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No. 328.

J. WILLIAMS AND H. J. PHILLIPS TO GOVERNOR HOLLOWAY,


RE SEIZURE OF SCHOONER "MALINDA," CHARGED WITH BREACH OF NAVIGATION LAWS.


RECORD BOOK, ST. JOHN'S, NFLD. Vol. 19, p. 124.

St. John's, 26th Sept. 1807.
SIR,
        We beg to leave to inform Your Excellency that Lieut. John McKillop of His Majesty's Cutter Adonis has seized at Labrador and brought into this Port the Schooner Malinda belonging to Hampden in the United States of America laden with Green Fish charged with a breach of the Navigation Laws.
      The Fish being in a perishable state and no judicial proceeding to be obtained in this Island, we beg your Excellency's permission for the landing thereof.

We have the honor to be
      Your Excellency's
                                               most obedient humble servants,

J. WILLIAMS Agent for Seizg. Officer,
H. J. PHILLIPS Agent for the Owner.   

His Excellency Vice Admiral Holloway.
                                                  &c &c &c.

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