The Farmers’ Journal, And Welland Canal Intelligence. March 1826. Excerpts include marriage and death announcements and a note about Influenza.

The Farmers’ Journal and Welland Canal Intelligence Excerpts March 1826

The Farmers’ Journal, And Welland Canal Intelligence. Vol 1. No. 4.

St. Catharines, U.C. March 1, 1826. Page 3

MARRIED

At Unterwalden, Switzerland, by the Rev. Deidrich Schleichwelder, Mr. PETER SCHILDERKNECK to Miss CHRISTINA SCHLECHTWOHL.

Groomsman, Mr. Charles Hoeflichjeger. Bridesmaid, Miss Dorthy Nennzehnoelzer.

The Farmers' Journal Married Peter Schilderkneck to Christina Schlectowohl March 1826

The Farmers’ Journal, And Welland Canal Intelligence. Vol 1. No. 6.

St. Catharines, (U.C.) March 15, 1826. Page 3

DIED

In this village, on Thursday morning last, SARAH, daughter of Mr. Kenneth Reach, in the tenth year of her age.

In this village, on Saturday morning last, MARY, daughter of the late Mr. Amos M’Kenney, in the 9th year of her age.

The Farmers' Journal Deaths Sarah Reach and Mary M'Kenney March 1826

The Farmers’ Journal, And Welland Canal Intelligence. Vol 1. No. 7.

St. Catharines, U.C. March 22, 1826. Page 3

INFLUENZA. This disorder, which for the last two months has been so prevalent in the United States, has visited these provinces with all its afflicting consequences. The Kingston papers mention its being severely felt in many parts of U. Canada, and scarcely a family in this city, has been entirely free from it. Mont. Cour.

The Farmers' Journal INFLUENZA March 1826

The Farmers’ Journal, And Welland Canal Intelligence. Vol 1. No. 8.

St. Catharines, (U.C.) March 29, 1826. Page 3

The following remedy for curing the prevailing cold denominated influenza, has been proved affectual.

Cut up onions in proportion to the size of the feet, and fry them with vinegar; apply them as warm as possible, covering the feet well with flannel.

The Farmers' Journal Influenza remedy 1826

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