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  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 14 Nov 1820, p. 1, column 2
        During the gale on Saturday night last, three vessels came ashore at this place - the American Eagle, the William, and the Washington, The American Eagle arrived here on Saturday morning, from Buffalo, with a very valuable cargo of merchandize, salt, &c.;, which was safely landed, except part of ...
      During the gale on Saturday night last, three vessels came ashore at ...
  • Pier Company
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 24 Apr 1821, p. 4, column 2     PIER COMPANY Notice is hereby given that the annual election for Directors of the Cleaveland Pier Company, will be holden at the Courthouse, in this village, in the first Monday of May next, at 3 o'clock, P.M. A general attendance is requested, Noble H. Merwin, ...
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 24 Apr 1821, p. 4, column 2   PIER COMPANY Notice is hereby given that the annual election for Directors ...
  • Launch
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 24 Apr 1821, p. 2, column 4     LAUNCH The schooner, built for Philo Taylor, Esq., called the Prudence, (which was to have been launched on the 17th inst., but postponed in consequence of the inclemency of the weather) was launched on Thursday last. She is a fine vessel, and glided into her destined element in handsome style ...
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 24 Apr 1821, p. 2, column 4   LAUNCH The schooner, built for Philo Taylor, Esq., called the Prudence, (which ...
  • Launch
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 17 Apr 1821, p. 3, column 1     A new schooner, built by Capt. D. Tylee, for Mr. John Burtis, of this village, was launched on Saturday last. She is called the Lake Serpent...
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 17 Apr 1821, p. 3, column 1   A new schooner, built by Capt. D. Tylee, for Mr. John Burtis, ...
  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 10 Jan 1821, p. 3, column 2
        We are authorized to give notice, that the new Schooner, built by Mr. James Short, for Philo Taylor, Esq., will be launched on Tuesday, the 17th inst., at 2 o'clock, P.M...
      We are authorized to give notice, that the new Schooner, built by ...
  • Sandusky Clarion, 22 Oct 1825, p. 3
        A heavy blow commenced on the evening of the 15th, which continued with great violence until the 18th. the wind was principally from the north and north west. We learn that it was very severe upon the shipping down the lake; but the particulars, and the extent of injury done, ...
      A heavy blow commenced on the evening of the 15th, which continued ...
  • Ohio Canal
    St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 23 May 1826     Ohio Canal.--This link in the great chain of internal improvements is in a state of forwardness towards completion, and it is expected the section terminating in lake Erie will be navigable the ensuing fall. Cleveland is situated at this junction, and is making rapid strides in its ...
    St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 23 May 1826   Ohio Canal.--This link in the great chain of internal improvements is in ...
  • Gale at Buffalo
    Evening Post (New York, NY), 2 Jul 1827, p. 1     From the Buffalo Journal, June 26. Gale at Buffalo.--This place was visited on Friday last by one of the severest gales ever known at this season of the year. The wind was from the south west, and drove the water with great violence into the creek, ...
    Evening Post (New York, NY), 2 Jul 1827, p. 1   From the Buffalo Journal, June 26. Gale at Buffalo.--This place was visited ...
  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 13 May 1835
        First Arrival From Ohio. - The Schooner Stephen Girard, belonging to Messrs. Cole & Wright of this village, arrived a this port from Cleveland, Ohio, via the Welland Canal, on the 5th inst., with a full cargo of wheat. She left Cleveland on the 29th and had a passage of ...
      First Arrival From Ohio. - The Schooner Stephen Girard, belonging to Messrs. ...
  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 27 Mar 1840, p. 2
        The good Steamer Chesapeake, Captain D. Howe, arrived yesterday at half past 11 o'clock, A. M., from Cleveland. She has been thoroughly overhauled during the winter, painted and decorated in Capt. Howe's latest style. No one on our lakes knows better how to make a "ten strike" in the public ...
      The good Steamer Chesapeake, Captain D. Howe, arrived yesterday at half past ...
  • Steamboat Combination
    Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 6 Aug 1846, p. 2     Steamboat Combination There is nothing so much to be abhorred in a country like this as moneyed combinations for purposes of monopoly. The Steamboat Combination upon these Lakes is one of this kind. It has been in operation most of the time for seven years, and has become a burthen ...
    Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 6 Aug 1846, p. 2   Steamboat Combination There is nothing so much to be abhorred in a ...
  • Rail Roads and Steam Boat
    Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 19 Jul 1847, p. 2     Rail Roads and Steam Boats.--It is in contemplation by the Sandusky Railroad Company, to build a fast boat to run on their line between Sandusky and Buffalo, exclusively for passengers, and to run through by day-light. The Boston Company, ...
    Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 19 Jul 1847, p. 2   Rail Roads and Steam Boats.--It is in contemplation by the Sandusky Railroad ...
  • Phoenix (Propeller), broke machinery, 1 May 1847
        Reason: broke machinery Lives: nil Remarks: slight ...
      Reason: broke machinery Lives: nil Remarks: slight ...
  • Lewis Cass (Schooner), collision, 1 Jun 1847
        Reason: collision Lives: nil Remarks: damage slight ...
      Reason: collision Lives: nil Remarks: damage slight ...
  • Daily Commercial Register (Sandusky, OH), 26 Jul 1854
        The steamer Mississippi on her up trip, yesterday met with a little mishap when off Cleveland, breaking the "follower" of the engine, which compelled her going into Cleveland for repairs. Nothing further resulted from the break than a detention of the very large [ al] of ...
      The steamer Mississippi on her up trip, yesterday met with a little ...
  • Sonora (Bark), U22364, collision, 29 Nov 1856
        Reason: collision Lives: nil Hull damage: $400 Remarks: Repaired ...
      Reason: collision Lives: nil Hull damage: $400 Remarks: Repaired ...
  • Frolic (Scow), sunk by leaking, 1 Aug 1861
        Reason: sunk by leaking Lives: nil Hull damage: $400 Cargo: $50 Freight: staves ...
      Reason: sunk by leaking Lives: nil Hull damage: $400 Cargo: $50 Freight: ...
  • Arrival of Iron City from Lake Superior -- Accident
    Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 18 Oct 1861, p. 3     Arrival of the Iron City from Lake Superior.--Accident The steamer Iron City arrived from Lake Superior, last evening, at 6 o'clock, being detained beyond her regular time by an accident, which happened to her on the way up, at Portage Entry -- had an inboard shaft and cross head ...
    Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 18 Oct 1861, p. 3   Arrival of the Iron City from Lake Superior.--Accident The steamer Iron City ...
  • Detroit Line
    Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 6 Sep 1862, p. 3, column 1     DETROIT LINE.--The new steamer Morning Star is now running regularly on the Cleveland and Detroit Line. She is commanded by that experienced sailor and perfect gentleman, Capt. Viger, lately of the May Queen, than whom there is no greater favorite among Lake captains. The Morning Star ...
    Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 6 Sep 1862, p. 3, column 1   DETROIT LINE.--The new steamer Morning Star is now running regularly on the ...
  • For La Point, Bayfield and Superior City
    Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 6 May 1862, p. 3     For La Point, Bayfield and Superior City.--We are informed by Mr. H. Garretson, the Agent of Ward's Line of Lake Superior steamers, that it is the intention to run the steamer "Water Witch" to La Point, Bayfield and the city of Superior. This will be, so far as we are ...
    Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 6 May 1862, p. 3   For La Point, Bayfield and Superior City.--We are informed by Mr. H. ...
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