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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 19, 1839
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    p.3 Forwarding - meeting at Montreal about need for a joint stock company to combat Forwarding combination; 3 resolutions listed. [Montreal Courier, Oct. 16th]

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    p.3 Forwarding - meeting at Montreal about need for a joint stock company to combat Forwarding combination; 3 resolutions listed. [Montreal Courier, Oct. 16th]

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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 16, 1839
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    p.2 The Great Britain, Captain Herchmer, arrived yesterday from Niagara and Oswego, being the last trip for the season. The noble vessel, after a steady and successful campaign, has retired to her winter quarters in this harbour.

    Effects of the Late Gale - On Saturday ...

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    p.2 The Great Britain, Captain Herchmer, arrived yesterday from Niagara and Oswego, being the last trip for the season. The noble vessel, after a steady and successful campaign, has ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 12, 1839
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    p.2 Trade on Welland Canal - value of business increasing. [Oswego Herald 7th quoting St. Catharines Journal]

    H.M. Steamer Medea has arrived at Quebec bringing 50 marines for service on the Upper Canada Lakes.

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    p.2 Trade on Welland Canal - value of business increasing. [Oswego Herald 7th quoting St. Catharines Journal]

    H.M. Steamer Medea has arrived at Quebec bringing 50 marines for service on ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 9, 1839
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    Prosperous Condition of Brockville.

    Launch - Yesterday afternoon a beautiful Barge of the largest dimensions of the kind yet built for these waters was launched by Mr. Parkins Ship Builder from his Dock Yard in this town. She is Called the "British ...

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    Prosperous Condition of Brockville.

    Launch - Yesterday afternoon a beautiful Barge of the largest dimensions of the kind yet built for these waters was launched by Mr. Parkins ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 5, 1839
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    p.2 Important Experiment - That excellent officer, Commander Sandom, R.N., is now trying a very important experiment with a view of introducing the use of coal as fuel on board the government steamers on the Lakes. He has lately been testing the merits of coal and wood on board ...

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    p.2 Important Experiment - That excellent officer, Commander Sandom, R.N., is now trying a very important experiment with a view of introducing the use of coal as fuel on ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 2, 1839
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    p.1 Transport Charges from New York to Kingston compared with charges from Montreal to Kingston - rates are cheaper from New York even though it is twice as far; the matter must be addressed by the Forwarders or some other solution must be found. [Brockville Recorder]

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    p.1 Transport Charges from New York to Kingston compared with charges from Montreal to Kingston - rates are cheaper from New York even though it is twice as far; ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 28, 1839
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    p.2 Public Improvements - the St. Lawrence Canal may be routed along the south side of the River from Lake St. Francis to Beauharnois, instead of proposed route by Vaudreuil; it is hoped the new Governor General pushes forward the immediate enlargement of the Welland Canal, and ...

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    p.2 Public Improvements - the St. Lawrence Canal may be routed along the south side of the River from Lake St. Francis to Beauharnois, instead of proposed route by ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 25, 1839
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    p.1 Trial at Cobourg - of rebels that came on schooner Guernsey, of Genesee, Capt. Terry.

    p.2 The New Steamer for the Bay of Quinte - We have just returned from a visit to the new steam boat now building by the Kingston Marine Railway Company, for the ...

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    p.1 Trial at Cobourg - of rebels that came on schooner Guernsey, of Genesee, Capt. Terry.

    p.2 The New Steamer for the Bay of Quinte - We have just ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 21, 1839
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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 18, 1839
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    p.2 Wreck of the American schooner New York, of Oswego, and the loss of all her Crew.

    We have a letter from Mr. Rose, of Marysburgh, saying that the wreck of the above named schooner came ashore in their harbour on the 15th instant. Two bodies have been found; all ...

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    p.2 Wreck of the American schooner New York, of Oswego, and the loss of all her Crew.

    We have a letter from Mr. Rose, of Marysburgh, saying that the wreck ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 14, 1839
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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 11, 1839
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    p.3 The Buffalo Commercial Advertiser, alluding to the recent firing upon the steamer St. Lawrence, by the Canadian armed schooner Montreal, says:

    "Since the affair referred to, Col. Worth, who is in command at Sackett's Harbour, has furnished each of the boats in the ...

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    p.3 The Buffalo Commercial Advertiser, alluding to the recent firing upon the steamer St. Lawrence, by the Canadian armed schooner Montreal, says:

    "Since the affair referred to, Col. Worth, who ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 7, 1839
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    p.2 The Brockville left this yesterday, crowded with passengers, to be present at the launch of Mr. Hamilton's new boat, the Ontario - many were from Toronto. The success of this boat is a matter of the greatest consequence to this Province. If she answers the purpose she ...

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    p.2 The Brockville left this yesterday, crowded with passengers, to be present at the launch of Mr. Hamilton's new boat, the Ontario - many were from Toronto. The success ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 4, 1839
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    p.3 A Boat Race - In consequence of a challenge from Mr. O'Brien to the Navy on this Statiion, a trial of the speed of their boats came off on Saturday last, for $100 a side. The Navy boat took the cash with the greatest possible ease.

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    p.3 A Boat Race - In consequence of a challenge from Mr. O'Brien to the Navy on this Statiion, a trial of the speed of their boats came off ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 31, 1839
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    p.3 More American Civility - A passenger on board the steamboat Hamilton informs us that on Monday morning last, just as the boat was about leaving Rochester for this place, the Captain was arrested and taken back to the city on a charge of assault and threatening the life ...

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    p.3 More American Civility - A passenger on board the steamboat Hamilton informs us that on Monday morning last, just as the boat was about leaving Rochester for this ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 28, 1839
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    Navigation of the Rapids of the St. Lawrence.

    The Hon. John Hamilton, who has done so much by his enterprise and skill for the improvement of the steam navigation of Lake Ontario, has a new steamer which will be launched on the 7th of next month. ...

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    Navigation of the Rapids of the St. Lawrence.

    The Hon. John Hamilton, who has done so much by his enterprise and skill for the improvement of the steam navigation ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 21, 1839
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    p.2 Steam Boat Accident - The Steamer Commodore Barrie, on its route to Toronto on Tuesday morning at 2 A.M., near Point Peter, saw the steamer William IV on her way from Toronto to this place, at some distance. The Barrie, as is usual, kept to the right or ...

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    p.2 Steam Boat Accident - The Steamer Commodore Barrie, on its route to Toronto on Tuesday morning at 2 A.M., near Point Peter, saw the steamer William IV on ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON),  Aug. 17, 1839
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    p.2 A Lock at St. Ann's - We have heard from authority we consider good, that the Lock at the St. Anns Rapids, will be commenced by the Government early next spring. [Bytown Gazette]

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    p.2 A Lock at St. Ann's - We have heard from authority we consider good, that the Lock at the St. Anns Rapids, will be commenced by the Government ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 14, 1839
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    p.2 American steamer St. Lawrence hailed by British armed schooner and ordered to show her colors. - "a snarling and currish sort of article" in the [Sacketts Harbor Journal]

    p.3 The steam boat Great Britain, Captain Jacob Herchmer, will resume her regular ...

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    p.2 American steamer St. Lawrence hailed by British armed schooner and ordered to show her colors. - "a snarling and currish sort of article" in the [Sacketts Harbor Journal]

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 10, 1839
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    p.2 The Ottawa Company Barge Dolphin, in passing through one of the Locks, touched upon the fragment of a rock and injured her bottom so as to cause considerable damage to the cargo. Messrs. Macpherson & Crane have in the most business like manner, agreed to settle the ...

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    p.2 The Ottawa Company Barge Dolphin, in passing through one of the Locks, touched upon the fragment of a rock and injured her bottom so as to cause considerable ...

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