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  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), April 9th, 1849
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    p.2 Our Peregrinations - The unexpected early opening of the Navigation has taken us so much by surprise, that we find ourself unprepared with our usual elaborate article on the preparations making in this Port, for the business of the season on the Lakes and River.

    We ...

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    p.2 Our Peregrinations - The unexpected early opening of the Navigation has taken us so much by surprise, that we find ourself unprepared with our usual elaborate article on ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), May 8th, 1848
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    (from Montreal Gazette, May 8th, 1848)

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    LAUNCH OF THE NEW STEAMER, THE OTTAWA.

    This splendid steamer, which is destined to ply in place of the Oldfield, between Lachine and Carillon, on the route from this city to Bytown, was launched on ...

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    (from Montreal Gazette, May 8th, 1848)

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    LAUNCH OF THE NEW STEAMER, THE OTTAWA.

    This splendid steamer, which is destined to ply in place of the Oldfield, between Lachine and Carillon, ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), April 10, 1848
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    p.4 (at Portsmouth ?)

    OUR PEREGRINATIONS.

    from the Kingston Argus

    Messrs. M'Pherson [Macpherson] & Crane's new steamer Commerce, was the first object we inspected. She is a beautifully modelled craft, intended as a freight ...

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    p.4 (at Portsmouth ?)

    OUR PEREGRINATIONS.

    from the Kingston Argus

    Messrs. M'Pherson [Macpherson] & Crane's new steamer Commerce, was the first object we inspected. She is a beautifully modelled craft, ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), Sept. 29, 1847
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    p.2 The 82nd Regiment arrived here this morning in the Magnet, from Hamilton, and proceeded down the river by the Canada. The Canada brought up the Reserve Battalion of the 20th Regiment, which will proceed upward by the Magnet today to replace the 82nd at London. [Kingston ...

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    p.2 The 82nd Regiment arrived here this morning in the Magnet, from Hamilton, and proceeded down the river by the Canada. The Canada brought up the Reserve Battalion of ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), Aug. 17, 1847
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    p.2 The fine propeller Earl Cathcart made her last trip from Amherstburg to Kingston in the space of four days. We believe this is the shortest time in which the distance has been performed. The success of the Earl Cathcart and the Ireland afford abundant evidence of the ...

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    p.2 The fine propeller Earl Cathcart made her last trip from Amherstburg to Kingston in the space of four days. We believe this is the shortest time in which ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), July 30, 1847
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    p.2 On Sunday last, an inquest was held by John Stewart, Coroner, on view of the body of Biddy Macavray, an emigrant who had died that morning, about ten minutes after landing from the propeller Ericson. It appeared by the evidence that this woman had embarked at Montreal, ...

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    p.2 On Sunday last, an inquest was held by John Stewart, Coroner, on view of the body of Biddy Macavray, an emigrant who had died that morning, about ten ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), June 16, 1847
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    p.2 We learn by private letters from Montreal, that the Hon. John Hamilton's new iron steamer The Passport, made a trial trip on Tuesday last from Lachine to the entrance of the Beauharnois Canal; and that in every respect she exceeded the most sanguine expectations of ...

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    p.2 We learn by private letters from Montreal, that the Hon. John Hamilton's new iron steamer The Passport, made a trial trip on Tuesday last from Lachine to the ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), June 4, 1847
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    p.4 We learn that there was a tremendous row last night between the Captain of the Mail Steamer Sovereign and some of his passengers, on her trip from Toronto. The row arose in consequence of the Captain bringing accusation of stealing a $10 bill against a passenger on board, ...

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    p.4 We learn that there was a tremendous row last night between the Captain of the Mail Steamer Sovereign and some of his passengers, on her trip from Toronto. ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), May 14, 1847
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    p.2 Forwarding - Yesterday morning nine Barges and two Steamers belonging to Messrs. James A. Walker & Co., arrived from Montreal, and by twelve o'clock last night equal to 15,000 barrels of flour were shipped on board of them, and are now on their way to ...

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    p.2 Forwarding - Yesterday morning nine Barges and two Steamers belonging to Messrs. James A. Walker & Co., arrived from Montreal, and by twelve o'clock last night equal to ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), Nov. 11, 1846
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    p.2 The Launch of the First Iron Steamer - On Thursday afternoon, at three o'clock, this beautiful specimen of naval architecture was launched, as was advertised, from the yard of the Marine Railway, of this city. She is the property of the Hon. John Hamilton. She glided into the ...

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    p.2 The Launch of the First Iron Steamer - On Thursday afternoon, at three o'clock, this beautiful specimen of naval architecture was launched, as was advertised, from the yard ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), Oct. 2, 1846
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    p.2 We find by actual and accurate admeasurement, that the water at our wharves, at Kingston, this day, 26th September, 1846, is three feet five inches lower than it was in 1835. This involves consideration of deep importance to our Navigation, and, of course, affecting our ...

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    p.2 We find by actual and accurate admeasurement, that the water at our wharves, at Kingston, this day, 26th September, 1846, is three feet five inches lower than it ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), Oct. 22, 1845
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    p.2 Amidst the various public improvements which the rapidly growing prosperity of Canada has rendered necessary - many of which are already accomplished - and many others of which are hastening to completion - there is one scarcely occupying a second rate place in ...

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    p.2 Amidst the various public improvements which the rapidly growing prosperity of Canada has rendered necessary - many of which are already accomplished - and many others of which ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), Sept. 30, 1845
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    p.2 Kingston Regatta - articles from [British Whig] and [Kingston Chronicle].

    The Editor of the Kingston Chronicle and Gazette says:-

    The sculling match was well contested by Mr. Shaw from Montreal; and afterwards the two-oar match, by the same gentleman and Mr. H. ...

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    p.2 Kingston Regatta - articles from [British Whig] and [Kingston Chronicle].

    The Editor of the Kingston Chronicle and Gazette says:-

    The sculling match was well contested by Mr. Shaw from Montreal; ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), July 1, 1845
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    (also in British Whig, July 1, 1845, and Kingston News, July 3, 1845.)

    p.2 A ship carpenter, named Joseph Thompson, was found drowned, at the foot of Gore Street, on Thursday last. The deceased had been working on Garden Island, and it was supposed, by his wife and friends, ...

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    (also in British Whig, July 1, 1845, and Kingston News, July 3, 1845.)

    p.2 A ship carpenter, named Joseph Thompson, was found drowned, at the foot of Gore Street, on ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), April 10, 1845
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    p.2 We regret to state that the steamer Canada ran on a rock in Alexandria Bay (thirty-six miles below Kingston), on her upward trip on Tuesday night. The rock is a large shelving boulder, about sixty feet in circumference, lying some three hundred yards from the American ...

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    p.2 We regret to state that the steamer Canada ran on a rock in Alexandria Bay (thirty-six miles below Kingston), on her upward trip on Tuesday night. The rock ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), April 8, 1845
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    p.2 Canal Tolls - a schedule of tolls proposed to be levied on Welland and St. Lawrence Canals by New Board of Works Act; it will result in lower rates for small steamers and barges which use rapids on way down. [Kingston Chronicle]

    ...
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    p.2 Canal Tolls - a schedule of tolls proposed to be levied on Welland and St. Lawrence Canals by New Board of Works Act; it will result in lower ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), March 27th, 1845
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    p.2 Kingston, March 22nd - Our forwarders are actively preparing for the approaching season. Messrs Macpherson & Crane's ship-yard at Portsmouth Harbour, two miles from town, together with the shipyard adjoining, present a very interesting appearance being crowded with ...

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    p.2 Kingston, March 22nd - Our forwarders are actively preparing for the approaching season. Messrs Macpherson & Crane's ship-yard at Portsmouth Harbour, two miles from town, together with the ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), June 27, 1833
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    p.2 Rideau Canal - We have at last the pleasure to announce the opening of this important line of communication. The new steamboat Enterprise, built at Perth, after passing through the Tay Canal into the Rideau, reached this port yesterday, where she awaits the arrival, ...

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    p.2 Rideau Canal - We have at last the pleasure to announce the opening of this important line of communication. The new steamboat Enterprise, built at Perth, after passing ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), June 20, 1833
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    p.2 We are happy to learn that the Welland Canal at length promises to reward the persevering enterprise of its projectors. It was opened about the middle of last month; is amply supplied with water; and in the most complete order. Great numbers of vessels have passed ...

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    p.2 We are happy to learn that the Welland Canal at length promises to reward the persevering enterprise of its projectors. It was opened about the middle of last ...

  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), May 18, 1833
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    p.2 Jonathan Pipes, the captain and owner of a Durham boat, and a boy in his service, Cornelius Dobbin, were unfortunately drowned on Wednesday last. The boat was engaged in supplying the Government contract for sand, and was taking in a load, at M'Intyre's, upon the River, ...

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    p.2 Jonathan Pipes, the captain and owner of a Durham boat, and a boy in his service, Cornelius Dobbin, were unfortunately drowned on Wednesday last. The boat was engaged ...

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