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Nottingham, recommending a Council for New Jersey, 486; Com-
mission for Lord Cornbury as Governor of New Jersey, submitted
by, 488; Letter from, to the Earl of Nottingham, relative to the
Council of New Jersey, 502: Letter to, from Lewis Morris, 504;
Letter to, from Lord Cornbury, 5o6; Circular letter from, 5'6d; Let-
ter to Lord Cornbury, relative to the defence of New York, 541 ;
Letter to, from Robert Quary, relative to tlie trouble in New Jersey,
544, — Letter to, from Colonel Robert Quary, iii, 7; Letter to, from
Governor Cornbury, 12 ; Communication to, by Robert Quary, rela-
tive to New Jersey affairs, 13 ; Letter to, from Lord Cornbury, rela-
tive to the same, 28 ; Memorial to, from the Proprietors, adverse to
the appointment of Peter Sonmans and Daniel Coxe as members of
the Council. 35; Answers to the same, 39, 42, 48; Letter to, from
Robert Quary, 52; Letters to, from Lord Cornbury, 54, 64; Cii-cular
letter from, to the Governors of Plantations. 60 ; Petition relative to
the title to Staten Island referred to, 61 ; Letter to, from Lord Corn-
bury, relative to New Jersey affairs, 68; Petition to, froin the West
Jersey Proprietors, relative to the proceedings of Lord Cornbury, 81 ;
Memorial to, from Daniel Coxe and others, relative to New Jersey
affairs, 82; Complaints to, from West Jersey Proprietors, with
request that Lewis Morris be restored to the Council, 85; Letter
from, to Lord Cornbury, 99; Memorial to, proposing Peter Sonmans
for the Council, 101 ; Letter to, from Lord Cornbury relative to New
Jersey affairs, 103; Complaints to, from Lieutenant-Governor
Tngoldsby, concerning Lord Cornbury, 109; Gentlemen for the
Council of New Jersey proposed by, 115; Observations of, on the



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memorial of tlie West Jersey Proprietors against Lord Cornbury,
117; Letter to, from Lord Cornbury relative to his new instructions,
119; Circular letter from, relative to the appointment of John
Bridger as Surveyor of Her Majesty's woods, 122; Letter from, to
Lord Cornbury, relative to New Jersey affairs, and to the complaints
made against him, 124; Asked to appoint Peter Sonmans a member
of Council, 126; Letters from, to Lord Cornbury, 148, 154, IHO, 224;
Circular letter from, with an instniction relative to the attendance of
the members of the several Councils, 241 ; Letter to, from Lord
Cornbury, on New Jersey affairs, 267; Letter to, from Colonel
Quary, relative to the same, 271 ; Letter to, from Lord Cornbury,
with an address of the Council to the Queen, objecting to the pro-
ceedings of the Assembly, 285 ; Submit to the Secretary of State a
draft of a commission to Lord Lovelace to be Governor of New Jer-
sey, 298; Representation of, on Lord Lovelace's instructions, 309;
Communication from, to Lord Lovelace, o23; Letter to, from the
Earl of Sunderland relative to Le%vis Morris, 328; Reply to the
same, 328; Letter to, from Lord Lovelace, 359; Letter to, from
Lieutenant-Governor Ingoldsby relative to New Jersey, affairs, 460;
Letter to, from Colonel Nicholson and Colonel Vetch relative to the
Quakers, 464; Letter to, from Lieutenant-Governor Ingoldsby rela-
tive to the proceedings of the Assembly, 467; Representation of, to
the Queen, relative to the commission of Lieutenant-Governor
Ingoldsby, 469; Repi'esentation of, to the Queen, relative to an act
regulating Negro, Indian and Mulatto slaves, etc., in New Jersey,
473; Pvlemorial to. with documents, relative to Lewis Morris and
others, 476; Memorial to, from Proprietors of New Jersey, asking
tor a change in the Council, 497; Ask for the restoration of Lewis
Morris to the Council of New Jersey, 499. — Letter to Governor
Hunter, iv, 2; Letter to, from the same, respecting an intended
meeting of the New Jersey Assembly, 11 ; From the same, respecting
the place of meeting of said Assembly, 16; Letter to, from Governor
Hunter, with documents, referring to affairs in East Jersey, 51;
Reply from, to said letter, 113; Memorial to, from the New Jersey
Proprietors, relative to the disputes between the Council and the
Assembly, 140; Letter to, from Governor Hunter, relative to changes
in the New Jersey Council, 149; Action of, in relation to the New
Jersey Council, asked by Governor Hunter, 151; Communication
from, to the Queen, relative to the changes in the New Jersey
Council, 169; Letters to, from Governor Hunter, relative to New
Jersey affairs, 171, 174; Letter from, to Governor Hunter, relative to
the Council of New Jersey, 182; Letter to, from Governor Hunter,
relative to New Jersey affairs, 195; Letter to, from Lord Cornbury,
relative to certain acts of the New Jersey Assembly, 199; Prepare new
commission for Governor Hunter, 202; Letter of, to the Bishop of
London, relative to the character of missionaries, 212; Letter to,



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. lU

from Governor Hunter, relative to certain acts of the New Jersey-
Assembly, 221; Letter from, to Governor Hunter, relative to
New Jersey affairs, 237; Letters to. from Governor Hunter,
relative to New Jersey affairs, 230, 255. 260, 264, 273; Memorial
to, from Thomas Coram, relative to hemp and iron, 286 ;
Letter to, from Governor Hunter, 811; Letter from, to the
King, recommending the approval of the act allowing Quakers to
affirm, 334; Letter from, to Governor Hunter, relative to his various
communications, 335; Representation from, to the King, naming
commissioners for trying pirates. 339; Scheme, or treatise, relating
to Plantations, referred to, 345; Letter to, from Governor Hunter,
relating to New Jersey affairs, 363; Representation of, to the King,
relative to the petition against the Quakers, 366; Letter to, from
Governor Hunter, transmitting papers, 386; Letter to, from Peter
Schuyler, relating to Surveyor Jarratt, 431, 438; Letter to, from
Lewis Morris, relative to the boundaiy line, etc.. 439; Letter
from, to Secretary Craggs, transmitting the commission of William
Burnet as Governor of New York and New Jersey, 447.— Communi-
cation to the King, with draft of instructions to Governor Burnet,
V, 1; Letter from, to Governor Burnet, relative to Secretary Smith's
fees, 4; Letter to, relative to exportation of copper ore from New
.lersey, 7; Letter to, from Governor Burnet, relative to the New
Jersey Assembly, 8 ; Letter from, to the Lords of the Treasury, re-
ferring to the matter of exportation of copper ore from New Jersey,
9; Letter to, from Governor Burnet, relating to the proceedings of
the Assembly and the Council of New Jersey, 10: Representation of,
respecting the Islands in Delaware River, 18; Letter to, from Gov-
ernor Burnet, relative to New Jersey affairs, 32; Letter from, to
Governor Burnet, relative to vacancies in the New Jersey Council,
51; Memorial to, relative to improvements in the production of naval
stores in the Colonies, 68; Letter from, to Governor Burnet, 70; Re-
port to, on the proposed alterations in the Constitution of New Jer-
sey, 73; Letter to, from Governor Burnet, relative to paper money,
75;' Representation of, to the King, respecting the manner of electing
representatives to the Assembly, 83; Letter to, from Governor Bur-
net, relative to New Jersey affairs, 104; Letter to, from Galfridus
Gray, relative to encroachments of the Indians, 107, 112; Letters
to, from Governor Burnet, 117; Letter from, to Governor Burnet,
relative to gold and silver mines in New Jersey, 120; Letter from,
to Governor Burnet, relative to paper money, 156; From the same^
relative to interest money, 165; Representation from, to the King,
with commissions of John Montgomerie as Governor of New York
and New Jersey, 167; Letter to, from Governor Montgomerie, 167;
Letter to, from Governor Burnet, transmitting documents, 181;
Letter to, from Governor Montgomerie, announcing his arrival in
New York. 184; Letter from, to Governor Montgomerie, relative to



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interest money and paper bills, '200; Letter to, from Sir William
Keith, relative to certain manufaetxires, 203; Letter to, from Gov-
ernor Montgomerie, relative to New Jersey affairs, 206; Represen-
tation of, to the Privy Council, relative to certain manufactures in
the Plantations, 207; Representation from, to the King, relative to
the partition line between East and West Jersey, 213; Letter
to, from Governor Montgomerie, relative to New Jersey affairs. 224;
Letter from, relative to certain acts passed by the New Jersey Assem-
bly, 247; Letter to, from Governor Montgomerie, relative to the pay-
ment of interest money for incidental expenses, 249; Answer to the
same, 200; Infoi-med of the death of Governor Montgomerie, i94,
295; Letter from, to Governor Montgomerie, 302; Memorial to,
from the Felt Makers' Company, 306; Letter to, from Lewis Morris,
relative to the proceedings of Governor Cosby, 349; Letter to, fiom
Governor Cosby, respecting certain acts of the New Jersey Assembly,
364; Address of, to the Queen, relative to the complaints against
James Alexander, Lewis Morris and Rip Van Dam, 408; Petition of
Richard Partridge for a separate Governor for New Jersey referred
to, 448; Letter to, from Lewis Morris, asserting his claims to the
Presidency of the Council of New Jersey, 472; Complaints of Presi-
dent Hamilton against Lewis Morris, 478; Letter from, to the Duke
of Newcastle, relative to the difficulties in New Jersey, 479; An-
nounces the appointment of Lord Dela-Wari*, as Governor of New
York and New Jersey, 490. — Representation to the King, with a
draft of commission for Lewis Morris, as Governor of New Jersey,
vi, 1; Report of, on the currency in America, 78; Report of, with
additional instructions to the Governors in America, 94-98; Report
of, relative to bills of credit, 122; Communication from, relative to
ensigns borne by ships having private commissions, 1S8; Letter to,
from Governor Morris, relative to New Jersey affairs, ISO; Memorial
to, relative to the purchasing of lands from the Indians, 142; Petition
of the inhabitants of Elizabethtovvn referred to, 2C5: Recommenda-
tions of, for the Council, 237; Representation of, proposing the re-
peal of the act regulating fees, 238; Letter to, from James Alexander
and Robert Hunter Morris, giving an account of the Provinces, 419 ;
Representation of, respecting the petition of Mr. Partridge for lib-
erty to issue bills of credit in New Jersey, 433; Letter to, written at
the request of President Hamilton, 446; Petition of Jonathan
Belcher referred to, 449; Report of, on said petition, 4ri3: Death of
President Hamilton, announced to, 462. — Letter to, from the Duke
of Newcastle, relative to the instructions for Governor Belcher, vii,
1; Reply of, with a draft of comnjission for Governor Belcher, 2;
Informed of the arrival of Governor Belcher in his government, 29;
Letter of congratulation from, to Governor Belcher, 96; Letter to,
from Governor Belcher, relative to certain acts of the Legislature,
140; Letter to, from Governor Clinton, relative to the New York and



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New Jersey division line, 159; Letter to, from Governor Belcher. 110:
Petition to, from the executors of Lewis Morris to pay las salary.
171; Extracts from letters of, to Lewis Morris, relative to paper cur-
rency, 172; Reply of, to the petition of the executors of Lewis Mor-
I'is, 173; Petition of, relative to the division line between New York
and New Jersey, 226 ; Letter to, from the Council of New Jersey
relative to the riots, 236; Certain queries made by, answered by Gov-
ernor Belcher, 243; Letter to, from Governor Belcher, relative to the
riots, 249, 293 ; Letter from, to Matthew Lamb, relative to an act of
New Jersey, ohjliging Sheriffs to give security, 296; Proposals from,
with regard to the disturbances in New Jersej", 311-316; Letter to,
from Governor Belcher, respecting the proceedings of the Assembly,
361 ; Representation of the Assembly to, relative to arrears of salary
due to the late Governor Morris, 359; Repi'esentation of, on the state
of the Province of New Jersey, 466; Notified of the suspension from
Council of John Coxe, 540; Letter from, to Governor Belcher, rela-
tive to the behavior of the Assembly, 551 ; Propose David Ogden as a
member of the Council in place of John Coxe. 578; Propose Lewis
M. Ashfield to supply a vacancy in the Council by the death of Rich-
ard Smith, 585; Object to Samuel Smith and William Morris as
members of the Council, 585; Answer to the objections, from Gov-
ernor Belcher, 607; Governor Belcher to, in relation to Lewis Morris
Ashfield, 623. — Letter to, from Governor Belcher, relative to the
Council of New Jersey, viii. Part I, 13; Memorial to. relative to the
same, 18; Report of, relative to the improper publication in New
Jersey of one of their orders, 28; Letter to, from Governor Belcher,
relative to the proceedings of the New Jersey Council, 60; Circular
letter from, to the Governors of the Colonies, 63; Accounts of various
officers transmitted to, 65; Refusal of a seat in the Council to
Lewis M. Ashfield, referred to. 111; Governor Belcher's cours-e
toward Mr. Ashfield, disapproved by, 124; Opinion of, on the
boundaries between New York and New Jersey, 128; Governor
Belcher desired by them to give aid to the missionaries for propagat-
ing the Gospel in New Jersey, 140; Circular letter from, relative to a
proposed interview with the Six Nations of Indians, 156; Draft of in-
structions to Governors, relative to appeals in cases of error, l^S;
Recommend the King to allow the Governor of New Jersey to assent
to the bill for the issue of £60,000 in bills of credit, 196; Proceed-
ings of the New Jersey Council and Assembly transmitted, 287;
Comments of, upon the action of the New Jersey Legislature
in regard to the common defence against the French, 294; Letter
from, to Lieutenant-Governor De Lancey, relative to the boundary
line, 297. — Letter from, to Sir Thomas Robinson, with a plan of
general defence for the Colonies, viii, Part II, 1 ; Memorial of
Richard Partridge to, relative to emitting £70,0C0 in bills of credit,
95; Representation from, to the King, upon the petition of the
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House of Representatives of New Jersey, relative to bills of credit,
100; Recommend Thomas Pownall as Lieutenant-Governor of New
Jersey, 103; Communication from, to the Lords Justices, relative to
the boundary beti'een New York and New Jersey, 108; Reply of, to
letters of Governor Belcher, 124; Recommend the appointment of a
commission to arrange the boundary difficulties, 131); Recommend
the establishment of packet-boats between England and the Colonies,
138; Circular letter from, relative to the establishment of packet-
boats, 146; Queries from, to Governor Belcher, and answers from,
185; Commend the services of New Jersey in defending the country.
20G; Letter from, to Governor Hardy, relative to commissions for
settling the boundary controversies, 2J3; Informed of the death of
James Alexander, 314; Direct Governor Belcher, if unable to attend
meetings of the Governors, to depute Lieutenant-Governor Pownall,
215; Representation of, to the King, on the state of the different
Colonies, 316; Prepare warrant appointing William Aynsley Chief-
Justice, 347. — Letter to, from Thomas Pownall, ix, 1; Propose
Francis Bernard as Governor, 21: Report of. on a bill for issuing
£00.00) in liJUs of credit, 34; Report draft of instructious for Gov-
ernor Bernard. 38: Refer certain questions to the Solicitor-General,
113; Report of, on a bill for emitting £89,000 in bills of credit, 113;
Representation from, to the King, relative to a law for issuing bills
of credit without a suspending clause, 147; Answer of, to several
communications from Governor Bernard, 153; Report to the Privy
Council, draft of instructions to, relative to passing bills authorizing
the emission of bills of credit, 156; Letters to, from Governor
Bernard, relative to the raising of troops and money bills, 168, 170;
Propose Nathaniel Jones to be Chief-Justice of New Jersey, 172;
Inform Governor Bernard that he has been appointed Governor of
Massachusetts, 188; Letter from, on the pretentions of R. II. Morris
to resume the office of Chief-Justice, I'Jl ; Representation from, to
the King, respecting the dispute between R. II. Morris and N. Jones
for the office of Chief-Justice, 230; Prepare a draft of a proclamation
for the Colonies, of George III as King, 341 ; Circular letter from, to
the Governors in North America, relative to the old seals, 243;
Instructions from, to the same, relative to alterations in the prayers
for the Royal family, 344; Give directions relative to seals for the
Colonies, 347; Informed by Governor Boone of the amicable proceed-
ings of the last Assembly, 248; Directed to prepare warrants for con-
tinuing Christopher Coates and Joseph Worrell as Secretary and Attor-
ney-General of New Jersey. 357; Proposition of, that Josiah Hardy be
appointed Governor of New Jersey, approved, 359; Informed by Gov-
ernor Boone in regard to raising additional troops, and other mat-
ters, 360; Representation of, relative to the dispute for the office of
Chief-Justice of New Jersey, 364; Present instructions for Governor
Hardy, 373; Present to the King the names of persons to be commis-



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sioners for trying pirates. 282 ; Draft instructions to the Governor rela-
tive to the alterations in the prayers for the Royal family, 302 ; Prepare
draft of instructions to the Governors relative to interferences with
the Indians, and the tenure of commissions to judges and other
officers, 321; Recommend the disapproval of two acts passed in
New Jersey in April, 1761, 331; Ask for the removal of Governor
Hardy, 360; Informed by Governor Hardy of the death of Andrew
Johnson and recommended to appoint Stephen Skinner as his suc-
cessor as Treasurer, 366; Present draft of alterations in the prayers
for the Royal family, 375; Do not object to issuing certain sums of
paper money for providing a house for the Governor, 396; Represen-
tation of, relative to hemp, paper money, duties upon beaver skins
and whale fins, 405; Report draft of instructions in regard to fees
taken in the several offices of Government in the American Colonies,
440 ; Propose Frederick Smyth and James Parker for the Council of
New Jersey. 442 ; Propose the repeal of an act for rendering void the
lottery made by Peter Gordon, 443; Approve the conduct of Gov-
ernor Franklin, and do not object to a duty on the importation of
negroes, 444; To Governor Franklin respecting marriage licenses,
520; Transmit to the Duke of Grafton copies of papers relating to
the riots growing out of the Stamp Act. 527 ; Report the annual ex-
pense of the Colonies, and their indebtedness at the end of the late
war, 533; Require from the several Governors an account of the
manufactures in their respectiA^e governments, 563; Propose com-
missioners for settling boundary line between New York and New
Jersey, 623; Announce to Governor Franklin the King's displeasure
with the Assembly for not obeying the Act of Parliament in regard
to mutiny and desertion, 636. — Recommend the repeal of the act
relative to commissioners for supplying barracks, x, 26; Recom-
mend the disallowance of the act for issuing £100,000 in bills of
credit, 106; Also the act relative to the common lands in the town-
ship of Bergen, 188; Representation of, in relation to an act regu-
lating the practice of the law in New Jersey, 199; To Governor
Franklin, relative to acts of the Assembly concerning creditors,
and concerning aliens, 300; Present to tlie King a draft of instruc-
tions to Governors relative to the naturalization of aliens, divorces
and title to lands, 410, 411; Rscomraend Francis Hopkins for the
Council of New Jersey, 455.

Lost, Francis, iv, 188.

Lot, Benthal, i, 49.

Lotteries, Peter Gordon's, ix, 443, 446, 458, 487. — Governors of the Colo-
nies instructed in regard to raising of money by, x, 104, 108; Obser-
vations of Governor Franklin upon the act relative to, 387; Con-
sidered by the King, 416; Report of Richard Jackson upon, 508.

Loudoun (Lowden, Loudon), Earl of, viii. Part I, 9:5 — viii. Part II, 206;
Appointed commander-in-chief of all the forces in America, 209;



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Referred to, 220, 222, 241 ; Notified that no further embargo is to be
laid on corn or other grain, 248; Informed of the death of Governor
Belcher, 259, and objections of John Reading to assume the chief
authority, 259; Referred to, 267— ix, 17.
Loughenner, Abraham, x. 718.
Love, John, ii, 42-61, 65-7:^, 79.

Lovelace, Governor Francis, i, 72, 76; Letter from, to Captain Carr,
reproving him for neglecting his duty in regard to the Indian
murders at Matiniconk Island, 79; Letter to, from the Duke of
York, confirming the grant to Berkeley and Carteret, 97, 108;
Referred to, 121.

Lovelace, Lord John, Appointed Governor of New Jersey, iii, 298, 309;
Instructions to, as Governor of New Jersey, 316; Communication to,
from the Lords of Trade, 323; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade,
359; Notice of, 359; Speech of, to the Assembly, 361; Address of
the Assembly to, 362; Address to, from the Assembly, condemning
Peter Sonmans, 374; Address to, from the same, relative to Peter
Fauconnier, 379; From the same, to the same, expressing their want
of confidence in the Council, 379; Address of congratulation to, from
Lewis Morris, 380; Verses ridiculing said address, 381-385; Address
of the Lieutenant-Governor and Council of New Jersey to, relative
to the proceedings of the Assembly, 390; Referred to, 457, 461, 464;
Notice of, 466; Referred to, 469, 497, 500— iv, 24, 47, 77. 298—
X, 225.

Lovelace, Lady, iv, 10, 46, 131, 371.

Lovelace, Thomas, i, 76.

Loveridge, John, iii, 448, 453.

Lovett, Jonathan, iv, 310.

Lovet, Samuel, i, 269, 288.

Low, Isaac, x, 530, 561, 587.

Low, John, vi, 294, 316, 317, 356, 408— vii, 18, 48, 64, 123, 127, 198, 474
— viii. Part II, 158, 174, 177, 182.

Lowe, Joseph, iv, 344, 245.

Lowerus, Henry, x, 718.

Lowndes, Thomas, Letter from, to Sir William Keith, respecting the
manufacture of pot and pearl ashes in the Plantations, v, 245;
Answer to the same, 246.

Lownds, William, Secretary to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury,
ii, 163, 165; Letters to, from Secretary Popple, 168, 244.— Referred
to, iii, 329: Letter from, relative to the petition of John Keble,
341, 347.

Lloyd, David, ii, 122.

Lloyd, John, iv, 113.

Lloyd, Jo., iv, 344, 345.

Lowrensi, Laurence, ii, 326.

Lubertse, John, ii, 326.



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Luear, William. Affidavit of, in support of the remonstrance of the As-
sembly against Governor Cornbury, iii. lOU; Referred to, 301, 211.

Lucas, John, i, 289.

Lucas, Nicholas, Quintipartite deed to, from Sir George Carteret, i, 205;
Instructions from, and others, to their Commissioners in West Jer-
sey, 219; Name to concessions, etc., to West Jersey, 268; Grant to
him and others from the Duke of York, 324, 386. — Referred to, ii,
62, 388.

Lucas, Robert, i, 289.

Ludington, Thomas, ii, 336.

Ludwell, Colonel, ii, 120.

Luke, John, ii, 315.

Luke, William, ii, 315.

L^^natics, Governors of Colonies authorized to issue commissions for the
care and custody of, x, 370, 371; Governor Franklin in relation to,
382.

Lurting, Robert, v, 153, 154.

Luse, Zepheniah, Captain, ix, 185, 186.

Lydall, Thomas, vii, 427.

Lyell, David, ii, 171, 177, 186-193, 198, 213, 263; Surrenders the Gov-
ernment of East Jersey, 387; Signs the surrender of the Government,
456-460: Objected to as a member of Council, 488. — West Jersey
Proprietor, iii. 314. — Recommended for the Council, iv, 63; Notice
of, 63; Recommended for the Council, 217, 227; Member of Council,
253, 299; Referred to. 313, 334; One of the Commissioners to try
pirates, 340; Payments to, 370, 371; Referred to, 373, 394.— Member
of Council, v, 3, 34; Money paid to, 135, 143, 146, 148, 151.— Dead,
vi, 352.

Lyell, Penwick, v, 155. — Member of Governor Morris' Council, vi, 14, 15,
109: Deceased, 237.

Lyman, Major-General Phineas, second in command to Major-General
Johnston, viii, Part II, 164.

Lynch, Thomas, x, 530.

Lyndsley, Ebenezer, vii, 458.

Lyndsley, Elisha, v, 351 — vii, 458.

Lyon, Benjamin, ii, 129, 326, 334, 339— iii, 199, 496.

Lyon. Ebenezer. ii, 129, 334, 397— iii, 486— v, 155.

Lyon. Eliphalet, x, 717.

Lyon (Lyen), Henry, i, 396. 320— ii, 129, 327.

Lyon, Isaac, vi, 402.

Lyon, Jacob, x, 718.

Lyon, Joseph, ii, 123, 327, 334, 339, 396— iii, 199, 211, 406.



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M.

MeConnel, John, x, 718.

MeConnell, Thomas, Affidavit of, respecting the Newark riots, vi, 430.


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