American records in the House of Lords archive, 1621-1917

Volumes

9 volumes in American records in the House of Lords archive, 1621-1917

Slave Trade, 1641-1838

Commencing with details of transportation and the slavery that followed it, these papers then cover the enslavement of people from Africa and the West Indies. The issues covered within these papers include how slaves were acquired, plantation owner conduct, an investigation into slavery by the House of Lords, laws relating...

  • Contributor:  Parliamentary Archives, UK
  • Reference:  73167A
  • Keyword:  history war british usa french spanish american revolution

African Co. Trade, Reports and Papers, 1671-1815

These items include records from the incorporation of the Royal African Company, petitions from that company and reports from them upon the condition of various settlements, including forts.

  • Contributor:  Parliamentary Archives, UK
  • Reference:  73167B
  • Keyword:  history war british usa french spanish american revolution

American Papers, 1621-1916

These papers have a clear focus upon the American Revolution, with most of these papers covering disturbances and attempts to resolve the tax disputes between Britain and her American colonies. These papers contain references to early governors, including De la Warr and the 1st Secretary of Florida. Specific incidents include...

  • Contributor:  Parliamentary Archives, UK
  • Reference:  73167C
  • Keyword:  history war british usa french spanish american revolution

Canadian Papers, 1628-1917

Containing copies and extracts of letters relating to the settlement of Nova Scotia, from the Secretary of State. These papers also include correspondence from the Commissioners for Trade and Plantations, including that between the Duke of Bedford, Governor Cornwallis and the Board of Trade. Assorted petitions, papers upon the religious...

  • Contributor:  Parliamentary Archives, UK
  • Reference:  73167D
  • Keyword:  history war british usa french spanish american revolution
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