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civil jurisdiction sanctioned, (1791), p. 287 ; had exclusive jurisdiction while Governor was in Newfoundland, (1791), p. 288 ; court of criminal and civil jurisdiction sanctioned, (1792), p. 290, (v. 1) ; time governor, chief justice, surrogates leave their stations at end of season, (1793), p. 1912, (v. 4) ; inconveniences from this arrangement, (1793), p. 1912 ; Aaron Graham's account of, (1793), p. 1919 ; act for better administration of, (1824), p. 307, (v. 1), p. 1382, (v. 3).

Kaniapiscau ; in Southern Department Rupert's Land, p. 240, (v. 1) ; post established at, (1835), p. 2786, (v. 6).

Keats, Sir Richard Goodwin ; admiralty requests commission for, as Governor of Newfoundland. etc., (1813), p. 674, (v. 2) ; commission, p. 675 instructions, p. 677 ; admiralty instructions to, p. 681 ; authorized to grant leases of land for purposes of cultivation, (1813), p. 1971, (v. 4) Keats' proclamation respecting leases, (1813), p. 1972.

Kecarpoui ; history of, (1748-1808), p. 3169, (v. 7) ; concession of, (1748), p. 3554, (v. 7) particulars of concession. (1748), p. 3719, (v. 7).

Kennedy, William ; Simpson's reply to charges made by, (1848), p. 2266. (v. 5) ; letters to Simpson, pp. 2271, 2272 ; to Lord Elgin, p. 2275.

Kessessakiou-Kegaska Concession ; history of, (1701-1708), p. 3175, (v. 7) ; particulars of concession, p. 3724, (v. 7) ; grant to Courtemanche, (1702), p. 3679 ; instructions to Constantin respecting, (1703), p. 3680, (v. 7).

Kessessaskiou River (Hamilton River ) ; inclusion of, in grant to Courtemanche, (1702), p. 3575, (v. 7) ; Courtemanche's plan to make settlement at, (1716), p. 3579.

Kilistinons ; Mission among, (1661), p. 2984, (v. 6).

Kindle, Dr. E. M. ; extracts from report on “ Geography and Geology of Lake Melville District, Labrador Peninsula,” (1924), p. 2362, (v. 5) ; review of data concerning Labrador boundary, p. 3899, (v. 8) ; papers of, reviewed by C. Schuchert, p. 3919, (v. 8).

King, Sir Richard ; commission and instructions as Governor of Newfoundland approved, (1792), p. 574, (v. 2) ; commission, p. 575 ; admiralty instructions, p. 579.

King, The, v. Cuddihy, (1831), p. 2031, (v. 4), appeal of, (1836), p. 2049.

King, The, v. Forty-nine casks of Brandy ; quoted on definition of “ coast,” p. 2083, (v. 5).

King, The, v. Price ; quoted on evidential value of maps, p. 3763, (v. 8).

King v. Smith, (1780) ; quoted to extent of public right of fishery, p. 2152, (v. 5).

King's Posts ; history of, French regime, (1653-1760), p, 3119, (v. 7) ; British regime, (1760-1860), p. 3125, (v. 7) ; described by Father Laure, (1730), p. 3006, (v. 6) ; Hocquart's memoir on, (1733), p. 2731, (v. 6) ; extended to include territory between from Isle aux Oeufs to Moisy River. (1733), p. 3201, (v. 7). limits fixed by I Hocquart, (1733), p. 3208, (v. 7) ; memorial of lessee of, respecting trade at Esquimaux Bay, (1711), p. 2718, (v. 6) ; fears that post at Esquimaux Bay would injure trade at, (1744), p. 3310, (v. 7) ; advantages of union of Esquimaux Bay with (1711), p. 3313, (v. 7) ; p. 3316, (v. 7) ; (1716), p. 3319, (v. 7) ; decision of Intendant to unite Esquimaux Bay to, (1746), p. 3328, (v. 7) ; authority asked to lease, to Madame Fornel's partners, with view to practical attachment of Esquimaux Bay to, (1748), p. 3329, (v. 7) ; lease of, to Madame Fornel et Cie, (1749), p. 3213, (v. 7) ; terms of lease, (1749), p. 3214, (v. 7) ; intention of Intendant to annex Esquimaux Point to, (1749), p. 3219, (v. 7) ; memorial from Madame Fornel et Cie protesting against cancellation of lease, (1750), p. 3220, (v. 7) ; Madame Fornel's application for, due to apprehensions of misunderstanding of lessee of, (1749), p. 3334, (v. 7) ; injury to, by establishing post at Esquimaux Bay, (1719), p. 3336, (v. 7) ; extent of territory inland agents may cover, (Cugnet. 1719), p. 3337, (v. 7) ; agents of, travelled far into interior, (1719), p. 3338, (v. 7) ; Esquimaux Bay should be united to, (Cugnet, 1749), p. 3339. (v. 7) ; memorandum on. by Coquart, (1750), p. 3006, (v. 6) ; extracts from instructions by Intendant to M. Guillimin (1750), p. 3227, (v. 7) ; Madame Fornel's lease to he cancelled, but she to continue for year as manager, (1750), p. 3228, (v. 7) ; instructions to Thomas Ainslie to make tour of inspection, (1760), p. 3231, (v. 7) ; Murray's account of, and of arrangements made by him, (1760), pp. 3232, 3233, (v. 7) ; Murray maintained King's rights in, (1761), p. 3236, (v. 7) ; Ainslie's report of his proceedings as agent at, in 1761-2,

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(l786), p. 3236, (v. 7) ; lease of, (1762), p. 2756, (v. 6), p. 3238, (v. 7) ; Murray excepts Indian trade from grants of Murray Bay and Mount Murray seigniories, (1762), p. 3190, (v. 7) ; John Gray on the advantages of leasing system for. (1764), p. 3210, (v. 7) ; memorial of Richard Murray and John Gray respecting. (1764), p. 3242, (v. 7) ; invasion of exclusive trade of, (1765), p. 2762, (v. 6) ; petition of Dunn and Gray in consequence of free trade policy, respecting, (1765), p. 3244, (v. 7) ; extracts from Cugnet's report on, (1766), p. 994, (v. 3) ; Receiver General directed to enquire as to expediency of continuing old arrangements at, (1766), p. 3250, (v. 7) ; representation of Dunn and Grant as to their right to exclusive right of trade within territories of, (1766), p. 3251, (v. 7) ; extent of territories within, (Cugnet, 1766), p. 3254, (v. 7) ; number of Indian families frequenting, (1766), p. 3256. (v. 7) ; state of, (1767), p. 2760, (v. 6) ; declaration of exclusive rights of lessees, (1767), p. 2767, (v. 6) ; Order-in-Council confirming exclusive trade of lessees of, (1768), p. 3258, (v. 7) ; memorial of lessees respecting interruption of exclusive trade, (1770), p. 2769, (v. 6) ; petition for renewal of lease, (1785), p. 2777, (v. 6) ; p. 3261, (v. 7) ; summary of terms of lease of, (1785), p. 3263, (v. 7) ; summary of terms of lease of, (1786), p. 3264, (v. 7) ; summary of terms of lease of, (1802), p. 3265, (v. 7) ; Bishop of Quebec informs Mr. McTavish of practice of lessees towards missionaries, (1803), p. 3008, (v. 6) ; summary of terms of lease of, (1822), p. 3266, (v. 7) ; sublease of, to William Lampson, (1828), p. 3266, (v. 7) ; Lampson's argument for exclusive trade with Indians in favour of, (1830), p. 3269, (v. 7) ; pass into hands of Hudson's Bay Company, (1831), p. 3271, (v. 7) ; non-interference agreement with holder of Esquimaux Bay post (1835), p. 3421, (v. 7) ; Hudson's Bay Company request renewal of lease of, and relate benefits of, to Indians, (1839), p. 3274, (v. 7) ; summary of lease of, (1842), p. 3274, (v. 7), (See Tadoussac, Ferme de.)

Kirke, Sir David ; recall from Newfoundland, (1651), p. 1738, (v. 4).

Kopek, Adam ; affidavit of, (1909), p. 2313, (v. 5).

Knox, William ; extracts from evidence of, (1793), p. 1908, (v. 4).

Knutsford, Lord ; Colonial Secretary to Governor General Canada ; transmitting despatch respecting boundary, p. 339, (v. 2) ; transmitting letter from Newfoundland respecting Labrador boundary, (1889), p. 344, (v. 2) ; transmitting to Governor General of Canada correspondence of Judge Pinsent respecting Labrador boundary, p. 352, (v. 2).

Labrador Boundary Case ; correspondence leading to reference to Judicial Committee, pp. 428-448, (v. 2).

Labrador, Coast of ; Contremarche's description of section from Kegaska to Kessessakiou (Hamilton) river, (1705), p. 3683, (v. 7) ; King willing to give Courtemanche command on, (1708), p. 3568, (v. 7) ; Courtemanche prepared to accept on suitable terms (1711), p. 3573 ; Courtemanche appointed commandant, upon, (1714), p. 3574, (v. 7) ; concession of Phelypeaux Bay to Courtemanche, (1714, p. 3575, (v. 7) ; Sieur Brouage appointed commandant on, (1718), p. 3582, (v. 7) ; French fears that if they did not exploit Esquimaux Bay, the British would seize it, (1749), p. 3332, (v. 7) ; report of Lords of Trade on petition of merchants 14752), p. 885, (v. 3) ; defined in Graves' commission, (1763), p. 149, (v. 1) ; instructions respecting administration of justice upon, p. 150, (v. 1) ; placed under care and inspection of Governor of Newfoundland, (1763), p. 154, (v. 1) ; Lords of Trade report, it must either be settled or protected by cruisers to prevent French encroachments, (1763), p. 387, (v. 2) ; definition of limits in Graves' instructions, (29 March 1763), p. 391, (v. 2) ; Indians to be conciliated and induced to trade, p. 391, (v. 2) ; whale and sea cow fishery to be encouraged, p. 394, (v. 2) ; admiralty instructions that exclusive right of trade and intercourse with inhabitants be jealously safeguarded, (1763), p. 408, (v. 2) ; Annual Register on propriety of attaching to Newfoundland, (1763), p. 927, (v. 3) ; application for grants upon refused, (1763), p. 928, (v. 3) ; definition of limits under Governor of Newfoundland, (1764), p. 412, (v. 2) ; p. 418, (v. 2) ; instructions to Governor to report as to best, means of securing trade with Indians upon, p. 422. (v. 2) ; Palliser's report on, (1764), p. 934, (v. 3) ; grants by Governor of Quebec upon, (1764), p. 935, (v. 3) ; (1765), pp. 949, 951, 952 ; (1766), pp, 954, 957 ; regulations for fishery, (April, 1765), p. 937, (v. 3) ; surrogate commission for, (1765), p. 939, (v. 3) ; persons from Quebec forbidden to winter upon, (1765), p. 943, (v. 3) ; regulations for fishery, (August, 1765), p. 944. (v. 3) ; difficulties as to cancellation suggested owing to Treaty rights,

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(1766), p. 963, (v. 3) ; memorial of Quebec merchants, p. 966, (v. 3) ; Palliser's observations upon, pp. 969, 971 ; Fowler Walker's memorial, p. 973 ; report of Lords of Trade upon, p. 975, (v. 3) ; fishing admirals privileges upon, (1765), p. 944, (v. 3) ; disputes with Palliser respecting Forteau, (1765-6), pp. 951, 952, (v. 3) ; state of fishery, (1765), p. 965, (v. 3) ; visits to, by Governors of Newfoundland, (1765-1879), pp. 1648-1652, (v. 3) ; Palliser's report of returns from, (18 December, 1765), p. 1867, (v. 4) ; limits of jurisdiction of Governor of Newfoundland on, (1765), p. 438, (v. 2) ; blockhouse authorized, (1766), p. 446, (v. 2) ; Palliser's detailed report upon. (1766), p. 956, (v. 3) ; Palliser's proposals for encouraging fisheries, p. 982, (v. 3) ; Proclamation admitting vessels from plantations to fisheries on, (1766), p. 986, (v. 3) ; Palliser's reports exclusion of vessels from plantations, (1766), p. 992, (v. 3) ; suppression of disorder on, (1766), p. 1251, (v. 3) ; grants by Governor Murray upon, pp. 3148, 3150, 3157, 3165, 3168, 3170, 3171, 3178, 3180, 3185, 3189, (v. 7) ; petition from Jean Taché and heirs of Bissot and Joliet, (1766-1768), p. 993, (v. 3) ; report of Attorney General of Quebec upon, (1767), p. 997, (v. 3) ; report of Attorney and Solicitor General upon, (1768), p. 1018, (v. 3) ; report of Lords of Trade upon, p. 1021, (v. 3) ; Palliser's defence of his administration upon, (1767), p. 999, (v. 3) ; order against firing the woods upon, (1767), p. 1004, (v. 3) ; instructions respecting care of vessels at York Fort, (1767), p. 1005, (v. 3) ; memorial from British ship adventurers, (1767), p. 1008, (v. 3) ; regulations for establishment of British ship fishery on, (1767), p. 1010, (v. 3) ; no dwellers during winter permitted, except crews of fishing admirals, p. 1014, (v. 3) ; Palliser's additional regulations, (1767), p. 1011, (v. 3) ; Palliser reports on improvements in British ship fishery on, (1767), p. 1016, (v. 3) ; recommends extension of regulations of 10-11 Wm. III to, (1768), p. 1019 ; petition from masters of whaling vessels concerning the firing of woods by them in Temple Bay, (1767), p. 1266, (v. 3) ; representations of holders of the posts on, of hardships suffered at hands of Governor of Newfoundland, (1767), p. 3639, (v. 5) ; case of Canadian proprietors, (1768), p. 1023, (v. 3) ; Palliser on case, p. 1030, (v. 3) ; definition of limits, to Newfoundland, (1769), p. 452, (v. 2) ; enquiries to be made by Governor respecting, (1769), p. 456, (v. 2) ; admiralty orders to safeguard British exclusive trade on, (1769), p. 460, (v. 2) Pallisers' defence of measures on, (1769), p. 1039, (v. 3) ; petition concerning fishing posts on, (1770), p. 1049, (v. 3) ; obser vations of Lords of Trade upon grants, (1772), p. 1055, (v. 3) ; Shuldham's report on, (1773), p. 1088, (v. 3) ; boundaries under Newfoundland, (1772), p. 466, (v. 2) ; p. 469, (v. 2) ; recommendation of Lords of Trade that section between River St. John and Straits of Belleisle be annexed to Quebec, (1772), p. 1055, (v. 3) ; Lords of Trade instructed to confer with Governor of Newfoundland upon, p. 1058, (v. 3) ; petition of George Cartwright for grant of lands upon, (1773), p. 1059, (v. 3) ; Lords of Trade recommend recognition of property rights in those engaged in seal and salmon fishery who send out vessels every year from Great Britain for the cod fishery, (1773), p. 1070 ; p. 1071, (v. 3) ; order to that effect, p. 1074 ; proclamation as result of order, p. 1082, (v. 3) ; Lords of Trade recommend annexation to Quebec of section between River St. John and Phillipeaux Bay, (1773), p. 1073, (v. 3) ; order-in-council for annexing to Quebec section between River St. John and Phillipeaux Bay, (1773), p. 1075, (v. 3) ; Shuldham's report on extent of. under his governmnt, (1773), p. 1086, (v. 3) and on climate, etc., pp. 1086, 1089, (v. 3) ; Roger Curtis' report on visit to northern ports, (1773), p. 1090, (v. 3) ; complaint of Quebec citizens respecting separation of, from Quebec, (1773), p. 1092 ; p. 1093, (v. 3) ; Shuldham's despatch of officer to, (1773), p. 1254, (v. 3) ; references to, in the several drafts of Quebec Bill and explanatory papers, (1774), pp. 1104-5, 1106, 1107, 1111, 1115, 1118, 1119, (v. 3) ; Lord North's explanation of annexation to Quebec, (1774), p. 1125, (v. 3) ; Captain Phipps' objections, p. 1127 ; Carleton's statement, p. 1128 ; Admiral Saunders' objections, pp. 1135, 1138 ; Saunders describes duties of Governor of Newfoundland upon, p. 1136 ; Burke describes governor, p. 1138 ; amendment that Governor of Newfoundland should continue to have authority during fishing season, defeated, p. 1140, (v. 3) ; detached from Newfoundland included in Province of Quebec, (1774), p. 159, (v. 1) ; p. 813, (v. 2) ; instructions to Governor of Quebec respecting, p. 833, (v. 2) ; extracts from John Cartwright's considerations, (circa 1774), p. 1142, (v. 3) ; to be protected by commander in chief of H.M.'s ships, (1774), p. 1147, (v. 3) ; (1775), p. 1157, (v. 3) ; (1777), p. 1165, (v. 3) ; Shuldham's orders in consequence of these instructions, (1774), pp. 1148, 1149, (v. 3) ; George Cartwright's experiences upon, (1774), p. 1151, (v. 3) ; John Cartwright's proposal of reservation above high-water mark for sealers, (1774).

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p. 2250, (v. 5) ; instructions to Governor of Newfoundland to encourage whale and sea cow fishery, (1775), p. 482, (v. 2) ; admiralty orders respecting, (1775), pp. 498, 502, (v. 2) ; application for superintendent of fisheries on, (1778), p. 1170, (v. 3) ; Lieut. Governor or superintendent to be appointed, pp. 1171, 1172, (v. 3) ; Nicholas Coxe appointed, (1779), p. 1174, (v. 3) ; admiralty instructions respecting, (1779), p. 522, (v. 2) ; Governor of Newfoundland directed. to send munitions to Mr. Coghlan on, (1779), p. 1176, (v. 3) ; direction complied with, p. 1177, (v. 3) ; Moravian missionaries recommend re-annexation of, to Newfoundland, (1784). p. 1338, (v. 3) ; instructions respecting, (1786), p. 547, (v. 2) ; mentioned as within jurisdiction of Governor of Quebec respecting, (1786), p. 849, (v. 2) ; instructions to Governor of Quebec respecting, (1786), p. 856, (v. 2) ; to Governor of Lower Canada, (1791), p. 879, (v. 2) ; to Governors of Lower Canada (1807-1839), p. 882, (v. 2) ; admiralty orders respecting superintendence and regulation of fisheries on, (1788), p. 559, (v. 3[sic]) ; Captain Cartwright's application for exclusive grant of Touchstoke Bay, (Hamilton Inlet) and action of Legislative Council thereupon, (1788), p. 2251, (v. 5) ; statement of Adam Lymburner as to defenceless state of, (1791), p. 1183, (v. 3) ; admiralty instructions respecting, (1792), p. 584, (v. 2) ; Reeves's evidence as to lack of administration on, (1792), p. 1185, (v. 3) ; Francis Le Maistre appointed Inspector of Trade and Fisheries on, (1794), p. 1187, (v. 3) ; report of Captain Ambrose Crofton on conditions on, (1798), p. 1189, (v. 3) ; extent of admiralty jurisdiction over, (1802), p. 600, (v. 2) ; Gower recommends stationing frigate of sloop of war on, to secure observance of Treaty of Versailles by Americans, (1804), pp. 1276-7, (v. 3) ; deed of fishing posts between Ouramanne River and the Straits of Belleisle, (1804), p. 3462, (v. 7) ; deed of fishing posts between Itamamion and Anse Ste. Claire, (1808), p. 3468, (v. 7) : Alexander Forbes appointed Inspector of Trade and Fisheries, (1805), p. 1195, (v. 3) ; Governor Holloway suggests re-annexation to Newfoundland of, (1807), p. 1196, (v. 3) ; sheriff's deed. of fishing posts between Itamamion and Anse Ste. Claire. (1808), p. 3481, (v. 7) ; re-annexed to Newfoundland, (1809), p. 195, (v. 1) ; limits defined by Act, p. 195, (v. 1) ; surrogate courts authorized for, p. 197, (v. 1) ; limits within jurisdiction of Newfoundland, (1810), p. 639, (v. 2) ; Canadian embargoes on exporting foodstuffs always excepted Labrador Coast from their operation, (1812-1814), pp. 1219, 1225, (v. 3) ; Governor of Newfoundland explains laws governing landholding on, (1813), p. 1201, (v. 3) ; exclusive rights of Hudson's Bay Company on, safeguarded in North American Fisheries Act, (1819), p. 297, (v. 1) ; Captain Gordon ordered on inspection voyage to, (1819), p. 1211, (v. 3) ; Captain Hercules Robinson instructed to visit, (1820), p. 1278, (v. 3) ; fishery laws of Newfoundland not in force on, (1820), p. 1380, (v. 3) ; Governor's proclamations pronounced invalid, (1820), p. 1381, (v. 3) ; James Irvine asserts that French grants extended to Esquimaux Bay, (1821), p. 1219 ; petition of Philip Beard respecting, (circa 1821), p. 1208, (v. 3) ; report of visit to, by brig, “ Clinker,” (1821), p. 1280, (v. 3) ; collection of Greenwich Hospital dues upon, (1823), p. 1256, (v. 3) ; visit of brig, “ Pelter ” to, (1823), p. 1258, (v. 3) ; Act 10-11 William III, c. 25, repealed and replaced by Act 5 Geo. IV, c. 51, (1824), p. 300, (v. 1) ; all British subjects to enjoy free trade and right of fishing upon, p. 301 ; Supreme Court of Newfoundland to have full jurisdiction over, (1824), p. 307 ; Governor empowered to institute Court of Civil Jurisdiction on, p. 314, (v. 1) ; Lower Canadian Legislative Council pray for reunion to that province, of, (1824), p. 1224, (v. 3) ; section annexed to Lower Canada, (1825) ; p. 210, (v. 1) ; limits of jurisdiction of Governor of Newfoundland on, (1825), p. 718, (v. 2) ; A. W. Cochran recommends modification of Lower Canada's claim to, (1825), p. 1226, (v. 3) ; Newman, Hunt & Co., protest against reunion of, to Lower Canada, (1825), p. 1227, (v. 3) ; reply of Colonial Office, p. 1228 ; Governor General Lower Canada instructed to secure proper administration of justice on, p. 1228, (v. 3) ; impression of Under Colonial Secretary that population is wholly migratory and occupied in fishing, (1825), p. 1229, (v. 3) ; Chamber of Commerce St. John's opposes re-annexation of, to Lower Canada, (1825), p. 1232, (v. 3) ; memo. of Horton on question, p. 1235, (v. 3) Chief Justice Newfoundland recommends despatch of Judge to, (1825), p. 1236, (v. 3) ; documents showing reputation of Newfoundland's jurisdiction on, (1829-1926), pp. 2261-2318, (v. 5) ; sundry agreements made on, (1831-1854), pp. 1237-1239, (v. 3) ; Glenelg on protest against Newfoundland's legislating for, (1836), p. 1489, (v. 3) ; report upon, by Captain Milne of H.M.S. “ Crocodile,” (1840), p. 1281, (v. 3) ; limits of Newfoundland's jurisdiction defined in Sir John Harvey's proclamation, (1841), p. 1243, (v. 3) ; Harvey

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reports Civil Government withheld from, (1841), p. 1259, (v. 3) ; report of Captain Wyville on conditions on, (1841), p. 1282, (v.3) ; memorial of merchants engaged in fisheries on, protesting against collection of customs dues on, (1841), p. 1491, (v. 3) ; p. 1493 ; Governor of Newfoundland states his belief that Coast is in all respects, within jurisdiction of Newfoundland, (1841), p. 1495, (v. 3) ; Secretary of State confirms this view, p. 1496 ; experiences of the Collector, (1856), p. 1514 ; doubts as to whether it is in jurisdiction of Anglican Bishop, (1845), p. 1211, (v. 3) ; report of Anglican Bishop on, (1848), p. 1215, (v. 3) ; his desire for clergymen and schoolmaster, p. 1216, (v. 3) ; Le Marchant's account of administration of justice upon, (1848), p. 1260, (v. 3) : instances of lawlessness on. (1819), p. 3613, (v. 7) ; Newfoundland to engage vessels to protect fisheries, collect revenue and to convey judges on. (1856), p. 1283, (v. 3) ; definition of limits within jurisdiction of Newfoundland (1857), p. 753, (v. 2) ; arrangements for protecting fisheries and taking census on, (1857), p. 1284, (v. 3) ; census, (1857). p. 1592, (v. 3) ; establishment of schools, census arrangements and other miscellaneous activities by Newfoundland Government, (1857-1911), Part VIII. H. pp. 1591-1638, (v. 3) ; juristiction [sic] of Newfoundland on, (1863), p. 1285, (v. 3) ; Judge Sweetland's report of procedings of circuit court with account of general conditions on, (1863), p. 1443, (v. 3) ; (1864), p, 1446 ; (1865), p. 1449 ; Judge Pinsent's report, (1867), p. 1452, (v. 3) ; application of W. O. Bristeed for licence to search for cryolite on. (1868), p. 4137, (v. 8) ; Government aid, p. 1455 ; Pinsent's report, (1868), p. 1457 ; (1869), p. 1460 ; census returns, (1869), p. 1462 ; Pinsent's report, (1870), p. 1469 ; Government aid, (1870), p. 1466, (v. 3) ; Pinsent's report, (1871), p. 1469 ; (1872), p. 1472 ; Government aid, (1872), p. 1473, (v. 3) ; Governor Bannerman's explanation of the extent of Newfoundland jurisdiction, (1863), p. 1521, (v. 3) ; right of Newfoundland to collect duties upon, confirmed by Colonial Secretary, (1863), p. 1528, (v. 3) ; report of Judge Sweetland on Salmon Fishery, (1865), p. 1288, (v. 3) ; report of General Superintendent on protection of fisheries on, (1867), p. 1290, (v. 3) ; report on fisheries, (1872), p. 1292 ; report on fisheries (1876), p. 1295, (v. 3) ; relief of distress upon by Newfoundland, (1868-1896), pp. 1573-1590, (v. 3) ; Fortescue declares no relief given, (1878), p. 1574, (v. 3) ; principles upon which relief is given, (1879), p. 1575 ; Fortescue's rejoinder to rebuke from Colonial Secretary, (1881), p. 1578, (v. 3) ; Dr. Greenfell considers Newfoundland Government has done better than Canadian in this matter, (1896), p. 1584 ; census, (1869), p. 1593, (v. 3) ; Pinsent's report, (1873), p. 1474, (v. 3) ; vaccination of Indians from Canada, (1873), p. 1475, (v. 3) ; McNeil's report, (1874), p. 1478, (v.3) ; Government aid, (1874), p. 1479 ; census, (1874), p. 1595, (v. 3) ; correspondence between Great Britain and United States as to boundaries of, (1874), pp. 2293, 2305, (v. 5) ; question of establishing a German consulate on, (1879), pp. 1247-1249, (v. 3) ; Governor Glover having heard tales of distress proposes to visit, (1879), p. 1261, (v. 3) ; Newfoundland Act. 45 Vict., c. 8, regulating sale of intoxicating liquor on, (1882), p. 1623, (v. 3) ; proclamation of Governor of Newfoundland forbidding inland fishing, (1883), p. 385, (v. 2) ; disposition about North West River towards proclamation, p. 385. (v. 2) ; census, (1884), p. 1599, (v. 3) correspondence respecting boundary between Canada and Newfoundland (1888-1890), pp. 339-366 (v. 2) ; timber concessions by Newfoundland Government, (1890-1906), pp. 1639-1647, (v. 3) ; discussion of boundary between Canadian and Newfoundland delegates, (1892), pp. 362-366, (v. 2) ; German Consul appointed, (1892), p. 1351, (v. 3) ; judgment [sic] of Judicial Committee in case of Labrador Company vs, the Queen, (1892), p. 3511, (v. 7) ; extracts from Report of official visit by Sir William MacGregor, (1905), p. 2584, (v. 5) ; (1908), p. 2585, (v. 5) ; reservations of coast in grants by Newfoundland Government, (1906), p. 2257, (v. 5) ; Sir P. T. McGrath's observations on government on, (1911), p. 2576, (v. 5) ; Grenfell and others on, (1922), pp. 2578-2582, 2586, (v. 5) ; defects in means of communication, (1922), p. 2579, (v. 5) ; depth of coast required for fishery and other purposes, (Grenfell, 1924), pp. 2568, 2569, 2754, (v. 5) ; Newfoundland forbade cutting timber within three miles from sea, and trapping out of season, (1926), p. 385, (v, 2) ; relief given by Newfoundland Government on, (1926), p. 385, (v. 2) ; topography of, North East Coast by Reginald A. Daly, p. 2533, (v. 5) ; typical views of the topography of Labrador coast taken by Reginald A. Daly, pp. 2539-2561 ; documents relating to precise location of boundary between Canada and Newfoundland on, p. 3954, (v. 8) ; summary of Newfoundland's expenses on, p. 4162, (v. 8) ; religious ministrations on, p. 4192, (v. 8). (See Justice, Administration of, Labrador Coast.)



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