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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Jan. 7, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Jan. 7, 1845
    textnewspaper       ....                                                 S. ROWLANDS, Secretary ] NOTES[1845 KINGSTON HERALD (from P.A.C...
    textnewspaper     .... S. ROWLANDS, Secretary ] NOTES[1845 KINGSTON HERALD (from P.A.C...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Feb. 25, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Feb. 25, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.2 Imports for Port of Kingston [Chronicle] ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 Imports for Port of Kingston [Chronicle] ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), March 4, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), March 4, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.1 We regret to learn that the sch. Brothers, which left this port on the 13th inst., for Toronto, has been found capsized about 25 miles down the American side of the lake, sails all up, and main and foremasts broken. A small skiff which was on board is missing. ...
    textnewspaper     p.1 We regret to learn that the sch. Brothers, which left this port on the 13th inst., for Toronto, has been found capsized about 25 miles down the American side ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), March 11, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), March 11, 1845
    textnewspaper       .... JENKINS, Secretary. Kingston, March 4, 1845....
    textnewspaper     .... JENKINS, Secretary. Kingston, March 4, 1845....
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), March 18, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), March 18, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.3 Opening of Navigation - The steamer America reached the Marine Railway wharf about 6 o'clock last Thursday evening, from Toronto, having pushed her way through a large field of ice extended from our shore. She returned about ten o'clock the same evening for Rochester, Cobourg, and Toronto. On ...
    textnewspaper     p.3 Opening of Navigation - The steamer America reached the Marine Railway wharf about 6 o'clock last Thursday evening, from Toronto, having pushed her way through a large field of ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), March 25, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), March 25, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.2 Bill assented to by Legislative Assembly - An Act to secure the right of property in British Plantation Vessels navigating the inland waters of this Province, and not registered under the act of the Imperial Parliament of the United Kingdom, passed in the third and fourth years of the ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 Bill assented to by Legislative Assembly - An Act to secure the right of property in British Plantation Vessels navigating the inland waters of this Province, and not registered ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), April 1, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), April 1, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.3 The river mail steamer Canada left Kingston yesterday at noon for Dickenson's Landing to bring up the members on their way home. The Lake Mail Steamer Sovereign would leave Toronto today for Kingston, returning tomorrow evening, and make two trips a week between the two places for the ...
    textnewspaper     p.3 The river mail steamer Canada left Kingston yesterday at noon for Dickenson's Landing to bring up the members on their way home. The Lake Mail Steamer Sovereign would leave ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), April 8, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), April 8, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.2 Bills assented to: An Act for better enforcing the provisions of the Act of the Legislature of Upper Canada, for the Regulation of Ferries, and for protecting the rights of the Lessees of Ferries. An Act to amend the Act for purchasing the Stock in the Welland Canal held ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 Bills assented to: An Act for better enforcing the provisions of the Act of the Legislature of Upper Canada, for the Regulation of Ferries, and for protecting the rights ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), April 15, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), April 15, 1845
    textnewspaper       ..., Secretary and Treasurer. CHARLES W. JENKINS. Kingston, April 8, 1845....
    textnewspaper     ..., Secretary and Treasurer. CHARLES W. JENKINS. Kingston, April 8, 1845....
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), April 22, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), April 22, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.3 The Lake and River Royal Mail Steamers are now running their regular trips for the season. Forwarding - The commercial and farming public will be glad to hear that the mammoth monopoly entered into by a combination of all the forwarding firms, will not be allowed to have everything ...
    textnewspaper     p.3 The Lake and River Royal Mail Steamers are now running their regular trips for the season. Forwarding - The commercial and farming public will be glad to hear that ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), April 29, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), April 29, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.3 We understand that advices have been received from England by the last steamer, that the important appeal case of Counter vs MacphersonCrane, respecting those buildings destroyed in the great fire at this town, has been decided by the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in favor of ...
    textnewspaper     p.3 We understand that advices have been received from England by the last steamer, that the important appeal case of Counter vs MacphersonCrane, respecting those buildings destroyed in the great ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), May 6, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), May 6, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.2 Opening of the Canal Deferred - The resumption of navigation on the Welland Canal this day, as announced in our last, could not take place. The late frequent and heavy rains have materially retarded operations on the canal, and an accurate inspection of the works showed the impracticability of ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 Opening of the Canal Deferred - The resumption of navigation on the Welland Canal this day, as announced in our last, could not take place. The late frequent and ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), May 20, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), May 20, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.2 The canal has been thronged with passing vessels since our last, and so far as we hear every thing works well. Some of the old schooners look quite diminutive in the new locks. The canal presents a very handsome appearance where it is perfected, and men are actively engaged ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 The canal has been thronged with passing vessels since our last, and so far as we hear every thing works well. Some of the old schooners look quite diminutive ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), May 27, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), May 27, 1845
    textnewspaper       ... 17th, 1845. All persons are hereby forbid Ferrying across between Wolfe...
    textnewspaper     ... 17th, 1845. All persons are hereby forbid Ferrying across between Wolfe...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), June 17, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), June 17, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.2 On Saturday we had the pleasure of visiting the Steamer Rival at the Canal Basin. She was formerly a ferry boat at Quebec, under a different name, but was lately purchased by Dickson, JohnsonCo., Forwarders for their line of boats to Kingston. Previous to the purchase she had been ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 On Saturday we had the pleasure of visiting the Steamer Rival at the Canal Basin. She was formerly a ferry boat at Quebec, under a different name, but was ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 5, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 5, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.3 The Lachine Canal was closed last Friday, and will continue closed until the 18th of September, in order to effect the necessary works of enlargement. The several forwarders have published notices stating that they will receive goods and produce for transport, carting them between Montreal and ...
    textnewspaper     p.3 The Lachine Canal was closed last Friday, and will continue closed until the 18th of September, in order to effect the necessary works of enlargement. The several forwarders have ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 12, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 12, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.2 The Wabash, Capt. Jamison, passed outwards from Port Dalhousie, on the 23rd, on its return to Oswego, with 9600 bushels of wheat, from Cleveland, and drawing 8 feet 4 inches water. [St. Catherines Journal] ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 The Wabash, Capt. Jamison, passed outwards from Port Dalhousie, on the 23rd, on its return to Oswego, with 9600 bushels of wheat, from Cleveland, and drawing 8 feet 4 ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 19, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 19, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.2 LOSS OF THE STEAMER KENT From Correspondence Detroit Advertiser Steamer Kent Sunk - Several Lives Lost. Dear Sirs, - At half past 3 A.M. this day below Point au Pelee on Lake Erie, the London steamer from Buffalo, and the Kent steamer on her downward passage, came in contact ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 LOSS OF THE STEAMER KENT From Correspondence Detroit Advertiser Steamer Kent Sunk - Several Lives Lost. Dear Sirs, - At half past 3 A.M. this day below Point au ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 26, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Aug. 26, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.2 It is understood that Messrs. DickHearn have exchanged a share of the City with Mr. Bethune for a part of the Princess Royal. p.2 STEAMBOAT MONOPOLY ON LAKE ONTARIO [Globe] We have hesitated long as to whether we should bring this subject before the public, and expose the ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 It is understood that Messrs. DickHearn have exchanged a share of the City with Mr. Bethune for a part of the Princess Royal. p.2 STEAMBOAT MONOPOLY ON LAKE ONTARIO ...
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  • Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 2, 1845
    Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 2, 1845
    textnewspaper       p.2 The opposition - the formidable opposition to the Lake Steamboats has vanished almost as soon as it was announced. We did not think it would continue very long, but we certainly thought that it would make more than one trip to Toronto. Nevertheless it has all ended in smoke ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 The opposition - the formidable opposition to the Lake Steamboats has vanished almost as soon as it was announced. We did not think it would continue very long, but ...
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