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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Jan. 1, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Jan. 1, 1819,   1819 KINGSTON CHRONICLE (available on microfilm at Kingston Frontenac Public Library and at Queen's University - Stauffer Library unless otherwise noted) p.1 Cleveland, Ohio Nov. 24th. MELANCHOLY SHIPWRECKS. The Schr. Independence of Sandusky, John Brooks, master and owner, John Chambers,...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Jan. 8, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Jan. 8, 1819,   p.3 Kingston January 7th, 1819. Messrs. Editors, In the Montreal Courant of a late date, under the head of Cleveland (Ohio) Nov. 24th, I saw an account of the loss of Mr. MacIntosh's Vessel, the Snow, Duke of Wellington, on Long Point, Lake Erie. Such account was without any foundation, as the...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Jan. 29, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Jan. 29, 1819,   p.3 River still open in front of town - very unusual. ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Feb. 5, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Feb. 5, 1819,   p.1 Home Affairs - Grievances - as stated by certain inhabitants of Ernest Town (part) #4 - There is a grievance of an opposite character, the recent attempts to execute British Navigation Laws, which from the first settlement of the Province, have been considered as not in force in this ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Feb. 12, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Feb. 12, 1819,   p.3 a letter attempting to explain why Mr. Crook's vessel was seized under the Navigation Laws. (ie. #4 grievance in previous date) ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Feb. 19, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Feb. 19, 1819,   p.3 a letter attempting to explain grievance #5. Government Contract. Tenders for the transport of Troops, Baggage, Provisions, Stores, etc. during the ensuing Season, to and from the undermentioned places, will be received at this Office until 12 o'clock at noon, on Saturday the 27th instant -...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 5, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 5, 1819,   p.1 York, Feb 25th. Early Navigation. The Schr. Mary Ann, J. Mosier, arrived here on Monday the 22nd instant with passengers from Niagara, being probably the first instance of the lake being navigated at so early a period of the year. The season has however been so very mild as to make the ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 12, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 12, 1819,   p.2 The Lachine Canal - why needed, site described; it should be paid for by the Government. (almost 2 columns) p.3 Lachine Canal - Lachine Canal Bill passed in House of Assembly. [Mont. Herald] ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 19, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 19, 1819,   p.2 Internal Improvements (Cont'd) - Cedars - examining improvements of the Navigation of the Saint Lawrence. p.3 An Error Corrected - La Chine Canal Bill not passed in Legislature as before reported. [Montreal Herald] ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 26, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 26, 1819,   p.3 Internal Improvements - talks about building a canal between Lakes Ontario and Erie. (full column). ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 2, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 2, 1819,   p.3 Married - at Niagara, on the 6th March, by the Rev. Mr. Addison, Capt. James Paterson, of the Schooner Mayflower, to Miss Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. George Young of that town. ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 9, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 9, 1819,   p.2 La Chine Canal - Report of the Commissioners under the Provincial Statute of the 58th of His Majesty Chapter 10. (3 columns) p.3 La Chine Canal - should it be at government or public expense? [Montreal Herald, April 3rd] Internal Improvement (cont'd) - more on work needed along St. Lawrence...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 16, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 16, 1819,   p.2 Internal Improvements (concluded) - suggesting a company be formed to transport produce from Lake Erie to Montreal, projects costs for more Durham boats, steam boats, etc. (1 1/2 columns) ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 23, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 23, 1819,   p.3 The ice before the town was broken up on Saturday last by a strong North East wind. - Several vessels from the United States with full cargoes have already taken advantage of this circumstance, as will be observed in our list of arrivals. The flour brought over, we are informed, is ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 30, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 30, 1819,   p.1 The STEAM-BOAT FRONTENAC, James Mackenzie, Master, Will in future leave the different Ports on the following days - Viz Kingston for York on the 1st, 11th and 21st days of each month. York for Queenston 3rd, 13th and 23rd days of each month. Niagara, for Kingston, 5th, 15th and 25th...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 7, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 7, 1819,   p.3 PORT OF KINGSTON. Arrived. May 1st - Open Boat Wm. & John, Benjamin Tucker, master, from Oswego, cargo Pork and Potash. open boat Paragon, L. Tucker, master, from Oswego, cargo Pork and Potash. 3rd - Schr. Catherine, James Lyons, Master, from New Castle, cargo Staves. Steam Boat ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 14, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 14, 1819,   p.3 The Bay and River Steam-Boat CHARLOTTE, Will in future leave Kingston for the Bay of Quinte, every Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, stop half an hour at Ernest Town, half an hour at Adolphus Town, half an hour at Hallowell, and proceed to Solmes's, Sophiasburgh; - leave Solmes's at two o'clock...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 21, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 21, 1819,   p.3 PORT OF KINGSTON. Arrived. May 8th - American boat Hornet, Collard, from Sacket's Harbor, with potatoes and cattle; Steam Boat Frontenac, M'Kenzie; British boat Traveller, Covert, from the Bay of Quinte, with flour, eggs, wheat and boards. 10th - American Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughn, from...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 28, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 28, 1819,   p.3 PORT OF KINGSTON. Arrived. May 21st - American Steam Boat Sophia, Wm. Vaughan, from Sacket's Harbor, Passengers and Baggage. 22nd - Schr. President, Joseph Larrabe, from Gennessee, Flour, Ashes, and Potatoes. Schr. Atlas, Wm. Smith, from Oswego, Passengers and...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 4, 1819 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 4, 1819,   p.1 Statutes of Upper Canada - An Act to alter and Amend the Laws now in force, for Levying and Collecting LIGHT HOUSE and TONNAGE DUTIES, and to relieve Vessels propelled by Steam, from paying the said duty on the space occupied by the Engines, Machinery and Fuel. (passed Nov. 27, 1818.) ...
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