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  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), 26 Dec 1828
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    p.262 schr. Telegraph in storm. [U.C. Herald]

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    p.262 schr. Telegraph in storm. [U.C. Herald]

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  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), 12 Dec 1828
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    p. 246 schr. Brock at York. [U.C. Herald]

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    p. 246 schr. Brock at York. [U.C. Herald]

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  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), 17 Oct 1828
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    p.182 storm at Kingston. [U.C. Herald]

    - Sir Peregrine Maitland to York in Bull Frog. [ibid]

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    p.182 storm at Kingston. [U.C. Herald]

    - Sir Peregrine Maitland to York in Bull Frog. [ibid]

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  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Dec. 26, 1828
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    p.262 The Schooner Telegraph, which, in company with the George Canning and Welland Canal, sailed from this Port about a week ago, returned this morning, having been on the lake during the late severe gales. We are informed that she lost her deck cargo. [U.C. ...

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    p.262 The Schooner Telegraph, which, in company with the George Canning and Welland Canal, sailed from this Port about a week ago, returned this morning, having been on the ...

  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Dec. 19, 1828
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    p.255 Drowned - on the 5th inst., from off the Schooner Industry, between this town and York, Hugh M'Lane, a seaman. [Niag. Herald]

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    p.255 Drowned - on the 5th inst., from off the Schooner Industry, between this town and York, Hugh M'Lane, a seaman. [Niag. Herald]

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  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Dec. 12, 1828
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    p.246 The beautiful schooner George Canning, Capt. Whitney, left Niagara yesterday at 2 o'clock P.M. and arrived in our harbour early this morning; cargo Flour and Potash. She proceeds immediately for Prescott.

    We perceive by the Colonial Advocate, that we are misinformed ...

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    p.246 The beautiful schooner George Canning, Capt. Whitney, left Niagara yesterday at 2 o'clock P.M. and arrived in our harbour early this morning; cargo Flour and Potash. She proceeds ...

  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Nov. 28, 1828
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    p.231 The Schooner Brock left this port on Saturday, with a fair wind, and returned on Sunday, with the loss of her foresail and part of the goods which were on her deck. The Brock was within 50 miles of York when the wind changed. [U.C. Herald]

    more disasters at ...

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    p.231 The Schooner Brock left this port on Saturday, with a fair wind, and returned on Sunday, with the loss of her foresail and part of the goods which ...

  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Nov. 14, 1828
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    p.214 Distressing Casualty - man and 2 sons returning in a sail boat from Kingston to Adolphustown upset and drown near Herchmer's Point.

    p.215 Fatal Accident - 2 men killed while working at Deep Cut. [Niag. Herald]

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    p.214 Distressing Casualty - man and 2 sons returning in a sail boat from Kingston to Adolphustown upset and drown near Herchmer's Point.

    p.215 Fatal Accident - 2 men ...

  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Nov. 7, 1828
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    p.206 coroner's inquest on man who drowned when Ives' ferry upset. [Chronicle]

    p.207 Extract from a letter from Post Master at Sacket's Harbor, Oct. 19th - a Durham Boat, laden with 233 hogs, potash, cheese and brooms, capsized between Galve ( Galoo ?) and ...

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    p.206 coroner's inquest on man who drowned when Ives' ferry upset. [Chronicle]

    p.207 Extract from a letter from Post Master at Sacket's Harbor, Oct. 19th - a Durham Boat, ...

  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Oct. 31, 1828
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    p.195 Providential Escape - a scow which left the W.C. Harbour to get lumber, is blown into lake at 20 mile creek; man survives trip across lake in storm. [Farmer's Journal]

    p.199 2-300 labourers wanted at Deep Cut, Welland Canal. [Niagara Herald]

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    p.195 Providential Escape - a scow which left the W.C. Harbour to get lumber, is blown into lake at 20 mile creek; man survives trip across lake in storm. ...

  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Oct. 24, 1828
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    p.190 Steam Boats - There are seven Steam Boats owned on this side of Lake Ontario. Five of these left the port of Kingston last Monday morning, viz. the Alciope and Queenston for York and Niagara, the Toronto and Sir James Kempt for Bellville, etc. and the Dalhousie for ...

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    p.190 Steam Boats - There are seven Steam Boats owned on this side of Lake Ontario. Five of these left the port of Kingston last Monday morning, viz. the ...

  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Oct. 17, 1828
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    p.182 Storm at Kingston - The schooner Jane, of Burlington, the only vessel riding at anchor in our harbour, was driven on shore near Mississagua Point, but we believe she has suffered no other injury than the loss of her rudder and false keel. The Queenston arrived from Prescott ...

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    p.182 Storm at Kingston - The schooner Jane, of Burlington, the only vessel riding at anchor in our harbour, was driven on shore near Mississagua Point, but we believe ...

  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Sept. 26, 1828
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    p.159 Welland Canal - Merritt successful in getting grant of £50,000 in England for the Welland Canal.

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    p.159 Welland Canal - Merritt successful in getting grant of £50,000 in England for the Welland Canal.

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  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Sept. 19, 1828
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    p.147 The Lakes - Lake Superior is lower than usual, the others are higher. ..."Indeed we are assured by old settlers that Lake Ontario was never known to be so high in the memory of man. A schooner of the largest class navigated on the Lakes, sailed down the ...

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    p.147 The Lakes - Lake Superior is lower than usual, the others are higher. ..."Indeed we are assured by old settlers that Lake Ontario was never known to be ...

  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Sept. 12, 1828
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    p.143 Welland Canal - work continues. [Niagara Herald]

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    p.143 Welland Canal - work continues. [Niagara Herald]

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  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Sept. 5, 1828
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    p.134 letter to Editor - Capt. Mosier, of steamboat Niagara, is thanked for carrying poor Indians free of charge.

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    p.134 letter to Editor - Capt. Mosier, of steamboat Niagara, is thanked for carrying poor Indians free of charge.

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  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Aug. 29, 1828
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    p.126 Welland Canal - £50,000 granted to finish the work.

    p.127 On Thursday morning, Commodore Barrie, C.B. arrived in port from Kingston, in his Yacht, and proceeded the same day to Quebec, where he arrived on Friday evening. The Mercury gives the ...

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    p.126 Welland Canal - £50,000 granted to finish the work.

    p.127 On Thursday morning, Commodore Barrie, C.B. arrived in port from Kingston, in his Yacht, and proceeded the same ...

  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Aug. 22, 1828
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    p.119 Harbor at Patterson's Creek, in the London District - An application is to be made to the Legislature, for a grant of money for constructing a Harbor at the mouth of Patterson's Creek, in the Township of Woodhouse. [Loyalist]

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    p.119 Harbor at Patterson's Creek, in the London District - An application is to be made to the Legislature, for a grant of money for constructing a Harbor at ...

  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Aug. 15, 1828
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    p.107 Welland Canal - work progressing. [Niagara Herald]

    p.110 An unfortunate rencontre took place between the Toronto and Dalhousie Steam Boats, on the evening of the 9th instant, while on their way from Bath to Kingston, by which means the Dalhousie was ...

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    p.107 Welland Canal - work progressing. [Niagara Herald]

    p.110 An unfortunate rencontre took place between the Toronto and Dalhousie Steam Boats, on the evening of the 9th instant, while ...

  • Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Aug. 8, 1828
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    p.102 The Sir James Kempt - This new Steamer, built at Bath, under the superintendance of Capt. Gildersleeve, was safely launched on Monday last, and towed into Kingston harbour on Wednesday morning by the Toronto. The Sir James Kempt is a beautiful boat, rather larger than the ...

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    p.102 The Sir James Kempt - This new Steamer, built at Bath, under the superintendance of Capt. Gildersleeve, was safely launched on Monday last, and towed into Kingston harbour ...

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