LORD DARTMOUTH TO THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY, 23rd JUNE, 1713.
HUDSON BAY COMPANY'S RECORD.
Whitehall 23th June 1713.
My Ld Dartmouths Letter to ye Compa
Upon The Aplycation you have made to the Queen that you would be pleased to procure an order from ye French King to the Govr of Port Nelson to deliver that Place to such Persons as should be Impowred to Receive it, by which meanes the Inconveniences of waiteing for Instructions from ye Govr of Quebeck would be prevented, I am to acquaint you, That Her Matie gave imediate directions to her Ministers at Parris to Endeavor to obtaine such an order as you desired & That The Court of France have promisd it should be dispatched hither in A few dayes, I am further to Lett you Know that Two French shipps will be sent to Hudsons Bay, to Bring away such of the Effects belonging to them as by the Treaty They are allowed to withdraw to ye Performance of which you will take Care, That noe obstruction or Impediment be given on your Part I am
Yr most humble Servt
To the Hudsons Bay Compa