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  • Maud
        QUEEN's BIRTHDAY EXCURSION TO CAPE VINCENT A BATTERY BAND STEAMER MAUD ON FRIDAY the 24th May, the Steamer Maud will leave the Ferry Wharf at 2 p.m. for Cape Vincent, returning at 7:30. Fare 25 cents. By the kind permission of Lt.-Col. Cotton and the Officers of A Battery, the ...
      QUEEN's BIRTHDAY EXCURSION TO CAPE VINCENT A BATTERY BAND STEAMER MAUD ON ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Oct. 24, 1832
        p.2 Accident - Capt. Corning of Queenston saves girl from drowning at wharf. [Cobourg Star]...
      p.2 Accident - Capt. Corning of Queenston saves girl from drowning at ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Oct. 17, 1832
        p.3 letter about uniting Island of Montreal to Upper Canada so that U.C. will have a sea port, signed by "An Upper Canadian."...
      p.3 letter about uniting Island of Montreal to Upper Canada so that ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Oct. 3, 1832
        p.3 The Montreal Gazette, received this morning, states that the Durham boat Belleville, Capt. Fenning, in running the Cascade rapids, struck on the rocks, and made so much water that she sunk near Beauharnois. We are sorry to add that 100 barrels of ashes will probably be ...
      p.3 The Montreal Gazette, received this morning, states that the Durham boat ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 26, 1832
        p.3 A Perilous Situation - Welland canal boat breaks loose while being towed by horse, caught in rapids, almost goes over falls.Died - At Presque Isle, on the 21st inst., after a long illness, James Richardson Esq., 71 years old; for many years an obliging and successful ...
      p.3 A Perilous Situation - Welland canal boat breaks loose while being ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 19, 1832
        p.3 We observed, with much surprise, in the Brockville Gazette of last week, an editorial article on the subject of the John By steamer. We believe it to be quite unusual for a press to notice disparagingly any private enterprize of spirited individuals - no matter how ...
      p.3 We observed, with much surprise, in the Brockville Gazette of last ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 12, 1832
        p.3 Steam-Boat Notice - The Stockholders in the Steam-Boat John By, are requested to pay into my hands on or before the 10th October next the 10th and last instalment of 10% on their respective shares agreeable to the articles of association.Kingston 11th Sept., 1832 ...
      p.3 Steam-Boat Notice - The Stockholders in the Steam-Boat John By, are ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 5, 1832
        p.2 There are several stories in circulation respecting the affair which occurred on board the steam-boat Queenston on the evening of Sunday the 19th ult. According to the statement published in the Brockville Gazette, Captain Gray was most shamefully treated by the Master ...
      p.2 There are several stories in circulation respecting the affair which occurred ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 29, 1832
        p.3 Steam-Boat United Kingdom - This fine vessel, which was better known to us under her original name Alciope, made her first appearance here on Sunday last, so completely new modelled as almost to defy recognition. The whole of her enginery has been replaced by high pressure ...
      p.3 Steam-Boat United Kingdom - This fine vessel, which was better known ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 22, 1832
        p.3 Welland Canal - The St. Catherine's Journal states that during the week ending the 10th instant, twenty-six boats and schooners passed through the Welland Canal, laden with produce and merchandize...
      p.3 Welland Canal - The St. Catherine's Journal states that during the ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 15, 1832
        p.3 Melancholy Accident - The Steam boat Union arrived at the Cataraqui Bridge about 11 o'clock on Sunday night, from By Town, and a respectable emigrant, named Charles Bunce, while walking from the boat to the bridge, fell from the plank, struck his head against one of the stone ...
      p.3 Melancholy Accident - The Steam boat Union arrived at the Cataraqui ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 1, 1832
        p.3 We understand that vessels from Canada are still prohibited from entering the Ports on the American side of Lake Ontario. This restriction, under present circumstances appears to us quite unnecessary, and it is highly detrimental to the trade of both countries...
      p.3 We understand that vessels from Canada are still prohibited from entering ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), July 25, 1832
        p.3 During the violence of the storm which raged so unprecedentedly last night, one of the large vessels on the Stocks at Point Frederick was blown to pieces.Rideau Canal - Since our last the Steamers Pumper and Union have arrived from By Town, with passengers and ...
      p.3 During the violence of the storm which raged so unprecedentedly last ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), July 18, 1832
        p.3 Rideau Canal - The first Raft of boards that has passed through the locks on the Rideau Canal, arrived on Thursday last. It belongs to Mr. Reuben Sherwood, who is the proprietor of excellent mills on the line of the canal. Mr. Drummond's Steamer, laden with Flour and ...
      p.3 Rideau Canal - The first Raft of boards that has passed ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), June 6, 1832
        p.3 Emigrants continue to arrive by every Steam-boat that touches at our Port, but very few of them remain with us....When Steam-boats begin to ply on the Rideau Canal, the tide of Emigration will take a different direction.Launch of a Schooner - A remarkably ...
      p.3 Emigrants continue to arrive by every Steam-boat that touches at our ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), May 23, 1832
        p.2 Rideau Canal - In a late number of the Herald we announced that this magnificent work would be completed in a few weeks, but we were not prepared, at so early a period, for the interesting scene which took place yesterday. At eight o'clock in the morning it ...
      p.2 Rideau Canal - In a late number of the Herald we ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), May 15, 1832
        p.3 Hamilton Steam-Boat Company - At a meeting of the Directors held in this town on the 1st inst., to receive tenders for the building of a steam vessel, several offers were made, which remain under consideration. Capt. Mackenzie of Kingston, who was appointed by the Directors, ...
      p.3 Hamilton Steam-Boat Company - At a meeting of the Directors held ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), May 2, 1832
        p.3 Rideau Canal - to be finished in a few weeks; scale of Rates Established is very high.General Meeting of Stockholders in str. John By to be held on May 19th...
      p.3 Rideau Canal - to be finished in a few weeks; scale ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), April 25, 1832
        p.3 The navigation is now entirely open, and Steamboats and schooners are arriving and departing almost every hour. The elegant Steamer the Great Britain has made one trip to Niagara. The Queenston one also; and on Sunday she left this port for Pleasant Bay, (about 60 ...
      p.3 The navigation is now entirely open, and Steamboats and schooners are ...
  • Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), April 18, 1832
        p.3 Capt. Hugh Richardson presented with silver Tea Service for saving lives.The Steamer Queenston left this port for York on Sunday last at 12 o'clock, a strong easterly wind having driven the ice out of the harbour during the preceding night. The Schooner Margaret, also, ...
      p.3 Capt. Hugh Richardson presented with silver Tea Service for saving lives.The ...
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