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John Blackburn Esqr. and ors. to George Metcalfe Esqr. } Lease for a Year. (docket title), 22 June 1817 / (tied with) d) Messrs. Robinson and their Trusts. to George Metcalfe Esquire } Mortgage of plantation in the Island of Dominica. (docket title), 23 J
c) Blackburn, John, fl. 1817."Sold by Messrs Boyle, Stationers. No. 50. Carey Street. Lincoln's Inn." engr. in initial.Lease of half Rosalie plantation in Dominica. d) "Sold by Messrs Boyle, Stationers. No. 50. Carey Street. Lincoln's Inn." engr. in initial.John Blackburn and Samuel Thompson sell half Rosalie plantation to John Robinson, William Robinson, Skeffington Robinson, Thomas Robinson, Alexander Robinson, and George Metcalfe.Signed "John Blackburn" "Saml Thompson" "John Robinson by Skeff. Robinson his Atty." "William Robinson by Skeff: Robinson his Atty." "Skeff: Robinson" "Alexr. Robinson" "Thomas Robinson by Skeff. Robinson his Attorney" "Geo Metcalfe", Original digital object name: bei-m489c-d, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
John Harvey Esqr. to Michael McNamara Esqr. and Others } Mortge... (docket title)
Indenture among John Harvey, late of Antigua but now of Grenada, by his attorney Robert Harvey of Antigua, planter, and Michael McNemara of "the said Island," Sir James Douglas of Orkney, Rear Admiral of the White, John Newton, and Hugh Hamersley concerning Harvey's lease of Douglas' estate..Signed "Michl. McNemara" "Hugh Hamersley" "John Harvey by his attory. Robert Harvey"Harvey's will proved 12 Feb. 1771, see Oliver, History of Antigua II:23, 68., Original digital object name: bei-m191, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Lauchlin Macleane and John Stuart Esqrs. to Mr. Isaac Panchaud } Lease for a Year of one Eighth of several Estates in the Island of Granada. (docket title)
Indenture between Lauchlin Macleane (late of Grenada) and John Stuart (of London) and Isaac Panchaud (banker, of Paris) involving 1/8 part of a Sugar Work called Satante, signed "L. Macleane" and "J. Stuart"; includes 125 slaves listed by name."Sold by I. [? T.? J.?] Paddon Stationer, At The Mitre in Bishop's Court facing Lincoln's Inn London." engr. on initial., Original digital object name: bei-m177, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
London, 24 May 1872.
Original digital object name: bei-m601a, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Memoire du Roy pour Servir d'jnstruction au Sr. De Lacrois Intendant des Isles du Vent …
Memoire du Roy pour Servir d'jnstruction au Sr. De Lacroix Intendant des Isles du Vent. ..."...Sa Maté ayant fait choix du S. De Lacroix pour l'Intendance des Isles du vent, Elle a resolu de lui expliquer Ses jntentions Sur les principales parties de Son administration, pour le metre en etat de repondre a ce qu'Elle attend de Son Zele et de son aplication. "Cinq objets principaux doivent partager les Soins et l'attention du Sr. De Lacroix dans les Fonctions qui lui Sont confiées. La Religion, La Justice, La Police, La depense que Sa Maté. ordonne pour les Isles du Vent, et la perception des droits qui y sont établis. Mais avant que d'entrer dans le detail de ces differens objets, jl en a propos de lui rapeller une jdée generale des Isles du Vent qui sont sous la domination de Sa Maté." Sous le nom des Isles françoises du Vent sont comprises la Martinique, La Guadeloupe & Ses dependances, Marie Galande, St. Barthelemy, St. Martin, Ste. Zouzie[?] ou Ste. Lucie, La Grénade, et les Grenadins, Tabago, et Cayenne. ..."Signed "Louis"; countersigned "Phelypeaux." Specific instructions on troops; construction of fortifications including those at Guadeloupe and Grenada; taxes on sugar and coffee; administration of justice, hospitals, police, agriculture; full instructions on planting cacao, coffee, indigo, and cotton; development of the coasting trade with Canada and Louisiana; prevention of runaway slaves; good roads., Original digital object name: bei-m068, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Memoire pour yves-henry de la Touche-Limousiniere, Ecuyer Sr. de Mareüil... de la Grenade
"Memoire pour yves-henry de la Touche-Limousiniere, Ecuyer Sr. de Mareüil... de la Grenade, au nom Et Comme prenant le fait et Cause d'u Sr. La Touche Ecuyer Son fils, et du Sr. Saint Quitz, Demandeur. Contre Jeanne Marie, Jeanne Claverie, et Bernard Mauquier Se disant legataires Vniversels de defunt françois Claverie dit Toulouse... de la Grenade, Defendeure pour Jean-Paul de Masclavy, Ecuyer... Pour satisfaire au jugement de Messieurs le General Et L'Jntendant d'es Jsles françoises du Vent... du 20. mars 1738. et à leur Ordonnance du 12 Janvier 1739." Refers to "le plan du Sieur d'Imbert arpenteur" which is not present., Original digital object name: bei-m073, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Messrs Aitchison and Campbell to Messrs. Fordyce Grant and Co. } Mortgage of plantations etc. in Grenada. (docket title)
"Sold by I[? J? T?] Bate Stationer, Birchin Lane" engr. with royal seal in initial.John Aitchison and Alexander Campbell of Grenada, merchants, have sold Tivoli Estate in Grenada to John Fordyce, Andrew Grant, Robert Malcolm, and William Trotter of London, merchants and partners.Signed "John Aitchison" "Alexander Campbell"Schedule of slaves for Tivoli (verso of 2d sheet) includes about 200 names; schedule for Belmont Estate (sheet 4) includes 90 names. Memorandum for disposal of produce on verso of outer sheet dated 30 Aug. 1767., Original digital object name: bei-m184, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Messrs Nesbitt and Stewart by the Direction of Alexander Campbell Esqr and the said Mr Campbell to Messrs Lushington and Law } Assignment of a Mortgage and further Charge of the Estate with Covenants for Consignments. (docket title)
Nesbitt, John, 1745?-1817.Indenture tripartite for John Nesbitt and Edward Stewart (London merchants), Alexander Campbell of Grenada, and William Lushington and James Law of Middlesex involving St. John plantation in Grenada. Schedule of slaves on 11th sheet., Original digital object name: bei-m338c, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Messrs. Barradaile Edlman and Rucker to George Paterson and Joseph Simpson Esqres } Power of Attorney to execute Conveyance of the within mentioned Plantations and Slaves to Robert Farquhar Esquire To uses to bar Dower. ... (docket title)
"Know all Men by these Presents That We John Watson Borradaile of... London Merchant Joseph Edlman of... London Merchant and David Henry Rucker... of... Surrey Have... nominated... George Paterson and Joseph Simpson both of... Grenada... Attornies... J W Borradaile" "Jos Edlman" "D. H. Rucker""In the West Indian Incumbered Estates Court <Grenada> Re Shand Exparte Ewing.", Original digital object name: bei-m551b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Messrs. Douglas and Young to Messrs. Neave and Willett } Lease for a year. (docket title)
"Sold by Thos. Witherby Stationer. Birchin Lane. Where Deeds and all other Writings are carefully Ingross'd and Copied." engr. in initial.Alexander Douglas of St. Kitts and David Young of Grenada sell Calderham, in the Rockley Bay division of Tobago, to Richard Neave and John Willett; signed "Alexr. Douglas" "David Young by Alexr. Douglas his attorney" with slave schedule of 63 names., Original digital object name: bei-m211a, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Messrs. Douglas and Young to Messrs. Neave and Willett } Mortgage of a plantation at Tobago for securing the repaymt. of £1600 and Interest at £5--.-- per Cent and all other Monies to be advanced./-- (docket title)
"Sold by Thos. Witherby - Stationer. Birchin Lane. Where Deeds and all other Writings are carefully Ingrossed and Copied." engr. in initial.Alexander Douglas and David Young have sold Calderhall to Richard Neave and John Willett. Signed "Alex. Douglas" "David Young by Alex. Douglas his attorney" "Richd. Neave" "John Willett"with (verso of 2d sheet): "To all Men to whom... David Young and Alexander Douglas send Greeting Whereas... there appears due... further security for £6735.8.11... over and above the £1600... [granting] The following Negro and other Slaves..." dated 24 Feb. 1775, with schedule of 63 names. Signed "Alexr. Douglas" "Davd. Young" and witness "Geo: Bristow.", Original digital object name: bei-m211c, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Messrs. Nesbitt and Stewart and Alexr Campbell Esqr. to Messrs. Lushington and Law } Lease for a year. (docket title)
"Sold by Lewis Peacock, Stationer, Chancery Lane. Where Writings are fairly Ingrossed and Copied." engr. on initial.John Nesbitt, Edward Stewart, and Alexander Campbell have sold St. John, a sugar plantation formerly a coffee plantation in Grenada, to William Lushington and James Law.Signed "John Nesbitt" "Edwd. Stewart" "Alexr Campbell"Lease of St. John, a former coffee plantation in Grenada. Second sheet has schedule of about 175 names., Original digital object name: bei-m338a, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Montrose Accotts 31st December 1794 (docket title).
Includes some slave names., Original digital object name: bei-m356, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Montrose Grenada 1st January 1792 - Plantation Acct... Grenada 1...
Montrose Grenada 1st January 1792 -- Plantation Acct. ...Includes accounts for Rum, Sugar, Negroe, Cattle, and Mule., Original digital object name: bei-m347, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Montrose Grenada from 1st Jan.ry to 31 Decemr 1798 (docket title).
"List of Negroes... 1798" includes 88 names., Original digital object name: bei-m396, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Mr. Antoine Menu the Younger and Others to Mr. Anthony Tregent } Lease Dated the 15th day of November 1771. ... (docket title)
Antoine Menu the younger, Charles and Elizabeth Menu Durel, and Marc and Luce Menu Nepueu of Grenada, planters, sell to Anthony Tregent, planter of Grenada, their several parts of Belair (Bellevue) plantation in Grenada. Signed "A Menu" "Marc Nepueu" "luce menu nepueu" "Ch. Durel" "Elizabeth Menu Durelle her mark"Boundaries include Pelerin, Dr. Rocher, Desulier, and David Young., Original digital object name: bei-m208, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Mr. William Timson and others to Samuel Marryat Esqr. } Lease for a Year. (docket title)
"Sold by W. G. and W. H. Witherby Birchin Lane" ingr. in initial.Signed "William Timson Junr." "Josh Marryatt" "Charles Boldero" "G Boldero" "Lucy Campbell" "Henry Boldero" "Henry Lushington by his Attorney Stephen Lushington" "John Blackett.", Original digital object name: bei-m522a, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Mrs. Elizth. McKinnon Wo. by the direction of Willm. Lushington the Elder and his assignees to Messrs. Timson and Marryat } Assignment and Surrender of Interest in Tivoli and St John and the Slaves etc thereon. (docket title)
"Sold by W. G. and W. H. Witherby Burchin Lane" engr. in initial.Four-part Indenture among Elizabeth McKinnon (Argyleshire, widow); John Blackett (London, merchant) and John Mann (London, shipowner) (Blackett and Mann assignees under the Commission of Bankrupt awarded against both William Lushingtons, London merchants); William Lushington the elder; and William Timson the younger (London, wine merchant) and Joseph Marryat (London, merchant) (Timson and Marryat assignees under the Commission of Bankrupt awarded against Charles Boldero, Edward Gale Boldero, Sir Henry Lushington, and Henry Boldero, London bankers); signed "Elizabeth McKinnon."McKinnon has assigned Tivoli, Saint John, and Rose Hill plantations, now consolidated into Tivoli and Saint John, in Grenada., Original digital object name: bei-m496a, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Observations--
with (in the same hand): " -- Observations -- ..."Ernouf governed Guadeloupe 1803-1810., Original digital object name: bei-m439d, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Plan of Montrose Estate Grenada (docket title) Grenada, 1774...
"Grenada. A Plan of an Estate call'd Montrose. situated in the Parish of St John Belonging to General Græme... Surveyed Anno 1774 by Richd. Biggs S. S. ...""Nutter fecit." under elegant cartouche., Original digital object name: bei-m225, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.

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