1839, Apr 22 Launched
1839, June First trials (failed)
1839, Jul 16 second trial
1839, July 18: went into service
1840, August broke a shaft
1840, Nov on route, Toronto, Cobourg, Rochester
1842 running Kingston to Rochester
1844 running Hamilton, Toronto, Rochester
1845, Jun 19 Passed through Welland Canal to upper Lakes, by temporarily removing paddle boxes and part of bow and stern. Talk of renaming her GODERICH
1845 September: advertised to replace KENT running on Lake Erie
1846 running to Georgian Bay ports
1852 replaced on Georgian Bay passenger routes; used as tug on Detroit and St. Clair Rivers
1857, Sep Broke her walking beam in Detroit River.
1857, Nov Sank schooner CADET in collision near Lexington, MI, Lake Michigan.
1859 Owned Captain John Pridgeon, Detroit, MI.
1859, Jul 6 In collision with brig S.C.WALBRIDGE, St. Clair River, her stern was carried away.
1860, Aug 13 Captain Pridgeon to transfer engine & boiler to new tug hull J.P.WARD, 1857.
1860 Owned John Sloan, Maldon.
1861 Dismantled at Detroit.
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