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  • Contributors: Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Media Types: Newspapers
  • Item types: Clippings
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  • Decade: 1830-1839
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Dec. 31, 1839
        p.3 The steamer Rideau arrived here this morning from Prescott, having broken the ice for 8 miles.
      p.3 The steamer Rideau arrived here this morning from Prescott, having broken ...
  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 21, 1839
        p.3 At Montreal - Marriage of Alexander Ferguson of the firm of McPherson & Crane, on the 7th.
      p.3 At Montreal - Marriage of Alexander Ferguson of the firm of ...
  • Western Herald (Sandwich, ON), Thursday, December 19, 1839
        It affords us much pleasure to copy from the Detroit Free Press of the 11th instant, the following testimonial of the gallantry and humanity displayed by our esteemed friend, Samuel Hosk Derriman, Esq., R. N., of Her Majesty's steamer KINGSTON:-- "The subscribers , passengers on ...
      It affords us much pleasure to copy from the Detroit Free Press ...
  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), Dec. 19, 1839
        (copied from British Whig)p.3 The Weather - The bay navigation has ceased, but that on the river still continues.
      (copied from British Whig)p.3 The Weather - The bay navigation has ceased, ...
  • Democratic Free Press (Detroit, MI), Tue., 18 Dec, 1839
        DREADFUL SHIPWRECK AND LOSS OF LIFE We received by the last western mail the following letter, giving an account of a melancholy shipwreck and loss of life on Lake Michigan: Muskegon, Ottawa Co., Mich. Nov., 29th, 1839 Editor of the Free ...
      DREADFUL SHIPWRECK AND LOSS OF LIFE We received by the last western ...
  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), December 14, 1839
        Six arrivals from the West, with flour, wheat and whisky, since Saturday evening. The lake has not been more tranquil and inviting to navigate, since dog days. - Buf. Pat. Dec. 9
      Six arrivals from the West, with flour, wheat and whisky, since Saturday ...
  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), Dec. 14, 1839
        (copied from British Whig)p.1 The Launch - On Wednesday afternoon, we had the pleasure of witnessing the birth of another addition to the wealth of Kingston, in the shape of the launch of a beautiful steamboat built at the Railway yard by Mr. Shea, under the ...
      (copied from British Whig)p.1 The Launch - On Wednesday afternoon, we had ...
  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 11, 1839
        p.3 The navigation is now drawing very near a close. The Albion is laid up, and the Brockville, we learn, is on her last trip to the Long Sault.
      p.3 The navigation is now drawing very near a close. The Albion ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Dec. 10, 1839
        p.2 Launch - Last Wednesday afternoon, the new Steam boat Henry Gildersleeve was launched from the Marine Rail Way Company's yard. She belongs to the proprietors of the Sir James Kempt, and is intended to replace that Boat on the Bay next year. The new boat received her name ...
      p.2 Launch - Last Wednesday afternoon, the new Steam boat Henry Gildersleeve ...
  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), December 9, 1839
        Disasters On The Lake - The schooner Caroline, of this port, which left here on Saturday for Niagara, with merchandise, came in contact with the schooner Essex, bound down with wheat from Lake Erie, off Sodus, at about 9 o'clock on Saturday night. Both vessels were considerably ...
      Disasters On The Lake - The schooner Caroline, of this port, which ...
  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), December 9, 1839
        Gale On Lake Erie - Vessels and men that were on the lake, during the recent gale, experienced much danger and privation. From the appearance of the schr. Erie, which entered our harbour yesterday, one would think that she had been on the Artick expedition with Parry, or acted as ...
      Gale On Lake Erie - Vessels and men that were on the ...
  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), December 9, 1839
        From The Buffalo Commercial Advertiser Of Nov. 25 Gale - For the last twenty hours, we have experienced a strong gale from the west, accompanied with snow. The flats in the lower part of the city are inundated. Cattle are swimming about and there will, no doubt, be considerable loss ...
      From The Buffalo Commercial Advertiser Of Nov. 25 Gale - For the ...
  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), December 9, 1839
        The schooner Bolivar, of Cleveland, was dismasted on the lake, during the gale of Monday week. The crew were 13 hours on the wreck, and were sheeted with ice before they were relieved. The vessel was taken into Presque Isle; she was laden with salt, which was all washed out ...
      The schooner Bolivar, of Cleveland, was dismasted on the lake, during the ...
  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 7, 1839
        p.2 The Weather continues mild and pleasant for the season. The river steamers still continue their trips to the Long Sault. A Schooner arrived from Oswego last evening loaded with flour - about 600 Barrels, the property of Mr. Bonisteel of that place. This fresh supply may ...
      p.2 The Weather continues mild and pleasant for the season. The river ...
  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), Dec. 5, 1839
        (copied from British Whig)p.3 The Weather - On Monday it blew a heavy gale of wind from the westward, but towards night the wind shifted to the Northward, and a severe frost ensued; so severe as to close entirely the Rideau Canal, without a chance of its reopening. Three ...
      (copied from British Whig)p.3 The Weather - On Monday it blew a ...
  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 4, 1839
        p.2 The Weather - ... The Albion amd Dolphin steamers continue their regular trips between this port and Dickinson's Landing, at the head of the Long Sault. The Lake boats have retired to their winter quarters, with the exception of the Commodore Barrie, which is expected in the ...
      p.2 The Weather - ... The Albion amd Dolphin steamers continue their ...
  • Disasters on the Lakes
        DISASTERS ON THE LAKES. There is a series of disasters recorded in the Chicago Democrat of the 13th Nov., as having occurred on lake Michigan, near that harbor, on the 11th. We confine ourselves to an abstract in the Detroit Free Press of the 20th:-- "The schr. Thomas ...
      DISASTERS ON THE LAKES. There is a series of disasters recorded in ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Dec. 3, 1839
        p.3 The schooner Bolivar, of Cleveland, was dismasted on the Lake during the gale of Monday week. The crew were 13 hours on the wreck, and were sheeted with ice before they were relieved. The vessel was taken into Presqu Isle; she was laden with salt, which was all ...
      p.3 The schooner Bolivar, of Cleveland, was dismasted on the Lake during ...
  • Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 30, 1839
        p.3 Perilous Adventure - during a gale 4 men are saved from timber raft off Bath by 5 others using a boat..
      p.3 Perilous Adventure - during a gale 4 men are saved from ...
  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed., Nov. 20, 1839
        NEW ENTERPRISE. - FISHING EXPEDITION TO LAKE SUPERIOR. - Up to this period, the American Fur Company has principally monopolized the fisheries of the fresh water ocean of the north west, and that company, with the Hudson Bay Company, the trade of the bast region beyond Lake Huron, ...
      NEW ENTERPRISE. - FISHING EXPEDITION TO LAKE SUPERIOR. - Up to this ...
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