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Minutes of the Board of Trade of Great Britain
Great Britain. Board of Trade
September 26, 1711
Volume 01, Pages 805-806

[B. P. R. O. B. T. J. 22. P. 437.]

Whitehall. September 26th 1711.

A letter from the Earl of Dartmouth of the 25th inst. relating to five persons being brought prisoners from Virginia by Capt. Teate Commander

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of Her Maj. ship the Reserve for having raised a rebellion in North Carolina &c & desiring this Board to communicate to his Lordship what accounts they may have received of that matter particularly in relation to the evidence produced against the said persons was read And the Secretary laid before their Lordships a letter from Col. Spotswood Lieut. Gov. of Virginia dated 25th July last paragraph 2 of which letter giving an account of the said Rebellion was also read as likewise the papers referred to therein relating to the same Whereupon a letter to the Earl of Dartmouth inclosing an extract of Col. Spotswood's letter and copies of the said papers was signed.