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Letter to Blathwayt, Barbados, 15 July 1692
Kendall, James, fl. 1692."Sr. This serves Only to inclose this act wch carries in itt a Present of 2000ll..." signed "Kendall," who asks permission to accept the gift and complains of the lack of news from home., Signed, Original digital object name: bei-m029j
Letter to Blathwayt, Barbados, 15 March 16[92]
First line: Soe uncertaine have beene all our Conveyances for Europe of late by going in the winter..., Signed, Original digital object name: bei-m029b
Letter to Blathwayt, Barbados, 23 July 1696, Drpt from Col. Russel (docket title)
Russell, Francis, d. 1696, colonel."Sr. I am soe fateagued with these three fleets that I was not able to write..." replying to charges made against him--"my owne contience does not accuse me of any crime... I wish those persons here would have bin soe faere with me as to have seen wt they wrote and--lett me have sent my owne iustification with it..." signed "F Russell" with postscript.Russell was governor of Barbados, 1694-96. Frere in his Short history of Barbados says there was dissatisfaction over a gift of £4,000 made to Russell by the Assembly.From the J. G. Bell and--Sir Thomas Phillipps Collections., Original digital object name: bei-m029m
Letter to Blathwayt, Barbados, 31 Jan. 1680
First line: Honored Sr. The great obligations you have layed... [first line], "Honored Sr. The great obligations you have layed upon mee... require my acknowledgements to you... though my Six weekes Confinement to my bedd, by a feavor and my old enimy the Gout&gt--from whence I am but this day risen...", Signed, Original digital object name: bei-m019c
Letter to Blathwayt, London, 26 March 1681
First line: Sr Since his Matye hath beene pleased to remoove [first line], Tyrwhitt, Francis, fl. 1681."Sr Since his Matye hath beene pleased to remoove the Court to Oxon--And having to doe wth. Potent men, as my opposers&gt--wch possibly may Endeavor to passe theire Accounts with you there, and thereby surprize his Matys Officers in getting Allowance of Tallyes wch. ought not to be allowed them..."In July of 1682 William Blathwayt became Auditor-General of His Majesty's Revenue in America--cf. PRO, Calendar of Treasury Papers 1556-7 -- 1696 1:10., Signed, Original digital object name: bei-m019e
Letter to D. Wescomb, Whitehall, 15 Nov. 1727
"Sir Upon receipt of your Letter... I have look'd into the Papers transmitted to me with your Letter... relating, among other things, to Appeals in Jamaica--All which... I laid before my Lords Commissioners... I do not find that I return'd you any Answer... or that it seem'd necessary... after what pass'd between the Board and--the Directors on that Subject. ..." signed "Alured Popple."Alured Popple was Secretary of the Council of Trade and Plantations., Original digital object name: bei-m050
Letter to Samuell Newton, London, 12 Oct. 1683
First line: For Coll Samuel Newton, [And Honored Friend,]... [first line], "For Coll Samuell Newton,, And Honored Friend,&gt, ... I take notice of what you heard Right about Capt Bennett... as to Potts and Drippe shall Forbeare sending them... am now comeing to Answer... about the Ozenbrigs and blew linnen..." signed "Rob. Marrio".For papers relating to the Newton estate see Handler's Guide 158, Supplement 60, and his "Sources for the study of preemancipation sugar plantations in Barbados: manuscripts relating to Newton and Seawell" in Caribbean Archives 5 (1976), 11-24., Signed, Original digital object name: bei-m022
Letter to the Lords commissioners of the Treasurey, Barbados, 1680
"May it please yor Lordships:", Signed, Original digital object name: bei-m019d
Letter, 14th: Sept 1687 From Capt. Carmichael Recd: ye: 4th March 1687/8 (docket title)
First line: 14th: Sep 1687 From Capt. Charmichael Recd: ye: 4th..., "Sir/ With this comes an Account of what money hath been paid unto the Treasurer... an Accott: of what money is paid from ye: debtors of James Halloway Executed in England for Treason..." signed "Arch. Carmichaell", Signed, Original digital object name: bei-m026c
Letter, Robt Hooper Barbados... justifying his integrity in our cause ag... Gibbs... (docket title)
Hooper, Robert, deponent.Robert Gibbs obtained the post of Deputy Auditor, Barbados, through the influence of his uncle, William Blathwayt. "Blathwayt became convinced of Gibbs's utter dishonesty and accordingly would have none of him..." (Jacobsen, p. 367)., Signed, Original digital object name: bei-m033d
Letters to Blathwayt, Barbados, 14 May and 10 June 1692
Kendall, James, fl. 1692."What you have now read is the coppy of what I sent you by the last Shipp... Not having anything of consequence to impart to the Lords of the Comittee I think it would be impertinent to trouble them now with my Letters...", Signed, Original digital object name: bei-m029g
Letters, 10 June and 9 July 1692
"Sir Not having any thing of consequence to import to the Lords of the Committee I think it would be impertinent to trouble them now with my Letters..." and "Sr. The Letter on the other side was upon Second thoughts Sent you By the Mary-- tho her Comdr. be an arrant Sott yett the Leutt is a sober fellow...", Signed, Original digital object name: bei-m029h
Lieut General Sir George Beckwith's Authority to draw Bills upon The Right Honble The Paymaster General to the Amount of £60,000 Sterling... (docket title)
Original digital object name: bei-m460, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Line of Battle. On board HMS Terrible, Gros Islet Bay, St. Lucia... (docket title)
Line of Battle."The Magnificent to lead with the Starbd. and the Triumph to lead with the Larboard Tacks on board. ..." signed "Josa. Rowley" "To Captn. Houlton Comr. of His Majs. Ship the Montagu."Rear Admiral Joshua Rowley commanded the rear of Rodney's fleet at the battle of St. Lucia, 17 April. Rodney had ordered every ship to "steer for her opposite in the enemy's line." Rowley followed the "Additional Fighting Instructions" to the letter but Rodney had a different concept and he blamed Rowlay (and Parker, who commanded the van) for the loss of "that glorious opportunity &lt, perhaps never to be recovered&gt, of terminating the naval contest in these seas." Rowley was castigated by his chief and here defends himself.Lists one frigate, ten ships, eleven commanders, and one division., Original digital object name: bei-m272, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
List of acreages naming "Mooreys" "North Lands" "Tyeland Farm"...
A Copy of Capt. Fortes Pedegree. 1 p. ms. genealogical tree., Original digital object name: bei-m535d, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
London, 27 May 1766. ALS to Montgomery and Wentworth
"Sir We have perused the papers sent us respecting the loss of the Elizabeth, but are at a Loss whether the Policy was valued or not..." signed "Trecothick and Apthorp"with, on verso: "Gentn. The above is copy of a Letter this minute received, I send it you for your Government, and shall wait with impatience for the papers and power of Attorney..." dated "Bristol 30th May" and signed "Stephen Apthorp.", Original digital object name: bei-m179, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
London, 8 Nov. 1759. Ms. Letter to Davenport and Wentoworth,...
Signed, "...I have the pleasure to inform you that your Ship Pretty Nancy is Arrived in the River and good part of her Loading delivered. ..."with, on the same page:"...Your Ship is cleared this day and next thursday will be put up at publick Sale..." signed "Wm Baker", Original digital object name: bei-m141, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
London, 8 Nov. 1769. ALS to Davenport and Wentworth...
Original digital object name: bei-m197, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Maj to Lt. Jonathan A. Atkins Governor of Barbados. Approved in Councill (docket title)
First line: Trustie and beloved. When... We designed You..., "Trustie and beloved. When... We designed You Governour of Our Island of Barbados... The particulars which chiefly give us offence are these. First that concerning Our Farmers of the four and a half per cent weighing the Casks of Sugar. Secondly, the complaint of the want of sufficient supply of Negroes from the Royal African Company. Thirdly, which is the main matter, a dispensation proposed of the Acts of Navigation and Trade. Concerning which when You have review'd Your late Adresse of the 4/14th July 1676 to Our Committees of Trade and Plantations... We choose rather to caution you upon this occasion...", Original digital object name: bei-m015
Majr. Brigade Browns Receipt for his pay to the 14th Decr...
Majr. Brigade Browns Receipt for his pay to the 14th Decr. ..."Received from His Excellency General Leyborne..." signed "G Hewett."Relates to the 70th Regiment on service to suppress the Carib rebellion.On George Hewett see 1772 Army List, p. 125, and Hugh W. Pearse, History of the 31st Foot Huntingdonshire Regt. 70th Foot Surrey Regt. Subsequently 1st and 2d Battalions The East Surrey Regiment, London, 1916, vol. 1, pp. 245-246. Hewett was "Major of Brigade", James Bruce was major of the regiment., Original digital object name: bei-m215, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.

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