1771 & 1780 Voyages, to and from Newfoundland

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1771 - 1780 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.


1771

Jan 8, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Illustrious Five", Captain Tomkins.

Jan 11, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Gibraltar, from Althea/Aliea?, the vessel "Grandson", Captain Daw. *Out of Poole.

Jan 15, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Stangate Creek, from Alicante, the Poole, Dorset vessels/captains: "John & William", Akerman; "Grandson", Daw; "Don Carlos", Parsons.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Francis", Captain Baker.

*(Captains Baker voyaged to Newfoundland in this decade, from Bristol, Exeter/the sailing port of Topsham, and Poole.)

Jan 29, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Palliser", Captain Henley.

Feb 1, 1771 edition.

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

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Falmouth, the vessel "John", Captain Tucker. *Out of Dartmouth, plurally.

Arrived at Figuera, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Penguin", Captain Tucker.

(*"Penguin", out of Teignmouth, plurally. *Captain Bussell also captained a vessel named "Penguin". *Consider Tucker & Port de Grave.) . 1

*****Arrived at Jersey, from Alicante, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Vibert.

Feb 5, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Portland Road, from Cadiz, the vessel "Illustrious Five", Captain Tomkins. *Bret(t) also captained this vessel, out of Weymouth.

Feb 8, 1771 edition.

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

Feb 12, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Barbados, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Holetown", Captain Baker.

*****Sailed from Waterford for Liverpool, the vessel "Little Betty", Captain Mugford. *Out of Liverpool?

Feb 19, 1771 edition.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for St. Andero, the vessel "John", Captain Tucker.

Feb 22, 1771 edition.

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

*****Arrived at Cork, from Exeter, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Bowden.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Bristol, the vessel "Francis", Captain Butler. *Note the Oct 15, 1771 entry.

Mar 5, 1771 edition.

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

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from London, the vessel "Ashburton", Captain Tapley. . . . . . . . 1

Mar 8, 1771 edition.

Arrived at South Carolina, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Charlotte", Captain Baker. *Out of Bristol.

Mar 12, 1771 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Horwood.

Mar 19, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at the Grenades, from Africa, the vessels/captains: "Amelia", Dunscombe; and the "Betsey", Madge.

Mar 22, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Cork, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Elizabeth", Prettyjohn; and the "Favourite", Mennels.

*****Arrived at Cork, from St. Ubes, the vessel "Conception Bay", Captain Donovan.

Mar 26, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from South Carolina, the vessel "Charlotte", Captain Baker.

Sailed from Poole for Ireland and Newfoundland, the vessel "Pelican", Captain Hancock.

Mar 29, 1771 edition.

*****The "George", Captain Keen, from Malaga for Bristol, is drove into Dingly Bay, in Ireland; dismasted and otherwise much damaged.

Apr 2, 1771 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Poole", Captain Widdecombe.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Little Betty", Captain Mugford.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for London, the vessel "Ashburton", Captain Tapley.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Guernsey, the vessel "George", Captain Wilcox.

Apr 5, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Cowes, the vessel "Success", Captain Ford.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Guernsey, the vessel "Ann", Captain Bird. *Thomas Burd wed Ann Pinson, Apr 13, 1771, at Ipplepen. Labrador voyages for Andrew Pinson.

Sailed from Dartmouth, for Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Grace", Captain Bowden.

Apr 9, 1771 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth, for Newfoundland, the vessel "Josias & Betty", Captain Heath.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth from Dartmouth, the vessel "Ashburton", Captain Tapley.

Apr 12, 1771 edition.

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

Apr 16, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Bristol, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Bromley.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Horwood.

Apr 19, 1771 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "William & Mary", Griffin; "Two Brothers", Griffin; "Elizabeth", Clay. . 1

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Ostend, the vessels "Swan", Captain Bryant.

*****Arrived at Malaga, from Zant, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Daw. *Out of London.

Apr 26, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Cadiz, the vessel "Francis", Captain Butler.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Sturminster Marshall", Captain Daw. *Out of Poole.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Torbay, the vessel "Palliser", Captain Henley.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Griffin.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Nancy", Bromley; and the "Racehorse", Drew.

May 3, 1771 edition.

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

May 7, 1771 edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Robert", Captain Barnes.

May 10, 1771 edition.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Milford, the vessel "Tapley", Captain Follett.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Hopewell", Captain Ricketts.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Poole, the vessel "Samuel & Dove", Captain Rowles. *Surname often spelt Rolls, as for a Poole Quaker family.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hannah & Lydia", Green; "Palliser", Henley; "Two Brothers", Griffin; "Triton", Cheater.

May 14, 1771 edition.

Sailed from the Downs for Newfoundland, the vessel "Amity", Captain Mugford. *Consider Mugford's Tickle, Labrador.

May 21, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole from Amsterdam, on the 18th, the vessel "Swallow", 170 Tons, Captain Thomas Anstey. For Lesters?

(*Vessel Swallow, 1771. March 21, Falmouth from South Carolina. April 6, Plymouth from S. Carolina. Apr 10, Poole from S. Carolina.

April 27, Poole to Rotterdam. June 19, Poole - Newfoundland. November, at San Sebastian, from Newfoundland. )

May 28, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from London, the vessel "Ashburton", Captain Tapley.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Jersey, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Horton.

Jun 7, 1771 edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Golden Fleece", Captain Duncan.

Jun 14, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Milford, the vessel "Tapley", Captain Bowden. *Surname Bowden associated with Whiteway, Hingston, Gibbs, Rowe, etc.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Samuel & John", Captain Rolles. *Rolls/Rolles/Rowles/?

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

Jun 18, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Milford, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Furneaux.

Jun 21, 1771 edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Duke of Cumberland", Captain Passmore.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Betty", Benger; and the "Phoenix", Lang.

*****Sailed from Waterford for London, the vessel "Success", Captain Hingston.

Jul 5, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Milford, from Exeter, the vessels/captains: "John & Mary", Horton; and the "Tapley", Bowden.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for London, the vessel "Ashburton", Captain Tapley.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Blessings", Captain Wood.

Jul 9, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Olive", Captain Pike.

Jul 12, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Setubal, the vessel "Active", Captain Littlejohn.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessels:

"Polly" Captain Clements

"Harbour Grace" Captain Heightington

"Nancy" Captain Bromley

Jul 16, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Harwood.

The "Agnes", Captain Wormwell, loaded with Oil, was lost on the Coast of Labrador, in October last. *Out of London?

Jul 19, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland the vessels:

"Friendship" Captain Dowson from London and Seville. *Dawson/Daws

"Jane" Captain Cleave from Teignmouth *Cleave/Clay, voyaged generally from Teignmouth, Dartmouth, and Jersey.

"Elliott" Captain Bowden from Teignmouth

"Amelia" Captain Bickford from Teignmouth

"Penguin" Captain Tucker from Figuera

"Apprentice" Captain Elmes from Liverpool

Jul 26, 1771 edition.

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

"Countess of Mexborough" Captain Maine/Mayne. *Mayne oft sailed, "Out of Dublin", Liverpool to Dublin, etc.

"Endeavour" Captain Mayne

*****Liverpool to Dublin was a safer voyaging route for English vessels/bottoms wishing to evade foreign privateers than the English Channel.

*****Voyage costs could be reduced by the number of Guns/Men; and the chance of a safe arrival in Port generally increased.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Emsworth, the vessel "Industry", Captain Harris.

Arrived at Newfoundland the vessels:

"Penguin" Captain Bussell from Teignmouth

"Amy" Captain Burton from Poole

"Patsey" Captain Codner from Poole

Arrived at Fogo, from Labrador, the vessel "Dispatch", Captain Riordan. *Out of Cork?

Aug 2, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Jersey, the vessels/captains: "Magdalen", Vibert; "Good Intent", Messervey/Messervis; and the "Jenny", Durel.

*****(Thomas Durrell, a Sturminster Newton, Dorset businessman, migrated to the Island of Jersey and had Newfoundland interests. )

*****(Sarah Messervis witnessed the 1712 Will of Edmund Moors of Hinton, Christchurch, Hampshire. Grandfather to John Moors, who settled at Twillingate, Newfoundland.)

Aug 13, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend, from Labrador, the vessel "Agnes", Captain Wormwell.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from London, the vessel "Generous Friends", Captain Dowson/Dawson/Dawes.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessel "Byron", Captain Carrol.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Jersey, the vessel "Mary", Captain Carrel.

The "Agnes", Captain Wormwell, that was stranded at Labrador, has been weighed up and is Arrived in the Downs, with the greatest part of her Cargo.

Aug 16, 1771 edition.

Arrived at New York, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Harbour Grace", Captain Heightington.

Aug 20, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Flora", Captain Whitburn.

Aug 23, 1771 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Concord", Captain James.

Sep 10, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth from London, the vessel "Ashburton", Captain Hatton. *Captains Tapley and Curtis also captained this vessel.

*****Arrived at Cowes, from Cork, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Carrol.

Sep 13, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Petersburg, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Generous Friends", Captain Knox.

Sep 17, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from London, the vessel "Three Brothers", Captain Cartwright.

Sep 24, 1771 edition.

Arrived at St. Andero, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Carrol.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Bristol, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Mayne.

Oct 8, 1771 edition.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Exon, the vessel "Samuel", Captain Lang.

Oct 11, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Lymington, from London, the vessel "Salisbury", Captain Kitcher/Kittier. *Kittier saile this route for years, if not decades.

*****Arrived at Salerno, from Topsham, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Grant.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from London, the vessel "Golden Fleece", Captain Duncan.

Oct 15, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Cadiz, the vessel "Leghorn Galley", Captain Carrol.

*****The "Francis", Captain Butler, from Cadiz to Bristol, took fire at Sea the 15th Ult. off Cape St. Mary's and burnt to the water's edge; the crew saved.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for London, the vessel "Ashburton", Captain Curtis.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "William", Captain Wilcox/Wellcocks.

Oct 18, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Topsham, from London & Malaga, the vessel "Rebekah", Captain Tucker. *Quaker Tucker family of Weymouth?

*****Sailed from Lymington for Jersey, the vessel "Mary", Captain Pike.

Arrived at Madeira, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Major.

Oct 25, 1771 edition.

The "Jenny", Captain Durel/Durrell, belonging to the Isle of Jersey, has been run down and sunk by a ship on the Banks of Newfoundland; the crew saved.

Oct 29, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hopewell", Captain Edwards.

Nov 5, 1771 edition.

Arrived at St. Lucar, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Generous Friends", Captain Downs. *Note the Aug 13, 1771, entry. *Dawson/Dawes.

Nov 8, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Rebekah", Spencer; and the "Triton", Smith.

*****Arrived at Cork, from St. Ubes, the vessel "Conception Bay", Captain Donovan.

Nov 12, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "John & William", Captain Akerman.

Nov 15, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Waterford, the vessel "John", Captain Coughlan.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Palliser", Kelly; & the "Hero", Harvey.

Arrived at Barcelona, from Cadiz & Newfoundland, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Lang.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessel "Mediterranean", Captain Jenkins.

Nov 19, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Lymington, from London, the vessel "Friends Goodwill", Captain Badcock. *Sailed this route for years.

*****Arrived at Poole, from the Downs, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Daw.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Durel/Durrell/Dorrill.

Nov 26, 1771 edition.

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

*****Arrived off Dartmouth, from Philadelphia, the vessel "Mary & Elizabeth", Captain Sparkes.

Arrived at Torbay, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Peggy", Mudge; and the "Joanna & Agnes", Bully.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Otter", Captain Brinton/Brenton.

Arrived at Vienna, from Newfoundland, the vessel "John", Captain Tucker.

The "Trial", Captain Moon, was lost in September last off Fogo, in Newfoundland.

Nov 29, 1771 edition.

The "Palliser", Captain Brown, sailed from Waterford on Apr 28, last, with Passengers and Provisions for Newfoundland; and has not since been heard of.

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

Dec 3, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Clay.

Arrived at Citta Vechia, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Joseph", Captain Crew. *Thomas Crew, for Joseph White.

Dec 6, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Cork, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Green.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Elizabeth", Squarey; and the "Triton", Withycombe.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Youghall, the vessel "Flying Fish", Captain M'Carthy. (*Note the Nov 24, 1775 edition entry. )

*****1761 & 1770 Voyages, to and from Newfoundland (*See endnote # 9, for vessel Flying Fish. )

Dec 10, 1771 edition.

*****Arrived at Oporto, from Topsham, the vessel "Content", Captain Ward.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Harbour Grace", Captain Ward.

Dec 17, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Tapley.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fame", Captain Collings/Collins.

*****Arrived at Teignmouth, from Ostend, the vessel "Newton", Captain Brine/Bryan.

The "Nancy", Captain Bromley, from Newfoundland to Bristol, is lost at Milford.

Dec 20, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Malaga on the 20th, from St. John's, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

Arrived at Malaga on the 18th, from Harbour Grace, the vessel "Salisbury", Captain Hawker.

Dec 24, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sparke", Captain Reeves.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Cork, the vessel "Vestal", Captain Harvey.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "True Britton", Captain Hooper.

Dec 27, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Grandson", Captain Daw.

Dec 31, 1771 edition.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Coronation", Captain Snow.

The "Scarborough", Captain Henley, from Newfoundland, is put into Galway in Distress, laden with Oil, and it is thought will be condemned.

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1772

Jan 3, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Martha", Captain Evans.

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

Arrived at Malaga, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Expedition", Captain Carroll.

Jan 10, 1772 edition.

****Arrived at Dartmouth on the 3rd, from Newcastle, the vessel "Samuel", Captain Lang. Sailed for Exon on the 4th.

Jan 14, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Genoa, from Exeter, the vessel "Minerva", Captain Tucker.

Arrived at Naples, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Cartrett/Cartwright.

On the 10th Ultimo, the "Margaret", Captain Thrasher, bound from Newfoundland to Poole, struck against one of the Scilly rocks and split in half.

All the crew perished except two, who were driven upon the rock and remained there three days, before they could get assistance.

Jan 24, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend, from Newfoundland and St. Andero, the vessel "Mary", Captain Carroll.

*****Arrived at Penzance, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Mary & Elizabeth", Captain Ellsworth.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Carmarthen, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Maine.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland and St. Andero, the vessel "Mary", Captain Correl.

Feb 11, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hannah", Captain Paine.

Arrived at Vienna, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Two Brothers", Griffin; "Thomas", Baker; and the "St. George", Graham.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Cork, the vessel "Lydia & Ann", Captain Green.

Feb 28, 1772 edition.

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

*****John Gibbs of Topsham, Mariner, bequeaths his 1/2 share in the brigantine "Ceres"... Will dated June 22, 1773. Proved Nov 3, 1778.

*****John Gibbs, son of Abraham Gibbs of Topsham, by Mary Lyle his second wife. PCC_1779.

*****1779. Elizabeth Gibbs of Topsham, Widow. Her property includes the Brigantine "Ceres".

*****Consider Hingston, Whiteway - vessel "Ceres", Bowden, & Row(e), at Shaldon_Teignmouth.

Mar 3, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Vienna, the vessel "Active", Captain Littlejohn.

Mar 10, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Boston, the vessel "Juno", Captain Tucker.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Cagliari, the vessel "Joice", Captain Lee/Leigh.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Topsham, the vessel "Fly", Captain Ward.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Bristol, the vessel "Christopher", Captain Butler.

Mar 27, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Ponte Vedra, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Griffin.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Torbay, the vessel "Betsy", Captain Tapley.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Two Sisters", Captain Pitt.

Mar 31, 1772 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "William & Betty", Captain Moors.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from St. Ubes, the vessel "St. George", Captain Graham.

Apr 3, 1772 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Mary", Captain Daw. *The normal voyage for this vessel was Poole - London.

Apr 7, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Dunkirk, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Lang.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Teignmouth, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Lang.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "John", Tucker; "Polly", Efford; "Eagle", Shapley; "Active", Littlejohn; "Dolphin", Gale; "Elizabeth", Clay. *Consider Clay/Cleave/Clive. *In Newfoundland consider Clay/Cleeve/Cleefe/Cliff/Clift.

Apr 14, 1772 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann", Captain Thomas Bird/Burd, for Andrew Pinson.

Apr 24, 1772 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Duck" Captain Saunders *?For John Slade?

"Rebecca" Captain Spencer

"Amy" Captain Burton

Apr 28, 1772 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Polly", Captain Ledgard. *Kemp_Welsh_Legard_Gosse_Fryer_Pack, etc.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Pinson", Codner; "Two Brothers", Griffin.

May 5, 1772 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Alicante and Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth & Mary", Captain Towell.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Cadiz, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Green.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Lisbon, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

May 8, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Carmarthen, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Clements. *Did Harris captain for Clements and Danson, per this listing?

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Southampton, the vessel "Provident", Captain Goss. *Squarry_Tucker_Tapley_Pitts_Goss_Drew_Lang_Butler, etc.

*****Sailed from Waterford for Teignmouth, the vessel "Enterprize", Captain Lang.

May 15, 1772 edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Valentine", Maskill; and the "Racehorse", Daw.

*****(Daw was most likely entered in error, by the Lloyd's List Lombard Street, London printers, in May 1772, for surname Drew.)

*****John Lang captained the Racehorse in 1764, 200 Tons/14 Men, Teignmouth - Newfoundland, for ? “Racehorse” built at owner's plantation in 1750.

*****James Drew captained the "Capelin" in 1764, 60 Tons/6 Men, Teignmouth - Newfoundland, for Goss. “Capelin” built at Goss' plantation in 1756.

*****James Drew captained the "Rose" in 1765, 120 Tons/10 Men, Exon - Newfoundland, for Goss. The Rose was built at Goss' plantation in 1756.

*****James Drew captained the "Rose" in 1768, 80 Tons, St. Ubes - London, for Goss of Exeter. The Rose was built at America in 1763.

*****J? Lang captained the "Rose" in 1768, 80 Tons, Newfoundland - London, for Goss of Exeter. The Rose was built at America in 1763.

*****Sailed from Waterford for Philadelphia, the vessel "Charlotte", Captain Curtis. *Out of Dartmouth.

May 19, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Lisbon, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Griffin.

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

May 22, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Cadiz, the vessel "Christopher", Captain Butler.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "St. Mary's", Captain Spurrier.

*****Arrived at Salcomb, from Milford, the vessel "Ashburton", Captain Curtis.

May 29, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Barnstaple, the vessel "Elizabeth & Mary", Captain Tucker.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Milford, the vessels/captains: "Countess of Mexborough", Maine/Mayne; "Tapley", Bowden; and the "Betty", Furneaux.

*****Arrived at Oporto, from Topsham, the vessel "Fly", Captain Ward.

Jun 2, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Exeter, the vessels/captains: "Paccar", Henley; and the "Aurora", Row(e).

Jun 19, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Weymouth, from Newcastle, the vessel "Elizabeth & Sarah", Captain Tucker.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Light.

*****Arrived at Philadelphia, from Jersey, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Durell.

Jun 23, 1772 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Active", Keates; and the "Grandson", Daw.

Jul 3, 1772 edition.

*****Sailed from Poole for London, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Tucker.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Plymouth, the vessel "Favourite", Captain Tucker.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Milford, the vessel "Tapley", Captain Bowden.

Jul 10, 1772 edition.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth, for Guernsey, the vessel "Tapley", Captain Bowden.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth, for Milford, the vessel "Countess of Mexborough", Captain Maine/Mayne.

Jul 13, 1772 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Betty", Captain Durell.

Jul 17, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Belfast, from Bristol, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Griffin.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from the Straights, the vessel "Expedition", Captain Carrol.

Jul 24, 1772 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Prince Edward", Captain Froud.

Sailed from the Downs for Newfoundland, the vessel "Perkins", Captain Carrol.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessels:

"Elton" Captain Heightington *Bryan/Bryant and Heightington both captained the "Penelope".

"Britannia" Captain Danson *Did Captains Clements & Harris also captain the “Britannia”?

"Polly" Captain Clements

*****Is there any long-term significance of Captains Bryan/Bryant & Harris voyaging Bristol to Conception Bay,

per this listing?

Jul 31, 1772 edition.

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

*****Sailed from Poole for London, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Slade.

Aug 4, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Miller, on July 30.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from St. Lucia, the vessel "Amelia", Captain Beckford/Bickford.

Aug 7, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Expedition", Captain Carril/Carroll.

Aug 18, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend, from Carbonear, the vessel "Betsy", Captain Palmer.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Miller.

Aug 21, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Southampton, the vessel "Widdicombe", Captain Tollman.

Aug 25, 1772 edition.

*****Remained at the Downs for Poole, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Slade.

Aug 28, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Konigsberg, the vessel "Little John", Captain Henley.

Sep 1, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Sunderland, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Slade.

*****Sailed from the Downs for Portsmouth, the vessel "Elizabeth & Ann", Captain Kittier.

Sep 4, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Galway, from Belfast, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Griffin. At Bristol, per the Sep 22 edition.

The "Concord", Captain James, Poole - Newfoundland, put back for repairs.

Sep 18, 1772 edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Briget", Murphy; and the "Joseph", Pyne.

Sep 22, 1772 edition.

*****Sailed from Cowes for London, the vessel "Betsey & Ann", Captain Kittier.

Sep 29, 1772 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Bristol, the vessel "George", Captain Keene.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Elliott", Captain Bowden.

Oct 16, 1772 edition.

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

Oct 23, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Exeter, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Drue/Drew.

*****Sailed from Cork for Bourdeaux, the vessel "John & Betty, Captain Bowden.

Nov 3, 1772 edition.

Remained at the Downs for Exeter, the vessel "Exeter", Captain Tucker.

Captain James of the "Concord", sailed from Poole, about the 6th of September last, to Newfoundland. On the 29th, met with a violent gale of Wind at WNW,

which obliged him to lay to 15 days, and drove him upwards of 100 Leagues. The gale continuing, and their provisions being very short, they were forced to bear away for Poole, where they arrived the 31st of October.

Nov 13, 1772 edition.

*****Sailed from Lisbon for Quebec, the vessel "Conception Bay", Captain Donovan.

Nov 17, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Ford.

*****Sailed from Poole for Bridport, the vessel "Sally", Captain Akerman.

Nov 27, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Reeler", Captain Mugford.

Dec 1, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Robert" Captain Barnes, in 32 days.

"Dispatch" Captain Harris, in 33 days.

"William & Betsy" Captain Moors, in 34 days.

"John & Betsy" Captain Bartlett, in 40 days.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Louisburgh, the vessel "Ranger", Captain Rickets/Rocketts, in 33 days.

Dec 4, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Elizabeth & Nancy", Sealy; and the "Reeler", Mugford.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Betsy", Tapley; and the "Juno", Symns.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Juno", Ford; and the "Olive Branch", Hookey/Hook/Hockey.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Christopher", Captain Edwards.

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

Dec 8, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Cork, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Green.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Friendship", Kelly; and the “Britainnia", Harris. *Kelly and Harris sailed in company?

Arrived at Seville, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Bee", Captain Kingdom. *Out of Topsham?

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "John & William", Captain Akerman.

Dec 11, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Escape", Street; and the "Amey/Amy", Burton.

The "Elizabeth", Captain Gifford, from Newfoundland, is arrived at Jersey, after shipping a sea on the Soundings, which carried away her bowsprit and foremast.

Dec 15, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland & Ireland, the vessel "Triton", Captain Baker. *Delayed news?

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland & Poole, the vessel "Triton", Captain Baker.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Griffin.

Dec 18, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Danson.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Polly", Captain Clements.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Penson/Pinson", Captain ?

Dec 25, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "St. Mary", Captain Spurrier.

Arrived at St. Andero, from Newfoundland, the vessel "John", Captain Tucker.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Coronation", Captain Snow.

Dec 29, 1772 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sea Flower", Captain Withycombe. *Arrived at Falmouth, from Lisbon, per Jan 1st edition.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Samuel & Thomas", Captain Green.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Palliser", Captain Henley.

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1773

Jan 5, 1773 edition.

*****Sailed from Falmouth for Teignmouth, the vessel "Sea Flower", Captain Withycombe.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Lynn, the vessel "Betsey & Ann", Captain Kittier.

*****Arrived at Poole, from St. Andero, the vessel "Prince Edward", Captain Colborn. *John Slade owned a vessel named "Prince Edward", in 1759?

*****Arrived at Poole, from Plymouth, the vessel "Duck", Captain Sanders.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Hendley.

Jan 8, 1773 edition.

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

Arrived at Madeira, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sandy Lane", Captain Gibbs.

Jan 12, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Limerick, the vessel "Two Sisters", Captain Evans.

*****Arrived at Topsham, from Bilbao, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Baker.

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

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

Jan 15, 1773 edition.

*****Sailed from Madeira for Barbados, the vessel "Sandy Lane", Captain Gibbs.

The "Amy", Captain Burton, who is arrived at Poole from Ireland, on the 4th Instant off the Start ran foul of the “Ufrow Margritta”,

from Lisbon to Amsterdam, and greatly damaged her. Part of her Cargo consisting of Fruit was seen floating, and some of her Planks

were started from her sides, so that its thought she sank soon after. Two of the Crew were taken up by Captain Burton.

Jan 19, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Corunna, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Clay.

*****Arrived at Exeter, from Oporto, the vessel "Sally", Captain Baker.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Illustrious Five", Captain Tomkins.

*****The "Tapley", Captain Bowden, from Cork to Bristol, is lost on the Flat Holmes; nine of the passengers and crew drowned.

Jan 22, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Guernsey, the vessel "Durell", Captain Cabot.

Arrived at Ferrol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Active", Captain Littlejohn.

Jan 26, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Teignmouth, from Vienna, the vessel "True Britian", Captain Babb.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Joanna & Agnes", Captain Symns.

*****Arrived at Torbay, from Alicante, the vessels/captains: "Phoenix", Lang; and the "Pinson", Codner.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Ledgard.

Arrived at Boston, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Salisbury", Captain Cole.

Feb 5, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Lymington, from London, the vessel "Betsey & Ann", Captain Kittier.

Feb 9, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Oporto, the vessel "Coronation", Captain Snow, on the 2nd.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Limerick, the vessel "Duke of Gloucester", Captain Kelly, on the 2nd.

Feb 19, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Vienna, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Griffin.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Alicante, the vessel "Pinson", Captain Codner.

Mar 2, 1773 edition.

*****The "Phoenix", Captain Lang, from Alicante to Teignmouth, after getting over the Bar, in coming up the Harbour has been on shore twice and received considerable damage to ship and cargo. Most of the shipping in the Harbour is drove off shore.

Mar 16, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Falmouth, from Liverpool, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Giles.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from Jersey, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Durell.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Amity", Captain Mugford.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Arthur & Betty", Captain Prettyjohns.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Sunderland, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Slade.

*****Arrived at Poole, from London, the vessel "Prince Edward", Captain Colborne.

*****Arrived at Malaga, from Exon, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

Mar 19, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Plymouth, the vessel "Joyce", Captain Leigh/Lee.

Mar 26, 1773 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Sparke", Payne; & the "John", Tucker.

*****Arrived at Lymington, from London, the vessel "Amity", Captain Mugford.

*****Arrived at Lymington, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Greyhound", Captain Seward.

Mar 30, 1773 edition.

The "Centurion", Captain Hall, from Jersey for Newfoundland.

Apr 2, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Stangate Creek, from Leghorn, the vessel "Christopher", Captain Edwards. Arrived at Gravesend, per the Apr 20 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel, "Betsey", Captain Tapley.

Sailed from Lymington for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Amity", Mugford; and the "Greyhound", Seward.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Fame", Eldred; "George", Daw; and the "Thomas", Webber.

Apr 6, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Penzance, from Cadiz, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Henley.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Two Brothers", Griffin; and the "William & Mary", Sowden.

Remained at the Downs for Newfoundland, the vessel "Success", Captain Harris.

April 9, 1773 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Conde de Aranda", Captain Harris.

Apr 13, 1773 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Duck", Angell; "George", Captain Edmonds; and the "Endeavour", Hewlett.

Apr 16, 1773 edition.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Polly", Clements; and the "Britannia", Harris.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Polly", Captain Harwood.

Apr 20, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Lymington, from Plymouth, the vessel "Betsey & Ann", Captain Kittier.

Apr 23, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Jane", Captain Clay.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Bristol, the vessels/captains: "Charlotte", Mathews; "Polly", Clements; and the "Britannia", Harris.

Apr 30, 1773 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Pelican", Captain Handcock.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Jane", Captain Clay.

May 4, 1773 edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Wood.

May 11, 1773 edition.

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

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Providence", Marshall; and the "Britannia", Harris.

May 18, 1773 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Nautilous", Captain Ford.

May 21, 1773 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Prince Edward", Captain Colborn. Arrived at Waterford, Jun 8 edition.

May 25, 1773 edition.

Sailed from Lymington for Newfoundland, the vessel "Lady Tyrconnel", Captain Monday.

Jun 11, 1773 edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Prince Edward", Captain Colborn.

Jun 25, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Lymington, from Dartmouth, on the 19th, the vessel "Provident", Captain Goss.

Jun 29, 1773 edition.

*****Sailed from Bristol for Cadiz, the vessel "Hope", Captain Butler.

Jul 6, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Elseneur/Elsingor, from Yarmouth, the vessel "Peace & Plenty", Captain Taylor. *See Dec 14, 1773, entry.

*****Sailed from Elseneur/Elsingor for Petersburg, the vessel "George", Captain Collings/Colling.

Jul 16, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Jamaica, the vessel "Lucy", Captain Child.

Jul 20, 1773 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Susanna", Captain Bound.

Jul 23, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Guernsey, the vessels/captains: "Peggy", Knight; "John & William", Akerman.

Jul 27, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Christchurch, the vessel "Polly", Captain Rogers.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Sanford.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessels/captains: "Winford", Heightington; "Polly", Clements; and the "Britannia", Harris.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Teignmouth, the vessels/captains: "Amelia", Foweraker/Fouracre; and the "Jane", Clay.

The "Natty", Captain Bartlett, from Poole to Newfoundland, is totally lost near Bay Bulls. The Crew saved.

Jul 30, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "John & Betsey", Captain Bartlett.

Arrived at St. John's, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Patsey", Codner; and the "Jenny", Captain ?

Arrived at St. John's, from Bristol, the vessel "Charlotte", Captain Matthews.

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessels "Ann" & "Pinson". *Andrew Pinson's vessels.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessel "Charlotte", Captain Baker.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Boston, the vessel "Salisbury", Captain Cole of Dartmouth.

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

Aug 3, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Sisters", Captain Pitts.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lark", Captain Carter.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Boston, the vessel "Sally", Captain Davis.

Aug 6, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "John", Tucker; and the "Active", Littlejohn.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessel "Christopher", Captain Edwards.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Resolution", Captain Bowden.

Aug 10, 1773 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Johannes", Poole; & the "Lark", Carter.

Aug 13, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Lively", Captain Rowe.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Polly", Elford; "Bramble Torr", Pearce; & the "Mary", Goodridge.

Aug 17, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fogo", Captain Miller.

Aug 27, 1773 edition.

*****Sailed from Portsmouth for Bayonne, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Giles.

Aug 31, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Galway, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Griffin.

Sep 3, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Leghorn, from Exeter, the vessel "Ceres", Captain Gibbs.

Sep 10, 1773 edition.

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

Sep 14, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Yarmouth Road, from Petersburg, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

Sep 24, 1773 edition.

*****The "George", Captain Collins, from Petersburg to Dublin, is put into Ramsgate, to stop her leaks.

The "Josepha", Captain Creed, from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, being 500 Leagues Westward of Scilly, put back; and arrived at Dartmouth the 18th, leaky.

Oct 26, 1773 edition.

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

Oct 29, 1773 edition.

Arrived off Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Conde D. Aranda", Captain Harris.

Nov 2, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend, from Labradore, the vessel "Amity", Captain Mugford.

Arrived at Exeter, from Newfoundland, the vessel "John", Captain Farmer.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Duck", Captain Angel.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Christopher", Captain Edwards.

The "George & Edward", Captain Hawkins, is totally lost at Fermeuse, in Newfoundland.

Nov 5, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Jenkins.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Filly Foal", Captain Richards.

Nov 9, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "George & William", Captain Tito.

*****Arrived at Dublin, from Petersburg, the vessel "George", Captain Collins. *?A cargo of Wheat?

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Durell", Sivert/Syvert; & the "Mary" , Gifford.

Sailed from Lisbon for Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Miller.

Nov 12, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from Gijon, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Giles.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Barbados, the vessel "Brigetown", Captain Nichols.

The "Fogo", Captain Miller, who sailed from Poole the 25th of August bound for Newfoundland, having met with contrary Winds, is put back to Poole.

Nov 16, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Southampton, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fancy", Captain Richards.

The "New Race Horse", Captain Drew, from Newfoundland for Naples, off the Rock of Gibraltar on Oct 20th.

Nov 19, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Pelican", Captain Hancock.

Nov 23, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Charlotte", Captain Baker.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Codfish", Captain Tully.

Nov 26, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Joanna & Nancy", Captain Tucker.

Nov 30, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Plymouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Billy", Captain Barnes.

Arrived at Boston, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Greyhound", Captain Cartwright.

*****Sailed from Waterford for Topsham, the vessels/captains: "Peggy", Baker & "Mary", Wilcocks.

Dec 3, 1773 edition.

Arrived at St. Andero, from Newfoundland, the vessel "John", Captain Tucker.

Dec 7, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Labrador, the vessel "Mary", Captain Bird. *Thomas Bird/Burd for Andrew Pinson.

Arrived at Topsham, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Thomas", Captain Baker & "Polly", Captain Baker.

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

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

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Gold Wyer", Captain Pimer.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Enterprize", Captain Lang & "Venus", Captain Child.

Dec 10, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Squid", Captain Jackson, & "Valentine", Captain Power.

Dec 14, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Memel, the vessel "Peace & Plenty", Captain Taylor.

Sailed from Lymington, for Newfoundland, the vessel "Conde D'Aranda", Captain Harris.

Dec 17, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Harris.

Arrived at St. Andero, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Polly", Captain Efford.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Giffard.

Dec 21, 1773 edition.

*****Sailed from Bristol, for Cadiz, the vessel "Hope", Captain Butler.

Arrived at Naples, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Ledgard.

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

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Henley.

Dec 24, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Bilbao, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Webber.

*****Sailed from Cork for Rochelle, the vessel "Hope", Captain Kingdom. Arrived at Torbay, from Cork, the vessel "Hope", Captain Kingdom.

Arrived at Cibita Vechia, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Drew.

The "Palliser", Captain Henley, from Denia for London, is put into Fowey in Distress.

Dec 28, 1773 edition.

*****Arrived at Torbay, from St. Sabastians, the vessel "Jane", Captain Cleve.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Alicante, the vessel "Venus", Captain Child.

Dec 31, 1773 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Christopher", Captain Edwards.

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1774

Jan 4, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Samuel & John", Captain Rowles.

Jan 7, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Dover, from Dublin, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Barbados, the vessel "Salamander", Captain Lovell.

Jan 11, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Dublin, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Sunderland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Snook.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Bridport", Captain Murphy.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundlandland, the vessel "Young Adventure", Captain Mudge.

Arrived at Figuera, from Newfoundland, the vessel "George", Captain Edmonds.

Jan 14, 1774 edition.

*****Sailed from Cowes for Cork, the vessel "Jacob & Jane", Captain Caine.

Arrived at Malaga, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Elmes.

Arrived at St. Sebastians, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sturminster Marshall", Captain Gregory. *Robert Daw earlier captained this vessel.

Jan 18, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Minerva", Captain Hammet.

*****Arrived at Jersey, from Waterford, the vessel "Admiral Durrell", Captain Cabot.

*Thomas Durrell migrated from Sturminster Newton/Poole - to the Island of Jersey. Enhancing Poole, Dorset; Isle of Jersey; & Newfoundland associations.

*****Arrived at Jersey, from Cadiz, the vessel "Success", Captain Cabot.

Jan 21, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Harris.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from St. Ubes, the vessels/captains: "John", Tucker; & the "Active", Littlejohn.

*****Sailed from Waterford for Jersey, the vessel "Esther", Captain Pundester/Poindexter.

Jan 25, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Boston, the vessel "Deborah", Captain Hathaway.

*****Arrived at Quebec, from Boston, the vessel "Minerva", Captain M'Neal.

*****In 1778, a Boston privateer, "Minerva", Captain Grimes, sacked Slade's, Noble's and Pinson's vessels and establishments at Newfoundland/Labrador.

Jan 28, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Drake", Captain Bickford.

*****Arrived at Jersey, from Waterford, the vessel "Esther", Captain Poingdestre/Poindexter.

Feb 1, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland and Waterford, the vessel "Polly", Captain Clements.

*****The "Portland", Captain Garland, from Emsworth for Weymouth.

Feb 15, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Bilbao, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Griffin.

Feb 18, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Lisbon, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Stevens.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Bilbao, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Griffin.

Feb 22, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Figueira, the vessel "Speedwell", Captain Downing.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "King of Naples", Studdy; & the "Success", Philips.

*****Arrived at Gibraltar, from Topsham, the vessel "Liberty", Captain Andrews.

*****Arrived at Jersey, from St. Ubes, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Snow.

The "Susanna", Captain Hill, from Newfoundland to a market, was obliged to throw overboard a great part of her Cargo. The sea stove in their Decks and Stern,

and it was with great difficulty the people carried the vessel into Corcu Bayonna, near Vigo.

Mar 1, 1774 edition.

*****The "Britannia", Captain Wood, from Teignmouth for London.

Mar 8, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Plymouth, from London, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

Mar 18, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Falmouth, from Trapany, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Drew.

*****Sailed from Torbay for Limerick, the vessel "George", Captain Collings/Collins.

Mar 22, 1774 edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Unity", Captain Mugford. *Error for "Amity"

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Jago.

Arrived at Boston, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Tracy.

Mar 25, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Falmouth, from Bristol, the vessels/captains: "Sally", Henley; and the "Two Sisters", Guy.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "John", Tucker; "Arthur & Betty", Prettyjohns; "Polly", Efford; and the "Ann", Thomas Burd.

Sailed from the Downs for Newfoundland, the vessel "Amity", Captain Mugford.

*****Arrived at Genoa, from Exon, the vessel "Ann", Captain Shapter.

Mar 29, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Lymington, from London, the vessel "Amity", Captain Mugford.

Apr 1, 1774 edition.

*****Sailed from Falmouth, for Dartmouth, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Drew.

Sailed from Dartmouth, for Newfoundland, the vessel "Aurora", Captain Puddicombe.

Sailed from Poole, for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hopewell", Batson/Batstone; "Lark", Barnes; and the "Joseph & Benjamin", Hook/Hookey.

*****Arrived at Limerick, from London, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

Apr 8, 1774 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Pelican", Captain Handcock.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Polly", of St. Johns, Captain Knighton.

Apr 12, 1774 edition.

The "Two Sisters", Captain Bartlett, sailed from Alicante for Newfoundland, in August last; and has not been heard of since.

Apr 15, 1774 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Nancy", Goodridge; "Two Brothers", Griffin; and the "William & Mary", Griffin.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Prince Edward" Captain Colburn/Colbourne

"Duck" Captain Reeks *To Fogo/Twillingate, for John Slade.

"Fudge" Captain Miller

"Samuel & Thomas" Captain Green

"Venus" Captain Child

"Triton" Captain Cheater

Sailed from Lymington for Newfoundland, the vessel "Unity", Captain Mugford. *"Amity"

Apr 19, 1774 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Eagle", Captain Tapley.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Drake", Captain Slade.

Apr 22, 1774 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Sally", Henly; and the "William & Mary", Boden/Bowden.

Apr 26, 1774 edition.

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

Apr 29, 1774 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "George & William", Captain Durrell.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Phoenix", Vibert; and the "Goldwyer", Pymer/Pimer. . . . . 2

May 3, 1774 edition.

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

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "William & Mary", Coleman; and the "Race-horse", Drew.

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

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Polly", Clements; and the "Two Brothers", Baker.

May 6, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Jersey, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Horton. *Horton is an early Newfoundland surname. ??From Jersey??

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Triton", Cheater; "Dartmouth", Harvey; and the "Pelican", Handcock.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Trial", Captain Ornall.

May 10, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Little Peter", Captain Phippard.

*****Sailed from Cork for Oporto, the vessel "Mary", Captain Sullivan.

May 13, 1774 edition.

Sailed from Poole for St. John's, the vessel "Mercury", Captain Pearce.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Griffin.

May 20, 1774 edition.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessel "Young James", Captain Coghlan.

May 24, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Lymington, from Barnstaple, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Kittier.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Limerick, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

Jun 7, 1774 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Ceres", Captain Smith.

*****Arrived at Oporto, from Cork, the vessel "Mary", Captain Sullivan.

Jun 14, 1774 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Polly", Captain Smith.

Jun 17, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Jersey, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Horton.

Jun 28, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Cork, the vessel "Felix", Captain Anthony. *Cork - London, per Jul 5 edition.

*****Arrived at Lymington, from London, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Kittier.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Oporto, the vessel "Mary", Captain Sullivan.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Greyhound", Captain Hooper.

Jul 5, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Madeira, the vessel "William & Robert", Captain Coughlan.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Ledgard. *Sailed for Newfoundland, per Jul 8 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessel "Sally", Captain Henley.

Jul 8, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at the Downs, from Alicante, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Exon (sailing Port of Topsham), the vessel "Lyon", Captain Follet.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from London, the vessel "Amity", Captain Mugford.

Jul 12, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Quebec, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Prince of Wales", Captain Furneaux.

*****Captain Baker of the "Cornwall" arrived at Bristol, from Jamaica.

Jul 26, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Danson.

*****Sailed from Waterford for Kinsale, the vessel "John", Captain Coghlan.

Jul 29, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Cork, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Shaw.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessel "Polly", Captain Clements.

*****Jun 15, 1774. The "Edward & Mary", Captain Cross, from London for Quebec, arrived in a shattered condition, a sea having broken upon her to the east

of the Banks of Newfoundland, which washed overboard the mate and one man, carried away her boat, companion, and everything moveable on deck. Broke seven of her beams, and all her quarter stanchions on the larboard side, overset the windlass-bitts, and twisted the weather pump halfway round. She proceeded directly for Montreal, but it's feared the cargo will be found in very bad condition.

Aug 5, 1774 edition.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Milford, the vessel "Countess of Mexborough", Captain Maine.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Jersey, the vessel "Durrell", Captain Gifford.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Vinning.

Aug 9, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "George & William", Captain Durrell.

Aug 19, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Pinson", Captain Codner.

Aug 30, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Jamaica, the vessel "Lucy", Captain Child.

Sep 6, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from London, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Kittier.

*****Sailed from Elseneur/Elsinore/Elsingor for London, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

*****Arrived at Dublin, from Weymouth, the vessel "Mary Ann", Captain Garland.

Sep 9, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Koningsbusg, the vessel "George", Captain Collins. *Same voyage made Nov 15, 1774.

Arrived at Bristol from Newfoundland, the vessel "Three Sisters", Captain Penn. *Pynn.

Sep 13, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Bristol, the vessel "Hope", Captain Butler.

Sep 16, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Lymington, from London, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Kittier.

Sep 23, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Quebec, from St. John's, the vessel "Peggy", Captain Cornel.

Sep 27, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Ross, the vessel "Peggy", Captain Sullivan.

Oct 4, 1774 edition.

The "Liberty", Captain Clooney, from Reney in Newfoundland for Waterford, sailed in Sept. 1773 and has not been heard of since. *Reney?

Oct 7, 1774 edition.

*****Sailed from Bristol for St. Ubes, the vessel "Hope", Captain Henly.

Oct 11, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Guernsey, the vessel "William & Elizabeth", Captain Snow.

Oct 18, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Bristol, the vessel "Catherine", Captain Clements.

Oct 21, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Elseneur/Elsinore/Elsingor, from London, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

*****Arrived at Jersey, from Providence, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Snow.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Princess", Captain Antoine/Anthony. *Note Nov 28, 1775 entry. Winter, a Jersey merchant family, in Newfoundland.

Oct 25, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from St. Maloes, the vessel "Sirenne", Captain Sullivan.

The "Deborah", Captain Littleworth, from Quebec to London, is lost on the Banks of Newfoundland. It's hoped the greatest part of the cargo will be saved.

Oct 28, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lark", Captain Clark. *?Also Captained by Carter, and Barnes?

Nov 1, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Barcelona, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Wood.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Fame", Captain Eldred/Eldridge.

Nov 4, 1774 edition.

*****Sailed from Bristol for Seville, the vessel "Three Sisters", Captain Pynn.

Arrived at market, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Goldwyer", Pimer; and the "Margaret", Biddicombe/Biddlecombe.

The "Charming Nancy", Captain Wheatly, from Newfoundland, with Passengers for Dartmouth.

Nov 11, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Duck", Captain Reeks.

Nov 15, 1774 edition.

*****Sailed from Elseneur/Elsinore/Elsingor for London, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

Nov 22, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Johanna & Agnes", Captain Bulley.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Active", Captain Carter.

The "Nancy", Captain Pain(e) of Dartmouth, from Lisbon to St. John's, Newfoundland. *Payne.

Nov 25, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Falmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Polly", Captain Symes.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth & Cork, the vessel "Torbay", Captain Codner.

Nov 29, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Labrador, the vessel "Amity", Captain Mugford.

Arrived at Cork, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas & Grace", Captain Jerret.

Dec 2, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Labrador, the vessel "Mary", Captain Harvey.

Dec 6, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend, from Labrador, the vessel "Amity", Captain Mugford.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Jenny", Jenkins; "Juno", Webber; and the "Polly", Harwood.

Dec 9, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Vienna, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Griffin.

Arrived at St. Andero, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Garroqais.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Baker.

Arrived at Corunna, from Newfoundland, the vessel "George", Captain Baker.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Active", Captain Gifford.

*****The "Ceres", Captain Gibbs, is lost on the Yarmouth Sands. *Consider Hingston/Whiteway vs repeated vessels named "Ceres".

*****The "Maria Christina", Captain Frybor, in distress, had been 10 weeks without a rudder and 15 days without bread or water, the captain having buried all his people, but five.

Dec 13, 1774 edition.

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

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Cork, the vessel "John", Captain Coghlan.

*****Arrived at Bilbao, from Jersey, the vessel "Charming Nancy", Captain Winter.

*****Arrived at Bourdeaux, from Cork, the vessel "Mary", Captain Sullivan.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Oporto, the vessel "Sally", Captain Warren/Warne.

Dec 16, 1774 edition.

Arrived at Topsham, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Susanna", Captain ?.

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

*****Sailed from Lisbon for Exeter, the vessel "Hope", Captain Kingdom.

*****Sailed from Portsmouth for London, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Kittier.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Christopher", Captain Edwards.

Dec 20, 1774 edition.

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

*****Sailed from Lymington for Dartmouth, the vessel "Providence", Captain Goss.

Arrived at Barcelona, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Pinson", Captain Burd.

Dec 27, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from London, the vessel "Ashburton", Captain Mullis.

Dec 30, 1774 edition.

*****Arrived at Seville, from Bristol, the vessel "Three Sisters", Captain Pynn.

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1775

Jan 3, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Vibert.

Jan 6, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Quebec, from Salem, the vessel "Juno", Captain Vincent.

Jan 10, 1775 edition.

*Monday, Dec 5, 1774. Put into Harbour Grace the ship "Vrow Anna-Catharinea", John Stroom, Master; who left Curacao the 27th of Aug. last. Bound for

Amsterdam, meeting easterly winds and short of provisions, and the ship leaky in her upper works. The 14th she was well, and some caulkers at work on her.

Remained in the Harbour, the "Peggy", Captain M'Kinley; the ?, Captain Thompson of Glasglow; also the schooner ?, Captain Nicks, for the West Indies.

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

*****Sailed from Waterford for Bristol, the vessel "Penelope", Captain Heightington. *Sometimes Captain Green.

*****Sailed from Cork for Lisbon, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain Doyle.

Jan 13, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Three Sisters", Captain Pynn.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Hearn, and "Polly", Captain Clements.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Jersey, the vessel "Mary", Yatch, Captain Picot/Picco. *Sailed this route for years.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "John", Captain Edwards.

Arrived at Corunna, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Peggy", Captain Baker.

Jan 17, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland and Waterford, the vessel "Polly", Captain Clements.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland and Bilbao, the vessel "Durrell", Captain Giffard.

Jan 20, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Topsham, from Corunna, the vessel "Peggy", Captain Baker.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Waterford, the vessel "Neptune", Captain Symes.

Jan 24, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Plymouth, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Drew.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland and a market, the vessel "Greyhound", Captain Hooper.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Vigo, the vessel "John", Captain Edwards.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from Rotterdam, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Giles.

Jan 27, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Trapani, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Drew.

Arrived at Carthagena, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Placentia", Captain Eldred/Eldridge.

Arrived at Malaga, from Newfoundland, the vessel "St. Mary's", Captain Spurrier.

Jan 31, 1775 edition.

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

*****Arrived at Poole, from Cadiz, the vessel "Venus", Captain Child.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Vigo, the vessel "Swift", Captain Waterman.

Feb 3, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Samson", Captain Mifflin.

Feb 7, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Vigo, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Samuel & Thomas", Captain Green.

Feb 14, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Charming Nancy", Captain Winter.

The "Elizabeth", Captain Squarry, from Newfoundland for Salem, was lost in a gale of wind near Cape Ann; the captain and two of the people drowned.

Feb 17, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Barbados, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsy", Captain Niccolls.

Arrived at Salem, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Triton", Captain Jenkins.

Arrived at Rhode Island, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jacob", Captain Peters.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Nantz, the vessel "George", Captain Sullivan.

Feb 21, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Griffin.

Feb 24, 1775 edition.

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

Arrived at Bilbao, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Torbay", Captain Codner.

The "Greyhound", Captain ?, from Newfoundland to Bristol, sailed about the end of October last, and has not been heard of since.

Feb 28, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Corunna, the vessel "Eagle", Captain Tapley.

A cargo of goods, landed out of a ship bound from London to Quebec, is burnt at Carbonear in Newfoundland.

Mar 3, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Cadiz, the vessels/captains: "Mary", Goodridge; and the "John", Tucker.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Harvey.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Bourdeaux, the vessel "Mary", Captain Sullivan.

Mar 7, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Torbay, from Topsham, the vessel "Mary", Captain Baker.

Mar 10, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Plymouth, from ?, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Whiteway.

Mar 14, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Plymouth, from Topsham, the vessel "George", Captain Baker.

Mar 17, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Drake", Captain Slade.

Mar 24, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Leghorn, the vessel "Charlotte", Captain Baker.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Polly", Efford; "Betsy", Webber; and the "Betsy", Whiteway.

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

Mar 28, 1775 edition.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Alicante, the vessel "Flora", Captain Whitborne/Whitburn.

Mar 31, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Lymington for Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Flora" Captain Follet *Usually captained by Whitborne of Teignmouth? ?Follett of Exeter?

"Amity" Captain Mugford *Out of London

Apr 4, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Eagle", Tapley; and the "Mary", Goodridge.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Success", Captain Hingston.

The "Neptune", Captain Simms from Poole to Newfoundland.

Apr 11, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Two Brothers", Griffin; and the "Betsey", Drew.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Oporto, the vessel "Cupid", Captain Green.

Apr 14, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels: "Palliser", Henley; and the “Success", French.

Sailed from Torbay for Newfoundland, the vessel "Amity", Captain Mugford.

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

Apr 18, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Guernsey, the vessel "William & Elizabeth", Captain Snow.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Dove", Captain Brinton.

Apr 21, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Figuera, the vessel "Sukey", Captain Green. *Sukey/Susie/Susannah.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Concord", Captain Batson. Batstone?

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Gallipoly, the vessel "Young James", Captain Coghlan.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Portsmouth, the vessel "Amity's Admonition", Captain Knowles.

Apr 25, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Plymouth, from Trapany, the vessel "Ann", Captain Codner.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from St. Ubes, the vessel "Sally", Captain Henley.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Britannia", Wood; and the "Bonetta", Graham.

Apr 28, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Venus", Captain Child.

*****Arrived at Elseneur/Elsinore/Elsingor, from London, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

May 2, 1775 edition.

*****The "Nancy", Captain Snow, from Guernsey for Salem.

May 5, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Trapany, the vessel "Ann", Captain Pinson.

May 9, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Cato", Captain Reeks. *Cato/Kate/Catherine.

May 12, 1775 edition.

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

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Bristol, the vessel "Clifton", Captain Bryan. For Heightington.

*****Surnames Harris, Butler, and Bryan/Bryant, connect with Clifton, Gloucester? Harris at Newton Abbot, concurrent? Conception Bay?

May 16, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Torbay, from Gibraltar, the vessel "Pinson", Captain Bird. Sailed for Topsham.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Concord", Captain Batten. *Apparently erroneously recorded for Batson/Batstone; out of Poole, Dorset.

May 19, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Barcelona, the vessel "Pinson", Captain Burd/Bird.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "William & Mary", Griffin; "Ann", Pinson; “Tuscanny", Bussey; and the "Sally", Henley.

May 26, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Betsey", Drew; and the "Clifton", Bryan.

May 30, 1775 edition.

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

Jun 9, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Guernsey, the vessel "Lymington", Captain Kittier.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Kinsale, the vessel "John", Captain Coghlan.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Cork, the vessel "Dispatch", Captain Sullivan.

Jun 13, 1775 edition.

The "Princess", Captain Antoine/Anthony, from Jersey, arrived at Philadelphia, had loaded a great part of her provisions for Newfoundland, but was afterwards detained by the people. *See Oct 21, 1774 edition entry.

Jun 16, 1775 edition.

*****Sailed from Gravesend for Petersburg, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

Jun 20, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Bristol, the vessel "Hope", Captain Butler.

Jun 27, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Plymouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Drew.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Jersey, the vessel "Molly", Captain Stone.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels/captains: "John", Edwards; "Swift", Waterman; "Two Brothers", Miller, "Amy", Burton; and "Goldwyer”, Pimer.

Jul 4, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "John & Olive", Pike; and the "George", Anstey.

Jul 7, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Samuel & John", Captain Symonds.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from London, the vessel "Amity", Captain Mugford.

Jul 11, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Topsham, the vessel "Mary", Captain Stephens.

Jul 14, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

Jul 18, 1775 edition.

*****Sailed from Lymington for Dartmouth, the vessel "Providence", Captain Goss.

*****Arrived at Jersey, from Philadelphia, the vessel "Princess", Captain Antoine/Anthony.

Jul 25, 1775 edition.

*****Sailed from Bristol for Dartmouth, the vessel "Mentor", Captain Bromley. *Genealogical Abstracts from the Twillingate Sun © copyright 1988, by Michael A. Bromley.

Aug 1, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Griffin.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Jersey, the vessel "Durell", Captain Giffard.

Aug 4, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Minerva", Captain Parminter.

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

*****Arrived at Cadiz from Philadelphia, the vessel "Peace & Plenty", Captain Mumford. *(Mugford, often spelt as Mumford.)

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessels: "Clifton", Captain Bryant; and the "Elizabeth", Captain Forrestal.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Concord", Captain Batson. *Batstone.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Valentine", Captain Nowlan.

Aug 11, 1775 edition.

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

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Cupid", Captain Hopkins.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Hurley.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Shea.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Liverpool, the vessel "Peggy", Captain Sullivan.

Aug 15, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Bourdeaux, the vessel "Bacchus", Captain Sullivan.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Seaflower", Captain Bartlett.

Aug 22, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Sukey", Captain Miller.

Aug 25, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Neptune", Captain Simes/Symes.

Sep 1, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Jamaica, the vessel "Lucea", Captain Child.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Liverpool, the vessel "Molly", Captain Collins.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Cupid", Captain Hopkins.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Lisbon, the vessel "George", Captain Sullivan.

Sep 5, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Barbados, the vessel "Betty", Captain Benger.

Sep 8, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hope", Hyde; "Fame", Blake; & the "Charlton", Smith.

Arrived at Portsmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Friends", Captain Lemon.

*****Arrived at Elsingor, from Petersburg, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

Sep 19, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Barbados, the vessel "Molly", Captain Collins.

Sep 22, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Stromness, from Petersburg, the vessel "George", Captain Collings/Collins.

Sep 26, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dartmouth", Captain Shapley.

Sep 29, 1775 edition.

*****Sailed from Cork for Bourdeaux, the vessel "Bacchus", Captain Sullivan.

Arrived at Rhode Island, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Snow.

Oct 3, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Henley.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Barbados, the vessel "Maria", Captain Nichols.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Cadiz, the vessel "Ambuscade", Captain Munns.

Oct 10, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Cork, the vessel "George", Captain Sullivan.

Oct 13, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Barbados, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Vestall", Captain Temple. *Out of Dartmouth.

Oct 17, 1775 edition.

The "Vestall", Captain Temple, from Newfoundland, was drove on shore the 25th of August at Barbados, and lost.

Oct 20, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Amity", Captain Mugford. *Arrived in the Thames River, per the Oct 27 edition.

Oct 24, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fame", Captain Froud.

Oct 27, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Jamaica, from Angola, the vessel “King George”, Late Dunscombe. *Captain Dunscombe deceased.

Oct 31, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Barcelona, from "Placentia", the vessel "Fame", Captain Froud.

Arrived at Barcelona, from "Bay of Bulls", the vessels/captains: "Active", Anes; and the "Mercury", Williams.

Nov 3, 1775 edition.

The "Pinson", Captain ?; the "Ann", Captain ?; and the "Betsey", Captain Hilling, form England, were drove on shore in Temple Bay in Newfoundland in a gale of wind, the 12th of September. They have some hopes of getting them off.

Nov 7, 1775 edition.

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

Letters from St. Peters, Newfoundland, of Sept. 31. Mentions the "Nancy", Captain Waldron, and the "Pheseant", Captain Newman, being safe after the storm.

Nov 10, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Goldwyer", Captain Pimer.

Nov 14, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Endeavour", Coombs, and the "Leopard", Lee/Leigh.

The "Triton", Captain Cheater, and a ship supposed to be the "Joseph", Captain Brixey, are lost at Fogo in Newfoundland.

Nov 17, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Guernsey, the vessel "William & Elizabeth", Captain Snow.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessel "Perkins", Captain Jenkins.

The "William & Rebecca", Captain Tully/Tilley, arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland. Brings advice of the terrible storm which happened there

the 11th of Sept., in which were totally lost the "Henry & Honora", Captain Brooks, and the "Betsey", Captain Thompson, at the Bay of Bulls at

Newfoundland. The "Eagle", Captain Tapley, and the "Palliser", Captain Henley, were both drove on shore, but are got off with some damage.

The "St. Francis", Captain Trimlet, and the "William & Mary", Captain Griffin, were drove on shore at Newfoundland; the former is since got off.

The "Ann", Captain Kennicut, is on shore there, and it’s feared will be lost.

Nov 21, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Fogo", Barnes; "Billy", Hook/Hockey/Hookey; and the "Pelican", Handcock.

Arrived at Petersburg, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Goldwire", Captain Pimer.

The "Betty", Captain Thompson, is totally lost in Newfoundland, and all the crew, except two. The ?, Captain Moggridge, is also lost. Eight ships are lost at Renouse, in Newfoundland, and two at Fermouse. The "Arthur & Betty", Captain Prettyjohn, the "Olive Branch", Captain Goldsmith, and the "Ann", Captain Kennicut, that were on shore, are got off with some damage. The St. Francis, Captain Line, is not got off.

The following vessels were forced on shore and wrecked the 11th & 12th of September, on the North West Coast at Newfoundland: The "Molly", Captain Gregory; the "Triton", Captain Cheater; the "Johannes", Captain Poole; the "Josepha", Captain Burcey; the "John & Betty", Captain Barns; and the "Jersey", Captain ?; all of Poole. A schooner and a ship, name unknown, were wrecked at Bonavista. Two ships put on shore the 28th of Sept., at Barrow Harbour. Above 100 fishing shallops are wrecked, and 500 men drowned. And it is feared that great damages have happened, on the Coast of Labrador.

Nov 24, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann", Captain Dann.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Bilbao, the vessels/captains: "Prince Edward", Harris; and the "Jenny", Jenkins.

*****Arrived at Teneriffe, from Hamburg, the vessel "Flying Fish", Captain Richards.

The "Phoenix", Captain Hellyer/Hillier, was lost at Renouse in Newfoundland, in the late storm there.

The "Betsey", Captain Drew, was lost at Newfoundland on Sept. 12. The "Redmaiden", Captain Prittyjohn, was lost there, a few days after the storm.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Jersey, the vessel "Princess", Captain Anthony.

Five Newfoundland traders were seen going into Jersey by the last Southampton trader from that island, but could not learn their names.

The "Samuel & John", Captain Symonds, is lost at Oderin, in Newfoundland.

Nov 28, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Falmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Cato", Captain Ricks. *Reeks.

Arrived at St. Andero, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Active", Captain Giffard. *Out of Jersey.

Arrived at Jersey, from Fortune Bay, Newfoundland, the vessel "Princess", Captain Winter.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Vibert.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Barbados, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Eyre.

*****The "Two Sisters", Captain Pitts, from Newcastle with Coals, is got abreast Brixham Pier Head near Torbay, and being leaky fills every tide.

They are lightening her in order to get her alongside the quay.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Drake", Captain Slade.

The "Juno", Captain Fitzhenry; the "Mentor", Captain Bromley, and the "Mary", Captain Hine, all of Bristol, are lost at Newfoundland.

Dec 1, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Dublin, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "James", Coghlan; and the "Race Horse", Drew.

Arrived at Naples, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Escape", Captain Street.

Dec 8, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Charming Sally", Rowe; and the "Elizabeth & Nancy", Bartlett.

Dec 12, 1775 edition.

*****Sailed from Gravesend for Cork, the vessel "George", Captain Collins.

*****Sailed from Bristol for Jamaica, the vessel "Lucy", Captain Child.

The "Betsey", Captain Godson, from Genoa for Newfoundland, after a passage of four months, arrived at Harbour Grace, with the loss of all her sails, topmasts, and other considerable damage to the vessel.

Dec 15, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Clifton", Captain Bryan.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Waterford, the vessels/captains: "Ann", Pinson; and the "Mary", Goodridge.

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

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Industry", Doyle; and the "David", Doyle.

Dec 19, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Alicante, the vessel "Drake", Captain Slade.

*****Arrived at Cowes, from London, the vessel "George", Captain Sullivan.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Two Brothers", O'brien/O'Bryan; and the "Clifton", Bryan. *Note: Dec 15 edition entry.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Catherine", Captain Fortune.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Griffith. *Griffin.

Dec 22, 1775 edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Weston", Captain Allward.

Dec 26, 1775 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Vigo, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Mugford.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Concord", Captain Reeks. *Previously captained by Batstone?

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from Cagliari, the vessel "Joseph", Captain Crew.

Dec 29, 1775 edition.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Polly", Captain Clements.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Portsmouth, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Goodridge.

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1776

Jan 5, 1776 edition.

The "Betsey", Captain Benger, from Barbados to Ferryland, was lost the latter end of September, off Cape St. Mary's. The master & three men drowned.

Captain Chevaleir, of the "Unity", arrived at Jersey, from Canso. He was stopped in the Gulph of Canso by armed vessels fitted out from Beverly, but was released on account of the small value of his cargo, being lumber. The Beverly vessels had possession of several vessels, chiefly loaded with cod fish, and were waiting for others, to send them all together to New England.

Jan 12, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Young Adventure", Captain Mudge.

Arrived at Boston, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Crawford", Captain Montgomery.

Jan 16, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Cagliari, the vessel "Joseph", Captain Crew.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Ford.

Arrived at Seville, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Prince Mazerano", Captain Dowson/Dawson.

Jan 19, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Samuel & Thomas", Captain Mager. *Mayor, Meagher, Mauger, Major, etc. Arrived at Poole, Feb 9 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "John", Captain Tucker.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hibernia", Captain Carty. *M'Carthy.

Jan 23, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Argo", Captain Andrews.

Jan 26, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Terra Nova", Captain Carder. Arrived at Topsham, per Feb 23 edition.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Pynson", Captain Bird/Burd.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, Captains Whitburn, Mifflin, Broad, Webber, Lundridge, Kelly, Rolls, and Teague.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Bona Venture" Captain Journeaux. *Out of Jersey. A regular Newfoundland voyager.

"Endeavour" Captain Mortimer. *Out of Teignmouth.

Feb 9, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Malaga, the vessel "Venus", Captain Child.

The "Lively", Captain Johnson, from London to St. John's, was taken by two American armed schooners, and carried into Winter Harbour. They plundered the cargo, and then suffered her to depart. She is since arrived at Halifax, where all her hands were pressed.

Feb 13, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Barbados, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Durrell.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Cadiz, the vessel "George & William", Captain Durrell.

*****The "William & Mary", Captain Griffin, of Dartmouth, is lost on the coast of France and only one man saved.

Feb 16, 1776 edition.

*****Sailed from Waterford for Jersey, the vessel "Admiral Durrell", Captain Deane.

Arrived at Malaga, from St. John's, the vessel "Badger", Captain Coward. *Out of Poole.

*****The "Mary", Captain Carter, from Bristol to Poole.

Feb 20, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Bristol, the vessel "Betty", Captain Bryant.

Per the Feb 2, 1781 edition. The "Betsey", Captain Bryan, from Antigua to Newfoundland, is put into New York, not being able to make the land.

*****Arrived at Antigua, from Bristol, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Anthony.

The "William", Captain Glascot, from Newfoundland to Dominica, is lost on the back of Ferryland Beach.

Feb 23, 1776 edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Andrews. Arrived at Poole, per Feb 27 edition.

*****Sailed from Poole for Cork, the vessel "Diana", Captain Bound.

*****The "Minerva", Captain Johnson, is arrived at Boston from Liverpool, after a passage of 16 weeks, a perfect wreck...

*****The "St. Bees", Captain Crag, from Liverpool, is arrived at Boston, after a passage of 18 weeks and 4 days...

Feb 27, 1776 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Drake", Captain Slade.

Mar 12, 1776 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels: "Mary", Captain Waterman, "Thomas", Captain Mugford; and "Polly", Captain Thombes.

*****Sailed from Portsmouth for Lisbon, the vessel "Lark", Captain Butler.

Mar 19, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from London, the vessel "Julia", Captain Lidstone.

Mar 22, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Gibraltar, from Malaga, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew. *At Gravesend from Leghorn, per April 2 edition.

Mar 29, 1776 edition.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessels: "Polly", Captain Allward; and "Penelope", Captain Heightington.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels: "Polly", Captain Efford; "Sparke", Captain Paine; and "Isabell", Captain Mudge.

Apr 2, 1776 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Dove", Captain Brinton.

Apr 5, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Julia", Captain Lidstone.

Apr 9, 1776 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Joseph", Captain Jenkins.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Bristol, the vessel "Penelope", Captain Bryan. *Sometimes captained by Heightington.

Apr 12, 1776 edition.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Providence", Edwards; and the "Harbour Grace Pqt.”, Clements.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from Chester, the vessel "Providence", Captain Edwards.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Cadiz, the vessel "Hope", Captain Butler.

The "Pike", Captain Linthorne, from Poole and Waterford to Newfoundland, is lost in the River of Waterford.

Apr 16, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived off the Isle of Wight, from Nice, the vessel "Young James", Captain Coghlan.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Ann", Squarry; and the "Julia", Lidstone.

Apr 19, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Vienna, the vessel "Mary", Captain Goodridge.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Minehead", Captain Whitborne/Whitburn.

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

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels: "Susanna", Captain Baker; "Phoenix", Captain Vibert; and "Penelope", Captain Heightington.

Apr 26, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Johannes", Captain Cheater; "Dianna", Captain Bound; and "Sukey", Captain Pike.

Apr 30, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Prince of Wales", Captain Furnace/Furneaux.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Poole, the vessel "Pelican", Captain Handcock.

May 3, 1776 edition.

*****Sailed from Poole for Waterford, the vessel "Concord", Captain Reeks.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Venus", Captain Child.

May 7, 1776 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "George & William", Pain/Paine/Payne; "Duff", Daw; "Juno", Barnes; and "Endeavour", Brixey.

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

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Ann", Captain Penson/Pinson.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Providence", Edwards; "Pelican", Edwards; "Goldwyer", Pimer; "Harbour Grace Pqt."; Clements; "Lion", Marshall; and the "Greyhound", Wittycombe/Withycombe/Widdicombe.

May 10, 1776 edition.

Portsmouth, May 7, 1776. Sailed yesterday, the following Men of War: "Preston", Commodore Hobham; "Rainbow", Sir George Collier; "Emerald", Captain Caldwell; "Brune", Captain Ferzuson; "Jersey", Captain Halsted; "Strombolo", Captain Phipps; and the "Carcase" Bomb, Captain Read. With the transports, Hessian troops, foot guards, artillery, and many victuallers, for North America.

May 14, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Gibraltar, from Topsham, the vessel "Liberty", Captain Andrews.

*****Arrived at Jamaica, from Bristol, the vessel "St. Lucea", Captain Child.

May 17, 1776 edition.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Plymouth, the vessel "Buckland", Captain Stabb. *Hunt and Stabb owned St. John's waterfront property in 1806/9.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary & Elizabeth", Captain Wills.

*****On the 5th, in the Chops of the Channel, a large fleet of transports, bound to America.

May 24, 1776 edition.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessel "Admiral Montague", Captain Kelly.

May 31, 1776 edition.

*****Sailed from Gravesend for Quebec, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Drew.

Sailed from Malaga for St. John's, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Smallwood.

Jun 4, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from London and the Downs, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Drew.

Jun 7, 1776 edition.

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

Jun 14, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Dublin, from London, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Williams.

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

*****Arrived at Rotterdam, from Whitehaven, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Giles.

Jun 28, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Portsmouth, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Williams, on the 19th.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Greyhound", Captain Withycomb.

*****Arrived at Elsingor, from Jersey, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Snow.

Jul 2, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessel "Providence", Captain Edwards.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Triton", Captain Elliot.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Exeter, the vessel "George", Captain Baker.

Jul 5, 1776 edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Labrador, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Mugford.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels: "Triton", Captain Bartlett; & "Fame", Captain Blake.

Jul 9, 1776 edition.

*****Sailed from Cork for Cagliari, the vessel "Prince Carls", Captain Daw. *Prince Charles/Carls. *Phonetic error, entry.

*****Sailed from Cork for Dungarvon, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Williams.

Jul 16, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from Rotterdam, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Giles.

Jul 19, 1776 edition.

*****Sailed from Dublin for London, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Williams.

Jul 23, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Vibert.

Jul 26, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Jersey, the vessel "Mary", Captain Vibert.

Jul 30, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Concord", Captain Reeks.

*****Sailed from Waterford for Cork, the vessel "George", Captain Sullivan.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Greyhound", Captain Withycomb.

Aug 6, 1776 edition.

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

Aug 9, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dominica, the vessel "Triton", Captain Williams.

Arrived at Harbour Grace, from Jersey, the vessel "Resolution", Captain Le Maitre.

Aug 13, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Cato", Captain Thomas Reeks. "Cato & Sukey" per: http://nl.canadagenweb.org/pw_lr1776.htm

Aug 16, 1776 edition.

The "Union", Captain Sivert, is on shore on the Bar of Durant's Island in Newfoundland, and it's feared will be lost.

Aug 20, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Seaflower", Captain Bartlett.

Aug 27, 1776 edition.

*****Sailed from Poole for Bilbao, the vessel "Richard & Mary", Captain Kemp.

Sep 3, 1776 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Codroy", Captain Adey.

Sep 6, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Neptune", Captain Syms.

*****Arrived at Gibraltar from Plymouth, the vessel "Coronation", Captain Clements. *Was the "Coronation" previously Captained by Snow?

Sep 13, 1776 edition.

The "Lively", Captain Rowe of Teignmouth, being 63 miles East of Cape Race in Newfoundland, was spoken to, and then had 40,000 fish on shore.

*A fishing vessel. A shore crew. Planters/Passengers/Servants.

Sep 24, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Guernsey from Petersburg, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Snow.

Oct 1, 1776 edition.

*****Arrived at Quebec, from London, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

Oct 4, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Goodridge. *Out of Dartmouth.

Arrived at Bay Challeur, from London, the vessel "Julia", Captain Lidstone. *Out of Dartmouth.

Arrived at Bay Challeur, from the Mediterranean, the vessel "Bona Ventura", Captain Journeaux. *Out of Jersey.

Oct 18, 1776 edition.

The "Minehead", Captain Whitborne, fishing on the Newfoundland Banks; was taken Sep 4 by the "Hawke" privateer, of 8 carriage guns and 60 men.

Oct 22, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Nancy", Captain Slanning; and "Adventure", Captain Smallwood.

Oct 25, 1776 edition.

Two American privateers are taken and carried into St. John's, Newfoundland.

The "Polly", Captain Efford, and the "Catherine", Captain Oram, are taken at Newfoundland by two American privateers.

Oct 29, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Bilbao, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Charming Nancy", Captain Winter. *Out of Jersey, a Newfoundland merchant family.

Nov 1, 1776 edition.

*****Sailed from Cork for Mahone, the vessel "George", Captain Sullivan.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Goldwyer", Captain Pimer; and "Sukey", Captain Horwood.

Nov 8, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Torbay, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Juno", Captain Farwell.

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

*****Arrived at Bourdeaux, from Cork, the vessel "George", Captain Sullivan.

Nov 12, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Bayley/Bailey.

Arrived at Bilbao, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sukey", Captain Hayward.

Arrived at Guernsey, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Canadian", Captain Renouf.

*****Arrived at Nevis, from Bristol, the vessel "Ann", Captain Baker.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Exon, the vessel "Liberty", Captain Andrews.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Antigua, the vessel "Lark", Captain Smith.

Nov 15, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Warne/Warren.

Nov 19, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Fogo", Captain Barnes; and "Lark, Captain Barnes.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Diamond", Le Visconte; "Canadian", Renouf; "Mary", Carrell/Carroll; "Princess", Anthony; "Sally", De Heaume; and the "Charming Nancy", Winter.

The "Minehead", Captain Whitburn, taken on the Banks of Newfoundland, is retaken by the "Liverpool" man of war and is arrived at Halifax.

Nov 22, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Eagle", Hogan; and the "Henry & Honoria", Brooks.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessels:

"Fanny" Captain Wood from Ferryland

"Ranger" Captain Yetman from Bay of Bulls

"Hope" Captain Hyde from Harbour Grace

The "Thomas & Sarah", Captain Keates, arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland. He was boarded about eight days ago off Cape Clear by an American privateer of 12 guns & 120 men, but as she had only passengers, the privateer would not send him to America. . . . . . 3

Nov 26, 1776 edition.

The "Triton", Captain Hookey of Poole, the "Lion", Captain Harvey, the "Flora", Captain Whitborne of Dartmouth, and the "Penguin", Captain Bussell

of Teignmouth;,sailed from Newfoundland Oct 26, bound to Spain, with fish, under convoy of the "Fox" frigate. On Nov 14 they were taken by the

"Sturdy Beggar" privateer, Captain Rolland. The captains and crews of the above vessels came home passengers in the "Betsey", Captain Widdicombe,

who arrived off Dartmouth, on Nov 22.

The "Speedy", Captain Evans, was taken on the Banks of Newfoundland Sep 18, by the "True Blue" privateer and sent to America. The "Peggy", Captain Warren, was also taken on the Banks, but released, after being plundered of anchors, cables, etc.

Nov 29, 1776 edition.

The "Molly", Captain Fox, after being taken and plundered of all her stores on the Banks of Newfoundland is arrived at St. John's.

Dec 3, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Greyhound", Captain Whittycomb.

Dec 6, 1776 edition.

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

Arrived at Cork, from St. Ubes, the vessel "Bonsin St. Ann", Captain Antony.

The "Elliot", Captain Squires, from Oporto, was taken by the "Sturdy Beggar" privateer and was retaken by the mate, who brought her into Exeter.

Dec 10, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Drake", Captain Slade.

Dec 13, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Clifton", Captain Bryan.

Arrived off Oporto Bar, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Henley.

Dec 20, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend, from St. John's, the vessel "Lovely Nancy", Captain Brown.

Arrived at Cowes, from Bay Challeur, the vessel "Julia", Captain Lidstone.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Endeavour", Captain Brixey; and "Johannes", Captain Cheater.

Dec 24, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Exeter, from Newfoundland, the vessel "George", Captain Baker.

Dec 27, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Ireland & Newfoundland, the vessel "Fame", Captain Colborne.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Penson", Captain Burd; and "Racehorse, Captain Drew.

Dec 31, 1776 edition.

Arrived at Gibraltar, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Cato", Captain Barnes.

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1777

Jan 3, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Waterford, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Griffin.

Jan 14, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Gravesend, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Admiral Montague", Captain Power.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Cadiz, the vessel "Drake", Captain Slade.

*****Arrived at Jersey, from St. Sebastians, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Vibert.

*****Arrived at Jersey, from St. Andero, the vessel "Active", Captain Giffard.

*****Arrived at Jersey, from Bilbao, the vessel "Durrell", Captain Giffard.

*****Arrived at Jersey, from Cadiz, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Corbet.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jane & Elizabeth", Captain Messervy.

Jan 17, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Appledore, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Day.

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

Arrived at Vigo, from Placentia, Newfoundland, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Hewlet.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Remon.

Jan 21, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Cowes, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Mugford.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Young Joseph", Captain Shea.

*****Arrived at Malaga, from Alicante, the vessel "John", Captain Cheater.

Jan 24, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Vigo, the vessel "Tommy", Captain Mugford.

*****The American Brig "Active", belonging to Newbury, bound to Bilbao, laden with fish, oil, and furs, brought into Plymouth.

Jan 28, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Harbour Grace Pqt.", Captain Clements.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from Jamaica, the vessels: "St. Mary's Planter", Captain Gill; and "St. Andrews", Captain Benger.

Jan 31, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Corunna, from Newfoundland, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Codner.

Feb 4, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Tom Cod", Captain Gagg.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Alicante, the vessels: "Johannes", Captain Cheater; and "Cato", Captain Barnes.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Cadiz, the vessel "William & Polly", Captain Simmonds.

*****The "Triton", Captain Brinton (out of Poole), was taken Oct 19 by two American privateers and carried into Boston.

Feb 7, 1777 edition.

The "Nancy", Captain Churchill, and the "Billy", Captain Warren, from Newfoundland to a market, are taken by the Americans.

Feb 11, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Barbados, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Jenkins.

Feb 18, 1777 edition.

*****Sailed from Bristol for Antigua, the vessel "Clifton", Captain Bryan.

*****Will extract of James Butler of Clifton, Gloucester, merchant (formerly of the Island of Antigua), dated Jan 6, 1767, proved at London on Feb 3, 1767, by partner Mr. Benjamin Graham, London merchant. No readily apparent Newfoundland connection, in James' Will.

Feb 21, 1777 edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Diana", Captain Gosling.

*****Sailed from Waterford for Jersey, the vessel "Admiral Durrell", Captain Filleull. *Elias Filleull? Later aka Fillier, at CB?? Close relative?

Feb 25, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from London, the vessel "Julia", Captain Lydstone.

The "Amy", Captain Burton, from Newfoundland to Alicante, is taken and carried into Marblehead.

*****L'Orient, Feb 14. The American privateer "Reprisal", which brought Dr. Franklin to France, has brought into our road five prizes.

Feb 28, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Corunna, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Codner.

*****Arrived at Teignmouth, from Bilbao, the vessel "Resolution", Captain Blackstone.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Prince Edward", Captain Harris.

Arrived at Vienna, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Cod Dragger", Captain Windsor.

*****Arrived at Gibraltar, from Leghorn, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Drew.

*****One of the vessels carried into L'Orient by the "Reprisal" privateer is the "Polly & Nancy", Captain Kentishvere, from Poole to Spain.

Mar 4, 1777 edition.

*****By a Letter from Captain Pickering of the "Charming Sally", a victualler, from London to New York, dated at Boston Dec. 29, there is an account

that he was taken by a rebel privateer, out from Boston.

Mar 7, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Alicante, the vessel "Concord", Captain Reeks.

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

Mar 11, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from London, the vessel "Diana", Captain Gosling.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Limerick, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Neil/Neal.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Pacquet", Captain Andrews.

*****Sailed from Waterford for Jersey, the vessel "Corbet", Captain Neal.

Mar 14, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Waterford, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Efford.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Waterford, the vessel "Julia", Captain Lydstone.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels: "Neptune", Captain Symes; and "Drake", Captain Slade.

Mar 21, 1777 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Sukey", Captain Cutler.

Arrived at Jamaica, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Unity", Captain Robinson.

Mar 25, 1777 edition.

The "Hope", Captain Price, from Newfoundland to the West Indies, was taken Jan 3, by the "Rattlesnake" privateer.

Apr 1, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Plymouth, from Leghorn, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Drew.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Diana", Gosling; "William", Webber; and the “Palliser", Henley.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Waterford, the vessel "Ann", Captain Pinson.

*****Arrived at Gibraltar, from Alicante, the vessel "Dove", Captain Daw.

Apr 8, 1777 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Triton", Captain Bartlet; and "Concord", Captain Reeks.

Apr 11, 1777 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Royal Oak", Tapley; and the "William & Mary", Codner.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "George", Captain Hayward.

*****Arrived at Baltimore, Ireland, from Leghorn, the vessel "Pinson", Captain Bird/Burd.

Apr 15, 1777 edition.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessel "Joanna", Captain Shea.

Apr 18, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Poole, the vessels: "Goldwier", Captain Sabin; and "Concord", Captain Reeks. *Goldwyer.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Charles", Captain Tapley.

*****Sailed from Waterford for Cork, the vessel "Freemason", Captain Dooly/Dooley.

The "Fox" man of war is sailed from Plymouth, with the vessels under her convoy, for Newfoundland.

Apr 22, 1777 edition.

Sailed from Plymouth for Newfoundland, the "Romney" man of war, and the rest of the convoy.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Hope", Captain Mudge.

Apr 29, 1777 edition.

The "True Britton", Captain Babb, from Newfoundland, was taken last November and carried into Boston.

May 2, 1777 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels: "Juno", Captain Barnes; abd "George & William", Captain Payne.

On April 18, the American brig, Congress privateer; "Tyrannicide", of 14 six-pounders, 8 swivels, and 120 men, took a brig ["Eagle", Captain Holloway]

from Dartmouth to Newfoundland, with a cargo worth about 600 pounds. The cargo was confiscated into the privateer, and 41 earlier privateered men were

put into the "Newfoundlandman". They parted with the privateer on the 18th, and got safe into Kinsale, the 24th of April. The muskets and cutlasses on

board the "Massachusetts" privateer, cruising with "Tyrannicide", were all French.

May 6, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Bantry, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Giles.

The "Penguin", Captain Bussel, from Newfoundland to a market, is retaken and carried into Dominica.

May 9, 1777 edition.

The "Sukey", Captain Whitewood, from Newfoundland to the West Indies, is taken by the [American] rebels.

The "Mary & Joseph", Captain Walsh, from Newfoundland to a market, was taken Sept. 28 by the "Diamond" privateer, and sent into Providence, where ship and cargo were condemned.

May 13, 1777 edition.

Five American privateers are off Cork and Kinsale, waiting for the Newfoundland and West Indies convoys.

May 16, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Isle of Wight, from Oporto, the vessel "Bacchus", Captain Robson.

*****The "Trial", Captain Brown, and the "Teresa", Captain Blackwell, of Exeter; the "Swift", Captain Clarke of Topsham; and the "Sphynx", Captain Davis of Teignmouth—all are taken by the "Tyrannicide" and "Massachusetts" privateers, and sent for Salem, except the "Trial", in which the prisoners are arrived at Dartmouth.

May 20, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Carmarthen, the vessel "Devonshire", Captain Goss.

The "Triton", Captain Hookey, from Newfoundland to a market, was taken by the "Sturdy Beggar" and carried into Salem.

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

May 23, 1777 edition.

*****Sailed from Poole for Harve, the vessel "Providence", Captain Bullock.

*****Arrived at Dublin, from Leghorn, the vessel "Pinson", Captain Burd.

Waterford, May 10. Sailed the fleet for Newfoundland, consisting of 50 sail of vessels, under convoy of the "Pegassus", sloop of war.

The bilander "Nancy", from Poole to Newfoundland; with 24 other vessels, under convoy of the "Fox" frigate.

May 30, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Barbados, from Bristol, the vessel "Clifton", Captain Brian/Bryan.

Jun 13, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Cork, the vessel "Happy Return", Captain Sparks.

Jun 17, 1777 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Carbonear", Captain Street.

Jul 4, 1777 edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Labrador, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Mugford.

*****Arrived at Dominica, from Cork, the vessel "Mary", Captain Sullivan.

*****Sailed from Waterford for Cork, the vessel "Speedwell", Captain Sullivan.

Jul 11, 1777 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Labrador, the vessel "Pinson", Captain Adams.

Jul 15, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Dublin, from Oporto, the vessel "Brothers", Captain Kelly.

Jul 18, 1777 edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Racehorse", Captain Drew.

Jul 22, 1777 edition.

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

Arrived at Newfoundland: the "Romney" man of war, from England; and the "Pegassus" man of war, from Ireland. Also arrived are the vessels/captains: "Fly", Penny, from Poole; "Active", Stone , from Poole; "Swallow", Barry, from Barbados; and the "Triton", Collingwood, from Poole and Waterford.

The "Fox" man of war, with her convoy, arrived at Newfoundland. The "Fox" was afterwards taken while on a cruise by two large privateers.

Jul 25, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels/captains: "Johannes", Cheater; "Drake", Captain ?; "Cato", Reeks; "Juno", Barnes; "Thomas", Mugford; and the "Neptune", Syms/Symes.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from the Straights, the vessels/captains: "Sally", Taverner; and the "Duff", Daw.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Ireland, the vessel "Goldwyer", Captain Sabin.

Jul 29, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Topsham, the vessel "Hope", Captain Salmon.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Exeter, the vessels: "George", Captain Baker; and "Britannia", Captain Baker.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Diana", Gosling; and the "Royal Oak", Tapley.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessel "Peter", Captain Salmon.

The "Jane" and the "Industry", of Jersey, are both taken on the Banks of Newfoundland, by the [American] rebels. *Some other vessels met the same fate.

Aug 1, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Topsham, the vessel "Neptune", Captain Bowden.

*****The "Ariadne" man of war has taken a rebel privateer, of 10 guns and 60 men, the crew consisting of 10 Americans and 50 French.

Aug 5, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Air/Ayre, the vessel "Hercules", Captain Hunter. Captain Kerr also captained Scotland – Newfoundland, in this era.

The "Charles", Captain Tapley, from Waterford, is retaken, and since arrived at Newfoundland.

Aug 8, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Dominica, the vessel "Mary", Captain Sullivan.

*****Sailed from Elseneur/Elsinore/Elsingor for Jersey, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Snow.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Palliser", Captain Henley.

Aug 12, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Johanna", Captain Shea.

Arrived at Fogo, Newfoundland, from Halifax, the vessels/captains: "Lovely Mary", Johnson; and the "Young James", Coghlan.

Aug 15, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole: the "George", Hayward; "Pheasant", Newman; "Active", Keats; "Polly", Toombs; and the "Sukey", Samson.

Arrived at Mortier, Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Hewlet.

Arrived at Placentia, Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels: "Neptune", Captain Sims; "Fame" Captain Colborn; and the "Fly", Captain Eldred.

Aug 19, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Fogo, Newfoundland, from London, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Syeds/Sydes/Sides. *Out of Dartmouth?

Aug 22, 1777 edition.

The "Juno", Captain Barnes, from Newfoundland to Poole, was taken the 19th by a privateer and carried into Bilbao.

By a letter from Jersey, dated Aug 11, advice is received that all the vessels from Jersey to the Bays of Fortune and Burin have arrived safe.

Aug 26, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend from Cork, the vessel "Three Sisters", Captain Bromley.

Aug 29, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Dublin, from Oporto, the vessel "Brothers", Captain Kelley.

*****Sailed from Dublin for Liverpool, the vessel "Hawke", Captain Dowe/Dawe.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessel "Jason", Captain Hughes.

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

*****Arrived at New York, from Bristol, the vessel "Hope", Captain Butler.

Sep 2, 1777 edition.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessel "Johanna", Captain Shea.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Joseph", Captain Brinton.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Chester, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Smallwood.

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessels: "Betsey", Captain Helling; "Ann", Captain Pinson; and "Mary", Captain Ashwig/Ashwick/Ashweek.

Sep 5, 1777 edition.

*****Sailed from Elseneur/Elsinore/Elsingor for Glasglow, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Giles.

Sep 9, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lovely Mary", Captain Johnson.

Sep 12, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Milford, the vessels: "Endeavour", Captain Mayne/Maine; and "Countess of Mexborough", Captain Main/Maine/Mayne.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Galway, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Colling/Collins. Sailed for Dungarvon, per the Sep 30 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dominica, the vessel "Gloucester", Captain Lawson.

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

Sep 19, 1777 edition.

*****Sailed from Gravesend for Cork, the vessel "Three Sisters", Captain Bromley.

Sep 30, 1777 edition.

Dartmouth, Sept. 24. The "Success", Captain French of this port, a letter of marque, bound from Newfoundland to Oporto, laden with fish, arrived in company with the "Venus", Captain Parr, and "Sarah", Captain Newby, with fish for a market. The prize master, Captain Cummings, says his vessel, the "Litchfield", of Topsham, together with 11 sail, were taken the 3rd and 4th Ult. on the Banks of Newfoundland by two American privateers, among whom are the "Peggy", Captain Warren of Topsham, the "Eleanora", Captain Bailey, the "John", Captain Foram, the "Elizabeth", Captain Cawley, all three of Dartmouth; and the ?, Captain Kelly of Waterford.

Oct 3, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Dublin, from Liverpool, the vessel "Hope", Captain Giles.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Quebec, the vessel "Catherine", Captain Littlejohn.

Oct 10, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from London, the vessel "Three Sisters", Captain Bromley.

Oct 14, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Cork, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

Oct 17, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Samson", Captain Mifflin.

Oct 21, 1777 edition.

The "Arthur & Betty", Captain Prettyjohn, and the "Eleanora", Captain Bailey, were taken fishing on the Banks by the "Pluto" and "Hancock" privateers.

The "Adventure", Captain ? belonging to Jersey, that was arrived off Bilbao, with a cargo of bacalao from Newfoundland, was seized at anchor, with a pilot on board, by the "Hawke", a rebel privateer, Captain Hibberts, who sailed out of St. Andero expressly for that end. Per Oct 28 edition: The "Adventure" is released, and the captain of the American privateer "Hawke" is ordered to pay all charges.

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Oct 24, 1777 edition.

The "William & Polly", Captain Simmonds, from Newfoundland to a market, are taken and carried into Bilbao.

Oct 28, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "George", Captain Baker; and "Goldwire", Captain Sabin.

Arrived at Vienna, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Success", Captain French.

Oct 31, 1777 edition.

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

*****Arrived at Cork, from Teignmouth, the vessel "William & Matthew", Captain Bailey.

Nov 7, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Smallwood.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Mary", Captain Tocque; "Charming Nancy", Captain Winter; "Mary", Captain Vibert; and "Revenge", Captain Richards.

*****The "Brothers", Captain Kelly, from Dublin to Oporto, is taken off the coast of Portugal.

The "Three Brothers", Captain Johnson, from Newfoundland to Barbados, is retaken and carried into Halifax.

The American "Tartar" privateer, of 24 guns and 200 men, is taken by the "Biensaisant" man of war, Captain M'Bride, and carried into St. John's.

The "Sally", Captain Marshall, from Dartmouth to Newfoundland, is taken and carried into Corunna.

Nov 11, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Royal Oak", Captain Tapley.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Mary", Captain Goodridge; and "Adventure", Captain Harrison.

Arrived at Dominica, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Greyhound", Captain Byrn.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessels: "Florian", Captain Bayley; and "Pinson", Captain ?

Nov 14, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Three Brothers", Captain Withycomb/Widdicombe.

Nov 18, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

The "George", Captain Baker, and the "Dolphin", Captain Potbury, were taken fishing on the Banks of Newfoundland.

Nov 21, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Guernsey, the vessel "William & Elizabeth", Captain Snow.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Bideford, the vessels: "Endeavour", Captain Mayne; and "Countess of Mexborough", Captain Mayne.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Packet", Captain Harris.

Nov 25, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas & Betsey", Captain Codner.

Arrived at Saltcombe, from Newfoundland, the Poole vessels/captains: "Fogo", Barnes; "Peggy", Bloomfield; "Nancy", Ford; and "Success", Stone.

*****Arrived at Lisbon, from Waterford, the vessel "Fame", Captain Murphy.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jane & Elizabeth", Captain Messervy/Messervis.

Nov 28, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Sally & Polly", Sparke; and "Hope", Mudge. From Labrador: the "Ann", Pinson.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Limerick, the vessel "Sally & Mary", Captain Roche.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Belfast, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Duncan.

Dec 2, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "George & William, Captain Pain(e)/Payne.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Carbonear, Captain Street; and "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

Dec 5, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Trial", Captain Nichols.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Grayhound", Captain Cummings.

The "Betsey", Captain Stevens, from Alicante to Newfoundland, is put into Castlehaven in Ireland, having lost her sails, sprung her mast, and otherwise much damaged in [a] beating on the coast of Newfoundland.

Dec 9, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Topsham, from Newfoundland and a market; the vessels: "Thomas", Captain Pine; and "Florian", Captain Bailey.

Dec 12, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Torbay, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Joanna & Agnes", Captain Codner.

Dec 16, 1777 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Concord", Captain Reeks.

The "Polly", Captain Alward, from Newfoundland to Dominica, is retaken and since arrived at Granada.

Dec 19, 1777 edition.

The "Merlin" man of war, from Newfoundland, is arrived at Lisbon with all the convoy.

Dec 26, 1777 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Guernsey, the vessel "Two Sisters", Captain Kelly.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain O'brian.

Arrived at Alicante, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Pinson", Captain Pinson; and "John & Betty", Captain Johnson.

Arrived at Vigo, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann", Captain Bussey.

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1779

Jan 1, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Southampton, the vessel "Mars", Captain Keen.

The "Jane", Captain Murphy, from Newfoundland to Dominica, was taken at Dominica.

Jan 15, 1779 edition.

*****Sailed from Poole, for Exeter, the vessel "Fogo", Captain Barnes.

Jan 19, 1779 edition.

The "Betsey", Captain Montgomery, of Newry, from Newfoundland for Alicante, is taken by a French privateer, and carried into Carthagena.

*****The "Betsey & Sally", Captain Kean, from Limerick for Gibraltar, is taken by the "Phoenix" American privateer and carried into Corunna.

Jan 22, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Bristol, the vessel "Clarendon", Captain Giles.

Jan 26, 1779 edition.

*****The "Triton", Captain Slade, from Alicante, is taken by two French frigates and carried into Malaga.

Feb 2, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Kitty", Captain Stone.

Arrived at Malaga, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Vigilant", Captain Bound.

Arrived at New York, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fame", Captain Eldred/Eldridge. *Out of Poole, Dorset.

Feb 5, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Gibraltar, from St. John's, the vessel "David", Captain Doyle.

Feb 9, 1779 edition.

The "Joanna", Captain ?, from Newfoundland to a market, is taken by a French privateer and sent into Lisbon.

*****The "Betsey & Sally", Captain Kean, from Limerick for Gibraltar, was taken by the "Phoenix" American privateer, and retaken by the "Nancy" of Liverpool and carried into Oporto.

Feb 12, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Civita Vechia, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Palliser", Captain Henley.

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

Feb 16, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Lisbon, the vessel "Mary", Captain Goodridge.

Feb 23, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Resolution", Captain Bowden.

Mar 2, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Dublin, from Weymouth, the vessel "Mary Ann", Captain Garland.

Mar 5, 1779 edition.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Bristol, the vessel "Dartmouth", Captain Efford.

*****Arrived at Jersey, from Cadiz, the vessel "Amelia", Captain Neel/Neal/Neil.

Mar 9, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Jamaica, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Joseph", Captain Montgomery.

Mar 12, 1779 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Abrahams.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Corunna, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Sparke.

Arrived at Jamaica, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Jenkins.

Mar 19, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Mary", Captain Edwards; "Trinity", Captain Park; and the "Cupid", Captain Rawlins.

Mar 26, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Almeria, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Young Joseph", Captain Saunders.

Mar 30, 1779 edition.

*****The "Nancy", Captain Jenkins, is put into Portgullan in Wales, by contrary winds.

Apr 2, 1779 edition.

*****Sailed from Gravesend for Quebec, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

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

*****Arrived at Plymouth, from Topsham, the vessel "Neptune", Captain Boden.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels: "Ann", Captain Rich; "Villa Nova", Captain Harvey; and the "Dartmouth", Captain Mearden.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels: "Lark", Captain Slade; "Thomas", Captain Coppyduck/Coveyduck; and the "Cato", Captain George Elford.

*****The "Concord", Captain Reeks, from Cadiz to London, was taken by 4 French men of war and retaken by a Greenock privateer and carried in there.

*****The "Good Intent", Captain Sparke, from Dartmouth for Corunna, was taken by the "American", a French privateer; and carried into Brest.

Apr 6, 1779 edition.

Sailed from Cowes for Newfoundland, the vessels: "Mary", Captain Jackson; "Peggy", Captain Alford; and the "Eagle", Captain Neale.

Apr 9, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Limerick, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Two Sisters", Captain Evans.

Apr 13, 1779 edition.

*****Remained at the Downs for Quebec, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

The "Florian", Captain Maddick, of 12 guns and 23 men; the "Byron", Captain Mortimer, of 10 guns and 14 men; and the "Success", Captain Harrick, of 14 guns

& 14 men; (letters of marque of Dartmouth ) from Lisbon for Newfoundland, with salt: were all taken March 19 by a French brig privateer, of 14 six-pounders & 110 men. After an engagement of two hours, the "Florian" had 2 men killed, the captain & 4 men wounded; the "Byron" had 2 wounded; the privateer had 7 killed, many wounded, and being much damaged went for Cadiz to refit.

Apr 16, 1779 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels: "Nancy", Captain French; and the "Pelican", Captain Handcock.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from Whitehaven, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Child.

Apr 20, 1779 edition.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessels: "Harbour Grace", Captain Clements; "Industry", Captain Flynn; and the "Sisters", Captain Dwyer.

The following sailed from Poole to join the convoy at Spithead for Newfoundland: "Carbonear", Captain Linthorne; "Nancy", Captain Northover; "Ann", Captain Ferry; "Emulation", Captain Spurrier; "Fogo", Captain Barnes; "Britannia", Captain Colborne, "Bonsil", Captain Thombs; "Mary", Captain Edwards; "Betsey", Captain Benny; and the "John", Captain Tizzard.

May 7, 1779 edition.

Arrived at St. Eustacia, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Evans", Captain Benger.

May 11, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend from Halifax, the vessel "Neptune", Captain Lidstone.

Sailed from Gravesend/the Downs, for Newfoundland, the vessel "Europa", Captain Mifflin.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Providence", Pinson; "Eagle", Neal; and the "Diana", Webber.

A ship from Lamat for Newfoundland, with salt, supposed to be the "Active", Captain Keats, is retaken and carried into Mahone.

Torbay, May 1. Arrived his Majesty's ship "Surprize", to take under convoy the ships for Newfoundland.

May 14, 1779 edition.

*****Sailed from Dublin for Liverpool, the vessel "Duke of Leinster", Captain Pinson.

May 18, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from Topsham, the vessel "Neptune", Captain Bowden.

May 25, 1779 edition.

The "Goldwyer", Captain Sabin, from Waterford to Newfoundland, was taken off Cape Clear by the "Pilgrim" American privateer.

*****The "Charlotte", privateer, Captain Matthews, with salt, from Trepany, was chased 3 days and nights by a French privateer on the Coast of Barbary, and they threw a great part of the cargo overboard. At last the crew, 17 in number; took to their boats and arrived at Malaga the 25th Ult.

May 28, 1779 edition.

*****The "Thetis", Prize to the "Evans", letter of marque, of Dartmouth, Captain Benger, is safe at the Western Islands.

The "Molly", Captain Prettyjohns, from Vienna to Newfoundland, is taken by a French frigate.

Jun 1, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Oporto, the vessel "Queen", Captain Kelly.

Torbay, Devon; May 23. Sailed Admiral Arbuthnot, with the fleet under his command, and the “Surprize”, with the ships for Newfoundland.

Jun 4, 1779 edition.

*****Sailed from Bristol for Guernsey, the vessel "William & Elizabeth", Captain Snow.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessels: "Pinson", Captain Bird/Burd; and the "Robust", Captain Payne.

*****The "William", Captain Murphy, from Waterford to Madeira, is retaken by the "Vulture" privateer and carried into Jersey.

Jun 8, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Falmouth, the vessel "Peggy", Captain Murphy.

Jun 15, 1779 edition.

The "Tartar" privateer of Cork, Captain Greatrix, was taken by the "General Mifflin", American privateer, off Newfoundland after an engagement of 9 glasses,

in which Captain Greatrix and several of his men were killed.

Jun 22, 1779 edition.

*****Sailed from Gravesend for Labrador, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Mugford.

Jul 6, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Portsmouth, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Giles.

Jul 16, 1779 edition.

The "Jane", Captain Le Couteur, from Labrador to a market, was taken in Nov. last and carried into Newbury.

Jul 20, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Gibraltar, from Waterford, the vessel "Catherine", Captain Murphy.

The "Ann", Captain Rich, and "Bonetta", Captain Fox, of Dartmouth, and two vessels of Poole, for Newfoundland, are all taken by an American privateer.

Jul 23, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Milford, the vessels: "Blessing", Captain Henley; "Joanna", Captain Williams; and "Liberty", Captain Matthews.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessels: "John", Captain Rennels/?Reynolds?; and the "Betsey", Captain Drew.

Jul 30, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Cadiz, the vessels: "David", Captain Doyle; and the "Valentine", Captain Newland.

The "Thomas", Barrow; from Appledore for Newfoundland, taken by an American privateer, and retaken by the crew and carried into Placentia, her destination.

Aug 3, 1779 edition.

The "Evans", Captain Benger, from Newfoundland for St. Eustacia and Jamaica, is taken by the "Prudent" French frigate after an hour's engagement.

Aug 17, 1779 edition.

*****Sailed from Gravesend for Jamaica, the vessel "Amity Hall", Captain Tarbut.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol and Waterford, the vessels/captains: "Sisters", Carr; "Robust", Payne; "Middleton", Cook; "Harbour Grace Pqt., Clements; and the "Industry", Morgan.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Cobbeduck. *Coveduck/Coppiduck/Coppydock/Coppidoake, etc., = Coveyduck.

*****The "Licorne" frigate has taken a French privateer of 24 guns after an obstinate engagement, in which 17 Frenchmen were killed and many mortally wounded. She also took an American privateer of 18 six pounders and carried both into St. John's, Newfoundland.

Captain Munns, of the "Ambuscade", from Newfoundland, arrived at Oporto. On that coast took a Dutchman from Marseilles to Harve de Grace, loaded with brandy, soap, and wine, and on the coast of Newfoundland took a sloop loaded with India goods.

The "Duff", Captain Daw, from Gibraltar and Cadiz to Newfoundland, is retaken by the "Martin" sloop of war and carried into St. John's, Newfoundland.

The "Active", Captain Keats, out of Poole, was burnt in St. Mary's, Newfoundland, with several others in the ports on the coast by American privateers.

*****Several Newfoundland bound vessels are generally noted as taken on route by American privateers.

Aug 24, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels: "Nancy", Captain French; "Fogo", Captain Barnes; and "Pelican", Captain Hancock.

The "Citizen", Captain Sutter, from Waterford, is arrived at Placentia, Newfoundland, after being taken by an American privateer within a few leagues of

the harbour and retaken by five men who were left on board.

Sep 3, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Speedwell", Captain Downs/Downing.

The "Duff", Captain Daw, of Poole, the "Charming Molly", Captain Mudge, and "Active", Captain Holloway, of Dartmouth were taken near Newfoundland

by the "Franklin", privateer of Salem, and sent for that place.

Sep 10, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels: "Britannia", Captain Colborne; "Fly", Captain Rogers; and the "Fame", Captain Eldridge/Eldred.

The "Elizabeth & Mary", Captain Andrews, from Poole for Newfoundland, was taken July 10th on her passage out.

*****The "Adelaide" cutter, from L'Orient for Boston, laden with yea, etc., is taken by the "Mercury", Captain Heightington, of Bristol.

*****The "Bellona" privateer, of Exeter, sailed over Teignmouth Bar on Sunday afternoon last, between two & three o’clock, and sunk between Teignmouth and

Dewlish; 36 men & 3 women were drowned.

Sep 14, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Ann", Captain Terry. *Tory?

Sep 17, 1779 edition.

*****Sailed from Lymington for Dartmouth, the vessels: "Traveller", Captain Goss; and the "Dolphin", Captain Goss.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessels: "Dianna", Captain Webber; "Friendship", Captain Prettyjohn; and the "Ceres", Captain Gibbs.

Oct 5, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Guernsey, the vessel "Mary", Captain Makey.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fogo", Captain Barnes.

Oct 8, 1779 edition.

The Brig "Sally", from Topsham to Newfoundland, is taken and carried into Boston. She sailed from Torbay, Devon, with Admiral Arbuthnot's fleet.

Oct 15, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Jamaica and Providence, the vessel "Galatea", Captain Kelly.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Badger", Captain Andrews.

Arrived at Halifax, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Raven", Captain Brine.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Chester, the vessel "Nanny", Captain Price.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Labrador, the vessel "Providence", Captain Pinson.

The "Pinson", Captain Bird/Burd, from Bristol and Cork, arrived at Labrador, is since totally lost on that island.

Oct 19, 1779 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Lark", Captain Keeping.

Arrived at Portsmouth, from St. John's, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Edwards.

Oct 22, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Three Brothers", Captain Wittycomb/Withycombe/Widdicombe.

The "Portland" and "Sibil" men of war have taken and sent into St. John's, Newfoundland, a large ship from St. Domingo, valued at 30,000 pounds.

Oct 26, 1779 edition.

Sailed from Portsmouth for Newfoundland, the "Garland" man of war, with several ships under convoy.

Oct 29, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Quebec, from England, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

The "Endeavour", Captain Whiteway, from Teignmouth to Newfoundland, was taken by the "Pilgrim" privateer and sent for America.

Nov 2, 1779 edition.

*****Sailed from Bristol for Waterford, the vessel "Johanna", Captain Keefe.

Arrived at Portugal, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Polly", Captain Cutler.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fame", Captain Eldridge.

Nov 19, 1779 edition.

*****Sailed from Gravesend for Jamaica, the vessel "Amity Hall", Captain Tarbut.

Nov 30, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Ostend, from Exon, the vessel "Leeuw"?, Captain Griffin.

Dec 3, 1779 edition.

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

The "Surprise" frigate took and carried into St. John's, Newfoundland, two privateers belonging to Congress, 1 of 20 guns, Captain Manley; and 1 of 16.

Dec 7, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Ann", Terry; "Dianna", Webber; "Friendship", Prettyjohn; and "Nancy", Wood.

Dec 10, 1779 edition.

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

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Colborne.

Dec 14, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Fanny", Whitney; "Sisters", Hutchins; "Betsey", Jarvis; "Palliser", Henley;

"Charlotte", Pidgely; "Devonshire", Scott; "Ann", Tishee; "St. Patrick", Bailey; "Mary", Goodridge; "Apollo", Prideaux; "William & Rebecca", Gibbs;

"Polly", Manley; "Mary", Jackson; "St. Francis", Leitch; "Providence", Palk; "Eagle", Neil; and the "Sarah", Newby.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Bonfill", Thombs; "Kitty", Cole; "Peggy", Bloomfield; "Poole", Widdicombe; "Sally", Bibbins;

"Samuel & Dove", Biddlecomb; "William & Betsey", Smith; "Venus", Bailey; "Mary", Pearce; "Juno", M'Kerdy/M'Curdy; "Fogo", Barnes; "Polly", Cutler;

and the "Elizabeth", Gray.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Betsey", Stone; "Diligent", Wadman; "Europa", Street; "John & Betsey", Johnson;

"Duff", Wooland; and the "Elizabeth", Bussel.

The "Fly", from Newfoundland to New York, is taken by the rebels and carried into America.

The "Charming Polly", Captain Grace, from New York, is arrived at Newfoundland after being taken and plundered by the "Terrible" privateer of Salem,

and retaken by the "Blond" frigate.

The "Triumphante", French St. Domingo ship, last from Newfoundland, laden with Indigo, coffee, etc., prize to the "Portland" man of war, is arrived at Portsmouth.

Dec 17, 1779 edition.

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

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Isabella", Captain Harris; and the "John" Galley, Captain Quick.

Arrived at Cowes, from Guernsey, the vessels: "Polly", Captain Taylor; and the "Mary", Captain Rowbottom.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from New York, the vessels: "Maria", Captain Watts; and "Maria", Captain Taylor.

Dec 21, 1779 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Benjamin", Captain Stone.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "John", Captain Tizard.

The "Bella", Captain Davies, from St. Kitts for Newfoundland, arrived in Hoylake, was blown off the coast of Newfoundland. She had thrown her guns overboard in bad weather.

*****The vessel "Cato", Captain George Elford, from Waterford for Halifax; is taken and carried into New England. *John Slade's vessel.

Dec 24, 1779 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Cork, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Cobbedock/Coveyduck.

The "Thomas", Captain Abrahams, from Newfoundland to the West Indies, was taken by the French at Granada.

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Jan 4, 1780 edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Exeter, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Griffin.

The "Johannes", Captain Cheater, and the "Lark", Captain ?, from Newfoundland to market, are taken by the "Centipede", American privateer, and sent for America.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Guernsey, the vessel "Princess of Orange", Captain Winter.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from New York, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Partridge.

Jan 14, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Cobbodock/Coveyduck.

Jan 18, 1780 edition.

Portsmouth, Jan. 17. By the "Garland" frigate, Captain Stanhope, arrived here from Newfoundland, we learn that all the merchant ships which sailed the 22nd of Oct. last for Newfoundland under her convoy arrived safe at that place after a passage of 28 days.

Jan 21, 1780 edition.

The "Carbonear", Captain Bishop, arrived at Dartmouth from Newfoundland, with fish and train oil. 30 leagues west of Scilly the vessel sprung a leak, and with great difficulty was brought in. It is imagined, a great part of the fish is damaged.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Russel", Captain Journeaux.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Cork, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain ?.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dublin, the vessel "Lovely Jane", Captain Power.

Jan 25, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Bristol, from Cork, the vessel "Hannah & Lydia", Captain ?

Jan 28, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Penzance, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Catherine", Captain Sparks.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Lisbon, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

Arrived at Kinsale, from Newfoundland, the vessel "John", Captain Jago.

Sailed from Kinsale for Dartmouth, the vessel "Countess of Effingham", Captain Sparks.

Arrived at Crookhaven, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Harbour Grace Pqt.", Captain Clements.

Feb 4, 1780 edition.

The "Susanna”, Captain Baker, from Newfoundland to England, is taken by a French frigate and carried into Brest.

Arrived at Kinsale, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Morgan.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Harbour Grace Pqt.", Captain Cummings.

Feb 11, 1780 edition.

The "Harbour Grace Pqt.", Captain Clements, with fish from Newfoundland, is retaken from the "Black Prince" by the "Elizabeth", a Bristol letter of marque.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Catherine", Captain Sparks; and "Lark", Captain Keeping.

Feb 15, 1780 edition.

The "Ann", Captain Barron, and the "John", Captain Jago, from Newfoundland, are arrived at Waterford after being taken on the coast of Ireland by the "Princess Robecque" French privateer and ransomed for 850 pounds each.

The "Badger", Captain Andrews from Newfoundland, is arrived at Cowes. In passage, bad weather obliged them to throw 200 quintals of fish overboard.

The "Unity", Captain Clarke, from Newfoundland for Poole, sunk at sea, the crew taken up by the "Betsey & Sally", Hartney, who is arrived at Portsmouth.

The "Badger", Captain Andrews, is arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland.

Feb 18, 1780 edition.

The "David", Captain Doyle, from Newfoundland, is arrived at Lisbon, with very considerable damage, having had 4 feet and a half of water in her hold

and was obliged to throw a great quantity of fish overboard.

The "Neptune", Lidstone, from Newfoundland, is arrived at Lisbon, after 34 days passage, and was obliged to throw 3 or 4 hundred quintals of fish overboard.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Portsmouth, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Giles.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Cupid", Captain Evans.

Feb 25, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland and Waterford, the vessel "Cupid", Captain Evans.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, Waterford, & Dartmouth, the vessel "Carbonear", Captain Bishop.

*****Arrived at Lisbon, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Race Horse", Captain Drew.

Feb 29, 1780 edition.

The "Lovely Jane", Captain Power, from Newfoundland, is arrived at Dublin. She had 36 days passage and met with very bad weather, in which they were obliged to throw a small part of the cargo and all the guns, except two, overboard.

*****Sailed from Poole for Youghall, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Cobbledock/Coveyduck.

Mar 3, 1780 edition.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Lisbon, the vessel "Fanny", Captain Tucker. Arrived at Torbay, per the Mar 7 edition.

Mar 7, 1780 edition.

The "Kitty", Captain Kennedy, from New York to Newfoundland, is lost.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Lisbon, the vessel "John", Captain Tizard.

Mar 10, 1780 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Cork, the vessel "Bowden", Captain Cheater.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland and Kinsale, the vessel "Industry", Captain Morgan.

Mar 14, 1780 edition.

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

Arrived at St. Eustacia from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Maria", Captain's Watts and Taylor.

Mar 17, 1780 edition.

*****The "Rose", Captain Davis, from Teignmouth to Lisbon, is taken and carried into Spain.

Mar 21, 1780 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Gosse.

*****Arrived at Dublin, from Oporto, the vessel "St. John Baptist", Captain Anthony.

Mar 24, 1780 edition.

The "Sukey", Captain Warn, sailed from Newfoundland for Lisbon, on Oct 15 last and has not been heard of since.

Mar 31, 1780 edition.

*****Sailed from Torbay for Vienna, the vessel "Fanny", Captain Tucker.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Lisbon, the vessel "Mary", Captain Goodridge.

Apr 11, 1780 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Kitty", Jeffreys; "Bonfill", Dean; "Peggy", Crouch; "Poole", Widdicomb; "Dolphin", Jenkins;

"Cupid", Slade; "Trinity", Bishop; "Wimborne", French; "Two Friends", Reeks; "Fogo", Bugden; "Venus", Bailey; "Cheesegrove", Marden; "Venus", Pitt;

"Bee", Beasant?; "Sally", Thombs; "Benjamin", Thompson; "Britannia", Rogers; and the "John", Tizard.

Apr 14, 1780 edition.

Portsmouth, Apr 11. Yesterday sailed the "Vestel" frigate to the westward, to collect and take under convoy the ships for Newfoundland.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessel "Labrador Pqt", Captain Flynn.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Sisters", Efford; "Carbonear", Parminter; "John & Betsey", Johnson; "Nancy", Ford; "Purbeck", Cutler; "Fly", Brockway; and the "Samuel & Dove", Wallis.

*****The vessel "Sisters", a brig of 160 tons and 13 men. Captain George Elford, Poole - Fogo/Twillingate, for owner John Slade.

*****1779 "Sisters" owner - John Hayter Slade. (*John Hayter Slade, Nov 1752 – Oct 15, 1783. Died of Smallpox at Fogo Island. Buried at Fogo.)

*****George Elford also captained the "Love & Unity" for John Slade, Poole - Fogo/Twillingate.

*****Elford a Poole, Dorset, Anglican family, 1770s. John Elford (Mariner) and Mary removed to Lyme Regis, 1773.

Apr 18, 1780 edition.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessel "Swift", Captain Cooke.

Sailed from Cowes for Newfoundland, the "Vestal" frigate, with 34 vessels under convoy.

Apr 21, 1780 edition.

Torbay, April 15th. Arrived his Majesty's shipvVestal, with the ships from Poole for Newfoundland, to convoy ships as are ready at Dartmouth. 4

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Betsey", Jarvis; "William & Mary", Holditch; "Experiment", Congdon; "Nancy", Whedon; "Nautilous", Hayes; and the "Polly", Manley.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Guernsey, the vessel "Admiral Durel", Captain Webber.

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

Apr 25, 1780 edition.

*****The "Race Horse", from Lisbon for Cork, is taken and carried into a French port.

May 2, 1780 edition.

*****Arrived at Oporto, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Four Relations", Captain Bryan/Brine.

May 5, 1780 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Countess of Effingham", Captain Sparke.

May 9, 1780 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Murr", Morey; and the "Providence", Palk.

May 19, 1780 edition.

Portsmouth, Tuesday, the 16th. This Morning Admiral Edwards hoisted his flag & signal on board the "Portland", for all the merchant ships for Newfoundland.

Portsmouth, Thursday, the 18th. Admiral Edwards is expected to sail on Sunday, for Newfoundland.

*****Arrived at Ostend, from Exeter, the vessel "Lyon", Captain Griffin.

May 23, 1780 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Fame", Captain Slade.

May 26, 1780 edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Guernsey, the vessel "Susanna", Captain Pine/Pyne.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Madeira, the vessel "Eagle", Captain Neil.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Squirrel", Captain Bishop.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the "L'Diseau" frigate, with 10 ships under convoy.

*****Arrived at Figuera, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Mary", Captain Goodridge.

May 30, 1780 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Garland", Eldred; "Betsey", Marsh; "Susanna", Stone; "Mary", Pearce; and the "Hope", Brinton.

Jun 2, 1780 edition.

The "Sir William Eskine", Captain M'Naught, from St. John's to Jamaica, is taken and carried into Guadaloupe.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Lockhart", Captain Goodridge.

Sailed for Newfoundland, the "Portland" man of war, the "Surprise" frigate, with several other vessels.

Jun 9, 1780 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Dartmouth", Captain Knighton.

Jun 13, 1780 edition.

The "Dianna", Captain Webber, from Lisbon to Newfoundland, is taken by the "Nymph", French frigate of 40 guns, coming from the Cape Francois.

The French burnt the "Dianna" and carried the captain and crew into Brest.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Glasgow, the vessel "Catharina", Captain Tarbut.

Jun 20, 1780 edition.

The "New-Town", Captain Brine, from Liverpool to Teignmouth, is arrived at Plymouth, after being taken off the Lizard and ransomed for 400 guineas.

*****Arrived at Oporto, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Tucker.

Jun 30, 1780 edition.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Dartmouth", Captain Giles. *Taken & ransomed on the return voyage for 60 pounds.

Jul 7, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Baker.

Jul 28, 1780 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann", Captain Niccols.

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

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Youghall, the vessel "Catharine", Captain Fortescue.

Aug 1, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from New Providence, the vessel "Empress of Russia", Captain Harvey.

Aug 4, 1780 edition.

The "Penguin", Captain Grant, from the Leeward Islands to Newfoundland, arrived at St. John's and discharged part of her cargo. In her passage to Placentia was taken by an American privateer.

Aug 8, 1780 edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Atkins.

Aug 11, 1780 edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Bee", Captain Clark.

Aug 15, 1780 edition.

The "Industry", Captain Goss, arrived at Scilly, from Newfoundland. Sailed the 7th Ult. and on the 9th spoke with the "Fame", Captain Slade, one of Admiral Edwards' convoy.

The "Bennet", Captain Mauger ( Major ), from Jersey to Newfoundland, was taken by the "Compte de Maurepas" privateer and carried into Cherburg.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Plymouth, the vessels: "Polly", Captain Goodridge; and the "Ceres", Captain Bowden.

*****Arrived at Limerick, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Ann", Captain Bailey.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels: "Benjamin", Captain Stone; and the "Trinity", Captain Bishop.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessel "Peter & John", Captain Owen.

Aug 25, 1780 edition.

Sailed from Bristol for Newfoundland, the vessel "Judith", Captain Keefe.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Fly", Captain Brockway; and the "Industry", Captain Goss.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels: "Purbeck", Captain Cutler; and the "Peggy", Captain Crouch.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Barbados, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Sim.

Aug 29, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels: "Susan", Captain Stone; and the "Carbonear", Captain Pearce.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Youghall, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Cobbeduck.

*****(Some Christchurch/Milton/Lymington, Hampshire geographical surname spelling variations: Copidocke/Copeduck/Coppydoake/Coveyduck)

Sep 1, 1780 edition.

The "Lovely Jane", Captain Power, from Dublin to Newfoundland, was taken June 15 by two American privateers and sent to America.

The "Mary", Captain Jackson, arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, has been taken by the French and retaken by Admiral Geary's fleet.

*****The "Betsey", Captain Bowes, from Whitehaven to Quebec, put into Bay of Bulls. On May 4, carried away her masts and met with other damage.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Minerva", Captain Fileul/Filleul. *Later in CB, Fillier?

Sep 5, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Catharine", Captain Russell; and the "John", Captain Tizard.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bermuda, the vessel "Lovely Bett", Captain M'Donald.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Chester, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Price. *Price, Chester, and Newfoundland are long connected.

Sep 8, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Oporto, the vessel "Emulation", Captain Pomeroy.

Sep 12, 1780 edition.

Part of the fleet bound to Quebec that put into St. John's sailed from thence July 27 under convoy of the "Maidstone" frigate.

A vessel from Fayal to Quebec wintered at Newfoundland and sailed from thence in the spring, the "Success", Captain Monteith?, is taken by an American privateer.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels: "Hope", Captain Brinton; and the "Mary", Captain Pearce.

Sep 15, 1780 edition.

*****The Cargo of the "Post de Bourdeaux", Captain Martinus de Lange, from Marseilles to Harve de Grace, taken some time since by the "True Briton" privateer, Captain Durrell, and sent into Lisbon. It has there been sold without any legal process.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Waterford, the vessel "Joanna", Captain Keafe/Keefe.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Goss.

Sep 19, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Barbados, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Nancy", Captain Sim; and "Happy Return", Captain Stamper.

Sep 22, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "John & Betsey", Captain Johnson.

Sep 26, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "John", Captain Tizard; and "Little Peter", Captain ?Catcut?

Oct 3, 1780 edition.

*****Portsmouth, Oct 2. By the "Fairy", which arrived here on Saturday, we learn that as she and the "Vestal" were cruising on the Newfoundland station, they fell in with and took an American packet, on board of which was Mr. Laurens, President of the Congress, going to France. The packet of letters was thrown overboard, but a great part of them were recovered without any damage and landed at Dartmouth with Captain Keppel, who proceeded immediately to London. Mr. Laurens, it is said, was likewise landed at Dartmouth. . . . . . . . . . . 5

Oct 6, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessels: "Ann", Captain Nicols; and the "Betsey", Captain Atkins.

Oct 10, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Portugal, the vessel "Sally", Captain Baker.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Barbados, the vessel "Lovely Lass", Captain Barnes.

Oct 13, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fly", Captain Harvey.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Smaragada", Captain Brine.

Oct 27, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Poole", Captain Widdicomb(e).

Nov 7, 1780 edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Lisbon, the vessel "Sacramento", Captain Anthony.

Nov 10, 1780 edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Exon, the vessel "Forrester", Captain Griffin.

Nov 14, 1780 edition.

The "Prosper", Captain Butler, from New York to Newfoundland, was taken by an American privateer and the captain landed at the Bay of Bulls.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sandwich", Captain Way. (Recently, the Way family owned fish plants on the Bonavista Peninsula.)

*****Sailed from Poole for Jersey, the vessel "St. Charles", Captain Messervy.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Bell", Captain Clarke.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from New York, the vessel "Lady Howe", Captain Studdy.

Nov 17, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Labrador, the vessel "Providence", Captain Pinson.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Betsey", Drew; "John & Grace", Phillips; "Lady Howe", Studdy; and the "Sally & Polly", Field.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Cupid", Slade; "Commerce", Penny; and the "George, Summers.

Poole, Nov 17. The whole convoy from Newfoundland is arrived this morning in the bay, in 16 days.

Arrived at Portsmouth, from Newfoundland and Lisbon, the "Vestal" frigate.

Arrived at Greenock, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Susie", Captain Crawford.

Nov 21, 1780 edition.

The "Earl of Grenville, Captain Welsh, from London to Quebec, is put into St. John's in Newfoundland in distress.

Arrived at Chester, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Price.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Guernsey, the vessel "William", Captain Clive. *Cleeves?

Arrived at Topsham, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Squid", Captain Hallohan. *Hollahan. *Hellahan.

*****Arrived at Torbay, Devon,; from Nantz, a cartel. (Cartel vessel -prisoner of war exchange vessel.)

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Providence", Captain Clarke.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Commerce", Penny; "Britannia", Rogers; "Twillingate", Chester?; "William & Betsey", Edmonds;

"Samuel & Dove", Biddlecomb(e); "Fanny", Coombs; "Lark", Bailey, "George", Summers; "Fame", Slade; "Fogo", Budgen; & the "Squirrel", Bishop.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Phoenix", Captain Webber. Sailed for Halifax the 11th Ult.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessels/captains: "Lucea", Miller; and the "Judith", Carew.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Quebec, the vessel "George", Captain Major. *Consider spelling variations, Mauger/Meagher/Maher/Mayor, etc.

Nov 24, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Betsey", Oxford; "Susan", Taverner; "Betsey", Atkins; "Brother", Elford; "Charlotte", Mortimore; "Sally", Stone; "Hare", Roxborough; "Sally", Thombs; "Carbonear", Pearce; "Thames", Newstead; "Europa", Street; "Polly", Colborne; "John & Betsey", Johnson; "Ranger", Waldron; "Margaret & Mary", Sutton; "Maria", Ingram; "Mary", Glascot; "Kingston", Spence; "Dolphin", Stanworth; "Betsey", Marsh; "Diligence", Cole; "Kitty", Jeffery; "Nautilous", Walcott; "Experiment", Congdon; "Honoria", Hunderhay; "Mary", Bridgood; & the "Cheesegrove", Marsden.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Barbados, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Wood.

Nov 28, 1780 edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Guernsey, the vessel "Admiral Durrell", Captain Boteleir/Butler.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Ark", Squires; "Rose", Cummings; "Sally", Barker; "Benjamin", Thompson; "William", Smith;

"Lord North", Brown; "Dispatch", Potbergh; and the "Garland", Froud.

Dec 1, 1780 edition.

*****Arrived at Guernsey, from Bristol, the vessel "William & Mary", Captain Snow.

Dec 5, 1780 edition.

*****Sailed from Cowes for Cork, the vessel "Love & Unity", Captain White.

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

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sisters", Captain Elford.

Dec 15, 1780 edition.

The "Thomas", Captain Coppeduck/Coveyduck, from Newfoundland, is taken on the coast of Portugal by a Spanish privateer.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessel "St. Patrick", Captain Hurley.

Dec 19, 1780 edition.

The "John", Captain Keenan, from Newfoundland to Waterford & Liverpool, is put into Dublin in distress and must be repaired.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Success", Captain Hingston(e). *Associated with Whiteway_"Ceres".

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Butler.

Dec 22, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nautilous", Captain Henderson.

Dec 26, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Champion", Sparkes; "Resolution", Blackstone; "Active", Jago; "Countess of Effingham", Sparkes.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessel "Henry", Captain Reeks.

Dec 29, 1780 edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland the vessels: "Mary", Captain Pearce; and the "David", Captain Doyle.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hope", Captain Brinton.

Arrived at Figuera, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Trinity", Captain Bishop.

*****Arrived at Ostend, from Poole, the vessel "Gustavus Adolphus", Captain Akerman.


Endnotes:

  1. 1.
    Surnames Tucker, Griffin & Tapley, as included in this listing; are otherwise associated.

    *1699 & 1700. Stephen Tucker of the "Rebeckah" at Port de Grave, from Teignmouth & Topsham.

    Masters of Fishing Ships at Newfoundland in 1708. At St. John's. Stephen Tucker, in the ship "Expedition", 140 tons, 20 men, 6 guns, 900 Quintals of Fish.

    Out of Exon (Exeter), and bound to market at Exon. CO 194/4 folio 259.

    http://www.shade.id.au/Brimx/Brimx1.htm

    #3. Devon Record Office Z8/1/13. 19 August 1796 36 George III. Former reference: DD49297.

    (2) William Tucker of West Teignmouth, gent., only son, heir at law, and administrator of the goods, of Stephen Tucker, late of the same place,

    who died intestate and was surviving trustee under the Will of William Tapley of West Teignmouth, dec'd., of a term of 500 years created by

    the said Will for raising £60.

    Stephen Tucker and Catherine, had Stephen Tucker bap, Jan 22, 1712, at West Teignmouth, Devon.

    Samuel Giles wed Catherine Tucker Jan 22, 1730 at Saint Mary Arches, Exeter, Devon, England. *Wed in the parish of the groom?

    Samuel Giles? and Catherine Tucker had bap at West Teignmouth, Devon:

    Jane Jan 25, 1731 wed John Butler, March 6, 1753, at West Teignmouth. (*Tucker at Port de Grave, pre this marriage.)

    Henry Jan 14, 1733

    Samuel Aug 22, 1735

    Stephen Tucker wed Johannah Squeery on Nov 28, 1734, at Wolborough and Newton Abbot. Children bap at West Teignmouth:

    Joan 1735

    Mary 1736 wed John Davy, 1766 at West Teignmouth? Davis.

    William 1739 wed Elizabeth Griffin, 1776. The son, William Tucker, drowned at sea voyaging from Newfoundland.

    Robert 1742

    Agnes 1744

    James 1749

    http://www.thepeerage.com/p22365.htm#i223647

    *William Tucker wed Elizabeth Griffin April 13, 1776, at St. Saviours, Dartmouth, Devon.

    Robert Squarry and his second wife Agnes Braddon, had 7 children.

    1. Joanna born 1714 wed Stephen Tucker, in 1734.

    2. Agnes born 1716 wed Nicholas Watts, had one son Nicholas.

    3. William

    4. Robert (III) born 1719 wed Amy Tozer. Their son, William Squarey, wed Elizabeth ?, and had six children. (A Newfoundland family.)

    5. Timothy born 1722

    6. John born 1728

    7. Mary born ? wed 1st William Pitts, Mariner; 2nd Thomas Matthews.

    FAMILY RECORDS AND PEDIGREES. COMPILED BY LAVINIA M. SQUAREY. 1909.

    "Old Stephen Tucker (husband of Joanna Squarry), of Teignmouth, great grandfather to Robert Tucker, of Ashburton. William Tucker, his son, was a Newfoundland merchant. Andrew Griffin Coard, bap Sep, 1778, and William were William's two sons, who lived with their grandfather, Stephen, whilst their father was on his voyages. William became a sailor, was taken prisoner by the French... He afterwards sailed from Newfoundland, and the ship was never heard of."

    *Consider John Tucker at Port de Grave, CB, late 1700's.

    "John Tucker, a native of Teignmouth, England, who settled at Ship Cove, Newfoundland, about 1765."

    In 1801 Mr. Tucker was officially appointed a school-master of the S.P.G., for which he received an annual remuneration from the Society.

    http://www.therooms.ca/archives/ Tucker family fonds, MG 382. 1763-1880

    In the possession of the Tucker family, until it was donated to the Provincial Archives in 1958; by John Tucker of Port de Grave.

    Consists of legal documents relating to land and property, wills, and correspondence of the Tucker family of Ship Cove and Port de Grave, Conception Bay.

    Documents include purchase and transfer of land at Port de Grave and Ship Cove, boundaries of fishing rooms, probate of will of Charles Tucker

    and will of John Richards (1763, 1806-1880).

    Also includes two volumes of manuscript receipts for fish sold [ca. 1770, ca. 1788] and two social letters to Grace Tucker, Port de Grave (1823, 1830).

    2.

    Apr 29, 1774 edition.

    Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Goldwyer", Captain Pymer/Pimer. Out of Poole, Dorset.

    The Poole Lester family, owned the vessel "Goldwyer". Isaac Lester's brother, John Lester, an iron and timber merchant, died Aug 28, 1775, aged 74 years.

    John Lester wed Elizabeth Goldwire on April 9, 1725, Christchurch, Hampshire. (Elizabeth Goldwyer Lester, born circa 1686, a dau of William Goldwire Esq. *Captain William Goldwyer and Elizabeth Fisher. Elizabeth Goldwyer Lester died Nov 8, 1770, aged 84 years. )

    "The Christchurch men" and "The Bridport men" were available sources of labour for the Newfoundland merchant Lester family.

    Undoubtedly, Lester's influential kin, the Goldwyers, assisted with the local Christchurch labour recruitment for the Newfoundland fishery.

    3.

    Nov 22, 1776 edition.

    "Thomas & Sarah", Captain Keates, arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland. An unusual example of passengers being the "only" cargo, Newfoundland to England. *Consider the American declared War of Independence, in mid 1776, vs. Loyalists. Was Keats simply taking passenger fares for profit, as opposed to a cargo of codfish and train oil? Captain of a contracted transport vessel for passengers?

    4.

    Apr 21, 1780 edition.

    His Majesties Ship "Vestal" was employed as security for English vessels, which would voyage to the Newfoundland plantation.

    Early Newfoundland was not an official parliamentary legislated English/British colony. There were no Newfoundland citizens until after 1824. There was no framework, for parish, priest, banns, etc., in early Newfoundland history. Marriage in early Newfoundland, clandestine yes (a marriage conducted by an ordained clergyman, but without banns or licence), was performed under English common law, tradition, and practice, which breached the canon law. It was a civil function, as opposed to adhering to the Church of England and Catholic rules of banns, etc. Legal by civil standard, and officially recognized as such, after Newfoundland became a legislated colony of Britain.

    Newfoundland was in effect a cod fishery worksite preserve, claimed and held by the English Crown. A low investment, long-term, lucrative trade.

    One could fish at the pleasure of the English Crown, but settlement/residency of “planters”, was officially discouraged. Settlement probably in most cases amounted to “squatting on Crown lands”. *It is noted here that squatting on Crown lands is still common today, in 2015.

    The Newfoundland cod fish was used at European seaports to trade for fruit, wine, salt, money, etc., which were returned to England.

    The practically free cod fish at Newfoundland was worth more to the English Crown than all the gold of Mexico was worth to the Spaniards.

    The gold was but a cash grab. The cod fish in Newfoundland filled English and foreign bottoms for centuries.

    Home economics was in the driver's seat, in 15th, 16th & 17th centuries England. English West County fishermen and mayors petitioned Parliament that Newfoundland remain a fishing preserve; otherwise, the West County trade would be affected, and townsfolk would be without their regular employment in the Newfoundland fishery. Thus without their livelihood/bread on the table. Those resident planters were troublesome and

    unnecessary, they petitioned.

    The history of Newfoundland... Oldmixon, John, 1673-1742. Pages 19 & 20. Published 1741?

    "...for a ship of 100 Tons, with the Charge only of Victuals and Fishing-tackle for 20 Hands, shall bring to market, in Portugal, Spain, or Italy,

    3000 Pounds worth of Fish, and clear at least 2000 Pounds to the Proprietors..."

    5.

    Oct 3, 1780 edition.

    When mother country England/Britain wanted better economic returns from the American colonies, and to keep the early colonies subservient to the British economy, the Americans rebelled, conducted a War of Independence, and concurrently sought out French help for their cause, as evidenced per Lloyd's listings.

    A correlation is seen in the mid 1670's, when Newfoundland inhabitants threatened to settle among the French in Newfoundland. A radical idea? The inhabitants were about to lose both their trade/income, and homes/properties. In the 1670s the English Parliament, swayed by the West County Newfoundland fishing interest's petitioning, created legislation to have Sir John Berry begin the removal process of permanent Newfoundland planters/settler/residents. The inhabitants had been “represented” as tearing down departed West County fishermen’s stages, wharves, etc., at Newfoundland. Troublesome and unnecessary. Later, Sir John Berry gave proof to Parliament that such a misrepresentation was in fact false. Proof was given that departing West County migratory fishermen tore down their own stages to avoid having other early arrived British vessels/admirals/fishers taking and using their former “fishing rooms”, rooms they had built with their own hands.

    Unnecessary and troublesome these planters were, the West County fishing interests had petitioned over the decades. In 1676, and again in 1677, the migratory fishers from England, feeling backed by the English Parliament’s decision to have the settlers removed from Newfoundland, destroyed much of the effects of the Newfoundland planters and drove some from their coastal "rooms", being illegally settled within six miles of the sea, as was conjectured by many voyaging West. Newfoundlanders protested that if forced to leave their settlements, property and livelihood—and some of them were legally settled—they would come home to England, effecting economic hardship on their respective home parishes. Otherwise, they would simply settle among the French in Newfoundland.

    The English West County fishing interests had almost usurped the early planter's legal right to their Newfoundland rooms/properties. It took John Downing, inhabitant, along with Sir John Berry and plural other naval commanders having experience in Newfoundland, to reveal the truth to Parliament. The West County fishing interests’ charges against the settlers were not found to be entirely correct. Would the Newfoundland settlers legal right to property/rooms be usurped? Such would be a radical departure for Britain, whose history had enshrined the rights of its citizens to their properties. A better understanding of the true nature of the Newfoundland settlers induced Parliament to reverse the recent settler removal policy, allowing them to stay, the British Parliament, being always mindful that the French might decide to lay ulterior legal claim to Newfoundland. The French, who took greater care to treat their Newfoundland plantation more as a colony than Britain, thereby may have held a more valid legal claim. Were these early French settlers in Newfoundland Protestant? How many of the early British settlers in Newfoundland were Protestant?

    6.

    *The listing above as extracted from Lloyd’s List’s - hasn’t been cross referenced, with Lloyd’s Registers.    As example, see the Aug 13, 1776, entry.


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