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Title Naval Office shipping lists for South Carolina, 1716-1767 [microform].
Alternative Title NOSL for South Carolina, 1716-1767 [microform]
Publication Info Wakefield: Microform Academic Publishers, 2006.


LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  HE 565 U5 N3  Reels 1-2  UNTIL CLOSING  ASK AT DEPT

Descript 2 microfilm reels.
Note Title on reel container label: NOSL for South Carolina, 1716-1767.
Originally published 1966.
Naval officers in British colonies in North America and the West Indies prepared shipping lists and forwarded them through the colonial governor to the Board of Trade or to the Treasury in England. The Navigation Act of 1696 established the naval officer's responsibility, to obtain detailed information regarding every ship entering and clearing in the colonial ports. The lists contain chronological entries of ships and their cargo. Information includes the date of entry or clearance, the type and name of the ship, its home port or colony, the details of the vessel's construction and registration, the name of the master and owner, the last port entered and the immediate destination, and the tonnage of the vessel. A description of the collection and its arrangement is on the first reel.
Other # R96485 Microform Academic Publishers
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Series British records relating to America in microform
Subject Ship registers -- South Carolina.
Shipping -- United States -- South Carolina -- History -- Sources.
South Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sources.
Alt author Great Britain. Public Record Office.
Great Britain. Colonial Office.
Alternative Title NOSL for South Carolina, 1716-1767 [microform]
Descript 2 microfilm reels.
Note Title on reel container label: NOSL for South Carolina, 1716-1767.
Originally published 1966.
Naval officers in British colonies in North America and the West Indies prepared shipping lists and forwarded them through the colonial governor to the Board of Trade or to the Treasury in England. The Navigation Act of 1696 established the naval officer's responsibility, to obtain detailed information regarding every ship entering and clearing in the colonial ports. The lists contain chronological entries of ships and their cargo. Information includes the date of entry or clearance, the type and name of the ship, its home port or colony, the details of the vessel's construction and registration, the name of the master and owner, the last port entered and the immediate destination, and the tonnage of the vessel. A description of the collection and its arrangement is on the first reel.
Other # R96485 Microform Academic Publishers
Series British records relating to America in microform
Subject Ship registers -- South Carolina.
Shipping -- United States -- South Carolina -- History -- Sources.
South Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sources.
Alt author Great Britain. Public Record Office.
Great Britain. Colonial Office.
Alternative Title NOSL for South Carolina, 1716-1767 [microform]
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  HE 565 U5 N3  Reels 1-2  UNTIL CLOSING  ASK AT DEPT

Subject Ship registers -- South Carolina.
Shipping -- United States -- South Carolina -- History -- Sources.
South Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sources.
Descript 2 microfilm reels.
Note Title on reel container label: NOSL for South Carolina, 1716-1767.
Originally published 1966.
Naval officers in British colonies in North America and the West Indies prepared shipping lists and forwarded them through the colonial governor to the Board of Trade or to the Treasury in England. The Navigation Act of 1696 established the naval officer's responsibility, to obtain detailed information regarding every ship entering and clearing in the colonial ports. The lists contain chronological entries of ships and their cargo. Information includes the date of entry or clearance, the type and name of the ship, its home port or colony, the details of the vessel's construction and registration, the name of the master and owner, the last port entered and the immediate destination, and the tonnage of the vessel. A description of the collection and its arrangement is on the first reel.
Alt author Great Britain. Public Record Office.
Great Britain. Colonial Office.
Other # R96485 Microform Academic Publishers

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