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EXTRACT  FROM  GENERAL  SCHEME  OF  THE  FISHERY  AND  INHABITANTS  OF  NEWFOUNDLAND  FOR  THE  YEAR  1771.



COL. COR.    NEWFOUNDLAND.   VOL. 5.   1771.

——   Coast of Labrador including Chateaux, Brador, Isle Bois & St. Modest.
No of British Fishing Ships
Tradg Ships from America
8
1
Burthen of British Fishing Ships
Tradg Ships from America
565
25
No of Men belonging to British Fishing Ships
Tradg Ships from America
61
7
No of Passengers brot out in the British Ships from England
Ireland
40
55
No of Boats kept by British Fishing Ships
Bye Boat Men
47
4
No of Byeboatmen Masters
Servants
1
127
Quintals of Fish made by British Fishing Ships
Bye Boatmen
8260
730
Carried to Foreign Marketts, Quintals of Fish  
7400
Tons of Train Oil made by British Fishing Ships
Bye Boatmen
14
2
Prices of the Fish p. Quintal
Train Oil p. Ton
13—6
12 to 18£
Value of the Seal Oil made last Winter  
£1243
No of Stages
Trainfats
9
6
No of People that remained last Winter, distinguishing Masters
Men Servants
2
21
Inhabitants, Roman Catholicks, Men  
3
J. Byron.      
 

Endorsed : Scheme of the Newfoundland Fishery 1771.
In Govr Byrons of the 5th Febry 1772.

 

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