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Correspondence, original, Board of Trade, 1694, 1689-1694

England and Wales. Board of Trade

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Notes

  • Correspondence between the Board of Trade and colonies of the former Territory and Dominion of New-England.
  • Volume title from publisher's website (resource viewed on 7 Oct. 2015)
  • Volume reference no.: CO 5/858.
  • The National Archives

Contents

  • Abstract of information and depositions relating to the complaint of Mr Brenton and Captain Short against Sir William Phips, and articles offered against Phips by the Collector -- An account of the proceedings at New York, 1689 -- Address of the Council of Massachusetts to the Privy Council opposing Sir Matthew Dudley's proposal for a charter to carry out trade, agriculture and mining in New England -- Affidavits of Benjamin Jackson relating to the complaints of Jahleel Brenton and Richard Short against Sir William Phips -- Affidavits of various sailors and officials relating to the complaints of Jahleel Brenton and Richard Short against Sir William Phips -- At a general court for Their Majesties' colony of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, sitting at Boston, upon adjournment, December 22nd 1691 -- Byfield's letter to Dudley about assemblies -- Council proceedings and letters relating to legal proceedings against Sir William Phips, Governor of Massachusetts Bay, by the Board of Trade, relating to the ship Nonsuch -- Council proceedings relating to a proposal to send a cargo of spices and naval stores from New England to London -- The humble address of the Council and Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay in New England -- The humble petition of Sir Edmund Andros, with a letter to him about his expedition to Canada -- Letter from Governor Easton of Rhode Island to the Board of Trade about violation of the Navigation Acts -- Letter from Mr Byfield to Mr Usher about assemblies -- A letter from New-England -- Letter from Sir William Phips to the Privy Council on a proposal to send a cargo of naval stores and timber from New England to London -- Letters on the disputed boundary of Rhode Island -- List of papers relating to New England -- Material on Sir Matthew Dudley's proposals to be awarded a charter for trade and industry in New England, including proposals for a mint -- Material relating to legal proceedings against Sir William Phips, Governor of Massachusetts Bay, by the Board of Trade, relating largely to several ships -- Mr Maxwell's receipt for a packet for Sir William Phips -- Order and letters relating to Sir Matthew Dudley's petition for a charter to mine copper and produce naval stores in New England -- Petitions from the the agents of Rhode Island and Massachusetts Bay relating to a dispute over their common boundary -- A report, petition and correspondence relating to legal proceedings against Sir William Phips, Governor of Massachusetts Bay, by the Board of Trade -- Reports on Sir Matthew Dudley's proposals to be awarded a charter for trade and industry in New England -- Two letters and a report on Sir Christopher Almy, Sir Henry Ashurt [Ashurst] and Constantine Phips's petitions about the eastern boundary of Rhode Island
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