Capper. John Henry. 1830.
CONVICTS. TWO REPORTS OF JOHN HENRY CAPPER, ESQ. SUPERINTENDENT OF SHIPS AND VESSELS EMPLOYED FOR THE CONFINEMENT OF OFFENDERS UNDER SENTENCE OF TRANSPORTATION: RELATING TO THE CONVICT ESTABLISHMENTS AT DEVONPORT, PORTSMOUTH, CHATHAM, WOOLWICH AND BERMUDA. London: House of Commons. 8pp. British Parliamentary Paper. HC170. Contains lists of convict hulks at Portsmouth, Gosport, Sheerness, Woolwich, Chatham, Deptford & Bermuda with numbers of convicts. Summaries of work performed, health etc. Parliamentary Papers.
Chapelle, Howard I (1968)
The Search for Speed Under Sail, 1700-1855.
LISTS, PRESENTED TO THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, OF ALL SHIPS AND VESSELS, OR
CARGOES OR PARTS OF CARGOES, PROSECUTED AS PRIZE, IN THE NAME OF HIS
MAJESTY, IN THE VICE COURTS OF JAMAICA, NEWFOUNDLAND, BERMUDA, NOVA SCOTIA,
BOMBAY, BAHAMA ISLANDS, MALTA, ANTIGUA,
London: House of Commons, 1808. 66pp. British Parliamentary Paper HC195. Parliamentary Papers
CORRESPONDENCE RESPECTING THE REVIVAL OF THE COLLEGE OF ST PAUL, IN BERMUDA; AND RETURN OF THE GRANTS, ENDOWMENTS, AND APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE PURPOSE OF RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION OR EDUCATION FOR BERMUDA, FROM 1 JANUARY 1843 TO 31 DECEMBER 1852 London: HMSO, 1853. 4pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. HC937.
ANNUAL REPORTS ON THE CONVICT ESTABLISHMENT AT BERMUDA AND GIBRALTAR FOR 1859 London: HMSO, 1860. 55pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. Brirish Parliamentary Paper. Much on prison conditions, diet etc.
ANNUAL REPORTS ON THE CONVICT ESTABLISHMENT AT BERMUDA AND GIBRALTAR FOR 1860 London: HMSO, 1861. 59pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. Much on prison conditions, diet etc.
ANNUAL REPORTS ON THE CONVICT ESTABLISHMENT AT BERMUDA AND GIBRALTAR FOR 1861 London: HMSO, 1862. 48pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. Much on prison conditions, diet etc.
ANNUAL REPORTS ON THE CONVICT ESTABLISHMENT AT BERMUDA AND GIBRALTAR FOR 1862 London: HMSO, 1863. 67pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. Much on prison conditions, diet etc.
FURTHER PAPERS RELATIVE TO THE CONVICT ESTABLISHMENT AT BERMUDA London: HMSO, 1860. 9pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. Governor responds to comments on the report on the Convict Establishment for 1859.
ANNUAL REPORTS ON THE CONVICT ESTABLISHMENT AT BERMUDA AND GIBRALTAR: PRECEDED BY INSTRUCTIONS ON THE FORM TO BE OBSERVED IN SUCH REPORTS London: HMSO, 1859. 55pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. Much on prison conditions, diet etc.
May, June, July 1944: letters of Gov Wm Browne; claim to Turk's Islands; early literary socieety
July, August, September 1944: letters of Gov Wm Browne; claim to Turk's Islands; War of 1812,; current events
October, November, December 1944: letters of Gov Wm Brown; claim to Turk's Islands; Sir Peter Parker, HMS Menelaus 1814; cameos of old Bermuda
April, May, June 1945: Gov, council & assembly during the 1st half 18th Century; Diary of Rev James Holliday (1746-1747); Narratives of the prize court (the brig "Young Syndey"; letters of Samuel Brownlow Gray
April, May, June 1946: Tucker letters; journal of John Harvey Darrell; survey of Bermuda pt I
July, August, September 1946: Portuguese in Bermuda; Tucker Letters; Narrative of a prize court; Journal of John Harvey Darrell; survey of Bermuda part II
October, November, December 1946; Tuckers Letters; Journal of John Harvey Darrell; Prize essay; survey of Bermuda part III
April, May, June 1949: Portrait of John Green; Incomplete story of John Green; John Donne and Bermuda; Tucker Papers; Forbes Letters; Imprisoned for blockade running; growth of steam communication after the sixties
January, February, March 1952: Servants on Horseback by Wm Golding
October, November, December 1952: Tucker Papers; sloop Welcom Return; Darrell Family
Autumn 1953: British military and admiralty lands
Summer 1955: Repercussions of the gunpowder theft 1775
Spring 1956: The early life of William Browne, Governor 1782-1788
Spring 1957: Hurricane of 1813
Winter 1959: Bermuda and the French Revolution Part II
Summer 1960: Bermuda and the French Revolution Part IV
Autumn 1960: Outline of history of courts in Bermuda
Spring 1961: Shipwrecked Spaniards in 1639
Summer 1961: Bermuda-built Royal Naval ships
Spring 1962: American consular records, Civil War period
Summer 1962: Spanish Rock, Portuguese epigraphy in Bermuda 1543; Bulwark of the empire
Winter 1962: Sir Edwin Sandys 1561-1629
Spring 1964: Bermuda maritime protests
Summer 1964: Maritime protests
Autumn 1964: Witchcraft in the Somers Isles
Summer 1967: Verdmont, a history of the property
Spring 1968: Bermuda homes and American connections
Summer 1968: Reports on Bermuda by 2 18th Century Governors
Spring 1969: Civil Letters
Autumn 1969: Milton Manor near Gravesend
Spring 1971: The Bridge House, St George's
Summer 1971: Bermuda military forces 1687-1815
Spring 1973: Henry Corbusier and his times 1718-1764
Summer 1974: Story of St Anne's Church, Southampton Parish
Autumn 1976: Loyalist Governor, William Browne 1782-1788
BALLOU'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE, 1870.
St George's Gaol 1839-1897 #1909506 3-5; 199507-510
Hamilton Gaol 1846-1898 #1909511-515 item 1
Court records: #1909498 item 1-7; #109499 item 1, 3-7; #1909478- 480; #1909497 item 1-3
Land & Property: 1857078-079; 1909427-434; 1909468-477
Baptisms, burial (ADM 6/434) 1826 - 1848 film #1818341 items 5-7,9
Baptisms Confirmations (ADM 6/435) 1847 - 1946; 1849 - 1900 film #1818341
Burials (ADM 6/436) 1848 - 1946 film #1818341
Baptisms at Boaz Garrison (ADM 6/439) 1903 - 1911, 1918 film #1818341
The 'Bermuda Royal Gazette' newspaper
available on microfilm from:
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"Despatches from U.S. Consuls in Bermuda, 1818-1906"
[Microfilm ID T262, Record Group RG059, 11 reels]. These despatches
contain information about shipwrecks on the Bermuda coastline, and U.S.
Government aid to American seamen stranded in Bermuda, and are available
on microfilm from the U.S. National Archives & Records Administration.
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Public Records Office
CO 23 Colonial Office – Bahamas Original Correspondence
1-127 covers 1717-1847
File 1548 has Returns of the Sale of Slaves in Montserrat, Bermuda, Bahamas, Tobago, St Vincent
File 1617 has compensation for Guiana, Montserrat, Bermuda, Bahamas, Tobago
Church of England Records (St Thomas’ Parish Records)
Register of Births and Baptism 1792-1818 11/16 and 12/16
Births and Baptisms 1792-1818 5/16 (Record of John Lorimer)
Baptisms, 1822-1835 4/18 (records Baptisms at Wades Green Estate)
Baptisms, 1822-1835 15/18 (Free Slaves and Apprentices, 1834, Slaves 1833-4)
Baptisms, 1822-1835 16/18 (Slaves 1831-1833)
Baptisms, 1822-1835 17/18 (Black and coloured, Slaves and Free 1827-1830)
Baptisms, 1822-1835 18/18 (Black and coloured, Slaves and Free 1825-1827)
UNESCO/WTO joint Caribbean Programme
of Cultural Tourism On the Slave Route Project. started 2000
This research project involves Caribbean nations, including Bahamas, Bermuda and the Turks and Caicos Islands who are not geographically in the Caribbean Sea but fall within the economic and socio-political development of the region.