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Montreal Herald (Montreal, QC), May 28, 1814 
TextNewspapers    Kingston, May 12th, 1814. The storming of Oswego has been the subject of much conversation, without the public being gratified with a private sketch. As a result of your valuable paper, which has often given me pleasure; in return, if you think the following worth inserting, you are at liberty...
Montreal Herald (Montreal, QC), June 29, 1848 
TextNewspapers    Descent of the Mail Steamer Gildersleeve Down The North Channel Of The Long Sault Rapid. - Those who have traveled on the St. Lawrence are aware that between Dickenson's Landing and Cornwall, a distance of from 12 to 14 miles, there is a long Rapid, called the Long Sault. The Rapid is divided...
Montreal Herald (Montreal, QC), May 28, 1833 
TextNewspapers  Montreal Herald (Montreal, QC), May 28, 1833,   p.2 Mr. Parker's steamboat Kingston was launched in beautiful style on Thursday morning. This fine vessel, (which was originally meant to be called "The Canadian," and which we noticed some weeks ago,) is intended to ply upon the Bay and River. She is of a very handsome model, and will be...
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