of the Avalon Peninsula had passed to Baltimore's son, Cecilius (Cecil) Calvert, who had installed William Hill as governor. And Phillip, remained substantial planters on the Southern Shore of Newfoundland. These terms were signed into law with the Treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye. The outcome is lost, but historians believe that Treworgie was found not guilty as he continued to serve as governor until 1660.
A decade later, in 1683, Sir John Kirke, whose daughter had married Pierre-Esprit Radisson and who was himself a member of Prince Ruperts Hudsons Bay Company, asked the king for compensation for the losses incurred in the conquest of Canada in 1629. It is believed he died in prison. A personal plea to Oliver Cromwell resulted in a second trial. Kirke brought the entire trade network south.
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10 Over the next several years, Kirke erected forts at Ferryland,. 8 The charter of this grant had stipulations designed to reduce wright kristiansand conflict with migratory fishermen; there was to be no settlement within six miles of the shore, fishing rooms were not to be occupied before the arrival of the summer fishing crews, and a five. 7 Kirke was impressed by the island's fisheries, and in 1637 he asked King Charles for a land grant. Sara Kirke edit The Restoration in 1660 re-opened the debate between the Kirkes and the Calverts over the ownership of the Avalon Peninsula. This time Cecil Calvert was successful in gaining the royal patent on Avalon, but he never took up residence.