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  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 26, 1862
    TextNewspaper       List Of Vessels Passing Through The Welland Canal

    Canadian Vessels are marked by a + Steamers by a *

    April 25

    +*Magnet, Ogdensburg, St.Catharines, no c (unreadable)-it of Madison, Oswego, Milwaukee, salt, mdz

    April ...

    TextNewspaper     List Of Vessels Passing Through The Welland Canal

    Canadian Vessels are marked by a + Steamers by a *

    April 25

    +*Magnet, Ogdensburg, St.Catharines, no c (unreadable)-it of Madison, ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 26, 1862
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    The N. T. Co. propeller Empire arrived down last evening from Chicago, and the Young America of the same line is expected to-night. Richardson says there was a fair prospect of the Straits becoming blockaded again with ice by the NE Wind which was forcing it back to that locality. ...

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    The N. T. Co. propeller Empire arrived down last evening from Chicago, and the Young America of the same line is expected to-night. Richardson says there was a fair prospect ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 28, 1862
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    Sunk - We learn from Capt. Dare that the schooner L.B. Fortis, from Detroit, struck a rock on Point au Pelee Island, a day or two since, and immediately sunk in six fathoms of wate.r the members of the crew are here. - Buffalo Commercial Advertiser

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    Sunk - We learn from Capt. Dare that the schooner L.B. Fortis, from Detroit, struck a rock on Point au Pelee Island, a day or two since, and immediately sunk ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 23, 1862
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    Vessel Capsized - The barque William Penn, we are informed, was capsized in the storm last night between Port Dalhousie and Hamilton. We have not heard of any lives being lost.

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    Vessel Capsized - The barque William Penn, we are informed, was capsized in the storm last night between Port Dalhousie and Hamilton. We have not heard of any lives being ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 23, 1862
    TextNewspaper       For The Oil Trade

    That fine fast-sailing vessel, the Prince Of Wales, owned by Messrs. Norris and Neelon of this town, has been chartered to take to England a cargo of coal oil from Sarnia, and will soon be put in order for her voyage. We trust that she will ...

    TextNewspaper     For The Oil Trade

    That fine fast-sailing vessel, the Prince Of Wales, owned by Messrs. Norris and Neelon of this town, has been chartered to take to England a cargo ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 19, 1862
    TextNewspaper       List Of Vessels Passing Through The Welland Canal

    Canadian Vessels are marked by a + Steamers by a *

    April 17

    Meriman, Oswego, Chicago, salt Geo. Steel, do, do, do Dane, Oswego, Milwaukee, salt Lucy Auchord, Oswego, Toledo, ...
    TextNewspaper     List Of Vessels Passing Through The Welland Canal

    Canadian Vessels are marked by a + Steamers by a *

    April 17

    Meriman, Oswego, Chicago, salt Geo. Steel, do, do, ...
  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 16, 1862
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    A new schooner called the Simmons was launched at Chicago on Saturday.

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    A new schooner called the Simmons was launched at Chicago on Saturday.

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  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 16, 1862
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    The schooner Elk is fast in the ice above Port Huron. She has her sails furled, and the crew have apparently resolved to take things cooly.

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    The schooner Elk is fast in the ice above Port Huron. She has her sails furled, and the crew have apparently resolved to take things cooly.

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  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 16, 1862
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    Flour Afloat - Mr. S.W.B. Richardson, a passenger from Port Burwell, on the schooner Florence Calkins, informs us that a large quantity of flour was passed last evening, far out in the lake, supposed to be part of the cargo of the propeller Pocahontas wrecked last Tuesday on Long Point. ...

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    Flour Afloat - Mr. S.W.B. Richardson, a passenger from Port Burwell, on the schooner Florence Calkins, informs us that a large quantity of flour was passed last evening, far out ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 15, 1862
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    The St. Lawrence River is now open. The propellers Buckeye, Cleveland and Akron have reached Ogdensburg.

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    The St. Lawrence River is now open. The propellers Buckeye, Cleveland and Akron have reached Ogdensburg.

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  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 12, 1862
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    We call attention to the travelling public to the adv. of the steamer Zimmerman. This is now the cheapest route to and from Toronto, and we have no doubt that, through the exertions of the very popular and enterprising agent Wm. Cooke Esq., the route will become exceedingly popular with ...

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    We call attention to the travelling public to the adv. of the steamer Zimmerman. This is now the cheapest route to and from Toronto, and we have no doubt that, ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 12, 1862
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    The Schooner North Star - The schooner North Star, of Milwaukee, which has been ashore at Point Pelee since last fall, has succeeded in extricating herself from that locality, and has arrived at this port. - Detroit Free Press

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    The Schooner North Star - The schooner North Star, of Milwaukee, which has been ashore at Point Pelee since last fall, has succeeded in extricating herself from that locality, and ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 12, 1862
    TextNewspaper       Arrival Of Vessels At Port Dalhousie

    By Special Telegraph To The Journal

    April 12 - The following vessels have arrived bound up - John Weedon, A. Bradley, Pilgrim, Montezuma, Nicaragua, Col. Cook, Maize, Freemont, Cleveland, Forest Clyde, The Andrew, Wm. ...

    TextNewspaper     Arrival Of Vessels At Port Dalhousie

    By Special Telegraph To The Journal

    April 12 - The following vessels have arrived bound up - John Weedon, A. Bradley, Pilgrim, Montezuma, ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 1, 1862
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    Buffalo Creek is now clear of ice and an early resumption of lake navigation is confidently looked for. Lake Erie is also clear, and we understand that parties have been employed this week in cutting the ice out of Port Colborne harbor, in order to let the vessels that have ...

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    Buffalo Creek is now clear of ice and an early resumption of lake navigation is confidently looked for. Lake Erie is also clear, and we understand that parties have been ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), March 28, 1862
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    A New Trade - This week Mr. Shickluna will send by rail to Oswego two masts 90 feet long each, which have been ordered by one of the shipbuilders there. This is entirely a new branch of business in this part of Canada and we trust to see it improved ...

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    A New Trade - This week Mr. Shickluna will send by rail to Oswego two masts 90 feet long each, which have been ordered by one of the shipbuilders there. ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), March 28, 1862
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    We believe it is the intention of the ship-carpenters, etc. employed in Mr. Shickluna's yard to give a ball at the Welland House on the occasion of launching the new vessel about Easter Monday.

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    We believe it is the intention of the ship-carpenters, etc. employed in Mr. Shickluna's yard to give a ball at the Welland House on the occasion of launching the new ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), March 28, 1862
    TextNewspaper       The Opening Of Navigation

    The line of the Welland Canal presents a most animated appearance just now. Everybody having the most remote connection with marine interests is engaged in preparing for the opening of navigation. The shipyards especially present a most lively ...

    TextNewspaper     The Opening Of Navigation

    The line of the Welland Canal presents a most animated appearance just now. Everybody having the most remote connection with marine interests is engaged in preparing ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), February 17, 1862
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    The work on the two vessels constructing by Mr. Shickeluna at his shipyard in this town is progressing very fast, the weather having been extremely favorable. It is expected that they will be ready for launching on the opening of navigation. He has a large number of vessels at his ...

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    The work on the two vessels constructing by Mr. Shickeluna at his shipyard in this town is progressing very fast, the weather having been extremely favorable. It is expected that ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), January 27, 1862
    TextNewspaper       Meeting Of Shipwrights

    The shipwrights of Chicago held a meeting in that city on the 22nd inst., and passed the following preamble and resolution, which, it will be seen, will very likely bring them into collision with the workmen: -

    Whereas The Journeymen Ship Carpenters ...

    TextNewspaper     Meeting Of Shipwrights

    The shipwrights of Chicago held a meeting in that city on the 22nd inst., and passed the following preamble and resolution, which, it will be seen, will ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), March 4, 1862
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    An application is to be made to Parliament by some quarters in Toronto to establish a Board of Lake and River Underwriters at Toronto. The head quarters should be here or at Kingston.

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    An application is to be made to Parliament by some quarters in Toronto to establish a Board of Lake and River Underwriters at Toronto. The head quarters should be here ...

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