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  • Northern (1872)
    Ship       Official No.: 29938; 274x33x16 Owned by Mitchell & Co. Built by Jones, Quiggin & Co., Liverpool England 1865. Engines (2 oscillating) by James Jack & Co., Liverpool. Bought for use Montreal-Pictou. Arrived Quebec 16/7/72 from United Kingdom, laid up until November 1872 when sent to Sydney N. S. to assist ...
    Ship     Official No.: 29938; 274x33x16 Owned by Mitchell & Co. Built by Jones, Quiggin & Co., Liverpool England 1865. Engines (2 oscillating) by James Jack & Co., Liverpool. Bought for use ...
  • St. Dennis (1895)
    Ship       161x26x13 Owned in England, chartered to Boscowitz Steamship Co., Vancouver 1909. Wrecked December 1910 Cape Flattery B. C. en route to Mexico for sale. ; Final Location: Cape Flattery, British Columbia, Canada, Wrecked
    Ship     161x26x13 Owned in England, chartered to Boscowitz Steamship Co., Vancouver 1909. Wrecked December 1910 Cape Flattery B. C. en route to Mexico for sale. ; Final Location: Cape Flattery, British ...
  • St. George (1832)
    Ship       Previous Registration: British (1842) Later Registration: Newfoundland (1850) 135x20x12 Owned by P. E. I. Steam Navigation Co. Engine by Fawcett Preston & Co., Liverpool England. Used Pictou-Charlottetown-Miramichi 1842-45; Quebec-Saguenay 1846-49; Newfoundland coastal services from 1850. Arrived Charlottetown from Liverpool 14/08/42. "We understand that the seagoing steamer "St. George", which has ...
    Ship     Previous Registration: British (1842) Later Registration: Newfoundland (1850) 135x20x12 Owned by P. E. I. Steam Navigation Co. Engine by Fawcett Preston & Co., Liverpool England. Used Pictou-Charlottetown-Miramichi 1842-45; Quebec-Saguenay 1846-49; ...
  • Secret (1864)
    Ship       Official No.: 51024; Previous Registration: British (1867) 231x26x11 Owned by Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship Co. Built as blockade runner, first steamer of Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship Co. May 1867. Rammed and sank "Lake St. Louis" 08/08/67 Lake St. Louis. Engines unreliable at first, replaced 1871; details lacking. Used ...
    Ship     Official No.: 51024; Previous Registration: British (1867) 231x26x11 Owned by Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship Co. Built as blockade runner, first steamer of Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship Co. May ...
  • Southern (1865)
    Ship       Official No.: 29937; 274x33x16 Owned by Mitchell Line. Built by Jones Quiggin & Co. Liverpool England 1865. Engine by James Jack & Co., Liverpool. Used Montreal-Pictou N. S. Sank in collision about 09/11/72 Sydney N. S., raised.
    Ship     Official No.: 29937; 274x33x16 Owned by Mitchell Line. Built by Jones Quiggin & Co. Liverpool England 1865. Engine by James Jack & Co., Liverpool. Used Montreal-Pictou N. S. Sank in ...
  • Kinross (1877)
    Ship       Official No.: 76548; 243x37x22 Owned by Kinross Co., Vancouver. Built by Potter, Liverpool England 1877.
    Ship     Official No.: 76548; 243x37x22 Owned by Kinross Co., Vancouver. Built by Potter, Liverpool England 1877.
  • Cacouna (1884)
    Ship       Official No.: 87993; 250x35x16 Owned by Black Diamond Steamship Co. 1886; Dominion Coal Co. 1895, 1901. Built by Wigham Richardson & Co., Liverpool England 1884. Engine 30-58x36 by builders. Wrecked 26/09/14 Ferryland Head, Nfld. ; Final Location: Ferryland Head, Newfoundland, Wrecked
    Ship     Official No.: 87993; 250x35x16 Owned by Black Diamond Steamship Co. 1886; Dominion Coal Co. 1895, 1901. Built by Wigham Richardson & Co., Liverpool England 1884. Engine 30-58x36 by builders. Wrecked ...
  • Fideliter (1859)
    Ship       120x18x9 Owned in England, chartered by Vancouver Island Coal Mining & Land Co. Built Liverpool, England 1859. Engine 17x36 (oscillating), replaced 1866 by 28x30 (oscillating), makers unknown. Used B.C. coast (various services) 1864-68. Sailed out from United Kingdom, arriving Esquimalt 07/03/64 after 175 days. Rammed and sunk by "Alexander" 19/06/65, ...
    Ship     120x18x9 Owned in England, chartered by Vancouver Island Coal Mining & Land Co. Built Liverpool, England 1859. Engine 17x36 (oscillating), replaced 1866 by 28x30 (oscillating), makers unknown. Used B.C. coast ...
  • Braving the Briny: Schooner Days LI (51)
    NewspaperText  Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 11 Jun 1932     Braving the Briny Schooner Days LI (51)

    This world is getting smaller and smaller. Only last month we had the steamer Grenland, of Skien, Norway, at Hamilton, with coal, seventeen days out from Wales, and clearing for Detroit, to load pitch for ...

    NewspaperText  Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 11 Jun 1932   Braving the Briny Schooner Days LI (51)

    This world is getting smaller and smaller. Only last month we had the steamer Grenland, of Skien, Norway, at Hamilton, with coal, seventeen ...

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