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Name of Concession. Grantee. Date of Grant. Area of Grant. Tenure. Nature of Rights Conferred
or to be Enjoyed.
St. Augustin Francois Mar-
ganne de Laval-
trie
26 May, 1720
and
20 April, 1750
and
17 July, 1753
From a point 2 leagues west of the River St. Augustin to a point 2 leagues east of said river by 4 leagues in depth and also included the islands opposite. During Lavaltrie's lifetime. On his death in 1750, it was granted to Cheron fro 9 years (1750-1759). Following Cheron's death, it was granted to de Cory for 9 years (1753-1762). The exclusive right
“ de faire la pesche du loup marin et qu'a legard des autres pesches il la fasse concurrement avec les vaissx. qu'y viendront ” and “ de faire la traitte avec tous les Sauvages qui peuvent se trouver sur les terres et Costes de la Brador.”
Apetepy
(Chicataka)
Francois Foucault
and Nicolas-
Gaspard Bon-
cault
1 May, 1738
and
15 Oct., 1750
Frontage between St. Augustin and Baye-Phelypeau by 4 leagues in depth and also included the islands opposite. Ten years (1738-1748). On 15 October, 1750, it was granted to Lafontaine de Belcour for 15 years (1751-1766), with the exclusive right to take whales ; to hunt and trade with the natives andto fish for cod concurrently with other French subjects. The right to make establishments “ de peche du Loup marin ainsy que la chasse et traitte avec les sauvages a l'Exclusion de tousautres . . . et en outreavec la faculté d'y faire la Péche de la morue concurrement avec les Batiments francois.”
Baye-Phelypeau Legardeur de
Courtemanche
12 Nov. 1714,
and
13 July, 1722
Included Bradore bay, also a frontage extending to a point 2 leagues west of said bay and to a point 2 leagues east of said bay, by 4 leagues in depth and included the islands opposite. In 1722 an augmentation extending 5 leagues westward from the original grant, by 4 leagues in depth and the islands opposite, was conceded to Brouague, et al. Granted to Courtemanche for his lifetime. Following Courtemanche's death in 1717, it was granted to his widow, his children and his stepson, Brouage. 24 April, 1744, it was granted to Armand de la Porte and his brother, Jean, who were to obtain possession upon the deaths of the surviving grantees. With “ la faculté d'y faire la pesche du loup marin, et qu'a l'egard des autres pesches qu'il les fasse concurrament avec les vaisseaux que viendront a la dite Baye ” ; the exclusive right to take seals and also permission “ de faire la traitte avec tous les Sauvages que peuvent se trouver sur la dite coste ete terre de Labrador.”

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