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Hogg, John, Recommended for Council of Governor Hunter, iii, 498.

Hoghtelin, Johannes, \i, 107.

Hoits, Obadiah, i, 128.

Holburn, Admiral, viii. Part II, 249; To command the fleet in American
waters, 251.

Holdernesse, Earl of, viii, Part I, 23; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade,
32; Referred to, 92; Removes the embargo upon corn. Part II, 248.

Hoiks, Thomas. Jr., Sheriff of Burlington County, iv. 142.

Holland, Captain, v, 54.

Holland, Ferdinando, Signs the surrender of the Government, ii, 456-
400.

Holland, Samuel, ix, 582, 591, 624, 031, 032— x, 518, 599. 000.

Holland, Mr., viii, Part I, 94.

Hollander's Creek Island, v, 42, 44, 45.

Hollenkous, Philip, x, 718.

Holies, Joseph, Opinion of, on Elizabethtown Patent, i, 271.

Hollingshead, John, ii* 148.

HoUingshead, Joseph, viii. Part II, 40, 154, 229. 230.

Hollingshead, Mr., ix, 338.

HoUingsworth, John, iv, 113.

HoUis, John, ii, 470.

Holme, John, ii, 140, 384, 480, 488.



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 89

Iloline, Thomas, i, 373.
Holmes, Abijah, x, 531.
Holmes, James, Member of the Assembly, viii, Part H. 94; Warrants to,

152, 153, 234.
Holmes, Jomithan. i. 307.
Holmes. Joseph, x, 717.
Holmes, Josiah. x. 600, 667.
Holmes. Obadiah, 1, 44, 88— ii, 363, 384, 396, 486.
Holmes. Thomas, i, 394 ; Appointed a Commissioner to go to East Jersey,

by Governor Penn, 395 : Commissioner to treat with West Jersey,

415, 419.
Holt. Joseph, Opinion of. On Elizabethtown Patent, i, 271.
Homan, Benjamin, i, 50.
Home, Archibald, Recommended for the Council, vi, 109 ; Appointed as

such, 127; Deceased, 237.
Honan and Handen's Patent, viii, Part I, 275.
Honblon. Peter, ii, 470.
Hood, Clawson, vi, 417.
Hooghteline, Johannes, viii. Part T, 212,
Hooglandt, D.. iv. 190.
Hooglandt, Hendrick, vii. 449, 451 ; Indicted, 458 ; Referred to, 575,

577.

Hoolmann (Holman), Robert, 327, 396.

Hooper, Capt. James, v, 102.

Hooper. Robert Lettice, Nominated for Chief-Justice, v, 97 ; Money re-
ceived of on account of Bills of Credit, 134 ; Money paid to, 147, 148,
1.50 ; Appointed Chief -Justice of New Jersey, 182; Referred to. 344,
374, 401. 402 ; Recommended for Council of New Jersey, 410, 454,
469. -Member of Council, vi, 14, 15; Died, 109, 127.— Affidavit of,
relative to the riots, vii, 447.— Referred to, ix, 215, 231, 339— x, 303,

Hooper, Robert. Recommended for the Council, ix, 127.

Hooper, William, x, 530.

Hoost, William, iv, 10.

Hooton. Thomas, i, 268.

Hopemyre. Samuel, ii, 332.

Hoper, Robert, vii, 638.

Hopkins, Ebenezer. vii, 99— viii. Part I, 74; Part H, 229, 235.

Hopkins, Governor, Letter to from Governor Belcher relative to a Con-
vention of the Commissioners for the several Colonies, viii. Part H,
167.

Hopkins, Mr., Magistrate in Rhode Island, vii, 69.

Hopkins, Samuel, i. 66, 121; Appointment by the Council of New
Netherlands as a civil oflBcer and his acts as such. 129, 130, 139, 149,
152, 153 ; Note on, 152 ; Referred to, 300.

Hopkins, Stephen, x, 529.



90 GENERAL INDEX

Hopkinson, Francis, x, 370; Recommended for the Council, 42fi: Xotiee

of, 426, 455.
Hopkinson, Thomas, vii, 130 — ix, 622 — x, 426.
Hoppe, Jost, Indicted, vii. 458.
Hopper, George, vi, 456, 465 — vii, 458.
Hopper, John, vi, 465 — vii, 458.
Hoppon, Jacob, x, 718.
Homblower, Josiah, ix, 321.
Horner, John. Grand Juror on Woodbridge riot, iii, 486, 487. — Referred

to, vii, 620, 621.
Horseneck, Controversy concerning the hinds at, vi, 354. — Riots at, vii,

364, 368, 370.
Horsley. Charles, i, 17.

Horsemanden. Daniel, v, 323— ix, 178, 283— x, 375; Notice of, 377.
Horton, John, iii, 165.
Horton. William, iii, 165.
Hoshell, Michael, x, 531.
Hoskins, Robert, i, 289.
Hossett, Gillis, i, 1.
Elondon (Howdon, Ilardon), Michael. Surrenders the Government of

East Jersey, ii, 387; Signs the surrender, 456-460; Objected to as a

member of Council, 488.
Houghton. Joab, x, 273.
Houlings (Hewlings), Abraham, Signer of bills of credit, viii, Part II. 40,

154, 155, 229.
House of Representatives, See New Jersey.
Houston, Alexander, ix, 625.
Houthout, Fabius, i, 51.
How. John, vii, 533.
Howard, Charles, ix, 621.
Howard, Hannah, ii, 470.
Howard, Hiram, x, 718.
Howard, William, x. 718.
Howett, Randle, i, 17.

Hoyle, John, Opinion of, on Elizabethtown Patent, i, 271.
Hubbell, Nathaniel, Lieutenant, ix, 185.
Hubbert, James, i, 150.
Huchings, Roger, iv, 113.
Hudd, James, Jr., Surrogate, ix, 360.
Hud (Hude, Hudd), Adam, iii, 424, 447; High Sheriff of Middlesex and

Somerset, affidavit of, respecting the proceedings of Peter Sonmans,

457.— Referred to, iv, 10, 88, 89, 186, 303, 334, 375, 377.
Hude, James, v, 443. — Recommended for the Council, vi, 233; Notice of,

233; Recommended by the Lords of Trade, 237; Member of Council,

367-378— vii, 5; Member of Governor Belcher's Council, 6, 11, 98,

102; Referred to, 137; Autograph, 184; Unites in a communication



NEW JEESEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 91

froiri the Council to Governor Belcher, 188; Also in an address to the
King, 191; Signs, 2:37, 455; In Council, 835, 541; Referred to, 504,
618— viii, Part I, 43, 103, 107— ix, 5, 32; Member of Council. 274;
Named as one of the Commissioners for trying pirates, 283; Death
of, 386 ; Referred to, 394.

Hude, Robert, vi, 465, 466.

Huddy, Charles, iv, 344, 345.

Huddy (lloddy), Hugh, Proposed for the Council, iii, 95, 2&9, 302, 340;
Appointed a member of Council, 317; Referred to, 357; Signs, 473.
— Member of Governor Hunter's Council, iv, 2, 19; Referred to, 41,
42, 48, 61, 75, 99; Obtains a patent for carriages, 129; Referred to,
130, 132, 141, 153; By Jacob Henderson, 157; Further reference to,
164,296; Dead, 326, 331, 363; Money paid to, 369, 372; Referred
to, 374.

Hudson, Peter, ii, 470.

Hugg, John, ii, 148; Appointed a member of the Council by Governor
Hunter, iv, 363, 373, 375. — Member of Governor Burnett's Council,
V. 3; Money paid to, 137, 141; Commissioned to try pirates. 197;
Dead, 293 ; Notice of, 293.

Hugg, John, Jr., ii, 148.

Hughes, Humphrey, v, 133, 137, 141.

Hughes, John, ix, 516, 518.

Hughes, William, i, 369.

Hughes, , X, 306, 210, 212, 277, 279.

Huit, Joseph, i, 51.

Hulet, George, contributes to the supposed Cornbury Fund, iii, 213. 214.

Hull, Benia, ii, 326.

Hull, Benjamin, ii, 326, 395. — Meetings at his house, iii, 198; Contribu-
tions to the supposed Cornbury Fund. 200; Petition of against said
Fund, 205: Referred to, 209, 218— iv, 189.

Hull, Hopewell, iv, 188.

Hull, Joseph, X, 718.

Hull, Robert, x. 503.

Hull, Samuel, ii, 397.

HuUett, George, i, 51.

Hulmes, Jonathan, i. 134.

Humbly, Peter, iv, 344, 345.

Hume, Lord, viii. Part I, 93.

Humphreys, Charles, x, 529.

Humphreys (Humphries), Joshua, ii, 148 — iii, 165 — iv, 152, 378.

Hungerford, Dueie, Deposition of, relative to the seizure of a vessel at
Perth Amboy, ii, 238, 243 ; Referred to, 345, 347, 255.

Hunloke (Hunlock), Edward, ii, 41, 146, 147, 380 ; Recommended to be
one of the Council, 417, 429, 486, 488 ; Referred to, 481 ; Remarks
concerning, 502 ; Appointed member of the Council, 507. — Dead, iii,
1, 47, 78.



92 GENERAL INDEX

Hunloke, Thomas, v, 132, 134. 136, 138, 187.

Hunt, Abraham, x, 202, 471, 588.

Hunt, Enoch, Ensign, ix, 187.

Hunt, Mansfield, vii, 433, 442.

Hunt, Ralph, ii, 384.

Hunt, Samuel, Major, ix, 184, 186.

Hunt, Wilson, viii. Part II, 229, 235.

Hunt, , iv, 299.

Hunter, Andrew, x, 345.

Hunter, Dam'd, iv, 263.

Hunter, Robert, i, 19 — iii, 497. — Governor of New Jersey, Instructions to.
iv, 1, 2; His arrival in New York, 6; Letter from, to Lord Dart-
mouth relative to Ijady Lovelace, 10; Notice of, 11 ; Letter from, to
the Lords of Trade, resj^ecti ng an intended meeting of the New
Jersey Assembly, 11 ; To the same, respecting the place of meeting of
the Assembly, 16; Address of the Council to, 17; Representation of
the Assembly to, relative to the administration of Lord Cornbury,
24; Letter from to the Commissioners of Customs relative to the
removal of the Collector at Perth Amboy, 49; Communication from,
to the Lords of Trade, with documents, referring to affairs in East
Jersey, 51 ; Recommends John Kiel for Surveyor-General of New
Jersey, 78; Complaint of the Assembly of New Jersey to, against
William Hall, 79; Memorial of the same to, relative to the perversions
of justice in the courts of law, 87; Address to, from inhabitants of
Salem relative to taxes, 111 ; Letter to, from the Lords of Trade in reply
to his communication of May 7, 1711, 113 ; Letter from to Captain Coy,
relative to dispatching troops to Albany, 135 ; Letter to. from Colonel
Farmer, relative to supplies for troops, 135: Letter from, to Colonel
Cox relative to discharging volunteers, 136; Letter from, to Secretary
St. John, relative to New Jersey affairs. 137; Letter from, to Jere-
miah Basse, relative to Supreme Court Judges, 139 ; From, to the
same, relative to swearing officers, 141; Letter to, from J. Basse,
relative to survey, 142; Letter to, from Thomas Gardner, complain-
ing of Jeremiah Basse, 144; Letter to, from Basse concerning Thomas
Gardner, 148; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to changes
in New Jersey Council, 149; Asks the action of the Lords of Trade
in relation to the New Jersey Council, 151 ; Remarks upon his con-
duct by Rev. Jacob Henderson, 155, 156; Letter from, to Magistrates
of Gloucester County commending them, 158; His account of the
Rev. Jacob Henderson, 158; Letter from, to J. Basse respecting the
seizure of a shallop at Gloucester, 159; Letter from, to Colonel
Gookin, Governor of Pennsylvania, complaining of his proceedings,
160; Referred to, 163; Letters from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to
New Jersey affairs, 171, 174; Letter to, from the Lords of Trade,
relative to the Council of New Jersey, 182; Letter from, to Attorney-
General Griffith, relative to delinquent taxpayers. 184; Salary. 185;



NEW JEKSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 93

Letters from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to New Jersey affairs, 195,
206, 210, 213; New commission issued to, 202; Letter to Secretary
Popple relative to support of the Government of New Jersey, 211 ;
Acknowledges the receipt of his commission, 215; Letter from, to
Secretary Popple relating to certain appointments by the Bishop of
London, 218; Letter from, respecting certain proceedings of Rev. Mr.
Vesey, 219; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to certain
acts of the New Jersey Assembly, 221; Letter from to Secretary
Popple relating to Rev. Mr. Talbot and Rev. Mr. Vesey, 223 ; Letters
to, from the Lords of Trade relative to New Jersey matters, 227;
Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to the same, 230 ; Letter
from, to Secretary Popple, enclosing two Quaker speeches relating to
Mr. Coxe, 242; Speech of, to the xVssembly of New Jersey, 249;
Address to, from the Assembly, relating to the expelling of their
Governor, 250 ; Letter from, to the agent for New York in London.
254; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, relating to New Jersey
affairs, 255; Letter from, to Secretary Popple, relating to Mr. Coxe
and others, 258; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to
proceedings of Mr. Coxe, 260; Letter from Samuel Bustall, against,
262; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to dissolving the
Assembly, 264; Speech of, to the Assembly, 267; Address of the
Assembly to, 268; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, 273; Referred
to, 282: Letters to, from George Wi Hocks and Rev. John Talbot,
290, 291 ; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, with acts of the New
Jersey Assembly, 291 ; Letters from, to Secretary Popple, 294, 295,
297; Address of the House of Representatives of New Jersey to,
303; Answer to the same, 304; Letter from, to Secretary Popple,
enclosing a minute of the Council, 305; Complaint against, 306;
Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, 311 ; Letter from, to Mr.
Phillips, in answer to the charges against him, 312; Letter from, to
Secretary Popple, recommending these Councillors to fill vacancies,
326; The King satisfied with his conduct, 327; Warrant to use a new
seal for New Jersey, 332; Letter from, to Secretary Popple, relative
to vacancies in the Council, 333 ; Letter to, from the Lords of Trade,
concerning his various communications. 335; Named as one of the
Commissioners for trying pirates, 339; Letter from, to the Lords of
Trade, relating to New Jersey affairs, 363 ; Message and Speech to
the New Jersey Assembly, 364, 365; Salary, 368, 369, 371; Letter
from, to the Loi'ds of Trade, relating to the old seal, 373; Letter to,
from the Lords of Trade, relative to the members of the Council,
374; Letter to Secretary Popple, relative to the same, 376; Letter
from, to the Lords of Trade, transmitting papers, 386; Letter from,
to Secretary Popple, announcing his intention to return to England,
387: Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Council, relative to his de-
parture, 393 ; Answer of to queries relating to New Jersey, 449. — Re-
ferred to, V, 1, 10, 12, 14, 53, 54; Letter to, from James Alexander,



94 GENERAL INDEX

55; Referred to, 113; Letters from, to James Alexander, 179, 187,
361; Referred to, 198, 338, 344, 850; Letter to, from James Alexan-
der, relative to Governor Cosby, 359 ; Referred to, 374, 477, 495 — vi,
71. — On the boundaries between New York and New Jersey, viii.
Part I, 132, 133, 137, 143, 148, 149, 167, 233.— Referred to, x, 235.

Hunter, Samuel, iii. 358.

Hunter, Thomas Orby, vi, 77.

Hunterdon County, iv, 368. 369— v, 13, 13, 61, 73, 83, 84, 133, 133.—
Riot in, vii, 382.— Money received from Collector, viii. Part I, 66-68;
From Commissioners, 71, 74. — Assemblymen of, instructed to oppose
the quartering of troops in the provinces, x, 869.

Huntington, Lady, viii. Part I, 85; Letter to, from Governor Belcher, 87.

Huntingdon, Samuel, ii, 336.

Hutchings, Sarah, i, 186.

Hutchinson, George, i, 843, 370. 533, 523.

Hutchinson, Thomas, i, 341.

Hutchinson, Thomas, ix. 390.

Hyde, John, ii, 47.

Hyde, Lord, 1, 353.

Hyler. Peter, x, 718.



I.



Idiots. Governors of Colonies authorized to issue commissions for the
care and custody of, x, 370; Governor Franklin in relation to, 383.

Tke, Philip, vi, 455 — vii. 458.

lines, Abner, ii, 397.

Ilslee, John, iii, 446.

Hslee, JonathaTi, iii, 446.

Ilsley. William, iv, 186, 188.

Indians, Deed from for Elizabethtown Grant, i, 1 5 ; Murders by at Mat-
iniconek Island, 73, 76 ; Governor Lovelace to Mr. Tom, relative to,
74 ; The same, to Capt. Carr, relative to, 79 ; Conference between,
and the Council of New Netherlands, 131 ; Letter to Capt. Cantwell,
relative to, 179, 181; Conference with, 183; Proceedings of Council,
relative to, 458. — Attempt to defraud them of their land, iv, 876,
885. — Friendly to the inhabitants, v, 33; Method of protection
against, 107, 118. — Act regulating the purchase of lands from, vi,
143; Grants from, referred to, 339, 341; Expedition against, 369 ;
Opinions respecting purchases from, 420. — Deeds from, referred to,
vii, 31, 37, 4'), 8 5; Proposed conferences with, 135, 596 ; Number of
in New Jersey, 245; The Six Nations of, 582; Missionary to be sent
among, 597. — Proposed interview with the Six Nations, viii. Part, I,
156; Number of in New Jersey, 158, 163, 174; Imprisonment of in
Pennsylvania, 191. — Conflict with on the Delaware, ix, 117; Plan for
protection against, proposed by the Quakers, 118; Invasion of, 180 ;
Message from Governor Bernard to the Minisinks, 135 ; Deputation
of to Governor Bernard, 128; Conferences held with at Easton, 139 ;



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 95

Peace concluded with, 160, 164 ; Trade with them recominended,
165; Co-operation of, 172: Town laid out for in Burlington County,
174; Settlements on the borders likely to interfere with, 331 ; John
Brainard appointed Superintendent of, at Brotherton, 355 ; Recom-
mence hostilities in the back country, 391, 392; Proceedings with re-
spect to repelling the hostilities of, 398; The Six Nations of, likely to
render aid that will end the war for the summer, 433; Col. Croghan,
negotiations with, 531 ; Complaints concerning the murdering of,
569; Outrages committed upon, 575 ; Murder of an Oneida Indian,
578. — Treaty with relative to boundary line between them and the
Northern Colonies, x, 55, 95; Commerce with, 223 ; Complaints of,
341 ; Trade with, 375 ; Number of in New Jersey, 447.

Indian, Peter, vi, 407.

Ineth, John, iv, 310.

Ingersoll, Jared, ix, 582, 591. 635,*631, 633.

Inians, John, ii, 18.

Inglis, Charles, x, 313.

Ingoldsby, Richard, iii, 64; Letter from, to Lord Cornbury, 67; Reply to
the same reprimanding him, 68 ; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade,
complaining of Lord Cornbury's treatment of him, 109; Commission
as Lieutenant-Governor of Ne'v?' York revoked, and appointod one of
the Council of New Jersey, 145, 146, 340; Affidavit of, relating to
the arbitrary proceedings of Lord Cornbury, 150; Referred to, 160,
181. 331; Notice of, 290; Proposed as a member of Lord Lovelace's
Council, 299; Signs addresses, 367, 373, 415; Resentment of the
Assembly to him, 371; Defence of, 372, 401; Orders, as Lieutenant-
Governor, Peter Sonmans' answer to the Assembly to be printed, 460;
L3tters]from, to the Lords of Trade, relativeto New Jersey affairs, 460 ,
467; The validity of his commission of Lieutenant-Governor referred
to the Queen, 469; Representation from, to the Queen, relative to the
Quakers, 470; His commission revoked, 474. — Referred to, iv, 10, 56,
57, 66, 129, 130, 230, 234.

Innos, Alexander, iv, 174; Certificates from, sustaining the character of
Thomas Gordon, 177; And of Colonel John Anderson, 178.

Inness, Robert, Presented by Monmouth Grand Jury, ii, 332.

Insolvent Laws, x, 236.

Ipan Kickan, Indian Chief, i. 182.

Iron, Memorial relative to the production of, iv, 386. — Encouraging the
making of, vi, 140. — The importation of, vii, 554, 557-570. — Account
of the quantity imported into England from the Colonies, between
Christmas, 1749, to Christmas. 1752, viii. Part I, 118, 119; In Morris
and Sussex Counties, Part II, 79. — Peter Hansenclever & Co.'s works
for the manufacture of, ix, 5S3. — Number of furnaces, etc., in New
Jersey, x, 31.

Irwin, John, ii, 76, 79 (See Jurin).

Islands in the Delaware, See Delaware.



96 GENEKAL INDEX



J.



Jaborowsky, Alberdt, ii, 327.

Jackson, Daniel, x, 718.

Jackson, Edward, x, 717.

Jackson, J., x, 717.

Jackson, Richard, Report of, on certain acts of the New Jersey Legisla-
ture, X, 2;^>3, 365, 369, 308, 701,

Jackson, Stephen, x, 717.

Jacobs, Henry, x, 516.

Jacobs, Thomas, iv, 85.

Jacobse (Jacobs), Hendrick, i, 386; Petition in favor of, as tenant in
possession of Matiniconck Island, 287.

Jacpbse, Lyjnar, i, 151.

Jacobson, Gruna, i, 270.

Jacobus, Abraham, x, 718.

Jacobus, James, x, 718.

Jacobus, Brant, x, 718.

Jacobus, Cornelius A., x, 717, 718.

Jacobus, Hendrick, vi, 245 — vii, 457.

Jacquet, Jean Paul, Repossessed of fends taken from him. i, 117, 189;
Justice of ISTew Castle, 190, 195, 201, 203; His complaint against
John Fenwicke, 235, 236; Letter from, to Fenwicke, 281.

James, Duke of York, Patent to, for New Jersey, i, 3; Lease from, to
John, Lord Berkeley and Sir George Carteret, for New Jersey, 8 ;
Release for the same to the same, 10; Ijetter from, to Governor
Lovelace, confirming his grant to Berkeley and Carteret, 97; Lease
from, to Sir George Carteret for the northern half of New .Jersey.
161; Release from, to the same, for New Jersey, 163; Grant to Will-
iam Penn and his associates for "West Jersey, 334; Release from, to
Sir George Carteret (grandson and heir of the original Proprietor)
for East Jersey, 337 ; Release from, to the twenty-four Proprietors,
383; Letter from, to Governor Dongan. 475.

James, Richard, ii, 326, 396— iii, 213.

Jamison, David, ii, 114; Notice of, 114, 115. — Appointed Chief Justice,
iv, 70, 131, 140; Recommended for the Council, 217, 237: Indict-
ment of, 236; Referred to, 266; Salary, 185, 368, 369, 371.— Referred
to, V, 77, 135, 139, 143, 344, 374.

Jan, Gerrard, ii, 326.

Janqueno, i, 1.

Jansen, Aert, i, 268.

Jansen, Pieter, i, 49. *

Jaques, Henry, Jr., i, 50.

Jarbowsky, Jackor, ii, 327.

Jarratt, Allane, One of the Commissioners to run the partition liiie, iv.
383, 390, 394; Petition of, respecting the line between New York



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 97

and New Jersey, 403 ; Report of New York Council on his petition,
406, 409; Letter from Peter Schuyler relating to, 431.— Referred to,
vi, 146-148, 170.— New York Surveyor, viii, Part I, 172; Petition of
to a Committee of the Colony of New York, 173; Petition to Presi-
dent Schuyler, 233; Report on the same, 285; Referred to, 240. 247,
253, 254, 258, 265, 277.
Jauneey, James, ix, 18.
Janson, Claas, i, 269.
Javis, Jabus, vii, 377.
Jaxon, John, i, 285.
Jay, John, x, 530, 691.
.Jeans, Henry, i, iii.
Jeffers, Edward, vii, 213, 415, 417.
JeflEers, John, vi, 455, 465— vii, 458.
Jeffery, Richard, ix, 18.
Jeffreys, Sir George, i, 324, 345.
Jeffries (Jefferies), Edward, vi, 415.
Jeoffry, Andrew, i, 529.
Jegou, Peter, x. 515-517.
Jegon, Peter, i, 51. Ill, 286. 288.
Jenings, John, ii, 397: Recommended for Council. 429.
Jenings. Henry, i, 269.

Jenkins, GrifTin, A brief vindication of the purchasers against the Proprie-
tors', in a Christian manner, vi, 266 ; Notice of, 288; Referred to,
311,' 320, 322, 323.
Jenkins, Nathaniel, v, 133, 135, 141.
Jennings, James, x, 718.

Jennings, Samuel, 1, 268 ; Governor of West Jersey, 421 ; Memorial to
from the people of Salem. 421 ; A Proprietor of West Jersey, 522,
523— ii, 64, 65, 380 ; Recommended to be one of the Council, 417 ;
Objected to, 488 ; Remarks concerning, 503; Appointed member of
the Council, 507.— One of Lord Cornbury's Council, iii, 2, 65. 155 ;
Summoned by Lord Cornbury to show his authority to act as one of
the Council of West Jersey, 158 ; Notice of, 158; Referred to, 160,
192, 194; One of the Council of Proprietors, 221; Complained against
by Lord Cornbury. 224, 226; Resolves to leave the Queen's Council,
235; Colonel Quarry's remarks concerning, 237; Referred to. 268,
269; Comments upon, by Colonel Quarry, 273: The Council's opinion
of him, 21-8, 365,„398, 406, 407, 4C9, 412-415.— Referred to. iv, 33-
35, 77, 78, 131.
Jesop, Jeremiah, ii, 339— iii, 496.
Jewell, George, ii, 315, 335.
Jewell, John, ii, 209, 384, 486, 502.
Johnson, Abraham, ix, 251.
Johnson, Cornelius, vi, 455, 465— vii, 458.
Johnson, Eliphalet, vii, 439; Affidavit of, relative to the riots, 44\

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98 GENERAL INDEX

Johnson, Everett, ii, 121.

Johnson. Ezekiel, vii. 434.

Johnson, Fopp, i, 118.

Johnson (Johnstown), James. An East Jersey Proi^rietor, i, 460, 499, 529.

Johnson, John, Affidavit of. relative to tlie riots in Essex County, vii,
432; Referred to, 628.

'Johnson, Jonathan, x. 717.

Johnson. Joseph, ii, 336, 339.

Johnston, Andrew, v, 61, 155; Letter from, relative to Governor Mont-
gomerie. 183; Recommended for the Council, 317: Signs petition,
443. — Speaker of the Assembly, vi, 142; Instructions from, to John
Lawi'ence, for running the partition line between East and "West
Jersey, 154; Recommended for the Council, 233; Notice of, 233;
Recommended by the Lords of Trade, 237; Pall-bearer of Governor
Morris, 368; Mayor of Perth Amboy, 467. — Member of Governor
Belcher's Council, vii, 5, 6, 11; Autograph of, 14, 184; In Council.
86, 88, 102; Referred lo, 108, 109; Unites with other members of
the Council in a communication to Governor Belcher, 188; Also
in an address to the King, 191; Referred to, 218; Signs, 237; Re-
ferred to, 281; In Council, 335, 343; On the state of the paper
currency, 357; Signs, 455; Referred to, 504, 644 — viii, Part I, 16 ;
Letter to, from Governor Belcher, relative to the imprisonment
of Simon (Cornelius) Wyckoff, 37; Referred to, 38, 44, 46; Accounts
of, as Treasurer, 65, 76; In Council, 102; Salary, 106; Referred to,
191; Bond of indemnity, 200; Referred to, 221, 232.— Ordered to
muster his troops, viii. Part II, 157; Account of, as Treasurer, 171;
Directions to, from Governor Belcher, 178, 182; Account of, as
Treasurer for East Jersey, 223. — Referred to, ix, 274; Named as one
of the Commissioners for trying pirates, 283; Commissioner to pur-
chase lands of the Indians, :!56: Death of, 364, 366, 380, 394.— Re-
ferred to, X, 422.

Johnston, David, iv, 41.

Johnston, Captain Heathcote, x, 711.

Johnston, John, viii. Part I, 239. — Signer of bills of credit, viii. Part II,
39 ; Member of Assembly, 94.

Johnston, Colonel John, ix, 184-187.


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