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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), July 18, 1820
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    (from original at U. of T. - Robarts Library)

    p.1 ad for Storage, Forwarding and Commission Business of William Bayard Smith; has leased stores owned by Capt. Henry Murney near Custom House.

    Notice to Raftsmen - by Moses Carnahan. May 1st

    Twenty ...

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    (from original at U. of T. - Robarts Library)

    p.1 ad for Storage, Forwarding and Commission Business of William Bayard Smith; has leased stores owned by Capt. Henry Murney near ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 22, 1820
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    (missing issues until March 27th, 1821)

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    (missing issues until March 27th, 1821)

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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 1, 1820
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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), March 21, 1820
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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Jan. 4, 1820
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    (from originals at P.A.C. unless otherwise specified)

    p.2 ad for Gov't Transport for the Navy across the Two Portages from Lake Ontario to Nottawassaga Creek on Lake Huron.

    13th Dec., 1819, Ed. Laws, N.S., Naval Yard Kingston.

    p.4 Lost, or taken ...

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    p.2 ad for Gov't Transport for the Navy across the Two Portages from Lake Ontario to Nottawassaga Creek on Lake Huron.

    13th Dec., 1819, ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Dec. 29, 1820
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    p.3 The ice took on Sunday across the river and some distance out on the Lake.

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    p.3 The ice took on Sunday across the river and some distance out on the Lake.

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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Dec. 15, 1820
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    p.3 Mr. Tucker has returned from Oak Orchard with his decked boat, and has brought over the sails, rigging and crew of the Owen, together with one of the anchors and cables slipped by Captain Sinclair when he ran his vessel ashore.

    We are happy to learn, that the ...

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    p.3 Mr. Tucker has returned from Oak Orchard with his decked boat, and has brought over the sails, rigging and crew of the Owen, together with one of the ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Dec. 8, 1820
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    p.3 Accounts from Queenston state, that the greater part of the valuable cargo of the schooner Owen was shipped on the 25th ultimo., on board the Packet Richmond, of York. A few articles were totally lost. - What has been saved is of course very much damaged, as the ...

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    p.3 Accounts from Queenston state, that the greater part of the valuable cargo of the schooner Owen was shipped on the 25th ultimo., on board the Packet Richmond, of ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1820
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    p.3 The following more particular account of the late wrecks on Lake Ontario is taken from the Sacket's Harbour Gazette.

    The Schooner Triumph, Capt. Davis, with 153 barrels Salt, was driven on the Genessee bar, - vessel and cargo totally lost.

    The Schooner ...

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    p.3 The following more particular account of the late wrecks on Lake Ontario is taken from the Sacket's Harbour Gazette.

    The Schooner Triumph, Capt. Davis, with 153 barrels Salt, was ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Nov. 17, 1820
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    p.3 The schr. Franklin, captain Hayt, of Erie, of 90 tons, owned by Mr. Peter S. V. Hamor, of Erie, with a cargo of between three and four thousand dollars worth of merchandise, belonging to Mr. Hamot, and 300 bbls of salt, belonging to Mr. Bracket, of Salina, sailed ...

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    p.3 The schr. Franklin, captain Hayt, of Erie, of 90 tons, owned by Mr. Peter S. V. Hamor, of Erie, with a cargo of between three and four thousand ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Nov. 10, 1820
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    p.3 The Steam Boat Sophia having, in consequence of some accident, been prevented from crossing from Sacket's Harbor, we have not received our usual files of American papers.

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    p.3 The Steam Boat Sophia having, in consequence of some accident, been prevented from crossing from Sacket's Harbor, we have not received our usual files of American papers.

    ...
  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Nov. 3, 1820
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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Oct. 27, 1820
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    p.3 We have been requested to contradict the report in circulation respecting the Steam Boat Sophia, and to say that she will continue to ply between this port and Sacket's Harbour till the close of the navigation with as much regularity as the weather will permit.

    ...
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    p.3 We have been requested to contradict the report in circulation respecting the Steam Boat Sophia, and to say that she will continue to ply between this port and ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Oct. 20, 1820
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    p.3 We learn that during the dreadful gale of the 11th inst., the schooner Asp, from Niagara, laden with staves, was driven ashore and wrecked in Mexico Bay, near Oswego, and that of eleven persons on board, two only succeeded in reaching the shore. Two or three American ...

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    p.3 We learn that during the dreadful gale of the 11th inst., the schooner Asp, from Niagara, laden with staves, was driven ashore and wrecked in Mexico Bay, near ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Sept. 15, 1820
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    p.3 Galo Light-House - On the night of the 4th inst. the Light House recently erected on the southwest point of the Galo Island, about 16 miles from this place, was for the first time lighted. (Galoo - ed.)

    The base of the building is 4 feet above the surface ...

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    p.3 Galo Light-House - On the night of the 4th inst. the Light House recently erected on the southwest point of the Galo Island, about 16 miles from this ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Sept. 1, 1820
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    p.3

    VESSEL LOST.

    We learn from a gentleman from Pultneyville, that on the 4th inst. the Schooner Commodore Perry, from Sackett's harbor, about 20 miles out and nearly opposite the former place, was upset in a heavy gale, filled, and sunk. She was bound ...

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    p.3

    VESSEL LOST.

    We learn from a gentleman from Pultneyville, that on the 4th inst. the Schooner Commodore Perry, from Sackett's harbor, about 20 miles out and nearly opposite the ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Aug. 11, 1820
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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Aug. 4, 1820
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    p.3 York July 20th

    Launch.

    On Saturday evening, a schooner of about 60 tons built for Mr. Oates and others, was launched in this port. She went off in very fine style until she reached the water, where, from some defect in her ways, her progress was ...

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    p.3 York July 20th

    Launch.

    On Saturday evening, a schooner of about 60 tons built for Mr. Oates and others, was launched in this port. She went off in very ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 14, 1820
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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 16, 1820
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    p.3 Died - lately at Amherstburgh, Mr. Henry Davenport, late Acting Purser of His Majesty's Ship Niagara on Lake Ontario.

    We understand that 300 Royal Marines are expected from England this season to be stationed at the Naval Yard on Point Frederick. On their arrival, ...

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    p.3 Died - lately at Amherstburgh, Mr. Henry Davenport, late Acting Purser of His Majesty's Ship Niagara on Lake Ontario.

    We understand that 300 Royal Marines are expected from England ...

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