Addenda
July 1701

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Cecil Headlam (editor)

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1910

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731-732

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'Addenda: July 1701', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 19: 1701 (1910), pp. 731-732. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=71592 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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July 1701

July 8.1159. Minutes of Council in Assembly of Barbados. Upon the petition of the Judges of the late Court of Grand Sessions and of the Hon. Benja. Cryer and the rest of the clergy, to pardon Charles Edmund Nealer, lately sentenced to die for felony in stealing divers goods from Mary Coates, widow, H.E. was pleased to grant a pardon to Nealer, provided he goes off the Island in 30 days and never returns again.
Petition of the pirates, that came hither in the Vine pinck, referred to the Attorney and Solicitor General for their opinion what is fit to be done by virtue of H.M. proclamation.
6l. paid to Col. Tobias Frere for the loss of his servant murdered by a negro, since executed; 14l. to Ann Stoker and Daniel Parkinson, in whom the reversion of the negro was vested, and 5l. to Ann Cooper, she having a present estate in him.
Upon the petition of Edward Lascelles, merchant, praying liberty to run out a wharf at the Post Office further into the sea, that it may be made even with the adjoining wharf, referred to the Surveyor General, Mr. Poppell to be present.
Petition of Alexander Davies and Mary his wife, praying that John Heywood, marshall, may be summoned to appear next Council Day to answer a complaint therein laid to his charge, granted.
July 9.Writ issued for a Member to serve in the Assembly for the Parish of St. Peter's, All Saints, in the room of Saml. Maynard, gone off the Island.
Recommended that Magnus Poppell go about his mold speedily, to avoid the hurricane destroying what he has already done, and that no ship careen without his leave, unless it be done by the mold, and that no one ship shall pay for careening more than twice in one year, though they have occasion to careen oftener. [C.O. 31, 6. pp. 12–14.]