The Gambian National Archives, Banjul, The Gambia
CO 1/1: Dispatches- Extracts from Sierra Leone Series Correspondence 1814 onwards.
British National Archives, Kew London
T70 Series: Company of Royal Adventurers of England Trading with Africa and successors: Records 1669-1833. The Gambia journals begin at T55, while there are several ledgers that contain letters from the Royal Africa Company to all their holdings on the coast. There are several journals written in London that have been derived from letters and books sent to the company from James Fort. The journals have account details for all posts on the Gambia that were to report to James Fort as the central office, including Juffure.
T70/4: Extracts of Letters June 20, 1720 to May 1, 1746.
T70/19: Abstract of Letters received by the Royal African Company of England so far as relate to the Committee of Accounts no. 2 from November 3 1714 to August 4 1719.
T70/29: Committee letters July 11 1751 to 1763.
T70/30: Letters from the Coast of Africa to the Committee of Merchants Trading in Africa 1753–1758.
T70/55: Copies of letters sent by the Royal African Company of England to the Gambia, Dec 1 1720 to May 19 1737.
T70/56: Copies of Letters Sent by the Royal African Company of England to Gambia no. 2. Sept 29 1737 to 1751.
T70/561: Gambia Journal G. From Jan. 1 1734 to June 30 1734. Received in Accountants Office July 28 1735 (In Gambia called journal F).
T70/563: Gambia Journal I, Jan. 1, 1735 to June 30, 1735. Received Feb. 16, 1736/7.
T70/565: Gambia Journal L, From Jan. 1 1736 to June 30 1736.
T70/574: Journal of the Gambia U. From July 1 1740 to Dec. 31 1740.
T70 847: Gambia Ledger G. From Jan. 1 1734 to June 30 1734. Received in the Accounts Office July 28, 1735. (J in Gambia).
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