CO 194/56 [Reel B-685]

Page

Date

From whom(where)

To whom(where)

Contents or nature of the document

3-3v

30 Jan. 1815

R. Keats
(London)

Henry Goulburn

Concerning the leasing or public usage of the house formerly owned by Mr. Stewart.

5-6

2 Feb. 1815

R. Keats
(London)

Henry Goulburn

Concerning a replacement for the Army Brig. Endeavor which was captured by Privateers.

7-7v

4 Mar. 1815

R. Keats
(Bideford)

Earl Bathurst

Confirming the reception of several letters including one indicating a peace with the United States at Ghent on the 24th of December, 1814.

9-9v

8 Mar. 1815

R. Keats
(Bideford)

Earl Bathurst

Concerning measures taken to aid against recent problems on the island of Newfoundland.

11-13

7 Feb. 1814

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

?

Letter on the subject of an anonymous Petition nailed to the Court House gates. Offers a reward to any one who may given information on the author of the petition.

14

3 Feb. 1815

L. Chancey, In the Court of Sessions
(St. Johnís)

-

Court order calling for the destruction of all dogs at large who may suffer from hydrophobia.

16-16v

?

Distressed of St. Johnís

Caesar Colclough

Copy of the anonymous petition of the Distressed of St. Johnís in General protesting against the order for the killing of peopleís dogs.

18

12 May, 1815

R. Keats
(London)

Henry Goulburn

Enclosed copy of the estimate for the civil establishment of Newfoundland for the year ending 31st Dec. 1815.

20-20v

12 May, 1815

R. Keats

(London)

Earl Bathurst

Confirming the reception a letter related to the discovery of a libellous pamphlet found onboard the ship Margaret and another reporting on the shipping of bedding and furniture articles for the troops.

22-23

23 May, 1815

R. Keats
(London)

Earl Bathurst

Concerning the high wages of fishermen and the riotous acts of Irishmen causing disorder throughout the island.

24

25 May, 1815

R. Keats
(London)

Henry Goulburn

Confirming the reception of a letter from Mr. Colclough and transferring an extract of a letter referring to the Catholic Priest Power, who is receiving support from the Party of Irish in opposition to Doctor Lambert.

26-26v

18 Dec. 1813

R. Keats

Earl Bathurst

Extract of a letter from Governor Keats concerning the arrival and conduct of Rev. John Power who suspiciously travelled from Ireland to Newfoundland.

28

29 May, 1815

R. Keats
(London)

Earl Bathurst

Concerning instructions given by Bathurst to Governor Keats.

30-35

29 May, 1815

R. Keats
(London)

Earl Bathurst

Concerning complaints regarding the allowance of Americans to fish around Newfoundland and Labrador in response to the present peace.

37

8 June, 1815

R. Keats
(London)

Earl Bathurst

Confirming the reception of two dispatches from Bathurst.

39-39v

9 June, 1815

R. Keats
(London)

Earl Bathurst

Requesting a set of the "Statutes at Large" to be supplied for the use of the Government at St. Johnís.

41-41v

14 June, 1815

R. Keats
(London)

Earl Bathurst

Concerning dispatches from Chief Justice Colclough on the riotous activities of the Irish in St. Johnís.

43-43v

14 June, 1815

R. Keats
(London)

Earl Bathurst

Copy of a report from Richard Lobb, private in the Royal Sappers and Miners, who tells of an encounter he had with several Irishmen who knocked at the gate of his house, threw pieces of wood at him, and then left. Also tells of another gathering of people out on the Barrens.

45-46v

14 June, 1815

R. Keats
(London)

Earl Bathurst

Copy of a letter from Chief Justice Colclough to Governor Keats concerning further gatherings of Irish and an advancements made by them upon the Sentinels post. (St. Johnís, 6th May, 1815).

47

15 June, 1815

R. Keats
(London)

Earl Bathurst

Confirming the reception of dispatches from his lordship and the return of the originals enclosed.

49

20 June, 1815

R. Keats
(London)

Earl Bathurst

Confirming the reception of several more dispatches from his lordship.

51-52

12 Aug. 1815

R. Keats
(Fort Townshend)

Earl Bathurst

Concerning the increase wages of fishermen and the affect it has had on the idleness and crimes committed by the lower classes.

53

12 Aug. 1815

R. Keats
(Fort Townshend)

Earl Bathurst

Concerning a request from several Frenchmen to remain in a neighbouring settlement.

55-55v

7 Sept. 1815

R. Keats
(Fort Townshend)

Earl Bathurst

Concerning the ill health of Chief Justice Colclough and a request from him to return to England for medical advice.

57

7 Sept. 1815

R. Keats
(Fort Townshend)

Earl Bathurst

Requesting information respecting the current state of affairs with the French fisheries and the islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon.

59-59v

26 Sept. 1815

R. Keats
(Fort Townshend)

Earl Bathurst

Concerning the operations of the French vessels along the coasts of St. Pierre and Miquelon.

61-61v

30 Sept. 1815

R. Keats
(Fort Townshend)

Earl Bathurst

Regarding complaints made by the inhabitants of Newfoundland respecting the handling of their mail which is shipped from England and sorted in Halifax.

63-64

1 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(Fort Townshend)

Earl Bathurst

Concerning regulations for the shipping of passengers from Ireland to Newfoundland.

66

1 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(Fort Townshend)

Earl Bathurst

A list of Twelve Vessels that have arrived at St. Johnís from Ireland with passengers.

68-70

1 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(Fort Townshend)

Earl Bathurst

Detailed Scheme of proposed regulations for vessels carrying passengers to and from Newfoundland.

71-72v

25 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(Fort Townshend)

Earl Bathurst

Governor Keatsí account current with the treasury for the sum drawn this year. Providing payments not included in the annual estimate, including money given to Rev. Lambert of the Catholic Church and supplies of medicine given to Mr. D. Duggin for the Volunteer Rangers. Also includes accounts related to the Ship room rents, etc.

73v-76

25 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(Fort Townshend)

Earl Bathurst

Report on Governor Keatsí account wit the Lords Commissioners of His Majestyís Treasury.

79v-81

25 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(Fort Townshend)

Earl Bathurst

Report on Governor Keatsí account on rents for lands and fishing ship rooms with the Lords Commissioners of His Majestyís Treasury.

82

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

Thomas Coote

Receipt for additional salary.

83

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

John Broom

Ditto.

84

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

James Balikie

Ditto.

85

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

J. Bland for A. Smith (?)

Ditto.

86

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

A. Brown

Ditto.

87

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

G. W. Eaststaff

Receipt for making a general survey and plan of the lands without St. Johnís.

88

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

G. W. Eaststaff

Pay list of military men belonging to the 93rd Regiment employed between the 20 June and 17 September in assistance upon Mr. Eaststaff.

89

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

Macbraire and Thomas Williams, church wardens

Receipt towards defraying expenses of repairing the established church of St. Johnís.

91v-93

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats

?

Report on Governor Keatsí account for rents received for lands leased with the Lords Commissioners of His Majestyís Treasury.

94

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

William Thomas (Secretary to the society for improving the conditions of the poor) for Joseph Bacon

Receipt for services as master of the school of industry at St. Johnís.

95

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

Charles Hellings

Receipt for divine services performed at Fogo for the Church of England.

96

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

Sarah England

Receipt for salary as assistant to the school of industry in St. Johnís.

97

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

Thomas Coote for William Stevenson

Receipt for divine services performed at Twillingate for the Church of England.

98

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

J. Bland for Abraham Hanman (?)

Receipt for divine services performed at Bonavista for the Church of England.

99

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

Thomas Coote for Samuel Wolfrey

Receipt for divine services performed at Mortonís Harbour for the Church of England.

100

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

Thomas Coote for George Williams

Receipt for performing divine services at Bay Roberts for the Church of England.

101

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

Thomas Coote for Thomas Walley

Receipt for performing divine service for the Church of England at Greens Pond.

102

20 Oct. 1815

R. Keats
(St. Johnís)

James Blaikie

Receipt for collecting and abstracting the returns of the fishery and inhabitants of the exports and imports from the several districts of Newfoundland.

103-104

8 Nov. 1815

R. Keats
(Salisbury, at sea)

Earl Bathurst

Requesting instructions regarding the privileges of French subjects on St. Pierre and Miquelon and the coast of Newfoundland.

105-113v

10 Nov. 1815

R. Keats
(Salisbury, in Cawsand Bay

Earl Bathurst

Transmitting a return of the state of the fortifications for the defence of St. Johnís by the Head Engineer Dept. Concerning the state of the fisheries. The state of St. Johnís with respect to the Irish. Respecting surveys on lands in the vicinity of St. Johnís and encroachments made upon them. Report on the Micmac in St. Georges Bay. Erecting of a Record Office. Concerning missionaries and their salaries. Regarding the death sentence laid upon John Hearn for murdering his wife and the punishment of fourteen years transportation to Botany Bay to James Mullowney for stealing goods. Etc.

116

11 Nov. 1815

R. Keats
(Salisbury, Plymouth Sound)

Henry Goulburn

Concerning a leave of absence granted by the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty and a request to forward any present letters to Bideford-Devon.

118

14 Dec. 1815

R. Keats
(Bideford)

Henry Goulburn

Transmitting a copy of an act passed in parliament regarding trade and plantations in America.

120-122v

 

Index listing letters and dispatches by Governor Keats relating to major events, acts, and reports that have occurred in Newfoundland in 1815.

126

6 Jan. 1815

R. Lushington

Maj. Gen. Bunbury

request for a larger vessel to replace brig Endeavor, captured by American privateers.

128-128v

21 Oct. 1814

Maj. Gen. Campbell

Mr. Harrison

Concerning the capture of the Brig. Endeavor by American Privateers and a request for a larger vessel to take its place.

130

16 Jan. 1815

R. Lushington
(Treasury Chambers)

Maj. Gen. Bunbury

Concerning two bills. One for the expenses of a jail and court house in Trinity and the other for the additional salary of Chief Justice Colclough.

132

19 Jan. 1815

R. Lushington
(Treasury Chambers)

Maj. Gen. Bunbury

Regarding the government purchasing of a house once owned by Mr. Stewart, deputy paymaster.

134

15 Dec. 1810

Thomas Stabb and George Richard Robinson
(St. Johnís)

?

Regarding the payment of rent towards a dwelling house and office for the deputy paymaster general.

136-136v

22 Dec. 1810

Maj. Gen. Moore
(St. Johnís)

Thomas P. Courtenay

Regarding the cost of renting a dwelling house and office for the deputy paymaster general.

138-138v

11 Nov. 1811

Maj. Gen. Moore
(St. Johnís)

David Thomas

Regarding the amount of money for the cost of renting a house and office for the deputy paymaster general.

140

31 Jan. 1815

Mr. Harrison
(Treasury Chambers)

Mr. Goulburn

Concerning the payment of two bills drawn by Governor Keats.

142

7 Feb. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

?

Concerning the transmission of a letter to Governor Keats.

144-144v

7 Feb. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

?

Concerning an act calling for the destruction of mad dogs.

146

3 Feb. 1815

L. Chancey, Clerk of the Peace
(St. Johnís)

?

In the Court of Sessions, an act ordering the destruction of any dogs found at large in or about St. Johnís due to the existence of hydrophobia.

148-148v

?

Caesar Colclough

-

The humble petition of the distressed of St. Johnís against the orders for the destruction of potentially mad dogs.

150

23 Feb. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

?

Concerning the transmission of a pamphlet and the peace and tranquillity of the island.

152-152v

25 Feb. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

R. Keats

Assessment of the state of tranquillity in St. Johnís with particular reference to the Irish lower classes.

154

26 Feb. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

Earl Bathurst

Concerning the transmission of copies of several documents to his lordship.

156-157

21 Feb. 1815

Henry Simms

-

Asserting the value of the contents of two trunks which were taken onboard the ship Margaret and were inspected by Henry Simms and James Fergus. These two trunks contained pamphlets and documents related to accusations and affidavits laid upon Caesar Colclough. (Sworn before Thomas Coote)

158-160

?

?

?

Typed document of charges preferred by the complainant William Roubel against Caesar Colclough, Robert Gray, and James Curtis, and John Frederick Holland. With a list of separate and specific charges against the Chief Justice Colclough. (Signed by Henry Simms).

161-164

?

?

?

The Memorial of William Roubel: Providing a detailed account of Roubelís duty as former member in the general assembly at Prince Edward Island and complaints laid against Caesar Colclough.

165-165v

3 Mar. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

?

Concerning the nature of a threatening letter posted on the gate of the Court House in St. Johnís.

167

3 Feb. 1815

L. Chancey, Clerk of the Peace

-

In the Court of Sessions: Orders for the destruction of all dogs found at large in and around St. Johnís.

167v-168

?

Distressed of St. Johnís

Caesar Colclough

The Memorial of the distressed of St. Johnís in general: complaints laid against the courts for ordering the destruction of dogs.

169

10 Mar. 1815

Mr. Bownas
(Whitehall)

Earl Bathurst

Transmitting some enclosed articles left in Newfoundland by Maj. Gen. Campbell after his departure.

170

10 Mar. 1815

Mr. Bownas
(Whitehall)

Earl Bathurst

List of articles left by Maj. Gen. Campbell in Newfoundland.

171

18 Mar. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

?

Requesting the transfer of the letter to Earl Bathurst concerning the presently disturbed state of Newfoundland.

173-175v

19 Mar. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(Newfoundland)

?

A detailed account of the disturbed state of affairs currently existing in Newfoundland with a report on riots and other disturbances that have occurred the present year.

177-178

22 Mar. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

?

Concerning the preservation of the peace, while mentioning several priests and bishops involved in these affairs.

179-180

? Mar. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

?

Concerning recent disturbances on the island, riots, and the custody and punishment of those involved.

181-182v

24 Mar. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

?

Concerning the carrying out of a sentence on William Murphy; uses opportunity to comment on state of social order in Newfoundland under his jurisdiction

183-184

27 Mar, 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

?

Observations on Irish migration to Newfoundland; complains that new comers are infected with ideas and attitudes of those already in Newfoundland ("Oldsters")

185

29 Mar. 1815

A. McLeny
(Transport Office)

Henry Goulburn

Concerning the articles of Maj. Gen. Campbell which are left onboard the Magdalene at Cherry Garden and are bound for Newfoundland. (Lists articles in the margins).

187-187v

30 Mar. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(Newfoundland)

?

Concerning the Roman Catholic Bishop as a man who helped to quell the riotous acts of the people.

189

7 Apr. 1815

Adm Isaac Coffin
(Liverpool)

Henry Goulburn

Requesting information regarding the rights of American vessels to dry and cure fish on the Magdalen Islands.

191

10 Apr. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

Earl Bathurst

Transferring the extract of a letter which was previously sent to Governor Keats.

193-193v

8 Apr. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

R. Keats

Extract of a letter from Chief Justice Colclough to Governor Keats.

195-197

31 Mar. 1815

Alexander Lang
(Ferryland)

Lieut. Edward Gauvreau

Copy of a series of correspondence between Lang and Gauvreau: Concerning the removal of a nine pounder from Nelsons Battery to Fort William, soliciting Gauvreauís men to aid in this pursuit.

197v-198v

?

Alexander Lang
(Ferryland)

Capt. W. Morris
(St. Johnís)

Listing the members of the Committee for the defence of Ferryland and requesting the removal of Lieut. Gauvreau from his position for defence of the region.

199-199v

7 Apr. 1815

W. Morris
(Brigade Majors Office, St. Johnís)

Alexander Lang
(Ferryland)

Concerning the removal of a nine pounder without authority and ordering that the gun be placed back in its former situation.

201-202

18 Apr. 1815

Chetwynd

-

At the Court at Carlton House: Request from the Merchants trading from Poole to Newfoundland for the importation of supplies such as lumber, live stock, pitch, and tar, from the United State to Newfoundland.

203-205

-

-

-

Form of Warrant empowering the Governor of Newfoundland with the ability to import food supplies from the United States during emergences.

206-207

-

-

-

License to import bread, flour, live stock, etc into Newfoundland from the United States.

209

22 Apr. 1815

Adm Isaac Coffin
(Liverpool)

Henry Goulburn

Concerning the existing treaty between Great Britain and the United States.

211-211v

15 May, 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

?

Concerning the patrols of the troops for the defence of the island and the large number of incoming peoples from Ireland (insists that everything is tranquil yet he clearly does not regard the Irish as anything but a potential source of unrest and trouble).

213-213v

15 May, 1815

Caesar Colclough and the magistrates of St. Johnís (St. Johnís)

Maj. Gen. Charles Campbell

Request for delaying the removal of the 2nd Battalion of the 93rd Regiment, until proper substitutions can be made for the defence of the island.

215-215v

6 May, 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

R. Keats

Duplicate of a letter from Chief Justice Colclough to R. Keats: Concerning the illegal gathering of peoples around St. Johnís and a request for nightly patrols to be instituted.

217-217v

3 May, 1815

Richard Lobb

-

Regarding the gathering of men, who were believed to be Irish, at the gates of Richard Lobbís house, who is a private of the Royal Sappers and Miners. (Sworn before J. Macbraire and signed under oath by Phillip Knight).

219

21 Apr. 1815

R. Lushington
(Treasury Chambers)

Maj. Gen. H. Bunbury

Regarding the shipment of articles of bedding, furniture, etc. for the use of troops at Newfoundland.

221

12 Apr. 1815

J. Barker
(Storekeeper Generals Office)

George. Harrison

Regarding the shipment of articles of bedding, furniture, etc. for the use of troops at Newfoundland onboard the Magdalen transport, Joseph Fenwick, master.

223-223

6 May, 1815

Caesar Colclough
(Newfoundland)

?

Concerning the gathering of a party of men near the Magdalen.

225-225v

6 May, 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

R. Keats

Concerning swearing or attempting to administer unlawful oaths.

227-227v

3 May, 1815

Richard Lobb

-

Regarding the gathering of men, who were believed to be Irish, at the gates of Richard Lobbís house, who is a private of the Royal Sappers and Miners. (Sworn before J. Macbraire and signed under oath by Phillip Knight).

229

13 May, 1815

R. Lushington
(Treasury Chambers)

Henry Goulburn

Concerning rules, regulations, and payments for the Corps of St. Johnís Volunteers.

231

7 Dec. 1812

J. Macbraire
(St. Johnís)

-

Receipt of money provided to the Volunteer Rangers. (Sworn before Robert Lee).

231v

23 Oct. 1812

J. Macbraire

-

Receipt of money and rations due from government to the Volunteer Rangers. (Sworn before Thomas Tremlett).

232

10 Oct. 1812

-

-

An estimate of Money and Rations due from government to the Volunteer Rangers. (List of payments).

233

1 Nov. 1812

Maj. Gen. Francis Moore

Thomas Forth Winter

Concerning the payment of the Volunteer Rangers of St. Johnís.

235-236

5 June, 1815

Christopher Robinson

?

Concerning consent for the restoration of the Louisa Hannah.

237-237v

5 June, 1815

?
(Horse Guards)

Maj. Gen. H. E. Bunbury

Concerning letters from Maj. Gen. Campbell regarding Mr. Lang of the Committee for the defence of Ferryland.

239-239v

10 Apr. 1815

Charles Campbell
(Newfoundland)

Adjutant General of the Forces

Transmitting a letter concerning Mr. Lang who considers himself "secretary to a committee for the defence of the harbour of Ferryland."

241-244v

31 Mar. 1815

Alexander Lang
(Ferryland)

Lieut. Gauvreau

A series of correspondences between Lang and Gauvreau: Concerning orders for the moving of a nine pounder for the better defence of the island.

245-245v

7 Apr. 1815

W. Morris
(Brigade Majors Office, St. Johnís)

Alexander Lang

Concerning the Committee for the defence of Ferryland and the removal of the nine pounder.

247-247v

9 June, 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

Earl Bathurst

The Chief Justice informs Bathurst of his ill health and inability to perform his duties.

249

3 June, 1815

William Carson
(St. Johnís)

?

Message from Dr. Carson requiring that Chief Justice Colclough take rest from all business due to ill health.

251

21 June, 1815

R. Lushington
(Treasury Chambers)

Henry Goulburn

Concerning the request of Gov. Keats for the statutes at large for the use of the government of Newfoundland.

253

22 June, 1815

J. Whaher (?)
(Admiralty Office)

Henry Goulburn

Concerning the transmission of dispatches which have addressed by Lord Bathurst to Governor Keats.

254-254v

26 June, 1815

R. Lushington

Henry Goulburn

Need for replacement for brig Endeavor captured by American privateers.

256

3 Apr. 1815

J. Barrow

R. Lushington

Need for replacement for brig Endeavor captured by American privateers.

258

5 July, 1815

Thomas Lack
(Whitehall)

Henry Goulburn

Regarding the difficulty of importing oil from Newfoundland into the British Empire.

260

31 July, 1815

R. Lushington

Henry Goulburn

Concerning a request from Maj. Gen. Campbell for the continuance of the pay of the Barges Crew.

262

25 Dec. 1814

Charles Campbell

Commissary General Winter

In consequence of the capture of the Government Brig the crew of that vessel are to cease pay, but the pay of the barges crew is to be issued in continuation.

264

3 Sept. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(St. Johnís)

?

Regarding the ill health of Chief Justice Colclough.

266

2 Sept. 1815

J. R. Gaunt

Caesar Colclough

Regarding the need for Chief Justice Colclough to live in better climate and retire from all business for the sake of his health.

268

22 Aug. 1815

William Carson
(St. Johnís)

James Macbraire

Dr. Carsonís opinion that Chief Justice Colclough needs to rest and retire from all business due to ill health.

270

9 Sept. 1815

John Hutchinson

?

Request to know the current status of Chief Justice Colclough, whether he is alive or dead.

272

18 Sept. 1815

R. Lushington

Henry Goulburn

Concerning a bill for the payment of services provided by Dr Patrick Lambert as head of the Catholic Church in Newfoundland.

274

5 Oct. 1815

J. Barrow
(Admiralty Office)

Henry Goulburn

Concerning instructions regarding the handling of French vessels.

276

6 Oct. 1815

R. Lushington

Henry Goulburn

Regarding letters related to the supply of coals from Cape Breton to Newfoundland.

278-279v

14 Sept. 1815

?

?

Relative to the employment of a colonial vessel for shipping coal from Cape Breton to Newfoundland.

280

8 Nov. 1815

Caesar Colclough

?

Colclough in England (for medical reasons; see below, p. 292) and offers to appear personally before Lord Bathurst to provide first-hand information on Newfoundland

282-282v

11 Nov. 1815

R. Lushington

Henry Goulburn

Concerning the payment of the Bargeís crew and preferring that their may be no need to replace the captured Endeavor.

284-284v

14 Nov. 1815

J. Keelany (?)
(General Post Office)

Henry Goulburn

Concerning the request for mail to Newfoundland to be bagged separated at Halifax.

286

20 Nov. 1815

R. Lushington

Henry Goulburn

Concerning payments for the additional salary of Caesar Colclough and allowance to Rev. Dr. P. Lambert, head of the Catholic Church in Newfoundland.

288

22 Nov. 1815

A. Kevinson (?)
(Treasury Chambers)

Henry Goulburn

Bill drawn for the purchase of medicine for the Volunteer Rangers.

290

18 Dec. 1815

Caesar Colclough

?

Requesting a letter to be laid before his Lordship, Earl Bathurst.

292

28 Oct. 1815

James Blaikie
(St. Johnís)

?

Providing an account of the number of documents and letters addressed between 20 Oct. 1813 and 4 Oct. 1815. Also mentions the departure of Caesar Colclough to England for health reasons.

294

12 Dec. 1815

Henry (?) C. Boissafore

?

Concerning the ill health of Chief Justice Colclough due to severity of weather and strain from his duties.

295

19 Dec. 1815

R. Lushington

Henry Goulburn

Concerning payment of expenses of the island by the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel.

297-297v

23 Dec. 1815

Caesar Colclough
(England)

?

Concerning compensation for services provided as Chief Justice of Newfoundland.

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