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CO - Records of the Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices, Empire Marketing Board, and related bodies Division within CO - Correspondence with the colonies, entry books and registers of correspondence CO 28 - Colonial Office and predecessors: Barbados, Original Correspondence Subseries within CO 28 - Correspondence, Original - Secretary of State. CO 28/85 - Despatches from Sir James Leith, governor of Barbados [items 4, 6-11, and 16], and from President John Spooner, his deputy [items 1-3, 5, 13 and... This record (browse from here by
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Acknowledges receipt of instructions that he should not consent to any Act of the...
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Acknowledges receipt of instructions that he should not consent to any Act of the Legislature imposing prohibitory duties on the produce of other British colonies. States that Barbados is 'again in a perfect state of tranquility' and that Sir James Leith has returned to Guadeloupe 'for the purpose of restoring the French Islands'.
No. 4, folio 28
1816 June 20
The National Archives, Kew
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