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  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), 4 Jan 1839
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    1839 KINGSTON SPECTATOR

    (from microfilm available at Queen's University - Stauffer Library)

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    1839 KINGSTON SPECTATOR

    (from microfilm available at Queen's University - Stauffer Library)

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  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), 13 Jul 1837
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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

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    July 27, 1837

    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

    p.2 Arrived here this morning a new steamer, the Sir Robert Peel; she is very narrow and high for a Lake boat.

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    July 27, 1837

    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

    p.2 Arrived here this morning a new steamer, the Sir Robert Peel; she is very narrow and ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), 25 May 1837
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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

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    COMMERCIAL WHARF.

    TRUAX & PHILLIPS,

    Beg leave to inform the public that they have erected a most commodious New Wharf at the foot of Store Street, on the south side, being ...

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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

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    COMMERCIAL WHARF.

    TRUAX & PHILLIPS,

    Beg leave to inform the public that they have erected a most commodious New Wharf at the foot of ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), 4 Sep 1834
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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

    p.3 ad for Storage & Wharfage - by Barton Philips, foot of Store street. April 4th, 1834.

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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

    p.3 ad for Storage & Wharfage - by Barton Philips, foot of Store street. April 4th, 1834.

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  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), 10 Dec 1833
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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

    p.1 The schooner Three Brothers, Capt. Stevenson, sailed from Poultneyville for this port on Tuesday, 12th inst. laden with wheat and apples. Since then nothing has been heard of her. On Sunday last, a barrel of apples, ...

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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

    p.1 The schooner Three Brothers, Capt. Stevenson, sailed from Poultneyville for this port on Tuesday, 12th inst. laden with wheat and apples. Since then ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), 19 Nov 1833
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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

    p.2 The John By - We are happy to be able to state that this Boat is safe at Marigold Point about 20 miles from York, and very little the worse. Her engine is out of her, and it is supposed she can be ...

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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

    p.2 The John By - We are happy to be able to state that this Boat is safe at Marigold Point about 20 miles ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), 12 Nov 1833
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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

    p.3 We are sorry to notice another accident which has befallen the Steam Boat St. George. While in the neighborhood of French Creek on Saturday last, an important part of her machinery gave way, which has perhaps rendered ...

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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

    p.3 We are sorry to notice another accident which has befallen the Steam Boat St. George. While in the neighborhood of French Creek on ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), 29 Oct 1833
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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

    p.2 We are sorry to learn that several accidents have happened to the boats belonging to the Forwarding Companies; one boat filled while in one of the locks at the Coteau-du-Lac, and four boats are said to have been ...

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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

    p.2 We are sorry to learn that several accidents have happened to the boats belonging to the Forwarding Companies; one boat filled while in ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), 7 May 1833
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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

    p.2 From the Chronicle of last Saturday, we gleam the following items: that the Steam Boat United States, on Monday sennight, run herself a ground, on the sow and pigs, near Pigeons Island; but that with the timely ...

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    (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)

    p.2 From the Chronicle of last Saturday, we gleam the following items: that the Steam Boat United States, on Monday sennight, run herself a ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), July 2, 1840
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    p.3 trial of Lett for attempting to burn steamer Great Britain; sentenced to 7 years in state prison at Auburn.

    (On page 3 is an editorial beginning "This is the last number of the Spectator we purpose publishing in Kingston." According to the July 11th edition of the ...

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    p.3 trial of Lett for attempting to burn steamer Great Britain; sentenced to 7 years in state prison at Auburn.

    (On page 3 is an editorial beginning "This is the ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), June 28, 1840
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    p.2 The Late Outrage - on the steamer Great Britain; Lett and Dafoe arrested for trying to burn the vessel using a trunk loaded with combustible material. [Oswego Palladium]

    p.3 letter to editor complaining about Corporation - (part ) ...I understand ...

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    p.2 The Late Outrage - on the steamer Great Britain; Lett and Dafoe arrested for trying to burn the vessel using a trunk loaded with combustible material. [Oswego Palladium]

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), June 11, 1840
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    p.2 A small Steamer took fire this morning in the harbour, and was consumed. A dry wind might have caused another destruction.

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    p.2 A small Steamer took fire this morning in the harbour, and was consumed. A dry wind might have caused another destruction.

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  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), April 16, 1840
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    1840 KINGSTON SPECTATOR

    (from microfilm available at Queen's University - Stauffer Library)

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    (missing issues until June 11th)

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    1840 KINGSTON SPECTATOR

    (from microfilm available at Queen's University - Stauffer Library)

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    (missing issues until June 11th)

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  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Nov. 28, 1839
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    p.3 Melancholy Accident - On Monday morning last, as the ferry boat from Long Island was coming across to this port, having eleven persons on board, the wind blowing a gale from the South-west, the boat upset and two of the passengers, Nathaniel Shannon, of Long Island, and his ...

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    p.3 Melancholy Accident - On Monday morning last, as the ferry boat from Long Island was coming across to this port, having eleven persons on board, the wind blowing ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Aug. 8, 1839
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    p.1 Canal started to join Lake Michigan with Mississippi River at Milwaukie.

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    p.1 Canal started to join Lake Michigan with Mississippi River at Milwaukie.

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  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), July 4, 1839
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  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), May 30, 1839
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    CUSTOM HOUSE SEIZURE.

    [Brockville Recorder]

    No little excitement has been caused in our community, by some proceedings in this town connected with the customs. The circumstances are briefly as follows:

    On Friday morning ...

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    CUSTOM HOUSE SEIZURE.

    [Brockville Recorder]

    No little excitement has been caused in our community, by some proceedings in this town connected with the customs. The circumstances are briefly as ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), May 2, 1839
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    p.3 Last Friday the Steamboat Traveller went on her usual trip to Rochester and while there was boarded first by the Collector and then by the Deputy Sheriff, with a posse of constables and W.L. Mackenzie, in order to search the boat for two prisoners said to be chained ...

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    p.3 Last Friday the Steamboat Traveller went on her usual trip to Rochester and while there was boarded first by the Collector and then by the Deputy Sheriff, with ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), April 18, 1839
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    p.1 We have been informed that the American Steamers have been fired into from the neighborhood of Prescott and Brockville, and that several shots believed to proceed from a swivel or small cannon were fired at the United States. We regret to hear of such a spirit being ...

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    p.1 We have been informed that the American Steamers have been fired into from the neighborhood of Prescott and Brockville, and that several shots believed to proceed from a ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Feb. 15, 1839
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    p.2 man said to have been involved in burning of Peel is hung as a rebel.

    (missing issues until March 21st)

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    p.2 man said to have been involved in burning of Peel is hung as a rebel.

    (missing issues until March 21st)

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