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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 7, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 7, 1834,   1834 BRITISH WHIG (from microfilm available at Kingston Frontenac Public Library, and Queen's University - Stauffer Library, unless otherwise noted) missing (vol. 1 no. 1 ) ...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 18, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 18, 1834,   p.2 petition of Thomas Dalton of York to the Provincial Parliament of Upper Canada - to import from the sea oysters, crabs, cod, turbot and soles and place them in inland waters to provide for future fishing. (half a column) On the Want of Public Spirit - with all its advantages Kingston...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 21, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 21, 1834,   p.2 Estimate for Improving Navigation of the Trent [Montreal Herald] House of Assembly has passed resolutions for improvement of the navigation of the St. Lawrence - six listed. [York Correspondent] ...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 25, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 25, 1834,   (from original at Queens University Special Collections) p.2 We feel much pleasure in announcing to the Public, that the new steam boat building at this place, intended to run between Prescott and Montreal, is in a forward state. Notwithstanding Mr. Bush's report, 10 per cent on £3000 has...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 28, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 28, 1834,   p.2 Extracts from the Report of Mr. Baird - on Trent Canal. (over 1 full column) Petition for stocking our Lakes with new species of Fish referred to Committee of Supply. [York Patriot] Yesterday a schooner left this Port for Niagara, Feb 20th, 1834. This is worthy of note. [ibid] p.3 Wanted -...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 4, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 4, 1834,   p.2 Bill for improvement of St. Lawrence passed on Feb. 21st. [Cornwall Observer] Goderich - ....The Steam Boat which will be launched at Goderich in April next, will obviate all difficulties of approach during the summer, and greatly tend to increase the population, and add to the prosperity of...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 11, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 11, 1834,   p.3 rumor that Naval establishment at Point Frederick to be broken up on Aug. 1st next. ...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 18, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 18, 1834,   p.2 It will be seen by a notice in our paper of today, that the beautiful new steamer Brockville is to commence her trips on the 1st day of April next. We understand that until the roads are well settled she will run between the Long Sault and Kingston, for the comfort and accommodation of...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 21, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 21, 1834,   p.2 Navigation Open - We understand that the River St. Lawrence has been for some time entirely clear of ice, and is now navigable to the head of Lake Ontario. Boats have not yet commenced running on the River, but we learn that the navigation has opened between Kingston and York, U.C., and the...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 25, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 25, 1834,   p.3 NOTICE. The Steamer BROCKVILLE, Capt. L. Hilliard, Will commence running between the Head of the Long Sault & Kingston, on the first day of April, and continue on said route until further notice. Will leave the following places every day of the week except Sunday, touching at the ...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 27, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 27, 1834,   p.2 The Steam navigation season commenced this morning, a steam boat having left Kingston for the head of the Bay. ...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 1, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 1, 1834,   p.2 Burlington Bay - For some days past our Bay has been perfectly free from ice, and steam-vessels may now come to our wharves in safety. On Saturday last the schooner Minerva, Captain Zealand, arrived at Mr. Gunn's wharf, and has, we are informed, taken in a cargo for York. Schooners and ...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 4, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 4, 1834,   p.2 WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At Mr. McGuire's Wharf, on Monday the7th instant, at twelve o'clock, The Fast Sailing Schooner SUSAN GALE, About 25 tons Burthen, with new rigging and sails. H. SCANLAN, Auctioneer and Commission Merchant. Market Place, April 4th, 1834. ...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 8, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 8, 1834,   p.2 Steamer Brockville - This beautiful Boat on her way up on Tuesday last got some part of her engine connected with a water pipe out of order by which a quantity of water was let into her before it was discovered; in consequence of which a considerable delay occurred in getting her clear - she...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 11, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 11, 1834,   p.2 The Schooner Velocipede, burthen sixty-five tons, came through the carrying place, from Long Point Bay, into Lake Erie, on the 26th of March, 1834, and found six feet of water in the channel, where, at the same time last year there was nothing but a beach, where boats used to be hauled...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 15, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 15, 1834,   p.3 Steamboats - The Brockville is at present running between this place and the head of the Long Sault. On Friday last the Proprietor of the Kingston made the experiment of running her to the head of the Long Sault and back. He was entirely successful. The boat is said to have ascended with...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 18, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 18, 1834,   p.2 We are informed that the naval department at Kingston contracted privately with Mr. Robert Drummond to transport 2000 tons of naval stores and luggage to Montreal, by the Rideau Canal, at double the usual price. If this report has any foundation in fact, we must consider it an ...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 22, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 22, 1834,   p. 1 LAKE ONTARIO. The Splendid Low Pressure Steam Boat GREAT BRITAIN, Captain Whitney, Will during the season 1834, leave the different Ports as follows, commencing on Tuesday the 29th of April, viz.: UPWARDS Prescott, on every Tuesday Evening. Brockville, Tuesday Night....
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 25, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 25, 1834,   p.2 The Government Locks upon the St. Lawrence, at the Cascades, were in such a dilapidated state that it was expected the walls would fall, in the course of this season, and impede the commercial intercourse between the two provinces. The Governor in Chief was pleased to order a thorough...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 29, 1834 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 29, 1834,   p.2 Steam-boat Michigan - This splendid boat will make her first trip to Buffalo tomorrow. She will leave the wharf of O. Newberry, at 4 o'clock precisely. Capt. Pease, formerly of the Superior, will command her. His reputation as a skilful and experienced commander as well as for gentlemanly ...

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