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Return showing the quantities and values of fish and products of fish, fc.—Continued.

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6,031, 462 1,609, 724 6,116, 951 846

904 1, 356 63 18

63 1, 254 1, 449

2,898 52 13

52 514, 665 189, 956 569, 868

8,300 8,300 93, 627

7, 883

118, 245 4, 875 36, 562

4, 875 6,048 2, 234

17,872 376 47

376 2, 581

25, 814 2,581 168 276

276 51 51

51 3, 558 1, 186 3, 558 1, 700

17 1,700 393, 840 2, 939 470, 240

32, 025 222 51, 148 610, 120

4, 358

610, 120 2.560

20

2,560 8, 680

62

8, 680 768

6

768 1, 280

81

1, 296 515, 861 398, 366 517, 876

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50, 177 1, 126, 227 5,403, 751 1, 136, 235 5,453, 928

730
1, 460 730

1, 460
144
576

576 294 183

366
330

660
60
15

60 92, 274 161, 881 485, 643 192, 639 14, 450

577, 917

14,450 14, 450 27, 034 6,170 86, 380

8, 101

113, 414 50, 120 6,683

50, 120 136

6,683 8

136 144, 723

14, 472 144, 723 8,118

14, 472 105

630

1, 458 229

8,748 145 434 221

663 164

164

164
9
46

46
55

55 450

52 5, 250 57 5, 700

496, 028

24, 077 634, 260

2, 560 3,968

640

502, 320

27, 341 656, 172

2, 560 4,736

640

.cwt Fimb, pickled

do.. Oil, víz: Cod

tuns Cod-liver

do.. Seal

.do.. Herring

.do.. Whale

...........do.. Dogfish.

36 15 166

do..

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444, 353 379, 520

2,800 638, 622

2, 464
3, 104

70 2, 842

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Total ...

1876.

.qtls

..do.

Dried codfish
Core codfish

.do.. Haddock

do.. Halibut

.do. Herring

bbls.. Herring, smoked boxes Salmon

.tierces Salmon, preserved Mackerel

bbls Trout Cod-roes

do.. Sounds and tongues..pkgs Caplin

..do.. Lobsters, preserved Oysters

.bush Fish, pickled.. .qtls Seal skins

No
Oil, viz:
Cod

tuns Cod.liver

..do.. Seal

do. Herring

.do.. Whales.

do.. Pot-bead

.do.. Blubber and dregs...do..

Total

A.
RECAPITULATION.

Exported

Years.

Imported from
United States.

To United

States.

To other coun.

tries.

Total.

Values.

882
105
158

1851 1852 1853 1854 1855 1856 1857 1858. 1859 1860. 1861 1862 1863 1864 1865. 1866. 1867 1868 1869 1870. 1871 1672. 1873 1874.. 1875 1876

91 120 297 110

883 1, 785

5 345 1, 720 152 10 72 348 36

Values.

$82, 475
524, 340
182, 955
113, 119
330, 850
482, 640
391, 163
494, 285
494, 194
372, 610
185, 241
181, 766
302, 853
184, 684
546, 133
446, 584
246, 498
426, 887
626, 577
309, 333
349, 475
236, 231
242, 967
285, 250
225, 639
155, 447

Values.
84, 384, 460
3,935, 743
5, 156, 634
4,589, 535
4, 793, 971
5,723, 859
6. 178, 375
5, 494, 961
5,830, 791
5,618, 747
5, 604, 594
5, 669, 359
6,084, 243
5, 678, 378
5, 608, 785
5, 699, 422
5, 228, 033
5, 900, 801
7, 281, 860
6,950, 965
7, 736, 606
6,718, 297
7, 895, 998
8, 226, 460
7, 619,689

7,532, 430
157, 142, 996

Values. 84,466, 935 4, 460,083 5, 339, 589 4, 702, 65+ 5, 124, 821 6, 206, 499 6, 569, 538 5,989, 246 6, 324, 985 5, 991, 357 5, 786, 835 5,851, 125 6,387, 096 5, 463,062 6, 154, 918 6. 146, 006 5, 474, 531 6, 327, 688 7,908, 437 7, 260, 298 8,086, 081 6,954, 528 8, 138, 965 8,511, 710 7,845, 328 7, 607, 877

36 139 79 22 165

Total for twenty-six years

6, 760

8, 417, 196

165, 560, 192

B.

Statement showing the total and average imports and exports of fish and products of fish for

the four years preceding the Reciprocity Treaty, the twelve years under the treaty, stven years after its abrogation, and three years under the Washington Treaty, respectively.

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APPENDIX J.

SPEECHES OF COUNSEL INCLUDING THE FINAL ARGU.

MENTS.

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At the fifth Conference held on the 31st of July, 1877, on the conclusion of the reading of the Case of Her Majesty's Government"; the "Answer of the United States "; and the “ Reply of Her Majesty's Government,”

Mr. THOMSON said: This, your excellency and your honors, is the “ Case of Great Britain "; the “Answer of the United States” to this Case, and the reply. The issues are plain, and are not, I apprehend, to be misunderstood. I think I may not be presumptuous in saying on the part of Her Majesty's Government, that we feel these issues are trusted for adjudication and decision to able and impartial hands; and if it shall happen, as I hope it may, that the result of your deliberations in this Case may be the basis upon which future and more lasting negotiations may be entered into, and so a source of continued national and local irritation be entirely removed, then I think I may fairly say to your excellency and your honors, that you will have acquired no unenviable and no unimportant place in the history of your times; and I am quite satisfied that you will bave earned by your labors the lasting gratitude of two great peoples.

II.

At the twenty-fifth conference held on the 28th day of August, 1877, Mr. TRESCOT, on behalf of the Government of the United States, made the following applicaton:

Mr. President and gentlemen of the Commission: As the time is now approacbing wheu the evidence in support of the British Case will be closed, and we will be requested to open the testimony in behalf of the United States, we would ask leave to make a slight change in the order of our proceeding as it has been at present arranged.

According to the present arrangement, it will be our duty to open our case in advance of the testimony by laying before you the general scheme of our argument and indicating the points upon which evidence will be submitted in its support.

The character of the testimony which has been now submitted in sup. port of the British Case, and the tenor of that which we will offer (as may be inferred from the evidence of the two witnesses whom we were allowed to examine out of order) have impressed us with the conviction that a practical discussion of the real issues will be more certainly se. cured, and the time and patience of the Commission will be more wisely

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