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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., Old ships and ship-building days of Medford. (search)
s, he, like Columbus, discovered a continent (the Antarctic Continent) is told in a history of his life by John Randolph Spears. On her first voyage the Paul ones in 1843 sailed from Boston for Hong Kong, January 15th, crossed the equator twenty-six days out, was fifty-four days to the Cape of Good Hope, eighty-eight days to Java Head, and arrived at Hong Kong one hundred and eleven days from Boston. In 1848 this ship made the run from Java Head to New York in seventy-six days. Captain Arthur Clark, Clipper Ship Era. Later she was used in the ice carrying trade. Frederick Tudor, after twenty-eight years struggle and experimenting, had built up an ice exporting business. After numerous failures, he had by 1812 built up a small trade with the West Indies. The war wiped him out. After the peace of Ghent he obtained government permission to build ice houses at Kingston and Havana, with a monopoly of the traffic. It began to pay, and between 1817 and 1820 he extended the busine