The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
St. Patrick (1832)


Year of Build:
1832
Construction and Ownership
Built at:
Quebec, Quebec
Power
Power:
Mechanical
Propulsion:
Sidewheel
Final Disposition
How:
Retired
History

151x27x11 Owned by Thomson & Caldwell, Quebec; to J. Gibbs et al. 1835. Built by G. Black, Quebec and launched 05/05/32. Had 3 engines: 2 from "New Swiftsure", 1 from "New Lauzon". Intended "for immigrant trade": had no cabins and only 24 berths. First press references (before completion) name her "Emigrant". To be expanded late 1833 by building cabins on deck and opening windows below. "Bought off" by other Montreal-Quebec operators, laid up 1835 and 1836, no further reference found. Note: Two "St. Patrick's" under construction simultaneously; the other became "Canada" (#0781).

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St. Patrick (1832)