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    p.3 Appointment of Captains - Nearly all last year's captains have been re-appointed by the R. & O. N. company. Those of Kingston are Capts. Booth, for the steamer Toronto; Esford, the Kingston; Dunlop, the Bohemian, and Hinckley, the Columbian. Some changes are to be made in ...

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    p.3 Appointment of Captains - Nearly all last year's captains have been re-appointed by the R. & O. N. company. Those of Kingston are Capts. Booth, for the steamer ...

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    p.1 Deepening of Canal To Cost Millions - the Welland Canal.

    p.2 To Build New Wharf - for N.Y. Central railroad at Clayton.

    p.5 Expect Late Opening - Capt. Coleman Hinckley has a photo of the harbor on May 10, 1872, showing Pierrepont ...

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    p.1 Deepening of Canal To Cost Millions - the Welland Canal.

    p.2 To Build New Wharf - for N.Y. Central railroad at Clayton.

    p.5 Expect Late Opening - Capt. ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 5, 1817
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 5, 1817
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    p.1 (first with large wood-cut drawing of steamboat)

    STEAM BOAT

    The Steam Boat FRONENAC

    James McKenzie, Master,

    Will in future leave the different Ports on the following Days, ...

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    STEAM BOAT

    The Steam Boat FRONENAC

    James McKenzie, Master,

    Will in future leave the different Ports on the following Days, ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 19, 1817
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 19, 1817
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    p.2 Quebec, August 7th - Dinner at Quebec, by Naval Officers returned from the Lakes, given to Commodore Sir Robert Hall, who is remaining on the Lakes. [Mercury]

    p.3 The Steam Boat Frontenac arrived at this port on Friday evening, after ...

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    p.2 Quebec, August 7th - Dinner at Quebec, by Naval Officers returned from the Lakes, given to Commodore Sir Robert Hall, who is remaining on the Lakes. [Mercury]

    p.3 ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 2, 1817
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 2, 1817
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    PORT OF KINGSTON

    ENTERED

    Aug. 26th - Schr. Com. Perry, Parker, from Sackets harbor, cattle, sheep and vegetables.

    Schr. Com. Owen, Sinclair, from Queenston, 200 packs peltries.

    Schr. Plough Boy, Vorce, from Salmon River, ...

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    PORT OF KINGSTON

    ENTERED

    Aug. 26th - Schr. Com. Perry, Parker, from Sackets harbor, cattle, sheep and vegetables.

    Schr. Com. Owen, Sinclair, from Queenston, 200 packs peltries.

    Schr. Plough Boy, Vorce, from ...

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 13, 1834
    British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 13, 1834
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    p.2 There will be over 30 steamboats on Lake Erie alone, during this season, besides a number connecting with them and running on Detroit River and Lake Michigan. Several more will be built during the season. The number of schooners amounts now to about we believe, one ...

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    p.2 There will be over 30 steamboats on Lake Erie alone, during this season, besides a number connecting with them and running on Detroit River and Lake Michigan. Several ...

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 11, 1836
    British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 11, 1836
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    p.2 Shipbuilding - in Quebec; "...The new measurement is nearly 50% more than the old; Mr. Black's vessel 746 tons old measurement, being equal to 1071, new measurement."

    A few days ago, we noticed an improvement in our Canadian canal boats, which is likely to lead ...

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    p.2 Shipbuilding - in Quebec; "...The new measurement is nearly 50% more than the old; Mr. Black's vessel 746 tons old measurement, being equal to 1071, new measurement."

    A few ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 24, 1817
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 24, 1817
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    p.2

    STEAM BOAT

    The Steam Boat FRONENAC

    Having now completed her second trip across Lake Ontario, will in future leave the different Ports on the following Days, viz.:-

    Kingston, for York, on Sunday 22 ...

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    p.2

    STEAM BOAT

    The Steam Boat FRONENAC

    Having now completed her second trip across Lake Ontario, will in future leave the different Ports on the following Days, viz.:-

    Kingston, for York, ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 1, 1817
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 1, 1817
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    p.3 [from the Upper Canada Gazette]

    Lt. Governor's Office York,

    2nd June, 1817.

    His Excellency the Lieut. Governor has been pleased to appoint Alexander McMillan, Esq. to be Collector of Customs at Prescott on the River St. ...

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    p.3 [from the Upper Canada Gazette]

    Lt. Governor's Office York,

    2nd June, 1817.

    His Excellency the Lieut. Governor has been pleased to appoint Alexander McMillan, Esq. to be Collector of Customs at ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 8, 1817
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 8, 1817
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    p.1

    [Quebec Gazette June 12th]

    Progress and Prospects of Trade and Industry

    We have inserted, in the present and previous numbers of this paper, a list of Arrivals and Clearances at the Ports of Kingston and York, on ...

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    p.1

    [Quebec Gazette June 12th]

    Progress and Prospects of Trade and Industry

    We have inserted, in the present and previous numbers of this paper, a list of Arrivals and Clearances ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 15, 1817
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 15, 1817
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    p.3

    PORT OF KINGSTON

    ARRIVED

    July 7th - Schr. Triumph, Cooke, from Sacketsharbor, potash.

    Schr. Mary Anne, Mosier, from Burlington Bay, 511 bbls. flour.

    Schr. Rambler, Cherry, from ...

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    p.3

    PORT OF KINGSTON

    ARRIVED

    July 7th - Schr. Triumph, Cooke, from Sacketsharbor, potash.

    Schr. Mary Anne, Mosier, from Burlington Bay, 511 bbls. flour.

    Schr. Rambler, Cherry, from ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 22, 1817
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 22, 1817
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    p.3 Taken up Adrift, this morning at Murney's Point, a small Skiff. The owner can have it by proving property and paying charges.

    James Gardiner July 22, 1817.

    PORT OF KINGSTON

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    p.3 Taken up Adrift, this morning at Murney's Point, a small Skiff. The owner can have it by proving property and paying charges.

    James Gardiner July 22, 1817.

    PORT ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 29, 1817
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 29, 1817
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    p.3 The Steam Boat Frontenac, James McKenzie, Master, will leave Kingston for York on Friday, the 1st of August.

    PORT OF KINGSTON

    ARRIVED

    July 22nd - Schr. Farmer's Daughter, Ingalls, from Sacketsharbor, with ...

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    p.3 The Steam Boat Frontenac, James McKenzie, Master, will leave Kingston for York on Friday, the 1st of August.

    PORT OF KINGSTON

    ARRIVED

    July 22nd - Schr. Farmer's Daughter, Ingalls, ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 12, 1817
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 12, 1817
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    p.3 arrival of passengers in Frontenac from York, leave next day for Prescott in Frontenac.

    Information has reached us, that the Frontenac, on her return from Prescott, on Friday last, 40 miles below Kingston, unfortunately ran upon a rock, and that all efforts to ...

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    p.3 arrival of passengers in Frontenac from York, leave next day for Prescott in Frontenac.

    Information has reached us, that the Frontenac, on her return from Prescott, on Friday last, ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 26, 1817
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 26, 1817
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    p.3

    PORT OF KINGSTON

    ENTERED

    Aug. 19th - Triumph, Reid, from S. Harbor, tobacco, cod-fish, potatoes.

    20th - Rambler, Cherry, from do., cattle.

    Arcadia, Ingersoll, from do., sheep, passengers, ...

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    p.3

    PORT OF KINGSTON

    ENTERED

    Aug. 19th - Triumph, Reid, from S. Harbor, tobacco, cod-fish, potatoes.

    20th - Rambler, Cherry, from do., cattle.

    Arcadia, Ingersoll, from do., sheep, passengers, ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 21, 1817
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 21, 1817
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    p.2 a letter about Naval Establishment not mixing with Kingstonians, signed by "Historicus".

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    Commerce of the Upper Lakes, etc.

    [Montreal Herald]

    It is with lively satisfaction we notice, that an ...

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    p.2 a letter about Naval Establishment not mixing with Kingstonians, signed by "Historicus".

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    Commerce of the Upper Lakes, etc.

    [Montreal Herald]

    It is with lively satisfaction we notice, ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 16, 1817
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 16, 1817
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    p.3

    PORT OF ERNEST TOWN

    ENTERED

    Oct. 23rd - The Lady Amelia, Covert, Bellville, with flour.

    Rambler, Cherry, Sacketsharbor, cheese, butter, tobacco and furniture.

    24th - Minerva Ann, Finkle, ...

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    p.3

    PORT OF ERNEST TOWN

    ENTERED

    Oct. 23rd - The Lady Amelia, Covert, Bellville, with flour.

    Rambler, Cherry, Sacketsharbor, cheese, butter, tobacco and furniture.

    24th - Minerva Ann, Finkle, ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 28, 1818
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 28, 1818
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    p.3 The Bay and River Steam Boat, Charlotte, built at the same Shipyard where the Frontenac was built, in the Village of Ernest Town, was launched on Wednesday the 22d instant, with most of her Machinery on board, nearly fitted for operation. The launch was a very favorable one. ...

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    p.3 The Bay and River Steam Boat, Charlotte, built at the same Shipyard where the Frontenac was built, in the Village of Ernest Town, was launched on Wednesday the ...

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 12, 1818
    Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 12, 1818
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    p. 3

    PORT OF KINGSTON

    ENTERED

    May 5th - Schr. Catharine, Gibson, from Newcastle, flour, staves & planks.

    6th - Schr. Kingston Packet, Reid, from Sacket's Harbor, vegetables.

    7th - Schr. Com. ...

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    p. 3

    PORT OF KINGSTON

    ENTERED

    May 5th - Schr. Catharine, Gibson, from Newcastle, flour, staves & planks.

    6th - Schr. Kingston Packet, Reid, from Sacket's Harbor, vegetables.

    7th - Schr. Com. ...

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 11, 1880
    British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 11, 1880
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    p.1 The Old Ontario - A writer in the Utica Herald says the steamer Ontario, which formerly ran on Lake Ontario, and the river St. Lawrence between Lewiston and Ogdensburg, is again to be restored to her native element and route.

    The keel of the Ontario was laid early in ...

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    p.1 The Old Ontario - A writer in the Utica Herald says the steamer Ontario, which formerly ran on Lake Ontario, and the river St. Lawrence between Lewiston and ...

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