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Commission Book, 1720-1741. 223

Order to Arrest O’Neal1 [181

To the Deputies of Chignecto. Charges not detailed as above: but the complaints as to his conduct, are the reason for his arrest, Deputies specially warned not to allow O'N. to carry off any of his property, cattle, &c.
 





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

Summons in Trespass Case. [182

Summons to Réné Granger, Olivier D'Aigre, Claude Commeaux, Francois Landry, et al. Antoine LeBlans complains of a bridge which they have built and of daily trespasses upon his property. They are therefore summoned to appear at A. before tht' Governor-in-council, on or before the 28th of Nov., to show cause why they do not remoye the bridge, &c. In case of non-appearance, the case will go by default.
(signed.)
Wm Shirreff Sec.y
 





French translation of foregoing [182 f.]
 

Order to Arrest King [183

To the Deputies and habitans of Piziquid. As Charles King, alias Roy, "fraudulently ffled from his Bail and Basely DeseItted the Service of Mr. William Winniett," the Deputies are ordered to arrest and bring him to A. to show cause, &c.
(signed.)
L. Armstrong.
 





French translation of foregoing [184]
 

Order to Arrest Peter Sire and O’Neal [184

Whereas I have been Informed by Mess.rs William Winniett & Peter Bergeau of a Base and Vìllainous Attempt made upon the said Mr, Bergeau in his own house between 10 & 11 o'Clock at Night by Peter Sire Junior in Conjunction with James O'Neal and as the Sudden & Unexpected Escape

1. In French.
 





             

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