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...At a Court of Chancery held by His Excellency Sr. Thomas…
...At a Court of Chancery held by His Excellency Sr. Thomas Robinson... Robert Cholmeley Esqr. produced an Order of the King in Council for reversing Several Orders made here in the Cause wherein Susanna Broome & a.t: are appellants and Sr. John Eyles is appelland...", Original digital object name: bei-m080, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
21 Feb. 1838. ALS to Thomas Metcalfe
"My Dear Sir Mr Sharpe the Agent for the Lowther Estate in Barbados has written to me reporting that another [?] may be joined with him in a power of Attorney to manage the Property, in case of his illness, or absence from the Colony..." "Cotterman, Feb. 21."See Handler 132-133 for "An abstract of the accounts of Lowther's plantations in Barbados..." "Lowther's plantation, located at Christ Church, was owned during the period 1825-35 by the Duke of Cleland and Lord William Powlett.", Original digital object name: bei-m560, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
3d Augt 1757 Act of Assembly
An Act Additional to and Explanatory of the Act Entituled "An Act for the better Ordering and regulating of his Majestys high and Hoñble Court of Exchequer and Pleas of the Crown in this Jsland, " as also for Removing all Doubts, Correcting Errors, and Supplying the Want of Continuances of the proceedings on Account of Mistakes, in any Commissions issued to the Barons and Justices, or by Reason of any Misadjournments or The Non-Adjournment of the sd. Court. ...Phillipps MS 36179., Original digital object name: bei-m131, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
A Coppey of the paper Relateinge to Benony Pearcey and his wiffe (docket title)
"Barbados Whereas Benony and Bridget Pearcey haveing for many yeares past walked amongst Vs The People Called Quakers, and owned by Vs, In all things, agreeable to the Truth, and Joyneing With Vs... Seaverall of Vs, haveinge Been given to Vnderstand that a Marriage was Intended, Betweene Randolph Moyle (that once walked amongst Vs, that Since, hath Manyfested himselfe, that He was Not of Vs)--and theyre Daughter Mary Pearcey, did together with the Church, Labour with them, and advised them, to be Carefull... Wee whosse Names, are here Vnder written... Hereby Testyfie, and Declare, that wee have not Vnity with them therein, and therefore Cannott Any Longer, make a Show of Joyneing with them In It, Vntill they Become, Reconciled... And publickly Condemne that Spirit, that Lead them for the makeing Such a Breach..."Ends with 24 names."At a quarterley Meetinge, At the Housse, of Thomas Pilgrim, the 22th day of the Seaventh Month 1698== This Meetinge, Subscribeing a Testymony against Benony Pearey, and his wiffe... Desires Walter Taylor, and William Hutchings, to Shew It to them... and acquaint them, that Friends yett Desire them, to give the Exspected Sattisffaction Beffore the Said Testymoney, Be Read Over theire Heads, By Thomas Pilgrym."With envelope, "Minute of Barbados Quarterly Meeting against Benony and Bridget Learcey the 22 day of the Seventh Month 1698", The letter says seventh month, but it isn't July - it's September. The new year before 1752 Began on March 25., Original digital object name: bei-m031
Barbados A State of an Accompt of John Spencer Esq &c Farmers of the 4 and 1/2 pCent there for 2 yeares ended at X/ms 1672 (docket title)
First line: The Island of Barbadoes, A breife State of the Accompt..., "The Island of Barbadoes, A Breife State of the Accompt of Robert Spencer Esqr. Sr Charles Wheeler Barrt. John Strode and George March Esqrs. Farmrs. of the Impost on Custome Granted to his Matie. ... by the Inhabitants of the Island of Barbadoes, to bee raised upon ye Native Comodities thereof after the rate of fower and a halfe in specie p Centum. Made up for two whole yeares ended at Xsmãs 1672. ..." signed "R Auldworth Audtr.""Co. 49-4/ N.- No. 1 Southwell MSS" on 1st p.John Carter Brown Library has a similar document--cf. Handler 172., Original digital object name: bei-m013
Barbados By His Excellency Sr. Thomas Robinson... 24 June 1743...
Barbados By His Excellency Sr. Thomas Robinson...Affidavit for Susanna Brome's bond. Susanna Brome, widow, and Sir John Eyles contested lands in Barbados. See Handler, Supplement 11 for two printed works relating to the case (one refers to Browne, Susanna), and Handler 124 for MSS. in the Institute of Jamaica., Original digital object name: bei-m082, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Barbados, 15 Dec. 1781. ALS to Hon. T. Townshend
"Dear Sir! It has not been for want of a due Sense of the Attention and Civilities I received at your Hands, whilst I was in London solliciting the Matter of the Petition of the Assembly of St. Vincent against Governor Morris... The attempt made by General Vaughan and Admiral Rodney 12 months ago to retake the Island, has been productive of more mischief to the wretched English Inhabitants than the Scandalous Shameful manner in which the Island was first given up... as if the measure of the Inhabitants' misery was not complete by the Capture of the Island, this mock Expedition was contrived to abandon them to the rage and brutality of inhuman Savages, who indiscriminately massacred Whites and Blacks, burned and destroyed all the Buildings and Plantations in their way before they cou'd be checked..." signed "Michl J Keane" with postscript., Original digital object name: bei-m276, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Barbados, 24 Aug. 1756. Ms., 29 p. 36.9 cm… [Copy of a petition]
[Copy of a petition]"Barbados. By His Excellency Charles Pinfold Esquire... Governor... To all to whome these presents shall or may concern Greeting Know ye that... George Taylor Lewis Esquire Deputy Register... Court of Chancery... made Oath... that the several Copies following &lt, Vizt.&gt, the Copy of the Petition of John Pratt of HighWood-Hill in... Middlesex Esquire and Sarah his wife late Sarah Eyles and Elizabeth Eyles of... Middlesex Spinster... are true Copies..." signed "Chas: Pinfold"On the matter and consequences of a defective mortgage on a Barbados sugar plantation formerly owned by Samuel Broome, whose widow Susanna Brome, executrix Hillary Broome, and heir William Brome, are involved. Petition was dismissed and the request for appeal denied.Phillipps Ms. 25652.Handler (Supplement, p. 11) cites two documents dated 1741 which appeared in Henry Stevens' catalogue Rare Americana (London, 1927, p. 529) concerning this case. Sir John Eyles was the claimant at that date., Original digital object name: bei-m123, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Barbados, 28 Feb. 1804. Ms. Affidavi
"Barbados, Personally appeared before me William Thomas Lytcott... a small Sorrel Mare... purchased in a Cargo by Isaac D. Goddard, from Captn Harvey Hyde... was claimed... by James Barnard, as... brought from Hartford without his Knowledge...", signed "W. T. Lytcott" with "J Walton" as justice of the peace., Original digital object name: bei-m426, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Barbados. Governor.
Barbados. Governor.Lt. Governor Mundy to His Grace The Duke of Buckingham and Chandos Transmits further address from Assembly with regard to an Engineer..., Original digital object name: bei-m600b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Bill and receipt, Barbados, 28 March 1716
"Examined for the Use of the Honble Mr Audr Harley 42 Journals of the Duty of 4 1/2 p Cent..." signed "p Pet: Gard"Edward Harley (1664-1735) was MP and Auditor of Imprest., Original digital object name: bei-m039
Condrington College, Barbados, 15 Dec. 1851. Ms. Letter to "The Rev...
Signed, "My dear Sir I have to make you my best thanks for a copy of your 'Camb: Theological Papers'... I inclose the 2d. Annual Report of the Association recently Established here for Evangelizing W. Africa..." signed "R. Rawle."Concerns also the "evangelizing of South Africa" and the "deliverance of Africa from the bondage of Heathenism."Richard Rawle, divine, educated at Cambridge, became principal of Codrington College at Barbados 1847-64 and Bishop of Trinidad, 1872., Original digital object name: bei-m582, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Copies of reports and letters, Barbados, 18 March 1703 - 20 April 1704
Bound in the following order:p. 1-2: "If from the wall to the comunion rail..." signed "your humble servant and faithfull Minister Samuell Fullwood"--dated "March 18th. 1703."p. 2: "Coll. Holders answer" dated "March 18. 1703."p. 2: "My letter to the vestry" signed by Fullwood and dated "March 23. 1703."p. 3-7: "The order of vestry. March 23th. 1703."p. 7-10: "Coll. John Holders ample satisfaction, or. Barbarous assault upon her Majesties Highway. Thursday the 20th day of April. 1704..."p. 10-16: "Barbados. The Honble. Benj. Cryer, his Report: To his Excellency Sr. Bevill Granville..."Pages12 and 13 transposed.On Cryer cf. Handler p. 145 re Oxford, Bodleian, Rawlinson mss A 271--Handler Suppl. 55., Original digital object name: bei-m035a
Diary of a voyage from Inverness via London to Demerara, 1843]...
Original digital object name: bei-m573a, This digital resource is provided by Burke Library, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Downing Street, 26 Feb. 1812. Ms. letter to Beckwith, signed
Signed, "Sir, Your Dispatches &lt, Civil&gt, of the Dates and Numbers specified in the Margin have been received and laid before The Prince Regent..." signed "Liverpool."Jenkinson was First Lord of the Treasury, 16 June 1812 -- April 1827, Liverpool was Secretary for War and Colonies, 1809-1812., Original digital object name: bei-m468, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Duplicate of Barbados Accott Currtt dat: 2 Septemb 1708 (docket title)
Royal African Company of England."Royall Affrican Comp: of England Their Accompt Currant..." 1 spreadsheet, Nov. 1706, April 1707, May-Sept. 1708, signed "Barbados Septembr 2, 1708 Errors Excepted Raynes Bate"Listing mostly sugars from various ships. This is related to the report dated 3 Sept. published in PRO CST Col. 1708-1709, 126., Signed, Original digital object name: bei-m036b
Ellys A. Stephens, Esqr. to Stephen Walcott Esqr. } Lease of a plantation in the Island of Barbadoes. [and] Miss Elizth. Walcott to Ellys A. Stephen Esq. } Surrender. (docket title)
Stationer's engraving erased from initial letter."This Indenture... Between Ellys Anderson Stephens... and Stephen Walcott... Whereas... Ellys Anderson Stephens... is tenant for life... of... Byde Mill House..." signed "Ellys A Stephens" with seal; "Stephen Walcott" with seal.Three pages of affidavits; schedule of 102 slaves.With (on verso of second sheet): "Barbados To all to whom these presents shall come Elizabeth Walcott... Sendeth Greeting Whereas the within named Stephen Walcott departed this life... And Whereas... Elizabeth Walcott hath agreed with... Ellys Anderson Stephens for the surrender to him of all the Estate... which she... hath derived... of... the... Plantation..." dated 11 July 1831., Original digital object name: bei-m504, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Extract of a Letter From Mr. Grey Dat. 17th. June 99 (docket title)
"Abstract of a Letter from Mr. Grey Govr. of Barbados... His Majtys: Service will Suffer very much in all probability without having 2 or 3 men of Warr continually here..."--Captain Billingsley reported "in Chace of Kidd the Pyrate.", Original digital object name: bei-m032
Francis Ford Esquire to George Bristow Esquire } Release to Bar Entails of plantations in Barbadoes. (docket title)
"Sold by Philip Benn, Stationer, No. 28. Threadneedle Street: London. Deeds and Writings carefully Engross'd or Copied." engraved into initial letter "T"."This Indenture... Between Francis Ford late of the island of Barbados and George Bristow... Witnesseth that... Francis Ford Hath... sold... Ridge plantation... in... Barbadoes... Sear's plantation or Sear's Estate... Codrington's or Codringtons' plantation... Boutleys... The Below Rock or the Rock plantation... Pitteringo..." signed by Francis Ford.The land includes 404 acres of Ridge estate; 127 acres of Laird estate in St. Michael, St. Thomas, and St. George; 35 acres in St. George; 9 acres in St. Thomas from the estate of Samuel Osborne; 320 acres of Codrington's estate in St. Michael; 280 acres in the parish of Christchurch; 400 acres "formerly the estate of Wm. Haggard, otherwise called Pitteringo"; and 250 acres in St. Michael "formerly estate of Daniel Moore."with, on verso:"This Indenture... Between... George Bristow... and... Francis Ford... Witnesseth that... George Bristow... Hath... sold... unto... Francis Ford... All the within mentioned plantations...", Original digital object name: bei-m301, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Governor Walker to His Grace The Duke of Buckingham and Chandos Submits Address from Assembly enquiring whether application had been made for a First Class Engineer... (docket title)
Richard Grenville, Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, is Colonial Secretary (1867-1868)., Original digital object name: bei-m598b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.

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