Letter to the Earl of Sutherland from the Council of Trade, February 15, 1709

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Title

Letter to the Earl of Sutherland from the Council of Trade, February 15, 1709

Date

February 15, 1709

Description

Letter from Whitehall and the Council of Trade to the Earl of Sutherland, signed by Earl of Stamford (Thomas Grey), Meadows, J. Pulteney, and Cha. Tarney.

Contributor

Earl of Sutherland

Format

image/jpeg

Type

Manuscripts

Language

English

Identifier

Ms. 172

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Transcription

Whitehall, February 18th, 1708/9

My Lord,

Major Edward Tynte having been recomended
to her Majesty by the Lords Proprietors of Carolina
to be Governor of that Province, And her Majesty
having been pleased by her Order in Councill of the
30th of December 1708, to declare her [Mouvance?]
and approbation of the said Major Tynte to be
Governour of the said Province accordingly, Pro-
vided he give good and sufficient Security that he
duly observe the Acts relating to Trade and Navi-
gation. And we having received a certificate
from her Majesty’s Remembrance Office that the
said Major Tynt has pursuant to her Majesty’s said
Order in Councill, given the usual Security of 2,000 £
for his due observance of the said Acts do take this
Occasion to acquaint your Lordship therewith,
and to transmit to your Lordship the inclosed draught
of Instructions for her Majesty’s Royal Signature
to the aforementioned Lords Proprietors of Carolina,
relating to the Acts of Trade, being to the like Electors
these that have been given to them and to all other Proprietors
of [Plantations?] on the like Occasion. We are
My Lord
Your Lordships most humble Servants,
Stamford
[?]: Meadows
[?] Pulteney
Cha; [Turner?]
[?] Earl of Sunderland

Citation

Stamford, Thomas Grey, Earl of, 1654-1720. et al., “Letter to the Earl of Sutherland from the Council of Trade, February 15, 1709,” Charleston Library Society Digital Collections, accessed December 8, 2022, https://charlestonlibrarysociety.omeka.net/items/show/1262.