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  • Steamboat Monopoly on Lake Ontario
    Globe (Toronto, ON), 19 Aug 1845, p. 2     Steamboat Monopoly on Lake Ontario We have hesitated long as to whether we should bring this subject before the public, and expose the exactions which are imposed on the travelling community on our waters. We are fully aware that where private individuals have embarked in extensive ...
    Globe (Toronto, ON), 19 Aug 1845, p. 2   Steamboat Monopoly on Lake Ontario We have hesitated long as to whether ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), 2 Sep 1845, p. 3
        It will be seen by our advertising columns, that the steamer Goderich, (late Gore,) is about to take the place of the Kent on the British side of Lake Erie, and will facilitate travelling between the different British Ports on this Lake as well as between Buffalo and Detroit. We ...
      It will be seen by our advertising columns, that the steamer Goderich, ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), Dec. 16, 1846
        (copied from the Whig by The Globe, Dec. 16, 1846)p.2 More Last Words - The breach in the Welland Canal having been repaired, a fleet of a dozen vessels laden with flour from Lake Erie made their somewhat unexpected appearance in Kingston harbour on Tuesday and Wednesday. ...
      (copied from the Whig by The Globe, Dec. 16, 1846)p.2 More Last ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), Jan. 13, 1846
        (copied from Whig by The Globe, Toronto, Jan. 13, 1846)p.3 The Weather - ...The crossing to Long Island still remains precarious, for although the ice has made, it is not strong enough to bear loaded teams. The American Channel is open...[Whig] ...
      (copied from Whig by The Globe, Toronto, Jan. 13, 1846)p.3 The Weather ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), Jan. 6, 1846
        1846 BRITISH WHIG(articles copied from Whig by other newspapers, and a few originals - sources noted)(copied from Whig by The Globe, Toronto, Jan. 6, 1846)p.3 The Weather - ...The ice bridge across to Long Island has at length been formed, but ...
      1846 BRITISH WHIG(articles copied from Whig by other newspapers, and a few ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), Dec. 16, 1846
        p.2 The navigation has entirely closed, and winter may be said to have fairly set in. The frost of the three last days has been pretty intense, so much so as to have given a strong coat of ice to the water of the bay below the bridge, and ...
      p.2 The navigation has entirely closed, and winter may be said to ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), December 11, 1849
        THE INDIAN DISTURBANCESAuthentic intelligence reached town last evening from the scene of disturbance at the mines of Lake Superior, and we are rejoiced to say that all fears as to the safety and comfort of the troops are entirely removed. The Gore reached Sault St ...
      THE INDIAN DISTURBANCESAuthentic intelligence reached town last evening from the scene of ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), December 8, 1849
        THE GORE-- We trust that the fears entertained for the safety of this vessel will prove entirely unfounded. Accounts have been received of her safe arrival at Sault St Marie, which is within 45 miles from the Bruce Mines...
      THE GORE-- We trust that the fears entertained for the safety of ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), December 4, 1849
        LAKE SIMCOEThis summer too some one or two knowing speculators went round the country bordering on lake Simcoe, and having bought all the eggs butter, cheese and such like small notiens they could obtain, conveyed them by means of the steamer Gore from Sturgeon Bay to ...
      LAKE SIMCOEThis summer too some one or two knowing speculators went round ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), November 22, 1849
        DISTURBANCES AT THE LAKE SUPERIOR MINESIntelligence has been received by Government from Capt. Anderson, Indian Agent, that some disturbance has occurred in the mining districts on lake Superior. The difficulty has arisen from a claim made by the Indians to the land granted, by ...
      DISTURBANCES AT THE LAKE SUPERIOR MINESIntelligence has been received by Government from ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), April 23, 1850
        (supposed to be original at Queen's University - Special Collections)[couldn't find April 1989]p.3 On Wednesday, Captain Patterson launched his schooner Dundee from the Marine Railway Shipyard. The Dundee was built in this yard a year or two ago as a first-class ...
      (supposed to be original at Queen's University - Special Collections)[couldn't find April ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), Sept. 30, 1851
        p.2STEAMBOAT ACCIDENT.On Saturday night, about 9 o'clock, as the Ottawa freight steamer, Capt. Wells, owned by Messrs. Torrance & Co., was leaving Kingston for Montreal, she was met by the Reindeer coming in. The pilot of the Reindeer saw the ...
      p.2STEAMBOAT ACCIDENT.On Saturday night, about 9 o'clock, as the Ottawa freight steamer, ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), 18 Nov 1851, p. 2
        The Steamer Admiral broke her crank at half past 7 o'clock, A. M., on Saturday, as she was passing Bond Head. No other damage was done. The Steamer Magnet very shortly after the accident met the Admiral and towed her up to Toronto. In consequence of this ...
      The Steamer Admiral broke her crank at half past 7 o'clock, A. ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), May 27, 1852
        WRECK OF THE STEAMER BELLEFrom the Owen Sound CometWe regret to have to announce the wreck of the steamer Belle on Sunday night last, the 16th instant on Cape Croker in Georgian Bay, when en route to Owen Sound, and about thirty miles ...
      WRECK OF THE STEAMER BELLEFrom the Owen Sound CometWe regret to have ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), May 11, 1854
        Two of the vessels in the dry dock all winter, the Louis Shickluna and Welland, are now nearly ready for sea - in fact the former passed up the canal last evening. The steamer Britannia is also on the stocks repairing, but we are informed, will be floated off the ...
      Two of the vessels in the dry dock all winter, the Louis ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), Aug. 15, 1854
        Propeller BOSTON sunk in Lake Ontario, 15 to 20 miles off Oak Orchard, and 50 miles from Rochester, in collision with a three masted vessel. The BOSTON was 6 years old 259 tons burden, and owned by Crawford & Co. of Ogdensburg. ...
      Propeller BOSTON sunk in Lake Ontario, 15 to 20 miles off Oak ...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), Thurs. June 5, 1855
        BURNING OF THE STEAMER "PORCUPINE" We regret to state that on Sunday evening last, about half past seven o'clock, whilst the Tug steamer PORCUPINE, with an empty barge in tow, was coming down to this point, and when nearly opposite the residence of Rev. Mr. Blakey, a fire broke out ...
      BURNING OF THE STEAMER "PORCUPINE" We regret to state that on Sunday ...
  • Collision--Supposed Loss of Life
    Globe (Toronto, ON), 1 Aug 1857, p. 2     COLLISION--SUPPOSED LOSS OF LIFE.--The steamer Victoria of the Richelieu line while on her downward trip from Montreal, on Tuesday night, was ran into by the steamer Montmorenci. The collision took place in Batsman Bay, at 3 o'clock a.m., when the Victoria ...
    Globe (Toronto, ON), 1 Aug 1857, p. 2   COLLISION--SUPPOSED LOSS OF LIFE.--The steamer Victoria of the Richelieu line while on ...
  • Toronto Assizes
    Globe (Toronto, ON), 1 Jun 1857, p. 3     HARRISON VS. BUTTERWORTH.--The plaintiff in this action, a ship-smith, sued the defendant for the payment of certain work executed on the steamer "Montmorenci," while the defendant was master of it. The plaintiff set up that the order was given by Butterworth, but this was not clearly proved. ...
    Globe (Toronto, ON), 1 Jun 1857, p. 3   HARRISON VS. BUTTERWORTH.--The plaintiff in this action, a ship-smith, sued the defendant ...
  • Accident to the "Victoria"
    Globe (Toronto, ON), 5 Aug 1857, p. 2     ACCIDENT TO THE "VICTORIA."--We regret to learn that, early on Wednesday morning, whilst the fine river "Victoria," (Captain St. Louis,) belonging to the Richelieu Company, was on her downward trip to Quebec, and whilst entering Bastiscan Bay, she was run into by the steamer ...
    Globe (Toronto, ON), 5 Aug 1857, p. 2   ACCIDENT TO THE "VICTORIA."--We regret to learn that, early on Wednesday morning, ...
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