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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Nov. 7, 1848
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Sept. 5, 1848
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Aug 29, 1848
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    p.2 Donation from the Captain of the Magnet - Capt. Sutherland gave 2 pounds 10s. to Sabbath School Excursion Party to Queenston. [Christian Guardian]

    Steam Outdone - Messrs. McPherson & Crane's Schooner Governor, Capt. W.R. Taylor, master, left Kingston on Wednesday, ...

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    p.2 Donation from the Captain of the Magnet - Capt. Sutherland gave 2 pounds 10s. to Sabbath School Excursion Party to Queenston. [Christian Guardian]

    Steam Outdone - Messrs. McPherson & ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Aug. 25, 1848
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    p.3 Yesterdays Excursion - We regret to learn that the pleasure anticipated from yesterday's excursion was somewhat marred by the grounding of the Queen Victoria on one of the numerous reefs in the river between French Creek and Gananoque. Capt. Cummins of the steamer Lily, who ...

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    p.3 Yesterdays Excursion - We regret to learn that the pleasure anticipated from yesterday's excursion was somewhat marred by the grounding of the Queen Victoria on one of the ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Aug. 22, 1848
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    p.2 Another American Steamer - Yesterday afternoon about two o'clock a foreign steamship was signaled, which proved to be the screw propelled steamer Jefferson, Capt. Howard, which, in company with another of her class, lately passed down the Canada lakes and the St. Lawrence to ...

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    p.2 Another American Steamer - Yesterday afternoon about two o'clock a foreign steamship was signaled, which proved to be the screw propelled steamer Jefferson, Capt. Howard, which, in company ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Aug. 18, 1848
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    p.3 The Cherokee Picnic - On Wednesday a party of Kingstonians met to a Pic-Nic on board Her Majesty's Ship Cherokee, by invitation of her Commander, Lieut. Davies, and proceeded to the Lake on the Mountain. Not having been able to leave the house for the last 3 days, ...

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    p.3 The Cherokee Picnic - On Wednesday a party of Kingstonians met to a Pic-Nic on board Her Majesty's Ship Cherokee, by invitation of her Commander, Lieut. Davies, and ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Aug. 15, 1848
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    p.2 We have great pleasure in announcing the arrival of another steamer from Upper Canada, designed to ply between Hamilton and Quebec - the Comet, a new steamer, 196 feet in length and 28 feet breadth of beam - having two engines of 45 horse-power each, and capable of ...

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    p.2 We have great pleasure in announcing the arrival of another steamer from Upper Canada, designed to ply between Hamilton and Quebec - the Comet, a new steamer, 196 ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Aug. 11, 1848
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Aug. 8, 1848
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Aug. 4, 1848
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    Steamboat Monopolists Again.

    We believed that the steamboat monopolists on Lake Ontario were improving in their behaviour. The public had not had occasion to find fault more than two or three times during the present season, and then their ...

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    Steamboat Monopolists Again.

    We believed that the steamboat monopolists on Lake Ontario were improving in their behaviour. The public had not had occasion to find fault more than two ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Aug. 1, 1848
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    p.2 A Lunch - given by Captains of Jefferson and Dallas. (half column) [Montreal Gazette]

    Another Picnic.

    On Saturday morning a party of about 200 met on board the new Steamer Comet, by invitation of the Proprietors, the Messrs. Platt of Hay Bay. The ...

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    p.2 A Lunch - given by Captains of Jefferson and Dallas. (half column) [Montreal Gazette]

    Another Picnic.

    On Saturday morning a party of about 200 met on board the new ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), July 28, 1848
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), July 18, 1848
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    p.3 The Steamer Dawn - An attempt was made yesterday morning to bring this vessel into port. Preparations had been made with barges and boxes to float her, and Messrs. Colcleugh & Greer allowed the steamer Fashion to go up to the Rapids for the purpose of drawing her ...

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    p.3 The Steamer Dawn - An attempt was made yesterday morning to bring this vessel into port. Preparations had been made with barges and boxes to float her, and ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), July 14, 1848
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    p.3 The U.S. Revenue Steamers - address to U.S. officers from Mayor & Council of Montreal, and their reply. [Montreal Gazette]

    Accident at the Falls - skiff and boy go over. [Hamilton Spectator]

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    p.3 The U.S. Revenue Steamers - address to U.S. officers from Mayor & Council of Montreal, and their reply. [Montreal Gazette]

    Accident at the Falls - skiff and boy go ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), July 11, 1848
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    p.3 The Ontario - This fine vessel, of the American Line, arrived in port on Saturday, and remained here the greater part of Sunday. She is a splendid floating palace. Her dimensions are as follows:

    222 feet keel; length on deck 240 ft., 7 in.; 32 ft. beam; 54 ft. ...

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    p.3 The Ontario - This fine vessel, of the American Line, arrived in port on Saturday, and remained here the greater part of Sunday. She is a splendid floating ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), July 7, 1848
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), July 4, 1848
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    p.3 Canal Tolls - reduced on mackerel and pig iron passing through the St. Lawrence canals. [Official Gazette]

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    p.3 Canal Tolls - reduced on mackerel and pig iron passing through the St. Lawrence canals. [Official Gazette]

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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), June 30, 1848
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    The American Navy.

    On Tuesday, the Officers of the American vessel Jefferson, commanded by Captain Howard, and Dallas, commanded by Captain Ottinger, entertained at lunch on board the former of these vessels, a large party of Officers in Her ...

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    The American Navy.

    On Tuesday, the Officers of the American vessel Jefferson, commanded by Captain Howard, and Dallas, commanded by Captain Ottinger, entertained at lunch on board the former ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), June 27, 1848
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    The Steamer Speed Burnt.

    We regret to learn that the fine new Steamer Speed, owned by Messrs. Macpherson & Crane, and plying on the Ottawa between Bytown and Grenville, was destroyed by fire on Friday afternoon, during her upward trip. The wind ...

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    The Steamer Speed Burnt.

    We regret to learn that the fine new Steamer Speed, owned by Messrs. Macpherson & Crane, and plying on the Ottawa between Bytown and Grenville, ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), June 23, 1848
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