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Decade:  1820 
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Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Sept. 27, 1820 
TextNewspapers  Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Sept. 27, 1820,   It is reported that the schooner Traveller, Capt. Coffin, was lately run upon a rock and bilged on Lake Ontario. Of the three persons on board, the captain and a sailor perished. ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Nov. 3, 1820 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Nov. 3, 1820,   ... Wreck of the Asp (Letter dated Richland, N. Y. , Oct. 16, 1820, from James F. Wright, Oswego, county coroner and district attorney, to Thomas Racey of Niagara, owner of the vessel). Dear Sir: The schooner Asp , commanded by Capt. Prosser, was wrecked near the mouth of Salmon River at this ......
Cleveland Weekly Herald (Cleveland, OH), Tuesday, November 14, 1820 
TextNewspapers  Cleveland Weekly Herald (Cleveland, OH), Tuesday, November 14, 1820,   ... Liverpool, (Onondaga County) N. Y. Oct. 16, 1820 DISTRESSING SHIPWRECK --A Gentleman who arrived at this place yesterday from Salmon River, gives the following account of the loss of the British schooner ASP , of Fort George,(Newark) Captain Prosser, from Newark bound to Kingston. At ......
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Nov 24, 1820 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Nov 24, 1820,   The following more particular account of the late wrecks on Lake Ontario is taken from the Sackets Harbour Gazette. The Schooner Triumph, Capt. Davis, with 153 barrels Salt, was driven on the Genessee bar, - vessel and cargo totally lost. The Schooner Swallow, Capt. Pond, in ballast, on...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), November 24, 1820 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), November 24, 1820,   The following more particular account of the late wrecks on Lake Ontario is taken from the Sackets Harbour Gazette. "The Schooner WOLCOTT, Capt. Stulson, rode out the gale, and kept the lake with the loss of 10 bbls. flour, washed from her deck, with her boat and galley stove. The water...
Geneva Palladium (Geneva, NY), Wed., Nov. 6, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Geneva Palladium (Geneva, NY), Wed., Nov. 6, 1822,   Arrived at this village, (Rochester) on Wednesday last, the Canal Boat Western Trader, Capt. Garney, from Utica, with a full freight of Emigrants, consisting of eight families, in all sixty persons, who have come the distance of one hundred miles, for the moderate sum of $1.50 each - thus ...
Cleveland Weekly Herald (Cleveland, OH), Tuesday, December 12, 1820 
TextNewspapers  Cleveland Weekly Herald (Cleveland, OH), Tuesday, December 12, 1820,   Sacket's Harbor, Nov.17th. On Saturday evening, the 11th. inst. a gale of wind commenced from the N.E. accompanied with snow, which increased during Sunday to a degree exceeding anything before known on Lake ontario. On Monday morning the 13th. the gale abated and we already learn the...
Cleveland Weekly Herald (Cleveland, OH), Tuesday, November 14, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Cleveland Weekly Herald (Cleveland, OH), Tuesday, November 14, 1822,   Cleaveland is the proper spelling at that date.
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 14, 1823 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 14, 1823,   p.3 Contract for Working GOVERNMENT SCOW. Notice is hereby given, that Tenders will be received at this office until Thursday the 3rd April next, at noon, from such persons as may be willing to contract for working the Government Scow and other BOATS between Kingston and Point Frederick ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 21, 1823 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 21, 1823,   p.3 FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER. The New Schooner Phoebe, 40 tons burthen, Peter Tozedevine, Master, will be ready to sail on the opening of navigation. For particulars apply at this Office. March 21, 1823. ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 28, 1823 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 28, 1823,   p.3 PUBLIC NOTICE. Is hereby given that the Co-partnership entered into on the 1st of Jan'y last between Henry & Alpheus Jones, as Forwarders, under the firm of Henry & Alpheus Jones, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. They now take the earliest method of apologizing to such of ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 4, 1823 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 4, 1823,   p.3 A large part of the main channel of the river is open, and we may expect that the navigation will very soon be free. By Auction. On Saturday 19th inst. at the Wharf of Neil M'Leod, Esquire, at 12 o'clock: 2 DURHAM BOATS, with Sails, Masts, and Rigging complete, belonging to the Estate of...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 11, 1823 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 11, 1823,   p.3 The main Channel of the St. Lawrence is now free, from Kingston downwards, - but some ice yet remains in the harbour. - The Bay of Quinte is still blocked up. "The busy note of preparation" which we hear on board the Schooners proclaims an immediate commencement of the navigation. The...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 18, 1823 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 18, 1823,   p.3 Transport to Lachine In Returning Government Bateaux. Tenders will be received at the Commissariat Office, Kingston, until Thursday the 1st of May next at noon, from Merchants and others, concerned in forwarding Goods to the Lower Province, for the Hire of returning Government Bateaux,...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 2, 1823 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 2, 1823,   p.3 Custom House Office, Kingston, 1st May, 1823. Masters of Vessels and others concerned in the trade carried on with the United States of America, are informed that the only articles which can henceforth be imported from ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 9, 1823 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 9, 1823,   p.3 Fatal Accident - Sackett's Harbour May 2nd - In this village on Saturday last, was killed instantly by the falling of a stick of timber, which had been hoisted with tackle, to saw into ship plank, Bazil Jarva, a sawyer, late of Kingston, Upper Canada. He left a wife and three children to ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 16, 1823 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 16, 1823,   p.3 The Bay and River Steam Boat CHARLOTTE, Henry Gildersleeve, Master, Will leave Kingston for the Carrying Place every Monday morning at 8 o'clock, and return to Kingston Wednesday afternoon, stopping at Bath, Adolphustown, Hallowell, Sophiasburgh, Bellville, and the Trent; leave Kingston...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 23, 1823 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 23, 1823,   p.3 Sir Peregrine Maitland arrives on Frontenac on Saturday and proceeds to York by same on Wednesday. LAKE ONTARIO The Steam-Boat FRONTENAC James MacKenzie, Master. Will in future leave the different Ports on the following days, viz.: Kingston for York and Niagara on the 1st, 11th, and ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 30, 1823 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 30, 1823,   p.2 An Act to repeal the Laws now in force relative to the Preservation of Salmon, and to make further provisions respecting the Fisheries... passed on 19th March, 1823. p.3 Melancholy Accident - Amos Fisher, of this place, having a few days since, sailed on board a Schooner from this port bound...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 13, 1823 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 13, 1823,   p.3 Yesterday morning a person named James Worden, a ship carpenter, dropped down dead on the street, in a fit of apoplexy. ...
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Kingston Newspaper clippings