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Title: Papers relating to the island of Nantucket : with documents relating to the original settlement of that island, Martha’s Vineyard, and other islands adjacent, known as Dukes County, while under the colony of New York ; Compiled from official records in the office of the Secretary of State at Albany, New York
Year: 1856 (1850s)
Authors: Hough, Franklin Benjamin, 1822-1885 New York (State)
Publisher: Albany : [J. Munsell]
Contributing Library: University of Pittsburgh Library System
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation
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ayard,W NicoLLS, Frederick Flypse, Chid. Brooke, S. V, Courtlandt,G. MiNEviLLE, John Lawrence. New York, Feb. the io^ 1692. 9 At a Council held at ffort William Henry, the 17th of March, 1692, Prejent: His Excelly Ben : Fletcher, Efq, Ffred. Philips, ^ Chid. Brooke, ^ Steph. Courtlandt, > EJqrs. John Lawrence, > Ejqrs.Gab. Monvielle, Caleb Heathcote, S His Excelly did fignify the Occafion of his callingthe Council together was an Opportunity for Mar-tins Vineyard, did offer his Opinion that it may beproper to fend Mr. Mayhew a Copy of the CouncelsReport upon S William Phips L^^e and the printedCharter, to lett him know that his layd before theirMaties and defire him with the reft that are wellaffecfted to the Government to preierve the Peace,and a6t nothing by S William Phips Authority 20 [ 154] voluntarily, but what fhall be forced upon him, andfrom Time to Time as Occafion to fend Accountof it hither, which is approved off, and the Councildoe advife his Excelly accordingly.
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INDEX. A DDRESS to the King, 150.Admiralty, Dccifion of a Courtof, 118.Advice, when improper from aMagiftrate, 46.concerning relinquifhment ofMarthas Vineyard, 147.Andros, Governor, Order of forfetding Marthas Vine-yard, 62.Note concerning the Familyof, I 20.Appeal from local Courts, whenallowed, 29, 42, 43, 86.of Capt. John Gardner, 112.Attachments, how and when grant-ed, 44. D ARNARD, Robert, a Partner -*-oflntcrcftofThos. Barnard,i2.Thomas, one of the ten Own-ers of Nantucket, 8, II. Beers, Richard, Deed to, and oth-ers, 5. Birthday of Duke of York the Be-ginning of Governors Term,at Nantucket, 27. Blockhoufcs, Orders conccrning,89. Bofton, Warrant from, 145. Bread may be exported, 34. Brenton Mr., Claims to the Eliza-beth Ifles examined, 34. Bunker William, Fac Simile offignaturc of, 77. Bye Laws, Order for efl:ablifliing,85 /^ANNON to be fent to Nantuck-^ et, 89. Cattle fold to pay a fine, 116.Charges againft Jofeph Coleman, 123.Charter of New England, Extraft from, 146.Chief Mag
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