The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 13, 1853

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p.2 The Steamer Magnet arrived in port on Sunday afternoon, from Toronto, with a full freight, but few passengers. She left yesterday for Bath, from whence she is to tow the hull of the steamer recently built there to Cape Vincent, where four locomotives are to be shipped on board the latter for Hamilton, the Magnet towing up. The new steamer just mentioned has been purchased by Capt. Donaldson for the Toronto and St. Catherines route, to replace the Mazeppa. She was built at Bath under the superintendence of Mr. Beaupre, and the engine is to be furnished by Mr. Towers, of St. Catherines.

The steamer Traveller, of the Tug Line, proceeded upwards yesterday with 2 locomotives and their tenders.

Cleveland, Dec. 12th - Nine deck hands of the steamer Louisiana, charged by the mate of the Buckeye, were arrested here on Saturday.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 13, 1853