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Registres du gouvernement britannique à Annapolis Royal, 1713-1749




Commission Book, 1720-1741.203


and direct the Carying on the said work" on the north side of the river. Deputies to give attendance and to consult with him.
 


Annapolis, Oct. 29, 1734.
(signed.)
L. Armstrong.        
 

Instructions to Amhurst. [126

The same as the foregoing, except that A. is to work on the south side of the river.
 




Order to Deputies of Shickanecto.

Whereas, John Hebert, John Bapt. Terriot and Oliver D' Aigre have represented that Noel Pinet, Granjan Commaux and others have taken possession of their land, the Deputies are ordered to examine unto the case and report to the Gov. that Justice may be done.
 




Annapolis, Oct. 29, 1734
(signed.)
L. Armstrong.        
 


French translation of the foregoing follows [127]
 

0rder to John Dyson, Store-keeper. [128

As a hospital is an absolute necessity for such of the troops as fall ill, and as the building set apart by the French and still reserved for that purpose, is entirely out of repair, Dyson is ordered to rebuild and repair and make the house fit for the purpose.
 





Annapolis, Oct, 24th, 1734.
(signed.)
L. Armstrong.        
 


Follows the French translation of the order to repair the roads, omitted from fol. 124.
 

Order for Arrest. [129

John Hamilton, Naval officer for the province, in the performance of his duty at Minas, was "most audaciously & insolently Insulted & Affronted by one Petit Jacque Ie Blanc"