p.2 Steam Ferry - We are informed that a regular communication is now formed between this place and Cape Vincent, the steam ferry boat of the Messrs. Ives being met at the Island by a stage, which will convey passengers to Hinckley's, where they will cross the usual ferry. The Messrs. Ives have fitted up a small steamer expressly for this service, which has been appropriately designated the Island Queen, and their enterprise is deserving of all the support which the Island and the good citizens of Kingston can give them. As the warm season is now opening upon us, we have no doubt that large numbers will avail themselves of the regular trips of the Island Queen to seek that delightful recreation which a trip to Garden and Wolfe Island afford.
By a Proclamation in the Gazette Dickenson's Landing has been declared a Port of Entry. H. MacGregor, Esq., late Surveyor of this Port, has been appointed to the Collectorship.
The Collectorship - Hon. John Macaulay has resigned for this port.
News Marine List.
Port of Kingston - Arrived.
May 25th - Stmr. Clinton, Oswego, 2 bales Twine, 10 doz. Pails, 103 half chests Tea, 28 bxs. Tobacco, 1 trc. Rice, 1 bx. Pepper Sauce, 5 bags Coffee, 50 doz. Rakes; Stmr. Niagara, Oswego, 1 bx. Wares, 1 bbl. Castor Oil, Passengers & Sundries; Stmr. Princess Royal, Lewiston, 598 bbls. Flour, 16 pks. Tea, 1 lot Broom handles; Stmr. Lady of the Lake, Oswego, 12 bxs. Clocks, 4 do. Weights, 4576 Brooms, 1 bdl. Paper, 2 bbls. Oil, 72 bush. Potatoes, 2 bxs. Glass, 31 bxs. Tobacco; Schr. Scotia, Windsor, 5180 bush. Wheat, 17 bbls. Ashes; Schr. James Coleman, Hamilton, 3073 bbls. Flour, 8 kegs Butter; Schr. Minerva Cook, Port Dalhousie, 144 pcs. Oak; Prop. London, Humber, 900 bbls. Flour; Brig. Liverpool, Port Dalhousie, 251 pcs. Oak; Schr. Queen Victoria, Stoney Creek, 119 pcs. Oak; Brig. Gen. Brock, Port Dalhousie, 78 pcs. Oak; Schr. Edith, St. Catherines, 1400 bbls. Flour; Schr. W.H. Merritt, Hamilton, 964 bbls. Flour.
May 26th - Schr. Highland Chief, Toronto, 565 bbls. Flour; Schr. Defiance, Bond Head, 350 bbls. Flour, 50 do. Pork; Schr. Hannah, Port Dalhousie, 89 pcs. Oak; Schr. Telegraph, Jordan, 930 bbls. Flour; Schr. Elizabeth, Port Windsor, 52 hds. Hams, 286 bbls. Pork, 39 bbls. Ashes, 3 1/2 bbls. Lard; Schr. Almedia, St. Catherines, 354 bbls. Flour, 1483 bush. Wheat; Schr. Concord, Toronto, 786 bbls. Flour; Schr. Waterloo, Chatham, 5210 bush. of Wheat, 25 bbls. Ashes; Schr. Sovereign, 1165 bbls. Flour, 90 bbls. Pot Barley, 9 bbls. Ashes; Caledonia, Cleveland, 1212 bbls. Pork, 233 bbls. Flour, 50 kegs Lard; Stmr. St. Lawrence, Oswego, cargo of Merchandize.
May 27th - Schr. Ellen, Port Hope, 813 bbls. Flour, 30 bbls. Whisky; Schr. Lord Nelson, Toronto, 551 bbls. Flour, 80 lbs. Pork, 499 hams, 150 sides bacon; Schr. Elizabeth, Toronto, 450 bbls. Flour, 3348 bush. Wheat; Schr. England, Port Nelson, 4671 bush. Wheat, 47 bbls. Ashes; Brig. Matilda Taylor, Toronto, 130 bbls. Ashes, 4120 bush. Wheat, 200 lbs Pork, 2245 bbls. Flour; Stmr. Prince of Wales, Trent, 364 bbls. Flour, 29 bags Peas; Schr. C.J. Robinson, Toronto, 1458 bbls. Flour; Prop. Adventure, 900 bbls. Flour, 6 cases Goods; Schr. Maid of the Mill, Humber, 1450 Flour; Brig. Mohawk, Oshawa, 1466 bbls. Flour; Schr. Josephine, Cleveland, 660 bbls. Flour, 500 Pork, 150 kegs Lard, 787 hf. bxs. Glass; Stmr. Rochester, Oswego, 22 bbls. Apples, 1 bale Hops, 26 bags Meal; Clinton, Sacketts, 1 case Cigars, 10 bxs. Sugar, 1 bx. Bitters, 9 coils Manilla Rope, 3 bales Wadding.