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Mather Byles' Letter Books #3, 1784-1786

Author:Byles, Mather
Date:1784-01-01
Subjects:Accidents Major [ ] Gordon, Halifax, falls on way home from Mess p. 28
Adamant arrives Halifax: nine weeks from London p. 3
Addenbrook, Captain [ ] a mild case of clapp from his sable Nigretta 1785 p. 26
Armstrong, Major [ ] Apparently at St. Anne's: signs letter on behalf of proprietors of St. Anne's Point: re military facilities at p. 21
Board of Enquiry At Halifax: to hear charge of sheep-stealing against Major Charles Wood p. 27
Byles, Mather his Car Organ: a phantasy pp. 15-18
Carleton, Thomas to the relief of hungry Refugees p. 19
Clothing women's fashions 1785: Lunardi's influence p. 30
Coffin, [ ] p. 5
Crime Major Charles Wood, Officer Commanding the Royal Artillery at Halifax: accused of sheep-stealing p. 27
Disease, ailments and indispositions a "slight cacoethes" [probably gonorrhea]: Captain [ ] Addenbrook contracts from a Black 1785 p. 26
Entertainments a Halifax banquet 1785: food described pp. 25-26
Food at a Halifax dinner p. 25
Gordon, Major James Willoughby falls on way home from Mess: slightly injured p. 28
Henry arrives Halifax 1785 p. 3
Loyalists only those who remain on their granted lands are eligible for King's Allowance 1785 pp. 21-22
Lunardi, [ ] his effect on fashion p. 30
Lunardi, [ ] And his balloon p. 6
Medicine and Remedies Sulphur for venereal disease [gonorrhea] 1785 p. 27
Military Orders to Commissaries: to strike off the rolls all non-eligibles for King's Allowance pp. 21-22
Miller, Sally [probably she] a premiere belle of Halifax society p. 24
Sir Benjamin Thompson, Sir Benjamin p. 6
Passamaquoddy the area: impending starvation 1785 p. 19
Porter, William [probably he] collects data on N. S. for E. W.: Halifax to Shelburne area p. 23
Prince, Miss Polly Of Halifax 1785: one of the town's belles p. 24
Ranger A vessel apparently plying the Atlantic 1785 p. 3
Refugees reported in danger of starvation 1785: Shelburne, Passamaquoddy, St. Mary's Bay, etc. p. 19
Robinson, Lieutenant-Colonel Beverley [he] p. 23
Rouballet, [ ] His Halifax banquet 1785 p. 25
Sally arrives Halifax 1785 p. 3
Settlers only those remaining on their granted lands to receive King's Allowance p. 21
Settlers only those remaining on their granted lands to receive King's Allowance p. 22
Shaw, William [he] his incomplete report and re his command of armed vessels p. 1
Shaw, William [he] his incomplete report and re his command of armed vessels p. 2
Shaw, William [he] his incomplete report and re his command of armed vessels p. 3
Shelburne impending starvation reported at 1785 p. 19
St. Anne's [Point] its "proprietors" thank General [H. Fox] for establishing a post and magazine here p. 21
St. Mary's Bay starvation said threatening settlers at 1785 p. 19
Stanislaus A ship plying the Atlantic: in British Gov't service 1785 p. 4
Thompson, Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin "Sir Benjamin" ref. to 1785 p. 6
Two Brothers A vessel plying the Atlantic: in British Gov't service 1785 p. 4
Upham, Joshua his "disorder" returns 1785/1/25: is very "low" p. 24
Winslow, Penelope I [she] p. 23
Wood, Major Charles C.O. of R. Artillery at Halifax 1785: accused of sheep-stealing p. 27
Source:Vol. 25-3
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