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ship-owner, and died, I believe, somewhere in the fifties. Mr. Calvin Turner was the next ship-builder to establish himself here, and his t the petition was dismissed without a hearing. I say, then, that Mr. Turner's ship-yard was located about opposite the westerly end of Cross street, and it was afterwards known as Lapham's ship-yard. Mr. Turner was esteemed as one of the most skilful draughtsmen, as well as one of rside avenue, opposite end of Cross street. Occupied in 1805 by Calvin Turner & E. Briggs, and at successive periods by Calvin Turner, E. & HCalvin Turner, E. & H. Rogers, G. B. Lapham, and S. Lapham. 4. Yard off Swan street, site of present city stables. Here James O. Curtis commenced ship-buildinMr. Usher's tables: builders.No. vessels. Thatcher Magoun84 C. Turner & E. Briggs3 Calvin Turner25 James Ford2 Sprague & James66 GeCalvin Turner25 James Ford2 Sprague & James66 George Fuller29 E. & H. Rogers9 John Sparrell1 Samuel Lapham20 Jotham Stetson32 Curtis & Co.2 P. & J. O. Curtis6 Waterman & Ewell51 Fos