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Toronto Daily Star (Toronto, ON), March 25, 1846 
TextNewspapers  Toronto Daily Star (Toronto, ON), March 25, 1846,   (copied from Whig by Toronto Star, March 25, 1846) p.3 The Chief Justice - We have seen a letter from Capt. Richardson of the Steamer Chief Justice, assuring his correspondents that he intends to take the earliest opportunity to commence his trips between Toronto and Kingston, and requesting to...
Toronto Daily Star (Toronto, ON), April 8, 1846 
TextNewspapers  Toronto Daily Star (Toronto, ON), April 8, 1846,   (copied from Whig by Toronto Star, April 8, 1846) p.2 Opening of the Navigation - Kingston harbour is now open. The ice is not all out of the Bay, but sufficiently so to allow all kinds of vessels to arrive and depart without hindrance. The Mail Steamer Henry Gildersleeve, Capt. Ponton, intends...
Toronto Daily Star (Toronto, ON), June 17, 1846 
TextNewspapers  Toronto Daily Star (Toronto, ON), June 17, 1846,   (copied from Whig by Toronto Star, June 17, 1846) p.2 New Collector of Customs - Reports are rife in town, that the Collector of Customs to succeed the Hon. John Macaulay, at Kingston, is to be Captain Kelly, late Collector at Toronto. As many worthy and qualified gentlemen are doubtless ...
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Kingston Newspaper clippings