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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Dec. 29, 1826
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    p.3 We are happy to learn that His Majesty's Government, with its characteristic liberality, has granted £16,000 sterling, a sum nearly equal to £20,000 currency, to the Welland Canal Company, on the condition that all government boats will be allowed to pass through the ...

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    p.3 We are happy to learn that His Majesty's Government, with its characteristic liberality, has granted £16,000 sterling, a sum nearly equal to £20,000 currency, to the Welland Canal ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Dec. 15, 1826
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    p.2 Provincial Parliament - in his speech to open Session, the Lieutenant Governor mentions the progress on Rideau and Welland Canals. [U.C. Gazette]

    p.3 steamer Dalhousie arrived last Sunday.

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    p.2 Provincial Parliament - in his speech to open Session, the Lieutenant Governor mentions the progress on Rideau and Welland Canals. [U.C. Gazette]

    p.3 steamer Dalhousie arrived last Sunday.

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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Dec. 8, 1826
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    p.2 We regret to learn that the Steamboat Niagara is still on the shoal off Poplar Point. The Dalhousie left this port for Prescott, yesterday morning - it being, we understand, her last trip for this season.

    The Charlotte is also laid up - and is, we are informed, to ...

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    p.2 We regret to learn that the Steamboat Niagara is still on the shoal off Poplar Point. The Dalhousie left this port for Prescott, yesterday morning - it being, ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Dec. 1, 1826
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    p.3 The Steam-Boat Niagara - We regret to learn that this vessel still remains on the shoal off Poplar Point. The Engine was taken out of her some days ago, and active preparations are now making to have her removed to some favourable situation on Poplar Point, where it ...

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    p.3 The Steam-Boat Niagara - We regret to learn that this vessel still remains on the shoal off Poplar Point. The Engine was taken out of her some days ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Nov. 10, 1826
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    p.3 The weather has of late been squally and boisterous. The steam-boat Niagara, on the 2nd instant, unfortunately got upon a shoal off Long Point, where, we understand, she still remains.

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    p.3 The weather has of late been squally and boisterous. The steam-boat Niagara, on the 2nd instant, unfortunately got upon a shoal off Long Point, where, we understand, she ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Nov. 3, 1826
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    p.2 The Western Lakes - gives dimensions and depth of the five great lakes. [American paper]

    Rideau Canal - mentions bridge to be built at Chaudiere Falls, entrance of canal near the Falls of the Rideau, and a description of the site of Bytown. (full column) [Montreal ...

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    p.2 The Western Lakes - gives dimensions and depth of the five great lakes. [American paper]

    Rideau Canal - mentions bridge to be built at Chaudiere Falls, entrance of canal ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Oct. 27, 1826
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    p.2 American Canals - Extract from the evidence of H.J. Bolton Esq., Solicitor-General of Upper Canada; effects of Erie canal on trade; the effects that Welland canal now building will have on trade of Erie canal, etc. (2 columns)

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    p.2 American Canals - Extract from the evidence of H.J. Bolton Esq., Solicitor-General of Upper Canada; effects of Erie canal on trade; the effects that Welland canal now building ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Oct. 6, 1826
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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Sept. 29, 1826
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    p.2 The steam boat Frontenac returned yesterday from Niagara, having, notwithstanding the heavy north easterly gale on Saturday last, succeeded in landing the Chief Justice and Solicitor General at Cobourg; and having brought down Admiral Lake, and the party which ...

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    p.2 The steam boat Frontenac returned yesterday from Niagara, having, notwithstanding the heavy north easterly gale on Saturday last, succeeded in landing the Chief Justice and Solicitor General at ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Sept. 22, 1826
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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Sept. 15, 1826
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    p.2 We regret to learn that the Steam Boat Dalhousie, on her way downwards yesterday evening, when within six miles of Prescott, came in contact with the Niagara, Capt. Mosier, - the former was very materially damaged - and was immediately towed to Prescott by the Niagara. ...

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    p.2 We regret to learn that the Steam Boat Dalhousie, on her way downwards yesterday evening, when within six miles of Prescott, came in contact with the Niagara, Capt. ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Sept. 1, 1826
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    p.3 Sir Peregrine Maitland arrives on Frontenac on Monday, leaves on Frontenac for York on Wednesday.

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    p.3 Sir Peregrine Maitland arrives on Frontenac on Monday, leaves on Frontenac for York on Wednesday.

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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Aug. 18, 1826
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    p.2 Improvement of the Gananoque River - a plan to make it navigable from Beverley to Gananoque - a circular by Mr. Hartwell

    Desjardins Canal - The whole of the stock of this undertaking is said to be already taken up. The object of the Canal is to connect the ...

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    p.2 Improvement of the Gananoque River - a plan to make it navigable from Beverley to Gananoque - a circular by Mr. Hartwell

    Desjardins Canal - The whole of the ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Aug. 11, 1826
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    p.2 We regret to learn that the Steam Boat Niagara had her machinery injured in crossing the lake, and had to put into Bath yesterday, where she still remains.

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    p.2 We regret to learn that the Steam Boat Niagara had her machinery injured in crossing the lake, and had to put into Bath yesterday, where she still remains.

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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Aug. 4, 1826
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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 21, 1826
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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 14, 1826
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    p.2 the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, Sir Peregrine Maitland, visits the canal to Burlington Bay.

    Opening of the Burlington Canal.

    This ceremony took place on Saturday the 1st instant, and the novelty of such a thing in U. Canada attracted a ...

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    p.2 the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, Sir Peregrine Maitland, visits the canal to Burlington Bay.

    Opening of the Burlington Canal.

    This ceremony took place on Saturday the 1st instant, and ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 7, 1826
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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 30, 1826
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    p.3 Donald Bethune, Esq. is appointed a Commissioner of His Majesty's Customs at the Port of Kingston.

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    p.3 Donald Bethune, Esq. is appointed a Commissioner of His Majesty's Customs at the Port of Kingston.

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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 23, 1826
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    p.2 Canal from Kingston to the Ottawa - editorial comment on need for this canal. [Montreal Courant]

    p.3 The Queenston steam boat, Capt. Whiting, arrived here this forenoon from Niagara, having on board two detachments of the 76th Regiment....

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    p.2 Canal from Kingston to the Ottawa - editorial comment on need for this canal. [Montreal Courant]

    p.3 The Queenston steam boat, Capt. Whiting, arrived here this forenoon from ...

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