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'Index: C', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 44: 1738 (1969), pp. 301-306. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=72966 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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Cachego, Ben, testimony of, in Conn.–Mohican dispute, 508i.

Cadarackui (Cadaruchque) Lake (Lake Ontario), 268ii (pp. 131–3),
-, -,-, French fort at, 268iii.

Cadiz, trade from N.Y. to, 134i.

Caesar, son of Oweneco, chief sachem of Mohicans, 508i.

Cahongarooton River (Upper Potomac), Va., 451.

Caimanas, see Cayman Islands.

Caiyougas Indians, 243ii (p. 105), 268ii (p. 132),
-, -,-, and see also Five Nations; Six Nations.

Callard, Amos, benefaction to Georgia Soc.
-, -,-, received by, 406, 423.

Calvert, Charles, Baron Baltimore, proprietor of Md.,
-, -,-, dispute of, with Penn., 206,
-, -,-, petitions of, withdrawn, 48.

Calwell, John, deputy surveyor at Frederica, Ga., 467.

Cambridge, Mass., college, 268ii (p. 133).

Campbell, James, account of, in Ga., 226.

Campbell, John, Duke of Argyle, Master–General of Ordnance, 95–6.

Campbell, Lieut. John, officer in independent company in Jamaica, court–martial concerning, 493, 493i, 518.

Campeachy, Spanish military preparations at, 269i.

Campeachy Bay, logwood of,
-, -,-, British right to, 114, 114i,
-, -,-, pretext for Spanish seizures, 17.

Campuzano, Don Joseph, takes British ship, 566i.

Camus (Camuse, Camouch), Cameus, family of silkworkers in Ga., 23, 29 (p. 14), 83, 283, 478.

Canada, French,
-, -,-, boundaries, with British colonies, not settled,
-, -,-,-, 268ii (pp. 133–4). 445i,
-, -,-, British expedition to (1711), 268i,
-, -,-, communications of, with Mississippi and Louisiana, 73, 359,
-, -,-, correspondence of, with Five Nations, 243 (p. 101),
-, -,-, governor of, 243ii (p. 105), and see Beauharnais,
-, -,-, military strength of, 268iii, and see Crown Point.

Canary Islands,
-, -,-, Spanish ship from, seized at Jamaica and released, 566i,
-, -,-, trade of, with N.Y., 268iv.

Canso, N. Scotia,
-, -,-, fishery of, enquiry into, 175,
-, -,-, garrison, cost of, 420iv,
-, -,-, R.N. ship designed for, 91.

Cape Carteret, N.C., grants of land to west of, 82.

Cape de Cruz, Havana, British ship taken off, 566i.

Cape Donna Maria, see Donna Maria.

Cape Fear (Fair), N.C., 137,
-, -,-, letters dated at, 22, 286.

Cape Nicola, St. Domingue, British ship taken off, 417i.

Cape Verde Islands, see Bonavista.

Carbonier, N.F.L., fishery, 498ii.

Carolina, late Lords Proprietors of, 250i,
-, -,-, charter to, 133, 243 (pp. 97–8), 243ii (pp. 106, 108),
-, -,-, deeds of, 82,
-, -,-, landgrants by, 253i,
-, -,-, letter to, 243ii (p. 105),
-, -,-,-, cited, 243 (p. 99).

Caroline, Queen of England, death of, 28, 134, 155i, 163, 494.

Carpenter, George, Baron of Killaghy, Trustee for Ga. and Common Councilman, p. 286,
-, -,-, resigns, 98.

Carpenter, Lieut.–Col., appointed Lieut.–Governor of Montserrat, 192.

Cartagena, Spanish Main, 77,
-, -,-, letter dated at, 59,
-, -,-,- cited, 195i,
-, -,-, warships at, 497ii, 566.

Carteret, James, settler in Ga., 410, 412,
-, -,-, grant of land to, 111, 118–9, 154.

Cartetet, Cape, see Cape Carteret.

Cartwright, John, promoter of settlement in S.C., 292,
-, -,-, memorial by, 323,
-, -,- petition of, 252i,
-, -,-, proposals of, 308,
-, -,-,-, approved, 355,
-, -,-,- recommended, 309.

Cashietunk, Indian settlement on Fish Kill River, 268ii (p. 133).

Cassels, Henry, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Castle Harbour, Bermuda, 455, 519.

Castle Semple, Renfrewshire, Scotland, letter dated from, 538.

Castries [Castres, Abraham], British representative at Convention of Pardo, 566.

Cater, Alderman Robert, Trustee for Ga. and Common Councilman, p. 287,
-, -,-, resigns, 87.

Cater, William, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Cathcart, John, of London, m., 47.

Catskill Mountains, N.Y., 268ii (p. 130).

Cattawba (Catabaw, Cattaba) Indians, 243ii (p. 105), 536.
-, -,-, war of, with Six (Five) Nations, 451, 535.

Cauley, Elizabeth, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Causton, Thomas, Chief Bailiff and Storekeeper at Savannah, Ga., 68, 75–6, 83–4, 147, 152, 157, 198, 200, 297i, 409, 421, 429, 456, 501,
-, -, accounts of, 8, 33, 51, 72, 86, 164, 176, 226i–ii, 249, 263, 318, 371, 391–2, 393, 393i, 467, 480i, 555, 557,
-, -,-, demanded, 216,
-, -,-, enquiry into, 467,
-, -,-, irregularities in, 226, 228, 278, 391, 467, 478,
-, -,-, refused, 39, 262, 284, 316, 478,
-, -,-, roguery suspected in, 511, 515,
-, -,-, to be paid, 343, 390, 467, 511, 548,
-, -,-, see also under Georgia, Financial Matters,
-, -, arbitrary and irregular conduct of, 176, 430,
-, -, arrest of,
-, -,-, ordered, 277–8,
-, -,-, not carried out, 478, 480,
-, -, complaint against, 126, 459,
-, -, credit given by, 249, 392, 478,
-, -, dismissed, 277–9,
-, -, few friends, 511,
-, -, goods sent to, 162,
-, -, illness of, 128,
-, -, ill–treated by J. Wesley, 257,
-, -, journal of, sent or not sent to England, 257, 289, 370–1, 391, 557,
-, -, letter for, 283,
-, -, letters from, 33, 86, 157, 249, 258, 370, 371, 415,
-, -,-, mentioned, 144, 306, 416,
-, -, letters to, 3–4, 8, 72, 146i, 184, 221, 226, 284, 391, 411, 557,
-, -, letters to and from, list of, 39ii,
-, -, not guilty of fraud, 511,
-, -, packet from, 28,
-, -, papers of, to be secured, 278,
-, -, quarrels with W. Bradley, 83, 456,
-, -, quarrels with J. Wesley, 255,
-, -, servants of and for, 316, 406,
-, -,-, abscond, 504,
-, -, sola bills sent to, 8, 249,
-, -, storekeeper at Savannah,
-, -,-, conduct as, 480,
-, -,-, duties as, 230,
-, -,-, relieved of duties as, 198, 226, 228–9, 266,
-, -, sureties for, 504,
-, -, suspected of intention of leaving Ga., 504

Causton, Martha, wife of preceding, letter from, 23.

Cayley, [William], British consul at Cadiz, letter from, cited, 195i.

Cayman Islands (Caimanas), French turtle fishing at, 506.

Cayuga Indians, see Caiyougas.

Centurion, H.M.S., Commodore George Anson,
-, -,-, R.N., at St. Jago, C. Verde I., 389i.

Cecil, Colonel [? William], 263.

Chactaw Indians, see Choctaw.

Chambly [Chamblec], French fort, 268iii.

Champigny, [Marquis de], Governor of French West Indies, 285.

Champion, Nehemiah, of Bristol, m., 47.

Champion, William, of Bristol, m., 47.

Champlain Lake (Corlaers), 268ii (p. 131), 268iii.

Champneys, John, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Chandler, [Richard], Commnr. of Customs, letter signed by, 5i.

Chandler, Col., in Mass, militia, 41iv.

Chardon, Isaac, deceased, account of, with Georgia Soc, 318, 390, 548, 555.

Chardonet, Abraham, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Charity Schools, in England, 329.

Charles I, King of England, grant by, 243 (p. 97), 243ii (p. 104).

Charles II, King of England, charter by, 133, 243 (p. 98), 243ii (pp. 106, 108).

Charles, Jacob, account of, in Ga., 226i.

Charles Fort, St. Christopher's, British ship taken near, 132i.

Charles, Capt. J. Reid, letters for Ga. by, 284, 390–4.

Charleston, S.C., 28, 128,
-, -, affidavits sworn at, 158i, 243ii (p. 104), 272, 274, 278,
-, -, British troops arrive at, 249, 269ii,
-, -, clerks of market, see Beswicke, J.; Mackay, W.,
-, -, fortifications, 293, and see Johnson's Fort,
-, -, Georgia Soc.'s agents at, see Abercromby, J.; Crokatt & Seaman; Jenys, P. and T.,
-, -, German immigrants at, 340,
-, -, juries from, to serve for whole province, 280,
-, -, letters etc. dated from 76, 145, 158–9, 164, 220i–ii, 243, 243i, 359–60, 438,
-, -, negro slaves ordered to leave, 29 (p. 13),
-, -, postal communications of, with Ga., 83, 128, 198,
-, -, R.N. ships at, 450,
-, -, ship wrecked off, 255, 464,
-, -, shipping and tonnage figures, p. 289,
-, -, ships for England from, few, 368,
-, -, smallpox at, 429,
-, -, trade of, 243iii.

Charlton, Edward, Cllr. of Jamaica, resigns and refuses to serve, 12, 26, 196, 203, 373.

Charlton, England, letter dated from, 324.

Chatahuchee River, Florida, 243 (p. 103), 243ii (pp. 106–8).

Chatham, H.M.S., Capt. Philip Vanbrugh, R.N. 148, 240,
-, -, designed for N.F.L., 91, 131,
-, -, letters dated from, 498–9.

Cheavin, Alexander, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Cheazin, Isaac, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Chelsea, letter dated from, 209.

Cherokee Indians, 536,
-, -, Five (Six) Nations and, 451, 535,
-, -, might be gained for British alliance, 359,
-, -,-, ordinance of S.C. for trade with, 237,
-, -, see also South Carolina, Indians.

Cheston, Daniel, master of William,
-, -, affidavit of, 389i, 472,
-, -, robbery by, alleged, 389.

Chevelis, John, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Chevelure, La Pointe à la, French fort, see Crown Point.

Chickesaw Indians,
-, -, British allies, 341,
-, -, French attack on, 243 (pp. 101–2), 243ii (pp. 105, 108),
-, -, take French prisoners, 391,
-, -, visit Savannah, 23,
-, -, see also Georgia, Indians.

Choctaw (Chactaw) Indians, 466,
-, -, seek British friendship, 341, 359,
-, -, see also Georgia, Indians.

Choupart, Daniel, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Christhlow, James, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Christians, David, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Christie, Thomas, Recorder of Savannah, Ga., 249, 370, 458, 504,
-, -, account of, in Ga., 226i,
-, -, affidavits sworn before, 166i, 297i,
-, -, assaults juror, 430,
-, -, commended, 83,
-, -, complains of T. Causton, 459,
-, -, letter from, 459,
-, -, servants for, 216, 228, 230, 316, 406.

Church, Colonel, in Mass, militia, 41iv.

Clark, see Rogers & .

Clarke, George, Lieut.–Governor of N.Y.,
-, -, address to, 73i,
-, -, agrees to mediate between Indians, 451,
-, -, examinations before, 269i—ii, 269iv–vi, 269viii,
-, -, letters from, 73–4, 74i, 134, 243ii (p. 105), 268, 269, 445–6, 446ii, 483–4, 484i, 512, 563,
-, -,-, cited, 243 (p. 101),
-, -,-, extract, 491i,
-, -, letters to, 268ii, 401, 445i, 446iii, 491ii, 535, 563i,
-, -, relations of, with assembly, 483, 483i–ii, 512.
-, -, son of, see next entry,
-, -, speeches of, 445ii, 446, 446i,483ii, 484ii.

Clarke, George, jnr., son of preceding, secretary and Cllr. of N.Y., 134,
-, -, appointed secretary, 24,
-, -, recommended to be, and appointed, Cllr.,
-, -,-, 130, 141, 268 (p. 129), 351, 363, 401.

Clarke, John, secretary for Indian affairs in Ga., 412,
-, -, appointed, 182, 186, 226.

Clarke, Richard, in London, 137.

Clarke, Sir Simon, Bart., recommended to be Cllr. of Jamaica, 196, 203, 372–3, 513,533.

Clarke, William, Cllr. of Nevis, absent in England, 482, 534iii.

Clarke, Captain, of Industry, goes to Jamaica, 333ii.

Claxton, witness in Admiralty case in St. Christopher's, 247.

Clay, Samuel, master of British ship, taken by French, 132i.

Clayton, John, deceased, former AttorneyGeneral of Va., 94, 112.

Clements, Edward, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Clinton, James, of Liverpool, m., 47.

Coachman, James, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Coates, John, constable in Ga.,
-, -, account of, 226i,
-, -, deserts, 226.

Coble, Peter, account of, in Ga., 226i.

Cochran, James, lieut.–col. of regiment in Ga., 3, 28, 244, 270, 369, 406, 431,
-, -, arrives in Ga., 249, 255–6, 391,
-, -, brings plants, 256,
-, -, dispute of, with officers of regiment, 448, 504,
-, -, expected in Ga., 152,
-, -, goods for, 412,
-, -, grant of land to, 109.

Cockran, Archibald, Cllr. of Antigua, 534iii.

Cockshull, Timothy, of London, m., 47.

Cockshutt, Thomas, of Liverpool, m., 47.

Codner, Charles, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Codrington, Sir William, Bart., Cllr. of Antigua,
-, -, absent in England, 534iii.

Coe, Capt. [of Princess Amelia], letter from Ga. by, 416.

Cohongarooten River, see Cahongarooten.

Coinage, see Currency.

Colcock, John, mariner, in S.C.,
-, -, information of, 243ii (p. 105),
-, -,-,-, cited, 243 (p. 101).

Colden, Cadwallader, Cllr. and Surveyor–General of N.Y.,
-, -, commnr. for R.I. – Mass, boundary, 549,
-, -, letter from, 268ii.

Cole, Robert, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Colebrook, [John], formerly of Bahamas, 397.

Coleman, John, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Colleton, John, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Colleton, John, Cllr. of Barbados, 387,
-, -, absent, 495.

Colleton County, S.C., land grants in, pp. 278–83.

Colliton Bridge, Savannah, Ga., 456.

Colonies, General, see Plantations, General.

Colson, Abraham, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Combe, Henry, of Bristol, m., 47.

Combe, John, of Bristol, m., 47.

Combee River, S.C., land grant on, p. 281.

Commander, Samuel, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Compton, Capt. [James], R.N., of H.M.S. Seahorse, 451, 454.

Concannen, Lieut. George, member of court– martial in Jamaica, 493i.

Conception, Spanish ship, 17.

Coneybeare, Dr., sermon of, 329.

CONNECTICUT
-, -, acts
-, -,-, recognizing Mohican chief (1692), 508i.
-, -, assembly
-, -,-, proceedings (1660), 508i.
-, -, boundary, with N.Y., 268ii (p. 133),
-, -,-, charted, 102i, 508i.
-, -, communications of, with N.Y., 73.
-, -, currency and bills of credit, 550i.
-, -, indians
-, -,-, see Mohicans.

Conquistador, Spanish warship in W.I., 497ii.

Cook, Ann and Susannah, grantees of land in Ga., 139, 143, 190, 198, 226, 284.

Cook, William, father of preceding, major of regiment in Ga., 139, 143,
-, -, grant of land to, 109,
-, -, petition of, 190,198.

Cooke, Jiles, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Cooke, Richard, Cllr. of Montserrat, 534iii.

Cookesey, William, settler in Ga.,
-, -, account of, 226i,
-, -, goes to England, 127, 129.

Coolen, John, at Savannah, Ga., 412.

Coope, Richard, agent for St. Christopher's, memorial of, 55.

Cooper, Anthony Ashley, Earl of Shaftesbury,
-, -,-, Trustee for Ga. and Common Councilman,
-, -,-, pp. 286–7,
-, -, letter and petition signed by, 178–9.

Cooper, Mrs. Mary, house of, in Savannah, Ga., 143, 283–4, 409.

Cooper River, S.C., landgrant on, p.281.

Cooplet, Roodie, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Coore, Foster, of Liverpool, m., 47.

Coosa River, French settlement at (1704), threatens S.C., 243ii (p. 105).

Cope, Henry, Cllr. of N. Scotia, commnr. for R.I. Mass. boundary, 549.

Coram, Capt. Thomas, Trustee for Ga., p. 287.

Coram, William, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Corbatt, Thomas, g. in S.C., p. 279.

Corbet, Robert, Commnr. of Customs, letter signed by, 5i.

Cordes, Francis g. in S.C., p. 280.

Corlaers Lake, see Champlain Lake.

Cornish, Captain, account of, with Georgia Soc., 216.

Corstens, Johannes Lorents, Act of N.Y. naturalizing, 268 (p. 128).

Corteen, J., see Coteen.

Cortland, N.Y., Act for defraying charge of manor of, 268 (p. 128), 530.

Cortlandt, Philip, commnr. in Conn.–Mohican dispute,
-, -, letter from, 508,
-, -, representation by, 508i.

Cosby, [William], former Governor of N.Y., 268 (p. 129).

Coste, Isaac, g. in S.C., p. 280.

Coster, Thomas, of Bristol, m., 47.

Coteen (Corteen), John, free negro of Antigua,
-, -, Act for trial of, 300, 486, 514,
-, -,-, repealed, 404, 524.

Council of the Indies, Spanish, determine prize case, 55.

COUNCIL OF TRADE AND PLANTATIONS
-, -, (Commissioners of Trade and Plantations)
-, -, deputy secretary and chief clerk, see Gellibrand, S.,
-, -, legal adviser, see Fane, F.,
-, -, members of, see Ashe, E.; Bladen, M.; Brudenell, J.; Croft, A.; Herbert, R.; Monson, J., Baron Monson; Pelham T.; Plumer, R.,
-, -, petitions against reports of, not to be heard without security, 522,
-, -, secretary of, see Hill, T.; former secretary, see Popple, A.,
-, -, standing order of, 445ii,
-, -, success of, incomplete in colonial business,253i.
-, -, proceedings of, concerning:
-, -, bahamas
-, -,-, letters from, 88, 207, 207i,
-, -,-, letters to, 78, 137, 397,
-, -,-, memorial to, 45.
-, -, barbados
-, -,-, direction to, 241,
-, -,-, letters from, 299, 387,
-, -,-, letters to, 35–6, 436, 495,
-, -,-, memorial to, extract, 100.
-, -, bermuda
-, -,-, letters from, 92, 92i, 471, 490, 542,
-, -,-,-, extracts, 101,
-, -,-, letters to, 193, 420, 455, 496, 519,
-, -,-,-, extract, 100,
-, -,-, memorial to, 153,
-, -,-,-, extract, 100,
-, -,-, representation of, cited, 10.
-, -, connecticut
-, -,-, letter to, 508,
-, -,-, representation to, 508i.
-, -, general
-, -,-, letter from, 472,
-, -,-, letters to, 69, 304, 472ii,
-, -,-, papers referred to, 116, 253.
-, -, georgia
-, -,-, letters from, 70, 273, 301–2,
-, -,-, order to, 237.
-, -, jamaica
-, -,-, letters from, 53–4, 71, 372–3,
-, -,-, letters to, 26, 43, 541, 123, 203, 245, 469, 513. 534.
-, -,-, petition to, 47.
-, -, leeward islands
-, -,-, letters from, 156, 202, 219, 261, 291, 300, 386, 404, 514,
-, -,-, letters to, 132, 208–9, 444, 482, 520,
-, -,-,-, abstracted, 261i,
-, -,-, memorial to, 206,
-, -,-,-, extract, 100,
-, -,-, paper referred to, 18,
-, -,-, report of, referred back, 486.
-, -, massachusetts
-, -,-, letters from 201, 327, 405, 549,
-, -,-, letters to, 41, 174, 296, 433, 550,
-, -,-, memorial to, 56,
-, -,-, order to, 528,
-, -,-, papers referred to, 105, 251, 527,
-, -,-, petition to, 528i,
-, -,-, report of, upheld, 522.
-, -, newfoundland
-, -,-, letters from, 148–9, 149i,
-, -,-, letters to, 131, 498,
-, -,-, memorial to, 107,
-, -,-, representation of, 240.
-, -, new hampshire
-, -,-, letters from, 9, 215, 405,
-, -,-, letters to, 93, 120, 174, 551,
-, -,-, memorial to, 570,
-, -,-, petition to, 212,
-, -,-, report of, cited, 358.
-, -, new jersey
-, -,-, letters from, 38, 38i, 150, 150i, 492,
-, -,-, letters to, 19, 439,
-, -,-, report of, cited, 354.
-, -, new york
-, -,-, enquiry of, answers to, 268i–iv,
-, -,-, letters from, 141, 401–2, 491, 535,
-, -,-, letters to, 73, 74i, 130, 130i, 268, 349, 445,
-, -,-, 446ii, 483–4, 49ii, 512, 545.
-, -, north carolina
-, -,-, letters from, 50, 260, 303,
-, -,-, letters to, 22, 89, 286,
-, -,-, order to, 188,
-, -,-, petition to, 337,
-, -,-, report to, 82.
-, -, nova scotia
-, -,-, letter from, 327,
-, -,-, letter to, 138,
-, -,-, petition referred to, 251,
-, -,-, report of, 414, 414ii.
-, -, pennsylvania
-, -,-, letters to, 189, 389.
-, -, rhode island
-, -,-, letters from, 201, 549,
-, -,-, order to, 528,
-, -,-, petition of, 528i,
-, -,-, report of, upheld, 522.
-, -, south carolina
-, -,-, letters from, 32, 57, 70, 142, 142i, 161, 260,
-, 301–3, 309, 330, 338, 338i, 339, 365–6, 374, 403, 466, 466i, 521,
-, -,-, letter from, extracted, 100–1,
-, -,-, letters to, 90, 158, 273i, 280, 308, 359, 377, 507,
-, -,-, memorial to, 106,
-, -,-, orders to, 104, 188, 220, 237,
-, -,-, papers referred to, 250, 252, 375–6,
-, -,-, report of, 104i,
-, -,-, representation to, 243,
-, -,-,-, cited, 462.
-, -, virginia
-, -,-, letters from, 37, 113, 400, 535–6,
-, -,-, letters to, 396, 451, 502.

Country Island, Bermuda, no Customs provision at, 519.

Cowband, Richard, of Liverpool, m., 47.

Cowes, Isle of Wight, 232, 255, 341,
-, -, German immigrants detained at, 42,
-, -, letter dated from, 244i.

Coweta Indians, Florida, 243 (p. 100).

Cox, Dr. Daniel, assignee of grant in Carolina, 243 (P. 97), 243ii (P. 104).

Cox, Ezekiel, g. in S.C., p. 280.

Craven County, S.C., land grants in, pp. 278–83.

Craven's Bastion, Charleston, S.C., 293.

Crawford, James, g. in S.C., p. 280.

Creek Indians (Lower Creek Indians), 243 (p. 100), 243ii (pp. 107–8),
-, -, British agent to, see Drake, W.,
-, -, British proposal to settle fort among, 243 (p. 100),
-, -, Ordinance of S.C. concerning trade with, 237,
-, -, plunder S.C. trade post (1727), 243ii (p. 104),
-, -, tampered with, by Spain, 467–8,
-, -, well disposed to British, 427,
-, -, see also under Georgia, Indians; South Carolina, Indians.

Crell, Joseph, g. in S.C., p. 280.

Crell, Stephen, g. in S.C., p. 280.

Crockatt, see Crokatt.

Croft, Arthur, Commnr. of Trade and Plantations,
-, -,-, letters etc. signed by, as such, 57, 141, 149,
-, -,-, 466, 471–2, 514, 521, 521i, 535–6, 542.

Croft, Childermas, g. in S.C., p. 280.

Crofts, Mr., correspondent of settler in Ga., 168.

Crokatt & Seaman, Messrs., merchants at Charleston, S.C., 86, 511,
-, -, account of, with Georgia Soc, 318, 394,
-, -, goods, letters etc. for Ga., consigned to, 425, 461, 463, 516,
-, -, letter from, 162,
-, -, letter to, 394.

Crokatt, (Crockat) James, Cllr. of S.C., 84,
-, -, appointed, 57–8, 242, 320.

Cropper, Edward, of Liverpool, m., 47.

Crosbie, Samuel, of Liverpool, m., 47.

Crosse, John, jnr., consul at Teneriffe,
-, -, letters from, 505, 505i,
-, -, letter to, 275.

Crosse, John, of Bristol, m., 47.

Cross, William, account of, in Ga., 226i.

Crow, agent of Duke of Newcastle, 133.

Crown Point (La Pointe à la Chevelure), French fort at, 73, 268iii, 445, 445i,
-, -, importance of, 268ii (pp. 133–4),
-, -, not on maps available in London, 535,
-, -, position of, 268ii (p. 133).

Crozat, Anthony, grant of trade of Louisiana to, 243 (p. 101), 243ii (p. 109).

Crump, Nathaniel, Cllr. of Antigua, 482, 534iii.

Cuba (see Havana),
-, -, attempt on Ga. possible from, 509,
-, -, illicit British trade to, 566, 566i,
-, -, warlike preparations at, 269, 269i.

Cumberland Island, Ga., fort, 568.

Cummins, Sir Alexander, O.C company in Jamaica, 331iii.

Cunliffe, Foster, of Liverpool, m., 47.

Cunningham, [Henry], former Governor of Jamaica, 26, 49.

Cunningham, James, proposed for commission in independent company in Jamaica, 331iii.

Curaçao, Dutch West Indies,
-, -, alleged British pirate at, 563, 563i,
-, -, trade of, with N.Y., 268iv.

Currency and coinage,
-, -, Act of 6 Ann. concerning, 30–1, 330, 547,
-, -, complaints concerning, 304,
-, -, Danish, in St. Christopher's, 547,
-, -, French, in Bermuda, 420, 420iv,
-, -, lack of, 41,
-, -, proposal for colonial, 420, 420iv,
-, -, see also under Antigua; Bermuda; Connecticut; France; Georgia; Leeward I.; Massachusetts; New Hampshire; New York; North Carolina; Rhode Island; St. Christopher's; South Carolina; Virginia.

Customs of Great Britain, Commnrs. of (Bayliss, R.; Chandler, R.; Corbet, R.; Evelyn, J.)
-, -, letter from, 5i,
-, -, letter to, 5ii.

Cuyler, Abraham, commnr. of N.Y. for Indian affairs, 445i.

Cuyler, Capt. Cornelius, in N.Y., report by, 445i.



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