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  • More of the Gale
    New York Herald, 28 Nov 1845, p. 2, column 5     MORE OF THE GALE.--Our barometrical report of Tuesday noon predicted "a gale near at hand," and that night there was heavy weather on the Lake. The schooner Elizabeth Ward was capsized near the "Middle Sister," at the Western end of the Lake, but no lives lost, and half a dozen ...
    New York Herald, 28 Nov 1845, p. 2, column 5   MORE OF THE GALE.--Our barometrical report of Tuesday noon predicted "a gale ...
  • New York Herald, 24 May 1898
        Hugh McKay, a veteran engineer, who lived at No. 67 Russell street, Brooklyn, died last Saturday in Coney Island. Although seventy-two years old, Mr. McKay offered his services to the Secretary of the Navy at the commencement of the war with Spain. He feared his age might be a bar ...
      Hugh McKay, a veteran engineer, who lived at No. 67 Russell street, ...
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