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41. A short review of the history, government, constitution, fishery and agriculture of Newfoundland. In A short review of the history, government, constitution, fishery and agriculture of Newfoundland. In a series of letters addressed to the Right Honourable Earl Grey, Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies. Morris, Patrick, 1789-1849 Grey, Henry George Grey, Earl, 1802-1894--Correspondence; Fisheries--Newfoundland and Labrador--History; Agriculture--Newfoundland and Labrador--History; Newfoundland and Labrador--History--1763-1855; Newfoundland and Labrador--Politics and government--1763-1855; Newfoundland and Labrador--Economic conditions--1763-1855 In writing these letters, leading Irish Catholic politician and merchant Patrick Morris had as his goal "to draw the attention of Her Majesty's Government to the anomalous position in which the British Fisheries of Newfoundland are placed, by the competition of foreigners, and likewise to the unaccountable, and in his opinion unwise and impolitic neglect of the settlement and colonization" of the island (p. [iii]). The three letters brought together here in an 1847 brochure provide Morris' views on Newfoundland's history to 1832 (p.[1]-15), the fisheries (p.[16]-46], and colonization (p. [47]-136).

42. A summary account of the wild berries and other edible fruits of Newfoundland and Labrador A summary account of the wild berries and other edible fruits of Newfoundland and Labrador Waghorne, A. C. (Arthur C.) Berries--Newfoundland and Labrador; Fruit--Newfoundland and Labrador; Wild foods--Newfoundland and Labrador Revised edition -- This book gives an account of the different berries and fruits found in Newfoundland, including where the plants are found and accounts of new species not yet seen by the author. Wagthorne has included, where applicable, information about the same plants found in England.

43. A summary of the laws of commerce and navigation, adapted to the present state, government, and trade A summary of the laws of commerce and navigation, adapted to the present state, government, and trade of the island of Newfoundland Anspach, Lewis Amadeus, 1770-1823 Commercial law--Newfoundland and Labrador; Maritime law--Newfoundland and Labrador Reverend Anspach, an Anglican clergyman, served as a justice of the peace in Conception Bay from 1803-1812. This Summary was the result of a desire to acquaint himself fully with the law of the land and prepare a reference work for his fellow magistrates (Introduction).

44. A taste of Newfoundland and Labrador : seafood delights A taste of Newfoundland and Labrador : seafood delights Rotary Club of Northwest St. John's Cookery (Seafood)--Newfoundland and Labrador Cookbook showcasing Newfoundland recipes using non-traditional seafood species as well as time-honoured favorites.

45. A treasury of Newfoundland dishes A treasury of Newfoundland dishes West, Sally Cookery, Canadian--Newfoundland and Labrador 1st edition. A cookbook of Newfoundland recipes, collected from all over the province and selected to "preserve the distinctive cooking art of our Island along with good standard recipes used in any home" (p. [3]). Includes a list of the over 3000 contributors who sent in recipes, which were then selected for publication by the Newfoundland Home Economics Association.

46. A tribute dedicated to Anna Lydia Ward : in affectionate remembrance A tribute dedicated to Anna Lydia Ward : in affectionate remembrance Hayden, Florentine H. Ward, Anna Lydia, b. 1850?; Women travelers--Connecticut--Biography; Labrador (N.L.)--Description and travel Gives excerpts from newspapers about the lecture given by Anna Lydia Ward about her and Hayden's trip to Labrador in 1886. Also includes "excerpts from letters written by Anna Lydia Ward's friends to Florentine H. Hayden."

47. A trip to the icefields in Steamship Florizel, 1910 A trip to the icefields in Steamship Florizel, 1910 Sealing--Newfoundland and Labrador--Pictorial works; Florizel (Ship) This is a collection of 24 black and white illustrations which depict different aspects of the seal hunt.

48. A visit to Newfoundland A visit to Newfoundland Branch, Mary Lydia (Bolles), 1840-1922 Port aux Basques (N.L.)--Description and travel "We glided into a harbor which wound like a river between jagged precipices, and then the Bruce reached her wharf [...] a twenty minutes' walk along a rugged path, much of it the exposed surface of solid rock, brought us to Channel, a typical fishing village, like which there are scores along the deeply indented coast of Newfoundland" (p. 5). Branch tells of her visit to Channel, now part of Port aux Basques, and of the people she met there.

49. A Woman's way through unknown Labrador : an account of the exploration of the Nascaupee and George Rivers A Woman's way through unknown Labrador : an account of the exploration of the Nascaupee and George Rivers Hubbard, Mina Hubbard, Leonidas, 1872-1903--Travel--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador; Hubbard, Mina--Travel--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador; Explorers--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador--Biography; Women explorers--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador--Biography; Labrador (N.L.)--Discovery and exploration An account of Mina Hubbard's journey across Labrador as she attempted to complete the failed 1903 expedition of her husband, Leonidas Hubbard. Using her husband's guide, George Elson, Mina began her own expedition in 1905, finishing in record time. She created the first accurate map of Labrador rivers. -- Includes journal of Leonidas Hubbard which was kept during his Labrador expedition (p. 205-254), and a narrative by George Elson (p. 255-305).

50. A young sea rover A young sea rover Spencer, Erle Rose, 1897-1937 Newfoundland and Labrador--Juvenile fiction; Saint Pierre and Miquelon--Juvenile fiction Sixteen-year-old Jerry Quin runs away to sea.

51. Account of the consolidated revenue fund and revenue and appropriation accounts : for the year ended Account of the consolidated revenue fund and revenue and appropriation accounts : for the year ended 30 June 1941 Newfoundland. Dept. of Finance Newfoundland and Labrador--Appropriations and expenditures--Statistics--Periodicals; Finance, Public--Newfoundland and Labrador--Accounting--Statistics--Periodicals "An Account of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, including the Public Revenue and Expenditure and the Receipts and Payments in respect of Public Debt, in the year ended 30 June 1941, together with the Balances in the Exchequer on that day; Departmental Revenue Statements; Appropriation Accounts of the Grants by the Legislature for the year ended 30 June 1941; Miscellaneous Statements; Other Public Accounts; the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General thereon" (title page).

52. Account of the consolidated revenue fund and revenue and appropriation accounts : for the year ended Account of the consolidated revenue fund and revenue and appropriation accounts : for the year ended 30 June 1940 Newfoundland. Dept. of Finance Newfoundland and Labrador--Appropriations and expenditures--Statistics--Periodicals; Finance, Public--Newfoundland and Labrador--Accounting--Statistics--Periodicals "An Account of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, including the Public Revenue and Expenditure and the Receipts and Payments in respect of Public Debt, in the year ended 30 June 1940, together with the Balances in the Exchequer on that day; Departmental Revenue Statements; Appropriation Accounts of the Grants by the Legislature for the year ended 30 June 1940; Miscellaneous Statements; Other Public Accounts; the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General thereon" (title page).

53. Account of the consolidated revenue fund and revenue and appropriation accounts : for the year ended Account of the consolidated revenue fund and revenue and appropriation accounts : for the year ended 30 June 1942 Newfoundland. Dept. of Finance Newfoundland and Labrador--Appropriations and expenditures--Statistics--Periodicals; Finance, Public--Newfoundland and Labrador--Accounting--Statistics--Periodicals "An Account of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, including the Public Revenue and Expenditure and the Receipts and Payments in respect of Public Debt, in the year ended 30 June 1942, together with the Balances in the Exchequer on that day; Departmental Revenue Statements; Appropriation Accounts of the Grants by the Legislature for the year ended 30 June 1942; Miscellaneous Statements; Other Public Accounts; the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General thereon" (title page).

54. After icebergs with a painter : a summer voyage to Labrador and around Newfoundland After icebergs with a painter : a summer voyage to Labrador and around Newfoundland Noble, Louis L., 1813-1882 Icebergs--Newfoundland and Labrador; Nova Scotia--Description and travel; Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel The record of a voyage during the summer of 1859 along the north-eastern coast of British North America, undertaken by the author in the company of a landscape painter, for the purpose of studying and sketching icebergs.

55. Agriculture in Newfoundland Agriculture in Newfoundland Agriculture--Newfoundland and Labrador; Agriculture and state--Newfoundland and Labrador This is a collection of interviews with Newfoundland farmers published in The Harbor Grace Standard during 1906. The interviews were conducted with the purposes of learning about the concerns of those involved in agriculture at the time, identifying problems to be solved in order to make the industry successful in Newfoundland, and also educating readers about the agriculture industry.

56. An account of the colony and fishery of Newfoundland and the present state thereof : with a map of the An account of the colony and fishery of Newfoundland and the present state thereof : with a map of the whole island Fisheries--Newfoundland and Labrador--History; Newfoundland and Labrador--History--To 1763 An account of the history of Newfoundland from its discovery to the late 17th century. Mainly provides details of the fisheries, the island's earliest inhabitants, and their way of life.

57. An extract from an officer's journal, on the 10th of January, 1817, together with some observations humbly An extract from an officer's journal, on the 10th of January, 1817, together with some observations humbly and affectionately addressed to the inhabitants of St. John's, Newfoundland Christians--Conduct of life; Poverty--Religious aspects--Christianity; Faith A tract aimed at turning readers away from sin, written by an unknown officer somewhere in Newfoundland, attributed to Lieut. Richard Vicars. There are numerous references to poverty and lapses in worship among the people he encounters, and reminders to his readers to be charitable.

58. An historical and descriptive account of British America : comprehending Canada, Upper and Lower, Nova An historical and descriptive account of British America : comprehending Canada, Upper and Lower, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, the Bermudas and the fur countries; their history from the earliest settlement; the statistics and topography of each district; their commerce, agriculture, and fisheries; their social and political condition; as also an account of the manners and present state of the aboriginal tribes; to which is added a full detail of the principles and best mode of emigration. Volume II Murray, Hugh, 1779-1846 Indigenous peoples--Great Britain--Colonies; Canada--History; Great Britain--Colonies--America; Bermuda Islands Volume 2 of 3. This book focuses first on the social, political, and commercial states within Canada, and then more specifically on British America's maritime provinces. Newfoundland is discussed in relation to the other maritime provinces in several chapters, while chapter twelve is devoted wholly to Newfoundland and Labrador's history, industry, and commercial, social, and political states. -- Frontispiece is a vignette of St. John's, Newfoundland.

59. An historical and descriptive account of British America : comprehending Canada, Upper and Lower, Nova An historical and descriptive account of British America : comprehending Canada, Upper and Lower, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, the Bermudas and the fur countries; their history from the earliest settlement; the statistics and topography of each district; their commerce, agriculture, and fisheries; their social and political condition; as also an account of the manners and present state of the aboriginal tribes; to which is added a full detail of the principles and best mode of emigration. Volume I Murray, Hugh, 1779-1846 Indigenous peoples--Great Britain--Colonies; Canada--History; Great Britain--Colonies--America; Bermuda Islands Volume 1 of 3. This book focuses on the topography, native peoples, agriculture, history of the formation of, and a general description of British America. Newfoundland is only mentioned briefly in this volume; in chapter one Newfoundland is referred to as forming a part of the boundary of British America (p. 18, 20), and in chapter three the author describes how Newfoundland changed hands between the British and the French (p. 154), including the details of the Treaty of Utrecht (p. 167).

60. An historical and descriptive account of British America : comprehending Canada, Upper and Lower, Nova An historical and descriptive account of British America : comprehending Canada, Upper and Lower, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, the Bermudas and the fur countries; their history from the earliest settlement; the statistics and topography of each district; their commerce, agriculture, and fisheries; their social and political condition; as also an account of the manners and present state of the aboriginal tribes; to which is added a full detail of the principles and best mode of emigration. Volume III Murray, Hugh, 1779-1846 Indigenous peoples--Great Britain--Colonies; Canada--History; Great Britain--Colonies--America; Bermuda Islands Volume 3 of 3. This book describes the history of the Hudson's Bay Company in British America, as well as emigration to the colonies. Newfoundland was regarded as a good place to emigrate for those who were "able seamen", but was distinctly unsuitable for farmers (p. 181). The botany, geology, and zoology of Newfoundland are also found in the respective chapters on these subjects.
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