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Fullerton, John



  • Usage: 1720s

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

A Brief Account of the Massacre of the English att Judda, and the Subsequent Transactions - 1727

 Item — Box 1
Identifier: B1844(4)
Scope and Contents

The document states at the top that it was written by John Fullerton, purser aboard the Prince George. Under the title is written: (Louis Talia [?]ando, abstinet e Lachrymis). This is an abridged version of the account Fullerton wrote in his commonplace book, document #B144(5), but it is a formal account rather than the much emended commonplace book.

Dates: 1717-1728

A Short Memorial of the Affairs of Ship Prince George at Judda, 1728, December 1727, and 1728

 Item — Box 1
Identifier: B1845
Scope and Contents A formal document written by John Fullerton and Thomas [Cross] from onboard the Prince George in the port of Bengal, addressed to the Honorable Henry Frankland, esq, President and governor of Fort William, and the owners of the ship Prince George, dated simply 1728. It also contains an undated postscript signed by Fullerton and [Cross]. Appended to this is a duplicate of a letter digned by Fullerton and sent from Jeddah and received at Mocha by Mr. Edward Cateret and Captain Charles...
Dates: December 1727, and 1728

Commonplace Book, 1717-1728

 Item — Box 1
Identifier: B1844(5)
Scope and Contents Fullerton, as a purser of the Prince George (and possibly other ships), records products that sell well in the China trade, both goods from China and European goods to China; details weights and measures in varioius places; records gifts to be presented to the Basha and other dignataries at Jeddah in 1727; he lists prices of goods as well as an account of goods sold on behalf of the owners of the Prince George to customers at Jeddah. It also includes copies of day-to-day correspondence,...
Dates: 1717-1728