First Rebuild: Official Number: 33445 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 172 x 23 Rebuilt: in 1849
173x20x10 (width over paddle boxes 39') Owned by G. Tate, Montreal 1840, 1855; J. Glassford, Montreal 1858. Built by Shea & Merritt, Montreal and launched 18/05/39. First engine 10x120 by Molson's Foundry, Montreal. Replaced 1855 with new engine, same dimensions, maker unknown. Used below Montreal until 1852, then Upper St. Lawrence and Bay of Quinte. Sunk in collision with "Lord Sydenham" 13/10/41 Lake St. Francis. Carried Charles Dickens Montreal-Quebec and return May 1842. Hull for sale "as is" at Montreal 1859: "Could be a barge or pontoon".
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