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Letter: Mr. Crampton to Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick...
Letter: Mr. Crampton to Lord Clarendon...

Letter: Mr. Crampton to the Governor-General of Canada..
Circular: Mr. Marcy, United States Secretary of State, to the Collector
of Customs at Boston.

Letter: Mr. Crampton to Lord Clarendon...
Letter: Lord Clarendon to Mr. Crampton..
Letter: Mr. Marcy to Mr. Crampton.

Circular: Mr. Marcy, United States Secretary of State, to the Collector
of Customs at Boston.

Letter: Mr. Marcy to Mr. Crampton.

Letter: Mr. Crampton to

rd Clarendon..

Draft of Mr. Marcy's Circular enclosed in above letter..
Award: Liability of Great Britain to the United States for seizure of
schooner "Washington."

The St. Lawrence.

Resolution: United States Congress, terminating Reciprocity Treaty.
Letter: Mr. Cardwell, Colonial Secretary, to the Lords of the Admi-
ralty.

Letter: Mr. Stewart Campbell to the Canadian Secretary of State....
Memorandum: Mr. Stewart Campbell.

Report: Mr. Peter Mitchell, Canadian Minister of Marine and Fish-
eries.

Report: Mr. Peter Mitchell, Canadian Minister of Marine and Fish-
eries.

Letter: Mr. Stewart Campbell to Mr. Peter Mitchell.
Canadian Order-in-Council...

Instructions: Vice-Admiral Wellesley, British Navy, to officers em-
ployed in protection of fisheries.
Appendix (A) enclosed in above..

Circular: Mr. George S. Boutwell, United States Secretary of the
Treasury.

Letter: Mr. Hamilton Fish, United States Secretary of State, to Mr.
E. Thornton, British Minister at Washington.
Circular: Mr. George S. Boutwell, United States Secretary of the
Treasury.

Letter: Mr. Thornton to Mr. Fish.
Letter: Mr. Fish to Mr. Thornton..

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Letter: Mr. Thornton to Mr. Fish.

November 5.... Report: Mr. Peter Mitchell, Canadian Minister of Marine and Fish

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Message to Congress: The President of the United States. (Extract).
Canadian Order-in-Council..

Letter: Lord Kimberley, British Colonial Secretary, to the Governor-
General of Canada.

Judgments: Judge Hazen and Sir William Young..
Circular: Mr. George S. Boutwell, Secretary of the Treasury.
Letter: Mr. Fish, United States Secretary of State, to Sir E. Thorn-
ton, British Minister at Washington.
Letter: Sir E. Thornton to Lord Granville.
Letter: Mr. Fish to Sir E. Thornton....
Letter: Sir E. Thornton to Lord Granville.

Telegram: Governor of Newfoundland to Sir E. Thornton.
Letter: Sir E. Thornton to Governor of Newfoundland.
Halifax Commission under Treaty of Washington.
Halifax Commission: Report of Mr. Dwight Foster, agent of the
United States. (Extract.)

(Extracts)

Letter: Governor of Newfoundland to Lord Carnarvon.
Letter: Mr. Evarts, United States Secretary of State, to Sir E. Thorn-
ton, British Minister at Washington.

Letter: Mr. Evarts to Mr. Welsh, United States Minister at London.
Letter: Lord Salisbury to Mr. Welsh.....
Letter: Mr. Evarts to Mr. Welsh.

Letter: Lord Salisbury to Mr. Hoppin, United States Minister at
London.

Report: United States Secretary of State on the occurrences at For-
tune Bay.

Letter: Lord Granville, British Foreign Secretary, to Mr. Lowell,
United States Minister at London.

Letter: Mr. Evarts to Mr. Lowell..

Letter: Lord Granville to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury..
Letter: Mr. Lowell to Lord Granville.

Letter: Lord Granville to Mr. West, United States Minister at Lon-
don.

United States Congress: Resolution terminating the Fishery Clause
of the Treaty of 1871.

Notice of temporary diplomatic Agreement between Great Britain
and the United States.

Message to Congress: The President of the United States. (Extract).
Report: United States Senate Committee. (Extract).
Warning: The Canadian Minister of Marine and Fisheries.

Letter: Sir L. S. S West, British Minister at Washington, to the Gov-
ernor-General of Canada.

Canadian Order-in-Council..

Circular: The Canadian Customs Department..

Letter: Mr Bayard, United States Secretary of State to Sir L. S. S.
West.

Letter: Governor-General of Canada to Lord Granville.

Letter: Mr. Bayard to Sir L. S. S. West..

Letter: Mr. Bayard to Sir L. S. S. West.

Letter: Lord Rosebery British Foreign Secretary, to Sir L. S. S.
West.

Report: Canadian Minister of Justice.

Letter: Lord Rosebery to Sir L. S. S. West..
Letter: Mr. Bayard to Sir L. S. S. West.

Telegram: United States Secretary of State to the United States Min-
ister at London.

Letter: Mr. Phelps to Lord Rosebery.

Letter: Lord Rosebery to Sir L. S. S. West.

Report Canadian Minister of Marine and Fisheries.

Letter: Mr. Bayard to Sir L. S. S. West..

Letter: Governor General of Canada to Lord Granville.
Canadian Order-in-Council..

Accompanying report of the Minister of Marine and Fisheries.
Letter: Mr Bayard to Sir L. S. S West.
Letter: Mr. Bayard to Captain Jesse Lewis.
Letter: Sir L. S. S. West to Lord Rosebery..
Letter: Mr. Bayard to Sir L. S. S. West.
Letter: Mr. Bayard to Sir L. S. S. West..

Letter: Mr. Bayard to Mr. C. Hardinge, British Chargé d'Affaires at
Washington.

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PART II.-CORRESPONDENCE, &C.-Continued.

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Description.

Letter: Mr. Bayard to Sir L. S. S. West..
Canadian Order-in-Council.

Letter: Mr. Bayard to Mr. Phelps..
Letter: Mr. Bayard to Mr. Phelps..
Letter: Mr. Phelps to Lord Iddesleigh.
Letter: Lord Iddesleigh to Mr. Phelps.
Letter: Mr. Phelps to Lord Iddesleigh.
Letter: Mr. Phelps to Lord Iddesleigh..

Mr. Bayard's Proposal for settlement enclosed in above.
Letter: Lord Iddesleigh to Mr. Phelps...

Letter: Governor-General of Canada to Mr. Stanhope, British Colo-
nial Secretary.

Report: Mr. Daniel Manning, United States Secretary of the Treasury.
Canadian Order-in-Council.

Report: Committee on Foreign Affairs of United States House of
Representatives.

Report: Committee for Foreign Relations of the United States Senate.
Letter: Mr. Phelps to Lord Salisbury.

Letter: Sir L. S. S. West to Mr. Bayard..
Canadian Order-in-Council...

Letter: Mr. Daniel Manning, United States Secretary of the Treasury,
to Mr. Perry Belmont, Chairman of the Committee on Foreign
Affairs. (Extract.)

Letter: Governor-General of Canada to Sir Henry Holland, British
Colonial Secretary.
Letter: Governor-General of Canada to Sir Henry Holland..
Letter: Lord Salisbury to Mr. White, United States Minister at
London.

Copy of draft: Protocol communicated by Mr. Adams to Lord Clar-
endon, enclosed in above.

Letter: Mr. Bayard to Mr. Phelps..

Fisheries Arrangement proposed by United States, with "observa-
tions" of British Government, and reply of Government of United
States enclosed in above.

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PART II.

DESPATCHES, REPORTS, CORRESPONDENCE, &C.

No. 1.-1786, August 23: Extract from Instructions to Lord Dorchester as Governor of the Province of Quebec.

30. The extension of the limits of the Province of Quebec necessarily calls forth your attention to a variety of new matter and new objects of consideration: The protection and control of the various. settlements of Canadian subjects and the regulation of the peltrytrade in the upper or interior country on the one hand, and the protection of the fisheries in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and on the Labrador coast on the other hand point to regulations that require deliberation and dispatch.

33. The fisheries on the coast of Labrador and the islands adjacent thereto are objects of the greatest importance, not only on account of the commodities they produce, but also as nurseries of seamen, upon whom the strength & security of our kingdom depend.

34. Justice & equity demand that the real and actual property & possession of the Canadian subjects on that coast should be preserved entire, and that they should not be molested or hindered in the exercise of any sedentary fisheries they may have established there.

35. Their claims however extend to but a small district of the coast, on the greatest part of which district a cod-fishery is stated to be impracticable.

36. On all such parts of the coast where there are no Canadian possessions, and more especially where a valuable cod-fishery may be carried on, it will be your duty to make the interest of our British subjects going out to fish there in ships fitted out from Great Britain the first object of your care, and as far as circumstances will admit to establish on that coast the regulations in favour of British fishing ships, which have been so wisely adopted by the Act of Parliament passed in the reign of King William the Third for the encouragement of the Newfoundland fishery and you are on no account to allow any possession to be taken, or sedentary fisheries to be established upon any parts of the coast that are not already private property by any persons whatever, except only such as shall produce annually a certificate of their having fitted out from some port in Great Britain.

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