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Minutes of H. M. Council, 1720-1742. 67

     Ordered that a Coppy thereof translated into french be given them, that they may publish the Same

     And father Charlemagne the Romish Priest of this River being found Guilty of Concealing and Conniveing at the Treacherous Designes of the Indians Against this place and his Majestys Subjects as per his Examination the 22.d Ins.t

     The Board Agreed to Communicate to the Deputees the Reason of his Concealment and for Such Evil and Wicked practices in a time of profound peace with his most Christian Majesty That it was Resolved to Send him out of this Province

     At a Council held at the Honourable L.t Governor John Doucett's house in his Majµtys Garrison of Annapolis Royall on Munday the 10th Aug.t 1724

Present The Honourable Lievt Governor President
Major Paul Mascarene
John Adams Esq
William Skene Esq
William Shirreff Esq

     The Honourable L.t Governor Acquainted the Board that whereas one Lewis Tibeau had Complained to him Some time agoe, of Joseph Brusar for Maltreating & Useing him Unjustly; And that in Order to hear them face to face, he then Sent an Order by Said Tibeau [92] Tibeau for Said Joseph Brusars Appearing here to Answer to said Complaint against him; And that Whereas Said Tiheau had Again Returned and Made Oath that when he went to Deliver him Orders, that he not only Beat him, but took the Orders & Despitefully throw them on the Ground; And therefore, for his Insolence, he had again Summon'd Said Brusar to Appear this Day before the Board Allong with the Deputees who are Ready to wait on the Board, by whom being Informed, that Said Brusar, notwithstanding these Repeated Orders, was not Come; he Ask'd the Oppinion and Adviceof the Board
Joseph Brusar Ordained to appear before the Council

     Which being taken into Consideration, it was Judged proper to Call the Deputees & Enquire of them what Reason


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