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Anmessoukkanti, 463.
Answer to Andross' account of
forces raised to defend New
England, 120; to petition of
Weems, Lieut. James, 179, 181.
Appleton,

Maj., 109, 250, 256, 257.
Samuel, 30, 46.
Apprizement of sloop "Supply,"

365, 366.
Arden, William, petition of, 55.
Aretall,

Monsieur, 56, 64.
Lieut., 56.
Arnall, Capt. Richard, 332, 368.
Ashcraft, John, 296.
Ashurst, Sir Henry, 172, 182, 3-55,
464.

Austen ^ Matthew, 397, 502, 503,
xxUSLin / pr /-I ^

A i.' „ V 0U4.

Austing )

Azur, Sieur, 212.



Baken, Thomas, 488.
Baker,

John, desired assistance, 524,
526; certificate concerning,
525; letter of, 524.

Nathaniel, 359, 361, .309.
Balcnnes (eels), 202.
Bancks, John, .502.
Bancraft, Capt., 469.
Bane, Lues, 429, 529.
Banels, John, 488.
Bank, the, nee Strawberry Bank.
Banks, Joseph, 529.
Banton, William, letter of, 134.



Barbor, Thomas, 488.

Barley, 50.

Barnard, Capt. Thomas, 493, 494.

Barnstable, 307.
County, 416, 479.

Barwick, petition of, 490, 499; de-
sired an allowance for minister,
499; allowance granted, 499.

Bassett, Capt. William, 3.

Baston, see Boston.

Batchellor, Ebenezer, 160.

Bathechr Harbor, 128.

Battler, Mr., 245.

Bay of Bulls, 129.
de Campsceaux, 215.
of Fundy, 380, 439, 448, 4.52.
St. Paul, 200.

Baylie, Jos., 28, 29.

Bayonne, 206.

Bean, Joseph, 517.

Beauvais, Sieur de, 223, 228.

Becancourt, M. de, 221.

Beckford, Ben, 104.

Beimes, John, 488.

Belcher,

Capt. Andrew, 50, 366, 376.
John, 160.

Bellaman's bank, 334.

Belle Isle, strait of, 205.

Bellomont, Earl of, 409, 456, 458,
459, 463, 485, 489, 513. 527, 528,
529.

Benjamin, Joseph, 412.

Berwick, 91, 424, 429.

Beverly, 241, 242, 522.

Bible, a book better than the, 34.

Bigot,

Freres, 198.

Vincent, letter of, 455.

Bilboa, 129.

Bill of a Committee for Deben-
tures 17

Billeric'a, 377, 408, 513, 517.

Bisheps, 152.

Black,

Daniel, 529.
Point, 11, 91, 102.

Blackman, Capt. 142, 144.

Blagdon, James, 313, 365, 369, 372.

Blagg, Capt., 63, 65.

Blaithwait, Mr., letter to, 352.

Block Island, 252, 305.

Bloody Point, 115.

Blue Point, destroyed, 105; men-
tioned, 4, 91, .321.

Bommazeen, 420.

Bond,

Capt., 149.
William, 177.

Boon Island, 338, 341.

Boraginton, Sarath, 517.



i



INDEX.



535



Boston, 5, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 22,
32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 40, 41, 43, 45,
53, 72, 73, 77, 86, 95, 98, 100,
121, 123, 127, 128, 130, 141, 142,
144, 146, 147, 159, 160, 162, 164,
167, 178, 179, 180, 181, 186, 197,
204, 208, 209, 212, 213, 214, 218,
226, 227, 232, 234, 235, 238, 240,
242, 243, 245, 254, 261, 263,266,
267, 270, 271, 273, 275, 276, 280,
281, 282, 284, 286, 287, 288, 290,
291, 292, 296, 297, 300, 304, 312,
315, 323, 324, 325, 327, 329, 330,
331, 333, 339, 340, 341, 342, 343,
345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 351, 352,
355, 359, 361, 362, 365, 366, 374,
377, 378,381, 385, 386, 387, 389,
390, 393, 394, 395, 400, 401, 402,
404. 405, 411, 412, 413, 415, 418,
423, 426, 430, 431, 432, 433, 434,
439, 441, 443, 444. 445, 465, 466,
468, 470, 471, 473, 479, 480, 484,
486, 487, 489, 490, 493, 494, 496,
498, 505, 507, 509, 510, 520, 521,
522, 524, 527, 530.
Regiment, 98, 106, 135.
Bostoners, 326.
Bounty offered for prisoners, 436,

for scalps, 436.
Bowers, John, petition of, 53-54.
Bowles, John, 24.
Boxford, 441.

Boynton, Capt. Joseph, 443.
Brackett, Lieut. Antony, letter of,
426; mentioned, 409, 430, 431,
510.
Goodman, 296.
Bradford, 125.
Bradley, Hannah, 516.
Bradley's, 247.
Bradly, Daniel, 517.
Bradstreet,
Dudley, 177.
Humphrey, certificate of, 493;

letter of, 310.
Gov. Simon, letters of, 183, 285,
291; letters to, 9, 303, 307, 317;
mentioned, 12, 13, 17, 41, 43,
53, 75, 76, 78, S3, 84, 87, 88, 89,
90, 105, 107, 112, 118, 130, 172,
232, 233, 237, 254, 273, 288, 362,
374, 381, 413, 414.
Braggdon, Arthur, 397, 500, 504.
Braintree, 160.
Bread needed, 9, 11.
Brenton I Mr., 263, 280, 284, 289,
Brinton 1290.
Bridgemau, W., 490.
Bridges, Benjamin, 73.
Bristol, 479, 480.
County, 480.



Britton, Francis, 282.
Brockholes, Capt., 121.
Brockus, Maj., 37.
Brokhaven, John, 45.
Brokholes, Anthony, 45.
Bromfield, Edward, 124.
Brookfield, 513.
Brosse, Sieur de la, 223.
Brown,

John, 41, 44.

Capt. John, 441, 443.
Browne,

Maj., 425.

Benjamin, 31, 173.
Brumsden, Mr., 38.
Buckley, Richard, letter of, 263,

299.
Bull,

Capt., 63, 64, 66, 69.

Gov. Henry, 80.
Bullivant, Mr., 35.
Burnet, Fredk, 488.
Burnis, see Portneuf.
Burrell, Capt. Jno., 511.
Burrough, Rev. George, letter of,

294, mentioned, 275, 317.
Butler, Lieut. William, 443.
Bylield, Xathal., 394, 395, 499, 501,

507, 509, 511, 514, 516.



c



Cabarocauy, 209.

Cabeek, 56.

Cadiz, 287.

Caffiniere, Sieur de la, 214,'217.

Calliere, Chevalier, 207, 210, 211,

217.
Cambridge, 160.
Campbell, Will, 104.
Campernoon, Widow, 91.
Canada, 56, 66, 68, 77, 96, 97, 119,
124, 131, 145, 146, 150, 1.53, 164,
173, 184, 188, 192, 195, 196,
197, 204, 205, 207, 209, 212,
213, 215, 217, 242, 327, 328,
332, 3.53, 368, 404, 421, 450,
515, 517.
Expedition, 305.
Indians, 188.
River, 97, 333.
Canibas, Les, 193.
Canso, 128.

Canter, Capt. The, 132.
Cape,

Ann, 341, 375.

Breton, 205.

Cod, 132, 339, 374, 376.

Neddick, 91, 259, 315, 432, 438.

Porpoise, ',91.



536



DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Cape, continued.
Porpoise River, 393.
Sable, 31, 128, 134, 32G, 376, 439,
4.53.

Capin, Job Alcock, 503.

Captains, list of, under Gidney,
443.

Captives, Indians offer the En<?-
llsh a chance to redeem, 317,
320; instructions to Alden and
Convers concerning the redemp-
tion of, 321 ; redemption of, 323;
ransomed at Sagadahoc, 326; the
enemy w^ondered at the tardi-
ness in redeeming them, 327;
to be brought away by Ahlen and
Convers, 372, 373, .505'; at St. .John
River desire to be relieved, 403-
405; bill of Capt. Alden, for
transporting, 413; instructions to
Carey concerning, 421 ; treatment
of, by the English, 422; some
paid for, 506; irregularity con-
cerning the exchange of, 515,
516; list of, brought in the Prov-
ince galley, 516; list of, still in
the Indians' hands, 517.

Carey, Matthew, Instructions to,
421.

Carol, Francis, 296.

Carter, Richard, 104.

Casco captui-ed, 99, 101, 104; de-
stroyed, 134; mentioned, 14, 91,
92, 99, 101, 102, 103, 104, 106,
111, 166, 174, 186, 246, 331, 339,
340.
Bay, 5, 53, 56, 99, 130, 142, 365,
366, 373, 378, 379, 380, 409, 414,
425, 427, 430, 4;31, 516, 517.

Casteen

Castene

Castine, 340.

Sieur de, 22, 23, -38, 100, 121,
145, 146, 244.

Catarakony, 194, 201.

Cattis. Capt., 404.

Cattle, killed for the use of the
army, 241, 242.

Cavelier, M., 203.

Cellesfonds, Sieur de, 227.

Certilicate of Bradstreet, Humph-
rey, 494.
Rindge, Daniel, 495.

Champigny, Sieur de, 192, 194,
195, 196, 203, 204, 210.

Charlestown, 50, 133, 160, 495.

Chaudiere, la, 221, 229.

Chebeag, 281, 282.

Checkley, Samuel, 130.

Chelmsford, 125, 377, 408, 513.

Cher, M., 210.



[ see Castine.



Christopher, Richard, apprize-

ment of his sloop, 365, 306.
Chubb, Capt. Pasco, letter of,

412, 426; petition of, 469, 470;

vote in relation to, 481; to be

brought to trial, 482; mentioned,

409, 412, 430, 431, 443, 465.
Church,

Maj. Benjamin, at council of
war at Falmouth, 3; letters
of, 241, 445; commission of,
344; reenf orcing, 442, 444,445;
petition of, 479; desired his
expenses paid, 480; to be paid,
481; mentioned, 6, 7, 55, 139,
140, 242, 402, 442, 444, 446, 466,
471, 473, 477, .505, .506, .507.

Capt. Jethro, 507, 508, 509.
Churchwell, John, 104.
Clark,

John, 1,53, 154, 159.

Jonathan, 99.

Thomas, deposition of, 23.

Capt. William, 366.
Clarke,

Freeman, 282.

Lieut. Thadeus, 4.
Clarkson, M., letter of, 275.
Clay, Rulord, 488.
Clermont, Sieur Chev. de, 225.
Clifford, Richd, 488.

Clois, , 7.

Clothes, soldiers in need of, 114.
Clothing needed, 11.
Cloyce, Nathaniel, 295.
Cloyes,

John, 275.

Nathaniel, 275.
Cochechoe ) 19, 58, 71, 103, 115,
Cocheco ( 248, 257, 269, 289, 334.
Cochechoe River, .335.
Cocheechlan, 1.
Cock,

Abraham, petition of, 466 ;
pension granted to, 467.

Philip, 376.
Codfish, 196.
Cole,

Thomas, killed, 438.

Mrs. Thomas, killed, 438.
Collins,

Abraham, 130, 131, 178, 179.

Benjamin, 131.

Nathaniel, petition [of, 509; al-
lowance to, 511.

Samuel, 523.
Colombes, Sieur de, 225.
Colonial Congress to meet at New

York, 52.
Commission

to Alden, Capt. John, 327.



INDEX.



537



Commission, continued.

to Cliurch, Benjamin, 344, 345.
of the Commissary General, 78.
to Danforth, Thomas, 232.
to FlefJSi Limit. Gershom, 88.
to Pliipps, Sir William, 74.
to Pike, Maj. Robert, 118.
to Stoughton, William, 75.
to SuR-ars, Gregory, 79.
to Willard, Capt. Simon, 11.
to Wiswall, Noali, 88.
Commissioners, meeting of, at

New York, 52, 93, 98.
Commissions, form of, 71.
Comi)laint against three soldiers,
72.
of Floyd, Capt. John, 141.
against Jordan, Lieut. John, 38,
39, 40, 41, 42, 43.
Concord, 109.
Condon, Capt. 134.
Connecticut, asked to assist in de-
fending the Province, 435; con-
tributed little toward the war,
449; enriched by the war, 473,
mentioned, 63, 65, 69, 77, 93,
94, 90, 111, 122, 242, 300, 408,
479, 480.
River, 122.
Connedy expedition, 305.
Constable, Henry Herrick, 523.
Contributions for war expenses to
be taken in the Colonies, 300,
309.
recommended for redemption of
captives, 323.
Convers, Capt. James, letter of,
157, desired at Wells, 319; to ne-
gotiate affairs with Indians, 321,
324; desired that Ebenezer Hills
be commissioned ensign, 327;
his expenses in traveling, 328;
instructions to, 175, 373; peti-
tions of, 432, 433, 468,'.504; sent
to Pemaquid, 468; sent to re-
deem captives, 505, 506; desires
remuneration, 505; furnished sur-
geon, 506; built fort, 506; hard of
hearing, 506; allowance to, 507;
mentioned. 140, 153, 160, 163,
171, 186, 187, 234, 240, 273, 343,
344, 408, 469, 524, 525, 526, 528.
Cooke, Elisha, letter to, from
Isaac Addington, 85; mentioned,
16, 172, 183.
Cooms, John, 158.
Cooper & Jackson, letter to, 473.
Corbeu Sound, 347.
Corlard, 224.

Corn needed, 9, 10; promised to
Indians, 306; mentioned, 50.



Cornwall County, 32, 33, 236, 252.

Corsaires, 205.

Corwin, Jonathan, instructions
for, 86; commission to, 87; re-
port of, 92; mentioned, 99.

Cotton, Jno., 299.

Court, Superior, desired by York
County, 395.

Courtemanche, Sieur de, 140, 221.

Craties. Mrs., 425.

Craven, Lord, 135.

Creek, Cornelius, 295.

Crenier, Sieur, 220.

Cresaty, M. de, 211.

Croad, John, 426.

Crofts, England, 519, 520.

Cuck, Ed., 104.

Curlings, Richard, testimony of,
44-46.

Curtice, Joseph, 91.

Cut of Canco, 25.

Cutis, Joseph, 54.

Cutler,
Dr., 510.
John, 478, 526.

Cutt, Richard, 429.

Cuttler, Capt.. 55.



D



Damarisootta Rivek, 121.
Danforth, Thomas, commission to,

2.32; mentioned, 16, 105, 233.
Dartmouth, 121, 507.
Davadge, William, 282.
Daves, Lieut. Ambrose, 4.
Davies, John, 382.
Davis,

Mr., 387, 388.

Maj. Sylvanus, declaration of,
142; petition of, 174, 178;
mentioned, 3, 6, 8, 9, 11, 95,
101, 122, 169, 331.
Dean, Samuel, 411.
Death of Gov. Sloughter, 275, 285.
Debenture bill to be printed, 24.
Debentures of soldiers examined,

24; to be given to soldiers, 477;

bought, 506; discounted, 509.
Declaration of Davis, Sylvanus,

142.
Decrv, John, 516.
Deer'field, 513.
Deering, Henry, 79.
De la Forest, Sieur, 193.
Denbow, Peter, 517.
Denison,

Mary, 131, 178.

William, testimony of, 178; men-
tioned, 131.



538



DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Dennes, James, 34.
Dennis,

John, 241.

Laurence, desired pay for his

cattle, 241, 242; to be paid, 242.
Denonville,

Marquis de, 192, 194, 195, 196,
213, 215.

Mary de, 196.
Deposition

of Allen, Lieut. John, 277.

of Clark, Thomas, 23.

of Emerson, Joseph, 20, 22.

i.f Gent, Thomas, 36.

of Jackson, Benjamin, 402.

of King, Capt. Daniel, 278.

of March, Capt. John, 277, 400.

of Miller, Isaac, 22.

of Millford, Thomas, 387.

of Mitchell, Robert, 383.

of Moody, Caleb, 28.

of Plimpton, Peter, 22.

of Ray, Caleb, 37, 38.

of Scott, Robert, 36, 38.

of Sherborn, Capt. Samuel, 277.

of Taylor, Edward, 35, 38.

of VVhiticker, Jacob, 20, 22.

of Winslow, Lieut. Samuel, 279.
Davenport, Mr., 368.
Dew ) Capt., 277, 278, 279, 283,
Due i290.
Dewando, 166.
Dicurows, Richard, 488.
Dier, Henry, 281.
Dimond,

Andrew, order of, 358; men-
tioned, 356, 357, 359, 369.

Thomas, 313, 350, 365, 369.
Dines, William, 34.
Dockawondo, 255.
Dodey, Moses, 421.
Dole, Dr., 250.
Doleberry, Capt., 132.
Dolle, James, 282.
Dolton, John, 34.
Donell,

Samuel, petition of, 529; petition
answered, 531.

Thomas, 502.
Dony,

Old, 235.

Robert, 235.
Dorchester, 160.

Dover, 58, 103, 125, 282.
Dow, Henry, letter of, 296.
Downing, Joshua, 484.
Downs, Thomas, letter of, 248.
Dowys, the, 144.
Drew, Richard, 158.
Driver,

Robert, 14, 15.



Driver, continued.

Sarah, 14, 15.

Solomon, 15.
Drunkenness prohibited, 82.
Dudley,

Col., 235, 236.

Timothy, 158.
Due, see Dew.
Dumraer,

Jeremiah, 323.

Rev. Shubael, letter of, 258;
killed, 310, 314, 318, .320; men-
tioned, 259.

Mrs. Shubael, taken prisoner,
310, 314; died, 327.

Lieut. Gov. William, 342.
Dunstable, 125, 408, 513.
Durantaye, 218.
Dutchmen, 96.
Dymock, Capt. Thomas, 512.



E



East Hampshire, 126.
Eastham, 479.
Eastwick,

Mr., 263.

Pheasant, 386, 389.
Eaton, , 160.

Gov. John, letter of, 304.
Edgareemat ) ... .. , ^04 096
Edgeremit ) ^^■^' ^'''^' -"^^' '^-^•
Eels, 202.
Egerly,

Elizabeth, 516.

Joseph, 517.

Susanna. 516.
Elizabeth, Queen, 461.

Ellacott, , 34.

Ellen, Nat, 104.

EUenwood, John, petition of, 522;

certificates concerning, 523; al-
lowance to, 523.
Embargo, 377.
Emerson,

John, grant to, 49.

Joseph, deposition of, 20, 22.
Emery,

James, 423, 425, 484, 490, 492,
499.

Samuel, 520.
Ernes, Capt., 439.
Emmerson,

Judali, 517.

Mary, 517.
Encouragement to men, etc., to
join the expedition against the
French, 46, 62, 64.

to prosecute the war of 1696,
436.



INDEX.



539



England, 50, 68, 119, 123, 159, 184,
199, 209, 238, 308, 321, 345, 353,
372, 380, 452, 453, 456, 400, 401,
468, 474, 497, 519, 520.

English, the, 150, 151, 306, 317,
322, 329, 335, 340, 373, 374, 376,
407, 411, 422, 457, 458, 480, 506.

Enhault, 218, 219.

Epps,

Justice, 29.
Daniel, 46, 52.

Essex,

attacked, 133.
County, 89, 177, 522.
Regiment, 98, 105, 135, 136.

Estahrooke, Thomas, 525.

Europe, 306, 322, 355.

Everque, Sieur, 195.

Everett, Capt. John, letter of, 417;
desired pay for his soldiers, 417;
ordered to Piscataqua, 418 ; men-
tioned, 412.

Examination of French captives,
55, 56.

Exeter attacked by Indians, 132,
133; mentioned, 125, 244, 246,
249, 251, 281, 282, 289, 336.

Extract from the Paris Gazette
touching Phipps expedition to
New England, 190.



F



Faber, John, 313, 369, 372.

Fabins, John, 360.

Fairfax, Capt. Robert, order to,
347; not ordered to return, 348.

Falmouth, captured, 145: men-
tioned, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 46, 55,
91, 95, 122, 1.33, 135, 142, 145,
146.

Famine in York, 314.

Farbanks, Mary, 516.

Farthinige, John, 281.

Fernald, William, 429, 484.

Fevers, 157.

Fight between Gov. Phipps and
Capt. Short, 400.

Fisheries, 450.

Fiske, Lieut. Thomas, 443.

Five Nations, the, 577.

Flegg, Lieut. Gershom, commis-
sion to, 88."

Flint, Capt. Thomas, 443.

Flood I Capt. John, instructions

Floyd i for, 113; taken prisoner,
122; in command at Portsmouth
and East Hampshire, 126; de-
serter to be returned to, 140;
complaint of, 141 ; goes to York,



Fl^*'' r ( ^'^P*- John, continued.
310,' 314, letter of, 314; men-
tioned, 133, 317, 320, 336, 362,
367, 381, 382.

Follet, Mr., 390.

Follett, Capt. Nicholas, 374.

Footman, Thomas, 381, 382, 383.

Fort

Ann, 121, 331.
Chambly, 211.
Loyal, 4, 6, 11.
Mary, 410, 423, 431, 447, 460.
Royal, 30, 40.

William Henry, 276, 400, 469.
at Cape Neddick, 432.
at Casco, 1.34, 1.55, 174, 340.
at Falmouth, 55.
at Great Island, 383, 390.
at Hampshire, 383, 390.
at Narrockcouiegog, 517.
at Pejepscot, 281.
at Pemaquid, 1, 22, 37, 40, 353,
400, 415, 446, 448, 452, 455, 464,
466, 469, 470, 493, 494.
at Saco, 411, 440, 441, 442, 445,

447, 466, 506.
at St. Johns, 129, 454.
at Salmon Falls, 51, 57, 58.
at Shabocter, 128, 129.
at Star Island, 361.
de Nelson, 194.

Forts built by Andross were use-
less, 120, 121.

Foster,

John, 31, 124.
Capt. John, 400.

Foxwell, Philip, 91.

France, 123, 130, 151, 152, 208, 210,
212, 217, 322, 345, 372, 452, 460,
473, 474, 497, 514, 515.

Franquelain, Sieur, 210.

Frarey, Capt. Theophilus, 177.

French, the, 1, 16, 34, 46, 50, 51, 52,
55, 56, 58, 59, 60, 62, 64, 66, 69,
74, 75, 84, 85, 90, 93, 97, 98, 102,
106, 114, 119, 121, 128, 129, 130,
132, 133, 1.34, 142, 145, 146, 147,
148, 149, 150, 151, 159, 163, 165,
172, 173, 174, 177, 183, 184, 180,
188, 190, 196, 221, 230, 236, 238,
305, 306, 312, 314, 317, 322, 325,
327, 329, 338, 339, 340, 342, 345,
350, 351, 353, 372, 373, 374, 377,
379, 380, 381, 394, 405, 409, 412,
422, 435, 436, 446, 447, 448, 449,
4.50, 452, 4.56, 457, 471, 475, 476,
486, 489, 495, 505, 512, 514, 515.

Frier, see Fryer.

Frigates needed in the province,
450, 476.



540



DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Frontenac, Louis de Buade, Count
de, Gov. of Canada, 56, 146, 16S,
190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196,
201, 209, 210, 212, 214, 215, 421.
Frontier,
towns to be strengthened, 61.
garrisons in need of help, 115.
towns exposed by Andross, 120.
towns defended, 122.
Frontiers, proposals referring to

the defense ot the, 513.
Frost,

Maj. Charles, letters of, 70, 101,
265, 270, 343, 411, 420, 429, 430,
431, 438, 440, to supply Chubb
and Brackett, 409; petition of,
434; mentioned, 18, 71, 86,
91, 92, 99, 102, 103, 104, 105,
112, 114, 134, 160, 233, 263, 266,
267, 269, 286, 289, 394, 395, 427,
443, 520, 521.
Nich., 517.
Simon, 521.
Fryer, Capt. Nathaniel, letter of,
310; mentioned, 104, 105, 277,
278, 279, 341.
Furnells, William, 91.

G

Gaige, Lieut. Thomas, 443.
Gaillar, M., 210.
Gale, Mr., 132.
Gardiner, Capt, 18.
Gardner, Samuel, 177.
Garrisons,

Alcocks, 314.

Engerson's, 99.

Half Moon, 95.

Ilamonds, 429.

Heards, 71.

Hellons, 132.

Hodgdons, 73.

Holmes, 57, 58, 249, 256.

Jordans, 99.

Lawrences, 95.

Moralls, 260.

Prebles, 314.

Spencers, 57, 288.

Storer's, 105, 166, 255, 294, 320,
334, 335.

Wiggins, 249.

at Albany, 69, 77, 237.

at Berwick, 91.

at Black Point, 7, 91.

at Blue Point, 4, 91.

at Casco, 53, 91, 101, 102, 103,
122.

at Cape Neddick, 91, 255, 2.59.

at Cochecha, 19, 71, 103, 115, 248,
249, 257.



Garrisons, continued.

at Exeter, 249.

at Falmouth, 7, 12, 145.

at Kennebec, 337.

at Kittery, 91, 411, 483, .513.

at Newichwannock, 249, 256, 289.

at Oyster Kiver, 103, 115, 257.

at Pejepscot, 337.

at Pemaquid, 33, 180, 181, 252,
353, 486, 487, 488, 489.

at Port Royal, 111.

at Portsmouth, 249.

at Quenibonke, 331.

atSaco, 4, 7, 12, 71, 91.

at Sagadahoc, 122.

at Salmon Falls, 19, 49, 71.

at Scarborough, 12.

atSpurwink, 4, 91, 102.

at Wells, 91, 110, 122, 156. 164,
176, 240, 253, 316, 398, 513.

at Winter Harbor, 91.

at Winter Harbor Neck, 91.

at York, 91, 318, 320, 335, 513,
529.

in York County, 484, 485.

built by Andi'oss were useless,
120, 121; not supplied by An-
di'oss' troops, 123.

mentioned, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 10, 13,
32, 33, 64, 87, 95, 2.52, 255, 257,
260, 264, 289, 291, 292, 293, 298.
Gastineau, M. le., 221.
Gatts, Steuen, 54.
Gayle, Edmon, 376.
Gedney, see Gidney.
Gemeraye, Sieur de la, 218, 219.
General Court,

useless to call a, 308.

not held at Hartford, 309.
Gent, Thomas, deposition of, 36;

mentioned, 38, 41, 42, 43, 44.
Geree, Nathaniel, 158.
Gerrish,

Mr. (surgeon), 510.

Capt. John, letter of, 248; men-
tioned, 115, 248, 249.
Gerrish's mill, Capt., 334.
Gibes, Matthew sr., .54.
Gidney, Col. Bartholomew, ap-
pointed commander-in-chief, 52;

Tetters of, 108, 109, 116, 154, 425,

441, 405; list of captains with

him, 443; to reenforce Church,

445; to be supplied with pro-
visions, 446; mentioned, 31, 173,

233, 440, 445.
Gilbert, Capt. Tliomas, 80, 132, 305
Giles, Thomas, 34.
Gill, Saml., 517.
Glasser, Mary, 516.
Glesin, Joseph, 54.



INDEX.



541



Gloucester, 341.

Goife,
Capt. Christopher, letter of, 290;
to cruise betwixt the capes,
290; orders to, 290, 291; men-
tioned, 284, 289.
John, 100.

Gonisen, Elihu, 429.

Gooch, James, 34.3.

Gooden, , .58.

Gooding ! I^*-«»' 484, 492, 499.

Thomas, 492, 499.
Goodl, Capt, 503.
Goughe, Mr., 412.
Gould,

Edward, 36.5.

Richard, 369.
Gowen, Nicolas, 490.
Grand Bank, 205.
Grant,

Peter, 499.

to Emerson, John, 49.
Graves,

Joseph, testimony of, 34.

Mary, testimony of, 34.

Samuel, 54.
Grayham, Ja., 29.
Great Island, desired assistance,

245; mentioned, TO, 116, 140, 277,

278, 279, 280, 289, 310, 326, 384,

387, 389, 390, 441.
Great Perchance, 130.
Green Bush, 96.

Marshall, 14.

Capt. Nathaniel, 50.
Greenland, 264.

Greenleaf, Capt. Stephen, instruc-
tions for, 112; letter of, 2.39;

mentioned, 117, 136, 137, 258,

260, 261, 328.
Gregoram, Maj., 97.
Grievances of Indians, 306.
Griffin, Capt. Thomas, letter of,

287; mentioned, 283, 287, 290.
Gross, John, 23.
Groton, 90, 125, 408, 468, 469, 513,

517.
GrufEort, Mr., 100.
Guay, Chateau, 199, 201.
GuUington, William, 488.
Gullison, Elihu, 4.
Gunnison, Elihu, 484.
Gutch, Jon., 466.



H



Hadley, 513.
Hadlock, John, 160.
Haies, William, 282.



Hakins, 139.

Hall,
Capt. Nathan, 4, 5.
Nathaniel, petition of, 415; pen-
sion of, 416.

Hammond,
John, petition of, 330.
John jr., 330.

Capt. Jonathan, 58, 102. 104, 240,
275, 295, 317, 394, 395, 513, 520.
Capt. Joseph, petition in behalf
of John Leighton, 409; men-
tioned, 91, 347.

Hammond's garrison attacked,
429.

Hastings, George, 140.

Hatch, Capt. Nathaniel, instruc-
tions to, 323, 378; letter of, 374;
ordei'ed to cruise on the coast,
378; mentioned, 349, 380, 400.

Hatfield, 513.

Hathorne, see Hawthorne.

Haverhill, 1, 125, 249,250, 261, 264,
336, 408, 481, 513, 516, 517.

Hawkins, John, 162, 165, 166, 234,
282.

Hawthorne, Lt. Col. John, in-
structions for, 86; commission to,
87 ; report of, 92 ; mentioned, 99,
387, 454, 473.

Haynes,

John sr., 54.
Josiah sr., 54.

Heard, Capt., 115.

Heard's Garrison, 71.

Hector, 411.

Heden, Roger, 488.

Hegan, Samson, 235.

Hellon, Capt., 132.

Herdin, John, 488.

Hertel, Sieur de, 219, 221, 222,
224.

Hicks, Serj. Richard, 95.

Hierons, Les, 198.

Higen, Ned, 166.

Higgaman, Jane, 517.

Higginson,
Maj., 425.
Capt. John, 177.
John jr., 173.

Higuers, the; 144.

Hill,
Capt, 431, 443.

John, letters of, 273, 410, 423,
466; desired furlough, 466; men-
tioned, 4, 275, 294, 303, 317.

Hills,

Mrs. Capt. ,442.

Ebenezer, James Convers de-
sired that he be commissioned
ensign, 327.



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DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Hinchman, Maj. T., in command

on the Merrimac River, 122;

letter of, 376, 377; mentioned,

264.
Hinckley, Thomas, letter of, 307;

mentioned, 16
Hincks, Mr., 387, 388, 389.
Hindrick, Joseph, 296.
Hinkes, John, 17.
Hinksman, Peter, 296.
Hirst, William, 173,
Hobert, John, 104.
Hodgdon,

Abigail, 73.

Benony, 73, 91, 499.
Hodges, Richard, 38, 39.
Hog Island, 357, 360, 361.
Hampshire,

Province of, see New Hampshire.

Regiment, 98.
Hampton, 260, 261, 281, 296, 297,

298.
Hamvpell, Capt., 431.
Hancock, John, 429.
Hanson, Timothy, 248.
Hardin, Dr., 14.
Hartford, 96, 309.
Harvey, Capt. Thomas, 247.
Hascoll, Roger, 523.
Hasten, Thomas, 296.
Hollanders, 196, 208.
Holmes, Thomas, 57, 58, 92.
Holoway, Capt. Jacob, 276.
Homes, see Holmes.
Honniwell, see Hunnewell.
Honnyvrell, Richard, petition of,

477, 479.
Hooke, Capt. Fi-ancis, letters of,

244, 256, 276, 288, 310, 317, 320,

343, 346; mentioned, 71, 104, 255,

259, 286, 384, 385, 386, 389, 390,

391,'394, 395, 397, 434, 504.
Hope Hood, 57, 58, 144.
Hopkins, Ri., 180, 181.
Hosta, Sieur d', 218, 225.
Houlding,

John, 517.

Steven, 517.

Steven, jr., 517.
Hourglass v?anted, 9.
Hudson,

Bay, 194, 203.

River, 184.
Huet, ,104.

Serj. Joseph, 95.
Hunnewell, Capt. Jno., 91, 427, 431.
Hunniwell, Lieut. Richard, 4, 255,

282.
Hutchings,

Benja., 517.

Jona, 517.



Hutchinson, , 160.

Eliakim, 520.

Col. Elisha, instructions to, 160,
162, 324; letters of, 334, 338,
340; to inquire into demands
of soldiers, 496; report of, 497;
mentioned, 59, 105, 327, 328,
333, 336, 337, 352, 362, 367.



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