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Name of Concession. Grantee. Date of Grant. Area of Grant. Tenure. Nature of Rights Conferred
or to be Enjoyed.
Petit-Havre Antoine Marsal 6 Oct., 1750 One league above and one league below Petit havre, and including said harbour, by 3 leagues in depth and also included the islands opposite. The decision fixing the east limit of Baye-Phelypeau at half-mile east of Anse-Ste.-Claire, placed this grant within the limits of said Baye-Phelypeau. Nine years (1751-1760). The right to make establishments “ de pesche a la baleine et due loup marin, a l'exclusion de tous autres, ainsi que la Chasse et Traitte avec les Sauvages . . . et la pesche de la morue concurrament avec les batimens qui pourront venir aud. lieu du petit havre.”
Anse-Ste.-Claire Jean Tache 1 May, 1750,
and
13 Oct., 1751
Included terrain between Baye-Forteau and Baye-Phelypeau concessions, by 4 leagues in depth, and also included the islands opposite. Nine years (1750-1759). In 1751, the frontage between Blancs-Sablons point and point Grincedents, by four leagues in depth and the islands opposite was granted to Michel Fortier for 6 years (1752-1758). An ordinance of 25 Sept., 1754, annulled this Concession on the ground that it was within the limits of the Baye-Phelypeau grant. The right to make establishments “ de pesche du loup marin a l'exclusion de tous autres, ainsi que la chasse et traitte avec les Sauvages . . . et la pesche de la morue concurrement avec les batimens que pourront venir aud. lieu.”
Anse-à-Loup Joseph Deschenaux 25 Oct., 1748 From cap au Diable, and including the cape, westward about 2 leagues to the western limit of the anse à Loup, by 6 leagues in depth, and also including the islands opposite. Nine years (1749-1758) but, when ratified, was reduced to 7 years (1749-1756). The right to make establishments “ de pesche du loup marin a l'exclusion de tous autres, ainsi que la Chasse et Traitte avec les sauvages . . . et la pesche de la morue concurement avec les batimens qui pourront venir aud. lieu de l'Anse a Loup.”

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