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tion of Perth Amboy to, 6; Answer of, 8; To President Reading,
relative to the invasion of Canada, 111 ; Appointed Governor of South
Carolina, 188; Named as one of the commissioners for trying
pirates, 28S.

Pratt, Benjamin, ix, 283.

Pratt, Mr., viii. Part I, 145.

Prayers for the Royal family, ix, 302, 875.

Preijers, Andryas, ii, 327.

Presbyterian Clergy of New Jersey, Petition of, for a charter incorporat-
ing "The New Jersey Society for the better support of the widows,
and education of the children of deceased Presbyterian ministers, x,
339-349; Opinion of David. Ogden on said charter, 350; Opinion of
Cortlandt Skinner on the same, 353; Governor Franklin, in relation
to the petition of, 400; The Earl of Dartmouth, in relation to the



156 GENERAL INDEX

same, 404, 407; Permission given to the Governor to pass their
charter, 409,

Preston, Isaac, x, 531.

Price, Benjamin, i, 50, 05, 306— ii, 315, 326— iii, 201, 295, 486, 495— v,
187.

Price, Benjamin, Jr., ii, 129, 326, 397.

Price, Daniel, ii, 129, 327, 334.

Price, Edward, v, 187.

Price, Ephraim, ii, 129, 315, 326, 334.

Price, Joseph, License to. as Branch pilot, ix, 18; Authorized to impress
vessels to transport troops to New Jersey, 240.

Price, Philip, Jr., x, 718.

Price, Robert F., x, 251, 458, 479.

Price. Samuel, vi, 455— vii, 208, 458— x, 718.

Price, Thomas, x, 717.

Price. William, x, 718.

Pridmore, John, vii, 622.

Princeton, Building of a college at, vii, 58.

Pringle, Thomas, ii, 290.

Prior (Pryyer), Corsparus, vii, 402; Affidavit of, relative to the riots, 429;
Referred to, 510.

Prisoners to be delivered up, vii, 549.

Prit, Benjamin, ii, 129.

Prite, Thomas, ii, 129.

Proclamation money, vii, 393-400.

Produce of New Jersey, x, 444.

Proprietors of East Jersey, Lease to, from Lady Elizabeth Carteret and
Trustees, i, 360; Agreement as to the benefit of survivorship, 373;
Commission from, to Thomas Rudyard, as Secretary and Register,
370; Commission from, to Samuel Groom, as Receiver-General, 378;
Commission from, to Gawen Lawrie, as Deputy Governor, 423;
Instructions from, to Deputy Governor Lawrie, 426. 459; List of, in
1083, 441; Regulations of, for taking up lands, 452, 470, 492, 499;
Seal of, 488; Quo warrantos against, authorized, 501; Appointment
of William Dockwra as their agent, 506; Deputy Governor Lawrie's
powers revoked by, 531; Petition of, to the King, relative to the
entering of their vessels at New York, 533; Representation of, to
the King, relatiA^e to customs, or desiring that East Jersey be made
a distinct government, or be joined with West Jersey, 535.

Proprietors, See also New Jersey, East Jersey, West Jersey, and Berkeley
and Carteret.

Provincial Congress of New Jersey, Resolution, Association and circular
letter of, x, 639.

Provost, David, iv, 340 — v, 153.

Provost, William, Recommended for the New York Council, v, 70; Money
received of, 142, 144, 149; Money paid to, 146; Commissioned to try



KEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 157

pirates, 197; Recommended for Council, 318, 323; Appointed, 346;

Referred to, 456; Report on claims of Lewis Morris, 478. — Referred

to, vi, 14, 15— vii, 646.
Pammerent, Claus Jansen, i, 82.
Purdy, William, ii, 327.
Rutland, Heron, v, 155.
Pyle, Sarah, i, 414.
Pyles, William, i, 65.



Q.



Quakers in New Jersey in 1699, ii, 305; Allowed to affirm instead of
taking an oath, 522. — Their admission to office, without taking an
oath, iii, 2; Favored by Colonel Hamilton, 13, 15; Complaints
against, by Lord Cornbury, 66, 83, 84; Excluded their right of
voting, 153; Remarks of Lord Cornbury concerning, 229; Colonel
Quary's opinion of, 235, 273; Opinion of Lord Cornbury's Council
in regard to them, 394, 413, 414; Not allowed to serve on juries in
criminal cases, 345-443, 448; Their objections to raising troops,
461, 462, 465, 466; Complaints against them made by Lieutenant-
Governor Tngoldsby and his Council, to the Queen, 470 — iv, 20;
Harrassraent of, under Lord Cornbury, 25: Remarks of the Assem-
bly upon them, 42; Remarks of William Dockwra upon, 121, 129,
133; Representation respecting them by Rev. Jacob Henderson, 155,
156; Their position, etc., 196, 232, 236-240; Two speeches relating
to Daniel Coxe, 243, 246; Form of affirmation appointed, 259;
Threats against, 302 ; Lords of Trade recommend that they be al-
lowed to affirm, 334; Petition against allowing them to affirm, 342:
Representation of the Lords of Trade, relative to the same, 366. —
Numbers in New Jersey, v, 81; Number of, in the Assembly, 234,
235. — Against the Council, vi, 65; Claim to be exempt from military
duty, 104, 105; Account of the excommunication of a Chief- Justice
in Pennsylvania, 173. — Governor Belcher's treatment of, vii, 121,
133; Referred to, 629. — Plan of protection against the Indians pro-
posed by, ix, 118.

Quary, Colonel Robert, Letters from, to the Lords of Trade, concerning
pirates, ii, 277, 280; Notice of, 280; Referred to, 286, 291, 464, 473;
Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, adverse to Andrew Hamilton,
479 ; Objected to as a member of Council, 488 ; Appointed member
of the Council, 507; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, concerning
the trouble in New Jersey, 544. — One of Governor Cornbury's Coun-
cil, iii, 2; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, desiring to succeed
Mr. Randolph as Surveyor-General, 7; Letter to the same, relative to
New Jersey affairs, 13; Referred to, 37, 45; Letter from, to the
Lords of Trade, 52; Commissioner for New Jersey, 64; Referred to,
103, 132, 155, 160; Letters from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to



158 GENERAL INDEX

New Jersey affairs, 234, 271 ; Objected to as a member of the Coun-
cil, 301; Appointed a member of Lord Lovelace's Council, 317;
Signs addresses, 378, 415, 473. — Member of Governor Hunter's
Council, TV, 2, 19; Letter from, to John Pulteny, 6; Complimented
by Governor Hunter, 61; Referred to, 85, 123, 131, 157, 159; Dead,
175, 216; Referred to, 324.

Quigg, Hugh, X, 717.

Quintin, William, Sr., Commissioner of Customs, 254.

Quintipartite Deed between Sir George Cartaret. William Penn, Nicholas
Lucas, Gawen Lawrie and Edward Byllyinge, Dividing the Province
of New Jersey into East and West Jersey, i, 205.

Quit-rents, Selling of, forbidden, i, 477. — Instructions respecting, ii, 84-
86; George Willocks authorized to receive them, 186; Rip Van Dam
likewise authorized, 194. — Governor Franklin, in relation to, ix, 586.

R.

Radler, John, ii, 334.

Rahl (Rail), Colonel, x, 272.

Raleigh, Sir Walter, i, 272.

Raleman, Jane, ii, 327.

Ralph, Moses, iv, 303.

Rambo, John, ii, 146, 380.

Rambo, P.. i, 183.

Randall, , ix, 251.

Randolph, Edmund, ix, 326.

Randolph, Edward, ii, 49; Memorial from, to the Commissioners of Cus-
toms, 116; Memorial from, to the Lords of Trade, 131 ; Letter to,
from the Commissioners of Customs, relative to the ports of Perth
Amboy and Burlington, 178; One of the Council of West Jersey,
209; Referred to, 215, 228, 235, 243, 248, 252; Letter from, to the
Lords of Trade, relative to East and West Jersey, 356; Crimes and
misdemeanors charged by him upon the Governors of the Proprietary
Governments in America, 358; Referred to, 473, 476, 480; Letter
from, to the Lords of Trade, adverse to Andrew Hamilton, 481.

Randolph, John, ix, 622.

Randolph, Joseph Fitz, ii, 326.

Randolph, Peter, One of the commissioners selected to settle the bound-
ary lines, ix, 390, 447, 582, 591, 624, 631, 632.

Randolph, Peyton, One of the commissioners selected to settle the bound-
ary line, ix, 390, 447, 582, 591, 625, 631, 632.— Letter from, to the
Speaker of the House of Representatives of New Jersey, x, 25.

Randolph, Richard, vii, 109.

Raper, Caleb, viii. Part I, 69.

Raper, Thomas, ii, 148.

Rarlemon, Jacob, ii, 326,



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 159

Ramlinson, Thomas, iii, 153.

Read, Bowes, x, 149.

Read, Charles, vi, 368— vii, 125, 128, 189, 150; On the stale of the paper
currency, 357; Collector of Customs at Burlington, 381; Clerk, 542-
550; Referred to, 050 — viii. Part 1.38; Letter to, from Governor
Belcher, relative to the riots at Perth Amboy, 39; Referred to, 45,
75, 106; Letter from, to Robert Hunter Morris, 186.— To agree
with printer for printing bills of credit. Part II, 71 ; Letter to, from
Governor Belcher, relative to the defeat of General Braddock, 117;
"Warrants to, 150-155, 333-234; Colonel of Burlington militia, 158;
Informs Lieutenant-Governor Pownall of the death of Governor
Belcher, 357. — Recommended for the Council, ix, 137; Bearer of
message to the Governor, 129; Appointed a member of the Council,
151, 153; Notice of, 151; Certifies, 305; Referred to, 217, 237; Mem-
ber of Council, 274 ; Named as one of the commissioners for
trying pirates, 384; Referred to, 343; Commissioner to purchase
lands of the Indians, 356 ; Appointed Surrogate, 359, 360 ; Referred
to, 387; Commission of, as Chief -Justice, 434, 435, 437; In Council,
509 — X, 7, 17, 28; Commissioned with others to take charge of the
seals, 54; Referred to, 133, 331, 379; In Council, 351; Warrant to,
357; Removal of, to St. Croix, 436; Notice of, 426; Referred to,
437, 455.

Read, George, x, 539.

Read, Israel, x, 345.

Read, Joe, viii, Part I, 133.

Read (Reed), John, iii, 498— iv, 315. 826, 334, 375, 377.

Read, Mr., Intrusted with letters from Mr. Dockwra, and died on the
jaassage, iv, 116, 117.

Reader, Jeremiah, iii, 446.

Reading, Elizabeth, ix, 3.

Reading, John, ii, 146, 380, 486.— Summoned by Lord Cornbury, to show
his authority as one of the Council of West Jersey, iii, 158; One of
the Council, 231. — Notice of, iv, 63; Judge of the Supreme Court,
140; Recommended for the Council, 153. 154, 169, 170, 183; Died,
833; Payments due him, 370, 373; Referred to, 452, 453.

Reading, John (2d), One of Governor Burnet's Council, v, 3, 3; Money
paid to, 135, 141; Commissioner to try pirates, 197; Signs, 443;
Referred to, 456 ; Reports on the claim of Lewis Morris, 478. — Named
as one of Governor Morris' Cotincil, vi, 14, 15, 109; Signs as a Pro-
prietor, 139; Speaker of Council, 143,333; Letter from, to the Lords
of Trade, announcing the death of President Hamilton, 463. — Mem-
ber of Governor Belcher's Council, vii, 6, II, 98, 103, 237, 644 — viii,
Part I, 16, 105; Part II, 150; Objects to assume the chief authority
on the death of Governor Belcher, 359; States his objections in a
letter to Lieutenant-Governor Pownall, 360; Governor PownaU's
reply, 361; Rejoinder of, 363; Opinion of the Attorney-General as



160 GENERAL INDEX

to his authority as President of the Council, 264; Referred to, 267. —
Letter to, on receiving the government from Lieutenant-Governor
Pownall, ix, 2; Notice of, 5; Refen-ed to, 7; Letter from, to William
Denny, 110; Letter to, from Governor Pownall, relative to the inva-
sion of Canada, 111; Asks leave to resign as a member of the Coun-
cil, 127; Charles Read appointed in his stead, 151; Referred to,
184, 207.

Reading, Joseph, x, 352.

Reading, Thomas (John?), Referred to by Rev. Jacob Henderson, iv, 157.

Reap, Widow, Contributes to the supposed Cornbury Fund, iii, 212.

Reape, William, i, 44.

Receivers-General, Crown rules and instructions for, ix, 289-299.

Redford, John, vi, 373.

Redman, John, x, 227.

Redford, Thomas, iv, 9.

Reed, Andrew, x, 5.

Reed, Joseph, x, 428.

Reed, Joseph, Jr., Deputy Secretary of the Colony of New Jersey, x, 5,
7; Surrogate, 8; Referred to, 183-135, 08 1.

Reeve, John, iv, 81, 85.

Reeve, Mark, i, 186, 269, 413, 414.

Reeves, John, iii, 376, 423, 424, 427, 447, 452.

Reformed Christian religion, to be maintained in the Province of New
Jersey, i, 135.

Register of Scotland, Letter from, to Sir John Werden, i, 379: Answer to
the same, 380.

Regnier, Mr., iv, 102, 103, 132.

Reid, James, i, 512.

Reid, John, i, 448, 464, 405, 467, 468; Notice of, 510; Referred to, 511-513,
523 ; Award of, relative to the settlement of the line between East
and West Jersey, 523. — Referred to, ii, 16, 17, 33; Commissioned
Surveyor-General in the case of the disability of John Barclay, 81 ;
Signs as Proprietor, 113; Referred to, 186, 190, 195-197; A Grand
Juror, 332.

Renowewan, Indian chief, i, 182.

Representatives, Method of choosing, vi, 19.

Ressey, Joseph, ii, 397.

Revell, Thomas, i, 260, 284— ii, 146, 147, 209, 384; Recommended for
Council, 417, 429, 486; Objected to, 488; Appointed member of the
Council, 507. — One of Governor Cornbury 's Council, iii, 2, 64;
Objects to certain representatives in the General Assembly, 88, 112,
137, 150; Referred to, 155, 160, 172, 178, 279; Notice of, 290;
Objected to, as a member of the Council, 300; Letter from William
Penn concerniug, 303; Removal of, from the Council, recommended
by the Lords of Trade, 309; Signs address, 367; Referred to, 463 —
iv, 41.



ISTEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. IGl

Revenues and fines from December, 1704, to December, 1708, iii, 350.

RevolutioHary disturbances, King's message to Parliament, relative to
outrageous proceedings in Boston, x, 431 ; Resolution of the House of
Lords in reply, 432; The same, of the House of Commons, 433;
Comments on the events in Boston, by the people of Essex County,
459; Resolves of the Freeholders of Essex County, 465; Pamphlet
entitled "Argument on both sides in the dispute between Great
Britain and her Colonies, etc.," 478; The importation of arms and
ammunition into the Colonies forbidden by the King, 497; The King
determines to withstand every attempt to weaken his authority over
the Colonies, 513; Destruction of tea at Greenwich, 530; Seizure of
arms and ammunition imported without license, 548; Earl of Dart-
/ mouth expresses hopes of a restoration of the public tranquility, 553 ;
News of the affair at Lexington and Concord, 587; Lawyers agree to
prevent all unnecessary litigation on account of, 589; Proceedings of
the King's troops at Concord, 590; The affair at Weymouth, 60G:
At Halifax, 608; The King's bust disfigured at Montreal, 610;
Affidavits relative to the affairs at Lexington and Concord, 61C-615;
Respecting prisoners made at Ticonderoga and Crown Point, 641 ;
Movement of troops in New Jersey, 644; The King determines to
crush the rebellion, 645; War declared by Congress and preparations
in progress for it, 653; Fears of the Tories, 654; Lord Stirling (Wil-
liam Alexander) appointed a colonel by the Provincial Congress, 66'.:
No one will accept a seat in the Council, 662; Ti'oops and money
raised in New Jersey, 669; General belief that Congress will have the
assistance of France, 676; Vessels authorized by Congress to obtain
from foreign ports gunpowder and military stores, 684: Oath imposed
on the inhabitants of Newport, Rhode Island, by General Lee, 685;
An act passed in Connecticut for punishing persons inimical to the
Colonies, 686 ; Notes of what Mr. Dickinson said before the Assembly
of New Jersey, 689; Articles of confederation and perpetual union.
691-697; Arrest of Governor Franklin, 698-702; Lord High
Admiral of England, to seize all ships taken from the Colonies, 711;
Association of the inhabitants of Pequanock, to sustain the action
of Congress, 716.

Reynolds, John, i, 369.

Reynolds, John, of Morris County, x, 717.

Reynardson, Samuel, s, 3.

Rhode Island, Connected with illegal trading, ii, 123; Quota of troops of,
for the defence of New York, 134; A retreat for pirates, 361. — As-
sistance from, for New York, viii. Part I, 194, 195. — Oath imjjosed
on the people of Newport, x, 685.

Richards, Paul, v, 400, 402, 409, 410.

Richards, Thomas, x, 073.

Richardson, Joseph, x, 413.

Richardson, John, x, 717.
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102 GENERAL INDEX

Riehier, Edward, ii. 42-62, 6(5-74. 76, 79, 95, 257, 258, 300, 303, 376,
40S, 411, 416; Si.^ns the suiTender of the government, 456-460;
Asks the appointment of Andrew Hamilton as Governor, 470. —
Signs as a Proprietor, iii, 38, 82, 95, 302; Did not sign Sonmans'
commission, 314; Signs as a Proprietor, 498. — Letter from, to Secre-
tary Popple, iv, 115; Signs as a Proprietor, 141: Recommends cer-
tain persons for the Council, 153; Referred to, 242 — v, 6.

Richmond, Duke of. Circular letter from, relative to penalties incurred
under the Stamp Act, ix, 553; Acknowledgment to, from Governor
Franklin, 568.

Ricketts, Colonel, vii, 528.

Rickie. Israel, vi, 455 — vii, 458.

Rickie, John, vi. 455. 465 — vii, 458.

Riddell (Riddle), Walter, ii, 186-193; Disbursements by, on account of
East Jersey, 202; Sigr.s name, 213.

Riddle, "William, Summoned by Lord Cornbury to show his authority to
act as one of the Council of West Jersey, iii, 158.

Rig, Ambrose, Disbursements by, on account o( East Jersey, ii, 205.

Rigg, Ambrose, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 266, 373. 383, 425, 433,
434, 529.

Riggs, Joseph, x. 467.

Right, R., i, 269.

Righton, William, ii, 121, 122.

Riker, Hendrick, vii, 372-375. 444.

Riker, John, vii, 372-374.

Riley, John, Captain, ix, 184, 186.

Rillingworth, Thomas, Judge in Salem County, a scandalous person,
iii, 152.

Ringo, Cornelius, vii, 006.

Ringo, Philip, vii, 606.

Riots, In Monmouth County, x, 148; In Essex and Monmouth, 172, 192.

Rioters, List of, \i, 245; Communication from, 292; Speech of Samuel
Nevill in answer to their petition, 323; Petition from, to the House
of Assembly, 348; Member of Council, 369, 370; Affidavit of Elisha
Parker, relative to legal proceedings of, 395; State of facts about
the riots, 397; Affidavits respecting, 427-432; Numbers of, in-
creasing, 446. — Answer of, to the publication of the Proprietors and
speech of Samuel Nevill, vii, 30 ; James Alexander, relative to, 53 ; Pe-
tition from, to Governor Belcher, 71; Referred to, 82, 86 ; Proceedings
of the Council, relative to, 86 ; Letters from James Alexander, relative
to, 113, 122, 154, 161; Affidavits relative to, 178-182; Address from
the Council of New Jersey to the Iving, relative to, 189; Address of
the same to the Duke of Bedford, relative to, 191; Petition from the
Council of Proprietors of East Jersey, to the King, relative to, 193;
Letter from James Alexander and Robert T. Morris, relative to, 197;
State of facts concerning, 207; Proposal of, relative to instituting



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 163

suits, 233; Letter from the Council of New Jersey, relative to, 236;
Governor, to the Lords of Trade, concerning, 249 ; J. Alexander and
R. H. Morris, to P. J. Paris, relative to, 251; Richard Partridge,
relative to, 268; Timber destroyed by them near Newark on the
Passaic River, 272; List of papers relating to, 274; Affidavits and
. other documents relating to, 275-288; J. Alexander on the trial of,
in Essex County, 288 ; Letter from Governor Belcher to the Lords of
Trade, relative to, 293; Letters from P. J. Paris, concerning, 301,
304; Proprietors of West Jersey pray relief from, 316; Letter from
J. Alexender, relating to, 328 ; Letter from David Ogden, relative to
the titles of, 343; Prom the same, respecting the Horseneek, 364,
368; Affidavits relative to, 869-378; Petition of R. H. Morris, re-
specting. 379; Proclamation of Governor Belcher, relative to, 382 ;
Additional facts, affidavits, examinations and other documents re-
lating to, 402-456; List of those indicted in Essex, Middlesex and
Somerset Counties, 456; Representation of the Lords of Trdde, con-
cerning, 467; Memorial of the Council, relative to, 537; Not con-
victed of treason, 574,— Memorial, responsive to representations
made by them, viii, Parti, 1; At Perth Amboy, 38, 39, 43, 52;
Order in the Privy Council, relative to, 53; Letters from Governor
Belcher, relative to, 60, 61; Report of the Lords oC the Committee
of Council, relating to, 90; Letters of Governor Belcher, referring
to, 9), 102; His speech in Council concerning. 103,
Ritchie, John, ii, 186.
Ritger, Abraham, vi, 245.

Robeards. Luraan, x, 718.

Roberts (Robards), Amos, One of the rioters in Essex County, vi, 351,
403. 455, 465— vii, 156, 178, 180, 181, 207, 210, 223-225, 231, 232,
283, 810, 457, 458, 471, 489, 497, 505.

Roberts (Roberdes), John, i, 269— iv, 276, 2S1, 283, 809— v, 187.

Roberts, Joseph, One of the rioters, vii, 178, 179, 405, 444, 512.

Robeson, Andrew, ii, 22, 24, 146; Disbursements by, on account of East
Jersey, 204; Signs, 380.

Robeson, John, Sr., x, 717.

Robeson, John, Jr., x, 717.

Robeson, Dr. William, Disbursements by, on account of East Jersey,
ii, 202.

Robinds, Peter, x, 718.

Robins, Aaron, ii, 397.

Robins, Daniel, ii, 390, 397— iv, 310.

Robins, Moses, ii, 396.

Robins, Nathaniel, ii, 396.

Robins, Richard, ii, 397— iii, 35S.— Affidavit of, against Jeremiah Basse,
iv, 74.

Robins, Robert, iv, 215.



164 GENEEAL INDEX

Robinson. Andrew, Surveyor of West New Jersey, i, 517, 521— vi, 148,
149— viii, Part I, 205, 227, 249.

Robinson, John, x, 229.

Robinson, Thomas, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 474, 490, 529.

Robinson, Sir Thomas, viii, Part I, 98; Letter from, to Governor Belcher,
relative to the hostile attempts of the French on the Ohio, 292 ; From
the Lords of Trade, with a plan for the defence of the Colonies,
Part TI, 1 ; Circular letter from, to the Governors in America, urging
enlistments, 17; Letters to, from Governor Belcher, relative to the
conduct of the Assembly. 24, 76; Letter to, from James Alexander,
relative to the action of New York Council in regard to the boundary
line, 89; Circular letter from, to Governors, relative to augmenting
the regiments in America, 93; Letters to, from Governor Belcher,
relative to military matters, 105, 135; From the Lords of Trade,
relative to establishing packet-boats between England and the
Colonies, 138; From Governor Belcher, relative to military affairs,
148; Referred to, 209.

Robinson, William, i, 530— ii, 327— iv, 188.

Robison, Patrick, ii. 122.

Robison, Richard, i, 269.

Robs, John, x, 711.

Rockhill, Edward, iii, 165.

Roddam, Colonel Robert, Correspondence relating to the accidental kill-
ing of a maid-servant of Colonel Ricketts of Elizabethtown, by a
shot from the ship Greyhound, vii, 528-537.

Rodman, Dr. John, Recommended for the Council, v, 294, 366, 402, 446,
454^ 469.— Member of Governor Morris' Council, vi, 14, 15, 109, 369,
370, 435. — Referred to, vii, 5; Member of Governor Belcher's Coun-
cil, 6, 86, 88, 97, 237, 541, 644.— Referred to, viii, Part I, 16; Dead,
Part II, 236.

Rodney, Cassar, x, 529.

Roe, Azel, x, 345.

Roeloste, Helemock, ii, 326.

Roemer, Col. W. W., Report of the Earl of Bellomont, on the harbor of
New York, ii, 354.

Rogers, Jabez, ii, 336, 339.

Rogers, John, i, 288— iv, 98.

Rogers, Joseph, x, 717,

Rogers, Nathaniel, vii, 421, 424.

Rolf, Henry, iv, 18S, 190.

Rolph, Benjamin, iv, 189.

Rolph, John, Affidavit of, relative to the riots, vii, 438.

Rolph, Joseph, ii, 217.

Rolph (Rolfe), Moses, iv, 186, 187— v, 142, 144, 147, 149.

Romer, Wolfgang William, iii, 64.

Ronal, James, x, 717.



XEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 1G5

Roosevelt, John, v, 153.

Rose, JoseiDh, vii, 542; Affidavit of, against John Coxe, 543.

Rose, William, x, 717.

Ross, George, i, 65 — ii, 397.

Ross, George, x, 529, 574.

Ross, George, Jr., ii, 129, 334.

Ross, Isaac, x, 718.

Ross, John, ii, 129, 326, 334, 396— vii, 439.

Ross, Major John, ix. 355.

Ross. William, x, 717.

Rosse, George, ii, 397.

Rowe, George, i, 320.

Rowleson, Aaron, v, 151.

Royal Mines in New Jersey, Articles of association to work, ix, 318.

Royce (Royse), John, ii, 255, 270, 325, 348, 437, 439, 441, 486, 487, 502.-
Contributes to the supposed Cornbury fund, iii, 211; Affidavit rela-
tive to the same, 217.— Referred to, 429, 459, 480, 482, 484, iv, 107,
111.

Roydon, William, i, 268.

Roye, John, Nominated as Justice of the Peace, viii. Part I, 105.

Ruckraan, John, ii, 326, 365.

Rudderow, John, ii, 384.

Rudvores, John, iv, 310.

Rudyard, John, iv, 9; Statement of, respecting Peter Sonmans, 15;
Referred to, 136.

Rudyard (Ruddiard), Thomas, i, 268; An East Jersey Proprietor, 366,
373; Commission of, as Secretary and Register of East Jersey, 376;
Note on, 376 ; Among the twenty-four East Jersey Proprietors, 383,
410, 43-2; Referred to, 438, 442. '447, 460, 462, 481; Censured by the
Proprietors of East Jersey, 492 ; Referred to, 529 ; Disbursements by,
on account of East Jersey, ii, 203; Referred to, 232, 388.

Rufane, General, ix, 277.

Ruggles, Mr., ix, 451.

Rumsey, William, i, 269.

Runyon (Rugnion), Vincent, i, 85 — ii. 325.

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Rush, Benjamin, x, 430.

Rushout. Sir John, viii. Parti, 23.

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