Prefabricated Clyde River, Scotland; assembled Kingston.
1846, Nov 5 Launched; ran Kingston, ONT to Montreal, QUE.
1849, Jun 27 Grounded opposite Lancaster, ONT; live steam accidently scalded 44 passengers, killing 13.
1849, Aug 17 Admeasured Montreal; 1 deck; 184 1786/3500 tons; sloop rigged; registered Kingston.
1850 Ran Hamilton, Toronto & Montreal with COMET & NEW ERA.
1854 Ran Hamilton to Kingston with MAGNET, ARABIAN & later KINGSTON.
1859 Woodwork renewed; new boilers.
1861, Mar 12 Owned Douglas Prentiss, Clark Hamilton & Alex Campbell, Kingston.
1861, Jun 26 Owned Canada Inland Steam Navigation Co.
1863, Sep 17 Aground near Coteau du Lac, QUE.
1863, Nov 1 Sank Kingston Harbor with 100 tons cargo.
1868 Large repairs.
1875 Owned Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co.
1877, May Readmeasured; 1033.85 gross/592.57 net tons.
1898, Jun Renamed CASPIAN; C112142.
1898, Jul 7 Stranded Twin Islands opposite Thousand Island Park; subsequently repaired & modernized sorel; feathering wheels; 177.6 x 25 x 6.7'.
1899 Owned Lake Ontario & Bay of Quinte Steam Boat Co; ran Kingston to Thousand Islands.
1902 Reengined; 42 x 120" horizontal condensing engine by Pontbriand Works, Sorel.
1910 Ran Desoronto, Kingston & Charlotte, NY.
1913 Owned Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co., Kingston; ran with NORTH KING & NORSEMAN.
1915, Feb Owned Canada Steamship Lines.
1921 Owned A.A. Larocque, Montreal; dismantled; feathering wheels to DUTCHESS OF YORK (1895).
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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