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  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 23, 1859
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    p.3 storm, Champion and New Era safe. [Globe]

    -str. New Era aground. (paper in poor condition)

    The wind blew a gale on Tuesday night, and about midnight it rained heavily. The steamer Champion, which left this harbor at 6 o'clock, after having made some progress en ...

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    p.3 storm, Champion and New Era safe. [Globe]

    -str. New Era aground. (paper in poor condition)

    The wind blew a gale on Tuesday night, and about midnight it rained heavily. The ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 16, 1859
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    p.1 Walking Upon the Water - Mr. S. Gardner gives demonstration of his pontoons at Oswego.

    p.2 Mr. Cantin, shipbuilder at Montreal, to close extensive works and call meeting of creditors.

    ...
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    p.1 Walking Upon the Water - Mr. S. Gardner gives demonstration of his pontoons at Oswego.

    p.2 Mr. Cantin, shipbuilder at Montreal, to close extensive works and call meeting ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 9, 1859
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    p.1 sch. Cascade from Oswego to Cleveland, put into this port on Friday (can't read rest of article)

    p.3 description of Victoria Band excursion on str. St. Lawrence to Bath and Amherst Island.

    ...
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    p.1 sch. Cascade from Oswego to Cleveland, put into this port on Friday (can't read rest of article)

    p.3 description of Victoria Band excursion on str. St. Lawrence to ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 2, 1859
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    p.1 Rideau Canal - A permanent dam is being built at this place, to replace the old one which had given way last spring. Mr. Wm. Palen, of Ottawa, is the contractor, and judging from present appearances, it will be a very substantial structure.

    We have heard it stated that ...

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    p.1 Rideau Canal - A permanent dam is being built at this place, to replace the old one which had given way last spring. Mr. Wm. Palen, of Ottawa, ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 26, 1859
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    p.1 The steamer Boston, that was damaged at Matilda, a short time ago, has been got off, and we are informed will again be able to resume her usual trips in a short time. The following letter to Captain T. Maxwell, of Montreal, will explain the whole matter: -

    Matilda, ...

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    p.1 The steamer Boston, that was damaged at Matilda, a short time ago, has been got off, and we are informed will again be able to resume her usual ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 19, 1859
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    p.1 A Living Head On a Dead Body - Archibald Campbell paralyzed from neck down, was one of best ship carpenters in country; superintended construction of such steamers as Montreal, Quebec, and Highlander. [Newburgh Index Aug. 3rd]

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    A ...

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    p.1 A Living Head On a Dead Body - Archibald Campbell paralyzed from neck down, was one of best ship carpenters in country; superintended construction of such steamers as ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 11, 1859
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    p.1 Presentation - of a Marine opera glass to Capt. H.O. Hitchcock on board str. Gazelle, by "Thousand Island Cruisers.;" he had for four years conducted a cruise among the Thousand Islands with parties of the citizens from Watertown.

    The schooner Swift, of Toronto, ...

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    p.1 Presentation - of a Marine opera glass to Capt. H.O. Hitchcock on board str. Gazelle, by "Thousand Island Cruisers.;" he had for four years conducted a cruise among ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 5, 1859
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    p.1 Lumber Shipping at Whitby harbor - has more than trebled in 3 years.

    The steamer Bowmanville left Toronto with a large load of freight and passengers for Quebec. Her freight consisted of furniture from the Inspector General's offices, and about 160 tons of government ...

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    p.1 Lumber Shipping at Whitby harbor - has more than trebled in 3 years.

    The steamer Bowmanville left Toronto with a large load of freight and passengers for Quebec. Her ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), July 29, 1859
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    p.1 Lake & Ocean Direct Trade - Movements of the Fleet of Lake Vessels - mentions J.G. Deshler, Grand Turk, Valeria, Gold Hunter, brig Caroline offered for sale at Liverpool, R.H. Harmon, letter from Capt. of Caroline. [Buffalo Republic July 18th]

    p.2 We ...

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    p.1 Lake & Ocean Direct Trade - Movements of the Fleet of Lake Vessels - mentions J.G. Deshler, Grand Turk, Valeria, Gold Hunter, brig Caroline offered for sale at ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), July 22, 1859
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    p.1 The steamer Rescue arrived at Collingwood from Fort Willliam on the evening of Sunday, at nine o'clock. She brings the mail from Red River. Her passengers reached Toronto at 11 o'clock forenoon via the Northern Railroad.

    p.2 Revival of Trade - Port of ...

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    p.1 The steamer Rescue arrived at Collingwood from Fort Willliam on the evening of Sunday, at nine o'clock. She brings the mail from Red River. Her passengers reached Toronto ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), July 15, 1859
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    p.1 Disasters on Lake Erie - A terrible storm prevailed in the vicinity of Buffalo and Lake Erie last Saturday week, in which the bark Sunshine was capsized. At the time of the capsize the captain's wife, Mrs. McNiel, was in the cabin with her three children, one man ...

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    p.1 Disasters on Lake Erie - A terrible storm prevailed in the vicinity of Buffalo and Lake Erie last Saturday week, in which the bark Sunshine was capsized. At ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), July 8, 1859
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    p.1 Commerce of the Lakes - bark Hugh Barclay to be despatched direct from Detroit to Old World, by Messrs. Aspinall & Son, of Detroit

    Welland Canal - The breach in the canal has been repaired, by working day and night, and vessels are again passing through. A less ...

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    p.1 Commerce of the Lakes - bark Hugh Barclay to be despatched direct from Detroit to Old World, by Messrs. Aspinall & Son, of Detroit

    Welland Canal - The breach ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), July 1, 1859
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    p.2 The eastern entrance of the Toronto harbor, says the Leader, is daily becoming more capable of admitting the passage of vessels. The water there is now nearly nine feet deep. The boats of the Royal Mail Line, the American boats, and all the other steamers pass through it. ...

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    p.2 The eastern entrance of the Toronto harbor, says the Leader, is daily becoming more capable of admitting the passage of vessels. The water there is now nearly nine ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), June 24, 1859
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    p.2 For Salt Water - A new vessel of about 400 tons, hailing from Sandusky, came to anchor in the harbor yesterday morning, bound for London. We did not learn her name. On Saturday three vessels from the Upper Lakes cleared for the salt water, the Masillon, M.S. Scott, ...

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    p.2 For Salt Water - A new vessel of about 400 tons, hailing from Sandusky, came to anchor in the harbor yesterday morning, bound for London. We did not ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), June 17, 1859
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    p.2 A Short Trip on the Rideau Canal - aboard str. Ottawa, Capt. Ryan - some description of boat and captain, as well as some villages; the Ottawa was last winter thoroughly repaired, and had an upper cabin added for gentlemen. (over a full column)

    The Collingwood Route - ...

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    p.2 A Short Trip on the Rideau Canal - aboard str. Ottawa, Capt. Ryan - some description of boat and captain, as well as some villages; the Ottawa was ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), June 10, 1859
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    p.2 A Week Among the Thousand Islands - about fishing.

    p.3 Wreck - Loss of 5 Men - Capt. John Miller, of this place, arrived in port today, (Tuesday), and brings the sad intelligence of the wreck of the schooner Euphrata, Capt. Klassen, off Kalamazoo, during ...

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    p.2 A Week Among the Thousand Islands - about fishing.

    p.3 Wreck - Loss of 5 Men - Capt. John Miller, of this place, arrived in port today, (Tuesday), ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), June 3, 1859
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    p.3 An inquest was held on Saturday in the township of Pittsburgh before Mr. Coroner Bryant on the body of Maurice Powers, a sailor who was drowned off Nine Mile Point from the schooner Omar Pacha on the 8th April last. The body washed ashore at Milton's Point on ...

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    p.3 An inquest was held on Saturday in the township of Pittsburgh before Mr. Coroner Bryant on the body of Maurice Powers, a sailor who was drowned off Nine ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), May 27, 1859
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    p.1 The steamer Kaloolah has commenced running between Port Stanley and Buffalo, touching at the intermediate ports. She leaves Port Dover on the evenings of Monday and Thursday, at 9 o'clock, to connect with the Welland Railway and the steamer Peerless, for Toronto. The trip to ...

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    p.1 The steamer Kaloolah has commenced running between Port Stanley and Buffalo, touching at the intermediate ports. She leaves Port Dover on the evenings of Monday and Thursday, at ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), May 20, 1859
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    p.1 Assizes - Eleventh Day - Friday, May 13th

    Commercial Bank vs John Cameron - This case, in which a large sum of money was involved, was put off for the present Assizes upon affidavit. It is connected with the case in which the Bank obtained a verdict on Wednesday ...

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    p.1 Assizes - Eleventh Day - Friday, May 13th

    Commercial Bank vs John Cameron - This case, in which a large sum of money was involved, was put off for ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), May 13, 1859
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    p.1 str. Islander takes large shipment of grain etc. to Malta, for Bruce Township. [Kincardine Commonwealth]

    The Assizes

    Friday, May 7th - Anglin v. The Grand Trunk Railway

    This was an action brought by the plaintiff, who is the owner of a ...

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    p.1 str. Islander takes large shipment of grain etc. to Malta, for Bruce Township. [Kincardine Commonwealth]

    The Assizes

    Friday, May 7th - Anglin v. The Grand Trunk Railway

    This was an ...

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