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  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 29, 1847
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    PORT OF KINGSTON - HARBOR MASTER'S REPORT.

    To the Editor of the Chronicle & News.

    Sir, - For the information of the public I respectfully request you to give insertion to the following statement:

    Number of Vessels Which Entered the ...

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    PORT OF KINGSTON - HARBOR MASTER'S REPORT.

    To the Editor of the Chronicle & News.

    Sir, - For the information of the public I respectfully request you to give ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 24, 1847
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    p.2 seal killed on St. John's Island, 9 miles below Kingston.

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    p.2 seal killed on St. John's Island, 9 miles below Kingston.

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  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 22, 1847
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    p.2 Welland Canal - We are happy to learn from St. Catharines, that the business on the Welland throughout the season has been brisk - that many new and handsome vessels have been added to the Lake trade, varying in size from two up to 400 tons - and ...

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    p.2 Welland Canal - We are happy to learn from St. Catharines, that the business on the Welland throughout the season has been brisk - that many new and ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 18, 1847
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    p.2 Our columns today contain a project for the establishment of a Steam-tug and Forwarding Company, whose operations shall be carried on between this city and Montreal. The plan proposed is deserving of deep attention, especially as it has for its object the preservation ...

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    p.2 Our columns today contain a project for the establishment of a Steam-tug and Forwarding Company, whose operations shall be carried on between this city and Montreal. The plan ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 15, 1847
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    STEAMBOAT FOR SALE.

    The low pressure Steamer Island Queen, now lying in the harbor of Kingston, will be sold by Public Auction, on the 28th day of December, inst., unless previously disposed of by private sale.

    Sale at one o'clock, on board ...

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    STEAMBOAT FOR SALE.

    The low pressure Steamer Island Queen, now lying in the harbor of Kingston, will be sold by Public Auction, on the 28th day of December, inst., ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 11, 1847
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    IN BANKRUPTCY.

    Province of Canada,

    Midland District.

    William Power, of the Township of Kingston, Shipwright, and Thomas Collins, of Wolfe Island, Shipwright.

    Commission issued by Stafford F. Kirkpatrick, Esq., Judge of the District ...

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    IN BANKRUPTCY.

    Province of Canada,

    Midland District.

    William Power, of the Township of Kingston, Shipwright, and Thomas Collins, of Wolfe Island, Shipwright.

    Commission issued by Stafford F. Kirkpatrick, Esq., Judge of the ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 8, 1847
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    p.2 New Propeller - A propeller named the Western Miller, and alleged to be capable of stowing 4000 barrels, was launched at Toronto on the 4th inst.

    The Magnet - The steamer Magnet arrived here from below on Saturday evening, and was yesterday hauled out on the railway for ...

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    p.2 New Propeller - A propeller named the Western Miller, and alleged to be capable of stowing 4000 barrels, was launched at Toronto on the 4th inst.

    The Magnet - ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 4, 1847
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    TERRIBLE STEAMBOAT DISASTER.

    ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY OR SEVENTY LIVES LOST.

    Pittsburgh, Nov. 26th, 9 p.m.

    News has just reached here, by way of the lakes, of a sad catastrophe which happened on Lake Michigan, by which ...

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    TERRIBLE STEAMBOAT DISASTER.

    ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY OR SEVENTY LIVES LOST.

    Pittsburgh, Nov. 26th, 9 p.m.

    News has just reached here, by way of the lakes, of a sad ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 1, 1847
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    p.2 Steamboat Accident and Loss of Life - The steamer Wave, belonging to the Messrs. Ives, left this port on Saturday, for Brewer's Mills, for the purpose of towing a raft. She was commanded by Hiram Ives, and had on board Mr. Robert Fisher, one of the owners of ...

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    p.2 Steamboat Accident and Loss of Life - The steamer Wave, belonging to the Messrs. Ives, left this port on Saturday, for Brewer's Mills, for the purpose of towing ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 27, 1847
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    CUSTOM HOUSE SALE.

    Will be sold by Auction, on Tuesday next, the 30th November, at 2 o'clock, P.M., at the Port of Bath, the British Schooner Industry, late of North Port, about 40 tons burthen, as she now lies hauled out for repairs, being ...

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    CUSTOM HOUSE SALE.

    Will be sold by Auction, on Tuesday next, the 30th November, at 2 o'clock, P.M., at the Port of Bath, the British Schooner Industry, late of ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1847
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    p.3 Storm - On Saturday, the 6th instant, a severe storm was experienced on Lakes Erie and Michigan, and a number of vessels sustained considerable damage. The brig Illinois and schooner Sam Hale are stated to be total wrecks. The British steamer London had a narrow escape. The ...

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    p.3 Storm - On Saturday, the 6th instant, a severe storm was experienced on Lakes Erie and Michigan, and a number of vessels sustained considerable damage. The brig Illinois ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 20, 1847
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    p.3 The Steamer Magnet - We regret to learn that the steamer Magnet met with a casualty a short distance from the Beauharnois Canal, having struck a rock with such force that it pierced the bottom of the vessel. The Magnet was returning from a trip to Montreal. Her ...

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    p.3 The Steamer Magnet - We regret to learn that the steamer Magnet met with a casualty a short distance from the Beauharnois Canal, having struck a rock with ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 17, 1847
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    p.3 New Steamers on Lake Ontario - The two Steamboat Companies who own the Lady of the Lake and the Rochester, and the Cataract and Niagara on Lake Ontario, will each, we understand, build a new boat during the coming winter of the first class, to be in readiness ...

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    p.3 New Steamers on Lake Ontario - The two Steamboat Companies who own the Lady of the Lake and the Rochester, and the Cataract and Niagara on Lake Ontario, ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 13, 1847
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    (Chronicle Vol. 28 No. 89; News Vol. 8 No. 2)

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    FORWARDING and TOWAGE,

    For 1847.

    The Subscribers will be prepared on the opening of the Navigation to contract for the forwarding of flour and produce of every description, ...

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    (Chronicle Vol. 28 No. 89; News Vol. 8 No. 2)

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    FORWARDING and TOWAGE,

    For 1847.

    The Subscribers will be prepared on the opening of the Navigation to contract for the ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 10, 1847
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    1847 KINGSTON CHRONICLE & NEWS

    (from originals at Queen's University - Special Collections unless otherwise noted)

    p.1 (says Nov. 9th on first page)

    (Chronicle Vol . 28 No. 89; News Vol . 8 No. 2)

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    1847 KINGSTON CHRONICLE & NEWS

    (from originals at Queen's University - Special Collections unless otherwise noted)

    p.1 (says Nov. 9th on first page)

    (Chronicle Vol . 28 No. 89; News Vol ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), June 21, 1848
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    MAGNET (Kingston)

    (The first issue was printed at the Argus office on October 7th, 1847 according to the Argus of Oct. 8th, 1847)

    p.2 Wreck of the Steamer Dawn - This morning, the Steamboat Dawn from the Ottawa, in descending the Lachine Rapids, missed ...

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    MAGNET (Kingston)

    (The first issue was printed at the Argus office on October 7th, 1847 according to the Argus of Oct. 8th, 1847)

    p.2 Wreck of the Steamer Dawn - ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 27, 1848
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    p.2 The First Arrival - The brig McBride, which arrived day before yesterday, was freighted with salt direct from Turk's Island, it passing through the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Canadian waters in bond, the duties being paid on it here. Part also of her cargo consisted of ...

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    p.2 The First Arrival - The brig McBride, which arrived day before yesterday, was freighted with salt direct from Turk's Island, it passing through the Gulf of St. Lawrence ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 23, 1848
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    p.3 Repeal of the Navigation Laws - Notice of meeting of inhabitants of Kingston about repeal or modification of the Navigation Laws. Dec. 20th

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    p.3 Repeal of the Navigation Laws - Notice of meeting of inhabitants of Kingston about repeal or modification of the Navigation Laws. Dec. 20th

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  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 20, 1848
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    p.1 For Sale - Tar, Pitch, etc. everything in the Ship Chandlery Line at No. 1 Hardy's Buildings. D. B. Jenkins.

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    SHIP CHANDLERY.

    NO. 2 HARDY'S BUILDINGS.

    D.B. Jenkins having Purchased all my Stock in ...

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    p.1 For Sale - Tar, Pitch, etc. everything in the Ship Chandlery Line at No. 1 Hardy's Buildings. D. B. Jenkins.

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    SHIP CHANDLERY.

    NO. 2 HARDY'S BUILDINGS.

    D.B. Jenkins ...

  • Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 16, 1848
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    p.2 The Steamer Scotland - We understand that this vessel, which was driven ashore in the vicinity of Port Stanley, in one of the recent storms, was got off, and is now safely laid up for the winter at Port Stanley. The vessel is very little injured, but her ...

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    p.2 The Steamer Scotland - We understand that this vessel, which was driven ashore in the vicinity of Port Stanley, in one of the recent storms, was got off, ...

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