History of the RHSJs Vol II 3rd Ed (LIB2000-607) p 220 transcript
While waiting for their group of these sick immigrants to reach Kingston, the government had "sheds" built there also for them. The Hospitallers of St. Joseph had founded a Hotel Dieu in this town only two years previously so they cared for these sick persons until late in the autumn. A young professed Sister contracted the malady and died. Other Sisters were attacked and recovered only after a long convalescence.