1848, 1 Jun Launched.
1849 Ran on Canada Mail Line servicing Montreal, QUE & Kingston, ONT.
1852 Owned John Hamilton, Kingston, ran Hamilton - Montreal, calling
at Toronto, Queenston, Lewiston & Cape Vincent.
1856, Oct Sunk, Galops Rapids, St. Lawrence River; raised & repaired.
1858, Nov Broke shaft, Lake Ontario.
1860 439 tons; ran Kingston - Prescott, ONT.
1862 Rebuilt by George N. Ault at Portsmouth, ONT; 171.6 x 23 x 9', 262 tons; owned O. Lynch, Beauharnois Navigation Co.
1862, Jul 24 Collision with PASSPORT near Kingston.
1862, Aug 16 Aground Lachine Rapids.
1863 432 tons.
1864 Renamed EMPRESS; ran Toronto - Niagara, replacing ZIMMERMAN.
1864, Jul Ran Cobourg & Rochester, Wellington - Port Hope.
1864, Aug 6 Cabin damaged in collision with BANSHEE 10 miles above Duck Islands; repaired Kingston, ONT.
1865, Apr 11 Owned Owen Lynch, Beauharnais & C.B. Dewitt; ran St. Lawrence River.
1868, Mar 18 Burned, Kingston.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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