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'Index: N', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 1: 1574-1660 (1860), pp. 542-546. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=69367 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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Nahiggasucks, see Narragansetts.

Names not printed, but which may be found in the original documents, 4, 6, 33, 187, 469.
-, -, grants to, 5, 8, 13, 17, 24, 84, 97 (2).
-, -, commissions to, 177, 405, 490.
-, -, documents signed by,—
-, 1623: 39, 40.
-, 1624: 58 (2), 59, 66, 71.
-, 1625: 74 (2).
-, 1626: 77, 79, 81.
-, 1628: 88.
-, 1640: 306.
-, 1645: 326.
-, 1650: 345(2).
-, 1653: 403, 405.
-, 1654: 413.
-, 1655: 422.
-, 1656: 438.
-, 1658: 463.
-, 1660: 482(2), 486(2).
-, -, letters to, 26.

Nansamund, Virginia, 330.
-, -, river, Virginia, 66.

Narme, Alexander, 36, 38.

Narragansett's Bay, 326, 336, 338, 414, 490.
-, -, grant of, 325.

Narragansett Indians, 325, 336, 338, 490.
-, -,-, act of submission of the, 326.

Naunton, Sec. Sir Robert, letter from, 1628: 90.
-, -,-, letters to, 1620: 23, 24.

Navigation, the Act of, 390.

Navy, Commissioners of the, 406; see
-, Bourne, Nehemiah;
-, Hopkins, Edward;
-, Thompson, Robert;
-, Willoughby, Francis.
-, -,-, letters to, 1660: 480, 482.
-, -, Committee of the, 343, 345, 347–349, 351, 356, 358, 392, 395, 397, 412.
-, -,-, letters to, 1651: 357 (2), 359(2).
-, -, Treasurers of the, see
-, Hutchinson, Richard;
-, Russell, Sir William.
-, -, officers of the, letter from, 1636: 242.
-, -,-, letter to, 1636: 242.

Neale, Francis, 465.
-, -, Captain Walter, 135, 140.
-, -,-, petition of, 134, 285.

Neanticott, 490.

Needham, George, 130, 132, 139.

Negroes, 57, 124, 152, 153, 159, 167, 201, 202, 225–227, 229, 244, 247–249, 255, 270–272, 277, 280, 296, 299, 320, 324, 378, 429, 443, 482, 491.
-, -, cannibal from New England, 278.
-, -, employment of, 162, 186, 238, 279, 295.
-, -, escape of, 476.
-, -, lawfulness of keeping them in servitude, 202.
-, -, purchase, sale and exchange of, 160, 169, 189, 255–257, 271, 275, 278, 279, 283, 296, 319, 320.
-, -, rebellion of, 295.
-, -, trade for, 260.

Nelson, Robert, 488.
-, -,-, (soldier), 472.
-, -,-, William, father of, 472.

Neptune, the, 68.
-, of Bristol, the, 307.
-, of Copenhagen, the, 422.

Nest of Fecamp, Sieur de, 112.

Netherham, letter dated from, 19.

Nethersole, Sir Francis, letters from, 1624: 61, 62, 63.

Netherway (of Bristol), Richard, 409.

Netisheard, co. Norfolk, 418.

Neufville, Mons. de, French Ambassador, 415.

Nevel? Captain, 36.

Neville, Christ., letter from, 1628: 90.
-, -, Mr., 266, 372.

Nevis, Island of, 132, 146, 161, 171, 243, 291, 349, 359, 374, 381, 383, 385, 420, 456, 457, 475–477, 482.
-, -, discovery of, 75.
-, -, grant of, 85.
-, -, grant of land in, 385.
-, -, boots and shoes exported to, 377.
-, -, government of, 466.
-, -, Governors of, see
-, Warner, Thomas, 1625.
-, Kettleby, Captain John;
-, Lake, Captain Jacob;
-, Stokes, Captain Luke;
-, Russell, Major James;
-, Ward, Colonel Philip.
-, -, council and assembly of, 466.
-, -, hostilities against, 102.
-, -, mutiny in, 411.
-, -, removal of people to Jamaica from, 429, 430, 450.
-, -, burnt by the Spaniards, 102, 103, 105.
-, -, trade of, 348, 422.
-, -, Agent for, see Morton, Captain Roger.

New Albion, see New England.
-, -, Earl of, 336.

New Cambridge, patent of, 204.

New England, 6, 30, 31, 70, 140, 170, 171, 173, 178, 197, 242, 261, 263, 268, 295, 296, 317–320, 327, 336–338, 344, 353, 362, 373, 388, 391, 392, 399, 414, 415, 418, 424, 426, 429, 430, 441, 444, 450, 452, 456, 466, 471, 478, 491, 495.
-, -, charter and patent of, 30, 32, 33, 36, 46, 61, 88, 96, 97 (2), 156, 193, 194, 481.
-, -, surrender of the charter of, 204–6, 209, 256, 257.
-, -, grants and patents for land in, 24, 25, 28, 35, 40, 41, 102, 135, 137, 141, 152, 153, 173, 195, 196, 202, 204 (3), 215, 282, 286.
-, -, Admiralty jurisdiction of, 210.
-, -, complaint and petition of adventurers and inhabitants of, 124, 194, 386, 437.
-, -, arms and ammunition for, 335, 336, (2), 337, 341 (2), 344, 348, 349, 353 (2), 377, 386, 400.
-, -, advantages of sending people to, 111.
-, -, children, apprentices and planters sent and going to, 30, 31, 34–37, 174, 192, 209, 214, 266, 272–275, 286, 307, 399, 407.
-, -, pass for persons going to, 340.
-, -, reasons for emigrating to, 157.
-, -, ill effects of suffering "such swarms" to go to, 174.
-, -, proposed King's letter to encourage the sending of men and provisions to, 192.
-, -, Commissioners for, 156, 158.

New England, contributions for, 87.
-, -, money laid out in, 215.
-, -, description of, 21.
-, -, discovery of, 16, 111.
-, -, Dutch plantation in, see New Netherlands.
-, -, fishing voyages to, and fisheries in, 33–35, 37, 45, 171.
-, -, pretensions of France to, 61, 106, 152.
-, -, Dutch, French, and Turks in, 157, 239.
-, -, charter for Harvard College in, 340.
-, -, Gorges' proposal for government of, 178, 180, 191, 193, 200.
-, -, establishment of a general government in, 206, 256.
-, -, petition for government of, 285.
-, -, Governors of, 429; see also
-, Levett, Capt. Christopher, 1628.
-, Endecott, John.
-, -, ecclesiastical government in, 194, 199, 259.
-, -, want of ministers in, 157.
-, -, project for settling the profession of the Gospel in, 195.
-, -, society for propagating the Gospel in, 426.
-, -, religious and political differences and dissensions in, 179, 180, 259.
-, -, election of officers of the Council for, 36.
-, -, President of the Council for, see Gorges, Lord.
-, -, Vice Presidents of the Council for, see
-, Holderness, Earl of.
-, Mason, Capt. John.
-, -, Councillors for plantation of—
-, Alexander, Lord;
-, Arundel, Earl of;
-, Bagg, Sir James;
-, Buckingham, Marquis of;
-, Calvert, Sir George;
-, Carlisle, Earl of;
-, Digby, Sir Kenelm;
-, Hamilton, Marquis of;
-, Lenox, Duke of;
-, Lindsey, Lord;
-, Maltravers, Henry, Lord;
-, Mason, Capt. John;
-, Montague, Jas.;
-, Salisbury, Earl of;
-, Southampton, Earl of;
-, Stirling, Lord;
-, Thurles, Lord;
-, Warwick, Earl of.
-, -, Clerk of the Council for, see Boles, William.
-, -, Secretary of the Council for, see Eyre, Thomas.
-, -, Treasurer of the Council for, see Goche, Dr.

New England, Minutes of the Council for—
-, 1622 : 30–33.
-, 1623 : 35–38, 40, 45–47.
-, 1631 : 135, 137(2).
-, 1632 : 141(2), 153(4), 156(2), 157.
-, 1633 : 173.
-, 1635 : 195(2), 202, 206(2), 215.
-, 1638 : 266, 282.
-, -, petition of the Council for, 23, 140.
-, -, Admiral of, see Argoll, Sir Samuel.
-, -, Vice-Admiralty of, 212, 214; see also Mason, Capt. John.
-, -, hawks from, 215.
-, -, horses for, 142.
-, -, Commissioners from Jamaica to, see
-, Broughton, Thomas;
-, Crispin, William;
-, Madison, Robert.
-, -, removal of people to Jamaica from, 429, 450.
-, -, provision bought for Jamaica in, 431, 432, 434–437.
-, -, the King's opinion of and title to, 47, 54, 142.
-, -, map of, 195.
-, -, masts and tar from, 392, 394, 396, 398, 399.
-, -, called New or Nova Albion, and Nova Francia, 16, 32, 111, 336, 340.
-, -, planting by Justice Popham, of 119.
-, 's Plantation, or a short and true description of the commodities and discommodities of that country," 123.
-, -, size of the plantation of, 37.
-, -, narrative and observations concerning the settlement of, 111, 112, 155.
-, -, proclamations concerning, 33, 73, 122, 140.
-, -, proposals concerning, 379.
-, -, proposals for plantations in, 47, 50, 110, 308.
-, -, proposals for a post office in, 275.
-, -, shipbuilders and shipbuilding in, 158.
-, -, ships bound to, &c., 6, 38, 45, 46, 90, 184, 245, 285, 293, 307, 400, 410, 423, 439.
-, -,-, stay and release of, 174, 287.
-, -, summons to, Ballad to the tune of the Townsman's cap, 180.
-, -, staple commodities wanted in, 155.
-, -, stay of supplies for, 273.
-, -, want of supplies in, 284.
-, -, corn exported from Virginia for relief of planters in, 37, 175, 184.
-, -, town to be built in, 137.
-, -, trade of, 347, 350.
-, -, abuses of trade in, 33, 34.
-, -, reasons for customs upon produce of, 275.
-, -, prohibitive impost upon articles of necessity in, 195.

New England, tumultuous state of things in, 239.
-, -, undertakers for, 90.
-, -, welfare of, 155.
-, -, agent for, see Winslow, Edward.
-, -, the four colonies in, see
-, New Plymouth;
-, Massachusetts;
-, Connecticut;
-, New Haven.
-, -, Merchant, the, 348, 377, 400.

.Newfoundland, 4, 13, 20, 21, 23, 48, 75, 92, 93, 100, 154, 236, 246, 253, 303, 328, 349, 354, 363, 380–382, 394–396, 398, 399, 402, 403, 415, 416, 435, 441, 481.See also Avalon, Ferryland, St. John's.
-, -, grants and patents for, 9, 21, 35, 41, 42, 260.
-, -, advantages of, 25.
-, -, adventurers to, 354, 364.
-, -, division of shares of, 315.
-, -, Baltimore advised by the King to give up his plantation in, 104.
-, -, Baltimore's right to part of, 246, 247.
-, -, climate of, and severity of the weather in, 101, 246, 304.
-, -, commodities of, 92.
-, -, commission to examine into controversies in, 315, 372, 377.
-, -, Commissioners for, 382, 400, 433, 437; see also
-, Clotworthy, Alex.;
-, Griggs, Thos.;
-, Haddock, Capt. Wm.;
-, Hendy, Wm.;
-, Jones, Capt. Thos.;
-, Littlebury, John;
-, Pyle, Capt. Wm.;
-, Redwood, Capt. Nich.;
-, Sikes, Walter;
-, Street, Rob.;
-, Thoroughgood, Capt. Thos.;
-, Treworgie, John.
-, -, disorders in, 306, 315.
-, -, fisheries of, 20, 26, 92, 93, 96, 173, 174, 236, 303, 315, 355, 376, 381, 403, 441.
-, -,-, customs upon, 247, 294, 315, 355, 403.
-, -, port in England using the fishing trade of, 315.
-, -, fishing voyages to, 263, 267, 394.
-, -, Government of, 354, 403, 481.
-, -, Governors of, see
-, Guy, John, 1611.
-, Mason, Capt. John, 1620.
-, Slaney, John, 1627.
-, Hill, Capt. Wm.;
-, Winne, Capt.;
-, Aston, Sir Arthur.

Newfoundland, President of, see Meddus, Dr. James.
-, -, hawks from, 9.
-, -, hostilities against, 93, 96, 329.
-, -, houses built in, 86, 481.
-, -, power of the King to give laws to, 174.
-, -, laws, rules, and ordinances for, 382, 404.
-, -, merchants trading to, 61, 246, 252, 394.
-, -, mines in, 92.
-, -, mortality in, 101.
-, -, papers and petitions concerning, 20, 21, 25, 173, 174, 246, 252, 307, 394, 452.
-, -, papists in, 94.
-, -, pirates in, 26, 82, 246.
-, -, planters taken to, 236, 304, 307, 312.
-, -, proclamation of, 20.
-, -, ships bound to, 380–382, 400, 404, 456.
-, -,-, but taken by pirates, 93, 214.
-, -, English ships for protection of, 93–95, 329, 425, 481.
-, -, trade of, 443.

New France, see Canada.

New Hampshire, grants of, 102, 202, 204, 209.

New Haven, New England, 390, 391, 430, 497.

New Netherlands, 18, 26, 27, 141, 142, 144, 156.
-, -, forts of, see Fort Amsterdam.
-, -, Governor of, see Twilley, Gualter of.
-, -, history of the colony of, 143.

New Plymouth, 40, 144, 194, 325, 336, 338, 355, 376, 377, 401.
-, -, patent of, 471.
-, -, Governor of, see Bradford, Wm.
-, -, agents for, see
-, Rounce, —
-, Holden, Randal.
-, -, Treasurer for, see Sherly, —.

New Scotland, see Nova Scotia.

New Westminster, Providence Island, 149, 271.

New York, proposals to build, 47.

Newark, letter dated from, 69.

Newcastle, letter dated from, 294.
-, -, Earl of, see Cavendish, Wm.

Newgate, 491.

Newhaven, France, 2.

Newichawannacke, New England, 359.

Newman, John, 178, 180.
-, -, Capt., 233–239, 248, 260, 262, 263, 267, 275, 277, 278, 283, 290, 292, 294, 299, 303, 304, 308, 312, 313, 316, 375.
-, -,-, commission and instructions to, 238.
-, -,, imprisonment of, 271, 290, 299.
-, -, Mr., brother of the preceding, 316.

Newport, Capt. Christ., Admiral of Virginia, 7, 8, 12, 68.
-, -, discoveries of, 6.

Newport, New England, 354.
-, -,-, grant to inhabitants of, 325.

Newport News, Virginia, 39, 43.
-, -, letters dated from, 42, 208.
-, -, muster of, 72.

Neyle, Rich., Archbishop of York, commission to, 177.

Nicaragua, 225.

Nicholas, Edward, Secretary to the Duke of Buckingham, and to the Admiralty; Clerk of the Privy Council and Secretary of State, 83, 95, 135, 136, 197–199, 216, 233, 236, 242, 266, 293, 316, 317, 322, 481, 483, 488–490, 494.
-, -,-, letters from and notes by —
-, 1624 : 59.
-, 1629 : 102.
-, 1631 : 136.
-, 1634 : 176.
-, 1635 : 197, 198, 216.
-, 1638 : 273.
-, 1640 : 315.
-, 1641 : 317.
-, -, letters to —
-, 1624 : 57.
-, 1625 : 75.
-, 1626 : 82.
-, 1627 : 83, 84.
-, 1629 : 101.
-, 1635 : 212.
-, 1636 : 198, 199, 221, 239.
-, 1637 : 244.
-, 1638 : 266, 282.
-, 1660 : 489, 496.
-, -, John, letter to, 1624 : 59.
-, -, Richard, petition of, 225.

Noble, George, petition of, 154.

Noel, Capt. Thomas, 408.

Noell, Martin, 348, 362, 404, 421, 423, 425–427, 432, 433, 441, 443, 445, 446, 452, 463, 466, 468.
-, -,-, petitions of, 421, 422, 424, 428, 436, 451.

Norfolk, 82, 418.

North, Dudley, Lord, 21, 85.
-, -, Sir Roger, letter from, 1628 : 90.
-, -, Capt. Roger, Deputy Governor of the Guiana Company, 21, 23, 77–79, 85, 105, 200.
-, -,-, committed to the Tower and liberated, 78.
-, -,-, petition of, 83.

Northampton, Earl of, see Howard, Henry.

Northborn, letter dated from, 24.

Northumberland, Earls of, see
-, Percy, Algernon;
-, Percy, Henry.

Norton, Capt., 42.
-, -, George, 141.
-, -,-, grant to, 137.M

Norton, Richard, grant to, 137.
-, -, Robert, grant to, 137.
-, -, Lieutenant Colonel Walter, grants to, 137, 141.

Norumbega River, 2.

"Norweesers" in Antigua, 439, 440.

Norwich, Mayor of, 37, 40.

Norwood, Richard, letters from—
-, 1642: 323.
-, 1645: 326.
-, 1647: 228.
-, -,-, daughter of, 327.

Nottingham, letter dated from, 69.
-, -, Earl of, see Howard, Charles.

Nova Albion, see New Albion.

Nova Francia, see New France.

Nova Scotia, 113, 120, 129, 204, 214,441, 456, 463, 469, 471, 472, 474–476, 484, 485, 488, 493, 494, 496, 497.
-, -, grants and patents for, 84, 444, 447.
-, -, baronets of, 293.
-, -, commodities of, 471.
-, -, the Company of, 466, 469, 473, 489.
-, -,-, letters to, 471, 474.
-, -, copper from, 478.
-, -, disputes concerning title of, 484, 485, 496, 497 (4).
-, -, title of England to, 453.
-, -, expedient concerning differences as to, 470.
-, -, fisheries and fishing trade in, 152, 171, 471, 478.
-, -, forts of, 469, 476; and see Le Have, Cape Sable.
-, -, pretensions of France to, 106, 119, 152.
-, -, mines in, 478.
-, -, planting of, by Justice Popham, 119.
-, -, restitution of, 493.
-, -, trade of, 466, 471, 473.
-, -, voyages to, 84.
-, -, Lieutenant-Governor of, see Temple, Col. Thomas.
-, -, see also Acadia.

Noye, William, Attorney General, 1631–1634: 140, 141, 155, 173, 174.
-, -,-, letters from—
-, 1632: 140, 155.
-, 1634: 174.

Nuce, Capt., death of, 41, 42.
-, -,-, widow and child of, 43.

Nulls, Sir John, 317.

Nutt, John, 395, 398.



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