Official: Colonial Office: Newfoundland [Canada] fisheries: drafts, papers, and correspondence., 1906 - 1907
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Correspondents include (mostly printed up as official papers): Sir William MacGregor [Governor of Newfoundland]; Hugh Cox (Colonial Office); 9th Lord Elgin and Kincardine [Secretary of State for the Colonies]; Sir Eldon Gorst and Sir Eric Barrington [Assistant Under Secretaries of State for Foreign Affairs]; Whitelaw Reid [United States Ambassador to Great Britain]; Elihu Root [Secretary of State, United States]; Sir Mortimer Durand [British Ambassador to the United States]; Sir Robert Bond [Premier and Colonial Secretary, Newfoundland]; Robert Anstruther [Senior Naval Officer Newfoundland Fisheries]; 4th Lord Grey [Governor-General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada]; Evan MacGregor [Permanent Secretary at the Admiralty].Also includes notes and drafts of statements by WSC and Colonial Office and Foreign Office officials.Subjects include: United States rights of fishery in the waters of Newfoundland; the conclusion of the fishery modus vivendi with France in 1890.
- 1906 - 1907
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