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Ship Arrivals at the Port of Quebec, 1822

The following arrivals were extracted from the Montreal Gazette 1822. In 1822 the Montreal Gazette was a bi-weekly publication. Additional shipping information extracted from the Montreal Herald and from the Canadian Courant.
note: if ships' rigging or name of Master unpublished, it is indicated by -- (The newspapers were filmed within their binding, making one side of some entries, unreadable, or only partly legible. This can lead to errors in the interpretation of the entry or missed entries. ) Be aware that there may be two or more ships of the same name, from the same, or different ports, during the same year. A few ships also made two trips in 1822.

see also St. Lawrence Steamboat Co. Passenger Records for Car of Commerce, Malsham, New Swiftsure & Caledonia

May 06 - June 04 | June 04 - July 28 | August 04 - October 18

Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Wednesday June 12th 1822
June 04

brig Sarah and Mary

Christian 28 April Strangford 170 settlers to G. Ross / in ballast
June 04 ship Hercules Cochran 29 April Belfast 160 settlers to order / in ballast and rum
June 04 brig Benson Smith 03 April Newcastle   to order / in ballast
June 04 bark G. Halkett Alder 20 April London   to Mr. Butchard / in ballast
June 04 brig Tranby Forster 06 April London   to Campbell & Sheppard / in ballast
June 04 brig Norfolk Anderson 29 April Portsmouth Mr. & Mrs. Arnell to W. Price
June 04 brig Henry Maitland 01 May Plymouth   to William Pemberton / in ballast
June 04 brig Richard Wardle 30 April Cork   to order / general cargo
June 05 brig Jane, J. Margaret [?] Harper 29 April Galway (Ireland) 52 settlers to Irvine & Co. / in ballast
June 05 ship Asia Blackwood 29 April London   to P. Patterson / in ballast
June 05 brig Hope Biggs 18 April London   to Mr. Budden / in ballast
June 05 brig St. Helen Elliot 16 April London   to P. Burnett / in ballast
June 05 brig Phœnix Robert Forster 23 March Newcastle   to Forsyth & Co., Montreal / coals
June 05 brig True Briton -- 35 days Greenock 28 settlers to R. Brown / general cargo
June 05 brig Tynemouth Clarenside 01 April Shields   to order / coals
June 05 ship Lady Juliana Smith 14 April London   to Mr. Price / in ballast
June 05 brig Emerald Curry 27 March Sunderland   to H. Atkinson / coals and goods
June 05 brig Masterton -- 06 March Dysart   to Montreal / coals
June 05 brig Eslington Thomas Storey / Storry 24 April Plymouth   to Mr. Atkinson / in ballast
June 05 Andromeda Swan 17 April London 11 settlers to Government to Government / stores
June 05 brig Europe Barnick 41 days Lisbon   to G. Pozer / in ballast
June 05 brig Three Sisters Cord 14 April Liverpool 15 settlers to Chaffers & Co. / general cargo
June 05 brig Sally Cummings 11 April Ayr 12 settlers to Mr. Brown / coals
June 05 ship Isabella Todd 15 April Hull 30 settlers to order / in ballast
June 05 ship General Elliot Frank 05 April Liverpool   to T.C. Robinson / in ballast
June 05 brig Douglass Pevis 06 April Shields   to Heath & Moir / coals
June 05 ship Generous Planter Woodward 12 April London   to —? / in ballast
June 05 ship Mariner Herbert 19 April Whitby 6 settlers to H. Atkinson / in ballast
June 05 ship Fortitude -- 28 April London   to Henshaw & Holt / in ballast
June 05 brig Innes Brown 13 April London Lieut. E. Hannah RN to Heath & Moir / general cargo
June 05 brig Grace George Fishley 08 April Ilfracombe   to order / in ballast
June 06 schooner St. John's Packet -- 25 May Halifax Mr. Lawson to Mr. Lawson / sugar, molasses &c.
Number of Vessels this Season, 219
Settlers this Season, 2,199
 

Description of Vessels signalized comping up ; taken from the Telegraph Report of this morning (June 7-)

ship Royal Yeoman, 29th April from Liverpool, to order, ballast
ship R.F. Harriet, 29th April from London to P. Burnett, ballast
brig Anna, 11th April from London, to W. Pemberton, ballast

Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Saturday June 15th 1822
June 06 brig Lady Frances Robert Barry 05 April Sunderland   to Hancox & Cringan / coals
June 06 brig Alert John Grant 12 days Halifax   to Chinic & Quirouet / rum and sugar
June 06 brig Henderson Steele 21 April Workington 9 settlers — landed 9 settlers at Gaspé to Mt. Jackson / coals
June 06 three schooners from Gaspé and Baie des Chaleurs with fish and oil &c.
June 06 sloop Reward -- -- from the North shore   to Mr. McTavish / salmon and oil
June 08 brig Anna John Horsley 11 April London   to Pemberton / in ballast
June 08 ship Royal Yeoman Thomas Sly 29 April Plymouth   to order / in ballast
June 08 brig Brilliant Scott 29 April Dublin 168 settlers to order / ballast and goods
June 08 ship Harriet J. Pritchard 29 April London   to Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
June 10 brig Rover Frith 19 May Bermuda   to Mr. Shaw / rum, sugar and molasses
June 10 ship Enterprize Sanderson 20 April Lynn   to H. Atkinson / in ballast
June 10 brig Sir James Kempt Coulson 24 May Halifax   to Quirouet & Chinic / rum and molasses
June 11 brig Dalrymple Johnson 26 March Newcastle Mr. F. Wilson to F. Wilson & Co. / general cargo
June 11 brig Agnes Cloine 06 April Leith   to M. Bell / coals
June 11 ship London Elsworthy 11 April Liverpool   to J. Goudie / general cargo
June 11 brig Rose Johnson 15 April Leith 45 settlers to Handyside & Co. / general cargo
June 11 brig George Ruddock 20 days St. John's, Nfld. 9 settlers to Forsyth, Walker & Co. / in ballast
June 11 brig Thompsons Thompson 29 April Plymouth   to Forsyth, Walker & Co. / in ballast
Ships 237 — Settlers 2,414
  Since Sunday, the 30th April, upwards of 560 vessels are supposed to have sailed from this port [Liverpool]. The Custom House books, on the 30th ult. presented a list of 250 vessels loading for foreign parts--unprecedented in the history of this town.--Liverpool Adv.

The Liverpool paper of May 1st, contains the account of the loss of H.M. Ship Confiance, with all her crew, consisting of one hundred and thirty two men. This melancholy event took place near the spot where the Albion was cast away.

The same paper contains the loss of the Esther, and Sandwich Packet. These vessels were lost on the night of the 21st April. The Esther was laden with cotton and rice; she was from Charleston, bound to Liverpool, out 5 weeks. The captain, two mates, and five hands perished. The survivors, names are Peter Grousdwater, John Quinn, Peter Patterson, Charles Anderson, and Edward Lemmon. Cargo lost. Every person on board the Sandwich Packet perished.

Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Wednesday June 19th 1822
June 11 brig Albion Edward Harper 20 April Dublin 131 settlers to order / in ballast
June 11 brig John Jones -- [Jones ?] 02 April Newcastle   to W. Pemberton / in ballast
June 12 bark Sir James Kempt Stewart 15 April Cork 255 settlers to Campbell & Sheppard / in ballast
June 12 ship Æolus Thomas 01 May Waterford 202 settlers to Froste & Porter / in ballast
June 12 brig Tiberior Rankin 15 April London passengers: two Italians and one Englishman, Mr. Tipson, Mr. & Mrs. Cary and child, and Mr. Robinson to Mr. Newton / general cargo
June 12 bark Venus Green 03 April Shields   to P. Burnett / in ballast
June 12 bark Mint Patton 27 April London   to W. Price / in ballast
June 12 bark Harmony Spence 30 April Greenock   to Finlay & Co. / in ballast
June 12 brig Herning / Herring Ryder 19 April Sunderland   to Garden and Auldjo
June 12 brig John and Mary -- 42 days Dublin   to Rogerson & Co.
June 12 brig Pacific Robert Potts 01 May Limerick 146 settlers to order
June 12 brig Psyche John McIntosh 13 April London 8 settlers to Laurie & Spence / general cargo
June 12 brig John and Mary R. Cant 07 April Newcastle passengers: 3 Misses Cockroft [Cockcroft] to Handyside & Co. / general cargo
June 12 brig Ann Hearn 11 April Sligo 140 settlers to order / in ballast
June 12 brig Patriot Airey 18 April Newcastle Mr. & Mrs. Applegorthe and 8 settlers to order / coals and goods
June 13 brig Newbiggin Wright 26 April Sunderland   to Handyside & Co. / coals
June 13 brig Swan Lee 19 April Sunderland   to Wilson & Co. / coals and earthenware | the brig McGillivray is on shore near Rat Island
June 13 schooner Sea Flower Lagraly 21 days St. John's, Nfld.   to Mr. Le Messurier
June 13 brig McGillivray Matthews 21 April Jamaica   to McTavish & Co. / rum, sugar and coffee
June 13 a schooner from Anticosti, with part of the cargo (40 puns rum) of the ship Nimble—Brings intelligence of a Brig being on shore about four leagues to the westward of the Nimble, with settlers on board
June 13 brig John and Mary Grant 31 May Dublin 145 settlers to W. Burnett / in ballast
3,552 settlers arrived this season
  Wrecks:—The brig Hesale, Haigh, from Hull to Pictou, was lost on the 6th May, on Cape Frill, near where the Harpooner was wrecked some years ago. She was in ballast. Crew saved.
The Earl Fitzwilliam, H.J. Jackson, master, which sailed from Hull on the 6th April, was wrecked on the island of Anticosti on 25th May last, crew and passengers all saved.
We are happy to hear that Mr. P. Doucet of this city, and his crew, with the exception of one man, are safe. His schooner was wrecked last fall, on the west end of the Magdalen Islands.—Mercury

The weather on Saturday last, was extremely warm; the Mercury was at 95. This great heat was followed by some heavy rain and a copious discharge of lightning, which cooled the Atmosphere, and it has since continued temperate.

Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Saturday June 22nd 1822
June 17 brig Nemeses J. Smith 15 April London   to G. Pozer / salt and fruit
June 17 brig Alexander Sewell 07 May Liverpool   to —? / in ballast
June 18 brig Camden Haddock 28 April Newcastle   to R. Hamilton, Brothers & Co. / coals
June 18 brig Prince of Asturias Dunoan 02 May Dublin   to W. Pentland / in ballast, and goods
June 18 brig Blenheim -- 20 April Newcastle   to R. Hamilton, Brothers & Co.
  Another schooner from Anticosti has brought up all the settlers from the Earl Fitzwilliam, 6th April from Hull. The ship was wrecked three leagues to the westward of the SW point of the Island on the 25th May—All saved, but the vessel it is feared will be a total wreck.
The brig Thompsons Packet, is on shore near the SW point of Anticosti, with 40 passengers, very leaky, and no hopes of getting off—in want of assistance.
Spoke on the 9th May, by Capt. Thompson, Brig Thompson.--the Cadmus, of New York, Lat. 45. 18. N. Long. 38. 46. W. out 9 days--all well. [Montreal Herald, June 22, 1822.]

The state of Ireland, from famine, seems dreadful; it has been urged that government ought not to encourage emigration by affording aid to emigrants. Like commerce, it should not be provoked by bounties, but left to the natural principle of self interest. We can not admit the truth of this doctrine without some limitation. A certain line of commerce we admit becomes fit to be pursued when the individual is able to pursue it, and sees his interest in the pursuit: but in certain cases emigration may become necessary to the state exactly in proportion as the individual is unable to accomplish it; and the individual is often unable to accomplish it exactly in proportion as it is his interest to do so: for example, if a redundant population be one cause and a principal one of the disorders in Ireland, it would be a great benefit to the state to discharge that surplus; but it is essential to the nature of a redundant population that it is and ever will be unable to discharge itself. Besides, it would be better in every way to expend money in sending out and settling on unoccupied land, a great redundant population, than to expend nearly as much in maintaining a military force, and supporting extraordinary judicial proceedings, to reduce the number by the sword or the gibbet.

Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Wednesday June 26th 1822
June 19 brig Love Richard Wills 25 April St. Ubes   to W. Budden / salt
Number of vessels this season, 263
Number of settlers is 3,727

(with the exception of those from the Earl Fitzwilliam, the number of which is not yet ascertained)
 

Captain Jackson and crew of the Earl Fitzwilliam, are arrived, with the remainder of the materials of that ship—ship is a total wreck.

[extract]
Island Navigation:— Two packets have commenced running for the season between the villages of Palmyra, Pittsford, and Utica [Erie canal]. The feeder above Palmyra, to supply the deficiency of water on that section of the canal, was nearly completed, and the water expected to be let in on the 29th ultimo.

Saturday June 29th 1822
 

Port of Montreal—Arrived
June 24 Phœnix, Robert Forster, from Newcastle

Port of Montreal—Cleared
Jun 22, Rising Sun, Wm. Doeg, Leith
—. 26, Margery, John Hall, London
—. 27, Jean, Alexander Allen [sic], Greenock
—. --, Jean [Jane], James Cumming, London

Weekly Sessions of the Peace, Tuesday, 25th June


Jacques Viger, Esq. vs. Joseph Corbeille.— The defendant was condemned in 40s. and costs, for having driven his horse beyond a moderate trot in Notre-Dame street.
The same,. vs. Antoine Langlois, carter.— The defendant was condemned in 20s. and costs, for having permitted the driver of his cart to sit thereon when loaded.
The same,. vs. Louis Vallade, carter. — The defendant was condemned in 20s. and costs, for having employed a boy to take charge of his cart, instead of an able-bodied man, as required.

Quebec, June 24th
We understand that his Majesty's Ministers have kindly offered to purchase, for the use of the British Navy, one fourth of all the hemp grown here, provided it can be furnished in England on as cheap terms as it is bought from Russia ; and as a stronger encouragement to the extensive cultivation of the same article in this Colony, have ordered the Navy on the Upper Lakes to be exclusively furnished with hemp raised in Canada, provided it is furnished as cheap as it can be from England. — Gaz.

Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
June 23 brig Dwina Thomas Thompson 01 May Peterhead   to order / in ballast
June 24 brig Madeira Durrow 21 days Halifax   to Chinic & Quirouet / rum and molasses
June 24 ship Sovereign Willis 05 May London   to P. Patterson / in ballast
June 24 brig Lively Tate 11 April London   to P. Patterson / in ballast
June 24 brig Aurora Blackstone 10 June St. John's, Nfld.   to James Hunt / in ballast
June 24 ship Hero Grayson 07 May London Captain Hall, lady & family, Mr. Andrews, Mr. Saunders, Mrs. Townshend and servant, and Mrs. Campbell to Government / Government stores
June 24 ship Chapman Willbank 29 April London   to Mr. Atkinson / in ballast
June 24 brig Ceres Dunn 10 May London   to W. Newton / in ballast
June 24 schooner John Glawson 28 May Halifax 9 settlers & two French Musicians to Ross & Mitchell / rum and coffee
June 25 ship Cato Jackson 04 May London   to M. Bell / in ballast
  Below:—
brig Friendship, 18th April from Ireland, to Heath & Moir, general cargo— 18 settlers
brig Greenhowe, 3rd May from Newry, to order, in ballast— 181 settlers
Saturday July 3rd 1822 [Montreal Herald - no arrivals in Montreal Gazette of this date.]
Date Vessel Master Sailed From Passengers Consigned to/Remarks
June 26 brig Friends [sic] Friendship   8 May Ireland and London Passengers Messrs. Baynes, Munro, Calvert, and fifteen settlers. to Heath and Moir / general cargo
June 26 brig Greenhow [sic] Greenhowe   3d May Newry 166 settlers to W. Pemberton / ballast
  Below--Bark Hope sailed 1st May, from Gibraltar, to Hamilton, & Co., ballast. Bark Hudson, 45 days from Cadiz, to H. Atkinson, cargo salt. Brig Martha, 46 days from Liverpool, to Froste & Porter, general cargo. Brig Polly, sailed 9th May, from London, to order, in ballast. _____ The Telegraph announces 4 square rigged vessels at hand
29th --brig Martha, from Liverpool
--—--bark Europe, from Cadiz.
--—--brig Polly, from London.
--—--schr. Notre Dame, from Arechette.
Saturday July 6th 1822
Date Vessel Master Sailed From Passengers Consigned to/Remarks
June 29 brig Martha
[Canadian Courant same date states brig Marsea]
J. Moordaff 07 weeks Liverpool 15 settlers to Froste & Porter / general cargo
June 29 bark Europe Willis 57 days Cadiz   to H. Atkinson / salt and wine
June 29 brig Polly Wilkinson 51 days London   to H. Atkinson / in ballast
June 29 bark Hope Rate 58 days Gibraltar   to Hamilton, Brothers & Co. / wine and ballast
June 29 schooner Notre Dame Marmout 18 days Arichette 1 passenger to Charles Aylwin / rum, rice and sugar
June 30 ship Recovery Fotherly 04 May London passengers — one family to P. Patterson / in ballast
June 30 ship Defence Ronaldson 04 May Portsmouth   to Caldwell and Davidson / in ballast
June 30 brig Erato Robinson 16 May Jamaica Mrs. Troop & family to Irvine & Co. / rum and sugar
June 30 ship Slakesby Johnson 05 May London   to Hamilton, Brothers & Co. / in ballast
June 30 ship David Shaw Harrison 42 days Westport (Ireland) 231 settlers to the Captain / coals
June 30 brig Salmon River Waters 26 May Fayal 1 passenger to H. Atkinson / wine and fruit
July 01 bark Duck Thomas Nichols 07 May Oporto   to James Hunt / salt
  About 17 vessels off Cap Chat
The Telegraph announces 14 square-rigged vessels
Saturday July 6th 1822 — Canadian Courant
July 01 brig Jane Howe 70 days Sunderland 1 passenger to Handyside & Co. / general cargo
July 01 ship Cossack Thompson 19 May Londonderry 275 passengers to order / cargo bricks and tar
July 01 brig Norval Punton 18 days St. John's, Nfld. 2 passengers to order / sugar, fish and oil
July 01 schooner William Rossignol 14 days Anticosti   with cargo from wreck of the bark Nimble
  Below — Brig Hebe, 60 days from London, ballast, to P. Burnett.
Brig Mary Anne 1st May from Limerick, to order — 109 settlers and 12 more not known.
Wednesday July 10th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
July 02 brig Hebe Blackhouse 05 May London   to P. Burnett / in ballast
July 02 brig Jessie William Lyon 21 days St. John's, Nfld. 26 settlers to order / in ballast
July 02 brig Mary Ann Dureck 03 May Limerick 109 settlers to order / in ballast
July 04 brig Hope Collins 14 May Dublin 3 settlers to Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
July 04 brig Jane McGrath 22 May Waterford 56 settlers to Froste & Porter / in ballast
July 04 brig Speculation Richards 02 May Plymouth   to order / in ballast
July 04 brig Zephyr Braithwate 04 May Liverpool Mr. Bormer to W. Price / general cargo
July 04 brig Grace Roy
[Daniel Middleton ?]
15th & 20th May, from Liverpool   to Chaffers, Bolton & Co. / in ballast | put back in distress to Kilrush in Ireland
July 04 brig Sarah & Eliza Mortimer 22 May Limerick 83 settlers to order / in ballast
July 04 brig Caldicut Castle Charlton 16 May Plymouth 15 settlers to H. Atkinson / in ballast
July 04 brig Amphitrite Chaplin 15 May Newry 188 settlers to W. Pemberton / in ballast
July 04 brig Renown Watt 25 April Leith Deputy Asst. Commissary General McLean, Lieut. Baird (h.p.) and lady, and Miss Shaw,—16 settlers to Lawrie & Spence / general cargo
July 04 ship London Gabbie 15 April & 18th May from London Mr. & Mrs. Moose and 2 children—12 settlers to Froste & Porter / Government stores | put back to Cowes in distress, was obliged to deliver and repair
July 04 brig Commerce Robinson 9th May Liverpool 50 settlers to Irvine & Co. / general cargo
July 04 bark Grenville Bay Williams 27 April Newcastle   to R. Hamilton / coals
July 04 ship London Newton 14 May Portsmouth   to H. Atkinson / in ballast
July 04 brig Betsey Cowan 20 May Londonderry 162 settlers to P. Burnett / in ballast
July 05 bark Montreal Garbutt 24 May London   to R. Hamilton, Bro. & Co. / in ballast
July 05 ship Trusty Mather 14 May London   to Hart Logan / in ballast
July 05 ship Earl of Buckinghamshire Johnson 28 May Greenock 160 settlers to order / in ballast (see Deck Plans )
July 05 bark Mary Clarke 21 May Gibraltar Mr. Fraser to R. Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
Saturday July 13th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
July 05 brig Hibernia Dyer 13 May Waterford 63 settlers to Froste & Porter / in ballast
July 05 bark William Spence 14 May London   to P. Patterson / in ballast
July 05 brig Emerald Gray 08 June Philadelphia Mr. John Fisher to order / in ballast
July 06 brig Nautilus John Watson 14 May Belfast 119 settlers to Handyside & Co. / bricks | spoke the ship Nestor, from Aberdeen, last Saturday, off Mattan
July 06 brig Leeds Packet Hughes 11 May Liverpool   to Heath & Moir / coals
July 06 brig Earl Talbot Battens 17 May Cork 104 settlers to order / in ballast
July 06 brig Polly Wheatley 21 May Gibraltar Mr. & Mrs. Catton and seven children to Findlay & Co. / in ballast
July 06 brig Alexander Boydle (W.B. Bodle) 15 May Belfast 141 settlers to Stewart & Lemoine / in ballast
July 06 schooner St. Joseph B. Poire 11 June Halifax   to Mr. Satterthwaite / molasses &c.
July 06 brig Bee Adams 17 June St. John's, Nfld.   to Findlay & Co. / rum and sugar
July 06 bark Hawkesbury Hunter 13 May Plymouth   to Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
July 06 brig Neptune Douglass 18 May Havre de Grace   to Heath & Moir / in ballast
July 06 brig John Todd 12 May St. Ubes   to Handyside & Co. / salt
July 06 brig Roscius Campbell 15 days Labrador, Nfld.   to McRoberts & McLean / in ballast
July 06 ship Sir G. Provost -- 20 May Portsmouth 5 settlers to R. Hamilton / in ballast
July 06 ship Christopher Knight 02 June the Downs   to Henry Atkinson / in ballast
July 06 brig Thomsons Packet Thomas Lookup 23 April Dumfries 40 settlers to order / in ballast | this brig was 16 days on shore on the Island of Anticosti and received much damage, bout two leagues to the westward of Grand Bay
July 06 brig Tiber Pinchard 15 May Dublin 19 settlers to P. Burnett / in ballast
July 06 ship Brilliant Beaverly 25 May Portsmouth   to R. Hamilton / in ballast
July 06 brig Kent Sterling 22 May Londonderry 157 settlers to order / in ballast
July 06 brig Patience Bowman 12 May Belfast 212 settlers to order / in ballast and salt
July 07 ship Nestor Thom 14 May Aberdeen 5 settlers to Handyside & Co. / bricks &c.
July 07 ship Northumbrian Lawson 26 May London 2 settlers to Hart Logan & Co. / in ballast
July 07 ship Brunswick Blake 13 days Halifax Troops to H. Atkinson / in ballast
July 07 brig Galitia Thomas Reach 06 May Newcastle   to R. Hamilton / coals | sprung a leak and had to be pumped going
July 08 brig Governor Hudson Bell 17 June Bermuda   to P. Burnett / rum
July 08 brig Eclipse Moore 17 May Dublin   to Mr. Baird / in ballast
July 08 brig Jane Fell 19 days St. John's, Nfld.   to G. Symes / in ballast
July 08 brig Robert and Ann Straughan 26 May London   to Finlay & Co. / in ballast
July 08 brig Sprightly Johnson 20 May Belfast 139 settlers to Heath & Moir / bricks
July 08 brig Martha Blackburn 09 May Oban   to Angus McKay / in ballast | possible 07 May
July 08 brig George and Elizabeth Rennison 23 May Cork 82 settlers wine and figs
July 08 sloop Sir J. Cockburn Godfrey 06 June Bermuda Mr. Wainwright and Mr. Jno. McKay to Heath & Moir / rum
July 09 schooner Chatham Mowad 14 days Nfld.   to Patterson & Weir / in balast
July 09 brig James Johnston 30 May Sligo 130 settlers to order / in ballast
July 09 ship Lord Wellington -- 29 May Newry 230 settlers to order / in ballast
Settlers arrived this season, 7,080
 

Port of Montreal—Arrived
July 08 Pysche, John McIntosh, from Dur— (Quebec arrival above shows "London")
.—. 09 Grace, Daniel Middleton, from Liverpool

Port of Montreal—Cleared
July 08, Skipsey, W.C. Laidler, for London
.—. 08, George, Thomas Ruddock, for Liverpool
.—. 08, Scotia, William Robinson, ditto
.—. 08, ship William Penn, Ogden Brown, ditto
.—. 09, Eliza, Thomas Filleul, ditto
.—. 11, Anglia, Thomas B. Ord, ditto
.—. 11, Eslington, Thomas Storry, for London
.—. 11, Jean, J. Masterton, for Leith
.—. 12, Canadian, John Finlay, for Liverpool

Wednesday July 17th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
July 09 brig Lavinia Baily 25 May Dublin 171 settlers to order / in ballast
July 09 a schooner from Anticosti, with the remainder of the materials from the bark Nimble
July 10 ship Star Bowes 26 May London   to Hancox & Cringan / in ballast
July 10 brig John Cowan(s) 28 May Milford   to Gowan(s) / in ballast
July 11 brig Rose Lee 26 May Belfast 110 settlers to order / in ballast
July 11 brig Aid Leslie 02 June Belfast 130 settlers to order / in ballast
July 11 brig Francis Russell Tuzo 12 June St. Vincent   to Mr. Leacraft / rum
July 11 small schooner -- -- Miramachie
[Miramichi]
20 settlers to P. Burnett / in ballast
July 11 brig Mary Cowman 1 June Liverpool [entry from Montreal Herald] to Irvine & Co. / salt and coals
July 12 bark Anderson Teasdale 21 May London The baggage and servants of Dy. Com. Genl. Clarke, who died on board the Emulous on the 7th July, and was buried at Cape Chat same date. [This information from Montreal Herald of same date.] to order / in ballast
Saturday July 20th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
July 12 ship Aguelar Oxley 10 June London   to Caldwell & Co. / in ballast
July 13 brig Susan Blackaller 26 May London Mr. T. Williams and Mr. Moore to H. Atkinson / general cargo
July 13 brig General Brock Whitlow 01 June Liverpool   to M. Leather & Co. / salt
July 13 brig Mathews Steele 04 June Sligo 110 settlers to Mr. Shaw / in ballast
July 13 ship Henry Barker 31 May London   to P. Patterson / in ballast
  Quebec, July 16
Drowned, yesterday morning, at two o'clock, Captain Gabbie, of the ship London ; having been on a party of pleasure, on Sunday, to the Island of Orleans, the boat in which he and five others were, upset.
Wednesday July 24th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
July 16 brig Urania Lodge 28 May Gibraltar   to Garden and Auldjo / in ballast
July 17 brig Vertumnus John Lash 04 June London   to W. Pemberton / in ballast
Wednesday July 24th 1822 — Canadian Courant
July 20 brig Union Taylor 28 May Milford   to order
Saturday July 27th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
July 21 brig George Thompson 02 June Belfast 118 settlers to Stewart & Lemoine / salt and goods
July 21 schooner Caldwell Guay 16 days Halifax 3 settlers to Messs. Finlay & Co. / sugar
July 22 brig Liberty Storey 26 May Dublin 190 settlers to J. C. Robinson / in ballast
July 22 sloop Reward -- -- from the North shore   to Mr. McTavish / salmon, furs and oil
July 22 brig Martha Thomas 06 June Limerick 120 settlers to order / in ballast
  Telegraph, Sunday 21st:—
A drowned man is found at St. Vallier, (21 miles below Quebec) this day ; he seems to have been the captain of a ship.
July 22 brig Fame Dawson 08 June Bristol   to Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
July 22 brig Venus Scott 20 May Colchester   to W. Pemberton / in ballast
July 22 schooner Celestienne Jean 03 July St. Pierre   to the Captain | this is a French schooner with the crew and passengers of the brig Lerneieffin Castle [sic], from Ross, in Ireland, wrecked on the 21st June, on the Island of St. Peter, all saved, but the vessel is a wreck
July 22 brig Friendship Wilkinson 07 June Workington 45 settlers to W. Pemberton / in ballast
July 22 ship Elizabeth Tucker 06 June London M. Hutchings, Mr. McTavish & 8 settlers to P. Patterson / in ballast
July 22 brig Atalanta Jones 09 June St. John's, Nfld.   to W. Budden / rum and sugar
 

Port of Montreal—Arrived
July 22, Martha, John Moorduff, from Liverpool
.—. 22, Salmon River, C. Waters, from Fayal
.—. 23, Jean, R.B. Howe, from Sunderland
.—. 26, John, Peter Todd, from St. Ubes

Port of Montreal—Cleared
July 16, Patriot, Robert Airey, for Liverpool
.—. 17, Ann, John Wallar, for Newcastle
.—. 17, Tynemouth, Thomas Churnside, for London
.—. 19, Fowler, John McKenzie, for Bristol
.—. 19, Superior, James Birnie, for Liverpool
.—. 20, Cumberland, Peter Smith, for Liverpool
.—. 20, Gales, William Dawson, for Liverpool
.—. 20, Phœnix, Robert Forster, for Greenock
.—. 26, Perseverance, B. Russell, for Liverpool


Fire:—On Wednesday last, about 10 o'clock, P.M. a fire was discovered in the distillery belonging to Mr. William Wilson, in St. Nicholas street, which consumed the building, with the whole of the utensils, and a quantity of whiskey. Fortunately by the exertions of the citizens, assisted by the military, the flames were prevented from spreading to the adjoining buildings.—The fire was occasioned by Mr. McKellar, the principal distiller, and one of the workmen, who had been employed filling a puncheon of whiskey, which, nearly being full, the funnel was lifted up to see the exact state of the cask, when, upon looking into it, the candle fell from the candlestick into the funnel, set fire to the spirits, and immediately communicted to the cask, which soon burst at the end where Mr. McKellar was standing, and he was immediately envelopped [sic] in flame, and so burnt that he only survived a few hours.—The building was the property of Mr. Cuvillier, who, we understand, had £500 insured thereon in the Phœnix Office ; and Mr. Wilson, upon utensils, &c. £750, in the Quebec Fire Insurance Company.
Wednesday July 31st 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
July 23 brig Ann Quigley 06 June Ballycastle 125 settlers to McRoberts & McLean / in ballast and soap
July 24 schooner Providence Seer 13 days Halifax   to Mr. Reynolds / sugar
July 24 brig Thames Davies 10 June London Mr. & Mrs. Phillips & brother, Mr. Nichols & Mr. Eaton to Garden & Auldjo / goods and ballast
July 24 brig George William Clark 05 June Yarmouth Mr. Morley to order / in ballast
July 24 brig Patience Darrell 24 days Bermuda Mr. Tucker to Mr. Tucker / rum and sugar
July 24 schooner Fox Knowles 11 July Halifax   to Mr. Satterthwaite / sugar and rice
July 24 brig Pacific Taylor 18 days St. John's, Nfld. 6 settlers in ballast
July 25 brig Elizabeth Jane Dobson 02 June Liverpool Mr. Butterworth and 6 settlers to Froste & Porter / salt & goods
July 25 schooner Belvidere Reynolds 06 July St. John's, Nfld. Mr. Bland to Mr. Bland / rum and fish
July 25 schooner William [or brig] Norris 31 May Dublin 65 settlers to order / in ballast | see news item
July 26 bark Doris Cairns 15 June Belfast 309 settlers to Froste & Porter / goods & ballast
July 26 brig Atlas Jones 19 May Belfast 117 settlers to Mr. Brown / in ballast
July 26 schooner Toliapis Ross 24 days St. John's, Nfld. Mrs. Gale to W. Budden / fish
  Settlers arrived this season 8,887
  Wreck of the Brig Lanstephan Castle, John Key, Master.—The Brig Lanstephan Castle, bound from Ross, Ireland, to Quebec, was wrecked on the night of the 21st June, on Dog's Island, near St. Pierre, off the coast of Newfoundland. No lives were lost, notwithstanding that it was about midnight when the vessel struck, and very dark. The wind blowing directly on shore, it was judged prudent to put the vessel before the wind and make for the shore. The vessel could not be removed, she was therefore sold; and the French Governor procured a Schooner to convey the crew and passengers, upwards of ninety persons, to Quebec. We are sorry to add that the master complains of the treatment they received at St. Pierre. When the Schooner was ready for the reception of the passengers, they were conveyed on board by the Military with drawn swords, who drove and beat them and even cut their clothes with their swords. Capt. Key, his mate and a passenger were dining together, when the soldiers entered their room, knocked the dinner off the table, and ordered them immediately on board of the Schooner. The Governor retained the proceed of the vessel (£250) in his hands, probably for the freight of the Schooner.

Misunderstanding, it is natural to suppose, may have been occasioned by their not understanding each other, as one party was ignorant of the French language, and the other could not speak a word of English.

Saturday August 3rd 1822
 

For the Quebec Mercury

Sir,—Through the medium of your paper I wish to draw the attention of the magistrates to what occurred on Sunday morning at Jone's wharf ; a circumstance in its nature disgraceful to a civilized country, and highly dangerous to the public. A vessel * from Ireland, with settlers, is at this wharf, amongst which it seems there has been great sickness and many deaths ; the writer of this, passing, saw a crowd, and on advancing to learn the reason, perceived a poor woman, then actually dying where she had been all night. and the greater part of the day before ; the circumstances of the case on inquiry, proved that a lodging had been procured for this poor creature, but on bringing her to it, admittance was refused, she was drawn through St. Rock suburbs and Champlain street, and tho' the poor man, her husband, offered, probably his all, a guinea, to have her taken into some house, a lodging could not be obtained. On his return to the vessel, he then met with a still greater disappointment, for the captain refused to take her on board ; he was therefore obliged to lay her on the wharf, where I have since learned, she died. One of the seamen informed me that some of the hands had taken the fever and were now ill on board ; that, in consequence, himself and the remainder had left the vessel, as she was full of sick.
I wish not, Mr. Editor, to blame anyone ; but is there not a Health Officer, paid for attending on vessels and persons of the above description ; therefore, why is disease, and that of a most dangerous kind, allowed to be introduced among us. I am told a fever of a very alarming nature rages in Ireland ; and I trust that a little more attention will be paid to vessels arriving from thence.
Yours,           AN INHABITANT.

Monday morning
Mr. Cary,— It is with deepest regret we find that there is too much ground for the allegations set forth in the preceding communication.
Editor.                                        * — The schooner William

Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
July 28 ship St. Patrick James Fraser 46 days Cadiz   to Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
 

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