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Selected Government Records of Black Settlement, 1791-1839



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Diaspora201112335,201112336
Report of American Black Refugees brought from the Chesapeake by His Majesty's Ship Mariner.
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 5

Diaspora201112337,201112338
List of American Black Refugees landed from His Majesty's Ship Fox.
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 6

Diaspora201112339,201112340
A list of American Black Refugees on board His Majesty's Ship Diomeade. Endorsed.
Date: 2 September 1813
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 7

Diaspora201112341,201112342
A list of American Black Refugees on board His Majesty's Ship Diadem.
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 8

Diaspora201112343,201112344,201112345,201112346
Copy of a letter from Lord Castlereagh to the Governor or Commander of the forces in Nova Scotia, relating to the government provision for the American Black Refugees. Enclosing orders in Council etc., relating to the slave trade and assigning the duty of managing and providing for slaves captured or brought into Halifax to the Chief Officer of the Customs.
Date: 10 April 1808
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 9

Diaspora201112347,201112348,201112349
Letter from Admiral Sir Alexander Cochran to Sir J. C. Sherbrooke regarding the condition of Black Refugees recently brought from Virginia.
Date: 5 October 1814
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 10

Diaspora201112350,201112351
Letter from Lawrence Hartshorne to Mr. Secretary Rupert D. George, relating to the settlement of the Black Refugees.
Date: 14 April 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 11

Diaspora201112352
Abstract of sundries supplied to the Blacks in the Poor House at Halifax from 2 September 1814 to 2 March 1815.
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 12

Diaspora201112353
Abstract of the Black Refugees daily victualled at Melville Island between 27 April and 26 July 1815.
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 13

Diaspora201112354
General abstract of Black Refugees victualled at Melville Island from 9 to 16 November 1815.
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 14

Diaspora201112355
General return of Black Refugees victualled at Melville Island from 16 to 23 November 1815.
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 15

Diaspora201112356,201112357,201112358,201112359,201112360,201112361,201112362,201112363,201112364
Return of provisions issued from Commissariat.
Date: 26 December 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 16

Diaspora201112365,201112366,201112367,201112368,201112369,201112370,201112371,201112372
Articles of agreement entered into by Lewis DeMolitor for supplying Black Refugees.
Date: 1 May 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 17

Diaspora201112373,201112374,201112375,201112376
Military Return of guards at Melville Island, 24 May 1815, and related receipts, May-June 1815.
Date: 24 May 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 18

Diaspora201112377,201112378
Several accounts and receipts for supplies to Black Refugees, with the following suppliers: Edward King, Robert Hodgers, William Kent, John H. Noonan, Winkworth Allan, Louis DeMolitor, William Anderson, William Sutherland, J. Howe, Son and Company, George Eaton, J. Clark, J. Young & Co., Tobin & Boyle, Doctors Hume and Pyke, William Philipps, Samuel Head, and Hartshorne & Boggs.
Date: 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 19
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