Lilla (Brig), 20 May 1846
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LAUNCH. --- Yesterday at 4 o'clock, the brig LILLA, built at Portsmouth for Messrs. Hunter & Pearson, was launched in the presence of a large number of spectators. The LILLA is strongly built of the best materials, is beautiful in model, and will measure, we believe, 350 tons. This fine vessel is destined for the lake timber trade --- a trade in which Mr. Butler cooly asserts in the House of Commons, we of Upper Canada have no interest !
We should not omit to state that Messrs Collins & Powers were the builders of the LILLA, nor that her rigging has been prepared by Mr. Proby, the latter of whom, by the way, just sent up to Port Credit the rigging for another new vessel of the same dimensions as the LILLA.
The News, Kingston
Thursday, May 21, 1846
Register Number; 3
Description: Schooner -Brigantine
Where she belongs: Kingston
Tons : 182 tons burden
When Built : 1846
Where Built: Hatters Bay, Kingston
Builders Name & Date of Certificate:- Collens Power, 20th. Aug. I846
Description of Vessel-
Length 121 feet & 8/10 ths.
Breadth 23 feet & 5/10ths.
Height of Hold 11 feet & 2 10ths.
Square or Round stern Square
Carvel or Clinker built Carvel
How Rigged: Brigantine
Figure-Head : Scroll figure-head
Decks: One deck, no quarter galleries
Subscribing Owners: Matthew Thomas Hunter & Joseph Pierson
Present Master: Mark Adamson
Matthew T.Hunter & Joseph Pierson transfered ownership of the Brig. LILLA to Delano Dexter Calvin(or Alvin) a Quebec merchant & Charles Elazar Levey also of Quebec
Port of Kingston Ontario
1846 to 1853
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- William R. McNeil
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