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J.

Jacatra, letter dated from, 102.

Jackson, Richard, p. 16.

Jamaica, 46 i.
-, 1655,—218, 220–3, 225, 228, 240.
-, 1656,—241, 254, 256–261, 271, 273.
-, 1657,—287,–9, 291–2.
-, 1658,—293, 310.
-, 1659–74,–311, 323–332, 334–338, 340–345, 353, 358–360, 362–364, 370, 392, 403, 405, p. 155.
-, 1675,—427, 431, 467, 484, p. 195, 491, 494, 504, 512, 520, 525, 535, 536–8, p. 221, 548, 553, 566, p. 236, 571, 574, 610, 627, 638, 645–7, 650, 651, 653, 654, 656, 657, 661, 668, 673, p. 283, 680, p. 292, 690, 707, 731–2, 740, 741, 747, 757.
-, 1676,—786, 793, 794, 799, 802, 820, 822, 837, 860, 862, 863, 865, 867, 912, 913, 916, 925–927, 930, 932, 934, 957–961, 966, 967, 972, pp. 420–1, 976, 986, 986 I.–XI., 998, 1000–1002, 1006, 1007, 1034, 1042, p. 466, 1073, 1078, 1079, 1093, 1094, 1101, 1126–1129, 1133, 1150, 1154, 1155, 1156, 1167, 1181, 1182, 1195, 1201–3, 1205–9, 1214, 1215 i.

-, Cromwell's proclamation to encourage persons to go to, 229.

-, Admiral Goodson's proposals concerning, 287, 289.

-, supplies and provisions for, 225, 228, 231, p. 101,234–5, 237–9, 242–3, 245, 260, 278, 287–9, 290, 297, 299, 300, 316, 340, 345.

-, -, waste of, 236, 276, 647, 799.

-, proposals touching, 340, 359, 364 i.

-, proclamation in, 471.

-, reasons for laying aside the Act for perpetual anniversary thanksgiving for conquest of, on 10th May, 926.

-, Cranfield's presentt sate of, 740, 934.

-, Governor Lord Vaughan's present state of, 800.

-, the King's proclamation concerning, 1195.

Jamaica, Sir Thomas Modyford's propositions for settling, 1195.

-, thirty acres of land to every one settling in, p. 343.

-, 20,000 acres in, granted to Martin Noel, p. 101.

-, quit rents for lands in, p. 343.

-, stores and ammunition saved from shipwreck, 526.

-, pepper and other East India trees planted in, 934.

-, about 3,000 planters in, 735.

-, number of fighting men, women, and children, and negroes in, 794.

-, some of "the best quality" from Barbadoes going to, p. 282.

-, "spiriting" away to, 1214.

-, about peopling, and persons going to, 229, 241, 297, 302, 341–2, 344, 363–4, 504, 675, 731, 733, 799, 818, 825.

-, -, about 1,000 from Nevis, p. 111.

-, -, about 1,000 from Surinam, 610, 622, 653 III., 654, 661, 673, 675, 867, 880, 932.

-, -, names of, 675 v., vii., 740.

-, proclamation on landing at, 661.

-, Jews in, 548.

-, -, list of, 675 v.

-, sugar works in, and the quantity of sugar made, 740.

-, "their island sugar," 334.

-, -, price of, 740.

-, the commodities of, 735, 740.

-, a mint or a coin in, 1195.

-, mines in, 358.

-, ministers for and churches in, 239, p. 217 (2), 548, 740.

-, -, Sir Thomas Lynch's account of. 571.

-, -, maintenance by the Assembly, p. 343.

-, -, support for, 740.

-, negroes for and in, 512, p. 217, p. 282, 794, 926, 927, 959, 987, 988, 1102, 1155, 1195.

-, -, not permitted to bear arms, 934.

-, -, price of, 959.

-, -, owe 25,000l. for, 1155; see also Negroes.

-, religion in, 471.

-, school in, 571.

-, Scotch and Irish servants for, 239, 740, p. 344, 1195.

-, -, regulation for governing, 927.

-, surgeons for, 239.

-, escheated estates in, 766, p. 343.

-, account of the revenue in, 799 I., p. 343.

-, trade with, 740, p. 343.

-, map of, 863, 865, 867, 880, 917, 960, 967, 1002, 1078, 1079.

Jamaica, map of, to be presented to the King, 1002.

-, Army and Navy in, 220, 238–9, 264, 265,279, 285, 303, 329, 340, p. 343.

-, -, 2, 316 sick soldiers in, 240.

-, -, mortality of, 236–7, 261.

-, -, -, which has almost destroyed the Army, 257.

-, -, "snatched away" and killed by negroes, 332.

-, -, revolt and are hanged, 253, 257–260.

-, -, petition of soldiers' wives in, 285 I.

-, -, payments to, 323.

-, -, seven regiments of foot and one of horse in, p. 343.

-, -, number of officers and soldiers in, 312, 740.

-, -, allowance of provisions per day, p. 103.

-, -, want of shoes and necessaries for, 332.

-, -, shoes sold for 12d. a pair in, 236.

-, -, arms and supplies for, 353.

-, -, account of stores in, 247, 260 III.

-, -, loss of stores in, 566, 912.

-, -, powder for, 901.

-, -, militia in, p. 369, 960.

-, -, -, law for settling, 927.

-, sixty or seventy vessels belonging to, p. 344.

-, -, list of ships in, 286.

-, -, complaint of the Commanders, 276.

-, -, fort and fortifications at, p. 103, 296, 340, 359, 740.

-, -, Commissary General of musters, 291.

-, Government of, 338.

-, -, Instructions for, 232.

-, Great Seal for, 459, p. 343.

-, mace for, p. 343.

-, Governors, see, —
-, Windsor, Lord (1661–64).
-, Carlisle, Charles Howard, Earl of (1667).
-, Modyford, Sir Thomas (1668).
-, Lynch, Sir Thomas (1674–75).
-, Vaughan, John, Lord (1675–76).

-, Lieutenant-Governor, see Morgan, Sir Henry, (1675).

-, Secretary, p. 343; see also Beckford, Peter; Povey, Richard; Harris, George.

-, Treasurer, 402; see also Bernard, Samuel.

-, Receiver, see Martyn, Thomas.

-, -, dispute concerning, 986, 986 I.–XI.

-, Provost Marshal of see Lynch, Thomas.

Jamaica, Provost Marshal of, fee for executions, 926, 927.

-, Deputy Marshal, see Bayley, George.

-, Supreme Court at, 800.

-, -, Orders and Rules for, 800.

-, Courts of Judicature in, 740, 800.

-, -, "put down" in, 334.

-, -, consists of a Chief Justice and four Judges, 800.

-, Chief Justices of, see Modyford, Sir Thomas; Long, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel.

-, about appointment of Judges, p. 395.

-, Court of Chancery in, p. 343.

-, Masters in Chancery in, p. 343.

-, Court of King's Bench in, p. 490.

-, Courts of Common Pleas in, p. 343.

-, -, Orders and Rules for, p, 343.

-, Attorney General, see Ducke, Edmund.

-, curious trial in, p. 281, p. 283.

-, Prerogative Court in, p. 343.

-, Justices of the Peace in, p. 343.

-, Steward General, see Burrough, Cornelius.

-, Surveyors General, see Man, John; Killigrew, William; Modyford Charles.

-, Council of, 467, 521, pp. 217–8, 548, p. 229, 567, 740, 925, 972, 1006, 1126, 1195, 1208.

-, -, Names of, which see,—
-, Aylmore, Whitgift.
-, Ballard, Colonel Thomas.
-, Banister, Major General.
-, Barry, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel.
-, Beeston, Lieut.-Col. William.
-, Byndlosse, Lieut.-Col. Robert.
-, Cary, Theodore.
-, Coape, Colonel John.
-, Colebeck, John.
-, Collier, Major Anthony.
-, Freeman, Colonel Thomas.
-, Fuller, Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas.
-, Ivey, Lieutenant-Colonel William.
-, Long, Samuel, Lieutenant-Colonel.
-, Molesworth, Hender.
-, Morgan, Sir Henry.
-, Parker, William.
-, White, Lieutenant-Colonel John.
-, Whitfield, Colonel Charles.

-, Lieutenant-Colonel Ralph.

-, -, Minutes (Journals) and orders of,—
-, 1658,–295.
-, 1675,–458, 459, 467, 471, 496, 536, 548, 554, 661, 703, 741.
-, 1676,–820, 986 IX., X., 998, 1042, 1154, 1182.

-, -, Clerk of, see Atkinson, Christopher.

-, a Parliament proclaimed in, 326.

-, a Committee of safety in, 326.

-, Assembly of, 515, 521, 536, 537, 548, 554, pp. 229–230, 564, 566, 571, 740, 925, 972, 1195.

Jamaica, Assembly of, dissolved, 484, 735.

-, -, writs for calling an, 471, 484.

-, -, election of, 514, 535, 536–7.

-, -, prorogued, 564.

-, -, rules for, 537.

-, -, names of, in 1675 (32 members), 536, which see,—
-, Ashurst, Jonathan.
-, Bache, Samuel.
-, Barry, Samuel.
-, Beckford, Peter.
-, Beeston, William.
-, Bent, William.
-, Bernard, Samuel.
-, Bourden, John.
-, Bragg, William.
-, Braine, Richard.
-, Brewer, William.
-, Bridgewood, Robert.
-, Colebeck, John.
-, Guy, Richard.
-, Haynes, Joachim.
-, Helyer, Thomas.
-, Jenks, Samuel.
-, Knolles, William.
-, Long, Samuel.
-, Nedham, George.
-, Nedham, William.
-, Pennant, Giffard.
-, Price, Francis.
-, Richardson, Clement.
-, Rives, William.
-, Rose, Fulke.
-, Shute, William.
-, Smith, Benjamin.
-, Stanton, Edward.
-, Swimmer, Anthony.
-, Varney, Robert.
-, Whitcombe, Benjamin.

-, -, Speaker of, see Long, Samuel.

-, -, Acts of,—
-, 1675,–pp.215–7, 538, 548, 554, pp, 229–230, 564, 571, 735.
-, 1676,—801, 925–7, 930, 976, 987.

-, -, -, dispute about passing and signing, 217–8, p. 230.

-, -, minutes and abstracts of, 925, 926.

-, -, remitted for approbation, 743, 747, 799, 801, 822, p. 369, 967, 1195.

-, -, -, "taken in hand" and perused by Lords of Trade, 927, 1000, 1002, 1094.

-, Committee for the affairs of, 287, 323.

-, alterations and amendments proposed by Lords of Trade to the King, 926.

-, Admiral of, see James, Duke of York.

-, Vice Admiral of, see Vaughan, Governor Lord.

-, Admiralty Court in, 295, 740, p. 343, 913, 957, 972, 987.

Jamaica, Admiralty Court in, Judges of, 860, p. 369, 913, 972; see also,—
-, Beeston, Lieutenant-Colonel William.
-, Byndlosse, Lieutenant-Colonel Robert.
-, Modyford, Sir James.
-, Morgan, Sir Henry.

-, Naval office in, 960.

-, Privateers, p. 252, 799, 860,863, 912, 959, 998, 1006, 1093, p. 490, 1207.

-, -, Governor Lord Vaughan's efforts to reduce, 863, 1006; see also Privateers.

-, Parishes in (15), 740, 800, p. 343; viz.,—
-, St. Andrew, 536, p. 216, 571, 1154.
-, St. Ann, 536, p. 216.
-, Clarendon, 536, p. 216, 571.
-, St. David, 536, p. 216, 571.
-, St. Dorothy, 536, pp. 215–6, 571,976.
-, St. Elizabeth, 536, p. 216, 571, 661.
-, St. George, 536, p. 216.
-, St. James, 536, pp. 215–6.
-, St. John, 536, pp. 216–7, 571.
-, St. Katherine, 536, pp. 215–6, 548, p. 230, 571, 1073 III., 1154.
-, St. Mary, 536, p. 216, 793.
-, Port Royal, 536, p. 216, 740.
-, St. Thomas, 536, p. 216, 571.
-, St. Thomas-in-the-Vale, 536, pp. 215–217.
-, Vere, 536, p. 216,571.

-, -, Act for dividing the island into, pp. 229–230, p. 419.

-, Dutch in, 740.

-, -, men-of-war in, 959.

-, French in, 740, p. 344, 807.

-, Spanish Gov., quarters in, 331, 335, 1216.

-, Spaniards in, 230,237, 359, 735, 740, 794, p. 344, 807, 959.

-, -, most of them have deserted, 257.

-, Spanish camp in, 335; see also Penu, General; Venables, General.

-, See also,—
-, Bannister Bay.
-, Point Pedro.
-, Port Anthony.
-, Port Cagway.
-, Port Morant.
-, Port Royal.
-, St. Jago de la Vega.

-, letters dated from, 218, 235–7, 240, 243, 244, 247–253, 256–261, 274, 278, 295–8, 303–321, 325–332, 334–7, 345, 427, 481, 520, 566, 673, 735, 736, 799, 802, 823, 863, 865, 912, 913, 916, 917, 960, 961, 967, 984, 1006, 1007, 1078, 1079, 1093, 1094.

Jamaica (ship), the, loss of, 525.

Jamaica Factor (ship), the, 860, 1213 I.

"Jamcco ship," the, p. 451.

James I., King of England, 51, p. 40, 56, 86, 871, 90, 91, 93, 95, 114, 116, 119, 129, 138, 148, 166.

James I., patents granted by, 48, 49, 50, 59, 111, 131, 134, p, 157, 444, 563.

-, proclamation of, 108, 111, 165.

-, letter from, 92.

-, letters to, 61, 62, 63, 65–7, 69, 71–3, 76, 78–82, 84.

-, his sons, see Henry, Prince; Charles I.

-, his daughter, see Elizabeth, Princess.

James, Duke of York, 373, 436, p. 217, p. 229, 564, 566, 573, 664, 669, p. 281, 796, 916, pp. 419–420, 988, 989, 993, 1024–26, 1037, 1112, 1166.

-, -, grants to, 399, 987.

-, -, letters from, 513, 795.

-, -, letter to, 1044.

-, -, petition to, 606.

-, -, falls from his horse and breaks his collar tone, 1166.

-, -, Secretary to, see Werden, Sir John, Bart.

-, Capt., 290, 300, 316.

-, -, Groom of the Bedchamber to Charles II., 387.

James Fort (Barbadoes), 419, 890, 1027.

-, (Jamaica), p. 343.

James River (Virginia), 920, 1035, p. 453, 1178.

-, -, petition of inhabitants of, 921.

James Royal (ship), the, 118.

James Town or City (Virginia), 170, 382, 698,836,919, 940, 964, 965, 1019, 1035, p. 454, 1065, 1098.

-, -, order of a General Court at, 698.

-, -, orders of the Grand Assembly held at, (1660–76), 1223.

-, -, High Sheriff of, 698.

-, -, burning of, 1035.

-, -, letters dated from, 168, 906, 939, 965, 1019.

Japan, 31.

Jarbee, Lieutenant-Colonel St. John (deceased), 1003.

Jefferies, John, 1183.

Jeffreys, Colonel Herbert, LicutenantGovernor of Virginia, 1036, 1053, 1055, 1063, 1068, 1074, 1083, 1087, 1091, 1092, 1109, 1110, 1112, 1118, 1134 i, 1136–37, 1139, 1219.

-, -, -, commissions to, 1036, 1049, 1050, 1118.

-, -, -, colours for his company in Virginia, 1112.

-, -, -, nstructions to, 1130–32.

-, -, -, letters to, 1060, 1140, 1180.

-, Captain, 318.

-, Ensigu John, 1055, 1091.

Jenkins, Sir L., Judge of the Admiralty, 639 i., p. 278, 672, 686, 687–9, 719, 819, 976, 988.

-, -, -, letter from, 516.

-, -, -, reports of, 693, 701, 1018 ii., iii.

-, -, letter to, 702.

-, Lieutenant-Colonel, 1075.

Jenks, Samuel, 536.

Jennens, Wm., 623.

Jenninges, Adrian, p. 37.

Jennison, James, 675 vii.

-, John, 675, vii.

Jermyn, Henry, Earl of St. Albans, 403, 603 ii, 696, 834.

Jersey, 840, 843.

-, Governor of, 517, 843.

-, -, letter to, 840 I.

-, bailiff and jurats of, 843.

Jesop, Walter (weaver), 175.

Jesson,Randall, 125.

Jessop, Edward, 371.

-, W., Clerk of the Council, 234, 241, 245, 302, 338.

-, letter from, 255.

Jesuits, 81.

Jewels, 25, 45, 46 I., 315, 327; see also Precious stones.

Jews, 411, 419, 438, 451, 548, 624, p. 283, 675 iii.—vii., pp. 290–1, 818–825, 924, 932, 932 II.

-, see also,—
-, Barbadoes.
-, Jamaica.
-, Surinam.

Joanes, Richard, 175.

Johanna Island, 392.

-, King of, 392.

-, -, his two sons, 392.

John River, Bay of Fundy, 206.

John Adventure, the, 916 i., 988.

John Baptist (ship), the, 311.

John and Christopher (ship), the, 1046.

Johnson, Edward, 131.

-, Captain (pirate), 1216.

-, Captain John, 411.

-, Captain Moyell, 902, III.

-, Alderman Robert, 104, 131.

-, Nathaniel, 1027.

-, Rowland, 376.

-, (of Roxborough) killed, p. 351.

-, William, 675 VII., 943 I., p. 402.

Joiners, 378.

Jonathan, the (ship), 138.

Jones, Colonel, 203.

-, Captain, 212.

-, -, Daniel, 389.

-, Griffith, 1214.

-, Hugh, 1164.

-, Joane, p. 286.

-, John, p. 286 (2), 943 i.

Jones, Robert, letter from, 902 X.

-, Samuel, 902 xi.

-, Thomas, 50, p. 38, 110.

-, Sir William, Attorney-General
-, (1675–1679), 486, 497, 515, 546 i., iii., 551, 599, 603 I, 645, 686–8, 788, 797–810, 834, 835, 871, 894, 899, 905, 926, 987, 288, 1157.

-, -, Reports of, 559, 563, 568, 696–697 i., ii., 699, 1149 I.

-, -, Warrants to, 710, 718, 776, 896, 1028, 1039, 1049, 1118.

-, -, letter from, 814.

-, -, letters to, 788 I., 798, 1032, 1074, 1099, 1134.

-, William (Newfoundland), 50, p. 38, 495.

-, -, grant of land (Carolina) to, 1224.

Jordan, Daniel (deceased), p. 217.

Jordans,—, 921.

Jorden, Mrs., 202 II.

Joshua, 276.

Joyeuse, Duke, Admiral of France, 31.

Joyner, Joseph, 175.

Judge, Major, Governor of St. Lucia, 861.

Judson, Randolph, 1071.

Junifer, Captain, p. 451.

Jupe, Thomas, 404.

Juxon, John, 50.

-, Thomas, 50, p. 38.

K.

Katherine (ship), the, 392, 1004, 1164.

Kaynell, Francis, 354.

Keates, Captain, 1078, 1093.

Kecoughton, see Kicowtan.

Keene, Captain John, 212.

Kelsey, Major-General, 327.

-, Thomas, 238, 246, 283, 299, 301.

Kemp, John, p. 455.

-, Matthew, 1010.

-, Richard, Secretary and Councillor of Virginia, 167, 176, 193, 718.

-, -, -, letter to, 168.

Kendall, John, 526, 1027.

Kenn, Christopher, p. 16.

Kennebec (Maine), 745, 849, p. 372.

Kenninges, Robert, p. 16.

Kent, co., 16, 39.

-, Sheriff of, letter and warrant to, 173, 178.

Kent, John, 495.

Kerney,—, pp. 452–3.

Kerry, 36.

Ketelby, Captain Thomas, 161.

Kicowtan(Virginia), 167, 1035, pp. 451–2.

Killigrew, Sir Robert, Vice-Chamberlain to Queen Henrietta Maria, 131, 155.

-, William, 497.

Kine, see Cattle.

King, Sir Andrew, sub-Governor of the Royal African Company, 877, 911, 978, 1155, 1179.

-, William, 175.

-, -, Dorothy, his wife, 175.

-, -, children of, 175.

King David, the, 202 i., ii., iv., 219, 219 i.–vi.

King's Bench, Westminster, 813.

King Street (London), 83.

Kingman, Henry, 175.

-, -, Joan, his wife, 175.

-, -, children of, 175.

Kingsland, Nathaniel, 851.

Kinham, Alice, 175.

Kinsale, p. 14, p. 17.

Kinsale (Montserrat), 861, p. 500.

Kipp, Jacobus, 371.

Kirke, Sir David, p. 39, 148, 361, pp. 157–8, p. 160, 495.

-, George, 495.

-, Sir Lewis, 195, p. 157, 495 ?

-, Lady, 495.

Kirkham, Robert, 50.

Knaplock, Robert, p. 15.

-, William, p. 15.

Knapman, Captain Joseph, 458, 537, p. 281, 822, 913, 917.

-, -, letter from, 525.

Knevett, Sir Henry, p. 15.

-, Thomas, p. 15.

Knight, Andrew, 414, 675 VII., p. 402.

-, Dolorosa, 675 VII.

-, John (ironmonger), p. 15.

-, -, (sailor), p. 455.

-, -, (of Carolina), 390.

-, -, Surgeon-General, 1114.

Knives, 996.

Knolles, William, 536.

Knollis or Knowles, Sir Francis, 7, p. 15.

-, Henry, 5, 6, 7.

-, -, certificate of the cause of his forsaking Gylberte's voyage, 6 I.

-, -, his voyage, 7.

Knolles, William, 678.