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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 May 1834
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    p.2 Steamboat Disaster - We are sorry to relate the particulars of an accident that has befallen the noble steam-boat Oswego. During the severe gale in the night of the 12th inst., on her downward voyage, she lay to about 4 miles to the west of Oswego, but owing ...

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    p.2 Steamboat Disaster - We are sorry to relate the particulars of an accident that has befallen the noble steam-boat Oswego. During the severe gale in the night of ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 30, 1834
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    p.2 a meeting of inhabitants of Peterboro to push for opening of internal navigation from Lake Huron to Lake Ontario. [Hallowell Free Press]

    Goderich Harbour - opposition to application for charter. [Hamilton Free Press]

    p.3 Another Shipwreck on ...

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    p.2 a meeting of inhabitants of Peterboro to push for opening of internal navigation from Lake Huron to Lake Ontario. [Hallowell Free Press]

    Goderich Harbour - opposition to application for ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 26, 1834
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    p.2 The Steam Boat Kingston has been at length raised from out of the watery element and is safely moored at Belleville, where she will undergo the necessary repairs, which we are happy to say are by no means of a very expensive nature.

    Navigation is almost suspended, ...

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    p.2 The Steam Boat Kingston has been at length raised from out of the watery element and is safely moored at Belleville, where she will undergo the necessary repairs, ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 23, 1834
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    p.2 The Cabal in Port Hope, against Capt. Harper and the St. George, have had another meeting, at which another series of resolutions were passed, about as creditable to them as the former. The public opinion has been too welled expressed respecting the motives which ...

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    p.2 The Cabal in Port Hope, against Capt. Harper and the St. George, have had another meeting, at which another series of resolutions were passed, about as creditable to ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 16, 1834
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    p.3

    THE EDITOR'S TRIP TO TORONTO.

    No. 5 (part)

    It was about ten o'clock at night, when the gallant St. George puffing and blowing like a spent Grampus, made the port of Cobourg; if that spot can be termed a port, which is naught but an open ...

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    p.3

    THE EDITOR'S TRIP TO TORONTO.

    No. 5 (part)

    It was about ten o'clock at night, when the gallant St. George puffing and blowing like a spent Grampus, made the port ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 12, 1834
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    p.2 Dispute settled with canal workers - they were going to have their pay cut during the winter. [Cornwall Observer]

    ...
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    p.2 Dispute settled with canal workers - they were going to have their pay cut during the winter. [Cornwall Observer]

    ...
  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 9, 1834
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    p.2 Business in Perth - improvements made to lock gates of Tay Canal. [Perth Courier]

    Another Man Drowned - Thomas Harding, stone cutter, from Glazedale, near Whitby, in Yorkshire, aged 36, was drowned on Saturday afternoon last. He had taken charge of a small schooner, ...

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    p.2 Business in Perth - improvements made to lock gates of Tay Canal. [Perth Courier]

    Another Man Drowned - Thomas Harding, stone cutter, from Glazedale, near Whitby, in Yorkshire, aged ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 5, 1834
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    p.2 Steam Boat Accident - The steam-boat Kingston, from Kingston to Belleville, now lies sunk at the mouth of the river. On her way up, the Kingston had to cut through a great deal of ice when near Hallowell, and it is presumed that there she received the greatest ...

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    p.2 Steam Boat Accident - The steam-boat Kingston, from Kingston to Belleville, now lies sunk at the mouth of the river. On her way up, the Kingston had to ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 2, 1834
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    p.2 meeting of inhabitants of Peterboro about canal from Lake Huron to Ontario, and resolutions. (full column) [Cobourg Star]

    Close of Navigation - We are authorized to notify the public generally, but more especially for the information of those concerned in the ...

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    p.2 meeting of inhabitants of Peterboro about canal from Lake Huron to Ontario, and resolutions. (full column) [Cobourg Star]

    Close of Navigation - We are authorized to notify the public ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 28, 1834
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    p.2 Sad Accident to the Steamer Kingston - Yesterday morning, about 3 o'clock, the Kingston on her passage up the Bay of Quinte, encountered a quantity of ice near the mouth of the Moira, at Belleville. The ice speedily cut a passage for the water into one of the ...

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    p.2 Sad Accident to the Steamer Kingston - Yesterday morning, about 3 o'clock, the Kingston on her passage up the Bay of Quinte, encountered a quantity of ice near ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 25, 1834
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    p.2

    THE EDITOR'S TRIP TO TORONTO.

    No. 2 (part)

    ....We had barely got on board the steamboat, moored safely at Drummond's Wharf. This was about six o'clock in the evening, on the 6th inst., and the third bell was ringing.

    One of the most ...

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    p.2

    THE EDITOR'S TRIP TO TORONTO.

    No. 2 (part)

    ....We had barely got on board the steamboat, moored safely at Drummond's Wharf. This was about six o'clock in the evening, on ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 18, 1834
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    p.2 The Canal - work continues on St. Lawrence Canal. [Cornwall Observer]

    THE EDITOR'S TRIP TO TORONTO.

    (part)

    Having some business to transact at Toronto before the opening of the spring navigation, we resolved to seize time by the forelock, and ...

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    p.2 The Canal - work continues on St. Lawrence Canal. [Cornwall Observer]

    THE EDITOR'S TRIP TO TORONTO.

    (part)

    Having some business to transact at Toronto before the opening of the spring ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 14, 1834
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    p.2 If the annexed be correct, which we trust it is, the Rideau navigation will be perfected between Bytown and Montreal.

    The Herald of this morning makes the important announcement that "orders have been transmitted from London for an immediate survey of the Rapides St. ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 If the annexed be correct, which we trust it is, the Rideau navigation will be perfected between Bytown and Montreal.

    The Herald of this morning makes the important announcement ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 11, 1834
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    p.2 man arrested on steam boat Constitution, at Toronto, for forgery. [Patriot]

    p.3 letter to editor of Reformer about attack on character of Captain Harper of steamer St. George - signed A TRAVELLER..

    AUCTION SALE

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    p.2 man arrested on steam boat Constitution, at Toronto, for forgery. [Patriot]

    p.3 letter to editor of Reformer about attack on character of Captain Harper of steamer St. George ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 4, 1834
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    p.2 Improvement of the Trent - might go ahead with the plan of N.H. Baird, Civil Engineer. [Hallowell Free Press]

    A small steamer has commenced running between this town and Fort Covington, entitled the Prescott of Ogdensburgh. She starts from Fort Covington every morning ...

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    p.2 Improvement of the Trent - might go ahead with the plan of N.H. Baird, Civil Engineer. [Hallowell Free Press]

    A small steamer has commenced running between this town and ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 31, 1834
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    p.2 Notice is hereby given that an application will be made (by inhabitants of Upper Canada) to the next Session of the Provincial Parliament, for an Act to authorize the Commissioners for improving the Navigation of the St. Lawrence to take sufficient land along the bank ...

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    p.2 Notice is hereby given that an application will be made (by inhabitants of Upper Canada) to the next Session of the Provincial Parliament, for an Act to authorize ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 28, 1834
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    p.2 Rideau Canal No. 7 - Montreal to Bytown - mentions Grenville, Carillon, St. Annes, Chute a Blondeau, Lachine, the geological features, tolls. (3 columns)

    From the letter of an intelligent and valued correspondent in the Gore District, we derive the following ...

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    p.2 Rideau Canal No. 7 - Montreal to Bytown - mentions Grenville, Carillon, St. Annes, Chute a Blondeau, Lachine, the geological features, tolls. (3 columns)

    From the letter of an ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 24, 1834
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    p.2 Rideau Canal - The boats are still running, and we understand will be allowed to do so as long as the frost will permit them. We hope before another season opens, we shall have boats expressly for passengers, as the system of towing barges has rendered travelling on ...

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    p.2 Rideau Canal - The boats are still running, and we understand will be allowed to do so as long as the frost will permit them. We hope before ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 21, 1834
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    p.2

    Lake Ontario Marine Intelligence.

    Oswego, Sept. 24, 1834.

    Arrived at this port, within a few days past, the schooners Detroit, Huron and Winnebago, belonging to Messrs. Bronson & Crocker, from the ports of Chicago in Illinois, Michigan ...

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    p.2

    Lake Ontario Marine Intelligence.

    Oswego, Sept. 24, 1834.

    Arrived at this port, within a few days past, the schooners Detroit, Huron and Winnebago, belonging to Messrs. Bronson & Crocker, from ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 17, 1834
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    p.2 A meeting to be held on 18th at Peterborough about navigation of River Trent. [Cobourg Star]

    To Be Sold - 1 share of £25 in the Steam Boat St. George. Oct. 17th.

    ...
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    p.2 A meeting to be held on 18th at Peterborough about navigation of River Trent. [Cobourg Star]

    To Be Sold - 1 share of £25 in the Steam Boat St. ...

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