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    • St. Catharines Journal

      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-07-26)
      Accounts of the Niagara region; Preparations for defense of the Canadian – U.S. border; Plains for a daily line of steam boats between Oswego and Niagara; “Lord Durham’s visit to Niagara Wharf”, with additional address from Durham during his visit in Toronto; “The Short Hills Affair”, on further complications with the rebels in the Short Hills area; New papers The Brantford Standard and The Examiner; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-07-19)
      Short story “How to Shame the Blue Noses”, in the Samuel Slick series; Amnesty in Lower Canada; “Bill Johnston’s Gang"; “Grand Display at the Falls", on a visit from Lord Durham; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-07-12)
      Accounts of the Niagara region; Opinion article on rebellions; Arrests of rebels in Lower Canada; Patriots on march towards London arrested; Other minor rebellion-related conflicts; Steam boat Pulaski likely sunk; Further resumption of specie payments in the U.S.; “Crown Lands Commission”; Rough estimates of population of British Empire; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services); “The Sioux Indians”, an article on potential war with First Nations groups;
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-07-05)
      Short story “Cumberland Oysters Produce Melancholy Forebodings”, in the Samuel Slick series; Communications from the U.S. President to Canada and replies, on the matter of the Sir Robert Peel; “Trial of the ‘Peel’ Pirates”; “How to Deal with Mobs”; Issues with counterfeiters; “Militia General Order”; Results of the recent cattle show; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-06-28)
      Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services); Further controversy regarding rebels from Canada in the U.S. and their relation to the burning of the Sir Robert Peel; William Johnston continues to cause waves; Some claim that Americans burned the Sir Robert Peel, and are attempting to deepen the divide between Canada and the U.S.; Many Proclamations from the Lieutenant Governor regarding the rebels and border security; Rebels in the Short Hills area captured; “Canadian Loyalty”;
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-06-21)
      Miscellaneous articles on disease and marriage; Articles on General Wool and the Patriot army; Bill Johnston and other rebels board the boat "Oswego"; More steam boats burned in the U.S.; Patriots attack the Short Hills area, British army deployed; French military blockades Mexican ports; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-06-14)
      Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services); Various addresses and letters, previously published on earlier editions of this newspaper; Suspects arrested in burning of the Sir Robert Peel, mainly Canadians; Reward offered for other suspects; Resumption of specie payments by American banks; Specie circular will likely be repealed; “St Catharines Cattle Show and Fair”; Boats fired upon; Article arguing for exile of rebels rather than giving them the death penalty; Proclamation from Bill Johnston, one of the burners of the Sir Robert Peel;
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-06-07)
      Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services); More on the burning of the Caroline; George Arthur’s proclamation regarding the recent burning of the steam boat Sir Robert Peel by Americans, and other articles detailing the circumstances of the burning; U.S. forces First Nations (Cherokee) to go west in Address from Major General Scott; Editorial on border issues with the U.S.; Engineer’s report on the state of the Welland Canal and on further construction;
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-05-31)
      Short story “Yankee Eating and Horse Feeding”, in Samuel Slick series; Correspondence from General John Wool; General Theller of the rebels sentenced more lightly than others; Some extracts from Mackenzie’s newspaper; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-05-24)
      Summary and excerpts from a long series of letters between Van Rensselaer and Mackenzie; “Steam Boat Explosion”; “Pardon of the Prisoners”; Racist article on a multiracial gathering at Pennsylvania Hall; Pennsylvania Hall later burned; Rumours continue to circulate on activities of Mackenzie; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-05-17)
      Various articles on how to do business, as well as some on temperance; Continuing issues with the border between Lower Canada and the U.S.; “Indian Treaty”; Proclamation from George Arthur (Lieutenant General); More on fire in Charleston; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-05-10)
      Samel Lount and Peter Mathews given death sentence for treason; More on the recently-arrived steamships named the “Sirius” and the “Great Western”; Steam boat explodes; “Burning of Charleston”; Background of Lord Durham; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-05-03)
      Short story “Go Ahead”, in the Samnel Slick series; Iron discovered in Missouri; Some debate on the border between Canada and the U.S.; Mackenzie prints new paper; Sir Francis Head confronts Marshall Bidell on treasonous activity; Crew of shipwrecked "Elizabeth Caroline” saved; Some U.S. States resolve to have their banks resume specie payments; “Arrival of the Steam Ships”, on the new fast travel times of these ships; “Riot at Brockville”; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-04-26)
      Short story “Catharine M’Innes”; Various articles on culture; U.S. banks intend to resume specie payments; More on the Oneida bank robber; Continuing articles on the trials for high treason; Editorial on Col. Cameron; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-04-19)
      Short story “Justice Pettifog” in the Samuel Slick series; Various articles on how to deal with diseases and other minor issues; Detroit committee attempts to reassure Americans that Canadians are not attacking them; Various articles on the actions of the Patriots and Mackenzie; Trials for High Treason; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-04-12)
      Short story “Thomas and Nancy”, on the virtues of temperance; More war correspondence regarding the border conflicts with the Patriots; Travels of Sir Francis Head; Mackenzie continues to agitate crowds in the U.S.; Treatment of prisoners in Montreal; Background of Sutherland uncovered; Editorial on the Welland Canal’s safety; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-04-05)
      Short story "The Silent Girls” in the Samuel Slick series; Proclamation from Patriot general Dr. Duncombe, partially addressed specifically to “colored men” & “Indians”; More news on Patriot movements and conflicts; “Cost of the Florida War”; Address from the Constitutional Reformers in Parliament to George Arthur (Lieutenant Governor) and his reply; “Death of Catharine Brant”; Various trials of those involved in the rebellion; Continuing editorial conflict with the Lewiston Telegraph; Controversy over risk of sending goods through Welland Canal; Sir George Arthur arrives in Upper Canada; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-02-01)
      Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services); In Great Britain, Queen Victoria gives an address to Parliament; More updates on the rebellion; United states citizen militia led by Sutherland in support of the rebellion disbands and evacuates Navy Island; “The Florida War”; “The Clergy Reserve Question”, on another plan to distribute the lands; Editorials against the Niagara Reporter and other newspapers;
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-03-29)
      Short story “The Trotting Horse”, first of the Samuel Slick series; First address from Lord Durham; Demand for action from the U.S. government on the Patriots; Several Patriot leaders arrested; “Editorial Controversy”; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);
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      Leavenworth, Hiram (1838-03-22)
      Correspondence between General Scott, Captain Drew, and Colonel MacNab, on the Patriots; Many articles on Patriot activity, including in the Updates on the Parliament of Upper Canada; New Governour General Lord Durham; Controversy regarding outcome of duel at Washington; Welland Canal opens navigation; Lower Canada appears to be mostly peaceful; “MacKenzie’s Lament”; Description of various items for sale (property lots, ads for other goods and services);