Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Niles Republican (Niles, MI), 20 December 1856 (Saturday)
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A vessel which came from the City of New York named Thomas Bradley, is still on the beach about seven miles north of St. Joseph. She went ashore on the 4th of November. She was loaded in New York with machinery and merchandise. The machinery consisted of two engines, four boilers five by 29 feet - and machinery complete for a grist mill and a saw mill at South Haven. She is a staunch vessel and is not broken, and will be got off. The [sic] has still in her about 30 tons.

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20 December 1856 (Saturday)
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Robert Myers
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Niles Republican (Niles, MI), 20 December 1856 (Saturday)