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[Enclosure in No. 649.]
ROUTE OF “ARIEL” ON LABRADOR COAST.
7th August, 1867.
GOVERNMENT RECORDS, ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. Volume 54, page 45.
Proceed from Twillingate to Holton and unless prevented by Foggy or Stormy weather drop letters on the way; at Henley Harbour for that place and Chatteau; at Cape Charles for, from Camp Islands to-and including Battle Harbour; at Spear Harbour, for, from Fox Harbour to Cape St. Francis; at St. Francis Harbour, for, from Cape St. Francis to Cape Bluff; at Venison Tickle for, from Cape Bluff to Bolten Rock; at American Tickle for, Comfort Bight, Seal Islands, &c.; at Batteau, for Salmon Bight, &c.; at Domino for Spotted Island, &c.; at Indian Tickle; at Grady for Black Island, Cape North and Curlew; at Long Island for Southeast Cove, &c.; On her return she will call at Ice Tickles, Indian Harbour, Packs Harbour, South East Cove, Grady or Black Island, Indian Tickle, Domino, Batteau, Punch Bowl, American Tickle, Comfort Bight, Bolten Rock, Hawks Harbour, Venison Tickle, Snug Harbour, Triangle, Dead Island, Fishing Ships Harbour, St. Francis Harbour, Merchantmen's Harbour, Little Harbour or Murray's Harbour, Battle Harbour, Cape Charles, Chimney Tickle, Henley Harbour or Chatteau, Red Bay, L'Anse au Loup, L'Anse Sablon.