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orders subjoined. All are commanded to obey them on penalties mentioned therein. In case sellers fail to acquaint buyers of the unruly nature of such beasts, the sellers shall be liable to all the penalties in the orders recited.

Annapolis, May 17, 1738
(signed.)
L. Armstrong.

French translation of foregoing [179 f,]

Order to Arrest Tillar. [180

Directed1 to Mangeant, "Rentgatherer," Deputies, and Constable at Minas. Preamble notes disregard by Francois Tillar of previous order of Council sent to him by "Mr. Joseph Mors." Therefore he is to be apprehended and sent to A. "Either by the said Joseph Mors, The Constable, Or under the Care of any other proper persons whom you may think proper to Appoint."

Annapolis, May 17, 1738
(signed.)
L. Armstrong.

Order to Arrest O'Neal.2 [181

To the Deputies of Minas. Since James O'Neal has by his conduct given occasion for several complaints, and has taken away with him Charles Roy3 and Jean Tourcatte, servants of Captain Heron (?), the Deputies are hereby ordered to arrest all three and send them under a sufficient guard to A. In case Captain Donnell is in port, they are to be put on board his vessel with a guard of habitans from Chignecto.

Annapolis, July 11, 1738.
(signed.)
L. Armstrong.


1. Marginal note: N. B. That a Copy of ye former Order ye 26th Sept. 1737, p. 159 & 160 was Prefixt and sent with this for the said Tillar by Captn Mors.
2. In French.
3. Apparently an Englishman, by the name of King: See [183]


             

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