September 1686


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'Addenda: September 1686', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 12: 1685-1688 and Addenda 1653-1687 (1899), pp. 656. URL: Date accessed: 18 September 2014.


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September 1686

Sept. 25.2,150. Minutes of Council of New England. Order for the ordinary annual charge of the Castle to be £200, of which £50 to the lieutenant, provided he be always in residence. Captain Clapp to deliver up the Castle and give an account of the stores therein. Sundry petitions and minor orders. Order approving the removal of the distressed Eleutherian people to Caicoa Bay for settlement.
Sept. 26.Letter to Captain St. Loe, refusing him permission to have a bonfire, owing to the danger to the city, which is built of wood. Sundry minor orders.
Sept. 27.Order for a market to be kept in Boston; the details referred to a Committee. Order as to Siveret's ship, seized by Mr. Randolph, that she be tried in some British port. Order for the distribution of the money collected at Salem for the distressed French settlers. [Col. Entry Bk., Vol. LXIV., pp. 67–74.]