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  • A Plain Statement of Facts.
    Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), 15 Jul 1812     (From the Manlius Times) A Plain Statement of Facts. The Subscribers, owners in part or whole of a number of merchant vessels lying at Ogdensburg on the river St Lawrence, immediately after receiving the news of a declaration of war with Great Britain, ...
    Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), 15 Jul 1812   (From the Manlius Times) A Plain Statement of Facts. The Subscribers, owners ...
  • Port of Ogdensburg, Aug 6
    Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY), 21 Aug 1816     Port of Ogdensburg, Aug. 6 Arrived, schrs. Oswegatchie, Holmes, from Sodus, with flour, corn, pork, ashes and butter; Traveller, from Oswego, with flour and ashes; Fair American, from do. with flour; sloop Geneva, from sodus, with flour, corn and ...
    Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY), 21 Aug 1816   Port of Ogdensburg, Aug. 6 Arrived, schrs. Oswegatchie, Holmes, from Sodus, with ...
  • Steam-Boat on Lake Ontario
    Albany Daily Advertiser, 15 Aug 1816, p. 2     The prediction in this article was very optimistic. She got out for the first time in April 1817, and started her regular service in May 1817...
    Albany Daily Advertiser, 15 Aug 1816, p. 2   The prediction in this article was very optimistic. She got out for ...
  • Port of Ogdensburgh
    St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 5 May 1818, p. 3, column 3     Port of Ogdensburgh ARRIVED Steam Boat Ontario, from Sacket's harbor, passengers, potash and flour. Schr. Genesee Packet, Mayo, from Genesee River, flour Schr. Julia, from Genesee River, flour. <p ...
    St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 5 May 1818, p. 3, column 3   Port of Ogdensburgh ARRIVED Steam Boat Ontario, from Sacket's harbor, passengers, potash ...
  • Port of Ogdensburgh
    St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 28 Apr 1818, p. 3     Port of Ogdensburgh ARRIVED Schooner Charles & Ann, from Genesee, with about 800 bbls. flour. Schr. Mary, from Genesee, flour Schr. Niagara, from Genesee, flour. Schr. Woolsey, from Sodus, flour. Schr. Sally Ann, from Genesee, ...
    St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 28 Apr 1818, p. 3   Port of Ogdensburgh ARRIVED Schooner Charles & Ann, from Genesee, with about ...
  • Mayo, Obed, Captain (Died)
    appeared in Rochester Telegraph, 25 Jul 1820, p. 3     DIED--At Ogdensburgh, very suddenly, on Friday last, Capt OBED MAYO...
    appeared in Rochester Telegraph, 25 Jul 1820, p. 3   DIED--At Ogdensburgh, very suddenly, on Friday last, Capt OBED MAYO...
  • Commerce of Ogdensburgh
    Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., May 24, 1820     Commerce of Ogdensburgh. The Ogdensburgh paper of May 2, mentions the arrival at that port of 18 schooners, 1 sloop and a steamboat, from different parts of Lake Ontario, and that their cargoes consisted of 6092 barrels flour, 958 barrels and 89 half barrels pork, 172 barrels beef ...
    Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., May 24, 1820   Commerce of Ogdensburgh. The Ogdensburgh paper of May 2, mentions the arrival ...
  • Wrecks on the Lakes
    Boston Patriot, 19 Dec 1825, p. 2     Wrecks on the Lakes.--The sch. Betsey, for Ogdensburgh with a cargo of 500 bbls. of pork, capsized off Sackets Harbor on the 2d inst. The cook was drowned; rest of crew taken off the wreck by boats. The sch. Good Intent of Buffalo, was lost on Lake Erie in a ...
    Boston Patriot, 19 Dec 1825, p. 2   Wrecks on the Lakes.--The sch. Betsey, for Ogdensburgh with a cargo of ...
  • Lake Ontario Steam Boats
    American Traveller (Boston, MA), 15 Apr 1828, p. 2     Lake Ontario Steam Boats..--At the last dates the boats had not commenced running, though the ice had left the river and several vessels from Sackett's Harbor had arrived at Ogdensburg. Last year the American steam boat Ontario, the Canadian boat Frontenac, and the Queenston, plied ...
    American Traveller (Boston, MA), 15 Apr 1828, p. 2   Lake Ontario Steam Boats..--At the last dates the boats had not commenced ...
  • Steamboat United States
    Northern Light (Ogdensburg, NY), 26 Jul 1832     Steamboat United States. - This elegant Steamer left our port Tuesday evening last, on a trip to the head of the Lake to make her arrangements for the remainder of the season. She is indeed a boat of beautiful and workmanship, not quite as large as the Great Britain, but ...
    Northern Light (Ogdensburg, NY), 26 Jul 1832   Steamboat United States. - This elegant Steamer left our port Tuesday evening ...
  • Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY), 26 Nov 1833, p. 1
        Mr. George Smith, the fireman of the steam-boat Paul Pry, survived only three hours after the bursting of the boiler of that boat...
      Mr. George Smith, the fireman of the steam-boat Paul Pry, survived only ...
  • Steamboat Explosion
    New York American, 21 Nov 1833, p. 2     Steamboat Explosion.-- The Ogdensburg Northern Light, states that the Steamboat Paul Pry, which has been undergoing repairs at that place, while in the act of trying her engine on Thursday last, burst her boiler, and scalded a fireman named George Smith, so badly that he is not ...
    New York American, 21 Nov 1833, p. 2   Steamboat Explosion.-- The Ogdensburg Northern Light, states that the Steamboat Paul Pry, ...
  • Steamboat Speed
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 3 Jun 1835     STEAMBOAT SPEED. - In the late contest between the Steamboats Oswego and United states, they ran the distance between Brockville and Ogdensburgh in 52 minutes. This is within a very small fraction of 14 miles an hour. Considering these boats are built with great strength, and of close ...
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 3 Jun 1835   STEAMBOAT SPEED. - In the late contest between the Steamboats Oswego and ...
  • Steamboats United States and Oswego
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 27 May 1835     STEAMBOATS UNITED STATES AND OSWEGO. - These splendid and fast sailing vessels, have been recently engaged in two trials of their speed, between Morristown and Ogdensburgh. On the first trial the United States is admitted to have gained the victory. On the second trial, the victory is ...
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 27 May 1835   STEAMBOATS UNITED STATES AND OSWEGO. - These splendid and fast sailing vessels, ...
  • Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY), 17 Apr 1839, p. 2
        The elegant steam packet United States, and the little ferry boat Paul Pry, which were taken possession of last fall by the government, for an alleged violation of the neutrality law, have been released on giving bonds. The United States will commence her trips on Lake Ontario in a few ...
      The elegant steam packet United States, and the little ferry boat Paul ...
  • Lady of the Lake (Steamboat), aground, 18 Oct 1844
        Reason: aground Lives: nil Remarks: Got off ...
      Reason: aground Lives: nil Remarks: Got off ...
  • 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 ...
  • Beautiful Sight
        Beautiful Sight- Between 10 and 11 o'clock yesterday morning, the splendid steamer"Cataract" for Lewiston and the Niagara for Ogdensburgh, steamed out of the harbor nearly at the same time. They are in perfect repair, and are surpassed in size or beauty by very few boats on Long Island ...
      Beautiful Sight- Between 10 and 11 o'clock yesterday morning, the splendid steamer"Cataract" ...
  • How To Get Down the St. Lawrence
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 16 Apr 1850     How To Get Down the St. Lawrence The free navigation of the St. Lawrence for American mercantile vessels, is all moonshine, if what follows is true. A Canadian correspondent of the Albany Argus, thus shows up the folly of expecting extensive trade through that source, by sea-going ...
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 16 Apr 1850   How To Get Down the St. Lawrence The free navigation of the ...
  • 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, ...
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