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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note: if ships' rigging or name of Master unpublished, it is indicated by -- (The newspapers were filmed within their binding, making one side of some entries, unreadable, or only partly legible.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
July 14th 1819
July 01
Brig Friends Richardson
16 days
St. John's, Nfld.   to Order / in ballast
July 03
Brig Harmony Samuel Taylor
51 days
Hull 22 settlers Hamilton, Brothers & Co. / in ballast
July 05
Schooner Perseverence Thomas Henderson
44 days
Grenada   James Rose / Rum & Molasses
July 05
Brig Ocean James Morrison
46 days
Liverpool 44 settlers Froste & Porter / Coals & Goods
July 05
Brig Ann J. Bowman
55 days
Whitehaven 43 settlers Heath & Moir / in ballast
July 05
Brig Royal Charlotte W.C. Hobson
12 days
St. John's, Nfld.   Mr. Burnett / in ballast
July 05
Brig Wellington A. Stephens
21 days
Harbour Grace, Nfld.   H.& J. Black
July 06
Brig Isabella --
59 days
Dublin 113 settlers Pentland & Bury
July 06
Ship Zephyr James Taylor
49 days
London   P. Patterson / in ballast
July 06
Schooner Dove William Huxtable
13 days
Little Bay, Nfld.   James Hunt / in ballast
July 07
Brig Ajax George Watson
44 days
Dublin 248 settlers Pentland & Bury / in ballast
July 07
Schooner [V]erona W. Taylor
14 days
Labrador   Mr. Budden / in ballast
July 07
Brig Warmer Andrew Low
17 days
St. John's, Nfld. two settlers to Order
July 07
Brig Waterloo John Kowland
52 days
Liverpool   G, Symes / Salt
July 07
Ship Governor Milne B. Anderson
[?] days
Cardiff   (blurred)
July 07
Brig Kingston John Stu[art]
63 days
[Hull] 99 settlers Bell & Stewart / in ballast and Goods
July 07
Brig Ann William Porter
52 days
Belfast 95 settlers [?] Stewart & Co. / in ballast
July 07
Brig William & Mathew William Evans
47 days
Sunderland [40] settlers Mr. Chaffer / Coals, Glass &c.
July 07
Brig Curlew Stephen Stewart
54 days
London   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
 
Total number of Settlers arrived to this date are 6,334

FOR SALE
The Establishment of
THE MONTREAL GAZETTE

No Paper in this City has been more profitable, and with industry can be [again] much more so. Nothing induces the Proprietor to relinquish it, but that his constant attention is required at his Mills at St. Andrews, to which place he intends to retire.
He also offers for sale, on very low terms, his Stock of Printed BOOKS.

JAMES BROWN
Montreal, 26th May 1819
N.B. Any person wishing to purchase the Printing Apparatus, can lease the Office for one or more years, or the whole Premises if it be required.

July 21st 1819
July 08
Brig Port Spain Waddington
22 days
Bermuda Mr. & Mrs. Wood, and brother Rum, Sugar & Coffee
July 09
Brig Anglim Thomas Grayson
52 days
Port Ba[?], Ireland (Baltimore?) 113 settlers Irvine, McNaught & Co. / in ballast
July 10
Ship Harrison Henry Davies
27 May
P[?]mouth 57 settlers James Sheppard / in ballast
July 11
H.M.S. Active Sir James Gordon
6 weeks
England via Western Islands    
July 13
Brig Shannon Robert Kendall
05 June
Demerara Mr. Harro[?]n and Mr. Johnson Woolsey, Stuart & Co. / Rum, Sugar &c.
July 13
Brig Darius C. Tindall
29 May
Oporto   Mr. Burnett / in ballast
July 14
Brig Whim William Barchard
10 weeks
Hull 95 settlers Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
July 14
Brig Nancy William Norman
65 days
Seville   [?] & White / in ballast
July 14
H.M.S. Newcastle --
--
England & Halifax Rear Admiral Griffith  
July 14
Brig Union --
--
Hare Island   This vessel was s[?] on Hare Island -sold- and now brought up
July 15
Brig Eliza Ann A. Grierson
42 days
Greenock 47 settlers Irvine, McNaught & Co. / Goods
July 15
Brig Columbia J. Hamilton
10 May
Dublin 154 settlers Thomas Dobbin / in ballast
July 15
Brig William Minor William Wilson
6 weeks
Aberdeen M[r.] Simpson, Mrs. Samley, and 93 settlers William Burnett / in ballast
July 15
Brig Symmetry William White
50 days
London   Bell & Stewart / in ballast
July 28th 1819
July 15
Brig Felicity W. White
8 weeks
London two settlers Heath & Moir / general cargo
July 16
Brig Stag Ralph Lewis
22 May
London   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
July 16
H.M. sloop Jane --
08 days
Halifax   tender to Rear Admiral Griffith
July 17
Ship John & Sarah William Bilton
28 days
Philadelphia 5 settlers Hamilton, Brothers & Co. / in ballast
July 17
Brig Thomas John Drury
35 days
Waterford 137 settlers Mr. Black / in ballast and some Linens
July 17
Brig Vittoria William Bowness
05 June
Belfast 273 settlers McRoberts & McLean / in ballast
July 18
Brig Pheasant J.C. Barns
8 weeks
Waterford 37 settlers Froste & Porter / in ballast
July 18
Schooner Nancy John Munro
07 May
Liverpool   Froste & Porter / Salt
July 21
Brig Jason William White
50 days
Jamaica   M. Findlay / Rum
July 22
Brig Grasshopper Thomas Rees
24 days
St. John, New Brunswick   Patterson & Weir / Rum and Molasses
August 4th 1819
July 22
Sloop Reward J.H. Huron
--
the King's Posts   J.C. McTavish / Furs, Salmon and Oil
July 24
Ship Agincourt William Marburin
24 days
Halifax 40 settlers P. Patterson / in ballast
July 24
Brig Vigilant William Hunter
--
--   returned having been on shore near the Brandy Pots, and makes too much water to proceed (had arrived June 1st from London)
July 25
Brig Industry Thomas Guest
9 weeks
Plymouth   Mr. Pemberton / in ballast
July 26
Brig Antelope John Cole
9 weeks
London   Hamilton, Brothers & Co. / in ballast
July 26
Brig Elizabeth Samuel Wickholm
52 days
Liverpool Messrs. Bury, Granger, Shaw & Thompson and 52 settlers to Captain / general cargo
July 26
Brig Harriet Robert Fulford
58 days
Liverpool 46 settlers to Captain / in ballast
July 26
Brig Two Brothers Richard Taylor
--
Newfoundland   Froste & Porter / in ballast
July 26
Brig St. Martin's Planter Richard Wintspiece
2 months
London   George Kerr / in ballast
July 26
Schooner Providence Seer
16 days
St. John's, Nfld.   J. McCallum & Co. / in ballast
July 27
Brig Brothers Young
46 days
Cork 44 settlers to Master. / in ballast
July 27
Schooner Queen Poisée
12 days
Baie des Chaleurs   to Master / Fish & Oil
July 27
Ship Rosina --
--
    returned, having lost two anchors off Isle of Orleans
July 27
Brig Lord Exmouth Barrett
40 days
Oporto   Mr. Price / in ballast
July 27
Brig Funchall Craws
36 days
Alicant   Rogerson & Co. / Wines and Fruit
July 27
Brig Martha Thomas
65 days
Cork 69 settlers T. Smith / Slops [?] and in ballast
July 27
Brig Hannah Jonnes
60 days
Portsmouth   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
July 27
Brig Superior Dennie
8 weeks
Montrose   Heath & Moir / in ballast
July 27
Brig Mary Wardill
50 days
London   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
July 27
Brig Henry Lower
12 June
London   H. Atkinson / in ballast
July 29
Brig Ridley A. Ridley
32 days
Madeira Messrs. Ridley and Slater Caldwell & Davidson / Wine
July 29
Brig Harmony Thomas Clark
13 June
Greenock 29 settlers Goods & Rum
July 29
Ship Huddart J. Appleton
20 May
London 172 officers and men of 60th & staff corps & 37 settlers in ballast & stores to governments
July 29
Brig Cherub --
--
London Messrs. Black, Hall, Thirwell, Captain Wilson and Captain Allison Reiffenstein / Goods
July 29
Brig James Henderson
50 days
Aberdeen   to Order / Goods
July 29
Brig Trafalgar Christopherson
08 June
Workington   Woolsey & Co.
July 29
Brig Polly Swordy
8 weeks
London   W. Price / in ballast
July 29
Brig Ann Cowie
8 weeks
London   William Price / in ballast
July 30
Brig Ocean Blake
9 weeks
Belfast 139 settlers Woolsey & Co. / in ballast
July 30
Bark Quaker Anderson
79 days
Baltimore, Ireland 35 settlers G. Kerr / in ballast
July 30
Brig Countess of Bute Wilson
43 days
Liverpool   Finlay & Co. / Salt
July 30
Schooner Mary Rose Dugos
28 days
St. John's, Nfld. 10 settlers to Captain / Plaster
 
386 (ship) arrivals from sea -- 8,123 settlers
 

Drinking Wager

On Monday last, a man by the name of Castongué waged he could drink six half pints of Rum immediately, one after another, which he did, and expired about an hour after.

August 11th 1819
Aug 01
Brig Thetis David Ireton
57 days
London   Atkinson / in ballast
Aug 02
Brig Jean Alexander (Sandy) Allan
8 weeks
Greenock 28 settlers general cargo - first transatlantic trip (dep. Greenock June 5th) for Alexander Allan, founder of the Allan Line of Sailing Ships in 1819. He was father of Sir Hugh Allan, who founded the Montreal Ocean Steamship Company (Allan Line) in 1854
Aug 05
Brig Betsey Palmer
2 months
London   in ballast
Aug 05
Ship Asia Ward
16 days
Halifax Mr. Hilliard and wife & [?] settlers Lymburner / in ballast
Aug 05
Ship Nautilus Melvin
42 days
Jamaica 7 officers and 163 men of the York Chasseurs  
Aug 06
Ship Mary Anna Elliot
2 months
To[?]   Handyside & Co. / in ballast
August 18th 1819
Aug 07
H.M. Ship Cyrene Tozer
14 days
Halifax   with 600,000 dollars
Aug 08
Brig Sheatlam [sic Streatlam ] Castle Robert Gibson
73 days
Sunderland 85 settlers H. Atkinson / in ballast
Aug 08
Ship Ocean Harris Davis
46 days
Jamaica 7 officers and 210 men of the York Chasseurs to government / in ballast
Aug 08
Brig Hornby John Blair
59 days
Falmouth   M. Bryan / in ballast
Aug 08
3 Schooners --
--
Gaspé and the Magdalen Islands   Fish, Oil and Plaster of Paris
Aug 09
Brig Spanish Patriots Richard Criddeford
13 July
Havre Grace, Nfld. M. Henderson M. Henderson / Plaster of Paris
Aug 09
Bark Hope Royal
58 days
Plymouth 15 settlers Hamilton, Brothers & Co. / Plaster of Paris
Aug 09
2 Schooners --
--
    from the fisheries below
Aug 10
Ship Chapman John Milbank
49 days
Jamaica 11 officers and 296 men of the York Chasseurs to Government / in ballast
Aug 10
Brig Navigation Shed
11 weeks
Jamaica   Bell & Stewart / Rum, Sugar & Coffee
August 25th 1819
 
KINGSTON, AUGUST 17.
SUICIDE

This morning, about nine o'clock, Lieutenant Birch, of the Royal Navy, put a period to his existence, by shooting himself through the head.---We are informed that Mr. Birch had, for some time previous to his death, laboured under a melancholy state of mind.---An amiable wife and one child are the survivors of this awful catastrophe.

Aug 14
Ship Laura John Whitmore
8 weeks
Bristol Mr. Ratcliffe and family & 32 settlers Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
Aug 14
Ship Princess Royal John Ingham
36 days
Grenada 2 settlers M. Wood / Rum, Sugar & Coffee
Aug 14
Sloop Peggy John Mayee
21 days
Miramichi 13 settlers to Captain / in ballast
Aug 14
Brig Phillis H. Grayson
9 weeks
Workington 154 settlers Woolsey, Stewart & Co. / in ballast
Aug 15
Brig Constantia William Moyne
58 days
Waterford 90 settlers to Captain / in ballast
Aug 15
Brig Albion A. Morrison
66 days
Belfast   McRoberts & McLean / in ballast
Aug 15
Brig Patriot W.E. Garner
12 weeks
Liverpool   to Order / Salt
Aug 16
Sloop Constitution W. Owens
45 days
Demerara   John Jones jnr. / Rum
Aug 16
Brig James William Jack
9 weeks
Dublin 161 settlers G. Ross/ in ballast
Aug 16
Bark Lord Duncan John Brown
71 days
Plymouth   P. Patterson / in ballast
Aug 16
Brig Lord Wellington William Austin
60 days
Plymouth 5 settlers to Captain / in ballast
Aug 16
Brig Robert & Ann Thomas Cummings
10 weeks
Liverpool   Froste & Porter / Salt
Aug 16
3 Schooners --
--
    from the fisheries below
Aug 16
Bark Arethusa William Wise
73 days
Hull 123 settlers Bell & Stewart / in ballast
Aug 18
a Schooner --       from the fisheries below
September 1st 1819
 
We have this day the painful task of announcing to our readers, the unexpected death of our Governor in Chief the DUKE of RICHMOND -- He died on Saturday last, the 28th ultimo, at 8 o'clock in the morning, after a few hours illness, as he was returning from his tour of Upper Canada, by the way of the settlements and the Ottawas river. Yesterday morning at an early hour the body was brought to the Government House in this city, and about 7 o'clock in the evening, was carried on board the steamboat Malsham, to be conveyed to Quebec. -- On this solemn occasion, the troops in garrison with music, the officers of the different departments, the clergy and citizens of every degree, attended his Grace's remains to the river side.
Aug 21
Brig Agnes William Beveridge
70 days
Belfast 210 settlers Mr. Burnett / in ballast
Aug 22
Ship Harmony Henry Mossop
58 days
Oban, Scotland 253 settlers Irvine, McNaught & Co. in ballast (passengers?)
Aug 22
Brig Leopold John Wilson
22 days
Halifax 32 settlers, Mr. Tonnancour, Mr. Burroughs, and one stranger to Order / Goods
Aug 22
one Schooner --
--
    from the fisheries below
Aug 22
Bark Hope Ninian Warden
58 days
Oban, Scotland 164 settlers Irvine, McNaught & Co. in ballast (passengers?)
Aug 22
Brig Spring Snowden
66 days
Bristol Lieut. Phillpot Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
Aug 23
Ship Minerva Henry Dale
04 July
Plymouth   P. Patterson / in ballast (at Anchor off Orleans)
Aug 24
Brig Robert Fuge A.G. Blewett
60 days
Liverpool Mr. Finton and 32 settlers to Order / general cargo
 
Total number of settlers arrived this season 9,545
 

DIED--On Tuesday last, the 31st ult. Mr. William Martin inspector of Chimneys for this City and Suburbs for many years.

=====<<<<<000O000>>>>>=====

The great propensity the Americans have to possess themselves of the territories adjacent to them, has already been observed in the Gazette: to strengthen this observation, it will not be improper to quote from a respectable Boston paper a remark made by its Editor, who, speaking of the fertility of Canada, its flourishing state, and the facilities afforded by the government to promote its prosperity, adds, "It ought, and must eventually belong to the United States, but the cost is not easily to be calculated." Thus the most virtuous nation in the world is at the same time the most envious, and sickens at the prosperity of a neighbour. But if the United States must eventually have Canada per fas aut nefas, they must calculate on not having it at least for less than the full value.

September 8th 1819
Aug 26
Brig Ben Johnson George Ostey
67 days
Portsmouth 4 Officers, 2 Ladies, 54 Men for the 60th, [? Men] for the 76th, 15 Men for the 68th, and 50 settlers  
Aug 28
Ship Camillus Robert Dye
63 days
Liverpool Lieut. [?]murst, R.N., Mr. Trayer, and Mr. Orange J. Jones, Junior / Goods &c.
Aug. 28
Schooner Margaret J. Cocken
24 days
St. John's, Nfld.   Woolsey, Stuart & Co.
Aug 28
-- Lady Banks Samuel Maughan
70 days
London   Bell and Stewart / in ballast
Aug 28
Brig Glory James Grant
8 weeks
Aberdeen   Heath & Moir / in ballast
Aug 29
Brig Duchess of Cumberland A. Hall
07 June
London   Bell and Stewart / in ballast
Aug 29
Ship Dorothy William Stuart
64 days
London   Hamilton, Brothers & Co. / in ballast
Aug 30
Bark Richard and John George Henlon
64 days
Belfast 126 settlers McRoberts & McLean / in ballast
Aug 30
Schooner Grace Peter Doyle
12 weeks
Bally Castle 47 settlers Mr. Sheppard / Soap and Candles
Aug 30
Brig Sophia E. Vickerman
23 June
Bristol   to Order / general cargo
Aug 30
Brig Stapleton Thomas Amary
9 weeks
Liverpool   G. Symes / Salt
Aug 30
Brig Jane Alex. Bernie
78 days
Newry 163 settlers Hamilton, Brothers & Co. / in ballast
Aug 30
Brig Margaret J. Crookes
12 weeks
Dublin 108 settlers Mr. Pemberton / in ballast
Aug 30
Brig Paragon Thomas Mitchel
66 days
Leith 66 settlers Irvine & Co. / Coals &c.
Aug 30
Ship General Kempt N. Bourne
16 June
Chatham   Mr. Pemberton / in ballast
Aug 30
Ship Lynx John Redpath
16 July
Plymouth Mr. Nichols in ballast
Aug 30
Brig Elizabeth J. Girt
9 weeks
London   Bell & Stewart / in ballast
Aug 31
Sloop Lapwing Lawrence, Smith
63 days
Grenada   James Ross / Rum
Aug 31
Schooner President Matson
--
from North Shore   Lymburner & Co. / Fish, Oils, Furs &c.
Aug 31
Schooner Adelaide --
--
the King's Posts   Mr. McTavish / Furs, Salmon and Oil
Aug 31
Brig Industry A. Smith
21 days
Fox River   Thomas C. Oliva
Aug 31
Brig Merope George Batricks
27 July
Cork   G. Pozer / in ballast - (second voyage)
Sep 01
Ship Percy Hall Thomas Forster
16 July
London   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep 01
Brig Friends J. Selkirk
8 weeks
Bristol Lieut. Jenkins, R.N. and 5 settlers A. George / Iron, Rum &c.
Sep 01
Brig William Pitt Thomas Stonehouse
66 days
Hull 32 settlers Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
Sep 01
Brig Elizabeth and Mary C.R. Brown
7 weeks
Plymouth   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep 01
Schooner Eliza Musson James Basden
23 days
Bermuda Mr. Hinson Mr. Hinson / Rum, Sugars &c.
Sep 01
Brig Alexander Joseph Alexander
9 weeks
Liverpool   general cargo
Sep 01
Brig Margaret D. McGill
10 weeks
Ross, near Waterford 87 settlers to Order / in ballast

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