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Letter of the Council of Trade, 1717 Aug. 30.

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Abstract

Contains a letter from members of the British Council of Trade, Whitehall, to Col. [Alexander] Spotswood, [Lieutenant Governor], regarding the following subjects: the order of the Council to recommend to the Assembly the regulation of the Indian trade to prevent the abuses committed by the traders, the reimbursement of the charge of the Indian Company in building a public magazine, the repeal of the act of 1713 for preventing frauds in tobacco payments, the appointment of judges in the Courts of Oyer & Terminer, councillors acting in two capacities, the settlement of the bounds of Carolina, the proceedings of the government of South Carolina with relation to the assistance that province by Virginia against the Indians, and the deficiency of the revenue.