Results 251 to 260 of 1613 from your search:
251. Wm. Mathews to Gideon White, asking him to send a wuantity of cloth etc. Signed.
252. [Copy of] letter from Philip Sergeant to Paul Maylor, enclosed in Maylor to White, 5 March, which see.
[Overleaf in Maylor to White, 25 Mar.]
253. [Copy of] Payl Maylor's letter to Philip Sargeant, in reply to his, relative to his debt to Gideon White. The consequences of protesting payment of his bill on White will be unpleasant. [Enclosed in Maylor's letter to White, 25 March.]
254. [Copy of] receipt of John Miller for $150 deposited by Major Thomas Millidge for Nathaniel Whitworth.
[Enclosed in Millidge to Whitworth, 4 Sept. 1784, below.]
255. J. Macdonald to Gideon White. Personal. Holograph.
256. Letter making Charles Whitworth attorney for Nathaniel Whitworth, to receive sums and demands from John Miller of Shelburne. Signed etc.
257. Promise to pay by Colin McDonald to Gideon White. Signed and witnessed.
258. Jas. Cary to Gideon White. Encloses something he wants published in the Nova Scotia Gazette. Sends greetings to Lt.-Gov. Fanning and Col. Isaac Allen, and says ''tell Col. Allen if you Please that Governor Campbell has set our Negroes free in such a Manner that he has great Part of them to himself. I have a Record of his setting one of mine at liberty.'' Holograph.
259. Gen'l Archibald Campbell to Lord Charles Montague, on military and personal business. Congratulates him on arriving safely in Nova Scotia. Holograph.
260. 1. Paul Maylor to Gideon White, relative to military and business matters. ''…'twas but two days Past that Governor Campbell made a regular return of the officers in the first & second Battalion of the Duke of Cumberland's Regiment to our Treasury & the Cursed Disputes between our Present, & Late Ministry, now Prevents Same being laid before the house of Comons [sic], in order to ye officers being put upon the half Pay List you will Please to Send me Regularly the Proper Vouchers to Produce at the War Office...'' Holograph.
2. Overleaf; Copy of letter to Philip Sergeant to Paul Maylor, announcing that he has appointed him his agent, and directing him to protest Gideon White's bill for £40. [Also overleaf in Maylor to White, 25 Mar.]