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Globe (Toronto, ON), Monday, May 4, 1914 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), Monday, May 4, 1914,   The Chances Sailors Take _______ News from the Bay of Quinte of the safety of the schooner William Jamieson relieved the fear that another tragedy has been added to the long list that saddens the story of the lakes. Under-manned schooners have sailed, are sailing, and will continue to sail ...
Globe (Toronto, ON), Aug. 15, 1854 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), Aug. 15, 1854,   Propeller BOSTON sunk in Lake Ontario, 15 to 20 miles off Oak Orchard, and 50 miles from Rochester, in collision with a three masted vessel. The BOSTON was 6 years old 259 tons burden, and owned by Crawford & Co. of Ogdensburg. ...
Globe (Toronto, ON), Dec. 16, 1846 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), Dec. 16, 1846,   p.2 The navigation has entirely closed, and winter may be said to have fairly set in. The frost of the three last days has been pretty intense, so much so as to have given a strong coat of ice to the water of the bay below the bridge, and to cover the harbor above with a thin sheet. The ...
Globe (Toronto, ON), April 23, 1850 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), April 23, 1850,   (supposed to be original at Queen's University - Special Collections) [couldn't find April 1989] p.3 On Wednesday, Captain Patterson launched his schooner Dundee from the Marine Railway Shipyard. The Dundee was built in this yard a year or two ago as a first-class barge for the river trade, and...
Globe (Toronto, ON), Jan. 6, 1846 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), Jan. 6, 1846,   1846 BRITISH WHIG (articles copied from Whig by other newspapers, and a few originals - sources noted) (copied from Whig by The Globe, Toronto, Jan. 6, 1846) p.3 The Weather - ...The ice bridge across to Long Island has at length been formed, but not that from Long Island to Yankee land....
Globe (Toronto, ON), Jan. 13, 1846 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), Jan. 13, 1846,   (copied from Whig by The Globe, Toronto, Jan. 13, 1846) p.3 The Weather - ...The crossing to Long Island still remains precarious, for although the ice has made, it is not strong enough to bear loaded teams. The American Channel is open...[Whig] ...
Globe (Toronto, ON), Dec. 16, 1846 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), Dec. 16, 1846,   (copied from the Whig by The Globe, Dec. 16, 1846) p.2 More Last Words - The breach in the Welland Canal having been repaired, a fleet of a dozen vessels laden with flour from Lake Erie made their somewhat unexpected appearance in Kingston harbour on Tuesday and Wednesday. The arrival of so...
Globe (Toronto, ON), Sept. 30, 1851 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), Sept. 30, 1851,   p.2 STEAMBOAT ACCIDENT. On Saturday night, about 9 o'clock, as the Ottawa freight steamer, Capt. Wells, owned by Messrs. Torrance & Co., was leaving Kingston for Montreal, she was met by the Reindeer coming in. The pilot of the Reindeer saw the lights of the Ottawa and reversed the engine; ...
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Kingston Newspaper clippings