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Sables, Isle of, proposals for settlement of, 138i–iii.

Sadler, Lieut. James, officer in Jamaica, 493I

St. Andrew's, Ga.,
-, -, British troops at, 313,
-, -, commander, see Mackay, H.,
-, -, establishment, 467,
-, -, healthiness of people at, 6,
-, -, fort, 83, 568,
-, -, mortality at, 191,
-, -, mutiny at, 504, 515,
-, -, settlers for, 249.

St. Augustine (Santa Augusta), Florida,
-, -, British prisoners at, 243ii (p. 104), and see Howell, J.,
-, -, British ships reported off, 244, 244i,
-, -, British slaves proclaimed free at, 158i,
-, -, deserters from, 431,
-, -, governor of,
-, -,-, letter from, cited, 431,
-, -,-, signs treaty with J. Oglethorpe, 133,
-, -, letter from, cited, 77,
-, -, Plate Fleet sometimes calls at, 243ii (p. 108),
-, -, R.N. reconnaissance to, 162, 164, 166,
-, -, Spaniards at, desire friendship with Ga., 29 (P.15),
-, -, Spaniards from, go to Ga., 29 (p. 15), 68,
-, -, Spanish troops and military preparations at, 160, 162, 269, 269iv–vi, 269viii, 278, 297i, 318, 449, 460, 509,
-, -, Spanish ships and naval preparations at, 146i, 158a, 159–60, 164,
-, -, trade with N.Y., embargoed, 269, 401,
-, -, within Carolina charter, 243 (p. 98), 243ii (p. 106).

St. Catherina Island, Ga.-Florida border, British settlement on (1715), 243ii (p. 104).

ST. CHRISTOPHER'S
-, -,-, (see also Leeward I.)
-, -, agent, 100, and see Coope, R.
-, -, council
-, -,-,(members of, see Douglas, J.; Dunbar, C.; Estridge, J.; Fleming, G.; Garnett, J.; Mann, E.; McDowall, W.; Mills, M.; Payne, A.; Payne, Sir C.; Phipps, J.; Pym, C.; Soulegre, P.; Thomas, Rev. W.; Williams, J.; recommended to be, see Mathew, D.; Ottley, D.; Ottley, W.; Payne, R.; Wilson, R.; Woodley, W.),
-, -,-, minutes, sent to England, 444, 482,
-, -,-, order of (1715), valuing foreign coins, 547.
-, -, currency, report on, 547.
-, -, foreign relations
-, -,-, British ship taken off, 85, 85i, 132, 132i.
-, -, judicial matters
-, -,-, Admiralty Court trial, 247.
-, -, lieut.-governor, see Fleming, G.
-, -, military and naval matters
-, -,-, stores of war needed (1731, 1734) 100.
-, -, population, record of, 520, 534i–ii.
-, -, trade
-, -,-, Martinique, clandestine, 547,
-, -,-, Puerto Rico, 247.

St. Croix River, now Maine, settlement proposed at, 327.

St. Domingue (see also Donna Maria Bay),
-, -, Englishman living at, see Payne, L.
-, -, lieut.-governor, see L'Arnage,
-, -, ship of, seizes British ships, 417, 417i–iii,
-, -, turtle fishery, 506.

St. Eustathis (Eustatia),
-, -,-, governor of, 132, and see Faesch, J., letter from, 156ii,
-, -, letter dated at, 85i,
-, -, R.N. ship at, 132i,
-, -, trade of,
-, -,-, Bermuda, 519,
-, -,-, N.Y., 1341.

St. Francis de Pupa, Ga.-Florida border, 133.

St. George's, Hanover Square, London, grantee of land in Ga. from, 119,
-, Fort, Ga.-Florida border, see Fort King George.

St. George's Island, Ga.-Florida border, Spaniards said to have occupied, 415–6, 427, 431.

St. George's Harbour, Bermuda, 455, 519, shipping and tonnage figures, p. 289.

St. Helena Island, S.C., fort, 293.

St. Helen's Road, Isle of Wight, British troops for Ga. detained at, 326, 334i.

St. Jago [San Tiago]St. Jago [San Tiago], C. Verde Islands, 389i.

St. Jago de Cuba,
-, -, British prisoners at, 59,
-, -, Spanish military preparations at, 269i.

St. Jago de la Vega (Spanish Town), Jamaica, letter dated at, 203, and see Spanish Town.

St. James, [John Curtis master], British ship taken by Spaniards, 55.

St. John's Fort, St. John's River, Ga.-Florida border, Spanish fort, 133, 162, 318.

St. John's River (St. Juan, St. Mathias), Ga.-Florida border, 243 (p. 99),
-, -, navigation of, 133,
-, -, proposed as boundary, 568,
-, -, Spanish at, 160, 162, 243 (p. 98), 243ii (p. 104), 427, 431.

St. John's, N.F.L.,
-, -, fishery, 498ii,
-, -, harbour, 498,
-, -, public houses at, 498i.

St. Joseph's, Bay of, Gulf of Mexico, 243ii (p. 107).

St. Joseph Fort, Florida, see St. Mark.

St. Juan's, Ga.-Florida border, see St. John's.

San Juan, Spanish warship, 497ii.

St. Kitts, see St. Christopher's.

St. Lawrence River, 268ii (p. 131).

St. Leaver (Sauftleaver), George, of Ebenezer, Ga., 86, 127.

St. Lewis, Florida, former Spanish fort, 243 (p. 99).

St. Lucia, French settlement on, 387, 404, 494–5.

Sta. Maria, Ga.-Florida border, former Spanish settlement, 243 (p. 98), 24311 (p. 104).

St. Mark Fort (St. Joseph), Chatahuchee River, Florida, Spanish settlement, 243 (pp. 99–100).

St. Martin's, British prisoners at, 132.

St. Martin's Library, London, letter dated at, 294.

St. Mathias River, Ga.-Florida border, see St. John's River.

St. Michael, Capt., French privateer, see Michel.

San Pedro, Florida, 568.

St. Philip's parish, Charleston, S.C., juries from, 377.

St. Sacrament Lake, communications of, with N.Y., 268ii (p. 131).

St. Servans, France, negro boy from, kidnapped, 333.

St. Simon's, Ga., 83,
-, -, British troops at, 313,
-, -, letters dated at, 450, 467, 553,
-, -, J. Oglethorpe at, 456,
-, -, Spaniards at, 68,
-, -, see also Frederica.

St. Simon's River, Florida, British fort on, see Frederica, Ga.

San Tiago, C. Verde, see St. Jago.

St. Thomas, Danish W.I., 247i,
-, -, trade of, with N.Y., 268iv.

St. Thomas Middle Island, St. Christopher's, parish register of, 520, 534i
-, St. Vincent, French settlement on, 387, 404.

Sale, Governor (1668) of Carolina, 133.

Sallee, N. Africa,
-, -, piracy at, evidence sought, 563, 563i,
-, -, ships at, 134.

Salomons, supplier to Ga., see Minis & .

Salt, see Exuma.

Salter, Richard, Cllr. of Barbados, 495.

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

Salzburgh, Germany, immigrants to Ga. from, 172, 173i.

Salzburghers in Ga., see under Ebenezer; Georgia, Salzburghers in.

Samuel, Capt. Percy, for Ga. and S.C., 283–4, 394.

Sanderson, William, storekeeper at Placentia, N.F.L., 498iii.

Sandy Hook, N.Y., 268 ii(p. 133),
-, -, Act to provide pilots for, 530,
-, -, position of, 268ii (p. 132).

Santee, S.C., letter dated at, 243ii (p. 105).

Santee River, S.C.,
-, -, landgrants on, pp. 278–85,
-, -, settlement on, proposed, 252i, 292, 308–9, 355.

Saphy, N. Africa, 134i.

Sarah of Bristol, Jason Vaughan master, taken by Spaniards, 497i, 566i.

Sauce, David, g. in S.C., p. 283.

Sauftleaver, see St. Leaver.

Saunders, Lawrence, g. in S.C., p. 283.

Saunders, William, g. in S.C., p. 283.

Savannah, Ga., (see also Causton, T.)
-, -, acreage planted at, small, 428,
-, -, affidavit sworn at, 297i,
-, -, apothecary for, 548,
-, -, artillery at, 84,
-, -, bailiffs of (see Causton, T.; Deame, J.; Gilbert, R.; Parker, H.)
-, -,-, expenses of, 198,
-, -,-, land grant to, 213, 221,
-, -,-, letter to, 184,
-, -, brickmaking at, 421,
-, -, Carolina influence on, 83,
-, -, certificate dated at, 79,
-, -, church at,
-, -,-, benefaction for, 177, and see Georgia,
-, -,-,-, churches in,
-, -,-, corruption in, 539,
-, -,-, instruction for, 218,
-, -,-, materials sent for, 226, 226iv,
-, -,-, plan for, 176, 216, and see Tomas,
-, -,-, see also under Morris, Rev. W.; Wesley, Rev. J.,
-, -, churchyard, to be fenced, 548,
-, -, court of,
-, -,-, mace for, 143, 412,
-, -,-, recorder, see Christie, T.,
-, -,-, to appoint trustees for orphans, 228,
-, -,-, and see under Georgia, Judicial Matters,
-, -, crane at, 511,
-, -,-, servants for, 406, 456,
-, -, factions at, 29 (p. 11), 83, 127,
-, -, fort at, 83, 478,
-, -,-, not defensible, 152,
-, -, freeholders at, account of, mentioned, 457–8,
-, -, gaol at, escapes from, 427,
-, -, grand jury, powers of, 83, 289,
-, -, healthiness of, 458,
-, -, hospital, 313,
-, -, Indians at, 510, 515,
-, -, land granted at, 139, and see Cook, A. and S.; Logie, A.,
-, -, letters dated at, 21, 23, 28–9, 33, 83–4, 86, 127–9, 152.157, 200, 249, 255–8, 270, 313, 368–71, 415–6, 421, 427–32, 434, 456–9, 478–81, 504, 511, 516, 539,
-, -, militia of, mustered, 157,
-, -, minister at,
-, -,-, G. Whitefield to undertake duties of, 199, 223,
-, -,-, lacking, 29 (p. 15), 226,
-, -,-, and see Norris, W.; Wesley, J.,
-, -, missionary for, 317, 319, and see Whitefield, G.
-, -, parish register of, abstract, 539,
-, -, postal communications of, 83, 128, 198,
-, -, public garden at, 29 (p. 14), 283, gardeners, see
-, -,-, Anderson, H.; Fitzwalter,
-, -,-, neglected, 428,
-, -,-, servants for, 406, 456,
-, -, road built at, 456,
-, -, school at, 408,
-, -,-, books needed for, 539,
-, -,-, masters, see Delamotte, C.; Habersham,
-, -, settlers leave, 29 (p. 11),
-, -, sickness at, 28,
-, -, Spanish expedition planned to, 158i, and see under Georgia, Foreign Relations,
-, -, stores at, 72, 266,
-, -,-, accounts of, confused, 480,
-, -,-, bad state, 480,
-, -,-, books of, impounded, 478,
-, -,-, cost of, 198,
-, -,-, little left in, 478,
-, -,-, notice to be displayed in, 124, 228, 283, 456,
-, -,-, servants for, 456,
-, -,-, waste in, 511,
-, -, town-dock, 83.

Savannah River,
-, -, affected by drought, 368,
-, -, Indians on, 243 (p. 99),
-, -, landgrants (S.C.) on, pp. 278–84.

Scantlebury, Simon, Act of Barbados to encourage, 165.

Scarborough, H.M.S., Thomas Durell comdr., 251iii.

Schaachhook Indians (Six Nations), 268iii.

Scheffley, John Lewis, g. in S.C, p. 284.

Schenectady, N.Y.,
-, -, communications of, with New York City, 73, fort, 268i
-, Schuyler, John, recommended to be Cllr. of N.J., 150i.

Schuyler, Mynden, commnr. of N.Y. for Indian affairs, 445i.

Scipio, British ship seized by French (1736), return sought, 97.

Scotland and the Scots,
-, -, emigration to Ga. by, 21, 256, 313, 316, and see Georgia, Immigration,
-, -, S.P.C.K. of, see Society.

Scott, Capt. Henry, R.N., of H.M.S. Seaford, reconnoitres St. Augustine, Florida, 162, 164, 166, 269ii.

[Scott, James], assistant judge and Naval Officer, Bahamas, 88.

Scrope, Emanuel, Viscount Howe, former Governor of Barbados, 100.

Scrope, John, secretary to Treasury,
-, -, letter from, 310,
-, -, letter to, 414.

Seaford (Seafort, Seaforth), H.M.S., Capt. Henry Scott, R.N., 164, 244i, 269ii.

Seahorse, H.M.S., Capt. [James] Compton, stationship of Va., 451, 454.

Seaman, [George], see Crokatt & .

Searle, James, boats of, hired in Ga., 8, 39.

Searle, James (another), & Co., owners of Turtle Dove of N.Y., 417i.

Seel, Samuel, of Liverpool, m., 47.

Seel, Thomas, of Liverpool, m., 47.

Seel, Thomas, jnr., of Liverpool, m., 47.

Semmes, Capt. Ignatius, comdr. of Success, taken by Spaniards, 210,
-, -, affidavit of, 247i, 386ii,
-, -,-, mentioned, 247.

Semmes, Peter, mate of Success, 247i.

Seneca Indians (Five Nations, Six Nations), 268ii (p 132), 359.
-, -, agent with, 24311 (p. 105),
-, -, fort proposed in country of, 268i,
-, -, French influence with, 268iii, 445i,
-, -,-, and see New York, Indians.

Serre, Noah, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Seville, Treaty of (1729), 55.

Shaftesbury, Earl of, see Cooper.

Sharpe, John, agent for Barbados and Jamaica, 372,
-, -, memorials of, 55, 506,
-, -, papers from, 469.

Sharpe, William, clerk of Privy Council,
-, -, letter from, 414,
-, -, papers signed or certified by, 10–16, 18, 48, 62–5, 235, 240, 240ii, 353–4, 375–6, 379, 382, 486,
-, -, papers supplied to Parliament by, 100.

Shew, Daniel, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Shefferte, Henry, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Sherburne, Samuel, recommended to be Cllr. of N.H., 234, 551.

Sheriff, see Shirreff.

ships, see America; Amy; Anne; Baltic Merchant; Bathsheba; Beaufort; Blandford, H.M.S.; Brooke; Brunswick; Buen Retiro; Centurion, H.M.S.; Charles; Chatham, H.M.S.; Conquistador; Conception; Diamond, H.M.S.; Dispatch; Don Carlos; Drake; Dunkirk,
-, -, H.M.S.; Eagle; Elizabeth; Falmouth, H.M.S.; Fanny; Fleuron; Fortune; Fuerte; George; Georgia; Grand Franco; Grand Leon; Guarland, H.M.S.; Happy; Hawk, H.M.S.; Hector, H.M.S.; Hope; Jacob; James; Kingsale, H.M.S.; La Nuestra Senora; La Venus; Lightfoot; London Merchant; Loyal Betty (Isabel); Loyal Charles; Mary; Midnight; Minerva; New Cambridge; Phoenix, H.M.S.; Prince of Wales; Prince William; Prospect; Ranger, H.M.S.; Rebecca; Romney, H.M.S.; Rose, H.M.S.; St. James; San Juan; Samuel; Sarah; Scarborough, H.M.S.; Scipio; Seaford,
-, -, H.M.S.; Seahorse, H.M.S.; Simond; Success; Three Sisters; Triumph; Turtle Dove; Two Brothers; Union (2); Unity; Vautour; Whitaker; William; Woolball.

Shipway, S., of Bristol, m., 47.

Shirley, William, Advocate-General in Mass, and N.H.,
-, -, letter from, 1,
-, -, letter to, 487,
-, -, suggested as governor of Mass., 378.

Shirreff (Sheriff), William, Cllr. of N. Scotia, commnr. for Mass.-R.I. boundary, 549, documents attested by, 138i–iii.

Shott, William, deputy secretary of Bahamas (1732), document signed by, 78iii.

Shubrick, Capt. [Thomas], letter from Ga. by, 556.

Sikes, John, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Silver, see Currency.

Simond (Simon), Peter, merchant of London (Messrs. Simond & Co.), 104,
-, -, account of, with Georgia Soc, 390, 548, 555,
-, -, carrier of Swiss to S.C., 161.

Simond, passengers for Ga. by (1735), 216.

Simmons, merchant of Jamaica, 205iv.

Sinclair, John, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Singleton, James, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Six Nations of Indians (see also Cayuga; Mohawk; Oneida; Onoudaga; Seneca; New York, Indians), 243a (p. 105), 268iii, 445, 451.

Skene, Alexander, 259,
-, -, commnr. for N.C.-S.C. boundary, 188,
-, -, letter from, 259i,
-, -, memorial of, 259ii.

Skene, William, commnr. to settle Mass.-N.H. boundary, 174iii, 549.

Skinner, John, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Slaves, slavery and slave trade
-, -, evidence of, in courts, see Coteen, J.,
-, -, Spaniards proclaim freedom for English deserters, 158i, 297i,
-, -, see also under Antigua; Asiento; Barbados; Georgia; Jamaica; Nevis; New York; N. Carolina; S. Carolina; South Sea Company.

Sloper, William, Common Councilman of Georgia, pp. 286–7,
-, -, petition signed by, 178.

Smallwood, James, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Smallwood, Mathew, murdered by Indians (1727), 243ii (p. 104).

Smallwood, Samuel, clerk, of Frederica, Ga., 21, 84, 467.

Smelt, L., clerk in Ordnance Office, paper signed by, 135I


-, Smith, Conrade, of Bristol, m., 47.

Smith, Daniel, Cllr. of Nevis, absent, 534iii.

Smith, George, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Smith, Josheph, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Smith, Michael, Cllr. of Nevis, 534iii.

Smith, Richard, recommended to be Cllr. of N.J., 150i.

Smith, Rev. Samuel, Trustee and Common Councilman for Ga., 110, 118, 324, pp. 286–7.

Smith, Samuel, clerk to committee of assembly of Bermuda, 455iii.

Smith, Thomas, assemblyman of Bermuda, 455i.

Smith, Thomas, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Smith, William, appointed Chief Baron of Exchequer Court of N.C., 281i.

Smith, William, of London, m., 47.

Smith, William, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Smith & Bonovrier, merchants, of London, 164.

Smith, merchant at Cadiz, 134.

Snell, John, mariner, of Rebecca, protest by (1732), 78iii.

Snellgrove, Freeman, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (S.P.C.K.), 329, 540,
-, -, secretary, see Newman, H.

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Scotland), work of, in Ga., 316, 406.

Society for Propagation of Gospel (S.P.G.), 294.

Solicitor-General, see Strange, J.

Soreil, Canada, 268iii.

Soulegre, Peter, Cllr. of St. Christopher's, absent, 534iii.

Southampton, letters dated at, 232, 244, 435, 453.

SOUTH CAROLINA
-, -,-, (see also Broughton, T.; Bull, W.; Charleston)
-, -, acts
-, -,-, concerning offices (1694, 1698), 537,
-, -,-, concerning quitrents (1731), 253i,
-, -,-, for drawing juries by ballot (1731), 280, 305, 377, 403, 526,
-, -,-, for duty on negroes, 49, 122,
-, -,-, for duty on rum for benefit of Ga., 391–3, 393i–ii,
-, -,-, for emitting bills of credit, 30–1, 49, 330, 332, 338i, 339,
-, -,-, for settling Swiss (1730), 250i,
-, -,-, for trade with Indians, 70, 233, 236–7, 278, 301, 356–7.
-, -, agriculture
-, -,-, harvest, 368, 467,
-, -,-, mulberry trees, 23,
-, -,-, rice, rise in price of, 31.
-, -,-, assembly
-, -,-, forbids payment of officers, 375i,
-, -,-, journals of, cited, 259,
-, -,-, meets at Port Royal, 429,
-, -,-, proceedings, 122,
-, -,-, unwilling to pay costs of running boundary with N.C., 259, 259i—ii.
-, -,-, boundaries of, 188, 243, 259, 259i–ii, 286, 338i, 423, 567–8.
-, -, council
-, -,-, (members, see Atkins, E.; Broughton, Col. T., decd.; Crokatt, J.; Middleton, A., decd.; recommended, see Blake, J.; Pinckney, C.)
-, -,-, clerk, see Badenhop, J.,
-, -,-, president, 122,
-, -,-, proceedings, 106, 269iii,
-, -,-, secretary, see Hammerton, J.
-, -, currency (bills of credit),
-, -,-, Acts concerning, 49, 330, 332, 338i, 339,
-, -,-,-, instruction concerning, 330, 338i,
-, -,-,-, observations on, 31,
-, -,-,-, opposed, 30, 49,
-, -,-, confusion in, 253i, 260.
-, -, Exchequer Court, see S. Carolina, Judicial Matters.
-, -, financial matters
-, -,-, bills of credit, see S. Carolina, currency,
-, -,-, debts, public, 330,
-, -,-, duty on negroes, 49, 260, 332,
-, -,-, duty on rum, 391–3, 393i–ii,
-, -,-, instruction concerning, 338i,
-, -,-, land-tax, 253i, 259ii.
-, -, foreign relations
-, -,-, French threat to, 243 (pp. 102–4),
-, -,-, Spanish claim, 133, 243, 567,
-, -,-, Spanish invasion of,
-, -,-,-, expected, 59, 77, 232, 255, 269iv, 272, 359.
-, -,-,-,not intended, 269ii,
-, -,-,-, and see under Spain.
-, -, governors, lieut.–governors and acting governors (see Broughton, T.; Bull, W.; Glen, J.; Horsey, S.; Johnson, Sir N.; Johnson, R.; Moore, Col. J.)
-, -,-, instructions to, 237, 301, 301i,
-, -,-,-, exceeded, 31,
-, -,-,-, suggested, 42, 122,
-, -,-, letter from, cited, 157,
-, -,-, power of, to appoint chief baron, queried, 267,
-, -,-, special commission for, 381,
-, -,-, speculation concerning, 84.
-, -, immigration
-, -,-, fund to promote, 106, 338i, 340,
-, -,-, German, 42, 340,
-, -,-, instruction concerning, 338i,
-, -,-, and see Cartwright, J.; McCulloh, H.; Purry, Col. J.; Purrysburgh; Zouberbuhler, S.
-, -, indians
-, -,-, affairs, commnr. for, see Drake, Capt. W.,
-, -,-, Cattawba, 536, and see Cattawba,
-, -,-, Cherokee, 536, and see Cherokee,
-, -,-, Choctaw, embassy, 341, 353, and see Choctaw,
-, -,-, Creek, 243ii (pp. 104, 107), and see Creek,
-, -,-, for defence, 73, 269iv,
-, -,-, French plan to attack, 243 (p. 101), 243ii (p. 108),
-, -,-, trade, 243 (p. 100), 353,
-, -,-,-, Act for settling, to be prepared, 301–2, 356–7, 423–4,
-, -,-,-, corn, 157,
-, -,-,-, disputed with Ga., 263, 271, 278, 406,
-, -,-,-, harm done to, 427,
-, -,-,-, ordinance of S.C. concerning, 70, 233,
-, -,-,-,-, repealed, 236–7,
-, -,-,-, unlicenced, 370,
-, -,-,-, see also S. Carolina, Trade,
-, -,-, war with, effects, 31,
-, -,-, Yamasee, 243 (p. 98), 243ii (p. 104), and see Yamasee.
-, -, industry
-, -,-, silk, 255.
-, -, judicial matters
-, -,-, assistant judges, commissioned by governor, 377,
-, -,-, Chief Baron,
-, -,-,-, powers, 281,
-, -,-,-, to be appointed, 365,
-, -,-, Chief Justice, see Wright, R.,
-, -,-, Exchequer Court, 403,
-, -,-,-, authorized, 381,
-, -,-,-, opinion of Attorney-General on, 281,
-, -,-,-, proceedings, 280,
-, -,-,-, proposed, 365,
-, -,-,-, queries on, 267,
-, -,-, felons, allowed counsel and copy of indictment, 377,
-, -,-, juries,
-, -,-,-, how appointed, 280,
-, -,-,-, Act for drawing, repealed, 305, 377, 403, 526.
-, -, land grants
-, -,-, abuses and confusion in, 253i, 260, 303,
-, -,-, consequential on demarcation of boundary, 259ii,
-, -,-, escheat of, proceedings, 280,
-, -,-, list of grantees (1738), pp. 278–85,
-, -,-, petitioned for, 250i, 252i, 292,
-, -,-, proposed, 355, and see Cartwright, J.,
-, -,-, quitrents from, 253i, 311,
-, -,-, surveyors of, denied payment, 375i,
-, -,-, total, to 1730, 253i,
-, -,-, see also New Windsor; Purrysburgh; S. Carolina, Judicial Matters, Exchequer Court.
-, -, Lords Proprietors, see Carolina.
-, -, map of, see Nairns.
-, -, military and naval matters
-, -,-, artillery,
-, -,-,-, needed, 272,
-, -,-,-, report on, 220i–ii, 293,
-, -,-, defence,
-, -,-,-, costs, 178, 420iv,
-, -,-,-, Six Nations important to, 73,
-, -,-, estimated fighting strength, 243 (p. 102),
-, -,-, expedition against Florida (1703), 243 (p. 99),
-, -,-, forces in,
-, -,-,-, c.-in-c., see Oglethorpe, J.,
-, -,-,-, lieut.-general, see Horsey, S.,
-, -,-, forts, 361,
-, -,-,-, proposed among Lower Creeks, 243 (p. 100),
-, -,-,-, see Johnson's Fort,
-, -,-, militia, 243 (p. 102),
-, -,-,-, under arms, 269iv,
-, -,-, R.N. ships at, 177,450, and see Rose, H.M.S.; Seaforth, H.M.S.,
-, -,-, sloop, sent to St. Augustine, 269ii,
-, -,-, warlike stores for, 100–1, 366, 380,
-, -,-, see also under Spain.
-, -, officers
-, -,-, Attorney-General, see Abercromby, J.,
-, -,-, deputy-secretary, see Michie, J.,
-, -,-, commnr. for Indian affairs, see Drake, W.,
-, -,-, Receiver-General, 311,
-, -,-, register, see Hammerton, J.; Johnson, N.,
-, -,-, secretary, see Hammerton, J.,
-, -,-, surveyor, 253i,
-, -,-, treasurer, 393, 393i—ii.
-, -, ordinance concerning Indian trade, see S. Carolina, Acts.
-, -, shipping, volume, 243 (p. 103).
-, -, slaves
-, -,-, desert to Florida (1727), 243ii (p. 104),
-, -,-, duty on, 49, 106, 122, 260, 332,
-, -,-, importance of, 243 (p. 102), 323,
-, -,-, numbers imported (1735), 122.
-, -, smallpox in, 368.
-, -, trade
-, -,-, (commodities)
-, -,-,-, cloth, 86,
-, -,-,-, liquor, 106,
-, -,-,-, naval stores, potential, 252i,
-, -,-,-, rum, 391–3, 393i–ii,
-, -,-, (countries)
-, -,-,-, Georgia, 86,
-, -,-,-, Great Britain, 243 (p. 103),
-, -,-, figures of, 243iii, p. 289,
-, -,-, Indian, 243 (p. 100), 341, 353,
-, -,-,-, Act for settling, to be prepared, 301–2 356–7, 423,
-, -,-,-, disputed with Ga., 263, 406,
-, -,-,-, hopes of enlarging, 359,
-, -,-,-, instruction concerning, 301, 301i, 302,
-, -,-,-, licences to be granted for, 302,
-, -,-,-, ordinance of S.C. asserting freedom in 70, 233, 236–7,
-, -,-,-, unlicenced persons in, 370,
-, -,-,-, and see Georgia, Indians; S. Carolina, Indians,
-, -,-,-, merchants of London in, petition of, 339.

South Carolina Gazette, 106,
-, -, advertisement in, repudiating credit given in Ga., 124, 282–3, 394, 427, 438, 555. 558,
-, -, copies of, sent to England, 76,
-, -, notice put in, by J. Wesley, 257.

South Keys (Cays), off Cuba, British trade to, 348i, 566.

South Sea Company, 248,
-, -, factors of, 77, 497, 497i,
-, -, grievances of, 55,
-, -, ship of, taken by Spaniards, 497i, and see James.

SPAIN and the SPANIARDS
-, -,-, (see also under Campeachy; Canary I.; Cartagena; Cuba; Florida; Georgia, Foreign Relations; Georgia, Military and Naval; Havana; Howell, J.; Keene, B.; Mexico; Prew, J.; Puerto Rico; St. Augustine; St. Jago de Cuba; St. John's; South Carolina, Foreign Relations; Vera Cruz)
-, -, attack on Ga. intended by, 60, 67, 77, 146i, 152, 157–60, 162, 164, 193–5, 205,
-, -, 205ii–iv, 232, 243 (pp. 101–2), 255, 269i–ii, 272–3, 297i, 401, 448–9, 460,
-, -,-, expense caused by, 509i, 515,
-, -,-, laid aside, 269ii–iv, 278, 297i, 460,
-, -,-, R.N. response to, see Hawk H.M.S.; Ranger, H.M.S.; Seaforth, H.M.S.,
-, -,-, to be aided by French, 160,
-, -,-, see also Georgia, Foreign Relations; Georgia, Military and Naval,
-, -, attack on Jamaica intended by, 77,
-, -, attack on S.C. intended by, 77, 232, 243 (p. 101), 255, and see S. Carolina, Foreign Relations; S. Carolina, Military and Naval,
-, -, believe war to have been declared, 566i,
-, -, British attack, in Florida (1703–4), 243 (p. 99), 243ii (pp. 104–5), and see Moore, Col. J.,
-, -, British negotiations with, 195, 567,
-, -, British piracy against, 247,
-, -, British prisoners taken by, 17, and see under Havana,
-, -, British regiment in Ga., infiltrated by, 334i,510,
-, -, British ships taken by, 17, 54, 60, 210, 404, 418, 497, 497i,
-, -,-, list of papers relating to, 116,
-, -,-, memorial concerning, 55,
-, -,-, Parliamentary enquiry into, 123, 123i,
-, -,-, redress sought for, 77,
-, -,-, and see Anne; Dispatch; George; James; Loyal Betty; Loyal Charles; Prince William; St. James; Sarah; Success; Union; Woolball, claim to Ga. by, 86, 243 (pp. 98–100), 567,
-, -,-, coins, current in British colonies, 31, 547,
-, -,-, deserters from Florida, 431,
-, -,-, dispute with British, over logwood, 114, 114i,
-, -,-, Dutch commit atrocities against, 17, 247,
-, -,-, Dutch ships taken by, 60,
-, -,-, fire on British in Ga., 416, 431, 559,
-, -,-, fish shipped to, 498i,
-, -,-, Indian relations with, 29 (p. 15), 243 (pp. 99– 100), 427, 467–8, 510, and see Apalachee; Coweta; Talapooza; Uchi,
-, -, Jews in Jamaica trade with, 348i,
-, -, naval forces in W.I., 497ii, 566, 566i,
-, -, occupy St. George's on Ga.-Florida border, 415–6,431,
-, -,-, do not, 427–8,
-, -, pirates to be seized, 78ii,
-, -, proclaim freedom for runaway slaves, 297i,
-, -, settlements in N. America, contrasted with British, 243 (p. 102),
-, -, ship of, taken by British, 465, 566i,
-, -, treaty concerning Georgia, 133, 416, 431,
-, -, treaty with English (1670), cited, 133.

Spangenberg, August Gottlieb, of Moravians in Ga., account of, 262, 316.

Spanish Town (St. Jago de la Vega), Jamaica,
-, -, court martial at, 493i,
-, -, letters dated at, 197, 203, 417ii.

Spencer, John, assemblyman of Bermuda, 455i.

Spencer, Josheph, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Spencer, Nicholas, assemblyman of Bermuda, 455i.

Spithead, 290.

Spooner, John, solicitor-general of Leeward I., goes to England, 285.

Spots wood, Col. [Alexander], treaty of, with Five Nations (1722), 535–6.

Spotsylvania County, Va., erected (1721), 253i.

Stanberry (Standberry), account of, with Georgia Soc, 391, 548.

Stanhope, William, Baron Harrington, petition to, 78i.

Stanyan, Temple, Clerk of Privy Council, documents signed and certified by, 135–6, 527–8.

Staten Island, N.Y., 268ii (p. 133).

Steiner, Simon, Salzburgher settler in Ga., 517.

Stephens, Thomas, son of following, 86,
-, -, account of, 556, 560,
-, -, proposed as storekeeper in Ga., 198.

Stephens, William, secretary of Trustees of Ga. in Ga., 72, 126, 176, 198, 216, 226, 249, 257, 266, 282, 343, 390–2, 408–10, 438, 478,
-, -, duties of, 229–30,
-, -, expenses of, 198,
-, -, farm of, 84,
-, -, goods for, 424–5, 558,
-, -, grant of land to, 109, 127,
-, -, journal of,
-, -,-, comments on, 228,
-,
-, -,-, mentioned, 255, 289,
-, -,-, sent to England, 83, 152, 283, 368–9, 392, 428, 457–8, 511, 556,
-, -, letters from, 28–9, 83–4, 127–8, 152, 255–6, 270, 368–9, 416, 428–9, 456–8, 511, 516,
-, -,-, mentioned, 7, 118,
-, -,-, read, 143–4,
-, -,-, received, 555,
-, -, letters to, 184, 222, 228, 283, 289, 392, 412, 425, 461, 489, 556,
-, -,-, to be written, 143,
-, -, servants of and for, 226, 256, 316, 406,
-, -, son of, in Ga., 429, 458, 461, and see , T.,
-, -, son of, in E. Indies, 458,
-, -, son-in-law of, see Ball, B.,
-, -, supports church, 539.

Sterchey, Peter, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Sterling, Scots family in Ga., 289.

Stewart, John, Cllr. of Jamaica, appointed, 12.

Stewart, Robert, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Stewart, William, Receiver-General and Treasurer of Bahamas, accounts of, 2.

Stoddard, Anthony, J. P. of Mass., affidavit sworn before, 205iii.

Stoddard, Colonel, (? the same) in Mass, militia, 41 iv.

Stone, Andrew, under-secretary to Duke of Newcastle, 306, 335,
-, -, letters to, 42, 232, 244, 274, 276, 297, 307, 334, 419.

Stone River, S.C., land grant on, p. 279.

Stramplor, John, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Strange, John, Solicitor-General of England,
-, -, case before, 50,
-, -, letter to, 267,
-, -,-, mentioned, 140,
-, -, opinions of, 82, 89, 281, 365,
-, -, report of, 61,
-, -, warrant to, 24.

Success of London, taken by Spaniards, 247i 386.

Suffolk County, N.Y., population and militia of, 445iii–iv.

Sumerhoof, John Peter, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Superior Lake, communication of N.Y. with, 268ii (p. 131).

Surinam, trade of, with N.Y., 268iv.

Susquehannah River, 268ii (p. 131),
-, -, provisional Md.-Penn. boundary, 235.

Sussex County, attached to Penn., deputy governor,
-, -, see Thomas, G.

Sutherland, James, g. in S.C., p. 284.

Sutherland, John, of London, m., 47.

Sutherland, Capt., comdr. of Johnson's Fort,
-, -, S.C., report by, 293.

Sweden, iron from, might be replaced by Plantations, 268 (p. 127).

Switzerland and the Swiss, immigrants to British colonies, see Purrysburgh, S.C.; S. Carolina, Immigration; Zouberbuhler, S.

Sydserfe, Walter, in Antigua, 189i.

Symonds, James, Cllr. of Nevis, 534iii.

Symon(d)s, see Simond; Simmons.



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