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  • Commercial Press (Pultneyville, NY), October, 1862
        This was a little monthly newspaper published in Pultneyville in the 1860s. Two small sized bound volumes at Wayne County Historian's Office, Lyons, N. Y...
      This was a little monthly newspaper published in Pultneyville in the 1860s. ...
  • Commercial Press (Pultneyville, NY), September, 1867
        The Sea Serpent As the story has gone the rounds of the press, that a sea serpent has been seen in our lake by parties at different times, it would perhaps be well to state for the benefit of the public, the facts in the case as they have been ...
      The Sea Serpent As the story has gone the rounds of the ...
  • Commercial Press (Pultneyville, NY), November, 1869
        On Sunday morning, Oct. 10th, Mr. Charles Lepper, of Sodus, and mate of the Schooner Sylph, Capt. Charles Doville of Sodus, while off Port Stanley, Canada, was swept overboard by the foreboom. We append the letter of Capt. Doville, to the father of the unfortunate young man, announcing the sad ...
      On Sunday morning, Oct. 10th, Mr. Charles Lepper, of Sodus, and mate ...
  • Commercial Press (Pultneyville, NY), November, 1869
        Disaster - The schooner John Weden, of Detroit, collided with a vessel on the night of Oct. 27th, on Lake Ontario, and came ashore at Fairbanks' Point, about two miles below here, on the 28th. She had on board about 14,000 bushels of corn, consigned to Oswego. The insurance companies ...
      Disaster - The schooner John Weden, of Detroit, collided with a vessel ...
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