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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note: if ships' rigging or name of Master unpublished, it is indicated by -- (The newspapers were filmed within their binding, making one side of some entries, unreadable, or only partly legible.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

note: there are many contradictory reports of the "number of settlers" arriving at the port of Quebec, for 1822, in this publication. The number recorded for 1822 in the Canadian sessional papers, for all British North American Colonies, was 16,013 ; an increase of about 3,000 over 1821. The Montreal Gazette reports in excess of 10,000 for the port of Quebec in 1822. Emigration from Irish ports to Quebec comprised by far the largest number, approximately . .7,670

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

Saturday August 10th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Aug 04

brig Nelly

W. Dales 52 days London   to Caldwell & Co. / in ballast
Aug 04 sloop Sarah Sophia W. Collier 36 days Grenada   to —? / rum &c.
 

Intelligence:—
The Nelly spoke the brig St. Lawrence from Demerara.—There are five vessels bound up off St. Anne's, and about 8 vessels bound up off Cape Chat.
Captain Collier spoke the Royal Union, bound to Quebec.
The Loyal Sam, from Quebec to the West Indies, was spoken about the 20th July— all well.


Quebec, August 5.
The following information was received today by a letter dated August 3rd, from the Townships:—
" A gang of 40 smugglers had the audacity last week to attack the dwelling of W. Hamilton, Esq. his majesty's collector of customs at Stanstead, broke the door, removed the goods seized and lodged there, threatened the relatives of Mr. Hamilton, that unless the left the house the following day, they would be thrown into a mill pond adjoining. They were armed with muskets, pistols, clubs, &c."

Wednesday August 14th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Aug 07 brig Jane Williams 12 June Dublin 140 settlers to W. Pentland / in ballast
Aug 07 brig Isabella Agnew 08 June Liverpool 10 passengers to Leather & Co. / general cargo
Aug 09 ship Albion Stephenson 11 June London   to Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Aug 09 schooner Adelaide -- -- from the King's Post   to Mr. McTavish / fish and oil
The Telegraph announces 5 square-rigged vessels at hand
Saturday August 17th 1822
  Quebec, August 13.
His Excellency the Governor in Chief countess Dalhousie, accompanied by Colonel Darling and family, Col. Harvey, Miss Hathorn, Capt. Hay and their respective suites, came down in the Lady Sherbrooke on Sunday evening ; a salute was fired on their landing.

Public Health:—There does not seem to be sufficient attention given to considerations of the public health. Dying and dead emigrants, afflicted with typhus fever, are thrust into houses in central parts of the town, to the imminent danger of the spread of the disease, particularly in this very sultry season. Can no apartments be found on the skirts of the town to form hospitals, less dangerous to the society than the centre of the garrison ; particulary in houses where there are a number of work people, all connected with families?


According to the statement published by the Road Treasurer for the city of Quebec, 63 houses have been built during the last twelve months.
The Telegraph announces H.M.S. Athol, 28 guns, from Halifax, off St. Valier, with money and the English mail for June.
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Aug 09 brig Grasshopper Wells 24 June St. Vincents   to Patterson & Weir / rum and sugar
Aug 10 brig St. Lawrence J. Chesney 15 June Demerara Mrs. Johnson and Miss McNay to Heath & Moir / rum, sugar, coffee and molasses
Aug 10 brig George J. McAlpine 16 June Greenock 42 settlers to order / general cargo
Aug 10 brig Neptune Richard Dickson 12 June Topsham   to W. Pemberton / in ballast
Aug 10 schooner L'Esperance W. Young 19 July Mirimachi [sic] 19 settlers — 6 return to the master / iron stoves
Aug 10 schooner Ross Packet William Kerr 10 June St. John's, Nfld. Mr. Bennett, and 10 settlers to Mr. Bennet / rum and sugar
Aug 10 schooner Providence L. Dugas 25 days Halifax Mr. Carroll, Curé at Halifax to Chinic & Quirouet / molasses and pitch
Aug 11 ship Lord Suffield S. Brown 24 June Gibraltar Mr. & Mrs. Simpson and Miss Ray to order / ballast and wine
Aug 11 brig Royal Union D. Grant 22 May Leith Lt. Campbell, R.M., and 9 settlers to Mr. Pemberton / coals
Aug 11 schooner Sea Flower J.L. Greslie 23 days St. John's, Nfld. Mr. Lemesurier to Mr. Lemesurier / oil and rum
Wednesday August 21st 1822
  Quebec, August 16.
We hear that a late Charivari, at the house of Thomas Lee, Esq. has been attended with much fracas and some blood-shed. Is this savage practice never to be abandoned ? this is one of the proofs of the tenacity of Canadians to ancient usages, that would "be more honoured in the breach than the observance." We have often evinced our abhorrence of the practice as totally unbecoming a civilized society.
[you can read about the practice of "Charivari" at this off-site link]
Halifax, July 30.
Communication with Quebec.—We understand it is proposed to purchase one of the Steam vessels that at present navigate the St. Lawrence, and that this vessel shall be owned by a company to be formed in Quebec and Halifax. The first cost of the vessel together with the outfits are estimated at £10,000 and it is intended that there should be 200 shares at £100 each ; it appears that the passage from one port to the other would occupy six days, and therefore the vessel would call at Pictou and take in coals, and complete her voyage round in twenty-four days, and thus make 14 trips during the summer season.
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Aug 11 schooner Effort Caldwell 16 July St. John's, Nfld. 3 settlers to M. Bell / oil and rum
Aug 13 HMS Athol Bouchirr 15 days Halifax    
Aug 14 schooner Chatham Moride 15 days Mirrimachie
[Miramichi]
Mr. Fairning, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Samuel, and 8 settlers to Patterson & Weir / fish &c.
Aug 14 brig Eliza Glowstone 15 June Limerick 71 settlers to George Ross / in ballast
Aug 14 brig Unity Ward 09 weeks Bristol Mr. Whittingham, and 24 settlers to Irvine & Co. / iron &c.
Aug 15 -- David Owen Mabee 17 July Grenada   to Irvine & Co. / rum, sugar &c.
Aug 15 ship Minerva Dale 27 June Plymouth Messrs. Brooke and Case to P. Patterson / in ballast
Aug 15 bark Fanny Saidler 16 June London 5 officers and 64 men of the Royal Staff Corps to Government / in ballast
Aug 15 brig James Coleman 12 June Strangford   to the Captain / in ballast
Aug 15 two schooners from the Fisheries below and a pilot sloop, No. 21, with the remains of the late Commissary General Clarke, from Matan
Aug 16 bark Lord Wellington Bell 14 June London   to P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
  The Athol brought 458,000 dollars for government.
Saturday August 24th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Aug 18 brig Ann Bowman 18 June Whitehaven Mr Hume, and 6 settlers to Mr. Jackson / in ballast
Aug 18 brig Mayflower Dobson 28 June Dublin   to the master / in ballast
Aug 19 brig Ann Crosby 04 June Sunderland 31 settlers to Froste & Porter / coals and glass
Aug 19 ship Urania -- 03 June Malta   to the Captain / salt
Wednesday August 28th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Aug 20 brig Earl Moira Ellison 23 June Liverpool   to the Captain / salt
Aug 21 ship Princess of Wales Robert Wales 30 June Hamburg   to Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Aug 21 schooner Superb Tayzo 18 July Grenada   to Mr. Laycroft / rum
Aug 21 schooner Annabella Toupin 26 days St. John's, Nfld.   to McCaleum & Co. / rum and molasses
Aug 21 brig Williams Jones 15 June London   to Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
Aug 21 ship Burdon Richardson 29 June Chatham   to P. Patterson / in ballast
Aug 21 brig Barnett Scott 16 June Liverpool 18 settlers to Froste & Porter / salt &c.
Aug 21 brigantine Kitty Quiller 20 June Plymouth   to H. Atkinson / general cargo
Aug 21 brig Albury Cunningham 28 June Newcastle   to Caldwell & Co. / in ballast
Aug 21 brig Neptune Evans 26 June London   to P. Patterson / in ballast
Aug 21 ship Hercules Power 13 July Londonderry 130 settlers to Irvine & Co. / salt and goods
Aug 21 brig Union Nicholson 19 June Belfast 138 settlers to Coltman & Hale / in ballast
Aug 21 brig True Blue Hodson 26 June Cork 63 settlers to T. Robinson / in ballast
Aug 21 schooner Nelly Richardson 30 July Fortune Bay, Nfld.   to the Captain / fish, oil &c.
Aug 22 ship Barclay Mackay 22 June London   to Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
Aug 22 brig Jupiter Amory 28 June Belfast   to Stewart & Lemoine / salt
Aug 22 brig Margaret Palmer 22 June Sunderland   to order / in ballast
Aug 23 ship Potton Baker 26 June London   to P. Patterson / in ballast
Aug 23 brig Ossian Black 05 July Fort William 127 settlers to order / in ballast
Aug 23 brig Pilgrim Smith 14 June Tobermory 62 settlers to Lawrie & Spence / in ballast
Aug 23 brig John Evans 16 June Dublin 88 settlers to Mr. Pentland / in ballast
Aug 23 schooner William Rossignol 18 days Halifax   to Mr. O. Brunette / rum, wine &c.
Aug 23 ship Royalist / Loyalist Parker 30 June Newcastle Mr. & Mrs. Smith and two children to the Captain / coals, glass &c.
Aug 23 sloop Margarett Bordon 10 days Merimachie
[Miramichi]
8 settlers to G. Taylor / cod fish, salmon &c.
Aug 23 bark Benjamin Shaw Ramsden 06 July Chipstow   to A. George / in ballast
Aug 23 bark Wilberforce Dodds 14 July Newcastle   to Heath & Moir / coals
Aug 23 brig Janet Dunlop Snowden 30 June Londonderry 63 settlers to Irvine & Co. / coals
Aug 23 three schooners -- -- from the Fisheries    
  Ships, 442 — Settlers, 10,259, arrived this Season
Wednesday September 4th 1822
  The English July mail arrived yesterday, via Halifax.
Sir Isaac Coffin has left his duty in Parliament, and is at present in the United States. It is time for us Canadians to lay in a stock of cork jackets and life-preserving mattrasses. Who knows what may be the designs of this mighty man of war in coming so near us, after his denunciations against us in Parliament.—Quebec Mercury

New-York, 28th Aug.
Latest From Europe.
By the brig Wilson, Capt. Briton, in 34 days from Dublin, the editors of the Daily Advertiser have received papers from that City to the 22d July....
The distress continued in Ireland, many person were dying of hunger, and the hospitals were crowded with the poor sick. The subscriptions continued in England, and upwards of 200,000l. had been already subscribed.

Total Loss Of The Packet Ship Liverpool.
The Captain and Crew of the Packet ship Liverpool, and Mr. Samuel Wright, one of the passengers, arrived off the Hook, in the British schooner Eliza, 21 days from St. Sohns, [sic] Newfoundland; and came up in the Pilot Boat Ulysses.

The Liverpool sailed from this port on the 16th of July, with the following passengers, for Liverpool: N.T. Heard, Mrs. Heard, 3 children and 2 servts. of New York, Mr. Wm. Christie of Jamaica, Mr. J. Simpson, of London, R. Marther, of Liverpool, T. Wright, of Yorkshire, G.A. Northedge, of London, Robt. Castle, of the British army, and Mr. Samuel Wright, of Savannah; and after a pleasant run of 9 days, in lat. 43, 45. N. long. 48 W. in a thick fog, run foul of an island of ice, which carried away the bowsprit, cut water and started her main stern; but notwithstanding both pumps were going, she went down in less than two hours.

The crew and passengers, (36 in number) took to the boats, and after being in them seven days, reached St. Johns, Newfoundland, where the whole of the passengers, with the exception of Mr. Samuel Wright, of Savannah, took passage in the British Brig Dart, for Bristol, Eng. and sailed on the 6th inst. in company with the Eliza.

Capt. Lee regrets to state, that not even the letter bags were saved, as nothing was saved except what they stood in.--N.Y. Com. Adv.
submitted by Dennis Ahern From The Constitution or Cork Morning Post,
6 September 1822

LOSS OF THE PACKET-SHIP LIVERPOOL

We have already announced the loss, on the banks of Newfoundland, of the packet-ship Liverpool, which sailed from New York from [sic] Liverpool on her first voyage on the 16th ult. The whole of the passengers and crew are saved, though their sufferings must have been severe, as they were exposed to weather for five days in open boats, when they were taken up by a fishing boat, and conveyed to St. John's, Newfoundland. Captain Lee and the crew, with one passenger, have returned to New York ; and the other passengers have come to England in the Dart, which arrived off Bristol on Saturday, 24th inst. The only particulars yet known of the lamentable event, are contained in the following extract of a letter, received at Liverpool on Monday last, from one of the passengers.

"Brig Dart, off Bristol, 24th August, 1822. "
The Liverpool was lost on the 25th ult. on the banks of Newfoundland, by running foul of an island of ice, but all hands saved and put into St. John's ; thence most of the passengers proceeded hither in the Dart, of this place, but a passenger (an infant child) having died on the passage, we are compelled to wait here the visitation of the quarantine officer, which must delay us from landing until to-morrow. "Captain Lee sailed on the same day with us (6th Aug.) in a schooner for New York, with the whole of the crew and one of the passengers. "The vessel only floated two hours, and nothing was saved except the clothes we had on and a little specie. We were five days in the open boats, and on the 7th arrived at St. John's, having been taken up by a fishing-boat on the fifth day."

The following is a list of the passengers:
Mr. N. T. Heard and family, of New York ; Mr. John Simpson, of London ; Mr. Robert Mather, of Liverpool ; Mr. Wm. Christie, of Jamaica ; Mr. Samuel Wright, of Savannah ; Mr. William Castle, of Montreal ; Mr. Thomas Wright, of England, and Mr., G. A. Northedge, of Montreal.


Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Aug 23 schooner Eleanor Ann C. Caruthers 23 days Grenada   to Garden, Auldjo & Co. / rum
Aug 23 a schooner -- -- from the Fisheries    
Aug 24 brig Brothers Thomas Bodel 05 Aug Conception Bay, Nfld.   to Froste & Porter / in ballast
Aug 29 a schooner -- -- Bermuda   to William McTavish / rum
Aug 29 schooner Frances Satem 04 Aug Bermuda   to Heath & Moir / rum
Aug 30 sloop Active Jones 30 days Liverpool, Nova Scotia   to Satterhwaite / rum, sugar &c.
 
One square-rigged vessel at hand.

We regret to find that the "Liverpool," one of the line of packets between New York and Liverpool has been totally lost upon a field of ice ; but we are glad to find that the whole of the passengers and crew have been safely landed at Newfoundland.
The most prominent feature in our columns of today consists of a Proclamation by the President of the United States which opens the ports of that country to British vessels from the West Indies, and from the British Colonies in North America. It is a document of much and infinite importance to the Commercial interests, not only of the country to which it more particularly applies, but to our own ; and it goes to establish the maintenance of that free & liberal policy which has already sprung up, and which is so likely to be matured, on every relative situation in which the mercantile interests of the two greatest powers of the eastern and western hemispheres of the world may reciprocally place them.—We recommend it to the perusal of our Commercial readers.

By the President of the United States of America
A Proclamation

Whereas, by an act of the Congress of the United States, passed on the sixth day of May last, it was provided, that, on satisfactory evidence being given to the President of the United States, that the Ports in the Islands or Colonies in the West Indies, under the dominion of Great Britain have been opened to the vessels of the United States, the President should be, and thereby was, authorized to issue his Proclamation, declaring that the ports of the U. States should thereafter be open to the vessels of Great Britain employed in the trade and intercourse between the United States and such Islands or Colonies, subject to such reciprocal rules and restrictions as the President of the United States might, by such proclamation, make and publish, any thing in the laws entitled, ‘An Act concerning Navigation,’ or an act entitled, ‘An Act supplementary to Act concerning Navigation,’ to the contrary notwithstanding.

And whereas, satisfactory evidence has been given to the President of the United States, that the ports hereinafter named, in the Islands or Colonies in the West Indies, under the dominion of Great Britain, have been open to the vessels of the United States, that is to say, the Ports of Kingston, Savannah Le Mar; Montego Bay, Santa Lucia; Antonio St. Ann, Falmouth; Maria, Morant Bay, in Jamaica; Saint George, in Grenada; Rousseau, in Dominica; Saint Johns, in Antigua; San Josef, in Trinidad; Scarborough, in Tobago; Road Harbor, in Tortola; Nassau, in New Providence; Pittstown, Crooked Island;–Kingston, in St. Vincents; port George and Port Hamilton, in Bermuda; Any Port where there is a custom house, in Bahamas; Bridgetown, in Brunswich; Halifax, in Nova Scotia; Quebec, in Canada; St. John’s, in Newfoundland; George, Barbadoes; Saint John’s, St. Andrews, in Newtown, in Demarara; New Amsterdam, in Berbice; Castries, in St. Lucia; Basseterre, in St. Kitts; Charlestown, in Nevis; and Plymouth, in Montserrat.

Now, therefore, I, James Monroe, President of the United States of America, do hereby declare and proclaim, that the Ports of the United States shall hereafter, and until the end of the next session of the Congress of the United States, be opened to vessels of Great Britain employed in the trade and intercourse between the United States and the Islands and Colonies hereinbefore named; any thing in the laws, entitled “An act supplementary to an act concerning navigation,” to the contrary not withstanding, under the following reciprocal rules and restrictions, namely:–

To vessels of Great Britain bone fide British built, owned, and the master and three fourths of the mariners of which, at least, shall belong to Great Britain; or any United States, built ship or vessel which has been sold to, and becomes the property of, British subjects; such ship or vessel being also navigated with a master and three fourths of the mariners, at least belonging to Great Britain; And provided always, that no articles shall be imported into the United States in any such British ship or vessel, other than articles of the growth, produce, or manufacture, of the British Islands and colonies in the West Indies, when imported in British vessels coming from any such Island or Colony, and articles of the growth, produce, or manufacture, of British colonies in North America, or of the Island of Newfoundland, in vessels coming from the port of St. Johns, in that Island, or from any of the aforesaid ports of the British colonies in North America.

Given under my hand, at the City of Washington, this twenty fourth day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-two, and in the forty seventy year of the independence of the United States.
By the President: James Monroe.
John Quincy Adams,
Secretaray [sic] of State.


Saturday September 7th issue of Montreal Gazette, missing
Saturday September 7th 1822 — Canadian Courant
Sept 01 brig Southampton Thomas White 34 days Grenada   to Mr Laycroft / rum and sugar — 2nd voyage
Sept 02 bark Cenes Geo. Wawn 19 July Liverpool   to Henry Atkinson / in ballast
Wednesday September 11th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Sept 04 bark Thames Dodds 22 July Liverpool   to H. Atkinson / in ballast | the Thisby, Luna and Stranger had arrived at Liverpool
Sept 04 brig Union Curthbert [!] 27 June London   to Caldwell & Co. / in ballast
Sept 04 bark Peggy Harrison 23 June London   to order / in ballast
Sept 04 ship Indian Rodgers 24 July Liverpool   to H. Atkinson / in ballast
Sept 04 bark Francis & Harriet Burn 21 July Liverpool   to H. Atkinson / in ballast
Sept 04 ship Hercules Brigham 18 July Whitby   to Caldwell & Co. in ballast
Sept 04 ship Wanderer Waygood 13 July Plymouth   to P. Patterson / in ballast
Sept 04 brig Union Fleck 08 July London Mr. Herris / Harris to H. Atkinson / in ballast
Sept 04 brig Brisk Mossop 26 July Montego Bay, Jamaica Mr. Watt(s) to Irvine & Co. / rum and sugar
Sept 04 brigantine Dragon Crisson 09 Aug Bermuda   to Mr. Shaw / rum
Sept 04 bark X.Y.Z. Fothergill 29 June London   to Froste & Porter / in ballast | with loss of foremast—July 31st, lat.44.1 51m. north long. 33.1 40m. W—spoke to the ship Jane of Philadelphia from New Orleans to Liverpool, out 31 days—all well
Sept 05 bark Nymph Cram 19 July Newcastle   to Garden, Auldjo & Co. / in ballast
Sept 05 schooner Ellen King 23 June Aberdeen Revd. Mr. Leith to Heath & Moir / general cargo
 
The Telegraph announces a vessel at hand in thirty-five days from London.

Brockville, September 3.
The Court of Assizes and General Gaol Delivery, closed its sessions for the Johnstown District on Wednesday last. The following persons have been convicted and received sentence:
Thomas Cutler, Warren Follersby and Oliver H. Wood—for enticing soldiers to desert—6 months imprisonment.
Isaac O'Balcom—Petit Larceny—sentenced to 14 days imprisonment, and then to receive 25 lashes.
Saturday September 14th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Sept 07 brig Glory Brinn 52 days Lynn   to W. Pemberton / in ballast
Sept 08 brig Ann Adams 28 days Bermuda   to P. Burnett / in ballast
Sept 08 ship Europa Brass 30 July Waterford Mr. Roberts, and 6 settlers to W. Price / salt
Sept 08 brig Mary Murphy 33 days St. Vincents   to Thirlwall / rum &c.
Sept 08 brig Hercules Cay 42 days Greenock 4 settlers to Campbell & Sheppard / in ballast | the Cherub, Rebecca, Morant, Juliana & St. Charles had arrived
Sept 08 brig Saguenay Nicholas 28 days St. Vincents   to Mr. Stevenson / rum
Sept 08 brig Whitby Scott 21 July Waterford 4 settlers to Caldwell & Co. in ballast
Sept 08 brig Betsey Cowen 14 days St. John's, Nfld.   to P. Burnett / rum and oil
Sept 08 schooner Providence Sire 15 days St. John's, Nfld. 2 settlers to McCallum & Co. / rum and oil
Sept 09 brig Columbia Hamilton 54 days Dublin 110 settlers to W. Pemberton / general cargo
Sept 09 brig Hope Sanders 07 July Dublin 120 settlers to W. Pentland / in ballast
Sept 09 brig Tolson Simpson 50 days Liverpool   to Froste & Porter / general cargo
Sept 09 brig Albion Hogdson 77 days Sicily   to Chaffers & Co. / salt
Sept 09 brig Glasgow Taylor 60 days Liverpool Mr. Bennett & wife Mr. & Mrs. Mason, Mr. William Burnett, and 2 settlers to McLean & Co. / general cargo
Sept 09 ship Princess Royal Townsend 32 days Grenada   to Mr. Laycraft / rum and sugar
Sept 09 brig Mentor Dawson 52 days Dublin   to order / in ballast
Vessels arrived this season . . . 474
Settlers arrived this season . 10,158
Wednesday September 18th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Sept 10 brig Margaret Fox 47 days Cork 25 settlers to Heath & Moir / in ballast
Sept 11 bark Mary Wurdele 80 days London   to Caldwell & Co. / in ballast
Sept 12 brig Jessie and Charlotte Story 18 days St. John's, Nfld.   to Henry Atkinson / in ballast
Number of vessels this season, 477
Number of settlers is 10,888
 

Quebec, September 12.
John Stewart, Esquire, nominated on the part of the government, and P. De Rocheblave, Esquire, on the part of the North West Company, left this city yesterday, in a North West Canoe, manned by Indians from above, for the post at the mouth of the Saguenay. We understand their object is to determine the value of the Indian debts now held by the North West Company, prior to the final transfer of the posts to the new lessees, who are a company of gentlemen in Quebec. [North West Company merged with its rival the Hudson's Bay Company]

Saturday September 21st 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Sept 15 brig Commerce Jno. Burns 09 Aug St. Vincents   to Irvine & Co. / rum and sugar | 2nd voyage
Wednesday September 25th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Sept 17 brig Mary J. Jackson 01 Aug London   to order / in ballast
Sept 18 brig Royal Charlotte W.C. Hobson 19 Aug St. Vincents   to P. Thirlwall / rum | 2nd voyage
Sept 19 brig Mary M. Breen 21 July Dublin 3 settlers to the Captain / ballast and provisions
Sept 19 brig Thistle Allen 08 July Tobermory 56 settlers to the Captain / in ballast
Sept 19 bark Hyperion R. Barlison 14th June & 29th July from London & Cork 3 settlers to P. Patterson / to Govt. | sprung a leak and obliged to put into Cork for repairs
Saturday September 28th 1822 — Canadian Courant
Sept 19 sloop Reward   from the King's Posts   to Mr. McTavish, with Salmon, Oil and Furs
Sept 19 schooner Adelade [Adelaide ?]   from the King's Posts   with salmon, oil and furs
Sept 19 bark John Howard Leslie 06 Aug Cork   to Mr. Sheppard / in ballast, 2nd. voyage
Wednesday October 2nd 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Sept 26 brig Neptune White 03 Aug Liverpool Mr. Farrow, Mr. McNab and Mr. Scott to Mr. Farrow / salt, coals and goods | spoke the ship Crown, bound hence, in the Gulph
Sept 27 brig British Tar Clarke 30 July London   to H. Atkinson / in ballast
Sept 27 brig Noah Swap 04 Aug Bristol   to Froste & Porter / general cargo
Saturday October 5th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Sept 28 ship Briton Roche 04 Aug Liverpool   to R. Hamilton / in ballast
Sept 28 ship Montmorency Wood 29 July London   to P. Patterson / in ballast | 2nd voyage
Sept 28 brig Effort Farrant 29 July Cork 7 settlers to T.C. Robinson / in ballast
Sept 29 bark Isabella Pace 07 Aug Liverpool   to Froste & Porter / salt and earthenware
Sept 29 brigantine John Dunscomb Seymour 06 Aug Jamaica Mr. Lloyd to Mr. Shaw / rum and sugar
Sept 29 brig Thisby Dawson 11 Aug Liverpool Mr. Nayes to Garden, Auldjo & Co. / general cargo | Carricks to sail 4 days & Alexander 2 days after her
Sept 29 schooner Chatham Moade 18 days Miramichi 11 settlers to Patterson & Weir / fish
Sept 29 schooner St. Joseph Poirée 34 days St. John's, Nfld.   to McCallum & Co. / rum and oil
Sept 29 brig Hugh Greig 55 days Belfast   to Coleman & Hale / in ballast
Sept 29 brig Promise Glasgow 19 July London Col. Gore and family to H. Atkinson / Government stores
Sept 30 brig Mary Russell 22 Aug Trinidad   to Garden & Auldjo / rum sugar &c.
Sept 30 brig Hebe Erskine 20 Aug Nantz   to Lawrie & Spence / salt
Sept 30 ship Monarch Crawford 19 Aug Greenock   goods
Sept 30 bark Alfred Clark 04 Aug Hull   to Mr. Wood / in ballast
Sept 30 ship George Consett 08 Aug Liverpool   to H. Atkinson / in ballast
Sept 30 brig Choice Harry / Hurry 10 Aug Waterford   to W. Pemberton / in ballast
Sept 30 three schooners -- -- from the Fisheries    
Sept 30 schooner Fox Knowles 06 Sept Halifax   to C.F. Alwyn / sugar and live sheep
Sept 30 schooner Sea Flower Wagg 10 Sept St. John's, Nfld. Mr. Lemesurier to Mr. Lemesurier / oil and skin
Oct 01 brig Ann Redpath 05 Aug Belfast 52 settlers to Mr. Stewart / in ballast
Oct 01 brig May Flower Langfesty 18 days Labrador, Nfld.   to Mr. Vallée / fish and oil
Oct 01 ship Suffolk Allison 51 days Dominica   to P. Patterson / in ballast
Oct 01 brig Quebec Packet Anderson 20 Aug Aberdeen   to Heath & Moir / in ballast
Oct 01 brig Ellens Scott 04 Aug Liverpool   to Mr. Leather / salt
Oct 01 brig Abeona
Blackwaller 19 days St. John's, Nfld.   to P. Sheppard / rum and salt
Oct 01 five schooners from the Fisheries below
Wednesday October 9th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Oct 01 brig Port Spain N.S. Dill 49 days Jamaica   to Mr. Shaw / rum and sugar
Oct 01 three schooners from the Fisheries below
Oct 01 schooner Caldwell J. Gray 07 Sept Halifax 8 settlers to Mr. Brunette / molasses etc.
Oct 01 schooner Effort A.C. Caldwell 11 Sept St. John's, Nfld.   to Mr. Armstrong / rum
Oct 01 brig Venus H. Ramsay 01 Aug London Mr. & Mrs. Reynolds and daughter to Forsyth & Co. / general cargo
Oct 01 ship Rebecca A. Harvey 19 Aug Greenock General Gordon, Miss C. Gordon & Miss Gordon. Mr. Gregory, Mrs. Mitchel, Miss M. Bitle, Mr. McFarlane, Mr. Smith, Mr. Steward, and 9 settlers to Laurie & Spence / general cargo
Oct 01 ship Crown W. Hallock 04 Aug Liverpool   to Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
Oct 01 ship Perseverance Stephenson 12 Aug Plymouth   to the Captain
Oct 01 brig Monarch A. Martin 19 Aug Belfast 10 settlers to McRoberts & McLean / goods
Oct 02 ship Success Lillicrap 02 Aug Falmouth   to P. Patterson / in ballast
Oct 02 brig John & Sarah T. Pennant 07 July Liverpool   to Froste & Porter / general cargo | put into Milford with loss of mainyard and sail— from thence 27th July
Oct 02 ship Hercules -- -- of Whitehaven, bound to that Port, returned, having been on shore in the Traverse and received damage
Oct 02 brig Cherub W. Rayside 19 Aug Greenock Mr. & Mrs. Graves and 3 children, Mr. Watt, Mr. Branden, and 7 settlers to G. Ross / general cargo
Oct 02 brig Rob Roy W. Kenn 18 August Belfast 12 settlers to Chaffers & Bolton / in ballast | spoke a brig from Demerara off Bark Island, out 27 days
Oct 03 brig Carricks Sparks 21 Aug Liverpool   to Gates & Co. / general cargo
Oct 03 brig Holderness Smails 02 Aug Liverpool   to order / in ballast
Oct 04 ship Glory Pounder 11 Aug Plymouth   to W. Price / in ballast
Oct 04 brig Fame Johnson 12 Aug Bristol   to W. Pemberton / in ballast
Oct 04 brig Briton Evans 11 Aug Dublin   to W. Pemberton / in ballast
Oct 04 brig Eagle Henly 17 Aug London   to H. Atkinson
Oct 04 bark Mary Ford Martin 10 Aug Liverpool   to M. Leather / salt
Oct 04 schooner Helen Way 12 Aug St. John's, Nfld.   to W. Budden / wine, rum and oil
  535 Vessels arrived this season
Saturday October 12th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Oct 04 brig Squirrel George Mason 50 days Demerara Mr. T. Johnson to P. Burnett / rum
Oct 04 brig Maria Joseph Appleton 12 Aug Liverpool   to Froste & Porter / salt
Oct 07 ship Juliana Smith 17 Aug Greenock   to W. Price / in ballast
Oct 07 schooner Friends Payne 11 Sept Conception Bay, Nfld.   to W. Budden / oil, skins and fish
Oct 08 bark Edward Munroe 11 Aug Bristol   to H. Atkinson / in ballast
Oct 08 ship Mars Harland 13 Aug Hull   to Caldwell & Co. / in ballast
Oct 08 brig Mary Anderson 20 Aug Dublin   to W. Pemberton / in ballast
Oct 08 brig Aberdeen Ledgertwood 24 Aug Dublin   to order / in ballast
Oct 08 brig Utility Cannon 16 Aug Ulverstone   to Mr. Torrance / in ballast
  Vessels below, &c.—
Alexander, 30 days from Liverpool, spoke the Sir James Kempt, off Bic, and saw the Lord Exmouth in the Gulph ; the Sisters, from Liverpool, is at hand ; the Flora was to sail from Liverpool about a week after the Alexander, the Camillus in about fifteen days ; the St. Lawrence to sail from London on the 25th and Quebec Packet and Clarkstone about the same time.
Wednesday October 16th 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Oct 09 brig Alexander Marshall 28 Aug Liverpool Mr. Rivers and Mr.
Row(e)bottom
to J. Jones / general cargo
Oct 10 brig Sisters R. Wake 24 Aug Liverpool   to H. Atkinson / in ballast
Oct 10 brig Charles White 21 Aug Liverpool The Revd. Mr. Urchart (Urquhart), Mr. Taylor, and 2 settlers to Irvine & Co. / coal
 

Vessels below,
bark Sir James Kempt, 20th August from Cork—ship Hannah, 52 days from Plymouth—ship Westmoreland, 17th August from London—brig Ann, 31st July from Glasgow.—schooners, Newfoundland.

Saturday October 19th 1822 [Data for this date from the Montreal Herald as the Montreal Gazette of this date is missing.]
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Oct 12 ship Westmoreland Major Banks 27 Aug London Mr. Buchan to Gerrard, Finlay & Co. / ballast
Oct 12 brig Augustus Bruce 20 Aug Jamaica   to Patterson & Weir / rum and sugar
Oct 12 brig Ann Henry 31 July Glasgow 26 settlers to Gerrard, Finlay & Co. / general cargo
Oct 12 bark Sir James Kempt Stewart 20 Aug Cork 3 settlers to J. Campbell / ballast
Oct 12 ship Hannah Webber 19 Aug Plymouth   to P. Patterson / ballast
Oct 12 brig Charlotte Shearer 20 Aug Liverpool   to J. Leather & Co. / salt and crates
Oct 12 schooner Teliopis Ross 26 days N.F. 26 settlers to W. Budden / rum, wine, &c.
Oct 12 brig Roberts Neil 30 Aug Glasgow Mr. Sheddon, Mr. Wilkie and 20 settlers to R. Brown / general cargo
Oct 12 -- Margaret Ferguson   2 Aug Dundee 5 settlers to Laurie & Spruce / coals
Oct 12 Lord Exmouth Barrett 24 Aug Plymouth 6 settlers to W. Price / ballast
Oct 13 schooner William Rossignol 14 days Halifax Mr. J. Pyke to Chinic & Co. / general cargo | Intelligence, 1 ship, a Bark and Brig below Green Island.
Oct 14 brig Brothock Masson 55 days London Mr. Lewis Gugy to H. Atkinson / ballast
 

Vessels below,—Five square-rigged vessels.
Total No. of Vessels, 556
Total No. of Settlers, 10,455

Wednesday October 23rd 1822
Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
Oct 16 ship Camillus Baird 15 Sept Liverpool   to J. Jones / salt and coals
Intelligence:—St. Lawrence at Islett ; 25th Sept. spoke the Flora and saw the Quebec Packet, and on Sunday last saw a ship and a bark on shore about 3 leagues above Point Vaches
Oct 16 2 schooners     from the Fisheries    
Oct 17 brig William McGillivray J.B. Cozens 06 Sept Jamaica   to Sweeny & Co. / rum and sugar
Oct 17 brig Romulus Henderson 16 Aug Dumfries   to Mathhew Bell / in ballast
Oct 17 brig Mary Ann Moore 26 Aug Aberdeen   to Heath & Moir / in ballast
  The St. Lawrence, Douglas, 2nd September from London and 12th from Plymouth, ran aground off Crane Island, but has got off and is coming up.
Oct 17 ship Æolus Thomas 27 Aug Waterford Mr. Nicholson & brother to Froste & Porter / in ballast
Oct 18 bark Centurian Happinstal 24 Aug London   to H. Atkinson / in ballast
Oct 18 ship Eliza Boswell 12 Sept Dublin   to W. Pentland / in ballast | was on shore near Mille Vache but has received no damage. The ship that was on shore and the Sir William Ainsley also got off, but it is thought damaged.
Oct 18 schooner Annabella Toupin 23 Sept St. John's, Nfld.   to J. Callum & Co. / oil
  Four schooners from the Fisheries below.
A number of vessels are reported to be in the river, bound up.—The Camillus sailed from London several days before the St. Lawrence.
Passengers in the St. Lawrence.—C. Marshall, Esq. Messrs. Crawford, H. Anderson, James Darion, G.C. Ross, Wilson, and Mrs. Peters.
Wednesday November 27th 1822
  Quebec, 18th Nov. 1822
A number of vessels sailed for different ports in Britain and the West Indies on Friday ; the winds had blown from the east since Saturday preceding and had detained them in port. The number remaining here does not exceed twelve or fifteen ; most of them are ready to sail, and would have sailed had not the wind again blown very strong from the east on Saturday, yesterday, and today. The weather was remarkably cold during last night, and considerable quantities of ice were seen on the battures this morning. It is hoped that the westerly winds will prevail after this, and enable all the vessels to proceed so far as to be independent of the sudden formation of dangerous ice, which often takes place in the course of a couple of nights. The total number of vessels from sea, including those from Newfoundland and Nova Scotia, amounts to 585 and 145,942 tons, the number of emigrants is 7,119 ; being 151 vessels more, and 2,040 emigrants less, than last year.
No vessel but one came from a foreign port, altho' the Act of the Imperial Parliament, permitting intercourse with Europe in British or Foreign Vessels, was in force since the 24th June last. Two vessels sailed from Brest in France, with masts, oak and pine lumber and seals and staves. It was hardly to be looked for, that a trade would immediately take place between this country and some parts of Europe ; no correspondence existed, and the advantages which the Act held out were yet hardly known—We think that the trade to France in brandy, wines, pickles, fruit, and other articles, on which a duty of 7½ per cent ad valorem is paid, will certainly afford some encouragement, while the returns in our exports will find a ready sale ; and we hope to see new sources formed in that country during the next year, for the disposal of two of our most valuable articles of export, wood and ashes.
Several of the Steam Boats have made their last trips between this port and Montreal, and we understand that the Lady Sherbrooke which sails tomorrow evening, will be the last but one this season. The New Swiftsure is expected down soon.
Quebec, Nov. 22
Settlers arrived this year, 10, 471, being 1,312 more than last year.
The David Shaw, from Quebec, was abandonded at sea.

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