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Registres du gouvernement britannique à Annapolis Royal, 1713-1749

Minutes of H. M. Council, 1720-1742. 307

in Law to St Castine of Penobscutt who Daily practised that Trade; and That the said Bently of Charlestown threatned to meet with him the Said Peter Blin this fall at St Johns River and their to feight him

     Whereupon his Honour the Lt Governor proposing to give him An Order to take him or Any Other Trader, be thereof Accepted, And the Board Agreed that His Honour Should Authorize and Impower him, in the Same Manner As Mr Cottnam, for his so doing; And that his Honour Should order Mr John Hamilton the Deputy Collector And Naval Officer to go along with him up the Bay to make such Seizurs as the Case may Require, And thereby to Order All Officers Civil and Military And all Others his Majestys Subjects to be aiding and Assisting to Mr Hamilton in the Lawfull Execution of his Duty
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the Deputy Collector ordered to go up the Bay.

     Att a Council held by Order of the Honourable Lt Govr Lawrence Armstong att his Own house in his Majestys Garrison of Annapolis Royall on friday the 11th of October 1734 att 10 o' the Clock A: M:

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


     The last years Deputies of the French Inhabitants of [397] Of this River came & Introduced to the Governor and Council the New Elected for the Service of this Ensuing Year for his Honrs Approbation, Who having laid before the Board the Inhabitants Report of their due Election, and a list of the ffamilies of their Respective Districts; Which being read, His Honour was pleased to Approve of the Inhabitants Choice, & then Recommended to them the Duty of their Office
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The New Deputies introduced and Approven by the Governor.


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