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Ships to Quebec 1820

The following arrivals were extracted from the Quebec Mercury of 1820 (Please note that some of these papers are not in the best condition and some issues, or pages, are missing. This sometimes leads to errors in the interpretation of the entry or missed entries. Therefore, this should only be used as a guide.)

May 9th - June 25th | June 26th - November 5th | see steamboat passenger lists Quebec to Montreal

Date Vessel Master Sailed From Passengers Remarks/Consigned to
1820
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
May 9 Brig Royal Charlotte W.C. Hobson 50 days Alicant   To Peter Burnell, Esq., wine and fruit -

Saw ice at Cape Breton, but no vessels.

May 11 Brig Patriot A. Anderson 42 days Aberdeen Messrs Clarke, Black, Colder, M'Key, Sim and 4 in steerage to Heath & Moir, general cargo
May 11 Brig Paragon Smith 42 days Exeter   to P. Patterson
May 11 Ship Europe Willis 42 days London   to Campbell & Shepperd
May 11 Bark Friends Clark 45 days London   to A. George
May 11 Ship Hanna Webster 43 days London Mr Osburn to P. Patterson & Co
May 11 Ship Camillus Marshal 42 days London Messrs Stevenson, Jones, Liestley?, and one lady to J. Jones, Jr
May 11 Brig Alexander Ritchie 43 days Newcastle   to W. Budden
  A number of vessels arrived to-day, which from the roughness of the weather, have not been boarded; we are therefore unable to give any account of them.
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
May 12 Brig Cherub W. Rayside 37 days Greenock Messrs R. Shaw, D. Whitelaw, A. Ferguson, jun. and D. Ferguson to A. Shaw, general cargo
May 13 Brig Venus J. Lawson 45 days Aberdeen   to Heath & Moir
May 13 Brig Mary Ann Moore 42 days Aberdeen   to Forsyth, Richardson & Co
May 13 Brig Ann G. Shaw 40 days Sligo 41 settlers to P. Burnett
May 13 Brig Brothers J.S. Young 41 days London   to W. Pemberton
May 13 Brig Norval D. Walker 43 days Aberdeen   to order
May 13 Brig Sir John Cameron D. Lilly 37 days Waterford   to order
May 13 Brig Prompt         gone up to Montreal, was not boarded yesterday
May 13 Brig George Symes Bushby 35 days Liverpool   to G. Symes, general cargo
May 14 Brig Harriet William Goven 49 days Demerara   to to Robt. Jones, rum and sugar
May 14 Brig Symmetry W. Cram 42 days Newcastle   to W. Pemberton
May 14 Brig Gales W. Dawson 44 days London   to order
May 14 Brig Northumberland R. Nicholson 42 days Newcastle   to P. Hamilton & Co
May 14 Brig Union R. M'Call 35 days Liverpool   to Robert Orkney
May 14 Brig John & Charlotte F. Sims 36 days Portsmouth   to R. Hamilton & Co
May 14 Brig Prince Cobourg D. Hutchinson 35 days Carmarthen   to W. Pemberton
May 14 Brig Don R. Potts 39 days Newcastle   to P. Patterson
May 14 Bark Nelson J. Fatkin 43 days London   to W. Price
May 14 Brig Francis & Harriet R. Burnes 32 days London   to Campbell & Sheppard
May 14 Ship Eliza J. Purdy 38 days Dublin Mr & Mrs Pemberton, and 99 settlers to W. Pemberton, goods and ballast
May 14 Ship Prince of Waterloo J. Gray 35 days Belfast   to M'Roberts & M'Clean, general cargo
May 14 Ship Knapton G. Maitand 44 days London   to Campbell & Sheppard
May 14 Ship queen G. Mallabar 42 days Shields   to P. Patterson
May 14 Ship Friendship J.K. 42 days Newcastle   to M. Lymburner
May 15 De Jersey Ph. Duval 54 days Alicant   to P. Sheppard, wine and fruit
May 15 Ship Juliana G. Smith 35 days London   to P. M'Kutcheon, general cargo
May 15 Ship Martha Brae J. Gibson 30 days Bristol   to Patterson and Weir, general cargo
May 15 Bark Amity G. Spurs 46 days London   to Caldwell & Davidson
May 15 Bark Sophia J. Beckett 30 days Downs   to order
May 15 Bark Isabella C. Bushel 43 days London   to R. Hamilton
May 15 Bark Robert & Ann S. Jefferson 36 days London   to P. Patterson
May 15 Brig Favorite J. Bourbane 35 days Liverpool   to C. Hunter, general cargo
May 15 Brig Glory Thomas Bruce 45 days Lynn   to R. Hamilton
May 15 Brig Hale H. Watt 32 days Cork   to P. Patterson
May 15 Brig Rising Sun M. Doeg 36 days Dartmouth   to Messrs. Handiside & Co
May 15 Brig Henry J. Mason 36 days London   to P. Patterson
May 15 Brig Scotia W. Robinson 36 days Aberdeen   to Heath & Moir
May 15 Brig Peace J. Bruce 37 days Liverpool   to Mr Atkinson, rum and salt
May 15 Brig Emerald Gallilie 37 days Portsmouth   to M. Lymburner
May 15 Schr Dolphin G. Le Rossignol 50 days St. Vincent Mr Theriwall to J.P. Therlwall, rum and sugar
May 16 Ship Indian Mend 38 days London   to Meicklejohn
May 16 Brig Fame Nicholson 32 days London Mrs Chalmers to Hart Logan
May 16 Brig Dorothy Taylor 40 days Newcastle   to Lymburner
May 16 Brig Elizabeth Ann Dobson 48 days London   to P. Burnett
May 16 Brig Traveller Goldie 39 days Aberdeen 20 settlers to Heath and Moir
  Several other vessels arrived this morning-not yet reported.

The Telegraph announces 22 square-rigged vessels at hand.

The Brig Royal Oak, of North Shields, is ashore on the Brandy Pots.

The Hon. Commissioners of His Majesty's Customs have decided, that Steam boats and other Vessels, solely employed in navigating the River St. Lawrence, are not considered to fall within the exemption contained in the 6th section of the Act 26th Geo. III. Cap. 60; and are required to be registered, as well as to be owned by British subjects.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
May 16 Brig Carricks J. Sparks 32 days Liverpool Mr Johnson to general cargo
May 16 Brig Henry C. Thompson 38 days London   to P. Patterson
May 16 Bark Mary Ann Thomas Allison 49 days London   to R. Hamilton
May 16 Brig Albion S. Richmond 37 days London   to R hamilton
May 16 Brig Broderick B Peart 33 days London   to Mr Pemberton
May 16 Brig Regent J. Turnbull 34 days London   to Campbell & Sheppard
May 16 Brig Zealous T Reid 45 days London   to hart Logan, general cargo
May 16 Bark St. Lawrence Geo Douglass 34 days London   to master, general cargo
May 16 Bark Sir James kempt J Davidson 47 days London   to Campbell & Sheppard, general cargo
May 16 Ship Abeona Thomas Davidson 39 days Hull   to R. Hamilton
May 16 Ship Agnes J Adamson 38 days Liverpool   to J Goudie, coals
May 16 Brig Canada Thomas Davidson 16 Apr London   to Campbell & Sheppard, general cargo
May 16 Brig Union Henry 40 days Greenock   to Irvine, M'Naught & Co, general cargo
May 16 Brig Ellison N Yule 43 days Shields   M Lymburner
May 17 Brig Chance H Henry 34 days Plymouth   to Mr Pemberton
May 17 Brig Providence J Clarke 47 days London   to P. Patterson
May 17 Brig Norfolk J Richardson 34 days Portsmouth   to R Hamilton
May 17 Brig Hannah G Wake 42 days London   to P. Patterson
May 17 Brig Economy J. Gibson 39 days Newcastle   to P. Patterson
May 17 Brig Anna M. Bolton 44 days London   to Gerrard & Co, general cargo
May 17 Brig Scipio T. Cooper 42 days London   to H. Atkinson
May 17 Brig Henry J. Newport 36 days Dublin   to order, general cargo
May 17 Ship Lynx Redpath 25 days Waterford   to mr Nichols
May 17 Æolus R. Thomas 35 days Waterford 120 settlers to Froste & Porter
May 17 Ship Royal Yeoman J. Sly 46 days Weymouth   to P. Patterson
May 17 Schr Mary R. Butters 60 and 24 days Berbiee & Halifax   to order, rum, sugar & molasses
May 18 Brig Alexander Errington 32 days London   to order, general cargo
May 18 Ship Ross Davidson 25 days Plymouth   to W. Price
May 18 Ship Mary Taylor 28 days Plymouth   to Irvine & Co
May 18 Ship Prince Braithwait 33 days London   to Bell & Stewart
May 18 Bark Eagle Pratt 45 days Plymouth   to order
May 18 Brig Sarah Maria Anna Christien 32 days Curmarthen   to G. Symes
May 18 Brig Fidelity Lilburn 31 days Bristol   to A. George, general cargo
May 18 Brig Isabella Bourley 28 days Plymouth   to R. Hamilton
May 18 Brig Quebec Packet Ditchburn 42 days Cork   to Mr Robinson, general cargo
May 18 Snow Peggy Davies 32 days Bristol   to W. Pemberton
May 18 Brig Skum Bishop 5 Apr Leith 22 steerage passengers  
May 18 Brig Liddlee English 2 Apr Hull   to James George
   Eight vessels arrived to-day-not reported.

The following names of the Passengers, in the vessels lately arrived, are all we have been able to learn:
On board the Sir James Kempt, Mrs Cockburn, widow of the late J. Cockburn, Esq. Mr and Mrs Rivers, all 18.
Ship Lynx, Capt. Let, 26th regt. lady, and 3 children; Mr Nichols, and 22 settlers.
Canada, Mr D. Smith.
Quebec Packet, Mr Robinson.
_________ Mr G. Spratt, Mr R. Orkney, Mr Haddan, Mr Isaac Wilson.
Mr Symes, of the firm of Symes & Woolrich.
Alligater, Mr Stewart.
120 settlers arrived in the Æolus.

Mr Adams, who surveyed the Chambly Canal, is now occupied similarly with the Lachine.

Mr Clinton has been re-elected Governor of the State of New York.

The Ship Alligator, Captain Madick, from Waterford, wrecked near L'Islette, had on board 400 tons salt, 15 casks glassware, 50 boxes fig blac? 10 do black thread. There were 40 steerage and a few cabin passengers on board-several women and children among the former. After striking, she filled so very fast, that the unfortunate crew and passengers had time to save nothing but what was on their backs: they were hurried and crowded into the boats, surrounded with the gloomy appearance of the contending elements; the weather so thick as to conceal the land.

The English March Mail arrived this morning. (Quebec Mercury of May 19, 1820)

On Wednesday evening, the Transport Ship Abeona, Captain Pritchard, drove on the rocks at Wolfe's Cove, and is very much injured. She was waiting for a fair wind to sail for England; having on board a number of soldiers of different corps, whose time of service has expired.

The Brig Minerva, Captain Morgan, (of which mention was made in our last) was from Liverpool, bound to Montreal, and had a valuable cargo of liquors and dry goods, consigned to Messrs. Forsyth, Richardson & Co.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
May 18 Brig Neva C. Jackson 35 days Plymouth   to P. Patterson
May 18 Brig Prince Asturias A. Dorval 37 days Dublin 110 settlers to Pentland & Bury
May 18 Ship Fame J. Minnett 42 days Hull 35 settlers to order, general cargo
May 18 Ship Edward J. Munro 32 days Southampton   to P. Patterson
May 19 Brig Britannia T. Clarke 45 days Newcastle   to Bell and Stewart, coals and glass
May 19 Brig Lively W. Trotter 39 days Shields   to order
May 19 Brig Ellen F. Scott 44 days Newcastle   to order
May 19 Brig Sarah-Anna T. Milram 42 days London   to order
May 19 Brig Triton Walker 45 days London   to P. Patterson
May 19 Brig Holderness A. Small 35 days Whitby Mr & Mrs Spratt & family to order
May 19 Brig Eliza J. Harvey 37 days Liverpool   to Geo. Ross
May 19 Brig Jane A. Allen 32 days Greenock 34 settlers to Geo. Ross, general cargo
May 19 Brig Urania W. Newton 47 days Leith Messrs. Bargeton, Nicholson, and 18 settlers to Handiside and Co., general cargo
May 19 Brig West-Indian J. Wardle 38 days London   to P. Patterson
May 19 Brig Alert J. Grant 19 days Halifax   to Quirouet, Chinic & co, rum, sugar, &c.
May 19 Ship Sterling J. White 34 days Liverpool Mr Clint, and two Miss Hasplins to J. Goudie, coals
May 19 Ship Spring F. Skelton 31 days London   to Caldwell & Davidson
May 19 Ship Samuel & Jane T. Harland 14? days Whitby 3 settlers to P. Patterson
May 19 Ship Latona J. Gatenby 48 days London   to Campbell & Sheppard
May 19 Ship Eweretta J.H. Stoddard 47 days London Messrs. Cameron & Son, Capt. Snuff, Lady & family, J. Joseph & Son, Mr Walker, Mrs Mutton & Son, and Mr Summers to Forsyth, Richardson & Co., general cargo
May 20 Ship Triton J. Marshal 33 days Dartmouth   to P. Patterson
May 20 Brig Mary J. Motley 42 days London   to P. Patterson
May 20 Brig Cossack J. Walker 39 days Liverpool   to Froste and Porter, general cargo
May 20 Brig Lord Exmouth S. Barre 35 days Plymouth Messrs. Penhey, Edwards, Mrs. Wilson and 19 settlers to W. Price, general cargo
May 20 Brig Cornet Anderson 34 days Dublin Mrs Colclough & family and 79 settlers to order, general cargo
May 20 Brig Star C.P. Cay 30 days Plymouth   to Hendiside & Co
May 20 Brig Skipsey W.C. Ladler? 41 days London   to Handiside & Co., general cargo
May 20 Ship Mariner J. Herbert 30 days London Mr & Mrs Faries, child & servant, Major Green, 70th, and Lieut. Smith, 70th to order
May 20 Ship Blessing H.[sic] 45 days London   to order
May 20 Ship Lord Wellington Michel 42 days Newcastle   to Heath & Moir, general cargo
May 20 Brig Hunter Hunter 31 days Liverpool   to C. Hunter, general cargo
May 20 Brig John Jones 42 days Liverpool Messrs Stewart & G. Henderson to W. Pemberton
May 21 Ship Samuel Whitbread Dails 33 days Plymouth   to order
May 21 Brig Robert Neil 41 days Greenock Mr Jameson, and 44 settlers to K. Brown, general cargo
May 22 Brig Friends Reamer 36 days Bristol   to R. Hamilton
May 22 Brig Neilson Addison 56 days London Mr Butchart to order
May 22 Brig Emily Thompson 29 days Limerick Lieut Fitzmorris & lady, Mrs Hewson & family and 80 settlers to Cheffers, Bolton & Co
May 22 Ship Triton Ward 42 days Hull   to H. Atkinson
May 22 Ship Nelly R.A. Robinson 40 days London   to P. Burnett
May 22 Bark Fides R. Gill 34 days Hull   to P. Burnett
May 22 Brig Cumberland P. Smith 32 days Liverpool Messrs Metcalf, Lemon and Arden to Gates & Co
May 22 Brig Sprightly Osburn 40 days Bristol   to Hart Logan & Co, general cargo
May 22 Brig Cadmus Richardson 51 days Sunderland   to Handiside & Co, general cargo
May 22 Bark Bellons Burten 35 days London   to P. Burnett
May 22 Ship Friensbury Claybern? 37 days London   to P. Patterson & Co
May 22 Brig Earl Moira Allison 32 days London   to order
  We are sorry to understand that the Small-pox is making great ravages, both in this City and at Montreal; and we have every reason to apprehend that its poisonous sting is not exclusively limited to these two places in the Province. It is much to be lamented that our Legislature should have thought it expedient not to renew the salutary provisions, offered to the public by the Vaccine Board-whatever might have been the errors committed by that institution, the public good resulting from it ought to have overweighed every other consideration.

State of the Thermometer, for the past week, at 8 o'clock, A.M. 52, 50, 50, 50, 58, 51, 61.

Assize of Bread for this week
White loaf ......6d.
Brown do.........8d.

A Mail for Greenock, per Brig Royal Charlotte, Captn. Hodson, will be made up, and closed at this Office on Saturday next, the 27th instant at 11 A.M.

A Mail for Liverpool, per the Brig John Crowther, Capt. Oakey, will be made up and closed at this Office, on Tuesday, next, the 30th instant at 11 A.M.
Henery Cowan, P.M.

The Cossack, struck on Aiclue Ree,? near Bick, and was obliged to discharge her cargo at Quebec, having received damage in her hull.

136 Vessels arrived this season from Sea-14 announced by the Telegraph

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
May 23 Brig London John Flails 42 days Newcastle   to Burnett
May 23 Ship James Baille Sly 34 days Belfast Messrs ? and Smith to M'Roberts & M'Clean, general cargo
May 23 Bark General Piliot Joseph Franks 37 days London   to P. Patterson
May 24 Brig Curlew S. Stewart 59 days London   to Heath & Moir, general cargo
May 24 Brig Theris H. Robinson 40 days Hull   to Bell & Stewart
May 24 Brig Alexander R. Marshal 33 days Liverpool Messrs Stamfeld, Burray?, Hoofstetier, Frust, two Brooks and Chaffers. To J. Jones, jr, general cargo
May 24 Brig Sally S. Ball 34 days Belfast 100 settlers to order
May 24 Brig Zephyr Brown 34 days London   to M. Lymburner
May 24 Brig Calypso Chaier? 34 days London   to M. Lymburner
May 25 Brig Manville Davison 44 days Newcastle   to R. Hamilton & Co
May 25 Brig British Tar Clark 43 days Whitby   to P. Patterson & Co
May 25 Brig Thetis Christie 42 days London   to order
May 25 Brig Marys Jacobson 46 days Newcastle   to P. Patterson and Co
May 25 Brig Wakefield Curton 37 days Shields   to R. Burnett
May 25 Brig Penrose Fowler 36 days Liverpool   to Heath & Moir, salt
May 25 Brig Leopard Fortune 32 days St. John, N.B.   To Gerrard, Finley, & Co, rum and molasses
May 25 Brig Sternshall Isbister 47 days Newcastle Mrs Fowler and Family, Miss Gowen to P. Patterson & Co
May 25 Brig Experiment Chapman 43 days Bristol   to A. George, general cargo
May 25 Brig Waller Hannay 34 days Liverpool Mr Harrison to Holroyd, general cargo
May 25 Ship Brothers Jenkinson 35 days Hull Mr and Mrs Wane, Miss Sheppard and 25 settlers to order
May 25 Schr Petit Desgrat Le Marchand 39 days Halifax 3 of the crew of the Mary and Fame to P. Burnett, general cargo
May 25 Schr Tryal Richardson 6 days Gaspé   to J.L. Marrett, oil
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
May 25 Brig Enterprise Pattin 40 days Ayr 39 settlers to Melvin & Belanger
May 25 Brig Ann Waller 47 days Newcastle   to Hart Logan & Co, general cargo
May 25 Brig Ann Lewis 59 days Newcastle   to R. Hamilton
May 25 Brig Neptune Sharpe 33 days Liverpool   to Ross
May 25 Brig Nelly Haman 45 days Newcastle   to R. Hamilton
May 25 Brig Cygnet Henderson 49 days Dundee 12 settlers to George Davis
May 25 Brig John Beveridge 49 days London Miss Leg and Atkins to Heath & Moir, general cargo
May 25 Brig Isabella Wright 49 days Shields   to Pattersons and Weir
May 25 Brig Elizabeth Webster 42 days Liverpool   to S. Finch, coals
May 25 Brig Freetown Archibald 24 days Halifax 2 settlers to order, rum
May 25 Ship Rebecca M'Kenzie 43 days Greenock 15 in cabin and 27 in steerage to Lawry & Spence, general cargo
May 25 Schr Cornwallis Garrison 39 days St John, N.B.   to Gerrard, Finley and Co, rum, &c.
May 26 Ship Maida Estill 49 days Hull Mr Eszard, and 86 settlers to Bell & Stewart
May 26 Ship Young Norval Luck 46 days Greenock 37 settlers to J. Goudie, general cargo
May 26 Ship Canada Robertson 42 days London   to Heath & Moir
May 26 Ship Harbingar Watson 37 days London   to P. Patterson & Co
May 26 Brig Ann Scott 40 days Dublin   to order
May 26 Brig Rambler Wilson 42 days Grenada Mr M'Kannan to Gerrard, Finley and Co, rum &c.
May 26 Brig Johns Laing 42 days Sunderland   to H. Atkinson
May 26 Brig Helen Gobson 30 days St Michael   to H. Atkinson, general cargo
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
May 25 Ship Nassau Gaspard 39 days Waterford 40 settlers to Mr Fayle, salt
May 25 Ship Wolga Brown 39 days Hull   to R. Hamilton & Co
May 27 Brig Shannon R. Kindall 38 days Demarara Mr Johnson, and the crews of the Savannah and Freeman, wrecked on St. Paul's Island to order, rum and sugar
May 27 Brig Lord Wellington W. Tickel 34 days Plymouth 8 settlers to Mr Nichols, general cargo
May 27 Brig Polly Wheatley 37 days London   to Heath & Moir
May 27 Brig Psyche J. Erskine 34 days Dundee 88 settlers to Lawry & Spense, general cargo
May 27 Ship Harrison H. Davis 33 days Liverpool Miss Shadrack, Holmes and 34 settlers to W. Pemberton, general cargo
May 27 Ship Triton W. hasiltine 42 days Hull Johnson Soudon, and 77 settlers to order
May 27 Bark Camperdown J. M'Kiver 42 days Hull 1 settler to Stewart & Lemoine
May 27 Bark Mayflower B. Robinson 48 days Shields   to P. Patterson-

spoke the Brig Murdoch from Greenock, for Quebec, in long 44

May 27 Schr Providence Cire   Baie des Chaleurs   to order
May 27 Brig Integrity J. Wilson 46 days Stanford 46 settlers to Holroyd
May 27 Brig Ugie J. Taylor 42 days Peterhead   to Handiside & Co
May 27 Brig Harmony J. Heale 36 days Liverpool   to Froste & Porter
May 27 Brig Thomas J. Card 36 days Liverpool   to George Symes, salt
May 29 Britannia Stewart 56 days London   to H. Atkinson
May 30 Brig Harmony Taylor 52 days Hull   to Stewart & Lemoine
May 30 Ship Union Jeffry 42 days London   to P. Patterson & Co
May 30 Brig Ocean Blake 42 days Mary-Port   to Stewart & Lemoine
May 30 Brig Union Stewart 50 days Whitby   to H. Atkinson
May 30 Brig Alexander Cumings 3 Apr Aberdeen 2 settlers to Handiside & Co
May 30 Brig Dispatch Squires 59 days Demerara   to Patersons & Weir, rum
May 30 Brig Hannah Moore Black 52 days Aberdeen Messrs Tawse, Price & Chesholm to Handiside & Co, general cargo
  Intelligence-Brig Waller yesterday morning saw a Brig go on shore inside of Apple Island.

Ship Brothers, May 23d, got two men from the Brig Shannon, Kindall, from Demarara, part of the crew of the Ship Savannah, from London, bound to Miramichi, wrecked on the Island of St. Paul.-The Freeman, Capt. Black, from Grenock[sic] for Pictou, was also wrecked on St. Paul's, and the crew taken off by the Shannon.

Assize of Bread for this week
White loaf......6d.
Brown loaf.....8

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
May 30 Brig Resolution R. Brown 59 days Demerara Mr Seward to G. Symes, rum and molosses
May 30 Brig Royal Oak J. Darley 3 Apr Shields   to Bell & Stewart
May 31 Schr Augusta Ann N. Darzell 39 days Bermuda Mr W. Darrell to Heath & Moir, rum and sugar
May 31 Brig Lune R. Bayden 8 Apr Shields   to P. Burnett
May 31 Bark Tartar W. Mason 19 Apr London   to Hamilton
May 31 Bark Regent J. Boyes 38 days Plymouth   to order
May 31 Bark Melton J. Cram 49 days Shields   to Bell & Stewart, coals and goods
May 31 Brig Matilda J. Brownrigg 50 days Whitehaven 8 settlers to Heath & Moir, rum and coals
June 1 Brig Hope Edw. Biggs 49 days London   to P. Burnell
June 2 Brig Jane Murdock 6 Apr Greenock   to Melvin & Belanger, general cargo
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
June 2 Brig Henderson Wm. Steel 12 Apr Workington   to Mr Jackson

This vessel is loading at St Paul's Bay

June 2 Bark Hornby James Robinson 20 Apr Shields   to Campbell & Sheppard

This vessel goes up to three-Rivers.

June 3 Brig Sovereign A. Pearson 45 days Leith 49 settlers to R. Hamilton
June 3 Brig Douglas Wm. Walker 44 days Shields   to W. Pemberton
June 3 Brig Hunter W. Swann 20 Apr London 8 settlers to order, general cargo

Intelligence-The Phaeton Frigate was to sail in April, with officers for the Lake service.

June 3 Ship Prospect W. Wake 42 days Shields Mr Ouston, R.N. and family, Mrs Johnson and three children, and Mr Pittiance to P. Patterson
June 3 Brig Regent John Park 42 days London 4 settlers to order, general cargo
June 3 Brig John & Mary John Anderson 3 Apr Liverpool 2 settlers to W. Pemberton
June 3 Brig Phillis H. Grayson 37 days Workington 107 settlers to W. Pemberton
June 5 Brig Eagle E Henly 51 days Portsmouth 14 settlers to P. Patterson

This vessel landed some passengers at Prince Edward Island.

June 5 Brig Dominica Packet J. Clarke 5 May Londonderry 180 settlers to order, Provisions, &c.
June 5 Ship Rosina J. Brown 50 days Greenock Mr Jordan to P. Burnett
June 5 Brig Sarah E.H. Frank 43 days Cork 98 settlers to F.C. Robinson, salt, linen, &c.
June 5 Brig Francis J. Jones 28 days Demerara and Grenada   to R. Morrogh, rum, sugar, &c.
June 5 Brig Bennon Hunter 56 days Shields   to P. Burnett
June 5 Brig Superiour Bivale? 56 days Montrose 4 settlers to order, coals
June 5 Brig Margrett Wilkinson 12 Apr Workington   to G. Symes, coals
June 5 Ship Alexander Young 45 days Greenock 96 settlers to order
June 5 Brig Catharine Wake 3 weeks Sunderland 42 settlers to Hy. Atkinson, coals
June 5 Ship Rodie Read 32 days Belfast 165 settlers to Hancox & Cringan, provisions
June 5 Brig Nerina Peack 8 Apr Liverpool   to W. Pemberton
June 5 Bark Eliza and Ann Wisheart 46 days Newcastle   to Destmanville
June 5 Brig Industry Armstrong 56 days Newcastle   to P. Patterson & co
June 5 Ship Earl Fitzwilliam Jackson 16 Apr Hull 50 settlers to J. Lambly, bricks
June 5 Brig Jenny Nicholson 1 Apr London   to R. Hamilton
June 5 Brig Martin Boan 52 days Workington   to G. Symes, coals
June 5 Brig Marchioness of Huntly Thompson 41 days Aberdeen   to order
June 5 Brig True Briton Read 54 days Greenock 54 settlers to Richard Brown, general cargo
June 5 Brig Swan Fairlie 40 days Grenada   to Jas Ross, rum and molasses
June 5 Bark Chilton Chilton 40 days Hull   to R. Hamilton
June 6 Brig Erate Robinson 44 Days Jamaica Mr Wilitgan to Irvine McNaught & Co, rum and sugar
June 6 Brig Effort Taylor 38 days Plymouth   to P. Burnett
June 6 Ship Nimble Bag 37 days Grenada Mr Sullivan to Irvine, M'Naught & Co, rum and sugar

Intelligence-Saw the wreck of a Brig on shore just to the westward of Cape Gaspé, with the boats hauled up, and tents rigged on shore.

  State of the Thermometer, for the past week, at 8 o'clock A.M. 52, 55, 63, 61, 70, 55, 56.
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
June 6 Brig Belvoir Castle Miller 16 days Newfoundland   to G. Symes
June 6 Brig Juan Henderson 9 Apr Aloa   to M. Alison, iron and coals
June 6 Brig Prince of Wales Jackson 58 days Newcastle   to M. Sinton
June 6 Brig Britannia Clary 45 days Dublin 42 settlers to Maquay, soap and candles
June 6 Brig John Rennie 58 days Hull   to Bell & Stewart, general cargo
June 6 Ship Minerva Carricks 56 days Whitby   ro P. Patterson
June 6 Brig Antelope Kerr 50 days Jamaica Mr Moberley to Findlay & Co, rum
June 6 Schr Grace Moore 54 days Bally Castle 14 settlers to P. Sheppard, soap and candles
June 7 Brig Ajax Watson 42 days Dublin 183 settlers to Bell & Stewart
June 7 Brig Speculation Richards 45 days Plymouth 10 settlers to order, cordage, soap, &c
June 7 Frig Martinique Godfrey 42 days Grenada Mr Seon to Mr Seon, rum
June 7 Brig Belt Water 57 days Newcastle   to order, coal and bottles
June 7 Sloop Reward         with seal oil from the King's Post
June 7 Brigantine Queen Harvey 25 days Halifax   to P. Burnett, rum and sugar
June 7 Brig Margaret Roch 12 days Halifax   to order
June 7 Brig Renown Watt 49 days Leith 13 settlers to Bell & Stewart, general cargo
June 7 Brig Anglim Grayson 19 Apr Workington   to M'Roberts and M'Clean
June 7 Brig Constitution Gibson 38 days Harrington   to G. Symes, cordage and coals
June 7 Brig Scoern? Fell 36 days Workington   to G. Symes
June 8 Schr Brittannia Smith 32 days Halifax   to C.F. Sylwin, rum and sugar
  Intelligence-Captain Mulliphant and Crew of the Brig Mary of and from Waterford, with salt for Quebec has arrived, says he lost his vessel on the 23d May, near Cape Gaspe, in a thick fog; some of the materials saved, but the vessel a total wreck.

Brig Mary, Ship Ganshland, Brig Margarette, Ship Jane, Brig Mary Ann, Brig Roy, Brig Welhelmina, Brig Jack Tar, Brig Liddle, Ships Thomas and Doncaster, were not reported on their arrival at this port.

Castle of St. Lewis.
3d. June 1820
It is not expected that Persons should continue in Mourning for His late Majesty George The Third, and His late Royal Highness the Duke of Kent after Saturday the 10th of June instant.
J. Ready, Civil Secy.

June 8 Brig Sally Cuming 39 days Greenock 14? settlers to Hancox & Cringan, general cargo
June 8 Ship Suffolk Kenn 44 days Belfast 173 settlers to J. Brown, salt, cordage, &c.
June 8 Bark Grape Armstrong 41 days Plymouth   to M. Pemberton
June 8 Ship Mary Mustard 44 days London Lieut Horsely, R.N. and family and 1 in the steerage to M. Lymburner, government stores
June 8 Brig Governor Woodford Maxwell 39 days Barbadoes Mr Yarwood to J.D. Hamilton, sugar
June 10 Brigantine Acadian Toole 14 days Halifax   to Quirouet and Chinic, rum and Molasses
June 10 Schr Lark Cantolow 37 days Halifax   to P. Shepperd, molasses and sugar
June 10 Brig Brothers M'Kuen 36 days Liverpool   to order, earthenware
June 10 Brig George and Thomas Thompson 40 days Grenada Lieut Coltman and family, 60th and Mr Stewart to M.D. Sullivan, rum, sugar, &c.
June 10 Schr Industry Demeal 44 days Trinidad   to Captain, sugar
June 11 Schr President     from North Shore   to M. Lymburner, seal oil and furs
  Intelligence-Ship Suffolk has been on shore on Beaumont shoals and received damage. A Brig with provisions bound to Quebec, is lost on the Magdalen Islands, crew saved.

Reported this year from sea to the 10th June inclusive, 283 vessels, 74475 tons, Arrivals in 1819 up to the 1st July 371 vessels and 75504 tons.

State of the Thermometer, for the past week, at 8 o'clock A.M. 52, 52, 53, 63, 62, 60, 63.

Assize of Bread for this week
White loaf.....6
Brown do......9d.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
June 17 Ship Amity Gray 48 days London Mr Taite, N.W. Company, and 2 in steerage to H.. Atkinson
June 17 Brig Mary Ann Reid 53 days Liverpool Mr Scott and brother to John Scott, general cargo
June 18 H.M.S. Newcastle A. Fanshawe, Esq., Captain 7 June Halifax with Governor General, Family and suite  
June 19 Brig Europe Sedman 51 days London Mr Williams and Mr Coals to H.. Atkinson, stores
June 19 Brig John and Robert Swinton 21 days Newfoundland 2 in steerage to Bell & Stewart, rum and sugar
June 19 Bark Hawkbury Hunter 51 days London   to order
June 19 Brig Orion M'Kraken 26 May Newfoundland   to D. ross
June 20 Brig Harriot Fullford 51 days Liverpool Messrs. Morris, Jackson, Robe, and 2 settlers. Messrs. Jones and Co, Montreal, general cargo
June 20 Ship Laburnum Taylor 46 days Liverpool Messrs. Moir, Grainger, and one in steerage to W. Phillips, salt, goods and coals
  Notice
A Second Meeting of the Masters and Owners of British Vessels will be held on Saturday next the 24th instant, at noon, at the Exchange Coffee Rooms, on special business relative to the Shiping[sic] interest.
Archd. Campbell
20th June 1820.

State of the Thermometer, for the pas week, at 8 o'clock, A.M. 58, 61, 63, 65, 68, 74, 74.

Assize of Bread for this week
White loaf..........6
Brown do...........9d.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
June 20 Brig Ann Taylor 49 days Bristol   to order
June 20 Brig Betsey & Ann Haigh 59 days London   to Mr Burnett
June 20 Brig Neptune King 21 days Jamaica and N.B. Mr Harper to Mr Burnett, rum and sugar
June 20 Schr Providence Long 26 days St John's, N.B. 20 settlers to Mr Findlay, rum and sugar
June 20 H.M. hired Brig Chebucto R. Stewart 9 June Halifax    
June 20 Schr Sarah and Jane   13 days Halifax   to Melvin & Belanger, rum and sugar
June 22 Ship Halifax Packet Craigey 16 May Londonderry 170 settlers to W. Pemberton, provisions and soap
June 22 Brig Harmony W.F. Wilkie 51 days Jamaica   to C.F. Aylwin, rum
June 22 Ship Diana J. Longbotham 6 May Dublin   to W. Pemberton, general cargo
June 22 Ship Active Thomas Baird 29 Apr Belfast 154 settlers to order
June 22 Brig Martha M. Moore (dead) 6 May Dublin 115 settlers to order

and has the Quarantine Flag Flying

June 22 Schr Triton M'Pherson 25 days Halifax   to order, rum
  Drowned, on Saturday last, near the Steam Boat Wharf, at Point Levy, Peter Doyle, a native of Ireland, aged 25 years. He was in a boat with two others, which was driven by the current against the above brig. Doyle, who held an oar to prevent the boat from striking against the vessel, was thrown over-board the moment they tacked. The two others were left without any oar or paddle; and notwithstanding the unfortunate man remained about five minutes upon the surface of the water, crying for help, he disappeared without their being able to give him any assistance.

Among the lamentable failures of our times, may be considered the want of vaccine matter for inoculation. In vain has the discovery been made, if it be rendered abortive for want of the means of carrying it into effect. We know not where the fault lies, but we trust that it is not to be imputed to want of efforts on the part of the faculty. That dreadful scourge, the small pox, is known to be spreading among us; it is no less known that there is a preventative in nature; but, alas! it is not at hand.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
June 23 Brig Lustre W. Spencer 22 Apr London   to W. Pemberton
June 23 Ship Kingson W. Collinson 9 May Hull   to order
June 23 Brig Collins J. Wood 48 days Newcastle   to J. Butchart
June 23 Schr Chatham Crowell 14 May Demerara   to Patterson & Weir, rum
June 23 Ship Lord Cathcart T. Watson 40 days Cadiz   to M. Lymburner
June 23 Brig Three Sisters W. M'Alperle? 14 days Halifax 7 settlers to Melvin & Belanger, rum and sugar

Intelligence: H.M. Ship Newcastle is said to have been on shore at ? M. off St. Thomas.

June 24 Brig Lord Hill H. Hanson 40 days Jamaica   to Patterson & Weir, rum, sugar, and coffee
June 24 Brig Atlantic R. Harper 2 May Dublin 160 settlers to W. Pemberton
June 24 Brig Sceptre W. Colcrough 34 days Jamaica   to order, rum and sugar
June 24 Brig Neptune J. Wright 39 days Belfast 240 settlers to Hamilton Brothers & Co
June 24 Brig Isabella J. Robinson 14 May Dublin 195 settlers to P. Abbott
June 24 Ship Earl of Buckingham Thomas Johnson 42 days Greenock 200 settlers to Mr Burnett

Has been on shore in the Traverse.

June 24 Brig Maria Robt. Key 4 May New Ross 150 settlers to ? J. Black
June 24 Brig Mary S. Fish 54 days Liverpool   general cargo
June 24 Brig Margaret P. Fisher 49 days Jamaica   to Patterson & Weir, rum and sugar
June 25 Ship Asia W. Ward 42 days London 11 officers and 139 men of the 60th, 70th, and 76th regts. To order
June 25 Ship Minerva J. Franklin 11 May London   to Mr Burnett
June 25 Brig Duke of Wellington J. Wilson 42 days Londonderry 173 settlers to G. Ross
June 25 Ship Haywood Charles Putnell 36 days Liverpool 8 settlers to P. Patterson, salt
June 25 Ship Severn Thomas Warren 42 days Bristol Miss Dounton to T. Patterson
June 25 Ship Blucher R. Popham 14 May Cadiz 3 seamen to order
June 25 Brig Perceval M. Forrest 49 days London   to P. Burnett
  Brig Neptune now lies at the Quarantine ground, having 1 dead and 7 sick. Brig Isabella, ditto, having 9 dead and 7 sick.

State of the Thermometer, for the past week, at 8 o'clock, A.M. 78, 83, 78, 72, 67, 68, 66.

On the 19th instant, Capt. Robinson, of the Brig Erato, to Susanna, daughter of Mr. Thomas Mackie, Caller, &c. of this city.

The Passengers of the Maria, from Ross (Ireland) Robt. Key, Master, Think it but due to him, thus publicly to express their grateful and warm thanks for his unceasing kindness and attention to their comforts on the Passage. Owing to Capt. Key's judicious administering of simple though necessary medicines may be contributed the general good health enjoyed by every individual on board in number 114.

Wm. Graves,
D.L. Munay, M.D.

Signed for selves and Steerage Passengers,
John Dobson
Charles Frizell.

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