90x17x6 Owned by Toronto & St. Lawrence Navigation Co., 1844; Colcleugh & Greer 1847; J. H. Glassford, Montreal 1849. Built by Niagara Harbour & Dock Co. 1843. Montreal-Lake Ontario "steam schooner" (early screw vessel). One of 3 boats making first transit of new Lachine Canal 19/11/47. Had a fascination for the beach: wrecked early September 1844 Cobourg, beached to save from sinking; wrecked 28/10/44 Port Dalhousie; blown ashore Presqu'ile 13/11/47; wrecked late October 1849 Port Hope, salvaged and laid up there. For sale by underwriters at Port Hope May 1851, probably becoming "Hope"
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