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'Index: N', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 12: 1685-1688 and Addenda 1653-1687 (1899), pp. 695-698. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=70650 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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Nancy (France), 791.

Nanticokes (Indians), 1,360, 1,434, 1,440, 1,664, 1,683, 1,916.

Narborough, Sir John, 1,611, 1,639, 1,640, 1,670, 1,705, p. 536.
-, -,-, death of, 1,777.

NARRAGANSETT COUNTRY, the, 431, 432, 696, 750, 819, 925, 1,093, 1,105, 1,319, 1,496, 1,594, 1,694, 1,695, 1,877, 2,050, 2,156, 2,158.
-, -,-, petition of proprietors of, 91, 115I.
-, -,-, address of proprietors of, 278, 605.
-, -,-, petition of justices of, 1,059.
-, -,-, temporary government of, 350I., 384, 702.
-, -,-, Sir E. Andros's report on, 1,414V.

Nashaway river, 2,074.

Navy, the Royal, a mutinous officer and his punishment. See Butler, Lieut. Henry.
-, -,-, and the North American Colonies, 51.
-, -,-, and the Acts of Trade and Navigation, 160, 323, and see H.M. ships Crown, Diamond, Deptford, Dartmouth, Drake, Falcon, Quaker, Ruby, Greyhound, Kingfisher, Lark, Mermaid, Mary Rose, Rose.
-, -,-, letters to commissioners of (before 1685): —1,995, 1,997, 1,999, 2,042, 2,043.

Neale, Thomas, a commissioner of the mint, letters signed by, 944II., III., VII.

Ned (an Indian), 356.

Nedhamor Needham, Colonel George, 700, 772, 778, 1,576, 1,624, 1,651, 1,656, 1,762, 1,782, 1,906I., 1,933.

Negril, point (Jamaica), 226I., 251, 1,449II., 1,477.

Nelson, Henry, 1,140, 1,368.

Nepho, Jerome, 2,115, 2,120.

Netambonet (an Indian), 356.

Netheway, John, 471, 1,503.

NEVIS, 257, 488, 489, 609, 621, 678I., 774, 852, 1,178, 1,232, 1,567, pp. 511–513, 1,706, 2,102.
-, -, Deputy-Governor of. See Burt, William.
-, -, Council of, names of, which see,
-, Belchamber, Thomas.
-, Carpenter, Henry.
-, Earles, Edward.
-, Gardiner, Samuel.
-, Jory, Joseph.
-, King, Nathaniel.
-, Lanhather, Daniel.
-, Lea, Philip.
-, -,-, minutes of, 121, 151, 163, 624, 627, 768, 1,094, 1,249, 1,274, 1,291,. 1,622, 1,675, 1,767, 1,784, 1,797, 1,813, 2,134.
-, -, Assembly of, ten members, names of, which see,
-, Adye, John.
-, Bartlet, Thomas.
-, Burley, Edward.
-, Broadbelt, Richard.
-, Hill, John.
-, Kirtland, Ebenezer.
-, Kitt, William.
-, Pellet, William.
-, Pemberton, Robt.
-, Smargin, John.
-, Smith, Daniel.r
-, Stanley, John.
-, Symonds, Walter.
-, Wall, Jasper.
-, -,-, journals of, 1685: —38, 39, 79, 135, 152, 164, 337, 355, 423, 443, 471, 479.
-, 1686:—547, 556, 557, 606, 625, 648, 850, 912, 995.
-, 1687:—1,141, 1,200, 1,273, 1,290, 1,380, 1,420, 1,425, 1,503.
-, 1688:—1,824, 1,857, 1,872, 1,880, 1,902, 1,925, 1,934, 1,935, 1,938.
-, -, King James proclaimed in, 199.
-, -, Government House to be built in, 1,020.
-, -, admiralty proceedings in, 910, 913, 1,076, 1,111I.
-, -, military and defence, 479.
-, -, repair of the forts, 135, 337, 355, 471.
-, -, provision of ammunition, 135, 152, 163.
-, -, and the Royal African Company, 771, 1,081.
-, -, regulations for negroes in, 557.
-, -, act to regulate transported convicts, 625.

Newbery, Walter, letters from, 749, 1,702.

Newbold, Thomas, 652.

New Bristol (New England), 350II., 1,110, 1,172.

Newbury (New England), 350II.

Newbury, Benjamin, 1,534I., II.

NEWCASTLE (Delaware), 72, 416III., V., 530, 1,898.
-, -, (Nevis), 79.

Newcone (an Indian), 356.

NEW ENGLAND, 1,232, 1,234, 1,235, 1,821.
-, -, the despatch of commissioners to, 1663:—2,022.
-, -, Governor's salary increased, 1,789.
-, -, Governor of. See Andros, Sir Edmund.
-, -, President of. See Dudley, Joseph.
-, -, Secretary of. See Randolph, Edward.
-, -, Treasurer of. See Usher, John.
-, -, letters to President and Council, 425, 434–437, 702I., 796, 926, 1,074.
-, -, letters from President and Council, 702, 735, 790, 925.
-, -, orders of, 713, 888.
-, -, names of councillors recommended, 1,197I.
-, -, minutes of Council, 784, 1,093, 1,098, 1,110, 1,117, 1,149, 1,157, 1,172, 1,183, 1,188, 1,236, 1,244, 1,266, 1,268, 1,287, 1,319, 1,345, 1,362, 1,373, 1,386, 1,407, 1,412, 1,415, 1,423, 1,444, 1,447, 1,451, 1,466, 1,473, 1,497, 1,525, 1,530, 1,537, 1,549, 1,568, 1,578, 1,896IV., XVI.–XVIII., 2,129–2,133, 2,135–2,150, 2,152–2,156, 2,158–2,162.
-, -, temporary government for, 319, 328, 333, 350I.–III., 384.
-, -, the reconstitution of, 50, 190, 333, 357, 607, 655, 680, 856, 917, 1,194, 1,195, 2,127.
-, -, Pemaquid to be annexed to, 736, 902.
-, -, Rhode Island to be annexed to, 844.
-, -, Connecticut to be annexed to, 844.
-, -, New York and New Jersey to be annexed to, 1,674, 1,688.
-, -, the Governor's commission for the reconstituted Colony, 1,674, 1,688.
-, -, flag of, 1,689.
-, -, new Governor appointed, 710–712.
-, -, new officials of, 468–470, 473, 1,267.
-, -,-, opposition to, 831, 854.
-, -, the rights saved, notwithstanding forfeiture of charter, 333.
-, -, press laws in, 1,116.
-, -, acts of, 1,357, 1,455.
-, -, the question of the mint at Boston, 762, 909, 929, 944, 944I.–VII.
-, -, question of foreign coins in, 1,172.
-, -, mines in, 901, 1,629, 1,774, 1,809, 1,818, 1,820, 1,840, 1,850, 1,855, 1,859, 1,863.
-, -, revenue of, 1,414II.
-, -, refusal of inhabitants to pay rates, 1,444, 1,466.
-, -, loyal addresses from, 1,793.
-, -, pirates in, 70, 226I.
-, -, opposition to Anglicanism in, 794, 1,195, 1,676.
-, -, loyal address to the King from, 1,539.
-, -, the new Council of, 1,702.
-, -, disputes with France over fisheries, 925, 1,198.
-, -, MILITARY AND DEFENCE: —
-, -,-, two companies of regulars for, 832.
-, -,-, military stores for, 860.
-, -,-, account of stores, etc., in forts of, 1,077, 1,197.
-, -,-, wintering of King's ships on the station, 1,511, 1,512.
-, -, shipping returns, 1,078, 1,583.

NEWFOUNDLAND, 1,369, 2,003, 2,032, 2,033, 2,038, 2,046.
-, -, illicit trading to, 1,097, p. 330, 1,507I., 1,955.

New France. See Canada.

NEW HAMPSHIRE, 69, 118, 145, 146, 157, 1,105, 2,131.
-, -, letter from Council of, 796.
-, -, temporary government of, 350I., 384.
-, -, the reconstitution of, 357.
-, -, its records removed to Boston, 796, 801.
-, -, the proclamation of King James, 146.

Newbury, the battle of, 1,017I.
-, -, the troubles with Robert Mason, 20, 118, 145, 325, 748, 757.
-, -, effects of Monmouth's rebellion in, 182.
-, -, treaty with Indians, 356.

NEW HAVEN (Connecticut), 388, 1,534I., III.

Newington Green, 794.

NEW JERSEY, 12, 166, 170, 1,146II., p. 333, p. 334, 1,250, 1,494, 1,818, 1,822, 1,895.
-, -, its charter to be impeached, 283, 304, 319, 411, 632, 645, 2,112.
-, -,-, protest against the impeachment, 1,342.
-, -, annexed to New England, 1,901.
-, -, EAST, proclamation of King James, 158.
-, -,-, encroachments of, on New York, 10, 186.
-, -,-, proposed annexation of, to New York, 1,014, p. 327, p. 433, p. 438, p. 499.
-, -,-, protest against the proposal, 1,342.
-, -,-, petition of proprietors, 1,690, 1,691, 1,737, 1,738.
-, -,-, to be included in New England, 1,674, 1,688.
-, -,-, its complaints against New York, 1,279, 1,301, 1,310, 1,342.
-, -,-, privileges given in consequence, 1,398.
-, -,-, and Indian trade, 23.
-, -,-, resists the King's revenue officers, 261.
-, -,-, assists New York, 1,756.

New Kent County (Virginia), 1,914.

Newland, Captain, 1,258.

New London (Connecticut), p. 329, 1,534I., III., 1,877.

NEW PLYMOUTH, 1,093, 1,868, 2,161.
-, -, Governor of. See Hinckley, Thomas.
-, -, General Court of, 219.
-, -,-, letters from, 147.
-, -, its boundaries, 1,826.
-, -, temporary government of, 350III.
-, -, loyal addresses from, 1,793.

Newport (Rhode Island), 750, 1,110.

NEW PROVIDENCE (Bahamas), p. 51, 591, p. 275, p. 295, 1,128, 1,142, 1,212, 1,406, 1,449, 1,555, 1,704, 1,725, 1,746, 1,835.

Newton, Samuel, 2,077.

Newtown (New York), 1,013.

NEW YORK, 10, 22, 23, 45, 181, 722, 724, 737, 738, 785–787.
-, -, general account of, 1,160.
-, -, Governor of. See Dongan, Thomas.
-, -, Governor and Council, letters and addresses from, 185.
-, -,-,-, to, 707.
-, -, Council of, names of, which see, Brockholes, Anthony.
-, Flipson, Frederick.
-, Morris, Lewis.
-, Palma, J.
-, Santen, Lucas.
-, Sprag, J.
-, Van Cortlandt, S.
-, Young, John.
-, -,-, increase of, recommended, 1,146.
-, -,-, minutes of, 862, 867, 870, 875, 877, 882, 886, 894, 899, 903, 915, 937, 951, 954, 960, 982, 987, 990, 1,012, 1,028, 1,038, 1,039, 1,051, 1,058, 1,063, 1,070, 1,072, 1,075, 1,092, 1,095, 1,096, 1,100, 1,101, 1,109, 1,115, 1,117, 1,125, 1,130, 1,133, 1,147, 1,154, 1,589, 1,591, 1,603, 1,616, 1,625, 1,637, 1,647, 1,665, 1,678, 1,680, 1,682, 1,692, 1,699, 1,701, 1,711, 1,719, 1,727, 1,735, 1,750, 1,873.
-, -, encroachments of New Jersey on, 10, 186, 1,250.
-, -, the reconstitution of, 37, 42, 44, 45, 2,106.
-, -, address of mayor and corporation of, 1,250.
-, -, to be included with New England, 1,674, 1,688.
-, -, grants of crown lands in, 890, 936, 952, 988, 1,005, 1,013, 1,040.
-, -, and Indians, 23, 315, 886, 889, p. 328.
-, -, and the fur trade, pp. 327–329.
-, -, privateers at, 315.
-, -, French Protestants in, 1,146IV., 1,354.
-, -, as to postal service in, 23.
-, -, land grants, 820.
-, -, Mayor and Common Council of, address from, 186.
-, -, MILITARY, 387, 1,160, 1,582, 1,874, 1,875.
-, -,-, regulations for militia, 867.
-, -,-, the two independent companies, 1,080, 1,853.
-, -,-, preparations for attacking the French, 1,665.
-, -,-, officers for the independent companies, 1,709.
-, -,-, survey of fortifications, 1,930.

NIAGARA, p. 328, p. 329, p. 409, p. 410, 1,416, 1,427I., 1,428, 1,429III., 1,436, 1,479, 1,480, p. 462, 1,638, 1,638I., IV.–XI., XIV., 1,896II., X.

Nicaragua, 1,127.

Nicholas, John, a clerk of the Privy Council, documents signed by, 25, 228, 229, 736, 944, 946, 1,132, 1,484, 1,623, 1,636, 1,769, 1,770, 1,795.

Nichols, James, alias Petitbois, 628.

Nicholls, Matthias, 870, 873–875, 893, 1,085, 1,146, 1,160V.

Nicholson, Captain Francis, 1,709, 1,896 XVII., 1,912, 1,930.
-, -,-, letter from, 1,870.
-, -, John, 1,702.

Nicoia, 87.

Nicolls, William, 952, p. 331, p. 333, 1,160VIII.

Nipissing Indians, 968.

Noddle's Island (Boston), 138.

Nomeny (an Indian), 356.

Normansell, R., letter from, 933.

North, Francis, Lord Guildford, joint letters signed by, 2, 45, 198.

North, Dudley, a commissioner of customs, letters signed by, 326, 386, 390, 491, 559, 589I., 613, 670, 675, 676, 730, 776I., 792, 917I., 1,015, 1,097, 1,124, 1,221, 1,227, 1,288, 1,328, 1,337, 1,461, 1,512, 1,596, 1,809, 1,828, 1,837.

Northampton (New England), 350II.

Northern Neck (Virginia), 1,475.

Northfield (New England), 1,868, p. 589, 1,877I.–III., 1,896X., p. 608.

Nottingham, Earl of. See Finch, Daniel.

NOVA SCOTIA, 1,197, 1,413, 2,073, 2,076.
-, -, French maltreatment of English Fishermen in, 280, 1,198.
-, -, its boundaries westward, 1,826.

Nowell, Abraham, 503.

Nowell, Captain, R.N., 1,705.
-, -, Robert, 1,838.
-, -, Samuel, 1,85–,861, 1,878, 1,879, 1,915.

Nugent, Thomas, 520, 1,528.

Nujanicks (Indians), 968.



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