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  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Dec. 22, 1830
        p.2 At a general meeting of the Inhabitants of the Town of Kingston, at the Mansion House Hotel, held on Saturday the 18th inst. pursuant to adjournment, to take into consideration the propriety of forming a Company to navigate the Rideau Canal by steam, John Kirby, Esq. in ...
      p.2 At a general meeting of the Inhabitants of the Town of ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Dec. 15, 1830
        p.2 Rideau Canal - It will be seen that the subject of forming a Company to navigate the Rideau Canal has been referred to a Committee, who are to report to the adjourned meeting on Saturday next. The only difference of opinion is, whether the Company shall construct Steamboats ...
      p.2 Rideau Canal - It will be seen that the subject of ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Dec. 8, 1830
        p.3 Auction - The Steam Boat Toronto, together with all her furniture, will be sold at public Auction to the highest bidder on Monday the 13th inst. The sale to take place on board of the boat at 12 o'clock. Kingston, Dec. 1st, 1830.We have been favored with the ...
      p.3 Auction - The Steam Boat Toronto, together with all her furniture, ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1830
        p.3 Improvement of the St. Lawrence - a meeting held at Brockville to push for improvement; also a report of Committee established by the meeting.Long Point Light House - We learn that this Light-House, for the erection of which a sum of money was appropriated by the ...
      p.3 Improvement of the St. Lawrence - a meeting held at Brockville ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Nov. 17, 1830
        p.3 Notice that the Kingston Mills Reserve has been purchased on behalf of the Commissioners of His Majesty's Navy...signed by Jno. R. Glover, Naval Storekeeper; Michael Spratt Master Attendant; Robert Moore, Master Shipwright.]...
      p.3 Notice that the Kingston Mills Reserve has been purchased on behalf ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Oct. 27, 1830
        p.3 The New Steamer - This large vessel, which is called the Great Britain, was launched at Prescott in fine style on Saturday the 16th inst. She will be in readiness to ply between Prescott and Niagara early in the spring...
      p.3 The New Steamer - This large vessel, which is called the ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Oct. 13, 1830
        p.3 Launch - We beg to inform our readers that Mr. Hamilton's new SteamBoat is to be launched at Prescott on Saturday next at 10 o'clock A.M...
      p.3 Launch - We beg to inform our readers that Mr. Hamilton's ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 29, 1830
        p.3 Lt. Jones of Royal Navy to be stationed at Grand River...
      p.3 Lt. Jones of Royal Navy to be stationed at Grand River...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 22, 1830
        p.3 Commodore Barrie and family return from England, with livestock..."We learn that the Lords of the Admiralty have given orders for the reduction of all the Naval Ordinary Establishments in Canada. [Patriot]** copy...
      p.3 Commodore Barrie and family return from England, with livestock..."We learn that ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 25, 1830
        p.2 Welland Canal - A public dinner was lately given at Oswego, to commemorate the arrival of the first Schooner from Cleveland, Ohio, via the Welland Canal. The circumstance excited a great deal of interest, and much good feeling was displayed on the occasion.Travelling ...
      p.2 Welland Canal - A public dinner was lately given at Oswego, ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 18, 1830
        p.2 Something New - a Canal Packet Boat towed to the foot of Store St. by an American Steamer contains a Museum, later towed to the Bay of Quintie by Sir James Kempt...
      p.2 Something New - a Canal Packet Boat towed to the foot ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 4, 1830
        p.2 We understand there is now a full head of water in the Welland Canal throughout, from Port Dalhousie to Dunnville; and that it is expected His Excellency, the Lieut. Governor will visit this place, for the purpose of inspecting the whole line, on Monday next. [St. ...
      p.2 We understand there is now a full head of water in ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), July 28, 1830
        p.2 The Patriot of yesterday states that half the stock in the projected Steam-Boat of one hundred horse power has been subscribed for. Upon enquiry we find that three fourths of the amount has been taken up, and therefore persons desirous of becoming stock-holders will do ...
      p.2 The Patriot of yesterday states that half the stock in the ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), July 21, 1830
        p.3 We are sorry to learn that the attempt to pass thro' the Welland Canal was a complete failure; the water being too low to admit the passage of the rafts and scows which were loaded...
      p.3 We are sorry to learn that the attempt to pass thro' ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), July 7, 1830
        p.3 Welland Canal - The St. Catherine's Journal announces that the water was let into the Welland Canal on the 26th ult.; and we perceive by the York Courier, that four arks, containing 1600 barrels of Flour, Pork, and Whisky have passed down the Grand River, and through the ...
      p.3 Welland Canal - The St. Catherine's Journal announces that the water ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), June 30, 1830
        p.3 The Gore Balance of the 24th inst. states that the whole line of the Welland Canal was expected to be open for the passage of Vessels on the 23d.A Durham Boat, belonging to Messrs. McPherson & Co. of Prescott, and laden with Wheat and Flour, was totally lost ...
      p.3 The Gore Balance of the 24th inst. states that the whole ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), June 23, 1830
        p.3 (repeated ?)Emigrants - We last week noticed the arrival of a vast number of Emigrants at Quebec, and since that period several hundreds of them have reached Kingston. In the steamboat Alciope, on Friday, there were about 300, and the Queenston, on Sunday, contained ...
      p.3 (repeated ?)Emigrants - We last week noticed the arrival of a ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), June 16, 1830
        p.3 Notice - The Steam-Boat Sir James Kempt, Capt. Gilderslieve, will leave Kingston at 10 o'clock on Sunday morning, for the Camp Meeting Ground, Ernest Town, and return in the Evening. June 16th.Emigrants - We last week noticed the arrival of a vast number of ...
      p.3 Notice - The Steam-Boat Sir James Kempt, Capt. Gilderslieve, will leave ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), June 2, 1830
        p.2 For The Upper Canada Herald - Mr. Editor: - Adverse as I believe most people are to be engaged in newspaper controversy, I do not think that any person can view it less favourably than I do. And had Captain Gilderslieve, when he attempted to prove his desire ...
      p.2 For The Upper Canada Herald - Mr. Editor: - Adverse as ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), June 2, 1830
        (last date on microfilm N-9625)(Note - Microfilm N-9626 from the P.A.C. (or National Library ?) runs from June 2nd, 1830 to March 24th, 1835.)p.2 Smuggling - On Saturday evening about 9 o'clock, Mr. Thomas Robison, one of the deputy Collectors at this Port, having ...
      (last date on microfilm N-9625)(Note - Microfilm N-9626 from the P.A.C. (or ...
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