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Malakoff (Steamboat), C33446, 1856


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Side wheel steamer NORTH AMERICA.* Official Canada No. 33446, Of 181 tons gross. Built at Montreal, Que., in 1842. 172 x 28 x 10.
      * Renamed MALAKOFF - Canada - 1856 [ Disposition - Wrecked near Goderich, Ont. Nov. 1857
      Preliminary List of Canadian Merchant Steamships
      Inland and Coastal, 1809 to 1930. World Ship Society
     
     
     

      Official Number Port Number 18 of 1842
Name. NORTH AMERICA
Type Propelled by steam
Port. Montreal
Tonnage 181.10 Tons Burthen
When built 1842
Where built Montreal
Builders name & date of certificate: Edward D. Merritt. April 27, 1842
Date of registration at port of Montreal: May 10, 1842
Description of vessel:- Surveyor, James Mills
Length 171 feet & eight tenths
Breadth. 27 feet & nine tenths at midships
Height between decks 9 feet & seven tenths
or Depth of hold

Decks One
Masts None
Bowsprit None
Stern. Pink ?
Figure-head None
Hew rigged Not Carvel built
Masters name Charles L. Armstrong
Admeasured.. Aground per 3 & 4 Will.4 - Cap.55 = 451.18 Tons
Length of engine-room. 58 feet
Tonnage of engine-room. 196 tons
Subscribing owners:- William & George Tait of Montreal, transferred to Gilmour Company of Montreal and Great Britain
dated November 2, 1842
Registers Notes:- Cancelled -Registered De Nova see No. 5, of 1848
      Port of Montreal Shipping Register
      No. 18 of 1842
      National Archives, Ottawa
     

     
     
      Official Number Port Number 5 of 1848
Name. NORTH AMERICA
Type Propelled by steam
Port. Montreal
Tonnage 181.10 Tons Burthen
When built 1842
Where built Montreal
Builders name & date of certificate: May 10,1842 (previous)
Date of registration at port of Montreal: March 31,1848
Description of vessel:- Surveyor, James Mills
Length 171 feet & eight tenths
Breadth. 27 feet & nine tenths at midships
Height between decks 9 feet & seven tenths
or Depth of hold

Decks One
Masts None
Bowsprit None
Stern. Pink Sterned
Figure-head None
Hew rigged Not Carvel built
Masters name Charles L. Armstrong
Admeasured.. Afloat per 3 & 4 Will.4 - Cap.55 = 451 Tons
Length of engine-room. 58 feet
Tonnage of engine-room. 196 tons
Subscribing owners:- Allen Gilmour of Montreal. Sold to the Harbour Commission of Montreal dated March 8,1853
Registers Notes:- Cancelled -Registered De Nova see I of 1853
      Port of Montreal Shipping Register
      No. 5 of 1848
      National Archives, Ottawa
     


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ex NORTH AMERICA
Date of Original:
1856
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Local identifier:
McN.R.4429
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Malakoff (Steamboat), C33446, 1856