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The Daily Dispatch: November 10, 1860., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Explosion of the propeller Globe many killed and Wounded. Chicago,Nov. 8. -- The propeller Globe, with arrived from Buffalo this morning, exploded her boiler, at her dock, at ten o'clock afternoon, while getting up steam for the purpose of hoisting out freight. Several persons were killed and a number injured. The killed are Mary Ann Golden, Patrick James Hobbie, all of Chicago; Benj. , first engineer; Forsyth, second engineer, and four firemen. The injured are the Clerk, slightly. N. Luddington and Michael Cock, of Chicago; Peter Barnholt, of Erie; John Hayden, of Rochester; Julian Hatch and David Dana, of Chicago; and the first site-all badly. The boat is a complete wreck. The boat is owned by Wm. O Brown, of Buffalo; valued at $15,000, and insured for