Letter from John Fiott to Mr de Gruchy describing the session of the Royal Court at which the letters patent of George III, pardoning Nicholas Fiott were presented.

Reference: L/C/88/A/31

Date: July 3rd 1771

Letter from John Fiott, London to his father Nicholas Fiott, St Helier concerning his book on the Island of Jersey

Reference: L/C/88/A/33

Date: October 7th 1771

Copies of correspondence from agents in Alicante to Nicholas Fiott concerning cargos, prices and sales of goods

Reference: L/C/88/A/34

Date: November 12th 1771

Memorandum concerning a cargo of wood to be shipped from Onega [Russia?] and consigned to Nicholas Fiott to be delivered to Godfrey Thornton

Reference: L/C/88/A/35

Date: 1771

Letter from Dr [John] Shebbeare to Nicholas Fiott concerning Philip Lempriere's proposed visit to Jersey and a petition to the Crown listing grievances against the 'tyrants in Jersey'

Reference: L/C/88/A/39

Date: April 24th 1772

Typed copy of L/C/88/A/40 - Letter from Dr [John] Shebbeare to Nicholas Fiott concerning Philip Lempriere's proposed visit to Jersey and a petition to the Crown listing grievances against the 'tyrants in Jersey'

Reference: L/C/88/A/40

Date: April 24th 1772

Letter from Nicholas Fiott to his son [John] asking him to fetch the cargo of timber at Onega

Reference: L/C/88/A/41

Date: May 12th 1772

Letter from John Fiott to his father Nicholas Fiott concerning the transport of the cargo of timber at Onega to Jersey

Reference: L/C/88/A/44

Date: July 15th 1772

Draft letter from John Fiott to his father Nicholas Fiott concerning the cost of transporting a cargo of timber at Onega to Jersey

Reference: L/C/88/A/46

Date: July 4th 1772

Accounts of the ship Four Friends, Captain James Mather with Nicholas Fiott of Jersey

Reference: L/C/88/A/47

Date: 1773

Procuration. Nicholas Fiott senior and Jeanne Remon his wife appoint Philippe Laurens son of Philippe and Charles Poingdestre son of Jean as their procureurs.

Reference: L/C/88/A/48

Date: January 16th 1773

Draft letter from John Fiott, London to Nicholas Fiott concerning the family business and giving news of friends

Reference: L/C/88/A/53

Date: November 11th 1774

Draft correspondence from John Fiott, London to John Le Geyt and his father Nicolas Fiott concerning a trade scheme for Florida

Reference: L/C/88/A/59

Date: March 23rd 1775 - March 24th 1775

Partial, draft correspondence from John Fiott to his father Nicolas Fiott in Jersey concerning the money to be distributed amongst the poor French refugees in Jersey

Reference: L/C/88/A/65

Date: January 16th 1775 - January 20th 1775

Copies of correspondence from de Gruchy and Fiott to Nicolas Fiott the shipping business including trade with Holland

Reference: L/C/88/A/75

Date: January 12th 1779 - February 8th 1779

Letter from John Fiott to his father Nicolas Fiott concerning finances, commissions and his brother's health

Reference: L/C/88/A/77

Date: May 2nd 1780

Letter from John Fiott to his father Nicolas Fiott concerning French protestant refugees in Jersey and London and asking for proof of the burial of Baron de Rullecourt so that his wife can receive a pension and Trinity Houses' proposals to place lights on the Needle and Hurst Castle

Reference: L/C/88/A/78

Date: March 9th 1781

Letter from John Fiott to Nicolas Fiott his father concerning the Fiott coat of arms

Reference: L/C/88/A/80

Date: October 17th 1781

Letter from John Fiott to Nicolas Fiott his father concerning his forthcoming marriage to Harriet Lee

Reference: L/C/88/A/81

Date: October 24th 1781

Letter from John Fiott to Nicolas Fiott his father concerning his forthcoming marriage to Harriet Lee and the 'affair of Meleches'

Reference: L/C/88/A/82

Date: December 3rd 1781

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