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10 November 1787

Message from Lieu-Gov. Parr to the Council and Assembly, desiring the revision of the Militia Laws. Signed.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 89


29 October 1787

Message from the council requesting the Assembly to join them in a Committee for entertaining Prince William Henry.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 90


14 November 1787

Return of proceedings of the Court of General Sessions for Hants, and King's Bench and Assize at Windsor from the first Tuesday of April 1787 to the last Tuesday of Oct.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 91


31 October 1787

Extract from the Minutes of the Proceedings of the Grand Jury at Windsor respecting the amercement made for repairing the roads.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 92


23 November 1787

Report of Committee of the House on promoting the manufacture of bar and pig iron, recommending bounties. Signed.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 93


5 June 1777

Memorial of Michael Head, surgeon, to the legislature. Duplicate of No. 19.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 94


5 December 1787

Message from Lieu-Gov. Parr stating the impropriety of deviating from his proclamation regarding trade with the United States. Signed.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 95


11 December 1787

Message from Lieu-Gov. Parr answering the House of Assembly's address of the third inst. Relating to the Puisne Justices. Serious nature of such complaints requires deliberate investigation. Many of the charges are matters of legal opinion; criminal insinuations groundless. Signed.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 96


4 December 1787

Abstract of monies voted by the General Assembly.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 97


22 June 1776

Petition of Jonathan Binney to the legislature, praying relief from paying charges. Signed.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 98


23 October 1779

Memorial of Jonathan Binney to the Sec'y of State, stating his services as Supt. of Trade and Fisheries at Canso, his work of settling Acadians, at his own expense, and praying for a yearly salary. Signed. (Duplicate)

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 99


11 November 1774

Report of commissioners for farming duties at Canso and Cape Breton. Signed.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 100


4 May 1775

Deposition of George Smith, attesting to the assiduity of Jonathan Binney in collecting duties and acting as Supt. of Trade and Fisheries at Canso. Signed.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 101


6 May 1775

Copy of a deposition of Benjamin Green, Treasurer, stating that J. Binney had presented his account each year satisfactorily.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 102


7 May 1775

Copy of a deposition of Wm. Nesbitt, Attorney-Gen'l, stating that he had received certain notes of hand for debts due the province through J. Binney.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 301 number 103


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