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N.

Natolia, drugs for South Carolina and Georgia from, 380 p. 290, 457.

Naval Stores in the Plantations; and see under separate Colonies.
-, -, encouragement of, Act of Parliament for, 20 p. 25.
-, -,-, importance of, 457, 592 i.
-, -,-, address concerning, 123 i, 125, 125 i, 126, 126 i.
-, -,-, circular letter to Governors concerning, 185.
-, -,-, pitch, tar, turpentine, 252 i p. 175.
-, -,-, proposals for, 77.
-, -,-, report upon, 125 i.
-, -,-, representation upon, 457.
-, -, hemp for, from New Hampshire, 595, 613.
-, -, pitch, tar and hemp, account of imports into Great Britain, required, 435.
-, -,-,-, supplied, 441 i.

Navy Board, letter to, 387 iii.

Navy, the Royal, H.M. Commissioners of, report to, on masts from New England, 327 i, 329.
-, -, Contractor for masts from New England. See Gulston, Ralph.
-, -, lands at Port Royal reserved for use of, 316.
-, -, Jamaica squadron assists expedition against rebellious negroes, 75 i.
-, -, masts for, 327.
-, -, H.M. Ships, list of:—.
-, Aldborough.
-, Deal Castle.
-, Falkland.
-, Fox.
-, Gibraltar.
-, Hawk sloop.
-, Lowestoft.
-, Pearl.
-, Phoenix.
-, Recovery.
-, Rochester.
-, Roebuck.
-, Romney.
-, Scarborough.
-, Shoreham.
-, Torrington.
-, Winchelsea.
-, -, H.M. Ships in West Indies, complaints concerning, 508, 508 iii.
-, -, ships for defence of Plantations, question of control, 36 p. 33.
-, -, trees for, preservation of in the Plantations, 20 p. 25.

Neutrality, Treaty of Peace and, 308 p. 202, 313, 383; and see under France and the French; separate Colonies.
-, -,-, Articles of, representation upon, 464 i.
-, -,-, Articles 5th and 6th effect of, 471.
-, -,-, correspondence concerning, 586, 586 I–iv.
-, -,-, effect of, 464 i.
-, -,-,-, in Leeward Islands, 614.
-, -,-,-, representation upon, 586, 586 i.
-, -,-, French title to Sta. Cruz under, 323.
-, -,-, Governor Mathew's observations upon, 464 i, 614.
-, -,-, observation of, 20 p. 24.
-, -,-, position of Sta. Cruz under, 396, 537.
-, -,-, ratification by States General, 586 i, ii.
-, -,-, seizure of French ships under, 471.
-, -,-, terms of, 313 i, 426, 426 i, ii.

Nevis; and see Leeward Islands.
-, -, account of conditions in, 314 ii pp. 221–225.
-, -, Act to continue the duty on liquors imported, referred, 602.
-, -, Act for establishing Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas etc., caveat against, 199 p. 126.
-, -,-, clauses complained of, 199 p. 126.
-, -,-, confirmed, 101.
-, -, Act to explain and amend an Act entituled an Act for all vessells to pay tonnage powder and arms, confirmation of urged, 530.
-, -, Act for providing an honourable support for H.E. etc., confirmation of, 117, 130.
-, -,-, referred, 110.
-, -,-, transmitted, 24.
-, -, Act for raising a poll tax on negroes and other slaves belonging to the plantations and inhabitants of the island of Nevis, transmitted, 396.
-, -, Act of Settlement, confirmed, 260.
-, -, Acts of (1701), transmitted, 473.
-, -,-, (to 1715), transmitted, 473.
-, -, Agent for, letter of enquiry into state of defence sent to, 152; and see Butler, Thomas.
-, -, Assembly of, Minutes of, 247, 314, 551.
-, -,-,-, transmitted, 140 p. 86.
-, -, Black Rock Fort, 314 ii pp. 223, 224.
-, -, Black Rock Pond, 314 ii p. 224.
-, -, Cade's Bay, 314 ii p. 224.
-, -, Charles Fort, and Charles Town, 314 ii p. 223.
-, -,-, French privateers at, 314 ii p. 228.
-, -, Cole's Point, 314 ii p. 224.
-, -, Cotton Tree Fort, 314 ii p. 224.
-, -, Council of, Minutes of, 314.
-, -,-, persons recommended for, 13.
-, -,-, President of, 13; and see Smith, Michael.
-, -, Council and Assembly, Minutes of, 182 i.
-, -, Courts in, fees of, Wavell Smith's complaint concerning, 199 p. 126.
-, -, defence of, account of, 314 ii pp. 222–225.
-, -,-, contribution to cost of, 140 p. 88.
-, -,-, debt to Governor Mathew on account of, 140 p. 88.
-, -,-, inadequate, 39.
-, -, Deputy Provost Marshall in. See Thompson.
-, -, effect of Treaty of Neutrality on, 313, 426 i, 464 i, 614.
-, -, exports, list of, 314 ii p. 222.
-, -,-, and imports, account required, 289.
-, -, fees in, Wavel Smith's complaint concerning, 199.
-, -, forts and fortifications of, 314 ii pp. 222–224, 457.
-, -,-, condition of, 257 p. 178.
-, -,-, Commander of. See Bridgwater, Charles.
-, -,-, money raised for repair of, 196 p. 122.
-, -,-, ordnance for, 314 ii pp. 223, 224.
-, -, French attack upon (1706), 314 ii p. 216.
-, -, French brandy, proposal to substitute rum for, 196 p. 123.
-, -, French invasion feared, 196 p. 123.
-, -, Galdings Bay Fort, 314 ii p. 223.
-, -, Governor of, salary for, 140 p. 85.
-, -, Governor, Council and Assembly of, list of stores of war required, 196 p. 122.
-, -, imports of, decrease in, 314 ii p. 222.
-, -, inhabitants, character of, 314 ii p. 222.
-, -,-, number of, 314 ii p. 225, 396.
-, -, Lieutenant Governor for, 83 p. 58.
-, -, Long Point Fort, 314 ii p. 223.
-, -, map of, 140 p. 87.
-, -, Militia in, 196 p. 122, 314 ii pp. 223, 224.
-, -,-, arms for, 314 ii pp. 239, 241, 242.
-, -,-, number of, 257 p. 176.
-, -, Morton's Bay, 314 ii p. 224.
-, -, mountainous nature of, 314 ii p. 222.
-, -, Musquets Point Fort, 314 ii p. 224.
-, -, negroes in, 314 ii p. 222.
-, -,-, number of, 314.
-, -, Newcastle, 314 ii p. 223.
-, -, Old Road Fort, 314 ii p. 224.
-, -, plundered by French, 106 p. 68.
-, -, population of, white, cause of decrease in, 196 pp. 122, 123.
-, -, powder duty, act concerning, 530.
-, -, printed sketch of, 314 ii p. 222.
-, -, protection for shipping at, 314 ii p. 240.
-, -, Provost Marshal of, instructions for, 199 p. 126.
-, -, Queen Anne's Fort, 314 ii p. 224.
-, -, regiment at, 106 p. 68, 314 ii p. 221.
-, -,-, Brigadier Jones' Company, 314 ii pp. 223, 225.
-, -, revenue and expenditure of, 314 ii p. 225.
-, -, Round Hill Bay battery, 314 ii p. 224.
-, -, rum, proposal to encourage production of, 196 p. 123.
-, -, St. George, list of christenings and burials in, 602 vi.
-, -, St. John, list of christenings and burials in, 602 v.
-, -, St. Paul, list of christenings and burials in, 602 iv.
-, -, St. Thomas, list of christenings and burials in, 602 v.
-, -, Saddle Hill, 314 ii p. 224.
-, -, Salt Pond Gut, 314 ii p. 223.
-, -, shipping, effect of Treaty of Neutrality upon, 614.
-, -,-, good cover for, 314 ii p. 223.
-, -, Soldiers Gut, 314 ii p. 223.
-, -, stores of war, lack of, 173 p. 107.
-, -,-, list of, 196 p. 122.
-, -, sugar in, 314 ii p. 222.
-, -,-, attacked by "blast" disease, 314 ii p. 222.
-, -,-, encouragement for, 196 p. 123.
-, -, taken by French, 314 ii p. 224.
-, -, Treasurer of, accounts of, 551, 551 i; and see Bridgwater, Edward.
-, -,-,-, abstract of, 474, 474 ii.
-, -,-,-, not presented, 530.
-, -, wine, imports of, 314 ii p. 227.

Newcastle, one of the Three Lower Counties, 497.

New England; and see New Hampshire; Massachusetts Bay.
-, -, Berwick, white pines for masts at, 327 i.
-, -,-,-, obstructions in obtaining, 332.
-, -, boundary of, with Nova Scotia, defence of, 554.
-, -, Canso fish cured by, complaint concerning, 20 p. 17.
-, -, Collector of. See Wimble, James.
-, -, condition of, in 1704, 554.
-, -, Contractor for masts for H.M. Navy. See Gulston, Ralph.
-, -, cost of labour in, excessive, 20 p. 18.
-, -, Court of Vice Admiralty, Judge of, proposal to appoint a Captain of H.M. Ship, 329.
-, -,-,-,-, objection to, 333.
-, -, Courts in, question of authority to hold, 569.
-, -, drawback allowed on goods exported, 20 p. 19.
-, -, fishing at Canso from, 246 ii p. 162, 504 (iii).
-, -, Government of, by Charter, 20 p. 11.
-, -, hat manufacture in, exports of, 20 p. 19.
-, -, hemp seed, request for, 595.
-, -, iron in, 20 pp. 18, 19.
-, -, Maine, destruction of H.M. woods in, 321.
-, -, manufactures of, 20 pp. 18, 21.
-, -, masts for H.M. Navy from, 327 i, 329.
-, -,-, destruction of, 237 i p. 248.
-, -,-,-, complaint concerning, 329, 330, 332.
-, -,-, protection for workmen, 327 i p. 248, 330, 332.
-, -, Militia, to protect mast cutters, 330.
-, -, mines in, 20 p. 18.
-, -, paper mills in, 20 p. 18.
-, -, samples of tools sent home from, 20 p. 19.
-, -, seamen carried away from Newfoundland, 362 i (57).
-, -, ship building in, for France and Spain, 20 p. 19.
-, -, sugar trade of, 314 ii p. 237; and see Northern Colonies.
-, -, Trade of, 554.
-, -,-, illegal, in Virginian tobacco, 389 p. 305.
-, -,-, with Newfoundland, 362 i p. 276.
-, -,-, with Nova Scotia, 263.
-, -, white pines for Navy from, complaint of interference with, 327 i, 329, 332.
-, -, Woollen manufactures in, 20 p. 18.
-, -, York, white pines for masts at, 327 i.
-, -,-,-, obstructions in obtaining, 332.

Newfoundland, Bay of St. George, 40.
-, -, Bonavista (Bonairsta), boundary of French fishery at, 31.
-, -, Bonavista Cape, fishery at, 362 i p. 277.
-, -,-, fur trade at, 362 i p. 275.
-, -,-, harbour damaged by ballast, 543.
-, -, Carbonier Harbour, damaged by ballast, 543.
-, -, Canso. See Canso.
-, -, Cape Ray, 40.
-, -, Cape Grott, 40.
-, -, Convoy for, 134, 135.
-, -, defence of, 362.
-, -, exports and imports of, 362 i p. 275.
-, -, fishery of, Acts regulating, 362 i.
-, -,-, French encroachments on, 31, 145.
-, -,-, regulation of, 362 i p. 274.
-, -,-, reply to queries concerning, 362 i.
-, -,-, scheme of, 362 ii.
-, -, fishing Admirals, duties of, 362 i p. 274.
-, -, French in, encroachments by, 31, 40.
-, -, Freshwater Bay, fishery at, 362 i p. 277.
-, -, fur trade, 362 p. 274.
-, -,-, interference by French in, 31, 40.
-, -, Governor of. See Lee; MacCarty, Robert Donough.
-, -, harbours, damage from ballast thrown into, 543, 550.
-, -, Heads of Enquiry for, reply to, 362 i.
-, -, Indians in, proposal to remove, 31.
-, -,-, trade with French, 31, 40.
-, -, Justices of the Peace, 362 i p. 277.
-, -, Placentia, fort at, condition of, 362 p. 273.
-, -,-,-, ordnance and stores at, 362 iii.
-, -,-, garrison, account of state of, 362 i p. 274.
-, -,-, Governor of. See Moody.
-, -, Point Rich, 40.
-, -, Port Bask (Portabask), 40.
-, -,-, French settlers at, 31, 145.
-, -,-, miserable state of inhabitants of, 362 i p. 277.
-, -,-, oath of allegiance not taken by French at, 362 i p. 276.
-, -, Portrich, boundary of French fishery at, 31.
-, -, St. Johns, fort at, repair urged, 362 p. 273.
-, -,-, public houses at, 362 i p. 276.
-, -, seamen carried away to New England, 362 i p. 276.
-, -, trade of, 362 i p. 274.
-, -,-, with Barnstaple and Bideford, 362 p. 275.
-, -,-, with New England, 362 i p. 276.
-, -,-, reply to queries, 362, 362 i.
-, -, Trinity Bay, damaged by ballast, 543.
-, -,-, fur trade of, 362 i p. 274.

Newgate Prison, pardon of prisoners, 79, 157; and see Major, William.

New Hampshire; and see New England; Massachusetts Bay.
-, -, Act to enable the Governor and Council to take cognizance of the case of John Goffe Junior of London Derry, 613 vii.
-, -, Act to encourage the sowing and well manufacturing of hemp, copy of, 613 vi.
-, -, Act for encouraging iron ore, prohibited, 20 p. 13.
-, -, Act for removing three of the Courts of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace and Inferior Court of Common Pleas from Portsmouth to Exeter, Hampton and Dover, objection to, 423.
-, -, Advocate General, opinion by, 230 p. 148.
-, -, Assembly of, 589, 613.
-, -,-, and bill for discharging public debts, 613 iv.
-, -,-, Clerk of. See Jeffry, James.
-, -,-, dissolution of, 395.
-, -,-, letter from, 10.
-, -,-, meeting of, 51, 52, 395.
-, -,-, proceedings of, 395.
-, -,-, refusal to vote supplies, 158.
-, -,-, Speaker of. See Wiggan, Andrew.
-, -, bills of credit, emission of urged, 10.
-, -, Blackrock Mills, complaint by Colonel Dunbar concerning, 151.
-, -, boundaries with Massachusetts Bay, 73.
-, -,-, commission to settle, 585.
-, -,-, to be determined according to Charter (King William and Mary), 585.
-, -,-, importance of settling, 585.
-, -,-, opinion upon, 585.
-, -,-, query concerning, 459.
-, -,-, report upon, 512.
-, -,-, settlement of urged, 43, 44.
-, -, condition of, 395.
-, -, Council of, 52, 230 p. 147, 613, 613 iii.
-, -,-, action in favour of Mr. Slade, 223 pp. 144, 145.
-, -,-, Colonel Dunbar's complaint against, 151, 153.
-, -,-, convened, 132.
-, -,-, fast proclaimed by, 230 i.
-, -,-, Governor's instructions to, 230 p. 146.
-, -,-, Governor's proclamation issued by, 230 p. 146.
-, -,-, Governor's refusal to swear in Mr. Atkinson and Mr. Wentworth, opinion upon, 205.
-, -,-, minutes of, 153, 205, 387 v, 613 i.
-, -,-,-, on case of Mr. Atkinson and Wentworth, 184 i.
-, -,-, number of, 158.
-, -,-, order to convene, 230 ii (a).
-, -,-, President of. See Walton, Shadrack.
-, -,-, proceedings of, 156.
-, -,-, proclamation proposed by Colonel Dunbar refused by, 153.
-, -, Council and Assembly, minutes of, with Governor's speeches, 613 v.
-, -, Councillors of. See Atkinson, Theodore; Wentworth, Benning; Rindge, John; Farmer, Thomas; Rodman, John; Smith, Richard; Gambling; Jaffery; Peirce, Joshua.
-, -, Court of Appeal, adjourned, 230 i (c).
-, -, defence of, 10.
-, -, Deputy Collector of. See Husk.
-, -, duties laid on goods from, in Massachusetts Bay, 563.
-, -, encroachments by Massachusetts Bay upon, 585.
-, -, Exeter, 132.
-, -,-, conspiracy and riot against Colonel Dunbar at, account of, 151 p. 93, 153, 230 i (b), (c), 230 ii (b), 387 i.
-, -,-,-, complaint concerning, 230.
-, -,-,-, depositions concerning, 166, 166 ii, 387 iv, vi.
-, -,-,-, opinion upon, 166, 166 i.
-, -,-,-, petition concerning, 223.
-, -,-, Copyhold Mill, charges by Col. Dunbar concerning incident at, 151.
-, -,-, Judge of Admiralty Court, decree concerning destruction of H.M. woods, petition against, 223 p. 143.
-, -,-, opposition to Col. Dunbar in, 151.
-, -,-, white pines destroyed at, 151, 153.
-, -, fast proclaimed in, 132, 230 i, ii.
-, -, forts and fortifications of, need for repair, 158, 613.
-, -,-, sloops refused permission to pass, 223, 230 iv, viii, ix, xi.
-, -, Government of, under the Crown, 20 p. 11.
-, -, Governor of, circular letter to, reply to, 20 p. 13.
-, -,-, salary of, 10; and see Belcher, Jonathan; Shute.
-, -, hemp, bounty to encourage growing of, 595, 613.
-, -, House of Representatives, 10 p. 6.
-, -,-, vote on Treasury supply not entered in Journal of, 395.
-, -, Indians, Nettick, 151 p. 93.
-, -, Irish in, 20 p. 17.
-, -, iron works, encouragement of, 20 p. 17.
-, -, Justices of the Peace, examination of ordered, 153; and see Gilman; Thyng.
-, -, Lieut. Governor of. See Dunbar, David.
-, -, linen manufacture in, increase of, 20 p. 17.
-, -, mast trees, cutting of, account of trial concerning, 387 i, ii.
-, -, naval officer at. See Husk.
-, -, naval stores in, 20 p. 18.
-, -,-, encouragement of, 613.
-, -, Newcastle, represented by Councillor Atkinson, 175.
-, -, Piscataqua River, 153.
-, -,-, repair and supply for fort at, 10.
-, -, Portsmouth, Collector's Office, sloops cleared at, 230 iv.
-, -,-, objection to removal of Courts from, 423.
-, -, poverty of, 10.
-, -, public debts in, 613.
-, -,-, copy of bill for discharging, 613 ii.
-, -,-,-, Council's objection to, 613 iii.
-, -, revenue of, difficulty in raising, 10.
-, -, sawmills in, complaint concerning, 151.
-, -, Secretary of. See Waldron, R.
-, -, trade of, 20 pp. 17, 18.
-, -, treasury of, 10.
-, -,-, assembly refuse to supply, 158, 395.
-, -, H.M. woods in, destruction of, 151, 153, 223 p. 143, 230 x, 327 i p. 248.
-, -,-,-, Colonel Dunbar's complaint concerning, 223, 230 pp. 146, 147, 395 p. 313.
-, -,-,-, proposal to prevent, 329.
-, -,-, theft of white pines, 166.
-, -, woollen manufactures, decline in, 20 p. 17.

New Jersey, Act for the better enforcing an ordinance made for establishing fees and for regulating the practice of the law, disallowance of, proposed, 422.
-, -, Acts of, opinion upon, 287.
-, -,-, referred, 281.
-, -, Assembly, meeting of, 406 p. 325.
-, -, Chief Justice of. See Hooper, Robert Lettice.
-, -, copper mine in, 405.
-, -, Council of, President of. See Morris, Lewis.
-, -,-, question of residence, 406 p. 325.
-, -,-, vacancies in, 287.
-, -, Councillors. See Alexander.
-, -, Government of, under the Crown, 20 p. 11.
-, -, hat manufacture in, 20 p. 20.
-, -, sugar trade of, 314 ii p. 237; and see Northern Colonies.
-, -, Surveyor General of. See Alexander.

New Orleans, French at, 252 i p. 170.
-, -,-, encroachments by, 380 p. 290.

New Providence. See under The Bahamas.

New York, Act for annulling and making void a fraudulent conveyance of Mary Davenport made by her when she was sole, by the name of Mary Miserol to one James Brown of certain lands, goods and Chattells late belonging to John Miserol her former husband deceased, 116.
-, -,-, disallowance of urged 98.
-, -,-, opinion upon, 98.
-, -,-, petition against, 50, 66.
-, -,-, referred, 69.
-, -, Act appointing an Agent for , draft of, 407 i, ii.
-, -, Act to appoint and impower Commissioners for erecting fortifications in this Colony at the several places therein mentioned, 591.
-, -, Act to ascertain the heights of fences in King's County, transmitted, 604.
-, -, Act for the better establishing the night watches in the City of and for the more equal defraying the expence thereof for the ease of the poor inhabitants, returned to Council, 406 xi.
-, -, Act for the better explaining and more effective putting in execution the Act of General Assembly therein mentioned, explanation of, 591.
-, -, Act for building a wharf in Albany etc., transmitted, 604.
-, -, Act confirming unto the City of its rights and priviledges etc., 287.
-, -, Act for discharging a certain obligation enter'd into by Cornelius Cuyler of the City of Albany merchant to the Treasurer, 591.
-, -, Act for discharging two bonds, (private Act), transmitted, 604.
-, -, Act to empower the vestry of the parish of Jamaica in Queen's County to dispose of sixty pounds, consideration of, 190.
-, -,-, disallowance urged, 214 p. 134.
-, -,-, objection to, 41, 41 i.
-, -,-, opinion upon, 65.
-, -,-, referred, 48.
-, -,-, repeal of, 163, 272.
-, -,-, representation concerning, 214.
-, -, Act for establishing Courts etc. (1691), 591 i.
-, -, Act for fortifying the City of Albany and Schenectady and other places in the County of Albany, transmitted, 591.
-, -, Act for the further continueing an Act entituled An Act to lett to form the Excise of strong liquors retailed in this Colony for the time therein mentioned and for declaring shrub lyable to the same duties as distill'd liquors, 159.
-, -, Act for the further continuance of an Act entituled an Act for settling and regulating the Militia in this Province, and makeing the same useful for the security and defence thereof and for repealing all other Acts relating to the same likewise the several Acts whereby the same has been revived and continued, 591.
-, -, Act for granting to the people called Quakers residing within this Colony the same privileges, benefitts and indulgencies as by the laws and statutes now remaining of force in that part of Great Britain called England, the people of that denomination are entituled unto within these Dominions, 591.
-, -, Act to lay a duty on empty casks imported into the City of during the time therein mentioned, preamble of, 591.
-, -, Act to lay a duty on the goods and a tax on ye slaves therein mentioned during the time and for the uses mentioned in the same, 591.
-, -, Act to lay a duty on tea, draft of referred, 407 iii.
-, -, Act to lay a duty of tonage on the vessels and for the time therein mentioned, copy of requested, 417.
-, -,-, not transmitted, 425.
-, -,-, objection to, 417.
-, -,-, transmitted, 591.
-, -, Act for making £40,000 in bills of credit, difference of opinion in Assembly over, 215.
-, -, Act for naturalizing Abraham Housman, John Groudain, Jacob Boss, Frederick Beeker, Johanis Wedderlin, Conrode Brightmior, Johanes Spater, Zacharias Huber, Peter Crutter, Johanes Vanwyck, 591.
-, -, Act for the partition and division of a certain tract of land in Dutchess County granted to Sampson Broughton, Rip van Dane, Thomas Wenham, Roger Mompesson, Peter Fauconnier, Augustine Graham, Richard Sackett and Robert Lurting, explanation of, 591.
-, -, Act to prevent desertion from H.M. forces in , 591.
-, -, Act to prevent small stallions from running at large in the Colony of and to geld such as shall be under the size therein mentioned, 591.
-, -, Act to prolong the duty of tonage etc., 591.
-, -, Act for raising £50 in Schenectady, transmitted, 604.
-, -, Act for regulating the choice of a representative for the manor of Courtland in the County of Westchester, explanation of, 591.
-, -, Act for regulating the rates to be taken for ships and other vessells using the way called Burnets Rey in the City of , explanation of, 591.
-, -, Act for regulating the ruts of waggons in Duches County, 591.
-, -, Act for repairing a road in Albany County, transmitted, 604.
-, -, Act to repeal the Act and cancel the bills of credit therein mentioned and to grant several duties for supporting H.M. Government until 1st Sept., 1737, petition against, 367 i.
-, -,-, objection to, 416.
-, -, Act to repeal part of a clause in the, Act therein mentioned, confirmation of, 379.
-, -,-,-, recommended, 294.
-, -,-, effect of, 20 p. 13.
-, -,-, explanation of, 294.
-, -,-, opinion upon, 65.
-, -,-, referred, 49.
-, -, Act to settle Courts of Justice etc. (1683), 591 i.
-, -, Act to strike and make current, bills of credit to the value of twelve thousand pounds on the funds and for ye uses therein mentioned, 591.
-, -,-, Governor's assent requested, 406 ix.
-, -, Acts of, opinion upon, 287.
-, -,-, referred, 280, 416.
-, -,-, return of, requested, 104.
-, -,-, transmitted, 215, 591, 604.
-, -, the "Adventurers," 405.
-, -, Albany, fort for, 222 i.
-, -,-, grant of lands in, petition for, 573 i, 574.
-, -,-, Indian (Mohawk) lands at, claimed by, 222 p. 138, 222 v, viii, 287, 407 p. 330; and see Dongan.
-, -,-,-, deed of trust for, 222 v.
-, -,-,-,-, opinion upon, 222 iv.
-, -,-,-, extent of, 287.
-, -,-,-, proposal to settle, 338 ii.
-, -,-, map of lands at, 574.
-, -, Albany, Mayor of. See Holland, Edward.
-, -,-, Mayor and Corporation of, annexation of Indian lands by, 222 viii p. 142.
-, -,-, settlers from Europe for, 591.
-, -,-, Sheriff of. See Lindsay.
-, -, Aldermen and Magistrates of, election of, 406 p. 326.
-, -, Amboy, meeting of Assembly at, 591.
-, -, Assembly of, 405.
-, -,-, address to Governor by, 222 ii (a).
-, -,-,-, reply to, 222 ii (b).
-, -,-, Clerk of. See Ludlow.
-, -,-, Governor's speech to, 222, 222 i.
-, -,-, resolution of, 406 xi, 591.
-, -,-, Speaker of. See Philipse, Adolph.
-, -, Attorney General of, case of President Van Dam, 222 p. 137; and see Bradley, Richard.
-, -, boundary with Canada, fortification of, 591.
-, -,-, importance of settling, 591.
-, -, Charter of, copy attested by Governor Montgomerie, 407, 407 iv.
-, -,-, copy required, 287.
-, -, Chief Justice of. See Morris, Lewis; Delancy, James; Atwood, James.
-, -, Church of England, clergymen in. See Colgan; Poyer; Vesey.
-, -, Church of England Commissary in. See Vesey, W.
-, -, City of, fortification of, 591.
-, -, coins currency, bills of credit, difference of opinion in method of striking, 215.
-, -,-, paper money, hardships for want of, 215.
-, -,-,-, striking of, 591.
-, -, convicts and negroes in, importation of, disadvantages of, 222 i.
-, -, Council of, 222 p. 137, 406 p. 325.
-, -,-, Clerk of. See Morris, Fredk.
-, -,-, Committee of, report by, 406 ii; and see Horsmanden.
-, -,-, factions in, 406.
-, -,-,-, action taken concerning, 406 p. 324.
-, -,-, Governor's complaint against, 591.
-, -,-, Minutes of, 222 viii.
-, -,-, President of. See Van Dam, Rip.
-, -, Council and Assembly of, address from, 406 ix.
-, -, Councillors of. See Alexander, James; Harison, Francis; Moore, John; Richards, Paul; Horsmanden, Daniel; Johnston, John; Smith, James; Parker, John; Schuyler, John; Baird, Peter; Hogg, Provoost; Colden; Van Dam, Rip; Freeman, Thomas.
-, -,-, conduct of, Governor's complaint against, 603.
-, -, Court, Chancery, 222 p. 136.
-, -,-,-, exceptions offered against the constitution of, 691, 591 i.
-, -,-,-, H.M. power to establish, opinion upon, 591.
-, -,-, Exchequer, 222 p. 136.
-, -,-,-, hearing of Equity cases in, 222 p. 136.
-, -,-,-, minutes of, 222 ix.
-, -,-, Supreme, Chief Justice Morris' opinion and arguments on jurisdiction of, 222 vii.
-, -,-,-, judges of, decision on Equity cases, 222 p. 136.
-, -, Courts in, decrees of, question of validity of, 406 p. 325.
-, -,-, dispute concerning Equity causes, 222 p. 137.
-, -, defence of, 222 p. 136, 406 ix.
-, -,-, acts concerning, 591.
-, -, Duke's Farm (the King's Farm) on Manhattan Island, adjacent to the "Swamp," 294.
-, -, Dutch in possession of, 497.
-, -,-, Three Lower Counties a part of, 497.
-, -, duties and taxes in, rearrangement proposed, 222 i.
-, -, encouragement to settle in, 591.
-, -, fishery at Canso, 246 ii p. 162, 504 (iii).
-, -, Fort Hunter, Indian lands at, 222 v.
-, -,-,-, deed of trust for, denied before Governor of, 222 viii.
-, -, fur trade, 338 i, 573 i.
-, -,-, with French, 252 i p. 171.
-, -, Government of, under the Crown, 20 p. 11.
-, -,-, libel against, 406.
-, -, Governor of. See Burnett, William; Cosby, William; Montgomerie, John; Hunter, Robert.
-, -, Governor and Council, power to hold a Court of Chancery, question of, 591 i.
-, -, harbour at, protection for, 222 i.
-, -, hemp and flax, 405.
-, -, Indians, Covenant Chain with, 222 viii.
-, -,-, French intrigues with, 222 viii.
-, -,-, friendly relations with, 338 i, ii; 573 i.
-, -,-, Mohawk, lands at Albany, 222 viii.
-, -,-,-,-, deed of Trust to the Crown made by, 222 p. 138, 222 v, viii.
-, -,-,-,-,-, copy of, 222 v.
-, -,-,-,-, reply to query concerning, 407.
-, -,-,-, fear of war with French, 222 viii.
-, -,-,-, presents for, 222 viii.
-, -,-,-, request for tools for, 222 viii.
-, -,-, proposal to settle in country of, 338 i, ii.
-, -,-,-, on the frontier, 573 i.
-, -,-, Senecas, French interpreter with, 222 viii.
-, -,-, French intrigues with, 222 viii.
-, -,-,-, interpreter with. See Lawrence.
-, -,-, Six Nations, encouragement of trade with, recommended, 222 i.
-, -,-,-, French intrigues with, 222, 222 i, 222 viii.
-, -,-,-, importance of friendship with, 222 p. 138, 222 viii.
-, -,-,-, lands of, in Albany, deed of trust for, opinion upon, 222 iv.
-, -,-, trade with, 338 ii.
-, -, iron in, 405.
-, -, Judges in. See Morris, Lewis; Delaney, James; Philipse.
-, -, lands in, grants of, Acts concerning, 591.
-, -,-, importance of settling 591.
-, -,-, the Swamp and Freshwater, grant of, petition concerning, 294; and see Rutgers, Anthony.
-, -, lead mines in, 405.
-, -, Magistrates, song made upon election of, 406 viii.
-, -, manufactures in, 20 p. 19.
-, -, Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of, letter to, 406 iii.
-, -, Merchants, Freeholders and inhabitants of, address to Governor Cosby from, 222 iii.
-, -, missionaries, schoolmasters etc., stipends of, augmented, 163.
-, -, Mohawk Flats, 222 v.
-, -,-, garrison at, proceedings relating to, 407 p. 330.
-, -,-, Indian lands at claimed by Albany, 407 p. 330.
-, -,-,-, Colonel Dongan's grant of, 407 p. 330.
-, -, Mohawk River, 222 v, 407 p. 330, 573 i.
-, -,-, proposal for settlement at, 338 i, ii.
-, -, naval stores in, 20 p. 19.
-, -,-,-, reply to queries concerning, 405.
-, -, negroes, duty on, effect of, 367 i.
-, -,-,-, objection to, 367 i.
-, -,-, importation of, high duty upon, 416.
-, -, pitch, tar, and turpentine, 405.
-, -, potash works set up by Dutch in, 405.
-, -, H.M. prerogative in, infringement of, 222 p. 137, 591.
-, -, printers of. See Zenger John Peter: Bradford, William.
-, -, Quakers in, 591.
-, -, quit rents, account of, 591, 591 ii.
-, -,-, collections and returns of, 222 p. 136.
-, -, Receiver General, returns of quit rents to be made to, 222 p. 136; and see Kennedy, Archibald.
-, -, Schenectady, fort proposed for, 222 i.
-, -, Sheriffs, collection of quit rents by, 222 p. 136.
-, -, shipbuilding to be encouraged. 222 i.
-, -, Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, Agent for, 190.
-, -, sugar trade of, 314 ii p. 237; and see Northern Colonies.
-, -, suit against President Van Dam, 222 p. 137.
-, -, Tionodaroguea (Tionodague), on the Mohawk River, 338 i.
-, -,-, proposal for settlement at, 573 i.
-, -, Tiondoraga Creek, Indian lands at, 222 v.
-, -, trade of, 20 p. 19.
-, -,-, in competition with Bermuda, 222 i.
-, -,-, declining state of, causes and proposals to remedy, 222 p. 136, 222 i.
-, -,-, with Sugar Colonies, 20 p. 20.
-, -, wheat, 405.
-, -,-, bread for Sugar Colonies from, 405.
-, -,-, cost of freight of, 405 p. 323.
-, -, woollen goods from Great Britain, 20 p. 19.
-, New York Weekly Journal, copies of, 406 iv–vii.
-, Nicaragua, Indians, complaint by Spanish concerning, 481 i.
-, Northern Colonies (Massachusetts Bay, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut), defence of, 496.
-, -, laws affecting British trade and Navigation, proposal concerning, 77.
-, -, salt from Europe for, 341.
-, -, trade of, with Barbados, 376 p. 286.
-, -,-, with South Carolina, 252 i p. 174.
-, -,-, with French, 106 p. 70.
-, -,-, illegal, with French Colonies, 140 p. 88.
-, -,-, with Sugar Colonies, 314 ii p. 237.
-, -,-, with Virginia, 311.

Nova Francia, Grand Bay, Governor of, encroachments on Newfoundland fur trade by, 40.

Nova Scotia, acquired by Britain under Treaty of Utrecht, 592 i.
-, -, Annapolis Royal, defence of, 246 ii p. 162.
-, -,-, Canso fishing carried on from, 504 (iii).
-, -,-, garrison at, Fort Major of. See Philipps, Evas. Jas.
-, -,-,-, acting Fort Major See Jephson, John, Captain.
-, -,-,-, Governor's communication to Officers of, minute of, 246 v (c).
-, -,-,-,-,-, reply to, 246 v (c).
-, -,-, inhabitants of, complaint from, 164 i (iii).
-, -,-, rights of Seigneury in, schedule of rents payable, 164 v.
-, -,-, surrender of Mrs. Agatha Campbell's Seigneury, 331.
-, -, Annapolis Royal River, boundaries and frontages of, order concerning, 164 i (v).
-, -,-, deputies of inhabitants of, order to, 164 i.
-, -,-,-, petition from, reply to, 164 ii (iv).
-, -,-, draft of, 306 p. 200.
-, -, Bellair, complaint from inhabitants of, 164 i (iii).
-, -, boundaries with Massachusetts Bay and New Hampshire, 239, 554.
-, -, buttings and boundings of patents for lands in, transmitted, 164, 164 iii.
-, -, Canso. See Canso.
-, -, The Cape, complaint from inhabitants of, 164 i (iii).
-, -, Cape Doré, survey of ordered, 164 i (xi).
-, -, cattle in, 263.
-, -, Chignecto (Chickanectua, Schickanecto), lands claimed by La Tour family in, 454.
-, -,-, survey of ordered, 164 i (xi).
-, -, Chippody, survey of ordered, 164 i (xi).
-, -, Cobaquid, lands granted by French to Mathew Martain, 454.
-, -,-, La Tour estates in, claim to, 454.
-, -, survey of ordered, 164 i (xi).
-, -, coins currency, value of New England money, 164 p. 99.
-, -, corn in, 263.
-, -, council of, Major Cosby's withdrawal from, 246 iii.
-, -,-, minutes of, 164, 164 iv, 306 p. 200, 454.
-, -,-, President of. See Aldridge.
-, -,-, Secretary of. See Sheriff, William.
-, -,-, transactions of, 164 p. 98.
-, -, Councillors of. See Winniett, W.; Cope, Major; Cosby, Alexander; Mascarene, Paul.
-, -, defenceless state of, 246 ii.
-, -, fishery of, 263, 546 i, 592 i.
-, -,-, interfered with by French privateers, 246 ii.
-, -, fishery and trade of, reply to Heads of Enquiry concerning, 504.
-, -, forts, need for, 263.
-, -, French in, 546 i, 592 i.
-, -, French encroachments in, 306, 592 i.
-, -, French in, expedition against, 10.
-, -, French in Canada, danger feared from, 246 ii.
-, -, French at Cape Breton, fear of, 246 ii.
-, -, French inhabitants of, insolent disposition of, 246 ii p. 162.
-, -,-, oath of allegiance taken by, 263, 399 p. 318, 592 i.
-, -,-, order to appoint deputies. 164 i (vi).
-, -, Fundy, Bay of. See Fundy.
-, -, Government of, under the Crown, 20 p. 11.
-, -, Governor of. See Vetch; Philipps.
-, -, half bushel measure, new standard for, 164 i (ii) history of conquest of, 592 i.
-, -, importance of, 592 i, ii.
-, -, imports from New England, 263.
-, -, Indians, 592 i.
-, -,-, collaboration with in case of war, 246 ii p. 162.
-, -,-, French intrigues with, 164 ii (iv), 246 ii, 399 p. 317.
-, -,-, Governor's meeting with, 399 p. 318.
-, -,-, presents for, 309, 454.
-, -,-,-, importance of, 306 p. 199, 351, 352.
-, -,-,-, non delivery of, 399.
-, -,-,-, sold in New England, 399 pp. 318, 319.
-, -,-, unrest among, 306 p 199.
-, -,-, war with, 399 p. 316.
-, -, inhabitants, character of, 263.
-, -,-, neglect to clear woods in, 263.
-, -,-, French, oath of allegiance taken by, 246 ii.
-, -,-, white, need for encouraging, 403 i.
-, -, lands in, barren and rocky by the river, 164 p. 99.
-, -,-, claims to, 454.
-, -,-, English settlers for, 546 ii.
-, -,-, French claims to, 306 p. 200.
-, -,-, grants and patents for, 164 p. 99.
-, -,-, purchase of, 592 ii.
-, -, lands between Penobscot and St. Croix rivers, Colonel Dunbar's action concerning, 230 p. 148.
-, -, La Tour estates, claim to, 42, 454; and see Campbell, Agatha; D'Aulney; Le Borgne; La Tour.
-, -, Lieutenant Governor of. See Armstrong, L.
-, -, Lieut. Governor, Council, Officers civil and military and British Inhabitants of, address from, 246, 246 i, ii.
-, -, Minis, French intrigues with Indians at, 164 ii (iv).
-, -,-, French priests and missionaries at, charges against, 164 ii (iv).
-, -,-, magazine for, 164 p. 99.
-, -,-, order concerning quit rents in, 164 i.
-, -,-, survey of, ordered, 164 i (xi).
-, -, naval stores in, 20 p. 17, 592 i.
-, -,-, encouragement of, 546 i.
-, -,-, query concerning, 454.
-, -, Pemaquid, lands in, Colonel Dunbar's action concerning, 230 p. 148.
-, -, Pissaquit, French priests at, 164 ii (v).
-, -,-, survey of ordered, 164 i (xi).
-, -, quit rents in, exorbitant, proposal of pepper corn rent, 164 p. 99.
-, -,-, reduction proposed, 306 p. 200.
-, -, reasons for peopling of, by Mr. Bladen, 592 i, ii.
-, -, regiment at, 592 i.
-, -, revenue of, accounts required, 306 p. 200.
-, -, rights of Seigneury in, 164 p. 99.
-, -,-, orders issued by Lieut. Governor Armstrong concerning, 164 p. 99, 164 i.
-, -, Rushewforshew, complaint by inhabitants of, 164 i (iii).
-, -, St. Croix River a boundary, 239.
-, -, St. John's River. See St. John's River.
-, -, Seigneurs of, lands claimed by, 306 p. 200.
-, -, settlement of, from London and Westminster, petition concerning, 546 ii.
-, -,-, by Protestants, urged, 546 i.
-, -, settlers for, encouragement of, by lowering quit rents, 164 p. 99.
-, -,-, importance of, 592 i, ii.
-, -,-, proposals for, 592 i, ii.
-, -, state of, 306.
-, -,-, representation upon, 246, 246 ii.
-, -, survey of, ordered, 164 i (v).
-, -, Surveyor of, travelling expenses of, 306 p. 200.
-, -, timber, abundance of, 592 i.
-, -, trade of, 20 p. 17.
-, -,-, with Cape Breton, 20 p. 17.
-, -,-, with Europe, 20 p. 17.
-, -, truck house, proposal for, between Massachusetts Bay and Nova Scotia, 164 ii (iii).
-, -,-,-, rejected, 306 p. 200.
-, -, H.M. Woods in, Deputy Surveyor of. See Mitchell, George.

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Ordnance, Board of, estimate required for stores of war for Jamaica, 590.
-, -,-, stores of war for Antigua, estimate and order for, 84, 84 i, 314 ii p. 215.
-, -,-, stores of war for Barbados and Leeward Islands, 170, 522.
-, -,-,-, account of, 522 ii.
-, -,-,-, estimate of, 522 i.
-, -, Master General of, memorandum of, 299.
-, -,-, order to, concerning Antigua, 29.