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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 2, 1815
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    p.3 We are happy to contradict the statement given in our last respecting the loss of the vessel on Lake Ontario, having on board a number of merchants. The vessel which was supposed to be the one lost, and on board which a number of merchants took passage at ...

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    p.3 We are happy to contradict the statement given in our last respecting the loss of the vessel on Lake Ontario, having on board a number of merchants. The ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 25, 1815
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    p.3 Last Wedesday night we experienced a fierce gale from the Southwest, attended however, with but little rain. Much anxiety is expressed for the safety of vessels and boats on the Lake, which we are fearful must have suffered considerably. Three schrs. we are told left this ...

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    p.3 Last Wedesday night we experienced a fierce gale from the Southwest, attended however, with but little rain. Much anxiety is expressed for the safety of vessels and boats ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 7, 1815
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    p.3 London, Aug. 22nd.

    Naval Court Martial - On Monday week a Court Martial was held at Portsmouth, on Capt. Stephen Popham, late acting Capt. of the Montreal, in the Lakes in Canada, for having, contrary to a verbal order of Com. Sir James Lucas Yeo, attacked a flotilla ...

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    p.3 London, Aug. 22nd.

    Naval Court Martial - On Monday week a Court Martial was held at Portsmouth, on Capt. Stephen Popham, late acting Capt. of the Montreal, in ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 26, 1815
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    p.3 channel formed - the first part of an article from July 18th paper.

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    p.3 channel formed - the first part of an article from July 18th paper.

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 12, 1815
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    p.3 Melancholy Accident - On Monday evening 4th inst. Mr. Perry Reed, Master of the Schooner Dolphin, Pultney Ville, N.Y. bound to this port; unfortunately fell overboard. - The darkness of night rendered all human efforts vain to save him from an untimely death and watery grave. ...

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    p.3 Melancholy Accident - On Monday evening 4th inst. Mr. Perry Reed, Master of the Schooner Dolphin, Pultney Ville, N.Y. bound to this port; unfortunately fell overboard. - The ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 5, 1815
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    p.3 Execution - of ship carpenter who murdered his half-sister.

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    p.3 Execution - of ship carpenter who murdered his half-sister.

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 18, 1815
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    p.3 One Hundred Dollars Reward - for return of pocket book containing money and the Register of the Schooner, called the Eliza Ann.

    John Bowker, Kingston, July 18th, 1816.

    Erie, Pa., June 7th - A channel has been formed by the rise of Lake Erie, across the upper end ...

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    p.3 One Hundred Dollars Reward - for return of pocket book containing money and the Register of the Schooner, called the Eliza Ann.

    John Bowker, Kingston, July 18th, 1816.

    Erie, Pa., ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 29, 1815
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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 20, 1815
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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 13, 1815
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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 5, 1815
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    p.3 York, May 20th - His Excellency the Provisional Lieut. Gov. has been pleased to appoint John Warren, Esq. to be Collector of Customs at Fort Erie vice John Warren, Senior, deceased.

    Yesterday being the King's Birthday, a Royal Salute was fired by the Field Artillery, ...

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    p.3 York, May 20th - His Excellency the Provisional Lieut. Gov. has been pleased to appoint John Warren, Esq. to be Collector of Customs at Fort Erie vice John ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 13, 1815
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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 15, 1815
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    p.3 Arrived, on Monday evening last, the American Schooner Lady of the Lake. Major General Brown, of the American army, and Commodore Chauncey of the Navy, came passengers on board.

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    p.3 Arrived, on Monday evening last, the American Schooner Lady of the Lake. Major General Brown, of the American army, and Commodore Chauncey of the Navy, came passengers on ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 1, 1815
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    p.2 When the news of peace reached Sacket's Harbor, 600 ship carpenters were at work upon one ship of 98 guns, one of 74 guns, and a frigate of 44 guns. The keels had been laid, and the other work in some forwardness... [Baltimore Gazette]

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    p.2 When the news of peace reached Sacket's Harbor, 600 ship carpenters were at work upon one ship of 98 guns, one of 74 guns, and a frigate of ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), March 25, 1815
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  • Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., Aug. 30, 1815
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    Seneca Locks. - We have the satisfaction to state, that on the 23rd inst. the first Boat (about 70 feet in length) went through the two upper locks on the Seneca Falls, loaded with upwards of one hundred persons. In presence of a great number of spectators, ...

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    Seneca Locks. - We have the satisfaction to state, that on the 23rd inst. the first Boat (about 70 feet in length) went through the two upper locks on ...

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  • Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., Jan. 11, 1815
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    A letter from Sacket's Harbor, dated Dec. 13, states there has lately arrived at that place, a lieutenant of the British Navy, a deserter from Canada. He commanded the brig Linnet, which was burnt last summer at the head of Lake Ontario, to prevent her falling into our hands. He ...

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    A letter from Sacket's Harbor, dated Dec. 13, states there has lately arrived at that place, a lieutenant of the British Navy, a deserter from Canada. He commanded the brig ...

  • Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., Jan. 4, 1815
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    Mr. Brown, Ship-builder, from New-York, with a number of hands, have passed through this city, for Sacket's Harbor - to proceed immediately to the building of several large ships at that place - Report says, one of 120 guns, a 74, &c.&c. - Albany Gazette.

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    Mr. Brown, Ship-builder, from New-York, with a number of hands, have passed through this city, for Sacket's Harbor - to proceed immediately to the building of several large ships at ...

  • Dolphin (Schooner), master overboard, 4 Sep 1815
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