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  • Another Murder Committed by Rum
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 24 Aug 1827     Another Murder Committed by Rum.--A fireman of the steam boat Queenston, while at Prescott last week, being drunk, fell into the machinery, and was killed...
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 24 Aug 1827   Another Murder Committed by Rum.--A fireman of the steam boat Queenston, while ...
  • Steam-Boat Queenston
    Rochester Telegraph (Rochester, NY), 28 May 1827, p. 3     Canadian Steam-Boat Notice ON Lake Ontario. The Publick are informed that the STEAM-BOAT QUEENSTON CAPT. JOSEPH WHITNEY, Has commenced making her regular trips, and will, during the summer, leave the different Ports as ...
    Rochester Telegraph (Rochester, NY), 28 May 1827, p. 3   Canadian Steam-Boat Notice ON Lake Ontario. The Publick are informed that the ...
  • Queenston (Steamboat), 4 Aug 1830
        route...
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  • Queenston (Steamboat), aground, 1 Sep 1826
        Reason: aground Lives: nil Remarks: Got off ...
      Reason: aground Lives: nil Remarks: Got off ...
  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), 31 May 1827, p. 1, column 5
        We left York last Wednesday week, (on our way to Montreal,) in the Queenston steam-boat; and having made enquiry into the cause of her detention at York the week before, we learnt that part of the knee of the boiler gave way, an accident which was fully repaired in a ...
      We left York last Wednesday week, (on our way to Montreal,) in ...
  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), 31 May 1827, p. 2
        The Steam Boat Queenston met with an accident while lying at the Wharf here on Saturday last. In raising the steam, before proceeding to Niagara, the Boiler was partially burst. The accident was not attended with any serious consequences. The Queenston was delayed until the following Thursday in ...
      The Steam Boat Queenston met with an accident while lying at the ...
  • Another Steam-boat Accident
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 17 Nov 1826, p. 2     Another Steam-boat Accident.--A lette from Niagara, dated the 6th inst. informs us, that the new steam-boat Niagara, Capt. Mosier, while on her way up from Prescott, run on a rock in Lake Ontario, near Long Point. The steam-boat Queenston, Capt. Whiting, on passing ...
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 17 Nov 1826, p. 2   Another Steam-boat Accident.--A lette from Niagara, dated the 6th inst. informs us, ...
  • Canadian Line of Steamboats, On Lake Ontario
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 19 Jul 1825     CANADIAN LINE OF STEAMBOATS, ON LAKE ONTARIO FRONTENAC, AND QUEENSTON. The FRONTENAC, Captain MCKENSIE [sic], will leave Niagara every Saturday afternoon for Kingston--and leave Kingston for York and Niagara, every Wednesday afternoon. The QUEENSTON, ...
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 19 Jul 1825   CANADIAN LINE OF STEAMBOATS, ON LAKE ONTARIO FRONTENAC, AND QUEENSTON. The FRONTENAC, ...
  • Shocking Accident
    St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 14 Aug 1827, p. 3     Shocking Accident.--A coroner's inquest was called on Sunday last, to examine the dead body of a man named Josiah Smith, in Prescott, who was employed as a fireman on board the Queenston Steamboat. It appeared, on examination, that Smith and another man, (who also was a fireman) ...
    St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 14 Aug 1827, p. 3   Shocking Accident.--A coroner's inquest was called on Sunday last, to examine the ...
  • Queenston (Steamboat), exploded boiler, 7 Jun 1827
        Reason: exploded boiler Lives: nil Remarks: Repaired ...
      Reason: exploded boiler Lives: nil Remarks: Repaired ...
  • Queenston (Steamboat), aground, 28 Sep 1826
        Reason: aground Lives: nil Remarks: Got off ...
      Reason: aground Lives: nil Remarks: Got off ...
  • Queenston (Steamboat), 18 Nov 1837
        drydocked at Kingston...
      drydocked at Kingston...
  • Queenston (Steamboat), 22 Nov 1843
        early steamers...
      early steamers...
  • Queenston (Steamboat), 22 Apr 1834
        route for season...
      route for season...
  • Lake Ontario
    Baltimore Patriot, 13 Jun 1826, p. 2     Lake Ontario.--We have been informed by a gentleman from Lake Ontario, that the steam boats on that lake, have been newly fitted up. The Ontario, on the American side, is still under the command of Captain Vaughn; the Frontenac, on the British side, is in charge of her old Captain, ...
    Baltimore Patriot, 13 Jun 1826, p. 2   Lake Ontario.--We have been informed by a gentleman from Lake Ontario, that ...
  • Lake Ontario Steam Boats
    American Traveller (Boston, MA), 15 Apr 1828, p. 2     Lake Ontario Steam Boats..--At the last dates the boats had not commenced running, though the ice had left the river and several vessels from Sackett's Harbor had arrived at Ogdensburg. Last year the American steam boat Ontario, the Canadian boat Frontenac, and the Queenston, plied ...
    American Traveller (Boston, MA), 15 Apr 1828, p. 2   Lake Ontario Steam Boats..--At the last dates the boats had not commenced ...
  • Steamboats
    Evening Post (New York, NY), 10 Oct 1826     From the Brockville Recorder, Sept. 25 STEAMBOATS.--The present seems to be the period of misfortune to the Lake and River navigation, as we think will be readily granted when we inform our readers, that the Steamboat Queenston on her trip upwards, last week, ...
    Evening Post (New York, NY), 10 Oct 1826   From the Brockville Recorder, Sept. 25 STEAMBOATS.--The present seems to be the ...
  • Colonial Intelligence
    Canadian Courant, 30 Sep 1826, p. 3     COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE KINGSTON, Sept. 13. Admiral Lake arrived in town on Monday morning last in the steam boat Queenston, Captain Whiting -- and in the afternoon of the same day proceeded by the same conveyance to York and Niagara, on a tour to ...
    Canadian Courant, 30 Sep 1826, p. 3   COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE KINGSTON, Sept. 13. Admiral Lake arrived in town on Monday ...
  • Wealth and power westward
    Niles Weekly Register, 7 Oct 1826, p. 87     WEALTH AND POWER WESTWARD. We meet with the following in the papers without knowing whence it was derived, but presume the information which it gives is nearly correct. Commerce of Lake Erie-- American side. Steam brig Superior built at Buffalo 346 tons; steam boat Henry ...
    Niles Weekly Register, 7 Oct 1826, p. 87   WEALTH AND POWER WESTWARD. We meet with the following in the papers ...
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