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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 25., Old ships and ship-building days of Medford. (search)
lena. Morison. Maritime History of Massachusetts There were a number of Medford ships in the East India trade at this time. The ship Gulliver, built in 1806 by Thatcher Magoun for Joseph Lee, Jr., of Boston, was one. The Gulliver is reported February 13, 1810, at the Vineyard as arriving from Calcutta. Her cargo is not given, but other vessels from that port brought indigo, ginger, and cotton and silk goods. Also, February 23, 1810. Left at Calcutta, October 8, the brig Gipsey, Linzee, to sail in three or four weeks. The Gipsey, also, was built in 809 at the yard of Thatcher Magoun, for Joseph Lee, Jr., of Boston. May 8, 1810. Sailed brig Gipsey, Pulcifer for India; passenger, Capt. George Lee. August 28, 1810. The Ariadne, arrived at New York from Gottenburg, was detained off the Scaw by a Danish gunboat, but permitted to proceed after a strict examina ion. Medford ship building started at the height of the prosperity of the Northwest trade. The European trad