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  • Erie Canal
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 10 Jan 1823     Erie Canal. - P. Grandin, Esq. the Collector at this place, informs us that he received for tolls during the past season $21,455. The whole amount taken at the same office the year previous was $2,500, making an increase in one year of $18,955!...
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 10 Jan 1823   Erie Canal. - P. Grandin, Esq. the Collector at this place, informs ...
  • Canal Revenue
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 2 Jun 1826     Canal Revenue. - If our readers are not generally in a money-making way, these hard times, it will afford them some consolation to know that our State is in a prosperous condition. The Collector at this place informs us, that he received for Canal Tolls in one day, during the ...
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 2 Jun 1826   Canal Revenue. - If our readers are not generally in a money-making ...
  • Canal Regulations
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 7 Apr 1826     CANAL REGULATIONS. At a meeting of the Board of Canal Commissioners in the city of Albany, on the 10th of March, 1826, the following rules and regulations, in addition to those provided by law relating to the Erie and Champlain canals, were adopted to wit: 1. Every boat ...
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 7 Apr 1826   CANAL REGULATIONS. At a meeting of the Board of Canal Commissioners in ...
  • Chemung Canal
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 4 Sep 1829     Chemung Canal. - We learn by a gentleman from Elmira that Mr. Hutchinson has finished the location of the feeder from Painted Post, and of the canal from the summit level to the river at the village. It enters the river a few rods above the bridge, and by erecting ...
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 4 Sep 1829   Chemung Canal. - We learn by a gentleman from Elmira that Mr. ...
  • Erie Canal and Michigan Territory
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 28 Jun 1825     Erie Canal and Michigan Territory. - The editor of the Michigan Sentinel, having traveled the whole length of the Grand Canal, excepting that part between Albany and Schenectady, and noted down his observations, gives his readers something like two columns of sketches and hints respecting its ...
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 28 Jun 1825   Erie Canal and Michigan Territory. - The editor of the Michigan Sentinel, ...
  • The Canals
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 28 Jun 1825     The Canals. - It is estimated that the revenue from the New York Canals this season will be nearly double the amount received last season. This will far exceed the flattering estimate of the canal commissioners in their last annual report. We perceive by the Collector's books that the amount ...
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 28 Jun 1825   The Canals. - It is estimated that the revenue from the New ...
  • The Passing Romance of the Erie
    Utica Globe (Utica, NY), 23 Oct 1920     The Passing Romance of the Erie Strange, Squat, Square Cargo-Carriers Take the Place of the Graceful-Prowed Wooden Boats That for a Century Wore Smooth the Wonderful Stone Walls of the Locks and Made New York the Metropolis - A New Romance of Traffic Dawns. ...
    Utica Globe (Utica, NY), 23 Oct 1920   The Passing Romance of the Erie Strange, Squat, Square Cargo-Carriers Take the ...
  • Canal
    Lyons Advertiser (Lyons, NY), 25 Oct 1822     Canal - The navigation on the Erie Canal is now uninterrupted between Rochester and Little Falls. The great embankment at Mann's Mills. about which there has been expressed so much solicitude and such general frustration was completed some time since, and there is now a good supply of water...
    Lyons Advertiser (Lyons, NY), 25 Oct 1822   Canal - The navigation on the Erie Canal is now uninterrupted between ...
  • Lyons Advertiser (Lyons, NY), 7 Jun 1822
        On Oct. 29, 1822 the first boat left the basin on the east side of the Genesee River in Rochester loaded with flour for Little Falls. - P. 70, Landmarks of Wayne County, Edited by George W. Cowles, (Syracuse) 1895...
      On Oct. 29, 1822 the first boat left the basin on the ...
  • Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 12 May 1824
        Three mails are now received at this place, daily - two on the canal, and one by way of Canandaigua...
      Three mails are now received at this place, daily - two on ...
  • Steam-Boats on the Canal
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 15 Oct 1823     Steam-Boats on the Canal. - We think there can no longer be any doubt as to the practicability of propelling boats on the Canal by steam. Since the passage of the steam-boat mentioned in our last, we have been gratified with a view of one built at Pompey, Onondaga county, ...
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 15 Oct 1823   Steam-Boats on the Canal. - We think there can no longer be ...
  • Steam-Boats on the Canal
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 15 Oct 1823     Steam-Boats on the Canal. - We think there can no longer be any doubt as to the practicability of propelling boats on the Canal by steam. Since the passage of the steam-boat mentioned in our last, we have been gratified with a view of one built at Pompey, Onondaga county, ...
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 15 Oct 1823   Steam-Boats on the Canal. - We think there can no longer be ...
  • Canal Navigation commenced
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 21 Apr 1824     Canal Navigation commenced. - The cheering and enlivening sounds of the bugle - the crackings of the teamsters' whips - the continued arrival and departure of stranger, and the busy and anxious looking phizes of our villagers. remind us, while we sit quietly in our office, pondering over "matters ...
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 21 Apr 1824   Canal Navigation commenced. - The cheering and enlivening sounds of the bugle ...
  • Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 29 Oct 1823
        The Canal is now navigable to to Brockport, about 20 miles west of Rochester, to and from which place the packet boats run daily. Another Canal Celebration. The citizens of Salina, and adjacent towns, celebrated on the 14th inst. the opening of the locks at ...
      The Canal is now navigable to to Brockport, about 20 miles west ...
  • Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 22 Oct 1823
        The Erie Canal Navigation Company have added to their line the Chancellor Kent and Benjamin Wright, two new, well finished boats, and made such other arrangements as will ensure travelers a cheap, expeditious and pleasant passage to Albany, during the season when traveling in stages is rendered ...
      The Erie Canal Navigation Company have added to their line the Chancellor ...
  • Steam-Boat on the Canal
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 8 Oct 1823     Steam-Boat on the Canal. - A Steam-Boat passed this place, to the west, on the 5th inst. Her speed was supposed to be about four miles per hour, and it was judged by those who noticed her, that the agitation of the water, caused by the wheel of the boat, ...
    Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 8 Oct 1823   Steam-Boat on the Canal. - A Steam-Boat passed this place, to the ...
  • Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NY), 13 May 1853
        The Break at the Orville Aqueduct is entirely repaired, and boats are now passing quite rapidly. The first one which passed was the "E. Leaman," of Reding, at 12 o'clock Wednesday night. Business again looks lively, and we hope it will be long before it will be suspended by a ...
      The Break at the Orville Aqueduct is entirely repaired, and boats are ...
  • Another Break in the Canal Break in the Canal.
    Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NY), 10 May 1853     The Canal gave way about 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, near Orville, at the place where the large break occurred a few days ago, and has caused nearly as bad a breach as the former one. About sixty or seventy feet of the berm embankment, just east of the Aqueduct over ...
    Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NY), 10 May 1853   The Canal gave way about 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, near Orville, at ...
  • Another Break in the Canal Break in the Canal.
    Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NY), 10 May 1853     The Canal gave way about 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, near Orville, at the place where the large break occurred a few days ago, and has caused nearly as bad a breach as the former one. About sixty or seventy feet of the berm embankment, just east of the Aqueduct over ...
    Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NY), 10 May 1853   The Canal gave way about 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, near Orville, at ...
  • Large Break in the Canal
    Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NY), 30 Apr 1853     A break occurred in the Erie Canal, near the village of Orville, about six miles east of this city, on Thursday, and so rapidly was the bank washed away, that in a short time about twenty feet of the heel path was entirely destroyed. Nearly one hundred feet of the ...
    Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NY), 30 Apr 1853   A break occurred in the Erie Canal, near the village of Orville, ...
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