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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  
June 26 Brig Pilgrim Robert Kennedy 47 days Newcastle 14 settlers to Mr Burnett
June 26 Brig Tasso J. Peart 40 days London   to Mr Burnett
June 26 Brig Prince William D. Davies 50 days Newcastle   to M. Lymburner
June 28 Ship Agincourt K. Railston 47 days London Mr & Mrs Robinson, and 1 child, Mr Crass, Mr Cliff, and 2 in the steerage to Heath & Moir, general cargo
June 29 Brig Thomas Harris 35 days Limerick 89 settlers to order, tobacco, rum, &c.
June 29 Brig 7 Brothers Fenwick 46 days Newcastle   to M. Lymburner
June 30 Ship Princess Royal Hewison 32 days Grenada   to Mr Seon, rum
June 30 Brig Ann Bowman 49 days Whitehaven   to Mr Jackson
June 30 Brig Minerva Williamson 52 days Greenock 60 settlers to order, general cargo
June 30 Brig Ann Starks 60 days Belfast   to McRoberts & Co., wine, &c.
June 30 Brig Henry Irvine 13 May Liverpool 20 settlers to Froste and Porter, general cargo
June 30 Brig Ann Whitly 57 days Wexford 63 settlers to order
June 30 Ship Diadem Edmond 41 days London   to P. Patterson & Co.
June 30 Brig Albion Botily 40 days Lisbon   to Mr Brunette, salt
June 30 Bark Speculation Douglass 50 days Greenock 120 settlers to Mr Spence, general cargo
  Shipping, arrived this Season 345. Settlers 6260.
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
July 1 Brig Santon Gaitskill 46 days Newry 75 settlers to order, wine and provisions
July 1 Brig David Christie 55 days Newcastle    to M. Lymburner
July 1 Brig Henry Atkinson 50 days Newcastle    to P. Burnett
July 1 Brig Aurora Cellis 65 days Whitehaven    to Froste and Porter, sugar and coals
July 1 Brig Britannia Watson 45 days Newry 127 settlers to W. Pemberton, wine &c.
July 1 Brig Jean Innis 16 days St John, Nfld Mr M'Douall and 11 settlers to order, wine and glass
July 1 Brig Ariadne Blackaller 45 days Madeira    to Stewart & Lemoine, wine
July 1 Ship Brunswick Blake 42 days London Mr Noad and family, Miss Lockart and 2 in steerage to order
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
July 3 Brig Spencer Haggap 56 days Shields    to M. Lymburner
July 5 Ship British Army Stephens 45 days London    to M. Lymburner
July 5 Brig Margaret M'Gill 56 days Liverpool Mr. Smith, Miss Kenedy, and 17 settlers to Irvine, M'Naught & Co., salt
July 5 Brig Baltic Farman 45 days Plymouth    to H. Atkinson
July 6 Brig Roberts Pace 56 days London    P. Burnett
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
July 6 Brig Maria Thornthwaite 51 days Dublin 188 settlers to J. Maquay
July 6 Brig Catharine Drysdale 14 May Belfast 200 settlers to order
July 6 Ship Andersons Teesdale 8 May Hull 9 settlers to order
July 6 Brig Helena Caruthers 38 days Tobago    to Maitland & Co., rum
July 6 Ship Hyperion Lashly 46 days London    to P. Burnett
July 6 Brig Clitus Hanton 19 days St. Johns, N.F.L.   To Bell & Stewart
July 8 Ship Lord Mulgrave Tindall 49 days London   to P. Patterson
July 8 Ship Lark Chut 59 days Newcastle   to P. Burnett
July 10 Ship May Patterson 54 days Chatham   to M. Lymburner
July 10 Brig Hope Patterson 64 days Newcastle   to order
July 10 Brig Henrietta Morrison 29 May Madeira   to Captain, wine
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
July 12 Brig Briton R. Barry 56 days Sunderland 96 settlers to H. Atkinson
July 12 Schooner Spring Bird G. Walsh 25 days Halifax Messrs Howe and Williamson to Quirouet, Chinic & Co., rum sugar, &c.
July 12 Brig Anna J. Jones 48 days Antigua   to Heath & Moir, rum, &c.
July 13 Brig Orange G. Patterson 6 May Jamaica Mr Shee to Bell & Stewart
July 13 Ship Friends E. Sherwood 63 days London   to H. Atkinson
July 13 Brig Stapleton J. Rowland 52 days Liverpool   to Froste & Porter, salt
July 13 Brig Port Spain Asdile 4 June Jamaica   to B. wood, rum and sugar
July 14 Brig Albion Harper 46 days Dublin 133 settlers to P. Burnett
  Several other vessels arrived, but not reported.
Shipping, 376. Settlers, 7033.
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
July 14 Brig Phillis Grayson       returned, having lost both anchors
July 15 Ship Hope J. Banner 17 days St. John's, N.F.L.   To Mr. Burnett
July 15 Bark Generous Planter R. Woodward 52 days Plymouth   to P. Patterson
July 15 Ship Hardys R. Hardy 49 days London   to Mr. Burnett
July 15 Bark Oxenhope A. Donaldson 45 days Chepstow   to A. George
July 15 Brig Clarence Luccock 8 May Cadiz   to order
July 15 Brig Thetis W. Raisback 14 May Hull 1 settler to order
July 15 Ship Sir J.H. Craig James Dease 54 days Leith 100 settlers to Bell & Stewart, iron, stoves, &c.
July 15 Brig Nancy A. Storey 53 days Plymouth   to R. Hamilton & Co.
July 15 Schooner Margaret Toole       put back with loss of anchor
July 15 Bark Elizabeth and Sarah         put back with loss of anchor
July 15 Ship Mary Eliza E. Follins 11 May Jamaica   to Heath & Moir, rum and sugar
July 15 Schooner Lucey Jas. Frecker 36 days Fayal Mrs Stevenson and Mr Carement to Mr Sheppard, wine and fruit
July 17 Schooner Mary and Betty Thos. Lambert 49 days Wexford 55 settlers to Mr Newton
July 17 Brig Harvey R. Millar 15 days St John's, N.F.L. 7 settlers to Mr Sinton
July 17 Brig Joseph R. Blackburn 53 days Shields   to Mr Atkinson
  Vessels spoken by the Ship Mary Eliza, from Jamaica to Quebec:
June 28. Bark St. Lawrence, from Quebec to London, between Anticosti and Cape Rozier.
29. Brig Penrose, of Waterford, bound to Waterford. Brig Cherub, of Glasgow, bound to Glasgow, off S.W. end of Anticosti.
July 6. Brig Leopard, bound to Kingston, Jamaica, off Bic.

State of the Thermometer, for the past week at 8 o'clock. A.M. 70,73,62,63,70,70,71.

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

Arrived at the Port of Quebec   
July 18 Brig Drake P. Dwyer 46 days London   J. Hunt
July 19 Brig Diamond J. Watson 35 days St Vincent   to Messrs Irvine & Co., rum & sugar
July 19 Brig Brothers Price 24 days Havre De Grace, N.F.L.   To J. Wragg & Co.
July 19 Brig Henry J. Harrison 2 June London   to H. Atkinson
July 19 Brig Friends W. Souter 8 weeks Peterhead   to M. Sinton
July 19 Ship Majestic J. Charteris 54 days London   to H. Gowen
July 19 Ship Pitt J. Hamilton 51 days Belfast 285 settlers to Hancox & Co.
July 19 Ship Briton J. Reid 43 days Portsmouth   to P. Patterson & Co.
July 19 Brig Brothers Price       has been on shore on White Island Shoal, and received damages.
July 19 Brig Jessie and Charlotte John Stewart 23 days St John, N.F.L.   to order
  Intelligence, &c.-The Brig Brothers, Price, has been on shore on White Island Shoal, and received damages.

Total vessels arrived this season, 394-Settlers, 7421.

Missing, from on board the Brig Waller, from Liverpool, a case Hosiery, marked 8 (in a diamond) No. 51. Any information regarding it will be thankfully received by
Chaffers, Bolton & Co.
Goudie's wharf,
July 17, 1820.

A Bill has been found by a Middlesex Grand Jury against Edwards for high treason. It appears that he ordered and paid for the pikes found in the possession of the Cato-street conspirators. He is invisible.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
July 20 Brig Whitby J. Scott 25 May London Mr G. Kerr to Campbell & Sheppard
July 21 Brig Woodman Thos Robson 29 days  Jamaica   to Pattersons & Weir, rum and sugar
July 21 Brig Kent John Sterling 57 days London 171 settlers to J.W. Woolsey, Esq., salt and wine
July 21 Ship Benlomond W. Rettry 7 weeks Greenock 218 settlers to Irvine, M'Naught & Co., sugar and hardware
July 21 Brig Banty George Hunt 9 weeks Sunderland   to order
July 21 Ship Barrick R. Smith 44 days London  

to W. Price

Arrived at Mal-Baye

July 22 Brig Columbia J. Hamilton 48 days Dublin   to W. Pemberton
July 22 Ship Lord Wellington R. Harrison 3 June London   to M. Lymburner
July 22 Brig May Flower Wm. Dobson 44 days Dublin   to order
July 22 Brig Jason Archd. Davidson 37 days Teneriffe   to Heath & Moir, wine
July 22 Brig Brown Charles Pilkington 7 weeks London Mr. Perkins and family, Mrs Yarwood and family, Mr Attrill? And Mr Karns, J.B. Blanchet, Esqr., Surgeon, Messrs Fuller, J. Minuel, Ed. Hutten, Steebb, Griffin, Mrs Horse, Miss Auckins and seven in steerage to order.

Took up five of the crew of a schooner wrecked on the Labrador coast - 27 of her passengers were lost.

July 24 Ship Huddart Appleton 17 May Deptford 61 passengers to order, Government Stores
July 24 Sir George Prevost D. Morrison 47 days Portsmouth G. Gries, Wm. Venus, and W. Ansell to P. Patterson & Co.
  State of the Thermometer, for the past week at 8 o'clock. A.M. 63, 70, 71, 70, 72, 74, 72.

Intelligence-The Queen landed at Dover, on the 6th June.
The Brig Brown took up five of the crew of a Schooner wrecked on the Labrador coast - 27 of her passengers lost.
Capt Davis, of the Jason, reports the Hibernia, Graham from New York, at Teneriffe, on the 13th June.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
July 27 Ship Duck Stanly 16 days N.F.L.   To Jas. Hunt
July 27 Brig Neptune Clark 10 June London Mr Dunn, Mr McGrigar and child, Mrs Blacklock and 1 in steerage to Gerrard, Finlay & Co.
July 27 Ship Reward     North Shore   to N.W. Co., brings the remainder of the passengers of the Schooner wrecked off Trinity Bay on the 14th inst. She was from the Island of St. John bound to Quebec, there was only 15 saved out of 43, they were settlers who had arrived from Ireland last June and the spring.
July 28 Ship Harmony Norman 48 days Hull   to Hamilton & Co.
July 28 Schr Providence Seer 20 days N.F.L.   To order, salt
July 28 Brig Effort Farrant 8 June Cork 108 settlers to Mr Robinson, wine, candles
July 28 Brig Hugh Grig 48 days Trinadad   to McRoberts & McLean, rum and sugar
  Capt. Harper, of the Brig Atlantic, was unfortunately drowned, on Monday evening, while attempting to go on board his vessel.
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
July 30 Ship Simpson Simpson 53 days Whitby   to Campbell & Sheppard
July 31 Brig James Atkinson 53 days Belfast 277 settlers to W. Pemberton, rum, wine and ballast
  The sloop Reward, brought the remainder of the passengers of the Schooner wrecked off Trinity Bay, on the 4th instant, she was from the Island of St. John, bound to Quebec.-They were settlers who had arrived from Ireland-15 of the passengers were saved, out of 43.

Shipping 414 - Settlers 8375

State of the Themometer, for the past week, at 8 o'clock A.M. 72, 72, 72, 72, 72, 72, 72.

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

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Aug 5 Ship Commerce N. Coverdale 21 June Greenock 402 settlers (Lanark county settlers)
Aug 7 Brig Lord St. Helens Kirton 6 weeks London   to H. Atkinson
Aug 7 Ship Surry Garbutt 6 weeks London   to H. Atkinson
Aug 8 Bark Ann Clark 76 days Shields 10 settlers to Mr. Burnett, glass, &c
Aug 10 Brig Margaret Oliphant 16 June Leith Mr. Peddee, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson and family and 52 settlers cargo glass and ballast
Aug 10 Ship Will Pitt Richardson 9 June London Mr. Beaumont wife and child, Mr. Blacklin, Capt. Reed's (70th Regt.) Wife and servant to P. Patterson & Co.
Aug 10 Brig Lightfoot Potts 42 days Whitehaven   to Heath & Moir, coals and rum
Aug 10 Ship Minerva Dale 25 June Portsmouth   to P. Patterson & Co.
Aug 10 Brig Queen Graham 54 days Newcastle 4 settlers W. Price
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Aug 12 Brig Dwina Thompson 49 days Belfast 133 settlers to Stewart & Lemoise
Aug 12 Ship Alfred Bacon 49 days London Mr. Thorne and Mr Parson to H. Atkinson
Aug 12 Ship John and Mary Chalmers 60 days Liverpool   to George Symes
Aug 12 Ship Trusty Mather 10 weeks London   to Mr. Price
Aug 13 Brig Alpha M'Cormick 51 days Liverpool 12 settlers to Froste & Porter, salt and coals
Aug 13 Brig Bruce Alex. Greig 60 days Aberdeen Messrs Shea & Froyer, Miss Dalrymple and 8 in steerage to Hamilton & Co., bricks and goods
Aug 13 Brig Lanstaphan Castle J. Thomas 2 months Ross 42 settlers to J. Black
Aug 13 Brig Diligence R. Kirk 10 weeks Leith 10 settlers to P. Burnett
Aug 13 Ship Henry J. turner 70 days London   to P. Patterson
Aug 13 Ship Thomas and Mary J. Dysart 49 days Cork 7 officers and 86 men of the Royal Artillery to Govie
Aug 14 Brig Argus H. Wilkinson 56 days Dumfries 73 settlers to G. Symes
Aug 14 Brig Speculation Thomas Chapman 63 days Liverpool 29 settlers to Irvine & Co., salt & goods
Aug 14 Brig British Tar M. Palmer 46 days London   to W. Price
Aug 14 Brig Hope J. Duncan 51 days Greenock 44 settlers to Irvine & Co.
Aug 14 Ship Aurora P. Earl 53 days Liverpool   to H. Atkinson
Aug 14 Ship Benj. & Mary Coates 49 days London   to H. Atkinson
Aug 14 Brig British King chambers 1 July London Mr. Relfs to H. Atkinson
Aug 14 Brig Elizabeth Magden 27 June London Colonel Phillott, & Mr. Jomer Government provisions
Aug 15 Schr. Kitty Quilier 60 days Plymouth   to order, wines and goods
Aug 15 Brig Geo Hodgson Nash 49 days Jamaica   to Melvin & Belanger, rum
Aug 15 Brig Cambria Handley 32 days Berbice   to Bell & Stewart, rum
Aug 15 Brig Rambler Pope 55 days Hull 35 settlers to H. Atkinson
Aug 15 Schr. Sir J.T. Duckworth Mosiers 17 days Bermuda Mr. Masters, Snr to Heath & Moir, rum
Aug 15 Brig Ann Cowey 43 days Plymouth   to Campbell & Sheppard
Aug 15 Brig Mary Cowman 55 days Liverpool 9 settlers to Irvine & Co., goods
Capt. Adamson and Crew of the Ship Agnes are come up, having lost their Ship, on her voyage from hence, on the 9th of July last, in the Straits of Belisle, the Ship is a total loss, saw the master and 2 men of the Brig Paragon, who wintered on Newfoundland, the only three saved from the said Brig last fall; she was lost going through the Straits of Belisle.

For London
The fine fast sailing Brig Henry, 300 Tons Register, has excellent accommodations for a few passengers, will sail about 25th inst.-Apply to Capt. John Harrison on board, off Mr. Goudie's Warf[sic], or to Mr. Robt Daikin, jun. Cul-de-sac.
Quebec, 14th August, 1820.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Aug 15 Bark Liberty J. Meggett 58 days Hull 9 settlers to H. Atkinson
Aug 15 Ship Glory E. Ponnder 11 days Halifax Dr. Melvin and Family, Mrs M'Neil and child to Melvin and Belanger, Govt.. Stores
Aug 15 Brig Industry M'Donald 35 days Demerara   to F.C. Oliva, rum, sugar, &c.
Aug 15 Brig Mary W. Inglis 47 days Coleraine 67 settlers to M'Roberts and M'Clean, linen, &c.
Aug 15 Brig Edward W. Cleaves 57 days Barbadoes    to R. Hamilton & Co., sugar
Aug 15 Brig Betsey D. Wither 49 days Greenock 78 settlers to Mr. Burnet
Aug 15 Brig Friends G. Richardson 49 days London      
Aug 15 Ship Esa W. Gray 56 days London   to Mr Kerr
Aug 17 Brig Rover J. Smith 50? days Newport   to J. George, iron
Aug 17 Brig Gemina? R. Tate 49 days Dublin   to Bell and Stewart
Aug 17 Brig Thos. Pym & Penrose S.S. Owen 65 days Waterford   to M. Fayle
Aug 17 Brig Britannia W. Barclay 59 days Liverpool Mrs Murray and Daughter, Messrs. Dale, Reid and Willmott to Millar and Fariane
Aug 17 Schooner Dove W. Huntable? 21 days St. Lawrence, N.F.L.    To J. Hunt
Aug 17 Ship Duchess of Richmond Cook 45 days Oban 266 settlers to Lawrie and Spence, coals, rum, &c.
Aug 18 Ship Royal Sovereign Cromarty 67 days Portsmouth    to M. Lymburner
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Aug 20 Ship Brock Dougal Cowan 6 weeks Greenock 176 settlers to Rogerson, Hunter & Co.
For London,
The good Ship Lord Wellington, 411 tons, Capt. Harrison, can accommodate a few passengers, the Cabin having been fitted up in a superior style for the East India service, will sail on or about the 5th September. Apply on board lying off Wolfe's Cove, or to Mr. R. Dalkin, Jr. Cal-de-sac.
Quebec, 22nd August, 1820.

State of the Thermometer, for the past week, at 8 o'clock. A.M. 60, 57, 62, 66, 58, 57, 60.

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

Post Office,
Quebec, 22d August, 1820
A Mail for London, per the Ship Severn, Capt. Warren, will be made up and closed at this Office, to-morrow, Wednesday, the 23d inst. At 4 P.M.
Hy. Cowan, P.M.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec   
Aug 20 Ship Brock Dougal Cowan 6 weeks Greenock 176 settlers to Rogerson, Hunter & Co. (Lanark county settlers)
  State of the Thermometer, for the past week, at 8 o'clock. A.M. 60, 57, 62, 66, 58, 57, 60
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Aug 21 Ship William A. Spencer 12 June Portsmouth   to Mr. Lymburner
Aug 24 Brig Vulcan R. Brown 27 June London   to Hamilton & Co.
Aug 24 Brig Free Briton J.S. Moffat 14 June London   to Mr. Price
Aug 24 Schr. Mary Sivrac     North Shore    to Mr. McTavish, salmon, oil, furs
Aug 24 Brig Henry Lewes 15 July Plymouth   to Mr. Burnett
Aug 24 Brig Amphion Little 60 days Dublin 76 settlers to L. Maquay
Aug 25 Brig Glenianer? Murry 8 July Tobermorry 18 settlers to Heath & Moir

landed 129 settlers at Cape Breton

 

A Mail for London, by the Transport ship Thomas & Mary, will be closed on Saturday, the 28th instant, at 4 o'clock, P.M.

A Mail for Liverpool, by the ship Heywood, will be closed on the same day, at 9 o'clock, A.M.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Aug 26 Brig Carrier Tucker 25 June Liverpool Mrs Howett and family, Mr Gillis to Froste & Porter, salt and coals
Aug 26 Ship Lady Juliana Smith 56 days London   P. Patterson & Co.
Aug 26 Brig Retrieve Hague 32 days Gibraltar   to order, salt
Aug 27 Brig Hannah Sevin 48 days Dublin 120 settlers to Mr Black
Aug 27 Schr. Providence Long 21 days St. John's N.F.L.   To Captain
  State of the Thermometer, for the past week, at 8 o'clock, A.M. 67, 68, 68, 72, 64, 58, 61.

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

Wants a situation, As a servant, who understands his business in every station belonging to servitude, a smart, active young man, a native of Ireland, and landed on Thursday last from Dublin, by the Brig Amphion. The advertizer has lived in his last situation, in Ireland, for eleven years, and can produce from his master the most satisfactory reference as to his conduct, in every way & he can be also recommended by a gentleman, resident in this city, to whom he has had a letter from his master in Ireland; (I will get rest....)

Arrived at the Port of Quebec    
Aug 29 Ship Thomas Wm Bothwick 11 July Portsmouth 46 officers and men of the 76th, 37th, 60th and 70th regt. To R. Hamilton & Co.
Aug 30 Brig Zephyr James Wilson 56 days London   to Heath & Moir
Aug 30 Brig Jemima Edward Doyle 49 days Dublin 77 settlers to W. Pemberton, wine, canvas, &c.
Aug 31 Brig Martha Denwod 76 days Dumfries 34 settlers to Geo. Symes
Aug 31 Ship Prompt Nairn 4 July Greenock 370 settlers to Geo. Ross (Larnark county settlers)
  Total ships arrived this season.......487
Settlers arrived..........................10,501
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Sept 4 Duchess of Bedford Hawkins 15 July London    to W. Price
Sept 4 Bark Hope Royal 6 July London   to R. Hamilton & Co.
Sept 5 Brig Alexander Ferguson 56 days Greenock 112 settlers McRobert & McLean
Sept 5 Brig Ann Brace 35 days St. Kitts   to Mr Burnett, rum
Sept 5 Brigantine John Dunscomb Hastic 57 days Jamaica Mr. Wardle to M. Shaw & Co., rum, coffee and molasses
Sept 5 Schooner     North Shore   to Mr McTavish, salmon
   The Steam-boat Quebec, having left Quebec for Montreal on Saturday morning, returned yesterday about 9 o'clock, A.M. having sustained some injury about her engine. She landed some of her passengers at Champlain.

State of the Thermometer, for the past week, at 8 o'clock, A.M. 63, 67, 68, 53, 60, 71, 70.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Sept 7 Ship George John Nagers 32 days Madeira    to Bell & Stewart, wine, rum and cordage
Sept 8 Brig Grace Jono Pattison 47 days Demerara   to Mr. Brown, rum, sugar and molasses
Sept 9 Brig Norval Geo. Skinner 60 days London   to Irvine, M'Naught & Co.
Sept 9 Ship Euphrates J. Chanceller 58 days Scarbro' 10 settlers P. Patterson
Sept 9 Brig Fevne? J. Fenwick 42 days London 6 officers and 36 men of the 76th, 37th, 68th, &76 b. to order
Sept 9 Brig Victory D.A. Smith 52 days Jamaica Mrs Bray, Mrs Ford, Miss Jones, Mr Morgan, Mr Faryib, 4 settlers and Mr Aberfanie to Findlay & Co., rum and sugar
Sept 9 Brig Glasgow A. Craig 18 days Halifax Mr. W. Young and 13 settlers to R. hamilton, coffee, molasses, &c.
Sept 9 Sloop Reward     King's Posts   to Mr. M'Tavish, salmon, oil, furs
    Capt Resignole, of the Schooner Magdeleine, of Quebec, bound to St. Vincent has arrived, says he lost his vessel in lat. 21 deg. 20 min. north, long. 57 deg 30 min. on the 20th June last & crew taken out by a ship bound to St. John's, N.B.

Capt Craig says, a brig is on shore near I'Islette-the brig is the Mary of Coleraine, outward bound, supposed a total loss.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Sept 12 Brig Rachel Thomas Sutton 62 days London   to R. Atkinson
Sept 15 Brig Sceptre Thomas Gibson 57 days Bristol   to R. Hamilton & Co.
Sept 14 Ship Lynx Redpath 45 days Plymouth   to order

The Lynx sailed from Plymouth on the 20th August, but unfortunately brought no papers

Sept 14 Brig Weir Thomson 42 days Hudson Bay   to order, furs
Sept 15 Brig Belleisle Hartness 56 days Liverpool   to Froste & Porter
Sept 15 Atalania Utting 2 months Liverpool Mr. & Mrs Fowke to Irvine & Co, salt and coals
  Total vessels arrived this season........507
Ditto Settlers ditto.........................10,780
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Sept 19 Bark John Howard Smith 11 Aug Cork 9 settlers to Campbell & Sheppard, cargo goods, wine, 2d voyage
Sept 19 Brig Union Wallace 23 July London Mr. and Mrs Dean and 4 servants, Mr and Mrs Barnaby, Mr Mahenson and 3 settlers to G. Symes, cargo goods
Sept 19 Brig Ann Brough 29 July Liverpool   to R. Morsough, general cargo
Sept 19 Ship Morence Wood 63 days London Mr Martin to P. Patterson
Sept 19 Brig Mary Dunn 31 days Southampton   to W. Pemberton, 2d voyage
Sept 19 Schooner     ?   to Jacob Pozer
Sept 19   Schr       "    to M. Lymburner
Sept 19   Schr       "    to D. Stewart
Sept 19 Brig Hope ------- ------- Bristol   to A. George, iron &c.
  State of the Thermometer, for the past week, at 8 o'clock, A.M. 51, 49, 59, 62, 67, 54, 49.
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Sept 20 Brig Penelope John Chisholm 56 days Glasgow Revd Mr. Stanton and family, Mr J.P. Connell, Mr M'Nichol and brother, Mr O'Farrell and Mr Black and 60 settlers to R. Brown, general cargo
Sept 21 Brig Susan W. Taylor 65 days London   Froste & Porter, general cargo
Sept 21 Brig Felicity James Mickle 2 Aug Belfast 63 settlers to M'Roberts and M'Clean
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Sept 25 Brig Wellington Thos Taylor 65 days Gibraltar   to Bell & Stewart
Sept 25 Ship Nautilus N. Mitchell 43 days Plymouth   to H. Atkinson
Sept 26 Brig Clyde Scott 61 days Sunderland 1 settler to Mr Bruce, earthenware and coals
Sept 26 Brig Mary     Islette    she was stranded at Islette, bound for Colraine
   State of the Thermometer, for the past week, at 8 o'clock, A.M. 46, 42, 48, 53, 55, 52, 36.
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Sept 28 H.M. Ship Nautilus Chapman     Jamaica          
Sept 30 Brig Brothers James Young 17 Aug Cork 4 settlers to Geo Kerr
Oct 1 Ship Nassau W.P. arossard 54 days Waterford Mr Maighon and 10 settlers to M. Fayle
Oct 1 Brig Patriot A. Anderson 18 Aug Liverpool   to Heath and Moir
Oct 2 Ship Europe Willis 18 Aug London    to P. Patterson & Co.
Oct 2 Brig Carricks Spark 18 Aug Liverpool    to G. Symes
   The Alexander, Geo Symes, Hunter and the Patriot arrived at Liverpool on the same day, 24th July-The Hunter is gone to Jamaica. The Æoles and Jane were to sail shortly.

State of the Thermometer, for the past week, at 8 o'clock, A.M. 40, 54, 46, 54, 22, 48, 58.

 Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Oct 3 Brig Penrose Foley 14 Aug Liverpool          
Oct 4 Brig Hope Geo. Simpson 29 July Belfast 143 settlers   
Oct 7 Brig Maria J. Peebles 49 days Limerick   to Finlay & Co., whiskey
Oct 7 Brig Bolden Thos Barrett 67 days Londonderry Mr M'Cheffsles and 4 settlers to W. Pemberton
Oct 8 Brig Mary Ann J. Moore 50 days Aberdeen    to Heath & Moir
Oct 8 Ship Isabella John Dodd 7 July Hull D. Commissary Genl Adams & family and 8 settlers to Hamilton, Brothers & Co.
Oct 8 Ship Hannah S. Webber     London     to P. Patterson & Co.
Oct 8 Ship Amity Thos Campbell 50 days London    to Caldwell & Davison
Oct 8 Brig Union A. M'Koll 19 Aug Liverpool   to Mr Orkney, coals

The Union saw a ship on shore near the west end of Anticosti with only her foremast standing.

Oct 9 Brig Jane W. M'Grach 63 days Waterford    to order
Oct 9 Brig Ann G. Shaw 48 days Sligo 9 settlers to Mr Burnett, ballast and salt
Oct 9 Ship Triton J. Marshall 19 Aug London    to P. Patterson
Oct 9 Brig Alexander Robt Marshall 39 days Liverpool Mr and Mrs Lewis and children to J. J. Jones, general cargo
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Oct 10 Ship Mary John Taylor 19 Aug London     to order
Oct 11 Brig Robert J. Neil 44 days Greenock 1 settler to order
Oct 11 Brig Union John Craig 54 days Irvine    to order
Oct 11 Brig Hayle? H. Watts 18 Aug London     to Hamilton & Co.
Oct 11 Ship Camillus M. Marshall 31 Aug Liverpool     to J. Jones, Jr., salt and coals
Oct 11 Brig Hope J. Middleton 61 days Liverpool    to Hamilton & Co.
Oct 11 Brig Jane ? 44? days Ayr Mr. Brown, Mrs Cothwood and two daughters, and Mr Hamilton to Melvin and Belanger
Oct 11 Ship Rebecca A. Harvey 28 Aug Greenock Mr and Mrs W. Davidson, Mr. Davidson, Mr Lane, Mr Marshal and 50 settlers to Laurie and Spence, rum and goods
Oct 11 Brig Harriet W. Govin 40 days Demerara Mr. McIntosh to J. Jones, Jr, rum
Oct 11 Brig Scipio? Geo Ker 53 days Plymouth Mr Pen, Ordinance Dpt. To Caldwell and Davidson
Oct 11 Brig Prince of Austurias A. Donald 22 Aug Dublin 43 settlers to Mr. Pentland

Spoke the James Kempt, off the Bird Islands.

   Capt Murdock of the Brig Jane, died last Sunday, after an illness of three weeks.

Vessels arrived this season, .......353
Settlers, do.............................21,168

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Oct 14 Brig Clarkestone J Seavier 29 Aug Greenock      
Oct 14 Eliza Harvey    Liverpool    is on shore at Batture de Milles Vaches
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Oct 17 Bark St. Lawrence Douglass 30 Aug from the Downs London Captain Parker and lady, Captain Stephens, Mrs Smith, Mrs Symes, Mrs Kate and son, 15 settlers to W. Newton, general cargo
Oct 18 Brig Alert Caldwell 23 Aug Liverpool    to Froste & Porter, salt and coals
Oct 18 Brig Surrey M'Kellop 17 days Halifax Mr Brown to Mr. Browne, rum and sugar
Oct 18 Brig Nautilus Watson 35 days St. Michael's    to H. Atkinson, fruit and wine
Oct 18 Bark Sir James Kempt Stewart 39 Aug Cork    to Campbell & Sheppard
Oct 18 Brig Favourite Smith 31 Aug Liverpool 3 settlers to Charles Hunter, salt & goods
Oct 18 Brig George Symes Bushby 20 Aug Liverpool Mr Webster and 1 settler to G. Symes
Oct 18 Schooner Jane & Mary    17 days Halifax    rum and sugar
Oct 18 Brig Waller Hanney 1 Sept Liverpool Mr Freres (Friars) and family, and 4 settlers to Mr. Chafiers
Oct 18 Sloop Reward       King's Posts    to Mr M'Tavish, salmon, oil, &c.
Oct 18 Brig Swan Fairlie 35 days Grenada  Mr Urquhart, and Mr Hood and servant J. Ross, rum and molasses
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Oct 20 Ship Broke D. Cowan 18 days St. John's, N.F.L. 2 settlers    
Oct 20 Ship Knapton G. Mainland 17 Aug Scarboro'        
Oct 20 Brig Ann Wm Scott     Dublin     came up on shore, near Egg Island on 14th and fears she will be lost
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Oct 29 Brig Eliza Harvey 19 Aug Liverpool    on shore near Mille Vaches and received damage got off on ?
Oct 31 Ship Spring Skeleton 30 Aug London      
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
Nov 2 Brig Hope E. Biggs 70 days Belfast     Caldwell & Davidson
Nov 3 Governor Woodford R. Maxwell 44 days Barbadoes    J.D. Hamilton
Nov 3 H.S.M. Brig Bellere Capt Baker 14 days Halifax      
Nov 3 Brig Broughton W. Wilson 30 days (from Portsmouth) London Mr Gould (Gold), Mr Thompson, Mr Templeman, Mrs Templeman, Master Wills and 2 settlers to W. Pemberton, Govt. Stores
Nov 5 Brig Jean Late Murdock       returned with loss of anchor, cable, and windlass
 

Ship Mary & Eliza returned with the loss of an anchor.

State of the Thermometer, for the past week, at 8 o'clock, A.M. 43, 39, 39, 39, 38, 35, 33.

A Mail for Liverpool, by the Brig Alexander, will be closed on Thursday next, the 9th inst. At 11 o'clock, A.M.

             

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