L—DOCUMENTS RELATING TO WOODY ISLAND.
No. 694. N
Sept. 1841—CAPT. WYVILLE TO SIR J. HARVEY.
Vide Part VIII B, No. 404, page 1282.
No. 695. N
4th June 1863—INSTRUCTIONS FROM GOVERNOR BANNERMAN TO JAMES WINTER.
Vide Part VIII F, No. 580, p. 1521.
No. 696. N
JURISDICTION OF NEWFOUNDLAND COPIED FROM GOVERNOR BANNERMAN'S COMMISSION.
JOURNAL OF ASSEMBLY 1864, p. 613.
“Governor, Commander in Chief, and Vice Admiral over Our said Islands adjacent and all the Coast of Labrador from the entrance of Hudson's Straits to a line to be drawn due North and South from Anse Sablon the said Coast to the 52nd degree of North latitude, and all of the islands adjacent to that part of the said coast of Labrador, as also all forts and garrisons erected and established within the said Island etc.
“The Western limit of the Government of Newfoundland is latitude 51° 25´ North, Longitude 57° 9´ West, and includes ‘Blanc Sablon’ and the ‘Woody Islands.’ The Northern boundary is Cape Chudleigh, in latitude 60° 37´ North, longitude 65° West.”