Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series: America and West Indies, January, 1719 to February, 1720; Preserved in the Public Record Office (Cl by Cecil HeadlamCalendar of State Papers, Colonial Series: America and West Indies, January, 1719 to February, 1720; Preserved in the Public Record Office (Cl by Cecil Headlam

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Excerpt from Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series: America and West Indies, January, 1719 to February, 1720; Preserved in the Public Record Office

Gulph of the same name.' On this point the wording of the Treaty as it was signed in Latin was to be the guide. As the time allowed by the Treaty for the French inhabitants to exercise the Option of removing their persons and effects from Nova Scotia had long since elapsed, they had now become British subjects. But since not only French missionaries but also the Governors of Quebec and Cape Breton had instigated them to refuse to take the oath of allegiance to the British Crown, and the Indians to set up a claim to the whole country, an order must be sought from the French Court, prohibiting such interference for the future. Restitution must be made of all ships and goods captured in time of peace, according to Articles XI and XVI, and fishing by the French upon any part of Newfoundland not permitted them by Article XIII must be forbidden by strict orders from the French Court. Lastly the Governor of Canada and Cape Breton must be required not to molest the Five Nations of Indians and to recall the missionaries who had settled among them. The Com missaries were particularly warned not to make any agreement which might prejudice British claims on the back and west ward of the British Plantations on the Continent of America, but to enter a caveat against French encroachments in that direction. The Commissaries were to act in concert with the Ambassador, Lord Stair (443.

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Title:Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series: America and West Indies, January, 1719 to February, 1720…Format:PaperbackDimensions:486 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.98 inPublished:January 27, 2019Publisher:1KG LimitedLanguage:English

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