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  • Grenada Plantations

    COOPER, FAMILY. Cooper Honywood and Dawkins Families. Grenada Plantations

    Held by: London Metropolitan Archives: City of London
    Date:
    1773 – 1867
    Reference: None stated

     

  • GRENADA

    Somerset Deeds, etc, transferred by Wells Museum. Deeds of Palmiste Plantation in St.John.

    Held by: Somerset Heritage Centre (South West Heritage Trust)
    Date:
    1771 – 1772
    Reference: DD\WM/36

     

  • Papers relating to plantations

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Papers relating to plantations.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1843 – 1853
    Reference: CUST 34/403
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Papers relating to plantations

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Papers relating to plantations.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1818 – 1836
    Reference: CUST 34/394
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Papers relating to plantations

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Papers relating to plantations.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1808 – 1815
    Reference: CUST 34/391
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Papers relating to plantations

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Papers relating to plantations.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1818 – 1820
    Reference: CUST 34/393
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Papers relating to plantations

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Papers relating to plantations.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1833 – 1838
    Reference: CUST 34/399
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Papers relating to plantations

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Papers relating to plantations.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1832 – 1840
    Reference: CUST 34/398
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Papers relating to plantations

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Papers relating to plantations.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1815 – 1817
    Reference: CUST 34/392
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Papers relating to plantations

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Papers relating to plantations.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1827 – 1832
    Reference: CUST 34/396
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Papers relating to plantations

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Papers relating to plantations.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1839 – 1842
    Reference: CUST 34/401
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Papers relating to plantations

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Papers relating to plantations.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1821 – 1826
    Reference: CUST 34/395
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Ports: ANTIGUA – GRENADA

    Registry of Shipping and Seamen: Transcripts and Transactions, Series I. PLANTATION. Ports: ANTIGUA – GRENADA.

    Held by: The National Archives – Board of Trade and successors
    Date:
    1826
    Reference: BT 107/490
    Subjects: Caribbean | Merchant seaman

     

  • Ports: GRENADA – NEW BRUNSWICK

    Registry of Shipping and Seamen: Transcripts and Transactions, Series I. PLANTATION. Ports: GRENADA – NEW BRUNSWICK.

    Held by: The National Archives – Board of Trade and successors
    Date:
    1842
    Reference: BT 107/536
    Subjects: Caribbean | Merchant seaman

     

  • Miscellaneous accounts current for Grenada Estates.

    COOPER, FAMILY. Cooper Honywood and Dawkins Families. Grenada Plantations. Miscellaneous accounts current for Grenada Estates.

    Held by: London Metropolitan Archives: City of London
    Date:
    1838 – 1867
    Reference: Acc/0775/954/001-012

     

  • Letters and Accounts of Grand Bras, St. Cloud and Chantilly Plantations on the Island of Grenada, West Indies.

    COOPER, FAMILY. Cooper Honywood and Dawkins Families. Grenada Plantations. Letters and Accounts of Grand Bras, St. Cloud and Chantilly Plantations on the Island of Grenada, West Indies.

    Held by: London Metropolitan Archives: City of London
    Date:
    1773 – 1813
    Reference: Acc/0775/953/001-022

     

  • Customs establishment and repeal of imperial duties

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Customs establishment and repeal of imperial duties.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1845 – 1853
    Reference: CUST 34/405
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Seizures

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Seizures.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1839 – 1840
    Reference: CUST 34/400
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Seizures

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Seizures.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1840 – 1843
    Reference: CUST 34/402
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Seizures

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Seizures.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1844 – 1848
    Reference: CUST 34/404
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Seizures

    Board of Customs: Papers Relating to Plantations. BUNDLES. GRENADA. Seizures.

    Held by: The National Archives – Boards of Customs, Excise, and Customs and Excise, and HM Revenue and Customs
    Date:
    1829 – 1838
    Reference: CUST 34/397
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Note of Loan on Plantation called Colombies

    British Records Association. Property Records: Box A. Parish of Saint George’s, Hanover Square. DOCUMENTS RELATING TO MESSRS. WILLIS, WOOD AND ASSOCIATES, PARTNERS ETC. (INCLUDING THE… S.B. Graff to Mary and Louise Duparquot and David Renaud. Grenada.

    Held by: London Metropolitan Archives: City of London
    Date:
    Dates unknown
    Reference: None stated

     

  • Annual accounts for 1823 and 1824 relating to a sugar plantation in Grenada

    ROUSE BOUGHTON OF DOWNTON HALL FAMILY AND ESTATE COLLECTION. WILLS, SETTLEMENTS AND TRUSTS. TRUSTS AND SETTLED ESTATES. St John Trust. Includes a survey of the state of the means of production including the slave gangs and their breeding patterns.

    Held by: Shropshire Archives
    Date:
    20 September 1825
    Reference: 6683/2/100

     

  • Assignment of term in a sugar plantation in in Grenada, Benedict Teyfon to Sir George…

    RECORDS OF THE MOCCAS ESTATE. Assignment of term in a sugar plantation in in Grenada, Benedict Teyfon to Sir George Cornewall

    Held by: Herefordshire Archive and Records Centre
    Date:
    1772
    Reference: BA89/9/13

     

  • Cause: Hurd v Law Accounts of Pearls Estate plantation in Grenada, W. INDIES, in relation …

    Supreme Court of Judicature and former Superior Courts: Central Office and predecessors: Documents Exhibited or Deposited in Court. Cause: Hurd v Law Accounts of Pearls Estate plantation in Grenada, W. INDIES, in relation to the estate of James Law, deceased. Deposited by defendant.

    Held by: The National Archives – Supreme Court of Judicature
    Date:
    1815 – 1822
    Reference: J 90/304
    Subjects: Caribbean

     

  • Bermuda, Booty, Committee of Trade and Plantations – Establishment, Embargo, Grenada, Licence to Trade, Naval …

    Privy Council and Privy Council Office: Miscellaneous Unbound Papers. MISCELLANEA. Bermuda, Booty, Committee of Trade and Plantations – Establishment, Embargo, Grenada, Licence to Trade, Naval Estimates, Naval Officers – Reinstatement, Ordnance Pay, Pensions, Quarantine, St Vincent

    Held by: The National Archives – Privy Council
    Date:
    August 1812
    Reference: PC 1/3980
    Subjects: Americas | Caribbean | Navy | Pay and pensions | Trade and commerce

     

  • Bahamas, Bermuda, Blockade, Booty, Canada, Committee of Trade and Plantations – Appointment to, Dominica, Grenada, …

    Privy Council and Privy Council Office: Miscellaneous Unbound Papers. MISCELLANEA. Bahamas, Bermuda, Blockade, Booty, Canada, Committee of Trade and Plantations – Appointment to, Dominica, Grenada, Restitution of Seized Property, St Vincent, Salvage.

    Held by: The National Archives – Privy Council
    Date:
    April 1807
    Reference: PC 1/3768
    Subjects: Americas | Caribbean | Trade and commerce

     

  • WEST INDIES, DOMINICA, GRENADA AND ST. VINCENT: Commissioners for Sale of Lands, account of plantation

    Treasury: Treasury Board Papers and In-Letters. Records within the reference range T 1/437-480. Treasury: papers. Described at item level. WEST INDIES, DOMINICA, GRENADA AND ST. VINCENT: Commissioners for Sale of Lands, account of plantation lands granted on lease to the French inhabitants of Dominica according to agreements made 4 Mar

    Held by: The National Archives – HM Treasury
    Date:
    15 August 1768
    Reference: T 1/467/24-27
    Subjects: Caribbean | Government finances

     

  • HURD v LAW: Accounts of plantations and sale of produce in London: Grenada, West Indies

    Chancery: Master Horne’s Exhibits. Description available at other catalogue level. HURD v LAW: Accounts of plantations and sale of produce in London: Grenada, West Indies.

    Held by: The National Archives – Chancery, the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions
    Date:
    1797 – 1822
    Reference: C 110/104
    Subjects: Caribbean | Personal and family papers

     

  • HURD v LAW: Accounts of plantations and sale of produce in London: Grenada, West Indies

    Chancery: Master Horne’s Exhibits. Description available at other catalogue level. HURD v LAW: Accounts of plantations and sale of produce in London: Grenada, West Indies.

    Held by: The National Archives – Chancery, the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions
    Date:
    1797 – 1822
    Reference: C 110/108
    Subjects: Caribbean | Personal and family papers

     

  • HURD v LAW: Accounts of plantations and sale of produce in London: Grenada, West Indies

    Chancery: Master Horne’s Exhibits. Description available at other catalogue level. HURD v LAW: Accounts of plantations and sale of produce in London: Grenada, West Indies.

    Held by: The National Archives – Chancery, the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions
    Date:
    1797 – 1822
    Reference: C 110/105
    Subjects: Caribbean | Personal and family papers

     

  • WEST INDIES, DOMINICA, GRENADA AND ST. VINCENT: Account of plantation lots in Dominica and St. …

    Treasury: Treasury Board Papers and In-Letters. Records within the reference range T 1/437-480. Treasury: papers. Described at item level. WEST INDIES, DOMINICA, GRENADA AND ST. VINCENT: Account of plantation lots in Dominica and St. Vincent sold subject to a survey to be made in 1765 with difference between estimated and surveyed

    Held by: The National Archives – HM Treasury
    Date:
    11 August 1766
    Reference: T 1/449/205-206
    Subjects: Caribbean | Government finances

     

  • HURD v LAW: Accounts of plantations and sale of produce in London: Grenada, West Indies

    Chancery: Master Horne’s Exhibits. Description available at other catalogue level. HURD v LAW: Accounts of plantations and sale of produce in London: Grenada, West Indies.

    Held by: The National Archives – Chancery, the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions
    Date:
    1797 – 1822
    Reference: C 110/103
    Subjects: Caribbean | Personal and family papers

     

  • HURD v LAW: Accounts of plantations and sale of produce in London: Grenada, West Indies

    Chancery: Master Horne’s Exhibits. Description available at other catalogue level. HURD v LAW: Accounts of plantations and sale of produce in London: Grenada, West Indies.

    Held by: The National Archives – Chancery, the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions
    Date:
    1797 – 1822
    Reference: C 110/106
    Subjects: Caribbean | Personal and family papers

     

  • HURD v LAW: Accounts of plantations and sale of produce in London: Grenada, West Indies

    Chancery: Master Horne’s Exhibits. Description available at other catalogue level. HURD v LAW: Accounts of plantations and sale of produce in London: Grenada, West Indies.

    Held by: The National Archives – Chancery, the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions
    Date:
    1797 – 1822
    Reference: C 110/107
    Subjects: Caribbean | Personal and family papers

     

  • Will of James Simpson Rae, Plantation Owner of Island of Grenada , West Indies

    Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Beard Quire Numbers: 301 – 350. Will of James Simpson Rae, Plantation Owner of Island of Grenada , West Indies.

    Held by: The National Archives – Prerogative Court of Canterbury
    Date:
    13 May 1830
    Reference: PROB 11/1771/339
    Subjects: Caribbean | Wills and probate

     

  • Draft; reports Lords of the Committee of Privy Council for Trade and Foreign Plantations want…

    Colonial Office and predecessors: Grenada, Original Correspondence. Secretary of State. Despatches. Draft; reports Lords of the Committee of Privy Council for Trade and Foreign Plantations want to obtain most accurate information on trade carried on by…

    Held by: The National Archives – Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices
    Date:
    05 March 1806
    Reference: CO 101/43/11
    Subjects: Americas | Caribbean | International | Trade and commerce

     

  • Refers to case of a small coffee plantation which had been escheated to the King, …

    Colonial Office and predecessors: Grenada, Original Correspondence. Secretary of State. Secretary of State. Refers to case of a small coffee plantation which had been escheated to the King, refers to petitions about plantation from two brothers called Le Barre, and from their guardian M Chasteau, which

    Held by: The National Archives – Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices
    Date:
    01 November 1806
    Reference: CO 101/44/30
    Subjects: Caribbean | Food and drink | International

     

  • Case of Rorey, an enslaved African at the Observatory Plantation charged with murder of Peter, …

    Colonial Office and predecessors: Grenada, Original Correspondence. Secretary of State. Despatches. Case of Rorey, an enslaved African at the Observatory Plantation charged with murder of Peter, an enslaved African at Belmont Plantation; Transmits letter from Mr. Ninian Home, a member of Council

    Held by: The National Archives – Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices
    Date:
    24 July 1784
    Reference: CO 101/25/34
    Subjects: Caribbean | Crime | International | Race relations

     

  • Reference to Mr Palmer (sugar plantation owner) and overseer killed by enslaved person. Charles Green, …

    Colonial Office and predecessors: Grenada, Original Correspondence. Secretary of State. Despatches. Details are given at item level. Reference to Mr Palmer (sugar plantation owner) and overseer killed by enslaved person. Charles Green, Governor of Grenada, folios 25-26.

    Held by: The National Archives – Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices
    Date:
    18 January 1799
    Reference: CO 101/36/7
    Subjects: Caribbean | Food and drink | International

     

  • Reports ‘no ill consequences’ following murder, by an enslaved person, of Mr Palmer, plantation owner, …

    Colonial Office and predecessors: Grenada, Original Correspondence. Secretary of State. Despatches. Details are given at item level. Reports ‘no ill consequences’ following murder, by an enslaved person, of Mr Palmer, plantation owner, and overseer. Encloses extract from The St George’s Chronicle and Grenada Gazette , supplement

    Held by: The National Archives – Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices
    Date:
    04 February 1799
    Reference: CO 101/36/16
    Subjects: Caribbean | Crime | International

     

  • Letter book, containing abstract of agreement and bond relating to Bacolet Plantation in Tobago and St. George’s estate, Grenada. Location: Grenada and Tobago.

    Papers of the Monckton-Arundell Family, Viscounts Galway of Serlby Hall, Nottinghamshire, early 13th Century… Papers of the Monckton-Arundell Family, Viscounts Galway of Serlby Hall, Nottinghamshire,… Letter book, containing abstract of agreement and bond relating to Bacolet Plantation in Tobago and St. George’s estate, Grenada. Location: Grenada and Tobago.

    Held by: Nottingham University Library, Department of Manuscripts and Special Collections
    Date:
    1789 – 1809
    Reference: Ga 12,786

     

  • Will of William Henry Whiteman, Gentleman, Sole Proprietor of a Sugar Plantation of Island of …

    Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Volume number: 4 Quire numbers: 151-200. Will of William Henry Whiteman, Gentleman, Sole Proprietor of a Sugar Plantation of Island of Grenada in the West Indies.

    Held by: The National Archives – Prerogative Court of Canterbury
    Date:
    07 February 1852
    Reference: PROB 11/2148/37
    Subjects: Caribbean | Wills and probate

     

  • Draft bond of arbitration. Andrew Irwin of Grenada, America, esq., to James Bogle French of Woodstreet, London, concerning a contract to purchase plantations on Grenada

    SLATTER, SON AND MORE. Bonds and arbitrations. Draft bond of arbitration. Andrew Irwin of Grenada, America, esq., to James Bogle French of Woodstreet, London, concerning a contract to purchase plantations on Grenada

    Held by: Warwickshire County Record Office
    Date:
    1769
    Reference: CR1596/Box 87/47

     

  • Family Letters, Addenda, Vol. 4

    ROUSE BOUGHTON OF DOWNTON HALL FAMILY AND ESTATE COLLECTION. FAMILY PAPERS. FAMILY LETTERS IN VOLUMES. FAMILY LETTERS, BLUE SERIES. General correspondence; labour accounts; account of the Grenada plantation.

    Held by: Shropshire Archives
    Date:
    11 February 1812 – 08 December 1841
    Reference: 6683/4/343

     

  • Wells, John (fl 1832-1841) Grenada Plantation Manager, letters (151 incl some duplicates) to Thomas & William King, merchants of London

    letters (151 incl some duplicates) to Thomas & William King, merchants of London

    Held by: Wilberforce House and Georgian Houses
    Date:
    1832 – 1841
    Reference: Atkins Slavery Collection Collection/Groups 3-4

     

  • CAMPBELL v RUCKER: Letters etc relating to plantations and other property of the Hon James…

    Chancery: Master Senior’s Exhibits. Description available at other catalogue level. CAMPBELL v RUCKER: Letters etc relating to plantations and other property of the Hon James Campbell in Tobago, Grenada etc, West Indies.

    Held by: The National Archives – Chancery, the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions
    Date:
    1791 – 1809
    Reference: C 107/147
    Subjects: Caribbean | Personal and family papers

     

  • Agreement to sell an estate and slaves in Columbia Plantation, West Indies (by River Essequibo)…

    Anson Papers. Agreement to sell an estate and slaves in Columbia Plantation, West Indies (by River Essequibo) [in Grenada?]

    Held by: Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service: Staffordshire County Record Office
    Date:
    Dates unknown
    Reference: D3394/1

     

  • WEST INDIES: Miscellaneous Correspondence: George Gillio, Deputy Auditor General of the Plantations to Treasury. Accounts…

    Treasury: Treasury Board Papers and In-Letters. Records within the reference range T 1/519-527. Treasury: papers. Described at item level. WEST INDIES: Miscellaneous Correspondence: George Gillio, Deputy Auditor General of the Plantations to Treasury. Accounts of quit rents in the Ceded Islands (Saint Vincent, Dominica, Grenada and

    Held by: The National Archives – HM Treasury
    Date:
    02 October 1776
    Reference: T 1/525/87
    Subjects: Caribbean | Government finances

     

  • WEST INDIES DOMINICA, GRENADA AND ST. VINCENT: Petition of John Blackall and Nicholas Comyn, lessees …

    Treasury: Treasury Board Papers and In-Letters. Records within the reference range T 1/437-480. Treasury: papers. Described at item level. WEST INDIES DOMINICA, GRENADA AND ST. VINCENT: Petition of John Blackall and Nicholas Comyn, lessees of plantation in St. John’s, Dominica, for permission to sell the land.

    Held by: The National Archives – HM Treasury
    Date:
    19 October 1769
    Reference: T 1/473/150-151
    Subjects: Caribbean | Government finances

     

  • Thomas & William King, merchants and slave traders, corresp rel to slave cargoes bound for West Indies and to plantations on Grenada, Barbados and Trinidad

    corresp rel to slave cargoes bound for West Indies and to plantations on Grenada, Barbados and Trinidad

    Held by: Wilberforce House and Georgian Houses
    Date:
    1826 – 1838
    Reference: Atkins slavery Collection

     

  • Sugar duties: encloses a memorial [not in item] against admission of foreign sugars to Britain…

    Colonial Office and predecessors: Grenada, Original Correspondence. Secretary of State. Despatches from the lieutenant governor and president of Grenada, mostly forwarded by the governor… Sugar duties: encloses a memorial [not in item] against admission of foreign sugars to Britain on an equal duty with British plantation sugar. President Davies, forwarded by Sir Evan John Murray

    Held by: The National Archives – Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices
    Date:
    26 March 1840
    Reference: CO 101/90/11
    Subjects: Caribbean | International

     

  • Forms of ships articles and papers in use in Grenada, forwards forms of Registry and …

    Colonial Office and predecessors: Grenada, Original Correspondence. Secretary of State. Despatches: Offices and Individuals. Despatches are described at item level; correspondence from Offices and… Forms of ships articles and papers in use in Grenada, forwards forms of Registry and Plantation Certificates [not in item]; reply to Colonial Office Circular Despatch. Robert Miller Mundy, Lieutenant

    Held by: The National Archives – Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices
    Date:
    11 November 1867
    Reference: CO 101/127/16
    Subjects: Caribbean | International

     

  • deed of 1765) to Thomas Smith of Hadley (Middlx.), of Providence Plantation (103 quarries or 329 acres), in St. David’s parish of Grenada lying between the rivers called Petit Marquis and Grand Marquis

    Daly (Southwick and Norman Court Estates). NORMAN COURT ESTATE. MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS – TOPOGRAPHICAL. WEST INDIES. Grenada. Endorsed 18 December 1771. Reconveyance from Smith to Winniett.

    Held by: Hampshire Archives and Local Studies
    Date:
    05 January 1769
    Reference: 5M50/2702

     

  • Refers to convicted ‘insurgents’ [Fedon revolution]; Black Corps; reports an event has occurred producing a…

    Colonial Office and predecessors: Grenada, Original Correspondence. Secretary of State. Secretary of State. Harvey on subject; reports of a ship firing at a plantation called Palmiste near Charlotte Town [Gouyave]. Charles Green, Grenada, Folios 134 – 139.

    Held by: The National Archives – Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices
    Date:
    11 November 1797
    Reference: CO 101/35/34
    Subjects: Caribbean | International | Navy

     

  • Offices and Individuals. Letters from various government offices (departments) and individuals most of which relate…

    Colonial Office and predecessors: Grenada, Original Correspondence. Secretary of State. , levying certain taxes; intention to take Law Officers opinion on Grenada Tax Act; approval of £50 to Assistant Commissioner of Compensation; payment of extra expenses by Special Justice Sinclair

    Held by: The National Archives – Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices
    Date:
    1838
    Reference: CO 101/87
    Subjects: Americas | Caribbean | International | Labour | Operations, battles and campaigns | Pay and pensions | Slavery | Taxation | Weapons

     

  • Draft; has much satisfaction on observing readiness Green has shown in regard to the House…

    Colonial Office and predecessors: Grenada, Original Correspondence. Secretary of State. Secretary of State. Draft; has much satisfaction on observing readiness Green has shown in regard to the House of Commons resolution on enslaved persons in the plantations of…

    Held by: The National Archives – Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices
    Date:
    October 1797
    Reference: CO 101/35/26
    Subjects: Caribbean | International

     

  • WEST INDIES, DOMINICA, GRENADA AND ST VINCENT: Edward Stanley, advising that Customs have no papers …

    Treasury: Treasury Board Papers and In-Letters. Records within the reference range T 1/437-480. Treasury: papers. Described at item level. WEST INDIES, DOMINICA, GRENADA AND ST VINCENT: Edward Stanley, advising that Customs have no papers defending the Crown’s right to the 4½% duty other than the letters patent. Copies annexed of – 1) 1

    Held by: The National Archives – HM Treasury
    Date:
    12 December 1767
    Reference: T 1/459/183-194
    Subjects: Caribbean | Government finances

     

  • Acknowledges receipt of letters, including a circular, accompanied by a resolution of the House of…

    Colonial Office and predecessors: Grenada, Original Correspondence. Secretary of State. Secretary of State. the ‘better protection of the Slaves’. Charles Green, Grenada, Folios 82 – 83.

    Held by: The National Archives – Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices
    Date:
    13 July 1797
    Reference: CO 101/35/22
    Subjects: Caribbean | International | Slavery

     

  • Acknowledges receipt of circular reporting the mutiny which went on for a short time on…

    Colonial Office and predecessors: Grenada, Original Correspondence. Secretary of State. Secretary of State. ; reports a bill is under consideration by the House of Assembly with a view of attaining objectives in the resolution of the House of Commons. Charles Green, Grenada, Folios 94 – 101.

    Held by: The National Archives – Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices
    Date:
    10 August 1797
    Reference: CO 101/35/25
    Subjects: Caribbean | International

     

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