PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward - 1814


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The following records were found in PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward. These are ship departures from Prince Edward Island during that year:

17 March, 1814 - "Earl of Selkirk" of 181 tons, Capt. Joseph Jackson, for London
19 March, 1814 - "Lucy" of 54 tons, Capt. Peter Deroche, for St. John's
30 March, 1814 - "Nancy" of 47 tons, Capt. Chas. McInnis, from Halifax
06 April, 1814 - "Nancy" of 51 tons, Capt. Erasmus Davidson, for St. John's
06 April, 1814 - "Victory" of 47 tons, Capt. Simeon Burke, for st. John's
14 April, 1814 - "Prudent" of 30 tons, Capt. David McEwen, for Halifax
27 April, 1814 - "Mary" of 31 tons, Capt. Lemang Shushong, for Halifax
07 May, 1814 - "Success" of 51 tons, Capt. Simeon Deagle, for St. John's
07 May, 1814 - "Ann" of 41 tons, Capt. Fidel Peters, from Halifax
09 May, 1814 - "Mary" of 47 tons, Capt. Thomas Hughes, from St. John's
11 May, 1814 - "Two Sisters" of 32 tons, Capt. George Sharpe, for Halifax
13 May, 1814 - "Union" of 79 tons, Capt. James Kelly, fro St. John's
16 May, 1814 - "Endeavour" of 57 tons, Capt. John McEachern, for St. John's
19 May, 1814 - "Morning Star" of 63 tons, Capt. Lewis Bouche, for Halifax
20 May, 1814 - "Industry" of 61 tons, Capt. James Young, for St. John's
23 May, 1814 - "Susannah" of 24 tons, Capt. William LeMessurier, for Arichat
23 May, 1814 - "Good Intent" of 93 tons, Capt. John Fennell, for St. John's
23 May, 1814 - "Jane & Martha" of 84 tons, Capt. John Gosbee, for Magdalen Islands
09 June, 1814 - "Susannah" of 24 tons, Capt. William Bishop, for Arichat
09 June, 1814 - "Mermaid" of 59 tons, Capt. Charles Gallant, for St. John's
10 June, 1814 - "Lion" of 44 tons, Capt. Neal Campbell, for Magdalen Islands, with 1 puncheon spirits imported in schooner "Ann" from Halifax in 1812
11 June, 1814 - "Two Sisters" of 52 tons, Capt. James Graham, for St. John's
15 June, 1814 - "Prudent" of 30 tons, Capt. David McEwen, for St. John's
21 June, 1814 - "Success" of 78 tons, Capt. Donald McDonald, for St. John's, with13 hogsheads ale brewed in this Island
22 June, 1814 - "Nancy" of 47 tons, Capt. Chas. McInnis, for St. John's
24 June, 1814 - "Success" of 51 tons, Capt. Simon Deagle, for St. John's
08 July, 1814 - "Duke of Marlborough" of 325 tons, Capt. Jacob Hollett, for Plymouth
11 July, 1814 - "Nancy" of 29 tons, Capt. Edward Abell, for Halifax
12 July, 1814 - "Mary" of 47 tons, Capt. Alexr. McMillan, for St. John's
15 July, 1814 - "Jane & Martha" of 84 tons, Capt. John Gosbee, for Magdalen Islands
16 July, 1814 - "Industry" of 61 tons, Capt. James Young, for St. John's
19 July, 1814 - "John" of 331 tons, Capt. Daniel Cole, for Bristol
19 July, 1814 - "Eunice" of 47 tons, Capt. James Deagle, for St. John's
20 July, 1814 - "Integrity" of 170 tons, Capt. Joseph Emmerson, for Liverpool, GB
21 July, 1814 - "Britannia" of 118 tons, Capt. Robert Davidson, for St. John's
23 July, 1814 - "Three Brothers" of 63 tons, Capt. Archd. Campbell, for St. John's
26 July, 1814 - "Prudent" of 30 tons, Capt. David McEwen, for St. John's
28 July, 1814 - "Jane" of 224 tons, Capt. David George, for Liverpool, GB
29 July, 1814 - "P ?" of 142 tons, Capt. Henry Adams, for St. John's
01 Aug., 1814 - "Mary" of 55 tons, Capt. Alexr. McDonald, for St. John's
02 Aug., 1814 - "Mermaid" of 59 tons, Capt. Hector McMillan, for St. John's
02 Aug., 1814 - "Nancy" of 51 tons, Capt. Eras. Davidson, for St. John's
08 Aug., 1814 - "Victory" of 47 tons, Capt. Simion Burke, for St. John's
09 Aug., 1814 - "Success" of 51 tons, Capt. Simion Deagle, for St. John's
11 Aug., 1814 - "Sophia" of 46 tons, Capt. Prosper Gallant, for St. John's
13 Aug., 1814 - "Squirrell" of 38 tons, Capt. Joseph Babin, for Gaspe
18 Aug., 1814 - "Two Sisters" of 52 tons, Capt. James Graham, for St. John's
20 Aug., 1814 - "Success" of 78 tons, Capt. Dond. McDonald, for St. John's
24 Aug., 1814 - "Industry" of 61 tons, Capt. James Young, for St. John's
28 Aug., 1814 - "Dispatch" of 128 tons, Capt. Willm. LeMessurier, for St. John's
30 Aug., 1814 - "Eliza" of 49 tons, Capt. John McKay, for St. John's
31 Aug., 1814 - "Susannah" of 24 tons, Capt. David Hugh, for Miramichi, with 3 puncheons rum imported in "Vigilant" from St. John's in 1814
01 Sep., 1814 - "Critic" of 47 tons, Capt. Peter Gallant, for Halifax
04 Sep., 1814 - "Grey Oak" of 35 tons, Capt. John M. Lindon, for Halifax
04 Sep., 1814 - "Eliza" of 128 tons, Capt. Wm. C. Henly, for Swansea, Wales
06 Sep., 1814 - "Prudent" of 30 tons, Capt. David McEwen, for Halifax
12 Sep., 1814 - "Chatty" of 170 tons, Capt. George Thomas, for Poole, GB
12 Sep., 1814 - "Union" of 110 tons, Capt. James Hutton, for St. John's, with livestock, oysters, lumber
12 Sep., 1814 - "Britannia" of 380 tons, Capt. Jas. Cunningham, for London
14 Sep., 1814 - "Senhouse?" of 160 tons, Capt. Wm. Carmichael, for Liverpool
21 Sep., 1814 - "Eunice" of 47 tons, Capt. James Deagle, for Halifax
21 Sep., 1814 - "Victory" of 47 tons, Capt. Simion Burke, for Halifax
21 Sep., 1814 - "Bull Dog" of 209 tons, Capt. John Thompson, for Miramichi, with merchandise imported in "Bull Dog" from Liverpool
22 Sep., 1814 - "Two Sisters" of 32 tons, Capt. Caleb Heffernan, for Halifax
23 Sep., 1814 - "Nancy" of 51 tons, Capt. Eras. Davidson, for Halifax
24 Sep., 1814 - "Mermaid" of 59 tons, Capt. Isaac Doucette, for Halifax
26 Sep., 1814 - "Mary" of 22 tons, Capt. Firmin Blanchard, for Halifax
26 Sep., 1814 - "Two Sisters" of 52 tons, Capt. James Graham, for Halifax
26 Sep., 1814 - "Baltic" of 153 tons, Capt. Henry Towers, for Liverpool
30 Sep., 1814 - "Three Brothers" of 63 tons, Capt. Joseph Martin, for
Halifax, with 1650 Cwt. salt imported in "Spanish Patriot" from Liverpool in 1813
01 Oct., 1814 - "Magdalene" of 186 tons, Capt. John Coates, for Liverpool, GB
03 Oct., 1814 - "Mary" of 24 tons, Capt. Peter Lawlor, for Halifax
04 Oct., 1814 - "Magdalene" of 29 tons, Capt. Rodk. Morrison, for Halifax
05 Oct., 1814 - "Ann" of 41 tons, Capt. Fidele Peters, for Halifax
06 Oct., 1814 - "Carleton" Capt. Joseph Berte?, for Quebec
11 Oct., 1814 - "Union" of 59 tons, for Halifax
11 Oct., 1814 - "Magdalene" of 29 tons, Capt. Rodk. Morrison, for Burin
11 Oct., 1814 - "Keriboo" of 13 tons, Capt. George Meleard, for Halifax
12 Oct., 1814 - "Providence" Capt. Ralph Shasong, for Halifax
13 Oct., 1814 - "Hibernia" of 40 tons, Capt. Jas. Caldwell, for New Carlisle
18 Oct., 1814 - "Nancy" of 47 tons, Capt. Chas. McInnis, for Halifax
18 Oct., 1814 - "Vigilant" of 49 tons, Capt. Archd. McDonald, for Halifax
19 Oct., 1814 - "Industry" of 45 tons, Capt. Elisha Coffin, for Halifax
19 Oct., 1814 - "Nancy" of 42 tons, Capt. Norman McPherson, for Halifax
20 Oct., 1814 - "Sophia" of 46 tons, Capt. Prosper Gallant, for Miramichi
21 Oct., 1814 - "Roberts" of 107 tons, Capt. Robt. Stewart, for London
24 Oct., 1814 - "Jane" of 80 tons, Capt. Willm. Vincent, for St. John's
24 Oct., 1814 - "Industry" of 76 tons, Capt. Chas. Kelly, for St. John's
26 Oct., 1814 - "Thisbe" of 59 tons, Capt. Donald Nicholson, for Burin, Newfoundland
26 Oct., 1814 - "Mary" of 55 tons, Capt. Peter Crammer, for St. John's
27 Oct., 1814 - "Lion" of 24 tons, Capt. Neal Campbell, for Halifax
28 Oct., 1814 - "Industry" of 61 tons, Capt. James Young, for Halifax
29 Oct., 1814 - "Two Sisters" of 32 tons, Capt. Geo. Sharpe, for Halifax
29 Oct., 1814 - "Eliza" of 59 tons, Capt. Archd. Campbell, for St. John's
07 Nov., 1814 - "Mary" of 58 tons, Capt. Willm. Burke, for St. John's
08 Nov., 1814 - "Sally" of 314 tons, Capt. Willm. Scarth, for London, with 1 white pine mast, spars
09 Nov., 1814 - "Dispatch" of 128 tons, Capt. Willm. LeMessurier, for Liverpool
12 Nov., 1814 - "Patriot" of 245 tons, Capt. Edwd. Bell, for Liverpool
12 Nov., 1814 - "Magdalene" of 24 tons, Capt. John Gosbee, for Halifax
14 Nov., 1814 - "Joseph & Mary" of 267 tons, Capt. Stephen Stanton, for Fowey
15 Nov., 1814 - "Neptune" of 172 tons, Capt. Michl. Fitzgerald, for Liverpool
15 Nov., 1814 - "Sophia" of 177 tons, Capt. John James, for Fowey
23 Nov., 1814 - "Ann" of 195 tons, Capt. Joseph Grave, for Cork
23 Nov., 1814 - "Triton" of 182 tons, Capt. John Richardson, for Fowey
28 Nov., 1814 - "Wilberforce" of 260 tons, Capt. William Cook, for London
02 Dec., 1814 - "Fame?" of 167 tons, Capt. Will. B. Bown, for Liverpool, with 200 rickers, 60 oars
05 Dec., 1814 - "Union" of 110 tons, Capt. James Hutton, for Cork, with 108 tons pine, 2 1/2 cords lathwood, 4000 feet deals

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