Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, 1729-1745: Preserved in the Public Record Office ... (Google eBook)

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H.M. Stationery office, 1897 - Archives
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Page 110 - Act for the better Preservation of His Majesty's Woods in America, and for the Encouragement of the Importation of Naval Stores from...
Page 181 - Bounty (that is, the governors of the Bounty of Queen Anne for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of the Poor Clergy).
Page 450 - An act for establishing an agreement with seven of the lords proprietors of Carolina for the surrender of their title and interest in that province to his majesty...
Page 13 - Charter to be made and passed under the Seal appointed by the Treaty of Union to be kept and used in Scotland in place of the Great Seal thereof...
Page xv - Lordships' 137 directions, which notes at their next meeting, and before they entered upon any new business, he should acquaint them with and what was done thereupon, and so from time to time, what progress was made upon any directions then unperfected. That he should enter the names of the commissioners present...
Page 15 - ... of trade in the kingdoms with reference to the plantations (CO 323: 2, 46). Order in Council approving order for naval officers to give security and directing such order to be sent to the governors of plantations (CO 323: 2, 145). Copy of instructions to Governor Blakiston (CO 5: 725, pp. 253-289). Report of the Commissioners of the Customs to the Lords of the Treasury about trade in the plantations (Treasury Papers, Ivi, 82). 170 Archives, vol. xx, pp. 91, 1oo. 171 Ibid., pp. 115, 161. Lionel...
Page 417 - Bushel is to be made round with an even bottom, and to be ig£ inches from outside to outside, and to contain one Winchester Bushel, and one Quart of Water, according to the standard for the Winchester Bushel described by 13 and 14 William III. cap. 5.
Page xxviii - And let the said order be satisfied out of any money in the Receipt of the Exchequer applicable to the use of his Majesty's Civil Government.

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