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The Hon*"^ Council

Peleg Wadsworth B. Gen'
Boston 7 October 1780

* Note. Lawful.



Order for Supplies for Eastern Department.

State of Mass"^ Bay

Council Chamber Ocf 10^ 1780

Ordered — That the Board of War be and they hereby are

directed to furnish Brig*^ General "Wadsworth Commanding

Officer at the Eastern part of this State with two hundred

p"" of Shoes & two hundred p'' of Stockings for the Use of the

Troops in that Department Said Stockings k Shoes to be

Allowed out of the Wages of such Soldiers as shall receive

the same — and said Brig'' Wadsworth to be acc"^ Also to

deliver Brig'' Wadsworth twenty swivel Cartridges, twenty

round of Shot for Ditto One Doz. of Flints, three Pound of

Ball and three Dozen of Musket Cartridges for the Defence

of the Vessel in her Voyage to the Eastern parts of this State

he to be acc^'^ for the same —

Attest Jn° Avery D Secy



OF THE STATE OF MAIXE 461

Petition of Jon'^ Jackson.

To the Honourable the Council of the State of Massachusetts
Bay-
The petition of Jonathan Jackson of Newburyport humbly
sheweth — that ho has boon preparing a Ship to load with
Masts or other Lumber to go from hence to one of the French
Islands in the West Indies — which blasts are already en-
gaged — that understanding there is a Law in this State
prohibitory to the Shipping of Masts, your Petitioner prays
Permission for his Ship, called the Adventure, Hector Mc-
Xeil Commander, mounted with Sixteen Guns, navigated
with Thirty Men or more, deemed a very good Sailer, to
load in, or have liberty to depart from the Port of Casco
Bay with Fifty or Sixty Masts of the Dimensions of twenty
four inches or thereabouts, for the French West Indies, any
law to the contrary notwithstanding — & your Petitioner as

in duty bound shall pray

Jon* Jackson
Boston 11'" October 1780



Order to Supply Eastern Indians.

State of Massachusetts Bay

Council Chamber Octob' ll*'' 1780
Ordered that the Board of War be and they hereby are
directed to supply each of the Six Indians of the Penobscot
Tribe without loss of time with a Hatt, Shirt Indian Stock-
ings a Blanket suitable for them and Six Flaps and Charge
the Same to the A/'' of the United States

Attest John Avery D Secy



462 DOCUMENTARY HISTORY

Order for Supplies to Eastern Department.

State of Mass"' Bay

Council Chamber Oct^ 12* 1780

Ordered — That Capt Amasa Davis & others a Committee
appointed to forward Small Stores to the Army be and here-
by are directed to furnish Brig'' Gen' Wadsworth Command-
ing Officer at the Eastern part of this State with two hun-
dred p'' of Shoes & two hundred p"" of Stockings for the Use
of the Troops in that Department Said Stockings & Shoes
to be allowed out of the Wages of such Soldiers as shall receive
the same and Said Brig'' Wadsworth to be Ace'''" for Said
Articles — the Order of y" 10'^'' Instant to the Board of War
for Said Articles notwithstanding

Attest Jn° Avery D Secy



Order Respecting Daniel Beckler.

State of Massachusetts Bay

Council Chamber Boston Ocf 13 1780
Whereas Daniel Beckler of Waldoburrough in The County
of Lincoln a Deserter from Col" Vosees Regiment in the
Massachusetts Line, has voluntaryly resigned himself, and is
on his way to join his Company & Regiment in the Con-
tinental Army and for many other weighty Reasons —
Order*^ That the said Daniel Becker be and He hereby is
recommended to the Pardon of His Excellency General
Washington, The Time limited in his Excellencys Proclama-
tion being elapsed notwithstanding- —

Attest Jn° Avery D Secy

Falmouth Oct^ 1780
Sir.

The Bearer Cap*^ Goodwin will deliver to your Honours

Order Daniel Beckler of Waldoborough a Continental De-



OF THE STATE OF MAINE 463

sertcr from Col' Vose' Reg', & altho there can be no suffi-
cient Reason for Desertion & especially for not receiving the
Benefit of the late Proclamation of Pardon yet the Circum-
stances of his Family as expressed in the inclosed Certificate
strongly urges me to interceed in his Behalf & to request
that a Line of Recommendation may be given him for that
Purpose. I am Sir your most obedient & very humble Serv'

Peleg Wadsworth B G



Order in Favor Jon'^ Jackson.

State of Mass"^ Bay

Council Chamber Ocf 13''' 1780

On the Petition of Jon° Jackson Esq""

Read &; Ordered, That the Prayer thereof be granted and

that he be and hereby is permitted to load in, the Ship

Adventure Hector M'^Xeil Commander Sixty Masts of the

Dimensions of twentv four Inches or thereabouts have

Liberty to depart from the Port of Casco Bay for the W.

Indies and the Naval Officer for Said Port is hereby directed

to grant the Xecessary Papers for the Clearance of Said

Ship with the Masts Aforesaid on Board Any Act or Law

of this State to the Contrary ISTotwithstanding

Attest John Avery D Secy



Phillip Audehert's Certificate.

This Certifies that M"" Philip Audebert was "Wounded by

a Muskett Ball in the Vertebra of the Loins which Prevents

liim from obtaining a Living by his Trade

Jos Gardner
Boston October 20 1780



464 DOCUMENTARY HISTORY

Letter from Francis Shaw Jurf

Liverpool 20'^ October 1780

On the other Side you have price current of Lumber at
Gouldsborough (near Mount Desert) shou'd you or any of
vour friends at Bennuda have occaision for one or more

a.

Cargo's sorted you may Depend on having your Lumber of

the Best Quality & with the Greatest Dispatch, Salt at 4/ p

Bush\ Gt)od Rum at 5/ p GalP, Molasses at 2/6 Gall, will be

accepted as pay, be pleased to observe, that should you want

to load a Vessel with large Masts & Sparrs, I shall expect

five or six Weeks ISTotice to prepare for her, but shou'd you

want sorted Cargoes of small Masts & Spai-rs not exceeding

Twenty or 21 Inches I can deliver them on Demand, and

will Engage to pay demarage for any Vessel you may come in,

or send, that has not her Lumber as fast as She can take on

board, after She arrives five working days, and will allow

you five p Cent on the Amo' of the Masts & Sparrs for your

Trouble in Contracting for Me, I am with Esteem, Sir Your

Most Hum' Serv'

Fra: Shaw ^^

Cap* Eph"" Dean

Essex Ss. May 8th, 1781
This may certify that I have accurately compared the
afore written Letter of Prices current of Lumber at Goulds-
borough with the original & find them, literatim & verbatim,
to be true Copies of the said Original —

Attesf Nic' Pike Just. Pac.

To The respective Commanders of his ]\Iajestys Ships and
Vessells at Boston
A True Coppy from the Original

Examin'd p"" jSTath' Thwing Clerk



OF THE STATE OF MAINE 465

Price current of Lunif)er at Gouldsborough

Viz' Pine Boards & Plank 1 Inch IV2 Inches 2 Inches in
thickness [-5 5/at 60/ Halifax Currency p 1000 feet Inch
Measure

Sparrs from 4 to 10 Inches & as long as possible [ 6*^ at S''
p Inch

Sparrs 10 to 14 Inches for Yards & Topmasts square at
Butt. I- 3/ at 3/6 p Inch

Boombs 14 a* 16 Inches 55 to 75 feet long, square at
Butt I- 60 a' 70/ p Boomb

Oak & Rock INfaple Keel pieces 8 ]
Inches one Way & as wide the other [ 40/ p Ton of 40 feet
as possible 30 to 40 feet long J

Masts & Bowsprits 15 to 20 Inches 45 to 76 feet long hewed
8 square j^ 7/6 at 10/ p Inch

Ditto 21 Inches in partners 63 at 80 feet long 12/6 a* 15/
p Inch

Ditto 22 Inches — 66 a* 80 feet long— 17/6 a' 20/ pinch

Ditto 23 Inches — 70 a' 80 feet long — 22/6 a* 25/ pinch

Ditto 24 Inches — 72 a' 80 feet long — 27/6 a' 30/ pinch

The Masts will be got longer than the above Dementions
if possible, all to be hewed eight square, with one Bowsprit
to three short Masts & one Bowsprit to each long or Sloop's
Mast

Tn the House of Representatives May 15''* 1781

Read & thereupon Ordered that this Letter be referred to
his Excell^ the Governor & the hon. Council to take such
measures thereon as may be most proper

Sent up for concurrence

Caleb Davis Speaker
In Senate May IS''* 1781
Read & Concurred

Jer: Powell Presi"'



30



466 DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



APPENDIX



Petition of Inhabitants of Eastern Maine.

To the Honoured Governor Deputy Governor Magistrates
and Deputies assembled in the Generall Court now
sitting in Boston, this 18 Day of May 1672:
The Petition of sevcrall of the Inhabitants of the Easterne

parts of ISTew England
viz : Kenebeck, Cape bonawagou Damaras Cove Shipscoate
Pemaquid & Monhegen
Humbly shevi-eth That whereas the providence of God
hath stated our habitations into these parts w^herein some-
limes past we have had some kind of Government settled
amongst us: but for these severall years have not had any
at all which is greatly to our prejudice and damage haveing
no way [to] Right ourselves upon any account whatsoever:
And have little hopes of obtaineing any to be helpfull to us
for the good of our soules unlesse we have Government settled
amongst us

The Humble Request therefore of yo"" Petitioners is that
you wall please so far to favour us as to take us under yo""
Govenmient and protection that we may all have the benifit
of all those laws settled amongst ^'o"" selves granted unto us
Avhich if this Honoured Court shall accept of and grant to



NOTE. Copied by iMr. George S. Stuart from the Suffolk files,
No. 1117.

Mr. William Prescott Greenlaw, who furnished me with the
above, referring to his genealogy of his ancestor, John Cox, previous-
ly published, says: "If I had had a correct copy of the petition at
that time, I think I should have been able to demonstrate that this
Thomas (see petition) was the ancestor of the Dorchester and Port-
land Coxes."



OF THE STATE OF MAINE



467



us: We have clesircd our luveing friend M' Kichard Colla-
cott to advise with this Honoured Court or Comitty which
they shall appoint for that purpose and to act in our behalf e
what he Judged meet or convenient for us whereby yo"" peti-
tioners shall be ever engaged to pray kc.



Richard Hamon
Lawrence Denice
Silvanus Davys
John Gutch
Thomas Bow[ne]
Thomas Stephens
W™ Beckford
John Parker
Tho : Parker
Thomas Cock
Nath Harris

Roliert Gamon
John Pride
Edward Barton
Henry Walderne
Steph : Woolfe
MathewDyer
Ptich Seeth
Nicholas Bond

Thomas Gardiner
Jer: Hodsdon
John Cole
JohnHinks
A[lexander] Gold
J n° Browne



Kenebeck.

W" Baker
Rob' Edmans
David Crocker
Ambros Honywell
John Cock
Nich Peterson
Edw"^ Cole
James Cole
Alex'-ffrizell
Jn° Layton

Cape Bonawagon.

Benj : Barton
John Arthers
Aron Beard
Tho : Calton
W™ Dane
Tho : Healse
GaF Skiner
Rob' Baker

Pemaquid.

W"^ Phillips
Tho : Harwood
Tho : Elbridg
Walter Phillips
Jn° Tavlor



468



DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Damoras Coave.



Rich Honjwell
Jn° Allen
Roger Seaward
John Wrief ord
Elias Trick
John Bedwell
RoV Parker
Emaniie" Whitehauce



W™ Dyar
jS^ath Draper
Tho : Dwinthim
Thomas Mercer
W" Cole
Sam Corbinson
John White
W™ Collcott

Jn° Palmer
Jn^Dollen
Antho: Pedell
Geo: Bickford
Ravuold Celle
Jn" Dare
Rich Worring
Edw"^ Dary
Th" ffluen



Leonard Alber
W" Lee

Symon ISTewcombe
Nicho Oband
Rich ffriend
Tho : Alger
Edmund Robins



Ships Cott.

Christ" Dyer
John Dyer
W" James
Ralph Andrews
Thomas Gimpe
Phill Bendall
W" Loveren

Monhegen.

Richard Boon
Rich Olivar
Roger Wills
Hen: Stokes
W"^ Sanders
Rob* Whittell
Abr: Lackrow
Abell Hockbridg



Peter Widger

These were the names of the persons
subscribers of the severall papers sent
to Richard Collacot for y^ Petition
abovesaid



OF THE STATE OF MAINE 409

In answer to tliis Petition the Committee Understanding

that the lyne bcinge drawue since the Pet""" first made this

Petition, it takes in the most part or neere all the psons &

Places abovementioned doe Jndge the Court may grannt tlie

Petition *providcd they pay all Publique Charges Equally

with the rest of the Inhabitants in this Collony

28 May 1G72

Edward Tyng

George Corwin

Humphry Davie

The deput^ approve of the returne of the Comittee in
answer to this pet soe farre as the proviso marked * o""
hono'"'^ magis** consenting hereto

William Torrey Cleric.

The magis'* Consent not heereto

Edward Rawson Secrety.



INDEX



Abbot, , a deserter, 348.

Lieut. Thomas, 185.

Acadia, 62.

Adams, Samuel, 12, 14, 19, 20, 26,
29, 31, 40, 44, 45, 47. 49, 51,
53, 58, 65, 66, 67, 137, 138,
139, 142, 144, 152, 161, 162.
168, 184, 186, 187, 188, 194,
199, 206, 207, 213, 214, 216,
218, 222, 225, 233, 249, 256,
257, 258, 259, 275, 276.

Albee, 1

Alby, ' \ Lieut. John, 293, 294.

Allbee, J

Lieut. William, 5. 146, 176, 189,
213, 214, 290. 291, 295, 296,
298.

Alber. Leonard, 468.

Alexander, Sartell, 35, 36, 39.

Alger. Thomas, 468.

Algonlien. the. 306.

Allan, Col. John, 4, 15, 16, 23, 24,
25. 52, 54, 62, 70, 71, 72, 73,
74, 76, 85, 100, 106, 107, 115,
119, 121, 122, 123, 147, 163,
165, 166, 167, 170, 171, 172,
187, 189, 2t)7, 208, 217, 265,
269, 271, 278, 282, 284, 285,
290, 291, 292, 293, 294, 295,
300, 306, 307, 333, 334, 335,
339, 345, 348, 354, 367, 376,
377, 378. 379, 381, 389, 405,
412, 417, 434, 435, 452.

Allderdice, Capt. , 292.

Allen. . widow, 312.

Jon°., 468.

Allen's Cove, 312.

Allen's Marsh, 312.

Alline, )

Allyne, \ Henry, 450, 451.

Ambroise. see St. Aubin Am-
broise.

American Academy of Arts and
Sciences, the. 394.
Army, we Continental Army.

Americans, the, 32, 284.

American States, the. 139.

Ames, Moses, 252.

Anderson, John, 329.



Andrews, Ralph, 468.

Androscoggin River, 110, 391.

Appleton, Nathaniel, 37u. 380.

Archabald. |

Archibald, | I., 5.
James, 165.
S., 5.
T., 5.

Archer, John. 249, 383.

Argyle's Regiment, 277.

Armstrong, Jonathan, 111.

Army, American, .see Continental
Army.

Arthurs, John, 467.

Arundell, 21, 376.

Aspinwall, Col. , 140.

Athearn, James, 231, 328.

Audebert, }

Audibert, ( Philip. 219. 440, 463.

Aukapaqul, on St. Johns River,
306.

Austin, B.. 291. 294, 299, 303. 314,
316, 318, 320, 328, 370, 390,
396, 398, 404, 418, 420, 423,
436, 439. 440, 442, 444, 451,
453, 454, 455. 456.
Benjamin. 343. 401, 441.

Averell, Job, 1, 2.

Avery family, the, 1, 2.

James, 4, 34. 292, 293, 335, 348,
376, 381, 389, 412, 434, 435,
453.
John." 2, 6, 8, 11, 12, 14, 19, 20,
22, 23, 25, 26, 28, 29, 31, 34,
35, 39, 40, 44, 45, 47, 48, 49,
51, 52, 53. 54. 55, 56. 58, 59,
60, 62, 63, 66, 67. 73. 76, 85,
88, 93, 98, 100, 107. 121, 123.
126, 127, 128, 135, 137, 139.
140, 143, 146, 147, 152, 161,
162, 163, 167, 168, 179, 181,
184, 186. 187, 188, 192, 198,
199, 200, 201, 203, 207, 209,
211, 214, 216, 218, 221, 222,
225, 227, 228, 233, 235, 237,
238, 239, 242. 244, 249, 250,
251, 252. 256, 257. 258, 260,
261, 263. 265, 270, 271, 275,
276, 278. 279. 284. 286, 291,
293, 294, 299, 302, 303, 314.
316, 320, 321. 325. 326, 327,



472



DOCUMENTAEY HISTOEY



Avery, John,


continued.






328, 333,


343,


344,


348,


364,


365, 369,


371,


373,


379,


381,


382, 383,


389,


390,


393,


395,


396, 398,


402,


403,


404,


405,


412, 414,


416,


417,


418,


420,


422, 433,


434,


435,


436,


437,


438, 439,


440,


441,


442,


451,


453, 454,


455,


456,


458,


459,


460, 461,


462,


463.






Samuel, 1,


2.









B



Bacthelder, Hezekiah, 446.
Bagadoose, )

Bagaduce, | see Magabigwaduce.
Bailey, David, 421.

Samuel, 323.

see also Bayley.
Bakeman, see Bakman.
Baker, Micael, 329.

Robert, 467.

Samuel, 73, 138, 325, 326, 328,
414, 418, 420, 436.

William, 467.
Bakman, ) Mrs. Christian, 159,
Bakeman, ] 160, 180.

John, 153, 154, 158, 159, 180,
181.

John, Jr., 158.
Susanna, 154, 155, 156.

Baldwin, Col. , 395.

Ballard, Ephraim, 435.
Banks off Newfoundland, 253.

Barker, Mr. , messenger, 269.

Barnstable County, 231, 315.
Barrows, Comfort, 447.
Barten, Robert, 249.
Barton, Benjamin, 467.

Edward, 467.
Bass, Samuel, 320.
Bay of Fundy, the, 347.

Bayard, Lieut. Col. , 277,

384.
Bayard's Regiment, 384.
Bayley, Capt. , 213.

Benjamin, 341.

Israel, 111.

Samuel, 407.

see also Bailey.
Beard, Aron, 467.
Beath, Capt. Joseph, 97.
Beaver Pond, 421, 422.
Beckford, William, 467.
Beckler, Daniel, 425, 462.
Bedwell, John, 468.
Bell, David, 210.
Bendall. Phil., 468.



Bennett, Robert, 329.

Berkshire County, 231.

Bermuda, 464.

Bernard, Joseph, 108, 439.

Berwick, 185.

Beverly, 452.

Bickford, Geo., 468.

Biddeford, 374, 375, 376.

Biese, Tomma, 16.

Bishop, Halson, 157.

Blaine, Col. Ephraim, 74.

Blake, Ephraim, 159, 160.

Blanchard, Oziar, 113, 181.

Blue Hill Bay, 116.

Blunt, Capt. John, 203, 329, 331,
415.

Bond, Geo., 198.
Nicholas, 467.

Boof, Nathiel, 329.

Boon, Richard, 468.

Boothbay, 17, 18, 169, 186, 316,
318, 319, 320, 321, 322.
Meeting House, 17.
Pinkham's Cove, 423.

Boston, 2, 5, 9, 22, 23, 24, 27, 29,
35, 36, 38, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46,
55, 64, 65, 67, 68, 69, 70, 72,
77, 84, 94, 96, 98, 100, 108,
121, 122, 124, 125, 126, 128,
134, 135, 144, 145, 153, 162,
168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173,
174, 175, 176, 177, 185, 189,
190, 191, 192, 193, 203, 206,

207, 211, 213, 215, 217, 218,
226, 230, 235, 236, 237, 238,
241, 243, 245, 246, 254, 258,
260, 263, 270, 272, 273, 284,
286, 287, 290, 294, 295, 300,
302, 304, 305, 308, 313, 322,
341, 348, 350, 356, 358, 359,
361, 365, 366, 370, 371, 374,
379, 389, 392, 397, 402, 403,
405, 413, 414, 416, 417, 425,
435, 443, 446, 447, 450, 452,
456, 457, 458, 460, 461, 463,
464, 466.

Boston, Board of War, ) 5, 6, 7,
War Office, | 12, 14,

20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 35, 44, 46,
47, 48, 49, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57,
58, 65, 66, 74, 76, 77, 100, 107,
115, 117, 119, 126, 128, 132,
133, 147, 149, 153, 161, 165,
166, 167, 168, 169, 172, 175,
176, 177, 179, 185, 187, 188,
189, 190, 192, 193, 198, 200,

208, 209, 211, 213, 214, 217,
225, 227, 235, 243, 244, 251,
252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257,



INDEX



473



Boston, Board of War, continued.
259, 261, 265, 269, 271, 272,
274, 275, 278, 279, 282, 291,
292, 293, 294, 306, 313, 333,
345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 354,
356, 357, 373, 381, 392, 393,
395, 401, 404, 412, 414, 432,
435, 438, 440, 441, 443, 454.
456, 457, 460, 461, 462.
Castle, The, 67.
Castle Island, 134.
Council Chamber, 15, 85, 89,
92, 128, 164, 166, 170, 171,
171, 179, 198, 208, 210, 211,
262, 269, 278, 279, 344, 359,
371, 373, 379, 380, 381, 382,
383, 412, 417, 434. 458, 459,
460, 461, 462. 463.
County Court House, the, 210.
Goal, 367, 450, 454.
Harbor, 5, 373, 458.
Navy Board, 27, 43, 44, 145,

214, 215. 263, 264.
Pension Office, 215, 260, 263,
264, 330.
Bow(— ), Thomas, 467.
Bowdoin, J., 73, 303, 321, 328,
370, 390, 396, 398, 404, 438,
439, 440.
James, 394, 395, 403, 432.
Bowman, .lonas, 345.

Jonathan, clerk, 296, 298, 309,

407.
Jonathan, judge, 88, 89.
Boyer, Peter, 405.
Bayon, Daniel, 329.
Bracket. Jno., 421.

Thomas, 324.
Bradbury, :Moses, 355.
Theophilus, 421, 422.
Bradford. Dr. Joseph, 99.

Bragdon, Capt. , 370.

Joshua, 178.
Bragwaduce, see Magabigwaduce.
Brewer, Col. Josiah, 27, 43, 288,
331.

Bridges, John. 447.
Brier, Samuel, 18.
Brinton, Thomas, 329.
Thomas. 2nd. 329.

Bristol, 212, 226, 230, 248, 278,
324.
County, 231.

Britain. 33, 71, see also Great

Britain.
British, the, 1 16, 32, 33, 70,
Britains. the. \ 87, 103. 105. 115,
Britons, the, J 155, 159, 160, 164,



British, the, continued.

180, 283, 284, 306, 316, 338,
339, 346, 347. 366, 368, 434.
British Court, the, 62.
Fleets, the, 280, 354.
King, the, 35, 96.
Britons, .see British, the.
Broad Bay, 153, 243, 301, 349.

Brooks, Capt. , 127.

E., 73, 291, 294, 299, 303, 320,
321, 328, 390, 420, 423. 438,
439, 442, 444, 451, 453, 454,
455, 456.
Eleazer, 293.
Brown, |

Browne, \ Col. , 50.

James, 446.

Capt. James, 48.

Jesse, 1.

John, of the Board of War, 57,

254, 356.
John, prisoner of War, 329.
Jno., of Pemaquid, 467.
Nathaniel, 435.
Samuel, of Boothbay, 169, 170,

186, 187.
Samuel, of Thomaston, 446.

Bruce, Col. , 277.

Brunswick, 275.

Bunker Hill Alarm, the, 278.

Burk, ) Rev. , a priest,

Burke, ] 284, 292, 336, 339, 345,
346, 347.
Thomas, 196. 197. 198.
Burnam, ^ Girdian. 95, 191,
Burnham, ] 192, 279.



Calchorn. . 153.

Calef, Robert, 396, 397, 457, 458.
Sarah, 396, 397, 457, 458.

Calf, Mr. , 160.

Calton. the. 467.

Cambridge University, at, see
Harvard College.

Cambden, } 12, 13, 24, 54, 55.

Camden, \ 69. 87, 92. 109, 123,
131, 142, 143, 144, 149, 166,
179, 183. 192. 193, 203, 205,
251, 255, 272. 273. 279. 280.
313. 345, 353, 355, 356, 357,
358, 361, 362, 371, 372, 393.
Clam Cove. 331. 332.
Port of. 55.

Campbell. Col. Alexander, 28, 36,
38, 40, 42, 43. 44, 70, 72, 74,
75, 91, 107. 162. 163. 171, 172.
187, 188, 189, 207, 246, 247,



474



DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Campbell, Col. Alexander, cont'd.
266, 270, 271, 276. 284, 285,
290, 291, 293, 294, 295, 336,
345, 354.
Lieut.-Col. John, of the British
Army, 280, 384.

Canada, 4, 61, 102, 239, 253, 267,
306.

Canadian Indians, 4, 61, 204.

Canadians, 16, 204, 267.

Canso Petit de Great Regiment,
Le, 277.

Cape Ann, 5, 393, 449.

Cape Bonawagon, 466, 467.

Cape Breton Expedition, 433,
436.

Cape Elizabeth, 16, 17, 98, 136,
137, 141, 142, 185, 189, 203,
240, 250, 251, 452.
Committee of Safety, 137.
Port of, 136.

Cape Prozua, 153, 157.

Cape Race, 253, 351.

CapeRozier, ) 212, 213, 224,

Cape Rozua, j 220.
see also St. Capei'ozua.

Cape St. Mary, 351.

Cargill, Col. , 308.

James, 38, 39, 63, 65, 73, 278,
286, 287, 288, 296, 297, 298,
308, 309, 325, 340, 344, 345,
385, 403, 406, 407, 408, 409,
412, 413, 414, 423, 424, 437,
438, 439.
Col. John, 164, 165.

Cargill's Cove, 311.
Creek, 311.
Island, 311.

Carlton, John, 10, 27, 30.

Carnes, Thomas Jeners, 134.

Carolina, 253.

Casco, 246.
Bay, 79, 93, 265, 301, 349, 387,

434.
Bay, Port of, 461, 463.

Castle, the, see under Boston.

Cathcart, Capt. John, 124, 304,
319.

Celle, Raymond, 468.

Chadbourn, Benjamin, 290, 376.
Joseph, 375.

Champney, Capt. Caleb, 210.

Chaplin, Resolve Making an Es-
tablishment for a, 59.

Chapman, .Joseph, Jr., 5, 7, 46,
333.

Charleston, S. C, 281.

Chase, Col. Thomas, 261, 285,
313, 372.



Chasey, James, 162, 163, 187, 188.
Child, Thomas, 3, 4, 52, 422.
Choate, S., 73, 314, 316, 320, 321,
328.
Stephen, 291, 294, 299, 370,
393, 396, 398, 404, 418, 420,
423, 442, 444, 451, 454, 455,
456.
Claire, see Cly.

Clark, Capt. , 213.

Dr. , 5.

Abraham, 196, 19/.
Samuel Hill, 375.

Cleves, , steward, 227.

Cline, see Cly.

Clive, -, 388.

Cly, 1

Claire, I George, 301, 302, 305,

Cline, J 318.

Joseph, 301, 302.
Cock, John, 467.
Thomas, 466, 467.
see also Cox.
Cockran, Robert, Jr., 311.
Codman, Richard, 128, 387, 389,
390, 436.

Cofhn, Col. , 392, 403.

Coggins, , 104.

Coggswell, } Capt. , a tory,

Cogshell, 5 103, 115.

Adam, 301, 302, 305, 449.
Cole, Edward, 467.
James, 467.
John, 467.
William, 468.
Collacott, Richard, 467, 468.
Collcott, William, 468.
Collins, John, 196, 197.
Combs, Joseph, 446.

-see also Coombs.
Concord, Mass., 34.
Congress, Continental, see United

States Congress.

Connecticut, 95, 173, 196, 197, 359.

Continental Army, 129, 177, 223,

230, 232, 313, 314, 315, 332.

335, 344, 359, 360, 365, 366,

370, 373, 377, 425, 427, 445,

459, 462.

Congress, see United States

Congress.
Navy, 428.
Navy Board, 43.
Pensioners, 216.
Soldiers, 185.
Coombs, Anthony, 154, 155, 156,
159, 160.

Cooper, Samuel, 395.
CorbinsoD, Sam., 468.



INDEX



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Corsen, John, 159.

Corwin, George, 469.

Cox, family, the, 466.
.John, 466, 467.
Thomas, 466, 467.

Coxhall. 21, 289, 290, 374, 375, 376.

crabtree, Capt. Agreen, 1, 103.

Crafts, Col. Thomas, 147, 214.

Crague, Hugh, 365.

Cramwell's Reach, 312.

Cranch, Mr. , 395.

Crane, Mr. , 403.

Crocker, David, 467.
James, 113, 124.
Capt. Peleg, 38, 62, 63, 287, 297,
322, 340, 341, 407.

Crokit, Jonathan, 446.

Crosby, Capt. Nicholas, 56.

Cross, Maj. , 152, 193, 200.

Cruisers, see Vessels.

Cumberland County, 3, 4, 5, 16,
34, 44, 45, 50, 76, 108, 109,
110, 120, 142, 148, 154, 155,
156, 159. 160, 198, 202, 209,
219, 220, 226, 231, 258, 262,
270, 327, 328, 340, 341, 344,
355, 362, 363, 364, 366, 367,
370, 373, 382, 383, 407, 417,
420, 433, 436, 450, 454.

Cummings, }

Cumings, \ Lemuel, 391, 395.
Thomas, 249.

Currie, Maj. , 96.

Curry, John, 405.

Curtis, Capt. James, 154, 155,
156, 159.

Gushing, Caleb, 12, 14, 19, 20, 26,
28, 29, 31, 40, 44, 51, 52, 53,

54, 55. 56, 58, 59, 60, 65, 66.



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