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  • The Ontario
    Oswego Daily Times, 8 Jul 1848     The Ontario. The new steamer Ontario took her place in the line in which she is to run on Thursday. To speak of this Boat as she deserves would be to employ terms which might, perhaps, appear somewhat extravagant. It is but moderate praise to say she ranks fully ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 8 Jul 1848   The Ontario. The new steamer Ontario took her place in the line ...
  • A New Steamer
    Oswego Daily Times, 6 Nov 1851     A New Steamer- A new Steamer, as many of our citizens are aware, is being built at Clayton, for the Ontario and St. Lawrence Steamboat Company. We are assured it will eclipse any other steamer now running on our lake, though we have none but what we may will feel ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 6 Nov 1851   A New Steamer- A new Steamer, as many of our citizens are ...
  • Sad disaster
    Oswego Daily Times, 22 Apr 1851     Sad Disaster! SERIOUS LOSS OF LIFE!! The new and splendid Canadian steamer Comet, Capt. A. O'Conner, came in yesterday morning from Hamilton, and after discharging 1,200 barrels of flour at the Custom House dock, she took a clearance for Kingston, and at about 3 ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 22 Apr 1851   Sad Disaster! SERIOUS LOSS OF LIFE!! The new and splendid Canadian steamer ...
  • Improvement in our Harbor
    Oswego Daily Times, 26 Jan 1852     Improvement in our Harbor: Near one-half of the river on the east side from the old bridge down to T. Wiman's mill is now inclosed by a coffer dam. Pumps propelled by water from the canal are put in, and nearly ready to be put in operation for pumping the ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 26 Jan 1852   Improvement in our Harbor: Near one-half of the river on the east ...
  • Oswego Daily Times, 21 Jun 1852
        Gleason's Pictorial of the 19th instant contains an engraved representation of the Coffer Dam, excavation and a general outline view of the Oswego Harbor. The picture having been made from a Daguerreotype view is not so perfect as it might be, but considering the material from which the Artist ...
      Gleason's Pictorial of the 19th instant contains an engraved representation of the ...
  • Oswego Daily Times, 19 Jun 1852
        Gleason's Pictorial is now for sale at Pool's book-store on the East side. It contains an engraving of the Coffer Dam, together with an excellent description of the same. Those desiring to purchase copies of this No. must do so quickly, as they are being disposed of very rapidly...
      Gleason's Pictorial is now for sale at Pool's book-store on the East ...
  • Oswego Common Council Proceedings of June 16, 1852
    Oswego Daily Times, 18 Jun 1852     Oswego Common Council Proceedings of June 16, 1852 (John Thurman, Mayor) Resolved, That the owners or occupants of the lots fronting on the Oswego river in the 2d ward, opposite the coffer dam lately constructed still remains in the bed of the river or portions thereof, be ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 18 Jun 1852   Oswego Common Council Proceedings of June 16, 1852 (John Thurman, Mayor) Resolved, ...
  • The Schooner Anawan
    Oswego Daily Times, 25 Jun 1852     p>The Schooner Anawan. - Body Found. - The Schooner Anawan which we mentioned in Wednesday's paper as having capsized, was towed into this port this mooring by the towboat Howard and the brig Champlain. The body of a boy named James Herrigan, aged about 14 years, who was employed as ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 25 Jun 1852   p>The Schooner Anawan. - Body Found. - The Schooner Anawan which we ...
  • Marine Disaster
    Oswego Daily Times, 23 Jun 1852     Marine Disaster. - Capt. Cochran, of the schooner Pearl, who arrived here yesterday, reports that he boarded a vessel capsized, floating on her beam ends, at about 7 o'clock yesterday morning, some eight miles from shore, off Pultneyville, which he found to be the schooner Anawan, with no one to ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 23 Jun 1852   Marine Disaster. - Capt. Cochran, of the schooner Pearl, who arrived here ...
  • The Quickest Yet
    Oswego Daily Times, 2 Jun 1852     The Quickest Yet. - The schooner Mountaineer, Capt. M. Johnson, arrived at this port on Friday night from Sandusky, having made the trip from that port in ten days and three hours. She left this port on the 11th of May, for Sandusky, at which port she lay two day ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 2 Jun 1852   The Quickest Yet. - The schooner Mountaineer, Capt. M. Johnson, arrived at ...
  • Marine News
    Oswego Daily Times, 31 Aug 1857     Marine News Schooner Iceberg supposed to be Lost with All on Board. - The schooner Iceberg, with a cargo of coal from Cleveland for Kingston, left the Welland Canal on the 12th, since which time nothing has been heard of her, and it is supposed she is lost with all ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 31 Aug 1857   Marine News Schooner Iceberg supposed to be Lost with All on Board. ...
  • What I saw
    Oswego Daily Times, 29 Jun 1863     What I Saw Mr. Editor: - Some one said through the Times, of the 29th, that there were 25 vessels in sight, off this harbor, at one time, on Saturday last. This was all that were probably in sight from an ordinary stand point. But having my attention attracted by ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 29 Jun 1863   What I Saw Mr. Editor: - Some one said through the Times, ...
  • Oswego Daily Times, 21 Nov 1876
        A schooner, which arrived at Kingston Saturday, took into port a boom with a sail attached picked up near the Ducks, supposed to have belong to the lost schooner Maggie Hunter...
      A schooner, which arrived at Kingston Saturday, took into port a boom ...
  • Oswego Daily Times, 12 Oct 1876
        Ed. Mattoon, who went down the lake this morning to examine the fragments of the wreck, reported to have been found by a farmer, returned before noon and reports the he saw what appeared to be the upper part of a vessel's cabin, broken in pieces, and strewn upon the ...
      Ed. Mattoon, who went down the lake this morning to examine the ...
  • Oswego Daily Times, 7 Jan 1878
        In the matter of fast sailing we notice that Oswego vessels are included in the last of fast ones, viz: The schooner John T. Mott took a cargo of train from Chicago to Kingston, discharged the train, went to Oswego, from there to Fair Haven, laded coal, and came back ...
      In the matter of fast sailing we notice that Oswego vessels are ...
  • Silas Davis
    Oswego Daily Times, 8 Jan 1891     Silas Davis A casual notice of the ready of this old and for many years a prominent citizen of Oswego, at his home in Chaumont, Jefferson county, on the 13th ult., appeared in our paper at the time, but it is not proper that one so well known and who ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 8 Jan 1891   Silas Davis A casual notice of the ready of this old and ...
  • Budds, John and Elry, Sophia (Anniversary: 50)
    appeared in Oswego Daily Times, 1 Dec 1893,     Capt. John Budds - An Interesting Anniversary Capt. John Budds, the principal keeper of the Oswego light house, was born in Kent, England, in 1819. He was married in Kent on the 25th day of December, 1843, to Miss Sophia Elry, fifty years ago. They came ...
    appeared in Oswego Daily Times, 1 Dec 1893,   Capt. John Budds - An Interesting Anniversary Capt. John Budds, the principal ...
  • Obituary
    Oswego Daily Times, 4 May 1895     Obituary Thomas Dobbie Thomas Dobbie, one of Oswego's oldest and most esteemed citizens, passed away at 11 minutes past eight o'clock this morning after an illness of about eight weeks. Mr. Dobbie was born in Glasgow, Scotland, March 21 1815, and ws therefore past ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 4 May 1895   Obituary Thomas Dobbie Thomas Dobbie, one of Oswego's oldest and most esteemed ...
  • Chinamen Arrested
    Oswego Daily Times, 8 Jul 1913     Chinamen Arrested ___ Sailors of the Norhilda Took a Trip Ashore at Ogdensburg ___ Five Chinamen, of the crew of the steamer Norhilda of the Donald Steamship Company, were arrested in Ogdensburg last night when they went adore. They were not under bonds and the ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 8 Jul 1913   Chinamen Arrested ___ Sailors of the Norhilda Took a Trip Ashore at ...
  • Another Cargo of Pulpwood Coming
    Oswego Daily Times, 20 Oct 1914     Another Cargo of Pulpwood Coming Norhilda Has Sailed from Anticosti - A Poor Season The steamer Norhilda has left Anticosti Island with a cargo of pulpwood that will be shipped to this port this season. The Thyra Menier is now unloading and by ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 20 Oct 1914   Another Cargo of Pulpwood Coming Norhilda Has Sailed from Anticosti - A ...
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