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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 22, 1838
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    p.2 The Weather - ice has taken on Bay and river in front of the town.

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    p.2 The Weather - ice has taken on Bay and river in front of the town.

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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 12, 1838
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    p.1 Distressing Accident - (same as Nov. 17th)

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    p.1 Distressing Accident - (same as Nov. 17th)

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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 8, 1838
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    p.1 letter to editor of Brockville Gazette, from Samuel Crane, denying involvement with rebels.

    p.2 Shipwreck - It is with the most serious regret, that we find it our duty to record the loss, on Lake Erie, of the schooner Adelaide, belonging to Messrs. H. ...

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    p.1 letter to editor of Brockville Gazette, from Samuel Crane, denying involvement with rebels.

    p.2 Shipwreck - It is with the most serious regret, that we find it our ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 5, 1838
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    p.2 A Thrilling Incident - Among the perilous scenes of the heavy gale which caused such wide spread disaster to our lake shipping, a fortnight since, one has come to our knowledge equalling in interest the most highly rought tale of fiction. In that fearful night the steam boat ...

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    p.2 A Thrilling Incident - Among the perilous scenes of the heavy gale which caused such wide spread disaster to our lake shipping, a fortnight since, one has come ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 1, 1838
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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1838
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    p.1 Extracts from American Journals - Steamboat Great Britain Burnt - at wharf at Kingston. [Onondago Standard] (not true)

    - American steamer Paul Pry said to be seized by steamboat Oneida.

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    p.1 Extracts from American Journals - Steamboat Great Britain Burnt - at wharf at Kingston. [Onondago Standard] (not true)

    - American steamer Paul Pry said to be seized by steamboat ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 21, 1838
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    p.2 details of the Battle of the Windmill given; steamer United States driven back into Ogdensburgh by little steamer Experiment, Capt. Fowell. [Upper Canada Gazette, Extra Nov. 16th]

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    p.2 details of the Battle of the Windmill given; steamer United States driven back into Ogdensburgh by little steamer Experiment, Capt. Fowell. [Upper Canada Gazette, Extra Nov. 16th]

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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 17, 1838
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    p.2 Distressing Accident - at Point au Pelee Island - drowning occurs from small sailboat. [Western Herald, Nov. 16th]

    p.3 steam boat St. George arrives from Toronto and Oswego.

    The Result of the Expedition - Capt. Sandom, R.N., with two gunboats and a ...

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    p.2 Distressing Accident - at Point au Pelee Island - drowning occurs from small sailboat. [Western Herald, Nov. 16th]

    p.3 steam boat St. George arrives from Toronto and Oswego.

    The ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 14, 1838
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    p.3 Effects of a Week's Sympathy - Patriots proceeded to Grenadier Island on steamer United States, and then down river; the Battle of the Windmill takes place at Prescott, at which the Cobourg, Telegraph, Queen Victoria, Experiment are involved.

    steamers Brockville and ...

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    p.3 Effects of a Week's Sympathy - Patriots proceeded to Grenadier Island on steamer United States, and then down river; the Battle of the Windmill takes place at Prescott, ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 10, 1838
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    p.2 Schooner Red Rover - The schooner Red Rover, with a valuable cargo, was entirely lost on Wednesday night during the severe gale, at Scobell's Wharf.

    The steamer Brockville got aground at the foot of Grenadier Island, on her last trip downward. Assistance has been sent ...

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    p.2 Schooner Red Rover - The schooner Red Rover, with a valuable cargo, was entirely lost on Wednesday night during the severe gale, at Scobell's Wharf.

    The steamer Brockville got ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 7, 1838
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    p.2 The Navy - Arrived - Her Majesty's hired steamer Queen Victoria, Lieut. Harper, from a cruise, with 2 gunboats in tow.

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    p.2 The Navy - Arrived - Her Majesty's hired steamer Queen Victoria, Lieut. Harper, from a cruise, with 2 gunboats in tow.

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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 3, 1838
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    p.2 Royal Navy - Captains Drew and Graham have been called into the Service, as well as Lieutenants Harper and Clarke. Lieutenant Harper has already proceeded on a cruise in the splendid steamer Queen Victoria. Lieutenant Clarke has gone to join the squadron on Lake Erie. The ...

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    p.2 Royal Navy - Captains Drew and Graham have been called into the Service, as well as Lieutenants Harper and Clarke. Lieutenant Harper has already proceeded on a cruise ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 31, 1838
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    p.2 We regret to hear that serious losses have been sustained in the late gales on Lake Ontario. The Schooner Harriet, with a cargo from Oswego to this port, was driven on shore on the 20th and part of the cargo washed away. And the Margaret, with a full ...

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    p.2 We regret to hear that serious losses have been sustained in the late gales on Lake Ontario. The Schooner Harriet, with a cargo from Oswego to this port, ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 24, 1838
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    p.2 The steamer Traveller arrived here this morning from Toronto, having landed at Oswego an officer of the Army, who was the bearer of despatches to the British Minister at Washington.

    The Traveller is now in the employ of the Provincial Government, and is at this ...

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    p.2 The steamer Traveller arrived here this morning from Toronto, having landed at Oswego an officer of the Army, who was the bearer of despatches to the British Minister ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 20, 1838
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    p.1 The Steam Boat Cynthia Burnt - On Saturday last the Steam Boat Cynthia, commanded by J.H. Hudson, when two miles this side of Amherstburgh, on her way to Sandwich, was discovered to be on fire. So rapidly did the flames spread over the upper works, that it was ...

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    p.1 The Steam Boat Cynthia Burnt - On Saturday last the Steam Boat Cynthia, commanded by J.H. Hudson, when two miles this side of Amherstburgh, on her way to ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 13, 1838
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    p.2 Kingston Marine Railway - It affords us great pleasure to notice that this highly useful work is this season, like the past, in full and successful operation. The trifling accident that occurred in the launching of the St. George steamer last Spring, did not for a moment ...

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    p.2 Kingston Marine Railway - It affords us great pleasure to notice that this highly useful work is this season, like the past, in full and successful operation. The ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 26, 1838
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    p.2 Rise of the Lakes - Lake Erie is about 4 feet higher than in 1825, and Lake Ontario about 6 1/2 feet higher than in 1825. [Journal of Commerce]

    Launch - We were very much gratified on Thursday last, at beholding the launch, from the ship-yard in this town, ...

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    p.2 Rise of the Lakes - Lake Erie is about 4 feet higher than in 1825, and Lake Ontario about 6 1/2 feet higher than in 1825. [Journal of ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 15, 1838
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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 12, 1838
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    p.3 We understand that an arrangement has been entered into by the different steamboat proprietors, by which the Kingston will be withdrawn from the River, and the Brockville and the Dolphin will run between Kingston and the Long Sault, and the William IV will go no further ...

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    p.3 We understand that an arrangement has been entered into by the different steamboat proprietors, by which the Kingston will be withdrawn from the River, and the Brockville and ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 8, 1838
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    p.2 a proposal to open a communication to Lake Huron via Ottawa River, brought to attention of Governor General Lord Durham, and his reply.

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    p.2 a proposal to open a communication to Lake Huron via Ottawa River, brought to attention of Governor General Lord Durham, and his reply.

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