125x16x9 Owned by J. Lockhart; to D. Bethune, Cobourg 1840, other owners later. Built by Niagara Harbour & Dock Co. and launched 22/04/39. Used on Lake Ontario, moved to Lake Huron 1845. Bow and stern had to be amputated to transit Welland Canal, reassembled Dunnville Ont. Special cruises Sturgeon Bay Ont. to Sault Ste. Marie scheduled for 22/07/45 and 12/08/45; only two passengers on first, second cancelled. Caught by freeze-up November 1849 Christian Island, Georgian Bay with army detachment aboard; four said killed by cold.
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