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1819-1836 index | 1823 Ship Arrivals

Telegraph - 2nd trip up, Quebec to Montreal, June 14th 1823

Full Heading Titles showing abbreviations in bold:
Ticket Number No. | Passengers Names Names | Cabin C | Steerage St | (destinations) Three Rivers 3R | Sorel S | Montreal M | Amount (of fare in /s/d) F | Amount Paid (in /s/d) P | Remarks Remarks

The Telegraph carried very few "cabin" passengers in 1823 and they were usually entered at the end of the list. To conform with the format of the other lists for that year, any cabin passengers have been placed at the beginning of the list. The Telegraph lists compiler is to be applauded, as most names are complete and readable.

This trip carried the Irish Settlers from the wrecked steam boat de Salaberry, named for one of the owners, Charles-Michel d'Irumberry de Salaberry. Biograpy here http://www.biographi.ca/EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=37052
. . . extract . . . .
" Salaberry was also interested in transportation. With his friend and neighbour Samuel Hatt and several merchants and private individuals from the Richelieu region he founded a company in October 1820 to build the steamship De Salaberry. It was launched on 3 Aug. 1821, to ply between Quebec, Montreal, and Chambly. On 12 June 1823 the ship burned off Cap-Rouge; six or seven people perished and an extremely valuable cargo was lost."

DE SALABERRY
109 x 23 x 7ft
built by F Decelles dit Jeremie, Laprairie, Quebec
engine by Forges St Maurice, Trois-Rivières & completed by Ward, Montreal (paddle)

5/1821 launched for J T Drolet, St Marc, Quebec
26 Jul 1821 maiden voyage. Normally sailed Quebec-Chambly, occasionally to Montreal
12 Jun 1823 burnt at Cap Rouge, Quebec [David Asprey]

Advertisement for the de Salaberry sailing. Report of the loss.

No.
Names
C
St
3R
S
M
F
P
Remarks
1 Marie La Barre   x to     -/5/- -/5/-  
2 J. Bte La Montagne   x to     -/5/- -/5/-  
3 Etienne Le Blanc   x to     -/5/- -/5/-  
4 Louis Bourgeois   x to     -/5/- -/5/-  
5 Pierre Rousseau   x to     -/5/- -/5/-  
6 Henry G. Mand   x to     -/5/- -/5/-  
7 J. St.Antoine   x   fr to -/2/6 -/2/6  
8 Francois La Jeunesse   x       -/10/- -/10/- to St. Sulpice
9 Michel La Jeunesse   x       -/10/- -/10/- to St. Sulpice
10 Louis Unot   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
11 Benjamin Montigner   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
12 Michel Poirier   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
13 Jacques Giroux   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
14 Louis Armand   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
15 Catherine Besballe / Berballe   x   fr to -/2/6 -/2/6  
16 Toussaint Parisien   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
17 Jacob le Roy   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
18 Paschal Rugg   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
19 Hugh Cameron   x fr   to -/5/- -/5/-  
20 Xavier Jeangras   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
21 William Mone ?   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
22 Jh Menarre   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
23 Jh la Prise   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
24 Alpnie ? Grant   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
25 Alexander McClennon (McLennon)   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
26 John Calder   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
27 Francois la Ramée   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
28 Richard Fancett / Faucett   x fr   to -/5/- -/5/-  
29-30 James Darnby & son   x   fr to -/5/- -/5/-  
31 Pierre Paget   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
32 J. McLaughlin   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
33 Alexander Kennedy   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
34 William Dayly   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
35 — Finlay   x fr   to -/5/- -/5/-  
36 William Banster   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
37 Dl (Daniel) Blackmore   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
38 Thomas Scott   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
39 J.H. Clarke   x fr   to -/5/- -/5/-  
  Mr. Josh Davis —?— in Brig           -/7/6 -/7/6 from Batiscan to Three Rivers
 
  Families of Irish Settlers from the Wreck of the de Salaberry Steam Boat, Passengers per Telegraph and named in the List given in by Mr. Kuper
[note: without drawing personal conclusions, there are 129 settlers listed below . . . the brig Sally is reported as arriving at Quebec from Sligo on June 9th 1823, with 130 settlers]
No.
Names
C
St
3R
S
M
F
P
Remarks
1-3 Ann McGee & two children under 12 years   x     x 1/-/- 1/-/-  
4-7 Isaac Ferguson & wife & two children under 12 years   x     x 1/10/- 1/10/-  
8-12 Antony Hughes & wife & three children under 12 years   x     x 1/15/- 1/15/-  
13-19 William Codd & wife & five children under 12 years   x     x 2/5/- 2/5/-  
20-23 Robert Bahon & wife & two children under 12 years   x     x 1/10/- 1/10/-  
24-25 John Garraty & wife   x     x 1/-/- 1/-/-  
26-33 Joseph Ward & wife & six children under 12 years   x     x 2/10/- 2/10/-  
34-39 John Redmond & wife & four children under 12 years   x     x 2/-/- 2/-/-  
40-45 Joseph Codd & wife & four children under 12 years   x     x 2/-/- 2/-/-  
46 James Codd   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
47-53 Thomas Mart & wife & five children under 12 years   x     x 2/5/- 2/5/-  
54-58 George Morgan & wife & three children under 12 years   x     x 1/15/- 1/15/-  
59-60 Patrick McLaughlin & wife   x     x 1/-/- 1/-/-  
61-62 Peter Golden & wife   x     x 1/-/- 1/-/-  
63-66 Patrick Dodd & wife & two children under 12 years   x     x 1/10/- 1/10/-  
67-70 William Lindsay & wife & two children under 12 years   x     x 1/10/- 1/10/-  
71-72 James Lindsay & wife   x     x 1/-/- 1/-/-  
73-76 John Roycroft & wife & two children under 12 years   x     x 1/10/- 1/10/- Raycraft ?
77-82 Anne (Annie) Cooney & five children under 12 years   x     x 1/15/- 1/15/-  
83-85 James Beattie & wife & four & two children under 12 years   x     x 1/-/- 1/-/-  
86-88 Robert McMasson & wife & one child under 12 years   x     x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
89-90 Joseph McMasson & wife   x     x 1/-/- 1/-/-  
91 Elizabeth Kelly   x   to   -/7/6 -/7/6  
92-94 Charles Bayers & wife & sister   x   to   1/2/6 1/2/6  
95-98 William Capper / Cappen & wife & two children under 12 years   x     x 1/10/- 1/10/-  
99-101 Walter Johnson & wife & one child under 12 years   x     x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
102-104 James Murphy & wife & one child under 12 years   x     x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
105-106 James McCartine & wife   x     x 1/-/- 1/-/-  
page 2 Passengers from the Wreck of the de Salaberry having lost their Baggage all or in part and having receipts from Mr. Kuper for Passage Money.
1 John Summers   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
2 Thomas Cannon   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
3 Patrick O'Phinie   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
4 Felix McCann   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
5-8 William Kelly & three others ( two male, two female)   x     x 2/-/- 2/-/-  
9 Elizabeth Egnew (Agnew)   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
10-20 Joseph Catt & six persons (male) & four children under 12 years   x     x 4/10/- 4/10/-  
21 George Jones   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
22 Francois Bossne ?   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
23 James Rogers   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
  Pilots and Sailors from —ditto— (de Salaberry)
1 — Jeangras (Gingras)   x   to   -/7/6 -/7/6  
2 Bte Alsatte ?   x   to   -/7/6 -/7/6  
3 Ismail ? —?   x   to   -/7/6 -/7/6  
4 Joseph —?   x   to   -/7/6 -/7/6  

National Archives of Canada MG 28, III, 57 - Reel M-8274 vol 16

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