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Chapter 22: Has New England a right in the Newfoundland fisheries? February, 1775. on the tenth of February, aft
f legislation, next proposed to restrain the commerce of New England and exclude its fishermen from the Banks of Newfoundland rld were at Boston, and their yards had been closed; the New England fishermen were now to be restrained from a toil in which od and nature, said Johnston, have given that fishery to New England and not to Old.
Dunning defended the right of the Ameri ion?
But the ministerial measure, which, by keeping the New England fishermen at home provoked discontent and provided recru sin of witchcraft, and that one so unnatural as that of New England, could be ascribed to nothing less than diabolical infat e Dutch island of St. Eustatius, which was the resort of New England mariners, the British envoy, with dictatorial menaces, r continental congress, unless on a sudden emergency; but New England alone, said he, can hold out for ages against this count