The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
City of London (Propeller), 12 Jul 1875

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The wreck of the stm. CITY OF LONDON, which last summer was burned at Collingwood and subsequently sold to Smith & Wyatt of Toronto, has been raised and taken to Owen Sound, where it will be rebuilt. A company has been formed at the latter place for the establishement of a drydock and ship yard, and they will be ready for business in a short time.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      November 7, 1874 3-5

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The new Canadian prop. CITY OF OWEN SOUND has arrived at Chicago. She is well and substantially built, and is designed only for freight, her cabin accommodations being only limited . She is 183 ft. in length, has 32 ft. beam, about 13 1/2 ft. hold, and a gross tonnage of 898. her engine and boiler are those formerly in the CITY OF LONDON, the latter boat being destroyed by fre last season. The new craft carries 2 masts. Capt. Taylor, who sailed the schr. ANNIE MULVEY for several years, is in command.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      July 12, 1875 3-5

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William R. McNeil
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City of London (Propeller), 12 Jul 1875