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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 28, 1846
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    p.2 The Weather - ...Several canal boats arrived last night, so that the navigation of the Rideau was not stopped - and vessels have left for Montreal this morning. The Princess Royal from Toronto arrived here this morning.

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    p.2 The Weather - ...Several canal boats arrived last night, so that the navigation of the Rideau was not stopped - and vessels have left for Montreal this morning. ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 21, 1846
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    p.2 NAVAL STEAMERS - A short time since we visited the Cherokee Naval Steamer, at the Kingston Dock Yard, Mr. Tucker, under whose direction she has been principally constructed, was good enough to accompany us, which gave us an opportunity of minutely examining all her fittings ...

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    p.2 NAVAL STEAMERS - A short time since we visited the Cherokee Naval Steamer, at the Kingston Dock Yard, Mr. Tucker, under whose direction she has been principally constructed, ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 18, 1846
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    p.2 We regret to say that the Canada has met with a serious accident to her machinery. It is fortunate both for the proprietors and the public that it did not occur during the summer.

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    p.2 We regret to say that the Canada has met with a serious accident to her machinery. It is fortunate both for the proprietors and the public that it ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 14, 1846
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    p.3 Attachment - Midland District To Whit: By virtue of several Writs of Attachment, issued out of Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench, and District Court of the said district, to me directed, against the estate, real and personal, of James McKenzie, an absconding or concealed ...

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    p.3 Attachment - Midland District To Whit: By virtue of several Writs of Attachment, issued out of Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench, and District Court of the said ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 4, 1846
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    p.2 We are already feeling the changes of the seasons, in the irregularities of our Mails. The Toronto Mail Steamer, the Princess Royal, which was due on Sunday morning at 6 o'clock, did not reach Kingston till some time of the night of Monday; we were not without alarm, ...

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    p.2 We are already feeling the changes of the seasons, in the irregularities of our Mails. The Toronto Mail Steamer, the Princess Royal, which was due on Sunday morning ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 28, 1846
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    p.3 George Burgess, engineer of the steamboat London, while engaged in oiling the crank of the shaft, on the 12th instant, was caught by a sudden turn of the wheel and instantly killed. [Buffalo Courier]

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    p.3 George Burgess, engineer of the steamboat London, while engaged in oiling the crank of the shaft, on the 12th instant, was caught by a sudden turn of the ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 21, 1846
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    p.2 Navigation of St. Lawrence [Quebec Mercury]

    p.3 Capt. Brown of the Edith has sent us a statement of the situation of his schooner, which is referred to in the Argus of yesterday, respecting the Grampus, which came after we had gone to press - and ...

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    p.2 Navigation of St. Lawrence [Quebec Mercury]

    p.3 Capt. Brown of the Edith has sent us a statement of the situation of his schooner, which is referred to in ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 7, 1846
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    p.2 Fall Assizes - We noticed particularly two cases connected with the Gov't Ferry between Kingston, Garden Island and Long Island. Messrs. John and George Ives are the Gov't Lessees of this Ferry, and it has become for some time past a question of great doubt how far the ...

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    p.2 Fall Assizes - We noticed particularly two cases connected with the Gov't Ferry between Kingston, Garden Island and Long Island. Messrs. John and George Ives are the Gov't ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 30, 1846
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    p.2 Lake Superior Navigation - in the spring of 1835 only three small schooners sailed on Lake Superior, now there is one steamboat, one propeller and ten schooners.

    The Board of Works - some money misused on canal. [Pilot]

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    p.2 Lake Superior Navigation - in the spring of 1835 only three small schooners sailed on Lake Superior, now there is one steamboat, one propeller and ten schooners.

    The Board ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 23, 1846
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    p.2 Free Trade - an Editorial talks about Kingston's advantages as a port - what is to prevent a Kingston capitalist from building merchant vessels to carry flour to England or the West Indies; the canals are now large enough to pass vessels with 2500 barrels of flour?

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    p.2 Free Trade - an Editorial talks about Kingston's advantages as a port - what is to prevent a Kingston capitalist from building merchant vessels to carry flour to ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 19, 1846
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    p.2 We have to state for the information of our merchantile readers, what is to us, and ought to be to them, an interesting fact. There is now lying at Lachine, a propeller steamboat, the Ireland, Capt. Patterson, having on board her, 2300 barrels of Flour. This vessel, the ...

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    p.2 We have to state for the information of our merchantile readers, what is to us, and ought to be to them, an interesting fact. There is now lying ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 16, 1846
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    p.2 On Saturday evening last a very lamentable accident occurred, by which 17 individuals were hurried into eternity. A number of the workmen employed in the erection of the Martello Tower on Cedar Island, got into a boat, after the termination of their week's labour, for ...

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    p.2 On Saturday evening last a very lamentable accident occurred, by which 17 individuals were hurried into eternity. A number of the workmen employed in the erection of the ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 12, 1846
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    p.3 Wanton Outrage - About two o'clock on Thursday morning last, a party of "Canallers" made an attack upon the crew of Mr. Colton's Steam Dredge, at Port Dalhousie. The men were asleep at the time the machine was boarded, but they were soon up and ready to receive ...

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    p.3 Wanton Outrage - About two o'clock on Thursday morning last, a party of "Canallers" made an attack upon the crew of Mr. Colton's Steam Dredge, at Port Dalhousie. ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 9, 1846
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    p.2 Lake Superior Copper Mines and Fisheries - mentions a notice in the Canada Gazette for a charter of a company to unite by a ship canal, the navigable waters above and below the Falls of Ste. Marie.

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    p.2 Lake Superior Copper Mines and Fisheries - mentions a notice in the Canada Gazette for a charter of a company to unite by a ship canal, the navigable ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 5, 1846
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    p.2 inquest held at Portsmouth on man drowned off timber raft.

    p.3 Suddenly, at his residence, Richmond Street, Toronto, on Saturday morning, the 29th ultimo, Mr. Charles Gibb, Engineer of the Chief Justice Robinson steamer, aged 41 years. Mr. G. was a ...

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    p.2 inquest held at Portsmouth on man drowned off timber raft.

    p.3 Suddenly, at his residence, Richmond Street, Toronto, on Saturday morning, the 29th ultimo, Mr. Charles Gibb, Engineer ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 29, 1846
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    p.3 Sickness on the Welland Canal - so much that work has slowed down. [Transcript]

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    p.3 Sickness on the Welland Canal - so much that work has slowed down. [Transcript]

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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 26, 1846
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    p.2 steamer Rochester runs down a boat in harbor and one man drowns.

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    p.2 steamer Rochester runs down a boat in harbor and one man drowns.

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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 22, 1846
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    p.2 Montreal Board of Trade meeting discussion - American vessels are not allowed to touch or break bulk at two successive Canadian ports - they feel this impedes trade.

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    p.2 Montreal Board of Trade meeting discussion - American vessels are not allowed to touch or break bulk at two successive Canadian ports - they feel this impedes trade.

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  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 1, 1846
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    p.2 The Barque Grampus, Capt. Young, passed upwards on Saturday evening last, at 9 o'clock. She proceeded to the head of the Lake, took in a load of 17000 cubic feet of oak timber, and was abreast of Kingston yesterday morning at 2 o'clock on her way to the ...

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    p.2 The Barque Grampus, Capt. Young, passed upwards on Saturday evening last, at 9 o'clock. She proceeded to the head of the Lake, took in a load of 17000 ...

  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 22, 1846
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    p.3 Excursion to Belleville - thanks given to Capt. Cumings of Prince Albert.

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    p.3 Excursion to Belleville - thanks given to Capt. Cumings of Prince Albert.

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