July 1689


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'Addenda: July 1689', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 13: 1689-1692 (1901), pp. 758. URL: Date accessed: 22 November 2014.


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July 1689

July 19.2,749. News from Liverpool. By a ship just arrived from Virginia we hear that the French have drawn down the Indians upon the East of New England, and destroyed thousands—the master says 10,000 men, women and children. Scrap. [Board of Trade. New England, 5. No. 17A.]
July 22.2,750. Deposition of Peter Godfree. Abstracted above. No. 281. ½ p. [America and West Indies. 578. No. 33B.]
July 24.2,751. Extract from a letter from Penzance to Sir Robert Southwell. Reporting that a new England ship recently arrived off the place and put six passengers, one of them supposed to be the late Secretary of New England, on board a fishing boat. ½ p. [Board of Trade. New England, 5. No. 22A.]
July 30.2,752. The King to Captain Francis Nicholson. Abstracted above. No. 307. Copy. [America and West Indies. 578. No. 36A.]