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line between East and West Jersey, 517, 518 — ii, 100; Minutes of, re-
lating to Amboy, 237; Letter from three of the members of, relating
to the condition of the Jerseys, 388. — Report of, on Jarratt's petition
relating to the boundary line, iv, 4)6; Petition of, relating to the
survey of the line, 433. — Petition of Allan Jarratt, viii. Part I, 233;
Reply thereto, 230; Petition to, from the inhabitants of New York,
231— Action of, relative to the boundary line, viii, Part II, 89. — Or-
der of, for the arrest of Sussex County men, ix, 178.
Council, Privy, Order of, respecting quo warrantos against New Jersey
and Delaware, i, 501. — Order of, directing the payment of all duties
to the Governor of New York, by vessels trading in Hudson River,
ii, 200; Order of, referring to the Lords of Trade a petition from the
Proprietors of East Jersey, 254; Order of, referring the petition of
West Jersey for the appointment of Andrew Hamilton as Governor,
to the Lords of Trade, 275; Order of. enclosing to the Lords of Trade
the Attorney-General's draft of the surrender of the government of
East and West Jersey, 450 ; Order of, that the surrender of the gov-
ernment aforesaid, be enrolled in the Court of Chancery, 461 ; Order
of referring to the Lords of Trade a petition from Peter Sonmans
and William Dockwra, against Andrew Hamilton, 465; Order of, re-
ferring to the same, a petition of the Proprietors that Hamilton be
appointed Governor. 468. — Order of, relative to the petition of Son-
mans and Dockwra, concerning Staten Island, iii, 61; Order of, re-
voking Col, Ingoldesby's commission as Lieutenant-Governor of New
York, aud appointing him one of the Council of New Jersey, 145;
Order of restoring Lewis Morris to the Council of New Jersey, 349. —
Order, in, relating to the payment of a certain sum of money by
Thomas Gordon, iv, 217; Order of, appointing three New Jersey
Councillors, 331 ; Order of, referring to the Lords of Trade a petition
agu^inst allowing Quakers to affirm, 341. — Order in, relative to islands
in the Delaware, v, 2S; Order in, relative to the suspension of sen-
tences, 122; Order in, relative to ecclesiastical jurisdictions in the
Plantations, 126; Order of, respecting the division line between East
and West Jersey, 243; Order of, appointing John Peagram a member
of Council, 347; Order of, declaring the reasons for removing Chief-
Justice Morris insufficient, 437; Order of, relative to Richard Part-
ridge's petition for a separate Governor for New Jersey, 448. — Order
in, relative to the petition of the inhabitants of Eiizabethtown, re-
specting their controversies with the Proprietors of East Jersey, vi,
205; Order in, relative to a bill for the emission of £10,000 in bills
of ci'edit, 301; Order in, upon a petition of Jonathan Belcher, rela-
tive to salary, 443; Order of. relative to a petition of Jonathan



NEAV JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 49

Belcher, for permission to be absent from his government for three
months, 449. — Order in, appi'oving of the appointment of Richard
Salter to be of the Council of New Jersey, vii, 175; Petition, relative
to the riots referred to the Lords of Trade by, 24.1 ; Order of, refer-
ring the petition of the Assembly of New Jersey. 461 ; Representation
to, from, the Lords of Trade, on the State of the Province, 466;
Memorial of, relative to the riots, 537; Appoints David Ogden a
member of the Council, 588; Appoints Lewis Ashfield, to a seat
therein, 590. — Order in, for the improved government of the Colo-
nies, viii. Part I, 28; Order in, to His Majesty's Governors, 35;
Order in, relative to the riotous proceedings in New Jersey, 53. —
Order in. relative to rank of officers serving with the Provincial forces
ot North America, viii, Part II, 29; Pi'oceedings of, relative to the
boundary dispute between New York and New Jersey, 114. — Order
in, relative to a bill for emitting £60,000 in bills of credit, ix, 11;
Order in, approving the appointment of Francis Bernard as Gov-
ernor, 21; Order in, approving the appointment of Charles Read and
John Smith as members of the New Jersey Council, 151; Order in,
approving the appointment of Thomas Boone as Governor of New
Jersey, 189; Order in, continuing Christopher Coates and Joseph
Warrell as Seeretai-y and Attorney-General of New Jersey, 257; Order
in, approving the appointment of Josiah Hardy as Governor of New
Jersey, 259, 262: Approves the instruction for, 285; Order in, rela-
tive to patents for land on the Mohawk River, 308; Order in, relative
to granting lands and Judges' Commissions, 324; Order in, approv-
ing of Samuel Smith and John Ladd, to be of the Council in New
Jersey, 394; Order in, relative to Commissioner for settling the
boundary line between New York and New Jersey, 588, 630; Ap-
proves of fourteen seals for the several Colonies of America, 618. —
Order in, repealing an act relative to supplying the Barracks, and
admonishing the Governors of the Colonies, x, 41 ; Order in, appoint-
ing Richard Stockton a member of the New Jersey Council. 59;
Order in, disallowing act for making current £100,000 in bills of
credit, 115, 196; Order in, relative to the grant of lands, 402; Rec-
ommends salaries more .suitable to the civil officers, and the building
of houses for the Governor, 549 ; Order in, for the Lord High Admiral
to proceed to seize all ships taken from the Colony of New Jersey
and other Colonies, 711.

Council of Proprietors of East Jersey. See East Jersey.

Council of Proprietors of West Jersey. See West Jersey.

Counties, Complaints that they are not equally divided, iv, 68; Taxes of,
368, 369; Assessors of neglectful, 400.

Courts of New Jersey, Genera], convened by tlie Governor and Council,
i, 176. — Of Admiralty, memorial relating to, ii, 133; Wishes of Pro-
prietors respecting, 407; Circular respecting, 539.

Courts, Variety of, iii, 4; Modifications, 72; Proceedings against Lewis
4



50 GEXEKAL INDEX

Morris in the Court of Common Rights, 479: Against Isaac White-
head, 480; Court of General Quarter Sessions for Essex County, 495, —
Complained of, by the General Assembly, iv, 39; Supreme Court
objected to as constituted, 69; Court of Chancery demanded, 70;
Governor authorized to establish courts, 114; Two Judges appointed,
139; Displacements in the Supreme Court by Governor Hunter, loO;
Court of Chancery to be opened by proclamation, 150; State of, in
New Jersey, 166; Plantation Courts, 349— Instruction to Governors,
relative to appeals in cases of error, viii. Part 1, 188; Governor's
power to establish, ix, 28, 29, 55; Minutes of the Supreme Court on
the claims of Mr, Morris to the office of Chief Justice. 214-218; Court
of Chancery, 297; Tenure of the Commissions of Judges. 308, 321-
329; Act of the Assembly relative to, 331 ; Ordinance for holding the
Supreme Court for the .Province of New Jersey. 434: Instruments
used in, that will bear the highest Stamp duty, 480; Act regulating
the practice of the law, 491 ; Effects of the Stamp Act upon the busi-
ness of, 506; Fees of the Justices of the Supreme Cottrt, 593; Fees
of the Prerogative office, 595; Fees of the Clerk of the Supreme
Court. 596; Fees of the Attorney-General, 598; Sheriff's fees, 599;
Fees of Jitstices, 600; Fees of the Cottrt of Common Pleas, 600;
Fees of the Clerk of the 'Sessions and Common Pleas, 601 ; Fees of
the Clerk of Assize, 602; Surveyors' fees, 603; Jury's fees, 603;
Constables' fees, 604; Ciyer's fees, 004; Coroner's tees. 604; Practi-
tioners' fees, 605; Fees in the Court of Chancery, 609; Salaries of
Judges, 620; Admiralty Courts, 621,— Opinion of Ilichard Stockton
as to the authority of the Governor in the Court of Chancery, x, 155-
168; Ordinance in relation to the Court of Chancery, 184; Act, rela-
tive to the practice of the law in New Jersey, 199; Said act dis-
allowed, 213; Enumerated, 441.

Courts, Newcastle, Proceedings of, againstJohn Fenwicke, i, 274.

Courts, New York, Proceedings of, against John Fenwicke, i, 236, 238;
Against Governor Carteret, 303.

Court, Herman, i, 49.

Coustrier, 315.

Cowescomen, i, 16, 18.

Coxe (Cox), Daniel, i, 530.— Letter from, to the Council of Proprietors of
West Jersey, ii, 4; Narrative of, relating to the division line between
East and West Jersey, 10; Signature of, 17; Agreement with Gover-
nor Barclay in regard to the boundary line, 34; Release from, of
West Jersey, to the West Jersey Society, 41; Notice of , 41; Release
of West Jersey, 41-63; Grant of the government of West Jersey
from, to the West Jersey Society, 04-72; Referred to, 87, 88, 89, 90.
94; Letter from, to Rev. Thomas Bredges, 96; Petition of, to the
Lords Commissioners of the Treasury, 164, 165; Disbttrsements by,
on account of East Jersey, 204: Referred to. 265, 486, 502.— Objec-
tions to his becoming a member of the Council, iii, 35; His answer



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 51

to the same, 39, 43; Recommended for the Council, 78, 340; Memo-
rial of, with others, to the Lords of Trade relative to Xew Jersey
affairs, 83; Proposed for the Council by the Lords of Trade, 115;
Notice of, 116; Appointed a member of the Council, 135; Referred
to, 130, 133, 155, 100; In Council, 390: Objected to as a member of
the Council, 301 ; Appointed a member of Lord Lovelace's Council,
317, 338, 339; Signs addresses, 367, 373, 415, 473; The Proprietors
ask that he may be left out of Governor Hunter's Council, 497;
Member of Governor Hunter's Council, iv, 3, 19; Referred
to, 14, 41, 42, 48; His removal from the Council recommended by
Governor Hunter, 61, 141; Referred to, 143, 144, 145,148,149;
Plis removal from the Council urged by Governor Hunter, 149;
Elected a member of the West Jersey Council, 153, 153; Referred to,
by Rev. Jacob Henderson, 157; Further reference to, 164, 169, 175,
183; Remonstrances against the reappointment of Governor Hunter,
198, 303; Referred to, 307, 309, 310, 311, 313, 316, 330, 333; Two
Quaker speeches relating to, 343, 346; Referred to. 351, 355, 858,
363.365; Letters from to Mr. Allisen, 366, 374; Referred to, 393,
394, 81)1, 313, 315, 318. 333. 334, 338, 336; Caveat of, relating to
the partition line between East and West Jersey, 444 — v, 19; De-
scribes Burlington Island, 38. 43; Member of Council, 311.

Cox, Jr., Daniel, ii, 376, 408. 410.

Coxe, Daniel (the first), x, 325.

Coxe, Daniel (the second), x, 335.

Coxe, Daniel (tlie third), x, 325.

Coxe, Daniel (the fourth), x, 326.

Coxe. Daniel (the fifth), — Recommended for the Coixneil, x, 325, 333;
Appointed such, 373, 274, 306; In Council, 351; Letter from to
Cortlandt Skinner, in which he expresses his fears of the Lex
Talionis, 654.

Cox, Doctor Daniel, iii, 37, 116, 333.

Cox, Isaac, See Cocks.

Cox, John, ii, 3G3, 366, 396.

Coxe, John, vi, 139; Recommended for the Council, 233, 238, 434; Re-
ferred to, 467, 470, 473, 473. — vii, 5 ; Member of Governor Belcher's
Council, 6, 86, 88; Letter from, to James Alexander, detailing some
proceedings of the Governor and Council, 97; Commends sundry oifi-
cers, 102; Letter to, from James Alexander, relative to dissolving the
Assembly, 123; Reply to the same, 127; Letter to, from James Alex-
ander, relative to the riots, 154; Letter from, to James Alexander,
relative to the Governor's liealth, and proposed meetings of the Leg-
islature, 158; Letter to, from James Alexander, relative to the rioters,
161 ; Letter to. from the same, relative to the action of Governor
Belcher, 304; Signs, 237; Referred to, 450; Suspended from Council,
540; Affidavits and proceedings against, 541-550 ; Referred to, 575 ;
Removed from his seat in the Council, 589; Referred to. 594, 603.



52 GENERAL INDEX

Cox, Joseph, Contributes to the supposed Cornbury Fund, iii, 213.

Coxe, Rebecca, ii, 41-63.

Cox. Samuel, iv, 198, 216, 318.

Cox, Thomas, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 420, 433, 434, 437. 442, 451,

460, 463, 474, 483, 483, 490, 499, 500, 504, 539, 530— ii, 36, 49, 336,

396.
Coxe, William, vii, 543 — ix, 187; Distributor of stamps, 497; Referred

to, 515-517. 519.
Cozzens, Mr., ii, 246.
Craddock, Mr., Letter to, from Grovernor Belcher, describin": his home at

Burlington, vii, 58.
Crafford, John, ii, 146.

Craft, John, Diary of, relative to Governor Franklin's arrest, x, 710.
Cragge, Andrew, ii, 335, 397.
Cramer, John, ii, 327, 397— iv, 147.
Cramer, William, i, 50, 86.
Crane (Craine), Azariah. vi, 351 — vii, 457.
Crane (Craine), Daniel, ii, 129, 334, 339— iii, 496.
Crane, Daniel, Jr., vi, 351 — vii, 457.
Crane, Gamaliel, vi, 345 — vii, 457.
Crane, Jasper, i, 128 — ii, 336 — iv, 111.
Crane (Craine), Jeremiah, ii, 129, 336, 334, 339— iii. 496.
Crane, Job, vi, 345 — vii, 457.

Crane (Craine), John, ii, 334, 338— iii, 301— vi, 246. 251.
Crane, Nehemiah, vii, 179.
Crane, Phineas, Ensign, jx, 187.
Crane, Stephen, i, 50 — ii, 325.
Crane (Craine), Stephen, vii, 233, 238, 651— viii, Part I, 105— x. 458, 467,

471, 530, 546, 576.
Crane, William, vi, 245 — vii, 457.
Cranfield, Ephriam, vii, 458.
Craven, Thomas, iv, 215.
Craven, Peter, iv, 215.
Crawford, General, ix, 277, 278.
Crawley, Charles, x, 717.
Crawley, John, ix, 321.
Cremer, Thomas, i, 366.
Cresap, Michael, x, 495, 496.
Crew, Thomas, i, 366.
Crew, Thomas L., ii, 388.
Cripps, John, i, 288— ii, 24, 25.
Crisp, Stephen, iii, 413.
Crofts, William, i, 394.
Croghan, Colonel George, Deputy agent for Indian affairs, ix. 521. —

Notice of, X, 112.
Cromarty, Earl of, iii, 315.



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 53

Crook, John, viii, Part I, 267.

Ci'ooke, Charles W., x, 502.

Crosley, Plenry, ii, 396.

Cross, John, vi, 429, 432.

Cross, Parson, vii, 154.

Crowe. Abraham, v, 187.

Crowell, Samuel, vi, 245 — vii, 457.

Crowell. Yelverton, ii, 316.

Crown Point, Message of Governor Belcher, relative to the expedition to,

vii. 94; Letter from the same, relative to, 117.
Cryer. Thomas, ix, 318, 321.
Cumberland County, Proceedings of the inhabitants of, in accordance

with the recommendation of Congress, x, 530.
Cumin. Benjamin, iv, 10.
Cumin, George, iv, 9.

Curie (Corle), Benjamin, Grand Juror, on Woodbridge riot, iii, 486, 487.
Currency, See Paper Money and Bills of Credit.
Curtis, John, ii, 313, 314, 320, 333— iii, 495.
Curtis, Robert, ii, 41, 61, 65, 73, 79.
Curyslet, John, iv, 9.
Gushing, Thomas, x, 529.
Customs, See Commissioners of.
Cutter, Richard, iv, 10.
Cuttlebaek. William, ix, 178, 179, 250.
Cuttler. William, iv, 310, 313.
Cuykendall, Solomon, ix, 180, 181.
Cuyler, Henry, x, 137.

D.

Da Grodt. Piene, ii, 327.

Dagworthy, Captain John, v, 317 — vi, 425 — vii, 102.

Daily, James, x, 717.

Dalrimple. Joseph, Affidavit of, respecting the Newark riots, vi, 427;

Referred to, 430, 431.— Dispossessed, vii, 154, 216, 420, 422, 426, 427.
Dangerfield, John, i, 369.
Daniel, Benajah, x, 717.
Daniel, Richard, i, 269.
Daniel, Thomas, x, 531.
Daniel, William, i, 269.
Daniell, Widow, i, 414.
Darby. William, ii, 326.
Dare, William, Contributes to the supposed Cornbury Fund, iii, 215, 216;

Referred to, 355, 356— iv, 80.
Darvall, Doctor, i, 317.
Dartmouth, Earl of. One of the Lords of Trade, ii, 489, 503, 540— iii. 96,



54 GENEKAL INDEX

100, 129, 14G. 147, 149.— Letter to, as Secretary of State, from Gov-
ernor Hunter, iv, 10.

Dartmouth, P^arl of, x, 355; Writes to Governor Franklin, in regard to
the plundering and burning of the Gaspee, 375; Expresses his satis-
faction with the conduct of the Assembly, 388 ; In relation to the
petition of the Presbyterian clergy, 404, 407 ; Reply of, to Chief-
Justice Smyth, 404; In relation to the support of the King's Govern-
ment in New Jersey, 408; In relation to the boundary line, and the
Lottery Act, 416; In relation to the removal of the Treasurer of East
Jersey, 456; To Governor Pranlvlin, relative to the removal of the
seat of Government, 468; To the same, expressing the King's anxiety
concerning the Continental Congress, 496; Compliments to Governor
Franklin, 501; Announces the King's determination to resist the
Colonies, 513; Directs the Colonial Governors to prevent the choice
of deputies to the Continental Congress, 534; In relation to the pro-
ceeding of the same, 535 ; Expresses hopes of a restoration of the
public tranquility, 553; Transmits a resoluti®n adopted by Parlia-
ment, 555; In relation to the act for striking £100,000 in bills of
credit, etc., 557; Relative to the Commander-in-chief of the forces in
America, 586; In regard to the Congress, and the skirmish near Bos-
ton, 642; Announces the King's determination to crush the rebellion,
645; Approves Governor Franklin's speech to the Assembly, 651;
Notifies the Governors not to send dispatches by his Majesty's ships
of war, 656; Sends to all the Governors of the Colonies, except Mas-
sachusetts and North Carolina, the King's speech, 667.

Dasal, William, ii, 326.

Dashwood, , x, 701.

Davenport. Francis, ii, 148, 380; Recommended to be one of the Council,
417, 429; Objected to, 488; Remarks concerning, 502; Appointed
member of the Council, 507. — One of Governor Cornbury's Council,
iii, 2, 64, 155, 160; Appointed a member of Governor Lovelace's
Council, 317; His removal from Council recommended by Governor
Cornbury, 340; Death of, mentioned, 341; Referred to, 463— iv, 2.

Davenport, Humphrey, x, 718.

Davies, Rev. Samuel, President of the College of New Jersey, Death of,
ix, 258.

Davis, Deborah, ix, 251.

Davis, Elijah, vii, 439; Aifidavit of, relative to the riots, 441.

Davis, Hugh, x, 717.

Davis, Jonathan, Jr., vi, 351 — vii, 457.

Davis, John, ii, 470— x, 717.

Davis, Nathaniel, vi. 430, 431— vii, 421, 426.

Davis, Nicholas, i, 44.

Davis, Richard, ii, 326, 363, 366, 397.

Davis, Richard, Jr., ii, 397.

Davis, Samuel, i, 152.



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 55

Davi?, Solomon, vi, 165 — viii, Part I, 313.

Davis, Thomas, ii, 336— iv, 186, 188.

Davkin, Ricliard, ii, 148.

Dawson, Anna, i, 369.

Day, Amos, vi, 351 — vii, 458.

Day, John, ii, 148 — iii, 165.

Day, Joseph, vii, 50, 413, 415, 435, 444.

Day, Paul, ii. 337— vi, 351— vii, 457.

Day, Theunis, x, 351.

Day, Thomas, vi, 351 — vii. 457.

Day, Thomas, Jr., vi, 351 — vii, 458.

Day, William, ii, 337.

Diiyton, Captain Elias, ix, 185-187; Letter to, from Sir Jeffrey Amherst,

relative to the troops at Elizabethtown, 365.
Dayton, Jacob, ii, 146.

Deacon, George, i, 268, 383, 381 — ii, 148, 380; Recommended for Council,
417, 439; Objected to, 488; Remarks upon, 503; Appointed, 507.—
One ol! Governor Cornbury's Council, iii, 3, 64, 155, 340; One of the
Council of the Proprietors, 331 ; Did not approve of Lord Cornbury's
answer to the remonstrance of the Assembly, 335; Proposed as a
member of Lord Lovelace's Council, 399; Appointed as such, 317. —
Member of Governor Hunter's Council, iv, 3, 130, 138, 133, 133; Re-
ferred to, by Rev. Jacob Henderson, 157; Further reference to, 164,
326, 331, 334, 363; Payments to, 369, 373; Referred to, 373, 374,
377— viii, Part II, 151.
Dead, John Dickinson, i, 50.
Dean, Consul, Letter to, from Governor Belcher, relative to the College,

viii. Part II, 197.
Dean, William, iv, 310.
Deane, Silas, x, 530.
Deare, John, Letter from, to Chief-Justice Morris, informing him of the

riots at Perth Amboy, vi, 463; High Sheriff, 465.
Deare, Jonathan, x, 711, 719.
Deare, William, Affidavit of, relative to the riot at Perth Amboy, vi, 467.

Sheriff, viii. Part I, 39, 44, 45, 48; Deposition of, 50.
De Berdt, Dennis, x; 114, 681.
De Berdt, Esther, x, 6.
De Bow, John, x, 717.

De Brahm, William, ix, 583, 591, 624, 631, 633.
Decker, Peter, viii, Part I, 337, 383; Affidavit of, against Tliomas Dekey,

386.
De Cow, Isaac, Justice of the Peace, iv, 376, 381, 383— v, 377 — viii, Pai't

I, 70— X, 513,
De Cow, Joseph, vii, 638.
Detlras, Wander, ii, 337.
DeGrey, William, ix, 639.



56 GENERAL INDEX

De Grodt, Jan, ii, 327.

Dehart, Cornelius, vi, 4.'55, 465 — vii, 64, 4o8.

Dehart, Daniel, ii, 129.

Dehart, Jacob. To agree with printer for printing bills of credit, viii. Part
II. 71, 229.

Dehaes, Johannes, Land sold to, by the Indians, i, 111; Grant to, from
Governor Carteret, 111 ; Ordered to arrest John Fenwicke, 191.

Dehart, John, x, 471, 530, 546, 575, 576, 680; Resigns his seat in Con-
gress, 682.

Dekey, Jack, viii. Part I, 283.

Dekey, Jacobus, viii. Part I, 227.

Dekey, James, viii. Part I, 283.

Dekey (Dikey), Thomas, vi. 149. — Colonel of militia of Orange Co., N. Y.,
his abusive treatment of Daniel Harrison, viii, Part I, 214; His
threats to tenants of Proprietors of East Jersey, 220; Beats and robs
Richard Gardner and John Herring, 227; Referred to, 268-270; Fur-
ther threats of, 272; Affidavits against, 282, 285, 286; His affidavit,
relative to laying out a highway through Minesink, 299; Seeks pro-
tection of James Alexander, viii, Part II, 23 ; Referred to, 34.

DeLancey, James, v, 329,333, 334. 344; Appointed Chief Justice in the
room of Lewis Morris, 351, 374; Referred to, 397, 398— vi, 149, 169.
— Correspondence with Captain Robert Roddam, vii, 528-537 — viii.
Part 1, 122; Picture of him drawn by Governor Clinton, 122; Letters
from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to the boundary line, 192, 288;
Referred to, 232 ; Letter to, from the Lords of Trade, relative to the
boundary line, 297. — Referred to, viii. Part II, 31; Letter from, re-
ferring to the boundary question, 74; Letter to, from Governor
Belcher, relative to embargoes, 127; Referred to, 254 — ix, 178, 250,
255.

DeLancey, Oliver, ix, 283.

Delancy. Stephen, ii, 291 — ix, 641.

De la Prairie, i, 76.

Delavall, Thomas, i, 72, 283.

Delaware, Captain, i, 196.

Delaware, Lower counties of, ii, 360.

Delaware River, Oath of allegiance taken by the inhabitants upon, i, 51;
Letter from Governor Carteret to those proposing settlements upon,
51; Petition of John Werden for lands on, 289; Islands in, to
whom belonging, 347, 348; Quo warranto against the proprietors
upon, 501; Northerly branch of, 517. — Islands in the, v, 6; Opinion
of the Attorney and Solicitor-General respecting the ownership of,
15-18; Representation of the Lords of Trade respecting, 18; Order
m Council relative to, 28; List of islands in the, 41. — Forks of, are
the true limits of. New Jersey on the north, viii. Part I, 139, 278. —
Owners of islands in. petition to be annexed to New Jersey, ix, 488,
492.



JS'EW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMEXTS. 57

De la WaiT, Lord; Appointed Governor of New York and New Jersey,
V, 490: Resigns, 491.— Referred to, vi, 2, 70.

Delrample. Sir John, .")29.

De Maresque, i, 317.

Demarest, David, vi. 202.

Denham, David, iii, 446.

Denna, John, i, 269.

Dennes, John; Grand Juror on Woodbridge riot, iii, 486.

Dennis, Anthony, x, 502.

Dennis, Benjamin, s, 600.

Dennis, Charles, iv, 215.

Dennis, Jacob, Surrogate, ix, 300.

Dennis, John, x, 422, 471.

Dennis, Jonathan, Jr., iv, 215.

Dennis (Denes), Joseph, iv, 215, 309.

Dennis, Philis, iv, 190.

Dennis, Samuel, i, 82; Appointment by the Council of New Netherlands
as a civil officer, and his acts as such, 128, 134; Elected Clerk at
Woodbridge. 320; Warrant for the arrest of, 321; Clerk to the Depu-
ties. 354, 365— ii, 240. 255, 270, 315, 317, 332. 362, 364, 373, 386;
Recommended to be one of the Council, 417; Objected to, 488. — Affi-
davit in support of the Assembly's remonstrance, iii, 200; RefeiTcd
to, 202, 203; Petitions the Assemblv in relation to the East Jersey
Records, 22(J; Referred to. 479, 482. 483, 484, 485— iv, 186, 188, 215.

Dennison. Robert, vii, 32.

Denny, William, Letter to, from President Reading, ix, 110: Notice of,
110; Referred to, 141.

De Noyelles, John, x, 194.

Denton, Daniel, i, 15, 18, 147, 149, 504-506— iv, 207.

Denton. Nathaniel, i, 15 — vi, 207.

De Peyster. Col., ii, 342.

De Peyster, Abraham, iv, 340, 408. — Superseded as one of the New York
Council, V, 70. — Signs, viii. Part I, 237.

Desbarres, , x, 518-520, 600, 661.

Dessmarest, David, ii, 326.

Desmarest, Jan, ii, 326.

Des Marest. Joan, ii, 326.

Des Marest. Samuel, ii, 326.

Devenish. Barnard, i, 269.

Dewilde, John, ii, 397.

Dewitt, Barent, vi, 455, 405 — vii, 458.

De Yonge, Gerrts. ii, 326.

Dick, Captain William, v, 324.

Dickinson, John, x, 529, 574, 678; Notes of what he said before the
Assembly of New Jersey, 689.

Dickinson, Jonathan. Member of the Pennsylvania Council, iv, 393.



58 GENERAL INDEX

Dickinson. Rev. Jonatlian, vii, llG.

Dickson, Anthony, i. 269, 414.

Die, John, iv, 10.

Diedewecker, Hans, i, 306.

Diedrect, Hans, i, 49, 66, 82, 177.


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