1791 – 1800 Voyages, to and from Newfoundland

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1791 – 1800 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. (Note: This listing may contain contractions, spelling and/or transcription errors. Correction or improvement is possible in certain cases). While I have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there may be errors.


1791

Jan 4, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Alicant, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Swift", Captain Ash.

Jan 7, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann", Captain Ryan.

Jan 14, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Catharine", Captain Andrews.

Arrived at Fowey, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Pearcey.

Arrived at Vigo, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ashley", Captain Tullock.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/Captains: "Beaver", Stokes; "James", Satchwell; & "Beaver", Pope.

Jan 18, 1791, edition.

The "Tryphena", Captain Colburn, from Newfoundland, is on shore in Cadiz Bay, and it is feared will be lost. *Colbourne, Poole/Fogo/Twillingate.

The "Neptune" of Dartmouth, from Bay of Bulls to Naples; had lost her Masts, and proceeding on her voyage under Jury Masts. *Captain Atkins?

Arrived at Ancona, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hero", Captain Tapley.

*****Arrived at Barcelona, from Leghorn, the vessel "Fame", Captain Slade. *Slade, Poole/Fogo/Twillingate.

Jan 21, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived off Poole, from Alicant, the vessel "George", Captain Pack.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/Captains: "Kitty", Miller; "Ann & Francis", Mullony; "William", Monks; & "Active", Kemp.

Jan 25, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Alicant, the vessel "George", Captain Pack.

*****The "Swift", Captain Ash, from Alicant to Newry, is on shore near Wexford.

The "Britannia", Captain Furley, arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland; after throwing 1/3 of her cargo overboard. The remainder was discharged, and in going to be repaired, the vessel overset, and is condemned.

*****Arrived at Genoa, from Leghorn, the vessel "Live Oak", Captain Coggan.

Jan 28, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dispatch", Captain Goss.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Bilboa, the vessel "Brothers", Captain Sparks.

Feb 1, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessels/Captains: "Augusta", Mudge; & "Amy", Gaylor.

Arrived at Naples, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hope", Captain Symes.

Feb 18, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Bee", French; & "Lark", Furnel(l).

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Vannes, the vessel "Twilight", Captain Codner.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/Captains: "Fame", Blake; "Ashley", Tullock; & "Syren", Partridge.

*****{ 1783. April. Customs 65/2. Captain William Tucker of the "Syren". Plantation Certificate. Dartmouth. }

*****The "Syren" captained by Tucker during the 1780's. Later captained by Partridge?

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Friendship", Drew; & "Andromache", Symes.

Feb 22, 1791, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Henry", Captain Penn. *Pynn?

Arrived off Oporto, from Newfoundland & Waterford, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Roche.

Feb 25, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Alicant, the vessel "Susan", Captain Cheater. Cheater, Poole/Fogo/Twillingate.

Mar 4, 1791, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend, for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Lord Dorchester", Hubbert; & "George", Pack.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Henry", Captain Penn.

Mar 8, 1791, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hudson", Whittle; & "Chamont", Shephard.

Mar 11, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from London, the vessel "George", Captain Pack.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Industrious Bee", Green; "Dispatch", Gosse; & "Chance", Robins.

Mar 15, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from Ivica, the vessel "Fame", Captain Slade.

Arrived at Madeira, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Elizabeth", Carpenter; & "Three Brothers", Drew.

Mar 18, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Dover, from Genoa, the vessel "Live Oak", Captain Coggan.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Cadiz, the vessel "Tryphena", Captain Colborne.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Lark", Furnell; "Commerce", Green; "Nancy", Symonds; "Myrtle", Lander; & "Pomona", Pattick.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Bilboa, the vessel "Lively", Captain Niccols.

*****Arrived at Stangate Creek, from Leghorn, the vessels/captains: "Live Oak", Coggan; & "Rainbow", Coward.

Mar 25, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Genoa, the vessel "Live Oak", Captain Coggan.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Industry", Pike; "Catharine", Andrews; "Apollo", Swayne; & "Industry", Matthews.

Apr 1, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Trepany, the vessel "Swift", Captain Pike.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the: "Beaver", Stokes; "Lark", Hookey; "Love & Unity", Spencer; "Stag", Purdy; & "Hazard", Biddlecombe.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Peep of Day", Milward; "Hagdown", Codner; "Twilight", Codner; & "Liberty", Prowse.

Apr 8, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from St. Ubes, the vessel "Three Brothers", Captain Daw. ?Drew? *Note May 15, 1772 ?parallel error? *Note Jun 29, 1798, entry.

Apr 12, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Poole, the vessels/Captains: "Fame", Andrew; & "Love & Unity", Spencer.

Apr 15, 1791, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Active", Kemp; "Lark", Spencer; "Dove", Allen; & "Thomas", Pudner.

Apr 22, 1791, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the: "Neptune", Dowland; "Rover", Adey; "Samuel & Dove", Vallis; "Joseph", Mifflin; & "Susan", Cheater.

May 6, 1791, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hope", Knight; "Betsy", Emery; & "Fame", Slade. The "Swift", Reeks, for the Labrador.

May 27, 1791, edition.

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

Jun 7, 1791, edition.

The "Jane & Elizabeth", Captain Kavannagh, from Waterford for Newfoundland.

The "Swift", Captain Reeks, from Poole for Newfoundland.

Sailed from the Downs for Newfoundland, the vessel "William", Captain Sweetland.

Jun 10, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Ostend, from Topsham, the vessel "Venus", Captain Eales.

Jun 14, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from London, the vessel "Blandford", Captain Anstey.

*****Arrived at Dover, from London, the vessel "Countess of Mexborough", Captain Crawford.

Jun 17, 1791, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "George", Captain Keates.

Jun 21, 1791, edition.

*****The "Sally", Captain Durel ( Durrell ), from London to Port au Prince, is lost in the West Indies.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Pelican", Captain Harrison.

Jul 1, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Oporto, the vessel "William", Captain Mahoney.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Cadiz, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Barnes.

Jul 5, 1791, edition.

The "Dispatch", Captain Litton, from Topsham to Newfoundland, foundered at Sea.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Myrtle", Captain Lander.

Arrived at Newfoundland the vessels/captains: "Eagle", Richards, from Bristol; "Mary", Litten, from Teignmouth; "Prince of Wales", Danson, from the Straights; "Olive Branch", Tesseir; "Syren", Partridge; & "Dispatch", Downing; from Dartmouth; "Cabot", Tite; "Chance", Bishop; "Catharine", Andrews; "Lark", Hookey; "Rover", Adey; & "Pomona", Pattick; from Poole.

Arrived at Lisbon the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Torrie, from Newfoundland.

*****Arrived at Port au Prince, from Poole, the vessel "Mentor", Captain Thombs.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Andromache", Captain Symes.

Jul 8, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Hull, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Hurrel. *(Hurrell/Earle).

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hazard", Biddlecomb(e); "Bee", Moreton/Morcom; & "Swan", Handcock.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "David", Smith; & "Shelburne", Andrews.

Arrived at Newfoundland the vessels/captains: "Hudson", Whittle; "Diligent", Akerman; "Neptune"; Dowland, "Susan", Cheater; & "Fame", Blake; from Poole.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Barbadoes, the vessel "Swan", Captain Hancock.

Jul 12, 1791, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend, for Newfoundland, the vessel "Live Oak", Captain Heard.

Arrived at Clyde from St. John's, the vessel "Argyle", Captain Wylie.

Arrived at Newfoundland the vessels/captains: "Joseph", Mifflin, from Poole; & "Chilcomb", Kavannagh; from Ross, Ireland.

Jul 15, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Mercury", Pearce; "Hook & Lines", Sealey; "Bonito", Hayes; & "Nautilous", Tipper.

Jul 22, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland the vessels/captains: "Hope", Harvey, from Alicant; & "Fogo", Ash, from Waterford.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Chilcomb", Kavannagh; "Princess Royal", Henley; & "Olive Branch", Tessier.

Jul 26, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Bay Chaleur from Jersey, the vessels/captain: "Swift", Alexander; & "Hilton", Fillieul.

Arrived at Vigo, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Favourite", Bulley; & "Henry & Charles", Goodridge.

Jul 29, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Labrador, the vessel "Charlotte", Captain Richards.

*****Sailed from Poole for Cadiz, the vessel "North Britton", Captain Pike.

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Sprightly Packet", Ashwick; "Regulator", Hine; & "Providence", Way.

Aug 9, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Favourite", Bully; & "Henry & Charles", Goodridge.

Aug 16, 1791, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Snelling.

Aug 23, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Friends", Captain Clift.

Aug 26, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessel "Prince William Henry", Captain Gibbs.

Sep 2, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Dartmouth, and Newfoundland, the vessel "Swallow", Captain Lyon.

Sep 27, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Cowes, from Bonavista, the vessel "New Concord", Captain Martin.

Oct 7, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Salerno, from Topsham, the vessel "Caster & Polleaux", Captain Codner.

Oct 11, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Alicant, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dove", Captain Skinner. ( ?Same vessel "Dove", out of Poole; as captained by Allen? )

Oct 25, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Alicant, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Freedom", Captain Spencer.

Oct 28, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Labrador, the vessel "Commerce", Captain Pack.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Oporto, the vessel "Industry", Captain Neck.

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

Nov 1, 1791, edition.

The "Neptune", Captain Atkins, from Dartmouth to Newfoundland, foundered at Sea, the 4th Instant. Crew Saved.

Nov 8, 1791, edition.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Oporto, the vessel "Industry", Captain Neck.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Oporto, the vessel "William", Captain Mahony.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Oporto, the vessel "Swallow", Captain Lyon.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessel "Friends", Captain Clift.

Arrived at Bilboa, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Brothers", Captain Sparkes.

Nov 11, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Cabot", Captain Tite.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Jersey, the vessel "Ann & Mary", Captain Durel.

Arrived in the Downs, from St. John's, the vessel "Liberty", Captain Kemp.

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

Arrived at Malaga, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Apollo", Mitchel; "Princess Royal", Jolliffe; & "George", Keates(Keats).

Nov 15, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Stag", Captain Cornish.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "William & Agnes", Rowe; & "Ann", Cooke.

*****Arrived at Oporto, from Southampton, the vessel "Montreal", Captain Patton.

Arrived at Ancona, from Newfoundland, the vessel "London", Captain Dawson.

Nov 18, 1791, edition.

The "Mary & Susannah", Captain Le Motte, late Baker; from Newfoundland to Naples, with a cargo of fish, was burnt to the water's edge. The 19th of October, in the Harbour of Great Bruin, Newfoundland. Crew saved.

The "Fortune", Captain Cawley, blown from the Banks of Newfoundland, is arrived at St. Ubes, in Distress.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hope", Bowden; "Collector", Carswell; "Swallow", Gibbs; "Unity", Wood; "Brothers", Efford; "Nancy", Brand; "Hagdown", Codner; "Balloon", Dasper; "Lark", Luscombe; "Industry", Narramore & "William & Agnes", Rowe.

*****Arrived off Dartmouth, from Spain, the vessel "Alfred", Captain Sparks.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Stag", Cornish; "Industry", Dall; & "Dove", Allen.

Arrived at Alicant, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "David", Smith; & "Apollo", Mitchell.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Oporto, the vessels/captains: "Hawke", Vickers; & "Mercury", Pearce.

Nov 22, 1791, edition.

The "Swansea", Captain Jones, New York to Newfoundland, is lost at Quiberon Island(?Quirpon?/Carpoon?). Part of the Cargo saved. ?Quiberon, Brittany?

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Polly", Rich; "Noddy", Aylward; "Bee", Line; "Dispatch", Downing; & "Elizabeth", Ford.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Commerce", Green; "Wexford", Roche; & "Clement", Sheppard.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hero", Captain Tapley.

Arrived at Naples, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Squirrel", Captain Critchel.

Arrived at Nice, from Labrador, the vessel "Charlotte", Captain Richards.

Nov 25, 1791, edition.

The "Alexis", Captain Dyer, is lost at Labrador, with part of her homeward Cargo on board.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Vigilant", Captain Downing: & "Providence", Captain Godfrey from Labrador.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Joseph", Mifflin; "Chance", Bishop: & "Swift", Reeks from Labrador.

Nov 29, 1791, edition.

The "Henry", Captain Barrow, is lost off Placentia Harbour.

Dec 2, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Priscilla", Head: "Little Harry", Mouchmore; "Mary", Wood; & "Phillippa", Stevens.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the: "Industry", Matthews; "Dispatch", Gosse: "Love & Unity", Slade; "Commerce", Green; & "Stag", Purdy.

Arrived at Cork, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hercules", Drake; & "Elizabeth", Hannaford.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Jersey, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Messervey.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Mary", Smith; "Mercury", Pearce: "George", Brooks; "Fogo", Ash; "Adventure", Redstake;

"Diligence", Whiteway; "William", Sweetland; "Cumberland", Morey; & "Mary Ann", Holman.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Squid", Townsend; & "Susannah", Niccols.

Dec 6, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Kitty", Elmes; & "Lively", Codner.

Dec 9, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Bristol, the vessels/captains: "Peep of Day", Milward; & "Elizabeth", Carpenter, from Newfoundland.

Arrived at Ancona, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hope", Captain Knight.

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

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Henry & Charles", Captain Goodridge.

Dec 13, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Active", Kemp; & "Horse-Shoe Club", Symes.

Dec 16, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Mercury", Pearce: & "Olive Branch", Tesseir.

Arrived at Carthagena, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Charleston", Captain Rolles/Rolls. *Out of Poole.

Dec 20, 1791, edition.

The "Kenton", Captain Teague, from Oporto to Newfoundland, sprung a leak, and is put back into Dartmouth. After being three months at sea.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Alicant, the vessels/captains: "David", Smith; & "Hazard", Biddlecomb. John Slade's vessel "Hazard", also captained by Lodge.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Industrious Bee", Captain Green.

Arrived at Bilboa, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Admiral Barrington", Captain Winter.

Arrived at Alicant, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Susan", Captain Cheater.

Dec 23, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Arthur Howe", Tucker; "Fortune", Cawley; & "Stormont", Clark.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "North Britton", Captain Pike.

Dec 27, 1791, edition.

*****The "Liberty", Captain Rowe of Teignmouth, was lost at St. Michael's, the 25th ult. Crew saved.

*****Arrived at Plymouth, from Rochfort, the vessel "Queen of Naples", Captain Snow.

*****Sailed from Cork for Oporto, the vessel "William", Captain Mahoney.

Dec 30, 1791, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Eagle", Long; & "Courier", Gibbs.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hilton", Captain Fillieuel/Filleuil.

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1792

Jan 3, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hooks & Lines", Captain Cawley.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ceres", Captain March/Marsh.

Arrived at Ancona, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Pelican", Captain Harrison.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Live Oak", Captain Coggan.

Jan 6, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dove", Captain Skinner.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Cadiz, the vessel "Bee", Captain French.

*****Sailed from Portsmouth for Lisbon, the vessel "Sally", Captain Giles.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Syren", Partridge; "Alfred", Halahan; & "Swallow", Lyon. *Halihan, Halohan, etc.

Jan 13, 1792, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Waterford, the vessel "North Britton", Captain Pike.

Jan 17, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Sullivan.

Jan 20, 1792, edition.

The ?, Captain Bowden, of Teignmouth, is got into Figuera with much damage. After being on shore on the Bar, & throwing part of the Cargo overboard.

The "John", Captain Major of Jersey, sailed from Burin, Newfoundland, for Bilboa, on Oct 25th, and has not since been heard of.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from Leghorn, the vessel "Favourite", Captain Bully.

Jan 24, 1792, edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Vigo, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Prouse/Prowse.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland and Vigo, the vessel "Success", Captain Soper.

Jan 27, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland and a Market, the vessel "John", Captain Ferries.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth, for Bilboa, the vessel "Noddy", Captain Aylward.

*****Arrived at Poole, from London, the vessel "Andromache", Captain Symes.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Figuera, the vessel "Beaver", Captain Pike.

Jan 31, 1792, edition.

The "Mercury", Captain Street, from Newfoundland to Lisbon, is put into Poole, after throwing part of her cargo overboard.

*****Arrived at Cork, from St. Ubes, the vessel "Henry & Charles", Captain Goodridge.

Arrived at Jamaica, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Farrie.

Feb 10, 1792, edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Waterford, the vessel "St. Johns", Captain Walsh.

Feb 17, 1792, edition.

*****The "Friends", Captain Clift of Dartmouth, is said to be lost off the Island of Sardinia.

Feb 21, 1792, edition.

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

Feb 24, 1792, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Industry", Dale; "Speedwell", Dyer; "Swift", Tanner; & "Maria", Green.

Feb 28, 1792, edition.

The "Friendship", Captain Pearce, sailed from Newfoundland for Figuera, Oct 25th, last, and has not been heard of since.

Mar 2, 1792, edition.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from Trepany, the vessel "Fame", Captain Slade.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Pomona", Captain Gilbert.

Mar 6, 1792, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Alicant, the vessel "Susan", Captain Cheater.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Caractacus", Stephens; "Hawke", Brinton; "Ashley", Tullock; "Apollo", Keats; & "Dispatch", Gosse.

( *John Gosse returned to Poole from Carbonear, in 1817, after 25 years in Newfoundland. )

Mar 9, 1792, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Trepani, the vessel "Fame", Captain Slade.

Sailed for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Cabot", Captain Widdicomb(e); & "Stag", Purdy.

Mar 16, 1792, edition.

Sailed Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the: "Peggy", Withycomb(e); "Caractacus", Stevens; "Syren", Partridge; "Hope", Bowden; & "Friends", Tapley.

Mar 27, 1792, edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Sally", Captain Randal.

*****Arrived at Ostend, from Topsham, the vessel "Venus", Captain Eales.

April 10, 1792, edition.

*****Arrived at Dublin, from Saloe, the vessel "Hope", Captain Knight.

Apr 13, 1792, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Dunkirk, the vessel "Mentor", Captain Thombs.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Diligence", Whittle; "Stag", Cornish; "Britannia", Hanwell; & "Horseshoe Club", Sabbin.

Apr 24, 1792, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hazard", Biddlecomb; "Joseph", Mifflin; "Commerce", Pack; "Susan", Cheater; & "Dove", Allen.

Arrived at the Downs, Kent, from Bonavista, the vessel "Francis & Mary", Captain Jackson.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Friends", Tapley; "Ann", O'Brien; "Unity", Roche; & "Arthur Howe", Tucker.

Apr 27, 1792, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Princess Royal", Captain Spurrier.

May 4, 1792, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Swift", Bailey; "William", Shaldon; & "Nautilous", Reeks.

Arrived at Waterford from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Olive Branch", Tessier; & "Love & Unity", Pollard.

May 11, 1792, edition.

*****Arrived at Leghorn, from Topsham, the vessel "Ann", Captain Hannaford. < 1799, Hannaford for R. Codner. >

Jun 1, 1792, edition.

The "James & Mary", Messervey, from London to Newfoundland; & the "Peggy" of Guernsey, are put into Ramsgate with loss of Anchors and Cables.

Jun 5, 1792, edition.

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

*****Arrived at Exeter, from Oporto, the vessel "Diligent", Captain Pinson.

Jun 22, 1792, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Rover", Adey; & "Hero", Hookey.

Jul 6, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Tryphena", Captain Broom.

*****Arrived at Clyde, from Jamaica, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Farrie.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels/captains: "Horse-Shoe Club", Sabin; "Susan", Cheater; & "Joseph", Mifflin.

Jul 13, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Live Oak", Captain ?Congdon?

Jul 16, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels/captains: "Fame", Slade; & "Love & Unity", Pollard.

Jul 20, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hazard", Biddlecomb; & "Joseph", Mifflin.

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

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Maria", Captain Sullivan.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Poole, the vessel "Active", Captain Gregory.

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

Jul 31, 1792, edition.

The "Diana", Captain Greaves of Dartmouth, is lost on a rock of ice on the coast of Newfoundland. Crew saved.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dispatch", Captain Goss.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Jersey, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Mauger/Major.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Good Intent", Grant; "Pilgrim", Goss; & "Brothers", Way(e).

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels/captains: "North Britton", Pike; "Commerce", Pack; "John & Josiah", Young.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Peggy", Read; & "Swallow", Ryan.

Aug 3, 1792, edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Madeira, the vessel "Sincerity", Captain Niccols.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hazard", Captain Biddlecomb.

Arrived at Labrador the vessels/captains: "Regulator", Captain Kearney, from Liverpool; "Agenoria", ??Tawling??; & "Charlotte", Richards, from Dartmouth.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Prince of Wales", Captain Danson.

Aug 7, 1792, edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Cadiz, the vessels/captains: "Queen of Portugal", Snow.

Aug 17, 1792, edition.

The "Polly", Captain Durell of Poole, from Bay Chaleurs to Barbados. *Jersey folk voyaged earlier to Newfoundland, & in later era, to Bay Chaleur.

Aug 24, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Halifax, the vessel "Chance", Captain Bishop.

Aug 28, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Cork, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Beginning", Captain Balfour. *Note Jan 12, 1798 entry. . . . . . 1

Arrived at Newfoundland, from St. Ubes, the vessel "Diana", Captain Walters.

Aug 31, 1792, edition.

The "Ceres", of Teignmouth, on the Banks of Newfoundland.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Plymouth, the vessel "Maria", Captain Pike.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Charleston", Rolles; "Fame", Blake; & "Industry", Oldis.

Sep 7, 1792, edition.

The "Francis & Mary", from Fogo, Captain Jackson, to market.

Sep 14, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Lovell", Mudge; & "Leopard", Ball.

Sep 18, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Cork, from St. Johns, the vessels "Ceres", Captain Dunsterville.

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Providence", Captain Godfrey.

Sep 25, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker.

Oct 12, 1792, edition.

*****Arrived at Inverness, from Oporto and Guernsey, the vessel "Isabella", Captain Laing.

Oct 19, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Dove", Bulley; & "Capelin Bay", Knowles.

Oct 23, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from America, the vessel "Olive Branch", Captain Tessier.

Oct 26, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessels/captains: "William", Evans; & "Elizabeth", Payne.

Nov 2, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Friends", Captain Bryan.

Arrived at Almeria, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ark", Captain Squires.

Nov 6, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hudson", Akerman; "Hope", Knight; "Favourite", Bulley; & "Amazon", Elliott.

Nov 9, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from the West Indies, the vessels/captains: "John & Francis", Larkham; & "Active", Hussey.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hope", Captain Wise.

Nov 13, 1792, edition.

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

Nov 20, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hagdown", Codner; & "Success", Soper.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Pilgrim", Goss?; & "Sally", Prowse.

Nov 23, 1792, edition.

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

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hope", Bowden; & "Noddy", Aylward.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Grenada, the vessel "George", Captain Parsons.

Dec 7, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Labrador, the vessel "Alexis", Captain Shapter.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Fortune", Narrowmore; & "Vigilant", Ball.

Dec 11, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dispatch", Captain Downing.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Olive Branch", Captain Tessier.

Dec 18, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Milford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fogo", Captain Chauncey.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Grant.

Arrived at Ross, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann", Captain Bryan.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Capelin Bay", ?Knowles?; "Trinity", Roach/Roche; & "Jane & Elizabeth", Kavanaugh.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Alfred", Captain Hallahan.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Trinity", Captain Bullen.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Lively", Codner; "Catharine", Elmes; & "Commerce", Green.

Dec 21, 1792, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Waterford Packet", Captain Walsh.

Dec 28, 1792, edition.

The Sloop "Ann", Captain Coose, of Dartmouth, sailed from Capelin Bay in Newfoundland, for the Banks, in September. And has not since been heard of.

Arrived at Alicant, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Susan", Captain Cheater.

Arrived at Viana, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann", Captain Neck.

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1793

Jan 1, 1793, edition.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Bristol, the vessel "Pilgrim", Captain Gough.

Jan 15, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the: "Friends Endeavour", Reed; "Friends", Fourneaux; "Stag", Purdy; "Convert", Richards; & "Boadicea", Fitzgerald.

Arrived at Genoa, from Labrador, the vessel "Commerce", Captain Pack.

Jan 18, 1793, edition.

The "Experiment", Captain Heath, of Torbay, sailed St. John's to the Banks, on Sep 19th last, with orders to return on Oct 12th. Has not been since heard of.

*****Arrived at St. Andero, from Bay Chaleurs, the vessel "Fiott", Captain Fillieul.

Jan 22, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Clyde, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hope", Captain Hunter.

Feb 5, 1793, edition.

*****Arrived at Jersey, from Bay Chaleur & St. Andero, the vessel "Fiott", Captain Fillieul.

Arrived at Jersey, from Cadiz & Newfoundland, the vessel "Solid", Captain Remon.

Feb 12, 1793, edition.

*****Arrived at Teignmouth, from Figueira, the vessel "Unity", Captain Bowden.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Maria", Sullivan; "Dispatch", Patton; "Minerva", Pearce; & "Brothers", Russell.

Feb 19, 1793, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Alicant, the vessel "Love & Unity", Captain Pollard.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Diligent", Captain Whittle.

Mar 5, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Jamaica, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hawke", Captain Aylward.

Mar 15, 1793, edition.

The "Spider", Cutter, has sent into Plymouth; the "Sans Culotte", French Privateer, of 12 Swivels & 22 Men. With her Prize the "Susan", Captain Cheater, of Poole, from Alicant. The "Susan" was captured by the Privateer, about 7 Leagues West of Guernsey.

Mar 26, 1793, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Trepany, the vessel "Susan", Captain Cheater.

Apr 2, 1793, edition.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Liverpool, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Squarry.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Waterford the vessel "Ann", Captain Aylward.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth, for America, the vessel "George", Captain Prowse.

*****Arrived at Poole, from London, the vessel "Commerce", Captain Tizzard.

Apr 5, 1793, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Ferdinand", Captain Sealy. ?Later captained by Pinsent?

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Arthur Howe", Tucker; & "Swallow", Lyon.

Arrived at Clyde, from St. John's, the vessels/captains: "Swift", Smith; & "Lucy", Robinson.

Apr 12, 1793, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the: "Fame", Spencer; "Susan", Cheater; "Mercury", Street; "Bee", Morcum; "Dove", Walters; & "Dragon", Linthorn.

Apr 16, 1793, edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Bee", Peak; "Biscayner", Ponsford; "Ann", Ford; "Mary", Bowden; "Hope", Loveys; "Noddy", Milward; "Peep of Day", Elliott; "Capelin", North; "Good Intent", Grant; "John", Atkins; "Philippa", Stephens; "Pilgrim", Gough; "Stormont", Gaverick; "Industry", Sealy; "Hooks & Lines", Abbot; "Mercury", Pearce; "Hope", Goodridge; "Liberty", Cookley; "Little Harry", Mouchamore; "Success", Soper; "William & Agnes", Soper; "Maccaroni", Pullen; "Cumberland", Watson; "Capelin Bay", Knowles; "Mermaid", Floud; "Adventure", Petherbridge; "Squid", Townsend; "Somme", Downing; "Hope", Codner; "Balloon", White; "Vigilant", Bale; "Lady Howe", M'Lachin; "Lark", M'Culley; "Lovel", Mudge; "Beckford", Elson; "Alexis", Shafter/Shapter; "Friendship", Strode; "Industry", Manley; "Elizabeth", Enon; & "Trial", Robinson.

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

Apr 23, 1793, edition.

Sailed from Plymouth for Newfoundland on April 20th, the vessel "Boston", Man of war; & the "Shark", Sloop; with a fleet under convoy.

Apr 26, 1793, edition.

The "Unity", Captain Boden/Bowden, from Figuera to Newfoundland, was taken by a French privateer, retaken by a Guernsey privateer; & carried into Torbay.

May 7, 1793, edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Diligence", Whittle; "George", White; "Ann", Aylward; "Charlotte", Holman; "Catherine", Elmes; "Chilcomb", Kavanaugh; "Industry", Tapley; "Chance", Robins; "Diligent", Whiteway; "Apollo", Hewles; "Ann", Ryan; "Mary", Bully; & "Fogo", Jones.

May 31, 1793, edition.

The "Elizabeth", Captain Leys, from Jersey to Newfoundland, is taken by the "Georgette", Privateer. Retaken & arrived at Guernsey, per the Jun 7th edition.

Jun 4, 1793, edition.

The "Bee", Captain Ash, from Dartmouth to Newfoundland, parted with the Convoy of the "Boston", about May 6th, in Latitude 46. 32. & Longitude 29. 27.

Jun 11, 1793, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Ivica, the vessel "Commerce", Captain Reeks.

Jun 14, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, the: "Bingly", Ash, from St. Ubes; "Swallow", Broom, from Figueira; "Industrious Bee", ?, from Trapany; "Swallow", Walters; "Cabot", Salter; "Maria", Green; & the "Caracactus", Stevens; from Poole.

Jun 18, 1793, edition.

*****The Sloop "Betsey", Captain Prettyjohns, from Dartmouth to Cork, is run down; off Land's End.

Jul 2, 1793, edition.

*****The "Three Brothers" of Dartmouth, Fish laden; is retaken by the "Dispatch", Privateer, of Dartmouth.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Tryphena", Captain Osler/Ostler.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Oldis.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Portsmouth, the vessel "Boston", Frigate of War.

Jul 5, 1793, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Hazard", Captain Lodge.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Grenada, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Bryce.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels/captains: "James", Bishop; "Susan", Cheater; "George", Keates; "Mercury", Flynn; & "Nancy", Joliff.

Jul 9, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Teignmouth, the vessels/captains: "Property", Bowden; "Diligent", Whiteway; "Success", Whiteway; & "Argo", West.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Topsham, the vessels/captains: "Beckford", Elson; & "Mermaid", Elson.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from West Indies, the vessel "Lark", Captain Furnell.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from London, the vessel "Ferdinand", Captain Scilly/Sealey/Seeley.

Jul 12, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Lady Howe", M'Lacklin/M'lachlin; & "Arthur Howe", ?.

Jul 19, 1793, edition.

The "Fly" of Poole, is fishing on the Grand Banks, off Newfoundland.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Grenada, the vessel "Fly", Captain Hare.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Balloon", Captain White.

Jul 23, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Myrtle", Pike; & "Dispatch", Standley.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Ashley", Tullock/Tulloch; & "Lord North", Gaylor.

Jul 26, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Nancy", Pike; & "Dispatch", Standley.

*****Arrived at Bay Chaleur, from Jersey, the vessel "Fiott", Captain Fillieul.

Aug 2, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels "Bingley", Captain Ash.

Aug 6, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Esther", Captain Green.

Aug 9, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels/captains: "Sagona", Thompson; "Hawke", Brinton; & "Friendship", Bristow.

Aug 13, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Vallance.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lovell", Captain Bowden.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Property", Captain Bowden.

Aug 20, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Bowden.

*****Arrived at Hambro, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Favourite", Captain Bulley.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Sarah", Wilkins; & "Somme", Downing.

Aug 27, 1793, edition.

The "Marsellois", Dunkirk Privateer, of 22 Guns & 80 Men; captured the "Chance", Captain Bishop, of Poole, from St. Ubes to Newfoundland.

The French Captain gave up the "Chance", to transport various Prisoners to England. The "Chance" is arrived at Bristol.

Arrived at Torbay, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Dispatch", Wood; "Kenton", Teague; "Mary", Scilly; "Fortune", Narrowmore; "George", Nichols; "Elizabeth", Nichols; "Albion", Small; "Lively", Codner; "Nautilous", Tipper; "Olive Branch", Tessier; & "Swallow", Brook.

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Brothers", Gaden, from Poole; "Industry", Oldis, from Lisbon; & "Nancy", Urquhart, from London.

Sep 6, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Grenada, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Bryce/Bruce.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Grenada, the vessel "George", Captain Parsons.

Sep 10, 1793, edition,

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Oporto, the vessel "Hawke", Captain Vickars. *?Benjamin? Vickars.

Sep 13, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Philadelphia from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Camilla", Powell; & "Chilcomb", Kavannah.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Viana, the vessel "Jane & Eliza", Captain Kavanaugh.

Arrived at Barbadoes, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Philip", Captain Seward.

Sep 17, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Barcelona, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Swift", Captain Smith.

Sep 20, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Viana, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Vibert.

Oct 1, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Love & Unity", Captain Jones.

Oct 11, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker.

Oct 15, 1793, edition.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Maria", Captain Rowe.

Oct 29, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hope", Captain Codner.

Nov 5, 1793, edition.

The "Brothers", from Cadiz to Newfoundland, is taken by the "Marseilles", Privateer of Harve de Grace; and burnt at Sea.

Nov 12, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Olive Branch", Captain Tessier.

Nov 15, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels/captains: "Bingley", Ash; "Amy", Dolling; & "Pomona", Hayward.

Nov 19, 1793, edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Oporto, the vessel "Hope", Captain Goodridge.

Nov 29, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Exeter, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ceres", Captain Potbury.

Arrived at Alicant, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Stag", Captain Miller. *Slade & Co.'s vessels, "Bulbury" & "Hazard", later captained by Miller.

Dec 3, 1793, edition.

The "Waterford" Packet, Captain Flynn, from Waterford to Newfoundland, struck on a sunken rock at Trepassey, and foundered.

Dec 10, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dispatch", Captain Standley.

Dec 13, 1793, edition.

The "Mary", Captain Bully, from Newfoundland, is said to be lost off Oporto Bar.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Success", Captain Whiteway.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Success", Soper; & "Betsey", Bath.

*****Arrived at Bay Chaleur, from Lisbon, the vessel "Fiott", Captain Le Feuvre.

Arrived at Corunna, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jupiter", Captain Le Feuvre.

Arrived Oporto, from Nf’land, the: "Ark", Squires; "Diligence", Whiteway; "Ann", Aylward; "Somme", Downing; "Squid", Cummings; & "Beckford", Elson.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Virginia, the vessel "George", Captain Pack.

Dec 17, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Sally", Champion; & "Betsey", Whiteway.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Alicant, the vessel "Hazard", Captain Lodge.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Ashley", Whiteway; & "Stag", Pardy.

Arrived at Vigo, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Fogo", ?; & "Friends", Neck.

Arrived at Figuera, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Peep of Day", Captain Aylward.

Dec 20, 1793, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the: "Industry", Narrowmore; "Dispatch", Blackler; "Industry", Sealy; & "Greyhound", Murray, from the Labrador.

Dec 24, 1793, edition.

The "Unity", Captain Bowden, from Newfoundland to Teignmouth, is lost near Padstow, and 8 people drowned.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hope", Lovell; & "William & Agnes", Soper.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Maria", Green; & "Nancy", Jenkins.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann & Francis", Captain Mullony.

Arrived at Alicant, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Brothers", Gaden; "Susan", Cheater; & "Ann", Lander.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Grenada, the vessels/captains: "George", Parsons; & "Nancy", Urquhart.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Astrea", Captain Whiddicome.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Escape", Captain Swaine.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessel "Hawke", Captain Vickars.

Dec 31, 1793, edition.

The "Caractacus", Captain Stephens, from Newfoundland to a Market, was blown out of St. John's Harbour, & stranded near Ferryland, in Newfoundland.

Arrived at Botany Bay, from Labrador, the vessel "Alexis", Captain Shapter.

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1794

Jan 3, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Chamont", Shepherd; "Minerva", England; "Ashley", Tullock/Tulloch; & "Stag", Purdy.

Jan 7, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Labrador, the vessel "Alexis", Captain Shapter.

Jan 10, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Alicant, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Peggy", Captain Boyd.

Arrived at Vigo, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Tryphina", Captain Ostler/Osler.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hooks & Lines", Captain Abbott.

Jan 14, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Corunna, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Active", Captain Davis.

Jan 17, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lewis", Captain Baker.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "John", Ash; & "Fame", Blake.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Fortitude", Crews; & "Fortitude", Rowe.

Jan 21, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Labrador, the vessel "Hope", Captain Tucker.

Arrived at Gibralter, from Labrador, the vessel "Providence", Captain Batt.

Arrived at Gibralter, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Amy", Captain Simmonds.

Arrived at St. Andero, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Ann", Gruchy/de Gruchy; & "Success", Le Caplin.

Jan 24, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Jersey, the vessel "Expedition", Captain Gruchy/de Gruchy.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hero", Captain Tapley.

Jan 28, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker. After throwing part of the Cargo overboard.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Siren", Partridge; & "Hope", Downing.

Jan 31, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lively", Captain Codner.

Arrived at Bilboa, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Albion", Captain Small. After throwing part of the Cargo overboard.

Feb 4, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Fame", Spencer; & "Prince of Wales", Danson.

Feb 7, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived off Poole, the vessel "Tryphena", Captain?, bound for Guernsey.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Polly", Captain Durell.

Feb 11, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Jersey, from Bilboa, the vessels/captains: "Success", Le Caplain; "Mercury", Lefeuvre; & "Fiott", Le Visconte.

Feb 21, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Bilboa, the vessel "Industry", Captain Curtis. In 3 days.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vesels/captains: "Nancy", Oldis; "Cabot", Salter; & "Nancy", Jenkins.

*****Arrived at Ostend, from Topsham, the vessel "Venus", Captain Eales.

Feb 25, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at St. Lucar's, from Exeter, the vessel "Ann", Captain Baker.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Levant", Captain Warne. ?Out of Poole?

*****Arrived at Oporto, from Exeter, the vessel "Catherine", Captain Butler.

Feb 28, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Exeter, from Oporto, the vessel "Catherine", Captain Butler.

Mar 4, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Trepany, the vessel "Myrtle", Captain Hussey.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Guernsey, the vessel "Tryphena", Captain Ostler.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Fame", Ash; "Ashley", Tullock; & "Chamont", Fitzgerald.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Cadiz, the vessel "Hope", Captain Tucker.

*****Sailed from Dartmouth for Cadiz, the vessel "Henry & Charles", Captain Drew.

Mar 11, 1794, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Marticote", Bryen; "Brothers", Gaden; "Stag", Clarke; "Eagle", Grieves;

"Swallow", Walters; "Hawke", Brinson; "Catherine", Millwood; "Swift", Ayles; & "Dispatch", Stanley/Standley.

Mar 14, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Jamaica, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dispatch", Captain Patterson.

Mar 18, 1794, edition.

*****The "Ann", Captain Baker, from Cadiz, arrived at Plymouth on the 15th Instant, via Convoy.

Mar 21, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Blaney", Captain Shepherd.

Mar 25, 1794, edition.

*****Sailed from Southampton for Jersey, the vessel "Eclipse", Captain Nichol.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Horse Shoe Club", Pack; "Industry", Matthews; & "Love & Unity", Carpenter.

Mar 28, 1794, edition.

Sailed from Torbay for Newfoundland, the "Boston" Frigate; "Swallow", Walters; "Horseshoe Club", Pack; "Commerce", Green; "Chance", Sawyer; & "Navigation", Bristow, all from Poole.

Likewise a Fleet from Dartmouth.

*****Sailed from Waterford for London, the vessel "Favourite", Captain Butler.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann", Captain Aylward.

Apr 1, 1794, edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Lady Howe", Captain Prowse/Prouse. *Formerly captained by M'Lacklin/M'lachlin.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the: "Susannah", Storey; "Capelin Bay", Watson; "William & Agnes", Soper & "Mary", Wilcox/Wilcocks.

*****Arrived at Stangate Creek, from Leghorn, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker.

Apr 8, 1794, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Hazard", Captain Lodge.

Arrived at Barcelona, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Astrea", Captain Widdecombe.

April 11, 1794, edition.

The "Susan", Captain Cheater, from Alicant to Newfoundland.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Sagona", Captain Tucker.

April 15, 1794, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Joliffe.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Friends", Captain Roche/Roach.

April 18, 1794, edition.

The "Fly", Captain Hare, from Newfoundland to the West Indies, is taken by a French Man of War, and carried to Virginia.

April 22, 1794, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Fame", Captain Spencer.

Arrived at Waterford, the "Albion", Frigate, with a Convoy for Newfoundland.

Arrived at Grenada, the vessel" "Nancy", Captain Urquhart, from Newfoundland.

April 25, 1794, edition.

The Schooner "Fly", Captain Joseph Kele, retaken, bound from Newfoundland to Barbados.

The Brig "Sally", Captain George Douglas, from Havana to Newfoundland, ran on the rocks on the North Side of Bermuda, and sunk. She had been out 119 days, her sails all torn to rags. Her Cargo consisted of 100 Hogsheads of Molasses, saved. Two Men died with fatigue and cold.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the "William", Captain Miller.

April 29, 1794, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Swan", Hancock; "Cynthia", Way; "John", Blake; "Tryphena", Ostler; "David", Smith; & "Stag", ?.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Teignmouth, the vessels/captains: "Hazard", Burley; "Eliza", Steward; & "Apollo", Codner.

May 2, 1794, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Joseph", Williams; "Bee", Morcom; "Samuel & Dove", Andrews; & "Swift", Pearce.

May 6, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Cork, the vessel "Ranger", Captain Clark.

May 9, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Cork, the vessels/captains: "Commerce", Tizard; & "Ranger", Clark.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the "Amphion", Frigate, with vessels/captains: "Ann", Ryan; "Hebe", Salmon; "Love & Unity", Carpenter; "Hope", Goodridge; "Ceres", Whiteway; "Stag", Clark; "Nelly", O'Brien; "Nancy", Oldis; "Brothers", Gaden; "Lovell", Bowden; "Fogo", Jones; "Apollo", Keats; "Venus", Murphy; & "Alert", Owen.

May 20, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Portugal, the vessel "Fortune", Captain Narrowmore.

May 23, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from the Straights, the vessel "Favourite", Captain Bulley.

*****Arrived at Leghorn, from Sicilly, the vessels/captains: "Active", Seager; & "Polly", Durell.

May 27, 1794, edition.

The following vessels/captains: are taken & carried into France. "Eastly", Whiteway, from Alicant to Dartmouth; "Cabot", Salter, from Poole to Newfoundland; "John", Smith, from Poole to Gibralter; & "Friends Endeavour", Seager from ? to Newfoundland.

The "Castor", Frigate, with her convoy, from Jersey to Newfoundland, were taken ( except 2 vessels ) May 10th, by a French squadron, consisting of "Le Sans Pariel", of 80 Guns, 4 others of the line, 3 Frigates, and 2 Corvettes. Nine of the Fleet are recaptured by the squadron under Admiral Montague, with a Corvette of 20 Guns; and another by the "Daphne", Privateer, of Jersey.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Elizabeth", Nichols; "John", Atkins; "Dolphin", Liscombe/Luscombe; & "Good Intent", Efford.

May 30, 1794, edition.

The "Success", Captain Le Captain, from Jersey to Newfoundland, one of the "Castor's" Convoy, has been retaken by the Mate, 1 man, & 2 boys, that were left on board. Who have secured eight Frenchmen, and have brought the ship to Guernsey.

Jun 10, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Leghorn, from Liverpool, the vessel "Lively", Captain Codner.

Jun 27, 1794, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Felicity", Moody; & "Arthur Howe", Tucker.

Jul 4, 1794, edition.

The "Elizabeth", Captain Lys, from Jersey to Newfoundland, is taken by a French Frigate.

Jul 8, 1794, edition.

The "Swallow", Captain Lyon, Dartmouth to Newfoundland, is arrived. After being taken by a French Frigate, but got off in the Night, without being boarded.

Sailed from Cowes for Newfoundland, the "Monarch", Man of War, with the Trade.

Arrived at Newfoundland the vessels/captains: "Chance", Robins, from Alicant; "Princess Royal", Hookey, from Newfoundland; "Mars", Anstey, from Cork.

Jul 11, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland the: "Amy", Lander, from Alicant; "Susan", Cheater, from Alicant; & "Horseshoe Club", Pack, from Poole. *All Poole Captains.

Jul 15, 1794, edition.

Sailed from Plymouth for Newfoundland: the "Monarch", Man of War; "Andromache", Frigate; & "Bonetta", Sloop; with the Trade.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Jersey, the "Speedy", Packet, Captain Picot/Picco.

Jul 18, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Halifax, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hawke", Captain Aylward.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mars", Captain Thomas Anstie/Anstey, of Poole.

Jul 22, 1794, edition.

*****The "Fiott", Peter Le Visconte; "Major Pierson", Ph. Jean; "Dumaresq", Thomas Le Feuvre; "Neptune", John Hocquard; Part of the "Castor's" Convoy, were retaken by Earl Howe, and burnt on May 21st.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Labrador, the vessel "Agenoria", Captain Dyer.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Grenada, the vessel "George", Captain Parsons.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Marticote", Captain Robins.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mercury", Captain Street.

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Regulator", Way; & "Alexis", Shapter.

Jul 25, 1794, edition.

The "Industry", Captain ?, from Poole; & a Brig belonging to Dartmouth; bound to Newfoundland; are lost. The Crews saved by the "Boston", Frigate.

The "Catherine", Captain ?, of Teignmouth, is lost at St. John's, Newfoundland.

Arrived at Poole, from Labrador, the vessel "Hazard", Captain Miller.

Arrived at Newfoundland the vessels/captains: "Boston", Frigate, from Portsmouth with most of her Convoy.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Mary", Captain Gale.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels/captains: "Industry", Matthews; & "John", Blake. Also arrived the "Bingley", Captain Goss, from Leghorn.

July 29, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Dublin, from Barbados, the vessel "Sally", Captain Douglas.

Aug 5, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from London, the vessels/captains: "Chance", Bishop; & "Nancy", Jolliffe.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Torquay, the vessel "Maria", Captain Row(e).

Aug 8, 1794, edition.

The Brig "Hector", of Dominica, with Molasses, has been found on the Coast of Newfoundland, without any Person on Board, & is carried into St. John's.

The "Swift", Pearce; "Fame", Spencer; "Hudson", Hancock; & "William", ?; from Poole to Newfoundland, are taken & carried into Rochfort.

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

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Alicant, the vessel "Levant", Captain Warne.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels/captains: "David", Smith; & "Tryphena", ?.

Aug 12, 1794, edition.

*****The "Beky & Mary", Captain Cramy; & the "Mary", Captain Grant, from Dartmouth to Bilboa; are taken by the French.

Aug 15, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Stag", Captain Clark.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessel "Love & Unity", Captain Carpenter.

Aug 19, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Trinity", Captain Moore.

Aug 22, 1794, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Swift", Morris; & "Arthur", Harrison.

Aug 26, 1794, edition.

The "Lark", Captain Frampton, from Newfoundland to Viana, was taken June 6th; by the "Guillotine", French Frigate.

The "Amy", Captain Lander, from Newfoundland to St. Sebastians, was taken a few Leagues off that Place, by a French Frigate.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Hope", Loveless; & "Elizabeth", Nichols.

Arrived at Dominica, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dutchess of Argyle".

Aug 29, 1794, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Minerva", Thombs; "Bingley", Craft?; & "Joseph", Tulloch.

Sep 2, 1794, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Rover", Captain Adey. *Out of Poole.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Ross, Ireland; the vessel "Nelly", Captain O'Brien.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Dispatch", Wood; & "Friendship", Thurman.

Sep 5, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Oporto, the vessel "Olive Branch", Captain Tessier. *Out of Jersey.

*****Arrived at Gibralter, from Messina, the vessel "Industry", Captain Pike.

*****Arrived at Gibralter, from St. Fiorenzo, the vessels/captains: "Mediterranean", Way(e); & "Polly", Durell.

Sep 9, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Labrador, from Jersey; the vessel "Providence", Captain Dolbel.

Arrived at Quebec, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "George", Keat(e)s; & "Samuel & Dove", Andrews.

Sep 12, 1794, edition.

*****The "Hawke", Captain Furnell, from Amsterdam to Italy, was taken by "La Seine", & "L'Egalitic", French Frigates; in the North Channel. Since retaken by the people left on board.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Cadiz, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Roche/Roach.

Arrived at Martinique, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Carolina", Captain Moore.

Sep 16, 1794, edition.

Sailed from Deal for Newfoundland, the vessel "Ganymede", Captain Quick.

Arrived at Grenada, from Newfoundland, the vessel "George", Captain Parsons.

Sep 19, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Virginia, from London, the vessel "Happy Return", Captain Calvert.

Sep 23, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Bowden.

Sep 26, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from London, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker.

Oct 3, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Jamaica, from St. John's, the vessel "Judith", Captain Crookshanks.

Oct 10, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Courtney", Captain Petherbridge. *For ?Newman?

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Eagle", Captain Lemon.

Oct 14, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels/captains: "Fame", Ash, & "Joseph", Mifflin.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Hazard", Captain Bully.

*****Arrived at St. Lucar's, from Exeter, the vessels/captains: "Venus", Eales; & "Three Brothers", Richards.

*****Arrived at Leghorn, from Bay Chaleur, the vessel "Peggy", Captain Goodridge.

*Fisherfolk and merchants, voyaged from England & Jersey, to CB, Newfoundland; and later to Bay Chaleur, Gaspe Peninsula.

Oct 21, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the: "Nelly", O'Brian; "Two Sisters", Croke; "Hooks & Lines", Bailey; "Arthur Howe", Tucker; & "Mercury", Street.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Jersey, the vessel "Success", Captain Le Chaplain.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Cadiz, the vessels/captains: "North Briton", Pike; & "Mary", Hodge.

Oct 24, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Plymouth, from Jersey, the vessel "Solid", Captain Remon. *Captain Snow, sometimes ported at Plymouth.

*****Sailed from Falmouth, for the Straights, the vessel "Commodore Hood", Captain Snow.

*****Arrived at Elisinore/Elsingor, from London, the vessel "Commerce", Captain Colburn. ?Taking a Cargo of Wheat?

Oct 28, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Viana, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Winter.

Oct 31, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Cadiz, the vessel "Marticate", Captain Robbins.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from London, the vessel "Felicity", Captain Temple.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Salcomb, the vessel "Brothers", Captain Ball.

Nov 4, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Swansea, the vessel "Hope", Captain Bowden.

Nov 7, 1794, edition.

*****The "Lively", Captain Codner, from Sunderland to Dartmouth, is put into Ramsgate, with loss of Anchors and Cables. ?A Cargo of Salt, or Coal?

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Agenoria", Captain Dyer. *Late in the fishing season! A sack or fishing vessel?

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Leghorn, the vessel "Ferdinand", Captain Pinsent.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessel "Fame", Captain Kier.

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

*****Arrived at Quebec, from Bay Chaleur, the vessel "Ark", Captain Squires.

*****Squires out of Dartmouth to Newfoundland, and Jersey folk of Conception Bay, also held presence at Bay Chaleur, Gaspe Peninsula.

Nov 11, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Esther", Green; & "North Britton", Pike.

*****Arrived at Oporto, from ?, the vessel "Stag", Captain Clarke.

Nov 14, 1794, edition.

The "Barrymore", Sullivan, Cork to St. John's, was deserted at Sea on Oct. 8th. Crew saved in the "Hawke", Captain Ben? Vickers/Vickars, out of Waterford?

Arrived at Vigo, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hope", Captain Goodridge.

Nov 18, 1794, edition.

The "Favourite", Captain Bully, from Waterford to Newfoundland, is taken by the French, & carried into L'Orient.

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

Nov 21, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Rover", Captain Adey.

Nov 25, 1794, edition.

The "Regulator", Captain Moore, from Newfoundland to Lisbon, taken by the French.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Eliza", Captain Seward. *Out of Teignmouth.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Diligent", Whiteway; & "Kenton", Teague.

Dec 2, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Gravesend, from Alicant, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker.

Arrived at Gravesend, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary Ann", Captain Langdon.

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from Villaviciosa, the vessel "Sally", Captain Giles.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Maria", Captain Randall.

Dec 5, 1794, edition.

The "Royal Volunteer", Captain Gruchy, Newfoundland to Jersey, is towed to Weymouth. Having cut away the masts in a Gale, to the Westward of Portland.

Arrived at Gravesend, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Spratt.

Dec 9, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Venus", Captain Owen.

Arrived at Vigo, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Squid", Captain Townsend. *Also captained by Cummings.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the: "Dispatch", Stanley; "Ceres", Pile; "North Britton", Pike; "Industrious Bee", Warren, & "Ferdinand", Pinsent.

Arrived at Naples, from Newfoundland, the vessel "John", Captain Blake.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessel "Ganymede", Captain Clarkson. *"Ganymaid" previously captained by Quick?

Dec 12, 1794, edition.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Agenoria", Bully; & "Fame", Keefe.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from London, the vessel "Juno", Captain Northover.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Elmes.

Dec 16, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from London, the vessels/captains: "David", Smith; "Olive Branch", Collingwood; & "Sukey", Snelling.

Dec 19, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from London, the vessel "Juno", Captain Northover.

Arrived at Civita Vecha, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Falcon", Captain Adams.

Arrived at the West Indies, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Eliza", Skerrett; & "Dutchess of Argyle", Wakeham.

Dec 23, 1794, edition.

The "Charlotte", Captain Godfrey, of Dartmouth, is lost at Labrador.

Dec 26, 1794, edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Sunderland, the vessels/captains: "Herrington", Grieg; & "Whithworth", Taylor. ?A Cargo of Salt, or Coal?

Dec 30, 1794, edition.

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

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Resolution", Wood; "Hazard", Bully; "Aurora", Langdon; "Elizabeth", Nicols; "Capelin Bay" Watson; & "Lady Howe", Prowse.

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1795

Jan 2, 1795, edition.

The "Prince of Wales", Captain Danson, from Newfoundland, is stranded on Port Bar. Part of the Cargo is expected to be saved.

*****Arrived at Mount's Bay, from Oporto, the vessel "Fogo", Captain Jones.

Arrived at Malaga, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Love & Unity", Captain Carpenter.

Arrived at Barcelona, from Labrador, the vessel "Queen", Captain Aubin.

Jan 6, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Bilboa, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Tryphena", Captain Ostler.

Jan 9, 1795, edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Oporto, the vessel "Alfred", Captain Hallahan.

Arrived at Ancona, from Newfoundland, the vessel "New Providence", Captain Crew.

Jan 13, 1795, edition.

The "Samuel & Dove", ?, from Conception Bay; & the "Stag", ?, from Fogo, Newfoundland; are taken by the French, in the Mediterranean.

*"Stag", Captain ?Miller?, for John Slade?

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Cork, the vessel "Fox", Captain Bishop.

Jan 16, 1795, edition.

The "Rover", Captain Adey, from Newfoundland, with a cargo of Fish, is totally lost in Cadiz Bay. Crew saved.

*****Arrived at Poole, from London, the vessel "Navigation", Captain Bristowe.

*****Arrived at Leghorn, from Cork, the vessel "Dispatch", Captain Stanley. *Out of Poole. *Slade and Standley were closely associated, at Poole.

*****Arrived at St. Andero, from Cape Breton, the vessels/captains: "Corbet", Hocquart; & "Friendship", Le Feavre. *Out of Jersey.

Arrived at Viana, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Barrington", Captain Hocquard. *Out of Jersey.

*****Arrived at Lisbon, from Leghorn, the vessel "Chance", Captain Sparke.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mercury", Captain Sparkes.

*****Arrived at Newton Abbot, from Corunna, the vessel "Ann", Captain Evans.

Jan 20, 1795, edition.

*****Arrived at Weymouth, from Oporto, the vessel "Stag", Captain Clark; and the vessel "Mermaid", Captain Gillingham, from Poole.

Arrived at Alicant, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Thomas", Rowe; "Ann" Alward"; & "Commerce", Hawson.

Jan 23, 1795, edition.

The "Joseph & Amy", Captain Simmonds, from Newfoundland to Ancona, is taken by a French Cruiser, & carried into Algiers.

Jan 27, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Labrador, the vessel "Abeona", Captain Evans; & "Ann", Captain Cunningham, from Newfoundland.

Jan 30, 1795, edition.

*****Sailed from Falmouth, for Poole, the vessel "Hope", Captain Bowden.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Weymouth, the vessel "Stag", Captain Clark.

*****Arrived at Limerick, from Oporto, the vessel "Bickford", Captain Elson. . . . . . . . . 2

Feb 3, 1795, edition.

*****Arrived off Newton Abbot, from Oporto, the vessel "Apollo", Captain Codner.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Commerce", Captain Reed.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Cork, the vessel "Hope", Captain Bowden.

*****Sailed from Clyde for Grenada, the vessel "Industry", Captain Tapley.

*****Arrived at Limerick, from Greenock, the vessels/captains: "Venus", Cambell; & "Agnes", M'Pherson.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Union", Captain Henderson.

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

Arrived at Malaga, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Minerva", Captain Thombs.

Feb 6, 1795, edition.

*****Arrived at Liverpool, from Lisbon, the vessel "Diligence", Captain Whiteway.

Feb 10, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hawke", Brinton; & "Trial", Robertson.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Oporto, the vessel "Fogo", Captain ?

*****Arrived at Poole, from Cork, the vessel "Juno", Captain Northover.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Limerick, the vessel "Lively", Captain Lacey.

*****Arrived at Exeter, from Lisbon, the vessel "Hazard", Captain Bulley.

*****Arrived at Deal, from Leghorn, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Jolliff.

*****Arrived at Guernsey, from Oporto, the vessel "Apollo", Captain Codner.

Feb 17, 1795, edition.

*****The "Generous Friends", Captain Martin, from Liverpool to Teignmouth, is lost on the Coast of Wales. ?Teignmouth Captain?

*****Arrived at Portsmouth, from Cork, the vessel "Juno", Captain Northover.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Oporto, the vessel "Fogo", Captain Ninis.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Oporto, the vessels/captains: "Harmony", Mortimer; & "Enterprize", Rowe.

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

*****Arrived at Bilboa, from the Gaspe Peninsula, the vessel "Governor Tanning", Captain Vibert.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Levant", Captain Warn.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Quebec, the vessels/captains: "Hebe", Salmon; & "Andromache", Syme.

Feb 20, 1795, edition.

*****Captain Shoesmith, of the "Young Mary", arrived at Jersey from Gaspe. ( *Vibert entry for Feb 17th above. )

*****The "Ceres", Captain Whiteway, from Figuiera to Teignmouth, is taken by the "Dragon", French Privateer, and carried into Brest.

Feb 27, 1795, edition.

*****Paris newspapers reporting these captures: "Ceres" of 120 Tons, with Salt; "Neptune" of 200 Tons, with dry Fish; "Diligent", with Salt; "Brothers" of Poole, with Fruit, burnt; "Squid" with Fruit, burnt; & "Swallow" of 80 Tons, with Oil & Salt fish.

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

Arrived at Jamaica, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Henry", Captain Murphy.

Mar 3, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lark", Captain Hare.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Friends", Doyle; & "Eagle", Grieve.

Mar 6, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Civita Vecha, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Siren", Captain Partridge.

Mar 10, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Vigo, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Olive Branch", Captain Tessier.

Mar 13, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Belfast, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Bloomfield.

Mar 20, 1795, edition.

*****The "Olive Branch", Captain Tessier, from Halifax & Vigo, is lost near Cadiz. One Man drowned.

*****Arrived at Vigo, from Plymouth, the vessel "Agenoria", Captain Bulley.

Mar 31, 1795, edition.

The "Otter", Captain Wood, from Newfoundland to England, is taken and carried into Brest.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ganymede", Captain Quick.

Apr 7, 1795, edition.

*****Arrived off Teignmouth, from Bermuda, the vessel "Jupiter", Captain Sparkes.

April 14, 1795, edition.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Alexis", Captain Richards.

Sailed from Clyde for Newfoundland, the vessel "Convert", Captain Miller.

April 17, 1795, edition.

*****The Brig "Happy Return", Captain Calvert, from Jamaica to Virginia, is foundered at Sea. The Crew carried to Charleston.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Maria", Randall; "Swift", Young; "Navigation", Bristow; "Apollo", Keats; "Joseph & Francis" Pack; "Hawke", Brinton; "Nancy", Ayles; & "Industry", Matthews.

April 24, 1795, edition.

*****The "Brunswick", Captain Milne, from Halifax to Portsmouth, sprung a leak at Sea, & meeting with heavy gales of wind, arrived at Fayal, Azores; with 13 feet water in her hold. The Captain not being able to unload or heave her down, had got an additional number of hands, and his intention was to proceed to Lisbon, or England.

April 28, 1795, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Sagona", Captain Tucker.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hooks & Lines", Captain Bailey.

May 8, 1795, edition.

Sailed from Torbay for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Active", Frigate; "Ashley", Tullock; "Apollo", Keates; "Navigation", Bristow, "Hawke", Brinton; "Swift", Young; "Maria", Cheater; "Joseph & Francis", Pack; & "David", Smith.

May 12, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Plymouth, the "Active", Frigate; and sailed, with the Newfoundland Convoy.

*****Arrived at Plymouth, from Oporto, the vessel "Lovely Louisa", Captain Snow.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Capelin", Norton; "Brothers", Chard; "Bee", Peeke; "Biscavneer", Fortyes; "Collector", Collett; "Little Harry", Mouchmore; "Good Intent", Knowles; "Mary", Soper; "Dove", Matterface; "Courtney", Petherbridge; "Pond", Soper; "Nautilous", Tipper; "Greyhound", Conyear; "Cumberland", Youlden; "Marconi", Pullen; "Vigilant", Ball; "Balloon", White; "Twilight", Daspher; "Dolphin", Liscombe/Luscombe; "Mary Ann", Langdon; "Phillipa", Silly/Sealey; & the "Active", Frigate.

May 15, 1795, edition.

*****The "Agenoria", Captain Bulley, from Alicant to Genoa, is taken by the French.

*****The "Mars", Captain Thomas Anstey, from Cornwall to the Straights, is taken by the French. *Out of Poole.

May 19, 1795, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Hazard", Captain Davies.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Love & Unity", Carpenter; "Joseph", Tullock; & "Friendship", Thurman.

May 29, 1795, edition.

Sailed from Plymouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Lucy", Captain Dunsterville. *Out of London.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Walker.

Jun 2, 1795, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Guernsey, the vessels/captains: "Hope", Colburn & "Pheasant", Thompson.

Jun 12, 1795, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Mercury", Captain Bully.

Jun 16, 1795, edition.

*****Sailed from Poole for Limerick, the vessel "Hope", Captain Colburn.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Alert", Murphy; & "Turk", Gibson.

Jun 19, 1795, edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Ann", Brenock; & "Nellie", O'Brian.

Jun 23, 1795, edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the: "Thomas", March; "British Queen", Danson; "Pond", Soper; "Alarm", Tozer; & "Two Sisters", Croke.

Jun 26, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker.

June 30, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Barbadoes, the vessels/captains: "Daniel", Morrow; & "Bermudiana", Hutchins.

*****Arrived at Oporto, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Dispatch", Captain Wood.

Jul 3, 1795, edition.

*****Arrived at Limerick, from Poole, the vessel "Hope", Captain Colburn.

Jul 7, 1795, edition.

Sailed from Clyde for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hebe", Montgomery; & "Countess of Bute", Haye.

Jul 10, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Bonavista", Captain Edmunds.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Tryphena", Captain Seymour.

*****Sailed from Poole for Liverpool, the vessel "Juno", Captain Northover.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessel "Swift", Captain Harris.

Jul 17, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Arthur", Captain Harrison.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Torbay, the vessel "Active", Frigate, with her Convoy.

Jul 21, 1795, edition.

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

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Grenada, the vessel "George", Captain Parsons.

Jul 24, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dove", Captain Patton.

Jul 28, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Ranger", Wareham; "Dove", Pattick; & "Susan", Cheater.

*****Arrived at Bay Chaleur, from Lisbon, the vessel "Hilton", Captain Le Feuvre.

*****Arrived at Cape Briton, from Jersey, the vessel "Susan", Captain Le Feuvre.

Jul 31, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Labrador, the vessel "Regulator", Captain Way. In 14 days.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Liverpool, the vessel "Diligent", Captain Whittle.

Aug 7, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Catherine", Captain Reed.

Aug 11, 1795, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Swallow", Captain Martin.

Arrived at Quebec, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sagona", Captain ?. *Tucker, out of Poole?

Aug 28, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Ross, Ireland, the vessel "Nelly", Captain O'Brian.

Sep 1, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Minerva", Captain Green.

Sep 4, 1795, edition.

An unusually large number of vessels arrived at Quebec, from Newfoundland, Greenock, Jersey, Liverpool, London, etc.

Examples are: "Convert", Miller, from Newfoundland. "Joseph", Captain Laing, from Greenock. Including plural Dartmouth vessels.

Sep 11, 1795, edition.

*****Arrived at Falmouth, from London, the vessel "Juno", Captain Northover.

*****Arrived at Lisbon, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Diligence", Captain Whiteway.

Sep 15, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Experiment", Captain Williams.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Commerce", Captain Green.

Sep 18, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Quebec, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Carder. *Carder sometimes Carter.

Sep 22, 1795, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Stag", Captain Pattick.

Arrived at Quebec, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Experiment", North; "Adventure", Terry; "Betsey", Pallischer?; & "Ann", Hunt.

Arrived at Quebec, from Labrador, the vessel "Enterprize", Captain Bennett.

Sep 25, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Princess Royal", Pickstock, from Lisbon; "Abeona", Haywood, from Ireland; "Levant", Warne, from Cadiz; "Hebe", Salmon, from Naples; & "Boadicia", Flin/Flynn, from Waterford.

Sep 29, 1795, edition.

The "Amy", Captain Dolling, from Newfoundland to Lisbon, is taken, and carried into Brest.

Oct 2, 1795, edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Naples Packet", Captain Henley.

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Pomona", Haywood, from Naples; & "Abeona", Haywood, from Dublin.

Oct 6, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Quebec, the vessels/captains: "Apollo", Keat(e)s; & "Phillippa", Lill(e)y.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Middleton", Davis; & "Arthur Howe", Tucker.

Oct 9, 1795, edition.

The "Lively", Captain Codner, from Viana to Newfoundland, is taken by the "Adventure", French Privateer, 20 Leagues Westward of Viana.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Lisbon, the vessel "Isabella", Captain Murphy.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Syren", Partridge; & "Eclipse", Noel; after being boarded by a Privateer.

Arrived at Quebec, from Newfoundland, the vessel "British Queen", Captain Danson.

Oct 13, 1795, edition.

*****Arrived at Gibralter, from Leghorn, the vessel "Dispatch", Captain Patton.

Oct 23, 1795, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Lisbon, the vessel "Two Brothers", Captain Butler.

Oct 27, 1795, edition.

The "Falcon", Captain Adams, from Newfoundland to market is taken, and carried into Cadiz.

*****Arrived at Deal, from Leghorn, the vessel "Polly", Captain Durell.

Arrived at Barbados, from Newfoundland, the vessel "George", Captain Parsons.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessel "Lark", Captain Drew.

Oct 30, 1795, edition.

The "Success", late Spratt, from Cork, is arrived at Newfoundland. The Captain & Mate were washed overboard in a gale of wind, near the Banks.

*****Sailed from Gravesend for Cork, the vessel "Juno", Captain Northover.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Courtney", Captain Pennybridge.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Tryphena", Captain ?

Arrived at Vigo, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Philippa", Captain Lilly.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Liverpool, the vessel "Hazard", Captain Bulley.

Nov 3, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, the: "Prince Edward", Fowler, from the West Indies; "Governor Parry", Reed, from Barbadoes; & "Minerva", Reed, from Poole.

Nov 6, 1795, edition.

The "Nelly", Captain O'Brien, from Newfoundland to Barbados, was taken, to the windward of Barbados, and sent to Philadelphia.

Nov 17, 1795, edition.

The "Jupiter", Captain Le Feuvre, of Jersey, was lost on Oct 2, on the Banks of Newfoundland.

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels/Captains: "Nancy", Rogers, from Oporto; "George", Parsons, from Barbados; & the "Eagle", Kirslake, from Oporto.

Arrived at Civita Vecha, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Joseph", Captain Tullock.

Nov 20, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Minerva", Captain Green.

Nov 24, 1795, edition.

Arrived off Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Liberty", Captain Nichols.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Chatty", Captain Seager.

Nov 27, 1795, edition.

Arrived off Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Maryann", Captain Langdon.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/Captains: "Union", Thompson; & "Swift", Young.

Dec 1, 1795, edition.

The "Horse Shoe Club", Captain Goss, from Newfoundland to a Market, is taken & carried into Cadiz.

Arrived at Exeter, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Unity", Captain Bowden.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/Captains: "Aurora", Langdon; & "Jenny", Watt.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Tryphena", Captain Seymour.

Arrived at Corunna, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Vibert.

Dec 4, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Love & Unity", Captain Carpenter.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Catherine", Captain Reed.

Dec 11, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Portsmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Ash.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Casselin", Captain Norton.

Dec 15, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Stag", Captain Pattick.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Cadiz, the vessel "Hope", Captain Colburn.

Dec 18, 1795, edition.

*****Arrived at Liverpool, from Lisbon, the vessel "Diligent", Captain Whiteway.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sagona", Captain Trim.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessel "Thetis", Captain Jones.

Dec 22, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains "Maria", Randal; & "Lark", Wilkin.

Arrived at Naples, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Diligent", Captain Whittle.

Dec 25, 1795, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Expedition", ?; & "Lark", Wilcox/Wilcocks/Wilcooks.

*****Arrived at Topsham, from Lisbon, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Butler.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Oporto, the vessels/captains: "Alarm", Tozer; & "Syren", Partridge.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Cadiz, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker.

Dec 29, 1795, edition.

The "Ferdinand", Captain Tucker, with Cod Fish; is taken & carried into Alicant.

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1796

Jan 1, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hebe", Captain Salmon.

Jan 5, 1796, edition.

The "Hooks & Lines", Captain Bailey, from Newfoundland to Waterford, is totally lost on the Coast of Ireland, and only one Passenger saved.

Arrived at Martinique, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Prince Edward", Captain Farlis.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Unity", Compton; "Industry", Crookwell; & "Hawke", Vickars.

Jan 8, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Luscombe/Liscombe.

Arrived at Gibralter, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Susan", Cheater; & "British Queen", Danson.

Jan 12, 1796, edition.

The "Betsey", Captain Shea, from Martinico to Newfoundland, is put into Norfolk, in Virginia, in Distress; and must unload.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Oderin", Rowe; & "Fly", Green.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Biscayneer", Fortys; & "Rodney", Prouse.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Marconi", Pullen; & "Bickford", Elson.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Commerce", Green; "Minerva", Green; "Mary", Widdicombe; & "Arthur Howe", Tucker.

Jan 15, 1796, edition.

The "Hope", Captain Prowse, from Newfoundland, was taken going into Vigo, by a French Lugger Privateer, and is carried into Bayonne.

Jan 19, 1796, edition.

The "Jane", Harman; & the "Fame", Palk, from Newfoundland to Spain, are taken and carried into Alicant.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Maria", Captain Coombe.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Knowles.

Jan 22, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Crookhaven, from Newfoundland and bound to Dartmouth, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Silly/Sealey/Cilly/Seely.

*****Arrived at Kinsale, from Lisbon, the vessel "Naples Packet", Captain Henley.

Arrived at Gibralter, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Randall.

Feb 9, 1796, edition.

*****The "Nancy", Captain Tullock, from Limerick to Poole, is totally lost. Crew saved.

*****The "Diligent", Captain Whiteway, from Liverpool to Teignmouth, was lost on Jan 13th, on Bardsey Island. Only the Mate saved.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Efford.

Feb 16, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Trusty", Captain Udle.

Mar 1, 1796, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Sunderland, the vessels/captains: "Thomas", Hicks; & "Clio", Dick. ?A Cargo of Salt, or Coal?

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Lark", Wilkins; "Catherina", Newall; "Swift", Young; "Fly", Green; & "David", Smith.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Greenock, the vessel "Jane", Captain Baine.

Mar 8, 1796, edition.

*****Sailed from Poole for Sunderland, the vessels/captains: "Thomas", Hicks; & ""Joseph & Ann", Walker.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Sagona", Captain Ford.

Sailed from Clyde for Newfoundland, the vessel "Pandora", Captain Douglas.

Mar 11, 1796, edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Bristol, the vessels/captains: "Industry", Bourke; & "Hero", Powell.

Arrived at Gibralter, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ceres", Captain Fisher.

Mar 15, 1796, edition.

The "Britannia", Captain Elmes, from Lisbon to Newfoundland, was totally lost at Fayal, in November last.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Chilcombe", Captain Kavanaugh/Cavanaugh.

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

*****Arrived at Malaga, from Lisbon, the vessel "Commerce", Captain Green.

Arrived at Gibralter, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Stag", Captain Pattick.

Mar 18, 1796, edition.

The "Tryphena", of Poole, from Newfoundland to a Market, is totally lost in Gibraltar Bay.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Lisbon, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker?.

Arrived at Cadiz, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Commerce", Green; "Hope", Colburn; & "Mercury", Flinn/Flynn.

Arrived at Malaga, from Newfoundland, the vessel "John", Captain Blake.

Arrived at Gibraltar, from St. John's, the vessels/captains: "Asia", Stamper; & "Fortitude", Knight.

Arrived at Alicant, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Minerva", England; "Fortitude", Knight; "Chatty", Seager; & "Stag", Pattick.

Mar 22, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Barbados, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Joseph & Francis", Captain ?

Mar 25, 1796, edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Balloon", White; "Flirt", Skinner; "Peggy", Ash; & "Somme", Downing.

Mar 29, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Convert", Captain Miller.

*****Arrived at Lisbon, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Phillippa", Scilly; & "Twilight", Dashper.

Apr 1, 1796, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Sunderland, the vessels/captains: "Thomas", Hicks; & "Dorothy", Moore.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the: "Little Benjamin", Romayne; "Union", Thompson; "Ranger", Oldis; "Swallow", Handcock; & "Navigation", Bristow.

Apr 5, 1796, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hebe", Salmon; "Experiment", Galpira, "Bulbury", Ladd; "Beaver", Prew; & "Cynthia", Way.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Fortitude", Knight; "Stag", Pattick; "Asia", Stamper; & "Ceres", Fisher.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Labrador, the vessels/captains: "True Britton", Greaves; & "Crown", Richards.

Apr 8, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fogo", Captain Jones.

Apr 12, 1796, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the: "Industry", Matthews; "Hawke", Brinton, "Delight", Stone; "Good Intent", Pratt; & "Tristram", Etheridge/Atheridge.

Apr 15, 1796, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Joseph", Tullock; "Squirrel", Standley, & "Amity", Furnal/Furnell.

Apr 19, 1796, edition.

*****Arrived at Torbay, from Leghorn, the vessel "Eliza", Captain Henley.

Apr 22, 1796, edition.

The "Mary", Captain Soper, from Dartmouth to Newfoundland, is taken by a Privateer, and burnt.

Apr 29, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fogo", Captain Ninnis.

May 3, 1796, edition.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Jersey, the vessels/captains: "Eclipse", Grouchy; "Magdeline", Le Feuvre; & "Sagitarius", Enouf. (Renouf?)

*****There was a centuries long tradition, of Jersey and Guernsey vessels visiting Southampton, England.

May 6, 1796, edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Oporto, the vessel "Fogo", Captain Ninnis.

May 13, 1796, edition.

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

May 24, 1796, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Diligent", Whittle; & "Thomas", Furnal/Furnall/Furnell.

Jun 7, 1796, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Labrador, the vessel "Charlotte", Captain Carpenter.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Milkmaid", Haywood/Hayward; & "Thomas", Furnall.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from the West Indies, the vessel "Lark", Captain Drew.

*****Arrived at Gibraltar, from Portsmouth, the vessel "Sally", Captain Giles.

Jun 14, 1796, edition.

The "Muir", Captain Tipper, from Figueira to Newfoundland, is lost in the Ice near Cape Race, Newfoundland. The Mate and one man drowned.

Arrived at Newfoundland the vessels/captains: "Lord North", Gaylor, from Lisbon; "Delight", Andrews, from Malaga; "Catherine", Milward, from Poole; "Marconi", Pullen, from Oporto; & "Swift", ?, from Lisbon.

Jun 17, 1796, edition.

The "Betsey", Captain Whiteway, from Figueira to Newfoundland, is taken.

Arrived at Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Industry", Knight from Topsham; "Henry", Green, from Poole; & "Governor Parry", Reed, from Martinico.

Jun 21, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland the vessels/captains: "Ann", Breenock, from Ross; "Phillippa", Sealy, & "Pilgrim", Webber, from Dartmouth; "Devonshire", Algar, "Success", Palk, & "Jenny", Goodman, from Teignmouth; "Rodney", Prouse, from Torquay; "George", Parsons, from Barbados; & "David", Smith, from Poole.

Jun 28, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Alicant, the vessel "Susan", Captain Cheater.

Jul 5, 1796, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Dolly", Captain Knight.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Labrador, the vessels/captains: "Calypso", Knowles; "Charlotte", Carpenter, & "Abeona", Evans.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessel "Mercury", Captain Bulley.

Jul 12, 1796, edition.

The "Hope", Colburn, from Bristol to Newfoundland, is taken by the French.

*****Arrived at Lisbon, from Exeter, the vessels/captains: "Juno", Seward; & "Elizabeth & Sarah", Prowse.

Jul 22, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Nancy", Captain Spencer.

Jul 26, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the: "Trusty", Sealey; "Industry", Mathews; & "Joseph", Tullock. < Matthews for Kemp firm of Brigus & Carbonear? >

Jul 29, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Amity", Furnall; & "John", Blake.

Aug 2, 1796, edition.

Sailed from Clyde for Newfoundland, the vessel "Convert", Captain Miller.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Arthur Howe", Tucker; "Biscayneer", Fortyes; & "Noddy", Elliott.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessel "Hampden", Captain Lang.

Aug 5, 1796, edition.

The "Britannia", Captain Ford, from Liverpool to Newfoundland, is taken and burnt.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Swallow", Hancock; & "Bulbury", Ladd.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Sunderland, the vessels/captains: "Venus", Lee; "Nautilus", Park; "Brothers", Hill; & "Dorothy", Moore. ?A Cargo of Salt, or Coal?

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Ranger", Fuber; & "Desire", Jafford.

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Regulator", Captain Way.

Aug 9, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Labrador, from Poole, the vessel "Delight", Captain H. Stone, for Tory.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth and Waterford, the vessel "Little Harry", Captain Mouchmore.

Aug 19, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jane", Captain Andrews.

Aug 23, 1796, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "John", Lander; & "Swallow", Hancock.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Minerva", Captain Green.

Aug 26, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Labrador, from Jersey, the vessels/captains: "Bee", Dubois; & "Mary & Judith", Romirel.

Sep 2, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessel "Falcon", Captain Branford.

Sep 13, 1796, edition.

The "Hawke", Captain Brinton, from Newfoundland to Oporto, was taken, and sent for Vigo.

Arrived at Clyde, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain M'Kay.

Sep 16, 1796, edition.

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

Arrived at Gibraltar, from Labrador, the vessel "Alice", Captain Bulley.

Sep 20, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Portsmouth, from Newfoundland, the "Andromeda", Frigate, in 12 Days.

Sep 27, 1796, edition.

*****The "Ann", Captain Baker, from Exeter to Cadiz, is taken, and carried into St. Lucar's.

Oct 11, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Charlotte", Atkins; & "Bee", Wood. < For Newman and Holdsworth, respectively. >

Arrived at Ross, from Cape Broyle in Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann", Captain ?

Oct 14, 1796, edition.

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

Oct 18, 1796, edition.

The "Little Harry", Captain Mouchmore, from Oporto to Newfoundland, foundered at Sea on Sep. 19th. Crew saved.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Esther", Captain Green.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Sealy/Scilly.

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

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Charactacus", Captain Nowell.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Arthur Howe", Tucker; "Kenton", Teague; "Good Intent", Knowles; & "Chilcombe", Kavanaugh.

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Calypso", Knowles; "Charlotte", Carpenter; & "Abeona", Evans.

Oct 21, 1796, edition.

The "Three Friends", Captain Wadland, is taken by the French at Newfoundland, and scuttled.

The "Chance", of London; the "Hampden", Long; a Brig from Cork; & a Sloop from the West Indies, are destroyed by the French at Bay of Bulls, in Newf’land.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Potowmack", Captain Street.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels/captains: "Diligent", Whittle, "Minerva", Head; & "John", Blake.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Liverpool, the vessel "Swallow", Captain Hancock.

Oct 28, 1796, edition.

The "Regulator", Captain Way, is taken by the French at Table Bay, near Cartwright, Coast of Labrador, and destroyed. *Out of Dartmouth.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Diligent", Whittle; "Little Ben", Romayne; & "Amy", Soper.

Nov 1, 1796, edition.

*****Arrived at Lisbon, from Greenock, the vessel "Joseph", Captain Baine.

Nov 4, 1796, edition.

The "Commerce", Captain Green, from Newfoundland, is taken by a French Row Boat Privateer, off Cadiz.

The "Perseverance", Captain Carpenter, from Newfoundland, is detained at Cadiz.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Sunderland, the vessel "Telemachus", Captain Marks.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Somme", Captain Downing. *Out of Dartmouth.

Nov 15, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Pilgrim", Captain Webber.

Nov 18, 1796, edition.

*****The "Alexis", Captain Bulley, from Gibraltar to Dartmouth, was taken by a French Privateer, the 27th Ultimo.

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

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Ocean", Richards; & "Ceres", Nichols.

Arrived at Newfoundland the vessels/captains: "Ceres", Williams, from Poole; "Hero", Farrell, from Oporto; & "Ellen", Kavanaugh, from Waterford.

Nov 22, 1796, edition.

The "Milk Maid", Captain Hayward, from Newfoundland to Ancona, is taken by the Spaniards, and carried into Cadiz.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Success", Captain Palk.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fly", Captain Green.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Dolphin", Vibert; "Cynthia", Way; "Mercury", Flinn; "Naples Packet", Henly; & "Nancy", Spencer.

Dec 2, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth & Sarah", Captain Prowse.

Dec 9, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Swift", Young; & "Love & Unity", ?

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Chance", Captain Robins.

Dec 13, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Figueira, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Resolution", Captain Goss.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Industry", Captain Eddy[Adey].

Dec 16, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "St. George", Captain Pike.

Dec 20, 1796, edition.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Lisbon, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker, with a Spanish Prize.

Arrived at Barbados, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Williams.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from London the vessel "Sisters", Captain Allen.

Dec 23, 1796, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Lyon", Ash; "Falcon", Oliver; "Falcon", Stanworth; "Caroline", Jenkins; "Betsey", Lion; "Britannia", Frampton; "Hebe", Salmon; "John", Lander; "Hero", Dean; "Peggy", Boog; "Thomas", Furnell, "Daniel", Wood; "Union", Carder; "Mary", Langdon; "Abeona", Evans; "Nancy", Rogers; "Catherine", Reed; "Sally", Giles; & "Minerva", Reed.

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1797

Jan 3, 1797, edition.

The "Generous Friends", Captain Dearing, from Newfoundland to Exeter, foundered at Sea. Crew saved.

*****The "Providence", Captain Jenkins, for Bristol, is put back to Lisbon after being out from that place 53 Days.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Triton", Captain Hussey.

Jan 6, 1797, edition.

The "Dispatch", Captain Akerman, from Newfoundland. is taken by a Spanish Row Boat, off ?Tanissa?, and carried into Ceuta.

Jan 17, 1797, edition.

The "Tryphena", Captain ?, from Newfoundland to Oporto, is taken by Admiral Richery's Squadron, and sunk.

Arrived at Torbay, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Favourite", Captain Sparkes.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Endeavour", Cloak; "Success", Crease; "Balloon", White; "Marconi", Pullen;

"Bermuda", Wood; "Friendship", Soper; "Hoyden", Maddick; "Speedwell", Ford; & "New Success", Leigh.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Ireland, the vessel "Chance", Captain Robins.

Arrived at Clyde, from Newfoundland, the vessel "True Blue", Captain Underhill.

Jan 20, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Cheater; "Joseph & Francis", Newall; & "Susan", Hare.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Virginia, the vessel "Juno", Captain Hookey.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "British Queen", a Transport.

Arrived at Galway Bay, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ceres", Captain Williams.

Arrived at Limerick, from Barcelona and Newfoundland, the vessel "Enterprize", Captain ?, in great Distress, after throwing Part of her Cargo overboard.

Jan 24, 1797, edition.

The "Maria", Captain Randall, from Newfoundland to a Market, is taken by a Spanish Privateer, and carried into Vigo.

*****The "Don Quixotte", Eales, from Oporto to Topsham, are reported to be taken by the French. *Sometimes, aka Ayles.

Jan 27, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Gravesend, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Favourite", Captain Sparke.

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

Arrived at Limerick, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Flirt", Captain Skinner.

Jan 31, 1797, edition.

The "Sally", Captain Price, from Newfoundland to Oporto, is captured by a Spanish Privateer; the Captain is arrived in Ireland.

Feb 7, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Watts.

Feb 21, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Newton Abbott, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Terry.

Feb 24, 1797, edition.

The "Tristram, Captain ?, from Newfoundland to Poole, is scuttled in Galway Bay; supposed to have been taken by the French.

Mar 3, 1797, edition.

The "Commerce", Captain Langlois; & the "Queen", Captain Aubin, from Labrador, are taken in the Straights of Gibraltar, and carried into Algeciras.

Mar 7, 1797, edition.

*****Arrived at Limerick, from St. Ubes, the vessel "Apollo", Captain Codner.

Mar 14, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Friends", Captain Doyle.

Mar 17, 1797, edition.

The "Peter", Captain Jacobs, sailed from Newfoundland on or about Nov 29th, 1796, for England; and has not since been heard of.

Mar 21, 1797, edition.

Sailed from Portsmouth for Newfoundland, the "Pearl", Frigate, with a Convoy.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Fly", Green; "Joseph & Francis", Newall, "Trusty", Prouse; & "Love & Unity", Carpenter.

Mar 28, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Torbay, from Portsmouth, the "Pearl", Frigate. With her Convoy for Newfoundland.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Union", Gaden; & "Phillip", Sealy.

Arrived at Martinico, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Saucy George", Captain Parr, with much Damage.

Arrived at Barbadoes, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Chamont", Captain Hall, with some Damage.

Mar 31, 1797, edition.

*****The "Friends", Captain Calvert, from London to Virginia, is taken off Antigua, carried in Guadeloupe, and condemned there.

The "Ellen", Captain Kananaugh, from Newfoundland to Waterford, was taken off Cape Clear on the 4th. Since retaken and brought to Padstow.

*****Arrived at Figueira, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Resolution", Captain Harvey.

*****Arrived at Oporto, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Tamlin.

Apr 11, 1797, edition.

The "Sally", Captain Williams, from Barbados to Newfoundland, and back, is taken and carried into Guadeloupe.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Experiment", Bow; "Resolution", Goss; "Union", Thompson, & "Swift", Young.

Apr 18, 1797, edition.

The "Eliza", Captain Crew/Cruse from Newfoundland to Barbados, has been taken by the French, & retaken by one of the Forts at Montserrat.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Little Ben", Captain Romaine. *Out of Jersey.

Arrived at Grenada, from Newfoundland, the vessel "George", Captain Parsons.

Apr 21, 1797, edition.

The "Stork", Captain Adams, from Newfoundland to Barbados, is taken and carried into Guadeloupe.

*****Arrived at Liverpool, from Lisbon, the vessel "Fame", Captain Codner. < For ?Henry Studdy? >

Apr 25, 1797, edition.

*****Arrived at Torbay, from Portsmouth, the "Romney", Man of War, & "Venus", Frigate; with the Trade for Newfoundland.

Apr 28, 1797, edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Charlotte", Atkins; "Capelin", Shilebeer; "Marcaroni", Tipper, "William", Orchard; "Endeavour", Cloak; "Syren", Partridge; "Bee", Wood; "Collector", Collett; "Creon", Richards; & "Peep of Day", Kennicott. *"Bee", Wood, for Holdsworth.

*****Arrived at Lisbon, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Arthur Howe", Tucker; & "Atmizade", ?

*****Arrived at Lisbon, from Limerick, the vessel "Eagle", Captain Bowden.

*****Arrived at Oporto, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Tholan.

May 2, 1797, edition.

The "Defiance", Captain Flynn, from Gibraltar to St. Ube's and Newfoundland, is taken and carried to Cadiz. *Out of Poole.

*****Arrived at Madeira, from London, the vessel "Favourite", Captain Sparkes.

May 9, 1797, edition.

Sailed from Torbay for Newfoundland, the "Romney", Man of War, & "Venus", Frigate; with the Trade for Newfoundland.

Sailed form Poole, for Newfoundland, the vessel "Ceres", Captain Roche/Roach.

*****Arrived at Oporto, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Naples Packet", Captain Henley, after beating off a Spanish Privateer.

May 16, 1797, edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Swallow", Hancock; "Swift", Walters; "Friends", Furnall; "Turk", Thomas; & "Betsey", Gaden.

May 19, 1797, edition.

The "Thomas", Captain Furnall/Furnell, from Lisbon to Newfoundland, is taken by a Privateer. The Crew arrived at Poole.

Jun 2, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Potowmack", Captain Street.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessel "Stag", Captain Pattick/Paddock.

Jun 6, 1797, edition.

The "Hazard", Captain Drake, from Liverpool to Newfoundland, was taken by the "Vengeance", Cutter, about May 18th. The Hazard was sunk.

*****Arrived at Dublin, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Active", Captain Martin.

Jun 9, 1797, edition.

The "Good Intent", Captain Tomlin, from Oporto to Newfoundland, is taken by the "Darete" Privateer, and burnt.

Sailed from Torbay for Newfoundland, the "Latona", Frigate, with the Trade.

Jun 13, 1797, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Sunderland, the vessels/captains: "Helen", Button; "Jane", Hart; & "Eolus", Pearson. ( *Cargoes of Coal, or Salt. )

Jun 23, 1797, edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Liverpool, the vessel "Esther", Captain Green.

Arrived at Cork, from Newfoundland, the: "Hebe", Wilkinson; "Gibraltar", Andrews; "John", Landers; & "Ann", Brennock. < Lander(s) for B. Lester? >

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Portsmouth, the "Pearl", Frigate, with her Convoy.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Portsmouth, the "Mercury", Frigate, with her Convoy.

Jun 27, 1797, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Teignmouth, the vessel "Atlas", Captain Blackallar.

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

Sailed from Newfoundland for Portsmouth, the "Pearl", Frigate, and for England, the "Mercury", Frigate, with their Convoys.

Jul 7, 1797, edition.

*****Arrived at Newfoundland, from Figueira, the vessel "Devonshire", Captain Algar.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Swift", Captain Young, in 16 Days.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels/captains: "Joseph", Tullock; "Industry", Matthews; "David", Smith; "Henry", Wanhill; "Susan", Hare; "Resolution", Goss; "Joseph & Francis", Newall; & "Betsey", Millwood.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessels/captains: "Turner", Pike; "Eagle", Greave; "Boadica", Flinn; "Lord North", Gaylor; "Mercury", Simkins; & "Hope", Craft. < Flinn, for Saunders. >

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Ireland, the vessels/captains: "Swallow", Hancock; & "Little Benjamin", Romayne.

Jul 14, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker.

Jul 18, 1797, edition.

The "George", Captain Parsons, from Grenada to Newfoundland, is taken and carried to Guadeloupe.

The "Alexander", Captain Parr, from Martinico to Newfoundland, is taken and carried into St. Eustatius.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "Anna Maria", Captain Danson.

Jul 21, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Cloak.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Bulbury", Captain Horner/Homer?.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessels/captains: "Phya", Atkinson; & "Hicobite", Coates.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessels/captains: "Turk", Thomas; & "Friends", Fourneaux.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Stag", Captain Pattick.

Jul 25, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Noel. *Aka Nowell/Knowles, per this listing.

Aug 1, 1797, edition.

The "Resolution", Captain Harvey, from Figueira to Newfoundland, after receiving considerable Damage on the Bar, and repairing, sailed May 28th, was taken on June 1st, by a Privateer of 10 Guns belonging to Nantes. Was afterwards retaken, and taken again, and sent for France.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Love & Unity", Carpenter; & "Hope", Taylor.

Aug 4, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from St. Ubes, the vessels/captains: "Britannia", Frampton; & "Fly", Green.

Aug 11, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Bermuda", Captain Way.

Aug 15, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ellen", Captain Kavanaugh.

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

Aug 18, 1797, edition.

The "Falcon", Captain Emery, from Newfoundland to Poole, is taken by a French Privateer. The Crew put on Shore at Dartmouth.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Labrador, the vessel "John", Captain Beasant.

Arrived at Antigua, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lark", Captain Drew.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Barbados, the vessels/captains: "Chamont", Hall; & "Recovery", Wakemam.

Aug 22, 1797, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Echo", Captain Edmunds.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Ceres", Captain Roach.

Aug 25, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "John", Green; & "Potowmack", Street.

Aug 29, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Cork, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Kenton", Teague; & "Hoyden", Maddick/Maddock.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessel "Peggy", Captain Mullony.

Sep 1, 1797, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Triumph", Brinton; "Fox", Haswell; & "Emulation", Allen.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Barbados, the vessel "Bee", Captain Wainwright.

Sep 5, 1797, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Susan", Hare; & "Industry", Matthews.

Sep 8, 1797, edition.

*****Arrived at Jamaica, from St. Domingo, the vessel "Favourite", Captain Sparkes.

Sep 19, 1797, edition.

*****Arrived at Cowes, from Demerara, the vessel "Joanna", Captain Reyberg, having on board the Crew of a Vessel from Newfoundland to Barbados-lost.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Vibert.

Sep 22, 1797, edition.

The "Britannia", Captain Frampton, from Newfoundland to Portugal, is taken and carried into St. Andero.

The "Recovery", Captain Fluin?, from Newfoundland to Barbados, foundered at Sea. Crew saved.

Sep 26, 1797, edition.

The "Good Intent", Captain Coates, from Ross to Newfoundland, is put back to Waterford, with Damage.

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Creon", Richards; & "Enterprize", Beard.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Lively", Martin; & "Navigation", ?

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

Oct 3, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Kinsale, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Herald", Captain Langlois.

Oct 10, 1797, edition.

*****Arrived off Portsmouth, from Jamaica with a Convoy, the vessel "Favourite", Captain Sparkes.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Terry.

Oct 13, 1797, edition.

The "Stag", Captain Pattick, from St. Ube's to Newfoundland, has been taken by a French Privateer, and given up to the Crew of a Portuguese Ship, from the Brazailles; which had been captured.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Balloon", Captain White. < For ?Henry Studdy? >

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Oporto, the vessel "Naples Packet", Captain Henly.

Oct 17, 1797, edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Coates.

*****Arrived at Bay Chaleurs, from Lisbon, the vessel "King's Fisher", Captain Le Visconte. *Out of Jersey.

Oct 20, 1797, edition.

Arrived at New York, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Amy", Captain Soper.

Oct 24, 1797, edition.

The "Potowmack", Captain Street, from Lisbon to Newfoundland, taken by a Privateer, is retaken and arrived at Lisbon.

Oct 27, 1797, edition.

The "Dolphin", Captain Vibert, of Jersey, from Lisbon to Newfoundland, taken by a French Privateer, is retaken, and arrived at Lisbon.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Nancy", Sawyer; "Daniel", Wood; & "Eliza", Henley.

Oct 31, 1797, edition.

The "Somme", Captain Downing, from Newfoundland to Oporto, is taken and carried into Vigo.

Nov 3, 1797, edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Liverpool, the vessel "Juno", Captain Northover.

Nov 7, 1797, edition.

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

Arrived at Jersey, from Labrador, the vessel "Bee", Captain Le Gallais.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Bell", Captain Boden.

Nov 10, 1797, edition.

The "Fogo", and the "Audacious", Captain Phelps, from Newfoundland, are taken on the Coast of Portugal.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker.

Nov 14, 1797, edition.

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

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Minerva", Captain Reed.

Nov 21, 1797, edition.

The "Fox", Captain Hasel, from Poole to Newfoundland, has been taken by the "Buonaparte", Privateer; since retaken by the Crew, and arrived at Ilfracombe.

The "General Wolfe", Gleed; & "Esther", Green; are taken by French Privateers after parting with the Convoy bound to Newfoundland, in a Gale of Wind.

The "Anna Maria", Captain Danson, from London to Newfoundland, is taken and carried into Bayone.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Lisbon, the vessel "Navigation", Captain Bristow.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Cork, the vessel "Express", Captain Pearce.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Princess Royal", Captain Hill.

Nov 24, 1797, edition.

The "General Wolfe", Captain Gleed, Poole to Newfoundland, taken by a French Privateer, is retaken by the Mate, one Man, and two Boys, and arrived at Cork.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Fanny", Richardson; "Good Intent", Pratt; "Cerberus", Fitz; & "Trusty", Prouse.

Dec 5, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Jersey, from Labrador, the vessels/captains: "Princess Royal", Pickstock; "Swift", Du Pois; & "Eclipse", Grouchy.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Hocquoil, after being plundered. < For Winter & Co. >

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessel "Dolphin", Captain Vibert.

Dec 8, 1797, edition.

The "Maria", Captain Leech, from Dartmouth to Newfoundland, foundered at Sea. The Crew saved and arrived at Lisbon.

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Mercury", Captain Richards.

Dec 12, 1797, edition.

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

Dec 15, 1797, edition.

The "Elizabeth", Stevens, from Newfoundland to Teignmouth, foundered at Sea.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Love & Unity", Carpenter; "Bee", Morecom; & "Henry", Wanhill.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the: "Elizabeth & Sarah", Palk; "Devonshire", Algar; "Unity", Nicholls; "Concord", Crew; & "Liberty", Warren.

Dec 19, 1797, edition.

The "Good Intent", Efford; and "Pilgrim", Webber, from Newfoundland to Dartmouth, are both taken by the French. The former is retaken by the Crew.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Collector", Collet; "Rodney", Cole; "Caroline", Vallance; & "Mary", Taylor.

Dec 22, 1797, edition.

The "New Success", Captain Leigh, from Barbados to Newfoundland, is taken by a Privateer.

Dec 26, 1797, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Resolution", Captain Goss.

Dec 29, 1797, edition.

The "Daniel", Captain Wood, from Oporto to Newfoundland, is lost in going into Fortune Bay, Newfoundland.

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1798

Jan 2, 1798, edition.

The "Chance", Green; and "Eagle", Greaves, with Cargoes on board, were driven ashore in Carbonear Bay, on Dec 1, in a violent Gale of Wind.

The "Gibraltar", Captain Andrews, in Ballast, is lost in Carbonear Bay.

Jan 5, 1798, edition.

The "Endeavour", Captain Bulley, from Newfoundland to Dartmouth, has been taken, retaken, and arrived at Ilfracombe.

The "Triton", Schooner, is lost at Carbonear, Newfoundland.

Arrived at Falmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Columbus", Captain Cheater; bound to Poole.

Jan 9, 1798, edition.

The "Garland", Captain Blake, from Newfoundland to Lisbon, is taken and carried into St. Sebastian’s.

The "Dolphin", Captain Harris, Newfoundland to Dartmouth, is taken off the Start, by a Privateer. Since captured by the "Stag" Cutter, and sent to Plymouth.

Jan 12, 1798, edition.

The "Squirrel", Captain Standley, from Newfoundland to Poole, is taken by a French Privateer, and carried into Bilboa.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Delight", Ford; & "Ann", Batten.

*****Arrived at Firth of Forth, from Petersburg, the vessel "Carbonear", Captain Balfour. ( http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/balfour_james_5E.html )

Jan 16, 1798, edition.

*****Arrived at Plymouth, from St. Ube's, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain ?, bound to Waterford.

Jan 19, 1798, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Lisbon, the vessel "Swallow", Captain Hancock.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Emulation", Allen; & "Boadicea", Flinn.

Jan 30, 1798, edition.

The "Good Intent", Captain Coates, from Waterford to Newfoundland, is taken and carried into France.

Feb 2, 1798, edition.

The "Squid", Captain Neck, from Newfoundland to England is taken and carried into Rochelle.

Feb 6, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Hancock.

Feb 13, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Liverpool, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas & Mary", Captain Young.

Feb 16, 1798, edition.

*****Arrived at Liverpool, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Swallow", Captain Bulley.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Bulley.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Triton", Captain Mitchell.

*****Arrived at Oporto, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Rodney", Captain Tessier.

Feb 20, 1798, edition.

The "Good Intent", Captain Shaw, from Newfoundland to Martinico, is captured.

*****Arrived at Poole, from London, the vessel "Juno", Captain Northover.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Lark", Captain Martin.

Mar 6, 1798, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Henry", Sabbin; "Trusty", Prowse; "Swallow", Burridge; & "Hebe", Wilkinson.

Mar 9, 1798, edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Friends", Morry; & "Harmony", Wood.

Mar 16, 1798, edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Dispatch", Ford; "Peep of Day", Kennicot; "Ann", Patten; & "Hoyden", Mogridge.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Echo", Young; & "Cabrus", Brinton. < J. Young for J. Jeffrey. > < J. Brinton for Clarke & Co. >

Mar 23, 1798, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessel "Resolution", Captain Goss. < C. Goss for B. Lester. >

Mar 27, 1798, edition.

Sailed from Waterford to Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Chilcombe", Kavanaugh; & "Ann", Ryan. < Both for G. Keough. >

Mar 30, 1798, edition.

Sailed from Clyde for Newfoundland, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Smith.

Apr 3, 1798, edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessel "Echo", Captain Durrell.

Apr 6, 1798, edition.

*****Arrived at Liverpool, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Arthur Howe", Captain Tucker.

Apr 20, 1798, edition.

The "Lark", Captain Drew, from Newfoundland to Barbados and Antigua, is taken, after landing part of the Cargo at Barbados.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Ann & James", Tullock; "Serpent", Oldis; "Navigation", Bristow; < "Active", J. Green, for R. Tory & Co. >; "Joseph & Francis", Carpenter; "Bulbury", Homer; "Love & Unity", Miller; & "Fanny", Richardson. < R. Homer and R. Miller, for John Slade & Co. > < T. Bristow for Clarke & Co. >

Sailed from Clyde for Newfoundland, the vessel "Hebe", Captain Montgomerie.

Apr 27, 1798, edition.

Sailed from Dartmouth for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Betsey", Richards; "Unity", Morrey; "Adventure", Knowles; "Collector", Collett; "Charlotte", Carpenter; "Enterprize", Tomlin; "Dart", Rich; & "Mary", Taylor. < Rich for Newman. >

May 18, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessels/captains: "Turner", Pike; "Minerva", Read; "Naples Packet", Henly; "Charlotte", Atkins; & "Lion", Ash.

Jun 8, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Harmony", Captain Wood.

Jun 26, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Elizabeth", Smith; & "Carolina", Jenkins.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Naples Packet", Captain Atkins.

Jun 29, 1798, edition.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Oporto, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Butler. ?Bulley? < ?G. Bulley for Bidgood? >

Jul 10, 1798, edition.

The "Turner", Captain Pike, from Newfoundland to Lisbon, is taken by a French Privateer.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Ceres", Roach; & "Echo", Wareham.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessels/captains: "Thomas", Hancock; "Minerva", Read; & "Stag", Pattick.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessels/captains: "Trusty", Prouse; "Esther", Green; "Swallow", Hancock; "Little Ben", Romayne; "Henry", Wanhill; "Industry", Matthews; & "Serpent", Oldis.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Cork, the vessel "General Wolfe", Captain Tullock.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Liverpool, the vessels/captains: "Little Sister", Bulley; "Apollo", Codner; & "Enterprize", Keats.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Syren", Parrtridge; "Enterprize", Bennett; "Dart", Rich; "Rodney", Cole; & "Friends", Murray.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the: "Hicobite", Coates; "Jean", Crews; "Turk", Thomas; & "Friends", Fourneaux. < S. Coates for Henderson. >

Jul 13, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from St. Kitt's, the vessel "Matilda", Captain Parsons.

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

Jul 20, 1798, edition.

*****Arrived at Lisbon, from London, the vessel "Sally", Captain Giles.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Ann & James", Captain Tullock.

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

Jul 24, 1798, edition.

*****Arrived at Waterford, from Oporto, the vessel "Ann", Captain Sullivan.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Figueira, the vessel "Shandy Hall", Captain Bishop.

Jul 27, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the: "Lord North", Gaylor; "Betsey", Andrews; "Echo", Edmunds; "Esther", Green; & "Enterprize", Codner.

Arrived at New York, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Jane", Vicars; & "Henry", Sabbin.

Jul 31, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Labrador, the vessel "Creon", Captain Bully.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Little Benjamin", Romayne; & "General Wolfe", Tullock. < Romayne for B. Lester. >

Arrived at Jamaica, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sisters", Captain Hamilton.

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captainS: "Charlotte", Carpenter, & "Abeona", Evans. < "Abeona", Evans, for Pinson & Co. >

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

Aug 7, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Oriana", Captain Patterson.

Aug 14, 1798, edition.

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

Aug 17, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Grenada, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Courier", Captain Grant.

Aug 21, 1798, edition.

The "Herald", of Jersey, Captain Pickstock, from St. Ube's to Labrador; captured a Spanish Packet of 10 Guns & 19 Men, from Havannah to Cadiz.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Waterford, the vessel "Bickford", Captain Elson.

Aug 24, 1798, edition.

Sailed from Clyde for Newfoundland, the vessel "Countess", Captain Crawford.

Aug 28, 1798, edition.

Arrived at New York, from Newfoundland, the: "Brothers", Heath; "Dart", Rich; "Triumph", Belding; "Greyhound", Bourdett; & "Neptune", Deane.

< R. Heath, for N. Wilkins of Dartmouth. >

Sep 11, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Jamaica, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Ruth", Fleck; "Catherine", Kelland; & "Morning Star", Young.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Peggy", Captain Soper.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Portsmouth, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Bedlake. < For Hutchings. >

Sep 14, 1798, edition.

The "Catherine", Captain Cobb, from Barbados to Newfoundland, is captured, and carried into Guadelopue.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Viana, the vessel "Hannah", Captain Reed.

Sep 18, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Manning", Captain Lane.

Arrived at Martinico, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Shandy Hall", Captain Walker.

Oct 2, 1798, edition.

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

Oct 9, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Martinico, the vessel "Harmony", Captain Wood.

Oct 19, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Martinico, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Graham.

Nov 2, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Western Isles, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Trusty", Captain Prowse.

Nov 6, 1798, edition.

The "Charlotte", Captain Carpenter, was lost on the Coast of Labrador, on Sep. 11th.

The "Triton", Fuber; & "Esther", Green, from Lisbon to Newfoundland, were taken. The former burnt, and the latter given up to the Crew, after being plundered.

Arrived at Jersey, from Labrador, the vessel "Providence", Captain Le Gallais.

Nov 16, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Clyde, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ruth", Captain Fleck.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Navigation", Christian; "Swallow", Burrage; & "Harmony", Floud. < Burrage for Street & Co. >

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Oporto, the vessel "Jersey", Captain Tozer.

Nov 20, 1798, edition.

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

Dec 4, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Esther", Green; "Thomas", Cocking; "Sally", Dredge; "David", Warn; "Jersey", Le Feuvre; "Pandora", Douglas; "Active", Green; "John & Susannah", Keates; "Swift", Du Bois; "Latonia" Frigate; "Belle", Bowden; "Love & Unity", Miller; "Robert & Mary", Seward; "Phinn", Atkinson; "Dolphin", Clement; "Countess Bute", M'kellar; "Active", Simpson; "Bulbury", Homer; "Caroline", Langdon; "Argo", West; "Industry", Coleman; "Balloon", Foran; "William", Orchard; "Dispatch", Ford; "Thomas", Hancock; "Cognac", Townson; "Lime", Ash; "Garland", Semekins; "Devonshire", Algar; "Hercules", Saunders; & "Minerva", Reed. < The "Devonshire", Algar for J. W. Goss. >

Dec 7, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Parkstone", Captains W. Warren/W. Ladd, for John Slade & Co.

Arrived at Figueira, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Knowles.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", late Giles.

Dec 11, 1798, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Sunderland, the vessel "Three Sisters", Captain Knight.

Dec 21, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Beckford", Elson; "Hawke", Milward; "Harmony", Wood; "Syren", Partridge; "Dart", Rich; "Lovell", Boden; "Lottery", Revett; "Unity", Dunsby; & "Apollo", Codner.

Dec 25, 1798, edition.

The "Ceres", Captain Whiteway, from Newfoundland to Oporto, is taken by a Privateer off Oporto Bar.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Peggy", Soper; & "Speedwell", Codner.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Madeira, the vessel "Active", Captain Hussey.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Caroline", Captain Vallance.

Arrived at Figueira, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Betsey", Holman; & "Elizabeth & Sarah", Palk.

Dec 28, 1798, edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Elizabeth", Stephens; "Nimrod", ?; & "Friends", Mitchell.

Arrived at Torbay, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Fanny", Captain Champion.

Arrived at Plymouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Rodney", Captain Colburn. *Retaken.

Arrived at Figueira, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Betsey", Captain Bulley.

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1799

Jan 4, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Falmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Industry", Soper; "Providence", Nichols; & "Ann", Harvey.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hoyden", Maddick; & "Mary", Taylor. < Taylor for Morey & Co. >

*****< The 40 ton "Providence", Newfoundland built in 1796, and captained by T. Taylor, for J. Taylor, Bristol to Exeter, to Teignmouth. >

Jan 8, 1799, edition.

The "Little Sisters", Captain Bulley, from Newfoundland to Oporto, is captured and carried into Galacica. < J. Bulley for Wilkings. >

Arrived at Mount's Bay, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Flora", Captain Ball.

Arrived at Limerick, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ann", Captain Ryan, in distress. < P. Ryan for G. Keough >

Jan 11, 1799, edition.

The "Swallow", Captain Burridge, from Lisbon to Newfoundland, is taken by a French Privateer.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Amphion", Captain Sealy.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "John", Saunders; "Lark", Emery; & "Britannia", Young.

Arrived at Clyde, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Crow Isle", Captain Leake.

Jan 15, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Castlehaven, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Knowles. ( *Knowles/Nowell per this edition. ) < J. Nowell, for Pinsent. >

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Jersey", Tozer; "Hero", Cane; "Hope", Croft; "Adventure", Nowell; & "Endeavour", Cloke.

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

Jan 18, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Betsey", Williams; "Nancy", Swyer; & "Hebe", Bryan.

Jan 22, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Dutchess of Argyle", Goodman; & "Venus", Harvey.

*****Arrived at Teignmouth, from Figueira, the vessel "Elizabeth & Sarah", Captain Palk.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Friends", Captain Phelan.

Jan 25, 1799, edition.

The "Devon", Captain Shapley, from Newfoundland to England, was abandoned at Sea, the 3rd, very leaky. Had been 10 Days without Mast, Bowsprit, or Boat.

Jan 29, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Labrador, the vessels/captains: "Bermuda", Way(e); & "Creon", Bulley. < W. Way for Noble & Co. > . . 3

Feb 12, 1799, edition.

*****Arrived at Falmouth, from Plymouth, the vessel "Rodney", Captain Colburn.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Triton", Captain Mitchell.

Feb 15, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Figueira, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lion", Captain Brown. After throwing part of the Cargo overboard.

Feb 26, 1799, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Lisbon, the vessels/captains: "Garland", Garland; & "Esther", Green.

*****Arrived at Dublin, from Oporto, the vessel "Apollo", Captain Codner, with loss of Anchors & Cables. < W. Codner for Codner & Co. >

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Friends", Captain Doyle.

Mar 1, 1799, edition.

*****The "Sally", late Giles, from Lisbon to Oporto, is captured.

Mar 15, 1799, edition.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Venus", Lincoln; "Cabrus", Brinton; "Echo", Green; "Lark", Carrol; "Garland", Simkins; "John", Lander; "Trusty", Prowse; "John", Stone; & "Betsey", Thompson. < J. Brinton for Clarke & Co. > < H. Stone for R. Miller. > < Prowse for Kemp & Co. >

Apr 2, 1799, edition.

Sailed from Waterford for Newfoundland, the vessel "Eliza", Captain Collins.

Apr 9, 1799, edition.

*****Arrived at Oporto, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Sally", Withycomb; & "Elizabeth", Stephens.

Apr 16, 1799, edition.

The "Betsey", Bulley; and "Amity", Wood; from Figueira to Newfoundland, are captured. The Captains landed at Torbay.

The "Peggy", Rowe, from Dartmouth to Newfoundland, foundered at Sea-Crew saved.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland the: "John & Thomas", Stanley; "Parkstone", Ladd; & "Hope", Croft. < *"John & Thomas", Standley, for John Slade. >

Apr 23, 1799, edition.

The "Echo", Captain ?, from Poole to Newfoundland, was taken the 8th Inst. by a French Privateer, retaken by the Mate and one Boy, and arrived at Plymouth.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Good Intent", Spencer; & "Active", Tullock.

*****Arrived at Cadiz, from Poole, the vessel "Mary", Captain Taylor.

May 3, 1799, edition.

Sailed from Falmouth, the Ships to join the "Venus" Frigate, to Newfoundland.

May 14, 1799, edition.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Liverpool, the vessel "Juno", Captain Northover.

May 17, 1799, edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Portsmouth, the "Castor", Frigate, with her Convoy for Newfoundland.

May 21, 1799, edition.

The "Lark", Captain ?; from Poole to Newfoundland, is taken by the "Mars", Privateer, and burnt.

The "Active", Captain Ford; from England to Newfoundland, is taken by a French Privateer; some of the Crew landed at Torbay.

May 24, 1799, edition.

Sailed from Cork, for Newfoundland, the "Castor" Frigate, with a Fleet.

Jun 4, 1799, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend, for Labrador, the vessel "Harmony" Captain Long.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessel "Dispatch", Captain Ford. < Ford, for Newman of Dartmouth. >

Jul 9, 1799, edition.

Arrived at New York, from St. John's, the vessel "Hopewell", Captain Quinton.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessel "David", Captain Warn. < W. Warren for Saunders, Poole to Newfoundland. >

Jul 12, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Venus", Frigate; "Lion", Ash; & "Elizabeth & Sarak", Palk.

Jul 19, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Minerva", Captain Reed. < A. Reed, for the Kemp firm. >

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Elizabeth & Sarah", Ball; "Harmony", Floud; "Ruth", Smith; "Marianne", Bulley; & "Dart", Rich.

*****Arrived at Lisbon, from Exeter, the vessel "Friends", Captain Hallahan.

Jul 23, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Ireland, the vessels/captains: "Henry", Wanhill; "Unity", Sealy; "Jenny", Hoyles; & "Success", Palk. < Sealy for Henly & Co. >

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Liverpool, the vessels/captains: "Royal Princess", Keats; "Hercules", Saunders; "Elizabeth", Bulley; & "Apollo", Codner.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Bristol, the vessels/captains: "Enterprize", Tamlyn; "Friends", Fourneaux; & "Turk", Thomas. < Furneaux for Newall & Co. >

Jul 26, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Speedy", Codner; & "Speedwell", Richards.

Jul 30, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Cork, the vessels/captains: "Adventurer", Nowell; & "Eliza", Henley.

Aug 16, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Bulbury", Captain Homer.

Sailed from Clyde for Newfoundland, the vessel "Cato", Captain Crews.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Ross, the vessel "Ann", Captain Ryan.

Aug 27, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Pike.

Aug 30, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Labrador, from Jersey, the vessels/captains: "Swift", Dubois; "Lord Nelson", ?; & "Providence", Le Greshy.

Sep 3, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Barbados, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Montezuma", Captain ?; & "Nymph", Captain ?

Sep 17, 1799, edition.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the: "Jenny", Elmes; "Frederick", Danson; & "Frederick", Harris. < J. Harris for J. Newall, Bristol - Newfoundland. >

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Liverpool, the vessel "Chance", Captain Codner.

Sep 20, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Torr Abbey", Captain Mudge.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Poole, the vessel "Echo", Captain Whittle.

Arrived at Quebec, from Newfoundland, the vessel "General Wolfe", Captain Tullock. < George Tullock for Kemp firm. >

Sep 24, 1799, edition.

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

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessels/captains: "Dolphin", Jones; "Ann", Henderson; "Eliza & Sarah", Ball; & "Enterprize", Sweetland.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Liverpool, the vessel "Atlas", Captain Knight.

Oct 11, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hawke", Captain Allen.

Oct 15, 1799, edition.

The "Regulator", Captain Noel, from Newfoundland to Sydney, is lost on the island of Langley. Crew saved.

The "John", Lander, from Oporto to Newfoundland, is taken and carried into Bourdeaux. *Out of Poole.

Arrived at Demerara, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Hoyles.

Oct 22, 1799, edition.

*****Arrived at Liverpool, from Barbados, the vessel "Montezuma", Captain Boyd.

Oct 25, 1799, edition.

*****Arrived at Clyde, from Lisbon, the vessels/captains: "Maryann", Bulley; & "Apollo", Codner.

Nov 12, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Cork, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Knowles.

Nov 15, 1799, edition.

The "Elizabeth", Captain Bulley, from Newfoundland to Jamaica, is taken and carried into Cuba.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Amphion", Captain Warren.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Active", Williams; & "Echo", Brittle.

Arrived at Jersey, from Labrador, the vessel "Providence", Captain Le Greshley.

Nov 19, 1799, edition.

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

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Thomas", Captain Hancock.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Demerara, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Hoyles.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Quebec, the vessel "Chatty", Captain Seager.

Nov 29, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sarah", Captain Whiticombe/Whitycombe.

Dec 3, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessels/captains: "Caesar", Harrison; & "Elizabeth", Davis.

Dec 6, 1799, edition.

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

Dec 10, 1799, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Oriana", Captain Patterson.

Dec 17, 1799, edition.

The "Harmony", Captain Wood, Newfoundland to Portugal, is taken near Oporto, and carried into Vigo. < T. Wood for W. Curtis, out of Dartmouth. >

*****Arrived at Cork, from Glasglow, the vessels/captains: "Montezuma", Captain Boyd; & "Herbert", Hamilton.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the: "Serpent", Oldis; "Elizabeth & Sarah", Palk; & "Mary", Whiteway. < Oldis for Strong & Co., of Poole. >

Dec 20, 1799, edition.

The "Cynthia", Martin, from Newfoundland to Poole, was taken Nov 24th, and carried into Cherbourgh. With 6 or 7 other Prizes.

Dec 31, 1799, edition.

Extracted from French Papers: An English Ship from Newfoundland, laden with Cod, Oil, and Fish, taken by "L'Aventurier" of L'Orient; and sent for Corunna.

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1800

Jan 3, 1800, edition.

The "Nymph", Captain Nicholson, from Newfoundland to Liverpool, has been taken, retaken; and arrived at Crookhaven.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Madeira, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Spencer.

Jan 7, 1800, edition.

The "Industry" of Teignmouth, from Newfoundland; & the "Syren", Captain Partridge; of Dartmouth, was lost at Oporto Bar. < Partridge for Newman. >

The "Friends", of Topsham, from Newfoundland to Oporto, was taken, and retaken by the "Revenge", Privateer, of London. The "Revenge" engaged a Spanish Privateer, of 10 Guns, for 3/4 quarters of an Hour, when the Spaniard blew up. Only 8 Men were saved, out of 76. . . . . 4

Jan 10, 1800, edition.

The "Caesar", Captain Harrison, from Newfoundland to Oporto, is taken by a Spanish Privateer, and carried into Lisbon.

Arrived at Figueira, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Atlas", Captain Knight.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Stag", Valentine; & "Liberty", Dearing. *Note Jan 3, 1797, edition entry.

Jan 14, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Jersey, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Burin", Captain Pirouet.

Jan 21, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Love & Unity", Captain Miller.

Jan 24, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Victory", Balne; "Good Intent", Spencer; & "Boadicia", Flinn.

Arrived at Helford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Nowell.

Jan 28, 1800, edition.

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

Jan 31, 1800, edition.

The Hoyden", Captain Elford, from Newfoundland to Dartmouth, was taken Jan 7th, by "Le Rage", Privateer. *Previously Captained by Maddick/Maddock.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Guernsey, the vessel "Magdalena", Captain Noel.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Nancy", Captain Bowden.

Feb 4, 1800, edition.

The "Nancy", Tozer, from Newfoundland; & "Lark", Codner, from Dartmouth, are captured and carried into Vigo.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Recovery", Captain Stokes.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the: "Hawke", Allen; "Eagle", Emery; "Dispatch", Ford; "Nancy", Stanworth; & "General Wolfe", Tullock.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Quebec, the vessel "Drummond", Captain Fenwick.

Feb 7, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Clyde, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hunter", Captain Clyde.

Arrived at Waterford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Jenny", Captain Elmes.

Feb 18, 1800, edition.

*****Arrived at Cork, from Figueira, the vessel "Atlas", Captain Knight.

Arrived at Madeira, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Commerce", Captain Gibbon.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Inconstantia", Captain Tapley.

Feb 21, 1800, edition.

The "Commerce", Captain Bibbins, from Newfoundland to Portugal, is taken and carried into Vigo.

Feb 25, 1800, edition.

The "Endeavour", Captain Rowe, from Newfoundland to Figueira, is taken by a French Privateer.

Mar 4, 1800, edition.

*****Arrived at Dublin, from Lisbon, the vessel "Elizabeth & Sarah", Captain Palk.

Mar 14, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Jersey", Le Feuvre; "Lovell", Bowden; & "Chatty", Seager.

Mar 21, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Torbay, from Portsmouth, the "Camila" of 20 Guns; with a Fleet for Newfoundland.

Mar 25, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Naples, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Fly", Rouslel; & "Valentine", Chrichell.

Mar 28, 1800, edition.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Lisbon, the vessel "Mary", Captain Whiteway.

Apr 1, 1800, edition.

The "Lovely Mary", Captain Butland, sailed from Burin, Newfoundland, for Portugal, on Nov 21st last, and has not since been heard of.

Apr 22, 1800, edition.

The "Sovereign", Captain Flannagan, from Newfoundland to the West Indies, is captured and carried into Guadeloupe, after a severe Engagement.

The "Nimrod", Captain Sealy, from Teignmouth to Newfoundland, was taken by a Privateer, the 27th March, and sunk.

Sailed from Poole for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains; "Boadicia", Bully; "Princess Royal", Keats; & "Fanny", Gallop.

May 2, 1800, edition.

Sailed Poole to Newfoundland, the; "Falcon", Walters; "Experiment", Haswell; "Industry", Clements; "Esther", Green; "Bulbury", Miller, & "Active", Stone.

Sailed from Clyde for Newfoundland, the vessel "Margaret & Eliza", Captain Stevenson.

Sailed from Cork for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Harriot", Kearney; & "Ann", Ryan.

May 20, 1800, edition.

The "Enterprize", Captain Tamlin, from Bristol to Newfoundland, is stranded in Bigbury Bay, near Kingsbridge.

May 27, 1800, edition.

The "Princess Royal", Captain Langlois, from Jersey to Labrador, was taken the 11th, near Cape Clear, by a Privateer of 32 Guns, and retaken.

The "Jason", Captain Wadland, from Teignmouth to Newfoundland, foundered at Sea. Crew saved.

The "Mercury", Captain Codner, from London to Newfoundland, is got into Scilly by the Boatmen of that Place, after being deserted by the Crew.

May 30, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Liverpool, the vessel "Jane & Sarah", Captain Whittle.

Jun 10, 1800, edition.

The "Jason", Captain Wadland, from Teignmouth to Newfoundland, has been deserted by the Crew, and since towed into Cork.

Jun 20, 1800, edition.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Guernsey, the vessel "Friends", Captain Robson.

Jun 24, 1800, edition.

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

Jun 27, 1800, edition.

*****Arrived at Clyde, from Savannah, the vessel "Montezuma", Captain Boyd.

Jul 4, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Speedy", Captain Ashford.

Jul 11, 1800, edition.

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

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Liverpool, the vessels/captains: "Halifax", Goss; "James", Pullen; "Louisa", Cheek; & "Jane", Robertson.

Jul 15, 1800, edition.

The "Sirene", Captain Partridge?, from Jersey to Newfoundland, has been taken by a French Privateer, the Crew carried into Bordeaux.

The "Concord", Captain Ressegrieve, from Jersey to Newfoundland, is taken by "Le Grand Decide", Privateer, and carried into France.

Jul 18, 1800, edition.

The "Labourer", Captain Milward, from Newfoundland to Lisbon, foundered at Sea, May 27th.

Jul 25, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Falmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Guernsey Lilly", Captain Simon.

*****Arrived at Bristol, from Jersey, the vessel "Young Peggy", Captain Simon.

Arrived at Clyde, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Cato", Captain Crews.

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Mercury", Richards; & "Creon", Beard.

Aug 1, 1800, edition.

The "Commerce", Captain Bulley, of Dartmouth, has been taken off Sardinia, since retaken, and carried into Minorca, Jun 12th.

The "Providence", Captain Le Greshley, from Jersey to Labrador, has been taken and carried into Rochelle, May 17th.

**********Arrived at Torbay, from Leghorn, the vessels/captains: "Smallbridge", Furnell; & "Isabella & Ann", Durrell.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Swallow", Captain Richards.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Liverpool, the vessel "Harriot", Captain Hurry?

Aug 5, 1800, edition.

The "Jane & Sarah", Captain Whittle, from Newfoundland to Lisbon, was taken by a French Frigate Seven Days after leaving Newfoundland, and sunk.

*****Samuel Spratt wed Mary Slade on Dec 7, 1739, at Winfrith Newburgh, Dorset. Their daughter Martha, b. Jan 22, 1747; wed a Whittle. ?James Whittle?

Aug 8, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Labrador, the vessel "Creon", Captain Beard.

Arrived at Poole, from Labrador, the vessel "Parkstone", Captain ?

Sailed from Clyde, for Newfoundland, the vessel "Hebe", Captain Montgomery.

Aug 12, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from London, the vessels/captains: "Hope", Brooks; & "Oriana", Patterson.

Aug 19, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Plymouth, from Newfoundland, the "Voltigeur", Sloop, & the vessel "Oriana", Captain Patterson.

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

Aug 26, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Penguin", Captain Rowe.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessels/captains: "General Wolfe", Tullock; & "Enterprize", Sawyer. < J. Swyer for W. Adey, out of Poole. >

Aug 29, 1800, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend for Newfoundland, the vessel "William", Captain Chant.

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

Sep 9, 1800, edition.

*****Arrived at Clyde, from Jamaica, the vessel "Elizabeth", Captain Reed.

Sep 12, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Viana, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Hope", Captain Brooks.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Dart", Rich; "Commerce", Besant; "Enterprize", Sawyer; "Bulberry", Miller; & "Pandora", Galt.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels: "Little Sisters", "Diana", "Rose in June", "Experiment", & "Thomas"; & "Balloon".

Sep 16, 1800, edition.

*****Sailed from Clyde for Barbados, the vessel "Montezuma", Captain Boyd.

Arrived at Martinico, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Active", Davis; "Nile", Haywood; & "Charlotte", Barnard.

Arrived at St. Kitt's, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Pitt", Captain Penton.

Sep 19, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Gravesend, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Fanny", Stanworth; & "Iroquois", Tilbury.

Sailed from Gravesend, for Newfoundland, the vessel "George", Captain Evans.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Gannet", Captain ?

Arrived at Clyde, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Britannia", Captain Cowan.

Sailed from Clyde, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Alexander", Captain Durham.

Arrived at Quebec, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Stag", Valentine, & "Victory", Bishop.

Sep 23, 1800, edition.

Sailed from Gravesend, for Newfoundland, the vessel "Abeona", Captain Evans.

Arrived at Deal, for Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "George", Evans; "Abeona", Evans; & "Fanny", Stanworth.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Cerberus", Captain Tucker.

Sep 26, 1800, edition.

Sailed from Clyde, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Samuel", M'Lea; "Clyde", Kirk; & "Eliza", M'Allister.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from New York, the vessel "Kangaroo", Captain Downing.

Arrived at Quebec, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Mary", Captain Duggin.

Oct 3, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Plymouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Maria", Captain Terry. *Aka: "Mary", Terry. < Terry, out of Dartmouth, for Holdsworth. >

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Esther", Captain Green.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessels/captains: "Hope", Hewson; & "Success", Green. < Benjamin Green, out of Poole, for Alderidge? >

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Guernsey, the vessels/captains: "Guernsey Lilly", ?, & "Nelson", Le Reux.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Liverpool, the vessels/captains: "Mary", Pike; & "Dorsetshire", Taylor.

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessel "Quicksilver", Captain Rolstone.

Oct 7, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Liverpool, the vessels/captains: "Active", Parminter; & "Hero", Dean(e).

Oct 10, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessel "Hunter", Captain King.

Oct 14, 1800, edition.

The "Industry", Captain Randall, from Poole to Newfoundland, is on shore off Portsmouth. Got off shore per the 17th edition.

Sailed from Clyde, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Scourge", M'Larty; "Nancy", Roxborough; & "Eagle", Adams.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Hawke", Allen; "Swallow", Richards; "Princess Royal", Keates; & "Metis", Miller.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Orphan", Bidlake; & "Hannah", Reid.

Oct 28, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Dorsetshire", Captain Taylor.

*****Arrived at Southampton, from Guernsey, the vessel "Magdalene", Captain Nowel. *Noel/Nowell/Knowles.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Oporto, the vessels/captains: "Bacalhao", Salter; & "Lovell", Bowden.

Arrived at Barbadoes, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Olive Branch", Captain M'Dowal.

Oct 31, 1800, edition.

The "Jane", Captain Bydder, from Liverpool to Newfoundland, has been upset in the Basin, at Liverpool.

The "Jane", Captain King, from Poole to Newfoundland, is put back to Poole, very leaky.

Arrived at Quebec, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Halifax", Captain Goss.

Arrived at Leghorn, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Nancy", Steele; & "Lion", Ash.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Benjamin", Captain Lander.

Nov 11, 1800, edition.

Sailed from Clyde, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Margaret & Eliza", Captain Stevenson.

Arrived at Oporto, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Lovell", Bowden; & "Hebe", Bryan; & "Hope", ?

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessel "David", Captain Wilkinson.

Nov 18, 1800, edition.

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

Arrived at Gibralter, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Admiral Duncan", Mint; & "Guernsey Lilly", Simon.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Boston, the vessel "Endeavour", Captain Quinton.

Nov 21, 1800, edition.

The "Thomas", Captain Hancock, from Newfoundland to Lisbon, is captured by the French.

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

Arrived at Newfoundland, from London, the vessel "Naples Packet", Captain Ball.

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

Nov 25, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Friendship", Captain Beaminster.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Dartmouth, the vessel "General Prescott", Captain Brund.

Arrived at Labrador, from Dartmouth, the vessels/captains: "Wadstray", Waye; & "Crown", ?

Nov 28, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Teignmouth, from Newfoundland, the: "Penguin"; "Providence"; "Catherine", Prouse; "Success", Salter; "Endeavour", Harvey; & "Speedwell", Neck.

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

Arrived at Liverpool, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Lark", Captain Codner.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Beaver", Captain Saunders.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Liverpool, the vessels/captains: "Minerva", Reed; "Good Intent", ?; & "Potowmack", Street. < J. Street for Kemp & Co. >

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Quebec, the vessel "Stag", Captain Pattick.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Oporto, the vessel "William", Captain Wadland.

Dec 2, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Poole, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Love & Unity", Captain Homer.

Arrived at Ross, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Sally", Captain Brenock.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from St. Michaels, the vessel "Bee", Captain Park.

Dec 5, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Gravesend, from Labrador, the vessel "Harmony", Captain Lang.

Arrived at Bristol, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Eolus", Captain Hawkins.

Arrived Lisbon, from Nf’land, the: "Commerce", Benton; "Eliza", Ashford; "Endeavour", Squarry; "Success", Brown; "Eliza", Collins; & "Lord North", Gaylor.

Dec 9, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Ilfracombe, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Ceres", Captain Hooper.

Dec 12, 1800, edition.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Liverpool, the vessels/captains: "Argo", Sealy; & "Endeavour", Anderson.

Dec 16, 1800, edition.

The "Mary", Captain Davis, from Barbados, foundered on the Banks of Newfoundland, Crew saved.

The "Mary Ann", Captain Bulley, from Newfoundland, has been taken, re-taken; and lost on Oporto Bar.

The "Caroline", Scott; & "Peggy", Harwood; from Newfoundland to Oporto, is taken, re-taken; and carried into Viana.

Dec 26, 1800, edition.

The "Metis", Captain Miller, from Newfoundland to Italy is taken, and carried into Algeciras.

*****The "Endeavour", Heath, of Topsham; & the "Hope", Coward, of Poole; are taken and carried into Bologna.

*****Arrived at Poole, from Oporto, the vessel "Active", Captain Stone, in 12 Days.

*****Arrived at Dartmouth, from Liverpool, the vessel "Lark", Captain Codner.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Friends", Holm; & "New Century", ?

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

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Lisbon, the vessels/captains: "Princess Royal", Keates; & "Hawke", Allen.

Arrived at Newfoundland, from Oporto, the vessel "Little Sisters", Captain Vicars. *Previously captained by Bulley.

Dec 30, 1800, edition.

The "Inconstant", Captain Atkins, Newfoundland to Leghorn, was taken off Tangier Bay, by Two Privateers, after an engagement of one hour & three quarters.

Arrived at Milford, from Newfoundland, the vessel "Good Intent", Captain Spencer, bound to Poole.

*****Arrived at Guernsey, from Embden, the vessel "Adventure", Captain Durrell.

Arrived at Lisbon, from Newfoundland, the vessels/captains: "Etty", Jones; "Terpsicore?", Clark; "Bulberry", Miller; "Falcon", Burrage; & "Success", Green.

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Endnotes:

1.

Aug 28, 1792, entry.

A list of emigrant ministers to America, 1690-1811. London, 1904. Fothergill, Gerald.

King William III, gave twenty pounds to each minister going to England's Western Colonies.

*The Bishop of London requested by letter, that the Treasury Board provide 20 Pounds, for the ministers.

*Ministers of the Church of England, who received King William's 20 Pound Bounty, to go to Newfoundland. ( Incomplete listing. )

*Minister/Missionary. ( Note: not in capacity of Priest, Vicar, Chaplin, Rector, etc. )

Samuel Miles Clerk.

John Jackson Clerk.

Jacob Price

Charles Davis Clerk.

Henry Jones

Robert Kilpatrick

William Peasley

Benjamin Lindsay

William Fotheringham

James Balfour

Lawrence Coughlan

Isaac Hunt

Walter Price

John Clinch

John Harris

Rev. John Evans

Hugh Evans

Samuel Cole

Henry Wood

Newfoundland

Newfoundland

Newfoundland

Carbonera

Newfoundland

Newfoundland

Newfoundland

Newfoundland

Newfoundland

Newfoundland

Newfoundland

Trinity Bay

St. John's

Trinity Bay

Newfoundland

appointed a priest in Newfoundland

Newfoundland

Newfoundland

Newfoundland

February 28, 1695-1696.

March 24, 1700/1701.

May 24, 1705.

May 12, 1713. Rev Charles Davis served St. John's Cathedral, 1713 – 1719.

March 11, 1724/1725.

June 25, 1730. Died August 1741.

March 8, 1742-1743. Graduate of Trinity College, Dublin.

April 18, 1751.

June 16, 1762.

July 11, 1764.

May 1, 1766.

Mar 11, 1777.

April 17, 1784.

March 12, 1787.

June 6, 1788

January 14, 1791.

January 26, 1791. ( *Hugh Evans, same as John Evans? )

June 6, 1792.

July 23, 1802.

*Charles Davis, 1681 Carbonear Census.

*Lawrence Coughlan was appointed JP circa 1771, following tradition, since the time of Henry Jones of Bonavista, in the 1720's.

*Samuel Cole, son of William Cole of Portsea, Hampshire.

*Henry Wood a son of John Wood, of Milton Abbas, Dorset, clerk. B.A. 1791.

*Rev Samuel Myles Rector of King's Chapel, Boston 1689-1728. Son of Rev. John Myles of Swansea. ( same Reverend? at St. John`s in 1696. )

*Alumni oxoniensis: the members of the University of Oxford, 1500 ..., Volume 1. By University of Oxford.

The Members of The University of Oxford, 1500-1714: Their Parentage, Birthplace, And Year of Birth, With A Record Of Their Degrees.

Being The Matriculation Register Of The University. London, 1891. Page 378.

Charles Davis, son of Charles, of Newfoundland, Independent, Gentleman. Matriculated at Pembroke College on Feb 25, 1705/6, aged 18 years.

2.

Jan 30, 1795, entry. Limerick - Carbonear.

Newfoundland and its missionaries. By, William Wilson, 1820.

Mr. John Stretton, a local preacher from Limerick, settled in Carbonear. In 1771, he moved to Harbour Grace. Also an Harbour Grace Merchant.

Mr. Arthur Thomey, an Irish merchant of Harbour Grace, became a preacher, and associated with Stretton, under John Wesley's teachings.

Mr. Thomey died at Oporto, Portugal; where he had gone on business.

John Hoskins, the local Methodist Preacher at Old Perlican, had joined the Methodist Society at Bristol, under John Wesley, in 1746.

Mr. Hoskins left London in March, 1774, went down to Poole, and embarked for Newfoundland.

THE WILL OF MARY (PARSONS) STRETTON OF HARBOUR GRACE – 1825

Ships from Ireland to Early America, 1623-1850, Volume 2. By David Dobson.

-Page 70. The vessel "John & Mary, Master Samuel Morgan, 6 men, from Limerick to Carbonear, Newfoundland, 1681. PRO.CO.1/47, 113/121.

Plural English vessels voyaging to the early Newfoundland Fishery, also visited Limerick, as well as other Irish towns.

3.

Jan 29, 1799, entry. Matthew Earle, West Teignmouth. 35-40 24 July 1780.

Indenture made between Matthew Earle of West Teignmouth in the county of Devon, and John Noble of Bristol.

Stating that Mr. Noble bought the property of Mr. Earle in St. John’s for £3,000 and that Robert Bulley is the tenant of the said property.

Signed in the presents of R.C. Hamlyn and S.Hamlyn Notary

*John Noble ( 1743 - 1828 ) Anabaptist - Newfoundland merchant - member of the Society of Merchant Venturers, and of the Common Council of Bristol.

*Marriage bonds of Bishops of Bath and Wells... John Noble of Taunton, St. Mary Magdalene, Somerset, & Jane Sawtell of Chard, Spinister, May 12, 1702.

*Marriage Bond... John Noble of St. Augustine's, Bristol, Bachelor, & Mary Osborn, of Bridgewater, Spinister, Aug 4, 1735.

*John Noble, Bristol merchant, purchaser of Eales plantation, St. John's, 1780. (D'Alberti 6).

*{John Eales of St. Marychurch, Devon? Died 1877, aged 84 years. General Protestant Cemetery, St. John's}

*John Noble, merchant of St. John's, 1794-5, operated salmon fishery at Nipper's Harbour. (Green Bay).

*The history of Taunton, in the county of Somerset By Joshua Toulmin. Page 191.

Monumental Inscriptions In The Baptists' Chapel, Mary Street, erected in 1721.

Near this place lieth the body of Mr. John Noble, of this town, merchant, who departed this life May 15, 1733, in the 53rd year of his age.

Also Mrs. Jane Noble, Wife of the above John Noble, who died the 3rd of October, 1777, aged 90.

Also Samuel Noble, Their son, who died the 6th of March, 1744, aged 27.

Also Luke Noble, Merchant, of this town, son of the above named John and Jane Noble, who died the 14th of July, 1804, aged 83.

*Bristol privateers and ships of war. John Williams Damer Powell - 1930. Page 189.

1757/8. Vessel "Bellona II". Owners: John & Luke Noble of Taunton, Somerset and Bristol.

4.

Jan 7, 1800, entry.

This brief list, does not include "many" of the vessels, both Naval and Merchantmen; who suffered a similar fate, as the "Harmony".

The # of vessels privateered in this era; is eye opening, but the listings remove any doubt. Routinely detailing the loss of Vessels, Crew, Guns, and Cargo. Particularly, the number and duration of engagements between opposing Naval vessels, resulted in a major loss of human life. The Sep 3, 1799 listing, shows where the English took some 900 plus Guns ( Cannons, Swivels, etc. ), from Men of War, Frigates, Indiamen, Transports, etc., in one locality only. A very substantial value. Governments of the era, routinely gave Letters of Marque, licensed Privateers, and had their vessels take Prizes. Such routine, systematic, repeated conflict at Sea, between vessels of different sovereign nations, is difficult to consider, in 2015. This cyclic conflict, in an era, where the value of a human life, was considered less. An era in which many Newfoundland merchantmen, were taken.

*The Remembrancer, or impartial repository of public events, Volume 1. By Thomas Pownall.

Page 80. Extract of a letter from Waterford, Ireland, June 23, 1775.

"In consequence of the present unhappy and melancholy disputes between England and her American colonies, the people in Newfoundland are in extreme want of provisions."

Page 82. Bristol, July 4, 1775. Two thousand barrels of flour were bought yesterday for Newfoundland, the people on the fishery being in the greatest distress,

only 2 Lbs. of bread per week per man, being the allowance; and it is supposed many will leave the fishery, on account of the want of provisions.

5.

Early Newfoundland...

*Will of Thomas Davis of City of Bristol, merchant of St. Leonards, in good health. Dated Oct 1630, 6 Charles.

To wife Mary my dwelling in Corne Street, purchased of Sir George Snigg for three lives, with remainder to my daughters.

To Son Richard my 1/12 adventure in Bristol's Hope at Newfoundland, said son under 25 years of age.

My daughters Susanne & Marie Residuary Legatees.

To my wife aforesaid the house at Stony Hill in which Richard Boswell apothecary late dwelled, with rem. to son Richard, and said wife Executrix.

Wit: Walter Stephens & Elizabeth Pringe.

Probate March 9, 1637 in PCC & reissued at Bristol Oct 17, 1637, by oath of Executrix. ( Probate Oct 16, 1637 in PCC Registry. ) Consistory Bristol & PCC.

*A later? Richard Davis, was brother in law to Henry Creswick, Bristol merchant; who did business in Newfoundland.

**Bristol Servants. May 1, 1677. Richard Davis bound to Thomas Pearce 4 years in Newfoundland. Via ship "Hopewell", Master Holbruke.

*In 1642 Thomas Moore's vessel "John", of Minsterworth, Gloucestershire, was chartered by Richard Locke of Bristol,

( Locke family of Bedminster, Somerset ), for a cargo of Newfoundland codfish, which was confiscated at Ireland, to support English efforts, for the war in Ireland.

*The history of Newfoundland: containing an account of its discovery, settlement, increase, inhabitants, climate, soil, product, trade and present state.

Oldmixon, John, 1673-1742. Published 1741? Pages 12 - 14.

...When I first Published this History...the number of houses and families were...

Settlement

Ferryland

Cape Broil

Bay of Bulls

Brigas Bay

Bell Inn

Toad's Cove

Mummables Bay

Petty Harbour

St. John's Town

Kittavitty

Torbay

Holyrood, Salmon Cove, & Harve de Grace

Carbonear

Bay Virds

Old Parlikin

Trinity Harbour

Bonavista

Greenspond

# of houses & families

about 30 the first settlement. Lord Baltimore's House was nearby.

about 12

about 20 { from Boulee Bay. As in Bouley Bay, Isle of Jersey? }

about 6

about 3

about 2

about 6

about 6

about 60

about 20

about 4

about 12

about 30

about 19

about 6

about 12

about 25

about 3



Pages 19 & 20. Tho' our {inhabitant} Fishers seldom fish on the Banks, but off the Harbours in Sloops...

...the 20th of August, some Years ago, used to be the last Day of the Season, and kept as a Holiday; but lately the Fishers stay longer. And whereas before used to sail for Portugal and the Straights in September, they now seldom sail till October. They fish always in the Day-time, the Cod not biting by Night. Train Oil is drawn off the Livers of the Fish, which are thrown up in Heaps when the Cod is cured; and from thence is drawn all the Oil, which comes from Newfoundland.

*Three grades of culled Codfish in early Newfoundland were Merchantable, Madeira, & West Indian. Merchantable was marketed at Roman Catholic, Mediterranean countries. Madeira was marketed at Halifax, and in the United States. Inferior or refuse, was marketed in the West Indies.

*The capital and the colonies: London and the Atlantic economy, 1660-1700 By Nuala Zahedieh. Page 191/2.

In 1615 a Quintal of fish fetched 8 Shillings. 20 Shillings during the Civil War disruption, and 12 or 13 Shillings between the Restoration and 1700.

In 1719, 20 Shillings per Quintal.

In 1615 the Newfoundland fish catch was worth 120,000 Lbs. In 1699 almost 180,000 Lbs, which was almost 3 times the value of the New England Fishery

at this time, and exceeded the value of London's tobacco imports in 1700.

...fish helped England finance its deficit in bilateral trade, in a number of regions...

1677. 138 sack ships at Newfoundland. 28 of these from London. CO 1/43

*Bills of Exchange purchased Newfoundlander's inhabitant fish. Goods from England were given in exchange. Fishery salt from Lisbon and France.

*A History of Newfoundland from the English, Colonial and Foreign Records. By D. W. Prowse.

Page 189. Sir Josiah Child's opinion. Permit no inhabitation of Newfoundland.

Page 196. John Carter, Poole, Dorset, Mayor. 1675 1677.

"...the Inhabitants are faithful subjects and that the most eminent of them now resident there, were forced over in the time of the late civil

war for their loyalty to His Majesty." Royalists. David Kirke?

*http://faculty.marianopolis.edu/c.belanger/nfldhistory/ReligiousHistoryNewfoundland.htm

Moreover, the official policy, which was still directed towards preventing colonization of the country, was calculated to discourage religious organization lest this should become a factor in influencing people to stay in the country. Even as late as the latter part of the eighteenth century Governor Milbanke refused the request of the Catholics for permission to erect a few chapels, on the ground that it was not in the interest of Great Britain "to encourage people to winter in Newfoundland"; and building chapels, with resident priests, offered such ready access to absolution that the poorer Irish, who ought to return home at the close of the season, would thus be encouraged to remain. Some religious intolerance there was, no doubt, in this refusal. It also reflected that unequivocal determination to retard colonization, that short-sighted policy whose "baneful influence", as Bishop Howley puts it, "clung like a leaden clog around the neck of the young colony, strangling all its rising aspirations", and whose harmful effects the country has not even yet outlived.

*The Rule of the Admirals: Law, Custom, and Naval Government in Newfoundland ... By Jerry Bannister page 175.

The tenor of English and British laws respecting the settling of Newfoundland, was to restrain subjects of Great Britain from colonizing the Island.

King William's Act provided only for "temporary property" in Newfoundland.

...in 1699, the Newfoundland Act permitted settlers and "byeboat keepers", to legally participate in the fishery.

*The Act for the Relief of the Poor was passed in 1601, whereby, English parish responsibility for pauper care began. Overseers were unpaid and elected annually. The Poor Rate originally = income tax. Evolved into a compulsory property tax or "rate" based on real estate value. Occupiers/tenants, paid the rate, as opposed to owners. Land and buildings were rated, but not movable wealth. One could check poor rate assessments, to find info on properties leased or owned. Value, etc.

*In England, parish officers, Churchwardens; apprenticed pauper folk to Newfoundland. As well, English parish officers may have given "consideration money" to voluntary apprentices. In Newfoundland, officers called Justices of the Peace, indentured servants to the fishery. ...the designation “indentured servant” signifies that the individual immigrated... These two key positions of English hierarchy, apprenticed folk to the early Newfoundland fishery workstation. Jacob Taverner, Lawrence Coughlan, Moses Cheater, Robert Forsyth, and John Payton, were such governmental employees, on the Newfoundland fishery workstation.

*Early English probate practice, versus early Newfoundland.

Dower Rights: The right of the widow to a specified portion of the testator's estate, during her lifetime or until her re-marriage. Usually 1/3 portion.

Dowry rights were discontinued in 1833.

Tutor: Someone appointed to be a guardian for a very young child (under 12 or 14).

Dieter - a servant who resided in Newfoundland, without any written contract, to serve under a master.

The name of the eldest son who received his inheritance according to law, may not be included in English Probate records.

*Example: May 12, 1712, Will of Edmund Moors of Christchurch. His son Edmund Moors not named. Grandson John Moors emigrated to Twillingate.

*Milton, Hampshire Parish Register: Apr 13, 1732 John, son of Edmund & Ann Moors born. Extra Parochial.

The names of others, who had previously received their inheritance; or any deceased family members, may not be included in English Probate records.

*Consider Elizabeth Tilsed, wife of John Young, at early Twillingate.

When a property owner died without leaving a valid will, the next-of-kin or creditors, may have received Letters of Administration.

*Consider: James Rousell of Parkstone, Dorset; vs. George Rousell Sr., of Notre Dame Bay.

1755. "In Newfoundland there are no land estates; but many of their salmon streams or falls, belong to patentees."

A Will may not have been Proved, to avoid the costs. Until someone made conflicting claim on property. A time lapse from creating, to Probate, of the Will.

Guardianship. Until 1660, a landholder's heirs if under age, became a ward of the crown. Crown jurisdiction was determined by an "inquisition post mortem."

"At death of a spouse, church courts and the lawyers who practiced in them regulated the disposal of assets and minors in the probate process."

When a father or widow died leaving minor children, relatives usually took the children without court sanction.

Sometimes the court appointed a guardian or curator to look after the children’s interests until they were 21.

If a child was under marriageable age (12 for girls and 14 for boys), guardianship was called "tuition."

If the child was of marriageable age but under 21, it was called "curation."

*Consider the situation of Edmund and Elizabeth Moors of Christchurch, Hampshire. Their Children, including son Edmund Moors.

Prior to 1858, the Church of England probated the estates of deceased persons.

Peculiar Courts vs Manorial Courts. The initial lower jurisdictional court of interest. Archdeaconry Courts, covering divisions of a Diocese.

Bishop's Courts. Also called Episcopal, Commissary, Diocesan, or Consistory courts. Bishops' courts were the highest court within each diocese.

The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, the highest court of all, was used for wills of testators who died or owned property outside of England.

*Marriage Licenses are only dispensations from the proclamation of Banns.

After 1664, until 1783, the English governor of New York, America; collated Benefices and granted Licenses of Marriage, and Probate of Wills.

Previously the Dutch at New York, permitted marriage in churches, and at the Courts.

"Between 1620 and 1622, over 150 "pure and spotless" white women were brought to Virginia and auctioned off to men for an average of 80 pounds of tobacco."

There was no framework in early Newfoundland, for Banns or Licenses. Livyers/Liviers( inhabitants living here ) could sojourn to England for Marriage.

Or have a civil marriage at Newfoundland, under a missionary, Admiral, layman, Minister, etc. Civil marriage occurred in England, during the time of Cromwell.

*August 3, 1693. Sir Francis Wheeler's squadron sailed from Boston and tried to take Placentia at Newfoundland in vain. His men were sick. Francis once wrote: "So Long as there comes no women they are not fixed." ( As in fixed to the husband, household, fishery, community, etc. Ie: permanent settlement. Newfoundland resident population checking, by the English. )

*From 1633, the Bishop of London was held to have responsibility for Anglican Parishes overseas, where no local bishop had been appointed. The Bishop of London was also responsible for un-parished Newfoundland, until 1787, when the Diocese of Nova Scotia was created, and Newfoundland was placed under the care of the Rev. Charles Inglis. 154 years wherein no Parish was created for resident Newfoundlanders. When the French laid officially channeled complaints to the English/British Crown of those residents in Newfoundland, who were interfering with the French right to Fish, the official reply of the English Crown, was that there were no permanent settlers in Newfoundland. Only temporary Fishermen. ( No permanent settlers required no Parish. ) The hands of the Bishop of London, were in effect tied. The Anglican Canon Laws of England, did not apply to overseas Newfoundland. Early Newfoundland was simply a worksite, to keep bread on the table, for those English West Country folk who ventured to the Newfoundland Fishery, inclusive of some Londoners.

*Have any Newfoundland marriage Bonds, or License records, survived within Nova Scotia Archives?

Terrence M Punch's book. Page 85. Genealogical research in Nova Scotia...

Surviving Marriage Bonds for 1763, 1765, 1770-1780, 1782, 1784-1799, 1801-1850, 1854-1856, 1858-1864 are held by the Public Archives of Nova Scotia.

A microfilm series has many of these bonds arranged alphabetically by groom's names. No cross reference by bride's name exists. The bonds frequently

give the groom's trade or occupation, while witnesses and sureties were often relatives of the parties planning marriage.

*The first bishop of Newfoundland, the Rev. Aubrey George Spencer, was consecrated in 1839. 229 Years, after 1610. For some 200+ years, the English West Country Newfoundland men, managed to keep the Newfoundland Fishery largely to themselves. Bread on their table. )

*Two or three apparent marriages showing up in familysearch, for the same couple?

Consider 3 consecutive Weeks Banns in a community; Was a marriage license acquired, and where?; & the actual marriage ceremony in a community.

*Protestant dissent, or non-conformity, essentially originated in England, with the Act of Uniformity, of May 19, 1662. By this Act, episcopal ordination for all ministers ( dissenting clergy ) was required. Earlier, Ministers, not of Church of England persuasion, commonly preached to some English communities.

Note: Minister/Pastor = dissenting; as opposed to Priest, Vicar, Chaplin, Rector, etc. = Church of England. Thus the great ejection of 1662. Due to the substantial number of newly created dissenters, this era was styled as the beginning of non-conformity, in England.

*At Foxton, Northamptonshire, several leaves of the register from 1697 are headed: Those set down in the register "only born", were baptized by

Nonconformist ministers. ( Note: A general theme seen in many early English Parishes. )

*Aug 10, 1840. The Act of the 3rd and 4th Victoria, cap. 92, legalized the non-parochial registers of England. ( Non Church of England registers ).

An Act passed in the Session of Parliament held in the Third and Fourth Years of Her Majesty (Chapter Ninety-two), for enabling Courts of Justice to admit Non-parochial Registers as Evidence of Births or Baptisms, Deaths or Burials, and Marriages. Provisions were made for the Deposit in the General Register Office of certain Non-parochial Registers, and for making the same receivable in Evidence. This Act did not pertain to Ireland or Scotland. Previously such nonconformist registers, were not legal in England. Though they are known to have been kept. *Consider Newfoundland Church Registers, in such context.

*It is interesting that in the 1836 Notre Dame Bay Fishing Room Census, almost all residents were classed as Church of England folk. When many were actually non conformists, or protestant dissenters. Consider why the Justice of the Peace, Peyton; would create such a false, biased listing? Dissenterism was still being stymied. Even post 154 years, of no Parochial structure, for the early resident Newfoundland settlers, to perform worship.

*In 1700's English records, storehouse and warehouse, were used interchangeably. The many Storehouse Islands around the coast of Newfoundland,

in early times, were sites where salted Cod would have been warehoused. Until sold to the merchant, or to a Sack ship.


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