Schooner Sea Gull, St. John's, New Brunswick to Philadelphia

		REPORT or MANIFEST of all Passengers taken on board the Schooner
Sea Gull  whereof  is Master, from St. John's N.B. [New Brunswick?]
burthen 68 Tons    and owned by John McCloud
of St. John's NB [New Brunswick?]  and bound for Philadelphia



NAMES                AGE SEX OCCUPATION  The country  The country
                                         to which     in which
                                         they         they intend
                                         severally    to become
                                         belong.      inhabitants
Hugh Bann             23  M  Labourers   Gt. Britain  U.S.A.
Charles Dunn          26  M  Labourers   Gt. Britain  U.S.A.
David Panot           20  M  Labourers   Gt. Britain  U.S.A.
John [Tucainy?]       20  M  Labourers   Gt. Britain  U.S.A.
Ellen Cosgrove        28  F  Labourers   Gt. Britain  U.S.A.
Margaret Kilpatrick   16  F  Labourers   Gt. Britain  U.S.A.
[Alex?] Galleghar     20  F  Labourers   Gt. Britain  U.S.A.
Samuel Kilpatrick     26  M  Labourers   Gt. Britain  U.S.A.
Andrew Kilpatrick     24  M  Labourers   Gt. Britain  U.S.A.
James Duffee          24  M  Labourers   Gt. Britain  U.S.A.
Roger Duffee          24  M  Labourers   Gt. Britain  U.S.A.


I J McCloud do solemnly, sincerely and truly swear
that the following Report or Manifest subscribed with my name,
and now delivered by me to the Collector of the District of
Philadelphia contains, to the best of my knowledge and belief, a
just and true account of all the passengers which were on board
the Sch [schooner?] Sea Gull at the time of her sailing from the
port of  St John's NB [New Brunswick?] or which have been taken
on board at any time since; that I am present, and have been
during the voyage, master of the said vessel. And I do likewise
that all matters whatsoever in the said Report or Manifest are,
to the best of my knowledge and belief, just and true.
                                        SO HELP ME GOD
Sworn before me, this 13  day of July 1826

[J.H Q?]     COLLECTOR.
                            John McCloud