Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Northern New York Journal (Watertown, NY), 27 Oct 1852
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A propeller of Crawford & Co's line of Ogdensburgh propellers sunk on Friday evening in the St. Lawrence, below Cape Vincent. No lives lost. The Canadian steam Montmorenci, bound for Cape Vincent, encountering the same gale, was obliged to throw overboard 400 or 500 barrels of flour, but reached port in safety.

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27 Oct 1852
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Crawford & Company
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  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 44.1332512775942 Longitude: -76.336433227539
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Northern New York Journal (Watertown, NY), 27 Oct 1852