1847, Jul 3 Launched.
1849, Nov 13 Bound Kingston, ONT - Toronto, sank at Darlington, ONT, Lake Ontario.
1853 Upper cabins added; ran on Royal Mail Line, Hamilton, ONT - Prescott, ONT.
1859 Owned Alexander Milloy, Montreal; rebuilt 175.2 x 25.2 x 10.8', 279 tons.
1860 New woodwork.
1862 Owned Canadian Inland Navigation Co.
1866, Jul 5 Used as gunboat on Lake Ontario during Fenian raid.
1872, Aug 14 Ashore at Toronto in fog; released by tug WILLIAM.
1874, Jul 18 Broken working beam.
1875 Owned Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co.
1877 Rebuilt 1029 gross / 586 net tons.
1882, Mar 14 Lengthened 40'; ran Owen Sound - Sault carrying railroad supplies; deck added.
1883, Jun 9 Aground on rocks, Cedar Island; ran Owen Sound - Duluth, MN.
1893 Ran Toronto, ONT - Montreal, QUE.
1893, Nov 3 Aground Telegraph Island between Northport & Desoronto.
1895 Owned Montreal Trust & Deposit Co; rebuilt Sorel, QUE; renamed HAMILTON, 938 gross / 477 net tons, ran Lake Ontario & St. Lawrence River.
1899 Owned Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co.
1909, Dec 31 Owned Empire Refining Co, Wallaceburg; converted to barge, 173 x 26 x 11.4', 433 gross tons.
1917 Owned Grant Cooper, Toronto.
1928 Owned Louis Goodchild, Amherstburg, ONT; abandoned.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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