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Musquaro Post ; described as short distance from Hamilton Inlet, (1808), p. 3265, (v. 7).

Narrows, The ; tidal information respecting, (1921), p. 2360, (v. 5).

Naskapis ; included among Montagnais, (1744), p. 2748, (v. 6) ; p. 3309, (v. 7) ; trade with, only through other Indians, (1753), p. 2752, (v. 6) ; Murray's account of. (1762), p. 895, (v. 3) ; twenty years desire of, for Christian instruction. (1845), p. 3027, (v. 6) ; eagerness of, to have missionaries in interior of Labrador, (1846), p. 3030, (v. 6) ; accompany Father Arnaud on expedition to reach Esquimaux Bay, (1854), p. 3053, (v. 6) ; assistance of Hudson's Bay Company to missionaries visiting, (1858), p. 2814, (v. 6) ; proposal to send missionaries to, (1859), p. 2818, (v. 6) ; report of Father Arnaud on mission to, (1859), p. 3061, (v. 6) ; movement of, towards Fort Chimo, (1867), p. 2825, (v. 6) ; mission among, at Esquimaux Bay, (1867), p. 3069, (v. 6) ; (1868), p. 3071 ; (1871), p. 3072 ; desire of, for religions instruction, (1871), p. 2958, (v. 6) ; Father Lacasse's report of mission among, (1878), p. 3077, (v. 6) ; description of, (1878), pp. 3080, 3081 ; described by Turner, (1889-90), p. 2634, (v. 5) ; by McLean, (1849), p. 2636 ; by Hind, (1863), p. 2638, (v. 5) ; described by Low, (1895), p. 2610, (v. 5) ; described as of one tribe and one tongue as Montagnais, (1895), p. 2826, (v. 6) : described in publication of American Ethnology, (1907), p. 2830, (v. 6) ; Newfoundland act respecting (1 Geo. V, c. IV), (1911), p. 1630, (v. 3) ; principal camping place of, (Pritchard), (1911), pp. 2648, 2650 ; described by Pritchard, (1911), p. 2832, (v. 6).

Naskapis, Lac des ; within limits of King's Post, (1733), p. 3210, (v. 7) ; (1749), p. 3338, (v. 7).

Native Savages; order of Palliser for establishing communication and trade with, (1765), p. 1297, (v. 3) ; report on complaint of French that they were forbidden to trade with, (1765), p. 1299, (v. 3) ; Palliser's order forbidding such trade, (1765), p. 1301, (v. 3) ; proclamation of Governor Byron, (1769), p. 1302 ; of Governor Shuldham, (1772), p. 1303.

Nekouba ; account of, (1661), p. 2985, (v. 6) ; attached to King's Posts, (1733), p. 2741, (v. 6).

Nesselrode, Count ; extract from letter from, to Mordvinof, p. 2110, (v. 5).

Newfoundland ; Sir Humphrey Gilbert's patent, (1578), p. 1691, (v. 4) ; Anthony Parckhurst's account of, (1578), p. 1696, (v. 4) ; account of Sir Humphrey Gilbert's voyage, (1583), p. 1698, (v. 4) ; charter of London and Bristol Company, (1610), p. 1701, (v. 4) ; formation of Guy's settlement, (1610), p. 1711, (v. 4) ; orders issued by John Guy, (1611), p. 1715, (v. 4) ; origin of disputes between resident planters and western merchants, (1618-1620), p. 1717, (v. 4) ; regulations for fishery, (1634), p. 1719, (v. 4) ; grant to Marquis of Hamilton, et al, (1637), p. 1723, (v. 4) ; recall of Sir David Kirke, (1651), p. 1738, (v. 4) ; commission to administer affairs of, (1651), p. 1738, (v. 4) ; appointment of John Treworgie as commissioner for, (1653), p. 1739 ; his instructions, p. 1740, (v. 4) ; Star Chamber rubs of Charles I, with additions by Charles II, (1660), p. 1744, (v. 4) ; petition from West of England merchants for enforcement of regulations, (1663), p. 1747 ; order in council. (1663), p. 1748, (v. 4) ; petition against a Governor for, (1667), p. 1749, (v. 4) ; appointment of commission of enquiry into affairs of, (1667), p. l750, (v. 4) : memorial respecting occupation by French, (1668), p. 1751, (v. 4) ; memorial for removal of French and establishment of government, (1668), p. 1752 ; statement of reasons for settlement of, under regular government, (1638), p. 1753, (v. 4) ; objections of West of England merchants to regular government, (1668), p. 1755, (v. 4) ; petition from West of England for observance of existing regulation, (1670), p. 1757, (v. 4) ; order-in-council approving of report of council of Plantations, (1671), p. 1759, (v. 4) ; order-in-council that no buildings be erected within 6 miles of shore, (1671), p. 1760, (v. 4) ; order-in-council that all ship masters give bonds to return all persons they take to, (1671), p. 1761, (v. 4) ; wrong-doings among West Countrymen, (1671), p. 1766, (v. 4) ; fears that inhabitants may be driven to accept service with French, (1671), p. 1766, (v. 4) ; fortifications ordered for, (1672), p. 1767, orders to return men at end of season, (1672), p. 1767, (v. 4) ; order for revival of regulations of 1670-1671, with additions, (1675), p. 1768, (v. 4) ; charges against planters and inhabitants who live within 6 miles of shore, (1675), p. 1768 ; plantation and inhabiting to be discouraged, (1675), p. 1770 ; inhabitants to be induced to leave, (1675), p. 1770 ; Sir John Berry's report of conditions in, (1675), p. 1772, (v. 4) ; Berry's report on conditions in, (1675), p. 1774, (v. 4) ; charter of West Country adventurers, (1676), p. 1777, (v. 4) ; Berry and Davis reaffirm their statements as to West Countrymen,

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(1676), p. 1784, (v. 4) ; Lords of Trade hear cases for and against West Countrymen and inhabitants of, (1677), p. 1785 ; commissioners to be sent out, (1677), p. 1786, (v. 4) ; orders that status quo be maintained until enquiry completed, (1677), p. 1787, (v. 4) ; Charles Talbot's report on conditions in, (1679), p. 1788, (v. 4) ; amendments to regulations for, (1680), pp. 1791, 1793 ; no buildings except for purposes of fishery allowed within one quarter of a mile of shore, (1680), pp. 1793, 1794 ; inhabitants willing to concentrate in few settlements, (1680), p. 1792, (v. 4) ; smuggling in, (1687), p. 1809 ; Secretary of Board of Trade reports no planters or government in, (1698), p. 1810, (v. 4) ; seigniory on North Shore of, conceded to M. de la Chesnaye, (1689), p. 3646, (v. 7) ; seigniory on south shore of straits of Belle Isle conceded to Riverin, et al, (1689), p. 3649, (v. 7) : report by Council of Trade and Plantations on importance of trade of, (1697), p. 1797, (v. 4) ; population should he limited to 1,000, (1697), p. 1797 ; report of Colonel. Gibson on affairs of, (1697), p. 1798 ; reports of Captain Norris on, (1698), pp. 1800-1801 ; Captain Francis Wheler on, (1684), p. 1806, (v. 4) ; Act to encourage Trade to, (1699), p. 250, (v. 1) (see Statute 10-11, Wm. III) ; British subjects only have free trade to, p. 250 ; fishing necessities and conveniences in harbours, etc., to be held for public use, p. 252 ; capital crimes committed in, to be tried in England, p. 254 ; bounties for vessels engaged in fishery at, (1775), p. 257 ; measures to compel British fishermen to return home at end of season, p. 263, (v. 1) ; disorder and anarchy increased from 1699 to 1729, p. 1893, (v. 4) ; report of George Larkin on conditions in, (1701), p. 1811, (v. 4) ; local assemblies exercising legislative, judicial and executive powers pass several laws, (1711), p. 1885, (v. 4) ; report of Lords Commissioners on trade and fishery, (1718), p. 1815 ; recommendation against settlement. (1718), p. 1836, (v. 4) : possessors of an inheritance in, had only an estate for life, (1728), p. 1889, (v. 4) ; board of trade recommend inhabitants should he encouraged to go to Nova Scotia, (1728), p. 1890 ; order-in-council approving of commission and instructions for Captain Henry Osborne as governor, (1729), p. 1837 ; commision, p. 1838, (v. 4) ; Attorney-General's opinion of powers of several officers, (1730), p. 1841, (v. 4) ; commission and instructions for Francis William Drake as governor, approved, (1750), p. 1843, (v. 4) ; commission, p. 1844, (v. 4) ; report of James Abercrombie as to nature of government, (1752), p. 1847, (v. 4) ; subjects of France to have liberty of fishing and drying on part of coast specified in treaty of Utrecht, (1763), p. 331, (v. 1) ; Lords of Trade report Governor of, acts principally under 10-11 William III, which only requires enforcing, (1763), p. 387, (v. 2) ; Governor directed to regulate his administration by this act, p. 396, (v. 2) ; instructions to Governor as to the trial and punishment of crimes, (1763), p. 403, (v. 2) ; admiralty instructions enjoin Graves to act conformably to commission and instructions as Governor, p. 406 ; also to see that all fishermen from Great Britain are returned home at end of season, p. 407 ; Lords of Trade report it to be only temporary fishery, where no regular civil government is required, (1763), p. 909, (v. 3) ; admiralty orders that all British fishermen be brought home at end of season, (1765), p. 437, (v. 2) ; (1769), p. 459, (v. 2) ; representation of Lords of Trade on trade and fishery of, (1765), p. 1848, (v. 4) ; estimated population, (1765), pp. 1852, 1858 ; conditions in, (1765), p. 1852, (v. 4) ; Palliser's report on conditions in (1765), p. 1858, (v. 4) ; mode of securing lawful claims to property in fishing conveniences, (1765), p. 1862, (v. 4) ; report of Shuldham on conditions in, (1773), p. 1086 ; Edmund Burke's description of functions of Governor, (1774), p. 1139, (v. 3) ; admiralty orders to bring home fishermen at end of season, (1775), p. 497, (v. 2) ; act for further encouragement of fisheries by persons from British dominions in Europe, (1786), p. 273, (v. 1) ; details of bounties offered, p. 274 ; further measures against deserters, p. 279 ; report of Lords of Committee of Privy Council for Trade on Newfoundland fishery, (1786), p. 1868, (v. 4) ; recommendation, that residents should never be allowed to form themselves into a colony, or to possess in fee any landed property in, 1869 ; that those resorting to, should be induced and even compelled to return at end of fishery, except such as are necessary to prepare for following season's fishery, p. 1869 ; comments on proposed bill, pp. 1869-1872, (v. 4) ; no buildings not required for fishery allowed within 600 yards of high water mark, (1786), p. 549, (v. 2) ; no right of property admitted in land in, (1786), p. 549 ; terms of grants of ships rooms in, (1788), p. 1924 ; report of Lords of Committee of Privy Council for Trade on subject of establishing court of civil jurisdiction in, (1790), p. 1876, (v. 4) ; British government always considered trade of Newfoundland merely as a fishery,

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(1790), p. 1878 ; no right of private property recognised in land not actually employed in fishery, (1790), p. 1926, (v. 4) ; act, for further encouraging and regulating fisheries in, (1789), p. 286, (v. 1); compared to a great ship, (1793), p. 1908, (v. 4) ; Knox describes measures taken to prevent increase of population, (1793), p. 1908 ; Knox's proposals to meet difficulty, (1793), p. 1909, (v. 4) ; Reeves' account of the nature of property in, (1793), 1912, (v. 4) ; Reeves' description of “ still nothing but a great ship,” (1793), p. 1916 ; Reeves saw no practicability in any scheme to diminish population, (1793), p. 1916, (v. 4) ; Governor Wallace directed to take effective measures to check inhabitancy, (1795), p. 1927. (v. 4) ; (1796), p. 1928, (v. 4) ; described by Governor Waldegrave as “ a sort of amphibious government, totally unlike any other,” (1797), p. 1929 ; report of Captain Ambrose Crofton on conditions in, (1798), p. 1189, (v. 3) ; Secretary of State declared Government's policy respecting inhabitancy completely defeated, (1798), p. 1930, (v. 4) ; land holders to be obliged by legislative measures to sell lands for cemetery, (1798), p. 1930, (v. 4) ; General Courts Martials authorised, (1798), p. 1930, (v. 4) ; no property in land permitted, (1802), p. 608 ; no buildings except necessary for fishing allowed within 200 yards from high water mark, p. 608, (v. 2) ; inquiry directed as to pretended claims and titles in real estate, pp. 608, 622 ; British fishermen to be induced to return at end of season, (1802), p. 613, (v. 2) ; no buildings permitted within 200 yards from high water mark, (1804), p. 621, (v. 2) ; private property in land prohibited. p. 621 ; Governor requested to report as to expediency of confirming titles, (1807), p. 626. (v. 2) ; no new possession to be allowed, pending inquiry, p. 626 ; granting of leases of land for fishing purposes described by Governor as regrettable as tending to colonization, (1808), p. 1931, (v. 4) ; Holloway on conditions in, (1808), p. 1196, (v. 3) : the Newfoundland Act, 1809, p. 190. (v. 1) ; Coast of Labrador re-annexed to, p. 195, (v. 1) ; Bishop of Quebec informs Apostolic Vicar of annexaion of Labrador Coast to Newfoundland, (1809), p. 3010, (v. 6) ; Duckworth's observations on conditions in, (1810), pp. 641-673, (v. 2) ; Duckworth reports that the fisheries are “ decidedly sedentary,” (1812), p. 1933, (v. 4) ; population cannot be checked, (1812), p. 1933 ; recommendation that land be granted for purposes of cultivation, (1812), p. 1934 ; no considerable tendency towards colonization, (1812), p. 1935 ; merchants in St. John's determined to insist upon proprietory right being established by 20 years quiet possession, (1812), p. 1936, (v. 4) ; regulation that nothing but fishing conveniences should be built within 200 yards of the shore disregarded, (1812), p. 1936, (v. 4) ; Governor authorised to grant leases of land for purposes of cultivation, (1813), p. 1972, (v. 4) Governor's proclamation respecting leases, (1813), p. 1972, (v. 4) ; Grand Jury on conditions consequent upon leasing of lands, (1813), p. 1973, (v. 4) ; instructions from Colonial Secretary respecting leases, (1814), p. 1974 ; sheriff Bland's account of conditions in, (1815), p. 1975, (v. 4) ; Bland's assertion that Newfoundland is colony in fact, if not in law, (1815), p. 1977 ; Bland on question of granting land, (1815), p. 1978. (v. 4) ; registration of grant of land, (1815) p. 1202, (v. 3) ; of sale of shipping room, (1816), p. 1204 ; of bond charging fishing room. (1816), p. 1206 ; authority for granting land for cultivation, (1817), p. 691, (v. 2) ; Board of Trade recommend letting land for cultivation, (1817), p. 1938 ; Governor Pickmore ordered to stay throughout the year, (1817), pp. 1939, 1940 ; Bishop of Quebec offers to carry on work on Labrador coast as vicar-general to Apostolic Vicar, (1820), p. 3011, (v. 6) ; memorial from inhabitants of St. Johns on the needs of the Island, (1821), p. 1979, (v. 4) Act 10-11 William III, c. 25, repealed and replaced by 5 Geo. IV, c. 51, (1824), p. 300 ; grants of waste lands in, sanctioned, (1824), p. 305 ; expiration of old system of Ship Fishery, (1824), p. 1941, (v. 4) ; corporations for government of towns in, sanctioned, (1824), p. 320, (v. 1) ; observations of Sir Charles Hamilton upon conditions in, (1824), pp. 692-713, (v. 2) ; impracticability of compelling fishermen to return to Great Britain, (1824), p. 711, (v. 2) ; old Maritime system of government ceased only though act of 5 Geo. IV, c. 51 and 67, (1824), p. 1943, (v. 4) ; instructions to Governor to appoint a Council for, (1825), p. 719, (v. 2) ; memorial of Chamber of Commerce St., John's opposing re-annexation of Labrador coast to Lower Canada, (1825), p. 1232, (v. 3) ; Chief Justice recommends despatch of judge to, (1825), p. 1236 ; census of, (1827-8), p. 1951, (v. 4) ; description of conditions in, (1831), p. 1944 ; discussion by Governor Cochrane as to desirability of legislature for, (1831), pp. 1946-1950 ; title to land in, (1831), p. 2038 ; representative assembly sanctioned, (1832), p. 321, (v. 1) ; assembly to be empowered to dispose of revenues, with reservations of salaries of Governor, etc., p. 322, (v. 1) ; instructions to Governor to call repre-

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sentative assemblies, (1832), pp. 726, 734, (v. 2) ; Royal Proclamation establishing electoral districts, p. 746 ; Legislative Council to be appointed, and general assembly to be summoned, p. 751 ; Governor Cochrane instructed to form legislature consisting of Governor, Legislative Council, and Assembly, (1832), p. 1954, (v. 4) ; Bishop of Quebec desires powers as vicar-general to Apostolic Vicar of for Labrador Coast, (1832), p. 3012, (v. 6) ; Bishop of Quebec obtained from Pope indult to act as vicar-general to Apostolic Vicar of, (1833), p. 3013 ; further on subject, (1834), p. 3014, (v. 6) ; Executive and Legislative Councils sanctioned, (1842), p. 323, (v. 1) ; Reverend M. Desruisseaux sent to part of Labrador Coast in diocese of, (1847), pp. 3032, 3033, (v. 6) ; Father Belanger sent, (1850), p. 3039, (v. 6) ; fishery negotiations, (1852) extracts from memorandum on, p. 2107, (v. 5) ; representation as to lack of missionaries on part of Labrador Coast within diocese of, (1852), p. 3040, (v. 6) ; announcement by Colonial Secretary of decision to grant responsible government to, (1854), p. 1985, (v. 4) ; power to admit, into Dominion of Canada, (1867), p. 218, (v. 1) ; extract from letters patent constituting office of Governor and commander-in-chief of Newfoundland and dependencies, (1876), p. 755 ; Governor sends Colonial Secretary letter from Judge Pinsent, (1888), p. 340, (v. 2) ; (1889), p. 344, (v. 2) ; Governor of, transmits to Colonial Secretary Minute of Newfoundland Council respecting Canada's representations, (1903), p. 135, (v. 1) ; Minute of Council, p. 136, (v. 1) ; notification to Governor General of Canada of concurrence in reference to Judicial Committee, (1907), p. 142, (v. 1) ; Act of 10 Edw. VII, c. 34, p. 4160, (v. 8). (See Justice, Administration of, (Newfoundland).)

“ Newfoundland and Labrador Pilot,” (1917) extracts from, p. 2486, (v. 5).

Newman, Hunt & Co. ; protest against reunion of Labrador coast to Lower Canada, (1825), p. 1227, (v. 3) ; reply of Colonial Office, p. 1228 ; instruction to Governor General Lower Canada, to secure proper administration of justice on coast, p. 1228.

Nitchiquon ; post established at, (1835), p. 2787, (v. 6).

Noble & Pinson ; application to be confirmed in possessions in Temple Bay, (1773), p. 1068, (v. 3) ; Lords of Trade upon application, p. 1069, (v. 3).

North American Fisheries Act, (1819), p. 1212, (v. 3).

North, River ; in Montreal Department, Rupert's Land, (1869), p. 240, (v. 1).

North West River ; opinion of Captain Hamilton that this post is not within Newfoundland jurisdiction, (1863), p. 1526, (v. 3) ; duties on goods for, not paid, (1864), pp. 1533, 1535, (v. 3) ; extract from diaries of Hudson's Bay post at, (1865-1883), p. 371, (v. 2) ; number of Indians trading at, (Low, 1895), pp. 2607, 2619, (v. 5) ; information respecting, from W. J. Carson, (1926), p. 1589, (v. 3) ; information from Ralph Parsons respecting post at, (1926), p. 1562, (v. 3) ; activities of Indians about this post, (1926), p. 385, (v. 2).

Nouvel Father ; visit of, to Papinachois, (1668-9), p. 2719, (v. 6).

Nova Scotia ; terms of proposed land grants in, (1763-1766), pp. 2211-2224, (v. 5) ; extracts from documents regarding limits of, (1755), p. 3755, (v. 8).

Oblate Fathers ; participation of, in missions on Labrador Coast, (1844), p. 3019, (v. 6) ; instructions to Father Honorat, (1844), p. 3021, (v. 6).

Ontario-Manitoba Boundary Case ; quoted on watershed doctrine, pp. 2130-2131, 2135-2151, (v. 5) ; quoted on evidential value of maps, (1884), p. 3759, (v. 8).

“ Oregon Question Examined, The ” ; quoted on Watershed doctrine, p. 2125, (v. 5) ; quoted on evidential value of maps, p. 3757, (v. 8).

O'Reilley, Joseph, I.S.O. ; examination of, p. 4184, (v. 8).

Osborne, Captain Henry ; commission and instructions as governor of Newfoundland approved, (1729), p. 1837 ; commission, (1729), p. 1838, (v. 4) ; proceedings of, (1729), p. 1893, (v. 4) ; exceeded his power in raising money for prison, p. 1894.

Ottawa and St. Lawrence Rivers ; river slope on, (1923), p. 2359, (v. 5).

Oumamiouek ; visit of Father Bailloquet to, (1660-61), p. 2986, (v. 6).

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

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Packard, A. S. ; extract from “ The Labrador Coast,” by, p. 4213, (v. 8).

Palairet, M. ; extract from “ A Concise Description,” (1755), by, p. 3783, (v. 8).

Palliser, Hugh ; commission as Governor and Commander-in-Chief over Newfoundland and dependencies, (1764), p. 411, (v. 2), instructions to, for protection of French fishermen in their treaty rights, (30 March, 1764), p. 415 ; instructions, (10 April, 1764), p. 418, (v. 2) ; proclamation of, respecting intercourse with Esquimaux, (1764), p. 930, (v. 3) ; remarks on trade, fishery, etc., (1764), p. 934, (v. 3) ; regulations for Labrador fishery, (1765), p. 937, (v. 3) ; reports meeting 500 Esquimaux, (1765), p. 946, (v. 3) ; report to Lords of Trade, (30 Oct., 1765), p. 948, (v. 3) ; additional instructions forbidding holding as private property of any lands, rivers or islands between Bonavista and Point Riche, (1765), p. 437. (v. 2) ; remarks on the present state of the Newfoundland fishery with suggestions for its improvement, (18 Dec., 1765), p. 1858, (v. 4) ; order of, for establishing relations with Esquimaux, (1765), p. 1297, (v. 3) ; admiralty instructions to, (1765), p. 438, (v. 2) ; (April, 1766), p. 445 ; (June, 1766), p. 447 additional admiralty instructions, (June, 1766), p. 459, (v. 2) ; proclamation admitting vessels from plantations to Labrador coast, (1766), p. 986, (v. 3) ; report to admiralty, (1766), p. 988 ; defence of his administration on coast of Labrador, (1767), p. 999, (v. 3) ; p. 1039, (v. 3) ; explanation to Carleton of his policy as regards Labrador Coast, (1767), p. 1013, (v. 3) ; commended for his administration, (1769), p. 1046, (v. 3).

Papinachois ; visit of Father Bailloquet to, (1660-61), p. 2986, (v. 6) ; visit of Father Nouvel to, (1668-1669), p. 2719, (v. 6) ; Father Boucher first missionary to winter at, (1675-77), p. 3057, (v. 6) ; King's Post among, abandoned, (1733), p. 2741, (v. 6).

Parckhurst, Anthony ; account of Newfoundland by, (1578), p. 1696. (v. 4).

Parsons, William Ralph ; affidavit of, (1924), p. 2258, (v. 5) ; (1926), p. 1562, (v. 3).

Passage-des-Loup Marins Concession ; history of, (1721-1743), p. 3189, (v. 7) ; concession of, to Andre Deleigne, (1721), p. 3671, (v. 7) ; Intendant's ordinance respecting differences between Marsal and Deleigne, (1743), p. 3673, (v. 7) ; particulars of concession, (1721), p. 3723, (v. 7).

Patterson, Captain William ; appointed Judge of Labrador Court, (1826), p. 1398, (v. 3) ; Justice of the Peace, (1826), p. 1399 ; instructions to, as judge on Labrador Coast, (1826), p. 1404, (v. 3) ; report on his judicial visit to Labrador Coast, (1828), p. 1413, (v.3).

Paul's Island ; acquisition of post on, by Hudson's Bay Company, (1869), p. 3422, (v. 7).

Peace, Justices of the (Newfoundland) ; complaints of, against Fishing Admirals, (1730), p. 1896, et seq., (v. 4) ; Palliser's report that they are responsible for decline of ship fishery, (1765), p. 1866, (v. 4) ; limited commission of, (1772), p. 1967, (v. 4) ; limited commission of the, (1810), p. 1371, (v. 3) : appointment of Justices of the, (1813), p. 1377 ; Philip Beard appointed, (1820), p. 1381 ; William Patterson and James Blaikie, (1826), p. 1401, (v. 3).

Pearce v. Scotcher, (1882) ; quoted as to extent of public right of fishery, p. 2153, (v. 5).

Pelly, J. H., Governor of Hudson's Bay Company ; relates the benefits derived by Indians who frequent the King's Posts, (1839), p. 3272, (v. 7) ; extract from evidence before committee on Aborigines, (1837), p. 4135, (v. 8).

Pendergast, J. L., M.L.A. ; appointed Acting Superintendent of Fisheries and Sub-Collector for Labrador Coast, (1856), p. 1283, (v. 3).

Penny, W.T. ; affidavit of, (1926), p. 1631, (v. 3).

Petit-Havre Concession ; history of, (1750-1754), p. 3179, (v. 7) ; to Antoine Marsal, (1750), p. 3597, (v. 7) ; particulars of concession, (1750), p. 3721.

Petit Mecatina ; history of concessions, (1740-1808), p. 3166, (v. 7) : concession of, (1740), p. 3533 ; particulars, of concession, (1740), p. 3719.

Phelippeaux Bay (Bradore Bay) ; history of concession, (1714-1808), p. 3176, (v. 7) ; concession of, to Courtemanche, (1714), p. 3575 ; Minister's injunctions respecting management of, (1706), p. 3576 ; confirmation of concession of, to Madame Courtemanche, et al, (1718), p. 3583 ; concession of augmentation of, to Madame



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