Ran Port Hope - Charlotte.
1868 Inspected Port Hope.
1872, Jan 23 Registry reports sale to Sir Hugh Allen, Montreal, QUE.
1872 Owned C. F. Gildersleeve, Kingston, ONT.
1874, Apr Collision with schooner ECHO at Charlotte, Lake Ontario.
1875 Repaired 153.9 x 25.9 x 10.4'; 783 gross / 493 net tons.
1878 Ran Port Hope - Rochester.
1881, Nov 29 Ashore near Oshawa Lake, ONT with 900 bushels peas.
1890, May 26 Collision with schooner JESSIE MCDONALD at Charlotte, Lake Ontario.
1891 Rebuilt by Davis & Son, Kingston, with conasultation of Frank & J. W. Pearce; 175 x 43 x 10'; 873 gross / 499 net tons, 2 stacks close together; smaller feathering wheels; C96911; ran Cobourg, Port Hope & Charlotte.
1893 Special excursion Kingston - Chicago for Columbian Exposition.
1897 Reboilered, 2 locomotive boilers 7'6" x 22'4" @ 45# steam by Wier & Sons, Montreal; reverted to funnel.
1910 Owned Edward C. Kelsey, Tonawanda, NY.
1913, Mar Owned Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co. Ltd, Montreal; later became Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd.
1915 Retired from service.
1922 Broken up.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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