1761 & 1770 Voyages, to and from Newfoundland

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1761 & 1770 Voyages, to and from Newfoundland

Extracted from Lloyd's Lists, London (Incomplete)
(While a fair sampling is extracted here; this listing is not a "complete" record listing, of Newfoundland Lloyd’s Lists voyage entries.) Vessels could be constructed cheaper in Colonial America, where virgin timber was limitless, than could be done back home in England. (Note: This listing may contain contractions, spelling and/or transcription errors, as sometimes extracted from typed material. Correction or improvement is possible in certain cases.) Voyages in which Newfoundland may have been an interim port, and for which Newfoundland was not a specifically named port within the lists, are not included here, except as examples, notes, endnotes, or other, which are asterisked as *****.

Transcribed and contributed by David Anstey with assistance from Marilyn Pilkington. (Note: This listing may contain contractions, spelling and/or transcription errors. Correction or improvement is possible in certain cases). While we have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there may be errors.


1761

Jan 2, 1761 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole from Benidorm, Spain, the vessel "Triton", Captain Lamb.

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"2 Associates" Captain French.

"Prince Ferdinand" Captain Carbery

"Europa" Captain Mitchell

Arrived at Castillo(?) from Newfoundland, the vessel "Anna Maria", Captain Edwards.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Swift" Captain Coghlan

"Damsel" Captain Baker

The "Friendship", Captain Seager, of Poole, from Newfoundland for Cadiz, was taken the 25th of Oct, by a French Privateer off the Western Islands.

Jan 6, 1761 edition.

*****Remained at the Downs for, the vessel "Polly", Captain French.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"General Lawrence" Captain Maxwell

"Capelin" Captain Buchell

"Endeavour" Captain Stone

"Love" Captain Parrot

"Mary & Sarah" Captain Beefy

"Swift" Captain Street

"Bowman" Captain Parker

"Endeavour" Captain Stone

"Betsy" Captain Perryman

"Syren" Captain Lyon

"Scarborough" Captain Northway

"Prince Edward" Captain Brixey

"John & Sarah" Captain Way

"Mary & Ann" Captain Hutchings

"William" Captain Hatton

"William" Captain Hearder

"Phoenix" Captain Lane

"William" Captain Gray

"Bee" Captain Wills

"Polly" Captain Frampton

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Betty" Captain Churchwood

"Johnathan" Captain Ford

"Amy" Captain Condon

"Antelope" Man of War

"Champion" Captain Leat

"Boyle" Captain M'Carty

"Adventure" Captain Brooks

"Four Sisters" Captain Dawing

"Port Merchant" Captain Crowte

"Anne" Captain Trott

"Penguin" Captain Russell

"Lamb" Captain Linthorn

"Tom Cod" Captain Fouracre/Fowraker

"Anne" Captain Maddicks/Maddox

"Vigilant" Captain Churchill

"Rose" Captain Leigh

"Betsy" Captain Hatton

"Resolution" Captain Wood

"New London" Captain Sanford

Arrived at Malaga from Newfoundland, the vessel "Experiment", Captain Coghlan.

The "William", Captain Richards, from Bristol for Oporto, is taken and sent for France.

Jan 9, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Grampus", Captain Pearce.

*****Arrived at Poole from Alicante, the vessel "Triton", Captain Barnes.

The "St. Thomas", Captain Power, from Newfoundland, was lost the 7th near St. Sebastians, with all the crew except one man.

Jan 13, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Viana from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Benjamin" Captain ?

"Sally" Captain Codner

Arrived at Figueras from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Little Robin" Captain Pitman

"Squid" Captain Jeffrey

"Dolphin" Captain Harding

The "Arthur & Mary", Captain Bully, from Newfoundland for Lisbon, is taken.

Jan 20, 1761 edition.

*****Arrived at Teignmouth from Figueras, the vessels:

"Little Robin" Captain Pitman

"Squid" Captain Jeffrey

*****Arrived at Teignmouth from Oporto, the vessel "Capelin", Captain Drew.

*****Arrived at Poole from Oporto, the vessel "Love", Captain Parrot.

*****Arrived at Southampton from Jersey, the vessel "Adventure", Captain DeGrouchy/De Gruchy/Gruchy/De Greshy/De Gris/?Le Greshley?

Arrived at Gibraltar from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sukey"/"Susie", Captain Quinlan.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Endeavour" Captain Combes

"Friend" Captain Seward

"King William" Captain Pearce

"Only Daughter" Captain Corbin

The "Antelope", Man of War, with the Trade from Newfoundland, are safe arrived at Gibraltar, as is also the "Tavignon", Captain Darby, from Newfoundland.

The "Squid", Captain Jeffries, is arrived at Teignmouth from Figueras; having been taken, but ransomed for 200Lbs.

Jan 23, 1761 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole from Alicante, the vessel "Triton", Captain Barnes. (Richard Barnes. Fogo/Twillingate from Poole.)

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessel "Constantine", Captain Forsyth. (Robert Forsyth. Fogo from Bristol.)

Jan 27, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Samuel & Dove", Captain Moore.

Feb 3, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland and Waterford, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Squarey.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Tavignion" Captain Darby

"William" Captain Anstey . . . 1

"Lloyd" Captain Carberry

"Lark" Captain Keates (Thomas Keats of Sturminster Newton and Poole, Dorset.)

"Bristol Merchant" Captain Kennedy

"Expedition" Captain Magarage

"Virgin" Captain Fitzherbert

"William & Mary" Captain Southcott

"Martha & Betty" Captain Brockway

*All under Convoy of the "Sheerness", Man of War.

Feb 6, 1761 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole from Cadiz, the vessels:

"Only Daughter" Captain Corben

"N.S. de Milagros" Captain Collins

"Brilliant Star" Captain Williams

*****Arrived at Madeira from Portsmouth, the vessels:

"Dorothy & Elizabeth" Captain Butler

"Mermaid" Captain French

*****The "Benjamin", Captain Mudge(?), from Viana for Teignmouth; is taken by a St. Malo Privateer.

Feb 10, 1761 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Lisbon, the vessels:

"Rose" Captain Leigh

"Four Sisters" Captain Downing (out of Dartmouth)

"Anne" Captain Whitby

"Port Merchant" Captain Crowte

"New London" Captain Wally/Wallis/Wallace

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Oporto, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Lane.

*****Arrived at Madeira, form Yarmouth, the vessel “Sarah”, Captain Kittier.

Arrived at Barcelona from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sukey", Captain Quinlan.

Feb 27, 1761 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Jamaica, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Baker.

Arrived at Barbadoes from Newfoundland, the vessel "Creole", Captain Vance.

Mar 24, 1761 edition.

Sailed from Cowes for Poole and Newfoundland, the vessel "Duke of Cumberland", Captain Cox.

April 14, 1761 edition.

Sailed from Weymouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Pollard.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Dolphin" Captain Warren

"Banker" Captain Farr

"Duke of Cumberland" Captain Cox

"Charming Molly" Captain Bartlett

"William" Captain Thrasher

"Pike" Captain Cheeseman

"Molly" Captain Olive

"Mermaid" Captain Randall

"Bonetta" Captain Frampton

"Mary & Sarah" Captain Cheeseman

"Boscawen" Captain Broom

"Poole" Captain Bartlett

"Fanny" Captain Newman

"George" Captain Durell

"Triton" Captain Stainsmore

"Triton" Captain Barnes

"Industrious Bee" Captain Lundridge

"Sally & Polly" Captain Frampton

"Minerva" Captain Trasher

"Molly" Captain Frost

"Brice" Captain Cheeseman

"Providence" Captain Crew

"Speedwell" Captain Loader

April 17, 1761 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Love" Captain Gibbons

"Brilliant Star" Captain Williams

"Endeavour" Captain Moors

"Elizabeth" Captain Hookey

Arrived at Madeira from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Fame" Captain Legget on the 15th of Dec.

"Concord" Captain Butler on the 19th of Dec. Sailed for Antigua on Jan 1st.

*****Arrived at Madeira from Bristol, the vessel "Clifton", Captian Smith. On the 25th of Jan.

April 21, 1761 edition.

Sailed from Cowes for Newfoundland, the vessel "Antelope", Man of War; with the Trade.

April 24, 1761 edition.

Came in to Plymouth, for Newfoundland, the vessel "King William", Captain Pearce.

Passed by Plymouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Antelope", Man of War, with the Trade.

*****Sailed from Southampton for Jersey, the vessel "Jersey Flower", Captain Renouff.

May 5, 1761 edition.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth from Antigua, the vessel "Hawke", Captain Snow.

Came in to Plymouth, the vessel "Antelope", Man of War, with the Trade.

May 12, 1761 edition.

*****Arrived at Antigua from Madeira, the vessel "Concord", Captain Butler.

May 15, 1761 edition.

*****Sailed from Poole for Plymouth, the vessel "Hawke", Captain Slade.

May 20, 1760, edition.

The “Aurora”, Captain ? from Bourdeaux for Montreal, of 450 Tons and 108 Men; is brought into Baltimore; by the “Constantine, Captain Forsyth; from Naples for Bristol, a Letter of Marque. May 23 edition, arrived at Bristol from Baltimore, the “Constantine”, Captain Forsyth, with her Prize.

May 26, 1761 edition.

*****Sailed from Antigua for Bristol, the vessel "Cornwall", Captain Dunscombe.

May 29, 1761 edition.

Sailed from Plymouth for Newfoundland, the Vessel "Antelope", Man of War; with the Trade.

*****Arrived at Poole from Jersey, the vessel "Hawke", Captain Frampton.

Jun 2, 1761 edition.

The "Duke of Tuscanny", Captain Malone, from Bristol for Waterford and Newfoundland, fell in with the "Duke de Biron", Privateer of Dunkirk, 100 leagues West of Cape Clear. And was in the engagement, blown up by the French throwing Granadoes into the Cabin windows. Only the Mate, three Passengers, and one Seaman, were saved out of 211 souls. . . 2

Jul 10, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessels:

"Tom Cod" Captain Fowcrater/Fouracre

"Little Robin" Captain Shapley

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessel:

"Triton" Captain Barnes

Jul 14, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Antigua, the vessel "Concord", Captain Butler.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Dartmouth, the vessel "Anna-Maria", Captain Edwards.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Dartmouth and Cork, the vessel "Mary & Ann", Captain Hutchings.

Jul 17, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Squarry.

The "Young Beaver", Captain Hayward, from Newfoundland for Cadiz, is lost at Newfoundland.

Jul 21, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessel "Penguin", Captain Russel.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Dartmouth, the vessel "Ann & Elizabeth", Captain Pitts.

Nov 3, 1761 edition.

The "Ann", Captain Kennedy, from Newfoundland for Lisbon, is taken and carried into San Lucar.

Nov 10, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel, "Polly", Captain Bishop.

Nov 17, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Plymouth from Newfoundland, the vessel, "Brace", Captain Daw.

The "Wolfe, Captain Courtin from Poole for Newfoundland, is put back to Poole, after beating, at times, 32 days on the Coast of Newfoundland, within two or three Leagues of her destined Port.

Nov 20, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessel "Constantine", Captain Forsyth.

Dec 1, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel, "Enterprise", Captain Taylor. Last from Ireland.

Dec 4, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel, "Triton", Captain Barnes.

Dec 8, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel, "John", Captain Hewlet. Last from Ireland.

Dec 15, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel, "Young Beaver", Captain Stanworth.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Phipard.

Arrived at Seville from Newfoundland, the vessel "Minerva", Captain Thrasher.

Arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary & Ann", Captain Hutchings.

Dec 18, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Plymouth from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Biddiford" Captain Maunden

"Prince Edward" Captain Brixey

"Duke of Cumberland" Captain Cox

"George" Captain Durell

"Sukey" Captain Miller

"Fanny" Captain Newman

"Industrious Bee" Captain Lundridge

"Molly" Captain Munday

"Duke William" Captain Pearse

"Biddiford" Captain Brooks

"Dispatch" Captain Olive

"Hawk" Captain Hodge

"John" Captain Pridham

"Fly" Captain Sharpham

"Tom Cod" Captain Four Acres

"America" Captain White

"Aurora" Captain Mortimer

"William" Captain Whitney

"Sybella" Captain Honeywell

"Charming Molly" Captain Bully

"Bilboa Merchant" Captain Chanell

"Sarah" Captain Carter

"Endeavour" Captain Wills

"Betsey & Polly" Captain Bully

"William & Mary" Captain Griffin

"Friendship" Captain Squarey

"Mary" Captain Wolland

"Samuel & Dove" Captain Moore

"Willing Mind" Captain Fiatt

Dec 22, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel, "Samuel & Dove", Captain Moor.

Dec 25, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel, "John", Captain Churchill.

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Rose" Captain Hill

"William" Captain Power

"Charming Molly" Captain Roach

Arrived at Naples from Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Lang.

Dec 29, 1761 edition.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Hawk" Captain Pike

"Greyhound" Captain Bartlett

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "George", Captain Pottle.

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1762

Jan 1, 1762 edition.

Arrived at Milford from Newfoundland, the vessel "Grampus", Captain Pearce.

Jan 5, 1762 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Coggan/Coughlan.

Arrived at Jersey from Newfoundland, the vessel "Willing Mind", Captain Fiatt.

The "St. Peter", Captain Miller, who sailed from Poole for Newfoundland the 19th of August, after a beating Passage, got to Trinity. Where she lay 12 days, and then, having a favourable Gale, she put out for to go. But the Wind coming soon contrary, she was obliged to bear up, and is since returned back to Poole.

Jan 8, 1762 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Friends", Captain Smith.

Jan 12, 1762 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Antelope" Man of War

"Four Sisters" Captain Downing

"William" Captain Harder

"Scarborough" Captain Northway

"Phoenix" Captain Stanford

"Success" Captain Newhall

"Elizabeth" Captain Deady

"Happy Jennet" Captain Lemon

"Dolphin" Captain Anstey

"Rose" Captain Crockwell

"Vigilant" Captain Churchill

"New London" Captain Walley

"Syren" Captain Parr

"Ann" Captain Whitby

"Adventure" Captain Brooks

"Two Friends" Captain Carder

"Betsey" Captain Perryman

"Ann" Captain Maddock

"Port Merchant" Captain Crowte

"Jane" Captain Matthews

"Industry" Captain Bailey

"Bee" Captain Wills

"Beckford" Captain Pitts

"William" Captain Gray

"Rebekah & Susannah" Captain Wood

Arrived at Guadaloupe from Newfoundland, the vessel "Postillion", Captain Vibert.

The vessels "Constantine", Captain Forsyth; "Greyhound", Captain Bartlett; "William & Mary", Captain Southcot; and the "Hawke", Captain Pike—all from Newfoundland, are seized in the Port of Alicante.

Jan 15, 1762 edition.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Bristol Merchant" Captain Drake

"John & Sarah" Captain Way

"Lamb" Captain Linthorne

"Dolphin" Captain Stone

Arrived at Figueras from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Bonetta" Captain Baker

"Squid" Captain Jeffreys

The "Nancy", Captain Hill, from Newfoundland, was lost in making her escape from Cadiz.

Jan 19, 1762 edition.

The "Anna Maria", Captain Edwards, from Newfoundland for a Market, foundered at Sea the 26th of Nov., near the Banks, but the Crew were taken up by a Brig belonging to Poole, who carried them to Alicante.

The "Elizabeth", Captain Baker, from Newfoundland, who was taken by a Privateer the 11th of Dec., was afterwards lost near Cape St. Vincent, but the Captain and part of the Crew were saved.

Jan 26, 1762 edition.

The "Francis", Captain Paul, and the "Content", Captain Foster, both from Newfoundland, with the "Sally", Captain Gould, from Boston, all for a Market, are carried into Cadiz.

The "Penguin", Captain Russell, the "Richard & Mary", Captain Wallis, and the "Sally", Captain Codner, are arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland and there seized.

Feb 5, 1762 edition.

The "Carter", Captain Payne, from Newfoundland, with 4000 Quintals of Fish and 120 Barrels of Salmon, is carried into Marseilles . . 3

Feb 16, 1762 edition.

*****Sailed from Poole for London, the vessel "John & Elizabeth", Captain Robbins.

Feb 23, 1762 edition.

Arrived at Gibraltar from Newfoundland, the vessel "Charming Molly", Captain Kerley.

Mar 19, 1762 edition.

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessel "Europa", Captain Stevens.

Apr 2, 1762 edition.

The "Little Robin", Captain Mudge, from Newfoundland, is arrived at Corunna, and there seized. May 26th edition, arrived at Teignmouth.

< "Little Robert", Nicholas Mudge, Teignmouth - Newfoundland, for Keen >

Apr 9, 1762 edition.

*****The "Resolution", Captain Blackstone, of Teignmouth, is arrived at Plymouth from Corunna (by permission from the Spanish Court), which place she left the 11th.

Jul 13 1762 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Enterprize", Captain Taylor.

Jul 20 1762 edition.

*****The "Cornwall", Captain Dunscombe from the Windward Gold Coast, is arrived at Antigua.

Jul 23 1762 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Squid", Captain Wood.

*(In 1698, William Wood voyaged Antigua-Port de Grave, Newfoundland, bringing Salt, Rum, and Molasses, and buying 500 Quintals of Fish for market in Oporto.)



Jul 27 1762 edition.

Arrived at Topsham from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Endeavour" Captain Pine

"Mary" Captain Blackstone

Arrived at Newfoundland the vessels:

"Andrews" Captain Fortune from Bristol

"Rainbow" Captain ? from Bristol

"Swift" Captain Coghlan from Bristol

"Betsey" Captain Berryman from Teignmouth

"Caplin" Captain Drew from Teignmouth

"Tom Cod" Captain Foweraker from Teignmouth & Waterford

The "Lark", Captain Mans, of Poole from Ireland for Newfoundland, was chased ashore in the Bay of Bulls by some French Men of War, and is entirely lost.

Aug 6 1762 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Aurora", Captain Mortimer.

Aug 10 1762 edition.

Sailed from Lisbon for Newfoundland the vessels:

"Banker" Captain Farr

"Triton" Captain Stainsmore

"Rebekah" Captain Haywood

Aug 17 1762 edition.

Arrived at Christchurch, Southampton, from Newfoundland, on the 13th, the vessel "John", Captain Moores from Newfoundland.

The "Polly", Captain Baker, from Newfoundland for Teignmouth, is retaken by the "Garland", Man of War, and brought into Plymouth.

A cartel schooner with English Prisoners from St. John's in Newfoundland is arrived at Plymouth in five weeks. By whom we hear that the French are fortifying that Harbour. And that as the "Antelope", Man of War, who was Convoy to the Trade from England, was just going in; a Signal from the Shore was made that the French were in Possession of the Place, on which she bore away. But a French Man of War of 50 Guns slipped, and went after her—who was not returned when the Cartel came away. . . 4

Aug 20 1762 edition.

The "Cleveland", Captain Hearne, from Waterford for Newfoundland, made her escape from thence, and is gone for Halifax.

Aug 31 1762 edition.

Sailed from Maderia for Newfoundland, the vessel "Concord", Captain Butler.

Sep 7, 1762 edition.

The "John & Sarah", Captain Way; the "William", Captain ?; the "Ann", Captain ?; the "Racehorse", Captain ?; the "Mary", Captain ?; the "Prince Edward", Captain Brixey; the "Sally", Captain Wear; and the "Molly", Captain Frost—were seized by the French in the Harbour of St. John's in Newfoundland. And the "Bonetta", Captain Baker, from Waterford, was taken by a French Frigate as she was going into that Harbour.

Sep 21, 1762 edition.

The "Charming Nancy", Captain Hurre, from London, who wintered in Newfoundland, is since lost at Quebec; but the greatest part of her cargo is saved.

Sep 24, 1762 edition.

The "Cleveland", Captain Hearne, from Waterford, who escaped from Newfoundland, is since arrived at Cape Ann in New England.

The "America", Captain White, from Cowes for Quebec, put into Capelin Bay in Newfoundland the 15th of June. Being prevented getting up the Gulph

of Saint Laurence by the great quantities of Ice, then on the Coast.

Oct 1, 1762 edition.

A French Frigate of 18 Guns with War like Stores and about 70 Soldiers on board for St. John's in Newfoundland is taken and brought into Portsmouth by the "Dragon", Man of War: from the “Havannah”, Captain Harvey.

Oct 29, 1762 edition.

The "Hawke", Captain Scott, from Gibraltar, is arrived at Trinity in Newfoundland and is there loaded for Leghorn.

Nov 5, 1762 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Joseph" Captain Seager from Oporto

"Enterprize" Captain Taylor from Waterford

Dec 17, 1763 edition.

*****Arrived at Penzance from Waterford, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Lang.

Dec 31, 1762 edition.

The "Labour", Privateer from Bayonne, of 26 Nine pounders and 222 men, is taken by the "Sampson", Captain Greakrakes, a Letter of Marque from Bristol,

and carried into Trinity Harbour in Newfoundland.

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1763

Jan 14, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Crookhaven, Ireland from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lovely Joanna", Captain Coghlan.

Jan 21, 1763 edition.

The "Thomas", Captain Perry from Newfoundland for Poole, taken by the "Grand Charles", Privateer from Bilboa.

Jan 25, 1763 edition.

The "Betsey", Captain Ball, of Teignmouth, with Passengers for Ireland, was lately lost off Dungarvan, & sixty of the people drowned . . 2

Feb 4, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Dolphin" Captain Kennedy

"Amey" Captain Frampton

"Enterprize" Captain Taylor

Feb 8, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland the vessel "Tommy", Captain Perry.

Feb 15, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Symes.

Mar 1, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lovely Joanna", Captain Coghlan.

Mar 15, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessel "Triton", Captain Barnes.

Apr 1, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Southampton from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Vibert.

*****Sailed from Southampton for Guernsey, the vessels:

"Nancy" Captain Renouff

"Prosperous" Captain Snow

Apr 29, 1763 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"George" Captain Durrell

"Juno" Captain Slade

"Endeavour" Captain White

May 24, 1763 edition.

The "Kitty" of Bristol, Captain Butler, is arrived at Cork for Newfoundland.

May 31, 1763 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole from Sunderland, County Durham(?), the vessel "Hopewell", Captain Freeman. (A cargo of salt for the Newfoundland Fishery?)

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Butler.

Jun 17, 1763 edition.

*****Arrived at Southampton from Jersey, the vessel "Expedition", Captain Grouchy. (Greshy/Degreshy/Degresh/Degrouchy)

Jun 28, 1763 edition.

*****Arrived at Cowes from Jersey, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Mugford.

Jul 5, 1763 edition.

The "Kitty", Captain Butler from Bristol, Cork and Bilboa, for Newfoundland.

Jul 19, 1763 edition.

The "Charming Molly", Captain Kerley/Carely, of Poole from Trinity in Newfoundland, for Cadiz.

Jul 22, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels:

"George" Captain Durrell from Poole

"Endeavour" Captain Combes from Jersey

"Adventure" Captain Vibert from Jersey

"Vigilant" Captain Lemon from Ireland

"John" Captain Hewlett from Ireland

"True Briton" Captain Williams from Portugal

"Industrious Bee" Captain Lundridge from Poole

"Suky" Captain Tavernor from Poole

"Amy" Captain Frampton from Poole

"Samuel & John" Captain Rollis from Lisbon

The "Sally", Captain Shapley, is lost in the Ice at Newfoundland.

Jul 26, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Hawke" Captain William Anstice (At Leghorn in December. “Hawke” of 130 Tons / 9 Men / 2 Guns. For John Noble?)

"Constantine" Captain Forsyth (Robert Forsyth at Fogo Island?, N. D. Bay.)

"Antigua Factor" Captain Darby

"Lady Joanna" Captain ? (Jeremiah Coughlan?)

Jul 29, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessels:

"Friendship" Captain Squarry

"Capelin" Captain Drew

Arrived at Newfoundland from Dartmouth, the vessels:

"Swift" Captain Line/Lane

"Phoenix" Captain Sandford

"William" Captain Teague

"Joyce" Captain Leigh

"Two Friends" Captain Laverence

Aug 9, 1763 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole from Milton, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Sharpe. . . 5

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessel "Tartar", Captain Jolliffe.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Liverpool, the vessel "Samuel & Dove", Captain Moore.

Aug 16, 1763 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Pike" Captain Pike

"William & Thomas" Captain Robbins

*****Arrived at Southampton from Jersey, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Le Feuvre.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessel "Hanover", Captain Pitman.

The "William", Captain Gray, from Teignmouth and Lisbon, was lost going into Newfoundland.

Aug 19, 1763 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Free Mason", Captain Roach.

Aug 23, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessel "Only Daughter", Captain Parnell.

Aug 26, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Little Joseph" Captain Keen/Keene/Kean/Caine.

"Concord" Captain Steel

"Lovely Johanna" Captain Davie

Arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Butler.

Aug 30, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessel "Molly", Captain Wear.

Sep 2, 1763 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole from Cadiz, the vessel "Royal Charlotte", Captain Collins, on the 29th.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth from Malaga, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Collins. (Capt William Collins. “Friendship”, 190 tons, built in Spain in 1761; owner Sullivan; 14 crewmen. (Lloyd’s Register))

Sep 6, 1763 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork from Bristol, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Harris.

Sep 9, 1763 edition.

*****Sailed from Cowes for Dublin, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Harris.

Sep 20, 1763 edition.

*****Sailed from Cork for Antigua, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Harris.

Sep 23, 1763 edition.

*****Arrived at Oporto from Guernsey, the vessel "Telemachus", Captain De Payton.

Oct 7, 1763 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole from London, the vessel "Thomas & Mary", Captain Snooke.

Oct 11, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Seville from Newfoundland, the vessel "Pompadour", Captain Collingwood.

Oct 14, 1763 edition.

*****Sailed from Poole for Weymouth, the vessel "Industrious Bee", Captain Painter.

*****Came in to Cowes for Leghorn, the vessel "Prince of Wales", Captain Cox.

*****Sailed from Poole for Weymouth, the vessel "Henry & Joseph", Captain Akerman.

Oct 21, 1763 edition.

Arrived at St. John's from Lisbon, the vessels:

"Prince of Brunswick" Captain Stevens

"Charlotte" Captain French

Nov 8, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bilboa, the vessels:

"Kitty" Captain Butler

"Amy" Captain ?

"Judith" Captain ?

Nov 11, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Malaga from Newfoundland, the vessel "Little Joseph", Captain Keene.

Nov 15, 1763 edition.

*****Arrived at Cowes from Guernsey, the vessel "Thomas & Margaret", Captain Stevens.

*****Sailed from Cowes for Spain the vessels:

"Peace & Plenty" Captain Andrews

"Jenny" Captain Mugford

*****Sailed from Cork for Gibraltar, the vessel "William", Captain Collins. (“William”, sloop, of Cork, 40 tons burthen, no guns, 5 men, master John Collins—mp)

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fanny", Captain Norman.

Nov 29, 1763 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Cork, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Cowan.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Amy", Captain Doyle.

Arrived at Weymouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Happy Jennet", Captain Russell.

Arrived at Weymouth from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"John" Captain Gibbons

"Spy" Captain Davis

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Faro Packet", Captain Bishop.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Escape" Captain Cheeseman

"Richard & Mary" Captain Abbot

"George" Captain Daw

"Dublin Packet" Captain Ash

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Desire", Captain Linthorn.

Arrived at Seville from Newfoundland, the vessel "Providence", Captain Crew . . . 6

Arrived at Newfoundland from London, the vessels:

"Tartar" Captain Fiott

"Betty" Captain Amy

Arrived at Newfoundland from Exeter, the vessel "Lyon", Captain Bastard.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessel "Prince Ferdinand", Captain Carbery.

Dec 2, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Friends", Captain Laverance.

Arrived at Weymouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Mallet.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Unity" Captain Bayley

"Juno" Captain Slade

"George" Captain Durell

*****Sailed from Cowes for Guiney, the vessel "Dispatch", Captain Taylor.

*****Sailed from Cork for Bristol, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Cowan.

*****Sailed from Cork for Madeira, the vessel "Minerva", Captain Webber.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Squirrel" Captain Moore

"Andrews" Captain Fortune

"Triton" Captain Barnes

"Concord" Captain Luscombe

Arrived at Newfoundland from Figueras, the vessel "Amy", Captain Frampton.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Cadiz, the vessels:

"Boscawen" Captain Jenkins

"Aurora" Captain Mitchell

Arrived at Newfoundland from Lisbon, the vessels:

"Champion" Captain Francis

"Sukey" Captain Miller

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessel "Martha", Captain Matthews.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Oporto, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Squarey.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Alicante, the vessel "Sukey", Captain Hawker.

Arrived at Newfoundland from London, the vessel "Constantine", Captain Forsyth.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Leghorn, the vessel "Willing Mind", Captain Pelgee/?Pelkey?

*****Nov 27, 1763 edition. Arrived at Dover from Sunderland, the vessel "Willing Mind", Captain Gale.

*****Captian Fiott later sailed to and fro Jersey, in the vessel “Willing Mind”.

Dec 6, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Syren" Captain Parr

"Three Friends" Captain Perryman

"Loretta" Captain Thomas

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann", Captain Smith.

Dec 9, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Rebecca", Captain Perkin.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Samuel & Dove" Captain Moores

"Industrious Bee" Captain Lundridge

Arrived at Dover from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Shapley.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Judith", Captain Hobin. (Aubin?)

Dec 13, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Rebekah", Captain Spencer.

Dec 16, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betty", Captain Perriman. (J. Perriman, for himself.)

Dec 20, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Cadiz, the vessel "Sisters", Captain Kelly.

*****The "Nancy", Captain M'Grath, who is arrived at Bourdeaux from Cork, met with bad weather, and was obliged to throw overboard

150 Firkins of Butter, and 50 Barrels of Beef.

*Irish ports like Cork & Waterford were cheaper victualling ports and a source of available labour for the English Crown's Newfoundland Fishery.

Dec 23, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Shapley.

*****Remained at the Downs for Cadiz, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Collins.

Dec 30, 1763 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Prince of Brunswick", Captain Stevens.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Hearn.

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1764

Jan 6, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork from Ostend, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Collins.

Arrived at Cork from Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Sisters", Captain Kelly.

Arrived at Barcelona from Newfoundland, the vessel "William", Captain Randall.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Diamond" Captain Corbin

< Benjamin Corbin/Corban, Poole - Newfoundland, for Joseph White >

"Duke of Cumberland" Captain Cox

< Robert Cox, Poole - Newfoundland, for Cox & Co. *Note the Jan 4, 1765 edition entry. >

Jan 10, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Liverpool from Newfoundland, the vessel "Pengwin", Captain Gale.

*****Arrived at Southampton from Guernsey, the vessels:

"Phoenix" Captain Romeril

"Duke of Cumberland" Captain Gautier

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Lang.

< John Lang, Teignmouth - Newfoundland, for ? >

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Adventure" Captain Stanford

"Beckford" Captain Pitts

< John Pitts, Teignmouth - Newfoundland, for ? Pitts >

"Ann" Captain Maddick. (Maddock/Maddox)

"Dolphin" Captain Miller

< William Miller, Poole - Trinity Bay, for John Lemon >

"Mercury" Captain Williams

"Port Merchant" Captain Gidley

"Two Brothers" Captain Bartry

"Litchfield" Captain Treatt. (Trott/Troth?)

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Joseph" Captain Crew

< Thomas Crew, Poole - Newfoundland, for Joseph White >

"Antigua Factor" Captain Stock

"Thomas & Sarah" Captain Keats

< Thomas Keats of Sturminster Newton, and Poole, Dorset. For himself. >

"Two Brothers" Captain Frampton

< Oliver Frampton, Poole - Trinity Bay for Isaac Lester >

"Constantine" Captain Forsyth

"Jenny" Captain Puddicombe

"Duke of Cumberland" Captain Cox (from Cadiz and Newfoundland.)

,

Jan 13, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Poole", Captain Frost.

< Thomas Frost, Poole – Bay Bulls, for Nathaniel Brooks >

*****Arrived at Cowes from Guernsey, the vessel "Admiral", Captain Durell.

*****Arrived at Cowes from Seville, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Kelly.

Arrived at Corona from Newfoundland, the vessel "Resolution", Captain Blackstone.

< Thomas Blackstone, Topsham - Oporto, for Whitburn >

Arrived at Jersey from Newfoundland, the vessel "Recovery", Captain Velleneuve.

*****Arrived at Jersey from Bilboa, the vessel "Postillion", Captain Vibert.

Jan 17, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Liverpool from Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Maunders.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Squarry.

The "Friendship", Captain Collins, from London for Cadiz.

Jan 20, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Antigua from Newfoundland, the vessel "Kitty", Captain French. (See June 1, 1764 edition.)

Jan 24, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Corona from Newfoundland, the vessel "Squid", Captain Wood.

Arrived at Magala from Newfoundland, the vessel "Charming Molly", Captain Kirley/Kerley/Carely.

Jan 27, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Cork, the vessel "Two Sisters", Captain Kelly.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "John", Captain Hewett.

Feb 14, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Guernsey from Cadiz, the vessel "Magdaline", Captain Vibert.

Arrived at Madeira from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lark", Captain Kennedy.

*****Arrived at Antigua from Angola, the vessel "Cornwall", Captain Dunscombe.

Feb 17, 1764 edition.

*****Sailed from Cork for Nantz, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Collins.

Feb 21, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Cape Fear from Antigua, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Harris.

Feb 24, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Dublin from London, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Harris.

Mar 9, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole from London, the vessel "Duke of Cumberland", Captain Cox.

Mar 30, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessel "Diamond", Captain Matthews. (Of Milford?)

Apr 10, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Adventure" Captain Standworth

"Poole" Captain Frost

"William" Captain Spurrier

"John" Captain Whales

< John Whale, ? - Newfoundland, for John Moors >

Apr 13, 1764 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Rebakah" Captain Spencer

< C. Spencer, Poole - Newfoundland, for Samuel Bowden >

"Only Daughter" Captain Parnell

"Ann" Captain Moores

"Samuel & Dove" Captain Biddicombe

"Industrious Bee" Captain Trasher

Apr 17, 1764 edition.

Came in to Plymouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Bickford", Captain Pitts.

*****Arrived at Dublin from Chester, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Norman.

Apr 20, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Weymouth from London, the vessel "Juno", Captain Cheater.

Apr 24, 1764 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Banker" Captain Kerley

"Diamond" Captain Corbin

Apr 27, 1764 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"George" Captain Durell

"Duke of Cumberland" Captain Cox

"True Britian" Captain Williams

May 1, 1764 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Triton", Captain Barnes.

< Richard Barnes, Poole - Fogo/Twillingate, for John Slade >

*****Arrived at Cork from Cadiz, the vessel "William", Captain Collins.

May 4, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Cork, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Cowan.

*****Arrived at Bristol from San Lucar, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Butler.

May 8, 1764 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Nancy" Captain Thompson

< Benjamin Thompson, Poole - Newfoundland, for Clarke & Co. >

"Spy" Captain Reeks

"Joseph" Captain Crew

*****Arrived at Cork from Dartmouth, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Griffin. Sailed for Waterford.

May 11, 1764 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Vigilant" Captain Churchill

< John Churchill, Poole - Trinity Bay, for John Churchill >

"Cicelia" Captain Rider

< George Ryder, Poole to Bonavista, for George Ryder. >

*****Arrived at Cowes from Chichester, the vessel "Peace & Plenty", Captain Mugford.

May 15, 1764 edition.

Sailed from Cowes for Newfoundland, the vessel "Nelly", Captain Salmon.

May 22, 1764 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "2 Sisters", Captain Gillingham.

Jun 1, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Antigua from Bristol, the vessel "Sisters", Captain Kelly.

Jun 5, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork from Bristol, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Butler.

Jun 15, 1764 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Triton", Captain Stainsmore.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Butler.

Jun 19, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole from Exeter, the vessel "Thomas & Mary", Captain Snook. (Consider Snook at St. Pierre, and later at Cape John, N. D. Bay.)

Jul 3, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Antigua, the vessel "Cornwall", Captain Dunscombe.

Jul 13, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lamb", Captain Taylor.

< John Taylor, Poole - Newfoundland, for Pike & Green >

The "Salisbury", Captain Beef, of London from Cagliari for Trinity in Newfoundland.

Jul 17, 1764 edition.

*****Came in to Penzance for Dublin, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Mayne.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Heightington.

Jul 20, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Juno", Captain Cheater/Chaytor.

< Moses Cheater, Poole - Fogo/Twillingate, for John Slade >

Jul 24, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Recovery" Captain Villeneuve from Jersey

"Esther" Captain Le Feuvre from Jersey

"Magdelaine" Captain Vibert from Jersey

"Concord" Captain Steel from Bristol

"Mary" Captain Mallett from Jersey

Jul 27, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Cork, the vessel "City of Waterford", Captain Kelly. . . 7

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Rose", Captain Moores.

< John Moores for Childs & Co. > (The vessel “Rose”, sometimes captained by Daw.)

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessel "William", Captain Spurrier.

Jul 31, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Cowes from Corunna, the vessel "Peace & Plenty", Captain Mugford.

< William Mugford for Matthew Lee, Exeter merchant >

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Martha", Captain Matthews. (Out of Bristol?)

*****Arrived at Dublin from London, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Maine/Mayne.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessel "Hanover", Captain Pittman.

< Thomas Pittman, Teignmouth - Newfoundland, for Keen >

Aug 3, 1764 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Juno", Captain Cheater.

Aug 7, 1764 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Priscilla" Captain Loader

"Jenny" Captain Puddicombe

"Rose" Captain Moores

Aug 17, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Escape" Captain Cheeseman from Poole

< S. Cheeseman, Poole - Newfoundland, for Pike & Green >

"St. Cicelia" Captain Rider from Poole to Bonavista.

"Mary" Captain Wade from Bristol

"Kitty" Captain Butler from Bristol

"Mary" Captain Morris from Bristol

"Andrews" Captain Fortune from Bristol

"Squirrel" Captain Moores from Bristol

"Ann" Captain Roberts from Cadiz

"Phoenix" Captain Sandford from Dartmouth

"Ann" Captain Whitty/Whitby from Dartmouth

"Arthur & Betty" Captain Whitney from Dartmouth

Aug 21, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessel "Two Sisters", Captain Gillingham.

Aug 24, 1764 edition.

*****Sailed from Dublin for Bristol, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Mayne.

*****Arrived at Cork from Christ Church, the vessel "Sparrow", Captain Neck.

Aug 28, 1764 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Amy", Captain Frampton.

< Oliver Frampton, Poole - Ireland - Trinity Bay, for Isaac Lester >

Aug 31, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Dartmouth, the vessel "Joyce", Captain Leigh.

Sep 4, 1764 edition.

*****Sailed from Cork for Waterford, the vessel "Mary", Captain Hurly.

Sep 18, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Cork, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Cowan.

Oct 2, 1764 edition.

Sailed from Lisbon for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Tartar" Captain Read

"Boscawen" Captain Jenkins

Oct 12, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Malaga from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Kitty" Captain Butler

"Dolphin" Captain Green

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Antigua Factor" Captain Stooke

"John Galley" Captain Darby

Arrived at Newfoundland from Cadiz, the vessel "Morris", Captain Lucas.

Oct 19, 1764 edition.

Came in to Cowes for S. Sebastians, the vessel "Peace & Plenty", Captain Mugford. Sailed out per the Oct 26th edition.

*****Sailed from Cowes for Waterford, the vessel "Kingston", Captain Benger.

Oct 30, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Tweed" Captain Penrose

"Serviceable" Captain Ord

"Endeavour" Captain Valpe

"Mauricis" Captain Scott

"Faro Pacquet" Captain Bishop

"Happy Jennet" Captain Churchill

Nov 9, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Melcomb" Captain White

"Diligence" Captain Pearce

Nov 16, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Industry" Captain ?

"Capelin" Captain Drew

< James Drew, Teignmouth - Newfoundland, for ? Goss >

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Diamond" Captain Corbin

"Nancy" Captain Thompson

"Juno" Captain Cheater

"Spy" Captain Reeks

*****Arrived at Dublin from Antigua, the vessel "Perry", Captain Coughlan.

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessel "Charlotte", Captain French.

Arrived at Barcelona from Newfoundland, the vessel "Minerva", Captain Wise.

Arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"York" Captain Spencer

"Nelly" Captain Todd

Arrived at Newfoundland from Cadiz, the vessels:

"Hartley" Captain Glover

"Concord" Captain Luscomb

"New Phyllis" Captain Stevens

Arrived at Newfoundland from Cagliari, the vessel "Champion", Captain Francis.

Nov 20, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Plymouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Rebecca", Captain Spencer.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Canada, the vessel "Two Friends", Captain Tucker.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "George Galley", Captain Daw.

Arrived at Pool from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Rose" Captain Newman?

"Mermaid" Captain Primer/Pimer

< J. Pimer, Poole - Newfoundland, for J White Sen. >

"Dolphin" Captain Miller?

"Sukey" Captain Penny (Sukey / Susie)

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Endeavour" Captain Coward

"Fanny & Betty" Captain Collingwood

Arrived at St. Andero from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Mary" Captain Mallett

Arrived at Newfoundland from Philadelphia, the vessel "Matty", Captain Doyle.

Nov 23, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Penzance from Dartmouth, the vessel "Vine", Captain Mudge.

*****Arrived at Penzance from Linsworth?, the vessel "Expedition", Captain Giles.

Arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Hooper" Captain Wormsted

"Success" Captain Webber

Arrived at Newfoundland from Topsham, the vessels:

"Exchange" Captain Tollett

"Susannah" Captain Combes

"Lyon" Captain Seahale

Arrived at St. Antonio from Newfoundland, the vessel "Susannah", Captain Green.

Nov 27, 1764 edition.

*****Sailed from Falmouth from Dartmouth, the vessel "George Yard", Captain Codner.

Arrived at Ancona from Newfoundland, the vessel "Martha", Captain Burke.

Nov 30, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork from Cadiz, the vessel "Hanna & Lydia", Captain Brooks.

*****Arrived at Cork from Bristol, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Cowan.

Arrived at Naples from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Lang.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Prince Edward" Captain Martin

"Triton" Captain Barnes

Dec 4, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Mermaid" Captain Street

"Dispatch" Captain Olive

*****Arrived at Cork from St. Martins, the vessel "William", Captain Butler.

Arrived at Crookhaven from Newfoundland, the vessel "William Henry", Captain Davy.

Dec 7, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Falmouth from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Three Friends" Captain Perryman

< John Perryman, Teignmouth - Newfoundland, for Keen >

"Susannah" Captain Coombes

"George" Captain Durell

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Banker" Captain Kerley

"Vigilant" Captain Churchill

"Rebekah" Captain Spencer

< C. Spencer, Poole - Newfoundland, for Samuel Bowden >

"Speedwell" Captain Porter

"John" Captain Whales

< John Whales, ? - Newfoundland, for John Moores >

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Success" Captain Thompson

"Ann Galley" Captain Smith

Arrived at Naples from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Speedwell" Captain Whitewood

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Cleveland" Captain Salmon

"Port Merchant" Captain Gidley

"Amy" Captain Frampton

"Molly" Captain Wise?

"Syren" Captain Sharpham

Arrived at St. Sebastians from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Industry" Captain Hewson

"Lovely Nancy" Captain Green

Arrived at Malaga from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lloyd", Captain Carbery.

Dec 11, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Topsham from Newfoundland, the vessel "Windsor", Captain Hayman.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Two Sisters" Captain Gillingham

"Lloyd" Captain Carbry

"Endeavour" Captain Coward

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain de Carteret.

Arrived at Malaga from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Moore.

Arrived at Philadelphia from Newfoundland, the vessel "Tarter", Captain Reed.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Oporto, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Godfrey.

Dec 14, 1764 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from London, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Phillips.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Champion" Captain Francis

"William Henry" Captain Davy

*****Arrived at Falmouth from Philadelphia, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Daw.

Arrived at Falmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Matty", Captain Doyle.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Sally" Captain Furse

"Billy" Captain Broad

"George" Captain Durell

"Sally" Captain Farr

*****Sailed from Poole for London, the vessel "Parkstone", Captain Reed.

Arrived at Genoa from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary & Ann", Captain Hutchins.

Dec 18, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"William Henry" Captain Davy

"Champion" Captain Francis

"Fanny" Captain ?

"Andrews" Captain Fortune

"Molly" Captain Honeywell

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Seaflower" Captain Bartlett

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"St. Cicelia" Captain Rider

"William & Susannah" Captain Oasley

"Rebecca & Susannah" Captain Wood

"Mary" Captain Monday/Munday

< William Munday, ? - Newfoundland, for Joseph White >

"Elizabeth" Captain Duncan

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Isabella" Captain Carteret

"Sukey" Captain Miller

"John" Captain ?

"Garland" Captain Pearce

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Pike" Captain Pike

< Edward Pike, Poole - Newfoundland, for Pike & Green >

"Mary" Captain Coghlan

"Joseph" Captain Farr

< John Farr, Poole - Newfoundland, for J. White Jun. >

"Betsey" Captain Osman(d)

"Ann" Captain Moore

"Diana" Captain Downer

< William Downer, Poole - Newfoundland, for John Green >

"Judith" Captain Steel

"Charles" Captain Lake

"Rose" Captain Lee

"Jenny" Captain Puddicomb

Arrived at Newfoundland from New York, the vessel "Sally", Captain Durell.

< Thomas Durrell, Poole - Newfoundland, for Pike & Green >

Dec 21, 1764 edition.

*****Sailed from Dover for Dartmouth, the vessel "Charming Molly", Captain Greg(g)

*****Arrived at Cork from Montserrat, Caribbean, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Harris.

Arrived at Cork from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Only Daughter" Captain Purnell

"Fanny" Captain Baker

< ? Baker, Topsham - Newfoundland, for J. Follett >

Arrived at Viana from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hanover", Captain Pittman.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Garland", Captain Ashfield.

The "Elizabeth", Captain Clarke, from Newfoundland for Cadiz, is lost off Barbosa, near Cadiz.

Dec 25, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"John" Captain Hewlett

"Magdalena" Captain Vibert

"Two Brothers" Captain Whitewood

< William Whitewood, Poole - Trinity Bay, for Isaac Lester >

"Amestad" Captain Collins

"Isabella" Captain Dunvier

"Two Friends" Captain Archdeacon

"Pembroke" Captain Glaker

"Three Friends" Captain Fredrickson

"Guernsey" Man of War

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Squirrel" Captain Matthew

"Royal Charles" Captain Studdy

"Antigua Factor" Captain Slack

"True Briton" Captain Williams

"Penguin" Captain Busell

"Mary & Sarah" Captain Rolles

"Adventure" Captain Vibert

"Recovery" Captain Villenauf

Dec 28, 1764 edition.

Arrived at Jersey from Newfoundland, the vessel "Esther", Captain Le Fuurve.

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1765

Jan 4, 1765

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Hero" Captain Pete

"Lamb" Captain Linthorn

< John? Linthorne, Poole - Newfoundland, for Pike & Green >

"Magdaline" Captain Vibert

"Friendship" Captain Haize

"John Galley" Captain Brown

"Dolphin" Captain Kemp

"Charlotte" Captain Phillips

The "Duke of Cumberland", Captain Cox, from Newfoundland for Alicante, ran ashore in Almeria Bay, Spain; and it is feared, both Ship and Cargo will be lost. Captain Cox was drowned, in endeavoring to save his papers.

Jan 8, 1765

Arrived at Naples from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Rose" Captain Lee

"Royal Charlotte" Captain Studdy

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Elizabeth" Captain Dunvier

"Samuel & Dove" Captain Farwell

"George & Edward" Captain Bayley

"Resolution" Captain Newman

Jan 11, 1765

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Rachell" Captain Bartlett

"Only Daughter" Captain Parnell

Jan 15, 1765

Arrived at Weymouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betty & Crown", Captain Russell.

*****Arrived at Barbadoes from Bristol, the vessel "Industry", Captain Baker.

Jan 18, 1765

*****Sailed from Cork for Bristol, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Harris.

Arrived at St. Andero from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hawk", Captain Symes.

Jan 29, 1765

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Bickford", Captain Pitt.

Arrived at Madeira from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Harvey.

Feb 1, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Syren", Captain Sharpham.

Feb 5, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Parsons.

Feb 8, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Topsham from Newfoundland and Oporto, the vessel "Litchfield", Captain Treat.

Arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland, the vessel "Matty", Captain Doyle.

Feb 12, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Falmouth from Carmarthen, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Harris.

*****Arrived at Poole from Oporto, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Parsons.

Feb 19, 1765 edition.

*****The "Race Horse", Captain Harris from Carmarthen for London, is put into Ramsgate, Kent, for shelter.

Mar 1, 1765 edition.

*****The "Charlotte", Captain Phillips from Alicante for Bristol, is put into Milford.

Mar 8, 1765 edition.

*****The "Mary", Captain Coghlan from Alicante for Newry (Ireland) and Bristol, is put into Kinsale.

Mar 15, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Figueras from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Bully.

Mar 19, 1765 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Juno", Captain Cheater.

Apr 16, 1765 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Ireland and Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Chance" Captain Wood

"Speedwell" Captain Davis

*****The "Mary", Captain Coghlan, from Alicante for Newry and Bristol, is stranded near Dundalk, Ireland.

Apr 19, 1765 edition.

*****Came in to Penzance for Milford, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Harris.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"George" Captain James

"True Briton" Captain Williams

< William Williams, Poole - Newfoundland, for himself >

"Rebecca" Captain Spencer

"Fanny & Betsy" Captain Hyde

"Providence" Captain Moors (for Ireland & Newfoundland)

"Vigilant" Captain Churchill

*****Arrived at Cork from Faro, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Collins.

Apr 23, 1765 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Molly" Captain Mundy

"Dolphin" Captain Miller

"Triton" Captain Barnes

"Nancy" Captain Thompson

"Diamond" Captain Corbin

"Endeavour" Captain Cooper

< ? Cooper, Poole - Newfoundland, for Samuel Miller. Samuel Miller settled at Old Bonaventure from Poole. >

"Samuel & Dove" Captain Farwell/Farewell

"George" Captain Durell

"Lamb" Captain Linthorn (for Ireland and Newfoundland)

Apr 26, 1765 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "William", Captain Taverner.

Apr 30, 1765 edition.

Sailed from the Downs for Cowes and Newfoundland, the vessel "Young Catherine", Captain Houghton.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Francis & Elizabeth", Captain O'Brien.

Sailed from Jersey for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Betsy" Captain Barber

"Mary" Captain Mallet

"Postillion" Captain Marett

"Charming Nancy" Captain Winter

"Jane" Captain Syvert

"Orange" Captain Dorey

"Princessa" Captain Le Brocq

"Elizabeth" Captain Bichard

"Defiance" Captain Fiot

"Elizabeth" Captain Jeffard

"Esther" Captain Le Feurve

"Success" Captain Mourant

"Willing Mind" Captain Fiot

"Janny" Captain Snow

"St. George" Captain De St. Croix

"Endeavour" Captain Balline

"Jenny" Captain Fiot

"Neptune" Captain Jeffard

"Nancy" Captain Duheaume

"Magdalan" Captain Vibert

"Tarter" Captain Peldier

"Elizabeth" Captain De Carteret

"Seaflower" Captain Robin

"Endeavour" Captain Combes

"Adventure" Captain Vibert

"Hope" Captain Gifford

May 3, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Plymouth from Benicarlo, Spain, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Lang.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Polly" Captain Spurrier

"Nelly" Captain Higgins

"Active" Captain Seager (for Ireland & Newfoundland.)

Sailed from Cowes for Newfoundland, the vessel "Young Catherine", Captain Otten.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "St. Patrick", Captain Donovan.

May 7, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Liverpool from Poole, the vessels:

"Polly" Captain Snooke

"Ann" Captain Smith

*****Arrived at Poole from Bristol, the vessel "Charming Molly", Captain Riggs.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Prince Edward" Captain Martin

"Spence" Captain Thompson

"Elizabeth" Captain Parsons

"Don Carlos" Captain Blanchard

< William Blanchard, Poole - Newfoundland, for Samuel Miller >

"Endeavour" Captain Henning

Arrived at Poole from Bristol, the vessel "Charming Molly", Captain Riggs.

May 10, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork from Exeter, the vessel "Charles", Captain Snow.

May 14, 1765 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Betsey" Captain Osman(d)

"Spy" Captain Sampson

< Thomas Sampson, for George Milner >

"Unity" Captain Bayley (for Ireland & Newfoundland.)

May 17, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork from Youghal, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Cowan.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Charlotte" Captain Phillips

"Hannah & Lydia" Captain Collins

*****Arrived at Smyrna from Bristol, the vessel "Champion", Captain Richards.

May 24, 1765 edition.

*****Sailed from Cork for London, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Collins.

May 28, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Dover from Dublin, the vessel "Providence", Captain Mayne.

*****Arrived at the Downs from Cork, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Collins.

Sailed from the Downs for Newfoundland, the vessel "Ceres", Captain Gibbs.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "William", Captain Power.

The "Ann", Captain Murray, from Dartmouth for Newfoundland.

May 31, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Dublin from Bristol, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Harris.

*****Arrived at Lisbon from Bristol, the vessel "William & Henry", Captain Carrol.

*****Arrived at Guernsey from Barcelona, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Carey.

*****Arrived at Angola from Bristol, the vessel "Cornwall", Captain Dunscombe.

Jun 4, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Dublin from Bristol, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Doran.

Jun 7, 1765 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"William & Polly" Captain Codner

"Two Brothers" Captain Walker

"Neptune" Captain Lander

"Wareham" Captain Thompson

Jun 25, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Dublin, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Doran.

Jul 2, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Cork, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Cowan.

*****Sailed from Dublin for Bristol, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Doran.

Jul 18, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Kitty", Captain ?

Jul 23, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Catherine" Captain Kelly

"Capelin" Captain Browning

"Judith" Captain Steel

"Joanna" Captain Coghlan

"Mally" Captain Kier

"May" Captain Moore

"Active" Captain Shier

Jul 26, 1765 edition.

Sailed from Lisbon for Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Hall.

*****Arrived at Cadiz from Plymouth, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Lang.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessels:

"Sea Nymph" Captain Mudge

< Exon (sailing port of Topsham) - Ireland - Newfoundland, for Keen >

"Hanover" Captain Pitman

"Tom Cod" Captain Foweraker/Fouracre

< John Fouracre, Teignmouth - Newfoundland, for Keen >

Aug 2, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Topsham, the vessels:

"Sarah" Captain Wicker

"Litchfield" Captain Treat

Aug 6, 1765 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Elizabeth" Captain Hunt

"Triton" Captain Phippard

"Diligence" Captain Wise

"Juno" Captain Cheater

Arrived at Newfoundland from Exeter, the vessel "William", Captain Tucker. (Consider from the sailing port of Topsham.)

Aug 9, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Dover from Labrador, the vessel "Swallow", Captain Bunker.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Cowes, the vessel "Young Catherine", Captain Otten.

Arrived at Newfoundland from London, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Osmond.

Aug 13, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend from Labrador, the vessel "Swallow", Captain Bunker.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Jersey, the vessels:

"Mary" Captain Mallett

"Charming Nancy" Captain Winter

"Orange" Captain Dorey

"Postillion" Captain Marret

"Betty" Captain Barbier

"Princessa" Captain Le Broq

"Defiance" Captain Syveret

"Easter" Captain Le Fevre

"Willing Mind" Captain Fyot

"Jenny" Captain Vibert

"Magdaline" Captain Vibert

"Tarter" Captain Pelgue

"Endeavour" Captain Coombes

"Hope" Captain Gifford

"Jenny" Captain Snow

"Jane" Captain Severet/Syvert

"St. George" Captain De St. Croix

"Nancy" Captain Deheaume

"Elizabeth" Captain Cartwright

Aug 16, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Heightington.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Dartmouth, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Anderson.

Aug 20, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Waterford, the vessel "Speedy", Captain Baker.

Aug 23, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Weymouth, the vessels:

"Bee" Captain Churchill

< Charles Churchill, Poole - Newfoundland, for Bayley & Co. >

"Happy Jennet" Captain Wall

Aug 30, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork from Youghall, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Cowan.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Barbadoes, the vessel "Seahorse", Captain Barnes.

Sep 6, 1765 edition.

*****Sailed from Dublin for Magala, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Dahl.

Sep 10, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessel "Sukey", Captain Penny.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Concord" Captain Tyrrel

"William & Henry" Captain Carrol

Sep 13, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Cork from Newfoundland, the vessel "Belle Isle", Man of War.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Lang.

Sep 20, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Dartmouth, the vessels:

"Molly" Captain Honeywell

"Elizabeth" Captain Line

"Port Merchant" Captain Gidley

"Prussian King" Captain Harvey

"Ann" Captain Hodge

"Josias & Betty" Captain Bonnett

"Phoenix" Captain Sandford

"Olive Branch" Captain Prettyjohns

"Arthur & Betty" Captain Whitney

"Elizabeth" Captain Roberts

"Venus" Captain Parr

The "Triton", Captain Snow of Bristol, from Antigua for Newfoundland.

Sep 24, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Sally" Captain Scott/Skutt from Guernsey

"Adventure" Captain Follet from Topsham

"Charlotte" Captain Perkins from Bristol

Sep 24, 1765 edition.

*****Sailed from Poole for Dublin, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Giles.

Oct 1, 1765 edition.

*****Sailed from Cork for Gibraltar, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Kite.

Oct 8, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Plymouth Merchant", Captain ?

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsy", Captain Osmond.

*****Arrived at Cadiz from London, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Collins.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessel "Rose", Captain Drew.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Oporto, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Whitewood.

Oct 18, 1765 edition.

*****Sailed from Poole for South Carolina, the vessel "Joseph", Captain Farr.

Oct 22, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Dolphin" Captain Hunt

"Elizabeth" Captain Richards

Arrived at Jersey from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Willing Mind" Captain Fiot

"Robinhood" Captain Le Broq

Oct 25, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Waterford, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Lang.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Wolf", Captain Pearce.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Leghorn, the vessels:

"Joice" Captain Leigh

"Rachel" Captain Frederickson

"Fortunate Francis" Captain English

*****Arrived at Oporto from Waterford, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Whally.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Falmouth, the vessels:

"Adventure" Captain West

"Sukey" Captain Body

Oct 29, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Cork, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Cowan.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Dispatch" Captain Hewlet

< James Hewlett, Poole - Newfoundland, for Joseph White >

"Sukey" Captain Miller

< William Miller, Poole - Ireland - Newfoundland, for Clarke & Co. >

"Amey" Captain Frampton

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fame", Captain Auld.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Venus" Captain Parr

"Escape" Captain Cheeseman

"Rebecca" Captain Collins

"Molly" Captain Wise

Sailed from Lisbon for Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsy", Captain Osmond.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Charlotte" Captain French

"Charlotte" Captain Campbell

Arrived at Jersey from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Jenny" Captain Trott/Troth

"Charming Nancy" Captain Winter

Nov 1, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Melcombe", Captain White.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Dispatch" Captain Guibbert/Gilbert.

"George" Captain Daw

"Squirrel" Captain Matthews

"Hereford" Captain Woodhouse

"Dolphin" Captain Anstey

"Kitty" Captain Carey

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Prince Ferdinand" Captain Carbry

"Dianna" Captain Lake

Nov 5, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Seaflower", Captain Bully.

< ?from Bay Bulls?, for Nathaniel Brooks? >

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Betsy" Captain Parsons

"William" Captain Tucker

"Scarborough" Captain Horam

"William & Polly" Captain Codner

"True Briton" Captain Hall

"Ann" Captain Hodge

"Port Merchant" Captain Gedley

"Rebecca" Captain Rolles

"Industrious Bee" Captain Durell

"Prosperous" Captain Teed (out of Dartmouth?)

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"John & Olive" Captain Pike

"Fanny" Captain Newman

< John Newman, Poole - Newfoundland, for Clarke & Co. >

"Adventure" Captain Standworth

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Endeavour" Captain Valpy

"Sally" Captain Skutt/Scott

"Bee" Captain Churchill

"Ruby" Captain Collingwood

"Tartar" Captain Pelgue

"Defiance" Captain Sivert

"Heathcott" Captain Ward

"Aurora" Captain ?

Arrived at Malaga from Newfoundland, the vessel "True Briton", Captain Williams.

Arrived at Valencia from Newfoundland, the vessel "Young Catherine", Captain Otton.

Nov 8, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Diligence" Captain Wise

"Providence" Captain Moores

*****Arrived at Cork from Teignmouth, the vessel "Success", Captain Evans.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Adventure" Captain Foster

"Hero" Captain Poole

"Elizabeth" Captain Richards

Arrived at Barcelona from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Anderson.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "William", Captain Anderson.

Arrived at Jersey from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Nancy" Captain Du Heaurne

"Elizabeth" Captain De Carteret

The "Favourite", Captain Butler, from Newfoundland for the Straights.

Nov 12, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fanny", Captain Quick.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Expedition" Captain Brownscombe

"Speedwell" Captain Davis

Arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jane", Captain Syvert.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Hibernia" Captain Nealon?

"Triton" Captain Keene

"Kitty" Captain Butler

*****The "Friendship", Captain Squerry, from Exeter, is ashore at Highlake, but expected to be got off again.

Nov 15, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Naples from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Lang.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Triton", Captain Barnes.

The "James & Eleanor", Captain Neal, from Boston for Newfoundland and Piscataqua, was lost the beginning of October near St. Mary's, Newfoundland. Part of the cargo and some of the materials of the ship were saved.

Nov 19, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Collins.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Molly" Captain Bartlet

"Joanna" Captain Coghland/Coughlan

Nov 22, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Penzance from Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Friends", Captain Tucker. (Consider the Weymouth Tucker family.)

Arrived at Falmouth from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"William" Captain Smith

"Mermaid" Captain Pimer

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"William & Mary" Captain Carrol

"Tryton" Captain Keene

Nov 26, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Power.

*****Sailed from Portsmouth for London, the vessel "Fauquier", Captain Neck.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Industry" Captain Killet

"Lamb" Captain Linthorn

"Prince George" Captain ?

"Mary" Captain Hall

"William" Captain Randall

"Penguin" Captain Bussell

"Favourite" Captain Butler

"Recovery" Captain Francis

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"John" Captain Brown

"Susanna" Captain Milne

"John & Ann" Captain Thurman

"Rose" Captain Drew

Nov 29, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Jamaica, the vessel "Cornwall", Captain Dunscombe, on the 27th.

Arrived at Plymouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Rebecca", Captain Spencer.

*****Arrived at Poole from Bilboa, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Miller.

*****Arrived at Poole from Alicante, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Anstey.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"William" Captain Smith

"George" Captain Durell

"Mermaid" Captain Pimer

"Endeavour" Captain Green

"Dianna" Captain Lake

*****Arrived at Dublin from London, the vessel "Providence", Captain Mayne.

*****Arrived at Cork from Lisbon, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Collins.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"William & Henry" Captain Carrol

"Triton" Captain Keene

*****Sailed from Lisbon for New England, the vessel "Rebecca", Captain Collins.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lloyd", Captain Forten/Fortune?

Arrived at Figueras from Newfoundland, the vessel "Grampton", Captain Nichols.

Arrived at Malaga from Newfoundland, the vessel "Charlotte", Captain Phillips.

Arrived at Jersey from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Orange" Captain Dorey

"Fortune" Captain Falle

"Recovery" Captain Villeneuffe

"Success" Captain Mourant

The "Nancy", Captain Smith, from Newfoundland, is lost off Figueras.

Dec 3, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth & Nancy", Captain Bartlet.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Lisbon, the vessel "William & Henry", Captain Carrol.

*****Arrived at Exeter from Bilboa, the vessel "Peace & Plenty", Captain Mugford . . . 8

< William Mugford, for Matthew Lee, Exeter merchant >

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Sandford.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Figueira, the vessels:

"Grampus" Captain Pearce

"Susanna" Captain Pitts

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Rebecca", Captain Spencer.

*****Arrived at Lisbon from Cork, the vessel "Thomas & Helen", Captain Carey.

Arrived at Sligo from Newfoundland, the vessel "Prussian King", Captain Harvey.

*****Sailed from Lisbon for Exeter, the vessel "Topsham", Captain Godfrey.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Sisters", Captain Norman.

The "John"?, Captain Harris, from Newfoundland for a Market, is lost at Newfoundland.

Dec 6, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork from Padstow, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Maine/Mayne.

Arrived at Crookhaven from Newfoundland, the vessel "Joseph", Captain Butler.

*****Arrived at Limerick from Bristol, the vessel "Duke of Gloucester", Captain Kelly.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Severn", Captain Moore.

The "Elizabeth & Mary", Captain Pine, from Newfoundland for Figueras, is ashore at that port; the cargo is saved with some damage. (Pynn ?)

Dec 10, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Three Friends", Captain Perryman.

Arrived at Cork from Newfoundland, the vessel "Joseph", Captain Butler.

Dec 13, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Joseph", Captain Butler.

Arrived at Exeter from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Dolphin" Captain Godfrey

"Winsor" Captain Withall

Arrived at Plymouth from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Kitty" Captain Langford

"Resolution" Captain Blackbourn

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Faro Pacquet", Captain Bishop.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessel "Cicelia", Captain Rider/Ryder.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Cooper.

Dec 17, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Perryman.

*****Arrived at Teignmouth from Oporto, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Perryman.

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Prussian King", Captain Harvey.

*****Sailed from Cork for Barbadoes, the vessel "Albany", Captain Tucker.

Dec 20, 1765 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend from Cadiz, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Collins.

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Samuel", Captain Stonelake.

< ? Stonelake, Exon (port of Topsham) - Newfoundland, for Keen >

The "Kitty", Captain Brownell, from Newfoundland...

The "Little Robin", Captain Goodridge, from Newfoundland for Teignmouth, was run down on the 11th, by the "____", Captain Oliver of Guernsey, who saved the Crew and carried them into Guernsey.

Dec 27, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Topsham from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Susannah" Captain Coombs

"Dolphin" Captain Coombs

Dec 31, 1765 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Capelin", Captain Coghlan.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Stockholm, the vessel "Prince Charles", Captain Daw.

*****Arrived at Cork from Bristol, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Cowan.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Bickford", Captain Pitts.

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1766

Jan 3, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Browning.

Jan 7, 1766 edition.

News from Morlaix that on Dec 26, the "Little Robin", Captain (?), was found at sea three Leagues from the Island of Bas, without any living creature on board, but laden with Train Oil and Fish. The Admiralty of Morlaix unloaded her.

Jan 10, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessel "Townsend", Captain Gillingham.

Jan 14, 1766 edition.

*****Sailed from Southampton for Cadiz, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Giles.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Salisbury" Captain Hathorn

"Ann" Captain Maddox

"Speedwell" Captain Downing

"Providence" Captain Whitty/Whitby

"Serviceable" Captain Roberts

*****Arrived at Lisbon from Bristol, the vessel "Little Joseph", Captain Kennedy.

*(See Nov 11, 1763, entry. John Kennedy, (RC), fished for Merchant Keene at Greenspond, Bonavista, 1754.)

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Aguilla" Captain Munns

"Esther" Captain Le Fevre

"Three Brothers" Captain Copleston

"Molly" Captain Hales

"Bilboa" Captain Nicholson

"Polly" Captain Walton

"Exchange" Captain Follet

Jan 17, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Liverpool from Jamaica, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Collins. (Capt John Collins. “The Kitty”, 150 tons, built in 1765, owned by S. Shaw & Co; 12 crewmen. (Lloyd’s Register)—mp)

*****Sailed from Lisbon for Exeter, the vessel "Bickford", Captain Pitts.

Jan 21, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Lisbon from Cork, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Mahony.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Poole" Captain Frost

"Speedwell" Captain Street

< Thomas Street, Poole - Newfoundland, for Joseph White >

Jan 28, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Dublin from Stockholm, the vessel "Maria Christina", Captain Dahl.

*****Sailed from Cork for Exeter, the vessel "William", Captain Snow.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "William", Captain Power.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sea Nymph", Captain Mudge.

Arrived at Spain from Newfoundland, the vessel "Tom Cod", Captain Roberts.

Arrived at Groyne from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Sukey" Captain Lundridge

< Joseph Lundridge, Poole - Trinity Bay, for I & B Lester >

"Speedy" Captain Baker

Jan 31, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Valencia, the vessel "Charlotte", Captain French.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Betson. (Bestone/Batstone?)

Feb 4, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Alicante, the vessel "Joanna", Captain Coghlan.

*****Arrived at Topsham from Ancona, the vessel "Ceres", Captain Gibbs. For London.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Edith", Captain Brooks.

Feb 11, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Alicante, the vessel "Favourite", Captain Butler.

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Warren.

Feb 21, 1766 edition.

*****Sailed from Lisbon for Carolina, the vessel "Little Joseph", Captain Kennedy.

Mar 4, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Carthagena, Italy from Macedonia(?), Greece, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Lang.

Mar 7, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole from London, the vessel "Triton", Captain Barnes.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Polly" Captain Sheppard

"Olive Branch" Captain Prettyjohn.

Mar 18, 1766 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Industrious Bee" Captain Pearce

"Mary & Sarah" Captain Rolles

"Sukey" Captain Penny

"Juno" Captain Morris

"Molly" Captain Bartlet

< J. Bartlet, Poole - Fogo Twillingate, for John Slade >

Apr 4, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork from Nantz, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Collins.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Elizabeth" Captain Parsons

"Expedition" Captain Brownscombe

"Diligence" Captain Wise

"Sally" Captain Pike

"Rebecca" Captain Spencer

"Rose" Captain Moors

Apr 8, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Cadiz from Bristol, the vessel "Tryton", Captain Carrol.

Apr 18, 1766 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Dolphin" Captain Anstey

"Chance" Captain Wood

"Dolphin" Captain Miller

"Vigilant" Captain Churchill

"Samuel & Dove" Captain Farwell

"Nancy" Captain Thompson

"Two Brothers" Captain Whitewood

"Providence" Captain Linthorn

*****Arrived at Waterford from Bristol, the vessel "Joanna", Captain Coghlan.

Apr 22, 1766 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"George" Captain James

"Triton" Captain Cheater

"Cicelia" Captain Rider

"Fanny & Betsey" Captain Hyde

"William" Captain Taverner

"Diamond" Captain Corbin

"George" Captain Durell

Apr 25, 1766 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Francis & Elizabeth" Captain Carey

"Endeavour" Captain Cooper

Apr 29, 1766 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Two Sisters" Captain Norman

< James Norman, Poole - Trinity Bay, for I & B Lester >

"Speedwell" Captain Green

"Thomas & Sarah" Captain Keates

"Samuel & Thomas" Captain Green

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Collins.

May 2, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Teignmouth from the Streights, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Lang.

May 9, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Townsend", Captain Gillingham.

*****Arrived at Madeira from Lisbon, the vessel "Ap. Friendship", Captain Daw.

*****Arrived at Madeira from London, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Wood.

*****Arrived at South Carolina from Lisbon, the vessel "Little Joseph", Captain Kennedy.

May 16, 1766 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Edith", Captain Brooks.

*****Arrived at Dublin from Liverpool, the vessel "Three Friends", Captain Perryman.

*****Arrived at Cork from Chichester, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Cook.

*****Arrived at Antigua from Bristol, the vessel "Catherine", Captain Kelly.

*****Arrived at Theneriffe from Bristol, the vessel "William & Henry", Captain Keene. (This vessel was previously captained by Captain Carroll?)

May 20, 1766 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Don Carlos", Captain Bartlett.

May 27, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Penzance from Cork, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Cook.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Prince Edward" Captain Martin

"Spry" Captain Sampson

May 30, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Weymouth from Sunderland, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Tucker.

*****Sailed from Southampton for London, the vessel "Speedwell", Captain Hickman. (Captain Green out of Poole; a previous Captain?)

*****Sailed from Cork for Milford, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Cook.

Jun 3, 1766 edition.

*****Sailed from Liverpool for Waterford, the vessel "Speedwell", Captain Lane.

Jun 10, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Liverpool from Weymouth, the vessel "Polly", Captain Snook.

Jun 17, 1766 edition.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessel "Hope", Captain Carrol.

Jun 20, 1766 edition.

*****Sailed from Cork for Bourdeaux, the vessel "Pilot of Exeter", Captain Kingdon.

Jun 24, 1766 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Ruby", Captain Collingwood.

*****Sailed from Dublin for London, the vessel "Providence", Captain Mayne.

Jun 27, 1766 edition.

*****Sailed from Cork for Lisbon, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Butler.

Jul 1, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at New York from Bristol, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Browning.

Jul 11, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Dartmouth, the vessels:

"Syren" Captain Sowden

"Venus" Captain Parr

"Speedwell" Captain Downing

"Vestal" Captain Lamb

"Susanna" Captain Reynolds

" ? " Captain Channel

"Molly" Captain Pearce

"Mary Ann" Captain Hutchings

"Arthur & Betty" Captain Whitney

"Industry" Captain Man

"John & Sarah" Captain Eames

"Industry" Captain Bastard

"Ann" Captain Teague

"John" Captain Pearce

"Catherine" Captain Northway

Jul 18, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Topsham, the vessels:

"Susannah" Captain Coombs

"Dolphin" Captain Coombs

"Adventure" Captain Follet

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessels:

"Sally" Captain Pike

"Sukey" Captain Durell

"Cicelia" Captain Rider

*****Arrived at North Carolina from London & Lisbon, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Daw.

Jul 22, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Lisbon from South Carolina, the vessel "Little Joseph", Captain Kennedy.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessels:

"Rachel" Captain Fredickson

"Two Sisters" Captain Norman

"Two Brothers" Captain Whitewood

"John" Captain Brown

"Sukey" Captain Lundridge

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Hope" Captain Smith

"Mediterranean" Captain Heightington

"Dolphin" Captain Hunt

"Concord" Captain Brockway

"Mary" Captain Power

"Joanna" Captain Coghlan

Jul 25, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Virginia from Guernsey, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Carey.

Arrived at Newfoundland from New York, the vessel "Betty", Captain Osmond.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessel "Speedwell", Captain Loader.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Jersey, the vessels:

"Endeavour" Captain Valpy

"Adventure" Captain Vibert

"Magdelain" Captain Vibert

"Nancy" Captain Duheaume

"Recovery" Captain Giffard

*****Sailed from Madeira for Antigua, the vessel "William & Henry", Captain Keene.

Jul 29, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Lisbon from Carolina, the vessel "Little Joseph", Captain Keene.

*****Arrived at Lisbon from Cork, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Butler.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessels:

"Don Carlos" Captain Bartlett

"Endeavour" Captain Cooper

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessels:

"Elizabeth" Captain Walley/Wallis/Wallace

"Hanover" Captain Pitman/Pittman

"Sea Nymph" Captain Mudge

"Samuel" Captain Stonelake

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessel "Lloyd", Captain Fortune.

Arrived at Newfoundland from New York, the vessel "Samuel", Captain Harriot.

Aug 1, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Curacoa from Madeira, the vessel "William & Henry", Captain Keene.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Triton" Captain Keene

"Hibernia" Captain Smith

"Friendship" Captain Brown

"Henbury" Captain Hurley

"William & Mary" Captain Stooke

Aug 5, 1766 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Concord" Captain Brockway

"Ranger" Captain Blundell

< Stephen Blundell, Poole - Newfoundland, for himself >

Aug 22, 1766 edition.

*****Sailed from Cowes for Philadelphia, the vessel "Betsy", Captain Osmond.

Aug 29, 1766 edition.

*****Sailed from Lisbon for Bristol, the vessel "Little Joseph", Captain Kennedy.

Sailed from Lisbon for Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Jenkins.

*****Sailed from Antigua for Curacoa in the Southern Carribbean Sea, the vessel "William & Henry", Captain Keen.

Sep 2, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend from Labradore, the vessel "Labradore", Captain Clark.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Lisbon, the vessel "Little Joseph", Captain Kennedy.

Arrived at Dover from Labrador, the vessel "Luccretia", Captain Folger.

Sep 9, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Cork, the vessel "Francis & Elizabeth", Captain Carey.

Sep 19, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Falmouth from Virginia, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Carey.

Sep 26, 1766 edition.

Sailed from Newfoundland for Vianna, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Pottle.

Sep 30, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Exeter from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Squarry.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Way.

Arrived at Philadelphia from Newfoundland, the vessel "William", Captain Power.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Philadelphia, the vessel "Unity", Captain Bailey.

Arrived at Newfoundland from London, the vessels:

"Scorpion" Captain Wills

"Joyce" Captain Leigh

"Ceres" Captain Gibbs

"Dolphin" Captain Dillon

Oct 3, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Kitty" Captain Browning

"Joseph" Captain Butler

"Judith" Captain Steel

"Brickdale" Captain Griffin

"Sally" Captain Bromley

"Industry" Captain Wheden

Oct 7, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork from Bristol, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Parker.

Oct 14, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Plymouth from Cadiz, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Collins.

Sailed from Lisbon for Newfoundland, the vessel "Vigilant", Captain Purnell.

< R. Parnell, Poole - Trinity Bay, for J. Churchill >

Oct 17, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Leghorn from Bristol, the vessel "Sally", Captain Studdy.

Arrived at Viana from Newfoundland, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Pottle.

Arrived at Malaga from Newfoundland, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Browning.

Oct 21, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Squarry.

Oct 24, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Plymouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "John & William", Captain Allen.

*****Arrived at Guernsey from Virginia, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Carey.

Arrived at Jersey from Newfoundland & a Market, the vessel "Mary", Captain Carall. Carroll?

Arrived at Jersey from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Mary" Captain Mallett

"Charming Nancy" Captain Winter

"Good Intent" Captain Messervey/Messervis

"Expedition" Captain Sebire/Syvert?

Arrived at Newfoundland from Weymouth, the vessel "John & Ann", Captain Thurman.

Oct 28, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "William & Henry", Captain Keene.

The "Henbury", Captain Hurly, from Bristol, is lost in Newfoundland.

Several hard Gales of wind have been this year at Fogo, in Newfoundland, which has occasioned a deal of Damage among the Ship's Boats and Men. And in particular on the 29th of August there were 7 large French Ships, 60 Batteaus, and 260 Men entirely lost. Some with their whole Cargoes on board. Also 2 or 3 Vessels belonging to Poole and the West.

Oct 31, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Dispatch" Captain Hewlett

"Juno" Captain Morris

*****Arrived at Poole from Bilboa, the vessels:

"Prince Edward" Captain Martin

"William" Captain Spurrier

"Providence" Captain Linthorn

Arrived at Newfoundland from Exeter, the vessel "Eagle", Captain Coleman.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Plymouth, the vessel "William & Susannah", Captain Withycomb/Widdicombe.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessel "Ranger", Captain Blundell.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Lisbon, the vessel "Charming Sally", Captain Frank.

Nov 4, 1766 edition.

*****Sailed from Cork for Barbadoes, the vessel "Albany", Captain Tucker.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Charlotte" Captain Wall

"Samuel & John" Captain Rolles

"Adventure" Captain Stainsworth

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Sally" Captain Bromley

"Melcomb" Captain Coward

Arrived at Barbadoes from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann", Captain Murphy.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Boston, the vessel "Charming Sally", Captain Dobell. (Consider Deeble/Double/Dibble/etc.)

The "Friendship", Captain Wood, from Newfoundland to Naples, is lost near Cadiz.

Nov 18, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Lawrence" Captain Wood

"Race Horse" Captain Lang

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"John & Betsey" Captain Pike

"Polly" Captain Broad

"George" Captain Durell

"Rainbow" Captain Lemon

"Endeavour" Captain Cooper

"John" Captain Tucker

" ? " Captain Munns

*****Sailed from Cowes for London, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Harris.

Arrived at Malaga from Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Betsey", Captain Pike.

The "Mary", Captain Jubb, from Newfoundland to Figueria, is lost on the Bar of Figueira, Portugal, and only the Captain saved.

The "Diana", Captain Downer, belonging to Poole, was lost at Newfoundland the 16th, but all the Crew were saved.

The "John & Betsey", Captain Pike, who is arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, in her Passage from thence, met a hard Gale of wind, which carried away her Mizenmast, sprung her Foremast and Bowsprit, and met with other considerable Damage.

Nov 21, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Diamond", Captain Corbin.

Arrived at Jersey from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Baron of Hope" Captain Lemeasurer

"Orange" Captain Snow

Nov 25, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Falmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Capelin", Captain Wood.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Ceres" Captain Beef

"William" Captain Beef

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Lang.

Nov 28, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Cork from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hibernia", Captain Carrol.

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Seaflower" Captain French

< Isaac Bartlett also captained the "Sea Flower", Poole - Newfoundland, for Nathaniel Brooks >

"Charming Peggy" Captain FitzGerald

"Charlotte" Captain Gussney?

"Lloyd" Captain Fortune

"Industrious Bee" Captain Pearce

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Freedom" Captain Henson

"Tartar" Captain Francis

"Samuel & Thomas" Captain Green

"Triton" Captain Cheater

Arrived at Newfoundland from Boston, the vessel "Pitt", Captain Tyler.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Philadelphia, the vessel "Sally", Captain Forsyth.

Arrived at New England from Newfoundland, the vessel "Squid", Captain Roach.

Dec 2, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland & Groyne, the vessel "Resolution", Captain Blackstone.

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mediterranean", Captain Heightington.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessel "Marquis of Rockingham", Captain Baker.

Dec 5, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Rose", Captain Smith.

*****Arrived at Cork from Teignmouth, the vessel "Fanny", Captain Turner.

Dec 9, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Penguin", Captain Bussell.

< ? Bussell, Exon (Sailing port of Topsham) - Newfoundland, for Escott >

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"William" Captain Power

"Weston" Captain Scott

"Good Intent" Captain Pullen

"Prussian King" Captain Harvey

"Success" Captain Carew

"Sarah" Captain Wicker

"Flying Fish" Captain Smith . . . 9

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann", Captain Hodge.

Arrived at Seville from Newfoundland, the vessel "Albion", Captain Sims.

Dec 12, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford from Glasgow, the vessel "Nelly", Captain Munn.

Dec 16, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Escape" Captain Cheeseman

"Prince of Wales" Captain Codner

"Enterprize" Captain Lawson

"Ann" Captain Maddicks/Maddox/Maddocks

"Bickford" Captain Pitts

"Active" Captain Carely/Kearley

Arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Jenny" Captain Vibert

"Nancy" Captain Duheaume

"Magdaline" Captain Vibert

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"John & Thomas" Captain Simms

Arrived at Jersey from Newfoundland & Bilboa, the vessels:

"Success" Captain Mourant

"Elizabeth" Captain Giffard

Dec 19, 1766 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Cork, the vessel "Hibernia", Captain Carrol.

Dec 23, 1766 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Boston, the vessels:

"Neptune" Captain Cazneau

"Sally" Captain Badger

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1767

Jan 2, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Parminter.

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessel "Joseph", Captain Coghlan.

*****Sailed from Madeira for Flores, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Daw.

Jan 6, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Liverpool from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Parminter.

Sailed from Waterford for Dartmouth, the vessel "Prussian King", Captain Harvey.

Sailed from Waterford for Topsham, the vessel "Flying Fish", Captain Smith . . . 9

Jan 13, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Osmond.

Arrived at Kinsale from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Coghlan.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Forsyth.

Jan 16, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Jersey from Bilboa, the vessels

"Jenny" Captain Vibert

"Magdaline" Captain Vibert

"Adventure" Captain Vibert

"Elizabeth" Captain St. Croix

"Nancy" Captain Duheaume

Jan 20, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Coghlan.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Samuel & Mary" Captain Henly

"Three Friends" Captain Webb

"Providence" Captain Whitty/Whitby

"Eagle" Captain Coleman

Jan 23, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Malaga from Newfoundland, the vessel "Marque of Rockingham", Captain Baker.

Feb 3, 1767 edition.

*****Sailed from Cork for St. Ubes, the vessel "Conception Bay", Captain Collins. (“Conception Bay” 150 tons burthen, of Corke, master John Collins, 12 British men, no guns (mp))

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessel "Speedwell", Captain Phillips.

Feb 13, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Tommy", Captain Russell.

Arrived at Madeira from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Cooper.

Feb 17, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from New England, the vessel "Minehead", Captain Giles.

Mar 6, 1767 edition.

*****Sailed from Dover for Cork, the vessel "Thomas & Mary", Captain Hurley.

Mar 13, 1767 edition.

*****Arrived at Madeira from Floris, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Daw.

Mar 24, 1767 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole from Waterford, the vessel "Parkston", Captain Reed.

Mar 27, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Madeira for Cadiz, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Daw.

Mar 31, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "John", Captain Vivian.

*****Arrived at Jersey from Waterford, the vessel "Postillion", Captain Marret.

Apr 3, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Rainbow" Captain Whittle

"Sally" Captain Harwood/Horwood (*Robert Pack wed Olivia Horwood at Poole. Is this Capt Robert Horwood? Sailed “Sukey” in 1776.)

"Dispatch" Captain Hewlett

"Endeavour" Captain Cooper

"Juno" Captain Vincent (John Slade's vessel? Captain Thomas Vincent/Vinson?)

"Lark" Captain Sampson

< James? Samson, Poole - Trinity Bay, for John Churchill >

"Priscilla" Captain Gregory

Apr 7, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Seaflower" Captain French

"Sally" Captain Warren

"Lark" Captain Sampson

"Fanny & Betsey" Captain Parminter

Apr 10, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Molly" Captain Morris

"Betsey" Captain Edmonds

"Polly" Captain Broad

"Polly" Captain Leatly

*****Arrived at Waterford from Topsham, the vessel "Speedy", Captain Baker.

*****Arrived at Waterford from Liverpool, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Parmenter.

Apr 14, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Sukey" Captain Penny

"Sally & Polly" Captain Cheeseman

"Thomas & Sarah" Captain Keats

"Mary & Sarah" Captain Rolles

"Sukey" Captain Miller (*for Ireland & Newfoundland)

*****Arrived at Cork from St. Ubes, the vessels:

"Conception Bay" Captain Collins

"Squirrel" Captain Driscol/O'Driscol

Apr 17, 1767 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend from Ostend, the vessel "Maria", Captain Anthony.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "William", Captain Randall.

*****Arrived at Waterford from Poole, the vessel "Seaflower", Captain French.

*****Arrived at Waterford from Dartmouth, the vessels:

"Diligent" Captain Honey

"Jenny" Captain Codner

Apr 21, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Natty" Captain Bartlett

"Diamond" Captain Corbin

"Triton" Captain Cheater/Chayter

"Betsey" Captain Robins

"Sukey" Captain Miller

*****Sailed from Poole for Bridport, the vessel "Sarah", Captain Read.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Industry" Captain Taylor

"Speedy" Captain Baker

"Devonshire" Captain Williams

Apr 24, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Betsey" Captain Robins

"Vigilant" Captain Churchill

"George" Captain James

"Triton" Captain Cheater/Chaytor

Arrived at Waterford from Poole, the vessels:

"Phoenix" Captain Honeyburn

"Betsey" Captain Edmonds

"Juno" Captain Vinson/Vincent

Apr 28, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Cecilia" Captain Rider

"Don Carlos" Captain White

"William & Betsey" Captain Brixey

"True Briton" Captain Williams

"Betsey" Captain Lundridge

May 1, 1767 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork from Virginia, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Collins. (“Kitty”, 101 tons burthen, of Cork, master John Collins, 9 men, no guns. (mp))

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Barry.

Arrived at Waterford from Teignmouth, the vessel "Bickford", Captain Pitts.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Industrious Bee" Captain Pearce

"Nighthingale" Captain Kelly

"Brothers" Captain Wiseman

"Jenny" Captain Codner

"Industry" Captain Wheedon

May 8, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Parsons.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Hawke" Captain Kemp

"Juno" Captain Vincent

"Betsey" Captain Edmonds

May 15, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"William" Captain Power

"Bickford" Captain Pitts

Jun 12, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Charlotte", Captain Clarke.

Jun 19, 1767 edition.

*****Arrived at Madeira from Cadiz, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Daw.

*****Sailed from Madeira for Antigua, the vessel "Mermaid", Captain French.

Jun 23, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Dartmouth, the vessels:

"Phoenix" Captain Sanford

"Prosperous" Captain Teed

"Josias & Betty" Captain Bonett

"Molly" Captain Land

"Port Merchant" Captain Bayley

"William & Mary" Captain Griffin

"Boreas" Captain Anderson

Arrived at Newfoundland from Topsham, the vessel "Schooner", Captain Wood.

Jul 21, 1767 edition.

*****Sailed from Madeira for St. Michaels, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Daw.

Jul 24, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Hope", Captain Butler.

Aug 4, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessels:

"Tuscanny" Captain Pitman

"Sea Nymph" Captain Mudge

"Active" Captain Casely

< Exon (sailing port of Topsham) - Newfoundland, for Keen? >

"Tom Cod" Captain Roberts

"Samuel" Captain Stonelake

"William & Mary" Captain Griffin

"Boreas" Captain Anderson

Arrived at Newfoundland from Topsham, the vessels "Schooner", Captain Wood.

Aug 11, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Colonel Calcroft", Captain Reeks.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Jersey, the vessels:

"Mary" Captain Mallet

"Charming Nancy" Captain Winter

Aug 18, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessels:

"Betsey" Captain Edmonds

"Ruby" Captain Collingwood

"Sally" Captain Horwood

Aug 25, 1767 edition.

*****Sailed from Waterford for Exeter, the vessel "Hawke", Captain Renouf.

Sep 1, 1767 edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Palliser", Captain Kelly.

Sep 29, 1767 edition.

The "Britannia", Captain Stanforweddle, from Topsham and Lisbon, to Bay Bulls in Newfoundland.

Oct 23, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessels:

"Racehorse" Captain Lang

"Rose" Captain Drew

Oct 27, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Princess Royal", Captain Bromley.

Arrived at Jersey from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Willing Mind" Captain Fiott

"Jenny" Captain Vibert

"Princess" Captain Le Brocq

"Defiance" Captain Dorey

"Elizabeth" Captain Glinn/Glynn

Oct 30, 1767 edition.

*****Arrived at Chester from London, the vessel "Mary", Captain Daw.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Hopewell" Captain Batson/Batstone

"Rebecca" Captain Wicker?

Arrived at the Labrador from Jersey, the vessel "Sally", Captain Howard.

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Content" Captain Keen from Bristol

"Sally" Captain Studdy from Bristol

"William Henry" Captain Carew from Antigua

"Friendship" Captain Stookes from London

"Hope" Captain Smith from Cork

Nov 3, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Juno", Captain Vincent.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Betty", Captain Pike.

Nov 6, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Hartley" Captain Luscombe from Cadiz

"Marque of Rockingham" Captain Baker from Bristol

"Severn" Captain Moore from London

"Hawke" Captain Anstice from London

"Mary" Captain Munday from Bristol

"Squirrel" Captain Mathews from London

Nov 13, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Friend's Adventure", Captain Pile?

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Fanny" Captain Newman

"Fox" Captain Smith

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann", Captain Leary.

Nov 17, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Jersey from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Nancy" Captain Duheaume

"Expedition" Captain Neal

"Mary" Captain Carrol

"Success" Captain Giffard

"Good Intent" Captain Le Visconte

"Postillion" Captain Marrett

"Sally" Captain Howard from the Labrador.

Nov 20, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend from Labrador, the vessel "William", Captain Gill.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "John", Captain Pearce.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Francis" Captain Baker

< ? Baker, Topsham - Gibraltar, for ?Follett of Exon/Topsham? >

"Active" Captain Frampton

Nov 24, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Concord" Captain James

"Lively" Captain Webber

"Betsey" Captain Edwards

"John" Captain Aitken

"Viligent" Captain Sampson

"Rainbow" Captain Edwards

Nov 27, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Mary" Captain Moores

"Susannah" Captain Coombs

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Triton" Captain Cheater/Chayter

"Adventure" Captain Stanworth

"Rachel" Captain Frederickson

Arrived at Alicante from Cadiz, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Lang.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Weymouth" Captain Coward

"Liverpool" Captain Braithwaite

"Mary & Sarah" Captain Rolles

"Carlos" Captain May

"Molly" Captain Elms

"Illustrious Five" Captain Tomkins

"Diana" Captain Montgomery

"Two Friends" Captain Dawson

Dec 1, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Moors.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Elizabeth" Captain Glynn

"Colonel Calcraft" Captain Reeks

Arrived at Messina from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Hunt.

Dec 4, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Cork from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Conception Bay" Captain Collins . . . 10

"Hannah & Lydia" Captain Barry

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessel "King George", Captain Dugan.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Tuscany" Captain Pittman

"Ann" Captain ?

"Betsy" Captain Lundridge

"General Wolfe" Captain Brewer

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"George" Captain Daw

"Salisbury" Captain Hawker

The "Sarah", Captain Thompson, Newfoundland - Ireland, is lost 60 miles Westward of Cork. 25 Passengers & two of the crew were drowned. 2

Dec 8, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Friendship" Captain Stookes

"Weston" Captain Allward

"Plymouth" Captain Pearce

"Sea Nymph" Captain Mudge

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Cecelia" Captain Rider

"Hope" Captain Gleed

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Francis" Captain Inglis

"Dispatch" Captain Hewlett

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Pike" Captain Cheeseman

"Recovery" Captain Carberry

"William" Captain Randall

"Active" Captain Seager

"Port Merchant" Captain Land

"Dampier" Captain Dampier

"Ranger" Captain Blundell

"Weymouth" Captain Coward

"Mary & Sarah" Captain Rolles

"Cleveland" Captain Lewis

"Joseph" Captain Crew

"Don Carlos" Captain White

"Peggy" Captain Boyler

Arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ruby", Captain Parminter.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Susannah" Captain Pitts

Dec 11, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend from Newfoundland, the vessel "Bell", Captain Barnes.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Speedwell" Captain Street

"Pheasant" Captain Brenton

"John & Betsey" Captain Hooper

"Hope" Captain Seager

"Active" Captain Frampton

"Triton" Captain Cheater/Chayter

"Nancy" Captain Thompson

"Rose" Captain Fisher

Arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fortune", Captain Perring.

Dec 15, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Plymouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Palliser", Captain Browing.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Priscilla" Captain Smith

"Good Intent" Captain Messervey/Messervis

Arrived at Naples from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Walley/Wallis/Wallace.

Arrived at Venice from Newfoundland, the vessel "Magdaline", Captain Vibert.

Arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland, the vessel "Recovery", Captain Painton.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Edward" Captain Thompson

"Mary" Captain Forestall

"Endeavour" Captain Braddock

"George & Edward" Captain Bayley

Dec 18, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Ancona, Italy from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ceres", Captain Gibbs.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Gould.

The (?), Captain Bourk, a new Brig, loaded with fish from the Isle of Bois, belonging to Bristol, parted from her Cables in the Bay of Figueira, and went on Shore on the Rocks, outside of the Bar, and is lost. Two Men perished; but about 5 or 600 Quintals of Fish are saved, but all damaged.

Dec 22, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Drake" Captain ?

"Musketto" Captain Gagg

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Prince Frederick" Captain Inglish/English

"Mary" Captain Munday

"Prince of Wales" Captain Parker

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Bickford" Captain Pitts

"Liberty" Captain Pearson

"Britannia" Captain Withall

"Henry & ?" Captain Wood

"William & Mary" Captain Marden

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Polly", Captain Lemon.

The "Betsey", Captain Richardson, from Cork to Halifax, foundered about 300 Leagues to the Eastward of the Grand Bank; the Crew were taken up by a vessel from England, and carried into Harbour Grace.

Dec 25, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Cork from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hope", Captain Butler.

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Endeavour" Captain Greenly

"Largey" Captain Galbraith

"Weston" Captain Edward

Arrived at Naples from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Warren.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessel "Syren", Captain Sowden.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Two Sisters" Captain Norman

"Samuel & Dove" Captain Farwell

"Unity" Captain Bailey

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Cathalina" Captain Webb

"Sukey" Captain Gregory

"Two Brothers" Captain Wiseman

Arrived at Viana from Newfoundland, the vessel "Minehead", Captain Whitborne.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Rhode Island, the vessel "Betsy", Captain Tarrant.

Dec 29, 1767 edition.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Two Brothers" Captain Whitewood

"Liberty" Captain Andrews

A violent Gale of Wind on Dec 3:

- drove the "Susannah", Captain Potts for Dartmouth, on Shore, in Cadiz Bay, but may be gotten off.

- drove the "Adventure", Captain Vibert, with Fish, on Shore, in Cadiz Bay, and likely to be lost.

- The "Two Sisters", Captain Norman, and the "Endeavour", Captain Brown, from Newfoundland, are drove on Shore at Alicante.

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1768

Jan 1, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Success" Captain Gill

"Palliser" Captain Kelly

"Good Intent" Captain Taylor

"Salisbury" Captain Coombs

"Prussian King" Captain Harvey

*****Arrived at Waterford from Figueira, the vessel "Success", Captain Collins.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Triton" Captain Tillman

"George" Captain Brockway

"?" Captain Munn

Arrived at Figueras from Newfoundland, the vessel:

"True Briton" Captain Hall

Jan 12, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Samuel & Mary", Captain Henly.

Jan 26, 1768 edition.

The "Penguin", Captain Hall, from Newfoundland to England, was forced up Bristol Channel. The Ship will be lost, but the Materials will be saved.

Feb 5, 1768 edition.

*****Arrived at Plymouth from Oporto, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Dawes.

*****Arrived at Poole from London, the vessels:

"George" Captain Daw

"John & Betsey" Captain Pike

Feb 9, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Calais from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Babb.

Feb 12, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Plymouth from Cork, the vessel "William & Elizabeth", Captain Snow. (*Captain Snow ported at Plymouth & Cork, plurally.)

*****Arrived at Southampton from Exeter, the vessel "Dartmouth", Captain Phillips.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia, Captain Barry.

Arrived at St. Sebastians from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lark", Captain Gregory.

Feb 16, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Sally" Captain Babb

"Tuscany" Captain Pittman

"Tom Cod" Captain Roberts

"True Briton" Captain Hall

Feb 19, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Cork from Lisbon, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Barry.

Feb 26, 1768 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Madeira, the vessel "Content", Captain Keen.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Limerick, the vessel "Patsy", Captain Parminter.

March 1, 1768 edition.

*****Arrived at Teignmouth from Waterford, the vessel "Jacomina", Captain Prouting. (Consider Prouting - Bulley marriage, 1777, Devon)

*****Arrived at Oporto from Lynn, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Daw.

Mar 15, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Liverpool for Newfoundland, the vessel "Triton", Captain Bradley.

Mar 18, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Baker.

Mar 22, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Bristol, the vessel "Elinor", Captain Keene.

Mar 29, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Poole, for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Priscilla" Captain Sampson

"William" Captain Wilcox/Willcocks/Welcox

"Sukey" Captain Pinney/Penney

"Rainbow" Captain Whittle

"Rebecca" Captain Spencer

< for himself, William Spencer >

"Betsey" Captain Boyle

"George" Captain Daw

"Industrious Bee" Captain Galton (for Ireland & Newfoundland)

"Speedwell" Captain Street (for Ireland & Newfoundland)

"Juno" Captain Vincent (for Ireland & Newfoundland)

"Amy" Captain Du Heaume (for Ireland & Newfoundland)

Apr 1, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Natty" Captain Bartlet

"Sukey" Captain Gregory

< John Gregory, for Lesters >

"Nancy" Captain Cheeseman

"John" Captain Mugford

Apr 5, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Plymouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Peggy", Captain Codner.

Apr 8, 1768 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford from Dartmouth, the vessels:

"Grampus" Captain Hilling

"Isabella" Captain Reynolds/Rennols

"Prussian King" Captain Harvey

"Providence" Captain Pearce

"Arthur & Betty" Captain Whitney

"Molly" Captain Connory

"Ann" Captain Taylor

Apr 12, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Endeavour" Captain Parsons

"Speedwell" Captain Broom

"Poole" Captain Frost

"Molly" Captain Munday

< William Munday, for Mr. White >

"Chilgrove" Captain Cook

*****Arrived at Waterford from Dartmouth, the vessels:

"William & Mary" Captain Griffin

*****Arrived at Waterford from Fowey, the vessel "Palliser", Captain Handley/Henley.

< Edward Henley, London - Newfoundland, for Edward Henley >

*****Arrived at Waterford from Torbay, the vessel "Beckford", Captain Pitts.

*****Arrived at Waterford from Teignmouth, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Pine.

Apr 15, 1768 edition.

*****Arrived at Weymouth from Oporto, the vessel "Rebecca", Captain Tucker.

Apr 19, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Barbadoes from Newfoundland, the vessel "Tom Cod", Captain Edwards.

May 3, 1768 edition.

The "Industry", Captain Satchwill, from Dartmouth to Newfoundland, in his Passage met with bad Weather, which obliged him to lay to for five Days. On Apr 21, the Weather proving worse, she shipped a Sea which carried away her Main mast, one Pump, and everything that stood upon the deck, Men excepted. She being then 383 Leagues from the Start, but is since got into Falmouth.

May 6, 1768 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford from Poole, the vessel "Juno", Captain Vincent.

< Thomas Vincent, Poole - Fogo Twillingate, for John Slade >

May 10, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Samuel & Thomas", Captain Green.

*****Arrived at Cork from Bristol, the vessel "Eleanor", Captain Keen.

*****Arrived at Waterford from Bristol, the vessel "Sea Flower", Captain French.

*****Arrived at Waterford from Dartmouth, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Codner.

May 13, 1768 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork from Barbadoes, the vessel "Three Friends", Captain Harvey.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Betty" Captain Hamlin

"Amy" Captain Duheaume

"Hannah & Lydia" Captain Collins (Captain Barry, sometimes captained this vessel.)

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Peggy" Captain Ryburn

"Jenny" Captain Codner

"Prince Edward" Captain Honeyburn

"Peggy" Captain M'Quay

"Charlotte" Captain Ryburn

"Industrious Bee" Captain Galton

"Litchfield" Captain Treat

"Palliser" Captain Foy

"North Frederick" Captain Spicer

"Arthur & Betty" Captain Whitney

"Hawke" Captain Wise

"William & Mary" Captain Griffin

"Mary" Captain Hurly

"Brothers" Captain Wiseman

"Prussian King" Captain Harvey

"Recovery" Captain Forrestal

"Tartar" Captain Francis

"Ann" Captain Connelly

"Charlotte" Captain Gassney ?Goosney?

"Serviceable" Captain Dench

"Sea Flower" Captain French

< Thomas French Poole - Newfoundland for Mr. Brooks >

"Devonshire" Captain Torrie/Tory

"Lord Stonefield" Captain M'Neil

"Concord" Captain Brockway

"Lockhart" Captain M'Allister

"Bickford" Captain Pitts

"Phoenix" Captain Pine

"Elizabeth" Captain Line

"Venus" Captain Farr

"Palliser" Captain Kelly

The "Good Intent", Captain Messervy, from Jersey to Newfoundland, on the 9th of April, being within 80 Leagues of the Banks, met with a violent Storm at WSW, which threw her on her Broadside, and obliged them to cut her Mainmast to right her. The Storm continuing obliged them to bear away for Europe, and Arrived at Jersey the 23rd of April, in a shattered Condition; with the Loss of her Mainmast, Sails, Rigging, Boats, Cabhouse, Binnacle, etc.; and two Men washed overboard.

The "Hope", Captain Wicker, from Cork to Newfoundland, after being 22 Days at Sea, was forced back, having in a Gale of Wind, her Boats washed away,

four of her Beams broke and made a Wreck of. She arrived at Cork on April 26.

May 24, 1768 edition.

The "Serviceable", Captain Dench (?), from Waterford to Newfoundland, with Passengers, 5 Days out; all well. . . 2

May 27, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "King of Prussia", Captain Carey.

May 31, 1768 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Lisbon, the vessel "Speedwell", Captain Carrol.

The "New Harbour", Captain Heightington, from Bristol to Newfoundland, but first intended for Waterford, when he was obliged to bear away with a hard Gale at N. E. Out for 4 Days, all well.

Jun 3, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Free Bounty" Captain Colborne

"Pike" Captain Cheeseman

"Queen of Spain" Captain Downer

The "Elizabeth", Captain Walley/Wallis/Wallace, from Topsham to Newfoundland.

Jun 7, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Grandson", Captain Crew.

Jun 10, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Portsmouth for Newfoundland, the Man of War vessel "Guernsey", Captain Palliser.

Arrived at Antigua from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Helena" Captain Sherburn

"Abigail" Captain Rolland/Rowland

"John & Sukey" Captain Bruce

Jun 17, 1768 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford from Bristol, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Lewis.

Jun 24, 1768 edition.

*****Sailed for Dublin from Bristol, the vessel "Mary & Ann", Captain Tucker.

Jul 1, 1768 edition.

*****Sailed from Cork for St. Kitts, the vessel "Eleanor", Captain Keen.

Jul 5, 1768 edition.

The "Industry", Captain Taylor of Dartmouth, last from Terceira, bound to Newfoundland.

The "Mercury", Captain Williams from Topsham, to Newfoundland.

Jul 22, 1768 edition.

*****Sailed from the Downs for Cork, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Dawes.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Dartmouth, the vessels:

"Susannah" Captain Pitts

"Syren" Captain Souden

"Prince of Brunswick" Captain Hutchings

"Ann" Captain Teague

"Sally & Polly" Captain Gidley

"Venus" Captain Parr

"Mary" Captain Bastard

< ?Exon (sailing port of Topsham) - Newfoundland - to market, for Keen? >

"Isabella" Captain Reynolds

"Ann" Captain Taylor

"Spark" Captain Mann

Arrived at Newfoundland from the West Indies, the vessel "Tom Cod", Captain Edwards.

Arrived at New York from Newfoundland, the vessel "George", Captain Olive.

The "Sally", Captain Hookey, from Poole; the "Fly", Captain Morcom, from Poole; the "Molly", Captain Hockey, from New York; and the "Tom Cod",

Captain Edwards, from the West Indies are all arrived at Newfoundland, dismasted.

The "Fanny", Captain Newman, from Poole to Newfoundland, is totally lost.

Jul 26, 1768 edition.

*****Arrived at Leghorn from Chester, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Dall/Dahl.

Jul 29, 1768 edition.

*****Sailed from Cowes for Rotterdam, the vessel "Hamilton, Captain Porter.

**********Arrived at Cork from Liverpool, the vessel "Industry", Captain Meany/Mainy/Mayne. (Capt. Mayne oft sailed to and fro, Dublin.)

Arrived at Newfoundland from Dartmouth, the vessels:

"Adventure" Captain Pile

"Prussian King" Captain Harvey

"Elizabeth" Captain Line

"Molly" Captain Bailey

"Olive Branch" Captain Sanford

"Joseph & Betty" Captain Bonnett

Aug 2, 1768 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol from Jamaica, the vessel "Cornwall", Captain Smith.

Aug 5, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Fanny & Betsey", Captain Parminter.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Waterford, the vessel "King George", Captain Dugan.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessels:

"Tuscanny" Captain Pitman

"Sea Nymph" Captain Mudge

< Nicholas Mudge, Teignmouth - Newfoundland - London for Mr. Kean >

"Elizabeth" Captain Walley/Wallis/Wallace

"Drake" Captain Stonelake

"Tom Cod" Captain Coleman

"Margaret" Captain Squarey

< William Squarry, Poole - Newfoundland, for Pike & Green >

"Minehead" Captain Whitburn

"Active" Captain Caseley

The "Resolution", Captain Blackstone, from Teignmouth, was well on the Banks of Newfoundland, the beginning of May.

The "Active", Captain Caseley from Teignmouth, who is arrived at Newfoundland, has received some Damage.

Aug 9, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessel "Apprentice", Captain Fouracre.

*****The "Exeter", Captain Phillips of Exeter, is arrived in the Downs from Greenland, with one Fish (whale) and 400 Seals.

Aug 12, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessel "True Britain", Captain Hall.

Aug 16, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Adventure" Captain Eldred

"Industrious Bee" Captain Galton

"Diamond" Captain Aitken

"Rose" Captain Bartlett

*****Arrived at Cork from London, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Daw.

Aug 19, 1768 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels "Sally", Captain Harwood/Horwood.

*****Sailed from Southampton for Waterford, the vessel "Betty", Captain Gassney. ?Goosney?

Aug 26, 1768 edition.

*****Sailed from Cork for St. Kitts, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Daw.

Aug 30, 1768 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend from Oporto, the vessel "Rebecca", Captain Tucker.

Arrived at Liverpool from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hope", Captain Murray.

Sep 2, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Topsham, the vessels:

"Dolphin" Captain Godfrey

"William" Captain Jackson

"Peggy" Captain Elsom?

"Dispatch" Captain Warren

Sep 9, 1768 edition.

Sailed from The Downs for Newfoundland, the vessel "Severn", Captain Morgan.

Sep 16, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Weymouth, the vessels:

"Bee" Captain Wall

"Illustrious Five" Captain Brett

Sep 20, 1768 edition.

*****Examples here of vessels departing England for the Newfoundland Fishery, but not listed per Lloyd's Lists. Rather, the apparent loss of the vessels instigated their mention in the ships news section of the List.

The "Squid", Captain Bevin, the "Peace & Plenty", Captain Adams, and the "Fly", Captain Newland, of Teignmouth; the "Endeavour", Captain Yabley, of Fowey, the "Leopard", Captain Seville, and the "Sally", Captain Bully, of Dartmouth—all for Newfoundland, are supposed to be lost in a violent Gale of Wind that happened on the 10th of April last.

Oct 11, 1768 edition.

The "Nightingale", Captain Cox, from Newfoundland for Leghorn.

Nov 1, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Robert", Captain Barnes.

Poole the 29th, Oct. The "Robert", Captain Barnes, after loosening her Anchor and Cable on the Banks of Newfoundland by a Gale of Wind was drove off,

and not being able to get in port, the Wind continuing for some Days strong Westerly, they were obliged to bear away the 11th, and Arrived here the 28th of Oct.

The Master brings the following Account. That on the 15th of September last, the "Edith", Captain Brooks, and the "Minerva", Captain Hewlett, both of this Port,

with 13 or 14 other Vessels, were drove on Shore at Bay of Bulls, by a violent Gale of Wind; the former it was imagined would be got off, but the latter lost.

At the same Time, the "Betsey", Captain Boyle, of this Port, was also lost at St. Mary's, and only two of the Crew saved: that the Gale was general on the Coast,

and about 150 Men lost in Boats.

The "Beckford", Captain Pitts, the "Nellie", Captain Towell, the "Samuel & Mary", Captain Henly, the "Triton", Captain Mathews, a Schooner, Captain Cole,

and the "John", Captain Somers, of Dartmouth, were all lost in the Gale of Wind on the 15th of September, besides about 500 Boats, and a vast Number of Lives.

< The "Robert", Captain Marvin Barnes, Poole - Newfoundland, for George Tito >

< The "Minerva", Captain William Hewlett, Poole - Newfoundland, for Mr. Wise >

Nov 4, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Falmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hopewell", Captain Le Visconte.

*****Sailed from Cork for Kinsale, the vessel "Hope", Captain Dahl.

Arrived at Barbadoes from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Barnes.

The "George", Captain Dowling, was lost in the Gale of Wind that happened on the 15th of September, off the Banks of Newfoundland; the Captain and most of the Crew drowned.

Nov 8, 1768 edition.

The "Minerva", Captain Hewlett, lost at Newfoundland, had only 600 Quintals of Fish on Board, a third Part of which is lost.

The "Rebecca", Captain Spencer, was totally lost at Newfoundland, in the Storm of the 15th of September.

The following is a List of the French and English Vessels and Boats, lost or driven on Shore, on the Northern Coast of Newfoundland, the 15th of September, last.

At Redbay on the Labrador Coast, all the Boats lost, Number not mentioned.

At Cape Fear, two French Vessels, with 2000 Quintals of Fish, and 200 Boats lost.

At Canada, four French Ships lost.

Captain Slade's Brig, the Dolphin, is lost on the Horse Island.

Captain Darby, of Bristol, lost his Ship at St. Julians; with all his Boats, and 31 Men.

At Barry Harbour, all the Vessels were driven ashore, but got off again.

The "Molly", Captain Munday, drove on Shore, but got off again.

Nov 11, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Torbay from Newfoundland, the vessel "Pitt", Captain Tracey.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Barbados, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Steel.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Mary & Ann" Captain Tucker

"Marque of Rockingham" Captain Baker

Nov 18, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Plymouth from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Thomas" Captain Marder

"John & Mary" Captain Goodridge

Nov 22, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend from Newfoundland, the vessel "Tom Cod", Captain Coleman.

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Aurora", Captain Bowden.

Arrived at Labrador from Jersey, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Howard.

Nov 25, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Hurley.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Unity", Captain Parsons.

Nov 29, 1768 edition.

Arrived at the Isle of Wight from Newfoundland, the vessel "Rose", late Captain Bartlet.

Dec 2, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Withycomb.

Dec 6, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Jenny" Captain Baker

"Hopewell" Captain Batson/Batstone

"Juno" Captain Vincent

Arrived at Cork from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hannah", Captain Collins.

Dec 9, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann & Catherine", Captain Cowper.

Dec 13, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Rachel" Captain Miller

"Mercury" Captain Pearce

"Escape" Captain Scott

"New London" Captain Trimlet

"George" Captain Daw

"Triton" Captain Cheater

"Prince Edward" Captain Russell

"Molly" Captain ?

"Illustrious Five" Captain Brett

Dec 16, 1768 edition.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Joseph", Captain Crew.

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1769

Jan 6, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Waterford, the vessel "May", Captain Nevill.

Jan 10, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Tuscany", Captain Walley/Wallis/Wallace.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessel "Capelin", Captain Wood.

Arrived at Figueras from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Combes. (Sailed from Falmouth for Topsham, per the Jan 17th, listing.)

Jan 17, 1769 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend from South Carolina, the vessel, "Friendship", Captain Daw.

*****Arrived at Teignmouth from Waterford, the vessel, "Phoenix", Captain Pine.

Sailed from Cork for Lisbon, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Collins.

Jan 20, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas & Sarah", Captain Frampton.

Arrived at St. Andero, Spain; from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Walley/Wallis/Wallace.

Arrived at Malaga from Newfoundland, the vessel "Diana", Captain Farr.

Jan 24, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Severn" Captain Mathews

"Hawke" Captain Anstice

Arrived at Malaga from Newfoundland, the vessel "Marque of Rockingham", Captain Baker.

Jan 27, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Stooks.

Jan 31, 1769 edition.

The "Speedy", Captain Baker from Newfoundland, is arrived at Corunna, after having thrown part of her Cargo overboard, in bad weather.

Feb 3, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Weymouth", Captain Read.

Feb 7, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Joseph" Captain Corbin

"John" Captain Ashburn

"Sea Flower" Captain French

Feb 14, 1769 edition.

*****Arrived at Lisbon from Cork, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Collins.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Josiah & Betsey", Captain Bennett. (*See April 25th, 1769, entry.)

Feb 17, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"New Harbour" Captain Heightington

"Marque of Rockingham" Captain Baker

Feb 24, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Michael" Captain Hines

"Michie" Captain Pine

*****Remained at the Downs for Cadiz, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Dawes.

Mar 3, 1769 edition.

Arived at Lisbon from New York, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Dawes.

Mar 7, 1769 edition.

*****Arrived at Teignmouth from Lisbon, the vessel "Tuscanny", Captain Walley/Wallis/Wallace.

Mar 10, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Vienna from Newfoundland, the vessel "True Britain", Captain Hall.

Mar 14, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Leghorn from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"M. Granby" Captain Baker

"New Harbour" Captain Heightington

Mar 17, 1769 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork from Lisbon, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Collins.

Mar 21, 1769 edition.

*****Arrived at Falmouth from London, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Daw.

*****Arrived at Poole from Alicante, the vessels:

"Sea Flower" Captain French

"Joseph" Captain Corbin

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Margaret" Captain Squarey

"Nancy" Captain Harwood

"Cheesegrove" Captain Rogers

"Polly" Captain Broad

"Samuel & Thomas" Captain Green

Mar 24, 1769 edition.

*****Sailed from Falmouth, for Cadiz, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Daw.

Mar 28, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Baker.

*****Sailed from Cork for Liverpool, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Collins.

Mar 31, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Recovery" Captain Edwards

"Betsey" Captain Clements

"Didoe" Captain Codner

"Dispatch" Captain Flinn/Flynn

"Providence" Captain ?Scre?

"Polly" Captain Davy

"Leghorn Gally" Captain Carrol

*****Arrived at Topsham, the vessel "St. Francis", Captain Butler.

Apr 4, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Molly" Captain Morris

"Robert" Captain Barnes

Apr 11, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Priscilla", Captain Parsons.

Sailed from Poole for Ireland & Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Ranger" Captain Blundel

"Concord" Captain Brockway

"Lark" Captain Simpson

"John & Betsey" Captain Bartlett

*****Arrived at Dublin from Liverpool, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Collins.

Apr 14, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Weston" Captain Aylward

"Betsy" Captain Clements

Apr 18, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Betsy" Captain Lundridge

"Johannes" Captain Vincent

"Mary & Sarah" Captain Rolles

"Sukey" Captain Colborne

Sailed from Southampton for Jersey and Newfoundland, the vessel "Success", Captain Giffard.

Apr 25, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Industry" Captain Carder?

"Conde & Aranda" Captain Tucker

"Justina" Captain Lewis

"Betsy" Captain Marshall

"Dartmouth" Captain Greaves

"Josias & Betty" Captain Bennett

"Ann" Captain Ash

"John" Captain Tucker

"St. George" Captain Graham

May 2, 1769 edition.

A Schooner, Captain Mansfield from Dartmouth for Newfoundland.

A Bylander/Bilander, Captain Dean from Poole to Newfoundland. . . . 11

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsy", Captain Bird.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Speedwell" Captain Coward

"Wolfe" Captain Smith

"George" Captain James

"Sally" Captain Matthews (*for Waterford & Newfoundland)

*****Arrived at Cork from Poole, the vessel "Juno", Captain Vincent.

*****Sailed from Cork for Maryport, the vessel "Assistance", Captain Harris.

May 12, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, vessels including:

"Mary & Jane" Captain Mugford

“Palliser” Captain Kelly

“Juno” Captain Vincent

May 30, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Malaga, the vessel "Isabella", Captain Butler.

Sailed from Spithead for Newfoundland, the "Niger", Man of War.

Jun 1, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Magadore? from London, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Dawes.

The "Minehead", schooner, Captain Michael Boyd; from Topsham for Newfoundland.

June 6, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Polly & Nancy" Captain Spurrier

"Diana" Captain Barnes

The "Severn", Captain Studdy, from Bristol for Newfoundland.

Jun 9, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessel "Molly", Captain Keene.

Dartmouth, June 4. Passed by this Harbour for Weymouth, the "Charlotte", Captain Cooper, who sailed from Weymouth the 29th of March last for the banks of Newfoundland, who, on the 21st of April, at 3 o'clock in the morning, being then about 20 Leagues distant from the banks, the vessel shipped a sea, which carried away their foremast by the board and laid her on her beam ends, which obliged them to cut away their mainmast in order to lighten her, having then 3 streaks of his quarter deck under water, in which condition she continued till the 28th of April, having thrown overboard everything they could come at. She spoke with a vessel from London for New York, which could give her no assistance, the weather being so tempestuous.

Jun 16, 1769 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford from Dartmouth, the vessel "Industry", Captain Stevens.

Jun 23, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Dartmouth, the vessels:

"Ann" Captain Teague

"Ann" Captain Hodge

"Nancy" Captain Pyne

"St. Francis" Captain Tremblett

"Prosperous" Captain Roberts

"Prussian King" Captain Harvey

Jun 27, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "William", Captain Hurrue. (Hurrell?)

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Doyle.

Jul 4, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Mercury", Captain Pearce.

Jul 7, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Don Carlos", Captain Anstey.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Stephens.

Arrived at Newfoundland from England, the vessels:

"Salisbury" Captain Cole

"Elizabeth" Captain Griffin

"Nancy" Captain Pyne

"Phoenix" Captain Pyne

Arrived at Newfoundland from Lisbon, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Griffin.

Jul 11, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "John & William", Captain Akerman.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Molly", Captain Keene.

Jul 25, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Grandson", Captain Lamb.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Neptune", Captain Hardin.

Jul 28, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Naples from Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Sisters", Captain Lemon.

Aug 4, 1769 edition.

*****Sailed from Poole for London, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Daw.

Aug 29, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Collins.

Sep 12, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Penguin", Captain Parsons.

Sep 19, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessels:

"Rose" Captain Drew

"Elizabeth" Captain Squarey

"Ann" Captain Squarey

"Capelin" Captain Wood

Oct 13, 1769 edition.

*****Sailed from Falmouth for Topsham, the vessel "Three Sisters", Captain Chappel.

Nov 3, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Naples from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary & Ann", Captain Hutchings.

Nov 7, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sukey", Captain Colborne.

Nov 10, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Naples from Newfoundland, the vessel "Theobald", Captain Studdy.

The "Niger", Man of War, Captain Wilkinson from Newfoundland, is arrived at Portsmouth.

Nov 14, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessel "Gander Bay", Captain Bromley.

Arrived at Naples from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Race Horse" Captain Lang

< ?Thomas Lang?, for Goss of Exeter? >

"Sally" Captain Pearce

The "Hawke", Captain Bell, after being three weeks on the Coast of Newfoundland, is put into Poole with the loss of her masts.

Nov 21, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Flora", Captain Whitborne.

Arrived at Cork from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Mary Ann" Captain Green

"Hannah & Lydia" Captain Collins

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"John & William" Captain Akerman

"Coronation" Captain Snow

"Speedwell" Captain Cowan

The "Ostrich", Captain Richards from Newfoundland, is put into Baltimore, in Ireland. (Out of Gravesend, per Dec 1st edition?)

Nov 24, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Falmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ostrich", Captain Richards.

Nov 28, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Cleaver.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Triton", Captain Cheater/Chayter.

The "Priscilla", Captain Brockway, from Newfoundland to Labrador, is lost at Newfoundland; the crew saved.

Dec 1, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Cleave.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Tryphena", Captain Brown.

Dec 5, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"John" Captain Sharpham

"Honour" Captain Norris

"Valentine" Captain Nowlan

"Tapley" Captain Owens

"Dawn" Captain Kitchen

"Friendship" Captain Moores

"Success" Captain Gill

Dec 15, 1769 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Figueras, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Griffin.

The "William" of Cork, Captain Harrow, from Newfoundland, with fish, oil, and passengers, was put on shore at Framove? Bay, Dec. 4th, and as it then blew very hard, it’s thought she will go to pieces. (?Tramore Bay?) . . . 2

Dec 19, 1769 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Vienna & Figueras, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Griffin.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betty", Captain Whiteway.

Dec 22, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessel "Olive Branch", Captain Sanford.

Arrived at Liverpool from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Hope" Captain Dench

"Polly" Captain Hunt

Dec 26, 1769 edition.

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dispatch", Captain Flinn. On Dec 12.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dispatch", Captain Flinn. On Dec 23.

Sailed from Waterford for Topsham, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Henley.

Dec 29, 1769 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Teignmouth, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Henley.

The "Sally", Captain Bartlett, from Newfoundland for Teignmouth, is condemned at Vigo.

Captain Prettyjohns, of the "Elizabeth", who is arrived at Dartmouth from Vienna, brings an account of the "Elizabeth", Captain Line, belonging to Dartmouth, a missing ship, being late at Vienna, after a passage of 70 days from Newfoundland.

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1770

Jan 2, 1770 edition.

Dec 17th, Sailed from Cork for Lisbon, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Collins. Put back to Cork, on the 18th.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessel "Samuel & Thomas", Captain Green.

Jan 5, 1770 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Tom Cod", Captain Coleman.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Margaret", Captain Squarey.

Jan 9, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Lisbon, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Collins.

Jan 16, 1770 edition.

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Bryan.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fame", Captain Reed.

Jan 19, 1770 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Mary & Jane" Captain Mugford

"Ann" Captain Payne

"Speedy" Captain Stone

Jan 23, 1770 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Bristol, the vessel "John", Captain Sharpham.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"David" Captain Robins

"Marque of Rockingham" Captain Baker

"Nancy" Captain Harwood

"Industry" Captain Carder

Jan 26, 1770 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford from Portsmouth, the vessel "Penguin", Captain Harris.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Friendship" Captain Penny

"Penguin" Captain Russell

Feb 6, 1770 edition.

*****Put back to Cowes, and remained for Chester, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Giles.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Eagle" Captain Shapley

"Speedwell" Captain Dowing

"Bonny Kate" Captain Pearce

"Wilkes" Captain Pitts

"Salisbury" Captain Cole

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Kennedy.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"King of Prussia" Captain Harvey

"Elizabeth" Captain Lyne/Line

"Aurora" Captain Bowden

"Dolphin" Captain Godfrey

"Spark" Captain Mann

"Lyon" Captian Pinnell

"Capelin" Captain Wood

"Drake" Captain Teed

"Elliott" Captain Elmes

Feb 9, 1770 edition.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessel "John", Captain Tucker.

Feb 13, 1770 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from St. Sebastian, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Griffin.

Arrived at Cadiz from Newfoundland, the vessel "Boston Pacquet", Captain Kennedy.

Feb 16, 1770 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from London, the vessel:

"Conde de Aranda" Captain Tucker

"Diligent" Captain Wood

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Lisbon, the vessel "Bonny Kate", Captain Pearce.

Feb 20, 1770 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Lisbon, the vessel "Eagle", Captain Shapley.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from St. Ubes, the vessel "John", Captain Tucker.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from Oporto, the vessel "Prussian King", Captain Harvey.

Arrived at Alicante from Newfoundland, the vessel "Palliser", Captain Henley.

*****The "Liberty", Captain Russell, from North Carolina, is arrived at Plymouth, who cut away his main mast and threw 150 barrels of Tar overboard in a gale of wind off the banks of Newfoundland.

Feb 23, 1770 edition.

Arrived at Southampton from Jersey and Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Carroll.

*****Arrived at Cork from Lisbon, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Collins.

Mar 9, 1770 edition.

*****Sailed from the Downs, for Calais, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Daw.

Arrived at Bilboa from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Benger.

Arrived at Lisbon from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Ford.

Mar 12, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Waterford, the vessel "Molly", Captain Gale.

The "Filly Foal", Captain Richards, from Newfoundland is arrived at Alicante, with her cargo greatly damaged.

Mar 23, 1770 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Arthur & Betty" Captain Whitney

"Wagtail" Captain Adams

"Active" Captain Littlejohns

Mar 30, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Colonel Calcroft" Captain Barnes

"Molly" Captain Vincent

*****Arrived at Bristol from Cork, the vessel "George", Captain Keene/Kean.

Arrived at Cowes from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elliott", Captain Bowden.

Apr 3, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Horwood.

Apr 6, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Robins.

*****Arrived at Lisbon from Bristol, the vessel "Recovery", Captain Edwards.

Apr 10, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Billy" Captain Liscombe/Luscombe

"Don Carlos" Captain Parsons

"Enderby" Captain Woolfrey

"Endeavour" Captain Marsh

"Endeavour" Captain Blanchard

"Friendship" Captain Sampson

"Juno" Captain Ford

"Polly & Nancy" Captain Spurrier

"Ranger" Captain Blundell

"Sturminster Marshall" Captain Daw

Apr 17, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Escape" Captain Legard

"Dolphin" Captain Mifflin

"Two Brothers" Captain Smith

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Robert" Captain Northway

"Charming Molly" Captain Rennells/Reynolds

"Jenny" Captain Marden

"Elizabeth" Captain Griffin

"Scarborough" Captain Henley

"John" Captain Tucker

"Catherine" Captain Pitts

"Elizabeth" Captain Clay

"John" Captain Sharpham

April 20, 1770 edition.

*****Arrived at Penzance from Portsmouth, the vessels:

"Liberty" Captain Parsons

"Nancy" Captain Giles

*****Arrived at Penzance from Limerick, the vessel "Five Brothers", Captain Garland.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Sukey" Captain Colborne

"Triton" Captain Pimer

"William & Betsy" Captain Moors

May 1, 1770 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork from Waterford, the vessel "Hannah & Letty/Lydia", Captain Naron.

May 8, 1770 edition.

Remained at the Downs for Newfoundland, the vessel "Jersey Pacquet", Captain Mugford.

May 18, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Natty", Captain Brooks.

Arrived at Cork from Cadiz, the vessel "Conception Bay", Captain Sarafield.

May 22, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Royal Charlotte", Captain Johnson.

Jun 22, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Grandson", Captain Gregory.

Jun 26, 1770 edition.

The "Dolphin", Captain Murphy from Waterford for Newfoundland.

Jul 10, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Brown.

Jul 13, 1770 edition.

The "George", Captain Durrell, bound from Poole to Fogo, in Newfoundland is entirely lost on the rocks of Little Fogo and four men drowned.

Jul 17, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Olive", Captain Pike.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessels:

"Jane" Captain Cleaver

"Elliott" Captain Bowden

Arrived at Newfoundland from Cowes, the vessel "Lovely Gatty", Captain Hooper.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Poole, the vessel "Venus", Captain Osborne.

Jul 20, 1770 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessel "Recovery", Captain Edwards.

Jul 27, 1770 edition.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Byron", Captain Parsons.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessels:

"Nimrod" Captain French

"Elton" Captain Heightington

Arrived at Newfoundland from Waterford, the vessel "Mary", Captain O'Brian.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Topsham, the vessel "Peggy", Captain Brown.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Teignmouth, the vessel "Active", Captain Bursell.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Bristol, the vessel "Elton", Captain Heightington.

Aug 7, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Mediterranean", Captain Bromley.

Sep 11, 1770 edition.

*****Sailed from Falmouth for Dartmouth, the vessel "Tapley", Captain Bowden.

*****Sailed from Southampton for Glasgow, the vessel "Betty", Captain Lang.

Sep 14, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Vestal", Captain Harvey.

Sep 25, 1770 edition.

Sailed from Lisbon for Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Barnes.

Oct 5, 1770 edition.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Bonnetta" Captain Jobsley

"Venus" Captain Parr

"Race Horse" Captain Lang

Oct 9, 1770 edition.

Arrived at Oporto from Newfoundland, the vessel "Portland", Captain Pitt.

Oct 23, 1770 edition.

The "Colonel Calcroft", Captain ?, is lost near Trepassy in Newfoundland.


Endnotes:

  1. 1.
    (Oct, 1760. Vessel “William”, Capt. Thomas Anstey. 200 Tons / 16 Men / 6 Guns, St. John’s – Alicante. 1700 Quintals / 2 Passengers.)

    (1762. Lester Diary. Capt. Thomas Anstey left Bonavista in the “William”, for England; when the French came.)

    2.
    Jun 2, 1761; Jan 25, 1763; Dec 4, 1767; May 24, 1768 and Dec 15, 1769; are examples of Passengers in the Newfoundland Fishery.

    3.
    Feb 5, 1762 entry.

    *Given the time frame, this quantity of Salmon had to have come from North of Bonavista? ?Captain Payne for John Carter & Co. at Fogo?

    4.
    Aug 17 1762 entry.

    French attack. English Prisoners from St. John's in Newfoundland, are arrived at Plymouth.

    5.
    Aug 9, 1763 entry.

    Extracted from the Christchurch, Hampshire; Parish register:

    Baptism: Jan 13, 1764. Thomas, son of Joseph Sharpe from Newfoundland, of England. Old when baptized.

    6.
    Nov 29, 1763 entry.

    Captain Thomas Crew, of Sturminster Newton & Poole, Dorset; Trinity Bay & Bonavista, Newfoundland; and Poole, Dorset. Thomas captained Poole – Trinity Bay for Poole Quaker, Joseph White. Later Thomas Captained to Bonavista. Still later, being older, Thomas remained at Poole. Then having achieved greater merchant status at Poole.

    7.
    Jul 27, 1764 entry.

    The Kelly family held a centuries’ long tradition of voyaging between seaports like Cork, Waterford, Limerick, Dublin, Bristol, Newfoundland, codfish markets, etc. (Consider John Kelly at Kelly’s Island, Conception Bay, 1708. With John Butler & Richard Bullock.)

    8.
    Dec 3, 1765 Mugford entry.

    Nov 15, 1763 edition, provides: "Peace & Plenty", Captain Andrews, out of Cowes, for Spain.

    May 11, 1764 edition provides: "Peace & Plenty”, Captain Mugford, at Cowes from Chichester.

    1764. ”Peace & Plenty”, Captain N. Pearce, Cowes to Corunna. 30 Tons/5 Men.

    Jul 31, 1764 edition provides: "Peace & Plenty", Captain Mugford, at Cowes from Corunna.

    Sep 20, 1768, edition provides: "Peace & Plenty", Captain Adams, of Teignmouth for Newfoundland.

    9.
    Dec 9, 1766 entry. See the Jan 6, 1767 entry.

    Also: the Dec 8, 1741, edition entry. (Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, on Dec 5; the vessel "Flying Fish", Captain Butler.)

    10.
    Dec 4, 1767 entry. John Collins out of Cork, at Conception Bay.

    John Collins was a resident of Cove of Cork (modern day Cobh) from at least the early 1760s until 1791. (Originally a small fishing village, Cove, on the south side of Great Island in Cork Harbour, was described by the historian Dr. Charles Smith in 1750 as being “inhabited by seamen and revenue officials.) Collins’ daughter married John Roche, Jr., at Cove in April 1781; at the time of her marriage she was described as “an agreeable young lady with a handsome fortune.” (Hibernian Chronicle, April 30, 1781.)

    Captain Collins was the owner and master of the “Hannah and Lydia”, an 80-ton brig, built in New England in 1760, repaired in 1774 and 1776, rebuilt in 1767, and renamed the “Ann” in 1780. The “Hannah and Lydia” was E grade, with E grade denoting a second-class vessel, third quality repairs. (Lloyd’s Register). The brig was designed entirely for the Newfoundland trade. She typically sailed with a crew of seven to nine men and carried passengers, including fishermen, shoremen, and youngsters, to Newfoundland annually and off loaded fish at the south European markets on the way home. She serviced both Carbonear and Harbour Grace.

    Collins’s agent was Timothy Hurly, ship chandler and spirit merchant, of the Coal-quay, Cork (Corke Journal, April 1765). There is also evidence of Hurly in Newfoundland as agent for a Mrs. McCarty (a complaint was made by William Fling against Hurly as McCarty’s agent in 1769—Harbour Grace court records). He was probably the Timothy Hurly, merchant, Cork City, who died in 1805. (Prerogative Wills of Ireland.)

    John Collins, who promised his passengers “the best Accommodations of every kind, and the Kindest Treatment from the Captain” (Corke Journal, April 1765), occupied a ships room at Harbour Grace for a period of time (O’Heron case, 1766, Harbour Grace). It is possible that in some years he had a room at Carbonear.

    As well, he appears to have been acquainted with Trinity, northwest of Harbour Grace and Carbonear. According to Keith Matthews Name Files, information extracted from the Lester Diaries shows that a Captain Collins (no first name given) “arrived Trinity from Carbonear in a boat”, June 25, 1767. It is almost certain this is John Collins, who, as noted elsewhere in this document, had taken the “Conception Bay” to Newfoundland that year. See entries for “Conception Bay” above: Feb 3 1767—sailed from Cork to St. Ubes; Apr 14 1767—arrived at Cork from St. Ubes; Nov 20 1767—left Newfoundland from Cork*; and Dec 4 1767—arrived Cork from Newfoundland. (*This entry was taken from Keith Matthews Name Files, extracted from Lloyd’s List). (Also of interest is that the crossing above, from Newfoundland to Cork, took 14 days. It’s not known if the weather was favourable.)

    Captain Collins was active in the marine trade for at least three decades—1760s, 1770s, 1780s (Lloyd’s Lists). The “Hannah and Lydia” was launched in the spring of 1765, as per John’s advertisement in the Corke Journal lauding his “new stout Vessel, and remarkable fast Sailor”. Prior to this time—and indeed sometimes after—he is confirmed as being the captain of the “Conception Bay” (150 tons burthen, of Corke) and “William” (40 tons burthen, of Cork) and may have commanded others (“Royal Charlotte”? “Dolphin”?). In addition, he sailed the “Kitty” in 1766 (owned by S. Shaw & Co.) and again in 1788 (owned by Henry Shea). (Lloyd’s List) (Shaw and Shea may have been the same family.)

    John Collins was associated with Captains Barry (a Great Island, Cork name), Rigan/Regan (Morgan), Green (William), Brooke, and Naron, all of whom sailed the “Hannah and Lydia” for him. He was probably also associated with (or at least knew) Captain Patrick Collins, who sailed the “Kitty” on behalf of Shea in the late 1780s (Keith Matthews Name Files). (Question: Was Patrick connected to Patrick Collins of Bay de Verde (Plantation Records, 1805)? Note that a generation later there was a Captain James Collins of Bay de Verde, master of the “Benjamin”, which was captured by the Americans during the War of 1812—A History of American Privateers, Edgar Stanton Maclay).

    Captain Collins remained at Cove until at least 1791. At that time he placed an advertisement in the Hibernian Chronicle: “To be let, a commodious house at West Passage, in the Great Island, pleasantly situated for Sea Bathers during the Season, for a long term of years as may be agreed upon, with some Lands. Application to be made to Captain Collins at Cove.” Whether this means he decided to vacate Great Island altogether (both Cove and West Passage) isn’t currently known.

    (Footnote 10 added by Marilyn Pilkington.)

    Harbour Grace Burials 9 Jul [1783?] Ann Collins, wife to John Collins, Harbour Grace.

    11.
    May 2, 1769 entry.

    *Bilander, Barque, Brig, Bomb Ketch, Coaster, Collier, Dogger, Fireship, Frigate, Galley, Galliott, Lugger, Ketch, Man of War, Pinnacle, Schooner(distinguish Sack Ship vs Fishing Ship, re: early Newfoundland Fishery interests), Sallatine, Ship, Ship’s boats, Sloop, Snow, Transport.


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