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St. Christopher and Nevis, 1649-1882
St. Lucia, 1803-1826
Virgin Islands, 1739-1878
Beckwith, Sir George, 1753-1823
Blackwell, Nathanel Shepperd
Ordinance concerning registration of slaves by their owners. Dec. 20, 1824. St. Lucia. Copy.
Provisional ordinance concerning sale of slaves. Feb. 24, 1825. St. Lucia. Copy.
Bouillé, François Claude Amour, marquis de, 1739-1800
See folders 68 and 69.
Burt, William Mathew
Proclamation concerning treasonable correspondence. Dec. 2, 1778. St. Christopher.
Proclamation. Apr. 13, 1779. St. Christopher.
Byng, Robert, d. 1740
An act to amend an act, concerning the government of slaves. Feb. 27, 1739. Barbados. Copy.
Proclamation. May 14, 1740.Barbados.
Cochrane, Sir Alexander Forrester Inglis, 1758-1832
Passport. Jan. 2, 1813. Guadeloupe.
Codrington, Christopher, 1668-1710
Proclamation. July 5, 1698. Antigua. Announcing his appointment by William III as governor of the Leeward Islands. Pinart transcript from St. Kits Record Book.
An act to prevent papists ... from settling in this island... June 9, 1701. Nevis. Pinart transcript.
Dillon, Arthur Richard, 1750-1794
See Folders 67 and 68.
Proclamation. July 12, 1739. Barbados. Concerning the employment of negroes in bartering and selling.
Proclamation. Aug.11, 1739. Barbados. Concerning commissions of marque and reprisal.
Proclamation. Oct. 7, 1740. Barbados. Concerning continuation of offices after Byng's death.
Proclamation. Feb. 25, 1741. Barbados. Concerning deserters from ships.
Elliot, Hugh, 1752-1830
George II, King of Great Britain, 1683-1760
Proclamation. June 16, 1727. Issued on death of George I, requiring all persons in office to continue in their offices until further notice. Contemporary copy.
George III, King of Great Britain, 1738-1820
Proclamation. July 13, 1793. Concerning declaration of war with France. Contemporary copy.
See also Folder 1.
Grasse, François Joseph Paul, conte de Grasse-Tilly, 1723-1788
See Folder 67.
Proclamation. Feb. 28, 1749. Barbados. Concerning agreement between England and France.
Proclamation, containing royal decree of George III. Oct. 7, 1785. Antigua. Contemporary copy.
Herbert, John Richardson
Proclamation. Sept. 11, 1778. Nevis. Concerning invasion of Dominica. Copy.
See also Folders 67-70.
Hislop, Sir Thomas, 1764-1843
Proclamation. Oct. 18, 1806. Trinidad. Concerning Chinese labor. Pinart transcript.
Hood, Sir Samuel, 1762-1814
Proclamation. June 23, 1803. St. Lucia. Concerning capture of St. Lucia by the British. Also signed by W. Grinfield. Contemporary copy.
Howe, Emanuel Scrope, Viscount Howe, d. 1735
Proclamation. May 29, 1733. Barbados. Instructing that he has been appointed governor.
Keane, John, 1781-1844
Ordinance concerning the free colored people. Nov. 12, 1818. St. Lucia. Copy.
Ordinance concerning freeing of slaves. June 10, 1819. St. Lucia. Copy.
Leith, Sir James, 1763-1816
Passport. Mar. 30, 1816. Guadeloupe.
Losack, Richard Hawshaw
Proclamation. Mar. 1, 1781. St. Christopher. Concerning dissolution of assembly of Nevis. Pinart transcript.
Mainwaring, John Montague
Proclamation. June 1, 1826. St. Lucia. Explaining new laws of negroes. Copy.
Order establishing new laws for negroes. Feb. 8, 1826. St. Lucia. Copy.
Ordinance containing amendments of laws for free colored people. Feb. 8, 1826. St. Lucia. Copy.
Nogués, Jean François Xavier
Ordinance against smuggling. Oct. 27, 1803. St. Lucia. Pinart transcript.
Pinart, Alphonse Louis, 1852-1911
Notes on Barbados.
Notes on Dominica.
Notes on Montserrat.
Note concerning an act dealing with slaves, on St. Lucia[?] 1825.
Notes and transcripts concerning history of the Virgin Islands.
Letter to John Lane. Aug. 5, 1757. Barbados. With reply by Lane on verso.
Proclamation. Jan. 7, 1760. Barbados. Ordering public thanksgiving upon the taking of Quebec.
Proclamation. Dec. 15, 1760. Barbados. Announcing that George III is now king.
Proclamation. Sept. 21, 1761. Barbados.
Porter, George R.
Proclamation concerning the escape of a prisoner. Mar. 22, 1825. Tortola.
Robinson, Sir Thomas, 1700?-1777
Proclamation for rejoicing in the defeat of the Jacobites. Dec. 24, 1745. Barbados.
Letter to David Minvielle. Mar. 29, 1746. Concerning movements of the sloop Merrimac. Barbados.
Proclamation. Oct. 8, 1746. Barbados.
Seymour, Richard Augustus
Ordinance re reorganization of judicial courts. Dec. 15, 1816.St. Lucia. Copy.
Ordinance concerning the freeing of slaves. Aug. 28, 1817. St. Lucia. Copy.
See Folders 67 and 70.
Passport. Apr. 17, 1814.Guadeloupe.
Smith, Sir Lionel, 1778-1842
Proclamation. July 12, 1836. Barbados. Appointment of Samuel Husbands.
Proclamation. Aug. 3, 1768. Barbados Concerning assault on Capt. Robert Nanley by 2 negroes.
Proclamation. Dec. 1768. Barbados. Draft of pardon for negro Pompey.
Warner, Sir Thomas, d. 1649
Grant of St. Christopher to Earl of Carlisle. Jan. 23, 1643. Pinart transcript.
Proclamation. Oct. 15, 1753. Barbados. Concerning negro meetings.
Proclamation. Apr. 27, 1756. Barbados. Concerning papers found in parish church of St. Peter.
Proclamation. Apr. 6, 1727. Barbados. Relating to new trade laws.
Proclamation. June 17, 1728. Barbados. Re the dissolution of the Assembly.
Virgin Island, 1861-1871
Minutes and records from Council Books:
Spanish Town, Jamaica.
Nevis (All include copies of correspondence, and relate to the capitulation of Nevis.)
Copies. Feb. 28, 1782
Copies. Jan.-Sept. 1782
Copies. Apr. 17-23, 1782
Copies. Apr.-May, 1784
Extract from the register of the court of appeal, a decree concerning negroes