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Selected Government Records of Black Settlement, 1791-1839



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Diaspora201112527,201112528,201112529,201112530
Report by Richard Best to Henry H. Cogswell, Deputy Provincial Secretary, on the Black Refugee establishment at Melville Island.
Date: 9 November 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 80

Diaspora201112531,201112532
Report of Committee of Council on the accounts for providing for the Black Refugees.
Date: 16 November 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 81

Diaspora201112533,201112534,201112535,201112536
Richard Best to Henry H. Cogswell, Deputy Provincial Secretary, on the reduction of the establishment at Melville Island.
Date: 23 November 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 82

Diaspora201112537,201112538,201112539
Richard Best to Henry H. Cogswell, Deputy Provincial Secretary, on the state of the clothing of the Black Refugees.
Date: 27 November 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 83

Diaspora201112540,201112541,201112542,201112543
Lewis DeMolitor's contract for victualling Black Refugees.
Date: 16 December 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 84

Diaspora201112544,201112545,201112546,201112547
Richard Best to Henry H. Cogswell, Deputy Provincial Secretary, relating to contract for supplies.
Date: 2 December 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 85

Diaspora201112548,201112549
Richard Best to Henry H. Cogswell, Deputy Provincial Secretary, regarding clothing at Melville Island having been stolen.
Date: 7 December 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 86

Diaspora201112550,201112551,201112552,201112553,201112554,201112555,201112556,201112557,201112558
Proceeding of a Court of Inquiry held, by order of Major General Gosselin, for the purpose of ascertaining whether the detachment of troops stationed at Melville Island was connected in a robbery alluded to in report from Deputy Collector of Customs to the Lieutenant Governor.
Date: 9 December 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 87

Diaspora201112559,201112560,201112561,201112562
Richard Best to Henry H. Cogswell, Deputy Provincial Secretary, regarding contracts.
Date: 9 December 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 88

Diaspora201112563,201112564
Abstract of returns of provisions issued to the Black Refugees, beginning 2 October 1815.
Date: 22 December 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 89

Diaspora201112565,201112566
Memo of provisions issued to Black Refugees at Hammonds Plains to 17 November 1815.
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 90

Diaspora201112567,201112568
Note from John Lawson to Henry H. Cogswell, Deputy Provincial Secretary, concerning supplies for Black Refugees.
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 91

Diaspora201112569,201112570,201112571
Return of Black Refugees at Hammonds Plains entitled to rations by order of Lieutenant Governor Sir J.C. Sherbrooke.
Date: 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 92

Diaspora201112572,201112573,201112574,201112575,201112576
Names of Black Refugees who are settled upon lands conveyed to them by Henry H. Cogswell at the head of the North West Arm, Halifax.
Date: 2 November 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 93

Diaspora201112577,201112578
Sundry accounts against Government for supplies for Black Refugees to December 1815 and 16 January 1816.
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 94
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