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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Feb. 2, 1833
    TextNewspaper      

    (from original Chronicle at U. of T. - Robarts Library)

    ad for Niagara Harbour & Dock Co.

    Montreal Gazette, Feb. 28, 1833

    p.2 Another Alarming Fire - at Kingston; help of Naval and Military Departments. [Kingston Chronicle]

    ...
    TextNewspaper    

    (from original Chronicle at U. of T. - Robarts Library)

    ad for Niagara Harbour & Dock Co.

    Montreal Gazette, Feb. 28, 1833

    p.2 Another Alarming Fire - at Kingston; help of Naval ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 23, 1832
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    p.2 New Steam Boat Queen Adelaide - The new steam boat built by Robert Hamilton, Esq. and other gentlemen to ply between Chippewa and Amherstburg, on the British coast of Lake Erie was launched on Saturday last, and will commence her regular trips very shortly. ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 New Steam Boat Queen Adelaide - The new steam boat built by Robert Hamilton, Esq. and other gentlemen to ply between Chippewa and Amherstburg, on the British coast ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 16, 1832
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    p.2 Rideau Canal Tolls - still not reduced as expected.

    The inhabitants of the town of Kingston have recently been exposed to very considerable inconvenience by the capricious arrival of the steam-boats, & the indifference with which the interests of the place are ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 Rideau Canal Tolls - still not reduced as expected.

    The inhabitants of the town of Kingston have recently been exposed to very considerable inconvenience by the capricious arrival of ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 9, 1832
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    p.2 Davies' Mills, 24th May, 1832.

    Dear Sir - Mr. Thomas Burrowes and myself are just returned from the Narrows, Rideau Lake, distance from Kingston 50 to 60 miles, after leaving Col. By and his ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 Davies' Mills, 24th May, 1832.

    Dear Sir - Mr. Thomas Burrowes and myself are just returned from the Narrows, Rideau Lake, distance from Kingston 50 to 60 miles, after ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 2, 1832
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    p.2 The following notice was received this morning by the Collector of this Port. Custom House Office,

    York, 25th May, 1832.

    Sir: I beg leave to request, that you will be pleased to cause the masters of vessels leaving Prescott for this Port, to be informed, ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 The following notice was received this morning by the Collector of this Port. Custom House Office,

    York, 25th May, 1832.

    Sir: I beg leave to request, that you will be ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 26, 1832
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    p.3 Rideau Canal - In a late number of the Herald we announced that this magnificent work would be completed in a few weeks, but we were not prepared, at so early a period, for the interesting scene which took place yesterday. At eight o'clock in the morning it ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.3 Rideau Canal - In a late number of the Herald we announced that this magnificent work would be completed in a few weeks, but we were not prepared, ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 19, 1832
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    p.3 Rideau Canal Tolls - address from inhabitants of Kingston presented to Lieutenant Governor - against high tolls.

    The inhabitants of Kingston were gratified on Wednesday last with one of the grandest sights that was ever exhibited on these lakes - the arrival of the ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.3 Rideau Canal Tolls - address from inhabitants of Kingston presented to Lieutenant Governor - against high tolls.

    The inhabitants of Kingston were gratified on Wednesday last with one of ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 12, 1832
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    p.2 The Welland Canal is now in order and full operation. Several Arks, Scows, and Rafts, have already passed the Deep cut, containing upwards of 3000 bls. Flour, Whiskey, Ashes, etc. and between 20 and 30,000 feet of Lumber. [St. Catherine's Mirror]

    Rice Lake Steam Boat - ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 The Welland Canal is now in order and full operation. Several Arks, Scows, and Rafts, have already passed the Deep cut, containing upwards of 3000 bls. Flour, Whiskey, ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 5, 1832
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    p.1 Proclamation - Upper Canada - a proclamation by J. Colborne, Lieutenant Governor, giving rates and dues charged for passengers, live stock, wood, staves, etc.

    p.2 Steamboat Intelligence - In addition to the vessels to which we have already directed the ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.1 Proclamation - Upper Canada - a proclamation by J. Colborne, Lieutenant Governor, giving rates and dues charged for passengers, live stock, wood, staves, etc.

    p.2 Steamboat Intelligence - ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 28, 1832
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    p.2 considerable progress made over winter on Chambly Canal.

    p.3 On Tuesday last, agreeable to the advertisement to that effect, the Committee of the Steam boat John By appointed Captain Johnston, formerly in the West India Trade, to the command of ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 considerable progress made over winter on Chambly Canal.

    p.3 On Tuesday last, agreeable to the advertisement to that effect, the Committee of the Steam boat John By appointed ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 21, 1832
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    p.2

    Presentation of a Service of Plate to Capt. Richardson.

    The humane and spirited conduct of Captain Richardson, of the Steamer Canada, and of the seamen under his command during the last season, in their successful exertions on several occasions in ...

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    p.2

    Presentation of a Service of Plate to Capt. Richardson.

    The humane and spirited conduct of Captain Richardson, of the Steamer Canada, and of the seamen under his command ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 14, 1832
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    p.2 The Portsmouth Herald of the 12th February has the following paragraph: - J.R. Glover, Esquire, is appointed Storekeeper of Halifax Yard; the situations of Master Attendant & Master Shipwright at that place having been done away with. On the Canadian Lakes, the ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 The Portsmouth Herald of the 12th February has the following paragraph: - J.R. Glover, Esquire, is appointed Storekeeper of Halifax Yard; the situations of Master Attendant & Master ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 7, 1832
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    p.2 The schooner Brock sailed from Burlington Canal for York about a month ago, with whiskey, pork, etc., and a number of passengers on board, which shews the decided advantages that section of the country enjoys by a harbour, which remains open at all seasons of the year, ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 The schooner Brock sailed from Burlington Canal for York about a month ago, with whiskey, pork, etc., and a number of passengers on board, which shews the decided ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 31, 1832
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    p.2 Army Movement - orders given to withdraw all troops stationed at Sackets Harbor at opening of navigation; the only American naval depot on the Lake. [Watertown Freeman]

    p.3 The enterprising proprietor of the Upper Canada stage and steamboat line, ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 Army Movement - orders given to withdraw all troops stationed at Sackets Harbor at opening of navigation; the only American naval depot on the Lake. [Watertown Freeman]

    p.3 ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 24, 1832
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    p.3 Important Sale of Naval Stores - to be held on May 8th at Dock Yard, Kingston, consisting of timber, topmasts, yards and spars; on 21st May at Naval Depot at Montreal, a quantity of blocks, cordage, iron, oakum, etc. Jno. R. Glover, Naval Store Keeper.

    A Clerk ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.3 Important Sale of Naval Stores - to be held on May 8th at Dock Yard, Kingston, consisting of timber, topmasts, yards and spars; on 21st May at Naval ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 17, 1832
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    p.3

    PUBLIC DINNER TO COLONEL BY.

    Tuesday last being the day on which Colonel by accepted the invitation of the principal inhabitants of Kingston to a public dinner, upwards of 70 persons including the military heads of department, Commodore Barrie, and ...

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    p.3

    PUBLIC DINNER TO COLONEL BY.

    Tuesday last being the day on which Colonel by accepted the invitation of the principal inhabitants of Kingston to a public dinner, upwards of ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 10, 1832
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    p.3 Colonel By arrived in town last evening, to hold a public dinner for him next Tuesday at Carmino's Hotel.

    We understand that Mr. Thorn, who resides near Brockville, has been appointed Captain of the Steamer William the Fourth. [Herald]

    At the annual meeting of the ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.3 Colonel By arrived in town last evening, to hold a public dinner for him next Tuesday at Carmino's Hotel.

    We understand that Mr. Thorn, who resides near Brockville, has ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 3, 1832
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    p.2 The British Gov't is to offer the Rideau Canal to Province without compensation and has reduced the Engineer's Office in the Canada command; Capt. Bolton remains for the present in charge of the Rideau. [Mont. Herald]

    ...
    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 The British Gov't is to offer the Rideau Canal to Province without compensation and has reduced the Engineer's Office in the Canada command; Capt. Bolton remains for the ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Feb. 25, 1832
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    p.2 New Steam Boat - The gentlemen of the committee appointed to collect subscriptions for a new Steam Boat to ply between Port Hamilton, York, and Niagara, are requested to have their lists in readiness, and to prepare for holding a meeting at an early day, pursuant to the ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 New Steam Boat - The gentlemen of the committee appointed to collect subscriptions for a new Steam Boat to ply between Port Hamilton, York, and Niagara, are requested ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Feb. 18, 1832
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    p.2 ice is piled up 20-40 feet high in places; water 20-30 feet higher than normal.

    [Cornwall Observer]

    p.3 The Stockholders of the Steam Boat William the Fourth are requested to meet at Gananoque on Tuesday 6th day of March next at 12 ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 ice is piled up 20-40 feet high in places; water 20-30 feet higher than normal.

    [Cornwall Observer]

    p.3 The Stockholders of the Steam Boat William the Fourth are requested ...

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