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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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    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), Dec. 24, 1833
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    p.1 meeting at Port Hope about building canal to Rice Lake. [Port Hope Warder]

    p.3 The weather - ... One Oswego schooner has visited us, and the harbor is up to this date perfectly free from ice.

    Dec. 31, 1833 (Vol. 1 no. 51)

    (from private ...

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    p.1 meeting at Port Hope about building canal to Rice Lake. [Port Hope Warder]

    p.3 The weather - ... One Oswego schooner has visited us, and the harbor is ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Dec. 17, 1833
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    (from originals in bound volume at N.A.C.)

    p.2 harbor closed up.

    ...
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    p.2 harbor closed up.

    ...
  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Nov. 5, 1833
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    p.2 Unfortunate Accident - seaman from Constitution drowns between Niagara and York. [York Courier]

    ...
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    p.2 Unfortunate Accident - seaman from Constitution drowns between Niagara and York. [York Courier]

    ...
  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Oct. 22, 1833
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    (from originals in bound volume at N.A.C.)

    p.2 Lord Aylmer passes through Rideau on board steamer Rideau. [Montreal Herald]

    - Welland Canal gives way in several places, 15-20 vessels are aground. [Buffalo Rep.]

    - man employed on steamboat United States drowns ...

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    p.2 Lord Aylmer passes through Rideau on board steamer Rideau. [Montreal Herald]

    - Welland Canal gives way in several places, 15-20 vessels are aground. ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Oct.  8, 1833
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    (from originals in bound volume at N.A.C.)

    p.2 Navigation of the St. Lawrence - projected canal around Long Sault rapids on American side using Grass River. [Ogdensburgh Republican]

    Upper Canada Forwarding Company - The Chronicle with all its pompous fuss about the ...

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    p.2 Navigation of the St. Lawrence - projected canal around Long Sault rapids on American side using Grass River. [Ogdensburgh Republican]

    Upper Canada Forwarding ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Sept. 17, 1833
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    (from originals in bound volume at N.A.C.)

    p.2 The John By steamer was in danger of being blown up last night. It is understood that the Engineer turned the water from the boiler and then leapt over board. The danger was seen in time to save the vessel which returned ...

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    p.2 The John By steamer was in danger of being blown up last night. It is understood that the Engineer turned the water ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Aug. 27, 1833
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    (from originals in bound volume at N.A.C.)

    p.1 a letter about improvements to Montreal Harbor, and description of Rideau Canal which will take trade away from U.S. [N.Y. Com. Advert.]

    Vice-President of U.S. the Hon. Martin Van Buren, visited Kingston on steamboat ...

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    p.1 a letter about improvements to Montreal Harbor, and description of Rideau Canal which will take trade away from U.S. [N.Y. Com. Advert.]

    Vice-President ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Aug. 20, 1833
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    (from originals in bound volume at N.A.C.)

    p.2 Fire - Last Saturday night about 10 o'clock, the inhabitants of our town were alarmed by the cry of fire. All immediately were in motion with the engines to subdue the devouring element, which was found to proceed from the ...

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    p.2 Fire - Last Saturday night about 10 o'clock, the inhabitants of our town were alarmed by the cry of fire. All immediately ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Aug. 13, 1833
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    (from originals in bound volume at N.A.C.)

    p.2 We omitted to notice last Tuesday, the return of Commodore Barrie and his Lady to Kingston, after an absence of some weeks, upon an excursion to the upper Lakes. We are given to understand, that accompanied by Lord ...

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    p.2 We omitted to notice last Tuesday, the return of Commodore Barrie and his Lady to Kingston, after an absence of some weeks, ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Aug. 6, 1833
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    p.3 The beautiful Steamboat Kingston, which, owing to the narrowness of her bottom, could not be prevented from rolling, is undergoing some considerable alterations; the chief of which is, the addition of a false bottom, ...

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    p.3 The beautiful Steamboat Kingston, which, owing to the narrowness of her bottom, could not be prevented from rolling, is undergoing some considerable ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), July 23, 1833
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    p.1 Steam Engines - mentions 2 steam engine manufacturers in York: the 1st is Sheldon, Dutcher, & Co's, and the 2nd is Charles Perry's. [Colonial Advocate]

    p.2 Rise of Lake Erie - wearing away south shore. ...

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    p.1 Steam Engines - mentions 2 steam engine manufacturers in York: the 1st is Sheldon, Dutcher, & Co's, and the 2nd is Charles ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), July 9, 1833
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    (from original at Queen's University - Special Collections)

    p.2 The Rideau Canal is beginning to be useful: on Friday morning a raft of 300,000 feet of timber, belonging to Mr. Reuben Sherwood, arrived in Kingston from the mills of that gentleman. The Rideau Steamboat ...

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    (from original at Queen's University - Special Collections)

    p.2 The Rideau Canal is beginning to be useful: on Friday morning a raft of 300,000 feet of timber, belonging to Mr. ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), June 25, 1833
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    (from originals in bound volume at N.A.C.)

    p.2 The Rideau Canal is at length opened, the Perth Steam Boat Enterprize having passed through the locks at Kingston Mills, on Thursday last on her way hither, where she will remain to receive her Engine. From an individual ...

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    p.2 The Rideau Canal is at length opened, the Perth Steam Boat Enterprize having passed through the locks at Kingston Mills, on Thursday ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), June 18, 1833
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    p.2 Erie Canal - forwarding lines have reduced rates nearly 40%. [Albany Journal]

    Sir John Colborne arrived from York at Niagara on steamboat Canada; inspected improvements being made at Dock Company. [Niagara Reporter, ...

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    p.2 Erie Canal - forwarding lines have reduced rates nearly 40%. [Albany Journal]

    Sir John Colborne arrived from York at Niagara on steamboat Canada; ...

  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), June 4, 1833
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    p.2 We are informed that the barge Dido, belonging to the Canadian Inland Forwarding and Insurance Company, was wrecked at the Long Sault, on Saturday last. She had a valuable cargo of dry goods on board, most of which are ...

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    (from originals in bound volume at N.A.C.)

    p.2 We are informed that the barge Dido, belonging to the Canadian Inland Forwarding and Insurance Company, was wrecked at the Long Sault, ...

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