EXTRACT FROM DEED OF SALE BY A. B. HUNT TO HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY OF DAVIS INLET AND PAULS ISLAND POSTS, 8 MAY, 1869,
HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY'S RECORDS.
I, Arthur Brock Hunt, of 26, New Broad Street in the City of London. Merchant, trading under the firm of A. B. Hunt & Co., in consideration of Five hundred Pounds, the receipt of which I do hereby acknowledge, Do hereby sell, assign and transfer unto the Governor and Company of Adventurers of England trading into Hudson's Bay, commonly known as the Hudson's Bay Company of London. All the fishing and trading establishment held by or belonging to me, the said Arthur Brock Hunt, at Davis Inlet on the coast of Labrador. And the post or establishment at Pauls Island on the said coast now in the occupation of John Ford with the houses wharves and all other buildings and the fixtures attached to the same also the salmon and other posts and the buildings thereon held by me the said Arthur Brock Hunt in connection with the said establishments To hold to the said Governor and Company their successors and assigns as on and from the thirty first day of August. One thousand eight hundred and sixty nine. Dated in London this eighth day of May, One thousand eight hundred and sixty nine.