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  • The New Steamer Niagara
    St. Lawrence Republican, 15 Jul 1845, p. 2     The New Steamer Niagara This magnificent specimen of naval architecture has taken her place in the line between this place and Lewiston. She came down on Friday night last, and was welcomed with the cheers of the multitude who had assembled on the wharf to witness her first ...
    St. Lawrence Republican, 15 Jul 1845, p. 2   The New Steamer Niagara This magnificent specimen of naval architecture has taken ...
  • Ogdensburgh Marine Railway
    St. Lawrence Republican, 21 Dec 1853     Ogdensburgh Marine Railway ___ In the course of the past Summer a new Marine Railway, furnished with a steam engine, &c.;, for drawing out vessels, has been erected about a mile and a half above Ogdensburgh, on the American side of the river. We notice four steamboat have ...
    St. Lawrence Republican, 21 Dec 1853   Ogdensburgh Marine Railway ___ In the course of the past Summer a ...
  • St. Lawrence Republican, 8 Feb 1853
        NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE undersigned will apply, to the Honorable the Commissioners of the Land Office, for a grant of the following described land, pursuant to statute, that is to say: A lot of land covered by the waters of the River St. Lawrence, situated in the town ...
      NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE undersigned will apply, to the Honorable ...
  • Marine Railway Stock For Sale
    St. Lawrence Republican, 29 Aug 1854     Marine Railway Stock For Sale. 44 SHARES OF STOCK IN THE OGDENSBURGH MARINE RAILWAY for sale. Inquire of JEREMIAH BALDWIN. Ogdensburgh, May 30, 1854...
    St. Lawrence Republican, 29 Aug 1854   Marine Railway Stock For Sale. 44 SHARES OF STOCK IN THE OGDENSBURGH ...
  • The Marine Railway
    St. Lawrence Republican, 6 Jun 1854     This would not have been the Michigan Central Railroad's MAYFLOWER would was too big to come down the Welland Canal. It would have been the Canadian MAYFLOWER, ex-COMET...
    St. Lawrence Republican, 6 Jun 1854   This would not have been the Michigan Central Railroad's MAYFLOWER would was ...
  • The Marine Railway and Ship Yard
    St. Lawrence Republican, 4 Dec 1855     The Marine Railway and Ship Yard ___ Having but few opportunities to stroll about town ourselves, and supposing a large majority of our citizens are similarly situated, it is not improbable that much is going on in many localities in our immediate vicinity, unknown to the ...
    St. Lawrence Republican, 4 Dec 1855   The Marine Railway and Ship Yard ___ Having but few opportunities to ...
  • Notice
    St. Lawrence Republican, 6 May 1856     NOTICE. CASH PAID FOR OAK, ELM, PINE, TAMARACK, and CEDAR TIMBER, also , for Oak and Tamarack Crooks, Masts, Spars, &.c., &c.;, delivered at the Ogdensburgh Marine Railway Company's Ship-Yard. For information as to quality and size, call on the Superintendent at the Ship-Yard, or ...
    St. Lawrence Republican, 6 May 1856   NOTICE. CASH PAID FOR OAK, ELM, PINE, TAMARACK, and CEDAR TIMBER, also ...
  • Accident to the Northerner
    St. Lawrence Republican, 4 Sep 1860, p. 2     ACCIDENT TO THE NORTHERNER.--The steamer Northerner, on her last downward trip broke her shaft and will be delayed for two or three weeks repairing. We understand the Passport will take her place on the line...
    St. Lawrence Republican, 4 Sep 1860, p. 2   ACCIDENT TO THE NORTHERNER.--The steamer Northerner, on her last downward trip broke ...
  • Ogdensburgh Marine Railway
    St. Lawrence Republican, 2 Sep 1862     OGDENSBURGH MARINE RAILWAY HAVING PURCHASED THE PROPERTY KNOWN by the above name, I would respectfully inform those interested in vessels, that I am prepared to do the various kinds of Ship-wright work new and old, on reasonable and reasonable and satisfactory ...
    St. Lawrence Republican, 2 Sep 1862   OGDENSBURGH MARINE RAILWAY HAVING PURCHASED THE PROPERTY KNOWN by the above name, ...
  • Launch at Brockville
    St. Lawrence Republican, 25 Nov 1862     Launch at Brockville - A steamer named Bristol was launched from the yard of Messrs. Chaffrey Bros., Brockville, on Saturday last. She is the largest class built to pass through the locks. The launch was successful, and was witnessed by a very large number of spectators...
    St. Lawrence Republican, 25 Nov 1862   Launch at Brockville - A steamer named Bristol was launched from the ...
  • St. Lawrence Republican, 5 May 1863
        The old steamer British Queen, which formerly ran on the line from this place to Montreal has been sold to the same parties who have purchased the Widgeon. She was towed here from Alexandria Bay, on Tuesday, by the latter vessel, and rebuilt. She will then be taken down the ...
      The old steamer British Queen, which formerly ran on the line from ...
  • St. Lawrence Republican, 2 Jun 1880
        The Watertown Despatch is printing some steamboat reminiscences of fifty years ago. It says: "About 1828 the steamer Brownville was built at Brownville village and having with difficulty passed the locks was burned to the water's edge on her first trip to Ogdensburg. The hull was ...
      The Watertown Despatch is printing some steamboat reminiscences of fifty years ago. ...
  • Launch of the Steel Ship Algonquin
    St. Lawrence Republican, 4 Jul 1888     Launch of the Steel Ship Algonquin The Big Steamer Rides Gradually Down The Railway, and Kisses the Green Waters of the St. Lawrence. A Big Crowd Present to See the Sight. The big steel ship, Algonquin, built on the ...
    St. Lawrence Republican, 4 Jul 1888   Launch of the Steel Ship Algonquin The Big Steamer Rides Gradually Down ...
  • Launch of the Steel Ship Algonquin
    St. Lawrence Republican, 4 Jul 1988     Launch of the Steel Ship Algonquin The Big Steamer Rides Gradually Down The railway, and Kisses the Green Waters of the St. Lawrence. A Big Crowd Present to See the Sight. The big steel ship, Algonquin, built on the Clyde, ...
    St. Lawrence Republican, 4 Jul 1988   Launch of the Steel Ship Algonquin The Big Steamer Rides Gradually Down ...
  • Marine Disasters
    St. Lawrence Republican, 30 Dec 1893     MARINE DISASTERS. Wrecks That Have Occurred off Cape Vincent. The Port Asking for a Government Breakwater (From the Cape, Vincent Eagle) The following is the list of the wrecks and other casualties suffered by ...
    St. Lawrence Republican, 30 Dec 1893   MARINE DISASTERS. Wrecks That Have Occurred off Cape Vincent. The Port Asking ...
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