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Title Start Datesort descending Article Begins Body Newspaper
Carscallan, John Apr 6, 1816 p. 4, col. 1

Of Camden, ad for sale of land in Fredericksburg, lot no. 1 in the 1st concession.

Kingston Gazette
Cartwright, The Honorable Richard Jr. (1759-1815) Apr. 1, 1815 p. 3, col. 3

Anyone knowing the whereabouts of John Strachan servant, John Boileau, contact the Hon. Richard Cartwright in Kingston.

Kingston Gazette
Commissary General Apr. 1, 1815 p. 1, col. 2

Commissary General Robinson.

Kingston Gazette
Commissary General's Office. Deputy Assistant Apr. 1, 1815 p. 1, col. 2

Referred to in a letter to the Editor from An Observer.

Kingston Gazette
Chalmers, Archibald Apr. 1, 1825 p. 3, col. 3

Married to Isabel Jennings by the Rev. Arch Deacon Stuart.

Kingston Chronicle
Commandant Apr. 1, 1825 p. 3, col. 4

House to let in the east end of Kingston, near the Commandant's house.

Kingston Chronicle
Cuthbertson, James Apr. 1, 1825 p. 3, col. 3

Married to Mrs. Mary Easthope by the Rev. Arch Deacon Stuart.

Kingston Chronicle
Carpenters Apr. 1, 1830 p. 3, col. 1

Notice from the Commissariat Office re. tenders for the erection of buildings within the Tete de Pont in this Garrison. Ad for carpenters and masons.

Kingston Chronicle
Cartwright, John S. Apr. 1, 1834 p. 3, col. 2

The Kingston Chronicle and Gazette refused to print the letters from "A Farmer" to John S. Cartwright.

British Whig
Cartwright, John S. Apr. 1, 1834 p. 3, col. 3

Letter from "A Moderate Reformer" demanding why Allan McPherson, a "moderate Tory" was not chosen as Tory candidate instead of the party going "to that tory hole, Kingston", for Solomon (John S. Cartwright). Reference to George Mackenzie.

British Whig
Colonial Advocate, The Apr. 1, 1834 p. 2, col. 5

Describes the following candidates for Toronto city election as "half a groce of old obstinate Tories": Peter Paterson, Dr. col. Widmer, George Duggan, col. Stotesbury, Thomas Helliwell, Grant Powell, Robert Stanton.

British Whig
Commerce Apr. 1, 1834 p. 2, col. 1

Reference to prices in Great Britain for Canadian exports.

British Whig
Crime and criminals Apr. 1, 1834 p. 2, col. 4, 5

The wife of Raymond dit Desrochers was murdered soon after their wedding by Oliver Brien dit Desrochers, Raymond's brother. Oliver was jealous as this was the woman he also preferred.

British Whig
Crime and criminals Apr. 1, 1834 p. 2, col. 5

The horse of Charles Duncombes brother was stolen 'by William Morrison, who was pursued by Drake, the bailiff. Morrison escaped to Detroit but was extradited back to Canada.

British Whig
Clark, Hon. Thomas Apr. 1, 1835 p. 2, col. 6

Served on select committee studying the clergy reserves bill.

Chronicle and Gazette
Carfrae, Thomas Apr. 1, 1835 p. 2, col. 1

Member of a committee of the Upper Canada British Emigrant Society founded in Toronto.

Chronicle and Gazette
Casey, Cynthia (Mrs. Samuel Casey) Apr. 1, 1835 p. 3, col. 3

Timothy Maginnis states that he did not murder the late Thomas Jackson of Amherst Island and includes her sworn testimony to this effect.

Chronicle and Gazette
Casey, Cynthia (Mrs. Samuel Casey) Apr. 1, 1835 p. 3, col. 3

Mentions hanging of Joseph Huffman in United with reference to the murder of Thomas Jackson.

Chronicle and Gazette
Casey, Samuel Apr. 1, 1835 p. 3, col. 3

His wife Cynthia Casey's sworn statement is quoted by Timothy Maginnis, who reasserts that he did not kill the late Thos. Jackson in 1817.

Chronicle and Gazette
Children Apr. 1, 1835 p. 3, col. 2

Children's Friend Society of Montreal. Branch of similar society in London. Purpose is to combat juvenile vagrancy. Orrok is leader in Montreal. Chronicle and Gazette suggests that a branch be set up in Kingston, and refers inquirers to Major Wm. Logie.

Chronicle and Gazette
Children's Friend Society Apr. 1, 1835 p. 3, col. 2

Of Montreal. Branch of similar society in London. Purpose is to combat juvenile vagrancy. Orrok is leader in Montreal. Chronicle and Gazette suggests that a branch be set up in Kingston, and refers inquirers to Major Wm. Logie.

Chronicle and Gazette
Collar, John Apr. 1, 1835 p. 3, col. 1

Notice of thanks to his fellow townsmen for helping extinguish the fire at his property. Mention of Hugh Scanlan, Jackson, Abraham Truax, Samuel Muckleston.

Chronicle and Gazette
Commercial Bank of Upper Canada Apr. 1, 1835 p. 3, col. 1

Bill to increase the stock of Commercial Bank of Midl. District passed third reading.

Chronicle and Gazette
Craig, J. Apr. 1, 1835 p. 2, col. 1

Member of a committee of the Upper Canada British Emigrant Society founded in Toronto.

Chronicle and Gazette
Crime and criminals Apr. 1, 1835 p. 3, col. 3

Timothy Maginnis (McGuinness), acquitted of the murder of Thos. Jackson in 1817, denies again that he murdered the man. He includes sworn statements by the following persons: Cynthia Casey, wife of Samuel Casey of Adolphustown, and Sarah Eliza Wilson, wife of merchant Thomas Wilson of Kingston.

Chronicle and Gazette
Crooks, James Apr. 1, 1835 p. 2, col. 3, 4

Debate on clergy reserve bill upon second reading. Speech by James Crooks.

Chronicle and Gazette
Crooks, James Apr. 1, 1835 p. 2, col. 6

Served on select committee studying the clergy reserves bill.

Chronicle and Gazette
Crown and Clergy Reserves Apr. 1, 1835 p. 2, col. 3, 4

Debate on clergy reserve bill upon second reading in U.C. Parliament.

Chronicle and Gazette
Cull, James Apr. 1, 1835 p. 2, col. 1

Member of a committee of the Upper Canada British Emigrant Society founded in Toronto.

Chronicle and Gazette
Cavers, Phoebe Apr. 1, 1836 p. 2, col. 6

Daughter of James Cavers of Montreal. She married Peter Smith. The bride and groom broke through the ice of the Chateauguay River in their cariole and drowned.

Chronicle and Gazette

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