Addenda: April 1692

Pages 762-763

Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies: Volume 13, 1689-1692. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1901.

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April 1692

[April 4.] 2,785. List of the French fleet at Martinique. Fifteen vessels in all, one third rate of 69 guns, six fourth rates of 46 to 56 guns, and the remainder smaller craft. French. 1 p. Endorsed. Recd. 4 April, 1692, from Sir C. Musgrave. [Board of Trade. Jamaica, 6. No. 96.]
April 27.
2,786. President and Council of Jamaica to Lords of Trade and Plantations. Abstracted above. No. 2,203. 2 pp. Endorsed. Recd. 14 July. Abstract read 19 Aug., 92. [Board of Trade. Jamaica, 6. No. 97.]
April 27.
2,787. Edward Broughton to William Blathwayt. I forward the Minutes of Council. I am now restored to my sorry office from which Lord Inchiquin had taken many branches. We hear of ten French ships cruising off Cape Tiburon. A Creole deserter has done some mischief by landing and robbing some of the plantations in the extreme parts of the Island. Signed. Edw. Broughton. 1 p. Endorsed. Recd. 23 July, 1692. [Board of Trade. Jamaica, 6. No. 98.]