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Courtemanche, et al, (1722), p. 3585 ; confirmation of, (1725), p. 3587 ; confirmation of concession to Brouage, et al, (1726), p. 3588 concession of, to the brothers De La Porte, (1744), p. 3590 ; petition of le Comte Dupre and others for, as heirs of Brouage, (1779), p. 3592 ; opinion of Cugnet respecting claim of Favry de Chantelon to, (1785), p. 3593 ; petition of A. R. Bondfield for grant of, (1763), p. 3597 ; particulars of concessions, (1714, 1722), p. 3720, (v. 7).

Philibot ; case of, p. 951, (v. 3) ; Palliser's answer, p. 952.

Phillimore, Sir Robert J. ; commentaries of, quoted on watershed doctrine, p. 2127, (v. 5).

Pickmore, Francis ; commision and instructions, as Governor of Newfoundland, etc., approved, (1816), p. 684, (v. 2) ; commission, p. 685 ; admiralty instructions, p. 687.

Pinckney and Monroe ; quoted on watershed doctrine, (1805), p. 2122, (v. 5).

Pinsent, Judge R. J. ; report of court of Labrador, (1867), p. 1454 ; (1868), p. 1459 ; (1869), p. 1462 ; (1870), p. 1466 ; (1871), p. 1471 ; (1872), p. 1474 ; (1873), p. 1476 ; retired, (1874), p. 1479.

Pinsent, Mr. Justice R. J. ; communication from, respecting Labrador boundary, (1888), p. 341, (v. 2) ; (1889), p. 345, (v. 2) ; correspondence of, with Colonial Office respecting Labrador boundary, (1890), p. 353-357, (v. 2).

Pinson, Andrew ; invited to comment upon Cartwright's memorial, (1773), p. 1067, (v. 3).

Pinware ; report on conditions at, (1873), p. 1294, (v. 3).

Placentia ; memorial respecting occupation of, by the French, (1668), p. 1751, (v. 4) ; conditions in, (1698), p. 1803, (v. 4) ; recommendation that it should be separated front Nova Scotia, (1729), p. 1891. (v. 4).

Plante, George ; wintered at Esquimaux Bay, (1785), p. 3357, (v. 7).

Planters (see Merchants, West Country) ; Palliser's description of, and suggestions for remedy for condition of, (1765), p. 1864, (v. 4) ; they, should be left free to return to Great Britain, (1765), p. 1864 ; described by Low, (1895), p. 2608, (v. 5) ; by Davies, (1842), p. 2795, (v. 6).

Pole, Charles Morrice ; commission and instructions as Governor of Newfoundland approved, (1800), p. 597, (v. 2) ; admiralty instructions, p. 598.

Portachois Seigniory, Newfoundland ; history of concession, (1705-1738), p. 3186, (v. 7) ; particulars of concession, (1705), p. 3718.

Postal Arrangements, Labrador Coast. (1867), p. 1604, (v. 3) ; pp. 1605, 1606 ; (1874), pp. 1172, 1610 ; (1874), p. 1615.

Pozer, Jacob ; lease to him of interests of Dame Cecile Dumontier in Esquimaux Bay, (1815), p. 3398, (v. 7) ; purchase by him of boats in Esquimaux Bay, (1815), p. 3401.

Prince, Edward E. ; Dominion Commissioner of of Fisheries ; statement respecting unfavourable conditions for cod in Lake Melville, (1924), p. 2399, (v. 5).

Prince Edward Island (formerly Island of St. John), Governor of Nova Scotia instructed to take preliminary measures towards settlement of, (1763), p. 2225, (v. 5) ; Lords of Trade on subject of granting lands in, (1764), p. 2227.

Pritchard, H. Hesketh ; extracts from “ Through Labrador,” (1911), p. 2646, (v. 5) ; p. 2831, (v. 6) ; p. 4214, (v. 8).

Proclamation, Royal (Oct. 7, 1763) ; terms of, p. 153, (v. 1).

Quebec ; report on state of government of, (1762), p. 893, (v. 3) ; Province of, papers relating to Civil Government in, p. 899-925, (v. 3) ; Lords of Trade recommend regular government for, (1763), p. 908, (v. 3) ; constituted by Royal Proclamation, (1763), p. 153, (v. 1) ; limits of, p. 153, (v. 1) ; p. 756, (v. 2) ; provisions for government of, p. 154, (v. 1) ; directions for land grants, p. 155, (v. 1) ; representative assemblies authorised, p. 758, (v. 2) ; Governor and Council empowered to grant lands, p. 761 ; regulations respecting granting of lands, (1768), p. 799, (v. 2) ; memorial of ancient subjects dwelling in, (1773), p. 1091, (v. 3) ; complaint of separation of Coast of Labrador from Quebec, p. 1092 ; same complaint by French Canadians, p. 1093 ; papers relating to origin of Quebec

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Act, pp. 1093-1141, (v. 3) ; Province of, limits as defined by Quebec Act, (1774), p. 158, (v. 1) ; p. 812, (v. 2) ; conditions of proposed grants of land, (1764-1766), pp. 2233-2236. (v. 5) ; instructions to Haldimand respecting land grants on Bay of Chaleur, (1785), p. 2237, (v. 5) ; grant to John Schoolbred, (1788), pp. 2239-2246 ; proceedings of Executive Council upon Cartwright's application for grant of Touchstoke Bay, (1788), p. 2251, (v. 5) ; Province of, divided into Upper and Lower Canada, (1791), p. 164, (v. 1) ; line of division between Upper and Lower Canada, (1791), p. 1184. (v. 3).

Quebec, Province of ; established, (1867), p. 217, (v. 1) ; boundary of, suggested by John Bignell, (1879), p. 2310, (v. 5) ; extension of boundaries to North West, North and North East, (1898), p. 246, (v. 1) ; Lieut. Governor of, transmits memorandum from his government, respecting alleged encroachment by Newfoundland in Labrador, (1902), p. 130, (v. 1) ; Lieut.-Governor transmits report of Minister of Lands respecting disputed territory, (1904), p. 137, (v. 1) ; Minister of Lands requests reference to Judicial Committee, (1904), p. 138, (v. 1) ; further extension of boundary, (1912), p. 248, (v. 1). (See Canada, Lower, Canada.)

Queen, The, v. Cox ; quoted for construction of “ high water mark on the coast,” p. 2095, (v. 5).

Radisson, Pierre Esprit de ; concession of siegniory of Anticosti to Desgroseliers and to, (1676), p. 3424, (v. 7) ;

Ravesies v. United States: quoted on definition of “ coast ” (1888), p. 2087, (v. 5).

Reciprocity Treaty, (1854) : text of, p. 2445, (v. 5) : awards by Hon. John Hamilton Gray under, pp. 2449-2478, (v. 5).

Reeves, John, Chief Justice of Newfoundland ; evidence of, as to lack of administration on LabradorCoast[sic], (1792), p. 1187, (v. 4[sic]) ; evidence of (1793), p. 1911, (v. 4) ; extracts from “History of the Government of the Island of Newfoundland.” (1793), pp. 1882-1910, (v. 4).

Regan, C. Tate. M.A., F.R.S. ; observations on the fauna and flora of Hamilton Inlet, p. 2509, (v. 5) ; comments of H. W. Jones on observations, p. 3856, (v. 8) ; comments of E. M. Kindle, p. 3910.

Revenue, Collection of, on Labrador coast ; Part VIII, section F, (1822-1908), pp. 1487-1572, (v. 3).

Richmond Fort ; extract from journal of, (1753), p. 2752, (v. 6).

Rigolet ; Labrador Court to be held at, (1827), p. 1407 ; (1829), p. 1417, (v. 3) ; Captain Hamilton doubtful whether this is under Newfoundland jurisdiction, (1863), p. 1526, (v. 3) ; M. Fortescue pays duties at, under protest, doubting legality of charge, (1881), p. 1553, (v. 3) ; Hudson's Bay Company can find no trace of instructions to agents to cease protesting while paying duties, (1923), p. 1563, (v. 3) ; Newfoundland relieves distress at, (1879), p. 1576 ; (1880). p. 1577 ; (1881), p. 1579 ; (1882), p. 1580 ; (1886-1887), pp. 1582, 1583, (v. 3).

River ; determination of limit, between “ Sea ” and, p. 2108, (v. 5).

River Mouths ; examples of, p. 3877, (v. 8).

Riviere des Francois ; particulars of concessions, (1716, 1751), p. 3722, (v. 7).

Robinson, Edward Colpitts ; affidavit of, p. 4174, (v. 8).

Robinson, Captain Hercules ; instructions to, to visit Labrador coast, and inquire into representation of Philip Beard & Co. (1820), p. 1278, (v. 3).

Robinson, Captain ; reply of, to West Country merchants, (1670), p. 1764, (v. 4).

Rose and Ritchie ; opinion of, as to Hudson's Bay Company's titles to property in Labrador Peninsula, (1866), p. 3506, (v. 7).

Round Island ; acquisition of post on, by Hudson's Bay Company, (1873), p. 3423, (v. 7).

Routh, Richard, Collector of Island of Newfoundland ; opinion of, as to efficiency of Act 10-11 Wm. III, c. 25. (1793), p. 1970, (v. 4).

Rowe, Martha ; Administratrix vs. the Heirs of Thomas Street, (1820) ; judgment in case of, p. 2029.

Rupert House ; attempt to establish regular communication between Fort Chino and, (1835), p. 2787, (v. 6).

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Rupert's Land ; admissible into Dominion of Canada, (1867), p. 218, (v. 1) ; surrender of, by Hudson's Bay Company, and admission into Dominion sanctioned, (1868), p. 219 ; carried into effect, p. 221 ; terms, p. 223.

St. Augustin ; history of concession, (1720-1808), p. 3170, (v. 7) ; concession of, (1720), p. 3556, (v. 7) ; p. 3557 ; (1753), p. 3559 ; grant of, (1761), p. 3560 ; proposal to establish Hudson Bay post at, (1860), p. 2819, (v. 6) ; particulars of concessions, (1720, 1750, 1753), p. 3720, (v. 7).

St. Augustin River ; highway for Indians to and from interior, (1705), p. 3685, (v. 7).

St. Johns, Island of (Prince Edward Island) annexed to Nova Scotia, (1763), p. 154, (v. 1) ; population of, (1831), p. 1945 (v. 4) ; Governor Cochrane would recommend municipal system for, (1831), pp. 1946, 1949.

St. Joseph, Fief of ; Act of fealty and homage for, (1837), p. 3495, (v. 7) ; p. 3502.

St. Lawrence, River ; river slope on, p. 2359, (v.5).

St. Lawrence, Gulf of ; French subjects to have limited right of fishing in, (1763), p. 331, (v. 1) ; Admiralty instructions respecting protection in, (1779), p. 524, (v. 2) ; deed of fishing posts between Ouramanne River and Straits of Belleisle, (1804), p. 3462, (v. 7) ; deed of fishing posts between Itamamiou and Anse Ste. Claire, (1808), p. 3488 ; partnership agreement of the Labrador New Concern, (1808), p. 3473 Sheriff's deed of fishing posts between Itamamiou and Anse Ste. Claire, (1808), p. 3481.

St. Modet ; history of concessions of, (1715-1849) p. 3182 ; concession to Pierre Constantine, (1716), p. 3616, (v. 7) ; particulars of concession, (1735), p. 3722, (v. 7) ; concession to Boucault and Foucault, (1735), p. 3618, (v. 7) ; Governor and Intendant directed to investigate rival claims of Constantin, and Boucault and Foucault, (1736), p. 3620 ; Intendant's ordinance forbidding Brouage, et al, to take seals below Phelypeaux Bay, (1736), p. 3622 ; enquiry into claims of Constantin and Boucault and Foucault, (1738), p. 3624 ; concession of Constantin to, confirmed, and that of Boucault and Foucault annulled, (1740), p. 3628 ; concession to Beard of, (1751), p. 3630 ; concession to Hoquart of, (1753), p. 3652 ; lease of, by Hoquart's representative, to John Ord, (1762), p. 3633, (v. 7) ; concession of, to Jean Taché, (1763), p. 3638, (v. 7) ; petition from proprietor of, (1767), p. 993, (v. 3) ; p. 3639, (v. 7) ; report of Attorney General of Quebec on, (1767), p. 997 ; application of Wm. Burgess for grant of, (1775), p. 3642, (v. 7).

Saint Paul Seigniory ; history of, (1706-1890), p. 3172, (v. 7) ; part of, included in properties of the Labrador New Concern, (1808), p. 3473, (v. 7) ; concession of, to Amador de Godefroy, (1706), p. 3565 (v. 7) ; particulars of concession, (1706), p. 3717, (v. 7).

Salinity of water samples from Lake Melville, (1921), p. 2361, (v. 5).

Salmon Fishery, (Newfoundland) ; papers regarding application of George Skeffington for, (1720-1723), pp. 1961-1963, (v. 4) ; not inconsistent with 10-11 Wm. III, c. 25, (1720), p. 1962 ; in Freshwater Bay, etc., to be encouraged and protected, (1763), p. 403, (v. 2) ; exclusive privilege of vice-admiral of harbour, (1765), p. 945, (v. 3) ; Palliser's report, on, (1765), p. 948, (v. 3) ; Palliser reports it comparatively inconsiderable and to be bestowed as rewards to cod and whale fishers, (1766), p. 983, (v. 3) observations of George Cartwright upon, (1773), p. 1061 (v. 3) ; John Cartwright's observations upon, (1773 ?), p. 1142, (v. 3) ; Lords of Trade recommended recognition of property rights in those engaged in this fishery, who send out vessels every year from Great Britain for the cod fishery, (1773), pp. 1070, 1071, (v. 3) ; order to that effect, (1773), p. 1074 ; Shuldham's proclamation as result of order, (1773), p. 1082, (v. 3) ; to be encouraged and protected, (1775), p. 492, (v. 2) ; (1786), p. 552 ; (1802), p. 610, (v. 2) ; regulations for, in Sandwich Bay, (1820), p. 1216, (v. 3) ; Captain Hamilton's report, (1863), p. 1524, (v. 3) ; address of House of Assembly of Newfoundland respecting the protection of, (1865), p. 1287, (v. 3) ; report of Judge Sweetland upon, (1865), p. 1288 Judge Pinsent's report on, (1868), p. 1458, (v. 3) ; (1869), p. 1462 ; Judge Pinsent suggests legislation on the right to posts, (1870), p. 1465, (v. 3).

Sandgirt Lake ; rendezvous for Indians, (1895), (Low), p. 2644, (v.5).

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

Sandwich Bay ; George Cartwright's activities at, (1774), p. 1153 ; regulations for salmon

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and herring fishery in, (1820), p. 1216, (v. 3) ; petition of Philip Beard & Co., (circa 1821), p. 1208, (v. 3) ; acquisition of posts on, by Hudson's Bay Company, (1873), p. 3423, (v. 7).

Sanson, Nicolas ; extract from “ L'Amerique en plusieurs Cartes,” (1657), p. 3771, (v. 8).

Saxon, Captain ; surrogate commission to, (1763), p. 1360, (v. 3).

Schmidt, Christian ; affidavit of, (1909), p. 2314, (v. 5).

Schomberg, Lieut. I. ; report on Jeremiah Coghlan's grievance, (1777), p. 1273 ; his order as surrogate, (1777), p. 1274, (v. 3).

Schuchert, Charles ; review of papers of E. M. Kindle and J. W. Gregory, by, p. 3949, (v. 8).

Sea ; determination of limit between “ river ” and. (See River).

Seal and Sea Cow fishery ; Lord North's description of methods, (1774), p. 1136, (v. 3).

Seal Fishery ; Cartwright's observations upon, (1773), p. 1060, (v. 3) ; described, (Low, 1895), p. 2609, (v. 5).

Sheriff on Labrador Coast ; commission to Wm. Dickson, (1826), p. 1402 ; Elias Rendell appointed, (1833), p. 1420, (v. 3) :

Shetelig, Dr. ; on geological conditions in Lake Melville, (1922), p. 2410, (v. 5).

Ship's Room ; title to ; Martha Rowe vs. Heirs of Thomas Street, (1820), p. 2029, (v. 4) ; The King vs. Cuddihy, (1831), p. 2031 appeal, (1836), p. 2049 ; The King vs. Luke Ryan, (1831), p. 2043.

Shuldham, Molyneux ; commission as Governor of Newfoundland and dependencies, (1772), p. 466, (v. 2) ; instructions, (1772), p. 469, (v. 2) ; report on trade and fishery of Newfoundland, (1773), p. 1083.

Simpson, Sir George ; stating Indians have crossed Height of Land, (1836), p. 2265, (v. 5) ; replying to charges against Hudson's Bay Company, (1848), p. 2266, (v. 5) ; correspondence relating to charges, pp. 2271-2276, (v. 5) ; orders to open communications within Labrador, (1849), p. 2798 ; opinion of boundaries of Hudson's Bay Company's territories, (1856), p. 2278, (v. 5) ; extracts from evidence of, before House of Commons Committee, (1857), pp. 2279-2289, (v. 5). (See Hudson's Bay Company.)

Skeffington, George ; papers regarding his application for salmon fishery in Newfoundland, (1720-1723), pp. 1961-1963, (v. 4).

Smith, Donald A. ; licence to celebrate marriages issued to, (1860), p. 1602. (See Hudson's Bay Company.)

Smith v. Andrews, (1891) ; quoted as to extent of public right of fishery, p. 2152, (v. 5).

Snook's Cove ; posts on, acquired by Hudson's Bay Company, (1865), p. 3421, (v. 7).

Soult, John Francis v. Corvette L'Africaine quoted on definition of “ coast.” p. 2079, (v. 5).

Stumpel, Sieur de ; terms of proposed grant of lands to, in Nova Scotia, (1763), p. 2211 ; p. 2219 (v. 5) ; obliged to surrender grant, (1761), p. 2218.

Statute, Imperial, 10-11 William III ; nothing to be done in Newfoundland or on Coast of Labrador repugnant to, (1763), p. 150, (v. 1) 10-11 Wm. III. c. 25 ; Governor of Quebec instructed to be governed by, on Labrador coast, p. 856 ; Governor to enquire whether amendments may be desirable, (1782), p. 539, (v. 2) : (1807), p. 619 ; nothing to be done contrary to, (1786), p. 550, (v. 2) ; Statute Imperial, 14 Geo. III. c. 83, (Quebec Act, 1774) terms of, p. 158, (v. 1) ; Statute, Imperial, 43 Geo. III. c. 138, (1774) ; extending jurisdiction of courts of Upper and Lower Canada to Indian territories ; ternis of, p. 187, (v. 1) ; Statute, Imperial 49 Geo. III. c. 27. (The Newfoundland Act, 1869) ; terms of, p. 190, (v. 1) Statute, Imperial, 6 George IV. c. 59. (1825), (The Seigniorial Act), p. 205, (v. 1) ; attaches section of coast of Labrador west of Blane Sablon harbour to Lower Canada, p. 210, (v. 1).

Stewart, W. J., Chief Hydrographer, Canada report on determination of slope of the Narrows between Lake Melville and Lester Point, (1923), p. 2319. (v. 5).

Surrogates on Labrador Coast ; Commission and instructions for, (1766), p. 1361, (v. 3) ; ordered to arrest men for murder, (1767), p. 11, 1364, 1367 commission and instructions to, p. 1964,

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(v. 4) ; Supreme Surrogate's warrant, (1810), p. 1367 ; extract from Surrogate records, (1810), pp. 1368-1369 Reeves' account of, (1793), p. 1903, (v. 4) ; doubt of Governor as to his authority to institute Surrogate Courts in Labrador, (1810), p. 1370, (v. 3) ; Act authorizing Courts, (1811), p. 1375 ; instructions for, (1816), p. 1377, (v. 3) ; sharp criticism of, by inhabitants of St. John's, (1821), p. 1981, (v. 4).

Swaffield, W. E. ; affidavit of, (1926), p. 384, (v. 2).

Sweetland, Judge ; report of, on Salmon Fishery on Labrador coast, (1865), p. 1288, (v. 3) ; report of proceedings of circuit court, (1863), p. 1443 ; (1864), p. 1446 ; (1865), p. 1449.

Tadoussac ; Father Dolbeau sent to labour among Montagnais at, (1615), p. 2971, (v. 6) ; account of establishment of mission at, (1640-41), p. 2974, (v. 6) ; historical notes on mission of Ste. Croix at, (1857), p. 3057, (v. 6) ; lease of Post at, (1728), p. 3192, (v. 7) ; extent of territory controlled from, (1728), p. 3193 ; obligations of lessee towards Indians, (1728), p. 3193 ; Traitte de, (see King's Posts).

Talbot, Antoine ; representations as to losses endured by, owing to lawlessness on Labrador Coast, (1849), p. 3643, (v. 7).

Talbot, Charles ; describes conditions in Newfoundland, (1679), p. 1788, (v. 4).

Taylor, Hannis ; extract from argument of p. 2115, (v. 5).

Temple Bay ; memorial from masters of whaling vessels concerning firing of woods at, (1767), p. 1266, (v. 3).

Thevenet, Joseph ; affidavit of, p. 4211, (v. 8).

Thevenet, Raoul ; voluntary statement of, (1921), p. 3739, (v. 8).

Thomas, William ; application for protection for posts on Labrador coast, (1777), p. 1164, (v. 3) ; commander of ships directed to afford protection, p. 1165.

Thornton, Sir Edward ; stating that the whole of Labrador outside Quebec as defined by 6 Geo. IV, c. 59. is under Newfoundland, (1874), p. 2293, (v. 5) ; explaining circumstances that gave rise to question, (1874), p. 2299, (v. 5) ; Colonial Office points out error in reply, (1874), p. 2301, (v. 5) ; Colonial Office states question of no importance as regards matter in hand, (1874), p. 2307, (v. 5).

Timber ; concessions of limits by Newfoundland Government, (1890-1896), p. 1639, (v. 3) ; cutting on Labrador Peninsula, (Grenfell), p. 2570.

Tirion ; extract from “ Hedenaagsche Historie of Tegenwoordige Staat van Amerika.” (1769), p. 3785, (v. 8).

Touchstoke Bay (Hamilton Inlet) ; report of Quebec Executive Council on application of Captain Cartwright for grant of land on, (1788), p. 1178, (v. 3).

Tracey, Prouville de ; commission of, (1663), p. 2710, (v. 6).

Treaty between Great Britain and United States, (Reciprocity Treaty, 1854) ; text of, p, 2445, (v. 5).

Treaty of Paris ; section III. quoted on definition of coast, p. 2101, (v. 5).

Treworgie, John ; appointed commissioner for Newfoundland, (1653), p. 1739, (v. 4) ; instructions to, (1653), p, 1740, (v. 4).

Trade. Board of ; reorganization of, (1696), p. 1795, (v. 4).

Turner, George, E. ; on policy of Newfoundland Governments as respects depth of shore reserved, (1923), p. 2170, (v. 5).

Turner, Lucien M. ; Ethnology of the Ungava District, (1889-90), p. 2628, (v. 5).

“ Twee Gebroeders,” The ; quoted respecting term coast, p. 2093, (v. 5).

Ungava. ; Hudson's Bay Company declined paying duties on goods for, (1864), p. 1533, (v. 3) ; report of Staff commander Boulton on survey of, (1880), p. 1618, (v. 3). (See Chimo).

Unitas Fratrum. (See Moravian Missions.)

United States of America ; Governor to observe provisional articles agreed upon with, (1783), p. 544, (v. 2) ; (1788), p. 558 ; (1792), p. 583 ; Secretary of State quoted on Watershed doctrine, (1818), p. 2124, (v. 5).



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