excerpt from ''America and West Indies: July 1710, 19-31' in Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies: Volume 25, 1710-1711' pp. 137-152 (81 words)

excerpt from ''America and West Indies: July 1710, 19-31' in Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies: Volume 25, 1710-1711' pp. 137-152 (81 words)

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'America and West Indies: July 1710, 19-31' in Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies: Volume 25, 1710-1711

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Deposition of Martin French, Mountseratt, July 28, 1710. Lt. Phillip Walsh and Phillip Everard came in disguise with soldiers clothes and musquets to deponent's house at an unseasonable time of the neight, and made a drummer beat Round heded Cockels Com Dick for an hour. Several times before the said officers ordered the drums to beat the same about the town at very unseasonable times of the night to the great disquiet of most of the towne. Signed, Martin French.

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excerpt from ''America and West Indies: July 1710, 19-31' in Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies: Volume 25, 1710-1711' pp. 137-152 (81 words)

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