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Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), May 3, 1831 
TextNewspapers  Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), May 3, 1831,   ANOTHER FATAL ACCIDENT IN YORK BAY The schooner ANN JANE was upset in a heavy squall on Tuesday last, nearly opposite the Garrison in this Bay, with the crew and twelve passengers on board, and an emigrant named John Smith, a native of Ballylough Parish, Co. Down, Ireland, who was in the cabin...
Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), June 28, 1831 
TextNewspapers  Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), June 28, 1831,   On Saturday the 19th inst., the piston-rod of the Steamboat, Brownville, broke when within four miles from Oswego, and so fractured the cylinder of her engine, as to render it entirely useless. She was towed into Oswego by the Martha Ogden. ...
Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), Nov. 1, 1831 
TextNewspapers  Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), Nov. 1, 1831,   p.3 STORM On Tuesday last, (says the Buffalo Patriot), we experienced a strong gale from the N.E. accompanied with rain. Several of the Steamboats were in the Upper part of the Lake, and in great danger; but finally escaped without material damage, and without the loss of any of the lives on ...
Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), July 17, 1832 
TextNewspapers  Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), July 17, 1832,   LAUNCH - We are requested by Captain Clarke, to state that his Schooner, FARMER'S DELIGHT, that is building on the premises of David B. Hill, will be launched on Saturday the 21st inst., at three o'clock. ...
Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), Oct. 9, 1832 
TextNewspapers  Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), Oct. 9, 1832,   The Durham Boat BELLEVILLE, in descending the rapids at Cascades, on Thursday last, struck against a rock, and sunk below the rapids near the Village of Beauharnois. She was laden with Ashes and Flour. About 100 barrels of Ashes were totally destroyed, and the Flour was much damaged. We...
Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), Oct. 30, 1832 
TextNewspapers  Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), Oct. 30, 1832,   MELANCHOLY SHIPWRECK. The Schooner Elisha Whittlesey, Capt. Wm. Hecox, was capsized by a flaw of wind and sunk off Salem, Ohio, on Friday night last, and eight passengers and two of the crew lost. The Captain and the remainder of the crew, seven in number, were taken from the wreck by Capt. ...
Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), Dec. 4, 1832 
TextNewspapers  Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), Dec. 4, 1832,   From the Sackets Harbor Courier. WRECK OF THE STEAM-BOAT MARTHA OGDEN. On the night of the 12th inst., as the MARTHA OGDEN was on her way from Oswego to this port, she sprang a leak, and the pump failing, the men took to bailing out the water with buckets. She however continued to fill despite...
Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), Dec. 11, 1832 
TextNewspapers  Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), Dec. 11, 1832,   ACCIDENT - We understand that the Schooner Caroline, belonging to Capt. Trowbridge of Genesee, Capt. Tyler on board, was capsized in a squall on Lake Ontario on the night of the 2nd inst., freighted with dry goods for Ogdensburgh; Cargo lost, and clerk of super cargo drowned. The Captain and crew...
Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), July 14, 1834 
TextNewspapers  Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), July 14, 1834,   LAUNCH Yesterday, another Schooner was launched from the ship-yard, adjoining the Dock Company's works. The day being fine, many spectators attended upon the occasion, and all expressed themselves highly gratified with the sight. This is the third now completed by the enterprising company, and...
Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), Aug. 4, 1834 
TextNewspapers  Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), Aug. 4, 1834,   NEW STEAMBOAT - We take great pleasure in announcing the arrival of the Canada Company's new Steamboat, Minesetunk. The keel of this boat was laid in the bush on the 27th November last, and but for the delay in forwarding the engine she would have been in service some weeks past. The Minesetunk...
Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), Oct. 6, 1834 
TextNewspapers  Hallowell Free Press (Picton, ON), Oct. 6, 1834,   Last week, the Schooner built by Alex. McDonell, Esq. and which has been on the stocks about two years or upwards, was launched. She is called the Highlander. Great praise is due to the contractor, Mr. George Baker, as the Highlander is one of the finest models we have for some time seen....
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