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  • Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 27 Sep 1848, p. 2
        We noticed, a few days since, that Mr. JOHN CARRICK, of Erie was missing, and supposed to have been murdered in this city. the Erie Commercial Advertiser, of yesterday, says that he was seen and conversed with in New York by C. B. WRIGHT, of that place, after his ...
      We noticed, a few days since, that Mr. JOHN CARRICK, of Erie ...
  • Lake Propeller for Chagres
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 11 Dec 1850, p. 1, column 3     Lake Propeller for Chagres The Propeller Ontario which left the lakes in May having made one trip to Charleston S. C., returned to New York for new boilers and outfit and cleared on the 2d inst. for Chagres.-- The time is coming when lake built vessels will be numerous on ...
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 11 Dec 1850, p. 1, column 3   Lake Propeller for Chagres The Propeller Ontario which left the lakes in ...
  • Quick Trip
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 3 Jul 1850, p. 1, column 7     Quick Trip The Propeller Ontario made the passage from Montreal to Quebec [sic: probably meant New York] in twelve days.--She took on board at Erie, some 300 tons of coal, and had 100 tons remaining on her arrival at New york. We understand her owner intends to take the Propeller ...
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 3 Jul 1850, p. 1, column 7   Quick Trip The Propeller Ontario made the passage from Montreal to Quebec ...
  • Extraordinary Voyage
    Alexandria Gazette (Alexandria, VA), 24 Jun 1850, p. 3     Extraordinary Voyage. The propeller Ontario, Averel, arrived at this port on Sunday, from Rochester, via the St. Lawrence, being the first arrival of a merchant vessel from a port on Lake Ontario. She was built at Rochester, on the Genesee River in 1846, was strengthened for sea ...
    Alexandria Gazette (Alexandria, VA), 24 Jun 1850, p. 3   Extraordinary Voyage. The propeller Ontario, Averel, arrived at this port on Sunday, ...
  • Disasters, &c.
    Boston Shipping List, 30 Aug 1851, p. 1, column 6     Disasters, &c.; ... Propeller Ontario, from New York for Boston, broke some of her machinery while going down East River 28th inst., and will probably have to discharge to repair...
    Boston Shipping List, 30 Aug 1851, p. 1, column 6   Disasters, &c.; ... Propeller Ontario, from New York for Boston, broke some ...
  • The Steamer Ontario
    Evening Post (New York, NY), 2 Aug 1851, p. 2     THE STEAMER ONTARIO.--Messrs. Mailler and Lord's propeller Ontario, under the command of Captain Kittridge, makes three trips a month to Boston, carrying both passengers and freight. She leaves again for Boston on Tuesday next, from pier 3 North River...
    Evening Post (New York, NY), 2 Aug 1851, p. 2   THE STEAMER ONTARIO.--Messrs. Mailler and Lord's propeller Ontario, under the command of ...
  • Gales, Disasters, &c.
    Shipping and Commercial List and New-York Price Current (New York, NY), 5 Apr 1851, p. 3     Later reported as the Portuguese schooner Robeiro from Lisbon...
    Shipping and Commercial List and New-York Price Current (New York, NY), 5 Apr 1851, p. 3   Later reported as the Portuguese schooner Robeiro from Lisbon...
  • Steam Line between Boston and New York
    Boston Herald, 2 Jul 1851, p. 4     Steam Line between Boston and New York. Steam propeller Ontario, Kittredge, of about 350 tons burthen, arrived at this port on Monday from New York, the pioneer of a line for the conveyance of freight, to consist of three vessels. Sprague & Soule, of this city are the agents ...
    Boston Herald, 2 Jul 1851, p. 4   Steam Line between Boston and New York. Steam propeller Ontario, Kittredge, of ...
  • Steam Between New York and Wilmington, N.C.
    Sun (Baltimore, MD), 18 Aug 1852, p. 1     Steam Between New York and Wilmington, N.C..--The Wilmington papers are agitating the project of a line of steam packets between that port and New York. The inducements held out for the encouragement of the line, are the despatch and the certainty of the time of receiving goods ...
    Sun (Baltimore, MD), 18 Aug 1852, p. 1   Steam Between New York and Wilmington, N.C..--The Wilmington papers are agitating the ...
  • Disasters, &c.
    Evening Post (New York, NY), 28 Jan 1852     The propeller Ontario, hence for Boston via Sandy Hook returned yesterday afternoon to the city for repairs, having, when off Fire Island, slightly disabled the starboard engine. She will probably sail again to-day...
    Evening Post (New York, NY), 28 Jan 1852   The propeller Ontario, hence for Boston via Sandy Hook returned yesterday afternoon ...
  • Daily Atlas (Boston, MA), 24 Jan 1852, p. 2
        The propeller Ontario was to leave New York yesterday for Boston, if the ice did not prevent. Two new, commodious and substantial propellers of 600 or 700 tons each, to be named the City of New York and City of Boston, are now nearly ready to run on this line. ...
      The propeller Ontario was to leave New York yesterday for Boston, if ...
  • New York Items
    Boston Herald, 23 Jan 1852, p. 1, column 5     The propeller Ontario, is to leave to-day for Boston, if ice does not prevent. The "City of New York," another of the line, it is thought will be completed and ready on Monday...
    Boston Herald, 23 Jan 1852, p. 1, column 5   The propeller Ontario, is to leave to-day for Boston, if ice does ...
  • Plague Astern Hardships Ahead: Schooner Days MCXXII (1122) Happier Bride’s Diary - 19
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 12 Sep 1853     Plague Astern Hardships Ahead Schooner Days MCXXII (1122) Happier Bride's Diary - 19 By C.H.J. Snider PESTILENCE was raging in New York when Anne Smith MacDonell of Toronto was visiting her Long Island parents. The plague was not McCarthyism, for ...
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 12 Sep 1853   Plague Astern Hardships Ahead Schooner Days MCXXII (1122) Happier Bride's Diary - ...
  • Morning Courier and New-York Enquirer (New York, NY), 26 Jan 1853
        Morning Courier, 5 April 1853 p. 2 c. 5 "John M. Lapeyre v. The Propeller Ontario.--This case arose out of a collision at the mouth of the Mississippi. The Court granted a decree for libelist, with an order of reference to ascertain the damages."...
      Morning Courier, 5 April 1853 p. 2 c. 5 "John M. Lapeyre ...
  • Ocean Steamers en route for Chicago
    Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 20 Jun 1867, p. 7     OCEAN STEAMERS EN ROUTE FOR CHICAGO.--The Cleveland Herald of Monday evening says: "The steam tug Admiral D. D. Porter, Captain Higgins, form New York, came into port Saturday night, and after remaining a few hours for coal, passed on to Chicago. "Sunday ...
    Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 20 Jun 1867, p. 7   OCEAN STEAMERS EN ROUTE FOR CHICAGO.--The Cleveland Herald of Monday evening says: ...
  • The Perils of the Great Lakes
    New York Sun, 9 Jan 1880     The Perils of the Great Lakes. To The Editor of The Sun. - Sir: As an old lake sailor I can endorse your recent article upon "Disasters on the Great Lakes:" but the assertion that waves do not "strike ship or shore with the tremendous force of the ocean," while ...
    New York Sun, 9 Jan 1880   The Perils of the Great Lakes. To The Editor of The Sun. ...
  • Britisher on Lakes
    Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 15 Aug 1910     With the Union Jack flying at her peak, the steamer Norhilda, of Bristol, England, ran into the harbor at Erie, Pa., for the first time last week. Erie was the western terminus of the long cruise of the new vessel when she left the stocks in the ship yards on ...
    Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 15 Aug 1910   With the Union Jack flying at her peak, the steamer Norhilda, of ...
  • Winter Life of Canal Boatmen
    Evening Recorder (Amsterdam, NY), 27 Dec 1911     Winter Life of Canal Boatmen Hundreds of Navigators of the Line Live in New York During the Closed Season - Curious Facts About the Industry. A few days after the canals tributary to this port are closed for the season hundreds of owners of canal boars ...
    Evening Recorder (Amsterdam, NY), 27 Dec 1911   Winter Life of Canal Boatmen Hundreds of Navigators of the Line Live ...
  • $2,100 to Capture the America's Cup: Schooner Days CCCIV (304)
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 7 Aug 1937     $2,100 to Capture the America's Cup Schooner Days CCCIV (304) Incredible Story of Capt. Cuthbert's Second and Last Try to Win Blue Ribbon of Yacht World for Canada <p ...
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 7 Aug 1937   $2,100 to Capture the America's Cup Schooner Days CCCIV (304) Incredible Story ...
  • Kingston to Kingston (almost): Schooner Days CCCCXLIX (449)
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 31 Aug 1940     Kingston to Kingston (almost) Schooner Days CCCCXLIX (449) (Interrupting the career of Capt. John Williams, Master Mariner, to tell the triumph of a Toronto tug captain going strong in his ...
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 31 Aug 1940   Kingston to Kingston (almost) Schooner Days CCCCXLIX (449) (Interrupting the career of ...
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