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Minutes of H. M. Council, 1720-1742. 303

Approaching their Tenements or property at Any Unseasonable time of the Night Which being Read it was Approved of And Directed to be prepared in order to be published
L : Armstrong

     At a Council held by Order of the Lt Governors Order at the place aforesaid On Munday 16th of September 1734 at 10 o' the Clock A. M.

His Honour the Lieut Governor of the Province
William Skeen Esq
Wm Shirreff Secretary
Henry Cope Esq
Eras : James Philipps Esq
Otho Hamilton Esq


     His Honr having Represented to the Board that Alexander LeBorgné Sre De Bellisle who had about A Year agoe, as by the Minutes, taken the Oath [392] Oath of Allegiance to His Majesty, having laid before him and the Council the Miserable Condition he Was then in for Want of fire Wood & Hay; That Notwithstanding in Consideration thereof It was agreed in Council that he should have Liberty Granted him to Cutt these Necessary Materials for his Own Immediate Use from off the Kings Land As Yet not Granted, That he was Informed by a Memol from the said Alexander Le Borgné presented him by his son That He Was therein Obstructed by Some at Mines Who seem'd to Despise all Order of Government, And That therefore he Desired the Boards Advice and Opinion in regard to What may be Necessary to be farther done therein

Petition Alexandr Le Borgne Contra Charles Richards in Relation to Hay.

     The Memo.l being Read As also the former Minute On that subject; bearing Date the 28th of September 1733 Alexr Bellisle ye Son was called in And being thereon Examined, he laid some Other papers Vouched and Attested by some of the Deputees & Others, as upon file, That One Charles Richards lately come into the Province from Cape Breton And Others of his party had not only Opposed him in Cutting but had even Insulted him And taken away the Hay


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