It would seem that the difficulties that our Cadwallader (JO-1) was having with the folks as Governor of the Bahamas had reached the attention of those in London. A letter found in the British Public Record Office, Colonial Entry Book Vol. 22, p. 224 is shown below. It is dated "12th of Apll. 1693" and is taken from "Records in the British Public Record Office Relating to South Carolina 1691 - 1697" [found at The University of Alabama main library - F272.679 v.3]
Note: On the international front, James II was actively seeking to regain his throne in England. [Known as Jacobite Plots] A detailed discussion of this can be found in The Historians History of The World, by Williams, Vol. 20, [for the year 1693, see pp. 432 - 446.] published 1907.