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'Index: F', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 44: 1738 (1969), pp. 309-311. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=72969 Date accessed: 19 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Faesch, J., Governor of St. Eustatius, 85, letter from, 85i.

Fairfax, Thomas, Lord of Cameron, grantee of lands in Va.,
-, -, Act confirming titles to land held from, 113,
-, -, case of, 310, 400, 536,
-, -, see also Northern Neck, Va.

Fallett, Abraham, g. in S.C., p. 280.

Falmouth, H.M.S., Capt. Douglass, goes to St. Domingue, 417, 417ii.

FANE, FRANCIS, legal adviser to Council of Trade and Plantations, business of, concerning:
-, -, antigua
-, -,-, Acts submitted to, 474,
-, -,-, opinions of, 208, 300.
-, -, barbados
-, -,-, letter to, 165.
-, -, bermuda
-, -,-, Acts submitted to, 321, 473, 490,
-, -,-, opinion of, 496.
-, -, georgia
-, -,-, report of, cited, 70.
-, -, jamaica
-, -,-, Acts submitted to, 384.
-, -, massachusetts
-, -,-, Acts submitted to, 322, 527, 543,
-, -,-, letter to, 121,
-, -,-, report of, 106,
-, -,-, cited, 41ii.
-, -, montserrat
-, -,-, Acts submitted to, 475.
-, -, new hampshire
-, -,-, letter from, 93,
-, -,-, opinion of, cited, 120.
-, -, new york
-, -,-, Acts submitted to, 530–1,
-, -,-, letter to, 181,
-, -,-, opinions of, 349, 545.
-, -, nevis
-, -,-, Act submitted to, 476,
-, -,-, letter to, 180.
-, -, south carolina
-, -,-, case submitted to, 305,
-, -,-, opinion of, cited, 70, 330, 377, 403,
-, -,-, papers submitted to, 552.
-, -, virginia
-, -,-, opinion of, 113,
-, -,-,-, cited, 37.

Fanny, Capt. Newton, letter from Ga. by, 28.

Fanshaw (Finshaw), Capt. [Charles], R.N. of H.M.S. Phoenix, 200, 249, 269ii.

Farmer, Thomas, recommended to be Cllr. of N.J., 150i, 354.

Farr, Richard, of Bristol, m., 47.

Farr, Richard, jnr., of Bristol, m., 47.

Feads, Messrs., correspond with Jamaica, 197.

Fearon, Thomas, recommended to be Cllr. of Jamaica, 513, 533.

Fellows, Capt., letter from L. I. by, 80.

Fenwick, John, g. in S.C., p. 280.

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

Ferguson, Thomas, g. in S.C., p. 280.

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

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

Fielding, Jeremiah, g. in S.C., p. 280.

Finshaw, see Fanshaw.

Fish Kill River, branch of Delaware River, 268ii (P. 133).

Fisher, P., of Bristol, m., 47.

Fisher, William, [of Antigua], affidavit of, cited, 116.

fisheries and fish, see under Bermuda, Trade; Canso; Cayman I.; France; Ireland; Newfoundland; Plancentia.

Fitzwalter, gardener at Savannah, Ga., 29 (p. 14), 428.

Fitzwilliam, Richard, Governor of Bahamas,
-, -, agent, see Popple, H.,
-, -, certificate by, 2,
-, -, complaint against, 45, 88,
-, -, goes home, 45, 397,
-, -, good work by, 397,
-, -, letter from (1735), cited, 116.

Five Nations (Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onoudaga, Seneca) Indians (and see also Six Nations),
-, -, attack Cattawba, 535,
-, -, depending on N.Y., 268ii (pp. 133–4),
-, -, hostilities by, 536,
-, -, massacre English, 535,
-, -, treaty with (1722), 535–6.

Flanders, coins of, current in L.I., 547.

Flathead Indians, 243ii (p. 105).

Fleming, Gilbert, Lieut.-Governor of Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis and St. Christopher's, 247.
-, -, absent, 534 iii.

Fleuron [of St. Malo], French ship seized by British, 97.

Flitcroft, architect of church at Savannah, Ga., 216.

Florida, Spanish colony, boundary of, with Ga., 567–8, and see under Georgia, Foreign Relations; St. Augustine; St. John's.

Florida, Gulf of, strategic importance, 243ii (p. 106).

Florida Indians, auxiliaries of Spaniards, 160.

Flower, see Woodward & .

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

Fogo (Fogoe), N.F.L., 498, 498i–ii.

Forbes, William, Lieut.-Governor of Montserrat, dead, 192, 254.

Ford, Mrs. Mary, g. in S.C., p. 280.

Forster, Samuel, donates vines to Ga., 546.

Forts and garrisons in the British colonies, see Alatamaha, Ga.; Albany, N.Y.; Annapolis Royal, N. Scotia; Argyle, Ga.; Bahamas; Bermuda; Canso, N. Scotia; Charles, St. Christopher's; Charleston, S.C.; Craven's Bastion, S.C.; Creek country (proposed); Dummer, Mass.; Edestoe River, S.C.; Fort Anne, N.Y.; Fort George, N.Y.; Fort King (St.) George, Ga.; Fort Prince George, Ga.; Fretlerica, Ga.; Frederick, Mass.; Frederick, S.C.; Georgia, Military; Granville Bastion, S.C.; Hog I., S.C.; Jamaica, Military; Johnson's, S.C.; King's Castle, Bermuda; Leeward I., Military; Mohawks country; Moor, S.C.; New York City; Oswego, N.Y.; Pagett's, Bermuda; Pemaquid, Mass.; Placentia, N.F.L.; Plymouth, Montserrat; Port Royal, S.C.; Providence, Bahamas; St. Andrew's, Ga.; St. Simon's, Ga.; Savannah, Ga.; Schenectady, N.Y.; South Carolina, Military; Tierondequat (proposed), N.Y.; White Point, S.C.; Winyaw, S.C.

Fort Anne, N.Y., 445i.

Fort George, N.Y., 134i.

Fort King (St.) George, Alatamaha River, Ga./ Florida border, British fort, 8, 133, and see Alatamaha River.

Fort Prince George, Ga., 39, 133.

Fortune, French ship, taken by British, 97.

Foster, George, settler in Ga., quits, 21.

Foster, Isaac, master of ship from Carolina, 244,
-, -, letter from, 244i.

Fox, Capt. [Thomas], R.N., of H.M.S. Dunkirk, 331,
-, -, letter from Jamaica by, 245.

Foxes, Indians, 243ii (p. 105).

Foye, William, Treasurer and Receiver-General of Mass., account of, 544i.

FRANCE and the FRENCH (see also under Canada; Crown Point; Donna Maria Bay; Georgia, Foreign Relations; Guadeloupe; Leogane; Louisiana; Martinique; Mississippi; Mobile; Montreal; Quebec; St. Domingue; St. Lucia; Waldegrave, J.)
-, -, ambassador in London, memorial of, 333, 333i, 465,
-, -, British colonies menaced by, 40, 59, 73, 77, 160, 243 (pp. 101–2), 243ii (pp. 108–9), 268ii (p. 134), 387, 404, 445, 445i, 446, 512, and see Mississippi; St. Lucia,
-, -, British ships taken by, 85, 85i, 132, 132i, 156, 261, 404, 417, 417i–iii, 447, 447i–ii, and see Clay, S.; Elizabeth; Turtle Dove,
-, -, church, at Boston, 138i,
-, -, complaint by, concerning kidnapping of negro boy, 333, 333i–ii, 465,
-, -, coins, circulating in British colonies, 420, 420iv, 547,
-, -, Edict (1727) regulating foreign trade in America, 447i,
-, -,-, dispensed with, 85,
-, -,-, expected recall of, 285,
-, -, fisheries, 40, 498i, 506,
-, -, Indians, allied with, courted by, or menaced by, 76, 243 (pp. 100–1), 243ii (p. 105), 268ii (p. 134), 341, 359, 391, 401, 427, 445, 445i, 451, 49ii–ii, and see Five Nations; Six Nations,
-, -, settlements in N. America, contrasted with British, 243 (p. 102),
-, -, ships, taken by British, 97, 132, and see Fleuron; Fortune,
-, -, tobacco farmers, seek to buy in Va. and Md., 400,
-, -, trade, British, 85i,506,
-, -,-, Dutch, 519,
-, -, treaty of neutrality (1686) with British, 506.

Franklin, Benjamin, clerk of assembly of Penn., 470.

Fraser, John, g. in S.C., p. 280.

Frederica, Ga., (see also St. Simon's), 83, 143,
-, -, accounts of, 249,
-, -, ammunition for, 157, 416,
-, -, bailiffs of, 316, 406,
-, -,-, expenses of, 198,
-, -,-, land grant to, 214,
-, -,-, letter to, 185,
-, -, chief, see Horton, W.,
-, -, church, chapel or tabernacle at, needed or to be provided, 249, 406, 408, 548, 554,
-, -, credit allowed to settlers at, 86, 467,
-, -, cultivation at, 83, 191, 368, 431, 467,
-, -, doctor at, see Hawkins, T.,
-, -, expenses of, 198,
-, -, fort, 243 (p. 101), 256, 431,
-, -, freeholders of, petition by, cited, 467,
-, -, garden, flourishing, 431,
-, -, harbour, 468,
-, -, land-grants at, see Cook, A.; Lawes, H.,
-, -, letters dated at, 6, 75, 167–8, 191, 450, 467–8, 509–10, 515,
-, -, messenger service to Savannah from, 198,
-, -, minister at, see Whitefield, G.,
-, -, missionary, see Norris, W.,
-, -, plan of, mentioned, 467,
-, -, schoolhouse needed, 406, 408,
-, -, seaboat at, 198, 283,
-, -, servants for, and needed at, 83, 168, 316, 406–7, 431, 553,
-, -, Spanish designs on, 160,
-, -, state of, 6, 83, 167, 191, 431,
-, -, stores at, 124, 228, 266, 283, 456, 478, 480, 515,
-, -, storekeeper, 431, and see White, R.

Frederick Fort, Mass., formerly N. Scotia, 251ii–iii,
-, -, abandoned, 56,
-, -, accounts of, 296, 296ii,
-, -, attempted settlement at, 296,
-, -, expenses of, 120.

Frederick Fort, S.C., 293,
-, -, comdr., see Lyford, Capt. W.

Freeman, William, g. in S.C., p. 280.

French, George, recommended to be Cllr. of Nevis, 534iii.

Frere, John, Cllr. of Barbados, 495.

Fressia, John Francis, and Georgia Soc., 548.

Frost, Simon, deputy secretary of Mass., accounts and documents certified by, 41i, 544i.

Fryday, Martin, g. in S.C., p. 280.

Frye, John, Cllr. of Antigua, 482, 534iii.

Frye, Rowland, British merchant, memorial of, 55.

Fuerte, Spanish ship, 17.

Fulham, London, letter dated at, 325.

Fuller, Rose, Cllr. of Jamaica, 25–6, 203, 372–3.

Fur trade, see under Albany; Massachusetts, Trade, beaver; Newfoundland, Trade; New York, Trade; Oswego.

Fury, Peregrine, agent of S.C., 366,
-, -, paper from, 243iii, 359,
-, -, paper for, 278,
-, -, payment to, 39.



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