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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Oct. 5, 1849
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    p.2 Her Majesty's Steamer Cherokee left Navy Bay on yesterday afternoon for Queenston, from whence she will convey His Excellency the Governor General to Toronto.

    We noticed on the Wharves large quantities of T rails which have been brought up the St. Lawrence for ...

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    p.2 Her Majesty's Steamer Cherokee left Navy Bay on yesterday afternoon for Queenston, from whence she will convey His Excellency the Governor General to Toronto.

    We noticed on the Wharves ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Sept. 21, 1849
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    p.2 The Regatta - The aquatic sports of Tuesday were witnessed by crowds of people, all of whom were much pleased. The scene at one time was really beautiful. On Tuesday next we shall insert a full report.

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    p.2 The Regatta - The aquatic sports of Tuesday were witnessed by crowds of people, all of whom were much pleased. The scene at one time was really beautiful. ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Sept. 11, 1849
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Sept. 7, 1849
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    p.2 H.M. Steamer Cherokee, with His Excellency the Governor General on board, touched at this port last evening on her way to Queenston.

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    p.2 H.M. Steamer Cherokee, with His Excellency the Governor General on board, touched at this port last evening on her way to Queenston.

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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Sept. 4, 1849
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    p.3 Lake Schooners With Slip Keels - We lately mentioned the successful Atlantic voyage of the Lilla, and, at the same time, remarked upon the probability that the example thus set might probably be followed to advantage by other Lake craft. Yesterday we had an opportunity of ...

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    p.3 Lake Schooners With Slip Keels - We lately mentioned the successful Atlantic voyage of the Lilla, and, at the same time, remarked upon the probability that the example ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Aug. 28, 1849
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    p.3 The schooner Elizabeth arrived yesterday morning from Toronto, with a cargo of flour. We understand she will discharge her deck load here, and proceed to Halifax with the remainder.

    The prop. Western Miller also arrived from Toronto, with flour and wheat... ...

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    p.3 The schooner Elizabeth arrived yesterday morning from Toronto, with a cargo of flour. We understand she will discharge her deck load here, and proceed to Halifax with the ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Aug. 24, 1849
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    ACCIDENT.

    An accident of a most melancholy kind occurred here last evening, about 9 o'clock, by the steamer British Queen running against the first lock-gate, at the entrance of the Canal below this town, by which, we are sorry to say, the ...

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    ACCIDENT.

    An accident of a most melancholy kind occurred here last evening, about 9 o'clock, by the steamer British Queen running against the first lock-gate, at the entrance of ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Aug. 10, 1849
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Aug. 7, 1849
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    p.3 In the city of Toronto, on Tuesday the 31st ult., at his house in Richmond Street, after a few days illness, Capt. Wm. Gordon, of the steamer City of Toronto.

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    p.3 In the city of Toronto, on Tuesday the 31st ult., at his house in Richmond Street, after a few days illness, Capt. Wm. Gordon, of the steamer City ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Aug. 3, 1849
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), July 27, 1849
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    p.2 The Opposition - We are pleased to learn that the Proprietors of the Lake and River Line of Steamers have settled their differences, and that for the future passengers will be carried on the River route, at the following reduced fares:

    Cabin Passage, downwards 1 pd. 0 ...

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    p.2 The Opposition - We are pleased to learn that the Proprietors of the Lake and River Line of Steamers have settled their differences, and that for the future ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), July 20, 1849
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    p.2 Captain Taylor Murdered - Capt. Taylor, late of St. Catharines, of steamer Scotland murdered by Mexican robbers on way to California. [Hamilton Spectator]

    The Steamer

    PRINCE ALBERT,

    Capt. E. Lawless,

    Will ...

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    p.2 Captain Taylor Murdered - Capt. Taylor, late of St. Catharines, of steamer Scotland murdered by Mexican robbers on way to California. [Hamilton Spectator]

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    PRINCE ALBERT,

    Capt. ...

  • Argus (Kingston, ON), June 29, 1849
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), June 26, 1849
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), June 22, 1849
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    p.3 Maid of the Mist breaks machinery. [N.Y. Sun]

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    p.3 Maid of the Mist breaks machinery. [N.Y. Sun]

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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), June 19, 1849
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), June 15, 1849
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), June 5, 1849
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), May 22, 1849
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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), May 18, 1849
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    p.3 The schooner California, owned by Messrs. MacPherson & Crane, arrived here from Port Stanley (Lake Erie) this morning, with a cargo of 10,300 bushels of wheat on board, having passed through the Welland, Cornwall, and Beauharnois Canals. The vessel now lies opposite ...

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    p.3 The schooner California, owned by Messrs. MacPherson & Crane, arrived here from Port Stanley (Lake Erie) this morning, with a cargo of 10,300 bushels of wheat on board, ...

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