First Rebuild: Official Number: 75660 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 147 x 26 -- 512 tons Rebuilt: Kingston, Ontario, Canada in 1881
147x26x10 Owned by J. Wilson, Quebec 1877; to Cornell & Walmsley, Toronto 1881, 1886. Built by J. Wilson, Quebec 1877. Engine 42x120 (maker unknown, made 1854). Built as towboat, rebuilt for passengers by Powers, Kingston 1881. Very unstable afterwards, had to be heavily ballasted. False sides added Toronto 1882. New staterooms on promenade deck, bigger upper cabin 1884. Excursions etc. from Toronto after rebuilding. Last used 1889. Reported broken up early 1893, but "ramshackle old hulk now doing duty as a boathouse at Princess St. wharf [Toronto]" (Toronto "World" 1895).
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