America and West Indies: October 1659

Pages 477-478

Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies: Volume 1, 1574-1660. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1860.

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October 1659

Oct. 3. Similar Order. For the Jamaica business to be reported to the Council on the following day. [Ibid., p. 640.]
Oct. 4. Similar Orders. For a warrant to apprehend Cecil Lord Baltimore, and such others as are suspected to be engaged with him in making and exporting great sums of money, and to seize all money, stamps, tools and instruments for coining. The proposals to Parliament for the West India trade to be debated in Council on the 7th. [Ibid., pp. 646–47.]
Oct. 5. Similar Orders. Petition of Samuel Shattock, Nicholas Phelps, and Josiah Southwick, with papers annexed, complaining of their great sufferings, and the severe punishments unjustly inflicted upon them by the Magistrates of Boston in New England, to be referred to the Committee for plantations for their report. Lord Baltimore to be summoned to attend the Committee for plantations concerning an information that a great quantity of silver is coined and sent to Maryland by his orders, who are directed to report thereon. [Ibid., pp. 652–53.]
Oct. 8. Similar Order. All of the Council present, being members of Parliament, to be added to the Committee for Plantations. [Ibid., p. 657.]
Oct. 11. 74. Abstract of the names and sums of money claimed by officers and soldiers returned from Jamaica, now living. Their arrears at large having been formerly reported to the Council. [See ante, p. 469.]