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1819-1836 index | 1825 Ship Arrivals

Lady Sherbrooke - 25th trip down, Montreal to Quebec, October 30th 1825

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

note: from August 17th 1825, to the end of navigation season for the year, the cost of steerage passage was halved aboard steamboat Lady Sherbrooke.
note:
this trip down from Montreal to Quebec is included because of the Blanchard Royal Circus Company on board. This circus company had travelled up to Montreal on the Lady Sherbrooke on June 28th 1825. This offsite website says this, about the Blanchard family.
BLANCHARD FAMILY [Mr. and Mrs. William Blanchard, sons George and William, daughter Cecelia]. William Blanchard, English circus proprietor, opened a new amphitheatre, Baltimore, 1820, and realized a fortune, but subsequently lost it all. Opened at the old Chatham Garden, NYC, and failed. Performed in Albany, 1826, after a Canadian tour. Died in Louisville, KY, 1837, and buried by the Masonic fraternity. All family members performed. Cecelia broke her leg while riding, Utica, NY, 1828, which was later amputated. Son William, a bareback rider, died in Martinique, West Indies, 1831.

No.
Names
C
St
S
3R
Q
F
P
Remarks
1 Mr. Hardie x     to   -/15/- -/15/-  
2 Mr. Bedard x   fr to   -/7/6 -/7/6  
3 Adolphus Delisle x     to   -/15/- -/15/-  
4 Comt. Issuer, Mr. Connell x     to       ticket no. 74
5 Assistant Surgeon, Collis, 76th Regiment x       to     ticket no. 77
6 Mr. Stevenson x     to   -/15/- -/15/-  
7 Lieut. Livamore ? Royal Engineers x       x     ticket no. 76
8-12 Mr. Blanchard & family of two above 12 & three under 12 years x       x 4/7/6   Royal Circus Company
13 George Blanchard x       x 1/5/-  
14 Charles Blanchard x       x 1/5/-  
15 Mr. Gale x       x 1/5/-  
16-17 Mr. & Mrs. Asten x       x 2/10/-  
18 Mr. Lawson x       x 1/5/-  
19 Mr. Martin x       x 1/5/-  
20 Mr. Schinotti x       x 1/5/-  
21-22 Mr. & Mrs. Johnson x       x 2/10/-  
23-24 Mr. Tatin & wife x       x 2/10/-  
25 Mrs. Parker x       x 1/5/-  
26 Mr. Maxey x       x 1/5/-  
27 Mrs. C—nce x       x 1/5/-  
28 Mr. Thomas Aikin x       x 1/10/- 1/10/-  
29-31 Mr. Underhill & family of two above 12 & one child under 12 x       x 3/15/- 3/15/-  
32 Mr. Tennent ? x       x 1/10/- 1/10/-  
33 Mrs. Halfhide x       x 1/10/- 1/10/-  
34 Doctor Carter x   fr   to 1/2/6 1/2/6  
35 Mr. Hughes x     fr to -/15/-    
                   
1 Mr. Gautier   x to     -/2/6 -/2/6  
2 Francois Labonte   x   to   -/3/9 -/3/9  
3 Benjamin Langlois   x   to   -/3/9 -/3/9  
4 Auguste Dupuis   x   to   -/3/9 -/3/9  
5 Prosine Paillée   x   to   -/3/9 -/3/9  
6 Mr. Tulloch   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
7 Mrs. Roy   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
8 Mrs. Habeux   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
9 Charles Smith   x   to   -/3/9 -/3/9  
10 Robert Darling   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
11 George Ganery ?   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
12 Francois Label (Labelle)   x   fr to -/3/9 -/3/9  
13 Alex. Pinard   x   fr to -/3/9 -/3/9  
14 Anne Quin   x   fr to -/3/9 -/3/9  
15 Bartholomew Johnson   x     x -/5/-   part of Circus Company in Steerage
16 David Turpie   x     x -/5/-  
17 Daniel Roy   x     x -/5/-  
18 William Jones   x     x -/5/-  
19 John Johnson   x     x -/5/-  
20 Mr. Batisto   x     x -/5/-  
21 John Wallace   x     x -/5/-  
22 Edmond Seybin   x     x -/5/-  
23 Mr. Fielder   x     x -/5/-  
24 Thomas Jones   x     x -/5/-  
25 Ab. Delyroote   x     x -/5/-  
26 Cornelian Tunnicliff   x     x -/5/-  
27 Elizabeth Johnson   x     x -/5/-  
28 Hugh McGuchlin   x     x -/5/-  
29-30 John Shedder & Thomas Murphy   x     x -/10/-  
31 Michel Lesperance   x   fr to -/3/9 -/3/9  
32-33 Mr. Donelson & Miss Donelson   x       -/8/9 -/8/9 one for 3R & one for Quebec
34 Etienne Parent   x   fr to -/3/9 -/3/9  
35 Joseph Melvin   x     x -/5/- -/5/-  
36 Joseph Ryley   x     x -/5/- -/4/6 all he had
37 George Burn   x fr   to -/5/-   payable by Lord Dalhousie

National Archives of Canada MG 28, III, 57 - Reel M-8276 vol 24

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