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1819-1836 index | 1825 Ship Arrivals

Chambly - 22nd trip up, Quebec to Montreal, September 30th 1825

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

note: from August 16th 1825, to the end of navigation season for the year, the cost of steerage passage was halved aboard steamboat Chambly.

No.
Names
C
St
3R
B
M
F
P
Remarks
1 Captain Eddie x       x 1/5/-   inc. -/8/6 for meals | to be paid by Gillespie, Moffatt and Co., Montreal
2 Edward Studdert (Stoddart ?) x   to     -/12/6   inc. -/2/6 for meals | payble by A. Shaw
3 Mr. X. Dorge x   to     -/12/6 -/17/- inc. -/4/6 for meals
4 Mr. Stalladorf ? x       x 1/5/- 1/12/6 inc. -/7/6 for meals
5 Mr. [P.] McKenzie x       x 1/5/- 1/5/- inc. -/8/6 for meals | to be —? -8/6/- for meals | arrived at Quebec Sept. 22, aboard the brig Larch, from London
6 Mr. Ward x       x -/12/6 -/13/6 inc. -/1/- for meals | under 12 years ? or 'to' 3 Rivers ?
7 Mr. George Ross x       x 1/5/- 1/5/- inc. -/8/6 for meals | to be —? -8/6/- for meals | arrived at Quebec Sept. 22, aboard the brig Larch, from London
8 Mr. Badeaux x   to     -/12/6 -/17/- inc. -/4/6 for meals
9 Mr. Dow x       x 1/5/- 1/11/- inc. -/6/- for meals
10 Mr. Elliott x       x 1/5/- 1/11/- inc. -/6/- for meals
11 Mr.Hitchcock x       x 1/5/- 1/13/6 inc. -/8/6 for meals
12 Mr.Hart x       x 1/5/-   inc. -/6/6 for meals | illegible notation | see below, no. 58
13 Mr. Hale x       x 1/5/- 1/13/6 inc. -/8/6 for meals | illegible notation
14 Mr. Drolet x     to   -/18/9 1/4/9 inc. -/8/6 for meals
15 Mr. Panet x   to     -/12/6 -/17/- inc. -/4/6 for meals
16 Mr. Harper x   to     -/12/6 -/17/- inc. -/4/6 for meals
17 Miss ? Harper x   to     -/12/6 -/17/- inc. -/4/6 for meals
18 Mr. C—ie x   to     -/12/6 -/17/- inc. -/4/6 for meals
19 Mr. Ballanger ? x   to     -/12/6 -/17/- inc. -/4/6 for meals
20 Mr. ? x       x 1/5/- 1/13/6 inc. -/8/6 for meals
21 Mr. Savage x   fr to   -/6/3 -/8/9 inc. -/2/6 for meals
22 Mr. Atkinson x     to   -/18/9 1/4/9 inc. -/6/- for meals
23 Mrs. Henry x       x 1/5/- 1/13/6 inc. -/8/6 for meals
24 Mrs. Haynes x       x 1/5/- 1/13/6 inc. -/8/6 for meals
25 Miss Henry under 12 years x       x -/12/6 -/16/9 inc. -/4/3 for meals
26 Miss Keogh x       x 1/5/- 1/13/6 inc. -/8/6 for meals
27 & two children under 12 years x       x 1/5/- 1/13/6 inc. -/8/6 for meals
                   
1 Louis Moreau   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
2 John Panneton   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
3 Richard Pierce   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
4 James McClusky   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
5 Hyacinthe Gautier   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
6 John Hamilton   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
7 Charles Wissenburg   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
8 Louis Montferant   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
9 Joseph Charpentier   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
10 Joseph Savard   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
11 Baptiste Lebrun   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
12 Auguste Leclerc   x to     -/3/9 -/3/9  
13 Mr. Rankin   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
14-21 William Strough & six others   x     x 1/15/- 1/15/-  
22 Pierre Leveque   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
23 Oliveis ? Leveque   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
24 James Forbes   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
25 Anna Forbes & one child under 12 years   x     x -/7/6 -/7/6  
26 Pierre Duchesne   x to     -/3/9 -/3/9  
27 Thomas McKay   x to     -/3/9 -/3/9  
28 James Clarke   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
29 August Morin   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
30 Ignace Girard   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
31 Pierre Bluteau   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
32 Frs. Auge   x to     -/3/9 -/3/9  
33 Joseph Bastien   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
34 C. Vetubezo ?   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
35 Frs. Gareau   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
36 Daniel Connor   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
37 John Chisholm   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
38 August Daveau   x to     -/3/9 -/3/9  
39 Timothy Haynes   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
40 Louis Gandreau   x   fr to -/2/6 -/2/6  
41 Simon Gandreau   x   fr to -/2/6 -/2/6  
42 D. Connell   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
43 W. Fair   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
44 J. Stevenson   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
45 James Stevenson   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
46 James Shield   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
47 E. Shield & two others   x     x -/15/- -/15/-  
48 Joseph Marion   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
49-50 Jean Girard & wife   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
51 Joseph Bellegarde   x to     -/3/9 -/3/9  
52-55 Peter Burtonau & two others   x     x -/15/- -/15/-  
56 Mrs. Andrews & four children under 12 years   x     x -/15/- -/15/-  
57 John McCarthy   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
58 William Hart x x     Cabin Passenger | see no. 12
59 Ed. Chatelreau   x to     -/3/9 -/3/9  
60 Joseph Lamarge   x to     -/3/9 -/3/9  
61 Jospeh Lacroix   x to     -/3/9 -/3/9  
62 Richard Cole   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
63-65 J.B. Celious & two others   x     x -/15/- -/15/-  
66 R. Abercrombie   x to     -/3/9 -/3/9  
67 Hugh Bayers   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
68 John Edwards   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
69 Francis McEwen   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
70 Robert Barrister   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
71 Mr. McMarton / McMartin   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
72 Benjamin Andrews   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
73 Frs. Ladouceur   x to     -/2/6 -/2/6  
74 Marie Millette   x fr   to -/3/9 -/3/9  
75 J. Drolet   x fr   to -/3/9 -/3/9  
76 Jos. Gilbert   x fr   to -/3/9 -/3/9  
77 Julie Clifford   x fr   to -/3/9 -/3/9  
78 Therese Belisle   x fr   to -/3/9 -/3/9  
79 J.B. Pathier ?   x fr   to -/3/9 -/3/9  
80 Louis Berrian   x fr   to -/3/9 -/3/9  
81 Pierre Gaudria   x fr   to -/3/9 -/3/9  
82-83 Robert Workman & one other   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
84 M. Giroux   x fr   to -/3/9 -/3/9  
85-86 B. Kelly & one other & four children under 12 years   x     x 1/-/- 1/-/-  
87 Hugh Hannah   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
88 A. Nicholson   x fr   to -/3/9 -/3/9  
89 James McGowan   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
90-91 J. Reyley / Ryley & one other   x     x -/10/- -/10/-  
92 P. O'Brien   x fr   to -/3/9 -/3/9  
93 P. McAlfrey   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
94 James Moore   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
95 Mary Oliver & one child under 12 years   x     x -/7/6 -/7/6  
96 Antoine —amel   x fr   to -/3/9 -/3/9  
97 John McLean   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
  Mr. Atkinson's Servant, including meals   x   to   -/11/- -/11/-  
  Donald Forbes
Servant to the Rt. Honbl. Revd. Bishop McDonell, passage and meals
  x     x 1/6/6   to be paid by Mait[land], Garden & Auldjo, in Montreal
  2 Passengers in the Wing         x 1/10/- 1/10/-  
  1 Steerage   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  

National Archives of Canada MG 28, III, 57 - Reel M-8276 vol 26

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