Blacks and Mulattos Captured and Held in Havana, 1762
Identifier: C.O. 117/2/27
An account of Blacks and Mulattos, taken from the Spaniards, now on board the undermentioned ships in Havana Harbour, 1762. Lists totals held on Valiant, Devonshire, Infante, Alcide, Edgar and Mercury (ships) and includes one Indian.
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Manuscript, one leaf, front and back. Digitized from C.O. Records of the Conolian Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices, Empire Marketing Board, and related bodies; subdivision of correspondence with the colonies, entry books and registers of correspondence. C.O. 117 Secretary of State: Havana: Original Correspondence; C.O. 117/2 Correspondence and miscellaneous papers concerning the Havana Expedition and related matters. This is item 27. (C.O. 117/2/27).
Publisher: National Archives, United Kingdom.
Contributor: Dean DeBolt