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  • Neptune (1827)
        Approx. 118x22. Owned by H. Dickinson. Built by A. Young, Coteau du Lac Que. 1827. Engine by J. D. Ward, Montreal. Additional cabins on deck added 1832. Never registered.
      Approx. 118x22. Owned by H. Dickinson. Built by A. Young, Coteau du ...
  • Water Lily (Propeller), aground, 1 May 1897
        Reason: aground Lives: nil Freight: grain Remarks: Got off ...
      Reason: aground Lives: nil Freight: grain Remarks: Got off ...
  • Corinthian (Steamboat), fire, 20 Sep 1892
        Reason: fire Lives: nil Remarks: Total loss ...
      Reason: fire Lives: nil Remarks: Total loss ...
  • Cornwall (1823)
        Owned by H. Dickinson. Dimensions uncertain. Built 1823, probably at Coteau Que. First advertisement appeared 25/06/23. Used Coteau-Cornwall. Ran rapids 17/04/28 to Lachine, used there thereafter. Very little known.
      Owned by H. Dickinson. Dimensions uncertain. Built 1823, probably at Coteau Que. ...
  • Chateauguay (1832)
        Dimensions unknown. Built for H. Dickinson & Co., to J. DeWitt 1834. Built by A. Young, Coteau du Lac, Que. and launched 21/04/32. Engine from "Cornwall". Ferry. Boiler exploded 20/11/41 Châteauguay, Que. "The wretched and unsafe condition of the boat has for a long time been the subject of loud ...
      Dimensions unknown. Built for H. Dickinson & Co., to J. DeWitt 1834. ...
  • Henry Brougham (1832)
        Other Names: Chieftain (1839); 133x18x8 Owned by H. Dickinson; to Calvin & Breck 1849. Built by A. Young, Coteau du Lac Que. 1832. Engine(s) by J. D. Ward, Montreal. Used on Upper St. Lawrence, towboat after 1850. Ran rapids as soon as built, engine installed at Lachine. Additional cabins 1834; ...
      Other Names: Chieftain (1839); 133x18x8 Owned by H. Dickinson; to Calvin & ...
  • Highlander (1840)
        Approx. 180x24. Owned by Macpherson & Crane, Montreal; J. Hamilton, Kingston 1842. Built by Hale, Coteau du Lac Que. 1840. Engines (2) by Ward & Brush, Montreal. 132" stroke, to second "Highlander". Upper St. Lawrence mail steamer. First vessel through new Cornwall Canal about 28/11/42. Stranded late November 1843 Lancaster ...
      Approx. 180x24. Owned by Macpherson & Crane, Montreal; J. Hamilton, Kingston 1842. ...
  • Walter B. Reynolds (Propeller), collision, 13 Aug 1930
        Reason: collision Remarks: Uninjured ...
      Reason: collision Remarks: Uninjured ...
  • Myra (Propeller), sunk by collision, 13 Aug 1930
        Reason: sunk by collision Remarks: Total Loss ...
      Reason: sunk by collision Remarks: Total Loss ...
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