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  • Port of Ogdensburg, Aug 6
    Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY), 21 Aug 1816     Port of Ogdensburg, Aug. 6 Arrived, schrs. Oswegatchie, Holmes, from Sodus, with flour, corn, pork, ashes and butter; Traveller, from Oswego, with flour and ashes; Fair American, from do. with flour; sloop Geneva, from sodus, with flour, corn and ...
    Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY), 21 Aug 1816   Port of Ogdensburg, Aug. 6 Arrived, schrs. Oswegatchie, Holmes, from Sodus, with ...
  • Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY), 26 Sep 1820, p. 2
        BUFFALO, Sept. 19 The Steam-Boat Walk-in-the-Water, arrived at Black-Rock on Sunday evening last, having been detained two days at Malden, by bad weather. The following gentlemen belonging to the United States' army, came as passengers in her: Major General Scott, Cols. ...
      BUFFALO, Sept. 19 The Steam-Boat Walk-in-the-Water, arrived at Black-Rock on Sunday evening ...
  • Steamboat Martha Ogden
    Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY), 4 Sep 1829     Steamboat Martha Ogden.--I saw in your paper of yesterday, a statement from the Boston Traveller, that the steamboat Martha Ogden had been blown over the bar at Sammon [sic: Salmon] River, on Lake Ontario, on the 9th ult. This statement is ture; but it is incorrrect that she received ...
    Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY), 4 Sep 1829   Steamboat Martha Ogden.--I saw in your paper of yesterday, a statement from ...
  • Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY), 26 Nov 1833, p. 1
        Mr. George Smith, the fireman of the steam-boat Paul Pry, survived only three hours after the bursting of the boiler of that boat...
      Mr. George Smith, the fireman of the steam-boat Paul Pry, survived only ...
  • Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY), 17 Apr 1839, p. 2
        The elegant steam packet United States, and the little ferry boat Paul Pry, which were taken possession of last fall by the government, for an alleged violation of the neutrality law, have been released on giving bonds. The United States will commence her trips on Lake Ontario in a few ...
      The elegant steam packet United States, and the little ferry boat Paul ...
  • Launch of the Propeller Ontario
    Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY), 22 Sep 1846, p. 2     Launch of the Propeller Ontario.--On Saturday the propeller Ontario was launched at Rochester in presence of a large number of spectators. This vessel is the second of the kind built at that place, this season, by Mr. Steers, and both are owned by Alexander Kelsey & Co. the ...
    Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY), 22 Sep 1846, p. 2   Launch of the Propeller Ontario.--On Saturday the propeller Ontario was launched at ...
  • Business in the Harbor
    Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), 8 Apr 1864     Business in the Harbor. Our harbor, at this time, presents a striking contrast to the in-locked dreariness of a few weeks since. Then, "the sullen waters, dark and deep," fretted and surged against the icy fetters that held our various craft, and the wind sang a requiem through the ...
    Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), 8 Apr 1864   Business in the Harbor. Our harbor, at this time, presents a striking ...
  • Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), Thurs. , Sept. 29, 1870.
        From enrollment records: Vessel built in Philadelphia, Pa. , 1864. 65x18x6 37 tons (US#10546) ...
      From enrollment records: Vessel built in Philadelphia, Pa. , 1864. 65x18x6 37 ...
  • Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), Aug. 16, 1872
        Alderman Wheeler and the Jamaica A few days since, in connection with the publication of Alderman Wheeler's card to the underwriters, we took occasion to mention the fact that he had received highly complimentary notices from the representatives of the various insurence companies ...
      Alderman Wheeler and the Jamaica A few days since, in connection with ...
  • Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), Aug. 14, 1872
        Capt. Wheeler's Card. In another place was found the card of Capt. M. Wheeler, thanking the several insurance companies and their officers for the prompt manner in which the losses sustained by him in the accident to the Jamaica were adjusted. While Capt. Wheeler speaks no more than the ...
      Capt. Wheeler's Card. In another place was found the card of Capt. ...
  • Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), Aug. 5, 1872
        Viva La Jamaica- Capt. M. M. Wheeler arrived in this city Saturday morning from Detroit, where ha has been superintending the repairs of is schooner, the Jamaica. The recent accident to this vessel has not injured it in the least. She left Detroit on Friday laden with wheat the same ...
      Viva La Jamaica- Capt. M. M. Wheeler arrived in this city Saturday ...
  • Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), Mon., July 8, 1872
        The Jamaica. We have had an interview with Alderman Wheeler who has just returned from Lake Huron, where he has been to superintend the raising of the schooner, Jamaica, the account of the capsizing of which we published several weeks since. The attempt to raise the vessel ...
      The Jamaica. We have had an interview with Alderman Wheeler who has ...
  • Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), Sept. 6, 1872
        I believe that the Aug. 3d. Should read Sept. 3d...
      I believe that the Aug. 3d. Should read Sept. 3d...
  • Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), Monday Aug. 26, 1872
        New Schooner Built by an Oswego Man. The new schooner John R. Noyes, arrived here this morning on her maiden trip from the upper lakes. She was built recently at Algonac, Mich., by James Navagh of this city and is a staunch, trim craft. She is owned by Mitchell Bros, ...
      New Schooner Built by an Oswego Man. The new schooner John R. ...
  • Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), Aug. 17, 1872
        The new Schooner Nassau This new and splendid schooner was launched from the yard of Goble and Marfarlane, the enterprising ship builders, on Thursday afternoon, witnessed by a large concourse of admiring spectators. So many errors crept in to the minutes of our reporter, whose ...
      The new Schooner Nassau This new and splendid schooner was launched from ...
  • Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), Aug. 16, 1872
        New Schooner Launched Goble and MacFarlane's Ship yard - Launch of the Nashua - Other nautical matters Yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, the new schooner "Nashua" owned by J. T Mott, was launched at Goble and MacFarlane's shipyard. The building of ...
      New Schooner Launched Goble and MacFarlane's Ship yard - Launch of the ...
  • Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), Nov. 15, 1872 Friday
        Lake Accident- A Man Drowned. We learn for Capt. Samuel Edwards of the schooner Mary, of Whitby, of the drowning of a man named Hugh Grimple on Wednesday night last. A very heavy sea was running, and when some seven miles off Genesee light, at about 7:30 o'clock in the ...
      Lake Accident- A Man Drowned. We learn for Capt. Samuel Edwards of ...
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