Sources for Ship List 2

Continued from Sources for Ship List 1

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Table 11

121 – Hudson’s Bay.

122Pery.

  • HBCA, B.3/a/3, Albany Post Journal, 1711 [- 1712]: 26 and 29 September 1711, 25 March 1712, and 2 April 1712; and Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 336.
  • Glover, “Ward, Richard”; Johnson, “Grimington, Michael,” [fl. 1698–1719] DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 50.

123Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 336.
  • Glover, “Davis, Joseph,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 50.

124Prosperous.

  • HBCA, B.3/a/6, Albany Post Journal, 1714, “Journall of a Voyage anno 1714 without a name, Albany Fort”; B.3/a/7, Albany Post Journal, 1715–1716, [Michael Grimington Jr.] “A Journall of our Wintering with the Prosperos Hoye M.G. Mastr In Compy wth ye Port Nelson [sic]”; Search File, Ships; and “Napper, James,” Biographical Sheet [online index http://www.gov.mb.ca/chc/archives/hbca/biographical/index.html (accessed 2004–2007)].
  • Rich, History, vol. I, 448.
  • Johnson, “Grimington, Michael,” [fl. 1698–1719]; Davies, “Kelsey, Henry”; L.H. Neatby, “Napper, James”; and Dodge, “Vaughan, David,” DCB.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 23 n.2, 28, 54 n.2, 64 n.1, and Appendix B, 336, 338.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 50, 52–54.

125Providence.

126Port Nelson.

  • HBCA, B.3/a/6, Albany Post Journal, 1714; B.3/a/7, Albany Post Journal, 1715–1716; and Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 34 n.3, and Appendix B, 337.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 50.

127Union.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Jérémie, Twenty years of York Factory, 11.
  • Tyrrell, Documents, 31.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 34–35 nn. 2, 4, and 36 n.3.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 50–51.

128Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 12, finds the captain’s inability to locate the Hayes River entirely understandable.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 56 n. 3, Appendix B, 337.
  • Glover, “Davis, Joseph,” DCB, writes that Davis was found at fault and dismissed from Company service, “a man more important for what he failed to do than for anything he did.”
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 51.

129Port Nelson.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 337.
  • Johnson, “McCliesh, Thomas,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 51.

130Albany.

  • See Rich, History, vol. I, 503, from which I have inferred the existence and name of the sloop.

131Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships; and “Napper, James,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 337.
  • Glover, “Ward, Richard”; and Neatby, “Napper, James,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 51.

132Albany.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 53, and Appendix B, 337.
  • Dodge,“Berley (Barley, Barlow), George,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 51.

133Albany.

  • Thomas McCliesh, “Letter 14,” Albany Fort, 20 August 1717, Letters from Hudson Bay, 72, notes that in addition to constructing the sloop, he had “likewise built two long boats fit for any service in this country as any English built boats, which your honours formerly gave ₤20 a boat.”
  • HBCA, B.3/a/11, Albany Post Journal, 1722–1723; B.3/a/12, Albany Post Journal, 1723–1724, [Joseph Myatt], “Albany Fort America Anno Dom 1723: No 3 Journal of Winds and Weather wth other observations & Accidents wch hath been acted here Commence-ing August the 13th Anno 1723 and Ends the 13th August 1724 [sic],” 27 August 1723, reports they had hauled the vessel ashore “she being very Rottne.”
  • Alwin, “Mode, Pattern and Pulse,” 67 n. 3.

134Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, B.3/a/8, Albany Post Journal, 1717, [Peter Clemens] “A Journall One Borde ye Dilligenc Sloop By Godss  Assistance From Church h[o]le Towards Albany Rivor In Hudsons Bay So God Send us a Good Voige: Amen [sic]”; and Search File, Ships.
  • Tyrrell, Documents, 134.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 337.
  • Glover, “Ward, Richard”; Neatby, “Napper, James”; and Dodge, “Vaughan, David,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 51–52.

135Port Nelson.

  • HBCA, B.3/a/8, Albany Post Journal, 1717; and Search File, Ships.
  • Tyrrell, Documents, 134.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 337.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 51–52.

136Albany.

  • HBCA, B.3/a/8, Albany Post Journal, 1717; and Search File, Ships.
  • Tyrrell, Documents, 34.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 54 n. 1, and Appendix B, 337.
  • Dodge,“Berley (Barley, Barlow), George,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 51–52.

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Table 12

137 – Diligence.

  • HBCA, B.3/a/8, Albany Post Journal, 1717; B.3/a/11, Albany Post Journal, 1722–1723; B.3/a/12, Albany Post Journal, 1723–1724.
  • Tyrrell, Documents, 34.
  • Rich, History, vol. I, 454.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 28 n. 3, 79 and n. 3, 80, 82, 146, and Appendix B 337.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 51–52.

138Success.

  • HBCA, “Napper, James,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 11.
  • Rich, History,vol. I, 448.
  • Davies, “Kelsey, Henry,” DCB; and Dodge, “Vaughan, David,” DCB.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 23 n. 2, 59 n. 6, 63–64 n. 5, 68.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 52, 53.

139Eastmain.

  • Rich, History, vol. I, 454, 617–619.

140Hudson’s Bay.

141Albany.

142Mary.

  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 13.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 337.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 52–53.

143Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships; and “Napper, James,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Rich, History, vol. I, 449.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 56 n. 3, 73 n. 1, and Appendix B, 338.
  • Alice M. Johnson, “Bird, Thomas”; Glover, “Ward, Richard”; Neatby, “Napper, James”; and Davies, “Kelsey, Henry,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 53.

144Mary.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements, 1719–1929; and Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 74–74 and n. 3, and Appendix B, 338.
  • Johnson, “Grimington, Michael,” [fl. 1698–1719] DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 53.

145Albany& Discovery.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • “Arctic Expeditions,” Nautical Magazine, 120–121.
  • Rich, History, 445–446.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 54 n. 1, and Appendix B, 338.
  • Dodge,“Berley (Barley, Barlow), George,” and “Vaughan, David,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 53.

146Hannah.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 73 n. 1, 86 n. 2, and Appendix B, 338.
  • Glover, “Ward, Richard,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 54.

147Mary.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 338.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 54.

148Whalebone.

149Hannah & Mary.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 338.
  • Glyndwr Williams,“Middleton, Christopher,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 54.

150Mary.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; and Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 338.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 55.

151Hannah.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships; and “Napper, James,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 338.
  • Neatby, “Napper, James,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 55.

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Table 13

152 – Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 78 nn. 2, 3, and Appendix B, 338.
  • Glyndwr Williams, “Spurrell, George,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 55.

153

  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 81.

154Mary.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; and Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 338.
  • Neatby, “Napper, James,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 55.

155Hannah.

  • HBCA, B.3/a/12, Albany Post Journal, 1723–1724; and Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 338.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 55.

156Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; and Search File, Ships.
  • Warner, “Voyaging to York Factory,” 20.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 338.
  • Neatby, “Napper, James,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 55.

157Beaver.

158Mary.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; and Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 108, 109 n. 1, 116, and Appendix B, 338.
  • Rich, History, vol. I, 458–59, names William Coats as captain, apparently confusing the vessel with the Mary [II] of 1727.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 56.

159Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; and Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 339.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 56.

160Marten.

  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 95 and n. 1, 97, 120 n. 2, 127, 178, 228 n. 4.
  • Neatby, “Napper, James,” DCB.

161Hannah.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; and Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 108 n. 3, and Appendix B, 339.
  • Davies, “Kelsey, Henry”; Williams,“Middleton, Christopher,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 56.

162Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships; and “Napper, James,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 339.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 56.

163Hannah.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships; and “Isbister, Joseph,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 339.
  • Sylvia Van Kirk, “Isbister, Joseph,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 56.

164Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 339.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 56.

165Beaver.

  • HBCA, B.59/a/1, East Main Post Journal, 1736–1737, “A Journal by Gods Permission Kept By Joseph Isbister Master of ye Beavar Sloop Trading to ye Et Maine in ye Bottom of James Bay North America Anno Domini 1736 And 1737 [sic]”; B.59/a/2 Eastmain Post Journal, 1737–1738, “A Journal by God’s Permission Kept by Josph. Isbister Master of the Beavar Sloop Trading to ye Et. Maine in the Botom of Jameses Bay North America; part Anno Domminy 1737 And part Ano Dom 1738 [sic]”; B.59/a/6, Eastmain Post Journal, 1741–1742, “EM Eastmain Journal of Observations on board the Moose Sloop Alex Light Master from 7th Sept. 1741 to 9th Augst. 1742 [sic],” 7 September 1741; B.59/a/7, Eastmain Post Journal, 1742–1743, “Alex Light Master of the Moose Sloop his Journal from ye 11 Aug 1742 to ye 20 Aug 1743,” 16–17 August 1742; and “Light, Alexander,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 124, 130–131, 207, 324 and n. 2.
  • Alice M. Johnson, “Render, Thomas”; Van Kirk, “Isbister, Joseph,” DCB.

166

  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 118, 171.
  • See also Neatby, “Napper, James,” DCB.

167Hannah.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; and “Napper, James,” and “Isbister, Joseph,” Biographical Sheets.
  • Neatby, “Napper, James,” DCB.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 127, and Appendix B, 339.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 56.

168Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; and Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 339.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 56.

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Table 14

169 – Mary.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; and Search File, Ships.
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 13.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 119, 126 n. 2, 143, and Appendix B, 339.
  • Glyndwr Williams, “Coats, William”; and Johnson, “McCliesh, Thomas,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 56.

170Hannah.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; and Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 339.
  • Johnson, “McCliesh, Thomas,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 57.

171 Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; and “Isbister, Joseph,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 130, and Appendix B, 339.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 57.

172Mary.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 135 n. 2, and Appendix B, 339.
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 13.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 57.

173 – Hannah.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; and Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 146, and Appendix B, 339.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 57.

174 – Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships; and “Isbister, Joseph,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 141, and Appendix B, 339.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 57.

175 – Mary.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 139, and Appendix B, 339.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 57.

176 – Hannah.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; and “Isbister, Joseph,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 149, 150, and Appendix B, 339.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 57.

177 – Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; and Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 152, and Appendix B, 339.
  • Joan Craig, “Pilgrim, Robert,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 57.

178 – Mary.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 339.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 57.

179 – Moose River.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; B.59/a/1, Eastmain Post Journal, 1736–1737; B.59/a/4, Eastmain Post Journal, 1739–1740, “A Journall by Gods Permition Kept by Josph. Isbistor Master of ye Moose Sloop Freateing To ye East-Maine in the botom of Jameses Bay North America Containing part Ano 1739 And part Ano 1740 With Seven Men & one boy Under His Command [sic]”; B.59/a/5, Eastmain Post Journal, 1740–1741, [Alexander Light] “A Journall of Tranactions onboard the Moose Sloop and at Slude River Factory on the East Main in James Bay Commencing from August the 25 1740 that being the day I Gave in the Last years Journall and it is to be noted that the first four days works In the Proceeding Journall was Rcd. on board the Beavor Sloop belongin to Moose Fort [sic]”; B.59/a/6, Eastmain Post Journal; B.59/a/8 Eastmain Post Journal, 1743–1744, “Thos Mitchell Commander of the Eastmain Sloop his Journal from 8th Aug 1743 to the 3 of July 1744,” 25 August, and 6 September 1743; B.42/a/32, Fort Churchill Post Journal, 1748–1749, 6–7 September 1748, and 1 August 1749; B.42/a/33, Fort Churchill Post Journal, 1748–1749 “A Journal of the Remarks at Prince of Wales’s Fort pr Jno. Marley 1748 [sic],” 17 August 1748, and “A Journal of an Intended Voyage (by Gods permission) kept on board the Churchill Sloop from Churchill in Hudson Bay to Moose Fort In James.s Bay, John Marley Master Commencing Thursday Sept. 8 1748 [sic]”; B.42/a/36, Fort Churchill Post Journal, 1750–1751, 25 September 1750; Search File, ships; and “Light, Alexander,” and “Napper, James,” Biographical Sheets.
  • Rich, History, vol. I, 558–61, 574, 625.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 165, 153 n. 2, note the London Committee described the vessel as small and newly built in 1730, see also 241, and Appendix B, 339.
  • Neatby, “Napper, James”; Johnson,“Render, Thomas,” indicates this “new sloop” was renamed Churchill in 1732; Glyndwr Williams, “Smith, Francis,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 57–61, 63–64, 67, indicate that the Churchill (formerly the Moose River [I]) sloop sailed from London in 1736.

180 – Hannah.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements, notes the journal was kept by George West; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 158, and Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 57.

181 – Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships; “Isbister, Joseph,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 164, and Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 57.

182 – Mary.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 157, and Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 57.

183 –

  • See Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 172, which indicates a punt had been requested but not sent, while a similarly small boat had been built of local wood at the East Main.

184 – Hannah.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 174, and Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 58.

185Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships; “Isbister, Joseph,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 171, 174, and Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 58.

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186Mary.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 168, 177, and Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 58.

187Moose River.

  • HBCA, B.42/a/33 Fort Churchill Post Journal, 1748–1749; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 165 nn. 3, 4, 324 n. 2, and Appendix B, 339.
  • Craig,“Pilgrim, Robert”; and Van Kirk, “Isbister, Joseph,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 58.

188

  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 165 n. 3.

189Musquash.

  • Rich, History, vol. I, 558.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, lviii, 211, 218.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 59–60, indicate a vessel of the same name sailed from London in 1736, but see entry 199 below.

190Albany.

  • Rich, History, vol. I, 558.

191

  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 177.

192Hannah.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 58.

193Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships; “Isbister, Joseph,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 58.

194Mary.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Light, Alexander,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 58.

195Quicohatch.

  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 187 and n. 2.

196Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships; “Isbister, Joseph,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 59.

197Mary.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements, notes the journal was kept by J. Garrett; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 190, and Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 59.

198Seahorse.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 13.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 193 and n. 2, and Appendix B, 340.
  • Williams,“Middleton, Christopher,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 59.

199Musquash.

  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 228 n. 4, note “Work on setting up this vessel began at Churchill on 1 August 1734 and in the following spring she began operations under the name of Musquash, She replaced the Martin which was broken up during season 1734–35,” see also 241–242.
  • Neatby, “Napper, James,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 59–60, indicate a vessel of the same name sailed from London in 1736.

200Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Isbister, Joseph,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 205, and Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 59.

201Mary.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 201, and Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 59.

202Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 204, and Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 59.

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203 –

  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 222–223.

204 – Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 78 n.3, 220 and n. 1, and Appendix B, 341.
  • Warner, “Voyaging to York Factory,” 22.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 59.

205 – Mary.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 210, and Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 59.

206 – Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; B.59/a/1, Eastmain Post Journal, 1736–1737, 15 August 1736; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 222, and Appendix B, 340.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 59.

207 – Mary.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Light, Alexander,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay,228–29 n. 6, and Appendix B, 341.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 60.

208Seahorse.

  • HBCA, B.59/a/1, Eastmain Post Journal, 1736–1737, 7 August 1737; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, Appendix B, 341.
  • Williams, “Smith, Francis,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 60.

209Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 13.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 225 n. 3, 230, and Appendix B, 341.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 60.

210Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 243, 249, 259, and Appendix B, 341.
  • Barr, “Eighteenth Century Trade,” 237.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 60.

211Mary.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships, lists two vessels of this name for this year, Mary [III] and [IV].
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 13.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 242–243, 249, 259, and Appendix B, 341.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 60.

212Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 264, and Appendix B, 341.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 60.

213Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 272, 307, and Appendix B, 341.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 61.

214Mary.

  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay,285, and Appendix B, 341.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 61.

215Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships. Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 272, 307, and Appendix B, 341.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 61.

216

  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 218 and n.4, indicates the frames had been sent out in 1735 for a vessel of the same dimensions as the Musquash [II], but apparently the new vessel was not finished until 1739.

217

  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson Bay, 289.

218Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson’s Bay, Appendix B, 341.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 61.

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Table 17

219 – Mary.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson’s Bay, 311, and Appendix B, 341.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 61.

220 – Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Davies with Johnson, Letters from Hudson’s Bay, 323, and Appendix B, 341.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 61.

221 – Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 61.

222Mary.

  • HBCA, B.59/a/6, Eastmain Post Journal, 1741–1742, 8 September 1741; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 61.

223Furnace & Discovery.

224Seahorse.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 62.

225Mary.

  • HBCA, B.59/a/6, Eastmain Post Journal, 1741–1742; B.59/a/7, Eastmain Post Journal, 1742–1743, 13 August 1742; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 62.

226Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 62.

227Mary.

  • HBCA, B.59/a/7, Eastmain Post Journal, 1742–1743, 9–10 August 1743; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Light, Alexander,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 62.

228Eastmain.

  • HBCA, B.59/a/8, Eastmain Post Journal, 1743–1744; B.59/a/9, Eastmain Post Journal, 1744, “A Journal of Transactions on Bord ye Eastmain Sloop Thos Mitchell Commander By Gods Permission whereby whent to Discover ye Eastmain Coast In Hudsons Bay In Company with ye Phoenix Mr Jno Laynlnand Commander Begun July ye 2d 1744 when I left off in my last [sic]”; Search File, Ships.
  • Rich, History, vol. I, 548.
  • Glyndwr Williams, “Mitchell, Thomas,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 64, 67.

229Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships. Rich, History, vol. I, 537.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 64.

230Mary.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 63.

231Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements, notes the journal was kept by William Mules; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 63.

232Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 13.
  • Barr, “Eighteenth Century Trade,” 238.
  • Sylvia Van Kirk; “Norton, Moses,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 63.

233Phoenix.

  • HBCA, B.59/a/9, Eastmain Post Journal, 1744.
  • Rich, History, vol. I, 543, 548.
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 11.
  • Glyndwr Williams, “Longland, John,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 64.

234Mary, Hudson’s Bay &c.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 64–65.

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Table 18

234 – Hudson’s Bay, Prince Rupert &c.

  • Refer to sources in #234, Table 17, above.

235 – Seahorse, Mary &c.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 65.

236 – California, Dobbs Galley &c.

  • “Arctic Expeditions,” Nautical Magazine, 120–121.
  • Wakeham, Report of the Expedition to Hudson Bay, 52.
  • Warner, “Voyaging to York Factory,” 20.
  • Barr, “Eighteenth Century Trade,” 238–239.
  • Robert Coutts, “Buried on the Bay: The Sloop Creek Schooner at York Factory and Hudson’s Bay Company Marine Transport, 1878–1915,” Papers presented at the Rupert’s Land Colloquium, Edmonton, 1994 (Winnipeg: Centre for Rupert’s Land Studies, 1994), 321–322.
  • Williams,“Moor, William,” and “Smith, Francis,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 65.

237 –

238 – Loo & Shark.

239 – Seahorse, Mary &c.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 65.

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Table 19

239 –

  • Refer to sources in #239, Table 18, above.

240 – Seahorse, Mary &c.

  • HBCA B.42/a/32, Churchill Post Journal, 1748–1749; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 66.

241 – Bear.

  • HBCA, B.42/a/32, Churchill Post Journal, 1748–1749, 22 August, and 6 September 1748, and 14–15 July, 20 July 1749; B.42/a/38, Churchill Post Journal, 1751–1752, 22 August 1751; B.42/a/40, Churchill Post Journal, 1752–1753, 15 August, 17–18 August, 25–26 August, 28 August, and 26 September, 28 September, 1752; B.42/a/41, Churchill Post Journal, 1752–1753, [James Walker] “A Journal of our proceedings by God’s permistion in the Churchill Sloop for part of ye year 52 & part of the year 1753,” 16 September 1752.

242 – Success.

  • K.G. Davies, ed., with A.M. Johnson, Northern Quebec and Labrador Journals and Correspondence 181935 (London: Hudson’s Bay Record Society, 1963), xx.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 66–67, 81–83.

243 – Whale.

  • HBCA, B.42/a/41, Churchill Post Journal, 1752–1753, 23 August 1753.

244 – Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 66.

245 – Mary.

  • HBCA, B.42/a/32: Fort Churchill Post Journal, 1748–1749, 17 August, 19–20 August, 22 August, 25 August, 27–28 August, and 6 September 1748; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 66.

246 – Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, B.42/a/32, Post Journal, Fort Churchill, 1748–49, 26 July 1749; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 66.

247 – Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 66.

248 –

  • HBCA, B.42/a/32, Churchill Post Journal, 1748–1749, 14–15 July, and 20 July 1749; B.42/a/38, Churchill Post Journal, 1751–1752, 22 August 1751.

249 – Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Craig, “Pilgrim, Robert,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 67.

250Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, B.42/a/36, Churchill River Post Journal, 1750–1751, 17–20 August, and 23 August 1750; B.42/a/37, “A Journal of our proceeding in the Churchill from Churchill River to the Lattd. 64..00 North from thence Back to Churchill River Began June the 27 And Ending August the 21st. 1751 By James Walker [sic],” specifically “Remarks &c on board the Churchill Sloop from the time the Hudsons bay Sail’d for England to her being Lay’d up [sic]”; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 67.

251Prince Rupert & King George.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 67.

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Table 20

252 – Seahorse.

253Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.1/346, Ship’s Logs, Hudson’s Bay, 1751; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; B.42/a/36, Churchill Post Journal, 1750–1751, 26 July 1751; B.42/a/38, Churchill Post Journal, 1751–1752, 22–23 August 1751; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 68.

254Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/869, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1751; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 68.

255King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/360-361, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1751–1752; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 68.

256New Churchill.

  • HBCA, B.42/a/37, Churchill Post Journal, 1751, 13 and 17 September 1751; B.42/a/38, Churchill Post Journal, 1751–1752; B.42/a/39, Churchill Post Journal, 1751–1752, “A Journall of our Proceeding by God’s Permission in the Churchill Sloop from Churchill to York Fort and back to Churchill again in the year 1751 – Likewise on a Northward Expedition By James Walker – Master 1752 [sic],” fo. 10a, ca. 8 September 1751; B.42/a/40, Churchill Post Journal, 1752–1753, 29 and 31 August 1752, and 30 April, 2 September 1753; B.42/a/41, Churchill Post Journal, 1752–1753; B.42/a/42, Churchill Post Journal, 1753–1754, 2 and 4 September 1754; B.42/a/43, Churchill Post Journal, 1754, “A Journal of our Preceeding in the Churchill Sloop – by James Walker 1754 [sic]”; B.42/a/45, Churchill Post Journal, 1754–1755, “A Journal of a voyage to York Fort 1754. Likewise a journal to the Northward or Towards the welcome 1755 on Board of the Churchill Sloop John Bean master from prince of wales Fort in Hudsons Bay North America [sic]”; B.42/a/47, Churchill Post Journal, 1756, “NE Journal of the most material Occurrances on board the Churchill Sloop from 11 July to 23d Augst. 1756 Kept by John Mcbean Master [sic]”; “Holt, George,” Biographical Sheets.
  • Sylvia Van Kirk; “Norton, Moses,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 68–71, 73–75, 77–83, do not distinguish between the ‘old’ and ‘new’ Churchill sloops.

257Seahorse.

  • HBCA, B.42/a/40, Churchill Post Journal, 1752–1753, 10 August 1752; B.42/a/41, Churchill Post Journal, 1752–1753, 11 August 1752; C.1/1022, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1752; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Sr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 69.

258King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/361-364, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1752–1755; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 69.

259Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/870-877, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1752–1760; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 69.

260Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.1/347-353, Ship’s Logs, Hudson’s Bay, 1752–1759; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 69.

261Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1023, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1753; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Sr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 70.

262King George.

  • HBCA, B.42/a/40, Churchill Post Journal, 1752–1753, 22 August 1753; B.42/a/42, Churchill Post Journal, 1753–1754, 12 September 1753; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 70.

263Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, B.42/a/40, Churchill Post Journal, 1752–1753, 2 September 1753; B.42/a/42, Churchill Post Journal, 1753–1754, 5 and 12 September 1753; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 70.

264Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.1/347-352, Ship’s Logs, Hudson’s Bay, 1752–1759; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 70.

265Argo.

  • HBCA, C.1/1023, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1753, on 14 July, near Davis Strait the crew of the Seahorse made out the sails of a schooner with which they “spoke” on 17 July and learned that the captain’s name was Swane and that “he came from Philadelpia & was bound upon a discovery” with what appeared to be “a bout 18 men upon Deck [sic].” The schooner remained in company for several days while they grappled with heavy ice.
  • Henry E. Bryant, “Notes on an Early American Arctic Expedition,” Geographical Journal 33, no. 1 (January 1909): 72–75.
  • Howard Nicholas Eavenson, “Appendix 21: Two Early Works on Arctic Exploration by an Anonymous Author,” Map Maker & Indian Traders: An Account of John Patten, Trader, Arctic Explorer, and Map Make; Charles Swaine, Author, Trader, Public Official, and Arctic explorer; Theodorus Swaine Drage, Clerk, Trader, and Anglican Priest (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1949), 167–168, 174, 176.
  • Maude M. Hutcheson, “Pattin, John,” DCB online.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 70–71, note that Elijah Goff, having travelled aboard the Hope on a Moravian Missionary Society venture to Labrador in 1753, reported to Charles Swain that they were joined for a time by John Taylor, who had sailed from Rhode Island aboard a sloop of about 35 tons. Taylor was apparently intent on searching the Labrador coast for a Northwest Passage. Swain in turn had met up with the HBC vessels from London at the mouth of Hudson Strait, but neither he nor they reported encountering Taylor.

266Seahorse.

  • HBCA, B.42/a/42, Churchill Post Journal, 1753–1754, 26 August 1754; B.42/a/44, Churchill Post Journal, 1754–1755, 7 September 1754; C.1/1024, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1754; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Sr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 71.

267King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/361-364, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1752–1755; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 71.

268Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/870-877, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1752–1760; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 71.

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Table 21

269 – Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.1/347-352, Ship’s Logs, Hudson’s Bay, 1752–1759; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 71.

270Speedwell.

  • HBCA, B.42/a/42, Churchill Post Journal, 1753–1754, 6 September 1754; B.42/a/44, Churchill Post Journal, 1754–1755, 7 September 1754, 25 July, 4 August, 8–14 August, 16 August, 18 August, 1–2 September, 6 September, and 9 September 1755; B.42/a/45 Churchill Post Journal, 1754–1755, 12–14 July 1754, and 12 September 1755; B.42/a/46, Churchill Post Journal, 1755–1756, 15 September, 20 September, 22–24 September, 26–27 September, 29–30 September, 8 October 1755, and 30 April, 1 August 1756.
  • Alwin, “Mode, Pattern and Pulse,” 185.

271

272Argo.

  • Bryant, “Notes on an Early American Arctic Expedition,” 72–75.
  • Eavenson, “Two Early Works,” 175–176.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 72.

273Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1025, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1755; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Sr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 72.

274King George.

  • HBCA, B.42/a/46, Churchill Post Journal, 1755–1756, 14 September, and 17 September 1755; C.1/361-364, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1752–1755; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 72.

275Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/870-877, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1752–1760; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 72.

276Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.1/347-352, Ship’s Logs, Hudson’s Bay, 1752–1759; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 72.

277

  • HBCA, B.42/a/46, Churchill Post Journal, 1755–1756, 17 September, 24–27 September, and 29 September 1755.

278Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1021-1029, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1751–1759; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 73.

279Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/870-877, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert (I), 1752–1760; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; B.42/a/46, Churchill Post Journal, 1755–1756, 19 August 1756; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 73.

280Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.1/347-352, Ship’s Logs, Hudson’s Bay, 1752–1759; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 73.

281Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, B.42/a/46, Churchill Post Journal, 1755–1756, 2 Aug.1756; C.1/878, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert (II), 1756; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Sr.,” and “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheets.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 73.

282Moose.

  • HBCA, C.1/1025, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1755, indicates the ‘new’ Moose sloop went out the year before 1756, and further notes “the new sloop sailed for Albany Mr Lougland spar’d Mr Stevenson his mate we thinking him best Acuainted in Albany River [sic],” but it is not entirely clear whether this is a reference to the Moose or some other sloop; “Stephens, Joseph,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Davies with Johnson, Northern Quebec and Labrador Journals, xxv.
  • Brown, “Atkinson, George,” DCB.

283Hunter.

  • HBCA, Ships Records Finding Aid.

284Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1021-1029, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1751–1759; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 74.

285 – Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/874, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert (1), 1757; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Sr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 74.

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Table 22

286 – Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.1/347-352, Ship’s Logs, Hudson’s Bay, 1752–1759; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships, indicates there is no log for this year; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 74.

287Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/878-879, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert (II), 1756–1757; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 74.

288Aldborough.

289Sole Bay.

  • HBCA, C.1/1027, Ship’s Log Sea Horse,1757, 25 June 1757; Ships Records Finding Aid.
  • See also John Robson, “James Cook in the Navy: July to September 1757” http://www.captaincooksociety.com/ccsu9065.htm (accessed 21 October 2007), who indicates the vessel was being used for general coastal duties and reconnaissance, including the prevention of smuggling. Craig was given command of the vessel on 1 February of 1757 and was replaced by James Cook on 2 August. Under Cook, the vessel “made her way up the east coast calling at Stonehaven (Stoneham) and Peterhead (Buchan Ness) before heading to the small islet of Copinsay on the eastern edge of Orkney. She continued further north via Fair Isle to be at Lerwick in Shetland on 9 August. This was the northern limit of the patrol and Solebay next called at Stromness on mainland Orkney on 19 August. Cook’s log finishes on 7 September by which time he was back in Leith.”

290Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1021-1029, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1751–1759; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements, indicates William Norton was “ill so kept no Journal” and lists John Barley as its author; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 75.

291Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/875, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert (I), 1758; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Sr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 75.

292Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.1/347-352, Ship’s Logs, Hudson’s Bay, 1752–1759; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships, indicates there is no log for this year; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 75.

293Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/880-886, Prince Rupert (II), 1758–1764; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 75.

294Postillion & Dover.

  • HBCA, Ships Records Finding Aid.

295Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1021-1029, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1751–1759; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 75–76.

296Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/876, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert (I), 1759; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Sr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 75–76.

297Hudson’s Bay.

  • HBCA, C.1/352, Ship’s Logs, Hudson’s Bay, 1759; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 75–76.

298Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/880-886, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert (II), 1758–1764; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 75–76.

299Swan.

  • HBCA, Ships Records Finding Aid.

300Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1030-1034, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse,1760–1764; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 76.

301 – Prince Rupert

  • HBCA, C.877, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert (I), 1760; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 76.

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Table 23

302 – Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/880-886, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert (II), 1758–1764; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 76.

303Dolphin & Phoenix.

  • HBCA, Ships Records Finding Aid.

304Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1031, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1761; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 77.

305Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/880-886, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert (II), 1758–1764; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 77.

306King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/365-369, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1761–1765; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Warner, “Voyaging to York Factory,” 18.
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 13. Alwin, “Mode, Pattern and Pulse,” 61.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 77.

307Hind.

  • HBCA, Ships Records Finding Aid.

308Argo.

  • Ships Records Finding Aid.
  • Phillips, “Ships of the Old Navy,” describes King’s exploits in the Argo this year without any mention of HBC ships, which suggests that any contact may have been due to happenstance rather than formal planning.

309Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1032, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1762; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 77–78.

310Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/880-886, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1758–1764; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 77–78.

311King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/365-369, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1761–1765; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 77–78.

312Strivewell.

  • Sylvia Van Kirk; “Norton, Moses,” DCB.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 78.

313Sole Bay.

  • HBCA, Ships Records Finding Aid.

314Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1033, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1763; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 78.

315Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/880-886, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1758–1764; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 78.

316King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/365-369, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1761–1765; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 78.

317Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1030-1034, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1760–1764; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 79.

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Table 24

318 – Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/880-886, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1758–1764; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 79.

319King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/368, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1764; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 79.

320Eastmain.

321Severn.

322Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1035-1036, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1765–1766; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Warner, “Voyaging to York Factory,” 18.
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 13.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 80.

323Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/886-890, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1764–1768; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 80.

324King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/369, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1765; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 80.

325

  • Centre for Newfoundland Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, “(Jonathan Horsnaill for) Hugh Palliser, Order Enclosed with Report on the Newfoundland Trade and Fisheries, April 8, 1765,” Colonial Office 194 Papers, vol. 16, 179 B-179v.
  • Davies with Johnson, Northern Quebec and Labrador Journals, xxiv, note that in 1765 the Board of Trade in London “instructed the governor of Newfoundland to send a naval sloop ‘to search and explore the great Inlet commonly known by the name of Davis’s Inlet, in order to discover, whether the same has or has not any passage to Hudson’s bay, or any other inclosed Sea’[sic] The order was repeated in routine fashion to successive governors, but their sloops were kept too busy policing the Newfoundland fisheries to pay much attention to it. In the years before the American War of Independence only one naval vessel ventured far north along the Labrador coast (in 1773).”

326Hope.

  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 80.

327Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1035-1036, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse (II), 1765–1766; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 81.

328Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/886-890, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1764–1768; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Hanwell, Henry Sr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 81.

329King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/370, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1766; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 81.

330Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1037-1043, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1767–1778; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 82.

331Prince Rupert .

  • HBCA, C.1/886-890, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1764–1768; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 82.

332King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/371, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1767; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 82.

333Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1037-1043, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1767–1778; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 83.

334Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/886-890, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1764–1768; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Holt, George,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 83.

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Table 25

335 – King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/372, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1768; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 83.

336Speedwell.

  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 83.

337Fort Churchill.

338Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1037-1043, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1767–1778; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Thomas, John Sr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 84.

339Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/891, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert (III), 1769; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements, notes this is a “first voyage”; Search File, Ships.
  • Warner, “Voyaging to York Factory,” 18.
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 13.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 84.

340King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/373, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1769; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 84.

341Charlotte.

342Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1037-1043, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1767–1778; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships, indicates there is no log for this year.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 86.

343Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/891-898, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1769–1775; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 86.

344King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/374, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1770; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” and “Holt, George,” Biographical Sheets.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 86.

345Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1037-1043, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1767–1778; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 88.

346Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/891-898, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1769–1775; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 88.

347King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/375, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1771; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 88.

348Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1037-1043, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1767–1778; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships, indicates there is no log for this year.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 89.

349Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/891-898, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1769–1775; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 89.

350King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/376, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1772; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 89.

351Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1037-1043, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1767–1778; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships, indicates there is no log for this year.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 90.

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Table 26

352 – Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/891-898, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1769–1775; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 90.

353King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/377, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1773; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 90.

354King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/378, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1774; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 91.

355Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1037-1043, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1767–1778; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 91.

356Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/891-898, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1769–1775; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 91.

357King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/379, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1775; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 92–93.

358Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1037-1043, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1767–1778; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships, indicates there is no log for this year.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 92–93.

359Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/898-903, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1775–1781; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 92–93.

360Charlotte.

  • HBCA, C.1/239, Ship’s Logs, Charlotte, 1775; Ships Records Finding Aid, notes that the Charlotte sloop was left at Churchill to substitute for the Charlotte brig which returned to England.

361King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/380, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1776; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 94.

362Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1037-1043, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1767–1778; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships, indicates there is no log for this year.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 94.

363Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/898-903, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1775–1781; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 94.

364Charlotte.

  • HBCA, C.1/239-240, Ship’s Logs, Charlotte, 1775–1778.

365King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/381, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1777; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 96.

366Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1037-1043, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1767–1778; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 96.

367Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/898-903, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1775–1781; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 96.

368Speedwell.

  • John Alwin, “Mode, Pattern and Pulse,” 180–181.

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Table 27

369 – Aurora.

370Rattlesnake.

  • HBCA, Ships Records Finding Aid.

371King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/382-384, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1778–1780; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 97.

372Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1034-1046, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1778–1781; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 97.

373Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/898-903, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1775–1781; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 97.

374Charlotte.

  • HBCA, C.1/239-240, Ship’s Logs, Charlotte, 1775–1778; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Holt, George,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 97.

375Merchant & Atalanta.

  • HBCA, Ships Records Finding Aid.

376Chatham.

377Jason.

  • HBCA, Ships Records Finding Aid.

378Portland.

379King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/383, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1779; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 98.

380Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1034-1046, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1778–1781; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Holt, George,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 98.

381Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/898-903, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1775–1781; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships, indicates there is no log for this year.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 98.

382Jason, Aid &c.

  • HBCA, Ships Records Finding Aid.

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Table 28

383 – King George.

  • HBCA. C.1/384, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1780; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 99–100.

384Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1034-1046, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1778–1781; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 99–100.

385Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/898-903, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1775–1781; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 99–100.

386Beaver.

  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 14.

387Garland, Ranger &c.

  • HBCA, Ships Records Finding Aid.

388King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/385-387, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1781–1784; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Hanwell, Henry Sr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 13, indicates the vessel was newly built and first launched this year.
  • A.G.E. Jones, The Greenland and Davis Strait Trade, 1740–1865, from Lloyd’s Register of Shipping and The Register of the Society of Merchants, Ship-Owners and Underwriters (England: Bluntisham Books for the author, 1996), 10, implies that in 1781 an HBC ship of this name destined for Hudson Bay was 220 tons, twenty years old, and classified as ‘E1.’
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 100.

389Sea Horse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1034-1046, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1778–1781; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 100.

390Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/903, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1781; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Fowler, Jonathan Jr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Jones, Greenland and Davis Strait Trade, 11, implies that in 1781 an HBC ship of this name was 210 tons, 13 years old, and classified as ‘E1.’
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 100.

391Gill’s Endeavour.

  • Alwin, “Mode, Pattern and Pulse,” 185.

392Iphigenia and Tartar.

  • HBCA, Ships Records Finding Aid.

393Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/904-908, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1782–1786; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • R. Glover, “La Perouse on Hudson Bay,” The Beaver 30, no. 4 (March 1951): 46 n. 6.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 101.

394King George.

395Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1047, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1782; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Richards, John (Captain),” and “Hanwell, Henry Sr.,” Biographical Sheets.
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 13.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 101.

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Table 29

396 – Expedition.

  • Alwin, “Mode, Pattern and Pulse,” 186.

397

  • Glyndwr Williams, ed., Hudson’s Bay Miscellany 1670–1870 (Winnipeg: Hudson’s Bay Record Society, 1975), 87, 93.

398Daphne and Mercury.

  • HBCA, Ships Records Finding Aid.

399Sceptre, L’Astrée &c.

400King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/385-387, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1781–1784;C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships, indicates there is no log for this year.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 102.

401Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/904-908, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1782–1786; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 102.

402Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C. 4/1 Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Richards, John (Captain),” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 102.

403Severn.

  • HBCA, Search File, Ships, 19 n.74, notes “A sloop sailed between York and Severn for many years after the first sloop named Severn was launched in 1764, but it is difficult to trace the movements of the sloop from year to year and to ascertain how long the same sloop was in service along this stretch of coast”; “Sutherland, James (1st),” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 102.

404King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/387-393, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1784–1791; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 103.

405Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/904-908, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1782–1786; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 103.

406Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1048-1053, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1784–1790; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Richards, John (Captain),” and “Hanwell, Henry Sr.,” Biographical Sheets.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 103.

407King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/387-393, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1784–1791; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.

408Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/904-908, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1782–1786; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 103.

409Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1048-1053, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1784–1790; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; Richards, John (Captain),” and “Hanwell, Henry Sr.,” Biographical Sheets.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 103.

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Table 30

410 – King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/387-393, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1784–1791; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 106.

411Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.1/904-908, Ship’s Logs, Prince Rupert, 1782–1786; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Taylor, George,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 106.

412Seahorse.

413King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/387-393, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1784–1791; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 107.

414Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1048-1053, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1784–1790; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Hanwell, Henry Sr.,” and “Stayner, Thomas,” Biographical Sheets.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 107.

415King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/387-393, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1784–1791; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 107.

416Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1048-1053, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1784–1790; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Hanwell, Henry Sr.,” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 107.

417Prince Rupert.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements, has an entry for the vessel, listing “[illegible] Richards” as master.

418Beaver.

  • HBCA, C.1/203, Ship’s Logs, Beaver sloop, 1788; Search File, Ships; Ships Records Finding Aid; “Richards, John (Captain),” Biographical Sheet.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 107.

419Trial, Active &c.

  • Alwin, “Mode, Pattern and Pulse,” 169–170.

420King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/387-393, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1784–1791; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships; “Hanwell, Henry Sr.,” and “Thomas, Thomas Sr.,” Biographical Sheets.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 108.

421Seahorse.

  • HBCA, C.1/1048-1053, Ship’s Logs, Seahorse, 1784–1790; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships, indicates there is no log for this year; “Richards, John (Captain)”, “Brown, Joseph,” and “Thomas, John Sr.,” Biographical Sheets.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 108.

422Beaver.

  • HBCA, C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships.
  • Cameron, “Ships of Three Centuries,” 14.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 108.

423King George.

  • HBCA, C.1/387-393, Ship’s Logs, King George, 1784–1791; C.4/1, Book of Ships’ Movements; Search File, Ships, indicates there is no log for this year; “Richards, John (Captain),” and “Thomas, John Sr.,” Biographical Sheets.
  • Cooke and Holland, Exploration, 110.

424Seahorse.

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Continued with Table 31 in Sources for Ship List 3

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Proof-reading and up-dating will be on-going. I welcome any suggestions for corrections or for additional information.

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