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No. 499.

EXTRACT FROM RECORDS OF THE COURT OF CIVIL JURISDICTION FOR LABRADOR.



Hired Schooner Belinda at Sea.  
July 6th, 1828.        

      Thursday, July 18th, left Indian Island, point D'Nore, notice having been given that a Court of Civil Jurisdiction would be held at Tub Harbor on the first day of August, the Honorable the Judge deeming that to be the most central place in Esquimaux Bay. On Tuesday evening the 19th July, arrived at Rigolet, on the 20th July left Rigolet for Kinnamish Tuesday 22nd reached Kinnamish where the Court viewed the Salmon Brook in dispute between J. O. Brunet & Co. vs. J. Bird. Thursday the 24th July arrived at North West Brook, Sunday the 27th left N.W. Brook for Rigolet, Tuesday the 28th arrived at Rigolet when notice was given that a Court would be held at Tub Harbor on the first of August, on Wednesday the 30th July left Rigolet for Tub Harbor giving notice at Mullens Cove, Cullenghams Tickle and Cuff Harbor, where and when the Court would be held, and on Thursday, the 31st July arrived at Tub Harbor.

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