First Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 139 x 26 -- -345 tons Rebuilt: Wallaceburg, Ontario, Canada in 1870
137x26x11 Owned by Glassford Jones & Co., Montreal 1865; H. McLennan, Montreal 1877. Built by A. Cantin, Montreal 1864. Rebuilt to 139x26x12 by J. E. Wood, Wallaceburg 1870. Used Montreal-Upper Lakes. Damaged by fire 08/11/67 Sarnia, apparently laid up until 1870 rebuilding. Stranded 21/07/70 Lachine Canal, blocked canal for ten days. Wrecked 26/11/72 Nottawasaga Island reef, Georgian Bay, 8 killed.
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