Uncatalogued: Financial accounts kept by Roger Carter, Captain of the KATHERINE and HART PINKE
|Gallery location||Not on display|
|Biographical details||HART PINKE voyaged from Newfoundland to Lisbon in 1704.|
|Description||Financial accounts, lists, receipts and inventories kept by Roger Carter, Captain of the KATHERINE galley and HART PINKE, 1704 to 1707.
Official document dated circa 1722 to 1725, hand written in Spanish, content concerning 'negros esclavos inesta America' (black slaves from unstable America). The document is stamped with royal governmental approval and contains clerk signatures. Contextually presumed to be associated with Roger Carter's movements in Lisbon and Gibraltar.
Official document dated 1555, written in governmental official style handwriting, in Spanish, associated with master brother Bartolo de Miranda possibly referring to Spanish priest Bartolomé Carranza (1503-1576). The account concerns the origins of the cause of deterioration and shrinking of commerce generally, and the property of businessmen and sources of income; how and where losses have occurred, to intervene and restore commerce.