1848 Built at Montreal, Quebec by A. Canton
1853, April In Royal Mail Line between Montreal & Kingston - passenger
& freight service
1853, August 15 Beached in Saint Lawrence River; repaired
1854 Owned by Torrence & Company, Montreal; hauled railroad iron to
Milwaukee in May
1855, July Loaded with flour, collided with steamer TIBBETT near
Brockville, Ontario, Sant Lawrence River; sank in 30 feet
water; raised & repaired
1860 Owned Hooker, Jacques & Company, Montreal
1881 Large repairs
1863 Owned Jacques, Tracey & Company, Montreal
1864 Owned Glassford, Jones & Company, Montreal; river tug
Owned Jacques, Tracey & Company
1866 Owned Glassford, Jones & Company
1869 Inspected at Hamilton, Ontario, 264 gross tons
Inspected at Kingston, 227 gross tons; owned Bay of Quinte
1879 Owners listed as Glassford, Jones & Company, Montreal; dimensions
105.7 x 23.3 x 8.1', 226 gross tons
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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