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No. 838.

EXTRACT  FROM  GENERAL  SCHEME  OF  THE  FISHERY  AND  INHABITANTS  OF  NEWFOUNDLAND  FOR  THE  YEAR  1770.



COL. COR.   NEWFOUNDLAND.   VOL. 5.   1770.

——   Coast of Labrador including Chateaux, St. Augustine, Brador, Isle Bois, Cape Charles and St Modest.
     
No of British Fishing Ships  
8
Burthen of British Fishing Ships  
740
No of Men belonging to British Fishing Ships  
71
No of Passengers brot out in British Ships from England  
177
No. of Boats kept by British Fishing Ships
Inhabitants
60
1
Quintals of Fish made by British Fishing Ships
Inhabitants
6,090
70
Carried to Foreign Markets.   Quintals of Fish  
5,940
Tons of Train Oil made by British Fishing Ships
Inhabitants
13
277
Prices of the Fish p. Quintal
Train Oil p. Ton
10/–
15 to 14 £
Value of the Seal Oil made last Winter
Seal Cow Oil
£3,825
£799
No of Stages
Train fats
9
5
No of Families.   In Private Houses  
3
No of Acres of Land Improved  
1
No of People that remained last Winter distinguishing Masters
Men Servants
6
55
Since the departure of the last Convoy. Dead  
2
Inhabitants Roman Catholicks. Men  
43
J. Byron.      
 

Endorsed :  General Scheme of the British Fishery &ca at
Newfoundland &ca in 1770.
In Governor Byrons of the 31st December.

 

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