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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Dec. 17, 1822
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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Dec. 3, 1822
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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Nov. 5, 1822
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    p.3 We are informed that a Durham Boat belonging to Mr. Jessee Smith of Ogdensburg, laden with Flour and Potash, was unfortunately sunk off Grand Island on Saturday last. The crew, consisting of four persons, all perished; and the loss of property is estimated at two ...

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    p.3 We are informed that a Durham Boat belonging to Mr. Jessee Smith of Ogdensburg, laden with Flour and Potash, was unfortunately sunk off Grand Island on Saturday last. ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Oct. 29, 1822
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    p.3 We learn that in the thunder storm on Monday night, October 14th, the Schooner Appelonia, belonging to Capt. Merrit of Cape Vincent, sailing on the lake off Oswego, was struck by lightning, and sunk. No lives were lost. Five persons on board were just able to get into ...

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    p.3 We learn that in the thunder storm on Monday night, October 14th, the Schooner Appelonia, belonging to Capt. Merrit of Cape Vincent, sailing on the lake off Oswego, ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Oct. 22, 1822
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    p.3 hemp being tested by H. M. Naval Yard.

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    p.3 hemp being tested by H. M. Naval Yard.

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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Oct. 1, 1822
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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 24, 1822
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    p.3 Assizes - For stealing a Boat from His Majesty's Dock Yard - Transportation for 7 years.

    - 2 men given 6 months each for stealing flour from wreck of Schooner Lady Maitland.

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    p.3 Assizes - For stealing a Boat from His Majesty's Dock Yard - Transportation for 7 years.

    - 2 men given 6 months each for stealing flour from wreck of ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 27, 1822
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    p.3 Boundary Line dispute at Long Sault and Barnhart's Island near Cornwall - a letter says that at a meeting they are proposing a memorial to the Governor General, praying for interference against ratification as it regards those two points; but the Boundary's word is ...

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    p.3 Boundary Line dispute at Long Sault and Barnhart's Island near Cornwall - a letter says that at a meeting they are proposing a memorial to the Governor General, ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 20, 1822
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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), July 16, 1822
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    p.3 part of an article about Boundary's position after the conclusion of the Boundary Commission - lists course through the Great Lakes (from Official Report of Comm. appointed by the 6th article of the Treaty of Ghent.)

    The Western Canal, ...

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    p.3 part of an article about Boundary's position after the conclusion of the Boundary Commission - lists course through the Great Lakes (from Official Report of ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), July 2, 1822
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    p.3 To be sold, and may be seen at this Office. The Elements and Practice of Naval Architecture, or a Treatise on Ship Building, Theoretical and Practical - on the best principles established in Great Britain, with copious Tables of dimensions, ...

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    p.3 To be sold, and may be seen at this Office. The Elements and Practice of Naval Architecture, or a Treatise on Ship Building, Theoretical ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), June 25, 1822
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    p.3 Serious Accident - On Sunday morning the Steam Boat Frontenac returned to this Port, having in tow the Schooner Lady Maitland, Capt. Mosier. It appears that the above vessels accidentally ran foul of each other on Saturday night, when distant from ...

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    p.3 Serious Accident - On Sunday morning the Steam Boat Frontenac returned to this Port, having in tow the Schooner Lady Maitland, Capt. Mosier. It appears ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), June 18, 1822
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    p.3 Man of War's Tackle - about how much hemp is used in a ship and how many acres to grow it.

    Died - at Sandwich, 23rd May, Mr. Samuel Hands, 23 years, served as midshipman under Commodore Barclay, and was in the celebrated naval action of ...

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    p.3 Man of War's Tackle - about how much hemp is used in a ship and how many acres to grow it.

    Died - at Sandwich, 23rd ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), June 11, 1822
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    p.3 Correction - soldier didn't drown off ferry but attempted to swim across the Ferry.

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    p.3 Correction - soldier didn't drown off ferry but attempted to swim across the Ferry.

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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), June 4, 1822
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    p.3 We are glad to perceive that the sixteen government Cottages now erecting on Point Frederick, under the superintendence of Mr. John Hynes, the contractor, are progressing rapidly. Those buildings, when completed, will not only add to the ...

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    p.3 We are glad to perceive that the sixteen government Cottages now erecting on Point Frederick, under the superintendence of Mr. John Hynes, the contractor, are ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), May 28, 1822
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    p.3 We are informed that the Engineer, Mr. Clows, and the Surveyor, Mr. Sherwood, are ordered to meet the Canal Commissioners at this place on the first of June, to commence the surveying from hence to the Ottawa, by the way of the ...

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    p.3 We are informed that the Engineer, Mr. Clows, and the Surveyor, Mr. Sherwood, are ordered to meet the Canal Commissioners at this place on the ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), May 21, 1822
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    p.3 It is rumored that the seizure of Tobacco on Carleton Island last Summer, by the Collector of this Port, has become a subject of diplomatic correspondence, as a matter of national concern, between the American Secretary of State and the ...

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    p.3 It is rumored that the seizure of Tobacco on Carleton Island last Summer, by the Collector of this Port, has become a subject of diplomatic ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), May 14, 1822
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    p.3 On Tuesday last the Steam-Boat Frontenac arrived at this port, having on board His Excellency Sir Perigrine Maitland and suite ...

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    p.3 On Tuesday last the Steam-Boat Frontenac arrived at this port, having on board His Excellency Sir Perigrine Maitland and suite ...

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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), May 7, 1822
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    LAUNCH.

    On Saturday last, the new steam boat Superior, was launched at Buffalo Creek, amidst the cheers and acclamations of a numerous concourse of spectators, assembled from this and the adjacent towns, ...

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    LAUNCH.

    On Saturday last, the new steam boat Superior, was launched at Buffalo Creek, amidst the cheers and acclamations of a numerous concourse of spectators, ...

  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), April 30, 1822
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    p.3 Tuesday the 23d inst. being the day appointed for celebrating the Birth of his Majesty George the Fourth,...a Royal Salute was fired from a Gun Boat stationed in front of the Commissioner's House....

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    p.3 Tuesday the 23d inst. being the day appointed for celebrating the Birth of his Majesty George the Fourth,...a Royal Salute was fired from a Gun Boat stationed in ...

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