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By his Excellency Sir James Cockburn Bart. Governor and Commander...
By his Excellency Sir James Cockburn Bart. Governor and Commander in Chief etca. etca. etca. Personally appeared Steward Abernethy Assistant Commissary and made oath that... he puplished... Advertisement... Cash for Bills of Exchange..., Original digital object name: bei-m454a, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Received from Stewart Abernethy Esqr. Assistant Commissary...
Received from Stewart Abernethy Esqr. Assistant Commissary, the Sum of One hundred and twenty four pieces of eight and four bits...Signed "Jas. Cockburn Govr. and Comdr. in Chief"On verso, one half ledger page of ostler's accounts, also signed by Cockburn., Original digital object name: bei-m454b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Schr. Fly, Wallace Copy of the King's Advocate's Opinion (docket title)
"There being several Cases before me which depend upon the Blockade of Curacoa, it may be convenient here to state a general View of them, referring in the other Cases to this Opinion... In respect to this particular Case, it is rather a strong one in favor of the Captors-- for, the invoked Letters tend to shew that the Place was considered as Blockaded by the Persons at Curacoa, and the Vessel being in the Port, the Master could hardly have been ignorant of its Existence - and violated it by lading and bringing away a Cargo..." signed "J. Nicholl."With the papers on Bligh's blockade of Curaçao, M425 in this catalogue., Original digital object name: bei-m440, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Survey of Provisions recd. by the Dispatch transport Victualler (docket title)
"By Brigadier General Layard... The Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, having directed that all provisions and Liquors arriving in this Island for the use of His Majesty's troops, should be Surveyed as Soon as Landed..." signed "J: T. Layard Brigr. General Comm.g the Forces"Directed to Major Gordon, Captain Hoy, Lieutenant Cowper, Assistant Surgeon Seamen, and Thomas Mashiter and Robertson, Merchants, with their signatures on the third page following their report of inspection.Some of the flour found damaged., Original digital object name: bei-m461, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.