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Registres du gouvernement britannique à Annapolis Royal, 1713-1749

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     The Board upon the Consideration of ye whole were of Opinion, that the Plantiff René Guillot should be continued in the quiet & peaceable possession of the said Lands till the Deffendt Charles Duron shall produce a more Sufficient Evidence, that it was he & not his ffather John that purchased said Lands, Considering that the Plantiff hath for Eleven years past during the life of his deceased ffather John been in the possession [441] possession thereof & paid the Quit Rents for ye Same


     Ordered that an Order be prepared & sent to the Said Charles Duron strictly to comply herewith & to the Deputy's of Piziguet to see that the said Plantiff may be noways Disturbed in the Possession thereof; And that a Copy of this days Minute be therewith sent them
L : Armstrong

     At a Council held by Order of the Honourable Lawrence Armstrong Esqe, the Lieut Govr of the Province, at his Own House in his Majesty's Garrison of Annapolis Royal, On Monday the 7th day of June 1736 at 10 o' the Clock A M

His Honour the Lt. Governor of the Province
John Adams
William Skene Esq
William Shirreff Secretary
Henry Cope Esq
Eras : James Philipps Esq
Otho Hamilton Esq
In Relation to the Brig.t ye Baltimore & of some papers laid before the Board

     His Honour Acquainted the Board that as Ensign Vane had Returned wIth the Party,& brougt along with Him Mr Charles Dentremon & Peter Landry of Pobomcoup & the BrIgt Baltimore to this Port, He therefore DesIred the Opinion of the Board what he must now Do with Her

     Which being taken into Consideration, ye Board Agreed & were of Opinion, that as She was now in this Harbour, She ought to be Laid up & Secured with as much Care as possible 'till further Advice, for the Benefit of the owner Then [442]



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