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Crescent (Steamboat), C33445, 1849


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LADY COLBORNE; CRESCENT (1850) Official Canada No. 33445. Built Montreal, Que., 1839. of about 170 tons gross, and 173 x 20 x 10. Rebuilt Montreal, Que., 1849, of about 72 tons gross and 172 x 23 x 8 and renamed CRESCENT. DISPOSITION:-- Scrapped 1871
      Preliminary List of Canadian Merchant Steamships
      Inland & Coastal, 1809 to 1930. World Ship Society
     


      Of'ficial Number ---- Port Number I of l840
Name LADY COLBORNE
Type Propelled by steam
Por Montreal
Tonnage 216.32
When built 1839
Where built Montreal
Builders name & date of' certif'icate:- Edward D. Merritt, April lOth 1840
Registered at the Port of Montreal, April l8, I840
Description of vessel:- Surveyor, J. Mills
Length l72 f'eet & nine tenths aloft
Breadth 20 feet & three tenths at midship
Depth of hold 9 f'eet & eight tenths at midships
Decks One
Masts None
Bowsprit None
Stern Square
Filgure-head a female figure
How rigged Not
Masters name George Tait
Admeasured . . . Aground, under the act.314 Wm.4 l6 l8 =4l5.73
Length of engine-room 37 feet & nine tenths
Tonnage of engine-room 101 tons
Subscribing owners:-William & George Tait, Carpenters of Montreal Joint owners sold to David Gilmour dated Feb.24, l841
as owner of' 32 shares and Louis M.Viger of same date. Deed of discharge and cancellation dated March l5, l848
Registers Notes:- CANCELLED Registered De Nova see 15 of l848
      Port of Montreal, Port Registers, 1832 to 1850
      National Archives, Ottawa. Reel No. C-2465
     
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      Official Number ------ Port Number 15 of 1848
Name LADY COLBORNE
Type. Propelled by steam
Port Montreal
Tomnage 170·32 Tons Burthen
When built. 1839
Where built Montreal
Builders name & date of certificate:- April 18,1840
Date of registration at port of Montreal:- July 17,1848
Description of vessel:- Surveyor, James Mills
Length 172 feet & nine tenths
Breadth 20 feet & three tenths at midships
Height between decks 9 feet & eight tenths
or Depth of hold
Decks. One
Masts One
Bowsprit None
Stern Square
Figure-head None
How rigged Not Carvel built
Masters name George Tate
Aameasured.Afloat- per 3 & 4 W1LL.1V: Cap:55 = 415·73 Tons
Length of engine-room 51 feet
Tonnage of engine-room 147 Tons
Subscribing owners:- Charles Tate of Montreal owner of the 64 shares
Registers Notes:* Cancelled- Written Off-Vessel Broken-up Register not delivered up-Jan.1853
      Port of Montreal, Port Registers, 1845 to 1850
      National Archives, Ottawa. Reel No. C-2465
     
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      Official Number, 33445 Port Number 18 of 1850
Name CRESCENT
Type Propelled with two paddle wheels
Port Montreal
Tonnage 72·79 tons Burthen
When built 1849
Where built Montreal
Builders name & date o.f certificate:- Ed. D. Merritt, May 13,1850
Date of registration at port of Montreal :- June 3,1850
Description of vessel:- Surveyor, James Mills
Length 172 feet & three tenths
Breadth 22 feet & five tenths,amidships
Height between decks 7 feet & seven tenths
or Depth of hold
Decks One
Masts None
Bowsprit None
Stern Round
Figure-head None
How rigged Not Carvel built
Present master George Tate
Admeasured:- Afloat
Length of engine-room 82.feet
Tonnage of engine-room 150 tons
Subscribing Owners:- Charles Tate of Montreal sole owner
Registers Notes:- Cancelled
      Port of Montreal, Port Registers, 1845 to 1850
      National Archives, Ottawa. Reel No. C-2465


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Newspaper
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Notes:
ex LADY VOLBORNE,
Date of Original:
1849
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Local identifier:
McN.R.1657
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Crescent (Steamboat), C33445, 1849