First Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 99 x 19 -- 91 tons Rebuilt: Kingston, Ontario, Canada in 1873
92x20x4 Owned by Fraser & George, Kingston 1869; to H. Harris, Kemptville 1873; J. Neville, Nepean Ont. 1877; Capt. Lafreniere 1878. Built by R. Friel, Dog Lake (near Battersea) Ont. 1869. Engine by Kingston Foundry. Steam Barge. Sank 09/09/72 near Cape Vincent, N.Y., raised, rebuilt by Kingston Marine Railway. Badly damaged by fire 17/06/73 Newboro, rebuilt. Frozen in about 12/11/78 between Merrickville and Smiths Falls. Destroyed by fire 18/08/79 near Merrickville when lumber cargo ignited by sparks from stack.
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