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Title The Naval Office shipping lists for Nova Scotia, 1730-1820, in the Public Record Office [microform].
Alternative Title Container title: NOSL for Nova Scotia, 1730-1820 [microform]
Publication Info East Ardsley, Wakefield : Microform Academic Publishers, c2006.


LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  HE 565 C2 N3  Reels 1-3 plus printed guide  UNTIL CLOSING  ASK AT DEPT

Descript 3 microfilm reels ; + printed guide.
Note Includes printed guide by Julian Gwyn.
The Navigation Acts of 1698 provided for the collection of detailed information regarding every vessel entering and clearing British ports. The principal ports of Nova Scotia were Halifax, Sydney and Arichat and Benjamin Green, Winckworth Tonge and William Cottnam Tonge were the principal naval officers whose records are filmed. The lists include date of entry, name of ship, home port, when the ship was built and registered, the name of the master, the name of the owner, measured tonnage, number of guns, size of crew and details of the cargo carried including the names of passengers and the number of slaves or indentured servants. The guide to the collection provides tabulations that establishes the relative importance of different regions as suppliers to Nova Scotia and compares Halifax and Boston shipping.
ISBN 071585450x (guide)
Other # R97051 Microform Academic
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Series British records relating to America in microform
Subject Nova Scotia. Naval Office.
Ship registers -- Nova Scotia.
Shipping -- Nova Scotia -- History -- Sources.
Nova Scotia -- Commerce -- History -- Sources.
Alt author Gwyn, Julian.
Alternative Title Container title: NOSL for Nova Scotia, 1730-1820 [microform]
Descript 3 microfilm reels ; + printed guide.
Note Includes printed guide by Julian Gwyn.
The Navigation Acts of 1698 provided for the collection of detailed information regarding every vessel entering and clearing British ports. The principal ports of Nova Scotia were Halifax, Sydney and Arichat and Benjamin Green, Winckworth Tonge and William Cottnam Tonge were the principal naval officers whose records are filmed. The lists include date of entry, name of ship, home port, when the ship was built and registered, the name of the master, the name of the owner, measured tonnage, number of guns, size of crew and details of the cargo carried including the names of passengers and the number of slaves or indentured servants. The guide to the collection provides tabulations that establishes the relative importance of different regions as suppliers to Nova Scotia and compares Halifax and Boston shipping.
ISBN 071585450x (guide)
Other # R97051 Microform Academic
Series British records relating to America in microform
Subject Nova Scotia. Naval Office.
Ship registers -- Nova Scotia.
Shipping -- Nova Scotia -- History -- Sources.
Nova Scotia -- Commerce -- History -- Sources.
Alt author Gwyn, Julian.
Alternative Title Container title: NOSL for Nova Scotia, 1730-1820 [microform]
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  HE 565 C2 N3  Reels 1-3 plus printed guide  UNTIL CLOSING  ASK AT DEPT

Subject Nova Scotia. Naval Office.
Ship registers -- Nova Scotia.
Shipping -- Nova Scotia -- History -- Sources.
Nova Scotia -- Commerce -- History -- Sources.
Descript 3 microfilm reels ; + printed guide.
Note Includes printed guide by Julian Gwyn.
The Navigation Acts of 1698 provided for the collection of detailed information regarding every vessel entering and clearing British ports. The principal ports of Nova Scotia were Halifax, Sydney and Arichat and Benjamin Green, Winckworth Tonge and William Cottnam Tonge were the principal naval officers whose records are filmed. The lists include date of entry, name of ship, home port, when the ship was built and registered, the name of the master, the name of the owner, measured tonnage, number of guns, size of crew and details of the cargo carried including the names of passengers and the number of slaves or indentured servants. The guide to the collection provides tabulations that establishes the relative importance of different regions as suppliers to Nova Scotia and compares Halifax and Boston shipping.
Alt author Gwyn, Julian.
ISBN 071585450x (guide)
Other # R97051 Microform Academic

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