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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Dec. 28, 1819
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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Dec. 21, 1819
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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Nov. 9, 1819
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    p.3 the route from Falls of Niagara, down Lake Ontario, St. Lawrence, and Lake Champlain to Albany has become a fashionable tour...

    It is reported that a Steam Boat will be prepared by next season for the navigation of that part of the St. Lawrence which expands into Lake ...

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    p.3 the route from Falls of Niagara, down Lake Ontario, St. Lawrence, and Lake Champlain to Albany has become a fashionable tour...

    It is reported that a Steam Boat will ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Nov. 2, 1819
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    p.3 N.Y. State Canal - part is completed from Utica to Rome.

    Montreal, Oct. 23rd - New Steam Boat - On Tuesday last the new steam boat Ottawa, built at the head of the Long Sault in the Ottawa, having received her engine at Lachine made a trip of about ...

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    p.3 N.Y. State Canal - part is completed from Utica to Rome.

    Montreal, Oct. 23rd - New Steam Boat - On Tuesday last the new steam boat Ottawa, built at ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Oct. 26, 1819
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    p.3 On the evening of the 19th inst. the schr. Rambler, from Sackets Harbor, laden with Pot Ash and Pork, was driven ashore on the upper end of Wolfe Island. The vessel and cargo much damaged; but the passengers (of which there were several) all escaped in safety.

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    p.3 On the evening of the 19th inst. the schr. Rambler, from Sackets Harbor, laden with Pot Ash and Pork, was driven ashore on the upper end of Wolfe ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Oct. 5, 1819
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    p.3 Last Sunday morning (Oct 3rd) three Steam Boats left the port of Kingston, within a few minutes of each other. The Frontenac, for York and Niagara; the Charlotte, for the Bay of Quinte; and the Sophia for Sacket's Harbor. The preceding day, we understand, the Steam ...

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    p.3 Last Sunday morning (Oct 3rd) three Steam Boats left the port of Kingston, within a few minutes of each other. The Frontenac, for York and Niagara; the Charlotte, ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 28, 1819
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    p.3 Drowned - Mr. Peter Onstend? carpenter of H.M. ship Montreal, 29, when 3 people upset in a small boat between Kingston and Point Frederick.

    -La Chine Canal - meeting to elect officers postponed. [Can. Courant]

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    p.3 Drowned - Mr. Peter Onstend? carpenter of H.M. ship Montreal, 29, when 3 people upset in a small boat between Kingston and Point Frederick.

    -La Chine Canal - meeting ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 31, 1819
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    p.3 Melancholy Accident - 10 people drown crossing Hay Bay.

    -Commissioner Barry & suite leave for York in a small Barge.

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    p.3 Melancholy Accident - 10 people drown crossing Hay Bay.

    -Commissioner Barry & suite leave for York in a small Barge.

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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 24, 1819
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    p.2 Commissioners under the Treaty of Ghent have finished survey of the Niagara River. The U.S. schooner Ghent is waiting to take Gen. Porter up the lake. [Niagara Pat.]

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    p.2 Commissioners under the Treaty of Ghent have finished survey of the Niagara River. The U.S. schooner Ghent is waiting to take Gen. Porter up the lake. [Niagara Pat.]

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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 17, 1819
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    p.3 U.S. navy and army officers arrive in Lady of the Lake and dine with the commissioner of the Navy.

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    p.3 U.S. navy and army officers arrive in Lady of the Lake and dine with the commissioner of the Navy.

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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 10, 1819
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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 3, 1819
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    p.3 First meeting of Lachine canal stock proprietors to be held. [Courant]

    Team Boat - powered by horses on two pontoons. [Courant]

    -accident to machinery of steam boat Sophia.

    -meeting at Montreal on 26th ult. appoints a 9-member committee to manage Lachine ...

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    p.3 First meeting of Lachine canal stock proprietors to be held. [Courant]

    Team Boat - powered by horses on two pontoons. [Courant]

    -accident to machinery of steam boat Sophia.

    -meeting at Montreal ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), July 27, 1819
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    p.3 A port of entry and clearance has been established at the mouth of Smith's Creek, in the District of Newcastle, to be called Port Hope.

    Statutes of Upper Canada - an act granting to his Majesty a sum of money for the survey of the waters of the St. ...

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    p.3 A port of entry and clearance has been established at the mouth of Smith's Creek, in the District of Newcastle, to be called Port Hope.

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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), July 20, 1819
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    p.2 An Act to Alter and amend the laws now in force for levying and collecting light house and tonnage duties, and to relieve vessels propelled by steam from paying the said duty on the space occupied by the engine, machinery and fuel. Passed 27th Nov. 1818

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    p.2 An Act to Alter and amend the laws now in force for levying and collecting light house and tonnage duties, and to relieve vessels propelled by steam from ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), July 13, 1819
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    p.2 Mr. Editor - By copying the following article from the Niagara Gleaner you will oblige. A Subscriber

    We are surprised that notwithstanding a late act of Parliament made to regulate trade between this province & U.S. a certain kind of manufacture ...

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    p.2 Mr. Editor - By copying the following article from the Niagara Gleaner you will oblige. A Subscriber

    We are surprised that notwithstanding a late act of Parliament made to ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), June 29, 1819
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    p.3 Improvements to be made to harbour at Buffalo.

    Steam Boats - The facilities for travel and transportation afforded by steam navigation on almost all navigable waters may be estimated from what we enjoy in Kingston. - This town is now accommodated by three steam boats; ...

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    p.3 Improvements to be made to harbour at Buffalo.

    Steam Boats - The facilities for travel and transportation afforded by steam navigation on almost all navigable waters may be estimated ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), June 22, 1819
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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), June 15, 1819
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    p.3 Marine List - Port of Kingston - Arrived; Sailed (June 8th-14th)

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    p.3 Marine List - Port of Kingston - Arrived; Sailed (June 8th-14th)

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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), June 1, 1819
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    p.3 Books opened for sale of stock in Lachine Canal on 29th. [Mont. Herald]

    -lst meeting of stockholders of Chambly Canal held on 17th. [ibid]

    Marine List - Port of Kingston - Arrived; Sailed (May 25th-31st)

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    p.3 Books opened for sale of stock in Lachine Canal on 29th. [Mont. Herald]

    -lst meeting of stockholders of Chambly Canal held on 17th. [ibid]

    Marine List - Port of Kingston ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), May 25, 1819
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    p.3 On Monday last, arrived at La Chine, the new steam boat, (which is intended to ply between that place and the Ottawa River) to take in her engine. [Canadian Courant]

    A Steam Boat has lately been built in the Lower Province, for the purpose of plying between Lachine and ...

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    p.3 On Monday last, arrived at La Chine, the new steam boat, (which is intended to ply between that place and the Ottawa River) to take in her engine. ...

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