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Ship Arrivals at the Port of Quebec, 1819

The following arrivals were extracted from the Montreal Gazette 1819. The Montreal Gazette was a weekly publication. Occasionally in the Consigned to / Remarks column, is seen eg. P.3 (see Minerva May 2nd) which indicates the page of the newspaper on which the advertisement of the cargo may be found.
note: if ships' rigging or name of Master unpublished, it is indicated by -- (The newspapers were filmed within their binding, making one side of some entries, unreadable, or only partly legible. This can lead to errors in the interpretation of the entry or missed entries. ) Be aware that there may be two or more ships of the same name, from the same, or different ports, during the same year. A few ships also made two trips in 1819.

See also St. Lawrence Steamboat Co. Passenger Records for Malsham & New Swiftsure

May 01 - June 01 | June 03 - July 01 | July 01 - Sept 01 | Sept 02 - Nov 02

Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
May 12th 1819
May 01
Brig Patriot A. Anderson
5 weeks
Aberdeen William Graham, James Strachan, Alexander Arbuthnot, Jean Mather & child, Ann Thomson, Isabella Duncan, Thomas Smart Heath & Moir / general cargo
May 01
Brig Dawn John Mathews
30 days
London   George Kerr / in ballast - Intelligence: sailed with 30 Sail from the Downs for Quebec
May 02
-- Canada Thomas Davidson
31 days
London 18 settlers Campbell & Chapman / general cargo
May 02
Ship Highland Lad William Moore
28 days
London 9 passengers Sanderson & Co. / in ballast
May 02
Brig Alexander George Ritchie
32 days
Newcastle   Cambell & Sheppard / in ballast
May 02
-- Jane Thomas Innes
25 days
Bristol   Heath & Moir / in ballast
May 02
Ship Hannah Thomas Clark
30 days
London   Patterson & Co. / in ballast
May 02
[Ship] Mary Ann Thomas Ellison
31 days
London   Bell & Stewart / in ballast
May 02
-- Europe --
26 days
Bristol   Lymburner / in ballast
May 02
Brig Glory Brim
51 days
Lynn   Hamilton, Brother & Co. / in ballast
May 02
-- Minerva B. Morgan
30 days
London   Gerrard & Gillespie / general cargo P.3
May 02
-- Celerity Ivison
28 days
Portsmouth   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast P.18
May 02
-- Arno Proctor
29 days
London   Reiffenstein / general cargo P.5
May 02
-- Sprightly Osborne
32 days
London   to Order / in ballast
May 02
-- Nautilus Dodd
35 (days)
Blyth   Hamilton & Co.
May 02
-- Mercator Ed. Bell
31 March
London   Froste & Porter / in ballast (see Merinter)
May 03
Brig Merinter Bell
31 March
London   Froste & Porter / in ballast (see Mercator)
May 03
Brig John & Mary Hawkins
31 days
Newcastle   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
May 03
Brig Marshlmed [sic - Marshland] Ditchburn
04 April
Cork Messrs. Sinton and Dean, 3 women & 3 children Mr. Sinton / provisions
May 03
Ship Comet Wilcoson
30 days
London Messrs. George, Dunn and Delmare James George / cargo Iron, &c. - Ship Heart of Oak, Nicholson, from London in ballast, was lost in the ice on 24th April, in the gulph [sic], crew saved, part on board the Comet, the remainder gone to Miramichie [sic].
May 03
Brig Skipsey Laidlow
27 days
London   Heath & Moir / goods
May 04
Brig Cherub William Rayside
31 days
Greenock   A, Shaw & Co. / general cargo
May 05
Brig Veronica P. Miller
35 days
Shields   Hamilton, Brother & Co. / in ballast
May 05
Brig Lymetry [sic - Symetry ?] William Crain
05 April
Shields   Lymburner / in ballast
May 05
Brig Fortune William Shalford
33 days
London   Lymburner / in ballast
May 06
Ship Elizabeth & Sarah William Bainbridge
34 days
Shields   to Captain / in ballast
May 06
Brig Prompt Jno. Kay
36 days
Leith   to Order / Coals & Nails
May 06
Brig Regent Henry Wright
52 days
Newcastle   Henry Atkinson / cargo, Grind stones and Coals
May 06
Schooner Gifford Rosignol
34 days
Demerara   Irvine & Co. / Rum, Sugar and Coffee
May 06
Brig Margaret A. McCoul
05 April
Liverpool Mr. R. Orkney and servant J. Thompson / cargo Salt & goods
May 06
Bark Oxenhope A. Donaldson
33 days
Hull   W. Hamilton & Co. / in ballast

The many arrivals at Quebec, furnish nothing later than what has been received by way of the United States, and already noticed.

An article in the New York Advertisor of the 4th instant, mentions the arrival of the Ontario from a cruise in the Pacific Ocean; and that between Captain Biddle her commander and the well known Lord Cochrane, now Admiral of the Chili fleet, there had been some jarrings and symptoms of hostility: however nothing serious took place. The nature of the dispute is not stated.

The great number of vessels already arrived at Quebec, this reason (see list of arrivals) cannot but be gratifying to our readers; we wish the sales would in some measure keep pace with the importations, our propects would then be flattering indeed. It is to be hoped that the Public Works, which, in all probability, will be begun in the course of summer, will give a favourable impulse to trade, and tend to remove the langour under which it now labours.

We learn there are about seventy souls, mostly Canadians, preparing to set out from this place, the 25th instant, for Lord Selkirk's Settlement on the River Rouge (Red River). The number of Settlers there at this time, it is said, amounts to about five hundred. An intelligent Canadian, in easy circumstances, with whom we conversed, and who goes thither with the before mentioned Settlers, with all his family, says he passed a winter there when engaged in the Fur Trade, and reports it to be a fertile country, and the climate much milder than that of Canada.--Thus, there is every appearance, that this Colony, in the course of time, will become populous and flourishing.

May 19th 1819
May 06
Brig Sternshall D. Mainland
31 days
--   P. Patterson
May 06
Brig Mary Jno. Jacobson
04 April
--   --
May 06
Ship Prospect William Wake
05 April
-do-   P. Patterson / in ballast
May 06
Brig Merope George Batrick
27 days
Poole   George Pozer / in ballast
May 06
Bark Sophia Jos. Beckett
34 days
London Mr. Stubs, & Mr. Townshend P. Burnett / in ballast
May 06
Brig Sarah James Clement
31 days
Belfast 150 settlers McRoberts & McLean / in ballast
May 07
Brig Jan Thom
29 days
Montrose   Allison & Turner & Co. / in ballast
May 07
Ship Suffolk Thean
01 April
Aberdeen   Heath & Moir / in ballast
May 07
Ship Fame Mirrnist
02 April
Hull 171 settlers to Captain / goods
May 07
Brig Quebec Towns
31 days
Shields   Thompson & Co. / in ballast
May 07
Brig Choice Hurry
30 March
Shields   William Pemberton / in ballast
May 07
Brig Britannia Clark
36 days
Newcastle   Coals & Brick
May 07
Ship Brothers Jenkinson
28 days
Hull Mr. Hick and family Bell & Stewart / in ballast
May 07
Ship Success Wagood
30 days
Plymouth   P. Patterson / in ballast
May 07
Ship Triton Coe
04 April
Hull   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
May 07
Ship Aid B. Trotter
35 days
Shields   P. Patterson / in ballast
May 07
Brig Sally William Cumming
27 days
Greenock 7 settlers Hancox & Co. / general cargo
May 07
Brig Mary H. Haliphant
32 days
Waterford 39 settlers Heath & Moir / in ballast
May 07
Brig Hugh J. Gregg
40 days
Demerara   McRoberts & McLean / Rum, Suger &c.
May 07
Brig Eclipse Henry Walker
2 months
Lynn   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
May 07
Brig Peace Luke Bruce
08 April
Shields   James Ross / in ballast
May 07
Brig Pilot John Law
01 April
Aberdeen   to Order / in ballast
May 07
Ship Sir J.H. Craig James Dease
6 weeks
Leith   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
May 08
Brig British King Richard Chamber
04 April
Shields   Bell & Stewart / Coals
May 08
Brig John H. Jobestie
04 April
Shields   H. Atkinson, Glass to Mr. Henderson
May 9th
Brig Mary William Dunn
03 April
London   Gerrard & Finlay / goods to Mr. Fowler - Spoke 2nd May, Brigantine Lively of and from Jersey to Gaspé, all well
May 11
Brig Perseverence James Davidson
08 April
Plymouth   general cargo
May 11
Ship Martha Brae J. Gibson
33 days
Bristol   Patterson & Weir / goods, Rum, Iron &c.
May 11
Ship Rebecca Thomas McKenzie
28 days
Greenock Lt. Col. McGregor 70th Regt. Lady & Servants, N. McLeod Esq. Lady & Servants, Mrs. McKenzie, Walter Davidson, John Simpson, Andrew Nichol, Brown, Wilson, Orkney, sen., Crawford, Dougall, Burnett, Tait, Buchanan, Stewart, and 20 in steerage. George Ross / general cargo
May 12
Brig Psyche Thomas Erskine
29 days
Dundee 9 settlers Allison, Turner & Co. / general cargo
May 12
Brig Ann John Waller
45 days
Newcastle   to Order / Coals
May 12
Brig Zephyr S. Brown
09 April
Hull   W. Prince / in ballast
May 12
Ship Endymion Ed. Todd
08 April
Grangemouth   P. Patterson / in ballast
May 12
Brig John & Charlotte T. Sims
02 April
Newcastle   P. Patterson / in ballast
May 12
Brig Thetis R. Ritchie
32 days
Hull   Bell & Stewart / in ballast
May 12
Brig Earl Dalhousie J. Levie
29 days
Aberdeen Mr. Wilner, wife & children, Mr. Black, Mr. Gray, Duncan, Tulloch and 13 settlers to Order / fine goods
May 12
Brig Royal Charlotte W.C. Hobson
27 days
Greenock Mr. J. Wilson, Buchanan and 3 in steerage. Rogerson, Hunt & Co. / general cargo - Spoke the Alexander off Anticosti, and Rob Roy from Aberdeen.
May 13
Brig Rob Roy William Vairn
30 days
Aberdeen Mr. McKenzie and wife, Mr. Black, Mrs. Christie, 2 sons and daughter. Heath & Moir / Bricks
May 26th 1819
 

Office of the Adjutant General of Militia
Quebec, 7th May 1819

MILITIA GENERAL ORDER
His Grace the Duke of Richmond, Governor General,
Commander in Chief, has been pleased to make the
following appointment to the first Battalion of the Miltia
of the city of Montreal:-

John Samuel McCord, to be Ensign, by Commission
7th May 1819, in place of Alexander Dowie, returned
to England.

By Command of His Grace the Governor General
and Commander in Chief.
F. VASSAL DE MONVIEL,
Adjutant General Militia.

[note: later Mr. Justice John Samuel McCord (1801-65) of the Superior Court for Lower Canada]

May 13
Brig Henry William Burnett
[?] April
Newcastle   H. Atkinson / in ballast
May 13
-- Hayle Henry Watts
5 weeks
Shields   W. Stewart & Co. / in ballast
May 13
Brig Alexander Robert Marshall
30 days
Liverpool Mr Br[ady] & wife, Mr. Hoofstetter and Webster J. Jones / general cargo
May 14
-- Europe B. Sedman
36 days
London   W. Lymburner / in ballast
May 17
-- Prince Co[u]bourg D. Hutchinson
[?] days
Peterhead   to Captain / in ballast
May 17
Ship Albion Davidson
42 days
Newcastle   P. Patterson / in ballast
May 17
Ship Lark Cleet
42 days
Newcastle   P. Patterson / in ballast
May 17
Brig [S]ceptre Cobourg
12 April
Leith James Baird Handiside & Co. / general cargo
May 17
Brig Renown Watt
49 days
Leith 37 settlers Bell & Stewart / general cargo
May 18
Bark Vittoria Patterson
36 days
Liverpool   Gerrard & Co. / general cargo
May 18
Brig Briget Nichols
37 days
Shields   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
May 18
Brig Endeavor Hunter
35 days
Newcastle   to Captain / in ballast
May 18
Brig Roderick Peart
43 days
Newcastle   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
May 18
Ship Sir George Prevost Morrison
06 April
Portsmouth 15 settlers W. Price / in ballast
May 18
Brig Success Potts
35 days
Shields   Bell & Stewart / in ballast
May 18
Ship Blessing Charter
35 days
Shields 10 settlers P. Patterson / in ballast
May 18
Brig London Robert Spence
11 April
Shields   H. Atkinson / in ballast
May 18
Brig Good Intent Jno. Roxbury
03 April
London   W. Lymburner / in ballast
May 18
Ship Nereus Robert Wilson
34 days
Glasgow Mr. Coope, Caldwell, Campbell & son and 49 settlers P. Weir / in ballast
May 18
Bark Melton J. Crum
38 days
Newcastle Mr. Bryan Mr. Bryan / Coals, Goods &c.
May 19
Brig Ceres D. Baitt
41 days
Aberdeeen   Heath & Moir / in ballast
May 19
Brig Robert Jno. Neill
35 days
Greenock 43 settlers Finlay & Co. / general cargo
May 19
Bark Amity George Spurs
05 April
London   H. Atkinson / in ballast
May 19
Brig Douglas William Walker
41 days
London   W. Pemberton / in ballast
May 19
Schooner Mary Robert Button
13 days
Halifax 1 settler to Captain / Rum and Sugar
May 19
Brig John & Margaret James Mass
11 April
Aberdeen   Heath & Moir / in ballast
May 19
Brig Neptune A. Thomson
42 days
Liverpool   Mr. Ross / cargo Salt
May 19
Brig William Jno. Ridley
44 days
Newcastle   P. Patterson / in ballast
May 20
Ship General Elliott Jn. Frank
09 April
Shields   William Price / in ballast
May 20
Brig Catherine Thomas Clark
46 days
Sunderland 90 settlers to Captain / cargo Coals and Glass
9 o'clock --- The Telegraph announces 13 square rigged vessels
June 2nd 1819
May 20
Brig Ann Lewis
24 April
Shields   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
May 20
Brig Prince of Asturias Donald
09 April
Dublin Mr. Maquay, Mr. & Mrs. Pemberton, and Mr Heigh, Mr. Lyons and 124 settlers Pemberton & Bury / cargo Goods, Wares &c.
May 20
Brig Resolution Leishman
40 days
Kirkaby   Allison, Turner & Co. / cargo Coals & Stores
May 20
Brig Cumberland Smith
39 days
Liverpool   Gates & Co. / general cargo
May 20
Brig Charles Jennison Mallory
03 April
Hull   Bell & Stewart / in ballast
May 21
Schooner Marie Smith
19 days
Halifax   Pemberton / cargo Rum
May 21
Brig Ann  
--
    this brig loading at St. Pauls to Mr. Pr[?] in ballast
May 21
Ship Alexander George Drummond
37 days
Belfast 235 settlers Hancox and Cringan / in ballast
May 21
Brig Dasher Thomas Davis
20 days
Halifax   Melvin & Belanger / Rum, Sugar &c.
May 21
Brig Canso J. Peabody
52 days
Jamaica Mr. Hagan Patterson & Weir / Rum
May 21
Brig Sarah John Waters
48 days
Newcastle   to Captain / cargo Coals, Bricks &c.
May 21
Brig Jane Alexander Murdoch
12 April
Greenock Captain Lawrie for a new ship H. Logan & Co. / general cargo
May 21
Brig Amphitrite John Foster
40 days
Shields   Mr. Pemberton / in ballast
May 21
Brig Barbara J.R. Wilson
40 days
Aberdeen   Rogerson, Hunter & Co. / in ballast
May 21
Brig Aid John Lister
37 days
Whithaven [sic Whitehaven] 27 settlers Heath & Moir / cargo Goods and Rum
May 21
Brig Thetis Robert Hall
38 days
Shields   Froste & Porter / in ballast
May 21
Brig Elizabeth William Hawkins
13 days
Halifax Mr. Anderson, Ryan, Staynes, Miss Ryan Mr. Finch / general cargo
May 21
Brig Three Sisters Samuel Harris
13 days
Halifax Mr. Allen Mr. Allen / cargo Rum
May 21
Schooner Lennox Thomas Fill[?]
17 days
St. John's, Nfld. Mr. Traban Mr. Phillips / cargo Rum
May 21
Brig Commerce William Swan
10 April
Sheilds   to Order / in ballast
May 21
Ship Isabella Charles Brady
6 weeks
Hull 263 settlers Bell & Stewart / in ballast
May 22
Brig Mary John Innis
40 days
Peterhead   Heath & Moir / in ballast
May 22
Brig Margaret William Bradie
39 days
Peterhead Mr. Sims to Captain / in ballast
May 22
Brig Perfect Owen Sullivan
46 days
Belfast Mr. Brown and 164 settlers Mr. Brown / cargo Provisions
May 22
Brig Venus Hugh Ramsay
13 days
St. John's, Nfld.   Irvine, McNaught & Co. / cargo Rum
May 22
Brig Whitby J. Scott
46 days
Newcastle   Hamilton & Co. / cargo Coals
May 22
Brig Holderness A. Smales
42 days
Whitby   to Captain / in ballast
May 22
Ship [Q]ueen Robert Clark
42 days
Shields   Campbell & Sheppard / in ballast
May 22
Schooner Triton Joseph Symes
52 days
Jamaica   Heath & Moir / Rum
May 22
Brig Atlantic S. Dunscombe
20 days
Bermuda   Heath & Moir / cargo Rum & Molasses
May 22
Ship Harmony Charles Spence
07 April
Liverpool   Millar & Parlane / cargo Salt
May 22
Ship Maida H. Extill
53 days
Hull   Bell & Stewart / general cargo
May 23
-- Harriet C. Whitman
21 days
Halifax   C. Aylwyn / cargo Rum & Molasses
May 24
Brig Margaret  
--
    returned having cut from both anchors this morning, at Patrick's Hole.
May 24
Brigantine Fame Thomas Cobb
38 days
Barbadoes   Irvine, McNaught & Co. / Rum, Sugar, Molasses
May 25
Ship Crown Peter Roche
42 days
Plymouth   P. Patterson / in ballast
May 25
Brig Carrick John Sparks
43 days
Liverpool Mr. Graham G. Symes / general cargo
May 26
Ship Harbinger T.A. Matson
53 days
London   P. Patterson / in ballast
May 26
Brigantine Sir J.D. Duckworth P. Pruden
21 days
Bermuda Messrs. Tuzo and Martin Heath & Moir / Rum
May 26
Brig George Symes J. Bushby
38 days
Liverpool Messrs. Heath, Porter, Beckits, Hodgkinson, Johnson, Henderson, Spragg, McGill and one in steerage George Symes / general cargo
May 26
Brig Percival John Scott
40 days
Leith 85 settlers Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
May 26
Brig Penrose Foley
24 days
Amboy (US)   Heath & Moir / in ballast
May 26
Bark Wilberforce William Cook
14 days
St. John's, Nfld.   Campbell & Sheppard / in ballast
May 27
Brig Henry Ralph Remer
04 April
London Mr. Etherington Mr. McKutcheon, Montreal / general cargo
June 9th 1819
May 30
Brig Spencer Hugup
40 days
Shields   Mr. Burnett / in ballast
May 30
Brig Ann William Duthie
14 April
Peterhead   to Order / in ballast
May 30
Brig Betsey Robert Young
53 days
Liverpool Mr. Walch and three in steerage Mr. McDougall / cargo Salt and Goods (this brig originally from Oporto)
May 30
Brig Eagle Ed. Henley
17 April
Hull 84 settlers Mr. Lymburner / in ballast
May 30
Brig Mary John Morrison
09 April
--   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
May 30
Brig Verina Thomas Campbell
57 days
London   Caldwell & Davison / in ballast
May 30
Brig Kate Thomas Tyne
50 days
Barbadoes   Irvine, McNaught & Co. / Rum, Sugar, Molasses
May 30
Brig Hector James Webster
43 days
Dundee Mr. Grig and two [?] to Black / general cargo
May 30
Brig Duke of Wellington William Jeffrey
14 days
St. John's, Nfld.   Gates & Co. / in ballast
May 30
Brig Dorothy William Taylor
07 April
London   William Burnett / in ballast
May 31
Brig Ann George Shaw
44 days
Sligo Captain Read & the 68th regiment, and 50 settlers Mr. Burnett / Wines & Rum
May 31
Brig Zealous F. Read
05 April
London Mr. S[?] Read and three in steerage Hart Logan & Co. / Goods
May 31
Ship Mary Munro
44 days
Leith 32 settlers Mr B[?] / Goods
May 31
Brig Neptune Barricks
46 days
Whitby   Mr. Burnett / in ballast
June 01
Brig George McIntosh Kelly / Keilly
48 days
Liverpool   Mr. Blackwood / Goods
June 01
Brig Union Wallace
46 days
Liverpool   to [?] & co. / Goods
June 01
Ship Fides Colbourne
03 April
Hull   to [?] / in ballast
June 01
Brig Helen Gibson
57 days
Newcastle   Bell & Stewart / in ballast
June 01
Brig John Jones
56 days
Shields   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
June 01
Brig Governor Myers James Chart
58 days
--   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
June 01
Bark Anderson J. Clark
07 April
Hull   Jones & White / in ballast
June 01
Ship Camilla Alexander Karley
14 April
Greenock 76 settlers Mr. Burnett / Goods
June 01
Brig Vigilant William Hunter
08 April
London   P. Patterson / in ballast
June 01
Ship Rosing J. Brown
12 April
Greenock   Mr. Burnett / in ballast
Total vessels arrived: 166 --- Settlers 2,032

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