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Board of Trade, correspondence with New England. Part 1 [electronic resource], 1686-1690.

Author/Creator:
Territory and Dominion of New-England. Council.
Publication:
1686-1690.
Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2015.
Series:
Colonial America (Marlborough, England)
Colonial America. Module 1
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (114 items)
Subjects:
Andros, Edmund, Sir, 1637-1714.
Territory and Dominion of New-England. Council -- Records and correspondence.
England and Wales. Board of Trade -- Records and correspondence.
New England -- Politics and government -- To 1775.
Massachusetts -- Politics and government -- To 1775.
New England -- Charters.
Massachusetts -- Charters.
Great Britain -- Colonies -- America -- Administration -- Early works to 1800.
Government, Resistance to -- New England -- Early works to 1800.
New England -- Religion -- 17th century -- Sources.
New England -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sources.
Massachusetts -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sources.
Great Britain -- Colonies -- America -- History -- 17th century -- Sources.
Great Britain. Colonial Office -- Archives.
Contents:
Abstract of the address of divers gentlemen merchants and others of Their Majesties' subjects in New England
Abstract of the militia in New England
Abstracts of letters relating to New England
An account of the fight between the Rose frigate and a French man-of-war off of Cape Sable
An account of the late revolutions in New England
Act for gathering the arrears of rents at the General Court of the colony of the Massachusetts Bay
Address of the governing council and convention of the Massachusetts Bay
Addresses and petitions from New England
The agents' proposals and desire concern a new charter
Answer of the New England agents to Mr Randolph's account of the irregular trade carried on since the late revolution by the inhabitants of New England
Answer of Sir Edmund Andros to his instructions
Answer to the account of the late revolution at Boston
An answer to Sir Edmund Andros's account of the forces raised in New England for defence of the country against the Indians etc in the year 1688
Arrest warrant for Henry Deering
At a convention of the representatives of the several towns and villages of the Massachusetts colony in New England
At a council in Boston
Brief in the case of Sir Edmund Andros and others lately imprisoned and the agents of that colony
Captain George's letter to the Admiralty
Captain George's letter to the government
The case of the Massachusetts Colony considered in a letter to a friend at Boston
The charge against Sir Edmund Andros and others
Confirmation of the Governor, Council and representatives of Massachusetts Bay of their authority to govern the colony for the King of England
Copy of the docket of the New England charter and grants made in 1677
Copy of a letter giving an account of the prospect state of New England
Copy of a presentment from the Council of the Customs to the Lords of the Treasury
The countryman's answer to a gentleman in Boston, Mr. N. N.'s letter to a friend in the country
Credentials to the agents for the colony of the Massachusetts Bay
Declaration against the masters of several ships
The declaration of the gentlemen, merchants and inhabitants of Boston and the country adjacent
Declarations and Orders of the Governor, Council and representatives of Massachusetts Bay
Docket of Mr Randolph's commission
Extract of a letter from Boston received from Mr Usher
Extract of a letter from Bristol in New England unto Mr Mather and others
Extract of letter from Newport and Boston
Extract of a presentment from the Commissioners of Their Majesties Customs to the right honourable the Lords Commissioners of Their Majesties Treasury
Extract of Sir Edmund Andros's commission
Extracts and abstracts of letters from Boston
Extracts of letters
From a gentleman of Boston to a friend in the country
From the Governor and Council of Connecticut to Their Majesties
The humble address and petition of the General Court of Your Majesties most ancient colony of New Plymouth in New England
The humble address of the President and Council for safety of the people and conservation of the peace
The humble petition of Christopher Pennington, Corporal Francis Tyreman, Samuell Huttly and Robert Smith, soldiers
The humble petition of Gilbert Bant commander of the ship called the Mahctabell from Boston in New England
The humble petition of Jahleel Bronton
The humble petition of Jervas Coppindale, prisoner on board the Rose
The humble petition of Robert Nelson esq for letters of reprisal
An ingenious merchant of Boston in New England writes to his friend in London
Invoice and charges of sundry goods, wares and merchandise, shipped for Maryland
A journal of the proceedings in the late expedition to Port Royal, on board their majesties ship the Six Friends, the honourable Sir William Phipps, knight and commander in chief
Leave to export arms, ammunition etc to New England
Letter concerning a fight with Native Americans
Letter concerning a presentment from the Commissioners for Customs
Letter concerning the ship Dolphin
Letter from Mr Bedford to Sir Edmund Andros
Letter from Mr Randolph concerning his imprisonment and the threat posed by native Americans due to the unrest in New England
Letter from Mr Randolph to the Committee
Letter requesting help to stop invasions from Canada
Letter to the Commander of the colonies
Letter to Mr Dudley to return to prison
Letter with news from New England
Letters and abstracts from Mr Randolph
Letters from Mr Randulph and Mr Usher
Letters from New England
Letters from New England
Letters relating to the continued administration of government in New England
Letters relating to New England
List of the ships trading illegally in New England
Memorandum of papers received from Mr Randolph
Memorial to her royal highness from Abraham Kick regarding the religious and political rights of the colony
Minutes from Whitehall Council meetings
Mr Bullivant's journal of proceedings
Mr Dudley's bond to continue to his house till further order, and further orders to similar effect
Mr Livingstone's letter to Sir Edmund Andros
Mr Randolph's petition to be restored to his employment
Mr Randulph's narrative of the state of New England
Mr Russell not to hold the court at Cambridge
Names of those imprisoned with Sir E. Andros
Narrative of the present state of Great Island in New Hampshire
A narrative of the proceedings at Boston in New England upon the inhabitants seizing the government there
News from New England
News from New England concerning the Indians
Nomination and election of New England magistrates for the year 1690
Order for removing Sir Edmund Andros to the castle upon Castle Island
Order to take Edmund Andros and others to England
Order touching the Army to the eastward
Order upon Mr Usher's petition not to be molested upon account of his having been Treasurer
Papers relating to demands for Sir Edmund Andros and others to be sent to England
Petition of the inhabitants of Great Island in New Hampshire
Petition of the New England merchants
Petitions from royal officials in New England
Petitions to the King
Presentment touching Mr Randolph
Proposals touching on the Rose frigate
Publick Occurrences Both Forreign and Domestick, numbers 1
Reasons alleged in the scire facias for vacating the charter of the Massachusetts Bay in New England in the 36th year of the reign of King Charles the Second
Report concerning New England
The report of Captain John Holmes, commander of the ship America, employed to fetch masts for Their Majesties' ships of war from Pescathaway in New England
Resolution of the convention concerning Sir Edmund Andros, Dudley and Randulph
A short account of the irregular trade carried on since the late revolution by the inhabitants of New England but especially by those of the Massachusetts Colony
A short account of the loss of Pemaquid fort in New England
Sir Edmund Andros and others to what is objected against them by the New England agents
Sir Edmund Andros' account of the forces raised in the year 1688 for the defence of New England against the Indians
State of the four companies of standing forces in England
The state of New England and the government of Sir Edmund Andros
Summery [Summary] for New England
Summons to Sir Edmund Andros to surrender the government
To Mr Sanson about preparing a draught a letter for New England concerning the Act of Trade
Two addresses from the Governor, Council, and Convention of the Massachusetts Colony assembled at Boston in New England
Warrant for keeping those close prisoners of government committed
Warrant for levying a fine of five pounds
Warrant to assemble the freemen of Newbury to make a rate, after making estimation of the estates of that town.
Notes:
Volume title from publisher's website (resource viewed on 7 Oct. 2015)
Volume reference numbers: CO 5/855.
Contributor:
England and Wales. Board of Trade.
Great Britain. Colonial Office.
National Archives (Great Britain)
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
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