175x27x9 Owned by Hatheway & Small, Saint John N. B.; to Yarmouth & Boston Steamship Co. 1871. Built by J. & J. W. Olive, Carleton N. B. and launched about 05/01/57. Engine(s) 48x108 (maker unknown). Built to run St. John-Portland Maine but owing to opposition from U.S. shipowners was used on several different routes at various times until finally used Yarmouth-Portland 1871. U.S. Government Civil War transport 1863-65. Wrecked 28/054/72 Seal Rocks, Maine; wreck sold to "Capt. Gundford", Portland.
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