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  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), 29 Oct 1840
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    1840 THE NEWS, KINGSTON

    Vol. I, No. I

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    The Prospectus for a new paper called the News appeared in the Chronicle & Gazette on Sept. 12th, 1840. Run by Messrs. S. & J. Rowlands, it planned on emphasizing the marine side of Kingston's economy by ...

    TextNewspaper    

    1840 THE NEWS, KINGSTON

    Vol. I, No. I

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    The Prospectus for a new paper called the News appeared in the Chronicle & Gazette on Sept. 12th, 1840. Run by Messrs. S. ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 20, 1847
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    (from photostat of original, at Ontario Archives)

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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 ...

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    (from photostat of original, at Ontario Archives)

    p.1

    FORWARDING and TOWAGE,

    For 1847.

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

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 22, 1846
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    p.2 The Accident on the Sydenham - three people have died; need for inquest.

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    p.2 The Accident on the Sydenham - three people have died; need for inquest.

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  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 19, 1846
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    p.2 Steamboat Accident - while travelling between Montreal and Quebec, boiler induction pipe of Lord Sydenham explodes; many people scalded. (formerly Ontario - ed.). [Montreal Courier]

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    p.2 Steamboat Accident - while travelling between Montreal and Quebec, boiler induction pipe of Lord Sydenham explodes; many people scalded. (formerly Ontario - ed.). [Montreal Courier]

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  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 15, 1846
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    p.2 A New Propeller - The Earl Cathcart, a new Propeller built at Amherstburgh during the summer by Messrs. Parks & Company and others, arrived here this morning from Toronto with a large miscellaneous freight, (equal to 8,000 bushels wheat,) and several cabin passengers. She ...

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    p.2 A New Propeller - The Earl Cathcart, a new Propeller built at Amherstburgh during the summer by Messrs. Parks & Company and others, arrived here this morning from ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 12, 1846
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    p.2 The Steamer Kent - The action brought against the proprietors of the London for the collision with the Kent, which resulted in the loss of the latter vessel, was submitted to a Jury of the Gore District. The case had been previously submitted to a jury in the ...

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    p.2 The Steamer Kent - The action brought against the proprietors of the London for the collision with the Kent, which resulted in the loss of the latter vessel, ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 8, 1846
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    p.2 Quick Work - We have occasionally noticed short passages performed by some of our lake craft, but we do not know that we have had to record a better instance of despatch than the following. Messrs. Calvin, Cook & Co.'s brig Liverpool, Mair, lately made a trip from ...

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    p.2 Quick Work - We have occasionally noticed short passages performed by some of our lake craft, but we do not know that we have had to record a ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 1, 1846
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    p.2 Telegraph for Steamboats - A Mr. Weller, in the United States, has constructed a very ingenious telegraph for steamboats, by which the pilot in the wheelhouse can give his orders to the Engineer in the darkest night, or in a gale of wind, for the management of the ...

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    p.2 Telegraph for Steamboats - A Mr. Weller, in the United States, has constructed a very ingenious telegraph for steamboats, by which the pilot in the wheelhouse can give ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 28, 1846
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    p.3 Another Iron Steamer - We learn from the Argus that Capt. Sutherland has been in England procuring the material for an iron steamer similar to that now building by the Hon. John Hamilton here.

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    p.3 Another Iron Steamer - We learn from the Argus that Capt. Sutherland has been in England procuring the material for an iron steamer similar to that now building ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 24, 1846
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    p.2 Relief To The Sufferers By the Cedar Island Calamity - [Chronicle and Gazette]

    p.3 The Harbor Bill - The Corporation has at length come to a decision upon the Harbor Bill, which has been republished with a reduced schedule of taxation. The parties ...

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    p.2 Relief To The Sufferers By the Cedar Island Calamity - [Chronicle and Gazette]

    p.3 The Harbor Bill - The Corporation has at length come to a decision upon ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 21, 1846
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    p.2 The Calamity near Cedar Island - meeting reveals 12 widows, 15 children; money to be given out to sufferers. [Whig]

    Erie Canal Business - figures showing increase of business. [Buffalo Commercial Advertiser]

    The Ireland - The Montreal Courier of Wednesday ...

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    p.2 The Calamity near Cedar Island - meeting reveals 12 widows, 15 children; money to be given out to sufferers. [Whig]

    Erie Canal Business - figures showing increase of business. ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 17, 1846
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    p.2 The Late Catastrophe - list of names of 15 victims, inquest, funeral.

    Deplorable - man from Kingston suicides off schooner Sovereign at dock. [Hamilton Spectator]

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    p.2 The Late Catastrophe - list of names of 15 victims, inquest, funeral.

    Deplorable - man from Kingston suicides off schooner Sovereign at dock. [Hamilton Spectator]

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  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 14, 1846
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    p.2 Dreadful Catastrophe - Seventeen or Eighteen Lives Lost - masons and laborers have been working on Cedar Island building redoubt; on Saturday night about 23 or 24 crowded into a rowboat to cross over to mainland; boat upset, 17 bodies recovered; public meeting held to help ...

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    p.2 Dreadful Catastrophe - Seventeen or Eighteen Lives Lost - masons and laborers have been working on Cedar Island building redoubt; on Saturday night about 23 or 24 crowded ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 10, 1846
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    p.2 An Extraordinary Importation - A Schooner of about 200 tons burthen, the Luther Wright, from Michigan City in Indiana, laden with Indian Corn, arrived in our port on Tuesday last, consigned to John Lisle Esq., Distiller. The Luther Wright left port on the 4th ult. This is ...

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    p.2 An Extraordinary Importation - A Schooner of about 200 tons burthen, the Luther Wright, from Michigan City in Indiana, laden with Indian Corn, arrived in our port on ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 7, 1846
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    p.2 Lake Superior Copper Mines & Fisheries - mentions a notice in Canada Gazette for the charter of a company, to unite by a ship canal, the navigable waters above and below the Falls of Ste. Marie. [Toronto Colonist]

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    p.2 Lake Superior Copper Mines & Fisheries - mentions a notice in Canada Gazette for the charter of a company, to unite by a ship canal, the navigable waters ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 3, 1846
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    p.3 Canal Tolls - The Canada Gazette announces a reduction of tolls on the Rideau Canal. For the future the rates will be as follows: Beef, Pork, Beer and Cider per barrel 1/4 d. per lock passed; Flour, Biscuit and Apples per barrel 1/6 of a penny per lock ...

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    p.3 Canal Tolls - The Canada Gazette announces a reduction of tolls on the Rideau Canal. For the future the rates will be as follows: Beef, Pork, Beer and ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 31, 1846
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    p.2 Navigation of the Ottawa - Our readers will recollect that some weeks since we called the attention of the authorities to the state of the Ottawa River. Among the sources of complaint which we pointed out was the St. Anne's Lock, where the shallow part was a serious ...

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    p.2 Navigation of the Ottawa - Our readers will recollect that some weeks since we called the attention of the authorities to the state of the Ottawa River. Among ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 27, 1846
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    p.3 Picnic Excursion to Simcoe Island - on steamer Prince Albert, for the Mechanic's Institution, on 1st September.

    EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OFFICE.

    Montreal, 20th August, 1846.

    Notice is hereby given, by order of His Excellency the Governor General in ...

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    p.3 Picnic Excursion to Simcoe Island - on steamer Prince Albert, for the Mechanic's Institution, on 1st September.

    EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OFFICE.

    Montreal, 20th August, 1846.

    Notice is hereby given, by order ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 24, 1846
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    p.2 Draft of a Petition of the Toronto Board of Trade - on the subject of the repeal of the British Navigation Laws - their effect on St. Lawrence trade.

    p.3 Melancholy Occurrence - steamer Rochester runs over skiff in harbor, and 1 man drowns.

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    p.2 Draft of a Petition of the Toronto Board of Trade - on the subject of the repeal of the British Navigation Laws - their effect on St. Lawrence ...

  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 20, 1846
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    p.2 The Late Regatta - on Rice Lake a disaster, except for magnificent dinner on steamer Forester. [Peterboro Chronicle]

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    p.2 The Late Regatta - on Rice Lake a disaster, except for magnificent dinner on steamer Forester. [Peterboro Chronicle]

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