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  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), 8 Oct 1851
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    Notice

    The Splendid Iron Steamer

    PASSPORT,

    Captain Henry Twohy,

    Will leave Kingston for Toronto on Mondays and Thursdays, at 3 p.m., on the arrival of the River Boat, and Toronto for ...

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    Notice

    The Splendid Iron Steamer

    PASSPORT,

    Captain Henry Twohy,

    Will leave Kingston for Toronto on Mondays and Thursdays, at 3 p.m., on the arrival of the River Boat, ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 27, 1851
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    p.2 For Sale - The Yacht Hochelaga - Of 20 Tons Burthen, with Sails and Rigging complete, 2 Anchors and Chains, and 8 1/2 tons Pig Iron as ballast, and all the Cabin Furniture.

    Persons desirous of obtaining particulars, or of examining the Yacht, can do so on applying to ...

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    p.2 For Sale - The Yacht Hochelaga - Of 20 Tons Burthen, with Sails and Rigging complete, 2 Anchors and Chains, and 8 1/2 tons Pig Iron as ballast, ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 24, 1851
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    Dec. 24, 1851

    p.2 The Railway - Wolfe Island Canal - At the meeting of the City Council on Monday last, Ald. Ford moved for leave to introduce a By-Law in accordance with the requirements of the Provincial act, for the taking of stock by the City Council in the ...

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    Dec. 24, 1851

    p.2 The Railway - Wolfe Island Canal - At the meeting of the City Council on Monday last, Ald. Ford moved for leave to introduce a By-Law ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 18, 1851
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    p.2 Conneaut, Dec. 17th - The steamer Mayflower went ashore last night, 5 miles below Conneaut, during one of the most fearful gales ever experienced on Lake Erie. She is a perfect wreck. Saw nothing from Monday evening till last night, when she went ashore on account of the ...

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    p.2 Conneaut, Dec. 17th - The steamer Mayflower went ashore last night, 5 miles below Conneaut, during one of the most fearful gales ever experienced on Lake Erie. She ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 11, 1851
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    p.2 Wolfe Island Canal - We are happy to learn that a number of gentlemen from this city having had a meeting with several of the promoters of the Rome and Cape Vincent Railway, on the other side, it has been arranged to raise the means necessary for the ...

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    p.2 Wolfe Island Canal - We are happy to learn that a number of gentlemen from this city having had a meeting with several of the promoters of the ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 6, 1851
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    BY-LAW No. 38

    Providing for taking Stock in the Wolfe Island Railway and Canal Company - Passed 4th December, 1851.

    Be it enacted by the Municipal Council of the United Counties of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington,

    I. - That this Council ...

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    BY-LAW No. 38

    Providing for taking Stock in the Wolfe Island Railway and Canal Company - Passed 4th December, 1851.

    Be it enacted by the Municipal Council of the United ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 2, 1851
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    p.2 Loss of the Brig Lucy A. Blossom - Detroit, Nov. 29th - The steamer Niagara, while steaming down the river last night, run into the brig Blossom, lying at anchor near Malden. The brig sank in a few minutes. Immediately on being struck, the brig swung round and ...

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    p.2 Loss of the Brig Lucy A. Blossom - Detroit, Nov. 29th - The steamer Niagara, while steaming down the river last night, run into the brig Blossom, lying ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 29, 1851
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    p.2 A schooner called the Newbould was capsized on Lake Michigan; about thirty persons have been lost. She was on her passage from Chicago to Grand Traverse, with lumbering supplies on board.

    Dec. 1, 1851

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    p.2 A schooner called the Newbould was capsized on Lake Michigan; about thirty persons have been lost. She was on her passage from Chicago to Grand Traverse, with lumbering ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 25, 1851
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    TO SHIP-OWNERS AND FORWARDERS.

    The Subscriber begs leaveto inform the public, that having leased the

    MARINE RAILWAY,

    at Portsmouth, and purchased Mr. Fisher's interest in the business there, he is prepared to haul out the ...

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    TO SHIP-OWNERS AND FORWARDERS.

    The Subscriber begs leaveto inform the public, that having leased the

    MARINE RAILWAY,

    at Portsmouth, and purchased Mr. Fisher's interest in the business there, he is ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1851
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    p.2 Oswego, Nov. 22nd - As the brig Empire, belonging to Fitzhugh & Co., was attempting to make the harbor, she struck the pier, and is now sunk in the harbor. She had on board 63,000 (sic) bushels of wheat.

    ...
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    p.2 Oswego, Nov. 22nd - As the brig Empire, belonging to Fitzhugh & Co., was attempting to make the harbor, she struck the pier, and is now sunk in ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 22, 1851
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    p.2 Towage A Lien Upon A Vessel - Judge Wilkins, of the U.S. District Court at Detroit, has held in the recent case of Eber Ward vs the brig Banner, that towage constitutes a lien or demand against a vessel. He says:

    "The interest of the vessel is to make ...

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    p.2 Towage A Lien Upon A Vessel - Judge Wilkins, of the U.S. District Court at Detroit, has held in the recent case of Eber Ward vs the brig ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 19, 1851
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    p.2 Toronto, 17th Nov. - Shipment of 12,000 bushels barley from Toronto to Cincinnatti by schooner Oddfellow.

    Sailing Match - A spirited sailing match comes off today, between Capt. De LaTour's yacht Hochelaga, and a Scow belonging to Mr. Eccles, of Long Island. The match ...

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    p.2 Toronto, 17th Nov. - Shipment of 12,000 bushels barley from Toronto to Cincinnatti by schooner Oddfellow.

    Sailing Match - A spirited sailing match comes off today, between Capt. De ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 18, 1851
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    p.2 Loss of Steamer Wave - On Friday morning last, the steamer Wave was lost off the mouth of Grande River, she was heavily freighted and was towing a schooner, when she broke her shaft and became unmanageable and ran on Gull Island, breaking her back and becoming in ...

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    p.2 Loss of Steamer Wave - On Friday morning last, the steamer Wave was lost off the mouth of Grande River, she was heavily freighted and was towing a ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 15, 1851
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    p.2 The steamer IDA, and barges, will leave Kingston for Montreal, on Monday, the 18th instant, and continue to ply on the route till close of navigation. Parties consigning property to the Subscriber for transport can depend upon despatch.

    WM. BOWEN.

    St. Lawrence ...

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    p.2 The steamer IDA, and barges, will leave Kingston for Montreal, on Monday, the 18th instant, and continue to ply on the route till close of navigation. Parties consigning ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 14, 1851
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    p.2 Steamboat Accident - When the Steamer Princess Royal was on her upward trip on Wednesday night, and had just passed the Ducks, the connecting rod of her engine gave way, and before the machinery could be stopped, it received considerable injury. The Princess was consequently ...

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    p.2 Steamboat Accident - When the Steamer Princess Royal was on her upward trip on Wednesday night, and had just passed the Ducks, the connecting rod of her engine ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 12, 1851
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    p.2 Buffalo, Nov. 12th - Last evening about eight o'clock a fire broke out in the steamer Buckeye State, and before she could be scuttled and the flame extinguished, she was damaged to the amount of $15,000 to $20,000. She was a new and splendid boat, and was worth ...

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    p.2 Buffalo, Nov. 12th - Last evening about eight o'clock a fire broke out in the steamer Buckeye State, and before she could be scuttled and the flame extinguished, ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 10, 1851
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    p.2 Steamer Sunk - The telegraph from Cleveland says, that the steamer Empire State, which arrived there on the morning of the 3rd inst., struck the pier and sunk in the river.

    Another Collision - Loss of Steamer St. Lawrence - A telegraph message was received here on ...

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    p.2 Steamer Sunk - The telegraph from Cleveland says, that the steamer Empire State, which arrived there on the morning of the 3rd inst., struck the pier and sunk ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 7, 1851
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    p.2 Double Shipwreck on Lake Erie - The schooner Prince Albert of Kent, loaded with staves for Messrs. Eberts and Robertson of Kent, and owned and commanded by Capt. William Taylor, was lost off Long Point, in the late gale, on the 21st ult. The captain and crew were ...

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    p.2 Double Shipwreck on Lake Erie - The schooner Prince Albert of Kent, loaded with staves for Messrs. Eberts and Robertson of Kent, and owned and commanded by Capt. ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 6 1851
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    For Montreal Tomorrow.

    ST. LAWRENCE,

    Capt. Thomas Howard,

    Will leave the St. Lawrence wharf, TOMORROW MORNING, at half-past five o'clock, carrying the Mail and Passengers.

    Kingston, Nov. 6th, 1851.

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    For Montreal Tomorrow.

    ST. LAWRENCE,

    Capt. Thomas Howard,

    Will leave the St. Lawrence wharf, TOMORROW MORNING, at half-past five o'clock, carrying the Mail and Passengers.

    Kingston, Nov. 6th, 1851.

    ...
  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 4, 1851
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    p.2 New Steamer - While at Clayton one day last week, through the politeness of H. Asselstyn we were shown through a steamboat now building at that place by E.G. Merrick and Co., which it is intended will surpass everything in size, speed and magnificence, that has ever been ...

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    p.2 New Steamer - While at Clayton one day last week, through the politeness of H. Asselstyn we were shown through a steamboat now building at that place by ...

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