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  • Tourist of the Woods & Emigrant's Guide (Kingston, ON), 7 Feb 1842
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    TOURIST OF THE WOODS & EMIGRANT'S GUIDE

    The July 11th, 1840 Chronicle & Gazette mentions a proposed Gaelic newspaper to be published at Kingston. The August 5th edition mentions that this new paper in Kingston is called the Ranger of the Woods.

    ( P.A.C. ...

    TextNewspaper    

    TOURIST OF THE WOODS & EMIGRANT'S GUIDE

    The July 11th, 1840 Chronicle & Gazette mentions a proposed Gaelic newspaper to be published at Kingston. The August 5th edition mentions that ...

  • Tourist of the Woods & Emigrant's Guide (Kingston, ON), July 12, 1842
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    (from original at P.A.C.)

    p.3 sailor belonging to William Penn, then loading with staves, drowns while swimming. [Chatham Journal]

    The Steamer Shamrock, belonging to Ross, Matthie, & Co., burst her boiler between Montreal and Lachine, and shortly afterwards sunk. ...

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    p.3 sailor belonging to William Penn, then loading with staves, drowns while swimming. [Chatham Journal]

    The Steamer Shamrock, belonging to Ross, Matthie, & Co., burst her boiler ...

  • Tourist of the Woods & Emigrant's Guide (Kingston, ON), June 28, 1842
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    (from original at P.A.C.)

    p.3 fight between Cork and Connaught men at St. Lawrence Canal.

    Boats For Hire - The Subscriber has a number of pleasure Sail and Row-Boats, of various sizes, which he will hire out by the hour or day, as may be required, to persons competent ...

    TextNewspaper    

    (from original at P.A.C.)

    p.3 fight between Cork and Connaught men at St. Lawrence Canal.

    Boats For Hire - The Subscriber has a number of pleasure Sail and Row-Boats, of various ...

  • Tourist of the Woods & Emigrant's Guide (Kingston, ON), May 31, 1842
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    p.3 Tuesday being the Queen's birthday, a review of the troops in garrison took place before Major-General Clitherow, a large number of spectators being present. The morning threatened a storm, but before noon the sky had cleared up and afforded a most beautiful day for the ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.3 Tuesday being the Queen's birthday, a review of the troops in garrison took place before Major-General Clitherow, a large number of spectators being present. The morning threatened a ...

  • Tourist of the Woods & Emigrant's Guide (Kingston, ON), March 28, 1842
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    p.4 A meeting of the stockholders of the new steamer for the Bay was held pursuant to notice at Ketchum's Hotel in Picton, on the 10th instant, when Simeon Washburn, Esq. was called to the Chair, and John Ross, Esq., Barrister, of Belleville, was appointed Secretary. It is ...

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    p.4 A meeting of the stockholders of the new steamer for the Bay was held pursuant to notice at Ketchum's Hotel in Picton, on the 10th instant, when Simeon ...

  • Tourist of the Woods & Emigrant's Guide (Kingston, ON), March 20, 1842
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    p.2 Emigration - recommends that emigrants with families and scarce of money on way west from Montreal come by way of Rideau Canal

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    p.2 Emigration - recommends that emigrants with families and scarce of money on way west from Montreal come by way of Rideau Canal

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  • Tourist of the Woods & Emigrant's Guide (Kingston, ON), March 13, 1842
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    p.2 Americans not happy with the Welland Canal and plan their own. [Niagara Chronicle]

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    p.2 Americans not happy with the Welland Canal and plan their own. [Niagara Chronicle]

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  • Tourist of the Woods & Emigrant's Guide (Kingston, ON), May 31, 1842
    TextNewspaper      

    p.3 Tuesday being the Queen's birthday, a review of the troops in garrison took place before Major-General Clitherow, a large number of spectators being present. The morning threatened a storm, but before noon the sky had cleared up and afforded a most beautiful day for the ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.3 Tuesday being the Queen's birthday, a review of the troops in garrison took place before Major-General Clitherow, a large number of spectators being present. The morning threatened a ...

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