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rassed by the sale of liquor to
the Indians, 297; endeavored
to respect Jones, 297; sent
proceedings against Jones to
Cross, 298; sundries delivered
by his order, 314; appropria-
tion for, 322; obliged to spend
more than was appropriated,
324; further appropriation
asked, 324; retained a few In-
dians, 386; has well managed
affairs, 336; to have command
of the men enlisted to defend
Machias, 351; to enlist In-
dians, 352, 363; sent Bell, Tory,
from Machias, 359; obliged to
borrow money, 389, 390; needs
more money, 390; Avery to
settle accounts of, 390; sent
Avery for supplies, 411 ; to be
paid money due him, 419, 420;
further allowance, 420; whale
boats and oil cloth for, 420;



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DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Allan, continued.

his letters to be sent to Con-
gress, 420; letters of, 106, 107,
169, 179, 229. 232, 244, 285, 288,
292, 294, 297, 299, 356, 357;
mentioned, 27, 93, 180, 211,
218, 244, 245, 247, 252, 335, 340,
842, 363, 364, 384, 408, 412.
Mrs. John, 287, 292.

Allbee, Lieut, William, rations
due, 413; to be continued in
the service, 420.
Allin, Lieut., rations due, 412.
Allinejurd, Henry, a witness, 79.
Amancoggin lp„,i„ -.n. .oQ
Ammoncongen/*^'^^' ^^^^ ^^'^'
Ambroise \ Governor, hearty in the
Ambrose J cause, 40; under Col.
Allan, 205; praised, 205.

Ammunition, at Fort Halifax, 2;
needed at Machias, 14, 23, 376,
377; in care of Stephen Smith,
19; sent by Col. Brewer to
Machias, 20; amount at Ma-
cliias, 28; needed at Kittery,
67; cannon spoiled, 67; needed
at Falmouth, 75; to be sent to
same, 80; captured, 102; ex-
penses for, must come out of
a prize, 115; for Cape Eliza-
beth, 12G; to be delivered to
Col. Howard, 137; given to
Indians, 165; still needed at
Machias, 173, 175; needed by
Col. Allan, 176; for Boothbay,
189, 225, 232; at Machias, 199,
200, 237, 241, 405; supplied by
T. Parsons, 208; for Machias,
212; needed at Boothbay, 220;
Col. Brewer demanded pay for
the State powder given to sol-
diers, 281, 282; supplied by
Benj. Wheeler, 301, 302, 303,
314; Col. Brewer should ac-
count for, 332; sent to Capt.
Smith, 350, 351, 363; wanted
at Fisherman's Bay, 367; Capt.
Smith to purchase arms for
same, 368; Daniel Sullivan to
purchase arms, 368, 369; for
Lincoln County, 373; wasted,
376, 403; soldiers to purchase
their own, 394; needed at
Winter Hill, 407; to be pro-
vided for same, 407, 408; to
be delivered to Jonas Farns-
worth, 437.

Anderson, Edward, surveyor of
highways and lumber, 97;



Anderson, continued.

town clerk, 98, 100; declara-
tion of, 100.
John, his goods examined, 116.

Andrews, Nathan, received a
bounty, 310.

Annapolis, 36, 92, 237, 243, 361.
Gut, 238.
River, 238.

Ai-es, Joshua, signed Wheelers-
borough petition, 64.

Arexes, pay due, 44.

Arms, every family obliged to keep
a gun, 75; needed at Fal-
mouth, 75; .see under Ammu-
nition.

Armstrong, Jonathan, signed Roy-
alsbourg petition, 370.

Army, Continental, 72, 79, 146,
212, 213, 214, 347, 354, 403, 414;
see also under Soldiers.

Arundel, a boundary, 385.

Assoner, i)ay due, 44.

Attenanier, " 44.

Aussing Xeptune, pay due, 44.

Austin, Benj., member of the Gen-
eral Court, 41, 43, 47, 48, 50,
60, 69, 73, 74, 80, 82, 86, 88,
119, 126, 128, 131, 134, 138, 153,
155, 167, 190, 202, 214, 216, 219,
226, 227, 233, 234, 236, 239, 262,
307, 317, 318, 322, 324, 329, 330,
333, 356, 358, 365, 368, 381, 382,
386, 389, 408, 409, 417, 419, 422,
424, 425, 426, 431.
Daniel, received bounty, 310.
Ralph, his oxen seized, 849.

Averil, Joseph, received a bounty,
310.

Averil, Joseph, as messenger, 254,
256; deposition of, 253, 254.

Avery, James, clerk of the court,
244, 245, 247, 252, 268, 269, 270;
petitioned for Col. Allan, 389,
890; to settle accounts for Col.
Allan, 390; sent for supplies,
411; desired an order for
wampum, 411; petitioned for
Capt. Boudron's company,
432, 433; the same granted, 433,
434; memorial of, 389; petition
of, 411, 432, 433.
Capt. James, commissioned offi-
cer, Indians much attached to,
298.
John, deputy secretary, 41, 45,
47, 48, 50, 51, 52, 54, 60, 65, 68,
72, 73, 74, 80, 82, 85, 86, 88, 94,
116, 119, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131,
132, 134, 135, 138, 153, 155, 159,



INDEX



443



Avery, continued.

160, 161, 166, 184, 185, 187, 190,
199, 200, 202, 214, 215, 216, 217,
219, 221, 226, 227, 228, 229, 282,
233, 234, 235, 236, 238, 240, 248,
249, 250, 261, 263, 265, 266. 267,
292, 299, 303, 305, 306, 307, 311,
317, 318. 322, 323, 324, 320, 327,
329, 332, 333, 343, 345, 346, 848,
354, 356, 358, 359, 364, 365. 366,
368, 874, 379, 380, 381, 382, 386,
389, 393, 401, 408, 409, 411, 414,
418, 419. 421, 422, 423, 424, 425,
426, 428, 429, 430, 431, 432. 433,
434, 435, 436, 438; letter of,
426.
John, of Windsor, claimed part
ownership in a vessel, 361.

Avy, Joseph, signed Wheelersbor-
ough petition, 64; testimony
of, 272; signed Penobscot pet-
ition, 276.

Ayer, Elijah, quarter-master, 413.

Ayr, Joshua, deposition of, 280,
281.
Joshua E., signed Penobscot
petition, 276.



B



Bacheldor, see Batciielder.
Bailey, David, signed Pownalbor-
ough petitions, 85, 260.
Rev. Jacob, 143, 144, 145, 149,
150.

Baker, Mr. , member of the

General Court, 410, 428.
Lieut. Carr, proposed for cap-
tain, 21; see Barker.
Elisha, blacksmith, 327, 328, 329.
Bant, William, issued writ, 416.
Barker, Capt. Carr, proposed for
captain, 21, 326; beating or-
ders for, 218.
David, fence viewer, 97.
Prince, signed Kennebec peti-
tion, 126.
Barley, Issiali, can give evidence,
353.

Barlow, Mr. , 315.

Barnard, Joel, 70.
Robert, 76.
Robert second, 76.
Solomon, 76.

Barron, Mr. , engineer, 37.

Bartlett. John IL, 67.
Capt. Nicholas Jr., 117.

Batchelder, 1 Capt. , member

Bacheldor, / of the General
Court, 199, 292.



Batteries, see Forts.

Bay of Fundy, 58, 92, 288, 415.

Beanian, Joseph, 77.

Bean, Nehamiah, recommended
for lieutenant, 311.

Beaver as currency, 16.

Belfast, 157, 158.

Bell, Mr. , 237.

Robert, a suspect, 357; arrested
and committed to the Goal,
359, 360, 879; innocent, 379;
his brother petitioned to give
bail for, 379; to be liberated
on bail, 381.
William, petitioned to bail liis
brother, 379; order on peti-
tion, 379; petition of, 379.

Bennett, John, signed York peti-
tion, 89.

Bennington, 1.

Bermuda, 159.

Berrev, \ John received a bounty,

Berrf, / 310.
John Jr., ditto, 310.
Thomas, petitioned for his pay,
68, 69, 71; to be paid, 72.

Berwick, distressed, 66; inventory
of Willingford's estate in, 400.
Fowling Marsh, 400.
Stair Falls, 400.

Beverly, 105.

Biddeford, 43, 46.

Bills, Continental, 373; see Cur-
rency.

Bishop, James, as a witness, 316.

Black, Lieut. Henry, signed Pen-
obscot petition, 276.

Blackdon, Charles, ditto, 276.

Blagdon, Charles, could not get
stores, 271, 278, 279; employed
by Lowder, 283; deijosition
of, 278.

Blake, Mrs. , could not obtain

provisions, 273.

Blethen, John, signed Royalsbourg
petition, 371.

Boardwinham, 204:

Boats, 3, 4, 36, 420.

Boothbay, Newman at, 117; naval
officer established at, 125; far
from Kennebec, 125; Collier
and Dawson repulsed at, 185;
enemy still near, 186; ammu-
nition for. 189, 225; soldiers
to be stationed at, 189, 225,
226, 282; home of McCobb,
312; mentioned, 266.
Boothbay Harbor, the Rainbow in,
219; raid of the enemy, 219,
220; threats of the enemy,



444



DOCUMENTABY HISTORY



Boothbay Harbor, continued.

220; desired soldiers and am-
munition, 220.
Townsend Harbor, 250.
Townsend Neck, 250.

Boston, 9, 16, 17, 21, 30, 35, 52, 57,
61, 66, 75, 77, 82, 91, 102, 105,
109, 112, 117, 120, 121, 12.3, 124,
133, 138, 139, 140, 145, 148, 151,
152, 159, 160, 180, 182, 187, 190,
191, 193, 197, 199, 215, 216, 217,
271, 281, 282, 293, 321, 328, 352,
353, 357, 369, 372, 373, 379, 380,
384, 386, 390, 392, 394, 427, 429.
Board of War, 62, 112, 130, 139,
169, 180, 181, 189, 206, 213, 214,
225, 232, 263, 204, 20G, 315, 323,
324, 330, 339, 345, 350. 352, 368,
374, 388, 396, 407, 409, 411, 415,
416, 420, 422, 425, 429, 437.
Council Chamber, 11, 18, 19, 55,
59, 121, 155, 180, 205, 217, 234,
330, 381, 394, 411, 426.
Coal, 249, 359. 360, 879, 381,
Guard Ship, 208.
Newspapers, 60.
Port, 57, 415.

Boudron, Capt. Josiah, enlisted a
company, 432, 434; obliged to
leave his estates, 433; his fam-
ily obliged to take shelter at
Machias, 433; desired relief
for the families of his soldiers,
433; desired that his men have
the pay due them, 433; men to
be paid, 433, 334.

Boundaries, 77, 108, 185, 439, 440.

Bounties, 200, 227, 228, 309, 314,
340, 421, 436, 437.

Bourke, William, signed Pownal-
borough petitions, 85, 260.

Bow, Patrick, stole beaver, 277; a
deserter, 278.

Bowdoin, James, member of the
General Court, 82, 88.

Bowell, David, signed Wheelers-
borough petition, 63.

Bowker, Joseph, signed Kennebec
petition, 125.

Bowman, Jonathan, ditto, 125; as
as a judge, 269, 308, 818, 319.

Boyington, f Amos, elected a lieu-

Boynton, J tenant, 160; testi-
mony of, 255, 266; in Foster's
regiment, 357; deposition of,
254.
Hilkiah, 76.

Bradbury, John, judge, 399.

Bragdon, Elisha, enlisted, 354.
Joshua, desired to send vessel



Bragdon, continued.
from Wells, 59.
Joshua Jr., signed York peti-
tion, 89.
Capt. Joshua, manufactured and
sold salt, 393.

Brattleborough, 263.

Bray, John, as a witness, 316.

Brewer, Capt. , 184.

John, on Penobscot committee,

157.
Col. Josiah, commander at Pe-
nobscot, in need of provisions,
20; sent assistance to Machias,
20; number of men in his regi-
ment, 68; petition to be served
on, 64; supplies sent to, 82;
people dissatisfied with, 158;
new guard in his care, 163;
consulted by Col. Lowder, 164;
at an Indian conference, 183;
proposed to fire an alarm, 183;
at Coburu's, 184; approved the
silence of the express, 184;
disputed with McCurdy, 184;
would not make an alarm, 184,
353; frustrated all attempts to
give information, 184, 185;
promised provisions, 185; com-
plaints against, 270, 271, 272,
273, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 281,
282, 284, 301, 302, 353; refused
to accept depositions, 272, 858;
altercation with Wheeler, 272;
administered oath to Good-
win, 273; released a prisoner,
277, 278; in league with Col.
Lowder, 278; Mayhew testi-
fied for, 281; brought State
powder, 281; demanded pay
from soldiers for the same,
281, 282; not at home to re-
ceive papers, 284, 285; asked
no advice in building fort, 325;
responsible for false alarm,
826; ought to account for
money, 332; put names of
dead men on his list, 353; per-
verted justice, 353; avoided
orders of the court, 353; re-
ported the needs of the In-
dians, 425; letters of, 20, 411,
412.
Mrs. Josiah, 284.

Bridge, Edmund, selectman of
Pownalborough, 270, 320.

Bridgeton, 135.

Brigham, Charles, 77.

Brighton, 104.

Bristol, much exposed, 402; peo-



INDEX



446



Bristol, continued.

pie auxious, 402; defenceless,
402, 403; furnished more than
her quota, 403; men and am-
munition needed at, 403; a
boundary, 440; mentioned,
105, 219.
Broad Bay, 401.

Cove, 401.
Brookens, Philip, 76.

Brown, Mr. , member of the

General Court, 65.
Amos, 77.
Benjamin, 77.
Charles, 77,

James, received a bounty, 310.
Joshua, ditto, 310.
Captain William, 179, 208.
Brown's Cove, 440.
Brunswick, paid for billeting sol-
diers, 48; soldiers from, paid,
68, 69; people from Ilarpswell
move to, 204; home of Elisha
Baker, 327; taxed people of
Royalsbourg, 309, 370.
Brunswick prisoners, or Hessians,

266.
Bryant, Bartholomew, received a

bounty, 310.
Buck, Col. Jonathan, asked to
send reinforcements, 11; town
meeting to be held at his
house, 157; same was lield,
l.o8; as chairman, 159; went
to inquire about alarm, 183;
brouglit stores to Penobscot,
271; people desire him for a
colonel, 275; president of the
Committee of Safety, 326; to
order election of a captain,
365, 366.
Budge, James, on Penobscot Com-
mittee, 157, 326.
Buller, Thomas, ensign, 218.
Bunker Hill, Battle of, 179.
Bunting, 180.

Burgoyne, Gen. John, 289, 293.

Burley, Josiaii, signed Penobscot,

petition, 276; employed by

Col. Lowder, 283; confirmed

testimony, 284.

Burnam, Job, as bondsman, 267,

268.
Burr, Isaac, 77.
Burton, Benjamin, 78, 79.
Bush, Jonathan, 77.
Bussell, 1 Jacob, signed Wlieelers-
Busell, j borougii [letition, 64;
deposition of, 301, 302.



Bysell, Stephen, signed Penobscot
petition, 276.



c



Cagill, Col. 69.

Caldwell, John, manufactured and

sold salt, 436.
Calef, Thomas, justice, 218.
Call, Obadiah Jr., signed the Ken-
nebec petition, 125.
Callahan, ) Charles, delivered a
Callihan, J copy of the Pownal-
borough petition to Cushing,
261; an absentee, 269, 318, 319,
392, 417; value of his estate,
269, 270, 308; an enemy to the
States, 270; his estate embez-
zled or conveyed away, 308,
309, 319; Thwing appointed
agent for, 319, 392, 417, 431;
his wife claimed the right to
dispose of the property, 320;
no proof that he is with the
enemies of the States, 320;
claimed unjust treatment, 302,
sent for liis wife, 362; well
provided for, 362; in an armed
vessel, though he would pre-
fer the merchant service, 362;
by the act of sequestration
forfeited his estate, 417.
Rebecca, signed Pownalborough
petition, 85; wife of Charles,
308, 318, 319, 417; supposed to
have embezzled, or conveyed
away the estate of her hus-
band, 309, 319, 392, 393; com-
plaint against, 309; summoned
to court, 309; committed to
goal, 319, 393; appealed, 319,
893; the reasons of the apjjeal,
320, 321; neglected to prose-
cute the appeal, 393; Thwing
demanded her husbamPs per-
sonal effects, 417; she refused
to comply with the demand,
417; petitioned to hold her
husband's estate, 417; value
of his moveable eifects, 417;
desired to be permitted to go
to her husband, 417, 431; to
have a portion of the personal
estate, 431. 432; permission
granted for her departure, 432;
petition of, 416.
Richard, signed Pownalborough
petition, 260.
Calvin, John, 141.
Oalviiiists, 141.



446



DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Cambridge, 58, 68, 72, 191, 383.

Camden, 240.

Campbell, Alex., justice of the
peace, 418.

Col. Alexander, carried let-
ters, 10, 11, 15. 18, 29, 179, 193,
221; consulted by Col. Eddy,
10, 11; asked Col. Buck to
assist Col. Eddy, 11; letter to,
32; number of men in his com-
pany, 123; collected the milita,
179; arrived at Machias, 285,
286; Smith drew on as agreed,
341; in Fosters regiment, 357;
his staff roll, 391; letter of,
203.
Andrew, manufactured and sold
salt, 480; Joseph Simpson to
draw the bounty for, 436, 437.
Capt. Thomas, signed Wheelers-
borough petition, 62, 64; on
Penobscot Committee, 157;
signed Penobscot petition, 270.
William, collector and constable,
96, 100.

Canada, 11, 94, 286, 387, 418.
River, 111.

Canadians, 183.

Canebec River, 110; see also Ken-
nebec River.

Cannon, see Ammunition.

Canso, 8.

Cape Ann, 76, 102.

Cape Elizabeth, soldiers at, 49;
fort built at, 75; soldiers
needed at, 75; in need of am-
munition, 75; men to be sta-
tioned at and supplies to be
sent to, 80, 234; powder for,
126; report on the petition of,
129; Noyes a commissary at,
131, 423; to have a flag, 180,
181; Dunn at, 191; the people
of, desired pay for billeting
soldiers, 191, 192; soldiers at
petitioned for more pay), 197,
198; Noyes' company in need
of provisions, 217; Noyes sup-
plied the forces at, 323, 330;
Deake stationed at, 388; peti-
tion of, 70.

Cape Sable, 8.

Cargill, James, signed Kennebec

petition, 125.

Carman, Capt. , 427.

Carter, Joseph, signed Penobscot

petition, 276.
Casco Bay, 47, 55, 58, 60, 102, 105,

115, 374, 416, 425.



Gates, Samuel, received a bounty,
315.

Chadbourne, Benjamin, to call a
town meeting, 385.
Humphrey, justice of the peace,
400.

Chadwick, Joseph, protracted a
plan of inland ports, 383, 423;
petitioned for pay, 383; to be
paid, 423, 424.

Chandler, Josiah, signed Royals-
bourg petition, 370.

Chaplain for the army, 218; re-
muneration of, 219.

Chax>man, Anthony, signed the
Damariscotta petition, 440.

Chase, Caleb, on Gorhani Commit-
tee, 71; letter of, 108.
Capt. Ephriam, ,357.

Chaudiere, Shudear, 183.

Chesley, Joseph, highway survey-
or, 97.

Child, Thomas, naval officer at
Falmouth, 342; deposition of,
321; letter of, 406.

Chisam, John, signed Penobscot
petition, 276.

Church, Noah, 77.
Noah second, 77.

Clark, Mr. , shipbuilder, 81.

Benjamin, signed Raymond

Town petition, 376.
Jno., signed Norridgewock let-
ter, 111.

Clearford, Jacob, signed Penob-
scot petition, 276.

Cleaveland, Ebeuezer, petitioned
for redemption of prisoners,
105.

Clouston, Capt. John, captured a
prize, 102, 133.

Cluley, Lieut. John, signed Pe-
nobscot petition, 270.

Cobb, Saml. M., signed Lincoln
County petition, 189.
Saml. W., signed Kennebec peti-
tion, 125.

Coburn, Jeremiah, ensign, propos-
ed to raise a guard, 163; did
not enlist men as directed,
163, 164; provisions sent to,
165; strange behavior of, 160;
mentioned, 158, 183, 184, 281,
282, 283.

Codding, Mr. , member of the

General Court, 410.

Coffin, Col. , member of the

General Court, 94.
Capt. Timothy, 192.

Oola, Capt. , 92.



INDEX



447



Colboi-n, Jeremiah, ensign, 422.

Cole, I^eujamiu, summoned, 6;
bound over, 6.

Coleborth, Peter, received a boun-
ty, 310.

Collier, Sir Cieorge, received a
dressing at Machias, 185, 222;
repulsed at Koothbay, 185,
219; appears to intend another
quarrel, 180; near Townalbor-
ough, 206, 207, 210.

Collings, James, signed Penobscot
petition, 276.

Colson, Hat., signed Wheeler.sbor-
ough ])etition, 64.
Ichabod, signed Penobscot peti-
tion, 276; employed by Lowd-
er, 283; s^e also Coulson.

Colwell, John, signed Wheelers-
borough petition, 63.

Combs, John, petitioned for his
pay, 68, 09, 71; to be paid, 72.

Committee of Correspondence, In-
spection and Safety, 81, 92, 94,
96, 107, 112, 113, 115, 116, 117,
129, 145, 158, 107, 219, 320, 331,
330, 338, 343, 344, 349, 354, 357,
359, 860, 362, 363, 379, 381, 384,
888, 394, 395, 396, 401, 427.

Committee of Sequestration, 417.

Complaint of Nathaniel Thwing,
392.

Conant, Mr. , owned a dam,

101.

Condeskeg, 158.

Condesneg Falls, 166.

Congregationalists, 83, 84, 85, 141,
145, 258, 260.

Congress, Continental, 11, 40, 81,
117, 140, 188, 229, 235, 347, 303,
388, 409, 420, 421.
Provincial, 427.

Connecticut Kiver, 77.

Contoocook River, 78, 103, 135.

Cook, ■) Cornelas, signed Wheel-

Cooke, / ersborough petition, 04.
.James, pay due, 44.
Josej))!, disposition of, 246.

Cook's Lott, 310.

Coombs, Anthony, selectman of
Harp.swell, 124; signed llarps-
well petition, 204.

Coiilisly, Joseph, recommended
for lieutenant, 218.

Cornwall is, 300, 361.

Cotton, Martha, executrix of her
husband's will, 327; recov-
ered judgment against Elisha
Haker, 1527; case carried to a
higher court, 327, 328; her ap-



Cotton, coKtinved.

pearance disallowed, 328; de-
prived of the benefit of the
law, 328; Baker recovered
costs against, 328; petitioned
to re-enter the action, 328; pe-
tition granted. 329; petition
of, 327.
Thomas, should liave pay as a

soldier, 69.
William, tanner, 327.

Couillard, John, signed Penobscot
petition, 270.
Joshua, ditto, 276.

Coulson, Capt. Thomas, built a
ship, 00; has not paid for the
iron work, his goods in cus-
tody, 01, 107, 128, 404; the same
carried away by force, 107,
128; an absentee, 404; report
of the committee concerning
the goods of, 403, 404.
see also Colson,

Cowen, Calvin, petitioned for his
pay, 08, 09, 71; to be paid, 72.

Cox, Nathaniel, received bounty
money, 314; in Foster's regi-
ment, 357.

Coxhall, situation and boundaries
of, 384, 385; named, 385; town
meeting to be called in, 385;
act of incorporation, 384.

Crabtree, Capt. fV <^^'een. 1 ^ *^^ap-
Ogreeu, J tured
an express, 243; phmdered St.
John's truck-house, 287; sailed
in pursuit of 15ritish vessels,
288; captured Nathan Jones,
289; entered complaint against
Capt. J. Littlefield, 359.
Crague, Hugh, assessor and select-
man of' Windham, 90, 99, 100.
Moses, signed Wheelersborough
petition, 64.
Cram, Daniel, on Pearsontown

Committee, 71.
Cranbery Island, 90, 91, 290, 306.

Crane, Mr. , member of the

General Court, 05.
Cranson, Abner, 77.
Crockett, liobinsou, signed Koy-

alsbourg petition, 370.
Crosby, Abner, signed Wheelers-
bourg ])(^tit ion, 64.
Eben, signed Pcniobscot jjetition,

276.
John, signed the Wheelersbourg

petition, 04.
Nicholas, ditto, 04.
Capt. Nicliolas, naval officer at



448



DOCtnVIENTAEY HISTORY



Crosby, continued.

Portsmouth, 342; evidence of,
353.

Simon, signed Wheelersbourg
petition, 64.
Cross Island, 22, 23, 182.

Messrs. 176, 179, 298.

Maj. , 199, 364.

Noah, 440.

Ralph, 179, 322, 324.

Kiver, 206.

Stephen, 179, 322, 324.
Ouler, John, signed the Wheelers-
bourg petition, 64.

Joshua, ditto, 64.
Cumberland, 222, 223, 237, 263.

Bay, 288.

County, 11, .36, 37, 39, 40, 41, 42,
49, 51, 59, 70, 73, 74, 80, 81, 98,
100, 107, 118, 119, 129, 134, 156,
180, 190, 193, 197, 211, 217, 228,
249, 303, 304, 305, 315, 317, 327,

329, 332, 343, 354, 369, 375, 381,
382, 383, 888, 403, 423, 432, 434.

Currency, beaver skins, 16; paper
money, 16, 204, 231, 300, 336,
373; silver money, 280.

Curtes, , 353.

Curtis, Capt. James, on billeting

his men, 48, 49; enlisted men,

68, 71; refused to pay the

same, 69; ordered to pay, 72.

Samuel, certificate of, 166.

Cushing, Judge , member of

the General Court, 89.
Caleb, ditto, 41, 43, 47, 48, 50, 69,
73, 74, 81, 82, 88, 167, 324, 329,

330, .332, 333, 343, 344, 345, 356,
358, 368, 380, 382, 389.

Charles, elected a Ijrigadier, 50;
clerk at Pownalborough, 1.50,
151; copy of a petition deliv-
ered to, 261; letter of, 138.

I., member of the General Court,
365, 419.

J., ditto, 41, 43, 47, 48, 70, 234,
356, 368, 382, 386, 408, 409.

John, signed Royalsbourg peti-
tion, 370.

Nathan, member of the General
Court, 65, 119, 126, 127, 1,30,
131, 132, 138, 153, 155, 202, 214,
216, 232, 283, 234, 239, 250, 262,
263, 265, .303, 305, .307, 317, 318,
322, 324, 333, 345, 358, 381, 382,
386, 389, 411.

Roland, signed Kennebec peti-
tion, 125; as registrar, 270,
309, 319, 321.



Cushing, continued.

T., member of the General Court,
48, 50, 81, 82, 88, 127, 153, 155,
167, 190, 202, 216, 219, 226, 227,
228, 229, 232, 233, 236, 2.39, 265,
307, 317, 318, 389, 424, 426, 434,
435, 436, 438.
Thomas, can supply wampum,
411; to deliver the State's
wampum, 411.



D



Damabiscotta, taxed by New
castle, 438; early espoused op-
position to the king, 438;
needs the power of legal cor-
poration, 439; petitioned for
incorporation, 439, 440; de-
sired bounds of, 440; petition
of, 438, 440.

Brown's Cove, 440.

riummer's Meadow, 440.

River, 122, 397, 398, 401, 440.
Dams obstruct fishing, 70, 72, 100,

101, 129.
Dana, Fra., member of the General
Court. 190, 226, 228, 229, 2-32.

F. M., ditto, 41, 43, 50, 82, 86, 88,
119, 126, 128, 130, 131, 1-32, 1-34.

S. W., ditto, 47,
Dauielson, Timothy, ditto, 119,
126, 127, 128, 1.30, 131, 132, 1,34,
138, 153, 165, 202, 214, 216, 303,
• 305, 307, 317, 318, 322, .3,30, 332,
333, 343, 344, 345, 356, 365, 368,
381, 382, 386, 389, 408.
Davis, Daniel, ditto, 41, 43, 48, 49,
50, 73, 119, 126, 128, 130, 131,
132, 1,34, 138, 190, 202, 214, 226,
227, 232, 233, 234, 236, 305, .322,
324, ,329, 330, 343, ,344, 356, 358,
368.

Gideon, signed Raymond Town
petition, 376.

John, ditto, 376.

Jonathan, desired to clear his
sloop, 56; signed Kennebec
petition, 125.

Maj. Moses, on Pownalborough
Committee, 394, 396; to receive
money for the committee, 396,
399; account of provisions de-
livered, 396, 397; in the Third
Regiment, 397; letters of, 396,
397, 399.

Prince, on Gorham Committee,
71.

William, letter of, 359.



INDEX



449



Dawson, , his depredations at

rassamaquody, 3, 23G, 237;
planned another expedition,
174; at Boothbay, 185, 186; at
Pemaquid, -402.

Day, Josiah, signed the Royals-
borough petition, 371.

Deake, "I George, in command at

Dike, i Casco Bay, 874, 388;
seized schooner of Furnass,
374, 388; to release the schoon-
er, 374; his reasons for seizing
the vessel, 388, 415, 416, 425;
the same declared a lawful
prize, 389; to file a claim for
himself and the state, 426; to
deliver Ilowland his chest and
wearing apparel, 428, 429; de-
prived of the advantage of his
evidence, 429, 430; can not
leave Falmoutli, 429; How-
land swore to take the life of,



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