17 Sept 1766
Surrogate Jonathan Cartwright, Esq. and Justice Garland are to compel Andrew Croher to pay the wages and damages to Jonathan Le Feveur, agreeable to the 31 Oct 1764 order, or have his effects seized. He had been unable to return home due to want of wages.
20 Oct. 1789 Gov. Mark Milbanke to John Brown, James Rennells
Gov. Milbanke notifies Brown and Rennells that Mr. Le Feuvre of Burin did not have a chance to defend himself in court, but Milbanke suspects that Le Feuvre “took it upon himself to act against the Dealers, in a manner not altogether consistent either with Law or Equity. Milbanke instructs Brown and Rennells that in case Le Feuvre should make another application to them for “the seizure of any Boats, Fishing Rooms, or other Effects of Boatkeepers (his Debtors) in your district, that you will only attach (and take such security as may be necessary for preventing the Boatkeeprs making away with)…”
|Description:||Commander: Philip le Couteur.
Burden: 120 tons.
Owners: Nicholas le Febure and Company of the islands of Guernsey and Jersey, merchants.
Lieutenant: William le Mesurier.
Gunner: John le Mesurier.
Boatswain: Edward Bacon.
Carpenter: John Lloyd.
Surgeon: Nicholas le Mesurier.
Cook: John Harris.
Armament: 10 carriage and 16 swivel guns.