|Wednesday, July 28, 1852||The Examiner (Toronto)||Page 3, col. 4|
Black Rock Ferry.—At the recent letting of the ferry over the Niagara River on the Canada side, the lease for seven years was secured by the Buffalo and Brantford Railroad Company. There are some other liberal privileges attached to it hot heretofore enjoyed, such as the extension of the place of crossing up to near Fort Erie. Our citizens and those of Canada have reason to rejoice that the Ferry has fallen into different hands from those who formerly controlled it.—Buffalo Commercial.
Railways: B. & B.Ry.