large to Stbaii Boat. J. A. Scott, Esq. is en gaged in laying the keel of a steam Freight Boat, destined to ply between this plice and Buffalo. She will be about one hundred and forty feet in length of keel, and is intended to carry about three hundred and fifty tons It is intended to have her completed and fit for running, before the close of the present season. Steamboat Mazbi'Pa. Tuis tine little boat is now undergoing retne material repairs at Pcrrysburg, preparatory to commencing her regulir trips between this port and Detroit She is to be ready for business in eight or ten days. Tin Schooner John IIoli.isteb, has been heard from to-day. She lies scuttled and sunk to the water's edge,' about 10 miles below Fairport, perfectly safe in six feet water, We understand that it is intended by the proprietors, to run the Steamboat Phenome non between this pi ice and Manhattan, the ensuing season. Tho Phenomenon has been fitted up during the past winter, and the Dowerof her enirine has been increased. An arrangement of this kind will be very conven ient for the public, as well as beneficial to the proprietors. Newspapers.