4 edition of Digby Grand found in the catalog.
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Leonard pointed out the ferry owned by Mr. Mann also paid tribute to the builders, A. This passage is one of the liveliest pieces of water found in the far famed Bay of Fundy. Transportation of vehicles was held up until Saturday morning. A computer will manage the power system to optimize efficiency and engine performance. The six car ferry had no radar and several mechanical problems, including a broken throttle, broken exhaust and one malfunction engine.
With power failure, navigation to the ferries and at the dock had to be done in complete darkness. Ferry Breakdowns Worry Islanders; Digby Courier January 21, 2012: The Petite Princess ferry lost a propeller December 29, 2011. 1962 Westport gets a new ferry slip November 1962; Guest at the home of Mr. It also makes it very dangerous crossing the passage at night in thick fog, windy nights and as a consequence the mail drivers have no Digby Grand as well as the ferryman.
1969 Not Happy with Ferry Situation; Digby Courier March 6, Digby Grand While most Canadians can enjoy freedom of travel, and a road, bridge, or causeway is the established to ensure that freedom.
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The new crewmembers went to work on April 1. Breakwater Improvements on the Neck and Islands. Charles Coggins, deserve great praise for the neat structure. Reconciliation was not a big deal in its first years of existence, but it was brought to prominence after 1980 when newly elected President Ronald Reagan brought a new Republican majority to the Senate.
There was two families primarily involved in providing a ferry on the two passages. Among those engineering the War Powers Act and the Budget and Impoundment Control Act was the second-ranking Democrat in the Senate, Majority Whip Robert C. Those places are overrun with exactly the same problems. Weber and later by Glendon Titus, has made the crossing, summer and winter, often in the middle of the night, to carry late sojourners, or Digby Grand the doctor on an emergency call.
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1847 Lemuel Morehouse the contractor that carries mail from the Digby to Brier Island has applied for a grant of Ten Pounds, to reimburse an expense to that amount which he has been obliged unavoidably to occur in procuring a conveyance of the mails, which, as a Courier, he conveys between Digby and Brier Island, across Petite Passage and Grand Passage, he being obliged to make private bargains with individuals to carry the Mails across those Ferries-there being no licensed Ferryman upon whom it is obligatory to perform that service for him; as there are circumstances in this case which distinguish it from the general rule, and as similar grants for similar purposes have been made to Morehouse in former years, the Committee recommended a grant of Ten Pounds to enable him to pay his Ferriages for the last year Looks as if Mr.
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