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  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), 29 Oct 1840
        1840 THE NEWS, KINGSTONVol. I, No. ImissingThe Prospectus for a new paper called the News appeared in the Chronicle & Gazette on Sept. 12th, 1840. Run by Messrs. S. & J. Rowlands, it planned on emphasizing the marine side of Kingston's economy by ...
      1840 THE NEWS, KINGSTONVol. I, No. ImissingThe Prospectus for a new paper ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 10, 1845
        p.2 The Steamer Prince Edward left this for Kingston, on the 1st instant - the earliest trip ever made on the Bay of Quinte. There is much produce to be shipped, but little or none will leave for a month, as the wise forwarders in Kingston have resolved to ...
      p.2 The Steamer Prince Edward left this for Kingston, on the 1st ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 11, 1844
        (from originals at Toronto Central Reference Library)p.2 laborers on Lachine Canal strike for higher wages. [Montreal Times]- 2 men attacked by canallers. [Niagara Chronicle]The harbor having been completely relieved from ice, has presented during a portion ...
      (from originals at Toronto Central Reference Library)p.2 laborers on Lachine Canal strike ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 13, 1846
        p.2 The R.M. steamer Sovereign and the Chief Justice Robinson will be here in the morning from Hamilton and Toronto. The latter is placed in opposition, and the fares have been reduced by the mail line as well as by Capt. Richardson.Launch - We are requested to state ...
      p.2 The R.M. steamer Sovereign and the Chief Justice Robinson will be ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 16, 1846
        p.3 Lachine Canal - Official notice has been given by the Board of Works, that this canal will be opened on the 1st of May, instead of the 15th, as formerly advertised.The Royal Mail Steamers.Will leave Kingston for Cobourg, ...
      p.3 Lachine Canal - Official notice has been given by the Board ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 17, 1845
        p.2 Barque - The hull of the steamer Great Britain having been purchased during the last Winter from the Hon. John Hamilton, by Mr. Mackenzie, has been fitted up and rigged as a Barque, intended for the timber trade on this lake. The appearance of a Barque on our ...
      p.2 Barque - The hull of the steamer Great Britain having been ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 18, 1844
        (from originals at Toronto Central Reference Library)p.2 The Steamer Emerald - The fine new steamer Emerald yesterday made her trial trip from Chippewa to Buffalo, and back, with a most satisfactory result. The current is strong, in some places running at least seven knots ...
      (from originals at Toronto Central Reference Library)p.2 The Steamer Emerald - The ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 2, 1846
        p.3 Our harbor is free of ice down to the Commercial wharf. The steamer Henry Gildersleeve went out yesterday, making a short excursion down the River. The Gildersleeve starts for Dickenson's Landing on Saturday morning. No boats yet from above. An American Schooner came ...
      p.3 Our harbor is free of ice down to the Commercial wharf. ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 20, 1846
        p.1 Welland Canal - The St . Catharines Journal of the 2nd instant, states that the canal is now ready for the letting in of the water, which will be done as soon as Lake Erie is clear enough of ice to admit of its navigation. The feeder is ...
      p.1 Welland Canal - The St . Catharines Journal of the 2nd ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 23, 1846
        p.2 The announcement of a "probable change of Ministry.." - discusses shipping, freight rates through canals, removing remission of duty of American wheat, etc. (2 columns)p.3 The Assizes - The Assizes for this District were opened yesterday ...
      p.2 The announcement of a "probable change of Ministry.." - discusses shipping, ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 24, 1845
        p.2 Erratum - An error of some importance occurred in a communication in our last, headed "Information to masters of vessels navigating the lakes." The course given for going into the Cut at Long Point, Lake Erie, is therein stated as being North West by Half West; it should ...
      p.2 Erratum - An error of some importance occurred in a communication ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 25, 1844
        (from microfilm available at Queen's University - Stauffer Library, and Kingston Frontenac Public Library)p.2 Works suspended on Lachine Canal because of election in Montreal.p.3 Welland Canal - The prospect of an increased business this season is ...
      (from microfilm available at Queen's University - Stauffer Library, and Kingston Frontenac ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 27, 1846
        p.3 The navigation of the Rideau Canal is open, and boats from below are daily arriving in port.KINGSTON, TORONTO, HAMILTON and NIAGARA.The Royal Mail SteamersWill leave Kingston for Cobourg, Port Hope, and Toronto, daily, ...
      p.3 The navigation of the Rideau Canal is open, and boats from ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 3, 1845
        p.1 The Lake Fisheries - A Propeller on Superior, etc. - The propeller Vandalia is actually to be carried over the Sault, and placed in commission on Lake Superior. A Boston house has obtained the Government contract to supply the Post in that quarter; and as dispatch and ...
      p.1 The Lake Fisheries - A Propeller on Superior, etc. - The ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 30, 1846
        p.3 Erie Canal - two breaches have occurred...
      p.3 Erie Canal - two breaches have occurred...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April  4, 1844
        (from originals at Toronto Central Reference Library)p.3 STEAM BOAT NOTICE - The Steamer Henry Gildersleeve will, until further notice, leave here daily, at 7 a.m. for Prescott, commencing on Monday next, the 8th instant.Commercial Wharf, Kingston, 4th April, ...
      (from originals at Toronto Central Reference Library)p.3 STEAM BOAT NOTICE - The ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 6, 1846
        p.2 Canada Trade - Montreal as a shipping port. [Herald]p.3 The business of navigation has fairly commenced. On Saturday morning the Steamer Gildersleeve proceeded down the River to Dickenson's Landing, and in the evening the Princess Royal entered ...
      p.2 Canada Trade - Montreal as a shipping port. [Herald]p.3 The business ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), April 9, 1846
        p.2 Navigation Laws - Two steamers it seems are building on British territory for the purpose of trading between Lewiston and Montreal, calling at Kingston, on the British side of the river, and at Ogdensburgh, on the American. The object of building them on British soil is said ...
      p.2 Navigation Laws - Two steamers it seems are building on British ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 1, 1844
        p.1 The Lost Ship - a poem.p.2 The Road to the Ottawa - a meeting to discuss need to open up the country; mentions shipping goods to Montreal by Rideau Canal.p.3 Revenue collected at the Port of Hamilton, comparing 1843 with 1844. ...
      p.1 The Lost Ship - a poem.p.2 The Road to the Ottawa ...
  • Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 13, 1846
        p.3 Excursion to Belleville - on steamer Admiral, for No. 1 Fire Company & Hook & Ladder Company...
      p.3 Excursion to Belleville - on steamer Admiral, for No. 1 Fire ...
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