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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), April 24, 1854
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    The steamer Canadian, which left for Chatham yesterday morning, is yo lay up for almost two weeks in order that upper cabins may be put upon her. When this is done, she will, as we have heretofore stated, ply between Chatham and Monroe, each place tri-weekly.

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    The steamer Canadian, which left for Chatham yesterday morning, is yo lay up for almost two weeks in order that upper cabins may be put upon her. When this is ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), April 19, 1854
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    The new steamer Canadian, which is now running between this city and Chatham, will continue on her present route until she receives her upper cabins, which are to be constructed shortly. Afterwards, she will run between Chatham and Monroe, leaving each point on alternate days, and reaching ...

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    The new steamer Canadian, which is now running between this city and Chatham, will continue on her present route until she receives her upper cabins, which are to be constructed ...

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Dec 1854
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    p.2 The Harbor Again Clear - wind removed ice.

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    p.2 The Harbor Again Clear - wind removed ice.

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  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Dec 1854
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    p.2 Canal at Bytown - Chats canal discussed.

    -Wilful Murder at Toronto - sailors arguing on board Leander on Nov. 22, inquest.

    -Harbor Improvements - discussed by City Council (Kingston ?).

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    p.2 Canal at Bytown - Chats canal discussed.

    -Wilful Murder at Toronto - sailors arguing on board Leander on Nov. 22, inquest.

    -Harbor Improvements - discussed by City Council (Kingston ?).

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  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Dec 1854
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    p.2 Racine, Dec. 16 - schooner Whirlwind arrives with part of crew of prop. Westmoreland which went down in 25 fathoms 18 miles from this side of Sleeping Bear, 17 lives lost.

    -Loss of a Schooner - Omar wrecked at Cleveland.

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    p.2 Racine, Dec. 16 - schooner Whirlwind arrives with part of crew of prop. Westmoreland which went down in 25 fathoms 18 miles from this side of Sleeping Bear, ...

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 23 Dec 1854
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    p.2 Montreal, Dec. 18 - 3 of Hooker, Jacques & Co's barges and 1 steamer arrived from Upper Canada....

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    p.2 Montreal, Dec. 18 - 3 of Hooker, Jacques & Co's barges and 1 steamer arrived from Upper Canada....

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Dec 1854
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    p.2 Toronto, Dec. 20 - steamers still running to Wellington Square.

    -The Weather - Kingston's harbor is closed, ice extends to Wolfe Island.

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    p.2 Toronto, Dec. 20 - steamers still running to Wellington Square.

    -The Weather - Kingston's harbor is closed, ice extends to Wolfe Island.

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  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Dec 1854
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    p.2 Extract from the Report of the Board of Commissioners of Public Works - about Rapids of the St. Lawrence.

    -Hamilton, Dec. 14 - new steamer Canada arrived; Highlander has replaced Chief Justice and Peerless is laid up for winter.

    -Toronto, Dec. 15 - schooner ashore ...

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    p.2 Extract from the Report of the Board of Commissioners of Public Works - about Rapids of the St. Lawrence.

    -Hamilton, Dec. 14 - new steamer Canada arrived; Highlander has ...

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 18 Dec 1854
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    p.2 Picton, Dec. 14th - 7 vessels locked in ice at South Bay, all laden for west.

    -Cleveland, Dec. 12th - 5 props. frozen in, prop. Baltic left for Detroit but forced to return.

    -Toronto, Dec. 14th - 60 vessels partially or wholly wrecked on Lake Erie, schooner Napier ...

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    p.2 Picton, Dec. 14th - 7 vessels locked in ice at South Bay, all laden for west.

    -Cleveland, Dec. 12th - 5 props. frozen in, prop. Baltic left for Detroit ...

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Dec 1854
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    p.2 Navigation Not Closed - weather turned milder.

    -Imports - 14; Exports - 14.

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    p.2 Navigation Not Closed - weather turned milder.

    -Imports - 14; Exports - 14.

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  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 Dec 1854
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    p.2 Loss of the Bruce Mines Propeller - off Cape Hurd. [Gazette]

    -Buffalo, Dec.11 - prop. Niagara, bound to Chicago, sunk in shallow water at Presqu' Isle Harbor.

    -Buffalo, Dec. 8th - brig Lewis Cass ashore east of Coneaut pier.

    -Close of Lake Navigation - ...

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    p.2 Loss of the Bruce Mines Propeller - off Cape Hurd. [Gazette]

    -Buffalo, Dec.11 - prop. Niagara, bound to Chicago, sunk in shallow water at Presqu' Isle Harbor.

    -Buffalo, Dec. 8th ...

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Dec 1854
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    p.2 Another Supposed Murder - inquest on man from schooner Mary. [Globe]

    -Sault Ste. Marie Canal - to be ready in spring.

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    p.2 Another Supposed Murder - inquest on man from schooner Mary. [Globe]

    -Sault Ste. Marie Canal - to be ready in spring.

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  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 13 Dec 1854
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    p.2 The Close of Navigation - steamer Traveller left for Prescott.

    -schooner Potomac of Oswego ashore near Port Dalhousie, 2 drowned, others saved by crew of steamer Welland, two other schooners ashore. [Colonist]...

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    p.2 The Close of Navigation - steamer Traveller left for Prescott.

    -schooner Potomac of Oswego ashore near Port Dalhousie, 2 drowned, others saved by crew of steamer Welland, two other ...

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Dec 1854
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    p.2 prop. International burns at Black Rock, drifts to Canadian side, burns to water line and sinks....

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    p.2 prop. International burns at Black Rock, drifts to Canadian side, burns to water line and sinks....

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Dec 1854
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    p.2 Some of the Effects of the Late Storm - schooner R.R. Johnston wrecked at Fairport, schooner Oxford strikes dock at Cape Briton and sinks, steamer Ontario is ashore, schooner Mansfield wrecked at Cleveland.

    -Loss of the Steamer Ontario - ashore near Nicholson's Island, ...

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    p.2 Some of the Effects of the Late Storm - schooner R.R. Johnston wrecked at Fairport, schooner Oxford strikes dock at Cape Briton and sinks, steamer Ontario is ashore, ...

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Dec 1854
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    p.2 Presentation - to H. McGrath for aid to cholera victims on steamer Ottawa.

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    p.2 Presentation - to H. McGrath for aid to cholera victims on steamer Ottawa.

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  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Dec 1854
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    p.2 The Weather & the Travelling - some steamers still moving.

    Launch - On Thursday a new steamer of a beautiful model, built by Ault, was launched

    at Ault's Ship Yard, Portsmouth - she was baptized Banshee. The Banshee is intended for the River Line, and is to ...

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    p.2 The Weather & the Travelling - some steamers still moving.

    Launch - On Thursday a new steamer of a beautiful model, built by Ault, was launched

    at Ault's Ship Yard, ...

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Dec 1854
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    p.2 Imports - 29,30.

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    p.2 Imports - 29,30.

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  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 2 Dec 1854
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    p.2 Fatal Accident - a sailor from schooner Mary of Kingston was found in forecastle of Leander off Maitland's wharf....

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    p.2 Fatal Accident - a sailor from schooner Mary of Kingston was found in forecastle of Leander off Maitland's wharf....

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Dec 1854
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    p.2 Imports - 28,29.

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    p.2 Imports - 28,29.

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