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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 25, 1841
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    p.2 Niagara Harbour and Dock Company - We have much pleasure in being able to assure the public that the Niagara Harbor and Dock Company have made arrangements with the Bank of Upper Canada for the redemption of their notes now in circulation and that no fear whatever need ...

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    p.2 Niagara Harbour and Dock Company - We have much pleasure in being able to assure the public that the Niagara Harbor and Dock Company have made arrangements with ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 22, 1841
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    p.2 The Rise and Fall of the Waters of the Great Lakes [Journal of Commerce]

    Celebration of Birth of Prince - Order of the Day - Third - At the hour of 11 o'clock precisely, the splendid Steamer just built by Capt. Gildersleeve , will be launched from the Kingston ...

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    p.2 The Rise and Fall of the Waters of the Great Lakes [Journal of Commerce]

    Celebration of Birth of Prince - Order of the Day - Third - At the ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 18, 1841
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    p.2 In Chancery - Counter vs Macpherson, Crane and Ferguson over lease on property - still problems arising from fire of April 18th, 1840. [News]

    p.3 We have much pleasure in learning from our enterprising Townsman, Captain Gildersleeve, that on ...

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    p.2 In Chancery - Counter vs Macpherson, Crane and Ferguson over lease on property - still problems arising from fire of April 18th, 1840. [News]

    p.3 We have much ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 15, 1841
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    p.2 The Lakes - There is no little alarm felt along the lakes because of the great fall of water which has been for a year or two and still is in progress. Since 1836 the water in our river has fallen more than three feet, and it is ...

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    p.2 The Lakes - There is no little alarm felt along the lakes because of the great fall of water which has been for a year or two and ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 8, 1841
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    p.2 New Steamer from this Port - The increase of travel through our village, by means of our morning and evening lines of packet boats on the Oswego canal, has proved the necessity of corresponding facilities on Lake Ontario. For this purpose a steamer of the largest class, and ...

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    p.2 New Steamer from this Port - The increase of travel through our village, by means of our morning and evening lines of packet boats on the Oswego canal, ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 4, 1841
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    Application of Ericson's Propeller To Sailing Vessels.

    We have, with great satisfaction, visited the new American Vessel Vandalia in company with a friend who combines practical with scientific knowledge, and by whose assistance we are enabled to ...

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    Application of Ericson's Propeller To Sailing Vessels.

    We have, with great satisfaction, visited the new American Vessel Vandalia in company with a friend who combines practical with scientific knowledge, ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 1, 1841
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    p.2 St. Andrew's Society meeting - Hamilton toasted as "Cunard of Lake Ontario".

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    p.2 St. Andrew's Society meeting - Hamilton toasted as "Cunard of Lake Ontario".

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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 27, 1841
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    p.2 Kingston Police Court - Thursday, 25th November - Mr. George Ives was fined 1 Pound 5s. for an assault upon Mr. William Steers, under the petty trespass act.

    Friday, 26th November - Capt. Herchmer, Capt. Moran, Messrs. Gunn, Dobbs, and Steers, were fined, under the ...

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    p.2 Kingston Police Court - Thursday, 25th November - Mr. George Ives was fined 1 Pound 5s. for an assault upon Mr. William Steers, under the petty trespass act.

    Friday, ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1841
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    p.2 Late in Oct. the schooner "Windsor of Kingston" was lying at anchor off the Rond Eau, nearly opposite Chatham, Western District, for the purpose of loading with staves. The Lake was calm - not a ripple disturbed its surface. But in a moment, one of the squalls to ...

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    p.2 Late in Oct. the schooner "Windsor of Kingston" was lying at anchor off the Rond Eau, nearly opposite Chatham, Western District, for the purpose of loading with staves. ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 20, 1841
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    p.2 Ericson Propellers - We have been much gratified in learning from one of the spirited proprietors of the barges which have been fitted up with this machinery, that they have answered their fullest expectations; and the circumstance of one of the barges (herself heavily ...

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    p.2 Ericson Propellers - We have been much gratified in learning from one of the spirited proprietors of the barges which have been fitted up with this machinery, that ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 17, 1841
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    p.2 Last Wednesday morning the body of a man was found floating under the stern of a Schooner lying at Hooker & Henderson's wharf. An Inquest was held the same day: there being no one present to identify the body, the jury returned the verdict of "Found Drowned." The ...

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    p.2 Last Wednesday morning the body of a man was found floating under the stern of a Schooner lying at Hooker & Henderson's wharf. An Inquest was held the ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 13, 1841
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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 10, 1841
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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov.  6, 1841
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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 3, 1841
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    p.2 Captain Joseph Whitney - The death of this gentleman was lately briefly mentioned in this paper. We have much pleasure in publishing the following obituary notice on the subject, from the Correspondence of the Commercial Advertiser. Captain Whitney possessed the respect and ...

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    p.2 Captain Joseph Whitney - The death of this gentleman was lately briefly mentioned in this paper. We have much pleasure in publishing the following obituary notice on the ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 30, 1841
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    p.2 His Excellency Sir Richard Jackson, Administrator of the Government and Suite proceeded to Prescott, yesterday morning, in H.M. Steamer Traveller, Captain Harper R.N. en route for Quebec. His Excellency will descend the rapids of the St. Lawrence in one of the Ericson ...

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    p.2 His Excellency Sir Richard Jackson, Administrator of the Government and Suite proceeded to Prescott, yesterday morning, in H.M. Steamer Traveller, Captain Harper R.N. en route for Quebec. His ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 27, 1841
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    p.1 letter to editor of the Quebec Gazette about navigation of St. Lawrence and Western Lakes - enlarging St. Lawrence canal locks would be a boon to commerce with England.

    p.2 Accident to the Royal Mail Steamer Niagara - We regret extremely that this ...

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    p.1 letter to editor of the Quebec Gazette about navigation of St. Lawrence and Western Lakes - enlarging St. Lawrence canal locks would be a boon to commerce with ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 23, 1841
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    p.2 On Friday the 16th inst., as the schooner John Simpson of Whitby was on her passage from Oswego to Kingston, and soon after leaving the former port, she encountered a heavy gale, in whch she lost both her masts. The Express steamer passed by at the time, and ...

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    p.2 On Friday the 16th inst., as the schooner John Simpson of Whitby was on her passage from Oswego to Kingston, and soon after leaving the former port, she ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 20, 1841
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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 16, 1841
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    p.1 Trial of Alexander McLeod - (cont'd)

    p.3 Coroner's Inquests - Another Inquest was held yesterday on the body of Robert Maltman. The deceased was a Fireman on board the Government steam barge Union. It appeared in evidence that the deceased went on board ...

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    p.1 Trial of Alexander McLeod - (cont'd)

    p.3 Coroner's Inquests - Another Inquest was held yesterday on the body of Robert Maltman. The deceased was a Fireman on board ...

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