In trying to answer How can I figure out who died on a particular voyage of a ship?, I tried searching GenealogyBank.com since I have a paid subscription and wanted to help @JustinY. His question was 'how' so I could have just answered with a link to the site. However, I didn't want him to pay for a subscription just to find it was fruitless. I have used GenealogyBank successfully to find information on my ancestors, but I've never used it to find a particular newspaper from a particular time frame. If I already knew the answer to his question (who died on the voyage of the William Stetson that docked in NY May 1855), then I could look it up by name. But this is the inverse-- how do I find a particular article without the name to then read the name?
I tried reading their help and tried various things, but was unsuccessful in determining how to do it. For example I used keywords but in this particular case the ship name (William Stetson) has 22K hits since that particular name has genealogical significance in it's own right (e.g., I'm a member of the Stetson Kindred). I'm sure it's there and I'm just missing it somehow. So, I thought I'd ask here since others may have the same question.
How do I search for a newspaper (instead of a person) on Genealogy Bank? I.e., a particular newspaper on a particular date. Or a particular article using something other than the name of a person (in this case a ship)?