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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 Dec 1871
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    p.3 Good - Mr. Folger to lay keel of new iron propeller at Messrs. Power & Co's shipyard.

    -Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg Railway - had annual meeting at Watertown; they want to establish a line of barges for lumber trade between Ottawa and Cape Vincent via the Rideau ...

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    p.3 Good - Mr. Folger to lay keel of new iron propeller at Messrs. Power & Co's shipyard.

    -Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg Railway - had annual meeting at Watertown; they ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Dec 1871
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    p.3 Salt & Freshwater Fish - for sale by new firm of Davis & Co. - might help price of fish.

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    p.3 Salt & Freshwater Fish - for sale by new firm of Davis & Co. - might help price of fish.

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Dec 1871
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    p.2 Imports - 20.

    p.3 The Steamer Watertown - made last trip yesterday.

    -The Schooner Irene - to lay up at Swift's - made 47 trips this season.

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    p.2 Imports - 20.

    p.3 The Steamer Watertown - made last trip yesterday.

    -The Schooner Irene - to lay up at Swift's - made 47 trips this season.

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 20 Dec 1871
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    p.2 Imports - 19.

    p.3 A Stiff Trip - str. Watertown left Cape Vincent towing Irene; at Bear Point the waves were high so she took the Irene down the river, the ice being too thick she left her in a cove and went back around Bear Pt. and ...

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    p.2 Imports - 19.

    p.3 A Stiff Trip - str. Watertown left Cape Vincent towing Irene; at Bear Point the waves were high so she took the Irene down ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Dec 1871
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    p.2 Imports - 16, 18.

    p.3 Police Court - 8 boys charged with injuring property - they took possession of a barge of J.H. Henderson & Co., built a fire on board, and acted like they owned it....

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    p.2 Imports - 16, 18.

    p.3 Police Court - 8 boys charged with injuring property - they took possession of a barge of J.H. Henderson & Co., built a ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 18 Dec 1871
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    p.3 The Harbor - ice bridge to Wolfe Island has broken up.

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    p.3 The Harbor - ice bridge to Wolfe Island has broken up.

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Dec 1871
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    p.2 County Court & General Sessions - Crawford vs Montreal & Ottawa Forwarding Co. - verdict for plaintiff for $30, subject to award of Messrs. George Chaffey and James Richardson.

    -Queen vs Thompson - for stealing clock from sch. Gladstone.

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    p.2 County Court & General Sessions - Crawford vs Montreal & Ottawa Forwarding Co. - verdict for plaintiff for $30, subject to award of Messrs. George Chaffey and James ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 Dec 1871
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    p.2 County Court & General Sessions - Crawford vs The Montreal & Ottawa Forwarding Co. - action against Company to recover damages for injury to log raft on Rideau Canal by str. City of Ottawa.

    -Imports - 14,15.

    p.3 sch. Irene ...

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    p.2 County Court & General Sessions - Crawford vs The Montreal & Ottawa Forwarding Co. - action against Company to recover damages for injury to log raft on Rideau ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Dec 1871
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    p.2 Police Court - 2 boatmen summoned Benjamin Friel, for non-payment of wages; they won the judgement.

    -The Rideau Canal - Needed Improvements - A Deputation To Ottawa - want improvements to insure enough water for navigation.

    -Imports - 14.

    p.3 ...

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    p.2 Police Court - 2 boatmen summoned Benjamin Friel, for non-payment of wages; they won the judgement.

    -The Rideau Canal - Needed Improvements - A Deputation To Ottawa - want ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 13 Dec 1871
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    p.2 Michael Connell vs Charles J. Travis - appeal of conviction for assault by Captain of schooner on one of his hands.

    -ad for steamer Maud - to go on Picton, Napanee, & Belleville route in spring.

    -Imports - 11,12.

    p.3 The ...

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    p.2 Michael Connell vs Charles J. Travis - appeal of conviction for assault by Captain of schooner on one of his hands.

    -ad for steamer Maud - to go on ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Dec 1871
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    p.2 THE LAKES

    Great Losses In the Past Season

    The vessel property of the Northern Lakes which has passed out of existence during the season just closing foots up the large aggregate of 23,882 tons. This, at the low ...

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    p.2 THE LAKES

    Great Losses In the Past Season

    The vessel property of the Northern Lakes which has passed out of existence during the season just closing foots up the ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 Dec 1871
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    p.2 Frozen To Death - a sailor walking to father's home on Wolfe Island.

    -Imports - 8,9.

    p.3 Marine - Flying Scud laid up; Mariner in Bateau Channel waiting to go to Oswego.

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    p.2 Frozen To Death - a sailor walking to father's home on Wolfe Island.

    -Imports - 8,9.

    p.3 Marine - Flying Scud laid up; Mariner in Bateau Channel waiting to ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Dec 1871
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    p.2

    FIRE AT GARDEN ISLAND.

    Burning of Steamers Highlander and Hercules.

    One Man Burned To Death.

    Last night the steamers Hercules and Highlander, belonging to Messrs. Calvin & Breck, were totally destroyed ...

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    FIRE AT GARDEN ISLAND.

    Burning of Steamers Highlander and Hercules.

    One Man Burned To Death.

    Last night the steamers Hercules and Highlander, belonging to Messrs. Calvin & Breck, were ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 8 Dec 1871
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    p.2 Imports - 7.

    p.3 Sheep Export - str. Watertown took 400 sheep to Cape Vincent.

    -Marine - vessels laid up at Wolfe Island: British Lion, R. Gaskin, Agnes, Aigle-de-Mer, and Marina.

    -Ashore - Elvina at Point Peninsula, near ...

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    p.2 Imports - 7.

    p.3 Sheep Export - str. Watertown took 400 sheep to Cape Vincent.

    -Marine - vessels laid up at Wolfe Island: British Lion, R. Gaskin, Agnes, Aigle-de-Mer, ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Dec 1871
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    p.2 The Harbor

    Shipping News - There is little business doing at present in the shipping department of the port, the season having nearly closed. The Enterprise arrived from Oswego with 125 tons of coal for Messrs. Swift ...

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    p.2 The Harbor

    Shipping News - There is little business doing at present in the shipping department of the port, the season having nearly closed. The Enterprise arrived from Oswego ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Dec 1871
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    p.2 An Acknowledgement - a letter from Calvin & Breck, thanking Mr. Rose, Superintendent of Morrisburg and Matilda canals, for helping Government Tug Line Steamers Highlander, John A. Macdonald, and H.A. Calvin and barges break through ice.

    -A New ...

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    p.2 An Acknowledgement - a letter from Calvin & Breck, thanking Mr. Rose, Superintendent of Morrisburg and Matilda canals, for helping Government Tug Line Steamers Highlander, John A. Macdonald, ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 Dec 1871
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    p.2 Board of Examiners of Steamboat Engineers - started annual session at Kingston.

    -Imports - 5.

    p.3 Marine - Calvin & Breck's tugs are bringing up barges that were frozen in canal.

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    p.2 Board of Examiners of Steamboat Engineers - started annual session at Kingston.

    -Imports - 5.

    p.3 Marine - Calvin & Breck's tugs are bringing up barges that were frozen ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Dec 1871
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    p.2 Shipping News - the barque British Lion fouled the sch. Alexandria and lost her jibboom and bowsprit; sch. Shickluna left in tow of tug Joe Mac for Ogdensburg; sch. Mail to be launched at shipyard and replaced with Orkney Lass; yacht ...

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    p.2 Shipping News - the barque British Lion fouled the sch. Alexandria and lost her jibboom and bowsprit; sch. Shickluna left in tow of tug Joe Mac for Ogdensburg; ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 2 Dec 1871
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    p.2 Napanee - sch. Eliza Fisher frozen in and aground at mouth of river.

    -Imports - Dec. 1.

    p.3 The Harbor - only the ferry steamers running.

    -Laid Up - 7 vessels listed as laid up in Picton harbor.

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    p.2 Napanee - sch. Eliza Fisher frozen in and aground at mouth of river.

    -Imports - Dec. 1.

    p.3 The Harbor - only the ferry steamers running.

    -Laid Up - 7 ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Dec 1871
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    p.3 The Bay Closing - several schooners frozen in; the Rochester couldn't make it back to Belleville....

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    p.3 The Bay Closing - several schooners frozen in; the Rochester couldn't make it back to Belleville....

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