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Carolina and Bahamas (Propriety). Commissions, instructions etc., 1693-1710 [electronic resource].

Author/Creator:
England and Wales. Secretary of State.
Other Title:
Commissions, instructions etc., 1693-1710
Publication:
Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2015.
Series:
Colonial America (Marlborough, England)
Colonial America. Module 1
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (133 items)
Subjects:
England and Wales. Secretary of State -- Records and correspondence.
Great Britain. Colonial Office -- Records and correspondence.
England and Wales. Board of Trade.
Great Britain. Board of Trade
Lords Proprietors of Carolina.
Carolina. Council.
North Carolina -- Politics and government -- To 1775.
South Carolina -- Politics and government -- To 1775.
Bahamas -- Politics and government -- 17th century.
Bahamas -- Politics and government -- 18th century.
North Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sources.
South Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sources.
Bahamas -- History -- 17th century -- Sources.
Bahamas -- History -- 18th century -- Sources.
Plantations -- Great Britain -- Colonies -- History -- 17th century -- Sources.
Plantations -- Great Britain -- Colonies -- History -- 18th century -- Sources.
Land grants -- Great Britain -- Colonies -- History -- 17th century -- Sources.
Land grants -- Great Britain -- Colonies -- History -- 18th century -- Sources.
Trade regulation -- Great Britain -- Colonies -- History -- 17th century -- Sources.
Trade regulation -- Great Britain -- Colonies -- History -- 18th century -- Sources.
Great Britain -- Colonies -- America -- History -- 17th century -- Sources.
Great Britain -- Colonies -- America -- History -- 18th century -- Sources.
Contents:
James Vernon to the Lords Proprietors of Carolina regarding abuses in the plantation trade
Letter discussing the appointment of John Urmston as a minister in North Carolina
Letter to the Assembly
A letter to the Commissioners of Trade relating to the French settlements on Messisippi [Mississippi]
Letter to the deputies and Council of South Carolina
Letter to Edward Tynte asking for land to be given to Palatine refugees
A letter to the Governor to recommend the poor Palatines to the Assembly in N. Carolina
Letters addressed to the Governor of Carolina and Deputy Governor of North Carolina
Letters addressed to John Archdale, Governor of Carolina
Letters and orders regarding Nicholas Trott's appointment as Attorney General of Carolina
Letters discussing the appointment of John Archdale as Governor of Carolina
Letters discussing the appointment of Richard Taliaferro as Chief Justice of the Bahama Islands
Letters discussing Edmund Bohun's appointment as Chief Justice of Carolina
Letters discussing Queen Anne's ascension to the British throne
Letters discussing the selling of land
Letters discussing a war commenced against Spain and France
Letters to Edmund Bellinger, Surveyor General, and the Lords Proprietors of Carolina
Letters to the Governor and Secretary of Carolina
Letters to the Governor of Carolina
Nicholas Trott's answer to a memorial touching on the case of a Dutch ship
Order discussing the regulation of abuses in the plantation trade
Orders and instructions to the Lords Proprietors of Carolina in pursuance of several laws relating to trade and navigation
Patents granted to Bellinger and Bayly
Proclamation concerning Nicholas Webb's commission to be Governor of the Bahamas and Thomas Gower's appointment as Secretary of those islands
Proclamation regarding Carolina
Proclamation regarding a patent for landgrave granted to Thomas Amy Esq
Providence bond
Receiver General's commission for North Carolina
Receiver General's instructions for North Carolina
Right Honourable Lords Proprietors of the Bahama Islands
Right Honourable the Lords Proprietors of Carolina
Surveyor General's commission for North Carolina
Surveyor General's instructions for North Carolina
To Christopher Gale Esq., Receiver General of that part of our province of Carolina that lies n. east of Cape Feare
To Colonel Nicholson, Governor of Virginia
To Colonel Philip Ludwell, Governor of our province of Carolina
To Colonel Philipp Ludwell
To Colonel Tynte
To Edmund Bohun Esq, Chief Judge of Carolina
To Edward Birch Esq, Governor of the Bahama Islands
To Fortescue Turbervill
To the Governor and deputys at Ashley River regarding the wharfing of land near Charles Town
To the Governor of Carolina, Joseph Blake
To the Honourable Lords Proprietors of Carolina
To the Honourable the Lords Trustees and others appointed to consider about the settlements of the poor Palatines
To James Moore Esq, Receiver Generall of South Carolina
To John Archdale Esq, Governor of Carolina
To John Ely Esq, Receiver Generall of Carolina
To John Ely Esq, Receiver Generall of South Carolina
To Joseph Blak Esq, Governour of Carolina
To Joseph Blake Esq, Governor of Carolina
To Joseph Blake Esq, Governour of Carolina
To Joseph Blake Esq, Governour of Carolina, James Moore, Secretary, Landgrave, Joseph Moreton, Major Robert Daniel, Captain Edmund Bellinger, and John Ely Esq
To Joseph Blake Esq, Governour, and to our deputys and Councill of South Carolina (1697)
To Joseph Blake Esq, Governour, and to our deputys and councill of South Carolina (1699)
To Joseph Blake Esq, Governour, and to our deputys and councill of that part of our province that lyes south and west of Cape Ffeare
To Joseph Blake Esq, one of the landgraves of Carolina
To the Lords Commissioners of Trade et cetera
To Mr Sale
To Nicholas Trott Esq, Attorney General of that part of our province of Carolina that lyes south and west of Cape Ffear
To Nicholas Trott Esq, Governor of Providence
To Nicholas Trott Esq, Governor of Providence and the rest of the Bahama Islands
To Nicholas Trott regarding a fort built
To Nicholas Webb Esq, Governor of Providence
To Nicholas Webb Esq, Governor, and to our deputys and Council of the Bahama Islands
To Nicholas Webb Esq, Governor, and to our deputys and Councill of the Bahama Islands
To Nicholas Webb Esq, Governour of the Bahama Islands
To Nicholas Webb Esq, Governour or to the Governor for the time being, and to our deputys and Councill of the Bahamas Islands
To Paul Grimball Esq, Secretary of Carolina
To Richard Peterson Esq
To the Right Honourable the Commissioners of Trade
To the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietors of Carolina
To the Right Honourable Lords Commission of Trade
To the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Trade
To the Right Honourable the Lords Proprietors of His Majesties colony of the Bahama Islands
To Samuel Marshall regarding his appointment as register of Carolina
To Sir Nathaniel Johnson in Carolina
To Sir Nathaniel Johnson Knight, Governor, James Moore Esq, Receiver Generall, Nicholas Trott Esq, Attorney Generall, Job Howes Esq, Surveyor Generall
To Thomas Harvey Esq, Deputy Governor, and to our Council of North Carolina
To Thomas Harvey Esq, Deputy Governour, and to our deputy and Councill of North Carolina
To Thomas Harvey, Deputy Governour, and to our deputys and Councill of North Carolina
To Thomas Smith Esq, one of the landgraves and Governor of Carolina of that part of our province that lyes south and west of Cape Ffear
To Thomas Smith Esq, one of the landgraves and Governor of that part of our province of Carolina that lyes south and west of Cape Ffeare
A warrant for Mr. Luijs Michel for 2500 acres of land in N. Carolina
Warrant for the Receiver General to pay Colonel Edward Tynte 270 pounds
Warrant to the Governor to cause grants to be issued out for admeasuring 2000 acres of land
Warrant to the Governor to make new grants of lands as desired by Mr Peter Colleton and others
Warrant to sett out 5000 acres of land for Abel Ketelbey Esq. in South Carolina
Warrant to the Surveyor General of South Carolina to sett out 100 acres of land to such poor Palatines as shall arrive there
Warrant to the Surveyor General to admeasure out 3000 acres of land for the Governor.
Notes:
Title from publisher's website (resource viewed on 7 Oct. 2015)
Volume reference numbers: CO 5/289.
An act for the establishment of religious worship according to the Church of England and for erecting churches -- Additional instructions for Edward Tynte -- Additionall instructions given to Nicholas Webb Esquire, Governour of Providence -- Announcement of the death of John Granville, Earl of Bath -- Appointment of John Turbill as Judge of the Vice Admiralty of Carolina -- Appointment of Thomas Broughton as a deputy -- Appointment of William Saunders as Attorney General of Carolina -- At the Court at Bath -- At the Court at Windsor -- Carolina bond -- Carolina Governor's commission -- Chief Justices's commission -- Christopher De Graffenried's warrant for 10,000 acres of land in North Carolina -- Commission for Moseley and Lawson to settle the boundaries with the Governor of Virginia -- Commission for the taking probate of wills -- Copy of Landgrave Abel Ketelbey's patent -- Copy of Landgrave Christopher De Graffenried's patent -- Copy of Landgrave Edward Tucker's patent -- Copy of a landgrave's patent, six whereof was engross'd and sent with blankes (as this is) to Carolina by Major Daniel -- Correspondence and additional instructions for Thomas Smith, Governor of Carolina -- Document discussing a land grant made for Hog Island -- Document discussing land possessed by John Colleton -- Document discussing money received by the Right Honourable the Lady Granville -- Edward Hyrne's commission as a naval officer -- Extract of a case of a Dutch ship cast away nere New Providence reclaimed by the states ambassador in his memoriall to His Majesty -- Ferdinando Gorges' appointment as Attorney General of the province of Carolina -- For the Right Honourable the Lords of Her Majesties province of Carolina -- For the Right Honourable the Lords Proprietors of His Majesties province of Carolina and the inclosd opinion-- From Mr Amy to James More Esq, Secretary of Carolina -- The Honourable Charles Craven Esqs commission and instructions -- Instructions and further instructions for John Archdale Esq, Governor of Carolina, and correspondence -- Instructions for Colonel Edward Tynte, Governor of South and North Carolina -- Instructions for Edward Hyrne Esq, naval officer of that part of our province of Carolina that lies south and west of Cape Feare -- Instructions for the Honourable Charles Craven Esq., Secretary of that part of our province of Carolina that lies south and west of Cape Feare -- Instructions for James Moore Esq, our Receiver Generall of South Carolina -- Instructions for Job Howes Esq, Surveyor General of South Carolina -- Instructions for John Ely Esq our Receiver Generall -- Instructions for Nathaniel Sale Esq, Receiver General of South Carolina -- Instructions for Sir Nathaniel Johnson, Knight, our Governour of South and North Carolina -- Instructions for Thomas Gower Esq, Secretary of the Bahama Islands -- Instructions for Thomas Smith Esquire, Governour of Carolina -- Instructions to Edward Hyrne -- Instructions to William Saunders Esq --
Contributor:
Great Britain. Colonial Office.
Lords Proprietors of Carolina.
Carolina. Council.
National Archives (Great Britain)
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
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