The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Montreal (Barge), 1860


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Port Number: 197 Year Number: 15 of 1868
Name: MONTREAL ex steamer CHARLOTTE
Description: Barge Tons : 151
When built: about 1844 and converted into a barge about 1860
Where built: Kingston, converted to barge at Montreal
Present Master:
Builders name & date of certificate: John McPherson at Kingston
Description of vessel:
      Length: 106 feet & 6/IOths.
      Breadth: 17 feet & 4/lOths.
      Depth of hold: 7 feet & 5/lOths. at amidships
      Masts: None
      Stern: Elliptick stern
      Bowsprit: None
      How built: Carvel
      How rigged: Not
      Figure-head: None
      Decks: One
Subscribing owners: A. Gurney & John Glidden sold to James Richardson of Kingston dated Jan. 4, 1869
Notations. --
Length inside at half amidships depth = 105 feet
Breadth inside amidships at 2/5 ths. = 15 feet & 5/lOths,
      Port of Kingston Shipping Registers
      1846 to 1874
     


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Newspaper
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Notes:
ex Stmr. CHARLOTTE
Date of Original:
1860
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
McN.R.1110
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Montreal (Barge), 1860