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No. 841.

EXTRACT  FROM  GENERAL  SCHEME  OF  THE  FISHERY  AND  INHABITANTS  OF  NEWFOUNDLAND  FOR  THE  YEAR  1772.



COL. COR.   NEWFOUNDLAND.    VOL. 5.   1772.

——   Coast of Labrador including Chateaux, Brador, Isle Bois & St Modest.
Number of British Fishing Ships
Sack Ships
3
2
Burthen of British Fishing Ships
Sack Ships
305
250
Number of Men belonging to British Fishing Ships
Sack Ships
46
20
No of Boats kept by British Fishing Ships
Bye Boat Men
Inhabitants
54
6
1
Number of Byeboatmen Masters
Servants
5
24
Quintals of Fish made by British Fishing Ships
Bye Boat Men
9,920
105
Carried to Foreign Markets Quintals of Fish
Tierces of Salmon
6,500
140
Tons of Train Oil made by.   British Fishing Ships  
57
Prices of the Fish p. Quintal
Train Oil p. Ton
138/6d
£17/–
Value of Seal Oil made last Winter
Furs taken by the Inhabitants
 
Truck with the Savages
£9,760
£25
            Hhd.
£100 and 36 Furs
Number of Stages
Trainfats
9
2
Number of Families, In Private Houses  
14
Number of People that remained last Winter disting- uishing Masters
Men Servants
Mistresses
Children
14
156
1
2
Since the Departure of the last Convoy.   Dead  
1
Inhabitants of Roman Catholicks.   Men  
116
Of the Winterers how many were Employed in Boat Building
Sealing
Furring
22
152
4
M. Shuldham.      
 

Endorsed :  Newfoundland, Scheme of the English Fishery
for the year 1772.
Delivered by Governor Shuldham 9 Decr 1772.

 

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