America and West Indies: September 1624

Pages 69-70

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 1624

Sept. 15. Licence to Sir Francis Wyatt, Governor of Virginia, to return to England for his own private business, on the decease of his father. Power to Sir George Yeardley to be Governor in his stead, and on his death John Harvey, or failing him, any one of the Council there, chosen by the majority. [Docquet. DOMESTIC Jac. I.]
Sept. 28.
The Privy Council to the Governor of Virginia. John Puntis, Vice-Admiral of Virginia, lately deceased in England, having made Sir Thomas Merry his executor, and a great part of the estate remaining in Virginia, he is directed to cause an exact account to be taken of Puntis' property, to be sealed and sent over to Merry. [Colonial Entry Bk., Vol. LXXIX., p. 277.]
Sept. 30.
Warrant to Lord Carew, Master of the Ordnance, to deliver 20 barrels of powder to Sir Thomas Smythe for the use of the Somers Islands, to be paid for at the rate of 10d. per lb. [Colonial Entry Bk., Vol. LXXIX., p. 278.]