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Letter from the Board of Trade of Great Britain to William Legge, Earl of Dartmouth
Great Britain. Board of Trade
September 26, 1711
Volume 01, Page 805

[B. P. R. O. B. T. Virginia. Vol. 41. P. 331.]
LORDS OF TRADE TO THE EARL OF DARTMOUTH.

September 26th 1711.

My Lord,

According to your Lordships desire we enclose to your Lordship the extract of a Letter (we received yesterday) from Colonel Spotswood Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, dated the 25th of July last, relating to an Insurrection in North Carolina, as also copys of the letters and addresses mentioned by Col1 Spotswood, we have received no affidavits or other Proofs against any of the Persons concerned nor is there any mention in his Letter to us of any Persons being sent over hither

We are
My Lord
Your Lordships
most humble &
obedient servants
PH: MEADOWS.
CHARLES TURNER.
ART: MOORE.

Whitehall.
Sept 26th 1711.


Additional Notes for Electronic Version: This letter enclosed a letter from Alexander Spotswood - See Related Documents.