Approx. 80x13x4 Owned by A. Hitchcock, Kingston. Engine by G. W. Yarker, Kingston: "To be given one of Mr. Avery's patent rotary engines built by Yarker's Foundry at Kingston" (Montreal "Gazette", referring to Avery of Syracuse, N.Y.). Was to have been Wolfe Island ferry but engine was long delayed, used Kingston-Napanee instead. "Neatly constructed little steamer" (Kingston "Chronicle"). Laid up and advertised for sale 1838 but "the little puffer" destroyed by fire 13/06/40 Kingston. Noting official on this one.
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