The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Sep 22, 1856

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THE MONARCH - We notice the arrival on Saturday in our harbor of a new steamer, built this season at Sorel, by D. & G. McCarthy, ship builders, and owned by A. & D. Shaw & Co. Her name is the MONARCH, and she is commanded and partly owned by Capt. A. Sinclair, favorably known on the BOSTON. Her dimensions are: Length 180 feet, beam 28 feet, hold 10 ½ feet, engine 130 horse power, stroke 11 feet, cylinder 46 inches, capacity 270 tons, or 3,000 bbls, which leaves accommodation for 70 cabin passengers when complete. Her route is from Hamilton, Toronto, and Montreal. - Toronto Globe.

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Dave Swayze
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Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Sep 22, 1856