In the Privy Council


IN THE MATTER OF THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN THE DOMINION OF CANADA AND THE COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND IN THE LABRADOR PENINSULA

BETWEEN

THE  DOMINION  OF  CANADA  of  the  one  part

AND

THE  COLONY  OF  NEWFOUNDLAND  of  the  other  part.



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ALPHABETICAL INDEX.

Abercrombie, James ; report of, on nature of Government of Newfoundland, (1752), p. 1847 ; (v. 4).

Act to encourage the Trade of Newfoundland, (10-11 William III. c. 25), (1699) ; terms of, p. 250, (v. 1) ; recognised, (1786), p. 273, (v. l) ; repealed, (1824), p. 300, (v. 1) ; to be strictly observed, (1764), p. 412, (v. 2) ; p. 426, (v. 2) ; disappointing in its effects, (1765), p. 1849, (v. 4) ; impracticability of some of its provisions, (1765), p. 1854, (v. 4) ; extended to French possessions ceded to England by Treaty of Utrecht, (1713), p. 1886, (v. 4) ; inefficient for Government of Island, (1793), p. 1970, (v. 4).

Admirals, Fishing ; privileges and duties of, (1699), pp. 251, 255, (v. 1) ; Governor directed to keep them up to their duties, (1763), pp. 403, 407, (v. 2) ; disputes between Justices of the Peace and, p. 404, (v. 2) ; privileges as to wintering salmon fishery and Indian trade on Labrador Coast, (1765), p. 944, (v. 3) ; none but crews of, allowed to winter on Labrador Coast, (1767), p. 1011 ; required to preserve peace and good government among seamen and fishermen, (1671), p. 1761, (v. 4) ; Attorney General on powers of, (1730), p. 1841, (v. 4) ; Palliser's recommendation that a reward be given to those, who discharge their duty, (1763), p. 1864, (v. 4) ; ignorance and partiality of, noted, in report of board of trade, (1708), p. 1884, (v. 4) ; authority of Justices of Peace treated with contempt by, (1730), pp. 1895, 1896, (v. 4) ; would not exercise their powers except for their own purposes, p. 1895, (v. 4) ; antagonisms between Justices of the Peace and, (1730), p. 1896, et seq. (v. 4) ; account of duties of, and mode of performing them, (1699), pp. 1900, 1901, (v. 4); Collector Routh's opinion respecting, (1793), p. 1970, (v. 4).

Admiralty, instructions to Lord Colvill, (1763), p. 4213, (v. 8) ; Commander-in-Chief of fleet, to be instructed to protect fisheries on Labrador Coast, (1774), p. 1147, (v. 3) ; (1773), p. 1157, (v. 3) ; also, to support the Moravian Missions, p. 1157, (v. 3).

Agnew, John ; report on mines granted to, on South East side of Newfoundland referred to Lords of Trade, (1778), p. 508, (v. 2) ; one tenth of produce of mines to be delivered to Governor, (1778), p. 510, (v. 2), (1786), p. 353 ; petition for grant of mineral rights in country of Labrador, (1773), p. 1079, (v. 3) ; Lords of Trade report objections to scope of grant asked, p. 1080, (v. 3) ; grant, with protection of Hudson's Bay

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Company's rights, allowed, p. 1081, (v. 3) ; report on application for grant, (1774), p. 1154, (v. 3) ; grant sanctioned, p. 1156, (v. 3) ; King's tenth to be collected on all minerals extracted by, (1778), p. 1169, (v. 3).

Albanel, Father ; information received by, respecting Hudson's Bay, (1669-70), p. 2988, (v. 6) ; makes journey to Hudson's Bay, (1671), p. 2989, (v. 6).

Alaska Boundary dispute (1903) ; extract from, on evidential value of maps, p. 3761, (v. 8).

Alsop, John ; informed by Governor of Newfoundland as to laws governing land holding on Labrador Coast, (1813), p. 1201, (v. 3).

Alverstone, Lord ; opinion of, (1904), p. 2121, (v. 5).

“American Gazetteer,” (1762) ; extract from, p. 3784, (v. 8) ; (1797), p. 3787, (v. 8).

“Amérique, L', en plusieurs cartes,” (1657), extract from, p. 3771 (v. 8).

“Among the Deep Sea Fishers,” extracts from, pp. 4191, 4195, 4197, 4201, (v. 8).

Angell ; extract from “ The Right of Property in Tide Waters ” as to extent of public right of fishery, (1847), p. 2160, (v. 5).

Anderson, Captain F. ; consideration of Vice-Admiral Learmonth's observations, p. 3836, (v. 8).

Anglican Bishop of Newfoundland ; doubts whether Labrador Coast is in jurisdiction of, (1845), p. 1244, (v. 3) ; report of visitation to, (1848), p. 1245, (v. 3) ; applies for clergymen and schoolmaster, p. 1246, (v. 3).

“Anna,” The ; case of, quoted on definition of “ coast,” (1805), p. 2082, (v. 5).

Anse-a-Loup ; history of concession, (1748-1756), p. 3181, (v. 7) ; concession of, (1748), p. 3610, (v. 7) ; confirmation of concession of, (1749), p. 3612, (v. 7) ; application of Win. Burgess for grant of, (1775), p. 3642, (v. 7) ; particulars of concession, (1748), p. 3721, (v. 7).

Anse-Sainte-Claire ; history of concessions, (1750-1808), p. 3180, (v. 7) ; concession of, to Sieur Taché, (1750), p. 3599, (v. 7) ; concession of, to Michel Fortier, (1751), p. 3600, (v. 7) ; grant to Fortier annulled, (1754), p. 3602, (v. 7) ; particulars of concessions, (1750, 1751), p. 3721, (v. 7).

Ainslie, Thomas ; ordered by Murray to make tour of inspection of King's Posts, (1760), p. 3231, (v. 7) ; appointed as agent for the King in King's Posts, (1760), p. 3233, (v. 7) ; report on his proceedings as agent at King's Posts, 1761-2, (1786), p. 3236, (v. 7).

Anticosti, Ile d', Seigniory ; history of leases of, (1680-1805), p. 3149, (v. 7) ; concession of seigniory of, to Radisson and Desgroseliers, (1676), p. 3424, (v. 7) ; concession of seigniory of, to Louis Jolliet, (1680), p. 3426, (v. 7) ; seigniory of, leased with Isles and Islets of Mingan, to Dunn and Grant, (1771), p. 3437, (v. 7) ; seigniory of, act of fealty and homage for, with the Isles and Islets and Mainland of Mingan, (1781), p. 3442, (v. 7) ; partnership agreement to operate, (1789), p. 3447, (v. 7) ; act of fealty and homage for, jointly with the seigniories of the Mainland of Mingan and Mille Vaches, (1837), p. 3495 ; p. 3502, (v. 7) ; particulars of concession, (1680), p. 3717, (v. 7).

Anticosti and St. Lawrence ; particulars of concession, (1676), p. 3725, (v. 7).

Apetepy (Chicataka) ; history of concessions, (1738-1808), p. 3171, (v. 7) ; concession of, to Foucault and Boucault, (1738), p. 3561, (v. 7) ; to Lafontaine, (1750), p. 3563, (v. 7) ; to Whale Fishing Company, (1761), p. 3564, (v. 7) ; particulars of concessions, (1738, 1750), p. 3720, (v. 7).

Arnaud, Father ; account of Labrador Coast mission, (1850), p. 3037, (v. 6) ; attempt to visit Esquimaux Bay, (1854), p. 3052, (v. 6) ; (1855), p. 3056, (v. 6) ; (1859), p. 3061, (v. 6) mission at Esquimaux Bay, (1871), p. 3072, (v. 6) ; (1872), p. 3074, (v. 6.).

“Atlas Geographus ” (1717), extract from, p. 3778, (v. 8).

Babel, Father ; disappointing visit to Hamilton River, (1866), p. 3067, (v. 6) ; successful visit to Esquimaux Bay, (1867), p. 3068, (v. 6) ; (1868), p. 3070, (v. 6).

Bagot, Sir Charles ; extract from letter from, to G. Canning, (1824), p. 2110, (v. 5).

Bailloquet, Father ; visits seven or eight nations at mouth of St. Lawrence, (1660-1661), p. 2986, (v. 6).

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Bannerman, Sir Alexander ; extract from commission as Governor of Newfoundland, etc., (1857), p. 753, (v. 2).

Barlow, W. R., M.D. ; Affidavit of, (1926), p. 1309, (v. 3).

Baye-des-Chateau ; see Chateau Bay.

Baye-des-Esquimaux ; see Esquimaux Bay.

Baye-Forteau ; see Forteau Bay.

Bayne and Breymer ; losses of, due to Palliser's action, (1766), p. 954, (v. 3) ; case of, dismissed, (1766), pp. 989, 990, (v. 3) ; prayer for relief from losses due to Palliser's regulations, (1768), p. 1034, (v. 3) ; case settled by agreement, (1769), p. 1046, (v. 3).

Beard, Philip, and Company ; petition of (circa 1818), p. 1208, (v. 3) ; Captain Hercules Robinson instructed to enquire into representations of, (1820), p. 1278, (v. 3) ; case of, submitted to Colonial Secretary, (1820), p. 1380, (v. 3).

Behring Sea (Fur Seal) Arbitration ; quoted on watershed doctrine, (1893), p. 2132, (v. 5).

Belanger, Father ; accepts Labrador Mission, (1850), p. 3036, (v. 6).

Beliveau, Jean ; wintered at Esquimaux Bay, (1785), p. 3357, (v. 7).

Belleisle seigniory and concession ; historical note upon, (1689-1709), p. 3186, (v. 7) ; concession of, to Riverin et al, (1689), p. 3649, (v. 7) ; particulars of concession, (1689), p. 3717, (v. 7).

Belleisle Strait Seigniory ; history of, (1713-1723), p. 3181, (v. 7) ; concession of, to Pierre Constantin, (1713), p. 3613, (v. 7) ; concession of seigniory upon north shore of, (1689), p. 3646, (v. 7) ; particulars of concession, (1713), p. 3719, (v. 7).

Belleisle, Straits of ; sale of fishing posts between Ouramanne River and, (1804), p. 3462, (v. 7).

Bellin, M. ; extracts from “ Remarques sur la Carte de l'Amerique Septentrional,” (1775), by, p. 3774, (v. 8).

Berry, Sir John ; report on conditions in Newfoundland, (1675), p. 1772, (v. 4) ; p. 1774, (v. 4) ; reaffirms statements as to West Countrymen, (1676), p. 1784, (v. 4).

Berteau, Francis Cyrus ; affidavit of, (1926), p. 1487, (v. 3).

Bignell, John ; suggesting boundary of Province of Quebec, (1879), p. 2310, (v. 5).

Birkenhead, Lord ; extract from “The Story of Newfoundland” by, p. 4212, (v. 8).

Bissot de la Rivière ; holder of tract from Isle aux Oeufs to Seven Islands and in the Grand Anse, (1668), p. 3429, (v. 7).

Blake, John ; voluntary statement of, p. 3748, (v. 8).

Blake, Thomas ; affidavit of, (1909), p. 1561, (v. 3) ; voluntary statement of, p. 3746, (v. 8).

Blanc Sablon Concession and seigniory ; historical note upon, (1689), p. 3186, (v. 7) ; concession of, to de la Chesnaye et al, (1689), p. 3646, (v. 7) ; particulars of concession, (1689), p. 3718, (v. 7).

Blanc Sablon ; information respecting, by E. G. Grant, (1926), p. 1633, (v. 3).

Bland, High Sheriff John ; account of conditions in Newfoundland, (1815), p. 1975, (v. 4).

Blockhouses ; Palliser proposes these for Labrador Coast, (1766), p. 984, (v. 3) ; recommends one for Chateau Bay, p. 984, (v. 3) ; authorised on Labrador Coast, (1766), p. 446, (v. 2) ; ordered by Admiralty, p. 449, (v. 2). (See York Fort.)

Blome, R ; extract from “ Geographical Description of the Four Parts of the World,” (1669), p. 3773, (v. 8).
Bonnycastle, Sir R. H. ; extract from “ Newfound-land in 1842,” by, p. 4207, (v. 8).
Boucher, Father ; missions east of St. Johns River entrusted to, (1838), p. 3016, (v. 6).
Bouman, Emanuel ; extract from “ A Complete System of Geography ” (1717), p. 3782, (v. 8).
Bouquet, Colonel Henry ; offer to, of share in Ohio Company, (1760), p. 3087, (v. 6) ; proclamation by, forbidding settlement beyond Alleghany Mountains, (1761), p. 3089, (v. 6) ; explanation of terms of proclamation, (1762), p. 3090, (v. 6).
Bowie v. Marquis of Ailsa ; quoted for definition of tidal and navigable river, p. 2097, (v. 5).

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Bradbury, Stephen ; affidavit of, p. 4185, (v. 8).

Brien, F. C. ; affidavit of, (1926), p. 1296, (v. 3) ; p. 4161, (v. 8).

Bristeed, W. G. ; correspondence relating to application of, for licence to search for cryolite on Labrador Coast, (1868), p. 4137, (v. 8).

British Columbia ; Attorney-General for, v. Attorney-General for Canada, (1914), quoted as to extent of public right of fishery, p. 2165, (v. 5).

British Guiana-Brazil Boundary Arbitration ; quoted on watershed doctrine, (1904), p. 2134, (v. 5) ; quoted on evidential value of maps, p. 3760, (v. 8).

British Guiana-Venezuela Boundary Arbitration ; quoted on watershed doctrine, (1899), p. 2133, (v. 5).

British North America Act (30 Viet., c. 3), (1867), p. 217, (v. 1)./div>
Bromfield, S. J. ; affidavit of, (1909), p. 1557, (v. 3).

Brouage, Sieur ; appointed commandant on Labrador Coast, (1718), p. 3582, (v. 7) ; confirmation of succession to concession of Phelypeaux Bay to, (1726), p. 3588, (v. 7).

Brunet, Jean Olivier ; deed of sale of Dufresne's interests in Esquimaux Bay to, (1825), p. 3407, (v. 7).

Brush vs. Goodfellow ; case settled by Palliser, (1767), p. 1366, (v. 3).

Burgess, E. R. ; affidavit of, (1926), p. 1571, (v. 3).

Burgess, Wm. ; application for grant on Labrador Coast for sealing purposes, (1775), p. 1159, (v. 3).

Burke, Edmund ; description of Governor of Newfoundland, (1774), p. 1139, (v. 3) ; objections to annexation to Quebec, p. 1141, (v. 3).

Butt, John ; affidavit of, (1926), p. 1657, (v. 3).

By-boat Keepers ; described, (1699), p. 253, (v. 1).

Byron, John ; commission and instructions as Governor of Newfoundland and dependencies approved, (1769), p. 451, (v. 2) ; terms of commission, (1769), p. 452, (v. 2) ; instructions, (1769), p. 455, (v. 2) ; admiralty instructions to, (1769), p. 458, (v. 2).

Cabot, William B. ; chapter on “ The Indians ” by, (1922), p. 2621, (v. 5) ; extracts from “ Labrador,” (1922), p. 2651, (v. 5).

Callis ; extract from work on Sewers, (1824), p. 2112, (v. 5).

Campbell, John ; commission as Governor of Newfoundland approved, (1782), p. 530, (v. 2) ; commission, p. 531, (v. 2) ; instructions approved, p. 533, (v. 2) ; admiralty instructions, p. 542, (v. 2).

Canada ; restored to France by treaty of St. Germain-en-Laye, (1632), p. 326, (v. 1) ; letters patent establishing bishopric in, (1659), p. 2983, (v. 6) ; absolute dependence of, on fur trade, (1663), p. 3709, (v. 6) ; ceded to Great Britain by treaty of Paris, (1763), p. 331, (v. 1) ; Lords of Trade recommend regular government for, (1763), p. 910, (v. 3) ; form of Government proposed, p. 912, (v. 3).

Canada, Province of ; formed by reunion of Upper and Lower Canada, (1840), p. 214, (v. 1).

Canada, Dominion of ; formed, (1867), p. 217, (v. 1) ; addition of Rupert's Land to, sanctioned, (1868), p. 219, (v. 1) ; effected, (1870), p. 221, (v. 1) ; empowered to create new provinces, (1871), p. 242, (v. 1) ; all British territories in North America (except Newfoundland and dependencies) annexed to, (1880), p. 244, (v. 1) ; report of the Privy Council on boundaries of Newfoundland jurisdiction on Labrador Coast, (1874), p. 2295, (v. 5) ; (1889), p. 351, (v. 2) ; Governor General transmits minute of Privy Council on alleged encroachment on Labrador by Newfoundland, (1903), pp. 128, 129, (v. 1) ; minute of Privy Council proposing submission of boundary dispute to Judicial Committee, (1904), pp. 139, 140, (v. 1) ; Governor General transmits to Newfoundland minute of Privy Council respecting procedure as to reference to Judicial Committee, (1907), p. 143, (v. 1) ; minute referred to, p. 144, (v. 1).

Cape Breton ; annexed to Nova Scotia, (1763), p. 154, (v. 1).

Cape Charles Concession ; history of, (1735-1767), p. 3188, (v. 7) ; concession of, to Sieur Marsal, (1735), p. 3662, (v. 7) ; extension of concession of, (1743), p. 3663 ; concession of, to Captain Baune, (1749), p. 3665 ; cancellation of grant to Baune and regrant to Marsal, (1753), p. 3667 ;

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Marsal's creditors authorized to operate, (1758), p. 3669 ; concession of, to William Brymer, (1763), p. 3671 particulars of concessions, (1735, 1713, 1749, 1753). p. 3723, (v. 7).

Capitulation of Canada ; articles of, (1760), extracts from, p. 2752, (v. 6).

Carleton, Guy, (afterwards Lord Dorchester) ; instructions to, as Captain General and Governor of Quebec Province, (1768), p. 787, (v. 2) ; commission, (1774), p. 811 ; instructions, (1775), p. 820 ; extract from commission to, (1786), p. 849 ; instructions to, (1786), p. 850 ; commission, (1791), p. 865 ; extracts from instructions, (1791), p. 877 ; Secretary of State recommends to him Wm. Burgess, an applicant for grant of land on Labrador Coast, (1775), p. 1159, (v. 3).

Carson, W. J.; extract from affidavit respecting Quebec Government's course towards Dickie's operations on Hamilton River, (1926), p. 148, (v. 1) ; affidavit of, (1926), p. 1589, (v. 3).

Cartier, Jacques ; commission to, (1540), p. 2703, (v. 6).

Cartwright, Captain George ; petition for grant of lands on Labrador Coast, (1773), p. 1059, (v. 3) ; Andrew Pinson's comments upon, invited, (1773), p. 1067, (v. 3) ; Lords of Trade upon petition, (1773), p. 1069, (v. 3) ; p. 1071, (v. 3) ; experiences of, on Labrador Coast, (1774), p. 1153, (v 3) ; renewed application for grant, p. 1155, (v. 3) ; account of conditions on Labrador Coast, (1775), p. 1160, (v. 3) ; report of Quebec Executive Council on application of, for grant of land on Touktoke Bay, (Hamilton Inlet), (1788), p. 1180, (v. 3) ; p. 2251, (v. 5) ; extract from “ A Short Natural History of the Country,” (1792), p. 2641, (v. 5) ; memorial of, to Lord Dartmouth, (1774), p. 2770, (v. 6).

Cartwright, Lieut. John ; extracts from considerations on the rights and interests of adventurers in the Labrador fisheries, p. 1142, (v. 3).

Census on Labrador Coast ; arrangements for taking, (1857), p. 1284, (v. 3).

Champlain, Samuel de ; account of first encounter with Indians, (1603), p. 2704, (v. 6) ; commission as commandant, (1625), p. 2705, (v. 6) ; pledges to Indians, embracing Christianity, (1636), p. 2708, (v. 6).

Charles River ; George Cartwright's activities at (1774), p. 1151, (v. 3).

Chateau Bay ; history of concessions, (1735-1758), p. 3187, (v. 7) ; concession of, to Sieur Basile ta ken over by Fornel, who applies to be confirmed in it, (1742), p. 3277, (v. 7) ; concession of seal fishery at, to Sieur Bazil, (1735), p. 3652, (v. 7) ; (1736), p. 3653 ; ratification of concession, (1737), p. 3655 ; Fornel's account of relation, with Esquimaux at, (1742), p. 3656 ; Fornel applies, for concession, (1742), p. 3658 ; concession of, to Sieur Gautier, (1749), p. 3660 ; particulars of concessions, (1735, 1736, 1749), p. 3722, (v. 7).

Caulk, Amon ; voluntary statement of, p. 3746, (v. 8).

Chicataka ; history of concessions, (1738-1808), p. 3171, (v. 7) ; particulars of concessions, (1738, 1750), p. 3720, (v. 7).

Chimo, Fort ; first days of, (1830), p. 2783, (v. 6) ; attempt to establish regular communication of Rupert House with, (1835), p. 2787, (v. 6) ; McLean's account of journey from, to Esquimaux Bay, (1849), p. 2798 ; proposal to re-open at, and attach to Esquimaux Bay, (1863), p. 2821; report by Low from, of destitution among Indians, (1893), p. 2959, (v. 6).

Churches on Labrador Coast ; Judge Pinsent's report, (1867), p. 1455, (v. 3).
Clergy Endowments (Canada) Act, (31 Geo. III, c. 31), (1791), p. 164, (v. 1.).
“ Clinker ” ; Captain Martin reports results of inspection by, (1821), p. 1280, (v. 3) ; extract from journal of proceedings of, (1820), p. 3862, (v. 8).
Coast ; definition of, in leading law and other dictionaries, pp. 2073-2078, (v. 5) ; judicial definitions of, pp. 2079-2121 ; term inapplicable to tidal rivers, (1801), p. 2093 ; extracts from authorized version of the Bible, (1611), p. 2109, (v. 5) ; extent of, reserved or considered utilizable for fishing purposes, pp. 2167-2260, (v. 5) ; limits of depth in Newfoundland, (1812), p. 1936, (v. 4) ; mentioned in official correspondence on Newfoundland fishery negotiations, (1852), p. 2185, (v. 5) ; depth defined, (1853), pp. 2186, 2187 ; in convention between Great Britain and France, (1857), p. 2189 ; resolutions of Newfoundland Executive Council



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