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“ Labrador, Life in ” ; by Rev. Henry Gordon, (1923), p. 2583, (v. 5).

Labrador Company vs. The Queen ; argument and judgment before Judicial Committee, (1892), p. 3511, (v. 7).

Labrador New Concern ; partnership agreement of, (1808), p. 3473, (v. 7).

Labrador Peninsula ; described by Father Albanel, (1671), p. 2998, (v. 6) ; description of, (1715), p. 3691, (v. 7) ; advantages of trade of France with, (1715), p. 3693 ; practicability of establishing an organized state in, (1715), pp. 3698-3706, (v. 7) ; supplement to memoir of 1715, (1717), p. 3707 ; overland journey by Frenchmen from Esquimaux Bay to Mekatina, (1749), p. 3336, (v. 7) ; no residence allowed on, p. 1011, (v. 3), and ante ; Palliser quotes Proclamation of October, 1763, p. 1011, p. 1039 (v. 3) ; extract from “ Short Account,” (attributed to Roger Curtis, (1772), p. 1053, (v. 3) ; account of Hendry's expedition into, (1828), p. 2780, (v. 6) ; of expedition from Rupert House, (1835), p. 2786 ; posts in Rupert's River District, (1836), p. 2791, (v. 6) ; description of, (Hind), (1863), p. 2823, (v. 6) ; legal opinion as to validity of Hudson's Bay Company's title to property on, (1866), p. 3506, (v. 7) ; Hudson's Bay Company state that the boundaries of their territory as “ on the side of Canada by the height of land whose waters flow into Hudson's Bay,” (1876), p. 2309, (v. 5) ; Simpson's reference to height of land separating, (1854), p. 2277, (v. 5) ; Simpson's statement that, “ is open for anybody,” (1857), p. 2281, (v. 5) ; map of, prepared by J. Johnston, (1889), p. 348a, (v. 2) : timber concessions by Newfoundland Government (1890-1906), pp. 1639-1647, (v. 3) ; report on fisheries by Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfell, (1892-1924), p. 2564, (v. 5) ; additional report by Dr. Grenfell, (1924), p. 2574; physical geography of. (Low, 1895), p. 2592, (v. 5) ; population of, (Low, 1895). p. 2606, (v. 5) ; population of, Robert Bell's estimate, (1895), p. 2653, (v. 5) ; extension of Quebec boundaries into, (1898), p. 246, (v. 1) ; grant of timber limit in, to Alfred Dickie by Newfoundland, (1902), pp. 132, 145, 147, (v. 1) ; map showing grant, p. 133, (v. 1) ; further extension of Quebec boundaries, (1912), p. 248, (v. 1) ; safeguarding of interests of Indians, (1912), p. 249 : furring and timber cutting on eastern part, (Grenfell), (1924), pp. 2570, 2571 ; documents descriptive of physiography, pp. 2590-2600, (v. 5) ; geology. pp. 2601-2605 ; ethnography, pp. 2606-2654, (v. 5) ; census returns for (1851-1921), p. 3727, (v. 8) ; documents relating to civil divisions of Lower Canada, affecting, p. 3991, (v. 8) ; documents relating to Hudson's Bay Company's territories within, p. 3511, (v. 7), p. 4030, (v. 8).

Lafontaine de Beleourt, Sieur de ; commission for as magistrate at Mingan, (1733), p. 2730, (v. 6) ; permission of Governor to, to occupy Gros Mecatina (1762), p. 3546, (v. 7) ; Governor's reply to complaint of, (1764), p. 3548.

Lake Melville ; tidal information respecting, (1921), p. 2360, (v. 5) ; salinity determination of, (1921), p. 2361, (v. 5) ; extracts from Dr. E. M. Kindle's report on geography and geology of district of, (1924), p. 2362, (v. 5) ; as habitant for cod, p. 2399, (v. 5) ; p. 2403-2413 ; fisheries in, (Grenfell), pp. 2566, 2569, (v. 5). (See Esquimaux Bay, Gross Water Inlet, Ivucktoke Inlet, Ivertoke Inlet, Hamilton Inlet.)

Lake St. John ; attached to King's Posts, (1733), p. 2741, (v. 6) ; visit of Father de Quen to, (1617), p. 2981, (v. 6) ; rendezvous of Indians, (1671), p. 2990 ; Albanel meets more than twenty nations at (1671), p. 2990.

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

Lampson, William ; deed of sale of Brunet's interests in Esquimaux Bay to, (1829), p. 3410, (v. 7) ; deed of sale of interests of, to Nathaniel Jones (1832), p. 3414.

Landmark, A. ; memorandum by, p. 3895, (v. 8).

Lands ; terms of proposed grants in Nova Scotia, (1763-1766), pp. 2211-2224 ; in Prince Edward Island. (1764), p. 2227 ; (1767), p. 2231 ; in Quebec, (1764), p. 2233 ; (1766), p. 2235 ; instructions to Haldimand respecting Bay of Chaleur, (1785), p. 2237 ; terms of proposed grant to Sieur de Stumpel in Nova Scotia, (1763), p. 2211, (v. 5) : in Quebec, grant to J. School-bred. (1788), pp. 2239-2246, (v. 5).

Lanouillier Sieur ; memorandum on the Ferme de Tadoussae, (1728), p. 3192, (v. 7).

Larkin, George ; report on conditions in Newfoundland, (1701), p. 1811, (v. 4) ; possessed confidence of government, p. 1892, (v. 4).

Laure, Father Pierre ; describes King's Posts, (1730), p. 3006, (v. 6).

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

Learmonth, Vice-Admiral Sir Frederick C. ; on the hydrographic survey and reports of the Canadian Government of Lake Melville, Hamilton Inlet and the Narrows, (1926), p. 2522, (v. 5) ; Captain F. Anderson's comments on observations of, p. 3836, (v. 8) ; comments of H. W. Jones upon, p. 3856, (v. 8) ; Dr. W. B. Dawson's comments, p. 3871, (v. 8) ; E. M. Kindle's comments, p. 3903, (v. 8).

Le Messurier, H. W., C.M.G. ; affidavit of, p. 4186 (v. 8).

Le Maistre, Francis ; appointed Inspector of Trade and Fisheries of Labrador, (1794), p. 1187, (v. 3).

Lemoine, Rev. Georges ; on his mission Labrador Coast, (1895), p. 2826, (v. 6).

Littlehales. G. W., C.E. ; memorandum by, pp. 3933-5, (v. 8).

London and Bristol Company ; charter of, (1610), p. 1701, (v. 4).

Low, A. P. ; report on destitution of Labrador Indians, (1893), p. 2959, (v. 6) ; extracts from “ Report on Explorations in the Labrador Peninsula,” (1895), pp. 2590, 2601, 2606, (v. 5) ; Indian travel routes and points of rendezvous in Labrador Peninsula, p. 2644, (v. 5).

Lower Canada ; constituted by 31 Geo. III, c. 31, (1791), p. 164, (v. 1) ; form of government, p. 164, (v. 1) : boundaries towards Upper Canada defined, p. 182, (v. 1), p. 1184, (v. 3) ; day for commencement of new constitution fixed, p. 185, (v. 1) ; limits described in Governor commission, (1791), p. 865, (v. 2) ; (1796-1835), pp. 875-6, (v. 2) ; Governor informed by Governor of Newfoundland of re-annexation of Labrador coast, (1809), p. 1200, (v. 3) ; Governor General transmits address from Legislative Council, praying for re-annexation of Labrador coast to, (1924), p. 1223 ; address, p. 1224, (v. 3) ; section of Labrador coast annexed to, (1825), p. 210, (v. 1) ; A. W. Cochran recommends modification of claim of, as respects Labrador coast, (1825), p. 1226, (v. 3) ; report of Committee of Executive Council on administration of justice on Labrador coast, (1837), p. 1241, (v. 3) ; reunited to Upper Canada to form Province of Canada, (1840). p. 214, (v. 1) ; documents relative to civil divisions of, affecting territory within Labrador Peninsular, [sic] p. 3991, (v. 8).

Lymburner, Adam ; statement of, as to lack of protection on Labrador coast, (1791), p. 1183, (v.3).

McGrath, Sir P. T. ; extract from “ Newfoundland in 1911,” by, p. 2576, (v. 5) ; affidavit of, (1926), p. 1566, (v. 3) ; p. 4187, (v. 8).

MacGregor, Governor William ; depth of coast line reserved in interest of fishery, (1905), p. 2169, (v. 5) ; extract from report of official visit by, (1905), p. 2584, (v. 5) ; (1908), p. 2585 ; observes Hudson's Bay Company did not pay duties on goods for interior, (1908), p. 1555, (v. 3).

McLean John ; extracts from “ Notes of a Twenty-five years' service in the Hudson's Bay Territory,” (1849), p. 2636, (v. 5) ; p. 2798, (v. 6).

McLean, Malcolm ; voluntary statement of, 3743, (v. 8).

McNeil, Israel L., Judge, Labrador Court ; report, (1874), p. 1478. (v. 3).

Macpherson, Cluny. C.M.G., M.D. ; affidavit of (l926), p. 1481, (v. 3).

Magdalen Islands ; application for grant of, refused, (1763), p. 929, (v. 3).

Magistrates on Labrador Coast ; Samuel Prowse, (1814), p. 1376, (v. 3) ; Andrew Pinson, (1816), p. 1376 ; John Anthoine, (1818), p. 1378 ; Andrew Pinson, (1818), p. 1378 ; Samuel Prowse, (1818), p. 1378.

Magna Charta ; chapter 26 quoted, p. 2100, (v. 5).

Malcomson v. O'Dea, (1862) ; quoted as to extent of public right of fishery, p. 2153, (v. 5).

Maps ; authorities and opinions upon evidential value of, p. 3755, (v. 8).

Marchand, Louis ; licence to Pierre Marcoux and, to trade in Esquimaux Bay, (1784), p. 3356, (v. 7).

Marcoux, Pierre ; licence to Louis Marchand and, to trade in Esquimaux Bay, (1781), p. 3356,

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(v. 7) ; respecting operations in Esquimaux Bay, (1787), p. 3357, (v. 7).

Marteilhe, John ; terms of proposed grant of land to, (1764), p. 2213, (v. 5).

Martin, C. A. ; appointed German Consul, (1892), p. 1351, (v. 3) ; affidavit of, (1909), p. 1308, (v. 3).

Martin, Captain, of H.M.S. “ Clinker ” ; report of, from Ivertoke Harbour, (1821), p. 1280, (v. 3).

Melville, Lake. (See Lake Melville.)

Merchants, West Country ; petition for enforcement of regulations in Newfoundland, (1663), p. 1747, (v. 4) ; petition against appointment of governor, (1667), p. 1749 ; reply to petition for regular government, (1668), p. 1755 ; petition for observance of present regulations, (1670), p. 1757 ; Captain Robinson's reply to, (1670), p. 1764 ; Captain Davis reports wrongdoing of, (1671), p. 1766 ; Sir John Berry finds charges brought by, against planters false, (1675), p. 1772 ; charges of leaving men in Newfoundland at end of season laid by Berry against, (1675), p. 1772 ; Berry amazed at untruths of, against inhabitants, (1675), p. 1774, (v. 4) ; complaint that Berry encourages inhabitants to remain in Newfoundland and to bring over others, (1675), p. 1776 ; charter of, for the Newfoundland fishery, (1676), p. 1777 ; to be called on to answer Berry's charges, (1676), p. 1784 ; do not observe rules of charter as well as inhabitants, (1679), p. 1788 ; disregard of statute by, (1701), p. 1811, (v. 4).

Michelin, John ; voluntary statement by, p. 3748, (v. 8).

Michelin, Joseph ; voluntary statement by, p. 3746, (v. 8) ; affidavit by, p. 4211, (v. 8).

Milbanke, Mark ; commission and instructions as Governor of Newfoundland approved, (1789), p. 564, (v. 2) ; admiralty instructions to, p. 567 ; additional instructions, (1790), p. 572.

Milne, Captain Alexander ; reports conditions on Labrador Coast, (1840), p. 1281, (v. 3).

Mille Vaches Seigniory ; history of, (1653-1864), p. 3190, (v. 7) ; concessionnaires of, have never had right to participate in trade of King's Posts, (Lampson, 1830), p. 3267 ; seigniory of, act of fealty and homage for, jointly with seigniories of mainland of Mingan and Anticosti, (1837), pp. 3495, 3502, (v. 7).

Mills, Thomas ; Receiver General of Quebec ; instructions to, to enquire as to expediency of continuing King's Posts in exclusive trade, (1766), p. 3250, (v. 7).

Mingan ; police ordinance for post at, (1733), p. 2730, (v. 6) ; petition from proprietors of seigniory, p. 993, (v. 3) ; p. 3639, (v. 7) ; report of Attorney General of Quebec upon, (1767) p. 997, (v. 3) : plan to unite Esquimaux Bay, post to, (1837), pp. 2793, 2794, (v. 6) ; Indians of interior determined to visit, (1845), p. 2797, (v. 6).

Mingan, Isles and Islets of ; act of fealty and homage for seigniory of, (1810), p. 3484, (v. 7) ; deed of sale of, to Hudson's Bay Company, (1836), p. 3191 ; concessionnaires of, obliged to grant the parts opposite the mainland to holders of tracts on such mainland, (4742), p. 3434, (v. 7) ; concession of, as seigniory to La Londe and Jolliet, (1679), p. 3431, (v. 7); inclusion of in properties of the Labrador New Concern, (1808), p. 3473, (v. 7) ; history of seigniory, (1661-1921), p. 3143, (v. 7) ; seigniory of Terre Ferme de, particulars of concession, (1661), p. 3716, (v. 7) ; seigniory of, particulars, of concession, (1679), p. 3716, (v. 7) ; rent due to seigniors, by concessionnaires of Gros Mecatina, (1743), p. 3541, (v. 7) ; leased, with Anticosti, to Dunn and Grant, (1771), p. 3437, (v. 7) ; mainland of, act of fealty and hommage for, with seigniory of Anticosti, (1781), p. 3442, (v. 7) ; partnership agreement to operate, (1789), p. 3447 ; mainland of, lease of, to McTavish, Frobisher and Co., (1803), p. 3457, (v. 7) ; sheriff's deed of part of, to John Richardson, (1808), p. 3466, (v. 7) ; sheriff's deed of, to John Richardson et al, (1808), p. 3478, (v. 7) ; mainland of, act of fealty and homage for, jointly with the seigniories of Mille Vaches and Anticosti, (1837), p. 3495 ; p. 3502, (v. 7) ; recognition as seigniory, (1856), p. 3525, (v. 7) : opinion of Rose and Ritchie as to validity of Hudson's Bay Compnny's title to, (1866), p. 3507, (v. 7).

Missions (Moravian). (See Moravian Missions)

Missions, Roman Catholic : arrangements for missionaries to go to Canada, (1615), p. 2968, (v. 6) ; proceedings of, p. 2970, (v. 6) ; Father Dolbeau sent to Tadoussac, (1615), p. 2971, (v. 6) ; missionary visits eight or ten nations towards Tadoussac, (1624), p. 2973, (v. 6) ; Montagnais solicit missionaries, (1640-41), p. 2974, (v. 6) ; account of establishment of mission at Tadonssac, (1640-41), p. 2974, (v. 6) ; list of missionaries at

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Tadoussac, (1640-1863), p. 3060, (v. 6) ; visit of Father de Quen to Lake St. John, (1647), p. 2981, (v. 6) ; growing influence of, among Montagnais, (1649-1650), p. 2982, (v. 6) ; letters patent establishing bishop in Canada, (1659), p. 2983, (v. 6) ; among Kilistinons, (1661), p. 2984, (v. 6) ; journal of Father Crépieul, (1673-74), p. 2999, (v. 6) ; Intendant at Quebec on necessity of continuing succour to, (1699), pp. 3002, 3003 ; revenues of Jesuits in Canada, (1701), p. 3004, (v, 6) ; resumption, of, after twenty years, (1730), p. 3005, (v. 6) ; influence of, at King's Posts, (1733), p. 2743, (v. 6) ; missionary represents case of Indians to Governor Murray, (1760), p. 2761, (v. 6) ; mandement of Bishop Hubert concern—Montagnais, (1790), p. 3007, (v. 6) ; Bishop of Quebec informing Mr. McTavish of practice of lessees of King's Posts towards missionaries, (1803), p. 3008, (v. 6) ; Bishop of Quebec notifies Apostolic Vicar of Newfoundland of annexation of Labrador Coast to Newfoundland, (1809), p. 3010, (v. 6) ; offers to carry on missions as vicar general of latter, (1820), p. 3011 asks for powers as vicar-general, (1832), p. 3012 ; Bishop obtains indult from Pope, (1833), p. 3013 ; (1834), p. 3014, (v. 6) : Father Belleau takes missions at King's Posts, (1831), p. 3271, (v. 7) ; Bishop of Quebec informs Apostolic Vicar of Newfoundland of spiritual needs of Esquimaux Bay Indians, (1838), p. 3015, (v. 6) ; missions east of St. John's River entrusted to Father Boucher, (1838), p. 3015, (v. 6) ; Bishop of Quebec outlines condition and requirements of, (1844), p. 3017 ; Oblate Fathers to enter field, (1844), p. 3019, (v. 6) ; Father Fiset sent to Labrador Coast missions, (1844), p. 3020 ; instructions to Father Honorat, Oblate father, (1844), p. 3021 ; determination of Indians to visit Mingan to see, (1845), p. 2797, (v. 6) ; Father Durocher among Montagnais, (1845), p. 3025 ; (1846), p. 3028, (v. 6) ; Rev. M. Desruisseaux sent to part of Labrador Coast in Newfoundland diocese, (1847), pp. 3032, 3033 ; Father Durocher entrusted with Eastern Labrador Coast, (1849), pp. 3034, 3035 ; Father Belanger accepts Labrador mission, (1850), p. 3036, (v. 6) ; account of Labrador mission by Father Arnaud, (1850), p. 3037. (v. 6) ; appeal of Bishop of Sidyme for land reserves for Montagnais, (1851), p. 2808, (v. 6) ; appeal of Archbishop of Quebec for reserves for Montagnais, (1851), p. 2810, (v. 6) ; extension of Quebec Diocese to Blanc Sablon proposed, (1852), pp. 3043, 3044, 3045 ; papal authority for, (1853), p. 3046 ; Father Durocher's report, (1853), p. 3048 ; objections to overland journey to Esquimaux Bay by missionaries, (1853), p. 2813, (v. 6) ; proposed assistance of Hudson's Bay Company to missionaries visiting Naskapis, (1858), p. 2814 ; mission of Reverend J. B. A. Ferland to Labrador Coast, (1859), p. 2815 ; Hudson's Bay Company oilers to facilitate mission to Esquimaux Bay, (1853), p. 3049, (v. 6) ; attempt of Father Arnaud to reach Esquimaux Bay, (1854), p. 3052, (v. 6) : second attempt, (1855), p. 3056 ; report of Father Arnaud on missions to Naskapis, (1859), p. 3061, (v. 6) ; appeal of Bishop of Quebec on behalf of Labrador Indians, (1861), p. 2955. (v. 6) ; control of, over Labrador Indians, (1862), p. 2820, (v. 6) ; disappointing visit of Father Babel to Hamilton River, (1866), p. 3067, (v. 6) ; successful visit of Father Babel to Esquimaux Bay, (1867), p. 3068 ; (1868), p. 3070 ; Father Arnaud at Esquimaux Bay Mission, (1871), p. 3072 ; (1872), p. 3074, (v. 6) ; list of, among Montagnais, (1877), p. 3076, (v. 6) : Father Lacasse's report of mission among Naskapis, (1878), p. 3077, (v. 6) ; extent of jurisdiction of Vicar Apostolic of Gulf of St. Lawrence, (1921), p. 3083, (v. 6).

Mistassini, Lake ; King's Post at, (1733), p. 2741, (v. 6).

Mitchell, Edward ; affidavit of, (1909), p. 1560, (v. 3).

Monroe and Pinckney ; quoted on watershed doctrine, p. 2122, (v. 5).

Montagamiou Concession ; history of, (1733-1808), p. 3164, (v. 7) ; concession to Lafontaine of, (1733), p. 3527, (v. 7) ; confirmation of concession, (1736), p. 3529 ; sale of, (1764), p. 3531, particulars of concession , (1733), p. 3724.

Montagnais ; Father Dolbeau sent among, (1615), p. 2971, (v. 6) ; eight or ten nations in Eastern New France visited by missionaries, (1624), p. 2973, (v. 6) ; solicit missionaries to establish themselves at Tadoussac, (1640-41), p. 2974, (v. 6) ; growing influence of missionaries among, (1649-1650), p. 2982, (v. 6) ; necessary to prevent, making war on Esquimaux, (1715), p. 3697, (v. 7) ; includes Naskapis, (1744), p. 2748, (v. 6) ; Murray's account of, (1762), p. 895, (v. 3) ; petition of, for protection of their rights as free people, (1765), p. 3246, (v. 7) ; Palliser's observations upon, (1766), p. 959, (v. 3) ; their trade entirely with Canadians and New Englanders, pp. 960, 965 ; religious works translated into, by Father La Brosse, (1766-1782), p. 3059, (v. 6) ; Receiver General instructed to enquire as to

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whether old arrangements at King's Posts for benefit of, (1766), p. 3250, (v. 7) ; Shuldham's remarks upon, (1773), p. 1089, (v. 3) ; notes perpetual enmity between Esquimaux and, p.1089 (v.3) ; mandement of Bishop Hubert concerning, (1790), p. 3007, (v. 6) ; trade of in Esquimaux Bay region, (1842), p. 2484, (v. 5) ; described by Davies, (1842), p. 2797, (v. 6) ; account of mission among, by Father Durocher, (1845), p. 3025, (v. 6) ; (1846), p. 3028, (v. 6) ; petition of, for land reserves, (1850), p. 2808, (v. 6) ; (1851), p. 2810, (v. 6) ; list of missions among, (1877), p. 3076, (v. 6) ; described. by Turner, (1889-90), p. 2633, (v. 5) ; by Curtis, (1774), p. 2640, (v. 5) ; by Cartwright, (1792), p. 2641, (v. 5) ; by Low, (1895), pp. 2609-2611, (v. 5) ; by Abbé Huard, (1897), p. 2827, (v. 6) ; described in publication of American Ethnology, (1907), p. 2829, (v. 6) ; described by Prichard, (1911), p. 2832, (v. 6) ; Newfoundland Act respecting, (1 Geo. V. c. IV), p. 1630, (v. 3) ; intimate relations of, with other tribes, (Cabot, 1922), p. 2621, (v. 5). (See Indians, Labrador.)

Montagu, John ; commission and instructions as Governor of Newfoundland approved, (1776), p. 506, (v. 2) ; instructions, p. 507.

Montgomery, R. H., D.T.S. ; report on precise levelling in the Narrows between Lake Melville and Lester Point, (1923), p. 2324, (v. 5) ; supplementary report of, p. 3853, (v. 8).

Moore : extracts from “ Fisheries ” as to extent of public right of fishery, p. 2164, (v. 5).

Moore and Hall ; extracts from “ Foreshores ” as to extent of public right of fishery, p. 2163, (v. 5).

Moravian Missions ; introduced among Esquimaux (1764), p. 932, (v. 3) ; missionary able to speak Esquimaux language, p. 933 ; extract from petition of Unitas Fratrum, (1765), p. 1311, (v. 3) ; provision by admiralty to take four missionaries to Labrador coast to found mission, (1765), p. 1314 ; certificate of Lords of Trade respecting, (1765), p. 1315 ; proclamation of Palliser respecting, (1765), p. 1316 ; account of voyage of missionaries, (1765), p. 1317, (v. 3) ; order-in-council granting lands in Esquimaux Bay to, (1769), p. 1321, (v. 3) ; proclamation of Governor Byron for protection of, (1770), p. 1325, (v. 3) ; requested by Shuldham, to prevent Esquimaux from going South. (1772), p 1326 ; missionaries useful as interpreters, (1765), p. 946, (v. 3) ; Lords of Trade recommend grant of land to, p. 963, (v. 3) ; Palliser commends, 1032, (v. 3) ; Curtis' favourable remarks upon, (1773), p. 1090 ; Shuldham's report on, (1773), p. 1251, (v. 3) ; report on missions on Labrador coast, (1773), p. 1328, (v. 3) ; respecting further grants of territory to, (1771), pp. 1329, 1331 ; Shuldham's proclamation respecting, (1771), p. 1332 ; report of, (1775), p. 1333 ; proclamation of Edwards as to protection of, (1779), p. 1334 ; Cartwright complains that Esquimaux trade is engrossed by, (1774), p. 1153, (v. 3) ; admiralty orders respecting (1775), p. 499, (v. 2) ; (1779), p. 523 ; (1792), p. 585 ; extracts from reports of, (1773-1778), pp. 1340-1342, (v. 3) ; report of visit by Captain Martin to settlements (1821), p. 1345 ; proclamation of Governor Hamilton respecting, (1821), p. 1347 ; Hamilton's observations on their report of 1821, p. 1348 ; report to Governor Hamilton, (1822), p. 1349, (v. 3) ; report of, (1784), p. 1335, (v. 3) ; commended by Secretary of State, (1784), p. 1337 ; recommended re-annexation of Labrador coast to Newfoundland, (1784), p. 1338, (v. 3) ; instructions to Governor of Quebec respecting. (1775), p. 834, (v. 2) ; (1786), p. 857, (v. 2) ; reported to have turned traders, (1863), p. 2822, (v. 6) ; supplies for, to Labrador coast, to continue duty-free, (1870), p. 1351, (v. 3) ; account of, (Bell, 1895), p. 2654 ; judicial powers not granted to, (1905), p. 1352, (v. 3) ; extracts from “ Periodical accounts relating to Missions, etc..” (1790-1846), pp. 1354-1359, (v. 3) ; (1856-1894), p. 4176, (v. 8) ; described in Grenfell and. others, (1922), p. 2586, (v. 5).

Mount Murray Seigniory ; grant of, (1762), p. 3190, (v. 7).

Mullins Cove ; Newfoundland judge held court at, (1870), p. 1551, (v. 3).

Murphy. Martin ; affidavit by, p. 4183, (v. 8).

Murray Bay Seigniory ; grant of, (1762), p. 3190, (v. 7).

Murray, General James ; instructions by, for inspection of King's Posts, (1760), p. 3231, (v. 7) ; commision as Captain General and, Governor of Quebec, (1763), p. 756, (v. 2) ; report on state of government of Quebec, (1762), p. 893, (v. 3).

Mushualagan, Lake ; rendezvous of Naskapis, (1854), p. 3055, (v. 6).



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