Collections of the Georgia Historical Society

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VOYAGE TO GEORGIA, BEGUN IN THE YEAR 1735. CONTAINING Jin Account of the Settling the Town of Frederica, in the Southern Part of the Province ; and a descrip- tion of the

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VOYAGE TO GEORGIA, BEGUN IN THE YEAR 1735. CONTAINING Jin Account of the Settling the Town of Frederica, in the Southern Part of the Province ; and a descrip- tion of the Soil, Air, Birds, Beasts, Trees, Rivers, Islands, fyc. The Rules and Orders made by the Honorable the Trustees for that Settlement, including the Allowances of Provisions, Clothing, and other Necessaries to the Families and Servants which went thither. A Description of the Town and County of Savannah, in the Northern Part of the Province ; the manner of dividing and granting the Lands, and the Improvements there: With an Account of the Mr, Soil, Rivers and Islands in that Part. By FRANCIS MOORE, AUTHOR OF TRAVELS INTO THE INLAND PARTS OF AFRICA. LONDON: 1744. A VOYAGE TO GEORGIA. The Trustees for establishing the Colony of Georgia, in America, ordered a new town to be built in that colony, and an embarkation to be made for that purpose. They were pleased to appoint me to be keeper of the stores. M The following rules were given for the embarkation, viz.: Rules for the year 1735. "The Trustees intend this year to lay out a county, and build a new town in Georgia. "They will give to such persons as they send upon the charity, To every man, a watch-coat; a musket and bayonet; a hatchet; a hammer; a handsaw; a shod shovel or spade; a broad hoe; a narrow hoe ; a gimlet; a drawing knife; an iron pot, and a pair of pot-hooks; a frying pan ; and a public grindstone to each ward or village. Each working man will have for his maintenance in the colony for one year (to be delivered in such proportions, ,and at such times as the Trust shall think proper) 312 Ibs. of beef or pork; 104 Ibs. of rice ; 104 Ibs. of Indian corn or peas ; 104 Ibs. of flour; 1 pint of strong beer a ...

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VOYAGE TO GEORGIA, BEGUN IN THE YEAR 1735. CONTAINING Jin Account of the Settling the Town of Frederica, in the Southern Part of the Province ; and a descrip- tion of the Soil, Air, Birds, Beasts, Trees, Rivers, Islands, fyc. The Rules and Orders made by the Honorable the Trustees for that Settlement, including the Allowances of Provisions, Clothing, and other Necessaries to the Families and Servants which went thither. A Description of the Town and County of Savannah, in the Northern Part of the Province ; the manner of dividing and granting the Lands, and the Improvements there: With an Account of the Mr, Soil, Rivers and Islands in that Part. By FRANCIS MOORE, AUTHOR OF TRAVELS INTO THE INLAND PARTS OF AFRICA. LONDON: 1744. A VOYAGE TO GEORGIA. The Trustees for establishing the Colony of Georgia, in America, ordered a new town to be built in that colony, and an embarkation to be made for that purpose. They were pleased to appoint me to be keeper of the stores. M The following rules were given for the embarkation, viz.: Rules for the year 1735. "The Trustees intend this year to lay out a county, and build a new town in Georgia. "They will give to such persons as they send upon the charity, To every man, a watch-coat; a musket and bayonet; a hatchet; a hammer; a handsaw; a shod shovel or spade; a broad hoe; a narrow hoe ; a gimlet; a drawing knife; an iron pot, and a pair of pot-hooks; a frying pan ; and a public grindstone to each ward or village. Each working man will have for his maintenance in the colony for one year (to be delivered in such proportions, ,and at such times as the Trust shall think proper) 312 Ibs. of beef or pork; 104 Ibs. of rice ; 104 Ibs. ofIndian corn or peas ; 104 Ibs. of flour; 1 pint of strong beer a ...

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