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Registres du gouvernement britannique à Annapolis Royal, 1713-1749


Governor's Letter-Book, Annapolis, 1719-1742. 57

Philipps to the Board of Trade.

Ships detained over two months. Enclosed petition for land as above. Many other such claims.
(signed.)
R. Philipps
 


1719.
Feb. 26.
Boston.

Philipps to Inhabitants of Minas. [6
original

Proclamation of King's intentions enclosed: religious property and civil rights to be assured to them. Urged to take the oath of allegiance. Answer expected by Father Felix and four deputies.1
(signed.)
R. Philipps
 



Ap. 28.
Annapolis.

Philipps to Inhabitants of Chignecto.

Same as above. Sends fifty hogsheads of wheat to be sold among them.
(signed.)
R. Philipps
 


Ap. 28.
Annapolis.

Philipps to Inhabitants of Annapolis. [7
original

Six deputies to be appointed from the inhabitants of Annapolis to confer with Philipps on May 4, in regard to proclamation.2
(signed.)
R. Philipps
 



Ap. 30.
Annapolis.

Philipps to Père Justinian Durand.

Ordered to read enclosed proclamation to congregation at its fullest and affix to church door, that no one may pretend .Annapolis ignorance of it.
(signed.)
R. Philipps
 


Ap. 30.
Annapolis.

Philipps to Inhabitants of this River (Annapolis). [8
original

Six deputies from the inhabitants of Annapolis to confer with Philipps on May 4 in regard to proclamation.3
(signed.)
R. Philipps


1. Printed in full. A. A. 21 f.
2. Printed A. A. 22.
3. Repeated with slight changes of wording from opposite page.
 



Ap. 30.
Annapolis.


             

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