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Thorne and Eliot, of Bristol, visited Newfoundland probably in 1502; in that year, savages in theiristed between England and the New World was with Newfoundland and its fisheries.
The idea of planting agricd to the cardinal from the haven of St. John, in Newfoundland.
The fisheries of that region were already freqthan two months, before they reached a harbor in Newfoundland.
There the disheartened adventurers wasted away in England.
In the next year, the fisheries of Newfoundland, which had suffered from exactions by the officeips came annually to the bays
14-8 and banks of Newfoundland.
Parkhurst, in Hakluyt, III. 171
The possd Spain, of France and England, to the shores of Newfoundland.
The English were not there in such numbers as as incensed, but not intimidated.
He sailed for Newfoundland; and, entering St. Johns, he sum-
Aug. 5. monedcents that are ours?”
Already the fishing of Newfoundland was vaunted
1593 as the stay of the west countr