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Gamlin, Benjamin, Cllr. of N.H., dead, 9, 234, 358, 361.

Garbrand, Thomas, Cllr. of Jamaica, dead, 43, 53, 372.

Gardner, Samuel, jnr., of Bristol, m., 47.

Garnett (Garnet), John, Cllr. of St. Christopher's, absent, resigned, replaced, 291, 383, 399, 534iii.

Garrisons in British Colonies, see Forts and Garrisons.

Garthwaite, Edward, proposed as Cllr. of Jamaica, 196,203, 513, 533.

Gascoigne, Capt. James, R.N., of H.M.S. Hawk, 29 (P. 15), 157, 177,450,
-, -, at Tybee, Ga., 249,
-, -, document certified by, 146i,
-, -, letters from, 68, 146, 166, 427,
-, -, recommended for promotion, 179,
-, -, servants for, 68, 86, 316, 406.

Gasman, Henry, g. in S.C., p. 280.

Gellibrand, Samuel, deputy secretary and chief clerk of Council of Trade and Plantations, 100.

Gendron, Col. John, g. in S.C., p. 280.

George, Henry Weir, taken by Spaniards, 60.

George Town River, S.C., land grants on, p. 284.

GEORGIA (see also Amelia; Augusta; Bradley, W.; Causton, T.; Christie, T.; Darien; Delamotte, C; Ebenezer; Frederica; Georgia Society; Highgate; Horton, W.; Jones, T.; Mackintosh, J. M.; Norris, W.; Oglethorpe, J.; Parker, H.; Parliament of G.B.; St. Andrew's; St. Simon's; Savannah; Spain; Stephens, W.; Tybee; Verelst, H.; Wesley, J.; Whitefield, G.)
-, -, acts
-, -,-, for recovering small debts, needed, 406,
-, -,-, for regulating Indian trade, proposed, 233, 236, 302, 423,
-, -,-, for regulating watch, 249,
-, -,-, prohibiting import of rum, 183, 406, 411–2.
-, -, agriculture
-, -,-, botanizing mission on behalf of, see Millar, R.,
-, -,-, bounty on, 29 (p. 13),
-, -,-, cochineal, 316,
-, -,-, crops and crop failure, 147, 368, 370, 427, 431, 467, 478, 553–4,
-, -,-, donation to, 115,
-, -,-, English ploughs needed, 464,
-, -,-, ipecacuana plants for, 248, 422,
-, -,-, labour needed, on credit, 29 (p. 13),
-, -,-, mulberry trees, 23, 29 (p. 14), 124, 225, 255, 478,
-, -,-, olives and oil, 225, 468,
-, -,-, oranges, 164,
-, -,-, progress or lack of progress in, 28, 67, 83, 191, 249, 255, 428, 517, 540,
-, -,-, rice, 501,
-, -,-, timber, 33, 392,
-, -,-, tools for, defective, 28,
-, -,-, Trustees' garden at Savannah, 198, 225, 428, and see Anderson, H.; Fitzwalter,
-, -,-, Trustees' farm, see Bradley, W.,
-, -,-, vines and wine making, 29 (p. 14), 87, 143, 216, 225, 256, 448–9, 468, 515, 546, 556, and see De Lyon.
-, -, boundary with Florida, 243, 243ii, 567–8, and see under Georgia, Foreign Relations,
-, -, boundary with S.C., 338i, 423.
-, -, churches in, 143, 170, 176, 217, 478, and see under Frederica; Savannah,
-, -, currency, copper, 3, 263.
-, -, debt,
-, -,-, imprisonment for, 448,
-, -,-, regulation concerning, needed, 86.
-, -, education in, see Delamotte, C.; Frederica, school.
-, -, financial matters
-, -,-, (see also under Causton, T.; Georgia Society)
-, -,-, accounts, 109,
-, -,-, credit, allowed or stopped, 124, 438, 467, 478,
-, -,-, debts, 467, 509, 515,
-, -,-, defence costs, 178,
-, -,-, establishment and annual expenses, 83, 178, 198, 216, 226, 226ii–iii, 228–9, 249, 278, 283, 370, 390, 392, 448, 478, 504, 515,
-, -,-, Parliamentary grant, see under Georgia Society,
-, -,-, proceeds from rum duty in S.C., 391–2, 393, 393i,
-, -,-, sola bills, see under Georgia Society.
-, -, foreign relations
-, -,-, French attack, expected, 160, 243 (pp. 101–2),
-, -,-, French prisoners, brought by Indians, 391,
-, -,-, Spanish attack, intended, expected or laid aside, 59–60, 67, 146i, 152, 157–8, 158i, 159–60, 162, 164, 193–5, 205, 205ii–iv, 232, 243 (pp. 102–3), 255, 269, 269i–vi, 269viii, 272–3, 278, 297i, 359, 429, 448–9, 460, 467, 509, and sec Havana; Hawk; Ranger; St. Augustine; Seaford; Spain,
-, -,-, Spanish claim to, 86, 133, 158, 158i, 160, 567–8, and see Apalachee,
-, -,-, see also Georgia, boundary.
-, -, immigration
-, -,-, condition, 368, 456, 458,
-, -,-, desertions, 29 (p. 11), 416,
-, -,-, disposal, 124, 228, 406, 553–4,
-, -,-, Dutch, 501,
-, -,-, German, 68, 83, 86, 406,
-, -,-,-, party by Three Sisters, 86, 143, 176, 216, 226, 283, 316, 411, 424, 511,
-, -,-, needed, 67, 129,
-, -,-, party by Whitaker, 200,
-, -,-, Salzburghers, see Georgia, Salzburghers,
-, -,-, Scottish, 83, 313,
-, -,-,-, party by Two Brothers, 21, 176, 226, 316, 385, 390, 411, 511, and see Thomson, Capt. W.,
-, -,-, terms, 204, 453,
-, -,-, total (1733–7), 109.
-, -, indians
-, -,-, Cattawba, 536, and see Cattawba,
-, -,-, Cherokee, 536, and see Cherokee,
-, -,-, Chickasaw, 76, 391, and see Chickasaw,
-, -,-, Choctaw, 76, and see Choctaw,
-, -,-, Creek, 76, 510, 515, and see Creek,
-, -,-, expenses of, 39,
-, -,-, French plan to attack, 243ii (p. 105),
-, -,-, meet at Savannah, 515,
-, -,-, need to secure, 67,
-, -,-, occupy fort, 133,
-, -,-, presents for, 8, 229, 406, 515,
-, -,-, report on, 427,
-, -,-, secretary for affairs of, 412, and see Clarke, J.; Wesley, C.,
-, -,-, Spanish relations with, 29 (p. 15), 152, 415, 567,
-, -,-, supplied with arms, 509,
-, -,-, to be restrained, 195,
-, -,-, trade with, dispute with S.C. arising from, 27, 233, 236, 263, 278, 356–7, 370, 406, 423, and see Georgia, Trade.
-, -, industry
-, -,-, bricks, 421, 432, 478,
-, -,-, pottery, 255, 478, 516,
-, -,-, silk, 23, 29 (pp. 13–4), 83, 164, 198, 255, 283, 448–9, 468, 478,
-, -,-, timber, 553–4, and see Georgia, Agriculture.
-, -,-, Jews in, 29 (p. 14), 255.
-, -, judicial matters
-, -,-, case of J. Wesley, 257, and see Wesley, J.,
-, -,-, court at Savannah,
-, -,-,-, mace for, 412,
-, -,-,-, proceedings of, 368–70, 427, 430, 458,
-, -,-, grand jury,
-, -,-, powers of, 289, 392,456,
-, -,-, proceedings of, 83, 370,
-, -,-, imprisonment for debt, 448.
-, -, land grants
-, -,-, conditions of,29 (p. 13), 143, 204, 222, 453, 456,
-, -,-, for missionary, 316,
-, -,-, for Protestants, 169,
-, -,-, for religious uses, 109, 226, 230, 316,406–7, 478,
-, -,-, for servants, 109,
-, -,-, for soldiers, 109, 169, 214, 221,
-, -,-, list of, 109,
-, -,-, neglect in running out, 29 (p. 14),
-, -,-, sale, 83,
-, -,-, sought, see Vanderplank, J.,
-, -,-, to bailiffs, for regranting, 213–4, 221, 228,
-, -,-, vacant, 457,
-, -,-, see Baker; Broadie, J.; Carteret, J.; Cook, A. and S.; Delgrass, F.; Foster, G.; Gibbs, I., son of; Gordon, P. and K.; Heron, Capt. A.; Hughes, J.; Jenys, P.; Lawes, H.; Logie, A.; McLeod, J.; Provost, D.; Turner, R.; Upton, T.; Warwick, [J.]; Wood, Capt. W.
-, -, letter dated from, 126.
-, -, liquor prohibited in, 255–6, and see Georgia, Acts; Georgia, Trade.
-, -, military and naval matters
-, -,-, artillery, 84, 272,
-, -,-, boats, 157, 216, 262–3, 271, 283, 478,
-, -,-, Col. Cochran's force, 270,
-, -,-, commander-in-chief, 103, and see Oglethorpe, J.,
-, -,-, costs, 178, 198, 509,
-, -,-, estimated righting strength, 243 (p. 102),
-, -,-, forts, 133, 567,
-, -,-,-, church to be used as, 218,
-, -,-,-, proposed among Creeks, 243 (p. 100), work on, 460,
-, -,-,-, and see Argyle; Fort George; Frederica; Savannah,
-, -,-, gunpowder, needed, 157, 415–6,
-, -,-, lieut.-general, see Horsey, S.,
-, -,-, militia, 83, 449, 467,
-, -,-, preparedness, 157,
-, -,-, rangers, 478, and see Macpherson,
-, -,-, regiment for and in, 460, 467,
-, -,-,-, arrival, 249, 254,
-, -,-,-, commander, see Oglethorpe, J.,
-, -,-,-, cost of, 391, 420iv, 509, 515,
-, -,-, courts-martial in, 467–8, 504, 510,
-, -,-,-, differences among officers, 448,
-, -,-,-, good state of, 313, 346, 442–3
-, -,-,-, Highlanders in, 554,
-, -,-,-, Irishmen in, 467–8,
-, -,-,-, land grants for, 109, 214, 221,
-, -,-,-, mortality in, 191,
-, -,-,-, mutiny in, 504, 509–10, 515,
-, -,-,-, officers in, see Cochran, J.; Cook, W.; Debrisay; Heron, A.; Horton, W.; Maccoy,
-, -,-,-, on the way, 28, 86, 152, 162, 244, 271–2, 318, 326, 334i,
-, -,-,-, Spanish agent in, 334i,
-, -,-,-, strength of, 468, 468i,
-, -,-,-, stores for, 101,
-, -,-,-, surgeon, 467,
-, -,-,-, traitors in, 467–8,
-, -,-, see also Mackintosh, Capt. A.; Macpherson, Capt. J.,
-, -,-, ships of R.N. at and off, 177, 450, and see Hawk; Ranger; Seaford.
-, -, ministers and missionaries in,
-, -,-, benefactions for, 46, 118,
-, -,-, expenses of, 198, 233,
-, -,-, offer to serve as, 294,
-, -,-, subsistence of, 316,
-, -,-, Treasury allowance to, 319,
-, -,-, see also Bolzius, Rev. J. M.; Delamotte, C.; Gronau, Rev. I. C; Norris, W.; Wesley, Rev. C. and J.; Whitefield, Rev. G.
-, -, Moravians in, 262, 316, 406.
-, -, officers
-, -,-, bailiffs at Savannah, see Causton, T.; Dearne, J.; Gilbert, R.; Parker, H.,
-, -,-, clerks at Frederica, see Dobree; Smallwood,
-, -,-, constables, see Coates, J.; Hird, T.,
-, -,-, deputy-surveyor, at Frederica, see Calwell, T.,
-, -,-, expenses of, 198,
-, -,-, recorder at Savannah, see Christie, T.,
-, -,-, secretary in Georgia, see Stephens, W.,
-, -,-, secretary for Indian affairs, 412, and see Clarke, J.; Wesley, Rev. C,
-, -,-, storekeeper at Frederica, see White, R.,
-, -,-, storekeeper at Savannah, see Causton, T.; Jones, T.,
-, -,-, surveyor at Frederica, see Auspurgur,
-, -,-, surveyor at Savannah, see Jones, N.,
-, -,-, tithingman, see Hows, R.
-, -, orphans in, trustees for, 226, 228.
-, -, population of, registration, 255, 345.
-, -, postal services, 216, 256, 283.
-, -, religious matters,
-, -,-, benefaction for, 541 see under Georgia, ministers; Savannah,
-, -,-, church.
-, -, Salzburghers in (see also Ebenezer), 3, 172, 173i, 478–9, 500–1,
-, -,-, further transport requested, 540,
-, -,-, letter from, 517,
-, -,-, livestock for, 147,
-, -,-, ministers of, see Bolzius, Rev. J. M.,
-, -,-, money for, 548,
-, -,-, need tradesmen, 548,
-, -,-, need women, 517, 548.
-, -, slaves
-, -, ploughs better than, 464.
-, -, trade
-, -,-, (commodities)
-, -,-, cloth, 86,
-, -,-, provisions, 83, 86, 390, 467, 478, suppliers, see Appelbe, B.; Crokatt & Seaman; Ellis, R.; Ellis & Ryan; Mackpherson, Capt. J.; Minis & Salomons; Montaigut, S. & Co.; Munro, B.; Provost, D.; Thomson, Capt.; Tingley, S.; Vanderspiegel, W.; Ware, T.; Williams, R. & Co.; Woodward & Flower,
-, -,-, rum, 183, 369, 406, 411–2,
-, -,-, wine, 275, 505, 505i,
-, -,-, (countries)
-, -,-, N.Y., 83, 467,
-, -,-, Penn., 467,
-, -,-, S.C., 86,
-, -,-, Indian, 83,
-, -,-,-, dispute with S.C. concerning, 70, 233, 236, 263, 301–2, 356–7, 370, 406, 423,
-, -,-, proposals concerning, 255.

GEORGIA SOCIETY, Trustees of,
-, -, accountant, see Verelst, H.,
-, -, accounts, 39, 99, 109–10, 198, 316, 548,
-, -, appointments by, 186–7,
-, -, benefactions to, 87, 541, 546, 548, 561, and see Wilson, T.,
-, -, Common Council of,
-, -, members, pp. 286–7,
-, -, minutes, 39, 51, 124, 143, 169, 176, 182, 198, 216, 262, 277, 316, 343, 546,
-, -, creditors of, 51,
-, -, finances, 39, 277–8, and see Georgia Society, accounts; Georgia Society, parliamentary grant to; Georgia Society, sola bills of,
-, -, instructions by, 204, 266, 345,
-, -, instructions to, 237, 302, 302i, 357,
-, -, letters to, 21, 23, 29, 83, 86, 127, 157, 164, 200, 248–9, 255, 257, 3341, 368, 370, 415, 427–8, 430–2, 434, 442, 448, 456–7, 459, 467,478, 505, 505i, 511,
-, -, members, pp. 286–7,
-, -, minutes, 7, 46, 52, 66, 79, 87, 98, 110–1, 118, 125, 144, 154, 170, 177, 183, 199, 217, 221, 233, 278, 288, 306, 317, 329, 335, 342, 344, 385, 423, 541, 548, 561,
-, -, parliamentary grant to, 66–7, 99, 198, 233, 264, 328–9, 335, 390–2, 448–9, 467, 478, 509, 515, 555,
-, -, petitions of, 178, 179,
-, -, petition to, 190,
-, -, secretary, see Martyn, B.,
-, -, sola bills of, 39, 51, 72, 143, 263, 284, 316, 478,
-, -,-, cancelled, 548,
-, -,-, needed in Ga., 515,
-, -,-, not accounted for, 391,
-, -,-, not to be issued, 318, 390,
-, -,-, sent to Ga., 8, 39, 51, 109, 198, 249, 278, 467,
-, -,-, to be only mode of payment, 39, 124.

Georgia packet, J. Lush, master, 269iv.

Gerald, Capt. John, of America, vines and letters for Ga. by, 546, 555–7.

Geraldino, Don Thomas, agent of King of Spain, 243, 567.

Germa, [George, of St. Eustatius], 85i.

Germany and the Germans,
-, -, coins current in L.I., 547,
-, -, emigrants to Ga., 316,411–2, and see Georgia, Immigration,
-, -, emigrants to S.C., 42, 340.

Gibbs, George, assemblyman of Bermuda, 455i.

Gibbs, Isaac, of Abercorn, Ga., 86,
-, -, letter from, 464,
-, -, son of, 464.

Gibraltar, 408,
-, -, G. Whitefield at, 199, 223,
-, -, passengers for Ga. via, 200,
-, -, proceedings in piracy case at, 134i, 563, 563i,
-, -, Spanish claim surrender of, 158, 158i,
-, -, troops from, for Ga., 28,
-, -,-, mutiny of, 504, 510.

Gibson, Edmund, Bishop of London, 317, 324, 562,
-, -, letter from, 325,
-, -, letters to, 319, 324i,
-, -, to ordain G. Whitefield, 548.

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

Gilbert, Ephraim, assemblyman of Bermuda, 455 i.

Gilbert, John, letter from Ga. to, 168.

Gilbert, Nathaniel, enquiry by, into Antigua slave-conspiracy, 18i.

Gilbert, Robert, appointed 3rd Bailiff at Savannah, Ga., 182, 187, 226, 228–9,
-, -, refuses to serve, 456.

Gilbert, Thomas, assemblyman of Bermuda, 455i.

Gildart, Johnson, of Liverpool, m., 47.

Gildart, Richard, of Liverpool, m., 47.

Glen, James, Governor of S.C. and lieut.-general of forces in Ga. and S.C.,
-, -, commission and instructions to, 507, 52ii–ii.

Glen, William, g. in S.C., p. 281.

Glenn, Robert, g. in S.C., p. 280.

Gloucester, Bishop of, see Benson, M.

Gloucester County, Act of Va. concerning lands in, 15.

Godfry, Benjamin, g. in S.C., p. 281.

Godin, Benjamin, g. in S.C., p. 281.

Godin (? the same), 256.

Godolphin, Sir William, letter from (1672), 114i.

Goffe, Samuel, servant, at Frederica, Ga., 75.

Gollop, John, Cllr. of Barbados, 495.

Gooch, William, Lieut.–Governor of Virginia, 535,
-, -, accounts passed by, 396i–ii, 502iv,
-, -, addresses to, 502ii–iii,
-, -, letters from, 396, 451, 454, 502,
-, -, letters to, 400, 536,
-, -, proclamations by, 451i, 454i,
-, -, speech of, 502i,
-, -, warrants to, 94, 112.

Goodman, Thomas, g. in S.C., p. 281.

Goodwin, John, of Liverpool, m., 47.

Goodwin, Martha, g. in S.C., p. 281.

Goodwyenn, John, g. in S.C., p. 281.

Gordon, Peter and Katherine, grantees of house and land in Savannah, Ga., 139, 143, 226, 284.

Gordon, William, Cllr. of Jamaica, refuses to serve and resigns, 12, 26, 196, 203, 373.

Gordon, William, of Bristol, m., 47.

Goshen, Act of N.Y. for building courthouse and gaol at, 268 (p. 128), 530.

Gosport, Hants,
-, -, J. Oglethorpe at, 263, 271,
-, -, letters dated at, 272, 278.

Gough, Sir Harry, elected Trustee for Ga., 110.

Gould, King, letter from N. Scotia received via, 138, 174.

Graham, Walter, proposed for commission in company in Jamaica, 331iii.

Graham, William, of Happy, 134i.

Grand Franco, Spanish warship in W.I., 497ii.

Grand Leon, Spanish warship in W.I., 497ii.

Grange, George, g. in S.C., p. 281.

Granier (Greenier), John, g. in S.C., p. 281.

Grant, Abell, of Bristol, m., 47.

Grant, Patrick, settler in Ga., letter from, 430.

Grant (? another), 313.

Granvill(e) Bastion, Charleston, S.C., 293.

Granville County, S.C., land grants in, pp. 276–85.

Gravesend, Kent, letter dated at, 3.

Gray, John, trader in S.C. (1728), affidavit of, 243 (p. 98), 243ii (p. 104).

Gray, William, trader in S.C. (1728), affidavit of, 243ii (p. 104).

Gray, William, g. in S.C., p. 281.

Great Britain, see principally under Council of Trade and Plantations; Customs; Parliament; Pelham Holies, T., Duke of Newcastle; Privy Council. For relations with colonies and foreign countries, see under those colonies and countries.

Greenell, Daniel, mate of Bathsheba, affidavit of, 205iv.

Greenhill, Lieut. John, officer in independent company in Jamaica, 493, 493i,
-, -, dead, 518.

Greenier, see Granier.

Gregory, John, President of Council and acting Governor of Jamaica, 49, 372–3, 465,
-, -, appoints councillors, 25–6,
-, -, letters from, 26–7, 54i,
-, -,-, cited, 54,
-, -, letter to, 17,
-, -,-, cited, 195i,
-, -, quarrels with councillors, 196, 203,
-, -, representation to, 54ii.

Gregory, Dr. Matthew, proposed as Cllr. of Jamaica, 513, 533.

Griffith, David, master of Jacob, 269,
-, -, examination of, 269vi.

Grimball, Isaac, g. in S.C., p. 281.

Grob, Adelhelth. g. in S.C., p. 281.

Grob, Elizabeth, (? the same),g. in S.C., p. 281.

Grobs, John, g. in S.C., p. 281.

Gronau, Rev. Israel Christian, minister of Salzburghers in Ga., 501, 540,
-, -, letter from, 500.

Groper, George Schonman, g. in S.C., p. 281.

Grymes, John, Receiver–General of Va., accounts of, 3961–ii, 502iv.

Guadeloupe, French W.I., British prisoners taken to, 132i.

Guarland, H.M.S., Capt. Watson, intended for Canso, 91.

Gunthorpe, John, Cllr. of Antigua, 534iii,
-, -, recommended, 482.



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