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Concerning Virginia--probably the question of the Arlington and Culpeper grant. (_Journal._)

_July 19._

Regarding the whale fishery. (_Journal_; _Cal._, -- 875.)

_July 26._

Pet.i.tion of Sir Ernestus Biron, escheator in Barbadoes, read.



(_Journal_; _Cal._, 1661-1668, -- 1622.)

_July 29._

Report on the pet.i.tion. (_Journal._)

_September 1._

"Our Council of Plantations met at Lord Shaftesbury's (Chancellor of the Exchequer) to read and reform the draught of our new Patent, joining the Council of Trade to our political capacities." (Evelyn's _Diary_, II, p. 83.)

_September 20._

Particulars of monies disbursed for the Council. (_Journal._)

_October 1 (about)._

Letters written by Sir Thomas Lynch on June 20 and July 5 read to the Council. (_Cal._, -- 943.)

COUNCIL FOR TRADE AND FOREIGN PLANTATIONS, 1672-1674.

_October 13._

Commission opened and read and oath administered. (_Journal._)

Letters from Gov. Stapleton and his answer to inquiries read. (_Cal._, ---- 842, 896.)

"Went to my Lord Keeper, (Sir Orlando Bridgeman) at Ess.e.x House, where our new patent was opened and read, const.i.tuting us that were of the Council of Plantations, to be now of the Council of Trade also, both united. After the patent was read, we all took our oaths, and departed."

(Evelyn's _Diary_, II, p. 85.)

_October 24._

Oaths administered. (_Journal._)

"Met in Council, the Earl of Shaftesbury, now our President, swearing our Secretary and his clerks, which was Mr. Locke, an excellent learned gentleman, and student of Christ Church, Mr. Lloyd, and Mr. Frowde [son of Philip Frowde, clerk of the former Council of 1660]. We dispatched a letter to Sir Thomas Linch Governor of Jamaica, giving him notice of a design of the Dutch on that island." (Evelyn's _Diary_, II, p. 86.)

_October 27._

Jamaica laws received and probably considered. (_Cal._, -- 829.)

_October 29._

Meeting held at 9. a. m. No statement as to business. (_Cal._, _Dom._, 1672-1673.)

_November 3._

Logwood case; depositions and letters presented. (_Cal._, -- 954.)

_November 8._

New England case considered. (_Journal._)

Letter from Sir Thomas Lynch read. (_Cal._, -- 855.)

Rodney pet.i.tion received from the Privy Council and read.

(_Cal._, -- 958.)

The pet.i.tion from the consul of Venice, asking that consulage be levied on goods not on s.h.i.+ps. (_Journal_; _Cal._, _Dom._, 1673, pp. 100, 303.)

"At Council we debated the business of the consulate of Leghorn (?). I was of the Committee with Sir Humphrey Winch, the Chairman, to examine the laws of his Majesty's several plantations and colonies in the West Indies, etc." (Evelyn's _Diary_, II, p. 86.)

_November 13._

Letter from Dep. Gov. Coddrington of Barbadoes read. (_Cal._, ---- 872, 901, 902.)

_November 15._

Pet.i.tion of the consul at Venice considered further. (_Journal._)

"Many merchants were summoned about the consulate of Venice; which caused great disputes; the most considerable thought it useless."

(Evelyn's _Diary_, II, p. 86.)

_November 20._

Pet.i.tion of Rabba Couty, whose s.h.i.+p was seized at Port Royal, Jamaica, on the ground that he was a foreigner. (_Cal._, -- 968; _Cal._, _Dom._, 1672-1673, p. 295.)

_November 29._

Order of Council appointing a committee to confer with Sir Charles Wheeler. (_Cal._, -- 974.)

_December 7._

Report of the conferences. (_Cal._, -- 977.)

_December 10._

Report of the conferences. (_Cal._, -- 977.)

_December 20._

Report on the case of Rabba Couty, recommending the return of the vessel. (_Cal._, -- 968, IV; _Cal._, _Dom._, 1672-1673, p. 295.)

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