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Quinte (Steamboat), C88242, 1883


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OFFICIAL NUMBER: 88242
Name: QUINTE formerly BEAUHARNOIS
Description: Steamer paddle/wheels
Tons: 178.49 register tonnage: 331 tons gross
When Built: 1871
Where Built: Quebec
Where she belongs: Deseronto
Builders name & date of certificate: Chabot (lubin Chobot)
Description of vessel:
      Masts: None
      Decks: One
      Length: 138 feet
      Breadth: 22 feet 6 inches
      Depth of hold: 7 feet 6 inches
      How Rigged: Not
      Stern : Sharp
      Figure-head: None
      Carvel built of wood
      Engine: One Canadian low pressure engine (no makers name) 30 & 5/8 inches Diameter, 8 foot stroke, 128 H.P.
Vessel transferred to Deseronto from Montreal June 16, 1885, she was number 8 of 1871 at Montreal
Subscribing owners: Edward W. Rathbun of Deseronto of the Deseronto Navigation Co.
NOTATIONS the Steamer QUINTE was burned on the 25 rd. October 1889 about 5 miles from Deseronto on a voyage to Picton. A total loss at 5-50 O'Clock, and 4 lives were lost, Registry closed.
Gross tons 331
Deductions 152.51
Reg. tons 178.49
      Port of Deseronto Shipping Registers
      National Archives, Ottawa
      RG 12, A1, Vol. 223
     


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Newspaper
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ex BEAUHARNOIS
Date of Original:
1883
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Local identifier:
McN.R.1113
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Quinte (Steamboat), C88242, 1883