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Ship Arrivals at the Port of Quebec, The following arrivals were extracted from the Quebec Morning Chronicle of Please note that sometimes an issue is missing so this extract may not contain all vessels to these ports.

Tomorrow we shall give a complete list of the sailings, from the London shipping and Mercantile Gazette. The ship Jessie , Oliver, which sailed hence for Liverpool on Saturday morning, grounded on the upper end of the Island of Orleans, but, was got off in the evening by the aid of the steamer Canada, and immediately proceeded on her voyage. Elizabeth , Bilodeau, before wrecked off Jedore, near Halifax , on her voyage to Quebec, with a cargo of rum and molasses, had been towed into the Bay of Islands, on the 30 th ult.

Her cargo had been saved and taken to Halifax in the schr. Roch , Blais, cleared at Halifax for Quebec, on the 12 th instant, and the Schr. Victoria , Vigneault, for Montreal, on the 12 th. Passengers In the ship Thos. Wright, from Havre, at New York, Mrs.

O'Doud, and servant, of Quebec. Thompson Poole Ireland do Genl. Abstract of the Passenger Lists received by H.

Government Emigration Office, Quebec, Aug. Died Same place [At Montreal], the Rev. This gentleman suffered from having attended on the immigrants at the Sheds. The Steam Ship Great Britain After a previous but partially unsuccessful experiment, the preparatory operations being completed, on Thursday, the 20 th ult.

At half-past nine, she had risen exactly a foot, when the tide had only risen 10 feet. It was expected by Captain Claxton and Mr. Bremner that she would rise with and equal to the tide, as she was nearly tight. At forty-five minutes past nine, she had risen half a foot more, and Captain Claxton ordered the valves to be opened, to let water into the ship. At ten, she was up two feet, and the tide had risen twelve feet. More means were ordered to be put in practice to let more water in, some of the wedges having floated up.

At half-past ten she appeared to stop rising. The tide, however, still rose. After twelve the tide turned, and by one, had fallen two feet, during which process some awful crashes took place, as the boxes were pulled open. When at her highest, a large quantity of stones, previously prepared, and ready on deck, were shot under her, being dropped on shoots ingeniously contrived. Several boats were hired by Captain Claxton, who shoots ingeniously contrived.

Several boats were hired by Captain Claxton, who went on shore with a strong body of labourers, and speedily returned with loads of stones, which were discharged under the outside bilge. We have since received a statement that the vessel was sufficiently raised to leave the keel completely visible, and that workmen were busily engaged in repairing the bottom, the vessel being suspended in the air by means of the lever, the wedge, the screw, and boxes of sand.

Great hopes are entertained that she will be immediately got off. The steamer Telegraph had arrived at New Orleans from Vera Cruz via the Brazos, bringing government despatches from general Scott; but nothing new from the war quarter.

General Wool's division was to move forward from Saltillo and Encarnacion on the 25 th ultimo, when General Taylor, with his entire disposable force, would advance on San Luis Potosi. Her mail agent and mails were brought by the Cambria.

In a Dec xx issue of the New Orleans paper there appeared an item about the arrest of several people in France on fraud charges. After an investigation they were found to have supplied less coal than ordered. The Missouri was fallen in with, on the 14 th instant, by the British revenue cutter Daring , Capt. Darby, from Sable Island; she had had no coal for 48 hours, when she fell in with the Daring.

On hearing of her distress, Capt. Darby overhauled the brig Lady Young , from Sydney, which vessel supplied her with coal. The Missouri had 26 cabin and 65 steerage passengers. She was to leave Halifax for New York, on the 16 th. Latest From Grosse Isle The steamer Lady Colborne arrived from the Quarantine Station on Sunday evening last, and brought intelligence from there up to 4 o'clock of that afternoon.

The following are the arrivals at Grosse Isle since our last report: Benson passengers-had 27 deaths, and has 60 sick. Bark Bridgetown , Wilson, from Liverpool, to T. Froste,-9 cabin and steerage passengers, 63 deaths, sick. The passengers of the Champion are more of the wretched, miserable tenantry of Major Mahon, and are equally squalid and filthy as those who came out in the Virginius and Naomi. Number of sick, on the 21 st August, Men, Women, Children, Total, Died, during the last twenty-four hours: At the meeting of the Board of Health yesterday afternoon, there was some discussion as to the propriety of resigning, but no resolution was come to on the subject.

A letter was read, from the Medical Superintendent at Grosse Isle, in reply to a resolution of the board, urging the necessity of having the emigrants sent up to Quebec, landed by day-light.

Douglas concurs in the opinion of the Board, but states that he has no controul[sic] over the matter. Another letter on the same subject, from A. Buchanan states he had arranged that the steamers with passengers from quarantine should leave there at night, so that they might arrive and be landed here in the morning.

Isacke, of the 5 th , and Capt. Tyrwhitt, Baronet, who retires. An additional Government steamer has been stationed on the West coast of Ireland, for the purpose of putting a stop to the acts of piracy which have been so much the fashion of late.

Fletcher has an article in the Medical Times , to show that sugar is found in perspiration, tears, and the wax of the ears. It will be remembered that the Hartland was carried away by the ice last spring, saved by some of the parishoners and brought up to port. John's, Newfoundland, Royal Gazette, of the 3 rd Aug. We strongly suspect the vessel mentioned to be the new ship Emma , from Quebec for Liverpool, which was abandoned on the Green Bank, after having been in contact with the John Jordine: Steamer Vesuvious returned to port on Wednesday forenoon.

On Monday evening she fell in with the wreck in quest of which she had gone out, remained by her for the night, and on Tuesday morning she took her in tow and proceeded for St. The vessel being under water forward had to be towed by the stern. The wreck was a new vessel of about tons, had no name on her stern, her masts were gone, and she had the appearance of having been on fire, her decks had been cut up apparently to get at the flour, of which several hundred barrels had been taken out by parties who had fallen in with her.

We have seen some barrels of the flour brought into this port, they are branded "W. Watson, Inspector, Montreal, May George came up from Grosse Isle yesterday afternoon, and reports that three of four vessels with passengers, arrived there just as she was leaving. Among them the transport Maria Somes , with a large number of pensioners.

There had occurred several deaths on the voyage and she had a good many sick. Malo, curate of Trois Pistoles, and the Rev. Arrival of Emigrants The number of passengers from Europe, who arrived at New York during the years ending 31 st July, and 31 st July, , was as follows: The Stratford-on-Avon Committee, who have this object in view, have already received the promise of very distinguished patronage.

Spencer We regret to state that this gentleman lies ill, with scarcely any hope of recovery from fever, caught amongst the poor Irish in the discharge of his duties as a Roman Catholic priest, at Aston, in Staffordshire. Chinese Granite The vessel John O'Gaunt , arrived from Shanghao and Hong Kong, respectively, has brought in addition to a general cargo of tea, and other Chinese productions, 78 slabs of granite.

We know of no former instance of an arrival of this valuable description of stone from the Chinese empire, and this notice of the matter will prove of interest and importance. Most Melancholy Occurrence On Friday last, about mid-day, an Irishman, called Peter Hair, with three children, his whole family, aged, 14, 11, and 6, the oldest and youngest being boys, left Newabby shore at Corbelly to gather cockles on the bank opposite Carsethorn.

Not being acquainted with the run of the tide, they remained too long on the bank, and before a boat could reach them the three children were swept into eternity! Their father was resceued by Captain Blair just as the water was entering his mouth, and must also have perished in a few minutes.

What makes this event the more lamentable is the fact that, had they remained on the highest portion of the bank, they would all have been saved by Captain Blair; or, had they known the shore, they might all have reached the land on foot with the utmost safety.

Thomas Johnstone, a surgeon in the navy, for breach of promise to marry her. Both parties are natives of Ireland, but Miss Harvey has resided recently in Canada. The defendant paid his addresses to the lady a long time, and his letters were filled with the most ardent protestations of affection. At length he begged of her to return to Ireland and be his.

She complied, but from the moment of her arrival he took no notice whatever of her. Sergeant Kinglake, for the defence, endeavoured, as usual in such cases, to treat the plaintiff and the whole affair with ridicule.

New Timber Dock at Liverpool The chairman of the Liverpool dock committee, has propounded another scheme of dock extension, the principal object being to provide accommodation for the growing wants of the North American timber trade.

The details of the plan will, of course, be left for future consideration, should the principle be adopted by the dock committee, who are to consider the subject. Shipping Intelligence The large ship United Kingdom was hauled into the East India Floating Dock, this morning, where she will undergo thorough repairs. The steamer North America arrived from Montreal yesterday forenoon with the bark Panama and one barge in tow.

George also arrived yesterday from Montreal with the brig Hotspur and two barges in tow. Indian Queen and one barge in tow. The Schr Thistle arrived at Halifax on the 16 th instant, in 12 days from Quebec. Launch On the 28 th July last Messrs.

The Report of the Board of Health and the proceedings of their meeting of yesterday, which we publish this morning, afford sufficient assurance that the gentlemen composing that body are not disposed to take offence at the decision of our City Council in assuming the duty of fitting up and superintending the proposed Fever Hospital, and to their credit, have intimated by the resolutions adopted yesterday, their determination to persevere in the prosecution of their legitimate duties.

Apart from the superintendence of an hospital of the above description, there is must to occupy the attention of the Board, in enforcing the removal of nuisances and looking after the sick poor of the different wards of the city and suburbs. Remaining on the 15 th Admitted since Discharged Died Remaining Number of deaths at the Tents, where the healthy passengers are landed, during the same period 64 Total deaths on the island, from the 15 th to the 21 st The deaths at the Hospital, from the 15 th to the 21 st , were as follows:

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