America and West Indies
January 1690

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1969

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'America and West Indies: January 1690', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Addenda: Addenda for 1688-1696 (1969), pp. 19-20. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=71506 Date accessed: 29 August 2014.


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January 1690

Jan. 745. Lord Baltimore to the Lords of Trade and Plantations. Prays that certain inhabitants and traders of Maryland with experience of the conditions of government there, may be summoned before the Committee to testify concerning the charge contained in the recent declaration of Capt. Coode. ¼ p. Enclosed:
I. List of the persons proposed: Col. Tailler, Mr. Abington, old inhabitants; Mr. Lillington, an Anglican minister, many years a resident; Henry Coursey, junior, and Mrs. Smith, natives; George Robins, inhabitant; Samuel Groom, Capt. Phillips, Capt. Watts, traders to Maryland. ½ p. Printed in Archives of Maryland, Vol.8, pp.162–163. [C.O. 5/718 ff.55–57]
Jan. 1046. John Coode to Mr. Bacon, President of Virginia. Already calendared in Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series, 1689–1692, No. 707. Signed Jno Coode. Endorsed: Copy. Recd. 14 April 1690 from Mr. Coode. Printed in Archives of Maryland, Vol.8, pp.163–165. [C.O. 5/718 f.82]
[Jan. 11]47. Law concerning Religion. Printed. Endorsed: Recd. from Lord Baltimore 11 January 1689–90. [C.O. 5/718 f. 51]
[Jan. 11]48. Petition of Lord Baltimore to the Lords of Trade and Plantations. Already calendared in Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series, 1689–1692, No. 708. Inscribed: Recd. 11 Jan. 1689–90. Printed in Archives of Maryland, Vol.8, p.165. [C.O. 5/718 f.52]
[Jan. 14]49. Proposals of the same to the same. Already calendared with the foregoing. Endorsed: Recd. 14 Jan. 1689–90. Printed in Archives of Maryland, Vol.8, pp.165–166. [C.O. 5/718 ff.53–54]
Jan. 29
Virginia
50. Col. Nathaniel Bacon to John Coode. Yours of 10 Jan. received. I hear from the messenger that it was written last Friday, so that you have not received an account of the Proceedings of the Council concerning the death of John Payne, the King's collector. Upon the first notice of this I issued a warrant and secured John Woodcock and George Mason, but the latter is so dangerously wounded that it is doubtful whether he will live. A warrant is still out against William Ayleworth and `Brother Will'. The Council at James City on Jan. 16 ordered that no European ship shall be cleared until March 1 in order that such may sail to Point Comfort in James River and make up a fleet; none, however, shall sail before March 15. A copy of this order has been sent to Mr. Blakiston, Collector in Maryland. Copy authenticated by Jno Coode. ½ p. Printed in Archives of Maryland, Vol.8, pp.166–167 and 231–232. [C.O. 5/718 f.84]