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  • Water Witch (1836)
    Ship       ..., Kingston N. B. 1836. Saint John River night boat. "This boat has been fitted up...
    Ship     ..., Kingston N. B. 1836. Saint John River night boat. "This boat has been fitted up...
  • Unicorn (1836)
    Ship       Previous Registration: British (1845) Later Registration: California, U.S.A. (1849) 163x24x7 Owned by S. Cunard, Halifax 1840; J. Whitney, Saint John N. B. 1845; to Pacific Mail Steamship Co. 1850. Used Quebec-Pictou-Halifax, feeder to Cunard transatlantic steamers; Halifax-Newfoundland 1845-48; San Francisco-Panama 1850's. Left Halifax 01/02/49, arrived San Francisco 31/10/49.
    Ship     Previous Registration: British (1845) Later Registration: California, U.S.A. (1849) 163x24x7 Owned by S. Cunard, Halifax 1840; J. Whitney, Saint John N. B. 1845; to Pacific Mail Steamship Co. 1850. Used ...
  • Tay (1836)
    Ship       Other Names: Endeavour (1837); Approx. 72x20 Owned by Weatherhead & Moorhouse; to Bytown Mutual Forwarding Co. 1837. Towboat, designed to be able to use Tay branch canal to Perth. "Her paddle boxes are so constructed as to permit her to pass beneath the bridge on the Grenville Canal" (Kingston "Whig"). ...
    Ship     Other Names: Endeavour (1837); Approx. 72x20 Owned by Weatherhead & Moorhouse; to Bytown Mutual Forwarding Co. 1837. Towboat, designed to be able to use Tay branch canal to Perth. "Her ...
  • Princess Victoria (1836)
    Ship       First Rebuild: Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 170 x 20 -- -171 tons Rebuilt: Kingston, Ontario, Canada in 1851 170x20x10. Owned by Champlain & St. Lawrence Railway; to J. Munn, Quebec 1845,1850; A. H. Murphy 1858. Built by Shea & Merritt, Montreal and launched 12/05/36. Engines 120" stroke by Ward Bros., Montreal. ...
    Ship     First Rebuild: Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 170 x 20 -- -171 tons Rebuilt: Kingston, Ontario, Canada in 1851 170x20x10. Owned by Champlain & St. Lawrence Railway; to J. Munn, Quebec 1845,1850; ...
  • Indian Chief (1836)
    Ship       Approx. 93x27 Owned by A. Thompson. Ran on Grand River, Dunnville to Indian Village (2 miles below Brantford). Nothing official here.
    Ship     Approx. 93x27 Owned by A. Thompson. Ran on Grand River, Dunnville to Indian Village (2 miles below Brantford). Nothing official here.
  • Haldimand (1836)
    Ship       ...Other Names: Princess Victoria (1836); Later Registration: U.S.A...
    Ship     ...Other Names: Princess Victoria (1836); Later Registration: U.S.A...
  • George Buchanan (1836)
    Ship       .... Approx. 77x27x7 Owned by G. Buchanan, Arnprior 1836; D. Cowley & W...
    Ship     .... Approx. 77x27x7 Owned by G. Buchanan, Arnprior 1836; D. Cowley & W...
  • Fredericton (1836)
    Ship       110x19x8 Owned by Ward & Johnston. Built by W. & I. Lawton, Portland N. B. and launched 14/05/36. Engine from "Magnet", to "St. George", details lacking. Saint John River night boat.
    Ship     110x19x8 Owned by Ward & Johnston. Built by W. & I. Lawton, Portland N. B. and launched 14/05/36. Engine from "Magnet", to "St. George", details lacking. Saint John River night ...
  • Cataraqui (1836)
    Ship       105x28 approx. Owned by Ottawa & Rideau Forwarding Co. Built by Shea, Kingston and launched 07/05/36. Engine from "Thomas McKay". Used Kingston-Ottawa-Grenville via Rideau Canal, occasionally Kingston-Prescott. Destroyed by fire 17/04/40 Kingston. ; Final Location: Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
    Ship     105x28 approx. Owned by Ottawa & Rideau Forwarding Co. Built by Shea, Kingston and launched 07/05/36. Engine from "Thomas McKay". Used Kingston-Ottawa-Grenville via Rideau Canal, occasionally Kingston-Prescott. Destroyed by fire ...
  • Bytown (1836)
    Ship       ... and launched early May, 1836. Primarily lumber towboat below Montreal....
    Ship     ... and launched early May, 1836. Primarily lumber towboat below Montreal....
  • Burlington (1836)
    Ship       Dimensions unknown. Owned by "Col. Chisholm" 1837; D. Bethune, Toronto 1840; Jones, Hooker & Henderson 1841. Launched 10/07/36. Engine by Niagara Harbour & Dock Co. Never registered. Destroyed by fire 27/03/41 Toronto, converted to barge "Scotland". ; Final Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
    Ship     Dimensions unknown. Owned by "Col. Chisholm" 1837; D. Bethune, Toronto 1840; Jones, Hooker & Henderson 1841. Launched 10/07/36. Engine by Niagara Harbour & Dock Co. Never registered. Destroyed by fire ...
  • Brooklyn (1836)
    Ship       Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1853) 150x22x8 Owned by Cudlip & Snyder, Saint John N. B. Towboat.
    Ship     Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1853) 150x22x8 Owned by Cudlip & Snyder, Saint John N. B. Towboat.
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