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Pages 777-783

Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies: Volume 11, 1681-1685. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1898.

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Babington, Mrs., 382.

Bache, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel, 513, p. 247, 701, 1502, 1573.
-, -, Major Samuel, 701, p. 501, p. 533, p. 535.

Bachelor, Nathaniel, 1845 VII.

Bacon's rebellion in Virginia, 1677,p. 89, 388, 507, 649, 652.

Bacon, Nathaniel, 150, 278, 298, p. 154, 342, 426, 490, 494, 550, 835, p. 426, 1208, 1280, 1654.

Badcock, Nicholas (King's Receiver in Maryland), 129, 317, 403.
-, -,-,-, his difficulties with Lord Baltimore, 120, 166, 321, p. 164, pp. 2323, 532, 532 II.IV.
-, -,-,-, letters from, 120, 166.

Bahamas, 599, 627, 660, 673, 674 I., pp. 3867, 1304??, 1599, 1644, 19248, 19415, 1988, 1989, 2009, 2013.
-, -, Governors of, see Clarke, Robert; Lilborn.
-, -, Proprietors of, 673, viz.,
-, Earl of Craven.
-, Lord Carteret.
-, Duke of Albemarle.
-, Sir Peter Collecton.
-, -, letters, &c., from, 1232, 1303, 1924 I.
-, -,-, to, 1587, 1609, 1707 I.
-, -, encroachments of the Spaniards on, 599.
-, -, a nest of pirates, p. 284.
-, -, question of voiding the company's charter, 895, 912.

Baille, Mons., 1780.

Baillergeau, Jacob, 883.

Baily, Richard, 58, 887, p. 498.

Baines, , 312.

Baister, , 712.

Baker, John, 242 I.
-, -, Mark, 972.
-, -, Richard, 879.
-, -, Sara, 242 I.

Ball, Henry, 255, 255 I., 290.
-, -,-, letter from, 274.
-, -, Captain Thomas, 183 I.
-, -, Thomas (of Antigua), 309, 429.
-, -, William, 1373.

Ballard, Thomas (Speaker of House of Burgesses, Virginia), 186, 1373, 1638.
-, -,-, (of Jamaica), 116, 367, 1243, p. 500, p. 515, 1311, 1502, 1503.

Balley, William, 879.

Balosa, Don Juan, 1865.

Banckes, James, 272, 284, 333, p. 286, 1488, 1715, 1759.

Banden, Mr., p. 535.

Banister, a pirate, p. 657, 1852, 1867, p. 722, 2066, pp. 766, 767.

Banks, Richard, 196.

Banner, Robert, 1666, 1669, 1872, 1873.
-, -,-, letters to, 1809, 1831, 2005.

Bannister (master mariner), 118.

Barbados:
-, 1681,4, 5, 13, 28, 468, 70, 13943, 183 I., 2057, 228, 231, 238, 289, 290, 296, 355.
-, 1682,358, 382, 451, 452, 458, 469, 4804, 552, pp. 2856, 872.
-, 1683,10602, 1073, 1145, 1175.
-, 1684,1708, 1738.
-, -, Governors of, see Atkins, Sir Jonathan; Dutton, Sir Richard.
-, -, Attorney-General of, see Seawell, Richard.
-, -, Solicitor-General of, see Dougharty, John.
-, -, Marshal of, see Hannay, George.
-, -, Secretary of, see Stede, Edwyn.
-, -, Treasurer of, see Hallett, John.
-, -, general account of, 311.
-, -, Council of, 16, 47, 136, 452, 675.
-, Names of, which see,
-, Francis Bond.
-, Sir Peter Colleton.
-, Robert Davers.
-, Henry Drax.
-, Richard Howell.
-, Benjamin Knight.
-, Samuel Newton.
-, John Peers.
-, Alexander Riddocke.
-, Edwyn Stede.
-, Henry Walrond.
-, Thomas Walrond.
-, Thomas Wardall.
-, John Witham.
-, -,-, Sir John Witham's troubles with, 1093.
-, -,-, a means of escaping creditors, p. 438.
-, -,-, First Councillor to be Keeper of the Records, 1627.
-, -,-, Minutes of,
-, 1681,35, 48, 53, 57, 71, 87, 110, 131, 133, 163, 181, 198, 221, 249, 280, 293, 304, 323, 337.
-, 1682,376, 422, 444, 470, 487, 555, 583, 610, 647, 657, 736, 765.
-, 1683,999, 1051, 1062, 1071, 1123, 1143, 1218, 1241, 1292, 1369, 1458.
-, 1684,1516, 1549, 1598, 1861, 1880, 1883, 1890, 1892, 1903, 1919, 1950, 2004, 2057.
-, -,-, letters from Governor and Council, 10, 36, 142, 239, 316, 435, 556, 680, 833, 1050, 1144, 1245, 1511, 1580, 1871, 1995, 2005.
-, -,-, and Habeas Corpus Act, p. 61, 163.
-, -,-, number should not exceed twelve, 832.

Barbados, Council of, members not to be trusted as Deputy Governors, p. 180.
-, -,-, Sir R. Dutton on appointment of Deputy Governors, p. 281.
-, -,-, and Sir J. Witham, 1177.
-, -,-, Governor's share in nomination of, p. 180, 463.
-, -,-, Assembly of, 57, 58, 136, 157, 480, 488, 22 members, names of, which see,
-, Richard Baily.
-, Rowlaud Bulkeley.
-, James Carter.
-, Christopher Codrington.
-, John Codrington.
-, John Davies.
-, John Gibbes.
-, Richard Guy.
-, John Heathersell.
-, Samuel Husband.
-, Edward Littleton.
-, Thomas Maycock.
-, John Merricke.
-, Richard Morgan.
-, Richard Pococke.
-, Richard Seawell.
-, William Sharpe.
-, Thomas Spire.
-, Michael Terwill.
-, James Walwyn.
-, John Waterman.
-, Richard Williams.
-, William Foster.
-, Robert Bishop.
-, Thomas Maycock.
-, William Fortescue.
-, Samuel Finney.
-, Stephen Gascoigne.
-, John Berringer.
-, John Leslie.
-, Samuel Lambert.
-, John Reid.
-, Thomas Holmes.
-, Peter Evans.
-, George Bushell.
-, Abel Allen.
-, John Mills.
-, Paul Lyte.
-, Richard Salter.
-, Edward Binney.
-, -,-, Speaker of, Richard Guy.
-, -,-, clerks of, John Higinbotham; Richard Cartwright.
-, -,-, Marshals of, John Forbes; Matthew Wilcox.
-, -,-, Journals of,
-, 1681,5860, 111, 112, 132, 164, 182, 199, 250, 294, 324, 338.
-, 1682,377, 584, 611, 646, 658, 737, 766, 845.
-, 1683,910, 933, 950, 962, 1000, 1052.
-, 1684,1881, 1884, 1920, 1996, 2058.
-, -,-, Addresses of, to the Governor, 112, 962.
-, -,-, obstruction of, 141, 221, 394.
-, -,-, leaders of faction dismissed, 394.

Barbados, Council of, and negroes, 59.
-, -,-, and Habeas Corpus Bill, 111, p. 61, 251, p. 180.
-, -,-, arrogates Council's name, pp. 32930, 791 XIV.xv.
-, -,-, and the Governor's conduct as Chief Justice, 112, 337, 345.
-, -,-, and Hanson's case, pp. 3345.
-, -,-, and 4 per cent, duty, 132, pp. 6162, 163, 164.
-, -,-, proposals for commutation of that duty, 181, 324.
-, -,-, and Excise Act, 141, 232, 250.
-, -,-, disputed elections to be decided by the Governor, 487.
-, -, parishes of, 136, viz.,
-, St. Michael's.
-, Christchurch.
-, St. Andrew's.
-, St. George's.
-, St. James's.
-, St. Joseph's.
-, St. Lucy's.
-, St. Peter's.
-, St. Philip's.
-, St. Thomas's.
-, -, JUDICIAL, 216, 218;
-, -,-, general account of systems, p. 149.
-, -, Judges of, 53, 423, viz.,
-, Edward Littleton.
-, Henry Quintine.
-, John Reid.
-, Alexander Riddocke.
-, William How.
-, John Daniell.
-, -, Attorney-General of, see Seawell, Richard.
-, -, Courts of, 136, 357.
-, -, irregularities in Courts of, p. 62, 206, 218, 221.
-, -, a Court of Exchequer needed, p. 62, 181, 221, 300, 357.
-, -,-, discouraged, but approved by the Lords of Trade, 207, 220, 231, 463.
-, -, Exchequer Court a success, 666, 1420.
-, -, difficulty as to expense of general sessions, 132, p. 74, 181, 231.
-, -, Admiralty Court, 357.
-, -, Ecclesiastical Court, pp. 17980, 414.
-, -, procedure in Courts of Common Pleas to be made uniform, 555.
-, -, Court of Pleas of Crown established, 1292, 1344, 1346, 1420, 1584, 1641, 1646, 1665, 1671, 1685.
-, -, the Governor's conduct as Chief Justice, see under Assembly, and see Hanson, Samuel.
-, -, now rules as to grand sessions, 1661.
-, -, insecurity of gaol, p. 74, 218, 250, 322, 323, 1015, 1244, 1322, 1365, 1366.
-, -, crime in, 209.

Barbados, Sir R. Dutton's suggested reforme, 1195.
-, -, MILITARY AND DEFENCE, 48, 60, 71, 72, 110, 111, 136, 165, 199, 216, 249, 250, 293, 294, 323, 324, 337, 338, 444, 486, 487, 488, 583, 610, 646, 647, 658, 736, 737, 999, 1051, 1123, 1143, 1241, 1549, 1598, 1636.
-, -,-, as to inclusion of, in the Treaty of Neutrality, 1, 44, 447.
-, -,-, general report on defences, p. 149.
-, -, militia of, p. 62, 136.
-, -, Militia Act, 583, 584.
-, -,-, amendment of, 1919, 1920.
-, -, difficulty in finding a drill ground, 218.
-, -, militia to be dressed in uniform scarlet, 250, 294.
-, -, payment of gunners, 324.
-, -, clothing of militia, p. 281.
-, -, Militia Act to be permanent in future, 1432, 1661.
-, -, fortifications in, 555, viz.,
-, Fort Charles.
-, Fort James.
-, Fontabelle Battery.
-, Bay Battery.
-, Willoughby Fort.
-, Oistin's Fort.
-, -, ECCLESIASTICAL:
-, -,-, Church in, p. 72, 216, pp. 14849.
-, -,-, scandals of, 123, 148, pp. 14849.
-, -,-, needs an ecclesiastical court, pp. 17980, 414.
-, -, TRADE AND SHIPPING, 1495.
-, -,-, returns, 42, 135, 149, 152, 230, 239, 316, 442, 535, 556, 571, 751, 1004, 1127, 1139, 1170.
-, -,-, account of, 136.
-, -,-, naval office in, 664, 665.
-, -, GENERAL:
-, -, history of its cession to the King, 28 I.
-, -, general account of, 136.
-, -, area of, 136.
-, -, Lord Kinnoull's claims on, 871.
-, -, treatment of Christian servants, 250.
-, -, refuses to help Leeward Islands against Caribs, 189, p. 101, 254, 259, p. 181, 1006.
-, -, ordered to help Leeward Islands against Caribs, 410, 411, 429, 1421.
-, -, its apathy for the general weal, p. 427, 1073, 1147.
-, -, loyal address from the grand jury, 216, 218.
-, -, the disloyal party in, 216, 218.
-, -, laws of, 6.
-, -, style of enacting money bills, 855.
-, -, Government House, 58, and see Fontabelle.

Barbados, charities in, p. 281, 863.
-, -, Quakers in, 62, pp. 712, 1094.
-, -, Jews in, p. 72, 198, 199, 206, 423.
-, -, and Royal African Company, 1104.
-, -, negroes in, pp. 701, 251.
-, -,-, numbers sent to Island, 168283,1233.
-, -,-, smuggling of, 306.
-, -,-, alarm of a negro riot, 1475.
-, -, punishment of a rebellious negro, 1475.
-, -, And see,
-, St. Michael's.
-, Holetown.
-, Oistin's Town.
-, Speight's Town.

Barber, Thomas, 1373.

Barbuda, 909.
-, -, massacre of settlers by Indians, 187, 189, 190, 204, 258, 399, p. 181, 2002.

Barclay, Robert, 716, 1411.
-, -, Secretary of Jamaica, 138.

Barefoot, Walter, Deputy Collector of New Hampshire, p. 44, 380, 738, 753, 755, 870, 1012, 1024, 1306, 1356, 1448, 1481, 1508, 1895, VIII., XV., 1897 II., VII., X., 1977, 1981, 1982 IX., 1984 III.
-, -,-,-, persecuted by the Council, p. 111, 430, 512 I.
-, -,-,-, his appeal case in England, 143032.
-, -,-,-, letter signed by, 107, 1701.
-, -,-,-, letters from, 997.
-, -,-,-, letter to, 1683 I.

Barillon, Mons., French Ambassador in London, 44, 637, 927.
-, -,-,-, letter from, 236.

Barlovento, the armada of, p. 144, p. 147.

Barnes, William, 1079, 1331, 1544, 1557, 1558, 1681.

Barnstable (New Plymouth), 1829 I.

Barnstaple (Devon), complaint from Mayor of, 1493.

Barr, Charles, 769, p. 394.

Barre, John, 90 III.

Barrera, Captain Dom Philip, 385.

Barrett, Richard, 1883.

Barrow Harbour (Newfoundland), p. 106.

Barry, John, 1864.
-, -, Samuel, p. 491, p. 501, 1302, 1426, 1446, 1469, 1859.

Bartlet, Thomas, 1886.

Bassett, Aaron, 2042 I.

Batchelor's Delight (ship), 1456.

Bate, Richard, 444, 736.
-, -, Colonel William, 48, 57, 444.

Bateman, Edward, 602 XXXII.

Bath, Earl of. See Granville, John.

Bathurst, , 526.
-, -, Sir Benjamin, 938, p. 427, 1359, p. 594, 2031.

Bathurst, Sir Benjamin, letter to, 1206.
-, -, John, 1187, 1564.

Bawden, John, 1106, p. 394, 1353, p. 595.

Baxter, Major Gervais, 1987, 2084.
-, -,-, letter to, 1201.
-, -, James, 1550, 2024.

Bayard, N., 1372.

Bayer, Colonel, 799, 1353, 1535.
-, -,-, letter to, 784.

Bayly, George, 758, 759.
-, -, Mr., 1068.

Baynes, Jane, 181, 182, 610, 1143.
-, -, Richard, 182.
-, -, William, 111.

Bay of Ardes (Newfoundland), p. 106.

Bay of Bulls (Newfoundland), 212, 212 I., 689, 689 VI., VII., IX.

Bay of Consumtion (Newfoundland), p. 106.

Bay of Robbers (Newfoundland), p. 106.

Bay of Verds (Newfoundland), 689 VI., VII., IX.

Bayonne, p. 107.

Beale, Audrey, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2026, 2028.

Bear (ship), 307.

Bear or Beare, John (master mariner), 2042.

Beauchamp, John, 741.

Becke, John, 221.

Beckford, John, 69.
-, -, peter, 11, 12, 1238, p. 501, 1311, p. 535, 1553, 1573, 2066, p. 767.

Beef Island or Jica Lanoga, p. 144, 1504.

Beeremuth (Mayor of New York), 1372.

Beeston, William, 11, 12, 333, 740, 745, 757, 1187, 1293, p. 534, 16002, 1626, 1753.
-, -,-, petition of, 1564.

Begon, Mons., 1681.

Belchamber, Thomas, 439, 1214.

Bell, William, p. 705.

Benloes, , p. 74.

Bennet, Mr. (a minister), 757.

Bennett, Captain (mariner), 13.
-, -, Sir Henry, Lord Arlington, 232, 642, 1815.
-, -,-,-, letters and reports of Committee signed by, 140, 422, 455, 581, 589, 625, 844, 948, 1565.

Bentley, Sir Martin, 1292.

Beresford, William, 1890.

Bergier, Mons., p. 688.

Berkeley, Sir William (deceased), 33, 94, 183 I.
-, -, Dame, widow of Sir William Berkeley, 1462.
-, -,-,-, her dispute with Mrs. Jeffreys, 5, 821,

Berkeley County (Carolina), 497, 1132, 1722, 1738, 1734.

Berkshire (ship), 1040 I.

Bermudas, 18, 21, 2225, 31, 222, 261, 279, 283, 319, 987, 988, 1137, 1138, 1204, 1205, 1264, 1412, 1422, 1695, 1761, 1763, 1778, 17821788, 1807, 1809, 1830, 1831, 1834, 1835, 1840, 1849, 1872, 1873, 1893, 19671969, 1978, 1988, 2005, 20092012, 2017, 20202022, 2038, 2044, 2047, 2051, 2053.
-, -, Governor of, see Cony, Richard.
-, -, Deputy Governor of. See Heydon. Sir John.
-, -, Company, viz.:
-, Beauchamp, Richard.
-, Browning, Jo.
-, Chandler, John.
-, Chandler, Richard.
-, Conyers, Gerald.
-, Dandy, Henry.
-, Gerard, Sir Gilbert.
-, Heydon, J., Sir.
-, Menerell, Samuel.
-, Meredith, Jo.
-, Nodin, Hugh.
-, Smith, S., senior.
-, Smith, Samuel, junior.
-, Tucker, John, Secretary.
-, -,-, its irregularities, 93, 1075. 1783.
-, -,-, its original constitution decayed, 1087, 1096.
-, -,-, its alienation of public lands, 1666.
-, -,-, letter from, 741.
-, -,-, petition of inhabitants against, 18 I., 21, 22, 86, 93, 1086, 1098.
-, -,-, counter-petition in favour of, 25.
-, -,-, report on these petitions, 31.
-, -,-, disorderly proceedings in the island, 438, 741, 840, 1097.
-, -,-, the King's power under the charter, 1109.
-, -,-, violence of Nonconformists in, 1097.
-, -,-, the quo warranto against, 25.
-, -,-,-, treated with contempt by the Deputy Governor, 21, 24, 31, 86 I.
-, -,-,-, a precedent for Massachusetts, 68, 91.
-, -,-,-, the Company's tactics respecting, 86 I., 638, 800, 1790.
-, -,-,-, to be vigorously prosecuted, 334, 336, 635, 802.
-, -,-,-, precedents for, 1087.
-, -,-,-, the proceedings, 1086, 1087, 1095.
-, -,-,-,-, revived, 13971399, 1422, 1786, 1788.
-, -,-,-, the charter cancelled, 1967, 1972.
-, -, proposals for new government, 17831785.
-, -, revenue of, 1785.

Bermudas, difficulties in the interim, 1834, 1835.
-, -, anarchy in, 1899, 1913.
-, -, neglect of defences, p. 705.
-, -, petition of General Assembly, 1937.
-, -, and pirates, 1669, p. 705.
-, -, Council of, letter to, 1235.
-, -,-, Minutes of Council of, 1900, 1913.

Bernard, Daniel, 883.
-, -, Samuel, Speaker of the Assembly of Jamaica, 114, 115, 701 (2), 745 1., p. 500, 1318, 1553, 1650, 1846, 1859.

Berringer, John, 1881.

Berry, Sir John, 371, 398, 401.
-, -, letter from, 363.

Berteene, John, 602 II.

Bertie, Robert, letter to, 679.

Berwick, William, 976, 1276 I.

Bethell, Nathaniel, 438.

Betty(ship), 2008.

Beverley, Major Robert, 319, 321, 322, 344, 363, 371, p. 498, 1268, 1377, 1388, 1414, 1428, 1465, 1476.
-, -,-, his arrest, 492, 507 I., 532.
-, -,-, his share in the insurrection p. 229, 524, 649, 887.
-, -,-, his imprisonment, 520, 563, 574, 582, 704.
-, -,-, his imprisonment, 520, 563, 574, 582, 704.
-, -,-, to be put out of all places of trust, 561, 566.
-, -,-, re-arrested, 776, 796.
-, -,-, released, 1672.

Beversham, William, 24.

Bewick, Thomas, 879.

Bickham, William, letter signed by, 107.

Bideford (Devon), complaint from Mayor of, 1493.

Biggs, Mary, 1612.
-, -, Timothy, 945, 1462, 1542, 1720.

Bilbao, 728.

Billop, Captain Christopher, R.N., H.M.S. Deptford, 1188, 1222, 1223, 1632, 1848.
-, -,-, his plunder of a captured interloper, 545, 572, 573, 602, 602 XI., 860, 860 I. VII., 1106.
-, -,-, his insolent behaviour, 601, 604, 607, 608, 860.
-, -,-, measures of English Government in consequence, 660, 661, 684, 685, 705, 716, 742, 752, 762, 763, 1105, 1106.
-, -,-, his petition, 854.

Binckes, Charles, pp. 745, 164, 267, 273, 274, 275, 845.
-, -,-, petition of, 165.
-, -,-,-, granted, 290, 296.
-, -, Elizabeth, wife of, her petition, 255 I.
-, -,-,-, answers to, 273, 274.

Binney, Edward, 1881, 1884.

Bird, Benjamin, p. 418, 1242.
-, -, Colonel, 330.

Biscayans and Newfoundland, p. 107.

Bish, Henry, 1899, 1900.

Bishop, Robert, 488, 1881.

Biss, Thomas, 777 I. IV., 1731 I., 2087 I.
-, -,-, letter to, 1405.

Bisse, James, 1373.

Black Cock (ship), 242.

Blackman, , p. 36.

Blackwater(Carolina), 332.

Blake, John, Speaker of Assembly of Montserrat, 78, 804, 1728.

Bland, Sarah, 620, 623, 625, 641, 1054, 1663, 1769, 1886, 1922, 1951, 2056.

Blathwayt, William, Secretary to Lords of Trade and Plantations, 29, 172, 202, 394, 466, 502, 526, 527, 598, 668, 732, 738, p. 302, 904, p. 413, p. 426, 1063, 1192, 1227 I., 1249, p. 535, 1389, 1628, 1669, 1713, 1759, 1850, 1895, 1916, 2045, 2056, 2063, 2066.
-, -,-,-, letters, &c., from,
-, 1681, 162, 168, 175, 193, 254, 276, 331.
-, 1682, 543, 544, 587, 674, 678, 679, 692, 752, 761, 764, 767, 784, 830, 859, 882.
-, 1683, 889, 89698, 905, 940, 947, 1153, 1154, 1206, 1208, 1265, 1270, 1271, 1281, 128689, 1297, 1305, 1312, 1355, 1360, 1423, 1427, 1433, 144951, 1480, 1484.
-, 1684, 157577, 1585, 1607, 1608, 1641, 1697, 1724, 1725, 1809, 1831, 1849, 1868, 1869, 1888, 1908, 1929, 1930, 1936, 1956, 1976, 2005, 2046, 2054.
-, -,-,-, letters to,
-, 1681, 20, 41, 105, 212, 213, 217.
-, 1682, 358, 363, 378, 391, 391 I., 393, 437, 447, 458, 530, 545, 565, 689, 779, 799, 856.
-, 1683, 906, 916, 951, 963, 992, 1006, 1023, 1112, 1161, 1170, 1280, 1308, 1321, 1330, 1355, 1361, 1418, 1440.
-, 1684, 1551, 1646, 1647, 1781, 1851, 1857, 1867, 1889, 1894, 1907, 1934, 1938, 1948, 1949, 2025, 2050, 2067.
-, -,-,-, Auditor-General of the King's revenues in America, 241.

Blenac, Comte de, Governor of French St. Christopher's, 1, 44, 447, 460, 654, 1681, 2042.

Blessing(ship), 1938 I., III.

Bloody Point(New Hampshire), 512 I.

Boga, or Boage Pavillione (Cuba), 1938 II., v.

Bockingham(master mariner), 307.

Bodecut, John, 879.

Bodeler, , p. 477.

Boeve, James, 146 v.

Boffenton, T., 1185.

Bomboy Hook(Delaware), 1041.

Bonaventure(Newfoundland), p. 106.

Bonavista(Newfoundland), p. 106, 939, p. 708.

Bond, Francis, 35, 38, 57, 181, 610, p. 437, 1882, 1890.
-, -,-, joint letters signed by, 142, 316, 435, 556, 680, 1050, 1245, 1510, 1580, 1871.
-, -, James, 1796.
-, -, George, petition of, 23, 24.
-, -,-,-, considered, 31.
-, -,-, (a pirate), 1312 I., 147174, 1504, 1535 I., 1731, 1731 I.

Bonito(Jamaica sloop-of-war), 1249, p. 598, p. 657, 186567, p. 721, p. 723, 1938 I., v., 1949 I., III., V., VII.

Bonner, John, 701, p. 501.

Boone, John, 879.

Booth, Andrew, 1728.
-, -, Sir George (his rising, 1659), 140 II.
-, -,, 312.

Borel, Martin, 1731 I.
-, -, Matthew, 1941 I., II.

Borgos, John, 602 IX.

Bosten, Mr., 1683.

Boston (Massachusetts), 45 II., 122, 200, 210, 211, 242 I., 441, 1145, 1541, and see Massachusetts.
-, -, a favourable base for attack on foreign Colonies, p. 35.

Boisseau, Mons., Deputy Governor of Petit Guavos, 1249, 2000.
-, -,-,-, letters from, 1991, 1992, 2000.
-, -,-,-, letters to, 2000.

Bostwicke, Charles, 508.

Boteler, Lieutenant, R.N., p. 491.

Bourden, John, 701 (2), 1162, 1178, p. 491, p. 501, 1486, p. 683.

Boulter, Nathaniel, 1984 I.

Bowdidge, Archelous, III.

Bracket, Anthony, letter from, 1683 II.
-, -,-, letter to, 1683 III.

Bradbury, Christopher, 602 XXXII.
-, -, Edward, 1290.

Bradley, Robert, 1638.

Bradstreet, Simon, Governor of Massachusetts, 211, 547, 1114, 1130, 1589, 1620.
-, -,-,-, letters from, 1022, 1031, 1993.
-, -,-,-, letters signed by, 529, 662, 955, 1032, 1445, 1603.
-, -,-,-, letters to, 698, 749, 930, 1021, 1863 III., IV.

Bragg, William, 758.

Braintree(New England), 834 I., 931, 989, 1620, 1961.

Bramley, John, 804, 976, 1276, 1359, 137880, 1535, 1546, 1614, 1726, 1728, 1776, 1789.

Brandenburg, Frederick William, Elector of, 2080.
-, -,-,-, a ship of, at New Hampshire, 242 I.
-, -,-,-, his squadron in the West Indies, 7, 13.
-, -,-,-,-, entertained at Jamaica, 13.

Branson, Francis, 445, 705.
-, -,-, petition of, 441.

Brashear, John, 1373, 1638.

Brattle, Thomas, 526.

Brayne, Richard, 1193, 1196, 1211.
-, -,-, petition of, 1164.

Breacaes by South, 689 v.

Breha, alias Bhra, Brashaw, Brahan, Brangham, alias Lavanza, alias Michael Andreson, a pirate, 1633, 1634, 1707 I., 1862, 1927, 1938 II., V., 1949 I., II., III. V., VI., VII., 1964, 1991, 2000.

Brent, George, 244, 1663.

Brereton, Thomas, 1373.

Bridgar, John, 1456.

Bridgeman, William, 1172.
-, -,-, letter to, 1171.

Bridger, Colonel Joseph, 244, p. 154, 490, p. 426, p. 497.

Bridges, Sir Tobias, his regiment, 188, 291, 460, p. 359.

Bridgetown(Barbados), 488.

Bridgewater, Earl of, see Egerton, John.

Brindley, Mr., 1320.

Brine, Howell, 602 XVI.

Bringhurst, Thomas, 444, 555, 583, 1123.

Brisbane, J., Secretary to the Admiralty, 597, p. 428, 1327.
-, -,-,-, letters from, 1161, 1321, 1483.
-, -,-,-, letter signed by, 1466.
-, -,-,-, letters to, 253, 905, 1154.

Bristol, Port of, 129, p. 255, 732.

Brockholes, Lieutenant Anthony, Commander-in-Chief at New York, 437, 2078.
-, -,-,-, letters to, 413, 437 I., 449, 881, 2079, 2086.

Broghill, Francis, see Burghill.

Brooke, Emanuel, 602 XXVI.

Broughton, Edward, 701 (2), p. 501.

Brouncker, Henry, letter to, 2085.

Brown, (of Massachusetts), 1114, 1445, 1808.
-, -, Simon, 750, 1886.
-, -, William, 1373.

Browne, John, 879.
-, -, Nicholas, 963 I.
-, -, William, 1603.

Browning, John, 741.

Bruce, Robert, Earl of Aylesbury, letters, &c., signed by, 31, 361, 422, 455, 581, 589, 948, 1402, 1565.

Brucy, Mons., letter from, 1201.

Brunet, Henry, question raised by his naturalisation, 415, 447, 460, 542, 544, 560, 585, 586, 829.

Bryant, Samuel, 1632 XI.

Bryer's Cove (Newfoundland), p. 106.

Bucino, Daniel, 198.

Buckley, , p. 35.

Buckner, John, 960, 961.

Buckworth, Sir J. (a Commissioner of Customs), 1874, 1875, 1948.

Bueno, Daniel, 422.

Bun, Thomas, 215.

Bunckley, Mountency, 1528.
-, -,-, petition of, 1521.

Burghill or Broghill, Francis, 1098, 1781, 1835, 1972.
-, -,-, letters to, 1075, 1695, 1763, 1834.
-, -,-, letters, &c., from, 17835.

Bulkeley, Peter, 516, 834 I., p. 380, 1024 III., 1206, 1445, 1589, 1808, 1993.
-, -,-, signed by, 1603.
-, -, Rowland, 58, 488.

Bull, Joshua, 602 XXV.

Buller, Richard, 984, 995, 1009, p. 498, 1361, 1750, 1766.

Burdeu, Henry, 1963 I.

Burges, William, 1458, 1963 II.

Burgess, Anthony, 1632 IV., X., XXII.

Burke, Richard, 1088, 1091.

Burlington(East New Jersey), p. 352.

Burrass, Christopher, 1899.

Burston, John, p. 218, 791, p. 329, 791 V.

Burt, William, 474, 601, 604, 1419, 1539, 1614, 1623.

Burton, P., 1172.

Bushell, George, 1881, 1935.

Butler, James, Duke of Ormond, 1780.
-, -,-,-, letters signed by, 844, 863, 1378, 1455.
-, -, N., a Commissioner of Customs, letters, &c., signed by, 211, 318, 328, 1200, 1335, 1336, 1506, 1602, 1626, 1874, 1875, 1948.
-, -, Richard, 732.

Byllinge, Edward, Governor of West New Jersey, 1387.
-, -,-,-, letter to, 1592.

Byndloss, John, 46, 165.
-, -,-, his patent, 1176, p. 658.
-, -, Robert, 740, 758, p. 500, 1302, 1777, 1779.
-, -,-, joint letters signed by, 116, 367.
-, -,-, dismissed from all public offices, pp. 5334, 1565, 1573.
-, -,-, petition of, 1657, 1658.

Byrd, Colonel William, 330, 478, 887, p. 426, 1258, p. 499, 1373, 1401, 1417.
-, -,-, his proposals as to Indian trade, 980.