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The Governor to the Secretary of State. Government House, St. John's, 8th July, 1908. My Lord, I have the honour to inform you that I left St. John's on the 28th May to visit the settlement of the Micmac Indians at Bay d'Espoir, on the south coast of this Island. Bay d'Espoir is a long inlet of the sea, extending up country over a score of miles. The district is hilly, and is covered by a forest of rather small trees, spruce and birch, but Further inland the hills are generally bare. There are comparatively few European residents in this bay

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