Quarantine Warrants
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'Quarantine Warrants: 1745', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 5: 1742-1745 (1903), pp. 789-792. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92082 Date accessed: 17 September 2014.


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APPENDIX TO TABLE I.
QUARANTINE WARRANTS.
For release or discharge from quarantine or referring to the Customs Commissioners petitions relating to quarantine.
1744–5.
Date of Treasury Warrant.Date of Privy Council Order.Ship's Name.Master.Remarks.Reference.
1744–5.
Jan. 1
1744.
Dec. 21
“Delawar” - -John Jolley -From Turkey with raw silk, now at Standgate Creek.Customs Book XV. p. 479.
“Exeter” -Thomas Drew -From Leghorn with oil, now ibid.Ibid.
“St. George Billender”John Chessel -From Port Mahon with oil, now ibid.Ibid.
“Fortune” - -John Hooper -From Syria with cottons, now cast on shore at Whitstable, Kent.Ibid.
“Tilly”Isaac Dove -A tender to Admiral Rowley's fleet, and lately arrived at Port Mahon: now at the Mother Bank.Ibid.
Jan. 291744–5.
Jan. 3
“Bellica” -- -A tender lately returned from the fleet in the Mediterranean.Ibid, p. 484.
“Delawar” -John Jolly -From Turkey with silksIbid.
Jan. 31Jan. 30“Duke of Loraine”- -Taken from France by the “Warren” privateer, John Huddy commander.Ibid.
Feb. 7Feb. 5“Desmond” GalleyDaniel Goatley -From Leghorn with oil, &c., now at Standgate Creek.Ibid.
“Nuestra Sra. del Rosario et Sto. Joseppe.”Francisco ConstantineFrom Venice, Zante, &c., with currants, now ibid.Ibid.
Feb. 21Feb. 9“Stubbington” GalleyPeter Mauger -From Leghorn - -Ibid.
“Ruby” -Robert Saunders -Same - - -Ibid.
Feb. 26Feb. 9“Grand Duke” -- -Retaken from a French privateer by the “Warren” galley, and now near Falmouth.Customs Book XV. p. 485.
March 14March 11“Constantino” GalleyJohn Read -From Venice with currants.Ibid.
“Tartar” Pink -Robert Brown -From Naples with raisinsIbid.
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April 2
March 29St. Anniello” -Joseph Romane -From Belvedere with raisins, now at Standgate Creek.Ibid.
“Immaculata Concezzione e l'anime del Purgatorio.”Guiseppe di NicholaFrom Naples with raisins, now ibid.Ibid.
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April 6
“Mary” -Andrew White -From Leghorn, now ibidIbid.
“Tuscany” GalleyStephen SpracklingSame -Ibid.
April 10April 6“Prince Rupert”--Ibid, p. 493.
April 23April 19“Winchilsea” -John CurlingIn ballast from Port Mahon, now at Standgate Creek.Ibid, p. 495.
“Charming Molly”Andrew Kelly. -From Leghorn, now ibidIbid.
“Robinhood”David Littlejohn -Same -Ibid.
May 2April 30“Italian Merchant”George Ribbie -From Genoa, &c., but last from Dublin, where she was stranded.Ibid.
“Mamhead” GalleyJohn Chappell -From Naples, now at Standgate Creek.Ibid.
May 7May 1“Our Lady of the Carmalites St. Antonio of Padua and the souls of Purgatory.”Paul Tiozzo -With currants from Zante, now at King Road, Bristol.Ibid.
May 9May 8“Emerentia”Thomas JohnstoneWith argol, &c., from Leghorn, now at Standgate Creek.Ibid.
“La Madona de Rosario”George Pedretti -With currants from Zante, &c., now ibid.Ibid.
May 15May 10“Demetris” -Peter Bozzato -From Venice, &c., now ibidIbid.
“San Speridion”Francisco GiasickSame -Ibid.
May 22May 16“Our Lady of Providence”Nicholas della CasaFrom Genoa with oil, now at the Mother Bank.Ibid.
May 29May 23“Prince Rupert” Snow- -From Santa Cruz, under quarantine since June 28 last.Ibid, p. 498.
June 12May 28“Thames”Willoughby MarchantFrom Turkey - -Customs Book XV. p. 498.
June 26June 24“Mary and Susanna”— Purches -From Leghorn, now at Standgate Creek.Ibid.
July 10July 2“Gibraltar” -John Mickell -From Leghorn with wine, &c. (Mickell, who lost his leg in an engagement with a French man-of-war or privateer, to go on shore).Ibid. XVI. p. 7.
Aug. 28Aug. 27“George” -John Mitchell -From Zante with currantsIbid.
“Young Lambert”- - -Now at Standgate Creek -Ibid.
Sept. 19Sept. 18“Diamond” -Daniel Goatley -From Leghorn with raisins, straw hats, &c., now ibid.Ibid.
Sept. 26Sept. 19“Eaton” FrigateMichael Page -From Leghorn, now ibid.Ibid, p. 8.
“Westmorland”Joseph Shanks -From Leghorn with wine, &c.Ibid.
Oct. 15Oct. 4“Phœnix” -Thomas Ellis -Same - -Ibid.
“Real” Galley -Owen Phillips -From Gallipoli with oilIbid.
“Jenny” - -Samuel Staples -From Leghorn with marble, &c.Ibid.
Oct. 22Oct. 4“William and Robert”Phillip Ross -From Gibraltar with Spanish prize wine.Ibid.
Nov. 7Oct. 29“Margaret” -Francis Moore -From Gibraltar with returned victualling stores.Ibid.
“Preparation” -John Adams -From Port Mahon and Gibraltar with prize goods.Ibid
“Richard and Alithea”Francis BulsonFrom Gibraltar with victualling stores and prize wines.Ibid.
“Royal Betty” -Henry Garrett -From Port Mahon and Gibraltar.Ibid.
“Prince of Orange”William DeverisonFrom Genoa with oil, &c.Ibid.
“Unicorn”Thomas ArmstrongFrom Gibraltar with oil, now in the Thames.Ibid.
“Elizabeth”Alexander GillonLate a tender to the fleet in the Mediterranean.Ibid, p. 30.
Nov. 7Oct. 29“Ann” - -Ralph DodsworthLate a tender to the fleet in the Mediterranean.Customs Book XVI. p. 30.
“Winchelsea” -Allanson ChapmanFrom Mahon in ballast, now in the Thames.Ibid.
Nov. 12Nov. 7“Kitty and Betty”Joseph Willis -Late a tender on the fleet in the Mediterranean, now in the Thames.Ibid.
Nov. 19Nov. 12“Moggy Lauder”John Scott - -From Port Mahon and Gibraltar, now at Standgate Creek.Ibid.
Dec. 3Nov. 28“Stubbington” GalleyPeter MaugerFrom Leghorn, now ibid.Ibid.
Dec. 12Oct. 29“Eaton” Frigate-To discharge two bales of silk of her cargo.Ibid.
Dec. 24Dec. 19“Levant” -Joseph CarteretFrom Turkey with silks, &c.Ibid.