America and West Indies: September 1628

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Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies: Volume 1, 1574-1660. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1860.

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September 1628

Sept. 12. The King to Sir John Harvey, Governor of Virginia. The King renews to those colonies their lands and privileges formerly granted, and declares his pleasure in sundry other things touching the government there. [Docquet. DOMESTIC Car. I.]
Sept. 22. Abraham Jacob to Jas. Earl of Carlisle. The Island business has not as yet yielded above 200l., which the writer paid to Jas. Maxwell. [Extract from DOMESTIC Corresp. Car. I., Vol. CXVII., No. 53, Cal. p. 335.]
Sept. 29. Sir Robt. Killigrew to Jas. Earl of Carlisle. Things concerning St. Christopher's are in the same state, save a letter, come to the hands of Tom Davis, speaks of a desire a Governor of the West Indies has to supplant the Earl. Hopes to propound a way to make those islands past fear of the King of Spain. [DOMESTIC Corresp. Car. I., Vol. CXVII., No. 79, Cal. p. 338.]