Letters between the Trustees for Establishing the Colony and the Georgia Office in Westminster, 24 November 1736 to 25 October 1740 [electronic resource].
- Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2015.
- Physical description
- 23 items.
- Colonial America (Marlborough, England)
- Corporate Author
- Trustees for Establishing the Colony of Georgia in America
- Great Britain. Colonial Office.
- National Archives (Great Britain)
- An accompt of the different species of provisions and necessarys received by Mr Thomas Causton in Georgia-- An accompt of the expence of the colony of Georgia paid for in England and accrued since midsummer 1737, of the sola bills sent to Mr Causton, and also of the provisions and effects received by him since that time
- An accompt of the expences in America estimated by the Trustees for the service of the colony of Georgia for one year from midsummer
- 1738 to midsummer
- Estimate of the expence in the northern part of Georgia for one year to commence from Michaelmas
- Estimate of the expence in the southern part of Georgia for one year to commence from Michaelmas
- General charges for the colony of Georgia for one year from Michaelmas
- Invoice on board the Two Brothers, Captain William Thomson for Georgia of bill of lading consigned to William Stephens esq
- Letter containing accounts for supplies for settlers in Georgia
- Letters about the development of Georgia and encouraging settlers and servants, particularly from Scotland
- Letters about the further settlement with Georgia, and relations with neighbouring Indians, French and Spanish
- Letters concerning the development of Georgia and relations with its neighbours
- Letters concerning finance and sola bills in relation to Georgia
- Letters concerning the financing of settling Georgia
- Letters concerning the financing of settling Georgia and provisions for orphans in the colony
- Letters concerning new settlers to Georgia and the encouragement of wine production there
- Letters concerning the regulation of trade, tax and finance in Georgia
- Letters relating to the economy of Georgia and relations with neighbouring Indians and Spanish
- Letters relating to the settlement of Georgia and legal proceedings within the colony
- Letters relating to the settlement of Georgia, the rights of the settlers and the provision of supplies
- Letters sent to Mr Causton since
- 12 January 1736, when Mr Oglethorpe attended the first meeting after his arrival in England
- A list of the balances stated due from the several persons hereafter named on their accompts current, sent by Thomas Causton to the Trustees
- Manuscript index for CO 5/188
- State of the accompt of the late Paul Jeny's esq & Co with the Trustees for Georgia.
- Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles, Duke of, 1693-1768.
- Oglethorpe, James, 1696-1785.
- Trustees for Establishing the Colony of Georgia in America > Records and correspondence.
- Great Britain. Colonial Office > Records and correspondence.
- Georgia > Politics and government > To 1775.
- Georgia > Appropriations and expenditures > Early works to 1800.
- Indians of North America > Government relations > To 1789 > Sources.
- Georgia > History > Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 > Sources.
- Trade regulation > Great Britain > Colonies > History > 18th century > Sources.
- Georgia > Commerce > History > 18th century > Sources.
- Great Britain > Colonies > America > History > 18th century > Sources.
- Reprint/reissue date
- Original date
- Colonial America. Module 1
- Volume title from publisher's website (resource viewed on 7 Oct. 2015)
- Volume reference no.: CO 5/667.
- Location of Originals
- The National Archives