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  • Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), June 22, 1840
    Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), June 22, 1840
    textnewspaper       (copied from Whig by Bytown Gazette of June 18th, which was then quoted by Quebec Gazette) p.1 an article describing the Whig editor's trip through the Rideau Canal - a large quantity of timber is slowing down the progress of steamers, most of it is going towards Bytown. (also appeared ...
    textnewspaper     (copied from Whig by Bytown Gazette of June 18th, which was then quoted by Quebec Gazette) p.1 an article describing the Whig editor's trip through the Rideau Canal - a ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Aug. 26, 1840
    Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Aug. 26, 1840
    textnewspaper       (copied from British Whig) p.2 arrival of Gov.-Gen. at Kingston in H.M.S. Traveller. ...
    textnewspaper     (copied from British Whig) p.2 arrival of Gov.-Gen. at Kingston in H.M.S. Traveller. ...
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  • Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Dec. 16, 1840
    Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Dec. 16, 1840
    textnewspaper       (copied from Whig by Quebec Gazette, Dec. 16, 1840) p.2 Kingston Whig of 11th invites striking ship carpenters at Quebec to come to Kingston. ...
    textnewspaper     (copied from Whig by Quebec Gazette, Dec. 16, 1840) p.2 Kingston Whig of 11th invites striking ship carpenters at Quebec to come to Kingston. ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Feb. 24, 1841
    Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Feb. 24, 1841
    textnewspaper       (copied from Whig by Quebec Gazette, Feb. 24, 1841) p.2 Commander Drew - has not yet benefitted from a trip to England - he is trying to get reimbursed for court case. ...
    textnewspaper     (copied from Whig by Quebec Gazette, Feb. 24, 1841) p.2 Commander Drew - has not yet benefitted from a trip to England - he is trying to get reimbursed for ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), April 23, 1841
    Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), April 23, 1841
    textnewspaper       (copied from Whig by Quebec Gazette, April 23, 1841) p.2 Kingston, April 16th - The prospects of the coming year's business are cheering to a degree. The contracts already made by the company, for the transportation of produce to Montreal, will employ the whole of their immense means for ...
    textnewspaper     (copied from Whig by Quebec Gazette, April 23, 1841) p.2 Kingston, April 16th - The prospects of the coming year's business are cheering to a degree. The contracts already made ...
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  • Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Nov. 4, 1840
    Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Nov. 4, 1840
    textnewspaper       p.2 Kingston, Oct. 29th - By a gentleman from Toronto, who was a passenger in the William IV we have been informed of some of the particulars attending the temporary loss of this vessel on her unfortunate downward trip. It appears that yesterday morning, about 5 o'clock, when the William ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 Kingston, Oct. 29th - By a gentleman from Toronto, who was a passenger in the William IV we have been informed of some of the particulars attending the temporary ...
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  • Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), April 21, 1841
    Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), April 21, 1841
    textnewspaper       p.2 Kingston, April 15th - Our Harbour - The harbour is yet blocked up with ice, though we have very good indication of its speedy dissolution. The channel in front of the town is at length open, and seven schooners belonging to Calvin, Cook and Counter, have left Garden Island ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 Kingston, April 15th - Our Harbour - The harbour is yet blocked up with ice, though we have very good indication of its speedy dissolution. The channel in front ...
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  • Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), April 28, 1841
    Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), April 28, 1841
    textnewspaper       p.2 Kingston, April 22nd - Our harbour is now entirely freed of ice the heavy north-westerly gale of Sunday night last having broken up the sheet which extended upwards to the lake for several miles. The St. George left this port for Toronto on Sunday evening; the Porcupine for Prescott, ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 Kingston, April 22nd - Our harbour is now entirely freed of ice the heavy north-westerly gale of Sunday night last having broken up the sheet which extended upwards to ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Aug. 9, 1841
    Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Aug. 9, 1841
    textnewspaper       p.2 The Regatta, we regret to say, was a failure. Our good citizens seem to be too much engaged "making hay while the sun shines" to pay attention to sportive recreations. Our neighbours of Long Island bore off the palm in two or three of the contests, ousting those of ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 The Regatta, we regret to say, was a failure. Our good citizens seem to be too much engaged "making hay while the sun shines" to pay attention to sportive ...
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  • Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Dec. 8, 1841
    Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Dec. 8, 1841
    textnewspaper       p.2 Kingston Dec. 2nd - The Lake Steamers are laid up, with the exception of the Niagara, now on her last trip. The Bay boats have ceased running; the Canal is closed; and but a few boats are still plying on the river. Yesterday and today it has been mild, ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 Kingston Dec. 2nd - The Lake Steamers are laid up, with the exception of the Niagara, now on her last trip. The Bay boats have ceased running; the Canal ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), June 9, 1841
    Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), June 9, 1841
    textnewspaper       (copied from Whig by Quebec Gazette, June 9, 1841) p.2 Kingston, June 4th - The forwarding business continues steadily to increase. Every wharf, warehouse, or place where a barrel of flour can be stowed away, is crammed to excess with the produce of the West, notwithstanding seven ...
    textnewspaper     (copied from Whig by Quebec Gazette, June 9, 1841) p.2 Kingston, June 4th - The forwarding business continues steadily to increase. Every wharf, warehouse, or place where a barrel of ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Oct. 13, 1841
    Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Oct. 13, 1841
    textnewspaper       (copied from Whig by Quebec Gazette, Oct. 13, 1841) p.2 No Monopoly (From the Kingston Whig, Oct. 7th) - In a late Quebec Gazette, the editor in taking notice of the Rideau and other Canals, perpetrates a variety of most egregious blunders, and among others, makes mention of the Forwarding ...
    textnewspaper     (copied from Whig by Quebec Gazette, Oct. 13, 1841) p.2 No Monopoly (From the Kingston Whig, Oct. 7th) - In a late Quebec Gazette, the editor in taking notice of ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Nov. 29, 1841
    Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), Nov. 29, 1841
    textnewspaper       (copied from Whig by Quebec Gazette, Nov. 29, 1841) p.2 The Weather - the Rideau Canal will close soon; it has been open longer than usual, the steamboats are making their way through the ice. ...
    textnewspaper     (copied from Whig by Quebec Gazette, Nov. 29, 1841) p.2 The Weather - the Rideau Canal will close soon; it has been open longer than usual, the steamboats are making ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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