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EXTRACT  FROM  GENERAL  SCHEME  OF  THE  FISHERY  AND  INHABITANTS  OF  NEWFOUNDLAND  FOR  THE  YEAR  1774.



COL. COR.   NEWFOUNDLAND.   VOL. 7.   1774.

—— Coast of Labrador by Adventurers from Great Britain and Jersey. Coast of Labrador by Canadians.
Number of British Fishing Ships
Stack Ships
11
...
2
1
Burthen of British Fishing Ships
Stack Ships
2,034
...
260
40
No of Men belonging to British Fishing Ships
Stack Ships
426
...
13
4
No of Passengers brot out in the British Ships from England
Ireland
5
119
...
...
No of Boats kept by British Fishing Ships  
43
1
Quintals of Fish made by British Fishing Ships  
12,086
20
Carried to foreign Markets Quintals of Fish
Tierces of Salmon
12,436
865
...
...
Tons of Train Oil made by British Fishing Ships  
29
...
Value of Seal Oil made last Winter
Furs taken by Inhabitants
Of Truck with the Savages
£2,565
£46
£30
£12,717
£68
...
No of Stages
Train fats
7
9
...
...
No of Families in private Houses  
5
19
No of Acres of Land improved  
1
...
No of People that remained last Winter (distinguishing) Masters
Men Servents
Mistresses
Women Servents
Children
1
145
2
4
6
...
179
...
...
...
Since ye departre of the last Convoy Dead  
1
...
Inhabitants Roman Cathlicks Men  
83
179
Of the Winterers how many are Employ'd in Boat Building
Sealing
Furring
14
127
4
...
179
...

M. Shuldham.       
   
Right Honble Earl of Dartmouth.

   

[1927lab]


 

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