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1784  3 Jun
London

    281. George Parker, shipowner, to Messrs. Whitworth, Parker and Thompson, consignees, instructing them to discharge the master, mate and any or all of the sailors of the Nancy, in the event of disobedience to the shipowner's orders, death or accident making such action necessary.  Holograph.

White Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 948 No. 281

1784  7 Jun
Halifax

    282. Incomplete letter to Messrs. G. & G. Debloise from Charles Whitworth, appointing them to receive money due from Thos. & Alex. Copeland and keep it until further orders.  Unsigned.

White Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 948 No. 282

1784  8 Jun
Lymington
England

    283. Wm. Parker to Charles Whitworth Has met his brother Nathaniel, who is enjoying ''the pleasures of Old-England…'Twas from him I learned of your laying the foundations of a New Empire I suppose you will make it at Port-Roseway a place chosenby the Lords elect. I thot you had made sufficient to be satisfied & to have retired from the folly & bustle of the World - but no! must still drive on the Career of fortune...This will be delivered you by the eldest Son of my Brother who resides in London & who has become known to you by means of Messrs. Lane who do our Business there.'' Recommends him to White's particular care. Personal messages. 

White Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 948 No. 283

1784  8 Jun
Chedabucto

    284. R. F. Brownrigg to Gideon White, relative to the progress of the settlement. ''First, I found a misunderstanding between the Surveyor, and Messrs. McDonald & McPherson - before I saw the Surveyor - they told me he knew nothing of Surveying; and many other illiberal sentiments they expressed; at the tail of which they recommended a Mr. Chapman to me - I thought partiality depicted there; so determined to judge for myself - I found, the first comers had occupied the best of the town lots - the provisions, and chief of the stores, proportioned out to the Men, and was told, that some of them, had, not only, sold their Rations, but also, their tools, to the inhabitants - no store house built, but very great improvements for the time / made; some building block houses, and others planting potatoes upon their lots - I found Mr. McPherson, a very great Man, having married two couple / which by the bye, I believe he ought not, without a licence from the Governor; and I think you ought to apply to him on the subject / he stiles himself our Surgeon; refuses to act under the last Commission for the Peace; says, he will be Chairman, as senior Justice / I blush while I write such ridiculous stuff, however, it will better give You an idea of the Man / says, if the Governor supersedes him as a Justice, he will give up the Commission, and not act at all - which makes me wish the Governor to strike his Name out, by way of punishment for his haughtiness.'' Further account of McPherson and his endeavour to name the town. ''When I arrived Mr. Nutting was up the River, laying out our Country Grants - on Sunday, he, and I had some discourse, from which I found that our Gentlemen had, in an arbitrary / not to say worse / manner, begun to draw for their town lots in Mr. Nutting's absence - I have reason to think likewise that they have obstructed, rather than facilitated his movements from the experience I have had of the backwardness there is in giving me the informations I require. I have found Mr. Nutting so far as we have gone, very intelligent, and ingenuous...'' Personal messages from Cunningham and himself. Holograph.

White Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 948 No. 284

1784  11 Jun
London

    285. Paul Maylor to Gideon White. Thanks him on behalf of the Duke of Manchester and himself for his of the 11th past. Bad conduct of Capt. Ralph Cunningham relative to Maylor's and Lord Charles Montague's effects. The Duke of Manchester has written to Gov. Parr "not to spare Mr. Cunningham, but to bring him to do the Just Part". Repeats directions relative to his half-pay. Holograph.

White Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 948 No. 285

1784  18 Jun
Halifax

    286. Messrs. Alexr. & Thos. Copeland to Charles Whitworth. They transmit exchange for £40. currency to be held to their credit. Enclose account current with McKie and Kerlie who have dissolved partnership, and ask Whitworth to settle it. [Very bad spelling.] Signed.

White Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 948 No. 286

1784  19 Jun
Halifax

    287. John Prince to Gideon White, in receipt of letter. He relates his dealings with Stanhope over some horses and thanks White and his other friends for their aid. Holograph.

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1784  20 Jun
Chedabucto

    288. 1. Return of the disbanded officers and privates, with their wives, children and servants, of the Duke of Cumberland's regiment settled at Chedabucto, with the number of acres of land allotted each. Signed.
2. List of loyal refugees on board the Argo, going from East Florida to Chedabucto. Copy.  

White Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 948 No. 288

1784  21 Jun
Maugerville
New Brunswick

    289. John Cunningham to Gideon White, in receipt of letter. Reports on various friends who are settled in Cunningham's neighbourhood. Holograph.

White Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 948 No. 289

1784  24 Jun
Lymington
England

    290. James Ballmer to Gideon White. He will sail for Nova Scotia as soon as the vote for half pay shall be settled. He sends this by a ship sent by Mr. Whitworth to load salt. "..if the Lands should be divided before I come pray do the needfull for me.." Holograph.

White Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 948 No. 290

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