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  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 5 May 1854
    NewspaperText       The tug boat J.E. Mulford, made her debut this morning in the towing business. She has a very powerful engine, and is capable of doing good execution while our river is so high. There are now three tugs in our harbor, and no vessel need lay outside a great while ...
    NewspaperText     The tug boat J.E. Mulford, made her debut this morning in the towing business. She has a very powerful engine, and is capable of doing good execution while our river ...
  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), Mon., Nov. 6, 1854
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    Barque Col. Camp. - This fine barque, which was launched from the yard of Asa Wilcox, Three Mile Bay, on Lake Ontario, about the first of August last, made her appearance in our harbor for the first time this morning from Chicago, being her second trip to the Upper Lakes.

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    Barque Col. Camp. - This fine barque, which was launched from the yard of Asa Wilcox, Three Mile Bay, on Lake Ontario, about the first of August last, made her ...

  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), May 6, 1854
    TextNewspaper       Anniversary of the Capture of Oswego

    On the 6th day of May, 1814, forty years ago to-day, Oswego was captured by a British naval and land force, after a gallant defense by a small force of soldiers and ...

    TextNewspaper     Anniversary of the Capture of Oswego

    On the 6th day of May, 1814, forty years ago to-day, Oswego was captured by a British naval and land force, ...

  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), Thurs., April 7, 1854
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    Loss of a Schooner and its Crew on Lake Ontario. - We alluded, a few days since, to the washing ashore of the body of a lad, near Pultneyville and stated the suppositions in regard to the identity of the deceased lad and the cause of his ...

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    Loss of a Schooner and its Crew on Lake Ontario. - We alluded, a few days since, to the washing ashore of the body of a lad, near

  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), May 31, 1854
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    The Sault St. Marie Canal. - The Cleveland Plaindealer gives the following description of the Canal, which is to connect ...

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    The Sault St. Marie Canal. - The Cleveland Plaindealer gives the following description of the Canal, which is to connect

  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), July 31, 1854
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    We learn from Capt. Childs, of the Northerner, that on Friday night last, the Propeller Boston, of Crawfords Ogdensburgh Line, was run into by a three masted schooner, about 15 miles off Oak Orchard, and instantly sunk. The Captain with his wife, and three other ladies, (all three were on ...

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    We learn from Capt. Childs, of the Northerner, that on Friday night last, the Propeller Boston, of Crawfords Ogdensburgh Line, was run into by a three masted schooner, about 15 ...

  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), May 17, 1854
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    From the Syracuse Journal

    Oswego, May 13, 1854.

    Oswego is emphatically the Queen city of the Lake. In a commercial point of view, she is considered one of the most important ports on the chain of lakes. In the receipts of wheat and lumber, and shipments of flour ...

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    From the Syracuse Journal

    Oswego, May 13, 1854.

    Oswego is emphatically the Queen city of the Lake. In a commercial point of view, she is considered one of the ...

  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), Monday, May 15, 1854
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    Loss Of The Schooner Ardelia, And All hands. - The entire loss of this vessel and all hands, is now beyond doubt, and none of her crew remain to tell the cause of the melancholy catastrophe. Her owner, Mr. Butler, received intelligence on Saturday, that the body of his son ...

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    Loss Of The Schooner Ardelia, And All hands. - The entire loss of this vessel and all hands, is now beyond doubt, and none of her crew remain to tell ...

  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), May 6, 1854
    TextNewspaper       Anniversary of the Capture of Oswego

    On the 6th day of May, 1814, forty years ago to-day, Oswego was captured by a British naval and land force, after a gallant defense by a small force of soldiers and marines. On the preceding day, May 5th, a British naval force consisting ...

    TextNewspaper     Anniversary of the Capture of Oswego

    On the 6th day of May, 1814, forty years ago to-day, Oswego was captured by a British naval and land force, after a gallant ...

  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), Thursday, April 27, 1854
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    Loss Of A Schooner, And Its Crew On Lake Ontario. -- We alluded a few days since, to the washing ashore of the body of a lad, near Pultneyville, and stated the suppositions in regard to the identity of the deceased lad and the cause of his death. -

    We ...

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    Loss Of A Schooner, And Its Crew On Lake Ontario. -- We alluded a few days since, to the washing ashore of the body of a lad, near Pultneyville, and ...

  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), Sat. , April 22, 1854
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    The Great West, which was launched on Thursday from the ship yard of James A. Baker, has a new kind of steering wheel which is, we believe, superior to anything yet introduced on vessels here, as it obviates the necessity of having two or three men at the helm in ...

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    The Great West, which was launched on Thursday from the ship yard of James A. Baker, has a new kind of steering wheel which is, we believe, superior to anything ...

  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 20 Sep 1854
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    The brig New York, Capt. Whittier, bound down with a cargo of timber, when off Long Point, was struck by a squall last night, which carried away her fore-top-mast, fore-yard and sail, sprung her main-mast, split her main-sail, and did some other damage. She was bound for French Creek, but ...

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    The brig New York, Capt. Whittier, bound down with a cargo of timber, when off Long Point, was struck by a squall last night, which carried away her fore-top-mast, fore-yard ...

  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 19 Sep 1854
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    The new schooner Joseph E. Shaw, built by J.P. May, at Milan, for Messrs. Latham & Tozer of this city, arrived here yesterday on her first trip, with a cargo of 14,365 bushels of corn from Sandusky. She is commanded by Capt. Stebbens, late of the schooner Western. With her ...

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    The new schooner Joseph E. Shaw, built by J.P. May, at Milan, for Messrs. Latham & Tozer of this city, arrived here yesterday on her first trip, with a cargo ...

  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 19 Sep 1854
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    The new schooner Young America built in this city by Mr. George R. Rogers for Mr. Henry Ames, came in yesterday from her first trip to Lake Erie, with 16,432 bushels of wheat, said to be the largest cargo of wheat ever brought through the Welland Canal. On her trip ...

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    The new schooner Young America built in this city by Mr. George R. Rogers for Mr. Henry Ames, came in yesterday from her first trip to Lake Erie, with 16,432 ...

  • A Card.
    TextNewspaper  Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 21 Jun 1855    

    A Card. - The undersigned, Officers of the Steamer "Huron," take this occasion to express their thanks to the numerous citizens of Oswego, for the courtesy and attention shown them and the many kind offices rendered in their behalf, during their recent stay in the city, occasioned by ...

    TextNewspaper  Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 21 Jun 1855  

    A Card. - The undersigned, Officers of the Steamer "Huron," take this occasion to express their thanks to the numerous citizens of Oswego, for the courtesy and attention shown them ...

  • New Vessel
    TextNewspaper  Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 14 Jun 1855     Brig "W. Lewis," launched 31 Aug. 1855....
    TextNewspaper  Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 14 Jun 1855   Brig "W. Lewis," launched 31 Aug. 1855....
  • Oswego and Belleville Line
    TextNewspaper  Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 29 May 1855    

    Oswego and Belleville Line. - Among the new channels of communication opened with Canada this spring, of no little importance to our city trade, is the running of a steamer between this and Belleville near the head of the Bay of Quinte, whose shores form one of the richest and ...

    TextNewspaper  Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 29 May 1855  

    Oswego and Belleville Line. - Among the new channels of communication opened with Canada this spring, of no little importance to our city trade, is the running of a steamer ...

  • Picked Up.
    TextNewspaper  Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 29 May 1855    

    Picked Up. - Capt. Barrow, of the schooner "Andover," of this city, reports on the 17th picked up a man from the wreck of the schooner "Visitor" loaded, with stone for Toledo, about three miles from the island West Sister, at the head of Lake Erie. The man was in ...

    TextNewspaper  Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 29 May 1855  

    Picked Up. - Capt. Barrow, of the schooner "Andover," of this city, reports on the 17th picked up a man from the wreck of the schooner "Visitor" loaded, with stone ...

  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 21 May 1855
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    The Canadian Steamer "Huron" cleared from here on Saturday evening with a cargo of nearly 4,000 barrels of flour for Montreal and Quebec. In going down the harbor in the dark she came in collision with the schooner rigged scow "New World" with a load of lumber, when the steamer ...

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    The Canadian Steamer "Huron" cleared from here on Saturday evening with a cargo of nearly 4,000 barrels of flour for Montreal and Quebec. In going down the harbor in the ...

  • Steamer Huron
    TextNewspaper  Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 16 May 1855    

    Steamer Huron, - This vessel, so unfortunate on Saturday night last in leaving our harbor, was raised last evening, and towed round to Mr. Baker's Dry Dock, on which she will be hauled, it is thought, this afternoon. Capt. Wm. Morgan, of the North Western Insurance Company, has ...

    TextNewspaper  Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 16 May 1855  

    Steamer Huron, - This vessel, so unfortunate on Saturday night last in leaving our harbor, was raised last evening, and towed round to Mr. Baker's Dry Dock, on which she ...

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