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Year:  1822 
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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, 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), Jan. 4, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Jan. 4, 1822,   ... 1822 KINGSTON CHRONICLE (available on microfilm at Kingston Frontenac Library and at Queen's University - Stauffer Library, unless otherwise noted) p.3 Last Saturday the harbour and river were frozen over, but a strong gale shortly after broke up the newly formed ice in the channel, and ......
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Jan. 11, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Jan. 11, 1822,   p.3 The ice was completely formed on both channels last Friday night... Died - At Kempville, on the night of the 15th inst., Capt. William Fish, aged 43, a native of England, formerly an officer in the British Provincial Navy on Lake Ontario. ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Jan. 18, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Jan. 18, 1822,   p.3 Buffalo, Jan. 1st - We learn from Lewiston, that on Thursday last, the Store-House of Messrs. Porter and Burton, at that place, and that of Mr. Robert Hamilton, at Queenston, situated on the banks of the Niagara, were carried off by the masses of ice which had recently accumulated in ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Feb. 22, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Feb. 22, 1822,   p.4 The Canadian Boat Song - poetry ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 1, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 1, 1822,   p.3 Government Contracts - tenders are called for transporting Naval Stores from Queenston to H.M. Naval Depot at Grand River; another contract for transporting Naval Stores from Montreal to La Chine, from La Chine to Dock Yard at Kingston; a third contract to transport naval stores from York to...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 15, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 15, 1822,   ... p.3 Executive Council Office, York, 7th March, 1822. Whereas the Lease of the Ferry from Prescott to Ogdensburgh has lately expired, and whereas from the great importance of such an establishment for public convenience, it is desirable that a new Lease should with as little delay as possible. ......
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 22, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 22, 1822,   ... prescribed, and signed by the party offering to become surety as well as by the principal. Edw'd Pine Coffin, Dep. Asst. Com. Gen. Comissariat Office, Kingston. 20th March, 1822. ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 29, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 29, 1822,   p.1 ad for Franklin Fire Insurance Co. of N.Y., Thomas S. Whitaker, of Kingston, Agent; will insure ships and their cargoes (in port only) and ships building or repairing. p.3 Last Saturday the ice which had been previously broken into cakes, by a wind from the Lake, was carried down the...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 5, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 5, 1822,   p.3 The navigation of the Lake is now completely free and Packet boats have commenced running between this place and Sackett's Harbour. - The Schooners and other craft are preparing to visit the upper ports of the lake, in search of freight. - The waters of the St. Lawrence appear to be still ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 12, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 12, 1822,   p.3 Notice - The Proprietors of the Steam Boat Frontenac are requested to meet at the Royal Hotel on Monday next at noon. Kingston, 11th April. ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 19, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 19, 1822,   p.2 Four Canadian Bateaux have this day come up the river being the first arrivals from Lachine this season. ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 26, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 26, 1822,   p.3 Tuesday last being Saint George's Day, and also the period appointed for celebrating the birth of our gracious Monarch, it was observed at this place with due honours... At one o'clock, a gun boat, stationed in front of the Commissioner's House, and gaily decorated with flags, fired ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 3, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 3, 1822,   p.3 VIOLENT GALE. Several severe losses occurred on this Lake during the violent gale on Sunday last, the 14th inst. The elegant schooner Ariadne, Capt. Reid, was upset, in ballast coming up from Ogdensburgh, near Fox Island, this side of the mouth of the river St. Lawrence. The damage she has...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 10, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 10, 1822,   p.3 On Tuesday evening the steam boat Frontenac returned from her first trip across the Lake - (gives list of passengers.) ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 24, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 24, 1822,   p.3 troops brought to Kingston by Frontenac and others taken to Niagara. ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 31, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 31, 1822,   p.3 more troops brought to Kingston by Frontenac ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 14, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 14, 1822,   p.3 A report having obtained circulation that it was intended to alter the course of the Canal now excavating at the Long Sault, on the River Ottawa, in consequence of the injury done to the Works by the great height of the water, we have been informed by an officer who left the Camp of the...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 21, 1822 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 21, 1822,   p.3 letter to Editor complaining of Sabbath breaking - young men sailing, steam-boats running, etc. ...
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