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Warships - 'St.Lawrence'
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1 photograph : b&w ; 25.3 x 20.3 cm.
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Item is a photograph of a watercolour by an anonymous artist, showing the "Launching of the St. Lawrence, 112 guns, 1814". Watercolour, pen & ink.
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Received from the Royal Ontario Museum. Neg.72 CON61 Cat.#967.106.1
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Copy published in 'Heritate Kingston' pg.59 #51.
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Also have copy in Duplicate File.
After the war, the 'St. Lawrence' was sold in 1831 to Robert Drummond (a contractor and shipbuilder). She was eventually wrecked on the shore, near St. Helen's where she served as the end of a pier for Morton's Distillery.
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Description created 8/29/2002.