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America and West Indies: February 1650

Pages 333-334

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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February 1650

Feb. 5.
Warwick House.
Minute of a Meeting for Providence Island. Concerning payment of the Company's debt. [Colonial Entry Bk., Vol. III., p. 395.]
Feb. 6. Order of Committee of the Admiralty. The business of Maryland, between Capt. Ingle and Lord Baltimore, is again put off "by reason of other special occasions not permitting this Committee to sit to hear the same," to the 14th, when all parties concerned are directed to attend; on the 15th it was again deferred to the 21st. [INTERREGNUM, Entry Bk., Vol. CXLVI., pp. 119–20.]
Feb. 19.
Warwick House.
Minutes of a Meeting for Providence Island. William Jessop presents statement of the debts of the first adventurers; he is ordered to bring in his accounts for disbursements about the Santa Clara. Another meeting ordered in a fortnight. [This is the last entry in the volume, although there are many blank leaves. Colonial Entry Bk., Vol. III., p. 395.]
Feb. 19. Order of the Council of State. Referring the remonstrance of Capt. Ingle, concerning two ships going to Virginia, to Committee of the Admiralty for their report; in the meantime the ships to be stayed if they see cause. [INTEREGNUM, Entry Bk., Vol. XCII., p. 7.]
Feb. 20. Orders of Committee of the Admiralty. The Serjeant of the Admiralty to be directed to make stay of the Flower de Luce, John White, master, and the Thomas and John, Wm. Farr, master, bound to Virginia, with divers persons disaffected to the Commonwealth. The Maryland business to be again defered till the 25th. [Ibid., Vol. CXLVI., p. 123.]
Feb. 20. Committee of the Admiralty to Col. Temple. To make stay of the two vessels above mentioned, now fitting in the Thames. [Ibid.]
Feb. 25. Order of Committee of the Admiralty. The business of Maryland, between Capt. Ingle and Lord Baltimore, to be deferred to 1st March, when all the witnesses previously summoned are directed to attend. [Ibid., p. 125.]
Feb. 26. Order of the Council of State. For the business concerning Virginia, to be considered on 1st March, when Maurice Thompson, Mr. Allen, and others, traders to Virginia, with Dr. Walker, are directed to attend. [Ibid., Vol. XCII., p. 43.]