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  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 3 May 1855
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 3 May 1855
    textnewspaper       Spring WalkVNumber Five of this our Spring Walk is about as lingering as the Spring itself. This third part should have been published last week, but the gentleman who took it in hand became indisposed, and the editor had to complete it.MR. COUNTER'S SHIP YARD. --There has not been doing ...
    textnewspaper     Spring WalkVNumber Five of this our Spring Walk is about as lingering as the Spring itself. This third part should have been published last week, but the gentleman who took ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 May 1855
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 May 1855
    textnewspaper       Spring WalkVITHE STEAMBOAT TRADE OF KINGSTONSome time has elapsed since No. 5 of this "Annual Spring Walk" was published, for desirous of being minutely correct in the particulars of No. 6 a longer interval than usual has occurred. The public however are the gainers, for they can depend ...
    textnewspaper     Spring WalkVITHE STEAMBOAT TRADE OF KINGSTONSome time has elapsed since No. 5 of this "Annual Spring Walk" was published, for desirous of being minutely correct in the particulars of No. ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 April 1856
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 April 1856
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk IThe season has been so unprecedentedly retarded by frost and snow, as to render the Opening of Navigation for 1856 a matter of great uncertainty. At the time we write, the harbor of Kingston is as effectually closed as it was in midwinter, and the prospect of the ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk IThe season has been so unprecedentedly retarded by frost and snow, as to render the Opening of Navigation for 1856 a matter of great uncertainty. At the time ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 April 1856
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 April 1856
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk IILeaving Counter's Ship Yard, and approaching the City, the first Wharf is that formerly occupied by Mr. Donald McIntosh, now tenanted by Messrs. HookerPridham, the Great Forwarders. Here an addition has been made, in the shape of a breakwater, in order to protect the many ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk IILeaving Counter's Ship Yard, and approaching the City, the first Wharf is that formerly occupied by Mr. Donald McIntosh, now tenanted by Messrs. HookerPridham, the Great Forwarders. Here ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 17 April 1856
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 17 April 1856
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk IIITaking advantage of the fine weather of Monday, we stayed "Our Walk" along the wharves of Kingston, and strolled as far as Hatter's Bay, or as the people of that locality delight to call it, the Village of Portsmouth. Why the Village of Portsmouth? Why not part and ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk IIITaking advantage of the fine weather of Monday, we stayed "Our Walk" along the wharves of Kingston, and strolled as far as Hatter's Bay, or as the people ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 23 April 1856
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 23 April 1856
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk VHaving devoted a long day's Walk to matters foreign to our original purpose, we take up to day the Walk along the Wharves in front of the harbor. And the first public Wharf we arrived at is#8212;Holcombamp; Henderson's, late McPhersonamp; Crane's, at the foot of Clarence ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk VHaving devoted a long day's Walk to matters foreign to our original purpose, we take up to day the Walk along the Wharves in front of the harbor. ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 April 1856
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 April 1856
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk VIThis "spring walk" is becoming mighty tedious, and like a "wounded snake drags its slow length along." The plain fact is we have become disgusted. Two of our City contemporaries, the News and the Commercial Advertiser, have so shamefully plagiarised these Walks, and so ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk VIThis "spring walk" is becoming mighty tedious, and like a "wounded snake drags its slow length along." The plain fact is we have become disgusted. Two of our ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 May 1856
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 May 1856
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk VII and LASTA walk through the streets of Kingston strikes the stranger with Kingston's great fault, that of not rebuilding the houses destroyed by fire. It would be fair to imagine, from the very great number of desolate vacant Lots and half burnt buildings, that the owners were ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk VII and LASTA walk through the streets of Kingston strikes the stranger with Kingston's great fault, that of not rebuilding the houses destroyed by fire. It would be ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Oswego AdvertiserTimes (Oswego, NY), Nov. 21, 1866
    Oswego AdvertiserTimes (Oswego, NY), Nov. 21, 1866
    textnewspaper       A New Vessel. - The " Grace Whitney " is the name of a new schooner now lying at the DetroitMilwaukee dock, which has just been towed up from Gibraltar , and is being rigged preparatory to commencing her career upon the lakes. She is owned by D. Whitney Jr ...
    textnewspaper     A New Vessel. - The " Grace Whitney " is the name of a new schooner now lying at the DetroitMilwaukee dock, which has just been towed up from Gibraltar ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 April 1857
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 April 1857
    textnewspaper       Spring WalkIIIKingston Harbor was never so full of vessels of all classes, as it has been all the past winter. Taking those at Portsmouth and Garden Island into account, full one hundred steamers, ships, brigs, schooners, and mammoth barges have been laid up for the season in this ...
    textnewspaper     Spring WalkIIIKingston Harbor was never so full of vessels of all classes, as it has been all the past winter. Taking those at Portsmouth and Garden Island into account, full ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 18 April 1857
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 18 April 1857
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk IV (original marked III) The intention of the Grand Trunk Railroad Company to apply to the Legislature for an additional Two Millions of money has emboldened the Steamboat and Forwarding Interest to put in a claim for a Parliamentary Aid. They say, and they say with reason, if ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk IV (original marked III) The intention of the Grand Trunk Railroad Company to apply to the Legislature for an additional Two Millions of money has emboldened the Steamboat ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 18 May 1857
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 18 May 1857
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk VI The "Walk" for 1857 would have been ended long ere this, had not a desire existed to see the Through Mail Line of River and Lake Steamers in full operation ere the Sixth and Last Number was written. The slight accident to the Passport has retarded this ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk VI The "Walk" for 1857 would have been ended long ere this, had not a desire existed to see the Through Mail Line of River and Lake Steamers ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 April 1858
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 April 1858
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk I For very many years prior to the completion of the G.T. Railroad, it has been our annual custom to take a bird's eye view of the various steamers, brigs, schooners, and other Lake and River craft, preparing for the Spring's business, and embody the same in several ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk I For very many years prior to the completion of the G.T. Railroad, it has been our annual custom to take a bird's eye view of the various ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 April 1859
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 April 1859
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk I "A Walk Along the Wharves" There was a time when the Spring Walks of the British Whig were read and criticized; but that's a long time ago. Railroads and Propellers have destroyed the Forwarding Trade of good old Kingston, and a newswriter might traverse the Wharves and ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk I "A Walk Along the Wharves" There was a time when the Spring Walks of the British Whig were read and criticized; but that's a long time ago. ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 25 April 1859
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 25 April 1859
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk III "The River and Lake Line of Mail Steamers" As the several Boats belonging to this well-known line are now on their respective trips, the opening of the Lachine and St. Lawrence Canals having set them in motion, it may be as well to refresh our readers' memories ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk III "The River and Lake Line of Mail Steamers" As the several Boats belonging to this well-known line are now on their respective trips, the opening of the ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 3 April 1861
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 3 April 1861
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk IThe Editor is too much of a cripple just now to take his annual Spring Walk, that must be postponed until he is able to stump about the Wharves and Docks again.--Meanwhile our readers must content themselves with a brief account of what is going forward in the ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk IThe Editor is too much of a cripple just now to take his annual Spring Walk, that must be postponed until he is able to stump about the ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 March 1862
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 March 1862
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk by a Fresh Hand I PORTSMOUTH The thriving little village of Portsmouth is as busy now as it can be, and Hatter's Bay, too, is a scene of bustle. Ship carpenters, blacksmiths, and laborers are running here and there; while the sound of the hammer may be heard ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk by a Fresh Hand I PORTSMOUTH The thriving little village of Portsmouth is as busy now as it can be, and Hatter's Bay, too, is a scene of ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 2 April 1862
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 2 April 1862
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk by a Fresh Hand I Seeing that the opening of navigation is at hand, and that there is little time to be lost, "Fresh Hand" will leave the consideration of the lions of Kingston, and will describe business at the different wharves,c. The stranger will accompany him in ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk by a Fresh Hand I Seeing that the opening of navigation is at hand, and that there is little time to be lost, "Fresh Hand" will leave the ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 April 1862
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 April 1862
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk by a Fresh Hand VBAKER'S WHARF.--The brig New York lies here, commanded by Capt. Ratcliffe, of this city. She is having new planking, and new timbers are being placed in her stern. She has new taffrail, rails all round, and is being caulked and painted so as to ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk by a Fresh Hand VBAKER'S WHARF.--The brig New York lies here, commanded by Capt. Ratcliffe, of this city. She is having new planking, and new timbers are being ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 April 1862
    Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 April 1862
    textnewspaper       Spring Walk by a Fresh HandVIGARDEN ISLAND.--Delighted with what he had seen in Kingston, the Stranger was desirous of going over to Garden Island, and the only thing which could reasonably prevent him would be the condition of the ice. "Fresh Hand" was fearful of falling through in some ...
    textnewspaper     Spring Walk by a Fresh HandVIGARDEN ISLAND.--Delighted with what he had seen in Kingston, the Stranger was desirous of going over to Garden Island, and the only thing which could ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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