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  • Diary in America
    Text       Vol. 1 Chapter XII Set off for Oswego in a canal boat; it was called a packet-boat because it did not carry merchandise, but was a very small affair, about fifty feet long by eight wide. The captain of her was, however, in his own opinion, no small affair; he ...
    Text     Vol. 1 Chapter XII Set off for Oswego in a canal boat; it was called a packet-boat because it did not carry merchandise, but was a very small affair, about ...
  • Letter from OSWEGO
    TextNewspaper  Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 9 May 1832     FOR THE PALLADIUM

    Mr. Carpenter:

    I would beg leave to draw the attention of the people to the situation of the Oswego Canal, through the medium of your paper. I have just seen one of our townsmen, who informs me, that the tow-path is in some places very considerably ...

    TextNewspaper  Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 9 May 1832   FOR THE PALLADIUM

    Mr. Carpenter:

    I would beg leave to draw the attention of the people to the situation of the Oswego Canal, through the medium of your paper. ...

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