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  • Durham boat Mulcaster
    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 31 Oct 1826, p. 3, column 2    

    The Durham boat Mulcaster, Thomas Chambers master, bound from Prescott to Montreal, with a valuable cargo of Ashes, Flour, Butter, &c. &. &. was upset in the Cedar Rapids, on Thursday evening. The cause of this disaster was the breaking of the steering pin, which rendered the rudder useless, and ...

    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 31 Oct 1826, p. 3, column 2  

    The Durham boat Mulcaster, Thomas Chambers master, bound from Prescott to Montreal, with a valuable cargo of Ashes, Flour, Butter, &c. &. &. was upset in the Cedar Rapids, on ...

  • Gale
    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 17 Oct 1826, p. 3, column 2    

    Gale.--A severe gale was experienced about the 1st inst. on lake Erie. The steam boats, Superior and Niagara, after lying to for two or three days under Point Abino, were obliged to return to Buffalo. The Pier constructing at Portland was entirely carried away.

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    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 17 Oct 1826, p. 3, column 2  

    Gale.--A severe gale was experienced about the 1st inst. on lake Erie. The steam boats, Superior and Niagara, after lying to for two or three days under Point Abino, were ...

  • Inland Navigation
    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 1 Aug 1826, p. 3, column 3    

    Inland Navigation--Last Friday evening our citizens were gratified with a most novel arrival. The sloop St. Clair (50 tons burthen) passed thro' the lower lock into the basin laden with peltry and ashes, from Mackinac, bound to New York! At Buffalo, the St. Clair unshipped ...

    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 1 Aug 1826, p. 3, column 3  

    Inland Navigation--Last Friday evening our citizens were gratified with a most novel arrival. The sloop St. Clair (50 tons burthen) passed thro' the lower lock into the basin laden with ...

  • Black Rock Harbor
    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 13 Jun 1826, p. 3, column 3    

    From the Buffalo Patriot, May 30.

    BLACK ROCK HARBOR

    On Saturday evening last about 130 feet of the pier at Black Rock yielded to the pressure of the water, and the basin was in a few minutes reduced to within two feet of its natural level, and ...

    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 13 Jun 1826, p. 3, column 3  

    From the Buffalo Patriot, May 30.

    BLACK ROCK HARBOR

    On Saturday evening last about 130 feet of the pier at Black Rock yielded to the pressure of the ...

  • Accident
    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 30 May 1826    

    ACCIDENT.-- We understand that a durham boat, engaged in the forwarding business of Messrs. Hooker & Henderson, of Prescott, on her way to Montreal last week, about 20 miles below this place, run against a pier built in the river near the Canada shore, and sunk. The boat was laden ...

    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 30 May 1826  

    ACCIDENT.-- We understand that a durham boat, engaged in the forwarding business of Messrs. Hooker & Henderson, of Prescott, on her way to Montreal last week, about 20 miles below ...

  • Emigrants
    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 30 May 1826, p. 1, column 5    

    Emigrants to Michigan were so numerous at Buffalo a few days since, that they were under the necessity of erecting shanties for their accommodation until boats should start for Detroit. Michigan will soon have acquired a sufficiency of population, to entitle her to the ...

    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 30 May 1826, p. 1, column 5  

    Emigrants to Michigan were so numerous at Buffalo a few days since, that they were under the necessity of erecting shanties for their accommodation until boats should start for Detroit. ...

  • Ohio Canal
    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 23 May 1826    

    Ohio Canal.--This link in the great chain of internal improvements is in a state of forwardness towards completion, and it is expected the section terminating in lake Erie will be navigable the ensuing fall. Cleveland is situated at this junction, and is making rapid strides in its ...

    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 23 May 1826  

    Ohio Canal.--This link in the great chain of internal improvements is in a state of forwardness towards completion, and it is expected the section terminating in lake Erie will be ...

  • Canal Regulations
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  • To The Public
    NewspaperText  Buffalo Emporium (Buffalo, NY), 16 Sep 1826, p. 4    
    NewspaperText  Buffalo Emporium (Buffalo, NY), 16 Sep 1826, p. 4  
  • Colonial Intelligence
    NewspaperText  Canadian Courant, 30 Sep 1826, p. 3     COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE

    KINGSTON, Sept. 13.

    Admiral Lake arrived in town on Monday morning last in the steam boat Queenston, Captain Whiting -- and in the afternoon of the same day proceeded by the same conveyance to York and Niagara, on a tour to ...

    NewspaperText  Canadian Courant, 30 Sep 1826, p. 3   COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE

    KINGSTON, Sept. 13.

    Admiral Lake arrived in town on Monday morning last in the steam boat Queenston, Captain Whiting -- and in the afternoon of the same ...

  • Another Steam-boat Accident
    NewspaperText  New York Spectator (New York, NY), 17 Nov 1826, p. 2    

    Another Steam-boat Accident.--A lette from Niagara, dated the 6th inst. informs us, that the new steam-boat Niagara, Capt. Mosier, while on her way up from Prescott, run on a rock in Lake Ontario, near Long Point. The steam-boat Queenston, Capt. Whiting, on passing ...

    NewspaperText  New York Spectator (New York, NY), 17 Nov 1826, p. 2  

    Another Steam-boat Accident.--A lette from Niagara, dated the 6th inst. informs us, that the new steam-boat Niagara, Capt. Mosier, while on her way up from Prescott, run on a rock ...

  • Steamboats
    NewspaperText  Evening Post (New York, NY), 10 Oct 1826    

    From the Brockville Recorder, Sept. 25

    STEAMBOATS.--The present seems to be the period of misfortune to the Lake and River navigation, as we think will be readily granted when we inform our readers, that the Steamboat Queenston on her trip upwards, last week, ...

    NewspaperText  Evening Post (New York, NY), 10 Oct 1826  

    From the Brockville Recorder, Sept. 25

    STEAMBOATS.--The present seems to be the period of misfortune to the Lake and River navigation, as we think will be readily granted when ...

  • Lake Ontario
    NewspaperText  Baltimore Patriot, 13 Jun 1826, p. 2    

    Lake Ontario.--We have been informed by a gentleman from Lake Ontario, that the steam boats on that lake, have been newly fitted up. The Ontario, on the American side, is still under the command of Captain Vaughn; the Frontenac, on the British side, is in charge of her old Captain, ...

    NewspaperText  Baltimore Patriot, 13 Jun 1826, p. 2  

    Lake Ontario.--We have been informed by a gentleman from Lake Ontario, that the steam boats on that lake, have been newly fitted up. The Ontario, on the American side, is ...

  • Wealth and power westward
    NewspaperText  Niles Weekly Register, 7 Oct 1826, p. 87    
    NewspaperText  Niles Weekly Register, 7 Oct 1826, p. 87  
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