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  • Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), Wed., April 14, 1852
        Miller & Co's Ship-Yard (Miller & Co., Proprietors) This extensive establishment is situated in the Cove on the East side.It possesses excellent facilities for ship-building, &c.; It furnishes emplyment to about 70 hands on an average year round. A ...
      Miller & Co's Ship-Yard (Miller & Co., Proprietors) This extensive establishment is ...
  • Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), Sat., Oct. 23, 1852
        Quick Work. - The barque Indiana, launched last Monday from the ship-yard of G.S. Weeks, has been built in the short space of forty-five days, and is the largest and best constructed vessel ever ...
      Quick Work. - The barque Indiana, launched last Monday from the ship-yard ...
  • Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), Monday, Oct. 18, 1852
        Launch of the Indiana. - This vessel was not launched as announced, but this morning she "slipped her cable," and glided into her natural element as supple as a duck. The Indian was built by G. S. ...
      Launch of the Indiana. - This vessel was not launched as announced, ...
  • Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), Tues., Aug. 31, 1852
        Another Launch. - A beautiful new vessel was launched from the ship-yard of Alderman Weeks at 3 o'clock this P.M. A large gathering of our citizens, among which were scores of ladies, assembled on the West Pier to see the vessel ...
      Another Launch. - A beautiful new vessel was launched from the ship-yard ...
  • Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), Mon., April 13, 1852
        Launch. - The launch at the ship-yard of Miller & Co. on Saturday evening last was witnessed by a large number of citizens, and was a highly creditable affair to all concerned. The vessel glided into her future element with all the east and grace of a belle entering a ...
      Launch. - The launch at the ship-yard of Miller & Co. on ...
  • Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), 15 May 1852
        So close were the canal boats penned up in the basin inside the coffer dam yesterday, as almost to hide the water there entirely from view. Towards evening, a large number of persons were passing in every direction over the boats, giving to the scene an animated appearance. The number ...
      So close were the canal boats penned up in the basin inside ...
  • Ontario and St. Lawrence Steam Boat Company.
    Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), 2 Jun 1852     Ontario and St. Lawrence Steam Boat Company. This popular company ranks among the first in this or any other country, and their boats compare favorably with those of any of our inland seas, or rivers. Their summer arrangements are complete, rendering the greatest ...
    Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), 2 Jun 1852   Ontario and St. Lawrence Steam Boat Company. This popular company ranks among ...
  • What We Noticed Today in a Walk Through 
East First Street
    Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), 6 May 1852     What We Noticed Today in a Walk Through East First Street ___ In the course of a walk along East First street today, we nocked many things which, in the absence of more important matter, we deemed worthy of remark. In Miller's Ship-yard, there is just now great ...
    Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), 6 May 1852   What We Noticed Today in a Walk Through East First Street ___ ...
  • Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), Mon., May 9, 1853
        Gale on Lake Ontario. (We take the following dispatch from the Transcript bulletin.) By the House LineRochester, May 6. There was a tremendous gale last night from ...
      Gale on Lake Ontario. (We take the following dispatch from the Transcript ...
  • Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), Aug. 30, 1853
        Yesterday was a fine day, and seldom has our harbor presented a more lively and animated aspect. There being 200,000 bushels of grain afloat, all the elevating power in the harbor was put into requisition. That great establishment, Carrington's "Ontario Grain Warehouse," was elevating at three ...
      Yesterday was a fine day, and seldom has our harbor presented a ...
  • Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), May 3, 1853
        Burning of the Ocean Wave - More full Particulars By an extra from the Ogdensburgh Sentinel office we have particulars, somewhat more in detail than we published in our telegraph yesterday morning. The Ocean Wave took fire from her furnaces, on her downward trip from Hamilton, ...
      Burning of the Ocean Wave - More full Particulars By an extra ...
  • Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), Monday, May 1, 1853
        Sunday Report. By the Morse Line. DESTRUCTION OF THE OCEAN WAVE BY FIRE. Twenty-eight Lives Lost. Ogdensburgh, Sunday, May 1st. The Ocean Wave, a Canadian steamer, in the employ of the Ogdensburgh Northern ...
      Sunday Report. By the Morse Line. DESTRUCTION OF THE OCEAN WAVE BY ...
  • Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), Monday, April 25, 1853
        Ship Building in Kingston Ship building, to a considerable extent, is going on at Kingston. At the Kingston Railway yard, says the News, "there are three vessels on the stocks in various stages towards completion, one three-masted schooner of 360 tons burthen, one two-masted ...
      Ship Building in Kingston Ship building, to a considerable extent, is going ...
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