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  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), 31 May 1827, p. 1, column 5
        We left York last Wednesday week, (on our way to Montreal,) in the Queenston steam-boat; and having made enquiry into the cause of her detention at York the week before, we learnt that part of the knee of the boiler gave way, an accident which was fully repaired in a ...
      We left York last Wednesday week, (on our way to Montreal,) in ...
  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), September 30, 1830
        The steam boat William Peacock met with a dreadful accident on the 17th, outside the light house at Buffalo, on her way to Detroit, when about four miles outside the light house, a joint of the pipe, which conveys team from the boilers to the cylinder, gave way, which instantly ...
      The steam boat William Peacock met with a dreadful accident on the ...
  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), September 2, 1830
        The Canada steam-boat has returned to York injured. Her regular trips will be interupted for a day or two. ...
      The Canada steam-boat has returned to York injured. Her regular trips will ...
  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), September 2, 1830
        The first fruits - The schr. Erie, from Cleveland, Ohio, arrived at Oswego on the 3rd inst by the way of the Welland Canal. This arrival was celebrated in a becoming manner by the citizens of Oswego. ...
      The first fruits - The schr. Erie, from Cleveland, Ohio, arrived at ...
  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), August 19, 1830
        [From The Kingston Herald] Welland Canal - We are happy that it is in our power to give the public some correct information respecting the Welland Canal. Lieutenant Jones, of the Royal Navy has just returned from a cruise, and states that on Friday last his vessel, the ...
      [From The Kingston Herald] Welland Canal - We are happy that it ...
  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), August 5, 1830
        Welland Canal - We are informed that the directors of this extensive and costly undertaking have not once been called together by the president, from the day of the meeting at the close of the last session until now. If this is the case, who audits accounts, isues orders, sellls ...
      Welland Canal - We are informed that the directors of this extensive ...
  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), May 19, 1831
        The schooner noticed in our last, as having been upset and in tow by the HERCULES, was the LUCINDA of Oswego. She was with the aid of the DALHOUSIE, towed safely into Kingston harbour. No lives were lost. ...
      The schooner noticed in our last, as having been upset and in ...
  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), Thursday, May 12, 1831
        The vessel in question was the LUCINDA of Oswego...
      The vessel in question was the LUCINDA of Oswego...
  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), April 14, 1831
        Dreadful Shipwreck In York Bay - On last Tuesday night, about 10 o'clock, a gale sprung up on the lake from the westward, which was more violent than was ever remembered in this place, and proved more awful in its consequences. The fine schooner Prescott, laden with upwards of 5000 ...
      Dreadful Shipwreck In York Bay - On last Tuesday night, about 10 ...
  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), July 21, 1831
        Desjardins' Canal While ruminating on the importance of the Burlington Bay Harbor, and contemplating the future uesefulness of the undertaking, it would be narrow selfishness in us to ...
      Desjardins' Canal While ruminating on the importance of the Burlington Bay Harbor, ...
  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), July 21, 1831
        Melancholy Shipwreck The schooner Henry Clay of and from Oswego, Fitzhugh (owner), her first voyage, with 700 barreels of salt. Among the persons lost were ...
      Melancholy Shipwreck The schooner Henry Clay of and from Oswego, Fitzhugh (owner), ...
  • Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), May 19, 1831
        The MONRO schooner,belonging to Oswego, went ashore last Sunday week four miles west of that port (two days from Ogdensburgh), and is a total wreck. The crew were all saved. ...
      The MONRO schooner,belonging to Oswego, went ashore last Sunday week four miles ...
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