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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.
note: if ships' rigging or name of Master unpublished, it is indicated by -- (The newspapers were filmed within their binding, making one side of some entries, unreadable, or only partly legible.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
June 16th 1819
June 03
Ship Venus Docey
42 days
Demerara   L. [?] junior / Rum and Molasses
June 05
Brig Speculation W. Organ
07 April
[?]mouth 104 settlers Patterson & Weir / Brandy, Rum and [?]
June 05
Brig Skeen George Bishop
--
Leith via Halifax   to Captain / Wine, Gin, Molasses - sailed in May (from Halifax)
  reported in Acadian Recorder May 01, 1819 "Brig Skeene, 33 days from Leith, with 113 passengers."
June 06
Brig Three Brothers Henry French
50 days
S[?]land (Sunderland?) 23 settlers William Bruce / Coals and Earthenware
June 07
Brig Sally S. Ball
01 May
Belfast 173 settlers G. Symes / in ballast
June 07
Ship Hero James Talb?stie
12 April
London [settlers?] P. Patterson / in ballast - The Eweretta sailed the same day
June 07
Brig Amity J. Hall
12 April
Shields [settlers?] P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 07
Ship Indies Alexander Calender
07 April
London [settlers?] Lymburner / in ballast
June 07
Ship Briton R. Dobson
10 April
London   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
June 08
Brig Ellen Scott
05 April
London   Patterson & Weir / in ballast
  note: the following 17 ships arrived between June 8th and June 10th
June [?]
Ship [Spartan] Craig
49 days
Londonderry 223 settlers to [?] / [?] & Provisions
June [?]
Ship Ha[?] Hardy
05 April
London   to [?] / in ballast
June [?]
Brig Elias [Elise?] Harvey
59 days
Liverpool one settler Miller & Parlane / Goods
June [?]
Brig Orion --
--
    from Cape Chat -- strained last fall
Fournier's schooner from Gaspé reports a brig on shore below
June [?]
Schooner Thomas Ritchie Sampson
52 days
Jamaica   Gerrard Finlay & Co. / Rum
June [?]
Ship Merle [Merie?] Patton
53 days
London Captain Parsley & Lady, Captain B[ramper] and one family in steerage Lymburner / in ballast
June [?]
Ship Content Langdon
49 days
Plymouth Major Van Courtlandt and Lady, two Miss Lovels, and Mr. H. Gowen Bell & Stewart / in ballast
June [?]
Brig John & Mary Anderson
42 days
Aberdeen   McRoberts & McLean / in ballast
June [?]
Brig Eliza Robert Watts
53 days
Liverpool Mr. & Mrs. Cabbage and five children Henry Black Esq. / general cargo
June [?]
Ship Friends E. Sherwood
9 weeks
London 4 settlers P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June [?]
Ship Brail[sford] John Spring
48 days
London Messrs. Mason, Fry, Sportman, Hencox, Mr. & Mrs. Clark, Mr. John Clark, Major Hicks, Ensign Cox 37th regiment and two in steerage Mr. Hoofstetter / general cargo
June [?]
Brig Nancy Andrew Storey
56 days
Newcastle   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June [?]
Ship Sterling James White
07 April
London Mr. & Mrs. Rivers, Miss Smith, Mr. Reid, Mrs. Saswill John Goudie / Goods
June [?]
Brig Concord John Brandford
32 days
St. Michaels (Azores?)   to Captain / Frait [sic]
June [?]
Ship Skelton James Dixon
59 days
London 146 settlers Campbell & Sheppard / Goods & ballast
June [?]
Brig Alexander N. Branston
12 April
London   Auldjo & Maitland / in ballast
June [?]
Brig Sally John Johnson
08 April
London   Campbell & Sheppard / in ballast
June 23rd 1819
June 10
Brig Thetis Young
65 days
Bristol   to [?] / Goods
June 10
Ship Hessle Hay
60 days
London   to [?] / in ballast
June 10
Brig Lord Middleton Kerr
22 April
L[?]   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 10
Brig Waller Harvey
55 days
Liverpool Messrs. Robb & Cliff [?]ard & Holroyd & Co. / general cargo
June 10
Ship Beloney Storey
26 April
London   George Kerr / in ballast
June 10
Schooner [?]  
Bay des Chaleurs Miss [?]  

American papers have been received to the 15th instant; they are, as usual, barren, and void of every thing interesting.

Dueling (place and date missing, although Algiers is mentioned in the item)
....two duels were fought on neutral ground on the day before yesterday. In the first, a Captain of the 64th was wounded in the thigh, at the third shot; he is doing very well however. The next affair was between another American officer and Captain Johnson, of the same regiment, who wounded the American the second shot, but slightly, and again struck him on the fourth shot, in the groin, and it reported that he is since dead. Another duel took place in St. George's Cave, yesterday at 4 o'clock, between Capt. Dixon, of the same regiment, with another American Captain, and wounded the American the first shot, on the head; the guard came to take them prisoners, and the American endeavouring to get away from the guard, being weak with loss of blood, fell and cut his face. Not withstanding the duel, Captain Dixon borrowed a horse for the gentleman, mounted the American on it, and proceeded with him, all the way to Ragged Staff (Gibraltar), where the American boat lay. The guard at that place were going to stop him, but Captain Dixon told the guard to take him, and let the American go, as he had given his word of honour that he should not be stopped. The sloop of war is moved this morning to Algiers.
"I remain Gentlemen, your very obedient and humble servant,
WM. KENNEDY."

The Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada in his speech on the opening of Provincial Parliament, informas them that he had received instructions from the Prince Regent to grant lands to those who had served in the Provincial Navy and Militia during the late war; but that he did not think himself authorised to extend this bounty to any who had composed the late Convention of Delegates. Nothing can be more just than such a discrimination; to encourage and favour the loyal and well behaved subject, and testify a marked disapprobation of those who act differently, is surely the best means to be adopted by every government.
Tracts of land conceded at an early period without being subject to assessment and left unoccupied by the proprietors, very much distress and impede the settlers in Upper Canada, from the want of a free communication from the interior to the Rivers and Lakes. The speech recommends a Bill to remedy this inconvenience to which the Royal Assent will be given.
Sir Peregrine Maitland, since he took upon him the Government of Upper Canada, has been indefatigable in making himself acquainted with the state of population of the Province, not by hear-say, but by actually visiting the different Districts: some places which his Excellency has not yet seen, and are accessible only by water, it is his intention, he says, to see during this season.

A private letter from Halifax mentions that the Earl of Dalhousie and Lady were soon to sail from that place in His Majesty's Ship Mersey, Captain Collier, for Quebec; their intention is, we learn, to visit the Falls of Niagara, before their return.

June 11
Schooner Harriet Brannet
43 days
St. V[?]   to Master / Rum and Molasses
June 11
Brig Martha Scott
56 days
Workington 74 settlers Campbell / in ballast
June 11
Brig Benson Hunter
56 days
London   Lymburner
June 11
Brig Union Henry
57 days
Greenock Mr. [?]ser and eight settlers Irvine, McNaught & Co. / cargo Rum
June 11
Brig Prosperity Wright
56 days
London   [?] & Stewart / in ballast
June 11
Brig Ceres Vickerson
50 days
Leith William Marsden to Order/ in ballast
June 11
Brig Ocean Jeffrey
49 days
London Mr. Mathews to Order / general cargo
June 11
Brig Joseph Patterson
54 days
Newcastle   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 11
Brig E[shagren] Richardson
58 days
Portsmouth   to Order/ in ballast
June 11
Brig Prince of Wales Robinson
63 days
--   to Order/ in ballast
June 11
Brig William Wild
52 days
Liverpool Mr. Jackson and [?] settler(s) G. [Symes] / general cargo
June 11
Brig Alexander Errington
45 days
London Mrs. G[?] and [?] to [?] / general cargo
June 11
Bark Hopewell Caulson
42 days
London   P. Patterson / in ballast
June 11
Ship Heroine Crosby
42 days
London   [?] & Hale / in ballast
June 11
Ship Doncaster Marshall
63 days
London   P. Patterson / in ballast
June 11
Ship Astrea Wilson
60 days
Portsmouth   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
June 11
Ship Bellona Story
45 days
London   Campbell & Sheppard / in ballast
June 11
Ship Eweretta Stoddard
51 days
London Charles Saxon, the Honourable John Richardson, Lady & family, Samuel Gerrard Esq., Lady and family, Mrs. Ready (Lady of Colonel Ready), Secretary & family, Messrs. John Thompson, Ed. Soames, C. [?]end, Thomas Jones &c. Forsyth, Richardson & Co. / general cargo
June 11
Brig Kate McKenna
60 days
Dublin Miss Moore and [?]tler Pentland & Bury / in ballast
June 11
Brig XYZ Fothergale
53 days
Newcastle 12 settlers Hamilton & Co. / Coals & Glass
June 12
Brig Luna Knox
63 days
London   to Order
June 12
Brig Luna Harrison
65 days
London   to [?] & Co./ general cargo
June 12
Ship Minerva Carrick
42 days
Portsmouth   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 12
Brig West Indian Wardle
50 days
London   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 14
Brig Blackett Turner
52 days
Newcastle   H. Logan & Co. / Coals
June 14
Ship Britannia Burns
70 days
London   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 14
Ship Pitt Hamilton
43 days
Belfast Messrs. L[?], Hill, Dr. Smith and 288 settlers to [?] & Cringan / general cargo
June 14
Ship Lord Cathcart Brown
42 days
London   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 14
Brig Ann Wilford
53 days
Cork Colonel Lloyd and Lady, Captain Monk, Lieutenant Garet and family, [?]land, and three in steerage to [?] / general cargo
June 14
Brig Jane Frost
49 days
Plymouth Lieutenant W[?] and 8 in steerage Rogerson, Hunter & Co. / in ballast
June 14
Brig Omnium Shadforth
70 days
Newcastle   to [?] Chaffers / in ballast
June 14
Schooner Mary & Jane Duhamel
70 days
Liverpool   Robert Orkney / Salt
June 15
Brig True Britain Reid
46 days
Liverpool Reverend J. Th[?], Mr. Holiday, and 66 settlers to [?]der / general cargo
June 15
Brig Doris Gordon
63 days
Liverpool   G. Symes / Salt
June 15
Brig Northumberland Nickleson
62 days
L[?]   M. Lymburner / in ballast
June 15
Brig Rose Beveridge
42 days
Greenock   to [?]al / in ballast
June 15
Brig Dryden Dryden
63 days
London   G. Symes / in ballast
June 15
Bark Eliza and Sara Wishart
42 days
Newcastle   D'Estimanville / in ballast
June 30th 1819
 

The ship Canton arrived at New York in 32 days from Liverpool, brings dates of the 15th from that place, and from London, of the 11th of May.

PROVINCE OF LOWER CANADA
By His Grace CHARLES DUKE OF RICHMOND, Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the Province of Lower-Canada. Vice Admiral of the same, &c.&c.&c.

A PROCLAMATION

Whereas by an act of the Provincial Legislature passed in the thirty-fifth year of His Majesty's Reign, entitled "An Act to oblige Ships and Vessels coming from places infected with the Plague or any pestilential fever or disease to perform Quarantine and prevent the communication thereof in this Province," it is enacted, that all ships and vessels arriving, and all persons, goods and merchandizes whatsoever, coming or imported into any Port in this Province by the River St. Lawrence, from any place from which the Governor by and with the advice and consent of His Majesty's Executive Council, shall judge it probable that any plague, pestilential fever or disease may be brought, shall be obliged to make their quarantine; that is, to remain at such part of the river St. Lawrence, and for such time and in such manner as shall be directed by the Governor's order, made by advice of the Executive Council aforesaid, and notified by Proclamation in the Quebec Gazette. I have therefore thought fit by and with the advice of His Majesty's Executive to issue this Proclamation, ordering and strictly commanding all ships or other vessels, which from henceforth, and during the next ensuing Five Months, shall arrive in the Harbour of Quebec from any of the following places, that is to say, from any port or place in Ireland, or from any port of the river Clyde, or from Liverpool, or Bristol in Great Britain, to remove to the Embouchure (mouth / opening) of of the river St. Charles, near Quebec, when and so soon as directions to that effect shall be given by the Harbour Master of Quebec, and do there remain and continue for the space of Forty Days, unless such ships or vessels respectively, shall be sooner discharged from such quarantine by Licence given, without Fee or Emolument of any kind, under the signature of any two Members of His Majesty's Executive Council.

And until the said ships or vessels respectively shall have performed such quarantine, or shall be discharged therefrom by such Licence as aforesaid, I do hereby strictly prohibit, under pain of the penalties and forfeitures provided by the said Act, personal goods or merchandize, which shall be on board such ships or vessels from coming or being brought on shore, and from going or being put on board any other ship or vessel within this Province.

Given under my hand and seat at arms, at the Castle of Saint Lewis, in the City of Quebec, the twenty-first day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, and in the fifty-ninth year of His Majesty's reign.
(Signed) RICHMOND, LENNOX & AUBIGNY,
By His Grace's Command,
(Signed) JNO. TAYLOR, Dep. Secy.

June 16
Brig Hope Potter
30 days
St. John's, Nfld. James [?]nald, wife, and one in steerage to Order / Rum & Tar
June 18
Brig Trident Charles Bruce
56 days
London   in ballast
June 18
Brig Maria J. Harrison
52 days
London   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 18
Ship Agnes J. Bond
70 days
London   in ballast
June 18
Brig Green How J. Hosack
58 days
Belfast Mr. M[?] and family, Mr. Bell & family, Mrs. Dawson, and [?] settlers McRoberts & McLean / in ballast
June 18
Brig Lingara J. Crofton
70 days
London   Bell & Stewart / general cargo
June 18
Ship Samuel & Jane Thomas Harland
65 days
London   Peter Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 18
Brig Mathew & Thomas Stephen Gray
48 days
Plymouth   Peter Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 18
Brig Waterloo R. Proom
69 days
London Messrs. Scott and B[?] to Order / general cargo
June 20
Brig Haddock John Carr
65 days
London   [?] George / in ballast
June 20
Brig Trusty Daniel Millar
55 days
Leith   Bell & Stewart / Coals and Goods
June 20
Brig Wilson J. Wilson
69 days
London Mr. Patten, and [?] in steerage to [?]kinson / Goods
June 20
Brig Zoma J. Frost
62 days
Sunderland 51 settlers Pemberton / Coals & Glass
June 20
Ship William Pitt William Wood
50 days
Portsmouth Mr. Dykes Peter Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 20
Brig Hope J. Frazer
56 days
Whitby   Peter Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 20
Brig Canadian Packet B. Robson
75 days
L[ondon] Dr. Cockrell and Mr. Legg Mr. Macquay / in ballast
June 20
Schooner Sara Jane J. McKinney
17 days
Halifax   Melvin & Belanger / Rum, Sugar and Coffee
June 20
Brig Integrity J. Wilson
--
Strangford 60 settlers to [?] J. Symes / in ballast
June 20
Brig Bolden Thomas Barnet
55 days
Plymouth   to Order / in ballast
June 20
Bark Mayflower Robinson
70 days
London   Campbell & Stewart / in ballast
June 20
Brig Britannia Robinson
51 days
London Mr. & Mrs. M[?], Mr. Chambers, and six in steerage Reiffenstein & Co. / Goods
June 20
Galliot Mary Neil
68 days
Greenock   Irvine & Co. / general cargo
June 20
Brig Norfolk Gilbert
60 days
London   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 20
Brig Lord Hill Hanson
45 days
Jamaica   Patterson & Weir / Rum, Coffee &c.
June 20
Brig Atlantic Harper
--
Dublin 151 settlers M. Pemberton / in ballast - perfoming quarantine
June 22
Brig Roberts Laing
11 weeks
London   Lymburner / in ballast
June 22
Bark Mercury Dixon
69 days
London   G. Symes / in ballast
June 22
Schooner Mary & Betsey Lambert
65 days
[?]ford 50 settlers J. Esson / Feathers and ballast - performing quarantine
June 22
Ship Brothers Jenkinson
--
    returned, having been s[?] Red Island, and received damage
June 23
Ship Sovereign Robert Dawson
76 days
London   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 23
Ship Fanny Peter Tayler
11 weeks
London   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 23
Brig Britannia Robert Small
24 days
Halifax Mr. Starr Mr. J. Starr / Rum, Sugar and Molasses
June 23
Brig Governor Woodford R. Maxwell
42 days
Barbadoes   J.D. Hamilton / Rum, Sugar and Molasses
June 23
Ship Alligator P. Dowdell
61 days
Waterford Mr. Fayle, Mr. [?]ders Mr. Fayle / Salt - saw the wreck of the ship Ocean May [?] ... completely [?] nobody on board - she belonged to St. John N.B.
June 23
Brig Claremont John Tolson
63 days
Liverpool   Mr. P. Abbot / general cargo
June 23
Brig Belvoir Castle J. Millar
8 weeks
Liverpool   G. Symes / Salt
June 23
Bark Sir James Kempt  
--
    returned having lost an anchor off St. John (Orleans)
June 24
Ship Kingston W. Collinson
52 days
London   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
June 24
Ship Ćolus Robert Thomas
50 days
Waterford 202 settlers Froste & Porter / in ballast
June 24
Brig Resolution Robert Brown
50 days
Waterford 32 settlers Froste & Porter / in ballast
July 7th 1819
June 24
Ship Royal Yeoman Fly
43 days
Weymouth 15 settlers J. White & Co. / in ballast
June 24
Schooner [?]  
--
    from Fox River, with the remains of cargo from the Brig Industry
June 24
Brig Briget Potts
49 days
Sunderland   Woolsey, Stewart & Co. / in ballast
June 24
Brig Britannia Barclay
7 weeks
Greenock 36 settlers R. Brown / general cargo
June 24
Brig Rambler Slater
11 weeks
London   G. Kerr / in ballast
June 24
Brig Asoph Barker
53 days
Limerick 93 settlers Woolsey & Co. / in ballast
June 24
Brig Peggy Davis
53 days
Bristol Lieut. Rutbridge, R.N. and nineteen settlers A. George / in ballast
 
Scottish Emigrants to South Western Ontario in 1818
To the Emigrants who arrived at Quebec in the summer of 1818, and who came in the Jane of Greenock, and the Curlew of London, from the Parishes of Comera [Comrie], Balyhidder [Balquhidder], Weems [Weem], and Killine [Killin], in Perthshire, North Britain.
 

When we parted from you at Montreal for this part of the country, we promised to inform you of the advantages we might find it to possess. You are probably so scattered about now, that we cannot inform you in any other way than by addressing you a letter in a newspaper; and we earnestly hope, that the Editors of other papers, will be kind enough to give our letter one insertion, that you may all have the opportunity of hearing from us.

We have been of the party of Colonel Burwell, and assisted him to Survey about seventy thousand acres of land, in the township of London, which we have just completed, and Colonel Talbot has located us upon one hundred acres each. The Township of London is bounded in front by the River Thames, and is well watered by the north branch of it, and a great many smaller branches which intersect every Concession in the Township; some of which are very excellent for Mill seats. The land is the finest quality we ever saw. The soil is generally very black and deep; and at the same time, intermixed with a small quantity of white sand. The Timber is Sugar Maple, Elm, white Oak, Butternut, Cherry, and Basswood. We have not passed through a lot, but that we have seen some Butternut trees, under which, the ground was frequently almost covered with Butternuts at this season of the year. The pack-men of our party have often gathered, and brought quantities of them, to where we have encamped at night, and cracked as many as we wished. Towards the last of April, and the first of this month, they have been as fine and dry amongst the leaves of last year, as though they had been kept in a house.

Several persons who have removed from the Eastern part of this Province, and now live near this place, have informed us, that the wintering of Cattle and Horses does not cost more than half as much here as there.

When we left Scotland, the Ministers of our parishes begged us to settle near each other, which we sincerely wish and hope, that such of you as are not settled to your satisfaction, will come to this part of the Province, and now live near this place. You will certainly like the country when you see it. We have had no trouble in getting our lands. When we made choice of them, we applied to Colonel Talbot, and we have two years to perform the Settlement duties in, which is all to our own advantage. Several of our friends are now here, and every new Settler who has money, or is industrious, can buy provisions from our neighbours on Talbot Road, and in Westminster, on the opposite side of the River Thames, to last until they can grow them from their own farms. We remain your friends,

JAMES MCFARLANE,
ARCHIBALD MCFARLANE,
JAMES CAMPBELL,
JOHN CARMICHAELL.
London (U. C.) 20th, May, 1819
June 25
Brig Mary Smith
04 May
London Mr. Sutter Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
June 25
Brig Hope Scott
18 days
Newfoundland   Coleman & Hale / in ballast
June 25
Brig Blenheim Towers
21 days
Placentia, Nfld. 26 settlers - originally from Waterford Heath & Moir / in ballast
June 25
Brig Economy Harper
7 weeks
Dublin 76 settlers Mr. Pentland / in ballast
June 25
Brig Henry Forster
46 days
London   Lymburner / in ballast
June 25
Brig Sir A. McKenzie --
03 May
Liverpool 7 settlers Hamilton & Co. / Salt & Goods
June 25
Brig Luster Spencer
49 days
London   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 25
Brig Matthews Matthew Steel
7 weeks
Liverpool Mr. & Mrs. Covillier and 8 settlers G. Symes / general cargo
June 25
Brig William John Stewart
25 April
Liverpool   G. Symes / Salt
June 25
Brig Janet James Devereux
10 weeks
Wexford 63 settlers to Captain / in ballast
June 25
Brig Edward Jacob Lowrey
60 days
Newcastle Mr. Warwick Mr. Warwick / Coals, Sand and Clay
June 26
Brig Lydia John Bryden
8 weeks
London   H. Atkinson / Rum, Wine &c.
June 26
Brig Indefatigable Samuel Brownfield
40 days
Plymouth   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
June 29
Schooner Regent Packet Wishart
40 days
Dublin Mr. Cummings & family Rogerson & Co. / general cargo
June 29
Brig Industry Armstrong
50 days
Belfast 215 settlers McRoberts & McLean / in ballast
June 29
Bark Cornwall Robinson
56 days
London   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
June 29
Brig Eliza [Shaw] [Shaw?]
8 weeks
London   Bell & Stewart / in ballast
June 29
Brig Liverpool R. Cowley
57 days
Liverpool   Bell & Stewart / Salt
June 29
Schooner Margaret Cocken
16 days
Halifax Mr. Haliburton, Mr. Morris, Mrs. Harper Jos. McCallum & Co. / Tar, Wine
June 29
Brig Maria Kay
55 days
Ross, Ireland 163 settlers E. Black / in ballast
June 29
Brig Agenoria Baynon
27 May
Barbadoes   Pemberton / Rum and Molasses
June 29
Ship Triton Marshall
14 May
Cowes 135 officers and men of the 37th, 60th, 68th, 70th & 76th regts. P. Patterson - stores ot Government
June 29
Bark John Letherrylin
47 days
Blythe   Hamilton, Brothers & Co. / in ballast
June 30
Ship Brunswick Blake
15 May
London   H. Atkinson / in ballast
June 30
Brig Nelson Addison
48 days
London   Lymburner / in ballast
June 30
Brig Aid John Baily
13 May
London   P. Patterson / in ballast
June 30
Brig Ann John Atcheson
14 June
St. John's, Nfld.   Heath & Moir / Rum
June 30
His Majesty's Ship Mersey Collier
--
Halifax His Excellency the Earl of Dalhousie (and party) continued to Montreal aboard steamer Malsham July 3rd 1819
June 30
Brig Chebucto Stewart
--
Halifax   H.M. hired
July 01
Brig George John Wellins
10 May
London   Rogerson, Hunter & Co. / in ballast
July 01
Ship Alcyon W. Chapman
38 days
London   P. Patterson / in ballast
July 01
Brig Robert Robert Stewart
48 days
Hull   H. Atkinson / in ballast
July 01
Brig St. Helena James Elliott
46 days
London 11 settlers Irvine, McNaught & Co. / in ballast
July 01
Ship Victory J. Braithwaite
41 days
London   H. Atkinson / in ballast
July 01
Brig Robert and Margaret J. Gray
45 days
Portsmouth   Shuter & Wilkins / in ballast
Total number of Settlers arrived this Season 5,338

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