The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 7, 1852

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p.2 The Spectator says that the damage done to the Magnet has been variously estimated at from £500 to £1000. She is now hauled out at Niagara, and will be repaired with the least possible delay. We understand that Captain Sutherland hopes to be on the route again next Thursday.

The limits of Port Dalhousie have been altered, and declared by Proclamation to extend southward from Lake Ontario to Port Robinson, inclusively, and laterally, ten miles east, and ten miles west, from Port Dalhousie harbor, at the termination of the Welland Canal. A Custom House has also been established at St. Catharines, which is included within the limits of Port Dalhousie.

Progress of Port Hope - ...The Commissioners intend laying out a considerable sum in repairs upon the harbor preparatory to making it a harbor of refuge. [Watchman]

The through-line steamer Mayflower reached Montreal on Sunday last, the first arrival at that port from Lake Ontario.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 7, 1852