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The Board of trade are requested to direct that Major Martin be furnished at the big island with...
[ Williamsburg, 6? Apr. 1780 . Minute in the Board of Trade Journal ( Vi ) under date of 6 Apr.:...
[Williamsburg, 7? Apr. 1780. Minute in Board of Trade Journal ( Vi ) under date of 7 Apr.: “In...
If the board of trade will be pleased to resolve on the quantity of tobacco they think necessary...
The Board approves of the allowance to Mr. Moss of thirty five hundred Pounds for his trouble and...
The Board are of Opinion that exorbitant as the Price is these Articles must be bought to...
[ Williamsburg ] 14 July 1779 . Upon consideration of the want of necessary supplies, it is...
It has become necessary to advance an additional Sum of Money to Mr. Lindsay. The Board of Trade...
The Board of Trade will be pleased to direct their Agent to State an account in his Books with...
[ Williamsburg ] 13 Dec. 1779 . Order to carry into execution a resolution of the Assembly of 8...
[ Williamsburg ] 8–9 Oct. 1779 . Transmitting a requisition from the Board of War for the...
[ Williamsburg ] 12 Nov. 1779. In compliance with the requisition of 30 Oct. for the purchase of...
It is recommended to the Board of Trade to procure for Colo. Bufords Officers now under orders to...
[ Williamsburg, 4 Sep. 1779 . Board of Trade Journal ( Vi ), under 19 Feb. 1780, records that...
[ Williamsburg ] 25 Jan. 1780 . Requests advice of Council concerning purchase of spirits and...
[ Williamsburg ] 23 Dec. 1779 . The commanders of two vessels from Bermuda with salt to exchange...
By a letter from Mr. Mazzei dated Nantes Nov. 27. 1779 I am informed that he had not then...
It occurs to the Executive that the Mr. Vezey at the Eastern shore with Salt is the Person who...
The Governor is advised to recommend to the Board of Trade to draw Bills of Exchange on Messrs....
The Act of Assembly having directed a Sale of the Ships Tartar and Dragon, the Gallies Henry,...
It appears from an Act of the last Session of Assembly that the Executive are empowered to make...
It having been concluded that the Council shall discontinue business at this place from the 7th....
[ Williamsburg ] 3 Nov. 1779 . Submits requisitions from Board of War for shoes and for clothing...
Mr. Nathan having taken up Bills drawn on us to a considerable amount payable in N. Orleans, and...
We tho’t it prudent, before Mr. Smith’s departure, that he should inform the Board what he...
The Board, in order to give Satisfaction as far as they are able to Colo. Legras and Major...
The board are of opinion payment should be made to Mr. Pollock of all the articles of his account...
The following Slaves have been purchased for the use of the State agreeable to the Instructions...
The Council having explicitly guarded against admitting purchases from the Public Store by Mr....
It is recommended to the board of trade to settle the expences of Capt. LeMaire stated in this...
The inclosed resolution for purchasing Slaves to carry on the West Ham Foundary is transmitted to...
The Executive will not interpose to favor such a commerce (referring to a proposal contained in a...
I find that the recommendation of council to have bills of exchange drawn and sent to Colo....
The Council concur in opinion with the board of trade that forty pounds per annum to be paid as...
The board are of opinion that Colo. Le Maire’s expences of £15,545 livres 14 sous be paid in...
Your Excellency’s letter of the 23d . was this day laid before the Board; there is a Vessel now...
It is recommended to the Board of trade to take measures for the immediate purchase of necessary...
[ Williamsburg ] 13 July 1779 . The proposals of Hunter & Co. concerning the cargo of the ship...
The Expence to this State in particular which is occasioned by every day’s detention of these...
One hundred and ninety Dollars are allowed for the within Services (Monsr. Francois Bosserons) in...