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No. 177.

Newfoundland.

EXTRACTS FROM ADMIRALTY INSTRUCTIONS TO SIR CHARLES HAMILTON

AS COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF HIS MAJESTY'S SHIPS AND THE NEWFOUNDLAND STATION.   Dated 27 May 1818.

ADM. SEC. OUT LETTERS.    VOL. 1327.
By &ca.    
Instructions for Sir Charles Hamilton Bart. Vice Admiral of the Blue,     and Commander in Chief of a Squadron of His Majesty's Ships     and Vessels employed and to be employed at and about the     Island of Newfoundland, and upon the Coast of Labrador from     Mount Joli to Cape Charles.
    *                *                 *                *    
   1
to
5
same as 1
to
5
  [to Vice-Admiral Francis Pickmore, ante
      pp. 687-689, et seq.]
6th
    With respect to the subjects of the United States of America, and their Ships and Vessels, We refer you to our order of yesterday's date, conveying directions for your guidance in regard to the permitting Fishing Vessels of the said States to frequent, for the ensuing season only, the unsettled Bays, Harbours, and Creeks of His Majesty's possessions in North America.
    *                *                 *                *    
   7
to
11
same as 7
to
11
  [to Vice-Admiral Francis Pickmore, ante
      p. 689, et seq.]
12th
    The Limits of the Station entrusted to your charge being defined in Our Commission of the 25 ultimo appointing you to the command thereof, you are to confine your cruizers strictly within those limits.

[13. The same as Art. 13 to Vice-Admiral Francis Pickmore, ante p. 690.]

    Given under our hands the 27th of May, 1818.
G. WARRENDER.    
G. MOORE.              
WORCESTER.         
    By Command of their Lordships,
                   John Barrow,
Copy.  

[1927lab]


 

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