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HMS Amphitrite.   Identification of the vessel, the Amphitrite ship-of-war, that transported the Loyalist refugees from New York to Annapolis, 19 October, 1782.

The Union transport vessel, Return of the Famelies, &c., Embark'd on board the Union Transport, Consett Wilson, Master, began Huntington Bay April 11th, & Compleated April 16th, 1783.

Manifest of the Eagle, New York to Saint John, N.B., September, 1783, carrying 240 passengers.

Miscellaneous

List of Vessels employed by the Crown at New York in 1781.

Wrecks, Ships-of-War lost on the coast of Nova Scotia and Sable Island, during the Eighteenth Century — S. D. Macdonald, F.G.S., 1884.

Notes on Nova Scotian Privateers, George E. E. Nichols, 1904.


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