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McCook, , X, 520.

McDonald, William, Captain, ix, 18G.

McEleson, Joamis, ii, 327.

McEvers, John, vi, 169-171— ix, 179.

Maehielson, Elias, ni, 483; Justice of the Peace for Essex County, 495.

McKay, James, vii, 423.

Mackdowalle, Alexander, v, 155.

MeKean, Rev. Robert, ix, 338, 340.

McKean, Thomas, x, 728.

McKeilson, Elias, ii, 313, 333.

Mackelson, Enoch, Member of the Assembly, iii, 295.

McKenzie, ^iieas, iv, 174; Certificate of, in behalf of Thomas Gordon,

attacked by Jacob Henderson, 181.
McKenzie, Sir George, ix, 337.

Maekhackamack. vui. Part I, 207; Riots near to, 208, 209.
Macldnsey, Thomas, iv, 310.
McKnight, Charles, x, 345.
McPherson, Gillis, x, 717.
McRanke, Edward, x, 717.
McUrdy, James, x, 717.
McWhertor, Alexander, x, 345.
Macy, George, i, 369.
Maddocks, John, i, 269, 414.
Madge, Charles, ii, 47.
Madge, Humjihrey, ii, 47.
Magie, John, x, 717.

Magriger, Patrick, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 460.
Mahurin, Seth, x, 718.
Mair, Arthur, ix, 365.

Major, Mr., His Majesty's Chief Engraver of seals, ix, 347.
Maker, Joseph, Jr., ii, 396.
Mall, Jorat, ii, 396.
Malows, Henry, iii, 355.
Malster, William, i. 227, 283, 284, 414.
Manamowaone, i, 16, 18.

Maneton, Lands at, sold by John Fenwick, i, 413.
Manickty, Indian Chief, i, 182.

Manning (Mannen), Benjamin, ii, 316, 326, 397— iii, 486, 487.
Manning, James, ii, 326, 396.
Manning, John, ii, 327, 397.

Manning (Mannen), Joseph, ii, 316, 326, 396— iii. 486.
Manufactures, Letter relative to, from Sir William Keith, v, 203; liCtter



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL D0CUME:NTS. 119

respecting the same, from another source, 204; Representation by
the Lords of Trade, relative to, 207 ; Memorial, asking that hats worn
in the Colonies be all made in Great Britain, 306; Memorial against
laws prejudicial to manufactures in Great Britain, 308. — Promotion
of, viii. Part 1, 108, 109; Quality and sorts of New Jersey, Part II,
82. — Suppressing those prejudicial to commerce, is, 273; Disadvan-
tages to, in England, 420; Circular letter, relative to, 568; Of pig
and bar iron, 583. — In New Jersey, x, 29, 442.

Marcelissen, Peter, i, 125.

March, George, i, 50.

March, Hugh, i, 50.

Marinus, John, x, 718.

Markham, WiUiam, ii, 120.

Marlow, Gregory, i, 239.

Marriages, births and burials, x, 452.

Marriage licences, ix, 504, 520.

Marriott, Abraham, v, 187.

Marriot, Isaac, i, 269.

Mars, Joseph, ii, 326.

Marsh, John, i, 465— ii, 326.

Marsh, Robert, ii, 129.

Marsh, Samuel, i, 50, 82.

Marshall, John, iv, 310.

Martin, David, Letter from, to Governor Belcher, relative to the riots
in Hunterdon County, vii, 86.

Martin, Hugh, vii, 606.

Martin, Josiah, ix, 283.

Martin, Richard, i, 480.

Martin, Samuel, x, 717.

Martin, Sarah, Affidavit of, relative to the riot at Perth Amboy, vi, 400
—vii, 449.

Martyn, John, i, 82.

Maryland. Quota of troops from, for the defence of New York, ii, 134;
Illegal trading in, 360, — Contribution from, for the fortification on
the northern frontier, viii. Part I, 194, 196.

Maskell, Daniel, x, 531.

Maskell, Thomas, iv, 215— x, 531.

Mason, John, v, 133, 137, 141.

Mason, Thomas, v, 133, 137, 141.

Massacher, John, vii, 372, 373, 444.

Massachusetts, Illegal trade with, ii, 123, 301; Quota of troops for the
defence of New York, 134 — viii. Part I, 195; Raising troops. Part II,
128; Controversies between it and New York and New Jersey, 212. —
Letter of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, denounced by
the King, x, 14; Governor Franklin, relative to the same, 34, 36;
Secretary Hillsborough, relative to the same, 45, 58.



120 GENEKAL INDEX

Master, Frances, i, 51.

Master, William, i, 269,

Mathamek, i, 1.

Mather, Increase, vii, 618.

Mathews, Richard, i, 268.

Mathews, Thomas, Charges against, i, 416, 420; Proclamation of Gov-
ernor Penn against, 422.

Mathews, Vincent, vi, 166.

Mathie, John, iv, 10.

Matiniconck Island, Indian murders at, i. 72, 74 ; Lease of, to Robert
Stacy, 286 ; Petition in favor of Henry Jacobs, tenant in possession
of, 287; Referred to, 417— x, 51.").

Matlock, William, i, 288— v, 187.

Matson, Peter, ii, 146.

Mattano, i, 16, 18.

Matthews, Captain Peter, ii, 113, 2o5, 399.

Mattiven, James, x, 273.

Mattowacks (Matawaeks), or Long Island, i, 3, 157 — x, 120.

Mattulx, Luis, i, 51.

Mavericke, Samuel, Letter from, to Lord Arlington, relative to the grants
to Berkeley and Carteret, i, 57.

Maxwell, William, Ensign, ix, 185, 187.

Mayo, Richard, ii, 42-62. 66-74, 79.

Meaker (Meeker), Benjamin, ii, 129, 326, 334, 397— iii, 199, 211.

Meaker (Meeker), John, ii, 129, 334, 339, 396— iii, 201, 486, 496.

Meaker (Meeker), Joseph, i, 82, 84— ii, 129, 326, 334, 397— iii, 202, 210.

Meaker (Meeker), William, i. 50, 65; Indicted for riotous conduct, i, 82,
84; Letter relative to his conduct, from Lords Berkeley and Carteret,
to the Governor and Council of New Jersey, 104; Complaint against
Samuel Moore, 149; Petition from, 320; Case of, against William
Pardon, 334; Note on. 334; Referred to, 336, 337— ii, 339— iii, 496.

Meekenzie (McKinzie), Sir George, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 441, 457,
460. 463.

Meekenzie, Keneth, i, 530.

Medcalfe, Matthew, ii, 148.

Meeeh, Thomas, ii, 481.

Meekat, John, ii, 326.

Meeker (Miaker), Timothy, vi, 351— vii, 458.

Meeker, See also Meaker.

Megie, John, ii, 129, 326, 397.

Mehelm, John, x, 458, 479, 697.

Mebemickwon, Indian King, iv, 277.

Mekowetiok, i, 1.

Melfort, Earl of. An East Jersey Proprietor, i. 490, 499, 500. 508, 513,
528— ii, 10, 26, 32, 202.

Melleehap, i, 369.



NEW JEK8EY COLONIAL D0CU3IEXTS. 121

Mellin. Robert, Difficulties with Peter Sonmans, iii, 37G, 42o'-43!), 447, 452.

Meiven, James, ii, 332.

Melyn (Moleyn), Jacob, i, 122, 128, 133.

Menville (Mienville, Monviele), Gabriel, ii, 106, 237.

Mercell, William, ii, 396.

Merret, Isaac, Recommended for Council of Governor Hunter, iii, 498.

Merrett, William, i, 521— ii, 326.

Merrick, William, ii, 236, 313.

Merry, Mr., iv, 152.

Moservie, Captain, i, 317, 318.

Mew, Richard, i, 268; An East Jersey Proprietor, 366, 383, 424, 433,
434, 437, 442, 446, 448, 451, 454, 46"^, 474, 482, 483, 529— ii, 205.

Meyer, E., i, 269.

Mice, Pier, ii. 397.

Michell, Archibald, ii. 148.

Michel (Mitchell), Charles, ii, 42-61, 65-73, 79, 99; Signs the surrender
of the government, 456-460; Asks the appointment of Andrew Ham-
ilton as Governor, 470. — Signs Memorial, iv, 396.

Michel, Charles. Jr., A West Jersey Proprietor, iii, 95, 498.

Michel (Mitchell), Francis, ii, 42-62, 66-74, 79; Signs the surrender of
the government, 456-460; Asks the appointment of Andrew Hamil-
ton as Governor, 470.— Signs, iii, 38, 82, 95, 302, 498— iv, 141.

Michell, Richard, i, 83, 84.

Michel, Robert, ii, 42-61, 65-73, 76, 79, 88, 92, 95, 99, 186-194, 258, 276,
300. 303; Signs the surrender of the government, 456-460; Asks the
appointment of Andrew Hamilton as Governor, 470. — Signs as a
Proprietor, iii, 38, 51, 82, 95. 302; Refuses to sign Sonmans' Com-
mission, 314, 498. — Referred to, iv, 141.

Michelses, Hartman, ii, 326.

Mickle, John, v, 133, 139, 141, 211— vi. 202.

Mickle, William, viii. Part II, 151.

Micklethwart, Joseph, Signs the surrender of the government, ii, 456-
460. — Memorial of, iii, 95.

Mico, Joseph, Autograph, v, 510. — Referred to, vii, 326.

Middlesex County, Minutes of the Court of, ii, 315. — Petition of, to the
Assembly, against Peter Sonmans, iii, 445; Report on said petition,
447. — Further petition of, iv, 8; Freeholders' books altered, 97-99;
Petition of, against the election of Thomas Farmer, 186; Taxes, 368.
— Petition of, for a separate Governor, v, 444. — List of rioters in, vi,
455; Charge to the Grand Jury of, 456. — The jail of broken open»
viii. Part I, 43; Petition of land owners in, 54-56.

Middleton, Henry, x, 529.

Middleton. Hugh, iv, 36, 125.

Middleton, Nathan, v, 187.

Middleton, Thomas, v, 187.

Middletown, Oath of allegiance taken by the inhabitants, i, 51: Proclam-



122 GEKEKAL IXDEX

ationof the Governor and Council relative to the inhabitants of, 08;
Warrant from Governor Carteret for the seizure of a paper against
the laws, signed by the inhabitants of, 61; Confirmation to, of cer-
tain privileges, 8S; Relations with the Council of New Netherlands,
12:3, 12."), 1-37, 139, 130. 1:34, 135, 14-2, 143, 3)3.— Courts at, ii. 36-2,
364.

Mifflin, John, Jr., i, 289.

Mifflin, John, Sr , i, 289.

Mifflin, Thomas, x, 529, 574.

Higgle, Archibald, ii, 380.

Miles (Myles), John, ii, 129, 326, 3 54, 33!), 395— iii, 490.

Military Affairs, The immediate dispatch of troops to Albany ui-ged by
Governor Hunter, iv, IS')-, Supplies for troops, 13o; Discharging
volunteers, 136; Troops at Amboy, 137; Troops and money raised by
Governor Hunter for the Canadian expedition, 138. — Condition of
militia in New Jersey, v, 319.— Number of fighting men, including
regular forces, in the Colonies, vi, 89, 90 ; Troops raised in New Jer-
sey, 99, 102; Abstract of a bill for settling and better regulating the
militia of New Jersey, 191 ; Action of the Assembly on said bill, 247-
249; Troops raised for the expedition to Canada, 871, 378; Number
of men in the several companies under command of Colonel Peter
Schuyler, 424; Mutiny of the troops under command of Colonel
Schuyler, 447; Payment of the troops sent against Canada, 4")1. —
The New Jersey Assembly vote £15,000 for the suj^port of Colonel
Schuyler's regiment, viii, Part II, 11; Four new regiments to be
raised, 17; Order settling the rank of officers serving with the Pro-
vincial forces in North America, 29; Number of militia in New Jer-
sey, 84; The King intends to augment the regiments in America. 92;
A regiment raised by the Assembly, 106; Governor Shirley in relation
to. 111; Reported defeat of General Braddock, 117-120; Letter from
Governor Belcher to Governor Dinwiddle, relative to, 122; Message
from Governor Belcher relative to, 128; Condition of the forces on
the frontier, 131; Governor Belcher relative to raising additional
troops, 135; Supplies for the troops, 140; Movements of the same,
143; Letter from Governor Belcher relative to, 148; Invasion of the
Province, 156; Colonels of militia ordered to muster their regiments,
157; Threatened invasion of the French and Indians, 158; Move-
ment of troops, 160; Condition of, 161, 162, 168; Colonels of regi-
ments directed to move to the Delaware River, 174; Defence of the
frontier, 179; Letter from Governor Belcher relative to, 180; Aug-
mentation of the forces in New Jersey asked for, 201 ; Earl of Loudoun
appointed Commander-in-Chief of all the forces in America. 209;
Additional troops called for, 241.— Warrant settling the rank of
Provincial officers, ix, 10; Invasion of Canada, 111; Money required
for continuing the war, 137; Estimate for raising, paying and cloth-
ing 1,000 men, 143; Preparations urged for the invasion of Canada,



NEW JEKSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 123

149; Act for raising 1,000 men passed, 166, 168; Amount of money
raised for purposes of the war, 167; The New Jersey regiment arrives
at Albany, 174; Defeat of the French army in Canada, 183; Officers
of tlie New Jersey regiments in the French war, 184-187; Comments
of Governor Bernard on the bill for raising troops in the Province,
224; David Price ordered to impress vessels to transport troops to
New Jersey, 246; Act passed for raising additional troops in New
Jersey, 260, 261; Part of the New Jersey regiments continued, 299;
Circular letter to the Governors relative to recruiting the regular
regiments in America, 330; Condition of the militia in New Jersey,
367; Forces raised for marching against the Indians, 398, 400, 428,
431; Letter from General Gage relative to, 432; Inequality of the
expense of quartering the troops in the Colonies. 642. — Law for pro-
viding quarters for the King's troops, x, 12; Commissioners for sup-
plying barracks, 26; Act of Legislature for quartering the troops, 32;
Act relative to supplying barracks repealed by the King, 41 ; Gover-
nor Franklin in relation to barracks, 84 ; The same, in relation to
provision for the King's troops, 141, 201, 203; Secretary Hillsborough
in relation to the same, 219; Recruiting parties, 230; Assembly
refuse to provide for the King's troops, 237: Assemblymen of Hun-
terdon County instructed to oppose the quartering of troops in the
Province, 269 ; Supplies for the troops still refused by the Assembly,
297, 304; The Assembly consents to pay the arrears due to the
troops, and the debt incurred during the late war, 321; Secretary
Hillsborough in relation to arrears due to the troops, 323; Money
granted for the support of the King's troops, 378 ; Number of men
in New Jersey capable of bearing arms in 1772, 446; Proceedings of
the King's troops at Concord, 590; Movement of troops in New Jer-
sey and Philadelphia, 644; Congress of New Jersey assumes com-
mand of the militia of that State, 659; Troops and money raised in
New Jersey, 669.

Militia, See Military Affairs.

Millard, Charles, iv, 310.

Miller, Charles, iv, 98.

Miller, Eben, viii, Part II, 151-153, 233, 234.

Miller, Elizabeth, Signs the surrender of the Government, ii, 456-460.

Miller, Ephraim, Lieutenant, ix, 185.

Miller, Henry, i, 510.

Miller, Isaac, x, 717.

Miller, John, x, 718.

MUler. John, Jr., of Jrs., x. 718.

Miller, Richard, ii, 334.

Miller, Samuel, ii, 339.

Miller, Thomas, ii, 470. — Afl3davit of, respecting the Newark riots, vi,
430; Referred, to, 431.

Miller, William, ii, 129, 397.



124 GENERAL INDEX

Mills, Daniel, ii. 148.

Mills, James, ii, 417.

Mills, Jedediah, x, 207-212, 279.

Mills, William, ix, 4.

Milner, Samuel, Grand Juror, Essex County, iii, 496.

Mines, Memorial of John Gosling respecting, v, 36; Ijetter from Gover-
nor Burnet, relative to gold and silver mines in, 74; Opinion of the
Attorney and Solicitor Generals as to the ownership of, 64; Letters
from the Lords of Trade, relative to, 120, 156. — Articles of association
to work in New Jersey and elsewhere, ix, 318. — In New Jersey,
X, 44.-5.

Mingaghque, Relations with Bergen, i. 145, 151.

Minisink, Indians of, i, 458; Lands, 459 — ii, 48; Journal of a visit to, by
Arent Schuyler, 103.— Island of, vi, 163, 165, 166, 170.— Patent, viii.
Part I, 135, 174, 208, 210, 211, 223, 232, 266, 274-276, 281, 290, 291.
— Memorial of the Proprietors of, viii. Part II, 20; Highways laid
out through, 23; Referred to, 28, 180; Claimed by New York, 33. 75;
A town burnt in, 181, 184, 185.

Minnevarre, Laird of, ix, 337, 338.

Minniell, G., Mayor of New York, Letter from, to Sir John Werden, i,
491.

Minshall, Edward, iii, 314.

Minshall, Francis, ii, 194, 199, 276, 416, 470; Signs the surrender of the
Government, 456-460; Asks for Andrew Hamilton as Governor. 470.

MinshuJl. Francis, Autograph, v, 510 — vii, 326.

Minuit, Peter, i, 2.

Mitchell. Jacob, ii, 120, 326.

Mitchell, James, x, 717.

Mitchell, William, ii, 395.

Mitchell, See Michel.

Mitchelsen (Michaelse, Michaelye), Elias, i, 49, 125, 320.

Mohawk River, Patents for lands upon, ix, 308.

Moll, John, i, 190, 195, 201, 203, 282.

Molleson, Gilbert, ii, 187-193, 198, 257, 263, 376, 408, 416; Signs the
surrender of the Government, 456-460; Recommends Andrew Ham-
ilton for Governor, 470.

Molleson, John. iii. 446 — iv, 9.

Mompeson, Roger. Recommended for the Council, iii, 78, 115; Ap-
pointed Chief-Justice, 79, 125; Notice of, 116; Appointed a member
of the Council, 125; Referred to, 130, 155; In council, 290; Pro-
posed as a member of Lord Lovelace's Council, 299; Appointed as
such, 317; His position as Chief-Justice sought for by others, 360;
Signs, 367; His removal as Chief-Justice asked for by the Assembly
of New Jersey, 371; Defence of, 373; Signs addresses, 415,473;
The Proprietors ask that he may be left out of Governor Hunter's
Council, 497; Referred to. 501. — Member of Governor Hunter's



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 1^5

Council, iv, 2; Referred to, 31, 41, 48, 61; Resigns the office of
Chief-Justice, 70; Presides, 101; Referred to, 130, 131; Salary, 185.
368; Dead, 308, 214, 216; Referred to, 324.— Referred to. v, 344.
374.

Monckton, Robert. Named as a commissioner for trying pirates, ix, 283;
Referred to, 390. 400.

Monk, James, ix, 621.

Monmouth County, Disturbances in, ii, 328, 330; Indictment of sundry
persons in, 332; Proceedings of the Court of Sessions of, 302, 364.
371. — Taxes, iv, 368, 369. — Watches stationed on the coast of, vi,
373; Beacons destroyed, 378. — Riotous proceedings in, x, 148;
Speech of Governor Franklin in relation to the riots in, 172; Address
of the Assembly in relation to the same, 180; The same referred to,
198; Letter to, from Essex County Comndttee relative to events in
Boston, 459; Letter to, from Committee of Correspondence at Bos-
ton, 498.

Monmouth Patent, From Governor Nicolls, i, 43, 97.

Morrow, John, x, 15, 17.

Montague, Lord Charles, ix, 621.

Montague, Edward, x, 25.

IMontgomei-ie, John, Drafts of commissions of, as Governor of New
York and New Jersey submitted to the King, v, 167; Letter from, to
the Lords of Trade, 167; Instruction to, 169-178; Referred to, 179,
181, 183; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, 184; Notice of, 185;
Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, inclosing Governor Burnet's
remarks on acts of the New Jersey Assembly, 189, 190; Letter to.
from the Lords of Trade, relative to interest money and paper bills.
200; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, respecting New Jersey
affairs, 206, 234; Letter to, from the Lords of Trade, relative to cer-
tain acts of the New Jersey Assembly, 247; Letter from, to the Lords
of Trade, respecting the payment of interest money for incidental
expenses, 249; Answer to the same, 266; Letter from, to the Duke
of Newcastle, relative to New Jersey copper ore, 267; Letter from,
to the Lords of Trade, relative to New Jersey affairs, 268 ; Memorial
to, from James Alexander, relative to the West Jersey surveyorship,
273; Letter from, to Lords of Trade, relative to several acts passed
by the New Jersey Assembly, 285; Letter from, to Secretary Popple,
291 ; Letter from, to the Duke of New Castle, relative to vacancies
in the New Jersey Council, 293; Death of , announced, 294. 295;
Letter to, from the Lords of Trade, relative to acts of the New Jer-
sey Assembly, 302; Referred to, 314, 315, 319, 371, 399, 457, 484,
492— vi, 71.

Montgomery, Michael, x. 718.

Montgomerie, William, vii, 542.

Moody, Daniel, ii, 113.

Moore, Alexander, viii. Part II, 228,



136 GENERAL INDEX

Moore, Benjamin, iii, 105.

Moore, Cornelius, Indicted, vii, 458.

Moore, Francis, ii, 327.

Moore, George, i, 192.

Moore, Sir Harry, Governor of New York, ix, 511; Proclamation of,
relative to the robbing of the Treasury of East Jersey, 564; Viee-
Admiral, (!21; Referred to, 636. — Proclamation of, relative to the
robbery of the East Jersey Treasury, x, 39.

Moore, John, i, 195, 201.

IMoore, John, iv, 98, 186— v, 398, 402, 409, 410.

Moore (Moor), Sir John, ii, 164, 165, 194, 199, 258, 276, 299, 300, 302—
vi, 314.

Moore, J., Letter from, to the Governor of Maryland, relative to irregu-
larities in New Jersey, ii, 464.

Moore, Joshua, x, 717.

Moore, Matthew, ii, 113, 292— iii, 482— iv, 9, 15.

Moore, Samuel, i, 50, 83: Commissioned to represent the New Jersey
Council in England, 93; Grant to, from Lords Berkeley and Car-
teret, 104; Complaints against, 141, 142, 150; Appointed Provost
Marshall, 178, 319; Warrant for the arrest of, 321: Disposition of,
by the New York Council, 322.— Grand Juror, iii, 486, 487.

Moore, Rev. Mr., iii, 270.

Moravians, viii. Part JI, 160, 165.

Moore, Enoch, iv, 215.

More, John, ii, 397.

More, Matthew, iii, 446.

More. Thomas, i, 50.

More, , X, 113.

Morford, John, ii, 396.

Morford, Thomas, x, 000.

Morgan, Joseph, Improvements in modes of navigation, iv, 190, 194.

Morgann, Maurice, Commissioned Secretary of the Colony of New Jersey,
X, 1; Note on, 3; Deputes Joseph Reed, Jr., to be Deputy Secretary,
5, 8, 133.

Morgan, Simeon, iv, 80-85.

Morice, Thomas, ii, 470. ,

Morrey, Ferry, iv, 129.

Morris, Benjamin, vii, 603, 606.

Morris, Charles, ix, 582, 591, 621, 624, 031, 632.

Morris, Col., i. 299, 300.

Morris County, Letter from the Lieutenant Governor of New York, rela-
tive to the erection of, viii, Part I, 266; Iron in. Part II, 79; Procla-
mation of Governor Belcher relative to the defence of, 182. — When
set ofi, X, 298; Association of the inhabitants of Pequanock in, to
sustain the action of the Continental and Provincial Congress, 716.



NEW JEKSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 137

Morris, Dennis, ii, oSO.

Morris (Moores), John, Deputy SherifE of Essex County, ii, o36. — Grand
Juror, iii, 486, 487.

Morris. Lewis, i, 134; Certificate relative to the boundary line between
New York and New Jersey, 521. — Notice of, ii, 217; Commitment of,
for contempt of court, 217; Appointed one of Governor Hamilton's
Council, 338-331; President of Monmouth County Court, 332;
Present at the same, 362: Note on, 390; Letter from, to the Lords
of Trade, relative to the disorder in New Jersey, 398; Letter from, to
Secretary Popple, relative to the surrender of the Government of
East and West Jersey by the Proprietors, 412; Signs for Proprietors.
416: Recommended for Council, 417, 429, 431, 486; Letter from, to
the Lords of Trade, relative to Dockwra's objections to the appoint-
ment of Andrew Hamilton as Governor of New Jersey, 442; Witness,
460; Recommends Andrew Hamilton for Governor, 470; Referred to,
472; Temporary authority conferred upon him by the Queen, 474;
Referred to, 478; Objected to as a member of Council, 488; Letter
from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to the difficulties in New Jer-
sey, .'304; Appointed member of the Council, 507; Announces the
death of Governor Andrew Hamilton. 541. — One of Governor Corn-
bury's Council, iii, 2; Influence over the Scotch settlers, 14; RcfeiTed
to, 47; Commissioner for New Jersey, 64; Criticism upon his conduct
by Lord Cornbury, and his suspension from Council announced to
the Lords of Trade, 73-77; His restoration to the Council asked for
by the Proprietors of West Jersey, 85; His suspension recommended
to be taken off by the Lords of Trade, 118, 124; Referred to, 132,
136, 138, 140, 143, 154, 188, 192-198, 223, 225; Colonel Quary's
remarks concerning, 236, 237; Referred to. 260, 268; Letter
from, to the Secretary of State, transmitting documents explan-
atory of the difficulties in New Jersey. 274; Opinion of the Coun-
cil concerning him, 288, 365; Proposed as a member of Governor
Lovelace's Council, 299: Appointed as such, 317, 328, 339;
Referred to, 335; Order of the Privy Council, restoring him to
the Council of New Jersey, 349; Congratulatory address from,
to Governor Lovelace, 380 ; Verses ridiculing said address,
381-385; Referred to, 392-415; Suspended from the Council by
Lieutenant-Governor Ingoldsby, 464; Documents relative to, 476-
496; Before the Court of Common Rights, in 1698, 479-486: Ques-
tions the right of the Proprietors to govern, 488; Letter to the As-
sembly, 491 : His restoration to the Council asked for by the Lords
of Trade, 499. — A member of Governor Hunter's Council, iv, 2, 19;
Referred to, 12, 33-35, 118, 119, 127-133; Remarks upon, by Rev.
Jacob Henderson, 156, 162, 163; Appointed a member of the Coun-
cil, 182; Referred to, 200; Appointed Chief-Justice, in place of Mr.
Monpesson deceased, 208. 214; Indictment of, by the Grand Jury of
Burlington County, 239; Signs as member of the Council, 253, 310;



128 GENERAL FNDEX

Referred to, 316, 384; One of the eo'.ninissioners to try pirates, 340;
Referred to, 363; Fees to, 372; Referred to, 373; Proclamation of,
as President, in regard to the neglect of the assessors of some
Counties in New Jersey, 400; Memorial of tlie Proprietors to, rela-
tive to the survey of the boundaries between New Jersey and New
York, 408; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, relating to said
boundary, 439; Notice of, 444; Letters from, to Peter Schuyler,
relating to the boundaries between New York and Mew Jersey, 446,
448.— One of Governor Burnet's Council, v, 3. 34; Referred to, ."iD,
60, 103; Money paid to, 147, lol; Commissioner to try pirates, 197;
Announces to the Lords of Trade the death of Governor Montgomerie,
29;); Address and memorial of the Council to, 296; Letter from, to
the Duke of Newcastle, in relation to the separate government for
New Jersey, 314; Referred to, 328; Complained of, by Governor


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