|1. Mr. Popple to Mr. Lowndes. In reply to June 28, encloses
papers relating to the Palatines settled at New York. Requests
50 copies of each of the Acts mentioned June 27. [C.O. 5, 1122.
|2. Mr. Burchett to Mr. Popple. In reply to June 29, encloses
following. Signed, J. Burchett. Endorsed, Recd., Read 3rd
July, 1711. Addressed. 1 p. Enclosed,|
|2. i. List of H. M. ships and vessels attending on the Governmts. in America. Defyance, Salisbury, Salisbury
prize, Jersey, Weymouth, Windsor, Nonsuch, Medway
prize, Jamaica sloop, Tryall, at Jamaica. Burlington,
Panther, Experiment, at Barbados. Diamond, Leeward
Islands. Lowestoffe, Feversham, New York. Chester,
New England. Enterprize, Trytons prize, Virginia.
Shoreham, Hector, going to New York. 1 p. [C.O.
323, 7. Nos. 14, 14 i.; and 324, 9. pp. 482, 483.]|
|3. Address of the Governor, Council and Assembly of the
Massachusetts Bay, to the Queen. Duplicate of Address from
New Hampshire, July 22 q.v. Signed, J. Dudley, Isa. Addington,
Secry., By order of the Council, and John Burrill, Speaker,
By order of the Representatives. 1 p. [C.O. 5, 10. No. 140.]|
|4. Mr. Popple to Mr. Attorney and Mr. Solicitor General.
Requests an answer as soon as possible to letter of Jan. 3rd q.v.
[C.O. 29, 12. pp. 354, 355.]|
|5. Mr. Popple to Mr. Attorney General. Requests a reply
to April 27 on Wait Winthrop's petition. [C.O. 5, 913. pp.
|July 6.||6. Minutes of Assembly of N. Hampshire, June 15–July 6,
1711. Endorsed, Recd. from Mr. Newman. Feb. 7, 17 11/12. 3 pp.
[C.O. 5, 865. Nos. 75–77.]|
Custom House, Bristoll.
|7. Bristol Custom-house Officers to the Council of Trade and
Plantations. Enclose following. Signed, J. Reynardson, Jno.
Elbridge. Endorsed, Recd. 9th, Read 11th July, 1711. Postmark. Addressed. 1 p. Enclosed,|
|7. i. List of fishing ships (7) cleared from Bristol to the
Newfoundland fishery June 24, 1710–1711, with 1/5th
of the crew landmen that never were at sea before, in
accordance with the Act 10 and 11 of Wm. III. 2 pp.
[C.O. 194, 5. Nos. 6, 6 i.; and (without enclosure) 195, 5.
pp. 231, 232.]|
|8. Mr. Richier to Mr. Popple. In reply to yours, we have
as yet recd. no letters from ye Jersies, but I have writ to Mr.
Dockminique, ye President of our Society, who will wait upon
ye Lords Commrs. Wtt. we have to offer lies in a narrow compass.
We have formerly complain'd (and not without very great cause)
against those 4 men in ye Council (vizt. Cox, Sunmans, Hall and
Pinhorn, and agt. Jeremiah Bass, Secretary, and ye late Representacion of ye Assembly has justified our complaint. I shall not
wonder if Dockwrey become an advocate for ym., because they
have been his tooles to act such things for his private advantage,
to ye great wrong of those who intrusted him, etc. As to his character we must refer to a memoriall etc. left some years since at yr.
Board. Signed, Edw. Richier. Endorsed, Recd. 10th., Read 11th.,
July, 1711. Addressed. Sealed. ¾ p. [C.O. 5, 970. No. 150.]|
|9. H.M. Warrant granting to Thomas Day a piece of land
in Bermuda, whereon his brother, Samuel Day, had built a house
when Governor there. The Governor is to recommend to the
Assembly that the house built by him on the said piece of ground
be bought by them for £200 for the use of the Governor for the
time being. But if the house be not so purchased, the Governor
is to issue a warrant as aforesaid. Countersigned, Oxford.
Endorsed, Recd. Read July 26, 1711. 2 pp. [C.O. 37, 9. No.
19; and 38, 7. pp. 16–19.]|
|10. Mr. Burchett to Mr. Popple. Capt. Crow of the Warspight,
who will command H.M. ships at Newfoundland, acquaints me
that in the heads of enquiry from the Council of Trade and
Plantations there are several clauses which require penaltys to
be inflicted, either by seizures or forfeitures, but that those
forfeitures not being inserted, he desires to know how hee shall
govern himselfe therein, etc. Signed, J. Burchett. Endorsed,
Recd. Read July 11, 1711. Addressed. 1 p. [C.O. 194, 5.
No. 7; and 195, 5. p. 232.]|