Addenda
Miscellaneous, 1660

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J. W. Fortescue (editor)

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1899

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632-633

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'Addenda: Miscellaneous, 1660', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 12: 1685-1688 and Addenda 1653-1687 (1899), pp. 632-633. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=70565 Date accessed: 02 August 2014.


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Miscellaneous, 1660

1660 ?2,014. Account of the population of Jamaica, with their proportion of arms, and of acres planted. 2,458 men, 454 women, 448 children, 514 negroes, 618 arms, 2,588 acres. 2 pp. Undated. [Col. Papers, Vol. LXIV., No. 53.]
1660.2,015. Memorial of John Tarama, a Spanish merchant, concerning Jamaica. Recommends that Spaniards be encouraged to settle there, and shows that security and just government, combined with personal and religious liberty, such as is enjoyed in Dutch and Venetian Colonies, will attract many, to the prosperity and increase of population of the island, and augmentation of his Majesty's Crown Spanish. 2½ pp. [Col. Papers, Vol. LXIV., No. 54.]
[1660.]2,016. Petition of Capt. Bernard Reilly to the King. Petitioner served in Lord Digby's regiment in Flanders, and afterwards in England, under Col. Rivers, but is now bound for Jamaica. Prays to be appointed Storehousekeeper of Prizes in that island, with a salary, and to be recommended to the Governor. 1 p. [Col. Papers, Vol. LXIV., No. 55.]
1660 ?2,017. Petition of Manuel Fisxil and Jorge Cardosso for freedom of trade in Jamaica. Spanish. ½ p. [Col. Papers, Vol. LXIV., No. 56.]
2,018. Petition of Matthias Decost to the King, for assistance in the management of five silver and copper mines discovered by him in Virginia and Maryland, where he has resided nineteen years. 1 p. [Col. Papers, Vol. LXIV., No. 57.]
2,019. Petition of Daniel de Bueno Henriques and Rowland Jackson to the King. Asking letters of denization. 1 p. undated. [Col. Papers, Vol. LXIV., No. 58.]
2,020. A petition from Henriques only, to the same effect, mentioning that he has lived four years in Barbados. Undated. 1 p. [Col. Papers, Vol. LXIV., No. 59.]