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la Fontaine dy' exploiter ou faire exploiter les Peches de Loups Marins, sans souffrir aucun empechement, et de les affermer si bon lui semble, sons la Clause cy dessus mentionée—en Foi de quoi Nous avons signé de notre Main la presente a icelle fait apposer le Sceau de Nos Armes et contresigner par notre Secretaire.

Donné a Quebec 15 de Juin 1761.

(L.S.) JA. MURRAY.
Par Son Excellence
H. T. Cramahé.
Endorsed.



(Translation.)

said Sieur de la Fontaine to carry on or cause to be carried on thereat seal fisheries, without any impediment, and to lease the same should he see fit, subject to the hereinbefore mentioned clause—In witness whereof We have signed these presents, caused the seal of our arms to be affixed thereto and countersigned by our secretary.

Given at Quebec the 15th June 1761.

(L.S.) Ja. MURRAY.
By His Excellency
H. T. Cramahé.
Endorsed.


No. 1348.
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CONCESSION OF GROS MECATINA SEAL FISHERY BY MURRAY TO JOHN GRAY FOR 7 YEARS,
20 MARCH, 1762.


RETURN OF THE POSTS OR LANDS GRANTED BY MURRAY IN THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEBEC OR DEPENDENCIES THEREOF TO THE 22ND JULY 1763, INCLUSIVE.

For the Seal Fishery to Mr. John Gray all that Tract of Land lying upon the North Shore commonly known by the Name of Great Mekatina, bounded to the West by the Islets a Marmet, and to the East by the Bay of Haha, Longitude 58° 55' for the Space of Seven Years or until His Majesty's Pleasure is further known.

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