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Grant agt. Singlton } 18th June 1766 Reced from M Daling (docket title)
"Barbados Be it known to all... true Copys of an Information Exhibited in the Court of Vice Admiralty... by Francis Grant Esquire Commander of His Majesty's Ship Greyhound who as well etc Prossecuted for Condemnation Of a Certain Ship or Vessell called the Patient Mary... by him Seized in Carlisle Bay... and of the Claim... made of the said Ship... and of the Proceedings... and of the final Decree... are true Copies...", Original digital object name: bei-m170, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Letter to William Plaxton, Barbados, 10 Jan. 1723
"Dear Br. I wrote two Letters to you... in which I acquainted you with the passing of An Act for paying of the Debts of ye Island...", Original digital object name: bei-m043b
Letter to William Plaxton, Barbados, 26 Nov. 1723
"Dear Br. I cou'd not let Slip the opportunity of writing... to tell you of a project thats hatched... towards paying the debts of the Island, I have laid it before Mr. Worsley...", Original digital object name: bei-m044ac
Letter to William Plaxton, Barbados, 3 Sept. 1723
"Dear Br. I hope my last of the 3d. of Augt. came safe to your hands, in which I acquainted you of my being appointed Treas of this Island...", Original digital object name: bei-m044aa
Letter to William Plaxton, Barbados, 5 Jan. 1723
"Dear Br. The Governs. Council and assembly have passed a Bill which impowers me to pay of the debts of the Country..." signed "George Plaxton" with detailed instructions for printing bills., Original digital object name: bei-m043a
Letter to William Plaxton, Barbados, 7 Oct. 1723
First line: Dear Br. With much pleasure I recd yours by..., Original digital object name: bei-m044ab
Letter, Barbados, 12 September 1704
"Reverend Doctor./ Sr. It would be too tedious to relate the several abuses, and--unhansome carriages of Coll Holder towards me near this twelve months, taking all opportunities to carp and cavil with me, even to ride up to my door, when peaceable and quiet in my closet, and employed about my Masters business, and to talk to me adter a most imperious manner... I shall therefore refer you to the papers hereunto annex'd..." [which see, above] signed "Samuell Fullwood", Original digital object name: bei-m035b
License to leave Barbardos
[license to leave Barbados]"Barbados. By His [Excellency] These are to License [John H. Johnson] of the Parish of [St. Michael] to depart this Island, to go to [St. Kitts] having given Security in the Secretary's Office, as the Law directs. Given [at Pilgrim this 16 day of Novr 1805] To all concerned. ...", Original digital object name: bei-m436b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Lt Governor Mundy to His Grace The Duke of Buckingham...
Lt Governor Mundy to His Grace The Duke of Buckingham and Chandos. Transmits a Resolution from the Assembly relative to the alteration of the Constitution to that of a Crown Colony..., Original digital object name: bei-m600c, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Minute Paper
Minute Paper.Signed and dated at end: "N. T. 31 Augt / 68.", Original digital object name: bei-m600d, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Mr Cherryes Lease for a yeare of the Plantacõn. (docket title)
First line: This Indenture... Between William Cherry... [first line], "This Indenture... Between William Cherry... of the one part and William Fleetwood... John Shipton... and Richard Snagge... of the other part Witnesseth that... William Cherry hath... sold... Bide Millhouse Plantatõn... in the severall parishes of St Philip and St George... in the Island of Barbadoes in parts beyond the Seas..." signed by William Cherry., Signed, Original digital object name: bei-m027
My Lady Bendyshe's Declaracon concerning Bidemill House plantacon 1678. (docket title)
First line: "To all whom these prsents Shall come Dame Martha...", "To all To whom these prsents Shall come Dame Martha Bendysh... Sendeth Greeting Whereas In and by one Indenture bearing date [25 Jan. 1675]... All that... plantation... called... Bide Mill House... in the Island of Barbados in parts beyond the Seas..." signed "Mart," rest of signature and seal cut out., Original digital object name: bei-m018, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
My Lady Bendyshes Settlement of her Barbadoes Estate Dated the 19 day of Aprill 1690// (docket title)
First line: "This Indenture Tripartitie... Between Dame Martha..." [first line], "This Indenture Tripartite... Between Dame Martha Bendyshe... of the first part William Cherry... of the second part and William Fleetwood... John Shipton... and Richard Snagge... of the third part Whereas... Sr John Bendyshe and Dame Martha... Did... sell... Bide Millhouse Plantatõn..." signed by Martha Bendyshe, William Cherry, William Fletewode, John Shipton, Richard Snagg with seals.Property includes 360 acres in the parishes of St. John and St. Philip, slaves, sugar mills, and appurtenances.Includes revocation of annuity dated 8 August 1692., Original digital object name: bei-m028, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Probate of the Will of Abraham Cumberbatch Esqr deceased Dated 23d November 1796. (docket title)
Beneficiaries are "my beloved Wife Mary Cumberbatch Cumberbatch... my dear Brother Lawrence Trent Cumberbatch, Edward Carlton Cumberbatch and John Trent Cumberbatch... my dear sister Mrs. Ann Sandiford, Widow of William Sandiford... my Nephew Abraham Cumberbatch Sandiford son of Mrs. Ann Sandiford... my beloved son Abraham Parry Cumberbatch..."Cumberbatch owned Clelands and the Farm plantations., Original digital object name: bei-m388, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Schooner Walter (docket title)
"Barbados. By [His Excellency The Right Honorable Francis Lord Seaforth Governor and Commander] in Chief in and over the Island of Barbados, Chancellor, Ordinary, and Vice-Admiral of the same. To All Whom These Presents Shall Or May Concern, These are to License [Chancey Barnard] Commander of the [Schooner Walter] to sail from and depart this Island with his said [Schooner] bound for [St. Kitts] he having given Security, and cleared in the Secretary's Office as the Law directs. Given at Pilgrim, this [16] Day of [Novr] 180[5] By His [Excellencys] Command. ..., Original digital object name: bei-m436a, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Sir Samuel Hood's Order to put myself under his Command 12th. Ianuary 1782. (docket title)
"You are hereby required and directed to put yourself under my Command..." signed "Saml Hood" "To Captain Graves Commander of His Maj's. Ship the Bedford."Captain Thomas Graves (1747?-1814) commanded the Bedford as Affleck's flag captain "in the engagement at St. Kitts on 26 Jan. 1782, and in the actions to leeward of Dominica on 9 and 12 April, in which last the Bedford had a very distinguished part" (DNB).On Hood see DNB 27:263., Original digital object name: bei-m277, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Sir Stephen Anderson Bart. To Edward and Arthur Radcliffe Esqrs.} Lease for a year (docket title), 21 May 52 / (with) b) Sir Stephen Anderson Bart. To Edward and Arthur Radcliffe Esqrs.} Release and Settlement of the Barbados Estate. (docket title), 22 Ma
a) "...Sir Stephen Anderson... of the One part and Edward Radcliffe... and Arthur Radcliffe... of the other part Witnesseth that... Anderson... hath... sold... Byde Mill House plantation..." signed by Stephen Anderson. b) "...Sir Stephen Anderson... Edward Radcliffe... and Arthur Radcliffe... Witnesseth that in pursuance and Conformity to the several Acts... concerning the Conveyance of Estates... Sir Stephen Anderson... hath... Sold... Byde Mill house Plantation..." signed by Stephen Anderson. Byde Mill House in St. John, St. George, and St. Philip parishes, formerly the estate of Henry Bendysh. With Sir Stephen Anderson's appointment of Thomas Whitaker and Henry Walcot his attorneys, on a fifth sheet of vellum sewn within the Release. 48 x 40 cm., Original digital object name: bei-m109a-b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Stephn Griffiths Bill of Lading for 7 Horses Shipd by John Wyles (docket title).
John Wyles ships aboard the schooner Actor, Stephen Griffith master, seven horses bound for Barbados, on Griffith's account., Original digital object name: bei-m438, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Sundridge, 13 Sept. 1790. Ms. letter, signed
Signed, "My Lords, The Revd. Clement Bowcher being licensed to perform the Ministerial Office of a Priest in the Island of Barbados..." signed "B: London.", Original digital object name: bei-m340, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
The Bride of Barbados, by the author of nothing . . .
The Bride of Barbados, by the author of nothing ..."To George N Martin Esqre. from his friend the Author [?] Pique Barbados Decr 5th 41" on front cover.Ink sketch (of the author?) inside front cover, with 3-line quote from Midsummer Night's Dream.In the end, the poor lady drowns..., Original digital object name: bei-m568, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.

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