From: Sketches of Newfoundland and Labrador
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This harbour is near the extreme Northern point of Newfoundland, on what is called the French shore ; i.e. that portion of it, where the French have, by the treaty of Amiens, a concurrent (or as they of late contend, a sole) right of fishing with ourselves. Their fishing rooms are mostly large tents, set up for the summer season, and taken down when the fishermen return to France in the Autumn.