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South Carolina. Correspondence, original, Secretary of State, 1743-1753 [electronic resource].

Author/Creator:
South Carolina.
Other Title:
Correspondence, original, Secretary of State, 1743-1753
Publication:
Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2015.
Series:
Colonial America (Marlborough, England)
Colonial America. Module 1
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (15 items)
Subjects:
Bedford, John Russell, Duke of, 1710-1771.
Glen, James, 1701-1777.
South Carolina. General Assembly -- Records and correspondence.
South Carolina. Council -- Records and correspondence.
Great Britain. Colonial Office -- Records and correspondence.
Great Britain. Board of Trade -- Records and correspondence.
South Carolina -- Politics and government -- To 1775.
South Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sources.
Indians of North America -- Government relations -- To 1789 -- Sources.
South Carolina -- History, Military -- 18th century -- Sources.
South Carolina -- Commerce -- History -- 18th century -- Sources.
Plantations -- South Carolina -- History -- 18th century -- Sources.
Great Britain -- Colonies -- America -- History -- 18th century -- Sources.
Contents:
The humble address of the Council and Assembly of Your Majestys Province of South Carolina
The humble petition of the Governor, Council and Assembly of Your Majestys Province of South Carolina
James Glen to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle
Letter from the Board of Trade to the Duke of Bedford inclosing several letters from Governor Glen relative to the state of the Indian nations bordering upon South Carolina with the endeavours the French and Spaniards have made in drawing them off from their allegiance
Letter from the Board of Trade to the Duke of Bedford informing him he had received a letter from James Glen Esq., Governor of South Carolina, relative to an invasion by the French Indians into that province with an inclosed copy of the same
Letter from the Board of Trade to the Duke of Newcastle inclosing one from Colonel Bull, Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina, complaining of the want of authority to punish persons in the habit of illicit commerce with the Spaniards of St. Augustine
Letter from the Board of Trade to the Earl of Holdernesse inclosing the copy of one from Governor Glen of South Carolina with an account of a most dreadful hurricane there, as well as a list of ships that have suffered in consequence thereof
Letter from the Board of Trade to the Earl of Holdernesse inclosing a petition of the Governor and Council of South Carolina relative to the state of the fortifications in and about Charles Town since the late hurricane requested the same may be laid before His Majesty together with an extract of Mr. Glen's letter as to a plan for fortifying the same
Letter from the Board of Trade to the Earl of Holdernesse inclosing their prepared draft of a warrant appointing Peter Leigh Esq., Chief Justice of South Carolina
Letter from the Board of Trade to the Earl of Holdernesse inclosing their representation to His Majesty requesting Peter Leight Esq. may be appointed Chief Justice of South Carolina in place of James Grame Esq., deceased
Letter to His Grace the Duke of Bedford from the Board of Trade inclosing an extract of a letter from Mr. Glen, Governor of South Carolina, to the Board of Trade
A list of ship and vessels in the port, and harbour of Charles Town in South Carolina in the hurricane on Fryday the 15 September 1752 and their circumstances
The memorial of James Crokatt, Agent for His Majestys Province of South Carolina: a renewal of the order for £3,000 for presents to the Indians near S. Carolina
Petition of the merchant trading to South Carolina
Report of the Board of Trade upon the petition of Captain Charles, praying to be indemnified for his great expences in raising over a considerable body of the Choctaw Indians to the British interest, recommending the sum of one thousand pounds as a moderate recommendation for his services.
Notes:
Title from publisher's website (resource viewed on 7 Oct. 2015)
Volume reference numbers: CO 5/385 Part 2.
Contributor:
South Carolina. General Assembly.
South Carolina. Council.
Great Britain. Colonial Office.
Great Britain. Board of Trade.
National Archives (Great Britain)
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
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