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Saml.,516.



Iberville, Sieuk d', 194, 204.
Illegal payments, 469, 470.
Illinois, 193.
Impressment,
of men for the expedition to

Nova Scotia, 62.
of provisions, 124.
Indians, 1, 2, 12, 15, 16, 32, 33, 34,
36, 49, 50, 51, 52, 55, 56, 58,
60, 64, 66, 67, 68, 74, 75, 77,
81, 85, 90, 93, 98, 102, 106, 114,
120, 122, 123, 128, 132, 133,
134, 139, 142, 143, 145, 147, 148,
149, 150, 151, 152, 1.59, 162,
163, 165, 166, 168, 170, 172,
175, 176, 177, 183, 184, 186,
189, 196, 209, 221, 223, 224,
227, 230, 231, 233, 234, 236,
238, 239, 243, 251, 252, 253,
258, 2.59, 262, 266, 271, 278,
280, 281, 285, 288, 296, 301,
303, 306, 310, 312, 314, 315,
316, 317, 320, 321, 324, 325,
326, 327, 329, 334, 335, 338,
339, 340, 343, 344, 345, 350,
351, 356, 372, 374, 376, 377,
381, 394, 403, 405, 407, 409,
410, 411, 413, 417, 420, 423,
429, 430, 435, 436, 438, 439,
440, 446, 448, 452, 456, 463,
465, 468, 471, 472, 475, 486,
494, 495, 505, 510, 512, 515,
516, 517, 522, 526.
Friendly, 89, 96, 135, 136, 137,
138, 140, 147, 148, 236, 282, 303,
480, 507, 508, 509, 514.
IngersoU,

Lieut. George, 4.
Jno., 95.
Instructions
for Alden, Capt. John, 5, 162,

373.
for Captains Alden and Convers,

321.
for Carey, Matthew, 421.
for commissioners to meet at

Wells, 231.
for Convers, Capt. James, 175,
373.



INDEX.



543



Instructions, continued.

for Floyd, Capt. John, 113.

for Greenleaf, Capt. Steplien,
112.

for Hatchc, Capt. Nathaniel, 323.

for Hutchinson, Maj. Elisha, 324.

for Johnson, Capt. William, 83.

for Phipps, Sir William, 80, 81.

for Tike, Maj. Robert, 117, 160.

for Southack, Capt. Cyprian,
339, 379.

for Stoughton and Sewall, 76.

for Willard, Capt. Simon, 12.

for Willey, Capt. Edward, 3ol.

for Wiswall, Capt. Noah, 89.

for Wood, James, 110.
Ipswich, 117, 131, 281, 282, 297,

357, 358, 359, 442, 465, 495.
Ireland, 345, 372, 474, 497.
Irish, .34.

Iroquois, the, 192, 193, 194, 195,
198, 204, 206, 207, 208, 209,
213, 217, 218, 225, 228, 229.

La Mission d', 198.
Isle,

de Manat, 208.

de Montreal, 192, 218, 224,

of Orleans, 151, 152.

of Shoals, petition of inhabitants
of, 312; soldiers needed at,
313, 350; attack feared, 350;
soldiers sent to, 351; soldiers
at, 356, 358, 360; Willy's ac-
count of people and condition
at, 358, 368; naturally well
fortified, 361 ; address of some
of the people of, to the gov-
ernor and council, 362; a por-
tion of the inhabitants re-
fuse to sustain expenses, 363,
371 ; principal inhabitants of,
369, letter to inhabitants of
369, 371; mentioned, 140, 283,
290, 333,340, 341, 357, 372,375,
390, 425.

Percy, 151.
Ivc, John, 352.



Jackson,

Dr., 521.

Benjamin, deposition of, 402;
mentioned, 348, 349, 464.

Robt, 488.
Jacob, John, petition of, 17.
James,

II., the French fighting for him,
146,147; mentioned, 191,305.

Lieut. Benj., 443.

Owel, 488.



Jent, see Gent.

Jer.seys, the, 77.

Jesuits, the, 149, 1.50, 198, 210, 4.55.

Jewell, Capt. Nathaniel, 323.

Jewell's Island, 280, 282.

Jewet,

Nath., 126, 135, 1.36, 137.

Nchcmiah, 399,401, 402.
Job (Indian),. 507, 508, 509.
John's River, 301.
Jolmson,

Capt., 96.

Francis, 34.

Capt. William, instructions to,
83; mentioned, 35, 83.
Jones,

Lawrence, 34.

William, 488.
Jordan, Lieut. John, complaint

against, .38, 39, 40, 41, 42,43, tes-
timony in his defense, 44, 46;

mentioned, .35, 37, 39, 40, 41, 42,

43, 44, 91.
Jourdan, see Jordan.
Judge of Admiralty needed, 454.
Juell's Island, see Jewell's Island.
Jweles, Lieut., 107.



K



Kacheta, 2, 3.

Katter, Mary, 517.

Keane, David, 281.

Kelly, Roger, 313, 350, 360, 365,

369, 372.
Kennebec, 126, 234, 414.

Country, 326.

Garrison at, 337.

Indians, 187.

River, 21, .36, 165,221, 241.
Kennebunk, 91, 122.
Kenowonit, 234, 235.
Keskebee, 221.
Ketch belonging to Arnall and

Knott impressed, 332, 333; of

Capt. Thomas Parker impressed,

332, 368.
Kidd, Capt., 242, 278.
Kindel, John, 526.
King, Capt. Daniel, instructions

to, 261, 270, 291; letters of, 264,

268, 282; deposition of, 278;

mentioned, 263, 264, 265, 267,

270, 277, 278, 281, 286, 288, 292,

293.
Kinsley, John, petition of, 130;

mentioned, 178, 179.
Kitchen, Robert, 173.
Kittery, petitions of, 397, 490; begs
to be relieved from taxation,
398; tax abated, 401; desires



544



DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Kittery, continued.

taxes rebated, 424, 427, 482;
mentioned, 58, 70, 91, 92, 125.
244, 256, 276, 282, 288, 317, 344^
346, 383, 384, 385, 386, 389, 390,
391, 392, 409, 411, 420, 423,
424, 429, 431, 440, 441, 484,
490, 491, 513, 517.
roint, 320.

Knight, Capt. John, 443.

Knott, Capt. Andrew, 332, 368.



La Roy, P., 94.

Labenaquy, 198.

Labrador, 203.

Labry, 218.

Ladd, Ensign, 282.

Lade, Daniel, 516.

Lagroue j Peter, petition of, 527 ;

Legroove j allowance to, 527;

mentioned, 494, 495, 527.
I>aguy, M. de, 204.
Lake,

Champlain, 207, 224.

Erie, 194, 195.

St. Pierre, 225.

Superior, 204.

de Thomascanung, 196.
Lakeman, Wm., 313, 365, 369.
Lambei't,

John, 141.

Jonathan, 421.
Lancaster, 125, 408, 513, 516, 517.
Larrison, Thomas, 281.
Lassalle, Sieur de, 193, 203.
Lawrence, Robert, 4, 95, 488.
Lead captured at York, 314.
Lcgendra, Augustine, 518.

Lpirfr

John, 1.

Capt. Samuel, 50-
Leighton,

John, petition of, 409.

Robert, 282.
Lcisler, Gov. Jacob, letters from

Bradstreet, 65, 67, 110; men-
tioned, 63, 68, 94, 96, 97.
Letters of,

Addington, Isaac, 85, 464.

Alcock, Capt. Job, 319.

Alden, John, and others, 295.

AUyn, John, .309.

Andrews, Ellsha, 1.56.

Baker, John, .524, 526.

Banton, William, 134.

Bigot, Vincent, 455, 463.

Brackett, Anthony, 426, 427.

Bradstreet, lluniplirey. 310.
Gov. Simon, 65, 67,' 183, 271,
285, 291.



Letters of, continued.

Buckley, Richard, 263, 299.

Bull, Henry, 80.

Burroughs,. Rev. George and

others, 294, 316.
Chubb, Capt. Pasco, 412, 426.
Church, Maj. Benjamin, 241,445.
Clarkson, M., 275.
Convers, Capt. James, 157.
Dennis, Laurence, 242.
Dow, Henry, 296.
Downs, Thomas, 248.
Dummer, Rev. Shubael, 258.
Eaton, Gov. John, 304.
Everett, Capt. John, 417.
Floyd, Capt. John, 314.
Frost, Maj. Charles, 70, 101, 104,

105,343, 411, 420, 429, 431, 438,

440.
Fryer, Capt. Nathaniel, 310.
Gerrish, Capt. John, 248.
Gidney, Col. Bartholomew, 154,

425, 441, 444, 465.
Goofe, Capt. Christopher, 290.
Governor and Council, 96, 251,

267, 270, 283.
Greenleaf, Capt. Stephen, 239.
Griffin, Thomas, 287.
Hatch, Nathaniel, 374.
Hill, John, 273, 319, 410, 423,

447, 466.
Hinchman, Maj. F., 376.
Hinckley, Thomas, 307, 308.
Hooke, Capt. Francis, 244, 256,

276, 288, 310, 317, 320, 343, 346.
Hutchinson, Elisha, 334, 336, 338,

340.
Littlefield, Francis, 274.
March, Capt. John, 293.
Martyn, Richard, 243, 249, 292.
Noyes, Capt. Thomas, 257.
Pike, John, 419.
Pike, Maj. Robert, 100, 108, 138,

139, 140, 246, 250, 2.54, 258,

260.
Pound, Thomas, 134.
Redford, William, 438.
Saltonstall, Maj. Nathaniel, 247.
Sergent, Edward, 101.
Sloughter, Gov. Henry, 328.
Smith, Nicolas, 114.
Southack, Capt. Cyprian, 127.
Stoughton, Lieut. Gov. William,

409, 412, 418, 430. 439, 445, 473.-
Sunderland, Nathaniel, 406.
Usher, Mr., 131.
Vaughan, Maj. William, 99, 115,

155, 243, 248, 249, 257, 259, 265,

270, 288, 292, 298, 303, 320, 327,

342.
Weems, Lieut. James, 521.



INDEX.



545



Letters of, continued.

Welch, Jolin, 403.

Wheelwrio-ht, Samuel, 103, 240.

Wincom, Capt. Daniel, 239.

to agents of the Massachusetts
Colony in England, 1G7.

Leisler, Gov. Jacob, 110.

Nicholson, Gov., 187.

Phipps, Sir William, 106.

Plymouth, R. 1., and Connecti-
cut, 300.

Privy Council, 451.

Sloughter, Gov. Henry, 185.

Wainwriglit, Mr., 355.

Willy, Capt. Edward, 355, 358,
367, 369, 371.
Leverett, John, 524, 531.
License to keep an inn desired by

Makarty, 367.
Lilly, George, 282.
Lincoln County, England, 519.
Lindall, Timothy, 173.
List of men under Lieut. James

Weems, 488.

Litherby, , 425.

Littlefield,

Mrs., 510.

Francis, letter of, 274; men-
tioned, 91, 317.

John, 91, 187, 275, 294, 317, 343.

Josiah, 438. ,

Mrs. Josiah, 438.

Moses, 519.

Samuel, 91.

Widow, 91.
Little River, 101.
Livingston, Robert, 63, 67, 68.
Locker, Capt., 23.
Lockhart, Capt., 20, 21, 23, 122.
Loftos, Matthew, 141.
London, 111, 112, 129, 186, 188,

473.
Long Island, 375.
Lord,

Francis, 34.

John, 115.

Xathan, 499.
Louvigny, Sieur de, 218, 219, 225.
Love, Mr., 51, 58.
Loyde, Edward, 519.
Luffkins, Jacob, petition of, 495,

496; allowance to, 497.
Lyford, Francis, 140.
Lvnde, Joseph, 47, 51, 160, 173,

175, 177, 242.
Lynn, 14, 109,511.

M

McGkegory, Col., 121.
McKellum's wharf, 400.

Doc. Vol. v. 35



Machew, Timothy, 281.

Madakwando, xee Madockawando.
Madelaine, 198.
Madockawando, 145, 146, 326.
Maine, Province of, soldiers to be

drawn from, 19; petition to the

king, 1689, 32; garrisons, sol-
diers, etc., in 169U, 91; men-
tioned, 3, 6, 9, 11, 46, 69, 72, 85,

86,93, 102, 10.3,110, 116, 117,118,

134, 142, 165, 173, 233, 238, 281,

291, 301, 302, 383, 391, 480.
Makarty, Charles, petition of, 366.
Maiden, Thomas, 158.
Mallago Island, 361.
Malt, 50.

Manath, 212, 213, 214, 217.
Manatte, 204, 206, 207, 208, 212,

215, 217.
Manning,

Capt., 21, 36, 37, 45.

Lieut. Jacob, 444.

Nicholas, 34.
Manquas, 64, 69, 77, 132, 149, 150,

151, 152, 230, 236, 2-53, 28-5.
Mappelston, Thomas, 488.
Marblehead, 1, 358, 425.
March,

Mr., 412.

Lieut. James, 443.

Capt. John, instructions to, 261 ;
letters of, 264, 268, 282, 293;
letters to, 270; orders to, 291;
deposition of, 400, 401; pay of,
505; mentioned, 263, 264, 265,
267, 268, 270, 278, 279, 282, 286,
288, 292, 293, 297, 303, 442, 443,
444, 466, 494.
Mares Point, 380.
Marks of,

Ambrose, Richard, 313, 365.

Brown, John, 41, 44.

Cock, Abraham, 467.

Dony, Old, 235.

Dony, Rob, 235.

Ellenwood, John, 523.

Hegan, Samson, 235.

Hodgdon, Abigail, 73.

Honneywell, Richard, 478.

Kenowonit, 235.

Lakeman, William, 313, 365.

Miller, Isaac, 23.

Mills, Henry, 41, 44.

Monunkte, 235.

Paine, John, 34.

Parlor, Thomas, 523.

Ryall, John, 34.

Sabadis, 235.



546



DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Marks of, continued.

Scott, Robert, 36, 41.

Taylor, Isaac, 41, 44.

Thompson, Bartholomew, 73.

Thompson, John, 73.

Tontomegon, 2.35.

Tower, John, 41.

Wesombonet, 235.

Wilcot, William, 36, 41, 42, 44.
Marlborough, 125, 408.
Marston,

Benjamin, 173.

Manasseh, 173.
Martin's Vineyard, 509.
Marty n, Richard, letters of, 51, 57,

59, 243, 249, 292; mentioned, 71,

102, 103, 104, 105, 286.
Mary, Queen, 76, 78, 82, 118, 146,

162, 179, 233, 235, 278, 345, 349,

372.
Maryland, 52, 94, 236.
Mason,

Jonr., 91.

Joseph, 488.

Richard, 92.
Massachusetts, 11, 12, 16, 41, 43,

53, 55, 75, 76, 78, 79, 80, 84, 87,

93, 94, 107, 110, 117, 120, 122, 130,

162, 181, 182, 234, 237, 262, 268,

269, 276, 278, 288, 310, 312, 323,

325, 331, 332, 333, 344, 348, 855,

362, 365, 366, 372, 375, 382, 386,

390, 393, 395, 402, 409, 413, 414,

430, 432, 434, 438, 441, 447, 466,

468, 469, 471, 474, 477, 479, 482,

485, 490, 493, 495, 496, 498, 504,

507, 509, 514, 518, 522, 527, 528,

530.
Masterson, Abial, 517.
Masts, 394, 399, 449.
Mather, liev. Increase, 172, 182.
Mathers, Mr., 302.
Matthews, Daniel, 158.
Maugras, Sieur, 221.
Mayhew, Mr., 375.
Medero, 411.
Medicines, wanted in the army,

311; a list of, 311.
Mellose, Capt., 132.
Mellows, Capt., 132.
Menneval, Sieur de, 221, 226, 227.
Merrimac River, 56, 89, 122, 262,

325, 441.
Merryland, 518, 519.
Mexico, 203.
Middlecott, Richard, 50.
Middlesex,

County, 89, 177, 468, 505.

Regiment, 98, 105, 135, 136.
Milborne, Jacob, 96, 97.
Milbury, Henry, 397, 500, 504.



Mill,

at Falmouth, 10.

Capt. Gerishe's, 334.
Milbery, Dorathy, 517.
Miller,

Isaac, testimony of, 22, 23.

James, petition of, 49.
Millford, Thomas, 385, 387, 389.
Mills

at Newichwannock, 243.

Henry, 41, 42, 43, 44.
Milton, order to constable of, 179;

mentioned, 130.
Miner, Capt., 20.
Missilimakinac, 218, 219.

Forts de, 194.
Mitchell, Capt. Robert, deposi-
tion of, 383, 389; mentioned, 386,

387, 390. 391.
Mohawks, 173.

Sb leap... 404, 405.

Molton, Jonathan, 296

Molue (codfish), 196

Mon Royall, 376

Money cannot be raised by tax in

Rhode Island, 305.
Montague, M., 223, 224.
Montreal, 97, 190, 192, 193, 198,

199, 200, 207, 218, 219, 224, 225,
. 230, 376.
Moody.

Caleb, deposition of, 28-30.

Joshua, appointed chaplain, 63;
mentioned, 83.

Samuel, petitions of, 528, 529;
allowance to, 529; served in
garrison at York, 529; town of
York desires help to sustain
him, 530.
Mooer, Robert, 411.
Moore, John, 385.
Moquaito, see Macquait.
More,

Capt., 249.

Bennony, 296
Morels, Jno., 91.
Moriall. 151, 152, 153.
Morrall, Jacob, 260.
Morris, Jno., 478.
Morton, Abel, 517.
Morue (codfish), 196.
Mottc, Sieur. de la, 225
Moulton, Jeremiah, 397, 500, 504.
Mount

Desert, 453

Royal, 97
Moussom River, 410
Moxes, 245, 255, 326.
Murreday, James, 488.
Myhan, Paul, 488.



INDEX.



547



N

Nahant, 341.
Natasket, 290, 291.
Narragansett, 525.

fight, 416.
Narrockcomegog, 517.
Nashua, 513.
Naskeag, 380.
Nason, Benjamin, 492, 499.
Natombomet I ■,(,- -ico oo*
Natumbomt } 1^'^' ^^^' ^^^-
Nechawanick,seeNewichawannock
Netf, Wra., 282.
Nell, Amie, 517.
Nelson
Mr., 375.
Fort de., 194.

John, petition of, 514, desires
remuneration for his loss; the
irregular exchange of prison-
ers, 515; to be reimbursed,
516; mentioned, 26, 28, 31.
New Dartmouth, 20, 37, 38, 41,

42, 43, 44, 121.
New England, 119, 120, 123, 135,
149, 165, 173, 182, 189, 190, 191,
193, 216, 217, 236, 237, 310,322,
332, 333, 345, 348, 362, 366, 372,
382, 386, 390, 391, 393, 395, 400,
402, 409, 413, 414, 447, 466, 468,
470, 471, 474, 477, 479, 482, 486,
489, 490, 493, 498. 504, 509, 514,
518, 522, 527, 528, 5-30.
France, 37, 40, 45, 189, 190.
Hampshire, to be asked to as-
sist in defending the Province,
435; benefited, yet uncon-
cerned, 446; contributed notli-
ing toward tlie war, 449; men-
tioned, 16, 86,87, 117, 118, 165,
173, 243, 281, 291, 301, 302, SS^i,
386, 390, 391, 392, 412, 418, 420,
431, 438, 440, 446, 480, 513.
London, 365, 479.
Plymouth, see Plymouth.
Port, 307.
Town, 121, 381.

York, meeting of commissioners
at, 52, 93, 98; mentioned,
32, 37, 40, 63, 64, 67, 68, 69,
75, 76, 77, 80, S6, 94, 120, 142,
144, 146, 147, 149, 185, 192,
206, 213, 214, 217, 230, 234,
237, 278, 328, 329, 419.
York, Governor of, 307, 308.
Newbury, 28, 136, 2-58, 261, 282,

293, 302, 421.
Newcastle, 407.

Newfoundland, 127, 129, 130, 169,
170.



Newfoundland, continued.

Banks of, 4.54.
Newichawannock, Indians appear

at, 243; help called for, 243, 249;

enemy continue near, 2.56, 257;

boy captured at, 259; mentioned,

49, 269, 288, 297, 298, 334, 3-35,

.336, 424, 441, 517
News from New England, 189.
Newton, Mr., 271.

Thomas, 230, 235, 237.
Nicholas, John, ISO.
Nicholson, Gov., letter to, 187.
Nicolas, Sieur, 218.
Nilson, Sieur de, 213.
Nonunkte, 235.
Nopye, Sam., 507, 508, 509.
Norcros, Samuel, 296.
Norridgewock, 407.
North,

Thomas, 72, 73.

Yarmouth, 142, 143.
Northhampton, 513.
Norwich, 479.

Nova Scotia, answer of the coun-
cil in relation to the expedition

against, 30; mentioned, 51, 60,

62, 67, 68, 77, 78, 79, 83, 85, 129,

159, 449, 473.
Noyes,

Joseph, sr., 54.

Peter, sr., 54.

Capt. Thomas, letter of, 257;
mentioned, 117,



O



Oakes, Thomas, 172, 183.

Oats, 50.

Oborn 1 .^.

Oburne j

Odiorne, Phillip, .365, 369.

Offers to men and merchants to

assist in reducing the French

Provinces, 25, 31, 46, 62, 84, 85,

1.58.
Oliver

Nathaniel, 31, .50.

Robert, 104.
Ontawacs, 193, 196.
Orange, 206, 207, 208, 214.

Prince of, 29, 147, 191.
Order

for better strengthening the
eastern parts, 136.

relating to New Hampshire and
Maine soldiers, 173.

to several majors to collect pro-
visions for the soldiers, 304.

to hold town meeting. 497.



548



DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Order, continued.

to Dimond, Andrew, 357.

to Fairfax, Capt. Eobert, 347,
348.

to Short, Capt Richard, 347,
349.
Ordinary at Yarmouth, 416
Org, Briigan, 488.
Osgood, Christopher, 174.
Ossepe, 165.

Outawaces, les, 193, 196.
Outslan, Capt. John, 149.
Oyster River, 23. 103, 115, 289, 334,

336, 381, 383, 516, 517.



Paine

Beathia, 516.

John, 34.
Palmer

Judge, 29.

John, 4.
Papists, 305.

Paris Gazette, extracts from, 190.
Parker

Capt. James, 90.

John, 241.

Mary, 517.

Mehitable, 516.

Noah, 385.

Capt. Thomas, his ketch im-
pressed, 332, 368.

William, 175.
Parson

Humpr., 433.

Joseph, 124.
Parsons, 460, 461.

Capt., 132.

Hannah, 519.
Partridge, Mr., 163.
Pascataqua,45, 55, 112, 113, 134, 136,

153, 160, 171, 184, 243, 284, 310,

324, 339, 340, 341, 347, 367,373,

382, 418, 439.

River, 1, 3. 58, 99, 163, 277, 278,

279,290, 302, 383, 390, 424, 452.
Passamaquoddy, 404.
Patishall, Edward, 276.
Patridge, William, 235.
Paxton, Capt., 439, 452.
Payments, illegal, 470.
Peakess, Mr., 375.
Pearce, William, 526.
Peas, 50.

Pechepscut, see Pejepscot.
Pegge, Edward, petition of, 53
Peirce, Lt. Col., letter to, 4.']9, 440.
Pejepscot, 121, 165, 281, 282.

Garrison at, 337.



Pemaquid, soldiers at, ill treated,
20, 23; plot against, 37, 40, 41,
44; mentioned, 36, 37, 45, 123,
180, 193, 198, 237, '347. 348, 349,
353, 400, 401, 403, 412, 413, 415,
416, 417, 418, 419, 443, 446, 448,
449, 452, 455, 464, 467, 468, 469,
486, 487, 488, 489, 490, 493, 494,
517.

Pemcuit, 193, 198.

Peniman, Samuel, 107.

Pennacook, 165, 376, 517.

Pennsylvania. 208, 216.

Penny, Charles, 115.

Penobscot, 25, 234, 276, 340, 373,
376, 380, 413, 414.

Pension,
granted to Cock, Abraham, 467.
of Hall, JS\athaniel, 416.

Pepperell, Sir William, petition of,

386, 387, 390-392; mentioned, 91,

384, 389, 392.
Pere, 209.
Perkins,

Not to entertain soldiers except
by order of authority, 358.

Abraham, petition of, 47, 48.

Ensign David, 242.
Perrot, M., 209, 219, 227.
Pescadoiiet, 220.
Peterson, John, 488.
Petition of

Alden, John, 413.

Arden, William, 55.

Barwick, 499.

Bowers, John, 53.

Chubb, Pasco, 469.

Church, Benjamin, 479.

Cock, Abraham, 466.

Collins, Nathaniel, 509.

Convers, James, 468, 504.

Davis, Sylvanus, 174, 178.

Donell, Samuel, 529.

Driver, Robert and Sarah, 14.

Ellenwood, John, 522.

Footman, Thomas, 381, 382.

Frost, Maj. Charles, 434.

Hall, Nathaniel, 415.

Hammond, John, 330.

Hammond, Joseph, 409.

Honuywell, Richard, 477.

Two Indians, 507.

Inhabitants of Salem, 173.

Inhabitants of Isle of Shoals,

312, mo.

Jacob, John, 17.

Kinsley, John, for child of Abra-
ham Collins, 130.
Kittery, 397, 423, 482, 490.



INDEX.



549



Petition of, continued.

Lagroue |peter,527.

Legroove / '

Luffkins, Jacob, 495.

Markarty, Charles, 366.

Miller, James, 49.

Moody, Samuel, 528.

Nelson, John, 514.

Pegge, Edward, .53.

Pepperell, Sir William, 386, 390.

Perkins, Abraham, 47.

Phillips, Timothy, 495,

Pope, Seth, 507. "

Preble, Abram, 500.

Province of Maine, 1689, to the

King, 32.
the Queen, of merchants in Eng-
land, who have concerns in
New England, 119.
Rogers, Eliezer, 512.
Eyly, Jane, 126.
Scarborough, 331.
Sparks, John, 47.
Stover, Elizabeth, 4-32.
Tomson, William, 401.
Weemes, James, 180, 485.
Wells, 342, 395, 471.
Wheelwright, John, 393, 395,

396, 398.
Wheelwright, Samuel, 484.
WMlly, Edward, as attorney, 332,

333.
Wing, John, 493.
Petkin, William, 94.
Phillip, 313.
Phillips
John, 105.

Timothy, petition of, 495; allow-
ance to, 497.
Phipps,
Constantine, 355.
Samuel, 524.

Sir William, commission of, 74;
instructions for, 80, 81; letter
from Gov. Bradstreet, 106;
mentioned, 62, 78, 79, 83, 84,
85, 100, 111, 127, 128, 148, 149,
184, 187, 190, 191, 226, 332,
333, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347,
348, 349, 386, 390, 391, 393,
395, 397, 400, 402, 403, 413,
414, 415, 464, 468, 493, 505,
514.
Pickerin, Capt., 298.
Pickering, John, 382.
Pierson, Lieut. Jer., 443.
Pigwocket, 139, 165.
Pike

John, letter of, 419.
Maj. Robert, letters of, 100, 108,
138, 139, 140, 246, 250, 254,



Pike, Maj. Robert, continued.

258, 260; instructions to, 117,
160, 162; commission of, 118;
appointedcommander-in-chief,
125; order to Capt. Floyd, 140;
allowance to, 174;letter to,296;
mentioned, 136, 1.53, 1.56, 2-33,
240, 247, 248, 249, 250, 256, 297.
Pirates, 77, 80, 340.
Piscataqua, see Pascataqua.
Plaisted

Icabod, 104.

James, 57, 58, 397, 429, 500, 502,

504.
Lieut. Jno., 243, 283, 289.
William, 51, 64.
Plaisteds, the, 64.
Plymouth

(Mass.), 5, 16, 77, 93,94, 137, 139,

242, 302, 416, 479, 512.
(R. I.), 300.
Colony, 3u7.
County, 479.
Soldiers, 9.
Pljmpton, Peter, testimony of, 22;

mentioned, 54.
Point Garrison, 3.
Pointe aux Trembles, 224.
Policy, John, 526.
Pope, Seth, petition of, 507, 508.
Port
Nelson, 149, 194, 204.
Royal, captured, 127; men-
tioned, 15, 25, 27, 30, 46, 59, 81,
82, 97, 111, 159, 184, 205. 212,
214, 226, 227, 281, 287, 340,
373, 374, 376, 379, 380, 449,
493, 514.
Portneuf, Sieur de, 146, 148, 220,

223, 226, 227.
Portsmouth, needs relief, 115,
117; short of provision, 336;
alarm at, 338; provisions to be
sent to, 446; mentioned, 17, 51,
57, 70, 102, 104, 126, 140, 141,
155, 157, 163, 243, 248, 249, 255,
257, 259, 264, 265, 268, 270, 278,
279, 280, 282, 288, 289, 292, 298,
299, 303, 310, 326, 327, 334, 336,
338, 340, 342, .383, 386, 438, 441,
444, 445, 520.
Pound, Thomas, letter of, 134.
Prairies, Riviere des, 225,
Praston, Ralph, 488.
Pratt, Edward, 526.
Preble,

Lieut., 314.

Abram, petition of, 500; desires
to be reimbursed, 500; to
be paid, 500; bill of, 501
order to Sayer, 502; attested



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Preble, Abram, continued.

Alcock's bill, 503; account of,
504; mentioned, 397.
Prentice, Capt. Tho., 330.
Prerie, La, 198.
Price, John, 173.

Prisoners, bounty offered for the
capture of, 436; not exchanged
according to agreement, 515.
Privateer at Block Island, 252.
Privateers, 17, 132, 140, 277, 278,

279, 280, 283, 287.
Privy Council, 451, 476.
Proposals of

Nelson, John, 26.
by the Committee of Militia of
Salem, 302.
Prout

Ebenezer, 18, 19, 24, 25, 28, 49,
52, .59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 98, 124,
125.
Joseph, letters of, 7, 8, 10;let-

ter to, 6; mentioned, 5.
Timothy, 155.
Provisions, commissioners to im-
press, 124; short at Portsmouth,
York, and Wells, 336, 337.
Provost, Sieur, 211.
Pursley, William, 281.



Q

Quamphegon, 57.

Quebec, 56, 69, 142, 146, 148, 150,
151, 152, 168, 190, 194, 195, 197,
200, 204, 206, 207, 211, 212, 215,
219, 221, 224, 225, 226, 229, 230,
236, 238, 333, 347, 515.

Quenibonke, gari-ison at, 331.

Quincy, Edmund, letter to Gover-
nor and Council, 107.

Quobiscom, Sam., .507, 509.

Quota of soldiers to be furnished
by each colony, 94, 98.



B



Packets needed, 315.
Kaggie Neck, 296.
Ramezay, Sieur de, 211.

Raods, , 296.

Rase Point, 374.
Rates

to be levied, .50.

for war expenses, people refuse
to pay, 308.
Ray, Caleb, deposition of, 37, 38;

mentioned, 40, 41, 44.
Redding, 160.

Capt., 37.



Redford

Charles, 29, 31.
William, letter of, 4389.

Rehoboth, 524.

Remington, Jonathan, 235.

Repentigny, M., 221.

Report of Hawthorne, John, 92.

Request of Convers that Ebenezer
Hills be commissioned an en-
sign, 327.

Rhode Island asked to assist in
defending the Province, 435; con-
tributed nothing tovy^ard the
vrar, 449; enriched by the war,
473; mentioned, 65, 66, 77, 242,
300, 304, 307, 354, 526.

Rice, Matthew, 54.

Rich, Deliverance, 411.

Richards, Maj. John, 59, 105, 415.

Richmond's Island, destroyed, 105.

Rigors, the, 144.

Rindge, Capt. Daniel, certificate of,
495, mentioned, 527.

Ring, John, 260.

Rivarin, Sieur, 196, 206.

River

of Canada, 230, 333.
of Mousum, 399.

Rivers of Mexico, 149.

Riviere

de Bonbon, 204.
du Loup, 201.
d' Orange, 207.
St. Jean, 227.
au Saulmon, 224.

g°W;} John, 2«, 250.

Robinson

Jonathan, 282.

Thomas, 158.
Rochefort, 214.
Rochelle, 209.
Rodgers, Lieut., 335.
Rogers, Eleazer, petition of, 512;

allowance to, 512.
Rolfe, Benjamin, pay received for

services as chaplain, 46.
Rooe

Tamer, sr., 54.

Thomas, 54.
Ropper, Ephriam, 517.
Rouel, Tamasin, 517.
Rouswick Island, 241.
Rowley, 117.
Roxbury Neck, 35.
Rugg, Hannath, 517.
Ruggles, Capt. Samuel, 117.
Russell, James, 18, 19, 38, 41, 43,

46, 105.
Rutter

John, testimony of, 34, 35.



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Kutter, continued,

Joseph, 54.



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