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Fishery Of The Blackwater

Volume 114: debated on Wednesday 5 February 1851

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wished to ask the First Lord of the Admiralty whether it was the intention of Government to order any and what prosecutions, or proceedings, for carrying into effect the recommendations contained in the late report of Commander I Fraser, R.N., on the illegal obstruction to the fishery and navigation of the Black-water; and whether he would lay the said report, with plans, &c, before the House?

said, that though it was true Commander Fraser had completed his survey and forwarded it to the Admiralty, the report was not yet complete; till the complete report and plans had been furnished, no decision would be come to. When be saw that report, he would communicate the result privately to the hon. Gentleman.