Journal, November 1778
Volume 85

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Institute of Historical Research

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K. H. Ledward (editor)

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1938

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209-210

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'Journal, November 1778: Volume 85', Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations, Volume 14: January 1776 - May 1782 (1938), pp. 209-210. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=77787 Date accessed: 19 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Journal, November 1778

fo. 200.

Thursday, November 5th. Present:—Mr. de Grey.

Lord George Germain, one of his Majesty's principal Secretaries of State, attends.

Trade.

Read the following orders of the Lords of the Privy Council, vizt.:
Order, dated November 3rd, 1778, referring the petition of Robert Mangles, praying leave to export to Flushing, on board the ship Dunkirk, sundry iron cannon, for the use of a privateer.
Order, dated November 3rd, 1778, referring the petition of Nicholas Le Messurier, praying leave to export to Guernsey from Southampton, on board the ship Queen, certain military stores, for trade.

Their Lordships, upon consideration of the two foregoing petitions, were of opinion, that the exportation therein prayed for should be allowed; and the draughts of two reports to the Lords of the Privy Council thereupon, having been prepared, were approved, transcribed and signed.

fo. 201.

Friday, November 13th. Present:—Mr. de Grey.

Lord George Germain, one of his Majesty's principal Secretaries of State, attends.

Trade.

Read the following orders of the Lords of the Privy Council, vizt.:
Order, dated November 3rd, 1778, referring to this Board, the petition of William Wallace, praying leave to export from Liverpool to Dublin, on board the ship Lucy, sundry military stores, for use of a Letter of Marque.
Order, dated November 6th, 1778, referring to this Board, the petition of William Manning, praying leave to export to the Island of St. Christopher, on board the ship Rowley, sundry military stores, for the use and defence of that Island.
fo. 202.
Order, dated November 10th. 1778. referring to this Board. the petition of Messieurs de Gruchy and Fiott. praying leave to export to Jersey, on board the ship London Packet, sundry military stores, for arming trading vessels and private ships of war.

Their Lordships, upon consideration of the three foregoing petitions, were of opinion, that the exportation prayed for should be allowed: and the draughts of three reports to the Lords of the Privy Council thereupon, having been prepared. were approved, transcribed and signed.

fo. 203.

Tuesday. November 24th. Present:—Mr. Jolliffe. Mr. Greville. Mr. de Grey.

Lord George Germain, one of his Majesty's principal Secretaries of State, attends.

Trade.

Read an order of the Lords of the Privy Council, dated November 18th, 1778. referring to this Board the petition of Thomas Monkland, praying leave to export to the East Indies, on board the ship Grafton, five thousand sword blades, for private trade.

Their Lordships, upon consideration of the foregoing petition, were of opinion, that the exportation prayed for should be allowed: and the draught of a report to the Lords of the Privy Council, having been prepared, was approved, transcribed and signed.

fo. 204.

Read a letter from Edward Stanley, esquire. Secretary to the Commissioners of the Customs, to Mr. Cumberland, dated November 13th. 1778. transmitting.
Copy of the Custom house Ledger for the year 1771.

Leeward Islands.

Read a letter from William Mathew Burt, esquire, Governor of the Leeward Islands, to the Board, dated St. Christopher's, August 16th. 1778. transmitting duplicates of sundry publick papers which have been previously received.