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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Oct. 1, 1858
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Oct. 1, 1858
    textnewspaper       (The Daily News has apparently not survived for the balance of the year, but the weekly version has - note name change - from originals at Queen's University, Special Collections.) p.2 A Melancholy Accident - On Wednesday last the brig Black Hawk, just returned from Liverpool, England, with a ...
    textnewspaper     (The Daily News has apparently not survived for the balance of the year, but the weekly version has - note name change - from originals at Queen's University, Special Collections.) ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Oct. 8, 1858
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Oct. 8, 1858
    textnewspaper       p.4 Loss of the Schooner Col. Cook - By a despatch received while we are going to press we learn that the schooner Col. Cook, en route for Detroit from Liverpool, ran on the rocks at Gaspe, near the mouth of the St. Lawrence, on the 24th, and is a ...
    textnewspaper     p.4 Loss of the Schooner Col. Cook - By a despatch received while we are going to press we learn that the schooner Col. Cook, en route for Detroit from ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Oct. 15, 1858
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Oct. 15, 1858
    textnewspaper       p.1 The Toronto Regatta Club - At a banquet given by this Club after being thoroughly beaten by the Yankees, sundry wet speeches were made by members of the Club; among others, the Commodore, better known as Dr. Hodder, without cause or provocation, in the absence of anyone to defend ...
    textnewspaper     p.1 The Toronto Regatta Club - At a banquet given by this Club after being thoroughly beaten by the Yankees, sundry wet speeches were made by members of the Club; ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Oct. 22, 1858
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Oct. 22, 1858
    textnewspaper       p.1 The Storm - ... A large American scow, laden with lumber, was driven ashore a few miles below the Town, and must become a total wreck. The schooner Mary Watson is a total wreck upon the north Pier. Her cargo consists of salt, pig-iron, and coal; the pig iron ...
    textnewspaper     p.1 The Storm - ... A large American scow, laden with lumber, was driven ashore a few miles below the Town, and must become a total wreck. The schooner Mary ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Oct. 29, 1858
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Oct. 29, 1858
    textnewspaper       p.2 The Rideau Canal - what is to be done with it? - new railroad has lowered use of canal. (1/2 column) Water Falling - level at Owen Sound is down two feet. [Owen Sound Times] Found Drowned - A sailor named Michael Kilroy, formerly, we believe, employed on board ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 The Rideau Canal - what is to be done with it? - new railroad has lowered use of canal. (1/2 column) Water Falling - level at Owen Sound is ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Nov. 12, 1858
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Nov. 12, 1858
    textnewspaper       p.1 The inquest held at Morrisburgh, before Doctor Worthington, Coroner, on the bodies of the unfortunate men who were killed by the bursting of the boiler of the Hercules, closed its investigation on the 22nd ult., after a patient and suitable inquiry, returning the following verdict: explosion ...
    textnewspaper     p.1 The inquest held at Morrisburgh, before Doctor Worthington, Coroner, on the bodies of the unfortunate men who were killed by the bursting of the boiler of the Hercules, closed ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Nov. 19, 1858
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Nov. 19, 1858
    textnewspaper       p.2 Inquest - On Monday night, at 10 o'clock, Mr. Coroner De l'Armitage held an inquest on the body of Hugh McCummisky, who came to his death from injury received while oiling the wheel of the freight steamer Ottawa. The inquest was held on board the steamer, and from the ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 Inquest - On Monday night, at 10 o'clock, Mr. Coroner De l'Armitage held an inquest on the body of Hugh McCummisky, who came to his death from injury received ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Nov. 26, 1858
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Nov. 26, 1858
    textnewspaper       p.1 To The Editor of the Iroquois Chief. Sir, - I notice in the last number of "The Chief" a letter from Mr. William McAuslan, Steamboat Inspector, written for the (as he would wish to make your readers believe) purpose of explaining some discrepancy in his evidence before the Inquest ...
    textnewspaper     p.1 To The Editor of the Iroquois Chief. Sir, - I notice in the last number of "The Chief" a letter from Mr. William McAuslan, Steamboat Inspector, written for the ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Dec. 3, 1858
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Dec. 3, 1858
    textnewspaper       p.2 Lake Steamers Again - resolution introduced at railroad convention at Cleveland to make rates of fares same by rail or by rail and water....
    textnewspaper     p.2 Lake Steamers Again - resolution introduced at railroad convention at Cleveland to make rates of fares same by rail or by rail and water....
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Dec. 10, 1858
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Dec. 10, 1858
    textnewspaper       p.4 Canadian Enterprise - A railroad is now being constructed in Canada on the banks of the Welland Canal for the purpose of facilitating the transportation of grain from Port Colborne on Lake Erie to Port Dalhousie on Lake Ontario. The Welland Canal being too narrow to admit vessels of ...
    textnewspaper     p.4 Canadian Enterprise - A railroad is now being constructed in Canada on the banks of the Welland Canal for the purpose of facilitating the transportation of grain from Port ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Dec. 17, 1858
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Dec. 17, 1858
    textnewspaper       p.1 Prospective Steamers - two to be built to run from Grand Haven to Milwaukee, 235' x 34' x 13'. [Buffalo Courier] p.2 Welland Canal Closed - By a telegram from St. Catherines, we learn that navigation on the Welland Canal is closed for the season by the recent cold ...
    textnewspaper     p.1 Prospective Steamers - two to be built to run from Grand Haven to Milwaukee, 235' x 34' x 13'. [Buffalo Courier] p.2 Welland Canal Closed - By a telegram ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Feb. 4, 1859
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Feb. 4, 1859
    textnewspaper       p.4 Direct Trade Between Our Upper Lakes and Europe - During the past two years ten vessels, with a total tonnage of 3,600 tons, were built at Cleveland, Ohio and freighted by merchants of that city for English ports, their cargoes being chiefly staves and black walnut lumber. They all ...
    textnewspaper     p.4 Direct Trade Between Our Upper Lakes and Europe - During the past two years ten vessels, with a total tonnage of 3,600 tons, were built at Cleveland, Ohio and ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Feb. 11, 1859
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Feb. 11, 1859
    textnewspaper       p.2 Fishing For Salmon Trout - fishing from inside tent, at Cape Vincent, through ice. [Northern Journal] ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 Fishing For Salmon Trout - fishing from inside tent, at Cape Vincent, through ice. [Northern Journal] ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Feb. 18, 1859
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Feb. 18, 1859
    textnewspaper       p.4 The Sault Ste. Marie Canal - Gov. of Michigan recommends finishing of work. ...
    textnewspaper     p.4 The Sault Ste. Marie Canal - Gov. of Michigan recommends finishing of work. ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Feb. 25, 1859
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), Feb. 25, 1859
    textnewspaper       p.2 American Naval Intelligence - nine commissioned or warranted men attached to str. Michigan on the Lakes. p.3 Died - At Point Frederick on 22nd Feb., James Machray, Foreman of Stores, Military Store Department, H.M. Dockyard, 57 years old. ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 American Naval Intelligence - nine commissioned or warranted men attached to str. Michigan on the Lakes. p.3 Died - At Point Frederick on 22nd Feb., James Machray, Foreman of ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), March 4, 1859
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), March 4, 1859
    textnewspaper       p.1 Melancholy Accident - Capt. Macreadie, of brig. British Queen, and others fell through ice, his wife and her brother drown. [Sarnia Observer] The Board of Lake Underwriters, which has been in session for several days in Chicago, adjourned on Friday week to meet in New York on the 3rd ...
    textnewspaper     p.1 Melancholy Accident - Capt. Macreadie, of brig. British Queen, and others fell through ice, his wife and her brother drown. [Sarnia Observer] The Board of Lake Underwriters, which has ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), March 11, 1859
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), March 11, 1859
    textnewspaper       p.2 Opening of Navigation at Toronto - The Globe says that the bay at Toronto is now entirely free from ice, and navigation for the season has opened. On Saturday the schooner Caledonia arrived at the Custom House Wharf from Lewiston and Niagara, with a cargo of hay, whisky and ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 Opening of Navigation at Toronto - The Globe says that the bay at Toronto is now entirely free from ice, and navigation for the season has opened. On Saturday ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), March 18, 1859
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), March 18, 1859
    textnewspaper       p.2 ice gone in bay at Kingston; boats crossing to Wolfe and Garden Island; ice floating near Snake Island and lighthouse. ..."Nearly all the River and Lake Steamers have been undergoing repairs during the winter, and it is proposed, we believe, to make an early start in Lake and River, ...
    textnewspaper     p.2 ice gone in bay at Kingston; boats crossing to Wolfe and Garden Island; ice floating near Snake Island and lighthouse. ..."Nearly all the River and Lake Steamers have been ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), March 25, 1859
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), March 25, 1859
    textnewspaper       p.1 Severe Storm - Pierrepont fights way to Cape Vincent; wooden storehouse which stood on the wharf at foot of Union St., belonging to Marine Railway, was blown down. p.2 The Storm at Garden Island - lots of wood and cribbing blown away. Charlotte (Rochester) March 17th - First Arrival ...
    textnewspaper     p.1 Severe Storm - Pierrepont fights way to Cape Vincent; wooden storehouse which stood on the wharf at foot of Union St., belonging to Marine Railway, was blown down. p.2 ...
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  • Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), April 1, 1859
    Weekly ChronicleNews (Kingston, ON), April 1, 1859
    textnewspaper       p.3 The schooner Bay of Quinte, Capt. Gaskin, left Kingston harbor on Monday for Toronto, with a fair wind and fair weather, and reached Toronto in 20 hours, escaping the gale which sprang up from the West. p.4 The Harbor - The first keel to open the waters of the ...
    textnewspaper     p.3 The schooner Bay of Quinte, Capt. Gaskin, left Kingston harbor on Monday for Toronto, with a fair wind and fair weather, and reached Toronto in 20 hours, escaping the ...
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