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Year:  1836  Groups:  Kingston Spectator   Sort by:  Relevance
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Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Jan. 7, 1836 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Jan. 7, 1836,   ... 1836 KINGSTON SPECTATOR (from microfilm available at Queen's University - Stauffer Library, unless otherwise specified) missing ......
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Jan. 14, 1836 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Jan. 14, 1836,   p.2 £25,000 Lost To The Country To Enrich Henry J. Boulton - politics involving the Welland Canal. [Welland Canal] - letter to editor concerning a weekly Journal called the "Welland Canal" published by W.L. McKenzie. ...
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), March 17, 1836 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), March 17, 1836,   ... and gunpowder excepted) Troops, Baggage, Horses, Parcels, etc. for one or three years from the opening to the closing of the navigation of each year from the year 1836:- viz. From Prescott to Kingston. " Kingston to Toronto, Port Dalhousie, Niagara and Queenston. " Toronto to Cobourg...
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), April 14, 1836 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), April 14, 1836,   ..., - That Mr. James Watt be Purser. Resolved, - That the Boat continues the same trips, and run on the same days as last season. J.S. Cartwright, Chairman. D. Prentiss, Secretary. Kingston, March 23rd, 1836. ...
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), April 28, 1836 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), April 28, 1836,   p.2 Puffing - It is a common remark that if newspaper puffs could raise a Town into importance, there would be no lack of means, but the truth is, puffing is so much at this time in fashion that they only create distrust. We were rather diverted with the following description of the preparations...
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), May 12, 1836 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), May 12, 1836,   ... be removed at the convenience of the purchasers, no part of the Stores to be removed until paid for. J. MARKS, In Charge. Kingston Dock Yard, U.C. 23rd April, 1836. ...
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), May 19, 1836 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), May 19, 1836,   p.2 The opposition between the St. Lawrence and the Rideau Forwarding Companies is commencing with the same violence as it was carried on last year, and each are causing puffing accounts to be published of their means to accommodate the public, and have also employed puffers to aid them in...
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), May 26, 1836 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), May 26, 1836,   .... For Freight or Passage, apply to Messrs. Trowbridge & Grant, Oswego, Messrs. Truax & Phillips, Kingston, or to the Captain on board. Kingston, May 23rd, 1836. COMMERCIAL WHARF. TRUAX & PHILLIPS, Beg leave to inform the public that they have erected a most commodious New Wharf at the foot...
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), July 21, 1836 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), July 21, 1836,   ... to meet the stages for Cobourg, Port Hope, and Toronto. All Packages and Luggage at the risk of the owner, unless given in charge of the Purser and Booked. Every attention will be paid to the comfort of passengers, and the Boat is well adapted to take Freight, Horses, etc., etc. May 27th, 1836...
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Oct. 7, 1836 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Oct. 7, 1836,   ... will be paid to the comfort of passengers, and the Boat is well adapted to take Freight, Horses, etc., etc. May 27th, 1836. ...
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Nov. 4, 1836 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Nov. 4, 1836,   p.2 Disasters on Lake Michigan - During the storm on the 3rd inst. the Schooners Gen. Harrison, Celeste, and Erie, went ashore at Chicago. The schooner Martin Van Buren, sunk inside the piers. Brig North Carolina, ashore 12 miles above Michigan City, high & dry. Schooners Chicago and ...
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Nov. 11, 1836 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Nov. 11, 1836,   p.2 Buffalo, Oct. 24th - Yesterday 4000 people left this port in steamboats for the West; and it is estimated, that from 9 o'clock yesterday morning to 9 o'clock this evening, not less than 7,000 will have passed out of our harbor up the Lake.... ...
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Nov. 25, 1836 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Nov. 25, 1836,   p.2 Murder - clerk murdered at dock in Port Hope while loading Commodore Barrie. [Cobourg Star] The Steamer St. George is on her last trip to Toronto. The Traveller and Canada are yet in motion on this part of Lake Ontario. The Rideau Canal is closed for the season. (missing issues until Dec....
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Dec. 22, 1836 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Dec. 22, 1836,   p.2 Estimate of the Welland Canal - made by Mr. Gowan. - Assembly votes £9000 to improve Windsor Harbor. ...
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