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To His Excellency William Shirley, Esq. and Chief in and over His Majesty’s Province of Massachusetts Bay in New England and to the Honourable Council
 

To His Excellency, Francis Bernard, Esq.,  Governour and Captain General-in-Chief in and over His Majesty’s Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England and to the Honorable, His Majesty’s Council and the Honorable House of Representatives in General Court Assembled

To His Excellency, Francis Bernard, Esq., Captain General and Governour- in- Chief,  in and over His  Majesty’s Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, andto the Honourable, His Majesty’s Council and the Honourable House of Representatives in General  Court Assembled
 
The humble petition of Indians of Chappaquiddick in the county of Dukes County as natives unto the Island of Chappaquiddick in the county
 
To His Excellency, Francis Bernard, Esq., Captain General, in and over His Majesty’s Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, and Vice Admiral of the same and, to the Honourable, His Majesty’s Council and the Honourable House of Representatives in General Court Assembled
 
The humble petition of John Norton of Edgartown in the county of Dukes County as agent to the proprietors of the Island of Chappaquiddick
 

To the Much Honoured Governor and the Honoured Counsel Now Sitting in Boston

Know all men, colonies, peoples, and nations, unto whom the same hereof shall come, that we, the chief sachems, princes or governors of the Narragansett (in that part of America now called New England) together with the joint and unanimous consent of all our people and subjects, inhabitants thereof, do upon serious consideration, mature and deliberate advice and counsel, great and weighty grounds and reasons moving us thereunto, whereof one most effectual unto us is that noble fame we have heard of, that great and mighty prince, Charles, King of Great

Whereas Ralph Jones, John Sepit and Robin Sepit, Indians, was apprehended and brought before Barnabas Lothrop, John Thacher, and John Gorham, Justices for the County of Barnstable, upon suspicion of taking of a chest with goods cast on shore on Sandwich Beach belonging to Nathaniel Orvis who was drowned and lost in one Paul Miller whose vessel suffered shipwrec

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Adam Indian v. Timothy and Joseph Tuttle

To the petition and serving

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To the Honorable the General Assembly of the State of Connecticut to be convened at Hartford second Thursday of May instant

1.  Fourth Book of Accounts Indian Affairs at Stonington

1.   Account of lectures preached to the Indians at Stonington since August 11, 1766, having received full payment for all past services among said Indians

Joseph Fish

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1766

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Eighth Book

Indian Lectures at Stonington

1771 May 16.  Drew on Governor Oliver then received in full of Captain Rhodes.

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