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NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 137

the Proprietors of the eastern division of, to a committee of the sub-
scribers to a proposal sent to the Governor, 353; Notice from the
Proprietors of the eastern division of, stating their willingness to
appear in Court, to test their rights, 365; Minutes of the Council of,
367-378; Proceedings of the Council of, March 19, 1746, 424; Pro-
ceedings of the Council of. May 6th and 7th, 1747, 435. — Proceedings
of the Council of, on the arrival of Governor Belcher, "ivii, 11;
Address of the same, to Governor Belcher, 13; Reply thereto, 14;
Address of Governor Belcher to the Council and Assembly of, 19;
Answers to the same, 23-29 ; Message from the same, to the same, 67 ;
Address of the Council of, to Governor Belcher, 81 ; Proceedings of
the same, relative to the riots, 86, 88; Message of Governor Belcher
to the Council and Assembly of, relative to the expedition to Crown
Point, 94; Letter from the Council of, to the Duke of Newcastle,
recommending sundry officers who had served in the expedition to
Canada, 102; Message from Governor Belcher to the Assembly of,
103 ; Legislature of, prorogued by Governor Belcher, 104 : Address of
the Council of, to Governor Belcher, 110; Acts of the Assembly of,
transmitted by Governor Belcher, 137-140; Message to the Council
and Assembly of, from Governor Belcher, 149; Communication from
the members of the Council of, to Governor Belcher, 185 ; Address
of the same, to the King, 189; Address of the same, to the Duke of
Bedford, relative to the riots, 191 ; Petition from the Council of Pro-
prietors of the eastern division of, to the King, in relation to the
riots, 193; Letter from the Council of, to the Lords of Trade, relative
to the riots, 236 ; Report of the Attorney-General and Solicitor-Gen-
eral upon certain acts passed in, 305; Proposals of the Lords of
Trade with regard to the disturbances in, 311-316; Proprietors of
West Jersey pray relief from the riots, etc., in, 316; Power of attor-
ney from Proprietors of East Jersey, to Robert H. Morris, to act for
them in matters relating to the riots, 318; Letter from J. Alexander
in relation to reuniting the Province of, to New York, 331 ; Message
from Governor Belcher to the Legislature of, 332; Proceedings of the
Council of, relative to arrears due the family of the late Governor
Morris, 335; Address of the House of Assembly of, to Governor
Belcher, 345; Petition of the same, to the King, relative to the con-
dition of the Province, 351 ; Centention between the Assembly and
the Council of, 356; Letter fx'om P. J. Paris respecting the junction
of the Province of New York with, 360 ; Letter from Governor Bel-
cher respecting the proceedings of the Assembly of, 361 ; From
Richard Smith respecting the same, 365 ; Affidavits showing the state
of the Province, 369-379; Complaint against the Assembly of, for
not paying the arrears of salary due the late Governor Morris, 401;
Letter from six of the Council of, to Governor Belcher, relative to
the state of the Province, 452; Representation of the Assembly of,
relative to arrears of salary due to the late Governor Morris, 459 ;



138 GENEEAL INDEX

Petition of the Assembly of, to the King, 462; Representation of the
Lords of Trade, on the state of the Province of, 466; Memorial of
the Council of, to the King's Privy Council, relative to the riots, 537;
Minutes of the Council of, 541-550; Message from Governor
Belcher, to the Council and Assembly of, 580, 583; Assembly
of, dissolved, 587; Messages of Governor Belcher to the Coun-
cil and new Assembly, 5!»1, 613, 625, 634; Acts transmitted. 646. —
Memorial relative to the disturbances in, viii. Part I, 1; Message to
the Legislature of, from Governor Belcher, 12; The Constitution of
the Council of, 13 ; Memorial relative to, 18 ; Message of Governor
Belcher relative to a bill for the support of the Government of, 31;
Report of the Lords of Trade on some of the proceedings of the As-
sembly of, 28; Extracts from the minutes of the Council, relative to
the riots at Perth Amboy, 43 ; Order in Privy Council, relative to the
riotous proceedings in, 53 ; Report upon the draft of a commission for
Inquiring into the grievances of, 90; Minutes of the Council of, 103;
Opinion of the Lords of Trade on the boundaries between New
York and, 128; Letter of Robert Charles, relative to the same, 135;
Argument that the forks of the Delaware are the true northern limits
of, 139; The act of 1747 relative to. 144; Petition of the Proprietors
of the eastern division of, to the King, relative to the repeal of the
Boundary Act of 1747, 160; Petition of the Assembly of, for making
current £60,000 in bills of credit, 183 ; Disptites between the people of,
and those of New York for want of a dividing line, 190; Quota of
assistance of, to the defence of New Y^ork, 195, 196; Bill for the
isstie of £60,000 recommended by the Lords of Trade, 196; Bond of
indemnification by the Council of the Proprietors of the eastern
division to William Alexander and John Smyth, 200 ; 3Iemorial of
the Council of Proprietors of the eastern division of, relative to the
boundary line, 202; Memorial of the Proprietors of both divisions to
Governor Lewis Morris, 244; Proceedings of the Council and Assem-
bly of, transmitted to the Lords of Trade, 287. — Petition of the As-
sembly of, relative to the bill for making current £70,000, viii. Part
II, 14; Unsatisfactory proceedings of the Assembly of, 24; Action of
the same upon various subjects, 26; Bill for making current £70,-
000, 36; Queries relating to the present condition of, with answers
by Governor Belcher, 78; Message to the Assembly of, from Govern-
or Belcher, 93; Action of, thereupon, 94; Representation of the
Lords of Trade to the King in relation to bills of credit, 100; Mes-
sages to the Council and Assembly of, from Governor Belcher, 119,
128, 162; Governor Belcher directs a meeting of the Assembly of, to
be called, 181 ; Message of Governor Belcher to Council and Assem-
bly of, 193, 198, 201 ; The services of, in defending the country com-
mended by the Lords of Trade, 206; Petition of the Proprietors of
the eastern division of, relative to the boundary line, 225 ; Council
and Assembly summoned to meet, 249. — Address of the Council of,



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 139

to Lieutenant-Grovernor Pownall, ix, 4; Assembly of, prorogued, 126 ;
Vacancies in the Council of, 127; Message from the Assembly of, to
Governor Bernard, 129 ; Speeches of the Governor to the Legislature
of, 159, 291 ; Reply of the same, 222 ; Use of former seal of, con-
tinued, 239; Imputed illegal trade in, 240; Amicable proceedings of
the Assembly of, 248; Defective post arrangements in, 249; Action
of the Assembly of, in relation to raising additional troops, 260, 261 ;
Post routes in, 265 ; Address of the representatives of, to Governor
Boone, 287; Certain acts of the Legislature of, recommended to be
disapproved, 331 ; Duties on negroes imported in, 345 ; Ordinance
for holding the Supreme Court for the Province of, 434; Lists of in-
struments used in the Courts, etc., of, 480; Illicit trade in, 484;
Marriage licenses in, 504; The seditious spirit aroused in, by the
Stamp Act, 505, 507, 524; Minutes of the Council of, 509; Address
from the Council and Assembly of, to the King, and the repeal of the
Stamp Act, 558, 560 ; Council of, congratulates Governor Franklin on
the repeal of the Stamp Act, 562 ; Robbery of the treasury of the
eastern division of, 564; Votes of the Assembly of, transmitted to
the Lords of Trade, 567, 568; Conduct of the people of, during the
late disturbances approved by the King, 570; Henry Wilraot ap-
pointed agent of, 571 ; Annual salaries granted to the oiBcers of,
579; Fees taken in the different oflBces of, 592; Salaries of Governor
and Judges of, 620; The King's displeasure with fhe Assembly of,
636. — Petition of the Assembly of, against taxation for revenue pur-
poses, X, 18; Civil establishment of, 50; Proceedings of the Assem-
bly of, in connection with the bill for issuing £100,000 in bills of
credit, 60; Laws of, printed, 97, 102; The Lords of Trade recom-
mend that the act of the Assembly of, for issuing £100,000 be disal-
lowed, 106; Act disallowed, 115, 196; Riots in Monmouth and Essex
Counties, 172, 180; Council of, 198; Displeasure of the Assembly of,
at the disallowance of the Paper Money Act, 200 ; Message from Gov-
ernor Franklin to the Assembly of, relative to supplies for the troops,
303 ; Answer to the same, 304 ; Report on certain acts of the Legis-
ture, 233; Assembly of, refuse to provide for the King's troops, 237;
Speech of Governor Franklin to the Assembly and Council of, 238 ;
Answer to the same, 242 ; Message of Governor Franklin to the As-
sembly of, 343 ; Reply to, 351 ; Rejoinder, 356 ; Supplies for the
troops still refused by the Assembly of, 297; An agent for appointed,
320; Arrears due to the troops, and debt incurred during the late
war to be paid, 321; Minutes of the Council of, 351, 419; Message of
the Governor, relative to the resignation of the Treasurer of the
eastern division of, 420; The present state and condition of, 433-454;
Speech of Governor to the Council and Assembly, 538; Reply of the
Council to the Governor's speech, 541 ; List of the members of the
Council of, 561; Provincial Congress of, 639 ; Congress of, assumes
command of the militia, 656 ; No gentleman will accept a seat in the



140 GEN^ERAL INDEX

Council of, 663; Its quota of the $3,000,000 issued bv the Continen-
tal Congress, 670; The submission of, to the Continental Congress
gives the King great concern, 675; Ships taken from, to be seized,
711; Message of Governor Franklin to the Legislature of, 719.
Newman, Walter, ii, 336.

New Netherlands, Director and Council of. Patent to Samuel Godyn and
Samuel Bloemraaert, i, 1; Minutes of, 133; Petition to, from the -in-
habitants of towns in New Jersey, 155.
New York, Name of, given by Governor Nicolls, i, 47; Capture of, by the
Dutch, 131 : Affidavit of William Hayes, relative to the taking of,
153; Proceedings of tbe government of, i-elative to the jurisdiction
of John Fenwicke, 188, 196, 300, 378, 380, 383 ; Court of Assizes at,
for the trial of Governor Carteret, 303; Letter to Governor and
Council of, relative to the ownership of Staten Island, from Governor
Carteret and Council, 349; Province suffering from loss of Bast and
West Jersey, 491; Line between New Jersey, 518; Report on the
Province of, 534. — Minutes of the Council of, relative to the boundary
line between New York and East Jersey, ii, 106; Quota of troops
from other Colonies for its defence, 134 ; Duties on the Hudson trade to
be paid in, 300; Minutes of the Council of, relative to the clearance
of a vessel from, to Perth Amboy, 237; Report on the harbor of, 353;
Boundary line between it and the Jerseys, 367 ; Three of the Council
of, to the Lords of Trade, relative to the condition of the Jerseys,
368. — Commissioners for, iii, 64. — Assembly of, authorize the run-
ning of the partition line, iv, 865; Report of Council of, on Jarratt's
petition about boundary line, 406; Petition to Council, relative to
survey of the line, 433. — Memorandum relating to, v, 511. — Opinion
of the Lords of Trade, on the boundaries between it and New Jersey,
viii. Part I. 128; Quota of assistance to its northern frontier, 194;
Report of the Committee of the Assembly of, on border disturbances,
Part II, 30; Extracts from the minutes of the Assembly of, relative
to border disturbances, 28.

New York and Elizabeth Town Committees of Observation, Proceedings
of, X, 561-568 ; New York and Massachusetts, boundary line be-
tween, 660.

Nicholls, Matthias, i. 197, 301, 339, 283, 287, 304. 307.

Nicholson, Colonel Francis, iii, 461, 463.— Letter from, to the Lords of
Trade, relative to the Quakers in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, 464.
—Referred to, 471— iv, 37, 118.

Nicholson, Samuel, i, 227, 269, 414.

Nicholson, Governor of South Carolina, on protection against the Indians,
V, 113.

Nicolls, Captain, i, 76, 334, 336.

Nicoll, W^illiam, ii, 106— vii, 43.

Nicolls (Nicholls), Richard, Application to, for the Elizabethtown grant,
i, 15; Confirmation by, of the purchase of the Elizabethtown tract



NEW JEESEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 141

from the Indians, 17; Grant from, for lands at Sandy Point (Sandy
Hook) and on Raritan Bay, 43 ; Letter to the Duke of York, relative
to the grants to Berkeley and Carteret, 46 ; Letter from, relative to the
same, 54; Referred to, 88, 98, 108; Legal opinion on his patent for
Elizabethtown, 272; Referred to, 301, 429, 437— ii, 108, 109, 135, 126,
322, 347— iii, 18, 30, 31, 56— vi, 208— vli, 269— ix, 329,

Nicolson, Mr. (General), iv, 220, 334, 325.

Nightingale, Samuel, ii, 339. :, -

Nightingall, Simon, Grand Juror, Essex County, iii, 496,

Nilly, John, iv, 185.

Nix, John, X, 718.

Noble, Joseph, viii, Part IT, 71, 235.

Noble, Richard, i, 227, 414.

Non-resident debtors, Acts relating to, x, 300, 335-329, 337.

Norris, Henry, ii, 139, 326.

Norris, Henry, Jr., ii, 326.

Norris, Captain Matthew, v, 328.

North Carolina, Resort for pirates, ii, 120, 359.

North, Lord, x, 492.

Northey, Edward, Attorney-General, ii, 432 — iii, 108, 155— iv, 330 — v,
338, 345.

Northumberland, Earl of, ix, 631.

Norton, Fletcher, Solicitor-General, ix, 397.

Norton, James, x, 717.

Norton, John, ii, 43-62, 66, 74, 79; Signs the surrender of the govern-
ment, 456-460; Asks the appointment of Andrew Hamilton as
Governor, 470.— Referred to, iii, 83, 95, 498— iv, 95; Affidavit of, 98;
Signs as a Proprietor, 141.

Nottingham, Earl of, Recommends to the Lords of Trade, a Council for
New Jersey, ii, 480 ; Letter to, from the Lords of Trade, relative to
the Council of New Jersey, 502. — Communication to, from Peter
Sonmans, relative to Jeremiah Basse, iii, 23.

Nox, James, x, 717.

Nugent, Sir George, ix, 450.

Nuttman, James, ii, 336.

Nys, Philip, i, 138.



O.



Oake, William, x, 471, 588.

Odell, Rev. Jonathan, x, 302.

Officers of Government, Moneys paid to, viii, Part I, 67-72, 76-79, 105.

Ogborne, John, Jr., iv, 98.

Ogborne, William, iv, 98.

Ogden, Amos, Lieutenant-Colonel, ix, 186.

Ogden, Benjamin, ii, 129, 334, 339, 396.



142 GENERAL INDEX

Ogden. Benjainin, Contributes to a supposed Cornbury Fund, iii, 199;
Affidavit thereto, 201.

Ogden, Benjamin, Jr., ii, 334. — Grand Juror for Essex County, iii, 496.

Ogden, David, i, 50— ii, 339.

Ogden, David, vi, 293, 294, 314, 315, 318, 334, 349, 355, 393, 395, 396,
412; Letter from, to President Hamilton, transmitting affidavits
respecting the riots, 426; Notice of, 427. — Referred to, vii, 48-51
Letter to, from James Alexander, relative to the rioters, 53, 288
Letter from, to J. Alexander, relative to the titles of the rioters, 343
To the same, respecting the riot at Horseneck, 364, 368 ; Letter to,
from J, Alexander, relative to the trial of the rioters, 430; Referred
to, 527; Recommended by the Lords of Trade, to be made a member
of the Council, 578; Appointed, 588; Referred to, 609, 628, 629, 649
— viii, Part I, 43. 293; Part II, 268— ix, 217, 274; Named as one of
the Commissioners for trying pirates, 283; Mr. Ashfield claims prece-
dence over him in the Council, 430; Precedence given to him, 447;
Referred to, 449; Notice of, 451; In Council, 509, 518; Observations
of, on the resumption of business under the Stamp Act, by the
Attorneys, 531. — Stable and out-houses of, burned by the rioters,
X, 149, 183; Resigns his seat in the Assembly, 306; The dispute rela-
tive to his resignation, 334; Report on the claim of the Assembly to
order an election to supply his place, 369; Commission of, as Supreme
Court Justice, 372; Notice of, 372; Referred to. 418, 427; Salary of,
450; Member of Council, 561.

Ogden, Isaac, x, 467.

Ogden, John, i, 18, 50, 82, 84, 122; Ilis appointment as a civil officer by
the Council of New Netherlands, and his acts as such, 128-130, 137,
138, 141, 149, 155; Referred to, 300, 334— ii, 326— vi, 208, 210.

Ogden, John, Jr., i, 50.

Ogden, Jonathan, i, 50— ii, 129, 326, 339, 397— iii, 486.

Ogden, Jonathan, Jr., ii, 129, 334, 339, 396.

Ogden, Joseph, ii, 395.

Ogden, Josiah, iv, 253, 370— v, 146, 150, 155— x, 372.

Ogden, Lewis, Surrogate, ix, 360.

Ogden, Robert, viii, Part I, 83; Part II, 151.— Surrogate, ix, 360; Letter
from, to Cortlandt Skinner, advising that the Colonies unite in keep-
ing off the threatened blow of imposing taxes, duties, etc., 449; As
Speaker of the House of Assembly, replies to a letter from the
Assembly of Massachusetts, respecting late acts of Parliament, 496;
Referred to, 518; Burned in effigy, 525.

Ogden, Samuel, vi, 351 — vii, 457.

Ogden, Uzal, vii, 223, 445, 446— ix, 360. '

Ogilvie, Rev. John, x, 313.

oidale, Samuel, i, 269.

Olden, William, ii, 396.



NEW JEKSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 143

Oldman's Creek and Salem, Titles to plantations between, i, 109-119.

Olive, Anthony, ii, 336, 339.

Olive (Olave), Thomas, i, 239, 288, 291, 522, 523— ii, 65— iii, 221.

Oliver, Andrew, One of the Commissioners selected to settle the boundary
line, ix, 390, 447, 582, 591, 624, 631, 632.

Oliver, Peter, x, 375, 377.

Oliver, Mr., of Boston, Letter to, from Governor Belcher, vii, 76. —
Nephew of Governor Belcher, viii. Part II, 131, 175.

Ollice, Thomas, i, 268.

OUiver, William, i, 50, 65.

Oraton, Indian Sachem, Letter to, from Governor Carteret, relative to the
Newark tract, i, 55, 56.

Orme. Mr., Aide-de-Camp to General Braddock, viii. Part II, 120.

Ormston (Orminston), Charles, i, 530— ii, 187-193, 199; Disbursements by,
on account of East Jersey, 205, 416; Signs the surrender of the
government, 456-460; Recommends Andrew Hamilton for Governor,
470.

Ormston, John, iii, 161, 446.

Ormston, Joseph, i, 527— ii, 171, 177, 186-193, 198, 199, 213, 257, 263
376, 408, 411, 416; Signs the surrender of the government, 456-460
Recommends Andrew Hamilton for Governor, 470. — Referred to, iii
48, 161; Memorial of, against Peter Sonmans, 310, 312; Did not sign'
his commission, 314, 316; Signs as a Proprietor, 498. — Referred to,
IV, 141 ; Authorizes James Alexander to collect his quit rents, 241.

Osborne, Sir Danvers, Copy of instructions to, viii, Part I, 194.

Osborne, Edward, ii, 396.

Osborne, Jeremiah, ii, 129, 325.

Osborne, John, ii, 129, 327.

Osborne, Richard, ii, 363.

Osbourne, Jeremy, i, 50.

Osburne, Joseph, i, 50.

Osburne, Stejjhen, i, 05.

Ossawath, Indian grantor, i, 115.

Oswald, Mr., viii. Part I, 128.

Otter. George, Letter from, relative to an island between Burlington and
Bristol, ix, 337.

Otto, Gerrett, i, 195, 201, 282.

Oulver. William, iv, 9.

Outhout, Pop, i, 111; Permit to take up a piece of land, 113; Justice of
New Castle, 190; Declarations of, concerning John Fenwicke, 194,
195; Justice, 303; Name signed to concessions, 268; Deposition of,
274; Letter from, to John Fenwicke, 281; To be one of the Court,
284.

Overton, Benjamin, A Commissioner of Customs, ii, 179, 254.

Oxenford, John, viii, Part I, 118, 119.

Oysters, Act for the preservation of, v, 80.



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P.

Paca, William, x, 530.

Pacheeo, Rodrigo, Letter to, from James Alexander, vi. 77. — Memorial
of, to the Lords of Trade, relative to the purchase of lands from the
Indians, 142.

Paeka-go-nack, Lands at, sold by John Fenwick, i,4t4.

Packe, George, i, 50, 83, 84— ii, 325.

Paeket-Boats, The establishing of, between England and America, viii.
Part II, 138, 144, 146. — Discontinued between England and North
America, x, 666.

Page, Anthony, i, 269.

Page, John, ii, 397.

Page, John, Jr., ii, 397.

Pagit, Ilis authority as Constable denied, iv, 214.

Paice, Joseph, ii, 42-62, 66-74, 79— iv, 344, 345.

Paine, John, i, 269, 270.

Paine, Robert Treat, x, 539.

Paine, Timothy, x, 615,

Palmer, Captain (Judge), i, 305, 306, 498, 527; Petition of, to King, 532.

Palmer, Thomas, i, 288— ii, 417.

Palmer, President of Pennsylvania Council, complains of the pilots of
Delaware River, vii, 70; Reply of, to a letter from Governor
Belcher, 131.

Pancoast, John, i, 270.

Paper Money, Project of William Pinhorne for raising money by paper
bills, iv, 269; Table illustrating the interest arising from, 372. —
Acts concerning, v, 75, 87; Value of, in New York, 153; Value of,
in Perth Amboy, 154; Letter from Lords of Trade, relative to, 156;
Opinion of Governor Montgomerie respecting, 168; Counterfeits of,
191; The Lords of Trade upon, 200; Reference to, 305.— Proposal of
William Wood relative to, vi, 51 ; Rejjort of the Lords of Trade on,
78; List of papers relating to, 80; State of, in the British Planta-
tions, 83 ; Argument of Richard Partridge, relative to, 91 ; Scarcity
of, 103; Scheme for putting it on a better footing. 111; List of
papers relating to, 125 ; Letter from Governor Morris, relative to,
131-137; Observations of the New Jersey Council on, 325; Order in
Council respecting, 363 : Representation of the Lords of Trade, re-
specting, 433. — Value of, vii, 27; Extracts from letters of the Lords
of Trade, relative to, 172; Referred to, 272, 339; Examination into
the state of, 357. — Petition to the King, relative to making current
£60,000 in bills of credit, viii. Part I, 183; The bill recommended by
the Lords of Trade, 190; Petition of the Assembly relative to the
bill for making current £70,000, Part II, 14; Bill for the same. 36;
Opinion of Counselor Belcher as to bills of credit being made legal
tenders in New Jersey, 87; Memorial of Richard Partridge, relative



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 145

to bill for making current £70,000, 93; Representation of the Lords
of Trade to the King, relative to, 100; Remarks of, concerning, to
Governer Belcher, 124; Referred to, 162.— Petition for emitting
£60,000 in bills of credit, is, 11 ; Report of the Lords of Trade on
the same, 34; Petition for emitting £89,000 in bills of credit, 107;
Report upon the same by the Lords of Trade, 113 ; Message from the
Assembly to the Governor, relative to, 129; Observations of the
Governor respecting, 181 ; Bills of credit outstanding, and amount
sunk each year, 143-146; Representation from the Lords of Trade,
relative to a law for issuing bills of credit, 147; Draft of instruction
to Governor Bernard, relative to, 156; Observations of Governor
Bernard upon, 170; Observations of Governor Franklin upon, 38o;
Representation of the Lords of Trade, relative to. 405.— Governor
Franklin refuses assent to a bill for striking $100,000 in bills of
credit, x, 48; Proceedings of the Assembly in connection thei-ewith,
60; Governor Franklin gives further reasons for issuing £100,000 in
bills of credit, 99; Letter from the Earl of Hillsborough, relative to
the same, 103 ; The Lords of Trade recommend the disallowance of
the act for issuing £100,000, 100; Act disallowed, 115, 196; flenry
Wilmott in relation to, 142; Observations of Govsrnor Franklin on
the act for striking £100,000 in bills of credit. 150; Displeasure of the
Assembly at the disallowance of said act, 206 ; Proposed repeal of
the act authorizing the emission of, 315; Act for striking £100,000
and emitting the same on loans, 461; Report upon the same. 500;
■ Order in the Privy Council relative to the same, 549 ; The Earl of

Dartmouth in relation to the same, 557.
Papists, Not permitted liberty of conscience, ix, 66.
Parant, John, ii, 396.
Parat, Henry, ii, 396.
Pardon, Thomas, i, 149.

Pardon, William, i, 65. 72, 76, 81, 82; Difficulty with William Meaker,
85, 80; Letter from Lords Berkeley and Carteret, relative to his
difficulty with William Meaker, 104; Note relative to his arrest by
Captain James Carteret, 104; Case of William Meeker against, 334;
Petition of Governor And ros, 335; Letter from, to Captain Nieolls,
336; Referred to, 337.
Paris, Ferdinand J., i, 524.— Recommended by Thomas Penn as agent
for New Jersey, v, 293; Letter to, from James Alexander, 327; Auto-
graph, 405; Referred to, 431, 434— vi, 76; Letter from, to James
Alexander. 422; Autograph, 424; Notice of, 424; Referred to, 474—
vii, 10; Letter from, to James Alexander, 12; Autograph of, 13.—
Letters to, from James Alexander, relative to the boundary line be-
tween New York and New Jersey, 119, 125, 131, 152; Letters
from, to James Alexander, relative to the New York and New Jersey
line, 156, 107, 176; Letter to, from J. Alexander and R. H. Morris,
relative to the New Jersey riots, 197; Petition of, relative to tlie

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