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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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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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    " You will observe that the ship yesterday had done half the deep water distance between France and the Great Bank." The following has been received from Captain Sherard Osborn "BREST, JULY 4. "All going well. Tests and signals satisfactory. Subscribers-only content

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    well. The expedition was, there- fore, only 280 miles from Hong Kong, and had reached the edge of the Great Bank, with soft bottom, which extends southward from ChiLa. The Government broker to-day gave 917 for £18,000. NewThrec per Cent Subscribers-only content

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    Bull Street. Conateists 'of 'a pillar letb' 61o*,'in,'G'ite4 Hahi;p'to' 'Street, siue'ton' fire.'V 7th Firsti heitn,'t'hi Mansion House London,of the: Great Bank of 'Englanid forgery 'ease,. ~pon of the, pamies. tq' which, iaehg bjY the niami of Walrre,'ht conduc~tedo some of' Subscribers-only content

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    the bounty system, but of the Bait Acts, But with trade competitions we have clearly no concern. On the Great Bank the Newfoundland fishermen must take care of themselves. But the existence of French rights along the shores of an Subscribers-only content

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    codfish ; (2) to indemnify the French lobster fishers; (43) to recognise the right of French fishermen on the Great Bank to buy and sell bait ,in the ports of the island; and '(4) finally to give France territorial compensation Subscribers-only content

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    of timber, on Tuesday t landed at Bangor two Newfoundland fishermen who were found in a small fishing-boat off Great Bank, I Newfoundland. The men, who are of French I nationality, and belong to St. Pierre, Newfoundland, r state that, Subscribers-only content

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    of Widow thi Eastwvood and Richard Beaumont. }louse,.Iarn, Gardeniaini Fold, 0 . 20 e. Croft 0 O 1 30 Great Bank . ........ .....9 3 2 0 Turnip Bank,;: . 'I 3 21 Crispin Bank'.; .-....... Far Smithy Ho-me . Subscribers-only content

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    the Irtale, thc (i/f'CroAt, tire 'tkr Hr/liin rops, the lbInec 1sluliri ( rS, tlwi Lillie /sknk, tire Srriug, tIre Great Bank, the Jrig and Croft, anid the Pelper pCruft, eon- tainting together by listimation, 28 Days. Wnrk, or threcabouts, arid Subscribers-only content

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    calledClough Banks, and which r are known by the Names of thi Hill Bank, Round k t, at Bank, Great Bank, Rough Bank, Toothill.Bank, and 'ties, Little Bank, contAilting 2A. 2R. 12'. and - ( The respective Occupiers will show Subscribers-only content

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    sidue oftire sid iFarmn, cailedtClough fBanks, and whiels) are known las' tire Names of tIle Hill Batik, Round Bank, Great Bank. 1Iough BmAun, Tooutill Batik, ond Little Batik, cortsinirig Os. Ci. _1-'. I '[ Tlhn respective Occupiers * ill saow Subscribers-only content

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    Cote Batik, in the Occupation of Eli Ilobson 1 2 1 . Bilberry Batik do. do. 03 23 V Great Bank do. do. 2 137 c 9 111 0 Lot 2. Another CLOSE or Parcel of LAND, in the Oceupation Subscribers-only content

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    ed :~~~~~~ 11J$, nOr edLot 17. Little Bank and Bentley Sprnitg Closes, 2 2210 a n - Lot 10. Great Bank noid Horse Posture Clooss, 3I1 8in Lot 1s. Upper asd Lower Boyle Fall Closes, .. 53 16tc *of Thle Subscribers-only content

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    Brooke and Mr. F. Hoerle. And also, all that PARCEL of LAND, being the North-eastern Corner of the said Great Bank, and upon part whereof the said Buildings stand: containing, with the Sito of the said Buildings, 1350 Square Yards. Subscribers-only content

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    C. Birooke anti Mr. P-. Hoerle. Andaliso. all that PARCEL of LAND, being the 2Nortli-eastern Corner of the said Great Bank, and spoln part whereof the said Buildings stand: eittaining, with the Site of the said ]Buildings, 135(1 Square Yfards Subscribers-only content

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    Croft - 1........ I0 20 The Rock Field-..........21 0 TIle Little Bank -I......... 3 19 The H1ohne-.............20 4 The Great Bank -2......... 22 15 IThe Plantations-........ .1 2 24 The Lane-............. 0 25o 5 ~~~~~~~~~17 1 3 Lot 3. All Subscribers-only content

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