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defining depth of coast that should be allowed to French fishermen on French shore, (1873), p. 2192 ; proposed definition of French rights upon, (1881), p. 2204 ; (1885), p. 2210 ; reservation, on behalf of British subjects, of depth of coast, in grants of land in Nova Scotia, (1764), pp. 2214, 2216 ; (1766), p. 2224 ; in Prince Edward Island, (1764), p. 2229 ; (1767), p. 2232 ; in Quebec, (1764), p. 2234 ; (1766), p. 2236 ; (1785), p. 2237, (v. 5) ; one hundred yards above high water mark reserved for white herring fishery, (1771), p. 2249, (v. 5) ; John Cartwright's proposal for reservation for sealers in Labrador, (1774), p. 2250 ; reservations of coast, in grants by Newfoundland Government, (1906), p. 2257 ; statement of W. R. Parsons as to fishermen's requirements of depth of, (1924), p. 2258 ; statement by Dr. Grenfell as to depth of, required by Labrador fishermen, (1924), p. 2259 ; D. W. Johnston on meaning of, p. 3789, (v. 8) ; J. A. J. de Villiers on areas denoted by, p. 4202, (v. 8), (see Fisheries: Newfoundland).

Cochrane, Sir Thomas ; commission as Governor of Newfoundland, etc., (1825), p. 718, (v. 2) ; (1832), p. 723 ; instructions, (1832), p. 731 ; discussion of expediency of giving popular legislative system to Island, (1831), pp. 1944--1950, (v. 4) ; commission as Governor transmitted to, (1832), p. 1954

Cod fishery ; principal object of commercial benefit to Great Britain, (1766), p. 962, (v. 3) ; Palliser reports that this and whale fishery principal branches, salmon, seal and Indian truck inconsiderable objects, p. 983, (v. 3) ; observations of Cartwright upon, (1773), p. 1061, (v. 3) ; emphasis in House of Commons on importance of, (1774), pp. 1137-1143, (v. 3) ; Act 49 Geo. III, c. 27, applicable only to Cod-fishery, (1823), p. 2030, (v. 4) ; over-riding importance of fishery, as compared with agriculture, (1831), p. 2046, (v. 4) ; Deny's description of cod-fishery at Newfoundland, (1672), p. 2053, (v. 4) ; Lescarbot's description, (1609), p. 2070, (v. 4).

Cod ; evidence that in Newfoundland term is synonymous with “ fish,” (personal), pp. 1987-1995, (v. 4) ; judicial, pp. 1996-2006 ; legislative and official (2006a-2027), (v. 4).

Coghlan, Jeremiah ; orders to send munitions to, on Labrador Coast, (1779), pp. 1176, 1177, (v. 3) ; correspondence with Governor of Newfoundland respecting interference with his fisheries on Labrador Coast, (1777), p. 1269, (v. 3).

Collingwood, William ; voluntary statement of, (1922), p. 1568, (v. 3).

Colonial Laws Validity Act, (28-29 Vict., c. 63), p. 215, (v. 1).

Colonial Secretary ; Canadian representations respecting alleged encroachment on Labrador Peninsula referred to Newfoundland, (1903), pp. 134, (v. 1) ; transmits Newfoundland reply, p. 134, (v. 1) ; notice to Governor General of Canada that H.M.'s Government approves of reference to Judicial Committee, (1904), p. 141, (v. 1) ; transmitting despatch from Newfoundland respecting boundary, (1888), p. 339, (v. 2) ; (1889), p. 344, (v. 2) ; transmitting to Governor General of Canada correspondence with Judge Pinsent respecting Labrador boundary, (1890), p. 352, (v. 2).

Colville, Lord ; extract from instructions to, (1763), p. 4215, (v. 8).

Company of One Hundred Associates ; extract from act establishing, (1627), p. 2706, (v. 6) ; p. 3770, (v. 8).

Company of the West Indies ; establishment of, (1664), p. 2714, (v. 6).

Constantin, Pierre ; concession of Belle Isle Strait to, (1713), p. 3613, (v. 7) ; of St. Modet, (1716), p. 3616 ; agreement of, with Courtemanche to trade with the Indians at Esquimaux River, (1701), p. 3676.

Constitutional Act, (31 Geo. III, c. 31), (1791), p. 164, (v. 1).

Convention between Great Britain and the United States, (1818) ; Art. 1 quoted on definition of Coast, p. 2102, (v. 5) ; extract from decision of Permanent Court of Arbitration at the Hague on scope and meaning of Article 1, p. 2103 ; extract from Protocol of Fifth Conference, p. 2104 ; extract from remarks on articles, by Gallatin and Rush, p. 2106.

Coquart, Father Godefroi ; memorandum on King's Posts, (1750), p. 3006, (v. 6) ; petition from Indians presented by, (1765), p. 3246, (v. 7).

Coureurs de Bois : ordinance respecting, (1673), p. 2721, (v. 6) ; amnesty for, (1681), p. 2727 ; (1714), p. 2728 ; (1737), p. 2746 ; inter-mingling of blood of, with Labrador Indians, pp. 2610, 2641.

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Court of Common Pleas (Newfoundland) : Reeves' account of, (1793), p. 1906, (v. 4).

Courtemanche. Sieur de ; minister offers command of post of Labrador to, (1708), p. 3568 ; acceptance of command by, if suitable terms allowed, (1711), p. 3573 ; appointed commandant of Labrador Coast, (1914), p. 3579 ; concession of tract between Kegaska River and River Kessessakion (Hamilton River), (1702), p. 3679, (v. 7) ; instructions of, to Constantin, (1703), p. 3680 ; description of coast from Kegaska River to Kessassakion (Hamilton River), (1705), p. 3683.

Coxe, Nicholas ; appointed Superintendent of Trade and Fishery of Labrador, (1779), p. 1174, (v. 3).

Crépieul, Father de ; journal of, (1673-74), p. 2999, (v. 6).

Crofton, Captain Ambrose ; report on Labrador coast, (1798), p. 1189, (v. 3).

Crosbie, John C. ; affidavit of, (1926), p. 3754, (v. 8).

Cross, James; transmitting memorial of Chamber of Commerce, St. Johns, as to re-annexing Labrador coast, (1825), p. 1231, (v. 3).

Cugnet, Sieur de ; relations of, with King's Posts, (1733), p. 2738, (v. 6) ; memorial respecting trade of Esquimaux Bay, (1744), p. 2748, (v. 6) application of Estebe and, for concession of Esquimaux Bay, (1714), p. 3309, (v. 7) ; renewed application of, for concession of Esquimaux Bay, (1746), p. 3317, (v. 7).

Cugnet, F. S. ; account of territories within King's Posts, (1766), p, 3254, (v. 7).

Curtis, Lieut. Roger ; extract from “ Short Account,” attributed to, (1772), p. 1053, (v. 3) ; report on visit to Northern Labrador, (1773). p. 1090 ; extracts from “ Particulars of the Country of Labradore,” (1774), p. 2640, (v. 5).

Customs duties on Labrador Coast ; discussion respecting, between Canadian and Newfoundland delegates, (1892), p. 362, (v. 2) ; payment exacted under pressure at North West River, (1865), p. 372 ; W. E. Swaffield's testimony on point, p. 384, (v. 2) ; pp. 1488-1555.

Daine and Foucault ; applicants for lease of Esquimaux Bay, (1739), p. 3275, (v. 7) ; took no measures at the time, (1739), p. 3276.

Daly, Reginald A. S. D.. F.R.S.E. ; topography of the North East coast of Labrador, p. 2533, (v. 5) ; typical views, pp. 2539-2561.

Darby. Nicholas ; case of, p. 1166, (v. 3).

Darling, Sir Charles Henry ; extracts from instructions to. as Governor of Newfoundland, etc., (1855), p. 749. (v. 2).

Davies. W. H. A. ; extracts from Notes on Esquimaux Bay and the surrounding country by. (1842). pp. 2479, (v. 5): 2794, (v. 6).

Davis, Captain of H.M.S. “ Success ” ; report on conditions in Newfoundland. (1671), p. 1766, (v. 4).

Davis Inlet ; visits of Indians to, p. 385. (v. 2) : instructions to Governor of Newfoundland to explore, (1763), p. 393, (v. 2) ; (1775), p. 481 ; (1786), p. 547 ; number of Indians trading ai. (Low, 1895), p. 2607, (v. 5) ; acquisition of posts at, by Hudson's Bay Company, (1869), p. 3422, (v. 7).

Dawson, W. Bell, Superintendent of Tidal Surveys ; report on tidal conditions and character of water in the Narrows and Hamilton Inlet, (1923), p. 2329, (v. 5) ; reply to Vice Admiral Learmonth's observations, p. 3871, (v. 8) ; Examples of River Mouths, p. 3877, (v. 8) ; Marine Life in St. Lawrence, p. 3893, (v. 8).

Desgroseliers, Medard Chouart ; Concession of seigniory of Anticosti to Radisson and, (1676), p. 3424. (v. 7).

Dickie, Alfred ; respecting timber limit granted to him on Hamilton River by Newfoundland. p. 132, (v. 1) ; pp. 146-147, (v. 1).

“ Dictionnaire Universel de la France ” (1726) ; extract from, p. 3779, (v. 8).

Dorchester, Lord ; sec Carleton, Guy.

Dorval, Raphael ; wintered at Esquimaux Bay, (1785), p. 3357, (v. 7).

Drake, Francis William ; commission and instructions as Governor of Newfoundland, approved. (1750), p. 1843, (v. 4) ; commission, p. 1844.

Draper, Honble. W. H. ; evidence before House of Commons Committee; (1857), p. 2290, (v. 5).

Droit Civil Annoté ; extracts from, p. 2108, (v. 5).

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Duckworth, Sir John Thomas ; admiralty requests commission for, as Governor of Newfoundland and dependencies, (1810), p. 637, (v. 2) ; commission and instructions approved, p. 638 : commission, p. 639 ; instructions, p. 641 report on conditions in Newfoundland, (1812), p. 1933, (v. 4).

Duff. Robert ; drafts of commission and instructions as Governor of Newfoundland approved. (1775), p. 473, (v. 2) ; commission, p. 474 instructions, p. 478 ; admiralty instructions to. (1775), p. 496, (v. 2).

Dufferin, Lord ; enclosing an approved report of the Privy Council of Canada as to the limits of Newfoundland jurisdiction on Labrador Coast, (1874), p. 2294, (v. 5) ; the report, p. 2295.

Duke of Gordon v. Earl of Murray (Moray) extract from judgment in, p. 2414. (v. 5).

Dumontier, Baptiste ; wintered at Esquimaux Bay, (1785), p. 3357, (v. 7).

Dunn, Thomas ; representation of William Grant and, respecting their right to exclusive trade within territories of King's Posts, (1766), p. 3251, (v. 7) ; memorial for renewal of lease, (1785), p. 3261.

Dupre, le Compte and others ; petition of, to property at Phelypeaux Bay as heirs to Brouage, (1779), p. 3592, (v. 7).

Durocher, Father ; account of mission among Montagnais, (1845), p. 3025, (v. 6) ; missions on Eastern Labrador Coast entrusted to, (1849), pp. 3034, 3035, (v. 6) ; temperance work among Labrador Indians, (1850), p. 3038, (v. 6) ; re-port of Labrador mission (1853), p. 3048, (v. 6).

Earl of Kintore v. Forbes ; judgment in, (1828), p. 2438, (v. 5).

Easton, Treaty of (1758) ; prohibition of settlement beyond the Alleghany Mountains, (1760), p. 3088, (v. 6) ; proclamation by Bouquet, forbidding such settlement, (1761), p. 3089 ; explanation of terms of proclamation, (1762), pp. 3090, 3092.

Education on Labrador Coast ; Judge Pinsent's report, (1867), p. 1455, (v. 3) ; (1869), p. 1463 (1870), p. 1466 ; (1871), p. 1470 ; (1872), p. 1473 ; (1873), p. 1476 ; Judge McNeil's report, (1874), p. 1479 ; salaries of teachers, (1872), p. 1611 ; records of Department of of [sic] Education, (1880-1884), pp. 1620-1622 ; extracts from Newfoundland statutes bearing on, (1887-1891), p. 1625, (v. 3).

Edwards, Richard ; commission as Governor of Newfoundland approved, (1779), p. 511 (v. 2) ; commission, p. 512 ; instructions approved, p. 514 : instructions, p. 516 ; admiralty instructions, (1779), p. 521.

Elliot, John ; commission as Governor of Newfoundland approved, (1786), p. 545, (v. 2) ; instructions, p. 546 ; admiralty instructions, (1788), p. 556 ; additional instruction, (1788), p. 562.

Esquimault and Nanaimo Railway Company v. Treat ; contains definition of “ coast line,” p. 2089, (v. 5).

Esquimaux ; Palliser's proclamation respecting intercourse with, (1764), p. 930, (v. 3) ; Moravian missions begun among, (1764), p. 932, (v. 3) ; missionaries able to speak language of, p. 934 ; Palliser's meeting with 500, (1765), pp. 946, 949 ; Palliser's observations upon, (1766), p. 959 ; Palliser's admonitions to, (1768), p. 1032, (v. 3) ; Roger Curtis' observations upon, p. 1054 ; observations of Cartwright on, p. 1063 ; Shuldham's remarks upon, (1773), p. 1089 ; perpetual enmity between Montagnais and, p. 1089 ; John Cartwright on traffic with, p. 1142, (v. 3) ; report of Captain Ambrose Crofton upon, (1798), p. 1189 ; proclamation of Shuldham to keep them within Moravian settlement, (1772), p. 1304, (v. 3) ; of Edwards for protection of, (1779), p. 1305 (1781), p. 1306 ; of Campbell, (1784), p. 1307 affidavit of C. A. Martin respecting, (1909), p. 1308, (v. 3) ; affidavit of W. R. Barlow, M.D., respecting, (1926), p. 1309, (v. 3) ; information gained by Moravian Missionaries respecting, (1765), p. 1319 ; report of Moravian Missionaries on, (1773), p. 1328 ; (1775), p. 1333 (1784), p. 1335 ; Moravian Missionaries desire Canadian Indians be prevented from molesting, (1784), p. 1338 ; Moravians on relations between Indians and, (1778), p. 1341 ; fear of the Indians among, pp. 1354, 1356 ; hostilities with, (1831), p. 1356 ; Newfoundland Act, respecting Indians and, (1911), p. 1630, (v. 3) ; number on Labrador Coast, (Low, 1895), p. 2607, (v. 5) ; described, (Low, 1895), p. 2615 ; described by Lucien M. Turner, (1889-90), p. 2630 ; described by John McLean, (1849), p. 2637 ; by Cartwright, (1792), p. 2643 ; described by Pritchard, (1911), p. 2646 ; enmity between Indians and, in Labrador Peninsula, (1828), p. 2780, (v. 6) ; enmity between

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Indians and, (1830), p. 2783, (v. 6) ; Father Arnaud observes they confine themselves to the coasts, (1872), p. 3075, (v. 6) ; Fornel's encounters with, (1743), pp. 3284-3296 ; Fornel's account of, (1743), pp. 3299-3302, (v. 7) ; hostility between Indians and, (1744), p. 3311, (v. 7) ; Courtemanche enjoined to see if they can be made friendly, (1708), p. 3568, (v. 7) ; Minister on necessity of bringing them to friendliness, (1706), p. 3577, (v. 7) ; destruction by, on Labrador Coast, (1716), p. 3579, (v. 7) ; Fornel's account of good relations with, at Chateau Bay (1742), p. 3657, (v. 7) ; attack on Cape Charles post by, (1743), p. 3663, (v. 7) ; description of. (1715), p. 3695 ; necessity of preventing Montagnais from making war upon, (1715), p. 3697 attacks by, on Courtemanche's establishments, (1716), p. 3708, (v. 7) ; pp. 3710-3744, (v. 7). (See Native Savages.)

Esquimaux Bay ; history of leases upon, French regime, (1586-1760), p. 3131 ; British regime, (1773-1873), p. 3137, (v. 7) ; instructions from Minister respecting exploration and lease of, (1739), p. 3275, (v. 7) ; Fornel offers to develop when secure in lease of Chateau Bay, (1742), p. 3278 ; Fornel's application for Chateau Bay as a point d'appui from which to reach, (1742), p. 3659, (v. 7) ; Fornel's narrative of voyage to, (1743), p. 3280, (v. 7) ; entrance of two English vessels into, p. 3292 ; Fornel takes possession of, for French king, (1743), p. 3292 ; Fornel leaves two men to winter at, (1743), p. 3293 ; Fornel supposes a river connection between Hudson Bay and, (1743), p. 3293 Cugnet's memorial respecting Fornel's enterprise in, (1744), p. 2748, (v. 6) ; application of Cugnet and Estebe for concession of, (1744), p. 3309, (v. 7) ; fears that establishment at, would injure King's Posts, (1744), p. 3310, (v. 7) ; protest of Cugnet against concession of, to Fornel, (1746), p. 3317, (v. 7) : advantages of union with King's Posts, (1744), p. 3313, (v. 7) ; p. 3316 ; (1746), p. 3319 ; Cugnet's renewed application, (1746), p. 3317 ; decision of Intendant to attach, to King's Posts, (1746), p. 3328, (v. 7) ; authority requested to lease, to Madame Fornel, (1748), p. 3329 ; Intendant's intention to annex, to King's Posts, (1749), p. 3219 ; concession of, to Madame Fornel, (1749), p. 3330, (v. 7) ; p. 3332 ; application of Cugnet for, (1749), p. 3335 ; particulars of concession, (1749), p. 3723, (v. 7) ; concession to Madame Fornel confirmed, (1750), p. 3347, (v. 7) ; limits of concession, (1750), p. 3347 ; protest of Madame Fornel at cancellation of her lease, (1750), p. 3349 ; licence to Pierre Marcoux and Louis

Marchand to trade at, (1784), p. 3356, (v. 7) ; Dorval, Dumontier, Beliveau and Plante wintered at, (1785), p. 3357 ; Marcoux respecting trading operations in, (1787), p. 3359 ; customs clearance of schooner for, (1787), p. 3362 ; proceedings in a suit against Marcoux for having traded without licence and given liquor to Indians there, (1788-1789). pp. 3363-3390 ; partnership agreement between Dumontier and Belliveau, and J. B. Vachon and Joseph Faucier for trade in, (1799), p. 3394, (v. 7) : agreement for service in, (1799), p. 3398 ; lease by Dame Cecile Dumontier to Jacob Pozer of her interest in fishing establishments (1815), p. 3398 ; sale by Dame Cecile Dumontier to Jacob Pozer of boats, etc., in, (1845), p. 3401, (v. 7) ; deed of sale of Pozer's interests in, to Flavien Dufresne, (1823), p. 3404 ; deed of sale of Dufresne's interests in, to Jean Olivier Brunet, (1825), p. 3407 ; deed of sale of Brunet's interests in, to Wm. Lampson, (1829), p. 3410 ; deed of sale of Lampson's interests in, to Nathaniel Jones, (1832), p. 3414 ; deed of sale of Jones' interests to David Ramsay Stewart, (1835), p. 3418 ; non-interference agreement between holder of post and Hudson's Bay Company at King's Posts, (1835), p. 3421 ; post acquired by Hudson's Bay Company. (1835), p. 3421 ; fur trade by Quebec and Boston people at, (4836), p. 2788, (v. 6) ; plans of Hudson Bay Company to meet it, (1836), pp. 2788, 2790, (v. 6) ; plan to unite with Mingan, (1837), pp. 2793, 2794, (v. 6) : Bishop of Quebec invites attention of Apostolic Vicar of Newfoundland to spiritual needs of Indians at, (1838), p. 3015, (v. 6) ; description of conditions at, by Davies. (1842), p. 2479. (v. 5) ; p. 2794, (v. 6) ; McLean's account of journey from Fort Chino to. (1849), p. 2798, (v. 6) ; Montagnais Indian undertakes missionary journey to, (1853), p. 3049, (v. 6) ; Hudson's Bay Company offers to facilitate missions to, (1853), p. 3049, (v. 6) ; proposal to send missionaries to, (1859), p. 2818[sic], (v. 6) ; attempt of Father Arnaud to visit, (1859), p. 3061, (v. 6) ; proposal to attach Fort Chimo to, (1863), p. 2821, (v. 6) ; legal opinion as to validity of Hudson's Bay Company's title to property on, (1866), p. 3509, (v. 7) ; successful visit of Father Babel to, (1867), p. 3068, (v.6) ; (1868), p. 3070. (See Kessessakion River, Ivucktoke Bay, Touchstoke Bay, Hamilton Inlet.)

Exquimaux Indians; references to, pp. 894-5, 905, 930, 1063, 1143, 1153, 1166, 1180, 1189, 1303, 1305, 1306, 1307, 1319, 1332, 1347, (v. 3).

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Esquimaux River ; agreement of Constantin with Courtemanche to trade with the Indians at, (1701), p. 3676, (v. 7).

“ Etat Present du Canada.” (1751) ; extract from, p. 3780, (v. 8).

Ewing. E. F. : voluntary statement of, (1921), p. 3736, (v. 8) ; affidavit of, (1926), p. 3752. (v. 8).

Ferland, Rev. J. B. A. ; account of visit to Labrador Coast, (1859), p. 3815, (v. 6).

Fernald, M. L. ; on botanical evidence of marine conditions in Hamilton Inlet, p. 3936, (v. 8).

Finger, Abram ; affidavit of, (1909), p. 2312. (v. 5).

Fiset, Father ; orders to go into missions on Labrador Coast, (1844), p. 3020. (v. 6).

Fish ; evidence that, in Newfoundland, the term is synonymous with codfish, (personal), pp. 1987-1995, (v. 4) ; (judicial), pp. 1996-2006 (legislative and official), pp. 2006a-2027.

Fisheries ; Secretary of State's view of importance of, (1763), p. 901 ; report of General Superintendent on protection of, (1867), p. 1290, (v. 3) ; whole sea coast is dedicated to, by 10-11 Wm. III, c. 25. (1820), p. 2029. (v. 4) decided in Hunters & Co., vs. Trustees of John Langdon, that 49 Geo. III, c. 27, is applicable only to cod-fishery, p. 2030, (v. 4) ; overriding importance of, in Newfoundland, (1831), p. 2046 ; the public right of, pp. 2152-2166, (v. 5) ; liberty granted to all British subjects, in Nova Scotia, (1764), p. 2216, (v. 5) ; (1766), p. 2222 ; p. 2224 ; encouragement for, in Prince Edward Island. (1763), p. 2225 ; liberty granted to all British subjects in, (1764), p. 2229 ; (1767), p. 2232 ; in Quebec. (1764), p. 2234 ; (1766), p. 2236 ; (1785), p. 2237 ; rights of fishermen preserved in land grants in Quebec. (1788), pp. 2241, 2245, (v. 5) ; free use of shores given to fishermen in Scotland, Act 29 Geo. II. c. 23, (1758), p. 2247, (v. 5) ; and throughout Great Britain for white herring fishery, 100 yards above high-water mark, 11 Geo. III, c. 31, (1771), p. 2249 ; between Blanc Sablon and Battle Harbour, (Grenfell), p. 2564 (v. 5) ; between Battle Harbour and Cape Chidley (Grenfell), p. 2565 ; up estuaries and rivers on Labrador Coast (Grenfell), p. 2566 ; in Lake Melville (Grenfell), p. 2566 ; extent of land needed for purposes of, (Grenfell), p. 2568 description of, on Labrador Coast, (1922), p. 2578.

Fishery (on Labrador Coast) ; safeguards for British fishermen, pp. 935, (v. 3), 937, 943, 944, 948 ; Palliser's plans to link cod, whale, seal and salmon fisheries together, p. 949.

Fitzwalter's case, Lord, (1670) ; quoted as to extent of public right of fishery, p. 2153, (v. 5).

Forbes, Alexander ; commission as Inspector of Trade and Fisheries of Labrador, (1805), p. 1193, (v. 3).

Ford, William ; affidavit of (1909), p. 2315, (v. 5).

Fornel, Louis ; applicant for lease of Esquimaux Bay, (1739), p. 3275, (v. 7) ; took no measures at the time, (1739), p. 3276 ; applicant for lease of Chateau Bay, (1742), p. 3277 ; narrative of voyage to Esquimaux Bay, (1743), p. 3280 ; account of relations established with Esquimaux at Chateau Bay, (1742), p. 3657, (v. 7) ; application of, for Chateau Bay concession, (1742), p. 3658 ; jealousy of Cugnet at enterprise of, in Esquimaux Bay, (1744), p. 2748, (v. 6) ; motives of, in seeking concession of Esquimaux Bay, (Cugnet, 1744), p. 3309, (v. 7) ; death of, in 1745, p. 3328, (v. 7).

Fornel, Madame, et Cie ; lease of King's Posts to, (1749), p. 3213, (v. 7) ; memorial from, protesting against cancellation of lease, (1750), p. 3220 ; lease cancelled, but King's Posts left another year in their hands as managers, (1750), p. 3228 ; concession of Esquimaux Bay, to, (1749), p. 3330, (v. 7) : concession of Esquimaux Bay to, confirmed, (1750), p. 3347, (v. 7) ; protest against cancellation of her lease, (1750), p. 3349.

Fort Nascopie in Montreal Department Rupert's Land, (1869), p. 240, (v. 1) ; Simpson's reply to charges of culpable negligence resulting in death of Indians in neighbourhood of, (1848), p. 2268, (v. 5) ; Simpson's statement that it is in Newfoundland, (1857), p. 2280, (v. 5) ; mentioned in Hudson's Bay Company's official statement as in Rupert's Land, (1857), p. 2288, (v. 5).

Forteau Bay ; granted to Captain Philibot, (1763), p. 951, (v. 3) ; disputes regarding, (1765), pp. 951, 952; history of concession, (1715-1756), p. 3180, (v. 7) ; concession of, (1748), p. 3607 ; confirmation of concession, (1749), p. 3609, (v. 7) ; particulars of concession, (1748), p. 3724, (v. 7).

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Fortescue, Matthew ; doubts as to legality of Newfoundland collecting duties at Rigolet, (1881), p. 1553, (v. 3) ; Company all find no trace of instructions to, to (vase protesting while paving duties, p. 1561, (v. 3).

Foucault and Daine; applicants for lease of Esquimaux Bay. (1739), p. 3275, (v. 7) ; took no measures at the time, (1739), p. 3276.

French ; Murray's report on trade of, in Canada, (1762), p. 896. (v. 3).

French Shore ; rights of French fishermen to be safeguarded, (1765), p. 441, (v. 2) ; (1769), p. 456, (v. 2) ; p. 461, (v. 2) ; (1772), p. 470, (v. 2) ; (1775), pp. 483, 500 ; (1788), pp. 557, 562 ; (1789), p. 566 ; admiralty instructions respecting, (1792), p. 580, (v. 2) ; no private property in lands, rivers, etc., (1765), p. 437 ; (1786), p. 548, (v. 2) ; (Newfoundland) customs and regulations among French fishermen on, p. 2171, (v. 5) ; ordinance regulating the fishery, (1681), p. 2177 ; limits as defined by Treaty of Utrecht, (1713), p. 2181 ; by Treaty of Paris, (1763), p. 2181 ; by Treaty of Versailles, (1783), p. 3182 ; by Treaty of Paris, (1814), p. 2184 ; correspondence between Great Britain and France respecting, (1852-3), pp. 2185, 2186, (v. 5) ; extract from convention between the two countries, (1857), p. 2188 ; resolutions of Newfoundland Executive Council respecting (1873), p. 2190 ; terms of arrangements between British and French commissioners with history of question, (1884), p. 2193 ; extract from arrangements signed at Paris, (1885), p. 3308.

Fur hunting : permanent residents subsisted during winter on, p. 386, (v. 2) ; observations of Cartwright upon. (1773), p. 1062, (v. 3) ; Grenfell's observations, p. 2570, (v. 5) ; activities of “planters ” (Low, 1895), p. 2608, (v. 5).

Fur trade ; mode of transacting, with Labrador Indians, (1663-64), p. 2987, (v. 6) ; (1750), p. 3007, (v. 6).

Gambier, James; admiralty applies for commission for, as Governor of Newfoundland, (1802), p. 600, (v. 2) ; p. 1192, (v. 3) ; commission, p. 601, (v. 2) ; instructions, p. 603 ; admiralty instructions (1802), p. 616.

Gammell v. Commissioners of Woods and Forests ; quoted on definition of “ coast, ” p. 2100. (v. 5).

Ged, Alexander, Commander at York Fort ; informed that commander of fleet will superintend fisheries on Labrador coast, (1774), p. 1148, (v. 3).

Gibson, Colonel ; report on affairs in Newfoundland, (1697), p. 1798, (v. 4).

Gilbert, Sir Humphrey ; patent of, (1578), p. 1691, (v. 4) ; account of voyage, (1583), p. 1698, (v 4).

Glenelg ; on protest of people on Labrador Coast against Newfoundland's legislating for them, (1836), p. 1489, (v. 4[sic]).

Glover, J. H.. Governor of Newfoundland ; proposes to visit Labrador coast, from whence has come tales of distress, (1879), p. 1261, (v. 3) ; submits question of sending person with compotent authority to settle land and fishery disputes at Hamilton Inlet, (1880), p. 1262.

Gold Coast ; extracts from “ Encyclopedia Britannica ” upon, p. 2111, (v. 5).

Gordon, Captain; order by Governor .Hamilton to, (1819), p. 1211, (v. 3).

Gordon Rev. Henry : extract from address by, “ Life in Labrador,” (1923), p. 2583, (v. 5).

Goudy, Joseph ; affidavit of, (1909), p. 1562, (v. 3).

Gower, Sir Erasmus ; commission as Governor of Newfoundland, (1804), p. 618, (v. 2) ; instructions, p. 620 ; reccommends stationing frigate or sloop of war on Labrador coast to ensure observance of Treaty of Versailles, (1804), p. 1276, (v. 3) ; recommendation approved. (1801), p. 1279.

Grand River Pulp and Lumber (Ltd.) ; grant of timber limit on Hamilton River by Newfoundland to, p. 132, (v. 1).

Grant. E. G. affidavit of, (1926), p. 1635, (v. 3).

Grant, William ; memorial of Thomas Dunn and, for renewal of lease of King's Posts, (1785), p. 3261, (v. 7) ; representation of Thomas Dunn and, respecting their right to exclusive trade within territories of King's Posts, (1766), p, 3251, (v. 7).

Graves, Thomas ; Commission as Governor of Newfoundland, the Coast of Labrador, etc., (1763), p. 149, (v. 1) ; Lords of Trade directed



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