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  • Farmer's Journal & Welland Canal Intelligencer (St. Catharines, ON), January 1831, page 4
    TextNewspaper       Journeymen Ship Carpenters

    Wanted immediately, 4 good steady workmen at the above business - to whom constant employment during the winter, and liberal wages will be given. Apply to

    Russell Armington, St.Catharines, Nov. 24, 1830 ...
    TextNewspaper     Journeymen Ship Carpenters

    Wanted immediately, 4 good steady workmen at the above business - to whom constant employment during the winter, and liberal wages will be given. Apply to

    Russell ...
  • Farmer's Journal & Welland Canal Intelligencer (St. Catharines, ON), May 25, 1831, page 3
    TextNewspaper      

    We inadvertently omitted in our last, to notice the launch, at this place, of a fine schooner of about 50 tons burthen, named the "Erie & Ontario", which took place on Saturday the 14th instant, from Capt. Armington's ship yard into the canal, at the foot of the village. She ...

    TextNewspaper    

    We inadvertently omitted in our last, to notice the launch, at this place, of a fine schooner of about 50 tons burthen, named the "Erie & Ontario", which took place ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), August 20, 1831, page 2
    TextNewspaper      

    A new Boat is also to be placed on Lake Erie by a British company; she will be the first boat owned in Canada on the Lake, those at present navigating it belonging exclusively to the American side. The engine of the ...

    TextNewspaper    

    A new Boat is also to be placed on Lake Erie by a British company; she will be the first boat owned in Canada on ...

  • Farmer's Journal & Welland Canal Intelligencer (St. Catharines, ON), January 1831, page 4
    TextNewspaper       Journeymen Ship Carpenters

    Wanted immediately, 4 good steady workmen at the above business - to whom constant employment during the winter, and liberal wages will be given. Apply to

    Russell ...
    TextNewspaper     Journeymen Ship Carpenters

    Wanted immediately, 4 good steady workmen at the above business - to whom constant employment during the winter, and liberal wages will be given. Apply to

  • Farmer's Journal & Welland Canal Intelligencer (St. Catharines, ON), May 25, 1831, page 3
    TextNewspaper      

    We inadvertently omitted in our last, to notice the launch, at this place, of a fine schooner of about 50 tons burthen, named the "Erie & Ontario", which took place on Saturday the 14th instant, from Capt.

    TextNewspaper    

    We inadvertently omitted in our last, to notice the launch, at this place, of a fine schooner of about 50 tons burthen, named the "Erie & ...

  • Canadian Emigrant (Sandwich, ON), Thursday, December 1, 1831
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  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), July 21, 1831
    TextNewspaper       Desjardins' Canal

    While ruminating on the importance of the Burlington Bay Harbor, and contemplating the future uesefulness of the undertaking, it would be narrow selfishness in us to ...

    TextNewspaper     Desjardins' Canal

    While ruminating on the importance of the Burlington Bay Harbor, and contemplating the future uesefulness of the undertaking, it would be narrow ...

  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), April 14, 1831
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    Dreadful Shipwreck In York Bay - On last Tuesday night, about 10 o'clock, a gale sprung up on the lake from the westward, which was more violent than was ever remembered in this place, and proved more awful in its consequences. The fine schooner Prescott, laden with upwards of 5000 ...

    TextNewspaper    

    Dreadful Shipwreck In York Bay - On last Tuesday night, about 10 o'clock, a gale sprung up on the lake from the westward, which was more violent than was ever ...

  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), May 19, 1831
    TextNewspaper      

    The schooner noticed in our last, as having been upset and in tow by the HERCULES, was the LUCINDA of Oswego. She was with the aid of the DALHOUSIE, towed safely into Kingston harbour. No lives were lost.

    ...
    TextNewspaper    

    The schooner noticed in our last, as having been upset and in tow by the HERCULES, was the LUCINDA of Oswego. She was with the aid of the DALHOUSIE, towed ...

  • Cleveland Weekly Herald (Cleveland, OH), May 26, 1831, page 3
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