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  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 17, 1858
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    p.1 Prospective Steamers - two to be built to run from Grand Haven to Milwaukee, 235' x 34' x 13'. [Buffalo Courier]

    p.2 Welland Canal Closed - By a telegram from St. Catherines, we learn that navigation on the Welland Canal is closed for the season by the ...

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    p.1 Prospective Steamers - two to be built to run from Grand Haven to Milwaukee, 235' x 34' x 13'. [Buffalo Courier]

    p.2 Welland Canal Closed - By a ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 10, 1858
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    p.4 Canadian Enterprise - A railroad is now being constructed in Canada on the banks of the Welland Canal for the purpose of facilitating the transportation of grain from Port Colborne on Lake Erie to Port Dalhousie on Lake Ontario. The Welland Canal being too narrow to admit ...

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    p.4 Canadian Enterprise - A railroad is now being constructed in Canada on the banks of the Welland Canal for the purpose of facilitating the transportation of grain from ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 3, 1858
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    p.2 Lake Steamers Again - resolution introduced at railroad convention at Cleveland to make rates of fares same by rail or by rail and water....

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    p.2 Lake Steamers Again - resolution introduced at railroad convention at Cleveland to make rates of fares same by rail or by rail and water....

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 26, 1858
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    p.1 To The Editor of the Iroquois Chief.

    Sir, - I notice in the last number of "The Chief" a letter from Mr. William McAuslan, Steamboat Inspector, written for the (as he would wish to make your readers believe) purpose of explaining some discrepancy in his evidence before ...

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    p.1 To The Editor of the Iroquois Chief.

    Sir, - I notice in the last number of "The Chief" a letter from Mr. William McAuslan, Steamboat Inspector, written for the ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 19, 1858
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    p.2 Inquest - On Monday night, at 10 o'clock, Mr. Coroner De l'Armitage held an inquest on the body of Hugh McCummisky, who came to his death from injury received while oiling the wheel of the freight steamer Ottawa. The inquest was held on board the steamer, and from ...

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    p.2 Inquest - On Monday night, at 10 o'clock, Mr. Coroner De l'Armitage held an inquest on the body of Hugh McCummisky, who came to his death from injury ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 12, 1858
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    p.1 The inquest held at Morrisburgh, before Doctor Worthington, Coroner, on the bodies of the unfortunate men who were killed by the bursting of the boiler of the Hercules, closed its investigation on the 22nd ult., after a patient and suitable inquiry, returning the following ...

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    p.1 The inquest held at Morrisburgh, before Doctor Worthington, Coroner, on the bodies of the unfortunate men who were killed by the bursting of the boiler of the Hercules, ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 29, 1858
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    p.2 The Rideau Canal - what is to be done with it? - new railroad has lowered use of canal. (1/2 column)

    Water Falling - level at Owen Sound is down two feet. [Owen Sound Times]

    Found Drowned - A sailor named Michael Kilroy, formerly, we believe, employed on board the ...

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    p.2 The Rideau Canal - what is to be done with it? - new railroad has lowered use of canal. (1/2 column)

    Water Falling - level at Owen Sound is ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 22, 1858
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    p.1 The Storm - ... A large American scow, laden with lumber, was driven ashore a few miles below the Town, and must become a total wreck. The schooner Mary Watson is a total wreck upon the north Pier. Her cargo consists of salt, pig-iron, and coal; the pig ...

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    p.1 The Storm - ... A large American scow, laden with lumber, was driven ashore a few miles below the Town, and must become a total wreck. The schooner ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 15, 1858
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    p.1 The Toronto Regatta Club - At a banquet given by this Club after being thoroughly beaten by the Yankees, sundry wet speeches were made by members of the Club; among others, the Commodore, better known as Dr. Hodder, without cause or provocation, in the absence of anyone to ...

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    p.1 The Toronto Regatta Club - At a banquet given by this Club after being thoroughly beaten by the Yankees, sundry wet speeches were made by members of the ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 8, 1858
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    p.4 Loss of the Schooner Col. Cook - By a despatch received while we are going to press we learn that the schooner Col. Cook, en route for Detroit from Liverpool, ran on the rocks at Gaspe, near the mouth of the St. Lawrence, on the 24th, and is ...

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    p.4 Loss of the Schooner Col. Cook - By a despatch received while we are going to press we learn that the schooner Col. Cook, en route for Detroit ...

  • Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 1, 1858
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    (The Daily News has apparently not survived for the balance of the year, but the weekly version has - note name change - from originals at Queen's University, Special Collections.)

    p.2 A Melancholy Accident - On Wednesday last the brig Black Hawk, just returned from ...

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    (The Daily News has apparently not survived for the balance of the year, but the weekly version has - note name change - from originals at Queen's University, Special Collections.)

  • 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 ...

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