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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1687/8-1693
Volume 8, Page 526   View pdf image (33K)
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526 Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1692-1694.

Liber K.

the Scurrilous tongues as by Copys of the Inclosed Depo-
sitions (which for the Honour & respect we bear to your

Excellency we send you to give you an oppertunity thereby
to vindicate your Honour & reputation from the foul Calum-
nies & aspersions therein thrown upon you, we are sorry to
find it Comes from the person therein named & Conceive
your Excllcy will do him great favour to acquaint him also
therewith that he may purge himself from the Imputation
therein charged on him As we hope he may possibly do

p. 217

The Zeal we have for your Excellencys Person Honour
& Reputation & to Create & Maintain a good Corres-
pondency between both Governments so near neighbours is
the real & only motive & inducement to us to give your
Excellency this plain & candid accot which we pray your
Excellency accordingly to accept of from
Your Excellencys most humble Servts
To his Excellency Sr L C
Edmond Andros N B I A
Capt General & Chief N G I C
Govr of their Majestys D B T B
Collony of Virginia

At a Council held at the City of St Marys
the 6th day of May 1693

His Excellency the Governor

the honble

Collo Nea Blakiston
Collo Nicho Greenberry
Thomas Tench Esqr

Collo Cha Huchins
Captain Iohn Addison

p. 218

Came here & presented themselves to the Board Netaugh-
woughton King Ababco's Son & Tequassino two Chief &
principal men of the Nantecoke Indians & in behalf of them-
selves and all the rest of the said Indians desire to enter into
a new League of peace & Amity with his Excellency and this
Government in behalf of their Majestys Subjects the Inhabit-
ants of this Province they having lost their former Articles of
peace concluded between them to which offers or proposals
his Excellency and this Board signified their Consent &
Ordered that Articles be accordingly drawn between them
Concurrent with the said former Articles
His Excellency gives the Board to understand that he had
seen the Copy of a Letter from the Queens Majesty requiring
aid & assistance to New York to be given them from these
their Neighbouring Collonies & plantations that in obedience

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