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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Carmelites, Cambridge

    in the same year their rights to the fishery in the water surrounding a meadow called Twinedholm, adjoining the Great Bank , were acknowledged. 10 The death of Simeon Stock in 1265 was followed by a reaction towards the purely

  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, May 1710, 16-31, 16 May 1710-31 May 1710

    June 2, that before the Island of Newfoundland, over against and 20 leagues distance from Cape Raze lies the Great Bank, in length about 120 leagues and in breadth 25, about which are several small Islands. On this Bank, and

    Journal, November 1723, Journal Book Z, 01 November 1723-30 November 1723

    from Cape Bonavista to the northernmost part of the island, and thence westward to Point Riche, and that the Great Bank being about fifty leagues distant from that island, was looked upon to be free to all nations. Colonel Moody

    Index, N, O, 01 June 1708-31 December 1709

    to hire, 158 ii., 158 x. -, Governors commissioned by Commodore Taylor, 756 ( b )., 911 xv. -, Great Bank, French fishery at the, 554 i. -, harbours of, 223 ii. -, Heads of Enquiry for, 460, 461. -,

    Index, N, O, 01 January 1710-30 June 1711

    -, provisions for, embezzled, 620, 628. -, government of, application for, 809. -, government of, application for, 809. -, Great Bank, the, 244. -, Green Island, 528 iii. -, imports of. value of, 85. -, inhabitants of, miserable condition of,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    recessary fur the mairtentance of the police. 15. As to the rifahi of fishing of thle Fienc eot the Great Bank of Newfoondjand, aod the adjacent islands, and in the G-dph of Saint Lilreuce, every thing to be teplacerl on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fishing is carried on in boats about eighteen feet keel, in the ofling by large boats, and on the Great Bank itself in schooners with a crew in proportion to the size of the craft. Eaclh person manages two lines, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not be dangerously near Cape Race-not dan- gerously for ourselves, but for the anchored schooners and smacks on the Great Bank, any one of which would be ploughed down by this huge vessel, with only perhaps one shriek of agony Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thzblic trmn%tMelftt THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGA IVuder thle OulSnagenent of Mr. M. H. fillON~ G -K IIR.- J. T TOOL E, 'Whos~encsmn antpsil i xeddby Eleven Triump, ait Reception Of IR. A N D DiRtS. BI L L I NCT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vubiic lalsvx-li'ityd THEATRE ROYAL. BIRMINGLIAM : Undler the m~anagenetofMiq.I. iajj,' n GREAT SUCCESS OF mR J. L. TOOLE ans M't an MR Bll Li>C~r : ' N and MRtS. H I S EVE 1N IING W ta ) u Subscribers-only content

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