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331. Charles Whitworth to Nathan Jones. He sends this letter by Mr. Furlong, who goes to find out whether he can obtain a cargo of lumber from Jones for a ship which George Parker consigned to Whitworth. If Jones has the lumber the ship will carry some of its English cargo, by way of payment, to Frenchman's Bay; he sends an inventory so that Jones may choose, also a few of his handbills in case they may contain some things Jones wants. Holograph.
332. Nathan Jones to Charles Whitworth. Being away from home he missed loading the Nancy on her arrival from Shelburne. "If you Shou'd have any Ships that wants Cargoes of Boards, Masts, Squair Timber, or Sparrs, I wou'd be glad to supply them & on as Reasonable Terms as any body, but wou'd Wish to have Thirty or Forty days Notice so that there may not be any Detention. For payment I woud take Goods, as I am in want of Five of Six Hundred Pounds worth at this time if I cou'd come at them in my way, and I shou'd be glad to hear from you at every Oportunity that we may Renew our former Acquaintance." Holograph.
333. Peter McMahon to Charles Bready, Shelburne. I live with Mr. Healy & is very happy in his servis I am to get three hundred acres of land two years Provisions and tools Necessary for a husbandman Besides carpenters tools - in case you do not Like the place you are in You can have the same Quantity of Each by comeing hear Next spring Numbers of people came from that sitty here this Fawl - and likes the place very well... Enquiries about several friends. Holograph.
334. 1. 16 Nov: Paul Maylor to Gideon White, asking whether Capt. Carden can dispose of his land and what it might bring him. Holograph.
2. 2 Dec: Paul Maylor to same. Relative to his business with Capt. Philip Sargent, etc. Holograph.
335. Nathaniel Whitworth to his brother Charles, on arriving from England. Encloses letter from England re business and directions. "..pray be cautious in your remittance, indeed at present I see no mode except Cash, and even in that I'm fearful you will be a loser except in Guineas, and you must be particularly attentive, that they weigh five pennyweight, eight Grains, or of course they must be sold as Bullion, nothing but Guineas (in Gold) will answer, Our friends in their favor of 27th Oct. say "Oil keeps up we mean White Sperm. Cali. Potash droops on account of the late imports being vended by Public Sale, fine Pearl ash is in demand; so that God knows my dear Charles how you will be able to satisfy the Cries of your Creditors, it must be by Cash and Bills only, & that permit me to recommend as speedy as possible, as your Credit is now expired & Interest commenc'd.." Has decided not to join V. Nutter in buying Millin House. Personal messages. Holograph.
336. Indenture between Daniel Wright and Thos. Houston selling a water lot in the town for five shillings cash and one peppercorn, if it be demanded at the end of the first year of possession. Signed and witnessed.
337. Plan of water lots in Shelburne.
338. List of articles issued by the 'governor for the use of officers and servants of Duke of Cumberland's regiment at Chedabucto. Signed by Gideon White.
339. Form to be filled in for making Archibald Campbell attorney for Gideon White in receiving half pay.
340. List of loyalists, in their companies, mustered at Shelburne. Typed. Signed "W. O. Raymond. St. John, N.B. Oct. 12, 1899"