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to prepare new commission for, with the Labrador coast included, (24 March, 1763), p. 389, (v. 2) ; draft of instructions to, (29 March, 1763), p. 391, (v. 2) admiralty instructions to, (2 May, 1763), p. 406, (v. 2) ; injunction to act conformably to commission and instructions as Governor, p. 406, also, to see that fishermen from England are all returned home at end of season, p. 407 ; and to safeguard exclusive right of trade and intercourse on coast of Labrador, p. 408.

Gray, Hon. John Hamilton ; awards under Reciprocity Treaty, pp. 2449-2478, (v. 5).

Gray, John; application of. for confirmation of lease of King's Posts, (1764), p. 3240, (v. 7) ; memorial of Richard Murray and, (1764), p. 3242.

Gready Harbour ; acquisition of post at, by Hudson's Bay Company, (1873), p. 3423, (v. 7).

Greenhow, Robert ; extract from memoir of, p. 2114, (v. 5) ; extract from “ History of Oregon and California,” (1845), p. 3767, (v. 8).

Gregory, Professor J. W., F.R.S., D.Sc. ; Geographical considerations as to Canadian-Newfoundland boundary in Labrador, p. 2489, (v. 5) ; E. M. Kindle's comments on observations of, p. 3905, (v. 8) ; review of papers of, by C. Schuchert, p. 3949, (v. 8).

Grenfell, W. T., C.M.G., etc., etc. ; testimony of, as to benevolence of Newfoundland Government, (1896), pp. 1584, 1585, 1586, (v. 3) ; statement as to depth of coast required by fishermen on Labrador Coast, (1924), p. 2259, (v. 5) ; affidavit by, (1924), p. 2563, (v. 5) ; report on Labrador Fisheries, (1892-1924), p. 2564 ; additional report, p. 2574 ; extracts from “ Labrador ” by, and others, pp. 2578, 2586, (v. 5) ; extracts from log of, p. 4199, (v. 8).

Grieve, John. M.D. ; affidavit of, (1926), p. 1483, (v. 3).

Gros-Mecatina ; history of concessions, (1738-1808), p. 3166, (v. 7) ; concession of, (1738), p. 3533, (v. 7) ; concession of augmentation of, (1739), p. 3537 ; confirmation of concession, (1740), p. 3539 ; rent due by concessionnaire of, to seigniors of seigniory of Isles and Islets of Mingan, (1743) ; p. 3541 ; concession of, with augmentation, (1749), p. 3544, (v. 7) ; Governor Murray's permit to Lafontaine to occupy, (1761), p. 3546 ; concession of, to John Gray, (1762), p. 3547 ; Murray's reply to Lafontaine's complaint, (1764), p. 3548 ; Murray's statement as to Hocquart's claims upon, (1762), p. 3636, (v. 7) ; particulars of concessions, (1738-39), it, 3719, (v. 7).

Gross Water Inlet ; Governor of Newfoundland orders expedition into, (1820), p. 1215, (v. 3).

Guillimin, M. ; extracts from instructions by Intendant to, (1750), p. 3227, (v. 7).

Guy's Settlement. ; formation of, (1610), p. 1711, (v. 4) ; orders issued by Guy, (1611), p. 1715.

Haldimand, Frederick ; instructions for, as Captain General and Governor of Province of Quebec and dependencies, (1778), p. 847, (v. 2) ; letter to Viscount Keppell, (1782), p. 4158, (v. 8) ; instruction respecting granting of land on Bay of Chaleur, (1785), p. 2237, (v. 5) ; extract from diary of, (1786), p. 4159, (v. 8).

Hale ; extract from “ De Jure Maris ” as to extent of public right of fishery, p. 2156, (v. 5).

Hall ; “ International Law,” by, quoted on watershed doctrine, p. 2129, (v. 5).

Hamilton Inlet (Lake Melville) ; tide in autumn brackish at North West River, p. 386, (v. 2) ; Government mail steamers go regularly to North West River, p. 386, (v. 2) ; Governor Glover submits question of sending person with competent authority to settle land and fishery disputes in, (1880), p. 1262, (v. 3) ; anticipates disturbances respecting rights of property at, p. 1616, (v. 3) ; tidal information respecting. (1921), p. 2360, (v. 5) ; described in “ Newfoundland and Labrador Pilot,” (1917), p. 2486, (v. 5) ; observations on the fauna and flora, by C. Tate Regan, M.A., F.R.S., p. 2509, (v. 5) ; described as short distance from Musquaro on Gulf of St. Lawrence, (1808), p. 3265, (v. 7) ; described in “Newfoundland and Labrador Pilot,” p. 2486, (v. 5) ; by naval officers, explorers and others p. 3927, (v. 8) ; botanical evidence, of marine conditions in, p. 3936, (v. 8) (See Kessessakiou River, Ivucktoke Bay, Touchstoke Bay.)

Hamilton River ; grant of timber limit on, to Alfred Dickie, p. 132, (v. 1) ; map showing, grant. p. 133 ; letters relating to, pp. 146-147 ; W. J. Carson's affidavit respecting operations, p. 148 ; descriptions of, (Low, 1895), p. 2597, (v. 5) ; short description of, by Courtemanche, (1705), p. 3689, (v. 7).

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Hamilton River System ; D. W. Johnston's paper, relating to sea coast line on, (1926), p. 3789, (v. 8).

Hamilton, Marquis of ; grant of Newfoundland to, (1637), p. 1723, (v. 4).

Hamilton, Sir Charles ; instructions to, (1818), with observations of, (1824), p. 692, (v. 2) ; admiralty instructions, (1818), p. 715 ; commission, p. 716 ; observations on proposed Newfoundland act. (1824), p. 1941, (v. 4).

Hamilton v. Menifee ; quoted on definition of “ coast,” p. 2084, (v. 5).

Harvey, Sir John ; proclamation of his appointment, (1841), p. 1213, (v. 3) ; report as to needs of inhabitants on Labrador coast, (1841), p. 1259.

Height of Land ; article on Maine Boundary dispute, (1829), p. 2261, (v. 5) ; message of Governor of New Hampshire, (1835), p. 2263 ; letter from Sir George Simpson, (1836), p. 2265 ; Simpson's reference to, as dividing line for Labrador, (1854), p. 2277, (v. 5). (See Watershed.)

Hendry, William ; account of exploring expedition to Labrador Peninsula, by, (1828), p. 2780, (v. 6).

Hind. Henry Youle ; “ Explorations in the Interior of the Labrador Peninsula.” (1863), p. 2638, (v. 5) ; p. 2823, (v. 6) ; p. 4194, (v. 8) p. 4208, (v. 8).

Hjort Johan; on Lake Melville as habitat for cod, pp. 2403, 2408, (v. 5) ; memorandum by, p. 3914, (v. 8).

Hocquart, Intendant ; memoir of, on King's Posts (1733), p. 2731, (v. 6) ; ordinance by, (12 May, 1733), p. 3196, (v. 7) ; concession of St. Modet to, (1753), p. 3632, (v. 7) ; representative of, leased concession to John Ord, (1762), p. 3633 ; Murray's statement as to claims of, upon Gros Mecatina, (1762), p. 3636.

Holloway, John ; admiralty applies for commission for, as Governor of Newfoundland, (1807), p. 623, (v. 2) ; instructions, p. 624 ; draft of instructions under consideration, p. 635, (v. 2) ; suggests reannexation of Labrador to Newfoundland, (1807), p. 1194, (v. 3) ; report to, respecting schooner “ Malinda,” charged with breach of Navigation Laws, (1807), p. 1195, (v. 3) ; on conditions in Newfoundland, (1808), p. 1196, (v. 3) ; encloses papers re seizure of “ Malinda,” (1809), p. 1198, (v. 3) ; desires Sir William Scott's opinion, p. 1199.

Horne v. MacKenzie (1839) MacLean and Rob ; judgment in, p. 2415, (v. 5).
Horton, R. W., Under Colonial Secretary ; impression of, that Labrador Coast is wholly migratory and occupied in fishing, (1825), p. 1229, (v. 3) ; memorandum on reannexation of part of Labrador Coast to, (1825), p. 1235, (v. 3).

Huard, Abbé V. A. ; extract from “ Labrador et Anticosti,” by, (1897), p. 2827, (v. 6).

Hubert, Bishop of Quebec ; mandement of, respecting Montagnais, (1790), p. 3007, (v. 6).

Hudsons Bay ; information respecting, received by Father Albanel, (1669-70), p. 2988, (v. 6) ; journey to, from Quebec, (1671), p. 2989.

Hudson's Bay Company ; territories of, brought within jurisdiction of Upper and Lover Canadian courts, (1821), p. 201, (v. 1) ; jurisdiction of Company not affected by foregoing, p. 204 ; territories of, may be surrendered to Her Majesty, and admitted into Dominion of Canada, (1868), p. 219 ; rights as respects territory on coast northward from Belleisle safeguarded in North American Fisheries Act, (1819), p. 297 ; effect of treaty of Ryswick upon territories in Hudson's Bay, (1697), p. 328, (v. 1) ; effect of treaty of Utrecht upon, (1713), p. 329 ; extracts from charter of, (1670), p. 367, (v. 2) ; rights of, in country of Labrador asserted by Lords of Trade, (1773), p. 1080, (v. 3) ; protected by Order-in-Council, p. 1081 ; protest against customs charges on Labrador Coast, (1863), p. 1519, (v. 3) ; D. A. Smith sustains the view of, (1863), p. 1523 ; Captain Hamilton's account of posts of, (1863), p. 1524 ; direction to agent at Esquimaux Bay to pay under protest, if advisable, (1864), p. 1532 ; pay under protest, (1864), p. 1533 ; collectors report that Company paid duties at North West River, (1864), p. 1539, (v. 3) ; D. A Smith states' duties paid under protest, (1865), p. 1541 ; report of Collector on this transaction. (1865), p. 1542 ; D. A. Smith not required to pay duties for interior of Esquimaux Bay or Ungava, (1866), p. 1549 ; Smith paid duties only for goods to be consumed in immediate neighbourhood

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of Esquimaux Bay. (1868), p. 1547 ; paid duties for goods for Hamilton Inlet only, under protest, (1869), p. 1548 ; paid duties under protest, (1881), p. 1553 ; Governor McGregor notes that Company does not pay duties on goods passed into interior (1908), p. 1555 ; charges against, and replies, (1848), pp. 2266-2267, (v. 5) ; Simpson's opinion as to boundaries of territories of, (1856), p. 2278 ; Simpson's evidence respecting. (1857), pp. 2279-2289 ; establishments of, (1856), p. 2285 ; W. H. Draper on proposed limits for territories of, (1857), p. 2290 ; statement by, as to the boundaries of their territories, (1876), p. 2309, (v. 5) ; narrative of Wm. Hendry's expedition into Labrador, (1828), p. 2780, (v. 6) ; effect of enmity of Indians and Esquimaux on trade of, pp. 2780, 2783 ; account of expedition from Rupert House to interior of Labrador, (1835), p. 2786 ; plans to meet opposition established at Esquimaux Bay, (1836), pp. 2788, 2790 ; requested to act as relief agents for Canadian Government among Labrador Indians, (1894-5), pp. 2960, 2961 ; (1896), p. 2962, (v. 6) ; acquire possession of King's Posts, (1831), p. 3271, (v. 7) ; terms of lease of King's Posts by, (1842), p. 3274 ; non-interference agreement with holder of Esquimaux Bay post, (1835), p. 3421, (v. 7) ; acquire interests in Esquimaux Bay posts, (1835), p. 3421 ; acquisition of posts at Snook's Cove by, (1865), p. 3421, (v. 7) ; acquisition of posts at Davis Inlet and Paul's Island by, (1869), p.3422 ; acquisition of posts at Sandwich Bay, Round Hill, Gready Harbour and. Sandhill by, (1873), p. 3423 ; acquisition of seigniory of Isles and Islets of Mingan, (1836), p. 3491 ; opinion of Rose and Ritchie as to titles of property in Labrador Peninsula held by, (1866) ), p. 3506, (v. 7) ; documents relating to boundaries of territories in Labrador Peninsula, p. 4030, (v, 8) ; extracts from Head Office records of, p. 4143, (v. 8).

Hunt, Charles ; protests against measures of Newfoundland to collect customs dues on Labrador coast, (1842), p. 1497. (v. 3).

Hunt, Messrs ; compelled to pay Customs dues, (1863), p. 1526, (v. 3).

Hunter, Robert ; letter to Lord Dartmouth, (1775), p. 4156, (v. 8).

Huntsman, Dr. A. G. ; biology of Hamilton Inlet. &c., p. 3917, (v. 8).

Hutton, S.K., M.D. ; affidavit of, p. 4209, (v. 8).

Indian Island Concession ; grant of, (1786), p. 3189, (v. 7) ; Perreault et al, authorized to establish seal, cod and salmon fisheries on, (1786), p. 3675, (v. 7) ; particulars of concession, (1786), p. 3725, (v. 7).

Indian Trade ; Palliser reports, inconsiderable ; to be bestowed as rewards to cod and whale fishers, p. 983, (v. 3).

Indian Routes ; Moisie River, p. 2644, (v. 6[sic]) ; p. 2824, (v. 6) ; Musquaro, p. 3265, (v. 7) ; Caribou and St Augustin rivers, pp. 3684-5, (v. 7) ; Romaine, Natashquan and Esquimaux rivers, pp. 2623-24, (v. 6[sic]).

Indian Territories ; brought within jurisdiction of courts of Upper and Lower Canada for criminal cases, p. 187, (v. 1) ; civil causes cognizable by Upper Canadian courts, p. 201.

Indians ; injunctions respecting conversion of, (1540), p. 2703, (v. 6) ; (1625), p. 2705 ; (1663), p. 2711 ; Champlains first compact with, (1603), p. 2704, (v. 6) ; Champlains proposals for christianizing, (1615), p. 2966, (v. 6) ; execution of plans, (1615), p. 2968 ; proceedings of first missionaries, p. 2970 ; provision for religious instruction for, (1627), p. 2707, (v. 6) ; (1664), p. 2715 ; if converted, acquire rights of Frenchmen, (1627), p. 2707 (1648), p. 2708 ; Champlains pledges to converted, (1636), p. 2708, (v. 6) ; sale of intoxicating liquors to, forbidden, (1663), p. 2709 ; penalties for infraction of laws respecting intoxicating liquors, (1666-1667), pp. 2716, 2717 ; at Mingan, (1733), p. 2730 ; liability for crimes of murder and rape, 1664), p. 2712 concession of full rights of Frenchmen to, when converted, (1664), p. 2716, (v. 6) ; compulsion to reveal names of persons selling liquor to, (1664), p. 2713, (v. 6) ; good relations with the French. (1666-1704), p. 3084, (v. 6) ; recognition of sovereignty of France by, (1668-9), p. 2719 ; decree against acceptance of clothing, etc., from, in acquittal of debts, (1675), p. 2722, (v. 6) ; ordinance forbidding fur trade in territories of, (1676), p. 2723 ; made amenable to French criminal laws, (1676), p. 2724 ; ordinance forbidding hunting a league out side cleared lands, (1678), p. 2725 (1679), p. 2726 ; treatment of, at King's Posts, (1733), p. 2735 ; mode of trade with, by holders of King's Posts. (1733), p. 2744 ; interests of, safeguarded in capitulation of 1760, p. 2751 ; beg Governor Murray to take them under his protection, (1760), p. 2761, (v. 6) ; placed under protection of the King, (1761), p. 3234, (v. 7).

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proclamation by Bouquet forbidding settlement beyond Alleghany Mountains, (1761), p. 3089. (v. 6); explanation of proclamation, (1762), pp. 3090, 3092, (v. 6) ; Order-in-Council forbidding granting of lands upon frontiers before Indian claims are ascertained, (1761), p. 3095 ; instruction to colonial governors in this sense, (1761), p. 3103 ; Lords of Trade enjoin Governor of Virginia against allowing settlement beyond Alleghany Mountains. (1762), p. 3106, (v. 6). Lords of Trade recommend. orders for immediate evacuation of settlements in forbidden regions, (1765), p. 3108, (v. 6) ; instruction to Governor of West Florida forbidding settlement in Indian reserves, (1763), p. 3109 ; Murray's report on Indians within Quebec, (1762), p. 896, (v. 3) ; sovereign's solicitude for welfare of, (I763), p. 917, (v. 3) ; Protect and. friendship to be assured to nations within Quebec Province, (1763), p. 781, (v. 2) ; p. 805 ; no settlements or purchases permitted in reserves without Royal licence, (1763), p. 781 ; (1768), p. 806 ; protected in the granting of lands, (1763), p. 2211 (1764), pp. 2215, 2220, 2221 ; (1766), p. 2223, Graves instructed to conciliate affections of, and induce them to enter into trade, (1763), p. 394, (v. 2) ; lands of, to be reserved as their hunting grounds under protection of King, (1763), p. 156, (v. 1) ; no grants to be made by Governor or Commander-in-Chief, p. 156, (v. 1), no purchases to be made of Indian Lands by private individuals, p. 157, (v. 1) ; instruction to Governor of Pennsylvania to have settlements beyond Alleghenies evacuated, (1765), p. 3111, (v. 6) ; similar instruction to Governor of North Carolina, (1765), p. 3112 ; circular letter from Colonial Secretary to Colonial Governors in same sense, (1766), p. 3115 ; prohibition of settlement continued until boundary line has been fixed for Indian territories. (1768), p. 3116, (v. 6) ; memo. of Richard. Murray and John Gray upon, (1764), p. 3242, (v. 7) ; ordinance forbidding sale of intoxicating liquors to, (1764), p. 2758, (v. 6) ; trade with, on Labrador Coast, exclusive privilege of rear-admiral of harbour, (1765), p. 947 (v. 3) ; proclamation enjoining good treatment of, (1766), p. 2759, (v. 6) ; Palliser's report of meeting. (1766), p. 1253, (v. 3) ; cruelties practised upon, (1766), p. 1254, (v. 3) ; Murray's account of characteristics of, (1767), p. 2764 (v. 6) ; form of licence for trade with, (1766), p. 3249, (v. 7) ; dwelling in or resorting to King's domain under special protection of King, (1767), p. 2766, (v. 6) ; plan for management of affairs of, (1775), p. 841, (v. 2) ; ordinance forbidding sale of intoxicating liquors to, and the purchase of clothing, etc., from, (1777), p. 2773 (v. 6) ; treatment of, by lessees of King's Posts, (1785), p. 2777, (v. 6) ; settlements within reserves forbidden, (1786), p. 856, (v. 2) ; grants may be made of exclusive trade with, (1821), p. 199, (v. 1) ; frequenting Hudson's Bay posts, (1856), p. 2285, (v. 5).

“ Indians, The ” ; by William B. Cabot, (1922), p. 2621, (v. 5).

Indians (Labrador) ; reach Gulf of St. Lawrence by Caribou and St. Augustin rivers, (1705), pp. 3684-5, (v. 7) ; Courtentanche's meeting with a tribe in interior who had no previous knowledge of the French, (1705), p. 3689, (v. 7) ; advantages to them of post at Esquimaux Bay, (1744), p. 3310, (v. 7) ; (1746), p. 3318 ; control of spirituous liquors allowed to, by officers of King's Posts in French period, (1766), p. 3256, (v. 7) ; Moravian Missions desire that Esquimaux be kept separate from, (1781), p. 1338, (v. 3) ; care of, by lessees of King's Posts, (1785), p. 3261, (v. 7) ; instances of migratory habits, pp. 2612, (v. 5), 2623, 2633, 2638, 2640, 2643, 2785, 2786, 2788, 2791, 2797, 2805, 2813, 2814, 2820, 2822, 2825, (v. 6), 3223, 3304, (v. 7) ; enjoy protection and care of successive lessees of King's Posts, (1839), p. 3272, (v. 7) ; determination of, to visit missions at Mingan. (1845) pp. 2797, 3025, (v. 6) ; hostility between Esquimaux and, pp. 1355, 1356, (v. 3), 2637, 2639, 2640, 2651, (v. 5), 2780, 2783, (v. 6), 3311, (v. 7) ; accustomed to deal with French, (1744), p. 3311, (v. 7) ; government grant of money for, (1851), pp. 2811, 2812, (v. 6) ; appeal of Bishop of Quebec on behalf of, (1861), p. 2955, (v. 6) ; Order-in-Council granting relief, (1861), p. 2957 ; preponderantly Roman Catholic, (1862), p. 2820, (v. 6) ; vaccination by Newfoundland physician, (1873), pp. 382, (v. 2), 1475, (v. 3) ; description of, by Judge Pinsent, p. 1475 ; report of destitution among, (1893), p. 2959 ; (1896), p. 2962 ; relief measures, (1894), p. 2960 ; (1895), p. 2961 ; (1896), p. 2962, (v. 6) ; (1899), pp. 2963, 2964, 2965 ; number on Labrador Peninsula, (Low. 1895), p. 26072607 ; mode of life and travel, (Low, 1895), p. 2612, (v. 5) ; described by Pritchard, (1911), p. 2649, (v. 5) ; p. 2831, (v. 6), described by Cabot, (1922), p. 2621, (v. 5) ; interests of, safeguarded in extension of Quebec boundaries. (1912), p. 249, (v. 1) ; statement of expenditures by Canadian Governnent for relief and benefit of, (1923), p.2835, (See Montagnais and Naskapis.)

Interior, Department of, (Canada) ; respecting boundaries between Canada and Newfoundland on Labrador Peninsula, (1892), p. 145, (v. 1).

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Isle de Goelans ; particulars of concessions, (1736, 1738), p. 3721, (v. 7).

ltamamiou ; deed of fishing posts between Anse Ste. Claire and, (1808), p. 3168, (v. 7) ; sheriff's deed of fishing posts between Anse Ste. Claire and, (1808), p. 3181.

Irvine James ; remarks on Act 49 Geo. III. c. 27, (1821), p. 1218, (v. 3).

Ivertoke Inlet (Lake Melville) ; report upon, by Captain William Martin, (1821), p. 1222, (v. 3) ; Canadian establishments in, p. 1222.

Ivucktoke Inlet (Lake Melville) ; visit of brig Pelter to, (1823), p. 1258, (v. 3), (See Ivertoke Inlet, Touktoke Bay,)

Ivucktoke River, (the Narrows and Lake Melville) ; log of “Clinker.” (1820), p. 3862, (v. 8).

Ivory Coast ; extract from “ Encyclopaedia Britannica ” p. 2111, (v. 5).

Johnston, D. W. ; paper on location of sea-line with relation to estuary of Hamilton River system, p. 3789, (v. 8).

Johnston. J., Geographer ; memorandum by, respecting maps of Labrador, (1889), pp. 347-349, (v. 2) ; map of Labrador prepared by, p. 348a ; explanation of, respecting his map, (1895), p. 361, (v. 2).

Jolliet, Louis ; concessionaire jointly with Jacques de la Lande of the seigniory of the Isles and Islets of Mingan, (1679), p. 3431, (v. 7).

Jones, H. W. ; investigations in Hamilton Inlet and the Narrows off Rigolet, (1923), p. 2331, (v. 5) ; comments on observations of Vice-Admiral Learnmonth and C. Tate Regan, p. 3856, (v. 8).

Jones, Nathaniel ; deed of sale of Wm., Lampson's interests in Esquimaux Bay to, (1832), p. 3411, (v. 7) ; deed of sale of interests of, to David Ramsay Stewart, (1835), p. 3418.

Joy, Captain James G.; voluntary statement of, (1922), p. 1567. (v. 3).

Justice, Administration of (Labrador Coast) ; Part VIII, section E, (1763-1875), pp. 1360-1484, (v. 3) ; proclamation fixing times and places for court on, (1826), p. 1396, (v. 3) ; commission to Captain Paterson, (1826, p. 1398 ; English merchants desire that Courts be abolished, (1828), p. 1415 ; Cochran's defence of Courts, (1828), p. 1415 ; repeal of acts as to jurisdiction of court (Newfoundland Act. 4 Wm. IV, c. 20), (1834), p. 1423 ; explanation of foregoing measure, (1834), p. 1424 ; no court on Labrador Coast. (1838), p. 1425 ; consequences of absence of judicial system, (1840), p. 1426 ; petition for restoration of court, (1845), pp. 1427, 1428 ; Sir John Harvey's remarks upon, (1841), p. 1259, (v. 3) ; Governor Le Marchant's account of, (1848), p. 1260 ; Captain Loch of H.M.S. “Alarm,” urges arrangement for assuring, justice, (1848), p. 1429 ; petition for Stipendiary Magistrate or other agency for administering justice, (1852), p. 1430 ; threatened lawlessness, (1852), p. 1431 ; Governor informs Secretary of State that there has been no administration of law, (1855), p. 1432 ; Newfoundland Executive Council decides to introduce a bill for establishment of court, (1862), p. 1435 ; Act 26 Viet., c. 2 provides for better administration of justice, (1863), p. 1436 ; circuit courts provided, (26 Viet., c. 3.) (1863), p. 1439 ; letters patent for institution of court (1863), p. 1440 ; suspension of court, (1875), p. 1480, (v. 3) ; affidavit of Cluny Macpherson, M.D., (1926), p. 1481 affidavit of J. Grieve, M.D., p. 1483 ; case settled at Chateau. (1876), p. 1295, (v. 3) inconvenience from lack of court, (1878), p. 1574, (v. 3).

Justice, Adnninistration of (Newfoundland) ; review of courts, (1699-1793), pp. 1900-1907, (v. 4) ; Attorney General on respective powers of fishing admirals and justices of the peace, (1730), p. 1841, (v. 4) : authority to governors to issue commissions of Oyer and Terminer, (1737 1750), pp. 1898-1899, (v. 4) ; surrogate commissions (1765), p. 939, (v. 3) ; limited commission of the peace. (1772), p. 1967, (v. 4) ; disputes to be determined in Court of Session, or of Vice-Admiralty, (1775), p. 265, (v. 1) ; penalties and forfeitures dealt with, in Court of Vice-Admiralty, (1775), p. 271, (v. 1) ; instructions to Governor respecting Court of Civil Jurisdiction, (1790), p. 571, (v. 2) ; report of Lords of Trade on subject of establishing court of civil jurisdiction in, (1790), p. 1876, (v. 4) ; court of common pleas not founded on any legal authority, (1790), p. 1879 ; his Majesty may establish court of civil judicature, (1790), p. 1879 ; Act for establishing court founded on principle that Newfoundland should not be a colony, p. 1879 ; surrogate courts sanctioned, (1792), p. 291, (v. 1) ; court of




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