Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series, America and West by Arthur Percival Newton

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Signed-and endorsed as preceding. 2\ pp. [CO. 152, 22. ff. ]. July 9. Whitehall. 19. Council of Trade and Plantations to Committee of Privy Council. Pursuant to your Lordships' order of the 2nd instant, we herewith transmit to your Lordships the heads of a hill which we have prepared with the assistance of Mr. M. Counsel, propose to be passed by the Council and Assembly of Jamaica, for dispossessing the proprietors of all such extensive tracts of lands as ly uncultivated in that Island in order to the granting the said lands anew to such persons as shall come to settle there, and cultivate the same within a limited time.

Avseough. Endorsed, Reed. 12th, Read 16th Dec, 1735. 1 p. 0. 137, 21. ff. ]. July 3. 6. President Ayscough to the Duke of Newcastle. Duplicate of preceding letter, mutatis mutandis. Signed, J. Ayscough. Endorsed, R. 31st Aug. 1 p. Enclosed, 6. i. , Projected by Colo. M. Chief Ingeneer of Jamaica, 1734. Plan on scale of 70 feet. Note. M. " Consists of a central hall communicating, oblong in shape and with four dwelling rooms, thrown out at each corner for flanking fire. 1 p. 6. ii. Explanation and Instructions for building above.

And we do desire you will request the Lords to make their report forthwith etc. Signed, James Lambe, Riehd. Jefferis and six others. Copy. 1A pp. WO 5, 364. ff. ]. yu*. 8. Council of Trade and Plantations to the Committee of Whitehall. M. Privy Council. Upon the petition of Richard Partridge, 1st May, represent that, " we have been attended upon this occasion MM. •^8***1'3®6» ky whom we are informed, that this Colony {Rhode Island], had formerly twelve cannon, most of which are now unfit for service : that they have built a fort which cost them ten thousand pounds of then- currency, and havelatelyboughttwentyfour cannons which cost six hundred pounds ; and they now AMERICA AND WEST INDIES.

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