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21. A history of the west of England-Newfoundland fishery A history of the west of England-Newfoundland fishery Matthews, K. (Keith), 1938- Fisheries--Newfoundland and Labrador--History; Newfoundland and Labrador--History Thesis (Ph.D.)--Oxford University, 1968. History. Matthews' doctoral thesis examines the West Country men who left England to undertake the fishery in Newfoundland in the 17th and 18th Centuries. Includes an extensive abstract.

22. A hunter's camp-fires A hunter's camp-fires House, Edward John, 1879- Big-game hunting; Caribou hunting--Newfoundland and Labrador House writes about the big-game hunting expeditions he has undertaken in Canada, Newfoundland, Greenland, the western United States and East Africa. The book is extensively illustrated with the author's own photographs. Includes a description of a Newfoundland Caribou hunt (p. 80-[98]).

23. A journey to Grand Falls of Labrador A journey to Grand Falls of Labrador Bryant, Henry G. (Henry Grier), 1859-1932 Labrador (N.L.)--Description and travel; Labrador (N.L.)--History; Churchill Falls (N.L.) This is the account of Bryant's expedition to the Grand Falls of Labrador, now known as Churchill Falls. This expedition had the primary goal of obtaining a proper measurement of the height of the falls, which earlier accounts had given at 1500 feet. Not only did Bryant's expedition yield a more accurate measurement of 348 feet, other valuable information was collected; they gathered meteorological, ethnological, and botanical data, mapped the lower concourse of the Grand River, and also measured the altitude of Labrador's table-lands (p. 41-42).

24. A Labrador doctor A Labrador doctor Grenfell, Wilfred Thomason, Sir, 1865-1940 Grenfell, Wilfred Thomason, Sir, 1865-1940; Labrador (N.L.); Physicians--biography; Missions and Missionaries--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador 13th ed. -- This is the autobiography of Sir Wilfred Grenfell, a doctor who came to Labrador as a missionary and decided to stay there, becoming a great benefactor of the place and her people. In the book, Grenfell describes the way of life in Labrador, many of his experiences there as a doctor and a champion of both children and education, and the different people who had given funds, time, and effort to improve life in Labrador and northern Newfoundland. Woven into his story is the underlying theme of how so much good can come from volunteering, not only for those receiving the help, but also for those who give it. This was typical of Grenfell, who never tired of using whatever means at his disposal to make life better for the people of Labrador.

25. A Labrador spring A Labrador spring Townsend, Charles Wendell, 1859- Natural history--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador; Labrador (N.L.)--Description and travel A doctor and a naturalist, Charles Townsend spent May-June 1909 travelling through Labrador. Although his primary interest was ornithology, his book devotes chapters to trees and rivers, as well as the Aboriginal Peoples and Acadian settlers he encountered.

26. A lecture on Placentia A lecture on Placentia LeMessurier, Henry William, 1848-1931 Placentia (N.L.)--History "Delivered in the T.A. [Total Abstinence and Benefit Society] Hall" (title page). LeMessurier's lecture traces the history of Placentia from the earliest times to the present (1910), including a discussion of the name's origins and the recounting of numerous local anecdotes.

27. A letter to Albert Gallatin, on the French claims to the Newfoundland fisheries : written Oct. 1, 1822 A letter to Albert Gallatin, on the French claims to the Newfoundland fisheries : written Oct. 1, 1822 Rush, Richard, 1780-1859 Fisheries--Newfoundland and Labrador--History This letter was written in 1822 and sent by Rush, the American Minister to Britain, to Gallatin, the American Envoy to France, and discusses the claim of France to the fishing rights on the west coast of Newfoundland and how the American ships fishing in waters off Newfoundland may be affected should France prevail.

28. A man's helpers A man's helpers Grenfell, Wilfred Thomason, Sir, 1865-1940 Christian life; Labrador (N.L.)--Description and travel Sir Wilfred Grenfell reflects on what Christianity means to him, focusing in turn on the Bible, prayer, and Christian fellowship. In doing so, he relates many experiences from his life and work, such as his description of fellowship among the people of Labrador (p. 65-8).

29. A memorial, representing the present state of religion, on the continent of North-America A memorial, representing the present state of religion, on the continent of North-America Bray, Thomas, 1658-1730 Church of England--North America; Church of England--Newfoundland and Labrador; Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts (Great Britain); North America--Church History 2nd edition. As part of his appeal to have the Church of England undertake missionary work in the North American colonies, Thomas Bray begins by providing a short overview of the state of religion in each one, including "Mary-Land, Pennsylvania, the East and West-Jerseys, New York, Road-Island, Long-Island, North and South-Carolina, Bermudas and Newfound-Land" (p. 5). He then provides details on how to select and fund missionaries to expand the Church in North America. His report was influential in the founding of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts in 1701, and is a significant document in the history of the Anglican Church in the colonies.

30. A narrative of the shipwreck and distress suffer'd by Mr. Thomas Manson, of Lympson in Devon, and his A narrative of the shipwreck and distress suffer'd by Mr. Thomas Manson, of Lympson in Devon, and his ship's crew, near the coast of Newfoundland, in the year 1704 Treby, Henry Shipwrecks--Newfoundland and Labrador; Anne (Ship); Icebergs; Sea ice--Newfoundland and Labrador; A first-hand account of the shipwreck of the Anne and the survival of some members of her crew. In 1704, the vessel, under Master Thomas Manson and laden with salt from Portugal, struck ice and sank off the coast of Newfoundland. A brief summary is given on the title page.

31. A new art syllabus for Newfoundland schools A new art syllabus for Newfoundland schools Ryan, D. W. S. (Donald Wilson Stanley), 1921 Education, Secondary--Newfoundland and Labrador--Curricula; Art--Study and teaching (Secondary)--Newfoundland and Labrador--Curricula This is a curriculum for teaching art in high school grades nine to eleven in schools in Newfoundland.

32. A new yardstick for school building costs A new yardstick for school building costs School buildings--Costs A collection of articles from several 1956 issues of Canadian Builder magazine presented to Newfoundland's Department of Education as a tool meant to help minimize costs as new schools are being planned and built.

33. A Newfoundland story collection A Newfoundland story collection Wakeham, P. J., 1910- Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction This is Wakeham's seventh collection of short stories, which encorporate fact and fiction to create tales that will both interest young readers and introduce them to the history of Newfoundland.

34. A pamphlet on the mineral deposits of Newfoundland A pamphlet on the mineral deposits of Newfoundland Davies, Daniel James Mines and mineral resources--Newfoundland and Labrador This pamphlet includes information about both metallic and non-metallic ore deposits in Newfoundland and where the deposits are located. A list of Reid Newfoundland Company's land holdings in the deposit locations are also given.

35. A pastoral to the inhabitants of Bay of Islands, Bonne Bay, Cow Head, and neighbouring country in Newfoundland, A pastoral to the inhabitants of Bay of Islands, Bonne Bay, Cow Head, and neighbouring country in Newfoundland, in A.D., 1873 Curling, Joseph James Church of England--Newfoundland and Labrador--Pastoral letters and charges; Curling, Joseph James Joseph James Curling served as Anglican priest in the Bay of Islands region of Newfoundland from 1873-86. In this pastoral, he provides his new parishioners with a summary of his plans, including for the distribution of collection money, and instructs them on several matters of proper religious practice. The appendix includes prayers for different people and occasions.

36. A peep at Uncle Sam's farm, workshop, fisheries, &c. A peep at Uncle Sam's farm, workshop, fisheries, &c. Tocque, Philip, 1814-1899 Agriculture--New England; Industries--New England; Fisheries-- New England; New England--Description and travel; New England--Economic conditions A native Newfoundlander, Tocque arrived in Boston in 1849 to further his prospects. Much impressed, he recorded his own observations and added additional material from various sources, having as his goal to make his fellow Newfoundlanders more acquainted with the United States. Concentrating on the state of Massachusetts, Tocque discusses the agricultural, commerical and industrial activities carried out in New England. Includes numerous other facts and statistics on the United States in general.

37. A record of the extraordinary proceedings of the House of Assembly of Newfoundland : in the arrest and A record of the extraordinary proceedings of the House of Assembly of Newfoundland : in the arrest and imprisonment of Edward Kielley ... and subsequent arrest of the Honorable Judge Lilly and the High-Sherriff (B.G.) Garrett, Esq.) for, (as the House has it!) "breach of privilege!!" Newfoundland and Labrador--Politics and government--1763-1855; Newfoundland. House of Assembly; Denial of justice--Newfoundland and Labrador This is a record of events which were of immense importance to the British Empire, as they clearly defined the limitation of the power held by British colonial Assemblies. In 1838, Newfoundland House of Assembly member John Kent accused Dr. Edward Kielley of violating Kent's rights as a member of the House of Assembly by threatening him and calling him a liar during an argument between the two. Kielley was brought before the House, and having used language offensive to the House and Kent in trying to explain his actions, was illegally jailed without trial. Keilley was released from jail several days later, and upon hearing of this, the House then had both the judge and high sheriff responsible for his release arrested. Governor Henry Prescott stepped in to diffuse the situation by temporarily proroguing the House, with the final result being that in 1843, the Privy Council in Great Britain denied colonial Assemblies the right to commit citizens for contempt of House privileges.

38. A report of the members names belonging to the Benevolent Irish Society A report of the members names belonging to the Benevolent Irish Society Benevolent Irish Society (St. John's, N.L.) Benevolent Irish Society (St. John's, N.L.); Fraternal organizations--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's; Charities--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--Accounting "With the names of Donors and their Donations, statement of the Treasurers Account with the Society, Statements of the Treasurers to the Committee of Charity's Account, The Names of the Objects relieved, and what they have received, From the 3d of March 1806, to the 12th of October, 1807. Also, Shewing the Gross Amount of Tickets Sold for a Play performed in 1806, for the Benefit of the above Institution, and how the Net proceeds thereof have been applied" (title page).

39. A report on the layout and design of a proposed park surrounding Confederation Building at St. John's A report on the layout and design of a proposed park surrounding Confederation Building at St. John's Allston, J. T Parks--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's; Confederation Building (St. John's, N.L.); Landscape gardening--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's This report concerns the grounds of the Confederation Building in St. John's, Newfoundland, which at the time of printing had not yet been built. The report includes not only landscaping plans, but also details potential future projects, including a fountain and outdoor sports arena, all of which are intended to compliment the form Confederation Building while providing functioning public spaces.

40. A sermon preached by the Right Rev. Dr. Mullock, Bishop of St. John's, Newfoundland, in the cathedral A sermon preached by the Right Rev. Dr. Mullock, Bishop of St. John's, Newfoundland, in the cathedral of St. John's, on Friday, May 10th, 1861 Mullock, John Thomas, 1806-1869 Furey, George, d. 1861; Elections--Newfoundland and Labrador; Catholic Church--Sermons; Newfoundland and Labrador--Politics and government--1855-1934; Mullock, John Thomas, 1806-1869--Sermons Sermon preached by Roman Catholic Bishop Mullock during a High Mass for George Furey, a citizen shot and killed at Cat's Cove while accompanying voters during the tumultuous 1861 general election. The publisher's preface is clearly partisan, though Mullock himself avoids politics to instead focus on the sin of murder and the need to be vigilant against evil.
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