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to J. Alexander, relative to action against the riotei's, 234; Letter
from, to J. Alexander, commenting on Governor Belcher's proceed-
ings, 238; Letter to, from J. Alexander and R. H. Morris, concern-
ing Governor Belcher and the rioters, 251; Letter from, to J.
Alexander, relative to business before the Lords of Trade, 260; Letter
to, from J. Alexander and R. H. Morris, relative to the New York
and New Jersey division line, 262; Letter from, to J. Alexander,
relative to the condition of New Jersey affairs in London, 271 ; Letter
to, relative to the New Jersey rioters, 272; Transmits papers relating
to the rebellion in New Jersey, 273, 275; Letter from, to J. Alexan-
der, relative to his proceedings in London, 294; To the same, in
regard to the division line between New York and New Jersey, 297;
Letter from, to James Alexander, concerning the riots, 301, 304;
Letter from, to the same, relative to granting pardons to those
accused of treason, 308; Letter from, to the same, containing sug-
gestions for remedying the diflBculties in the Province, 310; Incloses
letter to the Lords of Trade, relating to the riots, 328; Letter from,
to J. Alexander, respecting the junction of the Provinces of New
York and New Jersey, 360 ; Referred to, 525, 526— viii. Part I, 137,
145; Letter from, to Robert H. Morris, relative to the boundary line
between New York and New Jersey, 152; RejDly to the same, 157;
Further letter from, on the same subject, 182; Referred to, 218, 219;
Letter to, from James Alexander, relative to the boundary line, Part
II, 89; Memorandum of, relative to commissioners for determining
the boundaries, 242; Referred to, 244, 247— ix, 342, 445.
Park, James, vii, 533-536.
Parke, Roger, iii, 165.

Parker, Elisha, ii, 487.— Affidavit of, relative to the supposed Cornbury
Fund, iii, 217; Member of the Assembly, 295— iv, 10; Recommended
for the Council, 63, 153, 154; Referred to by Rev. Jacob Henderson,
157; Recommended for the Council, 169, 171, 182; Dead, 326; Notice
of, 326; Payments due, 370, 372.
Parker, Elisha, Commissioned to mn the line between East and "West
Jersey, vi, 352 ; Letter from, acting for the Proprietors of East Jer-
sey, to the committee making the proposals, under date of August
11, 1746, 392; Affidavit of, relative to legal proceedings of the com-
mittee of the rioters, 395 ; Notice of, 397.— Address of, to the Speaker
of the Council of New York, vii, 141, 155.
Parker, Henry, i, 113.

Parker, James, Number of men in his company, vi, 425.— Referred to,
vii, 114— viii. Part I, 200.— Petition of, as a Proprietor, Part II,
328. — Recommended for appointment as member of Council of New
Jersey, ix, 366, 427, 442, 444; Notice of, 446; Acknowledges the re-
ceipt of His Majesty's mandamus to be of the Council of New Jersey,



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483; Referred to, 501; In Council, 509.— Referred to, x, 137, 195,
561, 604.

Parker, James (Printer), x, 98.

Parker, John, i, 50 — ii, 327, 397. — Recommended as a member of the
Council, iv, 331; Notice of, 333; One of the commissioners to try
pirates, 340; Appointed a member of the Council by Governor Hun-
ter, 363, 373, 374, 394.— One of Oovernor Burnet's Council, v, 3, 34;
Money received from, on account of bills of credit, 134; Money paid
to, 137, 146, 147, 150; Certificate of, 155; Letter from, to Rev. Will-
iam Skinner, relative to the seal of the city of New Brunswick, 283;
Signs memorial, 301. — Referred to, vii, 428.

Parker, Colonel John, Return of stores at Schenectady, ix, 10; Notice
of, 10; Letter from, to Lewis Johnson, referring to the co-operation
of the Indians, 172.

Parker, Joseph, i, 50 — ii, 397 — iii, 212.

Parker, Nathaniel, Contributes to the supposed Cornbury Fund, iii, 212.

Parker, Peter, i, 51, 59, 62, 177.

Parker, Samuel, x, 588,

Parker, Thomas, ii, 397.

Parker, Thomas, Jr., ii, 397.

Parkins, Samuel, vi, 351 — vii, 457.

Parkhurst, Benjamin, ii, 395.

Parlaman, John, s, 718.

Parmeter, .Joseph, Indicted, iii, 496.

Parmyter, John, ii, 239, 240.

Parrent, William, ii, 397.

Pars, John, ii, 327.

Parsons, Ann, i, 186.

Partition Lines, See Boundary Lines.

Partridge, Richard, v, 289, 293; Comments of, on the desire of the peo-
ple of New Jersey for a separate government, 303 ; Memorial of, to the
Lords of Trade, relative to New Jersey bills, 304 ; Letter to Secre-
tary Popple, relative to export duty on copper ore, 406; Reply of,
to the objections of Solicitor Sharpe to the New Jersey act for
making £40,000 in bills of credit, 416 ; Petition of, for a sepa-
rate Governor for New Jersey, referred to the Lords of Trade, 448;
His reasons for a separate Governor for New Jersey, 451.
— Arguments of, relating to the paper currency in America,
vi, 91; Memorial of, to the Lords of Trade, relative to
the purchase of lands from the Indians, 142 ; Order in
Council upon his petition to the King, relative to the emission of
£40,000 in bills of credit, 361, 362; Representation of the Lords of
Trade respecting his said petition, 433; Referred to, 474. — Letters
to, from Governor Belcher, relative to private affairs, vii, 59, 75;
Letter to, as agent of New Jersey, from Governor Belcher, 100;
From the same, relative to the action of the Legislature, 106; Re-



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ferredto, 138, 139, 169, 176; Letter from, to Richard Smith, Jr.,
relative to the riots, 242, 268 ; Letter to, from Richard Smith, re-
specting the proceedings of the Legislature, 365; Referred to, 525,
526, 527; Letters to, from Governor Belcher, relative to the proceed-
ings of the Legislature, etc., 553, 573; Letter to, from Governor
Belcher, on personal matters, 592 ; Defence of the character of Will-
iam Morris, addressed to the Lords of Trade, 602 ; Referred to, 606 ;
Letter to, from Governor Belcher, relative to Lewis M. Ashfield, 614.
— Memorial of, relative to the Council of New Jersey, viii, Part I,
18; Referred to, 29; Letters to, from Governor Belcher, 36, 52, 61;
Referred to, 102. — Memorial of, relative to the bill for emitting £70,-
000 in bills of credit. Part II, 95 ; Letters to, from Governor Belcher,
190, 197; Warrant to, 232,— Petition of, for the emission of £60,000
in bills of credit, ix, 12; Referi'ed to, 9, 17; Memorial of, respect-
ing bill for emitting £89,000 in bills of credit, 107; Report of the
Lords of Trade on the same, 113; Referred to, 445.

Partridge. William, ii, 123 — vii, 1 — ix, 445.

Pate, William, ii, 148.

Patent to Samuel Godyn and Samuel Bloemmaert for Cape May County,
i, 1 ; To James, Duke of York, for New Jersey, 3.

Patterson, Edward, i, 51.

Paul, Philip, ii, 380.

Paulson, Cornelius, iv, 189.

Pauncfort (Pausford), Edward, ii, 42-62, 66-74, 79.

Pauncfort, Tracy (Francis), ii, 42-62, 66-74; Signs the surrender of the
government, 456-460; Recommends Andrew Hamilton for Governor,
470.

Paxson, Henry, viii, Part II, 151-153, 233, 234— x, 358, 417, 479.

Paxton, Charles, ix, 622.

Payne, William, i, 72.

Paynter, Richard, i, 50.

Peace, Joseph, v, 132, 134, 136, 138— vii, 339.

Peachee, William, i, 268, 288, 421.

Peaeher, Thomas, iii, 165.

Peacock, Captain James, i, 464, 4G6.

Peagram, John, Appointed a member of the Council, v, 347. — Surveyor-
General of Customs, vi, 15.

Pear, John, x, 718.

Pearce, James, i, 268, 414.

Pearce, John, ii, 326.

Pearson, Isaac, iv, 113— v, 282— vi, 202.

Pearson, Joseph, v, 187.

Pearson, Theophilus, ii, 813, 338, 835, 336, 338— iii, 307, 351, 352: Jus-
tice of the Peace for Essex County, 495.

Pearson, Samuel, ii, 336.

Pearson, Thomas, i, 242, 530.



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Peck, Joseph, ii, 336.

Pedrick, Rodger, i, 2G9, 414.

Peer, Abraham, x, 718.

Peer, John, x, 718.

Peirce, Daniel, i, 155.

Peirce, Edward, v, 187.

Peirce, Thomas, i, 268, 413.

Peirson, Jonathan, vi, 346, 350, 361, 367— vii, 64, 74.

Peiterson, Walter, i, 2G9.

Pemberton, Rev. Mr., Letter to, from Governor Belcher, relative to the
new college, vii, 118; Referred to, 618 — viii. Part I, 9, 11.

Pemhake, i, 1,

Pemrepogh, Relations with Bergen, i, 145, 146, 151.

Pendleton, Edmund, x, 530.

Penford, John, i, 239, 288, 271, 291.— One of the first commissioners to
buy and lay out lands, iii, 221.

Penn, John, x, 574, 650, 651.

Penn, Richard, viii, Part I, 200.

Penn, Thomas, Governor of Pennsylvania, Letter to, from Governor
Belcher, vii, 147.— Referred to, viii. Part I, 137, 154, 158; Bond of
Indemnity, 200.

Penn, William, Quintipartite deed to, from Sir George Carteret, i, 205;
Instructions from, and others, to their commissioners in West
Jersey, 219; Letters from, and associates, 230, 235; Signed conces-
sions, etc., to settlers in West Jersey, 268; Resident of Salem, 283;
Grant to him and others from the Duke of York, 324; Referred to,
347; Letter to, from Sir John Werden, 348; Grant to, from
trustees of Sir George Carteret, 366; Deed to, from John Fenwicke,
for half of New Jersey, 370; Letter to, from James NevilJ, 381;
Xamed among the twenty-four East Jersey Proprietors, 383; Appoint-
ments by, as Governor of Pennsylvania, 395 ; Commissioners to treat
with West Jersey appointed by, 415; Letters from, to the Governor
and Council of West Jersey, 417, 419; Proclamation of, against
Thomas Mathews, 422; Signs as Proprietor, 437; Letter to, from


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