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Ship Arrivals at the Port of Quebec, 1821

The following arrivals were extracted from the Montreal Gazette 1821. In 1821 the Montreal Gazette was a weekly publication. Additional information from the Quebec Mercury.
note: if ships' rigging or name of Master unpublished, it is indicated by -- (The newspapers were filmed within their binding, making one side of some entries, unreadable, or only partly legible.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 1821.

See also St. Lawrence Steamboat Co. Passenger Records for Malsham & Lady Sherbrooke

May 08 - June 22 | June 22 - Aug 17 | Aug 17 - Nov 07

Date
Vessel
Master
Sailed
From
Passengers
Consigned to/Remarks
May 23rd 1821
May 08
brig Southampton White
30 days
Grenada Messrs. Leaycraft and Burrows to order / rum ; Intelligence: saw a quantity if ice in the Gulph (gulf) — no vessel in the River.
May 15
brig Venus Anderson
47 days
Aberdeen 10 settlers to Heath and Moir / general cargo
May 15
brig Cherub William Rayside
36 days
Greenock Mr. & Mrs. Torrence, J. Pearson, Handyside, Capt. McColl and 20 settlers to G. Ross / general cargo ; 1000 settlers coming from Greenock.
May 15
brig Rising Sun Docy [Doeg]
49 days
Newcastle 7 settlers to Handyside & Co. / cargo coals
May 15
brig Zephyr Brown
34 days
Hull   to Bell and Stewart / in ballast
May 15
brig Juno Henderson
45 days
Aberdeen 6 settlers to order / general cargo
May 15
brig Earl of Dalhousie Levie
40 days
Aberdeen 15 settlers to Rogerson, Hunter & Co. / in ballast
May 15
brig Mary Ann Moore
43 days
Aberdeen 6 settlers to Heath and Moir / general cargo
May 15
bark Isabella and Dorothy Ellison
42 days
Newcastle   to W. Newton / in ballast
May 15
ship Earl Fitzwilliam Jackson
36 days
Hull 80 settlers to Campbell & Sheppard / in ballast
May 15
schooner Providence Cire
06 days
Bay des Chaleurs   to order
May 15
brig Superior J. Birnie
36 days
Montrose   to order / in ballast
May 15
brig Mary D. McKennon
36 days
St. Vincents Mr. Thirwell to Thirwell / rum and molasses
May 15
brig Mary Russel J. Whillis
45 days
London   to Auldjo & Co. / general cargo
May 15
brig Patriot J. Troop
43 days
Aberdeen   to Heath & Moir / coals
May 15
brig Fly J. Ennis (T. Innis)
35 days
St. Michael's   to H. Atkinson / fruit
May 15
brig Carricks J. Sparks
33 days
Liverpool Messrs. Bellhouse, Porter and Meathley to Gerrard Finlay & Co. / general cargo
May 15
brig Gates [Gales] W. Davidson [Dawson]
52 days
Sunderland   to order / general cargo
May 15
brig Hebe W. Blackhouse
35 days
Hull   to Rogerson, Hunter & Co. / in ballast
May 15
brig Britannia Thomas Clarke
39 days
Newcastle   to Rogerson, Hunter & Co. / in ballast
May 15
ship Young Norval J. Adamson
40 days
London Mr. and Mrs. Harvy and family, Messrs. Smith, Eisworthy, Page and family. to J. Goudie / general cargo
May 15
ship Adrian R. Johnson
38 days
Liverpool   to Cambell and Sheppard / in ballast
May 15
brig Rambler Pape
44 days
Hull 4 settlers to H. Atkinson / general cargo
May 16
brig Johns J. Folly
52 days
Sunderland   to order / coals
May 16
-- Union M. Henry
37 days
Greenock   Irvine, McNaught & Co. / cargo coals
May 16
ship Rebecca Harvey
30 days
Greenock Messrs. Caldwell, Lawson, Spittle, Anderson, Whitehead, Ross, Yule. Miss Newbiggin and Macniders. to Lawrie & Spence / general cargo

The Thomas and Princess Royal have arrived.

Intelligence:—A brig is reported to be off Green Island, with loss of Mainmast, name not given.

On Sunday last Rebecca, saw a number of people on Red Island, who hoisted colours—saw no boat or vessel near the Island.

May 30th 1821
 

Quebec, May 21

Wreck:—On Saturday morning the steamboat Quebec was employed by government to go down to the wreck of the Lynx, a few miles on the west side of the mouth of the Saguenay ; she returned this morning with two hundred of the passengers, the remainder having contrived to leave the wreck before she arrived there. We are happy to learn that there were only three deaths, all children, and owing to the inclemency of the weather, as they continued on the shore since Sunday last, almost entirely without any kind of shelter. It is expected the vessel will be got off, and she has received but little damage. The baggage and other property of the emigrants were all saved. The Lynx sailed from Belfast with three hundred passengers, and, when she went on shore, had made the passage in the short period of twenty-six days.

May 17
bark Thomas Green
49 days
Newcastle   to Hamilton, Brothers and Co. / coals
May 17
ship Princess Royal Townsend
39 days
Grenada   to B.B. Wood & Co. / rum and sugar
May 18
ship Briton Roach
43 days
Whitby 7 settlers to P. Patterson & Co. / in ballast
May 18
bark Isabella Bushell
31 March
Newcastle   to Hamilton, Brothers and Co. / coals and glass
May 18
brig Aurora Blackstone
45 days
St. Ubes   to James Hunt / salt
May 18
brig Sarah C. Wright
08 April
Newcastle 5 settlers to Handyside & Co. / general cargo
May 18
brig Wakefield Wakefield
34 days
Shields   to Hamilton, Brothers and Co. / in ballast
May 18
brig Penrose Foley
28 days
Waterford   to order / in ballast
May 18
brig Gemini Tate
01 April
Newcastle   to Bell and Stewart / in ballast
May 18
brig Roberts Neil
34 days
Greenock 12 settlers ; and passengers, 7 seamen of the ship Aurora, from Glasgow, which foundered at sea, Lat. 51 lon. 31. to Irvine & Co. / general cargo
May 18
brig Alexander Errington
30 days
Teneriffe   to Captain / with wines
May 18
ship Nile Storey
48 days
Shields   to Caldwell and Davidson / in ballast
May 18
brig Request Davidson
04 April
Exmouth   to R. Hamilton / in ballast
May 18
ship Æolus Thomas
14 April
Waterford 75 settlers to Froste and Porter / in ballast
May 18
bark John Howard Smith
39 days
Portsmouth Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Whitmouth, Messrs. Cook, McAlpine and Budden. to Campbell & Sheppard / goods
May 18
bark Sir James Kempt --
07 April
London & St. Michael's   to Campbell & Sheppard / fruit
May 18
brig Penelope Chisholm
35 days
Glasgow 62 settlers to R. Brown / general cargo
May 18
ship Isabella Todd
42 days
Hull Messrs. Brooke, Doyle, Finch and Becket. ; 29 settlers to order / goods
May 18
brig George Symes Bushby
--
Liverpool    
May 19
brig Renown Watts
39 days
Leith Messrs. Cameron and Gibbs. ; 9 settlers to Lawrie & Spence / general cargo
May 19
brig Alligator Coulson
10 days
Halifax Mr. Morris to order / rum, sugar and molasses
May 19
brig Friend Richardson
40 days
London 6 settlers to Hancox and Cringan / general cargo
May 19
ship London Davey
05 April
London   to J. Goudie / in ballast
May 19
bark Mary Clarke
45 days
Shields   to Bell & Stewart / in ballast
May 19
brig Zealous Reid [Reed]
04 April
London   to Messrs. Gerrard & Co. / goods ; gone to Montreal
May 19
brig Choice Harvey
18 April
Plymouth   to Pemberton
May 21
brig Urania W. Newton
50 days
Leith   to Handyside & Co. / coals & ballast
May 21
bark Ann Thomas Clark
41 days
Shields Mr. Applegath ; 5 settlers to Mr. Burnett / goods and ballast
May 21
schooner Mary R. Butters
29 days
Antigua   rum and sugar
May 21
brig Scotia W. Robinson (Robison)
44 days
Liverpool   to Blackwood & Co. / goods
May 21
brig Star C. Cay (D.P. Day)
01 April
Sunderland   to Handyside & Co. / coals
May 21
brig Catherine S. Hunter
42 days
Sunderland   to order / dry goods
May 21
steamboat Quebec --
--
Saguenay 181 settlers from Lynx (from Belfast) see wreck report above
May 22
ship Mary Ann Jackson
04 April
London   to A. George / in ballast
May 22
sloop Helen & Catharine Haywood
26 days
Bermuda Mr. Folger to Heath & Moir / rum and sugar
May 22
brig Alexander Marshall
17 April
Liverpool Messrs. Hoofstetter, Stanfield, Froste, Cringan and Robb. to J. Jones / general cargo
May 22
bark St. Lawrence Douglass
05 April
London Mr. and Mrs. Rivers, Mr. Newton, Dr. Franklin, Mr. Toft, Mr. Woolrich, Atkinson, Brooke (Brooks), Master Franklin, Master Hamilton, and Master Smith. to M. Newton / general cargo
May 22
brig Eliza Filuet (Filleul)
09 April
Liverpool 3 settlers to G. Ross / coals, salt and goods
May 23 ship Lord Mulgrave -- 22 April Plymouth 5 settlers to P. Patterson / in ballast
May 23 sloop Eliza Mosson Waxin 04 May Bermuda Mr. Burrows to Heath and Moir / rum and molasses
May 24 ship Ewretta Stoddard 17 April Plymouth Messrs. J. Joseph, L.S. Brown, A. Webster, J. Octley, A. Goddard and Miss Stoddard. to Forsyth, Richardson & Co. / general cargo
May 25 bark Laura Willings 17 April Plymouth   to Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
 

Intelligence:—Cay (Day), of the Star, saw a brig on shore, S.W. end Anticosti, only foremast standing, lead coloured side and painted ports.

We were this morning informed, that a man was found near Mr. Dumas' Farm on the mountain, hanging from the limb of a tree, by the neck, with his hands tied and his face much bruised. Who the unfortunate man is, we have not been able to learn.

Port of Montreal—Arrived

May 19—brig Cherub, William Rayside, from Greenock, to A. Shaw & Co., general cargo
21— brig Carricks, J. Sparks, Liverpool to Gerrard & Co., general cargo.— brig Mary Russel, J. Whillis, London to Maitlands, Garden & Co., general cargo.—brig Superior, J. Birnie, Montrose, to Handyside, Brothers & Co., ballast.—brig Rising Sun, W. Doeg, Newcastle, to Handyside, Brothers & Co., coals.
22— brig Gales, W. Dawson, Sunderland, to Handyside, Brothers & Co., coals and eathernware.
23— brig Juno, J. Henderson, Aberdeen, to the Master, ballast.
47 boats from Coteau du Lac, from 18th to 25th May inclusive:—
6588 bbls. Flour — 1262 bbls. Ashes — 1080 bbls. Pork — 28 bbls. Indian Meal — 25 bbls. Butter and Lard — 46 kegs and firkins Butter and Lard — 85 puncheons Indian Meal — 20 bags Wheat — 80 boxes Soap.

Mrs. Lee respectfully informs her friends and the Public that she has commenced teaching Painting on Velvet, at her house, No. 66 Notre Dame Street, next to Recollet Church. Some elegant paintings to be disposed of, Fruit, Flowers, Shells, for Music Stools, Cushions, &c. Terms of Tuition may be had by applying at her House.
Montreal, May 29th 1821

June 6th 1821
May 25

brig Joseph and Mary

Stratford 29 April Plymouth   to Caldwell and Davidson / in ballast
May 26
brig Pomona H. Handyside
01 April
London Mr. Cowie to order / cargo and goods
May 26
brig Clarkstone Sarvice
01 April
London   to Hancox and Cringan / cargo and goods
May 26
ship Sterling White
10 April
Liverpool Captain Rossignol, Mr. Holmes and family. to J. Goudie / rum and sugar
May 26
ship Hannah Webber
06 April
Brest   to P. Patterson / in ballast
May 26
ship Camillus Marshall
39 days
Liverpool   to J. Jones / salt and coals
May 26
bark General Elliot Frank
04 April
London   to T.C. Robinson / in ballast
May 26
schooner Reine Blanche Boudrault
19 days
New Port   to Auldjo, Maitland and Co. / rum and lime juice
May 26
brig Sarah Ann Melvin
05 April
London   to Caldwell & Davidson / in ballast
May 26
brig Liddell English
57 days
London   to Hamilton, Brothers and Co. / in ballast
May 26
bark Perseus Jakson [Jackson]
56 days
London   to Hamilton, Brothers and Co. / in ballast
May 26
brig Prince of Asturias Donal [Donald]
41 days
Dublin Mr. Maquay, Mr. Western ; 99 settlers to order / goods and ballast
May 26
ship Friendship Kirktontyrie
17 April
Sheerness   to Campbell and Sheppard / in ballast
May 26
brig Thetis Cook
01 April
London   to A. George / in ballast
May 26
ship Venus Knowles
--
Liverpool   to Mr. Dewal / rum and salt
May 26
brig Jean A. Allan
--
Greenock   to G. Ross ; Alexander (Sandy) Allan, father of the founders of Allan Line.
May 26
brig Freedom Bluese
12 April
London   to Hancox and Cringan / in ballast
May 27
brig Peggy Hunter
31 March
Shields   to R. Hamilton, Brothers and Co. / coals
May 27
brig Renown Smith
49 days
London   to Mr. Wood / in ballast
May 28
brig Charles William Tatt
49 days
London   to Caldwell and Davidson / in ballast
May 28
brig Susanna Proctor
59 days
Exeter   to W. Pemberton / cargo cordage and ballast
May 29
brig Nautilus J. Watson
33 days
Trinidad Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and family, Mr. Smith and Mr. Renney. to Maitland, Garden and Co. / cargo rum, sugar and molasses
May 29
brig Hannah Wake
50 days
London   to R. Hamilton / in ballast
May 29
brig Patience Thomas D. Bowman
48 days
London Mrs. Elkins and daughter H. Atkinson / wine, fruit and goods
May 30
brig Mariane J. Christian
40 days
Belfast 170 settlers to G. Symes / in ballast
May 30
brig Greenhouse J. Hossack
42 days
Belfast 288 settlers to McRoberts and McClean / general cargo
May 31
brig Amphrite Chaplin
56 days
Shields   to W. Pemberton / in ballast
May 31
brig Stella Simpson
53 days
St. Ubes   to order / cargo salt and fruit
May 31
bark Baltic Merchant Story
2 months
London   to Bell and Stewart / in ballast
May 31
brig Skipsey W.C. Laidler
38 days
London 2 settlers to Montreal / general cargo
May 31
brig Fidelity Lilburn
40 days
Bristol 50 settlers to A. George / general cargo
May 31 brig Prince of Wales Pealt 07 April London   to Caldwell and Davidson / in ballast
May 31 brig Norfolk Wilson 35 days Portsmouth   to Caldwell and Davidson / in ballast
May 31 brig Reward Warren 46 days Bristol   to W. Budden / cargo iron
May 31 brig Harmony Nichol 49 days Leith 2 settlers to Handyside and Co. / general cargo
June 01 brig True Briton James Reid 45 days Greenock Mr. Newell and Mr. Ross ; 8 settlers to R. Brown / general cargo
June 01 brig Jane Grath 22 April Waterford   to Froste and Porter / in ballast
June 01 bark Zephyr Taylor 49 days London   to Hart, Logan and Co. / in ballast
June 01 brig Ajax Watson 39 days Portsmouth   to the Captain / in ballast
June 01 brig Triton Walker 05 April [London] Mr. Bean & 2 children to P. Patterson / in ballast
June 01 ship Royal Yeoman Sly 42 days Weymouth Mr. and Mrs. Harvey to order / in ballast
 

Two brigs arrived on Saturday, proceeded to Montreal, previous to being boarded.

The brig Patriot, from the West Indies, was cast away on Anticosti last fall—the Capt. and part of the Crew are on their way up in a schooner ; three of the men died before they reached the Post.—She was consigned to Messrs. Heath and Moir.

(100 Vessels arrived this season)
 

Port of Montreal—Arrived

May 23—Zealous, F. Reed, from London, to Gerrard & Co., general cargo.
31— Friends, G. Richardson, London, to H. Logan & Co., general cargo. — Renown, J. Watt, Leith, to Allison, Turner and Co., coals &c. — Eweretta, J.H. Stoddard, London, to Forsyth, Richardson & Co., general cargo. — Sarah, C. Wright, Newcastle, Handyside, Brs. & Co., general cargo.
June 01— Catherine, S. Hunter, Sunderland, Geo. Smith, coals and earthenware. — Eliza, T. Filleul, Liverpool, Millar, Farlane & Co., general cargo. — Scotia, W. Robison, Liverpool, Blackwood & LaRoque, general cargo. — Fly, T. Innes, St. Michael's, Irvine, Leslie & Co., in ballast.

June 13th 1821
June 01
ship Royal Yeoman Sly
42 days
Weymouth Mr. and Miss Harvie to order / in ballast
June 01
brig William Parker Pragnell (Thomas Pranguell)
01 April
London   to McKutcheon & Co. / general cargo
June 02
brig Eagle Dixon
17 April
Exeter   to Wm. Newton / in ballast
June 02
bark Providence Jourdison
07 April
London   to R. Hamilton
June 02
ship William Pitt Richardson
17 April
Plymouth   to P. Patterson / in ballast
June 02
brig Grace Fishley
40 days
Iltracombe and Cork Mr. Sinton ; 120 settlers to the Captain / bricks, malt and hops
June 02
bark Triton Marshal
20 April
Plymouth   to P. Patterson / in ballast
June 02
bark George Canning Potter
54 days
Greenock 489 settlers to Rogerson, Hunter & Co. / in ballast — goes to the Miramichi to load (Lanark county settlers)
June 02
brig Heart of Oak Gwathins (C.G. Mathers)
12 April
Liverpool   to Froste & Porter / general cargo
June 03
ship Monarch Burnside
41 days
Liverpool 3 settlers to Hancox & Cringan / salt
June 06
brig Martha Moore
45 days
Workington 15 settlers to order / in ballast
June 06
brig Ariadne Blackaller
20 April
Liverpool Mr. Chaffers and Mr. Freer to Chaffers and Bolton / general cargo
June 06
brig Neptune Bell
19 April
Leith 53 settlers to order / in ballast
June 08
brig Herriett Clarey
05 April
Demerara Mr. Frozie, O'Brien, Dickson and Mrs. Newman to R. Jones / cargo rum and sugar
June 08
sloop Intermediate Fuzo
43 days
Bermuda   to B. Wood / cargo rum and sugar
June 08
brig Thetis Christie
15 April
Sunderland   to H. Atkinson / cargo coals, bottles &c.
June 08
brig Belvoir Castle J. Miller
57 days
Liverpool   to Froste & Porter / cargo salt and coals
Emigrants:—The Lady Sherbrooke brought up last Thursday, 429 men, women and children, part of those 2000 we lately mentioned to have been destined for this country at the expence of government. They are well behaved people, are under the guidance of eleven leaders and belong to the same number of Scotch Emigration Societies. Baggage to the weight of nearly 309 tons, shows them to be persons of some substance and capable of creditably establishing themselves instead of being a burthen to their adopted country. - Herald —(ed: Lanark county settlers who had arrived aboard the bark George Canning)
June 20th 1821
June 09
brig Mary Carr
49 days
Colraine 32 settlers to McRoberts and McClean / in ballast
June 09
brig Liberty White
70 days
Poole   wood and coals
June 12
ship Prince Braithwaite
19 April
Whitby   to P. Patterson / in ballast ; 25th April, saw brig Wharton, of Sunderland, to Miramichi, with a signal of distress ; staid by her till the ship Brunswick came and took out the crew, the Wharton being water logged, the Brunswick was bound to St. John's [sic] New Brunswick
Below—brig Helen, Dundee, 19th April, — Edward, Whitehaven, 23rd April, — 2 schooners.
June 12
brig Edward John Petticrew
51 days
Whitehaven 4 settlers to Froste and Porter / general cargo
June 12
brig Helen Thomas Erskine
19 April
Dundee 35 settlers to J. Spence / general cargo
June 13
brig Margaret James Atkin
56 days
Leith   to Handyside & Co. / coals
June 13
ship Benjamin and Mary B. Trotter
46 days
London   to P. Patterson / in ballast ; Intelligence: the Harbinger and Neva coming from London
June 13
bark Melville James Gordon
38 days
St. Ubes   to Handyside & Co. / salt
June 13
brig Sally Samuel Ball
04 May
Newry 180 settlers to M. Laing / in ballast
June 13
ship Kingston W. Collinson
54 days
Hull   to R. Hamilton & Co. / in ballast
June 13
brig Blenhim John Warren
17 days
Placentia, Nfld.   to W. Price / fish and ballast
Total Number of vessels from sea this season....................................144
Settlers arrived....................................................................................1604
  Several arrivals were missing from the Montreal Gazette,
so these have been found in the Quebec Mercury in the 19th of June 1821 issue.
June 16 brig Waterloo Owens 55 days Liverpool   to Froste & Porter / salt
June 16 ship Mariner Herbert 56 days London 7 settlers to order / in ballast
June 16 ship Juliana Smith 27 April Greenock   to Mr. Price / in ballast
June 16 ship Earl of Buckinghamshire Johnson 48 days Greenock 606 settlers to Mr. Burnett / in ballast
June 16 brig Jenny Nicholson 55 days London   to J.B. D'Estimauville / in ballast
June 16 ship Harbinger Watson 55 days London   to P. Patterson / in ballast
June 17 ship British King Chambers 60 days Shields   to W. Pemberton / in ballast
June 17 schooner Victory Cote 23 days Halifax Mr. Jocatel, wife & two children ; 6 settlers to Mr. Budden / rum
June 18 brig Isabella Agnew 57 days Liverpool   to Forsyth, Richardson & Co. / salt and coals
June 18 His Majesty's brig Drake Baker Esq., Commander St. John's, Newfoundland    
June 18 brig Ann Cowey 58 days Bordeaux Colonel Forrest & family to order / in ballast
June 18 ship Nassau Grossard 50 days Waterford 106 settlers to W. Price / salt
June 18 brig Margaret Oliphant 54 days Greenock 26 settlers to Lawrie & Spence / general cargo
June 19 schooner James Cront 18 days St. John, New Brunswick 18 settlers to Gerrard, Finlay & Co. / rum
June 19 brig Neva Jackson 52 days London   to Froste & Porter / in ballast

(ed: 605 Lanark county settlers also arrived aboard the ship Earl of Buckinghamshire, 16th of June 1821 (information added above from the Quebec Mercury). They travelled to Montreal aboard the steamboat Malsham 17 of June 1821. The arrival of the Earl of Buckinghamshire was not recorded in the Montreal Gazette newspaper, although she temporarily ran aground after her departure, September 8th 1821, which is recorded. As they were travelling on an "order" note, no names are recorded aboard Malsham, however the Societies, with numbers of persons from those Societies is recorded.— deck-plan sketch of the Earl of Buckinghamshire)

Last Thursday at about 2 o'clock A. M. the steam-boat Malsham, on her way hence to Quebec, and about one mile beyond Long Point church, ran foul, we have been informed, of the Lady Sherbrooke on her starboard quarter, broke her longboat and stanchions to splinters, and passed, leaving a part of her figure head aboard of the latter. The L.S. brings news that the brig Cherub had experienced, on Tuesday last near the foot of the Richelieu rapid, a heavy squall, in which she lost her fore-top mast and a man from one of the yards and was driven on shore. We have since learned that she got off.
The Car of Commerce remained aground near Batiscan during 24 hours.


Port of Montreal—Arrived

June 2nd—brig Jean, A. Allan, from Greenock, to Miller, Farlane & Co. general cargo.
5th— Urania, W. Newton, from Leith, to Handyside, Brs.& Co., wine, coals &c. — Star, C.P. Cay, from Sunderland, to Handyside, Brs.& Co., coals &c.
6th— schr. Reine Blanche, O. Boudreau, from Trinidad, to Maitland, Garden and Auldjo, rum.
11th— Cumberland, P. Smith, from Liverpool, to Gates & Co., general cargo
13th— William Parker, T. Magnet, London. to McGill & Dowie, general. —Heart of Oak, C.G. Mathers, Liverpool, to Froste & Porter, salt, coals &c. —True Briton, J. Read, Greenock, to J. Brown, general cargo. — Harmony, W. Nicole, Leith, to Handyside, Brothers & Co., wine dry goods &c.— Skipsey, W.C. Laidler, London, to Gerrard, Gillespie, Moffatt and Co., general cargo. — Pomona, H. Handyside, London, to Forsyth, Richardson and Co., general cargo.

June 27th 1821
June 19
brig May Flower Sare
49 days
St. Michael's Mr. Legge to Le Valle / wine and fruit
June 19
ship Glory Pounder
29 April
London   to W. Price / in ballast
June 19
brig Albion Iceton
35 days
St. Michael's Captain Demuel to Messrs. Jones and White / wine and fruit
June 20
ship Hope Banner
16 days
St. John's, Nfld.   to Mr. Burnett / fish, wine and fruit
June 20
ship Commerce Coverdale
10 May
Greenock 422 settlers to G. Ross / in ballast (Lanark county settlers)
June 20
ship Wigton Collinson
16 days
New York   to R. Hamilton / in ballast
June 20
brig Humming Bird Wainwright
18 days
Bermuda   to Heath and Moir / sugar
June 20
ship Samuel Whitebread Ware
30 April
Portsmouth   to W. Pemberton / in ballast
June 21
bark Amity Campbell
3 months
London, 26th April Plymouth   to Caldwell and Davidson / in ballast
June 22
brig Maria Kay
56 days
Ross 41 settlers to J. Black / in ballast

Port of Montreal—Arrived

June 19th — Nautilus, J. Watson, from Trinidad, to Maitland, Garden and Auldjo, rum, sugar and molasses. — Belvoir Castle, J. Miller, Liverpool, to Froste and Porter, salt and earthenware.
21st — Melville, J. Gordon, St. Ubes, to Handyside, Brothers and Co., salt.
22nd — Isabella, George Agnew, Liverpool, to Forsyth, Richardson and Co., salt, earthenware and coals.

LACHINE CANAL

The Commissioners for carrying this work into execution are ready to receive offers for the cutting of such portions of the Canal as may be agreed on.
Persons desirous of contracting will send in sealed tenders to the office of the Secretary, on or before the 30th June, inst. and the Commissioners will be ready to enter into contracts within 10 days thereafter. Sufficient security will be required for the due performance of such contract as may be entered into. No offer will be attended to unless the names of two securities are annexed.— The Tenders to be endorsed " Proposals for cutting the Lachine Canal."
The plan of the Canal with sections and specifications of the works required to be done may be seen by applying to the Engineer at the Canal office.
By order of the Commissioners.
Fredk. Griffin,
Secretary

Canal Office, Bonaventure Street,
1st June 1821.

POINT FORTUNE and ST. ANDREWS
PACKET BOATS

The Subscriber will have two BOATS (in Charge of Augustin Delorme,) plying between La Chine, Point Fortune, and St. Andrews, on the Ottawa River during the navigation : one boat will leave La Chine on Tuesdays & Fridays at 10 o'clock A.M. and stop at St. Andrews on the way up, and the other will leave Port Fortune on the same day for la Chine, and stop at St. Andrews on the way down : for freight or passage apply to the Subscriber at La Chine, or the said Augustin Delorme at St. Andrews.
Robert Grant.

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