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as Attorney-General, upon the trial of Lewis M. Ashfield, 113; Resig-
nation of, and nomination of Courtland Skinner as his successor, 393,
398; Warrants to, 151; Referred to, ix, 357.

Warren, Admiral, vii, 646.

Warren, John, i, 319; Letter from, to Governor Andros, 337.
Warren, Lady, viii, Part II, 253 — ix, 15, 17.

Warren, Sir Peter, viii. Part I, 93— ix, 641.

Warren, Susan, ix, 641.
Warrington, Henry, v, 187.

Warsan, Richard, i, 369.

Wase ( Wasse). James, Instructions to as one of the commissioners in West
Jersey appointed by William Penn and others, i, 219, 237; Lands
sold to, 414 ; Signs the surrender, ii, 456-460.

Washington, General George, ix, 339— x, 429, 530, 069, 670.
Watts. John, ix, 178, 283, 460.



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 189

Watt, Michael, II. 41-61, 65-73, 79, 258, 376, 300, 302, 376, 408, 411,
416; Signs the surrender of the Grovernment, 456-460; Asks the ap-
pointment of Andrew Hamilton as Governor, 470.— Referred to.
iii, 95.

Watts, Rev. Robert, Certificate of, sustaining the character of .lohn
Anderson against the attack of Jacob Henderson, iv, 170. — Referred
to, vii, 78.

Watson, John, ix. 17.

Watson, Luke, i, 15, 18, 50, 82, 8 ^ 85, 155, 504-506— vi, 207, 210.

Watson, Matthew, iii, 165.

Watson, Peter, i, 465. 512.

Watson, Thomas, i, 209. 413, 414.

Watson , William, iv, 215.

Wawayanda Patent, viii. Part I, 220, 223, 224, 274, 278, 281, 290—
Part, II, 20, 28.

Wayne, John Waynes, i, 50.

Webb (Web), Edward, i, 186, 268, 413, 414.

Webb, Colonel, of New York, viii. Part II, 221, 222.

Webley, Thomas, ii, 332.

Webster, Nathan, i, 50.

Webster, Robert iv, 9,

Weeks, Zach., v, 143, 146.

Welch, Nathaniel, ii, 460.

W^elch, William, i, 421.

Wells, John, Recommended for the Council, iv, S26; Appointed to the
same, 331; One of the commissioners to try pirates. 340; Referred
to, 373, 374. — One of Gcvenor Burnet's Council, v, 3; Commissioner
to try pirates, 197; Superannuated, 310, 446.

Wells, John (2nd), vi, 351— vii, 457.

Wells, Phillip, i, 517. — Engaged to run the line between New York and
East Jersey, 518, 521— ii, 22, 23, 24— iv, 412-414— vi, 148, 149— viii
Part I, 205, 227, 247, 249.

Welshear, Thomas, x, 718.

Wenham, Thomas, iii, 64.

Wentwortli, Benning. Governor of New Hampshire, Insti-uctions to, viii,
Part I, 27.— Referred to, ix, 529, 628— x, 521.

Wentworth, John, ix, 622.

Wentworth, Mark, ix, 390.

Werden, Sir John, Secretary to the Duke of York; Letters to Governor
Andross, i, 332, 179, 230; To the Secretary of State, on the extent
of the authority granted to the Proprietors of New Jersey, 289; The
Duke of Y^ork's orders to, 323; Letters from, to Governor Andross,
345, 347 ; Letter from, to Wm. Penn, 348 ; Letter to Sir Allen Apsley,
relative to customs, 353; Letter to, from the Register of Scotland,
379; Letter from, to the Lord Register, 380; Witness, 394; Letters



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to, from Governor Dongan, 457, 48o; Letter to. from the Mayor of
New York, 491.

West, Ben, i, mi

West, Edward, ii, 42-62, 60-74. 79.

West, James, ix, 306.

West, John, ii, 332.

West, Joseph, ii, 363. 396.

West, J., i, 299.

West, Richard, Report of, on several acts of the New Jersey Assembly,
V, 79.

West, Robert, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 51, 366, 383, 412, 529— ii, 26,
48, 49.

West, Robert, Jr., i, 51.

Westbrook, Suit against Abraham Vanaken, viii. Part I, 267, 268. — Re-
ferred to, ix, 180, 181.

Westbrook, Anthony, ix, 179.

Westbrook, Johannes, Jr., vi, 166, 167.

Westcott, Richard, x, 684.

Wester, Casper, Erects a glass manufactory in New Jersey, vi, 98; Notice
of, 98.

Westfall, Cornelius, viii, Part II. 13— ix, 180, 254.

Westfall, Jacob, viii. Part II, 13— ix, 180, 181, 251, 254.

Westfall, Nathaniel, ix, 251.

Westfall, Petrus, viii. Part II, 13.

Westfall, Simon, ix, 180, 181, 251.

Wesfall, Uryon (Jurian), viii. Part II, 13— ix. 117. 180, 181.

Westfalls, , viii. Part I, 208, 224, 228, 231.

West Jersey, Qui ntipartite deed to William Penn and associates, i, 205;
Instructions from Penn and associates to their commissioners in, 219;
Agreement for first settlement of, 225; Letter from the Proprietors
of, to Richard Hartshorne, 227; Letter from the same, to those pi'o-
posing to settle in West Jersey, 931 ; Permission to settle in, asked
by the passengers of the ship "Kent," 239; The concessions and
agreements of, 241; Charter or Fundamental laws of, 252; Letter
from Governor Andros to commissioners of, 271 ; Appointments for,
by John Penwicke, 275; Proclamation to claimants of land in, 276;
Order of Governor Andros to protect the inhabitants of, 285;
Petition from persons in England for land in, 289; Names of
the magistrates of, 291 ; Grant of, to William Penn and his associates
by the Duke of York, 324; Commissioners to, appointed by Governor
Penn, 415; Instructions to them, 416; Letters from Governor Penn,
to the Governor and Council of, 417, 419; Memorial to the Governor
and Council of, from the people of Salem, 421 ; Quo warranto against,
501; Minutes of New York Council, relative to the line between it and
East Jersey, 517; Obligation of the authorities of, to abide by the
determination of the arbitrators on the division line, 522; Award,



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 191

respecting the division line, 523. — Commissioners from the Proprie-
tors of East Jersey, to confer with Governor thereof, ii, 1 ; Letter to
the Council of Proprietors of, from Daniel Coxe, 4; Minutes of the
West Jersey Proprietors, respecting running the line between the
Provinces, in aeeordance with the award of Eeid and Emley, 24;
Agreement between the Governor of, and the Governor of East Jer-
sey, in regard to the partition line 34; Release of, from Daniel Coxe
and wife, to the West Jersey Society, 41; Grant of the government
of, to the West Jersey Society, 64; Andrew Hamilton commissioned
to be Governor of, 87; Letter from the Proprietors of, to Governor
Fletcher, 89 ; Instructions to the Deputy-Governor of, 93 ; Letter
from Proprietors in England to Jeremiah Basse, 97; Letter to the
Proprietors of, from the Lords of Trade, 134; Letter to the Proprie-
tors of, from the King, relating to the Plantation trade, 140; Agree-
ment of the authorities of, to support the King, 145; Address of the
Governor and Council of, to the King, on his escape from the attempts
of assassins, 146; Agreement of the Quaker members of the House of
Representatives of, to support the King, 147; Memorial of the Pro-
prietors of, asking the appointment of Jeremiah Basse as Governor,
149; Petition of the Proprietors of, relative to customs, 163, 165;
Order in Council, relative thereto, 169; Opinion of the Attorney-
General and the Solicitor-General in the premises, 177; George Wil-
locks authorized by the Proprietors to receive quit-rents, 186; Rip
Van Dam likewise so authorized, 194; Letter from the Council of, to
the Proprietors in England, 207; Memorial from tiie Proprietors of,
asking the appointment of Andrew Hamilton as Governor, 257; Peti-
tion to the same effect, 276; Commission to Andrew Hamilton to be
Governor of, 301; Account of the inhabitants of in 1699, 305; A re-
treat for pirates, as charged by Edward Randolph, 360; Memorial of
the Proprietors of, to the Lords Justices, asking the approval of the
appointment of Andrew Hamilton as Governor, 374; The same to the
King, from the Council and Representatives, asking his confirmation.
377 ; Address of the inhabitants of, asking to be taken under the King's
immediate government, 380; Memorials of the Proprietors of, rela-
tive to the surrender of their government of, 404, 415; Names of per-
sons proposed for Governor and Council, by the Proprietors of, 429;
Surrender of the government of, to the Crown, 452; Reply of Pro-
prietors of, to complaints against Andrew Hamilton by Mr. Dockwra
and Mr. Sonmons, 475.— Petition of the Proprietors of, to the Lords
of Trade, relative to the proceedings of Lord Cornbury, iii, 81;
Memorial from the same, to the same, complaining of Lord Corn-
bury and asking'for the restoration of Lewis Morris to the CouTicil,
85; Observations of the Lords of Trade on said memorial, 117;
Answer of Win. Sloper, agent of Lord Cornbury, to said complaints,
133; The Council of. commanded by Lord Cornbury to show their
authority for acting as a Council of the Proprietors, 158; Petition



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from the proprietors and purchasers of, to Lord Cornbury, relative
to granting warrants, etc.. 164; Answer of the Proprietors of, to
certain questions of Lord Cornbury, 220. — Protest of Daniel Leeds
against the proceedings of the Council of Proprietors of, iv. 146;
Election of anew Council by the Proprietors of, 151, 152; Minutes
of the Council of, March, 1716-17, appointing James Alexander
Surveyor-General, 288; Proceedings of the Council of, relating to
the line of partition between the two Provinces, 452. — Letter from
the Council of Proprietors of . to James Alexander, v, 67; Account
of the money received and paid by the Treasurer of, 132 ; Proceed-
ings of the Council of Proprietors of, relative to the appointment of
a Surveyor-General, 211; Memorial of James Alexander relative to
the same, 273: Answer of the Council of Proprietors of, to said
memorial, 278; Quota of, for the defence of New York, viii. Part
I, 196.

West Jersey Society. Release of West Jersey to, from Daniel Coxe and
wife, ii, 41; Grant of the Government of West Jersey to, 64: Agree-
ment of, for the managing and improving of their lands, 73; Com-
mission from members of, in England, to Jeremiah Basse as their
agent, 91; Letter from, to Rev. Thomas Bridges. 94; Commission
from to Andrew Hamilton, to be its agent, 299; Commission from,
to the same, to be Governor of West Jersey, 301. — Referred to, 434 —
iii, 49; Apply to Parliament to vest all their lands in trustees to be
sold, V, 508. — Letters to, from Governor Belcher, vii, 57. 145. 150;
Referred to, 213; Petition of, to the Lords of Trade, for relief from
the riots and disturbances in New Jersey, 310; Instructions ot a
committee to agents, 320.

Westland, Nathaniel, ii, 98, 146, 147, 299, 384— iii, 351, 352— iv. 184.

Westphale, Juriam. Petition of, relative to disturbances on the Northern
boundary of the Province, vi, 163, 168.

Wetherby, Pockayne Terry, ii, 03.

Wetherhill, John, iv, 275, 277, 319.

Wetherill, Christopher, Summoned by Lord Cornbury to show his
authority for acting as one of the Council of West Jersey, iii, 158;
One of the Council, 221.

Wetherill, John, Inspector of the Press, viii. Part II, 70, 230.— Referred
to, ix, 120— X, 458.

Wetheril, Thomas, iv, 9— v, 211— x, 358.

Whales, As royal fishes, ix, 65; Duty upon the fins of, 405.

Whandrick, William, ii, 396.

Wharton, Joseph, x, 97, 375.

Wharton. Samuel, x, 97, 113.

Wheate, Benjamin, ii, 148.

Wheaton, John, x, 531.

Wheavens, William, ii, 396.

Wheeler, Nathaniel, vi. 346, 351, 361, 3G5, 367— vii, 64. 74. 435.



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 193

Wheeler, Robert, ii, 384 — iv, 13: Recommended for the Council, 68, 227;

Justice of the Peace, 75 ; Referred to, 375 ; Dead, 377.
Whillden, James, x, 207-212, 281, 282.
Whitacar, Richard, i, 227.
White, Anthony, Surrogate, vii, 543— ix, 360; Appointed Judge of the

Admiralty, 377; Notice of, 379.
White, Anthony Walton, ix, 379.
White, Christopher, i, 269, 414.
White, Daniel, Indicted, vii, 458.
White, Dennis, i. 50.
White, John, i, 269, 299 -iii, 459.
White, John (2d), x, 717.

White, Thomas, Contributes to the supposed Cornbury Fund, iii, 213.
White, William, ii, 397— v, 133, 135.
Whitefield, George, Letter to, from Governor Belcher, viii, Part I, 84;

Referred to, 87; Letter to, from Governor Belcher, Part II, 146, 195.
Whitehead, Captain, i, 300.
Whitehead, G.. iii. 158.
Whitehead, Isaac, i, 50, 86, 133; Letter to Captain Nichols, 334; Referred

to, 129, 326.— Affidavit of, iii, 201; Indicted, 480, 486.
Whitehead, Isaac A., Sr., i, 320.
Whitehead, Isaac N., i, 305, 309, 311.
Whitehead, James, ii, 334, 395— iii, 496.
Whitehead, Joseph, i, 335— ii, 326, 334, 395.
Whitehead, Nathaniel, ii, 327, 397.

Whitehead. Samuel, i, 15-ii, 129, 271, 273, 327, 338, 339, 397— iii, 496.
Whitehead, Samuel, Jr., ii, 326, 334.
Whitehead, Stephen, iii, 413.

Whitehead, Timothy, Nominated as Justice of the Peace, viii. Part I, 1C5.
Whitehead, William, ii, 339, 397— iii, 496.
Whitloek, John, ii, 396.
Whitham, Ffra, i, 369.
Whiting, John, ii, 79; Signs the surrender of the Government, 456-460;

Asks the appointment of Andrew Hamilton as Governor, 470.— Signs

as Proprietor, iii, 38, 82.— Memorial of, iv, 141.
Whitloek, Thomas, i, 134.
Wickham, WiUiam, x, 194.

Wieknaminck (Weinainink), Indian grantor, i, 111.
Wiggins, Gersham, x, 717.
Wiggins, Thomas, x, 5S7, 588.

Wightman, William, ii. 42-61, 65-73, 76, 79, 88, 90, 95, 96.
Wilcocks, John, ii, 42-62, 66-74, 79, 300; Signs the surrender of the

(government, 456-460; Asks the appointment of Andrew Harailion

as Governor, 470.
Wilcocks, Mr., viii. Part I, 253.
Wild, Daniel, ii, 460.
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194 GENERAL INDEX

Wildigos, Joseph, ii, 470.

Wileman, Henry, vi, 145— viii. Part I, 211, 215, 270, 271.

Wilkes, John, x, 28.

Wilkeson, William, ii, 326.

Wilkins, Constantino, x, 512.

Wilkins, Thomas, ii, 380— iii, 105.

Wilkinson, Richard, i. 268.

Wilkinson, William, i, 186, 269.

Willard, Mr., Secretary, Letter to, from Governor Belcher, vii, 61.

Willeox, Thomas, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 366, 874.

Willes, E., ix, 629.

Willes, Lord Chief-Justice, viii, Part I. 23.

Willets, John, vi, 202.

Willett (Willit), Samuel, ii, 326, 362, 363, 397.

Williams, Amos, ii, 336.

Williams, Daniel, vi, 245 — vii, 457. ^

Williams, James, ii, 481.

Williams, John, ii, 397— iii, 212.

Williams, Joseph, ii, 129 — vi, 351 — vii, 457,

Williams, J., Inspector, x, 284. 295.

Williams, Nathaniel, Indicted, vii, 457.

Williams, Samuel, ii, 129.

Williams, Thomas, vi, 245 — vii, 436, 457.

Williams, William, Opinion of, on Ehzabethtown Patent, i, 2'12.

Williamson, John, i. 134.

Williamson, Matthews, x, 536.

Williamson, William, v, 155 — vi, 245 — vii, 457. ■

Willis, Aaron, x, 717.

Willis, George, iv, 310.

Willis (Willes), John, ii, 129, 315, 325, 334, 396.

Willis, William, i. 269— ii. 396.

Wills, Daniel, i, 239, 268, 288, 291— iii, 164, One of the first commission-
ers to buy and lay out lands, 221.

Wills (Wells), John, iii, 221; Member of the Council of the West Jersey
Proprietors, iv, 152; Affirmation of, 376; Referred to, 283, 284;
Clerk, 290; Salary, 268. 369, 454; Moneys paid to, v, 133, 137, 141;
Member of Governor Morris' Council, vi, 14; Discharged at own
request, 106, 237.

Wills, Samuel, i, 421.

Willocks, George, i, 460, 499— ii, 32, 113, 171, 177; Authorized to collect
quit-rents, 186; Notice of, 186; Rip Van Dam authorized to receive
quit-rents from, 194; Instructions to Governor Basse concerning him,
209; Referred to, 237; Signs the surrender of the government, 456-
4C0; Recommends Andrew Hamilton for Governor, 470; Objected to
as a member of Council, 488. — Renders a service to Jeremiah Basse,
iii, 25 r Referred to, 154, 314; Complained of to Lord Lovelace by



NEW JERSEY COLOXIAL DOCUMENTS. 195

the Council, 393, 398, 407; Referred to, 418, 423, 435, 44G, 449, 450,
451; Refuses to take the oaths to the Queen, 454; Referred to, 455;
Documents relative to, 476-496; Indicted, 481-486; Referred to, 489,
490, 494; Recommended for Council of Governor Hunter, 498. —
Freeholder of Middlesex County, iv, 9; Statement of , respecting the
conduct of Peter Sonmans at Woodbridge, 15; Referred to, 41, 74;
Answer of J. Basse to him, 90-112; Referred to, 119, 134, 130;
Signs as a Proprietor, 141 ; Letter from, to Governor Hunter, rela-
tive to Rev. Mr. Talbot, 290, 298; Deposition of, relative to Mr.
Talbot, 301 ; Letter to, from James Logan, relative to the division
line between the provinces, 377; Referred to, 390; One of the Com-
missioners for running partition line, 394; Referred. 416, 418, 429,
435— V, 11, 33, 34, 57, 59-63, 70, 101— vi. 352— vii, 37, 326— viii.
Part I, 239, 264.

Willocks, James, ii, 186.

Willmot, Henry, List of New Jersey Commissioners named by, for run-
ning the boundaries between that Province and New York, ix, 447;
Appointed agent of the Province of New Jersey, 571 ; Petition of, to
alter the list of commissioners, 589, 623. — Referred to, x, 98; Letter
from, on the paper currency and the bill for Septennial Elections.
142.

Wilson, James, i, 299— ii, 326, 396.

Wilson, John, ii, 396.

Wilson, John, Jr., ii, 366.

Wilson, John, of Morris County, s, 717.

Wilson, Joseph, ii, 336.

Wilson, Peter, ii, 396.

Wilson, Robert, ii, 148.

Wilson, Robert, of Morris County, x, 717.

Wilson, Stephen, iii, 165.

Winans, John, ii, 336.

Winans, Rade, ii, 339.

Winder (Window), Samuel, Secretary of West .Jersey, i, 275; An East
Jersey Proprietor, 539. — To confer with the Governor of West Jer-
sey relative to the two Provinces, ii, 1 ; Signature and notice of, 2 ;
Instructions from the Council of Proprietors to, 3 ; Desires to re-
port, 34.

Winds, Colonel William, ix, 184. — Arrests Governor Franklin, x, 699,
703.

Winepress, Captain, ix, 305.

Wines, Barnabas, i, 50.

Wingett, Caleb, iv, 188.

Winins, Samuel, iii, 486.

Winne, Thomas, Appointed by Governor Penn a commissioner to treat
with West Jersey, i, 415, 419.

Winslow, Colonel, Letter to, from Governor Belcher, vii, 65.



196 GENERAL INDEX

Winthrop, Colonel, Governor of Connecticut, dead, i. 153 — iii, 371.

Winter, William, ii, 325, 397— iii, 212.

Wise, Richard, ii, 239, 240, 255.

Wisner, Henry, x, 530.

Wite, William, ii, 327.

Withers, Ralph, i, 394— ii, 63, 72.

Witherspoon, Rev. John, Petition of, x, 342, 345, 429.

Wolley, Charles, i, 157.

Wolley, John, ii, 326, 397.

Wollison, Woolley, i, 269.

Wolston, John, i, 288.

Wolverson, Peter, i, 50.

Wood, John, i, 269.

Wood, Jonas, i, 50 — ii, 397. — Affidavit in support of the Assembly's re-
monstrance, iii, 202; Referred to, 211.

Woods, Joseph, Contributes to a supposed ( -ornbury Fund, iii, 199.

Wood, Richard, viii. Part II, 151— x, 530.

Wood, William, ii, 148, 327, 396.— Letter from, to the Lords of Trade,
relative to the issuing of paper money, vi, 51, 52.

Woodbridge, Oath of allegiance taken by the inhabitants. 1667-68, i, 50;
Order from Governor Carteret, enlarging the authority of the Court
at, 62 ; Letter from Governor Carteret to the people of, relative to
admitting persons to vote at town meetings who had not lands sur-
veyed and patented to them, 63; Grant to the Freeholders of. froni'^
Lords Berkeley and Carteret, 104; Notice to the inhabitants to take
out their patents, 120 ; Relations with the Council of New Nether-
lands, 122, 125, 126, 128, 129, 130, 131, 133, 134, 137, 144, 147; Differ-
ences between, and Piscataway, 154, 159; Election of Justices under
instruction of Governor Andros, objected to, 318. — Documents relat-
ing to the riots in, iii, 480-486. — Elections of, iv, 8, 15; Petition of •"'
the inhabitants of, for a churcli, 189.

Woodcock, Henry, vii, 826, 327.

Wooden, Andrew, ii, 327.

Wooden, Josias. ii, 327.

Woodhouse, Anthony, 269.

Woodhouse, William, i, 288.

Woodrofe. Thomas, i, 268, 451.

Woodroffe, Benjamin, ii, 396.

Woodroof, Joseph, ii, 129, 146.

Woodruff, Benjamin, x, 345.

Woodruff, David, ii, 129.

Woodruff, Isaac, x, 364.

Woodruff (Woodroffe), John, i, 50, 65, 133, 177— ii, 129, 380, 397— iii,
199.

Woodruff, Joseph, vi, 213— x, 44.



NEW JEKSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 197

Woodruff, Samuel, vii, 420. —Nominated for Council, viii, Part 11, 236^
— Member of Council, ix, 374; Commissioner for trying pirates, 283;
Referred to, 511.— Dead, x, 44; Notice of, 44; Referred to, 58, 59.

Woodward, Anthony, ii, 397— iii. 210— iv, 111, 377.

Wooley (Wolly), Robert, ii, 129, 326, 396.

Woolly, Edward, Contributes to the supposed Cornbury F'und, iii, 212.

Woolly, John, Contributes to the supposed Cornbury Fund, iii, 212, 218.

Woolman, John, iii, 165 — ix, 346.

Woolsson, John, iv, 147.

Woolsson, John, Jr., iv, 147.

Woolsson, Samuel, iv, 147.

Woolston, John, ii, 148.

Woolton, John, iv, 277-285.

Woolverton, Thomas, viii. Part 1], 235.

Wooster, General, ix, 339.

Worledge, John, i, 269— ii, 146.

Worral, Joseph, x, 450.

Worth, John, ii, 337— iii, 486, 487— iv, 188.

Worth, Joseph, i. 186.

Worth, William, i, 413, 414.

Wraxall's Complaint, viii. Part 1, 116.

Wright, Benjamin, iv, 83.

Wright, James, ix, 622.

Wright, John, ii, 148— iv, 310— v, 133.

Wright, Jonathan, v, 141.

Wright, Joseph, i, 527— ii, 171, 177, 186-193— iii, 314.

Wright, Joshua, i, 268— v, 211.

Wright, Robert, iv, 10, 190.

Wright, Samuel, iv, 310— vii, 99.

Wright, Thomas, i, 51, 288— iv, 113, 310.

Wrightman, Philip, ii, 470.

Wrighton, William, ii, 481.

Wuoyt, One of the owners of Cape May, i, 1.

Wyat, Bartholomew, v, 133, 137.

Wyat, Justice, iv, 296, 299.

Wyckofif, Simon (Cornelius), vi, 455, 465, 469, 470— vii, 64, 403, 449, 450,
451, 458.— Imprisonment of, viii, Part I, 37, 38, 39, 43, 45-52.

Wyllys, George, x, 642.

Wynd, Barnabas, i, 65.

Wynings, John, i, 65.

Wyth, George, x, 678, 691.

Wvwannattamo, Indian murderer, i, 73.



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Y.

Yard, Joseph, Inspector of the Press, viii, Part II, 70; Commissioner for

procuring supplies for the troops, 140; Letter to, from Governor

Belcher. 140; Warrants to, 151, 158, '230-233.
Yard, Secretary, ii, 420, 427.
Yearins, Erigge, i, 413.
Yorke, Charles, Attorney-Gceneral, Answers queries as to the ralidity of

Governor Hardy's appointmens, ix, 380; Questioned respecting the

holding of lands by aliens in America, 382.
Yorkshire, Name given to Long Island by Governor Nicolls, i, 47.
Young, Arthur, x, 718.
Young, Christopher, i, 50, 290.
Young, Henry, Surrogate, ix, 359 — v, 718.
Young, Israel, x, 717.
Young, Martin, x, 718.
Young, Robert, vi, 245, 401— vii, 216, 457.
Y''oung, Stephen, vi, 245 — vii, 454.
Young, Captain Thomas, i, 50, 66.
Young, Walter, Commissioner of Customs, ii, 131, 254.



Zabriskie, See Sobriseo.
Zane, Robert, i, 269.
Zenger, Catherine, vii, 53.



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