Ship News


On Sunday last [Oct. 27], two large barges, rigged as sloops, sailed from this port for New Orleans - - one owned by Riddle, Bechtle and Headington, commanded by Bechtle - - the other owned by C. C. Wallace & Co.  Wallace commander. - - Both loaded principally with flour.

Same day - - the STEAM-BOAT, lately built at Pittsburgh, passed this town at 5 o’clock in the afternoon, in fine stile, going at the rate of about 10 to 12 miles an hour.

Made possible by the Rivers Institute and the
History Department of Hanover College.


How to cite this article:  "Ship News," Liberty Hall (Cincinnati, Ohio), 30 Oct. 1811, p. 3, available at