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2 edition of account of vessels arrived at Quebec in the year 1793. found in the catalog.

account of vessels arrived at Quebec in the year 1793.

Jonathan Sewell

account of vessels arrived at Quebec in the year 1793.

(As found among the papers of the late Chief Justice Jonathan Sewell

by Jonathan Sewell

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Published in [Quebec .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shipping -- Québec (Province) -- Québec,
  • Québec (Québec) -- Commerce

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTrade and shipping, port of Quebec 1793
    Statementand presented to the Quebec Exchange in 1863, by his son, Revd. E.W. Sewell.)
    SeriesLiterary and Historical Society of Quebec. Manuscripts relating to the early history of Canada -- ser. 6]
    ContributionsLe Moine, J. M. Sir, 1825-1912.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[5] p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20688865M

    About the Book Author. Éric Bédard received his PhD from McGill University, and has a degree in international affairs from the Institute of Political Studies in Paris. A professor at the University of Quebec, he is the author of Les Réformistes, for which he won the Clio-Quebec award from the Canadian Historical Association. HMS Abergavenny was originally Earl of Abergavenny, an East Indiaman sailing for the British East India Company (EIC). As an East Indiaman she made two trips to China between and The Royal Navy bought her in , converted her to a gun fourth-rate ship of the line, and renamed year later the East India Company built a new and much larger ship which was also named the.

    Enter one or more search terms. (ves, White*) Name of Ship. Year of Registration. These large wooden vessels featured two masts carrying two principal sails supported by booms and gaffs and had one or more triangular head sails rigged to a bowsprit. By the s, 15 Essex shipyards launched more than 50 vessels a year, most of which were built for the Gloucester fleet.

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