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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note: if ships' rigging or name of Master unpublished, it is indicated by -- (The newspapers were filmed within their binding, making one side of some entries, unreadable, or only partly legible.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
September 15th 1819
Sep 02
Brig Fame George Masson
70 days
Aberdeen   Heath & Moir / in ballast
Sep 03
Brig Hunter James Hunter
56 days
Liverpool Mr. Stewart, Mr. Howe, Mr. Balhouse, and the Reverend Parkins, wife and family Charles Hunter / Salt and Goods
Sep 05
Brig Progress John Talbert
56 days
London Major Berwick, Mr. Gre[c]e, one woman & one child James Rose / Rum & Molasses
Sep 05
Mary Ann Thomas Ellison
43 days
B[?]   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast - second voyage, sailed from Quebec June 3rd: saw about twenty sail [?] up below Green Island
Sep 05
Brig Emerald R. Brady
14 July
London   Atkinson / in ballast
Sep 05
Brig United Friends William Dale
81 days
-- 15 settlers Mr. Rogers / general cargo
Sep 06
Ship Thalia John Todd
02 July
London   Bell & Stewart / in ballast
Sep 06
Brig Mary John Jacobson
15 July
Leith   Burnett / in ballast - second voyage
Sep 07
Ship Thorntons Holmes
47 days
Glasgow 24 settlers [?]sey, Stewart & Co. / Coals and Rum
Sep 07
Brig Royalist Palmer
76 days
Sunderland   Bruce / Coals
Sep 07
Ship John Richard Ward
12 July
London   Bell & Stewart / in ballast
Sep 07
Ship Faith Thonhill
57 days
London   Caldwell & Co. / in ballast
Sep 07
Bark Camperdown Evans
9 weeks
Limerick 252 settlers Hamilton & Co. / in ballast | many Camperdown passengers to Montreal in steamboat New Swiftsure
Sep 07
Ship Jane Rogers
8 weeks
Greenock 64 settlers G, [Symes] / general cargo
Sep 07
Brig Sternshall [D.] Mainland
[62] days
London   P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast - second voyage
Sep 07
Ship Nautilus Mitchell
15 July
Plymouth Mr. Harvey, and Messrs. Screws & Fox Bell & Stewart
Sep 07
Brig Hero Mason
9 weeks
Lynn Mr. Wright Campbell & Sheppard / in ballast
Sep 07
Brig William P. Wood
11 July
London   Burnett / in ballast
Sep 07
Ship Marquis of Anglesey Thomas McGregor
54 days
London Mssrs. Hall, Catten and family, Mrs. Peel and two children P. Patterson / in ballast
Sep 07
Ship George Robert Consitt
42 days
Glasgow   P. Patterson / in ballast
Sep 07
Brig Fortune Robert Peel
56 days
London   P. Patterson / in ballast
Sep 07
Brig Catherine D. Wilkie
68 days
Belfast 70 settlers Heath & Moir / in ballast, & Tar, Linen
Sep 07
Brig Thetis Jno. Taylor
63 days
Whitehaven   Heath & Moir / Wine Rum & Coals
Sep 08
Brig Active James Cock
9 weeks + 03 days
London 3 Government officers H. Atkinson / Government stores
Sep 08
Ship Majestic F. Harper
19 July
London Mr. [?]vey, and one family in steerage Campbell & Sheppard
Sep 08
Brig Elizabeth & Ann B. Dobson
45 days
Liverpool   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep 08
Ship M[?]ct James Atkin
53 days
Aberdeen   Campbell & Sheppard / in ballast
Sep 08
Brig Richard James Lloyd
56 days
Plymouth   to Order / in ballast
Sep 08
Brig John John Smith
2 months
London   George Kerr / in ballast
Sep 08
Brig Isabella Robert Lawson
49 days
Dublin 120 settlers Mr. Pentland / in ballast
Sep 09
Brig British Tar John Clarke
42 days
London   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep 09
Schooner Sisters O. Lloyd
16 days
Fortune Bay, [Nfld.] Captain Orchard of the Brig Hebe to Messrs. Sheppard, with stores of the Brig Hebe - the Hebe was wrecked near Fortune Bay on her passage from Liverpool, July 4th
Sep 09
Brig Lavinia Alex. Keith
63 days
Peterhead 21 settlers from the Brig Lovely Nelly & Captain Johnson and part of the crew of Lovely Nelly Bell & Stewart / in ballast - Brig Lovely Nelly was wrecked on the night of 27th August last, near Point Demon, of and from Workington to Quebec, 8 weeks -- 21 of her passengers have arrived in the Lavinia, also the stores
 

MARRIED

On Tuesday the 7th inst. William Molson, Esq., (1793-1875) son of John Molson. Esq., (1760-1836) to Miss Eliza Badgley, daughter of Francis Badgley, Esq., both of the city.

(the Molson family ran the St. Lawrence Steamboat Co. steamships, between Quebec & Montreal, which carried many of the immigrants arriving via Quebec)

September 22nd 1819
Sep 09
Brig Choice Hurry
43 days
Belfast   to Order / in ballast
Sep 09
Brig Henry Jon. Jobson
50 days
Dublin   Pemberton / in ballast
Sep 10
Brig Tasso Taylor
24 July
Liverpool   P. Patterson / in ballast
Sep 10
Ship Prospect Wake
18 July
London   P. Patterson / in ballast
Sep 10
Ship Isaac Todd Smith
19 June
London M. [?] Esq., and family, 14 in number, Mrs. Pearson and family, 3 servants Caldwell & Co. / general cargo
Sep 10
Brig Alligator Coulson
20 days
Halifax   [?]vin & Belanger / Rum and Sugar
Sep 10
Brig Atlantic Bell
42 days
Liverpool   Heath & Moir / in ballast
Sep 10
Bark Perseus Richardson
16 July
London   M. Micklejohn / ballast
Sep 10
Brig Jean Thomas Innes
47 days
Aberdeen   Irvine & Co. / in ballast
Sep 11
Ship Mary John Taylor
18 July
London   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep 11
Brig Traveller James Goldie
49 days
Tobermory 142 settlers Heath & Moir / in ballast
Sep 11
Brig Blucher John Grayson
69 days
Belfast 154 settlers Froste & Porter / in ballast
Sep 11
Brig Mantle John Davidson
23 July
London   P. Patterson / in ballast
Sep 11
Brig Margaret Thomas Fillan
13 July
Liverpool   R. Orkney / Salt and Goods
Sep 11
Brig Friendship John Parker
49 days
Liverpool Reverend Mr. Suddart and family, and Mr. King Irvine, McNaught & Co./ in ballast
Sep 11
Brig General Brock James Giddes
59 days
Londonderry 198 settlers Froste & Porter / Salt
Sep 11
Brig Jean Alexander Brown
9 weeks
London 26 settlers from the Lovely Nelly, and 2 of the crew Bell & Stewart / in ballast
Sep 11
Brig Glatton M. Wilkinson
26 July
Workington   Mr Newman / Coals
Sep 11
Brig Hope Thomas Clarke
23 July
London   Mr. Price / in ballast
Sep 11
Brig Mary Fell William Parkin
25 July
Limerick   Irvine, McNaught & Co./ with Pork & ballast
Sep 11
Brig Star John Matthewson
46 days
Aberdeen   to Order. / in ballast
Sep 11
Ship Clifton James Shand
52 days
London   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep 11
Ship Friends George Clarke
05 July
Hull 10 settlers Hamilton, Brothers & Co. / in ballast
Sep 11
Brig Marshland John Ditchburn
8 weeks
Cork 52 settlers Mr. Sinton / Oats and Leather - second voyage
Sep 11
Brig Flora Robert Work
8 weeks
London   to order / in ballast
Sep 11
Ship Jane John Nichols
03 July
London Mrs. Ogden, Miss Richardson, Mr. & Miss Fay (or Try) , and Miss Stewart H. Atkinson / general cargo
Sep 11
Bark Sophia J. Beckett
22 July
Cork   to Order / in ballast
Sep 11
Brig Idas P. Aldridge
65 days
London   Patterson & Weir / in ballast
Sep 12
Ship Argo William Lorriman
61 days
Londonderry 240 settlers Mr. Pemberton / in ballast
Sep 12
Brig Bolden J.J. Browell
22 days
New York Dr. Blakelock Heath & Moir / in ballast
Sep 12
Brig Argus William Wilkinson
9 weeks
Workington 5 settlers Wooley, Stewart & Co. / Coals
Sep 12
Ship Speculation B. Allan
78 days
Oban, Scotland via Pictou N.S 87 settlers Irvine, McNaught & Co./ in ballast - from Acadian Recorder, pub. Aug. 28 1819 "with 150 Highland passengers; 23 landed, and remainder would go to Quebec in the ship."
Sep 12
Bark Esther C. Eskildon
11 weeks
Liverpool   Mr. Phillips / in ballast
Sep 12
Brig Kelsick Wood J. Fisher
44 days
Liverpool 17 settlers George Symes / Salt and Goods
Sep 12
Ship Mariner J. Herbert
28 July
Portsmouth   H. Atkinson / in ballast
Sep 12
Ship Lord Wellington Robert Harrison
27 July
London   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep 12
Ship Britannia C. Lamb
27 July
London   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep 12
Brig Peace John Batill
60 days
London one settler from the Beaver Mr. Burnett / in ballast
September 27th 1819
  note: the following 36 ships arrived between September 12th and September 22nd (date was obscured)
Sep
Brig Traveller William Bennett
58 days
Hamburg   Irvine & Co. / in ballast
Sep
Ship Benjamin & Mary J. Coates
2 months
London   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep
Ship Union W. Barry
70 days
Kingsale [sic Kinsale]   Froste & Porter / in ballast
Sep
Brigantine Elizabeth & Esther Vesey
41 days
St. Vincent   Irvine & Co. / Rum, Sugar &c.
Sep
Brig George Budduck
61 days
Lynn   Hamilton, Brothers & Co. / in ballast
Sep
Bark Nelson Barrick
56 days
Leith 19 settlers Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep
Brig Progress Clint
56 days
Liverpool   Froste & Porter / in ballast
Sep
Brig Union Steward
51 days
Whitby 2 settlers Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep
2 Schooners  
--
    from the Fisheries below, with Cod Fish, Oil and Salmon
Sep
Sloop Reward --
--
Mingan   Furs, Salmon, Oil &c.
Sep
Brig Leeds Lincoln
55 days
Liverpool   Bell & Stewart / Coals and Salt
Sep
Schooner Augusta Ann N. Darrelle
26 days
Bermuda   to Captain / Sugar
Sep
Ship Henry Cerf D. Roxbury
50 days
London Captain McAuley, R.E. & Mr. Graham Hamilton & Co. / general cargo
Sep 17
Brig Emily B. Thompson
55 days
Shannon 82 settlers Mr. Chaffer / in ballast
Sep
Brig Hebe James Main
74 days
London Captain Sweeney, 70th regiment, Lady & 3 servants, the Reverend Mr. Campbell & nine in steerage to Goverment with Provisions
Sep
Brig Shannon Jon. Hale
06 July
Dublin 131 settlers Pentland & Bury / in ballast
Sep
1 Schooner  
--
Bay of Chaleurs   Fish & Oil
Sep
Brig Amelia P. Gelespie
72 days
Port Rush Mr. Randall Pemberton / in ballast
Sep
Brig Eclipse William Wilson
18 July
Lynn   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
Sep
Ship Nile Jon. Pack
30 July
Liverpool Mr. Ritchie & son Froste & Porter / in ballast
Sep
Brig Glory Thomas Brinn
19 July
Lynn   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
Sep
Brig Drake P. Dwyer
24 July
Dartmouth   James Hunt / in ballast
Sep
Schooner Two Sisters J. Armstrong
23 days
St. George's Bay   to Master / Fish & Oil &c.
Sep
1 Schooner  
--
    from the Fisheries below
Sep
Bark Oxenhope A. Donaldson
46 days
Hull   Hamilton & Co. / in ballast - second voyage
Sep
Brig Hope John Duncan
46 days
Greenock   Irvine & Co. / in ballast
Sep
Brig Enterprize John Cook
51 days
London   P. Patterson / in ballast
Sep
Schooner Mary William Hutton
5 + 3 weeks
Halifax & Prince Edward Island Lady of the late General Fanning, three daughters & servants, Thomas Wilson and family, John Hogg and family. Mr. Aiken and daughter, Mr. McDonald and daughter, Mr. Randall, Mr. Moore and Mr. Jacobs Mr. Ritchie / Sugar & Rum
Sep
Brig Scipio A. Madders
73 days
Newry 44 settlers Froste & Porter / in ballast
Sep
Ship British Army J. Waterer
7 weeks
Portsmouth Captain Bing, R.N., lady family & servants, Mr. Benson and Mr. Clark P. Patterson / in ballast
Sep
Brig Albuera Charles Bothwit
43 days
Oporto   Mr. Bernett / Salt
Sep
Brig Emily Thomas Cowle
69 days
Lisbon   James Hunt / Salt
Sep
Bark Marianne D. Thomson
30 July
Greenock   Irvine, McNaught & Co. in ballast
Sep
Bark Robert & Anne Samuel Jefferson
53 days
London Lieutenant Barrister, R.N. Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep
Brig Latona William Robinson
44 days
Plymouth Mr. Harvie and two in steerage Henry Atkinson / in ballast
Sep
Brig Kingston John Benney
Aug 01
London   P. Pattereson / in ballast
 
Total number of settlers (this season) -- 12,044
October 6th 1819
Sep 22
Brig Garland Robinson
20 days
Halifax 30 settlers James Douglass / in ballast
Sep 23
Brig Tuscan Thompson
27 July
London   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep 23
Brig Fanny McPherson
12 days
Halifax   Melvin & Belanger / Rum & Molasses
Sep 23
Ship Wyton Collinson
04 Aug
Portsmouth   P. Patterson / in ballast
Sep 25
Ship Finsbury John Cleghorn
58 days
London   P. Patterson / in ballast
Sep 25
Brig Louisa D. Smith
50 days
London Mr. McClean [sic McLean] and six in steerage Reiffenstein / general cargo
Sep 25
Brig Margaret James Rumford
14 days
Halifax   Melvin & Belanger / Rum, Sugar &c.
Sep 25
Ship Sterling James White
09 Aug
Liverpool   John Goudie / Salt
Sep 25
Brig Wakefield Robert Carter
02 Aug
Glasgow 20 settlers Wine, Corn &c.
Sep 25
Brig Mercator Edward Bell
10 Aug
Cork 13 settlers Froste & Porter / in ballast
Sep 25
Brig Patriot A. Anderson
08 Aug
Aberdeen   Heath & Moir / in ballast
Sep 25
Schooner Cora E. Arnold
55 days
Jamaica   Mr. Burnett / Rum, Sugar &c.
Sep 25
Brig Isabella Robert Bourlay
04 Aug
Newcastle 1 settler P. Patterson / general cargo
Sep 25
Brig Agenoria W. Lines
78 days
London Mr. Mason from Gaspé Bell & Stewart / in ballast
Sep 25
Brig Menia Edward Davis
50 days
Dublin 82 settlers Henry Black / Linen & Hardware
Sep 25
Brig John Crowther George Oakley
18 July
Liverpool   Messrs. Irvine & Co. / general cargo
Sep 25
Ship Esk William Gray
29 July
London   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep 25
Ship Suffolk William Kenny
01 Aug
Belfast   H. Atkinson / in ballast
Sep 25
Brig Fame Thomas Cooper
20 July
Plymouth   Mr. Price / in ballast
Sep 25
Brig Briton Thomas Evans
52 days
Dublin   Mr. Pemberton / in ballast
Sep 25
Brig Martha George Simpson
54 days
Belfast 137 settlers George Symes / in ballast
Sep 25
2 Schooners --
--
    from the Fisheries below; one with the materials of the brig Beaver, wrecked on Red Island - passengers and crew all saved
Sep 26
Brig Cherub W. Rayside
10 Aug
Greenock 18 settlers George Ross / general cargo
Sep 26
Brig William Hugh Blair
08 Aug
Liverpool   G. Symes / Salt and Goods
Sep 26
Brig Dispatch John Thompson
17 Aug
Cork   Mr. Pemberton / Soap and Candles
Sep 27
Ship Canada Robertson
15 Aug
Greenock   Hamiltons & Co. / in ballast
Sep 27
Ship Columbus Smith
21 Aug
--   Mr. Orkney / Salt
Sep 27
Ship Nassau Maddock
37 days
Waterford   J. Bayley / in ballast
Sep 27
Brig Favourite Brisbane
35 days
Liverpool 20 settlers C. Hunter / in ballast
Sep 27
Sloop Intermediate Townsend
39 days
Grenada Mr. MacSwinney B. Wood / Rum, Sugar &c.
Sep 27
Ship Europe Willis
86 days
London   Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
Sep 28
Brig Kate Thomas Tynes
35 days
Barbadoes   Irvine, McNaught & Co. / Rum, Sugar and Molasses
Sep 28
Brig Neptune A. Thompson
15 Aug
Liverpool   D. Ross and H. Oliva / Salt & Coals
Sep 28
Schooner Two Friends --
3 weeks
Magdalen Islands   Mr. Doucett / Fish Oil &c.
Sep 28
Schooner Annabella --
--
Labrador Shore   Fish, Oil &c.
Sep 28
Ship Rebecca Thomas McKenzie
19 Aug
Greenock 13 settlers George Ross / general cargo
Sep 28
Brig Matilda --
21 days
St. John's, Nfld. 4 settlers Heath & Moir
Sep 28
Ship Rolla Thirsby
04 Aug
Leith   Bell & Stewart / in ballast
October 13th 1819

Drowned, on Monday night, Thomas Rodgers, a sergeant of the 70th regiment.---He had embarked in a wooden canoe, and was crossing from Point Henry to the fort on Point Frederick, when by mischance, the canoe was overset, and the infortunate man sank to the bottom.

Married, at Quebec on Saturday evening 2nd instant, by the Rev. G.J. Mountain, Mr. Alfred Hawkins, wine merchant, to Miss Patterson, daughter of Mr. James Patterson, of the same place.

Died, at Quebec, on the night of the 30 ultimo, at 10 o'clock at his country house on the north bank of the river St. Charles, near Quebec, Mr. John Urquhart, aged 95 years, for many years a respectable citizen of that place.

Sep 30
Brig Minerva Morgan
10 Aug
Liverpool 1 settler George Ross / in ballast
Sep 30
Brig Latona Philip
49 days
Belfast 2 settlers to Order / in ballast
Oct 01
Brig Jesse Lyon
07 Aug
Ayr   to Order
Oct 01
Brig Elizabeth James Webster
21 Aug
Liverpool   G. Symes / Salt and Coals
Oct 01
Brig Sally Samuel Ball
21 Aug
Maryport   W. Jackson / in ballast
Oct 04
Brig George Symes J. Bushby
27 Aug
Liverpool   G. Symes / Rum &c. - second voyage
Oct 04
Bark Barrick Jameson
01 Aug
Hull 7 settlers Hamilton & Co. / Crates &c.
Oct. 04
Schooner Nancy Valle
22 days
Esquimaus Bay   J. Pozer / Fish, Oil, Furs &c.
Oct 04
2 small Schooners --
--
Gaspé   Fish, Oil &c.
Oct 05
Bark Barrington Harrison
63 days
Hull 6 settlers Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
Oct 06
Ship Hannah Samuel Webber
21 Aug
London   P. Patterson / in ballast
Oct 06
Brig Mary H. Muliphant
20 Aug
Waterford    
Oct 06
Brig John John Edington
21 days
St. John's, Nfld. [?] settlers Hamilton, Brothers, & Co. / in ballast
Oct 06
Brig Alexander Robert Marshall
27 Aug
Liverpool   J. Jones, junior / general cargo - second voyage
Oct 06
Brig Prince of Asturias William Clague
20 Aug
Dublin   Mr. Pentland / in ballast - second voyage
Oct 06
Brig Procriss John Taggart
27 Aug
Cork   G. Pozer / in ballast
October 20th 1819
 

HALIFAX, September 20

We are very much alarmed at the progress of the fe[ver] at Bermuda. Already have the principal medical officer and chief engineer fallen victims, with other officers and about 100 out of a garrison of 400 or 500 soldiers. [The] inhabitants have suffered in a great proportion, and dismay and confusion there.

  note: the following 12 entries, ships arrived between October 6th and October 16th (date was obscured)
Oct
Schooner -- --
--
Gaspé   Mr. Armstrong / Fish & Oil - Intelligence: saw a brig on Monday last below the Traverse, with loss of both Anchors, she is called the .....fes, from Liverpool, bound up.
Oct
Brig Eliza James Harvey
22 Aug
Liverpool   G. Ross / general cargo
Oct
Brig Princess Royal W. Talbot
34 days
Bermuda   Melvin & Belanger / Rum and Lignum-vitć
Oct
Brig Waller Alex Hannay
26 Aug
Liverpool   Stewart, Holyroyd & Co. / general cargo
Oct
Brig St. Lawrence McLean
27 Aug
Cork   Mr. Jameson / Wine and Butter
Oct
Brig Governor Woodford R. Maxwell
30 days
Barbadoes   Hamilton / Rum and Sugar
Oct
Brig Jane Alexander Murdoch
22 Aug
Greenock Mr. Aikin, two Miss Hutchinsons, and 10 in steerage Melvin & Belanger / general cargo
 
Total vessels arrived 612 -- Settlers 12,434
Oct
Brig Antoinette E.W. Elsworthy
35 days
Jamaica Mr. and Mrs. Cheeseman & servant, and Mr. Burke Mr. Price / Coffee - Chesmer ?
Oct
Brig Lovely Nelly --
--
Pointe Demon   Campbell & Sheppard - this vessel was stranded on her passage from Dublin, sold, and now got off
Oct
small Schooner --
--
Baie des Chaleurs   Oysters, Herrings &c.
Oct
Schooner -- (Marett)
--
Gaspé   Fish and Oil - brings the crew of the brig Bath [Ruth?], of and from Workington, sailed 25th August, and wrecked the 28th September, near Cape Riger--crew all saved, and part of the materials--Captain and Mate coming up in Boyle's schooner--says also, that a schooner was wrecked Thursday last on Biquette, supposed to be Mr. David Stewart's vessel lost, crew saved
Oct
Brig Britannia J. Cleary
44 days
Dublin   I.L. McGregor / in ballast
October 27th 1819
  Another public misfortune has befallen Canada in the recent death of John Ogilvy, Esquire, his Majesty's Commissioner for ascertaining the boundary line between this country and the United States. This gentleman, while prosecuting the survey of Lake Erie, was attacked by a species of fever, which had prevailed in the adjoining country among the inhabitants as well as among the surveying party. He remained several days ill in his health exposed to the heat of the sun by day, and the cold and dews of the night, and could not be persuaded by the most ernest entreaties of his attendants to repair to Amhertsburgh, where he might have regular medical assistance, until in the last extremity, when the disease was too far advanced, and his constitution was unable loger to resist its fatal progress. He died at the above place after sixteen days illness, on the 28th September, aged about 55, and his remains were interred on the 30th with military honours.
Colonel Ogilvy, from his extensive information and local knowledge, added to unwearied perseverence and assiduity, was eminently qualified for the important charge with which he had been honoured, and we fear it will not be easy to replace him with a person equally capable and equally disposed to serve the country.
Kingston Chronicle
Oct 16
Ship Highland Lad W. Moore
27 Aug
London Mr. Shadgatt and family, Mr. Jones & lady, and two in steerage Messrs. Reiffenstein / general cargo
Oct 16
Bark St. Lawrence G. Douglass
29 Aug
London Mr. Cra[?] and family, D.A. Commissary General McClean [McLean] and Lady, Mr. Treaud, and 4 in the steerage Mr. Newton / general cargo
Oct 20
Ship Prince of [Waterloo] James Gray
01 Sep
Aberdeen   McRoberts & McLean / in ballast
Oct 20
Schooner (Boyle)
09 days
Gaspé   Fish & Oils - brings the master and crew of the brig Ruth [Bath?]
Oct 20
Brig Ceres Thomas Clementson
18 Aug
Liverpool 10 settlers Froste & Porter / Salt, Coals and Goods - this vessel lost her Anchors, been in [?]mouth, sent part of her cargo, replaced her anchors and will proceed to Montreal, having received no more damage
 
Total of vessels arrived this season 624
Oct 24
Brig Carricks John Sparks
04 Sep
Liverpool Mr. Hafer G. Symes / general cargo
November 10th 1819
Oct 29
Brig Robert J. Neil
20 Aug
Greenock Captain Young, and six settlers George Ross / general cargo
Oct 29
Brig Orion H.M. Grackin
10 Sep
Greenock Mr. Mitchell D. Ross / in ballast - saw 11 schooners coming up
Oct 30
Brig Waterloo A. Lawson
24 days
St. John's, Nfld. 9 settlers R. Morrogh / in ballast
Oct 31
2 Schooners --
--
    from below with Fish, Oil &c.
Nov 01
Schooner Margaret Corken
23 days
P[?] 6 settlers James McCallum & Co. / Fish
Nov 01
Brig Kate McKenna
03 Sep
Dublin 47 settlers Pentland & Bury / Brandy - second voyage
Nov 01
Bark Sir James Kempt Roebuck
11 Sep
Bristol   Hancox and Cringan / in ballast
Nov 01
Brig Albion Doyle
28 Aug
Dublin   Mr. Pentland / in ballast
Nov 01
Schooner William Randall
08 Oct
Halifax 3 settlers Irvine & Co. / Rum and Sugar
Nov 01
Schooner Margaret Le Blanc
3 weeks
Halifax 3 settlers Mr. Tremain / Rum and Sugar
Nov 02
Brig Olive Branch William Patterson
26 Aug
Bristol Captain Roberts, R.N. family and 1 or 2 in steerage A. George / Iron, Coke &c.- this vessel put into St. Michaels [Azores?] and sailed 13th September

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