133x18x8 Owned by H. Dickinson; to Calvin & Breck 1849. Built by A. Young, Coteau du Lac Que. 1832. Engine(s) by J. D. Ward, Montreal. Used on Upper St. Lawrence, towboat after 1850. Ran rapids as soon as built, engine installed at Lachine. Additional cabins 1834; false sides added 1837 to improve stability. Captured and burnt by rebels 03/11/38 Beauharnois Que.; raised, rebuilt and renamed. Last used c1863.
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