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Registres du gouvernement britannique à Annapolis Royal, 1713-1749


  58  Nova Scotia Archives.
1719.
May 2 O. S.
Annapolis.

Philipps to Durand.

Surprised at his absenting himself without leave. No reason for so doing. Both the inhabitants and Durand will be treated with mildness.1
(signed.)
R. Philipps
Ap. 20 N. S.
Annapolis.

Philipps to Durand. [9
original

Ordered to read enclosed proclamation to congregation at its fullest and affix same to chapel door that none may pIead ignorance of its contents.2
(signed.)
R. Philipps
May 9.
Annapolis.

Savage to Gyles Hall Esq. at Canso.

Formal instructions as Justice of Peace. Commission to be read publicly, book kept of proceedings, and appeals allowed.
(signed.)
Ar Savage Secry.
May 18.
Annapolis.

Philipps to Inhabitants of this River and Minas. [10
original

People of Minas cutting a road from their settlement to Annapolis and asking inhabitants of latter place to assist, without leave of Philipps. Design suspicious. Ordered hereby to desist.3
(signed.)
Richd. Philipps
May 25.
Annapolis.

Savage to Thos. Richards at Canso. [11
original

Formal instructions as J. P. aths to be administered by Peter Proudie Esq, or in his absence by Gyles Hall. Book of proceedings to be kept, and appeals allowed; but this latter may be kept secret. P. S. To report also the proceedings of the French in Cape Breton.
(signed.)
Ar Savage Secry.


1. Printed A. A. 23.
2. Same in tenor as preceding; printed A. A, 23-
3. Printed A. A. 30.


             

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