Osprey (Propeller), C85499, 1892
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Stean screw OSPREY. * Official Canadian No. 85499. Of 39.33 tons gross; 25.56 tons reg. Built at Meaford, Ont. in 1886 by Alfred Morrill of Collingwood. 66.0 x 14.0 x 6.7 . One deck, round stern, built of wood, no masts. Owned by the Muskoka Mills & Lumber Co. to 1892 then sold to James Playfair, of Midland. AS high pressure engine made in 1877 by Pound Manufacruring Co., of Lockport, N.Y. 12" diameter 16" stroke and 13 horse power.
* Former name HIAWATHA. [Name changed June 20, 1892.]
NOTATIONS. -- Vessel burnt near Christian Island Dec. 1897.
Register closed Jan. 9, 1899
Port of Toronto Shipping Register
National Archives, Ottawa. R G. 12 A 1, Vol. 453
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- William R. McNeil
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