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The E.K. COLLINS, which arrived from the Sault last evening, brought down with her the old dismantled steamer LONDON from Newport. -- Fetroit Free Press, May 27.
Buffalo Daily Republic
Tuesday, May 30, 1854
LONDON, paddle-wheel steamer of 432 tons, built Chippewa, Canada, 1845. Home port, Detroit. Re-rigged as a bark 1856.
(Seized as Canadian steamer and condemmed by Treasury Dept.; documented, 3/21/50; Rig changed to bark, 10/2/56)
Merchant Steam Vessels of the U. S. A.
1790 - 1868, The Lytle Holdcamper List
Became OLIVER LEE.
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