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Affidavit, 1 p., signed by Sir William Trelawny and dated Jamaica...
Affidavit, 1 p., signed by Sir William Trelawny and datedAffidavit dated Jamaica, 17 Aug. 1770, by Richard Lewing, Secretary of Jamaica, notarizing copies marked A, B, C, D, and E.Appointment (copy A) of Thomas Hay and John Archer to administer oaths and take statements from Robert Arcedeckne, Zachary Bayly, and Gershom Williams, dated Jamaica, 12 Sept. 1760.Copy of William Williams' will, dated 26 May 1759, giving Flat Point and Woodstock plantations to his son William Williams; the remainder of his estate to Arcedeckne, Bayly, and Michael Atkins to sell for the benefit of the Hospital for the maintenance and Education of Exposed Children; an undisclosed sum to Elizabeth Fleming; Gershom Williams "one Shilling only to buy him an Halter wherewith to hang himself..."; manumitting "one Negro Man Slave Named Harry and... His Sister Named Katey..." with £10 per annum and "full and free Liberty for Each... to reside... on either of my Plantations..."Copy of William Williams' will dated 11 Dec. 1759, giving Flat Point and Woodstock plantations to Arcedeckne, Bayly, and Atkins to sell for the benefit of the Hospital for the maintenance and Education of Exposed Children; Gershom Williams one shilling only as above; manumitting Harry and Katey with £20 each per annum; £500 each to nephew George Williams and niece Mary Gallimore; £100 each to his three named friends for mourning.Codicil of William Williams' second will, dated 20 Feb. 1760, giving nephew James Williams £500, and £200 to each of five named people.Record of the proving of William Williams' will, dated 18 Feb. 1761.Copy (B) of articles of agreement between Gershom Williams of Jamaica and Jeremiah Meyler and Charles Hall, governors of the Foundling Hospital, dated 22 Oct. 1763. "...in Consideration of... Four Thousand five Hundred pounds Sterling... paid... by... Gershom Williams to and for the use of the said Hospital by Installments... the said Governors... to Assigne and Convey their Equitable Interest in all the Estate of the said William Williams... to the use... of... Gershom Williams..."Appointment (copy C), dated 16 Oct. 1765, of William Antrobus and John Cope to administer oaths and take statements from Thomas Tomlinson, David Miller, and Henry Smith notarizing the signing of Gershom Williams' will.Copy of Gershom Williams' will, dated 25 Sept. 1765, leaving most of his worldly goods to his "most faithfull and beloved Wife... Anna Williams... formerly Anna McNeal" and his brother Job Williams.Copy (D) of indenture between Anna Williams and Gabriel Jones, Jeremiah Meyler, and Charles Hall, dated 1 Oct. 1766.Copy (E) of a memorandum of agreement between Jeremiah Meyler and Charles Hall and Zachary Bayly, dated 1 May 1769., Original digital object name: bei-m203, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Affidavit, signed by William Pickett, mayor of London, May 5, 1790, regareing John Lee
Affidavit, signed by William Pickett, May 4, 1790, regarding John Lee, Original digital object name: bei-m338d, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Affidavit,... Martinique, 22 July 1795, "Je declare...
[affidavit] ..."Je declare C [?] a La delivrance a la [?] Saisi arretér Sur mai[?] entre Les mains de Messieurs pocquet de puilhery et Levassor de beauregard executeurs testamentaire de Madame Ve. Lepine par Monsieur dumas Bernard Lathuileres et Compe. Negt. ..." signed "Soudon.", Original digital object name: bei-m368h, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Alexander Campbell Esqr to Messrs Nesbitt and Stewart } Release of St John's Plantation etc. in Grenada -- with Covenant to make Consignments for securing Debts etc... (docket title)
"Sold by Lewis Peacock, Stationer, Chancery Lane. where Writings are fairly Ingrossed and Copied." engr. in initial.Alexander Campbell sold the sugar plantation called Saint John in Grenada to John Nesbitt and Edward Stewart, London merchants.Signed "Alexr. Campbell" "John Nesbitt" "Edwd Stewart"Schedule of about 180 slave names on 6th sheet., Original digital object name: bei-m333, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Alexander Lamb Joseph Marryat The Honble Andrew Houstoun Robert Houstoun Hugh Duncan Baillie James Evan Baillie Geo Henry Ames Wm Vizard, Assignment of Judgment and Terms affecting several plantations in the Island of Grenada In Trust to [?] the inheritan
Lamb, Alexander, fl. 1823, and others.Alexander Lamb (London gentleman); Joseph Marryat (London); Hon. Andrew Houstoun (Grenada), Robert Houstoun (Middlesex); Hugh Duncan Baillie, James Evan Baillie, and George Henry Ames (Bristol merchants and copartners); and William Vizard (Middlesex, gentleman); signed "Alexr. Lamb" "Josh Marryat" "Andrew Houstoun by his attorney R Houstoun" "R Houstoun"Schedule of slaves, last two sheets, with 194 names, as of 31 Dec. 1821; for Tivoli, Saint John, and Rose Hill estates in Grenada., Original digital object name: bei-m524b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Amesbury, Massachusetts, and St. Vincent, 29 June 1773-Jan. 1812...
John Martin, a ship's chandler in Amesbury, Massachusetts, included among his accounts David Lowell; Isaac, Sarah, and Jonathan Martin; Capt. William Bagley, Nathan Long, Isaac Osgood, Joseph Dodge, John White, and Nathan Blodgett; Enoch Bartlett, Daniel Dinnerson Rogers and James Dunkin of Haverhill; John Pinkinton, James McGregor of Derry; and Samuel Phillips of Andover.The ledger also includes seven notarized copies (on 9 leaves) of letters from Thomas Traill of St. James Estate, Grenada, executor of Jonathan Martin, who owned the island of Petit St. Vincent, along with a copy of Martin's will. Two pages at end illustrate Masonic rites. The last entry is dated 27 May 1811."1812 the Heirs to the Estate of My Hond Father Jonathan Martin of Little St Vincent..." and "A Copy of the Copy of The last Will and Testament of Jonathan Martin late of Petit St. Vincent, in the West Indies... I Jonathan Martin of the Union Island Planter...", Original digital object name: bei-m221, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
An Account of the Quantity of Sugars made, on the Joint Estates, of...
An Account of the Quantity of Sugars made, on the Joint Estates, of Sir George Douglas Bart: and Robert Farquhar, in the Island of Antigua, for the last ten Years, Vizt: from the Year 1805, to 1814, both Years inclusive..., Original digital object name: bei-m475, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
An Exact List of the Negroes and Stock on Montrose Estate -- 31st December 1784. (caption title)
An Exact List of the Negroes and Stock on Montrose Estate -- 31st December 1784. (caption title)Includes the accounts for rum, sugar, and various plantations.General David Graeme, Braco Castle in Perthshire, Scotland, owned Montrose at this time., Original digital object name: bei-m302a, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Andrew Hamilton Esqr. to Benjamin Vaughan Junior and others. } Lease for a Year. (docket title)
"Sold by Lewis Peacock, Stationer, Chancery Lane where Writings are fairly Ingrossed and Copied." engr. on initial.Andrew Hamilton sold Walkers or the Wind Mill Plantation in St. Paul parish and Paynes Upper or Morgans Plantation in St. John parish, Nevis to Benjamin Vaughan the Younger, Thomas Parry, and Thomas Greg; signed "Andw Hamilton"; includes a schedule of slaves., Original digital object name: bei-m299, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Andrew Hamilton Esqr. to Richard Neave and Thomas Neave Esqrs. } Lease for a Year.-- (docket title)
"Sold by Philip Benn, Stationer, No. 28. Threadneedle Street. London. Deeds and Writings carefully Engross'd or Copied" engr. on initial.Andrew Hamilton leased Walkers or the Wind Mill Plantation and Payne's Upper or Morgans Plantation in Nevis to Richard Neave and Thomas Neave; signed "Andw Hamilton.", Original digital object name: bei-m325, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Andrew Irwin Esquire to John Anthony Rucker and Robert Harvey Esqrs. } Lease for a Year... (docket title)
Andrew Irwin of Grenada sold John Anthony Rucker and Robert Harvey of London a "Certain Lot of Land... on the North Side of the River of Saint Patrick on... Lejeune's or Irwin's Bay..." for a peppercorn rent; signed "Andw: Irwin.", Original digital object name: bei-m213, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Anglia. Mather Byles Esquire Acting Resident Commissary in Grenada from the 25° December 1795 to the 23d February 1798. (docket title)
"In the Roll of Foreign Accounts of the 1vo Year of King George the Fourth. Anglia. Mather Byles Esquire as Acting Resident Commissary at Grenada... Accounting for the money by him received and of the Expenditure thereof... Rendereth an account [of monies] received by this accountant from Commissary General Valentine Jones at sundry times... which By a Treasury Warrant dated 31o May 1823... Authorising... the Commissioners for Auditing the Public Accounts to discharge... from any further payment... the said Sum... having... been paid... by Mrrs Maria Byles Widow and Executrix of the Accountant... the Accountant is thereby Even. And he is Quit." "30 July 1823 Examined Chad H Ware dep Clk of the Pipe", Original digital object name: bei-m523, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Another Copy, the same.
-----. Another copy, the same., Original digital object name: bei-m416b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Another copy
-----. Another copy. 4 p. 29 cm. Sewn., Original digital object name: bei-m193b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Another copy, on lined paper
-----. Another copy, on lined paper, includes list of stock., Original digital object name: bei-m318c, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Another copy, on two sheets of vellum, same size.
-------. Another copy, on two sheets of vellum, same size., Original digital object name: bei-m338b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Another copy, the same; affidavits: also signed "Elizabeth...
-----. Another copy, the same; 3 p. affidavits; also signed "Elizabeth McKinnon.", Original digital object name: bei-m496b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Another copy, with pencil note "Louis Constantin Joseph Le..."
-----. Another copy, with pencil note "Louis Constantin Joseph Le Vassor de La Touche de Beauregard (1736-1774).", Original digital object name: bei-m155b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Another copy.
-----. Another copy., Original digital object name: bei-m586b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Another copy.
-----. Another copy., Original digital object name: bei-m584c, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.

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