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365. Printed advertisement of articles for sale in Charles Whitworth's store.
368. Licence of occupation granted to Timothy Spillard for 3 acres of land on the common.
Overleaf: receipts for sale of rights in land, 22 Apr. 1789, below Signed for board of agents by Benjamin Davis.
378. S. S. Blowers to Gideon White on Admirality Court business. ''It is impossible for me to give you such general advice respecting your duty as Deputy Registrar of the Court of Admiralty, as will serve you in all cases which may happen - I shall be at all times ready to aid you on any occasion, in which you may want it, but can now only say in general that your duty at large is to take such Examinations as you may have orders to take from the Court here - I think further that you should always take any preparatory Examinations which the Collector particularly or any Seizing Officer at your port may require you take, for which they should pay you at the time, or give you assurances of payment. Those taken by order of Court will if proper application is made be always taxed in the Costs and allowed by the Judge.'' Personal messages. Holograph.
380. Copy of decree of Richard Bulkeley, Registrar of the Vice-Admiralty Court, delivering up the schooner Harmony to the claimant and master, Samuel Osborne Doane.
384. Licence of occupation for lot no. 5, granted to James Torrane, to be forfeited and withdrawn unless improvements be made.
Overleaf: bill of sale for land, 23 Mar. 1786, below. Signed by the board of agents.
399. Order of the Judge of Vice-Admiralty to his deputy marshall in Shelburne to attach the schooner Last Shift, for the owner's debt to Tench, Taylor, Bruce & Co., and deliver it to the sheriff of Shelburne County. Signed by White, Registrar.
425. Power of attorney enabling Gideon White to act for Thos. Ramsden in all his affairs in Nova Scotia. Signed and witnessed.
480. Permit issued by John Miller, deputy secretary, for James Smither to leave the province in the "Lady Dorchester" for Philadelphia.
492. Certificate of Alexander Cocken and Robert Sommervill, port wardens of Shelburne, as to the state of certain goods imported from London through Halifax.
Overleaf: Repetition of part of above. Signed copy.
497. Statement of claims examined and losses paid to loyalists under the commissioners to inquire into losses and services of the American loyalists. Printed.