First Rebuild: Official Number: 33449 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 187 x 18 -- 101 tons Rebuilt: in 1855
167x18x8 (width over paddle boxes 39') First owner uncertain; sold to "Saint John N. B. parties" 1848; to J. Munn, Quebec 1849; Glassford & Walker, Montreal 1853. Built by P. Brunel, Quebec and launched 08/05/45. Engines (2) 40x120, one from "Charlevoix", other new by Clarke & Co. Built for Montreal-Quebec. Arrived Saint John N. B. 15/06/48, left again 06/06/49. Used Quebec-Saguenay/Riviere du Loup 1849-53; upper St. Lawrence to 1858, Montreal towboat afterwards. New upper dining saloon and staterooms 1852. Damaged in collision with "Quebec" 29/07/46 Trois Rivières. Damaged by fire 25/06/48 Fredericton N. B. on first trip on Saint John River.
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