this place, until such time they are first aired, at some distant place from this Garrison as his Honour shall think proper [50 ]
At a Council held at the Hon:ble Liev.t Governor house in his Majestys Garrison of Annapolis Royal upon Thusday the 28 September 1721
Present The Hon:ble Lievt Governor. John Doucet Esq President
Mr. Secretary Savage John Adams Esq Mr. Collector Newton Esq
William Skene Esq William Shirreff Esq Peter Boudre Esq
The Loss of the provissions for this Garrison advised on.
Agreed that a Proclamation. be put out by the Hon:ble Liev.t Governor to the Inhabitants of this Province, to incourage them to search for the Wreck goods lost on board the Schooner Hanah M.r William Souden Master from Cansoe laden with provissions and Cloathing for this Garrison cast away the 13th Instant at the Tusket Islands and both Vessell and Cargoe intirely lost That they shall be allowed one third part of the value of said Goods so found by them as Salvage.
Proclamation to Encourage the ffrench Inhabitants to Search for Wreck goods
The Master, Pilot, Mariners and Passengers, which lately belonged to, and was on board the Schooner Hanah William Souden Master when she was Caste away at the Tuskett Islands  Islands. Gaue in their Declaration of the particular Circumstances thereof. and was sworne to the truth thereof. to the best of their knowledge. which lyes on file.
His Honour The Liev:t Governor askt them whither or no they had anything to say against the Master, Pilot, or any person that was on board, they all answer'd that they beleiu'd every body did their best, Then his Honour askt the Pilot M.r Boudre whither he had any thing to object against the Vessell or any body that was on hoard, he answer'd no, that every body did their best. and further the Depon:ts declared