Proceedings of an inquiry and investigation, instituted by Major General Codd, His Majesty's Superintendent and Commander-in-chief at Belize, Honduras, relative to Poyais

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Lawler and Quick, 1824 - Belize - 171 pages
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Page 154 - States, or any other your Superior Officer, according to the rules and discipline of war, in pursuance of the trust reposed in you.
Page 154 - And you are to observe and follow such orders and directions from time to time as you shall receive from this or a future Congress...
Page 154 - Greeting. We, reposing especial Trust and Confidence in your Loyalty, Courage, and good Conduct, do by these Presents Constitute and Appoint you to be an Officer in Our Land Forces from the Twentieth day of March 1915.
Page 154 - Captain into your care and charge, and duly to exercise as well the officers as soldiers thereof in arms, and to use your best endeavours to keep them in good order and discipline ; and we do hereby command them to obey you as their...
Page 66 - M'Gregor is null and void, he not having fulfilled his contract with me agreeable to his stipulations, and having contracted a debt upon a part of my territory without my consent, assuming to himself the title of Cazique of Poyais, and declaring the aforesaid grant to be an independent state...
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Page 66 - M'Gregor after the first day of January 1823, are declared null and void. Given under my hand at Cape Gracias a Dios, this 28th day of March, in the year of our Lord, 1823. (Signed) GEORGE FREDERIC, King of the Mosquito nation.
Page 11 - I have the honour to be, Sir, with great respect, your very obedient servant, H.
Page 68 - I do hereby furthermore command you to treat the in* habitants with civility and respect, and be cautious not to infringe upon public law, or private right, but make yourselves acquainted with their laws and customs, for any deviation from the same will end in their total alienation from the English (to whom otherwise they will be respectful), with the ruin of your property and probably your lives.
Page 65 - M'Gregor's sending any person to this territory to be null and void: but that the persons settling there at present " have his Majesty's sanction, as long as they behave as persons settling for the benefit of trade...

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