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Cosby, 329-345; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to the
proceedings of Governor Cosby, 349; Governor Cosby's reasons for
removing him from the Chief-Justiceship, 366; Letter from Governor
Cosby to the Lords of Trade, relating to, 395-401; Referred to. 402;
Goes to England, 403; Complaints against, laid before the Queen,
408; Referred to, 431, 432; Petition of, to the King, relative to his
dismission from the Council, 433; The King and Council declare the
. reasons for his removal from the Chief-Justiceship insuflBcient, 437;
Referred to, 439, 449, 454; Letter from, to the Duke of Newcastle,
in support of his claim to the Presidency of the Council, 455 ; De-
mands the administration of the Government, 463; Proclamation
issued by, as President of the Council, 464-467; His claims sub-
mitted to the Duke of Newcastle by President Hamilton, 469: Letter
from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to his claims to the Presidency
of the Council of New Jersey, 472; Report of four of the Council on
his claim to the Presidency thereof, 474: Complaint made against
him by President Hamilton to the Lords of Trade. 478, 181 : Pro-
clamation by, 489; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, transmitting
his observations on Mr. Hamilton's reasons, 491 ; Made Governor of
New Jersey, oil. — Commission for, as Governor of New Jersey, vi,
1, 2; Instructions to, 13; Acknowledges the receipt of his commis-
sion, 57; Letter from, to Sir Charles Water, relating to affairs of
iNew Jersey and New York, 60; Complained of, to the Lords of Trade
by John Hamilton, 69; Referred to, 73; Letter from, to the Duke of
Newcastle, relative to the raising of troops in New Jersey, 99; Letter
from, to the Duke of Newcastle, on New Jersey affairs, 100; Pro-
clamation of, relating to the currency of foreign coins, 117; Letter
from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to New Jersey affairs, 130;
Memorial to, from the Proprietors of East and West Jersey, relative
to the line between New York and New Jersey, 138; Representation
to, relative to the making of iron, 140; Address to, relative to the
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salary while striving to obtain the Presidency of the Council, 151;
Letter from Deputy Secretary Gellibrand relative thereto, 15o; Let-
ter from, to Governor George Clinton, relative to the boundary line
between New York and New Jersey, 162 ; Speeches of, to the Assem-
bly and answers thereto, 178-190; Dissolves the Assembly, 190;
Memorial to, respecting the boundary line between New York and
New Jersey, 216 ; Representation to, from the Council, giving reasons
for rejecting several acts of the Assembly, 219; Recommendation of,
for the (Council, 232; Certificate of, concerning the Proprietors' sur-
render of the Government, 2M; Illness of, 246; Message of, to the
Assembly, 251; Decease of, 363, 367; Names of his pall-bearers, 368;
Referred to, 423, 434, 444. — Succeeded as Governor by Jonathan
Belcher, vii, 1, 2; Referred to, 77, 116; Executors of, petition the
Lords of Trade to pay his salary, 171 ; Letters to, from the Lords of
Trade, relative to paper currency, 172; Reply of the Lords of Trade
to the petition of the executors, 173; Referred to, 213; Proceedings of
Council relative to arrears due to the family of, 335; Referred to,
353; Representation of the Assembly relative to said arrears, 459;
Comments of the Lords of Trade upon the action of the Assembly,
551 — viii, Part I, 76-78, 209; Memorial to, from the New .lersey
Proprietors, relative to the boundary line between that Province and
New York, 244.— Referred to, ix, 216, 231, 339.

Morris, Lewis, Jr., Suspended from the Council, v, 270. — Referred to,
vi, 169 — vii, 57; In relation to the division line between New York
and New Jersey, 163. — Death of, ix, 377; Notice of, 378. — Referred
to, X, 114.

Morris, Richard, ix, 321, 621.

Morris, Robert Hunter, Letter from, to James Alexander, commenting
on the proceedings of Governor Cosby, v, 431. — Member of Govertior
Morris' Council, vi, 14, 15, 109; Report of, concerning the northern
boundary, 168; Referred to, 294, 314, 315, 316, 317, 329; Commis-
sion to, to run the line between East and West Jersey, 352; Referred
to, 355, 359, 360, 367-378, 395; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade,
giving an account of the Province, 419: In Council, 435; Message of
President Hamilton, relative to, 436; Letter from, to the Lords of
Trade, at the request of President Hamilton, 446; Informed of the
riot at Perth Amboy, 463; Letter from, to James Alexander, respect-
ing New Jersey affairs, 471 — Aii, 5; Member of Governor Belcher's
Council, 6; Letter from, to James Alexander, 17; Autograph of, 18;
In Council, 86, 88; Commends sundry officers, 102; Letter from, to
James Alexander, relative to the appointment of Samuel Nevill as
Judge, 108; Referred to, 124; Address of, to the Speaker of the
Council of New York, 141 ; Attempts, with other members of the
Council, to advise Governor Belcher, 183; Communication from, to
the same, 185; Address of, with other members of the Council, to
the King, relative to the riots, 189; Letter from, to F. J. Paris,
9



130 GKXEKAL IXDEX

relative to the same, 197; Referred to, 204; Answer of, to the rioters,
233; Signs as member of Council, 237; Referred to, 259; Letter
from, to J. F. Paris, 2G2; Referred to, 280, 284, 285, 287, 288;
Empowered to act for the Proprietors of East Jersey, in matters re-
lating to the riots, 318 ; Letter from, relating to the riots in Newark,
328; Letter from, in relation to reuniting New Jersey to New York,
331; In Council, 335; Referred to, 347, 3."33-354; Petition of, rela-
tive to the disorders in the Province, 379 ; Complains of the injustice
of the Assembly in refusing to pay arrears of salary due the late Gov-
ernor, his father, 401 ; Referred to, 403 ; Deposition of, relative to
the riots, 408; Opinion of, against passing an act of general pardon
in favor of the rioters, 409 ; Signs letters to Govei-nor Belcher, 452-
456; Referred to, 463, 467, 472, 474, 477, 479, 501, 503, 507, 508, 511,
521, 525; Letter to, from Cadwallader Golden, 552; Referred to, 574,
C03; Letters to, from J. Alexander, 626, 644, 651. — Letter from, to
the Lords of Trade, relative to the Constitution of the Council of
New Jersey, viii, Part I, 13 ; Papers relative to the state of affairs in
the Province, 28; Letter to, from Governor Clinton, 92; Referred to,
102 ; Letter to, from the Secretary of Governor Clinton, relative to
Provincial affairs, 116, 120; Referred to, 135; Letter to, from Mr.
Paris, relative to the boundary line between New York and New
Jersey, 152; Reply to the same, 157; Letter to, from Charles Read,
186; Bond of indemnity, 200; Referred to, 213; Memorandum con-
cerning line between New York and New Jersey, 267; Referred to,
269. — Appointed Governor of Pennsylvania, viii. Part 11. 91 ; Letter
to, from Governor Belcher, relative to Indian affairs, 116; Referred
to, 117, 120; Letter to, from Governor Belcher, relative to the
threatened invasion of the French and Indians, 158; From the same,
relative to the condition of military affairs, 161, 165; Referred to,
173; Letter to, from Governor Belcher, relative to military move-
ments, 180; Petition of, as a Proprietor, 228; Informs the Earl of
Loudon, of the death of Governor Belcher, and objections of John
Reading to assume chief authority, 259; Referred to. 266-270— ix,
7; Pretension of, to the office of Chief-Justice of New Jersey, 176;
Letter from the Lords of Trade on said pretension of, 191 ; Shows
Governor Bernard why he ought to be permitted to resume the office
of Chief-Justice, and incloses to him a copy of his patent, 206, 207;
His claims presented to the Lords of Trade. 209 ; Proceedings of the
Supreme Court in relation to the claims of, 212, 214-218; Disi^ute be-
tween him and Nathaniel Jones, respecting the office of Chief-Jus-
tice, 230; Informs Governor Boone of said dispute, 235; Referred to,
248, 264; Member of Governor Hardy's Council. 274; Named as one
of the Commissioners for trying pirates, 283; Referred to, 324, 342,
343; Re-appointed Chief -Justice, 345, 351; Referred to, 355, 361,
362; Recommended for Chief- J ustice, 364; Death of, 426, 427; Re-
ferred to, 430, 442, 445— X, 131.



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Morris, Stephen, vii, 436.

Morris, William, Recommended for the Council, iv, 63, 153; Referred to,
by Rev. Jacob Henderson, 157; Recommended for the Council, 169,
170; Dead, 171, 376.

Morris, William, Nominated for the Council, vii, 575, 577; Referred to,
593-595, 600; Memorial of Richard Partridge, respecting him, 602;
Certificates in defence of his character, 603-606; Letter from Gov-
ernor Belcher, to the Lords of Trade, relative to him, 607; From the
same, to Lord Hardwicbe, respecting him, 611; Referred to, 628,
629 ; Deposition of Samuel Tucker, as to the character of, 636 ; AflBr-
mation of, relative to the conduct of Lewis M. Aslifleld, 642 ; Referred
to, 651— viii. Part I, 111.

Morrison, Archibald, vii, 283.

Morse, Robert, ii, 327.

Morton, George, i, 413.

Morton, John, x, 529.

Morton, Thomas, ii, 291.

Mosse, Peter, i, 50.

Mosse. Robert, i, 50, 85.

Mott, Gersham, ii, 363.— Contributes to the supposed Cornbury Fund,
iii, 212.— Referred to, iv, 37; Expelled from the Assembly, 126.— Re-
ferred to, vi, 154.

Mott. WUliam, vi, 202— viii. Part II, 151.

Moullains, Jacob, i, 50.

Mount, Humphry, Deposition of, viii, Part T, 41.

Mount, William, i, 523.

Mourison, Henry, x, 718.

Mourison. Mouris, x, 718.

Mudie (Mudy), David, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 460, 409, 528, 530.

Mudie, Janet, ii, 107.

Muilman, Henry, vii, 326.

Muirhead, John, iv, 377.

Mulford, Benjamin, x, 531.

Mulford, Samuel, iv, 293, 294, 396, 344, 345.

Munday, Nicholas, iv, 186, 189.

Munson, John, x, 717.

Murch, John, x, 285.

Murder within the limits of the Admiral's jurisdiction. Bill for the pun-
ishment of, ix, 353.

Murray, James, ix, 623.

Murray, John, x, 562.

Murray, Joseph, v, 404 — vi, 393, 396. — Letter to, from James Alexander,
vii. 77; Papers sent by, 80, 81. — Memorandum, relative to New York
and New Jersey boundary line, submitted to, viii, Part I, 267; Re-
ferred to, 269-274.

Murray, Robert, x, 563.



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Murray, W., Solicitor-General, Report of, upon certain acts passed in

New Jersey, vii, 305.
Musise, Cornelius, ii, 326.
Mutineers and enemies to the Government, Peace and welfare of the

ProTince, i, 90, 176.

N.

Nahihan, John, ii, 396.

Nane, W. P., iii, 306.

Nassau Hall, Erection of, viii. Part II, 146.

Nassau, John, Lieutenant-Governor of New York, ii, 237.

Naturalization, Acts relating to, x, 411.

Naval Stores, Memorial relative to improvements in the production of,
V, 68.

Navel!, James, i, 268, 284.

Navesink, Oath of allegiance taken by the inhabitants of, 1667-68, i, 51 ;
To produce the laws and publish them, 59; Notice to the inhabitants
to take out their patents, 120; Controversy with Elizabeth town , 477.

Neal, Henry, v, 155.

Ned, A slave of Hatton, x, 207, 208, 279.

Negroes imported into New Jersey, v, 152. — Number of, in the Colonies,
vi, 90. — Bill for laying a duty on the importation of, ix, 344, 347,
383, 444, 458.

Neilson, James, x, 471, 587, 588.

Nelson, Benjamin, Signs the surrender of the government, ii, 456-460;
Asks the appointment of Andrew Hamilton as Governor, 470.

Nelson, James, vii, 108.

N s, Lord, Political creed witii respect to America, x, 492.

Net, Rene, v, 153.

Netheway, Jonathan, ii, 42-62, 66-74, 79.

Nethorp, Edward, i, 268.

Neuman, Wm., i, 51, 134.

Neversink, Beacon on the Highlands of, vi, 378, 379.

Nevill, James, i, 118; Appointed Secretary of West Jersey, 275; Magis-
trate, 292; Letter from to Governor Penn, 381, 413; Signs, 508,

NevilJ, Samuel, vi, 139 ; Vote on the Militia Act, 202. 203 ; Referred to,
255; Speech in the Assembly, in answer to the rioters' petition, 323;
Notice of, 323; Referred to, 409, 410, 417, 418; Charge of, to the
Grand Jury of Middlesex County, 456; Referred to, 468, 470.— An-
swer of the rioters to his speech, \di, 30; Appointed Second Judge,
97; Comments upon his appointment, by Robert H. Morris, 107; Re-
ferred to, 114, 212, 215, 254, 258, 283: Speaker of the Assembly,'
351, 353; Referred to, 364, 450, 475, 478, 544, 546.— Letter to, from
Governor Belcher, relative to the riot at Perth Amboy, viii. Part I,
38; Letter from, to Governor Belcher, relative to the trial of Lewis



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M. Ashfield, 40; To the same, relative to the riot at Araboy, 46;
Salary, 105; Bond of indemnity, 200; Memorandum concerning line
between New York and New Jersey, 267; Referred to, 269.— To agree
with printer for printing bills of credit, viii. Part IT, 71; Warrants
to. 151-153; Jurat, 224; Petition of, as a Proprietor, 228; Warrants
232. 234.— Referred to, ix, 21, 214, 217, 224; Re-appointed, 345, 427.
Nevill, Thomas, vi, 465, 466.

Newark, Letter from Governor Carteret, to the Indian Sachem Oraton,
relative to, i, 55; Directions as to the arrears of quit-rents of, 106;
Notice to the inhabitants of, to take out their patents, 119; Relation
with the Council of New Netherlands, 123, 124, 126, 128-130, 134,
137, 138, 142; Petition of the inhabitants of, to the Council of New
Netherlands, 155; Officers at, 320.— Letter from the town of, to the
other towns in East New Jersey, in reference to a certain act of the
Legislature, and reflecting upon the conduct of Governor Basse, ii,
27C; Letter from, condemning Governor Basse, 273. — Riots at, vi,
250, 293 ; Publication of the East Jersey Proprietors, relative to, 297 ;
Referred to, 32], 336; State of facts, concerning, 397; Remarks of
James Alexander, and Robert Hunter Morris, upon said riots, 420 ;
Letter from David Ogden, with affidavits respecting, 426-432; Ob-
servations upon, by President Hamilton, 436; Increase of, 446.— In-
dian deed of sale to. vii, 31; Treatment of the settlers referred to, 43;
Riots at. 210, 219; Affidavits respecting them, 178-183.
Newbold, Barzillai, viii. Part II, 151-153, 233, 234.
Newbold, John, i, 269.
Newbound, Michael, iv, 310.
New Brunswick, Seal of, v, 283, 384.
Newby, Mark, i, 419.

Newcastle, Duke of. Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to in-
structions for Jonathan Belcher, appointed Governor of New Jersey,
vii. 1; Reply to the same, 3; Instructions for Governor Belcher in-
closed to. 4; Referred to. 67, 100; Officers who had served in the ex-
petition to Canada, recommended to, 103 ; Suceeded as Secretary of
State by the Duke of Bedford, 137.— Referred to, ix, 15.
New Castle, Governor Andros to Commanders and Justices at, i, 189 ;
Meeting of Commander and Justices, 190, 191; Private court held
at, 192 ; Letter from the authorities to the Council of New York
relative to John Fenwicke, 300; Meeting of Commander and Justices
of. 201 ; Letter to the same from the Council of New York relative
to John Fenwicke, 301 ; Letter from the same to John Fenwicke,
203 : Order to, from Governor Andros, 204 : Court held at, relative to
the conduct of John Fenwicke, 274 ; Order and letter to the Court
at, respecting John Fenwicke, from Secretary Nicolls, 378, 379, 380;
Meeting of the Court, 381 ; Letter from the authorities of, to Captain
' Matthias Nicolls, relative to John Fenwicke, 283; Justices at, ordered



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to protect the inhabitants on the East side of the River in the pos-
session of their lands, 285 ; Referred to, 347, 348.

Newcomb, Joseph, x, 531.

Neweorab, Silas, Lieutenant, ix, 185, 186— x, 531.

Newell, James, i, 2S3.

Newell, James, Deposition of, viii. Part T, 48. — Referred to, x, 302.

New Hampshire, ii, 123; Its Lieutenant-Governor and several of its in-
habitants notorious illegal traders, 362. — Quota of, for the defence of
New York, viii, Part I, 195.

New Jersey, Patent for, to the Duke of York, i, 3; Lease for, to John,
Lord Berkeley, and Sii" George Carteret, 8 ; Release to the same, 10 ;
Philip Carteret's commission as Governor of, 20; Robert Vauquillin's
commission as surveyor, 26; Concessions and agreements to and
with the settlers, 28; The Lords Proprietors' (rue intent and mean-
ing of their concessions, 99, 101 ; Inhabitants of towns in petition to
the Council of New Netherlands for confirmation of their privileges,
155; Number of families in, in 16G5, 183; Divided by Quintipartite
Deed into East and West Jersey, 205; Sir John Werden, on the ex-
tent of the authority granted to the Proprietors of, 289 ; Visit to,
from Governor Andros, 299. — Report of Solicitor-General Trevor, on
the grant of, ii, 100; Connection with illegal trading, 122; Letter
from the Lords of Trade, relative to Ports in, 201 ; Proclamation of
Governor Bellomont of New York, against the establishment of
Courts in New Jersey, 218; Documents relative to the Ports, 247;
Disorders in, 327; Letter from the Lords of Trade relative to the
boundary between it and New York, 367 ; Letter to the Lords of
Trade from New York Council, relative to the conditions of, 368;
The disorders in, 398; Surrender of the Government of, to the
Crown, 452; Letter from the Governor of Maryland relative to irreg-
ularities in, 462; Petition from the Proprietors of, that Andrew
Hamilton be appointed Governor of the Province, 469; The Lords of
Trade recommend to the Queen that some one not connected with
its affairs be appointed Governor, 484; Council for, recommended
by the Earl of Nottingham, 486; Lord Cornbury commissioned Gov-
ernor of, 488, 489 ; Lord Clarenden's letter concerning the Council
of, with enclosure, 501 ; Letter from the Lords of Trade concerning
the same, 502; Letter from Lewis Morris relative to the difficulties
in, 504; Letter from Robert Quary, relative to the troubles in, 544. —
The pretentions and injustices of the Proprietors of, iii, 18 ; Bills
affecting the interests of the Proprietors of, 29 ; Objections of the
Proprietors to two of the Council of, 35; Difficulties attending the
raising of troops in, 53 ; Commissioners for, 64 ; Rights of the Pro-
prietors of, in fines, escheats, etc., 108; Speech of Lord Cornbury to
the Assembly of, 165; Petition of the Assembly of, relative to the
difficulties of Lord Cornbury's Government, 171 ; Remonstrance of
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subjecting the Province, and his reply, 173, 180; Address of the
Governor and Council of, to the Queen, congratulating her on the
success of Her Magesty's Arms, 239; Answer of the Assembly of,
to Lord Cornbury's reply to their remonstrances, 242 ; Several mem-
bers of the Assembly of, reported by Lord Cornbury as not qual-
ified, 269 ; Documents explanatory of the diiBculties in, 274 ; Pro-
eedings of the Assembly of objected to by the Council, 286 ; Minutes
of the Assembly of, from the oth to the 12th of May, 1708. 291 ;
Speech of the Governor to the Assembly of, 293; Lord John Lovelace
appointed Governor of, 298; Objections of some of the Proprie-
tors of, to several of the members of the Council, 300; Order
of the Council of, relative to Receiver-General Barclay, 332;
Speech of Lord Lovelace to the Assembly of, 361; Reply to the same,
362; Address of the Lieut. -Governor and Council of, to the Queen,
364 ; Address of the Assembly of, to Governor Lovelace, in relation
to said address to the Queen, 368; Defence of the Council of, 372;
The Assembly of, complain of Peter Sonmans to the Governor, 374;
Address of, to the same, relative to Peter Fauconnier, 379; Address
from the same, to the Queen, relative to the address of the Council
complaining of the Assembly, 385; Address of the Council of, to
Lord Lovelace, relative to the proceedings of the Assembly of, 390;
Answer of Peter Sonmans to the complaints of the Assembly against
him, 416; Petition to the Assembly of, against Peter Sonmans, 445;
Report of the said committee upon the said petition, 447; Memorial
from several Proprietors asking for a change in the Council, 497. — An
intended meeting of the Assembly of, iv, 11; Relative to the place of
said meeting, 16; Address of the Council of, to Governor Hunter, 17;
Minutes of the Assembly of, 19, 22; Representation of the Assembly
of, relative to the administration of Governor Cornbury, 24; Cora-
plaints of the Assembly of, against William Hall, 79; Memorial of
the same, relative to the perversions of justice in the courts of law,
87; Petition of several of the members of the Assembly of, to Lord
Cornbury, 110; Address of the Assembly of, to the Queen, 134;
Troops and money raised by, for the Canadian expedition, 138;
Memorial of the Proprietors of, in England, relative to the disputes
between the Council and the Assembly of, 140; Letter from Governor
Hunter relative to changes in the Council of, 149; Action of the
Lords of Trade in relation to the Council of, asked by Governor
Hunter, 151; Persons recommended to fill vacancies in the Council
of, 152; The Bishop of London invited to assist the Lords of Trade
in selecting Councillors for, 168; Communication from, to the Queen,
relative to changes in the Council of, 169; Governor Hunter's reply
to Lord Clarendon's objection to apply £999 for the support of the
government of, 211; Speech of Governor Hunter to the Assembly
of, 249; Address of the Council and Assembly of, to the King, upon
the defeat of the Scotch rebellion, 252; Disorders in, 297; Address



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of the House of Representatives of, to Governor Hunter, 303; New
seal for, 332 ; Message and speech of Governor Hunter to the Assem-
bly of, 364, 365; Neglect of the Assessors of some of the counties in,
400 ; Memorial of the Proprietors of, relative to the survey of the
boundaries between it and New York, 408; Petition of the inliabi-
tants of New York relating thereto, 433; Letter of Lewis Morris re-
lating thereto, 439; Caveat of Daniel Coxe, 444; Answer of Governor
Hunter to queries relating to, 449; Proceedings of the Council of
West Jersey Proprietors relating to the boundary line, 4.")2. — Assembly
of, dissolved by Governor Burnet, v, 8; Condition of, in 1721, 20; Ad-
dresses of the Assembly of, and speeches of Governor to, 24-27;
Report on proposed alterations in the Constitution of, 72; Opinion as
to the ownership of gold and silver mines in, 74; Address of the
Assembly of, to the King, 77; Report on acts of the Assembly of,
79; Respecting the manner of electing representatives to the Assem-
bly of, 83; Instruction to Governor Burnet relative to the same, 84;
Negroes imported in, 152; Value of the paper money of, in New
York, 153; Value of the same in Perth Amboy, 154; Letter from the
Lords of Trade, relative to the same, 156 ; Census of the population
of, 1726, 164; Address of the Grand Jury of, to the Iving, 185:
Address and memorial of the Council of, to President Morris, on the
death of Governor Montgomerie, 296; A separate governor for,
desired, 303, 314; Petition of the Assembly and Council of, for a
separate government, 441 ; Petition of Richard Partridge for a separ-
ate Governor of, referred to the Lords of Trade, 448; Sir William
Keith's memorial on the same subject, 450; Reasons for appointing a
separate governor received from Mr. Partridge, 451 ; Minute of the
Council of, 463; Report of four of the Council of, on the claim of
Lewis Morris to the Presidency thereof, 474 ; The difficulties in, 479 ;
Lord Dela-Warr appointed Governor, 490 ; Lewis Morris made Gover-
nor, 511. — Address of the Council and Representatives of, to the
King, thanking him for giving New Jersey a separate Governor, vi,
58; Memorial of the Proprietors of, relative to the line between it
and New York. 138; Representation of the Council and Assembly of,
to Governor Morris, relative to encouragement for the making of
iron, 140; Address of the Eastern Council of Propi-ietors of, to
Governor Morris, relative to the line between it and New York, 144:
Disturbances on the northern boundary of, 103; Memorial of the
Proprietors of the Eastern division of, concerning the partition line,
210; Several acts of the Assembly of, rejected by the Council of, with
reasons therefor, 219; Certificate of Governor Morris concerning the
surrender of the government of, by the Proprietors, 234; Population
of, in 1837-38, and in 1745, 242-244; Minutes of the House of Rep-
resentatives of, 246; Publication of the Proprietors of the eastern
division of, relative to the riots, 297; Commissioners appointed to run
the line between the eastern and westei-n divisions, 352; Letter from


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