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Newfoundland : as it was, and as it is in 1877

Philip Tocque

Newfoundland : as it was, and as it is in 1877

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Published by J.B. Magurn in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Newfoundland -- History,
  • Newfoundland -- Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    Portrait wanting.

    Statementby Philip Tocque.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[8], 511 p. :
    Number of Pages511
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18219130M


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Newfoundland : as it was, and as it is in 1877 by Philip Tocque Download PDF EPUB FB2

Newfoundland: As it Was, and as it is in Toque wrote this history of the people of Newfoundland "to show British and American reader that Newfoundland is something more than a mere fishing station, as well as to make Newfoundlanders themselves better acquainted with their own country" (preface).3/5(1).

Newfoundland: as It Was, and as It Is in Paperback – August 1, by Philip Tocque (Creator)/5(3). Newfoundland: as it was, and as it is in by Tocque, Philip, Publication date Publisher London, S.

Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington; Toronto, J.B. Magurn Book from the collections of New York Public Library Language English.

Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Pages: Newfoundland Images from the Centre for Newfoundland Studies Newfoundland Medical Association Publications, Newfoundland National Convention Newfoundland: as it was and as it is in [Philip Tocque] -- Toque wrote this history of the people of Newfoundland "to show British and American reader that Newfoundland is something more than a mere fishing station, as well as to make Newfoundlanders.

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Full text of "Newfoundland: as it was, and as it is in " See other formats. Newfoundland was not yet discovered to be an island.

Roberval subsequently sailed with a greater number of ships, but his fate has never been known. Inthe English first began to prosecute the Newfoundland fisheries, from the ports of Bristol, Biddeford and Barnstaple. Phillip Tocque refers to him, Newfoundland : as it was page of his book “Newfoundland as it was and as it is in ’ as “merchant and shipbuilders.” His grandson, Mr.

Robert F. Newhook, of 29 Amherst Heights, St. John’s, tells me that he had some connection at New Harbour with. It must be understood that this book written by a knowledgeable churchman who took the history of Newfoundland to There is a remarkable early feature of Britain's oldest colony (if you exclude Ireland) in that those who sent the fishing boats to their rich cod grounds did all they could to prevent the development of the colony/5.

As it was and as it is in by The Rev. Philip Tocque () PREFACE NEWFOUNDLAND, the oldest colony of the British Empire, situate about 1, miles from Ireland, and about miles from New York, appears to be less known to the British and American people than Australia, New Zealand, or the remotest parts of the globe.

Newfoundland: As It Was, And As It Is In Toronto, Reeves, John. History of the Government of the Island of Newfoundland. Publishers / Johnson Reprint, BOOK WITH 2 AUTHORS Summers, William F., and Mary E.

Summers. Geography of Newfoundland. Copp Clark Publishing, BOOK WITH 3 OR MORE AUTHORS. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Newfoundland: As It Was, and as It Is in at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5(3).

Newfoundland: As It Was, And As It Is In Toronto, Reeves, John. History of the Government of the Island of Newfoundland. Publishers / Johnson Reprint, Book with 2 Authors. Summers, William F., and Mary E. Summers. Geography of Newfoundland.

Copp Clark Publishing, Book with More Than 3 Authors. Tocque, Philip Newfoundland: As it was, and as it is in (Kindle - Amazon) Tulk, Janice E. "Our Strength is Ourselves": Identity, status, and cultural revitalization among the Mi'kmaq in Newfoundland (MUN, School of Music, PhD Diss.

Collections Canada PDF). The original edition must have been a good seller because second-hand copies I found on the Internet were priced well over one hundred dollars.

Last year, I was pleased to find the book reprinted and selling at $ (plus tax). Family Names of the Island of Newfoundland was originally published in The newest edition has been reset and. During this period Tocque wrote articles for the Dominion Churchman (Toronto) and other journals, and prepared what is possibly his most important book, Newfoundland: as it was, and as it is in (London and Toronto, ).

Essentially this work is a combination of history, gazetteer, and almanac. On August 5,Sir Humphrey Gilbert claimed Newfoundland as England's first overseas colony under Royal Charter of Queen Elizabeth I of England, thus officially establishing a forerunner to the much later British Empire.

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Family Life Impacts of Offshore Oil and Gas Employment. John's: Memorial University of Newfoundland, Institute of Social and Economic Research, Print. EDITED BOOK State the editor or editors followed by a comma and "ed." or, for multiple editors, "eds.". A journal written during a voyage from England to Newfoundland and from Newfoundland to England in the years andaddressed to a friend / Edited by Jean M.

Murray. FC T55 A discourse and discovery of Newfoundland. Newfoundland at the time of Confederation was a selfgoverningcolony,a stagethat had beenreachedin after an acute classstrugglewith a strongsectarianflavourY' On the one hand, opposingself-government, were the officialsand the well-todo merchantsof the "fishocracy, "a often non-residentand nearly all Protestant; and on the other, were the Cited by: 5.

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Topics (Whole Nos. and1st and 3rd Quarter. Robert Oke, H.M. (23 September – 18 October ) was the first chief inspector for the Newfoundland Lighthouse Service and served from at least to Oke installed the first light mechanism (from Bell Rock Lighthouse) at the Cape Bonavista Light inand installed the famous Isle of May light mechanism at the Cape Pine Light inwhich was later moved to Harbour Grace.

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