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Grenada, 1835, Offices and Individuals : Case of Chief Justice Sanderson. : Public notice; Acts and Legislation; Legal document; Petition; Memorial; Newspaper clipping; Minutes; Correspondence; Financial document; Address; Report; Index; Memorandum Apr 1832; Jun 1834 - Aug 1835.
Marlborough, Wiltshire : Adam Matthew Digital, 2022.
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Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
Colonial Caribbean: Module 2
Apr 1832; Jun 1834 - Aug 1835.
Letters from various government offices (departments) and individuals most of which relate to the despatches sent from the governor in CO 101/79. Correspondents and subjects covered are as follows: Offices (Government Departments): Law Office (case of George Jubilette, who was sentenced to imprisonment and hard labour -- petition against against his trial and sentence) -- Treasury (payment of allowances to Richard Jephson -- return of assistant commissioners of compensation -- Tonnage Act -- passage allowance) -- War Office (civil salary of Lieutenant Governor) -- Miscellaneous Offices (Compensation Office [aboltion of slavery]: transmits certificates and list relating to claimants). Individuals: Lord Abinger (recommends R Jephson for appointment of Stipendiary Magistrate) -- J Boucher (resigns appointment of Provost Marshal and asks for an appointment in a 'better climate') -- Sarah Back (enquires how to recover a legacy due to her) -- J Belgrave (has left a despatch at the office from the Lieutenant Governor) -- Cox and Co (payment of General Middlemore's passage home -- certificate of Colonel Mairs existence) -- J Duncan (memorial for a free pardon to John Philip, formerly an enslaved person on Duncan's estate, sentenced to transportation) -- Eastwood (enquiry over her late husband's salary) -- C S Fraser, a Stipendiary Magistrate (reports his departure) -- Hay, a Stipendiary Magistrate (reports his departure) -- Jephson, a Stipendiary Magistrate (reports his departure) -- G Jubilette (Law Officers) -- E H Locker (introduces Boucher, the Provost Marshal) -- Michael Lindsay (regarding aid of government in getting the legacies left by his brother -- submits memorial, enquiry of how soon the government is likely to answer his memorial -- copies of wills of his uncle and brother) -- Alex Lamb (appeal for person of African descent called Bob, convicted of sheep stealing, sentenced to transportation) -- Jos Marryat (Amendment Bill and petition to the King from the legislature -- addresses from Council and Assembly) -- Colonel Mair (wishes to be knighted) -- George Middlemore (arrival in London -- payment of expenses -- address to legislature on his departure -- Treasury and Cox and Co) -- Revd O'Hannan (religious education -- complaint against the governor -- Roman Catholic rights) -- R Payne (hopes Mr Snagg may be confirmed in office of Solicitor General) -- Mr Pale ('Christian' [given] name of Colonel Mair) -- Philip Jolen (J Duncan) -- J Ross, a Stipendiary Magistrate (reports is about to embark) -- Sanderson, Chief Justice (his arrival -- suspension -- resumption of duties -- reply to charges against him) -- Members of the Bar (conduct of Chief Justice Sanderson). Case of Chief Justice Sanderson: several despatches relating to the case against the Chief Justice of Grenada, including an address from the House of Assembly, a representation from the Bar of Grenada, correspondence between the Lieutenant Governor, the Chief and Assistant Justice's, and HM Attorney General 'on the subject of the Adjournments of the Supreme Court of Judicature by the Bench, On the Ground that the Laws of the Colony are Invalid.'.
AMDigital Reference:CO 101/80.
Reproduction of: Grenada, 1835, Offices and Individuals : Case of Chief Justice Sanderson., Apr 1832; Jun 1834 - Aug 1835.
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