Lost in Newfoundland

This is a fine-art homage to an island where, as Michael Winsor himself suggests, "Every cove, inlet, tickle, island, bay, peninsula, point, or arm is more beautiful than the next."

Lost in Newfoundland

Lost in Newfoundland is an artistic compendium of Newfoundland's visual wonders--its seascapes, landscapes, cityscapes, and natural inhabitants. This is a fine-art homage to an island where, as Michael Winsor himself suggests, "Every cove, inlet, tickle, island, bay, peninsula, point, or arm is more beautiful than the next."

Lost Amid the Fogs

Sketches of Life in Newfoundland, England's Ancient Colony Robert Barlow
McCrea. 42 con A AaB 61 CHAPTER X . THE LAST THE LAST DUEL IN
NEWFOUNDLAND . UEL IN NEWFOU NDLAND . HERE was yet another knell
rung forth in ...

Lost Amid the Fogs


Caribou Shooting in Newfoundland

RICHARD LEBUFFE , HALL ' S BAY , P . O . WOLF CovE , NOTRE DAME BAY ,
N . F . No time was lost in addressing a letter containing many questions , and
engaging his services for the opening of the season of 1894 . After weary weeks
of ...

Caribou Shooting in Newfoundland

The ultimate sportsman guide characterizes this work, which describes the various adventures of the author and his experience of Caribou hunting in the wilds of Newfoundland in the late 19th-century. The guide also includes numerous photographs of vistas and captured caribou.

Poems Written in Newfoundland

On , onward in a widening bed , the proud , strong waters sweep , Until their
might and loveliness are lost in the great deep . Yet mid the varied scenes the
river passed upon its way , The shadow of the heaven still upon its bosom lay ;
The ...

Poems  Written in Newfoundland


Report of the Joint Committee Appointed by the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council for Trade and the Atlantic Telegraph Company to Inquire Into the Construction of Submarine Telegraph Cables

No time will be lost in Newfoundland to Valentia . “ sending them out . All your
letters have been posted to New Sent 11.10 A.M. “ York , Please write to me fully
about tariff and other working [ Practising at higher speed . Newfoundland reports
 ...

Report of the Joint Committee Appointed by the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council for Trade and the Atlantic Telegraph Company  to Inquire Into the Construction of Submarine Telegraph Cables


A History of Newfoundland

501 . The first account of the French is in 1504 . There is a record of a voyage of
Jean Denys , of Harfleur , to Newfoundland in 1506 ; he is said to have made a
map of the Island , which has been lost . In the Paris National Library the
following ...

A History of Newfoundland


Excursions in and about Newfoundland

to the end , and found them gradually to be lost in the wood , usually ending at
the stump of some tree larger than common , and which the men had gone farther
in than usual to procure . Beyond these points all was dense and tangled thicket
 ...

Excursions in and about Newfoundland


Toward the Poles

1500–02 The brothers Gaspar and Miguel Cortereal ( Portugal ) , in three
voyages , discovered Newfoundland and possibly Labrador . They reported on
the great fisheries of the Newfoundland Banks . Both were lost during the
voyages in the ...

Toward the Poles


The Old Lost Land of Newfoundland

Fisheries , also known as the Canadian Fisheries , which had begun operations
in Newfoundland after the country ' s Confederation with Canada , which he and
his family had so bitterly opposed . “ They ' re phasing out the train , ” he said ...

The Old Lost Land of Newfoundland

In 2008 Wayne Johnston became the second prominent Canadian writer to enlighten and entertain audiences as a speaker in the Canadian Literature Centre's Henry Kreisel Lecture Series. He spoke to an enthusiastic audience at the University of Alberta about the myths and realities surrounding his native Newfoundland. A master storyteller, Johnston peppered the lecture with impromptu asides, delighting his listeners with true tales and well-spun yarns.

Geological Survey of Newfoundland

Alexander Murray, James P. Howley, Newfoundland. ... that at the bottom being
three feet ; and no time should be lost in determining such facts as will make it
known whether these seams exist , or may be reasonably searched for by
capitalists ...

Geological Survey of Newfoundland

A re-publication of "Report of progress on the Geological Survey", 1864-1880. Provides a detailed description of Newfoundland's geological features and resources for the years 1864 to 1880, this book also includes a brief overview of the surveyor's responsibilities in conducting surveys and of the methods used. Murray republished these surveys as a set, as there was considerable demand for them, and several were now out of print. The surveys contained in this work had been revised and corrected by Murray prior to its publication.

A Short History of Newfoundland

While this little book necessarily appeals first to Newfoundland people , it is so
clear and well arranged an account of a history ... The thread of development is
never lost in the necessary change of scene ; and a bird's - eye view of the whole
is ...

A Short History of Newfoundland


Decisions of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland

Sir F. BRADY , C. J. 1 Insurance , Jarine - Constructive total loss - Bottomry bond
- Substitution of near , for old material , application of rule where vessel is lost
before voyage is completed . The plaintiffs ship whilst on a voyage from St. John's
 ...

Decisions of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland


Text book of Newfoundland History for the Use of Schools and Academies

While this little book necessarily appeals first to Newfoundland people , it is so
clear and well arranged an account of a ... The thread of development is never
lost in the necessary change of scene ; and a bird ' s - eye view of the whole is
given ...

Text book of Newfoundland History for the Use of Schools and Academies


Award of the Fishery Commission

Q . The lost vessels , Alexaudria and Queen of Clippers , are charged for 1858 to
Newfoundland ; are you aware wliether any fishing . vessels . then went to
Newfoundland 1 - A . In 1858 Q . Yes . - A . O , yes ; I think they did . I think that
the ...

Award of the Fishery Commission


House documents

—A . I think that they are about all fishing vessels . Q. The lost vessels ,
Alexandria and Queen of Clippers , are charged for 1858 to Newfoundland ; are
you aware whether any fishing.vessels then went to Newfoundland ? -A . In 1858
? Q. Yes.

House documents


History of the Great Fishery of Newfoundland

It is thus that long before the origin of cod fishing in Newfoundland , dried cod
was imported in great quantities in ... The origin of splitting and salting cod , such
as is still practiced aboard the modern trawlers , is lost in the darkness of the past
.

History of the Great Fishery of Newfoundland


Petroleum Exploration in Newfoundland and Labrador

J. M. Fleming, Newfoundland. Mineral Resources Division. 744 ' 747 ' 747 ' 789 '
Very dusky red and black shale , calcareous section at 745-746 . 6 " lost core .
Green and dusky green shale , silty in part , calcareous in part ; traces of fine ...

Petroleum Exploration in Newfoundland and Labrador


Sport Travel and Adventure in Newfoundland and the West Indies

It is supposed to have been lost overboard from the steam - cutter when coming
alongside , which sad event was not communicated to me till next morning , when
the ship was searched without success . The rod had been stowed away in its ...

Sport  Travel  and Adventure in Newfoundland and the West Indies


Soulis Joe s Lost Mine

Embedded in a rock in an obscure, pristine brook in the wilds of Newfoundland is a legendary quartz vein. The story of the vein and the wealth trapped in it is well-known, but its location has eluded six generations of Newfoundlanders.

Soulis Joe s Lost Mine

Embedded in a rock in an obscure, pristine brook in the wilds of Newfoundland is a legendary quartz vein. The story of the vein and the wealth trapped in it is well-known, but its location has eluded six generations of Newfoundlanders. The source of the legend is Soulis (Suley) Joe, and the precious metal trapped in the vein is silver. Along the Trans-Canada Highway in Newfoundland, just west of the turnoff to Benton, is a brook called Soulis Brook, which flows out of Soulis Pond, the second major pond named after Soulis Joe, an intrepid explorer whose name is recorded for all time on old Newfoundland maps. In the summer of 2008, writer Gary Collins teamed up with Allan Keats, a great-grandson of Soulis Joe, and they set out to unearth the secret of Soulis Joe's lost silver mine. After many weeks and months spent combing the island of Newfoundland, Gary Collins figured it out. Come along for the trip and discover the location of Soulis Joe's Lost Mine.

The Effect of the Fishery Clauses of the Treaty of Washington on the Fisheries and Fishermen of British North America

... in the Newfoundland herring fishery ; 3 vessels and 65 lives in the freigh : ing
business ; 2 vessels in the Grand Manan herring fishery ; 1 vessel and 12 lives in
the Greenland halibut fishery ; 6 vessels burnt by pirate Tacony ; 1 pilot boat lost
 ...

The Effect of the Fishery Clauses of the Treaty of Washington on the Fisheries and Fishermen of British North America