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  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), August 3, 1837
        The Launch - The new steamboat was launched yesterday afternoon in fine style. We have heretofore given her dimensions. She is a noble boat and is every way worthy of the place where she was built, and whose name she ought to bear. At the time she was on the ...
      The Launch - The new steamboat was launched yesterday afternoon in fine ...
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), Friday, November 16, 1838
        The Capture. -- From information which we gleaned yesterday, we are of the opinion that a bona fide attempt was made to capture the British schooner CAROLINE at our port, on Monday night. We have seen the statement of the Captain and others, and, if what they say is true, ...
      The Capture. -- From information which we gleaned yesterday, we are of ...
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), May 9, 1839
        Schooner Lost -We learn that on Saturday last the schooner Atlas, from Sackett's Harbor, was capsized off the piers at Oswego, by which the crew, five in number, together with two ladies, passengers, were drowned. The schooner was laden with stone, and this was the first season of its ...
      Schooner Lost -We learn that on Saturday last the schooner Atlas, from ...
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 1846
        NAVIGATION OF THE LAKES. "I HAVE noticed several communications in your paper recently...
      NAVIGATION OF THE LAKES. "I HAVE noticed several communications in your paper ...
  • Stranded
    Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 11 Oct 1847, p. 2, column 3     STRANDED.--The Schooner Outward Bound, with a cargo of 11,000 bushels of wheat, in getting out of our harbor on Thursday last, touched her heel, paid off, and went on shore to the southward of the south pier. A small portion of her cargo was at once taken output the most ...
    Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 11 Oct 1847, p. 2, column 3   STRANDED.--The Schooner Outward Bound, with a cargo of 11,000 bushels of wheat, ...
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 27 Sep 1848, p. 2
        We noticed, a few days since, that Mr. JOHN CARRICK, of Erie was missing, and supposed to have been murdered in this city. the Erie Commercial Advertiser, of yesterday, says that he was seen and conversed with in New York by C. B. WRIGHT, of that place, after his ...
      We noticed, a few days since, that Mr. JOHN CARRICK, of Erie ...
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), Saturday, October 6, 1849, page 2
        The Cleveland Herald, 3rd. inst.,says, as the propeller HERCULES was coming up last night, when off Fairport, she nearly came in collision with a three masted schooner, supposed to be the Canadian schooner GILMOUR. The captain hailed the HERCULES, said he was in a sinking condition, and wished ...
      The Cleveland Herald, 3rd. inst.,says, as the propeller HERCULES was coming up ...
  • A Man Missing
    Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 20 Sep 1849, p. 2     We find the following in the Erie Com. Adv. of Wednesday. There was a rumor current yesterday that the body of Mr. CARRICK had been found in the Ship Canal, but on inquiry, we ascertained that it was unfounded. We trust that vigilant efforts will be made to ascertain the ...
    Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 20 Sep 1849, p. 2   We find the following in the Erie Com. Adv. of Wednesday. There ...
  • Superior Boilers for Sale
    Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 9 Jan 1851, p. 3, column 8     SUPERIOR BOILERS FOR SALE.--The Boilers formerly used in the Propeller Ontario are offered for sale upon reasonable terms. The same are made of the best American iron, with Philadelphia flues, and having been used but little are as good as new. J. W. BISSELL, ...
    Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 9 Jan 1851, p. 3, column 8   SUPERIOR BOILERS FOR SALE.--The Boilers formerly used in the Propeller Ontario are ...
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), November 28, 1860, page 3
        Oswego, Nov. 27 - The bark CLEVELAND, and a bark supposed to be the CLAYTON, are ashore at the head of Long Island. The schr. NONPAREIL is at Sacket Harbor with her rails gone. The bark FONTANELLE is ashore at the crossing place, Fox Island. The schr. WILD ROVER is ...
      Oswego, Nov. 27 - The bark CLEVELAND, and a bark supposed to ...
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), November 28, 1860, page 3
        The schr. CAPE HORN with a cargo of 12,000 bushels of wheat from Milwaukee for Oswego, is ashore on Lake Ontario. ...
      The schr. CAPE HORN with a cargo of 12,000 bushels of wheat ...
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), November 28, 1860, page 3
        The schr. MARY is ashore on Timber Island, Lake Ontario. ...
      The schr. MARY is ashore on Timber Island, Lake Ontario. ...
  • Marine Intelligence
    Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 23 Nov 1861, p. 3     Detroit, Nov. 22, 1861 GENTS:--In my yesterday's report it was stated that the Keystone State had passed here. This was given me by the propeller City of Madison, who stated they met her in the night, but since give it as their opinion they were mistaken. I have no ...
    Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 23 Nov 1861, p. 3   Detroit, Nov. 22, 1861 GENTS:--In my yesterday's report it was stated that ...
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), April 19, 1864, page 3
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), April 16, 1864, page 3
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), April 15, 1864, page 3
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), April 13, 1864, page 3
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), April 11, 1864
        FIRST CLEARANCE FOR LAKE MICHIGAN. -- The schr. STAR OF HOPE, Capt. McGaw, cleared this morning for Chicago, with coal. This is the first clearance for Lake Michigan this season. --- Oswego Times, 8th. FOR LAKE ERIE. -- The schr. LEWIS WELLS, Capt. Harlow, took her ...
      FIRST CLEARANCE FOR LAKE MICHIGAN. -- The schr. STAR OF HOPE, Capt. ...
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), April 8, 1864
        NEW WEIGH LOCK. Workmen are now engaged in building the coffer dam at the site selected for the new weigh lock. The work of constructing the lock will be vigorously carried on to its completion. --- Oswego Commercial ...
      NEW WEIGH LOCK. Workmen are now engaged in building the coffer dam ...
  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), April 1, 1864
        TO MARINERS. -- The lighthouse on the wharf at Port Hope will hereafter show a white light, as we learn from a harbor masters notice from that harbor. Our sailors, some of whom are now getting ready to leave this port, will be on the look-out, and remember the white ...
      TO MARINERS. -- The lighthouse on the wharf at Port Hope will ...
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