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William Mathew Burt Esqr. to Messrs. Curtis and Lovell-- } Conveyance of Goathill Plantation in the Island of St. Christophers (docket title)
William Mathew Burt sold "Goathill Plantation otherwise called Belvidere" in St. Christopher to John Trehawke, John Curtis, and Robert Lovell. Signed "William Mathew Burt" and marked "<F>" at top., Original digital object name: bei-m247, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
William Shand Esq. to George Savage Martin and Wm. Hy. Martin Esqrs. } Reconveyance of the High Point Plantation in Antigua. (docket title)
"In the West Indian Incumbered Estates Court <Antigua> Re Martin and others Exparte Ewing and others""Sold by W. G. and W. H. Witherby Birchin Lane." engr. in initial.William Shand (Liverpool merchant), and George Savage and William Henry Martin (Antigua); signed "William Shand" "G Savage Martin" "W H Martin.", Original digital object name: bei-m574, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
William Smith Esqr and Wife to Messrs. Payne and Clarke } Release of a Plantation in the Island of Nevis in the West Indies with the Slaves etc. thereto belonging (docket title)
"This Indenture Tripartite... Between William Smith... and Elizabeth his Wife of the first part Charles Payne... and Ioseph Clarke... of the second part and Edward Parris... of the Third part Whereas Richard Oliver... bequeathed... his Estate... unto the said William Smith..." signed by Elizabeth Smith, William Smith, Charles Payne, Joseph Clarke, Edward Parris., Original digital object name: bei-m339, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
William Timson... Marryat Esq. ...} Conveyance of Tivoli and St. John Estates... the Island of Grenada. (docket title)
"Sold by W. G. and W. H. Witherby Birchin Lane" ingr. in initial.William Timson the younger (London wine merchant) and Joseph Marryatt (London merchant) (assignees under the Commission of Bankruptcy against Charles Boldero, Edward Gale Boldero, Sir Henry Lushington, and Henry Boldero, London bankers and copartners), Charles Boldero, Edward Gale Boldero, Sir Henry Lushington, Henry Boldero, Lucy Campbell (Argyllshire, spinster), and John Blackett (Middlesex merchant); all sell Tivoli, Saint John, and Rose Hill plantations to Samuel Marryatt.Signed "William Timson Junr." "Josh Marryatt" "Charles Boldero" "G Boldero" "Lucy Campbell" "Henry Boldero" "Henry Lushington by his Attorney Stephen Lushington" "John Blackett" "W Lushington""A List of Slaves belonging or attached to and working upon Tivoli and Saint John's Estates... in the lawful possession of George Gun Munro Attorney of William Timpson and Joseph Marryat Assignees of Boldero and Co. Mortgagees..." as of 31 Dec. 1821, on last two sheets; 194 names., Original digital object name: bei-m520, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
William Wilberforce Esqr. M.P. London Published by J. Asperne 32...
"William Wilberforce Esqr. M.P. London Published by J. Asperne 32 Cornhill rst. Novr. 1814. Engraved by T. Blood for the European Magazine from an Original painting by Russell R.A." 14.2 x 10.5 cm. mounted, excised signature from letter to "Fras. Baring Esqr." on larger sheet inscribed on verso "given me by Ld Ashburton" and, under portrait, "'He reconciled Divinity and Wit.' Swift.", Original digital object name: bei-m469b, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
William Wilberforce, Esq. Painted by G. Richmond Engraved by J...
"William Wilberforce, Esq. Painted by G. Richmond Engraved by J. Jenkins", Original digital object name: bei-m469f, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
William Young Esqr. and Oths. to Mr. David Young } Release. (docket title)
Indenture between William Young "of Cariouacou Esquire," Robert Young of Grenada, and Archibald Scot late of Grenada, of the one part, and David Young of Grenada, Gentleman. H.M. Commissioners for the Selling and Disposing of the Lands in the Ceded and Neutral Islands of Grenada and the Grenadines, St. Vincent Dominica and Tobago had put up for sale Lot Number One in Rockly Bay Division of Tobago. Signed "William Young by his attorney Robert Young" "Robt Young" "Archibald Scott by his attorney David Mill" and "David Young"Price £2 per acre., Original digital object name: bei-m194, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Winchelsea, 29 Sept. 1806. ALS to the Lr Major General
Original digital object name: bei-m431d, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Wingfield Manor Appertaining to Chrisr Jeaffreson...
Wingfield Manor Appertaining to Chrisr Jeaffreson Esqr In St. Christophers Island..." "Surveyed April 10 1682 by M. Lord Rogers and Copied and Reduced from his Plan. February 20 1819 by CJ", Original digital object name: bei-m119s04, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
With papa's return envelope, addressed "A MonSieur zaCaro...
With papa's return envelope, addressed "A MonSieur zaCarÿ Gourdent a St Bartellemÿ.", Original digital object name: bei-m406kk, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Wm Bate and Alice Bate their deed of Settlemt of plant La Rouse to Rd Bate their Sonne Augt 14 1677 Barbados (docket title)
First line: This Indenture... Between William Bate of... Barbados..., "This Indenture... Between William Bate of... Barbados... And Alice his wife of the one part and--Richard Bate... of the other part..." signed "W Bate" and "Alice Bate"., Original digital object name: bei-m017a
Wm Bate and Alice Bate their deed of Settlemt of planta Delarouse on Rd Bate Augt 14 77 (docket title)
First line: This Indenture... Between William Bate... And Alice..., "This Indenture... Between William Bate... And Alice his wife of the one part and--Richard Bate... of the other part..." signed "W Bate" and "Allice Bate".Plantation in the parish of St. Michael. Boundaries include Capt. Thomas Cole, Samuel Osbourne, Christopher Jackson, Sarah Conway, George Pirkhoad[?], John Wattstone, Capt. Richard Salter.William Bate was treasurer of Barbados., Original digital object name: bei-m017b
Wm Hart his deposition concerning plant La Rouse Augt 12: 99 (docket title)
"Att the Request of the Peticoner Mr. Bate I William Hart... haveing lately been a voyage to the Island of Barbados with his Excellency Ralph Gray Esq: now Governour of the said Island of which I was Deputy Secretary and Secretary... doe certifye that it was generally reported and beleived that the Peticoner and his Father had been peaceable possessed of a Certaine Estate or Plantation in the said Island comonly called... Delarouse for thirty odd Yeares which... had been leased for some yeares past by the peticoner to Mrs. Hester Gascoigne Widdow... a true Copy Edward Southwell"William Hart was Secretary to Gov. Ralph Grey--cf. PRO. Calendar. Colonial Papers, 1694, v. 17, #500, where Hart returns to England, June 1699, to recover his health.On the Delarouse Plantation see PRO. Calendar State Papers. Colonial Papers, 1699, v. 17, #732., Original digital object name: bei-m033a
Wm King and James Parkinson Esqrs by the direction of [blank] to Fredk. Keddell Esq. and Alexander Dalrymple Esq. } (docket title)
"Sold by T. and A. T. Waterton No. 24 Birchin Lane, Cornhill." engr. in initial.William King (London merchant) and James Parkinson (Middlesex) have sold the Dominica plantations formerly owned by James Potter Lockhart (deceased) to Frederick Keddell (London gent.) and Alexander Dalrymple (Middlesex); signed "Wm King"; "Jas Parkinson"; "J Keddell."; and "Alexr. Dalrymple.", Original digital object name: bei-m565, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Wm Rawlin Barbad May 7th 1745 reced in Lond June 8th do. (docket title).
Signed, "Sir The Vessell, by which this goes, being an Express... with an Account of the Arrival of a Fleet of French Men o'War at... Martinique... I have received your Letters... concerning the Affair of your Brother Sir Joseph's Children and the Heir of Samuel Brome; all which I have laid before your Lawyers here..."Phillipps Ms. 17094., Original digital object name: bei-m092, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Ydea de lo que parece convendria hacer para mejorar nuestra...
Ydea de lo que parece convendria hacer para mejorar nuestra actual situacion. ..."El aumento que por la detencion del dinero en America vá tomando el perjudicialismo quebrante de los vales, la absoluta necesidad de enviar arogues y papel â Nueva España, el proveer de tropa, armas y municiones la Provincia de Caracas, el conducir à ella el Gobernador, y los muchos provistos para America que hay detenidos en Cadiz, y la reconquista de la Ysla de Trinidad que tanto nos conviene... Todo pues, reunido ha sugerido el pensamiento de proponer una Expedicion que abrace aquellos objetos consiguiendolos facilmente... La mayor dificultad parece consiste en la salida de Cadiz estando la Esquadra de Jervis..."John Jervis (1735-1823), who had won the battle of St. Vincent (Valentine's Day 1797), commanded a fleet which blockaded Cadiz through 1797 and 1798, thwarting the plans elaborated in 10 1/2 pages of this document., Original digital object name: bei-m389, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
[1716] A Lease from Christopher Jeffreson Esqr. to Major General Lambeth of the plantation or Mannor of Wingfield in St Christophers for Twelve Yeares at 200l p [annum] to [expire] at Lady Day 1728. (docket title).
First line: This Indenture made that ffifteenth Day of May in the Seventh Year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George by the Grace of God of Great Britain ffrance and Ireland..., Written From Dullingham, England, Signed "Christopher Jeaffreson.", Original digital object name: bei-m003ff, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
[1727] C Jeaffreson Esqr. to Charles Pym Esqr. A Lease of a Plantation in the Island of Saint Christophers For 30 Years from Lady Day 1728 Yearly Rent 250£ (docket title).
First line: This Indenture made the Thirtyeth day of November in the Second Year of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lord George the…, Signed "Charles Pym.", Original digital object name: bei-m003ii, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
[1728] Bond from Charles Pym and Thos Truman to Chrisr Jeaffreson for Performance of Covenants (docket title).
First line: Noverint universi per pr'sentes nos Carolus Pym de Insula S'cts..., Original digital object name: bei-m003jj
[1840?] Eton College. to "My dear Papa and Mama"
George C. Pile to Col. W. H. Watson. ALS, 3p., Original digital object name: bei-m535o, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.

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