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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 28., Old ships and Ship-building days of Medford. (search)
as follows:— ShipDaysPort of DepartureDate of Arrival Shooting Star105BostonAug. 17, 1852 Courser108BostonApril 28, 1852 Phantom105BostonApril 21, 1853 Golden Eagle105BostonAug. 25, 1854 Don Quixote106BostonMarch 29, 1855 Ringleader107BostonFeb. 12, 1856 Ringleader110BostonFeb. 8, 1854 White Swallow110New YorkAug. 7, 1ere thirty-six ships which made the run in 20 days or less. The best record was 16 days. Courser, Don Quixote and Ocean Telegraph made the passage in 19 days, Golden Eagle, Syren, Shooting Star and Telegraph in 20 days. The last section was from the Equator to San Francisco. Forty-eight ships in all made the run in 20 days or less. The best record was 14 days. Phantom made the passage in I 5 days, Golden Eagle in 9 days, Herald of the Morning, Living Age The Living Age was not an extreme clipper ship. and Ocean Telegraph in 20 days. Of the remainder of the twenty-three ships mentioned by Captain Clark the following passages are recorded from Bo