d one passenger aboard.
The North Briton is ashore on Mingan islands.
The North Briton sailed from Montreal on the 2d inst., and on the morning of the 5th, at 1 o'clock, she struck on Paraquet Island during a gale, the weather being very thick at the time.
The following is a list of the passengers on board of her at the time of her departure:
From Quebec--Hon. P. M. Vankoughnet and lady, Major Fielding, Sixtieth rifles, and lady; Felix Morgan, lady and child; Felix Briard, Ralph Jones, M. Cone, John P. Strickland, A W. Duncan, Frederick Clark, W. H. Carvill.
From Montreal Dr. Woods, Thos Dawson, Mr. Robinson, W. G. Idler.
From Kingston.--Captain Rayley.
From Toronto--E. J. Smith, C. Jarvis, Eighty-seventh regiment; Mr. Price, Miss E. Price, Miss Allan, Captain Lamerte and lady, P. Pelham, John Smith.
A. McNab and lady, and man servant and ninety- eight steerage passengers.
The third officer of the steamship North Briton has