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  • Canadian Line of Steamboats, On Lake Ontario
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 19 Jul 1825     CANADIAN LINE OF STEAMBOATS, ON LAKE ONTARIO FRONTENAC, AND QUEENSTON. The FRONTENAC, Captain MCKENSIE [sic], will leave Niagara every Saturday afternoon for Kingston--and leave Kingston for York and Niagara, every Wednesday afternoon. The QUEENSTON, ...
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 19 Jul 1825   CANADIAN LINE OF STEAMBOATS, ON LAKE ONTARIO FRONTENAC, AND QUEENSTON. The FRONTENAC, ...
  • Niagara River
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 4 Mar 1825, p. 1     Niagara River.--The weather was so cold a few days since, on the western frontier, that the Niagara river was frozen over, and from the storage of the water by the ice, the river rose from nine to twelve feet. The cakes of ice on the third day, were from 30 ...
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 4 Mar 1825, p. 1   Niagara River.--The weather was so cold a few days since, on the ...
  • Another Steam-boat Accident
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 17 Nov 1826, p. 2     Another Steam-boat Accident.--A lette from Niagara, dated the 6th inst. informs us, that the new steam-boat Niagara, Capt. Mosier, while on her way up from Prescott, run on a rock in Lake Ontario, near Long Point. The steam-boat Queenston, Capt. Whiting, on passing ...
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 17 Nov 1826, p. 2   Another Steam-boat Accident.--A lette from Niagara, dated the 6th inst. informs us, ...
  • Commerce of Lake Erie
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 25 Dec 1827, p. 1     From the Buffalo Journal Commerce of Lake Erie.--By a statement furnished by the officers of the Custom-House, at this port, and published in the Gazette, it appears that the number of American vessels employed in the commerce of the upper Lakes, ...
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 25 Dec 1827, p. 1   From the Buffalo Journal Commerce of Lake Erie.--By a statement furnished by ...
  • Another Murder Committed by Rum
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 24 Aug 1827     Another Murder Committed by Rum.--A fireman of the steam boat Queenston, while at Prescott last week, being drunk, fell into the machinery, and was killed...
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 24 Aug 1827   Another Murder Committed by Rum.--A fireman of the steam boat Queenston, while ...
  • Advertisement
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 1 May 1829     ADVERTISEMENT. - Notice is hereby given to the Public, that the TOLLS of the GOVERNMENT LOCKS and CANALS upon the RIVER St. LAWRENCE, will be REDUCED at the opening of the Navigation to the rates in force previously to the year 1827; but it will be obligatory to take out ...
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 1 May 1829   ADVERTISEMENT. - Notice is hereby given to the Public, that the TOLLS ...
  • The Late Gale
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 7 Dec 1842     The Late Gale. - It is but seldom that we have to record so many disasters on our inland waters as it has been our misfortune to do within the past few days. A great many lives have been lost, and a large amount of property destroyed. Among the shipwrecks ...
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 7 Dec 1842   The Late Gale. - It is but seldom that we have to ...
  • Propellor and Brig Ashore
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 30 Oct 1844, p. 4     From the Buffalo Commercial of Saturday Propellor and Brig Ashore.-- By letters received in town to-day per Constitution, we learn that the propeller Emigrant, with a cargo of 9000 bushels of wheat, from Chicago, for this port, is ashore at Goderich, ...
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 30 Oct 1844, p. 4   From the Buffalo Commercial of Saturday Propellor and Brig Ashore.-- By letters ...
  • Welland Canal
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 9 Dec 1846, p. 4     Welland Canal The breach which at present interrupts the navigation of that canal detains some seventy vessels with their cargoes and threatens them with a Winter's berth in the interior of Canada. The break itself will, as we understand, be repaired in a few days, and the ice, ...
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 9 Dec 1846, p. 4   Welland Canal The breach which at present interrupts the navigation of that ...
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