First Rebuild: Official Number: 41596 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 199 x 34 -- 503 tons Rebuilt: Quebec, Quebec, Canada in 1858
201x27x11 Owned by Edmondstone Allan & Symes 1843; to J. Wilson, Quebec 1861. Built by E. D. Merritt, Montreal 1843. Engines (2) 44x120 by Ward & Brush, Montreal. Operated under other owners' names at times, e. g. Peoples Line, St. Lawrence Towboat Co. Towboat Montreal-Quebec. Occasional trips to Chicoutimi and Pictou N. S. Rammed and sank "Princess Royal" Grondines Que. 31/08/54. Sold to, New York. parties 06/63 for Civil War service. Damaged by fire Shediac N. B. 11/10/63 en route Nassau: caused by drunken mate. Wrecked LaHave N. S. 08/04/64 en route to be blockade runner. Engines to be salvaged and used in two new boats.
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