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No. 503.

EXTRACT FROM RECORDS OF THE COURT OF SESSIONS FOR THE DISTRICT OF LABRADOR.



Rigolet,         
August 27, 1829.    

      There was no business for the Sessions to attend to at this place excepting granting a license for the retail of ale, wine, and spirituous liquors to Messrs. Wm. Lampson & Co.

      Note.—The King's Post Company of Quebec (William Lampson their acting partner there) have purchased the fur and salmon trade lately carried on at Rigolet and Kinnamish by J. O. Brunet & Company.
      The salmon fishery in Esquimaux Bay is better this year than for some years past, but not half an average quantity of furs have been taken.



No. 504.
SALE UNDER LEVY OF EXECUTION.           N



HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY CARTWRIGHT RECORDS.

      Anderson, agent for Messrs. Hunt and Company bought all the right title and interest in the premises and residence of F. Webber situate in Seal Island Harbor, Labrador, with all and every rack and blubber, cask and wheel hand and other barrows, rams horns, etc on or appertaining to said fishing establishment, together with 13 seal nets with all moorings etc., belonging thereto for the sum of One Hundred and eight pounds sterling money this 22nd day of September, Anno Domini, 1829, which sale was held by virtue of an execution issued out of the Honorable the court of Civil Jurisdiction for the coast of Labrador.

BRYAN ROBINSON,        
Sheriff of Labrador.   
     Seal Islands, Labrador,
               September 23rd, 1829.

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