1832 Light Duties


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1832 Light Duties

The following is a list of light duties collected by J L Hurdis, during the last quarter of 1832. Our first permanent lighthouse was supposed to have been at Point Prim about 1845. This list seems to indicate where the ships were proceeding rather that whence they came. Compared to the notices in the Royal Gazette. Since the dates here are neither dates of arrival or departure but usually somewhere in between it appears that would be the date that the light duties were paid.

Examiner 1 Feb., 1909 page 4
02 Oct., 1832 - "Bollina" 82 tons, Capt. Heay, for Bideford, GB
04 Oct., 1832 - "William" schooner of 52 tons for St. John's
05 Oct., 1832 - "Experience" schooner of 38 tons, for Pugwash
06 Oct., 1832 - "Royal William" barque of 340 tons, for Bay Chaleur
08 Oct., 1832 - "Shamrock" schooner of 16 tons, for Arichat
10 Oct., 1832 - "Jane" schooner of 24 tons, Capt. McFadyen for Halifax
10 Oct., 1832 - "Margaret Simpson" schooner of 27 tons, Capt. Campbell for Halifax
11 Oct., 1832 - "Two Farmers" schooner of 24 tons, Capt. McKay, for Halifax
12 Oct., 1832 - "St. John's" schooner of 152 tons, Capt. Dingwell, for Miramichi
13 Oct., 1832 - "John" schooner of 36 tons, Capt. Ramsay, for Bathurst
15 Oct., 1832 - "Fame" schooner of 15 tons, Capt. McLeod, for Pictou
15 Oct., 1832 - "Susanna Ford" schooner of 46 tons, Capt. Knight for St. John's
16 Oct., 1832 - "Elizabeth" schooner of 21 tons, Capt. Carr, for Bathurst
16 Oct., 1832 - "Mary Anne" schooner of 18 tons, Capt. Yeo, for Miramichi
17 Oct., 1832 - "Marmion" schooner of 53 tons, Capt. Irving for Newfoundland
19 Oct., 1832 - "Jane" schooner of 35 tons, Capt. McRay, for Bathurst
20 Oct., 1832 - "Alice Jane" schooner of 24 tons, Capt. McCallum for Miramichi
20 Oct., 1832 - "Equity" schooner of 28 tons, Capt. Murray, for Halifax
23 Oct., 1832 - "Clondolin" schooner of 117 tons, Capt. Webster, for Harbor Grace, Nfld.
23 Oct., 1832 - "Amyntas" brig of 213 tons, Capt. Matthewson, for Pugwash
24 Oct., 1832 - "Rambler" schooner of 36 tons, for Halifax
26 Oct., 1832 - "Elizabeth & Ann" schooner of 48 tons, for Miramichi
27 Oct., 1832 - "Susan" schooner of 29 tons, Capt. Creed, for Halifax
29 Oct., 1832 - "Melony" schooner of 43 tons, Capt.Thomas, for Halifax
29 Oct., 1832 - "Seaflower" brig of 212 tons, for Gloucester
29 Oct., 1832 - "Christy Ann" schooner of 28 tons, for Miramichi
30 Oct., 1832 - "Mary" schooner of 33 tons, Capt. Blanchard, for Miramichi
30 Oct., 1832 - "Juventa" schooner of 36 tons, Capt. Hugh, for Halifax
30 Oct., 1832 - "Catherine" schooner of 75 tons, for Pictou
30 Oct., 1832 - "Jemima" schooner of 36 tons, Capt. Jollota, for Halifax
31 Oct., 1832 - "Active" schooner of 27 tons, Capt. Rix, for Halifax
31 Oct., 1831 - "George" sloop of 17 tons, for Miramichi
31 Oct., 1831 - "Royal William" schooner of 125 tons, for Miramichi
31 Oct., 1832 - "Nancy" schooner of 19 tons, Capt. McDougall, for Miramichi
01 Nov., 1832 - "Mary Jane" brig of 142 tons, for Plymouth
01 Nov., 1832 - "Mary" schooner of 20 tons, Capt. Rochfort, for Miramichi
02 Nov., 1832 - "Aimwell" schooner of 40 tons, Capt. McLeod, for Miramichi
03 Nov., 1832 - "Swift" schooner of 79 tons, Capt. Coffin, for St. John's
03 Nov., 1832 - "Brothers" schooner of 15 tons, Capt. Campbell, for Miramichi
06 Nov., 1832 - "Fame" schooner of 32 tons, for Halifax
07 Nov., 1832 - "Amelia" brig of 254 tons, Capt. Davies, for London
07 Nov., 1832 - "Union" schooner of 32 tons, Capt. Siliker, for Halifax
07 Nov., 1832 - "Harriet Elizabeth" schooner of 114 tons, Capt. Coffin, for St. John's
08 Nov., 1832 - "Fame" schooner of 15 tons, Capt. Mcleod, for Miramichi
08 Nov., 1832 - "Felicity" sloop of 31 tons, Capt. Mclaren, for Miramichi
09 Nov., 1832 - "Margaret" schooner of 114 tons, Capt. Deagle, for St. John's
09 Nov., 1832 - "John Fulton" schooner of 94 tons, Capt. Sweeney, for St. John's
09 Nov., 1832 - "Anastasia" schooner of 75 tons, Capt. McCannon, for Halifax
09 Nov., 1832 - "Sarah" schooner of 119 tons, Capt. Kelly for St. John's
10 Nov., 1832 - "Eagle" schooner of 35 tons, Capt. Rude, for Halifax
10 Nov., 1832 - "Despatch" schooner of 100 tons, Capt. Young, for St. John's
12 Nov., 1832 - "Ranger" schooner of 48 tons, Capt. Salmond, for Miramichi
12 Nov., 1832 - "Dolphin" schooner of 33 tons, Capt. Sivret, for Miramichi
12 Nov., 1832 - "Providence" schooner of 36 tons, Capt. Boudrot, for Pictou
13 Nov., 1832 - "Two Sisters" schooner of 41 tons, Capt. Irving, for St. John's
14 Nov., 1832 - "Nancy" schooner of 57 tons, Captain Deagle for Arichat
15 Nov., 1832 - "Alert" schooner of 73 tons, Capt. Nelmes, for Halifax
16 Nov., 1832 - "Endeavour" schooner of 37 tons, Capt. Ramsay, for Miramichi
16 Nov., 1832 - "Perseverance" schooner of 37 tons, Capt. Brown, for Miramichi
16 Nov., 1832 - "Earl Grey" ship of 493 tons, Capt. Pearce, for Bristol, GB
19 Nov., 1832 - "Hope" schooner of 126 tons, Capt. Anderson, for Sydney
20 Nov., 1832 - "Margaret Helen" schooner of 112 tons, Capt. Murray, for St. John's
21 Nov., 1832 - "George Henry" brig of 92 tons, Capt. Doyle, for West Indies
21 Nov., 1832 - "Aeneas" schooner of 79 tons, for Halifax
21 Nov., 1832 - "Cousins" schooner of 80 tons, Capt. McGilvray, for Halifax
22 Nov., 1832 - "Fortitude" schooner of 33 tons, Capt. Cumming, for Halifax
22 Nov., 1832 - "Lucy" schooner of 30 tons, Capt. Jones, for Pugwash
22 Nov., 1832 - "William Henry" schooner of 43 tons, Capt. Webber, for St. John's
22 Nov., 1832 - "Thorn" schooner of 51 tons, Capt. Payson, for St. John's
26 Nov., 1832 - "Elizabeth" schooner of 68 tons, Capt. Gilpin, for Pictou
26 Nov., 1832 - "Novelty" schooner of 36 tons, Capt. Lavache, for Halifax
27 Nov., 1832 - "Mary" schooner of 38 tons, Capt. Taylor, for Pictou
28 Nov., 1832 - "Quebec Trader" barque of 315 tons, Capt. Dowling, for London, GB
28 Nov., 1832 - "Greyhound" schooner of 104 tons, Capt. McEachern, for Pictou
28 Nov., 1832 - "Catherine" schooner of 73 tons, Capt. Harvey, for Pictou
04 Dec., 1832 - "Swift" schooner of 93 tons, Capt. Redmore, for Plymouth
04 Dec., 1832 - "Spring Bird" schooner of 50 tons, Capt. Neil, for St. John's
06 Dec., 1832 - "Highlander" brig of 125 tons, Capt. Gilpin, for St. John's
10 Dec., 1832 - "Duncan & Margaret" schooner of 122 tons, Capt. Walker for St. John's
10 Dec., 1832 - "Isabella" schooner of 118 tons, Capt. Mccannon, for St. John's


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