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  • Geographic Location: London
  • Copper
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 11 Aug 1857     Copper. - The schooner S.J. Tiffany, Capt. Turner, arrived at this port on Saturday night, from Wellington Copper Mines, Lake Superior, with 589 tons of copper in barrels. It is in transit for London, England, and is valued at $30,203.60. This is presumed o be the larges load in tons ...
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 11 Aug 1857   Copper. - The schooner S.J. Tiffany, Capt. Turner, arrived at this port ...
  • Cape Breton (1832)
        105x21x10. Owned by General Mining Association, London England. Arrived Sydney Mines, N. S. 07/04/33, 44 days from Plymouth, England. Used Pictou-Charlottetown-Miramichi. Back to England 1842, lost at sea May 1857.
      105x21x10. Owned by General Mining Association, London England. Arrived Sydney Mines, N. ...
  • Royal City
        Official No.: 111956; Previous Registration: British (1904) 97x12x7 Owned by L. Fader, New Westminster. Built by Yarrows, London England. Engine 12½-21½x12 by builders, replaced by motor 1913. Tug.
      Official No.: 111956; Previous Registration: British (1904) 97x12x7 Owned by L. Fader, ...
  • Stella Maris (1882)
        Official No.: 117528; 125x24x12 Owned by Maritime-Newfoundland Wrecking & Salvage Co., St. John's 1905; to D. J. Burke, Fortune Bay Nfld. 1911; to C. E. Bennett & J. Mays, Fortune 1915. Built by Samuda Bros., London England 1882. Engine 28-48x18 by J. & G. Rennie, London. Crushed in ice 11/03/25 ...
      Official No.: 117528; 125x24x12 Owned by Maritime-Newfoundland Wrecking & Salvage Co., St. ...
  • Summerside (1883)
        Official No.: 87139; Previous Registration: British (1884) 155x22x11 Owned by Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co. Wrecked 22/08/85 Fogo, Nfld. ; Final Location: Fogo, Newfoundland, Wrecked
      Official No.: 87139; Previous Registration: British (1884) 155x22x11 Owned by Charlottetown Steam ...
  • Scud (1861)
        Official No.: 45011; Previous Registration: British (1872) 223x26x13 Owned by Small & Hatheway, Saint John N. B. Used Bay of Fundy, also to Magdalen Islands. Arrived in Saint John from United Kingdom 28/03/72. Wrecked in fog 08/08/82 near Lunenburg N. S. ; Final Location: Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada, Wrecked
      Official No.: 45011; Previous Registration: British (1872) 223x26x13 Owned by Small & ...
  • Albatross
        Official No.: 116929; 97x12x7 Owned by E. Quennell, Nanaimo B. C. 1905; W. H. Hind, Vancouver 1907. Built by Yarrows, London England (date unknown), to Canada 1905. Engine 12½-22½x12 by builder. Tug. Wrecked 08/08/09 False Creek (Vancouver) B. C. ; Final Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Wrecked
      Official No.: 116929; 97x12x7 Owned by E. Quennell, Nanaimo B. C. 1905; ...
  • Tepic (1883)
        Official No.: 87180; Previous Registration: British (1889) First Rebuild: Official Number: 87180 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 70 x 16 -- 81 tons Rebuilt: in 1921 70x16x8 Owned by E. E. Evans, Vancouver 1895, 1901; Evans, Coleman & Evans Ltd., Vancouver 1917, 1921; Dominion Tug & Barge Co. 1927. Built by R. ...
      Official No.: 87180; Previous Registration: British (1889) First Rebuild: Official Number: 87180 ...
  • Teazer (1864)
        Other Names: Bat; Miramichi (1872); Official No.: 66023; Previous Registration: British (1871) as Bat 229x25x19 Owned by R. Hutchison, Miramichi N. B. 1871; to Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship Co. 1872, 1895. Former blockade runner "Bat", captured and renamed 1864. Built by Jones & Quiggins, London England 1864. Engine (oscillating) ...
      Other Names: Bat; Miramichi (1872); Official No.: 66023; Previous Registration: British (1871) ...
  • Great Yachtman's Timber Droghing: Schooner Days CXCII (192)
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 15 Jun 1935     Great Yachtman's Timber Droghing Schooner Days CXCII (192) ___ Something of the EDWARD BLAKE, in Which Aemilius Jarvis Ploughed the Atlantic East and South and North 60 Years Ago <p ...
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 15 Jun 1935   Great Yachtman's Timber Droghing Schooner Days CXCII (192) ___ Something of the ...
  • Shipping London of the Gay Nineties: Schooner Days DXXXI (531)
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 28 Mar 1942     Shipping London of the Gay Nineties Schooner Days DXXXI (531) After the echoes of "Shenandoah" and "What shall we do with a drunken sailor?" had died away in the Green Room at the Ellen Bradley grill the Shellbacks Club settled down to this ...
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 28 Mar 1942   Shipping London of the Gay Nineties Schooner Days DXXXI (531) After the ...
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