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The Chronique de Jersey
Wednesday 29th January 1862.

On the 6th day of February next ensuing, will be sold by public auction, without reserve (unless previously disposed of by private contract) all that valuable fishing station, with all and every the buildings thereon, shalop, lighter, boats, nets, fishing tackle, gear, merchandize, etc., etc., as per inventory, the property of Mr. G. J. Du Heaume, situated at Forteau, Coast of Labrador.

In addition to the above, a seal fishery at Square Cove, on the said coast.

Also the schooner-brig “Canopus”, 99 tons, NN.M., with all her inventory, as she now lies in the Harbour of St. Helier’s, Jersey

Sale to take place at the Southampton Hotel, said day, and to commence 2 p.m.

For particulars and inventory apply to E.J. Bellingham, Ship Broker, Pier,   or at E.G. Du Heaume, Esq.,  No.9, Vauxhall, St. Helier’s, Jersey.


Note: It is in ‘Victorian’  English….. although the newspaper is French language.



Transcribed and Contributed by Ray Le Pivert (August 2007)

Page Last Updated Wednesday March 06, 2013 (Craig Peterman)

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