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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), May 10, 1861, page 3
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    The schooner Alpha cleared from Hamilton on the 3rd instant for Kingston with 15,259 bushels of No. 1 Spring wheat. This is the first cargo of the season from

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    The schooner Alpha cleared from Hamilton on the 3rd instant for Kingston with 15,259 bushels of No. 1 Spring wheat. This is the first ...

  • Globe (Toronto, ON), June 1, 1861, page 3
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    Launch At Hamilton - On Thursday evening, at five o'clock, the new screw-steam tug Hero was launched at Cook's Wharf. She went most beautifully off the slip without any accident ...

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    Launch At Hamilton - On Thursday evening, at five o'clock, the new screw-steam tug Hero was launched at Cook's Wharf. She went most beautifully ...

  • Globe (Toronto, ON), May 10, 1861, page 3
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    The schooner Alpha cleared from Hamilton on the 3rd instant for Kingston with 15,259 bushels of No. 1 Spring wheat. This is the first cargo of the season from Chicago via Sarnia and G.W.R.. The Alpha was built this year at Oakville by Messrs. Duncan Chisholm and John Simpson and ...

    TextNewspaper    

    The schooner Alpha cleared from Hamilton on the 3rd instant for Kingston with 15,259 bushels of No. 1 Spring wheat. This is the first cargo of the season from Chicago ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), March 28, 1861
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    A Strike - The ship carpenters and caulkers of this town, and also of Port Dalhousie and Port Robinson, struck this morning for an advance in wages. They demand $1.75 per diem, instead of $1.50, which has been the wages for some time back. They also require weekly payments of ...

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    A Strike - The ship carpenters and caulkers of this town, and also of Port Dalhousie and Port Robinson, struck this morning for an advance in wages. They demand $1.75 ...

  • Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), April 8, 1861
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    A Monster Canal Boat. - The largest canal boat we have ever seen, and we think the largest afloat, was launched on Saturday from the boat yard of Samuel Miller of this city. The new boat is called the Abraham Lincoln, bears a handsome portrate of "Old Abe" on the ...

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    A Monster Canal Boat. - The largest canal boat we have ever seen, and we think the largest afloat, was launched on Saturday from the boat yard of Samuel Miller ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), June 20, 1861.
    TextNewspaper       St. Catharines, Monday, June 17 --Fire at Port Robinson: Abbey's Ship-yard Destroyed.

    We understand that the workshops in Messrs. J.P. and J. Abbey's Ship Yard, Port Robinson, were set fire to last night, and completely destroyed. The loss is not stated, nor if there was ...

    TextNewspaper     St. Catharines, Monday, June 17 --Fire at Port Robinson: Abbey's Ship-yard Destroyed.

    We understand that the workshops in Messrs. J.P. and J. Abbey's Ship Yard, Port Robinson, were set fire ...

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 3 April 1861
    TextNewspaper       Spring WalkI

    The Editor is too much of a cripple just now to take his annual Spring Walk, that must be postponed until he is able to stump about the Wharves and Docks again.--Meanwhile our readers must content themselves with a brief account of what is going forward in the ...

    TextNewspaper     Spring WalkI

    The Editor is too much of a cripple just now to take his annual Spring Walk, that must be postponed until he is able to stump about the ...

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