130x14x8 Owned by T. Pickard; to Hatheway & Small 1849. Built by B. Tibbetts, St. Mary's (Fredericton) N. B. and launched 03/05/45. Engine 17-32x57 by builder, to "Antelope". Claimed to be world's first compound engine: had "high and low pressure principles combined". "There is now no longer any doubt that the new principle discovered by Mr. Tibbets has completely succeeded" (Fredericton "Headquarters"). Used on St. John River. Larger cabins, new upper deck saloon 1849. Wrecked 30/05/60 near mouth of Eel River.
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