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  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), 29 Oct 1840
        1840 THE NEWS, KINGSTONVol. I, No. ImissingThe Prospectus for a new paper called the News appeared in the Chronicle & Gazette on Sept. 12th, 1840. Run by Messrs. S. & J. Rowlands, it planned on emphasizing the marine side of Kingston's economy by ...
      1840 THE NEWS, KINGSTONVol. I, No. ImissingThe Prospectus for a new paper ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 20, 1842
        1842 THE NEWS, KINGSTON(from microfilm available at Queen's University - Stauffer Library, and Ontario Archives, unless otherwise noted)p.3 We perceive by the Niagara Chronicle that Mr. Bethune has launched another steamer at Niagara named The ...
      1842 THE NEWS, KINGSTON(from microfilm available at Queen's University - Stauffer Library, ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 14, 1843
        (from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)p.3 Bray vs Sandom - We are pleased to learn that the verdict of this jury in this case in favor of the plaintiff, has been affixed by the Court above.(News now returning to weekly format)...
      (from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)p.3 Bray vs ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 11, 1843
        (from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)p.2 Affray at Port Robinson - canallers involved. [St. Catharines Journal] Sault St. Marie Canal - meeting needed to push for construction. [Detroit Advertiser] Mr. Walter Elliot, of this ...
      (from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)p.2 Affray at ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 7, 1843
        (from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)p.3The SteamerFRONTENAC,Will, during the continuance of the navigation, ply between this port and Prescott, as follows:Leaving Kingston on Mondays, ...
      (from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)p.3The SteamerFRONTENAC,Will, during ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 4, 1843
        (from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)p.3STEAMBOAT NOTICE.The Montreal Mail Steamer GILDERSLEEVE, will leave for Dickinson's Landing, on Wednesday next the 6th inst., being the last trip this ...
      (from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)p.3STEAMBOAT NOTICE.The Montreal ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 30, 1843
        (from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)p.2 Accidental Drowning - of lock tender near St. Catharines; no foot bridges. [St. Cath. Journ.]A Dismissal - Col. Richards who has for many years kept the Light House on Point Petre, in the ...
      (from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)p.2 Accidental Drowning ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 23, 1843
        (from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)p.2 Marine Disasters - The large fleet of vessels now absent on the upper lakes are suffering injury from the rough and stormy weather. The new brig St. Louis, Kyle, master, which left this port on the 2nd ...
      (from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)p.2 Marine Disasters ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 2, 1843
        (from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)p.1LAKE ONTARIO 1843.THE STEAM PACKETUNION,Capt. Charles Burns,Will, during the Season, ply between Kingston, ...
      (from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)p.1LAKE ONTARIO 1843.THE ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), March 16, 1843
        (on microfilm available at Queen's University - Stauffer Library, and Ontario Archives)nil (only pages 1 & 2)...
      (on microfilm available at Queen's University - Stauffer Library, and Ontario Archives)nil ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 19, 1844
        p.3 The Rond Eau, in the Western District, has been declared a free Port of Entry and Clearance, in lieu of Antrim, by proclamation of His Excellency the Governor-General.p.2Melancholy Loss of Life Near Goderich, on Lake ...
      p.3 The Rond Eau, in the Western District, has been declared a ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 5, 1844
        p.1 The London - This splendid vessel, we understand, is in such a forward state of preparation that no doubt is entertained of her being completely fitted and furnished, and ready in all respects to commence her trips by the beginning of March next. She is to be commanded ...
      p.1 The London - This splendid vessel, we understand, is in such ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 28, 1844
        p.2 The Barometer & the Tempest - using it to predict storms - R.W. Haskins in Buffalo explains use.The Infidel in a Gale - man described as infidel on board steamer Robert Fulton; when it was wrecked on Lake Erie, he started to beg for forgiveness, and was swept ...
      p.2 The Barometer & the Tempest - using it to predict storms ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 21, 1844
        p.1 Welland Canal - This work, says the St. Catharines Journal, has been continued with the usual vigor, and it may be pronounced out of danger - the hollow quoins are laid on every rock, ready for the reception of the gates, which will be hung this winter, and ...
      p.1 Welland Canal - This work, says the St. Catharines Journal, has ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 14, 1844
        p.2 Outrages on the Cornwall Canal - Irish factions at odds. [Montreal Transcript]p.3 Under the very unimposing name of a "Revenue Cutter," it would appear by the following extract from the Albany Atlas, that the American Government is about placing ...
      p.2 Outrages on the Cornwall Canal - Irish factions at odds. [Montreal ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 7, 1844
        p.1 The Primrose - We are sorry to say that our fears respecting the fate of this vessel were but too well founded. She has sunk off Point Petre, and all hands have perished. The names of the unfortunate sufferers were Henry Stanton, (Master), William Burlingham, John Trumpour, ...
      p.1 The Primrose - We are sorry to say that our fears ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 31, 1844
        p.3 We regret to learn that the Schooner Sophia, Capt. Gaskin, of this port, experienced severe loss in the late gale, near Penetanguishene. The Sophia had anchored under the lee of an Island called the Giant Tomb, near Penetanguishene, the wind at the time blowing from the ...
      p.3 We regret to learn that the Schooner Sophia, Capt. Gaskin, of ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 24, 1844
        p.2TREMENDOUS GALE.Awful Destruction of Lives and Property!!!(at Buffalo)....The damage and losses in steamboats and shipping is also great. The steamboat Robert Fulton will be a total loss; the steamboat G.W. Dole ...
      p.2TREMENDOUS GALE.Awful Destruction of Lives and Property!!!(at Buffalo)....The damage and losses in ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 17, 1844
        p.2 Arrival Extraordinary - The Cleveland (Ohio) Herald of Thursday last announces the arrival at that port on the previous day of the sloop St. Albans, of St. Albans, Vermont, Mortimer Blin, master, from Whitehall, Lake Champlain, on her way to New Orleans. The editor of the ...
      p.2 Arrival Extraordinary - The Cleveland (Ohio) Herald of Thursday last announces ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 3, 1844
        p.3 Singular Fact in Natural History - steamer Prince Albert slowed by current in 2 places on Rideau Canal, near the Isthmus, and near Portland...
      p.3 Singular Fact in Natural History - steamer Prince Albert slowed by ...
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