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Hebe (Schooner), 2 Mar 1855


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SCHOONER FOR SALE
      The schooner " HEBE " 300 tons burthen, with sails, rigging, &c.
      Apply to: Hutchinson & Co.
      Toronto Globe
      March 2, 1855




Official Number ------
Name HEBE Number 5 of 1842
Type. Schooner
Port Montreal
Tons 204 tons burthen
When Built 1841
Where Built William Henry, Canada
Builders name &. date of Certificate:- Thomas Boyd, Feb. 19, 1842
Description of vessel :- Surveyor, James Mills

Length 107 feet
Breadth 19 feet &. seven tenths at midships
Height between decks 10 feet &. four tenths

Decks, One
Masts. Three
Bowsprit Standing
Stern Square
Figure-head Without
How rigged Schooner Carvel built
Masters name Henry Hart
Admeasured Afloat-per 3 &. 4 Will.4:Cap:55= 242·20 Tons
Subscribing 0wners: Montreal Tow Boat Company sold to R. Harrison of Quebec datea Oct. 17, 1853 who transferred by bill of sale to Provincial Insurance Co. of Toronto dated Sept. 14, 1854, who transferred the entire 64 shares to John Hutchison of Toronto, this dated March 14, 1854

Registered at the Port of Montreal April 27,1842
REGISTERS NOTES:- CANCELLED ( no date)

Research note:- "William Henry" was the early name for 'Sorel' P.Q.
      Port of Montreal Shipping Register
      1832 to 1850 Vol. 175
      National Archives, Canada
      Microfilm Reel #c-2465
     


------ HEBE. Built Sorel 1840. Home port, Toronto. Classed AE. Present master, Fellowes. REMARKS:- Old barge schooner - Refastened.
      Register of British Shipping
      Inland Waters, 1854


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for sale
Date of Original:
1855
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McN.E.7110
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Hebe (Schooner), 2 Mar 1855