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  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), Dec. 14, 1843
        p.3 wife of Capt. Fowell gives birth to son on Dec. 3rd. ...
      p.3 wife of Capt. Fowell gives birth to son on Dec. 3rd. ...
  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), Oct. 12, 1843
        p.1 The First Vessel Which Navigated The Western Waters - Hennepin's account of first vessel built and navigated on Lakes. ...
      p.1 The First Vessel Which Navigated The Western Waters - Hennepin's account ...
  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), Sept. 28, 1843
        p.3STEAM ENGINEOf One Hundred Horse Power.For Sale.At Kingston Dockyard.To be sold by Tenders, to be delivered at Kingston Dockyard, on Thursday, the 5th October next,<p ...
      p.3STEAM ENGINEOf One Hundred Horse Power.For Sale.At Kingston Dockyard.To be sold by ...
  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), Sept. 7, 1843
        p.2 letter to editor about seizure of boat at Fort Erie, 2 miles above Waterloo Ferry (near Buffalo) for illegality. [Niagara Chronicle]...
      p.2 letter to editor about seizure of boat at Fort Erie, 2 ...
  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), Aug. 17, 1843
        p.3 THE PRESCOTT TROPHY - a small brass gun (a four or six pounder) was captured at Battle of Windmill by militia, but it was taken away from them by sailors who told them Sandom claimed the field piece as his portion of the prize; it was kept in ...
      p.3 THE PRESCOTT TROPHY - a small brass gun (a four or ...
  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), Aug. 10, 1843
        p.3LAMENTED DEPARTURE.To the inexpressile grief of every one connected with the Naval Department in Canada, Capt. Sandom has at length taken his departure for England; nor has the manner of his leaving been the least touching evidence of the highly ...
      p.3LAMENTED DEPARTURE.To the inexpressile grief of every one connected with the Naval ...
  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), July 20, 1843
        p.3 1843MAIL LINE OF STEAM BOATS & STAGESBetween Kingston & Montreal.The Public are informed that the following are the Arrangements for this season:The Fast Plying and ...
      p.3 1843MAIL LINE OF STEAM BOATS & STAGESBetween Kingston & Montreal.The Public ...
  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), June 29, 1843
        (from microfilm available at Queen's University, Douglas Library)p.3BAY OF QUINTESteamboat Arrangements for 1843.The SteamersKINGSTON,Captain Harrison,<p ...
      (from microfilm available at Queen's University, Douglas Library)p.3BAY OF QUINTESteamboat Arrangements for ...
  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), May 18, 1843
        (from original at Queen's University - Special Collections; Vol. 1 No. XX)p.3CAPTAIN SANDOM AND HIS OFFICERS.The long talked of action brought by Bray against Captain Sandom, for an arbitrary exercise of his authority, was tried at the District ...
      (from original at Queen's University - Special Collections; Vol. 1 No. XX)p.3CAPTAIN ...
  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), March 16, 1843
        (from original at Met. Toronto Central Library; Vol. 1, No. XI)nil(missing issues until May 18th)...
      (from original at Met. Toronto Central Library; Vol. 1, No. XI)nil(missing issues ...
  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), March 2, 1843
        1843 CANADIAN LOYALIST & SPIRIT OF 1812(from various sources as noted)(first issued at Kingston, Jan. 5th, 1843 according to Bytown Gazette of same date)(from original at Ontario Archives)nil...
      1843 CANADIAN LOYALIST & SPIRIT OF 1812(from various sources as noted)(first issued ...
  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), May 2, 1844
        p.2 Important to Kingston - Extract from a private letter, from an officer of Rank in London -"...It is stated that extensive fortifications are to be erected in Kingston, which is here understood to be the Key of Upper Canada, but the Naval Establishment is to be reduced. - ...
      p.2 Important to Kingston - Extract from a private letter, from an ...
  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), April 4, 1844
        p.3 Competition on the Lake - We observe in yesterday's Chronicle a long puff on Captain Richardson's Steamboats, one of which, it is proposed by that gentleman to run between Niagara and Kingston. The pretence of the Chronicle is, that the steamboat in question is designed to ...
      p.3 Competition on the Lake - We observe in yesterday's Chronicle a ...
  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), March 28, 1844
        p.3STORAGE & WHARFAGE.The undersigned, having leased part of the premises lately occupied by Messrs. Sanderson and Murray, on Scobell's Wharf, will be prepared to receive in store, and ship to any port on the Lake, Bay or River, Produce or ...
      p.3STORAGE & WHARFAGE.The undersigned, having leased part of the premises lately occupied ...
  • Canadian Loyalist & Spirit of 1812 (Kingston, ON), Jan. 4, 1844
        1844 CANADIAN LOYALIST & SPIRIT OF 1812(from microfilm available at Queen's University, Douglas Library)nil...
      1844 CANADIAN LOYALIST & SPIRIT OF 1812(from microfilm available at Queen's University, ...
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