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appendix: Immigration to and Emigration from Nova Scotia 1815-1838 prepared by J.S. Martell, 1942

Ships to and from Nova Scotia 1815-1838

The information included here is chiefly drawn from Customs Returns, Government correspondence and contemporary newspapers. The Martell appendix is the preliminary source of this information, however additional material will be included, from a variety of sources. There are no passenger names, with the exception of a list of Scottish settlers to Pictou in 1816, [see] a muster roll of Welsh passengers in 1818 [see], and the survivors of the wrecked Dispatch in 1828 [see] and Saint Lawrence, Tobermory to Ship Harbour 1828 [see]. Where a source is quoted as PANS, that citation may now be outdated, as the Public Archives of Nova Scotia (PANS) is now referred to as NSARM (Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management).
note about omissions &c.: a - Some arrivals in the "shipping news" section of the newspapers included names of passengers, thought to be Cabin class, and not immigrants, so are not included. b - Passengers on ships bound to ports other than Nova Scotian, are not included in totals. c - Shipwrecked passengers are not included it totals, unless there was reason to believe they stayed in the Province. — In the contemporary documents for this period, the term Emigrant is often used in place of Immigrant, so consider 'Emigrant' as an inclusive categorization for Immigrant. The nationality of the passengers is arbitrarily indicated by country of departure of the ship, rather than the origin of the passengers.

note: The formal archiving of passenger lists for Canadian arrivals did not begin, for the ports of . . . Quebec 1865 . . . Halifax 1881 . . . St. John 1900 etc. . . . see Canadian Records and also check Passenger Lists for additional early passenger lists, or, lists of passengers found from a variety of sources.

1815 | 1816 | 1817 | 1818 | 1819 | 1820 | 1821 | 1822 | 1823 | 1824 | 1825 | 1826 | 1827 | 1828
1829 | 1830 | 1831 | 1832 | 1833 | 1834 | 1835 | 1836 | 1837 | 1838

Abbreviations:
C.O. = Colonial Office
Idem = from the same author or publication or source
op. cit. = opere citato in the work cited
PANS = Public Archives of Nova Scotia
Pass: = Passengers
viz = videlicet namely

1830
Halifax
Irish: PANS, Vol. 238, Doc. 27, Customs Returns of Immigrants at Halifax, 1830 — 174 Irish
  Novascotian June 3 brig Solon 30 days, Waterford 150 passengers
  Idem, supplement Aug. 5 John & Mary Belfast passengers
Scots: PANS, Vol. 238, Doc. 27, Customs Returns of Immigrants at Halifax, 1830 — 115 Scots
  Acadian Recorder April 17 brig Aberdeenshire 35 days, Aberdeen 6 steerage
      ship Romulus 16 days, Greenock 1 steerage
  Idem April 24 brig Albion 34 days, Aberdeen 7 steerage
English: Acadian Recorder April 17 packet ship Atlantic 19 days, Liverpool 2 steerage
  Idem May 8 packet ship Halifax 30 days, Liverpool 10 steerage
  Idem May 29 brig Blagdon 59 days, London 23 passengers
      ship Justinian 42 days, London 10 steerage
      brig Margaret Ritchie 48 days, Liverpool 7 steerage
  Idem Aug. 14 packet ship Halifax 40 days, Liverpool 7 steerage
  Idem Oct. 14 ship London 52 days, Liverpool 5 steerage
  Idem Oct. 28 ship Thalia, 50 days out of London, bound for Halifax, went ashore near "Chizencook" [sic] on Oct. 23. "Two of the passengers" arrived at Haifax that day. The Thalia got to sea again and reached Halifax the following week (Novascotian, Nov. 4, 1830)
  Idem Nov. 4 packet ship Atlantic 24 days. Liverpool 8 steerage
Passengers from the United States
  Acadian Recorder April 17 brig James 12 days, Boston 6 steerage
  Idem Aug. 14 brig Cordelia 3 days, Boston 5 steerage
  Idem Oct. 23 brig Cordelia 4 days, Boston 8 steerage
Sydney
Scots: C.O. 217/143, Customs Returns of Immigrants at Sydney, 1830 994 Scots
PANS, Assembly Mss., Miscellaneous B, 1832, Petition of T.E. James, Health Officer at Sydney, January 10, 1932
August 28 1830 brig Malay, Covesdale Tobermory, Scotland 211 passengers
      brig Malay continued to Quebec where she arrived September 10th, with 50 settlers
    1830 brig Crown, Harvie, from Glasgow 18th July, landed 209 passengers at Cape Breton, N.S. vessel continued to Quebec.
English: September 9 1830 brig Margaret Liverpool 37 passengers
Margaree
Scots: PANS, Vol. 67, Docs., 19&20, R.H. Hay to Lt. Gov. Maitland, June 14, 1830
"I am directed by Secretary Sir George Murray to transmit to you herewith enclosed a List of Forty nine families who are proceeding as Settlers from the Isle of Skye to Cape Breton ; and I am to convey to you Sir George Murray's authority for granting One hundred Acres of Land to each of these families in Cape Breton, and three hundred Acres to the head of the Party, free from all charges other than the usual fees." List follows. 250 people in all. Alex Beaton was the leader. . . . (list of passengers)
They settled at Margaree. On Nov. 16, 1830, the Council in Halifax considered a petition from "Alexander Beaton and other Emigrants lately arrived from Scotland at Margaree in the County of Cape Breton setting forth their distressed situation . . ." £100 was granted for their relief out of the King's Casual Revenue. (Council Minutes)
Arichat
Irish: PANS, Vol. 337, Doc. 20, Clement Hubert, J.P. to Lt. Gov. Maitland, Arichat, October 15, 1830
". . . The peaceable inhabitants of this community are threatened with instant destruction of their lives and property by a lawless and merciless mob of Irishmen, many of them just arrived from Newfoundland, and a great number yet expected—This feeling has been caused by the Election which terminated here yesterday. Many have been wounded and one of the Irishmen killed, by the Scotch party, when attacked by the Irish—the Scotch remaining peaceable when left alone—The Scotch have all gone home and the Irish [are] left to act as they please . . ."
Pictou
Irish: Colonial Patriot May 29 brig Benjamin, Shaw Waterford 300 passengers
      brig Bittern, Wick   passengers
Gut of Canso
Scots: Colonial Patriot Oct. 2 brig Corsair, Greenock, Address of 38 "Passengers and Heads of Families," dated at the Gut of Canso, Sept. 11, 1830, thanking the Captain and Chief Mate of the Corsair for "their unremitting attention to us."
Pugwash
Irish: Novascotian July 15 Charlotte Keen 41 days, Belfast passengers
Port Herbert
Irish: Novascotian June 10 brig Kelton, 35 days from Cork, bound for St. John, N.B. wrecked at "little Port le Bear" on June 1st. "175 passengers," 12 lost their lives.
Elsewhere
Scots: Colin MacDonald, op. cit. p.45 ship Dunlop, Greenock, "settlers for Nova Scotia"
1831
Halifax
Irish: Novascotian April 21 brig Adelphi 18 days, Cork 241 passengers
  Idem May 26 ship Argyle 40 days, Waterford 240 passengers
    (The Acadian Recorder, May 21, 1831, reported 225 passengers)
      brig Don 38 days, Waterford 153 passengers
    (The Acadian Recorder, May 28, 1831, reported 135 passengers)
  Idem June 9 brig Aurora 29 days, Waterford 101 passengers
  Idem June 16 brig Archibald 32 days, Belfast 31 passengers
  Idem June 30 brig Hibernia, 42 days, Kinsale, "with 200 passengers, hove to off the mouth of the harbour . . . and landed about 50 of them in boats, and then proceeded on her passage"
  Idem July 14 schooner Carleton 15 days, St. John's Nfld. 4 steerage
  Idem Aug. 4 On July 25, the Acadia, out of Sydney, C.B., spoke the brig Duncan, 42 days out of Dublin, bound for St. John, N.B., with 250 passengers, short of provisions, "supplied her with fish, water, &c. ; was informed by passengers that the captain had been for several days in a state of intoxication, and did not know where the vessel was ; that they [the passengers] intended next day to put her in charge of the mate and make for the first port.—The Govt. brig Chebucto sailed [from Halifax] on Friday evening in search of the above vessel, and has not yet returned [July 30]."
"The master of a schooner from Arichat, reports that the brig Duncan from Ireland, bound to New Brunswick, landed about 100 passengers at Mary Joseph and then proceeded on her passage—about 70 of these had taken passage for Halifax,"
  Idem Aug. 11 "The Chebucto fell in with the brig Duncan, on the 1st, off Beaver Harbour, and supplied her with provisions; she had only about 60 passengers on board, bound to St. John, the remainder, about 200, had left her, and were on there way to this place [Halifax]."
      barque Lady Sherbrooke, out of Londonderry, bound for Quebec, "about 300 passengers," was wrecked near Cape Ray, Nfld., in July, 1831. Only 27 passengers survived. They were taken to Sydney, C.B., and then to Halifax, arriving at the latter place on August 8, in the schooner Pomona.
  Idem Aug. 25 schooner Success St. John's Nfld. passengers
Scots: Acadian Recorder April 23 brig Albion 30 days, Aberdeen 17 steerage
  Idem April 30 barque Romulus, out of Greenock, bound to Halifax, "with a general cargo and Passengers," went ashore in the Bay of Islands, about 70 miles east of Halifax. Passengers and crew saved.
  Idem Sept. 3 brig Aberdeenshire 39 days, Aberdeen 20 steerage
English: Novascotian June 30 brigr Hope 48 days, Liverpool 20 passengers
  Idem Sept. 1 ship Minstrel 59 days, London 50 steerage
  Idem Nov. 3 ship Halifax 35 days, Liverpool 9 steerage
  Idem [Dec] 8 brig Polperro 69 days, Jersey 6 steerage
Passengers from the United States
  Acadian Recorder Feb. 26 brig Cordelia 60 hours, Boston 6 steerage
  Idem June 11 brig Cordelia 10 days, Boston 6 steerage
  Idem July 23 schooner Mary Ann New York 20 passengers
  Idem Aug. 13 brig Cordelia 8 days, Boston 15 steerage
  Idem Nov. 12 brig Cordelia 3 days, Boston 5 steerage
  Idem Dec. 10 brig Cordelia 45 hours, Boston 2 steerage
Passengers from British North American Colonies
Ad: In the Novascotian of July 21, 1831, there was the following notice:
TO CARPENTERS, MASONS, &c.—Some years since, when the rage for Ship building gave such an impulse to every kind of business, many of our mechanics emigrated to the adjoining Provinces, where employment was to be had on better terms than at home. Should this meet the eye of any who are out of employ, we would advise them to make their way back as fast as possible. The works at the Canal and the Citadel—the numerous houses in course of erection, and the laying down of platforms on the side walks of the town [Halifax], keep our Masons and Carpenters in constant and profitable activity—and so great is the demand for labor, that we know several persons who delay to build or repair, because it is almost impossible to procure mechanics."
  Acadian Recorder July 2 brig Mary Catherine 8 days, Quebec passengers
  Novascotian July 21 schooner Aurora 14 days, Quebec 20 passengers
  Idem Aug. 11 schooner James McDonald Miramichi 12 passengers
  Idem Sept. 1 schooner Favourite Quebec and Miramichi 18 passengers
  Idem Oct. 13 schooner Relief 21 days, Quebec 14 passengers
  Idem Oct. 27 schooner Lavinia 8 days, St. John, N.B. 10 women & 14 children, pass.
Sydney
Scots: PANS, Assembly Mss., Miscellaneous B, 1832, Petition of T.E. James, Health Officer at Sydney, January 10, 1932
  June 19 1831 schooner Six Sisters, "106 passengers from Scotland," landed at "Great Bas d'or"
  September 3 1831 ship Cumberland, "392 passengers from Scotland"
  September 24 1831 brig Breeze, "267 passengers from Scotland"
Irish: June 8 1831 schooner Powels, "Passengers from Newfoundland"
  August 20 1831 brig Hybernia, "180 Irish Passengers"
Pass: August 11 1831 brig Mary Ann, "250 passengers"
Pictou
Irish Colonial Patriot May 28 brig Pandora 32 days, Waterford 130 passengers
  Idem Aug. 20 barque William Harrington 45 days, Limerick 115 passengers
Scots: Colonial Patriot Aug. 20 brig Corsair, 49 days, Cromarty, "bound to Quebec with passengers, 161 of whom landed here in good health"
  Idem Aug. 27 brig Rover Cromarty 116 Highland emigrants
  Idem Sept. 10 brig Lord Brougham Inverness emigrants
  Idem Sept. 17 barque Industry 43 days, Inverness emigrants
Granville
Irish: PANS, Assembly Mss., Miscellaneous B, 1832, Petition of Jacob Woster of Granville
". . . about the middle of the Month of July 1831 Captain McDonough of the schooner Adelaid landed near the Gut of Annapolis about 60 Emigrants from Galway in Ireland . . ."
Wallace
Scots: Novascotian July 14 schooner Six Sisters, Stornoway, "with 20 passengers having landed 120 at Capr Breton."
Liverpool
English: Novascotian Nov. 10 ship Nautilus Liverpool 14 steerage
1832
Halifax
Irish: Novascotian April 12 barque Pallas, 43 days Cork, "passengers" at quarantine.
The Novascotian of the 19th of April says that the Pallas cleared for St. John, N.B. with "passengers." As there is no suggestion that the Pallas was forced into Halifax, it may be assumed that she left some passengers there.
  Idem April 26 brig Wellington 26 days, Cork 128 passengers
  Idem May 31 brig Betock 47 days, Waterford 126 passengers
  Idem June 7 brig Jane 38 days, Waterford 111 passengers
      brig Jane 55 days, Cork 101 passengers
      "The brig Susan was to sail from Cork, for this port with passengers"
      "The Betok left at Waterford, a ship of 450 tons to sail in 10 days, with passengers for this port."
  Acadian Recorder June 9 brig Friends 34 days, Waterford 181 passengers
      "the barque Hippo was to leave [Waterford for Halifax] in about 10 days with passengers."
  Novascotian Aug. 23 barque Minstrel 62 days, Cork 145 passengers
  Acadian Recorder Dec. 8 schooner Betsy and Nancy 25 days, St. John's, Nfld. 14 passengers
Scots: Novascotian April 19 brig Albion 42 days, Aberdeen 31 passengers
  Idem April 26 brig Clyde 26 days, Greenock 14 passengers
      barque Isabella 23 days, Greenock 10 steerage
      brig Aberdeenshire 35 days, Aberdeen 40 steerage
  Idem Sept. 20 brig Aberdeenshire 43 days, Aberdeen 39 passengers
  Acadian Recorder Oct. 6 ship Acadia 33, days, Greenock 9 passengers
English: Novascotian April 5 brig Mary-Ann 41 days, Liverpool 44 in steerage
  Idem April 19 ship Halifax 34 days, Liverpool 4 in steerage
  Idem May 3 ship Jean Hastie 28 days, Liverpool 26 passengers
  Idem May 10 ship Janet 30 days, Liverpool 8 passengers
  Halifax Journal May 28 brig Lady Dunmore 23 days, Liverpool 32 in steerage
  Acadian Recorder July 28 brig Walker 60 days, London 4 passengers
  Novascotian May 31 brig Argus 47 days, Jersey 8 passengers
Welsh: Acadian Recorder   schooner Naomi 49 days, Aberswaish 22 passengers
Passengers from the United States
  Novascotian May 24 brig Cordelia 70 hours, Boston 2 steerage
  Acadian Recorder Aug. 4 schooner William Henry 9 days, New York 7 passengers
  Novascotian Aug. 16 brig Cordelia 3 days, Boston 1 steerage
  Acadian Recorder Sept. 8 brig Jane 12 days, New York 7 passengers
  Novascotian Sept. 27 brig Cordelia 4 days, Boston 2 steerage
  Idem Nov. 8 brig Cordelia 3 days, Boston 1 steerage
Passengers from British North American Colonies
  Novascotian May 31 schooner Lavinia St. John, N.B. 13 passengers
  Idem June 28 schooner Marie Catherine 21 days, Quebec passengers
  Acadian Recorder July 21 steamship
Royal William

(see details of this ship)
2½ days, Miramichi 40 steerage passengers
  Novascotian Aug. 2 schooner Thomas Wyer St. John, N.B. 14 passengers
  Idem Aug. 23 schooner Lavinia St. John, N.B. 22 passengers
  Acadian Recorder Aug. 25 brig Kate 14 days, Quebec 42 passengers
      (The Novascotian of Aug. 23 reported "12 passengers."
  Novascotian Sept. 6 schooner Messenger Miramichi 30 passengers
  Idem Dec. 13 brig Mary 14 days, Quebec 14 passengers
Sydney
Scots: PANS, Vol. 282, Doc. 28
July 1 — October 10
      Port of Departure
Passengers
Immigrant Tax
July 10   Six Sisters Stornoway 102 £25/10/0
    Mary Ann Stornoway 121 30/05/0
Aug. 10   Albion Tobermory 59 14/15/0
    Earl of Fife Stornoway 20 5/00/0
Sept. 10   Jessie Tobermory 313 78/05/0
    Northumberland Tobermory 355 88/15/0
    Eldon Tobermory 121 30/05/0
        1,091 £272/15/0
  ship Eldon sailed from Sydney to Quebec, with 116 settlers, arriving October 10th 1832 [see Quebec arrival]
English: Novascotian July 19 brig Cartha, Liverpool, "344 passengers, 105 landed, the remainder for Quebec." [see Quebec arrival]
Pictou
Scots: Novascotian May 17 brig Phoenix, Greenock, "bound to Bay Chaleur," "most" of the 132 passengers to be landed at Pictou, "all in good health."
  Idem July 19 brig Sylvanus Cromarty 196 Highland emigrants
  Idem Aug 9 brig Canada, Inverness bound for Quebec, "landed 130 passengers"
  Colonial Patriot July 28 brig Blagdon, Cromarty, "passengers." Like the Canada, she went on to Quebec with "passengers," but some were presumably left at Pictou.
  brig Blagdon arrived at Quebec August 20, with 132 settlers
Wallace
Irish: Colonial Patriot Aug. 4 brig John & Mary Belfast 68 passengers
Antigonish
English: Novascotian July 19 Lucas Manchester passengers
Liverpool
Pass: PANS, Financial Mss., Provincial Treasurer's Account Book, 1830-1832, p.58
Passenger money totalling £4/10/0 was received from the Customs Collector at Liverpool on Oct. 4, 1832. The number of passengers is not given, but at 5/0 a head, it would be 18.
Gut of Canso
Pass: PANS, Lieutenant-Governor, Incoming Correspondence, Nathaniel Clough to Maitland, Canso, May 12, 1832
Asks for appointment as Health Officer for the Gut of Canso where vessels were "almost daily arriving, anchoring and sometimes landing passengers."
1833
Halifax
  PANS, Vol. 282, Doc. 81. "An account of Money Received at this Office under the Provincial Statute of the 2 William 4—ch 18—on passengers arriving from Great Britain between the 13 April & 25 Oct. 1833"
(The type of ship, port of departure, and days of passage when found in the newspapers have been inserted in brackets)
headings: | Date | Vessel | Number of Passengers = No.of Pass. | With Certificates = w.cert | Without Certificates = w'out.cert | Amount received in Currency = Amount |
Date 1833 Vessel No.of Pass. w.cert w'out.cert Amount
13 April (brig) Albion (30 days, Aberdeen) 26 26   £6.10.0
  (brig) Aberdeenshire (30 days, Aberdeen) 13 13   £3.05.0
15 April (ship) Jean Hastie (20 days, Greenock) 6   6 £3.00.0
19 April Acadian (Greenock) (5 cabin, 2 steerage) 8 8   £2.00.0
  Halifax (Liverpool ?) (12 passengers?) 13 13   £3.05.0
22 April (brig) John (23 days, Greenock) 3 3   £1.05.0
23 April (barque) Lunenburg (29 days, Liverpool) 2   2 £1.00.0
29 May (brig) St. Catherine (38 days, Waterford) 138 138   £34.10.0
30 May Nautilus 2 2   10.0
  Eliza 8   8 £4.00.0
  Janet 6   6 £3.00.0
31 May Corsair 3   3 £1.10.0
11 June (brig) Highlander (41 days, Leith) 41 41   £10.05.0
  (ship) John Porter (35 days, Liverpool) 2 2   10.0
15 June John & Mary 1 1   05.0
17 June (brig) Union (53 days, Cork)
Novascotian / Acadian Recorder "11 pass."
30 30   £7.10.0
18 June (brig) Magdaline (53 days, Jersey) 22   22 £11.00.0
19 July Fame 2   2 10.0
22 July (ship) Jean Hastie (33 days, Greenock) 8 8   £2.10.0
20 Aug. Ann 7 7   £1.15.0
2 Sept. (brig) Corsair (27 days, Liverpool) 6 6   £1.10.0
16 Sept. (brig) Albion (31 days, Aberdeen)
Novascotian reported 43 passengers
31 30 1 £7.00.0
20 Sept. (brig) Aberdeenshire (39 days, Aberdeen) 21 21   £5.05.0
11 Oct. (barque) Acadian (33 days, Greenock) 11 10 1 £3.00.0
23 Oct. (barque) Thalia (41 days, London) 7 7   £1.15.0
  (barque) James (44 days, Liverpool) 5 5   £1.05.0
  Mary Ann 1   1 10.0
    423 373 50 £118.05.0
Irish: Novascotian June 6 schooner Sydney 14 days, St, John's, Nfld. 30 passengers
  Idem June 20 schooner Dolphin 10 days, St, John's, Nfld. 10 passengers
  Idem Aug. 22 brig Creole 13 days, St, John's, Nfld. passengers
English: Novascotian Aug. 25 brig Castlecalm, 61 days, London "21 passengers" (The Acadian Recorder of July 27, 1833, reported "11 passengers")
Passengers from the United States
  Novascotian Mar. 21 brig Cordelia 5 days, Boston 1 steerage
  Idem May 16 brig Cordelia 3 days, Boston 1 steerage
  Idem June 6 brig Cordelia 60 hours, Boston 2 steerage
  Idem June 20 schooner Eclipse 6 days, New York 2 steerage
  Idem July 4 steamship Royal William 2 days, Boston 1 steerage
  Idem Aug. 1 brig Cordelia 3 days, Boston 4 steerage
  Idem Aug. 29 schooner Agenoria 12 days, New York 4 steerage
  Idem Nov. 14 brig Cordelia Boston 12 steerage
Passengers from British North American Colonies
  Novascotian May 23 schooner John 18 days, Quebec 12 passengers
Pictou
  Colonial Patriot June 18 brig Charlotte, Kerr Glasgow passengers
    Hugh Denoon of Pictou, writing to the Provincial Treasurer, Charles Wallace, on June 19, 1833, said: "a few Emigrants Say above 40—have landed here from Greenock." (PANS, Financial Mss., Revenue, Temporary Duties, Passenger Money, 1833). The Collector of Customs at Pictou, J.H. Noonan, collected passenger money from 50 people on the Charlotte Kerr. His date of entry, July 10, 1833, is evidently incorrect. (PANS, Vol. 282, Doc.85)
  Idem July 23 brig Jane Key, 46 days, Cromarty and Thurso, "106 Passengers for Pictou and 60 for Quebec—all in good health"
  Idem July 30 brig Zephen [sic - Zephyr], Inverness, "125 passengers for Quebec, and 51 passengers for Pictou"
  PANS, Vol. 282, Doc.85 — Oconomist, [?] Leith, 42 passengers [Economist ?]
  Idem — Robert and Margaret, Cromarty, 66 passengers
  Idem — brig Charlotte Kerr, Islay, 2 passengers
Irish: Colonial Patriot Aug. 27 ship Molly Moore Waterford 38 passengers
Sydney
 

No reports were found of immigration at Sydney, but the following extracts from correspondence have a bearing on the problems faced by the authorities in Cape Breton in dealing with shipwrecked and poor immigrants.

PANS, Financial Mss., Passenger Money, op. cit., C.E. Leonard to [Charles Wallace], Sydney, June 8 1833
"We are now sending to Halifax upwards of 200 out of 400 [immigrants] who have been wrecked within the last 3 weeks . . . [The sight of] the starving Emigrants of last year wandering about the Country looking for food is distressing beyond conception. Some of them [are] digging up the few seed potatoes which they had planted to keep themselves alive. Such casualties connected with the increase of the mines establishment have almost caused a famine in this small Community."

PANS, Financial Mss., Import and Excise, C.E. Leonard to [Charles Wallace], Sydney, Aug. 12, 1833
"The expense for provisions & Supplies [for] the wrecked Emigrants here amounted to upwards of £100—£45 of which has been paid to Judge Marshall from the Emigrant fund by Sir Rupert George's order with directions to the Collector [of Customs and passenger money] to pay such monies as he may collect from that fund to Mr. Marshall until the demand is paid off here, consequently the Masters of the Small Vessels are not likely to receive any from us this Season or indeed the other claiments it being doubtful whether any more Emigrants will come this year."

PANS, Financial Mss., Passenger Money, op. cit., C.E. Leonard to [Charles Wallace], Sydney, Dec. 27 1833
"I enclose the amount of Money received by myself from the Emigrant fund. The first charge of £52 you will find the Road Commissioner Accts. & receipts for among the accounts of last year 1832.
"The next £25 paid Judge Marshall and Myself was distributed to about Fifty Scotchmen which I have his orders for and which can be transmitted with the amount of distribution if required
"The other sums I now forward the receipts for—"
The money specified in these letters, £122 in all, as coming from the immigrant fund plus the money from the same fund referred to in general terms would appear to justify an estimate (at five shillings per head) of between 500 and 1,000 immigrants at Sydney in 1833.

Ship Harbour
Scots: PANS, Financial Mss., Passenger Money, op. cit., John Jean (Collector of Customs) to Charles Wallace, Arichat, August 23, 1833
Brig Amity, from Creek Tobermory, Port of Greenock, landed 258 "passengers" at Ship Harbour on August 21. Jean collected the passenger money—£64/10/0
Pugwash
Irish: PANS, Financial Mss., Passenger Money, op. cit., Michael Gordon (Collector of Customs) to Charles Wallace, "Customs House Cumberland." July 24, 1833
brig Latonia, from Dublin, landed "176 passengers" at Pugwash. Gordon travelled forty miles to Pugwash to get the passenger money —£44.
1834
Halifax
Irish: Novascotian May 8 brig Molly Moore 21 days, Waterford 119 passengers
      The Molly More [sic] in twenty-one days from Waterford, has brought 110 passengers, who are all in good health — they are mostly young men — seventy of them intend to settle in Cape Breton. They land at a good season of the year, and it is probable most of the others will find employment in the town or the country. — Halifax Gazette
  Idem May 22 brig King Waterford passengers
  Acadian Recorder May 24 barque Ceres 42 days, Sligo 47 passengers
      (The Novascotian of May 29 reported that the Ceres had "172 passengers" and was bound for St. John. Presumeably 47 were landed at Halifax)
  Novascotian May 29 brig Henrietta 8 days, Carbonear, Nfld. 30 passengers
  Idem June 5 brig Jane 45 days, Waterford 108 passengers
      brig Eden 32 days, Cork 181 passengers bound to Bay Chaleur
      (Novascotian, June 12; Cleared—brig Eden, "Bay Chaleur, in ballast"
Scots: Novascotian May 1 ship Acadian 29 days, Greenock 14 steerage
  Idem May 8 ship Jean Hastie 25 days, Greenock 13 steerage
      brig Aberdeenshire 57 days, Aberdeeen 24 passengers
  Idem Aug. 28 brig Albion 28 days, Aberdeen 31 steerage
  Idem Sept. 18 brig Aberdeenshire 44 days, Aberdeeen 11 steerage
  Idem Oct. 2 ship Jean Hastie 33 days, Greenock 7 steerage
English: Acadian Recorder May 8 brig Damon 23 days, Jersey 27 steerage
Passengers from the United States
  Acadian Recorder Mar. 27 brig Cordelia 3 days, Boston 2 steerage
  Idem May 1 brig Cordelia 4 days, Boston 3 steerage
  Idem June 19 brig Cordelia 3 days, Boston 4 steerage
  Idem Aug. 7 brig Halifax 5 days, New York 9 steerage
      brig Cordelia 4 days, Boston 5 steerage
  Idem Aug. 28 brig Cordelia 60 hours, Boston 11 steerage
  Idem Sept. 11 brig Micmac 4 days, Boston 4 steerage
  Idem Oct. 2 brig Cordelia Boston 6 steerage
  Idem Nov. 20 brig Cordelia 60 hours, Boston 3 steerage
Passengers from British North American Colonies
  Acadian Recorder July 17 schooner Brothers 11 days, Miramichi 20 passengers
Pictou
  PANS, Vol. 282, Doc. 118 ; Financial Mss., Passenger Money, op. cit., 1834
Scots: July 7 1834 Chieftain Cromarty 119 passengers
July 28 1834 William Henry Cromarty 102 passengers
August 18 1834 Mercator Greenock 5 passengers
August 20 1834 George Barclay Greenock 47 passengers
English: May 12 1834 Sceptre London 3 passengers
  May 14 1834 Stephen Newcastle 7 passengers
  May 22 1834 Elizabeth Newcastle 1 passenger
Irish: August 30 1834 Molly Moore Waterford 14 passengers
  No reports were found of immigration at Sydney. Passenger money paid into the Provincial Treasurer from different places amounted to £307 in 1834 (PANS, Vol. 400). This was not the total amount paid at the various ports, as some was always withheld for local expenses, but it affords a basis for figuring. It is known that £74, in passenger money was paid at Pictou. At five shillings a head, the amount for Halifax would have been about £149. The balance, or most of it, £84, probably came from Sydney where, it seems safe to say, at least 300 to 350 immigrants landed in 1834.
1835
Halifax
Irish: Novascotian June 25 brig Timanda 37 days, Waterford 66 passengers
  Acadian Recorder July 4 schooner Tria, 3 days, Sydney, "with 94 passengers and crew of the ship William Ewing, wrecked off Scatarie"
  (The Acadian Recorder of July 18 has a report from Sydney to the effect that the William Ewing had about 300 passengers from Londonderry. They were almost all saved and the greater number of them sent to Quebec. The others went to Halifax, but were finally sent to Quebec. Minutes of Council, July 7, 1835).
Ad:
NOW IN PORT,
FOR QUEBEC,
The fine first-class copper-fastened Ship
WILLIAM EWING,
Burthen 850 Tons,
ROBERT SUTTlE, COMMANDER,
To Sail 22nd April

THE WILLIAM EWING having now established her character for making remarkable quick passages, and being a very comfortable vessel in every respect, no more desirable opportunity can offer for the accommodation of Passengers. An abundant supply of Fuel and water will be put on board for the voyage. For Freight or Passage apply to Mr. Samuel Morton, Strabane; Mr.Lavens Mathewson, Newtownstewart; Mr. William Elliot, Omagh; Mr. John Halliday Enniskillen; Mr. Thomas Glen, Lisnaskea; Mr. David Maxwell, Irvinestown; Mr Michael Lipsett, Ballyshannon; Mr. Thomas Patterson, Letterkenny; or the Subscriber,
JOHN MUNN.

Derry, March 31, 1835.

  Novascotian Oct. 8 brig Cordelia 6 days, St. John's Nfld. 28 steerage
Scots: Novascotian April 30 brig Albion 38 days, Aberdeen 25 steerage
      brig Aberdeenshire 41 days, Aberdeen 7 passengers
  Idem Sept. 24 Acadian 24 days, Greenock 6 steerage
  Acadian Recorder Sept. 12 brig Aberdeenshire 46 days, Aberdeen 7 passengers
English: Novascotian May 14 ship Halifax 33 days, Liverpool 3 steerage
Pass: Idem Sept. 10 schooner Lady Ogle 2½ days, Sable Island 44 passengers
Passengers from the United States
  Novascotian Jan. 22 brig Cordelia 60 hours, Boston 3 steerage
  Acadian Recorder Mar. 14 brig Cordelia 8 days, Boston 5 steerage
  Novascotian May 7 brig Cordelia 4 days, Boston 5 steerage
  Idem June 4 brig Cordelia 5 days, Boston 4 steerage
  Idem June 25 brig Cordelia 60 hours, Boston 1 steerage
  Idem July 23 brig Cordelia 5 days, Boston 4 steerage
  Idem Aug. 20 brig Cordelia 55 hours, Boston 7 steerage
  Idem Sept. 10 brig Cordelia 60 hours, Boston 7 steerage
  Idem Oct. 8 brig Halifax 4 days, New York 6 steerage
  Idem Oct. 29 brig Cordelia 4 days, Boston 6 steerage
  Idem Nov. 5 schooner Industry Boston 9 steerage
  Idem Nov. 19 brig Cordelia 50 hours, Boston 2 steerage
  Idem Dec. 10 brig Cordelia 70 hours, Boston 5 steerage
Sydney
  PANS, Vol. 338, Doc. 72, Customs Returns of Immigrants at Sydney, 1835 331 "free Emigrants"
Pictou
  No reports were found of immigration at Pictou. Passenger money paid into the Provincial Treasurer from different places amounted to £177 in 1835 (PANS, Vol. 400). At five shillings a head, the 611 passengers from Britain at Halifax and Sydney, recorded above, would account for £152. £25 or more probably came from Pictou and, if so, passengers there numbered 100 or more.
1836
Halifax
  PANS, Financial Mss., Passenger Money, op. cit., 1836
The passenger money received by the Provincial Treasurer from the Collector of Customs at Halifax £144, accounts for about 570 passengers landed at that port in 1836. Under the amendment to the Passenger Act, two children (between 7 and 14) and three children (between 1 and 7) counted as one adult.
Irish: Novascotian May 26 brig Bob Logic 42 days, Cork 86 passengers
  Idem June 2 brig Eagle 34 days, Waterford 122 passengers
      (The Eagle cleared for Miramichi with "passengers," probably 11, because the Acadian Recorder of May 28 records the arrival of the Eagle with "109 passengers.)
      Elizabeth 45 days, Cork 75 passengers
  Idem June 9 brig Molly Moore 35 days, Waterford 70 passengers
  Acadian Recorder June 11 schooner Michael Wallace 3 days, Sable Island 17 passengers
      "The brig Lancaster . . . 70 days, from Dublin, Cargo Whiskey, Porter &c. 77 passengers, bound to New York, on the 21st May—Cargo and passengers saved ; the vessel has been set on fire by the Captain."
  Idem July 2 brig Maria 3½ days, Sable Island Whiskey, Porter & 67 passengers
  Novascotian July 28 schooner Water Witch 9 days, St. John's, Nfld. 9 or more passengers
Scots: Novascotian May 12 brig Albion 43 days, Aberdeen 38 steerage
  Idem Sept. 22 brig Albion 42 days, Aberdeen 49 passengers
English: Acadian Recorder May 21 brig Argus 43 days, Jersey 18 passengers
  Novascotian June 2 brig Buchanan 35 days, London 7 steerage
Passengers:
  Acadian Recorder, September 10th & 17th and November 12th
American ship Florida, 45 days, Havre, with "250 passengers mostly, we believe, natives of Germany," bound for New York, put into Halifax for repairs on September 6. She did not leave until November 9, 1836. The Acadian Recorder of September 17 reported that fifty of the passengers who "possessed money sufficient to pay their passage to Boston" embarked on the Acadian on September 12. Some of the other passengers for the United States in September and October were probably from the Florida. The number on board when she finally sailed was not reported in the newspapers.
Passengers from the United States
  Acadian Recorder Jan. 30 brig Cordelia 6 days, Boston 3 steerage
  Novascotian Feb. 4 brig Cordelia 6 days, Boston 8 steerage
  Idem May 5 brig Cordelia Boston 2 steerage
  Idem June 9 brig Acadian 6 days, Boston 4 steerage
  Idem July 7 brig Acadian 4 days, Boston 6 steerage
  Acadian Recorder July 23 brig Acadian 70 hours, Boston 4 steerage
  Novascotian July 28 brig Halifax 4 days, New York 10 steerage
  Idem Aug. 4 brig Cordelia 4 days, Boston 2 steerage
  Idem Aug. 11 brig Acadian 3½ days, Boston 5 steerage
  Idem Aug. 18 schooner Industry 4 days, Boston 1 steerage
  Idem Aug. 25 brig Cordelia 4 days, Boston 1 steerage
  Idem Sept. 8 brig Acadian 3½ days, Boston 7 steerage
  Idem Sept. 29 brig Acadian 2 days, Boston 6 steerage
  Idem Oct. 13 brig Halifax 7 days, New York 10 steerage
  Idem Oct. 20 brig Acadian 68 hours, Boston 4 steerage
  Acadian Recorder Dec. 17 schooner Industry 60 hours, Boston 15 passengers
Sydney
Pass: PANS, Vol. 338, Doc. 72, Customs Returns of Immigrants at Sydney, 1836 281 "free Emigrants"
Scots: Idem Vol. 252, Doc. 88, John G. Marshall to T.W. James (Deputy Provincial Secretary), Sydney, September 14, 1836 ; Idem Vol. 150, p.130, T.W. James to J.G. Marshall, September 28, 1836
ship Clansman had "lately arrived" at Sydney with "a great number of Scotch Emigrants." Some of them had small pox and the disease was spreading, but 200 of them had got off the ship before they could be stopped. The others were still on board.
St. Ann's
Scots:

PANS, Vol. 313, Doc. 82, Petition of Rev. Norman McLeod and others, St. Ann's, November 8, 1836
"104 improvident emigrants from the Highlands of Scotland" had "lately arrived" at St. Ann's.

PANS, Vol. 252, Doc. 101, Report of Customs Officers, Sydney, January 5, 1837
ship Albion, Tobermory, landed "75 passengers" at St. Ann's on December 6, 1836
(see also Rev. Norman McLeod and followers' subsequent migration to New Zealand 1851 to 1859)

Pictou
Passengers
  PANS, Financial Mss., Passenger Money, op. cit., 1836
The passenger money received by the Provincial Treasurer from the Collector of Customs at Pictou, £34, accounts for about 130 passengers landed at that port in 1836
  PANS, Vol. 252, Doc. 90 ; Financial Mss., Passenger Money, op. cit., 1836
      Port of Departure
Passengers
Immigrant Tax
June 16   Ann Grant Greenock 11 £2/15/0
Sept. 6   Elizabeth Liverpool 1 0/10/0
Sept. 29   Ann Grant Greenock 11 2/15/0
Oct. 14   British Merchant Liverpool 3 1/10/0
Oct. 16   Stephen Newcastle 1 0/10/0
    Athabaska Liverpool 4 1/10/0
        31 £9/00/0
1837
Halifax
Irish: Novascotian May 25 barque Lord John Russell 41 days, Waterford 181 passengers
  Acadian Recorder June 3 brig Don 42 days, Waterford 112 passengers
      brig Eagle 46 days, Waterford 106 passengers
      schooner Adelle, Bay Chaleur, "18 passengers" from the ship Margaret, bound from Belfast to New York. The Margaret was leaky and the passengers and crew, about 170, taken off by the barque Carleton bound for "Restigouche"
  Novascotian June 15 schooner Emily 5 days, St. John's, Nfld. 14 in steerage
  Idem Aug. 3 brig Clitus 42 days, Cork 106 passengers
Scots: Acadian Recorder April 29 brig Albion 31 days, Aberdeen 15 steerage
  Idem Sept. 9 brig Albion 30 days, Aberdeen 26 passengers
English: Novascotian Aug. 3 barque Exporter 56 days, London 4 steerage
  Acadian Recorder Sept. 2 ship Peruvian 40 days, London 7 steerage
  Novascotian Oct. 19 schooner Des Landries 30 days, Guernsey 8 passengers
      brig Westmoreland 28 days, Liverpool 8 passengers
Passengers from the United States
  Novascotian Jan. 19 brig Acadian 48 hours, Boston 5 steerage
      schooner Industry 60 hours, Boston 15 passengers
  Idem Feb. 23 brig Acadian Boston 2 steerage
  Idem Mar. 23 brig Acadian 70 hours, Boston 2 steerage
  Idem Mar. 30 schooner Pictou 7 days, New York 8 passengers
  Idem April 13 brig Acadian 3 days, Boston 11 steerage
  Idem May 11 brig Acadian 57 hours, Boston 13 steerage
      schooner Pictou 4 days, New York 10 steerage
  Idem June 1 brig Acadian 56 hours, Boston 9 steerage
      Halifax New York 13 steerage
  Idem June 29 brigt. Pictou 6 days, New York 10 passengers
      brig Acadian 3½ days, Boston 20 steerage
  Acadian Recorder July 1 schooner Industry 3 days, Boston 27 passengers
  Novascotian July 20 brig Halifax 5 days, Bridgeport 18 passengers
      brig Cordelia 3 days, Boston 6 steerage
  Idem July 27 brig Acadian 65 hours, Boston 4 steerage
  Idem Aug. 3 brig St. Lawrence 7 days, New York 2 steerage
  Idem Aug. 10 brig Cordelia 55 hours, Boston 9 steerage
  Acadian Recorder Aug. 19 schooner Mariner 6 days, Boston 12 passengers
  Novascotian Aug. 24 schooner Leonidas 14 days, New York 3 passengers
  Acadian Recorder Aug. 26 brig Acadian 5½ days, Boston 10 steerage
  Novascotian Aug. 31 schooner Industry 8 days, Boston 8 steerage
      brig Cordelia 4 days, Boston 6 steerage
  Idem Sept. 21 brig Acadian 3 days, Boston 8 steerage
  Idem Sept. 28 brig Cordelia 4 days, Boston 4 steerage
      brigt. Pictou 12 days, New York 10 steerage
  Acadian Recorder Oct. 7 schooner Industry 7 days, Boston 14 passengers
  Novascotian Oct. 12 brig Acadian 3 days, Boston 6 steerage
  Idem Oct. 26 brig Cordelia Boston 6 steerage
  Idem Nov. 9 brig Acadian 54 hours, Boston 3 steerage
  Idem Nov. 16 brig Cordelia, bound from Boston to Halifax, was lost off Barrington.
  Acadian Recorder Dec. 16 brig Acadian 5 days, Boston 10 steerage
      schooner Industry 3 days, Boston 12 passengers
Passengers from British North American Colonies
  Acadian Recorder July 1 schooner Restigouche Packe[t] 8 days, Richibucto 10 passengers
  Novascotian Aug. 17 schooner North American 12 days, Quebec 9 passengers
  Idem Aug. 24 schooner Hartford 17 days, Quebec 4 passengers
  Idem Sept. 7 brig Nile 3 days, St. John, N.B. 8 passengers
  Acadian Recorder Oct. 28 schooner Joseph Smith 7 days, Quebec 8 passengers
Sydney
Pass: PANS, Vol. 338, Doc. 72, Customs Returns of Immigrants at Sydney, 1837 578 "free Emigrants"
  PANS, Vol. 252, Doc. 127 ; Financial Mss., Passenger Money, op. cit., 1837
Scots:

April 5—July 5
barque Hercules (252 tons), Stornoway, 70 passengers
brig Henry & William (64 tons), 43 &1/3 passengers (this indicates that children, two or three according to their age, counted as one adult passenger)

July 10—Oct. 10
brig Thistle, Stornoway, 65 & 1/3 passengers
Isabella, Greenock, 120 & 2/3 passengers
Eclipse, Tobermory, 100 passengers

Irish:

April 5—July 5
brig Royalist (250 tons), Londonderry, 136 passengers

July 10—Oct. 10
Belsay Castle, Belfast, 18 passengers

Pictou
  PANS, Financial Mss., Passenger Money, op. cit., 1837
Scots:

April 5—July 5
Isabella, Greenock, 190 passengers

July 10—Oct. 10
Isabella, Greenock, 24 passengers

English: April 5—July 5
Sally, Liverpool, 3 passengers
Irish: July 10—Oct. 10
Lady Ann, Belfast, 36 & 1/3 adults
1838
Halifax
Irish: Acadian Recorder June 16 schooner Margaret 13 days, St. John's, Nfld. 6 steerage
  Idem June 30 brig Zephyr, Shelburne, N.S. with 50 passengers of "the brig Jane of Cork cast away near Shelburne"
      brigt. Pictou 9 days, St. John's, Nfld. 7 steerage
  Idem Aug. 11 brigt. Pictou Nfld. 3 steerage
  Novascotian Aug. 23 Government schooner Victory, Sable Island, with 7 men and 22 passengers of the barque Granville, bound from Sligo to St. John, N.B., wrecked on Sable Island.
  Acadian Recorder Sept. 8 schooner Jane St. John's, Nfld. 6 passengers
  Idem Oct. 6 brigt. Pictou 13 days, St. John's, Nfld. 9 steerage
  Idem Oct. 27 brig Hebe St. John's, Nfld. 6 passengers
English: Acadian Recorder June 9 barque England 34 days, London 3 passengers
      barque John Porter 33 days, Liverpool 4 steerage
  Idem June 16 schooner Speedy Packet 32 days, Jersey 4 passengers
  Idem July 28 brig Neptune 54 days, London 8 steerage
  Novascotian Aug. 30 Lady Paget [Liverpool] 8 steerage
  Idem Oct. 11 ship Halifax 50 days, Liverpool 2 steerage
Scots: Novascotian Sept. 6 brig Albion 34 days, Aberdeen 21 passengers
Passengers from the United States
  Acadian Recorder Jan. 20 brigt. President 8 days, New York 3 passengers
  Idem Feb. 17 schooner Industry 11 days, Boston 5 passengers
  Idem Mar. 3 brig Roxana 3 days, Boston 2 steerage
  Idem Mar. 24 schooner Industry 11 days, Boston 10 passengers
  Idem Mar. 31 brig Acadian 4 days, Boston 6 steerage
  Idem April 7 schooner Mary Ann 12 days, New York 11 steerage
  Idem April 21 brig Acadian 3 days, Boston 6 steerage
  Idem April 28 schooner Industry 3½ days, Boston 21 passengers
  Idem May 19 brig Roxana 5 days, Boston 4 steerage
      schooner Irene 6 days, New York 23 passengers
      brig Acadian 60 hours, Boston 11 steerage
  Idem May 26 schooner Industry 4 days, Boston 14 passengers
  Idem June 9 brig Roxana 4 days, Boston 5 steerage
  Idem June 16 schooner Lady 6 days, Boston 6 passengers
  Novascotian July 12 brig Acadian 5 days, Boston 9 steerage
  Acadian Recorder July 14 schooner Richmond 15 days, New York 3 steerage
  Idem July 21 schooner Shannon 7 days, New York 7 passengers
  Idem July 28 schooner Industry 4 days, Boston 19 passengers
  Idem Aug. 11 brig Acadian 4 days, Boston 3 steerage
  Idem Sept. 1 schooner Industry 3 days, Boston 20 passengers
      brig Acadian 50 hours, Boston 1 steerage
  Idem Sept. 22 barge Sybella 14 days, New York 5 passengers
      brig Acadian 6 days, Boston 2 steerage
      schooner Collector 9 days, Boston 3 passengers
  Idem Sept. 27 brig Acadian 6 days, Boston 2 steerage
      schooner Industry 4½ days, Boston 10 steerage
  Idem Oct. 18 brig Acadian 60 hours, Boston 10 steerage
      schooner Barbara 4½ days, New York 6 passengers
  Idem Nov. 8 schooner Industry 4 days, Boston 16 passengers
  Idem Nov. 22 brig Acadian 4 days, Boston 4 steerage
Passengers from British North American Colonies
  Acadian Recorder July 21 schooner Two Brothers 25 days, Quebec 8 passengers
  Idem Aug. 4 schooner Marie 5 days, Paspebiac, PQ 10 passengers
  Idem Aug. 11 schooner Ion 9 days, St. John, N.B. 8 passengers
Sydney
  PANS, Financial Mss., Passenger Money, op. cit., 1837
Scots: Jan. 5 1838
barque Isabella, Greenock, 23 & 1/3 passengers (they were evidently included in the total number of passengers for the year 1837 reported by the Customs at Sydney)
Pass: PANS, Vol. 338, Doc. 72, Customs Returns of Immigrants at Sydney, 1838 158 "free Emigrants"
  PANS, Vol. 252, Doc. 147
Scots: September 4, Corsair, Tobermory, 155 passengers
English: May 18, Elizabeth, Newcastle, 3 passengers
Pictou
Scots: PANS, Vol. 253, Doc. 1
August 29, barque Isabella, Greenock, 37 adults
Pass: PANS, Vol. 252, Doc. 151
The passenger money received by the Provincial Treasurer from the Collector of Customs at Pictou, £39, less £9 paid by the passengers on the Isabella, accounts for about 120 more passengers landed at that port in 1838.

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