Vancouver, George, 1758 - 1798 (explorer)
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Vindicating the reputation of Lieutenant Hergest and informing Gooch of the execution of those people who were an accessory to the massacre.
Concerning his deceased son's salary and will, and offering his condolences.
Concerning the date of his son's death and the payment of his salary, and including an extract from a letter by George Vancouver respecting the sale of Mr Gooch's effects at Nootka Sound.
On the proving of Mr Gooch's will and payment of his salary, and clarifying the date of his death (10 May 1792).
Providing directions with regard to his son's will.
Concerning the bill of sale of his son's effects.
Concerning the money raised by the sale of his son's effects and the appointment of John Crosley as William Gooch's replacement as astronomer.
Regarding money owed by and to his son.
Regarding the settling of his son's accounts.
Concerning a delay in the departure and his expected duties as astronomer.
- ARCHON code (for CUL materials): Archives and MSS Dept. (GBR/0012) X