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repealed, 487; Address from, to the King, on the repeal of the Stamp
Act, 500; Votes of, transmitted to the Lords of Trade, 567. 568;
Pay of the Speaker of, 607; Fees of the Clerk of, 607; Fees of the
Sergeant-at-Arms of, 608; The King's displeasure with, for not
obeying the act of Parliament in regard to mutiny and desertion,
636; Alteration in the number of, forbidden, 637, 638. — Petition to
the King for relief from act of Parliament imposing a duty on thera
for revenue purposes, x, 18; Proceedings of, in connection with the
passage of the bill for issuing £100,000 In currency, 60; The Lords
of Trade recommend that the act of, for issuing £100,000 be dis-
allowed, 106; Act disallowed, 115: Speech of the Governor to, in
relation to the riots in Monmouth and Essex Counties, 172; Reply
of, to the same, 180; I>ispleasureof, at the disallowance of the Paper
Money Act, 200; Action of, in relation to supplies for the troops, etc.,
201; Message to, from the Governor, relative to supplies for the
troops. 203; Answer from, to the same, 204; Insolvent laws of, 236;
Refuse to provide for the King's troops, 237; Speech of Governor
Franklin to, 238; Answer of, 242; Message to, 243; Reply to, 251;
Rejoinder, 256; Supplies for the troops still refused by, 297, 304;
Dispute with the Governor in regard to the resignation of Mr. Ogden,
as a member of the House, 306; The position of the Governor in this
dispute approved by Secretary Hillsborough, 318; The matter referred
to Richard Jackson, one of his Majesty's Counsel -at-law, 319; Con-
sent to pay the arrears due to the troops, and debt incurred during
the late war, 321; Order in Privy Council relative to acts of, con-
cerning the recovery of debts from non-residents, 324-329; The
dispute in regard to Mr. Ogden's resignation as a member of, 334;
Dissolved by the Governor, 356; Report on the claim of. to order an
election for a member in the room of Mr. Ogden, 369; The Earl of
Plillsborough on the same subject, 374; Money granted by, for the
support of the King's troops. 378; Conduct of, satisfactory to the
Earl of Dartmouth, 388; Proceedings of, in reference to robbery of
the Treasury, 412, 414, 415; Message to, from the Governor, relative



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to the resignation of the Treasurer, Stephen Skinner, 420; Two acts
of, transmitted to the Earl of Dartmouth, 461; Report of Richard
Jackson on thirty-three acts of. 5!J8; Speech of the Governor to, 538;
Address of, to the Governor, 543; Coniniittee of, appointed to attend
the Continental Congress, 546; Intended to appoint members to the
Congress, 571; Speech of Governor Franklin to, 620; Address of, in
reply thereto. 633; The Governor's rejoinder, 63S; The proceedings
of, 676; Notes of what Mr. Dickenson said before the House of,
689; Message from, in reply to the Governor, 697.

Assessors ot Counties, Proclamation of. iv, 400.

Assheton, Robert, Member of the Pennsylvania Council, iv, 393.

Atkins. Sir Edward, i. 366 ; ii, 388.

Atkins, Sir Robert, i, 366; ii. 388.

Atkinson, James, ii, 148.

Atwood, Chief Justice, Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, ii, 428.

Auehmuty, Robert, x, 375, 377.

Auchmuty, Rev. Samuel, x, 313, 341.

Augustine, i, 221.

Aul, William, x, 531.

Austen, Joseph. Commissioner of Customs, ii, 168, 179.

Avery (Every) the Pirate, ii, 151, 223, 235, 358.

Aynsley (Ainsley, Aisleby, Ailesby), William, Appointed Chief Justice,
viii. Part II, IQO; Warrant to, 247.— Death of, ix, 124, 173; Referred
to, 177, 214, 217, 232, 236.

Ayres, Jonathan, x, 531.

Ayres, Moses, vii, 422.

Ayscough, John, Letter from, to Robert Hunter Morris, relative to Pro-
vincial affairs, viii, Part I, 116.

B.

Bacon, John, ii, 3S0 — iii, 165— iv, 215.

Bacon, Joseph, iv, 215.

Bacon, Nathaniel, The Virginia rebel, vii, 309, 311, 315.

Bacon, Samuel, iv, 215.

Bacon, William, iv, 215.

Bagley. Charles, i, 268.

Bahama Islands, Retreat for pirates, ii, 119, 358.

Bailey (Bailees), John, i, 15, 18. 5^4-506—11, 125, 126.

Bainbridge, Edmund, vi, 455, 46"..— Congratulates Governor Belcher,
vii, 64; Arrested, 87; Referred to, 206, 220, 451; Indicted, 458; Re-
ferred to. 628.

Bainbridge (Bambridge). John, Recommended for the Council, iv, 217,
227, 375, 377.— Referred to, vii, 217, 231, 449, 451, 482.

Bainbridge (Bunbridge), Jr., John, vi, 455, 460, 463-469.

Bainfield, Mr., iv, 297, 300, 305, 374.



12 GENERAL INDEX

Baid, Peter, iv, 197; Recommended for Council, 377. — One of Governor
Burnet's Council, v, 2, 3, 34; Money received from, on account of
bills of credit, 134; Money paid to, 137, 139, 141, 147, 148; Grand
Juror, 187; Commissioner to try pirates, 197; Signs memorial, 301;
Dead, 375, 402; Referred to, 454.

Baker, Abraham, ii, 334, 397.

Baker, John, i, 18, 98, 132, 539— ii, 237— vi, 208, 351— vii. 457.

Baker, Lewis, i, 307.

Baldwin, Amos, vi, 851.

Baldwin, Benjamin, ii, 339.

Baldwin, Caleb, vi, 351 — vii, 457.

Baldwin, David, vi, 351 — vii, 457.

Baldwin, Senior, John, ii, 336.

Baldwin, Jon., x, 587, 588.

Baldwin, Moses, Newark rioter, vii, 179.

Baldwin, Nathan, vi, 351 — vii, 457.

Baldwin, Nehemiah, vi, 245, 295, 401— vii, 210; Indicted, 457.

Baldwin, Samuel, vi, 294, 346, 350, 361, 367— vii, 04, 74, 208, 470.

Ball, Aaron, vi, 351.— Newark rioter, vii, 179, 403-405, 433, 434, 487,
438, 411, 442; Examination of, 443: Indicted, 458, 511-513.

Ball, Caleb, ii, 339.

Ball, Edward, ii, 886, 339.

Ball. Esekill, vi, 351— vii, 458.

Ball, Lewis, Autograph, v, 510.

Ball, Nathaniel, vi. 351— vii. 457.

Ball, Richard, iv, 299.

Ball, Robert, iv, 310.

Ball, Timothy, vi, 351— vii, 458.

Ballinger, Henry, iii, 164.

Baltimore, Lord, i, 430— ii, 124, 360.

Bambridge, Peter, vii, 628.

Bankrupts, Bill relating to, iv, 126.

Banks, Joseph, iv, 370.

Banks, Josiah, Ensign, ix. 185, 187.

Banyar, George, ix, 182.

Barber, Francis, i, 50, 83.

Barbarie, John, iv, 340, 408— v, 197— vii, 650— viii. Part I, 237— ix, 366.

Barbou, Edward, v, 187.

Barclay. David, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 383, 341, 448, 460; Ship-
ments by, to East Jersey, 464, 465, 466, 467, 499, 538.

Barclay, James, vii, 430.

Barclay, John, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 446, 460, 465, 539.— ii, 2,
Commissioned as Surveyor-General of East Jersey, 81 ; Notice of, 81 ;
Signs as Proprietor, 113; Clerk, 271, 275, 317; Surrenders the Gov-
ernment of East Jersey, 387; Signs the surrender, 456-460; Objected
to as a member of Council, 488.— Prohibited by Governor Cornbury



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