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  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), August 10, 1843
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    Burlington Bay Canal - The rail road from the mountain to the beach is now completed, and the hauling of the stone has commenced. A great quantity of timber has been delivered, and every arrangement made to proceed in the work with vigor. The new canal is to be made ...

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    Burlington Bay Canal - The rail road from the mountain to the beach is now completed, and the hauling of the stone has commenced. A great quantity of timber has ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), September 7, 1843
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    Repaired - The immense breach of the St.Lawrence canal, which had the effect of interrupting the navigation of the Long Sault Rapids upwards, has been completely repaired, as well as several other portions of the embankment puddled and rendered apparently strong and water-tight. The ...

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    Repaired - The immense breach of the St.Lawrence canal, which had the effect of interrupting the navigation of the Long Sault Rapids upwards, has been completely repaired, as well as ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), September 7, 1843
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    Lachine Canal - Mr. Keefer is now in this quarter, on the part of the Board of Works, for the purpose of entering into contracts for the enlargement of the Lachine Canal during the approaching winter.

    If we might be permitted to offer a suggestion to parties in power, we ...

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    Lachine Canal - Mr. Keefer is now in this quarter, on the part of the Board of Works, for the purpose of entering into contracts for the enlargement of the ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), October 19, 1843
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    St. Lawrence Canal - It will be seen by an advertisement in another column, that the Board of Works are advertising for tenders, to complete the navigation between Prescott and the Long Sault, which will form the upper branch of the St. Lawrence canal. - Kingston Chronicle

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    St. Lawrence Canal - It will be seen by an advertisement in another column, that the Board of Works are advertising for tenders, to complete the navigation between Prescott and ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), October 19, 1843
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    New Channel In The Cedar Rapids - We are happy to intimate that a new channel has been discovered in the Cedar Rapids by Capt. Hilliard, the experienced commander of the steamer Pioneer. The newly discovered channel is upwards of 14 feet deep, and perfectly safe - thus enabling boats ...

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    New Channel In The Cedar Rapids - We are happy to intimate that a new channel has been discovered in the Cedar Rapids by Capt. Hilliard, the experienced commander of ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), October 26, 1843
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  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), December 21, 1843
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    Beauharnois Canal Troubles - We are sorry to have received some intelligence of the state of affairs along the line of the Beauharnois Canal, which leads us to anticipate a good deal of distress, during the winter. In consequence of the neglect of agricultural pursuits, for the more ...

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    Beauharnois Canal Troubles - We are sorry to have received some intelligence of the state of affairs along the line of the Beauharnois Canal, which leads us to anticipate a ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), November 16, 1843
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  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), December 14, 1843
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    Lachine Canal - Our readers will please to notice that the time for receiving tenders for that work is again postponed until the 20th instant.

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    Lachine Canal - Our readers will please to notice that the time for receiving tenders for that work is again postponed until the 20th instant.

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  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), August 10, 1843
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    Steam Boat Row - A riot occurred on the Bay of Quinte, a few days ago, between the crew of two rival steamers - the Albion and Prince Of Wales, arising out of some disagreement. They fought with handspikes and pieces of cordwood; and one lad named Moore, nearly lost ...

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    Steam Boat Row - A riot occurred on the Bay of Quinte, a few days ago, between the crew of two rival steamers - the Albion and Prince Of Wales, ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), August 10, 1843
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    Western Port Of Entry - The Sault Ste. Mary has been appointed a Port of Entry and Clearance for the entry of goods bought or imported into Canada from any adjoining foreign country. The port includes within its limits, all that part of the coast or shore, lying between Lake ...

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    Western Port Of Entry - The Sault Ste. Mary has been appointed a Port of Entry and Clearance for the entry of goods bought or imported into Canada from any ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), August 17, 1843
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    The light house at Port Dover is nearly finished and the works in the harbor are proceeding with activity. - Ham. Jour.

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    The light house at Port Dover is nearly finished and the works in the harbor are proceeding with activity. - Ham. Jour.

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  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), August 31, 1843
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    Canada Navy - Capt. Sandom, R.N., late commander on the Canada lakes, has quitted Kingston for London, leaving Commander Fowler in command of the reduced establishment. J.B. Marks, Esq., has taken charge of the dock yard, and removes his family into the Commodore's House, vacated by ...

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    Canada Navy - Capt. Sandom, R.N., late commander on the Canada lakes, has quitted Kingston for London, leaving Commander Fowler in command of the reduced establishment. J.B. Marks, Esq., has ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), October 26, 1843
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  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), November 16, 1843
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    Accidental Drowning - We regret to state, that Mr. Thomas Duffin, lock tender at Lock No. 2, dry dock, below St.Catharines, was accidentally drowned on the 14th instant, by slipping off one of the gates into the lock; but what renders the circumstances still more distressing, if ...

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    Accidental Drowning - We regret to state, that Mr. Thomas Duffin, lock tender at Lock No. 2, dry dock, below St.Catharines, was accidentally drowned on the 14th instant, by slipping ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), November 16, 1843
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    The schooner Wynadotte, from Chicago, loaded with wheat, while at Detroit wharf, on Monday the 16th, sprung a leak, by striking against a pile, and went down in about five minutes. No lives were lost.

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    The schooner Wynadotte, from Chicago, loaded with wheat, while at Detroit wharf, on Monday the 16th, sprung a leak, by striking against a pile, and went down in about five ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), September 7, 1843
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    From Chicago To The Ocean - An account of the arrival at Quebec, of the Adventure steamer from Toronto, will be found under the head of shipping intelligence. This is the first steam vessel that has arrived at Quebec from Toronto. The tonnage of the Adventure is 53 tons, and ...

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    From Chicago To The Ocean - An account of the arrival at Quebec, of the Adventure steamer from Toronto, will be found under the head of shipping intelligence. This is ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), September 7, 1843
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    Shipping Intelligence - The steam propeller Adventure, Capt. Taylor, with about 710 barrels of flour on board, consigned to Messrs. R. Langlois & Son, of this city, arrived here, yesterday afternoon, direct from Toronto, which place she left on Thursday evening last; and we ...

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    Shipping Intelligence - The steam propeller Adventure, Capt. Taylor, with about 710 barrels of flour on board, consigned to Messrs. R. Langlois & Son, of this city, arrived here, yesterday ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), November 30, 1843
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    From Montreal Direct - The steam propeller "Adventure", Capt. Wm. Taylor, arrived her last Sabbath morning, with a cargo of goods for the merchants of this town. This is the first arrival we have had, direct from Montreal; and the merchants are highly pleased, as well with the rate of ...

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    From Montreal Direct - The steam propeller "Adventure", Capt. Wm. Taylor, arrived her last Sabbath morning, with a cargo of goods for the merchants of this town. This is the ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), December 21, 1843
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