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Labour Nov. 20, 1837 p. 3, col. 5

James Powell wishes to hire one or two journeyman tin plate workers.

British Whig
Labour Dec. 20, 1837 p. 2, col. 5

Labourers working on the Kingston - Napanee Road wrote a letter to the militia officers asking that they be formed into a unit under their engineer, Mr. Cull.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Dec. 22, 1837 p. 3, col. 4, 5

Labourers working on the Kingston - Napanee Road wrote a letter to the militia officers asking that they be formed into a unit under their engineer, Mr. Cull.

British Whig
Labour Nov. 10, 1837 p. 3, col. 6

Two workers were killed and several more injured when a bank gave way on the Kingston Napanee Road construction near Powley's Mills.

British Whig
Labour Apr. 7, 1838 p. 3, col. 3

Two journeymen are wanted in the wagon making business.

British Whig
Labour May 8, 1838 p. 2., col. 6; p. 3., col. 1

Anti reform letter. Allusion to a loyalist reformer, probably Peter Perry. Criticism of anti-penitentiary. Sentiments expressed by certain mechanics in Kingston.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Aug. 18, 1838 p. 2, col. 1

Reports that there are many labourers and mechanics unemployed in New York, by Wm. Lyon Mackenzie.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Aug. 17, 1838 p. 2, col. 6

Hervey, of Brockville, has contracted for construction of a canal in the western part of the province and took a number of labourers with him.

British Whig
Labour Sept. 15, 1838 p. 3, col. 1

J. Midcalf, market square, hiring labourers and stone cutters to work at Chisholm's Rapids, Trent River.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour May 16, 1839 p. 3, col. 2

Rev. R.D. Cartwright acknowledges money conveyed to him by John Dunn from the workers employed on the house of Archd. G. 0. Stuart, toward the relief of war victims.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Jan. 9, 1839 p. 3, col. 1

E. Noble wishes to hire 25 to 30 cord wood choppers.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Apr. 3, 1839 p. 3, col. 4

Item re exploitation of women in shirt and stay-making industries.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour June 26, 1839 p. 3, col. 3

Notice by Belleville shoemakers of a meeting. Resolutions passed re quality control, prevention of "dumping" shoes from the U.S.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour June 10, 1840 p. 2, col. 3

A. Manahan and John Roy are Emigrant agents for Kingston, notifying employers, who may be seeking labourers, that emigrants are available. The number wanted and wages should be stated.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour June 11, 1840 p. 2, col. 6

Reference to the employment of emigrants in the completion of the Kingston Napanee Road.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour June 11, 1840 p. 2, col. 6

Reference to the need of emigrant workers at the Bay of Quinte.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour June 25, 1840 p. 2, col. 6

Regarding the employment opportunities for emigrants in Upper Canada.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour June 25, 1840 p. 3, col. 2

Emigrants are warned against American steamers which persuade emigrants to go to the United States, since wages are lower on the U.S. side.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Oct. 3, 1840 p. 3, col. 4

4 Carpenters wanted by R.M. Rose, Kingston.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Jan. 20, 1841 p. 3, col. 4

'E.D.L.' accepting applications at the Chr. and Gaz. Office from those wishing to hire a young man as a clerk or book keeper.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Jan. 27, 1841 p. 3, col. 4

Milo and Rogers of Kingston need 6 or more journeyman painters.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Jan. 30, 1841 p. 3, col. 4

Kingston Chronicle and Gazette office accepting applications for experienced men in Grocery or haberdashery business.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Feb. 3, 1841 p. 2, col. 4

Quebec Mercury comments on the wages of ships' carpenters.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Feb. 24, 1841 p. 3, col. 4

William Gunn, cabinet maker and upholsterer, is in search of journeymen.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Apr. 17, 1841 p. 5, col. 1

Person wishing a position as an overseer or miller in a flouring or grist mill. Applications to be made at the Chr. and Gaz. Office.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Apr. 17, 1841 p. 3, col. 1

Groom wanted to care for horses. Apply at the Chronicle and Gazette Office.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Apr. 21, 1841 p. 3, col. 3

A.C. Buchanan, Chief Emigrant Agent, Quebec, requests all those in need of employees to specify number, wages, etc. and to contact the Emigrant Office.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour Apr. 28, 1841 p. 3, col. 3

S.S. seeks employment in a Couting House.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour May 5, 1841 p. 3, col. 2

E.C.J. is seeking employment in an office as a compositor.

Chronicle and Gazette
Labour May 5, 1841 p. 3, col. 2

Pastry Cook and Confectioner wanted. Apply at the Chr. and Gaz. Office.

Chronicle and Gazette

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