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INDEX



TO THE



JOURNALS



OF THE



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



OF NEW HAMPSHIRE



From April 21, 1775, to April 17, 1784,



IN THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE.



Published by Authority of the Legislature.



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INTRODUCTION.



An index to the eight volumes of the manuscript Journals of the House of
Representatives of the Province of New Hampshire was published in 1890. Vol-
ume one begins with the year 1711 and volume eight ends with the dissolution of
the Provincial Government in 1775.

This volume is a continuation of the work, and is an index of volumes nine, ten,
eleven, and twelve of the manuscript Journals in the office of the secretary of
state.

These volumes include the proceedings of the Provincial Congi-esses of 1775 and
of the House of Representatives from January 5, 1776, to April 17, 1784.

The Journals of the House of Representatives under the constitution of 1784,
from June session, 1784, to the close of the year 1792, are published in the State
Papers, Volumes XX, XXI, XXII.



The volumes to which this index refers cover, —

Volume 9— April 21, 1775, to October 19, 1776.
Volume 10—November 27, 1776, to November 28, 1778.
Volume 11 — December 17, 1778, to January 27, 1781.
Volume 12— March 14, 1781, to April 17, 1784.



IISTDEX



TO



JOURNALS OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

IsTEW HAMPSHIRE, 1775-1T84.



ABATEMENT:

of taxes (see Tax Abatement; and under the towns there named).

of doomage 10:431 10:432

ABBOT, Abiel [Abbott]:

muster and pay-master 10: 15 10: 62 10:291

account and pay-roll 10:342

major 10: 19 12: 36

representative 10:275

10:298 10:312 10:341 10:346 10:422 11:45 11:49

11:252 11:349 11:427 11:492 11:537 11:540 11:567

11:577 11:617 11:620 11:624 11:689 11:690 11:699
ABBOT, Samuel:

prisoner, suspected counterfeiter 10:424

petition, account .... 11:271 11:274 11:290 11:299 11:305
ABBOTT, Jacob:

delegate 9: 24 9: 43 9:80^

representative 9:177 9:181 9:187 9:192

9:200 9:221 9:234 9:238 9:251 9:275 9:276

9:282 9:296 9:298 9:302 9:312 9:314 10: 7

justice of the peace 9:245 9:269

to call meeting in Mile Slip 9:275

councillor . . . 11:308 11:310 11:317 11:363 11:387 11:479

11:481 11:482 11:513 11:517 11:519 11:529 11:530

11:587 11:611 11:633 11:636 11:653 11:695 12:229

12:254 12:297 12:298 12:312 12:313 12:324 12:405

account 11:521 11:585 12:306

nominated delegate to congress 11:606

petition . . 11:516 11:518 12:266 12:345 12:349 12:384 12:385

grantee of land • 12:389

special justice, superior court 12:327 12:349

ABBOTT, Jeremiah:

beating orders to 10:171

enlisting orders to 1^ • ^"^^

ABBOTT, Joshua [Capt.]:

account and pay-roll 10: 38 10:305

petition for ferry 12:282 12:296



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ABBOTT, William:

justice of the peace 12:530

ABBOTT, William, Je. :

representative 11:720 11:726 11:728 12: 14

12: 24 12: 26 12: 52 12: 58 12: 90 12: 98 12:141

12:159 12:172 12:191 12:203 12:216 12:239 12:241

12:265 12:299 12:305 12:332 12:334 12:339 12:343
ABIGAIL:

schooner 10:434

ABSENTEES:

Batchelder, Breed. Holland, Stephen.

Baxter, Simon. Little, Stephen.

Brattle, William. Meserve, George.

Brown, of Litchfield. Oliver, Andrew.

Brown, William. Pomroy, Josiah.

Butler, Edward. Kogers, James.

Cochran, John. Kysam, William Johnson.

Cummings, Samuel. Stinson, John.

Cutler, Zaccheus. Tarbell, Samuel.

Fenton, John. Wentworth, Gov. John.

Fisher, John. Whiting, Benjamin.

Fowle, Robert Luist. Williams, Elijah.

Hart, Benjamin.

from United States 10:416 10:417 11:266

11:267 11:272 11:288 12: 46 12:315 12:347 12:490

lands of, constables not to sell 11:398

notes of, actions upon, courts to suspend judgment . . 12:215 12:346

wives and families of, iDrovided for 11:324

returns of land of 11:399 11:458 11:460

pastures of, reserved 11:543

recovery of public records from hands of 12:495

ABSENTEES' ESTATES:

Agents, Attachment, Renting, Sale, Taxes, Trustees (which see).

confiscated (see Estates, and also Act; confiscation).

county committees on 11:283

11:286 11:291 11:321 11:324 11:431 12:135 12:328
creditors' claims 11:611 12:107

12:218 12:261 12:298 12:328 12:397 12:409 12:568

ABSTRACT:

of Capt. Daniel Jewell's company roll 12:157

of Col. Hercules Mooney's regiment 11:491

from Brig. Gen. James Reed 12:555

of Lieut. William Rowell . 10: 78

of Brig. Gen. Stark 10:232

of council and house rolls 12:447

of orders ... 12:459

ACADEMY (see Phillips Exeter Academy).

ACCOUNTANT:

state, appointment . 10:124 10:125 11:264 12:229 12:366 12:367

ACCOUNTS (see also Pay-rolls, Muster-rolls, Petitions, Memorials) :
Abbott, Abiel. Abbott, Samuel.

Abbott, Jacob. Adams, Caleb Greenleaf.

Abbott, Joshua. Alexander, Reuben.



New Hampshire, 1775-1784.



ACCOUNTS (see also Pay-rolls, Muster-
Amherst selectmen.
Anderson, James.
Appleton, William.
Ashley, Martin.
Ashley, Samuel.
Atkinson selectmen.
Atkinson, George.
Atkinson, Samuel.

Badger, Joseph.
Bailey, Jacob.
Bailey, Joshua.
Baker, Otis.
Baker, Simonds.
Balch, Nathaniel.
Baldwin, Nahum.
Ballard, Nathan.
Banfill, John.
Barker, Ephraim.
Barnes, Joseph.
Barnett, Kobert.
Barns, Bill.
Barrett, Joseph.
Bartlett, Josiah.
Bartlett, Thomas.
Bass, Joseph.
Bayley, Joshua.
Bean, Benjamin.
Bedel, Timothy.
Bell, John.
Bellows, Benjamin.
Bellows, Benjamin, Jr.
Bellows, John.
Bennett, John.
Betton, James.
Bickford, Thomas.
Blanchard, Jonathan.
Blood, Francis.
Bowman, Jonas.
Boyes, William.
Bradford, William.
Bradley, Samuel.
Brainard, Daniel.
Brentwood Baptists.
Brentwood selectmen.
Britton, Job.
Brooks, Samuel.
Brooks, Samuel, Jr.
Brown, James.
Brown, Nathan.
Brown, Samuel.
Bryant, Jeremiah.
Bryant, John.
Burt, Henry, Jr.
Burt, Joseph.



rolls, Petitions, Memorials) :
Bussell, Josiah.
Buswell, Caleb.
Butler, Benjamin.

Calfe, John.
Campbell, William.
Canada Expedition.
Capron, Oliver.
Carlton, Kimball.
Carr, James.
Carr, Moses.
Carter, Ezekiel.
Carter, Henry.
Chadbourn, Benjamin.
Chadburn, Thomas.
Chamberlain, Timothy.
Champney, Richard.
Chandler, Jonathan.
Chase, Jacob.
Chase, John.
Chase, Jonathan.
Chase, Solomon.
Child, Jonathan.
Cilley, Joseph.
Claggett, Wyseman.
Clapp, Supply.
Claremont selectmen.
Clark, Stephen.
Clements, Timothy,
Clough, Thomas.
Cobleigh, Oliver.
Cockermouth selectmen,
Codman, Henry.
Coffin, Enoch.
Coffin, Peter.
Colbath, Sarah.
Cole, John.
Connecticut.
Connor, Samuel.
Conway selectmen.
Copp, Joshua.
Cragin, John, Jr.
Crane, John.
Crosby, Josiah.
Cross, Peter.
Cutler, Nathan.
Cutter, Ammi Ruhamah.
Cutts, Samuel.

Dakin, Amos.
Dame, Theophilus.
Danford, Joshua.
Daniel, Eliphalet.
Daniels, Minus.
Davis, Asa.



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ACCOUNTS (see also Pay-rolls,
Day, Elkanah.
Dearborn, Daniel.
Dearborn, Henry.
Dearborn, Jonathan.
Dearborn, Joseph.
Dearborn, Levi.
Dearborn, Samuel.
Dearborn, Simeon.
Dearborn, Stephen.
Dolbear, Daniel.
Dolloff, Joseph.
Douglass, Joseph.
Dow, Jeremiah.
Dow, Moses.
Dow, Oliver.
Downer, Abraham.
Downing, Richard.
Drury, Gershom.
Dudley, Samuel.
Dunbarton selectmen.
Durham committee.
Dustin, Moses.

Eames, Jeremiah.
Eastman, Amos.
Eastman, Ebenezer.
Eastman, John.
Eastman, Richard.
Elliott, William.
Ellis, Timothy.
Emerson, Daniel.
Emerson, Moses.
Emerson, Samuel.
Emery, Noah.
Emery, Noah, Jr.
Emms, Richard.
Epping selectmen.
Evans, Stephen.
Everett, Edward.

Farnsworth, James.
Farrar, Timothy.
Fifield, Nathaniel.
Fitzgerald, Sarah.
Fletcher, Elijah.
Fletcher, Robert.
Flood, Jonathan.
Folsom, Jeremiah.
Folsom, John.
Folsom, Nathaniel.
Folsom, Samuel.
Folsom, Thomas.
Ford, James.
Foster, Abiel.



Muster-rolls, Petitions, Memorials):
Fowle, Daniel.
Fowle, Robert Luist.
Fowle, Zachariah.
Fowle & Gerrish.
Fowler, Samuel.
Francestown selectmen.
Frink, Elijah.
Frost, George.
Frye, Ebenezer.
Fuller, Samuel.
Furber, Nathaniel.

Gage, Amos.

Gains, George.

Gerrish, Henry.

Gerrish, Robert.

Gerrish & Fowle (see Fowle &

Gerrish).
Gibson, James.
Giddinge, Eliplialet.
Giddinge, John.
Gile, Ezekiel.
Gile, John.
Giles, Benjamin.
Gill, Silas.
Oilman, David.
Oilman, Eliplialet.
Oilman, John.
Oilman, John Taylor.
Oilman, Joseph.
Oilman, Josiah.
Oilman, Nicholas.
Oilman, Peter.
Oilman, Samuel.

Oilman, Samuel, Jr.
Oilmore, James.

Ooffe, John.

Ooodale, Ezekiel.

Goss, Nathan.

Gould, Daniel.

Gould, James.

Grafton County towns.

Greeley, Samuel.

Greenland committee.

Greenwood, Joseph.

Grout, Elijah.

Gummer, Ezekiel.

Hale, Enoch.
Hale, John.
Hale, Jonathan.
Hall, Nathaniel.
Hammond, Joseph.
Hanson, John Burnam.



New Hampshire, 1775-1784.



ACCOUNTS (see also Pay-rolls, Muster-
Hardie, Moses.
Hardie, Thomas.
Harriman, Page.
Harriman, Stephen.
Harris, Josiali.
Hart, Edward.
Hart, George.
Hart, John.
Hart, Richard.
Hart, Thomas.
Harvey, John.
Hayes, Amos Main.
Heald, Oliver.
Heald, Thomas.
Hendee, Joshua.
Hill, Elisha.
Hill, John.
Hill, Robert.
Hillsborough selectmen.
Hilton, Edward.
Hix, Jane.
Hobart, David.
Hobart, Samuel.
Hodgdon, Caleb.
Hodgdon, Joseph.
Hodgson, Shadrach.
Hoit, Stephen.
Holbrook, John.
Holmes, Lemuel.
Hopkinson, John.
Houghton, Nehemiah.
Houston, Samuel.
Hovey, Nathaniel.
Howe, Bezaleel.
Howlett, Davis.
Hoyt, Thomas.
Hubbard, David.
Hunt, Samuel.
Huntoon, Joseph.
Hutchins, Gordon.
Hutchins, Joseph.
Hutchins, Nathaniel.

Jackson, Hall.
Jaffrey, George.
Jenness, Richard.
Jenness, Thomas.
Jennison, John.
Jewell, Daniel.
Jewett, Jedediah.
Johnson, Thomas.
Johnston, Charles.
Jones, Benjamin.
Jones, Josiah.



rolls, Petitions, Memorials) :
Jordan, Nathaniel.
Jordan, Richard.

Keene selectmen.
Kelley, Moses.
Kidder, Samuel.
Kimball, Abel.
King, George.
King, Jonathan.
Kingsbury, Absalom.
Kingsbury, Daniel.
Kinsman, Aaron.
Kittery committee.
Knight, William.
Knowles, James.

Ladd, James.
Ladd, Simeon.
Lamson, Joseph.
Lang, William.
Langdon, John.
Langdon, Woodbury.
Leavitt, Jonathan.
Leavitt, Moses.
Lewis, James.
Libbey, Jeremiah.
Light, Robert.
Livermore, Samuel.
Livingston, John.
Long, Peirce.
Looge, Edmund.
Lovejoy, Hezekiah.
Lyford, Thomas.
Lyndeborough selectmen.

Mack, Elisha.
Mann, Benjamin.
Marcy, John.
Marsh, John.
Marshal, John.
Marston, Abraham.
Marston, Simon.
Martin, Jonathan.
Martin, Thomas.
Mason, Ensign Lemuel.
McCalley, James.
McClary, Andrew.
McClure, James.
McConnell, Samuel.
McDuffee, John.
Mcllvaine, Ebenezer.
McLaughlin, Thomas.
Medford people's.
Mellin, John.



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ACCOUNTS (see also Pay-rolls, Muster-
Menow, Joshua.
Mills, John.
Minor, James.
Moody, John.
Moore, Daniel.
Morey, Israel.
Morrill, Mr.
Morrill, Joseph, Jr.
Morrill, Micajah.
Morrill, Samuel.
Morss, Benjamin.
Moulton, John.
Mussey, John.

Nealey, Andrew [Neley].

I^ew Castle bridge committee.

Newmarket committee.

Nichols, Moses.

Nicolle, Nicholas.

North Hampton selectmen.

Nute, James.

Odin, John.
Odiorne, Thomas.
Orr, John.
Osgood, James.
Osgood, Eichard Hazen.

Packersfield selectmen.
Page, Benjamin.
Page, David.
Page, Enoch.
Page, William.
Pain, John.
Parker, John.
Parker, Matthew Stanley.
Parker, William.
Parsons, Edward.
Parsons, Joseph.
Parsons, Moses.
Partridge, Reuben.
Peabody, Nathaniel.
Peabody, Stephen.
Pearson, Joseph.
Peaslee, Amos.
Pelham selectmen.
Penhallow, John.
Penhallow, Samuel.
Perkins, Abraham.
Peverly, Joseph.
Phelps, Martin.
Philbrick, Samuel.
Pickering, Ephraim.
Pickering, John.



rolls, Petitions, Memorials):
Piermont.
Pike, Robert.
Pinkerton, John.
Piper, Jonathan.
Piscataqua soldiers.
Plummer, John.
Plymouth selectmen.
Portsmouth.
Powers, Samson.
Prentice, Nathaniel Sartel.
Price, William.
Putnam, Ephraim.
Putnam, Philip.
Putney, John.

Quinby, David.

Rawlings, Ichabod (see Rollins).

Reed, James.

Reed, John.

Remington, Samuel.

Reynolds, Anne.

Rice, Ensign Elijah.

Rice, John.

Richardson, Philip.

Rider, James.

Robbe, John.

Robbins, Jonathan.

Robertson, James.

Robinson, Caleb.

Robinson, Ephraim.

Robinson, Jonathan.

Roby, Hannah.

Rochester selectmen.

Rogers, Daniel.

Rollins, Ichabod.

Runals, Anne (see Reynolds).

Rundlet, Charles.

Rundlet, James.

Runnels, Daniel.

Russell, Josiah.

Rust, Henry, Jr.

Safford, John.

Salter, Titus.

Sandown selectmen.

Scott, Waitstill.

Seavy, Amos.

Senter, Asa.

Senter, Joseph.

Sewall, Jonathan Mitchel.

Shattuck, Daniel.

Sias, Benjamin.

Simes, John.



New Hajupshire, 1775-1784.



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ACCOUNTS (see also Pay-rolls, Muster-rolls, Petitions, Memorials) :



Simonds, Jonathan.
Simpson, John.
Simpson, Thomas.
Sloane, John.
Smith, Ebenezer.
Smith, Francis.
Smith, John.
Smith, Jonathan.
Smith, Kobert.
Smith, William.
Snell, Samuel.
Somersworth committee.
Soper, Joseph.
Spafford, Bradstreet.
Spalding, Benjamin.
Stacy, Joseph.
Stark, John.
Stearns, Samuel.
Stevens, Elihu.
Stickney, Thomas.
Stimson, William.
Stockwell, Emmons.
Stone, Salmon.
Stone, Waldron.
Stratham committee.
Sullivan, John.

Taylor, Chase.
Temple, Elijah.
Temple, Isaac.
Thing, Samuel.
Thom, Isaac.
Thomas, Joseph.
Thomson, Robert.
Thompson, Ebenezer.
Thornton, Matthew.
Tilton, Jacob.
Tilton, Joseph.
Tripe, Samuel.
Trott, Samuel.
Tucker, Caleb.

Underwood, James.
United States.

Veasy, Eliphalet.



Walker, Ezekiel.
Walker, Timothy.
Walker, Timothy, Jr.
Walpole selectmen.
Walton, Josiah.
Warner, Daniel.
Warner, Jonathan.
Weare, Meshech.
Webber, Christopher.
Webster, Abel.
Webster, David.
Webster, Ebenezer.
Webster, Jacob.
Webster, John.
Weeks, John.
Welland, Paul.
Wentworth, George.
Wentworth, John.
Wentworth, John, Jr.
Wentworth, Joshua.
Weston, Ephraim.
Wetherbee, Samuel.
Whipple, Joseph.
Whipple, William.
Whitcomb, Benjamin.
White, Jotham.
White, William.
Whitehorn, John.
Whittier, Benjamin.
Wiggin, Joshua.
Wiggin, Mark.
Willard, Josiah.
Willey, Theodore.
Williams, Isaac.
Wilson, Jacob.
Wilson, Robert.
Winch, Caleb.
Wingate, Joshua.
Wolfeborough selectmen.
Wood, George.
Woodbury, Peter.
Woods, Richard.
Woodward, James.
Worcester, Francis.
Worcester, Xoah.
Worthen, Ezekiel.
Worthen, Ezekiel, Jr.



Wait, Joseph.


Wright, Samu


lel.




Wakefield committee.








Waldron, Thomas Westbrook.


Young, John.






Walker, Abel.








fire-arms, guns ....


. 9: 48


9:106


10:281 12:269


of state treasurer . . " .


. 9: 86


9: 96


9:102 9:103


9:108 9:130


9:135 9:173


9:242


10: 47 10: 55



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ACCOUNTS (see also Pay-rolls, Muster-rolls, Petitions, Memorials) :

of state treasurer .10:93 10:109 10:112 10:118 10:141 10:149 11:280

11:385 11:409 11:410 12:153 12:158 12:177 12:178

12:333 12:426 12:435 12:447 12:459 12:477 12:492

of officers and soldiers . . . 9: 93 10:407 11:308 11:375 11:377

11:439 11:440 11:506 11:514 11:520 11:523 11:530

11:546 11:553 11:554 11:589 11:599 11:600 12: 21

12: 59 12:268 12:326 12:536 12:547 12:548 12:550

of taverners and retailers 9 : 100

rendered committee of safety . . . 9:106 9:226 10: 22 10:178

10:190 10:289 10:383 10:423 11:278 11:397 11:589

11:610 11:613 11:738 12: 80 12:216 12:237 12:349

12:376 12:440 12:519 12:521 12:528 12:532 12:536

rendered general assembly or general court 10: 72

10: 76 10:271 10:277 10:395 11:410 11:445 11:449

11:464 11:476 12: 80 12:312 12:394 12:424 12:456
(and see next above).

rendered judges of probate 11:732

for fascines 9:107

excise 9:111

against colony and state 9:115 9:139 9:140

9:141 9:158 9:160 9:173 9:207 9:239 9:245

9:254 9:262 9:275 9:279 9:280 10: 15 10: 24

10: 27 10: 31 10: 54 10: 79 10: 83 10: 85 10:410

10:411 10:427 11:523 11:533 11:581 12:358 12:536

(and see Claims).

of committees 9:110

9:125 9:257 10: 14 11:589 11:599 11:600 12: 59

of fire-arms committee 9:111 9:114 9:120

of committee of supplies . . 9:111 9:131 10:66 10:96 10:98

of committees of safety 9:131

9:173 9:214 9:226 9:227 9:228 9:245 9:261

of committee of correspondence 9:221

of powder-mill committee 9:323

of county committees 11:484

of inventory committees . . . . • 12:521

of barrack-master, quarter-master . . " 9:131

(and see Gains, George; Long, Peirce).

of engineer . . . ' 9:131

of commissaries .9:131 9:226 10: 76 12:440

(and see Commissaries).

of soldiers' poll-tax remitted 9:135

of stoppages, muster-roll 9:137

guardians' 9:268

of masts 10: 2

of losses . . . . • 10: 3 11:495

of prison-keepers 10: 7 10:278

of expense, Asa Porter's case 10: 20 10: 22

of muster-master, paymaster 10: 64 10:291

state, comptroller of 10:202 10:269 11:261

state, with individuals

12:366 12:367 12:407 12:416 12:418 12:519 12:536

soldiers' back allowance and sauce-money .... 10:229 10:234

of expenses, delegates to congress 10:277



New Hampshire, 1775-1784. la

ACCOUNTS (see also Pay-rolls, Muster-rolls. Petitions, Memorials):

wagonage 10:285

lodged with board of war 10:320

delinquents' 10:383-

of board of war 10:427 10:443 12:312 12:537

of persons paying treasurer altered bills 10:416

of towns, for bounties and supplies 11:467 11:468

11:505 11:506 11:633 11:742 12: 19 12: 38 12:161

12:162 12:165 12:175 12:211 12:217 12:342 12:465
(and see Soldiers: bounty, family, supplies, and travel).

for securing deserters 11:476 11:523 11:577

against Massachusetts, returning deserters 11:562

attested by selectmen 11:506^

sales of absentees' estates 11:585 12:135

towns', adjustment 11:589

for provisions 11:723 12: 19

of soldiers, depreciation 12: 59

of expense of hiring men 12 : 80

trustees,' of confiscated estates 12:236

of paymaster-general 12:550

ACCOUTPtEMENTS (see also Continental) :

arms and blankets 9:113

warlike 10: 17

received and stored 10:116

purchasing of soldiers,' without leave, punished .... 10:117

for recruits • . 12: 58

ACCUSATION (see also Complaints) :

against John Clark 10:143

against Joseph and William Kimball 9:213 9:214

against Capt. George March 9:287

against Dr. Breed . 11:495

ACQUITTAL:

of persons suspected inimical 9:256

with honor 10:310

ACTIONS (see also Processes) :

civil 9:182 9:285

dismissed, when 9:321

review of 10: 10 10:109

10:153 10:166 10:170 10:420 10:424 10:425 11:349

11:529 11:531 11:598 11:645 11:652 11:734 12:352

for recovery of monies due the state 10:383

pending 10:442

of ejectment . . . . . 10:166 10:170 11:598 11:645 11:652

prosecution of ll:64o

11:657 11:662 11:734 12: 36 12:352 12:429 12:432

British subjects and inimicals, prevented from prosecuting . . 12:174

12:299 12:531

for debt, justices to try 12:293

judgment suspended, absentees concerned .... 12:315 12:346

defaulted 12:352 12:563

less expensive way of trying 12:487

in courts, parties bringing, to take oath 12:501

defaulted, taxation for travel in 12:520



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IxDEx TO Journals of House of Representatives,



I". Benjamin Hart.



George Kezar v.



ACTIONS (see also Processes) :

process in, stayed

George Atkinson v. Benjamin Whiting.
William Ayers v. Edward Clark Young.
John Blazo v. Reuben Sanborn.
Nathaniel Breed v. John Hale.
Elisha Done v. John Penhallow.
P. and J. Fowler v. Elizabeth Hilton.
John Gage v. Kidder and Champney.

George Hart
Mary Hart

John Paul Jones v. Ebenezer Hogg.

( William Martin.
Joseph Kelley v. < Abel Sawyer.

( Abel Sawyer, Jr.

Francis Drew.
Richard Meloney.
^ Samuel Moore.

Robert Leathers v. Robert Traill.

Robert McGaw v. Daniel Moore.

William Oliver v. Elijah Grout.

V. Oliver Parker.

Samuel Pearson v. Jacob Shephard.

Winthrop Pickering v. Ichabod Brackett.

Anna Richardson v. Benjamin French.

Robert Smith v. Wm. Stinson and John Clark.

Jonathan Swett v. Jonathan Moulton.

( Samuel Hunt.
Isaac Tichener v. < Samuel Wetherbee.
( Josiah Willard.

Paul Yarney v. John Withering.

George Wentworth v. Executors.

ACTS (called also Bills, Laws, Yotes) :

Amherst, N. W. parish

S. W. parish

altering sessions of courts of general sessions, Amherst .
nullifying order of court of general sessions, Amherst
reviving business of court of general sessions, Charlestown
altering session of court of general sessions, Exeter
regulating Grafton county courts . .

opening Grafton county courts

for holding superior court, Hillsborough county
altering time of court of common pleas, Rockingham county
altering time of court of general sessions, Rockingham county
for holding superior court, Strafford county ....
altering courts of common pleas and general sessions, Strafford

county 11:349

altering time of court of quarter sessions, Strafford county

11:660



12:546



altering time of court of common pleas, Strafford county

regulating Strafford county courts

opening courts of justice 9:248

establishing courts of law . . 9:285 10: 57 10:378

keeping courts of law open

regulating matters pending in courts

to abolish court of appeals 9:238 9:248



12: 41
10: 57
10:451



12: 95

12:351
12:295
12:492
12:105
10:238
12: 41
12:253
10:429
10:222
10:240
10:429

11:354
11:658
11:675
11:675
12:253
12:253
12:261
12:139
9:311
9:263



New Hampshire, 1775-1784.



15



:531



specie



11:657



10:408



10:109
11:598



11:379
10:153
11:645



11:292
12:519
10:166
11:652



ACTS (called also Bills, Laws, Votes) :

respecting governor and council acting as court of appeals, no law

to make probate courts circular 9:239

enabling judge of probate 11:675 12:218

to limit time of appeals from decree of judge of probate

determining in what name writs and processes shall be issued

establishing the style of commissions . . 9:251 9:274

altering style of commissions

to adopt name, style, and title of state

for Antrim selectmen, to assess lands .

for Benjamin Archer, to return executions

to restore George Atkinson to his law

to restore Robert Moore to his law

to restore Isaac Stevens to his law

for Nahum Baldwin to receive currency for

dividing common land, Barnstead

to exchange Barrington parsonage land

for dividing estate of Robert Burnam

to divide estate of John Griffith .

for partition of land held in common .

for review of actions ....
10:424 10:425 11

for John Paul Jones to reenter action .

enabling Joseph Kelley v. Abel Sawyer, Jr

enabling Samuel Pearson i\ Jacob Shephard

regulating judgments v. Ladd and Peverly

for Thomas Packer to appeal

for Winthrop Pickering to appeal

for Robert Smith to prosecute action .

for trying George Wentworth v. Executors

to establish town boundaries

12: 25
(and see Boundaries, Bounds).

to annex Borland's farm to Temple 11:708

to annex land on N. E. to Concord 12:348

to annex part of Canterbury and Loudon to Concord . . . 12:533

to annex Londonderry S. W. to Nottingham west .... 10:325

to annex part of Londonderry to Windham . . . 10:208 10:446

to annex New Holderness and Campton to Grafton county . . 12:324

to annex part of Poplin to Hawke 12:415 12:448

to alter town meeting:

Bow 11:652

Epsom 10:309

Packersfield 10:340

Peterborough 10:316

Richmond 11:403

Stratham 11:636

Surry • 12:555

to legalize town meeting:

Hinsdale 10:435

Newport 12:448

Sandwich 11:709 11:711

lengthening time of calling meetings, unincorporated places . . 10:342

for proprietors' meetings 12: 55 12:106



12:172 12:325



9:183
9:248
12:264
12:230
9:248
9:275
9:261
9:307
12:522
11:637
11:662
12:446
12:. 564
12: 32
10:410
11:393
12:566
11:293
12:. 543
10:170
11:734
. 12:554
. 12: 42
. 12:. 396
11:603 11:606
. 11:404
. 12: 46
. 12: 36
. 12:209
. 11:633
12:343 12:482



16 Index to Journals of House of Representatives,

ACTS (called also Bills, Laws, Votes) :

of British parliament 9: 48 9:147

disfranchising British subjects . . . . 12:174 12:299 12:531

relating to lands of British subjects 10:252 12:490

to prohibit import of British goods 12:440

permitting vessels from Great Britain to enter 12:440

permitting vessels for Great Britain to be cleared .... 12:440



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