<1754><Wednesday Febry. 27th>
Earl of Halifax, Mr. Grenville, Mr. Oswald.
<North Carolina> Mr. Dobbs attending with Mr. Abercromby Agent for North Carolina, they were call 'd in, and their Lordships took into Consideration Mr. Dobbs's Memorial to His Majesty for Ordnance Stores for the Fort built at Cape Fear, and Mr. Abercromby produced to their Lordships several Papers in proof of the Allegations of the Memorial; but it appearing to their Lordships that they had not sufficient Information whereon to ground a Report to the Council upon their Affair, the further Consideration of it was postpon'd untill Mr. Dobbs should be able to transmit to their Lordships more particular Information with respect to the several Matters set forth in his Mem[oria]l. [ . . . ]