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Addenda: September 1695

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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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September 1695

Sept. 3. Admiralty. 1,341. William Bridgeman to William Blathwayt. The Admiralty, after considering the matters submitted to them by the Lords of Trade as to next year's trade, cannot recede from the report that they have already made. [Board of Trade. Trade Papers, 13. p. 140.]
Sept. 7. 1,342. Minute of Lords of Trade and Plantations. Agreed to lay the Admiralty's report of 11 August upon next year's trade before the Lords Justices in Council, that directions may be given according to what is proposed therein.
Here follows an abstract of the merchants' proposals. [Board of Trade. Trade Papers, 13. pp. 141–144.]
Sept. 12.
Whitehall
1,343. Orders of the Lords Justices of England in Council. Order for a general embargo to be laid on the foreign trade in all English ports, as advised by the Admiralty in their report of 11 August. [Board of Trade. Trade Papers, 13. pp. 145–147.]