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|Leila: Snow; 192 tons burthen; Yarmouth, Maine; 1834.|
Leila was build for the owners Teasdell and primarily used as an immigrant ship taking new immigrants from Rotterdam to New York until at least 1854.
|Ontario: HMS Ontario; Sixth Rate Snow-rigged Brig-Sloop; Length: 80 ft; Beam: 25 ft; 226 tons burthen; Comp.: 310; Armament: 22 guns; Carleton Island Dockyard, New York; 1778|
HMS Ontario was built on Carleton Island, the only territory to change hands to the US in the War of 1812. She had a short career as the largest British vessel on Lake Ontario, when on October 31, 1780, she went down to the bottom of Lake Ontario during a violent storm with the loss of all hands.
HMS Ontario model