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munication from the Lords of Trade, relative to, 108; Proceedings of
the Privy Council, relative to, 114; A commission to arrange, recom-
mended by the Lords of Trade, 129; Governor Belcher, in relation
to, 183, 187; Governor Hardy, in relation to. 207; Commission for
settling, 212; Petition of the Proprietors of East Jei'sey, relative to,
224-228; Memorandum, relative to the Commissioner for, 242; Wil-
liam Alexander, in relation to, 243 ; Governor Belcher, in relation to,
256. — Arrests of trespassers in Sussex County, New Jersey, by order
of the New York Council, ix. 178; Petition of Philip Swartwout, rel-
ative to, 250; Letter from President Colden, relative to, 253; Act of
the Assembly, relative to, 389; Commissioners to settle, 390. 447,
581, 588, 622, 623, 630.— Statement of the claims of New York, x,
119; Surveyor of. appointed by Governor Colden of New York, 194;
Observations of Governor Franklin upon, 386, 407; Letter from
Governor Tryon, relative to, 393; Approved by the King, 410; Re-
port of the surveyors of, 501 .

Boundary Line between New York and Massachusetts Bay, x, 600.

Boune, James, ii, 396.

Boune, William, ii, 332.

Bourden, Ben, i, 413.

Bout-town, Lands at, sold by John Fenwick, i, 413.

Bouts, Richard, ii, 460.

Bowde (Boud), Ad lord, ii, 50.

Bowen, Davxd, x, 531.

Bowers, Captain, i, 300.

Bowler, Garrat, ii, 363, 397.

Bowman, George, Indicted, vii, 458.

Bowman, Thomas, Indicted, vii, 458.

Bowne (Brown). Andrew, ii, 270; Letter from, relating to the disorders



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 29

in New Jersey, 3"37; Note on, 329; Objected to, as Governor of East
Jersey, 385; Signs petition, 369; Eeferred to, 401, 416,433; Rec-
ommended for Council, 429, 486, 487; Referred to, 439, 445, 446;
j;'\ppointed member of the Council, 507. — Referred to, iii, 1; Com-
missioner of New Jersey, 64; Referred to, 75, 76, 155, 156; Contrib-
utes to tlie supposed Cornbury Fund, 212; Appointed a member of
the Council, 317; Death of, mentioned, 340, 311 ; Referred to, 463.
479, 483.— Member of Governor Hunter's Council, iv, 2; Referred
to, 76.

Bowne, James, ii, 327.

Bowne (Bound, Bown, Bonn), John, i, 44, 51, 88, 143, 305, 307, 309, 333,
355, 364 — ii, 486. — Collecting money supposed to be for Lord Corn-
bury, iii, 199-319; Expelled from the Assembly, 337, 377; Proposed
as a member of the Council by Governor Cornbury, 341.

Bown, John, Removed from the Judgeship in Monmouth County, iv, 129;
Recommended for Council, 133; Signed, 310.

Bowne, Obadiah, ii, 363, 397. — Contributes to the supposed Cornbury
Fund, iii, 212, 214— iv, 111.

Bowne, William, ii, 397.

Bowyer, i, 414.

Boyle, Solomon, Affidavit of relation to the riots, vii, 419, 426.

Boyse, John, ii, 396.

Brackett, John, Senr., i, 50.

Bradbury, Rev. Mr., Letter to, from Governor Belcher, vii, 54.

Braddock, General, Edward, viii, Part II, 104, 111, 113, 110; Letter to,
from Governor Belcher, 117; Reported defeat of, 117, 118, 119;
Referred to, 148, 183, 309, 331.

Bradford, William, Clerk of the Assembly, iv, 74, 80, 81, 123; Salary,
185, 363; Signs as Clerk, 251; Payments for printing, 369, 371. —
Referred to, v, 34, 139, 141— viii, Part I, 106; Part II, 333.

Bradish, Hannah, x, 614.

Bradley, Attorney-General, Letter to Captain Roddam, relative to the
killing of Elizabeth Stebbins, vii, 534.

Bradstreet, Captain John, Letter from, to Governor Belcher, viii, Part
II, 113.

Bradstreet, Colonel, ix, 365.

Bradway (Broadway), Edward, i, 118, 268, 283, 284, 292, 414.

Brae, Judge, x, 272.

Traedy, Hydrek, Clark, i, 320.

Brahra, Dee, See De Brahm.

Braim, Benjamin, iii, 314.

Brainard, Rev. David, vi, 406, 407— vii, 598— ix, 355.

Brainard, John, vii, 598— viii. Part I, 140— ix, 175, 355— x, 345.

Braincrd, Jr., Hezekiah, ix, 355.

Braine, James, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 384, 424, 433, 434, 437, 442,
474, 482, 483, 490, 504, 530— ii, 26, 304— iii, 314.



30 GENERAL INDEX

Bramen, John, ii, 48.

Bramma, Benjamin, ii, 146.

Brandreth, Timothy, ii, 14(j.

Bransart, Thomas, iv, ;U0.

Brattle, Col., viii. Part I, 1).

Bray, John, ii, 327. 32S; Presented by Monmouth Grand Jury. 382. 363;

Fined for contempt of Court, 3G3; Signed jjetition, 3!JG — Contributes

to Cornbury Fund, iii, 212.
Brearley, David, x, 512.
Breasted, William, vii, 421.
Breese, Samuel, x, 600.
Breum, Joseph, ii, 339.
Brian, Thomas, iii, 164.
Brick, John, vii, 99— viii. Part I, 73.
Brick, Joshua, x, 531.
Bridge, Chris, iv, 174.

Bridger, John, Surveyor-General of his Majesty's Woods, iii, 122.
Bridges. John, ii, 42-02, 66-74, 76, 79, 8S, 186-194, 199, 258, 276, 300,302,

376, 408.411; Signs surrender of the government, 456-460; Recom-
mends Andrew Hamilton for Governor, 470. — A Proprietor, iii, 38,

51, 82, 95, 302, 314. 4y8-iv, 141.
Bridges, Dr., iii, 209, 216, 217, 277.
Bridges, Rev. Thomas, Letter to, from the West Jersey Society, ii, 94;

Letter to, from Daniel Coxe, 96.
Bridgewater, Earl of. One of the Lords of Trade, ii, 132, 136, 185, 201,

268.
Brierley (Brearly), David, Congratulates Governor Belcher on his arrival,

vii. 64; Rescued from prison, 86; Referred to, 206, 219; Indicted,

458; Referred to, 483, 628.
Brierly, John, vii, 628.
Brightwen. William, i. 288.
Brindly. Luke, i, 288.
Brinley, William, vii, 257.
Brinson, Daniel, i. 289.
Bristed (Brested), William, vi, 429, 430-432.
Broadwell, Jo.siali, viii. Part II, 165.
Brockholes, Capt. Anthony, i, 186, 196, 349; Letter from, to Governor

Carteret, 350; Note on, 358; Referred to, 353, 458.
Bromfield, Thomas, ii, 42-62, 66-74, 79, 470— iii, 498.
Bromhall, Richard, ii, 42-46, 65-74, 79.
Brookes, Timothy, ii, 384.
Brookes, William, ii, 42-62, 66-74. 79.
Brooksbank, Joseph, ii, 42-46, 65-73, 78, 276, 302, 376, 408, 411, 470— iii.

38, 82. 95, 302, 314.
Brooksbank, Stamp, vii, 326.
Brotherton, A town laid our for the Indians, ix, 175; Referred to, 357.



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Brown, Abraham, i. 51 — iii, 485 — iv, 309.

Browne, Daniel, ii, 339.

Brown, Geoi-ge, iii, 486— iv, 9 — s, 353.

Brown, Isaac, ix, 640.

Browne, John, ii, 46, 327— iii, 376, 393, 394, 401, 433-428, 447, 452, 453—

iv, 9, 98, 99, 371— vii, 32— x, 303,717.
Brown, Jr., John, vi, 351 — vii, 457.
Browne, Joseph, ii, 148.
Brown, Morris, vi. 351.
Brown, Moses, vii, 457.
Brown, Philip, ix, 5.
Brown, Preserve, v, 187.
Brown, Thomas, x, 531.
Brown, William, ii, 139, 325, 334, 396.
Browne, Andrew, ii, 336.
Browne, Nicholas, i, 51, 134— iii, 485— iv, 310.
Browe, Zebedee, vi, 351— vii, 457.
Bruen, Obadiah, vii, 32.
Brum son. Barefoot, iv, 89.
Bryant, Antliony, i. 111.
Bryant, Captain William, viii. Part I, 116.
Buck, John, x, 531.
Buckhalson, Francis, ii, 396.
Buckley, Richard, ix, 591.
Budd, James, ii, 50.

Budd, John, Petition of, with others, for grants of land, i, 289 — x, 367.
Budd (Budde), Thomas, i, 368, 414, 419— ii, 18, 19, 85, 99— iii, 15S— v,

311.
Budd, Justice, Latter to, from Governor Belcher, vii, 67.
Budden, Captain, ix, 524.
Bude, William, ii, 384.
Buffi ngton, Richard, i, 269.
Bulark, John, iv, 310.
Bule, Mr., iv, 159.
Bulkley, Charles, ix, 590, 594.

Bull, or Boel, , x, 664.

Bunel, Hommuel, ii, 396.
Bunell, John, ii, 336.
Bunn, Matthew, i, 66.
Bunn, Miles, iv, 189.

Buunell, Isaac, Grand Juror for Essex County, iii, 496.
Bunnell (Bonell), Nathaniel, i, 50, 65.
Bunting, William, iv, 371.
Burchan, Robert, i, 186.

Bi3ha3ld, Mr., Survayor-Gsneral of Customs, iv, 49, 78, 121, 139.
Burden, Benjamin, iii, 483, 484.



32 GENERAL INDEX

Burden's Island, v, 43, 44.

Burgess, Captain, ii, 291, 292.

Burges, Isaac, i, 418.

Burke, Francis, x, 711.

Burkhurst, Admiral, i, 152.

Burkmaster, Edward, ii, 290.

Burlington (Bridlington), Road between Perth Ainboy and, i, 428. — In-
structions relative to the port of, ii, 178; Riots at, H79, 402; Propri-
tors wish it recognized as a port, 405; Markets at, 406. — Transporta-
tion between and Perth Ainboy, iii, 177, 186, 250; Referred to, 11,
16, 67, 167, 184, 221, 227, 239, 264, 274, 279— iv, 11, 12, 14, 16, 22,

57, 67, 73, 74, 76, 88, 95, 97, 128, 129, 142, 157, 167, 172, 184, 221,
224, 225, 227, 239, 240, 261, 264, 273, 274, 276, 277; Small-pox at,
264; Surveyor-General's office, 289. -Referred to. v, 11, 12, 40, 45,

58. 59, 73, 77, 83, 133.— Described, vi, 108.— Governor Belcher's
opinion of, vii, 65, 92. — Removal of the seat of government from, to
Perth Amboy, x, 457. 408.

Burlington County, Population of in 1699. ii, 305. — Taxes of, iv, 368,
369, 370. — Money received from Collector of, v, 132 — viii, Part I,
66, 67, 68, 73, 74. — Instructions to the Assemblymen of, in regard to
the liabilities of the Eastern Treasurer, x, 417.

Burlington Island. Description of, v, 38, 42, 44. — Caveat, relative to, x,
515.

Burnet, John, ii, 187-19?, 198, 213, 257, 263— vi. 410— viii, Part I, 200;
Part II, 228.

Burnett, Obadiah, ii, 42-02, 60-74, 79. 194, 199, 300. 302; Signs the Sur-
render of the government, 450-460; Recommends Andrew Hamilton
for Governor, 470. — Proprietor, iii, 38; Sonmans' Commission, 314.

Burnet, Robert, An East New Jersey Proprietor, i, 425, 433, 434, 437,
442, 446, 448. 451, 454, 457, 462; Lnterested in goods shipped to East
Jersey, 467; Signs as Proprietor, 474, 482, 483, 513; Referred to,
529, 530. — Named as a Proprietor, ii, 26, 32, 187-19:); Disbursements
by, on account of East Jersey, 203; Name to instructions to Gov-
ernor Basse, 213; As Proprietor, 257, 263; Surrenders the govern-
ment of East Jersey. 387; Signs the surrender of the government,
456-460.

Burnet, William, iv, 12; Commission of, as Governor of New York and
New Jersey, transmitted by the Lords of Trade. 447. — Instruc-
tions to, as Governor of New Jersey, v, 1; Notice of, 1; Addi-
tional instruction to, 3; Letter to, from the Loi-ds of Trade, rela-
tive to Secretary Smith's fees, 4; Letter from, to the Lords of
Trade, relative to the New Jersey Assembly, 8; Instruction to,
relative to the clergy of the Church of England, 23; Letter from,
to the Lords of Trade, relative to New Jersey affairs. 32: Re-
ferred to, 40; Instruction to, relative to the acts regulating trade
and navigation, 46; Letter to, from the Lords of Trade, relative to



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 33

vacancies in the New Jersey Council, 51 ; Transmits to the Lords of
Trade, sundry acts of the New Jersey Assembly, 53; Letter from,
to Lord Carteret, relative to gold and silver mines in New Jersey, 64;
Notice of, 70 ; Letter to, from the Lords of Trade. 70 ; Instructions
to, relative to private acts, 71; Referred to, 73, 73; Letter from, to
the Lords of Trade, relative to paper money, 75; Instruction to,
relative to the election of Representatives to the Assembly, 84;
Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to certain acts passed
by the Assembly of New Jersey, 86; Announces the death of Chief
Justice Trent, 97; Referred to, 101; Letter from, to the Lords of
Trade, relative to New Jersey Affairs, 104; To the same, relative to
certain returns to be made, 117; Letter to, from the Lords of Trade,
relative to gold and silver mines in New Jersey, 120; Instructions to,
relative to the suspension of sentences, 122; Proclamation of, against
any authority by Peter Sonmans, as Receiver of Quit Rents, 124;
Letters from, to the Duke of Newcastle, 120, 130: Letter from, to the
Lords of Trade, 131; Letter to, from the L(-rds of Trade, relative to
Paper Money of New Jersey, 156; Instruction to, relative to appeals,
157; Instructions to, relative to vice and immorality, 159; Letter
from, to Secretary Popple, 163; Letter from, to the Lords of Trade,
relative to the application of interest money, 165; Referred to, 119;
Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, transmitting documents, 181;
Referred to, 199, 200, 207; Letter to, from James Alexander,
respecting the relative authority of the Plantation Assemblage, £30;
Death of, 261; Referred to, 287, 344, 360, 374, 484— vi, 71— viii.
Part I, 208.

Burr, Rev. Aaron, Letter to, from Governor Belcher, relative to the new
College, vii, 115, 618; Referred to, 119.— President of the new Col-
lege, viii. Part I, 9, 11, 85; Letter to, on his marriage, from Gover-
ijor Belcher, 89; Letter to, from the same, relative to the College,
Part IT, 166— X, 240.

Burr, Henry, iii, 104.

Burr, John, v, 211; Letter from, to James Alexander, 212.

Burrow, John, A West Jersey Proprietor, iii, 95.

BurwcU, Samuel, ii, 333, 334.

Burwell (Burrell), Theophilus, vi, 351, 455, 465, 467— vii, 403-405, 433;
Examination of, relative to Essex County riots, 434; Referred to,
437, 441, 444; Indicted, 458; Referred to, 511, 513.

Burwell, Zachary, Jr., ii, 337.

Bushroocis, Thomas, i, 223.

Bussott, John, i, 128.

Bustall (Bustill), Samuel, iv, 261; Letter from, against Governor Hunter,
262; Referred to, 267; Signs, 344— v, 187, 277, 279, £81, 282.

Butcher, John, i, 269.

Butterworth. Moses, ii, 362, 371.

Byerly, Thomas, Recommended for the Council, iv, 62, 153, 154; Rc-
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34 GENERAL INDEX

ferred to, by Rev. Jacob nenderson, 157; Recommended for the
Council. 16), 171, 182; Member of Council. 25:3, ;J2G. 3;U, 340, 363;
Payments to, 370, 372 — One of Governor Burnet's Council, v, 3, 34;
Place in Council filled, 52, 71. — Referred to, vii, 645.

Byles Island, v, 41, 44.

Byliiui^e (Billing, Billinge), Edward, i, 158, 185; Quintipartite deed to,
from Sir George Carteret, 205 ; Instructions from, and otliers. to their
Commissioners in West Jersey, 219; His interest in the Province
presented to his creditors, 232; Name signed to Concessions, etc., to
settlers in West Jersey, 268; Memoranda as to his claim, 223; Grant
to him and others, from the Duke of York, 3i4: An East Jersey
Proprietor, 384, 442; Letter to, from Charles II, 458; Name signed,
534; Agreement as to the dividing line between East and West Jer-
sey, 51'J; Referred to, 530— Notice of, ii, 4; Referred to, 6. 8, 10,
12, 13. 14, 16, 22, 41, 46, 49, 63, 64, 65, 66; Disbursements by. on
account of East Jersey, 202; Referred to, 388, 422— iii, 15S, 413—
vii, 320.

Byllynge, Loveday, ii. 48.



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Cadwalader, Thomas, vii, 542; Letter from, to Governor Belcher, 544.

Cage, Thomas, ii, 461.

Caiger, , x, 113.

Caldwell, James, x, 345.

Callingor, ilenry, ii. 148.

Call well. Allen, iv, 9.

Camberling, William, x, 273.

Cameron, Ewen. i, 529.

Camp, Joseph, vii, 405. 444. 512.

Camp, Nathaniel, vi, 346, 350, 361, 367, 395, 396, 413— vii, 49. 50, 61, 74.
415.

Camp, Samuel, ii, 336.

Campbel, Archibald, ii, 186-193, 19S, 218.

Campbell. Hume, viii, Part I, 145, ir;5.

Campball, John, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 460, 499, 522, 52'^.— Com-
missioned to confer, relative to the boundary line between tlie Prov-
inces, ii, 1. — Desires to report. 24 -iv, 9, 142— ix. 335.

Campbell. Lord Neill, Governor of East Jersey, i, 509, 522, 529; Appoints
Andrew Hamilton Deputy Governor, 54l. — Referred to, ii, 10, 18,
19, 27. 32— iii, 115.

Campbell. Lord William, ix, 621.

Canada, Expedition to, iv, 13S— vi, 370, 371— vii, 341, 354, 383— viii, Part
I, 70, 79; Partii, 188— ix, iii, 149. 18b.

Canaghqueison, Chief of Oneidas, x, 56.

Cand, Joseph, ii, 396.



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 35

'Candler, John, iv. 215.
Cane, Major, x, G70, 671.
Cannan, Patrick, ii, 333.

Cantwell, Capt. Edmund, Lands sold to, by the Indians, i, 111; Grant
to, from Governor Carteret, 111; Letters to, from Governor Andres,
regarding Indian affairs, 179. 181; Warrent to, to arrest John Fen-
wicke, IS'^; Declaration of, in regard to Fenwicke, 193: Estate of
William Tom, 196; High Sheriff, 201; Deposition of, 274.
Cantwell, William, i, 268.

Cape May County. First grant of, i, 1.— Population of in 1699, ii, 305.—
Taxes, iv, 368, 369— v, 132, 133.— Money received from collector of,
viii. Part 1, 66, 67, 68; From Commissions, 71; Interest from, 73,
74.- Justices of, x, 207, 213, 215-219, 275-297.
Car, Sir Robert, ix, 329.
Cardiff, James, x, 717.
Cardry, John, x. 717.

Carey, John, Answers objections made to his acting as Attorney-General
in the courts of Salem and Cumberland Counties, x, 362; On Com-
mittee, 471.
Carkesse, Charles, Letter from, relative to the exportation of copper ore
from New Jersey to Holland, v, 7— In relation to a glass house,
vi, 98.
Carle, Jacob, vii, 421.
Carle, Mr., iv, 267.
Carolina, Illegal trading with, ii, 119.
Carpenter, Samuel, ii, 120.
Carpenters Island, v, 43, 44, 45.

Carr, Captain, i, 74, 76; Letter to, from Governor Lovelace, reproving
him for neglect of duty in regard to the Indian murders at Matini-
conck island, 79.
Carrington, Jonathan, x, 717.
Carrington, John, ii, 31.
Carrol, John, x, 710.
Carter, Barnabas, ii, 33-1, 396.
Carter, Nicholas, i, 50, 65, 82, 84.

Carter, Samuel, ii, 129; Proceedings against him for contempt in the Essex
County Court, 313; Signs remonstrance, 337; Proceedings against
him continued, 333, 334, 339; Signs petition, 395.— Grand Juror,
iu, 496.
Carteret, Sir George, Notice of, i, 25; Letter from Charles II, concerning
obedience to the government of, 153; Warrant to prepare a patent to,
for East .lersey, 160; Release to, from the Duke of York, for the
same, 163; Directions and instructions from, to the Governor, Coun-
cil and inhabitants of East Jersey, 107; Explanation by, of the con-
cessions made by the Lords Proprieters, 173.— Referred to, ii, 14, 231 .



36 GENERAL liNDEX

Carteret, Sir George (grandson of the original Proprietor), Release to,
from the Duke of York, for East New Jersey, i, :!37.

Carteret, James, i, 72, 75; Declaration and protestation of the Governor
and Council against, 89; Letter from the New Jersey Council, to the
Governor, concerning. 91 ; Complaint against, by the Council of New
Jersey, 91; Referred to, 153, 334.

Carteret, Lady Elizabeth, i, 346, 319: Letter to, from Governor Carteret,
353; Lease from, to the first twelve Proprietors of East Jersey, 306 —
ii, 388,

Carteret, Lord, Letter to, from Governor Burnet, i"elative to gold and
silver mines in New Jersey, v, 64.

Carteret, Philip, Commission of, as Governor of New Jersey, i, 20; In-
structions to, from the Lords Proprietors, 21; Letter from, to those
purposing a settlement on the Delawai'e, 51 ; Letter from, to the In-
dian Sachem, Oraton, relative to the Newark tract, 55; Proclamation
of, calling the first Assembly, 56; Seal of, 60; Warrant of, for re-
quiring the surrender of a paper signed by the inhabitants of Middle-
town, against the laws, 61 ; Letter from, to Surveyor- General Vau-
quillan, relative to the Lords Proprietors lands about Woodbridge,
Amboy and Piscataway, 62 : Order from, enlarging the authonty of
the court at Woodbridge, 62; Tjetter from, to the people of Wood-
bridge, relative to persons admitted to vote at town meetings, who
had not lands surveyed and patented, 63; Present at a Special Court
at Elizabethtown, 65, 76; Order for a Special Court at Elizabcthtown,
81; Confirms certain privileges to Middletown and Shrewsbury, 88;
Order of, prohibiting the exercise of any authority in Bergen, not
sanctioned by him, 92; Grant of land to Edmund Cantwell and
Johannes Dehaes, 111 ; Grawt from, to Lucas Pictor to purchase land
from the Indiams, 115; Inventory of his estate ordered by the Dutch
Council, 130; Directions, instructions, etc., to, by Sir George Car-
teret, 167; Number of his family on his arrival in New Jersey, in
1665, 183; Paying the Indians for the land, 184; Letter to, from
Governor Andros, 292; Proclamation of Governor Andros, against,
293; Letter from, to Governor Andros, in reply to his of March 8th,
294; Commission from, to John Berry, to be his successor, J;95; Let-
ter from, to Governor Andros, countermanding orders for a General
Assembly. 297; Warrant from Governor Andros to arrest, 302; Ac-
count of his trial, 303; Letter from, to the Proprietor, narrating the
proceedings of Governor Andros, 314; Letter from, to James Bollen,
316; Proclamation from, against the authority of Governor Andros,
346; Letter from, to the Governor of New York and his Council, 349;
Letter from, to Captain Anthony Brockholls, 350; Proclamation of,
to the inhabitants of Staten Island, 350; Letter to, from Captain
Anthony Brockholls, 351: Letter to Lady Elizabeth Carteret, 353.
— Copy of a license to purchase of the Indians, vi, 339. — Referred to,
vii, 33- ix, 456.



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 37

Cartwithei', Caleb, i, 50.

Cartwright. Captain James, i, 121.

Cartwright, Solomon, viii, Part II, 13.

€arty, John, viii. Part II, 280— x, 358, 450.

Casabon, Jan. Eversen, i, 49.

Caspar, A German, Manufacturer of glass, viii, Part I, 110.

Caswell, Richard, x, 5o0.

€atherwood, Mr., viii. Part I, 94, 117, 123. 154, 159.

Census, of New Jersey, in 1726, v, 164; Of the different Colonies, vi, 89;
Of New Jersey, 1737-38, and in 1745, 242-244.

Chadwick, James. Commissioner of Customs, ii, 131.

Chamberiayne, John, iv, 158.

Chamberlayne, William, Affidavits of, x, 3, 7.

Chambers, John, i, 510 — v, 404— ix, 283.

Chambers, Robert, vii. 426, 427.

Chambers, Mr , viii. Part I, 122, 123.

Champance, Mr., iv, 257.

Champion, John, i, 288.

Champion, Matthew, iv, 253, 370-v, 137.

Champneys (Chamneys. Chamnis), Edward, i, 186, 227, 283, 414.

Chandler, John. vii. 439; Affidavit ot, relative to the riots, 440.

Chandler, Rev. Thomas B., x, 311, 313.

Changerora, Land at, i, 474, 478, 498— u, 32, 33.

Chaplin, John, ii, 396.

Chapman, John, vi, 147— viii. Part 1, 207.

Charles, An Indian king, iv, 282.

Charles II, Patent to James, Duke of York, for tract of land in New Eng-
land, including New Jersey, i, 3; Letter from, to Captain John
Berry, Deputy-Governor, confirming the laws and government estab-
lished in New Jersey by the Lords Proprietors, 107; Letter from,
concerning obedience to the Government of Sir George Carteret, 153;
Letter from, to the Governor and Council of East Jersey, 438; Letter
from, to Edward Byllyngs, 45S.

Charles, Robert. Letter from, to Governor Clinton, relative to boundaries
between New York and New Jersey, viii, Parti, 135; Referred to,
145_viii, Part II, 244, 245.

Charles. Mr., Agent for New York, vii, 121, 168, 299, 300.

Chase, Samuel, x, 530.

Chaunders, Thomas, i, 414.

Cheescock's Patent, viii. Part I, 20!>, 223, 275.

Cheeseman, Olim, ii, 364.

Cheesman. William, vi, 465.

Cheete, George, i, 51.

Chesman, William, Sr., ii, 395.

Chesman, William, ii, 396.

•Chettwood, William, Sheriff of Essex County, vii, 178, 210.



38 GENERAL INDEX

Chetwood, John, x, 4G7.

Chew, Samuel, Excommimicated by the Quakei-s, vi, 173.

Child, John, President of the West Jersey Society, Autograph, vii, 327.

Childe, John, Autograph, v, 510.

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Clarke, Herman, i, 270.

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