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Green, Joseph, vii, 604. '

Greenaway, Ilenrv, Autograph, v, 510— vii, 326.

Greenaway, Richard, ii, 42-62, 66-74, 79; Signs the surrender of the gov-
ernment, 456-460; Asks that Andrew Hamilton be appointed Gover-
emor, 470.— Signs, iii, 95.



78 GENERAL INDEX

Greenland, Henry, i, 299, 319, 820, 364, 478, 523.

Greenville, Bernard, i, 366— ii, 388.

Greenville, Henry, viii, Part I, 27.

Greenwich, Disapproval of the destruction of the tea at, x, 530.

Greenwood, Jonathan, ii, 41-62, 74, 460— vii, 320.

GrifBn, Thomas, Indicted, vii, 458— ix, 185, 187.

Griffith, Alexander, Attorney-General, iv. 184; Salary. 185: Removal,
209 ; Salary, 368, 369.

Griffith, Benjamin, ii. 315-317, 373. 386— iii, 478— iv. 107.

Griffith, John, iv, 186.

Groome, Samuel, i, 227; An East Jersey Proprietor, 306, 373; Commis-
sion of, as Receiver-General of East Jersey, 376, 378; Among the
twenty-four East Jersey Proprietors, 383; His proprietary right
transferred to his son, 432 ; Instructions to, relative to laying out
Perth Amboy, 434; His honesty and fidelity referred to. 447: Notice
of, 527, 529.— Referred to, ii, 232.

Gronen, Lafly, ii, 396.

Grorne, Cornelius, v, 153.

Grover, James, i, 44, 88— ii, 396— iii. 212,

Grover, James, Jr., ii, 363.

Grover, Safetie, ii, 303.

Grover, Sefty, Affidavit of in support of the Assembly's remon.strance,
iii, 211.

Growden, Lawrence, vii. 130.

Grubb, John, i, 269.

Grub, Tliomas, iv. 10.

Grummon, Aaron, Newark rioter, vii, 179.

Guerrish, Joseph, ix, 590, 591.

Gunner, James, ii, 397.

Gunston, John, ii. 42-61, 65-73, 79.

Guy, Bridget, iii, 358.

Guyon, Peter, ii, 41-62, 74— vii, 320.

Guy, Richard. Instructions to, as one of the Commissioners in West Jer-
sey appointed by William Penn and others, i, 219, 228; Name to
concessions, etc., to settlers in West Jersey, 268; Resident of Salem,
283; Overseer at, 284; Magistrate, 291, 292; Land sold to, by Joiin
Fenwicke, 413, 414.

H.

Habbersfield, Edward, ii, 42-62. 66-74, 79.

Hackett, John, ii, 72.

Hackett, John, Affidavit of, respecting the riots on the estate of Allen

and Turner, vii, 377; Referred to, 515 — ix, 7,
Hackett, William, Captain of the sloop Indeavor, Proceedings against, i,

64, 67, 71.
Hackshaw, Robert, ii, 42-62, 66-74, 76, 79, 88, 90, 92, 99.



NEW JEESEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 79

Haddon, Jolm, iii, 313— iv. 94, 95, 98.

Haig, William, i, 2G8.

Haines, John, iii, 165.

Haines, Jonatliau, ii, 315, 334.

Haines, Joseph, ii, 315.

Haines, Richard, iii, 164.

Hale, Samuel, ii, 315-317, 3^3, 386, 488, oil. — Petitions the Assembly in
the East Jersey records, iii, 220; Referred to, 4'(9. '~~^-

Halcday, T., i\^, 174: Certificate from, relating to the character of
Thomas Gordon, attacked by Jacob Henderson. 180.

Halgard, John, iv, 147. — —

Halifax, Lord, Letter from, relative to complaints against Governor
Belcher, vii, 594. — Letter to, from Governor Belcher, relative to
Lewis M. Ashfield, viii, Part I, 8: Referred to, 117. — Letter to, from
Governor Belcher, relative to Attorney-General Skinner, viii. Part II,
200; Referred to, 246 — ix, 210, 344, 431; Compliments Governor
Franklin, for his zeal in protecting the frontieis of New Jersey, 439;
Circular letter from, to the Governors in Noi'th America, informing
them that certain stamp duties would be charged in the Colonies, 448 ;
Writes to Governor Franklin, in relation to Captain Kennedy's com-
plaint, 461.

Halker, John, iv, 190.

Hall, Clem, vi, 139— viii, Part I, 68.

Hall, David, viii, Part I, 74— ix, 625.

Hall. Jolm. i, 51.

Hall, Jutt, ii, 396.

Hall, Reuben, Ensign, ix, 185.

Hall, Thomas, iv, 253, 370— v, 146.

Hall, William, ii, 148, 380.— Proposed for the Council, iii, 95; One of the
Council of the Proprietors, 221 ; Projjosed as a member of Lord Love-
lace's Council, 299, 302, 309; Appointed as such, 317. — Member of
Governor Hunter's Council, iv. 2, 19, 48; His removal from the
Council recommended. by Governor Hunter, 61; Complaint against
from the Assembly, to Governor Hunter, 79, 80: Answer of, to the
charges brought against him, 82; Referred to, 115, 124, 125, 130.
141 ; Removal of, from Council urged by Governor Hunter, 149, 150,
153; Referred to, by Rev. Jacob Henderson, 157; Further reference
to, 164, 169, 182; Dead, 216, 293.

Hallis, John, A West Jersey Proprietor, iii, 498.

Halsey, Jeremiah, x, 345.

Hallsey, Joseph, ii, 129, 326, 395.

Halstead, Josiah. x, 533.

Halstead, Timothy. Testimony relating to Elizabeth purchase, i, 504.

Hamans, William, vi, 177.

Hammel, Bryan, ix, 180, 181.

Hammell, John, iv, 98, 31(».



80 GENERAL INDEX

Hamilton, Andrew, Instructions to, i, 508; Notice of, 509, 513; Proi)rie-
tor of East Jersey, 522; Appointed Deputy Governor of East Jersey,
541. — Signs as Proprietor, ii, 2; Named as one, 26; Letter from, to
William Dockwra, relative to private afEairs, 27; Attest, y4; In-
structions to, as Governor, from the East Jersey Proprietors in Lon-
don, 84; Commissioned to be Governor of West Jersey, 87; Referred
to, 92, 93; Letter to, from William Dockwra, 101; Letters from, to
Governor Fletcher of New York, 105, 113, 115; Referred to, 107;
Signs as Proprietor, 113; Referred to, 122; Signs agreement, 146;
Signs address to the King, 147; Communication from the Proprietors
in England, announcing his dismissal as Governor. 176; Disburse-
ments by, on account of East Jersey, 205 : Petition of East Jersey
Proprietors that he be approved of as Governor, 249; Opinion of the
Attorney-General asked and given as to his eligibility to the office of
Governor, 250; Proprietors of West Jersey ask his appointment as
Governor, 257; Letter from, to Secretary Popple, relative to his ap-
pointment as Governor of New Jersey, 258; Note on, 259; Order of
Council referring the approval of his appointment as Governor of
West Jersey to the Lords of Trade, 275 ; Commission to, as Agent of
the West Jersey Society, 299; Referred to, 3(13, 318; Letter from, to
the Secretary of State, 321; Referred to, 324, 328, 329, :J30, 349-351,
356; Presides at the Monmouth County Court, 362, 366; Referred to,
368; Petition to the King, from the Council, asldngthat his authority
might be upheld, 369; The Proprietors of East and West Jersey ask
the Lords Justices to approve of his appointment as Governor, 374;
A petition to the same effect to the King from the Council and Rep-
resentatives of West Jersey, 377; Referred to, 382, 385, 394, 400-402,
413-428; Recommended by the Proprietors of West Jersey for Gov-
ernor, 429; Objections to his appointment, by William Dockwra, 432;
Letter from, to the Proprietors in England, 437; Reply to these ob-
jections by Lewis Morris, 442; Referred to, 463, 464; Complained of
to the Queen, by William Dockwra and Peter Sonmans, 466; Peti-
tion of the Proprietors to the Queen, that he be appointed Governor,
489; Objections to him as Governor, from William Dockwra and
Peter Sonmans, to the Lords of Trade, 470; Reply of the Proprietors
of New Jersey to the complaint aforesaid, 475; Opposed by Colonel
Quarry, 479; Referred to, 482, 484, 536; Death of announced, 540.—
Favors the Quakers, iii, 13, 15; Referred to, 187, 223, 275, 270, 4S9—
iv, 414, 434— viii. Part I, 239, 249, 288.

Uamilton, Andrew (of Philadelphia), v, 101, 102,

Hamilton, Gustavus, ii, 120, 122.

Hamilton, John, Affidavit against Lord Cornbiiry, iii, 154; Proposed for
the Council, 299, 302, 498.— Recommended for the Council, iv, 62,
153, 154, 169, 170, 182; Notice of, 183; Member of Council, 253. 310,
334, 340, 363; Payments to, 370, 372; Referred to, 373, 394.— One
of Governor Burnet's Council, v, 3; Money paid to, 140; Commis-



NEW JEKSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 81

sioner to try pirates, 197; Sign? memorial. 301, 443; As President of
tlie Council of New Jersey, announces to the Lords of Trade the death
of President Anderson, and his own assumption of the government,
445; Letter to, from Secretary Popple, relative to vacancies in the
Council, 454; Referred to, 455, 45G, 459-462; Letter from, to the
Duke of Newcastle, relati-ve to the claims of Lewis Morris to the ad-
ministration of the government, 467; Proclamation of, against Lewis
Morris, 469; Complaints of, against Lewis Morris, to the Lords of
Trade, 478; Referred to, 479, 480; Reasons why he is rightfully en-
titled to the government of New Jersey, 482 ; Observations of Lewis
Mori'is, on his reasons above mentioned, 492 — vi, 14, 15, 59; Com-
plains to the Lords of Trade of certain proceedings of Governor
Morris, 69; Rank in the Council, 109; Autograph, 145; Letter from,
to the Lords of Trade, on the claim of Lewis Morris for salary while
striving to obtain the Presidency of New Jersey, 151 ; Reply to said
letter, 153; Instructions from, to John Lawrence, for running the
partition line between East and West Jersey, 154; Referred to, 352:
Assumes the Presidency, on the death of Governor Morris, 367-378 ;
Letter from, to the Council of New York, relative to the destruction
of the beacon on the Highlands of Neversink, 379; Referred to, 414;
In Council, 424; Letter to, from David Ogden, transmitting afBdavits
respecting the riots, 426; Message of, to the House of Assembly, 435;
Letter to the Lords of Trade, written at the request of, 446 ; Letter
from, to Colonel Peter Schuyler, commander of New Jersey troops,
447; Death of announced, 462; Referred to, 473— vii, 5, 6, 116, 139,
169, 174, 175, 213, 214, 217, 894, 396, 477— viii, Part I, 76, 79— ix, 7,
242.

Hamilton, Robei't, ii, 396.

Hammond, Peter, vii, 326.

Hammond, William, ii, 194, 199, 258; Signs the surrender of the govern-
ment, 456-460. — Referred to, vii, 326.

Hampton, Andrew, ii, 129 — iii, 479.

Hampton, Elizabeth, vii, 179; Affidavit of, relative to the riots at Newark
and Perth Amboy, 181 ; Referred to, 224.

Hampton, James, vi, 430, 431— vii, 219, 421.

Hampton, Jonathan, vii, 439— viii. Part IL, 230— x, 362, 363, 367, 369, 588.

Hanbury, Mr., viii, Part II, 133.

Hancock. Francis, ii, 187-193, 198; Signs the surrender of the govern-
ment, 456-460; Asks that Andrew Hamilton be appointed Governor,
470.— Proprietor, iii, 314.

Hancock, Godfrey, i, 269.

Hancock, John, i, 437, 448, 529— iv, 98.

Hancock, Richard, i, 187, 284, 292, 414.

Hancock, William, i, 414— vi, 202, 246, 251— vii. 9!.'— viii. Part H, 150,
155, 333.

Hand, Elijah, x, 531.
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82 GENERAL INDEX

Hand, John, ii, 380— iii, 351, 352.

Hand, Shamgar, ii, 384.

Hankins, Jonathan, Deposition of, viii, Part 1, 41.

Ilankison (Hanackson), Thomas, Presented by Monmouth County Grand
Jury, ii, 333; Signs petition, 39G.

Ilankson, Richard, ii, 396.

Hanloek, Edward. See Hunloke.

Ilannington, Samuel, ii, 461.

Hanoe, John, i, 128.

Hanton, John, i, 464, 465, 467, 468, 510, 511-513— ii, 32, 33.

Haraeis, John, i, 268.

Harburt, Thomas, ii, 326.

narcourt, Earl of, viii. Part I, 23.

Ilardenbergh's, Patent, A'iii, Part I, 278.

Hardenbrook, Adolph, i, 49.

Harding, Thomas, i, 269, 288.

Hardinge, N., Letter from, to the Lords of Trade, relative to di^^sion of
appropriation of Parliament, viii, Part TI, 205.

Hardwick, Lord, Letter to, from Governor Belcher, viii, Part I, 95— viii.
Part II, 188.

Hardy, Sir Charles, Governor of New York, Letter to, from the Lords of
Trade, i-eeommending the appointment of a Commissioner to arrange
the boundary difficulties, viii. Part II, 129; Complimentary letter to,
from Governor Belcher, 141 ; From the same, relative to the bound-
ary line, 142, 183, 207.

Hardy, Josiah, ix, 235; Appointment of, as Governor of New Jersey, ap-
proved, 259; Commission of, approved in the Privy Council, 262;
Commission of, 270; Instructions, 274; Commission of, as Vice-
Admn-al, 280; Nam.ed as a Commissioner for trying pirates, 283; In-
structions for, approved by Privy Council, 285; Informs the Lords
of Trade of his arrival in New Jersey, and asks to have the suspen
sion of Edward AntiU confirmed, 316; Notice of. 316; Referred to,
343; Re-appomts Mr. Morris Chief -Justice, and Messrs. Nevill and
Saltar, second and third Justices, 345; Letter from, relative to the
duty on imported negroes, 347; Memorandum relative to the validity
of his appointment of Judges during good behavior, 349 ; His removal
asked for, 360; Letter from, relative to the declaration of war against
Spain, 363; Informs Secretary Pownall that the Commissions during
good behavior had been relinquished by the Judges; also recommends
R. H. Morris for Chief-Justice, and announces the death of Andrew
Johnston, 364; Recommends Stephen Skinner to be appointed Treas-
urer of New Jersey, 366; Informed of his removal from the Govern-
orship, 374; Announces to the Lords of Trade the appointment of
Anthony White, as Judge of the Admiralty, in room of Lewis Morris,
deceased, 377; Acknowledges the letter announcing his removal, 379;
Opinion of the Attorney-General as to his appointments, 380; In-



NEW JERSEY COLOXIAL DOCUMENTS. 83

closes acts and papers to the Lords of Trade, 383; Referred to,
387, 459.

Harford, Lord, ix, 9, lo.

Hargue, William, i, 394.

Hariott, David, iv, 98, 90.

Harkent, Daniel, ii, 326, 327.

Harker, Captain Samuel, ix, 184.

Harmenson, Downs, i, 49,

Harmer, James P., ix, 18.

Harper, Alexander, iv, 185, 368.

Harriman, John, x, 718.

Harriman, John, Jr., ii, 129. 327, 395.

Harriman, Joseph, x, 717.

Harriman, Richard, x, 717.

Harrington, Henry, ii. 48-61, 65-73, 79.

Harris, Daniel, i, 50.

Harris, Elizabeth, ii, 46.

Harris, Ephraim, x, 531.

Harris, Samuel, x, 717.

Harris, Stephen, iv, 310.

Hari'ison, Amos, vi, 351 — vii, 458.

Harrison, Benjamin, x, 530.

Harrison, Daniel, ii, 336— vi, 149, 402— viii. Part I, 214, 215.

Harrison, Edmund, ii, 41-61, 65-73, 76, 78, 87, 88, 90, 91, 95, 99.

Harrison, Edward, iv. 9.

Harrison, Francis, Member of the New York Council, v, 2; Letter from,
relative to carrying copper ore from New Jersey to Holland, 7; Com-
missioner to try pirates, 197; Referred to, 350, 396, 397, 409.

Harrison, Jake, x, 718.

Harrison, James, Deputed by Governor Penn to go to East Jersey, i, 395 ;
Appointed a Commissioner to treat with West Jersey, 415, 419,

Harrison, John, Proposed for the Council, iii, 95; Referred to, 154; Pro-
posed as a member of Lord Lovelace's Council, 299, 302, 309 ; Peter
Sonman's memorial against, 306; Superseded by Lewis Morris in
Lord Lovelace's Council, 329; Moneys paid by, to the Receiver-Gen-
eral, 351 ; Referred to, 429, 430, 448, 458, 459, 460— iv, 10, 98, 102,
253; Referred to by Rev. Jacob Henderson, 157; Payments to, 371;
Referred to, 375, 377; Instructions to, relative to the boundary line,
391; Witness, 399; Referred to, 417, 436— v, 146— vi, 147, 350, 352
— vii, 457.

Harrison, John, Deputy Surveyor, viii. Part I, 207; Sent to examine
what branches might be between the Delaware and Susquehanna,
241, 252, 253,

Harrison, Joseph, ii, 336,

Harrison, Richard, Signs the Surrender of the Government, ii, 456, 460;
Asks that Andrew Hamilton be appointed Governor, 470,



84 GENERAL INDEX

Harrison, Sarah, iv, 109.

Harrison, Samuel, ii, 336, 339— iv, 108, 109— vi, 346, 350. 361, 365— vii,
64, 74, 436.

Harrison, William, iv, 9 — x, 226. ,

Harsh, Henry, ii, 396.

Hart, Edward, Raises troops for the expedition to Canada, vi, 371-376
—X, 269.

Hart, John, of Hunterdon County, x, 269.

Hart, Moses, x, 273.

Hart, Thomas, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 366, 373, 383, 412, 424, 433,
434, 437, 442, 446, 451, '454, 457, 460, 462, 474, 482, 483. 490, 499,
500, 504, 528— ii, 26, 149, 164, 165, 171, 177, 186-193, 198, 213, 257,
263, 270, 376, 408, 410, 437, 470— iii, 314, 315, 488— x, 131.

Hartshorne, Hugh, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 366, 374, 383, 412, 528
— viii. Part II, 39, 230, 232.

Hartshorne, Richard, i, 88, 143; Instructions to, as one of the Commis-
sioners in West Jersey, appointed by William Penn and others, 219;
Letter to, from the Proprietors of West Jersey, 227 ; Referred to,
292; Elected Deputy for Assembly, 307.— Referred to, ii, 101; Dis-
orders in New Jersey, 327; Note on, 329; Signs petition, 396; Nomi-
nated for Council, 487. — Contributes to Cornbury Fund, iii, 212;
Referred to, 479, 482, 483— iv. 111, 285, 318.

Hartshorne. Robert, In charge of beacon on Navesink Highlands, vi,
374. — AfBrmation respecting John Coxe, vii, 541.

Hartshorne, Tliomas, ii, 326.

Hartshorne, William, Contributes to the supposed Cornbury Fund, iiij
213.

Harvard College, vii, 118.

Ilasell (Haswell), Richard, Signs the surrender of the Government, ii,
456-460; Asks the appointment of Andrew Hamilton for Governor,
470.

Haselwood, George, i, 269.

Hasenclever, Peter, Petition of. to be allowed to purchase lands, ix, 583 ;
Notice of, 583.

HaskoU (Haskell), John. Salary as Doorkeeper of the Council, iv, 369 — v,
55, 56, 135, 137, 141, 145.

Hatfield (Ilettfield), Abraham, ii, 129, 334, 339— iii, 496.

Hatfield, Abner, x, 463, 512, 551, 552, 558.

Hatfield (Iletfield), Cornelius, ii, 129, 325, 334.

Hatfield (Hetfield), Isaac, ii, 326, 334, 339— iii, 496.

Hatfield (Heathfieid), Matthias, i, 50, 65— vii, 223, 651.

Hathaway, Silas, x, 718.

Hats. See Felt Makers' Company.

Hatter, Benjamin, ii, 129.

Hatton, John, Collector of Salem, x, 53, 205; Arrest of, 207; Complains
to Governor Franklin of the action of the Justices of Cape May, 209,



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 85

'215: Opinion of the Attorney-General thereupon, 216, 217; Com-
plaints of, to the Commissioners of Customs at Boston, 218; Com-
plaint of, with papers, sent to the Earl of Hillsborough, 275, 276, 304,
305; Referred to, 314.

Hanse, John, i, 88, 307.

Havens, .John, i, 51.

Hawk, Sir Edward, viii, Part II, 131.

Hawke, Admiral, ix, 210.

Hawker, Captain James, ix, 511; Letter from, to Governor Franklin, re-
specting stamps for New Jersey, 513; Answer thereto, 514; Referred
to, 515.

Hawles, Sir John. Solicitor-General, ii, 138; Consulted as to East Jersey
ports, 174; His reply, 177.

Hayes, Thomas, ii, 336, 339.

Hayes, William, AflBdavit of, in relation to the taking of New York by
the Dutch, i, 152.

Hayle, Samuel, i, 66, 71, 82.

Haynes, John, i, 50.

Haynes, Joseph, vii, 321, 322, 326.

Hayward, Daniel, x, 718.

Hay ward, Nicholas, ii, 41-61, 65-73, 76, 78.

Hazard, Mr., viii, Part I, 95.

Hazen, Colonel, ix, 339.

Headley, Levand, i, 50.

Heard, John, iii, 446.

Heard, Captain John, vii, 231, 232, 282, 283.

Heard, Nathaniel, x, 719, 720.

Hearn, Nathaniel, x, 588.

Heathcote, Caleb, iii, 64; Recommended as Governor of New Jersey,
284.— Referred to, iv, 340.

Heathcote, George, i, 316, 318— ii, 80.

Heathcote, Sir Gilbert, iii, 284.

Heathfield, Hethfleld, Hetfield, See Hatfield.

Ileaton, Gideon, x, 531.

Hedden, Aaron, x, 718.

Hedge (Hedges), Samuel, Surveyor-General of West Jersey, i, 193, 269,
275, 284, 373, 413, 414, 508— ii, 146, 380.

Hegeman, Adrian, His son breaks the goal at Perth Amboy, viii, Part I,
50, 51.

Hegemen, DoUings, vi, 455, 465— vii, 64, 206, 456— viii. Part 1, 50, 51.

Helme, Israel, i, 182.

Helmighscn, Roelof, ii, 326.

Ilelmsby, Joseph, i, 239, 241, 271, 291— iii, 221.

Hemingway, Robert, Grand Juror on Woodbridge riot, iii, 486, 487.

Hemp, The production of, iv, 286. — Bounties upon, ix, 405, 490.

Henderson. Jacob, Representation by, of the state of the Church, iv, 155;



86 GENEKAL INDEX

Governor Hunter's account of him in a letter to John Chamberlayne,
158; Remarks on his representations, 161 ; Letter to, from the Clergy
of New York and New Jersey, disapproving of his course toward the
Council of New Jersey, 173; Referred to, 174.

Henderson, Michael, Ensign, ix, 187.

Hendricks, Abraham, vii, 421-424.

Hendricks, Isaac, vii, 422.

Hendricks, William, ii, 363.

Hendrickse, Daniel, iii, 356.

Hendriekse, Jacob, ii, 326.

Hendrickson, Daniel, ii, 326, 366— x, 600.

Hendrixson, Jacob, iv, 113.

Hendrickson, John, i, 114 — vii, 377.

Hendrickson, Kend., ii, 396.

Hendrickson, Peter, i, 114.

Henley, Robert, Commissioner of Customs, ii, 168, 119.

Hennion, Henry, x, 718.

Henry, Patrick, x, 530.

Plerber, Thomas, x, 352.

Herbert, Walter, ii, 326.

Heritage, Richard, ii, 148.

Herman, Augustine, i, 17, 204.

Herman, Casp., i, 268.

Herman, Ephraim, i, 276, 281, 283.

Heme, John, ii, 397.

Heron, Joseph, ii, 230, 240.

Herring, John, viii. Part I, 220, 227, 228; AfBdavit of, against Thomas
Dekey and sons, 282.

Herresons, Petei-, i, 288.

Hertford, Countess of, viii. Part I, 85.

Hester, Case of the ship, ii, 245, 255, 259, ;:03, 311, 341, 367. 398— iii,
478.

Hetfield, and Hethfield. See Hatfield.

Heulings, William, i, 268— iii, 164.

Hewes, Joseph, x, 530.

Hewes, William, i, 414.

Hewght, Abner, ii, 363.

Hewett, David, iv, 10.

Hewitt, Thomas, ii, 332.

Hewlings, Abraham, iv, 147— x, 15, 17, 139, 358.

Hewling, Jacob, iv, 147; Expelled from the Assembly, 292; Signs, :^09.

Hewlings, William, x, 15, 17.

Hews, Richard, i, 177.

Heyndroteh, ii, 827.

Heysen, Peter, i, 1.

Heywood, John, An East Jersey Proprietor, i, 366, 374, 383, 412. 529.



NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 87

Heywood, Thomas, i, 332.

flickey, Israel, vii, 427.

Hieks, Isaac, One of the Commissioners to run partition line, iv, 383, 394.
429, 435— viii, Part I, 239, 264.

Hicks, Jasper, ii, 417.

Hieckens, Roger, i, 414.

Hieston, Obadiah. Salary as Sergeant-at-Arms, iv, 369, 371.

Higgins, Jediah, ii, 326— iv, 9, 15, 98.

Higgins, Jedediah, ii, 396— iii, 458, 459, 484.

Higgins, John, x, 711.

Higgins (Higgens), Thomas, ii, 316, 326, 396— iii, 486, 487.

Hiler, Jacob, x, 718.

Hiler, John, x, 718.

Hiler, Nicholas, x, 718.

Hiler, Peter, Jr., x, 718.

Hiler, Philip, x, 718.

Hill, Abraham, ii, 129.

Hill, Richard, Member of the Pennsylvania Council, iv. 393— vii, 543.

Hill', Secretary Thomas, Letter from, to Mr. Fane, relative to two acts of

the New Jersey Assembly, vi, 150.
Hill, Thomas, v, 133, 134, 136.
HiU, William, ii, 327.

Hillsborough, Earl of, Secretary of State for the Southern Department.
ix, 342— x, 10; Writes to Governor Franklin, relative to providing
quarters for the King's troops, 12; Letter from, relative to the Mas-
sachusetts Assembly circular, 14,45; Instructs the Governors of
America how to transmit duplicates, 35; Cautions the Governors in
America in regard to letters received from the King's Secretaries of
State, 57; In relation to the Massachusetts Assembly circular, 58;
In relation to the bill for issuing £100,000, and the unwarrantable
proceedings of the Assembly in connection therewith, 60; Govei-nor
Franklin defends himself against the censures of, 72; Writes to Gov-
ernor Franklin, relative to the bill for issuing £100,000, 103; In.
forms the Colonial Governors that the King has no design to tax
America for purposes of revenue, 109; Announces the appointment
of Cortlandt (Stephen) Skinner as a member of Council, 139; Corrects
his error in regard to the Christian name of Mr. Skinner, 147; Com-
pliments Governor Franklin and the Council of New Jersey, 198;
Transmits to Governor Franklin two orders of the Council, 213 ; To
the same, in regard to providing for the King's troops, 219: To the
same, relatiA^e to the dispute with Spain, the Indian trade, etc., 274:
" lietter from Governor Franklin, in relation to the complaint of John
Hatton, 275; Approves the conduct of Governor Franklin in the
matter of recruiting the King's forces, 301; Writes to Governor
Franklin, relative to Mr. Hatton's complaint, and the obstinacy of
the Assembly in refusing to provide for the King's troops, 304: Ap-



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proves Govei'nor Franklin's position in regard to the resignation of
a member of the Assembly, 318 ; Writes to Governor Franklin, rela-
tive to arrears clue to the troops, 323; To the same, in relation to the
dispute with the Assembly, and the salary of the Chief-Justice, 361 ;
To the same, in relation to a writ for the election of a new member
of Assembly for Essex County, 374.

ninchman, James, vii, 9!).

Hinchman, John, x, 15, 17, 458, 697. .

Hinckman, John, v, 211.

Hind, John, ii, 40, 62.

Hindes, James, x, 718.

Hindes, John, ii, 337, 397.

Hindse, Joseph, ii, 390.

Hinney, John, iii, 300.

Hite, John, vii, 012, 014, 019-022.— Deposition of, viii. Part I, 40.

Hodgson, General, ix, 277.

Hoflf, Charles, x, 717.

Hofl, Garrett, x, 717.

Hoff, John, X, 717.

Hoff, Joseph, X, 717.

Hoffman, Christian, x, 717.

Hoge, William, ii, 332.

Hogelandt, Henry, vi, 450, 405, 409.

Hogg Island, v, 42. 44.


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