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Index of
The Great Migration; the Atlantic crossing by sailingship since 1770

by
Edwin Clarence Guillet

Reproduced 2001 with permission of the publisher, University of Toronto Press
© 1963 University of Toronto Press

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INDEX


Note-For facility of reference all ships mentioned in the work are indexed
alphabetically under that head; similarly an outline of the entire transition
from the old land to the new is given under the heads Emigration and
Immigration. All other items are indexed alphabetically. Doctors, clergymen,
and ship captains are so designated, but distinctions of military rank are
omitted except where they aid in distinguishing persons of the same name,
or where the Christian name is unknown.


A


Abbott, Rev. J., 54, 218 fn. Aberdeen, 238 Adelaide, Aus., 59 fn. Adelaide Township, 166 Advocate and Canadian Freeman, York, 224 African Slave Trade, 96 fn. Albany, 190, 193-7, 201, 202 Albany Advertiser, 194 Allan, Sir Hugh, 239 Allan Steamship Line, 239, 240 Ambrose Lightship, 246 Anderson, Rev. Richard, 151 fn, Annan, 147 Anthony's Nose, 193, 199 Anticosti, 142-3 Antwerp, 131 Apple Island, 143 Arfwedson, C. D., 80 fn., 211 Ashe, Thomas, 182 fn. Ashley, Lord, see Shaftesbury, Earl of Assiniboia, 207 Assiniboine River, 207 Auckland, N. Z., 59 fn. Aurora, 210, 229 Australia, emigration to, 24 fn., 29, 32, 59 fn., 88, 117, 227 fn., 233 Aylmer, Lady, 237 fn. Azores Islands, 50, 122, 134

B


Baker, William, 227 Baltimore, Md., 180 fn. Bannister, John W., 6 Barclay-Allardice, R., 241 Barnardo, Dr., 23 Barton, John, 27 Bath, 157 Bath, Marquis of, 28 Bathurst, Lord, 12, 230 Beaufoy, 141 fn., 179, 183 fn. Beaumont, 153 Beauport, 153 Beckwith, Sir Sidney, i67 Beckwith Township, 22 Belfast, 44, 54, 91 Bell, A., 52 fn. Bell, Rev. William, 12, 52 fn., 57, 58, 66, 70, 73, 75, 83, 139, 174, 2l6, 232 Belle Isle, Strait of, 239 Bermuda, 7 Bic Island, 115 Bigsby, Dr. John, 143-4, 154 fn., 237 Bird Rocks, 141 Birkbeck, Morris, 210, 218 fn. Birmingham, Eng., 38 Bishop's Rock, 246 Black, Rev., 103-4 Black Ball Line, 117 Black Death, 93 Black Rock, 199 Blackwall, 110 Blake, Captain, 100 Blane, W. N., 188 fn. Bonnycastle, Sir Richard, 119, 165, 188 fn. Boone, Daniel, 204 Boot, Benjamin, 55 Boston, 87, 95 fn., 180 fn., 184 fn., 234, 237, 238, 241 Boston Deeps, 107 Boswell, James, 2, 43 Boyle, Patrick, 64 Braddock, General, 206 Brazil, 136 Bremen, 151 Brighton, Eng., 240 Bristol, 5, 157, 176 British Navy, structure of ships of, 233, 237 fn. Brockville, 22, 167, 170, 175, 178, 208, 225 fn. Brougham, Lord, 6 Brown, James B., 50 fn., 77, 177, 202 Brown, John, 225 Brown, Samuel, 206, 207, 208 Brown, William, 78, 185, I88, 192, 195-6, 200 fn., 201, 211-12 Brydone, James M., 127 Buchanan, A. C, 13, 23, 24, 35, 39, 48, 53, 54, 57, 71 fn., 157, I58 fn. Buchanan, James, 6 Buckingham, J. S., 242 fn. Buffalo, 199, 200 fn., 202, 203, 21I, 231 Burns, Robert, 30 Burr, Aaron, 192 Butler, Samuel, 54 Butler, Sir William, 237 Butler's Rangers, 199 Butter Hill, 193 Bytown, see Ottawa

C


Cabot, John, 67 California, 117, 208, 214, 233 Campbell, John, 12 Campbell, Mrs. -, 165 Canada Company, 26, 41, 159, 212 Canada Creek, 197 Canada, West, see Ontario Canadian Pacific Railway, 213 Canadian Rebellion of 1837, 216 fn. Canadian West, 203, 207-8, 213 Canterbury, N. Z., 110 Capelin, Edmund, 176 Capelin, Frederick, 175 Capelin, John, 176 Capelin, Mary, 176 Cape Breton, 12, 13, 99, 127, 141 Cape Clear, 234 Cape Diamond, 153 Cape Horn, 208 Cape North, 141 Cape Ray, 126, 141 Cape Sable, 239 Cape Verde Islands, 244 Caracas, Venezuela, 23 Carillon, 170 Carleton Place, 230 Carlisle, Earl of, 188, 192 Carrigaholt, 130 Carrothers, W. A., 246 fn. Cartier, Jacques, 141, 142 fn. Cartwright, Dr. Edmund, 134 fn. Cartwright, Lieutenant, 133-4 Cascades Rapids, 165, 170 Castle Garden Immigrant Depot, New York, 182, 186-7 Cattermole, William, 39, 52, 53 fn., 224 fn., 227 fn. Cavan Township, 225, 228 fn. Cedars Rapids, 165, 166 Ceres, 28 Chambers' Edinburgh Journal, 77 Champlain Canal, 198, 202 Champlain, Lake, 202, 213 Chartist agitation, 6, 227 fn. Cherry Valley, 199 Cheshire, 111 Chevalier, Michel, 211 fn. Chicago, 177, 203 China, 117, 211, 233 Chippewa, 199 Choate, Thomas, 209 fn. Choueguen, see Oswego Christie, A. J., 111 Cincinnati, 211 Cirkland, 229 Clare County, 4 Clark, A. J., 59 fn. Cleveland, 187, 212, 213 Clyde River, 115, 184 Cobbett, William, 30, 31 fn., 41, 49, 52, 56, 76, 84 fn., 99, 210 fn. Cobourg, 169, 172, 174, 175, 209, 224 fn. Cobourg Star, 3 fn., 8 fn., 30 fn., 53 fn., 58, 84 fn., 129, 156 fn., 175, 215, 224 fn. Columbian Agriculturist Association, 23 Columbus, Christopher, 66, 81 Columbus, Ohio, 217 Connaught, 78 Connecticut, 206 Connecticut River, 205 Cook, Captain David, 134-6 Cooper, William, 39 Cork, 7, 44, 45, 46, 90, 96, 100, 147, 176, 225, 236 Corn Laws, 6 Cornish, Captain, 120 Cornwall, 165, 167, 170, 175 Corsley, 28, 230, 232 Coteau du Lac, I65, 167, 169, 170 Courier, York, 224 Crabbe, George, 146 Crimean War, 235, 239 Crow's Nest, 193 Cults, 28 Cumberland, 22 Cunard-White Star Steamship Line, 237, 245, 247 Cunningham, Captain, 105, 141 Cushing, 27

D


Dana, Richard H., 81 Darnley, Lord, 28, 156 fn. Daubeny, C., 119 Davenport, 214 Deaves, Captain Henry, 148 Deer Island Hospital, Boston, 184 fn. Defoe, Daniel, 93 De la Fosse, F. M., 30 fn. Delaware, 220 Delaware River, 164, 205 Derby, 5 Dereham Township, 30 De Roos, J. F. F., 189 Detroit, 167 De Vere, Stephen E., 96, 176 fn. Devonshire, 106, 131 Dickens, Charles, 182, 184, 200 fn., 211 fn., 241-3 Dickens, Mrs. Charles, 241-2 Dickinson, Barnabas, 170 Diesel engines, 247 Disraeli, Benjamin, 4 Ditton, Mrs., 27 Donnolly, Michael, 48-9 Down, John, 228, 230 Downer, John, 227 Downes, Henry, 127 "Doyle, Martin," see William Hickey Dramatic Line, 117 Draper, W. H., 119 Drummond, Sir Gordon, 167 Dublin, 44, 147, 151 Duff, 165, 169 Duggerna Rocks, 130 Dumfries, 99, 141 Dunbar, Seymour, 214 fn. Duncan, John, 122-3, 192, 193, 198, 218 Duncumb, John, 198, 200 fn., 201, 202 fn. Dunham, Mabel, 208 fn. Dunkirk, 213 Dunlop, Dr. William, 41, 168 Durham, Earl of, 145, 146, 215-6 Durham, Robert, 164 fn.

E


Eastern Townships of Quebec, 32, 169, 202, 224 East India Company, 233 Eddystone Lighthouse, 107 Edinburgh, 51 Egremont, Earl of, 25-8, 175 Elliot, T. F., 176 fn. Ellis Island, 182 Emigration, see also Immigration: Incentives to, 1-9, 14, 21; Restric- tion of, 1-2, 13, 247; State assist- ance of, 3-4, 20-33, 60-1; Philan- thropic assistance of, 8 fn., i8, 20- 33; Legislation regulating condi- tions of, see especially 10-19, 73-6, 96-8, 128, 130, 155, 179 et seq.; Attitude of emigrants towards, 43, 58, 65; Proceeding to the seaport, 43-6; Conditions at the port of sail, 12-13, 34-5, 47-57; Prepara- tions for the voyage, see especially 34-42, 47-65, also 72-6; Inspection of emigrants, 18-19, 63, 65, 146; Emigrant vessels, see especially 10-19, 67-70; Rules of conduct at sea, 27, 68-73; Life at sea, 66-144; Steerage passage, 66-08, 124-44; Cabin passage, 109-44; Storms at sea, 81 et seq.; Shipwreck and other disasters, 124-37; Disease among emigrants, see especially 89-98, also 84-5, 120, 144-56, 162-3, 166, 174-7, 183-4; Fishing off the Grand Banks, 54, 139-40; Approaching America, 138-54, 179-82; Characteristics of seamen, see especially 72, 86-8, 95, 99-108; Customs and traditions of the sea, 62, 99-108; Sailing-vessels, im- provement of, see especially 10-19, 119-20, 123, 233-48; Steamships, introduction and development of, 235-48 Emigration Commissioners, New York, 183-4, 187 English Prairie, 210 Erie Canal, 50, 178, 192-203, 211-13 Erie, Lake, 198, 199 Evans, Francis, 40 Ewhurst, 55 Exeter, 49

F


Fairgrieve, John, 86 Falmouth Light, 131 Fayal, 122-3, 135 Fenton, Thomas, 222 fn. Ferrie, Adam, 91 fn., 156 fn. Ferrier, A. D., 139 Fidler, Rev. Isaac, 120, 172, 226 Fife County, 238 Fire Island, 179 Fitzgibbon, James, 173 Fitzroy Harbour, 216 Fitzroy Township, 59-60 Fleming, Sir Sandford, 236 Flores, 134, 135 Fort Douglas, 207 Fort George, 209 Fort Orange, see Albany Fort Plain, 199, 201 Fort Putnam, 193 Fort Wellington, 167, 174 Forth and Clyde Canal, 235 Foster, Vere, 10, 23 France, 246, 247 French Line, 247 French Navy, 237 fn. Frome, 157, 222 fn., 228 fn. Fulton, Robert, 195

G


Gait, 23 Gapper, Mary, 115, 116, 138, 188-9 Gamblin, 27 Gannett, Rev. Ezra S., 237 Genesee River, 191, 199 Glasgow, 2, 3, 21, 50, 70, 112, 149, 156, 231 Glenmorison, 2 Gordon, Captain Thomas, 134 Gourlay, Robert, 30, 52 fn., 238 Grand Portage, 213 fn. Grand Trunk Railway, 178 Grant, 165, 169 Grece, C. F., 210 fn. Green, Rev. Anson, 174 Greenbush, 230 Greene, 27 Greenland, 50 Greenock, 22, 49, 50, 61, 104, 122, 151 Greenwich Village, 192 Greville, Charles, 31 fn. Grosse Isle, 19, 27, 31, 89, 90, 94-7, 144, 145-54, 159, 183 Guelph, 212 Guillet, Edwin C., 164 fn., 209 fn., 213 fn., 221 fn.

H


Hale, Captain, 173 Halifax, 103, 152, 239, 241 Hallowell, see Picton Hall's Aberdeen Clippers, 238 Ham's Mills, Cobourg, I74 Hamburg, 151, 238 Hamilton, Ont., 175, 176, 212 Hamilton, Alexander, 192 Hancock, William, 77 fn., 119 fn., 180 fn., 213, 214 fn. Harwich, 132 Hastings County, 163 Hayes River, 207 Head, Sir F. B., 32 fn., 40 fn. Hebrides, 1, 2, 43 Hickey, William ("Martin Doyle"), 37, 39, 222 fn., 232 Highland and Island Emigration So- ciety, 28 Highland Society of Scotland, 10 Hill, George, 231 Hill, John, 228 fn. Hill, S. S., 36 Hill, Sophia, 216 fn., 228 fn. Hobart, Lord, 10 Hoboken, 192 Hodge, Job, 27 Hogarth, William, 146 Hollaghan, 64 Hoogdensburgh, 170 Hopkins, J. C., 236 fn. Hopkirk, James, 70, 106, 112-3, 181, 182, 184, 188, 189 Horncastle, 119 Horner, Thomas, 197 Horsley, Bishop, 5 Houston, Matthew, 230 Howe, John, 2I0, 227 fn. Howison, John, 165, 172, 189, 218 fn., 229 Hudson, Henry, 234 fn. Hudson Bay, 204, 221, 235 fn. Hudson River, 178, 179-203, 211 Hudson's Bay Company, 205, 207 Hull, Eng., 43, 107, 159, 238 Hunt, J., 38 "Huron Tract," 212 Huskisson, William, 96 fn.

I


Illinois, 178, 210, 218 fn. Illustrated London News, 6, 34, 47, 61, 77, 110 fn., 124 fn., 129, 131, 134 fn., 234, 240 Immigration, see also Emigration: Quarantine and inspection, 95-8, 145-54, 179-83; Reception of im- migrants, 28, 95-8, 155-63, 173-7, 179-91; Fraud and dishonest treat- ment, 156, 158, 162, 165, 173, 181, 185-6, 188-91, 195-6, 218; State assistance, 156-8, 181-4, 186; Philanthropic assistance, 156-7, 173-4, 176-7, 187; Proceeding to the interior, 27-8, 155-79, 192-214; Immigrants' impressions of Amer- ica, see especially 215-32, also 155-214 passim; Land settlement, 215-32 Inches, James, 41 Indiana, 206, 210, 214 fn., 222, 228, 229 Inglis, John, 227 Inman and International Line, 245 Iowa, 214 Ireland Township, 157 Irish Sea, 45-6, 235 Islay, 129 Italian Liberation, War of, 241

J


Jameson, Mrs. Anna, 218 fn., 222 Jerome, Frederick, 137 Johnson, Hugh, 149 Johnson, Dr. Samuel, 2, 233 Johnston, Thomas, 104, 139 Johnstone, Walter, 99 Jones, C., 218 fn., 231 Jones, D., 230 Jones, William, 64

K


Kaatskill Mountains, 193 Kansas, 204, 214 Kansas City, 214 Kenmare, 45 Kennoway, 28 Kentucky, 204, 205 Killarney, 7 Kincaid, J., 156 fn. Kingston, Ont., 167, 169-72, 175-7 Kinshott, Joseph, 176 Kirdford, 227 Knill, Captain, 159 Kohl, J. G., 87 fn.

L


Labrador, 141 Lachine, 164, 165, 166, 169, 170, 177 Lachine Canal, 162, 177 Lachine Railway, 178 Lachine Rapids, 165 Laidler, Captain, 128 Lanark, Scot., 22 Lanark County, Ont., 3 Lander, 176 Land's End, 107, 131 La Prairie, 202 Largon, 28 Largs, 184 Lasselle, Stanislaus, 214 fn. Leeds Township, 157 Le Havre, 120 Leith, 43, 73 Leitrim County, 149 fn. Levinge, R. G. A., 15, 106, 121 Limerick, 7, 44, 56, 127, 129, 147, 151 Lines, Captain, 80 fn., 120 Linton, John, 212 Lister, Thomas, 230 Little Falls, 199, 201 Littledale, Thomas, 136 Liverpool, 17, 18, 34, 45, 46, 47 et seq., 87, 90, 96, 103, 109, 112, 113, 117, 118, 125, I33, 136, 151, 188, 231, 233, 236; 238, 241-2 Lizard Lights, 107, 131 Loch Broom, 59 fn, Lockport, 199, 202 Logansport, 214 fn. London, Eng., 8, 16, 44, 49, 50, 60, 123, 126, 132, 161, 231, 234, 236, 240 London, Ont., 222 London Township, 21 Londonderry, 14, 67, 129 Long Island, 179 Long Sands, 132 Long Sault Rapids, 165 Lott, Captain, 133 Louisville, 210, 211 fn. Lowber, Captain, 64 Lower Canada, see Quebec Province Lubbock, Basil, 18, 67, 244 fn. Lucas, Sir C. P., 156 fn., 216 fn. Luddites, 5 Luff, Ned, 176

M


Macaulay, Lord, 4, 7 fn., 242 fn. McCormick, Michael, 48 M'Donald, John, 20, 22, 158, 167, 208, 222 fn. McKee, Martha, 163 McKenney, Thomas L., 194 Mackenzie, William L., 118, 119, 157 McKinnon, Mrs., 43 MacLeod, General, 1 McLeod, Rev. Norman, 59 fn. Madeira, 236 Maginnis, A. J., 234, 245 fn. Magrath, Rev. James, 113 Maiden Bradley, 157 Maine, 239 Manchester, Eng., 231 Markham Township, 208 fn. Marryat, Captain F., 81 Marsden, Rev. Joshua, 103 Marshall, 227 Martin, Captain, 99 Martin, Chester, 208 fn. Martin (on the British Tar), 27 Martin, 9o Massachusetts, 244 Massachusetts Bay, 237 Matthew, Rev., 190 Mayo County, 4 Meath County, 31, 91 Melbourne, Aus., 59 fn. Mersey River, 45-6, 47 et seq., 59- 65, 136 Merston, 39 Mewburn, Arthur, 84 fn. Mewburn, Dr. John, 84 fn. Mewburn, Margaret, 84 fn. Mewburn, Rebecca, 84 fn. Mexico, Gulf of, 112, 204 Middleton, J. E., 119 fn. Milburn, William, 206 fn. Mille Roches, 165 Mills, 206 Minnesota, 178, 204, 213, 214 Mississippi River, Ont., 22, 225 fn. Mississippi River, U. S., 205, 206, 210, 211, 212, 214, 221, 238 Mississippi, State of, 206 Mississippi and Ohio Mail Line, 211 Missouri River, 204, 238 Mitchell, Edgar, 86 Mohawk River, 197, 198, 205 Molson, John, 160 fn. Monteagle, Lord, 7 Montmorenci Falls, 153 Montreal, 2, 22, 25, 27, 36, 50, 68, 95, 149, 150, 155-64, 167, 175, 176, 177, 183, 199, 202, 213, 224, 239, 244 Montreal Advertiser, 67 Montreal Transcript, 149 fn. Moodie, Mrs. Susanna, 146-7, 157, 162, 170, 172, 219 fn., 229 fn. Moon, Mrs., 218 Mooney, Thomas, 9 Moore, George, 186, 242 Morgan, Henry, 128 Morley, Nathan, 176 Morning Chronicle, London, 8 Morrin, Dr., 155-6 Morris, Rev. Charles, 151 fn. Mudie, Robert, 39, 76 Munster, 78 Murray Firth, 67

N


Napoleonic Wars, 103; effect upon emigration, 2, 12, 222 fn., 246 Natchez, 206 National Societies, 173 Navigation Laws, 233 Nebraska, 214 Need, Thomas, 182 Nelson, Lord, 40 Nelson Township, 38 Neversink, 179 New Bedford, 244 New Brunswick, 15, 124, 152, 204, 209, 225, 231 Newcastle, Eng., 128 New England, 12 Newfoundland, 50, 54, 89, 93, 96 fn., 101-2, 108, 115, 120, 126-7, 132, 138 et seq., 234 New Jersey, 116, 179 New Lanark, 208 New Orleans, 90 fn., 91, 180 fn., 204, 205, 206, 210, 211, 214 New Perth, see Perth Newry, 147 New South Wales, 24 New York City, 23, 34-7, 50-1, 64, 87 fn., 90, 112, 114, 116-8, 121-2, 132, 135, 178, 179-193, 198, 203-4, 212-4, 218, 225-6, 228, 234, 236-40, 242, 244, 246-7 New York State, 179-203, 211 fn., 226, 230 Niagara, 167, 171 Niagara Falls, 199, 209 Niagara River, 202 North Carolina, 10 Northiam, 55 Norval Creek, 197 Nottingham, 5 Nova Scotia, 13, 15, 59 fn., 134, 136, 225

O


O'Brien, E. G., 115 Ogdensburgh, 170 Ohio, 59 fn., 191, 217, 229, 231 Ohio Philanthropic Society, 187 Ohio River, 205, 206, 211, 212, 238 Omaha, 203 Oneida Indians, 199 Oneida Lake, 197 Ontario, also Upper Canada and Canada West, 3, 6, 8, 20-22, 25-6, 30, 32, 38, 41, 125-6, 157, 159, 163, 166-78, 197, 199, 201-2, 204, 208-9, 212, 215 et seq. Ontario, Lake, 165, 197, 202, 209 Orleans Island, 144, 145, 153 Orman, Meredith, 232 Oswego, 172, 197, 202, 212 Oswego Canal, 199 Oswego River, 197 Otonabee River, 22, 209 Otonabee Township, 215, 222 fn. Ottawa, 170-1, 176, 236 fn. Ottawa River, 169, 170-1, 177 Owen, Robert, 30 Oxford County, 171, 197 Oxford and Asquith, Earl of, 31 fn.

P


Paisley, 156, 226, 230 Paisley, Rev., 151 Palisades, 193 Palmer, John, 50, 52, 216 Palmerston, Lord, 156 fn. Paris, France, 188, 240 Parks, Harriot, 230 Parks, Hester, 73 Parks, James, 55 Parks, John, 73, 230 Partridge Island, 152 Patterson, Henry, 40 fn. Peacock, William, 161, 162 Peninsular War, 220 Pennsylvania, 164 fn., 208, 210, 228, 230 Pepys, Samuel, 105 Perth, Ont., 21, 208, 232 Peterborough, Ont., 8, 20, 209 Peterborough County, 22, 30 fn., 208-9 Petworth, 125 Petworth Emigration Society, 25-8 Philadelphia, 178, 180 fn., 230 Philips, George, 83 Picken, Andrew, 55 Picton, also Hallowell, 175 Pictou, N. S., 59 fn., 236 Piermont, 213 Pittsburgh, 211, 228 Playfair, Robert, 80 fn., 120 Plymouth, 131, 134 Plymouth -and Devonport Weekly Journal, 134 fn. Point Levi, 146, 153 Poole, Dr., 19, 31 Poor Law Act of 1834, 5 Port Arthur, 213 Port Hope, 173, 175 Portland, Me., 110 Portree, 43 Portsmouth, 25, 26, 6o fn., 121, 137, 147, 234 Port Stanley, 220 Port Talbot, 220 Potters' Emigration Society, 29 Pounds, John, 6o fn. Powell, Jane, 227 fn., 228 Powell, Jem, 227 fn. Poyle Bay, 127 Prayer-book and Homily Society, 61 Prescott, 21, 164-6, 169, 170, 171, 175, 177 Preston, T. R., 121-2 Prince Arthur's Landing, see Port Arthur Prince Edward Island, 22, 38, 99, 141, 218 Prout, T. S., 74 Providence, R. I., 244 Purdy, Samuel, 170

Q


Quarterly Review, 217 fn., 228 fn. Quebec City, 2 11, 13-4, 16, 20, 22-3, 27-8, 36-7, 41, 50, 54, 56, 84 fn., 87, 90, 94, 97, 104, 109, 113, 115, 117, 124-31, 133, 144, 145-63, 167, 175, 177, 180, 204, 209, 220, 224, 236, 238-9. Quebec Chronicle, 151 Quebec Gazette, 90 fn., 128, 148, 156 fn., 158 fn., 159, 160, 170, 173 fn. Quebec Marine and Emigrant Hos- pital, 148 Quebec Mercury, 22 Quebec Province, also Lower Canada and Canada East, 15, 32, 142, 171, 180, 215 et seq., 231-2 Queensbury, 231 "Queen's Bush," 212 Queenstown, 245 Quinte, Bay of, 6

R


Radcliff, Mrs. William, 58 113-4, 117, 140, 170 Ragged Schools, 60-1 Raisin River, 167 Rawle, Captain, 131 Read, Captain, 151 Rebeccaites, 6 Red Island Reef, 129 Red River, Canada, 207, 213 fn. Red River, U. S., 210 Reesor, Peter, 208 fn. Reform Bill of 1832, 5, 31 fn. Reid, Robert, 112 Revolutionary War, 193, effect upon emigration, 246 fn. Rice Lake, 6, 209 Richelieu River, 202, 213 Richibucto, 124 Riddell, Walter, 86 Rideau Canal, 170-1, 177 Rideau River, 167 Rio de la Plata Agricultural Society, 23 Robinson, Captain G. W., 112 Robinson, Peter, 22, 174, 208-9 Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, Duc de la, 171 Rochester, 199 Rose, Rev. A. W. H., 34, 38, 39, 40 Rose Branch, 127 Russell, Lord John, 156 fn. Rye, Miss, 23

S


Sailors' chanties, 62, 66, 99, 117, 119 St. Andrew's Rapids, 207 St. Andrew's Society, 173 St. Ann's, 59 fn. St. Anthony's Nose, see Anthony's Nose St. Charles River, 153 St. Francis, Lake, 165 St. Francois, 153 St. George's Society, 173 St. John, N. B., 48, 152, 233, 241 fn. St. John's, lower St. Lawrence, 153 St. John's, Richelieu River, 202, 213 St. John's River, 209 St. Lawrence Canals, 165, 177, 213 St. Lawrence River and Gulf, 12, 21, 22, 28, 37, 50, 94, 99, 102, 106, 108, 115, 132, 138-78, 183, 202-3, 205, 209, 238, 239 St. Louis, 206 St. Louis, Lake, 165 St. Michel's, 153 St. Patrick's Society, 173 St. Paul, 210, 214 St. Paul Island, 141-2 St. Peter, Lake, 161 St. Regis, 175 St. Vallier, 153 Salt Lake City, 203 Sandusky, 213 Sandy Hook, 102, 122, 123, 179 San Francisco, 203 Sarnia, 178 Scandinavia, 236 Schenectady, 197, 198, 202, 205 Schoharie Creek, 198 Scoomie, 28 Scott, George, 39 Scott's Mills, see Peterborough Sedlescomb, 228 Selkirk, Earl of, 66, 207, 218 Shaftesbury, Earl of, 23, 60-1 Shakespeare, William, 30, 110, 124 Shannon River, 130 Shawnee Town, 210 Ships: Accommodation, 160 fn.; Affonso, 136; Airthy Castle, 157; Amy, 151; Anglo-Saxon, 239; Anna Maria, 151; Artemisia, 60, 61; Astrea, 128; Atlas, 167; Aurora, 159; Baltic Merchant, 167; Ben Nevis, 235; Bohemian, 239; Boscius, 117; Britannia (sail), 151; Britannia (steam), 237, 241-2, 243; British Tar, 26, 27, 143, 147; Brothers, 151; Bruns- wick, 21, 100, 142, 144 fn.; Brutus, 90, 147; Caleb Grimshaw, 134-5; Caledonia, 21, 171; Camillus, 82, 99, 217; Canadian (first), 239; Canadian (second), 239; Canadian Patriot, 159; Caroline, 53 fn., 158; Chancellor Livingston, 192-3; Charles Bartlett, 132; Charlevoix, 160 fn.; Charlotte Dundas, 235; Charter Oak, 234; China, 56; Christopher Columbus, 234; City of New York, 245; City of Paris, 245; Clermont, 195; Constitution, 49; Corea, 151; Cornelius Grin- nell, 234; Countess of Morley, 23; Cumberland Lass, 54; Dalhousie, 170; David, 22, 158; Diana, 99; Discovery, 235 fn.; Donegal, 113; Dorothy, 167; Duncan Gibb, 113, 114, 140; Edmund, 130; Edward, 128; Elizabeth Grimmer, 16; Ellen Simpson, 151; Emily, 104; Eng- land, 25, 26; Enterprise, 171; Etna, 210; Europa, 132-3; Exmouth, 129; Fanny, 122; Fidelity, 128; Florence, 48; Floridian, 131; For- rester, 159; Frances Ann, 59 fn.; Friends, 147; Frontenac, 172; Galatea, 234; Ganges, 151; Gar- rick, 117; Germanic, 245 fn.; Globe, 237; Great Australia, 235, 238; Great Britain (Atlantic), 236-7; Great Britain (Lake On- tario), 172; Great Eastern, 82, 240-1; Great Republic, 234; Great Western, 236, 242; Hannibal, 106; Harmony, 159; Hebe, 36, 86, 100, 126; Helena Sloman, 238; Her- cules, 28, 147; Hope, 70, 79; Hun- garian, 239; Importer, 50, 52; In- dian, 239; Ironsides, 234; Isaac Webb, 49, 51, 62, 63; Isaac Wright, 49; James, 37, 89, 127, 128; John, 131; John Bannerman, 233; John Bull, 159; John Denni- son, 49, 6I, 62, 64 fn., 78, 80, 83, 85, 86, 100, 105, 139, 179, 180, 184; John R. Manta, 244; John Stamp, 58; Julius Macgregor, 16, 53, 77; Kite, 236; Lady Clinton, 194; Lady Hood, 54; Lady Macnaugh- ton, 89, 90; Lancaster, 86; Larch, 95, 151; Laurel, 111, 115; Light- iting, 118, 233, 234; Lilias, 151; London, 49; London of London, 125; Lord Ashburton, 95, 96; Lord Melville, 25; Lord Wellington, 70; Louisiana, 211; Magnet, 80; Ma- jestic, 245; Marchioness of Bread- albane, 151; Margaret, 128; Mar- tin Luther, 133-4; Mary, 90, 147, 148; Mary Ann Bell, 105, 141; Matthew, 67; Mayflower, 237; Mediator, 119; Mercury, 127; Minerva, 89; Minstrel, 129; Mon- tezuma, 64; Naparima, 151; Na- poleon, 100, 120; New Orleans, 210; New World, 49, 137; New York, 120; Nimrod, 127; Nor- mandie, 246-7; North Briton, 239; Ocean Monarch, 136; Onondaga, 171; Ontario, 118; Ottawa, 171; Oxford, 78; Panope, 28; Patriote, 160; Penelope, 147; Petrel, 132; Pique, 237 fn.; Portaferry of Portaferry, 125; Priscilla, 147; Queen Mary, 122 fn., 247; Queen of the Ocean, 136; Queen of the West, 49; Queen Victoria, 107-8; Randolph, 110; Rebecca, 139; Re- covery, 147; Red Jacket, 233-4; Rothiemurchus, 12, 66, 70, 73, 84; Royal Charter, 235; Royal Wil- liam, 236; St. Andrew, 121; St. George, 112; St. Mary, 159; St. Vincent, 6o, 61, 68; Samaria, 237; Sarah, 134-6; Savannah, 236; Servia, 245; Shannon, 171; Sheri- dan, 117, 120; Siddons, 117; Sir Henry Pottinger, 96; Sirius, 236; Snow Sparrow, 103; Sovereign of the Seas, 234; Spray, 59 fn.; Star of the West, 8, 49, 62, 64; Tagus, 133; Tennessee, 71, 106, 112, 140, 182 fn.; Teutonic, 245; Thames, 116; Thetis, 147; Thomas Gelston, 67; Titanic, 248; Trenton, 244; Trinity, 151; Triton, 159; Ulster, 14; Umbria, 245; United States, 170; Victoria, 109, 123; Victory, 159; Virginius, 96, 151; Voyageur, 159, 160; Warrior, 115-6; Wash- ington, 18; Watchful, 151; Water- loo, 124 fn.; Wellington, 209; Westmoreland, 37, 159; West Point, 49; William Avery, 173; William Fell, 147; William IV, 172; William M'Gilevray, 115; William Thomson, 118; Winne- pesaukee, 244; Yorkshire, 49 Shirreff, Patrick, 100, 120, 170, 172, 175, 217, 230 Sholto, 90 Sicilian Revolution, 241 Silcog, 232 Silcox, Joseph, 230 Simcoe, John G., 171 Singer, William, 232 Sing Sing, 193 Sioux Indians, 214 Skelton, Isabel, 22 fn. Skye, Isle of, 10, 43 Slade, Robert, 228 Sligo County, 7, 95, 151 Smart, Henry, 175 Smith, 64 Smith, Benjamin, 210 fn., 228 fn. Smith, Captain (Cumberland Lass), 54 Smith, Captain (Naopleon), 100, 120 Smith, Sidney, 53, 196, 218 fn., 228 fn. Smith Township, 6, 22 Smith, W. L., 149 fn., 171 fn. Snelgrove, William, 230 Somersetshire, 115, 222 fn. Sorel, 161 Southampton, Eng., 133, 234, 246-7 Southampton, Penn., 230 Southwold Township, 232 fn. Spain, 236 Split Rock Rapids, 165 Staffordshire, 29 Standard, Toronto, 176 Staple Cross, 55 Staten Island, 179, 181-3, 184 Steadman, 39 Steele, Ellen, 116 Steele, Millicent, 116 Stevenson, Robert, 43 Stevenson, Robert Louis, 58, 64 fn., 110 fn., 114, 186, 214, 242-4 Stewart, Frances, 112, 209 fn. Stewart, Thomas, 112 Strachan, Rev. John, 225 Strickland, Samuel, 30 fn., 115, 125, 140, 141, 166 Strickland, Mrs. Samuel, 212 Stuart, Charles, 20 Stuart, James, 118, 210 fn., 218 fn. Stuart, Dr. James, 89 Subinacade Lake, 225 Sugar Loaf Mountain, 193 Sullivan County, 226 Sully, 209 Sunday at Home, The, 245 fn. Susquehanna River, 197, 200 fn., 205 Sussex, 25-8, 55, 175 Sydenham, 212 Sydenham, Lord, 20 Sydney, Cape Breton, 127 Syracuse, 199

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Talbot, Edward A., 20, 142-4, 164, 166, 171, 221 fn., 229 Talbot, Richard, 21 Tappan Bay, 193 Taylor, Abraham, 149 fn. Taylor, C. C., 120 Taylor, George, 149 fn. Taylor, James, 107-8, 218, 219 fn. Taylor, Samuel, 149 fn. Taylor, William, 149 fn. Taylor, General, 40 Taylor, Rev., 70 Thomas, Francis, 36, 86, 110, 126-7, 132, 146, 161, 171 fn. Thomson, H. C., 165 Thomson, John, 221 fn. Thorley, Thomas, 229 Three Rivers, P. E. I., 91 Three Rivers, Que., 161 Tickner, William, 176 Times, London, 8, 96, 97 Toronto, also York and Little York, 21, 26, 32 fn., 167, 169, 170, 172, 173-6, 175, 177 fn., 202, 220, 221 fn., 224, 225, 228 fn. Townagh, 8 Traill, Mrs. Catherine, 111-2, 114-5, 138, 142, 145-6, 162, 170 Treffry, John, 171 Trevelyan, G. O., 7, 242 fn. Tripp, Mary Jane, 58 Trollope, Mrs. Frances, 184, 242 fn. Troy, 198, 202 Trussler, Timothy, 38 Turner, Joseph, 184 Turner, Stephen, 86

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