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Johnston, Lewis, Commissioned to run the line between East and West
Jersey, vi, 352.— Agent for West Jersey Society, vii, 320. — Referred
to, viii. Part I, 200— Part II, 228, 270.— Reconnnended for Council,
ix, 127; Letter to, from George Otter, 337.

Johnston, Major-General William, Commander of the Colonial troops for
New England, New York and New Jersey, viii, Part II, 141,
143, 164.

Johnston, William, vii, 421, 424.

Johnstone (Johnston, Johnson), Dr. John, ii, 336, 337; In relation to the
outrage committed in the Monmouth County Court House, 366;



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 99

Surrenders the Government of East Jersey, 387; Recommended for
Council, 417; Signs tlie surrender of the Government, 456, 460;
Objected to as a member of Council, 488.— Proposed for the Council,
iii. 51; Referred to, 154; Affidavit of in support of the Assembly's
remonstrance, 207; Referred to, 262, 277; Complained of by Lord
Cornbury, 385; Referred to, 392, 403— iv. 12; Speaker of the
Assembly, 19. 20; Referred to, 39, 68, 106, 119; Notice of, 119, 121,
125, 127; Appointed Judge, 129; Referred to, 130, 131, 132, 377,
388, 390; One of the Commissioners for running the partition line,
894; Referred to, 406, 416, 435— v, 35, 56-61; Chosen Speaker of
the Assembly, 62 ; Superseded as one of the New York Council, 70 ;
Money paid to, 150; Referred to, 179, 203, 288— ix, 185.

Johnstone (Johnston, Johnson). John, Jr., iv, 15; Appointed member of
Governor Hunter's Council, 363, 373.— One of Governor Burnet's
Council, V, 2, 3, 34; Money paid to, 146; Commissioner to try
pirates, 197; Signs memorial, 301.

Johnson, Lamb, ii, 396.

Johnson, Major, vi, 402.

Johnson, Nathaniel, vii, 48, 49.

Johnson, Oukie, vii, 424.

Johnson, Peter, x, 717.

Johnson, Richard, ii. 63— iv, 370.

Johnson, Samuel, vii, 377, 606.

Johnson, Thomas, i, 142, 177, 300. 310, 320, 355— ii. 333, 334. 339,
362. 396.

Johnson, Thomas, Jr.. x, 530.

Johnson, Thomas, Ensign, ix, 185.

Johnson, William, i, 50, 268, 413.

Johnson, William Gill, i, 118, 268, 414.

Johnson, Sir William, ix, 172, 178; Named as one of the Commissioners
for trying pirates, 283; Referred to. .522— x, 57, 112, 495.

Johnson, Wm. Samuel, Opinion of, in relation to the common lands in
Secaucus, ix, 454.

Jolly, John, vii, 130.

Jones, Abraham, x, 331.

Jones, Benjamin, iv, 113.

Jones, Cadwallader, ii, 119.

Jones, Eb3nez3r, Signs the Surrender of the Government, ii, 456-460;
Recommends Andrew Hamilton for Governor, 470.— Complaint
against Lord Cornbury, iii, 95.

Jones^ .Jeffrey, i, 50, 82, 84— ii. 111. 127— iii, 403— vi, 212— vii, 268.

Jones, John, iii, 165.

Jones, Nathaniel. Recommended by the Lords of Trade to be made Chief-
Justice of New Jersey, ix, 173; Referred to, 177, 210, 211; Proceed-
ings of the Supreme Court in relation to his appointment, 214-218 ;
Dispute between him and R. H. Morris for the office of Chief -Justice,



100 GEJSTERAL INDEX

330, 235, 248; Memorial of, relative to his difficulties in New Jersey,
342 ; Remonstrance in favor of, 344.

Jones, R., ii, 30.

Jones, Robert, ix, G22.

Jones, Timothy, x, 345.

Jones, Sir William, Opinion of, in regard to duties demanded from the
inhabitants of West Jersey, i, 323; Referred to, 3r)4.

Jones, Wm., i, 51, 65— ii, 326, 396.

Jonken, Lonbert, ii, 326.

Joomerijo, ii, 327.

Joyce, Henry, iv, 328.

Judges, Granting of commissions to during good behaviour, ix, 308, 321 ;
Order in Privy Council relative to commissions to, 324, 329; Memor-
andum relative to the validity of Governor Hardy's appointment of,
during good behaviour, 349 ; Appointments during good behaviour
relinquished by the Judges, 364; Opinion of the Attorney-General as
to the validity of their apppointments, 380.

Jurin, John, ii, 41-61, 65-73, 88, 92, 95; Signs the surrender of the gov-
ernment, 456-460; Asked that Hamilton be appointed Governor, 470.
— Signs as a Propi-ietor, iii, 38.

K

Kay, John, ii, 380— iii, 2, 21.— Speaker of the Assembly, iv, i:J4. 278 ;
Affirmation of, 283; Payments to, 370, 371— y, 137.

Kean, Thomas M.. x, 529.

Kearney, Michael, Treasurer of East Jersey, receipts and payments of, v,
142-151; Signs certificate, 155. — Recommended for Council, x, 132;
Referred to, 303.

Kearney, Philip, vi. 368— vii, 108, 109, 150— ix, 16, 449; Letter to, from
David Ogdcn, relative to the resumption of business by the lawyers
imder the Stamp Act, 531; Referred to, 303, 412, 414, 415, 711.

Keasbey, Edward, viii. Part II, 229, 235.

Kebble, John, Proposes to set up a manufacturer of pot-ashes in New
Jersey, iii, 304; Report of the Commissioners of Customs on his pro
position, 329; Notice of, 329; Petition of, 342, 343; Report on, 343;
Proposal of, for the manufacture of pot-ashes in New Jersey, 344,
846.

Keith, George, i, 480; Notice of, 517; Locating the 41st degree of north
latitude on Hudson's River, 520. —Reference to map of, ii, 10, 15, 16,
23, 33, 417— iv 412, 414, 424— vi, 155, 156— viii. Part I, 247— x, 426.

Keith, Sir William, Threatened by the Indians, v, 114: Letter from, to
the Lords of Trade, relative to certain manufactures in the Planta-
tions, 203; Discourse on the state of the Plantations, 214; Letter to,
from Thomas Lowndes, respecting the manufacture of pot and
pearl ashes in the Plantations, 245; Answer from, to the same, 246;



JN^EW JERSEY COLCKIAL DOCUMENTS. 101

Urged by Rev. William Skinner to apply for the Government of New
Jersey, 4o5; Applies for the same, 44G; Notice of, 447; Memorial of,
relative to the necessity of separating the Government of New Jersey
from that of New York, 450.

Kelly, Andrew, Affida\it of, relative to the riot at Perth Amboy, vi, 468.

Kelly, Isaac, x, 718.

Kelly, William, Recommended for the Council of New Jersey, x, 132.

Kemble. Peter, viii. Part I, 43. 1C3, 107, 188.— Member of Council, ix,
274 ; Named as one of the Commissioners for trying pirates, 283 ;
Referred to, 511— X, 561. "

Kemble. Robert, i, 268.

Kendall, Thomas, i, 288.

Kennedy, Archibald, v, 197. — Named as one of the commissioners to try
pirates, ix, 283; Complaint of, relative to the common lands of Ber-
gen, 459; Notice of. 460; Letter from Governor Franklin, relative to
his complaint, 461; State of facts concerning the same, 463; Letter
from William Bayard, relative thereto, 467, 471: Letter from John
Berrien, relative thereto, 470; Deposition of William Bayard, in the
same matter, 472; Reasons why his claim was not admitted, 474;
Writes to Governor Franklin, relative to the Stamp Act, 512; Re-
ferred to, 641 .

Kensey. John, i, 291.

Kent, Ely, vi, 351 — vii, 457.

Kent, Helmer, x, 718.

Kent, Stephen, i, 128.

Kent, Thomas, i, 269.

Kent, William, i, 268.

Keppell, Commodore, ix, 277.

Kerpright, Mr., vii, 323, 324.

Ketchel, Samuel, vii, 32.

Keyse, John, ii, 317.

Kidd, Captain Robert, ii, 115, 284, 287, 363, 366, 401.

Kiel, John, Recommended for Survej or-General of New Jersey, iv, 78;
Referred to, 139.

Kill von KuU, i, 14, 151.

Killingworth, Thomas, ii, 384— iii, 215, 216.

Ivimbol (Kemble), Peter, Recommended for the Council, vi, 233, 238 ;
Pall-bearer of Governor Morris, 368. — Referred to, vii, 5; Member
of Governor Belcher's Council, 0, 11, 86, 88, 98. 183, 188, 191, 237,
335, 343, 455, 503, 541.

King, John, \ai, 182— x, 413, 717.

ICmney, Thomas, Sheriff, x, 413, 419.

Kingsland, Captain, Proposed for the Council, iii, 340.

Kingsland, Edmund, x, 718.

Kingsland, William, Plantation and effects ordered to be sold by the
Dutch Governor Colve. i, 138.



102 GENERAL INDEX

Kinowl, Lord, viii. Part I, 9:'.

Kinsey, Chief- Justice, of Pennsylvania, vii, 59.

Kinsey, James, x, 370, 414, 458, 54(!, 575, 576, 680, 730.

Kinsey, Jolin, Speaker of the Assembly, iv, 253; Fees to. 370, 371 — v,
146, 150.

Kinsey, John (2d), Member of Assembly from Middlesex County, v, 262 ;
Chosen Speaker, 270; Referred to, 288; Signs petition to the King
for a separate government for New Jersey, 443.

Kirby, Benjamin, iv, 310.

Kirby, Richard, iv, 309.

Kirby, William, iv, 310.

Kirk, Gabriel, i, 51.

Kirkbride, James (Joseph), iv, 390; One of the commissioners for run-
ning partition line, 394, 453.

Kirkbride, Joseph, ix, 395.

Kirkbridge, Joseph, iii, 165.

Kit Marius, Indian Chief, i, 182.

Kitchell, Samuel, i, 184.

Kite (Kight), Robert, Mayor of London, x, 4, 7.

Klasen, Hendrick, ii, 327.

Knapp, Henry, iv, 10.

Knapp, Thomas, Autograph, v, 510. — Vice-President of West New
Jersey Society, vii, 827.

Knott, David, x, 600.

Knowles, Governor, vii, 68. .

Knowles, William, x, 113.

Kollock, Shepherd, ix, 627, 628.

Krigiers, Captain, i, 179.

Kuyf, Captain, i, 130, 133, 143.

Kuyper. Justice, ix, 470.

L,

Laekerouse, Michael, i, 269.

Lacy, Edward, ii, 226.

Ladd, John, viii. Part II, 151, 232, 233. — Recommended for the Council,

ix, 127, 387, 388; Appointed Surrogate, 359; Member of Council,

394; Notice of. 395; In Council, 509.— Dead, x, 224; Notice of, 224.
Ladds, William, vii, 326, 327.
Laing, William, ii, 275.

Laken, John, Grand Juror for Essex County, iii, 496.
Lamb, John, ii, 42-61, 65-73, 79, 129.
Lamb, Matthew, Letter to, from the Lords of Trade, relative to an act

of New Jersey, obliging Sheriffs to give security, vii, 296; Reply to

the same, 329.— Official letter to, ix, 351, 443.
Lambert, Colonel, ix, 277.



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 103

Lambert, John, i, 268— ii, 325.

Lambert, Roger, ii, 129, 325.

Lambert, Thomas, i, 268, 523— ii, 148— iv, 452— v. 133. 139, 141, 211,

316.
Lamson, Eleazar, vi, 245— vii, 444, 457.
Lamson, Eley, ii, 339.
Lamson, Thomas, vi, 351 — vii, 457.
Landevinter, Peter, ii, 396.
Lands, and titles to. See Colonies, etc.
Lane, Cornelius, x, 600, 667.
Lane, Henry, v, 323— vii, 145, 320.

Lane, Sir Thomas, ii, 41-61, 65-73, 76, 78, 79, 87, 91, 92, 95, 99. 149,
164, 165, 171, 186-194, 199, 258, 270, 299, 300, 302, 321, 376, 408,
410; Letter to, from, Secretary Popple, 428; Referred to, 448;
Signs surrender of the Government, 450-460; Recommends Andrew-
Hamilton for Governor, 470; Letter to, from Secretary Popple,
473._lSrotice of, iii, 38; Signs as Proprietor, 82, 95, 302; Refuses to
sign, 314.— Referred to, vi, 314— vii, 320, 326.
LangstafEe (Longstaff). John, ii, 316, 326, 396.— Contributes to a sup-
posed Cornbury Fund, iii, 200; Petition of the House of Repre-
sentatives against said Fund, 200.
Langdon, Harry, i, 345.
Laning, John, x, 531.
Lannoy, Peter de, ii, 470.
Lantin, Captain L., i, 517.
La Prairie (Lapriere), See Vanquellin.
Larta, Nicholas, ii, 396.
LaswaU, William, i, 270.
Laten, John, vii, 426.
Laten, William, ii, 396.
Lattouch, Mr., vii, 322, 323, 326.
Laurence, See Lawrence.
Laurence, Andries, iii, 351.
Laurence, Thomas, ii, 326.

Law, Report on an act for enforcing an ordinance made for establishing
fees and regulating the practice of, v, 377-395; Petition against said
act, 403. — Act relative to the practice of, ix, 490.
Laws, Revision of, viii. Part I, 27, 103.
Lawrence, Benjamin, ii. 396— iv, ;'.1(),
Lawrence, Elisha, ii, 365, 397— iii, 212— iv, 37. 310, 370— v, 14?- ix, 343

—X, 302.
Lawrence, Elisha (2d), x, 459.
Lawrence, James, ii, 326, 396.

Lawrence, John, i, 148, 150, 156— ii, 106, 237, 396— iii, 213-iv, 111, 310.
Lawrence, John (2d), Instructions to, relative to boundary line between
East and West Jersey, vi, 154.



104 GEN'ERAL INDEX

Lawrence, John (od), Recommended for Council, x, 226, 232, 27o; Notice
of, 302; Referred to, 307, 313; In Council, 351.

Lawrence, Joseph, ii, 397 — iv, 310 — vi, 24."3 — vii, 457.

Lawrence, Richard, iv, 310 — x, 4~)0.

Lawrence. Robert, iv, 310— vi, 302, 203— vii. 29— viii. Part II. 16, 72—
ix, 13.

Lawrence, William, ii, 327, 396, 487— iii, 216— iv, 126, 253, 370- v, 60,
142, 144, 146, 149.

Lawrence, William, Jr., 270. 396, 486.

Lawrie (Lowiy, Lawiy), Gawen, Quintipartite deed to, from Sir George
Carteret, i, 205; Instructions from, and others, to their Commissioners
in West Jersey, 219; Names to Concessions, etc.. to West Jersey, 268;
Grant to him and others from the Duke of York. 324; Referred to,
877; Among the twenty-four Bast Jersey Proprietors, 383; Commis-
sion of, as Deputy Governor of East Jersey, 423; Instructions to,
426, 434; Referred to, etc., as a Proprietor, 442. 448; Notice of, 455;
Instructions to, from Robert Barclay and other Proprietors, 459;
Interested in goods shipped to East Jersey, 467, 469; Instructions to,
476; Letter to, from William Doekwra, 4S6; Censured by the Pro-
prietors of East Jersey, 492 ; Order to inspect the accounts of, 503 ;
Referred to, 517, 521, 528; Revocation of all his powers in East
Jersey, 531. — Signs as a Proprietor, ii, 2; Referred to, 62; Disburse-
ments by, on account of East Jersey, 202, 203. — Referred to, iv, 415,
388— viii. Part I, 204.

Lawyers of New Jersey, Agree not to act under the Stamp Act, ix, 506;
Meeting of. called in relation to i-esuming business under the Stamp
Act, 531; Attitude of, toward the Stamp Act, 536, 510; Determine
to resume their practice regardless of the Stamp Act, 546; Address
to, by the Sons of Liberty, 547; Pees of, 605. — Complaints against,
X, 118, 192; Agreement among, to prevent unnecessary litigation on
account of the disturbed state of the Colonies, 589.

Lawtone, William, ii, 332.

Layden (Ployden?), Sir Edward, i, 272.

Layng, Will., iv, 9.

League Island, v, 42, 44.

Leake, John, ix, 18.

Leammg, Aaron, vi, 302, 203— vii, 336, 502— viii. Parti. 74: Part II,
150^ 155, 233— ix, 129.

Learning, Jeremiah, viii. Part II, 153, 229, 235.

Leaming (Learning), Thomas, x, 207-212. 282.

Leasy Point, x, 515.

Lechmere, Thomas, Surveyor-General of Customs, vii, 6.

Leek, William, Opinion of, on Elizabethtown Patent, i, 272.

Lecroa (Lacroa), Michael, i. 116.

Lee, Sir George, viii, Part I, 23.



JSTEW JEKSFA" COLONIAL DOCUMEXTS. 105

Lee, John, x. 717.

Lee, Richard Henry, x, 5o0.

Lee, Samuel, x. 3G4, 385, 367.

Lee. William Phillips, ix. 226.

Leeds, Daniel, i, 270 — ii, 305; Recommended to be one of the Council,
417.429. 486; Objected to, 488; Appointed member of the Council,
507 — iii, 2, 83, 340;. Objects to certain representatiA^es in the Assem-
bly, 88, 112, 137, 150; Referred to, 100, 178, 279, 463; Signs, 290,
367; Again objected as a member oC Council, 301; Letter from,
William Penn, respecting,. 303; Removal asked for, 309 — iv, 41;
Recommended for Council, 133; Referred to, 143, 145; Protest of,
with others, against the Proceedings of the Council of Proprietors of
West Jersey, 146; Referred to, 149; Signs. 309; Referred to. 313.

Leeds, Japhet, iv. 147.

Leeds, Philo, iv, 147.

Leeds, Tilan, v, 68.

Leek, Samuel, x, 531.

Leete, Samuel, Presentment of, against Jolm Fenwicke, i. 186, 238.

Le Fetra, Edmund, i, 51.

Lefevre, Hypolite, i. 227, 269, 414.

Legislature of New Jersey, See New Jersey and Assembly.

Leigh, Egerton, ix, 621.

Leisler, Jacob, ix, 337.

Leister. Mr., vi, 386.

Le Montes, John, v, 153.

Lenex, John, viii, Part I, 137.

Lennox, Lord, ix, 15.

Lentin, Josiah, Testimony relating to Elizabethtown Purchase, i, 504.

Leonard, Elijah, x, 717.

Leonard, Henry, ii. 333— iv, 142. — Recommended for the Council, v,
318.— Captain, vi, 425.

Leonard, John, ii, 332.

Leonard, John (2d), x, 207-213, 282.

Leonard, Joseph, Captain, ix, 184.

Leonard, Nathaniel. In charge of Beacon on Neversink Highlands,
vi, 374.

Leonard, Samuel, ii, 328-332. — Letter to, from William Penn, ii, 318; Note
on, 318; Sits with Governor Hamilton in Monmouth County Court,
362; President of Monmouth County Court, 364; Signs. 386; Re-
commended for Council, 417, 429, 431; Objected to, 488; Remarks
concerning, 502; Appointed member of the Council, 507. — Dead, iii,
1, 40, 78.

Leonard, Samuel (2d), iv, 10— v, 62, 146. 150— vi, 139, 202. 203— viii,
Part I, 200 ; Part H, 228— ix, 360.

Leonard, Thomas, iv, 9, 377 — v, 147, 151. — Recommended for Council, vi,
233, 238; Pall-bearer of Governor Morris, 368.— Member of Council,



lOG GENERAL IXDEX

vii, ."), G, 8!5, 88, 98; Referred to, 128; Autograph, 184; Signs, 337; In

Council, 843, 347, 4oo, 503, G18, 644— viii, Part I, IG.— Warrant to,

Part II, 153. — Resigns his seat in Council, ix, 137; Notice. 153.
Leonards, Thomas, i, 50.
Lesenby, Henry, 1, 50.
Leslie, George, ii, 186.
Letts, William, i, 84, 85.
Leveridge, Mr., ii, 339.

Levy, Benjamin, Signs the surrender of the Government, ii, 45G-46(t.
Levy. Moses, iv, 344, 345.
Lewis, Thomas, Signs the surrender of the Government, ii. 45C-460 —

iii, 95.
Lewinz, Sir Cresswell, Opinion of, on the liability of East Jersey to New

York for customs, ii, 134.
Lexington and Concord, How the news of the affair at, were carried

through New Jersey, x, 587; Effect of the affair at, in New .Jersey,

G03; Affidavits relating to, G13, 615.
Ligge, Coll, i, 353.
Light Money, i, 151 — x, 364.
Ligonier, Sir John, viii, Part I. 33.
Linch, Dennis, iv, 45.
Lindsley, Ebenezer, vi, 351.
Lindsley, John, ii, 336.
Lindsley, Josiah, vi, 351 — vii, 435, 457.
Lindsley, Samuel, x, 717.
Lindsley, Captain, x, 375.
Ling, Mathew, iii, 64 — vii, 166.
Link, Henry, x, 717.
Lippet, Moses, ii, 366, 397— iii, 313.

Lipineot, John, Contributes to the supposed Cornbury Fund, iii, 313.
Lipincot, Richard, Contributes to the supposed Cornbury Fund, iii, 313.
Lipincott, Samuel, Jr., iii, 164.
Lippincott, Frederick J., ii, 148.
Lippincott, James, v, 187.
Lippincott, Jerome, v, 187.
Lippincott, Joseph, ii, 397.
Lippincott, Remembrance, ii, 397.
Lippincott, Restore, ii, 380.
Lippincott, Richard, i, 413.
Lispenard, Leonard, ix, 18.
Little, Daniel, vii, 431, 433.

Little (Littell), John, ii, 139, 336— vi, 373— x, 600, 667.

Little, Peter, x, 717.

Little, Robert, ii, 334, 339— iii, 496.

Little, Samuel, ii, 334, 339— iii, 496.

Livingston, James, viii. Part 1, 133; Part II, 14.



NEW JERSEY COLOKIAL DOCUMENTS. 107

Livingston, Philip, v, 197.— Speaker of the Council of New York, vii,
142— X, 530.

Livingston, Eobert, ii, 369.

Livingston, William, x, 345, 467, 530, 546, 575.

Livingstons, The, viii, Part I, 93.

Loade, John, ii, 327.

Locke, John, One of the Lords of Trade, ii, 185, 304.

Lochart, Alexander, iv, 309.

Lockhart, Gawen, iv, 186.

Lockhart, George, i, 430.

Lockhart, John, vii, 160.

Lodge, Abraham, v, 404.

Lodwick, Charles, iv, 344, 345.

Loften (Lofting, Loftnings), John, ii, 370; Petition of, relating to the
Ship Hester, 311 ; Referred to, 342.

Logan, James, Letter from, to George Wil locks, relative to the division
line between the Provinces, iv, 377; Notice of, 381; Letter from, to
Daniel Coxe, on the division line, 388; Member of the Pennsylvania
Council, 393; Referred to, 452.

Logan, James, Letter to, from Governor Belcher, relative to a charter for
the new college, vii, 124.— Referred to, x, 231.

Logan, William, vii, 130.

Logan, or Tah-gah-juti, x, 495.

Long, Peter, iii, 356.

Longfield, Cornelius, Recommended for the Council, iii, 340 — iv. 133.

Longfield, Thomas, Lieutenant, ix, 187.

Longstaff, John, i, 134.

Longstreet, Garret, x, 600.

Longstreet, Samuel, x, 600.

Looker (Luke, Luker), John, ii, 129, 315. 334, 339, 397.

Looker (Luke, Luker), William, ii. 129, 327, 334, 395.

Loper, Arthur, ii, 339.

Lore, Jonathan, x, 531.

Lords of the Admiralty, Letter to. fnjui the Earl of Bellomont. relative to
taking two supposed pirates out of the custody of Governor Basse,
ii, 236.

Lords Justices, Order of. referring the petition of the Proprietors of
East Jersey to the Lords of Trade, ii, 169; Petition to, from the
Proprietors of East Jersey, 169; Fiepresentalion to, from the Lords
of Trade, against the right of the Proprietors of East Jersey to
establish ports, 180; Communication to, from the Lords of Trade,
relative to the surrender of the Government of New Jersey by the
Proprietors, 420.

Lords Proprietors, See Berkeley and Carteret.

Lords of the Treasury, Petition to, in relation to the payment of customs,
ii, 163. 165; Letter to, from the Earl of Bellomont, enclosing liis



108 GENERAL IXDEX

proclamation, relative to ports in New Jersey, 221 ; Letter to, from
the Earl of Bellomont, relative to the Ship Hester. 841.
Lords of Trade, Letter to, from Governor Andros, ii, 37; Communica-
tion to, from the Proprietors of East Jersey, 90; IMemorial to, from
Edward Randolph, 181; Extract from minutes of, 132; Memorial to,
from the Proprietors of the several Provinces in America, relating to
Courts of Admiralty there, 133; Letter from, to the Proprietors of
East and West Jersey, 134; Letter fi'om, to Jeremiah Basse, re-
quiring laim to give security before being appointed Deputy Gov-
ernor, 150: Letter to, from Secretary Lownds, transmitting docu-
ments referring to the payment of customs in New York, by the
people in East and West Jersey, 163; Petition of the Proprietors of
East Jersey, relating to ports, referred to theiu, 169; Memorial of
the state of the case submitted to, 171 ; Answer to their inquiries on
the subject from the Attorney-General and the Solicitor-General,
177; Representation from, to the Lords Justices, against the rights
of East Jersey to establish ports, 180; Customs to be paid in New
York by all vessels trading in Hudson's River, 200: Letter from, to
the Earl of Bellomont, relative to ports in New Jersey, 201 ; Letters
to, from the Earl of Bellomont. relative to the same, 216, 222, 234,
241 ; Petition of the Proprietors of East Jersey i-eferred to, 254, 255 ;
Memorial to, from the Proprietors of West Jersey, asking the ap-
pointment of Andrew Hamilton as Governor, 257; Memorial to,
relative to the ship Hester, 259 ; Further memorial, 263 ; Representa-
tion from, to the King, informing him of their determination to
have the claim to a port in New Jersey tried in Westminster Hall,
267; Memorial to. from the Proprietors of East Jersey, relative
thereto, 268; Letter to, from the Earl of Bellomont, 271; Order
referring to them, the approval of Andrew Hamiltom as Governor of
West Jersey, 275 ; Letter to, from Robert Quary. concerning pirates,
277; Memorial to, from the Proprietors of East Jersey, relative to a
surrender of their Government, 294; Letter from, to the Earl of
Bellomont, relative to New Jersey matters, 302 ; Memorial to, from
East Jersey Proprietors, relative to establishing Perth Amboy as a
Port of Entry. 308 ; Letter to, from Governor Basse, with an ac-
count of his administration, 310; Letter to, from the same, trans-
mitting papers, 340; Letter to, from the same, 343, 352; Answer of
the Proprietors of East Jersey to the remonstrance of the inhabi-
tants, referred to them, 344; Ask for the transmission of the pro-
posed surrender of the government of East Jersey, 353; Edward
Randolph reconmiends them to annex East Jersey to New York, and
West Jersey to Pennsylvania, 356; Memorial to, from Jeremiah
Basse, asking for a consideration of the remonstrance of the inhabi-
tants of East Jersey, 357; Letter from, to the Earl of Bellomont.
relative to the boundaries between New York and New Jersey, 367 ;
Memorial to, from Mr. Basse, relative to the surrender of the Gov-



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ernment, 418; Communication from, to the Lords Justices, relative
to the surrender of the government of East and West Jersey by the
Proprietors, 420; Letter to, from Chief- Justice Atwood, 428; Letter
to, from Lewis Morris, relative to Mr. Doekwra's objections lo the
appointment of Andrew Hamilton as Governor of New Jersey, 442;
Representation to the King, transmitting draft of commission, etc..
for the Governor to be appointed over New Jersey, 448; Commission
to Lord Cornbury to i^roelaim Queen Anne in New Jersey, 4)0; The
petition of William Dockwra and Peter Sonmans against Andrew
Hamilton, referred to, 465; Petition of the Proprietors that Hamil-
ton by appointed Governor, referred to, 468; Memorial to, from
William Dockwra and Peter Sonmans, objecting to Hamilton's ap-
pointment as Governor, 470; Draft of a letter conferring temporary
authority upon Lewis Morris, submitted by them for the sig))atuve of
the Queen, 474; Letter to, from Colonel Quary, opposing Andrew
Hamilton, 479; A similar letter to, from Surveyor-General Randolph,
481; Letter to, from Lord Cornbury, relafive to proclaiming the
Queen in New Jersey, 482; Communication from, to the Queen,
recommending that some person not connected with affairs in New
Jersey be appointed Governor, 484; Letter to, from the Earl of


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