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London.

October 10th John Long, Com'. of the fly boate the Diligence, of London, • of 250 tunns burthen or thereabouts, wth noe gunns, navigated wth

17 men, foreign built, made free, cleareth for London, having on board 21 masts, 11 bowsprits, 3 yards, 20 clamps, 6000 of Pipe staves, 1300 of boults, 4000 ft. of Oares, 8 tunns of fusticke,* 2000 horns, 6 bbls. train Oyle, 6 bbls. corver [?] fish. London.

John Tickner, Com'. of the fly-boat the Firr-tree, of London, of 260 tunns burthen or thereabouts, wth two gunns, navigated wth 18 men, Foreign built, made free, and cleareth for London, having on board twenty Masts, 10 bow-sprits, 5 yards, 34 clamps, 47 standards, 1690 ft. of oares, 18,000 of pipe staves, 1300 of boults, 14 tunns of fusticke, one bard. Indicoe.

London.

Capt. John Holmes, Com'. of the fly-boat the America, of London, of 300 tunns burthen or thereabouts, mounted wth four guns, navigated wth 20 men, Forraine built, made free, cleareth for London, having on board 18 Masts, 9 bow-sprits, 13 yards, 11.400 ft. of Oares, 2900 of boults, 25.000 of staves, 84 pounds of beaver, 130 skins of small furs, 46 spars, 10 pieces of Ash, 2 bbls. of Cramberrys.

London.

Capt. Robert Tufton, Com'. of the Pincke Samuel, of London, of 100 tunns burthen or thereabouts, wth six gunns, and navigated with 20 men, English built, cleareth for London, wth tobacko, he landed here and hath again taken on board, for which bond is given in Virginia; as also 8 tunus of fusticke, 1500 weight of Brazelletto, † and 10,000 of staves, — bond and security taken here for the landing of the said goods in England, &c. according to Act of Parliament.

Errors excepted, Dated in
Portsmouth in New England,
the 15th October, 1692.
PHESANT EASTWICKE,

Dept. Colli. * Yellow dye-wood.WEB. † A kind of red dyeing-wood

Custom House in

Entrys Inwards. New Hampshire. »

Coasting vessels from Port to Port.

Portsmouth in New England, 30th August, 1692. Boston.

Paul Miller, Com". of the sloop Endeavor of Boston, 20 tuns,* &c. - entereth from Boston with these goods following, viz. 2 hhds. corne, 3 bags sheeps-wool, 3 truncks of houshold goods, 1 tunn of ship bcare, 50 tann" hides, 6 bbls. pork, 3 bbls. of beife, 9 bags of wheat, 2 bbls. flour, several other small parcells English goods and houshold stuffe.

Boston.

September 5th. Benjamin Bagworth, Com' of the sloop Pellican of Boston,* &c. entreth from Boston with these goods, foll. viz. 20 tunns of fusticke and several trunckes and chests of houshold goods.

Boston.

September 17th. Samuel Hill, Com'. of the sloop Tryall, of Boston,* &c. entreth from Boston with goods following, viz. 2 boxes window glass, 2 truncks and severall parcells of houshold goods, i hhd bread, 3 quoile rigging, several parcells of English goods.

Hampton.

Joseph Cowell, Com", of the sloop Endeavor, of Exeter,* &c. entreth from Hampton wth Hay.

Newberry.

John Wells, Com". of the sloop Discretion of Boston,* &c. entreth from Newberry, wth Hay.

Boston.

September 30th. Paul Miller, Com’.of the sloop Endeavor of Boston,* &c. entreth from Boston, with these goods, foll. viz. 2 pipes, i hhd Favall wines, six bbls. three half-bbls. of provisions, 5 hhds bread & pease, 1 hhd. onions, 2 bbls. of porke & beife, 500 of iron.

Boston.

October 31. 1692. Benjamin Bagworth, Com" of the sloop Pelican, of Boston,* &c. entreth from Boston wth these goods following, viz. 2 tunns Brazeletto, 4 tunns of fusticke, one hhd. & one bbl. sugar, 2000 horns,

• See description of this vessel in the preceding article, Clearings Outwards.

2 bbls of traine oyle, 5 bbls of tar, 7 bbls. of cranberrys, 2 hhds. and several small parcells English goods.

Boston.

October 13. James Gouch, Comt, of the sloop Mary of Boston, of 20 tunns burthens or thereabouts, with no guns, navigated with three men, Plantation built, entreth from Boston wth these goods following, viz: 7 hhds. Indian corne, 13 bbls porke, 1 hhd pease, 1 hhd. bread, 10 bbls. tarr, i hhd. molasses, sundry small parcells European goods, 1 bbl. of Indigoe.

Boston.

Samuel Storer, Com'. of the sloop Hopewell, of Boston, of 20 tunns burthen or thereabouts, with noe gunns, navigated with three men, Plantation built, - entreth from Boston, having on board 6000 of bread, two chests wearing apparell.

Errors excepted. Dated in Portsmouth, in New England, 15th October, 1692.

PHESANT EASTWICKE, Dept. Coll.

Custom House ? in New Hampshire. $ Entrys inward.

Portsmouth in New England, 12th August, 1692. London.

Capt. John Holmes, Com' of the fly-boate, the America * entreth from London, with these goods following, viz. 2 barrels of wrought pewter, 2 bbls. of wrought brass, 4 bbls of wrought iron, three boxes and six bbls. of grocery, 2 trucks of haberdashery, 6 bayles of stuffes, blancketts & rugys, 3 trunckes wearing apparell, 2 pictures and 2 saddles, 2 bayles linnen-cloth, 45 quoils of rigging, 223 barrs of iron, qt 5 tunns and a halfe, 1 truncke of haberdashery, 1 trunke of haberdashery wrought silke, serges & hatts, 6 boxes wrought iron, 1 packe of stuff's, 4 bundles, and 2 truncks of haberdashery and stockings, 2 parcells wrought iron, and one box of wrought pewter. London.

Capt. John Long, Com'. of the fly-boat, the Diligence * of London - entreth from London, wth these goods following, viz. 6 packs, 2 bayles, three pieces of Linsey Woolsey.

* See description of this vessel in the preceding article, Clearings Outwards.

London.

Capt. John Ticknor, Com'. of the fly-boate, the Firtree * of London - entreth from London wth these goods following, viz. 17 bayles Canvas, 11 bbls. of wrought Iron, 1 baile, 1 bbl. 36 boult staves & crowes, chain boults 24, one furnace and iron pott, 4 grindstones, 85 boult-staves, 1 pair smith's-bellows, 5 pintells, 4 brasses, 1 gudgeon, 1 bail, 1 caske, 2 boxes, 36 boults, 35 Chaine plates, 3 anchors, 1 goose-neck,(1) 1 bag of ladles, a bundle of scithes, 1 bundle of shovels, one bundle of sawes, 1 barrel, 8 small casque, a casque, a fatt (vat?] 3 bayles, 1 bbl. 1 half-bbl., 1 chest, 6 boxes, 3 trunckes, 1 bbl. 1 ffat, 2 drum casque, 2 bailes, 3 anchors, 513 bars of iron, more, 40 bars qt. 1904. 09.5 lb. 7 bbls. 2 bailes, 58 quoiles of cordage, 20 clamps, 1 drill, 30 basketts and baggs of nails, 20 great iron guns, one demy cannon carriage, 1200 round iron shott.

Barbados.

September 17. Robt. Michill, Com? of the barque Mary of Kittery, in the Province of Maine, 20 tunns burthen or thereabouts, wth noe gunns, navigated wth 6 men from Barbadoes, being English built, and entereth five hhds and five tierces of Rum, and lime-stones ballast.

Barbados.

Nicholas Follet Com' of the Brigantine, the Friends Endeavor, of Portsmouth in New England, 25 tunns burthen or threabouts, wth noe guns, Plantation built, navigated wth six men, enters from Barbados wth these goods following, viz. 15 hhds, 13 bbls of rum, 7 hhds. 8 bbls. of molasses, 2 bbls. of Muscavado Sugar, 100 weight in severall small sugar loaves, and 100 hhds. salt.

Barbados.

September 19th. Samuel Rimes Com”. of the Brigantine the Friendship, of Portsmouth in New England, 20 tunns burthen or thereabouts, wth noe gunns, Plantation built, navigated wth seven men,- entreth from Barbados, wth these goods following, viz. 40 hhds. of salt, 1 chest of English goods, with certifecate, and Lime stones Ballast.

* See previous description.

(1) In a ship, a piece of iron bent like the neck of a goose, and fitted on the end of a boom, yard, &c.- Web. Dic.

Barbados.

September 22d. John Cutt Com' of the Barke the Friends Increase, of Portsmouth in New England, of 15 tunns burthen or thereabouts, wth noe gunns, navigated with 4 men, Plantation built- entreth from Barbados wth these goods following, viz. 30 hhds. of molasses and 8 bbls., 18 hhds. and 2 bbls. of rum, 1 teirce, seven small casque of sugar.

Barbados.

October 15th Edward Kennard, Com'. of the Pincke, Richard, of Portsmouth, of 25 tunns burthen or thereabouts, with noe gumns, navigated wth seven men, Plantation built, entreth from Barbados wth these goods, viz. 31 hhds. Molasses, 8 hhds. & 1 teirce Rum.

Errors excepted. Dated in Portsmouth, in New England, October 15, 1692. PUESANT EASTWICKE,

Dep. Coll.

B. II. p. 10.
Province of New Hampshire.

At a Coucil held at Portsmouth this 28th of Nov. 1692.

Present,

John Hincks, President, Esqr,
Nath' Frver )

Henry Greene
Robt. Elliott Esqs.

William Vaughan Esas.
Peter Coffin )

Nath. Waer

Rich. Waldron Ordered, That an order be forthwith given to the Treasurer for the disbursing out of the Treasury the sum of five pounds for provissions for the soldiers at Capt. Woodman's Garrison in this Province.

Ordered, That the Treasurer pay out of the Treasury what mony is to be payd for wheels & carridges for the mounting of nineteen guns for the Majes". Fort at G'. Island.

Ordered, That the several Laws made in this Province at a late session by the Lt. Governor and Council and General assembly, be drawn out by the dep'. Secret. and that all towus within this Province may have the same, the selectmen paying the sd officer for transcribing them.

Ordered, That the Inhabitants of Swamscot within this Province, being [or beginning] from Tho. Wiggings at Sandy Point &

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