Bacon, Nathaniel 1620-1692
Most widely held works about Nathaniel Bacon
Most widely held works by Nathaniel Bacon
Correspondence from Nathaniel Bacon and William Byrd discussing Virginia's finances 1683-90 by Williams Blathway ( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Ship's license, 1723 March 28, issued to Capt. Thomas Thompson of the Three Marys [sheet 17 x 27 cm. printed form completed by hand. signed by Gov. Francis Nicolson of South Carolina.
Letter, 87 August 30, Virginia, to William Blathwayt [London, England by Nathaniel Bacon ( Book )
1 edition published in 1687 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Includes Bacon's accounts as Auditor General for Virginia, reported to Blathwayt as Auditor-General for Plantation Revenues. Discusses the payment of a share of Virginia quit rents to Thomas, Lord Culpeper. Also, the seizure of the ship "Society," out of Bristol and its cargo of slaves and ivory, the absence of Governor Frances Howard, Baron Howard of Effingham, who is due to return from New York, and potential problems with the Indians. Makes reference to [John] Jeffreys, [Robert] Smith, and William Cole.
Letter, 168 August 14, Virginia, to William Blathwayt, Whitehall [London, England by Nathaniel Bacon ( Book )
1 edition published in 1685 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Letter to Blathwayt, Auditor-General of Plantation Revenues, concerns Bacon's accounts as Auditor General for Virginia and his desire to resign from the Council of Virginia. Mentions William Cole, Thomas, Lord Culpeper, Cuthbert Potter, Potter's assignee, Ralph Wormeley, and Nicholas Spencer.
Letter, 1683 May 30, to William Blathwayt by Nathaniel Bacon ( Book )
1 edition published in 1683 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Concerns quit rents, a duty of two shillings per hogshead of tobacco, Thomas, Lord Culpeper's royal grant, and Culpeper's return to England.