America and West Indies
Miscellaneous, 1702

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1913

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'America and West Indies: Miscellaneous, 1702', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 21: 1702-1703 (1913), pp. 80-82. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=73583 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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Miscellaneous 1702

[? 1702.]104. Reasons offered by the Hudson Bay Company for reducing that part of Hudson's Bay, now in possession of the French, to the Crown of England. Copy. 1¼ pp. No date. [Reference to his late Majesty.] [C.O. 134, 3. No. 15.]
[1702.]105. Opinion of some persons conversant in Newfoundland relating to a boom for the harbour of St. John's. Estimate and specification etc. No signature or date. 1 p. [C.O. 194, 22. No. 3.]
[1702.]106. A Particular of Ordnance Arms and Stores for the Leeward Islands. No signature or date. 1 p. [C.O. 152, 39. No. 94.]
107. Acts of Antigua. [C.O. 8, 3. pp. 113 ff.; and (printed) 154, 3. pp. 126–145.]
108. Acts of Barbados. [C.O. 30, 3. pp. 338ff.; and 30, 6. pp. 230ff; and (printed) 30, 4. pp. 202–204.]
109. Acts of Jamaica. [C.O. 139, 9. pp. 62 ff.]
110. Acts of Maryland. [C.O. 5, 731. pp. 773 ff.; and (printed) 5, 730. pp. 16 ff; and (printed) 5, 739. pp. 13 ff.]
111. Acts of the Massachusetts Bay. Printed. [C.O. 5, 771. pp. 225ff.; and 5, 772. pp. 211ff.; and 5, 773. pp. 139ff.]
112. Acts of Montserat. [C.O. 176, 3. pp. 16ff.]
113. Acts of New York. Printed. [C.O. 5, 1413. pp. 47ff.; and 5, 1144. pp. 53ff.; and 5, 1145. pp. 45ff.; and 5, 1146. pp. 47ff.]
114. Acts of Virginia. Printed Titles only. [C.O. 5, 1382. pp. 117–120.]
115. Lists of Acts of Bermuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Jamaica etc. [C.O. 5, 274. passim.]
[? 1702–3.]116. Richard Cary, Agent for Antigua, to Sir Charles Hedges, Secretary of State. Upon application made by the said Agent for ordnance etc. for the Island of Antigua, the Board of Ordnance proposing that there is an Engineer at Barbados, who, if H.M. pleaseth, may be ordered to Antigua to view the fortifications, and report what may be needful for them, prays that the Engineer may be ordered accordingly, that the said Island may be supplied with necessary stores. Signed, Rd. Cary. [C.O. 7, 1. No. 2.]
1702.117. Grants of Land. New York. [C.O. 5, 1134.]
118. List of Grants of land and quit-rents. South Carolina, 1702. [C.O. 5, 398.]
[1702 ?]119. Peter Dyer to the Earl of Nottingham. Petitioner, one of the quondam captives of the Havanna, was according to your Honor's Orders, examined by the Commissioners of Trade, at whose suggestion I procured an account of all the Spanish coast, the chief ports of Cuba and Hispaniola etc. I applyed myself to your Honor on Thursday last, and your Honor ordered me to go to Mr. Tucker to hear their report, which was that letters should be sent by a flag of truce to Havana to demand the prisoners, and likewise better usage for the future, otherwise they are to expect that the Spaniards taken by us shall be served the same by way of reprisall etc. Prays that he may be sent with the flag of truce. Signed, Peter Dyer. 2 pp. Enclosed,
119. i. A description of the Havana with reasons why it would be of importance to England. 2 pp. [C.O. 318, 3. Nos. 2, 2.i.]
[1702.]120. Emanuel Penhallow, of H.M. Royal and late reformed independent company in St. Christophers, to the Queen. Petitioner being not willing to give an able slave unto Col. James Norton to discharge petitioner from military service, Col. Norton committed him prisoner on Brimstone Hill, where he had not the speech of six persons in six months, the guard excepted. At the end of that time he was compelled to comply with Col. Norton's unreasonable demands, and half of the moyety that was then justly due to petitioner for his service from July 5, 1683—Dec. 19, 1699, or else be kept prisoner till the General's arrival, if it were seven and seven years. Begs for redress. Signed, Emanuell Penhallow. 1 p. Enclosed,
120. i. Emanuel Penhallow's account of money received from Col. Tho. Hill 1690–1700. 1 p.
120. ii. List of H.M. Independent Company, reformed Sept., 1702. 1½ pp. [C.O. 239, 1. Nos. 2, 2.i., ii.]
121. Copies of Governor's Instructions issued in 1702 and calendared under dates. [C.O. 5, 188.]
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? May.]
122. Brigadier Colenbine to the Earl of Nottingham. Petitions that the medicines designed for Lord Peterborough's expedition be forthwith sent down to Portsmouth etc. Signed, V. Colenbine. 1 p. [C.O. 318, 3. No. 1a.]