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Addenda: November 1684

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Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 17, 1699 and Addenda 1621-1698. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1908.

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November 1684

Nov. 25. 1,146. A collection of papers relating to the plunder of the sloop James by the pirate Yankey.
1,146. I. Depositions of John Thorp and several others. Abstracted in a previous volume of this Calendar, 1681–1685. No. 1962. 3½ pp. Endorsed, Recd. 31 March, '85. Read 4 April, 1686.
1,146. II, III. Statement of the case of James Wale or Wall, owner of the sloop James. Two copies. 1 p.; and 4 pp.
1,146. IV. Deposition of John Smith, late pilot of Yankey's ship, as to the capture of the sloop; sworn at Jamaica, 27 January, 1685. 1 p.
1,146. V. Deposition of Captain Henry Boteler, concerning the sloop James. 1 p.
1,146. VI. List of goods detained by the French from the sloop James.
1,146. VII. Petition of James Wale to the King, begging him to obtain for him satisfaction for the loss of his sloop. 1 p. [Colonial Papers, Vol. LXV., Nos. 39 I.–VII.]
Nov. 26. 1,147. Colonel Hender Molesworth to the Governor of Petit Guavos. Abstracted in a previous volume of this Calendar, 1681–1684. No. 1964. Holograph. 3¼ pp. Annexed,
1,147. I. Pass issued by Colonel Molesworth to John Thorp of the sloop James. 4 Sept., 1684. Copy. 1 p. [Colonial Papers, Vol. LXV., Nos. 40, 40 I.]