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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Dec. 21, 1841
        p.2 a letter to editor of Patriot about Welland Canal Stock.New Provincial Customs Act - mentions Thirkell & Masson's foundry - ..."Messrs. Thirkell & Masson have cast cooking stoves of an improved construction, at the Kingston Foundry, so that we hope our ...
      p.2 a letter to editor of Patriot about Welland Canal Stock.New Provincial ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Dec. 14, 1841
        p.2 Welland Canal Feeder - the water will be shut off to feeder to enable work to start. [St. Catherine's Journal]The hull of that floating palace, the steam boat, Great Britain has been purchased by the Messrs. Ives, from the Hon. John Hamilton, for the purpose of fitting ...
      p.2 Welland Canal Feeder - the water will be shut off to ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Dec. 7, 1841
        p.2 The building of a new Steam Boat of the largest class, and designed for the greatest speed, has just been commenced in this village, and is to be completed during the winter, to be in readiness on the opening of navigation, to take her place in a daily ...
      p.2 The building of a new Steam Boat of the largest class, ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Nov. 30, 1841
        p.1 Report on Welland Canal - figures on volumes of products, etc. (full column) [Montreal Gazette]p.2 On Tuesday night last, as the splendid steamer, the Princess Royal, was coming up from Kingston, she encountered a tremendous gale from the ...
      p.1 Report on Welland Canal - figures on volumes of products, etc. ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Nov. 23, 1841
        p.1 We are glad to learn that the new vessel belonging to Messrs. Murray & Sanderson, constructed by Mr. Nelson Walker, of this city, upon the propeller system, arrived in port, on Wednesday, with 2 barges in tow, fully laden, from Kingston. Owing to the difficulties in ...
      p.1 We are glad to learn that the new vessel belonging to ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Nov. 16, 1841
        p.1 We understand that the loss of property on the River St. Lawrence this season has been unprecedented, caused no doubt from the lowness of the waters; no less than seven Barges have been stranded in as many days - 4 belonging to Messrs. M'Pherson and Crane and Company, ...
      p.1 We understand that the loss of property on the River St. ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Nov. 9, 1841
        p.1 Water Spout on Lake Erie [Cleveland Herald]p.2 [from the Toronto Colonist]HAM vs. MACPHERSON et alThis is one of several actions brought by Messrs. Smith & Crooks, Solicitors, against the above defendants, to recover ...
      p.1 Water Spout on Lake Erie [Cleveland Herald]p.2 [from the Toronto Colonist]HAM ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Nov. 2, 1841
        p.2 The Royal Mail steam packet Niagara was damaged at Port Hope during the gale yesterday week, and was taken to the Niagara Marine Railway for repairs, which will detain her about a week. In the mean time, her place in the line has been supplied by the Commodore ...
      p.2 The Royal Mail steam packet Niagara was damaged at Port Hope ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Oct. 19, 1841
        p.1 McLeod's Trial - he is acquitted.p.3 Accident and Loss of Life - The Steamboat Kingston ran into a skiff containing two men and two women, which was crossing the Bay, near the River Trent, by which unfortunate accident, two of the party were drowned, a ...
      p.1 McLeod's Trial - he is acquitted.p.3 Accident and Loss of Life ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Oct. 5, 1841
        p.1The Plunge over the Falls that Didn't Happen.We went yesterday, with all the world hereabouts, to see the barque Detroit go over the falls. At the appointed hour - 3 P.M. - the vessel was towed from the foot of Grand Island into the stream to the ...
      p.1The Plunge over the Falls that Didn't Happen.We went yesterday, with all ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 28, 1841
        p.1 To the Editor of the Star & TranscriptSTEAMBOAT REGULATIONS.No coloured persons to be admitted as passengers in the ladies' or gentlemen's cabin without special permission from the Captain of the vessel.JNO. HAMILTON.Lake & ...
      p.1 To the Editor of the Star & TranscriptSTEAMBOAT REGULATIONS.No coloured persons ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 21, 1841
        p.2 To the Editor of the PatriotSt. Catherines, 11th Sept., 1841.Sir, - You will no doubt hear of the attempt made on Thursday night last to destroy Lock No. 37 on the Welland Canal, and it is as well you "should hear it ...
      p.2 To the Editor of the PatriotSt. Catherines, 11th Sept., 1841.Sir, - ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 14, 1841
        p.1 McLeod's Trial - accused of burning Caroline; to be held at Utica. [Utica Democrat]...
      p.1 McLeod's Trial - accused of burning Caroline; to be held at ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 7, 1841
        p.3 Wreck - We learn that during a squall on the afternoon of Thursday the 26th ult., Messrs. Ives' large schooner Frontenac (formerly the United Kingdom,) sprung a leak, and was run ashore at Nicholson's Island, where the crew effected a landing; she has since gone to pieces. ...
      p.3 Wreck - We learn that during a squall on the afternoon ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 17, 1841
        p.3 LOSS OF A STEAMBOAT BY FIRE!211 PERSONS DROWNED OR BURNED TO DEATH!!On Monday evening last, about five o'clock, the large and splendid steamboat Erie, left Buffao for Detroit, having on board 240 passengers among whom were a ...
      p.3 LOSS OF A STEAMBOAT BY FIRE!211 PERSONS DROWNED OR BURNED TO ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 10, 1841
        p.2Office of the K.M. Railway Company,9th August, 1841.Notice is hereby given, that in accordance with a resolution of the Board of Directors of the Kingston Marine Railway, a second instalment of 10 per cent on the newly allotted stock of the Company, is ...
      p.2Office of the K.M. Railway Company,9th August, 1841.Notice is hereby given, that ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), July 27, 1841
        p.3NOTICE.THE STEAMERCAROLINE IVES,Capt. W. Shaw,Will ply on the Bay of Quinte and River St. Lawrence, for the purpose of Towing Rafts and Vessels.Rates of ...
      p.3NOTICE.THE STEAMERCAROLINE IVES,Capt. W. Shaw,Will ply on the Bay of Quinte and ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), July 20, 1841
        p.3 Boat for Sale at Marine Railway - apply to Mr. Fowler, can be used for either sailing or rowing...
      p.3 Boat for Sale at Marine Railway - apply to Mr. Fowler, ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), July 6, 1841
        p.3 Died - At Coteau du Lac, on Thursday the 24th ult., suddenly, Capt. James Walker of the Steam-boat Highlander, sincerely and universally regretted, by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. His remains were removed to Sorel for interment, where he left a widow and ...
      p.3 Died - At Coteau du Lac, on Thursday the 24th ult., ...
  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), June 29, 1841
        p.2 "The Sailor's Cause" - Under this caption our readers will find an article on our last page worthy an attentive perusal. We understand that in a few days a subscription list will be opened for the support of a Bethel Minister at this place, a copy of which ...
      p.2 "The Sailor's Cause" - Under this caption our readers will find ...
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