1 edition of An Account of vessels arrived at Quebec in the year 1793 found in the catalog.
An Account of vessels arrived at Quebec in the year 1793
|Other titles||Trade and shipping, port of Quebec, 1793., Manuscripts published under the auspices of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, 1882|
|Contributions||Le Moine, J. M. (James MacPherson), Sir, 1825-1912, Literary and Historical Society of Quebec|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. ;|
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An Account Of Vessels Arrived At Quebec In The Year ; in sleighs but chiefly on foot, from Navy Hall, Niagara, to Detroit made in the months of February and March, A.D. , by His Escellency Lieut.-Gov. Simcoe; The Baptist Year Book for Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba and the North-West Territories. He offers, instead, a more accurate account of their arrival in the colony: "Thus, between the 1st of January and the 13th of May, ," Gayarré relates, "about six hundred and fifty Acadians had arrived at New Orleans, and from that town had been sent to form settlements in Attakapas and Opelousas, under the command of Andry.
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An Account of vessels arrived at Quebec in the year (as found among the papers of the late Chief Justice Jonathan Sewell, and presented to the Quebec Exchange in. An Account of vessels arrived at Quebec in the year (as found among the papers of the late Chief Justice Jonathan Sewell, and presented to the Quebec Exchange in Pages: natalierosedodd.com An Account Of Vessels Arrived At Quebec In The Year [database on-line].
Provo, UT, USA: natalierosedodd.com Operations, Inc., Trade and shipping, Port of Queebc [i.e. Quebec], Blockade of Quebec in by the American revolutionists (les bastonnais), published by the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec ; and edited by Fred. Würtele., Toronto Public Library.
Crown was launched at Newcastle upon Tyne in She essentially sailed as a West Indiaman, but between and she made one voyage as an "extra ship", i.e., under charter, for the British East India Company (EIC). She foundered in on a voyage to Canada. Career. Crown does not actually appear in Lloyd's Register until Armament: 14 × 6-pounder guns.
Sovereign was launched at Shields in as a West natalierosedodd.com made one voyage between and for the British East India Company (EIC), to New South Wales and then Bengal.
She then resumed trading with the West Indies and was last listed in Career. Sovereign enters Lloyd's Register in with Storey, master, A. Towers, owner, and trade London–natalierosedodd.comnt: × 3&4-pounder guns, × 6-pounder guns, × 6-pounder guns.
Sep 16, · The story of their arduous voyage in has been retold in numerous publications and with differing details. But this version, told by Alexander McLeod (leader of the settlers) in in a land petition is likely the closest in time, if not accuracy to the actual events.
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OrH. Admiral Saunders arrived with a fleet from England:he had made attempts to get into Louisburg, but was prevented by the I ceAuthor: A. Volunteer Upon That Expedition. In a former Paper we gave an Account of Capt. Stobo's Escape from Quebec, and his Arrival at Cape Breton, the following is the Account he gives: " October 26, Arrived Quebec, from that Time to the 25th of Junewas allowed the liberty of the Town, and of going out into the Country on asking leave, but a Paragraph of a News Paper from.
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Search Free databases on natalierosedodd.com for lists of passengers to USA, Canada, Australia, South Africa, St. John NB, New Zealand. Ship Arrivals at the Port of Quebec, The following information on arrivals, due to the condition of the papers, has been taken from various sources including the Montreal Gazette MG, Montreal Herald MH, and the Quebec Gazette CG.
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Aug 03, · Annotation in top right corner: "Acopy of this sent to the Overseer 10th March for fitting the ship according -" NMM, Progress Book, volume 5, foliostates that 'Magicienne' arrived at Mr Graham's Yard in Harwich and was hove upon a slip on.
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Official (outbound) passenger lists from Ireland exist from and they are held in the Board of Trade records (reference BT27) in the National Archives, Kew, Surrey, England (natalierosedodd.com).These lists are arranged monthly by port of departure.
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The last entry in her log was dated ten Fate: Ran aground Glace Bay, Nova Scotia. Oct 01, · Vermette provides general readers with a detailed history of Quebecois immigrants in New England. He divides his book into four sections: how the French (called Canadiens) arrived in New England, what economic and cultural contributions they made, how Anglo-Americans viewed the French presence, and why said presence eventually natalierosedodd.com: Baraka Books.fortifications and citadel of Quebec.
After the lengthy account given in "Quebec, Past and Present," pagesthe following sketch, which we borrow, written previous to the erection of the new St.
Louis and Kent Gates,  corrected to date, throws additional light on this part of the subject.A list of all the shipwrecks that have occurred in the Royal Navy since the year has been appended to this volume, in the hope that it may be useful as a table of reference.
and my brother's sudden call to his last account, In the year two stately vessels were sailing on the ocean, in all the pride of perfect equipment and of.