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1819-1836 index | 1829 Ship Arrivals

Waterloo - 42nd trip up, Quebec to Montreal, November 11th 1829

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

note: the notation of Waterloo "running with the Lady of the Lake" refers to the Waterloo being ordered to run "head-to-head" with the Lady of the Lake, in a "fare-war," matching fare with fare ; cabin & steerage fares from Quebec to Montreal greatly reduced, with steerage fare dropping as low as sixpence (the regular steerage fare was ten shillings which is 20 times greater than sixpence). The Lady of the Lake belonged to a competitor, James Greenfield.
... During the navigation season, steerage fares even dropped to two pence [tuppence] and were then all over the place ; up to two shillings and sixpence ; down to one shilling and three pence ; down to seven-half pence [ -/-/7½ ] ; down to two pence ; up to seven-half pence ; up to one shilling and three pence ; up to two shillings and sixpence ; up to five shillings ; up to seven shillings and sixpence

No.
Names
C
St
3R
S
M
F
P
Remarks
1 Mr. White x   to     -/12/6 -/12/6  
2 Mr. Welton x   to     -/12/6 -/12/6  
3 Mr. Cluff / Claff x   to     -/12/6 -/12/6  
4 Mr. Hart x   to     -/12/6 -/12/6  
5 Mr. Baribeau x   to     -/12/6 -/12/6  
6 Mrs. Taylor x   to     -/12/6 -/12/6  
7 Mrs. Robinson x   to     -/12/6 -/12/6  
8 Mr. Hughes x   to     -/12/6 -/12/6  
9 Mr. Justice St. —? x   to     -/12/6 -/12/6  
10 Judge Fletcher's servant x   to     -/10/- -/10/-  
11 Mr. Merrett x       x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
12 Mr. McLean x   fr to   -/7/6 -/7/6  
13 Mr. Hughes x     fr to -/7/6 -/7/6  
14 Mr. Morrison x     fr to -/7/6 -/7/6  
15 Mr. Merrick x       x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
16 Mr. Leavens x       x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
17 Mr. Cotler (Cottler) x       x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
18 Thomas B. English x       x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
19 Doctor Rees x       x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
20 Mr. McCan / McCann x       x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
21 Mr. Bebee x       x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
22 Mr. Amner x   fr   to -/12/6 -/12/6  
23 Mr. Cérat x       x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
24 Mr. Budden x       x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
25-26 Mr. Wurtele & daughter x     fr to -/15/- -/15/-  
27 Mrs. Muir x     fr to -/7/6    
28 Mr. Muir x     fr to -/7/6 -/7/6  
29 Miss Ryley x       x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
30 Mr. Main x     fr to -/7/6 -/7/6  
31 Mrs. McLish / McLeish x       x 1/5/- 1/5/-  
                   
1 Jean Lamotte   x to     -/5/- -/5/-  
2 Jean Lamerler   x to     -/5/- -/5/-  
3 F. Chant   x to     -/5/- -/5/-  
4 E. Doni ?   x to     -/5/- -/5/-  
5 A. Laterre   x to     -/5/- -/5/-  
6 B. Bailey   x to     -/5/- -/5/-  
7 P. Vallée   x to     -/5/- -/5/-  
8 Jean Henri   x     x -/7/6 -/7/6  
9 Louis Wethale ?   x to     -/5/- -/5/-  
10-11 George Smith & wife   x     x -/15/- -/15/-  
12 Mrs. Archeris   x   to   -/7/6 -/7/6  
13-19 William Taughner ? & three persons above 12 & three children under 12 years   x     x 2/1/3 2/1- no more money
20 W. Kelin   x     x -/7/6 -/7/6  
21 James Mahan   x     x -/7/6 -/7/6  
22 P. Deguise   x     x -/7/6 -/7/6  
23-24 James Swaden ? & one person above 12 years   x     x -/15/ -/15/-  
25 M. Pleaux   x to     -/5/- -/4/6 no more
26 John Ellenbird   x   to   -/7/6 -/3/9 hat left in pledge & sent to the store
27 John Horne   x     x -/7/6 -/7/6  
28 Harny the Sportsman   x     x -/7/6 -/7/6  
29 John Donaldson   x     x -/7/6 -/7/6  
30 G. Bouchard   x   fr to -/2/6 -/2/6  
31 P. Leeson   x   fr to -/2/6 -/2/6  
32-33 A. Pelletier & brother   x   fr to -/5/- -/5/-  
34 Joseph Lasart   x   fr to -/2/6 -/2/6  
35 B. Lamere   x   fr to -/2/6 -/2/6  
36 Louis Henri   x   fr to -/2/6 -/2/6  
37 Jean Pacquet   x     x -/7/6   payable at Quebec by Mr. Boisvert
38 Mary Kennedy   x     x -/7/6 -/7/6  

National Archives of Canada MG 28, III, 57 - Reel M-8279 vol 40

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