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216, 228, 261, 266, 293, 294, 298, 315, 390— v, 103; Proclamation
against, 124; Letter relating to, from James Alexander, 202; Re-
ferred to, 263.

Sonmans, Rachel, i, 437.

Sons of Liberty, Address of, to the gentlemen of the law of New Jersey.
ix, 547. — Referred to, x, 192.

Sooleys, Robert, ii, 48.

Sospanninck, Indian Grantor, i. 111,

Southali, Robert, Commissioner of Customs, ii, 131

South Carolina, A retreat for pirates, ii, 119, 359. — Resolves of the Ac-
sembly of, x, 130, 146.

Southwell, Edward, ii, 275, 276.

Sower, Christopher, x, 227.

Spain, Declaration of war against, ix, 363. — The war with, x, 221, 274.

Spencer, Elisha, Petition of, x, 342; Notice of, 343.

Spencer, William, iv, 310, 313.

Spieer, Jacob, Removed from the judgeship in Gloucester County, iv,
129; Recommended for the Council, 133; Payments to, 370. — Re-
ferred to, V, 137— viii, Part 1, 74; Part II, 150, 153, 230, 233— ix,
129, 356.

Spieer, Samuel, i, 44 — ii, 146.

Spier, Francis, vi, 215, 355, 356— vii, 248, 414.

Spier, Gerard, vii, 374.

Spiers, Hendrick, i, 151.

Spinage, Humphrey, i, 50.

Spire, Tunis, viii. Part I, 0.

Spotswood, Governor of Virginia, On protection against the Indians, v,
113.

Spragg, Mr., ii, 271.

Spragge, J., 517, 518.

Spratt, John, vii, 322.



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 177

Springer, Benjamin, ix, 356, 3.")7.

Springett, Jr., Ilarbt., i, 36U, oTO.

Spry, Dr. William, ix, 631.

Squibb, Robert, ii, 47.

Squire, Jonathan, vi, 345 — vii, 457.

Stacy, Henry, i, 208, 419.

Stacy's Island, v, 39, 42 — x, 513.

Stacy, Mahlon, i, 343, 268, 523, 533— ii, 14S, 380.

Stacey, Mahlon (2nd), v, 141; Recommended for Council. 317. — Signs,
^^, 139.

Stacy, Robert, i, 339, 368 ; Matiniconek Island leased to, 380 ; Magistrate,
391. — Commission, iii, 821.

Stakes, Dr., ix, 9.

Stamp Act, Resolution of the House of Commons, relative to, ix, 448 ;
Instrviments used in the courts, etc., of the Province that will bear
the highest duty, 480; Letters relating to, from Gov. Franklin and
others, 492-503; Its effect upon the business of tlie courts, 500; In-
creasing disturbances occasioned by it, 507, 524; List of papers relat-
ing to the riots in America growing out of, 537: Meeting of the law-
yers called, in relation to resuming business under, 531; Attitude of
the lawyers of New Jersey towards, 536, 540, 546; Probability of its
repeal, 548; Bill brought into Parliament for the repeal of, 549, 550;
Persons who have incurred penalties under to be indemnified, 553;
Congratulations on the repeal of, 555-562.

Stancliff, Sanmel, ii, 31 ; Disbursement by, on account of East Jersey,
205.

Stark, John, iv, 309.

Staten Island, Letter from Governor Carteret and Council to the Gover-
nor and Council of New York, relative to the ownership of, i, 349;
Surrender of, demanded by Governor Carteret, 350 ; Proclamation of
Governor Carteret to the inhabitants of, ;!50; Ownership of. 484,
485. — Petition, relative to the title of, iii, 63.

Stathem, Philip, iv, 315.

Stathem, Thomas, iv, 215.

Stathem, Zebulon, iv, 215.

Stearndall, John, ix, 318-331.

Stebbins, Elizabeth, vii, 531.

Steele, Benjamin, ii, 43-63, 06-74, 79; Signs the surrender of the Govern-
ment, 450-460; Asks the appointment of Andrew Hamilton as Gov-
ernor, 470.

Steel, James, iv, 399.

Steenhuis, Engelbert, i, 49.

Steenmeets, Johannes, iii, 485.

Steenwyck, Cornells, i. 73, 143, 143. 144, 148, 149.

Stelle, Gabriel, Recommended lor the Council, v, 319.

Stelle, John, vi, 405, 406.

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178 GENERAL INDEX

Stelle, Pontius, Member of the House of Assembly, vii. 89.

Stenmets, Gasper, i, 40, 82, Co2.

Stephani, Johan Sebastian, ix, 318-321.

Stephenson, John, ii, 79, 80.

Stephenson, John (2d), vii, 318.

Stephenson, Jonathan, vii, 377.

Stevens, Captain Campble, Number of men in his company, vi, 425.

Stevens, John, Signer of bills of credit, viii, Part II, 39; Petition of, as
a Proprietor, 228. — Recommended for the Council, ix, 127; Appointed
thereto, 335; Notice of, 335; Commissioner to purchase lands of the
Indians, 357; Referred to, 511; Announces the arrival and names of
a commission for settling the boundary line between New York and
New Jersey, 581.— Referred to, x, 137, 186, 195, 422, 502, 561.

Stevens, Joseph, v, 155.

Stevens (Stephens, Stivans), Nicholas, ii, 327, 363, 306, 396.

Stevens, Richard, x, 701.

Stevens, Samiiel. vii. 457.

Stevenson, Thomas. Member of the Council of West Jersey Proprietors,
iv, 152.

Stevenson, WilUam, iii, 164.

Stewart, Charles, ix, 582, 590, 591, 024, 031, 032.

Stewart, John, ii, 333— a-, 1S7.

Stiles, Moses, x, 718.

Still man, Charles, iv, 188.

Stillwell, Captain, iii, 213.

Stillwell. Jeremiah, ii, 332.

Stillwell, Nicholas, x. 210.

Stillwise, Daniel, iv, 10.

Stirling, Earl of, See William Alexander.

stivers, Samuel, vi, 245.

Stock, Henry, x, 717.

Stockton, John, iv, 98.

Stockton, Richard, Recommended for the Council, ix, 426— x, 44, 58;
Appointed as such, 59; Renders an opinion that the Governor of New
Jersey, for the time being, is authorized to hold, and preside in, a
Court of Chancery, 155; Member of a corporation, 345; In Council,
351 ; Commission of, as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, 427;
Notice of, 427; Salary of, 450; Of the Council, 561.

Stockton, Robert, x, 352.

Stoker, Thomas, iii, 165.

Stokes, John, iii, 165— v, 187.

Stokes, Joseph, v, 187.

Stokes, Thomas, i, 269.

Stout, Abraham, x, 273.

Stout, Andrew, x, 273.



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 179

Stout, Benjamin, ii, 336; Presented by Monmouth County Grand Jury^

333.
Stout, Benjamin (3d), x, 373.

Stoutt, David, ii. 336; Presented by Monmouth County Grand Jury, 332.
Stout, Hezekiah, x, 273.
Stout, James, Presented by Monmouth County Grand Jury, ii, 332, 363,

397.
Stout, John, Contributes to the supposed Cornbury Fund, iii, 213.
Stout, John, Sr., ii, 396.
Stout, Jonathan, ii, 326, 363.
Stout, Jonathan, Ensign, ix, 187.
Stout, Joseph, Colonel of the militia of Hunterdon County, viii. Part II,

156, 158, 174, 177; Orders to, from Governor Belcher, 182.
Stout (Stoot), Peter, ii, 336, 396,
Stout, Richard, i, 44— ii, 326.
Stout, Eichard, vii, 543.
Stout, Samuel, vii, C06.
Straughen, David, iii, 356.
Straybearn, William, ii, 129, 397.
Streat, Mr., iv, 266.
Strettell, Robert, vii, 130.
Stringham, Charles, viii, Part I, 215.
Stringham, Peter, i, 288.
Strong, James, ix, 179.
Street, Col., Governor of New England, on protection against the

Indians, v, 118.
Stuart, Charles, x, 717.
Stuart, Mr., viii. Part I, 154.
Stubbens, Henry, i, 269.
Stuyvesant, Governor, ix, 456.
Styles, John, AfiBdavit of, relative to the riots at Newark and Perth

Amboy, vii. 178; Referred to, 223, 350; Affidavit of, relative to the

riots in Essex County, 433.
Sulen, Daniel, iv, 188.
Sullivan, John, x, 529,
Sunderland. Earl of. Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to

Lewis Morris, iii, 328; Reply to the same, 328.
Supreme Court, See Courts.
'Surrege, John, i, 268.
Surrogates, Commissions for, ix, 359.

Sussex County, Iron in, viii, Part II, 79; Drowned lands in, 80; Procla-
mation of Governor Belcher, relative to the defence of, 182; Wheu

set off, X, 298.
Sutton, Ambrose, i, 505, 506.
Sutton, John, iv, 189.
Stuton, Jud., ii, 396.



180 GEKEEAL INDEX

Sutton, Richard, ii, 326.

Sutton, Thomas, ii, 326, 397.

Swaine, Capt. Samuel, i, 134.

Swamp Town, or Salem, i, 283.

Swarths, John, vii, 377.

Swartwont, Jacobus, ix, 179.

Swartwont, Philip, ix, 178-182; Petition of, relative to the Northern

boundary, 250; Referred to, 254.
Swartwoots, Thomas, viii. Part I, 207, 208, 224, 228, 231, 273.
Sweetable, John, ii, 42-61, 65-73, 79.
Swift, John, iii, 165.
Swift, Mr., Appointed Collector at Perth Amboy, iv, 49,

Swift, , X, 219.

Swinton, J. S., i, 376.
Swinney, John, ii, 396.
Sykes, Anthony, x, 417.

T.

Tagnitz, Jonathan, iv, 189.

Talbot (Talbutt), Rev. John, iv, 13. 158; Complaints against, by Governor
Hunter, 299, 218-220, 223-226; Referred to, 228, 229; Further com-
plaints against, by Governor Hunter, 230, 234, 255, 274; Letter
relative to, from George Willocks, 290; Letter from, to Governor
Hunter, 291; Referred to, 294, 295, 298; Deposition of George
Willocks, relative to, 301 ; Referred to, 323.

Tahnage, Daniel, x, 717.

Tankerville, Lord, viii. Part I, 93.

Tapan Creek, Point of pailition on Hudson's River, i, 522.

Tapan Patent, viii, Part I, 275.

Tappan (Tappin), Jacob, iv, 107, 215.

Tarbat (Tarbutt), i, 466, 500, 528.

Tarbet, Viscount, ii, 32; Disbursements^by, on account of East Jersey, 202.

Tashiowycam, Indian murderer, i, 73.

Tathan, John, i, 509— ii, 41, 146, 209, 349— iii, 223— iv, 13.

Taylor, Abraham, vii, loO.

Taylor, Charles, i, 394.

Taylor, Christopher, i, Deputed^by Governor? Penn, to go to East Jersey,
395; Appointed a commissioner to treat with West Jersey, 41.~, 419,

Taylor, Daniel Jr., vi, 351 — vii, 457.

Taylor, Edward, x, 458, 459.

Taylor, George, ii. 146, 384, 486.

Taylor, Jacob, iv, 390.

Taylor, John, ii, 148.

Taylor, John, x, 459.

Taylor. Jonah, iv, 371.



KE^V JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 181

Taylor, Mary, iii, £58.

Taylor, Parson, vii, 54.

Taylor, Thomas, Presented by Monmouth County Grand Jury, ii, 333;

Signs petition, 396.
Taylor, William, Proceedings against, i, 313, 314, 323.
Tayne, Isaac. Assignment of lands to Michael Leeroa, i, 116.
Taxation for Revenue, Petition of the Assembly of New Jersey to the

King against, s, 18; The King has no design to tax the Colonies for

purposes of revenue, 109.
Teehepewoya, i, 1.
Teller, Andrew, v, l.")3.
Temple, John, ix, 582, 590, 624, 631, 632.
Tenbrook, John, Captain, is, 184, 186.
Tenecunk Island, v, 43, 44, 46.

Tennent, Rev. William, vii, 62— viii, Part I, 95; Part II, 198— x, 345.
Tep, John, ii, 327.
Terry, John, x, 531.
Terwilliger, Matthew, ix, 180, 181.
Tew, Thomas, A pirate, ii, 123.
Thackery, Thomas, ii. 148, 380.
Thanksgiving, Day of, ordered, i, 139. — General, on the defeat of the

French in Canada, ix, 183, 309; For the conclusion of peace, 391.
Tharp, James, x, 717.
Thomas, Edward, x, 202.
Thomas, Captain George, vi, 102.
Thomas, Captain James, ii, 417 — iii, 306.
Thomas, John, ii, 129, 327, 396.
Thomas, Jonathan, viii. Part II, 151.
Thomasse. Thomas, ii, 327.
Thomas, General, x. 606.
Thomaston, Johannes, ii. 327.
Thomlinson, Captain John, Scheme of, for putting the paper currency in

America on a better footing, vi. 111.
Thompson, Charles, x, 574.
Thompson, Isaac, i, 269.
Thompson, James, iv, 98.

Thompson, John, i, 268, 381— ii, 129, 148, 326, 334, 339, 3S0-iii, 496.
Thompson, John (2nd), viii. Part I, 42.
Thompson (Tomson), Moses, i, 50— ii, 326, 834, 397.
Thompson (Thomson, Tomson), Thomas, i, 50, 149— ii, 129, 339, 397— iii,

351, 352, 496.
Thompson, William, Opinion of, on Elizabethtown Patent, i, 273,
Thompson, William (2nd), ii, 42-61, 65-73, 79.
Thomson, James, vi, 465, 466; Affida\dt of, relative to the riot at Perth

Amboy, 468.
Thomson, William, iv, 10, 330.



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182 GENERAL INDEX

Thong, Thomas, v, 153.

Thorp, George, ii, 'd'26.

Throckmorton, Joseph, x, 600.

Throp, Samuel, ii, 397.

Tice, Peter, s, 718.

Tilghman, Mat., x, 529.

Tilhnan, William, vii, 288.

Tilton, John, i, 44.

Tindall, Richard, i, 413, 414, 508.

Tindal, Thomas, x, 367.

Tinker, John, viii, Part I. 27.

Titus, Richard, viii. Part I, 201.

Tolmash, Colonel, ii, 430.

Tom's River, 74.

Tom, William, i, 72, 73; Letter to, from Governor Lovelace, I'elative to
the Indian murders at Matiniconk Island, 74 ; Justice of New Castle,
190; Estate of, 197, 201.

Tomesen, Jillis, i, 269.

Tomkins, John, vii, 457.

Tomkins, Micah, vii, 32.

Tomkins, Seth, ii, 330.

Tomlinson, , Appointed Judge in Gloucester County, iv, 129.

Tompkins; Ichabod, Nominated as Justice of the Peace, viii. Part T, 105.

Tompkins, John, vi, 245.

Tompson, Hurr, i, 82, 85.

Tomson, John, Contributes to a supposed Cornbury Fund, iii, 199.

Tonkin, Keziah, x, 367.

Tooker, Charles, ii, 397.

Toshack, David, i, 460— ix, 337.

Towle, Percival, i, 268.

Townley, Effingham, vii, 33.

Townly, Colonel Richard, ii, 109, 486, 487, 502.— Proposed for the Coun-
cil, iii, 51, 78, 115; Notice of, 115; Appointed a member of the
Council, 125; Referred to, 130, 155, 160, 201; In Council, 290; Pro-
posed as a member of Lord Lovelace's Council, 299 ; Appointed as
such, 317; Signs addresses, 367, 373, 415, 473; Referred to, 479;
Justice of the Peace for Essex County, 495; The Proprietors ask that
he be left out of Governor Hunter's Coutieil, 497. — Member of Gov-
ernor Hunter's Council, iv, 2, 19, 48; Dead, 61; Referred to, 101, 129,
130, 133, 153; Referred to by Rev. Jacob Henderson, 157; Further
reference to, 164.

Townsend, Charles, viii. Part I, 62.

Townsend, John, Sr., i, 506.

Townshend, Lord, Transmits to the Lords of Trade a discourse by Sir
William Keith on the state of the Plantations, v, 214.

Townsend, , Appointed Judge in Cape May County, iv, 129.



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 183

Trade of the British Empire in America, vi, 83; Value of goods shipped
from Great Britain and Ireland to the Plantations, 87. 88.

Trade and commerce, x, 442-444, 454.

Traile, George, ix, 318-321.

Trapnell, John, vii, 547.

Treasurers of the Eastern and Western Divisions, Accounts of, viii. Part
I, 65-83; Part II, 150-155, 171, 223, 228-235.

Treasury of East Jersey, Proclamation of the Governor of New York,
relative to the robbery of, ix, 564. — AflBdavit of S. Skinner, relative
to the robbery of, x, 37; Proclamation of Governor Moore, regarding
the same, 39 ; Chief- Justice Smyth in relation thereto, 379 ; Cortlandt
Skinner in relation to, 412, 414, 415; Representatives from Burling-
ton County instructed not to discharge the Treasurer from his liabili-
ties, 417; Resignation of the Treasurer, 420.

Treat, Captain, i, 52, 56.

Treat, John, ii, 313 — iii, 484; Justice of the Peace for Essex County, 495.

Treat, Robert, i, 65, 81— ii, 122.

Trelawny, Edward, viii. Part I, 27.

Trenchard, Surrogate, ix, 359.— Referred to, x, 362, 363, 364.

Trent, Maurice, ii, 121, 481.

Trent, William, Chief- Justice, iv, 13, 296— v, 77; Notice of, 77; Chosen
Speaker of the Assembly, 77; Death of, announced, 97; Money paid
to, 133, 139, 143. 147, 148; Grand Juror, 187; Referred to, 344, 374
—X, 97, 111; Notice of, 112; Letter to, from Governor Franklin, 227.

Trenton, Named after Chief-Justice Trent, v, 77. — A library at, viii. Part
I, 32.

Trevor, Thomas, Solicitor-General, Report on the Charter of Connecticut,
and on the Grant of New Jersey, ii, 100; Letter from, to Secretary
Popple, inclosing form of bond for Deputy- Provincial Governor, 138;
Enquired of, as to the authority of the Proprietors of East Jersey to
constitute ports of entry to their province, 174; Answer to said
inquiry, 176; Opinion of, as to the eligibility of Andrew Hamilton
to the office of Governor, 250; His opinion asked as to a new mode
of approving proprietary governors, 307.

Tripartite Indenture, settling the North partition point between New
Jersey and New York, iv, 394.

Troops, See Military AfEairs.

Trough, William, v, 187.

Trott, Nicholas, Governor of the Bahama Islands, ii, 119.

Trotter. Wm., i, 50.

Trumbull, Governor, x, 616, 619.

Trumbull, Mary, ix, 226.

Tryon, Governor William, Letter from, to the Earl of Dartmouth, i-ela-
tive to the boundary line, x, 393; Referred to, 658, 7C6.

Tucker, Charles, i, 50.

Tucker, Charles, Jr., ii, 334, 339: Grand juror of Essex County, iii, 496.



184 GENERAL INDEX

Tucker, Samuel, Deposition of, as to the character of William IMorris, vii,

636 ; Certificate as to his character, 639 ; Instructions to him from

his constituents, x, 269; Notice of, 270; Referred to, 458, 471, 479,

587, 588, 720.
Tucleyscung, King of the Wyoming Indians, ix, 121, 125.
TuUie, Robert, iv, 215.
Tunisber, John, iv, 3.
Tunisen, Derrick, i, 49.
Tunnisen, Hendrick, i, 49 — ii, 396.
Turhi, John, 90. (See Jurin.)
Turner, Joseph, vii, 377, 515; Certificate of, 560.
Turner, Robert, i, 186; An East Jersey Proprietor, 384, 412, 424, 433,

434, 437, 442, 451, 530; Disbursements by, on account of East Jersey,

ii, 205.
Turnout, John, ix, 179.
Tuttell, Henry, ii, 397.
Tuttle, Ebenezer, x, 717.
Tuttle, Col. Joseph, viii. Part II, 158. 174; Letter to, from Governor

Belcher, relative to the defence of the frontier. 179; Order to, from

Governor Belcher, 182.
Tuttle, Moses, x, 717.
Tuttle, Nathaniel, i, 50.
Twigg, Thomas, iv, 315.
Tyll, Capt. Abram, v, 122.



TJpham, William, x, 717.
Urraston, Rev. John, iv, 224.



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Vadoon, Jacob, ii, 396.

Vallean, Mrs.. 415.

Vanaken, Abraham, Petition of, relative to disturbances on the northern

boundary of the Province, vi, 163, 168.— Justice of the Peace, viii,

Part I, 212, 226, 268.— Referred to, ix, ISO, 181.
Vanaken, Jacobus, ix, 180, 181.
Vannatta, Anthony, Constable, viii. Part I, 225.
Vanbrunt, Nicholas, x. 600.
Van Buskerk, Lawrence, vi, 202.
Van Campica (Van Cam, Van Camp, Van Kemper), Abraham, Colonel of

the regiment of militia and Judge of the County of Sussex, viii, Part

II, 35, 158. 177.
Van Cock, Richard, x, 717.
Van Cortlandt, Anne, ix, 6^1.



NEW JEESEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 185

Van Cortlandt, Elizabeth, ix, C41.

Van Cortlandt, Stephen, i, 45^, oJS— ii, 106. 237— ix, G41.

Van Gourtlaiid, Jacobus, v, 368.

Van Dorn, Richard, v, L53.

Van Dorn, Rip, Authorized to collect quit-rents from George Willocks,
ii. 194.— Referred to, iii, 64— iv, 340, 408; Notice of , 408.— Certifies
to the value of Jersey money, v, 153; Commissioner for trying pirates,
197; As President of the New York Council informs the Lords of
Trade of the death of Governor Montgomerie, 294; Referred to,
324, 332-336, 360, 39r). 402, 408, 410, 431, 439— vi, 7:'., 74— viii. Part
I, 237.

Vandelinda, Paul, ii, 327.

Vanderbeck. Burgher, Indicted, vii, 458.

Vanderburgh, Cornelius, i. 320.

Van der Linde, Joost, 146, 151.

Vanderpool, David, x, 717.

Vanderspiegel. Henry, v, 153.

Vanderveer, Cornelius, x, 600.

Vandeventer, Jacob, vii, 428.

Van de Vorst, Cornells, ii, 326.

Vandike. Lieutenant John, ix. 185.

Vandorn, Jacob, ii, 326; Presented by Monmouth County Grand Jary,
332.

Van Duyne, Isaac, x, 717.

Vanduyne, Jacob, x, 718.

Vane, Stephen, ii, 397.

Van Este, Peter, iii, 483.

Van Etten, Anthony, ix, 253.

Van Faerling, Floris, v, 153.

Van Faerling. Nicholas, v, 153.

Van Giesen, Renier, i. 49 — ii. 326.

Vangezen, Isaac, v, 146, 150 — vi, 293, 311 — vii, 41, 457.

Vanhighst. Abraham, i, 269.

Van Ilooren, Ruth, ii, 326.

Van Horn, Abraham, Recommended for the New York Council, v, 70;
Governor Burnet married his daughter, 70; Signs certiflcate, 153;
Commissioner to try pirates, 197.

Van Horn, Cornelius, v, 153, 166, 197, 443, 456, 478— vi, 14, 15; Dis-
charged from the Council at bis own request, 106, 237.

Van Home, Garret, v, 158.

Van Home, James, vii, 621.

Van Home, John, v, 153.

Vanhorn, Major, viii. Part I, 123— Part II, 158; Orders to, from Gov-
ernor Belcher, 182.

Van Houten, Henry, x, 718.

Vanhurst, Reneare, i, 268.



186 GENERAL IXDEX

Van Jimmeii. Johannes, Declaration of, concerning John Fenwicke, i,

194.
Van Jumne, Ganet, i, 268.
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