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Ships in Quarantine in 1863

From the Sessional Papers of Canada 27 Victoria 1864 (39)

Return of Passenger Ships that evaded the Quarantine Proclamation, by proceeding on direct to Quebec without inspection at Grosse Isle, in 1863.

Registered Name Master Port Sailed Arrived Cargo Passengers Born Sick Died
Cabin Steerage
Bark Nubia W. Little Londonderry Apr 11 May 15 General -- 186 -- -- -
Bark Oriental H. Tom Plymouth Apr 12 May 15 General 2 105 -- -- -
Schooner Keppler Jürgens Hamburg Apr 2 May 24 General 2 438 1 -- 14
Bark Norge O. Tetmundsen Bergen Apr 24 June 4 General 1 279 1 -- 4
Bark Hebe Hansen Bergen May 7 June 6 General -- 13 -- -- -
Bark Geo. Joharm Rasemeyer Bremen Apr 8 June 6 General -- 117 -- -- 1
Schooner Sleipner H. Waage Bergen Apr 26 June 7 Gneral 23 121 -- -- 1
Bark Main H. Bull Hamburg May 3 June 8 Ballast -- 294 -- -- 3
Bark Laurdal Petersen Porsgrund Apr 2 June 8 Ballast 77 26 1 -- -
Schooner Maple Leaf Funnemarck Porsgrund Mar 24 June 8 Ballast -- 89 -- -- 2
Brig William Tell Christorphenser Christiana Apr 30 June 8 Ballast 1 147 -- -- 1
Bark Queen Hughes Liverpool Apr 24 June 9 General 1 29 -- 1 -
Bark Hebe Olsen Stavanger May 15 June 16 Ballast -- 66 -- -- -
Bark Carrig Codd Wexford June 1 July 19 Ballast -- 41 -- -- -
SS United Kingdom Ferrier Glasgow July 18 Aug 3 Ballast 10 375 -- 1 -
Bark Snowdon Langlois ------ June 19 Aug 6 ------ -- 125 -- -- 1 (Master)
SS St Andrew Scott Glasgow Aug 1 Aug 18 General 8 132 -- -- 1
Bark Fleetwing Rjneiff Lanroig June 25 Aug 24 Ballast -- 25 -- -- -
SS St George Wiley Glasgow Oct 7
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Sept 23 General 16 186 -- 4 -
SS Damascus Dodds Liverpool Oct 25
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Sept 28 General -- -- -- 1 (fever) ---


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