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  • Cleveland Morning Leader (Cleveland, OH), Thursday, August 3, 1854
        LOSS OF THE PROPELLER BOSTON. -- We learn from Mr. Armstrong, one of the crew of the propeller BOSTON, that in three minutes after the collision with the PLYMOUTH, she had sunk to her upper decks. Thirteen men got aboard of the yawl, eleven aboard of the life-boat -- of ...
      LOSS OF THE PROPELLER BOSTON. -- We learn from Mr. Armstrong, one ...
  • Cleveland Morning Leader (Cleveland, OH), Tuesday, August 1, 1854
        The propeller BOSTON was run into, Saturday night, by the brig PLYMOUTH, off "Devil's Nose," Lake Ontario, and sank in deep water. Fifteen of the crew are known to have been saved, but it is probable some were drowned. The BOSTON was running in Chamberlain, Crawford & Co.'s Line, and ...
      The propeller BOSTON was run into, Saturday night, by the brig PLYMOUTH, ...
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