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  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Dec. 24, 1819
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    p.3 We learn by a small vessel which arrived from Oswego on Wednesday last, that the Schooner Mary Ann, John Mosier master, narrowly escaped being wrecked near that Port about a fortnight since. The Mary Ann left Kingston in a storm of sleet on Thursday the 9th instant ...

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    p.3 We learn by a small vessel which arrived from Oswego on Wednesday last, that the Schooner Mary Ann, John Mosier master, narrowly escaped being wrecked near that Port ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Dec. 17, 1819
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    p.3 Government Transport for the Navy - across the two Portages from Lake Ontario to the Nottawasaga Creek on Lake Huron; from the 1st Feb. 1820 to Jan. 31st, 1821.

    Naval Yard, Kingston 13th Dec., 1819. Ed Laws, Naval Storekeeper.

    ...
    TextNewspaper    

    p.3 Government Transport for the Navy - across the two Portages from Lake Ontario to the Nottawasaga Creek on Lake Huron; from the 1st Feb. 1820 to Jan. 31st, ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Dec. 3, 1819
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    p.3 attempt to steal seized goods from Mr. Ranken, officer of Customs at Port of Bath.

    Another heavy gale of wind from the south-west was experienced on the Lake last Tuesday night. The schooner Mary Ann, Capt. Mosier, which sailed from hence on Sunday with a cargo of ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.3 attempt to steal seized goods from Mr. Ranken, officer of Customs at Port of Bath.

    Another heavy gale of wind from the south-west was experienced on the Lake last ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Nov. 26, 1819
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    p.3 Chambly Canal - survey work continues. [Canadian Courant, Nov. 20th]

    Mr. Marcus F. Whitehead has been appointed Collector at Port Hope, in the District of New-Castle.

    On Wednesday night we experienced a heavy gale of wind from the south-west, which continued ...

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    p.3 Chambly Canal - survey work continues. [Canadian Courant, Nov. 20th]

    Mr. Marcus F. Whitehead has been appointed Collector at Port Hope, in the District of New-Castle.

    On Wednesday night we ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Nov. 12, 1819
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    p.3 waters surveyed from Lachine to the foot of the Vaudreuil Rapids; little expense to make them passable. [Montreal Herald, Nov. 6th]

    Governor of New York State makes a trial trip on Erie Canal from Utica to Rome.

    ...
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    p.3 waters surveyed from Lachine to the foot of the Vaudreuil Rapids; little expense to make them passable. [Montreal Herald, Nov. 6th]

    Governor of New York State makes a trial ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Oct. 29, 1819
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    p.3 New Canal at the head of Long Sault, Ottawa River - progress being made.

    The new Steam Boat Ottawa, which has been built during this season, at the head of the Long Sault, on the Ottawa River, was tried for the first time at La Chine, on Tuesday last; ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.3 New Canal at the head of Long Sault, Ottawa River - progress being made.

    The new Steam Boat Ottawa, which has been built during this season, at the head ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Oct. 22, 1819
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    p.3 During the severe gale last Tuesday night the Schooner Rambler, from Sacket's Harbor, having on board some passengers, 20 barrels Ashes, and a few barrels of Pork, was driven ashore in Reid's Bay, on Wolfe Island. The Potash is said to be greatly damaged, but ...

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    p.3 During the severe gale last Tuesday night the Schooner Rambler, from Sacket's Harbor, having on board some passengers, 20 barrels Ashes, and a few barrels of Pork, was ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Oct. 15, 1819
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    p.3 Commodore Oliver H. Perry, who commanded the American squadron at the battle of Lake Erie, during the late war, died of the yellow fever on the 22nd August.

    Commissioner Barrie returns on steamer Frontenac from tour through the Upper Lakes.

    ...
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    p.3 Commodore Oliver H. Perry, who commanded the American squadron at the battle of Lake Erie, during the late war, died of the yellow fever on the 22nd August.

    Commissioner ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Oct. 8, 1819
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    p.3 F.B. Spilsbury, Surgeon, R.N., late Surgeon of H.M.S. Prince Regent, on Lake Ontario, intends practicing in the various branches of his Profession, at his residence, next door to John McLean, Esq. Sheriff. Kingston, Oct. 6th, 1819.

    ...
    TextNewspaper    

    p.3 F.B. Spilsbury, Surgeon, R.N., late Surgeon of H.M.S. Prince Regent, on Lake Ontario, intends practicing in the various branches of his Profession, at his residence, next door to ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Sept. 24, 1819
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    p.3 La Chine Canal - election of officers postponed. [Canadian Courant]

    ...
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    p.3 La Chine Canal - election of officers postponed. [Canadian Courant]

    ...
  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Sept. 17, 1819
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    p.3

    PORT OF KINGSTON.

    Arrived.

    Sept. 11th - Schr. Munroe, Hubbard;

    Schr. Rambler, Smith;

    Schr. May Flower, Patterson.

    13th - Schr. Minerva Ann, Godfrey;

    Schr. Jackson, Spring;

    Schr. Nightingale, ...

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    p.3

    PORT OF KINGSTON.

    Arrived.

    Sept. 11th - Schr. Munroe, Hubbard;

    Schr. Rambler, Smith;

    Schr. May Flower, Patterson.

    13th - Schr. Minerva Ann, Godfrey;

    Schr. Jackson, Spring;

    Schr. Nightingale, ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Sept. 10, 1819
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    p.3 On Tuesday Evening His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor and Lady Maitland arrived from York in the Steam Boat Frontenac, and proceeded immediately in the Charlotte for the Lower Province.

    PORT OF KINGSTON.

    Arrived.

    Sept. ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.3 On Tuesday Evening His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor and Lady Maitland arrived from York in the Steam Boat Frontenac, and proceeded immediately in the Charlotte for the Lower ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Sept. 3, 1819
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    p.3

    PORT OF KINGSTON.

    Arrived.

    Aug. 27th - Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughn.

    29th - Schr. Olive Branch, White.

    30th - Schr. Rambler, Rickings;

    Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughn;

    Steam Boat Frontenac, McKenzie.

    31st - ...

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    PORT OF KINGSTON.

    Arrived.

    Aug. 27th - Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughn.

    29th - Schr. Olive Branch, White.

    30th - Schr. Rambler, Rickings;

    Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughn;

    Steam Boat Frontenac, McKenzie.

    31st - ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Aug. 27, 1819
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    p.3 man steering boat belonging to Mr. Gerrard of Montreal drowned six miles down river from Kingston, by falling out of boat.

    Ttenders called for store house of cut stone to be built at H.M. Naval Yard, Kingston.

    PORT OF KINGSTON.

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    p.3 man steering boat belonging to Mr. Gerrard of Montreal drowned six miles down river from Kingston, by falling out of boat.

    Ttenders called for store house of cut stone ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Aug. 20, 1819
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    p.3

    PORT OF KINGSTON.

    Arrived.

    Aug. 14th - Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughan.

    16 - Schr. Rambler, Edw'd Rickins,

    Schr. Traveller, Geo. Collins?,

    Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughan.

    17th - open Durham boat, Goff,

    Steam ...

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    p.3

    PORT OF KINGSTON.

    Arrived.

    Aug. 14th - Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughan.

    16 - Schr. Rambler, Edw'd Rickins,

    Schr. Traveller, Geo. Collins?,

    Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughan.

    17th - open Durham boat, Goff,

    Steam ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Aug. 13, 1819
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    p.3

    PORT OF KINGSTON.

    Arrived.

    Aug. 6th - Schr. President, Dunlop.

    7th - schr. Atlas, Smith;

    schr. Swallow, Leslie;

    steam boat Frontenac, M'Kenzie.

    8th - Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughan.

    9th - schr. Swallow, ...

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    PORT OF KINGSTON.

    Arrived.

    Aug. 6th - Schr. President, Dunlop.

    7th - schr. Atlas, Smith;

    schr. Swallow, Leslie;

    steam boat Frontenac, M'Kenzie.

    8th - Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughan.

    9th - schr. Swallow, ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Aug. 6, 1819
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    p.3 La Chine Canal - meeting of Stockholders, who elected nine members of the Committee.

    [Western Star]

    PORT OF KINGSTON.

    Arrived.

    July 31st - Schr. Rambler, Wintworth.

    Schr. Swallow, Leslie.

    Aug. 1st - Schr. Com. ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.3 La Chine Canal - meeting of Stockholders, who elected nine members of the Committee.

    [Western Star]

    PORT OF KINGSTON.

    Arrived.

    July 31st - Schr. Rambler, Wintworth.

    Schr. Swallow, Leslie.

    Aug. 1st - ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 30, 1819
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    p.1 Statutes of Upper Canada - An Act to repeal part of the laws in force, imposing duties on goods, wares and merchandise imported into this Province from the United States of America, and to make further regulations for the Trade between this Province and the said United States ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.1 Statutes of Upper Canada - An Act to repeal part of the laws in force, imposing duties on goods, wares and merchandise imported into this Province from the ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 23, 1819
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    p.3 His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, by a Proclamation dated 21st June, has been pleased to establish a Port of Entry at the mouth of Smith's Creek, in the District of New Castle, to be called Port Hope.

    Captain Barry, Naval Commissioner for the Lakes, arrived ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.3 His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, by a Proclamation dated 21st June, has been pleased to establish a Port of Entry at the mouth of Smith's Creek, in the ...

  • Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 16, 1819
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    p.2 A severe gale has been experienced on Lake Erie; the steam-boat, which had proceeded 70 miles up the lake, was compelled to return. It, however, sustained no injury. [Utica Post]

    p.3 We are gratified to learn, by an advertisement in this ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 A severe gale has been experienced on Lake Erie; the steam-boat, which had proceeded 70 miles up the lake, was compelled to return. It, however, sustained no injury. ...

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