The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), April 28, 1835

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p.1 Travels in Upper Canada, No. XI - Presqu'ile, Brighton, Grafton and Cobourg - mentions loss of Speedy (not directly named), also mentions pier at Cobourg. [Montreal Gazette]

p.2 List of Bills Passed by the House of Assembly during the first session of the 12th Provincial Parliament:

#2 - An Act to Establish a standard weight for the different kinds of Grain & pulse in this Province.

#15 - act to incorporate Grimsby Breakwater Pier and Harbour Company.

#18 - An Act to incorporate a Joint Stock Co. for the construction of a Harbour at the mouth of Stoney Creek, on Lake Ontario.

#29 - An Act to continue and amend the Port Dover Harbour Company.

#47 - An Act to amend Act incorporating Welland Canal Company.

#65 - An Act to increase the Salary of the Keeper of the False Duck Light House.

#66 - An Act for the erection of a Light House on Hartley's Point on Lake Erie.

#68 - An Act to remunerate Francis Hall, Civil Engineer, for services at the Burlington Bay Canal.

#69 - An Act granting further aid to the Burlington Bay Canal.

#74 - An Act granting a loan to the Cobourg Harbour Company.

#75 - An Act granting a sum of money for the erection of a Light House on Gull Island, or such other place as the Commissioners may select.

#80 - An Act to improve the Harbour at Kettle Creek.

On Wednesday last we had the pleasure of witnessing a number of Durham Boats and Bateaux glide by town, heavily laden with pork and flour for Montreal. It is by the appearance of these useful little craft that we can judge that Spring is at hand and not from any indication afforded us by the weather as yet. [Cornwall Observer]

Canal Construction to resume when weather improves. [ibid]

p.3 The Assembly granted £1000 to complete Cobourg Harbour, and another £1000 to erect a Light House between Cobourg and Port Hope.

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Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), April 28, 1835