1848, Jun 14 Launched.
1848, Jul 4 Registered Kingston, ONT; ran Kingston, Hamilton & Toronto.
1848, Oct 2 Stranded Galops Rapids.
1848, Dec 1 Stranded & badly damaged, Highland Creek near Toronto.
1849, Nov 3 Burst boilers approaching Gibraltar Pt., killing 3, injuring 6; large repairs.
1849 - 53 Owned John MacPherson et. al., Kingston, ONT following foreclosure proceedings.
1850 Ran Through Mail Line, linking Montreal boats with Kingston, ONT; expanded with cabins on deck & new overall promenade deck.
1851 Apr 21 Port boiler exploded, destroying upper works; sank; 8 crew killed.
1851 May 20 Owned & salvaged by Miller, Montreal, QUE; repaired there; renamed MAYFLOWER.
1852 Chartered Great Lakes Western Railway, Canada; ran Toronto - Cape Vincent via north shore ports.
1853, Jun 25 Collision with steamer PRINCESS ROYAL near Whitby.
1853, Aug 10 Ashore at Scarborough Bluff near Toronto, ONT.
1853 Owned Alexander Campbell, Kingston, ONT; renamed COMET.
1854, Mar 7 Owned Rome & Watertown Railway; ran Hamilton - Cape Vincent & Ogdensburg, NY.
1855 Ran Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal & Quebec.
1855, May Repaired at Oswego, NY.
1856 Owned Hamilton Hill, Oberlin, OH.
1857 - 60 Laid up at Portsmouth in panic of 1857.
1860 Sep 3 Owned Thomas Kirkpatrick, Kingston, ONT; passenger & freight service Montreal to head of Lake Ontario.
1860 - 61 Rebuilt, 180 x 26 x 10.
1861, May 7 Torn from moorings during gale & slammed into Cataraqui Bridge, Kingston, ONT.
1861, May 14 Collision with schooner EXCHANGE.
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