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'Index of Places and Things: N, O', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 39: 1732 (1939), pp. 343-352. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=72668 Date accessed: 22 November 2014.


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Nancy, sloop, passengers for, 81.
-, -,-,complaint concerning, 81, 81 i.

Naval Officers. See under Separate Colonies.

Naval Stores. See under Plantations; and Separate Colonies.

Navy, the Royal, hemp for, 23.
-, -,-,Act of Parliament to encourage, 23.
-, -, pines and white oaks for, 85.
-, -, pine trees reserved for in Nova Scotia, 129 p. 83.
-, -, H.M. Ships:—
-, Deal Castle.
-, Dursley.
-, Gosport.
-, Lyon.
-, Romney.
-, Salisbury.
-, Scarborough.
-, Sheerness.
-, -, woods in Nova Scotia reserved for, 85.
-, Nevis; and see Leeward Islands.
-, -, Act for establishing the Court of King's Bench, referred, 477.
-, -, Assembly of, minutes, 48 v.
-, -,-,Speaker of. See Dasent, John.
-, -, Council of, minutes of, 48 vii.
-, -,-,President of. See Smith, Michael; Richardson, John.
-, -, Council and Assembly, address from, 72.
-, -,-,representation on decay of sugar trade, causes of, 72, 80, 80 xxv.
-, -, Councillors. See Bridgwater, Charles, Jr.; Richardson, John; Smith, Michael.
-, -, inhabitants of, cause of decline of, 72 p. 40.
-, -, sugar, rum, molasses exported to Northern Colonies from, account of, 98 ii.
-, -, trade of, decline of 72 p. 40.

Newdigate (Newgate), convicts of, general pardon for, 187.

New England; and see New Hampshire; Massachusetts Bay.
-, -, Act prohibiting sale of rum to Indians, 86, 142.
-, -, Acts for preventing the sale of rum to Indians, to be transmitted, 75.
-, -, Assembly of, 412.
-, -, boundary with Nova Scotia, disputed, 37 i (ii).
-, -, by boat keepers in Newfoundland, 404 i (xxx),
-, -, Church Governments in, 85.
-, -, coast of, fortifications on, 515 i.
-, -, Constitution of, nature of, 87 p. 53.
-, -, Court, Admiralty, dispute concerning, 99, 99 i.
-, -,-,-,-,conduct of Mass. Bay, 99, 99 i.
-, -,-,-, importance of supporting jurisdiction in, 338.
-, -,-,-, Judge of. See Byfield, Nathaniel; Menzies, John.
-, -, drawback allowed for goods exported, 87 p. 60.
-, -, exports, value of, 31 i p. 22.
-, -, fishery at Canso, 439 ii, 497 i.
-, -, Governor of. See Shute, Samuel; Belcher, Jonathan.
-, -, Governor, of, Commander of Militia in Rhode Island, 192 i.
-, -, hats, manufacture of, 54, 87 pp. 58, 60.
-, -, Indians, articles of Peace with, 454 p. 251.
-, -,-,disturbances by, 455 p. 254.
-, -, inhabitants of, treatment of foreigners, 129 p. 83.
-, -, iron in, 54, 87 p. 60.
-, -, iron works, 87 p. 58.
-, -,-,growth of, 406 p. 231.
-, -, labour in, price of, 87 p. 58.
-, -, leather manufacture in, 87 p. 58.
-, -, manufactures in, 87 p. 58, 238 p. 123.
-, -,-,growth of, 406 p. 231.
-, -, paper for, of foreign manufacture, 87 p. 54.
-, -, rum for Virginia from, 31 p. 22.
-, -, rum, sugar, molasses, 87 p. 60.
-, -, settlers from, at Torrington, 85.
-, -, shipping, 37 i (vi).
-, -,-,amount of, 31 i p. 23.
-, -,-,for France and Spain built in, 54, 87 p. 60.
-, -, ships in Newfoundland, 404 I (xxx, lvi).
-, -,-,seamen enticed by, 404 I (lvii, lviii).
-, -, trade of, 87 p. 58, 259 iv.
-, -,-,with foreign Plantations, complaint concerning, 80 xxiii.
-, -,-,with French Islands, report upon, 142.
-, -,-,with French and Dutch, representation upon, 80 iv.
-, -,-,with Jamaica, 328 p. 188.
-, -,-,with Newfoundland, 404 p. 225.
-, -,-,with Portugal, 54.
-, -,-,with Spain, 54.
-, -,-,with Virginia, 406 p. 230.
-, -, trade and manufacture of, account of, 54.
-, -,-,report upon, by Colonel and Jeremiah Dunbar, 294 i.
-, -, Treasury, supply of, 412.
-, -, whale fishery, sloops engaged in, at Canso, 439 i.
-, -, H.M. woods in, reserved for the Navy, undertaker for, charges against, 359 p. 201.
-, -, woollen manufacture in, 54.

Newfoundland, Act (King William) relating to fishery, alteration of, 148.
-, -, Bay of Bulls, round house for, 404.
-, -, Bona Vista, harbour damaged, 404 i (xvi).
-, -,-,prison for, 404.
-, -, by boat keepers, 404 i (xxi).
-, -, Canso. See Canso.
-, -, Carbonier, harbour damaged, 404 i (xvi)
-, -, Conception Bay, round house for, 404.
-, -, convoy for, 166.
-, -,-,Commodore of. See Beauclerc.
-, -,-,-, heads of Enquiry for, 217.
-, -, disorders in, 63, 162 i, 163 i.
-, -, Ferryland, prison for, 404.
-, -,-, ships at, passengers for, 81.
-, -, fishery of, abuses in, Governor's Proclamation concerning, 148 i.
-, -,-,account of, 148, 404 i p. 224.
-, -,-,debts of, method of collecting, 148 i.
-, -,-,French encroachments upon, 238 p. 123.
-, -,-,malt and spirits for, 31 i p. 23.
-, -,-,merchants trading with, memorial from, 162 i, 163 i.
-, -,-,reply to Heads of Enquiry, 404 i.
-, -,-,rum and molasses for, 31 i p. 23.
-, -,-,Scheme of, 235, 404 ii.
-, -, fishing Admirals, 404 i pp. 222–224.
-, -,-,charges against, 148.
-, -,-,-, Proclamation concerning, 148 i.
-, -,-,disputes with Justices of the Peace, 74, 82, 206 i.
-, -,-,-, effect of, 49, 74.
-, -,-,-, enquiry into, 162 i, 163 i.
-, -,-,petition in favour of, 49, 72.
-, -,-,powers of, 74, 206 i.
-, -,-,return yearly to England, 74.
-, -, Fogo, new settlements at, 404 i p. 224.
-, -, French at, 404 i p. 226.
-, -, fur trade, 404 i p. 224.
-, -, Governor of. See Clinton, George; McCarty, Robert; Falkingham, Edward; Osborn, Henry.
-, -,-,powers of, 148.
-, -, harbours, survey of, 404 i p. 224.
-, -, Indians, 404 i p. 224.
-, -, inhabitants of, 404 i p. 224.
-, -,-,complaint by, 148, 148 i.
-, -, Irish in, 404 i p. 224.
-, -, Irish servants in, 404 i (xxiii).
-, -, Justices of the Peace, 404 i p. 226.
-, -,-,appointed by Governor Osborn, petition concerning, 74.
-, -,-,charges against, 81, 81 i, 82.
-, -,-,complaint against, 74, 162 i, 163 i.
-, -,-,-, petition concerning, 235.
-, -,-,disputes with Fishing Admirals, 74, 82, 206 i.
-, -,-,-, enquiry into, 162 i, 163 i.
-, -,-,good effect of, 404 I (xxvii).
-, -,-,list of, 404 iii.
-, -,-,powers of, 74.
-, -, Little Placentia, Irish at, 404 i (xxx).
-, -, merchants, traders and masters of ships trading to, petition from, 144.
-, -,-,from Dartmouth, petition of, 74.
-, -,-,from Poole, petition of, 49.
-, -, Placentia, Colonel Philipps' regiment at, 37 i (xx).
-, -,-,fishery of, soldiers taking part in, 331.
-, -,-,fortifications at, 37 i (xx).
-, -,-,Garrison of, Commander. See Falkingham.
-, -,-,-, muster roll of, 331 i.
-, -,-,-, provisions for, account of, 331 iii.
-, -,-,-, stores of war, account of, 331 iv, v.
-, -,-,-, bill of lading for, 331 ii.
-, -,-,-, state of, 331.
-, -,-,H.M.S. Salisbury at, 331.
-, -, prisons in, need for, 404.
-, -, public houses in, 404 i p. 225.
-, -, St. Johns, H.M.S. Dursley at, 331.
-, -,-,murderer sent home from, 404.
-, -,-,passengers to Ireland from, 81.
-, -,-,prison at, 404.
-, -,-,seals at, 404 i (xxxvii).
-, -, seal fishing, 404 i (xxxvii).
-, -, servants in, 404 i p. 224.
-, -, Tillingate, new settlements at, 404 i p. 224.
-, -, trade of, 404 i (xxxii).
-, -,-,with Barnstaple, 404 i p. 225.
-, -,-,with Bideford, 404 i p. 225.
-, -,-,state of, 148.
-, -, Treaty of Utrecht, articles relating to, 235.
-, -, Trepassy, round house for, 404.
-, -, Trinity, Fishing Admirals at, Court held by, 82.
-, -,-,harbour damaged, 404 i (xvi).
-, -,-,Justices of the Peace, charges against, 82.
-, -,-,prison for, 404.
-, -, whale fins, duty on, application of Greenland Fishery Act to, 424.

New Hampshire; and see New England; Massachusetts Bay.
-, -, Act in addition to the Act for inspecting and suppressing disorders in licensed houses, referred, 384.
-, -, Act in addition to the act for regulating fees, referred, 384.
-, -, Act adjourning the Court of General Quarter Sessions, referred, 384.
-, -, Act to alter the time of the sitting of the Superior Court, referred, 384.
-, -, Act appointing Commissioners to settle the boundaries between H.M. provinces of New Hampshire and the Massachusetts Bay, referred, 384.
-, -, Act directing the method of collecting rates in Chester, referred, 384.
-, -, Act for emitting £700 paper bills, referred, 384.
-, -, Act emitting £1300 bills of credit, referred, 384.
-, -, Act for emitting £6000 in bills of credit etc., Governor's assent refused, 260.
-, -, Act for the encouragement of iron works, not transmitted, 87 p. 55.
-, -, Act to enable the proprietors of the neck of land in Dover called Hilton's Point to set up a gate etc., referred, 384.
-, -, Act to exempt the people called Quakers from gathering the rates for the ministers of other perswasions, referred, 384.
-, -, Act granting unto H.M. an excise on several liquors, referred, 384.
-, -, Act for making that part of Dover formerly called Oyster River into a township by the name of Durham, referred, 384.
-, -, Act for a new proportioning of the Province tax to each town, parish, and precinct, referred, 384.
-, -, Act for removing three of the Courts of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace etc., referred, 384.
-, -, Act to revive the sitting of the Superior Court etc., referred, 384.
-, -, Act settling a salary of £200 sterl. or £600 provincial bills per annum on Governor Belcher, referred, 384.
-, -, Acts of, 244.
-, -, Acts affecting Trade and Navigation of Great Britain, 352.
-, -, Acts calling in and emitting bills of credit, representation concerning, 21.
-, -, Acts, transmitted, 188.
-, -, Assembly of, action concerning Mr. Atkinson's payments as Sheriff, 244 i, ii.
-, -,-,address from, 21.
-, -,-,Clerk of. See Jeffry, James.
-, -,-,dissolved, 244.
-, -,-,Governor Belcher's message to, 244 iii, iv, v.
-, -,-,meeting of, 244.
-, -,-,prorogued, 260.
-, -,-,Speaker of. See Wiggan, Andrew.
-, -,-,speech to, 244 i.
-, -, bills of credit, acts concerning, 21.
-, -, boundaries of, settlement of, hardships of delay, 244 v.
-, -, boundaries with Massachusetts Bay, Commissioners to settle, dispute with, 260.
-, -,-,township on, sold, 129 p. 86.
-, -, Council of, message from, 260 ii.
-, -,-,minutes of, 244 ii.
-, -,-,persons proposed for, 238 p. 123.
-, -,-,President of. See Walton, Shadrach.
-, -,-,resident in the Province, 210.
-, .-,-,-, representation concerning, 183.
-, -,-,-,-,approval of, 197, 198; and see Wentworth, Thomas.
-, -, Council and Assembly, complaint by, reply to, 260.
-, -,-,Governor's speech to, 260 i.
-, -,-,member sent home to represent, 85.
-, -, Councillors. See Wentworth, Benning; Peirce, Joshua; Gambling, Benjamin; Waldron, Richard; Wentworth, Thomas; Westbrook, Thomas; Dennit, Ephraim; Reynolds, Anthony; Atkinson, Theodore; Smith, Joseph.
-, -,-,appointment of, 412.
-, -,-,recommended by Col. Dunbar, 188.
-, -, Court, Vice-Admiralty, Judge of, charges against, 359 p. 201.
-, -,-,-, Judge proposed for, 238 p. 122; and see Jaffery, George.
-, -,-,-, proposal concerning, 238 p. 122.
-, -, Customs, Collector of, salary of, 135 i; and see Reynolds; Atkinson, Theodore.
-, -, Deputy Surveyor of. See Coy.
-, -, differences between Governor Belcher and Colonel Dunbar, effect of, 238 p. 121.
-, -, Excise, decrease of, 465.
-, -, expeditions against Nova Scotia and Quebec, (Queen Anne), 21.
-, -, Falmouth, Conference with Indian Chiefs at, 352, 353 i, 359.
-, -,-,-, pine trees sold at, 359 p. 201; and see Casco.
-, -, Fort William and Mary, Colonel Dunbar refused admission to, disapproval of, 188.
-, -,-,-, Governor Belcher's explanation, 279.
-, -,-, rebuilding and repair of, 21.
-, -, forts in, repair of, 260, 260 ii.
-, -, Government of, support for, 21, 244, 244 ii–v.
-, -, Governor of. See Shute; Belcher.
-, -,-,absence of, dispute concerning command, 412.
-, -,-, circular letter to, concerning Georgia, 444.
-, -,-,instructions, additional, for, 205.
-, -,-,separate from Massachusetts Bay, arguments against, 260.
-, -,-,salary of, 260, 260 ii.
-, -, House of Representatives, message to, 260 ii.
-, -,-,Governor's Speech to, 260 iii.
-, -, imports, 465.
-, -, Indians, 279.
-, -,-,war with, 21.
-, -, inhabitants, complaint against Governor Belcher, 185, 188.
-, -, iron works in, 465.
-, -, Kingston, 260.
-, -, Lieutenant Governor of. See Dunbar, David; Vaughan.
-, -,-, to command in Governor's absence, 516.
-, -,-, erroneously for Massachusetts Bay (v. Corrigenda), 194.
-, -,-, to be first Councillor in the Province, order for, 108.
-, -, manufactures in, 87 p. 58.
-, -, Merchants of, memorial from, 496 ii.
-, -, Newcastle, formerly called Sheepscot, 129 p. 83.
-, -, officers in, lack of, remedied, 260.
-, -, Piscataqua, Collector at. See Reynolds.
-, -, poverty of, 21.
-, -, powder duty, Act concerning, 352.
-, -, queries to concerning laws, etc. affecting Great Britain, reply to, 465.
-, -, Richmond Fort, 238 p. 122.
-, -, Saco River, saw-mills on, 359 p. 201.
-, -, saw-mills, registration of urged, 359 p. 201.
-, -, seal, old, defaced, 343.
-, -,-,-, returned, 312.
-, -, Secretary of, 188.
-, -, settlers in, discouraged by Massachusetts Bay, 238 p. 122.
-, -, Surveyor General of. See Atkinson, Theodore; Bacon, Devereux.
-, -, trade of, 87 p. 58.
-, -, Treasury of, supply for, 244, 244 ii–v, 260 ii, iii.
-, -, Winter Harbour, Governor Belcher's visit to, 352.
-, -, H.M. woods in, destruction of, 359 p. 201.
-, -,-, log wood cutting, 359 p. 201.
-, -,-,-, penalties for, evaded, 359 p. 201.
-, -,-, waste of, prosecutions for, 238 p. 122.
-, New Jersey, Act for allowing the Quakers the like benefit of an affirmation etc. passed by Governor Montgomerie, 191 i.
-, -, Act the better enable the inhabitants to support Government etc. by making current £20,000 in bills of credit, confirmed, 201.
-, -, Act imposing a duty on persons convicted of heinous crimes, disallowance of, 134.
-, -,-, repeal of, 167.
-, -, Act laying a duty, on commodities to neighbouring plantations, 253.
-, -, Act prescribing the forms of declaration of fidelity etc., confirmation of, 134, 202.
-, -, Act for the support of Government etc. by issue of £20,000 in bills of credit etc. confirmation of, 134.
-, -, Assembly of, 253.
-, -,-, reluctance to vote expenses for meeting, 253.
-, -, Commander in Chief of. See Morris, Lewis.
-, -, Council of, address from, 253.
-, -,-,attendance of, difficulties of, 253.
-, -,-,-, payment for, 253.
-, -,-, minutes of, 253 i.
-, -,-, number of, 191 i.
-, -,-, persons recommended for, 253.
-, -,-, President of. See Morris, Lewis.
-, -,-,-, and Governor's salary, 518.
-, -,-, vacancies in, 495.
-, -,-,-, difficulty in filling, 253.
-, -, Councillors of. See Provost, Wm. ; Alexander, James; Smith, James; Hugg, John; Ashfield, Richard.
-, -, Government separate from New York, arguments in favor of, and against, 253.
-, -, Governor of. See Cosby, William; Montgomerie, John; Morris, Lewis; Cornbury, Lord.
-, -,-,instructions, additional, for, 205.
-, -,-,provision for support of, 253.
-, -, Governor, separate for, opinions upon, 253.
-, -,-,residence for, 253.
-, -, inhabitants of, desire to control Government, 253.
-, -, manufactures and trade in, 87 p. 59.
-, -, militia in, difficulty in raising, 253.
-, -, produce of chiefly sent to New York and Pennsylvania, 253.
-, -, Proprietors of, province divided under, 253.
-, -,-,surrender of Government by, 253.
-, -, Secretary of. See Smith, James; Cosby, William, Junior.
-, -, trade of, 253.
-, -,-,with Sugar Colonies, 87 p. 61.
-, -, wheat, 253.

New York, Act prohibiting sale of rum to Indians, (1728), 86.
-, -,-,Acts confirming, 86.
-, -, Act relating to the Oswego garrison, to be laid before H.M., 200.
-, -, Act (1728) to repeal some parts and to continue and enforce other parts of the act therein mentioned and for granting several duties to H.M. for supporting His Government, etc, 87 p. 55.
-, -, Acts (9), referred, 4, 200.
-, -, Acts for preventing the sale of rum to the Indians, 142.
-, -,-,to be transmitted, 75.
-, -, Albany, 160 i.
-, -, Assembly, Journal of, copy of, 41 vi.
-, -, Attorney General of. See Shirley, W.; Bradley, Richard.
-, -,-,death of, rumoured, 339.
-, -, Commission for Indian affairs, 381.
-, -,-,letter from, 41 iv.
-, -,-,minutes of proceedings of, 41 v.
-, -, condition of, peaceful, 265.
-, -, Council of, President of. See Van Dam, Rip.
-, -,-,-, and Governor's salary, 518.
-, -, Council and Assembly, representation from, 2 i.
-, -, Councillors. See Lane, Henry; Walters, Robert; Horsmanden, Daniel; Provost, Wm.; Alexander, James; Warrell, Joseph; Dick, Wm., Captain.
-, -,-,number of, 192 i.
-, -, Court, Chancery, holding of, 494.
-, -,-,-, instructions concerning, 51, 64.
-, -,-,-, revival of, 51.
-, -,-,-, suppressed by Assembly, 51.
-, -, Crown Point, French fort built at, demolition requested, 160 i.
-, -, exports, value of, 31 i p. 22.
-, -, French encroachments in, 64.
-, -,-,-, at Corlaer's Lake, 41 vi.
-, -,-,danger from, 35, 41.
-, -,-,papers concerning, 138.
-, -,-,report upon, 160 i.
-, -,-,at Tiederondequat, 41 vi.
-, -, French interference with Oswego trade, 41 vi.
-, -, fur trade, 87 p. 59.
-, -, Government separate from New Jersey, 253.
-, -, Governor of. See Burnet; Montgomerie; Cosby, William, Colonel ; Hunter, General.
-, -,-,circular letter to, concerning Georgia, 444.
-, -,-,Commands Militia of Connecticut, instruction concerning, 192 i.
-, -,-,expenses of New Jersey administration by, 253.
-, -,-,instructions, additional, for, 205.
-, -, hat making in, 494.
-, -, Indians, assistance for Carolina Indians feared, 270, 271. 273, 274.
-, -,-,Five Nation, 381.
-, -,-,French intrigues with, 160 i.
-, -, Independent Company at, to be represented in Council, 495.
-, -, inhabitants of, loyalty of, 218.
-, -, lands in, grant to Mr. Delafaye's niece and nephew, 493.
-, -, Lieut. Governor, salary of, in absence of Governor, 247.
-, -, manufactures in, 87 pp. 59, 60, 494.
-, -, Naval Officer, accounts of, 472.
-, -, negroes in, duty on, 87 p. 55.
-, -, Oswego, French interference with trade of, 41 vi.
-, -, President, Council and Assembly of, representation from, 80 iii, 83, 83 iii.
-, -, queries concerning laws etc. affecting Great Britain, reply to, 494.
-, -, quit rents, in arrears, instructions concerning, 64.
-, -,-,-, recovery of, 51.
-, -,-,examination of, 494.
-, -,-,prosecutions for ascertaining and recovering, in Chancery Court, 51, 64.
-, -, Receiver General of, 51, 64.
-, -, seal, old, defaced, 343.
-, -,-,-, returned, 312.
-, -, shipping, amount of, 31 i p. 23.
-, -, trade of, 87 pp. 59, 61.
-, -,-,with Jamaica, 328 p. 188.
-, -,-,with New Jersey, 253.
-, -,-,with Sugar Colonies, 87 p. 61.

Northern Colonies (Massachusetts Bay, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut).
-, -, dispute with Sugar Colonies. 46 i.
-, -,-,papers relating to, 66.
-, -, distilleries in, 31 i p. 24.
-, -, hemp and flax, encouragement of, 29 i.
-, -, manufactures of, 23.
-, -, negroes for rice and tobacco plantations, 31 i p. 22.
-, -, observations on French and Dutch trade, 80 x.
-, -, rum for, 80 xxi (a).
-, -, rum and molasses for, 31 i p. 23.
-, -, sugar, rum, molasses imported from Sugar Colonies, account of, 98, 98 i, ii.
-, -,-,return required, 53.
-, -, and sugar monopoly, effect of, 28.
-, -, trade of, 23, 24 p. 17.
-, -,-,advantage to Sugar Colonies of, letter concerning, 80 xxi (6).
-, -,-,balance with Sugar Colonies and Great Britain, 31 i p. 22.
-, -, trade of, with Dutch, 83 ii.
-, -,-,with French Sugar Colonies, 83 ii.
-, -,-,-, effect of, 83 i p. 49.
-, -,-,-, report required, 65.
-, -,-,-, representation upon, 65, 80, 80 I–xxv.
-, -,-,with Jamaica, 83 i p. 49.
-, -,-,and manufactures of, conclusions concerning, 87 p. 62.
-, -,-, with Sugar Colonies, 31 i, 474.
-, -,-,-, case of, 80 xv–xviii.
-, -,-,-, importance of, 72.
-, -,-,-, representation upon, 83, 83 i–iii.
-, -, woollen manufacture in, 23.

Nova Scotia, Accadie, regulation of property in, by French, 313.
-, -, Annapolis Royal, fort at, 37 I (xiii).
-, -,-,-, repair of, 37 i (xix).
-, -,-,French mission at, 259 viii.
-, -,-,garrison at, 323 i.
-, -,-,-, officers of, report from, on state of barracks, 468, 468 ii.
-, -,-,Lieutenant Governor of. See Cosby, Major.
-, -,-,Province Records at, 326.
-, -, Arrowsick Island, families on, 85.
-, -, Assembly, need for, 454 p. 252.
-, -,-,proposal for constitution of, 454 p. 252.
-, -, barracks, storehouses, magazines, condition of, complaint concerning, 468, 468 ii.
-, -,-,report upon, 468 ii.
-, -,-,survey of, ordered, 468 i.
-, -, Beaubassin, 259 ix.
-, -, block houses, proposal for, 455 ii (vii), 455 v.
-, -, boundaries of, 37 i (ii).
-, -, British manufactures in, 37 i( v).
-, -, Canso. See Canso.
-, -, Casco. See under Casco.
-, -, Chignecto (Chickenechua), colliery at, 455 p. 254, 455 ii.
-, -,-,-, destroyed by Indians, 454 p. 251.
-, -,-,-, house and magazine destroyed by Indians, 455 p. 254.
-, -, Chignecto River, settlement on, 323 i.
-, -, civil and military establishment of, 37 i (xx).
-, -, climate and situation of, 37 i (i).
-, -, Cobaquid, church proposed for, 259 v, 259 viii.
-, -,-,French at, church built by, 259 v.
-, -,-,-, encroachments by, 259 v.
-, -,-,lands in, grant of, 259 p. 148, 259 xiii.
-, -, Cobedie, 259 x.
-, -, constitution of, 37 i (iii).
-, -, Council of, case of Lieut. Governor Cosby, 259 ii.
-, -,-,minutes of, 455 iii.
-, -,-,reduced numbers of, 259 p. 146.
-, -,-,report by, 455 ii (iv).
-, -,-,-, on laws etc. affecting Great Britain, 259 p. 147 259 iv.
-, -,-,Secretary of. See Shirreff, William.
-, -,-,the sole civil authority, 454 p. 252,
-, -, Councillors. See Cosby, Alex.; Mascarene, Paul; Adams, John; Skene, William; Shirreff, William; Hamilton, Otho.
-, -,-,senior to act in absence of Governor or Lt. Governor 435.
-, -, customs, 37 i (vii).
-, -, defence of, 37 i (xiii), 323 i.
-, -, expeditions from New Hampshire, (Queen Anne), 21.
-, -, exports of, 37 i (iv).
-, -, fishery of, French encroachments on, 359 p. 200.
-, -, Fredericksfort, defenee of, 238 p. 123.
-, -,-,detachment of Col. Philipps' regiment at, 454 p. 251, 455 p. 254.
-, -,-,settlement at, defence of, 294.
-, -,-,ships trading with Boston, procedure of, 301.
-, -, French in, complaint against, 259 p. 147.
-, -,-,danger from, 323 i.
-, -,-,difficulties with, 259 p. 147.
-, -,-,encroachments by, 454 pp. 251,252.
-, -,-,increase of, 359 p. 200.
-, -,-,influence of priests, 259 p. 147.
-, -, French inhabitants of, 435, 454 pp. 250, 251.
-, -,-,conduct of, 455 pp. 253, 254.
-, -,-,request for priests by, 455 ii.
-, -,-,intrigues of, measures to counteract, 454.
-, -,-,lands claimed by, 435.
-, -,-,missionaries of, 435, 455, 455 ii, vi, vii.
-, -,-,-, activities of, 259 v–x.
-, -,-,-, influence of, 454 p. 251.
-, -,-,neighbours, 37 i (xvi).
-, -, Fundy, Bay of. See Fundy.
-, -, Georges Truck House, 294.
-, -,Government of, devolution of, 435.
-, -,-,expenses of, 37 i (xix).
-, -,-,officers lacking for, 454 p. 252.
-, -, Governor of. See Philipps, R. ; Vetch, Colonel; Cosby: Nicholson.
-, -,-,grants of land in Canso by, 497 i (i).
-, -, Harrington, township at, 85.
-, -, hemp and flax seed asked for, 129 p. 85.
-, -, Indians in, 37 i (xiv), (xv).
-, -,-,Articles of Peace with, 454 p. 251.
-, -,-,Commissions from French Governor for, 359 p. 200.
-, -,-,danger from, 323 i.
-, -,-,French intrigues with, 454 p. 251, 455 p. 254, 455 ii.
-, -,-,meeting place of, 360.
-, -,-,presents for, 238 p. 123, 294.
-, -,-,-, importance of, 359 p. 200.
-, -,-,trade with, 455 ii.
-, -,-,-, sloop proposed for, 455 v.
-, -, inhabitants of, 37 i (x).
-, -,-,English, decrease of, 37 i (xi).
-, -,-,French, increase of, 37 i (xi).
-, -,-,-, oath of allegiance of little effect, 37 i (xvii).
-, -, Justices of the Peace, French inhabitants proposed for, 435.
-, -, Kennebeck River, 294.
-, -,-,French claim to, 313.
-, -,-,Governor Belcher visits, 294, 295.
-, -, lands in, claims to, under Treaty of Utrecht, opinion upon, 435.
-, -,-,-, French, enquiry concerning, 313.
-, -,-,Colonel Hart's petition for, 357, 360.
-, -,-,-, clauses concerning quit rents, 362.
-, -,-,-, conditions of grant of, 362.
-, -,-,-, to be laid out and surveyed, 500, 501.
-, -,-,-, opinion upon, 362.
-, -,-,east of Kennebeck River, trade with Mass. Bay, 301.
-, -,-,grants of, abstracts of, 455 iv.
-, -,-,Lieut. Governor's powers in, 435.
-, -,-,-, table of fees for, 435.
-, -, lands between Kennebeck and St. Croix Rivers, claim to, by Massachusetts Bay, upheld, 387.
-, -, lands in, between Kennebeck and Sheepscot Rivers, reserved for H,M. Navy, 85
-, -,-,-, compensation for, 85.
-, -, lands between Penobscot and St. Croix Rivers, claim to, by Mass. Bay upheld, 346.
-, -, lands set aside for Navy, claims to, 85.
-, -, lands in, survey of, 323 i.
-, -, Lieutenant Governor of. See Armstrong, Lawrence.
-, -,-,powers to enforce acts, 454, 455.
-, -, manufactures in, 87 p. 58.
-, -, militia, 37 i (xii).
-, -, Minis, barracks built for soldiers at, 259 p. 147.
-, -,-,deputies of, letter from, 455 ii (vi).
-, -,-,French at, 259 p. 148, 259 v.
-, -,-,house to be built at, 455 p. 254.
-, -,-,Indians, outrages by, 454 p. 251.
-, -,-,inhabitants of, for new settlement on St. John's River 259 xi.
-, -,-,King's Procurator at. See Bourg, Alexander.
-, -,-,lands in, grant of, 259 p. 148, 259 xiii.
-, -,-,magazine built at, 454 p. 251.
-, -,-,missionary for, 454 i; and see Goudalie.
-, -,-,St. Matthew Ourcobeguay, 259 xiii.
-, -, naval stores in, 87 p. 58.
-, -, Newcastle, township at, 85.
-, -, new settlements in, difficulty on account of French, 359 p. 200.
-, -, Pemaquid. See , Fredericksfort.
-, -, Penobscot, Colonel Dunbar's settlement at, 359 p. 200.
-, -,-,settlement of French at, 359 p. 200.
-, -, Piziquid, 259 viii, ix.
-, -, Placentia. See Newfoundland, Placentia.
-, -, potash, encouragement of, 129 p. 85.
-, -, produce of, 37 i (viii).
-, -, quit rents, exemption from, for new settlements, 323 i.
-, -, revenue of, 37 i (xviii).
-, -, St. George's River. See St. George's River.
-, -, St. John's River. See St. John's River.
-, -, Seigneurs of, claims of, 435.
-, -,-,creation of, 259 p. 147.
-, -,-,families of, 259 p. 148; and see D'entremont; Latour; Bellisle; Brisay.
-, -, Sheepscot, Shepscot River, (Newcastle R.), cutting of white pines forbidden, 85.
-, -,-,and Kennebeck, proprietors of lands in, trees cut down by, 238 p. 122.
-, -,-,log house near, 129 p. 84.
-, -,-,pine trees reserved for Navy, at, 129 p. 83.
-, -, State of, 454 p. 250.
-, -,-,queries concerning, reply to, 37 i.
-, -,-,report upon, 455 ii (iv).
-, -,-,-, sent by Lieut. Governor Armstrong, 435.
-, -,Torrington, new settlement at, 85.
-, -,-,-, New Englanders in, 85.
-, -, Townshend, township at, 85.
-, -, Townships, new, in, 85.
-, -,-,-, proposal for, 323 i.
-, -, trade of, 37 i (iv), 87 p. 58.
-, -,-,with Cape Breton, 37 i (vi).
-, -,-,with Europe, 37 i (vi).
-, -,-,with Portugal, 37 i (vi).
-, -,-,with Spain, 37 i (vi).
-, -, Walpole, township at, 85.
-, -, white pines, cutting of, 129 p. 83.
-, -, Williamstown, colliery at, 455 p. 254.
-, -, H.M. woods in, reserved for H.M., 435.
-, -,-,waste of, 129 p. 85.

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Ocacock Island, fort at, proposed, 94 p. 68.
-, Ordnance, Board of, stores of war, for Canso, 249.
-, -,-,-, for Placentia, bill of lading for, 331 ii.
-, -,-,-, for St. Christopher, 30, 30 i.

Oswego. See under New York.