Prince Edward (Steamboat), 16 Nov 1844
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AUCTION SALE OF THE STEAMBOAT " P R I N C E E D W A R D "
This well appointed and fast running vessel, nearly new, and well calculated
for either the Bay, River or lake Trade, will be sold by Public Auction, at the
Court House in the town of Kingston, on Saturday the 16th November inst.
The News, Kingston
Thursday, November 7, 1844
Register Number 9
Name CITY OF KINGSTON ex PRINCE EDWARD
Where she belongs: Kingston
Tons: 150 tons burden
Present Master: Gilpin
When Built: 1841
Where Built: Garden Island,
Builders Name & date of Certificate, Delano Dexter Calvin & Herman Cook
December 9th. 1847
Description of Vessel-
Length: 122 feet & 7/10th.
Breadth: 15 feet & 5/10th.
Depth in Hold: 8 feet & 9/10th.
Square or round sterned: square
Carvel or Clinker Built: Carvel
How rigged: not
Standing or Running Bowsprit : nil
Decks: one , no quarter galleries
Engine Room: 58 feet & 8/10th. 86 tons.
Subscribing Owners: Henry Gildersleeve of the City of Kingston, sole owner,
Kingston Shipping Register, 1846 to 1874
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- William R. McNeil
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