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The Albion left Cardigan for St John, Nova Scotia, but due to bad weather first had to put into Fishguard and then spend 6 days at Kinsale in Ireland. The first call in Canada was Shelburne, where a few of the emigrants disembarked. Albion finally arrived at St John on the 11 June 1819, 61 days after leaving Cardigan. Notes from Cardigan Art Society Exhibition Catalogue, 'An exhibition of work inspired by the Voyage of the Albion, her people & the life & land they left behind.'

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