Harbour Grace

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Harbour Grace,

town (1991 pop. 3,419), SE Newfoundland, N.L., Canada, on Conception Bay. It is a leading fishing port and has fish-processing plants. It was settled c.1550 and is one of the oldest towns in the province. An airport is nearby.
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Despite his interest in poetry, Hayman was also the governor of the then British territory, Harbour Grace colony in Newfoundland, Canada, from 1618 to 1628.
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Christine Lynch, a student from Harbour Grace in her second year of the master of divinity program, noted that studying in an ecumenical context has given her greater insights into her course material.
Four years later, in May 1932, she completed her first solo flight from Harbour Grace, Newfoundland to Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
The place is Harbour Grace, Newfoundland, where most of the early transatlantic flights take off.
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John's to Harbour Grace. The rather disappointing results of the first railway contract materialized at about the same time that sectarian tensions, spurred on by Orange-Catholic violence in Harbour Grace late in 1883, mounted in the colony.
Whereas I am informed that a Roman Catholic priest is at this time at Harbour Grace, and that he publicly read mass which is contrary to the law and against the peace of our sovereign Lord, the King.
The maps, including one of Newfoundland and Labrador placing Harbour Grace north of Grates Cove, are appalling.