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  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Dec. 31, 1846
        p.2The Navigation.The Bay opposite the city is completely frozen over. Burlington Bay is still open and the steamer Eclipse continues to ply daily. [Hamilton paper]Correspondence of the Rochester American.Oswego, Dec. 5th ...
      p.2The Navigation.The Bay opposite the city is completely frozen over. Burlington Bay ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Dec. 22, 1846
        p.2 The Corporation - Committee on Wharves and Harbor, approving of Mr. Pigeon's having built light-house wharf, and recommending payment of his account.p.3 Closing of Welland Canal - We have just been informed that the Navigation of the Canal will be ...
      p.2 The Corporation - Committee on Wharves and Harbor, approving of Mr. ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Dec. 18, 1846
        p.2 Mr. Hopkirk becomes Collector of Kingston, succeeds Hon. John Macaulay who resigned. [Pilot]Port of Kingston - Arrived - Dec. 17 - Brig Rachael, Oswego, 458 bbls. flour, Jones & Walker; 12 tons coal, McPherson & Crane.p.3<p ...
      p.2 Mr. Hopkirk becomes Collector of Kingston, succeeds Hon. John Macaulay who ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Dec. 15, 1846
        p.2 The Brevet - Lieutenant Willoughby, R.N., now on board the Cherokee, and Lieutenant Western, R.N., have been promoted to the rank of Commanders.The New Iron Steamer - We are glad to learn that all the material for this vessel has arrived safely at the Harbour and Dock ...
      p.2 The Brevet - Lieutenant Willoughby, R.N., now on board the Cherokee, ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Dec. 11, 1846
        p.3Port of Kingston - Arrived.Dec. 1st - Brig Wabash, Sackett's Harbor, 9330 bush. corn, James Morton.Schr. Mayflower, Oswego, sundries.Sloop Eliza Morgan, Sackett's Harbor, 880 bush. barley, J.B. Hall.Brig Manhattan, Oswego, ...
      p.3Port of Kingston - Arrived.Dec. 1st - Brig Wabash, Sackett's Harbor, 9330 ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Dec. 8, 1846
        p.2Improvements in the Navigation of the St. Lawrence.The Canal which surmounts the Gallopes rapids was opened to the trade on the 25th ult., on which day the mail steamer Gildersleeve passed through on her upward passage to Kingston. The short canal ...
      p.2Improvements in the Navigation of the St. Lawrence.The Canal which surmounts the ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Dec. 4, 1846
        p.2 Close of the Navigation - The River Mail steamer Gildersleeve came up on her last trip yesterday evening. We learn from Captain Maxwell that the St. Lawrence Canals were closed by ice on Tuesday night. The Rideau is also closed. The Princess Royal left Kingston for Toronto on ...
      p.2 Close of the Navigation - The River Mail steamer Gildersleeve came ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Dec. 1, 1846
        p.2The Gale on the Lakes.From the Buffalo Commercial extra, of Saturday evening.Fredonia Nov. 20thThe steamer Indian Queen, Captain Staring, went ashore last night about ten o'clock, just above the lower point in Dunkirk Harbor. She was ...
      p.2The Gale on the Lakes.From the Buffalo Commercial extra, of Saturday evening.Fredonia ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Nov. 27, 1846
        p.2 Disasters on Lake Erie.The steamer Helen Strong is ashore four miles above Barcelona - a perfect wreck, and two lives lost. The steamer Madison is ashore eight miles still further up, high and dry, but not much damaged as far as known yet. The ...
      p.2 Disasters on Lake Erie.The steamer Helen Strong is ashore four miles ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1846
        p.2 Corporation - the Harbour Master's salary is fixed at ¬£125 per year.p.3 Wrecked - We understand that the Barque Grampus of Hamilton, was wrecked in Oswego harbor on Friday last and is a total loss. The Grampus has been very unfortunate, having been a ...
      p.2 Corporation - the Harbour Master's salary is fixed at ¬£125 per ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Nov. 20, 1846
        p.3 The Canada - In our last number we stated that the Canada had met with a serious accident. We now learn that the accident was caused by the crank pin falling out of its place. To repair the damage will cost a sum under $150...
      p.3 The Canada - In our last number we stated that the ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Nov. 17, 1846
        p.2Royal Navy.We in our last number gave an account, hurriedly written, of the first trial trip of Her Majesty's Steam Sloop of War Cherokee, and Her Majesty's Iron Steam Vessel Mohawk. On Saturday we went on board the Cherokee and witnessed the ...
      p.2Royal Navy.We in our last number gave an account, hurriedly written, of ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Nov. 13, 1846
        p.2Royal Navy.Yesterday, Her Majesty's Steam Sloops of War, Cherokee, and Mohawk, made an experimental trip in the Bay of Kingston. The day was, if we mistake not, the anniversary of that on which the Brigands, in 1838, attempted a landing at ...
      p.2Royal Navy.Yesterday, Her Majesty's Steam Sloops of War, Cherokee, and Mohawk, made ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Nov. 10, 1846
        p.2 Statistics - lengths, distances, dimensions etc. of canals, lakes, rivers, etc.Important Discovery - air pipes used to break vacuum of bottom of boat, resulting in faster speed. [Buffalo Express]...
      p.2 Statistics - lengths, distances, dimensions etc. of canals, lakes, rivers, etc.Important ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Nov. 6, 1846
        p.2 During the severe storm of Saturday night and Sunday, a schooner laden with wheat was wrecked on Light-house point, and another freighted with salt, went ashore in Humber bay. We hear rumors of several other disasters, but no authentic particulars have reached us. The ...
      p.2 During the severe storm of Saturday night and Sunday, a schooner ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Nov. 3, 1846
        p.3Port of Kingston - Arrived.Oct. 30th - Schr. Royal Tar, St. Catharines, 1447 bbls. flour, Jones & Walker.Barges Eve and Thistle, in tow, from Ogdensburgh, 5240 bush. corn, McPherson & Crane.31st - Schr. Princess Royal, St. ...
      p.3Port of Kingston - Arrived.Oct. 30th - Schr. Royal Tar, St. Catharines, ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Oct. 30, 1846
        p.2Crowded State of Our Harbour.[Buffalo Commercial of Saturday]Those who have never witnessed a forest of masts in an inland port, like Buffalo, could be gratified with an exhibition of this nature today, by simply walking along ...
      p.2Crowded State of Our Harbour.[Buffalo Commercial of Saturday]Those who have never witnessed ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Oct. 27, 1846
        p.3 The British Queen steamer which ran aground near Lachine on Friday night last, arrived in Kingston this morning.The Corporation - Committee on Wharves and Harbour reported: three tenders were presented for building wharf for Light-house, the lowest of which, 40 Pds., ...
      p.3 The British Queen steamer which ran aground near Lachine on Friday ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Oct. 23, 1846
        p.2To the Editor of the Argus.Sir: - In the charge of the Chief Justice to the Jury in the case of Messrs. John and George Ives, Lessees of the Wolf Island Ferry, against Slueman and others, for infringing on their privilege, His Lordship stated, that ...
      p.2To the Editor of the Argus.Sir: - In the charge of the ...
  • Argus (Kingston, ON), Oct. 20, 1846
        p.2Accidents on the Lake.Capt. Lucas, of the schooner John Miller, informs us that they encountered a very severe gale, on Lake Ontario, on the night of Tuesday last, and had to put in for safety, about half-past nine o'clock, on the south shore of ...
      p.2Accidents on the Lake.Capt. Lucas, of the schooner John Miller, informs us ...
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