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INDEX 



TO THE 



Colonial and State Records 



OF 



NORTH CAROLINA, 

COVKRING VOLUIVCES I=XXV. 



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M 

M., 16. 993. 

M., 17. 631. 

M., brand, 1. 595; 2. 465. 

M., (Maclaine?), Mrs., 17. 130. 

M., A., 8. 223. 

M., Chris., juror, 1. 567. 

M., J., 7. 757. 

M., J., 8. 59, 223, 224, 279. 

M., P. J., note by, 8. 632, 633. 

M., T., 17. 630. 

M., T., Palatine deserter, 1. 946. 

M., Wm., petition, 19. 625. 

Mabins, Col., 8. 580. 

Mabray, John, army rank, 16. 1118. 

Mabrey, Matthew, pensioner, 22. 77. 

Mabry, Mrs., receives soldiers' pay, 

17. 233. 
Mabry, David, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Mabry, Francis, 9. 70, 71. 
Mabry, Geo., Butler and Hunter inter- 
cede for, 10. 1019. 
Mabry, George, cheats Jackson in 

horse trade, 10. 1018-1019. 
Mabry, Isaac, in militia, 22. 374. 
Mabry, J., army pay, 17. 230. 
Mabry, Josh, sells horse, 19. 928. 
Mabry, Seth, a J. P., 18. 82. 

tax action erroneous, 19. 177. 
Mabry, Seth, errs, 19. 302. 

Mabson, , dead, 11. 825. 

Mabson (Mobson), Arthur, 2. 543, 556, 
715, 826. 

a J. P., 3. 244, 537; 4. 47, 346, 712. 

appears in court, 2. 663. 

coms'r, 23. 293. 

in assembly, 4. 115, 118, 365, 392, 
393, 414, 493, 501, 727, 735, 737, 
743, 770, 773, 815, 830. 

land grant to, 4. 75, 223, 277, 601, 
947, 965; considered, 4. 331; to be 
surveyed, 4. 964. 

on com. of assembly, 4. 86, 124, 383. 

ordered to pay Fonveile, 4. 785. 



petitions on roads and ferries, 5. 
164-6; on grievances, 4. 744-6, 
817, 823-825; resurvey to, 4. 1242. 
road coms'r, 23. 221. 
town coms'r, 23. 461. 
Mabson, Arthur, estate taxed, 15. 192. 
ordered by S. C. to reship slaves im- 
ported, 9. 1099, 1113. 
sells land for salt works, 10. 621. 
Mabson, Arthur, in militia, 22. 384. 
Mabson, Arthur, Jr., land grant, 4. 

1041. 
Mabson, Sam., marries, 16. 999. 
Mabury, Benj., army rank, 16., 1119. 
Mabury, John, army pay, 17. 230. 
M', Mc and Mac are all treated as if 
spelled Mac. When Mack seems 
to be simply an extension of M', 
Mc and Mac it is treated as the- 
other forms, the "aok,"' like the 
"c" and the "ac" being disregard- 
ed in alphabetizing. 
McAckelwean, James, land grant to, 4. 

628. 
MoAdam, James, asks pardon for 

Hunter, 9. 86-87. 
McAdams, John, in Indian War, 10. 

754. 
McAden (McCadden, McCaddon), 
Hugh, asks for Presbytery, 5. 
1213. 
birth and history, 5. 1200. 
journal, 5. 1200-12. 
to Tryon and their people against 

regulators, 7. 813-814. 
work ment'd, 5. 1194, 1197, 1198- 
1212, 1215, 1219, 1224, 1226. 
McAdoe, Arthur, act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 
land grant to, 19. 572. 
McAdoe, James, act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 
land grant to, 19. 572. 
McAdon, James, kills Shannon, 18. 
209, 210, 224. 



3-1 



McADOW, ARTER 



McAllister, alex. 



McAdow, Arter, petitions on land, 9. 

1260-3; 11. 250-3. 
McAdow (McAdou), David, petition 
on land grants, 9. 1260-12^3; 11. 
250-253. 
McAdow, James, pardoned, 18. 444- 

5. 
McAdow (McAdou), James, petitions 

on land, 9. 1260-3; 11. 250-3. 
McAdow, Wm., Jr., petitions on land, 

9. 1260-3; 11. 250-3. 
McAdow, Wm., Sr., petitions on land, 

9. 1260-3; 11. 260-3. 
McAfee, Ezekiah, in militia, 22. 415. 
McAfee, James, on Tryon S. C, 10. 
120, 162, 247, 423. 
signs Tryon Asso., 10. 162-163. 
to take depositions, 13. 827. 
McAfee, Robert, sergt. at arms of 

Transylvania, 9. 1273. 
McAfee's Mill, 22. 550. 
Macaferty, Wm., ordered to Salislmry, 

14. 736. 
McAffee, Azariah, army rank, 16. 

1121. 
McAffee, J no., army rank, 16. 1121. 
McAffee's, 14. 673. 

McAfferty, Jeremiah, a J. P., 23. 994. 
McAffey, Archibald, road coms'r., 23. 

920. 
fclcAffie, James, a J. P., 23. 995. 
McAgrahs, Edward, land grant to, 4. 

355. 
Macakey, John, land grant to, 4. 630. 
McAlester. See MoAlister, McAllister. 
McAlester, Alex'r., in militia, 22. 472. 
McAlester, Alex., on regulation of 

Cross Creek, 15. 209-211. 
McAlester, Collier, 22. 1044. 
McAlexander, Alex., in militia, 22. 

387. 
McAlexander, Hugh, in militia, 22. 

283. 
McAlexander, Hugh, land grant to, 4. 

766. 
McAlexander, John, petitions on land 

grants, 11. 250-253. 
McAlister. See McAlester, McAllister, 
McCalester, McCalister, McCalles- 
ter, McColIister, McOUister. 
McAlister, Mr., 13. 315. 
McAlister, Capt., 13. 334, 336. 
canvas to, 14. 449. 
sword to, 14. 439; scabbard to, 14. 
440. 
McAlister, A., on com. of Prov. Cong., 
10. 173, 174. 



McAlister, Alexander, a J. P., 5. S2g. 
McAlister, Alex., in Prov. Cong., 10. 

165, 167, 172, 500, 523. 
McAlister, Alex., in militia, 22. 413. 
McAlister, Alexander, land grant to, 

4. 947. 
McAlister, Alex., on com. of Assam., 

9. 451. 
McAlister, Alex., on S. C. of Wilming- 
ton Dist, 10. 215. 
McAlister, Alexander, petitions on 

roads and ferries, 5. 164-6. 
McAlister, Alex., proposed as coms'r., 

9. 423, 544. 
McAlister, Alex., Scotch elder, 5. 1197. 
McAlister, Alex., resigns as col., 10. 

568. 
McAlister, Alex., stray muster, 1 0. 589. 
McAlister, Alex., to take oath, 22. 936. 
McAlister, Alexr., town coms'r., 25. 

470. 
McAlister, (McAlester), Hector, a J. 
P., 4. ix, 447, 683. 
brings in Scotch settlers, 4. viii-ix. 
encouragement to, 4. 489-90, 512, 

532-3. 
land grant to, 4. 454, 649. 
McAlister, James, land grants asked 

for, 4. 453, 454. 
McAlister, Neil, asks pardon for 
Fruit, 10. 94-95. 
quarrels over rank, 10. 955-956. 
McAlister, Neill, ensign, 10. 187. 
McAllister, Capt., 14. 9. 
McAllister (McAlister, McCallester), 
Alex., a J. P., 23. 993. 
in assem., 6. 800, 801, 821, 852, 895, 
916, 917, 938; 9. 387, 413, 419, 451, 
453, 470, 526, 528, 529, 534, 588, 
734, 752, 874, 902, 903, 930. 
lieut. col. and colonel, 14. 207, 531, 
petition of for Cumberland Co., 12. 
401. 
McAllister. Alex., in Assem., 19. 743; 
20. 176, 246, 301, 302, 329, 347, 
348, 350, 369, 372, 374, 378, 380, 
390, 416, 421, 426, 427, 428. 431, 
434, 437, 455, 475, 476, 510, 514, 
516, 519, 520, 523, 527, 536, 539, 
543, 546, 550, 554, 567; 21. 581, 
618, 642, 646, 657, 679, 680, 696, 
697, 725, 729, 730, 774, 780, 781, 
801, 806, 815, 839, 845, 846, 852, 
862, 867, 868. 
McAllister, Alex., in militia, 22. 383. 
McAllister, Alex., land grant to, 4. 
803, 962. 



McAllister, arch. 



McBRIDE, JAMES 



McAllister, Arch, asks pardon for 

Fruit, 9. 93-4. 
McAllister, Daniel, petition, 21. 969, 

973, 990. 
McAllister, Jas., army rank, 16. 1112. 
McAllister, Jno., army rank, 16. 1122. 
McAllister, John, dropped as a J. P., 

5. 655. 
McAllister, John, in Conv. 1788, 22. 

26, 27, 30, 35. 
McAllister, John, pensioner, 22. 75. 
McAllister, Joseph, in army, 15. 722. 
McAllister, Neil, army record, 13. 

474. 
McAlpen, Wm., petitions on county 

bounds, 9. 633-5. 
McAlpin, Robert, army rank, 16. 1117. 
McAlpine, Lieut., killed at . Camden, 

14. 869. 

McAlpine's Creek, 14. 646, 784; 19. 

968. 
McAltree, Barnabas, army rank, 16. 

1112. 
McAnally (McAnnally, McAnnelly), 
Charles, a J. P., 23. 994. 
claims allowed, 12. 442, 446. 
coms'r on building, 23. 972; on 
county, 25. 14; on town, 25. 96. 
in assembly, 9. 734, 843, 851, 881, 

897, 902, 910, 918, 931, 952. 
in conv., 22. 3, 5, 25, 27, 30, 35. 
resolve in favor of, 12. 258-9. 
McAnder, Francis, juror, 4. 523. 

McAnslew, , pay to, 22. 495. 

McArthur, Col., (Br.), misfortunes, 

15. 259. 

McArthur, Maj., (Br.), 14. 760; 15. 

262, 266, 306. 
aids Tories, 16. 267. 
commands Br., 14. 856. 
location, 15. 251, 264. 
goods of to be sold, 12. 217, 398. 
joined by Bryan, 14. xiii, 868; 15. 

256, 265. 
joins Rawdon, 17. 1033. 
movements, 15. 305. 
on Pee Dee, 15. 2. 
property of to be sold for public, 

12. 555. 
sends sick to Georgetown, 15. 267. 
MacArthur, Alexander, petitions for 

new charter, 9. 79-80. 
surrenders charter of Campbelton, 

9. 270-271. 
McArthur, Archibald, estate to be 

sold, 10. 554-5. 
McArthur, Neill, loyalist, 10. 596, 598. 



ordered to raise King's standard, 

10. 441-3. 

petitions for new charter, 9. 79-80; 

Prov. Cong., for release, 10. 888- 

9. 
property confiscated, 10. 672; 24. 

263, 424. 
sent to Phila., 11. 295. 
surrenders charter of Campbelton, 

9. 270-271. 
McArthur, Peter, furnishes cattle, 16. 

208; 22. 613. 
McArthur's, 14. 856. 
McAskell, Murdoch, loyalist, 10. 596. 
McAskill, Murdock, sent to Phil., 11. 

294. 
McAssery, Archibald, road coms'r., 

23. 870. 

McAuslen, , pay to, 22. 496. 

McAuslen, Alex., property confiscated, 

19. 672; 24. 264, 424. 
McAuslen, Alex., sloop confiscated, 

11. 365. 

McAustan, , 13. 495. 

McAusten, Alex., vessel seized, 10. 

948. 
McAustin, Mr., 13. 318. 
Macay. See McCay, McCoy, McKay, 

McKoy. 
Macay, James, clerk S. C. of Rowan, 

9. 1079, 1080; 10. 9, 10, 11, 134. 
Macay, James, fit for C. C, 10. xxxiii. 
Macay, James, to draw up address to 

militia, 10. 9, 11. 
McBane, Samuel, army rank, 16. 1118. 
McBee, James, claims, 21. 669. 
McBee, James, petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-2; 11. 250-3. 
McBee, Wm., in militia, 22. 371. 
McBraine, Murdock, land grant asked 

for, 4. 453. 
McBride, Andrew, army pay, 17. 229. 
McBride, B., Baptist minister, 5. 1190. 
McBride, Duncan, army rank, 15. 

732; 16. 1108. 
McBride, Duncan, army rank, 16. 

1113. 
McBride, Duncun, army pay, 17. 232. 
McBride, Elisha, 19. 395. 
McBride, Elisha, in assembly, 16. 3, 

49, 127, 153. 
McBride, Freeman, lapse patent to, 2. 

523. 
McBride, James, petition on C. H., 9. 

806-807. 
McBride, James, petition on C. H., 9. 

806-808. 
McBride, James, revolutionary ser- 



McBRIDE, JOHN 



McCARRELL, MRS. 



vices, 22. 143-5. 
McBride, John, in Indian war, 10. 

760. 
McBride, Jno., in militia, 22. 348. 
McBride, John, pensioner, 22. 78. 
McBride, Josiah, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Macbride, Margaret, witness, 1. 591. 
McBride, T., gives surety, 2. 124. 
Mackbride, Thos., lapse patent to, 2. 

524. 
McBride, Truman, juror, 2. 89, 90, 93, 

95, 96; 25. 187. 
McBride, Wm., a J. P., 10. 139. 
McBride, Wm., asks for new county, 

9. 92. 

McBride, Wm., brought before S. C, 

10. 318. 

letter considered, 10. 280-281. 

McBridge, Duncan, army rank, 16. 
1108. 

McBroom, Andrew, in Indian war, 10. 
759. 
pensioner, 22. 75. 

McBryde, Malcolm, petitions for Mc- 
Dugal, 9. 683-684. 

McBury, Col., marches against Chero- 
kees, 10. 882, 883. 

McCabe, John, in Prov. Cong., 10. 914, 
930, 970, 973. 

McCafferty, , deserts Cornwallis, 

15. X, 172. 

McCafferty, Mr., reports on evacua- 
tion of Charlotte, 14. 695. 

McCafferty, Jeremiah, payment to for 
powder, 10. 356. 
town coms'r, 23. 966. 

McCain, Hugh, in militia, 22. 381. 

McCain, John, pensioner, 22. 78. 

McCaleb, James, army pay, 17. 232. 
army rank, 15. 731; 18. 1108. 

McCalebb, James, witness for De- 
vane, 15. 787. 

McCalester. See McAlister. 

McCalester, Miss, dead,' 16. 999. 

McCalester, Jesse, army pay, 17. 231. 

McCalf, , claims, 4. 808. 

McCalister, Joseph, army pay, 17. 229. 

McCalister, Joseph, army pay, 17. 
232. 

McCall, Col., (Ga.), prisoner, 15. 393. 
sent South, 14. 763. 

McCall, Danl., army rank, 16. 1120. 

M'Call, Francis, election at house of 
24. 948. 

McCall, James, escapes from Chero- 
kees, 10. 846. 
in Indian war, 10. 754. 



McCall, Jas., Jr., in militia, 22. 396. 

McCall, Jas., Sr., in militia, 22. 396. 

McCall, Robt., petition on separation, 
22. 705-8. 

McCall, Robert, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 

McCall, Thos., in militia, 22. 397. 

McCall, Thomas, trustee Liberty Hall, 

24. 30. 

McCallan, Robert, asks pardon for 

regulators, 9. 98-99. 
McCallaster. See McAlister. 
M'Callaster, Alex., in Conv. 1788, 22. 

1, 4, 7, 25, 27, 30, 31, 35. 
MacCallester, Archibald, petition for 

pardon of, 14. 287. 
McCallester, James, claim allowed, 5. 

980. 
M'Callister. Capt., letter in favor of 

ment'd, 14. 713. 
McCallister, Archibald, in militia, 22. 

453. 
McCallister, James, in Indian war, 

10. 759. 
McCallister, Robert, election to be at 

house of, 25. 11. 
McCallister's line, 24. 285. 
McCallom, John, released from prison, 

15. 622. 
McCalop, John, army pay, 17. 233. 
McCalpeon (MoCoppen) Creek, 14. 

679. 
McCalpin's Creek, 14. 586; 24. 984. 
McCamon, Chas., in militia, 22. 395. 
McCan, Elisha, army pay, 17. 231. 
McCan, Hugh, army rank, 16. 1121. 
McCan, John, lieut, 10. 518. 
McCan, 22. 223. 

McCann, Hugh, in militia, 22. 330. 
McCann, Jno., army rank, 16. 1113. 
McCann, Jno., army rank, 16. 1118. 
McCann, Wm., in militia, 22. 330. 
McCanna, James, asks pardon for 

Fruit, 0. 93-94. 
McCannis's Landing, inspection at, 

25. 313. 

McCapon, Daneal, petitions on land 
grants, 11. 250-4. 

McCappen, Robert, land grant to, 4. 
1040, 1250. 

McCarlton, Thos., 16. 607. 

McCaron, Dennis, regulators entry on 
causes of, 8. 238. 

McCarran, Danl., army rank, 16. 1122. 

McCarrell, Mr., treated rudely, is" 
616. 

McCarrell, Mrs., escapes from Brit- 
ish, 15. 614, 616. 



McCAREELL, JOHN 



McCAWLEY, WM. 



McCarrell, John, claims, 21. 238, 249, 

607. 
McCarrol, James, a J. P., 9. 1027. 
McCarter, Capt., a prisoner, 10. 486. 
McCarter, Gilbert, felon, 22. 846. 
McCarter, Neil, 13. 394. 
IVIcCarter, Wm., in army, 15. 732. 
McCartey, Mrs., killed, 22. 715. 
IVIcCartey, George, land grant asked, 

4. 708. 
McCarthen, Maj., 19. 9S3, 984. 
McCarthur, Alexr., army rank, 16. 

1108. 
IVIcCarthy, Daniel, petition, 21. 216, 

337, 355, 582, 588, 682. 
McCarthy, Florence, army pay, 17. 

229. 
army rank, 16. 1110. 
D. Q. M., 20. 57. 
voter, 15. 237. 
McCarthy, Geo., claims, 4. 751. 
McCarthy, George, land grant to, 4. 

711. 
McCarthy, Jas., army rank, 16. 1121. 
McCarthy, James IHolmes, convicted 

of fraud, 20. 630. 
McCarthy, Miles, army pay, 17. 232. 
McCarthy, Stephen, army pay, 17.231. 
McCarthy, Timothy, receives pay for 

soldiers, 17. 190, 197, 203, 207, 

209, 212, 221, 224, 228, 234, 236, 

237, 241, 245, 251, 254, 255, 261. 
McCarthy, Wm., army pay, 17. 229. 
McCartie, Darby, land grant to, 4. 628. 
McCartney, Mr., recommended to 

Martin, 9. 305, 306. 
McCartney, Charles, Watauga to be 

annexed, 10. 708-11. 
McCartney ('MacKartney, McCarty), 

James, goes to Bng. for orders, 

7. 689, 750. 
chaplain in Tryon's army, 8. 659. 
location, 8. 221, 222. 
preaches to troops, 19. 840. 
recommendation of, 9. 61-2. 
to be inducted, 8. 45. 
to S. P. G. on his work, 8. 85-6. 
Tryon on work of, 8. 14. 
McCarty, Cornelius, exempted, 6. 144. 
McCarty, Dan'l., in militia, 22. 429. 
McCarty, Daniel, son exempted, 6. 

144. 
McCarty, Darby, land grant to, 4. 704, 

799. 
petition, 4. 390. 
McCarty, Dennis, exempted, 4. 390. 
McCarty, Geo., road comsr, 23. 222. 
McCarty, Michael, in militia, 22. 322. 



McCashlin, Mr., 14. 731. 

McCasket, Mr., 10. 125. 

McCaskey, John, juror, 4. 525. 

McCaskill, Murdo, petitions Prov. 
Cong, for release, 10. 888-889. 

McCasky (McKarty), Timothy, ar- 
rested for fraud, 18. 21-22, 36, 251. 

McCasland, James, Sr., exempted, 9. 
451. 

McCaslin, John, land grant to, 4. 759. 

McCaspin's Creek, battle at, 19. 990. 

MoCasson, Daniel, petitions on land 
grants, 9. 1260-3. 

McCaul, James, 8. 622. 

McCaul, James, petitions for exten- 
sion of power of J. P.'s, 7. 874-5. 

McCaule, Thos. H., work ment'd., 5. 
1194. 

McCauley. See McCawley, McCraw- 
ley. 

McCauley, Mr., recruits troops, 11. 
472. 

McCauley, Maj., Burke to on encamp- 
ment of militia, 16. 595-596. 
paper to, 16. 265. 
to arrange troops, 16. 265. 
to borrow provisions, etc., 16. 266. 

McCauley, James, asks for inspection, 
8. 80a. 

McCauley, James, asks pardon for 
Fruit, 9. 93-94. 

McCauley, Mathew, on clothes for 
10th regt., 11. 670-671. 
petitions, 19. 932. 
lieut., 10. 937. 

McCaulky, Duncan, land grant to, 4. 
1243. 

M'Caulpen's Creek, 24. 948. 

McCauslan, Alexander, to depart from 
N. C, 22. 952. 

McCave, , protests against regu- 
lators, 8. 273-4. 

MacCaw, Nath., land grant to, 4. 638. 

McCawes, Mr., 6. 1025. 

McCawley. See McCauley, McCraw- 
ley. 

McCawley, Mr., in assem., 22. 655. 

McCawley (McCauley, McCaulay), 
Wm., a J. P., 23. 995. 
building coms'r, 24. 461, 942. 
charges against by Hogan, 13. 890, 

982. 
com. on accounts of, 19. 71, 75. 
in assembly, 12. 656, 671, 674, 675, 
698, 732, 736, 816, 839, 873, 879; 
13. 690(?), 980, 982, 983, 988, 990, 
1000; 16. 2, 49, 127, 153, 156, 165, 
167; 17. 715; 18. 2, 3, 20, 24, 38, 



McCAY 



McCLAEY, HUGH 



43, 59, 61, 69, 83, 90, 136, 154, 156, 
160, 171, 180, 185, 187, 250; 19. 35, 
69, 78, 89, 129, 130, 156, 168, 183, 
207, 215, 221, 338, 356, 376, 378, 
380, 384, 386, 387, 389, 394, 400, 
401, 406, 407, 410, 413, 427, 460, 
463, 467, 487, 650, 732, 741; 20. 
2, 3, 6, 14, 27, 39, 46, 53, 54, 68, 
69, 72, 76, 77, 79, 80, 82, 83, 89, 
102, 143, 277, 302, 303, 321, 328, 
342, 347, 369, 372, 378, 380, 390, 
408, 416, 419, 426, 427, 429, 434, 
437, 455, 462, 466, 473, 476, 477, 
488, 494, 495, 496, 504, 509, 514, 
516, 519, 520, 521, 523, 525, 526, 
527, 536, 541, 543, 546, 547, 550, 
554, 567, 568, 571, 577, 579, 580, 
588; 21. 83, 116, 126, 157. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 6, 26, 28, 30. 
nom. for entry taker, 18. 189, 420; 
for Supt. of press, 17. 413; 20. 
100. 
on com. of assem., 12. 554, 563, 586, 
660, 668, 691; 16. 54, 61, 104, 117, 
131; 17. 343, 353, 360, 385, 647, 
727, 731, 755; 18. 4, 8, 9, 28, 37, 
47, 91, 108, 110, 132, 153, 156, 207, 
237, 241, 270, 274, 334, 341, 351, 
412, 437. 
on com. to destroy paper money, 

20. 107. 
owes State, 21. 1076. 
petitions, 16. 87, 92, 112-113; 19. 

55, 932. 
quoted, 21. 28. 
reports on certificates, 21. 352, 356, 

365, 368, 372, 382. 
resigns as It. col., 21. 974. 
to Burke on his re-election as govr, 
16. 593; on pardon for Tories, 
18. 191. . 
to receive warrants, etc., 21. 131. 

McCay. See Macay. McKay. 

McCay, Mr., on com. of defence, 22. 
722. 

McCay, Alexander, property confisca- 
ted, 24. 263, 424. 

McCay, Daniel, army pay, 17. 229. 

McCay, Daniel, regulator, 7. 734. 

McCay, James, juror, 10. 2. 

McCay, James, juror, 10. 3. 

McCay, James, on com. of cor., 9. 
1073. 

McCay, Richd., army rank, 16. 1108. 

MacCay (MaKee, Mackay, McKay, 
MacKey), Wm., In assembly, 4. 
815, 822, 856, 1182, 1206; 5. 232, 
243, 246, 500, 506, 510, 511, 513, 



514, 521, 538, 543, 545, 547, 5'51, 

669, 672, 675, 676, 685, 689, 705, 

713, 719, 721, 723, 836, 843, 856, 

857, 867, 893. 
See also McKay, Mackey, Wm. 
McCemore, Atkin, to sell gun factory, 

17. 753. 
See also McLemore, Adkin. 
McCeroy, Henry, exempted, 6. 1266. 
McCeroy, Wm., son exempted, 6. 1266. 
McClaery, Robert, 14. 704. 
McClaln. See McClane, McClean, 

McLain, Maclalne. 
McClain, MaJ., 15. 689. 
McClain, Ephralm, on Rowan, S. C, 

10. 252. 
McClain, Hugh, exempted, 6. 807. 
McClain, James, to leave country, 11. 

553-554. 
McClain, Peter, army pay, 17. 233. 
McClain, Thos., building coms'r., 24. 

694. 
McClalne, Archiband, land patent 

asked, 6. 631. 
McClalne, Ephralm, school trustee, 

24. 751. 
McClalnes Bluff, Cornwallis at, 16. 

440. 
McClainey, Wm., army rank, 16. 1119. 
McClam, Dan II, juror, 4. 524. 
McCiamey, Jno., in militia, 22. 275. 
McClamey, Robt., in militia, 22. 385. 
McClamey, Thos., in militia, 22. 275. 
McClamey, Thos., in militia, 22. 387. 
McClamey, Wm., in militia, 22. 387. 
McClammy, Joseph, ensign, 10. 287. 
McClammy, Peter, on patrol, 10. 250. 
McClammy, Wm., receives clothing, 

16. 619. 

McClanaghan, , ranger, 22. 364. 

McClane. See McClain, McClean, Mc- 
Lain, Maclalne. 
McClane, Daniel, furnishes cattle, 16. 

208. 
McClane, Wm., Cont. surgeon's mate, 

22. 1049. 

McClane, Wm., officer, 18. 486. 
McClang, Thos., land grant to, 4. 329. 
McClannahan, Robert, county coms'r 

23. 590, 591. 

McClannen, Thomas, army pay, 17. 

230. 
McClaren, Daniel, petition on land 

grants, 9. 1260-3. 
McClarIn, Alexander, petition on C. 

H., 9. 806-807. 
McClary, Andrew, army pay, 17. 229. 
McClary, Hugh, army pay, 17. 229. 



McCLAEY, WM. 



McCLENNAN,' 



McClary, Wm., army pay, 17. 229. 
McClaskey, Allen, army rank, 16. 

1120. 
McClaskey, Geo., army rank, 16. 1117. 
McClatchey, Mr., 17. 521. 
McClean. See McClain, McCIane, Mc- 

Laln. 
McClean, , reports on British, 14. 

605. 
McClean, John, aids Burke, 16. 294. 
McClean, Moses, petition on C. H., 8. 

806-808. 
McClean, Thomas, claims allowed, 9. 

953. 
McClean, Wm., petition, 19. 50, 56. 
McClelan. See McClellan, McClel- 
land, McClan, McLelland, etc. 
McClelan, Jas., in militia, 22. 398. 
McCleland, Andrew,- petitions for Mc- 

Dugal, 9. 683-685. 
McCleland, Archibald, in militia, 22. 

397. 
McCleland, John, petitions for Mc- 

Dugal, 9. 683-785. 
McClellan, Jas., army pay, 17. 229. 
Maclellan, John, 9. 1096. 
McClellan, Malcolm, pensioner, 22. 

76. 
M'Clellan, Wm., act for him to build 

mill dam, 25. 110. 
bill for dam, 21. 798, 805, 836, 965, 

966, 978, 988, 1009, 1010. 
property confiscated, 24. 263, 264. 
McClelland, John, pay to, 22. 471. 
McClelland, Jno., petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-8. 
McClelland, Robt., in militia, 22. 382. 
McClelland, Samuel, army pay, 17. 

233. 
McClelland, Thos., pay to, 22. 471. 

army rank, 16. 1111. 
McClellennon, Uriah, petition on 

separation, 22. 705-8. 
McClemans, David, court martialed, 

12. 518. 
McClenachan, , petition of ment'd, 

16. 357. 
McClenachan, Capt., 5. 141, 144. 
McClenachan, Robert, allowance to, 

22. 843. 
McClenaghan, Mr., conduct inquired 

into, 7. 9. 
McClenahan, Blair, commands vessels, 

14. 199. 
McClenahan, Malcome, army rank, 

16. 1121. 
Maclenahan, Nathaniel, arrests N. C. 

men, 1. 460, 511, 512, 513, 514, 516. 



McClenahan, Robert, a J. P., 6. 799. 
McClenahan, Robert, allowance to, 

22. 833. 
McClenahan, Wm., witness, 10. 911. 
McClendan, Jesse, resigns as J. P., 

20. 541. 
McClendel, Joel, in militia, 22. 412. 
McClendel, Joel, in militia, 22. 473. 
McClenden. See Macklendon. 
McClenden, Deborah, law suit, 1. 564. 
McClenden, Dennis, land grant to, 4. 

805. 
McClendon, Bryan, land grant to, 4. 

446. 
Macclendon, Deborah, court held at 

house of, 1. 652-653. 
Macclendon (Maclenden, Macklen- 
den), Dennis, a justice, 1. 619- 
627, 649-652. 
appraiser, 1. 607, 625. 
attorney, 1. 613. 
buys negro, 1. 619. 
court held at house of, 1. 607-613, 

617-627, 649-652. 
death of, 1. 652. 
, discharged from bond, 1. 619. 
guardian, 1. 626. 
imports persons, 1. 479, 618. 
juror, 1. 588, 595, 605, 610, 611. 
law suit. 1. 564. 

relieved of guardianship, 1. 621. 
road overseer, 1. 562. 
surety, 1. 577, 605. 
McClendon, Dennis, land grant asked, 

4. 708. 
McClendon (McClenden), Francis. 
juror, 2. 587, 589. 
petitions for lapsed land, 2. 227. 
land grant to, 4. 710, 897. 
McClendon, Jacob, land grant to, 4. 
854, 891. 
petitions on roaas and ferries, 5. 
164-6. 
McClendon, Joel, acquitted, 17. 847-8. 
McClendon, Joel, land grant to, 4. 

854, 891. 
McClendon, Thos., complains of taxes, 
4. 960. 
land grants to, 4. 332, 627, 628, 635, 

641, 644, 677, 709, 759, 851, 892. 
rights proved, 4. 598. 
road coms'r, 23. 222. 
vestryman, 23. 249. 
McClenham, Robert, land grant to, 4. 
1250. 

McClennan, , to go to Charleston, 

16. 686-687. 



McCLERAN, DUNCAN 



McCONSHEY, DUNCAN 



McCleran, Duncan, patents land, 6. 

1085. 
M'Clery, Saml., in militia, 22. 397. 
McClewean. See Mcllwain. 
McClewean, Mr., 11. 543. 
McClewen, Daniel, petitions on land 

grants, 11. 250-254. 
McClewer, Richd., pensioner, 22. 77. 
McClewland, John, regulator, 7. 736. 
McCleyea, Jno., army rank, 16. 1115. 
McClindon (McClendon). Dennis, pe- 
tition and affidavit, 18. 148, 370, 

372. 
IVI'Clintock, Hanna and Co., goods of 

sold by S. C, 9. 1103, 1104. 
iVIcCloud. See McLeod, McLoud. 
IVIcCloud, , Highland officer, 10. 

117. 
IVIcCloud, Alexr., army rank, 16. 1121. 
McCloud, Dan I., army rank, 15. 729; 

16. 1110. 
McCloud, John, property confiscated, 

24. 263, 424. 
McCloud, Wm., tory officer, 22. 197. 
McClure, , kills Indians, 18. 604, 

607, 608. 
McClure, Mrs., loses property, 16. 

470-471, 475. 
McClure, Ensign, wounded, 19. 973. 
McClure, Francis, army rank, 16. 

1115. 
McClure, Jeremiah, 22. 111. 
McClure, Matthew, accounts, 22. 1019. 
and Mecklenburg Declaration, 9. 

1263-1265. 
certificate in regard to, 19. 511, 513, 

553, 556, 560. 
claim of considered, 17. 404. 
petition, 18. 55, 58, 70, 71, 84, 85, 

100, 101, 113, 120, 121, 292, 315, 

316, 319, 336, 344; 19. 416, 418, 

426, 441, 442, 747, 777, 788; 20. 

166, 174, 203, 345, 381, 382, 384, 

536; 21. 84, 90, 103, 108. 
McClure, Richard, claims, 4. 751, 790. 

land grant asked, 4. 707. 
McClure, Thos., ensign, 10. 518. 
McClure, Thos., pensioner, 22. 78. 
McClure (McLure), Dr. Wm., case of, 

16. 930-931. 
claims, 21. 238, 249, 607. 
coms'r on pension claims. 24. 736; 

on school, 24. 607. 
committee to examine boat of, 17. 

280-281, 282. 
in C. of State, 17. 310, 335; 18. 114, 

121, 174, 340, 347, 397, 451; 20.49. 
invents boat, 20. 7-8. 



officer, 18. 486. 

only surgeon in reg't, 13. 67. 

petition, 21. 785, 944, 949. 

rank, 16. 72, 576, 608, 1109. 

prisoner, 14. 818. 

surgeon, 10. 521, 621-622, 623; 22. 

1049. 
to Sumner on his conduct, 16. 625- 
626; on private affairs, 16. 470- 
1, 474-6, 480. 

McClurg, Charles, in Indian war, 10. 
754. 

McCoard's Ferry, S. C, 17. 1034. 

McCobbin's Creek Luth. church, his- 
tory, 8. 779, 781. 

McColley, Matw, army rank, 16. 1115. 

McCollister. See MoAlister. 

McCollister, Jno., army rank, 16. 1115. 

McCollister, Jos., army rank, 16. 1115. 

McCollister, Neale, paid for services, 
22. 482. 

McComber, Benj., army rank, 16. 1117. 

McComber. Humph., army rank, 16, 
1117. 

McConal, John, petition against mar- 
riage act, 9. 623-624. 

McConce, John, petition against mar- 
riage act, 9. 623-624. 

McConnack, Wm., property confisca- 
ted, 24. 263, 424. 

McConnal, Andrew, in militia, 22. 399. 

McConnal, Jno., in militia, 22. 399. 

McConnall, John, juror, 22. 504, 541. 

McConnel, Lt., courtmartlaled, 12. 
488. 

McConnel, Philip, army rank, 16. 1109. 

McConnell, Capt., 22. 522. 

Macconnell, Capt., affidavit against 
Davis in matter of Frenchmen, 
13. 425. 

McConnell, Hue, petitions for exten- 
sion of power of J. P.'s 7. 874- 
875. 

McConnell, John, land grant to, 4. 
1039, 1047, 1049. 

McConnlcal, Neal, to be executed, 12. 
535, 540. 

McConnico, Christopher, slave of re- 
stored, 18. 624-625. 

McConnico, Jack, 18. 625. 

McConnough, Dougal, army rank, 16. 
1117. 

McConrys, Capt., census of company 
of, 10. 280. 

McConsby, Edward, land grant to, 4. 
336. 

McConshey, Duncan, land grant to, 4. 
945. 



McCONWELL, HUE 



McCOY, JOHN 



JVIcConwell, Hue, petition 7. 875. 

McCool, Adam, claims allowed, 6. 213. 

McCool, BenJ., petitions Burke for par- 
don and commendation, 16. 276- 
277. 

McCool, Margaret, to Burke on release 
of her son, 16. 581. 

McCoole, And., in militia, 22. 284. 

McCoom, John, quit rents of, 22. 242. 

McCorday, Robert, petitions on land 
grants, 9. 1260-1263; 11. 250-254. 

McCord's Ferry, Br. at, 15. 607. 

McCorkall, Jas., in militia, 22. 382. 

McCorkall, Robt., in militia, 22. 382. 

McCorkle, Capt., payment by com- 
pany of, 10. 319. 
taxables In com. of, 10. 252. 

McCorkle, Francis, juror, 22. 77. 

McCorkle, Francis, juror, 22. 501. 
on Rowan, S. C, 10. 252, 180. 
petition on location of C. H., 13 
352-354. 

McCorkle, M. L., 8. 752. 

McCorkle, Samuel Eusebius, 5. 1220. 
school trustee, 24. 30, 690. 
trustee Univ., 25. 22. 
work ment'd, 5. 1194. 

McCormack, Mr., 20. 323. 

McCormack, David, in militia, 22. 341. 

McCormack, J., interpreter, 7. 1009. 

McCormack, James, interpreter, 22. 
407. 

McCormack, John, tried for theft, 2. 
588-589. 

McCormack, John, army pay, 17. 233. 

McCormack, Thomas, army pay, 17. 
233. 

McCormack, Wm., army pay, 17. 233. 

McCormick, , brigade major, 12. 

514, 527, 537. 

McCormick, Archd, army rank, 16. 
1121. 

McCormick, James, interpreter, 20. 
781. 

McCormick, John, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 

McCormick, W., register, 9. 298. 

McCormick, Wm., church trustee, 9. 
638; 23. 960. 
takes deposition, 9. 322. 
property confiscated, 19. 263, 672; 
to be seized, 10. 961. 

McCorston, Wilier, petition on C. H., 

9. 806-808. 

McCortle, Alexander, allowance to, 

10. 586. 

McCoulskey, Archibald, petitions for 
McDugal, 9. 683-685. 



McCoulskey, Duncan, land grant to, 
4. 765. 

McCoulskey, James, petitions for Mc- 
Dugal, 9. 683-685. 

McCoulskey, Neil, petitions for Mc- 
Dugal, 9. 683-894. 

McCoulsky, Duncan, 5. 1209. 
land grant to, 4. 651. 

McCoun, George, petitions on land 
grants, 9. 1260-3; 11. 250-4. 

McCoun, Wm., petitions on land 
grants, 9. 1260-1263; 11. 250-254. 

McCtfune, Andrew, in militia, 22. 381. 
land grant to, 4. 945. 

McCowan, Alexander, land grants to, 

4. 1246. 

McCowan's Ford, Cornwallis crosses 
at,- 17. 997. 
See also Cowan's Ford. 
McCown, Moses, prisoner, 15. 609. 
McCoy. See McKay, McKoy, Mackey. 
McCoy, Capt., a prisoner, 10. 486. 
McCoy, Abraham, officer, 22. 702. 
McCoy, Alexander, army pay, 17. 233. 
McCoy, Alexr., claims as messenger, 

5. 212. 

messenger to assembly, 4. 838. 
McCoy, Alexander, in Prov. Cong., 10. 

500. 
McCoy, Alexr., property confiscated, 

19. 672. 
McCoy, Alexr., property confiscated, 

19. 672; 24. 264, 424. 
McCoy, Ambrous, juror, 2. 112. 
McCoy, Archibald, property confis- 
cated, 24. 263, 424. 
McCoy, Archibald, regulator, 7. 737. 
McCoy, Arthur, 23. 687. 
McCoy, DanI, army rank, 16. 1113. 
McCoy, Daniel, in militia, 22. 348. 
McCoy, Elijah, in militia, 22. 323. 
McCoy, George, a J. P., 4. 332. 
McCoy, Henry, claim, 9. 487. 
McCoy, Henry, petitions for division 

of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
McCoy, James, bill to enable him to 

collect taxes, 9. 115, 134, 168, 175, 

221, 258; 25. 521-2. 
McCoy, James, garrison at house of, 

2. 147. 
McCoy, James, land grant to, 4. 800. 
McCoy, James, orders to in matter of 

payment for troops, 10. 828. 
McCoy, James, proposed for vestry, 

8. 155. 
McCoy, James, to make arms, 10. 

539. 
McCoy, John, allowance to, 18. 472. 



McCOY, JOHN 



10 



McCUISTON, JAMES 



McCoy, John, army; pay, 17. 229. 

army rank, 16. 1112. 
McCoy, John, army rank, 16. 1113. 
McCoy, John, asks for new county, 9- 

90. 
McCoy, John, in militia, 17. 1056. 
McCoy, John, killed, 22. 96. 
McCoy, John, land grants to, 4. 798, 
805, 946, 965. 
rights proved, 4. 800. 
McCoy, John, regulator, 7. 737. 
McCoy, John, Jr., army pay, 17. 232. 
McCoy, John, Sr., army pay, 17. 232. 
McCoy, Marmaduke, army pay, 17. 

231. 
McCoy, Reuben, army rank, 16. 1117. 
McCoy (McCay, McKay), Spruce, 5. 
1220; 21. 435. 
building coms'r, 24. 844.. 
in assembly, 19. 462, 760, 773, 794, 

808, 816, 821, 835. 
in C. of State, 16. 90, 95; 17. 810, 
812, 894, 896, 900; 19. 57, 59, 185, 
188, 202, 311, 312, 331, 540, 869, 
875; 21. 386, 703. 
judge, 16. 148, 167, 175; 19. 119, 
123; 21. 853, 854, 858, 860, 1027, 
1036, 1044. 
memorial, 21. 226, 233, 390-391, 424, 

435, 597, 721. 
money from, 21. 1066. 
nom. for C. C, 19. 582; for solic. 
gen., 21. 850, 853, 1024, 1027; for 
treas., 19. 624. 
school trustee, 24. 690. 
to Harrington on public and pri- 
vate affairs, 17. 181. 
McCoy, Wm., asks for new county, 9. 

.90. 
McCoy, Wm., land grant to, 4. 800, 
804. 
rights proved, 4. 800. 
Maccoy, Wm., tried for murder, 2. 

463, 464, 465-466-467-468, 469. 
McCoye, Wm., in militia, 22. 391. 
McCracken, James, tailor, 15. 35k7. 
McCracken, J no., in militia, 22. 395. 
McCrackin, Wm., exempted, 7. 963. 
McCrady, Edward, prisoner, 15. 392. 
McCraine, Hugh, land grant asked for 

4. 453. 
McCrakan, Robert, petition on cattle 

and hides, 5. 745-746. 
McCraney's Bridge, act to vest in Wil- 
liams, 24. 634-5. 
bill to vest in Williams, 19. 530, 
531, 535, 539, 560, 564, 568. 



McCrary, Capt., taxables in com. of, 

10. 252. 

McCrary (McCroory), John, forfeits 

bond, 18. 40, 58, 77, 265, 292, 297, 

298. 

McCrary, Thos., captain, 10. 945, 949. 

McCraw, Alexander, tory officer, 22. 

210. 
McCrawley. See McCawley. 

McCrawley, , in assembly, 13. 

690, 697, 708, 709, 712, 721, 785, 
812, 813, 823, 913, 925, 966, 975. 
on com. of assem., 13. 740, 790, 791, 
832, 915, 921. 
McCrawley, Wm., juror, 7. 843. 
McCray, Robert, juror, 4. 525. 
McCree. See McRee. 
McCree, Maj., commands L. I., 18. 
1201. 
takes wagon, 16. 555. 
Same as G. J., McRee (?) 
McCree, John, captain, 10. 937. 
McCree, Robert, character and drop- 
ped as J. P., 5. 990. 
McCree, Wm., a J. P., 5. 657. 
McCreery, Capt., payment by company 

of, 10. 319. 
McCroaine, James, land grant to, 4. 

334. 
McCrocan, James, land grant to, 4. 

336. 
McCroean, Jas., land grant to, 4. 335. 
McCrohon (McCrohone), John, claims, 
20. 84. 
petition, 17. 377; 19. 519, 522, 533, 
536; 20. 229, 231, 291, 293. 
McCrory, Capt., roster of Co., 16. 
1006, 1016, 1044, 1058, 1078, 1091, 
1115, 1158, 1172, 1186. 
McCroy, Wm., land grant asked, 4. 

708. 
McCubbin. See McKubbin. 
McCubbIn, Nicholas, pensioner, 22. 

78. 
McCubbin, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 

767. 
Maccubbins, Mr., claims, 4. 751. 
McCubbins, John, leaves N. C, 6 77- 

78. 
McCuing, Joseph, in militia, 22. 497. 
McCuisteon, Thos., a J. P., 6. 1077. 
McCuister, Thos., pensioner, 22. 75. 
MoCuistion, James, petition on C. H., 

9. 806-808. 
McCuistion,- Thos., asks pardon for 

Hunter, 9. 86-87. 
McCuiston, James, juror, 10. 2. 
McCuiston, James, juror, 10. 3. 



McCULLEN, BRYAN 



11 



McCULLOH, ALEX. 



McCullen, Bryan, pensioner, 22. 77. 
McCuller, Jos., army rank, 16. 1113. 
McCullers, Bryant, sergt. of horse, 

15. 509. 
McCullers, David, horseman, 15. 509. 
McCullers, John, a J. P., 6. 341. 
debts due hy, 8. 280-281. 
dues from as sheriff, 9. 574. 
in militia, 9. 1076. 
takes bond, 8. 992-993. 
McCullers, Will, resigns as J. P., 18. 

145, 261. 
McCullers, Wm., a J, P., 23. 994. 
McCulles, Capt., 10. 611. 
McCullln, Bryan, land grant to, 4. 279. 
McCulloch, Mr., 20. 450. 
McCulloch, Alexander, army pay, 17. 

232. 
in army, 15. 731. 
McCulloch, Alex., Ashe to on punish- 
ment of B. McC. (?) 22. 786. 
McCulloch, Alex., witness, 20. 160-161. 
McCulloch, Charles, land grant to, 4. 

628. 
McCulloch, George, captain, 15. 786. 
McCulloch, James, in Indian war, 10. 

759. 
McCulloch, James, juror, 22. 501, 506, 

509. 
McCulloch, John, army pay, 17. 229. 
McCulloch, John, report as collector 

of customs, 20. 257, 258.. 
McCulloch, Jos., town coms'r, 25. 49. 
McCulloch, William, juror, 22. 502. 

McCullock, , in N. Y., 13. 478. 

McCullock, Mr., 14. 452. 

McCullock, Mr., allowance to estate 

of, 22. 816. 
McCullock, Mrs., judgment against 

and discussion of same, 18. 464- 

465. 
McCullock, Alex., army rank, 18. 

1108. 
McCullock, Duncan, pensioner, 22. 78. 
McCullock, George, messenger, 13. 

324. 
taxable, 15. 192. 
voter, 15. 238. 
McCullock, Henry, surety, 20. 52. 
McCullock, James, pensioner, 22. 76. 
McCullock, John, collector, 21. 165. 
McCullock, John, in army, 15. 728. 
McCullock, John, messenger, 15. 427. 
McCullogh, Alex, in militia, 22. 313. 

McCulloh, , collector, 8. 621. 

McCulloh, , quoted, 9. 12. 

McCulloh, Mr., 9. 642. 



McCulloh, Mr., joins American cause, 
11. 715. 

McCulloh, Mr., law suit appealed, 9. 

676-677. 
McCulloh, Miss, 9. 357. 
McCulloh, Col., 7. 744. 
McCulloh (McCulloch,' McCullock), 
Alexander, a J. P., 6. 775. 

administers oath, 8. 1157. 

asks salary for council, 9. 375-376; 
to be relieved from quit rents, 8. 63 

asst. judge, 5. 655. 

atty. for H. McCulloh, 5. 621-623, 
781; 7. 14; for Selwyn, 5. 773- 
775, 776, 777, 778; 7. 17. 

auditor general, 4. 1127; 5. 145, 817. 

clerk, 9. 298. 

coms'r on building, 25. 472; on 
town, 25. 354, 399, 487. 

complains of absence of Dobbs and 
Murray, 8. 148. 

deputy auditor, 5. 348, 771, 782; 8. 
78, 604; on auditing of public ac- 
counts, 5. 306. 

favors Amer. cause, 10. 313. 

favors inferior courts, 9. 822, 830. 

in assembly, 8. 358, 362, 368, 396, 
418, 427, 460, 462, 464, 470, 482, 
497, 501, 504, 505, 514, 518, 654, 
662, 673. 

in council, 8. 766, 767, 769-771, 772- 
799, 840-892, 1064-1070, 1079-1082, 
1083-1086, 1089-1164, 1220-1257; 7. 
10-31, 34-35, 37-39, 46-61, 133-137, 
137, 160, 271-279, 292-341, 532-533, 
534-535, 549-568, 672-676, 730-731, 
800-806, 890-895; 8. 86-105, 148-160, 
251-255, 262, 282-292, 513; 9. 52- 
53, 55-57, 66, 71, 101-136, 325, 327- 
328, 346, 372, 376-447, 706-733, 789- 
791, 823, 830-874, 1171, 1172-1178, 
1207, 1211, 1215; 9. 1221. 

land surrendered by, 9. 369. 

name to be inserted to levy tax, 8. 
870, 873. 

nominated for council, 8. 559. 

on com. of assembly, 8. 350, 364, 
368, 369, 453, 483, 674. 

on com. of correspondence, 1 1 . 229 ; 
25. 518. 

on com. of council, 8. 842, 897, 900&, 
903, 910, 916, 1092, 1099, 1156, 
1222, 1261, 1268; 7. 297, 346, 552, 
555, 572; 8. 91, 108, 110, 115, 290, 
305, 306; 9. 106, 141, 144, 382, 449, 
453, 459, 474, 475, 480, 560, 712, 
735, 745, 747, 748, 762, 765, 874, 
877, 881, 887, 914, 1189. 



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McCULLOH, HENKY 



o'pposes court bills, 9. 974. 

petition on stopping of survey, 5. 
493-494. 

preference to in auditing, 6. 602- 
603. 

presents memorial of Selwyn, 6. 
797-798. 

promoted colonel, 6. 299-300; re- 
signs as col., 5. 163; 22. 334-5. 

put in place of Copeland, 6. 945. 

quit rents remitted to, 8. 161; on 
surrendered grants, 8. 52-53. 

recommended for council, 5. 440; 6. 
217, 251. 

recommends McCartney, 9. 61-62. 

sells land, 24. 820. 

sick, 9. 1056. 

signs memorial on S. C. line, 6. 779. 

surety, 7. 444, 671; 9. 591-2. 

surrenders grant, 7. 533-534. 

takes oath, 6. 1087. 

to Dobbs on lack of reports on pub- 
lic accounts, 5. 160-161. 

Tryon to on Hillsboro riots, 8. 679. 

withholds papers of auditor, 6. 
601, 602, 605. 
McCulloh, Alex., dead, 6. 47, 4S, 49. 

delivers memorial to Johnston, 4. 
1136. 

deposition in McCulloh vs. John- 
ston, 4. 1092, 1095, 1100, 1109, 
1120-1121; ment'd, 4. 1236. 

land grant to, 4. 348, 768, 800, 947, 
950, 964, 965, 1255. 

warrant delivered to, 4. 966. 
McCulloh, Andrew, settlers on lands 

of, 5. 742. 
McCulloh (McCulloch, McCullock), 
BenJ., 8. 224; 9. 345; 18. 49. 

a J. P., 23. 994. 

allQwance to, 22. 853. 

bill to pardon for frauds, and re- 
lease from jail, 20. 228, 408, 409. 

claims allowed, 8. 142. 

clerk, 9. 298. 

coms'r on army accounts, 19. 603-4, 
685-7, 697; 20. 191; on biulding, 
23. 927; 24. 240; on case of Wil- 
liams, 12. 568, 675-676; on Cont. 
Line, 24. 477, 484, 567, 686, 722, 
734; to sign bills, 24. 475. 

convicted of fraud, 20. 630. 

in army frauds, 18. 72, 73, 162, 163, 
304, 305, 384, 385. 

in assembly, 9. 393, 397, 399, 407, 
411, 417, 422, 424, 448, 451, 453, 
457, 484, 498, 501, 509, 515, 523, 



524, 530, 540, 544, 588, 734, 735, 
746, 755, 836, 843, 845, 847, 853, 
872, 874, 881, 883, 898, 899, 902, 
903, 906, 916,930,943,945,948,951, 
1188, 1189, 1190; 16. 1, 3, 27, 35, 
37, 58, 75, 127; 17. 919; 18. 2, 3. 

9, 10, 16, 24, 37, 59, 61, 74, 238; 
19. 5, 8, 10, 16, 18, 21, 69, 78, 83, 
87, 129, 130, 132, 144, 151, 160, 
168, 183, 215, 216, 223, 239, 259, 
267, 268, 280, 351, 360, 393, 395, 
476, 489, 508, 509, 512, 605, 613, 
614, 622, 643, 667, 671, 674, 676, 
682, 688, 718, 719, 762, 773, 794, 
800, 805, 808, 816, 821, 824, 832, 
835; 20. 4, 6, 7, 10, 14, 15, 16, 18, 
19, 24, 28, 30, 46, 53, 68, 72, 75, 
79, 81, 82, 83, 89, 102, 112. 

in Prov. Cong., 9. 1179, 1180, 1181; 

10. 914, 916. 

indicted for fraud, 18. v-vi. 

on com. of assembly, 9. 500, 740, 
742, 1197; 16. 21, 27, 38, 45, 46, 
104, 117, 125, 128, 130; 17. 281, 
291, 317; 18. 9, 31, 237, 264. 

on Com. Prov. Gong., 10. 917. 

on S. C. of Halifax, 9. 1101. 

petitions for property, 19. 823. 

punishment of, 22. 786 (?). 

receives pay for soldiers, 17. 189, 
190, 193, 194, 195, 196, 199, 200, 
201, 202, 204, 205, 206, 208, 209, 
210, 211, 213, 217, 218, 219, 220, 
222, 223, 225^ 227, 228, 230, 231, 
232, 233, 235, 236, 238, 239, 240, 
241, 243, 244, 246, 247, 248, 253, 
255, 256, 257, 258, 259. 

signs due bills of army accts, 18. 
162. 

signs N. C. bills, 20. 665. 

surety, 9. 591-592. 

to build powder mill, 10. 537-538. 

to buy horses, 10. 535. 

to sign bills of credit, 10. 578. 

to Sumner on public affairs, 10. 
418-419. 

to take ammunition to Wilming- 
ton, 10. 555, 556. 

witness, 18. 252. 
McCulloh, Geo., claims paid, 10. 439. 
McCulloh (McCulloch, McCullock), 
Henry, 4. 267, 1136; 18. 49, 50. 

agent, 9. 1209; of northern count- 
ies, 4. 869-870, 1028-31. 
agreement with Granville on 
grants, 6. 573-578. 

aids Johnston, 4. 1149. 



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McCULLOH, HENRY 



allowance to, 22. 865. 

and Crymble and Huey grants, 6. 
1003. 

answer to Johnston's memorial, 4. 
1137-1152. 

appoints attorneys to manage es- 
tates, 6. 569-573. 

asks land grant for Protestants, 4. 
72-73, 74; to be made a member 
of council, 4. 341. 

attends Board of Trade as agent 
for Northern counties in repre- 
sentation struggle, 4. 1225-35. 

attends Board of Trade on his 
memorial, 5. 168, 169-170; on his 
quit rents and salary memorial, 
5. 987; to prosecute complaints 
against Johnston, 4. 1235-1237. 

attends council in matter of repre- 
sentation, 4. 943, 944. 

attorney for Selwyn, 6. 997; 7. 18. 

blank patent sent to, 4. 318. 

brings out Presbyterians from 
Ulster, 5. 1193, 1199. 

buys and settles land, 22. 896. 

case vs. Johnston on lands, etc., 4. 
1076-1152; against Rowan as 
Surveyor General on survey of 
land grants, 4. 664-673. 

caveat dismissed, 4. 765. 

charges against Johnston, 4. 934, 
938, 939, 940, 941. 

charges Allen with fraud In quit 
rents, 4. 762-763, 811-12. 

commission as commissary, in- 
structions and powers, 5. 617- 
621; as Sec'y. and Clerk of 
Crown, 11. 120, 121; considered, 
4. 1096; for inspecting revenues, 
land grants and instructions, 
etc., 4. 340-1, 438, 599; 5. 615; 11. 
31-41. 

commissions Campbell and Mc- 
CuUoh, attorneys for McCuUoh 
grants, 6. 532-536. 

concessions in favor of ment'd., 5. 
1092. 

consulted on N. C. and S. C. af- 
fairs, 4. 339, 340, 341. 

consults Elmsly on attachments 
and county courts, 9. 997-998, 
999. 

dead, 5. 440, 445, 807; 6. 620, 625; 
11. 126, 127, 143. 

depositions as to settlers on 
grants of, 7. 277, 278. 

disturbances on lands of, 5. 951. 



employed against representation 
act, 4. 879, 880, 881. 

enters caveat, 4. 706. 

examines and criticises laws on 
quit rents and cultivation of 
lands, 4. 425-434, 435, 436, 437. 

excused from quit rents, 7. 676- 
677. 

fees demanded from for surveys, 
4. 1115. 

frauds in lands of, 5. 1091, 1092. 

given more time for settlement of 
land, 5. 753. 

gives power of attorney, 5. 493. 

grants lands to Houston, 5. 771- 
773; to Howson, 5. 772, 773. 

grants to and papers relating to 
same, 5. 615-633; ment'd., 4. 
885; 8. 254; discussed, 6. 993-994; 
and amount within Granville's 
line, 4. 1146; 5. 104-105; in Anson 
Co., 6. 773. 

Hill to on depositions and evidence 
against Gov. Johnston. 4. 1097- 
1100. 

history of grant to, 7. 13-17; dis- 
cussed, 5. xxxii-xxxv. 

in council, 5. 488-491, 493-494, 495- 
498, 500-515, 1107. 

inflames people of northern count- 
ies, 4. 922. 

instructions in regard to surrender 
of lands by, 5. 1106, 1130-1132; on 
grant to, 5. 1130-1132. 

instructs Rice to observe forms of 
land grants, 4. 1134. 

land grants to, 9. 368, 369, 370; In 
name of Crymble and Huey, 5. 
769, 770, 771; granted away by 
Corbin, 5. 778-779; surrendered 
by, 9. 369; to be surveyed for, 4. 
212, 215. 

lays papers before Board of Trade, 
4. 248. 

leave of absence to, 5. 498. 

length of stay in C, 5. 615. 

letters to and from ment'd, 4. 435, 
610, 612, 757, 758; 6. 1062; on quit 
rents ment'd., 4. 624; to Board of 
Trade favoring petition on quit 
rents, extension of time for settle- 
ment, 5. 626-627. 

makes Alexander McCuUoh atty. in 
sale of lands, 5. 621-623. 

makes special grant to Huey, 5. 769. 

memorial as inspector of revenues 
ment'd., 4. 943-944; to Board of 



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McCULLOH, HENEY 



Trade on his payment of quit 
rents, 5. 121-123; on offsetting 
quit rents with S. C. debts and 
Board to King on same, 11. 118- 
120. 

money to be sent to, 5. 774, 776-777. 

nominated for council, 5. 1104. 

not summoned to attend council, .4. 
1140. 

not to pay quit rents for surrendered 
lands, 7. 990. 

notice to free-holders on settlement 
of land grants and quit rents, 1 1 . 
66-72. 

number of actual settlers, 5. 104. 

offers to sell land, 9. 1002. 

office of agent sought for, 7. 753, 
756, 758. 

on claims com., 22. 863 (for H. E. 
McC?) 

on com. of council, 5. 501, 529. 

on isSlies of paper money, 4. 418, 
419. 

on payment of quit rents, etc., 4. 
293-297. 

on population in 1735, 2. xvii. 

on proposed changes in grants of 
lands for rights, 4. 600-601. 

paid out of S. C. quit rents, 5. 615- 
617. 

papers on grants to, 5. 769-782. 

part of grant surrendered, 8. 63. 

petition about his grant, 4. 640, 644- 
645, 646-649; for land and action 
of council on same, 4. 162-164; on 
appointment of clerks, 5. 536, 543; 
on quit rents and salary consid- 
ered, 5. 651; to King on transfer 
of quit rents and extension of time 
for settlement, 5. 630-633. 

prisoner because 'of Rowan's suit, 4. 
672. 

proofs delivered to on representa- 
tion quarrel, 4. 1167, 1168. 

property confiscated, 19. 672; 24. 
263, 424. 

proposals for rendering colony more 
advantageous considered, 4. 328; 
in regard to the settlement of 
land, 4. 156; on settlement of quit 
rents and land grants, and reports 
of S. C. committee on same, 1 1 . 
61-65; to Earl Granville on lands 
and his concessions on same, 5. 
624-6. 

proposed settlement of Protestants 



considered, 4. 209, 210, 212, 214, 
215. 

quarrels with Johnston, 4. vi, vii. 

quit rents due to in S. C. transferred 
to N. C. accounts, 5. 629-630; re- 
mitted to, 7. 783. 

recommendation that his salary be 
set off against his quit rents, 5. 
927-928. 

reports and official papers of 
ment'd, 4. 612-613, 614. 

reports discussed, 4. 268, 269; on 
blank patents, etc., 4. 325-328; 
that grants to are to be vacated, 
5. 762. 

residence, 5. 586-587. 

Rice's answers to, 4. 1126-1127. 

Rowan's answer to case against 
himself, 4. 684-690, 690-698. 

salary due to, 5. 631; transferred to 
quit rents, 5. 808. 

secretary and clerk of crown, 5. 338, 
340, 353, 480. 

sells land, 24. 332, 820. 

settlers on lands of, 5. 742. 

size of grants, 6. 574. 

special grant to, 5. 629, 632. 

submits to King's pleasure on 
grants, 8. 52. 

suffers from Cherokee wars, 5. liv. 

suit against, 4. 1079, 1086; of Rowan 
against, 4. 1092, 1093, 1095, 1107, 
1109, 1121, 1127, 1139, 1141-2; 
threatened by Allen, 4. 1144. 

summarizes grants and appoints at- 
torneys to prosecute Corbin, 5. 
779-782. 

summoned to council, 4. 1120. 

surrenders grants, 7. 453-454; to be 
accepted from, 5. 113. 

time of settlement extended, 5. 626- 
627, 628-629, 630, 808. 

to advance interests of N. C, 7. 757. 

to be made secretary of N. C, 5. 
170. 

to be protected in his rights, 7. 141. 

to Board of Trade on case against 
Johnston on land grants, etc., 4. 
1100-1114; on condemnation of 
rent roll bill in S. C, 11. 59-60; 
on condition of his lands and re- 
lation to Earl Granville, 5. 79-81; 
on his address to free-holders on 
land grants and quit rents, 11. 72- 
73; on his grant, 4. 666-668, 668- 
673, 1076-1081; on Johnston's 
methods in N. C, 4. 241-2; on 



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McCULLOH, HENRY E. 



quit rents and public affairs, 4. 
284-5; on rent roll bill, 4. 584; on 
S. C. act to remedy rent roll, 1 1 . 
102-3; on troubles with land 
grants and quit rents, 1 1 . 105- 
108; in S. C, 11. 45-54; . 

to freeholders on regulation of land 
grants and payment of quit rents, 
11. 54-59. 

to Hill on failure of Board of Trade 
to support him, 11. 103-104. 

to Johnston on duties and powers of 
receiver general and commission- 
er of quit rents, 4. 1129-1133. 

to Pownall on his quit rents, 6. 1046- 
1047. 

transfers debt of Selwyn to Hunt 
and Robinson, 5. 775-778. 

witness against Johnston, 4. 932. 
McCulloh, Henry, Jr., 4. 1100. 
McCulloh, Mrs. Henry, 4. 1100. 
McCulloh (McCulloch, McCullock), 
Henry Eustace, 18. 414-415; 20. 
319, 391, 400, 402; 21. 243, 272, 
368, 369. 

a J. P., 6. 775. 

act to appoint as agent, 1 1 . 229-230, 
237-239; 23. 854; 25. 518. 

agent, 7. 918, 973; 8. 9, 11, 151; 9. 
206; poor, 9. 999. 

and confiscated lands, 21. 156. 

asks for census of settlers on 
Selwyn tract, 7. 278; restoration 
of his property, 19. 505. 

attorney for McCulloh grants, 6. 569- 
573; for Selwyn, 6. 997; 7. 17-18. 

bill for relief of purchasers of his 
lands, 21. 284. 

bond as receiver, 6. 1045-1046; can- 
celled, 7. 783. 

buys lands, 18. 49, 50, 289. 

ch. com. of whole, 7. 319. 

charges against and memorial on 
Selwyn grants, 7. 10, 11, 12-31, 34- 
35. 

comes out to act for his father, 7. 
14. 

commissioned att'y of McCulloh 
grants, 6. 532-536. 

com. of assem. to on his employ- 
ment as agent, 7. 877-869; on Ire- 
dell's memorial for, 13. 586, 691- 
692, 695-696, 711, 712. 

complaints against, 7. 6. 

excused from quit rents, 7. 676-77. 

forfeiture of grants to considered, 
7. 451-452. 



grants land to Smith, 15. 201. 

in council, 6. 758, 759-764, 767-799, 
843-92, 1065-76, 1081-5, 1087-9,1098- 
1164, 1220-1222, 1231-1241, 1247- 
1257; 7. 137, 160, 271-279, 292- 
341, 436-447, 451-454. 

Indian lands of ment'd., 9. 830. 

introduces bill for Purdie as printer, 

6. 844-845. 

Iredell petitions assembly In favor, 

22. 896-7. 
judge chancery ct, 6. 1042. 
judgment against, 18. 193. 
land grant surrendered, 7. 453-4, 455, 

547; not surrendered, 9. 790; sold, 

17. 416; 21. 707. 
letter of to Board of Trade, 8. 164- 

165. 
memorial of persons buying lands 

from, 18. 75; 19. 279, 406-407, 438- 

439, 504, 553, 730, 733, 823; 20. 9; 

21. 886, 951, 952; 22. 620; to 

Tryon on census of grants, 7. 275- 

278. 
movements and life in America, 22. 

896-9. 
nominated for council, 6. 559. 
observations on Indian lease, 7. 990. 
on claims com., 22. 830, 840. 
on com. of council, 6. 810, 819, 824, 

848, 863, 903, 910, 1099, 1108, 1125, 

1133, 1199, 1204, 1222, 1225, 1247, 

1261, 1273; 7. 296, 297, 322, 346, 

399. 
on his conduct of Selwyn's business, 

7. 17-31. 

port coms'r, 23. 667. 

presents memorial on resumption of 
lands, 6. 773-775; petition on re- 
venue law, 8. 61. 

property confiscated, 19. 672; 24. 
263, 424; 25. 114. 

protest in favor of, 21. 166. 

resigns from council, 8. 275, 493. 

resolution on lands of, 20. 293, 474. 

seeks to' subdivide lands, 5. xxxiii. 

sells land, 19. 68; 24. 527; 25. 110- 
11. 

settlers on grant to, 7. 277. 

son of Henry, 5. xxxiv. 

still in council, 8. 168. 

takes oath, 6. 1087; as councillor, 
7. 271. 

to Bennehan on private affairs, 9. 
345. 

to com. of cor. on currency and pub- 
lic affairs, 8. 55-57; on public af- 



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16 



McDANIEL, DANIEL 



fairs, 9. 10-12. 

to Fanning on case of public affairs, 
8. 223-5; on need of agent and 
English politics, 7. 752-5; on riots 
over Selwyn lands, 7. 32-34. 

to give bond, 7. 444. 

to Harvey (J) on agency and public 
affairs, 8. 181-184; on his agency 
and English politics, 8. 171-173; 
on currency, agency, etc., S. 58- 
60; on currency problems and 
English politics, 7. 516-518; on 
need of agent and public affairs, 
7. 754, 755, 758. 

to Hillsborough resigning from 
council, 8. 220. 

to Iredell on reconciliation, 10. 1026, 
1027. 

to prepare representation on S. C. 
boundary, 6. 770, 775-779. 

to present petition on currency, 8. 
62. 

to return list of settlers, 6. 1069. 

to sec'y of state on petition of as- 
sembly, 8. 50-51. 

to take depositions, 6. 1067. 

trouble over confiscated lands of, 
21. 776, 777. 

Tryon on land selling methods of, 
7. 529-530. 

wants estates restored, 17. 25, 43. 
McCulIoh, James, 5. 617. 

dead, 4. 1100. 

settlers on tract of, 7. 277. 

surrenders grants, 7. 453-454. 

witness, 5. 772. 
McCulIoh, John, fined, 10. 3. 
McCulIoh, John, juror, 10. 2, 3. 
McCulIoh, John, owes State, 21. 1069. 
McCulIoh, Miss Penelope, 4. 1100. 

land grants to in Anson Co., 6. 773. 

settlers on grant to, 7. 277. 

surrenders grants, 7. 453-454. 
McCulIoh Grants, attorneys commis- 
sioned for, 6. 532-536. 

census of, 7. 275-278. 

resumption of considered, 6. 718- 
719. 
McCullom, Levi, recommends Wel- 

born, 9. 25-6. 
McCullores, John, captain, 10. facing 

680. 
McCullough, Capt., defends Hanging 

Rock, 15. 267. 
McCullough, Alexander, in militia, 22. 
398. 



McCullough, Frans., army rank, 16.^ 
1122. 

McCullough, Jas., in militia, 22. 398. 

McCullough, Jno., army rank, 16. 1111. 

McCullough, John, collector, 18. 174, 
181, 397, 413. 

McCullough, John, in militia, 22. 398. 

McCullough, John, prisoner, 14. 747. 

McCullough, Sam'!, in militia, 22. 398. 

McCullough, Wm., in militia, 22. 398. 

McCumber, Humphrey, army rank, 16. 
1117. 

McCune, James, exempted, 9. 476. 

McCurden's, inspection at, 25. 313. 

McCurdy, Archd., pensioner, 22. 76. 

McCurdy, Thomas, asks pardon for 
Fruit, 9. 93-94. 

McCurdy, Wm., asks pardon for Fruit, 
9. 93-4. 

McCurdy, Wm., in militia, 22. 451. 

McCwean. See McQueen. 

McCwean, James, land grants to, 4. 
353, 354. 

McDade, James, parent entered, 6. 
638. 

McDade, James, petitions on land 
grants, 9. 1260-2; 11. 250-2. 

McDanel, Redman, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 

MacDanel, Samul, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 

McDaniel, , 19. 942. 

McDaniel, , in assembly, 17. 335; 

19. 354, 359. 

McDaniel, , Indian trader, 22. 998, 

999. 

Mackdaniel, , law suit, 1. 394. 

McDaniel, , receives pay for sold- 
iers, 17. 232. 

McDaniel, Mr., in assembly, 18. 300; 
on com. of Assem., 18. 9, 237. 

McDaniel, Alex., land grant to, 4. 280. 

McDaniel, Andw., army rank, 16. 1121. 

McDaniel, Arthur, pensioner, 22. 75. 

MacDaniel (Mackdaniel, Maokdan, 
Mackdanel), Charles, deserts land. 
2. 226. 
imports persons, 1. 395. 
lands of, 1. 484. 
law suit, 1. 482, 483, 486. 
runs away, 1. 483. 

McDaniel, Daniel, asks pardon for 
Fruit, 9. 93-4. 

McDaniel, Daniel, 3. bound over to 
court; 2. 406, 414, 439, 444. 
lapse patent to, 2. 675. 



McDANIEL, DAN. 



17 Mcdonald, mrs. alex. 



surety money paid for, 2. 508. 

suspected of murder of Taylor, 2. 
451, 456, 472, 492-3. 
McDaniel, Dan., juror, 25. 190. 
McDaniel, Daniel, loyalist, 10. 600. 
McDaniel, Dorothy, petition of, 2. 

573. 
McDaniel, Eli, a J. P., 23. 995. 
McDaniel, Eli, recommends Tories for 

pardon, 16. 277. 
Macl<daniel, Eliz., imported, 1. 395. 
McDaniel, Geo., in militia, 22. 166. 
McDaniel, Hen., ]uror, 25. 187. 
McDaniel, Hugh, army rank, 18. 1111. 
McDaniel, James, act for road from, 

24. 98-9. 
McDaniel, Jas., army rank, 16. 1117. 
McDaniel (McDaniell), James, asks 
for lapse patent, 2. 461. 

juror, 2. 552, 712. 

law suit, 2. 90. 

tried for robbery, 2. 415, 440. 
McDaniel, James, exempted, 4. 128. 
McDaniel, James, juror, 4. 518. 
McDaniel, James, juror, 25. 187. 
McDaniel, James, land patents to, 6. 
1083. 

resurvey to, 7. 119. 
McDaniel, James, lieut, 22. 142. 
McDaniel, James, pensioner, 22. 75. 
McDaniel, John, in militia, 17. 1059. 
McDaniel, John, indicted as regulator, 

8. 532. 

McDaniel, John, juror, 25. 187. 
McDaniel, John, land grant to, 4. 947. 
McDaniel, John, land lapses, 2. 675. 
McDaniel, John, Jr., petition on C. H., 

9. 806-809. 

McDaniel, Jos., army rank, 18. 1116. 

McDaniel, Joseph, asks relief from 
churcb tax, 9. 95-96. 

McDaniel, Joseph, re-enlists, 15. 749. 

McDaniel, Joshua, in militia, 22. 347. 

McDaniel, Miles, juror, 4. 518. 

McDaniel, Owen, petition, 2. 380. 

McDaniel, Owen, juror, 4. 521. 

McDaniel, Thos., in army, 13. 524. 

McDaniel, Thos., in militia, 22. 165. 

McDaniel, Wm., Caswell to on State 
tobacco, 18. 586. 

McDaniel, Wm., ensign, 10. 625. 

McDaniel, Wm., juror, 25. 187. 

McDaniel, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 
249. 

McDaniel, Wm. Grey (Gray), boun- 
dary coms'r, 24. 839. 
resigns as J. P., 17. 295. 

McDaniell, John, law suit, 2. 91, 103. 



McDaniels, James, bill for road from 

house of, 13. 866, 878, 886, 951, 

969, 974. 
McDanil, Jacob, regulator, 7. 733. 
McDanold, Caleb, in militia, 22. 352. 
McDanold, Jas., in militia, 22. 325. 
McDonold, Jno., in militia, 22. 352. 
McDead, Wm., land grant to, 4. 896. 
McDeed, James, land patent to, 6. 

332. 
McDermed, John, petition, 21. 812, 

977, 980. 
McDermet, Michael, respited, 4. 597. 
McDermid, Malcom, army rank, 18. 

1119. 
McDoell, Jno., in militia, 22. 263. 
McDonal, John, Sr., petition on C. H., 

9. 806-809. 

McDonald, , letter ment'd, 17. 

275. 

McDonald, Mr., 9. 1068. 

McDonald, Mrs., 9. 1068. 

McDonald, Mrs., to leave State, 13. 
64, 65. 

McDonald, Capt., armies in Wilming- 
ton, 16. 560. 

McDonald, Col., 10. 119. 

McDonald, Col., regt. of commanded 
by Marion, 14. 726. 

McDonald, Maj., to raise loyal troops, 

10. 325. 

McDonald, Alex., army pay, 17. 229. 
army rank, 16. 1113. 
building coms'r, 24. 645, 771. 
McDonald, Alex., enlists, 22. 446. 
McDonald, Alexr., major, 10. 207. 
ordered to raise King's standard, 

10. 441-3. 
paroled, 10. 830-831. 
petitions Prov. Cong, for release, 

10. 888-889. 
prisoner, 10. 486; 11. 370. 
sent to Phila., 11. 294. 
McDonald, Alexander, petition for 

land refused, 9. 303-304. 
McDonald, Alexander, proposes to mi- 
grate to N. C, 8. 620, 621-622. 
McDonald, Alexr., resolve in favor of,. 

18. 744, 797-798. 
McDonald, Alexander (Condrach), loy- 
alist, 10. 595. 
sent to Pbila., 11. 294. 
McDonald, Alex, (son of Allen), pa- 
roled, 10. 515. 
McDonald, Alexr. (son of Kingsbor- 

ougb), loyalist, 10. 595. 
McDonald, Mrs. Alex., resolve in fav- 
or of, 13. 744, 797-798. 



3-3 



Mcdonald, allen 



18 



Mcdonald, james 



McDonald, Allen (of Kingsboro), 10. 
125, 595. 
loyalist, 10. 599. 
ordered to raise King's standard, 

10. 441-443. 
paroled, 10. 509. 
prisoner, 10. 486. 
raises company of loyalists, 10. 

325. 
recommended for major, 10. 47. 
reports on treatment of Moore's 

Creek prisoners, 1 1 . 766. 
sent to PMla., 11. 294. 
son paroled, 10. 515. 

to on his fortunes on the way 

to Phila. as prisoner, 11. 295-296. 
to be questioned on his attitude, 10. 
65. 
McDonald, Andrew, army pay, 17.231. 
McDonald, Angus, goes to N. C. to 
get release of Moore's Creek 
prisoners, 1 1 . 401-402. 
loyalist, 10. 596. 
petitions Prov. Cong, for release, 

10. 888-889. 
sent to Phila., 11. 295. 
McDonald, Arch'd, in militia, 22. 412. 
McDonald, Arch'd, in militia, 22. 473. 
McDonald, Arthur, army pay, 17. 233. 

army rank, 16. 1113. 
McDonald, Benj., army rank, 16. 1121. 
McDonald, Call, army rank, 16. 1120. 
McDonald, Cudrick, 10. 560. 
McDonald, Daniel, army rank, 16. 

1120. 
McDonald, Daniel, prisoner, 10. 486. 
McDonald, Daniel, prisoner, 14. 612. 
McDonald, Daniel, tory officer, 22. 

210. 
McDonald, Gen. Donald, 10. 595, 596, 
597, 598, 600, 602, 603, 828; 11. 
295; 12. 99; 22. 97. 
allowed time to prepare for trip, 

15. 765. 
character, 17. 11. 
commands loyalists, 10. 454. 
composition of troops, 10. xxvi. 
correspondence with Moore on sub- 
mission to King, 11. 276-279. 
defeated at Moore's Creek, 11. xvli. 
erects King's standard in N. C, 10. 

xil. 
exchanged, 15. 764. 
issues orders for raising King's 

standard, 10. 441, 443-4. 
manifesto erecting royal standard, 

10. 429-430. 
paroled, 10. 503, 5Q9, 1032. 



prisoner, 11. 281, 285, 290, 482, 486. 
sent out of N. C, 10. 1034; to 

Phila., 11. 294. 
size of army, 11. 283. 
to Secretary of War on his treat- 
ment while a prisoner, 15. 764- 
765. 
to be sent to Halifax, 10. 477. 
McDonald, Findley, army rank, 16. 

1120. 
McDonald, Flora, 5. 1197. 
McDonald, George, army rank, 16. 

1110. 
McDonald, George, deserter, 11. 834. 
McDonald, Hugh, 21. 436. 
allowance to, 18. 200, 445. 
discharged by Prov. Cong., 10. 584. 
extract from Revolutionary journal 

of, 11. 828-837. 
petition, 20. 127, 572, 588; 21. 130, 
137, 169, 176. 
McDonald, Hugh, army rank, 16. 1113. 
McDonald, Hugh, army rank, 16. 1120. 
McDonald, Hugh, loyalist, 10. 603. 
McDonald, Hugh, proposes to migrate 

to N. C, 8. 620, 621-622. 
McDonald, Hugh, petition for land re- 
fused, 9. 303-4. 
McDonald, James, a J. P., 23. 993. 
McDonald, James, in assembly, 17. 
265, 266, 293(?), 304, 354, 359, 365, 
366, 387, 391, 394, 395, 409, 425; 
18. 227, 228, 257, 284, 300, 311, 312, 
317, 344, 345, 346, 350, 361, 362, 
389, 399, 412(?), 429, 445, 468. 469, 
470, 471; 19. 264, 270, 282, 286, 
295, 490, 613, 614, 643, 667, 671, 
677, 688. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 6, 7, 14, 27, 35. 
memorial, 18. Ill, 126, 351. 
officer, 18. 450, 459. 
resigns from Cumberland troops, 

20. 688-689, 700. 
to Martin on movements of Span- 
ish, 17. 519, 521. 
McDonald, James, army pay, 17. 234. 

army rank, 16. 1122. 
McDonald, James, discharged by 
Prov. Cong., 10. 584. 
letter to laid before assembly, 12. 

4. 
loyalist, 10. 596, 598. 
petitions Prov. Cong, for release, 

10. 888-889. 
prisoner, 22. 924. 
sent to Phila., 11. 294. 
McDonald, James, pensioner, 22. 77. 
McDonald, James, petitions for land 



Mcdonald, james 



19 McDOUGALL, SAMUEL 



grant, 8. 620, 621-622, 629; denied, 

9. 303-304. 

McDonald, James, petitions for new 

charter, 9. 79-80. 
McDonald, James, Jr., officer, 18. 450, 

459. 
McDonald, John, deposition on illegal 

fees, 7. 777. 
McDonald, John, discharged by Prov. 

Cong., 10. 584. 
loyalist, 10. 596, 603. 
petitions Prov. Cong, for release, 

10. 888-889. 

sent to Phila., 11. 294. 
takes oath, 22. 949. 
McDonald, John, imprisoned, 4. 530. 
McDonald, John, juror, 8. 72. 
McDonald, John, on regulation of 

Cross Creek, 15. 209-211. 
McDonald, Jona., army rank, 16. 1116. 
McDonald, Joseph, claims allowed, 9. 

953. 
McDonald, Joseph, in army, 15. 718. 
MacDonald, Kennith, loyalist, 10. 597. 
prisoner, 10. 486. 
sec'y to Gen. McDonald, 10. 430. 
sent to Phila., 1 1 . 295. 
McDonald, Lach., prisoner, 11. 370. 
McDonald, Larkin, army pay, 17. 234. 

army rank, 18. 1119. 
McDonald, Lauchlin, paroled, 10. 830- 

831. 
McDonald, Malcolm, army rank, 16. 

1113. 
McDonald, Martin, certificate lost, 19. 

297. 
McDonald, Normand, petitions for 

land grant, 8. 620, 621-622, 629; 

refused, 9. 303-304. 
McDonald, Patrick, land grant to, 4, 

1039-40. 
McDonald, SamI, army rank, 16. 1118. 
McDonald, Sorril, discharged from 

Prov. Cong., 10. 521. 
McDonald, Thomas, army pay, 17. 

232. 
army rank, 16. 1109. 
McDonald, Thos., army rank, 16. 1110. 
McDonald, Thos., deserter, 11. 834. 
McDonald, Zach., deserter, 11. 834. 
McDonald family, loyal, 10. 47. 
McDonald's, join Pretender, 5. 1195. 
McDonald's Mill, 21. 757, 907, 908, 

910, 921. 
McDonall, Geo., in militia, 22. 398. 
McDonel, Davd., army rank, 16. 1112. 
McDonnel, , Highland officers, 10. 

117. 



McDonnel, J., pays money to S. C, 9. 

1153. 
McDonnell, John, excused from pay- 
ment to S. C, 9. 1151. 
goods of sold by S. C, 9. 1118, 1122. 
refuses to sign association of C. C, 

9. 1152. 
McDonnell, Wm. Gray, resigns as J. 

P., 20. 22, 24. 
McDonnock, Jno., army rank, 16. 1121. 
McDonough, Thos., speaker, 18. 655. 
McDormid, Malcolm, army pay, 17. 

230. 
MacDougal, , commands N. C. 

troops, 11. 683. 
McDougal, Alex., on regulation of 

Cross Creek, 15. 209-10. 
McDougal, Dougal, army rank, 16. 

1119. 
McDougal, Peter, in army, 13. 507. 
McDougafd, , commands the Nep- 
tune, 13. 332, 333. 
McDougald, Col., goes to N. Y., 15. 

262. 
McDougald, Alex., immigrant, 7. 543. 
McDougald, Alexander, immigrant, 7. 

544. 
McDougald, Alexander, immigrant, 7. 

543. 
McDougald, Alexander, petitions on 

roads and ferries, 5. 164-6. 
McDougald, Angus, immigrant, 7. 543. 
McDougald, Donald, immigrant, 7. 543. 
McDougald, Donald, immigrant, 7. 

544. 
McDougald, Dougald, Immigrant, 7. 

543. 
McDougald, John, immigrant, 7. 543. 
McDougald, Malcolm, immigrant, 7. 

543. 
McDougald, Peggy, immigrant, 7. 

544. 
McDougall, Mr., 21. 467. 
McDougall, Maj. Gen. Alex., 12. 513, 

516, 522, 525, 529, 531, 534, 537, 

538; 14. 332. 
and army memorial, 16. 943. 
in battle of Germantown, 1 1 . 643. 
location, 13. 496; at Germantown, 

11. 784. 
McDougall, Archibald, army pay, 17. 

231. 
McDougall, Dun., paroled, 10. 830-831. 
McDougall, Duncan, prisoner, 11. 

370. 
McDougall, Samuel, chaplain of as- 

sem., 20. 124, 304. 



McDOUGAN, COL. 



20 



McDowell, charles 



McDougan, Col., captures Burke, 22. 

102. 
McDouge, James, in army, 15. 733. 
McDoughnell, John, road coms'r, 23. 

910. 
McDounaugh, Andrew, doorkeeper, 4. 

1319. 
McDowal, Mrs., land patent to, 6. 342. 
McDowal, Jno., in militia, 22. 385. ' 
McDowal, Peter, army rank, 16. 1111. 
McDowall, Charles, land grant to, 4. 

1242. 
McDowall, Geo., army rank, 16. 1109. 
McDowall, James, a J. P., 4. 1118. 
agrees not to attend assembly, 4. 
1193. 
McDowall, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 

952, 961, 1033. 
McDowall, Margaret, letters of, 21. 

257. 
McDowall, Mary, patent corrected, 6. 

1085. 
McDowall, Randall, suit against, 10. 

670. 
McDowel, Col., besieged, 10. 669. 
McDowel, Chas., quit rents of, 22. 242. 
McDowel, James, on com. of assem- 
bly, 4. 823. 
McDowel, Jesse, in army, 13. 514. 
McDowel, Stephen, army pay, 17. 
231. 

McDowell, . 10. 713. 

McDowell, , 21. 550. 

Macdowell (McDowell), quoted, 6. 

991. 
McDowell, Mr., in assem., 22. 655. 

pany of, 10. 319. 
McDowell, Mr., to bring powder to N. 

C'., 10. 727-728. 
McDowell, Capt., payment by corn- 
McDowell (McDowal, McDowel), Col., 
14. 615; 15. 705, 706. 
and Packolet skirmish, 15. 171. 
Br. sent against, 14. 659; 15. 90. 
in Burke Co., 14. 615-616. 
on cattle for army, 14. 429. 
threatened by Br., 14. 404. 
to visit Gates, 14. 664. 
troops of on Catawba River, 14. 
778. 
McDowell (McDowall, McDowel), Gen. 
Charles, 10. 320; 17. 115, 380; 21. 
508, 530; 22. 139. 
a J. P., 23. 994. 
and King's Mtn. campaign, 15. xi, 

132, 133, 134, 135, 163. 
asked for against Franklin, 21. 460. 
asks for new county, 9. 92. 



brig, gen., 19. 119, 123. 

captain, 10. 320. 

commands against Cherokees, 10. 
897; 18. 405. 

coms'r on boundary, 24. 302; on 
pension claims, 24. 736; on pub. 
buildings, 24. 29, 149, 150; on 
road, 24. 135; on schools, 24. 
535, 690; on town, 24. 698; to 
hold Indian treaty, 21. 635. 

correspondence with Johnston on 
Indian affairs, 21. 546-547, 550. 

courtmartialed, 16. 101, 102; 19. 
64, 70. 

in assembly, 12. 125, 148, 165, 201, 
219, 252, 568, 588; 18. 11, 18, 20, 
23, 24, 45, 59, 61, 69, 80, 89, 90, 92, 
98, 112, 118, 122, 134, 136, 161, 
184, 185, 188, 218, 297, 311, 312, 
317, 344, 345, 346, 351, 357, 361, 
362, 370, 389, 399, 412, 429, 440, 
443, 445, 468, 469, 470, 471; 19. 
60, 65, 73, 78, 79, 82, 89, 115, 116, 
129, 130, 149, 150, 151, 162, 168, 
169, 177, 211. 215, 218, 267, 268, 
282, 325, 334, 342, 355, 416, 430, 
432, 440, 460, 463, 467, 487, 536, 
552, 584, 650; 20. 4, 5, 6, 9, 14, 16, 

20, 22, 25, 26, 39, 46, 68, 69, 76, 
79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 89, 91, 92, 99, 
102, 168, 169, 343, 344, 358, 359, 
369, 372, 380, 416, 426, 427, 431, 
434, 437, 455, 473, 476, 478, 483, 
505, 514, 516, 519, 520, 525, 526, 
527, 536, 541, 543, 544, 546, 550, 
554, 558, 567, 569, 570, 576, 687; 

21. 16, 61, 81, 100, 116, 140, 250, 
270, 274, 275, 276, 324, 618, 619, 
620, 622, 623, 643, 671, 672, 673, 
679, 691, 694, 696, 697, 725, 726, 
727, 728, 753. 

in Conv. 1788, 22. 1, 4, 25, 29, 31, 34. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 36, 47, 48. 
instructions on Cherokee treaty, 16. 

710-711; 19. 905-906. 
juror, 22. 501. 
lieut. col., 10. 532. 
Martin to on Cherokee campaign, 

16. 696, 697-&; on Cherokee pris- 
oners, 16. 800, 856, 857. 

memorial, 20. 66-7, 108, 217, 394, 
396; considered, 17. 358; granted, 

17. 418. 

militia under, 18. 786. 
money not supplied to, 17. 407. 
nom. as colonel and general, 16. 
148, 168, 175; as Indian coms'r, 



Mcdowell, charles 



21 



Mcdowell, Joseph 



20. 557; 21. 117; for C. of S., 21. 

778, 935. 
number troops under, 19. 996. 
on com. of Assem., 12. 138, 170, 
202, 301, 345-346, 381; 18. 15, 28, 
30, 78, 83, 91, 98, 102, 206, 207, 218, 
242, 243, 258, 263, 292, 309, 316, 
323, 334, 348, 395, 400, 431. 
on com. of cor., 8. 1073. 
on Rowan S. C, 10. 279, 281, 432. 
ordered to enroll volunteers, 16. xi. 
recommended as business agent for 

Cherokee treaty, 1 1 . 568. 
sent against Cherokees, 16. 450, 

461. 
should give help against Franklin, 

22. 717. 
to drive intruders off Indian lands, 

16. 810;; 17. 16. 
to make talk to Cherokees, 12. 780, 

840. 
to receive documents, 21. 173. 
to visit Gates, 15. 373. 
too slow for King's Mtn. movement 
and goes express to Morgan and 
Davidson, 15. 106. 
troops of dispersed by Ferguson, 
15. 132, 133. 
McDowell, Charles, land grant to, 4. 

1250. 
McDowell, Eleanor, caveat heard, 6. 

342. 
McDowell, Hugh, asks for new county, 

9. 92. 
McDowell, James, administers on es- 
tate, 4. 1125. 
in assembly, 4. 816, 822, 827, 829, 
1181. 
McDowell, Jese, army rank, 16. 1116. 
McDowell, Jno., army rank, 16. 1118. 
McDowell, John, asks for new county, 

8. 92. 
MacDowell, (MacDowd), Rev. John, 
books delivered to, 6. 221. 
books sent to, 7. 98. 
dead, 6. 1039, 1041, 1047, 1048. 
Dobbs recommends, 6. 233, 235. 
recommended by St. James Parish, 

6. 239. 
to S. P. G. on his sickness, 6. 977-8; 
on his work, 6. 224-6, 552-8, 561-2, 
567-8, 728-31; and its difficulties, 
6. 235-9; and salary, 6. 966-7. 
vestry recommends, 6. 232-3; on his 
work, 6. 537-8. 
McDowell, John, road coms'r, 24. 135. 
McDowell, Jno., tax collector, 18. 706. 
McDowell, Col. Joseph, 21. 550, 764; 



22. 99, 158. 

calls out militia, 17. 803. 

Caswell to on C. of S., 20. 638. 

coms'r. on building, 24. 604. 

in assembly, 16. 1, 50, 127, 153, 156, 
165; 17. 264, 269, 288, 293, 354, 
359, 365, 366, 368, 386, 387, 391, 
392, 394, 395, 406, 410, 413, 425; 
17. 884, 936, 947, 948, 953, 963; 18. 
238, 241, 246, 284, 323; 19.233,334, 
342, 355, 384,392,396,397,398,511, 
549, 550, 571, 577, 613, 614, 622, 
624, 627, 643, 644, 714, 760, 767, 
776; 20. 7, 90, 93, 127, 128, 130, 
134, 137, 139, 153, 165, 166, 167, 
172, 180, 203, 204, 211, 220, 230, 
231, 235, 237, 238, 239, 240, 248, 
252, 273, 275, 277, 285, 287, 288, 
312, 313, 318, 344, 345, 386, 428, 
434, 462, 479, 483, 511, 520, 521, 
541; 20. 550; 21. 1, 3, 6, 7, 8, 12, 

20, 47, 51, 52, 53, 55, 60, 61, 67, 68, 
74, 77, 98, 102, 109, 111, 115, 121, 
130, 133, 139, 160, 174, 175, 179, 
187, 189, 193, 195, 199, 207, 209, 
213, 224, 229, 234, 241, 248, 251, 
252, 253, 254, 256, 261, 264, 274, 
275, 288, 294, 297, 300, 305, 329, 
332, 344, 346, 367, 393, 431, 433, 
436, 578, 584, 588, 595, 597, 604, 
613, 614, 620, 645, 648, 729, 730, 
732, 733, 738, 747, 749, 756, 757, 
760, 763, 774, 777,' 780, 781, 784,, 
786, 787, 795, 799, 802, 805, 814, 
815, 816, 819, 822, 839, 840, 843, 
845, 846, 847, 850, 852, 860, 862, 
867, 868, 875, 881, 886, 896, 916, 
928, 930, 944, 950, 966, 974, 978, 
983, 986, 991, 1016, 1018, 1024, 1026, 
1032. 

in Conv. 1788, 22. 1, 4, 7, 25, 27, 30, 

31, 34. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 36, 46, 49. 
in C. C, 20. 230, 270, 423, 455; 

21. 494. 

in Federal Conv., 20. 538, 542, 544. 

It. col., 20. 272, 460. 

losses at King's Mtn., 14. 675. 

nom. as Indian coms'r, 21. 117; for 
Fed. Conv., 21. 94, 100; for C. of 
S., 18. 114, 122, 174, 189, 340, 347, 
397, 420, 451, 459; for U. S. Sena- 
tor, 21. 253, 266, 614, 623. 

on com. of assembly, 16. 101, 112, 
116; 17. 277, 278, 295, 302, 314, 
360, 386, 401, 844, 850, 937, 938, 
946; 18. 15, 28, 31, 58, 94, 98, 102, 
127, 177, 245, 264, 329, 334, 



Mcdowell, Joseph, 



22 



McELYA, WM. 



orders ment'd, 16. 638. 

paper to, 16. 470. 

petition on Martinique debt, 21. 

252. 
pursues Ferguson, 15. 94. 
troops dispersed by Ferguson, 15. 

132, 133. 
trustee Univ., 25. 22. 
McDowell, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 

959. 
McDowell, Jos., (Tory), takes oath, 

22. 503, 
McDowell (McDowall), Jos., Jr., ex- 
tends Burke-Rutherford boundary, 
24. 957. 
goes against Cherokees, 10. 713. 
in assem., 20. 127, 128, 130, 133, 147, 
166, 180, 195, 230, 238, 239, 240, 
246, 275, 285, 286, 287, 285, 287, 
288, 314, 374, 479, 483; 21. 1, 3, 6, 
7, 12, 41, 47, 52, 66, 67, 68, 74, 77, 79, 
109, 115, 121, 130, 133, 154, 160, 
166, 179, 189, 244, 252, 264, 268, 
288, 294, 300, 305, 334, 344, 346, 
367, 372, 379, 383, 398, 403, 411, 
433, 623, 624, 766, 784, 797, 799, 
818, 847, 859, 871, 873, 875, 899, 
916, 918, 919, 924, 929, 930, 931, 
937, 939, 941, 946, 947, 958, 962, 
965, 969, 980, 985, 999, 1003, 1004, 
1006, 1007, 1008, 1012, 1013, 1021, 
1030, 1041, 1050. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 1, 7, 12, 26, 27, 

31, 35. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 36, 47, 48. 
nom. as Indian coms'r, 20. 561. 
McDowell, Joseph, Sr., goes against 

Cherokees, 10. 713. 
McDowell, Matt., witnesses treaty, 

18. 515. 
McDowell, Randal, patroler, 10. 451. 
McDowell, Robert, land grant to, 4. 

1047. 
McDowell, Thos., tory officer, 22. 197. 
McDowell Co., Cherokees invade, 10. 

712. 
McDowg, Jas., army rank, 16. 1108. 
McDowg, Sam'l., army rank, 16. 1108. 
McDuel, Lt., in militia, 15. 399. 
McDuffey, Daniel, congratulates 

Dobbs, 5. 334-335. 
McDuffle, Mr., on regulator campaign, 

8. 603. 
McDuffie, August, enlists, 22. 447. 
McDuffle, Daniel, 22. 412. 
McDuffie, Daniel, petitions on roads 
and ferries, 5. 164-6. 



McDuffie, John, petitions for Mc- 

Dugal, 9. 683-5. 
McDuffie, Neil, provision returns by, 
22. 465, 466, 469, 477, 478, 484. 
receipts for Burgwin and Co., 22. 

472. 
returns of, 22. 443. 
McDugal, Gen., reinforces Washing- 
ton, 11. 636, 639; 22. 971. 
McDugal, Jas., in militia, 22. 398. 
McDugal, James, offers to take oath, 

14. 200, 203. 
McDugal, Reynold, condemned for 
murder and petition for, 9. 683- 
685, 687. 
pardoned, 9. 816, 994. 
reprieved, 9. 687. 
McDugald, Col. Archibald, joins Fan- 
ning, 22. 206, 238. 
surrenders, 22. 215, 216. 
takes command of Tories, 22. 207, 
208, 210, 238; Tory officer, 22. 
199. 
McDugald, James, land grant asked 

for, 4. 453. 
Mace, Mr., 5. 1211. 
Mace, John, memorial, 20. 200, 203. 
Mace, Thos., lands to be resurveyed, 

4. 217. 

Mace, Wm., administration issued to, 

6. 759. 
Mace, Wm., estate administered on, 

6. 759. 
Mace, Wm., land grants to, 4. 594, 

643. 
Mace, Wm., road coms'r, 23. 222. 
Mace, Wm., Sr., claim allowed, 5. 980. 
Mace bearer, nomination for, 5. 714. 
McEachen, James, claims allowed, 10. 

574. 
McEachern, Archibald, loyalist, 10. 

598. 
McEahon, James, forced to betray 

secrets, 10. 603. 
MoEbbe, Joshua, army pay, 17. 232. 
McEller, John, pensioner, 22. 77. 
McEllwee, Jas., in militia, 22. 395. 
McElman, James, deputy surveyor, 

5. 814. 

McElroy, John, witness, 6. 992-993. 
McElroy, SamI, army rank, 16. 1112. 
McElroy, Wm., army rank, 16. 1112. 
McElvea, John, army pay, 17. 229. 
McElvee, Wm., petitions on land 

grants, 11. 250-253. 
McElver, Wm., petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1262. 
McElya, Wm., army rank, 16. 1122. 



McENBURG, HUMPHY 



23 



McGAMMIS, WILLIAM 



McEnburg, Humphy, in N. C. battal- 
ion, 13. 343. 

McEndar, Dennis, in militia, 22. 810. 

McEntire. See Mclntire, Mclntyre. 

McEntire, James, on character of 
Mills, 10. 609-610. 

McEntire, Robt., petitions, 19. 934. 

iVIcEntire, Wm., sick, 11. 729. 

McFadden, Capt., pursues Indians, 10. 
896, 897. 

IVIcFadden, James, juror, 22. 502, 503, 
505. 

IVIcFaddon, Adam, ensign, 10. 519. 

McFaddon, Thos., in militia, 22. 395. 

McFaddon, Thomas, petition on rent, 

9. 46-47. 

McFaden, Jeremiali, exempted, 9. 
458. 

IVIcFailin, Alexr, army rank, 16. 1115. 

McFall, IVlary, petition and bill in 
favor of, 21. 232, 310, 311, 395, 
600. 

IVIcFall, Neil, 21. 310. 
road coms'r, 23. 908. 

McFalls, , pardoned at King's 

Mtn., 10. 712-713. 

iVIcFalis, IVlrs. scalped, 10. 712. 

IVIcFalls, Arthur, pensioner, 22. 77. 

IVIcFalls' Mills, 22. 205, 206. 
Tories at, 15. 590; 22. 546, 549, 550. 

McFalter, Hennegan, exempted, 6. 
912. 

McFalter, John, exempted, 6. 912. 

McFarlan, Daniel, to petition Proprie- 
tors, 2. 244. 

McFarland, Mr., 9. 1230. 

McFarland, Alexr, petitions for par- 
don, 19. 525, 527. 

McFarland, David, in assembly, 25. 
159. 

McFarland, Duncan, in Conv. 1789, 22. 
38, 46, 49. 

McFarland, J no., in militia, 22. 384. 

McFarland, J no., petitions, 19. 935. 

McFarland, John, watch restored to, 

10. 8. 

McFarland, 'Malcolm, petitions for Mc- 

Dugal, 9. 683-685. 
McFarland, Peter, petitions, 19. 935. 
McFarland, Thos., petitions, 19. 935. 
McFarland, Wm., petitions, 19. 935. 
McFarland's, 5. 1212. 
McFartane, Morgan, army rank, 16. 

1120, 
McFarlen, John, land patent to, 6. 

341. 
McFarlin, Alexr, in army, 15. 723. 
McFarlin, Daniel, exempted, 7. 583. 



McFarlin, Dan'l, vestryman, 2. 209; 
23. 8. 

McFarlin, James, deposition on Indian 
skirmishes, 12. 71. 

McFarlin, John, quit rents of, 22. 242. 

M'Farlin, John, town coms'r., 24. 993. 

McFarlin, Wm., claims allowed, 22. 
403. 

McFarling, Capt., commands priva- 
teer, 13. 418. 

McFarling, John, petitions for divis- 
ion of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 

McFarling, Peter, petitions, 19. 934. 

McFarmer, Thomas, army pay, 17. 
231. 

McFarring, , fined, 9. 652. 

McFarring, James, fined, 9. 652. 

McFarshion, Henry, army pay, 17. 
231. 

McFarter, Archibald, rights proved, 
4. 603. 

McFashin, Caleb, army rank, 16. 1117. 

Mackfashion, Daniel, asks for lapse 
patent, 2. 452. 

McFashon, J no., in militia, 22. 323. 

Mc Father, Daniel, petitions for Mc- 
Dugal, 9. 683-684. 

McFather, John, petitions for Mc- 
Dugal, 9. 683-684. 

McFatter, Dan I., army rank, 16. 1113. 

McFeeters, Chas., in militia, 22. 281. 

M'Feren, Jas., in militia, 22. 397. 

McFerren, , charges of, 6. 782- 

783. .'1 

McFerson, , to be defeated, 14. 

464. ' '! 

McFerson, John, land grant asked for, 
4. 453. 

McFerson, Robert, land grant to, 4. 
1242-1243. 

McFeters, Daniel, resurvey to, 8. 272. 

McFoster, Simon, army pay, 17. 233.' 

McFurson, Andrew, refuses to pay 
tax, 2. 141, 142. 

McFurson, Daniel, refuses to pay 
tax, 2. 141, 142. 

McGachey, Neil I, enlists, 22. 445. 

McGaghey, John, in militia, 17. 1056. 

McGahey, James, ensign, 10. 320. 

McGalphin, Mr., 11. 161. 

McGammis, Adam, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-10. 

McGammis, James, petition on separa-i 
tion, 22. 705-10. 

McGammis, Thomas, petition on 
separation, 22. 705-10. 

McGammis, William, petition on sep- 
aration, 22. 705-10. 



McGARA, WM. 



24 



McGiST,- 



McGara, Wm., prisoner, 16. 483. 
McGarrett, George, army rank, 17. 

231. 
McGaskey, John, fined, 9. 652. 
McGaskey, John, Indian claim against, 

5. 31, 35. 

McGaunds, Jno., army rank, 16. 1119. 
McGaw, Col., position of regt. in army, 

12. 509. 
McGaw, Neel, army rank, 16. 1115. 
McGaw, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 

1242. 

McGee, , in assem., 19. 151. 

McGee, Capt., payment to, 22. 442. 
McGee, Andrew, land grants to, 4. 

950, 1034. 
McGee, Daniel, land grant to, 4. 1242. 
McGee, Harmon, pensioner, 22. 78. 
McGee, James, land grants to, 4. 950, 

1034. 
McGee, John, a J. P., 5. 813. 
M'Gee, John, act for him to inherit 

and recover estate, 24. 986. 
asks pardon for Welborn, 9. 26-7. 
bill for goods, 22. 455. 
bill to recover estate, 20. 492, 501, 

505; 21. 20, 24, 39, 41. 
estate settled, 17. 722. 
McGee, John, claims, 9. 487. 
McGee, John, claim allowed, 5. 979; 

6. 742. 

McGee, John, land grant to, 4. 950, 

1034, 1039, 1238, 1240, 1242. 
McGee, John, recommends Welborn, 

9. 25-26. 
McGee, John, to be capt. of militia, 

5. 365. 
McGee, Lawrence, quit rents of, 22. 

242. 
M'Gee, Michael, 24. 986. 
M'Gee, Michael, 24. 986. 
M'Gee, Moses, 24. 986. 
McGee, Peter, army pay, 17. 232. 

army rank, 15. 720; 16. 1108. 
McGee, Robert, land grant to, 4. 631. 
M'Gee, Wm., coms'r to locate C. H., 

25. 246. 
in assembly, 6. 428, 470, 514. 
McGee, Wm., land grant to, 4. 761 

1242, 1248. 
McGee, Wm., wounded, 18. 609. 
McGees, John, land grant to, 4. 952. 
McGee's, 19. 841. 

McGehee, Thos., army rank, 16. 1119. 
McGehee, Wm., In assembly, 6. 351, 

362, 377, 378, 379, 428, 470, 484, 

514; on com. of Assem., 6. 364. 
MeGennis, Jno., army rank, 16. 1122. 



McGew, Laurence, asks for lapsed 

land, 2. 302. 
McGlbban, Nell, army rank, 16. 1108. 
McGlbbany, Patrick, ensign, 10. 943. 
McGibbony, Lieut., on ct. of inquiry, 
15. 709. 
on court martial, 13. 370. 
stores to, 15. 597. 
McGibbony, Patk., army rank, 16. 

1110. 
McGIII, Capt., given permission to 

clear for N. Y., 10. 279. 
McGill, Maj., 14. 530, 577, 578, 631, 
635, 705. 
arrives at Richmond, 14. 575. 
to his father on battle of Camden, 
14. 584-585. 
McGill, Arch., land grant asked for, 

4. 454. 
McGill, Charles, arms to, 14. 400. 
McGill, Daniel, on regulation of Cross 

Creek, 15. 209-211. 
McGill, Jas., army rank, 16. 1110. 
McGill, John, dead, 15. 759. 
McGill, Wm., exempted, 4. 654. 
McGillivary (McGillivey, McGilby, 
McGilvary), Alex., 17. 521; 20. 
654; 21. 542, 543. 
cannot enforce treaty, 22. 791. 
Caswell to on encroachments on 
Creeks, 20. 619-20, 622; on move- 
ments of Indians, 14. 336. 
Johnston to on Indian treaties, 21. 

507, 508. 
letter from, 21. 250, 612; to, 20. 
553, 570; 22. 790; on treaty, 21. 
111. 
Martin to on losses and settlements 
on Tombigby, 22. 787-8; de- 
nounced by Ga., 22. 1006; justi- 
fied, 21. 691. 
position and influence of, 21. 437 

443. 
puts Creeks under Spanish protec- 
tion, 17. 91-92. 
seeks to form coalition of Indians, 

21. 509, 569. 
McGiliivray, Daniel, 21. 543. 
McGIII's, 15. 381. 

McGin, John, petitions on land grants, 

11. 250-253. 
McGinnis, Danl., army rank, 16. 1119. 
McGinnis, Jas., in militia, 22. 342. 
McGIrt, , skirmish with, 19. 957; 

22. 122. 
McGirt, Mr., 6. 144. 

McGist, , battle with, 22. 122. 



McGIVAL, JOHN 



25 



McGUIRE, THOS. 



McGival, John, stops survey, 5. 494. 

McGlahon, John, army pay, 17. 231. 

McGlaughlan, James, in jail, 22. 404. 

McGlaughlin, Alexr, army pay, 17. 
232. 

McGlauhan (ban, -han), Capt., ros- 
ter of Co., 16. 1005, 1014, 1015, 
1031, 1043, 1057, 1066, 1077, 1103, 
1114, 1125, 1129, 1135, 1146, 1157, 
1171, 1185. 

McGlauhan, Jno., army rank, 16. 1114. 

McGlauhlin, Jno., army rank, 16. 1111. 

McGlynn, Sergt., 8. 224. 

McGbin, David, army pay, 17. 231. 

McGoin's Creek, 15. ix. 

McGonnigal, Neal, pardoned, 12. 540. 

McGoon, George, regulators entry on 
cause of, 8. 236. 

McGoon, James, exempted, 7. 963. 

McGoon's Creek, 14. 658, 661, 667, 
669; 15. 90. 

McGound, John, army pay, 17. 232. 

McGoungle, Neil, court martialed, 12. 
532. 

McGoun's, 22. 425. 

McGowan, George, on patrol, 10. 25. 

McGowan, Wm., land grant to, 4. 765. 

McGowen, Bartholomew, tried for 
theft, 2. 588-589. 

McGowen, Geo., in militia, 22. 415. 

McGowen, Susana, tried for theft, 2. 
588-589. 

McGowen, Wm., in militia, 22. 415. 

McGraw, John, crier of court, 11. 710. 

McGraw, John, exempted, 8. 453. 

McGraw, Jos., army rank, 16. 1116. 

McGraw, Joseph, in army, 13. 520. 

McGraw, Rogers, army rank, 16. 1120. 

M'Gready, James, work, 5. 1216. 

McGregor, Alex., reports on miscon- 
duct of Collet, 10. 272-273. 

McGregor, Dougal, shipmaster, 0. 
1152. 

MacGregor, Wm., promoted in N. C, 
4. 926, 931, 933, 937, 938, 940. 

McGregore, Wm., Baptist preacher, 5. 
1175. 

McKgregory, Gregor, estate adminis- 
tered on, 2. 307. 

McKgregory, Patrick, estate adminis- 
tered on, 2. 307. 

McGregory, Wm., resigns as J. P., 18. 
31, 262, 264. 

McGrew, Martin, claim, 9. 486. 

McGruther, Alex., leaves State, 22. 
929. 

McGuckin, Bernard, allowance to re- 
jected, 19. 711. 



McGuffey, DanI, land grant to, 4. 766. 
M'Gui, John, petitions on land grants, 

9. 1260-1262. 
MacGuill, Maj., 14. 589. 
McGuire, (Gwire), Mr., 16. 937. 
McGuire, Mr., 22. 622. 

McGuire (McGwire), Mr., account bal- 
anced, 17. 171. 
estate of to be sold, 16. 984, 985. 
seeks to mitigate fortunes of Tories,' 

16. 998. 
to leave N. C, 16. 984, 985. 
to leave U. S., 17. 146. 
McGuire, Lt., wounded, 15. 638. 
McGuire, Daniel, witness, 20. 159, 

160, 161, 162. 
McGuire, Edward, juror, 22. 504, 506. 
Maguire, John, V. M., 22. 364. 
McGuire, Michl., army rank, 16. 1111. 
McGuire, Michal, in militia, 22. 422. 
McGuire, Neal, officer, 22. 719. 
McGuire, Patrick, pensioner, 22. 77. 
McGuire, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 325. 
McGuire, Silas, army rank, 16. 1109. 
McGuire, Thos., 8. 68. 
a J. P., 6. 1070; 7. 871. 
allowance to, 22. 857. 
answer to Rutherford's memorial on 
collection of quit rents, 9. 604-606. 
appears as attorney, 6. 1086. 
appoints Hooper King's atty., 7. 

838. 
arrears of salary due to, 9. 655. 
asked to forward warrants, 8. 706. 
asks resurvey, 6. 635, 766, 1088. 
atty. Gen., 7. 523, 530; 8. 163; 11. 

212; 13. 754, 756, 811. 
claims, 9. 590. 
election contested, 6. 1259, 1278- 

1279. 
enters complaints, 6. 771. 
in assem., 6. 1223, 1237, 1241, 1242, 
1243, 1244, 1258, 1259, 1264, 1268, 
1273, 1293, 1298, 1302, 1305, 1306, 
1317. 
in council, 9. 1207, 1211, 1215, 1243; 

10. 38-40; 11. 245. 
indicts Fanning, 8. 225. 
judge of admiralty, 6. 621. 

makes Boote his deputy, 10. 1; 

Brimage deputy attorney, 8. 508. 
nominated for council, 7. 248; 9. 

360, 375, 644, 695, 825, 973, 1105, 

1171, 1172. 
on com. of Assem., 6. 1260, 1263, 

1296. 
opinion on case of regulators, 9. 

337-339; on Hillsboro riots, 8. 251- 



McGUIRE, THOS. 



26 



MACKILWEAN, JAMES 



252, 255; on validity of Holt's 
action as sheriff, 7. 528. 
presents complaints, 6. 1064. 
resurvey to, 6. 772. 
sliips rice, 9. 364. 

summoned to Hillsboro court, 8. 

712; to trial of regulators, 8. 690; 

to compel attendance at S. C, 10. 

310. 
Tryon to on Hillsboro riots, 8. 679; 
on trial of regulators, 8. 695-696. 
urged to prosecute quit rent suits, 

8. 261. 
vice judge of admiralty, 7. 170. 
McGuire, Thos. declines to act as atty. 

Gen., 14. 317. 
McGuire, Thos. school trustee, 24. 

511. 
McGuire, Thos. takes hat, 10. 593. 
McGuire, Wm., prisoner, 16. 673. 

McGurra, . Tory, 14. 676. 

McGuyre, John, land grant to, 4. 1047. 
McHaffey, Thomas, asks for inspec- 
tion, 8. 80o. 
McHaffy, Wm., gun lost, 22. 450. 
Maohapunge (Maschapungo) River, 4. 

364, 391. 
Machard, Mathew, petition, 3. 405. 
McHaughan, Arch'd, petition on sep- 
aration, 22. 705-12. 
Macheel, Ant., Juror, 25. 187. 
Machelan, Bryan, juror, 4. 524. 
McHenderson, Mr., witness, 20. 322, 

323. 
McHenry, Mr., in C. C, 17. 556, 557, 

591; 18. 488, 671, 709. 
McHenry, Isaac, certificate to he is- 
sued to, 17. 315. 
resolve in favor of, 20. 33. 
McHenry, Wm., land grant to, 4. 1038. 

land plat to,. 4. 762. 
Machet, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 764. 
Machett, Edward, dropped as J. P., 

5. 993. 
Machisicl<, Capt., wounded, 19. 981- 

982. 
Machit, Jno., in militia, 22. 284. 
Machon, Clement, land grant to, 4. 
219. 
petitions for land, 4. 57. 
Machon, Henry, marshal, 12. 718. 
Machon, Moses, improves land, 4. 57. 

land grant to heirs, 4. 219. 
McHoney, Thomas, land grants to, 4. 

1246. 
McHorgue, William, In militia, 17. 
1056. 



McHue, . plantation awarded to, 

6. 783. 
McHugh, Wm., petitions for pardon, 

19. 525, 527. 
Mcllhanney, Thos., 6. 1084. 
Mcllhean, Maj., 14. 42. 
iMclloroy, Archibald, in militia, 22. 

331. 
Mcllroy, Archibald, land grant to, 4. 

642. 
Mackilroy, (Mcllroy), John, land grant 

to, 4. 950, 1038. 
Mcllroy, John, witness, 10. 986. 
Mcllroy, Wm., land grant to, 4. 1038. 
Mcllvail, Jno., in militia, 22. 374. 
Mcllvailly, John, regulator, 8. 79. 
Mcllvain. See McClewean, McClew- 
en, McKelwean, McLewain, Mack- 
lewean. 
Mcllvain, Andrew, witness, 16. 483. 
Mcllvain, James, witness, 16. 483. 
Mcllwaine, James, dropped as a J. P., 

5. 828. 
Mcllwane, Stringer, army rank, 16. 

1109. 
Mackilwean (Mcllwean, McKelweane, 
iMcKellwean, Macilwean, Mc- 
Lewean), Francis, affidavit by, 8. 
200. 
coms'r on boundary, 23. 630. 
in assem., 6. 841, 893, 902, 935, 1105, 
1108, 1109, 1118, 1130, 1152, 1170, 
1176, 1182, 1190, 1202, 1226, 1228, 
1266, 1274, 1276, 1277, 1294; 7. 48, 
70; 8. 106, '304, 309, 326, 332, 394, 
422, 444, 454; 9. 140,' 141, 143, 223. 
juror, 8. 528; 9. 692. 
land grants to, 4. 946, 947, 952, 959, 

965, 1050, 1241, 1246, 1248. 
major against regulators, 8. 576, 

580, 589, 592, 596, 598, 600. 
memorial on school, 7. 35-36. 
on claims com., 22. 855, 862. 
on com. of assemb., 5. 193; 6. 896, 
1153, 1263; 8. 288, 308, 309; 9. 106, 
141. 
recommends McCartney, 9. 61-62. 
reports on land riots in Anson, 6. 

793-796. 
rights proved, 4. 1035. 
surety, 9. 592-593. 
See also Macklewean, Francis. 
Mackilwean, James, 22. 319. 
Mackilwean (Mackilwean, MacklC' 
wain, McKilwean, McKelwain, 
McKelwean, McKlewean, McLC' 
wean, McLewain, McLeweane, 
Mclwean, Mclwane, McWean) 



McINNIS, NIEL 



27 



McKAY, CAPT. 



James, a J. P., 4. 346, 814, 951, 
1038, 1243; 5. 657. 
administration granted to, 4. 805. 
chairman com. of whole, 5. 197. 
dropped as J. P., 5. 828. 
in assembly, 4. 815, 823, 827, 828, 837, 
842, 855, 860, 902, 979, 980, 993, 
994, 995, 1004, 1006, 1016, 1054, 
1057, 1262, 1264, 1266, 1270, 1285, 
1290, 1293, 1296, 1321, 1334, 1335; 
5. 56, 182, 192, 198, 212. 
land grant to, 4. 343, 590, 635, 650, 
675, 709, 767, 799, 853, 855, 950, 
1047, 1240; patent to, 6. 1078, 
1083; to be resurveyed, 4. 954. 
on com. to examine and compare 

revisal, 4. 1000, 1011. 
petitions on roads and ferries, 5. 

164-166. 
rights proved, 4. 594. 
surveys lands, 5. 493-4. 
Mclnnis, Niell, values property, 22. 

232. 
Mclnroth, Maj., commands Hessians, 

14. 746, 748. 
Mclntire. See McEntire, Mclntyre. 
Mclntire, Andrew, claims, 9. 590. 
Mclntire, Chas., army rank, 16. 1121. 
Mclntire, Gilbert, army rank, 16. 1121. 
Mclntire, James, a J. P., 8. 149. 
Mclntire, Jas., army rank, 16. 1122. 
Mclntire, James, juror, 10. 2, 4; ex- 
cused, 10. 3. 
Mclntire, Wm., army rank, 16. 1112. 

Mackintosli, . , threatened by 

Chickasaws, 7. 280. 
Mcintosh, Alexander, petition, 21. 

778, 934. 
Macintosh, Alexander, petition on ex- 
change rate of bills, 6. 16-17. 
M'Intosh, Donald, in Conv. 1789, 22. 

37, 46, 49. 
Mcintosh, John, commissary of Chick- 
asaws, 7. 239. 
Mcintosh, Gen. Lachlan, 11. 820; 12. 
558; 13. 130; 15. 351, 412; 17. 
1050. 
at council of officers, 15. 27-9. 
at council of war, 14. 801, 805, 806, 

813-814. 
Blount to on Hopewell treaty, 17. 

578-580. 
commands N. C, troops, 1 1 . xv. 
gives certificate and discharge to 

Christian, 12. 606, 722.. 
letter of laid before Gen. Assembly, 
13. 400, 401. 



makes return of N. C. brigade, 12. 

661. 
Moultrie to on bad behaviour of 

prisoners, 14. 861. 
N. C. dragoons sent to, 13. 497. 
on Hopewell treaty com., 17. 582- 

586. 
prisoner, 14. 815. 
put in command of Nash's brigade, 

11. 700. 
quoted on value of plantation, 16. 

646. 
receives oath of allegiance, 13. 417, 

418, 419. 
recommends Christian, 13. 794. 
report on N. C. troops of, 13. 366, 
377, 391, 410, 423, 428, 531; at Val- 
ley Forge, 13. viii. 
return of N. C. troops under, 11. 

824. 
to Caswell on condition of N. C. 
troops, 13. 67-68. 
Mcintosh, Murdock, army rank, 16. 
1121. 
pensioner, 22. 75. 
Mcintosh, Wm., army pay, 17. 229. 
Mackintosh, Wm., land grant to, 4. 

968. 
Mcintosh, fort, 17. 161. 

treaty with Indians at, 17. 607. 
Mcintosh's, Va., 15. 383. 
Mclntyre. See McEntire, Mclntire. 
Mclntyre, Robt., petitions, 19. 935. 
Mclntyre, Wm., sick, 15. 703. 
Mel nty re's farm, 19. 969, 990. 
Mclver, Mr., aids Burke, 16. 41. 
Mclver, Lieut., prisoner, 10. 486. 
Mclver, Alexr., case of, 18. 216, 424, 
481. 
dropped as J. P., 20. 572. 
fails to be made J. P., 21. 138. 
petition, 18. 26, 255, 259, 271; re- 
port on, 18. 41, 42. 
Mclver, Alex., tory officer, 22. 197. 
Mclver, Collin, loyalist, 10. 600. 
Mclver, John, petitions for division of 

Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
Mclver, Sarah, petition, 18. 155. 
McJohn, Geo., takes oath, 22. 178. 
McKabe, Josh., army rank, 16. 1113. 
McKane, Geo., a J. P., and dead, 5. 

992. 
Mackane, John, juror, 4. 524. 
Mackane, Wm., juror, 4. 524. 
Mackay, ■ — — , petition of, 2. 316. 
McKay. See Mccay, McCay, McCoy, 

McKoy, Mackey. 
McKay, Capt, asks furlough, 5. 132. 



McKAY, COL. 



28 



McKEE, WM. 



claims discussed, 5. 128. 
MacKay, Col., leaves powder In Bath 

Co., 2. 20. 
McKay, Lieut., writes journal of siege 

of Wrights Bluff, 17. 1028. 
McKay, Alexander, 5. 1209. 
McKay, Alex., 22. 235. 
Mackay, Alexander, in militia, 22. 383. 
McKay, Alexander, in Prov. Cong., 10. 
165, 167, 172. 
on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 173. 
McKay, Alexr, loyalist, 10. 595. 
petitions Prov. Cong, for release, 
10. 888-9. 
Mackay, Alexr., resurvey granted to, 

5. 34. 
McKay, Alex., Jr., in militia, 22. 412. 
McKay, Archd, a J. P., 23. 993. 
McKay, Archibald, petition, 18. 218, 

355. 
McKay, Archibald, petition for, 19. 

351-2. 
McKay, Archibald, Scotch elder, 5, 

1197. 
McKay, Archibald, Tory officer. 22. 
210. 
to Leggett on Tory claims, 22. 234- 

5, 239. 
taltes command of Tories, 22. 207. 
McKay, Arthur, deputy surveyor, 0. 
1011. 
witness, 6. 1009. 
McKay, Edward, pensioner, 22. 75. 
McKay, Hector, 22. 235. 
McKay, Iver, petitions on roads and 
ferries, 5. 164-6; for McDugal, 9. 
683-5. 
Mackay, James, officer, 18. 450. 
petition, 13. 734«. 
town coms'r., 24. 777. 
McKay, James, takes oath, 22. 952. 
McKay, John, 22. 235. 
McKay, Jno., array rank, 16. 1118. 
McKay (McCay), John, in assembly, 
21. 1, 3, 47, 52, 66, 68, 74, 77, 109, 
115, 121, 130, 154, 160, 168, 189, 
193, 195, 199, 234, 264, 294, 305, 
308, 314, 344, 367, 372, 379, 382, 
411, 431, 738, 871, 873, 876, 927^ 
930, 937, 941, 946, 965, 980, 1004, 
1006, 1021, 1050, 1055. 
petition, 19. 436, 443, 478, 485, 776, 
827. 
McKay, John, petition on catching 

fish, 9. 87-88. 
McKay, John, voter, 15. 237. 
McKay, Malcolm, 22. 235. 
Tory officer, 22. 210. 



M'Kay, Thos., advertises watch, 12. 

519. 
Mackay, Thos., in militia, 22. 495. 
McKay, Thos., It. col., 20. 273, 461. 
Mackay, Wm., act for town on lands 
of, 24. 777-8. 
bill for town on lands of, 17. 303, 
305, 347, 363; 20. 62, 90. 
McKay, Wm., agrees not to attend as- 
sembly, 4. 1193. 
allowance to, 22. 863. 
claims, 4. 530. 

in assembly, 4. 388; 5. 672, 675, 677, 
713, 721, 723, 843, 857, 867; on 
com. of assembly, 5. 219, 239, 240, 
246, 500, 521, 523, 545, 547, 551, 
661, 690, 1034, 1043, 1060, 1084; 6. 
108, 119, 123, 125, 126, 133, 136, 
145, 156, 158, 150, 160, 171, 172, 
181, 195, 453, 483, 907. 
on claims com., 22. 817, 824, 863, 

866. 
witness, 4. 503. 

See also MacCay, Mackey, Wm. 
Mackayes, Indian depredations at, 2. 

29. 
McKay's Mills, patriots patrol at, 15. 

301. 
McKay's place, 5. 1197, 1209. 
Macke, John, in militia, 9. 58. 
McKeal, Jos., in militia, 22. 319. 
M'Kean, Alexr, owes State, 21. 1068. 
McKean, Jno., army rank, 16. 1118. 
McKean, Thos., to Caswell introduc- 
ing Porster, 1 1 . 662. 
McKeaney, James, asks for new 

county, 9. 92. 
McKeathen, David, major, 20. 460. 

McKee, , paroled, 14. 437. 

McKee, Capt., prisoner, 14. 817. 
Mackee, Col., payment to, 5. 803. 
McKee, Alex., pensioner, 22. 75. 
McKee, Andrew, paroled, 14. 437. 
MacKee, Daniel, law suit, 2. 81. 
MacKee, Daniel, law suit, 2. 81. 
McKee, David, paroled, 14. 437. 
McKee, Jno., army rank, 18. 1120. 
McKee, John, paroled, 14. 437. 
McKee, R., Baptist minister, 5. 1184. 
McKee, Robert, land grant to, 4. 1238. 

rights proved, 4. 1238. 
McKee, Thomas, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 
McKee, Wm., a J. P., 22. 703. 
McKee, Wm., and parole, 19. 17. 

army rank, 16. 1120. 
McKee, Wm., in militia, 22. 382. 
McKee, Wm., land grant to, 4. 1249. 



McKEE, WM. 



29 



McKENZIE, KENNETH 



McKee, Wm., petitions, 19. 933. 

McKee, Wm., to receive lead, 11. 304. 

McKee, Wm., Sr., a J. P., 4. 1039. 

M'Keel, Anthony, land grant to, 4. 
853. 

M'Keel, Edmund, owes State, 21. 1071. 

Mackeel, Eliza, petition of, 2. 485-486. 

McKeel, James, Jr., exempted, 6. 1155. 

Mackeel, John, obtains letters of ad- 
ministration, 2. 564. 
petition, 2. 485-486. 

McKeel, Jnc, juror, 4. 519. 

McKeel, John, land grant to, 4. 675. 

McKeel, Michael, army pay, 17. 233. 
army rank, 13. 519; 16. 1116. 

McKeel, Thomas, juror, 4. 519. 

McKeel, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 249. 

Mackeel, Thomas, to audit estate, 2. 
486. 

McKeele, Edmd, It. col., 20. 272, 460. 

McKeel's, inspection at, 23. 641, 792; 
25. 379. 

McKeen, Geo., a J. P., 4. 1038. 
land grant to, 4. 896, 963. 

McKeithen, Alexander, claim allow- 
ed, 6. 739. 

McKein, James, witness, 10. 911. 

McKelthan, John, pensioner, 22. 75. 

McKeithen. See McKethen, McKith- 
en. 

McKeithen, Archibald, petitioner for 
McDougal, 9. 683-684. 

McKeithen, Dan I., major, 20. 272, 460. 

McKeithen, Donald, petitions for Mc- 
Dugal, 9. 683-684. 

McKeithen, Duncan, petitions for Mc- 
Dugal, 9. 683-684. 

McKeithen, Gilbert, petitions for Mc- 
Dugal, 9. 683-684. 

M'Kellope, Neal, in militia, 22. 396. 

McKelt, Chas., army pay, 17. 231. 

McKelwean. See Mcllvain, Mackil- 
wean. 

McKelwean, James, land grant to, 4. 
767. 

McKendree, Wm., in militia, 17. 1042. 

McKenna, James, contests election, 
15. 189. 
taxable, 15. 192. 

McKenney, Daniel, voter, 15. 237. 

McKenney, Saml., army rank, 16. 
1122. 

McKenney, Wm., and horses, 17. 856. 

McKenney, Wm., land grant to, 4. 
960. 

McKennie, Christian, bill to dock en- 
tails left to, 5. 1026, 1029, 1032- 
1033, 1053-1054, 1071, 1072, 1077. 



McKennie, Wm., Jr., town coms'r., 24. 

875. 
M'Kennie, Wm., Sr., town coms'r., 24. 

875. 
Mackenny, Barnaby, a justice, 2. 473. 
McKenny, John, petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1263. 
McKenny, Mathew, in militia, 22. 376. 
McKenny, Robt., army rank, 16. 1118. 
McKenny's Ford, 10. 882. 
McKensie. See McKenzie, McKinzie. 
McKensie, Mrs., asks leave to go on 

Br. vessel, 13. 387. 
McKensie, Robert, petitions for Fields, 

10. 803-804. 
McKensie, Rev. Wm., 10. 304. 

McKensy, , cited, 15. 678. 

McKensy, Jas., army rank, 16. 1121. 
McKenzie, Mr., nom. for delegate to 

C. C, 19. 627. 
McKenzie, Mr., on com. of assem., 8. 

111. 
McKenzie, Capt., pensioner, 10. 486. 
to ask leave to return to N. C, 10. 

890. 
McKenzie, Lieut., killed, 15. 756, 757. 
McKenzie, Christian, petition, 18. 

130, 144, 364, 453, 461. 
McKenzie, Daniel, army pay, 17. 231. 
McKenzie, Geo., petition, 21. 778, 932. 
Mackenzie, J., 16. 976. 
Mackenzie, James Stuart, at Privy 

Council, 11. 213-215. 
McKenzie, John, loyalist, 10. 597. 
McKenzie, John, memorial, 21. 744, 

829, 835, 890, 892, 1007. 
petitions for exchange, 15. 150. 
proposed as an exchange for Bor- 
deaux and reasons, 15. 159-160. 
sent to Phila., 11. 295. 
tory officer, 22. 210. 
McKenzie, John, trustee, 24. 984. 
McKenzie (McKinnie), Kenneth, a J. 

P., 9. 293; 15. 693; 23. 994. 
in assem., 8. 107, 147, 304; 13. 532, 

533, 553, 624, 736, 753, 825, 858, 

883, 894, 898; 17. 635, 705, 795. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 165, 167, 172, 

501, 506, 523. 
major, 10. 205, 531; 12. 600, 708; 

13. 393. 
on com. of assem., 13. 544, 573, 590, 

641, 698, 739, 790; 17. 637, 686, 

721, 768, 819, 826, 844, 906, 916, 

938; 18. 13, 37, 63, 150, 240, 267, 

283, 292, 296, 299, 372. 
on S. C. of Edenton Dist, 10. 215. 



McKENZIE, KENNETH 



30 



MACKIE, WM. 



owes state, 21. 1070. 

petitions for Windsor as C. H., 9. 

804-805. 
refuses to sign Ass'n of C. C, 9. 

1152. 
reports on militia, 22. 211. 
to Caswell on troops, 14. 239. 
to Nash on drafts and money, 22. 
521; on Martin Co. drafts and 
volunteers, 14. 838-839. 
McKenzie, Kenneth, leaves state, 22. 

929. 
McKenzie, Sam., to Burke on public 
affairs, 11. 713-714; on rank and 
hospital matters, 1 1 . 445 ; on sup- 
plies, etc., 15. 698-699. 
Mackenzie, Wm., hill to erect town on 
land, 17. 392. 
coms'r on D. S. Canal, 25. 91. 
in assem., 18. 227, 228, 284, 297, 
311, 312, 317, 344, 345, 346, 351, 
360, 361, 362, 376, 389, 412, 429, 
445(?), 469, 478. 
nom. for C. of S., 21. 251, 611. 
Mackenzie, Wm., reports on New 

Hanover Co., 22. 382-6. 
McKenzie and Davies, furnish sup- 
plies, 22. 279. 
Mackenzies, the, join Pretender, 6. 

1195. 
McKenzie's, 22. 996. 
McKenzie's Battalion, 14. 599. 
Mackenzy, Wm., in militia, 22. 306, 

311. 
McKerral, Jackey, 21. 511, 514. 
McKethan, John, sells steers, 22. 613. 
McKethan, John, visits Caswell, 13. 

145. 
McKethen. See McKeithen, McKith- 

en. 
McKethen, John, Sr., petition, 21. 

323-324, 418, 657, 681. 
Mackey. See Macay, McCoy, McKay, 
McKoy. 

Mackey, , insults Porter, 3. 364. 

Mackey, Indian chief, 2. 528. 
Mackey (Mackay), Col., behaviour, 2. 
45-46. 
commands troops at Neuse, 1. 874. 
goes to Charleston, 2. B2. 
sloop hired, 2. 45, 53. 
McKey, Alex., land grant asked, 4. 

454. 
Mackey, Alozp., causes arrest of men 

for mutiny, 1. 870. 
McKey, Arthur, enlists, 22. 430. 
Mackey, Caleb, In militia, 22. 353. 
McKey, Dougal, army rank, 18. 1121. 



Mackey, Isaak, in militia, 22. 315. 
Mackey, Iver, in militia, 22. 384. 
McKey, Jno., army rank, 16. 1121. 
Mackey, John, vestryman, 2. 209; 23. 

8. 
Mackey, John, error for Starkey, 6. 

209. 
McKey, John, prisoner, 14. 710. 
Mackey, John, Sr., road coms'r, 23. 

221. 
Mackey, Thos., a J. P., 23. 994. 
Mackey, Thos., in militia, 22. 353. 
TVIackey, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 

636. 
Mackey, Thos., money from, 21. 1064. 
owes state, 21. 1069. 
petition, 21. 785, 944. 
Mackey (Makey), Wm., a J. P., 4. 713. 
a tanner, 3. 513. 
arrests Moseley, 3. 516-517. 
building coms'r, 23. 747. 
claims, 3. 282, 319; 4. 149. 
deputy provost marshal, 3. 320. 
in assem., 5. 894, 1008, 1009, 1032, 
1034, 1038, 1069, 1075, 1080, 1085, 
1086; S. 123, 125, 126, 133, 145, 
149, 156, 171, 172, 181, 195, 196, 
356, 390, 391, 394, 395, 421, 427, 
430, 470, 478, 505, 514, 662, 800, 
893, 903, 1152. 
juror, 4. 520. 
ordered to summon council, 3. 415- 

16. 
petition on trade, 5. 321-324. 
provost marshal, 4. 1180. 
report on public claims, 5. 975-986; 

6. 209-215, 738-744. 
Smith's charges against, 4. 21, 22. 
surety, 6. 735-736. 
takes exorbitant fees, 3. 591. 
■witness, 5. 978. 

See also Mackie, MacCay, Macky, 
MacKay. 
Mackey, Wm., to account for moneys, 

23. 593. 
Mackey's Ferry, 5. 886, 920; 13. 301: 

25. 2. 
Mackey's Mills, 15. 143. 

Br. at, 15. 571. 
Mackey's Point, 3. xvili. 
McKezIck, Daniel, dist. auditor, 24. 

387. 
Mackie, Capt., deceives negro, 2. 702. 
Mackie, Denman, dead, 22. 412. 
Mackie, John, to bring suit, 10. 433. 
Mackie, Robert, petitions for new 

charter, 9. 79-80. 
Mackie, Wm., juror, 2. 821, 830. 



MACKIE, WM. 



31 



McKINNEY, JOHN 



Mackie, Wm., juror, 4. 525. 

Mackie, Wm., navigation coms'r, 25. 

460. 
Mackie, Wm., prosecution against, 3. 

231. 
McKiel, Thos., army rank, 16. 1116. 
McKight, Patrick, army pay, 17. 231. 
IVIcKiken, Alexander, land grant to, 4 

1250. 
McKinne. See McKinney, McKinnie, 

Macquinny. 
McKiken (IVIcKikin), Daniel, fine re- 
mitted, 4. 634. 
land grant, 4. 948. 
rights proved, 4. 601. 
McKlkin, Alexander, land grant to, 4. 

964, 965. 
IVIcKikin, Duncan, rights proved, 4. 

601. 
IVIcKildo CIVlcKildoe), John, a J. P., 9. 
60, 61. 
act for his heirs to collect taxes, 23. 

922-3. 
bill to collect tax, 9. 399, 402, 406, 
409, 444, 503, 507, 513, 517, 522, 
523, 584, 660. 
debts due by, 8. 280-281. 
deputy sheriff, 22. 40. 
dues from as sheriff, 9. 573. 
McKildo, J no., in militia, 22. 326. 
McKiilisse, Wm., In militia, 22. 326. 
McKilware, Capt., movements report- 
ed, 5. 136. 
McKim, Mr., note of surrendered, 10. 

576. 
McKimine, Jno., in militia, 22. 396. 
McKinie, John, a J. P., 23. 995. 
McKlnley, Danl., army rank, 16. 1115. 
McKinley, Jno., army rank, 16. 1122. 
M'Klniy, Jno., in militia, 22. 397. 
McKinne, Capt., 22. 480. 
Mackinne (Mackenny, McKinne, Mac- 
Kennie), Barnaby, 2. 808. 
a justice of general court, 2. 473- 
476, 542-551, 572, 585, 645-663, 666- 
672, 686-703, 829-834. 
a J. P., 2. 526, 540, 570, 607. 
asks for lapse patent, 2. 501. 
daughter of deserted, 2. 704. 
in assembly, 4. 115. 
juror, 2. 585. 
quit rents of, 22. 242. 
vestryman, 25. 210. 
MacKinne (McKinny, McKinney) 
Barnabas, a J. P., 4. 346. 
act to dock entails made by, 25. 465- 
7. 



caveat against executors, 6. 759. 
entails left by to be docked, 5. 
1026, 1029, 1032-1033, 1053-1054, 
1071, 1072, 1077. 
leaves bequests, 6. 383, 384, 481-482. 
leaves land in entail, 6. 746, 747. 

McKinne, Barabee, claim allowed, 
18. 318. 

McKinne, Bar., Jr., quit rents of, 22. 
244. 

McKinne, John, quit rents of, 22. 244. 

McKinne (McKinney, McKinnie), 
Richard, 21. 137. 
in assembly, 16. 2, 3, 127, 156, 165; 
18. 227, 228,284,298,311,312,317, 
323, 344, 346, 350, 357, 361, 362, 
363, 364, 376, 389, 399, 407, 412, 
429, 440, 443, 445, 469, 470, 471, 
478; 19. 144, 172, 234, 235, 258, 
262, 282, 286, 295, 299, 324, 334, 
354, 359, 395; 20. 120, 121, 127, 
141, 167, 168, 174, 230, 238, 239, 
240, 246, 276, 285, 287, 288, 325, 
478, 502, 514, 516, 519, 520, 523, 
524, 526, 527, 530, 536, 543, 545, 
546, 550, 554, 555, 567, 568; 21. 
6, 126, 198, 201, 241, 264, 581, 598, 
601, 668, 679; 21. 1002, 1003, 1004, 
1006, 1012, 1015, 1021, 1031, 1032, 
1042. 
in conv. 1788, 22. 7, 26, 28, 31, 32. 
in conv. 1789, 22. 39, 47, 48. 
on com. of assem., 18. 89, 223, 230, 

292, 321. 
seizes prisoners, etc., 18. 272, 274, 
319, 322, 379, 393, 396, 400, 460-461. 
to pay account, 18. 156, 164. 

McKinne, Richard, petitions for re- 
peal of tax on free negroes, 6. 
982-983. 

MacKinne, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 242. 

McKinne, Wm., recommends McCart- 
ney, 9. 61-2. 

McKinne, Wm., resigns as col., 21. 
323, 658, 665. 

McKinne, Wm., surety, 9. 592-593. 

McKinne, Wm., witness, 22. 475. 

McKinnen, Laughlln, loyalist, 10. 598. 

McKinnen, Rory, loyalist, 10. 598. 

McKinne's Land'g (Barn., Sr.), quit 
rents paid at, 25. 218. 

McKinney, Lieut., resigns, 12. 491. 

McKinney, Christian, land devised to, 
25. 466-7. 

McKinney, James, votes, 15. 237. 

McKinney, John, juror, 10. 2. 

McKinney, John, juror, 10. 4, 6, 8. 



McKINNEY, JOHN 



32 



Mcknight, john 



M'Kinney, John, land devised to, 25. 

465. 
McKinney, John, on Tryon S. C, 10. 

120, 424. 
signs test, 10. 297. 
McKinney, Jos., in militia, 22. 421. 
McKinney, Richard, lands devised to, 

25. 465. 
McKinney, Wm., and impressment of 

horses, 17. 943. 
McKinney, Wm., land grant to, 4. 1036. 
McKinney, Wm., enters caveat, 6. 761. 
McKinney, Wm., pensioner, 22. 75. 

McKinnie, , brings suit, 9. 1019. 

McKinnie, Mr., 8. 703. 
McKinnie, Maj., 18. 87. 
McKinnie, Barnaby (gr. son), petition 

for docking of entail, 6. 383, 384,' 

387, 481-482, 485. 
See also McKinne. 
McKinnie, Benj., land grant to, 4. 592. 
McKinnie, James, 10. 557. 
McKinnie, James, ensign, 10. 518, 571. 
McKinnie, John, estate to, B. 383, 482. 
McKinnie, Richard, estate to, 6. 383, 

384, 481, 482. 
McKinnie, Robt., a J. P., 23. 994. 
McKinnie, Wm., allowance to, 22. 862. 
dues from as sheriff, 9. 574. 
in assem., 8. 106, 107, 111, 117, 121, 

133, 138, 145,294,303,304,314,321, 

326, 327, 332, 347, 385, 386, 419, 

422, 426, 427, 432, 444, 454; 9. 122, 

140, 141, 161, 192, 193. 217, 218, 

223, 1188. 
in Prov. Cong., 9. 1042, 1049, 1178; 

10. 500. 
major, 10. 206, 531. 
on com. of assem., 8. 90, 110, 111, 

309. 
McKinnie, Wm., Sr., boundary coms'r, 

24. 290. 

McKinny, Robert, army pay, 17. 229. 
McKinsaih, Archibald, road coms'r, 

25. 480. 

McKinsey, Alex., army rank, 16. 1122. 
McKinsey, Hugh, army rank, 16. 1120. 
McKinsey, Wm., army rank, 16. 1120. 
McKinsey, Wm., army rank, 16. 1121. 
Macl<inton, Wm., land grant to, 4. 

968. 
McKinzie. See McKenzie. 
McKlnzie, Benj., ch. com. of assem., 

22. 994. 
M'Kinzle, Wm., In conv. 1788, 22. 2, 

6, 25, 28, 29, 32. 
McKirmin, Daniel, exempted, 9. 786. 
McKlsack, Archibald, a J. P., 5. 654. 



MacKlssack, Archibald, a J. P., 6. 1070. 

McKissack, Archibald, representation 
on troubles from negroes, etc., 9. 
768. 

McKissick, Col., 18. 288. 
testimony quoted, 17. 407. 

McKissick, Archibald, road coms'r, 23. 
754. 

McKissick, Dan'l, building coms'r, 24. 
472. 
in assembly, 17. 265, 266, 293, 297, 
304, 354, 359, 364, 365, 366, 368, 
387, 391, 394, 395, 406, 424; 18. 
227, 228, 257, 297, 311, 312, 317, 
344, 345, 346, 351, 357, 361, 362, 
376; 19. 444, 494, 603, 613, 614, 
622, 643, 667, 671, 675, 676, 682, 
688, 714, 749, ,767, 773, 776, 794, 
804, 816, 822, 824, 835; 20. 54, 102; 
on com. of assem., 17. 268, 343, 
402, 403; 18. 9, 83, 102, 237, 316, 
334. 
petition, 20. 32, 487, 501; 21. 14, 

17, 34, 39. 
resigns as J. P., 18. 179-180, 391. 
to ask arms and ammunition from 
Charleston, 10. 163. 

McKissick, Jno., in militia 307. 

McKissick, Jno., in militia, 22. 371. 

McKissick's Road, 18. 80. 

McKlthen. See McKeithen, McKethen. 

McKlthen, Duncan, army rank, 16. 
1120. 

McKlthen, James, to take oath, 22. 
936. 

McKlthen, John, army rank, 16. 1120. 
furnishes cattle, 16. 208. 

McKlarty, Alexander, petitions for 
McDugal, 9. 683-684. 

McKlarty, James, petitions for Mc- 
Dugal, 9. 683-684. 

McKnight. See McNight. 

McKnight, Andrew, receives clothing, 
16. 619. 

McKnight, Chas., in militia,, 22. 398. 

McKnight, Dugald, leaves state, 22. 
929. 

McKnight, Hugh, in militia, 22. 398. 

McKnight, Hugh, petition against mar- 
riage act, 9. 623-624. 

McKnight, James, petition against 
marriage act, 9. 623-624. 

McKnight, John, buys land for Presby- 
terian church, 7. 857-859. 

McKnight, Jno., in militia, 22. 398. 

McKnight, Jno., In militia, 22. 398. 

McKnight, John, land grant to, 4. 219. 



Mcknight, thos. 



33 



McKUEN, PATKICK 



McKnight (Macknight), Thos., 21. 
743, 888. 

bill to confiscate property of, 12. 
149. 

character, 9. 636. 

commissioners on estate of, 12. 57- 
58, 59, 68. 

com. to consider seizing estate of, 
10. 505, 546. 

conveys land for chapel and trustee, 
25. 140-5; and trustee, 9. 638; 23. 
960. 

estate to be sold and rented, 10. 
961-962, 976. 

Howe on affairs of, 1 1 . 263. 

in assem., 6. 800; 8. 106, 304, 320, 
323, 326, 329, 340, 345, 356, 357, 
381, 389, 407, 410, 413, 422, 444, 
452, 454, 463, 464, 465, 466, 473; 9. 
159, 161, 164, 173, 194, 209, 216, 
223, 300, 407, 408, 423, 430, 441, 
447, 448, 452, 453, 457, 4.67, 478, 
480, 512, 513, 514, 525, 532, 545, 
565, 571, 587, 734, 837, 857, 876, 
877, 883, 902, 919, 930, 952, 1188, 
1189. 

in Pro- Cong., 9. 1178, 1180. 

leaver yince, 10. 575. 

Martin on loyalty and work of, 10. 
655, 656. 

negroes hired out by public, 13. 747, 
748, 802. 

nominated for council, 9. 1172, 1243. 

on claims com., 22. 818. 

on com. of assem., 8. 288, 308, 386; 
9. 381, 484, 493, 501, 502, 838, 884, 
1197, 1201. 

part owner of the Johnston, 11. 755. 

property confiscated, 19. 672; 24. 
263, 424; taken in hand by a 
committee, 10. 417, 565, 568, 570; 
" to be seized, 1 0. 961. 

refuses to sign ass'n of cont. cong., 
9. 1181, 1184. 

sells land, 24. 529. 

size of estate, 10. 656. 

slaves of confiscated by state, 
19. 872; discussed, 12. 144, 303; 
14. 382; seized, 10. 529-530; hired 
to Iron Works, 11. 387; 12. 629, 
697; 13. 747, 748, 802; to be hired 
out, 12. 145, 151, 303, 314. 

to Johnston on the tendency to In- 
dependence, 10. 249-250. 

to Jones (J.), on his refusal to sign 
Association of C. C, 10. 31-37. 

town comS'r, 25. 399. 



withdraws from Prov. Cong., and 

character, 9. 1227. 
McKnight, Thos., tory officer, 22. 198. 
McKnight, Tobias, lands to be resur- 

veyed, 4. 217. 
McKnight, Wm., in militia, 22. 398. 
McKnight, Wm., petition against mar- 
riage act, 9. 623-624. 
McKnight's Bluff, 4. 280. 
McKnit, J., 10. 870/. 
McKnitt family, 5. 1224. 
McKnitts Road, 14. 659, 661, 777. 
McKon, Francis, on com. of cor., 0. 

1073. 
McKonky, Mary, land grant to, 4. 

638. 
Mackoone, Robert, commissioned 

against Indians, 2. 904. 
McKorkle. See McCorkle. 
McKorkle, Alex., Sr., 24. 980. 
McKoun, James, petition against mar- 
riage act, 9. 623-624. 
McKown, John, petitions for McDu- 

gal, 9. 683-685. 
McKown, Robert, petitions for Mc- 

Dugal, 9. 683-685. 
McKown, Wm., petitions for McDu- 

gal, 9. 683-685. 
released from cont. service, 12. 61- 

62. 
McKoy. See Macay, McCay, McCoy, 

McKay, Maokey, Mackie, Macky. 
McKoy, Alex'r, Jr., in militia, 22. 473. 
Mackoy, Anne, guardians for, 2. 240. 
McKoy, Francis, on regulation of 

Cross Creek, 15. 209-211. 
McKoy, James, act to collect back 

taxes, 23. 871; 25. 521-2. 
Mackoy, James, guardians for child of, 

2. 240. 
McKoy, John, on regulation of Cross 

Creek, 15. 209-211. 
McKoy, John, to be tried for assault. 

4. 760. 
McKoy, Wm., a J. P., 4. 683. 

land grant to, 4. 588. 
McKoy, Wm., in militia, 17. 1054. 
Mackreel, Thomas, appraiser, 2. 80. 
IVIack's Ferry, 15. vi. 
McKubbin. See McCubbin. 
McKubbin, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 

759. 
Mackubin, Howard, in militia, 22.325. 
Mackublns, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 324. 
Mackuen, Charles, pay to, 22. 499. 
McKuen, John, appraiser, 2. 69. 
McKuen, Patrick, appraiser, 2. 69. 



3-3 



MACKY, ALEXR. 



34 MACLAINE, ARCHIBALD 



Macky, Alexr., officer In Cherokee ex- 
pedition, 2. 258. 
Macky, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 628. 

rights proved, 4. 625. 
Macky, Wm., a J. P., 4. 345. 
deputy marshal, 3. 389, 390. 
witness, 3. 406. 
Macky, Wm., in militia, 22. 310. 

McKysack, , dropped as a J. P., 

5. 828. 
McLachlen, James, land grant asked 

for, 4. 453, 454. 
McLacolin, John, army pay, 17. 234. 
McLadden, Alex., pensioner, 22. 77. 
McLain. See McClain, Maclaine, 
McClane, McClean, McLane, Mc- 
Layn, McLean, Maclean, McLeane. 
McLain, Capt., 22. 207. 
Maclain, Maj., Martin to on return of 

Tories, 16. 714-715. 
McLain, Alex., 19. 90. 
McLain, Donald, takes oath, 22. 949. 
McLain, Hugh, army rank, 16. 1121. 
McLain, Jos., 19. 90. 
McLain, Sarah, petition, 19. 90, 95, 

105. 
McLain, Wm., army rank, 16. 1122. 

McLaine, , taxable, 15. 192. 

Maclaine, , brother to Archibald, 

16. 1001; IT. 150, 151, 154, 157. 
Maclaine, Mr., 15. 72.- 
Maclaine, Mr., 16. 785. 
McLaine, Col., 12. 483. 
^Maclaine, Lt. Col., to be aided by Mar- 
tin, 10. 248. 
iMaclaine, Maj. (Br.), flags of not to 

be seized, 16. 418, 422. 
Maclaine, A., 16. 1001. 
Maclaine (McLain, McLane, McLaine), 
Archibald, 11. 678, 694, 697, 786, 
808, 809, 825; 13. 371, 374, 471; 
16. 264. 
a leader, 18. iv. 
:administrator, 24. 926. . 
allowance to, 18. 203. 
attacked by rioters in Bladen, 16. 

720. 
Caswell to on delay In movement 
of 10th regt., 11. 679-681; on pay- 
ment for iron works, 1 1 . 413. 
charges against, 19. 305, 307, 308, 

319-320. 
claim paid, 19. 165. 
code coms'r, 23. 987. 
comes from Ireland, 16. 996. 
commls'r on exports, 10. 473-474. 
complaints of, 6. 1077. 
correspondence ment'd, 16. xi. 



gifts to wife, 22. 298-299. 
helps "draft count system, 24. iii. 
in assembly, 12. 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 12, 56, 
70, 93, 122, 138, 144, 146, 148, 149, 
176, 179, 189, 201, 219, 252; 16. 
945; 17. 134, 150, 269, 283, 303, 
304, 312, 320, 321, 322, 323, 332, 
343, 347, 348, 354, 359, 360, 364, 
365, 366, 368, 371, 387, 389, 391, 
394, 395, 396, 400, 402, 406, 412, 
419, 421, 676, 692, 696, 705; 19. 
135, 139, 151, 164, 184, 234, 235, 
236, 239, 249, 262, 266, 270, 282, 
283, 286, 289, 292, 295, 304, 305, 
306, 307, 319, 320, 325, 326, 330, 
332, 340, 348, 349-351, 406, 408, 412, 
422, 489, 490, 491, 499, 548, 581, 586, 
588, 594, 597, 608, 613, 614, 622, 
627, 639, 640, 643, 650, 671, 675, 
676, 688, 690, 702, 718, 719, 728, 
731, 732, 736, 743, 751, 763, 764, 
765, 767, 773, 798, 800, 805, 816, 
821, 823, 824, 830, 832; 20. 6, 14, 
16, 31, 38. 
in conv. 1788, 22. 4, 6, 7, 12, 25, 26, 

27, 29, 32, 34. 
In Prov. COng., 10. 141, 152, 166, 167, 

173, 193, 913, 916, 960. 
judge, 13. 584. 689, 691; resigns as 

judge, 13. 754, 755, 807, 808. 
letter ment'd, 16. 509(?); quoted, 

13. 361. 
makes charges against judges, 

18. vi, 136-142, 194, 421-425. 
Martin to on seizure of Tories for 

retaliation, etc., 16. 416-419. 
memorial in favor of Smith, 6. 58- 

60. 
Nash to on magazines, etc., 15. 68. 
nom. as delegate to C. C, -16. 90; 
17. 856, 870, 941, 970; 19. 57; for 
Board of War, 17. 704, 783. 
on Board of War, 14. 769. 
on com. of assem., 12. 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 
10, 11, 17, 22, 28, 29, 114, 115, 124, 
126, 131, 135, 139, 141, 143, 170, 
204, 209, 221, 228, 229, 230, 240, 
251, 253, 266, 267, 270, 282,. 286, 
291, 293, 297, 301, 302, 306, 335, 390, 
400, 412, 437; 17. 276, 284, 304, 
305, 307. 358, 360, 374, 676,- 678, 
706, 757, 768, 785; 18. 13, 28, 41, 
58, 63, 74, 98, 127, 217, 240, 258, 
272, 283, 290, 296, 299, 325, 348, 
400, 421, 425, 442; 22. 779, 783. 
on com. of cor. of Wilmington S. C. 

10. 72, 74, 91-2. 
on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. xxiii, 



MACLANE, ARCHIBALD 



35 



MACLANE, WM. 



173, 175, 918, 924, 925, 935, 937, 
942, 956, 963, 965, 967, 971, 973, 
979, 981, 991, 996. 

on com. to call Prov. Cong., 9. 1016. 

on confiscation act, 15. 203-205. 

on S. C. of Wilmington, 9. 1089, 
1090, 1098, 1103-1104, 1107, 1109, 
1111, 1112, 1118, 1120, 1122, 1126, 
1128, 1149, 1150, 1151, 1153, 1166, 
1168, 1185, 1265; 10. 12, 15, 24, 
50, 64, 68, 69, 72, 89, 93, 112, 141, 
151, 263, 279, 334, 335, 336, 345, 
348, 363, 388, 389, 393, 405, 410, 
411, 412, 418, 419, 420, 425, 426, 
431. . 1 

on S. C. of Wilmington Dist., 1 0. j 
214. 

petition, 20. 148, 153, 166, 176, 185, 
329, 352, 386; for new charter, 9. 
79-80; on cattle and hides, 5. 745- 
746. 

prosecutes Hunt, 18. 167. 

school trustee, 24. 511. 

surety, 10. 411. 

surrenders charter of Campbelton, 
0. 270-271. 

to Burke on books, confiscation and 
Hooper, 16. 246-250; on Br. In 
Wilmington, 22. 536-8; move- 
ments., etc., 22. 534-5; on expul- 
sion of Tories and case of Camp- 
bell, 16. 199-200; on Meares and 
others, 16. 570-571. 

to' Caswell on bond, 22. 784; on 
Campbell, 22. 769-70; on case of 
Campbell, 13. 261; declines judge- 
ship, 14. 34; on iron works, etc., 
1 1 . 394-396 ; recommending Du- 
Bois, 13. 11. 

to Dry on seizure of vessels, 7. 177- 
178. 

to Hooper on family affairs, etc., 
17. 123-131, 134-135, 144-158, 166- 
171, 185-186, 188; 18. 534-5; on po- 
sition of H. as Tory, 16. 533-535; 
on public and private affairs, 16. 
932-939, 940-942, 943-953, 954-958, 
962-970, 971-987, 990-993, 994-1001; 
17. 629-632; on treatment and 
movements of Tories, 16. 513- 
515. 

to Hooper (G.), on his health and 
public affairs, 22. 622-5. 

to Jones (E.), on forwarding letter, 
22. 633; on legislative affairs, 22. 
618-20; on public affairs, 21. 504- 
505; on public buildings and 
courts, 21. 573-575. 



to Mabson on importing slaves, 9. 

1099. 
trustee univ., 23. 22. 
Tryon to on Alamance battle, 8. 716- 
717. 
Maclaine,, Mrs. Archibald, 16. 535, 

936, 949, 957, 982, 983; 17. 171. 
Maclaine, Charles, building coms'r, 

23. 964. 

lieut. colonel, 10. 206. 

McLaine, Daniel, sells steers, 22. 613. 

Maclaine, Elizabeth, gifts to, 22. 298- 
299. 

Maclaine, J., witness, 9. 980. 

Maclaine, Jerom, captain, 10. 517, 520. 

Maclaine, John, petition, 18. 116, 334, 
342. 

Maclaine, John, reward to find deser- 
ters, 10. 980. 

Maclaine, Kitty, 16. 935, 938, 939, 940, 
941, 946, 948, 951, 952, 953, 957, 
958, 963, 964, 974, 976, 977, 981, 
982, 984, 993, 994, 995, 997; 17. 
123, 126, 128, 130, 147, 148, 149, 
152, 155, 166, 188; 22. 623. 

Maclaine, Polly, 22. 623. 

McLaine, Robert, building coms'r, 24. 
541. 
sheriff, 21. 1077. 

McLaine, Samuel, building coms'r, 

24. 541. 

Maclaine, T., and election brawl, 16. 

945. 
Maclaine, Thos., clerk of New Han- 
over Co., 15. 190. 

coms'r on school, 24. 984; on 
church, 24. 757; on Wilmington, 
22. 892. 

on confiscation act, 15. 203-205. 

petition, 21. 978, 980, 1028, 1034. 

payment to for services, 12. 89. 

refugee, 15. 543. 

taxable, 15. 192. 

voter, 15. 238. 
Maclaine (McLain, McLean), Wm., al- 
lowance to, 19. 143. 

in assembly, 18. 194, 239, 245, 256, 
257, 270, 276, 312, 340, 341, 344, 
345, 346, 351, 360, 361, 372, 373, 
376, 389, 391, 398, 429, 443, 483; 
20. 479, 483, 507, 511, 521; 21. 2, 
3, 6, 12, 14, 15, 47, 51, 52, 60, 66, 
68, 74, 77, 100, 109, 115, 121, 123, 
130, 133, 149, 150, 154, 160, 179, 
180, 189, 194, 196, 199, 229, 212, 
234, 259, 264, 268, 275, 286, 288, 
297, 298, 305, 332, 346, 372, 379, 
383, 402, 403, 411, 421, 432, 435, 



McLAlNE AND BAIN 



36 



McLEAN, JAMES 



595, 622, 645, 737, 739, 766, 788, 
797 805, 871, 873, 882, 884, 909, 
914 916, 924, 927, 930, 931, 937, 
941, 946, 950, 955, 958, 965, 970, 
973, 976, 977, 980, 982, 999, 1003, 
1004, 1006, 1012, 1013, 1020, 1021, 
1030. 
nom. for C. rf S., 21. 381, 704. 
on Conv. 1788, 22. 2, 6, 7, 25, 27, 29, 
35; in Conv., 1789, 22. 37, 47, 48. 
pensioned, 19. 255, 256. 
petition, 21. 856. 
McLaine and Bain, 17. 154, 155. 
McLammy, Peter, lieut, 10. 546. 

voter, 15. 237. 
McLammy, Wanny, voter, 15. 237. 
McLamore, Jno., army rank, 16. 1120. 
McLamy, Mark, lieut., 10. 518. 
McLane. See McLain. 
McLane, John, land grant to, 4. 1250. 
McLane, Joseph, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Macklanshaw (Makclanhaws, Mack- 
lenahan), Nathaniel, complaint 
of, 1. 459, 460. 
McLason, John, petitions for McDugal, 

9. 683-685. 
McLaudon, Simon, on regulation of 

Cross Creek, 15. 209-210. 
McLaughlan, John, in army, 15. 718. 
McLaughlin, Alexr., army rank, 16. 

1121. 
McLaughlin, Hugh, land grant to, 4. 

596. 
McLaughlin, John, 22. 76. 
MacLaughlin, John, prisoner, 15. 169. 
McLaughlin, Jno., wounded and pris- 
oner, 22. 523. 
McLaughlin, Mary, land grant to, 4. 

765. 
McLaughlin, Wm., courtmartialed, 12. 

518. 
McLaugton, Wm., to be executed, 12. 
535, 540. 

McLaurin, , 17. 123. 

McLaurin, Col., commands, 22. 546. 
McLayn. See McLain. 
McLayn, Jeremiah, 22. 112. 

McLean, , Tory prisoner, 14. 636. 

McLean, Mr., in Conv. 1789, 22. 39. 
Maclean, Mrs., 16. 991. 
Martin to on case of her husband, 
10. 942-943. 
McLean (Maclean), Capt., empowered 
by Martin to raise troops, 10. 489- 
90. 
expelled from N. C, 10. 220; 16. 
389-390. 



reports on Moore's Creek battle, 10. 

491. 
makes prizes, 13. 459. 
not to visit Martin, 10. 389. 
McLean, Col., recruits for Br. army, 
10. 409. 
reports on Tories, 14. lii-iv. 
McLean (Maclane), Major, case of, 

19. 942-943. 
Maclean, Maj., ordered to leave Wil- 
mington, 16. 991, 992, 998. 
McLean, Alex., 16. 140. 
McLean, Alexr., loyal, 10. 47. 
ordered to raise King's standard, 

"441-443. 
sec'y to Martin, 10. 19. 
Maclean, Allen, sends dispatches to 
Martin, 10. 234. 
to command battalion, 10. 325. 
McLean, Andrew, exchanged, 22. 958. 
McLean (Maclaine), Charles, ohm. and 
deputy chm. of Tryon, S. C, 10. 
162, 247. 
coms'r on pub. buildings, 24. 19. 
in assembly, 12. 2, 14, 22, 37, 38, 42, 
44, 53, 58, 201, 219, 252, 836, 872, 
880. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 556. 
major, 10. 355. 
on com. of assembly, 12. 28, 214, 

788, 846, 847. 
on Tryon S. C, 10. 120, 162. 
petitions on land grants, 9. 1260- 
1263; on sale of Tory goods, 15. 
213. 
signs Tryon Asso., 10. 162. 
to Gen. Assem. on Tories in Tryon 
Co., 14. 261-262. 
McLean, Daniel, discharged by Prov. 

Cong., 10. 584. 
McLean, Daniel, loyalist, 10. 603. 
McLean, Donald, immigrant, 7. 544. 
McLean, Duncan, immigrant, 7. 643. 
McLean (Maclaine, McLain, Mc- 
Laine), Ephraim, a J. P., 23. 994. 
coms'r on buildings, 24. 617; on cc, 

23. 803; on salt, 24. 915. 
in assembly, 12. 265, 368, 380, 399, 
408, 430, 441; 13. 624, 735, 736. 
753; 19. 375, 380, 517, 613, 614, 
622, 643, 644, 667, 671, 675, 676, 
682, 688, 714. 
tax collector, 19. 706. 
McLean, Hector, petition, 21. 848. 
McLean, Hugh, petition, 18. 188, 205, 

431, 462. 
McLean, James, the lying deserter, 
14. 609, 697. 



McLean, jeremiah 



37 



McLEOD, CAPT. 



McLean (McLayn), Capt. Jeremiah, 
22. 112. 

McLean, John, aids Burke, 16. 41, 
McLean, John, petition, 21. 848. 
McLean, John, to Lytle on his par- 
don, 16. 59L 
McLean, John, immigrant, 7. 543. 
McLean, John, immigrant, 7. 544. 
McLean, Margaret, to Martin on ex* 

pulsion of McLean from N. C. 

16. 389-390. 
McLean, Nanny, immigrant, 7. 544. 
McLean, Neil, petition, 20. 510, 589; 

21. 53, 175, 177. 
McLean, Neill, immigrant, 7. 543. 
McLean, Peter, Immigrant, 7. 544. 
McLean, Robert, in assem., 19. 234, 

235, 262, 282, 286, 295, 299. 325, 

354, 359. 
McLean, Sarah, petition considered, 

16. 140, 150, 154. 
McLean, Thos., reports on French 

fleet, 14. 660. 
McLean, Wm., in militia, 22. 284. 
McLean, Wm., petition considered, 

16. 84. 
McLean, Wm., property confiscated, 

19. 672. 
McLean (McClean), Wm., quoted, 19. 

969, 990. 
McLean (countersign), 12.-474. 
Macleane, Lt. Col., to raise regt. of 

Highlanders, 10. 89-90. 
McLeane (McLean, Maclalne), Alex., 

goods to be sold, 12. 217, 398. 
loyalist, 10. 602. 
paroled, 10. 559. 
to take horse, 10. 560. 
visits governor and put under bond, 

10. 411. 
McLeary, Michael, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Macklehatten, Abraham, petition on 

C. H., 9. 806-808. 
Maclelan. See McClelan, McClelland, 

etc. 
Maclelan, Robert, witness, 5. 769. 
McLeland, Wm., army rank, 16. 1118. 
McLellan, Danl., pensioner, 22. 75. 
Maclellan, John, fails to collect debts, 

9. 827. 
McLellan, John, letter quoted, 9. 1164. 

McLelland, , 17. 123, 124. 

McLelland, James, in army, 15. 720. 
McLellen, Wm., arrny pay, 17. 234. 
McLemmy, Jos., army record, 13. 

474. 
Mclemoore, James, in militia, 22. 164. 
Mclemoore, James, in militia, 22. 164. 



McLemoore, James, takes oath, 22. 

171. 
McLemoore, James, Sr., takes oath, 

22. 171. 
MacLemoore, John, takes oath, 22. 

171. 
McLemore, Adkin, comsr on town, 

24. 293; to sell assets of gun fac- 
tory, 12. 597. 
in assembly, 12. 655, 656, 699, 736, 

751, 816, 872, 879; 13. 662, 697, 

712, 717, 721; 19. 376, 379; on 

com. of assem., 13. 663. 
to deliver guns, etc., 13. 556-557. 
to procure arms, 10. 524. 
See also McCemore, Atkin. 
McLemore, Atkins, in militia, 22. 377. 
McLemore, Charles, pay to, 22. 487. 
McLemore, Ephraini,' in militia, 22. 

373. 
MacKlemore, Fortune, quit rents of, 

22. 242. 
McLemore, Young, a J. P., 23. 993. 
claim, 20. 179, 356. 
sells horse, 19. 928. 
petition, 18. 104, 176, 184, 329, 338, 

409, 416; 21. 90, 100, 152. 
Macklenden. See McClenden, etc. 
Macklenden, Brient, imported, 1. 479. 
Macklenden, Daniel, law suit, 1. 564. 
Macklenden, Debro (Whedby), law 

suit, 1. 564. 
Macklenden, Dennes, imported, 1. 

479. 
Macklenden, Elizabeth, imported, 1. 

479. 
Macklenden, Francis, imported, 1. 

479. 
Macklenden, Thos., imported, 1. 479. 
McLendon, Dennis, petition, 18. 474, 

475. 
McLendon, Jesse, resigns as J. P., 21. 

101. 
McLendon, Joel, suspended as J. P. 

and arrested, 17. 646, 652-653, 

733. 
McLendon, John, nom. for major, 20. 

568. 
McLendon, Josiah, army pay, 17. 231. 
McLennons' Creek, 11. 829. 
McLeod. See McCloud, MoLoud. 
McLeod, , murdered by Beard, 

15. 511-512. 
McLeod, Mr., 17. 144. 
Macleod, Mr., leaves N. C, 13. vi. 
McLeod, Mrs., robbed by troops, 15. 

512. 
McLeod, Capt., leads Tory attack at 



McLEOD, LIEUT. 



38 



McLOUD, ALEXR. 



Moore's Creek and killed, 1 0. 482, 
483, 486; 11. 285, 289; 15. 785. 
McLeod, Lieut., and battle of Camden, 
15. 270, 272. 
at Guilford C. H., 17. 1003, 1004, 
1006. 
McLeod, Alexander, 11. 830. 
affidavit on Indian movements, 10. 
725. 
McLeod, Alexr., arrives in Wilming- 
ton, 13. 55, 57. 
Caswell on arrival and treatment 
of, 13. 64-65. 
McLeod, Alexander, loyalist, 10. 596. 
ordered to raise King's standard, 

10. 441-443. 
petitions Prov. Cong, for release, 

10. 888-9. 
raises company of loyalists, 10. 325, 

326. 
sent to Phila., 11. 294. 
McLeod, Alex., loyalist, 10. 596. 

sent to Phila., 11. 294. 
McLeod, Alexander, loyalist, 10. 596. 

sent to Phila., 11. 294. 
Macleod, Alexr, Presbyterian preacher 

and Tory, 13. 368. 
McLeod, Alexr, recommended for 

capt, 10. 47. 
McLeod, Alexr, reports of false, 13. 

140. 
McLeod (McCleod), Mrs. Alex., to 

leave state, 13. 64, 65. 
McLeod, Donald, killed, 10. 491. 
loyalist, 10. 597, 598. 
ordered to raise King's standard, 

10. 441-443. 
petition to N. Y. on command of 

Highlanders, 10. 13. 
sent to Phila., 11. 295. 
McLeod, John, 11. 830. 
McLeod, Jno., .army rank, 16. 1121. 
McLeod, John, loyalist, 10. 598. 
McLeod, John, loyalist, 10. 597, 598. 
sent to Phila., 11. 295. 
petitions Prov. Cong, for release, 
10. 888-889. 
McLeod, John, petitions for McDugal, 

9. 683-685. 

McLeod, John, work ment'd, 5. 1196, 

1198. 
McLeod, Rev. John, discharged by 

Prov. Cong., 10. 577. 
McLeod, Murdoch, loyalist, 10. 597. 
petitions Prov. Cong, for release, 

10. 888-889. 

sent to Phila., 11. 295. 



M'Leod, Neill, In Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 

46, 49. 
McLeod, Norman, loyalist, 10. 598. 
McLeod, Patrick, 10. 519. 
McLeod, Robt., pensioner, 22. 76. 
McLeod, Wm., pensioner, 22. 77. 
McLeod, Wm., signs Ass'n of C. C, 

9. 1152, 1166. 
McLeods, The, join Pretender, 5. 1195. 
McLerath, Maj., commands Hersians 

at King's tree, 14. 746, 748. 
McLern, James, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-13. 

McLeron, . 17. 123. 

McKleroy, Andrew, horseman, 15. 

509. 
McLeroy, James, rights proved, 4. 

706. 
McKleroy, John, horseman, 15. 509, 

510. 
McKleroy, Reubin, horseman, 15. 509. 
MeLeroy, Wm., rights proved, 4. 706. 
McLessus, Jonathan, land grant to, 

4. 594. 
McLewain. See Mcllvain, Mackil- 
wean. . 

McLewain, , complains of Gatlin, 

4. 1335, 1336, 1337-1338. 
M'Lewain, Maj., and Briar Creek bat- 
tle, 14. 282. 
McLewaine, Mary, land grant to, 4. 

651. 
McKlewaine, Samuel, army record, 

13. 480. 
McLewcan, James, land grant to, 4. 

343. 
Macklewean, Francis, coms'r on 
county, 23. 248, 250; on town and 
treas'r, 25. 468, 469. 
See also Mackilwean, Fr. 
McLewean, Fran., in militia, 22. 309. 
McLewean, Fr., in militia, 22. 331. 
Macklewean, James, coms'r of fortifi- 
cations, 23. 293; on capitol, 23. 
348. 
receiver, 23. 270. 
tax collector, 23. 255. 
Mackleymore, Charles, pay to, 22. 

487. 
Macklin, Isham, army pay, 17. 233. 
McLin, Thomas, on S. C. of Craven 

Co., 0. 1237. 
McLin, Thos., paid for slave outlawed 

and hanged, 12. 73. 
McLorinan, Henry, taxable, 15. 192. 

voter, 15. 237, 238. 
McLoud. See McCloud, McLeod. 
McLoud, Alexr, tory officer, 22. 197. 



McLOUD, JNO. 



39 



MACNAIR, MR. 



McLoud, Jno., army rank, 16. 1121, 
McLoud, Jno., property confiscated, 

19. 672. 
McLuer, Mr., aids Burke, 16. 294. 

McMachen, John, petition on C. H., 9. 
806-808. 

McMachen, John Blair, petition on C. 
H., 9. 806-808. 

McMackin, Thos., petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-8. 

McMactier, , refuses to sign 

Asso'n, 9. 1166. 

McMahan, Barnet, army rank, 16. 
1122. 

McMahon, John, a J. P., 22. 703. 

McMamus, James, land grants to, 4. 
892, 1036. 

McMan, Robert, robbed, 14. 261. 

McManis, Lieut., 5. 561. 

IVIcManus, Capt., commands troops, 5. 
794. 
payment to, 5. 801, 804. 
service, 8. 283. 

McManus, James, claims allowed, 6. 
212; 22. 820. 
patent to, 6. 332, 638. 
proves rights, 4. 1033. 

McManus, Lawrence, exempted, 9. 
451. 

McManus, Capt. Thos., 5. 851, 894. 
asks recruiting expenses from as- 
sembly, 5. 255, 256. 
company sent to N. Y., 5. xxvii- 

xxviil. 
serves in French war, 5. xl. 

McMason, John, a J. P., 11. 653. 

McMasters, Jas., in militia, 22. 452. 

McMasters, James, petition, 21. 202, 
206, 275, 283, 577, 630. 

McMath, Wm., exempted, 5. 1045. 

McMennamy, Wm., pensioner, 22. 77. 

McMeno, Nath., petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 

MacMeot, James, regulator, 7. 809. 

McMillan, Alex., receives pay for sold- 
iers, 17. 192, 210, 217, 226, 230, 
242, 256. 

McMillan, Dugal, land grant to, 4. 
1248. 

McMillan, Robert, petitions on land 
grants. 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-253. 

McMillian, Abram, petitions for divis- 
ion of Orange Co., 9. 809. 

McMillon, Matthew, in militia, 22. 
368. 

McMillum, Robert, petitions on land 
grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-253. 



McMinn, Robert, on Tryon S. C, 10. 

120, 247. 
McMinty, Joseph, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-10. 
McMoor, Caleb, army pay, 17. 233. 
McMoor, Daniel, army pay, 17. 231. 
McMordie, Robert, Presbyterian mis- 
sionary, 5. 1199, 1219. 
McMorobray, , letter of, 20. 662, 

663, 664. 
McMullan, Evin, petitions for McDu- 

gal, 9. 683-685. 
McMullen, Alexander, army pay, 17. 

230. 
McMullen, Archibald, enlists, 22. 459. 
McMullen, Jas., army rank, 16. 1110. 
McMullen, Jerome, army rank, 16. 

1111. 
McMullen, Michael, army pay, 17. 234. 

army rank, 16. 1117. 
McMullen, Michl., army rank, 16. 

1122. 
McMullen, Wm., pelitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1263; 11. 250-253. 
McMullin, Alexander, asks for new 

county, 9. 91. 
McMullin, John, asks for new county, 

9. 91. 
McMullin, Wm., asks for new county, 

9. 91. 
McMullin, Lerence, in militia, 22. 371. 
McMulline, John, pensioner, 22. 78. 
McMulon, John, petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-3; 11. 250-4. 
McMulon, Wm., petitions on land, 11. 

250-3. 
McMund, John, regulators' entry on 

cause of, 8. 236. 
McMuntry, Jno., land grant to, 19. 

573. 
McMurphy, John, army pay, 17. 233. 
McMurray, Wm., building coms'r, 24 

645, 771. 
McMurrey, Robert, asks pardon for 

Regulators, 9. 98-99. 
McMurry, John, asks for new county, 

9. 89-90. 
Macmurtry, John, act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
McNab, And., in militia, 22. 281. 
McNab, John, officer, 22. 702. 
McNabb, John, a J. P., 11. 653; 23. 

995. 
McNabb, Wm., a J. P., 22. 703. 
McNair, , payments to for troops, 

6. 206. 
Macnair (McNair), Mr., 9. 826, 827, 

1096. 



McNAIR, MR. 



40 



McNEAL, DUGALD 



MoNair, Mr., 11. 596. 

McNair, Capt., accounts considered, 

6. 159. 
cannon delivered to, 6. 922. 
payment to for Ft. Granville, 6. 204. 
payments to, 5. 966, 967. 
McNair (Mc^Nare, McNaire), Charles, 

a J. P., 5. 828; 6. 1007. 
produces accounts, 5. 968. 
Macnair, Ebenezer, 24. 761. 
McNair, Ebenezer, petition, 17. 67; 

19. 433, 574, 577, 770. 
McNair, Harry, on regulation of Cross 

Creek, 15. 209-211. 
McNair, John, a J. P., 9. 1221. 
on regulation of Cross Creek, 15. 

209-11. 
property confiscated, 19. 672; 24. 

263, 424. 
to Caswell on brother's estate, 17. 

427. 
McNair, Neill, on regulation of Cross 

Creek, 15. 209-211. 
MacNair, Ralph, a Tory, 9. xxxlv. 
act to prevent sale of lands, 24. 

761. 
asks for inspection, 8. 80a. 
bill on estate of, 20. 91-92, 98, 112. 
claims, 9. 591. 
death and estate considered, 17. 

427. 
deposition, 8. 307; on Regulator 

riots in Hlllsboro, 8. 245, 246, 249. 
in assembly, 9. 177, 178, 184, 190, 

223, 390, 399, 413, 416, 417, 418, 

422, 425, 438, 448, 469, 470, 476, 

478, 501, 526, 530, 534, 540, 565, 

569, 589, 715, 734, 747, 752, 874, 

902, 910, 952, 1189. 
instructions to as representative of 

Orange Co., 9. 699-706. 
lands of restored to children, 7. 306, 

310, 373, 382, 397-398, 401, 403, 419. 
Martin to on his return to N. C, 17. 

10. 
on com. of Assem., 9. 1197. 
paper of laid before Assem., 17. 43, 

67. 
payment to, 22. 442. 
petition, 19. 433 505, 674, 577, 770. 
property confiscated, 19. 672; 24. 

263, 424. 
sends petition to Regulators, 7. 761. 
to Husband on evils and dangers of 

Regulation, 7. 767-70. 
witness, 8. 532; 22. 428. 
McNair, Ralph, and Co., 9. 1096. 
bill for goods, 22. 458-9. 



McNaire, Capt., payment to, 5. 972. 

McNaire, Charles, a J. P., 5. 828. 

MoNalty, Jno. army rank, 16. 1114. 

McNamara, , court martialed, 12. 

543-544. 

McNamee, Peter, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-7. 

McNames's Creek, 24. 160. 

McNary, Francis, asks pardon for 
Hamilton, 9. 39; for Hunter, 9. 
86. 
petition on C. H., 9. 806-808. 

McNary, Isaiah, asks pardon for 
Hamilton, 9. 84-85. 

McNary, John, army pay, 17. 232. 

Macnary (Macrary), John, judge, 20. 
262, 270,, 442, 455; 21. 358, 637, 
696. 

McNatt, Mr., tobacco inspector, 21. 
96. 

McNatt, Benja, petitions for new 
charter, 9. 79-80. 

McNatt, James, army pay, 17. 233. 

McNatt, James, pensioner, 22. 75. 

MacNaughton, Aniy, coms'r on pilo- 
tage, 25. 7. 

McNaughton, Charles, petitions for 
McDugal, 9. 683-685. 

McNaughton, John, lieut, 10. 944. 

McNaughton, Richard, army pay, 17. 
233. 

McNeal, , 14. 149. 

McNeal, , prisoners to be deliver- 
ed to, 15. 557. 

McNeal. McNeale, McNeel, McNeele, 
McNeil, McNeill, McNiel. 

McNeal, , to be defeated, 14. 464. 

McNeal, . with Slingsby, 22. 

1049. 

MacNeal, Capt., reports on Br. cap- 
tures, 15. 370. 

McNeal, Col., killed, 22. 207, 238. 

M'Neal, Alexander, building coms'r., 
24. 839. 

McNeal, Archd., army rank, 16. 1108. 

McNeal, Archibald, vestryman, 25. 
267. 

McNeal (McNeil), Daniel, a J. P., 4. 
ix, 447, 683, 951. 
brings in Scotch settlers, 4. viii-ix. 
encouragement to, 4. 490, 532-3. 
land grant to, 4. 945, 965; asked, 4. 
453, 454. 

MacNeal, Dan'l, -road comsr., 23. 221. 

McNeal (McNeil), Dugald (Duaold),a 
J. P., 4. ix, 447. 
brings in Scotch settlers, 4. viii-ix. 



McNEAL, DUNCAN 



41 



MACKNEIL, JOHN 



encouragement to, 4. 489-490, 512, 
532-533. 
McNeal, Duncan, Regulator entry on 

causes of, 8. 240. 
McNeal, Edward, petition, 20. 55; 

considered, 17. 343-344. 
M'Neal, George, Baptist minister, 5. 

1188. 
MtiNeal (McNeil), Col. Hector, 22. 
238. 
commands Tories, 22. 546, 566, 567. 
defeated, 22. 553. . 
joins Fanning, 22. 206, 210: 
movement, 22. 570. 
to be attacked, 22. 549. 
Wade to attack, 22. 205, 206. 
McNeal, Hector, army rank, 16. 1121. 
McNeal (McNeale, McNeil), Hector, 
claim allowed, 5. 976. 
land grant asked for, 4. 453; to, .4. 

594. 
law suit, 4. 497-8. 
McNeal, Hector, regulator's entry on 

causes of, 8. 240. 
McNeal, Hector, Tory, 22. 210. 
McNeal, Jos., prisoner, 16. 483. 
McNeal, Lewis, army pay, 17. 231. 
McNeal, Malcolm, claims allowed, 9. 

953. 
McNeal, Malcolm, land grant to, 4. 

887. 
McNeal (McNeil, McNeale), Neil 
(Neal, Neale), a J. P., 4. ix, 447. 
brings in Scotch settlers, 4. viii-ix. 
encouragement to, 4. 490, 532-533. 
land grants to, 4. 594, 595, 619, 703; 

asked, 4. 453, 454. 
rights proved, 4. 595. 
McNeal, Neil, paroled to Newborn, 

22. 962. 
McNeale, Arch, land grant to, 4. 594, 

852. 
McNeale, Neale, petition to Caswell 
on exchange of prisoners, 22. 893- 
4. 
McNear, Capt., payments to, 5. 793. 
McNease, Capt., 16. 502. 
McNeel. See McNeal, McNeil, Mc- 

Niel. 
McNeel, A. N., clerk of court, 14. 292. 
McNeele (McNeil), John, petition, 18. 

58, 76. 
McNeely, John, pensioner, 22. 76. 
McNees, Capt., rank, 16. 502, 665. 
McNees, Lieut., sends list of desert- 
ers, 16. 588. 
McNees, J., receipts for recruits, 14. 
131-132, 134. 



McNees, John, 18. 297, 303. 
arrested for fraud, etc., 18. 21-2, 36, 

71, 72, 73. 163, 251, 303, 304, 305, 

385. 
convicted, 20. 630. 
officer, 18. 486. 
petition, 20. 667. 
rank, 16. 73, 577, 609, 1111. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 189, 

190, 192, 196, 199, 200, 202, 205, 

206, 210, 211, 213, 214, 215, 217, 

226, 227, 231, 233, 238, 239, 240, 

241, 242, 246, 247, 248, 250, 253, 

254, 255, 260. 
to Caswell asking leave to go to the 

front, 13. 455. 
McNjeese, Capt., 18. 798. 
McNeese, Lieut., 16. 517. 
McNeil. See McNeal, McNeel, Mc- 

Niel. 

McNeil, , defeated, 22. 134. 

McNeil, , threatens the upper 

country, 15. 577. 
McNeil, Capt., 22. 235. 
McNeil, Capt., Robeson to on surrend- 
er of Tories, 15. 542-543. 
McNeil, Col., 14. 184. 
McNeil, Col., killed, 22. 102. 
McNeil, Maj., 16. 477. 
McNeil, Archibald, petitions, 18. 116, 

334, 342. 
McNeil, Dan., sells steers, 22. 613. 
McNeil, Daniel, furnishes cattle, 16. 

208. 
McNeil, Duncan, resigns, 21. 243. 
McNeil, Faning, petition, 20. 172-173, 

176, 200, 350, 376-377, 382. 
McNeil, Forquel, land grant to, 4. 595. 
McNeil, Frederick, in militia, 17. 

1059. 
McNeil, Geo., memorial, 18. 58, 287- 

288, 296. 
McNeil, Hector, 8. 9, 43. 
McNeil, Hector, army record, 13. 474. 
McNeil, Hector, captures Cross Creek, 

15. 610. 
MacNeil, Hector, sheriff, 25. 267. 
McNeil, Hector (old), commands 

Tories in Bladen, 22. 1043. 
McNeil, Jas., property confiscated, 

19. 672; 20. 376; 24. 425. 
McNeil, Jas., property confiscated, 

19. 672. 
McNeil (McMeil), James, property 

confiscated, 24. 263, 424. 
M'Neil, James, town coms'r, 24. 857. 
Mackneil, John, lapse patent to, 2. 

522. 



McNELL, JOHN 



42 



McNIGHT, ANDREW 



McNeil, John, master of the Jenny, 

10. 735. 
McNeil, John, petitions for land, 18. 

175, 182-183, 310; 21. 424. 
McNeil, John, sells steers, 22. 613. 
McNeil, Malcolm, land grant asked, 

4. 453. 
McNeil, Wm., petitions for McDugal, 

9. 683-685. 
McNeile, Hector, town coms'r, 25. 

470. 
McNeill, Mr., reports on Baltimore af- 
fairs, 9. 1082. 
McNeill, Mr., sent out of state as pris- 
oner, 10. 545. 
McNeill, Mrs., to be removed, 10. 631. 
McNeill, Esquire, 5. 1209. 
McNeill, Arch., in militia, 22. 411. 
McNeill, Archibald, in militia, 22. 

473. 
McNeill, Arch., on regulation of Cross 

Creek, 15. 209-211. 
McNeill, Arch'd., pensioner, 22. 75. 
McNeill, Archibald, takes oath, 22. 

949. 
McNeill, Dan, on regulation of Cross 

Creek, 15. 209-211. 
McNeill (McNeil), Dr. Daniel, banish- 
ment suspended, 18. 234. 
Caswell to on banishment, 18. 591. 
case of, 18. vi-viii, 138-139, 213-217, 

422, 423, 428, 477, 479-480, 482. 
recognizance of, 21. 261, 266, 349, 
356, 435, 620, 685. 
MacNeill, Daniel, witness, IS. 558. 
McNeill (McNeil), Duncan, a J. P., 5. 

654; 22. 445, 447. 
McNeill (McNeil), Duncan, balled, 
10. 559. 
claims allowed, 9. 225. 
debts due by, 8. 278-279. 
discharged from attendance on 

Prov. Congress, 10. 552. 
dues from as sheriff, 9. 574. 
major, 10. 207. 
McNeill, Duncan, petitions on roads 
and ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Scotch elder, 5. 1197. 
McNeill, Geo., memorial of, 18. 10, 14, 

241. 
McNeill (McNeal), Hector, claims al- 
lowed, 8. 740. 
In assembly, 6. 364, 407, 486, 493, 
662, 682, 800, 801, 856, 895, 922, 
938; on com. of assembly, 6. 386, 
805, 817, 896. 
McNeill, Hector, a prisoner, 10. 486. 
discharged by Prov. Cong., 10. 524. 



McNeill, Hector, lieut., 10. 187. 
McNeill, Hector, pensioner, 22. 77. 
McNeill, Hector, reports on town site, 

6. 816. 
McNeill, Hector, Scotch settler, 5. 

1195, 1197, 1209. 
McNeill, James, resigns as J. P., 21. 

261, 611, 633". 
McNeill, John, furnishes cattle, 16. 

208. 
McNeill, John, petition, 21. 308, 355, 

424, 681, 723. 
McNeill, 'Laucklin, pensioner, 22. 75. 
McNeill (McNeil), Malcom, brings in 
goods, 9. 1118. 
discharged by Prov. Cong., 10. 524. 
loyalist, 10. 603. 
paroled, 10. 634. 
takes oath to N. C, 10. 701; 22. 

949; to U. S. A., 10. 743. 
to be jailed, 10. 631. 
McNeill, Roger, 5. 1197. 
McNeill, Will, petitions on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Macknejh, James, regulator, 8. 80. 
Mackness, Perrygreen, on Tryon S. 
C, 10. 247. 
signs Tryon Asso., 10. 162-163. 
Mackney, Lieut., In N. C. battalion, 

13. 343. 
McNIchol, Dunn, commands High- 
landers (Tories), 11. 392. 
paroled, 10. 830-831. 
prisoner, 1 1 . 370. 

to Caswell on supplies for prison- 
ers and answer, 11. 480-481, 484; 
on treatment of prisoners, 1 1 . 
415-416. 
McNicol, Capt., letter of ment'd., 11. 

444. 
McNicol, Neal (Neil), paroled, 10. 
830-831. 
prisoner, 1 1 . 370. 
McNicole, Mr., reports on Moore's 
Creek battle, 10. 491. 

McNicoll, , 21. 192. 

McNicoll, Duncan, and Co., represen- 
tation of, 18. 421. 
McNider, Thomas, petitions on county 

bounds, 9.' 633-634. 
McNiel. See McNeal^ McNeel, Mc- 
Neil. 
McNiel, Daniel, tory captain, 22. 231. 
McNiel, John, petition, 19. 290, 409. 
McNiel I, Roger, on regulation of 

Cross Creek, 15. 209-211. 
McNight. See McKnlght. 
McNight, Andrew, army pay, 17. 229. 



McNIGHT, DOUGAL 



43 



MACON, JOHN 



army rank, 16. 1119. 


824, 


913, 925, 927, 966, 975, 980, 


McNight, Dougal, refuses to sign 


982, 


984, 988, 990, 1000; 16. 2, 3, 


Assn. of C. C, 9. 1152. 


49, 


53, 79, 127, 139, 153, 165, 167, 


McNight, Hugh, allowance to, 22. 826. 


168 


17. 785, 878, 879, 903, 948, 


McNight, Wm., complains of Indiana, 


953, 


963; 18. 2, 3, 4, 6, 10, 17, 20, 


5. 142-143. 


24, 


25, 37, 39, 47, 55, 59, 61, 62, 69, 


McNish, John, regulator, 8. 79. 


82, 


92, 105, 108, 114, 117, 121, 122, 


McNorton, John, lieut., 11. 443. 


124, 


128, 134, 135, 136, 148, 149, 


to be lieut., 22. 909. 


154, 


156, 159, 160, 161, 171, 172, 


McNunn, John, claim, 9. 489. 


179 


230, 235, 238, 314; 19. 5, 21, 


Macocomocock River, touched by Fox, 


22, 


61, 97, 139, 141, 144, 150, 162, 


1. XX, 217. 


189, 


234, 235, 236, 237, 248, 253, 


See also Roanoke River. 


258, 


260, 261, 265, 269, 270, 280, 


McOllister. See McAllister. 


286, 


294, 295, 297, 300, 312, 315, 


McOllister, Dan'l, army rank, 16. 1111. 


323, 


324, 354, 381, 383, 386, 387, 


Macon, , wounded and prisoner. 


389, 


392, 393, 395, 397, 406, 407, 


22. 522. 


413 


416, 422, 436, 718, 719, 720, 


Macon, Mr., reports of, 17. viii. 


729, 


730, 733, 737, 738, 741, 742, 


Macon, Capt., prisoner, 15. 168. 


752, 


758, 760, 763, 773, 777, 794, 


roster of Co., 16. 1031, 1043, 1051, 


799 


20. 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 


1057, 1066, 1077, 1091, 1125, 1135, 


14, 


15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 


1157. 


26, 


29, 31, 34, 39, 40, 42, 45, 46, 48, 


Macon (Mackon), Gideon, a J. P., 5. 


49, 


50, 53, 64, 66, 68, 70, 71, 72, 73, 


591. 


76, 


77, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84, 89, 93, 95, 


line coms'r, 23. 547. 


102, 


103, 104, 108, 111, 122, 124, 


vestryman, 23. 497. 


128, 


149, 157, 174, 176, 185, 198, 


Macon, Gideon Hunt, tax collector. 


302, 


303, 304, 305, 306, 309, 313, 


19. 707. 


325, 


326, 328, 330, 333, 337, 339, 


Macon, Harrison, allowed to export 


341, 


343, 347, 351, 362, 363, 364, 


tobacco, 15. 576-, 17. 841, 933, 


367, 


369, 372, 373, 378, 380, 390, 400, 


935. 


416, 


422, 426, 427, 476, 477, 478, 


captain, 15. 235. 


480, 


481, 485, 489, 490, 499, 500, 


in assembly, 16. 2, 39, 49, 67, 111, 


504, 


505, 507, 514, 516, 519, 520, 523, 


127, 143, 167, 168; 19. 5, 15, 23, 


526, 


527, 536, 537, 538, 543, 544, 


79, 203, 233, 235, 236, 247, 249, 254, 


546, 


547, 550, 554, 555, 567, 577, 


262, 281, 282, 300, 332, 334, 354, 


588 


21. 651, 671, 730, 731, 732, 


359, 394; on com. of assembly, 16. 


733, 


734, 736, 749, 753, 760, 763, 


21, 34. 46, 64, 90, 98, 109, 116, 125; 


766, 


770, 772, 773, 774, 777, 781, 


17. 277, 281, 294, 295, 297, 314, 


788, 


794, 801, 806, 807, 809, 811, 


322, 333, 353, 360, 385. 


815, 


816, 818, 819, 831, 835, 838, 


Macon, Henry, owes state, 21. 1070. 


839, 


842, 845, 846, 850, 852, 854, 


Macon, James, army pay, 17. 233. 


857, 


858, 860, 862, 867, 868, 874, 


captain, 10. 975. 


880 


881, 884, 916, 930, 958, 984, 


Macon, John, allowance to, 18. 426, 


987, 


991, 1003, 1020, 1026, 1031. 


428; 19. 185, 306, 310. 


in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 5, 11, 12, 25. 


army rank, 16. 1113. 


27, 


28, 29, 30, 32, 33. 


asks pay for services, 14. 841. 


nom. 


for treas., 19. 465, 809; for 


captain, 10. 965. 


Fed 


Conv., 20. 546; 21. 102, 106; 


coms'r of confiscated property, 16. 


to sign money, 17. 413; 20. 100. 


167, 169; 19. 119, 122, 123; on 


officer, 18. 450, 458. 


boundary, 24. 866; on Cont. Line, 


on com. of Assem., 13. 740, 790, 791, 


24. 567, 734; on school, 24. 863; 


831, 


845, 916, 935, 965; 16. 21, 45, 


to sell granery, 24. 626; to sign 


46, 


47, 57, 64, 85, 88, 89, 90, 91, 


bills, 24. 320. 


98, 109, 121, 125, 141; 17. 277, 281, 


dist. auditor, 24. 373, 387. 


294, 


295, 297, 314, 322, 333, 353, 


examined on frauds, etc., 18. 71, 73, 


360, 


385; 17. 811, 812; 18. 4, 12, 


89, 252, 304, 305, 384. 


25, 


J5, 36, 37, 39, 45, 55, 56, 57, 70, 


in assembly, 13. 785, 786, 812, 813, 


80, 


81, 82, 91, 94, 97, 98, 102, 119, 



MACON, NATHANIEL 



44 



Mcpherson, wm. 



120, 127, 135, 136, 139, 159, 


166, 


Macon, Nathaniel, land grant to. 4. 


172, 194, 196, 197, 217, 218, 


237, 


675. 


243, 256, 262, 272, 274, 284, 


292, 


Macon, Wm., army pay, 17. 233. 


294, 315, 329, 334, 347, 349, 


365, 


Macon Co. (Mason), Baptists in, 5. 


367, 383, 388, 428. 




1192. 


petitions on slave, 18. 12, 13, 


197, 


McPearson, Thos., witness, 22. 467. 


239, 240, 242-243. 




McPeters, Charles, takes oath, 22. 


receives pay for soldiers, 17. 


190, 


503. 


202, 206, 209, 215, 220, 223, 


241, 


McPeters, David, land grant to, 4. 


249. 




1047. 


representation, 20. 542. 




McPeters, David, petition, 20. 396. 


resigns as com. to settle accts. 


McPeters, David, takes oath, 23. 503. 


Cont. Line, 19. 427, 765, 


as 


McPeters, Jonathan, pensioner, 22. 76. 


militia major, 20. 245, 423, 


435. 


McPhagan, Peter, pay to, 17. 231. 


signs due bill of army accts, 1 8 


162. 


McPhaul, Mary, act to establish title 


trustee of Univ., 25. 22. 




to lands, 25. 28. 


Macon, Nathaniel, Caswell to on at- 


McPhaul, Niel, act to establish title 


tendance on C. C, 18. 795. 




to lands, 25. 28. 


counsellor, 17. 143. 




McPherson, Lieut., 17. 1003. 


In assembly, 17. 318, 322, 715, 


722, 


MacPherson, Lt. Col., 17. 1035. 


795, 900, 936, 947, 948, 953, 


963; 


McPherson, Abell, army rank, 13. 


19. 2, 3, 5, 7, 16, 17, 20, 35, 57, 59, 


518; 16. 1109. 


60, 61, 73, 82, 89, 115, 116, 119, 


122, 


pay to, 17. 230. 


179, 401, 402, 406, 407, 414, 


422, 


McPherson, Alex., in militia, 22. 412, 


425, 442, 460, 462, 463, 467, 


487, 


McPherson, Alex., in militia, 22. 473. 


501, 509, 510, 514, 516, 522, 


538, 


McPherson, Alexander, regulator, 8. 


565, 570, 577, 602, 605, 616, 


623, 


79. 


636, 650, 657, 662, 677, 697, 


723, 


McPherson (Mcfurson), Andrew, ar- 


729, 730, 732, 809; 21. 8, 36 


, 46, 


rested for not paying taxes, 2. 


50, 51, 90, 154, 207, 214, 215, 


230, 


141-142. 


233, 258, 286, 301, 314, 332, 


333, 


McPherson, Caleb, army pay, 17. 230. 


577, 579, 582, 584, 585, 592, 


593, 


McPherson (Mcfurson), Daniel, arrest- 


595, 596, 601, 607, 611, 612, 


619, 


ed for not paying taxes, 2. 141-142. 


622, 625, 627, 630, 632, 643, 


647, 


McPherson, James, petition on sep- 


653, 657, 669, 670, 671, 734, 


737, 


aration, 22. 705-8. 


738, 763, 775, 779, 784, 844, 


859, 


McPherson, John, warehouse on lands 


872, 873, 876, 880, 882, 887, 


893, 


of, 23. 513. 


901, 902, 903, 906, 913, 918, 


924, 


McPherson, Jos., resigns as J. P., 21. 


926, 927, 930, 931, 932, 937, 


939, 


213, 578, 585. 


941, 946, 965, 970, 974, 980, 


982, 


McPherson, Lewis, memorial on 


984, 999, 1003, 1004, 1006, 


1012, 


duties, 20. 32; 21. 227, 235, 245, 


1013, 1015, 1018, 1021, 1032, 


1041, 


246, 247, 259, 267, 292, 298, 299, 


1046, 1050, 1055; on com. of as- 


357, 434, 595, 605, 609, 610, 622, 


sembly, 16. 23, 38, 64, 109; 


17. 


632, 646, 670, 687. 


637, 648, 721, 727, 730, 738, 


753, 


McPherson, Matthew, pensioner, 22. 


755, 799, 811, 812, 815, 822, 


826, 


76. 


831, 840, 843, 844, 852, 853, 


857, 


McPherson, Othmlel, army rank, 16. 


866, 867, 870, 886, 894, 895, 


896, 


1118. 


897, 902, 923, 927, 934, 935, 


939, 


McPherson, Samuel, petition on sep- 


949, 953, 970, 972. 




aration, 22. 705-8. 


in C. C, 18. 78, 108, 312, 337, 


342; 


Macpherson, Stephen, to be arrested, 


20. 29, 42. 




10. 940. 


in C. of S., 17. 310, 318, 330; 


19. 


McPherson, Wm., army rank, 16. 


188, 202, 312, 331, 540, 571; 


20. 


1118. 


226, 414; 21. 386, 703. 




McPherson, Wm., on supposed con- 


It. col., 20. 273, 461. 




demnation of Husband, 7. 847-848. 


resigns from C. C, 20. 605, 629 




McPherson, Wm., tory officer, 22. 


school trustee, 24. 863. 




197. 



McPHETERS, CHARLES 



45 McREE, GRIFFITH JOHN 



McPheters, Charles, asks for new 
county, 9. 92. 

McPick, Wm., petition on separation, 
22. 705-7. 

McQuarrie, Hector, prisoner, 11. 370. 

McQuary, Hector, paroled, 10. 830-831. 

McQueen. See McCuean. 

M'Queen, Mr., 11. 774. 

McQueen, Capt., 13. 186. 

McQueen, Capt., 22. 758. 

Macqueen, Alexander, petition for 
land refused, 9. 303-304. 
proposes to migrate to N. C, 8. 620, 
621-622. 

McQueen, Daniel, 11. 830. 

Macqueen, Edmund, petition for land 
refused, 9. 303-304. 
proposes to migrate to N. C, 8. 620, 
621-2. 

Macqueen, Rev. Wm., petition for land 
refused, 9. 303, 304. 
proposes to migrate to N. C, 8. 620, 
621-622. 

McQuillin, Walter, army rank, 16. 
1119. 

McQuinney, , killed, 10. 385, 386. 

Macqulnny, Bar., in assembly, 3. 635. 
See also McKinnie, Bar. 

McQuinton, John, detains Avery, 8. 
519. 

McQuon, Thomas, petition against 
marriage act, 9. 623-624. 

McQuown, Hugh, in militia, 22. 399. 

McQuown, Hugh, petition against mar- 
riage act, 9. 623-624. 

McQuown, Thos., in militia, 22. 398. 

McRae, SamI, in militia, 22. 330. 

McRamer's Creek, t3. 115. 

McRary, Robert, quit rents of, 22. 242. 

McRaw, Alexander, loyalist, 10. 600. 

McRay, Alex., sent to Phila., 11. 294. 

McRay, Archibald, 22. 412. 

McRay, Jno., army rank, 16. 1120. 

McRay, John, exchanged, 22. 551. 

McRea, Wm., rights proved, 4. 598. 

McReak, Capt., 22. 151. 

McReal, Jos., in militia, 22. 319. 

McReary, Gilbert, road coms'r, 23. 
222. 

McRee, , goes to N. C. with pris- 
oners, 15. 505. 

McRee, , 19. 999. 

McRee, Mr., reports on public funds 
in private hands, 12. 555. 

McRee, G., note by, 15. 682. 

McRee, G., to Swain on Fergus com- 
mission, 19. 999. 

McRee, Griffin, causes trouble by en- 



listments, 11. 834. 

major, 11. 831, 832. 
McRee, Griffith, conduct in enlisting 
troops reported to Gen. Nash, 12. 
64, 68. 
McRee (McKree, McCree), Griffith 
John, 16. 578, 622; 19. 999(?); 
20. 591(?), 594(?). 

and affairs of N. C. Line, 18. 57-58, 
59, 61-62, 375. 

army record, 13. 476. 

Burke to on forgery, 16. 299-300; 
on returning Tories, 16. 187. 

captain, 10. 518, 520; 12. 173, 350; 
14. 80, 184. 

confiscation coms'r, 24. 662. 

cont. major, 22. 1049. 

exchanged, 19. 1000. 

in Cincinnati, 17. 133, 134. 

in command, 12. 531. 

officer, 18. 449, 486, 1113. 

on board of re-arrangement, 16. 575. 

on court martial, 12. 502, 505, 514. 

on detachment, 12. 503. 

on recruits, arms, etc., 16. 490, 491. 

owes state, 21. 1069. 

petition, 18. 264; 20. 550, 569-570. 
571; 21. 102, 107, 126-127, 128, 129, 
192, 816, 832, 837, 843, 844, 861, 
983, 984, 1008, 1018, 1039, 1047, 
1048, 1049; on confiscated prop- 
erty, 18. 30, 33, 168, 192, 198, 332. 

promoted, 17. 142. 

quoted, 18. v-vi. 

rank, 16. 73, 577, 609. 

receives pay for soldiers, 17. 192, 
196, 198, 202, 211, 223, 231, 232, 
246, 254. 

re-enlists in company of, 15. 749. 

refuses to disc, recruits, 12. 350. 

reports on dissatisfaction among of- 
ficers, 14. 80; on sale of confis- 
cated property, 21. 155, 156. 

roll of company of, 15. 720-721. 

roster of Co., 16. 1005, 1007, 1014, 
1020, 1030, 1035, 1043, 1046, 1048, 
1053, 1057, 1059, 1065, 1068, 1076, 
1081, 1098, 1103, 1106, 1113, 1118-9, 
1125, 1129, 1135, 1138, 1149, 1157, 
1162, 1170, 1173, 1179, 1184, 1189, 
1195. 

stores to, 15. 597. 

to Burke on clothing, etc., 16. 268- 
259. 

to Martin on Tories, 22. 609. 

to Sumner on militia, clothing, etc., 
16. 481-482; on military affairs, 
16. 515-516. 



McREE, GRIFFTH JOHN 



46 



McWIGGlN, CHARLES 



to Sumner on public affairs, 16. 
579-580. 
McRee, Griffith, John, "Life of Ire- 
dell," extract from, 10. 1026-1041. 
IVIcRee, J. IVl., to Martin on flag, 22. 

609. 
IVIcRee (McBee), James, claims, 21. 

330, 626. 
McRee, James, land grant to, 4. 854. 
Macree, Murdock, petition, 21. 861, 

988, 992, 1048, 1049. 
McRee, Robt., in militia, 22. 283. 
McRee, Robt., in militia, 22. 307. 
McRee, Robert, land grant asked for, 

4. 440. 
McRee, Sam, in militia, 22. 306. 
McRee, Will, in militia, 22. 307. 
McRee, Wm., 20. 578, 591, 594. 
McRee, Wm., a J. P., 4. 346, 447; 6. 
1070. 
land grant to, 4. 601, 628. 
McRee, Wm., a J. P., 23. 992. 
allowance to, 22. 864. 
coms'r on building, 23. 922; on 

road, 25. 480. 
in assem., 8. 106, 113, 121, 145, 293, 
299, 301, 303, 304, 319, 326, 327, 
338, 343, 344, 349, 393, 394, 414, 
422, 432, 437, 444; 9. 136, 139, 151, 
223, 386, 387, 388, 391, 409, 411, 
447, 449, 462, 463, 470, 473, 479, 
497, 509, 519, 523, 588. 
memorial considered, 17. 297, 299. 
on com. of Assem., 8. 317; 9. 451. 
owes state, 21. 1072. 
petition, 10. 950, 964; on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-166. 
presents accounts on provisions, 13. 

393-394. 
resolve in favor of, 18. 454. 
suit against, 20. 265. 
to Caswell on Hanna and Mactur 

11. 756. 

to deliver molasses, 10. 628. 

to Harrington on confiscated lands 

16. 407. 
to pay over money of Tories, 12 

658-659. 
to sell Tory effects, 12. 217, 398. 
Tory property paid into treasury by, 

12. 552. 

McRee, Wm., court at house of and 

vestrymen, 23. 342, 343. 
McRee, Wm., in militia, 22. 399. 
McRees, John, cont. capt, 22. 1049. 
McRei, Wm., petitions for McDugal 

9. 683-685. 



McRennals, Robert, pay to, 22. 229. 
McRevels, Robert, army rank, 16. 

1115. 
McRissick, Daniel, error for McKis- 

sick, 24. 472. 
McRory, Hugh, pay to, 17. 230. 
McRory, James, army rank, 16. 1115. 

pay to, 17. 231. 
McRory, Thos., army rank, 16. 1115. 
McSheby, Miles, army rank, 16. 1115. 
McSheely, Miles, adjutant, 22. 915. 
McSwain, Edward, a J. P., 6. 342. 
dead, 9. 452, 495. 

in assembly, 8. Ill, 146, 303, 304, 
309, 422, 444, 446, 455; 9. 136, 139, 
223. 
McSwain, McAm., army rank, 21. 

1121. 
McSwaine, Patrick, regulator, 7. 736. 
McSwan, Hugh, pays half crown for 

gourd, 11. 830. 
McSwine, Wm., army rank, 16. 1122. 
McTeohe, John, petition, 9. 634-5. 
MacTier, Wm., guard, 10. 425, 42?. 

pay to, 10. 437. 
MacTier, Wm., recommendation of, 

11. 756. 
McTyre, Wm., enters caveat, 6. 1066. 
McUmlon, John, petition on land, 9. 

1262-3. 
McUrday, Alex., In army, 17. 1056. 
McVay, Eli, army rank, 16. 1120. 
McVay, John, army rank, 16. 1120. 
McVay, John, In militia. 22. 450. 
McVay (McVey), John, regulator, 7. 

735, 777. 
McVey, Eli, receives pay for soldiers, 

17. 198. 
McVuary, Dan, petition, 5. 164. 
McWain, Major, 5. 1211. 
McWaine, James, land grant to, 4. 

628, 704. 
McWharton, George, boundary coms'r, 

24. 973. 
McWhertmer, James, land grant to, 

4. 1253. 
McWhorton, Hanse, in militia, 22. 

398. 
McWhorter (McWharter, McWherter) 
Alexander, missionary, 6. 1215, 
1224, 1225; 7. 149. 
McWhorter, Geo., pensioner, 22. 77. 
McWhorter, James, ensign, 10. 937. 
McWhorter, John, allowance to, 22. 

821. 
McWhorter, John, army pay, 17. 232. 
McWhorter, John, in militia, 22. 398. 
McWiggin, Charles, prisoner, 14. 747. 



MACWILLIAMS, JOHN 



47 



MAGGOT, NICHOLAS 



MacWilliams, John, exempted, 5. lOOS. 
Macy Castle Camp, 19. 966. 
Madagascar, Gary goes to, 1. 912. 

trade with, 1. 245. 
Madam Pompadour, 22. 885. 
Madara, Jno., army rank, 16. 1119. 
Madaris, John, lieut., 10. 518. 
Madden, John, resolve in favor of, 19. 

230, 365, 367. 
Maddin, Bryan, army rank, 16. 1114. 
Maddison's Lick, 25. 32. 
Maddocks, John, land grant to, 4. 945. 
Maddock's, Mr., 7. 762. 
Maddocks (Maddox) Mills, 7. 700. 
regulation meeting at, 7. ' 250, 251, 
762. 
Maddrey, Jas., in militia, 22. 374. 
Maddry, Brylan, army rank, 16. 1117. 
Maddry, Darling, army rank, 16. 1121. 
Maddry, Jno., army rank, 16. 1111. 
Maddry, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 374. 
Madearas, Capt., 15. 428. 
Madeira Islands (Madeiras, Maderas), 
11. 802; 15. 121, 507; 17. 606; 
19. 544, 546. 
duty on wine, 16. 769; 24. 548, 549, 

659. 
Eng. fleet captured near, 14. 690. 
may export wine direct to A., 1. 

501. 
trade with, 2. 420; 5. xliii; 6. 611; 
10. 549, 1037; discussed, 6. 1030; 
limited, 10. 110. 
wine imported from, 3. xvi; 5. 317; 
16. 948; 17. 45; price, 16. 1198; 
not liked in N. C, 9. 612; trade 
with for wine discussed, 5. 322; 
used to defraud, 1. 245. 
Madeiras, John, cont. capt., 22. 1049. 
Madeiras, John, officer, 18. 486. 
Maderas, Rice, attached for contempt, 

to. 4, 7. 
Maderay, Jno., in militia, 22. 328. 
Maderen, Wm., asks for lapse patent, 
2. 453. 
quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Maderis, Capt., orders of ment'd, 15. 

474. 
Madfield, Wils., petition for division 

^f Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
Madgett, Capt., prisoner, 16. 741, 937, 

938, 940, 941. 
Madison, Mr., commissary on Indian 
campaign, 10. 838. 
commissioner to extend Va. boun- 
dary line, 14. 122. 
Madison, James, 16. 344. 
comr. on trade, etc., 18. 542-543, 792. 



expected in C. C, 20. 603. 

to Johnston on work of Congress 
and the Federal court, 22. 634-6. 
Madison, James, interpreter, 17. 586. 
Madkin, John, exempted, 9. 476. 
Madran, Jno., in militia, 22. 351. 
Mad ray, Wm., receives pay for sold- 
iers, 17. 230. 
Madree, Darling, in army, 13. 510. 
Madren, Richard, appraiser, 1. 435. 

juror, 1. 428, 430, 433, 434, 567. 
Madri, John, petitions for Windsor as 

C. H., 9. 804-805. 
Madrid, Wm., army pay, 17. 230. 
Madrid, Spain, 11. 515; 16. 895; 17. 
5; 21. 454. 

loans negotiated in, 14. 231. 
Madrid, court of, 4. 1308; 14. 206. 

minister to, 14. 347. 
Madrie, Capt., 22. 106. 
Madrin, Jacob, in militia, 22. 352. 
Madry, John, army pay, 17. 230. 
Madry, John, army pay, 17. 233. 

army rank, 16. 1118. 
Maffit (Maffet), Wm., draws petition 
of regulators, 7. 758-759. 

on com. of regulators, 7. 731-732. 
Magara Fort, to be continued, 7. 708. 
Magazines, at Kinston to be captured, 
14. 184. 

comrs. to erect for military stores, 

13. 583, 683-684, 690. 

guards over disbanded, 13. 11, 12. 
in Edenton should be guarded, 1 1 . 

637-638. 
Nash to Assem. on, 15. 68. 
removal from Wilmington discussed, 

14. 114, 118, 141, 160. 
Magazines of ammunition, act on, 25. 

213. 
Magby, Robert, army pay, 17. 231. 
Magdalen, Charles, prisoner, 17. 1046. 
Magdalene Islands, fishing allowed, 

16. 751; 17. 7. 
Magdelen, cutter, 9. 14. 

Magee, , land grant to, 4. 618. 

Magee, Wm., in assembly, 6. 428. 
Magell, Edward, in army, 13. 505. 
Mageo (Magoe), Lawrence, 1. 427, 
550. 
law suit, 1. 432, 445. 
sells land, 1. 453. 
Mageo, Mary, gives power of attorney, 
1. 427. 
law suit, 1. 432, 445-446. 
sells land, 1. 453. 
Maggot, Nicholas, a J. P., 4. 1038. 



MAGILL, WM. 



48 



MAJORITY 



Magill, Wm., petition on separation, 

22. 705-10. 
Magistrates, bill to enlarge jurisdic- 
• tion, 4. 560. 
complaint in regard to suspension 

of, 4. 237, 238. 
dismission from office considered, 

6. 296-9. 
jurisdiction should be enlarged, 5. 

298. 
newly modeled, 4. 1142. 
powers in Eng., 1. 466. 
powers should be extended, 8. 83. 
to perform marriage ceremony, 23. 
158. 
Maglaughan, James, enters caveat, 2. 

564. 
Magna Charta, 2. 271, 689; 3. 231; 4. 
429; 8. iii; 9. 1045; 10. 11, 224; 
16. 437. 
ignored in N. C, 2. 614. 
in force in N. C, 23. 317. 
Magne, Lau., juror, Z. 364. 
Magnes, Perrigreen, on Tryon S. C, 

15. 120. 
Magness, Capt., members of S. Com. 

from company of, 10. 423. 
Magnus Apollo, 15. 577. 
Mago, John, land grant to, 4. 588. 
Magoun, George, proposed for vestry, 

8. 155. 
Magowan, George, allowance to, 22. 

845. 
Magraw, Richard, public bills of credit 
to be burnt at house of, 5. 679, 
727. 
Maguire, Capt., 14. 827. 

Mahan, , prisoner, 16. 671. 

Mahanes, Tapley, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Mahaneys, Wm., army rank, 16. 1110. 
Mahaus, Saml., army rank, 16. 1115. 
Maheney, Robt., in militia, 22. 382. 
Mahogany furniture, in Martin sale, 

22. 880-9. 
Mahon, Lord, 9. 1092. 
Mahon, Archibald, in Indian war, 10. 

754. 
Mahone, John, in militia, 22. 416. 
Mahones, Wm., soldier, 18. 797. 
Mahoney, John, army pay, 17. 233. 
Maib, John, Sr., pensioner, 22. 77. 
Malbry, J., army pay, 17. 247. 
Maibry, Moland, army pay, 17. 233. 
Maiden church, history, 8. 754. 
Maidere, Lawrence, Sr., pensioner, 

22. 78. 
Maigher, Martin, 21. 830. 
Mai I ho I, , to Burke on imported 



supplies, 16. 232-233. 
Mailhol (Mayhol) and Van ScheJeback 
(Schellenbeck, Shellebee), 19.647. 
Burke to on schooner, freight, etc., 
16. 549-550; on work of Bretegny, 
16. 530-531. 
invoice to, 19. 879-880. 
pork to, 16. 494. 
report on supplies, 16. 475. 
to deliver powder, 19. 224, 360. 
Maiming, as punishment (?), 22. 850. 
Maiming and wounding, act on, 23. 
420. 
bill to prevent, 5. 265, 266, 267, 269, 

279, 284, 286, 287, 288, 290, 310. 
Eng. acts on in force in N. C, 23. 
320, 324. 
Main, Henry, pensioner, 22. 75. 
Main, James, traffics with Br., 15. 92. 
Main Creek, 7. 1004. 
Main Street (Hillsboro?), 22. 873. 
Mainard, Lord, at council, 1. 222. 
Mainard, John, 22. 292. 
Maine (State), government, 1. 225. 
immigrants from, 5. 1150. 
limits should be extended, 5. 464. 
population in 1755, 5. -470, 473. 
tax on for forts, 5. 470, 473. 
Mainer, John, juror, 2. 826. 
Mainer, Josiah, army rank, 16. 1119. 
Maines, Samuel, in army, 15. 722. 
Maines, Wm., in army, 15. 718. 
Mainor, Josiah, army pay, 17. 229. 

pensioner, 22. 75. 
Mainprize, Eng., act on in force in N. 

C, 23. 321. 
Mains, Robert, 21. 113. 
Mains, Robert, in Indian war, 10. 754. 
Mains, Thomas, asks pardon for Fruit, 

9. 93-94. 
Maintainers, Eng. act on in force in 

N. C, 23. 319. 
Mair, Mr., buys state tobacco, 20. 407. 
Mair (Mare), John, in C. of state, 20. 
226, 270, 414, 455. 
memorial, 20. 200, 203, 270, 383, 443. 
nom. for C. of S., 20. 491; 21. 19, 
251, 611. 
Mai res, George, 23. 687. 
Maitland, Wm., bill for town on lands 

of, 20. 34. 
Majesty in Council, appeals to denied, 

1. 631. 
Majesty's Person, act on security of, 

25. 426. 
Majett, Edward, in army, 13. 529. 
Majority, to make quorum of Gen. 
Assem., 10. 1012. 



MAJORS, THOMAS 



49 



MALLETT, PETER 



Majors, Thomas, asks for new county, 
9 89. 

Makefasson, Jas., in militia, 22. 348. 

Makefasson, Moses, in militia, 22. 348. 

Makely, James, town coms'r, 25. 96. 

Malaby, Wm., army rank, 16. 1117. 

Malatt. See Mallett. 

Malatt, Mr., 15. 616. 

Malbone, Malachi, army rank, 14. 
1109. 

Malburn's Island, 2. 800. 

Malchett, Edward, land grant to, 4. 
704. 

Malcolm, Mr., suspended as comptrol- 
ler, 9. 300, 994, 1176. 

Malcolm, Capt., aid to Tryon, 8. 583. 
In regulation campaign, 19. 843. 

Malcolm, Col., 12. 506. 

Malcolm, Mr., 10. 101. 

Malcolm, Mr., misconduct as collector, 
9. 237. 

Malcom, Alex., petitions, 19. 933. 

Malcomb, Col., 12. 509. 
commands troops at West Point, 1 2. 
509. 

Malcombe, Phil., 20. 540. 

Maiden, Hump'y, army rank, 16. 1120. 

Maleby, Wm., army pay, 18. 230. 

Malefactors, protection to, 1. 631. 
See also criminals. 

Mall, Indian, imported, 1. 650. 

Mallaby, John, horseman, 15. 509. 

Mallard, Lawson, pensioner, 22. 76. 

Mallard, Peter, land grant to, 4. 342. 

Mallard's Creek, 14. 777. 

Mallary, Andrew, arms and ammuni- 
tion to, 14. 413. 

Malleby, Henry, army pay, 17. 231. 

Mallerey, Levi, in army, 15. 721. 

Mallery, Col., killed, 17. 992. 

Mallery, Levy, army rank, 16. 1112. 

Mallet. See Malatt 

Mallet, , money rec'd from, 17. 

380. 

Mallet, Mr., 22. 951. 

Mallet, Biscuit, outlawed, shot and 
paid for, 9. 724, 771, 778. 

Mallett, , 16. 533. 

Mallett, , Emmet and Mallett, beef 

and pork put up for, 15. 333. 
to Caswell on provisions for troops, 
14. 179-180. 

Mallett, , wants lot, 17. 147, 158. 

Mallett, Mr., 14. 69, 613; 15. 180, 181. 

Mallett, Mr., aids P. Mallett, 15. 343, 
344. 

Mallett, Mrs., 16. 585. 

Mallett, D., 16. 964; 22. 622. 



Mallett, Daniel, 14. 700. 
commissary, 10. 971. 
does not send leather, 13. 147. 
has public money, 13. 68. 
loses molasses and marks barrels, 

13. 393, 394. 

payments to, 13. 348, g49, 350, •352. 
reports on salt raid, 11. 526-527; on 
sickness among slaves, 11. 749. 
Tinnen to on removal of negroes, 

15. 633. 

to Caswell on money for provisions, 
11. 632; on payment to troops, 
1 1 . 674-5 ; on rise in price of pro- 
visions, 11. 439-440, 444, 472. 

to surrender stores to Fletcher, 14. 
392. 

unable to draw money for use of 
troops, 11. 411, 425, 427. 
Mallett(?), P., and provisions, 13. 310- 

11; 14. 590. 
Mallett (Mallatt, Malott), Peter, 16. 
937, 944; 16. 538. 

a J. P., 12. 99; 23. 993. 

accounts of, 22. 1018. 

allowance to, 22. 941, 946. 

bill for food for militia, 10. 792. 

Burke to on his return to patriots, 

16. 188. 

buys provisions for troops, 13. 310,. 

311. 
case of, 18. 213-214, 421-422, 428, 478- 

479. 
Caswell to on provisions for troops^ 

14. 166, 171, 179, 180. 
character, 22. 609. 

claims molasses, 13. 393, 394. 
clothing to, 14. 715. 
commissary, 10. 536, 643. 
commis. general, 14. 625. 
coms'r town, 24. 180, 182. 
contractor, 15. 220. 
contributes to S. C, 10. 437. 
drives off beef, 14. 770. 
Emmet settles with, 15. 333. 
excepted from pardon, 16. 850; 22.. 

236; 24. 490; and tried, 16. 963,. 

964, 965-966, 978. 
holds public money, 12. 555; public; 

salt, 10. 999. 
in assembly, 12. 658, 688, 699, 730,. 

736, 816, 822, 823, 873, 879; 19. 

377, 378. 
letter to on com. dept. ment'd, 15. 

12. 
molasses to be delivered to, 10. 

628. 



3-4 



MALLETT, PETER 



50 



MALMEDY, COL. 



money needed by for provisions, 14. 

841. 
money to, 22. 965, 1016. 
negro of paid for after being out- 
lawed and shot, 9. 724, 771, 778, 
784. 
on com. of Assem., 12. 563, 668, 727, 

755, 766. * 
on regulation of Cross Creek, 15. 

209-11. 

on S. C. of Wilmington, 10. 69, 72, 

89, 93, 112, 124, 141, 151, 159, 160, 

161, 220, 263, 279, 285, 298, 304, 

328, 334. 

on Wilmington com. of secrecy and 

cor., 10. 298. 
payments to, 13. 348, 349, 350, 352; 
for flour, 10. 630; for troops, 10. 
879 
petition, 21. 259, 302, 609, 716. 
property confiscated, 17. 145, 149; 
and prosecuted for treason, 19. 
89-90, 121. 
recommended as commissary, 1 1 . 

369. 
resigns as commissioner on Tories 

estates, 10. 643. 
sends accounts to council of safety, 
10. 787; Mumford to transact 
business, 14. 756. 
takes beef from troops, 15. 411; 

bond of Polsom, 12. 373. 
to assist In provisioning troops, 13. 

313. 
to be prosecuted for treason, 16. 

168, 174. 
to be taken before a judge, 16. 513- 

514. 
to Board of War on salt and an- 
swer, 14. 406, 411. 
to Burke on his arrival in Wilming- 
ton, 16. 189-190. 
to Caswell on money for provisions, 
11. 632; on payments to troops, 
11. 674-675; on provisions for 
troops, 14. 8-9, 225-226; 15. 314, 
327, 343-344, 357, 362, 363; and an- 
swer, 13. 259, 260-261, 269-270, 
284-285, 294, 315-316, 334-335, 336- 
337; on rise in price of provisions, 
11. 439-440, 444, 472. 
to Council of State on money, 22. 

749-50. 
to deliver salt, 10. 577, 682. 
to furnish provisions for troops, 13. 

324. 
to Gates on payment of warrants, 
14. 753-754. 



to inventory loyalists' property, 10. 

. 554. 
to Nash on back country report, 14. 
861; on provisions for troops, 15. 
64. 
to reship stores, 9. 1113. 
to sell paper, 10. 305. 
to supply rations and forage to 

Boyd, 13. 702, 706. 
trial and acquittal of, 16. 879. 
Mallett, Thomas, army pay, 17. 234. 
Mallison, Jnc, army rank, 16. 1115. 
Mailed Creek, 7. 1004. 
Mallone, Richard, Imported, 1. 479. 
Mallott, Jacob, army rank, 16. 1122. 
Malloy. See Maloy. 
Malloy, Edward, army pay, 17.- 230. 
Malloy (Mulloy), James, 21. 641. 
allowance to, 17. 378, 389, 417, 424, 

425; 18. 468, 472, 475; 20. 115. 
doorkeeper H. of C, 16. 3; 17. 267, 
879; 19. 490, 719; 20. 122; 21. 4, 
196, 433, 874, 897; and allowances 
to, 18. 229; 19. 235, 388, 390, 392, 
394, 396, 397, 398. 
resolves in favor of, 19. 225, 362, 
363. 
Malloy, Thos., resolve in favor of, 20. 

87, 103. 
Malloy, Wm., takes oath, 22. 175. 
Malmedy (Malmedl, Malmady, Mal- 
madle), Col., ?4. 453, 630; 15. 
119, 546, 780, 781; 19. 957; 22. 
112, 122, 130, 131, 156, 157, 158. 
address of ment'd, 17. 644. 
commands light house, 17. vll; mili- 
tia, 22. 730. 
dead, 18. 540. 
fights Br. at Ramsay's Mill, 17. 

1011. 
letter from ment'd, 14. 471, 474, 483; 
17. 840-841, 856, 933, 934, 939-940, 
974; 22. 778. 
lies on Pinkney, 14. 701. 
movements, 15. 456-457. 
quoted, 15. 457. 
recommended, 17. 682, 726, 764, 766; 

and his answer, 15. 230, 231-233. 
report of Wood's company under, 

15. 509-510. 
to assembly on raising Light Horse, 

15. 229-230, 231-233. 
to command militia, 17. 693, 771, 

776. 
to Gates on command for self, 14. 
531; on his army service and 
ambitions, 14. 538-40; on So. cam- 
paign, 14. 631-632. 



MALONE, DANIEL 



51 MANKILLER OF HOOWEE 



to Nash on command of Light 

Horse, 22. 528. 
to Sumner on movement of troops 
and provisions, 15. 515-516. 
Malone, Daniel, takes oath, 22. 177. 
Malone, Daniel, takes oath, 22. 178. 
Malone, Geo., takes oath, 22. 178. 
Malone, Henry, takes oath, 22. 177. 
Malone, Isaac, army rank, 16. 1122. 

discharged from jail, 14. 287. 
Malone, Nath'l., in militia, 22. 163. 
IVTalone, Nath'l., takes oath, 22. 178. 
Malone, Robt., takes oath, 22. 172. 
Malone, Simon, in militia, 22. 160. 
Malone and Sharp, to bring in horses, 

15. 619. 
Malory, Phil, prisoner, 16. 672. 
Maloy. See Malloy. 
Maloy, Charles, claims allowed, 10. 

574. 
Maloy, Edward,' army pay, 17. 232. 
Maloy, James, army pay, 17. 232. 
Maloy, Thos., town trustee, 24. 616. 
Malpas, John, quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Mai pas, Simon, land grants to, 4. 447. 
Maipass, James, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Malpes Marmaduke, in army, 13. 529. 
Maiphus, Henry, army rank, 16. 1121. 
Malsby's Point, 23. 221. 
Malta, Knight of, 2. 764. 
Maitimore, Wm., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Maltravers, Lord, receives patent of 
Heath, 1. 519. 
See also Matravers, Lord. 
Maltsby, Wm., land grant to, 4. 945, 

964. 
Malumomy Creek, 2. 814. 
Malunthy, signs Indian treaty, 18. 515. 
Malvolio, 14. 274. 
Mam, John, Sr., a J. P., 4. 713. 
Man. See Mann. 
Man, Hammin, exempted from draft, 

17. 852. 
Man, Jane, 2. 88. 
Man, John, appraiser, 2. 99. 
dismissed by court, 2. 469-470. 
juror, 2. 89, 93, 95, 96. 
Man, J no., army rank, 16. 1116. 
Man, John, juror, 25. 188. 
Man, J no., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Man, Thos., a J. P., 4. 48. 

law suit, 2. 100. 
Man, Isle of, trade to not allowed, 10. 

369. 
Manatawny Road, Pa., 11. 643. 
Manatkins, Ben., receives pay for sold- 
iers, 17. 213. 



Manceil, Mary, paid as witness, 1. 

401. 
Manceil, Wm., paid as witness, 1. 401. 
Manchester, Isaac, army rank, 16. 

1108. 
Manchester, Va.(?) 15; 536. 
Manchester, Va., 16. 555, 635. 
Mandamus, bill on proceedings in, 21. 

281, 287, 318, 665. 
Mander, Thomas, discharged by Prov. 
Cong., 10. 584. 
loyalist, 10. 601. 
paroled, 10. 541. 
Manders, Wm., army rank, 16. 1121. 
Mandiey, Wm., army rank, 16. 1116. 
Mane, Brig. Gen., 12. 469. 
Maner, Jacob, proposes armistice, 16. 

208. 
Maner, John, petitions on land grants, 

8. 1260-1263; 11. 250-253. 
Maner, Joseph, exempted, 4. 825-826. 
Maner, Richard, regulator, 8. 78. 
Maner, Thomas, petitions on land 
grants, 8. 1260-1263; 11. 250-253. 
Manes, Wm., army pay, 17. 232. 
Maneweii, Jese, army rank, 16. 1121. 
Maney, Aiex'r, in militia, 22. 391. 
Maney, James, juror, 4. 524. 
Mangeon, Peter, witness, 20. 159, 160, 

161. 
Manger, Nicho., juror, 4. 524. 
Mangham, Jas., in militia, 22. 374. 
Mangham, Sam'i, in militia, 22. 375. 
Mangham, Wm., in militia, 22. 374. 
Mangham, Wm., Jr., in militia, 22. 

374. 
Mangum, Arthur, petitions, 19. 934, 

935. 
Mangum, Jo., takes oath, 22. 179. 
Mangum, Wm., petitions, 19. 935. 
Manifee, Jonas, act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
Maniffee, Jonas, land grant to, 19. 

572. 
Manigauit, Gabriel, 6. 556. 
Manigolds, 15. 242, 244. 
Maning. Manning. 
Maning, Sam'i, takes oath, 22. 176. 
Manis, Fredk., army rank, 16. 1122. 
Mank, Andrew, meeting to be held at 

house of, 25. 109. 
Mankiiier, Indian, 7. 207, 210. 

medal to, 7. 209. 
Mankiiier of Chote, signs Cherokee 

treaty, 7. 855. 
Mankiiier of Hoowee, at Indian Con- 
gress, 11. 179. 



MANKILLER OF TALASSEE 52 



MANNY, JAMES 



Mankiller of Talassee, treats with 

Franklin State, 22. 649. 
Manley, Maj., and battle of Camden, 

15. 272. 
Manley, Absalom, petition, 16. 97; 10. 

63. 
Manley, Allen, army rank, 16. 1120. 
Manley, Jas., in militia, 22. 494. 
Manley, John, at Proprietors' meeting, 
1. 818, 819. 

instructs Hyde, 1. 844-846. 
Manley, John, land grant to, 4. 965. 
Manley, Sir Joseph, 9. 1092. 
Manley, Littleton, army rank, 16. 

1122. 
Manley, Moses, army pay, 17. 233. 

army rank, 16. 1121. 

pensioner, 22. 75. 
Manley, Sothey, army rank, 16. 1117. 
Manley, Wm., to Ashe on Nogg and 

Campbell, 22. 773. 
Manley (Countersign), 12. 474. 
Manly, Mr., cited, 4. 169. 
Manly, Dr., 5. 1172. 
Manly, Gabriel, army pay, 17. 234. 
Manly, Jesse, deserter, 15. 664; 19. 

884. 
Manly, John, shipmaster, 8. 545. 
Manly, Morris, army rank, 16. 1119. 
Manly, Moses, army rank, 16. 1119. 
Manly, Sothey, in Davidson's Co., 14. 

294. 
Manly, Southam, army pay, 17. 233. 
Mann. See Man. 
Mann, Arnold, army pay, 17. 234. 
Mann, Edw., in militia, 22. 497. 
Mann, Edward, in militia, 22. 497. 
Mann, John, a J. P., 2. 572; 3. 234. 

in asseni., 3. 562, 576, 580, 597, 635, 
641. 

juror, 4. 523. 

land grant to, 4. 963, 1038. 

lapse patent to, 2. 682. 

rights proved, 4. 1038. 
Mann, Jno., army rank, 16. 1118. 
Mann, John, arrests Brimage, 11. 555. 
Mann, John, asks for new county, 9. 

89-90. 
Mann, John, in army, 13. 508. 
Mann, Jno., in militia, 22. 353. 
Mann, Josiah, army pay, 17. 231. 
Mann, Nathan, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Mann, Thomas, army pay, 17. 232. 

in army, 15. 733; 16. 1113. 

reenlists, 15. 750. 

soldier, 18. 797. 
Mann, Thomas, asks for new county 
9. 89-90. 



Mann, Wm., claim allowed, 18. 329. 
Mann, Wm., in militia, 22. 497. 
Mann, William, in militia, 22. 497. 
Manna, James, vestryman, 23. 499. 
Mannan. See Manning. 
Mannan, Charles, army pay, 17. 233. 
Mannen, Jno. Hugo, in militia, 17. 

1057. 

Mannering, , law suit, 1. 397. 

See also Manwering, Stephen. 
Mannering, Wm., land grant to, 4. 759. 

witness, 5. 494. 
Manners, 7. 288. 

Manney, Jas., land grant to, 4. 589. 
Manney, Jas., in militia, 22. 273. 
Manney, James, in assembly, 17. 265, 

266, 293, 304, 354, 359, 364, 365, 

366, 368, 387, 391, 394, 395, 406, 

425. 
Manney's Landing, inspection at, 23. 

641, 792; 25. 379. 
Mannin, Rueben, army pay, 17. 231. 
Manning. See Maning, Mannan. 
Manning, , house burned by Br., 

15. 571. 
Manning, Mr., in C. C, 18. 671, 709, 

726, 754. 
Manning, Lieut., wounded, 15. 638. 
Manning, Andrew, 22. 93. 
Manning, Bentley, a volunteer, 14. 

838. 
in militia, 22. 270. 
Manning, Chas., army rank, 16. 1114. 
Manning, James, lapse patent to, 2. 

678. 
quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Manning, John, a volunteer, 14. 839. 
Manning, John, army pay, 17. 230. 

army rank, 16. 1117. 
Manning, Jno., army rank, 16. 1121. 
Manning, John, in militia, 22. 165. 
Manning, Jno., in militia, 22. 270. 
Manning, John, land grant to, 4. 628. 
Manning, Marion, a volunteer, 14. 839. 
Manning, Marium, in militia, 22. 270. 
Manning, Taylor, army pay, 17. 231. 
Manning, Thomas, army pay, 17. 234. 

army rank, 16. 1116. 
Manning, Timothy, army rank, 16. 

1110. 
Manning, Wm., army rank, 16. 1122. 
Manning's divorce Ijlll, 4. 581. 
Mannock, Fran., petition on exchange 

rates of bills, 6. 16-17. 
Manny. See Manney. 
Manny, Mr., Br. burn dwelling, 15 

560. 
Manny, James, dead, 22. 313. 



MANNY, JAMES 



53 



MAPLES, MARMADUKE 



Manny (Many), James, dead, 5. 163; 

22. 273. 
Manny's Ferry, 15. 560. 
Manny's Landing, inspection at, 23. 

641, 792; 25. 379. 
Manor, power of Lord of, 1. 191. 
Manora, Nichs., army ranl£, 16. 1110. 
Manors, size under F. C, 1. 191. 
not to be divided, 1. 191. 
under Fund. Constns., 25. 125-6. 
Mans, Thos., 2. 488. 
Mansan, Maj., location, 15. 569. 
Mansco, Caspar, land grant to, 19. 

572. 
Mansell, Wm., juror, 1. 446. 

|aw suit, 1. 485, 487. 
Manseo (Mansco?), Caspar, act for 

land to, 24. 629-30. 
Mansfield, Lord, at Prov. Council, 0. 

632, 667. 
Mansfield, Edward, witness, 818. 
Mansfield, Hannah, witness, 2. 103. 
Mansfield, James, claims allowed, 10. 

356. 
Mansfield, James, counterfeiter, 22. 

858. 
Mansfield, James, pardoned, 7. 870- 

871. 
Mansfield, James, taxable, 1,5. 192. 

voter, 15. 237. 
Mansfield, Samuel, army pay, 17. 232. 
Mansfield, Zebulon, petitions on 

county bounds, 9. 633-634. 
Mansfield's Brook, 4. 329. 
Manslaughter, Eng. act on in force in 

N. C, 23. 318, 322, 323. 
trial for, 1. 594-5. 
Manson, Maj., commands Tories, 22. 

539. 
Manson, John, army pay, 17. 231. 
Mantizes, Maj., commands detach- 
ment, 12. 471. 
Manture, Patrick, land grant to, 4. 

618. 
Mantz, 14. 356. 

Manuel, Christr., pensioner, 22. 78. 
Manuel, Jesse, pensioner, 22. 75. 
Manufacturers, bill to incorporate, 21. 

243, 256, 265, 307, 318, 621, 688, 

762, 813, 912, 915, 972. 
Manufactures, 5. 317. 

act to encourage, 25. 57-8. 

bill to encourage, 7. 898, 899, 901, 

903, 937, 940, 941, 947, 949; 20. 

189, 192, 202, 368. 
British imported into N. C, 8. 496. 
considered, 3. xlvii. 
development of, 5. xlii. 



discouraged, 2. xviii. 
encouragement of, 10. 193, 216-219; 

by Va. embargoes, 2. xv-xvi, 685, 

774-775; needed, 6. 1261. 
forced on N. C. by Va. anti N. C. 

tobacco law, 3. 196. 
■imports of, 5. xliii. 
in America, 2. 156; increase of, 2. 

164. 
means to hinder, 11. 226. 
must come with small farms, 3. 148- 

9. 
no new ones established, 7. 790. 
premiums to be offered for, 9. 1134, 

1141-1143. 
promoted, 1. 536-537, 541; in charter 

colonies, 1. 631-632. 
report on, 6. 612, 969; 7. 546; 8. 154, 

496; to be made on, 3. 369; 5. 

1117-18; wanted, 18. 798; 20. 628, 

631, 657, 659, 676, 683, 684. 
rewards for, 10. 370. 
set up because of limitations on 

trade, 5. 321. 
should be encouraged, 4. 78, 79, 82, 

84, 120. 
those prejudicial to England not to 

be encouraged, 6. 559. 
to be improved, 2. 489-490. 
Tryon reports on, 7. 429-30. 
way to prevent, 5. 322. 
use of domestic M. encouraged, 7. 1. 
Manumission of slaves, act against, 

24. 14-15, 221, 964. 
Manus, Wm., in militia, 22. 376. 
Manuscript Revisal of N. C. laws, ex- 
tracts from, 2. 884-890. 
Manwaring (Manwaren, Manering, 

Manwering, Mannering, Manwar- 

ed), Stephen, 1. 417, 425, 426, 433. 
audits account, 1. 796. 
buys land, 1. 485; and sells land, 1. 

480. 
gives power of atty., 1. 532. 
grants for persons imported, 1. 396. 
juror, 1. 388, 397. 
law suits, 1. 387, 388, 394, 397, 413, 

414, 415, 416, 417, 418, 421, 422, 

428, 429, 435-436, 437, 438, 480, 481, 

493, 520-521, 523, 532, 535. 
sells, 1. 484, 534. 
witness, 1. 485, 487. 
Many (Manny), James, dead, 22. 273. 
Maple Fork, 23. 658. 
Maples, Marmaduke, army pay, 17. 

233. 
army rank, 13. 508; 10. 1116. 
pensioner, 22. 75. 



MAPLES, THOS. 



54 



MAKE BRANCH 



petition, 21. 234, 608. 
Maples, Thos., bill to vest laid in, 21. 

76, 80, 116(?), 122. 
Maples, Thos., Jr., bill to vest land in, 

20. 530, 559. 
Maps, 22. 881, 882. 
aid for Dunbibin's asked, 5. 847. 
•allowance of 5nf for. .8. 369, 390, 
438, 449, 452; to Churton for print- 
ing of, 7. 308, 309, 372-373, 377, 
378, 385, 389. 
bill to secure, 21. 839, 1013, 1026. 
by Collet and Churton, 7. 860, 861, 

863. 
by Home, 1. 155. 
by Col. Lilly, 3. 9. 
by Moseley, 3. 137; 4. 1073; 11. 18, 
by Wilson, cost and number, 1. 344. 
difficulties of discussed, 5. 643. 
in process of compilation, 3. 154. 
in preparation, 6. 1319. 
of America needed, 3. 49. 
of Indian country sent to Eng., 10. 

795. 
of North Carolina, 18. 497. 
of route of Br. from, 14. 586. 
of S. C. boundary, 11. facing 80. 
procured, 3. 372. 
Proprietors subscribe to Lawson's, 

1. 717. 
sent to Bp. of London by Wimble, 

4. 245. 
services of Dunbibbin recognized 
on, 6. 1114-1115, 1137-1138, 1160, 
1187-1188, 1191, 1210, 1214. 
to be made, 3. 115. 
to be printed, 1. 34. 
to be sent to Board of Trade, 6. 
1142; to Proprietors, 1. 338. 
Mapsum, Arthur, juror, 25. 187. 

See Mabson, Arthur. 
Mar, Earl of, 8. 44. 
Maratuck River, see Moratuck River. 
Marberry (Marbury), Col., 22. 980. 
and Briar Creek battle, 14. 276. 
Greene to on condition of So. army, 
15. 181.- 
iMarble, 2. 793. 
Marblehead, Mass., 6. 708. 
iMarbois, M. de„ 17. 177. 
I and debt due France, 17. 32. 

and debt to Martinico, 18. 575, 587 

598, 599, 610. 
letters of ment'd, 17. 273, 274. 
pay to, 18. 540. 

quoted on Martinico debt, 17. 502. 
resolution of C. C. on insult to, 17 
71-72. 



to Caswell on debt to Martinico 
and answer, 17. 439, 475-476, 488. 
to delegates in C. C. on settlement 
of accounts with France and ans- 
wer, 17. 113-114 117, 

• to Hardy on open ports for tJ. S., 
17. 161-162. 
to Martin on claims of' Martinico 
and opening of ports, 17. 87-88, 
117, 596. 
to Spaight on debt to Martinico, 17. 
450-1, 465. 

Marbury, Capt., 14. 452. 
clothing to, 14. 716. 
needs clothing, 14. 682. 

Marbury (Masbury), Col., 13. 213. 
and battle of Briar Creek, 14. 40, 
53. 

Marcard, Rev. Adam Nicholas, pas- 
tor of Lutheran churches, 8. 772. 

March, Barnet, army rank, 16. 1118. 

March, Tiberius, army pay, 17. 232. 

Marchand, Kedar, a J. P., 23. 993. 

Marchant, Mr., 14. 352. 

Marchant, Caleb, in army, 15. 726. 

Marchant, Jno., army rank, 18. 1109. 

Marchant, Molica, in militia, 8. 59. 

Marchbanks, George, regulator, 7. 809. 

Marchbanks, Wm., claims proved, 8. 
517. 

Marchill, John, regulator, 7. 813. 

Marchmant, Wm., land grant to, 4. 
893. 

Marchment, Wm., exempted, 8. .451. 

Marchment, Wm., in militia, 22. 340. 

Marchmont, Earl of, at council, 2. 680, 
732. 
at Privy Council, 11. 213-215. 

Marchmont, 7. 836. 

Marchmont (parole), 22. 874. 

Marckland, Mr., 11. 451. 

Marcom. See Markham. 

Marcom, , suspension of discuss- 
ed, 8. 618. 

Marcum, Thos., pensioner, 22. 75. 

Marden, Robert, allowance to, 22. 816, 
817. 

Mardray, Darlin, army rank, 16. 1116. 

Mardren, Rich, juror, 1. 588. 

Mardsay, John, in army, 13. 521. 

Mardun, James, petition against mar- 
riage act, 8. 623-4. 

Mare, J., supplies army, 16. 485, 496. 

Mare, John, allowance to, 18. 763. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 39, 49. 
resolution rejected, 18. 429. 

Mare, appraised, 1. 613. 

Mare Branch, 2. 805; 23. 503. 



MARENS, ELIS 



55 



MARKHAM, WILLIAM 



Marens, Elis, in militia, 22. 368. 
Maret (Marrett), Stephen, pay to 

22. 4S8. 
Marfey, Roger, regulator, 7. 735. 
Margals, John Frederick, land grant 
to, 4. 953. 
rights proved, 4. 953. 
Margaret, John Frederick, land grant 

to, 4. 1040. 
IVIargarett, 8. 575. 
IVIarget, storm at, 1. 976. 
Margotte, Capt., 13. 287. 
Maria, negro. Imported, 1. 650. 
Maria, ship, 21. 408. 
Maria, store-ship, 10. 138a- 
Marian, Isaac, 9. 1221. 
Marienburg, Ger., Moravian Synod in, 

5. 1151. 
Mariglute's Ferry, troops needed at, 

14. 506. 
Marine Department, Pennell's letter 

on debts to U. S., 17. 69-70. 
Marion, Bartholomew, pensioner, 22. 

78. 
Marion, Francis, 14. 625, 635, 680, 
697; 19. 963; 22. 93, 96, 126, 229. 
action considered, 16. 217-219. 
acts in eastern N. C, 15. vi. 
captures Georgetown, 22. 533. 
destroys boats, 15. 277, 279. 
efforts to capture fail, 15. ix. 
joins Greene, 17. 1029. 
letter of ment'd, 18. 321. 
Martin to on reduction of Tories, 

16. 690-691. - 
movements, 14. 649-650; 16. 688, 

691, 693; 17. 1032. 
not with Little Pedee folks, 16. 182- 

183. 
operations, 15. v. 
partisan leader, 14. 423. 
prisoners taken by, 14. 684. 
reports on movements of Br., 14. 
748; on Tories in Bladen, 14. 383. 
quoted, 15. 544. 
services, 17. 1041. 
skirmishes, 1 5. 185. 
success of and pursued by Tarleton, 

16. 303-304. 
surprised, 16. 536. 
takes Md. and Del. troops, 14. 771. 
threatened, 14. 681. 
to Burke on neutrality Tories, 16. 

283. 
to collect militia, 14. 652. 
to Gates on defeat of Tyne, 14. 726; 
on his attacks on Br., 14. 665-6; 
on his movements, 14. 616-618, 



621,-622, 746-747. 
troops of leave, 14. 746, 748. 
truce with Tories, 16. ix, 487; 
22. 549, 608. 
Marion, Gabriel, killed, 14. 746. 
Marlson, Isaac, 9. 1221. 
Maritime Courts, act to establish, 
24. 686-8. 
bill on, 19. 446, 457, 484, 762, 781, 
790, 801, 826-827; 21. 225, 239, 396, 
599; to establish, 18. 199, 399. 
judge elected, 20. 230, 244, 265-, 266, 
272, 273, 276, 279, 423, 429, 430, 
442, 456, 461, 465, 523, 538; 21. 
385-386, 389, 398, 399, 703, 704, 710, 
711; wanted, 20. 771. 
Leech resigns as judge, 20.' 767. 
Markalmant, John, army pay, 17. 232. 
Marker, Nathaniel, imported, 1. 436. 
Marker, Robert, land grant to, 4. 959. 
Markert, Rev. Ludwig, licensed, 8. 775. 
pastor of Lutheran churches, 8. 774. 
pastorate of, 8. 776. 
secretary of N. C. Synod, 8. 776. 
work in N. C. and Ind., 8. 781. 
Market, Frederick, petitions for lands, 

4. 954-956. 
Market Street. Edenton, 25. 102. 
Market Street, Phila., Pa., 9. 1066. 
Market Street (Wilmington), 25. 
244, 258. 
■act to regulate Wilmington, 25. 512. 
to be established .by governor, 3. 
73. 
Markets, 16. 479. 
Markey, John, for Starkey, 6. 208. 
Markham. See Marcom, Marcum, 

Markhim, Markum. 
Markham, Mr., 26. 781. 
Markham, Anthony, cares for pauper, 

1. 594. 

Markham, Antho., juror, 4. 519. 

Markham, Anthony, militia, 22. 349. 

Markham, Anthony, quit rents of, 22. 
249. 

Markham, Elizabeth, letters of admin- 
istration made void, 2. 564. 

Markham, Jos., juror, 25. 187. 

Markham, Levi (Levy), guardian, 2. 
485. 
letters of administration made void, 

2. 564. 
surety, 2. 434. 

Markham, Lewis, quit rents of, 22. 

249. 
Markham, William, gov. of Pa., 1. 467, 

468, 530. 



MARKHIM, LEVI 



56 



MARRIAGE 



Markhim, Levi, juror, 25. 187. 
Marking stock, act on, 23. 57-59, 165- 

8, 333, 336; 25. 160-1. 
to prevent altering marks, 9. 395, 

492. 
note on act for, 3. 186. 
IVIarking trees, limitations on, 4. 354. 
IVIarkland, IVIr., 20. 704, 705, 714, 786. 
Markland, Cliarles, coms'r on bound- 
ary, 24. 290; on school, 24. 754. 
Ijuror, 8. 692. 
petition, 20. 509, 516-517, 520; 21. 

47, 49, 60. 
to sign bills, 22. 937. 
IVIarkland, Charles, Jr., 17. 492. 

deposition ment'd, 22. 9. 
Markland, F., reports on Cumberland 

Battalion, 20. 768, 773. 
Markland, John, owes state, 21. 1071. 
^petition, 21. 303, 411, 417, 641, 650, 

716, 719, 766, 770, 861, 922, 1047, 

1049. 
Markoe, Abraham, petition, 17. 290, 

294; 20. 23, 59. 
Marks, Fennel, in militia, 22. 167. 
Marks, John, juror, 2. 265. 
Marks, John, land grant to, 4. 628. 
Marks, Josiah, prisoner, 16. 672. 
Mark's (Masks?) Ferry, 15. 435. 
Marks of Stock. See Marking Stock 

and Stock Marks. 
Markum. See Markham. 
Markum, Antho, Jr., appraiser, 2. 80. 
Markum, Antho,_ Sr., appraiser, 2. 80. 
Markwright, Thomas, nominated for 

council, 9. 974. 
Marl Bluff, 6. 1087. 
Marlar, John, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Marlaw, David, land grant to, 4. 711. 
Marlborough, Duke of, to direct ship- 
ping of ordinance to N. C, 6. xiv, 

593, 594. 

Marlborough, , on customs, 1. 492. 

Marlborough, Md., 9. 1248. 
Marlborough, parole, 12. 477. 
Marlborough Stafford, 15. 676. 
Marlbridge, statutes of in force in N. 

C, 23. 318. 
Marley, Robert, petitions on power of 

J. P.'s, 7. 874-5. 
Marley, Samuel, petition, 20. 517, 

559; 21. 62, 112-113, 118, 192. 
Marley, Wm., army rank, 18. 1122. 
Marlin, Michl., army rank, 16. 1122. 
Mario, Dempsey, in army, 13. 528. 
Marloe, John, land grant to, 4. 590. 
Marlow, Dempsey, army pay, 17. 233. 
army rank, 13. 506; 16. 1116. 



Marlow, Robt., army rank, 16. 1118. 
Marlow, Wm., in militia, 22. 371. 
Marlow, Wm., in militia, 22. 373. 
Marly, Wm., regulator, 7. 735. 
Marmanee, Larance, regulator, 7. 736. 
Marmant, Wm., land grant asked, 4. 

708-709. 
Marmashite, 13. 171. 
Marneal, Capt., 22. 777. 
Marnes, Wm. S., in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 

6, 7, 26, 28, 30. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 38, 47, 48, 50. 
money from, 21. 1064. 
Maroney, Anty, army rank, 16. 1121. 
Maroney, Jas., in assem., 19. 388. 
Marquis, Ellis, in militia, 22. 374. 
Marquis de Lafayette, ship, expected, 

15. 492. 
Marcjuis of Brittany, The, ship, 14. 447 
arrives, 15. 61. 
brings In arms, 15. 70, 71. 
Marr, John, Sr., army pay, 17. 233. 
Marr, Richard, building coms'r, 24. 

798. 
Marrah, John, to seize goods, 10. 433, 

434. 
Marre, Robert, buys and takes up 

land, 1. 533. 
Marress, Jona, prisoner, 16. 672. 
Marrett, Hezekiah, allowance, 19. 51, 

54. 
Marriage and Marriages, a J. P.'s 

right, 1. 601. 
act for Presbyterians to perform, 

23. 826. 
act of Albemarle on, 1. 184; of 1669 

discussed, 1. xxxiv; of S. C. and 

Va., ment'd, 1. xxxiv; on, 7. 456; 

23. 1, 95, 158-61, 336, 672-4; 25. 
119; on in behalf of dissenters, 8. 
504; on rules, 24. 164-5; to allow 
Presby. to perform ceremony, 9. 
366; disallowed, 9. 7, 284-285; to 
regulate, 2. 212-213; to regulate 
issue of licenses, 23. 831; to regu- 
late m. of free negroes and slaves, 

24. 891. 

bill concerning, 4. 475, 501; 7. 903, 
904, 951, 953, 954; 20. 66, 87, 101; 
to allow dissenters to perform 
ceremony, 8. 297, 300, 301, 322, 
323, 334, 342, 344, 352, 372, 380, 
384, 450-451, 464-465, 466, 467, 469, 
479, 526-527; to amend act on, 7. 
314, 315, 320, 322, 326, 329, 331- 
332, 338, 377. 386, 388, 396, 401, 
403, 411, 412, 414, 420, 432-433; to 
confirm, 21. 236, 610; to direct 



MARRIAGE SETTLEMENTS 57 



MARSH, JOHN 



registering of, 17. 347, 351, 356, 
385, 398, 406; to establish rules 
on, 12. 557, 561, 563. 594, 599, 606, 
628, 653, 665, 666, 703, 712, 716, 
723, 726; to register, 4. 475, 500, 
501; 20. 395, 457; to regulate 
licenses, 8. 367, 369, 371, 374, 
375, 380, 384, 433-434, 436, 438, 441, 
444, 447, 450-451, 455, 457, 465, 466, 
467, 469, 479, 526. 

Board of Trade on act to authorize 
Presbyterian ministers to perform 
ceremony, 9. 248, 251. 

by magistrate in Rowan, 8. 208. 

Caswell to Searcy on fees for li- 
censes, 11. 429-430. 

celebration of rite discussed, 8. 
xliv. 

civil m. legalized, 25. iii. 

Dartmouth on rights of dissenters, 
8. 682. 

Eng. act on in force in N. C, 23. 
317, 323. 

extortion and abuses in licenses, 3. 
367; 4. 472, 496. 

history of act, 3. 176. 

instructions on, 6. 1137. 

Irregularities in licenses to be cor- 
rected, 5. 336. 

law on summarized, 13. 189. 

methods of, 8. 769. 

mixed, 1. 771. 

new regulation of wanted, 8. 78. 

Dot registered, 7. 488. 

ordinance on, 23. 997; on regula- 
tion of, 10. 990, 992. 

performed by justices, 1. 771. 

petition against act on, 8. 82-83; for 
repeal of act on. 10. 1015-17; of 
Presbyterians against act on, 8. 
623, 625; on act regulating, 8. 80&. 

Quaker, 1. 688. 

recovery of fees for, 6. 715. 

Reed on authority of Presbyterians 
to perform ceremony, 9. 5, 6. 

register provided for, 23. 50, 52; 
25. 224; fees, 4. 195. 

regulations on, 2. 875; 8. 881; on 
issue of licenses, 7. 674-675; on 
performing ceremony, 8. 952-953. 

Regulators on right to perform cere- 
mony, 8. xvi, xvii. 

table of to be observed, 3. 111. 

trouble over in Rowan, 8. 179-180. 

under Fund. Constns, 25. 132-3. 

with negro, 2. 591, 594, 602. 
Marriage settlements, act that they be 
registered, 24. 733-4, 912, 968. ] 



Marrian, Phillip, in army, 15. 731. 
Marriett, Abraham, prisoner, 17. 1046. 
Marriner, John, act for town on lands 
of, 25. 34-5. 
bill for town on lands of, 20. 497, 
509; 21. 22, 25, 44, 50, 62, 220, 223, 
255, 308, 589, 621, 698. 
Marriner, Tabithas, bill for town on 
land of, 20. 497, 509; 21. 22, 35,' 
44, 50, 62. 
Marris, James, land grant to, 4. 1248. 
Marro, Robt., in militia, 22. 284. 
Marrowin, Jnc, in militia, 22. 379. 
Marrown, Peter, in militia, 22. 380. 
Mars (God), 13. 305; 15. 56, 364; 19. 

895. 
Mars, brigantine, 13. 963. 
Mars Bluff, 18. 688. 
Marsden, Rev. Richard, 9. xliv. 
administers sacrament, 1. 689. 
buy cargo of Tate, 3. 401. 
claims to be commissary and other 

work, 3. 391, 392. 
dead, 4. 621. 

gr. dau. marries Waddell, 5. xxiv. 
injures Tate, 3. 400. 
labors at Cape Pear, 3. 530. 
land grant to, 4. 277. 
preaches at Cape Fear and Onslow, 

3. 339, 342. 
succeeds Lapierre and history, 3. 

624. 
to Bishop of London on his own 
work, 4. 244-245, 1014. 
Marsden, Rufus, a J. P., 22. 272, 474. 
building coms'r, 23. 255. 
claims allowed, 23. 403. 
' in assembly, 4. 835, 836, 837, 839, 
840, 841, 842, 843, 855, 909, 980, 
984, 990, 994, 996, 1004, 1011, 1015, 
1023. 
land grant asked for, 4. 454; grant 

to, 4. 278, 279-280, 596, 603, 619. 
on com. of council, 4. 864, 899, 977. 
on com. to examine and compare re- 

visal, 4. 977, 991, 1000, 1011. 
proposed as commissioner, 4. 483. 
'- Irights proved, 4. 595. 
takes deposition, 4. 1136. 
witness, 4. 502. 
Marseilles, a free port, 17. 40, 70-71. 
duties in, 17. 436-437, 484, 608-620. 
Marsh, Edward, land grant to, 4. 219. 
Marsh, John, deposition on Pugh, 9. 

31. 
Marsh, John, held for desertion and 
found guilty, 11. 752. 



MARSH, JOHN 



58 



MARSHALL, ISAAC 



Marsh, John, petitions for Welborn, 0. 

26-7. 
Marsh, Wm., in assembly, 8. 107. 
Marsh, Wm., pensioner, 22. 75. 
Marsh, The (Bladen), 22. 299. 
inspection at, 23. 641. 
Tories at, 22. 548. 
Marsh Castle, 15. 20. 
Marsh District, Onslow Co., 45. 221. 
Marsh Plantation, 16. 934. 
Marsh Swamp, 24. 249. 
Marshal. See Marshall, Marshill. 
Marshal, Lieut., 16. 1201; 19. 890. 
Marshal, James, building coms'r, 24. 

874, 949. 
Marshal, James, land grant to, 4. 855. 
Marshal, John, land grant to, 4. 59, 
221, 328, 589. 
rights proved, 4. 596. 
Marshal, Samuel, on S. C. of New 
Hanover, 0. 1107, 1111, 1127, 1149, 
1150, 1168, 1222, 1265; 10. 15, 50, 
64, 159, 220. 
Marshal, Wm., in militia. In army, 17. 

1160. 
Marshal, Wm., land grant to, 4. 334. 
Marshal, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Marshal, Willis, in army, 15. 732. 
Marshal and Scheelbeeck, 22. 601. 
Marshals, act on fees, 23. 85, 86; 25. 
179-82, 223, 22o; in admiralty ct. 
25. 146-7; on serving of writs, 23. 
17-19; to appoint sheriffs in place 
of, 23. 122-127, 129-130, 217-218, 
335, 337. 
bill to appoint sheriffs in place of, 
4. 362, 363, 365, 366, 368, 379, 380, 
382, 389, 390, 391, 393, 394, 396, 
408, 411, 414. 
duties in elections, 2. 215-216. 
fees, 3. 163-164. 
forfeits fine for non arrest of 

debtor, 2. 149. 
of admiralty, fees, 4. 194, 197. 
of Albemarle to arrest prisoner, 2. 

142, 149. 
of county, ordered to arrest debtor, 
2. 83, 89, 90-3, 100, 101, 105, 108, 
109, 110, 115, 116; to pay fine for 
neglect of duty, 2. 107, 108-109, 
113. 
performs duties of sheriff, 3. xili- 

xiv. 
superseded by sheriff, 4. viii. 
Marshals of Constable's Court, under 

F. C, 25. 127. 
Marshall. See Marshal, Marshill. 



Marshall, , brigade major, 12. 519, 

531. 

Marshall, , pay to, 22. 495, 499. 

Marshall, Col., field officer, 12. 531. 
position of .regt. in army, 12. 509. 
Marshall, Ensign, in command, 12. 
519. 
on court martial, 12. 502. 
Marshall, Lieut., 10. o70. 
in command, 12. 536. 
on guard, 12. 503. 
prisoner, 14. 817. 
Marshall, Adam, army rank, 16. 1118. 
Marshall, Anne, land grant to, 4. 768. 
Marshall, Benj., pensioner, 22. 78. 
Marshall, Rev. Daniel, Baptist min- 
ister, 5. 1167. 
comes to N. C, 5. 1167. 
labors of, 5. 1168-1169, 1183. 
Marshall, David, buys at Martin sale, 

22. 887. 
Marshall, David, in militia, 22. 421. 

rpay to, 22. 500. 
Marshall, David, petition, 16. 58, 59, 
124, 125, 126, 127; 19. 30, 33, 79- 
80, 83, 84, 86. 
Marshall, Dixon, and affairs of N. C. 
Cont. Line, 18. 155. 
army record, 13. 475. 
Cont. lleut., 22. 1049. 
officer, 18. 486. 

rank, 16. 72, 576, 608, 664, 665, 1108. 
reports on Tatum's company, 15. 

726-727. 
witness, 18. 252, 375, 382. 
Marshall, Emanuel, army pay, 17. 232. 

army rank, 16. 1108; 18. 797. 
Marshall, Frederick William von, act 
to vest Moravian lands, 24. 466. 
becomes head of Moravians, 5. 

1150, 1152. 
bill to vest lands of Moravians in, 
16. 26, 27, 37, 47, 52, 57; 19. 7, 
19, 32-33. 
dau. marries von Schweinitz, 5. 

1151. 
dies, 5. 1157. 
goes to Europe, 5. 1153. 
member of helper's conference, 5. 

1156. 
Moravian lands vested in, 5. 1155. 
returns to N. C, 5. 1154. 
Marshall, George, army pay, 17. 229. 

army rank, 13. 525; 16. 1110. 
Marshall, Geo., in militia, 22. 494. 
Marshall, Isaac, pensioner, 22. 75. 



MARSHALL, JAMES 



59 



MARTIN, CAPT. 



Marshall, James, land grant to, 4. 

804; warrant to, 4. 852. 
Marshall, Jesse, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Marshall, John, a J. P., 3. 418. 
Marshall, John, arrested for fraud, ex- 
amined, etc., 18. 21-2, 36, 150, 251, 

371, 466-467, 472. 
arrest wanted, 20. 604-605. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 190, 

195, 197, 201, 202, 203, 205, 207, 

209, 210, 211, 212, 215, 219, 221, 

223, 224, 225, 227, 228, 234, 236, 

237, 240, 241, 243, 244, 245, 249, 

251, 254, 255, 258, 259, 260, 261, 

262. 
Marshall, John, cited on failure of 

Braddocks expedition, 5. xiv, xv; 

on Sons of Liberty, 7. iv, 5; 8. xxi, 

xxi. 
extracts from Life of Washington, 

7. 121-122. 
quoted, 19. 974, 979, 989. 
Marshall, John, draws up petition of 

regulators, 7. 758-767. 
messenger for regulators, 7. 762. 
on com. of regulators, 7. 731-732. 
Marshall, John, land grant to, 4. 334, 

355, 631. 
Marshall, John, on patrol, 10. 25. 
Marshall, John, on S. C. of New Han- 
over, 8. 1107, 1109; 10. 24. 
Marshall, John, petitions on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Marshall, Joseph, on S. C. petition, 

1. 637-640. 
Marshall, Nicholas, quit rents of, 22. 

247. 
Marshall, Purnell, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Marshall, Robt., army rank, 16. 1109. 
Marshall, Samuel, com. and report on 

petition of for citizenship, 13. 

535, 538, 630, 631, 632, 637-638, 651, 

734n. 
liberty on parole to, 22. 952. 
paroled, 10. 25; 13. 255. 
Marshall, Wm., in assembly, 20. 124, 

132, 133, 168, 180, 230, 238, 240, 

246. 276, 287, 288, 314. 
in conv. 1788, 22. 7, 26, 27, 31, 32, 

35. 
Marshall, Wyllls, army rank, 16. 1108. 
Marshbourne, Danl., pensioner, 22. 75. 
Marshburn. See Mashburn. 
Marshburn, Danl., land grant to, 4. 

595, 635. 
Marshburn, Edward, a J. P., 3. 256; 

4. 46, 346. 
land grant to, 4. 277. 



Marshburn, Mathew, quit rents of, 22. 

292. 
Marshe, Peter, law suit, ?. 92. 
Marshill. See Marshal, Marshall. . 
Marshill, Jacob, asks pay for supplies 

against regulators, 9. 354-355. 
Marshill, Wm., asks pay for supplies 

against regulators, 9. 354-355. 
Marshill, Jacob, regulator, 7. 935. 
Marshills, John, regulator, 7. 733. 
Marskey, Benj., juror, 4. 519. 
Marstern, Thomas, army pay, 17. 234. 
Marston, Rev. Edward, in S. C, 1. 

639. 
Marston, Elizabeth, discharged by 

court, 2. 653. 
Martain, RIch'd, in militia, 22. 494. 
Martileer, John, land grant asked, 4. 

453. 
Martin.. See Martyn. 

Martin, and , killed, 21. 437. 

Martin, , claims allowed, 9. 224. 

Martin, , guides DeGraffenried, 1. 

958, 959. 

Martin, , in assembly, 19. 583. 

Martin, , law suit, 1. 587. 

Martin, , messenger sent to, 1. 

866. 
Martin, , preaches in German Re- 
formed churches, 8. 751. 
Martin, , Ochiltree & Co., sell 

goods, 16. 470. 

Martin, , visits N. 0., 8. 732. 

Martin, Mr., 5. 939. 

Martin, Mr., 7. 869. 

Martin, Mr., 11. 415. 

Martin, Mr., 12. 511. 

Martin, Mr., 14. 74. 

Martin, Mr., 22. 774. 

Martin, Mr., against Regulators, 7. 

725, 728. 
Martin, Mr., brings money to Craike 

for troops, 13. 232-233. 
Martin, Mr., has negroes baptized, 1. 

858. 
Martin, Mr., in Conv. 1789, 22. 39. 
Martin, Mr., Presby. preacher, 5. 1222. 
Martin, Mr., sick, 13. 40. 
Martin, Capt., 20. 703. 
horse seized, 18. 318. 
resolution about, 18. 85. 
Martin, Capt., return of company, 20. 

769, 773. 
roster of co., 16. 1010, 1026, 1040, 

1049, 1073, 1100, 1109, 1132, 1143, 

1153, 1168, 1181. 
to receive provisions, 16. 192. 



MARTIN, COL. 



60 



MARTIN, ALEXANDER 



wagon not to be taken from, 14. 

397. 
wounded, 15. 638. 

Martin, Col., 22. 575. 

Martin, Col., asks purchase of medi- 
cines, 22. 917. 

Martin, Col., commands against Tor- 
ies, 19. 975. 

Martin, Col., resigns command of mili- 
tia, 22. 937. 

Martin, Lt. Col., aids S. C, 22. 730. 

Martin, Aaron, army pay, 17. 231. 

Martin, Abel, in militia, 22. 358. 

Martin, Abm., army rank, 16. 1118. 

Martin, Alex. (?), to on witness- 
es, etc., 22. 606. 

Martin, Alexander, 8. 545, 704; 10. 

136, 874; 11. vii, 265, 276, 277, 
279, 281, 286, 295, 342, 761. 769; 
12. 458, 486; 13. 722; 14. 249; 
15. 231, 667; 16. 18, 193, 199, 210, 
232, 239(?), 242(?), 246, 255, 259, 
264, 272, 300, 472, 473, 475, 484, 
486, 488, 490, 495, 527, 529, 530, 
535, 539, 549, 570, 572, 573, 574, 
578, 593, 637, 723, 935, 944, 949, 
960, 956, 958, 968, 969, 971, 977, 
979, 980, 981, 985, 986, 991, 992, 
993, 996, 999, 1000; 17. 149, 151, 
163, 175, 272, 275, 378, 380, 434, 435, 
446, 473, 478, 488, 498, 505, 506, 
545; 18. 11, 207, 262, 268, 575, 606, 
747; 19. iii, iv, v, 410, 506, 509, 
619, 640, 644, 692, 693, 869, 875, 
887, 904, 931; 20. 52, 402, 627, 
757; 21. iii, 461, 635; 22. 97, 127, 
129, 144, 145, 146, 612, 809, 1018. 

—(Hooper?) to on militia depreda- 
tions, 22. 602-4. 

a J. P., 6. 1077; 7. 277. 

act for town on lands of, 24. 779-80. 

acting governor, 16. x. 

address to general assembly on 
his election, independence and 
public affairs, 16. 295-298. 

addresses and messages to and from 
Legislature, 16. 68, 77, 78, 91, 
98, 111, 114-115, 120, 121, 122, 123, 
125, 133, 140, 150, 164, 166, 171; 
17. iii-lv, 34-9, 42, 43, 50, 51, 67-69, 
176-177; 19. 27-29, 42, 43, 47, 61, 
74, 76, 80, 83, 84, 91, 94, 99, 100, 
105, 116, 118, 123, 131, 132, 135, 

137, 138, 140, 141, 142, 147, 149, 
151, 158, 161-162, 166, 171, 175, 
184, 208, 218, 219, 223, 224, 228, 229, 
231, 236, 237, 240-243, 244, 245- 
246, 248, 250, 252, 253, 254, 257, 



258, 262, 265, 266, 268, 276, 280, 
281, 284, 285, 287, 293, 302, 305, 
306, 336-337, 338, 347, 351, 352, 
354, 357, 360-361, 364, 402, 406, 
407, 408, 412, 418, 422, 426, 429, 
432, 433, 434, 439, 444, 451, 458, 
492, 493, 494-499, 501-502, 505-506, 
508, 512, 515, 517, 522-523, 524, 
530-531, 534, 536, 537, 539-540, 541, 
548, 549, 564, 565, 574, 575, 577, 
586, 589-590, 593, 598-599, 606, 608, 
618-619, 622, 630, 631, 723, 724-727, 
730-731, 733, 734, 739, 740, 741, 
745-747, 748, 749, 750-751, 754, 755, 
758, 765-766, 769, 770, 774, 775, 
779, 792, 802, 806, 809, 816; 21. 
426-429, 731-732, 739, 759, 760, 763, 
766, 783, 796, 797, 810, 833, 840, 
842, 852, 858, 860, 874, 876-879, 
888, 908, 909, 911, 912-914, 932, 
933, 940, 942, 959, 960, 979, 1014- 
1015, 1016, 1018, 1046. 

agrees to disgorge fees, 8. 521-522. 

aids S. C, 15. 684; against Scovi- 
lites, 10. 408. 

allowance to for holding o. and t. 
courts, 10. 953. 

ammunition to be delivered to, 10. 
311. 

announces peace, 16. xi. 

army rank, 16. 1109; record, 13. 
480. 

arrested for cowardice at German- 
town, 11. 654. 

assembly to in answer to his ad- 
dress, 19. 951-952. 

at Cross Creek, 10. 482. 

at Moore's Creek, 1 1 . 283, 284, 285. 

attacks S. C. Tories, 15. 179. 

attorney, 9. 673, 675. 

Barclay to on free ports in France, 
17. 70-71. 

Beresford to on Indian affairs, 17. 
31. 

Bignell to on arms and tobacco, 
22. 526-7; on tobacco, 22. 597-600, 
601-2, 604-6. 

Bloodworth to on Federal affairs, 
22. 799-900. 

Blount to on public affairs, 16. 334- 
335. 

Boudinot to on address of officers 
to Washington and his reply, 16. 
826-827; on archives, records, etc., 
16. 880-881; on copyright and 
public debts, 16. 787-788; on 
Federal Capitol and answer, 16. 
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on peace, 16. 897; on Thanksgiv- 
ing proc. of C. C, 16. 906-907; 
on treaty with Netherlands, 16. 
737. 

building coms'r, 23. 825. 

Burke to on Amer. prisoners, 22. 
600-1. 

Busson to on coms'n for N. C. navy, 
22. 600. 

Cage and others to on reasons for 
Franklin State, 22. 637-40. 

calls council of state, 16. 459. 

candidate for re-election, 17. 138. 

Caswell to on Fed. Convention, 20. 
666-667. 

certifies to laws, 17. 78; to service 
of officers, 10. 623, 624. 

Cherokee talk with on encroach- 
ments, 16. 415-416. 

cited on borrowing of arms, 15, 
433. 

colonel, 10. 509; 11. x, 830; com- 
mission, 15. 386-387. 

commissioner on navigation, 24 
601; on school, 24. 250, 690; 
754; on town, 24. 846-7. 

Cottrell to on trade with Gr. Br, 

16. 811-813, 837-838. 
courtmartlaled, 11. 677; and ac- 
quitted, 1 1 . 682 ; acquitted and 
resigns, 11. 694. 

criticised, 16. 935. 

Davidson to on plan of campaign 

against Br., 14. 759-760. 
Davie to on public affairs, 22. 800-1. 
denounced by Martin, 15. 687. 
entertainment to, 16. 997-998. 
examines Moore case, 15. 688. 
expedition against Scovllltes, 10. 

340-341. 
field officer, 12. 492, 495. 
fit for C. C, 10. xxxiii. 
Franklin to on Bridgen's lands and 

debts, 16. 388-389. 
Franklin State to on its action, etc., 

17. 601-604. 

goes to western army, 14. 471. 
Gordon to on flag of truce, 16. 506. 
governor, 16. x, 35, 37, 39, 48, 49, 
55, 56, 783, 958-959; 19. 15, 16, 17- 

18. 22, 24, 27-29, 30, 136, 152, 156, 
169-171, 244, 269, 514, 539-540; 20. 
210, 218, 389, 395, 401; 21. 282, 
320, 321, 325, 326, 330, 331, 365, 
373, 374, 383, 385, 630, 661, 664, 
669, 689, 691, 698, 700, 701, 749, 
772, 777, 783, 840, 842, 844, 845, 
927, 934, 942, 943, 1016, 1018, 1022, 



1023; 22. 727; 24. 413, 475, 543, 
650; 25. 64. 

Greene to on exchange of prisoners 
and supplies, 16. 403-404; on 
Montague, 16. 768; on public af- 
fairs, 16. 348-350; on supplies for 
army, 16. 448-449. 

Guerard to asking for list of ban- 
ished Tories and answer, 16. 858, 
878. 

Hall to on attainted Tories, 16. 877. 

Hanson to on Illicit trade with Bri- 
tish, 16. 343-344, 356-357; on lack 
of representation in C. C, 16. 330. 

Hardy to on acts rec'd, 17. 88. 

Harrison to on Br. trade, 16. 925- 
926; on Cherokees, 16. 457-458; 
on imprisoned sailors, 16. 911-912; 
on Indian treaty, 16. 441-442. 

Hawkins to on Patterson, 16. 835; 
on treaties and mutiny, 16. 836. 
837; on treaty and trade, 16. 845, 
861, 894-896. 

Hellstdt to on appt. as consul, 17. 
600-601. 

helps in defense of Charleston, 10. 
xxxlx. 

Henry to on Ramsey's steamboat, 
17. 182-183. 

Hooper to on case of Miss Cobham, 
16. 347-348. 

Hooper and others to on wives and 
children of Tories, 16. 467-469. 

in assem., 9. 387, 388, 390, 396, 404, 
413, 415, 417, 422, 424, 435, 448, 
449, 452, 457, 459, 460, 461, 463, 

464, 465, 467, 472, 476, 478, 492, 
493, 494, 495, 511, 512, 513, 523, 
526, 530, 531, 532, 540, 545, 560. 
564, 571, 587, 715, 717, 728, 734, 
735, 744, 747, 751, 752, 755, 777, 
850, 857, 858, 874, 880, 881, 882, 
898, 899, 900, 902, 907, 908, 913, 
919, 922, 930, 951; 12. 770, 785, 
798; 13. 532, 533, 553, 554, 565, 
572, 606, 825, 857, 859, 863, 870, 
878, 879, 883, 886, 894, 898; 17. 
647, 794, 795, 932; 19. 1, 2, 41; 
20. 2, 3, 301, 302, 303. 

in C. C, 17. 856, 941; 18. 78, 106, 
114, 312, 337, 340; 19. 136, 245, 

465, 466, 809, 813. 

In Fed. Conv., 18. iii, 462; 20. iii, 

Iv, 606, 607, 710, 765. 
In Prov. Cong., 9. 1179, 1180, 1181; 

10. 166, 167, 172. 
influence, 17. ill, iv. 
instructions to Henderson on 



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Franklin State, etc., 19. 937-988; 
to on impressment, 10. 317. 

Jackson to on exchange of prison- 

■ ers, 16. 727-729, 927. 

Jay to on his appointment as for- 
eign secretary, 17., 597-598. 

Johnston and Hawkins to on Tenn. 
cession, Martinique debt and state 
debts, 22. 794-5. 

Johnston to on Martinique debt, 21 
488-489. 

judge of o. and t. court, 10. 1. 

land to, 24. 484. 

Lee to on location of Federal cap- 
itol, 17. 117. 

Leslie to on his parole, 22. 606-8. 

letter on Regulators ment'd, 8. 548; 
to assembly, 17. 367-368; to on 
troops, etc., 19. 890. 

lieut. col., 10. 187, 243. 

Livingston to on birth of Dauphin 
of France, 16. 326-327; on neces- 
sity of Amer. union for effect in 
Europe, 16. 307-310; on reception 
of Adams by the States General, 
16. 414; on slaves stolen by Bri- 
tish, 16. 411; on treaty of peace, 
16. 466-467, 747-748; on expulsion 
of McLean from N. C, 16. 389- 
390. 

Maclaine's estimate of, 16. 534. 

McRee to on flag, 22. 609. 

Marbois to on Martinico debt, 17. 
596. 

Martin (Jos.), to on Cherokee af- 
fairs and answer, 17. 11-12, 15-16; 
Indian affairs, 16. 924-925; on 
Spanish Intrigues, 17. 84-85. 

memorial, 19. 211, 217, 220, 221,341, 
342, 351, 357, 365. 

Mifflin to on acts and resolutions 
of C. C, etc., and answers, 17. 
16-17, 29, 40, 71, 74; on money, 
19. 945-946; on treaty, 16. 918. 

money advanced to for troops, 10. 
639. 

Morris to on bank notes, 16. 305; 
on clothing, pay of troops and 
revenue, 16. 380-383; on collec- 
tion of continental taxes, 16. 383- 
385; on difficulties of the public 
treasury, 16. 430-434; on examin- 
ation of Finance office and re- 
port of com., 16. 832-835; on his 
letter to C. C, 16. 760; on his 
resignation and payment of pub- 
lic debt, 16. 790-791; on Pa. law 
for settling public accounts, 16. 



800; on public debt, 16. 407-408, 
411-412, 414-415; on public loans, 
taxes, revenues and lands, 16. 
357-379; on receipts and expendi- 
tures, 16. 769; on redemption of 
paper money, 16. 322-324; on res- 
olution of C. C. on payment of 
troops by separate States, 16. 
898; on settlement of public ac- 
counts and answers, 16. 351-353, 
744-745, 782, 811, 838-839, 845-848, 
896; 17. 33, 50, 73, 75, 163, 165; 
on supplies, 16. 427-429; with acts 
of C. C, 16. 443; with resolution 
on suits against officers, 16. 396- 
397. 

nom. for Board of War, 17. 704, 
707, 783, 785, 786; for Cont. Cong., 
is: 584, 689; for C. of S., 17. 810, 
893. 

notified of election as governor, 16 
302-3. 

officers nominated by, 10. 622. 

on Board of War, 14. 376, 380, 381, 
397, 403, 433, 769. 

on com. of assem., 0. 381, 450, 451, 
493, 499, 500, 501, 530, 711, 739, 
740, 766, 767, 784, 785, 838, 877, 
884, 900, 901, 911, 912, 937; 
12. 770, 772, 778, 788, 789, 830, 
831, 839, 850; 13. 534, 535, 536, 
541, 543, 547, 552, 557, 562, 576, 
577, 590, 599, 632, 633, 639, 641, 
649, 652, 653, 666, 682, 710, 827, 

. 830, 835, 838, 839, 846, 847, 848, 
850, 864, 865, 875, 921, 930, 940, 
944, 957, 968; on claims com., 22. 
878, 879. 

on con. of Prov. Cong., 10. 168, 175 
180. 

on council extraordinary, 16. vii; 
17. vii. 

on movements of Bd. of War, 14. 
738. 

opposition to for brigadier gen., 11. 
677-678. 

orders board of officers to recom- 
mend for promotions, 11. 799- 
800; Tories to surrender, 16. ix-x. 

paroles Doak, 11. 794; prisoners, 
16. 180. 

payments to troops of on S. C. expe- 
dition, 11. 273. 

petitions on land grants, 9. 1260- 
1262; 11. 250-252; for Dale and 
Hunt, 19. 933-935. 

pres. trustees TJ. N. C, 21. 974,975. 



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proclamation by, 16. 780; against 
Franklin State, 17. vi; 22. 642-7'; 
of pardon to Tories, 22. 211-212, 
238; on encroachments, etc., on 
Indians, 17. 105-106; on illicit 
trade with British, 16. 424-425; on 
peace, 17. 19; on Tories, 16. 183, 
850-851, 977, 978-979, 980, 982, 983, 
992, 998-999; 17, 1049-1050; of re- 
ward for murderers, 17. 106-107. 

produces Sappingfleld before S. C, 
10. 317. 

promotes education, 21. v. 

protests against appointment of 
Hand, 11. 750; against Regula- 
tors, 8. 273-274. 

put on Board of War, 15. vii. 

quoted on removal of Tory families, 
16. 181-182. 

Ramsey to on steamboat, 17. 182. 

Rees to on Tories attainted in Ga., 
16. 864. 

report to on embarcation of British, 
16. 391. 

resigns as colonel, 13. viii, 3; from 
C. C, 20. 230. 

Robertson to on Indian affairs, 17. 
91-92. 

Robeson to on Bladen Tories, 16 
487; 22. 608. 

Rochambeau to on trade with Cape 
Francois, 16. 322-333. 

roster of regiment, 16. 1003, 1010, 
1026, 1040, 1049, 1055, 1062-63, 
1073, 1086, 1088, 1095, 1100-1, 
1109, 1123, 1128, 1132, 1142-3, 1153, 
1168, 1176, 1177, 1181. 

Sevier to on Franklin State, 17. 
623-625; 22. 640-2. 

Shelby to on Franklin State, 22. 
647-8. 

signs acts as S. S., 24. 343, 357, 
383, 412, 782, 950, 951, 994. 

Smithwick to on tax, 17. 31. 

Spaight and Sitgreaves to on pub- 
lic affairs, 17. 606-607. 

Spaight to on public affairs, 17. 17- 
19, 20-21, 24, 28, 65-66, 88-89, 92- 
93, 172-175, 186-188. 

S. S., 15. 198, 200, 205, 206, 207, 208, 
388, 389, 534; 17. 631, 635, 714, 
795, 898, 899; 19. 2; 20. 3, 10, 
15, 47, 71, 116, 117, 245, 267, 303, 
318, 477, 479; 20. 475, 476, 567, 
593; 22. 54, 655, 994, 1026. 

surety, 9. 318, 319. 

takes oath and makes address, 10. 
869-872, 875-877. 



takes troops to S. C, 10. xi. 

talks to Indians, 1 0. 93d-940, 941- 
942, 947-948, 949-951. 

thanked by gen. assem., 17. 422-423; 
20. 115, 117; as Speaker S., 22. 
54. 

the ranking colonel, 1 1 . 682. 

threatens Highlanders, 10. 468. 

Thomson to on election of presi- 
dent of C. C, 16. 454; on public 
affairs, 17. 555, 604-605; on re- 
moval of C. C, 17. 93; transmit- 
ting resolutions, proclamations, 
etc., 17. 2. 

time allowed for settling, 21. 184. 

Tipton on Franklin State, 22. 648. 

to Allen and others on payment of 
Davie's contracts, 16. 393-394. 

to arrest loyalists, 10. 311. 

to Ashe, Spencer and Williams on 
Mallett, 16. 879. 

to Banks & Co. on supplies, 18. 
339-340. 

to Beresford on Indian affairs, 17. 
76-77. 

to Bignall on tobacco for Mrs. 
Burke, 15. 648. 

to borrow money to pay troops, 10. 
620. 

to Bretigny on his agency, 16. ^27, 
395-396. 

to Bryan on supplies for So. army, 
16. 702-705, 711-712. 

to Burke on Board of Auditors, 15. 
577 ; to Burke on commissions, 22. 
558; on letters, 16. 321; on pub- 
lic affairs, 16. 493-495; on Young's 
conduct, 16. 509. 

to Cabarrus on stolen horse, 16. 
335-336. 

to Carrington on Morris's . notes, 
taxes and supplies, 16. 695, 699- 
701. 

to Caswell on battle of Germantown 
and his own courtmartlal, 13. 
262-264; on case of Hughes, 11. 
455-456; on Fed. Conv. and money 
and answer, 20. 723-724, 729, 733, 
753-754, 763-764; on roster and 
commissions, 11. 432-433. 

to Cherokee chiefs on boundary, in- 
trusions, etc., 16. 810, 855-856. 

to Cherokee treaty coms'rs on terms 
of treaty, 16. 710-711. 

to Christian and Harden on Intru- 
sion on Indian lands, 19. 943-945. 

to Cincinnati on his administration, 
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to command 2d regt, 10. 495. 

to commander of guards to com'ra 
on lands on care against Indians, 
16. 714, 715-716. 

to Cont. Cong, on delegation to C. 
0. and illicit trade, 16. 400-401. 

to Coor on privateers, arms and am- 
munition, etc., 16. 386-387. 

to Council of State on State of 
Franklin, 17. 435-436. 

to county commissioners on pay- 
ments in corn, 16. 334. 

to county court clerks on taxable 
property, 16. 726. 

to Grafton on Tories and clothing, 
16. 693. 

to Davie on supplies, 16. 691. 

to delegates in C. C. on arms from 
C. C. for N. C, 15. 117-118; on 
cession of western lands and pub- 
lic affairs, 16. 732-736; on contin- 
ental taxes, 16. 402; on public 
affairs, 16. 409-410, 449-451; 17. 
49; on trade and public affairs, 
16. 729-730. 

to disband bis troops, 11. 285. 

to Doherty on wagons and teams, 
16. 721-722. 

to Gates on Br. movements, 14. 720. 

to Gen. Assem. on army promotions, 
VB. 312; on Cherokee treaty, 
16. 304-305; on Franklin State 
and manifesto, 17. 439-449, 471- 
472; on lands for soldiers, 16. 
324-325; on militia and exchange 
of prisoners, Livingston, etc., 16. 
320-321, 322, 326; on pay for com- 
missary gen., 16. 788-789; on pub- 
lic affairs, 16. 773-782; 17. 551- 
555; on sale of confiscated prop- 
erty and on laws, 16. 796-797; on 
supplies for Greene, 16. 463. 
to Gillespie and Owen on Bladen 

riots, 16. 716-718. 
to Gist on murder of Butler, 17. 

114-115. 
to Greene on Bladen riot and ans- 
wer, 16. 720, 723; on flag for 
Charleston, 16. 319-320; on illicit 
trade, 16. 681-682; on Montague, 
riot and supplies, 16. 740-742; on 
prisoner and drafts, 16. 694-695; 
on supplies, 16. 707-708, 718-719, 
725, 742; and exchange of prison- 
ers, 16. 683-5, 699; on drafts and 
lands, 16. 687-688. 
to Gregory on Br. threats on Eden- 
ton, 16. 706-707; on courtmartial 



of Blount, 16. 797-798. 

to Guerard (Girard) on trade, 17. 
30, 43-48. 

to Hall on Spanish encroachments 
and Tories, 17. 13-14, 16. 

to Harrington on Br. retreat, etc., 
15. 414-415. 

to Harrison on Cherokees, 16. 460- 
462; and trade and answer, 16. 
799, 840-841. 

to Hawkins on public affairs, 19. 
938. 

to Hill on payment of warrant, 16. 
900. 

to Hooper and others on pardon for 
Mawbly, 16. 337-338. 

to Johnston on his appt. as gov'r 
and answer, 20. 789-790. 

to justices of Surry on Tory prop- 
erty, 16. 798. 

to Land Coms'rs on laying off of 
soldier's lands, 16. 713, 912. 

to, Leach on illicit trade, 16. 682- 
683. 

to Lee on revolted subjects, 16.462. 

to Leslie on exchange of Tory pris- 
oners, 16. 685-686. 

to Lewis, Matthews and Marion on 
Marion's expedition against Tor- 
ies, 16. 688-691. 

to Lillington on abuses of flags, 16. 
681 ; on capture of Lord Montague, 

16. 739-740; on exchange of 
Tories, 16. 686-687; on flags, arms, 
etc., 16. 701-702; on negroes, 
Tories and riot, 16. 662-663; on 
British attempt to separate col- 
onies from each other, 16. 399- 
400; on drafts and boundaries, 16. 
342-343. 

to Luzerne on Bretigny, 16. 879- 
880; on debt due to Martinique, 

17. 76, 79, 87-88. 

to Lytle on exchange of prisoners, 
16. 708. 

to McDowell on Cherokee campaign, 
16. 697-698; on Cherokee prison- 
ers, 16. 800. 

to Maclaln (Maj.), on return of 
Tories, 16. 714-715. 

to Mrs. McLean on case of her hus- 
band, 19. 942-943. 

to MacLaine on seizure of Tories 
for retaliation, etc., 16. 416-419. 

to McNair on his return to N. C, 17. 
10. 

to Martin on Cherokees, 16. 856- 



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857; on debt to Martinico, 17. 
117. 

to Masonic Lodge on his visit to 
Payetteville, 17. 1-2. 

to Matthews on confiscated proper- 
ty, 16. 727. 

to militia brigadiers on drafts, 16. 
709, 722; on birth of Dauphin, 16. 
705-6; on muster rolls, 17. 108. 

to Montague on his imprisonment, 
etc., 16. 742-743. 

to Morrison on continental tax, 16. 
340-341; on Montgomery as comp- 
troller, 16. 731; on requisitions, 
etc., 16. 465-466; on ta;xes, con- 
tinental currency, etc., 16. 350- 
351; on taxes, revenue, etc., 16. 
401. 

to move with troops, 15. 766. 

to muster regiment, 1 1 . 318. 

to Nash on Br. Invasion of Va., 15. 
136-137; on calling out militia, 15. 
59-60; on public affairs, 15. 150- 
152; on sale of confiscated prop- 
erty for delegation in C. C, 16. 
333. 

to Parsons on Bretigny's contracts, 
16. 394, 395. 

to Payne on seizure of vessels, 16. 
339. 

to Polk and Sumner on pay for 
troops, 11. 720-721. 

to president of C. C, on repeal of 
cession act, 17. 110-111. 

to Rochambeau on public affairs, 
16. 692. 

to Rutherford on judgment against 
confiscated estates, 16. 464-465. 

to Sevier on encroachments on In- 
dians, 17. 14-15; on Franklin 
State, 19. 940-941. 

to Shelby on Cherokee expedition, 
16. 696. 

to Sumner and Polk on provisions 
and money, 15. 701. 

to Sumner on arms, etc., 16. 642- 
643; on his retirement from ser- 
vice, 14. 787-788; on horses and 
money, 15. 699; on Indian af- 
fairs, 17. 109-110; on militia and 
continental officers, 16. 1200-1. 
to superintendent confiscated prop- 
erty on sales, 16. 451. 
to Thomson on commissions of 

privateers, 16. 402-403. 
to Treasurers on cont. paper mon- 
ey, 16. 734. 
to Tryon on proposed settlement 



with Regulators, 8. 533-536. 

to Vanhassett on trade with States 
General, 16. 785-786. 

to war office on brevet commissions, 
16. 994. 

to Walker on conduct of counts and 
treatment of flags, 16. 421-423. 

to Washington on movement of N. 
C, 15. 702. 

to Williamson and Hawkins on new 
officers, peace, etc., 16. 783. 

to Williamson and Spaight on pub- 
lic affairs, 17. 78-80, 111-112. 

to Williamson, Hawkins and Spaight 
on trade and lands, 16. 919-920. 

to Williamson on exchange of pris- 
oners, 16. 338. 

to Young on expelling Tories, 16. 
918. 

town coms'r, 23. 810. 

tries to end Regulation, 7. xxxiv. 

troops under, 10. 858-859; to be 
paid, 10. 579. 

Tryon to on Regulator settlement 
in Rowan, 8. 545. 

Voight and Co. to on manufacturing 
advantages of Germany, 16. 920- 
924. 

Washington to on the form and 
character of gov't, 16. 813-23. 

whipped by regulators, 8. 242. 

Williams to on court, 22. 610; to 
on trial of Tories and others, 16. 
345-347. 

Williamson to on conditions in 
western country, 16. 459-460; on 
Fed. cts., state debts and public 
accts., 22. 792-4; on lands, taxes 
and war expenses, 16. 406-407; on 
Lawrence, 16. 881-882; on N. C. 
address on birth of Dauphin, 16. 
731-732; on public affairs, 17. 21- 
28, 32, 63-65, 80, 83, 90-91, 94-105; 
on state debts and public affairs, 
22. 995-8 (3 letters). 

Williamson and Blount to on con- 
tinental money, 16. 446-448; on 
derangment of officers, 16. 455- 
457; on French alliance, 16. 398; 
on Indian expeditions, 16. 410; on 
N. C.'s part in war, 16. 388, 398; 
to on prisoners and separate 
place, 16. 863; on public debts 
and peace, 16. 753-760; on taxes, 
lands, loans, supplies and peace, 
16. 434-441. 
Williamson and Hawkins to on Fed. 
capitol, 16. 908-910; on meeting. 



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16. 852-855; on peace and trade, 
16. 864-866; on post route to 
South, 16. 736-737; on seizure of 
Spain's flag, 16. 823-826; on 
treaty and trade, 16. 900-906; on 
treaty, trade, money, duties and 
lands, 16. 882-889. 
Winston to on Cumberland boun- 
dary, 22. 783. 
Wright to on British property, 18. 
496. 
Martin, Andrew, in militia, 22. 372. 
Martin, Ann, land grant to, 4. 52. 
Martin, Archd., army rank, 16. 1111. 
Martin, Benj., a J. P., 4. 712, 813. 
land grant to, 4. 761. 
rights proved, 4. 765, 1239. 
Martin, Benj., in militia, 22. 309. 
Martin, Dartiei, 22. 150. 
Martin, David, on Surry S. C, 10. 

251. 
Martin, Elizabetli, administration 

granted to, 6. 771, 772. 
Martin, Eilis, 8. 522. 
Martin, Ephraim, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Martin, Frances, juror, 25. 187, 189. 
Martin, Francis Xavler, attacks Reg- 
ulators, 7. xiv. 
blunders on (juarrel over represen- 
tation, 4. XX. 
cited, 5. xxv-xxvi, xxxi; on stamp 

act, 7. ix. 
fit for C. C, 10. xxxiii. 
letter of Atticus reprinted from, 8. 

718-727. 
on church acts, 1. xxvl. 
petition, 21. 747, 760, 762, 766, 769, 
778, 785, 894, 895, 906, 916, 920- 
921, 927, 944. 
reprints from his History of N. C, 

5. 1144-1163. 
sentenced and arrested, 18. 693-695, 

748-750, 771, 778. 
witness against Clay, 19. 777, 783, 
784, 786. 
Martin, Francis Xavier, & Co., peti- 
tion of on printing, 17. 279, 358; 
20. 9, 51-52. 
Martin, Gabriel, army rank, 16. 1121. 
Martin, George, administrator, 6. 

1010. 
Martin, George, arrested for counter- 
feiting, 8. 370, 397, 443. 
charged with counterfeiting, 9. 125, 
198. 
Martin, George, assistant justice, 3. 
215, 251, 491-492. 
named for council, 3. 209. 



offers price for slaves, 4. 1207. 

surety, 3. 593. 
Martin, George, exempted, 6. 1267. 
Martin, George, felon, 22. 844. 
Martin, Geo., petition on separation, 

22. 705-11. 

Martin, George, reports on Br., 14. 

546. 
Martin, Gibson, in militia, 22. 372. 
Martin, Gibson, land grant to, 4. 897, 

950. 
Martin, Henry, 10. 822. 
Martin, Henry, army rank, 16. 1109. 
Martin, Henry, in army, 13. 507. 
Martin, Henry, in army, 13. 528. 
Martin, Jacob, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Martin, James, 22. 745. 
Martin, Jas., army rank, 16. 1109. 
Martin, Jas., army rank, 16. 1111. 
Martin, Jas., army rank, 16. 1115. 
Martin, Jas., army rank, 16. 1119. 
Martin, Jas., army rank, 16. 1119. 
Martin, James, a J. P., 7. 702. 
Martin, James, a J. P., 23. 994. 
Martin, James, a J. P., 23. 995. 
Martin, James, army record, 13. 480. 

asks for new county, 9. 92. 

Caswell to on money for troops, 13. 
163-164. 

com. on complaints against, 10. 541- 
542. 

commissioner on boundary line, 
24. 260; on county and building, 

23. 820, 821; on confiscation, 24. 
467, 874. 

in assembly, 17. 265, 266, 268, 293, 

305, 315, 352, 354, 359, 365, 366, 
368, 387, 394, 395, 406, 424; 18. 
227, 228, 257, 297, 345, 346, 361, 
362, 376, 389, 399, 412, 429, 440, 
445, 469, 470, 471, 478; 19. 164, 
172, 205, 234, 235, 251, 257, 282, 
283, 286, 288, 295, 299, 315, 325, 
334, 354, 359, 406; 19. 718, 719, 
730, 773, 804, 808, 812, 816, 821, 
824, 835; 20. 7, 47; on com. of 
Assem., 17. 268, 277, 278, 280, 
333; 18. 9, 15, 28, 38, 46, 47, 52, 
64, 76, 80, 109, 150, 230, 237, 238, 
243. 258, 268, 269, 270, 278, 296, 

306, 307, 324, 371, 394, 395, 444. 
lieut. colonel and colonel, 10. 206, 

531. 
resigns as colonel of militia, 16. 

161, 163; 19. 116. 
revolutionary services, 22. 145-150, 

152. 



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to Caswell on money for troops, 13. 
159. 
Martin, James, claims allowed, 6. 741. 
Martin, James, felon, 22. 844. 
Martin, James, gunner, 13. 127. 
Martin, James, in army, 13. 506. 
Martin, James, in army, 13. 507. 
Martin, James, lieut., 10. 559. 
Martin, James, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Martin, James, petition, 6. 368. 
Martin, James, petition on location of 

C. H., 13. 352-354. 
Martin, James, Tory, 11. 348. 
Martin, James, to hold election, 10. 

945. 
Martin, Jesse, army pay, 7. 234. 

army rank, 16. 1121. 
Martin, Job, town coms'r, 24. 305. 
Martin, Joel, 23. 73. 
asks for incorporation, 23. 73. 
attorney, 2. 124. 

land commissioner, 1. 792; 25. 155. 
law suit, 1. 591, 592. 
library com'r, 23. 78. 
Martin, Joel, army rank, 16. 1108. 
Martin, Joel, army rank, 16. 1114. 

court martialed, 12. 489. 
Martin, Joel, gets land patent, 4. 1035. 
Martin, Joel, petition, 21. 49. 
Martin, John, a J. P., 2. 526, 570, 676; 

3. 234; 4. 813. 
Martin, John, a J. P., 5. 591. 
Martin, John, allowance to, 22. 816. 
Martin, J no., army rank, 16. 1119. 
deposition on burning of Ft. John- 
ston, 10. 133. 
Martin, John, asks exemption, 4. 497. 
petition for exemption rejected, 4. 
559. 
Martin, John, discharged by Prov. 

Cong., 10. 521. 
Martin, John, (2) discharged from 

Prov. Cong., 10. 521. 
Martin, John, discussion on adminis- 
trator for, 6. 1010. 
Martin, John, dismissed, 2. 514. 
lapse patent to, 2. 768, 771. 
tried for misdemeanor, 2. 656, 657- 

658, 672, 700, 706. 
witness, 2. 491-492. 
Martin, Jno., in militia, 22. 308. 
Martin, John, In militia, 22. 314. 
Martin, John, in militia, 22. 366. 
Martin, Jno., in militia, 22. 371. 
Martin, Jno., juror, 25. 189. 
Martin, John, land grant to, 4. 625, 
641. 
rights proved, 4. 640. 



Martin, John, petitions for repeal of 

tax on free negroes, 6. 982-983. 
Martin, John, quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Martin, John, to be Capt., 5. 162. 
Martin, John, vestryman, 23. 250. 
Martin, Rev. John Nicholas, work and 

death, 8. 771. 
Martin, Joseph, 9. 71. 
Martin, Gen. Joseph, 14. 236; 19. 
739(?), 939, 941, 942, 943, 947, 949, 
950, 951; 22. 698(?). 
act for paying troops under, 25. 
62-3; to appoint as agent with 
Cherokees, 24. 509; 25. 59. 
agent among Cherokees, 14. 221; 
16. 810, 855; and superintendent 
Indian affairs, 16. 109. 
asked for guide, 20. 654. 
asks pay for troops, 21. 81, 82, 106- 

107, 153, 157, 184-185. 
assembly protests against Hopewell 

treaty, 22. 1005. 
bill to pay cost of Indian expedi- 
tion by, 21. 225, 240, 260, 263, 279 
282-283, 304, 310, 313, 327, 344, 601 
663, 677, 722. 
Blount opposes Hopewell treaty, 18 
491; to on Hopewell treaty, 17 
578-580. 
brigadier gen., 18. 179; 20. 207 

225, 388, 416. 
Caswell objects to treaties, 18. 591 
592, 599; to on Indian treaty, 17 
516-517, 518. 
Cherokee talk with on encroach 

ments, 16. 415-416, 457-458. 
commands expdn. against Indians 

20. 525, 534, 557, 598, 599. 
coms'r on building, 24. 968; on 

town, 24. 857; to treat with 
Cherokees and letters ment'd, 17. 
271, 275. 
committee to investigate conduct of, 

21. 581, 588, 659. 
correspondence with Johnston on 

Franklin and Indian affairs, 21. 

459-461, 462-464, 485, 486-487, 493, 

522-524, 536-537. 
delivers talk of Old Tassel, 18. 595. 
denounced in Tenn., 22. 723; by Ga. 

for McGillivray letter, 22. 1006. 
designs to remove into Creek 

nation, 22. 1006; to leave U. S., 

22. 788. 
effort to destroy Hopewell treaty, 

20. 762. 
expenses refused to by Assem., 22. 
722. 



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helps settle Franklin trouble, 22. 
694. 

Hutchings to on Indian affairs and 
Franklin, 22. 695-6; and Indians, 
22. 715-16. 

in assembly, 16. 55, 123; 18. 36, 
59, 61, 69, 90, 134, 136, 154, 156, 
161, 171, 287; 19. 158, 164, 190, 
215, 218, 283, 353, 396; 20. 154, 
169, 252, 311, 313, 329, 331, 344, 
347, 380, 390, 416, 426, 427, 434, 
437, 455, 473; 21. 258, 275, 581, 
598, 614, 619, 671, 697. 

in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 5, 7, 15. 

in Conv. 1789, 22. 38, 39, 48. 

Indian com'r and letters on same, 
17. 431, 473-475, 479, 485, 487, 489- 
490, 493, 510, 514-515, 516-518, 522, 
523-525, 536, 538, 566-567, 568, 582- 
586. 

Indian talks to, 22. 492-4. 

Johnston to ordering arrest of Se- 
vier, 22. 697. 

letter from ment'd, 15. 194; 20. 
151; to quoted, 16. 188. 

McDonald to on movements of 
Spanish, 17. 519. 

McGillivray letter justified, 21. 691. 

Martin to on Cherokees, 16. 856- 
857. 

Maxwell to on Indians and Frank- 
lin, 22'. 718-19. 

memorial, 19. 73, 78, 79; on conduct 
and vindication, 21. 211, 212-213, 
217, 368, 583, 659, 691, 694; con- 
sidered, 16. 109, 110, 112, 115, 116. 

Old Tassel's talk to on encroach- 
ments, 17. 175-176. 

on com. of assem., 18. 98,' 111, 285, 
316, 335. 

ordered to help arrest Sevier and 
restrain outrages, 21. 485, 496, 
500, 501. 

prisoner delivered to, 18. 796. 

quoted on Cherokee affairs, 14. 243- 
245; on Indian troubles, 22. 693. 

removed as Brig. Gen. Washington 
Dist., 21. 725-728. 

reports on encroachments, 22. 965. 

Tipton to on hostilities in Franklin, 
22. 691-3. 

to assist in procuring pilot, 22. 676. 

to Caswell on Cherokee affairs, 14. 
226-227, 234-235; on Indian affairs, 
17. 521-522; 18. 510, 604-606; 20. 
653-654; 22. 675-6. 

to collect and deliver Indian cap- 
tives, 21. 535, 536. 



to hold talk with Cherokees, 21. 

485-487. 

to Johnston on Franklin, Indians 
and his own work, 22. 716-18. 

to McGillivray on horses and settle- 
ments on Tombigby, 22. 787-8. 

to Martin on Cherokee affairs and 
answer, 17. 11-12, 13, 15-16; on 
Indian affairs, 16. 924-925; on 
Spanish intrigues, 17. 84-85. 

to receive Cherokee prisoners, 16. 
800. 

treats with Cherokees, 16. 304-305; 
20. 403-406; with Chickasaws, 18. 
493-495; with Choctaws, 18. 799- 
802. 
Martin, Jos., in militia, 22. 378. 
Martin, Joseph, regulator, 8. 79. 
Martin, Joseph, takes deposition, 9. 

610. 
Martin, Gov. Josiah, 8. xiii, xxiv, 599, 
650, 651; 9. ill, xv, xix, xx, xxi, 
xxviii, xxxiii, xxxiv, xxxv, xlvi, 
xlvii, 9, 13, 271, 369, 610, 813, 1096, 
10. xxvii, xxix, xxx, xxxiii, xxxvi, 65 
113, 125, 128, 129, 314, 336, 378, 
379, 413, 448, 465, 512, 577, 678, 
762; 17. 903; 21. 386, 994, 995; 
22. Iv, 128, 480; 23. 850, 871, 872, 
930, 931, 976; 24. 100. 

to on military affairs, 15. 670. 

accompanies army of Cornwallis, 
15. ix. 

action of Prov. Cong, on proc. of, 
10. 370. 

actions of denounced, 10. 185. 

addresses to and from assembly, 9. 
101-103, 103-105, 106-107, 137, 138, 
140, 142-153, 145, 155, 158, 159, 
162, 165, 169, 173, 178, 179, 181, 
182, 190, 191, 192, 201, 202, 211, 
212, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 
220, 377-380, 381-382, 385, 452, 454- 
456, 458, 460, 461, 465, 467, 468, 
480, 486, 496, 501, 502, 504, 505, 
507, 520, 521, 534, 535, 536, 540, 
541, 546, 548, 551, 558, 560-561, 562, 
563-564, 565, 566, 567, 568, 569, 
570, 571, 578, 580, 581, 582, 595, 
707-709, 710-711, 712-713, 736, 737, 
739, 742-743, 749-750, 759, 761, 762, 
763, 768, 784, 787-788, 831-834, 835, 
837-838, 856-857, 862-863, 870-872, 
877-878, 879-880, 882-883, 888, 890- 
893, 894-895, 897, 920, 922, 923, 924, 
925, 928-929, 931, 935, 936, 937. 
938, 940-942, 943, 944, 945, 946-948, 
950, 1190-1196, 1201-1204. 



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advised to take no further steps 

on Prov. Cong., 9. 1041. 
advises reimbursement for Panning, 

9. xili. 
affairs in N. C. left to, 8. 627. 
aids Cornwallis in his work, 15. 

264; 17. 1006. 
allowance to, 9. 441, 568, 570, 578; 

for board of horses and servants 

of, 10. 975. 
allowed to move private effects on 

ship board, 10. 190-191. 
and battle of Camden, 15. 272. 
and bribing of Amer. citizens, 17. 

157. 
answer to proc. of, 10. 26-29. 
appointed gov. of N. C, 8. 267, 277. 
appoints Wm. Palmer colonel of 

Beaufort militia, 9. 345-346. 
asked to pardon Regulators and 

answer, 9. 169, 173. 
assents to laws, 9. 134-136, 221-222, 

442-447, 485, 583-587, 860-862, 870, 

927-928, 945-946, 950. 
banished N. C, 17. 151. 
Biggleston refuses to deliver up 

property of, 17. 663-664, 713, 747, 

790. 
Board Trade to on laws to be dis- 
allowed, 9. 597-598. 
bonds in name of, 9. 72, 73, 74, 

1062; 10. 30. 
calls assembly, 10. xxxi; 20. xxxii. 
Campbell to on rebellious spirit in 

the South and answer, 1 1 . 259- 

261. 
certifies to Strudwick, 11. 238-239. 
character of administration, 9. xii. 
claims, 9. 591. 

claims loyalists in N. C, 20. xii. 
commissioners directed to sell ef- 
fects of, 12. 96. 
commissions notaries public, 9. 367. 
committee to consider disposition of 

effects of, 10. 505, 511. 
communication with forbidden, 10. 

87, 139-140; to be cut off, 10. 317, 

350-351. 
complaints to against justices of 

Bute, 9. 70-71. 
consults on and issues proc. against 

Prov. Cong., 9. 1028-1030. 
council not allowed to visit, 10. 425. 
creates courts, 9. xxiii, xxiv. 
Dartmouth to on court and other 

acts, 9. 680-683, 987-989; on court 

bill and public affairs, 9. 815-816; 
on courts and quit rents, 9. 1140- 



1141; on courts, representation, 
council, etc., 9. 1119-1120; on dis- 
solution of assembly and quorum 
in, 9. 664-665; on loyalty in N. C, 
9. 1240-1242; on proceedings of 
Eng. Gov't against America, 10. 
66-68; on public affairs, 9. 351- 
352, 374-375, 680-683, 694-695; on 
raising loyal troops, etc., 10. 89- 
91, 247-248; on revisal of laws and 
quit rent bill, 9. 824; on sending 
Br. troops to Cape Fear, 10. 299- 
300, 306-308. 

death desired, 10. 85. 

debt under, 9. xvi. 

demands supplies from Wilmington 
and answer, 10. 477-481, 490. 

DeRossett and others to on reasons 
for favoring court bill, 9. 975-980. 

desires to be supreme In N. C, 10. 
71. 

discovery of magazine of, 11. 255- 
256. 

dismounts guns in Newbern, 9. 
xxxvi. 

dissolves assembly, 9. 1211, 1221, 
1224; and reasons, 9. 954-955. 

distributes Tory pamphlets, 10. 360. 

driven to man of war, 10. ill, vi. 

Dunn said to correspond with, 15. 
690. 

effects of in Perquimans to be sold, 
12. 439, 443. 

encourages insurrection, 1 1 . 283 ; re- 
ligion by proclamation, 9. 28, 29. 

escapes from N. C, 9. xxxvi, xxxvii. 

forbids convention to meet, 9. xxx, 
xxxi, xxxii; exportation of grain, 
9. 323-324, 328. 

furnishes report on troops to Tryon, 

8. 635. 

Gage's letters to ment'd, 10. 85, 97; 
on ammunition published, 10. 105- 
106; on loyalty in N. C. and Mass., 

9. 1220. 

Germain to on Br. expedition 
against So. colonies, 10. 364; on 
British troops in America, 10. 
609; on his private losses, success 
of Br., etc., 15. 147-149; on his re- 
turn to Eng., 11. 704. 

gives Br. protection, 14. 670, 783. 

glosses and misrepresents North's 
resolution, 10. 57-58. 

goes South with Br., 15. 324; to N. 
y., 9. 1078. 

Hambleton petitions for pardon, 9. 
38. 



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Highlanders ask that he be put at 
their head, 15. 260. 

Hillsboro to on action on the Span- 
ish snow, 9. 227; on disallowance 
ot laws, 11. 235-237; on public 
affairs, 9. 307-310; on Regulation, 
9. 1 ; and paper currency, 9. 64- 
66; and S. C. boundary, etc., 9. 
274-277; on repeal of poll tax law, 
9. 300-301; on Tryon's work and 
the quit rent bill, 9. 2, 3. 

horses of to be produced to Council 
of Safety, 10. 874. 

hostile intensions of considered, 10. 
182. 

Howard's opinion on case of Regu- 
lators, 9. 333-334. 

in Charlotte, 14. 407, 410. 

instructions to, 8, 513-516; on at- 
tachments for debt, 9. 235-236; 
compared with those to Tryon, 
8. 512, 514-515; considered, 8. 512- 
513; on riot act, 11. 240-241; on 
riot and post acts, 9. 289-291; on 
running of S. C. boundary, 8. 611- 
612; 11. 234-235. 

instructs sheriffs to collect poll tax 
and ccllectors duties on liquirs, 9. 
229-230. 

inventory of property of sold by 
Prov. Cong., 22. 880-9. 

issues commissions, etc., 10. 469; 
orders for raising King's stand- 
ard, 10. 441-442; writs for new 
assembly, 9. 967. 

Johnston to on his suspension as 
naval officer, 10. 332-333. 

keeps N. C. from representation in 
Continental Congress, 9. xxix. 

King approves insti-uctions to, 11. 
232-233. 

land grants by, 9. 368. 

leaves Newborn, 10. 14; N. C, 11. 
iii. 

letter from ment'd, 9. 812; from 
Gage ment'd, 10. 66; of inter- 
cepted, 10. 160; laid before Prov. 
Cong., 10. 182, 183; published, 10. 
152; to Boote demanded, 10. 93; 
to Cotton discussed. 10. 124; to 
Lord Germain ment'd, 13. iii-iv; 
to White intercepted, 10. 74-75 
85. 

loses son Sam, 9. 1115, 1117; loses 
by confiscation In N. C, 14. 849. 

loyal address to from Dobbs Co., 
9. 1127; from Rowan, Surry, Guil- 
ford and Anson, 9. 1160-1164. 



makes demands on Wilmington, 11. 
279. 

makes un-American speech, 1 1 . 290. 

militia raised by to be exchanged, 
16. 708. 

Moore to on McDugal, 9. 683-684, 
687; on reconciliation, 11. 269- 
270; on reconcilliation and an- 
swer, 10. 395-396, 398-399, 400, 431- 
432. 

movements watched, 9. xxxvi. 

not to be allowed to go into back 
country, 10. 124, 

not to be restored to military rank, 
10. 90. 

objects to Franklin's Plan, 10. vii. 

on causes of Regulation, 9. iv, v. 

on sale of offices, 9. xxvii. 

orders collection of tax and duties 
by proclamation, 9. 982-983; In- 
truders off Cherokee lands, 9. 
982; suspension of Johnston as 
naval officer and answer, 1 1 . 256- 
258. 

Palmer to on granting of land, 9. 
1020. 

papers captured, 22. 617; not to he 
exchanged for Borden's, 16. 110. 

pardons criminals, 22. 511. 

patriots on conduct of, 10. 272. 

petition to by Regulators, 22. 891 
for division of counties, 9. 89-90, 
91-92; of Orange Co., 9. 809-810; 
for fire wood for Ft. Johnston, 9. 
1132-1133; for McDugal, 9. 684- 
685; for more time to settle 
sheriff's accounts, 9. 802-803; for 
pardon of Fields, 9. 40-41; for 
pardon of Hamilton, 9. 39; for 
pardon of Pugh, 9. 29, 30; for par- 
don of Regulators, 9. 84-87, 93-95, 
98-100; for pardon of Welborn, 9. 
26-27; for pensions, 9. 92-93; from 
Beaufort for representation, 9. 
640-641; from Bertie on Windsor 
as C. H., 9. 804-806; from Guilford 
on C. H., 9. 806-809; from Morav- 
ians to be put into Surry Co., 9. 
47-48; from Rowan Co. on mar- 
riage act, 9. 623-625. 

petitions to from Tories, 22. 503; 
on Chowan boundary, 9. 633-635; 
on fishing, 9. 87-88; on new chart- 
er for Campbellton, 9. 79-80; on 
rents from Dobbs patent, 9. 46- 
47. 

pilots petition for protection against 
negroes, 9. 803-804. 



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precipitates quorum trouble, 9. xxvi- 
xxvii. 

presides at council, 9. 15-16, 24, 27- 
29, 52-53, 55-57, 66, 71, 75, 78, 228- 
230, 273-274, 293-295, 325, 327-328, 
346, 372,, 594-596, 601-607, 644, 788- 
791, 830-831, 954-955, 981-983, 1018- 
1020, 1027-1030, 1041, 1132-1133, 
1144-1146, 1168, 1169, 1177-1178, 
1207, 1211, 1215-1216, 1221, 1229; 
10. 38-40, 106-107. 

proclamation against entering land 
for the timber and lightwood, 9. 
294-295; against exorbitant fees 
and tables of to be published, 9. 
24, 25; against encroachments on 
Indian lands, 9. 1106; against 
Henderson and the Transylvania 
purchase, 9. 1122-1125; against 
Prov. Cong., 9. 1145-1146, 1177- 
117S; and patriots generally, 10. 
141-151; against rebels, 10. 396- 
397; against remission of arrears 
of rents, 9. 606-607; against 
Safety Committees and rebellion, 
10. 16-19, 24; burned, 10. iv; 
commanding Prov. Cong, to dis- 
perse, 9. 1187; commented on by 
Rowan S. Com., 10. 92; disallow- 
ing Queen's College act, 9. 665; 
on collection of duties, 9. 607; 
on granting lands, 9. 667-668; on 
new commissions, 9. 56; on oath, 

9. 52-53; on payment of duties on 
liquors, 9. 645; read to Prov. 
Cong, and burned by hangman, 

10. 180; of reward for Collins, 9. 
788-789. 

promises aid to Br. attempts in So. 

provinces, 11. 273-274. 
property confiscated, 24. 263, 464; 

to be seized and sold, 10. 920, 

962. 
proposes to settle in Bute, 9. 1006. 
proposition to take him into interior 

of province, 10. 486. 
prorogues assembly, 9. 27, 28, 32, 

697. 
protests to denounced, 10. 228. 
provisions to, 10. 389. 
Quakers petition to for pay for sup- 
plies against Regulators, 9. 354- 

355. 
quoted on Tory refugees from N. C, 

13. vi; on sentiment in N. C, 10. 

xix. 
reasons for selling his commission, 

10. 408-409. 



reassumes gov't, 15. x; in Charlotte, 

15. 171. 
recommendation of McCarthy, 9. 

61-62. 
rejects court law, 9. xxii; law to 

stop collection of certain taxes, 

9. xvii, xviii. 
report on membership of council, 9. 

1171, 1172; on Moore's Creek bat- 
tle quoted, 10. xxvi. 
returns to Eng., 17. 1015. 
Rutherford to on land ungranted, 9. 

1021. 
said to be absent from province, 10. 

vi, viii; to be with Rawdon, 14. 

599; to have abdicated, 10. 174, 

175. 
scheme of ment'd, 14. 820. 
secures closing of Ocracock Inlet, 

13. iv; return of the Scorpion to 
N. C. and results, 11. 265-267. 

sends family to N. Y., 10. 43; for 
ammunition to N. Y., 10. 84. 

should be seized, 10. 86. 

sick, 9. 698. 

signs act for agent, 11. 238; admin- 
istration papers, 9. 227-228. 

sketch, 9. iii-v. 

slighted by assembly, 9. xxiv. 

Stuart to on Indian affairs, 9. 825- 
826. 

suspends Dry, 10. 152. 

takes oath and issues proclama- 
tions, 9. 15, 16. 

the People to on charges against 
Collett and dismantling Ft. John- 
ston and answer, 10. 102-104, 108. 

threatens Cross Creek, 14. 820. 

to ■ on Council Cont. Cong, and 

agency for Granville, 9. 1087-1088. 

to be consulted on sending of troops 
to N. C, 10. 313. 

to be made gov. of S. C, 15. 147-148. 

to Board Trade on council, 9. 1172. 

to Br. gov't on Tories in N. C, 22. 
616-18. 

to Br. Secretary of State on Camden 
battle, 15. 49-56. 

to Carteret on quit rents in N. C, 
15. 96. 

to command reg't of Br. volunteers, 

14. 738. 

to Cotton on his loyalty, 10. 119. 

to council on condition of affairs 
and answer, 10. 38-40. 

to Dartmouth on action of council 
on court bill, 0. 969-980; on as- 
sembly, 9. 698-699; and Prov. 



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Cong., 9. 1212-1215, 1223-8; and 
courts, etc., 9. 1114-1116; and 
quorum, etc., 9. 598-601; on 
Bunker Hill battle, dismantling of 
Ft. Johnston, etc., 10. 96-99; on 
Burgwin's resignation and quarrel 
over it, 9. 613-618; on burning of 
Ft. Johnston, 10. 108-109; on 
Cont. Cong., loyalty in N. Y. and 
Bstab. church, 9. 1083-1085;; on 
council, boundary line of Va., 
taxes, etc., 9. 1242-1245; on coun- 
cil vacancies, 9. 695; on court act, 
9. 625-632; and act to repeal tax 
to redeem currency, 9. 958-967; 
and jury act, Prov. Cong., etc., 9. 
1050-1061; and public affairs, 9. 
1007-1008; on court and other bills 
and appeal in chancery court, 9. 
675-677; and public affairs, 9. 791- 
801, 816-819, 820-824; on court law 
and agency for Earl Granville, 9. 
693-694; on court of o. and t. law, 

9. 1077; on courts and public af- 
fairs, 9. 685-688; on land grants, 
quit rent law, salary of C.J., etc., 9. 
989-994; on laws and S. C. bound- 
ary, 9. 635-638, 655-664; on laws 
of 1774, 9. 1009-1014; on loyalists 
in the Carolinas and coming of 
Br. troops, 10. 406-409; on loyalty 
and land purchases, 9. 1174-1176; 
on Newbern cannon, ammunition, 
loyalty and public affairs, 10. 41- 
50; on proposed agency for Earl 
Granville, 9. 642-644; on Prov. 
Cong., courts and public affairs, 

10. 264-278; on public affairs, 9. 
357-360, 361-363, 364-365, 618-623, 
690,691, 1155-1159; 10. 230-237, 
244-246; on public revenues, 9. 
646-647; on quit rent bill, 9. 671- 
672; on quit rents, Regulator and 
court laws, 9. 1257-1258; on reso- 
lutions of House of Commons and 
independence, 9. 1254-1257; on re- 
sults of limiting power to grant 
lands, 0. 668-669; on suspension 
of Dry from council, 10. 100-102; 
on Transylvania, loyalty, High- 
landers, etc., 10. 321-328; on 
trouble with assembly, 9. 373-374; 
on violation of mails and loyalty 
in N. C, 10. 69-71. 

to DeRossett proposing to arm 

slaves, 10. 137-138(7. 
to Gage on loyalty in middle and 

western counties and arms, 9 



1166-1168, 1174. 

to Germain on British efforts in N. 
and S. C. and on Macknight, 10. 
652-656; on Camden battle and 
conduct of So. campaign, 15. 81- 
82 ; on case of Nelson, 1 1 . 711 ; on 
conciliation, courts, clerks, etc., 
11. 721-727; on establishment of 
rice admiralty ct, etc., 10. 733- 
735; on fortunes of loyalists in N. 
C, 10. 899-900; on his own situa- 
tion, 10. 823-824; on his remain- 
ing in America, 11. 715; on intro- 
ducing Parry, 10. 893; on loyal- 
ists and Moore's Creek battle, 10. 
486-493; on Moore's plan of recon- 
ciliation, courts and strengthen- 
ing of government, 10. 399-405; 
on Tories driven from N. C, etc., 
1 1 . 765-768 ; on Tory prospects in 
N. C, 13. 367-368. 

to go South with Br. army, 10. 903. 

to Hillsboro on N. C. acts of 1771, 9. 
252-259; on Armidacase, 9. 41-44; 
on assembly, 9. 32; on case of 
ship Santa Catharina, 9. 33-36; on 
causes and condition of Regulation, 
9. 329-333; on constitution of 
courts, 9. 315-317; on death of 
Princess of Wales and attach- 
ment law, 9. 292; on embargo on 
grain and trade, 9. 323-324; on his 
appointment as gov., 8. 518; 10. 
2; on his western trip and public 
affairs, 9. 347-350; on history and 
extortions of clerks of pleas, 9. 
263-268; on Hunter, salt and 
manufactures, 9. 268-270; on 
land patents and S. C. boundary, 
9. 299-300; on payment for Regu- 
lator campaign and need of cur- 
rency, 9. 66-69, 75-78; on public af- 
fairs, 9. 277-281, 339-341; on quit 
rents and purchase of Granville's 
claim, 9. 260-263; on repeal of poll 
tax and liquor duties for sinking 
fund, 9. 230-235; on Regulators, 
9. 36-37, 311-14; and public affairs, 
0. 16-20; on S. C. boundary, 9. 48- 
50, 311-14. 
to Iredell on respiting Foscue, 9. 

1008-1009. 
to Johnston on comptroUership of 
Currituck port, 9. 342-343; on 
court law, 9. 693; on extortions in 
customs, 9. 236-237; suspending 
him as dep. naval officer, 10. 
262-263. 



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to Lords of Treasury introducing 

Conden, 14. 297-298. 
to Privy Council on public affairs, 

9. 669-670. 
to regulate fees of chief justice, 10. 

378. 
to Rochford on regulation, 9. 245. 
to Secretary of State (Br.) on pro- 
gress of war in the South, etc., 
14. 847-849. 
to S. P. G., on character of Tomlin- 

son, 9. 304-307. 
to visit N. C, 1 5. 341. 
to White on army supplies, 10. 16. 
treatment of, 10. vi. 
tries to resume gov't of N. C, 16. v. 
trip to the west, 9. 307. 
trouble from lack of currency, 9. 

xiii, xiv. 
view of affairs in N. C. in 1775, 10. 

ix. 
visited by Hunt, 10. 304. 
warrant of to Collett presented to 
assembly, 12. 140; to Collins, 18. 
33. 
witness and takes depositions, 9. 
651, 652, 653. 
Martin, Mrs. Josiah, 9. 1168; 10. 16, 

goes to N. Y., 10. 43. 
Martin, Josh, army rank, 16. 1116. 
Martin, Josh, army rank, 16. 1119. 
Martin, Joshua, in army, 15. 721. 
Martin, Josh, property confiscated, 

19. 672. 
Martin, Kinchen, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Martin, Levi, army pay, 17. 231. 
Martin, Lewis, army pay, 17. 233. 
Martin, Lodowicl<, land grant to, 4. 

635. 
Martin, Mrs. Mary, 22. 150, 151. 
Martin, Moses, claim, 9. 488; allowed, 
9. 414, 415, 527, 528, 536; 22. 879. 
Martin, Murdocl<, tory officer, 22. 197. 
Martin, Nathaniel, asks for lapse pat- 
ent, 2. 484, 500, 502, 521. 
dismissed by court, 2. 514. 
land lapses, 2. 768, 771. 
tried for felony, 2. 30, 831-832; and 
dismissed, 3. 54. 
Martin, Nath., land grant to, 4. 638. 
Martin, Nicholas, killed, 20. 191-192. 
Martin, Patrick, 14. 144. 
Martin, Paul, claim of rejected, 17. 
379. 
petition, 20. 78. 
Martin, Peter, juror, 4. 525. 
Martin, Richard, army pay, 17. 230. 
Martin, Rich'd, army rank, 16. 1110. 



Martin, Richd, army rank, 16. 1110. 
Martin, Richd, army rank, 16. 1116. 
Martin, Richard, in army, 15. 718. 
Martin, Richard, in army, 15. 728. 
Martin, Richard, petition on adminis- 
tration, 6. 1010. 
Martin, Richd, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Martin, Robert, 20. 575; 21. 808. 
army pay, 17. 229. 
army rank, 15. 730; 16. 1108. 
horseman, 15. 509. 
money from, 21. 1065. 
owes state, 21. 1070. 
Martin, Robt., pensioner, 22. 75. 
petition, 20. 550; 21. 100, 107, 301. 
355, 682, 744, 824-825, 837, 891, 892, 
! 1007, 

Steele to on supplies, 16. 531-532. 
Martin, Roxalena, slave castrated, 22. 

819. 
Martin, Salathiel, resigns as J. P., 17. 
349; 20. 63, 67. 
revolutionary services, 22. 150-1. 
Martin, Samuel, army pay, 17. 231. 
army rank, 16. 1109. 
owes state, 21. 1068. 
Martin, Samuel, father of Gov. M., 9. 

iii. 
Martin, Samuel, in Prov. Cong., 10. 

165, 167, 173. 
Martin, Samuel, land grants to, 4. 650, 

651. 
Martin, Samuel, letter of ment'd, 5, 

821. 
Martin, Samuel, lieut, 10. 620, 622. 
Martin, Saml., pensioner, 22. 77. 
Martin, Sam, register, 9. 298. 
Martin, Samuel, son of Gov. dies, 9. 

1115, 1117. 
Martin, Samuel, wounded, 19. 969, 

991. 
Martin, Samuel, wounds Wilkes, 9. ill. 
Martin, Susannah, dismissed by court, 
3 54. 
tried for felony, 2. 831-832. 
Martin, T'hos., a J. P., 2. 526; 3. 244, 

537. 
Martin, Thos., gun impressed, 22. 413. 
Martin, Thos., in militia, 22. 350. 
Martin, Thos., in militia, 22. 351. 
Martin, Thos., in militia, 22. 377. 
Martin, Thos., juror, 25. 190. 
Martin, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 601, 

635, 767. 
Martin, Thomas, representation on 
settlement of, 21. 397, 423, 425, 
434, 707. 



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Martin, Thos., time of survey extend' 

ed, 5. 812. 
Martin, Will, castrated, 22. 819. 
Martin, Wm., 11. 345, 716. 
Martin, Wm., a J. P., 4. 224, 346, 712, 
Martin, Wm., a J. P., 22. 813, 814. 
Martin, Wm., army pay, 17. 231. 
Martin, Wm., army pay, 17. 232. 
Martins, Wm., army pay, 17. 233. 
Martin, Wm., army rank, 16. 1118. 
Martin, Wm., coms'r on case of Wms, 

12. 568, 675. 

Martin, Wm., dead, 22. 344. 
Martin, Wm., gap coms'r, 25. 109. 
Martin, Wm., in militia, 22. 308, 313. 
Martin, Wm., in assem., 21. 5, 47, 52, 

66, 68, 74, 109, 115, 130, 133, 155, 

160, 168, 179, 190, 872, 927, 930, 
• 931, 937, 939, 941, 946, 965, 970, 

980, 988, 999, 1006, 1012, 1013, 

1015, 1020, 1021, 1030, 1050. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 2, 6, 7, 26, 27, 30, 

32, 34. 
in Conv. 1789, 22". 37, 46, 49. 
Martin, Wm., in militia, 22. 378. 
Martin, Wm., juror, 25. 189, 190. 
Martin, Wm., land grant to, 4. 64, 635, 

641, 759, 761. 
Martin, Wm., officer, 18. 451. 
Martin, Wm., officer, 18. 459. 
Martin, Wm., petition ment'd, 4. 682. 
Martin, Wm., rank of 3d Reg't settled 

at, 15. 699-700. 
Martin, Wm., recommended, 22. 345. 
Martin, Wm., road coms'r, 23. 222. 
Martin, Wm., sued, 10. 310. 
Martin, Wm., to be capt, 5. 163. 
Martin, Zacaria, 7. 775, 776. 
Martin, Zacharlah, fine remitted, 4, 

760 
Martin, Zacr., petition on C. H., 9. 806- 

808. 
Martin, sloop of war, 8. 31, 550. 
desertions from, 7. 534, 535, 630, 795. 
to cruise on N. C. coast, 7. 784, 785. 
Martin Academy, act to incorporate, 

24. 536. 
Martin Co., 4. iv; 10. 525, 558, 917; 

13. 63, 168, 393, 610, 724; 14. 239, 
450; 17. 31, 300, 362, 691; 18. 497; 
19. 453; 20. 20, 55, 90; 21. 611, 
776, 928, 1067, 1070; 22. 521; 23. 
957, 991; 24. 249, 250, 581, 705, 
758; 25. 64, 101. 

act for court, 24. 37-9, 50, 64, 161; 
for poor house, 24. 949-50; for tax 
for pub. buildings, 24. 252, 519, 
625, 767, 810-11; for town, 24. 307- 



9, 773-4; on jurors, 24. 82-4, 273- 
5; to erect, 23. 976; to extend 
boundary, 24. 647; to fix time of 
Co. Ct., 24. 717-18. 

Baptists in, 5. 1177. 

bill for public buildings in, 13. 568, 
571, 580, 671, 683, 700; for town in, 

13. 849-850, 871-872, 884, 941, 
951, 972; 17. 287, 291, 303, 339, 
347, 363, 381, 392; on boundary, 

19. 611, 612, 641, 677; to pardon 
misdemeanors in, 21. 748, 751, 
752, 754, 756, 757, 854-855, 895, 
896, 897, 900, 902, 903, 1022-1023, 
1031. 

census of 1790, 23. 720-735. 
citizens of intercede for LewoUen, 

11. 777. 
clothing for troops due from, 12. 

639, 748. 
conspiracy in, 11. 510, 513. 
^court days, 23. 932, 946, 990. 
in Halifax dist., 15. 377.. 
J. P.'s in, 15. 693; 23. 994. 
list of drafts and volunteers from, 

14. 838, 839. 

members in assembly, 9. 1188; 12. 
2, 3, 125, 282, 306, 549, 656, 788, 
857; 13. 533, 736, 785, 820, 952; 
16. 2; 17. 265, 276, 795, 877, 18. 
2, 227, 238; 19. 1, 129, 138, 234, 
400, 418, 581, 718, 720, 756, 794; 

20. 2, 120, 302, 476; 21. 2, 194, 
730, 872. 

members in Conv. 1788 and 89; 22. 

2, 12, 26, 28, 30, 32, 33, 37, 43. 
members in Prov. Cong. , 9. 1042, 

1179; 10. 165, 501, 505, 506, 914, 

919, 924, 925. 
militia of in Spanish alarm, 22. 270- 

1(?); organization of, 10. 625, 

facing 680; 13. 393; officers, 20. 

272, 460. 
number mem. in assm., 9. 1053. 
officers of militia, 12. 600, 707, 708, 

713, 714. 
organization of troops, 10. 205, 207, 

531, 625, facing 680. 
owes state, 21. 1067, 1075. 
petition on Fed. Conv., 21. 31. 
rates established in, 16. 1198. 
report on troops of, 14. 239. 
tax in, 19. 706. 
Tories in, 14. 184; active, 11. 551; 

conspiracy nf , 11. 603. 
troops thanked, 10. 472-473; to be 

raised in, 13. 411; 24. 154. 



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Martin District, recruiting officer for, 

22. 928. 
IVIartinbo, 15. 484. 

IVlartinborough, 9. 1030; 10. 95, 416, 
685. 749. 789; 11. 424, 535; 13. 
288; 15. 467, 633; 16. 580; 18. 
767; 21. 274. 

act for academy at, 24. 867-9; to 
amend act on, 24. 781-2; to 
change name to Greenesville, 24. 
867-9; to establish, 23. 865-6, 968-9. 

bill for academy and to change 
name, 18. 40, 89-90, 143, 259, 275, 
292, 318, 327, 340; to amend act 
on, 17. 356, 360, 379, 403; 20. 41, 
70, 96; to erect, 9. 117, 119, 135, 
152, 176, 182, 183, 195, 222, 256; 
and for C. H. and prison in, 9. 
723, 729, 770, 776, 783, 840, 848, 
855, 862, 888, 900, 907, 908, 917, 
920, 928, 1013. 

inspection at, 24. 581. 
S. C. meets in, 9. 1075, 1079, 1080, 
1088, 1095, 1100, 1126, 1154, 1171, 
1240, 1250, 1266, 1281; 10. 14, 37, 
61, 64, 87, 99, 121, 122, 221, 243, 
255, 261, 296, 346, 422, 451, 494, 
499, 618, 670. 
IVlartinborough Parish, bill to explain 

act for erecting, 9. 894. 

Martindale, Saml., pensioner, 2?. 77. 

Martindeal, Dan'l, in militia, 22. 396. 

Martinico and Martinique, 2. 334; 10. 

802; 11. 486; 13. 354, 355, 362, 

402, 592, 690; 16. 355, 451, 478, 

494, 530, 545, 705, 778; 17. 32, 274, 

561; 18. 541; 19. 880; 22. 785, 

786, 909. 

agency in, 16. 327, 394, 395. 

arms and am. from, 15. 70, 71; 16. 
880; 17. 800-802, 804, 882, 887; 22. 
526. 

Bretigny thanked for his agency, 
19. 99-100, 103. 

captured, 6. 708, 838. 

almost captured by Eng., 14. 864. 

conquest of, 6. 803, 808. 

debt due to gov't of, 17. 76, 79, 87- 
88, 117, 439, 450-451, 465, 475-476, 
478, 480, 488, 498-499, 502, 505-506, 
507, 596; 18. 575, 587, 598-599, 
600, 688-689, 721-722, 771; 19. 224, 
253, 257, 345, 347, 360, 512, 527, 605, 
606, 608, 646-647, 651; 20. 493, 
579, 583; 21. 25, 147-148, 158, 206, 
211, 252, 295, 299, 394, 421-422, 
444-445, 453, 461, 462, 466, 469, 
470, 471, 473, 488-489, 492-493, 498- 



499, 560, 562-563, 564, 579, 634, 
644, 722, 796, 877, 959; considered, 
22. 794-5, 798. 
French in, 15. 374; fleet in, 15. 

338; 22. 594. 
governor of islands to be delivered 

to, 2. 160. 
Industry arrives from, 22. 601. 
news from, 13. 144. 
prisoners carried to, 2. 284. 
prisoners imported into, 5. 645-646. 
supplies from and goods to, 16. 

232-233. 
trade with, 11. 436. 
warrants for debt to, 18. 741, 747, 
748-750, 771. 
Martinico Road, battle in, 1. 159. 
Martin's Tory regt., 22. 210. 
Martinsville (Martinville), 8. 738; 21. 
525. 
act for town at, 24. 779-80, 846-7. * 
battle at (G. C. H.), 22. 147. 
bill to establish, 17. 297, 301, 312, 
339, 342; 20. 30, 57. 
Martyn. See Martin. 
Martyn, Mr., 8. 179. 
Martyn, Mrs., 6. 561. 
Martyn, Joseph, in militia, 22. 496. 
Marwell, Matthew, army pay, 17. 231. 
Mary, C;ueen (Mary II, William and 
Mary), 2. 861, 865, 916; 9. 1045; 
25. 149. 
charters from, 1. 552. 
to be proclaimed in C, 1. 363. 
Mary, cutter, injured, 21. 245, 246. 
Mary, ship, 21. 337. 
Mary, sloop, 8. 261. 
allowed to take out provisions, 13. 

552-553, 587, 654, 693-694. 
brings in slaves, 0. 1098. 
trades to Bermuda, 15. 218. 
Mary and Philip, statutes of in force 

in N. C, 23. 322. 
Mary and William III, statutes of in 

force in N. C, 23. 324-5, 326. 
Mary, Cape, 5. 463. 
Mary Gaily, vessel, 1. 833. 
Marybury, Francis, poll inspector, 20. 

322. 
Maryland, Col., court martialed, 13. 

264. 
Maryland, 1. 972; 2. 190, 327, 555; 3. 
339, 340, 341; 5. xiii, xiv, xix, xx, 
xxii, xxvi, xxvli, xxviii, 251, 252, 
400, 562, 1164; 6. 610, 737, 784, 
1061; 7. 459, 520; 8. xlvii, 10, 73, 
580, 754, 757, 786, 792; 9. 14, 1065, 



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1066, 1068, 1234; 10. xxvii, 46, 
176, 226, 447, 601, 618c, 803; 11. 
123, 291, 292, 386, 389, 390, 391, 
403, 405, 569, 590, 593, 688, 782, 
784, 837; 12. 484, 510, 514, 518, 
532, 537, 545, 559; 13. 39, 41, 63, 
68, 87, 523; 14. 157, 260, 355, 398, 
419, 426, 431, 432, 562, 642, 645; 

15. 66, 185, 351, 365, 366, 387, 536; 
ie. iv, 202, 419, 420, 462, 492, 603, 
604, 627, 628, 651, 679, 889, 892, 
917, 943; 17. 98, 460, 466, 1022; 
18. 85, 123, 318, 540, 589, 621, 661, 
737; 19. 118, 665, 708, 709, 956; 
20. 694, 738, 775; 22. 33, 34, 97, 
121, 153, 913, 924, 969. 

act to forfeit charter, 1. 552-554; to 

restore to crown, 25. 149-50; to 

restrain trade, 10. 109-112. 
advantages from paper currency, 

8. 18. 
against Independence, 10. 617. 
aid for French war, 5. 136, 578; to 

Ga. troops in, 11. 686; to N. C. 

from, 14. 398, 399, 404, 414, 423, 

424, 430, 438, 440, 441, 452, 458; 

to S. C, 14. 496; to Va. in French 

war, 5. 395. 
allowance to Loan office, 20. 652. 
and command of Ft. Cumberland, 

5. 647. 
and Confederation, 13. 379. 
and French war, 5. 562, 601. 
and U. S. duties, 18. 500, 501, 581, 

587, 654, 655, 683, 738. 
appoints commissioners, 13. 44. 
approves resolutions of Va., 8. 178. 
armed troops in, 9. 1248-1249. 
Arnold plunders, 17. 985. 
asked to send delegates to C. C. 

16. 743. 

bankruptcy act provided for, 1. 683. 

British grievances against, 18. 562- 
563. 

buys arms and am., 17. 911; from 
France, 22. 1034. 

cannon made in, 10. 720. 

certificates to line of, 17. 527. 

character of attorney general, 1. 
463-464; of recruits from, 15. 753. 

clothing for troops, 14. 409, 714. 

collection of debts in, 18. 645. 

commissioners of to regulate 
prices, 12. 662. 

complaints of merchants, 1. 439. 

conduct approved, 9. 1016; of Con- 
tinentals at Camden, 15. v. 



confederation of not wished, 14. 

218. 
conference with governor on French 

war, 5. 750-752. 
convicts not wanted, 1. 477-478. 
council of to Gates on supplies to 

army, 14. 673. 
cut off from trade, 10. 58. 
danger to from Va. and Pa., 1 1 . 420. 
debts pleadable in Va., 2. 836. 
DeGraffenried invited to settle in, 1. 

949-950, 958, 959, 961, 963, 966. 
Delaware to be annexed to, 1. 441. 
delegates from, 20. 603, 632. 
disadvantages, 1. 99. 
disturbances in, 1. 371. 
duties, etc., in, 18. 511. 
efforts to get Ifind for a failure, 16. 

349. 
emigration to C, 1. 248, 682; 4. 

1312; 5. 1151-2; 8. 734, 737. 
exempted from Va. debtor act, 1. 

xxxiv. 
fears Culpeper rebellion, 1. 261. 
fights the Susquehannahs, 2. 643. 
financial system commended, 9. 

1195. 
foreigners in service of, 16. 853. 
fortunes of troops at Camden, 15. 

65. 
free, 16. 749; 17. 5. 
free trade in certain products, 1. 75. 
French tobacco trade, 18. 630, 633. 
government, 1. 528. 
governor insulted by captain of fri- 
gate, 11. 464. 
grant to officers of line, 22. 532. 
gratuity to troops, 14. 382, 383. 
harm to from N. C. debtor law, 1. 

672-673. 
hopes of aid from, 5. 368. 
imports from, 2. 156. 
in C. C, 21. 441. 
in Vice admiralty dist. of Phlla., 11. 

218. 
influence of on land cessions, 21. 

504; of small land grants, 1. 100. 
jealous of western territory, 1 1 . 

377. 
key to, 15. 301. 
lands to be granted to troops from, 

16. 164-165; considered, 16. 688, 

733. 
lays duty on Br. goods, 17. 20; tax 

for common cause, 11. 462. 
legislature offers Annapolis as Fed- 
eral Capitol, 16. 794-796, 813, 842, 



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844, 878, 908. 
letter to Assembly of on their ac- 
tion on Va. resolutions, 10. 876. 
little hope of aid from, 5. 400, 407. 
location, 1. 468; 2. 351; of troops, 

15. 66. 
losses at Entaw Springs, 15. 637- 

638. 
may export grain to N. E., 14. 269. 
merchants' memorial on confisca- 
tion, 19. 952-955. 

militia at Germantown, 1 1 . 643. 

Moravians in, 5. 1156. 

movements of troops, 16. iv. 

murders on frontiers, 5. 409. 

no aid to French War, 5. 428. 

no maintenance for ministers, 1. 
234. 

N. C. act hostile to, 1. 666. 

number of troops from, 14. 272. 

offers site for, new capital, 16. 730. 

opposes aid to French War, 5. 434. 

ordered to raise troops for French 
War, 5. 791. 

organization of troops, 12. 508, 509. 

payment by, and to, 17. 560. 

pays in bills of credit, 16. 306. 

plan of operations in French War, 
5. 144/-144^; to make it more 
useful, 1. 473-474. 

population in 1755, 5. 470, 472, 473. 

position of brigade, 12. 509; of 
troops, 12. 509. 

price of land, 17. 102-103; of salt, 
11. 503. 

prisoners from, 16. 671-674; sent 
to, 11. 293. 

proposed quo warranto against, 1. 
352-354; settlement of Palatines 
in, 1. 969. 

put in state of defence, 1. 666, 667. 

quit rents in, 3. 12. 

quota, 19. 946; for public debt, 16. 
413, 415, 429, 760, 771, 890, 928, 
929; 17. 60, 101, 513, 528; of rev- 
enue, 14. 307; to sink cont. cur- 
rency, 15. 401; to U. S., 18. 667, 
704. 

ratifies confederation, 16. 888. 

refuses to alter form of gov't, 10. 
1039; to answer draft, 14. 684. 

re-inforcement from expected, 14. 
395. 

relations to crown considered, 1. 
359. 

relief granted to officers, 15. 417. 

removals to C. and Penn., 1. 682. 

report on old emissions, 16. 311. 



representation in C. C, 17. 17, 497, 

556, 557, 576, 591; 18. 488, 517, 

518, 548, 552, 640, 641, ' 671, 709, 

726, 754, 794; 21. 441. 
resolutions of on taxes, petitions 

and trials, 8. 158-159. 
right of Proprietor secured, 1. 470. 
salt high in, 11. 515; made in, 10. 

717. 
sends laws to C. C, 17. 515. 
service of Paine to, 6. 284. 
settlement of claims in, 18. 589. _ 
share of sinking fund due from, 14. 

241-243. 
should be ordered to assist Va., 1. 

835; collect provisions, 22. 914. 
silver mine in, 1. 958-960, 965. 
soldiers for French war asked, 1 1 . 

139; recommended for lands, 16. 

325. 
steel from, 22. 561. 
Suther teaches in, 8. 739. 
tax on for forts, 5. 470, 473. 
threatened, 11. 451. 
to export corn to the Bermudas, 

14. 305-306. 

tobacco cessation agreement, 1. xxii, 
XXX, xxxii, 117-118, 139-144, 151- 
153. 

Tory troubles in, 11. 378, 379. 

trade allowed to, 10. 369. 

troops of ment'd, 5. 926; 22. 620; 
at Camden, 15. 383, 384; in 
Carthagena Expedition, 11. 42, 
43; and under Blakeney, 15. 752; 
at Ft. Duquesne, 5. xxx; at Ger- 
mantown, 1 1 . 784-785 ; in prison, 

15. 489;' in N. C, 14. 380, 390; 
15. xiii; in Southern campaign, 

14. 497, 499, 500, 503, 515, 569, 
578, 579, 591, 600, 629, 673, 681- 
682, 686, 687-688, 691, 696, 710-711, 
723, 738, 771, 826, 829, 858, 867; 

15. 9, 10, 19, 99, 113, 139, 151, 252, 
264-265; sent to South, 15. 486, 
661; 17. 1002; 19. 881; sent to 
aid of Lincoln, 14. xii; to be 
raised in for French war, 6. 325; 
11. 141; wanted, 5. 751; for 
French War, 6. 594. 

trial of pirates in, 9. 309. 

value of quotas, 15. 660. 

Va, insists on being connected 
with, 11. 391. 

visited by DeGraffenried, 1. 968. 

votes not to close Miss., 22. 901. . 

wishes in matters of general offi- 
cers, 11. 381. 



MASCHIPOONG INDIANS 78 



MASON, JOSEPH 



work of militia at Guilford C. H., 
15. 430. 
MaschipOong Indians, 22. 735. 
Mase, Capt., a prisoner, 10. 486. 
Masen, Thomas, regulator, 7. 808. 
Masenborough, 13. 462. 
Mases, Mr., 14. 758. 
Maseza, Benj., in militia, 22. 349. 
Mash, Ely, army rank, 16. 1108. 
Mash, Jno., army rank, 16. 1108. 
Mash, Jno., army rank, 16. 1108. 
Mashborne, Edwd., army rank, 16. 

1114. 
Mashbourn, Dan., in militia, 22. 340. 
Mashbourn, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 340. 
Mashburn. See Marshburn. 
Mashburn, Mr., school of at Sarum, 

1. 859. 
Mashburn, Edward, land grant asked 
for, 4. 441. 
land grant to, 4. 594. 
Mashburn, Mathew, juror, 4. 521. 
Mashburn, Wm., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Mashburne, Dan'l, land grants to, 4. 

649-650. 
Masho, Mr., 11. 10, 13, 14. 
Mask, Dudley, school trustee, 24. 979. 
Mask, John, protection to, 14. 523. 
Mask, John, Jr., protection to, 14. 

523. 
Mask, Wm., in assem., 8. 118, 145, 
303. 
lieut, 10. 937. 

on com. of assem., 8. Ill, 118. 
presides at court, 8. 255. 
to inventory loyalist's property, 10. 
554. 
Mask, Wm., protection to, 14. 523. 
Maskew, George, in militia, 22. 497. 
Maskew, Joseph, in militia, 22. 497. 
Masks, Wm., 9. 126. 
Mask's (Marks', Masque's) Ferry, 
10. 128, 129; 14. 418, 556, 568, 
569, 570, 580, 581; 15. 17, 435; 
19. 154, 160, 173, 271, 278, 279, 
290; 23. 973; 24. 537. 
Kimbrough defeated at, 14. 750. 
post at, 14. 615. 
Tories defeated at, 14. 612. 
troops at, 14. 512. 

Mason, . law suit, 1. 392, 423. 

Mason, , on com. of assem., 17. 

659. 
Mason, Mr., 14. 490, 577. 
advocates furnishing horses td 
troops, 14. 511. 
Mason, Mr., claims of, 1. 225. 
Mason, Col., 14. 74, 127. 



Mason, Col., 22. 129. 

Mason, Col., commands at Ninety Six, 

22. 183. 
Mason, Col., position of regt. in army; 

12. 508. 
Mason, Col., wounded, 10. 485. 
Mason, Gen., commands Va. troops, 

14. 61. 
Mason, Benj., a J. P., 5. 657; 6. 342; 

dropped, 9. 293. 
Mason, Benj., in militia, 22. 309. 
Mason, Benj., land grant to, 4. 803, 

851. 
Mason, Caleb, in militia, 22. 275. 
Mason, Caleb, in militia, 22. 385. 
Mason, Caleb, petition, 20. 181, 183, 

200, 206, 360, 374, 385, 388. 
Mason, Caleb, petitions on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Mason, Christopher, ensign of militia, 

14. 135. 
Mason, David, 14. 597. 
to Caswell on aid to S. C, 14. 79- 
80. 
Mason, David, takes oath, 22. 174. 
Mason, Foster, witness, 2. 554. 
Mason, Geo., coms'r on trade, etc., 

18. 542-543, 793. 
Mason, Henry, petitions, 19. 932. 
Mason, Henry, to learn to make salt 

petre, 10. 537. 
Mason, Jacob, asks pardon for Fruit, 

9. 93-94. 
Mason, Jacob, claims allowed, 5. 979. 
Mason, Jacob, in militia, 22. 451. 

pay to, 22. 499. 
Mason, Jacob, protests against Regu- 
lators, 8. 273-274. 
Mason, Jacob, witness, 8. 532. 
Mason, Jacob, Jr., witness, 22. 428. 
Mason, James, act to change name to 
Isham, 24. 857-8. 
name changed, 18. 157, 377. 
Mason, John, army pay, 17. 230. 
Mason, John, army pay, 17. 230. 
Mason, Jno., army rank, 16. 1116. 
Mason, Jno., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Mason, John, imports persons, 1. 395. 
juror, 1. 396. 

law suit, 1. 417, 437, 454-455. 
sells cattle and land, 1. 420. 
witness, 1. 420, 421. 
Mason, John, lieut, 17. 828, 915. 
Mason, John, prisoner, 15. 169. 
Mason, John, regulator, 7. 809. 
Mason, Jno., wounded and prisoner, 

22. 523. 
Mason, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 851. 



MASON, MATTHEW 



79 



MASSACHUSETTS 



Mason, Matthew, in militia, 22. 324. 
Mason, Patrick, army pay, IT. 229. 
army rank, 16. 1119. 
pensioner, 22. 75. 
receives clothing, 16. 619. 
Mason, Philip, act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
Mason, Philip, army rank, 16. 1109. 
Mason, Philip, army rank, 16. 1109. 
Mason, Philip, land grant to, 19. 572. 
Mason, Philip, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Mason, Phillip, in army, 13. 515. 
Mason, Ralph, exempted, 7. 626. 
Mason, Ralph, juror, 4. 524. 
land grant to, 4. 642, 684, 711. 
rights proved, 4. 642. 
witness, 2. 554. 
Mason, Ralph, regulator, 7. 809. 
Mason, Rich'd, in militia, 17. 1042. 
Mason, Richard, land grant to, 4. 950 
Mason, Richard, prisoner, 16. 672. 
Mason, Roger, juror, 25. 190. 

land grant to, 4. 707, 762, 1033. 
Mason, Roger, Jr., land grant to, 4. 

1047. 
Mason, Sam'!, in Conv. 1789, 22. 38. 
Mason, Sarah, sells cattle and land, 1. 
420. 
vsritness, 1. 420, 421. 
Mason, Stephen, on S. C. petition, 1. 

637-640. 
Mason, Thos., enters caveat, 6. 632. 
Mason, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 628, 
710, 766, 964. 
rights proved, 4. 709. 
warrant to be surveyed, 4. 984. 
Mason, Thomas, regulator, 7. 809. 
Mason, Thomas, Jr., regulator, 8. 79. 
Mason, Thomas D., Baptist minister, 

5. 1183. 
Mason, Wm., land grant to, 4. 55. 
Mason, Wm., pensioner, 22. 76. 
Masonboro, 14. 843. 
Masonic Lodge, Martin to on his visit 

to Fayetteville, 17. 1-2. 
Mason's Ford, settlers near, 5. 1225. 
Mass, Edward, signs exchange of 

prisoners, 1 5. 452. 
Massachusetts, 2. 765; 5. xx, xxili, 
251, 252, 1166; 6. 559, 560, 624; 
7. 459; 8. 770; 9. xxxviii, xliil, 
1260; 10. 51, 52, 54, 98, 185, 322, 
363, 371, 454, 980, 981; 11.245,249, 
291, 292, 389, 394; 13. 88, 176, 
178, 243, 306, 405; 14. 370, 371, 
375, 563, 597; 15. 172, 386; 16. 
419, 420, 446, 447; 17. 5, 33, 103, 
172, 272, 274, 459, 464, 494, 508, 



544, 606; 18. 489, 508, 610, 719. 

act against Tories ment'd, 13. 248; 
to forfeit charter, 1. 552-554; to 
restore to crown, 25. 149-50. 

aid to Clarendon Co., 1. 161. 

allowance to Loan office, 20. 652. 

and continental money, 16. 446-447, 
448, 886-887. 

and regulation of commerce, 17. 
494-495. 

and U. S. duties, 18. 499, 501, 528, 
529, 533, 557, 584-585, 587, 650, 
654, 655, 661, 681, 682, 683, 692, ' 
738. 

appeals refused in, 14. 258. 

bounties In, 10. 907. 

British grievances against, 18. 561. 

builds fort on Kennebec, 5. 465. 

Burgoyne's troops sent to, 11. 653. 

cedes western lands to U. S., 17. 
458; 18. 715; 21. 504. 

character of att'y gen., 1. 463-464. 

charges against, 1. 633. 

charter taken away, 9. 1000. 

claims pay for Penobscot expedi- 
tion and bounties, 18. 81, 94-97, 
101, 102; western lands, 17. 98- 
99; 14. 679. 

controversy with N. Y., 22. 632-3. 

convention with, 14. 214. 

criticism on, 9. 1162. 

danger from, 11. 419-420. 

defense of, 5. 465. 

exports to, 14. 269. 

exposed, 1. 469. 

free, 16. 749; 17. 5. 

follows example of N. C, 10. 9. 

Gordon to Gates on affairs of, 14. 
668-669. 

government, 1 . 225. 

Hillsborough on address of to N. C, 
7. 712-713. 

illegal trade, 1. 469. 

immigrants from, 5. 1150. 

in C. C, 17. 497, 556, 557, 576, 591; 
18. 488, 548, 552, 640, 641, 671, 
709, 726, 754, 794; 20. 603, 632; 
21. 441, 533; 15. 695. 

in vice admiralty district of Bos- 
ton, 11. 218. 

indifferent to western lands, 14. 
218. 

injuries to, 10. 225-226. 

instructions to governor, 1 1 . 242. 

laws of sent to N. C, 22. 991. 

letter from ment'd, 7. 881, 928; con- 
sidered, 9. 737; on sugar stamp 



MASSACHUSETTS 



80 



MASTIN, THOMAS 



duties, etc.. 6. 1296; to ment'd, 5. 

486. 
limits should be extended, 5. 464. 
memorial from, 3. 64. 
militia called for, 14. 214. 
no provision for support of gov., 1. 

469. 
number of troops from, 14. 272. 
offers Grt. Br. on commerce, 17. 

571, 572, 592-593. 
oppression of resented, 9. 1016-1017, 

1025, 1027, 1032, 1033, 1037, 1038, 

1039, 1044, 1045, 1055, 1067. 
payment by, 17. 560. 
pays in bills of credit, 16. 306. 
population in 1755, 5. 470, 473. 
privateers from, 10. 892. 
Prov. Cong, in, 9. 1220; 10. 249. 
quarrel with Conn., 18. 794. 
quota, 19. 946; for public debt, 16. 

413, 415, 429, 760, 771, 890, 928, 

929; 17. 60, 513, 528; of revenue, 

14. 306; required of to sink cont. 

currency, 15. 401; to U. S., 18. 

667, 704. 
raises troops, 10. 21. 
ratifies Confederation, 13. 386; 

Fed. Court, 22. 11. 
regulation of police denounced, 9. 

remonstrance to on case of brig 

Joseph, 10. 973, 996-997. 
remonstrates on Cont. money, 17. 

18. 
report on old emissions, 16. 311. 
resolutions on duties, etc., 17. 476, 

508-509. 
R. I. to be annexed to, 1. 442. 
rights secured, 1. 470. 
seal for, 11. 211. 
sends laws to C. C, 17. 515, 537, 

565; to N. C, 18. 247. 
share of sinking fund due from, 14. 

241-243. 
Shay's rebellion, 18. 783, 793, 794. 
sympathy with,- 10. 61. 
tax on for forts, 5. 470, 473. 
to assembly on duties and taxes by 

Parliament, 7. 686-689. 
trade with, 10. 976; considerable, 

9. 1148; limited by Parlt, 9. 

1186. 
troops of in Carthagena expedition, 

11. 45. 
trouble in, 9. 829-830. 
value of quotas, 15. 660. 
votes to close Miss., 22. 901. 
wants duty, 16. 886. 



I 



Massachusetts Gazette, 8. 639. 
Massachusetts Historical Society Col- 
lections, reprints from, 1. 36-39. 
Massachusetts Spy, denounced for 

printing account of Regulation, 

10. 1019-1024. 
extract from on King's Mtn., 15. 

163-165. 
printer of hung in effigy, 10. 1024. 
Massacre by Indians. See Tuscarora 

War, and Indian War. 
Massamong Creek, 2., 785. 
Masser, Peter, signs Cumberland Co. 

Ass'n, 10. 29-30. 
M asset, Wm., appointed to attend 

Regulator meeting, 7. 251. 
Massey, Abijah, in Indian War, 10. 

759. 
Massey, Avent, in militia, 17. 1042. 
Massey, Drury, Tory, 11. 348. 
Massey, Ezeklah, in militia, 22. 372. 
Massey, Frederick, deserter, 14. 392- 

393. 
Massey, James, 20. 34. 
Massey, J as., in militia, 22. 379. 
Massey, James, town coms'r, 24. 882. 
Massey, J no., army rank, 16. 1110. 

pensioner, 22. 77. 
Massey, Jno., in militia, 22. 379. 
Massey, Thomas, army pay, 17. 230. 
army rank, 16. 1110. 
building coms'r, 24. 798. 
Massey, Wm., executed, 22. 844. 
Massey, Wm., in militia, 22. 366. 
Massey, Wm., prisoner, 15. 392. 
Massey, Wm., vestryman, 23. 497. 
Massingbird, George, takes oath to 

Prov. Coun., 10. 349. 
Masten, Thos., army rank, 16. 1119. 
Master of the Rolls, bill to create 

fees for, 8. 363, 426. 
Masters, Enoch, pensioner, 22. 75. 
Masters, H., Baptist minister, 5. 1191. 
Masters, John, a J. P., 4. 354. 
Masters, Joseph, patent to, 6. 77-78. 

resurvey to, 6. 82. 
Masters (Master), Thos., a J. P., 2. 

526; 3. 244, 537; 4. 47, 712. 
arrested for not going to war, 2. 

125. 
juror, 2. 398; 25. 190. 
nominated for sheriff, 4. 946. 
Masters, Thos., resolution in favor of, 

21. 722. 
Masters of Chief Justice's Court, un- 
der P. C, 25. 127. 
Mastin, Thos., sheriff, 21. 1077. 



MATACOMAUGH CREEK 81 



MATHIS, ARTHUR 



Matacomaugh Creek, boundary, 1. 
302. 

Matamaha River, 11. 201. 

Matanzas, Cuba, 13. 229. 

Matanzas, The, 22. 765. 

Matchacamak Creek, 23. 95. 

Matchapungo, 6. 760. 

Matchapungo Creek, 2. 217; 23. 222. 

Matchapungo (-ga) River, 23. 12, 128, 
222, 335, 589; 4. 70, 852. 
act for town on, 25. 229-30. 
quit rents paid at, 25. 217. 
voting place on, 2. 214. 

Matchatt, John, land grant to, 4. 638. 

IVIatchel, John, town coms'r, 24. 846. 

Matchepungo, salt at, 1. 866. 
Indian troubles at, 2. 29, 45. 

Matchepungo Bluff, 1. 629. 

IVIatchet, Edwd., army rank, 16. 1115. 

IVIatchet, Edward, estate secreted, 6. 
1012. 

IVIatchet, Ed., in militia, 22. 330. 

Matchet, John, asks letters of admin- 
istration, 8. 1012. 

IVIatchet, J no., in militia, 22. 330. 

Matchet, John, rights proved, 4. 598. 

Matchet, Sarah, summoned to coun- 
cil, 6. 1012. 

Matchett, Edward, land grant to, 4. 
852. 

Matchett, John, land grant to, 4. 603. 

Matchett, Thomas, land grant, to, 4. 
851, 1248. 
rights proved^ 4. 765 

Matchett, Thos., in militia, 22. 322. 

Matchit, John, land grant to, 4. 890. 

Matchit, Thos., in militia, 22. 284. 

Matchitt, John, land grant to, 4. 968. 

Matear, John, property restored to, 
9. 350. 

Matear, Robert, land restored to, 8. 
311; to his parents, 9. 275. 
regulator executed, 9. 36. 

Matecomack Creek (Matichacomack, 
Matitracomack, Mattercomack), 
2. 313, 328; council held at town 
on, 2. 351, 389-392. 

Math, Ralph, quit rents of, 22. 247. 

Matham, Ralf, appraiser, 2. 246. 

Mathan, Ralf, a J. P., 2. 818; 3. 234; 
4. 713. 

Mathan, Ralph, juror, 25. 188. 

Matheds, John, juror, 4. 517. 

Mathers, Edward, land grant to, 4. 
709. 

Mathes. See Mathis. 

Mathes, George, law suit, 1. 482, 483, 
485, 522, 533. 



money paid to, 1. 486. 
Mathes, Ned, regulator, 8. 80. 

Matheson, , surgeon's mate in 

Regulator campaign, 8. 659. 
Mathew, James, land grant to, 4. 628. 
Mathews. See Matthews. 

Mathews, , reports on affairs, 1. 

381. 
Mathews, Col., 12. 466. 
commands at Portsmouth, 14. 94. 
commands Foot Guards, 10. 453. 
Mathews, Ensign, dead, 15. 755, 757. 
Mathews, Lt., killed, 15. 756, 757. 
Mathews, Benj., land grant to, 4. 344. 
Mathews, Chas., army rank, 16. 1110. 
Mathews, George, juror, 1. 397, 415, 
426, 430, 433, 434. 
robbed by Sothell, 1. 369. 
surety, 1. 428. 
Mathews, Gilbert, army rank, 16. 

1118. 
Mathews, Jacob, army rank, 16. 1109. 
Mathews, Jas., army rank, 16. 1118. 
Mathews, James, land grant to, -4. 

619. 
Mathews, James, regulator, 8. 80. 
Mathews, John, deputy, 2. 758. 
Mathews, John, in army, 13. 512. 
Mathews, John, in militia, 22. 165. 
Mathews, John, in militia, 22. 380. 
Mathews, John, land grant to, 4. 335, 

353. 
Mathews, John, regulator, 8. 80. 
Mathews, Mathew, in militia, 22. 378. 
Mathews, Thos., accounts to be ad- 
justed, 2. 548-549. 
juror, 2. 592, 593, 597, 657, 664, 666. 
lamb stolen, 2. 468-469. 
ordered to produce Cockrill, 2. 508, 

512-513. 
petitions, 2. 496. 
surety, 2. 470, 512. 
to settle accounts, 2. 507, 510, 512, 
513. 
Mathews, Thos,, claims, 4. 149. 

land grant to, 4. 594. 
Mathews, Wm., in militia, 22. 163. 
Mathews, Wm., petition on who are 

titha!bles, 9. 97-98. 
Mathews' Bluff, 14. 271. 
Mathewson, Dr. Wm. See Mathison, 

Dr. Wm. 
Mathias, Stephen, army rank, 16. 

1121. 
Mathis. See Mathes. 
Mathis, Andrew, in militia, 22. 327. 
Mathis, Anthony, regulator, 8. 79. 
Mathis, Arthur, pensioner, 22. 77. 



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MATHIS, DAVID 



82 



MATTHEWS, JOHN 



Mathis, David, in militia, 17. 1060. 
Mathis, Moses, army rank, 16. 1120. 
Mathis, Wm., asks pardon for Fruit, 

9. 93-94. 
Matfiis, Wm., in militia, 22. 327. 
Mathison (Mathewson), Dr. Wm., bill 
for services, 22. 461-2, 464-5. 
furnishes provisions, etc., 22. 448. 
in Regulator campaign, 8. 584, 598. 
payment to, 22. 442. 
receives funds for hospital, 22. 465. 
Mathoo, 22. 154. 

Matkins, John, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Matlocic, John, in army, 15. 720. 

pensioner, 22. 75. 
Matlock, John, pay to, 22. 487. 
Matlock, Nicholas, pay to, 22. 488. 
Matlock, Samuel, pay to, 22. 487. 
Matravers, Henry, Lord, form of ten- 
ure to, 1. 15. 
Nicholson on grant to, 1. 541-542. 
patent for Norfolk Co., Va., 1. 14-16. 
powers, 1. 15-16. 

rent paid for Norfolk Co., 1. 14. 
See also Maltravers. 
Matravers River, named, 1. 14. 
Matrimony Creek, 2. 794. 
Matson, Eng., 6. 996. 
Matson, Gloucester Co., Eng., 5. 773, 

775. 
Mattaland, Andrew, road coms'r, 25. 

463. 
Mattamuskeet (Marromosket, Marra- 
musket, Mattemuskeet, Matta- 
mouskeet, Altamuskeet), 6. 563, 
995; 10. 662; 14. 138; 15. 97; 16. 
261; 20. 385; 24. 881; 25. 110. 
act to add to Hyde Co., 23. 232, 338; 
to destroy birds and squirrels in, 
25. 454. 
baptisms at, 7. 522. 
bill to annex to Hyde, 4. 740, 741, 

781, 782, 784, 786, 790. 
cattle on, 16. 712. 
Indians to settle at, 2. 168. 
Mattamuskeet (Mattamouskeet) 

Creek, 2. 172. 
Mattamuskeet (Matamaskite, Marmis- 
keet, Matamuskeet) Indians, 1. 
875. 
admitted to church, 6. 563. 
depredations of, 2. 29, 31, 39. 
encroachments on, 2. 316. 
join Tuscaroras, 1. 933-934. 
land to be surveyed, 2. 528. 
made slaves, 2. 2. 
number, 5. 321; and condition, 3. 
xvili, 153; 5. xli. 



peace to be made with, 2. 32. 

remains of, 6. 995. 

report on, 6. 616. 

to be settled with, 2. 38, 39, 52, 53, 
61, 62. 

troubles with, 2. 45, 50. 
Mattamuskeet Lake, 6. 1078. 

act for canal from, 25. 49. 

bill for canal from, 9. 411, 422, 425, 
426, 445, 446, 523, 526, 542, 546, 
548, 552, 585, 586, 662; 21. 340, 
356, 375, 405, 683, 715, 719. 
Matters, Wm., a J. P., 4. 1040. 
Matterson, Geo., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Matthew, Edwd., army rank, 16. 1110. 
Matthew, Isaac, brings letter, 22. 562. 
Matthew, Peter, land grant to, 4. 1046. 
Matthew, Thos., in militia, 22. 412. 
Matthews. See Mathews. 

Matthews, , claims, 4. 808. 

•Matthews, , in C. C, 15. 367. 

Matthews, Col., 11. 745. 

applies for provisions, 14. 180. 
Matthews, Dr., 5. 1220. 
Matthews, Gen., to hold Indian treaty, 

21. 522. 
Matthews, Gen. (of Georgia), reports 
Martin's letter to McGillivray to 
Ga. Assem., 22. 1006. 
Matthews, Lt., killed, 15. 756, 757. 
Matthews, Lt. Col., resigns 15. 79. 
Matthews, Anth., regulator, 7. 809. 
Matthews, Bolen, army pay, 17. 233. 
Matthews, Charles, a J. P., 23. 993. 
Matthews, Charles, juror, 8. 72. 
Matthews, Danl., army rank, 16. 1119. 
Matthews, Edward, army pay, 17. 232. 
Matthews, George, exempted, 8. 313. 
Matthews, Gilbert, army pay, 17. 230. 
Matthews, Giles, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Matthews, Hardy, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Matthews, Jacob, in army, 13. 510. 
Matthews, Jacob, on regulation of 

Cross Creek, 15. 209-210. 
Matthews, Jacob, witness, 10. 957. 
Matthews, J as., army rank, 16. 1119. 

money from, 21. 1065. 

owes state, 21. 1068. 

pensioner, 22. 75. 
Matthews, John, a J. P., 23. 993. 
Matthews, John, and case of Rowan, 

11. 627, 628, 630. 
Matthews, John, army pay, 17. 230. 
Matthews, Jno., army rank, 16. 1121. 
Matthews, Jno., army rank, 16. 1112. 
Matthews, John, land grant asked, 4. 

707. 
Matthews, John, money advanced to 



MATTHEWS, JOHN 



83 



MAULE, PATRICK 



for going express, 13. 851, 942, 
944. 

Matthews, John, on regulation of 
Cross Creek and Campbellton, 15. 
209-210. 

Matthews, John, owes state, 21. 1068. 

Matthews, John, pensioner, 22. 77. 

Matthews, John, town coms'r, 24. 182. 

Matthews (Mathews), John, Gov. of S. 
C, 16. 283, 662, 702, 946. 
Burke to on Marlon's armistice with 
Tories, 16. 217-219; on Sutton, 
16. 242-243. 
letter of ment'd, 16. 321. 
Martin to on confiscated property, 
16. 727; on reduction of Tories, 
IS. 689-690, 691. 
to Burke on treaty with Tories, 16. 

182-183. 
to Gates on public affairs, 14. 707- 
708. 

Matthews, Jos., army rank, 16. 1117. 

Matthews, Musentine, in assem., 21. 
194, 195, 234, 264, 279, 288, 294, 
305, 332, 346, 367, 372, 402, 403, 
411, 431, 751, 820, 871, 873, 899, 
927, 930, 937, 941, 946, 952, 965, 
970, 980, 987, 999, 1004, 1006, 1012, 
1013, 1015, 1021, 1031, 1032, 1050, 
1055. 
In Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 47, 48. 

Matthews, Nathl., 4. 872. 

Matthews, Peter, land grant to, 4. 948. 

Matthews, Reps., army rank, 16. 1120. 

Matthews, Thos., building and boun- 
dary coms'r, 24. 644, 645, 704. 
charges against as J. P., 18. 198, 

207. 
suspended as J. P., 18. 431, 437, 462. 

Matthews, Thos., in militia, 22. 473. 

Matthews, Thos., juror, 2. 398, 408, 
409, 548; 3. 282, 319; 25. 185. 
land grant to, 4. 59. 

Matthews, Thos., petition for, 20. 214. 
216, 252, 394, 428, 437. 

Matthews, Thos., vestryman, 25. 267. 

Matthews, Thos., Jr., a J. P., 23. 993. 

Matthews, Thos., Jr., in militia, 22. 
412. 

Matthews, Wm., asks relief from 
church tax, 9. 95-96. 

Matthews, Wm., coms'r on pub. build- 
ings, 24. 701. 

Matthews, Wm., in militia, 17. 1059. 

Matthews, Wm., on regulation of Cross 
Creek, 15. 209-211. 

Matthews' Bluff, 14. 40, 45i. 

Matthews' Church, history, 8. 754. 



Matthias, Walter, exempted, 9. 458. 
Matthls, Walter, exempted, 9. 193. 
Mattison, George, army pay, 17. 232. 
Mattlock, Jno., army rank, 16. 1111. 
Mattock, John, army pay, 17. 229. 
Mattocks, Joseph, regulators entry on 

causes of, 8. 239. 
Mattony, Richard, petition, 20. 667. 
Mattox, Rachel, recommended, 19. 

483. 
Maudlin. See Medlln, Modlln. 
Maudlin, Benjamin, regulator, 7. 734. 
Maudlin, Benjamin, regulator, 7. 735. 
Maudlin, Edward, juror, 4. 517. 
Maudlin, Ed., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Maudlin (Mandlin), Ezekiel, a J. P., 
2. 676; 3. 234. 

administration on estate of, 1. 652, 
654. 

assigns patent, 1. 622. 
Maudlin (Mandlin), Hannah, adminis- 
trator, 1. 652, 654. 
Maudlin, John, regulator, 7. 733. 
Maudlin, John, regulator, 7. 736. 
Maudlin, Jonie, regulator, 7. 734. 
Maudnell, John, land grant to, 4. 615. 
Maudual, John, land grant to, 4. 641. 
Maughen, Alexander, claim, 9. 489. 
Maul, John, in assembly, 8. 145, 303, 

304. 
Maul, Wm., vestryman, 23. 7. 
Maulborn, Davd., army rank, 16. 1112. 
Maulborn, Sol., army rank, 16. 1112. 
Maule, Capt., killed (?), 2. 27, 29. 

carried by letter, 2. 39. 

present at capture of fort, 2. 39. 

reports on Indians, 2. 295. 

surveyor, 2. 54. 
Maule, Col., surveys land, 2. 389. 
Maule, Barbara, land grant to, 4. 332. 
Maule, John, election of contested, 8. 

112-113. 
Maule (Maul, Waule), Dr. Patrick, 4. 
70, 105, 107, 115, 124, 128. 

a J. P., 2. 526; 4. 46. 

coms'r on navigation, 25. 195. 

deputation sent to, 3. 407. 

deputy admiralty judge, 3. 513, 514. 

gives receipt for lands, 2. 452. 

in assem., 2. 608, 623, 624; 3. 562, 
612, 613. 

juror, 2. 442, 474. 

library com'r, 23. 78. 

on com. of assembly, 3. 565, 578, 
581, 590. 

opposes land grant, 4. 64. 

presents address, 2. 528. 



MAULE, WILLIAM 



84 



MAXWELL, GEOEGE 



surveyor, 2. 541; 4. 71. 
vestryman, 2. 209; 23. 7. 
Maule (Maul), Col. Wm., 25. 465. 
a J. P., 2. 526, 540, 565. 
a precinct judge, 3. 28. 
asks for lapsed land, 2. 240, 303. 
asks pay for laying out Tuscarora 

lands, 2. 485. 
carries letter, 1. 728; to Glover, 1. 

725; to Hyde, 1. 731. 
death, 2. 654. 
encroaches on Indian lands, 2. 643, 

644. 
estate of, 4. 70. 

fined for not serving on jury, 2. 102. 
in assem., 2. 575, 676, 608, 623. 
in council, 2. 535-542, 556, 562-565- 

566. 
inspects land, 1. 852. 
judge of admirality, 2. 542. 
juror, 2. 543. 
land grant to, 1. 855. 
land lapses, 2. 494, 524-525. 
law suit, 2. 549, 602. 
on Va. boundary survey, 1. 743. 
petitions of Indian slave, 2. 534. 
summoned to the council, 2. 527. 
surveyor general, 2. 239. 
to examine survey, 2. 141. 
to lay off Indian bounds, 2. 457. 
to survey land, 2. 173. 
vestryman, 2. 208. 
Maule's Run, 22. 319, 322. 
Mauley, Mr., acts submitted to for ex- 
amination, 4. 612. 
Maul's Farm, Inspection at, 25. 313. 
Maul's Haven, inspection at, 23. 641, 

792; 25. 379. 
Maul's Mill, tobacco inspection at, 23. 

792. 
Maulsby, Anthony, resolve in favor of, 

20. 568, 571. 
Maultsby, Anthony, money to be re- 
ceived from, 21. 128. 
Maultsby, Jnc, Jr., in militia, 22. 283 
Maultsby, John, Jr., petitions on roads 

and ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Maultsby, John, Sr., petitions on roads 

and ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Maultsly, John, land grant to, 4. 59. 
Maumlcas, oppose TJ. S., 17. 160. 
Maund, Benjamin, army pay, 17. 233. 
Maund, Wm., canal coms'r, 24. 871. 
Mauney, Christian, bill for town on 
lands of. 12. 565, 579, 582, 590, 591, 
667, 671, 674, 680, 693, 694. 
Mauney, Petty, on Tryon S. C, 10. 247. 



Mauney, Jacob, tory officer, 22. 197. 
Mauney, James, a J. P., 4. 966. 

land grant to, 4. 590, 601. 
Mauney, Valentine, a J. P., 23. 995. 
bill for town on land of, 13. 859, 870, 

957, 963. 
on Tryon S. C, 10. 120, 162. 
signs Tryon Asso., 10. 162-163. 
Mauning, Timothy, army pay, 17. 233. 
Maurepas Lake, 7. 291. 
Maurice, Jacob, treats with Whigs, 22. 

219. 
Mauritius, ports open, 17. 87, 88. 
Mausa (Mausa Mong) Creek, 2. 777. 

811. 
Mavericke, Samuel, to Lord Arlington, 

on C. affairs, 1. 161. 
Mavis, Mary, claim, 9. 487. 
Mawbly, Middleton, Martin on pardon 

for ie. 337-8. 
Mawdle, Esekell, witness, 1. 480. 
Maxfield, Chas., in militia, 22. 451. 
Maxfield, David, petitions for division 

of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
Maxfield, Edward, petitions for divis- 
ion of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
Maxidonee Township, Pa., 8. 748. 
Maxon, Wm., land grant to, 4. 635. 

Maxwell, , forager, 14. 837. 

Maxwell, Mr. 10. 1028. 
leaves Amer. army, 11. 766. 
memorial ment'd, 20. 771. 
Maxwell, Brig. Gen., 12. 458, 462, 466, 
467, 469; 13. 262, 263. 
court martialed, 12. 264. 
in reserve at Germantown, 11. 643, 
779, 784. 
Maxwell, Col., 20. 689. 
Maxwell, Maj., 12. 458. 
Maxwell, Arthur Rainey, land held in 
trust for and conveyed by him to 
Hay, 15. 201. 
Maxwell, Daniel, 24. 458. 

port coms'r, 23. 827. 
Maxwell, David, act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 
land grant to, 19. 572. 
Maxwell,- Francis, receives pay for 
soldiers, 17. 197, 202, 207, 221, 244, 
250, 254, 260. 
Maxwell, George, 22. 695. 
and Franklin affairs, 22. 692, 693. 
consulted, 22. 680. 
in assembly, 20. 120, 121, 132, 138, 
229, 238, 239, 240, 246, 248, 276,285, 
288, 434, 489, 534, 539; 21. 15, 47, 
48, 52, 58, 60, 66, 68, 71, 74, 77, 81, 



MAXWELL, JAMES 



85 



MAYBERRY, BERIAH 



91, 106, 115, 121, 130, 133, 155, 160, 
168, 176, 179, 191. 
officer, 22. 701. 

Sevier to on flag, conv., etc., 22. 715. 
to Martin on Indains and Franklin, 
22. 718-19. 
Maxwell, James, 21. 639. 
Maxwell, James, asks pardon for 
Fruit, 10. 93, 94; for Hunter, 9. 
86-87. 
Maxwell, Jas., in militia, 22. 333. 
Maxwell, Jas., in militia, 22. 396. 
Maxwell, James, petition, 17. 304, 305; 

20. 59. 
Maxwell, John, complains of taxes, 

4. 960. 
Maxwell, Jones, asks for pardon for 

Welborn, 9. 26-27. 
Maxwell, Theophllus, army pay, 17. 

231. 
Maxwell, Thomas, takes land from 

Grouse, 19. 926. 
Maxwell, Wm., a J. P., 4. 275, 347. 
•auditor and surveyor of revenues, 

4. 44. 
clerk of council, 4. 1-5. 
dead, 4. 445. 
deputy auditor, 4. 1131. 
land grant to, 4. 223, 274, 279. 
takes fees, 4. 1126. 
to make out list of patents, etc., 4. 
333. 
Maxwell, Wm., owes state, 21. 1070. 
pensioner, 22. 78. 
taxable, 15. 192. 
voter, 15. 237. 
Maxwell, Wm., to Council of Safety 
asking liberty to take oath, 10. 
825, 826, 833; on release from 
prison, 10. 672-673. 
to be jailed, 10. 631. 
Maxwell's Creek, 24. 348. 

May, , in assembly, 7. 715; on 

com. of assem., 17. 655, 727. 
May, Benj., building coms'r, 23. 969. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 915, 925, 943. 
major of militia, 14. 333. 
on S. C. of Pitt, 9. 1075, 1095, 1240, 
1266, 1281; 10. 14, 61, 99, 295, 494, 
499, 618. 
patroler, 10. 64. 
petitions for Tyson, 16. 580. 
resigns as J. P., 19. 427, 759, 765. 
to bring suit, 10. 618. 
to procure arms, 10. 525. 
May, Benjamin, in militia, 9. 696. 
May, Benjamin, in militia, 10. 99. 



May, Gardner, army rank, 18. 1116. 

May, George, coms'r of Co., 23. 531. 

May, Geo., juror, 25. 189. 

May, James, 10. 499. 

May, James, in militia, 9. 696. 

May, James, petitions for Tyson, 18. 

580-581. 
May, James, Jr., captain, 10. 944, 949. 
May, James, Jr., on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 
37, 61. 
patroler, 10. 63. 
May, John, act for him to collect tax 
arrears, 24. 945-6. 
bill to collect arrears, 20. 276, 459. 
building coms'r, 24. 746. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 5, 26, 27, 30, 32, 

33. 
sheriff, 21. 1077. 
May, John, army pay, 17. 230. 
May, John, army pay, 17. 233. 

army rank, 16. 1122. 
May, John, exempted, 6. 1299. 
May, John, exempted from taxes, 13. 

919. 
May, Jno., in militia, 22. 415. 
May, Jno., in militia, 22. 415. 
May, John, pensioner, 22. 78. 
May, John, rights proved, 4. 765. 
May, Jonas, patroler, 10. 63. 
May, Jos., army rank, 16. 1120. 
May, Ludwick, pensioner, 22. 75. 
May, Major, army rank, 16. 1115. 

in Indian war, 10. 754. 
May, Michl., army rank, 16. 1121. 
May, Peter, suit against, 10. 499. 
May, Pleasant, in assem., 21. 5, 47, 52, 
160, 164, 168, 179, 190, 193, 195, 
66, 68, 74, 77, 109, 121, 130, 154, 
234, 264', 294, 305, 332, 367, 402, 
431. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 36, 46, 49. 
May, Richard, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 38. 
May, Richard, payment to, 22. 448. 
May, Thomas, army pay, 17. 232. 
army rank, 15. 724; 16. 1115. 
in Indian war, 10. 754. 
pensioner, 22. 77. 
May, Thos., in militia, 22. 380. 
May, Wm., owes state, 21. 1071. 
May, Wm., pensioner, 22. 76. 
May family, 8. 734. 
May Island salt, 5. 317. 
May River, ment'd by Sanford, 1. 134. 
proposed settlement on discussed, 4. 

258, 259. 
so-called by French, 2. 421. 
Mayberry, Beriah, in common council. 



MAYBIN 



86 



MOZERETT JOHN 



16. 792, 793. 
Maybin. See Mebane. 
Maybin, Mathew, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Maybry, Philip, army rank, 16. 1122. 
IVlaycock Creek, 23. 99. 
Maycoke, Tlios., settlei-, 1. 76. 
Maye, George, on com. to collect aid 

for Boston, 9. 1081. 
Mayes. See Mays. 
Mayes, Capt., loses sloop, 12. 787. 
Mayes, Wm., pensioner, 22. 75. 
Mayfield, Abe, takes oath, 22. 174. 
Mayfield, Isaac, act for land to, 24. 
630. 
land grant to, 19. 573. 
Mayfield, James, act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 
land grant to, 19. 572. 
Mayfield, John, petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-253. 
Mayhem, act on, 23. 420. 
Eng. act on in force in N. C, 23. 
320, 324. 
Mayhew, John, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Mayhew, Wm., pensioner, 22. 76. 
Maylane (Mayben?), Col., pay to, 22. 

1016. 
Maylon, Mrs., 14. 359. 
Maynard, Capt., dead, 17. 1015. 
Maynard, Lieut., transactions of, 2. 

330. 
Maynard, Geo., in militia, 22. 372. 
Maynard, John, on Va. debtor law, 2. 

279-280. 
Maynard, John, petitions on law of 

debts, 4. 844-845. 
Maynard, Wm., in militia, 22. 372. 
Mayner, Jos., Quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Mayner, Wm., land grant to, 4. 349, 

595, 768. 
Maynor, Henry, army rank, 16. 1122. 
Mayo, Viscount, creation of, 15. 677. 

Mayo, , in conv. 1789, 22. 47, 48. 

Mayo, , law suit, 2. 93. 

Mayo, Mr., makes map of Barbadoes, 
3. 21. 
crosses Dismal Swamp, 2. 752, 755. 
enters land, 2. 789. 
Mayo, Mr., intercedes for Lewellen, 

11. 777. 
Mayo, Amos, in militia, 17. 1057. 
Mayo, Ann, imported, 1. 395. 
Mayo, Edward, attorney, 1. 400, 411, 
415, 421. 
clerk of court, 1. 386, 404. 
delegate of Quakers, 1. 665. 
Imports persons, 1. 395. 



law suit, 1. 450. 
overseer of meeting, 1. 732. 
witness, 1. 418. 
Mayo, Edward, Jr., imported, 1. 395. 
Mayo, Edward, Sr., imported, 1. 395. 
Mayo, Eliz., imported, 1. 395. 
Mayo, Job, army pay, 17. 233. 
Mayo, John, exempted, 7. 948. 
Mayo, Mary, quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Mayo (Mays), Nathan, a J. P., 15. 
693; 23. 994. 
boundary coms'r, 24. 647. 
in assembly, 12. 656, 698, 715, 730, 
736, 816, 873, 879; 13. 625, 690, 697, 
708, 709, 712, 721; 18. 2, 3, 24, 59, 
61, 69, 90, 134, 136, 154, 156, 161, 
171, 185; 19. 376, 379, 489, 611, 
613, 614, 622, 643, 667, 671, 675, 
676, 688, 718, 719, 734, 773, 794, 
805, 808, 816, 821, 824, 827, 832, 
835; 20. 277, 302, 303, 328, 347, 
372, 378, 380, 390, 416, 425, 434, ' 
438, 455, 462, 473; 21. 213, 250, 310, 
581, 598, 611, 650, 671, 680, 694, 
696, 697, 726; on com. of assem., 
12. 554, 660; 13. 597, 699, 705, 729; 
18. 8, 15, 64, 237, 245. 
in conv. 1788, 22. 2, 6, 25, 28, 29. 
In Conv. 1789, 22. 37. 
It. col., 20. 272, 460. 
petitions, 22. 929. 
Mayo, Richard, petitions on outlaws, 

11. 731-732. 
Mayo, Sarah, imported, 1. 395. 
Mayo, Thomas, 14. 292. 
Mayo Baptist Asso'n, history, 5. 1185, 

1189. 
Mayo River, 2. 795; 4. xxi. 
act for mill dam on, 25. 110. 
bill for dam on, 21. 798, 805, 836, 965, 
966, 978, 988, 1009, 1010. 
Mays. See Mayes. 
Mays, Mr., 13. 95. 
Mays, Benj., pensioner, 22. 76. 
Mays, Edward, to report on lands, 2. 

484. 
Mays, Shadrach, army pay, 17. 230. 

army rank, 16. 1117. 
May's Hill, 14. 529. 
Mayson. See Mason. 
Mayson, Maj., 11. 340. 
Mayland, Col., 12. 517. 
Marerett (Mazarett), John, clothing 
to for troops, 14. 714, 715, 716. 
com. on til. stores, 14. 379. 
on council of war, 14. 719. 
reports on arms, 15. 79 ; on clothing, 
14. 714-716. 



MAZYCK, MR. 



87 



MEARLr, SAMUEL 



shoes to, 14. 441; loaned to troops 

of, 14. 738. 
supplies to, 14. 727, 756. 
to Armstrong on army affairs, 12. 

520-521. 
to Gates on clothing, etc., 14. 724. 
Mazyck, Mr., introduces bill in S. C. 

to suppress negro insurrections, 

11. 47. 

Meachem, Henry, elected marshal, 12. 

602, 608, 715, 718. 
Meacon. See Macon, Mecon. 
Meacon, Jas., army rank, 16. 1110. 
Meacon, John, lieut, 10. 626. 
Meacon, Wm., army rank, 16. 1110. 
Meacon's Landing, tobacco inspection 

at. 23. 641, 792. 
Mead, Col., position of regt. in army, 

12. 509. 

Mead, Amos, 9. 1232. 
Mead, Andrew, 2. 753, 805. 
Mead, Dav., land grant to, 4. 344. 
Me^d, John, land grant to, 4. 885. 
Mead, Jno. D., in militia, 22. 309. 
Meade, Col., 14. 266. 
reports on movements of British, 1 1 . 

542. 
Meade (Mead), Lt. Col., field officer, 

12. 503, 531. 
in command, 12. 518. 
pres. court martial, 12. 501. 
Meade, MaJ., 14. 286. 
Meade, David, witness, 6. 573. 
Meade, Maj. E., 14. 37. 
to Caswell on battle of Briar Creek, 

14. 38-39. 
Meade, John, petition, 1. 585. 
Meades. See Meads, Meeds. 
Meades, John, appraiser, 2. 80. 
Meades, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Meade's Heights, Br. at, 15. 536. 
Meadow, Jason, regulator, 7. 808; 8. 

79. 
Meadow, Jason, Jr., regulator, 8. 79. 
Meadow, John, asks pardon for Hunt- 
er, 9. 86-87. 
Meadow Mountain, 5. 11. 
Meadows. See Meders, Medows. 
Meadows, Abraham, army pay, 17. 

230. 
in army, 15. 721. 
Meadows, Ann, petition, 21. 358, 402, 

678, 687. 
Meadows, Jas., in militia, 22. 379. 
Meadows, James, takes oath, 22. 168. 
Meadows, Jesse, takes oath, 22. 179. 
Meadows, John, takes oath, 22. 168. 
Meadows, Sir Phil., at Board of Trade 



meeting, 1. 557-558, 630-633; 2. 50- 
51. 
instructs to send no prisoners to 

Eng. without evidence, 1. 868. 
on atty's gen. for colonies, 1. 463- 

464. 
on boundary dispute, 1. 525-526, 703- 

704, 716-717. 
on Cary Rebellion, 1. 805. 
on division of C, 1. 772-773. 
on pirates, 1. 475-476. 
on proprietary colonies, 1. 535-537, 

538, 539-540. 
on temporary laws in the colonies, 
2. 142-143. 
Meadows, Wm., in militia, 22. 375. 
Meadows, Wm., petitions for division 

of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
Meadows, The, French and Indians at, 

5. 430. 
Meads. See Meades, Meeds. 
Meads, Ben, in militia, 22. 350. 
Meads, Jno., in militia, 22. 350. 
Meads, Thomas, juror, 4. 519. 
Meads, Tim, in militia, 22. 351. 
Meads, Timothy, juror, 4. 519. 
Meads, Timothy, signs Quaker petition, 

1. 252. 
Meal, act to forbid exportation, 25. 
255-6. 
to be sold by weight, 23. 918. 
Mean and small causes, acton trial of, 

23. 116, 175-7, 336. 
Means, Hugh, claims proved, 8. 517. 
Means, James, returns on clothing to 

be made to, 14. 67-68. 
Means, Samuel, claim, 9. 488. 
Means, Samuel, petitions for extension 

of power of J. P.'s, 7. 874-875. 
Means, Wm., claim allowed, 5. 979. 
Means, Wm., exempted, 7. 625. 
Meanymsicah, signs Indian treaty, 18. 

515. 
Meares. See Mears. 
Meares, Benj., in militia, 22. 421. 
Meares (Mears), George, a J. P., 4. 
1039; 6. 335; dropped, 6. 340. 
building coms'r, 25. 246, 270, 271. 
memorial in favor of Smith, 6. 58-60. 
vestryman, 23. 343. 
Meares, Miss Jane, 16. 264. 
asks permission to go to Ireland, 16. 
570-571. 
Mearle, Ellinor, convicted of fornica- 
tion and adultry, 1. 626. 
swears to paternity of child, 1. 627. 
Mearly, Samuel, petition, 21. 53. 



MEARNS, WILLIAM 



MEBANE, ALEXANDER 



Mearns, Wm., land grant to, 4. 703, 
766. 

Mears. See Meares. 

Mears, Geo., in militia, 22. 307. 

Mears, Jas., in militia, 22. 330. 

Mears, John, petition on separation, 
22. 705-10. 

Mears, Robert, land grant to, 4. 1250. 

Mears, Wm., a J. P., 17. 422. 
building coms'r, 24. 704. 
in assembly, 21. 13, 20, 47, 52, 128, 

133, 155, 160, 191. 
receipts for service, 22. 475. 

Mearsam, , honest and minute, 

14. 630. 

Measam, George, to Gates on move- 
ments of Br., etc., 14. 634-635. 

Mease, , transports goods to N. 

C, 10. 851. 

Mease, Mr., to supply prisoners, 10. 
890. 

Mease, James, clothier general, 22. 
1012. 
to Caswell on agent for clothing, 
11. 688-689. 

Mease and Caldwell, deliver clothing, 
22. 1010-11. 

Measel. See Meazel. 

Measel (Measley), Luke, Indian com- 
missioner, 2. 458. 

Measle, Jno., quit rents of, 22. 256. 

Measles, John, juror, 4. 517. 

Measles, Moses, in militia, 22. 355. 

Measles, Tim, in militia, 22. 355. 

Measley, Josiah, in Davidson's Co., 
14. 294. 

Measures and weights, act on, 23. 53- 
4, 178-180, 336; 25. 160. 
bill to regulate, 19. 758; 21. 271. 
stamp for, 1. 570. 

standard, rec'd, 1. 588-569; deliver- 
ed to new keeper, 2. 12; to be 
kept by Crisp, 2. 151; to be adopt- 
ed, 1. 558, 559. 

Meazel. See Measel. 

Meazel, Wm., juror, 25. 188. 

Meazericke, Nathanyell, settler, 1. 76. 

Measles, Luke, services of, 1. 597. 

Mebam, Wm., bill for gun, 22. 478. 

Mebane. See Maybin, Maylane. 

Mebane, Mr., 1G. 602. 

Mebane, Capt;, escorts prisoner, 22. 
98. 
to raise men against regulators, 7. 

707. 
to treat with regulators, 7. 710. 

Mebane, Capt., in Orange, 22. 1047. 



militia to rendezvous at house of, 
7. 710. 

wishes on officers for recruiting, 
11. 579. 
Mebane (Mybain, Mebin), Alexander, 
21. 742. 

a J. P., 23. 995. 

allowance to, 19. 411, 734. 

asks pardon for Fruit, 0. 93-94. 

Board of War to on provisions, 14. 
386-387, 389. 

brig, gen., 21. 327, 328, 330, 665, 
666. 

chm. com. of whole, 21. 51. 

col. of militia, 20. 579, 580; 21. 154, 
160, 361. 

coms'r on building, 24. 461; on 
accts. of, 19. 196, 323, 324. 

dlst. auditor, 24. 537, 686. 

in assembly, 19. 234, 235, 236, 263, 
280, 282, 295, 299, 324, 334, 354, 
359, 406, 718, 719, 730, 749, 773, 
789, 794, 804, 808, 822, 824, 827, 
835; 20. 120, 121, 122, 124, 125, 
130, 134, 137, 147, 155, 157, 159, 
162, 167, 172, 179, 193, 203, 205, 
212, 224, 229, 233, 235, 238, 239, 
240, 246, 248, 276, 279, 287, 288, 
306, 308, 312, 313, 318, 331, 340, 
351, 356, 373, 387, 434, 466, 479, 
482, 500, 507, 534, 541, 568, 571, 
592, 597; 21. 2, 4, 7, 8, 10, 21, 35, 
40, 46, 47, 52, 53, 54, 66, 68, 74, 
77, 83, 91, 92, 93, 108, 109, 115, 121, 
123, 125, 127, 129, 130, 139, 154, 
160, 168, 179, 189, 194, 196, 198, 
199, 204, 207, 209, 216, 220, 221, 
224, 226, 234, 236, 241, 242, 243, 
244, 248, 252, 267, 268, 274, 278, 
279, 285, 288, 294, 300, 303, 305, 
309, 311, 316, 321, 328, 332, 334, 
344, 345, 346, 347, 354, 360, 366, 
367, 372, 379, 382, 390, 391, 402, 
411, 425, 432, 434, 578, 584, 587, 
596, 597, 623, 624, 634, 648, 650, 
653, 659, 675, 734, 737, 738, 740, 
784, 797, 816, 844, 872, 873, 876, 
882, 883, 885, 886, 892, 912, 917, 
919, 920, 927, 929, 930, 931, 937, 
941, 943, 944, 946, 956, 958, 962, 
965, 970, 974, 980, 983, 986, 996, 
999, 1003, 1004, 1006, 1012, 1013, 
1015, 1018, 1021, 1024, 1031, 1032, 
1050, 1051, 1055. 

In Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 6, 7, 12, 13, 26, 
29, 30, 32. 

in Conv. 1789, 22. 38, 39, 46, 48, 49. 



MEBANE, ALEXANDER, SR. 89 MECKLENBURG COUNTY 



in Prov. Cong., 10. 970, 971. 
juror, 7. 842. 

money and shoes to, 14. 433. 
on com. of assembly, 18. 29, 143. 
on com. to destroy paper money, 

20. 107. 

Penn to on provisions, 14. 639. 

petitions, 19. 932. 

report as coms'r to burn currency, 

21. 224, 230, 234, 368, 382; on cer- 
tificates, 21. 352, 356, 365, 368, 
372, 382. 

resolve in favor of, 19. 230. 

sheriff, 11. 526. 

to cancel" certificates, 20. 282. 

to procure provisions, 14. 640. 

to receive warrants, etc., 21.. 131. 

to sell land, 21. 684. 

trustee Univ., 25. 22. 
Mebane (Mabane, Maybeen, Meban, 
Mebin), Alexander, Sr., 8. 580. 

a J. P., 4. 1243; 5. 813; 23. 995. 

asks pardon for Fruit, 9. 93-94. 

"bill for service, 22. 475. 

claim allowed, 5. 979. 

coms'r on location of court, 25. 272. 

petitions for extension of power of 
J. P.'s, 7. 874-875. 

recommended for It. col., 22. 336. 

reports on militia of Orange Co., 
5. 365. 

sheriff and vestryman, 23. 384. 

resigns as J. P., 21. 243, 249, 605. 
Mebane, Andrew, asks pardon for 

Fruit, 9. 93-94. 
Mebane, James, 16. 586. 

account of, 19. 555, 558, 629, 637. 

asks pardon for Fruit, 9. 93-94. 

building coms'r, 24. 693. 

execution stayed, 21. 799, 964, 966. 

money from, 21. 1066. 

nom. for coms'r confiscated prop- 
erty, 21. 386, 703. 

petitions, 19. 932; 21. 221, 232, 291, 
297, 595, 642. 
Mebane, John, lieut. col., 11. 830. 
(This should be Robert.) 

in assem., 21. 734, 871, 873, 876, 880, 
892, 927, 930, 931, 937, 941, 943, 
944, 946, 965, 980, 983, 999, 1003, 
1012, 1013, 1015, 1021, 1031, 1032, 
1055. 

nom. for major, 21. 327, 665. 

pensioner, 22. 76. 
Mebane, Robt., 14. 182; 15. 316; 22. 
Ill, 114. 

army rank, 13. 476; 16. 1113. 



asks pardon for Fruit, 9. 93-95. 

brings N. C. brigade back to State 
and goes to Charleston, 14. vii- 
viii. 

captured at Charleston, 14. xi, 817. 

court martial presided over by dis- 
solved, 12. 505. 

field officer, 12. 504, 514. 

instructed to form new regiment, 

14. 70-71. 
killed, 16. 603. 

lieut. col., 10. 941; 11. 830. (Here 
printed John.) 

movements, 22. 206, 207. 

on rear guard, 12. 497. 

pres. of court martial, 12. 501. 

re-enlistments in company of, 15. 
749. 

roll of company of, 15. 724-725. 

resorts to impressment for provis- 
ions, 22. 1048. 

to Burke on movement of troops, 

15. 612. 

to Caswell on his health and con- 
dition of troops, 14. 136; on re- 
cruits, desertions, etc., 11. 521- 
522; on troops and dissatisfaction 
of officers, 14. 80-81. 
to parade, 12. 530. 
to take troops to South to recruit, 
etc., 14. 292-293. 
Mebane, Wm., 5. 1205. 
in assem., 19. 1, 2, 9, 79, 82, 89, 97, 

98, 115, 116, 162, 205. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 6, 12, 13, 26, 

27, 30, 35. 
protests against regulators, 9. 273- 
274. 
Mebane (Meben), Wm., asks pardon 

for Hunter, 9. 86-7. 
Mecan, Maj., dies, 15. 274. 
Mechanics, few, 5. 2. 

in office, 1. 687. 
Meek, Jno., army rank, 16. 1121. 
Mecklenburg. Co., 5. xxxiii, 1226; 6. 
775, 798, 1011, 1084, 1085, 1127, 
1266; 7. 6, 31, 32, 241, 451, 452, 
477, 521, 821, 825, 829, 841, 880, 
938, 939, 994; 8. v, xvi, 141, 518, 
698, 711, 730, 735, 741; 9. 46, 57, 
284, 298, 302, 365, 369, 593, 786, 
811, 859, 921, 924, 1282; 10. x, 
xxxii, xxxiii, 1, 8, 66, 106, 107, 144, 
183, 525, 550, 586, 674, 676, 753, 
792, 797, 827, 999, 1002; 11. 606, 
618, 619, 758, 823; 12. 117, 451; 
13. 734c7; 14. 262, 288, 379, 458, 



MECKLENBURG COUNTY 90 MECKLENBURG COUNTY 



478, 490, 615, 683, 777; 15. 20, 178, 
179, 691; 17. SOS, 657, 684, 685, 
711, 763, 824, 908, 947, 969, 1040; 
18. 84, 119, 124, 148, 218, 353, 370, 
497; 19. 229, 899, 902, 956, 957, 
958, 963, 964, 973, 975, 980, 984, 
985, 988, 989, 991, 996; 20. 22, 399, 
eiO; 21. 156, 362; 22. 110. 115, 
116, 118, 119, 121, 122, 125, 126, 
129, 134, 152, 302, 743, 843, 853, 
871, 930; 23. 618, 621, 691, 705, 
724, 750, 751, -803, 825, 855, 874, 
904, 912, 946, 991; 24. 30, 31, 178, 
232, 251, 267, 374, 536, 690, 980; 
25. 494. 
act for court, 24. 36-9, 50-64, 161; 
for elections in, 24. 80; for sep- 
arate elections for assem., 24. 
948; for tax for pub. building, 24. 
149, 523, 692-4, 844, 943-4; 25. 12; 
on boundary, 23. 841-2, 964; on 
bridges and ferries, 23. 785-6; on 
Dobbs tract, 24. 213, 224-5, 425; 
on jurors, 24. 82-4, 273-5, 452; on 
mill dams, 24. 743; on roads, 

23. 851-2, 870-1, 908-9, 920; on 
road through to Wilmington, 23. 
753-4; on strays, 23. 777-9, 972; 
to change time of co. ct., 24. 688- 
9, 873-8; to destroy vermin in, 23. 
784-5, 914; wild animals, 24. 749- 
50, 826, 958; 25. 510-4, 516-17, 
826; to divide, 23. 769-72; militia, 

24. 292, 711, 716, 819; to establish 
town in, 2.3. 772-3; to extend time 
of settlement of sheriffs, 25. 520- 
1; to fix C. H., 23. 966-7; to found 
Queen's College, 8. 486-490; 23. 
787, 857; 25. 519rf-519/, 520; 
to amend Queen's College act dis- 
allowed, 9. 596, 597, 665; to in- 
corporate Centre Benevolent So- 
ciety, 25. 29-30; to move public 
buildings from Charlotte, 24. 701- 
2, 948. 

aids S. C, 10. 408. 

ammunition of Waddell blown up in, 
9. 618. 

amount thrown into S. C, 9. 369. 

and Cherokee boundary, 7. 220, 245. 

and grants on S. C. line, 8. 562. 

Baptists in, 5. 1187. 

bill for C. H. in, 9. 396, 400, 
401, 443, 446, 493, 497, 500, 503, 
505, 508, 509, 584, 586, 662, 729, 
783, 784, 847, 851, 858, 862, 905, 
908, 909, 911, 919, 920, 928, 1012; 
for fines, 20. 170; for road from. 



7. 354, 359, 399-400, 596, 597, 600, 
604, 606-7, 623, 626, 630, 635, 637, 
641, 645, 668, 695-696; for road 
through, 9. 115, 118, 120, 135, 170, 
175, 180, 182, 186, 187, 221, 257, 
402, 411, 444, 511, 518, 519, 523, 
526, 584, 657; !or town In, 7. 311, 
378, 380, 600, 603, 611, 635, 637, 
639, 642, 649, 895, 897, 898, 900; 
921, 929, 930, 937, 939, 942, 949; 
on electing members of assembly, 
20. 135, 140, 150, 153, 207, 413; on 
pub. buildings, 20. 150, 153, 159, 
171, 187, 195, 206, 207, 333, 346, 
368, 413; on strays, 8. 100, 325; 9. 
842, 848, 852, 861, 894, 895, 907, 
91Q, 913, 914, 928, 1014; to alter 
boundary, 9. 729, 783. 839, 842. 
847, 851, 861, 886, 890, 895, 896, 
905, 907, 908, 910, 927, 1012; to 
alter time of courts, 18. 62, 115, 
182, 295, 327, 344, 391; to alter 
elections in, 19. 446, 459; to 
amend act to establish town in, 
12. 600, 608, 613, 617, 620, 653, 
704, 718, 731-732, 736; to amend 
act for road through, 9. 417, 419, 
429, 432, 532, 537, 551, 552, 556, 
659; to amend charter of Queen's 
College, 9. 113, 116, 118, 134, 163, 
167, 171, 175, 180, 183, 221, 254; to 
ascertain boundary, etc., 8. 361, 
364, 376, 384, 422-423, 425, 427, 431, 
433, 458, 478; to change C. H., 

19. 561, 676, 683; to change C. H. 
and for pub. buildings, 19.446,459, 
478-479, 745, 781, 788, 805, 822; to 
divide, 8. 972; 7. 563, 590, 599, 
600, 635, 895, 897, 898, 900, 921, 
929, 932, 937, 940, 949, 978; 20. 
557; 21. 72, 114, 117, 127, 236-237, 
239, 321, 359-360, 601, 603, 655; to 
divide militia of, 13. 884, 887, 
891, 972, 978, 980; to erect Queen's 
College in, 8. 348, 350, 353, 391, 
398, 400, 404, 409, 429, 526; to in- 
corporate Liberty Hall Academy, 
12, 35, 41, 49, 86, 88, 113; to make 
land entries in, 13. 566, 578, 583, 
598, 668, 681, 699, 703; to make 
road to, 6. 1169, 1170; to settle 
mill dams, 17. 361, 366, 403, 406; 

20. 75, 101. 

Board of Trade on Queen's College 

act, 9. 248, 249, 250. 
British in, 14. 397, 398, 404, 405, 

407, 410, 423, 425, 481. 
census of settlers on Selwyn tract 



MECKLENBURG COUNTY 91 MECKLENBURG COUNTY 



to be taken, 7. 278; of 1790, 26. 

737-772. 
clothing for troops due from, 12. 

639, 747. 
complains of act to open land office, 

12. 672. 
condition, 15. 369-370. 

court days, 23. 703, 704, 874, 885, 
932, 946, 990. 

debts due to, 8. 280-281. 

declares independence, 9. 1264. 

distress caused by ravages of ar- 
mies, 14. 445. 

drafts from, 14. 874. 

dues from sheriffs, 9. 574. 

duty on liquors brought into for 
Queen's College, 8. 490. 

extortions in, 7. xvi. 

firmness of, 15. 171. 

German Reformed Churches in, 8. 
747, 748. 

Germans in, 8. 630; loyal, 10. 231. 

Hay claims land in, 15. 202. 

in need of salt, 14. 456. 

in Salisbury dist., 15. 377. 

instructions for delegates of propos- 
ed for the country, 10. 239-242; to 
delegates to Prov. Cong., 10. 870a- 
870/. 

J. P.'s in, 6. 799, 1086; 9. 75; 23. 
994. 

jurors for, 10. 2; 22. 502. 

land holders of to vote, 23. 987. 

land grant in, 9. 1136. 

lands to immigrants in, 7. 543-544. 

loyalists in, 10. 441. 

Lutherans in, 8. 760, 762, 763, 764, 
779, 781. 

map of, 7. 861. 

members. of assembly, 6. 1151; 7. 
284, 343; 8. 106, 303; 9. 448, 734, 
763, 765, 1188; 12. 2, 3, 549, 656; 

13. 546, 736, 785, 836, 919; 16. 2, 
33; 17. 265, 282, 795, 878; 18. 2, 
27, 227; 19. 1, 4, 129, 151, 234, 400, 
408, 508, 511, 718, 733; 20. 2, 10, 
120, 302, 476; 21. 2, 194, 585, 730, 
872. 

members in Conv. 1788 and 1789, 

22. 28, 27. 
members in Prov. Cong., 0. xxxi, 

1042, 1179; 10. 165, 500, 914, 916, 

919. 
memorial from, 16. 128, 129, 131; 

19. 88. 
militia from, 22. 584; accompanies 

Tryon, 7. xiii; called out against 

regulators, 7. 718, 722, 740, 741, 



821, 824, 825, 826, 827, 828, 829, 
830, 832, 834, 836, 837, 859, 888, 
889; 8. 535, 593, 603, 607, 649, 673, 
674, 697, 698, 700; 22. 871, 873, 
874, 875; holds fords, 17. 997; 
much on duty, 15. 151; on Chero- 
kee boundary expedition, 7. 991, 
992, 993, 994, 995, 996, 1002, 1008; 
paid, 10. 571; returns of, 22. 395- 
9, 437, 438. 

note on act to divide, 8. 5. 

officers, 9. 298; 14. 264. 

organization of troops, 10. 206, 207, 
531. 

organized, 10. xx:x; 23. 589-92. 

owes state, 21. 1068, 1075. 

parishes in, 7. 541. 

petition from, 19. 562, 563-564; 20. 
319, 321; on Fed. Conv., 21. 31, 
51; on lands, 9. 790; 21. 740, 776, 
777, 886, 887, 952; on Dobbs's 
lands, 8. 160; for repeal of mar- 
riage and vestry acts, 10. 1015- 
1017; for seminary, 9. 462; from 
settlers on Dobbs's patent on 
rents, 9. 46-47; on sheriff, 20. 22, 
24. 

poll tax for, 23. 866. 

Presbyterians in, 5. 1193, 1194, 1220- 
1228; 7. 541. 

quit rents from, 9. 608. 

regulators in, 7. 715, 864, 865; 8. 
644, 649. 

religious feeling in, 77. 252-253, 260. 

remonstrance of on confiscation act, 
14. 345-347. 

report on settlers on McCuUoh 
grants in, 7. 275, 276-277. 

representation from, 17. 294. 

resources, 22. 777. 

riots in over Selywn lands, 7. 18, 
23-24, 32-34, 37-38. 

Rowan S. C. to S. C. of, 10. 11. 

S. C. proceedings, 10. 186. 

salt furnished to, 14. 440, 441, 444, 
459, 470. 

schools in, 8. 749; needed, 6. 1041. 

settle, 5. 1225. 

sheriffs, 8. 388. 

specific tax to be collected, 20. 104- 
105. 

Suther preaches in, 8. 739. 

tax in, 19. 706. 

taxables in, 7. 145, 284, 289, 539, 
541. 

time for inferior court in, 7. 609, 
647. 



MECKLENBURG CO., VA. 



92 



MEDICINE 



to remain in Salisbury Dist, 24. 

451. 
Tories should be set free, 14. 448. 
troops from join Davie, 14. 780; en- 
list in S. C, 22. 731; to be raised 
in, 13. 411; 14. 28; 24. 154. 
troubles on frontiers of, 6. 1025. . 
Tryon Co. cut out of, 8. 10. 
Waddell's powder destroyed in, 8. 

622-623. 
wagon report wanted, 14. 393. 
Mecklenburg Co., Va., 14. 576, 614, 
660; 22. 154. 
British in, 15. 553. 
Burke to on movements of British, 

15. 549. 
ready to send troops to N. C, 11. 
274, 275. 
Mecklenburg C. H., 22. 134. 
act for road from, 23. 870. 
location changed, 23. 770. 
Mecklenburg Declaration of Independ- 
ence 4. xxii; 5. xxxix, 1194, 1224; 
8. V, 740; 9. 1263-5; 10. iii, vt, x, 
xxxvii, 38, 106, 107, 144, 231, 447; 
19. 964; 22. 118, 126. 
Johnson on, 15. 178. 
Martin on, 10. 38-39, 48. 
prepared, 0. xxxvi. 
resolves, 9. 1282-1285. 
Mecklenburg District, recruiting offi- 
cer for, 22. 928. 
Mecklenburg Scliool, 13. 374, 382. 
Mecklenburgs, 16. 922. 
Mecon. See Macon. 
Mecon, Joiin, lieut., 10. 944. 
Mecoy, Mr., 12. 460. 
Mecoy, Wm., in militia, 22. 324. 
Mecoy, Willis, in militia, 22. 324. 
Medals, to Indians, 7. 209. 
Medaris, Masy C, pensioner, 22. 76 
Medcalf. See Metcalf. 
Medcalf, Charles, 24. 466. 

sells lands to Moravians, 5. 1155)i. 
Medea, the, to sail to Cape Fear, 17. 

1013. 
Medearis (Madera, Madireis, Medireis, 
Medana), Capt., 14. 339. 
and recruiting service, 15. 403. 
left out on rearrangement, 16. 578. 
money for troops put into hands of, 

15. 745-746. 
orders to, 15. 443. 
permission to ship tobacco refused, 

15. 576. 
roster of company, 16. 1024, 1122, 
1131, 1151. 



See also Madaris, Madeiras, John. 
Medearis, John, 14. 656. 
Medearis (Medires), Jno., army rank, 
16. 1110. 
staff officers, 15. 450. 
rank settled, 15. 700. 
to Sumner on movement of troops, 
16. 961. 
Meders. See Meadows. 
Meders, James, asks relief from 

church tax, 9. 95-96. 
Meders, Tobe, in militia, 22. 265. 
Medford, James, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Medici (Madacy), Cosmo de, 11. 634; 
14. 16. 
action of Board of War on troop 
of horse raised by, 13. 496-498, 
499. 
appointed captain, 11. 367, 370-371. 
brings loan certificates to N. C, 13. 

58-59; delivers them, 13. 72. 
dissatisfaction with, 13. 201-2. 
employed to buy horses, 13. xiv. 
furnishes list of prisoners, 11. 483. 
lieut, 10. 519. 
light horse of to be furnished, 11. 

747-748, 
money for not to be had, 13. 453. 
ordered north with company, 11. 67, 

72. 
payment to, 13. 352. 
petition, 21. 247, 249, 284, 292, 293, 
298, 322, 363, 395, 434, 609, 638, 
645, 704. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 195, 

220, 239, 
recruits, 13. 167-168, 174. 
reports on Caswell at Brandywine, 

15. 706. 
resigns, 14. 111. 
Sumner on work of, 13. 190. 
to be court martialed, 1 1 . 409. 
to be ordered to headquarters, 13. 

194. 
to Bland on clothing for troops, 13. 

459. 
to Caswell on battle of Germantown, 
etc., 11. 661; on prisoners and 
answer, 11. 680, 483; on recruit- 
ing, 16. 179; on recruits and Ga. 
affairs, and answer, 13. 68-69, 73. 
Medicinal Springs, 'oill to make public 
property, 12. 794-795, 800-801, 855, 
867. 
Medicine, advertised, 13. 373. 
bill to encourage physicians and sur- 
geons, 21. 322, 643; to regulate 



MEDICINES 



93 



MEEKS, WILLIAM 



practice, 21. 225, 235, 260, 261, 
596, 625. 839, 1012, 1019, 1023. 
for tropps, 14. 452. 
in army, Fallon on, 14. 49-50. 
to be impressed, 14. 436. 
trouble over, 15. C98. 
Williams on, 14. 291-292. 
Medicines, imported, 22. 917. 
purchase of provided by William- 
son, 15. 643. 
sent to N. C, 22. 968, 970. 
IVIedison, Jtfhn, in militia, 22. 165. 
IVIedison, Paton, in militia, 22. 164. 
iVIediterranean Sea, 8. 272; 16. 897; 
18. 526, 629. 
commerce of importance to U. S., 

17. 178. 

French fleet defeated in, 5. 609. 
trade with discussed, 6. 1033. 
IVIediey, Bryant, pensioner, 22. 78. 
iVIedlin. See Maudlin, Modlin. 
IVIedlin, Aaron, army pay, 17. 234. 
Medlin, Elisha, army pay, 17. 231. 
IVIedlin, Joseph, drafted Quaker, IS. 

275. 
IVIedlin, Jos., in militia, 22. 372 . 
IVIedlin (Medlen), Shadrack, army 
rank, 16. 1110. 
army rank, 16. 1120. 
enlistment of examined, 11. 811. 
pensioner, 22. 75. 
Medlock, Charles, a J. P., 23. 992; 
dropped, 10. 128. 
act to extend time of settlement as 

sheriff, 25. 520-1. 
allowance to, 22. 856. 
Caswell to on troubles with troops, 

13. 150-151. 
colonel, 10. 530. 
committee to re-examine accounts 

of, 10. 979, 983-984. 
county commissioner, 24. 151. 
dues from as sheriff, 9. 573. 
holds court in Anson against wishes 
of the regulators, 7. 723, 724, 725, 
728. 
in Assembly, 13. 784, 786, 812, 813, 
823, 913, 925, 965, 966, 1000; 17. 
635, 705, 900, 947, 948, 953, 963; 

18. 2, 3, 24, 34, 59, 61, 69, 90, 154, 
156, 160, 185; 19. 1, 2, 3, 48, 130, 
380, 386, 392, 39T. 

jails suspects, 14. 287. 

juror, 22. 501, 502, 503, 505, 507, 508, 

510. 
lieut. colonel and colonel, 10. 205, 

530. 



on com. of Assem., 13. 761, 787, 819, 

831, 915, 916; 16. 21; 17. 639, 

644, 723, 728, 845, 854, 936; 18. 9, 

69, 70, 80, 81, 241, 308. 

on com. of cor. of Anson, 9. 1033. 

oppresses Anson people, 7. 807, 808. 

petition, 18. 812, 815; referred to 

com., 13. 750, 773, 774, 803, 805. 
presides at court, 8. 255. 
report on memorial of, 17. 708, 709, 

714, 791. 
road coms'r, 23. 754. 
surety, 7. 114. 

to Caswell on register for Anson Co., 
11. 440; on Tories in Anson, 11. 
655. 
to Council of Safety on danger from 
Tories, 10. 669-670. 
Medlock, Geo., tax collector, 19. 707. 
Medlock, Hescoat, exempted, 9. 461. 
Medlock, Israel, appointment as regis- 
ter asked, 1 1 . 440. 
Medlock, John, pay to, 22. 487. 
Medlock, Nathl., army rank, 16. 1119. 
Medlock, Nicholas, pay to, 22. 488. 
Medlock, Samuel, pay to, 22. 487. 
Medoell, Jno., in militia, 22. 265. 
Medows. See Meadows, Meders. 
Medows, Abm., army rank, 16. 1110. 
Medum, Jno., army rank, 16. 1110. 
Meech, Capt., siezes vessel, 1. 468. 
Meedcalfe, Francis, court martialed, 

15. 736. 
Meeds. See Meades, Meads. 
Meeds, Timothy, in militia, 17. 1055. 

Meek, , 17. 158. 

Meek, Mr., 20. 681. 
Meek, Mrs., 16. 947. 950. 
Meek, Geo., prosecuted for treason, 16. 
168, 174; 19. 88, 121. 
treasonable correspondence of con- 
sidered, 16. 128, 129, 131. 
Meek, Jacob, petition on separation, 

22. 705-10. 
Meekie, Jno., in militia, 22. 378. 
Meeking's Landing, inspection at, 25. 

313, 379. 
Meekins, Isaac, a J. P., 23. 994. 
Meekins, Jacob, in inilitia, 22. 497. 
Meekins, William, in militia, 22. 496. 
Meeks, David, bad man, 21. 752. 
Meeks, George, discharged from Prov. 

Cong., 10. 521. 
Meeks, Robt. army rank, 13. 516; 16. 

1112. 
Meeks, Sovereign, bad man, 21. 752. 
Meeks, Wm., army pay, 17. 233. 



MEETING HOUSE 



94 



MEHEKRIN RIVER 



in army, 13. 516. 
Meeting House, to be built by Quak- 
ers, 1. 596, 656. 
Meeting of Proprietors,. 1. 33-34. 
Meezle, Jofin, land grant to, 4. 767. 
Meg, Col., 12. 514. 

Megeliee, Benj., Jr., in militia, 22.162 
Megehee, Benj., Sr., in militia 22. 162. 
Megehee, Charles, in militia, 22. 162. 
Megehee, John, in militia, 22. 161. 
Megehee, Joseph, in militia, 22. 162. 
Megehee, Nathan, m militia, 22. 162. 
Meggs, Col., and battle of Stony 

Point, 14. 328. 
Meggs, Jas., army rank, 16. 1118. 
Megias, Pablo, prisoner, 22. 268. 
Meginsafe, David, on regulation of 

Cross Creek, 1 5. 209-211. 
Meglamre, John, Baptist minister, 5. 

1176. 
Megoon, Geo., payment to, 22. 420. 
Megratt, Richard, witness, 5. 568. 
Megue, Lawrence, appraiser, 1. 652. 
juror, 1. 608, 621. 
road overseer, 1. 613. 
Meguire, Samuel, petitions on county 

bounds, 9. 633-035. 
Mehaffy, John, army pay, 17. 229. 
Mehallm, Wm., petition on separation, 

22. 705-14. 
Meherrin (Menherring), 2. 475; 10. 
416; 22. 273. 
stores at, 15. 470, 521. 
Meherrin (Meherring) Creek, 2. 204; 

4. 351; 23. 205. 
Meherrin Ferry, 2. 748. 
Meherrin Indian Town, 1. 661. 

depositions at, 1. 740. 
Meherrin (Maherin, Maherine, Mech- 
arens, Mehorin) Indians, 5. 321; 
22. 735. 
aid Va., 5. 839, 858, 861, 864. 
act to settle bounds, 23. 112, 335; 

25. 211. 
and Va. boundary, 1. 743, 752. 
attacked by N. C, 1. 667-668, 670- 

671. 
bill on intrusion on lands of, 4. 820, 

822, 827. 
boundaries surveyed, 2. 644-645. 
bounds to be settled, 3. 175. 
claim lands of settlers, 4. 615, 616- 

617. 
complain of encroachments, 5. 995. 
condition, 5. 1. 

deliver a murderer, 2. 640, 664. 
depredations, 1. 570. 



educate their boys, 1. 817. 
encroachments on lands of, 2. 499- 

500, 526-527, 657-660, 669. 
few, 22. 274. 
insplence and encroachments of, 

1. 751-752, 754-755, 893-894; 2. 643- 

644. 
history of, 2. 643-644. 
lands to be laid out, 1. 615. 
not to be trusted, 1. 884. 
numbers, 3. 153; 5. xli. 
petition against encroachments, 2. 

639, 642-644. 
Pollock to Spotswood on allegience 

of, 2. 73-74; to treat with, 2. 56- 

57. 
reduced in numbers, 0. 989. 
release prisoner, 1. 893. 
report on, 5. 163; 6. 616; 22. 313. 
survey puts them in N. C, 3. 89. 
take children of Tuscaroras prison- 
ers, 2. 117. 
take prisoners, 1. 891. 
, treaty with, 1. 669, 670. 
t<n eherrin (Meherren, Maherine), 
Neck, 2. 643; 22. 273; 25. 221. 
belongs to Chowan Indians, 2. 140- 

141. 
land dispute with Indians, 4. 615, 

616-617. 
Meherrin (Maherihe, Meherine, Me- 

heron, Meherring) River, 1. 662. 

663; 2. 6, 7, 204, 426, 499, 522, 

525, 643, 644; 4. 617; 8. 228; 11. 

835; 23. 205, 478, 503; 25. 211. 
a public highway, 25. 92. 
act for town on, 24. 856-7, 859-61, 

960-1; on destruction of fish in, 

23. 657; 25. 489. 
and Va. boundary, 1. 648, 741, 744, 

752, 754-755. 
bill for ferry over, 4. 128; for town 

on, 7. 577; 18. 17, 30, 44, 247, 

249, 253, 259, 266, 268; to prevent 

destructibn of fish, 6. 1228, 1236, 

1240, 1253, 1270, 1275, 1278, 1289, 

1292, 1297, 1298; 7. 92; 8. 97, 101, 

103, 104, 112, 119-120, 133, 137, 140, 

153-154. 
boats on collected, 15. 635. 
boundary of M. Indians, 2. 644. 
British on, 15. 550, 556, 560. 
Carolina grants on, 1. 740. 
crossed by boundary, 2. 748, 749, 

756, 757, 776, 778, 782, 783, 807, 

808, 809, 810. 
Indian owners of, 1. 657-659, 660. 



MEHERRIN TOWN 



95 



MENONISTS 



insolent Indians on, 1. 893. 

lands taken up on, 1. 854. 

name, 1. 676, 677. 

observation at mouth of, 1. 615. 

proposed settlement of Indians on, 
2. 152. 

stock driven over into Va., 1. 751. 
iVIeherrin Town, 2. 644. 
Meignan, M. L., officer, 13. 127. 
Meigs, Col., field officer, 12. 529. 

in command, 12. 518. 

on court martial, 12. 542. 

position of regt. in army, 12. 509. 
Meigs, Thos., army rank, 16. 1116. 
Meisenheimer, Jac, 8. 749. 
Meissenheimer family, 8. 747. 
Mekert, Jno. F., in militia, 22. 392. 
Melanatfionis (Melanchoris), Croni- 

con Carionis, 2. 584. 
Meichor, Isaac, 9. 1233. 
Meldey, Jno., in militia, 22. 378. 
Meley, Michel, petitions on need of 

money, 7. 866-867. 
Meliken, James, juror, 3. 53. 
Melket, Edward, petitions on roads 

and ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Mellican, Wm., a J. P., 7. 856. 
Mellikin, Wm., a J. P., 6. 1077. 
Mellon, Col., to parade, 12. 530. 
Melo'ne, Thomas, regulator, 7. 736. 

Meloy, , 19. 1232. 

Meloy, Reuben, soldier, 14. 131. 
Melt, Willis, army pay, 17. 231. 
Melteer, Jethro, petitions on county 

bounds, 9. 633-634. 
Melton. See ]M[ilton. 
Melton, Benj., army rank, 16. 1119. 
Melton, Daniel, army pay, 17. 230. 
Melton, Henry, takes oath, 22. 175. 
Melton, Jeremiah, regulator, 7. 734. 
Melton, Jeremiah, regulator, 7. 735. 
Melton, John, claim allowed, 5. 976; 

6. 210. 
Melton, John, in assembly, 17. 878. 
Melton, Jno., in militia, 22. 343. 
Melton, John, land grant to, 4. 590. 

navigation coms'r, 23. 510-11. 
Melton, Jonathan, 22. 339, 341. 
Melton, Jona., army rank, 15. 721; 

16. 1113. 
Melton, Jonathan, road coms'r, 23. 

221. 
Melton, Richard, in militia, 22. 343 
Melton, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 344. 
Melton, Rich., juror, 25. 189. 
Melton, Robt., in militia, 22. 343. 
Melton, Robert, seized, 15. 461. 



Melton, Wm., army pay, 17. 230. 
army rank, 15. 730; 18. 1108. 
Meltoo, Wm., in militia, 22. 342. 
Melts, Wm., army pay, 17. 232. 
Melvin, Daniel, land grant to, 4. 1247. 
Members of assembly, qualifications 

of, 2. 213-216. 
sent for, 5. 56. 
Memorials and Petitions, committee 

and reports on, 18. 14-15, 16, 17, 

23, 28, 29, 32, 45, 47, 48, 52, 55, 
58, 60, 61, 66, 69, 75, 76, 83, 84, 
87, 90, 91, 94, 98, 100, 101, 104, 
106, 107, 110, 111, 116, 122, 124, 
126-127, 133, 144, 145, 146, 147, 
148, 172, 173, 174, 175, 182, 188, 
201, 202, 203, 207, 211, 224, 242, 
245, 246, 254, 256, 258, 264, 278, 
287, 290, 291, 301, 308, 316, 320, 
323, 324, 328, 329, 330, 333, 334, 
349, 351, 357, 364, 366, 392, 395, 
413, 430, 454, 457; 20. 133, 137, 
191, 232, 314, 315, 326. 

Men wanted for land, 3. 432. 

Menasses, , inquest on, 22. 828. 

Mencey, Shadrach, army pay, 17. 233. 
Mendenhall, Nathan, pensioner, 22. 

77. 
Menees, Benj., in Conv. 1789, 22. 38, 

47, 48. 
Menhew, Micajah, army pay, 17. 232. 
Menius, Frederick, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Mennis, Callohil, prisoner, 16. 671. 
Menon'ists, 22. 168. 
act for relief of, 24. 329; ment'd, 

24. 594; on affirmation, 24. 13, 
14, 86, 219, 329, 684-5; to pay extra 
tax, 24. 204, 222, 281-2, 318, 434, 
438, 439, 492. 

and provision and money tax, 24. 
344, 390, 391, 392, 435. 

bill to tax, 19. 167-168, 188, 224, 314, 
361. 

exempted from military service, 24. 
117, 190, 193, 358, 361, 386, 413, 
716, 819. 

in Pa., 8. 729. 

report and bill on favors in matter 
of oath, 13. 551, 572, 579, 601, 
648-649, 652-653, 685, 711, 728, 830, 
831, 920, 921. 

tax on, 17. 642, 643, 644-645, 725, 
729. 

to furnish clothing for troops, 12. 
640, 749, 750; troops or substi- 
tutes, 13. 415; substitutes, 24. 
156. 



MENS, JAMES 



96 



MERCHANTS 



to take oath for citizenship, 12. 809, 
810. 
Mens, James, sent to Phila., 11. 295. 
Mensey, Josias, court martialed, 12. 

545. 
Menson, Matthias, army pay, 17. 234. 
Mentewo Indians, correspondence 

with Cherokees, 5. 612-613. 
Mentges, Lt. Col., rank, 16. 648. 
Mentor, The, captures Spanish ves- 
sels, 15. 253. 
Menture, Patrick, land grant to, 4. 

703. 
Mentyes, Maj., field officer, 12. 522. 
Menyoak, 19. 997. 
Menze (Neuse?) River, 2. 249. 
Menzies, Maj., field officer, 12. 541. 
Menzies, Francis, petition of widow, 
18. 178, 186-187, 198, 400, 417, 418. 
Menzies, John, commission as judge 
of admiralty, 2. 765-766. 

Mercer, , juror, 1. 588. 

Mercer, Mr., chairman Va. com. of 

whole, ■ 1 0. 380. 
Mercer, Col., report of promotion 

false, 9. 277. 
Mercer, Gen., wounded, 11. 368. 
Mercer, Christopher, land grant to, 4. 

349. 
Mercer, Christopher, signs Pitt Asso., 
10. 222. 
to appear before Prov. Cong., 10. 
918. 
Mercer, Edward, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-12. 
Mercer, Forester, execution suspend- 
ed, 8. 635; 9. 37. 
Mercer, Forrester, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-12. 
Mercer, George, commission as lieut. 
gov. of N. C, 8. 60, 513; 9. 50, 
1171. 
lieutenant governor and member of 
council 8. 60, 513; 9. 50, 1171. 
Mercer, Hugh, 9. 1235. 
Mercer, James, 9. 1235. 
Mercer, Jas., in militia, 22. 391. 
Mercer, Jas., Jr., in militia, 22. 391. 
Mercer, Jer., juror, 4. 521. 
Mercer, Jeremiah, to lay out road, 25. 

474. 
Mercer, Jno., army rank, 16. 1113. 
Mercer, John, ensign, 10. 945. 
Mercer, John, quit rents of, 22. 247. 
Mercer, Jos., land grant to, 4. 619, 
631. 
juror, 4. 525. 
Mercer, Joseph, reward for capture. 



10. 939; 12. 75, 77. 
Mercer, Nash, reward for capture, i2. 

75, 77. 
Mercer, Nicholas, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-12. 
Mercer, Noah, reward for, 10. 939. 
Mercer, Richard, paroled, 15. 20. 
Mercer, Richard, Sr., petition on sep- 
aration, 22. 705-12. 
Mercer, Mrs. Richard, flag asked for, 

15. 20. 
Mercer, Samuel, exempted, 6. 494. 
Mercer, Solomon, to appear before 

Prov. Cong., 10. 918. 
Mercer, Solomon, Jr., to appear be- 
fore Prov. Cong., 10. 918. 
Mercer, Thos., juror, 1. 589, 590. 

road overseer, 1. 613, 625. 
Mercer, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 601, 

641, 805. 
Mercer, Thos., signs Pitt Asso., 10. 

222. 
Mercer, Thos., Sr., canal coms'r, 24. 

871. 
Mercer, Wm., in militia, 22. 378. 
Mercer, fort, stormed, 11. 797. 
Meceracu, , breaks open Pol- 
lock's cell'ars, 10. 1031. 
Mercereau, Justice, 10. 910. 
Merchandise, act for duty on foreign 
m., 24. 547-53, 658-61, 797, 798- 
802; 25. 58, 80. 
bill for tax on, 13. 861. 
Instructions on, 6. 531. 
loaned to State, 16. 472. 
Merchant, Cadan, juror, 4. 521. 
Merchant, Caleb, army pay, 17. 234. 

army rank, 16. 1108. 
Merchant, Caleb, juror, 4. 521. 
Merchant (Marchand), Christopher, 
2. 747, 751. 
a J. P., 2. 818. 
Merchant, Hugh, .summoned to as- 
sembly, 4. 725. 
Merchant, Kader, in assembly, 7. 342, 
932; 8. 106, 303, 304, 326, 455. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 914, 916. 
Merchant, Maliche, a J. P., 23. 993. 
Merchant, Willowby, juror, 4. 520. 
Merchant Companies, not to be ex- 
clusive, 22. 22. 
Merchant ships, Eng. act on In force 

in N. C, 23. 324, 326. 
Merchants, 1. 589; 2. 86, 88, 90, 113, 
196, 201, 268, 349. 
badly used by their factors in 

America, 2. 157. 
Bd. Trade on petition of on public 



MERCHANT'S SERVICE 



97 



MERRICK, GEO. 



bills, 6. 22-24. 
bring law suits to recover debts, 2. 

101, 102, 104, 106, 107, 108, 109. 
complaints of, 1. 439; on bills 

ment'd, 6. 47. 
Dobbs on petition of regarding bills, 

6. 218-219. 
encouragement of, 1. 117-118. 
furnish supplies to army, 16. 484- 

486, 495-496. 
instructions on discriminations 

against, 5. 1117. 
law suits by, 2. 91-92, 97, 99. 
memorial ment'd, 5. 481; on confis- 
cation, 19. 952-955; to Board of 
Trade on trade, 5. 321-324; on 
bills considered, 6. 70, 71, 73; on 
trade considered, 5. 283-284. 
notice to in Wilmington from S. C, 

9. 1109. 
petitions from, 1. 634, 635, 637-640; 
against export of cattle, 6. 166; 
on confiscation act, 15. 203-205; 
on exchange rate of bills, 6. 16-17 ; 
on N. C. and Va. debts, 4. 844- 
845, 846, 847, 848, 849, 850; to 
Dobbs on cattle and hides, 5. 745- 
746. 
protest against Va. law on debts, 1. 

279-280. 
suffer from impressments, 15. 601- 

602. 
to be encouraged, 3. 115. 
Merchant's Service, bill to regulate 
officers, seamen and marines, 12. 
177, 197, 198, 213, 346, 370, 379, 
388. 
Mercromby, Chas., bill for goods, 22. 

456. 
Mercury, frigate arrives in N. Y., 16. 

845. 
Mercury, ship of war, 10. 412 420, 

428. . 
JMercy, Wm., in militia, 22. 308 
Merden, Jeriah, juror, 25. 187. 
Mereday, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 247. 
Mereday, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 247. 
Meredeth, Wm., ensign, 10. 518. 

Meredith, , a prisoner, 13. 374. 

Meredith, , in C. C. (Pa.), 20. 

603, 632. 
Meredith, Capt., takes prize, 11. 592, 

762. 
Meredith, Benj., land grant to, 4. 890, 

963. 
Meredith, Binedicl<, in militia, 22. 

387. 
Meredith, Elizabeth, rights proved, 4. 



1238. 
Meredith, James, juror, 22. 502, 503, 

505, 507, 508, 510. 
Meredith, Jos., captures the Polly, 11. 

755. 
Meredith, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 
217, 218. 
rights proved, 4. 598. 
Meredith, Wm., owes State, 21. 1077. 
petition, 21. 261, 265, 359, 621, 674, 

694. 
Meredith, Wm., petitions for Windsor 

as C. H., 9. 804-806. 
Meredith, Wm., prisoner, 16. 672. 
Meredith, Wm., resigns as J. P., 21. 

819, 988, 992. 
Meredith, Sir Wm., 19. 924. 
Meres, David, history and fortunes, 

15. 75. 
Merideth, Elizabeth, 'and grant to, 4. 

1240. 
Merideth, Wm., at council on Tories, 

15. 123-124. 
Meridith, David, navigation coms'r, 

24. 966. 
Meriot, Samuel, lands lapse, 2. 426. 
Meriwether, J., 22. 788. 
Merk, John, sick, 5. 3. 
Merkle, Christoph, settles in N. C, 

5. 1147n. 
Mermaid, the, frigate, 10. 984. 
Mermaid, the, ship, 4. 752. 
Mero, error for Miro, q. v. 
Merreck, George, petitions on roads 

and ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Merree, John I., regulator, 8. 79. 
Merrell, Hezekiah, pays for com., 17. 

560. 
Merrett. See Merritt. 
Merrett, Danl., pensioner, 22. 78. 
Merrett, Thos., allowance to, 22. 843. 
Merrett, Thos., imported, 1. 393. 
Merrian, Phiiip, army rank, 16. 1108. 
Merrich, George, memorial in favor of 

Smith, 6. 58-60. 
Merrick, Ann, inquest on, 22. 825.» 
Merrick, Geo., a J. P., 23. 995. 
bill for him to emancipate slaves, 

21. 789, 816, 817, 826, 955, 959, 

98~7. 
commissioner for Wilmington, 10. 

707. 
on S. C. of New Hanover, 9. 1107, 

1111, 1150, 1151; 10. 24. 
petition, 21. 740, 887, 892, 990. 
road coms'r, 23. 910. 
Merrick, Geo., in militia, 22. 306. 
report on militia Co., 22. 384-5, 388. 



3—7 



MERRICK, GRACE 



98 MESNE CONVEYANCES 



Merrick, Grace, land grant to 4. 628, 

714. 
Merrick, J no., in militia, 22. 306, 311. 
Merrick, John, in militia and recom- 
mended, 22. 383, 384, 386. 
Merrick, TInos., 4. 353. 
a J. P., 4. 4. 

land grants asked, 4. 454; grant 
to, 4. 628, 714. 
Merrick, Thos., in militia, 22. 274. 
Merrick, Thos., in militia, 22. 306. 
Merrick, Thos., in militia, 22. 386. 
Merrick, Thos., town coms'r, 25. 268. 
Merrlcke, John, settler, t. 76. 
Merricke, Thos., settler, 1. 76. 
Merricke, William, land grant to, 1. 

94. 
Merrlday, Thos., vestryman, 25. 208- 

209. 
Merridith, Wm., army rank, 16. 1121. 
Merridith, Wm., on Surry S. C, 10. 

229. 
Merrihew, Tim., in militia, 22. 266. 
Merril, Danl., pensioner, 22. 76. 
Merril, Tim, in militia, 22. 343. 
Merril family, to be pardoned, 9. 309. 
Merril Shop, 22. 436. 
Merrill, Capt., prisoner, 19. 849. 
Merrill (Merril), Benj., bears petition 
to Tryon on battlefield, 8. 647. 
excluded from pardon as regulator, 

8. 613, 618. 
executed as regulator, 8. 643, 648, 
manner of death, 8. 639. 
Martin asks lands of for widow, 9. 

69. 
mercy to family discussed, 9. 278, 

279. 
property of regranted to widow, 9. 

65, 66, 350. 
speech on the gallows and charac- 
ter, 8. 656-657. 
Tryon's report of execution of, 8. 
650. 
Merrill, Benjn., pensioner, 22. 77. 
Merrill, John, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Merrill's Plantation, 19. 849. 
Merrit, Ephraim, in militia, 22. 379. 
Merrit, Joel, army rank, 16. 1117. 
Merrit, Sam., quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Merrit, Thos., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Merrit, Thos., land grant to, 4. 353. 
Merrit, Wm., land grant to, 4. 68. 
Merrit, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 244. 
Merritt. See Merrett. 
Merritt, Mr., 15. 416. 
Merritt, Capt., defeats Kimborough, 
14. 380. 



Merritt, Maj., servant of, 1. 661. 
Merritt, Arthur, in militia, 17. 1061. 
Merritt, Benj., stops survey, 5. 494. 
Merritt (Merrit), Charles, deposition 
on boundary dispute, 1. 660, 742. 
Merritt, Daniel, in militia, 17. 1060. 
Merritt, Danl., pensioner, 22. 76. 
Merritt, Drury, army rank, 16. 1122. 
Merritt, Hezekiah, resolve in favor of, 

16. 84. 
Merritt, Joel, army pay, 17. 230. 
Merritt, Shadrach, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Merritt, Stephen, in militia, 17. 1061. 
Merritt, Thos., exempted, 7. 939. 
Merritt, Thomas, rights proved, 4. 

705. 
Merritt, Wm., pensioner, 22. 76. 
Merritts, Jonas, land resurveyed, 4. 

353. 
Merriweather, Maj., field officer, 12. 
533. 
on guard, 12. 542. 
to parade, 12. 518. 
Merrix, Job, land grant to, 4. 1032. 

rights proved, 4. 1032. 
Merry Branch, 25. 465. 
Merry Neck, 12. 517. 
Merryday, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 

249. 
Merryhew, Tim, in militia, 22. 263. 
Merryhew, Tim, in militia, 22. 265. 
Merryman, Wm., takes oath, 22. 171. 
Wlerryon, David, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-13. 
Mersault, Wm., claims, 9. 590. 
Merson, Philip, in militia, 22. 164. 
Mertilleer, John, land grant to, 4. 277. 
Merton, statute of in force in N. C, 

23. 317-8. 
Merttins, Geo., takes deposition, 2. 

560-561. 
Merviday, Thomas, juror, 4. 519. 
Meryman, Charles, in militia, 22. 164. 
Meryman, Charles, Jr., takes oath, 22. 

171. 
Meryman, Nicholas, takes oath, 22. 

171. 
Mesell, Lawrance, holds estate of 

Spragg, 1. 425. 
Mesne Conveyances, act on register- 
ing, 23. 185-186, 337, 442-3, 534, 
614-6, 666-7, 801, 926; 24. 17, 423- 
4, 500, 571-2, 912, 966-8; 25. 80, 
215-19, 239, 304-9; disallowed, 9. 
1078. 
bill for relief from failure to reg- 
ister, 6. 458, 459, 466, 469, 494, 
496, 497, 507, 508, 511; 7. 300, 301, 



MESSAGES 



99 



MEZELL, LUKE 



302, 303, 338, 350, 353-4, 357, 
359, 363, 365, 419; 8. 291, 294, 297, 
314, 315, 320, 328, 336, 337, 429; 9. 
385, 390, 396, 443, 463, 464, 478, 
483, 494, 497, 583, 660; 12. 41, 47, 
48, 80, 112; IS. 47, 49, 52, 55, 62; 
19. 21, 27, 52, 134, 155, 160, 245, 
246, 272, 274, 278; to extend time 
for registering, 13. 867, 876, 883, 
945, 951, 960, 972; to prove, etc., 

19. 611, 612, 652, 676, 695, 696; 

20. 523, 555, 561, 563, 565, 571, 
588; to regulate registration, 6. 
1102, 1112, 1118, 1144, 1169, 1172, 
1186, 1188, 1189, 1191-1192. 

Bd. Trade on act for, 9. 956. 

Messages to assembly. See Addresses 
to assembly to and from govern- 
ors and under General Assembly. 

Messaux, Mr., 5. 1212. 

Messer, Benjamin, army pay, 17. 229. 
army rank, 13. 516; 16. 1116. 

Messer, Benj., in militia, 22. 318. 

Messer, Coy, in militia, 22. 345. 

Messer, Jas., Sr., in militia, 22. 318. 

Messer, Jereh., army rank, 16. 1119. 

Messer, Jeremiah, pensioner, 22. 78. 

Messer, John, allowed to resign, 11. 
810. 
army rank, 16. 1119. 

Messer, Jos., in militia, 22. 345. 

Messer, Peter, 22. 433. 

Messey; Jos., army rank, 16. 1122. 

Messey, Philip, army rank, 16. 1122. 

Messick, Aaron, army rank, 16. 1120. 

Messick, Jacob, army pay, 17. 231. 
ensign, 10. 944. 

Messick, Joseph, army rank, 13. 515; 
16. 1109. 

Messley, JoSiah, army rank, 16. 1117. 

Mester^ Lodowick, juror, 4. 516. 

Metals, 1-5 reserved to king, 1. 7. 

Metcalf. See Medcalf. 

Metcalf, Mr., offers to rent, 2. 387. 

Metcalf, C, land grant to, 4. 219. 

Metcalf, Caleb, juror, 25. 190. 

Metcalf, Caleb, land grant to correct- 
ed, 4. 595 

Metcalf, Danga, pensioner, 22. 77. 

Metcalf, George, 8. 9, 43. 

Metcalf, Warner, pensioner, 22. 77. 

Metcalf Street, Newborn, 23. 708; 
24. 246. 

Metcalfe, Anthony, in militia, 22. 373. 

Metcalfe, Caleb, goods stolen from, 2. 
588-589. 

Metcalfe, John, asks aid for S. C, 2. 
196-199. 



Metchil, Joab, in militia, 22. 367. 
Metchler, Jno., army rank, 16. 1122. 
Methodist Conference, 8. 770. 
Methodist Episcopal Church, Miller a 

preacher of, 8. 770. 
Methodists, 5. 1214. 

and Whitfield, 6. 1060-1061. 

activity abates, 6. 594-595. 

character, 6. 265. 

condemned by Whitfield, 7. 97. 

give trouble to Reed, 6. 565. 

heat of abated, 6. 1047-1048. 

revivals among, 5. 1173-1174. 
Metisick, Thomas, army pay, 17. 229. 
Metissick, Thos., army rank, 16. 1110. 
Metisuck, Thos., in army, 13. 521. 
Metle, Luke, appraiser, 2. 290. 
Meton, Thos., enlists, 22. 445. 
Metslow, Jno. D., in militia, 22. 323. 
Metters, Jethro, army rank, 16. 1118. 
Mettra la Caroline, 6. 260. 
Metts, Geo., in militia, 22. 324. 
Mevis, Mark, land grant to, 4. 965. 
Mew, Cemme, in militia, 22. 324. 
IVIew," Philip, land grant to, 4. 892. 
Mew, Phil. Jr., land grant to, 4. 704. 
Mewes (Mews), James, escapes from 
prison, 10. 631. 

loyalist, 10. 596. 
Mcj^ico, Abm., army rank, 16. 1109. 
Mexico, 6. 221; 9. 34. 

mines in, 2. 351. 

plate fleet from, 3. 11. 

trade with, 6. 1320. 
Mexico, bay of, 2. 231; 5. 466; 6. 618; 

9. 71. 
Mexico, Gulf of, Spanish want English 

territory on, 3. 9. 
Mexico silver, 25. 142. 
Mexidon, George, claim, 9. 490. 
Mexidon, John, claim, 9. 489. 
Meyer, Rev. J. W., pastor of Lutheran 
churches, 8. 781. 

visits Lutheran churches, 8. 779. 
Meyers, David, 8. 742. 
Meyers, Phillip, prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Meyers family, 8. 742. 
Meyerstown, Pa., 8. 754. 
Meylan, Ch., attests DeGraffenried's 
narrative, 1. 985, 986. 

Meyn, , surveyor-general of Va., 

1. 358. 
Meyrick, Moses, flned, 9. 653 
Mezel, Aaron, in militia, 22. 357. 
Mezel, Jeremiah, in militia, 22. 357. 
Mezel, Jos., in militia, 22. 357. 
Mezell, Luke, bill for town on lands 
of, 17. 303, 305, 347, 363, 392. 



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Mezick, Jacob, army rank, 16. 1114. 
Mezzick, Joshua, exempted, 9. 452. 
Mial, Mark, witness, 10. 957. 
Miall, Peter, juror, 22. 511. 
Miami River, 5. 464; 17, 161; 18. 
514; 20. 746. 
fort on needed, 5. 465, 467. 
Michael, Conrad, allowance to, 22. 

820, 821. 
Michael, Frederick, 21. 368, 369, 776. 
Michael, Nicholas, 21. 776. 
claims land, 21. 368, 369. 
Michal, Griffin, army pay, 17. 233. 
Michals, Sanders, army pay, 17. 233. 
Micham, Paul, army rank, 16. 1117. 
Michel, Adam, 5. 1205. 
Michel, Gary, a prisoner, 11. 353. 
Michel, Jacob, in militia, 17. 1060. 
Michel, Jos., in militia, 17. 1054. 
Michel (Mitchell), Lewis, bad conduct 
of, 1. 964-965. 
buys land in N. C, 1. 718, 719, 986- 

987. 
claims to have silver mine, 1. 958, 

959, 960. 
commands Palatines in Indian war, 

1. 954. 
contracts for Palatines, 1. 986-990; 

with miners, 1. 960, 965. 
deceives gov of Va., 1. 962. 
DeGraffenried demands reports 

from, 1. 963-964. 
DeGraffenried reveals plan to go to 

Va. to, 1. 957. 
director general of minerals in Pa., 

1. 961. 
dupes DeGraffenried and others 

with silver mines, 1. 959-960. 
fails to find silver mine, 1. 974. 
grant from, 4. 618. 
inquiries for, 1. 968, 969. 
mines leased to, 1. 723. 
proposes settlement on Mississippi, 

1. 965. 
proposes to buy land for Swiss, 1. 

707. 
settlement of discussed, 1. xi. 
takes lead of Palatines, 1. 958. 
to repay Pollock for provisions, 1. 
718. 
Michel, Naam, petition on C. H., 9. 

806-807. 
MIchell, Davie, asks relief from 
church tax, 9. 95-96. 
petition on who are titheables 9 
97. 
Michievous Ghief, killed, 20. 731. 
Michools, Thos. See Nichols, Thos. 



Michigan, gov't, 20. 740-746. 
Michigan lake, 20. 746. 
MichI, John, prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Michur, Mr., in Md. Leg., 16. 794. 
Mickelwrath, John, nom. for C. C, 19. 

635. 
Mickeson, Capt., a prisoner, 10. 486. 
Micklejohn, George, 8. 23. 

aids Person in prison, 8. xxviii. 

allowed to appear before Prov. 
Cong., 10. 917, 932. 

and his work, 7. 259, 260, 261-262. 

and regulators, 7. 731, 764, 765. 

location, 7. 457, 541; 8. 221, 222. 

opens Prov. Cong., 10. 168. 

opposes regulators, 8. xlv, 15, 20. 

paroled, 10. 560. 

preaches to troops, 7. 834, 835; 22. 
873. 

quoted on Jones, 8. 65. 

recommends Jones, 7. 856. 

resolve on ment'd., 1 1 . 321, 327. 

school trustee, 24. 297. 

sermon to troops ment'd, 7. 886; 
published by province, 7. 919, 920, 
959, 976, 983. 

to be removed to Perquimans Co., 

10. 646. 

to S. P. G. on Tryon's gov't, 7. 519- 

520. 
with British at Moore's Creek, 10. 
xxvi. 
Mickleya, John, in army, 15. 724. 
Mickson, 'Wm., in militia, 22. 320. 
Mico Hatkee, talk of at Indian Cong., 

11. 186. 

Middelton, Henry, quit rents of, 22. 

260. 
Middle Brook, 12. 484. 
Middle Brook, Pa., 14. 290. 
Middle Brook Camp, 14. 361. 
Middle Brook Road, 12. 4^2. 
Middle Church, 5. llSOn 
Middle County (?)), T., magistrates 

for, 22. 702. 
Middle Creek, 24. 636. 

lands on, 15. 340. 
Middle Creek, Wake Co., 15. 612. 
Middle Creek, N. J., 14. 47. 
Middle District, Anson Co., act for re- 
turn of property in, 25, 59. 
Middle District, Tenn., surveyor for, 

10. 690, 697. 
Middle Fork Creek, 5. 1148, 1159, 1161. 

settlements on, 5. 1150. 
Middle Ground Shoals, 17. 129. 
Middle Grounds, the, 23. 249. 
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up lands on, 5. 8-9. 
Middle Neck Bridge, 2. 265. 
IVIiddle River, 5. 6. 
IVIiddle Settlements of Cherokees, 22. 
930, 995; 24. 141, 160. 
act for treaty with, 24. 509^10; 25. 

59. 
offensive, IB. 461. 
treaty to be held with, 22. 760-1. 
Middle States, 15. 33; 18. viii; 17. 65, 
174; 21, 522. 
arms in, 17. 103. 
migration from, 16. 459. 
Middle Street, Newbern, 24. 825. 
Middle Swamp, 23. 629. 
Middle Temple, The, 3. 35, 40, 81; 4. 

655, 656; 11. 89, 90. 
Middle Towns of Cherokees, 22. 137. 
Middleborough (N. J.?), 12. 460. 
Middlebrook, N. Y (?), 14. 50. 
Middlebrook Camp, 13. 428. 
Middlebrooke, J., army pay, 17. 229. 
Middlekauff, ' Rev. S. S., pastor of 
German Reformed Churches, 8. 
753. 
Middlesex Co., 6. 703, 717. 

bill for erection of, 4. 743-744. 
Middlesex Co., Eng., 2. 533; 3. 34, 35, 
40.; 4. 655, 656; 5. 617, 621, ,622, 
772, 775, 777, 779; 8. 19, 533, 569, 
573, 578, 997; 11. 89, 90. 
returns Wilkes and Glyn. to Parlt., 
. 9. 1093, 1097. 

Middlesex Co., Va., tittieables in 1756, 
5. 565. 

Middleton, , 18. 616. 

Middleton, , killed by. Cherokees, 

18. 662. 

Middleton, , signs revocation of 

Heath patent, 1. 43. 
Middleton, Mr, 18. 315. 
Middleton, Mr., in C. C, 22. 754. 
Middleton, Mr., leaves N. C, 5. 498. 
Middleton, Mr., treatment in Va., 2. 

253-254. 
Middleton, Mr., Jr., taken from 

Charleston as prisoner, 15. 177. 
Middleton, Mrs., 15. 525. 

treatment considered, 15. 596. 
Middleton, Capt., "Defence" ment'd, 

5. V. 
Middleton, Col., 16. 687. 

commands N. C. troops, 19. 980. 
Middleton, Lt. Col., wounded, 15. 638. 
Middleton, A., to Burke introducing 
Rutledge, 14. 211-212. 
instructs , S. C. agents in England, 
2. 448-449. 



to prepare address of thanks, 2. 255. 
Middleton, Arthur, prispner, 15. 393. 
Middleton, Danl., army rank, 16. 1112. 
Middleton, Henry, appraiser, 2. 68. 

juror, 25. 186. 
Middleton, James, lieut, 18. 629. 

on patrol, 1 8. 25. 

to report on militia, 18. 645. 
Middleton, James, voter, 15. 237. 
Middleton, John, land grant to, 4. 223. 
Middleton, John, quit rents of, 22. 260. 
Middleton, Roger, juror, 1. 592, 594. 
Middleton, Samuel, army pay, 17. 230. 

army rank, 16. 1114. 
Middleton, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 

854, 965. 
Middleton, Samuel, patent to, 6.* 1019. 
Middleton, Sol., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Middleton, Wm., land grant to, 4. 764. 
Middleton, (town), act to establish, 

24. 944-5. 
Middleton, Conn., 6. 223. 
Middleton, Tenn., 18. 713. 
Midget, Wm., army pay, 17. 232. 
Midgett, Joseph, in militia, 22. 496. 
Midgett, Joseph, in militia, 22. 497. 
Midgett, Joseph, in militia, 22. 497. 
Midgett, Joseph, in militia, 22. 497. 
Midgett, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 636. 
Midgett, Mathew, appraiser, 1. 866. 

home of, 1. 857. 

juror, 2. 80; 25. 186. 

paid for arresting Low, 1. 855. 

prosecuted for theft, 2. 173. 

tries to get land, 2. 70. 
Midgett, Sam'!., a J. P., 23. 993. 
Midgett, Samuel, in militia, 22. 498. 
Midgett, Samuel, petition, 22. 939. 
Midgett, Thomas, in militia, 22. 496. 
Mid ins, John, recommended for pro- 
motion, 1 1 . 716. 
Midjett, Wm., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Midleton, Barbary, gives power of 
attorney, 1 . 450. 

law suit, 1. 433. 
Midleton, John, juror, 4. 525. 
Midleton, Sam'l., in militia, 22. 453. 
Midleton, Robt., in militia, 22. 452. 
MCdIeton's Department, 18. 613. 
Miers, Christy, petition on separation, 

22. 705-10. 
Miers, Geo., army rank, 16. 1122. 
Miers, Henry, in militia, 17. 1059. 
Mifflin, Mrs., 18. 485. 
Mifflin, Col., 18. 485. 
Mifflin, Benj., certifies to N. C. roster, 

16. 1197. 
Mifflin, Gen. Thos., 12. 462. 



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Adams to on consecration of 

ministers, 1 7. 41-42. 
on Board of War, 11. ^82. 
president of C. C, 16. 917; 17. 9, 

67. 
to Martin on acts and resolutions 
of C. C, and answers, 17. 16-17, 
29, 40, 71, 74; on money, 19. 945- 
946; on treaty, 16. 918. 
Mifflin (fort), abandoned, 11. 681. 
attack on, 11. 665, 677, 788, 789. 
taken by British, 11. 806, 809. 
Migration, begins, 3. 430. 
Milberry, Isaac, army pay, 17. 232. 
Miles, Abraham, petitions for division 

of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
Miles, -Charles, regulator, 7. 735. 
Miles, David, in militia, 22. 494. 
Miles, David, land grants to 4. 803. 
Miles, John, army pay, 17. 232. 
Miles, John, tried for felony, 2. 686, 

695-696. 
Miles, John, Jr., regulator, 7. 735. 
Miles, John, Jr., regulator, 7. 736. 
Miles, John, Sr., regulator, 7. 735. 
Miles, Jos., army rank, 16. 1108. 
Miles, Narby, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Miles, Thomas, regulator, 7. 735. 
Miles, Wra. Jr., asks for new county, 

9. 90. 
Miles, Wm. Sr., asks for new county, 

9. 89-90. 
Milesian Race, 15, 679. 

Milford, Anthony, cornet, 17. 828. 
Miliary, subordinate to civil power, 

10. 1004. 

Military Accounts, act on issue of cer_ 

tificates on, 25. 75-6. 
bill on certificates for, 21. 813, 846. 
Military affairs, books on sent to N. 

C, 10. 812. 
report on, 20. 703-705, 709-710, 714- 

715, 721-722, 758-760, 771-772, 786- 

789. 
Military and naval accounts, com. to 

settle, 10. 504. 
Military claims, relief for considered, 

21. 736, 739, 805, 884, 918, 925. 
Military discipline, books on sent to 

N. C, 10. 756. 
Military duty, and Quakers, etc., 17. 

636, 637, 642, 643, 644-645, 716, 

721, 725, 729. 
Military Guide, Baron Steuben's, 24. 

819. 
Military Journal, 1768, 22. 870-6. 
Military operations, discussion of, 11. 

x-xix. 



Military orders, 14. 355-356; 16. 263- 

269. 
Military organization, discussion of, 
1 1 . ix-x. 

in colony, 1. 83, 84-85, 86, 87-89. 

of Clarendon Co., 1. 97-98. 
Military power, instructions on, 6. 
529-531. 

of governor, 3. 70-72. 

of Proprietors, 1. 29-30-31, 111-112. 
Military Stores, Caswell on removal 
of, 13. 5-6. 

com'rs. to erect magazines for, 13. 
583, 683-684, 690; to examine and 
report on, 12. 362-364. 

removal of provided for, 12. 85. 

resolve of Cont. Cong, on removal 
of, 11. 754-755. 

resolve to have same removed, 12. 
241, 242, 256. 

to be guarded in Edenton, 13. 684. 

to be removed to Point Pleasant, 
11. 505-506; and Kinston and 
guarded, 22. 919-20, 925. 

See also Arms of Ammunition. 
Military system, criticized, 14. 74-75. 
Military Warrants, act for more time 

for surveys, 25. 62. 
Militia abstract of returns on, 5. 161. 
163. 

act against calling out on civil pro- 
cess, 25. 53-4; for, 24. 1-5, 113- 
119, 190-198, 335-7, 358-67, 710-716, 
813-19, 907-8, 947-8; 25. 50-1, 105-6, 
108-9, 266-7, 334-7, 393, 519i; for 
payment of, 23. 781-3; against In- 
dians, 25. 62; for pensions for, 
24. 409-10, 568-9, 681-2. 735-7, 744; 
for rewards for prisoners and 
scalps, 24. 15; for them to build 
road, 24. 913-14; on, 23, 244-247, 
330-1, 338, 341, 518-22, 535, 585, 
596-601, 667, 749, 787-8; 25. 160, 
496, 511 ; to expire, 9. 785 ; to com- 
pel officers to account for moneys, 
24. 166-7; to divide that of Meck- 
lenburg Co., 24. 292; to draft, 
24. 404-5; to establish, 23. 760-5, 
940-5; to get account of service 
of, 24. 679-80; to raise for active 
service, 24. 154-7, 160, 198-9, 254- 
5, 257, 260-1, 262, 337-9, 367-73, 384- 
7, 413-17; to regulate, 12. 94, 113; 
23. 29-31, 151, 399, 440, 503; to 
subsist, 23. 503; to use against 
British, 24. 128-9, 262; to use in 
execution of process, 24. 672-3. 
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ular troops, 13. 389-390; to In 
Rowan, 10. 10-11. 

affairs of in Albemarle, 1. 239. 

agree to turn out against regula- 
tors, 8. 495. 

all freemen to serve in, 25. 135. 

allowance to considered, 10. 951- 
952; 12. 219; when on duty, 12. 
406. 

alterations in ment'd, 3. 335. 

amount, 5. 124. 

armorers for, 18. 819. 

arms for, 15. 73 

arrangements for proposed, 19. 856, 
857-859. 

asked for in aid of S. C, 15. 402. 

at Camden battle and conduct, 15. 
584-585; 15. 384-385. 

bad effects of, 15, 173-174. 

behave badly, 16. 528. 

behavior at Camden, 14. 568; 15. v. 
60, 65. 

bill for 4. 469; 6. 1097, 1101, 
1105, 1108, 1121, 1144, 1154b, 
1156, 1163, 1168, 1178, 1179, 
1197; 7. 573, 623, 900, 907, 908, 911, 
913, 920, 938, 944-945, 946, 953, 960, 
965, 970, 977; 9. 836, 871-872, 873, 
874, 884, 934, 947. 948, 949, 950, 
1010; for amendments to law on, 
4, 818, 820, 822, 826, 830, 831, 
932, 834; for better regujation of, 5. 
664, 668, 669, 686, 693, 695, 696, 
699, 701, 704, 705, 734; 6. 377, 378, 
399; for convenience of in Car- 
teret Co., 12. 180, 181, 212, 213, 
225, 227, 254! 346-347, 354, 388, 391, 
404; 13. 358; in New Hanover, 12. 
557, 561, 566, 666; in Rowan Co., 
13. 559, 564, 595, 659, 665, 697; 

. forts, 17. 112; for places for mus- 
ters, etc., 21. 418; for regulation 
of, 5. 501, 503, 505, 506, 524, 530, 
531, 532, 533, 534, 537-538; passed, 
6. 268; on, 20. 27, 35, 91, 112; 
21. 284, 364, 617, 633, 649, 718, 800, 
836, 852, 963, 1009, 1010, 1011, 
1023, 1027, 1031; to amend act on, 
20. 275, 283, 491, 504, 508, 524; 
21.. 43, 45, 50, 72; to amend act 
to appoint, 8. 296, 299, 332, 338, 
342, 347, 350, 352, 386, 398, 403, 
428; to amend and continue act 
for, 6. 511, 861, 865, 869, 870, 873, 
890, 921, 928, 936, 941, 944, 945, 
948; to amend act to regulate, 
17. 855, 929, 930, 934-935, 936-937, 
945, 952, 961; to appoint, 6. 442, 



443, 444, 446, 458, 459, 463, 468, 
488, 492, 496, 497, 504, 505; to 
continue act to appoint, 7. 300, 
308, 313, 320, 322, 323, 338, 355, 
376, 379, 382, 388, 395, 400, 401, 
420; to divide regt. of, 13. 884, 
887, 891, 972, 978, 980; that of 
Rowan, 16. 38, 44, 47, 53, 75; to 
draft, 17. 831, 833, 834, 835, 836, 
837, 840, 923, 926, 928, 951, 966, 
968; to embody and march to aid 
of other States, 13. 758, 761, 769, 
817-818; to establish, 12. 51, 56, 
57, 58, 62, 66, 70, 74, 79, 86, 88, 
89-90, 94, 111, 180, 192, 196, 198, 
230, 237, 264, S65, 369, 388, 409, 
449; 17. 316, 363, 389, 398, 419, 
646, 669-670, 675, 702, 729, 732, 755, 
757, 765, 777; 18. 96, 154, 198-199, 
260, 336, 338, 377, 386, 428, 437; 
10. 430, 455, 763, 769, 799; in 
Franklin, 22. 726; to get accu- 
rate account of service, 19. 429, 
450, 470-471, 768, 789, 795, 803, 823; 
to make officers of settle for fines, 
12. 555, 557, 561, 569, 580, 584, 653, 

665, 666, 674, 680, 693, 716-717; 13. 
358; to pay claims, 17. 821, 834, 
906, 907, 924, 927, 928, 935, 941, 
951, 959, 963; to provide for, 6. 
125, 131; to regulate, 4. 477, 478, 
480, 483, 504, 507, 509, 512, 535, 
538, 550, 555, 559, 560, 561, 563, 
564, 573, 574, 741, 1003, 1004, 1005, 
1006, 1007, 1014, 1016, 1017, 1018, 
1019, 1020; 5. 265, 266, 267, 268, 
269, 270-271, 284, 286, 290, 291- 
292; 6. 120, 121, 137, 140, 141, 142, 
183; to regulate and establish, 13. 
535, 594, 613, 627, 647, 662, 663, 

666, 695, 697, 710, 722, 724, 734/; 
847, 863, 873, 938, 969; 19. 578, 
608, 611, 617, 647; to regulators in 
Hyde Co., 12. 166, 170-171, 172, 
178, 254, 334, 343, 344, 350, 369, 
452, 13. 356; in Transylvania, 9. 
1273, 1274, 1278; to require prac- 
tice of in Bladen Co., 16. 52, 55, 
67, 70, 85; to send to aid of U. S., 
12. 180, 181, 197, 240, 251, 347, 355, 
371, 378, 420; 13. 358, 359-360; 
to settle the rank of officers, 12. 
595, 703. 

Board of War on necessity of, 14. 

406-407. 
bounties for, 20. 440; 22. 955; 

needed, 14. 860; not paid, 22. 

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brigadier general for in Tennessee, 

22. 643. 
Brown to Nash on, 14. 851. 
Bryan on calling out, 11. 542-543. 
Burke to on recruits, 16. 203; to 
assem. on defects of act for, 22. 
1038, 1039-40, 1041. 
Butler on raising, 22. 575-6; reports 

on, 22. 555-6. 
called out, 16. 285, 290-291; against 
Indians, 17. 803, 962, 965; by gov- 
ernor, 15. vi. 
capture rebels, 16. 462. 
captured at Charleston, 14-. xi. 
Caswell on, 14. 161; dismissed from 
command of, 15. 131; on assign- 
ments of 14. 555; on movements 
of, 14. 337-338, 512-513, 515-516; 
to Gen. Assem. on law of, 14. 12. 
claims for service, 20. 7; referred to 
com., 17. 280, 281; settled, 19. 
116-117, 119, 128; to be allowed, 
18. 39, 272. 
clothing for, 14. 714. 
collection of, 16. 476, 477, 481, 482, 

515, 516, 517; 17. 983. 
colonel resigns, 14. 134. 
come in slowly, 841-842. 
command of discussed, 15. 642; by 
Smallwood causes trouble, 14. 
425-426, 435. 
commissaries for, 12, 688-689, 694, 

711; to be appointed, 12. 586. 
commissions for officers, 30. 265, 
266, 445; to be renewed under 
Tryon, 7' 275. 
committee on allowances, 19. 149, 
150, 264, 267; and repo];ts on af- 
fairs of, 12. 21-22; on payment of, 
10. 572, 582-583, 584, 588; of Prov. 
Cong,, to regulate and report of 
same, 10. 555, 560-563, 564; od 
regulation of, 10. 507, 515, 530; to 
consider number to be raised, 17. 
744; to consider state of and pre- 
pare bill on same, 12. 29; to con- 
sider use of against Indians, 12. 
28; to inquire in method of rais- 
ing and reports, 10. 947-948, 977. 
companies to -be discharged, 12. 

367, 368, 
company organized to defend Ocra- 

cock, 13. 901, 905, 997. 
comparative numbers in the field, 

14. 76. 
complaint against, 15. 503-504; 
against commissions, 22. 865; over 
officers, 22. 931. 



conditions, 16. 41; in Granville, 5. 

566-567. 
conditions of passing law on, 6. 984. 
conduct in Briar Creek battle, 14. 

33. 
C. C. not ready for that from N. C, 
13. 38; orders that it be called 
out. 14. 851-852; recommends that 
1000 men be raised, 10. 40-41. 
Continentals to accept positions in, 

16. 1200. 
contractors reimbursed for money 

borrowed, 12. 795, 865-866. 
corps of invalids to be raised, 15. 

205-206. 
cost, 22. 981; of calling out con- 
sidered, 8. 446, 450, 476. 
court-martialed, 10. 703-704. 
cover Salisbury, 1 5. 66. 
cowardice at Camden, 14. 607; at 
Guilford C. H., 840, 930-931, 975- 
976. 
Davie on, 22. 776-7. 
decays under Johnston, and im- 
provement, 5. 123-124. 
defects of law, 4. 734, 736. 
demands on, 15. 98. 
depredations of, 22. 602-3. 
desert, 6. 221. 
deserters to be brought back, 14. 

638. 
detained in S. C, 14. 344. 
disbanded, 14. Ill, 181, 188, 189, 

332-333. 
discharged, 14. 743-744. 
discriminated against in matter of 

provisions, 14. 547-549. 
Dobbs to Board of Trade on, 5. 570- 

571, 572, 575-576. 
drafts of, 15. 360-361, 364; 17. 1041; 
22. 595-6, 946; considered, 19. 
866; needed, 15. 151; ordered, 15. 
xll; to be made, 17. 807, 808. 
draft riots, 14. 319; to be suppress- 
ed, 14. 169-170. 
enlistment of, 14. 117-118. 
encampment of, 16. 595-596. 
Eng. act on in force in N. C, 23. 

324. 
entitled to bounty, 14. 6. 
entry taken and sheriffs to advance 

money to, 13. 554, 655-656. 
estimate of pay due to, 14. 818. 
exchange of prisoners of considered, 
16. 314-318; 17. 655, 668, 730, 736, 
788-789, 792, 
exchanged, 16. 445-446. 
exemptions in, 13. 876; 17. 852, 



MILITIA 



105 



MILITIA 



917-918, 971-972. 
fails to repel invasion of S. C, 14. 

iii. 
favors to delinquents, 17. 976; 19. 

868. 
force required to enforce laws, 22. 

1048. 
furnishes troops to army, 13. vill-ix. 
go to aid of S. C, 15. 336-337, 340, 
341, 350, 351, 398. 

governor authorized to prder out, 
13. 585-586. 

guards disbanded, 13. 11, 12. 

guns sold, 12. 163. 

hanged by order of Comwallis, 1 5. 
276. 

hardships from, 4. 745-746. 

heroism of, 15. 171. 

Hines resigns as lieut. col., 1 1 . 502. 

hold fords, 17. 997, 998. 

Holdemesse to Dobbs on, 5. 78-79. 

how regarded by British, 16. 254. 

imperfect returns from, 14. .320. 

in battle of Stono, 14. 313. 

in Bertie, 22. 594. 

in Granville, 22. 594-5. 

inadequate for defense, 22. 1033, 
134. 

independent companies to be dis- 
charged, 12. 162, 225, 327, 328. 

ineffective, 17. 910, 912. 

inspector general over appointed, 
13. 894-895, 899, 901, 986-987, 993. 

instructions on, 5. 1138-1139; in 
Rowan, 10. 281. 

join British, 22. 569; Greene, and 
action qt Guilford C. H., 1 7. 1002, 
1005. 

Jones on mustering and calling m. 
out under arms, 11. 581-582; re- 
ports on, 22, 1030-2. 

lack of incTiarter colonies, 1. 632. 

lacking in number and in arms, 22. 
945. 

lacks supplies, 1 1 . 542-543. 

law for, 14. 403-404; needed, 5. 660; 
6. 439-440, 472. 

laws need revision, 16. 10; sent to 
war office, 13. 8; should be 
amended, 4. 272; should be con- 
tinued, 4. 917; under P. C., 1. 205. 

Lillington on condition of, 15. 317. 

lists of those in service in Spanish 
colonies, 22. 263-286; wanted, 17. 
82. 

location, 22. 1025. 

losses at Eutaw Springs, 15. 637, 
638. 



Martin to brigadiers on birth of a 
dauphin, 16. 705-706; on drafts, 
16. 709; on returns and drafts, 
16. 722; Martin's (Josiah) proc. 
against, 10. 145, 149-150. 

money advanced for that in Wash- 
ington District, 12. 37, 39. 

movements, 12. ill; 15. 50, 357, 358, 
359, 427, 428, 434, 438, 439, 456, 
458, 502, 639; 16. vii. 1199; 22. 
584, 598. 

moves towards Camden, 22. 584. 

muster ordered, 8. 253., 255, 258, 
260, 262; 11. 535-536, 537, 541, 
542. 

muster rolls asked for, 17. 108. 

musterings in, 22. 1039-40. 

Nash to assembly on ordering out 
of, 15. 214. 

need of, 5. 148; 19. 725; 22. 19, 20, 

need of good organization, 4. 553. 

needed in Charleston, provisions for 
and disadvantages of, 15. 311-313. 

new lines, 14. v-vi, ix; needed, 14. 
458; to be made, 10. 812. 

not called out by assembly, 16. 601- 
602., 

not collected, 17. 999. 

not neglected, 16. 274. 

not paid, 5. 147. 

not to be called out, 16. iii; 22. 536. 

not yet called out, 13. 385. 

notes on act, 3. 183; 8. 5. 

number and character under Davie, 
15. 369; and service considered, 
17. 95-97, 98; at Camden, 15. 369; 
in Charleston, 15. 26; on duty, 
15. 2; ordered out against regu- 
lators and cost, 7. 887-888; 8. 697. 

oath not required in, 4. 1081. 

of Cape Fear discussed, 4. 594-595. 

of Granville in 1771, 22. 160-7. 

of Pitt organized, 10. 99-100; with- 
out arms, 1 1 . 556. 

of S. C, 2. 421. V 

of Va. mustered for Indian war, 1. 
809-810, 811, 816. 

offered to Cont. Cong., 13. 21; to 
Washington, 18. ill. 

officers for, 10. 619; 17. 858, 859, 
866, 867, 868; 20. 562-563, 565, 567, 
568, 579, 580; appointed, 12. 600, 
604, 606, 607, 619, 628, 707-708, 712, 
713, 714, 721, 739, 777, 832-833; 14. 
333-334 ; appointed by Gen. Assem., 
10. 1008; 17. 951, 952, 954-955, 
957, 966, 969; 20. 198, 206, 207, 



MILITIA 



106 



MILITIA 



210, 225, 261, 265, 266, 270, 272, 
273, 275, 276, 277, 279, 293, 373, 
374, 388, 389, 416, 441, 442, 455, 
456, 460-461, 462, 465; 21. 120, 123, 
124, 125, 127, 150, 154, 157, 160, 
310, 314, 326, 327, 328, 330, 339, 
385-386, 389, 398, 399, 400, 403, 653, 
662, 665, 666, 667, 703, 710, 711; 

21. 779, 780, 781, 784, 787, 807, 813, 
838, 850, 851, 935-936, 938, 943, 945, 
946, 979, 1016; 23. 981; disobey, 
16. 42; in Franklin, 22. 666; in 
Hyde, 14. 135-136; in Orange, 13. 
281; pay to, 24. 2, 114, 197, 711, 
713, 817-18; 25. 335; to report on 
services of soldiers in Rev. war, 
25. 10. 

ordered out, 14. 505; 16. 25; 

22. 580-1; against regulators, 7. 
718, 719, 722, 740, 741, 745, 804, 
820, 819-838, 859, 887-889; 8. 679- 
680, 697, 698, 700, 702, 708; in 
Newbern and Edenton districts, 

16. 34-35; to aid Va., 11. 584, 585. 
ordered to muster, 10. 475-476. 
organization of, 1 0. 205-207, 209, 286, 

294; 15. 434-435; by counties, 10. 
625-626; considered, 15. 604, 605; 
looked after, 10. xxix; proposed, 

17. 552; in Bute for war, 9. 1104- 
1105. 

paid for guarding prisoners, 13. 837, 

840, 930. 
pay of, 17. 808, 890; 18. 811; 22. 

1012-13, 1014-15; provided, 6. 121, 

142, 143-144. 
pay rolls of, 15. 399-400. 
Penn to Sumner on, 14. 782. 
perfected, 12. iv. 
petition from, 17. 863; on musters 

and bill on, 20. 131, 134, 154, 155- 

156, 164, 175, 177, 185, 314, '333, 

334, 340, 353, 367-368. 
plan to regulate considered, 10. 196- 

201. 
plunder, 14. 602-603. 
Porterfleld on, 14. 558. 
practice in calling out, 15. xiii-xiv. 
promised to S. C, 15. 25. 
proposal to raise regt. of cavalry, 

14. 471-472. 
proposition to raise defeated, 9. 

1214. 
provision for, 3. 112-113; 10. 193; 

14. 166-168; discussed, 6. 147-148, 

149-150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 
158, 159, 169, 180, 183, 185, 195, 
196, 198, 200; for the families of 



those in service, 16. 106-107. 
provisions for paid for, 10. 968. 
put in training, 5. 816. 
Quakers thank assembly for release 

from service in, 9. 176-177. 
quarrel over command of, 16. vi-vii. 
question of sending out of state, 22. 

766. 
raised, 17. 678-679, 680, 681, 686, 
698, 700, 703, 704, 710, 761, 776, 
777; 22. 559-60; for Onslow, 17. 
915, 917; to be sent against 
rebels, 13. 7346, 734e. 
rank of officers, 10. 367-368. 
rations allowed, 12. 145-146, 152, 

156, 157-158, 161. 
Read on movements of, 15. 427. 
recommendation on, 9. 102, 104. 
recruits to considered, 15. 442. 
re-enlistment discussed, 1 1 . 330. 
refuses to march 14. 850-851; 
against Cherokees, 6. 119, 136-137; 
without bounty, 14. 847; to serve, 
10. 639; to serve in S. C. after 
time of service expires, 15. 362. 
regulation needed, 4. 772, 816, 819; 

on enlisting, 13. 323. 
regulations on in S. C, 11. 46-47. 
reinforce Greene, 16. 451. 
remittance to prisoners, 17. 640, 
641, 644, 645-646, 647, 652, 653, 
724-725, 729. 
report of com. on M. for frontiers, 

19. 897-898. 
report on, 5. 24, 25, 26, liih, 599- 
600, 601, 651, 652; 6. 614, 622; 7. 
490-491; 16. 320; 17. 1042-1043, 
1054-1061; 21. 860; on bounties 
wanted, 21. 1036-1037; from Gran- 
ville Co., report on, 5. 424-426; 
from Hertword Co., 9. 296-297; 
from Johnston Co., 9. 1075-1077; 
from Orange Co., 5. 365 ; from Pitt 
Co., 9. 696; from Wake, 9. 344, 
689; in 1756, 5. 603; needed, 14- 
411; on payments by in Rowan, 
10. 318, 319; on that in regulation 
war, 22. 411-500; to be made on, 
5. 461 ; to be made on clothing for, 
13. 556, 560, 658-659; wanted, 17. 
105; 19. 43, 47; on wounded and 
prisoners at Camden, 15. 168-170. 
resolve in favor of officers of capt- 
ured, 16. 166. 
return of, 10. facing 680; 16. 120; 
18. 786; 21. 1046; 22. 1022; in 
1754-5, 1758, 1767, 22. 305-399; at 
Guilford C. H., 17. 1038; for Hyde 



MILITIA 



107 



MILITIA 



Co., 9. 1050; desired, 14. 421; of 
prisoners from, 15. 169-170; of 
wounded, 14. 437; of wounded 
and prisoners at Camden and re- 
port on, 22. 523-4, 530-2. 

return to N. C, 14. v. 

review of affairs of, 10. 39. 

reviewed, 9. 349. 

revisal of law on needed, 4. 228, 
231, 250, 471, 477, 495-496. 

rights of. 25. 21. 

sent against Cherokees, 16. 450, 
461; to Charleston, 14. 496; to 
Ramsay's Mills, 15. vi; to S. C. 
and Ga., 13. 629; 22. 949. 

services, 11. 1040; discussed, 15. 
640. 

settled by Burrington, 3. 433. 

should be called out, 14. 826; 15. 
59; formed, 10. 23; not be enlist- 
ed for short terms, 15. 515; be 
put on better footing, 4. 78, 82; 
raised, 10. 92; rendezvous, 15. 
389-390; be subject to civil power, 
23. 978. 

side with regulators, 7. 710. 

Skinner on, 18. 63. 

slow enlistment of, 14. 138. 

Smallwood to command m., 14. 
400, 401, 402, 404, 405, 410, 419, 
423, 425, 432, 771, 772, 774, 785, 
787; causes trouble, 14. 425-426. 

stationed at Newbern, 10. 456-457. 

Steuben on training of, 14. 71-72. 

strength in 1754, 5. xli. 

strict regulations on, 1 1 . 335. 

Sumner on commands and move- 
ments of, 15. 425, 426. 

supplies for, 15. 314; 17. 970-971; 
needed for, 13. 165; to be made 
for, 13. 776. 

surrendered at Charleston, 14. 816. 

system of, 3. xiv. 

threatened by Br., 17. 1044-1046. 

to assemble at Newbern, 15. 632. 

to assist commercial agent, 24. 330. 

to be allowed to continue in service, 
14. 286, 288. 

to be called out against regulators, 
8. 485, 502, 538-9, 545; for French 
war, 5. 410; disbanded, 11. 340, 
341; 12. 159, 404, 406, 417; and 
reports imperfect, 15. 390; in 
eastern Va., 15. 618; in Wilming- 
ton Dist, 13. 751, 805; drafted, 
14. 481; embodied and marched 
south, 22. 967; enlisted for in- 
spection duty, 14. 461; made 



ready for S. C, 6. 124-125, 133; 
ordered out, 5. Hi; ordered 
against Indians, 8. 98; raised, 17. 
827-828, 829, 893, 920;; regulators, 
8. 538; by Franklin against N. C, 
22. 678-9; for aid of S. C, 18. 816, 
817; for defense of Onslow Co., 
17. 709, 787, 789; for defense of 
Randolph and other counties, 17. 
853, 955-956, 959; in Cumberland, 

17. 782; in Rowan, and address 
to same, 10. 134-135; in Wilming- 
ton Dist., 17. 649-650, 659; sent 
to S. C, 13. 238, 239, 242, 245, 
246-247, 249-250, 252, 254, 255-256, 
258, 265, 266, 267-269, 276-277, 279- 
281, 282-284, 288-289, 292-293, 294, 
295, 300, 307, 308, 313, 318, 320-321, 
322-323, 332, 338, 340, 342. 

to disband, 10. 51&. 

to join DeKalb, 14. 503. 

to parade at Wilmington, 10. 388. 

to rendezvous at Hillsboro, 14. 573; 

15. 357. 
trained by Smallwood, 17. 694, 773- 

774, 775. 
treatment as prisoners by Br., 17. 

625-629. 
trouble with, 14. 447-442, 770, 780, 

781, 783; 15. 353; 18. 685-687; in 

Chowan Co., 15. 142; in drafting, 

14. ix-x; in settling, 3. 369. 
Tryon to commanders on organiza- 
tion of against regulators, 8. 540- 
542; to Leg. on No. raised, cost, 
and answer, 7. 892, 931, 933, 934, 
935, 936-937. 

turns out after defeat at Camden, 

15. 385. 
unreliable, 22. 534. 

unwilling to serve in army, 10. 611. 

use against State discussed, 19. 
867-868. 

used in place of continental battal- 
ions, 14. 484; to build barracks, 

18. 234. 

useless in colonies, 2. 632-633. 
usurp power In Cumberland, 1 1 . 

626-631. 
vacancies in to be filled by court 

martial, 12. 802, 859, 867. 
wagon builders to be detailed, 17. 

872. 
Washington on use of, 16. 821. 
will not march against Cherokees, 

24. 5, 118. 
Williamson surgeon general for, 14. 

452. 



MILL, 



108 



MILLER, ANDREW 



See also Loyal militia. 

Mill, , owns goods, 14. 731. 

Mill, , vessel, of seized, 1. 468. 

Mill, David, land grant to, 4. 708. 
Mill, John, patents land, 6. 1081. 
Mill, Peter, juror, 22. 504. 
Mill, Susannah, land patent to, 6. 

1081. 
Mill Creek, 5. 1147, 1148, 1161, 1162; 

22. 182, 291; 23. 221, 469, 820; 
25. 46. 

lands surveyed on, 2. 167. 
Mill dam, the old, 25. 465. 
Mill dams, act on, 24. 743; 25. 109, 
110. 
bill on, 20. 50, 75,, 101, 185, 221, 223, 
408; 21. 798, 800, 805, 836, 837, 
964, 965, 966, 968, 978, 988, 989, 
995, 1001, 1009, 1010; for building 
on Tar River, 12. 557, 561, 566, 
665, 666; to regulate, 17. 340, 
403, 406; to settle disputes over, 
17., 361, 366, 403 406., 
trouble over, 22. 630-1. 
Mill Landing, tobacco inspection at, 

23. 641, 792. 

Mill Prong, the, 25. 28. 

Mill River, N. C, 1. 986. 

Mill sites, made public property, 2. 

xii. 
Mill stones, asked for by Pollock, 2. 

338; taken, 4. 955. 
Mill Stone Camp, 7. 993, 994, 1003, 
Mill Swamp, 9. 633. 
Millage, Wm., army pay, 17. 233. 
Millan (Millin), Quintin, to leave the 

State, 11. 550-551, 552-553. 
Millpr, Rev., location, 8. 221, 222. 
Millar, Andrew, Elmsly on financial 

dealings of, 9. 1002. 
tory, 22. 230. 
Millar, George, land grant to, 4. 1050. 
Millar, Jacob, land grant to, 4. 1047, 

1049. 
Millar, Phillip, land grant to, 4. 950, 

1050, 1253. 
Millar, Ralph, collector, 23. 373. 
to make powder, 10. 348. 
wages of for making powder, 10. 

405. 
Millar, Richard, land grant to, 4. 1249. 
Millard, Geo. & Co., bill to Tryon for 

goods, 22. 448. 
Mille, Andw., property confiscated. 
Millegan, Jas., army rank, 16. 1108. 
Millegan, Jas., army rank, 16. 1108. 
Millen, Martin, army rank, 16. 1119. 
Millener, Richd., takes oath, 22. 175. 



Miller, 
Miller, 
Miller, 
Miller, 
Miller, 



Miller, 
Miller, 
Miller, 
Miller, 
Miller, 
Miller, 
Miller, 



5. 1205, 1209. 
22. 999. 
, publishes paper, 17. 128. 
, sheriff, 8. 205. 
, Telfair & Co., taken by 
the General Howe, 1 1 . 657. 

Miller, , Young & Co., 8. 9. 

Tories, 24. 334. 

regulators' entry on causes of, 8. 
239. 

Mr., 8. 711. 
Mr., 10. 741, 742. 
Mr., 14. 460. 
Mr., 15. 685. 
Mr., 22. 623. 

Mr., makes pig iron, 12. 629. 
Mr., on com. of assem., 12. 
554, 660; 13. 642. 
Mijler, Mr., property of not to be 

^ taken out of State, 13. 49. 
Miller, Mr., resolution in favor of, 20. 

95. 
Miller, Mr., Tory, 13. 24. 
Miller, Mrs., 9. 357, 1006. 
Miller, Mrs., Caswell to refusing to 
allow her to take property out of 
State, 13. 49. 
recommended to Caswell, 13. 24-25. 
Miller, Capt., pursues Tories, 14. 669, 

783. 
Miller, Lieut., wounded, 15. 638. 
Miller; Lt. Col., field officer, 12. 513, 

519, 542. 
Miller, Av not citizen of N. C, 17. 

148. 
Miller, Abel, army rank, 16. 1117. 
Miller, Abel, in militia, 22. 326. 
Miller, Rev. Adam, helps organize 

Tenn. Synod, 8. 782. 
Miller, Rev. Adam, Jr., labors in Lin- 
coin Co., 8. 792. 
Miller, Andrew, 21. 822. 
Miller, Andrew, a firm loyalist, 11. 
715. 
allowance to, 22. 831. 
and confiscation act, 13. 878. 



in assembly, 6. 


641, 


644, 


647, 661, 


664, 672, 673, 


674, 


678, 


688, 800, 


801, 815, 819, 


832; 


on 


com. of 


assem., 6. 804 


805, 


817, 


823. 



Neilson to on the Whigs and public 

affairs, 9. 1116-1117. 
petition of widow considered, 17. 

308-309, 371. 
property confiscated, 24. 263, 424. 
refuses to sign association, reasons 

and agreement against, 9. 1101- 

1102, 1115. 



MILLER, MRS. ANDREW 109 



MILLER, HENRY 



sells land, 22. 286. 
to Burke on duel, 9. 356-357; on 
Edwards affairs and Prov. Cong., 
9. 1063-1064; on private affairs, 
9. 826-827, 10i()4, 1006, 1096-1097; 
on public affairs, 9. 356-357, 1023, 
1096-1097, 1164, 1205-1206. 
to Johnston, Jones and Hill on capt- 
ure of sons, 15. 415. 
Miller, Mrs. Andrew, 9. 826, 827, 1023, 
1063, 1097, 1206. 
petition considered, 17. 308-309, 371. 
Miller, Anthony, in militia, 22. 330. 
Miller, Anthony, land grant to, 4. 884. 
bill for town on lands of, 8. 294, 
296, 321. 
Miller, Benedict, army pay, 17. 229. 

army rank, 16. 1120. 
Miller, Benj., agrees to disgorge fees, 

8. 521-522. 
Miller, Benj., allowance to, 22. 833. 
Miller, Benj., work as a Baptist, 5. 

1165-1166, 1175. 
Miller, Campbell, refuses to take oath, 

13. 446. 
Miller, Charles, captured, 15. 415. 
Miller, Chas., petitions, 19. 935. 
Miller, Christo., arrested for not go- 
ing to war, 2. 125. 
Miller, Christo., army rank, 16. 1121. 
Miller, Conrod, army rank, 16. 1122. 
Miller, Coonnas, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 
Miller, Daniel, army pay, 17. 229. 

army rank, 16. 1116. 
Miller, Daniel, in army, 13. 519. 
Miller, Daniel, outlawed, 19. 628. 

reward for, 19. 835-836. 
Miller, David, act for him to deliver 
new warrants, 25. 101-2. 
com. to examine ante-dating of land 
warrants, 17. 402-403; on land 
warrants, business of, 20. 102. 
denies issue of land warrants, 17. 

374. 
entry taker, 17. 848, 851. 
in assembly, 17. 878, 879, 936, 947, 

948, 953, 963; 19. 391, 398. 
instructions to, 20. 183, 184. 
makes charges against Gilbert, 19. 

761. 
on com. of assem,, 17. 850, 946. 
petition, 19. 440, 443, 563, 567, 595, 
597, 600, 628, 637, 776, 801, 811; 
21. 986. 
Miller, David, asks suspension of 

Riggs as J. P., 21. 816, 820. 
Miller, David, in militia, 22. 381. 



Miller, Elizabeth, 21. 822. 

Miller, Mrs. Eliz., petition, 20. 79. 

Miller, Evan, juror, 4. 520. 

Miller, Evan, juror, 25. 188. 

Miller, Evan, land grant to, 4. 766. 

Miller, Evan, quit rents of, 22. 247. 

Miller, F., in assem., 20. 68. 

Miller, Frederick, com. on captured 
Amer., 17. 748-749, 752. 
in assembly, 12. 656, 698, 737, 817, 
872, 879; 13. 625, 690, 697, 708, 
709, 712, 717, 721, 785, 799, 812, 
813, 824; 19. 378, 382, 386. 
petitions for division of Orange Co., 

9. 809-810. 

Miller, George, 8. 770. 
Miller, Geo., a J. P., 23. 993. 
Miller, Geo., army rank, 16. 1122. 
Miller, Geo., boat owner, 22. 457. 
Miller, Geo., Br. consul, 20. 781. 
Burgwin (?) to on his desire to re- 
turn to N. C, 14. 303-305. 
to Johnston on his com. as consul, 
20. 789. 
Miller, Geo., buys land, 24. 820. 
Miller, George, captain, 10. 284. 
cattle and flour to be delivered, 8. 

715. 
in Prov. Cong., 9. 1042, 1049, 1178; 

10. 165, 500, 508, 523, 545; on 
com. Prov. Cong., 10. 551, 564, 
566, 571. 

to make sulphur, 10. 565. 
Miller, Geo., captain, 22. 469. 
Miller, George, exempted, 7. 583. 
Miller, George, in militia, 22. 284. 
Miller, Geo., in militia, 22. 330. 
Miller, George, land grant to, 4. 884, 

896. 
Miller, George, leaves Amer. Army, 

11. 766. 

Miller, George, pay to, 22. 1014. 
Miller, Geo., pensioner, 22. 77. 
Miller, Geo., property confiscated, 19. 

672; 24. 263, 424. 
Miller, Geo., town coms'r, 24. 846. 
Miller, George, & Co., bill to Tryon 

for goods, 22. 448. 
Miller, Gilbert, army rank, 16. 1115. 
Miller, Godfrey, pay to, 22. 1013. 
Miller, Henry, army rank, 16. 1111. 
Miller, Henry, army rank, 16. 1112. 
Miller, Henry, in army, 13. 520. 
Miller, Henry, in N. C. battalion, 13. 

343. 
Miller, Henry, lieut, 10. 320. 
Miller, Henry, tries to rob orphans, 2. 

289-290. 



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110 



MILLER, RALPH 



Miller, Isaac, deeds Indian lands, 25. 

507-9. 
Miller, Jacob, a J. P., 3. 244. 
asks for lapsed land, 2. 318. 
Indian ranger, 2. 275. 
juror, 2. 543; 25. 190. 
to sell hogs and cattle, 2. 388. 
Miller, Jacob, army pay, 17. 234. 
Miller, Jacob, in militia, 22. 320. 
Miller, Jacob, in militia, 22. 321. 
Miller, Jacob, in militia, 22. 422. 
Miller, Jacob, land grant to, 4. 1248, 

1252. 
Miller, Jacob, petition for lands, 4. 

954-956. 
Miller, Jacob, petition on cattle and 

hides, 5. 745-746. 
Miller, Jacob, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Miller, Jacob, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Miller, James, IB. 652, 1000. 
Miller, James, allowance to, 20. 31-33, 

35, 92. 
Miller, Jas., army rank, 16. 1109. 
Miller, Jas., army rank, 16. 1197. 
Miller, James, army record, 13. 479. 

captured, 15. 415. 
Miller, James, coms'r. on building, 
24. 411, 473; on school, 24. 863; 

on town coms'r, 24. 935. 
contests election, 19. 328, 337. 
dist. auditor, 24. 422. 
in assem., 19. 1, 2, 22, 82, 115, 116, 
416, 460, 463, 467, 487; 20. 2, 3, 
15, 22, 39, 46, 68, 72, 75, 79, 81, 
82, 83, 89, 102, 169, 216, 319, 329, 
342, 344, 346, 348, 370, 373, 378, 
380, 390, 394, 416, 421, 422, 425, 
426, 427, 434, 437, 473. 
Instructions to on iron works, 20. 

359. 
payment to, 17. 319, 396-397, 400. 
petition, 17. 385; 19. 198, 203; 20. 
80, 245, 422; 21. 255, 282, 631, 
657, 793, 814, 959-960, 986. 
Miller, James, holds Indian boy, 15. 
705, 706. 
to hold Cherokee prisoner, 12. 158, 
171, 335-336. 
Miller, James, in army, 15. 734. 
Miller, James, letter of laid before 

assembly, 12. 7, 12. 
Miller, James, lieut., 10. 937. 
Miller, James, signs Tryon assc, 10. 

162-163. 
Miller, Jero, regulator, 8. 79. 
Miller, Jesse, in militia, 22. 373. 
Miller, Jesse, land returned to, 24. 
541. 



Miller, John, 5. 1211. 

Miller, John, allowance to, 22. 821, 

845. 
Miller, Jno., army rank, 16. 1113. 
Miller, Jno., army rank, 16. 1116. 
Miller, Jno., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Miller, Jno., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Miller, John, building coms'r, 24. 831. 
MUler, John, dead, 17. 407. 
Miller, John, deposition of laid before 

assembly, 12. 4, 5. 
Miller, Jno., in militia, 22. 283. 
Miller, Jno., in militia, 22. 330. 
Miller, Jno., in militia, 22. 373. 
Miller, John, land grant asked, 4. 

709; grant to, 4. 638, 675, 963. 
patents land, 4. 66. 
Miller, John, nom. for militia officer, 

21. 150. 
Miller, John, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Miller, Jno., petitions, 19. 935. 
Miller, John, petitions for new chart- 
er, 9. 79-80. 
Miller, John, surrenders charter of 

Campbelton, 9. 270-271. 
Miller, John, voter, 15. 237. 
Miller, John J., a J. P., 2. 526. 
Miller, John Lekgan, petitions for 

land, 4. 954-956. 
Miller, John Letcher, land grant to, 4. 

63. 
Miller, Jonathan, exempted, 9. 741. 
Miller, Jonathan, army pay, 17. 231. 
Miller, Josiah, army pay, 17. 232. 
army rank, 15. 718; 16. 1110; 18. 

797. 
Miller, Kate, land grant, 4. 273. 
Miller Margaret, 8. 770. 
Miller, Martin, army rank, 15. 724; 

16. 1115. 
land warrant to, 18. 164. 
Miller, Nathan, in C. C, 18. 709, 726, 

754. 
Miller, Patrick, in militia, 22. 396. 
Miller, Peter, army rank, 16. 1121. 
Miller, Phil, land grant asked, 4. 707. 
Miller, Philip, pensioner, 22. 76. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 203, 

217, 221, 225, 250, 258. 
Miller, Phillip, Jr., in militia, 22. 318. 
Miller (Millar), Ralph, a J. P., 4. 683, 

951, 1041, 1243; 6. 1070. 
Improves land, 4. 51. 
land grant to, 4. 329, 945. 
road coms'r., 23. 221. 
Miller, Ralph, act to vest lands in, 24. 

535-4. 
bill to vest land in, 19. 188, 289, 



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111 



MILLER, THOMAS 



290, 291, 293, 311, 314, 315. 
claims paid, 10. 439. 
makes gun powder and premium for 

same, 10. 951. 
petition, 19. 148, 150, 151, 171, 173, 
267, 268. 
Miller, Randall, exempted, 9. 193, 458. 
Miller, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 307. 
Miller, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 330. 
Miller, Richard, land grant to, 4. 1240. 
Miller, Richard, voter, IS. 238. 
Miller, Robert, a J. P., G. 799. 
Miller, Robt., in Conv. 1788, 22. 1, 4, 

25, 27, 30, 31, 34. 
Miller, Rev. Robert Johnston, attends 
N. C. Synod, 8. 773. 
delegate to Lutheran Synod, 8. 791. 
history in revolution, 8. '770. 
influence of in bringing about fra- 
ternal union between Episcopal 
and Lutheran churches, 8. 788, 
789. 
leaves Lutheran church, 8. 780. 
missionary tour of, 8. 777. 
pastor of English Lutheran church, 

8. 770-771, 775, 776. 
work in N. C, 8. 777, 780-781. 
Miller, S., in N. C. battalion, 13. 343. 
Miller, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 1246. 
Miller, Samuel, prisoner, 17. 1046. 
Miller, Solomon, prisoner, 17. 1046. 
Miller, Stephen, a J. P., 23. 992. 
dist. auditor, 24. 422. 
in assembly, 12. 655, 656, 698, 736, 
737, 833, 873, 880; 13. 636, 690, 
697, 708, 709, 712, 717, 721, 784, 
785, 812, 813, 823, 917, 925, 938, 
966, 975, 980, 982, 984, 988, 990, 
1000; 16. 1, 20, 49, 127, 153, 156, 
165, 167; 18. 122, 131, 134, 136, 
146, 151, 154, 156, 161, 171, 185; 
19. 376, 380, 384, 387, 395; 20. 38, 
39, 46, 68, 81, 82, 83, 89, 102; on 
com. of assembly, 16. 51; 18. 151, 
374. 
resolve in favor of, 19. 192, 316, 321. 
sheriff, 21. 1071. 
Miller, Thomas, 1. 228, 229, 230. 
accounts of, 1. 265-267, 285. 
accuses Gillman, 1. 285, 291. 
acting governor of Albermarle, 1. 

287. 
affidavit on Culpepper rebellion, 1. 

278-283. 
affronts rec'd, 1. 296-297. 
answer of Gillam to charges of, 1. 

294-295. 
apothecary, 1. 313, 316. | 



arrested on ship, 1. 301. 

arrives and. proven, 1. 292, 310. 

at Board of Trade meeting and pe- 
titions read, 1. 329. 

attempts to arrest Gillman, 1. 294. 

beaten by White, 1. 259. 

carried to C, 1. 296; to Durant's 
house and accused of treason 1 
299. 

case of presented to Colleton, 1 
286-289. 

causes arrest of Culpepper, 1. 263. 

causes of trouble, 1. 284. 

charges against, 1. 248-249, 273, 281. 

collector of customs, 1. 257 268 
325. 

commissioners of customers on pe- 
tition of, 1. 267-269. 

commissions Biggs, 1. 292, 310. 

complaints and petition ment'd, 1. 
230, 323. 

Crokly testifies for, 1. 234-235. 

deposition from office recommend- 
ed, 1. 328. 

depositions taken against, 1. 314- 
317. 

deprived of office, 1. 276. 

deputy, 1. 286. 

duties in Albermarle, 1. 278. 

escapes from prison and goes to 
Eng., 1. 262-263, 316, 327. 

estate embezzled, 1. 298. 

gives testimony, 1. 300-301. 

goes to Eng., 1. 289, 290. 

gov. of Va. grants warrant for, 1. 
316. 

imprisoned, 1. 248, 256, 257, 264, 
272, 273, 274, 276, 279, 282, 288, 
289, 290, 293, 294, 295, 297, 299- 
300, 310-311, 325, 326, 327. 

in log house, 1. 282, 298. 

indictments of, 1. 313-317. 

King refers petition to Board of T., 
1. 309. 

loses influence, 1. 287. 

obeyed as governor, 1. 299. 

orders annulled, 1. 298. 

papers seized, 1. 297. 

petition, 1. 303-305, 307-308, 322; to 
commissiners of Treasury, 1. 264. 

plot against, 1. 289-290. 

position of, 1. xxi. 

powers, 1. 287, 296-297. 

Proprietors charges against, 1. 287; 
on behavior of, 1. 329. 

prosecutes plotters against him, 1. 
290. 



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112 



MILLS, 



rebels insist on persecution of, 1. 

288. 
report on Culpepper's frauds In cus- 
toms, 1. 255; on N. C. northern 
boundary, 1. 385-386. 
returns to Albemarle, 1. 290. 
satisfaction to be made to, 1. 329, 

330. 
searched, 1. 280. 
sent to Albemarle by East church, 

1. 284; to Va. for trial, 1. 229. 
size of prison, 1. 300. 
summary of his case by Proprietors, 

1. 326-328. 
to be put to death, 1. 297-298. 
treason charged, 1. 290. 
treatment, 1. 250-251; white prison- 
er, 1. 280. 
trial, 1. 256, 258, 273, 274, 281-282, 

299; in Va., 1. 269, 289, 290. 
turned out of office, 2. x. 
work in Albemarle, 1. 272, 278-279, 
297. 
Miller, Thos., a justice, 2. 80-106, 148, 
264, 357-64, 433-441. 
asks for lapsed patent, 2. 330. 
juror, 1. 445, 446, 447. 
to make rent roll, 2. 35. 
vestryman, 2. 209; 23. 7. 
Miller, Thos., a J. P., 23. 993. 
Miller, Thos., a J. P., 23. 993. 
Miller, Thos., clothing to, 14. 715. 
Miller, Tho., juror, 25. 187. 
Miller, Thomas, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-10. 
Miller, Wm., affidavit on toryism of, 
10. 604. 
naturalized, 10. 697. 
paroled, 10. 634; to Johnston, 10. 

683. 
supplies for while in jail, 6. 1146, 

1214, 1215, 1217. 
to be jailed, 10. 631. 
trial of, 6. 999-1000. 
Miller, Wm., army pay, 17. 234. 

army rank, 16. 1122. 
Miller, Rev. Wm., character, G. 1039, 
1040. 
complaints against, 6. 1020; Leard, 

7. 273-274. 
location, 7. 457, 540. 
Miller, Wm., killed, 18. 609. 
Miller, Wm., on S. C. of Wilmington, 

10. 72. 
Miller, Wm., resigns as J. P., 20. 541; 

21. 101. 
Miller, Wm., surety, 10. 159. 
Miller, Willis, juror, 4. 521. 



Miller, Windell, lieut, 10. 320. 
Miller and Blaine, payment by, 17. 

561. 
Miller family, 8. 741. 
Millers, Geo., a J. P., 22. 468. 
Miller's, 7. 1006; 19. 849. 
Miller's, George, 22. 468. 

camp at, 22. 438. 
Millers, instructions to, 24. 132-3. 
Milles, Mr., 10. 815. 
Mi lies, Henry, settler, 1. 76. 
Millett and Estis, to Gates on wagons, 

14. 508. 
Millford, bill to establish town so 

named, 17. 300, 301, 333. 
Millican, Wm., in militia, 22. 397. 
Milligan, James, army record, 13. 

475. ' 
Milligan, James, comptroller of Treas- 
ury, 16. 355. 
reports on accounts of U. S. and N. 
C, 16. 405. 
Milligan, James, lieut, 13. 476. 
Milligan, Joseph, act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 
land grant to, 19. 572. 
M'illikan, James, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 
Millikan, Thomas, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 
Millikin (Millekin), James, a J. P., 3. 
223, 417. 
address to King, 3. 134-135. 
claims, 4. 149. 

in assembly, 3. 635; 4. 115, 116. 
presents petition from Bertie, 4. 

121. 
thanks Boyd for sermon, 4. 118. 
Millikin, James, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 
Millikin, Samuel, town coms'r, 24. 

987. 
Milling, Hugh, prisoner, 16. 673. 
Milllngton, Fr., proposals for recovery 

of customs arrears, 1. 329-331. 
Millington, H., signs presentment of 
Culpepper, 1. 262-263. 
to Lords of treasury on Miller's pe- 
tition, 1. 267-269. 
Millington, Jno., in militia, 22. 285. 
Millingtony, H., on C. affairs, 1. 242- 

244. 
Millner, Mr., 9. 1004, 1006. 
Millor, Daniel, reward for, 17. 106- 

107. 
Millor, Robert, petition on separation, 

22. 705-11. 
Mills, , Q. M., killed, 15. 756. 



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113 



MILLS, WILLIAM 



Mills, Capt., 16. 515. 
asks for money, 14. 859. 
gets clothing, 16. 260. 
gets no clothing, 16. 578. 
joins camp, 16. 288. 
on board of re-arrangement, 1 6. 575. 
on duty, 16. 481. 
rank, 16. 664, 665. 
roster of Co., 16. 1008, 1022, 1024, 
1037, 1038, 1047, 1048, 1070, 1083, 
1084, 1094, 1098, 1099, 1107, 1120- 
21, 1127, 1131, 1139, 1140, 1150, 
1164-5, 1174, 1179, 1191. 
Mills, Col., criticised, 15. 259. 
Mills, Dr., threatens Cherow, 14. 636, 

637. 
Mills, Lt., killed, 15. 756, 757. 
Mills, Alex., recommends Curtis, 9. 

802. 
Mills, Ambrose, encourages co-opera- 
tion with Indians, 10. 730. 
executed, 15. 183. 
Cornwallis on the hanging of, 14. 

733. 
gives bond and takes oath of alleg- 
iance, 10. 827. 
liberty of enlarged, 10. 760. 
size of company, 14. 652. 
raises tory troops and captured, 22. 

186, 237. 
Tryon Safety Com. on enormities of, 
10. 609-610. 
Mills, Ambrose, on Tryon S. C, 10. 

120. 
Mills, Ben., 13. 68. 
Mills, Benj., Cont. Capt., 22. 1049. 
Mills, Benj., lieut, 10. 943. 
Mills, Ben., officer, 18. 486. 
Mills, Blancy, land grant to, 4. 1246. 
Mills, Danl., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Mills, David, in militia, 22. 415. 
Mills, David, land grant asked, 4. 709. 
Mills, Elisha, army rank, 16. 1115. 

in army, 13. 523. 
Mills, Mrs. Elizabeth, petition consid- 
ered, 17. 382. 
Mills, Fred, in militia, 22. 415. 
Mills, Isaac, in militia, 22. 415. 
Mills, Jacob, army rank, 16. 1121. 
Mills (Milles), James, allowance to for 
work at iron works, 12. 159, 327, 
330. 
claims allowed, 10. 989. 
C. of S. to delegates on work of, 11. 

336. 
expenses in connection with iron. 

works to be paid, 10. 687. 
makes pig iron, 12. 697. 



manager of iron furnace, 10. 995, 

996; 11. 395-396. 
opinion on value of iron works 

quoted, 11. 395. 
reports on condition of iron works, 

11. 487-488, 577, 578. 
sent to Phila. in interest of iron 

works, 10. 806-7, 812-13, 869. 
to Council of Safety on iron works 

on Deep River, 10. 647-650. 
to employ iron workers, 10. 693-694. 
Mills, James, complaint against, 1. 
447. 
imports persons, 1. 436. 
Mills, James, Cont. Capt, 22. 1049. 
Mills, J as., in militia, 22. 342. 
Mills, James, lieut., 10. 943. 

officer, 18. 486. 
Mills, James, on S. C. of Halifax Dist., 
10. 215. 
promoted, 17. 141. 
rank, 16. 73, 609, 1120. 
Mills, Jas., tax collector, 19. 706. 
Mills, Jesse, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Mills, John, a J. P. in E. P., 22. 232. 
Mills, John, army pay, 17. 231. 
Mills, J no., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Mills, J no., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Mills, John, land grant to, 4. 69, 350, 
615, 643, 761, 805. 
petitions for new patent, 4. 1045. 
rights proved, 4. 759. 
Mills, John, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Mills, John, signs Pitt Asso., 10. 221. 
Mills, Jno., Jr., in militia, 22. 415. 
Mills, John, Jr., land grant to, 4. 1250. 
Mills, John, Jr., petitions on need of 

money, 7. 866-867. 
Mills, John, Sr., deposition on illegal 

fees, 7. 775, 776. 
Mills, Jno., Sr., in militia, 22. 415. 
Mills, Jos., debt to, 22. 294. 
Mills, Naaman, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Mills, Nesbet, claims to be paid, 10. 

618. 
Mills, Nesbie, land grant to, 4. 892. 
Miills, Nesly, land grant to, 4. 343. 
Mills, Norlen, Jr., in militia, 22. 415. 
Mills, Norlen, Sr., in militia, 22. 415. 
Mills, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 397. 
Mills, Robert, land grant to, 4. 855. 
Mills, Robt., Jr., in militia, 22. 162. 
Mills, Thos., claims, 4. 808. 

land grant to, 4. 1044. 
Mills, Thos., in militia, 22. 342. 
Mills, Wm., coms'r to fix site, 25. 271; 

to locate C. H., 25. 246. 
Mills, Wm., in militia, 17. 1059. 



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114 



MINERALS 



Mills, Wm., in militia, 22. 342. 
Mills, Wm., land grant to, 4. 332, 631, 
649, 804, 962. 
rights proved, 4. 596. 
Mills, Wm., signs Pitt Asso., 10. 221. 
Mills, Wm., Jr., in militia, 22. 342. 
Mills, act on building, 23. 48-49, 333, 
485-7; 24. 131-3, 743; 25. 109, 110, 
160; to encourage building of, 2. 
206-207; on D. S. Canal, 25. 89- 
90; and directing duty of millers, 
24. 131-3. 
at Cross Creek, 15. 209. 
bill to encourage building, 4. 477, 
505; 9. 398, 498, 502, 507, 726, 776, 
848, 906, 908, 917; 12. 162, 165, 
170, 172, 180, 185, 220, 255, 325- 
326, 330, 333, 343, 346, 354; 13. 
356; 20. 171, 178, 228, 240, 346, 
356, 417; 21. 359, 375, 686; to pre- 
vent building of, 21. 757, 906, 908, 
910, 921. 
built by Brooks, 4. 50. 
facilities for, 5. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 13- 

14. 
millers exempted from jury duty, 

23. 635. 
note on acts to encourage building, 

3. 184. 
of Rowan, 4. 280. 
on Cape Fear, 6. 1030. 
only one in province, 1. 913. 
protection of, 16. 207, 210. 
public, bill for erection of, 5. 1021, 
1022, 1023, 1036, 1047, 1049, 1051, 
1059, 1061, 1065, 1097. 
reward for, 9. 1130. 
saw, on Cape Pear and elsewhere, 

7. 201-202. 
scarcity of, 2. xii-xiii. 
to be built, 1. 531. 
tolls allowed by law, 2. 207. 
Mill's Creek, 22. 222. 
Mills's, inspection at 25. 313, 379. 
Millstones, 5. 354. 

Milner, Mr., 9. 1023, 1063, 1096, 1206. 
Milner, Arthur, 9, 1023. 
Miilner, Benjamin, claim, 9. 488; al- 
lowed, 9. 413, 414, 527, 528, 536. 
debts due by, 8. 280-281. 
dues from as sheriff, 9. 575. 
Milner, Fran., takes depositions, 1. 

645, 676-677. 
Milner, Humphrey, petition against 

marriage act, 9. 623-625. 
Milner, Jacob, in militia, 22. 383. 
Milner, James, 24. 286. 
does not take oath, 22. 169. 



law suit of, 8. 185. 

to Williams on law cases, 9. 346-347. 

Milner, Pateswell, coms'r to sell gran- 
ary, 24. 626. 

Milner, Thos., takes depositions, 1. 
645, 676-677. 

Milners, Benj., allowance to, 22. 878. 

Milner's, British at, 15. 138, 143. 

Milney, George, surrenders charater 
of Campbelton, 9. 270-271. 

Milnor, James, and confiscation act, 
13. 878. 

Milsaps, Joseph, in militia, 17. 1056. 

Milson, John, refuses to take oath, 
13. 446. 

M'iltier, Jethro, army pay, 17. 229. 

Milton, Capt., with Marion, 14. 666. 

Milton, Bowib, juror, 4. 524. 

Milton, John, 11. 323. 

Milton, J no., army rank, 16. 1114. 

Milton, Jonathan, 22. 339, 341. 

Milton, Richard, land lapses, 2. 642. 

Milton, Wm., released from attach- 
ment, 5. 824. 

Milton, 5. 1185; 15. 458. 

Milton, name of Campbelton to be 
changed to, 19. 214, 215-216, 347, 
353. 

Miimm, David, 23. 820. 

Mimm's Mill, 23. 820. 

Mimms's, 8. 500. 

Mims, John, regulator, 8. 79. 

Mims, Thomas, land grant, to, 4. 965. 

Mims, Thomas, regulator, 7. 808. 

Mims, Thomas, regulator, 7. 809. 

Mims, Thomas, regulator, 8. 79. 

Mims, Thomas, regulator, 8. 79. 

Mims, Wm., regulator, 8. 79. 

Mince, W., Baptist minister, 5. 1192. 

Minchead, Maucmilon, in militia, 22. 
358. 

Minchew, Boas, in militia, 22. 358. 

Minchew, Richard, buys land, 4. 34. 

Minchew, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 358. 

M'incy, Rich'd, quit rents of, 22. 257. 

Mine, Jas., in militia, 22. 473. 

Mine, Joseph, road overseer, 2. 479. 

Minekin, James, land grant to, 4. 638. 

Miner. See Minor. 

Miner, John, asks for land, 2. 282. 

Miner, John, takes oath, 22. 170. 

Minerals, excepted for proprietors, 1. 
183, 237; 25. 135. 
found on lands of Dobbs, 5. 356. 
granted to Heath, 1. 6. 
leased to DeGraffenried and Michel, 

1. 723. 
part reserved to King, 4. 254, 262; 



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MINORCA 



5. 770; to Proprietors, 1. 183, 237, 
335; 25. 135. 
Miners, under employ of DeGraffen- 
ried arrive in London, 1. 973-974. 
Minerva, 19. 895. 
Minerva, frigate, 17. 480. 
Minerva, ship, 28. 453. 
Mines, Alexander, petitions for Mc- 

Dugal, 9. 683-684. 
Mines, report on, 6. 813. 
granted to Proprietors, 1. 22, 103. 
leased to DeGraffenried and Michel, 

1. 723. 
Spottswood on, 1. 847-849. 
to go to Proprietors, 25. 135. 
value in S. C, 2. 722. 
west of the Mississippi, 2. 351. 
Ming (Minge), James, imports per- 
sons, 1. 653-654. 
juror, 2. 442; 25. 186. 
law suits, 2. 150. 

to survey N. C. and Va. boundary 
and instructions, 1. 614, 615. 
Ming, John, in militia, 15. 400. 
Ming, Jos., in militia, 22. 356. 
Ming (Minge), Josepli, juror, 2. 699, 
821; 25. 185. 
land lapses, 2. 484. 
Ming, Joseph, claims, 4. 150. 
juror, 4. 516. 
quit rents of, 22. 256. 
road coms'r, 23. 214. 
in militia, 22. 356. 
Ming, Nath., quit rents of, 22. 256. 
Ming Nath II, juror, 4. 516. 

road coms'r, 23. 214. 
Ming, Nathaniel, whipped, 2. 315. 
Ming, Thos., in militia, 22. 356. 
Ming, Thomas, juror, 4. 517. 
Ming, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 256. 
Mingatashl<a, makes treaty wits U. S., 
28. 493-495. 

Minge, , land lapses, 2. 500. 

Minge, David, Jr., sells land, 24. 

528-9. 
Minge, David, Sr., 24. 528. 
Minge, Mary, sells land, 24. 528-9. 
Minge, Ruth, imported, 1. 654. 

Mingo, , army rank, 16. 1108. 

Mingo Hoopoic, treaty with U. S. for 

Choctaws, 18. 799-802. 
Mingoes, go to war against colonists, 

10. 661. 
Mings, James, vestryman,, 2. 208; 23. 

7. 
Mington, John, to Nash on his com- 
mission as clerk, 14. 845. 
Miniature, Party-Tyranny; or an oc- 



casional bill in, 2. 890-923. 
Minister, insulted, 2. 922. 
Ministers, act for maintenance of, 1. 
572; 2. 867-882; 25. 151, 365. 
all regular m. allowed to perform 
marriage ceremony, 23. 997. 
amount of salary in S. C, 2. 872. 
bad character, 1. 713. 
bill to encourage, 19. 435, 726, 767, 

771. 
difficulties of, 1. 602. 
exempted from drafts, 24. 361; from 

musters, 23. 941. 
Gerrard appears, 1. 616. 
incorporated, 2. 871-872. ? 
instructions on, 5. 1136. 
lack of, 1. 602, 7.66; 5. 314, 315, 
lands for use of, 1. 92. 
list of, 7. 457. 
methods of removal in S. C, 2. 873- 

874. 
need of, 3. 48. 

no maintenance for in Md., 1. 234. 
none in Albemarle, 1. 184. 
none in province, 3. 152; 2. 755. 
not to sit in gen. assem., 10. 1011; 

22. 668. 
number in province, 7. 490. 
penalty for immorality and perqui- 
sites, 23. 190. 
petition for, 1. 604. 
public money to be appropriated 

for, 24. 879. 
punishment considered, 6. 716, 722. 
rights and privileges, 6. xxx, xxxi, 

xxxii. 
salary, 2. 211, 228. 
voluntary subscriptions for, 1. 616. 
wanted in S. C, 1. 207. 
Minnes, Jno., in militia, 22. 419. 
Minnin's Ferry, British near, 22. 547. 

Minnis, -, brigade major, 12. 512, 

533, 542. 
Minnis, Holman, prisoner, 16. 672. 
Minnis, James, juror, 8. 72. 
Minnis, John, in Indian war, 10. 760. 

pensioner, 22. 77. 
Minon, Richard, shipmaster, 13. 95. 
Minor. See Miner. 
Minor, George, pay to, 22. 487. 
Minor, Geo., takes oath, 22. 171. 
Minor, James, a J. P., 4. 348. 
land grant to, 4. 342, 349. 
Minor, Thomas, army pay, 17. 230. 
Minor, Thos., in Indian War, 10. 754. 
Minora, Nicholas, deserts, 11. 729; 

15. 703. 
Minorca, 5. 609. 



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116 



MISSISSIPPI 



reported as captured, 5. 611. 
Minot's History of Mass., quoted, 5. 

251-255. 
Minott, John, prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Minott, John, Jr., prisoner, 17. 1046. 
Minsey, John, quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Minsey, Richard, juror, 2. 474, 704. 
IViinshaw, Diamissian, petitions on 

county bounds, 9. 633-634. 
Minshaw (IVlenshaw), Richard, en- 
croaches on Indians, 4. 632. 
Minshew, Jacob, in militia, 22. 360. 
IVlinshew, Jno., army rank, 16. 1116. 
Minshew, Jno., in militia, 22. 360. 
IVlinshew, Jno., Jr., in militia, 22. 360. 
Minson, Mas., army rank 16. 1118. 
Mint, ordinance to establish, 18. 764- 

767, 769. 
Minton, Jethro, recommends Earle, 6. 

241. 
Minute Men, organization, 10. 204- 
205, 207, 208, 284, 285, 286-288, 
289, 291, 294, 354. 
plan to regulate considered, 10. 

196-201. 
rank, 10. 367-368. 
to disband, 10. 515. 
Minyard, Jno., army rank, 16. 1118. 
Minyard, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 
602. 
nights proved, 4. 598. 
Mior, Andrew, in militia, 22. 384. 
Mire, John, 22. 463. 
Mire, Jacob, bill of and pay to, 22. 

468. 
Mires, Henry, in army, 15. 718. 
Mires, John, army pay, 17. 229. 

army rank, 16. 1116. 
Miro (Mero) Dist., Terin., 21. vi, 180, 
251, 253, 269, 272, 329, 357, 385, 
401, 423, 435, 615, 617, 624, 637, 
685, 710; 25. 1, 2, 3. 
act for more time for surveys, 25. 
62; for relief of those wounded 
by Indians, 25. 58-9; on sale of 
salt licks and springs, 25. 31-3; to 
create, 24. 975; 26. 60; to pro- 
vide salary for judge, 25. 60. 
atty gen. for elected, 21. 403-404, 

412, 712, 714, 717. 
bill for relief of persons wounded 
by Indians, 21. 284, 287, 341, 405, 
636, 714, 718; salary for etc. and 
appoint judge for, 21. 340, 346, 
374, 399; to make extra allow- 
ance to judge ot, 21. 314, 676, 708. 
militia officers for, 20. 565, 567, 



568; 21. 123, 125, 127. 
Mirrer, Ephriam, army pay, 17. 231. 
Mirrideth. See Meredith, Meridith. 
Mirrideth, Thos., land lapses, 2. 484. 
Miry Creel<, 2. 795. 

Miscegenation, act an and penalty 
for, 23. 65, 195, 345. 
See also Intermarriages. 
Misdemeanors, ordinance on, 10. 983, 
992. 
tried before co. cts., 25. 407. 
Misdemeanors of officers, Eng. act on 

in force in N. C, 23. 319. 
Misell, Wm., juror, 4. 525. 
Misgovernment, cases cited by assem- 
bly, 3. viii. 
Misinlina, J., receives pay for soldiers, 

27. 209. 
Mispleadings, Eng. act on in force in 

N. C, 23. 322. 
Misprision of treason, act to define 
and punish, 24. 9-12, 84-89, 124, 
213, 267, 329, 395, 427, 490. 
Eng. act on in force in N. C, 23. 
325. 
Missilimakinac Fort, to be cont'd, 7. 

708. 
Missionaries, Blair, 1. 600-3. 
free passage over ferries to, 4. 549, 

561, 571. 
need of, 2. 126, 200-201, 430, 432-433, 

531, 605; 6. 710. 
number needed, 4. 878. 
not supported by people, 2. 122. 
salary, 4. 753; not paid, 4. 754. 
will of Taylor, 2. 492, 493. 
see also S. P. G. 
Missions, Presbyterian, 5. 1199. 
Missoures, 6. 1320. 
Mississippi, 11. 592. 
Mississippi (Messissippi, Misohacebe, 
Missisipy) River, 4. x, xiil, 158, 
256, 1074; 5. xxx, xli, Iv, 109, 320, 
321, 360, 370, 385, 464, 465, 466, 
584, 635; 6. 25, 260, 521, 617, 618, 
785, 806; 6. 1032; 7. 214, 234, 236, 
238, 239, 270, 281, 282, 508, 839; 
9. 179, 320; 10. 374, 376; 11. 372, 
755; 13. 379; 14. 244; 16. 342, 
710, 888, 912, 920; 17. 26, 77, 79, 
465, 466, 519, 580; 18. 493, 787; 
19. 612, 621, 905; 20. vli, 294, 536, 
653, 745, 746; 21. 351; 22. 1000; 
24. 141, 478, 562, 565. 
Americans take Spanish fort on, 

17. 524. 
and U. S. boundary, 16. 750, 759; 



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117 



MITCHELL, MR. 



17. 6; boats seized, 22. 675. 
boundary of English possessions, 6. 

992. 
bounds N. C, 4. 1073. 
conquest of hoped, 6. 221. 
danger of attack from, 5. 830. 
fine navigation of, 22. 899-902. 
French and Spanish to be removed 
from region of, 6. 974, 975; 11. 
181. 
French colony on, 2. 177, 231, 232, 
383, 422; fort on, 5. 174, 222; re- 
treat to, 5. 987; should be driven 
from, 6. 60, 64; troops for, 5. 569. 
Included in Va. charter, 2. 383. 
land grabbing expedition to be sent 

to, 10. 324. 
Mass. and Conn, claims extend to, 

17. 99. 
navigated by French, 2. 421. 
navigation of, 14. 205; 18. 359; 20. 
242, 602, 677, 735, 745; 21. 475, 
539; discussed, 20. 274, 279-280, 
289, 471; left open, 16. 752; 18. 
8. 
occupied by French, 3. 10, 111. 
proposals for settlement of Transyl- 
vania on, 9. 1129-1131. 
proposed as boundary of French 

and English, 2. 350-351. 
proposed settlement of Swiss on, 

1. 965. 
quarrel over, 17. 187. 
resolves on navigation of, 21. 509- 

510. 
sources, 5. 10, 11. 
Spain not willing for U. S. to go to, 

15. 57. 
trade on, 6. 1320. 
white settlers on, 10. 765, 766. 
Mississippi Valley, claimed by Spain, 

21. V. 
Mitchall. See Mitchell. 
Mitchall, Abram, road coms'r., 23. 

221. 
Mitchel. See Michel, Mitchell. 

Mitchel, , escapes from jail, 6. 

743. 
Mitchel, Abraham, in militia, 22. 160. 
Mitchel, Anthony, in militia, 22. 338. 
Mitchel, Anthony, land grant to, 4. 

950. 
Mitchel, Arthur, petitions for division 

of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
Mitchel, David, claims allowed, 8. 468 
Mitchel, David, horse racer, 9. 370. 
Mitchel, David, in militia, 22. 375. 



Mitchel, David, juror, 7. 843, 845, 846. 
Mitchel, Davis, petitions on land 

grants, 11. 250-254. 
Mitchel, Edmund, land grant to, 4. 

946. 
Mttchel, 

539. 
Mitchel, 



Edward, petition ment'd, 3. 



on land 



Frances, petitions 

grants, 11. 250-284. 
Mitchel, Isham, in militia, 22. 162. 
M'itchel, Jacob, in militia, 22. 352. 
Mitchel, James, and Tuscarora affairs, 

7. 360-361. 
Mitchel, James, claim allowed, 22. 

403. 
Mitchel, James, in militia, 22. 166. 
Mitchel, Jas., in militia, 22. 308. 
Mitchel, Jas., in militia, 22. 375. 
Mitchel, James, land grants to, 4. 616. 
Mitchel, James, takes oath, 22. 176. 
Mitchel, James, vestryman, 25. 250. 
Mitchel, John, petition on county 

bounds, 9. 633-634. 
Mitchel, John, petition on C. H., 9. 

806-8. 
Mitchel, J no., petition on separation, 

22. 705-11. 
Mitchel, John, quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Mitchel, John, Jr., in militia, 22. 160. 
Mitchel, Josiah, in militia, 22. 371. 
Mitchel, Josiah, takes oath, 22. 176. 
Mitchel, Julius, petition on C. H., 9. 

806-808. 
Mitchel, R., clerk S. Franklin, 22. 

714, 727. 
Mitchel, Robt., in militia, 22. 368. 
Mitchel, Robt., in militia, 22. 371. 
Mitchel, Robert, land grant to, 4.703- 

704. 
Mitchel, Robert, regulators' entry on 

cause of, 8. 236. 
Mitchel, Theophales, in prison, 15. 

532. 
Mitchel, Will., land grant to, 4. 335. 
Mitchel, Wm., army rank, 16. 1118. 
Mitchel, Wm., in militia, 22. 275. 
See Michel, Mitchel. 
, circular of ment'd, 14. 



Mitchell. 
Mitchell, 
820. 
Mitchell, 
Mitchell, 
Mitchell, 
Mitchell, 
Mitchell, 
Mitchell, 
Mitchell, 
Mitchell, 



pay to, 22. 499. 
. jailed, 22. 846. 
2. 167. 
8. 250. 
11. 786, 796. 
13. 371, 374, 381. 
16. 856. 
aids and advises Barn- 



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118 



MITCHELL, JAMES 



com. of assem., 
727, 823; 13. 534, 



12. 

626, 



Q. M., 12. 499, 500. 
takes losses to Burke, 



well, 1. 904. 
Mitchell, Mr., in 
560, 665, 
627. 
Mitchell, Mr. 
Mitchell, Mr. 
15. 624. 
Mitchell, Mr., to report on powder, 10. 

135. 
Mitchell, Capt., wounded, 15. 751. 
Mitchell, Col., and army frauds, 18. 
308. 
examined on frauds, 18. 108, 335. 
on New River, 22. 539. 
M'.tchell, Col., besieges Indians, 1. 875. 
causes arrest of men for mutiny, 1. 

870. 
commands troops at Neuse, 1. 874. 
Mitchell, Maj., 14. 828, 832. 

to report on troops, 15. 404. 
Mitchell, Abner, army rank, 16. 1121. 
Mitchell, Abraham, a J. P., 3. 256; 4. 
46, 346. 
powder receiver, 4. 374, 403. 
rights proved, 4. 598. 
Mitchell, Abraham, army pay, 17. 230. 

army rank, 15. 721; 16. 1108. 
Mitchell, Adam, petition on C. H., 9. 
806-808. 
sells land for Presbyterian church, 
7. 507, 857-859. 
Mitchell, Alex., exempted, 6. 482. 
Mitchell, Alexander, jailed, 22. 846. 
Mitchell, Alex., petitions for exchange, 

15. 150, 154-155. 
Mitchell, Andrew, a J. P., 5. 813. 

land grant to, 4. 1250. 
Mitchell, Andrew, claim, 9. 489. 
Mitchell, Andw., petitions, 19. 933. 
Mitchell, Andrew, vestryman, 23. 

384. 
Mitchell, Arch'd., takes oath, 22. 170. 
Mitchell, Arthur, army rank, 16. 1111. 
Mitchell, Bethw., army rank, 16. 1116. 
Mitchell, Billy, leaves Indiam lands, 

25. 507-9. 
Mitchell, Chas., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Mitchell, Charles, exempted, 9. 458. 
Mitchell, Charles, petition on C. H., 

9. 806-807. 
Mitchell, Charles, public buildings to 

be on lands of, 24. 798. 
Mitchell, Charles, takes oath, 22. 168. 
Mitchell, David, a J. P., 23. 993. 
Mitchell, David, asks pardon for 

Fruit, 9. 93-94. 
Mitchell, David, claims allowed, 9. 



717, 756. 
Mitchell, David, in militia, 22. 365. 
Mitchell, David, juror, 8. 72. 
Mitchell, David, lieut. of light horBe, 

13. 734; 14. 264. 
Mitchell, David, pensioner, 22. 75. 
Mitchell, Edward, a J. P., 4. 4. 

land grant to, 4. 55, 56. 

Mitchell, Elijah, in assem., 21. 2, 3, 

35, 43, 47, 52, 66, 68, 74, 77, 92, 

106, 109, 115, 121, 155, 157, 160, 

168, 179, 189. 

in Conv. 1788, 22. 2, 5, 25, 28, 29, 

30, 31. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 46, 49. 
Mitchell, Ephm., prisoner, 16. 671. 
Mitchell^ Ezkl., army rank, 16. 1119. 
Mitchell, Fredk., army rank, 16. 1111. 
Mitchell, George, army pay, 17. 229. 
army rank, 16. 1120. 
captain, 10. 518, 520, 620, 632, 640. 
coms'r of navigation, 24. 593; on 

school, 24. 534. 
in assembly, 12. 656, 698, 723, 736, 
737, 816, 872, 879; 13. 625; 16. 2; 
3, 28, 49, 127, 153, 156, 165, 167; 
17. 715; 18. 23, 24, 59, 61, 69, 90, 
134, 136, 154, 156, 161, 171, 185, 
211, 314, 451; 19. 9, 375, 378, 388, 
389, 394; 20. 193, 249, 353, 369, 
370, 378, 380, 390, 416, 426, 427, 
431, 434, 473, 500, 580. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 38. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 501. 
on com. of assembly, 16. 27, 28; 
17. 643, 723, 727, 735; 18. 31, 46, 
57, 80, 264, 283, 285. 
on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 504. 
pensioner, 22. 75. 
petition, 18. 103, 126, 164-165, 178, 

351, 395. 
resigns as colonel, 20. 274, 456. 
Mitchell, Geo., major, 22. 966. 
Mitchell, Gilbert, army pay, 17. 233. 
Mitchell, Jacob, army pay, 17. 230. 
army rank, 16. 1117. 
claim, 9. 488; allowed, 9. 413, 414, 

527, 528, 536; 22. 878. 
pensioner, 22. 75. 
Mitchell, Jacob, takes oath, 22. 172. 

wagons hired from, 8. 709. 
Mitchell, James, a J. P., 4. 813. 
Mitchell, James, army pay, 17. 229. 
army rank, 16. 1117. 
pensioner, 22. 76. 
Mitchell, Jas., in militia, 22. 365. 
Mitchell, James, leases Indian lands. 



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119 



MOBILE 



25. 507-9. 

Mitchell, James, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-8. 

Mitchell, James, takes oath, 22. 168. 

Mitchell, James, vestryman, 23. 497. 

Mitchell, Jese, army rank, 16. 1118. 

Mitchell, Jesfe, army rank, 16. 1119. 

Mitchell, Jo., prisoner, 10. 970, 991. 

Mitchell, Joab, in militia, 22. 365. 

Mitchell, Joab, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 

Mitchell, Job, army rank, 16. 1111. 

Mitchell, John, 11. 814, 820, 822, 826. 

Mitchell, John, allowed to export 
wheat, 1. 852. 

Mitchell, John, army pay, 17. 229. 

Mitchell, John, army pay, 17. 230. 

Mitchell, John, army pay, 17. 230. 

Mitchell, Jno., army rank, 16. 1115. 

Mitchell, Jno., army rank, 16. 1118. 

Mitchell, Jno., army rank, 16. 1119. 

Mitchell, Jno., army ramk, 16. 1197. 

Mitchell, John, army record, 13. 479. 

Mitchell, John, at council of war, 7. 
842. 
furnishes goods, 7. 1009; 22. 406. 
in assem., 7. 320, 342, 343, 397, 411; 

on com. of assem., 7. 345. . 
surety, 8. 18-19. 
to build jail, 23. 621. 
Tryon to on goods for Cherokees, 

7. 466-467. 
witness, 7. 859. 

Mitchell, John, court martialed, 12. 
488. 

Mitchell, John, in army, 15. 734. 

Mitchell, John, petitions for division 
of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 

Mitchell, John, treasonable letters di- 
rected by, 14. 871, 872, 873. 

Mitchell, Jos., in army, 15. 719. 

Mitchell, Josh., army rank, 16. 1111. 

Mitchell, Mark, Watauga, to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 

Mitchell, Martha, petition, 20. 224, 
259, 408, 414, 435, 445. 

Mitchell, Nathaniel, in C. C, 18. 488, 
548, 552, 640, 641. 
expected in C. C, 20. 603. 

Mitchell, Nazareth, pensioner, 22. 77. 

Mitchell, Oliver, army rank, 16. 1117. 

Mitchell, Oliver, army rank, 16. 1121. 

Mitchell, Peter, asks increased salary 
for inspectors, 5. 961. 

Mitchell, R., clerk S. of Franklin, 22. 
714, 727. 

Mitchell, Randolph, takes oath, 22. 



176. 
Mitchell, Robert, lamd grant to, 4. 635. 
Mitchell, Robert, pay to, 22. 924. 
Mitchell, Robert, petition on C. H., 9. 

806-809. 
Mitchell, Solomon, 22. 155. 
Mitchell, Theophilus, 20. 408, 435. 

army rank, 16. 1119. 
Mitchell, Wm., administrator, 2. 67. 
asks for land patent, 2. 353. 
petitions for appraisers, 2. 68. 
Mitchell, Wm., army rank, 16. 1109. 
Mitchell, Wm., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Mitchell, Wm., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Mitchell, Wm., army rank, 16. 1122. 
Mitchell, Wm., in army, 13. 521. 
Mitchell, Wm., regulator, 7. 736. 
Mitchell's, 15. 379, 383. 
Mitchell's River, 22. 100, 141. 
Mitchener, John, juror, 4. 516. 
Mitchillemackenac^ not surrendered, 

17. 588. 
Mitchin, Jeremiah, land grant to, 4. 

588-589. 
Mitchiner, Jeremiah, in militia, 22. 

326. 
Mites, Geo., juror, 25. 190. 
Mitford, Anthony, 19. 143. 
Mittam's Point, act for town on, 23. 

170-171, 336; repealed, 25. 330. 
Mittimus, must be used for, imprison- 
ment, 3. 104, 105. 
use of, 5. 1121. 
Mixedon, John, deposition by ment'd, 

8. 307. 
Mixom, Chas., army rank, 16. 1112. 

Mixon, , to be arrested, 10. 427. 

Mixon, George, surety, 5. 423-424. 
Mixon, Jno., in militia, 22. 320. 
Mixon, John, law suit, 2. 99, 150. 
Mixon, Salathial, claims allowed, 6. 

210. 
Mizell, Edward, a volunteer, 14. 839. 
Mizell, Ed., in militia, 22. 270. 
Mizell (Mizzle), Luke, act for town on 

lands of 24. 777-8. 
bill for town on lands of, 20. 62, 

90. 
town coms'r, 24. 777. 
Mizell, Luke, Sr., juror, 4. 523. 
Mizell, Wm., pensioner, 22. 77. 
Mob, banishes Sothell, 1. 371. 

in England, 14. 592. 
Mobile (Mobeil, Movill, Moville), Ala., 

5. 385; 6. 618, 785; 7. 237; 8. 

588, 671; 9. 179; 10. 329, 763, 764, 



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120 



MOITOY 



765, 767, 780, 785, 845, 861; 11. 
204; 17. 519; 22. 184, 185, 1000. 

capture reported, 15. 317. 

ceded to Eng., 11. 192. 

conference at by Indians and Span- 
iards, 17. 83. 

conquest hoped, 6. 221. 

French at, 2. 177, 179, 231, 232, 422; 
help Yemassees, 2. 197; should be 
driven from, 6. 60, 64. 

Galvez at, 15. 253. 

Indian interpreter in, 7. 839. 

limitations on settlement of, 11. 
185, 195. 

possible attack on, 8. 25. 
Mobile Bay, 5. 751. 
Mobile (Morllla) Fort, 2. 231, 232. 
Mobile River, 5. 465; 6. 6l7. 

fort needed on, 5. 466, 467, 468. 
Mobley, Edward, militiaman, 9. 344. 
Mobley, Edward, militiaman, 9. 689. 
Mobley, Jeremiah, militiaman, 9. 344, 

689. 
Mobley, Israel, signs Pitt asso., 10. 

221. 
Mobley, Wm., land grant to, 4. 628. 
Mobley, Wm., pay to, 22. 1013. 
Mobson, Arthur. See Mabson, Arthur. 
Mock, Christia, in militia, 22. 321. 
Mock^son Swamp, 24. 838. 
Mocoson Gap, 20. 773. 
Mocossin Swamp, 23. 820. 
Model, the Grand. See Fundamental 

Constitutions. 
Model of government for Carolina. 

See Fundamental Constitutions. 
Modlan, James, army pay, 17. 231. 
Modley, Elisha, army pay, 17. 231. 
Modlin, Benj., army rank, 16. 1113. 
Modlin, Elisha, army pay, 17. 232. 

army rank, 15. 724; 16. 1116. 
Modlin, Ezekl, army rank, 16. 1116. 
Modiin, Jeremiah, army pay, 17. 232. 

army rank, 16. 1113. 
Modlin, Miles, army pay, 17. 232. 

army rank, 16. 1116. 
Modlin, Thomas, army rank, 16. 1116. 
Modlin, Zebulon, 17. 232. 

army rank, 15. 724; 16. 1116. 
Modling, Benj., in army, 15. 726. 
iVlodling, Miles, in army, 15. 725. 
Modling, Thos., in army, 15. 724. 
Modyford, Thos., ment'd, 1. 48. 

letter to on settlements, 1. 46-47. 

on proposed Barbadoes colony, 1. 
41-42. 



powers to, 1. 59. 
proposals sent to, 1. 58. 
Moffat, John, petition on land grants, 

9. 1260-1263. 
Moffit, Wm., detects knavery of Wood, 

7. 764. 
Moffitt, James, regulator, 7. 737. 
Moffitt, Wm., exempted from pardon, 

7. 851. 
Mogar, Timothy, in Davidson's Co., 
14. 294. 
regulator, 7. 734, 813. 
to Tryon on regulators, 7. 811-812. 
Mogar, Timothy, in Davidson Co., 14. 

294. 
Moglin, Freeman, army rank, 16. 1122. 
Mohaves, Richard, army pay, 17. 232. 
Mohaw Indians, go to war, 4. 822. 
Mohawk River, settlements on Indian 

lands considered, 6. 582-584. 
Mohawks (Mohocks), aid Tuscaroras, 
2. 49. 
send war message to Cherokees, 10. 

773-774, 776-779, 780. 
sent to Cherokees, 6. 740. 
Mohocks Country, 7. 294. 
Mohun, Hertz, petitions for Windsor 

as C. H., 9. 804-806. 
Moir (Moyer), Rev. James, 4. 924. 
character, 6. 710, 1039-40. 
dead, 7. 458(?), 786. 
deposition ment'd, 4. 1236; in case 
of Lithgow vs. Moore and Rice, 4. 
1110, 1111, 1121-1123. 
employed in Edgecombe, 4. 872. 
itinerant missionary and character, 

7. 102-103. 
letters quoted, 4. 794. 
to S. P. G. on church affairs, 4. 
621-622, 878, 923; 6. 233-234, 1050- 
1053; on currency, 4. 754-756; on 
Dobbs, 7. 7; on failure of assem- 
bly to provide for ministers, 4. 
603-604; on his own conduct, 6. 
978-80; on his work, 4. 605-606, 
606-608, 754-756, 791-792, 795; 6. 
233-234, 316-317, 578, 735, 994-995, 
1042; and travels, 7. 265-266; on 
public affairs, 6. 316-317, 552; on 
Tryon's work for church, 7. 145. 
see also Moyer. 
Moir, James, town coms'r, 25. 452. 
Moir, Rev. Thos. (James?), dead, 7. 

458. 
Moira Family, 8. xxxiv. 
Moitoy, medal to, 7. 209. 



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121 



MONEY 



Molasses, chief support of N. C, 2. 
761. 
smuggled and seized, 7. 159. 
statistics of, 26. 1271-2, 1280. 
Molat (Mallett?), Mr., buys provis- 
ions, is: 310, 311. 
See Mallett, Peter. 
Molbone, Malachi, In army, 13. 510. 

Molesworth, , executed as spy, 

11. 437. 
Molesworth, Mr., at meeting of Board 

of Trade, 2. 193. 
Molett (Mallett?), Mr., and provisions 
for army, 14. 590. 
See Mallett, Peter. 
Mollne, Elinor, witness, 1. 450. 
Mollne (Mollnes, Maliones, Molin, 
Moiline), Robert, estate given to 
sisters, 2. 377. 
juror, 1. 415, 426, 427, 428, 430, 446. 
law suit, 1. 433, 445, 449. 
surety, 1. 449. 
witness, 1. 447. 
Moline's Creek, 1. 629. 
Mollet, Thos., army rank, 16. 1118. 
Molley, Archd, property confiiscated, 

19. 672. 
Molley and Pegy, brigantine, 4. 1119. 
Mollish, Aaron, attends Board of 

Trade, 4. 437. 
Molloy, Mr., 2. 760. 
Molloy, T., coms'r on pension claims, 

24. 736. 
Molls Run, 22. 322. 
Molpus, Henry, voter, 15. 237. 
Molpus, James, voter, 15. 237. 
Molten, Maj., 19. 742. j 

Molten, John, trustee, 24. 929. ] 

Molton, Mr., on com. of assembly, 17. 

914. 
Molton (Molten), Abraham, 13. 311; 
19. 742. 
captain, 10. facing, 680. 
Lillington to on movement of Br., 

15. 496. 
petitions on roads and ferries, 5. 

164-166. 
to Burke on raising of troops, 15. 
499. 
Molton, Elizabeth, bill to divorce, 13. 

843. 
Molton, Jacob, army pay, 17. 231. 
Molton, John, 11. 523. 
Molton, John, act to make him trus- 
tee of Torrens, 24. 870-1. 
Molton, Jno., in assem., 19. 391. 
Molton, Jbhn^ Sr.,. capias issued 
against, 2. 266. 



Mome (?) Town, 12. 478. 
Mon , Auborn, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-10, 
Monalapan Bridge, 13. 344. 
Monat, John, prisoner, 15. 392. 
Monat, Wm., 6. 1087. 
Monatt, Wm., to Dry on seizure of 

vessels, 7. 177-178. 
Monceres, Wm., to lay out road, 25. 

474. 
Monck, George. See Albemarle, Duke 

of. 
Monck, John, juror, 25. 188. 
Monckton, Gen., conquers Martinique, 

6. 708. 
Monckton, Robert, at Board of Trade 
meeting, 2. 50-51. 
on Va. boundary dispute, 1. 703- 
704. 
Moncreef, Thos., juror, 25. 188. 
Moncrief. See Montcrief. 

Moncrief, , goes to St. Augustine, 

15. 262. 
Moncrief, Maj., engineer, 15. 248, 280. 
Moncrief, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 247. 
Moncrieff, John, prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Moricrieff, Thomas, juror, 4. 520., 
Mondine, Kittrell, in militia, 22. 323. 
Mondrin, John, patroler, 10. 451. 
Monecatoocha, Indian, favors English 

5. 435. 
Moneck, Jos., juror, 25. 187. 
Moneham, James, 2. 807. 

Money, , sec'y to Cornwallls, 14. 

680. 
Money, Lieut., killed, 15. 305, 306. 
Money, John, pensioner, 22. 75. 
Money, Valentine, building coms'r, 

24. 238. 
Money, act for militia officers to ac- 
count for, 24. 166-7; for tax on 
money, 24. 390-4; on deprecia- 
tion of paper, 24. 484, 485-8; on 
recovery of on promissory notes, 
23. 586-8; on what is to be cur- 
rent in S. C, 25. 142; to fix stan- 
dard of coin, 18. 713-714; to im- 
port half pence, 23. 779; 25. 515. 
advanced on credit of U. S., 14. 505. 
amount of county and State paper 
wanted, 16. 734; of quotas asked 
from each state, 15. 660. 
assembly claims control over, 7. Iv, 

v, vi, xxiv. 
bill for scale of depreciation, 19. 
177-186, 205, 218, 222, 227, 298-299, 
312, 330, 349-351, 354; for settle- 



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122 



MONEY 



ment of accounts in dealing with 
public, 17. 822-823, 838, 868, 869, 
931-932, 936, 938, 951, 969; for tax 
to redeem, 19. 415, 448, 464, 653, 
657, 684, 690, 703, 705, 744, 777, 
788, 798, 800, 809, 811-812; 20. 25, 
40, 53, 101, 205, 206, 263, 267, 287- 
288, 292, 385, 443, 468, 491, 513, 
579, 586-588; on depreciation, 20. 
139, 141; on interest, 19. 615, 640, 
651, 680, 702; to allow deprecia^ 
tion in, 17. 825, 894, 896, 901, 902, 
909, 914, 925, 929, 934, 947; to 
emit paper currency, 12. 790, 791, 
793, 799, 810; 17. 345, 351, 355, 
360, 364-366, 398, 405-406, 410-412, 
413, 415-416; 19. 186, 216, 222, 227, 
307, 310, 326, 346, 349-351, 354, 
356; 20. 67-68, 78-79, 81, 82-83, 102, 
111-112; to prevent fraudulent de- 
preciation, 20. 177-178, 179-180, 
319, 347-348, 354; to sink N. C. 
specie tickets, 19. 428, 762. 

borrowed in W. I. for State, 14. v, 
204. 

brought in by pirates, 2. 306. 

cases not to be plead for, 1. 199; 
25 131. 

commissioners to make to meet in 
Kinston, 13. 256. 

committee to burn report, 18. 102, 
127, 153, 155, 156, 194, 206, 217- 
218, 220-221, 349, 375, 377, 431, 454, 
455, 456; to consider depreciation 
of, 13. 839, 876; 17. 894, 896, 901, 
902, 914, 934; to expedite emis- 
sion of, 10. 527, 532-535, 572-574, 
575-576, 578; to fix scale of de- 
preciation, 17. 811, 815, 816; to 
receive from treasurer, count and 
burn, 13. 562, 563, 596, 605, 664, 
681, 699, 705, 729; to receive old 
bills, 17. 295, 314-315; to receive 
bills and burn, 19. 493, 503, 504, 
614-615, 623, 654, 707; 20. 20, 24- 
25, 26, 33, 45-46, 172, 175-176, 220- 
221, 281-282, 289, 351, 413, 414, 
469, 471, 507, 571-572; 21. 50; con- 
tinental, report on, 16. 446-448. 

correspondence on, 15. 374. 

danger of borrowing too much, 16. 
755-756. 

depreciation of currency, 17. vii. 

discussed, 10. 895-896. 

drawing of from Cont. Treasury, etc. 
discussed, 11. 511-512. 

efforts to borrow, 14. 229-30. 

emission of, 17. 38; proposed, 15. 



198. 

form of making grants, 4. 139. 

governor and others asked to report 
on paper issues, 17. 329. 

hard to get from the states, 14. 347, 
348. 

indented certificates used for, 17. 
782-783. 

inspector's notes used for, 7. xviii- 
xix. 

lack of, 1. 715; 2. 292. 

loan, not to be put on interest, 23. 
131. 

loaned by gov't on land security, 
3. xiv, 145; to Burke, 15. 416-417. 

measures by C. C. on currency, 22. 
988-9. :> 

mint established, 18. 764-767, 769. 

necessity of borrowing, 15. 697-698. 

needed, 1. 101; 14. 564, 565, 588, 
589, 607, 628, 629, 632, 633, 655- 
656, 684; 16. 221, 223-224, 532; by 
gov't, 16. 8; by U. S., 19. 945- 
946; for Indian treaty, 17. 489-490, 
493; for troops, 13. 159, 160, 161, 
163, 164-165, 166, 167-168, 169, 176, 
183, 188, 190, 195, 207, 233, 447- 
448, 453, 459; 14. 518, 830, 831, 
832, 833, 834, 843, 847, 859, 860, 
862, 866; 15. 8-9, 15, 23, 67; in 
S. C, 15. 311; in Ya. and N. C, 
15. 370, 371; to raise recruits, 11. 
522, 574, 579, 601, 645, 679, 684, 
787. 

none for use against Franklin, 22. 
688. 

ordinance on supplying treasury 
with, 10. 991. 

paid to Burke, 15. 552. 

paper, authorities to report on, 17. 
323. 

people pay debts in worst, 3. 185. 

petition against paper money, 20. 
270; of Blount on m. lost at Cam- 
den, 16. 36-37, 106; on lack of, 7. 
866-867. 

printed by Davis, 13. 259, 279-280, 
288. 

public, act for officers to publish 
application of, 24. 808-9; requir- 
ing an accounting for, 23. 89, 
333; to find use made of, 23. Ill, 
334; 25. 210; to recover, 24. 720- 
2, 739; treasurers elected to re- 
ceive, 23. 273-5. 

quarrel over appropriations of, 6. 
1253-1254. 

quarrel over bills, 6. 432. 



MONEY 



123 



MONRO, ANDREW 



rates of exchange between differ- 
ent sorts, 23. 294. 

Read to Caswell on and amswer, 
17. 483, 491-492. 

redemption of continental bills, 16. 
988-989. 

reduction of circulation considered, 

15. 197. 

refused to N. C, 22. 978, 979, 980. 
report on advancement to prisoners, 

16. 657-8. 

reports on emissions of, 8. 211-215; 
to be made, 4. 4-5; on loans to 
U. S., 16. 354-355; on that rec'd 
and paid for 1782, 16. 928-929. 

requisition for from C. C, 13. 864- 
865, 866, 958. 

Robertson to coin for Franklin 
State, 18. 605-606. 

scarce, 5. xi; in Tenn., 22. 682. 

secured from France, 14. 564. 

sorts and value, 23. 154-155. 

speculation in, 16. 959-960. 

stress of Cont. Treas. for lack of, 
11. 682. 

superintendents of press elected, 
20. 100, 103. 

to be borrowed on faith of Prov. 
Cong., 10. 543. 

to be drawn from Cont. Treasury, 
15. 534. 

to be raised for Cont'l army, 19. 
630-631. 

troubles from lack of, 11. 489-490, 
494, 500, 501, 507; over deprecia- 
tion, 14. 238. 

U. S. to coin copper, 20. 684-685, 
718. 

value, 15. 15-16; of dollars in ster- 
ling, 24. 23; of English money in 
N. C; 19. 432; of English £ in 
N. C, 19. 432. 

See also bills of credit; currency; 
proclamation money. 
Money bills, may originate in coun- 
cil, 3. 93-94. 

to originate in council, 6. 655-656. 
Money power, answer from House of 
Commons on Jamaica resolution 
on, 5. 758-759. 

claimed by House of Commons, 3. 
336. 

control of discussed, 5. 1096, 1099; 
sought by assembly, 6. 380. 

resolve on origin of bills, 6. 909. 
Moneyeck, 12. 517. 
Moneyham, Thos., army rank, 16. 



1120. 
Monford. See Montfort. 
Monford, Robert, signs letter of cred- 
it for Scott and asks leave to 
ship tobacco, 15. 575, 576. 
Monger, Henry, 21. 824. 
act for pub. buildings on lands of, 
24. 542. 
Monger, Robt., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Monger, Robert, in Davidson's Co., 14. 

294. 
Monger's Ferry, troops at, 14. 780. 
Monk, Charles, land grant to, 4. 768. 
Monk, George. See Albemarle, Duke 

of. 
Monk, Henry, army pay, 17. 233. 
Monk, Israel, army rank, 16. 1114. 
Monk, Jas., army rank, 16. 1121. 
Monk, James, land grant to, 4. 768. 
Monk, Joel, army pay, 17. 231. 
Monk, John, 2. 747. 
Monk, John, a J. P., 4. 814, 1038. 
Monk, Nottingham, army pay, 17. 233. 

army rank, 15. 726; 16. 1114. 
Monk, Peter, 2. 803, 804. 
Monks, George, prisoner, 17. 1046. 
Monks, James, land grant to, 4. 709. 
Monk's (Munck's) Corner, S. C, 15. 
27, 186; 22. 103, 142. 
British at, 15. 244, 245; 17. 1031; 
near, 15. 656; retire to, 14. 588; 
surprised at, 15. 665; 16. 631; 
taken at, 19. 885. 
Monlier, Louis, tried for slander, 2. 
401, 411. 

Monmouth, , letter on customs 

laws, 1. 458-459. 
Monmouth, N. J., 22. 94, 121. 
Monmouth (Monmouth C. H., Mont- 
mouth), N. J., battle of, 13. 299; 
19. 580, 957. 
troops are thanked by Cont. Cong., 
12. 500. 
Monnyham, Jno., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Monongahela River, 5. xxii, 431, 432, 
434, 436. 
battle on, 5. 524. 
Braddock defeated on, 5. 412, 420. 
French fort on to be attacked, 5. 
liig. 
Monopolies, declaration on, 10. 1005. 
not to be allowed, 22. 664; 23. 978. 
Monro, Mr., 9. 1097. 
Monro, Mr., 14. 722. 
Monro, Capt., destroys Br. ship, 13. 

362. 
Monro, Andrew, witness, 6. 278. 



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124 



MONTFORT, HARRY 



Monro (Monroe), James, asks for in- 
spection, 8. 80a. 
protests against regulators, 8. 273- 

274. 
to Tryon on regulators, 8. 246-247. 
Monroe, Mr., 15. 614, 615. 
Monroe, Col., sent to watch events in 
army and report to Jefferson, 14. 
852-853. 
Monroe, Geo., pensioner, 22. 75. 
Monroe, James, and Spanish treaty, 
22. 901. 
in C. C, 18. 488, 528, 548, 552, 640, 
641, 754. 
Monroe, James, given more time to 

leave state, 22. 932. 
Monroe, John, furnishes cattle, 18. 

208. 
Monroe, Malcolm, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Monroe, Michael road coms'r, 23. 

870, 920. 
Monroe (Munroe), Timothy de, claims 
granted, 17. 303, 305, 370- 371, 
382. 
Monroe's Bridge, 24. 232. 
Monserat (Monterat, Monserrat), gov- 
ernment, 1. 225. 
imports from, 2. 156. 
taken, 13. 287. 
Monson, Lord, at Board of Trade 
meeting, 4. 325-328, 339-342, 435- 
439, 585-587, 674, 757-758, 797-798, 
848-850. 
to Johnston on his failure to send 
reports, 4. 756-757; on insuf- 
ficiency of his reports, 4. 420; on 
public affairs, 4. 285-286, 846. 
to King on debts law, 4. 847. 
to Newcastle on instructions to 
Horsey, 11. 30. 
Monson, Benj., petition on imprison- 
ment of debtors, 5. 754. 
Montagu (Montague), Lord Charles 
Grenville, 7. 280; 8. 165. 
arrival expected, 7. 215. 
arrives in S. C, 7. 221. 
Martin to on his imprisonment, etc., 

16. 742-743. 
prisoner, 16. 735, 739-740, 768, 933, 
948; to be exchanged, 16. 735, 
740, 741, 743, 933. 
proposals on S. C. line, 7. 879; 8. 
5, 10; 9. 276; considered, 8. 415, 
458, 468; 9. 77, 279, 638; not 
adopted, 9. 562; not liked in N. 
C, 9. 48, 49; unjust to N. C, 9. 
211-212. 



to Hillsborough on S. C. boundary, 
8. 554-555; and report on same, 
11. 221-7, 230. 
to Tryon on S. C. boundary, 8. 561- 

2, 563; 11. 220-221. 
Tryon to on cattle ranging in N. 
C, 7. 267; on Cherokee boundary, 
7. 448; on extension of S. C. line, 
7. 876-877. 
visited on S. C. boundary and an- 
swer, 9. 299-300. 
visits N. C, 7. 862. 

Montagu, Wm., witnesses affidavit of 
Sumners, 1. 298; Hudson's affi- 
davit, 1. 274; Miller's affidavit, 
1. 283; Taylor's affidavit, 1. 277. 

Montagu Hills, 11. facing 80. 

Montague, Bryan, army rank, 16. 

Montague, Edward, agent, 7. 749. 

Montague, Latency, does not take 
oath, 22. 173. 

Montague, Saml., army rank, 16. 
1109. 

Montague, 7. 995. 

Montant, Patrick, land grant to, 4. 
707. 

Montcalm, captures Oswego, 5. xxviii. 

Montcrief. See Moncreef, Moncrief. 

Montcrief, Caleb, ensign, 18. 626. 

Montcrief, Maxwell, army rank, 16. 
1117. 

Monteague, Roger, arrested, 1. 584. 
executor, 1. 585. 
law suit, 1. 586. 

Montiath, Sam'l, pensioner, 22. 76. 

Monterat, gov't, 1. 225. 

Montesquieu, quoted, 13. 441-442. 

Montford. .See Monford, Montfort, 
Mumford, Munfort. 

Montford, Mr., on com. assem. 15. 219. 

Montford, Mr., reports on sugar, 14. 
479. 

Montford, Capt., in N. C. battalion, 
13. 343. 

Montford, Edward, witness, 7. 739. 

Montford, Joseph, prisoner, 16. 672. 
rank, 16. 73, 577, 609, 1110. 

Montford, Robertson, sets up ware- 
house, 20. 490, 511, 540, 553. 
town director, 24. 515. 

Montfort, Mr., 10. 1032. 

Montfort, Capt., a prisoner, 14. 817. 

Montfort (Montford), Lieut., on court 
of inquiry, 15. 709. 
on court martial, 13. 370. 

Montfort, Harry, 9. 357. 



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125 



MONTFORT, JOSEl^H 



Montfort (Montford), Henry, 19. 403. 
Montfopt, Henry, advance to, 19. 642. 

allowance to, 19. 185, 306, 310. 

money to as coms'r on accounts, 
24. 477, 484. 

com. on capitol, 18. 804; on Cont. 
line, 24. 567, 686, 722, 734; on 
navigation, 24. 600; to get arms 
and clothes, 12. 425, 426, 431, 433; 
to settle army accounts, 19. 603, 
604, 685-687, 697; 20. 191. 

dist. auditor, 24. 373. 

examined on frauds, 18. 89. 

fair judge, 24. 284. 

goods of impressed, 15. 524. 

has powder in hand, 10. 633. 

imports powder, 10. 691. 

in army frauds of Continental line, 
18. v-vi, 17, 18, 72, 162, 163, 248, 
304, 339, 384, 385. 460, 470, 475. 

in assembly, 13. 785, 812, 813, 824, 
913, 925, 983, 988, 990, 1000; 16. 
2, 3, 49, 89,; 17. 265, 268, 278, 285, 
304, 354, 364, 365, 366, 387, 395; 
18. 227, 228, 257, 307, 311, 312, 
322, 323, 808; 19. 5, 141, 151, 172, 
234, 235, 253, 263, 267, 275, 282, 
286, 288, 295, 319, 334, 354, 359, 
363, 381, 385, 389, 390, 393, 395, 
406, 408, 413, 430, 489, 490) 500, 
526, 607, 613, 622, 643, 671, 675, 
688, 714, 718, 719, 721, 723, 729, 
732, 738, 762, 763, 767, 771; 20. 
52; 21. 2, 4, 47, 52, 66, 74, 77, 109, 
110, 115, 121, 130, 133, 160, 168, 
179, 190. 

in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 5, 25, "0, 32. 

memorial on property, 20., 211, 214, 
392. 

on com. of assem., 13. 740, 790, 791, 
804, 832, 867, 875, 921, 958, 967; 
17. 337, 655, 660, 677, 727, 736, 
739, 755, 758. 

paid in tobacco, 16. 494. 

payment to for Simmons, 19. 632. 

pays debt to Boritz, 19. 711. 

petition, 20. 504, 505, 518; 21. 43, 
55, 62, 192. 

protests against confiscation act, 
13. 991-992. 

rank, 16. 664. 

receives pay for soldiers, 17. 189, 
190, 191, 192, 193, 197, 198, 199, 
204, 205, 207, 208, 210, 213, 214, 
216, 217, 222, 225, 226, 229, 230, 
231, 233, 235, 237, 238, 239, 241, 
242, 243, 246, 247, 252, 253, 254, 



255, 256, 257, 258, 260, 262, 263.. 
resigns as tobacco coms'r, 19. 442, 

778, 787. 
resolution to release estate of, 20. 

291, 472, 473. 
roster of co., 16. 1006, 1018, 1019, 

1034, 1035, 1045, 1046, 1053, 1059, 

1068, 1079, 1080, 1092, 1098, 1105, 

1106, 1116-17, 1126, 1130-1, 1137, 

1138, 1148, 1161, 1173, 1179, 1188-9, 

1194. 
signs due bills of army accts, 18. 

162. 
supplies to, 16. 241. 
to Burke on public affairs, 9. 1245. 
to export staves, 10. 969. 
to sell Pa. Farmer, 12. 623, 641, 

745-746. 
tobacco bought of, 13. 62. 
tobacco commissioner, 15. 582. 
witness, 18. 252; 20. 234. 
Montfort, J. T., to McCulloh on his 

employment as agent, 7. 877-879. 
Montfort, James, recommended for 

promotion, 1 1 . 716. 
Montfort (Montford, Munford, Mon- 

fort). Col. Jos., 8. 183, 184; 9. 

1006. 
and army frauds, 18. 375. 
bill to make him public treasurer, 

6. 1127, 1129, 1144. 

bond as treasurer, 7. 671; 9. 591-592. 

chm. com. of whole, 7. 573, 574. 

executors to settle estate of, 10. 
574. 

holds note of Reid, 21. 55. 

in assem., 6. 801, 1097, 1111, 1119, 
1120, 1134, 1139, 1153, 1154&, 1163, 
1172, 1175, 1185, 1191, 1194, 1198, 
1199, 1206, 1225, 1233, 1235, 1236, 
1245, 1263, 1267, 1268, 1271, 1285, 
1286, 1289, 1290, 1301, 1304, 1305; 

7. 49, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 73, 80, 342, 
566, 576, 577, 584, 585, 598, 622, 
625, 627, 631, 667, 916, 944, 972; 

8. 106, 107, 303, 305, 320, 326, 454; 

9. 108, 139, 141, 143, 146, 148, 171, 
173, 174, 223, 421, 426, 429, 432, 
448, 457, 497, 534, 5S9, 547, 587, 
734; on com. of assembly, 6. 804, 
805, 817, 823, 1092, 1099, 1126, 
1134, 1153, 1164, 1199, 1204, 1205, 
1263; 7. 944; 8. 309; 9. 450. 

in Prov. Cong., 9. 1179. 
instructions to as treasurer, 6. 1245, 

1304, 1305, 1306. 
law suit, 7. 37. 



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126 



MONTGOMERY, JOHN 



McCulloli to oh meed of agent, 7. 

754, 756. 
nom. for collector, 19. 625. 
on com. of correspondence, 7. 918, 
973; 11. 229, 237; 23. 854; 25. 
518. 
rank settled and elects Q. M., 15. 

700. 
recommends McCartney, 9. 61-62; 

Wilson, 11. 717. 
report as treasurer, 6. 1232, 1282- 

1238; 7. 318, 393, 649; 9. 577. 
sick, 9. 357, 827, 1041. 
surety, 9. 72, 74, 75. 
to arm vessels, 10. 352. 
to bring suit to recover parliamen- 
tary grant, 7. 622, 666, 667, 670. 
town trustee, 25. 487. 
treasurer, 8. 1252; 7. 514; 23. 618, 

723, 904. 
witness, 5. 634. 
Montfort, Joseph, ensign, 10. 517. 
Montfort, Mrs. Joseph, 9. 827. 
Montfort, Robert, attoi'ney, 1. 652. 
Montfort, Robert, in Prov. Cong., 9. 

1179. 
Montfort, Robert, sells deer skins, 20. 

697. 
Montfort, Wm. (Henry?), on com. of 

assembly, 18. 5, 21, 23. 
Montfort, Wm., tobacco buyer and re- 
signs, 22. 784. 
Montgomerie, James, 4. 208. 

Montgomery, . leather belonging 

to, 14. 678. 

Montgomery, , sells iron works, 

11. 388. 
to be paid for iron works, 1 1 . 413- 
414; 22. 916. 
Montgomery, Mr., 7. 822, 825, 829. 
Montgomery, Mr., in assem. 21. 6, 90, 
201, 207, 397, 405, 581, 598, 671, 
679, 694, 696, 697, 709, 710, 714, 
717. 
Montgomery, Mr., on com. of assem., 

27. 279, 278, 353. 
Montgomery, Capt., payment by com- 
pany of, 10. 319. 
Montgomery, Col., 6. 313, 314. 
sent against Cherokees, 5. xxii, li- 

liii, liv; 6. 260, 261, 439. 
troops retreat, 6. 266. 
Montgomery, Alexander, petitions on 

county bounds, 9. 633-635. 
Montgomery, Alexander, petitions for 
division of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 



Montgomery, Ann, land grant to, 10. 

279. 
Montgomery, Ann, estate settled, 9. 

609. 
Montgomery, David, pensioner, 22. 

78. 
Montgomery, Hu., 8. 280. 
claim, 9. 487. 

in Prov. Cong., 10. 166, 168, 173. 

in assembly, 9. 396, 401, 413, 418, 

421, 422, 437, 439, 480, 491, 506, 

526, 542, 543, 557, 566, 589, 734, 

913, 914, 931, 952. 

on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 168, 175. 

on Rowan S. C, 10. 279, 280, 282, 

309, 432. 
payment to for provisions, 10. 628; 
for troops, 7. 888 ; to pay executor, 
22. 1014. 
powder to, 10. 728. 
to buy lead, 10. 566. 
to pay for salt, 10. 999. 
to report on powder, 10. 135. 
tried for selling powder too high, 
10. 10. 
Montgomery, Hugh, in militia, 22. 

370. 
Montgomery, Humph'yi petition on 

separation, 22. 705-9. 
Montgomery, Gen. James, 8. 733. 
besieges Quebec, 15. 681. 
killed, 10. 448. 
monument for, 13. 155. 
reasons for fall of, 10. 807. 
Montgomery, James, petitions, 19. 

525, 527. 
Montgomery (Montgomerie), John, 4. 

59. 
Montgomery, John, 9. 609. 
Montgomery, John, 16. 210, 211. 

a J. P., 4. 47, 346. 
Montgomery, John, arrears of salary 
due to, 9. 653, 654. 
att'y general, against Burrington, 

3. 139, 141, 239, 251. 
brings in bill, 4. 389. 
case against Burrington, 3. 356-368, 

375-382. 
chairman com. of whole, 4. 385, 386, 

387. 
challenged by Burrington, 3. 474. 
chief justice, 4. 637; 11. 109; dur- 
ing absence of Smith, 4. 591. 
claims, 4. 149. 

commission as att'y gen., 1 1 . 7-8. 
commissioner to revise laws, 4. 379, 



MONTGOMEEY, JOHN 



127 MONTGOMERY, THOS. 



407. 
complaints of Burrlngton against, 

3. 421. 
dead, 4. 1126. 

deposition in favor of Porter, 3. 501, 
502, 505-6, 515; ment'd, 3. 631; 
against Burrington, 3. 473-4; to be 
taken against, 3. 538. 
deputy inspector, 3. 428. 
drafts commission for Ct. of ex- 
chequer, 3. 424. 
draws protest against action of Bur- 
rington, 3. 206. 
ignorance, 3. 438. 

in assembly, 4. 189, 362, 368, 370, 
372, 374, 375, 377, 380, 387, 406, 
414, 474, 482, 484, 489, 493, 496, 
509, 510, 511, 512, 527, 548, 554, 
557, 559, 560, 561, 565, 569. 
inducts Rice as governor, 3. 633. 
issues writ of replevin, 4. 681. 
juror, 4. 516. 
laclis capacity, 3. 436. 
land grants to, 4. 56, 280, 329. 
on com. of assembly, 4. 377, 383, 

384, 385, 554, 555, 570. 
opposes Burrington, 3. 374; and 

tries to kill liim, 4. 164-165. 
ordered to take charge of great 

seal, 4. 4. 
petition for land, 4. 274-275, 279; on 
land patent fees, 4. 51; to coun- 
cil against Moseley, 4. 32-33. 
reports on revisal of laws, 4. 497; 
on ways and means of supplying 
troops, 4. 555, 557-559. 
rights proved, 4. 594. 
salary as atty gen., 22. 259. 
says Burrington is to be turned out, 

3. 437. 
signs depositions, 3. 473. 
suspended as attorney general, 3. 

628, 629-630, 631. 
takes deposition of Moseley, 3. 519. 
to inspect public records, 4. 527. 
to prepare proclamation on arrears 

of quit rents, 4. 36, 37. 
to report on revisal of laws, 4. 514. 
villianies of, 3. 626, 628, 629-630.. 
Montgomery, John, act for land to, 
24. 629-30. 
land grant to, 19. 572. 
Montgomery, John, act for town o<n 
lands of and town coms'r, 24. 
780-1. 
Montgomery, John, army pay, 17. 230. 



Montgomery, John, Bd. War on pro- 
visions, etc., 14. 442-443. 
in conv. 1789, 22. 38, 47, 48. 
on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 949. 
on Rowan Safety Com. 10. 252, 280, 

282, 592. 
pensioner, 22. 78. 
petition, 21. 297, 299, 645. 
revolutionary services, 22. 151-2. 
sells saw mill to iron works, 12. 

166-167, 336. 
to deliver still, 13. 797-798. 
Montgomery, John, coms'r of Eden- 
ton, 23. 145; on school, 24. 869; 
on town coms'r, 24. 775. 
Montgomery, John, coms'ry, 23. 152. 
Montgomery, John, in militia, 22. 382. 
Montgomery, John, messenger, 10. 9. 
Montgomery, Joseph, in C. C, 16. 455. 
Montgomery, Joseph, released from 

levy, 3. 303. 
Montgomery, Matthew, petitions on 

county bounds, 9. 633-5. 
Montgomery, Michael, petition, 21. 

737, 847-848, 858, 880, 885, 1038. 
Montgomery, Robert, claim paid, 19. 

692, 693. 
in assembly, 17. 265-266, 293, 301, 
304, 317, 318, 354, 359, 364, 365, 
366, 387, 394, 395, 406, 425; 20. 
7, 19, 121, 124, 163, 167, 180, 229, 
238, 239, 240, 246, 275, 287, 288, 
306, 475, 476, 478, 514, 516, 519, 
520, 536, 543, 546, 547, 550, 554, 
555, 567, 587; 21. 193, 195, 199, 
213, 264, 288, 294, 305, 332 344, 
345, 372, 379, 383, 402, 431, 578, 

738, 751, 871, 873, 876, 897, 927, 
930, 931, 937, 941, 946, 965, 970, 
980, 989, 999, 1004, 1012, 1013, 
1015, 1021, 1030, 1031, 1032, 1050, 
1055. 

in conv. 1789, 22. 37, 47,48. 
owes state, 21. 1068. 
supplies N. C. line, 16. 486. 
Montgomery, Robert, in militia, 22. 

382. 
Montgomery, Sir Robert, proposed for 
governor, 2. 299-301. 
proposes settlement on Savannah 

river, 2. 300-301. 
sends out settlers, 2. 388-389. 
S. C. opposed to grant to, 2. 449. 
Montgomery, Saml., witness to. treaty, 

18. 515. 
Montgomery, Thos., cont. comptroller 



MONTGOMERY, WILLIAM 128 



MOOER, JAMES 



for state, 16. 731. 
nominated as com'r to settle ac- 
counts of N. C. and U. S., 16. 744, 
896; 17. 33, 80, 163, 165; 19. 542, 
556, 560. 
Montgomery, Wm., in militia, 22. 419. 
Montgomery (-rie), Wm., testifies on 

plundering of troops, 14. 603. 
Montgomery (fort), captured by Clin- 
ton, 11. 666, 668. 
Montgomery (countersign), 12. 447. 
Montgomery, Co., 16. 180, 645; 17. 
307, 646, 657, 684, 733, 763; 
18. 31, 204, 262, 497; 19. 112, 
278, 279, 519, 520, 522, 533, 
931; 20. 8, 149, 541, 553, 
174, 179, 211, 218, 222, 226, 272, 
347, 361, 395, 586, 589, 715, 950, 
951, 1070; 22. 144, 612; 24. 374, 
582, 883. 

act for public buildings in, 24. 299- 
300, 542; for tax for public build- 
ings, 24. 523, 594, 692-4, 844; 25. 
12; on jurors, 24. 273-5, 452; to 
alter time of court, 24. 260, 717; 
to create, 24. 232-4, 299; to de- 
stroy wild animals, 24. 749-50. 

Baptists in, 5. 1186. 

bill for public buildings, 13. 844, 
862, 874, 934, 949, 964; 17. 928, 
935-936; 19. 154, 158-159, 163-164, 
270, 553, 591, 592, 602; 21. 778, 
931, 938, 939, 1014; to add part 
to Richmond, 20. 498, 509; to al- 
ter place of courts, 21. 67; to 
change C. H., 19. 561, 676, 683; 
to change location of courts, 20. 
529; to join part to Richmond, 21. 
23, 35, 44; British recruit in, 14. 
612. 

census of 1790, 26. 773-787. 

court should be held, 14. 865. 

drafts from, 14. 874; slow, 15. 140. 

German Reformed churches in, 8. 
745. 

in Salisbury dist., 15. 377. 

Lutherans in, 8. 7Tff. 

members in assembly, 13. 736, 785, 
799; 16. 2; 17. 635, 795, 878; 18. 

2. 227, 819; 19. 1, 129, 133, 234, 
264, 400, 718; 20. 2, 120, 302, 476; 
21. 2, 194, 730, 872. 

members in Conv. 1788 and 89, 22. 

3, 38. 

owes state, 21. 1075. 

petition from, 18. 301; 21. 293, 359, 



682; on lands of H. B. McCulloh, 
19. 406, 407, 438-439, 730, 733; on 
mill, 21. 906. 
remonstrance from, 17. 845, 847, 

848, 851, 945.. 
tax in, 19. 701. 
to remain in Salisbury dist, 24. 

451. 
Tories in, 16. 267; attacked in, 14. 

751. 
troops must draw provisions from, 
15. 539; to be raised in, 14. 28. 
Montgomery Co., Pa., 8. 733. 

Germans in, 8. 729. 
Montgomery Co., Va., troops raised 
against Cherokees, 15. 47; to be 
raised in, 14. 626, 627. 
Montgomery C. H., 17. 278. 
Monthly meetings of Quakers, 1. 688. 
records, 1. 551, 552, 596, 628, 656, 
665, 688, 719, 731-732, 813, 905; 2. 
37. 
Montjoy, Allan, in militia, 22. 377. 
Montmorin, M. de, 20. 678. 
Monto, Fredk., army rank, 16. 1118. 
Montour, Mr., 5. 404. 
Montour, Andrew, ordered to Innes, 

5. 134. 
Montreal (Monreal), 5. 464, 466; 10. 
454. 
fire in and request for aid, 7. 374- 
375, 380, 416-417. 
Montrose, Duke of, at council, 2. 680, 

732. 
Montrose, Elijah, pensioner, 22. 75. 
Monument, to be erected to Nash, 11. 
670; 12. 123, 124, 278-279, 282; 
13. 6, 363. 
Mony Shap Ford, 2. 811. 

Moody, , serves at Guilford C. H., 

19. 597. 
Moody, Mr., cannot supply wagon, 14. 

691. 
Moody, Mr., in assembly, 19. 622. 
Moody, Mary, 21. 641. 
allowance to, 19. 639. 
pensioned, 19. 596-597, 600. 
Moody, Robt., Jr., in militia, 22. 378. 
Moody, Thos., army rank, 16. 1119. 
Moody, Thomas, signs Cumberland 

Co. Ass'n., 10. 29-30. 
Moody, Thos., widow petitions, 19. 

534 536. 
Moody, Wm., goods seized from, 1. 

866. 
Mooer, James, asks for new county, 
9. 91. 



MOOK, 



129 



MOORE, CAPTAIN 



Mook, , takes out writ, 8. 69. , 

Moon. See Moor, Moore, More. 

Moon, , in assem., 7. 48. 

Moon, , in assembly, 17. 963. 

Moon, Geo. Lane, takes oath, 22. 179. 
See also Geo. Lane Moore. 

Moon, Jno., in militia, 22. 309. 

Moon, John, takes oath, 22. 169. 

Moon, Joseph, petitions on land 
grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-252. 

Moon, Roger, dead, 11. 116. 
See also Roger Moore. 

Moon, Sampson, army rank, 16. 1117. 

Moon, Samps, army rank, 16. 1122. 

Moon, Simon, petition on C. H., 9. 
806-808. 

Moon, Thomas, regulator, 7. 735. 

Mooneham, John, army pay, 17. 230. 

Mooney, Capt., collects cattle and re- 
ports on Tories, 16. 553. 

Mooney, Thos., army rank, 16. 1108. 

Mooney, Jno., in militia, 22. 372. 

Mooney, Wm., army pay, 17. 229. 

Mooney, Wm., army rank, 16. 1119. 

Mooney, Wm., in militia, 22. 372 

Mooney, Wm., receives clothing, 16. 
619. 

JVIooney, Wm., resigns as J. P., 21. 
419. 

Moony, Jacob, Jr., signs Tryon Asso., 

10. 162-163. 

Moony, Wm., pensioner, 22. 75. 

Moor. See Moon, Moore. 

Moor, Ad., juror, 25. 190. 

Moor, Adam, coms'r of Newbern, 23. 

142. 
land grant to, 4. 273. 
petitions for lands, 4. 954-956. 
Moor, Anenty, in militia, 22. 315. 
Moor, Anthony, in militia, 22. 340. 
Moor, BenJ., land grant to, 4. 964, 

1043. 
Moor, Berry, petitions on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-166^ 
Moor, Dennis, petitions for land, 4. 

954-956. 
Moor, Edward, juror, 3. 282, 319. 
Moor, Ed., juror, 25. 188. 
Moor, Edward, sold by admiralty 

court, 3. 4066. 
Moor, Elizabeth, sells C, 3. 35, 36, 38, 

39, 40-, 42, 45, 46; 4. 656, 657, 662, 

11. 86-91, 99. 

Moor, Geo., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Moor, Jas., in militia, 22. 321. 
Moor, John, asks pardon for Fruit, 9. 

93-94. 
Moor, Jno., in militia, 22. 315. 



Moor, Jno., in militia, 22. 327. 
Moor, John, land grant to, 4. 963. 
Moor, Joseph, petition on separation, 

22. 705-12. 
Moor, Mary, land grants to, 4. 1243. 
Moor, Nal, lives in Bladen, 3. 450. 
Moor, Robt., juror, 25. 186. 
Moor, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 950, 

1238. 
Moor, Stephen, in militia, 22. 315. 
Moor, Thos., land grant to, 4. 279. 
Moor, Thomas, land grants to, 4. 965, 

1249. 
Moor, Truman, land grant to, 4. 638. 
Moor, Wm., a J. P., 4. 1040. 
Moor, Wm., in militia, 22. 328. 
Moor, Wm., in militia, 22. 340. 
Moor, Wm., juror, 25. 189. 
Moor, Wm., land grant to, 4. 353. 
Moor, Wm., land grant to, 4. 636. 
Moor, Wm., pay to, 22. 491. 
Moor, Wm. Jr., juror, 25. 189. 
Moor, Wm. Sr., juror, 25. 189. 
Moore. See Moon, Moor, More. 

Mcore, . 16. 947. 

Moore, , burned, 10. 885. 

Moore, • , commands Tories, 24. 

996. 

Moore, , gets Eden's papers, 2. 322. 

Moore, , on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 62. 

Moore, , prisoner, 24. 673. 

Moore, Mr., 8. 862. 

Moore, Mr., 11. 597. 

Moore, Mr., 16. 659. 

Moore, Mr., 17. 123. 

Moore, Mr., affidavit wanted, 8. 251. 

Moore, Mr., Indian affairs, 15. 254. 

Moore, Mr., in assembly, 22. 7. 

Moore, Mr., sends for arms, etc., 16. 

555. 
Moore, Mrs., pay to. 22. 945. 
Moore, Widow, 10. 482. 
Moore, Capt., 4. 950; 5. 6O4, 605, 1203. 
Moore, Capt., 12. 519. 
Moore, Capt., 22. 144. 
Moore, Capt., arrives from Martin- 
ique, 15. 71. 
Moore, Capt., commands company, 10. 
facing 680. 

desertions from, 15. 510. 

in regulator campaign, 8. 577. 

on board of rearrangement 16. 575. 

payment by company of, 10. 319. 

petition, 19. 634, 635. 

rank, 16. 665. 

roster of co., 16. 1006, 1017, 1033, 
1045 ,1052, 1067, 1079, 1098, 1105, 



3-9 



MOORE, COLONEL 



130 



MOORE, DEMPSEY 



1116, 1126, 1130, 1137, 1147, 1149, 
1159, 1163, 1174, 1187. 
shoes to, 16. 438. 
wounded, 638. 
Moore, Col., 2. 319. 
Moore, Col., 11. 11, 13; 15. 446. 
colonel of artillery against regula- 
tors, 8. 574, 578, 666, 674. 
goes against regulators, 8. 576. 
rations to, 22. 269. 
Moore, Col., on position of Indians, 1. 

893. 
Moore, Col., reports on movements of 
British, 15. 585. 
takes supplies for troops, 14. 384. 
Moore, Ensign, needs clothing, 14. 
682. 
wounded, 15. 638. 
Moore, Ensign, wounded, 15. 638. 
Moore, Lieut., 14. 53; 15. 446. 

stores to, 15. 597. 
Moore, Lt. Col., tobacco agent, 16. 

494. 
Moore, A., quoted, 17. 631. 
Moore, Aaron, 10. 120. 
members of S. Com. from company 
of, 10. 423. 
Moore, Abraham, regulators' entry on 

on causes of, 8. 239. 
Moore, Adam, a J. P., 4. 47. 
land grants asked, 4. 708, 709, 804. 
rights proved, 4. 708. 
Moore, Adam, Indian ranger, 2. 275. 
church coms'r., 23. 231, 365. 
ordered to sell, 2. 388. 
road coms'r., 23, 222. 
Moore, Alex., bill to aid him build 
bridge, 6. 1223, 1229, 1231, 1235, 
1238, 1264, 1266, 1281, 1282, 1289, 
1293. 
Moore, Alex., pensioner, 22. 76. 
Moore, Alfred, 16. 509; 18. iii; 19. 
963. 
acts as atty. gen., 16. 346-347. 
army record, 13. 474. 
atty. gen., 16. 90, 95; 19. 57, 59; as 

prosecutor, 22. 611. 
captain, 10. 187, 287, 955. 
clerk of Bladen Co., 24. 16. 
coms'r on Clark claims, 24. 457, 525, 
526; on trade, etc., 18. 650. 658, 
659, 660, 661, 681, 682. 
in assem., 19. 2, 3, 5, 6, 18, 69, 89, 

90, 115, 398. 
Judge advocate of court martial, 15. 

431, 432. 
nom. for U. S. Conv., 20. 538. 



nom. for Fed. Conv., 21. 94. 

owes State, 21. 1070. 

petition, 19. 509, 510, 511, 570. 

prosecutes fraud, 18. vi. 

to Caswell on N. C. line frauds, 20. 

610-611. 
trustee, univ., 25. 22. 
Moore, Ann, quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Moore, Anthony, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-10. 
Moore, Arth., instructs to send no pris- 
oners to Eng. without evidence, 1. 
868. 
on Gary Rebellion, 1. 805. 
on division of Caswell, 1. 772-773. 
on temporary laws in the colonies, 
2. 142-143. 
Moore, Arthur, land case of, 5. 1090. 
Moore, Arthur, allowance to for guns, 
10. 571. 
arms to be restored to, 10. 559. 
asks for new county, 9. 89-90. 
sent to Halifax to answer charges, 
10. 494, 499. 
Moore, Barrlnger, in militia, 22. 280. 

land grant to, 4. 1249. 
Moore, Barhlnger, in militia, 22. 306. 
Moore, Harrington, a J. P., 8. 161. 
Moore, Benjamin, a J P., 6. 1070. 
Moore, Ben., land grant to, 4. 894. 
Moore, Britain, army pay, 17. 233. 
Moore, Charles, asks relief from 

church tax, 9. 95-96. 
Moore, Charles, enters caveat, 5. 1017, 

1018. 
Moore, Charles, in militia, 22. 165. 
Moore, Charles, in Provisional Con- 
gress, 10. 501. 
Moore, Charles, resigns as major, 15. 

145. 
Moore, Charles, sheriff, 21. 1076. 
Moore, Cuffee, army rank, 16. 1118. 
Mcore, Daniel, army pay, 17. 231. 

army rank, 16. 1119. 
Moore, Danl., Sr., pensioner, 22. 76. 
Moore, David, horse impressed, 16. 

264-265. 
Moore, David, in militia, 22. 396. 
Moore, David, petition on separation, 

22. 705-11. 
Moore, Dempsey, army pay, 17. 229. 
army rank, 16. 1112. 
in assembly, 18. 1, 3, 24, 61, 90, 136, 
154, 161, 171, 185; 20. 1, 3, 38, 39, 
66, 68, 76, 81, 82, 83, 89, 102, 216, 
301, 302, 329, 347, 370, 372, 378, 



MOORE, DENNIS 



131 



MOORE, GEORGE 



380, 386, 390, 394, 416, 426, 427, 
431, 434, 437, 473. 
lieut. 10. 518. 
officer, 18. 449, 458. 
an com. of assem. 18. 9, 15, 46, 100, 

241, 245, 285, 336. 
petition, 21. '361, 395, 609, 616, 704. 
resigns as major, 21. 323, 662, 665, 
tax collector, 19. 706. 
Moore, Dennis, petitions on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-6. 
Moore, Edmond, on patrol, 10. 25. 
Moore, Edmund, voter, 15. 237. 
Moore, Edward, felon, 22. 859. 
Moore, Edward, 14. 196. 
Moore, Edward, 21. 170. 
Moore, Edwd., a J. P., 23. 993. 
in assem., 19. 133, 138, 162, 168, 169, 
172, 179, 211, 215, 218, 249, 280, 
281, 287, 384, 387. 
petition of executor, 21. 29. 
Moore, Edward, a J. P., 4. 966; 5. 592. 
Moore, Edward, building coms'r, 21 
305. 
debts due by, 9. 278-279. 
juror, 2. 364, 587, 589, 657, 667, 668, 
surety, 2. 659. 
Moore, Edward, in charge of ammuni- 
tion, 25. 552. 
Moore, Edward, in militia, 10. 09. 
Moore, Edward, lapse patent to, 2. 521, 

682. 
Moore, Edward, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 
38, 243. 
patroler, 10. 63. 
Moore, Edw., pay to, 22. 491. 
Moore, Edward, pay to, 22. 491. 
Moore, Edward, regulator, 7. 734. 
Moore, Edw., takes oath, 22. 170. 
Moore, Edward, Sr., pay to, 22. 491. 
Moore, Elijah, army pay, 18. 735. 

army rank, 16. 1118. 
Moore, Elijah, army rank, IB. 1122. 
deposition, 19. 412, 438. 
in militia, 17. 1057. 
officer, 18. 486. 
petition, 19. 728, 741. 
rank, 16. 73, 609. 
Moore, Elijah, Cont. capt, 22. 1049. 
Moore, Elijah, land grant to, 4. 280. 
Moore, Elizabeth, transported, 1. 533. 
Moore, Elizabeth, administration 

granted to, 3. 217. 
Moore, Epa, juror, 4. 522. 
Moore, Epam, land grant to, 4. 635. 
Moor, Epaph, land grant asked for, 

4. 634. 
Moore, Epaphraditus, quit rents of. 



22. 242. 
Moore, Epaphro., land grant to, 4. 66, 

625. 
Moore, Ezekiel, a volunteer, 14. 838. 
Moore, Ezekiel, in militia, 22. 270. 
Moore, F., in assembly (S), 19. 514, 

517, 522, 610, 657. 
Moore, Fredk., army rank, 13. 509; 

16. 1112. 
Moore, George, 10. 614. 
Moore, George, a J. P., 4. 683, 1040. 
Moore, Geo., a J. P., 13. 995. 
Moore, Geo., a J. P., 23. 995. 
Moore, George, administrator, 9. 227, 

228. 
Moore, George, allowance to, 22. 815, 

856. 
Moore, Geo., carries . l^ter on stamp 
act, 7. 169, 178, 179. 
chairman com. of whole, 5. 699, 703, 
717, 722 723, 1002, 1068; 6. 137, 
142, 151. 
commissioner to inquire in Spanish 

wreck,, 5. 37-38. 
congratulates Dobbs, 5. 334-335. 
declines to serve in council, 6. 714. 
fort coms'r, 23. 229. 
in assembly, 4. 720, 731, 733, 741, 
742, 749, 770, 775, 777, 779, 789; 5. 
232, 244, 246, 504, 521, 524, 528, 529, 
532, 534, 663, 673, 676, 677, 680. 
687, 688, 692, 693, 715, 723, 725, 
729, 734, 841, 843, 853, 864, 867, 
875, 878, 879, 880, 887, 889, 892, 894, 
905, 906, 910, 911, 918, 923, 1004, 
1005, 1023, 1029, 1030, 1045, 1046, 
1051, 1071, 1077, 1078; 6. 124, 132, 
145, 152, 157, 168, 362, 470, 514, 
662, 663, 800, 801, 846, 857, 859, 
872, 890, 911, 924, 925, 927, 941, 
943, 957, 963. 
land grant asked for, 4. 701. 
land grant to, 4. 703, 764, 887. 
memorial in favor of Smith, 6. 58-60. 
on com. of assembly, 4. 724, 737, 738, 
773; 5. 523, 660, 690, 716, 844, 873, 
892, 1017, 1039, 1042, 1043, 1087; 6. 
76, 119, 135, 136, 350, 364, 368, 369, 
429, 436, 453, 483, 804, 805, 817, 
823. 
on com. of correspondence, 6. 39. 
petitions on roads and ferries, 5. 

164-166. 
recommended for council, 5. 440. 
reports on land frauds, 5. 1088- 
1094; on public accounts, 5. 793- 
804, 965-975; 6. 201-209. 



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132 



MOORE, JAMES 



resurvey granted to, 5. 34. 
road coms'r, 23. 230; 25. 264. 
surety, 5. 827. 
vestryman, 23. 191. 
Moore, Geo., contributes to S. C, 10. 
437. 
district of, 10. 25. 
in assembly, 17. 265, 266, 293, 304, 
354, 359, 364, 365, 366, 368, 376, 
387, 391, 394, 395, 406, 410, 421, 
425, 878, 936, 963(?); 19. 391, 393. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 5, 25, 28, 30, 

35. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 141, 153, 165, 167, 

173. 
in the junto, 9. xliii. 
nominated for C. of S., 12. 562, 670. 
on Com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 169. 
on S. C. of New Hanover, 9. 1107, 
1109, 1111, 1150, 1151, 1153, 1222, 
1265; 10. 24. 
road coms'r, 23. 910. 
voter, 15. 237. 
Moore, George, Jr., to receive guns, 

etc., 11. 591. 
Moore, Geo. Laine, act for relief of, 
24. 820-1. 
memorial considered, 17. 284, 287, 
290, 294, 416, 418; 20. 16, 23, 110; 
and bill for relief of, 18. 100, 106, 
118, 132, 149, 336, 345, 356, 358, 370, 
372, 378. 
See also Geo. Laine Moon. 
Moore, Gregan (Greggan) land grants 

to, 4. 1246, 1248. 
Moore, Henry, patroler, 10. 63. 
Moore, Henry, petitions on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Moore, Hugh, claims proved, 8. 517. 
Moore, I., 22. 427. 
Moore, Isaac, army pay, 17. 231. 
army rank, 13. 476; 16. 1116. 
on clothes for 10th regt, 11. 670- 
671. 
Moore, J., 16. 513, 515. 
Moore, J., in assem., 19. 34; on com. 

of assembly, 16. 60, 105. 
Moore, J., recommends McCartney, 9. 

61-62. 
Moore, Jack, in assembly, 17. 134. 
Moore, Jack, quoted on Tories, 16. 

934. 
Moore, Jacky, messenger, 13. 48. 
Moore, Jacob, army rank, 16. 1112. 
Moore, Jacob, land grant to, 4. 217, 

335, 447. 
Moore (Moor), James, 2. 18, 19, 30, U, 



46, 62, 63, 259. 
amount of ammunition on hand, 2. 

20. 
arrives at Neuse River, 2. 24. 
attacks forts, 2. 5, 24-25. 
att'y general, 2. 907. 
captures Contentney fort, 2. iv. 
character of troops, 1. 893. 
charges against, 2. 902, 908. 
church commissioner, 2. 874. 
comes from S. C. to help N. C, 2. iv. 
commands expedition against Tusca- 

roras, 1. 880, 882, 956-957; 2. 15, 

18, 19. 
consulted by S. C. assembly, 2. 255. 
destruction caused by Indians of, 2. 

4. 
election unjust, 2. 902. 
expected from S. C, 2. 72. 
further stay desired, 2. 46, 47. 
governor of S. C, 1. 880; 2. 382, 383. 
leaves N C, 2. 52 
marches, 2. 19; in Albemarle Co., 1. 

892. 
necessity of his remaining in N. C, 

2. 38. 
noble conduct of, 2. 60, 62. 
Pollock to on Tuscarora War, 2. 21- 

22. 
praise for, 2. 39. 
promises Blunt protection, 1. 894. 
reports on capture of fort, 2. 27, 36. 

37; on losses in battle, 2. 29. 
results of misfortune to, 2. 13-14, 

15-16. 
sent by S. C. on Cherokee expedit- 
ion, 2. 257-258. 
signs S. C. act, 25. 148 ; on oath and 

church, 2. 867, 882, 913-917. 
takes Indian prisoners, 2. 24; Indian. 

slaves to S. C, 2. 2. 
to go against Mattamuskeets, 2. 50, 

53. 
to leave Indians to guard settle- 
ments, 2. 60. 
to pursue Indians, 2. 45. 
to stop Indians coming from S. C, 

2. 52. 
to reduce Mattamuskeets, 2. 39. 
troops ment'd., 2. 7, 8. 
victory of, 2. 44-45, 48-49. 
witness for Pollock, 2. 61. 
Moore (Moor), James, 8. 703, 710; 

10. 350, 358, 388, 412, 426, 432, 

465, 467, 468, 477, 494, 495, 524, 

540, 615, 623, 627, 631, 744, 956; 11. 

xi, 281, 296, 339, 340, 628, 704; 12. 



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133 



MOORE, JAMES 



V, 23; 13. 394; 15. 785, 786, 787; 

IS. 404; 19. 669; 22. 97, 153. 
•a J. P., 6. 80. 
action criticised, 1 1 . 334. 
allowance for ferrage of soldiers, 6. 

740-741. 
ammunition to, 10. 263-264. 
and stamp act proceedings, 7. 171. 
arms, ammunition and troops to, 10. 

555, 556. 
arms collected for troops of, 10. 

328. 
arrives too late for Moore's Creek, 

10. 482. 

Ashe to on counterfeiting, 1 1 . 346- 
347. 

asks for new county, 9. 89-90; for 
purchase of medicines, 22. 917. 

at.council of war, 7. 842. 

brigadier general, 10. 483, 508; 11. 
X, 282. 

Caswell to on army returns and 
commissions, 11. 412-413; on lack 
of money for march north, 1 1 . 
424-426, 427; on reinforcements 
for Washington, 11. 375-376; to 
Walker on will of, 13. 49. 

colonel, 10. 187, 243; 18. 823, 825. 

commands against regulators, 7. 
xxx; 19. 838, 841; 22. 429, 430, 
431, 432, 435, 445, 460, 466, 467, 
470, 473, 474, 871, 872, 873. 

commands troops, 11. ix. 

commissioned as Col. of artillery in 
Tryon's army, 8. 699. 

contributes to S. C, 10. 437. 

correspondence with McDonald on 
submission to King, 11. 276-279. 

Council of S. to on ammunition and 
prisoners, 11. 341-342; on powder, 

1 1 . 310-311 ; on provisions and 
ammunition, 11. 338. 

dead, 11. xili, 454, 456; 15. 702. 
defeats McDonald, 10. xii-xiv; 11. 

289-290. 
defends Charleston, 22. 730. 
delivers letter to Regulators, 7. 841. 
draws bill in favor of Polk, 13. 257; 

on Kennon, 22. 769. 
dues from as sheriff, 9. 572. 
Eaton to on supplies for troops, 1 1 . 

331. 
enlistments in company of, 22. 498. 
estate taxed, 15. 192. 
fit for Cont. Cong., 10. xxxiv. 
goes to South Carolina and returns, 

11. xi. 



guns to be delivered to. 10. 335. 

Harnett to on militia and exchange 
of prisoners, 11. 341. 

helps in defense of Charleston, 10. 
xxxix. 

in assembly, G. 1094, 1096, 1097, 
1098, 1101, 1102, 1111, 1127, 1142, 
1143, 1150, 1156, 1159, 1162, 1163, 
1171, 1178, 1211, 1229, 1230, 1259, 
1262, 1277, 1281, 1282, 1305, 1306, 
1307; 7. 57, 58, 71, 85, 168&, 350, 
359, 375, 381, 399, 561, 596, 611, 612, 
622, 628, 650, 667, 968, 969; 8. 106, 
113, 116, 120, 135, 137, 146, 303; 9. 
120, 139, 144, 154, 184, 190, 195, 
223, 411, 448; 9. 472, 474, 524, 550, 
589, 886. 

in militia, 9. 344. 

in Prov. Cong., 10. 141, 152, 165, 167, 
173. 

intercepts letters of Martin, 10. 160. 

invades Fla., 11. xi. 

land to be resurveyed, 6. 765. 

letters of considered, 10. 543, 545. 

major, 10. 205 

militiaman, 9. 344, 689. 

military services and children, 22. 
1007. 

misses chance to attack Tories, 1 1 . 
301. 

not to march troops to N. Y., 10. 
878. 

on com. of assem., 6. 1092, 1153, 
1259, 1263; 8. Ill, 115, 118; 9. 
105, 141, 151. 

on com of correspondence, 11. 237; 
23. 854. 

on secret expedition, 10. 787. 

on S. C. of New Hanover, 9. HOT, 
1111, 1149, 1150, 1151, 1153, 1168, 
1265; 10. 15, 24, 112, 262. 

ordered with troops to N. Y., 10. 
791, 801, 804-805; 11. xi-xii, xiii, 
349, 353, 411-412, 414-426, 427; to 
join Washington, 11. 705; to 
march against Regulators, 8. 700. 

orders N. C. troops to return from 
S. C, 11. 707. 

outranks Howe, 1 1 . xiii. 

payment to for bridges, 10. 950. 

pays regulation bills, 22. 430, 433, 
434. 

powder to be sent to, 11. 310, 312, 
313. 

prepares letter sailing Prov. Cong., 
9. 1016, 1017-1018. 

produces accounts, 5. 968. 



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134 



MOORE, JOHN 



promoted col., 7. 832, 834. 

rank, 17. 1047. 

receives chief command of N. C. 
troops, 10. 270. 

reinforced, 10. 558, 563, 564; and 
supplies sent to, 11. 296, 297. 

reports on Fallon, 10. 418; on in- 
tensions of British, 10. 337; on 
situation of British, 10. 564; on 
Moore's Creek battle ment'd., 11. 
279-280; on troops and prisoners, 
10. 503-504. 

resurvey to, 6. 1012. 

return of brigade commanded by, 
10. 857-859. 

sent to Charleston, 1 1 . xii. 

service, 6. 284. 

succeeded by Hand, 11. 750. 

surrounds Highlanders, 11. 281. 

takes prisoners, 10. 952. 

tent cloth to, 10. 879. 

thanked for Moore's Creek battle, 

10. 475. 

to appoint a secretary, 10. 930. 
to arrest pilots, 10. 388. 
to be furnished with arms, 10. 418. 
to Caswell on blankets for troops, 

11. 367; on need of money to 
move troops northward, 11. 411- 
412; on privateers and captures of 
arms, 11. 416; on resignations 
and promotions, 11. 376; on 
troops, 15. 766. 

to collect troops, 10. 938. 
to court martial Love, 10. 472. 
to Harnett on Cains, 19. 904-905; on 
Moore's Creek battle, 10. 483-4; 
11. 283-5; on powder for Char- 
leston, 22. 747; on public affairs, 
22. 751. 
to march to S. C, 10. 947. 
to make carriages for cannon, 10. 

290. 
to report on troops, 10. 876. 
treatment of McDonald, 15. 764, 765. 
troops to join, 10. 556; to be sent 
to aid of, 10. 572; to be sent to 
S. C, 10. 906, 912. 
warrant to, 8. 706. 
watches British at Wilmington, 1 1 . 
xi. 
Moore, James, a J. P., 13. 40. 
Moore, James, a J. P., 15. 693. 
Moore, James, a J. P., 23. 994. 
Moore, James, accounts of corrected, 

10. 706. 
Moore, James, allowance to, 22. 856. 



Moore, Jas., army rank, 16. 1112. 

Moore, Jas., army rank, 16. 1119. 

Moore, Jas., army rank, 16. 1122. ' 

Moore, James, army recprd, 13. 474. 

Moore, James, allowance to, 18. 466; 
21. 186, 192, 425. 

Moore, James, Cont. lieut, 22. 1049. 

Moore, James, death, 5. xxiv. 

Moore, James, door keeper of assem- 
bly, 4. 494. 

Moore, James, in army, 13. 518. 

Moore, James, in Conv. 1789, 22 36 
46, 49. 

Moore, Jas., in militia, 22. 280. 

Moore, Jas., in militia, 22. 282. 

Moore, Jas., in militia, 22. 382. 

Moore, James, land coms'r, 24. 469. 

Moofe, James, land grant to, 4. 594 
1246, 1248. 

Moore, James, lieut., 15. 443. 

Moore, James, lieut., rank, 16. 664. 

Moore, James, major (2d), 10. 205 
530. 

Moore, Jas., maj., 20. 272, 460. 

Moore, James, money from, 21. 1066. 

Moore, Jas., officer, 18. 486. 
on S. C. of Duplin, 10. 112. 

Moore, James, payment to, 5. 967. 

Moore, James, pensioner, 22. 75. 

Moore, Jas., petitions, 19. 934. 

Moore, James, rank, 16. 72, 576, 608. 

Moore, James, resolve in favor of 20 
598. 

Moore, James, retails liquors, 2. 551, 
55, 558, 595, 602. 

Moore, James, road coms'r, 23. 910. 

Moore, James, vendue master, 20. 266 
27«, 442, 455. 

Moore, James (Duplin), major, 10. 
206, 531, 558. 

Moore, Mrs. James, dead, 22. 1007. 

Moore, James, Jr., petitions on roads 
and ferries, 5. 164-6. 

Moore, James, Sr., pensioner, 22. 77. 

Moore, James C, patroler, 10. 63. 

Moore, Jese, army rank, 16. 1117. 

Moore, Jese, army rank, 16. 1119. 

Moore, Jesse, witness, 10. 957. 

Moore, Jessee, in militia, 22. 387. 

Moore, Jo, estate settled, 19. 144. 

Moore, Jo. W., petitions for Wheat- 
field, 16. 660. 

Moore, John, a J. P., 4. 713, 916. 

Moore, John, allowance to, 22. 816. 

Moore, Jno., army pay, 17. 229. 

Moore, Jno., army rank, 16. 1109. 

Moore, Jno., army rank, 16. 1113. 



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135 



MOORE, MARMADUKE 



Moore, J no., army rank, 16. 1114. 
Moore, Jno., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Moore, Jno., army rank, 16. 1121. 
Moore, John, asks for new county, 9. 

89. 
Moore, John, claim, 9. 489. 
Moore, John, commands vessel, 1. 323. 

Moore, John, coms'r on Clark claims, 
24. 457, 525, 526. 

Moore, John, Baptist minister, 5. 1176. 

Moore, John, commission to, 16. 189. 

Moore, John, delivers pork, 10. 931. 

Moore, John, engages in riots, 10. 
933-935. 

Moore, John, exempted, 7. 584. 

Moore, John, in assembly, 16. 3, 49, 99, 
153, 156, 167; 19. 394, 494, 500, 
504, 505, 608, 613, 643, 671, 676, 
688; 21. 2, 3, 14, 47, 52, 66, 68, 
74, 77, 109, 115, 121, 130, 160, 168, 
179, 189, 194, 195, 198, 223, 234, 
264, 288, 294, 297, 305, 332, 344, 
345, 372, 379, 402, 431, 592, 645, 
751, 871, 873, 892, 897, 930, 931, 
937, 941, 946, 965, 970, 1003, 1006, 
1012, 1013, 1015, 1021, 1030, 1032. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 2, 6, 25, 27, 29, 
32, 35. 

. In Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 47, 48. 
on com. of assembly, 16.. 23, 24, 38, 
105, 132; 17. 277, 278, 329, 353. 

Moore, Jno., in militia, 22. 166. 

Moore, John, in militia, 22. 273. 

Mcore, Jno., in militia, 22. 280. 

Moore, Jno., in militia, 22. 281. 

Moore, Jno., in militia, 22. 330. 

Moore, John, juror, 4. 517. 

Moore, John, juror, 4. 523. 

Moore, John, juror, 4. 524. 

Moore, John, land grant asked, 4. 631; 
grant to, 4. 333, 619, 638, 704, 710, 
711, 765, 804. 

Moore, John, lieut, 10. 973. 

Moore, John, memorial, 21. 253. 

Moore, John, memorial on school, 7. 
35-36. 

Moore, John, officer, 18. 449, 458. 

Moore, John, payments to, 17. 698, 
780. 

Moore, John, pensioner, 22. 76. 

Moore, John, petition, 19. 78, 79; con- 
sidered, 16. 116. 

Moore, John, petitions on land grants, 
9. 1260-62; 11. 250-3. 

Moore, John, provisions stored with, 
11. 465. 

Moore, John, quit rents of, 22. 242. 



Moore, Jno., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Moore, John, reports on Briar Creek 

battle, 14. 278; on Tories, 14. 

i'ii-iv. 
Moore, John, resigns as coms'r to set- 
tle accounts of soldiers, 19. 758- 

759. 
Moore, John, resigns as J. P., 19. 178, 

289. 
Moore, John^ sells pistols, 22. 277. 
Moore, John, signs order for impress- 
ment, 10. 786. 
Moore, John, taxable, 15. 192. 
Moore, Col. John, Tory leader and de^ 

feated by Whigs, 14. xiii, xiv, 261; 

15. 252. 
attacked, 15. 7. 
property confiscated, 19. 672; 24. 

263, 424. 
rises with Tories in N. C, 14. 866- 

867. 
M9ore, John, voter, 15. 238. 
Moore, John, Watauga to be annexed, 

10. 708-711. 
I Moore, John, Jr., 4. 517. 
Moore, John W., history of, quoted, 

22. V. 
Moore, Joseph, a J. P., 6. 1007. 
Moore, Jos., army rank, 16. 1116. 
Moore, Jos, dead, 19. 259. 
Moore, Joseph, debts due by, 8. 278- 

279. 
dues from as sheriff, 9. 572. 
Moore, Joseph, engages in riots, 10. 

933-935. 
Moore, Joseph, in militia, 22. 160. 
Moore, Jos., in militia, 22. 366. 
Moore, Jos., in militia, 22. 375. 
Moore, Joseph, indicted and tried, 2. 

361-363. 
Moore, Jos., juror, 4. 524. 

land grant asked for, 4. 440, 441. 
Moore, Joseph, major, 10. 205. 
Moore, Joseph, petition, 19. 507, 510, 

596, 933. 
Moore, Jos., reports on Fanning, 22. 

568. 
Moore, Joslah, army pay, 17. 232. 
Moore, Lemuel, army pay, 17. 229. 
Moore, Lemuel, army pay, 17. 232. 
Moore, Lemuel, army rank, 16. 1112. 
Moore, Leml., army rank, 16. 1119. 
Moore, Margaret, petition, 18. 155. 
Moore, Margaret, taxable, 15. 192. 
Mcore, Marmaduke, army pay, 17. 233. 

army rank, 13. 592; 16. 1116. 
Moore, Marmaduke, in army, 13. 505. 



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136 



MOORE, MAURICE 



Moore, Mary, deposition, 6. 276. 
Moore, Mary, petition, 18. 147, 173, 

178, 184, 211, 395, 413, 448. 
Moore, Mary, to Martin on wives and 

children of Tories, 16. 467-469. 
Moore, Matw., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Moore, Mathias, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 

37, 62, 99. 
Moore, Matthew, a J. P., 23. 994. 
Moore, Matthew, on Surry S. C, 10. 

251, 255 
Moore, Maurice, 2. 59, 61, 346. 
a J. P., 4. 4, 346, 447. 
administrator, 2. 65. 
announces Johnston's arrival, 3. 

642. 
asks for lapsed land, 2. 303, 307, 

312-313, 314. 
asks for resurvey, 4. 349. 
assists in inpeachment of Smith, 4. 

500. 
brings in bills, 4. 124-125. 
Burrington's treatment cited, 3. 358, 

382. 
chairman com. of whole, 4. 499. 
claims land, 4. 274-275, 279. 
colonel of troops against Spaniards 

4. 633. 
commands N. C. troops in S. C, 2. 

vi, 180 
coms'r on navigation, 25. 195; on 

pub. accounts, 25. 165; on town, 

25. 470. 
consulted by S. C. assembly, 2. 255, 

256-257, 258. 
deputy, 25. 209; to Blake, 2. 482. 
founds Brunswick, 23. 239, 240. 
gives account of lands, 3. 401. 
in assembly, 2. 575, 608; 4. 117, 118, 

129, 366, 375, 388, 399, 414, 474, 49$! 

495, 496, 497, 501, 504, 508. 
in council, 2. 482-485, 500-507, 514- 

515, 532, 541-542. 
juror, 2. 442. 
keeps up agitation, 4. 24. 
land grant to, 4. 274. 
law suit with Blount, 2. 312-13, 314, 

328. 
paid by S. C. assembly, 2. 418. 
nominates Castellaw for speaker, 4. 

493. 
on claims com., 22. 818, 824, 828, 

829. 
on com. of assembly, 4. 85, 121, 233. 
on Va. boundary commission, 2. 518. 
petition, 2. 255-256. 
petitions about estate of Taylor, 2. 



450-451, 456. 

presents petition from Onslow and 
Bladen, 4. 121. 

reported estates of, 4. 314. 

resurvey granted, 4. 350, 1047-1048 

rights proved, 4. 596. 

seizes public records and is tried, 2. 
321-322. 

signs acts, 23. 110. 

speaker of assem., 2. 575, 608. 

thanked by S. C. assembly, 2. 256. 

to account for his claims, 3. 254. 

to Board of Trade on land grants, 
4. 309-315. 

to have land surveyed, 4. 60. 

trial for seizing records, 2. 357-358, 
359-362, 364, 367, 368-369. 

vestryman, 2. 208; 23. 7. 
Moore, Judge Maurice, 7. 33; 8. xli; 9. 
691; 22. 167. 

arrives in Hillsboro, 8. 613. 

asso. justice, 7. 9, 690, 691, 697. 

at council of war, 7. 842. 

attacked by Moore, 7. 435. 

certifies to personal danger at Hills- 
boro Ct, 8. 538-539. 

ch. com. whole, 6 1186, 1203. 

claims, 9. 502, 553. 

col. of volunteers, 7. 829, 830, 834. 

conciliatory letter of to Martin dis- 
cussed by him, 11. 722-723. 

conduct, 7. 290. 

dead, 11. 456. 

denounced by regulators, 8. 519. 

distrusted by regulators, 8. 534. 

educated in N. E., 10. 400. 

in assembly, 5. 873, 878, 890, 892, 
894, 904, 905, 911, 1000, 1004, 1006, 
1011, 1012; 6. 119, 133, 135, 136, 
137, 140, 141, 149, 150, 159, 166, 
185, 187, 189, 363, 365, 893, 911, 
924, 925, 927, 941, 943, 957, 963, 
1108, 1111, 1125, 1127, 1130, 1131, 
1150, 11546, 1163, 1169, 1175, 1179, 
1185, 1198, 1199, 1200, 1201, 1212, 
1223, 1224, 1233, 1241, 1242, 1257, 
1258, 1259, 1263, 1264, 1265, 1269. 
1271, 1273, 1277, 1280, 1285, 1286 
1298, 1305, 1306, 1307, 7. 300, 30l! 

308, 342, 343, 350, 352, 354, 359, 372, 
375, 381, 384, 391, 561, 567, 575, 
619, 622, 627, 628, 642, 661, 662, 
928, 933, 938, 940, 942; 8. 97, 103, 
106, 107, 116, 120, 135, 137, 303, 

309, 320, 326, 329, 330, 336, 386, 
434; 9. 110, 113, 136, 138, 143, 144, 



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137 



MOORE, RICHARD 



148, 150, 153, 161, 164, 170, 193, 

223, 417, 422, 493, 502, 524, 530, 

532, 540, 589, 719, 720, 722, 729, 

733, 735, 744, 764, 837, 839, 843, 

847, 851, 886, 898, 902. 

in council, 6. 243, 340-345, 345-353, 

365, 439-469, 512-513, 628-637, 638- 

650, 652-661. 

in Prov. Cong., to. 166,. 167, 173, 913. 

judge of o. and t. court, 9. 673, 674. 

land grants to, 6. 1012, 1071; in 

1725 (?), G. 765. 
letter reflects on, 7. xxvi. 
letter to said to be false, 8. 268 

269, 331, 494. 

marries Eliz. Swann, 9. xxxix. 

on cause of the Regulation, 9. 5, 6. 

on com. of assem., 6. 841, 896 1094 

1126, 1152, 1153, 1155, 1199,' 120l' 

1214, 1222, 1224, 1259, 1263, 1265* 

1296; 7. 299, 344, 346, 351, 357^ 

568; 8. Ill, 270, 306, 309, 311, 315- 

9. 139, 141, 143, 212, 213, 501, 530. 

on com. of correspondence, 1 1 237 • 

23. 541, 854. 

on com. of council, 6. 347, 350, 363, 

375, 423, 434, 440, 450, 454 484' 

639, 641-642, 656, 659, 671, 691, 694! 

on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 168 169 

174, 175.. 
on com. on religious scruples, 10. 

viii. 
opinion on case of regulators 9 

336-337. 
payment to, 13. 349. 
petitions on issue of paper cur- 
rency, 7. 681-683; for roads and 
ferries, 5. 164-166; from Orange 
Co. on juries and illegal fees and 
taxes, 7. 231-4. 
presides over ct., 8. 67; in Orange, 
8. 72, 184; at Salisbury ct., 6. 
1007; 7. 838; at trials of regula- 
tors, 7. 843-847; 7. 528-530. 
•proposed as judge of o. and t., 9. 

607. 
recommended for council, 5. 947; 6. 

217, 968. 
recommends Bodley, 8. 173; Coch- 
ran for mercy, 7. 119; McCart- 
ney, 9. 61-62. 
reports on public accounts. 5. 793- 

804; 6. 201-209. 
salary as judge paid, 9. 144. 
seeks to win over regulators, 8. 
xxxiv. 
should attend Hlllsboro ct, 8. 695. 



summoned to Hillsboro ct. and sub- 
sequent orders, 8. 712, 713. 
surety, 6. 1057. 
suspended for resistance to Stamp 

Act, 7. 199-200, 201. 
takes oath, 6. 1087. 
threatened with whipping and de- 
nounced, 8. 520. 
to Martin on McDugal, 9. 683-684, 
687; on reconciliation, 11. 269- 
270; and answer, 10. 395-396, 398- 
399, 400, 431-432. 
to Tryon on his career, 8. 718-727; 
on Regulation, 7. xxv; 8. 178-179, 
192, 195. 
trial for libel against considered, 

8. 546. 
Tryon to on trial of regulators 8 
694-695. 
Moore, Maurice, army record, 13. 474. 
Moore, Maurice, Jr., ensign, 10. 187. 
Moore, Maurice, Jr., land grant to 4 

1247 
Moore, MauMice, Sr., in militia 22 

280. 
Moore, Morris, army pay, 17. 232. 
Moore, Moses, juror, 4. 521. 
Moore, Moses, juror, 10. 2. 
Moore, Moses, juror, 10. 3. 
Moore, Moses, land grant to, 4. 591. 
Moore, Moses, land patent to, 6. 631. 
Moore, Moses, petition on separation 

22. 205-11. 
Moore, Moses, signs Tryon Asso., 10 

162-163 
Moore, Nat., a J. P., 3. 425; 4. 4. 347. 
Moore, Nath., in militia, 22. 384. 
Moore, Nath., patroler, 10. 64 
Moore, Nathan, in assembly, 4. 372 

375. 
Moore, Nathaniel, 4. 52. 
Moore, Nathl., army rank, 16. 1111. 
Moore, Natlianiei, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 
38. 
signs Pitt Asso., 10. 222. 
Moore, Nathaniel, to Board of Trade 

on land grants, 4. 308-315. 
Moore, Patrick, claims proved, 8. 517. 
Moore, Ralph, army rank, 16. 1109. 
Moore, Reuben, army pay, 17. 229. 
Moore, Reuben, army rank, 16, 1116. 
Moore, Richard, in Assembly, 12. 265, 
334, 346, 347, 348, 368, 374, 381, 
382, 396, 399, 402, 408, 420, 429; 
19. 374. 
petitions for division of Orange Co., 



MOORE, RICHARD 



138 



MOORE, SARAH 



9. 809. 

Moore, Richard, land grant to, 4. 590. 
Moore, Richard Channfng, letter 

ment'd, 8. 789. 
Moore, Robt., a J. P., 23. 944. 
Moore, Robert, counterfeiter, 10. 662, 

663, 664. 
Moore, Robert, ensign, tO. 944. 
Moore, Robt., in militia, 22. 165. 
Moore, Robt., in militia, 22. 375. 
Moore, Robt., juror, 2. 556. 
Moore, Robert, juror, 4. 517. 
Moore, Robert, juror, 22. 501, 502, 
503, 505, 507, 508, 510, 592. 
on Rowan S. C, 10. 252, 279, 290, 
309. 
Moore, Robert, memorial, 19. 560, 562. 
Moore, Robert, petitions on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Moore (Moor), Roger, 4. 280, 334, 455. 
a J. P., 4. 4, 46, 218, 346, 418, 447, 

683. 
agrees to continue Granville line, 

4. 810-111. 
asks Murray to clear ship, 4. 464- 

465. 
assistant justice, 3. 376, 423, 493- 

494; 4. 885. 
buys land, 3. 460, 466. 
cares for Sp. prisoners, 22. 272. 
case of delayed, 4. 329; Lethgow 
aga,inst, 4. 1080, 1087, 1094, 1111- 
1112, 1122-1123, 1145, 1147. 
certifies to proposed acts, 4. 316. 
claim allowed, 22. 402, 403. 
claims land, 4. 219, 220, 225. 
coms'r on fort, 23. 229; on river, 
22. 278; on S. C. line, 4. viii; 5. 
374-5; to Hx site of capital, 4. 898. 
complains of double voting by 
president of council, and answer, 
4. 448-453, 455-460, 462-470, 480- 
481, 482, 483, 485, 486-487. 
copy of patent wanted, 4. 73. 
dead, 5. 34, 176. 
founds Brunswick and town coms'r 

and treas., 23. 239, 240. 
in council, 3. 123, 497, 500; 4. 1-5, 
31-37, 49-60, 67, 75-95, 216-222, 277- 
279, 280-281, 283-284, 334-337, 343, 
347-349, 350, 355-370, 439-453, 454, 
455-460, 470-492, 587-590, 592-603, 
615-620, 625-627, 639-651, 674-714, 
714-719, 760-770, 798-814, 834-838, 
850-852, 884-891, 891-898, 902-917, 
935, 945-960, 961-971, 971-984, 1000- 
1010, 1032-1046, 1048-1051, 1051- 



1064, 1064-1068, 1166, 1177. 

keeps up agitation, 4. 24. 

land grant asked, 3. 426; 4. 701, 707, 
851; grants to, 4. 5-7, 218, 221, 
222, 273, 336, 593, 619, 642, 650, 707, 
759, 764, 767, 945, 959, ,1040, 1046;' 
6. 1087; patent in name of, 3. 618; 
to be resurveyed, 8. 71. 

law suit, 4. 934-935, 941. 

motion in behalf of Powell, 4. 1051. 

objects to grant to Espy, 4. 49-50. 

on com. of council, 4. 357, 359, 362, 
363, 390, 474, 724, 738, 777 823, 975, 
989, 1053, 1058, 1061. 

opposes petition, 4. 51. 

ordered to report on lands 4. 336. 

petition for land rejected, 4. 220. 

proceedings against ment'd., 3. 516 

protests against grants of more than 
50 acres to each person, 4. 60; 
against Murray, 4. 465. 

reported estates of, 4. 314. 

reviews history of representation, 4. 
1199-1201. 

rights proved, 4. 596, 705. 

road coms'r, 22. 220. 

stops issue of land patents, 4. 59-60. 

surety, 4. 1105, 1126. 

to administer oaths to assembly, 4. 
67, 355. 

tries to take land, 4. 57. 

vestryman. 23. 191 

wins suit for heirs of Ashe, 4. 343. 

witness, 3. 328, 329. 
Moore, Roger, captain, 10. 517, 520. 

in Prov. Cong., 10. 164, 166. 172. 

marries Polly Nash, 9. 1132. 

plots against Davis to get his prop- 
erty, 16. 596-599. 

resigns as capt, 10. 943. 
Moore, Mrs. Roger, dead, 18. 990. 
Moore, S. R., certifies to act, 4. 315- 

316. 
Moore, Miss Sallie (Nat.), marries, 

16. 999. 
Moore, Samuel, drafted, 14. 839. 
Moore, Samuel, in militia, 17. 1057. 
Moore, Sam., in militia, 22. 270. 
Moore, Sam'!., in militia, 22. 417. 
Moore, Samuel, juror, 4. 517. 

land grant to, 4. 601; rights proved, 
4. 598. 

quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Moore, Sarah, imported, 1. 479. 
Moore, Mrs. Sarah, Martin to on par- 
don for Mawbly, 16. 337-338. 



MOORE, SCHENCK J. 



139 



MOORE, WILLIAM 



to Martin on wives and children of 
Tories, 16. 467-469. 
Moore, Schenck J., in militia, 22. 

280. 
Moore, Schenking^ in militia, 22. 306. 

report on militia co., 22. 388. 
Moore, Shadk., army rank rank, 16. 

H21. 
Moore, Shadrack, signs Pitt Asso., 10. 

221. 
Moore, Simon, army rank, 16. 1122. 
Moore, Skinking, imposed on by New 

Lights, 7. 287. 
Moore, Stephen, 19. 625. 
allowance to widow, 18. 211. 
draft in favor of, 16. 405. 
in assemb., 19. 383. 
movements, 16. 643. 
nom. for C. C, 18. 80, 114, 121, 313, 
340, 347; 19. 626; 20. 230, 423; 
for treas., 18. 179, 181, 400, 409. 
petition, 20. 214, 216, 245, 252, 253, 
274-275, 394, 421-422, 437, 458, 463. 
prisoner, 15. 393; 17. 1046. 
quoted on negroes, 17. 125 
recommended for Q M. G., 22. 562. 
report on accounts of, 18. 165-166, 
198, 313, 314, 387-388, 393, 426-427, 
431. 
resolution of C. C. In favor of 18. 

80. 
to deliver arms, 16. 702. 
to Greene on Amer. prisoners., 17. 

1044-6. 
to ''umner on arms, 16. 635-636. 
hioore, Stephen, in militia, 22. 422. 
Moore, Thomas, army pay, 17. 229. 
Moore, Thos., army rank, 16. 1110. 
Moore, Thos., army rank, 16. 1112. 
Mcore, Thos., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Moore, Thos., bill to collect taxes in 

Anson, 9. 134, 221. 
Moore, Thomas, brother of sent to 

Blunt, 2. 50. 
Mcore, Thos., court martialed, 12. 519. 
Moore, Thos., enlists, 22. 434. 
Moore, Thos., enlists, 22. 447. 
Moore, Thos., in army, 23. 510. 
Moore, Thos., in army, 15. 718. 
Moore, Thos., in militia, 22. 163. 
Moore, Thomas, land grant asked, 4. 

708. 
Moore, Thomas, regulator, 7. 734. 
Moore, Thomas, widow asks for ad- 
ministration papers, 3. 217. 
Moore, THus, juror, 4. 521. 
Moore, W., 18. 647. 



Moore, W., army rank, 16. 1116 
Moore, Will, petition, 20. 589. 
Moore, Wm., 20. 436. 
Moore, Wm., 22. 409. 
Moore, Wm, a J. P., 8. 27. 
Moore, Wm., a J. P., 23. 994. 
Moore, Wm., a J. P., 23. 995. 
Moore, Wm., act to collect tax, 23. 
832; 24. 866-7. 
bill for supplies, 22. 268; to em- 
power him to collect taxes, 8. 293, 
296, 298, 300, 324, 332, 336, 337, 
341, 366, 367, 380, 455-436, 439, 
477; in Burke Co., 18. 149, 199, 
205, 246, 248, 287, 370, 373, 379, 
427! 430. 
claims allowed, 9. 717, 756. 
clerk of court, 12. 589, 695-696, 702. 
commissary for Tryon Co., 10. 440. 
coms'r on building, 23. 964, 972; 
24. 19, 461, 839, 880; on CO., 23. 
803; on road 23. 920. 
CO. coms'r, 24. 25-6, 524. 
dues from as sheriff, 8. 280-1 ; 9. 574. 
in assembly., 8. 107, 116, 120, 135, 
137, 147, 293, 304, 324, 326, 336, 
422, 427, 430, 444, 448, 454; 9. 136, 
139,' 144, 147, 154, 186, 190, 195, 
199, 223, 714, 715, 725, 734, 735, 
751, 753, 760, 770, 774, 783, 836, 
881, 883, 902, 905, 910, 931, 951, 
1189; on com. of assemb. 8. 118, 
309; 9. 740. 
on Rowan S. C, 10. 280, 309. 
report on memorial of, 18. 17-18, 48- 

49, 55, 412. 
signs test, 10. 297. 
to Caswell on Va. boundary, raising 
troops, etc., and answer, 14. 107- 
108, 117-118. 
to pay for salt, 10. 999. 
to Rutherford on Ch-erokee cam- 
paign, 10. 895-8. 
Moore, Wm., allowance to, 22. 844, 

861. 
Moore, Wm., army rank, 16. 1110. 
Moore, Wm., army rank, 16. 1112. 
Moore, Wm., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Moore, Wm., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Moore, Wm., army rank, 16. 1119. 
Moore, Wm., army rank, 16. 1121. 
Moore (More), Wm., buys, 1. 489, 613. 
constable, 1. 533. 
Juror, 1. 623, 627. 
lapse patent to, 2. 525. 
retails liquor, 2. 595, 602. 
road overseer, 1. 563. 



MOORE, WILLIAM 



140 



MOORE COUNTY 



surety, 1. 611. 
transports persons, 1. 533. 
Moore, Wm., bill for support of Span- 
ish, prisoners, 22. iii. 
Moore, Wm., com. of confiscated prop- 
erty, 16. 167, 169, 175; 19. 119, 
122, 123; 21. 291, 369, 984, 986. 
in assembly, 16. 3, 49, 67, 111, 127, 
153, 156, 165, 167; 19. 692, 717, 719, 
735, 738, 748, 751, 773, 794, 804, 
808, 812, 816, 822, 824, 835. 
pensioned, 19. 133, 134, 244. 
petition, 18. 287; 19. 451, 454, 623, 
626, 685, 797, 827; 21.' Ill, 116, 
174-175, 179, 192. 
receives clothing, 16. 619. 
report on, 21. 436. 
resigns as colonel of militia, 16, 

147; as J. P. 18. 75, 302, 311. 
resolve in favor of, 1 9. 440, 443, 477, 

478, 483, 485, 778, 826, 827, 
sheriff, 21. 1072. 
witness in Clay case, 19. 787. 
Moore, Wm., debts due by, 8. 280-1. 
Moore, Wm., debts due by, 8. 280-1. 
Moore, Wrri., deposition on collecting 

taxes, 7. 943, 951, 953. 
Moore, Wm., depositions on his Tory- 
ism, 15. 687-690. 
Moore, Wm., deserter, 11. 742 
Moore, Wm, in assembly, 13. 784. 
Moore, Wm., in Davidson's Co., 14. 

294. 
Moore, Wm., In mllitia| 22. 280. 
Moore, Wm., in militia, 22. 281. 
Moore, Wm., in militia, 22. 365. 
Moore, Wm., in militia, 22. 373. 
Moore, Wm., in militia, 22. 396. 
Moore, Wm., in Leg. of Transylvania, 

9. 1267, 1273. 

Moore, Wm., juror, 4. 522. 
Moore, Will, juror, 10. 2, 4, 5, 6. 
Moore, Wm., juror, 22. 504, 506. 
Moore, Wm., land grant to, 4. 225, 

348, 619, 638, 703, 765, 1246. 
Moore, Wm., major and lieut. colonel, 

10. 207, 532. 

Moore, Wm., messenger, 8. 262. 
Moore, William, pay to, 22. 485. 
Moore, Wm., pensioner, 22. 76. 
Moore, Wm., pensioner, 22. 77. 
Moore, Wm., petition on land grants, 

9. 1260-3. 
Moore, Wm., petition on separation, 

22. 705-11. 
Moore, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Moore, Wm., recruiting officer, 22. 



928. 
Moore, Wm., road coms'r, 25. 264. 
Moore, Wm., school trustee, 24. 535. 
Moore, Wm., vestryman, 23. 250. 
Moore, Wm., Bladen), petition, 18. 

47, 55, 176, 182, 412. 
Moore, Wm., (Duplin), pensioned, 18. 

172. 
Moore, Wm., (Orange), in Prov. Cong., 
10. 914, 916. 
on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 917. 
Moore, Wm., Jr., in militia, 22. 375. 
Moore, Wm., Sr., in Assem., 19. 129, 
130, 138, 162, 168, 169, 172, 179, 
18S, 211, 215, 218, 249, 280, 28l! 
287, 291, 342, 355, 394, 422. 
Moore, Wyll/is, army rank, 16. 1120. 
Moore, Zedekjah, prisoner, 16. 673. 
Moore Co., 17. 422; 18. 198, 431, 462; 
20. 69, 214, 216, 252, 312, 343, 347, 
394, 399, 412, 428, 437, 512, 520, 
541, 559; 21. 61, 101, 122,' 163, 
606, 653, 1048, 1067; 22. 144, 813; 
25. 64. 
act for tax for public buildings, 24. 
624-5, 756-7, 810-11, 974-5, 990-1; 
25. 108; act on jurors, 24. 704, 
907-8, 928; 25. 13; to create, 24. 
644-5, 703-5; to destroy wild ani- 
mals, 24. 749-50; to fix time of 
Co. ct., 24. 717-18; to put into 
new Payetteville Dist., 24. 927-8. 
bill for dist. court, 1 8. 453 ; for pub- 
lic buildings, 20. 582, 593; for tax 
in for public building, 21. 161, 
164; for town in, 18. 144, 200, 
368, 380; on courts and public 
buildings, 20. 65; to add to Hills- 
boro Dist, 20. 154, 338, 339; to 
confirm proceedings of J. P.'s, 1 9. 
449, 463, 479, 759, 789, 806, 822. 
census of 1790, 26. 788-802. 
jurors from, 24. 645. 
members in assembly, 17. 265, 277, 
295; 18. 2, 32, 124, 135, 227; 19. 
400, 718, 722; 20. 2, 120, 192, 221, 
302, 476; 21. 2, 5, 13, 194, 730, 
872, 879. 
members in Conv., 1788 and 89; 22. 

2, 37, 40. 
owes State, 21. 1067, 1068, 1075. 
petition on fish, 17. 317, 327, 336, 

385. 
Presbyterians in, 5. 1198. 
representation and remonstrance 
from, 20. 169. 



MOORE FAMILY 



141 



MORATUCK 



tax in, 19. 706. 
Moore Family, say quit rents are too 
high, 4. 203. 
settle at Cape Pear, 3. 338. 
Moore fort, M. 178. 
Moorefi, Schencknigh, road coms'r, 

25. 264. 
Moorefields Tabernacle, 8. xxxix. 
Moore's Creek, 12. 396, 848; 13. ix, 
469; 15. 715; 19. 957; 23. 418. 
requistion from, 8. 715. 
Moore's Creek, Caswell Co., 22. 121. 
Moore's Creek Bridge, battle at, 9. Iv; 
10. 477, 479; 11. xiv, xvii, 341, 
368, 401, 465, 457, 627; 12. 202, 
226, 373, 553, 707; 13. 57, 317, 731; 
19. 975; 22. 97, 145-6, 730, 812; 
25. 264. 
account of, 11. 280, 289-290. 
and results, 10. xii-xiv. 
Caswell thanked for, 10. 513, 515, 

516; to Harnett on, 10. 482. 
composition of British in battle, 10. 

xxvi. 
correspondence between Moore and 
McDonald on submission to king, 
10. 276-279. 
defeat of, 11. 286-287; 22. 129. 
Devane's and Lee's depositions on 

battle, 15. 784-5, 788. 
efforts to secure release of prison- 
ers, 11. 401-402. 
fought and won, 10. xl. 
inventory of captures, 10. 485-486. 
McDonald captured at, 15. 764. 
McDonald's (Hugh) account of, 11. 

828, 829. 
Martin on, 10. 490-493; 22. 616. 
Moore to Harnett on, 10. 483-484. 
Moore's account of battle of, 11. 

283-285. 
preliminary operations, 10. 465-468. 
prisoners of removed from State, 

10. 544-545, 547-549. 
salt to soldiers of, 10. 690, 704. 
treatment of prisoners, 1 1 . 766. 
Moore's Creek Church, 5. 1179. 
Moore's Ferry, 14. 512; 15. 9, 10. 
Moore's Hill, S. C, 15. 304. 
Moore's House, 14. 332, 355, 356. 
Moore's Plantation (Alfred), 22. 126. 
Moore's Tables and Lefiphanes, 22. 

885. 
Moorham^ Andrew, army pay, 17. 233. 
Mooring, Col., 18. 100. 
Mooring, John, army pay, 17.. 234. 
Mooring, John, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 37. 



Moorlnge, James, deposition, 7. 94. 
Moorman^ Andrew, land grants to, 4. 

952, 960, 1034, 1241. 
Moormani Andrew, Jr., land grant to, 

4. 960. 
Moorman, Archelam, regulator, 8. 80. 
Moorman, Bennakia, regulator, 8. 80. 
Moorman, John, land grant to, 4. 1241. 
Moorman, Thomas, regulator, 8. 80. 
Moors, as slaves, 23. 196. 

Moor's, 22. 425. 
Moose, D. F., 9. 752. 
Moose, John, petitions on land grants, 

9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-253. 
Moose family, 8. 745. 
Mootlow, J no., in militia, 22. 374. 
Morals, condition, 7. 288. 
low state of, 3. 624. 
retrogression in, 6. 709, 710. 
Urmston on, 1. 767. 
Moran, James, allowance to, 22. 858. 
Moran, Jas., army rank, 16. 1119. 
Moran, James, register, 9. 298. 
to Tryon on Stamp act proceed- 
ings, 7. 242-243. 
Moran, Wm., in militia, 17. 1061. 
Morande, Rey de, contracts to deliver 

cannon, 19. 708-711. 
Moratock (place), 2. 425,426,428,698. 
Moratuck (Morratock, Morrattock, 
Maratic, Moratoc, Moretto, Morat- 
tuck, Miratuck, Marattoke, Mara- 
tuck, Marrattock, Morratuck, 
Mooratuck, Murrattock) River, 1. 
741, 749, 803; 2. 6, 31, 38, 67, 71, 
242, 283, 330, 352, 389, 390, 426, 
428, 429, 456, 457, 485, 487, 488, 
522, 523, 524, 717, 781, 810; 3. 176, 
404, 445, 583, 592; 4. 68, 186, 232, 
235; 5. 92, 115, 405, 857; 9. 790; 
22. 291, 294; 23. 100, 112, 299, 335, 
445, 481; 25. 164, 212, 465. 
boundary of Albemarle Co., 1. 99. 
falls of, 4. 479. 

first called Roanoke, 2. 777, 778. 
Indian forays on, 1. 658. 
Indians on, 2. 38; will fly to, 1. 884. 
land grants on, 1 . 125, 855 ; on north 
side of to be mortgaged to Va., 2. 
7; purchased on, 1. 676, 677; taken 
up on, 2. 139-140. 
navigated by Pox, 1. 217. 
no lands to be surveyed within two 

miles of, 2. 33. 
town on, 1. 229, 231. 
Tuscaroras to settle on, 2. 283. 
value of lands on, 3. 220. 



MORAVIAN CAMP 



142 MORELAND, BARTLETT 



Va. orders land to be surveyed on, 
2. 375. 

See also Roanoke River. 
Moravian Camp, 8. 592, 593, '673, 674, 

717. 
Moravian Church, 8. 776. 
Moravian School in Salem, 5. 1160- 

1161. 
Moravian Settlement, 4. xxl. 

located, 5. 1-14. 

request to remove arms to, 8. 829. 

troops at, 14. 582. 

Tryon marches to, 8. 649. 

visited by Martin, 9. 329. 
Moravian Store, 21. 269. 
Moravian Town, 8. 592; 14. 428, 667, 
698; 21. 289, 624; 22. 95, 100, 
140, 141, 444, 475, 484. 

stores to be moved to, 15. 541, 542. 

troops to rendezvous at, 14. 626. 
Moravians, 8. viii, 505, 744; 19. 850, 
851, 852; 22. 168, 460. 

act for relief of, 24. 329; act on 
ment'd, 24. 594; on affirmation, 
24. 13, 14, 86, 219, 329, 684-5; to 
pay extra tax, 24. 204, 222, 281- 
2, 318, 434, 438, 439, 492; to vest 
lands of in F. W. Marshall, 24. 
466. 

allowance to for provisions for In- 
dians, 6. 210. 

ask for capt. of militia, 5. 810. 

asked for nlinisters by Lutherans, 8. 
778; to sell arms, 10. 526. 

bill to tax, 19. 167-168, 188, 224, 314, 
361; to vest lands of in Marshall, 
18. 26, 27, 37, 47, 52, 57. 

buy land of Granville, 5. iii, x. 

character, 9. 657. 

churches and lands secured to, 23. 
986-7. 

com. report and bill on petition on 
oath, 13. 541, 550-551, 572, 579, 
601, 639, 648-649, 652-653, 685, 711, 
728, 830, 831, 920, 921. 

exempted from military service, 24. 
117, 190, 193, 358, 361, 386, 413, 
716, 819. 

furnish leather, 14. 391. 

history of, 5. 1144-1163. 

in Pa., 8. 729. 

location, 8. 730. 

payment and expresses to, 22. 441. 

petition from, 9. 456; on oath re- 
ferred to com. and rejected, 12. 
788-789, 798, 806, 846-847, 850, 857- 



858. 
provision and money tax, 24. 344, 

390, 391, 392, 435. 
settlers take refuge with, 5. xlix, 

liii. 
tax on, 17. 642, 643, 644-645, 725, 729. 
to confer with Safety Com. and ex- 
plain matters, 10. 230. 
to furnish clothing for troops, 12. 
640, 749, 750 ; troops or substitutes, 
13. 415; 24. 156. 
to take oath for citizenship, 12. 809, 

810. 
translations from archives of, 4. 

1311-1314; 5. 1-14. 
Woodmason's report on, 7. 285-286. 

Morby, Catherine, asks for land, 2. 
282. 

Morby, George, lands of lapse, 2. 282. 

Morde, Lewis & Co., 16. 942. 

Mordick, Benj., exempted, 8. 109. 

Mordick, Michael, exempted, 8. 109. 

More. See Moon, Moor, Moore. 

More, Col., agrees to raise 10th regi- 
ment, 11. 670. 

More, Augusten, in militia, 22. 319. 

Mere, Charles, petition on' who are 
tithables, 9. 97. 

More, Elijah, promoted, 17. 141. 

More, Ellecander, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-13. 

Mere, George, asks for new county, 
9. 89. 

More, John, 16. 1088. 

More, Jno., in militia, 22. 324. 

More John, law suits, 1. 549. 

More, Joseph, takes oath, 22. 169. 

More, Robert petitions on land grants, 
9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-252. 

More, Thos., In militia, 22. 320. 

More, Thos., takes oath, 22. 177. 

More, Wm., administrator, 1. 566. 

More, Wm., petitions for division of 
Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 

Moree, Thomas, juror, 4. 520. 

Morefield, Jas., in militia, 22. 370. 

Morehead, Capt., receives pay, 14. 
335. 

Morehead, Jas., army pay, 17. 229. 
army rank, 16. 1122. 
boundary coms'r, 25. 38. 
lieut, 10. 626. 

Morehead, John, petitions on land 
grants, 9. 1260-1263; 11. 250-254. 

Moreland, Absalom, in. militia,. 17. 
1061. 

Moreland, Bartlett, army pay, 17. 229. 



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143 



MORGAN, JAMES 



army rank, 16. 1117. 
Morell, Richard, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-12. 
Moreton, Col., 15. 754. 
Moreton, Peter, land grants to, 4. 349. 
Morett, Charles, juror, 4. 521. 
Morey, John, juror, 4. 523. 
Morgaln, Jos., Jr., in militia, 22. 341. 
Morgain, Wm., in militia, 22. 342. 
Morgan, Capt., on desertions, 7. 630. 
prosecutes Illegal trader, 7. 548. 
seizes smuggling sloop, 7. 491, 497. 
Morgan, Capt., wounded, 15. 638. 
Morgan, Abel, petition on separation, 

22. 705-12." 
Morgan, Andrew, exempted, 8. 119. 
Morgan, And., in militia, 22. 320, 321. 
Morgan, Andrew, land grant to, 4. 

765, 886. 
Morgan, Ann, land grant to, 4. 350. 
Morgan, Benj., 10. 570. 
Morgan, BenJ., army rank, 16. 1119. 

ensign, 10. 517. 
Morgan, Bennet, army rank, 16. 1109. 
Morgan, Bennet, in army, 13. 506. 
Morgan, Bennet, in army, 13. 529. 
Morgan, Bennet, juror, 25. 188. 
Morgan, Bennet, quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Morgan, Chas., army rank, 16. 1111. 
Morgan, Chas., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Morgan (Morgin), Gen. Daniel, 12. 
459; 14. 502, 692, 693, 758; 15. 
128; 19. 959; 21. 172; 22. 104, 
aid from, 14. 397, 398, 402, 404, 

405, 407, 410, 411, 423. 
and Cowpens, 15. 134. 
asked for to command troops, 14. 

664. 
at Council of War, 15. 160-161. 
Board of War to on accompanying 

Smallwood, 14. 400. 
clothing to for self and troops, 14. 

715. 
commands marksmen, 12. 530. 
defeats Tarleton at Cowpens, 17. 
981-982, 986, 989; 22. 109, 116, 123, 
134, 141, 533, 534. 
disposition of considered, 14. 760. 
enters service again, 14. xii. 
field officer, 12. 547. 
fights British, 11. 820, 821. 
goes to Waxhaws, 14. 764. 
harasses Br., 14. 434. 
in Va. and fights Tarleton, 1 5. 570. 
invited to command King's M't'n 

froces, 15. 106, 111, 373. 
joins Lafayette, 15. 519. 



location, 15. 306, 307, 575; 17. 981. 
marches against Cherokees, 10. 

837; to Salisbury, 14. 419. 
movements, 14. 789; 15. ix, xii, 117, 
306, 307; 17. 981, 987, 996, 997, 
998, -999; 19. 969, 990. 
nominated for brigadier, 14. 405. 
on retreat of Br., 14. 791. 
opposed by Tarleton and wins vic- 
tory, 16. iv. 
prisoners of secured, 16. v. 
pursued by Cornwallis, 16. iv. ■ 
return of brigade, 15. 162. 
sent to Broad River, 15. 184, 185; 

to the Catawba, 16. iv. 
skirmishes with British, 1 1 . 695. 
surprises Br., 15. 665. 
takes Br., 19. 885. 
takes Georgetown, 14. 775. 
to be sent to Western S. C, 14. 759. 
to command advanced troops, 14. 

705; riflemen, 14. 638. 
to Gates on his sickness, 14. 558; 
on his suspension, 14. 730-731; 
on new company to be raised by 
Shelby, 14. 749-750; on provi- 
sions, 14. 762-763. 
to harass Br., 14. 428. 
to join infantry and guard against 

smallpox, 14. 704. 
to marcH, 14. 779, 781, 782, 783. 
to visit Gates, 14. 742, 743. 
Morgan, David, land grant to, 4. 279. 
Morgan, Da'd., petitions on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Morgan, David, rights proved, 4. 598, 

1239. 
Morgan, Drury, army pay, 17. 232. 
Morgan, E., land grant to, 6. 1078. 
Morgan, Ezekiel, voter, 15. 237. 
Morgan, George, army pay, 17. 231. 
Morgan, Goin C, regulator, 8. 80. 
Morgan, Grace, tried for bigamy, etc., 

2. 243. 
Morgan, Henry, in militia, 22. 327. 
Morgan, Isaac, army rank, 16. 1121. 
Morgan, Isham, army pay, 17. 232. 
Morgan, J., Tryon on conduct of, 7. 

435. 
Morgan, James, army pay, 17. 233. 

army rank, 16. 1114. 
Morgan, James, estate settled, 2. 150. 
juror, 1. 592; 2. 543. 
petition, 1. 652. 
proves inventory, 1. 654. 
sells, 1. 608. 
Morgan, James, in army, 15. 732. 



MORGAN, JAMES 



144 



MORGAN, WILLIAM 



Morgan, James, in assembly, 4. 1182. 
Morgan, James, juror, 4. 517. 
Morgan, Jas., juror, 25. 186. 
Morgan, James, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Morgan, Jas., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Morgan, Jas., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Morgan, James, regulator, 7. 736. 
Morgan, James, submits linen for re- 
ward, 10. 829. 
Morgan, James, Jr., a J. P., 4. 346. 
Morgan, James, Jr., road overseer, 1. 

656. 
Morgan, James, Sr., juror, 1. 605. 
Morgan, Jane, petition, 1. 652. 
tried, 1. 619. 
law suit, 2. 150. 
Morgan, Jeremiah, arrested for con- 
tempt, 7. 358, 422. 
Morgan, John, army pay, 17. 230. 
Morgan, John, army pay, 17. 232. 
Morgan, John, army pay, 17. 233. 
Morgan, Jno., army rank, IB. 1113. 
Morgan, Jno., army rank, 16. 1115. 
Morgan, Jno., army rank, 16. 1118. 
Morgan, Jno., army rank, 16. 1119 
Morgan, John, asks for new county, 

9. 92. 
Morgan, John, buys land, 1. 486. 
executor, 2. 124. 
law suit, 1. 576. 
witness, 1. 612. 
Morgan, John, in army, 15. 728. 
Morgan, John, land grant to, 4. 335. 
Morgan, John, opinion on indictment 

against Fanning, 8. 226. 
Morgan, John, quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Morgan, John, regulator, 8. 80. 
Morgan, John, report on act regulat- 
ing fees, 8. 33-36. 
Morgan, John, takes oath, 22. 173. 
Morgan, John, witness, 18. 252. 
Morgan, Jonathan, prisoner, 17. 1046. 
Morgan, Jos., a J. P., 4. 46. 
Morgan, Joseph, exempted, 4. 654. 
Morgan, Jos., juror, 4. 518. 
Morgan, Jos., juror, 25. 189. 
Morgan, Joseph, land grants to, 4. 

217. 
Morgan, Joseph, quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Morgan, Joseph, Sr., land grant to, 

4. 803. 
Morgan, Lambroth, asks for new 

county, 9. 89. 
Morgan, Lewis, army pay, 17. 232. 
Morgan, Marl<, building coms'r, 23. 
829. 
capt of militia, 5. 365; 22. 335. 



commends Jones, 8. 23. 
in assembly, 5. 53. 
Morgan, Marl<, land grant asked, 4. 
706; grant to, 4. 628, 711. 
rights proved, 4. 706. 
Morgan, Mark, vestryman, 23. 384. 
Morgan, Matthias, army pay, 17. 234. 
Morgan, Morgan, 4. 353. 
land grant asked, 4. 347; grant to, 

4. 353, 443. 
rights proved, 4. 598. 
Morgan, Morgan, in militia, 22. 275. 
Morgan, Morgan, riots and reward for, 

10. 934. 
Morgan, Moses, quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Morgan, Nathan, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Morgan, Ormon, in militia, 22. 160. 
Morgan, P., allowed to leave N. C, 

22. 913. 
lyiorgan, Patrtcl<, to Caswell on re- 
lease and pass, 22. 894. 
Morgan, Promintor, petitions on catch- 
ing fish, 9. 87-88. 
Morgan, Reese, land grant to, 4. 1039. 
Morgan, Richard, army pay, 17. 230. 

army rank, 13. 507; 16. 1116. 
Morgan, Richd, pensioner, 22. 75. 
Morgan, Robert, a J. P., 2. 540, 773. 
buys, 1. 588. 

in assem., 2. 577, 608, 623. 
refuses to pay, 2. 59, 113. 
Morgan, Robt., in militia, 22. 371. 
Morgan, Robt., in militia, 22. 453. 
Morgan, Robert, juror, 4. 518. 
Morgan, Robt., juror, 25. 188. 
Morgan, Robt., quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Morgan, Ruben, army rank, 16. 1120. 
Morgan, Ruddey, petition on catching 

fish, 9. 87-88. 
Morgan, Ruddy, regulator, 7. 737. 
Morgan, Sampson, army pay, 17. 233. 

army rank, 16. 1119. 
Morgan, Sampson, army rank, 16. 

1121. 
Morgan, Solomon, regulator, 7. 735. 
Morgan, Solomon, to procure arms, 

10. 524-525. 
Morgan, Stephen, Baptist minister, 5. 

1191. 
Morgan, Timothy, army rank 16. 

1117. 
Morgan, Wm., 4. 1045. 
Morgan, Wm., army pay, 17. 230. 
Morgan, Wm., army pay, 17 232. 
Morgan, Wm., army rank, 16. 1108. 
Morgan, Wm., army rank, 16. 1118. 
Morgan, William, buys, 1. 608. 



MORGAN, WILLIAM 



145 



MORING, BURWELL 



juror, 1. 605. 

law suit, 1. 610, 612. 

Morgan, Wm., in militia, 22. 163. 

Morgan, Wm., in militia, 22. 360. 

Morgan, Wm., land grant to, 4. 277, 
950. 

Morgan, Wm., pensioner, 22. 75. 

Morgan, Wm., petition, 21. 781, 830, 
835, 945, 949, 1007. 

Morgan, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 253. 

Morgan, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 257. 

Morgan. See Morganton. 

Morgan Academy, act to incorporate, 
24. 535-6. 

Morgan District, 16. 150, 450, 627, 637, 
638, 645, 698, 704, 777, 800; 17. 
15, 277, 373, 417; 18. 14, 16, 23, 
107, 215, 216, 241, 246, 405, 424, 
481; 19. 119, 122, 123, 185, 188, 
202, 245, 311, 314, 338, 407, 550, 
571, 583, 584, 595, 624, 626, 628, 
650, 671, 811; 20. 5, 6, 32, 52, 66, 
110, 166, 324; 21. 8, 158, 173, 197, 
269, 293, 341, 349, 525, 760, 849, 
1019, 1046; 22. 698; 24. 427, 633, 
749, 763, 908; 25. 64. 
act for academies in, 24. 535-6; for 
additional judge, 24. 975-6; for 
public buildings, 24. 604-5, 698-9, 
781, 943-4; to change time of co. 
cts., 24. 460-1; to create, 24. 450- 
2; to divide, 24. 689-90; 25. 44; 
to put into western riding, 25. 
657. 
bill and election for judge, 20. 590, 
592, 597; for academies, 19. 135, 
143, 150, 245, 246, 255, 256, 261; 
for public buildings, 17. 312, 327, 
363, 367; 19. 134-135, 145, 152, 245, 
247, 259, 265, 356, 434, 457, 472, 
610-611, 662, 764, 771, 800, 819; 

20. 30, 56; for relief in suits in, 

21. 646; for tax for public build- 
ings, 20. 147, 153, 187, 195, 206, 
335, 368; to alter time of holding 
courts in, 16. 146, 150; 19. 78, 
94, 103, 107; to alter time and 
place of court, 18. 112, 342, 373; 
to divide, 19. 445, 447, 463, 483, 
559, 567, 586, 780, 790, 808, 824; 
to exempt from rawhide act, 21. 
289-290; to repeal act to divide, 
21. 307, 328, 359, 395, 410, 649, 
687. 

brig. gen. elected for, 16. 168, 169, 

175. 
colonels elected for, 16. 148. 



coms'rs on pension claims, 24. 736. 
confiscation coms'r for, 24. 662. 
counties included in, 15. 377. 
district auditors for, 24. 422-3, 442, 

735. 
grievances from, 18. 13; 20. 139, 

143. 
judge elected, 19. 119, 123; 21. 180, 

184, 400, 403, 412, 430, 712, 717. 
militia of, 18. 786. 
money from for Cont. Line, 24. 567. 
officers elected for, 16. 148, 167, 

168, 169, 175; 18. 449, 458. 
presentment by grand jury, 20. 480. 
provision for courts, 20. 249, 253, 

259, 434. 
tobacco inspection in, 24. 772. 
troops of enrolled, 16. xi; to be 

raised in, 24. 415. 
Morganton (Morgan, Morgansbor- 

ough), 10. 713; 18. 497; 22. 158; 

24. 427; 25. 66. 
act to create, 24. 604-5, 697-8, 781. 
bill for public buildings, 20. 30, 56; 

to amend act to establish, 17. 

312, 319, 327.^ 
Tarleton at, 15. ix. 
to establish, 17. 363, 367; 19. 434, 

457, 472, 764, 771. 773, 800, 819; 

20. 30, 56. 
Morgen, Jos., in militia, 22. 346. 
Morgen, Jos., in militia, 22. 347. 
Morice. See Morris, etc. 
Morice, Josepli, rights proved, 4. 625. 
Morice, Will, signs revocation of 

Heath patent, 1. 43. 
Mcring (Mouring, Mooring), Burwell, 

and parole, 19. 17. 
examined on fraud, 18. 71, 304. 
in assembly, 16. 2, 3, 75, 153, 156, 

167; 17. 715, 931; 18. 11, 24, 59, 

61, 90, 136, 154, 161, 171, 185; 19. 

130, 144, 168, 184, 215, 259, 383, 

387, 390, 395, 397, 401, 440, 463, 

776; 20. 2, 3, 27, -39, 46, 68, 79, 81, 

82, 83, 89, 302, 303, 329, 347, 369, 

372, 390, 416, 426, 473; 21. 205, 

288, 294, 332, 344, 346, 367, 372, 

379, 398, 402, 433, 734, 748, 781, 

801, 806, 815, 839, 845, 846, 851, 

852, 860, 867. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 14, 26, 28, 31. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 39, 41, 46, 49. 
on com. of assem., 17. 727, 755; 18. 

31, 79, 98, 321, 334. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 215, 

220, 223, 253, 259. 



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MORING, JOHN 



146 



MORRIS, CORNELIUS 



town coms'r, 24. 875. 
Moring, John, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 62. 
Moring, John, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Moring, Maurice, army rank, 16. 1119. 
Moris. See Morris, etc. 
Moris, John, regulator, 7. 736. 
Morison. See Morrison. 
Morison, Benj., in militia, 22. 383. 
Morison, Benj., petition on cattle and 

hides, 5. 745-746; on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-166. 
witness, 5. 120, 121. 
Morison, James, asks pardon for regu- 
lators, 9. 98-99. 
Mop/son, John, asks pardon for regu- 
lators, 9. 98-99. 
Morison, J no., in militia, 22. 373. 
Morison, Wm., in militia, 22. 399. 
Morisset. See Morriset. 
Morisset, Peter, in militia, 22. 334. 
MorlaJx, Frances, tobacco trade, 18. 

630. 
Morlay, David, road coms'r, 23. 448. 
Morley, Catharine, deposition on 

Pugh, 9. 32. 
Morley, David, land grants to, 4. 707- 

708, 1039. 
Morley, James, exempted, 19. 50, 51, 

56. 
Morley, John, forces double taxes, 2. 

617. 
Morley, Wm., recommends Pugh, 9. 

30. 
Morly, John, begets bastard, 1. 655. 
Morning, Jno., army rank, 16. 1109. 
Morning Star Lutheran Church, 8. 

781. 
Mornson, Wm., claim allowed, 5. 982. 
Morocco (city) 19. 1001. 
Morocco (Moroca), affairs with, 19. 

1000-1001. 
Emperor of and Amer. trade, 14. 

589; 20. 678. 
treaty with, 20. 750-751, 774. 
Morow/. See Morrow. 
Morow, Wm., petition on separation, 

22. 705-9. 
Morpass, Backford, army pay, 17. 

234. 
Morphes, John, rank settled and 

elects Q. M., 15. 700. 
recommends for promotion, 1 1 . 716. 
recommends Wilson, 1 1 . 717. 
Morphie, John, rights proved, 4. 706. 
Morphy, Timothy, asks pardon for 

Hamilton, 9. 39, 84-85. 
Morpis, John, ensign, 10. 518. 



Morrall, Anthony, indentured servant, 

2. 181-182. 
Morratock, 25. 182. 
Morratock Bay, 22. 291. 
Morrel, Jacob, in militia, 22. 326. 
Morrell, Hez., pays money to U. S., 

16. 928, 929. 
Morres. See Morris, etc. 

Morres, Elizabeth, imported, 1. 479. 
Morres, John, imported, 1. 479. 
Morres, John, Jr., imported, 1. 479. 
Morres, Mare, imported, 1. 479. 
Morres, William, imported, 1. 479. 
Morrial, Wm., asks for county, 99. 91. 
Morrice, See Morris. 
Morrice, Mrs. 14. 804. 
Morrice, Henry, land grant to, 4. 684. 
Morrice, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 628. 
Morrice, Thomas', land grant to, 4. 

642. 
Morrier, R., 15. 342. 
Morril. See Morrell. 
Morrll, Michael, in militia, 22. 333. 
Morris. See Morice, Moris, Morres, 

Morrice, Morriss. 

Morris, , cited in N. C, 4. 14. 

Morris, , recommended by Lee, 

10. 618c. 
Morris, Mr., 5. 368. 
Morris, Mr., 15. 93. 
Morris, Mr., accounts of, 13. 703, 704. 
Morniis (Moir?) Mr., missionary, 6. 

563. 
Morris, Col., reports on affairs in Va., 

15. 435. 
Morris, Gov., 5. 562. 
letters from ment'd., 5. 461. 
quoted on aid of Pa., 5. 447. 
Morris, Maj., aide to Greene, 15. 468. 
Morris, Aaron, in militia, 22. 353. 
Morris, Aaron, petitions for Quakers, 

17. 312. 

quit rents of, 22. 249. 

town coms'r, 25. 387. 
Morris, Abm., army rank, 16. 1119. 
Morris, Benjamin, army pay, 17. 229. 
Morris, Benjamin, army pay, 17. 230. 
Morris, Benj., army rank, 16. 1112. 
Morris, Benj., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Morris, Benj., in militia, 22. 350. 
Morris, C, estate taxed, 15. 192. 
Morris, Charles, asks to have tobacco 

shipped to Prance, 1 1 . 436. 
Morris, Charles, on patrol, 10. 25. 
Morris, Corbyn, commissioner of cus- 
toms, 7. 160. 
Morris, Cornelius, 18. 354. 



MORRIS, DANIEL 



147 



MORRIS, ROBERT 



Morris, Daniel, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 

iVl orris, Edwd., army rank, 15. 740; 
16. 1115. 

IVlorf/s, Edward, regulator, 8. 80. 

Morris, Geo., co. coms'r, 24. 178. 

Morris, Geo,, in militia, 22. 308. 

Morris, Geo., in militia, 22. 375. 

Morris, Gideon, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 

Morris, Gouverneur, 17. 177. 
to Caswell on resources and sup- 
plies of State, 13. 272-273. 

Morris, Griffin, army rank, 16. 1119. 

Morrts, Groves, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 

Morris, Henry, juror, 7. 843. 

Morris, Henry, land grant to, 4. 642. 
petitions for lands, 4. 954-956. 

Morris, Hezel<iah, in militia, 22. 392. 

Morris, Jacob, a volunteer, 14. 838. 

Morris, Jacob, in militia, 22. 270. 

Morris, Jacques, appears before coun- 
cil for French neutrals, 5. 655. 

Morris, Jas., army rank, 16. 1112. 

Morris, James, dropped as J. P., 6. 
335. 

Morris, James, exempted, 22. 388. 

Morris, Jas., in militia, 22. 388. 

Morris, Jas., in militia, 22. 285. 

Morris, Jas., in militia, 22. 378. 

Morris, Jas., In militia, 22. 380. 

Morris^ Jas., in militia, 22. 388. 

Morris, Job, army pay, 17. 231. 

Morris, John, 23. 457. 

Morris, Joiin, allowances to, 12. 855. 

Morris, John, army pay, 17. 230. 

Morris, Jno., army rank, 16. 1111. 

Morris, Jno., army rank, 16. 1116. 

Morris, Jno., army rank, 16. 1122. 

Morris, John, exempted, 6. 899. 

MorKs, John, imported, 1. 650. 

Morris, John, in army, 15. 726. 

Morris, Jno., in militia, 22. 352. 

Morris, Jno., in militia, 22. 353. 

Morris, Jno., in militia, 22. 385. 

Morris, John, lands to be resurveyed, 
G. 78. 

Morris, John, memorial in favor of 
Smith, 6. 58-60. 

Morris, John, on Tryon, S. C, 10. 120, 
162, 247, 296, 297, 423. 
signs Tryon Asso., 10. 162-163. 

Morris, John, petition against Cul^ 
pepper Rebellion, 1. 305-306. 

Morris, John, petition on cattle and 
hides, 5. 745-746. 



Morris, John, petition and changes 

against Johnston, 4. 925-926, 928, 

929, 930, 931, 932, 936, 937, 938, 

939, 940, 941, 942, 943. 
Morris, John, quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Morris, John, quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Marris, John, quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Morris, John, regulator, 7. 737. 
Morris, John, takes oath, 22. 175. 
Morris, John, to go to Quarterly 

meeting, 2. 37. 
Morris, Jno., Jr., in militia, 22. 353. 
Morris, Jos., building coms'r, 24. 

449. 
Morris, Jos., in militia, 22. 353. 
Morris, Joseph, regulator, 8. 80. 
Morris, Joshua, in militia, 22. 353. 
Morris, L. K., copies treaty of peace, 

16. 753. 
Morris, Col. Lewis, a Quaker of Bar- 

badoes, 1. 151. 
Morris, Marck, land grant to, 4. 

1243. 
Morris, Martha, witness, 2. 548. 
Morris, Mary, defendant, 9. 283. 
Morris, Mary, land grant to, 4. 52. 
Morris, Micajah, pensioner, 22. 75. 
Morris, Moses, army pay, 17. 233. 
Morris, Nathan, army rank, 17. 1122. 
Morris, Nathan, money from, 21. 

1064. 
resigns as J. P., 20. 510; 21. 49, 

54. 
Morrils, Nath'i. G., clothing to, 14. 

715. 
to Gates on defeat of Tories, 14. 

713; on discharge of Va. troops, 

14. 711; on Tories and condition 

of troops, 14. 671. 
Morris, Philemon, army pay, 17. 230. 

army rank, 16. 1108. 
Morris, Philip, army pay, 17. 233. 
Morris, Philloman, in army, 15. 726. 
Morns, R., 16. 451, 734. 
Morris, Richd., army rank, 16. 1111. 
Morris, Robert, and French tobacco 

contract, 18. 628, 630-636, 722, 744, 

761, 777. 
com'r on capital, 17. 606. 
directs finances of Pa., 15. 492. 
letters to ment'd., 13. 10, 23; from 

ment'd., 16. 120, 133, 320, 322; 19. 

542. 
Luzerne to on foreign loans to U. 

S., 16. 765-767. 
Martin to on continental tax, 16. 

340-341; on Montgomery as comp- 



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148 



MORRISET, HENRY 



troller, 16. 731; on taxes, conti- 
nental currency, etc., 16. 350- 
351; on taxes, revenue, etc., 16. 
401; notes of and public taxes, 
etc., 16. 695, 700, 701, 704, 711, 
719. 

North to declining to serve as com- 
missioner for N. C, 17. 42. 

offers to buy tobacco, 1 8. 239 ; to re- 
sign, 16. 755. 

on movements of Br., 1 1 . 681. 

Osgood and others to on N. C.'s 
share of foreign debt and to- 
bacco, and answer, etc., 18. 606- 
607, 620-623, 637, 647, 674, 679. 

partner of Constable, Rucker & Co., 
20. 635, 734, 738, 739, 749. 

Pa. coms'r, 18. 581. 

plan for subsistence of army con- 
sidered, 16. 239-240. 

quoted on subsistence of army, 16. 
275, 282. 

resigns, 17. 187. 

resolution of C. C. on resignation 
of, 16. 783-4. 

to Burke on receiver of continental 
taxes, 16. 303-304. 

to Cont. Cong, on public debt, 16. 
760-764; on reduction of expenses, 
16. 848-850. 

to Johnston on his public business 
affairs, 22. 631-2. 

to Martin on bank notes, 16. 305; 
on clothing, pay of troops, and 
revenue. 18. 380-383; on collect- 
ion of continental taxes, 16. 383- 
385; on difficulties of the public 
treasury, 16. 430-434; on exami- 
nation of finance office and report 
of com., 16. 832-835; on his letter 
to C. C, 18. 760; on his resigna- 
tion and the public debt, 16. 790- 
791 ; on Pa. law for settling public 
accounts, 16. 800; on public debt, 
16. 407-408, 411-412, 414-415; on 
public loans, taxes, revenues and 
lands, 16. 357-379; on receipts 
and expenditures, 16. 769; on re- 
demption of paper money, 16. 
322-324; on requisitions, etc., 16. 
465-466; on settlement of ac- 
counts and answer, 16. 351-353, 
744-745, 782, 811, 838-839, 845-848, 
896; 17. 33, 50, 73, 75, 80, 112, 163, 
165; on supplies, 16. 427-429; 
with acts of C. C, 16. 443; reso- 
lution on suits against officers 



16. 396-397. 
to paymaster general on settlement 

of army accounts, 16. 745-7. 
to Spaight on settlement of N. C. 

accounts, 17. 163. 
Morris, Robert, case of, 21. 866, 

1054, 1080. 
cited before assembly, 19. 456, 799, 

801. 
Morris, Robert, commands vessel, 1. 

322. 
Morris, Roger, Washington located at, 

10. 817. 
Morris, Shadl<., army rank, 16. 1112. 
Morris, Shadrock, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 
Morris, Solomon, in militia, 22. 275. 
Morris, Solomon, in militia, 22. 387. 
Morris, Thos., account of, 19. 417-418, 

419, 438, 748. 
Morris, Thomas, army pay, 17. 234. 
Morris, Thomas, claims allowed, 6. 

213. 
Morris, Thos., in militia, 22. 338. 
Morris, Thos., in militia, 22. 365. 
Morris, Thos., in militia, 22. 375. 
Morris, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 596. 
Morris, Will., on regulation of Cross 

Creek, IS. 209-211. 
Morris, Wm., army pay, 17. 229. 
Morris, Wm., army pay, 17. 230. 
Morris, Wm., army pay, 17. 233. 
Morris, Wm., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Morris, Wm., army rank, 16. 1119. 
Morris, Wm., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Morris, Wm., army rank, 16. 1122. 
Morris, Wm., army rank, 16. 1122. 
Morris, Wm., buys land, 21. 1053. 
Morris, Wm., exempted, 9. 145. 
Morris, Wm., gun Impressed, 22. 414. 
Morris, Wm., in militia, 22. 275. 
Morris, Wm., in militia, 22. 360. 
MorKs, Wm., in militia, 22. 387. 
Morris, Wm., juror, 4. 525. 
Morris, Wm., pensioner, 22. 76. 
Morris, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 246. 
Morris, Wm., regulator, 8, 80. 
Morris, Wm., surveyor, 17. 459. 
MorKs, Wm., Jr., regulator, 8. 80. 
Morris, Witt, army rank, 16. 1122. 
Morris, Ship, 20. 702. 
Morrts Town, (N. J.?), 11. 433, 436, 

452; 12. 455, 456, 457, 458, 460, 

461; 13. 519, 520; 14. 231, 359; 

15. 401. 
Morriset. See Morisset. 
Morriset, Henry, army pay, 17. 232. 



MORRISETT, HENRY 



149 



MORROW, WILLIAM 



Morrisett, Henry, army rank, 16. 

1113. 
Mcrrisett, Peter, army pay, 17. 230. 

army rank, 16. 1122. 
Morrison. See Morison, Morroson, 
Moryson. 

Morrison, ■, dropped as J. P., 6. 

1077. 
Morrison, Capt.. a prisoner, 10. 486. 

loyalist, 10. 597, 598. 
Morrison, Capt., payment by company, 
of, 10. 319. 
petition from company of, 10. 317- 
318. 
Morrison, Dr., a prisoner, 10. 486. 
Morrison, Sergt., allowance to, 19. 
325, 362, 363. 
payment to, 20. 254. 
recommended, 19. 195, 199, 225. 
Morrison, Alexr., army rank, 16. 
1108. 
pensioned, 19. 553, 554. 
Morrison, Alexander, loyalist, 10. 
595. 
petitions Prov. Cong, for release, 

10. 888-889. 
sent to Phila., 11. 294. 
Morrison, Benj., In militia, 22. 280. 
Morrison, Benj., oath on Spanish pris- 
oners, 22. 474. 
Morrison, Benj., pays in notes, 5. 822. 

passes notes of Murray, 5. 825. 
Morrison, Donald, loyalist, 10. 598. 
messenger of McDonald, 1 1 . 276. 
Morrison, Duncan, boundary coms'r, 

24. 148. 
Morrison, Isaac, army pay, 17. 231. 

army rank, 16. 1114. 
Morrison, Jannes, claim, 9. 488. 
Morrison, Jas., in militia, 22. 396. 
Morrison, John, 11. 830. 
Morrison, John, army pay, 17. 229. 
Morrison, John, army pay, 17. 229. 
Morrison, John, army rank, 17. 232. 
Morrison, J no., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Morrison, John, ensign, 22. 134. 
Morrison, John, fine remitted, 10. 3. 
Morrison, John, payment to, 22. 448. 
Morrison, John, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Morrison, Morris, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Morrtson, Neil, and Mecklenburg Dec- 
laration, 9. 1263-1265. 
Morrison, Patrick, captain, 10. 320; 
24. 197, 367. 
to Assembly on use of militia, 13. 
389-390. 
Morrison, Patrick, petition on separa- 



tion, 22. 705-12. 

Morrison, Robt., army rank, 16. 1196. 

Morrison, Robert, in army, 15. 735. 

Morrison, Robt., in militia, 22. 396. 

Morrison, Roger, on regulation of 
Cross Creek, 15. 209-211. 

Morrison, Thos., army rank, 16. 1196. 

Morrison, Wm., 21. 849. 

Morrison, Wm, a J. P., 6. 799. 
complains against Indians, 5. 141- 

142 
resurvey to, 5. 824. 

Morrison, Wm., building coms'r, 24. 
411, 473. 
claims allowed, 9. 414, 527, 528, 536; 

22. 878. 
in Assembly, 13. 784, 785, 812, 813, 
824, 944, 966, 975, 980, 983, 984. 
988, 990, 1000, 19. 380. 
owes state, 21. 1072. 
petition, 21. 248, 250, 335, 355, 610, 

681. 
resigns as J. P., 21. 835, 1007, 1009, 

Morriss. See Morris. 

Morriss, Philiman, in militia, 22. 340. 

Morriss, Wm., In militia, 22. 285. 

Morrisse, Henry, soldier, 16. 297. 

Morroe, James, protests against regu- 
lators, 8. 273-274. 

Morron, DaVId, pay to, 22. 1013. 

Morroson. See Morrison. 

Morroson, James, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-12. 

Morroson, John, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-13. 

Morroson, William, petition on sepa- 
ration, 22. 705-13. 

Morrow, Capt., supplies to, 14. 628. 

Morrow, Benjamin, asks for new 
county, 9. 89-90. 

Morrow, James, petitions for exten- 
sion of power of J. P.'s, 7. 874- 
875. 

Morrow, John, asks for new county, 
9. 89-90. 

Morrow, Patrick, exempted, 9. 458. 

Morrow, Samuel, act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 
land grant to, 19. 572. 

Morrow, Samuel, army pay, 17. 231. 

Morrow, Samuel, in army, 15. 719. 

Morrow, Samuel, petition on C. H., 9. 
806-807. 

Morrow, Thomas, asks for new coun- 
ty, 9. 89-90. 

Morrow, Wm., asks for new county, 
9. 90. 



MORROW, WILLIAM 



150 



MOSELEY, EDWARD 



Morrow, Wm., regulator, 7. 736. 
Morrows, Saml., army rank, 16. 1111. 
Mors, Richardson, juror, 4-. 520. 
Morse, Mr., 2. 747. 
Morse, Farrell, army rank, 16. 1112. 
Morse, Frano s, a J. P., 3. 234. 

in Assembly, 2. 562, 580. 
Morse, Frances, army rank, 16. 1115. 
Morse, Henry, in militia, 22. 167. 
Morse, Howel, in militia, 22. 166. 
Morse, Jedediah, Geography quoted, 

8. 729. 
Morse, Joshua, 5. 1166. 
Morse, Peter, land grant to, 4. 625. 
Morse's Point, 2. 801-802; 16. 260. 
Morsley, Jas., in militia, 22. 270. 
Mcrss, Jos., in militia, 22. 263. 
Morss, Jos., in militia, 22. 265, 267. 
Mortar, (Indian), 7. 207, 237. 
accuses whites of treachery, 7. .109. 
friend of French, 6. 259, 261. 
joins Cherokees, 6. 314; 7. 210. 
stirs up Cherokees, 7. 214. 
Mortars, the, outrages by, 11. 175-6. 
Morten. See Morton. 
Morten, Wm., deserter, 11. 795. 
Mortgages, act on, 23. 360-362; 25. 

160; for more easy redemption of, 

25. 41-2; on registering, 23. 185-6, 

337; to prevent frauds in, 23. 49- 

52, 333. 
bill on redemption of, 21. 290, 294, 

299, 318, 346, 353, 646, 676, 701. 
demanded by Va. for aid in Tusca- 

rora war, 2. 7, 15. 
Eng. acts on in force in N. C, 23. 

325, 326. 
Mortimer, Dr., will of, 17. 166-168. 
Mort mer, John, allowance to, 22. 825. 
Mortimer, John, to Dry on seizure of 

vessels, 7. 177-178. 
Mortimer & Weight, allowance to, 22. 

825. 
Mortimore, Richard, brings in negro 

with small pox, 4. 333-334. 
Mort'.more, Wm., petition on C. H., 9. 

806-808. 
Mortlake, Surry County, England, 4. 

655; 11. 89. 
Morton. See Morten. 
Morton, Landgrave, cheated out of 

governship, 2. 902. 
Morton, Mr., (of S. C), 25. 148. 
Morton, A., leaves N. C, 7. 494. 
Morton, Abraham, captain, 10. 626; 

facing 680. 
Morton, Rev. Ana, location, 7. 457. 



settles in Northampton Co., 7. 241- 

242 
to S. P. G. on his work, 7. 252-253, 

424, 520-521. 
Tryon on movements of, 7. 260; on 
work of, 8. 12. 
Morton, Jacob, army pay, 17. 229. 

army rank, 16. 1118. 
Morton, Jno., juror, 25. 187. 
Morton, Joseph, administers oath, 2. 
843. 
votes against church act, 2. 910. 
Morton, Jos., in militia, 22. 342. 
Morton, Josiah, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Morton, Peter, in militia, 22. 342. 
Morton, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 342. 
Morton, Richard, law suit, 2. 106. 
Morton, Thomas, petitions on land 
grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-253. 
Morton, Wm., address to King, 3. 134- 

135. 
Morton, Wm., army rank, 16. 1113. 
Morton, Wm., army rank, 16. 1122. 
Mory, Patricl<, petitions on land 
grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-253. 
Moryson. See Morrison. 
Moryson, Col., on tobacco planting 
com., 1. 74. 
presents petition of Va. on tobacco 
planting, 1. 74-75. 
Mosby, James, resolve in favor of, 

16. 84. 
Mosby, Samuel, in Assembly , 21. 
885 (?), 927, 930, 931,937, 941, 946, 
965, 970, 979. 
Moscer, James, juror, 4. 521. 
Moseby, Samuel, road coms'r, 23. 919. 
Moseley, Mr., 14. 826. 
Moseley, Ann, executrix of E. Mose- 
ley, 4. 1051. 
Moseley, David, land grant to, 4. 329. 
Aloseley, Edward, 2. 579; 3. 528, 615, 
618, 1117, 1147, 1148; 6. 542; 9. 
xxxix, xl, xli, xliii. 
a J. P., 2. 526, 572, 690, 692, 697; 

4. 346, 347, 683. 
a landgrabber, 3. 333. 
a precinct justice, 3. 28. 
accounts as public treas., 4. 102; as 
church warden taken, 1. 830, 833; 
reported, 4. 982, 983, 997, 999. 
accused of crookedness by Va. com., 
1. 741, 742-743, 744, 746, 747; of 
frauds in lands, 3. 431. 
act against land surveys of, 1. 792- 

793; 25. 155-6. 
acts as governor, 2. 541. 



MOSELEY, EDWARD 



151 



MOSELEY, EDWARD 



agent for Granville, 4. 924, 1115, 

1116. 
agrees to continue Granville line, 4. 

810-811. 
allowance for revisal of laws, 4. 486, 

514. 
allowed to plead conditionally, 2. 

379. 
amount of land for sale, 2. 209. 
announces arrival of Johnston, 3. 

642. 
appraiser, 2. 56 
arbitrator, 2. 700. 
arrears of salary due to, 9. 654. 
arrested and jailed by Burrington, 

3. 504, 516-517; for losing address 

to Gov. of Va., 2. 3. 
asks aid of Va., 1, 837-838; for land, 

3. 426; for lapsed land, 2. 488. 
associate justice, 4. 885. 
attorney, 2. 42, 84, 86, 87, 89, 91, 92, 

94, 95, 96, 97, 99, 100, 102, 103 104, 

106,109,111,114,115, 116, 148,150, 

314, 351, 479, 480, 508, 549; 3. 538. 
authority for appointment as pub- 
lic treasurer, 3. 354. 
baron of exchequer, 4. 932, 940. 
boards pauper, 2. 121. 
boundary com. for N. C, 1 . 735. 
boundary examinations at home of, 

1. 649 
Burrington's charge against, 3. 478- 

479; treatment of cited, 3. 358, 

376, 381, 382. 
buys books for church uses, 2. 584- 

585. 
career reviewed, 3. 360-361; 4. xi- 

xili, xiv. 
case of ment'd, 3. 631. 
catalogue of library, 2. 583-584. 
causes passage of resolution of 

1715, 2. xi; trouble at election, 1. 

696-697. 
charge against, 2. 20; in connection 

with disputed territory, 2. 135. 
charges Eden with complicity with 

Teach, 2. ix. 
Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 4. 

637. 
chief justice, 4. 713. 
church warden, 1. 702; 3. 16. 
claims, 4. 149, 150; for work on S. 

C. survey, 4. 282, 283; land, 4. 

275, 279. 
commissioned as chief baron of 

Exchequer, 11. 101. 
commissioner on fort, 23. 229; on 



navigation, 25. 195, on river, 
22. 278; on S. C. line, 4. viii, 
xiii, 281; on town, 23. 240; 25. 
176; on Va. boundary, 1. 703, 
716; on Va. and Granville's line, 4. 
xiii; to emit bills of credit, 3. 
484-485; to prepare & sign bills 
of credit, 25. 157, 173; to pay out 
new & receive old bills, 25. 157-8; 
to repair public buildings, 3. 544, 
547, 573, 579; to revise laws, 4. 
411; 23. 268; to stamp bills, 23. 
294. 

complaints of double voting by pres- 
ident of council, & answer, 4. 
448-453, 455-460, 462-470, 480-481, 
482, 483, 485, 486, 487; of Mont- 
gomery against for insult, 4. 32- 
33. 

confidant of Gary, 1. 795. 

council held at house of, 1. 629. 

dead, 4. xi, 924, 961, 1004, 1015, 1017, 
1018, 1019, 1020, 1023; 11. 116. 

debarred from practice, 2. 351. 

delivers Great Deed of Grant to 
Speaker of Assembly, 4. 123; pub- 
lic accounts, 3. 293; to council 
abstract of land grants, 2. 603. 

demands that Burrington assent to 
laws of 1729, 3. 331-2. 

deposed from treasurer's office, 3. 
218. 

deposition of ment'd, 3. 631 ; against 
3, 219; in favor of Porter, 3. 501, 
502, 503-505, 515. 

deputies do not return full survey, 

3. 254. 

disfranchised for three years, 2. 368. 
dissents from address to Johnston, 

4. 232. 

does not go North, 1 1 . 520. 

does not sell lands to Moore, 3. 
466. 

Eden's estimate of, 2. 430. 

Everard's complaint ment'd, 3. 245; 
charge against withdrawn, 3. 221. 

executrix of, 4. 1051. 

explains delays in return of war- 
rants, 4. 216; words used in heat 
of debate, 2. 678. 

extends Granville's line west, 4. 
1146. 

faction of makes no records, 1. 
xxxi. 

favors Barnwell, 1. xxxi; 2. 46; 
scheme against northern coun- 
ties, 4. 1150. 



MOSELEY, EDWARD 



152 



MOSELEY, EDWAED 



fined, 2. 368, 369. 

friend to Everard, 2. 208, 333; to the 
Moores, 3. 338. 

gets Eden's papers, 2. 322; more 
time for survey, 4. 219. 

gifts of Nicholson to be collected 
from, 1. 830. 

grants by on Granville's lands de- 
clared void, 5. Ivi, 299. 

held papers of Burrlngton, 6. 277. 

helps hire minister, 1. 616. 

hinders virork of Assembly, 3. 528- 
529. 

in Assembly, 3. 277, 285, 316, 561, 
562, 612, 634, 635; 4. 1180. 

in council, 1. 629; 2. 515-518, 520- 
530, 532-542, 552, 562-565, 568-569 
570-573, 603-604, 606-608, 610, 611, 
612, 622, 637-645, 644, 673-683, 724- 
729, 730-749, 764-768, 770-773, 817- 
818, 830-831; 3. 123; 4. 3-5, 31-35, 
36-39, 49-52, 53-60, 67-69, 70-71, 75-90, 
90-103, 104, 216-222, 223-225, 225- 
241, 271-281, 283-284, 333-336, 342- 
355, 355-382, 439-446, 448-454, 455- 
460, 470-492, 534-551, 587-597, 615- 
620, 625-639, 642-651, 700-702, 703- 
714, 765-770, 798-814, 834-838, 850- 
853, 854-855, 884-898, 898-917, 935, 
945-953, 971-984, 1166, 1177. 

in court of chancery, 3. 13. 

indignities from Burrington, 3. 
360, 376. 

induces Everard to continue issuing 
land patents, 3. 50, 51, 205. 

joins surveyors, 2. 782, 784. 

judge of admiralty court, 2. 520, 571. 

keeps up agitation, 4. 24. 

land accounts unsatisfactory, 1 . 786. 

land entries under, 5. 1090, 1091, 
1092. 

land frauds, 3. 434, 460, 465, 488, 
599; grant asked 4. 454, 701; 
grants to, 4. 49, 598, 714; of, 2. 
353; lapse, 2. 682. 

law suits, 2. 83, 84, 98, 100, 101. 

lays accounts as treasurer before 
Assembly, 2. 621. 

leads in Gary Rebellion, 1. 784; 2. 
20. 

letters to and from Va. boundary 
Coms., 1. 735, 736, 737-8. 

library of, 4. xiii; catalogue of, 2. 
583-4. 

library coms'r, 23. 78. 

licensed to practice lavir in 1714, 3. 
504. 



loses plank, 2. 121. 

makes proposals about rents, 2. 314. 

malpractce of in land surveys, 3. 
208-209. 

map of N. C, 1. 742-3; 3. 137; 4. 
1073; 5. xxxvi; 11. 18; quoted, 5. 
373. 

marries widow of Walker, 2. 133. 

memorial on Lord Carteret's rents 
ment'd, 4. 591. 

money in hands of to be destroyed, 
4. 100. 

nephews of, 3. 618. 

objects to bill for clerks, 4. 544-5; 
to commissions, 1. 738; to meth- 
ods of Va. commissioners, 1. 742, 
744, 747. 

old bills in hands of, 4. 142. 

oldest lawyer in province, 3. 360. 

on com. of council, 3. 581, 596; 4. 
87, 96, 100, 125, 138, 233, 334, 357, 
360, 369, 371, 379, 382 387, 411, 
473, 474, 476, 478, 738, 777, 823, 832, 
900, 913, 914, 973, 978; to exam- 
ine and compare revisal, 4. 992. 

on Va. boundary survey, 1. 740, 741, 
742. 

opposes land grants, 4. 225, 336, 
347, 353. 

ordered to make report with gov- 
ernor, 2. 299. 

paid for plank lost, 2. 151. 

payment to heirs of, 9. 609. 

pays money, 1. 679. 

petition, about road, 2. 509-510; 
against, 1. 786; concerning land 
warrants, 3. 466-472; for release 
from sentence, 2. 379-380. 

plantation of, 1. 764. 

Pollock on his seizure of public 
records, 2. 375-376. 

president of council and acting gov- 
ernor, 2. 563. 

privilege to, 2. 351. 

proceedings against ment'd, 3. 516. 

proposes to prorogue Assembly, 4. 
352. 

Proprietors to on land for Burring- 
ton, 2. 491. 

protests against act to appoint coun- 
ty court clerks, 4. 582; against 
grants of more than 50 acres to 
each person, 4. 60; on continua- 
tion of boundary survey, 2. 780- 
781, 787-788, 

quit rents of, 22. 244, 246, 257. 

quoted on impressment 7. v. 



MOSELEY, EDWARD 



153 



MOSELEY, FRANCIS 



recommended for council, 2. 497, 
500; to Eden by Pollock as attor- 
ney, 2. 376. 

refuses to pay for lumber, 2. 11; to 
surrender Little's papers, 4. 268. 

reply to Burrington on his being 
public treasurer, 3. 489-490. 

reports as executor of Crisp, 4. 38- 
39; on boundary survey, 2. 776- 
782; on public accounts, 4. 144, 
146; on revisal of laws, 4. 991. 

representatives and leader, 1. 697. 

resigns as judge of admiralty, 2. 
542; as treasurer of Chowan Co., 
4. 403. 

rights proved, 4. 594, 706. 

runs S. 0. line, 6. 776, 793. 

salary, 2. 726. 

says quit rents are too high, 4. 203. 

seizes public records and is tried, 2. 
231-322. 

sells land, 3. 209. 

sentenced, 2. 368. 

signs acts, 2. 885, 886, 887, 888; 23. 
6, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 
22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 29, 31, 32, 34, 35, 
36, 42, 45, 46, 48, 49, 52, 54, 55, 56, 
59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 71, 79, 80, 81, 82, 
87, 88, 89, 90, 92, 94, 96, 102, 110, 
111, 116; address of assembly, 3. 
552, 639; land grant, 4. 318. 

size of family, 3. 426. 

S. C. boundary com., 5. 374-375. 

speaker of House of Commons, 1. 
xxvil, 697; 2. 207, 213, 216, 463; 
3. vii, 138, 257, 262, 286, 297, 361, 
540, 563, 635; 25. 159, 209. 

stirs up trouble over quit rents, 4. 
246. 

superintends building church, 1. 
684. 

surveyor general, 1. 747; 2. 141, 
503; papers of to be delivered to 
Jenoure, 3. 217-218. 

surveys land for Indians, 2. 141; 
land against orders, 3. 17, 18-20, 
27, 51-52; land in disputed area, 
1. 740, 744, 747, 753. 

takes affidavit, 2. 581; deposition, 4. 
442; deposition on boundary, 1. 
660-663. 

takes oath under Burrington, 2. 515. 

takes up best lands, 3. 8. 

to on loyalty, etc., of N. C, 3. 

137. 

to account for his land claims, 3. 
254. 



to administer oaths to assembly, 4. 

67, 355. 
to assist in laying off Indian bounds, 

2. 457. 
to be prosecuted for letter to Eden, 

2. 329. 
to be sued, 2. 12. 
to buy glebe, 1. 680-681. 
to delay survey, 1. 739. 
to deliver boundary papers to Eden, 

2. 142. 
to exchange new bills for old, 3. 

178. 
to give bond, 3. 179; 4. 36. 
to issue public bills of credit, 3. 177- 

178. 
to make abstract of lands, 2. 532; 

report on currency, 4. 440. 
to make list of his deputy survey- 
ors, 3. 221. 
to Nicholson on plate for churches, 

2. 133-134. 
to pay public bills to precinct 

treasurers, 3. 178. 
to petition for division of parish, 2. 

151; Proprietors, 2. 244. 
to repay poor fund, 2. 11. 
to survey land, 2. 173. 
to Va. boundary commissioners, 1. 

7S6-7; 2. 737-738. 
to Va. council on Indian lands, 1. 

657-660. 
treasurer, 2. 182, 612; 3. 151, 260, 

265, 266, 268, 301, 302, 307, 323, 

324, 484, 487; 4. 441; 23. 155, 273, 

274, 293, 331-2, 341, 349, 350; 25. 

157, 158, 173-5; of Chowan, 3. 

323, 399. 
trial for seizing records, 2. 357-8, 

359-62, 364-9. 
tries to defraud Burrington, 3. 619; 

to secure gov't for Barnwell, 1. 

xxxi-xxxii. 
vestryman, 1. 678, 679, 680, 683, 684, 

686, 701; 2. 151, 208; 23. 6. 
Va. boundary commissioner and 

instructions, 2. 518, 724-725, 734, 

740-741, 741-743, 744, 750. 
witness, 2. 98; 4. 443, 444; for Lov- 

ick, 2. 504. 
writes Proprietors on Gary Rebel- 
lion, 1. 728. 
Moseley, Emperor, commands the 

Joseph, 10. 996, 997. 
deposition of to be taken, 10. 980. 
Moseley, F., 16. 972. 
Moseley (Mosely), Francis, act to 



MOSELEY, JOHN 



154 



MOSS, NATHANIEL 



collect taxes, 23. 871; 25. 521-2. 
bill to collect taxes in Anson Co., 
9. 109, 115, 152, 157, 168, 175, 258. 
debts due by, 8. 278-279. 
dues from as sheriff, 9. 573. 
Moseley, John, 8. 1018. 
Moseley, John, army pay, 17. 230. 

army rank, 13. 513; 16. 1114. 
Moseley, John, memorial in favor of 

Smith, 6. 58-60. 
Moseley (Mosely), Matthew, petition, 
18. 297, 303. 
resolve in favor of, 18. 69, 240, 246, 
279. 
Mcseley, Sampson, a J. P., 23. 995. 
case of as J P., 20. 290-291, 292. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 282, 501, 914, 

916, 960. 
judge of admiralty ct., 12. 43-44, 45. 
letter of menfd, 19. 447, 478, 485, 

782, 790, 827. 
lieut. colonel, 10. 207. 
on patrol, 10. 25. 
on con. Prov. Cong., 10. 948. 
on S. C. of New Hanover, 9. 1107, 
1109, 1112, 1149, 1150, 1151, 1153, 
1222, 1265; 10. 15, 24, 141, 220. 
on S. C. of Wilmington Dist., 10. 

214 
petition, 19. 523, 524, 586. 
restored as J. P., 19. 687-688. 
resurvey to, 6. 1018. 
takes Br. protection, 16. 220. 
to Caswell on his commission as 
admiralty judge and answer, 11. 
592, 598. 
visits Duplin S. C, 9. 1151. 
Moseley (Mosby?), Samuel, in Assem- 
bly, 21. 885. 
Moseley, Thos., army rank, 16. 1112. 
Moseley, Thomas (Sampson?), judge 

of admiralty ct., 12. 44. 
Moseley, Thos., voter, 15. 237. 
Moseley, Wm., case of as J. P., 20. 

290-291, 292. 
Mcseley, Wm., exempted, 7. 938. 
Moseley, Wm., major, 10. 207 
on patrol, 10. 25. 
paymaster, 10. 966. 
Moseley (Mosely) Hall, 11. 592. 
Moseley's Brigade, position, 12. 509. 
Mosely, Mr., paymaster, 13. 52. 
Mosely, Henry, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 
Mosely, James, exempted from taxa- 
tion 13. 828, 829, 918, 920. 
Mosely, Jas., in militia, 22. 308 



Mosely, Jas, in militia, 22. 376. 

Mosely, James, land to be resurvey- 
ed, 6. 1018. 

Mosely, J no., in militia, 22. 378 

Mosely, John, navigation coms'r, 25. 
107. 

Mosely, Robert, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 

Mosely, Solomon, army pay, 17. 233. 

Mosely, Thomas, army pay, 17. 233. 

Mosely, Thomas, on patrol, 10. 25. 

Mosely, Thomas, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 

Mosely, Wm., army rank, 17. 1117. 

Mosely, Wm., voter, 15. 238. 

Moser, Adam, regulator, 7. 734. 

Moser, Rev. Daniel, labors in Lincoln 
Co., 8. 792. 
licensed, 8. 778. 
work, 8. 781. 

Moser, Francis, army pay, 17. 230. 

Moser, Leonard, pay to, 22. 1013. 

Moser, Samuel, army pay, 17. 230. 

Moses, 9. 33; 14. 636. 

Moses, Col., mare to, 22. 615. 

Moses, Abraham, army pay, 17. 230. 
army rank, 16. 1118. 

Moses, Adam, exorbitant fee from, 

8. 225. 

Mc.ses, James, on regulation of Cross 

Creek, 15. 209-211. 
Mosey, Adkins, in militia, 17. 1059. 
Moslander, Lieut, enlists troops, 11. 

557. 
Mosley, Gen., position of brigade, 12. 

509. 
Mosley, Wm., army pay, 17. 234. 
Mosquito, privateer, 22. 893. 
Mosquito Shore, 20. 376. 
Moss, Lt., dead, 15. 754, 757. 
Moss, Benj., receives pay for soldiers, 

17. 233. 
Moss, Ferrell, army pay, 17. 233. 
Moss. George, prisoner, 17. 1046. 
Moss, Henry, petition on catching fish, 

9. 87-88. 

Moss, Howe!, takes oath, 22. 175. 
Moss, John, army pay, 17. 231. 
Moss, John, petitions on land grants, 

9 1260-1262; 11. 250-253. 
Moss, John, prisoner, 22. 1048. 
Moss, John, takes oath, 22. 179. 
Moss, Matthew, petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-253. 
Moss, Michael, in militia, 22. 415. 
Moss, Nath'l, pay to, 22. 486. 
Moss, Nathaniel, pay to, 22. 487. 



MOSS, PETER 



155 



MOUNT, JEREMIAH 



Moss, Peter, In militia, 22. 415. 
Moss, Richard, army pay, 17. 233. 
army rank, 16. 1117. 
claims, 21. 217, 584. 
in assembly, 17. 878, 879, 936, 948, 
953, 963. 
Moss, Robt., army rank, 16. 1114. 
in Assembly, 16. 2; 19. 391, 397. 
Moss, Robert, juror, 4. 525. 
Moss, Robt., quit rents of, 22. 246. 
Moss, Samuel, petitions on ,land 
grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-253. 
Moss, Wm., in militia, 22. 160. 
Mess, Wm., owes state, 21. 1070. 
Mosses, Col., 16. 630. 
Mcsslnall, Mozes, exempted, 5. 1047. 
Mosslander (Morslander, Moslander), 
Abel, army pay, 17. 229. 
army rank, 16. 1110. 
ensign, 10. 517. 
Mossom, R'chd., army rank, 16. 1116. 
Mot, Jabez, in militia, 22. 324. 
Moth, Joseph^ claims allowed, 6. 887, 

960. 
Motier, Count de, 20. 791. 
Mott, Agerton, army pay, 17. 229. 
Mott, Benj., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Mott, Benj., army rank, 16. 1196. 
Mott, Benj., in army, 15. 735. 
Mott, DanU army rank, 16. 1108. 
Mott, Edge, army rank, 16. 1108. 
Mott, J no., in militia, 22. 385. 
Mott, Jos., in militia, 22. 384. 
Motte, John, rights proved) 4. 598. 
Motte, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 946, 

968. 
Motte, Stephen, land grant to, 4. 217. 
Motte's House (or Fort), 15. 465; 

captured, 17. 1032, 1033. 
Motto of N. C. seal, suggested, 3. 79, 

80, 119. 
Motts, Joseph, claims allowed, 6. 887, 

960. 
Mouat, Wm., claims, 5. 307. 
Moulford, Capt., wounded, 14. 345. 
Moulton, Abraham, in militia, 22. 330. 
Moulton, John, Jr., asks for lapse 

patent, 2. 492. 
Moultrie, Capt., killed, 14. 803. 
Moultrie, Alex., prisoner, 15. 392. 
Moultrie, William, 11. 340; 14. v, 18, 
59, 119; 15. 393; 18. 376, 555. 
a prisoner, 14. 815. 
at council of officers, 15. 27-29. 
at council of war, 14. 801, 805-806, 

813-814. 
Blount to on duties on state goods. 



18. 524. 

defends Ft. Sullivan, 10. 6I8-6I80, 
618r, eiSd. 

driven by British, 14. vi. 

exchanged, 16. 543. 

extract from Memoirs, 1 1 . 704 ; 
14. 263, 269-270, 271, 275-284, 293, 
310, 311-313, 323-325, 344, 817-818, 
821, 860, 861; 17. 625-629, 1038- 
1041; from journal of seige of 
Charleston, 14. 344-345; from let- 
ters of, 14. 798, 801, 805, 807, 813, 
814. 

Howe to on his movements, 14. 310; 
on invasion of and aid to Ga., 11. 
706-707. 

letter on case of Thos. Hooper, 18. 
234. 

Lincoln to on accomodations for 
captured officers, 14. 821; on 
movements at Savannah, 14. 344. 

location, 11. 704; 13. xii-xiii; 14. 
78. 

Nash to on movement of N. C. 
troops, 11. 709-710. 

orders Sumner home, 14. 325. 

outranked by Howe, 1 1 . xill. 

pres. of court of inquiry on Ashe, 

14. 45, 275-284. 

proposes to invade Ga., 14. 293. 
to Balfour on impressment of 

Amer. prisoners, 17. 1038-1039. 
to Caswell on S. C. boundary and 

answer, 18. 675-676, 741; on Thos. 

Hooper, 18. 695. 
to Lincoln on movement of troops 

in S. C, 14. 323-325. 
to Mcintosh on bad behaviour of 

prisoners, 14. 861. 
to make returns on provisions, 14. 

556-557. 
to Pinckney on affairs in S. C, 14. 

263; on movements of troops in 

S. C. and Ga., 14. 269-270. 
Moultrie Fort, 11. 704; 14. 800, 801; 

15. 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 243. 
attack on unsuccessful, 11. xi. 
surrenders, 14. 819. 

troops at, 14. 341. 
Mound, Matt., Armstrong to on de- 
serters, etc., 16. 487-488. 
Mounger (Monger), Henry, bill for 
on lands of, 19. 154, 158-9, 163-4, 
274, 278, 279. 
letters ment'd, 17. 841, 934. 
petition, 19. 162, 553. 
Mount, Jeremiah, army pay, 17. 230. 



MOUNT, RICHARD 



156 



MOY, GEORGE 



army rank, 16. 1117. 
Mount, Richard, army pay, IT. 230. 

army rank, 16. 1113. 
Mount, Thos., juror, 25. 189. 
Mount Airy, Pa., 11. 643. 
Mount Blake, 21. 829. 
Mt. Carmel Cliurch, history, 8. 741, 

742. 
Mount Dayton, 11. 430. 
Mount Gallard, 22. 288. 
Mt. Giiead CInurch, history, 8. 746, 747, 

748. 
Mount Harris Camp, 8. 607. 
Mt. Hope Church, history, 8. 738, 746. 
Mount Misery, 5. 164, 246; 10. 468; 

23. 418, 448. 
bill for toll road to, 6. 1230, 1280. 
Mt. Misery Ferry, 6. 740. 
Mt. Moriah Church, 5. 1184. 
Mount Morris, Lord, 9. 1092. 
Mt. Pisgah Church, 5. 1179. 
Mt. Pleasant, 11. 194; 13. 248, 249, 

278; 16. 217; 19. 893; 22. 219, 

557, 768, 1023. 
Meherrins settle at, 2. 643. 
Mount Pleasant, Edenton District, 15. 

673. 
Mt. Pleasant, Ga., 11. 201. 
Mt. Pleasant, Tenn., 18. 775; 22. 659. 
Mount Sion, tobacco inspection at, 

23. 641, 792. 
Mt. Tirzah, 16. 476. 
Mt. Washington, Howe to seize, 10. 

910. 
Mt. Zion church, history, 8. 746, 747- 

748, 749. 
Mt. Zion Reformed Church, history, 

8. 738-739. 
Mountain Baptist Asso'n, 5. 1185, 

1189. 
Mountaiin Creek, 6. 637, 1011; 11. 

facing 80. 
Mountain Leader, Sevier to on settle- 
ments among Chicasaws, 22. 

704-5. 
talk of, 17. 85-86, 92. 
Mountain Section of Western N. C. 

R. R., 5. xlviii. 
Mountains, act for road through, 24. 

135-6. 
description, 7. 101. 
survey extended to, 3. 13. 
Mountflorence (Montflorence), James 

Cole, 14. 478; 15. 463; 16. 232, 

233, 521, 550; 19. 769, 774; 21. 

338; 22. 763, 764. 
allowance to, 17. 663, 744; 19. 707. 



arms and am. to, 17. 380. 

bill to build warehouse, 21. 325, 

699. 
Burke to on provisions and Tories, 

16. 235. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 45, 47, 48, 49. 
introduced to Washington and 

Laurens, 13. 220, 221. 
letters for, 13. 227, 228. 
needs clothing, 16. 527. 
packets for, 16. 501. 
petition, 19. 174, 181, 292, 302, 304; 

and money to, 22. 948. 
proposes to raise militia, 14. 471, 

472. 
to Caswell on his school in New- 

bern, 13. 335-336. 
to C. C. of Dobbs on taxables, 16. 

489. 
to deliver pork, 16. 494. 
to Nash on commission for self, 15. 

80-81; on Meres, 15. 75-76. 
to remit supplies to Bretigny, 16. 

395. 
to Sumner on provisions, 15. 473, 
539-541; on service in his brigade, 
15. 428-429. 
Mountgomery. See Montgomery. 
Mountgomery, Hugh, allowance to, 

22. 821. 
Mountigue, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 

253. 
Mourley, David, road coms'r, 25. 401. 
Mourse, Jos., 16. 355. See Nourse, 

Joseph. 
Mouse, the, 13. 500. 
Moustier, Compte de, and French debt, 

21. 466. 
Mouth of the River (Pasquotank), 

inspection at, 25. 380. 
Mouth of Tullico, 22. 998, 999. 
Movetticos, negroes shot at, 1. 900. 
Mowatt, Wm., claims, 5. 557. 

Mowberry, , robbed by Sothell, 1. 

369. 
Mowbery, Eliz., witness, 1. 418. 
Mowbray, Walter, to Adams on coun- 
terfeiting, 24. 662, 663, 664, 665- 
666. 
Movj^bray (Mowbry) Herald, 8. 551, 

625; 9. 291. 
Moxley, Wm., in militia, 22. 371. 
Moxley, Wm., in militia, 22. 378. 
Moy, Benj., school trustee, 24. 867. 
Moy, Gardner, in army, 13. 504. 
Moy, George, arrested for not going to 
war, 2. 125. 



MOY, GEORGE 



157 



MUHLENBURG, PETER 



children wounded, 2. 565, 572. 
Moy, George, a J. P., 4. 346; 6. 341, 
343. 
allowance to, 22. 859. 
complaint of and against, 6. 1068, 

1069. 
in assembly, 6. 1152-1153, 1266; 7. 

67. 
land grant to, 4. 336; made null, 6. 

339. 
resurvey to, 6. 333. 
Moy, Geo., Sr., road coms'r, 23. 222. 
Moy, John^ claims, 4. 808. 

land grant to, 4. 764. 
Moy, John, school trustee, 24. 867. 
Moye, Capt., order to for money, 22. 

448. 
Moye (Moy), Geo., a J. P., 23. 994. 
army rank, 16. 1112. 
debts due by, 8. 280-281. 
dues from as sheriff, 9. 575. 
In assem., 19. 383, 389. 
on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 38, 61, 62, 243, 

295, 494, 499, 670. 
patroled, 10. 451. 
petitions for Tyson, 16. 580. 
resigns as J. P., 19. 427, 759, 765. 
Moye, George, in army, 13. 517. 
Moye, George, Jr., on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 
62. 
petitions for Tyson, 16. 580-581. 
Moye, Geo., Sr., patroler, 10. 64. 
Moye, John, in assem., 21. 2, 4, 47, 
52, 66, 67, 68, 74, 77, 109, 115, 121, 
130, 133, 154, 160, 168, 179, 190. 
Moye, John, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 38, 

62. 
Moye, John, tax coms'r, 25. 52. 
Moye, John, Jr., on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 
62 
patroler, 10. 64. 
Moye (Moy), Richard, in assembly, 
17. 265, 266, 298, 304, 306, 354, 
359, 365, 368, 387, 406, 425; 19. 
234, 235, 236, 262, 282, 286, 295, 
299, 324, 334, 354, 359, 490, 514, 
613, 614, 622, 643, 667, 671, 675, 
677, 688, 718, 719, 762, 773, 794, 
805, 808, 816, 822, 827, 832, 835. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 5, 25, 28, 30. 
on com. of assem., 17. 385, 736. 
on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 62, 243. 
patroler, 10. 64. 
resigns as J. P„ 19. 765. 
signs Pitt Asso., 10. 221. 
Moyer, Jacob, rum to, 22. 444. 
Moyer (Moir?), Rev. James, changes 



his missionary work, 4. 876, 877. 
See also Moir,Rev. James. 

Moyers, And., in militia, 22. 323. 

Moyers, Jacob, receipts for services, 
22. 477. 

Moyitchoy, token left with, 3. 132. 

Moyle, Esekel, witness, 1. 484 

Moyock, inspection at, 23. 641, 792; 
24. 314, 380. 

Moyock Creek, 2. 747. 
inspection at, 24. 581; 25. 314. 

Moyok, 26. 480. 

Mozingo, John, exempted, 9. 495. 

Mstsons, B., 15. 381. 

Muce, Marquis de la, on Dr. Coxe, 1. 
529. 

Muchucenes, Larance, regulator, 7. 
734. 

Mucilyea, John, re-enlists, 15. 749. 

Mucius Scaevola, defence of regulat- 
ors denounced and hung in effigy, 

10. 1023, 1024. 

Muckle, Wm., army pay, 17. 233. 

Mucklerath, Mr., escapes from Char- 
leston, 14. 760. 

Mucklewrath, David, petition, 16. 96- 
97; 19. 63. 

Mud, Joel, in militia, 22. 161. 

Mud Island, seized by British, 11. 806. 

Muddox, John, land grant to, 4. 964. 

Muddy Creek, 5. x, 13, 1147, 1148, 
1149, 1163; 10. 593. 
settlement on begun, 5. 1151-1152. 

Muddy Creek, Tenn., Indian murders 
on, 22. 695. 

Muddy Creek Lutheran Church, 8. 
776. 

Muddy Fork, Germans on, 8. 741. 

Muhlenburg, Col., goods for troops of, 

11. 438; used in N. C, 11. 498- 
499, 509. 

inquiry into stores for, 1 1 . 448. 

money advanced for troops of, 10. 
699. 

rank of settled, 11. 337, 339. 

returns to Va., 11. 485. 
Muhlenburg (Millenburg, Mulen- 
burg, Mullenburg, MiUlinburg), 
Gen. Peter, 12. 457, 459, 460, 461, 
462, 463, 467, 469, 474, 476, 477, 
478, 481, 516, 529, 533, 537, 541, 
548; 14. 524, 577, 578, 600, 601; 
15. 716; 21. 461. 

and battle of Stony Point, 14. 329. 

borrows camp kettles, 14. 654. 

comes south, 15. 657. 

composition and position of brigade. 



MUILLACHY, SEMPLE 



158 



MULLEN, MAKY 



12. 508, 509. 
convenes court to settle claims of 

officers, 11. 745. 
escorts arms and am., 15. 459. 
forwards supplies, 14. 727. 
letter ment'd, 22. 583. 
location, 13. 496; 14. 733; 15. 138, 

143, 301, 630. 
movements, 14. 723; 15. 449. 
number of troops under, 14. 718. 
on court martial, 12. 542. 
position of brigade, 12. 509. 
quoted on Indian treaty, 17. 89. 
reports on movements of Va. troops, 

15. 66. 
Sumner asks permission of to join 

N. C. troops, 11. 745. 
to Cont. Cong, on Indian affairs, 17. 

159-161. 
to Gates on Br. in Va., 14. 728-729; 

on clothing and movement of 

troops, 14. 670; on movement and 

clothing of troops, 14. 604-605; 

on reinforcements, 14. 575-576, 

579; on supplies, 14. 687; on Va. 

troops, 14. 560-561. 
to join Gates, 14'. 574. 
Virginians commended by, 10. 618o, 

618c; complimented, 10. xxxix-xl. 
Muillachy, Semple, takes oath, 22. 

176. 
Muir, , Hendrie & Co., estimate 

on transportation, 16. 539. 
supply N. C. Line, 16. 486. 
Muir, Mr., letter on Martinique debt, 

21. 796, 959. 
Muir, Francis, prisoner, 16. 672. 
Muir, Robert, counterfeiter, 20. 662- 

664. 
Muir, Wm., execution against, 18. 

288. 
Muir, Wm., receives pay for soldiers, 

17. 247. 
Muklerey, Wm., a J. P., 4. 683 
Mulattoes, act against stealing, 24. 

220-1, 890-1, 956; for tax on 

ment'd, 3. 192; for tax on, 23. 

106-107, 334. 
bill to exempt wives and daughters 

of from list of taxables, 9. 146, 

147; to empower J. P.'s to bind 

out children of, 6. 495. 
bound out against their will, 3. 

556-557, 585, 590, 592-593, 620. 
compelled to list wives, 6. 902. 
in militia, 22. 372. 
married to white man, 2. 662, 672, 



700, 706-707, 714. 
not capable as witness, 24. 61; 25. 

283, 445. 
not to vote, 2. 214. 
number of taxables, 7. 539. 
petition for repeal of tax on, 6. 982- 

983; on inter-marriages of, 5. 295, 
tithables, 25. 162. 
Mulberry! the, 16. 972. 
Mulberry Fields, 5. 13, 1146, 1153; 9. 

91. 
Mulberry Fork, lands on, 15. 340. 
Mulberry Old Field, 4. 617; 25. 211. 
Mulberry Plantation, 15. 431. 
Mulberry trees, petition on, 5. 855. 
raising of to be encouraged, 5. 293- 

294. 
Mulden, Chas., army pay, 17. 231. 
Mulenburg, Lieut., 12. 460. 
Mulford, Capt., troops under, 15. 73. 
Mulford, Thos., ensign, 10. 626. 
Mulford, Thos., lieut, 10. 936. 
Mulford's Dist., resolve on assess- 
ments in, 13. 694, 695 
Mulholland, Thos., allowance to, 19. 

219, 221, 355. 
Mulhulum, Hugh, in Indian war, 10. 

753. 
Mulik!;n, Lewis, pensioner, 22. 75. 
Mulivee, John, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Mulkerim, John, act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
Mulkerin, James, act for land to, 24. 

629-30. 
land grant to, 19. 572. 
Mulkerin, Jno., land grant to, 19. 572. 
Mulkeson, John, loyalist, 10. 597. 
Mulkey, James, land grant asked, 4. 

707. 
rights proved, 4. 705. 
Mulkey, Philip, land grant to, 4. 764. 
Mulky, John, army pay, 17. 231. 
Mull, Hossel, claim allowed, 5. 982. 
Mull, May, 8. 750. 

Mull, Peter, on Rowan, S. C, 10. 252. 
Mull. Robert, helps reorganize Luth- 
eran Church, 8. 785. 
Mullay, Thos., boundary coms'r, 24. 

827. 
Mullen, Abra., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Mullen, Abraham, Jr., juror, 4. 517. 
Mullen, Isaac, juror, 4. 517. 
Mullen, James, army pay, 17. 230. 
Mullen, James, petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1263. 
Mullen, Mary, petition, 19. 4, 5; con- 
sidered, 16. 22, 107. 



MULLEN, MELONE 



159 



MURCHISON, JOHN 



Mullen, Melone, in army, 13. 51S. 
Mullen, Michl., army rank, 16. 1122. 
Mullen, Patrick, exempted, 6. 1299. 
Mullen, Richard, in army, 15. 725. 
Mullen, Thomas, army pay, 17. 232. 
Mullen, Wm., army rank, 16. 1116. 
Mulllin, Malone, army rank, 16. 1116. 
Mullin, Richd., army rank, 16. 1116. 
Mullln, Wm., in army, 15. 724. 
Mulline (Moline), Robert, juror, 1. 
397, 408. 
\?itness, 1. 403. 
See also Moline, Robert. 
Mullington, Richard, land grant to, 4. 

59, 349. 
Mulllns, Mr., 22. 223. 
Mullins, Thos., Baptist minister, 5. 

1184. 
Mullins, Thos., in militia, 22. 371. 
Mulloy (Malloy), James, allowance to, 
21. 358. 
doorkeeper Cony. 1788 and 1789, 22. 

7, 40. 
memorial, 20. 236, 428, 449-450, 464; 

21. 258, 373, 612, 618, 688, 696. 
See also Malloy, James. 
Multherin, Wm., killed, 20. 722. 
Mum, Ndwel, in Indian war, 10. 754. 
Mumford. See Monford, Montford, 

Montfort, Munford. 
Mumford, Mr., 15. 417. 
Mumford, Mr., sugar to, 14. 756. 
Mumford, Col., 14. 762. 
Mumford, Chas., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Mumford, Joseph, a J. P., 3. 256. 
congratulates Dobbs, 5. 33.4-335. 
in militia, 22. 343. 
Mumford, Jos., Cont. capt, 22. 1049. 
officer, 18. 486. 

petitions on roads and ferries, 5. 
164-166. 
Mumford, Roberson, act on storage of 
tobacco, 24. 758-9, 982. 
bill to impower him to r.eceive stor- 
age, 17. 302, 346, 397, 406; for him 
to store tobacco, 20. 58, 101; to 
Inspect warehouse of, 21. 25, 104, 
110, 121. 
See also Montford, Robertson. 
Mumpower, Nicholas, in militia, 22. 

416. 
Mums, Wm., in militia, 22. 325. 
Muncreef^ Wm., in militia, 22. 334. 
Muncreef, Willough, in militia, 22. 

334. 
Muncref, John, on Gary Rebellion, 1. 
784-787. 



Muncref, Wm., in militia, 22. 391. 
Munday, Benj., resists impressment, 

2. 56. 
Munday, Jeremiah, pensioner, 22. 75. 

Munden, , pilot, 16. 261. 

Mundin, Jos., army rank, 16. 1116. 
Mundine, Francis, in militia, 17. 1058. 
Mundine, Kittarel, a J. P., 23. 993. 
summons Tories to take oath 13 
446. 
Munds, Wm., petitions on county 

bounds, 9. 633-635. 
Munford. See Monford, Montford, 

Montfort, Mumford. 
Munford, Mr., 14. 596, 731. 
Munford, Maj., 2. 784. 
Munford, Mrs. R., 16. 585. 
Munford, Robert, enters N. C. brigade 
16. 614. 
nominated for council, 9. 974, 1172, 

1243. 
to Burke on furniture, 16. 585; on 

substitutes, 15. 587-588. 
to Gates on movements of troops, 
14. 614; on reinforcements, 14. 
576-577. 
Munfree, John, complains of taxes 4. 

960. 
Munger. See Mounger. 
Munger, Bailey, in militia, 17. 1057. 
Munger, Henry, a J. P., 23. 992. 
Mungers, Henry, boundary coms'r, 24. 
233. 
court at house of, 24. 232. 
Mungoe, Jese, army rank, 16. 1119. 
Munk, James, pensioner, 22. 75. 
Munn, Alexr., prosperity confiscated 

19. 672; 24. 425. 
Munro. See Monro, Monroe. 
Munro, Daniel, petition, 21. 848. 
Munro, John, sells steers, 22. 613. 
Munroe (Munro), James, loyalist, 10. 
598. 
ordered to raise King's standard, 

10. 441-443. 
Tryon to on Hillsboro riots, 8. 678- 
679. 
Munroe (Monroe), Peter, petition, 21. 

271, 282, 363, 631, 673, 694. 
Munroe, Timothy de, petition, 20. 79. 

See also Monroe, T. de. 
Muns, Thos., exempted, 9. 503. 
Muns, Thos., in militia, 22. 325. 
Muns, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 256. 
Munse, Jacob, land patents to, 6. 331. 
Murchison, John, petitions Prov. Cong, 
for release, 10. 888-889. 



MURDEN, JEREMIAH 



160 



MURFREE, HARDY 



sent to Phila., 11. 295. 
Murden, Jeremiah, land grant to, 4. 

634. 
Murden, Jer, Jr., juror, 4. 518. 
Murden, Jer, Sr., juror, 4. 519. 
Murden, Jeremy, quit rents of, 22. 

249. 
Murden, R., reports on land frauds, 5. 

IO88-94! 
Murden (Merden, Murdens), Robert, 

a J. P., 4. 813, 895. 
dead, 6. 161. 
in assembly, 5. 232, 243, 246, 307, 

665, 668, 689, 696, 698, 701, 921, 

922, 1020, 1045, 1054, 1055, 1056; 

on com. of assem., 5. 693, 1043; 

6. 108. 
estate of to be put into hands of 

commissioners, 10. 572. 
in militia, 22. 308, 313. 
report on reg't of, 5. 163; on Pasq. 

militia, 22. 344-54, 381. 
Murden's, inspection at, 25. 380. 
Murder, Eng. acts on in force in N. C, 

23. 318, 321, 322. 
trials for, 2. 464-467, 553-554; and 

sentence for, 2. 640, 664-665. 
Murdey, Robert, petition on trade, 5. 

321-324. 
Murdin, Robert, a J. P., 4. 965. 
Murdock, Andw., petitions, 19. 932. 
Murdough, David, town coms'r, 24. 

846. 
IVure, Robert, counterfeiter, 20. 662- 

663, 664. 
iWurfee. See Murfree, Murphey, Mur- 
phy, Murphree. 
Murfee, Deness, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-12. 
Murfey, Mr., owns lands in S. C, 4. 

259. 
Murfey, John, land grant asked, 4. 

706. 
Murfey, John, rights proved, 4. 705. 
Murfey, Timothy, petition on C. H., 9. 

806-807. 
Murfree. See Murphey, Murphy, Mur- 
phree. 
Murfree, Lt. Col., claims, 19. 948. 
Murfree, A., resigns as Col., 20. 565. 
Murfree (Murfee, Murphy, Murphree), 

Hardy, 14. 50, 487, 835; IB. 450; 

19. 910; 20. 376. 
accounts of confiscated property, 

18. 169, 192, 198, 332 
allows enlistments from S. C, 18. 

612. 



and affairs of N. C. Line, 18. 57-58, 

59, 61-62, 155, 375, 382. 
and half pay, 16. 931. 
army pay, 17. 229. 
at Stony Point, 14. viii, 327, 328, 

337. 
army record, 13. 480. 
Burke to on clothing, 16. 286-8. 
captain, 10. 187, 287. 
coms'r on navigation, 24. 931, 966; 

on confis. prop., 21. 818, 840, 841; 

24. 662. 
Cont. It. col., 22. 1049. 
detained from Sumner, 15. 541. 
field officer, 12. 500, 506, 522. 
forwards stores, 15. 493, 494. 
gets tobacco, 16. 494. 
impresses rum, 19. 668. 
in assem., 19. 507, 552, 592, 602, 

605, 610, 616, 692. 
in Cincinnati, 17. 134. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 47, 48. 
in militia, 9. 297. 
in N. C. brigade, 13 427. 
letters from ment'd., 15. 493; 21. 

56, 66. 
memorial, 20. 93-4, 96, 236; 21. 816, 

832, 835, 837, 843, 844, 848, 861, 

983, 984, 985, 1008, 1009, 1018, 

1027, 1039, 1047, 1048, 1049. 
movements, 15. 562. 
officer, 18. 450, 458, 485. 
on board of rearrangement, 16. 575. 
on guard, 12. 535. 
owes state, 21. 1069. 
payment to, 13. 351. 
pres. of court martial, 12. 514. 
promoted, 16. 603-604, 627-628, 630- 

631, 648, 649, 653. 
rank, 16. 71, 576, 608, 1109. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 191, 

193, 197, 198, 199, 207, 213, 215, 

217, 221, 222, 224, 225, 226, 229, 

231, 233, 238, 239, 242, 243, 244, 

255, 257, 260. 
recommended to Caswell from 

Howe, 11. 429. 
report on company of, 13. 521-523, 

527; on confiscated property, 21. 

155, 156; on sundries impressed, 

16. 23, 24; on Br. in Va., 14. 448; 

on deserters, 15. 470; on goods 

impressed, 15. 524. 
representation, 20. 283, 415, 425, 

466, 468. 
resolve in favor of, 17. 402. 



MURFREE, MRS. HARDY 161 



MURPHEY, A. D. 



returns list of impressments, 19. 
7. 

sends stores to Long, 15. 593. 

sent to aid of Caswell, 16. vl. 

signs certificate, 13. 397. 

Sumner to on provisions, troops, 
etc. 15. 475. 

thanked for testimony on frauds, 
18. 126. 

to ask Nash for pay, 15. 404. 

to Burke on hoats and ferries, 15. 
629-630; on boats and raising of 
troops, 15. 635; on clothing, 16. 
259-260; on impressment of stores, 
16. 1199; 22. 542-3. 

to Caswell on appointment of offi- 
cers, 1 1 . 574-575 ; on com. for 
Jones, 11. 524; on recruits, etc., 
11. 664. 

to impress supplies, 15. 469. 

to join Sumner, 15. 530, 531. 

to march north, 1 1 . 684. 

to Nash on Br. invasion of Va. and 
aid to from N. C, 15. 138, 143- 
144; on impressments, 22. 535-6; 
on provisions and stores, 15. 521. 
to sell land, 21. 865, 1054. 

to Sumner on Colonel Brickwell, 16. 
620-621; on Br. in Va. and N. C, 
15. 560-561; on clothing, etc., 16. 
578-579; on drafts, etc., 16. 641- 
642; on drafts, clothing, etc., 15. 
591; on Garrard, 16. 519; on 
movements of militia, 1 5. 439 ; ; 
on his retirement, 16. 669-670; on 
lands, supplies, etc., 16. 621-622; 
on movement of troops, 15. 483; 
on N. C. brigade, 16. 611-612, 614- 
616; on public affairs, 16. 588- 
589, 592; on rank, 16. 648, 649; on 
shipping tobacco to W. I., 15. 666- 
667; on tobacco and supplies, 16. 
472; 19. 886-7; on troops and pro- 
visions, 15. 516-517. 

to take charge of reg't., 15. 426. 

to take subs, for D. S. Canal, 25. 83. 

visits Nash for money, 14. 862. 
Murfree, Mrs. Hardy, 15. 667; 19. 

887. 
Murfree, Patrick, army pay, 17. 230. 
Murfree (Murphee, Murphey), Wm., a 
J. P., 23. 994. 

act for town on lands of and town 
coms'r, 24. 859-61. 

bill for town on lands of, 18. 30, 
39, 46, 260, 265, 267, 276. 
39, 46, 260, 265, 267, 276; to collect 



tax, 18. 40, 271, 274, 276, 291. 
debts due by, 8. 280-281. 
in assembly, 6. 847, 868, 921, 922, 

1008, 1059, 1074; 6. 91, 98, 105, 

112, 135, 164; 6. 801, 810; 8. 715, 

728, 738, 754, 782, 783, 1188. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 165, 519, 523, 

914, 915, 960. 
on com. of assem., 6. 812, 817; 9. 

740. 
on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 917. 
petition, 18. 37, 44. 
town coms'r, 23. 774. 
Murfree (phey), Wm., door keeper 

Conv. 1788 and 1789, 22. 7, 40. 
Murfree's, 15. 480. 
Murfree's Landing, 15. 138, 439, 475, 

480, 517, 521, 561, 591, 629, 666; 

16. 641, 648, 649, 1199; 19. 886; 
22. 542; 24. 859; 25. 313, 379. 

inspection on, 23. 641, 792; 25. 313, 

379. 
Murfreesboro, act to create, 24. 859- 

61. 
bill to inspect tobacco, 20. 203, 213, 

225, 256, 381, 383, 413; 21. 322, 

666. 
subscriptions for D. S, Canal taken 

in, 25. 83. 
Murfreesboro Church, 5. 1180. 
Murfrey, Richard, Br. prisoner, 19. 

630. 
Murfrey, Wm., dues from as sheriff, 

9. 572. 
Murhead, Claud, petitions for division 

of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
Murphey, , pardoned by Burke, 

17. 149. 
Murphey, Mr., 14. 580. 

Murphey (Murphy), Archibald, allow- 
ance to, 19. 335, 339. 

building coms'r, 24. 524. 

dlst. auditor, 24. 422. 

letter of considered, 16. 171. 

receives clothing, 16. 619. 
. reports on clothing rec'd, 16. 619. 

resigns as colonel of militia, 21. 125. 

signs order for impressment, 10. 
786. 

to hold election, 10. 945. 
Murphey (Murphy), Archibald D., 5. 
1220. 

correspondence with Graham on 
resolution, 19. iii, vi, 956, 967, 
968-988, 989, 992, 993. 

Davie (Allen J.) to on Revolution- 
ary matters, 19. vi, 993-999. 



3-11 



MURPHEY, HARDY 



162 



MURPHY, WILLIAM 



offers to collect and print records, 

1 1 . Iv. 
proposed History of N. C, 19. 976- 

977, 978. 
to Conner on Rev. matters, 19. 993. 
Murphey, Hardy, promroted, 17. 142. 
Murphey, Jas., in militia, 22. 450. 
Murphey, James, protests against 

regulators, 8. 273-274. 
Murphey, John, exempted from taxes, 

13. 919. 
Murphey, John, land grant to, 4. 765. 
Murphey, John, petition, 21. 253, 361, 

609, 616. 
Murphey, John, regulator, 7. 734. 
Murphey, J no., Jr., gun impressed, 22. 

414. 
Murphey, Thos., 21. 1057. 
Murphey, Wm., boundary coms'r, 23. 

658. 
Murphey, Wm., petition, 21. 34. 
Murphis's Landg., inspector at, 25. 

313, 379. 
Murphree, Wm., vestryman, 23. 499. 

Murphy, , leads dissenters, 8. 203. 

Murphy, Mr., 21. 452. . 

Murphy, Mr., aids Burke, 16. 41, 294. 

Murphy, Capt., 10. 622. 

Murphy, Capt., burns houses, 14. 622, 

666.' 
Murphy, Col., commands Pee Dee 
men, 22. 548, 549. 
defeats McNeil, 22. 553. 
Murphy, Col., quoted, 15. 544. 
Murphy, Alexander, petitions for di- 
vision of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
Murphy, Anthony, petitions for di- 
vision of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
Murphy, Archd., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Murphy, Benj., in militia, 22. 373. 
Murphy, Charles, interpreter, 22. 650, 

997, 1001. 
Murphy, Danl., army rank, 16. 1117. 

pensioner, 22. 78. 
Murphy, Edmund, land grant to, 4. 

649. 
Murphy, Hugh, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Murphy, Rev. J., pastor of German 

Reformed Churches, 8. 753. 
Murphy, Rev. J. L., pastor of German 

Reformed Churches, 8. 754. 
Murphy, Jas., army rank, 16. 1118. 
Murphy, Jas., army rank, 16. 1122. 
Murphy, James, dies in service, 19. 

134. 
Murphy, James, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Murphy, James, petitions for division 



or Orange Co., 9; 809-810. 
Murphy, James, petitions for Mc- 

Dugal, 9. 683-685. 
Murphy, Jere, gets resurvey, 4. 329. 

land grant to, 4. 274, 335. 
Murphy, John, land grant asked, 4. 

707; grant to, 4. 63, 1250. 
Murphy, John, on regulation of Cross 

Creek, 15. 209-211. 
Murphy, John, petitions for new chart- 
er, 9. 79-80. 
Murphy, John, regulator, 8. 80. 
Murphy, John, taxable, 15. 192. 
Murphy, John, voter, 15. 237. 
Murphy, Joseph, Baptist minister, 5. 

1188. 
Murphy, Mrs. Mary, pensioned, 19. 

134, 247. 
Murphy, Michael, recommended, 19. 

428. 
Murphy, Moses, army rank, 16. 1118. 
Murphy (Murfree), Nicholas, asst 
doorkeeper, 18. 3. 
doorkeeper, 20. 3, 303, 477; 21. 

731. 
doorkeeper Conv. 1788 and 1789, 
22. 7, 40. 
Murphy, Patk., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Murphy, Robert, witness for Devane, 

15. 787. 
Murphy, Roger, deserted, 11. 823. 
Murphy, Sol., army rank, 16. 1188. 
Murphy, Thos., army rank, 16. 1111. 
Murphy (Murphey), Thos., asks for 
lands, 4. 331. 
claims, 3. 281, 318. 
land grant to, 4. 225. 
petitions about ferry, 3. 543, 546- 

547, 574, 578-579, 581. 
resurvey asked for, 4. 440. 
witness, 4. 502. 
Murphy, Thos., in militia, 22. 318. 
Murphy, Thos., in militia, 22. 323. 
Murphy, Thos., Jr., land grant to, 4. 

273. 
Murphy, Thos., Sr., land asked, 4. 
335. 
resurvey asked, 4. 275. 
Murphy, Tim., in militia, 22. 285. 
Murphy, Timothy, land grant to, 4.' 

712. 
Murphy, Wm., a J. P., 22. 703. 
Murphy, Wm., allowance to, 12. 815, 
877. 
claims, 20. 494. 
Murphy (Murphey), Wm., doorkeeper, 
12. 3, 549; 13. 736; 17. 796; 18. 



MURPHY, WILLIAM 



163 



MURRAY, JAMES 



3; 19. 2, 130; 19. 401, 521; 20. 

3. 303, 477; 21. 731. 
memorial, 19. 215, 216, 223, 348, 358- 

359, 360. 
payment to, 17. 415. 
report on petition of, 18. 196-197, 
223-224, 444. 
Murphy, Wm., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Murphy, Wm., Baptist minister, 5. 

1188. 
Murphy, William, prisoner, 17. 1046. 
Murphy, Wm. Rigney, doorkeeper, 12. 
171, 549 (?); 13. 736, 
claim, 20, 494. 
petition, 21. 34, 175. 
report on petition of, 18. 196-197. 
Murray. See Murrey, Murry. 
Murray, Chas., army pay, 17. 232. 

army rank, 15. 719; 16. 1111. 
Murray, Edward, mitten stolen from, 

2. 469. 
Murray, Francis^ petitions for Fields, 

10. 803-804. 
Murray, Hugh, in militia, 22. 384. 
Murray, Hugh, petitions on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Murray (Murry), James, 4. 376, 405. 
a J. P., 3. 256; 4. 275, 346, 447. 
absent from N. C, 4. 935 
act for coms'rs to examine claims 
of Clark against, 24. 456-7, 525-7; 
allowance to, 22. 865; as attorney 

to paymaster, 6. 285. 
and Rutherford, case against Dobbs, 

5. 935-960. 
answers charges of usurpation by 

Smith, 4. 455-460, 462-470. 
arrears of salary due to, 9. 654. 
asked to clear ship, 4. 464-465. 
asks extension on land warrants, 5. 

811. 
associate Justice, 4. 1255. 
bill in favor of Clark and Hooper, 
16. 26, 29, 61, 65, 70-71; to exam- 
ine claims against, 19. 9, 35, 46, 
61-62, 94, 140, 147, 152, 162, 163, 
169, 250, 251, 257, 261, 272, 277, 
282, 286, 288, 289, 294-295. 
Board of Trade recommends super- 
vision, 5. 957-958; on suspension 
of, 5. 960. 
claims allowed, 22. 403; discussed, 

4. 1327, 1328, 1347-1348. 

clerk of council and clerk of crown, 

5. 29-30. 

commissioner of Ft. Johnston, 4. 
1255. 



complaints sent to, 4. 453. 

controls Rutherford, 5. 942, 953. 

com'r of Wilmington, 23. 134, 148. 

deducts too much pay, 5. 299. 

disputes over' precedence in council, 
4. 1001; 6. 1015-1016. 

Dobbs to Bd. Trade on private issue 
of notes, 5. 945-948; proclamation 
by against notes of, 5. 955. 

dropped from council, 7. 247; 8. 
167. 

favors county treasurers bill, 4. 480, 
484; Wilmington bill, 4. 449, 482, 
483, 485. 

gets leave to go to Boston, 7. 160. 

goes home, 5. 146. 

goes to N. B., 7. 7; 9.. 1002 

in assembly, 4. 859. 

in council, 4. 339, 340, 425, 439, 444- 
454, 455-460, 479-492, 534-551, 575, 
587-603, 632-639, 650-651, 959-971, 
1000-1010, 1032-1041, 1046-1051, 
1051-1064, 1166, 1245-1255, 1256- 
1274, 1317-1329; 5. iii, 18, 29-38, 38- 
40, 41-53, 172-177, 177-191, 212-219, 
226, 227-231, 262-281, 488-489, 493- 
494, 495-500, 501-503, 504-520, 655- 
657, 658-688, 810-816, 823-828, 829, 
880-888, 1107; 6. 1007-1013, 1014- 
1020, 1064-1089, 1089-1164, 1218- 
1257, 1322; 7. 4-7; 8. 601. 

judge chancery ct, 6. 1042 

land grant asked, 4. 454; grant to, 
4. 278, 280, 347, 602, 765. 

meets Dobbs, 5. v, 144^. 

memorial considered by Board of 
Trade, 5. 987-988, 989; by King and 
restored to council, 7. 436-437. 

notes issued by, 5. 951, 952-3, 988; 
investigated, 5. 825, 826, 827-828; 
reasons, 5. 937-8, 941. 

on com. of council, 4. 1053, 1056, 
1058, 1257, 1258, 1269, 1272, 1277, 
1295, 1318, 1319, 1333; 5. 229, 277, 
305, 498, 499, 654, 679, 683, 685, 
728, 814, 831; 6.1199, 1221. 

on com. to examine and compare 
revisal, 4. 1007. 

opposes land grant, 4. 1240. 

president of council, 5. 209, 210,211, 
212; 6; 1094, 1095, 1101, 1107, 1115, 
1125, 1139, 1140, 1149, 1198, 1210, 
1212, 1213, 1215, 1217, 1218, 1226, 
1242, 124S, 1248, 1250, 1251, 1255, 
1303, 1306, 1307, 1318; 7, 105, 160; 
22. 840; 23. 391, 399; 631, 659. 

protests against accounts, 5. 663. 



MURRAY, JAMES 



164 



MUSE, 



qualifies member of assembly, 4. 

1256, 1274. 
quarrels with Dobbs, 6. xxxiv-xxxv. 
questions Rutherford, 5. 952. 
recommended for council, 4. 284, 

418. 
recommends Macdowell, 6. 232-233. 
report on paper currency, 5. 146. 
restored to council, 6. 799; 7. 439, 

501. 
returns to England, 4. 844. 
rights proved, 4. 594, 595. 
road coms'r, 23. 447. 
secretary of State, 5. iii, 18. 
signs address to Rowan, 5. 40. 
signs notes for quit rents, 5. 822. 
•specimen of private notes, 5. 943, 

944. 
surety of Innes, 22. 363. 
suspended from council and reasons, 
5. 942, 946-947, 956, 957, 959; 8. 
148-149, 828; approved, 6. 558, 559, 
626; discussed, 6. 45, 57, 58. 
takes deposition, 5. 813. 
takes oath, 6. 1087. 
to Board of Trade on suspension 

from council, 5. 956. 
to employ printer, 6. 1139-1140, 1209- 

1210. 
to King on salary for council, 5. 

760-761. 
to McDowell on his work, 6. 537-538. 
Murray, James, army pay, 17. 232. 
Murray, James, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Murray, James, regulator, 7. 734. 
Murray, James, taxable, 15. 191. 
Murray, John, army pay, 17. 234. 

army rank, 16. 1111. 
Murray, John, land warrant to, 18. 

164. 
Murray, John, petitions for extension 

of power of J. P.'s, 7. 874-875. 
Murray, John, sergeant, 10. 753 
Murray, L. Alex., army rank, 16. 1120. 
Murray, Morgan, army rank, 16. 1119. 
pensioned, 19. 402, 412, 525, 724. 
petitions for pension, 19. 736, 741- 
742. 
Murray, Quinter, rights proved, 4. 594. 
Murray, Thomas, error for James, 8. 

601. 
Murray, W., on representation and 
other acts, 4. 1223-1224. 
opinion on salvage, &c, of Spanish 
wrecks, 4. 1309-10, 1311. 
Murray, Walter, a J. P., 23, 993. 
and case of Rowan, 11. 627, 630. 



on regulation of Cross Creek, 15. 

209-210. 
signs Cumberland Co. ass'n, 10. 

29-30. 
town coms'r, 24. 182. 
Murray, Walter, major, 17. 733. 
Murray, Wm., asks pardon for Fruit, 

9. 93-95. 
Murray, Wm., army pay, 17. 231. 
Murray, Wm., army rank, 16. 1110. 
Murray, Wm. Risney, doorkeeper to 
Senate, 12. 549. 
See Murphy, Wm. R. 
Murray's (Murrey's) Ferry, 14. 746. 
824. 
boats destroyed on, 15. 277, 279. 
Murrel, Barnabas, army rank, 16. 

1117. 
Murrel, Matt>«., army rank, 16. 1117. 
Murrel, Merrit, pensioner, 22. 77. 
Murrell, Barnaby, in Davidson's Co., 

14. 294. 
Murrell, Benj., resigns as J. P., 21. 

267, 293, 638. 
Murrell, Patience exempted, 7. 575. 
Murrell, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 

764. 
Murrell family, 8. 757. 
Murrelshell, 11. 777. 
Murrey, Walter, land grant to, 4. 892. 
Murrill, Geo., pensioner, 22. 77. 
Murriil, Matthew, in Davidson's Co., 

14. 294. 
Murry, Gen., 7. 374. 
Murry, David, in militia, 22. 284. 
Murry, J as., in militia, 22. 284. 
Murry, Jas., in militia, 22. 284. 
Murry, Peter, master of the Tryal, It. 

634. 
Murry, Thomas, land lapses, 2. 302. 
Murry, Wm., witness, 6. 536. 
Mury, Robert, juryman, 1. 534. 
Musa, Ellsha, army pay, 17. 231. 
Muscavado sugar, 15. 740, 
Muschamp, George, appraiser, 1. 393. 
attorney, 1. 433. 
complains, 1. 381. 
law suits, 1. 400. 
Muscle (Musell) Shoals, 18. 494; 20. 
653; 22. 494. 
battle at, 20. 730. 
creeks on, 18. 605. 
French at, 22. 675. 
Spaniards settle at, 17. 14, 16. 
Muscovy, compared with N. C, 2. 

186. 
Muse, , made Heut col., 5. 124. 



MUSE, 



165 



MYEKS, PHILIP 



Muse, , resigns command, 5. 132, 

135. 
Muse, Daniel, discharged by Prov. 

Cong., 10. 524. 
Muse, HepX.n, fined, 9. 652. 
Muse, James, in militia, 22. 412. 
Muse, James, to be arrested, 10. 940. 
Muse, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 451. 

Muselboch, , 22. 463. 

Musgrove, John, road coms'r, 23. 220. 
Musgrove, Mary, land grant to, 4. 884. 
Musgrove's, Henry, bill for public 

buildings at, 19. 270. 
Musgrove's Mill, 15. 104, 105, 108. 

Tories at, 22. 190. 
Mushaw, J no., army rank, 10. 1117. 

Musheo, , law suit, 2. 93. 

Mushrad, John, petitions on county 

bounds, 9. 633-635. 
Musicl<, Massey, dismissed by court, 

2. 671. 
recognizance continued, 2. 663. 
Muskets. See arms and ammunition. 
Muskingum (Mushingum) River, 5. 

465. 
town on reserved for Indians, 17. 

457. 
Muskinock, Geo., army rank, 10. 1120. 
Muslenwhite, Leonard, exempted, 4. 

143. 
Musley, Mr., 17. 129. 
Musquanconocah, signs Indian treaty, 

10. 515. 
Muss, George, army pay, 17. 231. 
Musselwhite, Millen, pensioner, 22. 

76. 
Musselwhite, Nathan, pensioner, 22. 

76. 
Mustees, act for tax on ment'd, 2. 

192. 
baptized 2. 332; 7. 522. 
petition for repeal of tax on, 0. 

982-983. 
Muster, Jnc, army rank, 10. 1118. 
Muster rolls, asked for from U. S., 

24. 789. 
ordered to be prepared, 21. 867. 
to be collected, 21. 313, 339, 348, 

650, 651, 669, 670. 
Muster rolls of militia, act to collect, 

24. 679-80. 
asked for, 17. 108. 
Muster Rolls of Rev. troops, wanted, 

20. 604, 614, 615-616, 630, 749, 761. 
Muster tragedy, O. 657. 
Musters, act on 23. 518-22, 596-601, 

760-1, 764, 765. 940-1, 944; for tax 



on, 23. 106-107, 334, 526. 
exemptions, 24. 3, 115, 193, 361, 413, 

711, 813, 25. 334. 
general, ordered, 5. 492. 
provision for, 24. 1, 114, 191, 336. 
359, 361, 364, 384, 413, 414, 710-11, 
713, 947-8; 25. 50-1, 105-6, 108-9, 
334, 337. 
See also Militia. 
Mustisiqua, Indian, 11. 165, 199. 

talk of at Indian Cong., 1 1 . 186. 
Mutch, Martin, land grant to, 4. 886. 
Muter. See Mutter. 
Muter, Col., 14. 527. 
Mutiny, act on, 23. 442; should be 
put in. force, 5. 497. 
against C. C, 10. 836-837, 852-855, 

884, 895, 970; 17. 21. 
at Halifax threatened, 11. 520-521. 
bill for punishment of, 5. 672, 673, 
674, 675, 687, 712, 713, 716, 718, 
719, 721, 734. 
in N. C. Line, 19. 957. 
in Wilmington, 10. 684; 11'. 330 
militia, 22. 1039-40. 
of troops in Va., 5. 136, 137. 
Mutiny and desertion, act to prevent, 

25. 338-41. 
Mutter. See Muter. 
Mutter, Thos., in militia, 22. 163. 
Mutter, Thos., takes oath, 22. 176. 
Mutter, Thos., town coms'r, 24. 878. 
Mutton and Cheese, 2. 783. 
Muzzell, Wm., payment to, 21, 167, 

179, 192. 
Muzzle, Wm., allowance to, 20. 590. 
Myat^ John, militiaman, 9. 344, 689. 
Myat, Mark, witness, 10. 931. 
Myatt, John, horseman, 15. 509. 
Myatt, Mark, lieut. of horse, 15. 509. 

resigns as J. P., 21. 365 
Myatt, Wm, allowance to, 22. 863. 
Mychell, Jo, examines Heath patent, 

1. 13. 
Myer, Rev. Mr., admonishment need- 
ed by, 0. 222. 

Myers, , in Assem., 20. 83. 

Myers, Lieut., court martialed, 12. 

485 
Myers, E. W., draws map 6f N. C, 

in 1783, 18. 497. 
Myers, Jacob, army pay, 17. 229. 
Myers, John, in army, 13. 517. 
Myers, John, pensioner, 22. 76. 
Myers, Matthew, in militia, 22. 379. 
Myers, Philip, army pay, 17. 232. 
army rank, 10. 1118. 



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Mye,-j, Wm., army pay, 17. 233. 

firmy rank, 16. 1118. 
Myham, Wm., army pay, 17. 229. 
Myhan, Wm., army rank, 16. llKi 
Myhand, James, court to be heid at 

Irouse Of, 24. 642. 
Mylare (Mylene), Robert, goods of to 

be sold, 12. 217, 398. 
Mylne, George, allowed to dispose of 

effects, 10. 972. 
• bailed, 10'. 560. 
loyalist, 10. 602. 
on S. C. of Wilmington Dist, 10. 

215. 
salt of impressed, 18. 404, 405. 
Mylne, Robert, discharged from Prov. 

Congress, 10. 521. 
Mylner, George, petitions for new 

charter, 9. 79-80. 
Myre^ Henry, army rank, 16. 1116. 
Myres, Davd., army rank, IB. 1118. 
Myrick, George, resigns as J. P., 18. 

83, 88, 320. 
MyrickJ James, army pay, 17. 231. 
Myrick, James, ensign, 10. 944. 

resigns as ensign,' 10. 975. 
Myrick, Jolin, lieut., 10. 965. 
Myrick, John, petitions on need of 

money, 7. 866-867. 
Myrick, Moses, in militia, 22. 372. 
Myrick, Moses, pensioner, 22. 75. 
Myrrick, Ricfid., quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Myrtlewax, to be rec'd for taxes, 23. 

782. 
Myson, Zaolil., army rank, 16. 1121. 
Mystick River, 9. 1232. 



N 



N G., threatened with blockade, 14. 

497. 
N. River, 26. 356. 
Nabson, Francis, quit rents of, 22. 

242. 
Naches District, 18. 493. 
Naderill's Point, 15. 628, 

See also Haddrell's Point. 
Nahordakha, fort, captured, 2. 36. 

See also Nohoroco. 
Nahasuke, fort, taken, 2. 38. 
Nahunty (Naw/hunty) church, 5. 1181. 
Nail, John, petitions on county 

boundb, 9. 633-635. 
Nail, Richard, exempted, 9. 146. 
Nail, Thomas, army pay, 17. 235. 



Nailor, Joshua, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Nails, bounty for, 10. v. 
lack of, 1. 630. 

manufacture encouraged, 10. 216. 
scarcity of, 24. 19. 
Nalnce, John, land lapses, 2. 426. 
Nairn, Lieut., and parole, 14. 611. 
Nairn, John, a J. P., 4. 47 
Nairn, John, quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Nairn, John, quit r^nts of, 22. 245. 
Nairn, John, quit rents of, 22. 246. 
Nalrne, (Nairn) John, juror, 2. 473. 
land asked, 2. 282; grant to, 4. 

69. 
deposition examined, 3. 248; on 

blank patents, 3. 221. 
messenger of Assembly, 3. 288, 290. 
surety, 2. 475. 

tried for misdemeanor, 2. 646, 652, 
662, 671, 700, 705, 714, 820, 822. 
Nairne, John, to Gates on parole, 14. 

719. 
Nairne, Thomas, estimates cost and 
prepares Indian expedition, 1. 
822, 823. 
in S. C. Assembly, 1. 897. 
messenger to council, 1. 823, 825. 
on committee, 1. 823. 
Nalry, Mr., judge in Tenn., 22. 800. 

See also Macnary, John. 
Naked Creek, 25. 50, 51. 
Nail, Mrs., 16. 211. 
Nail, John, a J P., 23. 993 
Nail, Wm., act for him to collect ar- 
rears of taxes, 24. 945-6. 
bill to collect taxes, 20. 166, 174, 

177, 186, 276, 342, 353, 459. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 39, 46, 49. 
memorial, 21. 298, 302, 320, 633, 644, 

648, 654. 
owes State, 21. 1079. 
Nally, James, deserts Br. and returns 

to N. C, 22. 959-60. 
Nsmes, act to alter, 24. 539, 640-1, 
857-8, 939; 25. 13, 30-1, 101. 
bill to alter, 21. 800, 820, 826, 988, 

992, 993. 
lists of, 1. 392-438, 442-456, 478-490, 
493-496, 520-525, 531-535,' 548-551, 
561-566, 566-568, 573-596, 604-613, 
617-627, 649-656. 
of inhabitants on Neuse River, 1. 

820. 
of rebels, 1. 776-777, 778. 
persistence of in N. C, 26. iii. 

Nan, , a negro, 10. 575. 

Nanachucket, quarrel over lands at. 



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22. 995. 
Nance, Mr., on com. of Assem., 18. 

15. 
Nance, Geo., moderator, 5. 1182. 
Nance, James, Sr., pensioner, 22. 78. 
Nance, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 161. 
Nance, Rich'd, takes oath, 22. 174. 
Nancy, brig, 11. 687. 
Nancy, schooner, 13. 373. 
Nancy, fitted out in Newbern, 11. xx. 

takes prizes, 11. 778-779. 
Nandermuden, Thomas,, commends 
Adams, 1. 728-729. 
See also Vandermulen. 
Nangle, Michael, in militia, 22. 416. 
Nanhare, Capt., court martialed, 12. 

486. 
Nann, Drury, army pay, 17. 235. 
Nann, Nathaniel, army pay, 17. 236. 
Nannes (Nantes?), admiralty of, 17. 

620. 
Nanpelt, John, felon, 8. 143. 
Nansemond (Nanzemond, Nansmond, 
Nancymond) Co., Va., 1. 385; 2. 
128, 731, 746; 3. 48; 6. 573; 9. 
1235, 1236. 
and boundary surveys, 1. 641, 645, 

647. 
boundary of Coxe patent, 1. 528. 
Br. in, 14. 723. 
Clarendon Co. settlers remove to, 1. 

X, 160. 
order to surveyor concerning In- 
dians, 1. 615. 
Quakerism in, 2. 153. 
S. C. of mentioned, 9. 1164. 
sheriff seizes tobacco, 2. 762; sends 
procla. to N. C, 1 . 518 ; to be care- 
ful on boundary, 1. 460. 
tithables in 1756, 5. 656. 
Tories join Br. in, 15. 560. 
witnesses on boundary examined in, 
1. 676-677. 
Nansemond Indian Town, 1. 740, 743. 
Nansemond Indians, encroachments 
on, 2. 499-500. 
King of sends son to be educated, 1 . 

81V. 
survey puts them in N. C, 3. 89. 
Nansemond Rtver, 1 700; 10. 1027; 
15. 301. 
a converging point for N. C, 3. xviii. 
almost taken into N. C, 2. 749. 
boundary of Norfolk Co., Va., 1. 14. 
Br. on, 15. 112. 
free landing on wanted, 2. 762-763. 



grant to inhabitants of, 1 . 17. 
lack of free port on, 2. xv. 

Nantes (Nantz), France, 11. 398; 13. 
203, 477; 14. 35; 6. 764, 937, 938; 
17. 501, 541; 18. 509; 22. 893. 
Edict of, 6. 18, 221 ; revoked, 8. 728. 
tobacco to be shipped to, 11. 436. 
trade with, 11. 526, 735. 

Nantucas, send war message to Cher- 
okees, 10. 773-4, 776-9, 780. 

Nantucket, exports to stopped, 10. 68. 

Napier, Lieut., wounded, 10. 395. 

Naples, Thos., Jr., bill to vest land in, 
21. 116, 122 (?). 

Narramore, Ed., in militia, 22. 374. 

Narrick, Andrew Z., petitions for di- 
vision of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 

Narrow Guage R. R., 8. 754 

Narrows, The, 23. 102. 
inspection at, 23. 641, 792; 24. 581; 

25. 313, 379. 
vessels sunk in channel of, 14. 213. 

Narrows, the, Currituck, 2. 679. 

Narrows, the, N. Y., 10. 733. 

Narrows, of Pasq. River, inspection at, 
23. 641, 792. 

Narrows of Perquimans River, 1. 523. 

Narva, 8. 84. 

Nary, Nicholas, assaults Ash, 2. 906. 

Nasengill, William, petition on sepa- 
ration, 22. 705-12. 

Nash, , appears as counsel before 

council, 7. 274. 

Nash, Mr., 8. 209. 

Nash, Mr., 13. 448. 

Nash, Mr., lays letter of Martin before 
S. Com., 10. 431-432. 

Nash, Mr., secures attachment against 
Dobbs, 9. 996. 

Nash, Misses, 16. 598. 

Nash, Adjutant, 7. 707. 

Nash, Capt., a prisoner, 14. 817. 

Nash, Col., 9. 307, 356; 11. 303; 15. 
682. 

Nash, Lt. Col., president of ct. mar- 
tial, 8. 594. 

Nash, Sergeant, ordered to Ft. Cum- 
berland, 6. 242. 

Nash, Abner, 11. 650; 13. 35; 14. xvi, 
128, 348, 377, 378, 409, 417, 432, 
433, 460, 465, 471, 475, 476, 580, 
581, 615, 623, 636, 751, 804, 827; 
15. iii, vi, vii, 112, 113, 140, 145, 
176, 179, 419, 517, 524, 600, 
665, 737, 739, 776; 16. ix. 15, 23, 
89, 171, 387, 459, 547, 569, 613, 735, 
789, 824, 949, 958, 1199; 17. vii. 



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689, 699, 772, 784, 785, 810; 18. iii; 
19. 336, 399, 668; 20. 585; 22. 
542, 1044; 24. 314, 344, 358, 379, 
380. 

act to vest lands in, 24. 285-7. 

active, 14. 769. 

addresses to and from Assem., 17. 
636, 637, 638, 641, 642, 643, 649, 
653-654, 655, 706, 716-720, 724, 
726, 728, 731, 732, 738, 740, 796, 
797, 802-803, 807, 880-883, 885-886, 
889-890. 

allowance to on salary, 13. 912. 

and proceedings of council of State, 
15. 417-418. 

Armand to on money for troops, 
14. 831-832; on movement of 
troops, 14. 835-836. 

asked to report on public affairs, 
17. 843. 

assaulted by Blount, 12. 307, 308. 

at council of war, 7. 842. 

attachment by discussed, 9. 1070; 
against Dobbs estate, 9. 1210. 

author of hand bill of Craven, S. C, 
9. 1155. 

Benbury to on Blount affair, 15. 
142; on Br. invasion of N. C. and 
Va., 15. 128-9, 137; on refusal of 
militia to march, 14. 850-851. 

bill to enable him to collect and pub- 
lish laws, 17. 348; 20. 65. 

Blount to on defeats of Tories, 15. 
6-7. 

Bd. War apologizes to, &c., 14. 475- 
476, 482; on aid to Va., 14. 436; 
on Br., militia, Tories, &c., 14. 
457-459; on invasion of Mecklen- 
burg, 14. 397; on movement of 
troops, retirement of Sumner, &c., 
14. 434-435; on need of salt, 14. 
472-474; on public affairs, 423-424; 
on regiment for Davie, drafts, &c., 
14.471-472; on route of Gates, &c.! 
14. 395-396; on supplies for 
troops, 14. 380; on troops and 
power of Board, 14. 406-7, 480-483. 

bond in name of, 1 5. 125, 126. 

Bordeaux's petition to on exchange 
of prisoners, 15. 158-160. 

Boyd to on supplies for prisoners, 

14. 834, 835. 

Brice to on flag, 22. 525. 

Brown and others to on exchange, 

15. 150, 154-155. 

Brown to on bounty, 14. 847; on 
militia, 14. 851. 



Buford to on Gerard, 14. 812-813. 

Burgwin to on flag for Mrs. Mercer, 
15. 20-21. 

Burke to on European intervention 
and its dangers, 15. 773-775. 

Butler to on De Treville, 15. 165; 
public affairs, 2. 1023. 

buys at Martin sale, 22. 880, 881, 882, 
883, 886, 887. 

calls Assem., 14. 876; 15. vi; Bd. 
War to Halifax, 14. 738. 

candidate, 10. 826. 

Carnett to on condition of Br. pris- 
oners, 14. 846-847. 

Caswell to, 14. 863; on Henry's let- 
ter, 11. 452, 718; on his dismissal 
from command of militia and res- 
ignation from Board of Trade, 1 5. 
131; on military affairs, 15. 439; 
on movements of army, 14. 841- 
842; 15. 19; on movement of 
troops, supplies, &c., 14. 828-829; 
on movement and condition of 
troops, 15. 10-12; on rendezvous- 
ing of militia, 15. 389-390. 

Caswell (W.) to on movements of 
troops, &c., 15. 404; on move- 
ments of Br. and defeat of Buford, 
14. 832-833. 

Cochrane and Winslow to on Cum- 
berland militia, 15. 79-80. 

code coms'r, 23. 987. 

Cogdell to on flags and prices, 22. 
522; on priz(5s by privateers, 15. 
68-69. 

Colston to on trade with W. I., 14. 
299-301. 

comr of trade, etc., 18. 650, 658, 659, 
660, 661, 681-682, 683, 692, 772; on 
capital, 18. 804. 

commissions Devane, 15. 785, 787. 

committee to settle accounts of, 16. 
51, 55; 19. 26, 112, 113. 

complains that governor's powers 
are given to Board of War, 17. 
718-720, 732, 740-741. 

contributes to fortifications, 1 5. 216. 

Council of War reports to on Blount, 
22. 529. 

Craig to On Amer. cruelty, 22. 
1023-5. 

criticised by Drayton, 15. 512. 

Davidson to on movements of Brit- 
ish, 15. 127-128. 

dead, 18. 78, 113, 312, 340, 793, 794, 
795. 

declines to serve in C. C, 12. t. 



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demands remounting of guns, 9. 
xxxvi. 

dispatches to, 22. 545. 

Dry to on Gibbs, 15. 155. 

Eaton to on bond, &c., 14. 844; on 
Buford'B defeat, 14. 844. 

extracts from papers of, 15. 423. 

fortifies Neuse River, 10. 351. 

Gates to on arms for militia, 1 5. 79 ; 
on provisions, 15. 3-4, 17-18. 

Gibbs to on commission in Hyde Co. 
militia, 15. 97-98. 

goes to R. I., 16. 941. 

Gorman to on prizes and privateers, 
15. 71-72. 

governor, 14. x; 17. 798, 885; 19. 
409, 420, 422, 733, 752. 

grants warrants to Cleveland, 17. 
406-407. 

Gregory to on Br. invasion of Va., 
15. 149, 156, 157; on condition of 
troops, 14. 842. 

Harrington to on Wilson, 15. 155- 
156. 

Hawkins to on impressing wagons, 
15. 63-64; on land grant, 14. 836; 
on movement of troops, &c., 15. 
487-488; on supplies, 14. 839-840; 
on provisions, movements of Br., 
&c., 14. 863-864; on public af- 
fairs, 16. 478-480, 942-943. 

Hicks to on prisoners, 15. 63. 

Hinton to on money, 14. 860. 

Hooper to on movements of Br. and 
prospects, 14. 843-844. 

Howe to introducing Greene, 22. 
527-8. 

Hughes to on arrests for Toryism, 
14. 870-873. 

Huntington to on Br. abuse of clear- 
ances, &c., 15. 154; on privateer- 
ing, 15. 405. 

In Assembly, 6. 1168, 1169, 1254, 
1307, 1317; 7. 66, 76; 8. 106, 107, 
310, 320, 326, 333, 335, 338, 386, 393, 
407, 426, 434; 9. 139, 148, 149, 187, 
188, 204, 223; 12. 442, 843, 872, 
880; 13. 625, 641, 662, 678, 690, 
697, 708, 709, 712, 715, 825, 846, 
852, 853, 854; 16. 1, 26, 51, 68, 70, 
96, 127, 147, 148; 17. 265, 266, 
279, 304, 307, 312, 327, 328, 349, 
351, 357, 365, 368, 387, 394, 395; 
19. 13, 18, 20, 34, 69, 70, 72; 19. 
380, 395, 408, 412, 416, 513, 516, 
575, 576, 585, 588, 594, 601, 605, 
607, 613, 622, 643, 657, 671, 675, 



676, 688, 718, 722, 731, 732, 736, 
742, 759, 765, 773, 824; 20. 4, 6. 
34. 

in C. C, 12. 602, 608, 718; 13. 102; 
16. 90, 95, 148, 783, 959; 17. 139, 
310, 318, 330, 856, 870, 941, 970, 972; 
18. 78, 232, 312, 340, 747, 759, 778, 
783, 19. 57, 59, 136, 152, 245, 269; 
20. 29, 42; resigns from Cont. 
Cong., 12. 625, 626, 634, 711, 721, 
728, 730. 

in Prov. Cong., 9. xxxi, 1026, 1042, 
1049, 1179, 1180, 1181, 10. 166, 
501, 505, 523, 585, 915. 

introduced to Hancock, 1 1 . 565. 

Jefferson furnishes lead to, 14. 439; 
to on Cherokee outrages, 15. 47- 
48; on irregularities of Va. 
troops, 15. 48-49; on land claims, 
22. 521-1; on war post, 14. 852-3. 

Jones to on Br., 19. 883; on capture 
of Br. fleet, &c., 15. 121-122; oa 
movements of Br., 15. 424; on 
movements of troops, 15. 663; on 
public affairs, 15. 113-14. 

judge, 22. 907. 

Kinchen to on horses and lands, 

14. 828. 

Kirkpatrick to on arms, &c., 22. 

535. 
Lakey to on Seawell's letter and 

money for troops, 15. 15. 
LaLuzerne to on duties of French 

consul in N. C, 14. 797. 
law suit of, 8. 185. 
lays embargo, 22. 524-5. 
Leech, Green and Coor to on pay for 

services, 14. 841. 
Leech to on money for troops, 15. 

67; on supplies from W. I., &c., 

15. 69-71 

letter ment'd, 22. 537. 

letters to Lincoln ment'd., 15. 25-26. 

Lillihgton to on foraging, 14. 837- 

838; on need of money, 14. 859. 
Little to on money for troops, 14. 

862. 
Long to on Dunn, 14. 862; on 

money, 14. 866; and supplies, 14. 

845, 846; on parole of Jones, 15. 

152-153. 
McKenzie to on drafts and money, 

22. 521; on Martin Co. draft and 

volunteers, 14. 838-839 
mad over powers of Board of War, 

15. vii-viii. 
major in Reg. campaign, 22. 872. 



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Mallett to on back country reports, 

14. 861; on provisions for troops, 

15. 64. 

Malmady to on command of Light 
Horse, 22. 528. 

marriage at home of, 9. 1132. 

Martin and Benbury to on ordering 
out militia, 15. 59-60. 

Martin to on Br. invasion of Va., 1 5. 
136-137; on criticisms of, 10. 271- 
272; on public affairs, 15. 150- 
152; on sale of confiscated prop- 
erty for delegation in C. C, 16. 
333. 

Morgan, to on his commission as 
clerk, 14. 845. 

Mountflorence to on commission for 
self, 15. 80-81; on Meres, 15. 75- 
76. 

Murfree to on Br. invasion of Va. 
and aid to from N. C, 15. 138, 
143-144; on impressments, 22. 535- 
6; on provisions and stores, 15. 
521. 

obtains judgment, 24. 224. 

Olyphant to on public affairs, 19. 
881-882; on surrender of Br., etc., 
15. 661-662. 

on com. of assem., 8. 270, 288, 306, 
308, 309, 315, 393; 9. 105, 139, 141, 
152; 12. 17, 222, 401, 788, 790, 846, 
847, 848; 13. 535, 540, 542, 543, 
567, 586, 599, 627, 630, 635, 638, 
639, 640, 657, 659, 668, 675, 676, 
678, 679, 691, 692, 706, 710, 827, 834, 
835, 838, 839, 846, 847, 850, 926, 
930, 940, 944; 16. 31, 32, 38, 43, 44, 
59, 60, 101, 104, 108, 118; 17. 268, 
269, 276, 320, 364, 374, 376. 

on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. xvii- 
xviii, xxiii, 173, 192, 504, 506, 507, 
515, 519, 522, 524, 552, 567, 918, 
919, 924, 925, 954, 973. 

on Prov. Council, 10. 214, 283, 349, 
470. 
on S. C. of Craven, 9. 1144, 1237. 

opposes bills, 17, 144; general en- 
gagement, 15. ix. 

orders horses of Tories to be seized, 

15. 627; movements of militia, 

16. vii. 

owes state, 21. 1070. 

papers of to be examined for muster 

rolls, 21. 348. 
Pasteur to on privateers, etc., 15. 

78. 
Patin to on his health, 15. 22-23. 



payment to ordered, 16. 160. 
petition and bill to vest lands of 

Fanning in, 13. 830, 831-832, 848, 

856, 857, 858, 860, 861, 865, 878, 

886, 887, 898-899, 921, 938, 941, 949, 

950, 951, 952, 953, 954, 964, 977, 

978, 990-991, 993. 
petition of executor, 21. 810, 977, 

978. 
petition to from Carteret Co. on 

use of Carteret militia, 15. 146- 

147. 
plots against Davis to get his prop- 
erty, 16. 596-599. 
proc. forbidding exportation of 

provisions, 15. 5-6. 
promoted maj., 7. 833. 
Purcell to on depreciation of bills 

and Tories in Beaufort, 15. 15-17; 

on plundering of public property, 

etc., 15. 13-15. 
quoted, 15. iv; on Camden, 15. 65; 

on privateering, 15. viii. 
recommends McCartney, 9. 61-62. 
regulators' entry on causes of, 8. 

239. 
Rinquenoire to on dispatches, 15. 

662; 19. 882. 
Russell to on Hyde Co. draft, 15. 

22. 
Rutherford to on money, 14. 843. 
Rutledge to on fall of Charleston 

and condition of S. C, 14. 819- 

820; on movements of Br., etc., 

14. 821-824. 

Salter to on movement of troops, 

15. 97. 

Seawell to on bounty for troops,. 
15. 8-9, 15. 

should be proscribed, 10. 98. 

signs acts as speaker H. of C, 24. 
42, 153, 313; act on treason and 
Tories, 11. 773; Craven address 
to friends of liberty, 9. 1026-1027; 
resolutions on resignations of of- 
ficers, 11. 808. 

Simpson to on Pitt Co. troops, 15. 
19. 

Smith to on Br. invasion of Va. and 
N. C, 15. 129-130; on flag of truce 
for Bogg, 15. 129. 

Spaight to on movements of British, 
15. 9-10. 

speaker of House of Commons, 11. 
xix, 454, 456; 12. 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, 12, 
13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23^ 24, 
.25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 34, 35, 36, 



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171 



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37, 38, 40, 42, 43, 45, 49, 50, 54, 
56, 57, 58, 60, 61, 62, 63, 65, 6b, 
68, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 
79, 81, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 
90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 
101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 108, 
1-10, 111, 114, 116, 118, 119, 120, 
121, 122, 123, 125, 126, 127, 128, 
129, 131, 136, 137, 138, 140, 142, 
143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 152, 
153, 154, 156, 158, 159, 160, 161, 
162, 164, 170, 171, 172, 174, 176, 
182, 183, 188, 190, 191, 192, 194, 
195, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 206, 
208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 214, 216, 
217, 218, 222, 225, 226, 227, 228, 
231, 232, 234, 235, 242, 243, 244, 
245, 246, 250, 251, 256, 257, 258, 
259, 260, 261, 266, 267, 269, 270, 
271, 273, 274, 275, 276, 278, 280, 
284, 285, 287, 289, 290, 291, 293, 
298, 300, 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 
306, 311, 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 
319, 320, 321, 324, 325, 327, 328, 
329, 336, 338, 339, 342, 343, 348, 
350, 351, 352, 356, 358, 360, 361, 
364, 365, 367, 368, 371, 372, 373, 
374, 375, 377, 379, 381, 385, 386. 
387, 393, 394, 397, 398, 400, 401, 
403, 405, 406, 414, 415, 419, 420, 
426, 431, 434, 438, 445, 447, 448, 
449, 450; 19. 371, 373. 

speaker of Senate, 13. 855, 856, 907: 
15. 196 

spokesman on matter of cannon, 10. 
41-42. 

Stanley to on horses, 14. 850. 

Steuben to on troops, 22. 536. 

stops attacks of Davis on Chario.', 
13. 430. 

S-imner to on his movements. 1 5 
73, 78-79; on his relations to Cas- 
well, 15. 429, 430; on provisions 
and answer, 14. 770-771; on nro- 
visions and movements of troops, 
15. 410-411; on suffering of pris- 
oners in Charleston, 15. 403-404 

surety, 7. 847; 10. 988. 

thanked and declines renomina%on 
for gov., 17. 802-803, 805-806, 8S4, 
885-886, 888, 889-890; for service 
as speaker, 12. 451. 

to on case of prize brig Han- 
over and public affairs, 1 1 . 719- 
720; to on public affairs, 11. 453. 

to arm vessels, 10. 352. 



to assembly on ordering out mili^'ia, 

15. 214; on provisions, 15. 76-77: 

on supplies for So. Army, 14. 806; 

on threatened invasion of N. C. 

and the Board of War, 15. 225- 

229. 
to Burke on public affairs, 11. 801. 
to Caswell on movement of troops, 

15. 479-480. 
to com. of Assam, on magazine and 

French fleet, 15. 68. 
to Cont. Cong, on condition of S. 0., 

14. 824-825; on position of Char- 
leston, 14. 802; on public affairs, 

15. 1-3. 

to delegates in C. C. on conduct of 
militia at Camden, 15. 60. 

to forward letters, 15. 388. 

to Gates on Armand, 14. 595; on 
empty treasury, 14. 702; on plun- 
dering by troops, 14. 602; on 
Southern campaign, 14. 504-50?; 
on supplies for troops, etc., 14. 
513-514. 

to Gen. Assem. on Malmady .ind 
Light Horse, 22. 778. 

to Hill declining to serve as dele- 
gate to C. C, 13. 402. 

to Huntington on movements of Br. 
and difficulties of N. C, 15. 98- 
100. 

to make arms, 10. 354. 

to report on accounts, 17. 938. 

to ship goods for arms and ammuni- 
tion, 10. 288, 292, 353. 

to Sumner on case of Jones, 15. 466. 

to visit S. C. and confer with S. 
Com., 10. 470, 472. 

to Washington on army and prison- 
ers, 15. 176-177. 

trustee of Queen's College, 8. 487; 
25. 519c; of school, 13. 809; 24. 
297, 607; of town, 24. 610. 

Wade to on Tories, rioters, courts 
and British, 14. 865-6. 

Walker to on Tories, etc., 14. 853- 
854. 

White to on representation in C. C, 
18. 570-571. 

Williams to on Bi-. movements and 
Col. Armand, 14. 829-830; on court 
and domestic affairs, 15. 77; on 
his transfer to corps of invalids, 
15. 12-13. 

Woodford to on forwarding letters, 
15. 7. 

Young to on money for troops, etc., 



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172 



NASH, FRANCIS 



14. 831; 15. 23. 

Nash, Mrs. Abner, 14. 844, 864; 15. 
10, 15, 17, 77, 114, 155, 165, 661, 
663; 16. 480, 596, 597, 943; 19. 
881, 883; 22. 522. 
widow of Dobbs, 9. 1070. 
Nash, Abner, Jr., 16. 597. 
Nash, Caleb, accounts of, 19. 326. 

major, 10. 204. 
Nash, Clem, 22. 522. 
Nash, Clement, army record, 13. 480. 
lieut, 10. 559. 
to Caswell on dispatches from C. C, 

15. 350-351. 

Nash, E., to Martin on wives and 

children of Tories, 16. 467-469. 
Nash, Edward, asks for new county, 

9. 89-90. 
Nash, Frank, (son of Gov. N.), 15. 77. 
Nash, Francis, 7. 718; 8. 239; 10. 
358; 11. 456, 469, 583; 12. 490, 
495; 15. 682, 785, 787; 22. 115, 
118, 144, 473. 

a J. P., 6. 1008. 

ability, 15. 707. 

allowance to for holding o. and t. 
courts, 10. 953. 

appoints Crutcher an ensign, 1 1 . 
754. 

army pay, 17. 235. 

army rank, 16. 1124. 

army record, 13. 474. 

asks for inspection, 8. 80a. 

at Trenton, 11. 570. 

attorney, 7. 776. 

Bd. War to on money for provisions 
and warrants rec'd, 14. 492. 

bond of, 7. 847. 

brigade of transferred to Mcintosh, 
11. 700. 
■ building coms'r, 23. 869. 

Burke to on promotion of Hand, 1 1 . 
562-563. 

Caswell to on career of Capt. Cas- 
well, 11. 601. 

certifies to fees, 7. 780. 

clerk, 9. 298. 

colonel, 9. 298; 10. 508; 11. x. 

commands against regulators, 7. 
XXX ; troops sent to aid of Wash- 
ington, 11. 833; sent to Ga., 11. 
834-835. 

commends Jones, 8. 23. 

conduct of McRee in enlisting troops 
reported to, 12. 64, 68. 

death of, 11. 801; 13. 451. 

elected a brigadier general, 1 1 . xii. 



374, 706, 830. 

escapes regulators, 8. 242. 

eulogy on, 11. 789-790. 

fit for C. C, 10. xxxiii. 

furnishes officers to take money to 
N. C, 11. 559. 

has shoemaker ducked, tarred and 
feathered, 11. 835-836. 

helps in defense of Charleston, 10. 
xxxix. 

in assembly, 6. 1102, 1104, 1168, 1173, 
1174, 1175, 1254, 1299, 1307, 1317; 
7. 66; 9. 177, 178, 187, 188, 204, 
223, 401, 411, 425, 429, 434, 435, 
448, 469, 470, 507, 523, 540, 555, 
560, 571, 582, 589, 715, 727, 729, 
734, 735, 754, 761, 777, 782, 909, 
931, 951, 1188, 1189. 

in hattle of Brandy wine, 1 1 . 621. 

in militia, 22. 320, 321. 

in Phila., 1 1 . 512. 

in Prov. Cong., 9. 1179, 1180, 1181; 

10. 166, 167, 168, 173. 

in reserve at Germantown, 1 1 . 643, 
779, 784. 

issues rations, 22. 425, 468(?), 470, 
473. 

killed, 11. XV ; 13. 262; at Ger- 
mantown, 15. 707, 765; 22. 973. 

leaves Halifax for the North, 11. 

XV. 

left in command in S. C, 11. 704. 

It. col., 10. 187, 243. 

monument to be erected to, 11. 670; 

12. 123, 124, 278-279, 282; 13. 6, 

363; proposed and rank, 17. 1047. 
Nashville named in honor of, 24. 

616. 
on com. of assembly. 9. 530, 742, 

1198. 
on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 168, 

173, 175, 192. 
ordered north to join Washington, 

11. xili, 411-412, 705; to Billings- 
port, 11. 733; to Trenton, 11. 739. 

orders court martial, 11. 752; for 
burial of, 11. 651; payment to 
troops, 1 1 . 675 ; prisoners north, 
11. 480; to, 11. 757, 758. 

passes through Phila., 11. 593, 756.' 

protests against regulators, 8. 273- 
274. 

quoted on regulation spirit, 7. 714. 

receipts for fees, 7. 773. 

recommends Dixon, 15. 708, 709. 

reports on threatened release of 
Husband, 8. 497. 



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173 



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resolve to erect monument to, 11. 

799. 
return of troops in brigade of, 13. 

428. 
Sumner asks leave to join, 1 1 . 745. 
takes illegal fees, 7. 778, 779, 782. 
to Burke on public affairs, 11. 479. 
to command 1st regt., 10. 494. 
to Panning on regulators, 7. 710-712, 

714, 721. 
to make report on troops, .12. 33- 

34, 40. 
to Moultrie on movement of N. C. 

troops, 11. 709-710. 
to move North with troops, 15. 702. 
to Prov. Cong, on lead and prison- 
ers, 10. 923. 
to Tryon on regulators, 8. 246-247. 
to Washington on proceedings of 
field officers and court martial, 
11. 751-753. 
to Williams on notes, 9. 363. 
Tryon summons to trial of regulat- 
ors, 8. 693; on Hillsboro riots, 8. 
678-679. 
wounded at Germantown and dies, 
• 11. 644, 647, 649, 650, 654, 661, 
668, 677, 678, 779, 782. 
Nash, J., Baptist minister, 5. 1180. 
Nash, Jno., army rank, 16. 1124. 
Nash, John, in army, 15. 720. 
Nash, John, petition on C. H., 9. 806- 

808. 
Nash, Jos., army rank, 18. 1123. 
Nash, Joseph, in army, 13. 515. 
Nash, Josh., in militia, 22. 266. 
Nash, Joshua, land grant to, 4. 446. 
Nash, Josiah, in assem., 6. 1152, 1254, 

1307, 1317. 
Nash, Jostah, in militia, 22. 308. 
report on militia company, 22. 344, 
346-7. 
Nash, Mary, to Martin on wives and 

children of Tories, 16. 467-469. 
Nash, Michl., army rank, 15. 735; 16. 

1196. 
Nash, Polly, marries R. Moore, 9. 

1132. 
Nash, Richard, army pay, 17. 235. 
Nash, Sarah, to Martin on wives and 

children of Tories, 16. 467-469. 
Nash, Thos., building coms'r, 23. 683. 
dau. marries Moore, 9. 1132. 
in assembly, 21. 194, 195, 198, 234, 
238, 288, 305, 332, 346, 372, 379, 
402, 411, 432, 751, 779, 805, 872, 
873, 875, 885, 899, 930, 931, 932, 



937, 946, 953, 973, 976, 980, 982, 
1003, 1004, 1012, 1013, 1015, 1020, 
1022. 

in Conv. 1789, 22. 38, 46, 49. 

nom. for major, 21. 400, 712. 

petitions against Taylor, 21. 285, 
643. 
Nash, the, privateer, 22. 522. 
Nash (town), bill to establish, 21. 925. 
Nash Co., 8. ix; 12. 236; 13. 173, 295; 
14. 169, 196, 450; 15. 450, 456, 
582; 16. 489, 660; 18. 19, 252, 253, 
497; 19. 65, 125, 139, 180, 248, 251, 
298, 427, 433, 667, 758, 765, 766, 
774; 20. 176, 216, 227, 440, 505; 
21. 29, 43, 46, 89, 247, 250, 336, 
338, 674; 24. 227, 294; 25. 64. 

act for court, 24. 50, 64, 161; for 
poor house, 24. 738-9; for tax for 
pub. buildings, 24. 304-5, 519, 594, 
625, 767; or jurors, 24. 82-4, 273-5; 
to change time of co. ct., 24. 688- 
9, 717; to erect, 24. 134-41, 471. 

ammunition to officers of, 12. 415, 
421. 

Baptist in, 5. 1181. 

bill for public buildings, 19. 510, 
511, 521, 531, 532, 550, 579, 595; 
to defray expenses of public build- 
ings, 13. 857, 872, 878, 952, 970, 
975. 

British in, 15. 461. 

census of 1790, 26. 803-820. 

clothing for troops due from, 12. 
639, 748. 

directions to officers in, 12. 435, 439. 

draft troubles in, 14. ix-x, 319. 

horses in, 16. 558; for Long, 16. 
562. 

in Halifax dlst, 15. 377. 

members of assembly, 12. 632, 656, 
725, 764, 816; 13. 535, 630, 736, 
785, 855; 16. 2; 17. 265, 722, 795, 
826, 878, 916, 919, 18. 2, 227, 258; 
18. 1, 129, 234, 244, 400, 494, 718; 
20. 2, 120, 235, 302, 476; 21. 2, 
194, 730, 872. 

members in Conv. 1788 and 89, 22. 
3, 38. 

militia of want discharge, 22. 553; 
to be raised in, 17. 678. 

no bounty to troops, 15. 8. 

organization of troops in, 13. 159- 
160, 173. 

owes state, 21. 1068, 1076. 

petition from, 18. 407; 19. 153, 175, 
271, 272. 



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174 



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population, 18. 433. 

provisions in, 15. 476. 

resolve on qualification of justices, 

, 12. 252, 253. 
riots in, 5. lix. , 
tax in, 19. 706. 

to forward bacon for troops, 15. 493. 
Tories, 22. 731. 

troops to be raised in, 13. 411; 24. 
154. 
Nash Court House, 15. 236. 
Nash District, Caswell Co^ 25. 106. 

tax payers in, 26. 1254-1255. 
Nash Light Horse, takes Evans, 15. 

236. 
Nashons, Mr., quartmaster of hospit- 
als, 11. 445. 
Nash's Mill, milk, 7. 833; 22. 872. 
Nashville, bill for tobacco inspection, 
20. 40, 61, 78. 
known as place for assembly, 21. 
251, 282, 611, 630. 
Nashville, Tenn., 15. 100; 17. 83, 85, 
91, 428, 583; 18. 473; face 496, 
607; 20. 94, 712, 730, 760, 786, 787, 
788; 21. 443; 22. 792; 24. 567, 
765; 25. 2. 
act to establish, 24. 616-17. 
bill for warehouse in, 21. 325, 699; 
to establish, 19. 550, 551, 552, 557, 
592, 660; 20. 44, 56, 89; to inspect 
tobacco, 17. 327, 329, 342, 352, 
362. 
Byrd has lands at, 18. 190. 
court to be held in, 24. 766, 975. 
inspection at, 24. 582, 770. 
road to be cut to, 24. 786. 
Nassary (Nessary), Wm., dues from 

as sheriff, 8. 280-1; 9. 575. 
Nassau Hall, graduates McAden, 5. 

1200. 
Nassau Street, N. Y., 8. 733. 
Naswell, James, takes oath, 22. 178. 
Nasworthy, Saml., army rank, 16. 

1127. 
Natchez (Natohes), Miss., 10. 766; 
17. 84; 18. 359. 
Spanish fort at taken, 17. 524. 
Natchez District, 17. 524; 18. 493. 

and Choctaws, 18. 800. 
Natchez Indians, 7. 238. 
proposition to settle them in their 
own country again, 7. 281, 282. 
Nate, Jesse, army pay, 17. 235. 
Nathen, John, a J. P., 23. 993. 
Nation, Christopher, a J. P., 6. 799. 
exempted from pardon, 7. 851. 



judgment on, 8. 183. 
regulator, 7. 813. 
Nation (Neale?), Christopher, in as- 
sembly, 8. 107, 147, 304. 
Nation Ford, 19. 985, 990. 
Br. at, 14. 788, 789, 790. 
Nation Ford of Catawba, 14. 586; 15. 

415, 504. 
Nation Ford Road, 14. 586. 
National Debt, and imports, 17. 99, 
100. 
discussed by Morris, 16. 357-379. 
efforts to ascertain, 1 7. 431-432, 433. 
settlement of, 17. 26, 32. 
National Journal, extract from, 10. 

29-30. 
Nations, Joseph, fined, 10. 3. 
Nations, Joseph, juror, 10. 2. 
Native traders, act to encourage, 1. 

219. 
Natives, to have preference in offices, 

1. 502. 

Natnas Indians, not to be trusted, 1. 

884. 
Natt, Frederick, exempted, 6. 1299. 
Natt, Wm., 2. 777. 
Natural born subjects, Eng. act on In 

force in N. C, 23. 325. 
Natural resources, discribed by bound- 
ary surveyors, 2. 782-798. 
Naturalization, 1. 205; 7. 521, 522; 8. 
235. 
case of, 2. 462-463. 
controlled by assembly, 1. 83. 
in Albemarle, 1. 166, 169. 
in Franklin, 22. 670. 
instructions on laws for, 1 1 . 242- 

243. 
papers issued, 7. 255-256. 
petition for, 4. 494. 
right of allowed, 10. 1012. 
Naubert, James, officer, 22. 719. 
Naval office, commission of Turner as 
clerk of, 6. 566-567. 
fees, 6. 622; considered, 15. 681, 

682. 
Heron deputy to Turner, 6. 703-705. 
Neilson succeeds Martin as deputy, 

10. 263, 269. 
positions in sold, 11. 258. 
Turner made clerk, 6. 522. 
Naval officers, 23. 282. 
act on fees, 23. 107; 24. 316; 25. 
196-8, 225; to appoint and define 
duties, 24. 103-4, 107, 215-17, 401- 

2, 553-6, 893-6, 958-60; 25. 6-7, 72-3. 
address on conduct of, 13. 125. 



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appointed and instructed for N. C, 
2. 497-499. 

bills on, 19. 182, 217, 305, 307, 348; 
to amend act regulating duties of, 
etc., 17. 317, 320, 329, 350, 363, 
381, 393, 394; to appoint, 12. 56, 
59, 87, 179, 186, 196, 197, 207, 255, 
355, 370, 378, 384, 391, 394, 400, 
452; 13. 357, 575, 578, 582, 594, 
678, 687; to direct duty of, 17. 833, 
836, 837, 926, 927, 928, 930, 932; 
19. 445, 759, 780; 20. 209, 210, 
211, 222, 231, 249, 287, 390, 408, 
409, 430-431; to exclude them from 
seats in assembly, 17. 396; 20. 
91; to explain act on, 20. 576, 585, 
593; to explain duties, 21. 130, 
140, 141, 162, 171; to regulate 
duties, 19. 634, 635, 636, 637, 641, 
659, 701, 708; 20. 35, 40, 85, 90, 
106; to repeal act on, 21. 220, 225, 
277, 285, 297, 318, 591, 642, 679. 

Caswell to on exportation of grain, 
18. 566-567. 

commission of Wheatley, 1 1 . 109- 
110. 

deputies of, 7. 491. 

duties discussed, 19. 865. 

election, 12. 46, 49, 59, 62, 65, 414, 
416; 16. 35, 37, 39; for Currituck 
port, 12. 234, 235. 

fees, 3. 161, 334-335; 4. 196. 

Heron, 6. 733. 

instructed to keep account of 
money, 17. 418. 

Johnston suspended and answer, 1 1 . 
256-258. 

limitations of to hold office, 10. 
1010. 

not to sit in assembly, 22. 668. 

note on act about fees, 3. 192. 

Quince dropped, 11. 504. 

to give security, 1. 497. 

Turner, 6. 51-52, 72-73; commission- 
ed, 11. 134-135. 

Wheatly and Turner, 6. 41, 42. 
Naval powers, instructions to gov., 6. 

529-5S0. 
Naval stores, 2. 237. 

bill for inspection, 21. 124, 228, 621; 
to regulate preparation of, 8. 318- 
319. 

direct exportation to Ireland desir- 
able, 6. 1022. 

duty on, 5. xxlx, 762; in S. C, 5. 
787. 

exports, 5. xlii. 



free trade in proposed, 1. 598-599. 

Holland forbids exportation of, 10. 
70. 

inspector for, 23. 748. 

instructions to agent on, 9. 579. 

memorial on ment'd, 8. 248, 318; 
to Hillsborough on improvement 
of, 8. 186-190, 212. 

petition on, 8. 285, 442. 

production of, 5. xli. 

put among enumerated articles, 5. 
645. 

report on, 4. 5-6; 6. 1030. 

resolve of Cont. Cong, on removal 
of, 11. 754-755 ; on exportation of, 
11. 272-273. 

shipment allowed, 10. 415; not al- 
lowed, 10. 345, 355. 

to be produced, 4. 156. 

trade in discussed, S. 1031-1032, 1033, 
1034; with Portugal desired, 5. 
574. 
Navaros, Francisco, Sp. prisoner, 22. 

271. 
Nave, Teeler, Watauga to be annexed, 

10. 708-711. 
Navigation, act for co. coms'rs. to im- 
prove, 24. 674-8, 747, 810, 903; 25. 
82-3; act on, 23. 230; 24. 402-4; 
25. 194-6, 238, 263, 264, 460-1, 479; 
for Albemarle Sound, 24. 831- 
4, 965-6; for Currituck Port, 13. 
358; for Neuse River, 23. 974; on 
pilotage, 23. 858-9; 24. 124-8, 167- 

8, 218, 316, 502-8, 586-93, 658- 
61, 719, 581-3; 25. 6-7, 71-3; 
to amend by lottery, 23. 542- 
4; to appply taxes raised un- 
der act for, 23. 593; to con- 
trol of, 23. 607-11, 814; to ex- 
tend, 24. 600-3, 702-3, 720, 825, 936- 
7, 961-2; 25. 98-9, 107; to facili- 
tate, 23. 103, 111, 127, 161, 163, 
220-9, 289, 296, 338, 339, 375-8, 
384-5, 398, 438, 447-8, 475, 483-4, 
506-7, 510-11, 588-9, 622, 650-4, 667- 
72, 684-5, 745-6, 826-7; 24. 136; in 
Currituck, 23. 544; in Trent 
River, 23. 914. 

and C. C. 17, 494-495. 
Arnold to destroy, 17. 985. 
bill for ballast master, 8. 93, 117, 
119, 125; for duty on liquors for, 

9. 114, 123, 148, 164, 168, 193, 196, 
201; for improvement of, 18. 67, 
112, 114, 115, 132, 147, 204, 295, 
329, 343, 355; bill on, 6. 1105, 1108, 



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NAVY 



1109, 1110, 1111, 1144, 1159, 1170, 
1172, 1173, 1178, 1182, 1183-1184, 
1185; 19. 538, 551, 556, 558, 559, 
568, 574, 575, 580-581, 587, 589, 
591, 594, 595, 600, 601, 605, 607, 
609, 617, 633, 634, 659, 661, 662, 
695, 701; 21. 290, 313, 325, 343, 
371, 385, 667, 692, 747, 758, 760, 
766, 767, 772, 775, 782, 785, 794, 
796, 799, 804, 817, 830, 834, 856, 
895, 897, 898, 907, 910, 914, 916, 
921, 922, 926, 936, 947, 949, 955, 
956, 957, 963, 968, 971, 982, 984, 
987, 988, 991, 1000; to amend, 5. 
1004, 1005, 1006, 1008, 1009, 1010, 
1011; e. 128, 129, 131, 162, 163, 168, 
169, 171; 353, 354, 356, 358, 361, 
387, 391, 394, 395, 397, 419, 902; 7. 
562, 563, 588, 589, 593, 596,' 597, 
623, 626, 629, 668; to amend and 
continue act on, 6. 881, 882, 884, 
891, 951, 953, 954-955, 956; to 
amend at Bath and Beaufort, 6. 
184, 200; to apply money for, 6. 
850, 855, 861, 882, 884, 886, 891, 

913, 923, 928, 953, 954, 957; to clear 
river and creeks, 17. 319, 325, 
329, 350, 362; to continue act for, 
e. 1103, 1112, 1118, 1145, 1172-1173, 
1174, 1185, 1189, 1192; to facili- 
tate, 4. 240, 361, 363, 364, 375, 376, 
379, 388, 390, 391, 404, 405, 406, 
408, 505, 784, 785, 822, 830, 1324, 
1325, 1328, 1339, 1340, 1341, 1342, 
1343, 1348; 5. 511, 513, 514, 515, 
540, 543, 546, 547, 550-551, 553, 835, 
836, 839, 840, 842, 854, 855, 856, 
862, 863, 866; 6. 642, 645, 646, 647, 
650, 660, 667-668, 670-671, 675, 676, 
677, 681, 684, 690, 749; 7. 49, 50, 
51, 57, 61, 72, 74, 76-77, 84, 86, 88, 
106, 301, 305, 312, 314, 315, 317, 
338, 353, 354, 370, 382, 387, 389, 
394, 420; 8. 348, 353, 355, 359, 366, 
383, 390, 394, 404, 409, 417. 435, 
477; 9. 847, 852, 853, 861, 906, 908, 

914, 915, 916, 917, 928, 1013; 12. 
180', 184, 191, 193, 197, 198, 254, 
355, 356, 365, 370, 378, 388, 452; 
19. 182, 190, 209, 304, 307, 313, 
316, 330, 339, 414, 415, 417, 428- 
429, 430, 434, 448, 453, 462, 464, 
474, 484, 485, 726, 742, 743, 747- 
748, 763, 764, 767, 768, 771, 773, 
781, 788, 790, 791, 798, 799, 805, 
816, 818, 819, 824, 830; 20. 152, 
155, 156, 170, 176, 178-179, 182, 183, 



188, 190, 199, 242, 300, 337, 349, 360- 
361,413,415,520,530,554, 560, 565, 
577, 586; 21. 63, 67-68, 76, 80, 87, 
92, 94, 99-100, 110, 112, 117, 122, 124, 
127, 153, 154, 177; to give Co. 
Courts authority over, 20. 36-37, 
44, 64, 169, 180, 189, 259, 344, 356, 
368; to prevent injury to inland 
n., 13. 867, 875-876, 891, 951, 963, 
978; to regulate pilotage, 18. 211, 
438, 446, 448, 454, 460; to repeal 
law on, 4. 724, 725. 

Board of Trade on law to improve, 
6. 700, 703, 733. 

boat to improve, 20. 7-8. 

commissioners to report their ac- 
counts, 4. 790. 

considered, 19. 497. 

duty needed for aid of, 6. 1219, 1261. 

improvement of desirable, 6. 1090. 

note on act to encourage, 3. 193. 

objections to bill for, 7. 132. 

of N. C. waters, not as bad as re- 
ported, 4. 228. 

petition on, 9. 534; on law regulat- 
ing, 4. 506-507. 

powder money should be applied to 
need of, 4. 402. 

regulation of, 22. 52. 

report to be made on money for im- 
provement of, 6. 395. 

request for improvement of, 4. 384. 

revision of act needed, 6. 1032-1035. 

should be encouraged, 4. 1332; im- 
proved, 4. 272. 
Navigation Acts, 22. 20; 25. 148. 

alterations in discussed, 5. 416. 

broken by colonists, 2. 157. 

enlargement of suggested, 6. 1022. 

instructions on, 5. 1106; 6. 558-559, 
560. 

laws on to be enforced, 7. 95-96. 

prevent direct immigration, 5. xl. 

restrictions under, 5. xlvi. 

seizure of ship under, 8. 307-308. 

to be enforced in Carolina, 1. 704- 
705. 

to be inquired into, 1. 889-890. 

See also Commerce, Customs, Trade. 
Navit, George, regulator, 7. 737. 
Navy, act to provide, 24. 402-4. 

bill to sell vessels, 12. 154, 155, 170, 
173, 283, 317, 322, 333, 343, 382. 

Bussan wishes to enter N. C. Navy, 
22. 600. 

Caswell on galleys, 1 1 . 448. 

Caswell, the, purchased, 12. iv. 



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commissioners to fit out vessels for, 
12. 83, 94; to inquire into galleys, 
12. 39, 42, 43. 
galleys built, 11. 314, 315, 355; for 
Va. in N. C, 11. 509; use of dis- 
cussed, 11. 442-443, 635. 
inquiry into condition of galleys, 1 1 . 

438. 
letter of Va. laid before assembly 
and com. on, 12. 766-767, 822, 824. 
memorial on furnishing pitch and 

tar for, 1 . 721. 
necessity of, 18. 381-383. 
Pa. farmer fitted out, 10. 831-832. 
powers of commissary McCuUoh 

over, 5. 617-621. 
supplies to, 10. 578-579. 
vessels armed to protect trade, 10. 
572; and payment to men of, 10. 
584. 
wages in, 12. 575, 577, 678, 680. 
Navy of Un;ted States, officers of ex- 
cluded from Gen. Assem., 23. 
983. 
Nawhunty Creek, 18. 251. 
Nazareth, Pa., 5. 1157. 

settlement at begun, 5. 1145. 
Nazareth land, 5. 14. 
Nazary, Wm., agrees to disgorge fees, 

8. 521-522. 
Nazimumb Indians, 22. 734. 
Neakins, David, army pay, 17. 235. 
Neal. See Neale, Neel, Neil, Neill. 
Neal, Mr., 10. 729. 
Neal, Mr., 14. 96. 
Neal, Col., 16. 676. 
Neal, Col., aids S. C, 22. 730. 
Neal, Col., marches against Cherokees, 

10. 651. 
Neal, Maj., complaints of, 22. 550. 
Neal, Abner, a J. P., 4. 970. 
Neal, Abner, in militia, 22. 316, 317. 
Neal, Andrew, allowance to, 19. 376. 
in assem., 19. 373. 
killed, 19. 987-988. 
See also Neel, Andrew. 
Neal, Andrew, in militia, 22. 397. 
Neal, Charles, petition, 1. 421. 
Neal, Dorcas, property of, 1. 421. 
Neal, Dorkas, property of, 1. 421. 
Neal, Geo., in militia, 22. 397. 
Neal, Henry, army record, 13. 474. 
Neal, Jacob, in militia, 22. 387. 
Neal, Jas., in militia, 22. 397. 
Neal, Jno., in militia, 22. 397. 
Neal, Jno., juror, 4. 520. 
Neal, Mich., land grant to, 4. 64. 



Neal (Neale), Older, 15. 476. 
judgment suspended, 21. 104. 
owes state, 21. 1071. 
petition, 20. 542, 547; 21. 236, 595, 

601. 
Neal, Ralph, takes oath, 22. 176. 
Neal, Richard, admitted as attorney, 

5. 30-31. 
Neal, Samuel Thos.^ land grant to, 4. 

219. 
Neal, Thos., a J. P., 4. 345. 
Neal (Ne(il), Thos., bill to empower to 

keep ferry, 9. 108, 116, 117, 147, 

175, 178, 182, 186. 
boundary coms'r, 23. 842. 
Neal (Neil), Thomas, co. coms'r, 23. 

770, 803. 
Neal, Thos., gun stocker, 15. 619. 
Neal, Thos., in militia, 22. 397. 
Neal, Thomas, juror, 4. 520. 
Neal, Thos., school trustee, 8. 487; 

24. 30; 25. 519c. 
Neal, Wm., army pay, 17. 235. 
Neal, Wm., disputes of not to injure 

liberty, 10. 136: 
Neal, Wm., lieut, 10. 626, 945. 
Neal (town), 20. 653. 
Neale. See Neal, Neel, Neil, Neill. 
Neale, Mr., 8. 74. 
Neale, Mr., 22. 596. 
Neale, Mr., in assem., 20. 7, 33, 47, 50. 
Neale, Capt., 22. 522. 
escort to boundary commissioners, 

8. 673. 
goes against regulators, 8. 576; 19. 

838, 850. 
Neale, Capt., commands privateer, 13. 

418. 
Neale, Capt., in assem., 22. 480. 
Neale, Col., defeats Hook, 15. 6. 
Neale, Col., flees from S. C, 15. 258. 
Neale, Abner, buys land, 18. 195. 
Caswell to on negro, 18. 662-663. 
claims slave, 18. 623. 
coms'r to destroy certificates, 17. 

421-422. 
holds state goods, 20. 406. 
in assembly, 17. 264, 266, 284, 304, 

338, 359, 387, 391, 394, 395; 18. 

114, 181, 189, 206, 226, 228, 239, 

257, 258, 269, 284, 317, 340, 344, 

350, 357, 361, 389, 411, 420, 429, 

437, 440, 443, 477; on com. of 

assem., 17. 277, 278, 279, 314, 333; 

18. 8, 9, 30, 41, 74, 76, 103, 127, 

150, 163, 177, 235, 237, 263, 272, 

273, 283, 306, 307, 336, 349, 371, 



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178 



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386, 395. 

in Conv. 1788, 22. 1, 4, 21. 

light house coms'r, 25. 54. 

mg'r of lottery, 24. 821. 

nom. for maritime judge, 21. 386, 
399, 704, 711. 

owns marsh, 24. 825. 

reports on fraud, 18. v. 
Neale, Abner, land warrant to, 6. 77. 
Neale, Andrew, to engross bills, 12. 

205.. 
Neale (Neal), Christopher, 21. 1044. 

act for him to cut canal, 24. 634. 

allowance to, 22. 838. 

army pay, 17. 235. 

army rank, 16. 1127. 

assist, clerk of assembly, 7. 345. 

auditor of accounts, 13. 607, 734A- 
734y. 

bill to help him cut canal, 19. 584, 
593, 701. 

bills delivered to, 12. 264. 

bond as clerk of ct., 9. 1005-1006. 

buys at Martin sale, 22. 881. 

caveat against, 5. 993; 6. 342. 

claims allowed, 8. 147; 9. 224. 

clerk, 9. 298. 

clerk of court of Craven, 11. 710; 
22. 484. 

clerk of J. P.'s, 22. 432. 

commissioner on cutting canal, 23. 
685; 24. 538; on county, 24. 226; 
' on exports, 10. 473, 474; on fort, 
24. 174; on navigation, 24. 125; 
to settle accounts of N. C. and U. 
S., 12. 619. 

com. of claims to settle with, 12. 
235. 

deputy secretary, 13. 177. 

employed to revise journals of 
House,' 12. 102. 

in assem., 6. 351, 378, 379; 8. 106. 
107, 299, 301, 304, 323, 326, 330, 
335, 336, 338, 342, 343, 377, 387, 
392, 402, 406, 422, 424, 442, 444, 
445,447,453, 454, 459; 9. 117, 127, 
128, 136, 139, 161, 165, 166, 174, 
176, 195, 205, 207, 217, 218, 223, 
383, 384, 388, 390, 394, 401, 410, 
422, 432, 433, 448, 453, 457, 463, 
464, 471, 472, 478, 484, 505, 522, 
523, 542, 552, 555, 556, 587; 12. 
220. 
In Prov. Cong., 10. 91S, 915. 
insults Boyd and is arrested, 6. 935- 
936. 

judge of admiralty, 10. *34. 



land grant to, 4. 592. 
land sold to, 18. 195-196. 
memorial on school, 7. 35-38. 
not paid for engrossing bills, 12. 

450-451. 
on com. of assem., 8. 288, 308, 309, 

315; 9. 105, 141, 151, 381, 450, 451, 

500. 
on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. xxili, 

917, 918, 923, 951, 953, 965, 979, 

971, 976, 987, 1000. 
on com. to state accounts with JS. 

S., 10. 1002. 
ordered to march against Regula- 
tors, 8. 710. 
paid for taking plans of harbors, 12,. 

413, 417. 
port coms'r, 23. 827. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 235. 
recommends Mrs. Glover for pen- 
sion, 15. 188. 
register, 9. 298. 
reports flags, 16. 681; on FrensJi 

fleet, 14. 660. 
sells property of Got. Martin by 

order Prov. Cong., 22. 880-9. 
settles case of brig William, 10. 

741, 745. 
surety, 9. 592-593. 

surveys Cape Lookout Bay, 1 1 . 443. 
to certify to will, 13. 178. 
to dismiss detachment, 8. 692. 
to fit out galleys, 10. 981. 
to procure arms, 10. 524. 
to remove and care for records, 10. 

473. 
to seize and sell Martin's property, 

10. 962. 
to settle accounts of the William, 

10. 640, 702-703, 707. 
to survey Cape Fear harbor, 12. 9S. 
to take prisoners to Suffolk, 19. 

545. 
witness, 6. 341; 22. 467, 468. 
Neale, Nancy, bill to copfirm mar- 

raige, 21. 236. 
Neale, Samuel, petitions on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Neale, Samuel, witness, 6. 1057. 
Neale, Sophia, bill to vest lands in, 

21. 797, 812, 823, 958, 960, 972, 

981, 990. 
Neale, Thos., a J. P., 23. 993. 
Neale (Neal, Neill), Thos., in assem- 
bly, 8. 107, 293, 297, 299, 301, 304; 

on com. of assem. 9. 106, 141. 
Neale, Thos., land grant to, 4. 59S. 



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179 



NEGROES 



Neale, Thos., petition, 21. 757, 779, 

904, 906, 917, 934, 938, 953, 961. 
Neale, Thomas, petitions on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Neale, Thomas, recommends Mac- 

dowell, 6. 232-233. 
Neale, Thomas, register, 9. 298. 
Neale, Thos., Jr., bill to sell lands of, 

21. 797, 812, 823, 958, 960, 972, 

981, 990. 
Neale, Wm., taxable, 15. 191. 
Nealey, Samuel, asks for new county, 

9. 90. 

Nealey, Wm., asks for new county, 9. 

90. 
Neals Neck Church, 5. 1182. 
Nealuquescapquos, signs treaty, 11. 

203. 
Nealy, James, claim, 9. 486. 
Near, Allen, army pay, 17. 235. 
Nease, Geo-, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Nease, Martin, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Nease family, S. 734, 737. 
Neat, Richard, juror, 1. 567. 
Neave, John, Watauga to be annexed, 

10. 708-11. 

Necasa, point of attack, 10. 746. 
Necatee, signs treaty, 17. 586. 
Necessity Camp, 7. 995, 1005. 
Neck, the, 2. 868; 25. 264. 
Necoes, Indian plantation yisited, 1. 68. 

Nedham, , 11. 323. 

Needham, Mr., in assembly, 12. S5. 
Needham, Maj., remains in Va., 15., 

538. 
Needham, Gideon, in militia, 22. 346. 
TJeedham, John, army pay, 17. 235. 

army rank, 15. 718; 16. 1124. 

reenlists, 1 5. 749. 
Needham", Thos., army rank, 16. 1123. 
Needham, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Needham and Hind ley, memorial on 
improvement of naval stores, 8. 
186-90, 212. 
Needles, bounty for, 10. v, 217. 
Needom, Bryan, in militia, 22. 270. 
Needom, Thomas, regulator, 7. 734. 
Needom, Wm., regulator, 7. 734. 
Neel. See Neal, Neale, Neil, Neill. 
Neel (Neal, Neale), Andrew, clerk of 
Tryon S. C, 10. 162, 247, 296. 

bond as county clerk, 9. 350-351. 

on com. of cor., 9. 1073. 

on Tryon S. C, 10. 120, 162. 

signs Tryon Asso., 16. 162-16S. 

See also Neal, Andrew. 
Neel, David, petitions on land grants. 



9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-253. 
Neel, Joseph, signs Tryon Asso., 10. 

162-163. 
Neel, Thos., certifies accounts, 8. 618. 
Neel, Thos., commands troops against 

Cherokees, 22. 429. 
Neel, Thos., goes against Tories, 10. 

975. 
Neel, Thomas, petitions on land 

grants, 9.1260-1262; 11.250-252. 
Neel, Thomas, surety, 0. 351. 
Neeley, James, Jr., asks pardon for 

Hunter, 9. 86-7. 
Neeley, Thomas, asks for county, 9. 89. 
Neelley, James, asks pardon for Hun- 
ter, 9. 86-87. 
Neelley, Robert, asks pardon for Hua- 

ter, 9. 86-87. 
Neely, Alex., lieut, 10. 937. 
Neely, Henry, 5. 1207, 1208. 
Neely, Hugh, in militia, 22. 437. 
Neely, John, officer, 22. 702. 
Neely, Thomas, town coms'r, 24. J93. 
Neely's, Lick, 25. 32, 33. 
Neely's (Neeley's) Uxk, 25. 32, 33; 

visited by coms'rs, 24. 915. 
Nees, George, claim, 9. 489. 
Neese, George, pesioner, 22. 7S. 
Negative Council, evils of, 2. 630-631. 
Negotiable paper, act to make promis- 
sory notes negotiable, 23. 586-8. 
bill on, 19. 238, 243, 251, 255, 278, 

275. 
Negotiable securities, act on proceed- 
ings on, 25. 53-4. 
Negro Head Point, 6. 650, 651, 652, 

660, 661, 683, 685, 688, 694; 11. 

284; 23. 910; 24. 592. 
bill for toll road to, 6. 1230, 1280; 

on road to, 6. 853, 854, 917, 920, 

923. 
Negro Head Point road, 15. 786, 789. 
Negroe, Benj., army rank, 16. 1123. 
Negroes, absolute power of master 

over, 1. 304. 
act against trading with, 23. 868-9; 

for census of, 24. 650-1; for tax 
on, 23. 106-107, 334, 345, 526; 

in restraint of, 24. 725.-30; act 

on, 23. 62-66; to prevent thefts 
by, 24. 890-1, 956. 
allowance for execution of, 5. 982. 
allowed to vote, 1. 639. 
and.tithables, 9. 97-98. 
baptized, 1. 858; 2. 18, 153, 332; 4. 

604, 605, 608,621,793,794,795,925, 

1315; 6. 222, 729, 735, 967, 976, 980, 



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180 



NEGROES 



994, 995, 996, 1040, 1042, 1052; 7. 99, 
126, 163, 263, 424, 515, 522, 705, 
750; 8. 85, 86, 542, 553; 9. 244, 
273, 326, 10. 238'. 

bill for census, 19. 435, 454, 486, 
754, 771, 774, 797, 814; for duty on, 
19. 546; for tax on to pay for 
slaves executed, 20. 153, 158, 333, 
354; to lay tax for expenses for 
those executed, 8. 353, 355, 356, 
403, 405, 409; to prevent insurrec- 
tion of, 4. 564, 566, 568, 569; to 
prevent thefts, etc;, 20. 156, 158, 
178, 180, 187, 338, 356, 417. 

bought by Indians, 16. 924. 

brought from Nova Scotia, 17. 385, 
389. 

burned Duplin in, 22. 826. 

captured from Spanish privateer, 5. 
38. 

carried off by Hinton, 16. 78; by 
Spaniards, 4. 922; to S. C. & Ga., 
18. 935. 

census of Wilmington to be taken, 
10. 89. 

cohabits with white woman, 2. 704. 

confesses theft, 2. 650. 

cost of trials, 4. 530. 

death for killing, 3. 106. 

DeGraffenried's executed, 1 . 992. 

efforts of Br. to incite to insurrec- 
tion, 10. xxviii, XXX, 86. 

encouraged to leave masters, 10. 
112; to run to C, 1. 757. 

enlist with British, 14. 308. 

enlisted, 16. 614; in N. C, 11. 834; 
in S. C, 2. 178, 

executed, 8. 141, 142, 143; and paid 
for by State, 18. 76, 77; and pay 
asked for, 17. 278, 279, 282, 286, 
297. 

fear of, 1. 654; of insurrection 
among, 10. 118. 

free, act against stealing, 24. 220-1; 
bill concerning, 7. 565, 592, 594, 
614, 624, 653, 655, 656, 901, 946, 
953, 954; to exempt wives and 
daughters of from list of taxables, 
9. 146, 147; compelled to list 
wives, 6. 902; petition for repeal 
of tax on, 6. 982-983; vote in S. C, 
2. 903, 908. 

hired out by court, 2. 555. 

Importance of to Barbadoes, 1. 150. 

Imported, 1. 394, 436, 479, 480, 546, 
582, 618, 619, 650, 654. 

in Albemarle Cp., 1. 260. 



in militia, 22. 372. 

in Rowan, 5. 152. 

in service of U. S., 24. 221, 639. 

in 1721, 2. 419, 421. 

in Transylvania, 1 1 . 606. 

in Va. in 1708, 1. 692. 

increased importation of, 1. 691, 692, 
693-694. 

insurrections of in S. C, 11. 225- 
226, 227; in Va., 1. 886 

intermarry with white women, 5. 
295. 

join Br., 22. 593. 

killing of should be penal, 5. 497. 

landed at Jamaica, 1. 245. 

law against advised, 10. 376; 
against harboring, 1. 514, 515. 

left by Br. in Portsmouth, Va., 15. 
618. 

list of taxables in 1754, 5. 320. 

Martin denies that he was trying to 
arm, 10. 43. 

Moravian efforts for conversion of, 
5. 1153. 

need and use of, 3. xv, xvil. 

none come directly from Guinea, 3. 
430. 

not admitted as witnesses, 7. 605, 
608, 645; 23. 262, 559, 700, 882; 
24. 61; 25. 283, 445. 

not brought to N. C. direct, 4. 172. 

not confiscated, 16. 155. 

not to be carried off by Br., 16. 752, 
872, 873, 874-875, 904, 980, 17. 8, 
125, 588. 

not to vote, 2. 214. 

number, 3. 455; 4. 605, 609; 5. 
xxxix, xl-xli, 603; 6. 613, 614, 
1040; imported, 9. 279; in Curri- 
tuck, 1. 722; in N. C, 10. 46; In 
Pasquotank, 1. 720; in 1720, 2. 
396; in S. C, 5. 766; in 1755, 5. 
471, 472, 473; in 1756, 5. 570, 575; 
in Va. in 1756, 5. 564-5; of tax- 
ables, 7. 145-146, 288-289, 539; to 
be ascertained, 6. 1008. 

out number whites in Va., 10., 46. 

patrolers may shoot, 10. 87, 94. 

patrolling for considered, 5. 548. 

payment for cost of execution, 5. 
978. 

penalty for killing, 5. 1122. 

petition against as pilots, 9. 803-804; 
to prevent trading with white 
people, 9. 929. 

pirates, 2. 327. 

population, 18. 433-434, 439. 



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181 



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proposed tax on for education, S. 
144M44c. 

recovery of, 16. 996-997. 

removal to the norhtward not al- 
lowed, 15. 633. 

report on employment of as soldiers 
in S. C, 19. 911-914; on importa- 
tions of, 5. 314; on intended in- 
surrection of, to. 94-95; on num- 
ber of imports ment'd, 5. 481; to 
be made on imports of, 3. 116; 
5. 144b-145; to be made on those 
in army, 12. 539. 

returned to N. C, 17. 595-596. 

run off to British, 15. 138, 144; to 
Fla., 2. 847; to N. C, 1. 513, 514, 
515. 

school for, 6. 996. 

sent to S. C, 2. 420; to N. S.. 16. 
972 

shot by Indians, 1. 900. 

should be patrolled, 5. 299. 

sold, &c., 16. 934, 935; to French, 
7. 213. 

speak in meeting, 7. 164. 

statistics of slave and free, 26. 240- 
1313. 

stolen by British, 16. 319. 

suit for freedom by, 2. 550-551, 555, 
557. 

taken by British to N. Y., 11. 765; 
for debt, 2. 94. 

tithables, 25. 162. 

to be converted, 3. 112. 

to be armed by Br., 15. 323, 324. 

to be disarmed, 10. 25. 

to be enlisted for King, 10. 138o. 

to be imported, 3. 115. 

to be restored by Cherokees, 16. 
710; 17. 583. 

to be seized, 20. 86. 

to be sent to Urmston, 1. 772. 

to go to C, 1. 41. 

trial ment'd, 4. 460; for murder and 
condemned to be burned, 13. 375- 
376. 

trouble over, 11. 30; in S. C, 11. 

46-47. 
used against Va., 10. 714. 
value in Georgia and number carried 

off by Br., 16. 646. 
See also Free Negroes, Slaves. 
Negrove, Fredk., army rank, 16. 1123. 
Negus, Sam., in militia, 22. 263. 
Negus, 3am., in militia, 22. 266. 
Negus, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 601, 
952, 1039. 



Neighbors to N. C, reports to be made 

on, 3. 114, 115. 
Neil. See Neal, Neale, Neel, Neill. 

Neil, , Tory leader, 22. v. 

Neil, Mr., witness, 6. 1081. 
Neil, Philtp, army rank, 16. 1126. 
Neil, Thos., boundary coms'r, 24. 148; 
Neil, Thos., building coms'r, 23. 866. 
Neil, Thos., co. coms'r, 23. 803. 
Neil, Wm., lieut, 10. 320. 
Neill, Dav.d, fined, 9. 651. 
Neill, Gilbraith, pensioner, 22. 78; 
Neill, Henry, ensign, 10. 187. 
Neill, Philip, petition, 21. 745. 
jNeill (Neil, Neel), Thos., advises re- 
treat before regulators, 8. 608. 
in assembly, 8. 304, 324; 326, 338, 
344 387, 388, 422, 432, 433, 444, 
454; 9. 136, 139, 144, 145, 178, 223; 
in regulator campaign; 8. 602, 603, 
605, 606, 607: 
Neill, Wm., allowance to, 22. 849. 
NeiJII, Wm., army pay, 17. 235 
Neill, Wm., petitions for extension of 

power of J. P.'s, 7. 874-875. 
Neilson. See Nelson. 
Neilson, Mr., 9. 1004 
Neilson, Maj., corps of sent to Va., 15. 

185. 
Neilson, Archibald, appointed as naval 
officer, 11. 257; succeeds Ed- 
wards, 0. 1244. 
succeeds Johnston as deputy nav^l 
officer, 10. 263, 269-270; 15. 682. 

to on public affairs, 9. 1023- 

1024, 1082. 
to Miller on the Whigs and public 
affairs, 9. 1116-1117. 
Neilson, James, 9. 1233. 
Neilson, John, captain, 10. 518. 
Neilson, Robert, allowed to export, 10. 
686.' 
bond of to export slaves, 1 1 . 331-332. 
proposed as commissioner, 9. 423, 
544. 
Nel.lson's Ferry, S. C, 17. 1032, 1033; 
1034. 
British at, 14. 542, 
troops needed at, 14. 506. 
Neite, George, copies McGill's account 

of battle at Camden, 14. 585. 
Neithercott, Geo, in militia, 22. 263. 
Neithercott, Geo., in militia, 22. 263, 

265. 
Neithercut, Wm., army pay, 17. 235. 
Neilson. See Neilson, Nelson; 



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182 



NELSON, JOHN 



Nellson, John, Jr., appraiser, 2. 105. 
Nellson, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 

710. 
Nellson Ferry, 15. 665; 19. 885. 
Nelltown, Bladen Co., 22. 299. 
Nelly, Andrew, resurvey granted, 4. 

350. 
Nelly, Dickson, army pay, 17. 235. 
Nelmes (Nelms), Jeremiah, a J. P., 

23. 994. 

coms'r on town, 24. 773. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 191, 
193, 198, 222, 229, 252, 253, 256. 
Nelmes, Thos., 'imports cannon, 10. 

636. 
Nelmes, Wm., coms'r of navigation, 

24. 593; on school, 24. 534. 
Nelms, Priscilla, 24. 294. 

Nelon, John, land grant to, 4. 1245. 
Nelson. See Neilson, Nellson. 

Nelson, , Hepburn, & Co., petition 

for new charter, 9. 79-80. 

surrender charter of Campbelton, 9. 
270- 271. 

Nelson, , land dispute, 5. 818. 

Nelson, Mr., 10. 95. 

Nelson, Mr., 15. 571. 

Nelson, Mr., asks authority to export 

slaves, 22. 749. 
Nelson, Capt., 4. 1087. 
Nelson, Capt., 10. 943. 

commands N. C. company, 12. 472. 

orders out troops, 13. 316. 
Nelson, Col., 12. 464. 
Nelson, Maj., 14. 158; 20. 675, 676. 

a prisoner, 14. 817. 

cavalry not equipped, 15. 66. 

nominated for promotion, 15. 336. 

on court martial, 19. 909. 

on Lamb's trial, 14. 352. 

troops desert, 14. 764; in bad order, 
14. 504; in Va., 14. 583. 
Nelson, A., receives pay for soldiers, 

17. 220, 232, 249. 
Nelson, Abraham, asks for inspection, 

8. 80a. 

Nelson, Abraham, in Indian war, 10. 

759. 
Nelson, Ab'm, Tory officer, 22. 197. 
Nelson, Alex'r, 21. 808. 
Nelson, Alex., army rank, 16. 1124. 
Nelson, Alex'r, ensign, 10. 519. 
Nelson, Alex., juror, 25. 190. 
Nelson, Alexander, petition on C. H. 

9. 806-809. 

Nelson, Arthur, army rank, 16. 1126. 
Nelson, Berry, land grant asked, 4. 



706. 
Nelson, David, takes oath, 22. 503. 
Nelson, Duncan, voter, 15. 237. 
Nelson, Dunkan, in militia, 22. 422. 
Nelson, Edwd., pensioner, 22. 79. 
Nelson, Ellas, in militia, 22. 264. 
Nelson, Elizabeth, petition rejected, 

18. 26, 257. 
Nelson, Giles, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Nelson, Henry, Jr., a J. P., 22. 703. 
Nelson, James, officer, 18. 450, 459. 
Nelson, James, pensioned, 9. 131, 206, 

213, 214, 220. 
Nelson, Jeremiah, town coms'r, 25. 

33. 
Nelson, Jesse, army rank, 16. 1126. 
Nelson, Jesse, in army, 13. 512. 
Nelson, Jesse, in army, 13. 530. 
Nelson, John, 4. 1045. 
Nelson, John, 19. 957; 20. 658. 
Nelson, John, a J. P., 2. 459, 526; 3. ■ 

244, 537; 4. 47, 346. 
Nelson, John, army pay, 17. 236. 
army pay, 18. 735. 
captain, 10. 520. 
Caswell to on British at Core 

Banks, 11. 775. 
Cont. major, 22. 1049. 
deputy inspector general, 13. 899, 

901, 993. 
Nelson, John, enters caveat, 6. 632. 
Nelson, J no., in militia, 17. 1057. 
Nelson, Jno., in militia, 22. 263. 
Nelson, Jno., in militia, 22. 281. 
Nelson, Jno.^ juror, 4. 519. 
Nelson, Jno., juror, 25. 190. 
Nelson, John, land grant asked, 4. 

708; grant to, 4. 589, 801, 896, 

950, 953, 1049. 
Nelson, John, on court martial, 11. 

752. 
pay of, 18. 212. 
petition rejected, 18. 26, 257. 
prisoner, 16. 671. 
Nelson, John, petition on C. H., 9. 806- 

809. 
Nelson, John, resurvey granted, 4. 

953. 
Nelson, John, town coms'r, 25. 207. 
Nelson, John, vestryman, 2. 209. 
Nelson, Jno., vestryman, 23. 8. 
Nelson, John, vestryman, 25. 208. 
Nelson, Maj. John, 22. 122, 129, 130, 

144. 
and affairs of N. C. Line, 18. 57-58. 

59, 61-62, 375. 
Caswell to on C. of S. 20. 638 



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183 



NETHERY, THOMAS 



com'r on certificates, 18. 451, 
in Cincinnati, 17. 134. 
land commissioner, 16. 622. 
Bom. for C. of S., 18. 114, 121, 179, 

189, 340, 347, 398, 420, 450, 459. 
officer, 18. 486. 
rank, 16. 71, 576, 608, 1124. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 189, 
191, 198, 201, '204, 208, 213, 216, 
226, 229, 242, 252, 256. 
roster of cc, 16. 1012, 1028, 1041, 
1056, 1074, 1089, 1096, 1102, 1111, 
1124, 1134, 1144, 1155, 1169, 1182. 
Nelson, John, Jr., petition on C. H., 

9. 806-809. 
Nelson, Martin, juror, 8. 508; exempt- 
ed, 8. 508. 
Nelson, Robt., army rank, 16. 1124. 
Nelson, Robt., army rank, 16. 1125. 
Nelson, Robert, coms'r on boundary, 

24. 973; on salt, 25. 31. 
Nelson, Robert, in army, 15. 720. 
Nelson, Robert, in army, 15. 720. 
Nelson, Robert, petition on C. H., 9. 

806-809.' 
Nelson, Robert, Martin on misfor- 
tunes of as a loyalist, 11.. 711. 
Nelson, Robert, wagon master, 14. 

660. 
Nelson, Saml., pensioner, 22. 79. 
Nelson, Presdt. Thomas, 9. 14; 14. 
76; 15. 604. 
and battle of Great Bridge, 15. 112. 
asks food supplies, 19. 874. 
declines to command Va. troops, 14. 

61. 
examines towns in Va., 14. 688, 689, 

690. 
forms militia, 14. 723. 
location, 14. 728, 733. 
militia under, 14. 718. 
nom. for gov. of Va., 14. 309. 
officer to lead militia against Br., 

15. 130. 
plan of operation against regula- 
tors sent to, 8. 548. 
to Burke on Br. and Amer. move- 
ments in Va., 15. 641-642; 22. 
587-8; and salt, 15. 598; on his 
appointment as gov., 15. 577. 
Nelson, Thomas, land grant asked, 4. 
708; grant to, 4. 332, 589, 855, 884, 
935, 968, 1049. 
Nelson, Thomas, regulator, 8. 79. 
Nelson, Wm., army rank, 16. 1124. 
Nelson, Wm, in militia, 22. 320, 321. 



Nelson, Wm., petition on C. H., 9. 806- 
808. 

Nelson, Wm., sent as delgate to Con- 
gress, 22. 724-5. 

Nelson Ferry fort, evacuated, 15. 465. 

Nelson's Ferry, S. C, 14. 506, 542, 
553, 653; 15. 186, 277, 280, 306, 
370, 665; 19. 885; 22. 103, 134, 
777. 

Nelson's Justice, used by J. P., 23. 
346. 

Neowee, burned, 10. 884. 

Neptune, 10. 493. 

Neptune, ship, 8. 257. 

Neptune, transport, 13.' 332, 333. 

Nerley, Thos., petitions, 19. 932. 

Nero, 7. 519. 

Nervett, Thos., petition, 20. 528-529. 

jvjesbest, Mr., and Dunn case, 19. 901. 

Nesbett^ Mr., defends Dunn, 10. 676. 

Nesbett, David, juror, 22. 511. 

Nesbett, John, on Rowan S. C, 10. 
252. 

Nesbit, Alex., land grant to,-4. 219. 

Nesbit, David, nom. as treasurer, 13. 
765. 
payment to, 13. 350. 

Nesbit, John, town coms'r., 25. 33. 

Nesbi:t, John A., case of, 21. 866, 1054, 
1080. 

Nesbit, Wm., money advanced to, 10. 
254. 
on Rowan com. of secrecy, &c., 10. 
312. 

Nesbitt, David, in Conv. 1789, 22. 38, 
47, 48. 

Nesbitt, David, pay to, 22. 1014. 

Nesbitt, John, in assembly, 21. 274, 
591, 598, 625, 671, 679, 680, 694, 
696, 697, 726, 727, 729, 731, 732, 
780, 781, 799, 801, 815, 839, 845, 
846, 852, 860, 862, 867, 875, 966. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 47, 48, 50. 

Nesbutt Wm., juror, 22. 509. 

Nesby's Creek, 4. 1047. 

Nessers, Peter, petitions for new 
charter, 9. 79-80. 

Neston, Ellphas, shipmaster, 8. 545. 

Neston, James, brings suit, 10. 434. 

Netherlands, 18. 610; 20. 645, 766; 
21. 464. 
acknowledge independence of XJ. S., 

16. 440. 
treaty with, 16. 737. 757, 773, 783; 

19. 276. 
See also Holland. 
Nethery, Thomas, petition, 18. 45, 55, 



NETOP, BILLY 



184 



NEUSE 



107, 287. 

Netop, Billy, leases Indian lands, 25. 
507-9. 

Nettle, Solomon, witness, 10. 929. 

Nettles, Jesse, army rank, 16. ll26. 

Nettles, Shadrach, army pay, 17. 235. 
army rank, 16. il26. 

Neuchatel, trouble in causes loss to 
DeGraffenried, 1. 906. 

Neufvi.lle, John, prisoner, 15. 392. 

Neufvllle, John, signs letter to Sons 
of Liberty, 8. 199. 

Neufvllle, John, Jr., prisoner, 17. 1046. 

Neufvllle, William, prisoner, 17. 1046. 

Neugent, Mr., paymaster general, 5. 
447. 

Neugent, E., 22, 364. 

Neuse (Neuce, Nure), 2. 19, 22, 24; 
3. 329, 434; 11. 310, 328; 15. 559; 
17. 143. 
courts held at, 2. 458. 
sign "N." used to protect Palatines, 
1. 936, 946. 

Neuse Baptist Association, history, 5. 
1175, 1176, 1178, 1182. 

Neuse Division, 8. 711. 

Neuse Division of Tyron's army, 8. 
699. 

Neuse (Newse, Nues, Nuce, Neus) 
River, 1. 629, 990; 2. 29, 30, 46, 
66, 70, 71, 72, 172, 180, 208, 249, 
283, 288, 289, 298, 305, 309, 318, 
328, 381, 459; 3. xviii, 190, 193, 
417, 431, 578; 4. 62, 70, 71, 169! 
170, 171, 172, 208, 222, 273, 278, 
365, 374, 398, 403, 492, 510, 560, 
605, 608, 621, 632, 647, 664, 668, 
669, 671, 672, 690, 691, 756, 802, 
806, 852, 885, 893, 948; 953, 964, 
1044, 1045, 1051, 1079, 1193, 1248, 
1249; 5. xxvi, 147, 315, 333, 341, 
344, 345, 416, 439, 477, 595, 64o! 
653, 674, 715, 716, 767, 770, 811, 
827, 886, 962, 1211; 6. xxiii, xxiv, 
148, 599, 607, 608, 726, 771, 797, 
834, 877, 933, 935, 1072; 7. v, 2, 
148, 149, 432, 433; 8. 31, 376, 459, 
701, 702, 703, 711; 9. 239, 632, 640, 
692, 696; 10. xxxv, 623; 11. 310, 
311, 313, 314, 316, 328, 331, 338, 
500; 13. xi, 165, 313, 315, 320; 14. 
26, 27, 92, 96, 97, 198, 494; 
15. 639; 17. 664; 19. 838; 
20. 431; 21. 124, 228, 621, 800, 
837; 22. 94, 291, 292, 315, 431, 
449, 468, 568, 569, 756, 1025, 
23. 6, 98, 99, 164, 222, 248, 



249, 271, 292, 334, 383, 391, 397, 
469, 470, 480, 495, 506, 507, 547, 
589, 680, 804, 820; 24. 21, 247, 
334, 826, 861, 875, 930, 931; 25. 
204, 253, 358, 468. 

act for canal to, 23. 684-5; for town 
on, 25. 373-378; on fish in, 23. 
681; 24. 460, 938-9; 25. 109, 504- 
5; on navigation, 23. 974; 24. 
538, 602, 688, 720; to fix capital 
on, 23. 485. 

bill for canal to, 19. 153, 157, 163, 
273, 274, 275, 278. 283; for town 
on, 5. 1031, 1025. 1026, 1028, 1031, 
1070, 1073, 1075, 1080, 1081, 1097; 
on navigation, 19. 609, 617, 659, 
695; to appoint receiver of cus- 
toms for, 5. 879. 908-909, 910; 
to ascertain course of land, 20. 
137, 140, 144, 177, 184, 317, 320, 
351; to connect it with Old Top- 
sail Inlet, 7. 305, 306, 307, 310, 
312, 339, 368, 369, 370-1, 375, 381, 
385, 420; to facilitate naviga- 
tion of, 9. 847, 852, 853, 861, 
906, 908, 914, 915, 916, 917, 
928, 1013; to prevent destruc- 
tion of fish in, 7. 310, 315, 320, 326, 
330, 339, 378, 382, 387, 394, 397, 
406, 407, 410, 421; to prevent stop- 
page of fish in, 16. 50; 19. 25; 
20. 155, 156, 169, 179, 188, 338, 
355, 382; to repeal act on naviga- 
tion, 19. 764. 

boundary of Tuscaroras, 2. 140. 

capital to be on, 5. 573. 

character, 6. 1027-1028. 

collector on, 6. 1023. 

corn not to be exported from, 7. 
225. 

danger from Indians, 1. 843. 

difficulty of route to, 1. 899. 

Eastchurch made governor of set- 
tlements on, 1. 233. 

effects of massacre on, 1. 873, 874- 
875; of storm on, 8. 159-160. 

entrance mentioned, 1. 54. 

entrenchments on against Regula- 
tors, 8. 525. 

few settlers on, 1. 228. 

fortified, 10. 351, 557. 

French settlers on, 1. 714. 

garrison for, 2. 200. 

Gorham retreats over, 15. 627. 

grant to Crymble and Huey on, 4. 
253, 254, 255. 



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185 



NEW CASTLE CO. 



Huguenots on, 1. xi. 
Indian war on, 1. 810, 
inspection on, 25. 18, 380. 
inspector for, 23. 381. 
land on, 1. 864, 878. 
^^awson at work on, 1. 737. 
location of capital on prepared, 5. 

341-3, 344; provided for, 8. 37. 
McCuUoh lands on, 4. 162, 163; 5. 

xxxii. 
massacre on, 1. xxx, 877, 900, 934, 

946. 
missionary needed on, 4. 878. 
money lost in, 9. 872, 945. 
navigation bad, 9. 281. 
no settlers south of, 1. xv. 
number of troops at, 1. 874. 
on post route, 7. 413. 
Palatine settlement on, 1. li, 910. 
passable, 15. 632. 
petition from to Va. for aid, 1. 819- 

820, 836-837. 
proposition to fix capital on, 6. 2. 
provisions carried to, 1. 961. 
raids on, 1. 924, 956. 
settlements to be abandoned, 1. 862. 
settlers reach, 1. xi. 
Swiss propose to buy land on, 1. 
707; settlement on by, 4. 160; 
do not want lands on, 4. 157. 
treatment of Indians by people of, 

1. 927, 928, 933. 
trip of Lawson and DeGraffenrled 
up, 1. 925-926. 
Meuse River Falls, 21. 964, 968, 989, 

995, 1001. 
Neuse River Fork, 22. 29i. 
Neuse River (Neus) Indians, 1. 875; 
22. 735. 
join Tuscaroras, 1. 934, 955. 
Neuse Road, British on, 15. 626. 
Neuse section, isolation of, 8. v. 
Neuse Whll, sells land, 4. 34. 
Neustra Senora de Soledad, ship, 

wrecked, 4. 1305. 
Neuters, Horaha, In militia, 22. 353. 
Neutral Islands, trade with discussed, 

6. 1034. 
Neutral ports, act to prevent exports 
to, 25. 326-7. 
provisions not to be sent to, 5. 787. 
Neutre Islands, to be abandoned, 5. 

408. 
Nevel, Wm., building coms'r, 24. 645. 

Nevell, , leader, 1. 310. 

Nevell, Geo., building coms'r, 24. 973. 
Neven, Maurice, in militia, 22. 385. 



Nevil, Lt. Col., 12. 515. 
field officer, 12. 529, 547. 
pres. of court martial, 12. 508. 
Nevil (Nevill), Wm.,.a J. P., 23. 995. 
coms'r on building, 24. 771; on 

town, 24. 935. 
owes state, 21. 1077. 
resigns as J. P., 21. 205, 212, 580. 
Nevill, Mr., murder of family of, 1. 

826. 
NevCII, Benjamin, petitions for repeal 
of tax on free negroes, 6. 982-983. 
Nevill, brury, army pay, 17. 236. 
Nevill, Geo., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Nevill, William leader in R., 1. 301. 

Neville, ; 11. 323. 

Neville, Mr., brings treaty with 

Prance, 6. 973. 
Neville, Col., field officer, 12. 497, 

500. 
Neville, John, prisoner, 16. 671. 
Neville, Presley, prisoner, 16. 671. 
Nevlls, John, in militia, 22. 162; 
Nevll's Creel<, 4. 354. 
Nevlnson, John, petition, 1. 145-149. 
Nevis, Eastchurch stops in, 1. 287. 
government, 1. 225. 
imports from, 2. 156. 
taken, 13. 287; 18. 546. 
Nevy, Fredk, army rank, 16. 1124. 
New, John, land grant to, 4. 961. 
New, John, voter, 15. 237, 238. 
New, Wm., army rank, 18. 1124. 

pensioner, 22. 79. 
New Acquisition, the, resolve on en- 
tering lands within, 12. 248-249. 
New Albany, Ind., 5. 1220. 
New American States, observations 

on, 17. 630. 
New Bern, brig, arrives- from New 

Providence, 13. vi. 
New Bern, town. See Newbem. 
New Bonn, 4. 384. 
New Bridge, 9. 1064. 
New BrunsvyCck, 3. 529; 4. 876; 22. 

181, 197, 199, 232, 234. 
New Brunswick, N. J., 5. 1218; 9. 
1233. 
report on N. G. troops at, 13. 457. 
New Brunswick Presbytery, 5. 1214, 
1215, 1255. 
sends missionaries to N. C, 5. 1219. 
New Carolina, ment'd, 1. 542. 
New Castle, Pa., 2. 18. 
New Castle Co., Del., 9. 1234; 10. 
113; 11. 291, 292, 662; 15. 386. 



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186 



NEW ENGLAND 



proposed Scotcti settlement in, 1. 

441. 
to be annexed to Md., 1. 441. 
New Castle Presbytery, 5. 1200, 1220, 
1221, 1224, 12S5. 
ordains McAden, 5. 1212. 
New Connectlxut, 11. 460. 
New comers, exempted from levies, 1. 

185. 
New Currituck Inlet, galley taken in, 

16. 260. 
New England, 1. 674; 2. 186, 765, 829; 
3. 28, 227, 335, 343, 344, 478; 4. 
264, 464, 934, 941, 1305; 5. xxvi, 
xlii, 222, 394, 400, 464, 572, 1163, 
1167, 1220; 6. 226, 283, 284, 290, 
1200; 7. 8, 516, 928; 8. v, 618, 

9. 995, 1038, 1053, 1086, 1117, 
1167, 1174, 1209, 1220, 1243, 1253; 

10. 45, 57, 66, 67, 96, 98, 105, 119, 
268, 300, 302, 400, 401; 11. 217, 
3eo! 377, 722, 723, 768; 13. 98, 
250, 470, 489; 16. 636; 18. 146; 
22. 262, 293, 296, 522, 734, 987. 

act to forfeit charter, 1. 552-554; to 

restore to crown, 25. 149-50. 
Adams on gov't of, 11. 322. 
advantage from paper currency, 8. 

18. 
adventures from, 1. 95, 145, 149. 
Altemarle, trade to tie turned from, 
1. 232. 

appointment of committees dis- 
cussed by, 11. 389-390. 

arms to be secured in, 2. 179, 192, 
194, 197. 

Baptist immigration from, 5. 1166. 

church laws of Presbyterians and 
Independents quoted, 9. 83. 

colonies in, 1. 225. 

Congregational church controls In, 
1. 226. 

connection with N. C. indicated, 2. 
260, 268, 278, 286, 287, 381. 

control over by Mass., 11. 419. 

controls action of C. C. and disposi- 
tion towards others, 17. 173-4. 

convention of, 14. 214. 

convicts not wanted, 1. 477-478. 

Culpepper leaves, 1. 259. 

cut off from fishing and trad©, 1 0. 58. 

dissenters from, 6. 265. 

disturbances in, 1. 371. 

duty on tobacco sent to, 1. 291-292 
309-311. 

efforts to ruin trade of, 5. 221. 

emigration to C, 1. 248. 



esteems Gates, 1 1 . 570. 
expedition against Penobscot fails, 

14. 202. 
favors assumption, 22. 795. 
fees in, 3. 606, 614. 
fisheries of, 3. xvi. 
flour exported to N. C, 5. xlii. 
furnished model for vestry law, 6. 

11-12. 
gov't of, 1. 528. 
governor on pirates, 1. 518. 
governors to allow emigration to 
C, 1. 58; to make feint on Can- 
ada, 5. 112. 
Holden on' trade policy of, 1. 245- 

246. 
illegal trade from, 1. 461. 
immigrants from, 4. 1312, 5. 1150. 
imports from, 2. 156. 
independent of flngland, 2. 156. 
languid, 11. 462. 
leads in smuggling, 3. xvii. 
losses in trade with, 3. 430. 
may import salt direct, 1. 501. 
merchants of, 2. 252. 
Methodists from, 6. 594-595, 1061. 
militia slow, 1 1 . 570. 
negro in, 1. 517. 

New Lights in, 5. 1175, 1176; 7. 102. 
N. Y. jealous of, 11. 460. 
no fears to be entertained from, 11. 

419. 
N. C. products sent to, 1. 287. 
not allowed to fish, 9. 1208; or 

trade, 10. 12, 20. 
paper money restrained in, 5. 607. 
peddling from, 3. xvii, 336. 
pine of inferior to N. C. pine, 7. 

440. 
proposals of settlement from, 1. 

xii, xiv, 36-39, 77, 79-92. 
provisions sent to, 8. xi. 
Quaker migration to C. from, 1. 215. 
raises troops, 10. 56. 
restrained from fisheries, 10. 113. 
self-government in, 1. 38. 
sends ministers to N. C, 3. 429-430; 
negroes to Va. and S. C, 4. 172; 
troops to Nova Scotia, 5. 407. 
settlement from on Cape Pear, 1. x. 
settlers from in Albemarle, 1. x, 

388. 
ship of brings Palatines, 1. 911. 
ships tobacco outside of British 

Empire, 1. 245. 
takes away N. C. tobacco, 4. 170. 
tobacco smuggled to, 1. 243, 298; 



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3. xvl-xvii. 

trade with, 1. 663; 2. 396, 397, 419, 
562; 3. xv-xvii, 155; in provisions 
with, 2. 132; limited by G. Br., 9. 
1186; returns to he in pieces of 8, 
1. 853; with Charleston, 1. 467; 
with N. C, 4. 171, 172, 173; with 
Sugar Islands, 4. 172. 

traders from, 1. 325; 2. xii, xiv; 
cause Culpepper Rebellion, 1. 
266, 272, 273," 274, 276, 279, 281, 
292, 293, 297, 298, 309; driven off 
by high fees, 3. 366; governors 
encourage, 1. 286, 287; object in 
starting rebellion, 1. 288; oppose 
tobacco duty, 1. 309; pay duty, 

I. 292, 309; pay no duty, 1. 292, 
311; secure goods in N. C, 3. 
50. 

troops from, 1 7. 993 ; flee from Brit- 
ish, 10. 817; in Carthagena expe- 
dition, 11. 42, 43, 45; threaten 
Long Island, 10. 823-824. 
New England Chronicle, extract from, 

II. 276-279. 

New England Coin, act on what is 
current in S. C, 25. 142. 

New England Rum, price, 16. 1198. 

New Englanders, claim parts of C, 1. 
37. 
detractions of Cape Fear corrected, 

I. 71. 

interests of provided for, 1. 94. 
on Cape Pear, ment'd, 1. 46-47. 
settle Clarendon Co., 1. 161. 
spread bad report of Cape Fear and 

Florida, 1. 39, 148. 
to fish on N. C. coast, 2. 175-176. 
New Exeter, 6. 1116, 1123, 1195. 
act to incorporate, 23. 399; 25. 

268-70. 
inspection at, 23. 64*1; 25. 313, 379. 
New Garden, 14. 594, 648;. 21. 237, 
269, 277, 308, 597, 603, 625, 688. 
act to vest land in Quakers, 25. 48. 
requisition from, 8. 715. 
New Garden IVI. M., act to vest 

lands in, 25. 48. 
New Garden Q. M. H., Br. wounded 

left at, 17. 1007. 
New Garden Settlement, petition, 20. 

155, 341. 
New Hampshire, 5. xx, 251, 252, 649, 
651, 808; 6. 624; 7. 459; 10. 322; 

II. 291, 292, 389, 394, 438, 461, 
586, 590; 13. 340; 15. 386; 18. 
419, 420; 17. 172, 173, 459; 19. 



708; 20. 603, 670, 694, 775; 22. 
33; 24. 406, 510. 

act to forfeit charter, 1. 552-4; to re- 
store to Crown, 25. 149-50. 

allowance to loan office, 20. 652. 

amount of Continental money on 
hand, IB. 448. 

and regulations of trade, 16. 571- 
576. 

and U. S. duties, 18. 499, 501, 528, 
529, 533, 557, 558, 738. 

appeals refused In, 14. 258. 

att'y gen. for, 1. 464. 

convention with, 14. 214. 

disputes with N. Y., 17. 66. 

follows example of N. C, 10. ix. 

free, 16. 749; 17. 5. 

government of, 1. 225, 469, 470. 

in vice admiralty district of Bos- 
ton, 11. 218. 

indifferent to western lands, 14. 
218. 

instructions to gov., 11. 242, 244. 

leaves C. C, 22. 992. 

letter to ment'd, 5. 486. 

limits should be extended, 5. 464. 

militia of defeats British, 11. 593. 

number of troops from, 14. 272. 

payment by, 17. 560. 

pays in bills of credit, 16. 306. 

population in 1755, 5. 470, 473. 

quarrels with N. Y. over Vt., 6. xvii, 
136-138. 

quota, 19. 946; for public debt, 16. 
413, 415, 428, 760, 771, 890, 928, 
929; 17. 60,. 528; to sink Cont. 
currency, 15. 401; of revenue, 14. 
306; value, 15. 560. 

raises troops, 10. 21. 

reports on old emissions, 18. 311. 

representation of in C. C, 17. 17, 
497, 556, 557, 591; 18. 488, 548, 
552, 640, 641, 671, 709, 724, 726, 
754; 20. 632; 21. 441, 533, 534. 

resolve on Fed. Conv., 20. 632-633. 

seal for, 1 1 . 311. 

sends laws to C. C, 17. 515. 

share of sinking fund due from, 14. 
241-243. 

tax on for forts, 5. 470, 473. 

trade limited by Pari., 9. 1186. 

Vermont encroaches on, 16. 479. 

votes to close Miss., 22. 901. 

wants and does not want duty, 16. 
886. 

wants pay for bounties, 15. 81, 95, 
97-98. 



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wolves and bears in, 14. 669. 

New Hampshire Grants, 17. 137. 
people of set up a gov't, 1 1 . 460. 

New Hanover Co., 5. 38, 92, 116, 118, 
120, 121, 151, 177, 405, 437, 760, 
771, 812, 821, 822, 890, 895; 6. 78, 
214, 232,- 239, 344, 475, 550, 635, 
637, 739, 761, 765, 1009, 1011, 1039, 
1041, 1085, 1086, 1127, 1181; 7. 
158, 311, 313, 383, 477, 698, 783, 
786; 8. 142, 5'76, 687; 9. xliv, 53, 
227, 298, 502, 553, 593, 694, 724, 
771, 980, 1109, 1127, 1128; 10. 48, 
149, 419, 525, 558, 596, 604, 614, 
620, 628, 917, 936, 963, 969; 11. i 
730, 832; 12. 168, 177, 178, 205,! 
206, 255, 273, 320, 344, 349, 359, 
382, 574, 683; 13. 11, 95, 96, 97, 
98, 304; 13. 358, 472, 477, 563, 651, 
871, 943; 14. 35, 65, 189; 15. 190, 
193, 238, 321, 327, 784, 785, 787, 
788; 16. 66, 68, 75, 80, 83, 90, 
264, 418, 496, 570, 644, 645, 9]S, 
966; 17. 145, 598; 18. 79, 83, 95, 
102, 179, 186, 187, 245, 311, .?91, 
418, 497; 19. 38, 44, 45, 47, 49, 
58, 664, 672, 687; 20. 143, 148 
154, 160, 162, 163, 164, 172, 18.'., 
231, 249, 290, 329, 341, 352, 375, 
594; 21. 228, 229, 240, 343, 376, 
393, 593, 602, 694, 797, 799, 820, 
836, 864, 968. 986, 992, 1001, 1021, 
1026, 1052; 22. 262, 272, 276, 279, 
286, 297, 298, 300, 362, 388, 474, 
815, 825, 837, 838, 842, 854, 855, 
857, 858, 859, 861, 864, 940, 941, 
943, 1007; 23. 133, 134, 146, 147, 
148, 151, 155, 187, 191, 221, 241. 
253, 255, 273, 274, 331, 335, 336, 
373, 385, 386, 418, 419, 445, 447, 
448, 457, 460, 462, 502, 535, 536, 
553, 564, 575, 618, 639, 651, 652, 
655, 674, 685, 692,. 705, 724, 867, 
869, 874, 904, 912, 928, 929, 946, 
990; 24. 137, 148, 263, 292, 424, 
462,* 463, 512, 520, 522, 581, 591, 
592, 621, 637, 642, 758, 851, 926, 
985; 25. 7, 28, 29, 39, 64, 217, 24b, 
257, 258, 263, 392, 399, 489, 494, 
507, 512, 513. 
act tor church in, 23. 368, 475; 25. 
243-4, 263, 348-9; for court, 24. 
37-9, 50, 64, 162; 25. 274-87, 437; 
for inspectors, 23. 352-5, 380-1, 
399; 25. 266-7, 313, 379; for J. P.'s 
to hold court in, 24. 411-12; for lot- 
tery to raise money for church, | 



23. 502; 25. 391-2; for parishes 
in, 25. 298-304; for road coms'rs, 

23. 398; 25. 263-4; for tax for 
public building, 24. 137-9, 520-2, 
624, 756-7; 25. 97-8; for town in, 
25. 268-70; on Doundary, 23. 686- 
7; on elections, 24. 767-8; on 
jurors, 24. 82-4, 273-5, 908; 25. 
442; to add part of Brunswick to, 

24. 985; to alter method working 
roads, 23. 910-11; to cure titles, 
24. 569; to destroy vermin, 23. 
971; wild animals in, 4. 749-50; 
to divide, 23. 342-343, 445-7, 622- 
7; 25. 246, 247,271; to divide to 
be repealed, 5. 93, 117; and to be_ 
reenacted, 5. 405-407; to divide 
militia, 24. 947-8; to fix time of 
court, 23. 292, 339; 24. 717; 25. 
238, 288, 406; to raise tax in, 25. 
97-8. 

action on Stamps, 7. vi-vii, xi, 127- 
130, 143-144, I680-I686, 168c;168<, 
169-174, 222-223. 

Association of, 10. 26. 

Baptists in, 5. 1182. 

bill for bridge in, 4. 1230, 1322, 1323, 
1329, 1334, 1335, 1336, 1337, 1338. 
1348; for church in, 4. 1260. 1262 
1263, 1265, 1273, 1280, 1281, 1284. 
1286.' 1288. 1289, 1299; for conveni- 
ence of police in. 12. 557, 561, 566. 
666; for inspectors, 4. 1259, 1262. 
1273. 1277, 1279, 1280, 1282, 1286, 
1288, 1289, 1299, 1320, 1323, 1324, 
1328, 1333, 1335, 1336, 1338, 1339, 
1348; for parish tax, 7. 601, 635, 
636, 639; for road commlssiohers, 

5. 183, 184, 185, 186, 188, 199, 201, 
203, 204, 205, 206, 208; for road in. 

6. 1271; for road to, 8. 160, 178, 
191, 193; for sheriffs to serve 
writs on river, 21. 754, 758, 901, 
903, 904, 909; for tax, 21. 836; 
on burning woods in, 8. 103, 138; 
on election, 19. 445, 579, 593, 604, 
634, 761, 780; on fences, 21. 796, 
957; on musters, 20. 155-156, 
164, 175, 177, 185, 314, 333, 340, 
353, 367-368; on road, 6. 650, 651, 
652, 660, 661, 683, 685, 688, 694, 
853, 854, 917, 920, 923; relating to 
stock, 4. 826, 827; to add part of 
Brunswick to, 20. 504, 508, 553; 
21. 43, 45, 48, 62, 79, 86-87; to add 
part to Sampson, 21. 252, 621; to 
allow J. P.'s to hold courts. IV. 



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NEW HANOVER CO. 



841, 844, 851, 936, 937, 938, 947, 
948, 954; to alter boundaries, 12. 
162, 165, 167, 172-173, 328, 330, 
331, 344; to alter method of work- 
ing on roads, 9. 407, 416, 418, 419 
421, 433, 444, 514, 519, 530, 535^ 
537, 539, 584, 658; to alter time 
of elections, 17. 291, 298, 338, 
340, 361, 381, 392; to alter time 
and place of elections, 20. 21, 51, 
75, 90; to alter time of holding 
court, 4. 910, 911, 913, 916; to 
confirm vestry, 7. 307, 319, 3''3- 
374, 376, 384, 396, 398; to destroy 
birds and squirrels, 6. 850, 855, 
858, 864, 869, 870, 892, 914, 925, 
936, 942, 944, 963; to dissolve 
vestry, 6. 1230, 1279, 1280, 130?: 
to divide, 5. 504, 506, 509, 976, 
978, 979, 980, 986, 989, 992, 993, 
994, 995, 1002, 1004, 1005, 1013, 
1014, 1015, 1017, 1054, 1055, 1056, 
1057, 1064; 6. 462, 489, 492, 501. 
502, 507, 644, 675, 678, 846-847, 859, 
865, 911, 926, 927, 936, 942, 1096, 
1098, 1106, 1119, 1145, 1157, 1158, 
1162, 1163, 1178, 1179, 1190, 119j, 
1192; 13. 563, 663, 687, 939; de- 
feated, 6. 972, 985-6; to divide St. 
James's Parish, 5. 879, 881, 907, 
908, 911-12; to erect town in, 
4. 235; 5. 41, 43, 45, 46, 
49, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65, 66; 
to establish town in, 4. 235; 
to finish churches in, 6. 90, 91. 
95, 103-104, 107, 108, 109, 114; to 
fix bounds, 6. 454, 455, 475, 487, 
488, 490, 496; 7. 308, 317, 321, 323, 
339, 371, 378, 380, 388, 399, 400- 
401, 402, 420; to increase tax, 21. 
1007; to run line of, 6. 820. 

Bloodworth on raising of troops in, 
14. 35-36. 

bond of clerk, 9. 980. 

case of J. P.'s, 20. 290-291, 292. 

cases of tried in Wilmington, 23. 
253. 

census of 1790, 26. 312, 821-833. 

charter not repealed and represen- 
tation in assem., 6. 226, 227-228. 

clergy in, 8. 221, 222. 

clothing for troops due from, 12. 
639, 749. 

contested election from, 16. 5, 31- 
32. 

corn not to be exported from, 7. 
428. 



council held in, 4. 1-5. 

court days, 22. 703, 704, 874, 885, 
932, 946, 990. 

debts due to, 8. 280-1. 

election contest in, 22. 12, 13. 

erected, 6. 227. 

extract from minutes of superior 
court on revolutionary service, 
15. 784-789. 

field officers chosen, 8. 1157. 

grand jurors, 5. 166; congratulate 
Dobbs, 5. 334-335. 

grant of 60,000 acres in, 4. 73, 74. 

guard over salt works needed, 13. 
814. 

in Wilmington dist, 15. 377. 

inspection places in, 23. 641, 790, 
791. 

J. P.'s in, 4. 346, 348, 447, 460, 683, 
813, 1040, 1254; 5. 32, 120, 991, 992, 
997; e. 59, 60, 335, 762, 1008, 1070, 
1086, 1322; 7. 279, 702; 9. 75; 23. 
995. 

land grants in, 4. 49, 50, 52, 55, 56, 
57, 58, 59, 73, 75, 216, 217, 218, 
219, 221, 222, 273, 274, 277, 278, 
279, 280, 281, 283, 328, 329, 330, 
332, 333, 334, 335, 336, 342^ 343, 
347, 348, 349, 350, 355, 441, 443, 
444, 453, 454, 455, 588, 593, 594, 
595, 596, 598, 601, 602, 603, 616, 
617, 618, 619, 627, 628, 629, 630, 
631, 632, 634, 635, 636, 638, 639, 
640, 641, 642, 643, 644, 649, 650, 
651, 675, 677, 679, 684, 703, 704, 
705, 706, 707, 708, 709, 711, 712, 
714, 759, 761, 762, 763, 764, 765, 
766, 768, 798, 799, 800 801, 803, 804, 
805, 806, 807, 851, 852, 853, 854, 
855, 884, 885, 886, 887, 890, 892, 
894, 895, 896, 897, 946, 947, 950, 
952, 960, 961, 962, 963, 964, 965, 
968, 969, 1032, 1033, 1034, 1035, 
1036, 1037, 1038, 1039, 1043, 1045, 
1046, 1047, 1048, 1049, 1050, 1238, 
1239, 1240, 1241, 1242, 1243, 1244, 
1245, 1246, 1247, 1248, 1249, 1250, 
1255; 5. 657, 944. 

land patents in to be produced, 4. 
58. 

letter from, 19. 6, 8. 

Martin on sedition in, 10. 147. 

members of assem., 8. 113, 118, 303; 
9. 448, 472, 474, 734, 1188; 12. 
2, 549, 656, 724, 725, 726, 869; 13. 
625, 736, 785, 824; 15. 222; 16. 2; 
17. 134, 265, 269, 313, 795, 878, 



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190 



NEW HAVEN, CONN. 



880; 18. 2, 69, 227, 258; 19. 1, 
129, 133, 234, 288, 292, 368, 400, 
416, 490, 494, 718; 20. 2, 4, 120, 
127, 135, 302, 476; 21. 2, 13, 194, 
242, 387, 730, 741, 872. 
members in Conv. 1788 and 1789, 22. 

3, 7, 11, 12, 13, 38. 

members in Prov. Congress, 9. xxxi, 
1042, 1179; 10. 152, 165, 282, 501, 
914, 916. 

members not admitted from, 3. 575. 

memorial In favor of Smith, 6. 58- 
60. 

militia complaints on officers, 22. 
931; in, 5. 575, 576, 603; in regu- 
lation campaign, 8. 574, 575, 578, 
579, 582, 584, 586, 587, 588, 589, 
591, 594, 595, 596, 597, 598, 599, 
600, 621, 666, 677, 688,- 697, 700, 
718; 19. 838, 843; 22. 469; in Sp. 
alarm(?) , 22. 274-6; officers, 20. 
272, 460; organized, 10. xxix, 475, 
626, 645, facing 680; returns, 22. 
306, 311, 312, 382-90; to go to S. 
C, 5. 816; to be raised, 17. 678. 

Moseley wants land in, 3. 471. 

Murray's note allowed in, 5. 941, 
943, 944, 954. 

«ew coimty out of, 6. 1036. 

HO troops to be raised in for S. C, 

4. 633. 

number members in assem., 5. 87. 

•fficers, 19. 298. 

organization of troops, 10'. 207, 531, 

626, facing 680. 
ewes state, 21. 1076. 
parishes and ministers in, T. 457, 

541. 
petition from, 5. 246; 16. 24-25; 

considered, 16. 7S, 106-107; for 

benefit of debtors, 6. 146; for 

Newton as county seat, 4. 509- 

510; for town at Cross Creek, 6. 

485-486; on roads and ferry, 5. 

164-166, 1060; on imprisonment of 

debtors, 5. 754. 
place for minister, 24. 819; rents 

are payable, 4. 187, 372, 400. 
population, 6. 986; 18. iii, 433. 
Presbyterians in, 5. 1198-1199, 1212, 

1214. 
prison bounds in, 23. 674. 
protests against Prov. Cong., 10. 

293. 
public revenue from, 9. 647, 648. 
quit rents from, 9. 608. 
reasons it was not divided, 6. 598. 



regulations on militia, 13. 415. 
report on militia, 5. 163; on troops, 

.16. 536. 
resolution on action of magistrates, 

18. 151-152, 184, 408. 
road coms'rs for, 23. 220. 
road law for, 23. 447-448. 
Safety Com., 10. 24, 27, 114, 115, 

143, 427. 
sheriffs, 4. 347, 947; 5. 976; 6. 59, 

739, 742; 7. 526, 527, 528, 529. 
skirmish in, 15. 786, 789. 
special payment to sheriff, 4. 807. 
supreme ct. of held in Wilmington, 

5. 260. 
tax in, 19. 707; 23. 134-135. 
taxables in, 5. 320, 575, 603; 7. 146, 

284, 289, 539, 541. 
to be patrolled, 10. 25. 
to be taxed for hospital, 6. 1200. 
Tories in, 22. 731. 
treasurer of, 5. 337; 23. 349, 400. 
troops discharged, 11. 557-558; to 
be raised in, 13. 411; 24. 154, 156. 
writ of election to, 4. 1041. 
See also New Hanover Precinct. 
New Hanover Dep't^ money dra'wm 

for, 15. 61. 
New Hanover D'^strict, 9. 405, 51S. 

recruiting officer for, 22. 928. 
New Hanover Precinct, 3. xiii, 391, 
529, 575, 623, 641; 4. 316, 395, 
413, 441, 460, 482, 492, 502, 511, 
512, 515, 538, 552, 564, 566, 606, 
608, 612, 665, 720, 735, 760, 802, 
1092, 1093, 1122, 1191, 1193, 1196, 
1197, 1255; 5. Iii, xiii, xviii, ixiv, 
xxxiii, xxxvii, 33. 
act to establish and divide, 23. 11$- 

120, 335. 
disputed election, 4. 117. 
divided, 3. 450. 
erected, 3. 454. 

J. P.'s in, 3. 418; 4. 4, 46, 218, 275. 
members of assem., 3. 562; 4. 115, 
493, 721, 733, 815, 817, 839, 1291, 
1329, 1331; 5. 232, 521, 1110; «. 
77, 362, 662, 800, 893, 1150; 7. 
168fc, 284, 350; 8. 106. 
petitions for embargo on grain, 4. 

283. 
town in, 3. 261, 296. 
treasurer, 3. 323; 4. 106, 136, 155. 
See also New Hanover Co. 
New Haven, Conn., 9. 1231, 1232; 17. 
118; 18. 794; 22. 288, 514. 
Dutch vessel at, 1. 469. 



NEW HOPE 



191 



NEW LIGHTS 



New Hope, mill on proposed, 22. 680. 
New Hope, Orange Co., 16. 191; 22. 

557. 
New Hope Camp, 8. 578, 600, 668. 
New Hope Church, 5. 1215. 
New Hope Creek, 19. 839. 
New Inlet, 10. 393, 614, 615, 802; 11. 

551; 16. 242; 24. 506, 507, 852; 

25. 71, 72. 
act on navigation, 24. 587-8. 
New Inlet Bar, 21. 668. 
New Inn, 5. 617. 
New Jersey, 4. 587; 5. 251, 252, 649, 

808, 1164, 1188, 1219; 7. 459; 8. 

xxvi, 643; 9. 1067, 1068; 10. 390, 

908; 11. 291, 292, 384, 389, 390, 

427, 733, 797, 814; 13. viii; 15. 

194, 386; 16. 401, 420, 761; 17. 

173, 598; 18. 651, 724; 20. 677, 

694, 775; 22. 33, 121, 145, 153, 

515, 527, 730. 
a proprietary colony, 1. 225. 
act of on settlement of accounts, 

16. 350-353; to forfeit charter, 1. 

552-554; to restore to crown, 25. 

149-50; to restrain trade of, 10. 

109-112, 113. 
allowance to Loan office, 20. 652. 
and Albany Union, 5. xx. 
and U. S. duties, 18. 499, 500, 501, 

528, 529, 533, 557, 737-740. 
asked to raise militia, 17. 89. 
brigs wrecked on coast of, 13. 4. 
British in, 14. 502; to escape from, 

11. 503; to forage in, 11. 383. 
confusion in, 1. 537. 
constitution ment'd, 10. 868. 
currency good, 22. 993. 
cut off from trade, 10. 58. 
favors assumption, 22. 795. 
free, 16. 749; 17. 5: 
immigrants from, 4. 1312; 5. llr, 

1204; 6. 614; 11. 431. 
in C. C, 17. 17, 497, 556, 557, 576, 

591; 18. 488, 548, 552, 640, 641, 

671, 709, 726, 754, 794; 20. 603, 

632; 21. 441, 53S, 534. 
in vice admiralty dist. of Phila., t1. 

218. 
influence of Pa. over, 1 1 . 419. 
instructions to gov., 1 1 . 242. 
jealous of western territory, 11. 

377. 
laws of sent to N. C, 18. 247; 22. 

991. 
letter to ment'd, 5. 486. 
liberty spirit in, 9. 115S. 



militia called for, 14. 214; loias 

Washington, 22. 972; ordered »ut, 

16. 854. 
Moravians in, 5. 1156. 
N. C. troops in, 14. 361, 362, S«S 
number of troops from, 14. 2T2. 
paper currency in, 18, 742-743. 
payment by, 17. 560. 
pays in bills of credit, 16. 30S. 
plan to make it more useful, 1. 473- 

474. 
population in 1755, 5. 470, 472 471. 
Presby. missions from, 5. 1215. 
proposed quo warrants against, 1. 

352-354. 
proposes to use its taxes to pay its 

own soldiers, 16. 898-899. 
quota for public debt, 16. 413, 415, 

429, 760, 771, 890, 928, 929; 17 58, 

m, 513, 528; of revenue, 14. 307: 

to sink Cont currency, 15. 401; 

to V. S., 18. 667, 704; 19. »46; 

value, 15 660. 
raises troops, 10. 21; 22. 516. 
report on old emissions, 16. 311. 
request for ministers to, 5. 122S. 
seal for, 11. 211. 
share of sinking fund due irom, 

14. 241-243. 
tax on for forts, 5. 471, 473. 
to reinforce Washington, 1 1 . 388. 
troops of at Germantown, 1 1 . 78i ; 

In Carthagena expedition, 11. 42, 

43; 15. 752; raised in, 10. SIS: 

sent to Washington, 12. 14. 
votes to close Miss., 22. 901. 
wants Federal Capital, 16. 842-8«, 

878, 908; no duty, 16. 886. 
New Jersey Irish Volunteers, 14. ill. 
New Jersey Synod, 5. 1218. 
New Jerusalem Church, history, 8. 

742. 
New Kent Co., Va., 15. 502; 22. HS. 
immigration from, 5. 1214. 
tithables in 1756, 5. 565. 
New Kent C. H., Va., 22.. 1032. 
New Light Anabaptists, near Wil- 

ington, ®. 730. 
New Light Baptists, 22. 752. 
attend Episcopal services, 8. !JS, 

229. 
in Brunswick Co., 7. 164. 
in Northampton, 9. 326. 
oppose bearing arms, 10. 699-700. 
trouble Taylor, 9. 23. 
New Light Church, 5. 1184. 
New Lights, 5. 1163, 1166, 1171, 117S, 



NEW LONDON, CONN. 



192 



NEW STORE 



among Presbyterians, 5. 1218. 
come to N. C. from N. E., 7. 102. 
in Beaufort Co., 7. 126. 
in Mecklenburg Co., 7. 241. 
in N. C. and excesses, 7. 286-287. 
New London, Conn., 9. 1229; 11. 767; 
16. 636; 18. 539; 19. 708. 
defenses of, 17. 81, 118, 119. 
favors Scotch trade, 1. 469. 
New London, Va., arms at, 16. 628, 

635. 
New Mexico, trade with, 6. 1320. 
New Mill Creek, canal from, 18. 506. 
New Orleans, 5. 569; 6. 259; 7. 239, 
280; 17. 519; 22. 901. 
ceded to Spain, 6. 1320. 
French troops at, 5. 173. 
trade with likely to be lost, 14. 244. 
New Orleans Island, 13. 229; 22. 765. 
New Pearth Lutheran Church, his- 
tory, 8. 779, 780-781. 
New Pennsylvania (Pinsilvania) Co., 

law suit, 2. 91, 113. 
New .Plimouth Colony, government, 1. 

225. 
New Plymouth, privateersman at, 1. 

349. 
New Port, N. Y., 18. 687. 
New Providence, 15. 160, 162. 
New Providence, Bahamas, 13. 36, 
229, 482; 14. 229, 358, 441, 712, 
720, 730, 740, 749, 762; 15. 537; 
22. 230, 239. 
brig, arrives from, 13. vi. 
convicts sent to U. S. from, 21. 500. 
imports from, 2. 156. 
pirates run to, 22. 765. 
taken by Spaniards, 2. 277. 
testimony taken in, 6. 239-240. 
New Providence Church, 5. 1225, 1226. 
New River, 1. 990; 3. 256, 364; 4. xiii, 
221, 893; 5. x, 10, 12, 13; 315, 342, 
380; ,6. 1079; 7. 213; 8. 577; 10. 
438, 613, 624, 628, 629; 11. 486, 
493, 619; 15. facing 380, 382, 632; 
22. 13g, 138; 23. 120, 150, 221, 
336; 24. 143; 25. 50. 
bill for town on, 17. 320, 355; 20. 
34; on passage of fish, 21. 786- 
787, 790, 792, 949, 954, 955, 985; 
to improve navigation of, 6. 353, 
354, 356, 358, 361, 387, 391, 394, 
395, 397, 419, 645, 647, 650, 660, 
670-671, 675, 676-677, 681, 684, 690, 
749; to prevent use of seines in, 9. 
719, 728, 764, 765, 767, 775, 777, 
784, 837, 842, 884, 887, 890, 896, 



899. 
Board of Trade on act to improve 

navigation, 6. 708. 
British on, 15. 569; move towards, 

15. 627. 
inspection at, 23. 641, 791; 25. 313. 

379. 
land grant on, 6. 80. 
militia to be raised for protection 

of, 17. 828, 829. 
new colony at, 3. 624. 
petition from, 21. 954. 
quit rents paid at, 25. 218. 
settlements reach, 1. xl. 
settles on, 11. 197. 
trade to, 13. iv. 
troops at, 10. 546, 547. 
New River (Onslow), 5. 353; 6. 562; 
13. 464; 22. vi, 288, 337, 339, 858, 
1024. 
act for school, 24. 535 ; for town on, 
23. 170-171, 336; repealed, 25. 
repealed, 25. 330; on navigation, 
23. 163, 510-11, 542-4. 
hill for navigation, 19. 428-429, 763, 

791. 
British on, 15. 520; 22. 541; and 
Americans on, 22. 538-9. 
New River, Tenn., troops for defence 

of, 17. 915, 917. 
New River, Va., 5. 357. 
and Cherokee boundary, 7. 268. 
Indian boundary of, 11. 567; dis- 
turbances on, 11. 11. 
lead found on, 5. 356. 
Spangenberg explores, 5. 1146. 
to be line of white migration, 1 1 . 

190. 
Tories on, 14. 162, 176. 
New River Chapel, British threaten, 

22. 537, 544. 
New River Ferry, 7. 149. 

on post route, 7. 413, 454. 
New River Inlet, 6. 608; 23. 542. 
act to make port of, 24. 850-1. 
bill to erect into port, 18. 62, 131, 

153, 261, 295, 340, 358, 366. 
inspection at, 24. 581; 25. 379. 
troops at, 10. 546. 
New River Lottery, act on, 23. 542-4. 
New River Parish, Marsden in, 3. 392. 
New River Road, 23. 120. 
New Roeder's Church, Va., Lutheran 

Synod meets at, 8. 773. 
New Seneca, 21. 530, 531, 534. 
New Spain, 20. 376. 
New Store, place, 5. 1209. 



NEW TESTAMENT 



193 



NEW YORK CITY 



New Testament, 2. 583; 22. 668. 


224, 


236, 


242, 244, 246, 


249, 


267, 


belief in demanded, 10. 1011; as 


320, 


327, 


333, 367, 463, 


477, 


482, 


necessary for holding office, 10. 


651, 


652, 


866, 974; 14. 19, 56 


, 76, 


241, 870d; 23. 983. 


78, 95, 187, 202, 222, 231 


, 241, 


271, 


New Topsail (Newtopsail), 24. 947. 


297, 


308, 


335, 348, 467, 


472, 


497, 


election at, 11. 658. 


498, 


563, 


588, 589, 596, 


599, 


634, 


petition of militia from, 11. 757. 


659, 


689, 


761, 779, 797, 


848, 


863; 


New Topsail Company, 10. 620. 


15. 


iii, 29, 82, 91, 113, 


121, 


160, 


report on, 22. 386-8. 


174, 


240, 


254, 257, 258, 


262, 


263, 


New Topsail District, complaints on 


275, 


281, 


283, 290, 294, 


298, 


299, 


militia officers, 22. 931. 


308, 


310, 


311, 326, 332, 


338, 


415, 


New Topsail Inlet, 3. 256; 6. 78, 608; 


502, 


537, 


547, 556, 561, 


589, 


602; 


11. 301. 


16. 


332, 


338, 385, 391, 


409, 


479, 


battery at, 5. 571. 


502, 


517, 


536, 694, 735, 


739, 


740, 


character, 6. 1027, 1028. 


741, 


768, 


823, 825, 836, 


861, 


867, 


fort to be at, 5. 497. 


868, 


871, 


873, 875, 876, 


880, 


889, 


inspection at, 24. 581. 


943, 


980, 


992; 17. 18, 


112, 


125, 


New Topsail Sound, 4. 219. 


429, 


433, 


434, 450, 473, 


477, 


482, 


bill to destroy birds and squirrels. 


538, 


541, 


570, 594, 597, 


600, 


604, 


6. 850, 855, 858, 864, 869, 870, 892, 


606, 


608, 


623, 632, 904, 


979, 


984, 


914, 925, 936, 942, 944, 963. 


985, 


986, 


993, 994, 1010, 1013, 


1020, 


inspection at, 23. 641, 791; 25. 313, 


1023 


, 1026, 1035; 13. 310 


, 491, 


503, 


379. 


515, 


540, 


561, 562, 567, 


568, 


569, 


New Town (Anson), act to incorpo- 


576, 


577, 


579, 582, 586, 


588, 


589, 


rate, 24. 537-8. 


601, 


635, 


636, 638, 642, 


646, 


648, 


New Town (Beaufort), 23. 807. 


651, 
690, 


652, 
693, 


653, 665, 666, 
694, 707, 718, 


677, 
720, 


689, 
721, 


New Town (Onslow), act for school, 
24. 534-5. 


724, 
768, 


727, 
770, 


747, 749, 750, 
777, 778, 783, 


752, 
793, 


761^ 
795, 


New Windsor, bill to erect, 7. 623, 625, 


798; 


19. 


784, 837, 881. 


899, 


911, 


630, 634, 637, 639-640, 645, 669. 


943, 


947, 


957, 976, 1000 


20. 


136, 


New Windsor, Conn. (?), 14. 152. 


405, 


596, 


603, 605, 606, 


613, 


624. 


New Windsor, Conn., 14. 326, 366; 16. 


625, 


629, 


630, 636, 639, 


644, 


660, 


647. 


676, 


679, 


680, 697, 698, 


699, 


701, 


N. C. troops at, 14. 356, 357 


702, 


703, 


705, 706, 719, 


720, 


721, 


New Windsor, (N. J. ?), 12. 471. 


722, 


727, 


728, 734, 735, 


738, 


739, 


New Windsor Hospital, 14. 294. 


754, 


761, 


764, 765, 773, 


790; 


21. 


New York City, 5. 477, 1154; 6. 40, 57, 


148, 


173, 


414, 464, 465, 471, 473 


,474, 


736, 989, 1291; 7. 168^, 168/, 221, 


476, 


485, 


494, 497, 499, 


513, 


516, 


241, 265, 532, 873; 8. xli, 518, 648, 


517, 


519, 


520, 522, 533, 


537, 


538, 


733; 9. 2, 68, 340, 409, 512, 521, 


540, 


541, 


549, 550, 551, 


552, 


553, 


957, 1055, 1061, 1078, 1083, 1087, 


554, 


556, 


559, 560, 562, 


563, 


564, 


1097, 1114, 1117, 1176, 1225, 1229, 


571, 


572, 


573, 724, 941, 


1021; 


22. 


1231; lO.xxx, 11, 12, 13, 16, 42, 43, 


121, 


439, 


515, 518, 617, 


632, 


634, 


44, 74, 84, 85, 106, 117, 222, 225, 


635, 


766, 


792, 794, 795, 


796, 


797, 


231, 233, 279, 300, 391, 399, 427, 


799, 


893, 


898, 899, 935, 


940, 


952, 


428, 430, 431, 446, 449, 653, 679, 


957, 


958, 


966, 967, 973, 


974, 


975, 


733, 736, 748, 850, 893, 899, 903, 


982, 


991, 


992, 1019, 1020, 


1029 




909, 910, 947, 984, 1024, 1025, 1028, 


Amer. 


army near, 10. 863 


, 864 




1030; 11. iv. V, 42, 43, 339, 340, 341, 


British in, 


14. 129, 199; 


15. 537-8; 


345, 346, 382, 436, 437, 514, 529, 


besieged 


in, 15. 536, 


574, 


575; 


542, 559, 642, 657, 660, 666, 668, 


fleet at. 


15. 57, 58; sail to. 


15. 


677, 681, 690, 693, 698, 711, 715, 


574, 


575,. 


585; blocked at 


, 14- 


650; 


721, 736, 760, 765, 774, 787, 802, 


leaves, 22. 986; return to, 


15. 


809, 822, 823; 12. 174, 192, 340, 


542; 


from Va., 15. 570, 571 


; to 


360, 361, 374; 13. iii, iv, vi, ix, 24, 


evacuate 


15. 546; 22. 


984, 


987; 


56, 76, 131, 134, 158, 190,197, 198, 


to go to. 


15. 508; to hold, 15 


454. 



3-13 



NEW YORK CONGRESS 



194 



NEW YORK STATE 



burned, 10. 819. 

capture by U. S. considered, 15. 58. 
congress to meet in, 17. 116. 
DeGraffenried's description of, 1. 

972. 
evacuation of by Br. considered and 

carrying off Amer. property, 16. 

836, 861, 864-877, 883, 904, 905, 920; 

discussed, 13. 250, 264, 270, 279, 

299, 478, 483, 494, 496; Indicated, 

14. 47. 

fortified but abandoned, 10. 816-817, 

823. 
Howe's success in overestimated, 

10. 864-865. 
Lee to fortify, 1 0. 447-448. 
left by Washington, 10. 801, 802, 

810, 811. 
Leslie returns to, 15. xiii. 
most important in expulsion of Br., 

15. 774. 

N. C. troops asked for and ordered 

to, 10. 791, 801, 804-805. 
post from to Williamsburg, 6. 1058. 
situation of Cont. Army, 1 0. 790-791. 
threatened, 14. 563, 564; by Amer- 
icans, 13. 464. 
to be seiged, 22. 554. 
to be evacuated, 13. 235, 238. 
trade with, 6. 969. 
Washington advances on, 14. 216. 
New York Congress of 1765, 9. xxix. 

resolutions of, 7. 121-122. 
New York Gazette, 13. 368. 
New York Gazette and Weekly Mer- 
cury, extracts from on regulation, 
10. 1017, 1018, 1025. 
New York Historical Society, 10. 340. 
extracts from archives of, 14. 496- 
768. 
New York Journal, 11. 756. 
New York Lutheran Synod, 8. 773. 
New York Packet, extract from, 11. 

289-290. 
New York sloop, leaves N. C, 2. 25. 
New York State, 1.968, 972; 2. 49, 371, 
372, 374, 417, 702; 3. 89, 99, 225, 
345; 4. 14, 820; 5. ix, xi, xx. xxvi, 
xlii, 222, 251, 252, 385, 400, 436, 
447, 561, 580, 584, 589, 600, 606, 
608, 649, 651, 736, 757, 783, 792, 
794, 795, 804, 808, 858, 860, 887, 
923, 925, 926, 971, 1143; B. 142, 
221, 226, 449, 472, 476, 520, 582, 
586, 705, 706, 714, 720, 784, 1029, 
1061; 7. X, 459; 8. xxxvil, 167, 
583, 600, 628, 635, 639, 650, 652, 



675, 714, 717, 719, 720, 736; 9. iii, 
xxiv, xxxvii, 4, 5, 9, 13, 16, 17, 

20, 65, 240, 270, 787, 820, 1114, 
1115, 1120, 1155, 1208, 1218, 1231, 
1232, 1233, 1253; 10. ix, 90, 245, 
276, 278, 390, 429, 447, 454, 605, 
617, 823, 832, 891; 11. 14, 291, 292, 
367, 368, 374, 383, 390, 503, 570, 
725, 726; 12. 497, 523; 13. xiv, 
219, 235, 306, 404, 492, 916; 14. 
157, 326, 746, 748, 749, 755; 15. 
259, 261, 386; 16. 355, 419, 420, 761, 
881, 992; 17. 5, 98, 103, 118, 272, 
459, 464, 544, 595, 606, 821, 822, 
1012; 18. 584, 601, 645, 693, 724; 
19. 853, 899; 20. 615, 670, 694, 
775; 21. iii, 262, 454, 465, 485; 22. 
33, 515, 730, 969, 982. 

a proprietary colony, 1. 224. 

accounts of exd'n, to ment'd, 6. 373. 

aid in defence of, 5. 1001; to Va. in 
French war, 5. 395. 

allowance to Loan office, 20. 652. 

Amer. army assigned to, 10. 85. 

and confederation, 13. 386. 

and impost, 18. 721. 

and organization of Vt., 17. 89. 

and V. S. duties, 18. 501, 502, 529, 
533, 557, 737-740. 

appointment of clerks in, 1 0. 404 ; of 
Tryon to ment'd, 8. 619. 

arms to be secured in, 2. 192, 194. 

asked to raise militia, 1 7. 89. 

assembly loyal, 9. 1255, 1280; pe- 
tition's King, 9. 1246; 10. 226, 

atty general for, 1. 464. 

British arrive at, 14. 476; fleet ar- 
rives at, 10. 67; 14. 748; fleet to 
be assembled, 15. 245; fleet 
leaves, 14. 239 240, 707-708, 709, 
711; grievances against, 18. 561- 
562; retreat to, 14. 213; troops 
arrive in, 14. 199, 201, 205. 

burned, 10. 819. 

career of Tryon in, 8. xxxvill-xl. 

cedes western lands to U. S., 16. 
438, 888; 17. 94, 99, 458; 18. 715; 

21. 504; 24. 679. 

changes name of Tryon Co., 8. xxxv. 
Clinton cut off from, 15. 707; sails 

from, 15. 661. 
condition of army in, 10. 810. 
conduct of authorities in granting 

Indian lands, 6. 584. 
Congress denied by, 9. 1164. 
conquest of desirable, 10. 413. 
controversy with Moss, 22. 632-3. 



NEW YORK STATE 



195 



NEW YORK STATE 



convention with, 14. 214. 
converted to Independence, 9. 1247. 
convicts not wanted, 1. 477-8. 
could not resist Pa. and Mass., 1 1 . 

420. 
courts in, 9. 1226, 1227; considered, 

10. 402. 
currrenoy, 6. 287; equal to silver, 

22. 993. 
defense of, 5. 465; 10. 720. 
disarms Tories, 10. 449. 
disputes with N. H., 17. 66. 
Dutch goods shipped to, 1. 469. 
East Jersey and Conn, to be annex- 
ed to, 1. 441-442. 
emigration to C, 1. 248; to S. C. 

from, 1 221. 
expedition to, 8, 281, 282, 283, 

286, 287. 
expenses of N. C. troops in, S. 799- 

800, 801. 
exports by way of, 5. 318. 
Fanning surveyor gen. for, 8. xli, 

230. 
favored in matter of trade, 10. xv. 
favors assumption, 22. 795. 
favors to in trade, 9. 1208. 
financial system commended, 9. 

1195. 
free, 16. 749; 17. 5. 
government on pirates, 1. 518; to 

make feint on Canada, 5. 112. 
governorship not worth as much as 

N. C, 8. 191; wanted by Tryon, 

8. 212. 
grain scarce in, 9. 337. 
grants of Indian lands in, 6. 1161. 
imports from, 2. 156. 
in C. C, 20. 603, 632; 21. 533, 534. 
in vice admiralty district of Phila- 

11. 218. 
Indians of to be used in S. C, 2. 234. 
inducements to Toryism in, 9. 1165. 
instructions to gov., 1 1 . 242, 244. 
invaded by Burgoyne, 1 1 . 594. 
jealous of N. C, 11. 460. 
joins American cause, 10. 21. 
judges in, 6. 585. 

lands of claimed by Mass., 17. 98-99. 
law of repealed, 6. 751. 
legislative power suspended, 7. 748. 
letter to ment'd, 5. 486. 
liberty in, 9. 1279. 
location, 1. 468; 2. 351. 
loyalty in, 9. 1084-1085, 1155-1156, 

1225. 
man of war sails to from Va., 1. 



968. 
militia called for, 14. 214; opposes 

British, 11. 593. 
Moravians in, 6. 1156; missions in, 

5. 1145. 
N. C. troops in, 5. 640; 6. x-xi, xii, 

18; not to go to, 10. 878; sent to, 

5. 601, 739, 749. 
not seduced by trade advantage, 10. 

22. 
number of troops from, 14. 272. 
payment by, 17. 560. 
pays in bills of credit, 16. 306. 
petition to on command of High- 
landers, 10. 13. 
pirates go to, 2. 325. 
plan to make it more useful, 1 . 473- 

474. 
policy of in matter of its Prov. 

Cong., 9. 1281. 
population in 1755, 5. 470, 473. 
prisoners from, 16. 673. 
proposed central congress to meet 

in, 1. 474. 
protests of mentioned, 10. 673, 674. 
Prov. Cong, of, 10. 85; Hooper and 

Hewes to on powder for Martin, 

10. 84; on White's letter, 10. 74- 

75. 
provisions sent to, 6. 286. 
quarrels with N. H. over Vt., 17. 

136-138; with Vt, 17. 174. 
quota, 19. 946; for public debt, 16. 

413, 415, 429, 760, 771, 890, 928, 

929; 17. 60, 513, 528; of revenue, 

14. 307; to sink Cont. currency, 

15. 401; to U. S., 18. 667, 668, 
704; value, 15. 660. 

raises troops, 22. 516. 
reinforcements from, 15. 90. 
report on old emissions, 16. 371. 
representation of in C. C, 17. 17, 

497, 556, 557, 576, 591; 18. 488, 

548, 552, 640, 641, 671, 709, 726, 

754, 794. 
resolutions by, 18. 687. 
resolutions of Cont. Cong, on trade 

of, 10. 411. 
Safety Com. to delegates in Cont. 

Cong, on arrival of Clinton with 

troops, 10. 428-429. 
salt imported from, 5. xlvi, 317, 322. 
seal for, 11. 211. 
seat of war, 0. 1280. 
secretary says Senecas will join 

Tuscaroras, 1. 861. 
sends flour and biscuit to N. C, 2. 



NEW YORK SYNOD 



196 



NEWBERN 



278-279; laws to C. C, 17. 515. 

share of sinking fund due from, 14. 
241-243. 

Sons of Liberty in, 7. 1. 

supports American cause, 10. 57. 

tax on forts, 5. 471, 473. 

time necessary for dispatches, 8. 
733. 

to emit paper, 18. 601. 

trade with, 5. xliii; considerable, 9. 
1148. 

troops of arrive in Va., 5. 129, 130; 
delayed, 5. 131; in Carthagena ex- 
pedition, 11. 42, 43; 15. 752; need 
officers, 5. 134; raised in, 9. 1249; 
sent to, 5. xxvii, 576, 1096; 9. 
1210; 11. 349, 353; to come to Va., 
5. 111. 

true to Amer. liberty, 9. 1143. 

Tryon asks for governorship of, 8. 
170; becomes gov., 7. iii, xxxiv; 
8. xiii, XXXV, 277, 498; sets out to, 
8. 626, 627. 

Vt. encroaches on, 16. 479._ 

votes to close Miss., 22. 901. 

wants duty, 16. 886; Federal capi- 
tal, 16. 813, 842, 877, 908. 
New York Synod, 5. 1214, 1215, 1218, 
1220, 1221, 1224, 1226; 7. 815, 848, 
859. 

sends missionaries to N. C, 5. 1199, 
1203. 
New York Volunteers, to be left in 
Camden, 1 5. 278. 

to invade N. C, 15. 261. 
Newall, John, army pay, 17. 235. 
Newark, Nicholas, army rank, 16. 

1127. 
Newbegun Creek, 1. 446; 2. 87, 88, 
214, 242; 22. 344; 23. 12. 

inspection at, 23. 641, 792; 24. 581; 
25. 313, 379. 

M. M. at, 1. 688, 813. 

Newballe, Lady, 19. 918. 

Newbern, Thos., army rank, 16. 1124. 

Newbern (New Bern, New Berne, 

Newberne, Nuborn, Newburn), 

1. 756, 981; 2. 27, 388, 588, 589; 3. 

xviii, 190, 429, 558, 584; 4. xvi, 60, 

72, 225, 240, 241, 243, 265, 274, 333, 

352, 361, 367, 372, 373, 384, 394, 

395, 418, 420, 437, 449, 454, 455, 

459, 500, 506, 618, 701, 751, 806, 

808, 876, 878, 914, 916, 917, 924, 

1048, 1074, 1090, 1099, 1102, 1105, 

1127 1138, 1139, 1165, 1171, 1172, 

1177, 1180, 1182, 1183, 1184, 1187, 



1189, 1190, 1191, 1192, 1193, 1194, 
1195, 1196, 1197, 1201, 1202, 1203, 
1204, 1205, 1206, 1207, 1208, 1209, 
1210, 1213, 1230, 1305 1306, 1345, 
1346; 5. iv, v, vii, xviii, 18, 23, 
24, 30, 33, 34, 89, 144rf, 144^, 147, 
151, 157, 195, 241, 255, 313, 328, 
334, 336, 341, 342, 343, 344, 345, 
347, 364, 367, 375, 420, 441, 442, 
445, 461, 462, 479, 485, 486, 519, 
560, 568, 570, 576, 585, 595, 601, 
602, 604, 615, 638, 649, 650, 665, 

683, 688, 737, 738, 739, 754, 760, 
761, 768, 782, 783, 788, 792, 793, 
800, 809, 810, 811, 820, 823, 827, 
899, 929, 930, 932, 934, 939, 942, 
944, 945, 955, 962, 963, 977, 983, 
984, 985, 1012, 1088, 1099, 1165; 6. 
1, 34, 41, 61, 95, 132, 211, 230, 234, 
243, 256, 257, 262, 264, 268, 273, 
274, 275, 276, 290, 295, 300, 326, 
339, 344, 345, 412, 417, 424, 427, 
488, 511, 513, 521, 562, 563, 594, 
601, 602, 604, 607, 608, 738, 739, 
745, 776, 859, 882, 883, 929, 950, 
956, 961, 1004, 1008, 1017, 1039, 
1047, 1060, 1066, 1068, 1069, 1128, 
1234, 1239, 1248, 1288, 1295, 1303, 
1313, 1318; 7. xxvi, xxxi, 5, 6, 11, 
12, 38, 39, 58, 59, 85, 86, 97, 102, 
103, 104, 107, 118, 126, 135, 144, 
146, 154, 158, 159, 160, 16Sf, 199, 
201, 219, 221, 241, 252, 254, 259, 
266, 267, 275, 279, 318, 393, 4i9, 
426, 427, 432, 434, 435, 437, 440, 
447, 451, 452, 493, 494, 497, 510, 
530, 531, 533, 535, 612, 615, 649, 
658, 670, 675, 676, 678, 680, 690, 
693, 750, 752, 834, 838, 859, 866, 
871, 872, 873, 876, 912, 923, 924, 
927, 935, 966, 967, 982, 985, 986, 
1001; 8. V, XXV, xlvii, 4, 37, 40, 71, 
85, 99, 118, 128, 132, 141, 143, 144, 
145, 150, 152, 153, 159, 166, 167, 
191, 192, 193, 210, 211, 217, 219, 
220, 226, 245, 248, 250, 254, 255, 
257, 259, 261, 268, 270, 272, 287, 
331, 376, 379, 440, 453, 484, 491, 
492, 493, 494, 495, 496, 498, 522, 
524, 525, 532, 539, 540, 544, 545, 
546, 551, 563, 574, 600, 602, 615, 
625, 626, 627, 631, 646, 648, 650, 
676, 678, 679, 680, 681, 682, 683, 

684, 685, 686, 687, 688, 689, 690, 
691, 692, 693, 694, 695, 696, 697, 
698, 699, 702, 703, 704, 705, 708, 
709, 710, 718; 8. iii, iv, v, vi, 



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xxxiv, xxxviii. 


4, 5 


9, 


13. 14 


, 16, 


506, 


508, 


509, 


524, 


533, 


539, 


542, 


19, 21, 24, 25, 


P. 


28, 29, 32 


. 33, 


543, 


555, 


581, 


584, 


585, 


589, 


592, 


36, 41, 48, 53, 


66, 71, 75, 78, 


107, 


598, 


600, 


601, 


602, 


615, 


623, 


625, 


133, 


136, 176, 


196, 


215. 


223, 


224, 


637, 


646, 


656, 


663, 


669, 


674, 


680, 


228, 


230, 236, 238. 


244, 


245, 


683, 


687, 


691, 


692, 


693, 


698, 


699, 


252, 


260, 263, 


268. 


271. 


277, 


283, 


710, 


718, 


719, 


728, 


730, 


734, 


737, 


292, 


304, 305, 307, 


311, 


317, 


740, 


742, 


743, 


745, 


746, 


747, 


759, 


324, 


333, 336, 337, 


341, 


343, 


760, 
789, 


763, 
799, 


764, 
801, 


774, 
802, 


775, 
805, 


778, 
809, 


787, 
810. 


346, 


347, 353, 


357, 


364, 


367, 


370, 


812, 


813. 


815. 


822. 


824, 


825; 


12. 


371, 


372, 373, 


380, 


385, 


403, 


407, 


iii, 55, 135, 149, 155 


, 214 


240, 


297, 


410, 


413, 417, 


419, 


426, 


429, 


431, 


307, 


308, 


340, 


358, 


386, 


395, 


401, 


432, 


444, 446, 


447, 


456, 


458, 


460, 


416, 


424, 


447, 


560, 


564, 


577, 


578, 


465, 


467, 468, 


496, 


501, 


505, 


507, 


585, 


589, 


602, 


620, 


623, 


627, 


675, 


511, 


514, 519, 


521, 


524, 


529, 


533, 


692, 


696. 


712, 


715, 


737, 


784, 


785, 


534, 


536, 537, 


539, 


541, 


550, 


551, 


786, 


841, 


842, 


860; 


13. 


5, 6, 


7, 9, 


552, 


556, 651, 


652, 


569, 


570, 


575, 


11, 


12, 13, 14 


15, 


16, 18, 19 


, 23, 


578, 


580, 587, 


594, 


595, 


598, 


611, 


25, 


27, 28, 29 


H, 


36, 43, 44 


, 45, 


612, 


613, 618, 


623, 


635, 


641, 


642, 


46, 


47, 49, 53 


54, 


63, 64, 66 


. 70, 


645, 


646, 651, 


655, 


659, 


665, 


668, 


71, 


72, 73, 74 


82, 


83, 85, 92 


, 93, 


669, 


671, 675, 


677, 


678, 


685, 


690, 


98, 


100, 


101, 


102, 


109, 


111, 


113, 


693, 


695, 697, 


698, 


709, 


713, 


733, 


114, 


118, 


119, 


120, 


121, 


122, 


123, 


742, 


750, 762, 


791, 


804, 


813, 


814, 


124, 


127, 


128, 


129, 


133, 


134, 


135, 


858, 


859, 872, 


874, 


878, 


883, 


888, 


138, 


139, 


140, 


141, 


142, 


144, 


147, 


893, 


897, 919, 


920, 


923, 


924, 


929, 


148, 


149, 


155, 


160, 


162, 


165, 


172, 


931, 


937, 943, 


944, 


945, 


948, 


958, 


1'74, 


176, 


181, 


182, 


185, 


194, 


198, 


967, 


969, 977, 


978, 


979, 


989, 


994, 


202, 


207, 


214, 


217, 


223, 


226, 


229, 


995, 


1006, 1008, 1009, 1014, 


1020, 


253, 


258, 


259, 


264, 


265, 


279, 


287, 


1026 


1027, 1030, 1050, 1055, 


1056, 


288, 


304, 


318, 


330, 


354, 


355, 


362, 


1057 


1061, 1071, 1073, 1078, 


1082, 


364, 


367, 


369, 


370, 


371, 


372, 


373, 


1083 


1097, 1114, 1116, 1125, 


1126, 


378, 


380, 


384, 


387, 


388, 


389, 


393, 


1132 


1134, 1143, 1145, 1146, 


1155, 


395, 


396, 


397, 


399, 


402, 


403, 


408, 


1164 


1166, 1172, 1174, 1177, 


1187, 


409, 


411, 


418, 


419, 


420, 


421, 


422, 


1196 


1198, 1202, 1205, 12D6, 


1211, 


424, 


425, 


448, 


449, 


450, 


454, 


456, 


1212 


1221, 1223, 1237, 1242, 


1254, 


459, 


462, 


463, 


468, 


471, 


477, 


482, 


1257 


; 10. vi, xiii, xxxi. 


xxxvii, 12, 


495, 


501, 


554, 


584, 


585, 


595, 


605, 


14, 16, 44, 45, 65, 84, 


91, 95, 105 


,116, 


612, 


655, 


660, 


688, 


690, 


691, 


701, 


117, 


153, 232, 


238, 


273, 


285, 


289, 


721, 


749, 


754, 


755, 


762, 


763, 


764, 


290, 


291, 321, 


324, 


336, 


339, 


351, 


803, 


807, 


808, 


821, 


822, 


855, 


863, 


353, 


354, 361, 


415, 


416, 


417, 


428, 


864, 


866, 


870, 


872, 


888, 


889, 


897, 


439, 


445, 459, 


461, 


462, 


463, 


464, 


908, 


948, 


955, 


962, 


963, 


977, 


981, 


465, 


474, 482, 


497, 


510, 


550, 


552, 


983, 


989, 


991, 


992; 


14. 


vi, vii, X, 


555, 


556, 614, 


621, 


629j 


630, 


632, 


25, 


31, 41, 69, 


85, 


93, 96, 100,106, 


634, 


635, 637, 


641, 


644, 


646, 


666, 


112, 


124, 


127, 


138, 


149, 


152, 


173, 


687, 


702, 707, 


718, 


728, 


745, 


787, 


-177, 


191, 


193, 


199, 


229, 


237, 


252, 


788, 


821, 825, 


826, 


831 


832, 


833, 


285, 


287, 


289, 


316, 


345, 


356, 


403, 


848, 


917, 926, 


947, 


948, 


954, 


955, 


436, 


440, 


445, 


451, 


452, 


453, 


457, 


974, 


977, 982 


, 1017, 1019, 


1024, 


461, 


472, 


473, 


474, 


476, 


478, 


494, 


1035 


1037, 1038, 1039; 


11. 7 


, xil, 


504, 


508, 


513, 


591, 


625, 


642, 


644, 


xix. 


239, 255, 


278, 


282, 


286, 


290, 


650, 


652, 


659, 


702, 


706, 


730, 


731, 


297, 


300, 310, 


312, 


314, 


315, 


342, 


736, 


738, 


739, 


751, 


753, 


756, 


779, 


356, 


359, 363, 


364, 


365, 


366, 


374, 


802, 


803, 


804, 


806, 


810, 


811, 


824, 


375, 


393, 397, 


407, 


408, 


409, 


410, 


827, 


831, 


835, 


836, 


837, 


840, 


841, 


412, 


413, 414, 


430, 


445 


447, 


449, 


843, 


844, 


846, 


850, 


851, 


853, 


862, 


452, 


453, 454, 


455, 


456, 


468, 


470, 


863, 


873, 


876; 


15. 


viii. 


1, 6, 


7, 8, 


473, 


474, 475, 


484, 


486, 


491, 


493. 


14, 


15, 19 


, 20, 


67, 68, 69 


70, 71, 78, 


11. 


494, 495, 496, 


498, 


500, 


90, 


98, 


114, 


127, 


128, 


129, 


131, 



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136, 


137, 


142, 


150, 


152, 


155, 


156, 


379, 


386, 395, 405, 406, 


422, 


429, 


159, 


160, 


165, 


188, 


193, 


194, 


217, 


431, 


450, 458, .491, 493, 


499, 


506, 


342, 


345, 


352, 


353, 


354, 


374, 


378, 


507, 


511, 530, 531, 540, 


555, 


556, 


379, 


380, 


facing 380 


, 382 


389, 


402, 


557, 


560, 563, 564, 569, 


576, 


634, 


403, 


417, 


467, 


488, 


518, 


544, 


565, 


635, 


637, 638, 681, 682, 


710, 


719, 


569, 


572, 


581, 


586, 


600, 


634, 


661, 


767; 


21. 19, 20, 36, 38, 53 


57, 


662, 


670, 


681, 


685, 


686, 


694, 


704, 


60, 


73, 76, 79, 80, 86, 


106, 


114, 


706, 


739, 


761, 


764, 


765, 


786, 


789, 


118, 


121, 122, 129, 137, 


149, 


186, 


16. 


vi, vii, 58 


, 79, 


81, 89., 98 


, 99, 


228, 


240, 248, 259, 261, 


274, 


307, 


110, 


122, 


124, 


127, 


128, 


129, 


131, 


323, 


326, 328, 333, 346, 


347, 


357, 


132, 


137, 


146, 


193, 


209, 


232, 


338, 


359, 


364, 386, 395, 410, 


411, 


505, 


395, 


409, 


449, 


451, 


474, 


475, 


477, 


516, 


529, 602, 610, 617, 


649, 


672, 


479, 


489, 


494, 


497, 


521, 


547, 


552, 


674, 


677, 681, 685, 710, 


713, 


717, 


572, 


584, 


599, 


625, 


667, 


691, 


682, 


719, 


743, 746, 749, 750, 


753, 


759, 


735, 


740, 


743, 


944, 


953, 


956, 


959, 


762, 


774, 783, 793, 797, 


807, 


812, 


963, 


995, 


1000, 


1199 


; 17 


. vii. 


viii. 


853, 


863, 885, 888, 893, 


894, 


895, 


91, 


105, 


106, 


108, 


110, 


111, 


126, 


897, 


901, 906, 915, 918, 


920, 


925, 


146, 


147, 


180, 


185, 


279, 


331, 


337, 


942, 


957, 966, 971, 1023, 1035, 1053; 


348, 


353, 


356, 


358, 


379, 


383, 


385, 


22. 


142, 167, 174, 269, 


290, 


299, 


386, 


388, 


400, 


403, 


404, 


415, 


427, 


322, 


323, 335, 388, 393, 


401, 


403, 


440, 


449, 


468, 


469, 


470, 


473, 


490, 


408, 


409, 414, 420, 422, 


424, 


425, 


503, 


504, 


546, 


564, 


567, 


594, 


595, 


426, 


427, 428, 432, 433, 


436, 


438, 


630, 


631, 


639, 


704, 


705, 


707, 


722, 


439, 


441, 442, 450, 456, 


457, 


458, 


725, 


727, 


731, 


741, 


783, 


785, 


786, 


459, 


462, 464, 469, 470, 


471, 


475, 


790, 


835, 


845, 


850, 


857, 


858, 


860, 


476 


477, 479, 482, 483, 


495, 


521, 


862, 


863,927, 928, 929,932,941 


,942, 


522, 


525, 526, 532, 544, 


545, 


553, 


954, 


957, 


960, 


963; 


18. 


34, 3S 


, 46, 


564, 


565, 577, 598, 599, 


600, 


601, 


47, 


54, 5£ 


, 65, 


72, 78, 88 


, 106, 


109, 


602, 


604, 605, 680, 687, 


739, 


741, 


114, 


121, 


129, 


■ 135, 


138, 


139, 


143, 


742, 


745, 746, 756, 757, 


761, 


762, 


158, 


196, 


197, 


210, 


216, 


221, 


267, 


765, 


775, 783, 784, 818, 


819, 


830, 


270, 


277, 


282, 


285, 


286, 


293, 


294, 


834, 


836, 838, 840, 847, 


849, 


851, 


304, 


312, 


316, 


321, 


326, 


329, 


335, 


853, 


855. 856, 858, 860, 


861, 


862, 


339, 


341, 


347, 


356, 


358, 


360, 


362, 


863, 


867, 875, 877, 878, 


879, 


880, 


363, 


366, 


368, 


369, 


379, 


380, 


388, 


893, 


894, 904, 905, 906, 


908, 


926, 


390, 


401, 


416, 


424, 


426, 


438, 


444, 


927, 


937, 938, 940, 948, 


952, 


960, 


446, 


447, 


459, 


461, 


468, 


470, 


477, 


961, 


962, 974, 976, 991; 23. 12 


, 98, 


497, 


505, 


519, 


520, 


534, 


607, 


626, 


222, 


230, 248, 270, 285, 


292, 


294, 


646, 


652, 


694, 


695, 


731, 


732, 


733, 


295, 


296, 331, 334, 349, 


364, 


366, 


734, 


735, 


749, 


750, 


798, 


803; 


19. 


375, 


378, 384, 391, 419, 


420, 


553, 


iv. 


30, 41, 48 


64, 


79, 80, 84 


, 85, 


630, 


667, 668, 675, 692, 


874, 


914, 


87, 


93, 125, 134, 14C 


, 144 


157, 


163, 


915; 


24. 24, 37, 50, 161, 


227, 


264, 


178, 


180, 


183, 


189, 


224, 


251, 


254, 


321, 


323, 333, 401, 424, 


427, 


444, 


257, 


278, 


283, 


286, 


301, 


303, 


313, 


468, 


484, 696, 749, 759, 


859, 


930, 


357, 


360, 


392, 


421, 


429, 


438, 


450, 


931; 


25. vi, 18, 66, 


253, 


256, 


480, 


552, 


563, 


628, 


661, 


672, 


698, 


491, 


492, 519(7, 519t-. 






754, 


763, 


775, 


777, 


792, 


796, 


800, 


accounts of public offices at, 5 


969. 


825, 


837, 


838, 


853, 


854, 


864, 


879, 


act for better settling, 23. 


110, 


334; 


881, 


882, 


890, 


949.; 


20. 


9, 13 


, 43, 


25. 


204-5; for church in 


, 23 


141- 


57, 


61, 70 


, 71, 


73, 78, 86, 


93, 94, 96, 


143, 


181-2, 189, 231-2, 336 


, 337 


338, 


99, 


100, 


105, 


110, 


115, 


117, 


131, 


365-6; for court, 25. 175 


, 286 


287, 


134, 


148, 


153, 


163, 


164, 


167, 


168, 


437 


for court dist., 25. 433-49; 


169, 


177 


, 178, 181, 


182, 


184, 


for 


C. H. in, 23. 546; 


25. 462-3; 


186, 


187 


, 189, 190, 


195, 


198, 


tor 


lottery for poor house. 


24. 


201, 


202, 


206, 


227, 


228, 


237, 


247, 


821-3; for public offices in 


25. 


248, 


250, 


255, 


275, 


282, 


283, 


309, 


181 


for school house in, 23 


631, 


334, 


339, 


344, 


345, 


352, 


353, 


354, 


678-80, 780, 15; 24. 607-9 


, 825 


25. 


359, 


360, 


362, 


363, 


367, 


368, 


373, 


484-5, 516; on navigation, 23 


127, 



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375-378; on palace, 23. 664-5, 
711-13; on public buildings in, 23. 
744-5, 832; 25. 275, 286, 287, 437; 
to amend acts regulating, 7. 989. 
to collect taxes in, 23. 832-3; to 
confirm lots in, 23. 364-365; to de- 
clare lots saved for public school 
disallowed, 8. 616; to establish 
maritime court in, 24. 686-8; to 
fence, 23. 304-308, 340; to finish 
C. H. in, 23. 508; 25. 401-2; to 
get list of taxables for, 23. 961-3 ; 
to improve navigation, 24. 875; 
to incorporate Epis. church, 25. 
35-6; to make it the capitol re- 
pealed, 6. xxiii; to save lots in 
disallowed, 8. 266, 276-277; 11. 
236; to regulate, 23. 141-3, 304-8, 
336, 340, 451-6, 480, 537, 864-5, 
916-8; 24. 152, 163, 240-7, 823-4; 
25. 239, 358-9, 402, 453, attendance 
of minister in, 23. 911; pilotage, 
24. 124-8, 167-8, 218, 316, 502-8, 
592; to secure titles in, 32. 304-8, 
340, 451-6; to sell public building 
lots, 23. 398; 25. 265-6; to vest 
lands in governor, 23. 708-11; lots 
in governor, 24. 823. 
action by Reed ment'd, 6. 554; of 
com. of safety in, 9. xxxvi; of 
militia in matter of regulators, 8. 
537. 
address to King to malie it the 
capitol, 8. 87S-876, 877-879, 927, 
930, 932-934, -946, 948-949, 953, 
958. 
admiralty ct. located at, 10. 634, 

640, 644. 
aids Boston, 9. xxxviii. 
ammunition in, 5. 576, 604. 
and location of capitol, 17. 143. 
arms removed from, 17. 665. 
asks to be made borough, 5. 812. 
assembly held in, 3. xviii; 4. 355- 
414, 470-534, 552-575, 615-620, 732- 
752, 770-791, 814-834, 838, 855-868, 
898-917, 971-1027, 1051-1073, 1256- 
1300, 1317-1348; 5. 37-77, 177-191, 
213-312, 495-559, 658-738, 829-925, 
998-1012, 1039-1101, 6. 85-114, 345- 
348-513, 893-965; 7. 41-88, 291- 
423, 549-670, 890-986; 8. 86-141, 
282-4796; 9. 101-226, 376-591, 706- 
788, 851-953, 1187-1205; 12. 265- 
452, 549-654; 17. 264-426; 19. 421, 
437, 400, 488, 717, 752, 774; 20. 
1; 23. 122, 129, 130, 146, 217, 244, 



268, 273, 285, 297, 310, 317, 335, 
337, 338, 339, 340, 342, 349, 351, 
352, 367, 387, 400, 419, 422, 440, 
475, 476, 483, 484, 489, 502, 503, 
510, 515, 516, 523, 533, 538, 550, 
611, 614, 619, 620, 660, 664, 666; 
678, 688, 708, 723, 752, 757, 759, 
784, 787, 850, 855, 872, 916, 920, 
928, 931, 961; 24. 1, 24, 36, 40, 43, 
113, 145, 154, 161, 162, 172, 190, 
204, 209, 211, 213, 214, 215, 217, 
241, 245, 246, 251, 253, 263, 265, 
266, 267, 269, 270, 276, 281, 283, 
295, 307, 311, 314, 316, 321, 327, 
352, 367, 384, 400, 412, 421, 448, 

449, 469, 472, 498, 506, 513, 516, 
521, 525, 533, 565, 586 607, 650, 
668, 710, 722, 732, 734, 781, 786, 
789, 790, 795, 796, 797, 800, 803, 
804, 813, 823, 825, 826, 844, 884, 
886, 892, 899, 901, 902, 903, 907, 
912, 946, 948, 949, 956, 958; 25. 
44, 45, 53, 56, 60, 78, 80, 81, 250, 
263, 274, 312, 313, 331, 345, 349, 
350, 361, 370, 391, 393, 405, 433, 

450, 459, 461, 468, 478, 494, 495, 
500, 509, 510, 511, 514, 518, 520; 
prorogued to, 4. 414, 999, 1040; 
to meet in, 7. 104-105; 10. 979; 
12. 234, 235, 260, 416, 447, 448; 
19. 185, 189, 311, 312. 

auctioneer for, 24. 559. 

beef coms'r and warehouse "for, 22. 
915. 

best place for capitol, 6. 1320; 7. 2. 

bill for beacons and buoys in chan- 
nel to, 4. 1321, 1334; for better 
regulation of, 6. 457, 458, 459, 
460, 468, 491-492, 494, 495, 497, 
499, 511; for bridge, 9. 408, 415, 
420, 422, 444, 446, 518, 519, 535, 
529, 537, 542, 544, 584, 586, 719, 
726, 761, 762, 775; for C. H. in, 
&c., 4. 403; 6. 644, 647, 650, 652- 
653, 660, 676, 685, 688, 689, 750; 
for jail, &c., 4. 403; 8. 352, 354, 
359, 360, 384, 402 403, 406, 414, 
416, 419-420, 422, 478, 555, 556, 
559, 564, 573, 575, 581, 582, 593, 
623, 668; for maritime court, 18. 
199, 399; 19. 446, 457, 484, 762, 
781, 790, 801, 826-827; for palace 
in, 7. 266, 304, 306, 307, 308, 320, 
338, 366, 370, 373, 376, 398, 420, 
431, 560, 563, 584, 585, 590, 592- 
593, 595, 596, 623, 625, 628, 668, 
669, 695; discussed in council, 7. 



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273; for school buildings, 6. 1105, 
1111, 1113, 1120, 1145, 1173, 1174, 
1177, 1182, 1192, 1196; 7. 266, 
303, 305, 309, 310, 316, 318, 339, 
354, 363, 365, 369, 380, 381, 391- 
392, 396, 420, 432, 433; 9. 386, 388, 
392, 442, 466, 468, 472, 474, 481, 
'483, 583, 658; on courts in, 21. 
225, 239, 396, 599; on taxation in 
19. 734; to alter time of courts, 
6. 642, 644, 646, 660, 667, 671, 676, 
679, 749; to amend acts regulat- 
ing, 7. 902, 949, 969-970; 9. 401, 
415, 428, 429, 432, 445, 505, 507, 
531, 549, 553, 554-555, 586, 659; 
to amend school act, 18. 38, 63, 
88, 267, 270, 293, 302; 19. 551, 
552, 558, 563, 592, 661; to devote 
lots to school, 7. 903, 905, 906, 
908, 921, 951, 953, 954, 956, 957, 
970, 978; to confirm lots, 4. 1266, 
1268, 1269, 1274, 1289, 1290, 1292, 
1295, 1300; to facilitate naviga- 
tion to, 4. 784, 785, 786; 18. 67, 
115, 132, 295, 329, 343, 355; to fin- 
ish church in, 4. 536, 537, 538, 
539, 540, 541, 549, 561, 563, 564, 
566, 567, 572, 787, 788, 789, 789, 
790, 791, 1264, 1273, 1282, 1288, 
1290, 1291, 1292, 1293, 1295, 1300; 
to finish C. H. in, G. 131, 168, 173, 
174, 175, 178, 184, 185, 188, 189, 
192, 200 ; to get list of taxables and 
to collect taxes, 8. 357, 358, 360: 
384, 413, 414, 418, 419, 421, 478; 
9. 728, 778, 784, 840, 843, 846, 861, 
888, 895, 897, 900, 904, 927, 1012; 
to incorporate manufacturers, 21. 
243, 256, 265, 307, 317, 621, 688, 
762, 813, 912, 915, 972; to make it 
the capitol;. 4. 1171, 1172, 1173, 
1175; to regulate, 4. 368, 511, 536, 
561, 976, 979, 980, 989, 993, 995; 
5. 672, 676, 677, 687, 710, 713, 
721, 722, 724, 725, 735, 879, 882, 
883, 888, 906, 908, 914, 915, 917, 
924; 7. 377, 598, 604, 613, 623, 
624, 629, 632, 641, 642, 651, 652, 
668, 669, 697; 9. 114, 123, 124, 
128, 136, 165, 193, 194, 206, 208, 
222, 256; 12. 191, 192, 197, 198, 
205, 207, 220, 255, 347, 361-362, 
365, 368, 378, 383, 593, 595, 686, 
700, 710, 726; 13. 357, 555, 567, 
598, 654, 668, 699, 703, 705; 18. 78, 
132, 308, 313, 328, 343, 356;21.243; 
to regulate attendance of minister 



at Christ Church, 9. 390, 396, 401, 
443, 478, 480, 494, 497, 505, 507, 
583, 658; to regulate elections, 8. 
459; to regulate pilotage, 12. 177, 
191, 193, 202, 205, 209-210, 254, 
346, 357, 365, 370, 377-378, 385, 
387, 452, 594, 600, 613, 617, 625- 
626, 654, 703, 704, 721, 732, 737; 
13. 356, 577, 594, 604, 681, 700, 
715; to regulate slaves, 17. 346, 
368-369, 382, 385, 414; to repeal 
act on 20. 132, 134, 139, 140, 173, 
310, 314, 320; to repeal part of 
act on, 21. 227, 235, 255, 596; to 
sell lot in, 5. 183, 184, 185, 186, 
187, 199, 201, 203, 204, 205, 206, 
208; 18. 155, 261, 379, 393; 20. 
360, 364; to sell palace in, 17. 
345, 356, 363, 424, 425; 18. 155, 
261; to sell public buildings, 20. 
248; to settle accounts for build- 
ing church, 4. 743; to vest lots in 
gov., 7. 565, 581, 592, 594, 595, 
601, 604, 607, 610-611, 623, 626, 
638, 641, 646, 647-648, 651, 668. 

Blythe opens school in, 13. 461. 

British and Tories in, 22. 565, 566, 
568-9; prisoners jailed in, 10. 631, 
672, 918; threaten, 15. 444, 782; 
17. 985; 22. 541. 

cannon granted to for defence, 14. 
323; in governor's yard cause 
trouble, 10. 41-43, 45; imported 
into, 10. 636; seized in, 10. x. 

capital fixed at, 4. 844; 5. 760-761; 
25. v; to be removed from, 4. 898. 

captured by Br., 15. 623-624; 16. 
viii. 

chancery court to meet in, 4. 206. 

charter not repealed and represent- 
ation in asaem., 6. 227, 228. 

Cogdell inspector, 7. 566. 

collector at, 6. 1023; 24. 552. 

coms'r to take charge of capital, 19. 
667. 

com. on state of public buildings, 
19. 87, 88. 

complaint against 'judges from, 18. 
143, 216-217, 369, 425, 478, 482. 

condemned as capital, 5. 705; 6. 1, 
669, 879. 

condition of Academy, 9. 6. 

contested elections from, 4. 384, 385, 
386, 387; 13. 919, 928-929. 

convention called to meet in, 9. xxx. 

corn exported from, 7. 225. 

council held in, 4. 61-63, 271-277, 



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331-333, 351-355, 439-448, 470-492 
700-701, 703-714, 759-770, 803-814 
852-855, 884-898, 945-971, 1032-1051 
1237-1255; 5. 30-33, 34-36, 174-175 
176-177, 488-48£(, 491-494, 653-655 
656-657, 810-29, 992-993; 6. 79-81 
332-340, 766-799; 7. 10-31, 34-35, 37 
39, 271-279, 532-535, 672-676, 870 
871, 872-874, 875-876; 8. 148-150, 
249-255, 258-260, 262, 268-270, 272 
480481, 490-493, 497-498, 499-502 
536-540, 543, 549-551, 623-626; 9 
3-4, 15-16, 24, 27-29, 52-53, 55-57 
66, 71, 75, 78, 228-230, 273-274, 293- 
295, 346, 372, 594-596, 601-607, 644, 
788-791, 830-831, 954-955, 981-983 
1018-1020, 1027-1030, 1041, 1132 
1133, 1136, 1144-1146, 1168, 1169 
1177-1178, 1207, 1211, 1215-1216^ 
1221, 1229. 

council of state meets in, 22. 906- 
9, 910-22, 926-9, 931-4, 947-8, 959 
62, 964-7. 

court act disallowed, 6. 700-701, 707, 
733. 

court for, 23. 256, 946, 947, 990. 

court house in, 23. 102. 

court of admiralty proposed for, 10. 
580. 

court proceeding at on trial of regu- 
lators, 8. 507-511. 

courts to be held in, 6. 168. 

Cox made custodian of capitol, 16. 
161, 163; 19. 115. 

Craik moves on, 15. 440. 

cruiser needed for, 7. 202. 

Davis supt. of public buildings, 20. 
571. 

defence of against regulators con- 
sidered, 8. 681-682, 684, 686, 687, 
688-690, 691, 694. 

DeGraffenried goes to, 1. 915; re- 
turns to, 1. 921, 923-924. 

discovery of magazine of Martin, 1 1 . 
255-256. 

distillery in, 8. xlvii, 154, 496. 

Dobbs on as proposed capital, 6. 967. 

eclipse in, 13. 450. 

effects of storm, 8. 72-75, 89, 92, 115, 
131, 159-160, 194. 

election frauds in, 3. 301; 4. 496. 

estimated cost of palace, 7. 542-543. 

evacuated by Br., 15. 626. 

first revisal printed at, 4. xiv. 

former name of, 1 . 933. 

fortified, 1. 949; against regulators, 
8. 501. 



founded, 1. 910, 922. 

frauds in election in, 5. 243, 244, 

245, 246; examined, 4. 499, 500. 
French agent for, 1 5. 366. 
French vessel arrives in, 13. 155. 
general court fixed at, 4. 1087; held 

in, 23. 256, 257, 261; should be at, 

4. 833. 
given representation in assembly, 

10. 1007. 
growing, 9. 281, 310, 637. 
Houston hanged and burned in 

effigy, 7, 125. 
Husband jailed in, 7. 743-744. 
illicit trade, 18. 681-683. 
income of school for 3 years, 9. 271- 

273. 
Incorporated, 6. 333-334. 
Indian war near, 1. 954. 
inspection at, 23. 641, 791; 24. 581; 

25. 313, 379. 
journals of Prov. Cong, held at, 10. 

649-477. 
land office opened at, 4. 53. 
lands of willed by Pollock, 22. 291. 
lauds Tryon and condemns regulat- 
ors, 10. 1019-25. 
letters from on loyalist uprising, 1 0. 

452; on war preparations, 10. 243. 
loan office opened in, 13. 362; to be 

established in, 24. 130. 
location, 5. 204. 

mail route from, 5. 684, 731-732. 
manufactory of pot and pearl ashes 

in, 9. 270. 
Martin on excitement over war 

stores, 1 0. 273 ; on school troubles 

in, 9. 304-306; proc. of ontaking 

cannon in, 1 0. 145. 
members In assem., 3. 285, 288, 289, 

562, 635; 4. 115, 493, 733, 773, 815, 

1154, 1170, 1231; 5. 53, 54, 232, 256, 

522, 529, nil; 6. 77, 135, 363, 662. 

672 673, 801, 894, 1150, 1260; 7. 

284, 343, 473; 8. 303; 9. 448, 734, 

1188, 1196; 12. 656; 13. 645, 785, 

914; 16. 2, 29; 17. 265, 715, 878; 

18 '227, 269-270, 817; 19. 234, 334, 

489, 718; 20. 120; 21. 3, 195, 872, 

885, 890. 
members in Conv. 1788 and 89, 22. 

4, 39. 
members in Prov. Cong., 9. 1042, 

1179; 10. 166, 501, 505, 915. 
memorial to Tryon on school, 7. 35- 

36. 
militia gathering in, 15. 639; or- 



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ganization of, 10. 196, 205, 285, 
287, 291, 471, 518, 530, 539, 558, 559, 
563, 564, 577, 579, 584; stationed at, 
10. 456-457; to assemble at, 15. 
632; to be dismissed, 10: 475; to 
beordered out, 5. 11. 

newspaper in, 16. 1000; 17. 128. 

no money tor public buildings, 4. 
1292. 

nom. for capital, 16. 90; 22. 29; as 
place for assembly, 12. 59, 65; 17. 
311, 337; 19. 578, 587, 623, 645; 

20. 29, 49, 198, 207, 373, 388, 518; 

21. 64, 215, 282, 585, 630, 773, 778, 
818, 822, 827, 830, 927, 935, 987, 991, 
997, 1001. 

note on act to encourage, 3. 193. 
number members in assem., 5. 87; 

ships entering at, 5. 314. 
on post route, 7. 149, 413, 454, 455. ' 
oyer and t. ct. to be held in, 5. 569- 

570. 
palace in quoted, 16. 910. 
Palatines return to, 1. 957. 
petitions for and against paper 

money, 17. 349; for relief, 8. 131. 
plan of to be authenticated, 13. 613, 

727, 728; of town adopted by as- 
sembly, 5. 1078. 
post from, 5. 1038, 1101; 6. 1058. 
powder in, 12. 559, 662; removed 

from, 22. 940. 
preparation for trial of regulators, 

8. 696. 
press set up in, 23. 314. 
prison guarded against reguators, 8. 

683-684. 
prisoners confined in, 14. 333, 697. 
privateers bring prizes into, 11. 416; 

fitted out from, 10. 637, 638, 788, 

831-837; 11. xx; 13. iv; 15. 686;' 

make prize, 14. 748; rendezvous 

at, 14. iv. 
proceedings of court in to try regu- 
lators, 8. 528-32. 
property confiscated in, 16. 333. 
Prov. Cong, held in, 9. 1028, 1029, 

1030, 1038. 1041-1049, 1107, 1177. 
provision for preservation of public 

records in, 7. 963-964; for prison 

in, 5. 567-568. 
provisions removed from, 14. 92, 

96-97; sent to, 1. 951-952. 
public offices fixed at, 23. 252-267, 

339, 348. 
public stores removed from, 12. 422- 

423; to be removed from, 14. 490. 



quit rents paid at, 4. 186, 205, 400, 
401; 25. 217. 

reception of French treaty in, 13. vi. 

records to be kept in, 4. 1024, 1025; 
removed to, 8. 371, 389, 392, 399, 
440-441, 445, 452, 480; to be re- 
moved from, 6. 767-768; to be re- 
moved to, 7. 9, 259, 529. 

regulators in, 7. xxxii; to be jailed 
in, 7. 742-743; to be tried in, 8. 
495. 

report on palace in, 8. 7-8. 

represented in assem., 3. xiv; 23. 
79, 251, 980. 

request that it be made the capital, 
6. xxiv-xxv. 

rescue of Husband from threatened, 

8. 494-495, 497-498, 500-501. 
results of removel of capital, 6. 580. 
rioting in over enlistments, 13. 142- 

143. 
Safety Com. of, 10. 212; C. of S. to 
on need of powder, etc., 1 1 . 308- 
309; 11. 312; proceedings, 10. 105, 
115-116, 137-138n, 139-140, 152, 158, 
233, 234, 271, 417; to Wilmington 

5. C. on fasting and prayer day, 
etc., 10. 65-66; Wilmington S. C. 
to on public affairs, 10. 73-74. 

salt in, 14. 493; sold in, 12. 101; 

to be sold, 12. 244-245, 425, 426, 

431, 433. 
school in, 6. 1048; 7. 98, 104, 458; 

9. 310; 13. 335-336; 14. 128; 
school bill noticed, 8. 6; school 
house used by assembly, 9. 590; 
school trouble in, 9. 244, 281, 317, 
318. 

seat of gov't, 7. xx. 

selected as most eligible for capital, 

6. 832, 835. 

settled by Palatines and Swiss, 8. 

728. 
sickness in, 17. 186. 
site bought from King Taylor, 1. 

932. 
size of public buildings in fiixed, 4. 

1062-1063. 
smallpox in, 13. 792; 14. vi, 66, 77, 

86, 96, 296, 302; 15. 443, 600; 

24. 333. 
stamp act in, 7. ix. 
stores to be removed from, 1 5. 455. 
subscriptions taken to aid Boston, 9. 

1116. 
supreme ct. to be held in, 5. 259. 
threatened by British, 14. vii, 105, 



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125, 128; 15. 214; 16. 594, 601; 
by regulators, 8. 260, 262 ; 22. 408, 
409, 410. 

time of courts, 5. 666. 

Tomlinson on school troubles In, 9. 
245-248. 

trade to, 13. iv; of Increases, 7. 499; 
to be protected, 10. 352. 

troops stationed at, 10. 243. 

troubles in recruiting, 13. 144-145, 
156; to get accomodations, 4. 1166. 

Tryon offers to pay wine licence for, 
7. 128; on palace in, 7. 442. • 

unsafe for salt, 14. 495. 

vendue master for, 18. 172, 174, 
178, 189, 391, 397, 398, 413, 420; 
elected, 20. 523, 538; 21. 70, 91. 

visited by regulators, 8. 546. 

voting place in, 2. 214. 

Whitlield in, 6. 1060-1. 

yellow fever in, 7. 154. 
Newbern, bark, arrives in port, 13. 36. 
Newbern (parole), 22. 873. 
Newbern Academy, act to incorporate, 

24. 607-9, 825. 
Newbern and Edenton division, to 

elect representative, 25. 1-3. 
Newbern brigade, officers for, 10. 625- 

626. 
Newbern Circuit Court, clerk for, 23. 

254. 
Newbern distr'ct, 7. 486, 690; 8. iv, 
508, 528, 529, 530, 689; 10. 187, 
193, 214, 345, 463, 581, 925; is! 
141, 319, 363, 414, 416, 419, 643, 
683, 684, 752, 897; 14. vii, 4, 41, 
111, 326, 338, 407, 436, 459; 15. 
151, 358, 435, 449, 453, 461, 495, 530, 
586, 649, 686; 16. 119, 123, 157, 172, 
210, 285, 291, 395, 448, 451, 494, 
536, 545, 550, 702, 703, 705, 708, 718, 
743, 959; 17. vii, 107, 277, 278, 303, 
387, 649, 679, 680, 692, 693, 710, 760, 
772, 774, 823, 857, 859, 941, 960; 
18. 60, 165, 169, 195, 387, 394, 395, 
419, 427, 804; 19. 34, 51, 73, 77, 
108, 119, 122, 123, 133, 145, 147, 
157, 166, 185, 188, 196, 201, 202, 209, 
223, 259, 264, 271, 297, 311, 317, 
318, 328, 339, 370, 443, 444, 475, 477, 
478, 550, 628, 638, 650, 679, 689, 711, 
760, 769, 782, 835, 838, 910; 20. 
5, 52, 78, 89, 248, 395, 440, 454, 472, 
548, 564; 21. 173, 289, 301, 384, 413, 
416, 516, 639, 643, 663, 676, 685, 
721, 848, 1022, 1031, 1039, 1040, 
1047, 1056; 22. 545-6, 844, 846, 953, 



953, 962, 963; 23. 670, 688, 705, 
820, 821, 822, 872, 874, 962, 990, 
991; 24. 37, 48, 50, i32, 161, 227, 
244, 273, 290, 749, 813, 890; 26. 52. 

act for public buildings in, 23. 744- 
5, 832; for store in, 24. 323; for 
tax for public buildings, 24. 522, 
699; on jurors, 23. 575; 25. 422; 
to alter time of court, 23. 545-6; 
24. 664-8; to put into Eastern 
riding, 25. 65-7. 

aid not to be expected from, 14. 458. 

bad behavior of, 15. 423. 

bill for jail for, 7. 555, 556, 559, 564, 
573, 575, 581, 582, 593, 623, 668; 
for tax in, etc., 21. 285, 293, 316, 

638, 688; for tax for jail, 21. 843, 
856, 1004, 1016, 1019, 1028; for pub- 
lic buildings, 19. 423, 457, 473, 
751, 754, 800, 817; to alter time of 
court, 19. 470, 817-818; 21. 248, 
322-3, 610, 793, 797, 812, 957, 966, 
998 ; to repair public buildings, 1 9. 
159, 160, 189, 202, 277, 279, 313, 
316, 328. 

bond of clerk, 7. 677-678. 

brig. gen. elected for, 13. 754, 755, 

756, 807, 808, 811; 17. 412-413, 415; 

20. 100, 103. 
coms'r for on confiscation, 24. 662; 

on exports, 10. 473-474; on pen- 
sions, 24. 736; on provisions, 15. 

200. 
confiscated property to be sold, 18. 

191, 223. 
counties included in, 15. 377; 23. 

692. 
district auditors for, 24. 373, 387, 

423. 
draft from, 15. 494; 22. 553. 
established for judicial purposes, 23. 

550-63. 
extent, 7. 477. 

horses impressed, 17. 939-940. 
judges for, 12. 109; 22. 907. 
jurors for, 23. 575. 
members of Council of Safety for, 

10. 619. 
militia officers and troops from, 24. 

340, 341; ordered out, 16. 34-35; 

organization of, 10. 625-626, 629, 

639, 643, 687, 694, 944; 11. xi, xix; 
24. 1-5, 190, 358; return of, 22. 
1022; to be raised, 17. 698, 776, 
777. 

money from for Cont. Line, 24. 567. 
navigation coms'r for, 24. 403. 



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204 



NEWBY, THOMAS 



ofHcers for, 12. 100, 103, 109; 16. 
148, 167, 168, 169, 175; 18. 449, 
458; for troops, 10. 518. 
orders tor, 16. 635. 
Prov. Council for, 10. 214, 283, 350, 

414. 
provisions in to be sold, 24. 394. 
report on sales of confiscated prop- 
erty in, 21. 155. 
Safety Com. of organized and duties, 
10. 208, 215; proceedings, 10. 414- 
417, 423, 444-445, 451, 456-457, 459- 
465, 472. 
threatened, 16. 25. 
time of ct, 7. 605, 643. 
treasurer for, 13. 765-766; 18. 804, 
806, 817; 24. 259; to report on 
public money, 13. 847, 849, 940. 
troops located in, 10. 878; of to 
stay in N. C, 24. 405; to be 
raised in, 24. 155-6, 157, 199, 369, 
372, 415, 
Newbern Gazette, 9. 1041; 17. 425. 
Newberry, John, enters caveat, 6. 635. 
Newberry, Jos., petition on separation, 

22. 705-8. 
Newberry, Thomas, army pay, 17. 235. 
Newberry, Wm., regulator, 8. 79. 
Newberry, Wm., Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 
Newberry District, S. C, Lutheransin, 

8. 778. 
Newbey. See Newby. 
Newbey, Jacob, in militia, 22. 353. 
Newbey, Jas., in militia, 22. 353. 
Newbey, Jos., in militia, 22. 353. 
Newbey, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 353. 
Newbey, Thos., in militia, 22. 353. 
Newbey, Thos., in militia, 22. 365. 
Newbould, Wm., a J. P., 17. 922. 
Newbry, Robert, army pay, 17. 235. 
Newburgh, N. Y. (?), 16. 813. 
Newburn, John, in army, 15. 718. 
Newbury, Capt,, dead, 15. 757. 
Newbury, Wm., asks aid for S. C, 2. 

196-199. 
Newby. See Newbey. 

Newby, , law suit, 1. 587. 

Newby, Sergt., carries ammunition to 

Hillsboro, 15. 471. 
Newby, Benj., quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Newby, Elizabeth, imported, 1. 651. 
Newby, Frances, allowance to, 13. 911. 
pensioned, 19. 82, 83. 
resolve in favor of, 16. 124, 125. 
Newby, Francis, quit rents of, 22. 250, 
253. 



Newby (Nuby), Gabriel, 1. 590-1. 
attorney, 1. 489, 532. 
buys, 1. 652; and sells land, 1. 489, 

523. 
lias orphans bound to him, 1. 577. 
in Gary rebellion, 1. 806, 807. 
petitions for land, 2. 226. 
proves letter of att'y, 1. 490; will, 

1. 490. 
road overseer, 1. 550. 
witness, 1. 532. 
Newby, Gab., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Newby, Henry W., petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-11. 
Newby (Nuby), James, buys land, 1. 
577, 609. 
imports persons, 1. 651. 
sells land, 1. 577. 
Newby, James, exempted, 4. 497. 
Newby, James, imported, 1. 651. 
Newby, Jas., quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Newby, Jesse, applies for marriage 

licences, etc., 11. 426, 429. 
Newby, Jesse, quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Newby (Nuby), John, buys, 1. 651. 
Newby, John, imported, 1. 651. 
Newby, John, resists impressment, 2. 

56. 
Newby, Joseph, drafted Quaker, 13. 

274-275, 289, 290. 
Newby, Jos., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Newby, Magdalen, imported, 1. 651. 
Newby, IVIark, act to vest slaves in 
heirs of, 25. 100. 
certificate to drafted Quakers, 13. 

275. 
frees slaves and bill to vest same 
in heirs, 21. 761, 762, 768, 813, 914, 
923, 966, 981, 1004, 1020. 
presents address to assembly, 9. 176. 
Newby, Mary, quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Newby, IVlary (widow), quit rents of, 

22. 253. 
Newby, IVIathew, army rank, 16. 1127. 
Newby, Matthew, army pay, 17. 236. 

army rank, 16. 1127. 
Newby, Sam., quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Newby, Sam,, quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Newby, Sam., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Newby, Sarah, sells land, 1. 577. 
Newby, Thos., certificates to, 13. 274- 
275. 
presents address to assembly, 9. 176- 
177. 
Newby, Thomas, claims allowed, 6. 

742. 
Newby, Thos., in militia, 22. 375. 



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205 



NEWELL, NATHAN 



Newby, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 523. 
Newby, Thos., road inspector, 24. 299. 
Newby, Whaley, petition on separat- 

iion, 22. 705-11. 
Newby (Nuby), Wm., buys, 1. 613. 
Newby, Wm., certificate to drafted 

Quakers, 13. 275. 
Newby's Point, act on ferry, 23. 419, 

475, 594, 752-3; 25. 311-12, 348, 

369, 479-80. 
bill for ferry at, 5. 271, 272, 274, 275, 

279, 291, 293, 295, 296, 297, 300-301, 

310, 834, 835, 836, 839, 840, 842, 

853, 855, 856, 862, 863, 866; B. 852, 

854, 855, 856, 861, 891, 917, 920, 
921, 924, 928-929, 939; 7. 561, 562, 
587, 651. 

ferry from, 23. 893, 896. 
Newcassie, 7. 855. 
Newcastle, Holies, Duke of, 3. 49, 85, 

87, 128, 133, 496, 501, 502, 534, 630; 

4. 23, 201; 5. 561. 
address on Everard transmitted to, 

3. 25. 
advised of frauds in lands, 3. 528. 
at council, 2. 680, 732. 
Board of Trade to on appointment of 

Johnston, 3. 439; on instructions, 

3. 86; on Everard's sale of land, 3. 

83; on Indian affairs, 3. 345; on 

Johnston's instructions, 3. 497- 

498; on seal, 3. 120. 
Burrington to on failure to get his 

pay, and its results, 3. 625; on 

public affairs, 3. 142-156, 437-438, 

626-627, 628-629. 
case of Rice, Ashe and Montgomery 

against Burrington, 3. 356-368. 
complaints to, 3. 240, 249; against 

Everard, 3. 62, 64, 126; against 

Lovick, 3. 205. 
Dunbar to on nature and value of 

office of escheator, 4. 208. 
Everard to on illegal land warrants, 

etc., 3. 18-20; letters from ment'd, 

3. 31, 61-62, 63, 64, 74-75, 101. 
Johnston to on raising soldiers, 4. 

421; on S. C. affairs, 3. 393 394. 
letter on Lord Carteret's share, 4. 

639. 
letters to and from ment'd, 3. 64, 

395, 461; 4. 555, 585, 674, 797. 
memorial of Burrington to, on Smith, 

3. 373-375. 
on proposed treaty with Cherokees, 

3. 129. 
places in N. C. in gift of, 3. 80. 



proprietors seal sent to, 4. 214 
report on boundary survey sent to, 
3. 1; on N. C. to be sent to, 3. 137, 
138, 277, 315-316, 317. 
sends complaints against Everard to 

Board of Trade, 3. 126. 
to Board of Trade on appointment of 
Burrington, 3. 65-6, 124; of John- 
ston, 3. 438; on transmitting Poi't- 
er's letter, 3. 81. 
to prepare instructions for King's 
signature, 3. 500; warrant for 
Johnston's ;commisBion, 3. 475: 
warrant for seal, 3. 80. 
Webber and others to on proposed 

charter, 3. 498-499. 
Yorke to on transfer of C. to King, 
2. 769-770. 
Newcastle, Holies, Duke of, 7. 229; 9. 
1092; 11. 78, 79. 
appoints Hall chief ■ justice, 11. 74. 
Blakeney to on Carthagena expedi- 
tion, 15. 752. 
Board of Trade to on instructions to 

Horsey, 11. 30. 
commissions of Moseley, Wheatley, 

11. 101, 110. 
letters to on Carthagena expedition, 
11. 42, 43, 44; on recruits, 15. 753. 
notifies Board of Trade of release of 
1-8 of C. to Carteret and surrend- 
er of 7-8 to King, 11. 79. 
signs commissions of Germain, Mont- 
gomerie. Rice and Smith, 11. 7, 
8, 9, 18; of Rutherford, 6. 757. 
to retire with pension, 5. 447. 
Newcastle, Thomas, Duke of. Porter 
to on blank land warrants, etc., 3. 
51-52; on warrants and surveys of 
land, 3. 17-18. 
Newcastle, Robert, sends commission 

to Rice, 3. 414. 
Newcastle, Del., 18. 683. 
Newcastle, Eng., DeGraffenried leaves 

from, 1. 911. 
Newcastle House, 6. 12; 9. 83. 
Newcomb, Thos., printer, 1. 634. 
Newcomer, act to relieve from levies, 

23. 3. 
Newel, Bell, in militia, 22. 263. 
Newel, Frances, in militia, 22. 396. 
Newel, Jno., in militia, 22. 396. 
Newel, Wm., in militia, 22. 396. 
Newell, Mr., and Indian affairs, 22. 

999, 1000, 1001. 
Newell, Jno., army rank, 16. 1126. 
Newell, Nathan, army rank, 16. 1126.. 



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206 



NEWPOET NEWS, VA. 



Newell, Samuel, a J. P., 22. 719. 
Newens, Wm., and grant to, 4. 677. 
Newfound Church, 5. 1190. 
Newfoundland, 3. 64; 7. 459; 9. 34S; 

10. 322. 
colony on, 1. 225. 

exports from Wilmington to be 

stopped, 9. 1285. 
fisheries of, 3. xvi, 50. 
fishery on coast of stopped, 9. 1186; 

on Grand Banks allowed, 16. 750- 

751, 758; 17. 6, 7. 
in vice admiralty dist. of Halifax, 

11. 218. 

may import salt direct, 1. 501. 
no vessel to load for, 9. 1281. 
trade with to cease, 10. 12. 
Newfoundland (estate), 2. 524. 
Newgate Prison, 3. 19; 9. 816. 
Culpepper confined in, 1. 332. 
inmates of in N. C, 1 . 767. 
names of regulators inserted in cal- 
endar of, 9. 274. 
prisoners of to be transported, 1. 
477-478. 
Newgate Street, London, 6. 563. 
Newham, Francis, army rank, 18. 1126. 
Newham, Francis, army rank, 16. 

1127. 
Newington, 11. 397, 483, 484, 485, 497, 
572, 587, 597, 614, 616; 13. 28, 29, 
30, 39, 42, 54, 59, 60, 79, 80, 81, 116, 
141, 331, 373, 387; 14. 74, 96, 163, 
198, 203; 15. 685; 16. 958; 20. 
748; 21. 461; 22. 904, 905. 
Newkirk, Bryant, witness for Devane, 

15. 787. 
Newlan, Maurice, signs Cumberland 

Co. Ass'n, 10. 29-30. 
Newland, James, quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Newlin (Newland), James, petition, 
21. 285, 297, 359, 682, 694. 

Newman, , petition on salt and 

answer, 14. 444-445. 
Newman, Capt., 5. 161. 
Newman, Capt., resigns, 22. 314. 
Newman, Andrew, chairman Safety 

Com. of Salisbury, 10. 760. 
Newman, Dr. Anthony, 20. 263. 
coms'r on buildings, 24. 149, 693, 
844; on pension claims, 24. 736; 
on school, 24. 690. 
in assembly, 16. 2, 3, 33, 49, 153, 156, 
165, 167; 19. 23, 135, 208, 234, 235, 
239, 263, 274, 282, 295, 299, 324, 
334, 335, 354, 388, 395; on com. of 
assem., 16. 46. 



nom. for C. of S., 21. 386, 703. 
pay to, 22. 850. 

petition, 19. 594, 600, 655, 658; in 
matter of Dunn and Boote, 10. 
136. 
surgeon general, 7. 829. 

Newman, Edwd., army rank, 16. 1127. 

Newman, Geo., takes oath, 22. 175. 

Newman, John, land grant dealyed, 4. 
1241. 

Newman, John, law suits, 2. 84, 102. 

Newman, John, officer, 22. 702. 

Newman, Joseph, army pay, 17. 235. 
army rank, 16. 1127. 

Newman, Nathaniel, in Indian war, 
10. 759. 

Newman, Reuben, army rank, 16. 
1123. 

Newman, Reuben, in army, 15. 730. 

Newman, Richard, resurvey granted 
to, 4. 961. 

Newman, Thos., act to emancipate 
slave of, 25. 37. 

Newman, Wm., exempted, 6. 154. 

Newnam (Newname), Rev. Mr., 2. 
585; 25. 183. 
soon dies, 2. 531. 

Newnam, Thos. witnesses will, 22. 
297. 

Newnan, John, building coms'r, 24. 
523. 

Newota, signs treaty, 17. 585. 

Newport, Jas., army rank, 16. 1124. 

Newport, Wm. W., petition on sepa- 
ration, 22. 705-8. 

Neivport, Nicholas, takes oath, 22. 
173. 

Newport, Peter, takes oath, 22. 172. 

Newport, Wm. W., petition on sepa- 
ration, 22. 705-8. 

Newport, 18. 571. 
bill for ease of militia of, 12. 180, 
181, 212, 213, 225, 227, 254, 346- 
347, 354, 388, 391, 404; 8. 358. 
petition on salt works at, 12. 284. 

Newport (Tyrrell Co.), act to estab- 
lish, 25. 34-5. 

Newport, R. I., 5. 1164; 14. 567; 15. 
706 (?). 
British retire to, 13. 211; 22. 977, 
978. 

Newport, schooner, 18. 566. 

Newport Channel, inspection at, 23. 
641. 

Newport Chapel, 7. 99. 

Newport News, Va., battle near, 17. 
992. 



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NEWTON 



Newport Parish, Va., 1. 661. 
Newport River, 2. 302; 4. 1040; 5. 
345; 6. 326, 565, 608, 1048; 23. 
221. 
chapel on, 6. 266. 
salt works on, 10. 986, 988. 
News, method of transmission, 8. 

1229-1239. ■ 
Newsbrook, 2. 306. 
Newsbury, 11. 803. 
Newsom, Aaron, army pay, 17. 236. 

army rank, 16. 1126. 
Newsom, Amos, petitions for repeal of 

tax on free negroes, 6. 982-983. 
Newsom, Bootlie, army pay, 17. 235. 
army rank, 16. 1126. 
in Davidson's Co., 14. 294. 
recfeives pay for soldiers, 17. 235. 
Newsom, Darby, army pay, 17. 236. 
Newsom, Natheirid, army rank, 16. 

1126. 
Newsom, Randal, in militia, 17. 1060. 
Newsom, Randolpli, army rank, 16. 

1127. 
Newsom, Robert, army pay, 17. 235. 

army rank, 16. 1126. 
Newsom, Thos., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Newsome, Jacob, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Newson, Aaron, army rank, 16. 1126. 
Newson, Joel, juror, 4. 521. 
Newson, Rand I., army raank, 16. 

1124. 
Newspapers, 20. 251, 268, 282, 605; 
21. 863, 867, 999. 
and pamphlets, sent to, N. C, 1 0. 86, 
in Charleston, 17. 128. 
in Hillsboro, 17. 491. 
in Newbern, 16. 1000; 17. 128. 
in 1753, 5. 36. 

in Wilmington, 11. 786; 22. 572. 
littleness of, 19. 976-977. 
proposal to establish, 15. 647. 
scarcity of, 15. 17. 
sent by Penn, 10. 450. 
sent to N. C, 10. 721. 
Newsum, J no. in militia, 22. 282. 
Newton, IVIr., deputy ass't P. M. G., 

15. 247. 
Newton, Benjn., pensioner, 22. 79. 
Newton, Chrlstlian, tried for larceny, 

2. 821, 826-827. 
Newton, Donnham, to export goods to 
secure arms and ammunition, 10. 
339. 
Newton, Edwd., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Newton, Edwd., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Newton, Geo., takes oath, 22. 177. 



Newton, George, voter, 15. 237. 
Newton, Isaac, petition, 16. 69; 19. 

40, 41. 
Newton, Jesse, army rank, 16. 1126. 
Newton, John, pay to, 22. 485. 
Newton, John, pay to, 22. 491. 
Newton, Jos., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Newton, Levi, receives clothing, 16. 

619. 
Newton, Levy, army rank, 16. 1126. 
Newton, Patrick, army pay, 17. 235. 

army rank, 16. 1127. 
Newton, Stephen, army pay, 17. 235. 
Newton, Thos., in militia, 22. 383. 
Newton, Thos., to be att'y gen. 1. 

464. 
Newton, error for Newington, 13. 42. 
Nevrton (Newtown, New Town), 4. t. 
216, 372, 373, 464, 465, 502, 607; 
23. 292. 
act to erect into town and call Wil- 
mington, 23. 133-135, 146, 335, 
445-447; repealed and to be re- 
enacted, 5. 92, 116, 405-407; should 
be repealed, 5. 151; to incorpor- 
ate, 22. 263. 
bill to change name to Wilming- 
mington, 4. 235; to erect into 
Wilmington, 4. 482, 483, 485, 492, 
511, 512, 513, 515; to establish 
courts at, 4. 510. 
chancery court fixed at, 4. 441. 
complaints of double voting on bill 
to change name to Wilmington, 
4. 448-453, 462, 482, 483, 485, 486- 
487. 
council held at, 4. 48-53, 216-222 271 
277-281, 328-331, 333-336, 342-350* 
850, 852. 
Court of Exchequer to be held at, 
4. 44; court of oyer and terminer 
to be held at, 4. 45, 218, 335. 
erected and advantages, 4. 418. 
land office to be opened at, 4. 40. 
opposition to act to change name to 

Wilmington, 4. 612. 
petition from, 4. 43; for location of 

courts at, 4. 509-510. 
prisoners condemned at o. & t. ct. 

4. 337. 
quit rents payable at, 4. 187, 205, 

400, 401; 25. 218. 
See also Wilmington. 
Newton, 8. 732, 751, 754. 
Newton, act to change name to 
Wadesboro, 24. 949. 
bill to change name to Wadesboro, 



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NICHOLS, JACOB 



20. 156, 159, 174, 177, 185, 339, 352, 
377. 
See also Wadesboro. 
Newton Church, history, 8. 750, 752. 
Newtonian Principles, 19. 925. 
Niagara, 5. 428, 430, 431, 433, 434, 464, 
568. 
fort needed at, 5. 465, 467, 468, 476. 
French fort at, 5. 222. 
not surrendered, 17. 588. 
proposed attack on, 5. 11. 
to be attacked, 5. 400. 
Niagara Falls, 5. 385; 16. 924. 
Niagara Fort, 5. 464; 10. 780, 781. 
Niagara River, 5. 464. 
N'icols. See Nichols. 
NIcols (Nicholson?), Samuel, imports 

persons, 1. 394. 
Ni ceo I son. See Nicholson. 
Niccolson (Nicholson?) Chistopher, 

imported, 1. 394. 
Niccolson, Hannah, imported, 1. 394. 
Niccolson, Samuel, imported, 1. 394. 
Nicely, Wm., land to, 24. 629-30. 
NIchals, David, in militia', 22. 352. 
Nichals, Hennery, in militia, 22. 352. 
Nichelston, James, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Nichola, Lewlis, petition of ment'd, 17. 

570. 
Nicholas. See Niokolas. 
Nicholas, slave, sells powder, 10. 159. 
Nicholas, Mr., furnishes information 

on keeping pubic accounts, 8. 152. 
Nicholas, Arch., land grant to, 4. 217. 

opposes land grant, 4. 963. 
Nicholas, C, J. P., 18. 413. 
Nicholas, George witnesses account of 

Miller, 1. 267. 

Nicholas (Nickolas), George, appears 

before assembly for petitioners, 5. 

201. 

atty gen. and sick, 5. 515-16, 553-54. 

enters caveat on sale of Spanish 

wrecks, 4. 1251. 
land grant to," 4. 948, 1241, 1248, 
letter of ment'd, 5. 649. 
nominated for treasurer, 4. 1058, 

1059, 1060. 
rights proved, 4. 1036. 
to Dobbs on state of atty general- 
ship, 5. 347-350. 
Nicholas, Geo., army rank, IB. 1123. 
Nicholas, Hancock, army rank, 16. 

1196. 
Nicholas, Jacob, on Rowan S. C, 10. 

252. 
Nicholas, James, a J. P., 6. 654. 



Nicholas, James, in army, 13. 516. 
Nicholas, Jno., army rank, 16. 1123. 
Nicholas, Jno., army rank, 16. 1126. 
Nicholas, Jno., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Nicholas, John, arrears of salary due 

to, 9. 654. 
Nicholas, John, letter on customs 

laws, 1. 458-459. 
signs order establishing Bd. of T. 

and F. P., 1. 223. 
secretary of Privy Council, 1. 348. 
Niicholas, Sir Nicholas, at council, 1. 

74, 75. 
Nicholas, Richard Carter, 9. 1234. 
to N. C. Assembly on counterfeiting, 

11. 241. 

Nicholas, Saml., army rank, 16. 1123. 
Nicholas, Thos., in militia, 22. 340. 
Nicholas, Thos., rights proved, 4. 

625. 
Nicholas, Wm., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Nicholass, Geo., in militia, 22. 280. 
Nicholites, petition referred to com., 

12. 788-789, 847, 850. 

Nicholls, John, petitions for Windsor 
as C. H., 9. 804-805. 

Nicholls' Literary Illustrations, re- 
print from, 1. 825-827. 

Nicholl's Paraphrase, 2. 584. 

Nichols. See Nicols. Nichals, Nicholls, 
Nickels, 

Nichols, Lieut., killed, 15. 756, 757. 

Nichols, Maj., 12. 461. 

Nichols, Agrippa, cornet, 10. 941. 
owes state, 21. 1071. 

Nichols, Alex., land grant to, 4. 277. 

Nichols, Caleb, in militia, 22. 387. 

Nichols, Cuthburt, exempted, 7. 938! 

Nichols, Davie, executed, 22. 402. 

Nichols (Nickols), Geo., army rank, 

13. 512; 16. 1123. 
Nichols, Geo., in militia, 22. 373. 
Nichols, Hancock, army pay, 17. 235. 
Nichols, Henry, army rank, 16. 1127. 
Nichols, Henry, juror, 4. 519. 
Nichols, Hen., juror, 25. 187. 
Nichols, Henry, quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Nichols (Nicholls), Humphrey, claims 

allowed, 8. 143; 22. 845, 855. 
debts due by, 8. 278-279; as sheriff, 

9. 572. 
Nichols, Isaac, claim allowed, 22. 402. 
Nichols, Jacob, a J. P., 23. 994. 
Nichols, Jacob, allowance to, 22. 857. 
Nichols, Jacob, army rank, 15. 1126. 
Nichols, Jacob, militia captain, 24. 

367, 450. 



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209 



NICHOLSON, FRANCIS 



Nichols, James, army pay, 17. 235. 

army rank, 16. 1124. 
Nichols, James, dropped as a J. P., 5. 

825, 828. 
fails to appear before council, 5. 

825. 
summoned to council, 5. 820. 
Nichols, James, juror, 4. 520. 
Nichols, Jeremiah, army pay, 17. 235. 
Nichols, Jeremiah, in militia, 22. 421 
Nichols, Jeremiah, petition on C. H., 

9. 806-808. 
Nichols, Job, juror, 4. 519. 
Nichols, Job, quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Nichols, Joel, in militia, 17. 1057. 
Nichols, Joel, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Nichols, John, 10. 348. 
Nichols, John, act to change name 

from Lytle, 25. 30-1. 
Nichols, John, act to change names 

of children, 25. 30-1. 
Nichols, John, allowance to, 19. 335, 

339. 
Nichols, John, army pay, 17. 235. 

army rank, 16. 1125. 
Nichols, John, claims, 5. 307. 
Nichols, John, dist. auditor, 24. 422- 

3; 537. 
Nichols, J no., in militia, 22. 308. 
Nichols, Jno., in militia, 22. 387. 
Nichols, John, money due to, 16. 129, 

131. 
Nichols, John, money from, 21. 1066. 
Nichols, John, on patrol, 10. 25. 
Nichols (Nickols), Jno., petitions, 19. 

932, 934, 935. 
Nichols, John, sheriff, 21. 1076. 
Nichols, John, town coms'r, 24. 622. 
Nichols, John, voter, 15. 237. 
Nichols, John, witness, 20. 161. 
Nichols, Jos., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Nichols, Joseph, on patrol, 10. 25. 
Nichols, Julius, boundary and co. 

coms'r, 24. 227, 228, 449. 
building coms'r, 23. 685. 
county coms'r, 23. 626, 627. 
debts due by, 8. 278-279; as sheriff, 

9. 572. 
to procure arms, 1 0. 524. 
Nichols, Julius, Jr., wagoner, 15. 477. 
Nichols, Keziah, act to change name 

from Lytle, 25. 30-1. 
Nichols, Nancy, act to change name 

from Lytle, 25. 30-1. 
Nichols, Richard, in Indian war, 10. 

759. 
Nichols, Samuel, army pay, 17. 235. 



Nichols, Samuel, divider of estate, 2. 

550. 
Nichols, Samuel, soldier, 18. 797. 
Nichols, Sarah, act to change names 

of children, 25. 30-1. 
bill to change name of children, 21. 

354, 356, 375, 410, 683, 715, 720. 
Nichols (Michoals), Thos., court to be 

held at house of, 1. 478-490. 
hires out man, 1. 482. 
juror, 1. 445, 447. 
law suit, 1. 478, 480, 481-482, 483, 

484, 486. 
Nichols, Thomas, petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-2, 11. 250-2. 
Nichols, Thos., to make deed, 24. 530. 
Nichols, Thos., voter, 15. 238. 
Nichols, W., petitions for Windsor as 

C. H., 9. 804-805. 
Nichols, Wm., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Nichols, Wm., army rank, 16. 1126. 
N)ichols, Wm., claims allowed, 9. 225. 
Nichols, Wm., in army, 13. 518. 
Nichols, Wm., in militia, 22. 275. 
Nichols, Wm., in militia, 22. 387. 
Nichols, Wm., not exempted, 6. 808. 
Nichols, Willis, in militia, 9. 296. 
Nicholson. See Nicolson, Njckolson, 

Niools. 
Nicholson (Nickollson), . law 

suit, 2. 149. 
Nicholson, IVIr., 14. 520. 
Nicholson, Col., ment'd, 1. 356. 
Nicholson, Lieut., on court martial, 12. 

514, 536. 
on guard, 12. 548. 
on picket, 12. 512. 
Nicholson, Alex. N., clerk of Asso'n., 

5. 1186. 
Nicholson, Benj., buys land, 1. 609. 

land lapses, 2. 72. 
Nicholson, Benj., in militia, 22. 374. 
Nicholson, Benj., receipts bill, 22. 435. 
Nicholson, Christopher, seized by 

rebels, 1. 250. 
signs Quaker petition, 1. 252. 
Nicholson, Christopher, exempted 

from taxation, 13. 834. 
Nicholson, Christopher, in militia, 

353. 
in assembly, 16. 2; 17. 919. 
Nicholson, Edward, petition, 19. 

70-71; on paroles, 16. 101, 102; 

125. 
Nicholson, Francis, 2. 144, 319, 

722. 
at council, 1. 505, 570. 



22. 



65, 
19. 

320, 



3—14 



NICHOLSON, FRANCIS 



210 



NICHOLSON, ROBERT 



attends council on N. C. boundary 
dispute, 1. 372. 

Board of Trade to on boundary dis- 
pute, 1. 525-526; on forfeiture of 
Proprietary charters, 1. 539-540. 

builds Fort King George, 2. 764. 

comes out as visitor general, 2. 46, 
53. 

commission of shown to N. C. 
commissioners, 1. 506. 

commissioned to enquire into dis- 
orders in N. C, 2. 8-10. 

congratulated by Walker, 1. 512, 
514. 

estimates arms needed in S. C, 198 ; 
outfit needed against Indians, 2. 
189. 

expected, 2. 122, 123, 131, 138; in 
Va., 2. 20, 21. 

forwards letter, 1. 887. 

gift to churches, 1. 572; 2. 133, 292; 
to St. Paul's parish, 1. 597; 2. 
119; to be secured, 1. 830. 

gov. of S. C, 3. 81-2. 

hopes to be gov. of S. C, 2. 518, 519. 

letter of H. Walker to, 1. 511-512, 
513-14, 516-17. 

lette];s from, 2. 118, 218. 

Ludwell to on N. C. affairs, 1. 364- 
365. 

Moseley to on plate for churches, 
2. 133-134. 

on people of N. C, 2. x. 

on proprietary colonies, 1. 541-543. 

Pollock to on church and other af- 
fairs, 2. 137-138. 

Rainsford to on libraries and school 
masters, 2. 75-76. 

signs action of council on boundary, 
1. 614. 

to Board of T. on boundary, 1. 529- 
530; on N. C. affairs, 366, 367, 371; 
on Proprietary gov'ts, 1. 527-528. 

to confirm Urmstone, 1. 888. 

to get information on proprietary 
gov'ts, 1. 540, 541. 

to Gov. Harvey on "Va. boundary, 1. 
508-510. 

to Gov. Walker on boundary, 1. 514- 
515; on pirates, 1. 518-519. 

to provide cruiser, 1. 468. 

to settle Gary troubles, 2. 56. 

Urmston to on church affairs,. 2. 
125-128; on his misfortunes, 2. 
116-117; on N. C. affairs, 2. 76-78. 

vestry of St. Pauls to on church af- 
fairs. 2. 120-121. 



Walker to on Coxe's patent, 1. 528- 
529-530. 
Nicholson, Geo., allowance to, 22. 

827. 
Nicholson, George, land grant to, 4. 

642. 
Nicholson, Geo., quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Nicholson, George, rights proved, 4. 

642. 
Nicholson, Isaac, army pay, 17. 235. 

army rank, 16. 1124. 
Nicholson, Isaac, army rank, 16. 1126. 
Nicholson, Isaac, In army, 15. 730. 
Nicholson, Jas., custodian of palace, 

18. 221. 
Nicholson, Jas., in militia, 22. 373. 
Nicholson, Jeremiah, army pay, 17. 

230. 
Nicholson, John, 1. 490. 
Nicholson, John, army pay, 17. 235. 
Nicholson, John, army pay, 17. 235. 

army rank, 16. 1126. 
Nicholson, John, executor, 1. 494. 
Nicholson, John, major, 10. 205. 
Nicholson, John, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Nicholson, Joseph, 1. 490. 
executors of, 1. 494. 
will proved, 1. 490. 
Nicholson, Josiah, In assembly, 4. 

1181. 
Nicholson, Josiah, in militia, 9. 58. 

major of militia, 14. 333. 
Nicholson, Josiah, in militia, 22. 391. 
Nicholson, Josiah, official bond as 

sheriff, 9. 1062. 
Nicholson, Josiah^ quit rents of, 22. 

247. 
Nicholson, Josiah, resigns as J. P., 21. 

208, 212, 580. 
Nicholson, Josias, juror, 4. 520. 
Nicholson, Nath., In militia, 22. 373. 
Nicholson, Nath., quit rents of, 22. 

253. 
Nicholson, Nathaniel, appraiser, 1. 
652. 
bond made null, 1 . 611. 
guardian, 1. 564. 
juryman, 1. 534. 
proves account, 1. 618. 
receives estate, 1. 486. 
road overseer, 1. 651. 
witness, 1. 563. 
Nicholson, Robt.j army rank, 13. 476; 

16. 1162. 
. reports on Mebane's company, 16. 
724-5. 
resigns, 14. 316. 



NICHOLSON, ROBERT 



211 



NINETY-SIX, S. C. 



Nicholson, Robert, land grant to, 4. 

896. 
Nicholson (Nickolson), Samuel, a just- 
ice, '1. 478-488, 493-496, 520, 522, 

524, 531-535, 548-551. 
bond nullified, 1 . 626. 
divides estate, 1. 486. 
executor, 1. 490, 494. 
petition against, 1. 608. 
witness, 1. 524, 549. 
Nicholson^ Sarah, estate proved, 1. 

619. 
Nicholson (Nickolson), Thomas, land 

grant to, 4. 628, 638, 707. 
Nicholson, Thomas, presents address 

to assembly, 9. 176-177. 
Nicholson^ Thos., quit rents of, 22. 

253. 
Nicholson, Thos., town coms'r, 25. 

387. 
Nicholson, Wm., in assembly, 25. 159. 
Nicholson, Wm., law suit, 1. 593. 
Nicholton, Lt. on guard, 12. 533. 
Nick, Major, Meherrin Indian, 2. 644. 
Nickels, Richd., petitions, 19. 935. 
Nickins, Malachi, army rank, 16. 1127. 
Nickles, John, claims allowed, 9. 224. 
Nicklis, Hancock, in army, 15. 735. 
Nickolas. See Nicholas. 
Nickolas, John, obtains judgment, 5. 

175. 

Nickollson, , law suit, 2. 95. 

Nickols. See , Nichols. 

Nickels, Jas., in militia, 22. 352. 

Nickols, James, petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1263. 
Nickols, Wm., in militia, 22. 352. 
Nickolson. See Nicholson. 
Nickolson, Edward, Jr., petitions 

Wheatfield, 16. 660. 
Nickolson, ship, 22. 734. 
Nickorls, Colemun, militiaman, 7, 
Nicks, Capt,, imports 'goods, 16. 

683. 
Nicks, John, claims, 9. 489. 
Nicks, Joseph, army pay, 17. 235. 
NIckson. See Nixon. 
Nickson, Richard, a J. P., 3. 256-257. 
Nickson, Richd., juror, 25. 189. 
Nickson, Robt., in militia, 22. 343. 
Kfickson (Nixon), Thos., on Wilming- 
ton S. C, 10. 141, 220. 
Nicol, Duncan, prisoner, 11. 370. 

Nicolai, Rev. , 8. 767. 

Nicolle, John, witness, 5. 329. 

Nicolls, Dr., 7. 94. 

Nicole (Nicholson?), Thos., assembly 



for 



263. 
681- 



to meet at house of, 1. 472. 
Nicols, Archibald, land grant to, 4. 

218. 
Niel. See Neal, Neale, Neel, Neil, 

Neill. 
Niel, Danl., army rank, 16. 1125. 
Niel, Jno., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Niel, Jno., army rank, 16. 1123. 
Niel, Jno., army rank, 16. 1125. 
Niel, John, petition on C. H., 9. 806- 

807. 
Niel, Wm., army rank, 16. 1126. 
Niele, Andrew, recruiting officer, 22. 

929. 
NIeley, Wm., land grant to, 19. 572. 
Niell, Wm., to Caswell on tea and an- 
swer, 20. 727. 
Nielson, Jeremiah, building coms'r,. 

24. 981. 
Nielson, John, allowance to, 22. 866. 
Nielsen's Ferry, 14. 553. 
Niesky, Moravian settlement, 5. 1150. 
Nigh (Nye), Peter, transports goods 

to N. C, 10. 853, 854, 856. 
Night. See Knight. 
Night, Absalom, army rank, 16. 1126. 
Night, Absalom, army rank, 16. 1127. 
Night, George, in militia, 17. 1061. 
Night, Jesse, army pay, 17. 236. 
Night, Jesse, army rank, 16. 1126. 
Night, John, 2. 805. 
Night Walkers, Eng. act on in force in 

N. C, 23. 319. 
Nighten, Jesse, to pay claims, 10. 

830. 
Nihinessicee, signs Indian treaty, 18. 

515. 
Nihipeena, signs Indian treaty, 18. 

515. 
Niklins, Edwd., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Niles, Philip, army pay, 17. 235. 
Niles' Register, 17. 133. 
Nill, Fran., juror, 25. 190. 
Nill, Joseph, petition on catching fish, 

9. 87-88. 
Nilsen. See Nelson. 
Nilson, David, asks for new county, 9. 

92. 
Nilson, Walter, lands of, 2. 277. 
Ninatuah, Indian, 22. 1003, 1004. 
Nineteenth regiment (Br.), embark, 

16. 615. 
Ninety-Six, S. C, 5. li; 6. 260, 790; 

7. 207, 208, 865; 10. 551; 11. 228; 

14. 554; 15. 174, 183, 251", 261, 

266, 267, 269, 275, 284, 285, 303, 

305, 465, 481, 500; 17. 581, 979, 



NINETY-SIX DISTRICT 



212 



NIXON, JAMES 



981, 996, 1034; 19. 975; 21. 528; 

22. 102, 104, 106, 113, 152, 182, 

183, 184, 186^ 187, 188, 190, 191, 
aid sent to, 15. 684. 
Amer. prisoners executed, 15. 109. 
attacked, 14. 775. 
besieged, 15. 465. 
Br. besieged at, 17. 1029, 1030; fear 

for, 15. xlii; msirch from, 14. 542, 

553; move towards, 15. 150; re- 
treat to, 14. 453. 
captured, 15. 496; by tories, 22. 

183. 
Cornwallis near, 16. iii. 
evacuated, 15. 544; 16. 631. 
Ferguson retreats towards, 15. 106; 

threatens, 14. 662. 
garrisoned, 15. 304. 
may be talcen by U. S., 15. 468. 
militia of lost by King's M't'n, 15. 

240; trained by Ferguson, 15. 241, 

302. 
Morgan to be sent to, 14. 759. 
number Br. in, 14. 505, 516. 
siege raised, 10. 340, 356; 15. 497, 

504. 
sltirmisbes about, 15. 185, 266. 
succor to Americans in, 14. 783. 
surrendered, 15. 481. 
to be defended, 15. 289. 
troops for Cheroliee campaign at, 

10. 746. 
Williamson besieged in, 15. 178; 

surrenders at, 15. 251. 
Ninety-six District, S. C, 17. 524. 
Clarke retreats to, 15. 94. 
militia furloughed, 22. 777. 
recruits in furloughed, 15. 369. 
to submit to patriots, 15. 288. 
Tories from invade N. C, 15. 261; 

invited to join U. S., 14. 754; 

raised in, 15. 257, 263. 
Ninety Six Fort, Armstrong killed at, 

14. 774. 
Ninituca, Indian, 10. 783. 
Nintli regiment of N. C, 22. 153, 760, 

915. 
officers of, 10. 949. 
Niol (town), 22. 675. 
Nisbet. See Nesbet. 
Nisbet, Jofin, suit against, 5. 1082. 
Nisbet, John, on com. of cor., 9. 1073. 
N:sbett, Jolin, building coms'r, 24. 

981. 
Nisbit (Nisbet, Nisbett), David, in as- 

sem., 19. 373; 20. 476, 477, 514, 

516, 519, 520, 523, 527, 528,' 536, 



541, 546, 547, 550, 554, 555, 567, 577. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 501, 523, 915, 

919. 
lends tallow, 19. 619. 
nom. for treas., 18. 804. 
on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 504, 522, 

543, 925, 927. 
to make arms, 10. 539. 
Nisbit, Wm., to report on powder, 10. 

135. 
Nisco, Nichs., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Nisi Prius courts, 23. 253, 254. 
Bng. act on in force in N. C, 23. 
321. 
Niss, Henry, 22. 235. 
Nitliercutt, Wm., army rank, 16. 

1127. 
Nitselimann, David, visits N. C, 5. 

1148. 
Nitson, Exiander, petition on C. H., 9. 

_806-807. 
Nitson, John, Jr.j petition on C. H., 

9. 806-807. 
Nitson, John, Sr., petition on C. H., 9. 

806-807. 
Nitson, Robert, petition on C. H., 9. 

806-807. 
Nivens, Wm., land grant to, 4. 641. 
Niverns, Wm., land grant to, 4. 628. 
Nix, Geo., pensioner, 22. 78. 
Nixon. See Nickson, Nixson. 
Nixon, Mr., 25. 122. 
Nixon, IVlr., takes acts of Albemarle 

to England, 1. 187. 
Nixon, Briig. Gen., 12. 512, 517, 524, 
composition and position of brigade, 

12. 508, 509. 
on court martial, 12. 542. 
Nixon, Capt., 11. 444. 
Nixon, Capt., 22. 912. 
Nixon, Col., 12. 545. 
field officer, 12. 527, 544. 
position of regt. in army, 12. 508. 
Nixon, Ann, imported, 1. 395. 
Nixon, Bazy, in militia, 22. 354. 
Nixon, BenJ., in militia, 22. 397. 
Nixon, C, petition, 21. 1005, 1007. 
Nixon, Delight, in militia, 22. 356. 
Nixon, Em, imported, 1. 395. 
Nixon, Francis, presents address to 
assembly, 9. 176-177. 
payments to, 12. 214. 
town coms'r, 23. 752; 25. 387. 
Nixon, Frederick, in militia, 15. 400. 
Nixon, H., ordered to his command, 

11. 752. 
Nixon, James, to report on militia, 10. 



NIXON, JOHN 



213 



NOBLE, MARK 



645. 
Nixon, John, army pay, 17. 236. 

army rank, 16. 1126. 
Nixon (Nictcson), John, asks for lapse 
patent, 2. 352. 
deposition against Miller, 1. 317. 
imprisoned, 1. 293, 310-311, 326. 
law suit, 2. 106. 
magistrate, 1. 314. 
trial and accusation of, 1. 281. 
Nixon, John, imported, 1. 395. 
Nixon, John, in army, 15. 728. 
Nixon, Jno., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Nixon, Lackey, land lapses, 2. 352. 
Nixon, IVIichael, land grant to, 4. 894. 
Nixon, Phineas, presents address to 

assem., 9. 176-177. 
Nixon, Phineas, quit rents of, 22. 

253. 
Nixon, Richard, church warden, 25. 

35. • 

Niixon, Richard, contests election, 18. 
246, 269-70. 
in assem., 20. 119, 121, 128, 132, 133, 
167, 172, 179, 229, 238, 239, 246, 
285, 287, 288, 314, 350; 21. 1, 3, 
47, 52, 66, 68, 74, 85, 189, 193, 195, 
199, 218, 264, 280, 288, 294, 303, 305, 
345, 431, 629, 650, 806. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 1, 4, 25, 28, 30,.31. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 36. 
Nixon, Richard, in assembly, 4. 720, 

733, 740, 742, 743, 770, 788, 790. 
Nixon, Robert, a J. P., 22. 918. 
Nixon, Robt., a J. P., 23. 995. 

building coms'r, 25. 97. 
Nixon, Robert, chaplain, 10. 625. 
Nixon, Robert, ensign, 10. 620. 
Nixon, Robt., in militia, 22. 387. 
Nixon, Thomas, captain, 10. 943, 949. 
Nixon, Thos., land grants to, 4. 348, 

589. 
Nixon, Thos., Jr., in militia, 22. 387. 
Nixon,' Zachariah, act to establish 
town on lands of, 23. 500; 25. 
387-9. 
bill to erect town on lands of, 5. 
1019, 1021, 1022, 1036, 1048, 1049, 
1050, 1055, 1056, 1058, 1061, 1064, 
1097. 
land grant asked, 4. 631. 
quit rents of, 22. 249. 
Nixon (Neckson), Zachariah, married, 
1. 688. 
petition, 1. 305-306. 
to correct another, 2. 37. 
Nixon, Zachary, Jr., quit rents of, 22. 



253. 
Nixon, Zachary, Sen., quit rents of, 

2S. 253. 
Nixon's, inspection at, 25. 380. 
Nixon's corps, 14. 331. 
Niixonton, 10. 559, 671, 686; 11. 332; 
18. 497. 
act to incorporate, 23. 500; 25. 387- 

9; to move Co. ct. to, 24. 630-1. 
bill on as county seat, 19. 426, 740, 
759, 806; to change C. H. to, 19. 
561, 565, 568, 574, 591, 660; to es- 
tablish, 5. 1019, 1021, 1022, 1036, 
1048, 1049, 1050, 1055, 1056, 1058, 
1061, 1064, 1097; to regulate, 7. 
47, 48, 49, 67, 69, 70, 71, 72. 
Cumming claims to be representa- 
tive from, 7. 352, 366-367. 
inspection at, 24. 581; 24. 313, 379; 
tobacco inspection at, 23. 641, 792. 
subscription for D. S. Canal taken 
in, 25. 83. 
NIxson, See Nickson, Nixon. 
Nixson, Geo., road coms'r, 23. 222. 
Nixson, Josh., in militia, 22. 275. 
Nixson, IVIorgan, in militia, 22. 275. 
.Nixson, Rich'd, road coms'r, 23. 222. 
Nixson, Robt., in militia, 22. 275. 
Nixson, Thos., in militia, 22. 275. 
Nixson, Thos., Jr., in militia, 22. 275 
Nixton, James, asks for new county, 

9. 92. 
Nixton, Osten, in militia, 22. 375. 
Noag, Peter, regulators' entry on 

causes of, 8. 237. 
Noah's flood, Indian account of, 1. 

859. 
Nobbs (Nobs) Crook Creek, 2. 93; 22. 

344. 
Nobels, Isaac, in militia, 22. 415. 
Nobility, The, 25. 139. 
composition of in C, 1. 181. 
in Albemarle under P. C, 1 . 333, 915. 
powers to alienate, 1. 191. 
provision for in P. C, 25. 123, 124. 

125, 130. 
shares of, 1. 188. 

to be members of assembly, 1. 236. 
Noble, Henry, in S. C. assembly, 1. 
897. 
signs S. C. act, 25. 148; on oaths 
and church, 2 867, 882, 913-917. 
Nqble, Isaac, signs Pitt Asso., 10. 221. 
Noble, James, land grant to, 4. 601. 
Noble, John, dead, 9. 696. 
Noble, Mark, in militia, 22. 421. 
pay to, 22. 495, 499. 



NOBLE, SAMUEL 



214 



NORBUEY COUNTY 



Ncble, Samuel, a J. P., 4. 966. 
land grant asked for, 4. 440; grant 
to, 4. 332. 
Noble, Wm., army rank, 16. 1125. 
. Noble, Wm., exempted, 7. 939. 
Noble, Wm., juror, 25. 190. 
Noble Pitt, schooner, 8. 545. 
Nobles, Benj., act to change name to 

Wheatly, 25. 101. 
Nobles, Benjamin, army pay., 17. 235. 

army rank, 16. 1127. 
Nobles, Drewry, army rank, 16. 1127. 
Nobles, Eliz., act to change name of 

children, 25. 101. 
Nobles, Ezy., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Nobles, Henry, act to change name to 

Wheatly, 25. 101. 
Nobles, Hezk., army rank, 16. 1124. 
Nobles, Jas., army rank, 16. 1126. 
Nobles, J no., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Nobles, John, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Nobles, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 959, 

1033. 
Nobles, Lydia, act to change name to 

Wheatly, 25. 101. 
Nobles, IVIark, act for land to, 24. 629- 
30. 
land grant to, 19. 573. 
Nobles, IVIary, act to change name to 

Wheatly, 25. 101. 
Nobles, Nathaniel, on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 

37. 
Nobles, Robert, army pay, 17. 235. 
Nobles, w;iloby, army pay, 17. 235. 
Noblin, Wm., lieut., 10. 262, 944. 
Nobs Crook Creek. See Nobbs Crook 

Creek. 
Nochles, James, militia captain, 24. 

197. 
Noddle's. Island, 10. 56. 
Noe, John, naturalized, 8. 72. 
Noe, John, regulator, 7. 736. 
Noe, Peter, son naturalized, 8. 72. 
Nogg and Campbell, (Hogg and Camp- 
bell (?), 22. 773. 
Noggard, P., Baptist minister, 5. 1180. 
Nogins, Joshua, in militia, 22. 376. 
Nohoroco fort, number killed at taking 

of, 2. 27, 36. 
Nois. See Noyes. 
Nois, iVIr., claims, 4. 809. 
Nokes, George, petitions for division 

of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
Nolachucky (Nonachucky, Nonatlu- 
chky, Nolachucki, Nanachucket, 
Nolichucky, Nolickuky, Nolechu- 
cky, Nolechage), 10. 660, 665; 15. 



284; 19. 939. 
Indian boundary of, 11. 566, 567; 

headquarters on, 1 1 . 339. 
people from invade Indian lands, 1 6. 
416; 17. 12, 14; petition Ruther- 
ford, 11. 609. 
petition from on annexation to N. 

C, 10. 708-711. 
quarrel over lands at, 22. 995. 
settlement at, 10. 768-769. 
Tories at, 10. 784. 
troops at, 10. 782. 
Nolachucky (Nollichuck, Nonetl- 
uchky, Nollechuckee, Nollichu- 
ckee, Nollichuckey) River, 10. 
883, 885; 13. 115, 116; 17. 583; 
24. 160; 25. 4. 
purchases on, 10. 606. 
settlement on head of proposed, 10. 

769. 
whites on, 20. 780. 
Nolan, James, felon, 22. 861. 
Noland, John, petitions for repeal of 

tax on free negroes, 6. 982-983. 
Nolen, Ezekiel, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Nolley, Dixon, army rank, 16. 1125. 
Nolleyboy, James, land grant to, 4, 

764. 

Nolsen, Dennfs, Sr., regulator, 7. 809, 
Noman, John, petition on separation, 

22. 705-10. 
Non-importation agreement, goods re- 
fused or sold under, 9. 1134, 1144 
1185. 
Non-Jurors, bill to repeal disqualifying 
acts, 19. 75, 122, 127. 
and provision tax, 24. 344-5, 391. 
Non-residents, bond required from in 

suits, 23. 766. 
Non-resistance, doctrine denounced, 

22. 17. 
Non-suits, Eng. act on in force in N. 

C, 23. 322. 
Nonnery, Anderson, army rank, 16. 

1127. 
Nook, the, 13. 286. 
Nook Point, IVIass., 10. 484. 
Nookes, Asahel, army rank, 16. 1127. 
Nooning, Wm., army rank, 16. 1124. 
Noorland, Richard, land grant to, 4. 

1046. 
Nophilate, Abraham, in militia, 22. 

326. 
Noratoke River. See Roanoke River. 
Norbert, Wm., witness, 6. 19. 
Norbury County, bill to erect, 8. 298, 
337, 352. 



NORCOM, JOHN 



215 NORFOLK COUNTY, VA. 



Norcom, John, petitions on county 

bounds, 9. 633-634. 
Ncrcom, Mare, witness, 1. 494. 
Norcom, Mary^ sells land, 1. 531. 
Norcom, Thos., a J P, 3. 234. 
Norcom, Thos., hired, 1. 482. 
Ncrcom (Norcomb, Norcum, Norkam), 
Thos., appraiser, 1. 580. 

attorney, 1. 562, 565, 582, 605, 606, 
607, 608, 611, 617, 621, 651; and 
administrator, 1. 550. 

bond made null, 1. 611. 

buys and sells, 1. 613. 

buys land, 1. 487, 490, 561. 

juror, 1. 592. 

law suit, 1. 494, 522. 

pays witnesses, 1. 523. 

receives power of atty, 1. 549. 

road overseer, 1. 493, 656. 

sells land, 1. 531. 

surety, 1. 624, 627. 

witness, 1. 494, 496, 625. 
Norcomb (Norcum), Elizabeth, beaten, 

1. 619. 

gives bond, 1. 620. 
sells land, 1 . 620. 
Norcomb, John, discharged by court, 

2. 601. 

juror, 2. 552, 712; 25. 186. 

quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Norcomb, John, sells land, 1. 620 
Norcomb, John, to arm vessels, 10. 

352. 
Norcomb, Thos., juror, 2. 543; 25. 
186. 

quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Norcum (Norcom, Norcomb), John, 
appraiser, 1. 524. 

buys, 1. 620. 

gives bond, 1. 620. 

proves power of att'y, 1. 625. 

road overseer, 1. 625. 
Nore, George, settler, 1. 76. 
Nore, The, 7. 785. 
Norfleet, Ed., quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Norfleet, Ezekiel, in militia, 22. 355. 
Norfleet, Jacob, petitions on county 

bounds, 9. 633-634. 
Norfleet, James, a J. P., 3. 234. 
Norfleet, Jas., in militia, 22. 355. 
Norfleet, John, land grant to, 4. ;)83. 
Norfleet, Mark, land grant to, 4. 764. 
Norfleet, Marmaduke, a J. P., 4. 47. 

in assembly, 3. 285, 286, 314; 4. 724. 

juror, 4. 518. 

land grant to, 4. 348, 628, 650, 707. 

quit rents 6f, 22. 253. 



rights proved, 4. 627. 
Norfleet, Marmaduke, in assembly, 21. 

193, 195, 207, 209, 234, 294, 305, 

332, 353, 372, 431. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 37. 
Norfleet, Reuben, a J. P., 23. 992. 
resigns as J. P., 18. 19, 24, 254. 
Norfleet's Mill, 15. 142, 143; 22. 529. 
Americans make stand at, 1 5. 137. 
Norfolk, Duke of, claims C, 1. 34-35- 

36, 52-53. 
patent to, 1. 528, 529-530. 
Norfolk, Duke of, settles question of 

precedency, 8. 625. 
Norfolk, Henry, Duke of, sells C, 1. 

519. 
Norfolk, Va., 4. 793, 1304; 5. 1; 6, 290; 

7. 39; 8. 257, 593; 9. 33, 34, 35, 

828; 10. 309, 321, 365, 366, 367, 

371, 372, 380, 381, 387, 394, 395, 

396; 18. 772; 21. 476, 1083; 22. 

114; 25. 92. 
attacked and burned, 10. 395; 14. 

690 
asks Woodford for protection, 10. 

346. 
British at, 14. 718; attack, 10. 379- 

380, 381-382, 387; to take post at 

15. 246. 
condition and capture of, 11. 353. 
defended by Howe, 10. xi; 11. x. 
destroyed, 13. 465. 
Howe on war matters in, 11. 262- 

264; thanked for work at, 10. 

544, 556-557. 
Hyde at, 1. 738. 
N. C. troops paid in, 15. 686. 
Pendleton to Howe on his work, 1 1 . 

274-275. 
service of Howe in, 11. 270. 
threatened, 14. 240. 
trade with, 3. 622; 7. 126. 
treatment of Br. refugees, 10. 380- 

381. 
Norfolk Co., Va., 2. 746; 15. 618. 
beef in, 14. 732. 
boundaries, 1. 14. 
British in, 15. 157. 
depredations in, 14. 308; 15. 302. 
form of tenure, 1. 15. 
grant of, 1. 528, 530. 
patent of Lord Matravers for, 1. 14- 

16. 
sheriff sends proclamation to N. C, 
1. 518; to be careful on boundary, 
1. 460. 
tithables in 1756, 5. 565. 



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NORTH AMERICA 



Norfolk (Va.) Gazette, publishes 
strictures of Jones on Macknight 
10. 32. 
Norfolk River, fortified by Br., 14. 

100. 
Norhunty (?), 9. 1064. 
Noris. See Norris. 
Nors, Rear Admiral, escorts Palatines, 

1. 908-909. 
Noris, George, land grant to, 4. 628. 
Noris, John, petition on separation, 

22. 705-11. 
Noris, Wm., land grant to, 4. 628. 
Norkett, Wm., army rank, 16. 1125. 
Norlen, Denes, regulator, 8. 79. 

Norman, , law suit, 1. 587. 

Norman^ An, witness, 1. 452. 
Norman, Henry, imports persons, 1. 
494. 
juror, 1. 397, 426. 
law suits, 1. 591, 626, 651. 
road overseer, 1. 607, 656. 
Ncrman, Henry, juror, 4. 525; 25. 186. 

land grant to, 4. 628. 
Norman, John, a J. P., 22. 918. 
Norman, John, in Prov. Cong., 10. 
501; on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 504. 
Norman, John, land grant to, 4. 1032. 
Norman, Levi, army pay, 17. 235. 
Norman, Mary, imported, 1. 494. 
Norman, Nehemiah, in assembly, 16. 

2; 17. 265, 266, 299, 384. 
Norman, Stokes, in militia, 22. 422. 
Norman, Thos., army rank, 16. 1126. 
Norman, Thomas, in army, 15. 725. 
Norman, A, 15. 677. 
Normandy, Duke of, 17. 468, 486, 488, 

499, 500. 
Normon, Geo., takes oath, 22. 172. 
Normond, Henry, quit rents of, 22. 

246. 
Ncrril, George, land grant to, 4. 65. 
Nort*s. See Noris. 

Norris, , work wanted, 2. 55. 

Norris, Ephraim, in militia, 22. 419. 
Norris, Frederick, army pay, 17. 236. 
Norris, Geor., in militia, 22. 310. 
Norris, Geo., in militia, 22. 331. 
Norris, George, land grant to, 4. 684, 

953. 
Norris, Jacob, prisoner, 16. 673. 
Norris, James, beaten, 7. 37. 
confers on Selwyn lands, 7. 19-20. 
plantation laid out, 7. 23-24. 
Norris, James, land grant to, 4. 649. 
Norris, Jeremiaah, army pay, 17. 236. 
Norris, John, asks for lapsed land, 2. 



378. 
deputy surveyor, 2. 353-354. 
Norris, Jos., co. coms'r, 24. 228, 229. 
Norris, Jos., in militia, 22. 372. 
NorK's, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 636. 
Norris, Robert, deposed as J. P., 17. 

325; 20. 34. 
Norris, S. P.. clerk, 5. 1182, 1183. 
Ncrrls, Thos., army rank, 16. 1125. 
Norris, Thos., in militia, 22. 359. 
Norris, Thomas, juror, 4. 517. 
NorKs, Wm., juror, 2. 102, 104; 25. 
187. 
vestryman, 2. 209; 23. 7. 
witness, 2. 491-492. 
Norris, Wm., tried for forgery, 2. 435- 

6, 445-6, 448, 471. 
Norriss, Dan, in militia, 22. 284. 
Norriss, George, land grant to, 4. 803. 
Ncrsom, Thomas, juror, 4. 517. 
Ncrson, John, vestryman, 2. 209. 
North, Lord, 9. 351, 1210, 1280; 10. 
127, 135, 157, 391, 447, 820; 13. vl; 
14. 633; 16. 747. 
absolute as Pitt, 9. 1001. 
and trade with U. S., 16. 901-902. 
appoints Heron deputy auditor gen., 
6. 523; Lucas as deputy aud. of 
revenue, 6. 47-48. 
at Privy Council, 11. 236-237. 
conciliatory motion by, 10. 1027. 
house pulled down, 14 592. 
Irish erect statute to, 14. 749. 
moves the restraining bill, 9. 1208. 
proposes to repeal Boston Port Bill, 

10. 455. 
quoted, 8. 172. 
resolution of an insult to America, 

10. 28; summarized, 10. 57-58. 
signs commission of Rutherford, 6. 

757. 
speech considered, 10. 395, 396, 398; 

quoted, 11. 269. 
tired of war, 22. 516. 
troubles of, 13. 36. 
North, Lord Chief Justice, at Board 

of T. meeting, 1. 328-329. 
North, Lt. Col., 12. 523. 
field officer, 12. 534. 
North, Maj., 12. 472. 
North (Nash?), Francis, issues 

rations, 22. 468. 
North, Jas., army rank, 16. 1126. 
North, Wm., commissioner to settle 
accounts of N. C. and U. S., but 
declines, 17. 33, 42, 50, 80. 
North America, 2. 177, 192, 350, 351; 



NORTH AMERICA 



217 



NO. CAR. BRIGADE 



3. 78, 369, 422; 4. 553, 954, 955, 
1309, 1315; 5. xix, xxi, 78, 152, 378, 
743, 750, 757, 789, 791, 792, 926, 
1087, 1094, 1156; 6. 34, 65, 76, 
324, 325, 348, 451, 561, 591, 592, 
593, 594, 640, 705, 957, 973, 987, 
1090; 7. viii, 141, 168c, 182, 348, 
447, 450, 459, 504, 531, 695, 712, 
749, 851, 865, 881, 989; 8. 3, 4, 17, 
39, 313, 766, 767, 771; 9. 327, 632, 
666, 1016, 1018, 1031, 1033, 1037, 
1044, 1108, 1123, 1161, 1186, 1243, 
1254; 10. 12, 59, 67, 138&, 170, 178, 
242, 300, 1025; 11. 44, 140, 141, 
145, 151, 154, 210, 231, 244, 493; 
13. 335, 471; 15. 44, 255, 462, 752, 
759; 16. 81, 84, 122, 124, 143, 419, 
420, 421, 435, 452, 921; 18. 526; 
19. 101, 831; 22. 231; 25. 356, 
361, 370, 378. 
circular to gov's on appointment of 
Saunders as commander in chief, 
6. 8; on embargo on corn and 
privateers, 5. 756-757; on enlist- 
ments for French War, 5. 330; on 
French War, 5. 144d-144/. 
draft of articles of conferedation for 
considered, 10. 175-179, 191, 186, 
191-192. 
Pitt to governors on appointment, 
of Abercromby as general in chief, 
5. 791-792; on French War, 5. 743- 
745; on offences against Spain, 5. 
785. 
recruits and their character, 1 5. 753. 
Robinson to governors on appoint- 
ment of Shirley, 5. 420 ; on French 
War, 5. 337-338; on expenses of 
French War, 5. 351-352. 
squadron to be sent to, 5. 774-5. 

North America, Bank of, act for se- 
curity of, 24. 446. 

North American Colonies, population 
in 1755, 5. 470, 471, 472, 473. 
troops from at Carthagena, 15. 752, 
753. 

North Americans, 16. 921. 

North Bank of Chowan, ferries over, 
15. 629. 

North Banks, petition from, 22. 939. 

North Branch of Catawba River, and 
S. C. boundary, 8. 557, 561, 569, 
573, 612. 

North Britian, 10. 248; 22. 289. 
names of persons from, 7. 543-544. 
See also Scotland. 

North Buffalow, 8. 507. 



North Caroli'ma, 23. 6. 
bounds, 1. 391. 
description, 1. 467. 
first name, 2. vii. 
first use of term, 1. xxiii, xxiv; 2. 

395; 25. V. 
should collect provisions, 22. 914. 
term used, 1. 357, 365, 367, 372; 4. 

1200. 
to be annexed to Va:, 1. 441. 
votes not to close Miss., 22. 901. 
North Carolina Artillery, 22. 154, 905. 
clothing, pay, &c., to, 22. 914. 
officers, 22. 921, 926. 
surrendered at Charleston, 14. 816. 
North CarolHna battalions, action of C. 

C. on reorganization of, 13. 426. 
condition, 14. 290. 
consolidated by C. C, 15. 710-711. 
list of officers, 13. 474-476. 
provisions needed for, 13. 460-461. 
report on arrangement and officers 

of, 13. 469-470; on troops, 13. 343- 

344. 
returns of reenlistments, 1 5. 749-750. 
to b« reorganized, 13. 154. 
North Carolina brigade, 12. 558; 15. 

205; 22. 93, 130, 1017; 24. 416. 
arrangement of officers, 16. 501- 

502. 
at West Point, 14. 159. 
bill to fill up, 13. 886, 890, 893, 905, 

980, 981, 985, 996. 
Caswell reports on, 14. 855. 
Charleton killed, 14. 138. 
clothing for, and deserters from, 16. 

588, 589. 
Dixon on, 16. 517-518. 
furnish captains for courts martial, 

12. 501, 505. 
guard from, 12. 502. 
location, 13. 496; 14. 332. 
losses at Eutaw Springs, 15. 637- 

638; of Stono, 14. 121; at Stone 

Ferry, 15. 751. 
make up of, 12. 508. 
Martin to commander on exchange 

of prisoners, 16. 708. 
men to be in Cont. service, 14. 21. 
movements of, 14. 222. 
ordered to Phila., 14. vii. 
position in army, 12. 509; in line 

of march, 12. 504. 
promotion of officers discussed, 13. 

392. 
report on, 16. 611-612, 614-616; and 

returns of, 13. 428, 445, 457, 458, 



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218 



NO. CAR. CONT. LINE 



479-481, 487-488, 503. 504-531; laid 
before Gen. Assem., 13. 40, 401; 
on riding horses of, 13. 427. 

resolve on countermanded, 12. 842, 
924-925, 926, 927, 933. 

return ment'd, 15. 194; returns of, 
12. 661; 15. 768; of stores furn- 
ished to, 15. 597. 

to go to S. C. and Ga., 14. 206, 209. 

to join Lincoln, 14. 230. 

Wilson court martialed, 12. 502. 
North Caroldna Catechism, descrip- 
tion of, 8. 765. 
North Carolina Cavalry, return of, 17. 

1038. 
North Carolina Continental Line 
(North Carolina Line), 16. 721, 
881, 1138; 18. 10, 182, 257, 264; 

19. 127, 210, 545, 549, 619, 632, 956, 
957, 958, 963, 978, 995, 996, 1000; 

20. 9, 24, 54, 93, 108, 144, 191, 
223, 281, 408, 419, 426, 457, 489, 
562; 21. 317, 414, 711, 727, 736, 
764, 766, 805, 945, 950, 1025, 1035, 
1040, 1058; 22. 94, 95, 115, 122, 
125, 129, 214, 925, 1008, 1012^ 1016, 
1017. 

Abstract of Army Aocts, 17. 189-263. 

address from 16. 43-44, 45, 48, 51, 
62, 64; 19. 173-174; and bill for 
relief, 19. 20, 23, 36, 37, 74, 75, 
•106. 

affairs of, 18. 57-58, 59, 61-62, 64, 
66, 93, 110, 129, 150, 154-155, 180, 
184, 185, 187, 189, 190, 234, 281, 
296, 297, 298, 324, 328, 338, 351- 
352, 365, 373, 380-382, 400-401, 
415-16, 421, 441, 446, 447, 461. 

allowance of to officers, 1 8. 820, 824, 

arrearages to, 22. 806-7. 

auditors to settle accounts revived, 

18. 190-191, 212. 

bill for relief of, 19. 80-81, 121; for 
tax to pay interest on certificates, 

19. 636-637, 702; on arrears to, 

20. 200, 216, 221, 394, 434; on 
certificates of, 21. 813, 846; issue 
of certiiioates to, 21. 863-864, 867, 
868, 884, 906, 907, 970, 972, 981, 
982, 983, 984, 990, 997, 1005, 1006, 
1008, 1056; to print currency to 
pay, 19. 55, 566, 576, 602, 677-8; 
to pay interest to, 19. 547; to re- 
peal act to open land office for, 
etc., 19. 584, 586, 593-594, 624, 63b- 
639, 682, 683, 701, 707, 712; to 
settle accounts, &c., 20. 61, 78 ' 



88, 110; to settle accounts and 
frauds in, 20. 207-208, 214-215, 

217, 228, 230, 232, 233, 393, 408, 
409, 420, 421, 423-424, 432-433, 472, 
473; to settle claims of, 21. 340, 
348, 396, 620, 662, 706. 

bounty lands to, 17. 580. 
brevet commissions for, 16. 994. 
certificates to, 16. 527. 
claims of, 20. 614, 615-616. 
clothing to, 16. 505; 19. 126; not 

paid for, 19. 674, 692-693. 
com. and bill on arrears to, 19. 162, 

194, 205, 212, 213, 214-215, 216, 

218, 219, 220, 222, 223, 227, 229, 
231, 280, 281, 282, 289, 293, 307, 
310, 315, 323, 334 335, 344, 346, 
353, 355, 356, 358, 364, 366, 367; 
and reports on accounts of and bill 
on, 19. 562, 575, 602, 603, 604, 605, 
640, 651, 685-687, 697, 702-3, 705; 
and reports on commissioners ac- 
counts, 20. 8; on condition of, 17. 
818-819, 904, 906; for relief of, 21. 
756, 906. 

cost of supplies to, 15. 740. 

enlistments from S. C, 16. 612, 
614. 

equipment, 19. 873. 

frauds in accounts of, 18. 17, 18, 20, 
21, 22, 23, 36, 40, 47, 58-59, 61-62, 
65, 66, 67-68, 71-74, 75, 76, 79, 80, 
83, 85, 87, 88, 89 93, 94, 95, 96, 
101 102, 103, 104, 108-109, 116, 121, 
122, 125, 126, 150-151, 153-154, 156, 
157, 161-164, 166-167, 180, 187, 192- 
193, 200, 203-4, 206, 217, 219, 221, 
222, 223, 232-234, 235, 241, 248, 
249, 250-253, 267, 270, 272-274, 278, 
284, 290, 292, 293, 298, 299, 300, 
301, 303-307, 308, 310-311, 312, 314, 
315, 318, 319, 321, 322, 324, 325, 
326, 327, 329, 330, 332, 333, 334, 
335, 336, 337, 338, 339, 342, 349, 
357, 359, 370-372, 374, 375-376, 377, 
379, 382, 383-386, 389-390, 393, 396, 
400, 411, 412, 426, 429-430, 432, 
436, 437, 439, 440-441, 442, 443, 
444, 447, 449, 451, 452, 457, 459, 
460, 461, 465, 466, 467, 468, 470, 
472, 475, 684, 685; 20. 747-750. 

h6rse and wagons of, 16. 675. 

lands for, 16. 919-920; 19. 938; con- 
sidered, 16. 324-325; friends in, 
20. 109, 113; in danger, 16. 524- 
526; in West, 16. 587-588; war- 
rants to, 18. 406, 416; warrants 



NO. CAR. CONT. TROOPS 219 



NO. CAR. MILITIA 



for widows of, 20. 1042-1043. 
letter from agent of considered, 16. 

165; of Fenner on, 20. 766, 923; 

letter to ment'd, 19. 118. 
list of officers, 18. 485-486; print- 
ed, 18. xii. 
memorial of officers on pay, &c., 17. 

659, 661, 698, 701-702, 738, 742, 

743, 777-779, 793. 
muster rolls of wanted, 20. 129, 

'604, 614, 615-616, 630, 749, 761. 
mutiny in, 19. 957. 
officers of rearranged, 16. xi; rec- 

commended for coms, 19. 44; to 

be deranged and action on same, 

18. 455-6. 
pay of, 20. 457; 21. 686; in paper, 

17. 38; for supplies to wanted, 17. 

68. 
pensions for, 20. 1035-1036. 
prisoners for embezzlement, 20. 

747-749. 
proceedings and memorial of, 18. 

61-62, 64-65, 71-74, 77, 113-114, 117, 

123. 
promotion of officers, 16. 603-604, 

627-628, 630-631. 
prosecutions for frauds, 20. 610- 

611, 616, 630, 634. 
provision for, 17. 851-852, 853; for 

payments of, 18. 878. 
rank in and election of officers for, 

10. 906-908. 
rearrangement of officers, 16. 575- 

577, 578, 607-610, 612, 648, 649, 

653, 654, 655, 664-666, 667, 669; 

17. 132, 141-142. 
recruits for 19. 909-911; 22. 927-9. 
relief for needed, 1 7. 272. 
remarks on, 15. 765. 
reports on, 15. 425, 426; on bound- 
ary coms'r for, 19. 626-627, 635; 

in Camden Co., 18. 796-798; on 

supplies to, 18. 484-476, -495-496. 
return of, 15. 420. 
roster of, 16. 1002-1197. 
services, 22. 729-31. 
settlement of accounts of, 17. 470- 

471; 20. 535. 
suffers at Valley Forge, 13. iii. 
sums due to, &o., 18. 651, 653-654, 

691-692, 700-703, 727-735. 
supplies to, 16. 779; exchanged, 16. 

486. 
See also Troops. 
North Carolina ContCnental troops, 

24. 456. 



North Carolina Currency, 15. 656. 
North Carolina Detachment, return of 

that under Waddell, 15. 760. 
North Carolina dragoons, report of 

Board of War on disposition of, 

13. 58, 496-498, 499. 
North Carolina Gazette, 8. v, 268, 269, 

331; 9. 1223; 10. xiv, 268, 273, 

417, 465, 473, 475, 550, 1021; 12. 
623, 745; 13. 226; 17. 364, 498, 
500, 504; 18. 196, 199, 420, 428, 
571, 716, 805; 24. 427, 686, 741, 742, 
855, 933. 

extracts from, 9. 1031-1041, 1132, 
1133-35, 1145; 11. 742, 743, 747, 
753, 755, 759, 774, 778, 787, 789- 
790, 799, 804-806, 812-813, 815- 
816, 822-823, 824-825; 13. 355-36(5, 
362-364, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 
378, 380, 389, 397, 402, 408, 411, 

418, 420, 421, 425, 431, 438, 450, 
452, 455, 456, 459, 461, 462, 463, 
464, 468, 471, 477, 482, 486, 499. 
500, 501; 18. 21-22. 

loyal addresses published in, 9. 1200, 

1203. 
quoted, 13. vi. 

reprints from on Stamp act, 8. 123- 
125, 127-130, 143, I680-I68/, 187- 
188. 
threatened suspension of, 13, 259. 
See also Printers. 
North Carolina Legion, 18. 474, 1138, 
1149, 1162, 1201. 
promotion in, 16. 312. 
report on wanted, 18. 512. 
North Carolina Letter Book, extracts, 

17. 1047-1048. 
North Carolina Loyalists, 14. 517. 
organized in Fla., 1 1 . xviii. 
See also Loyalists, Tories. 
North Carolina Lutheran Synod, 8. 
761, 777, 778, 779, 780, 781, 782, 
787, 791, 792, 793, 794, 795, 796. 
fraternal union with Episcopal 

Church, 8. 788-91. 
history, 8. 773-776. 
North Carolina IVIedical Society, bill 
to incorporate, 21. 758, 795, 889, 
907, 910, 911, 956, 957, 1010. 
North Carolina Mercury, 10. 1021. 
North Carloina mii;tia, 17. 407, 1046, 
1047; 19. 960, 971, 973, 974, 995- 
996; 22. 98, 123, 142, 150, 1017. 
discontent among, 19. 986-987, 988. 
join Greene, 17. 1002. 
losses at Stone Ferry, 15. 751. 



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220 



NORTH RIVER 



reports on, 17. 1042-43, 1054-61. 
return of, 22. 1022; at Guilford C. 

H., 17. 1038. 
services, 22. 730. 
threatened by Br., 17. 1044-1046. 
North Carolina Miscellaneous Rolls, 

extracts from, 17. 1042. 
North Carolina Rail Road, 8. 746, 

747. 
North Carolina Regiment (Amer.), 8. 

24. 
North Carolina Regiment (Br.), 17. 
980; 22. 191, 231. 
and battle of Camden, 1 5. 270. 
losses at Hanging Rock. 14. 868. 
See also Loyalists, N. C. Royal mili- 
tia, N. C. Loyalists, N. C. Volun- 
teers, Tories. 
North Carolina Regulars, 22. 122. 
North Carolina Royal Militia, mem- 
bers of convicted of treason, 16. 
684, .685, 694, 699, 708. 
North Carolina State Papers, extracts 
from, 13. 424; 14. 800-801, 802, 
818-19, 824-825; 15. 1-3, 60, 98-100, 
117-118. 
North Carolina Troops, 18. 164; 19. 
996. 
promotions in discussed, 13. 263. 
North Carolina Univ. Mag., reprint 

from, 11. 828-837. 
North Carolina Volunteers (Br.), at 
Guilford C. H., 17.1024. 
report on, 15. 397; 17. 1009, 1027. 
See also N. 0. Loyalists; N. C. Regi- 
ment (Br.) ; Tories. 
North Cove, 10. 713. 
North Creek, 7. 866. 
North Dividing Creek, 4. 71. 
North East, 14. 834. 
North East Branch of Cape Fear 
River, 3. 417, 425, 502, 617; 4. 
40, 43, 44, 45, 156, 222, 223, 640, 
644, 646, 684, 685, 686, 688, 689, 
1047, 1127; 5. 158, 353, 621, 1210; 
8. 608; 15. 559; 22. 135, 298, 384, 
386; 23. 133, 187, 220, 342, 369, 418, 
456, 910; 24. 332, 636, 637, 846; 
25. 257, 298, 488. 
North East Branch Cape Fear River, 
act for bridge over, 23. 687; 25. 
506-7; for coms'rs on roads of, 
25. 264; for town on, 23. 399; 
25. 268-70. 
bill for bridge over, 7. 301, 303, 311, 
313, 339, 359, 360, 364, 365, 380, 
383-384, 388, 420; 19. 640; to 



amend act on bridge, 13. 850, 871, 
942, 959, 975; to clear up, 4. 1320, 
1333, 1334, 1335; to Improve navi- 
gation, 20. 170, 176, 188, 199, 300, 
350; to erect town on, 5. 41, 43, 
45, 46, 49, 59, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65, 66, 
183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 199, 201, 
203, 204, 205, 206, 208; 6. 855, 861, 
876, 919, 923, 928; 18. 127, 167, 
188, 338, 346, 353, 379, 393-394, 
398; bridge over bought, 19. 440. 

British on, 15. 782. 

land on wanted by Swiss, 4. 208. 

McCuUoh lands on, 4. 162, 163; 5. 
xxxiii; 8. 570. 

navigable, 1 5. 569. 

sawmills on, 8. xlvii. 

skirmish on, 15. 787, 789. 
North East Bridge, 10. 696; 24. 948, 
North East Camp, 8. 600. 
North East Co. Dist., report on militia, 

22. 337, 341-2. 

North East Parish of Chowan Pre- 
cinct, 25. 177, 178. 
North East Parish of Pasq. Precinct, 

23. 6, 7. 
established, 2. 207. 
vestryman of, 2. 209. 

North East Part of Carolina, 25. 162, 

167, 168, 169, 172, 173. 176, 179, 

182, 184, 191, 194, 196, 198, 199, 

200, 201, 204, 206, 210, 211, 212. 

North East R^ver, 4. 53; 6. 1018, 1088, 

11. 832. 
North East River, 20. 594. 
North East Swamp, bill to improve 
navigation, 20. 170, 176, 188, 199, 
300, 350. 
North Fork, The, 22. 702. 
North Fork of Second Broad River, 

bill on fish, 20. 181, 355. 
North Island, 2. 751. 
North Landing, 9. 34. 
North Mountain, 5. 1201. 
North River, 2. 317, 500, 724, 747, 751; 
4. 335; 6. 1019, 1020; 11. 808; 13. 
464; 23. 221 
act for canal to, 14. 871-2; for road 

to, 23. 592; 25. 474-5. 
bill for canal to, 18. 14, 30, 43, 242, 
246, 265, 266; for road to, 6. 853, 
854, 861, 866, 872, 874, 891, 919, 
923, 928, 943, 946. 
fort on, 16. 881. 

inspection at, 24. 581; 25. 313, 380. 
observations from, 1. 386. 
quit rents paid at, 25. 217. 



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221 



NORTH WEST RIVER 



threatened, 1 1 . 437. 

tobacco inspection at, 23. 641, 792. 
North River (Currituck), 24. 647, 960. 
North River, N. Y., 8. xxxix; 1 1 . 514, 
542 (?), 666; 13. 197, 237, 495, 

14. 191, 563. 

North River Bridge, 25. 474. 

North River Point, 2. 802. 

North Sea, 16. 897. 

North Shore, 2. 11. 

North Shore of Chowan River, 2. 17. 

North Shore of the Sound, 2. 118, 119, 
150. 

North Star, the, brings in salt, 9. 
1103. 

North West Branch of Cape Fear 
River, 3. 425, 442, 471, 502; 4. 
51, 57, 59, 60, 71, 156, 219, 280, 335, 
811, 890, 948, 949, 950; 5. 164, 246, 
354, 494, 1012, 1210; 6. 579, 608, 
609, 729, 740-741, 765, 766, 816, 
1072; 9. 181, 659; 10. 466; 11. 
284; 13. 313, 315; 15. 651; 16. 
596; 22. 299; 23. 149, 187, 220, 
221, 369, 418, 447, 448, 513, 592, 
594, 622, 910; 24. 636, 637, 848, 
985; 25. 264, 298, 470, 480, 487, 
488. 
act for ferry on, 23. 479; 25. 356; 
for road to, 23. 439, 662-3; 25. 
330; for town on, 23. 920-2. 
and S. C. boundary, 5. 380, 381, 382. 

389, 390. 
bill for ferry over, 5. 873-874, 876, 
888, 894-895, 896, 897, 899, 900, 
902, 924; for road to, 5. 504, 505, 
508, 509, 519, 532, 534, 535, 536, 
537, 541, 544, 558; for town on, 8. 
820-821, 857, 865, 874, 880, 883, 
891, 924-925, 937, 938, 947, 948, 
953; 8. 295, 296, 297, 299, 300, 301, 
321, 325-326, 332, 336, 339, 340, 
341, 342, 343, 349, 366, 393, 438, 
477, 479, 523; 9. 386, 388, 391, 443, 
462, 463, 468, 473, 475, 479, 483, 
583, 659, 726, 774; to amend act 
for town on, 7. 563, 591, 598, 601, 
604, 629, 635, 637, 639. 
cattle and horses to be collected on, 

15. 206. 
course, 6. 784. 
freshet in, 1 T. 168. 
navigable, 15. 569. 

proposed grant to McCuUoh on, 4. 

162. 
saw mills on, 8. xlvii. 
Swiss want lands on, 4. 157. 



North West Branch of New Rfiver, bill 

for navigation, 19. 428-429, 763, 791. 
North West Co. Dists., report on, 22. 

337. 
North West District of New Hanover 

Co., act on road for, 23. 220. 
North West High Road, 25. 463. 
North West Landing, 2. 751; 14. 95; 

25. 469. 
North West IVIain Road, 25. 463. 
North West Parish, 4. 7; 5. 116, 406; 
23. 187. 
act to divide, 23. 498-500; to fix 

boundary, 23. 164-165, 336, 445. 
bill to divide, 5. 1019, 1020, 1036, 
1047, 1048, 1049, 1052, 1054, 1055, 
1097. 
part added to St. George's, 23. 504. 
North West Parish of Bertie, 3. 334. 
act to create, 23. Ill, 334; 25. 210, 
298-304; to fix boundaries, 23. 205- 
206, 337. 
North West Passage, Dobbs desires 

discovery of, 5. v; 6. 992. 
North West River (Biaden), 24. 533. 
North West River (Curritucl<), 3. 186; 
4. 53; 6. 1081, .1084; 23. 120; 25. 
161. 
army at, 15. 673. 
boundary of N. C. and Va., 2. 731, 

747, 748, 750, 751, 803. 
British on, 15. xiii, 145. 
Lamb on act for road to, 7. 225. 
observations from, 1. 386. 
toll books to be kept at, 23. 60- 
61, 333. 
North West River (Cape Fear?), act 

for road to, 25. 481. 
North West River, (New Han.), 24. 

985. 
North West River, (Onslow), bill for 
ferry on, 7. 48, 50, 51, 54, 61, 70, 
71, 76, 78, 80, 83-84; for Onslow 
C. H. on, 5. 534, 535, 542; for road 
to, 6. 492, 855, 856, 861, 872, 874, 
891, 921, 923-924, 928, 936, 943, 952, 
1233, 1238, 1239-1240, 1243, 1243- 
1244, 1253, 12S5, 1286-1287, 1293- 
1294, 1295,1297, 1301-1302, 1303, 
7. 92 
proposed settlement for, 4. 156. 
North West River Bridge, Va., 15. 144, 
158; 19. 893. 
aid sent to Gregory, 17. 806-807, 808. 
Gregory at, 17. 992. 
troops at, 15. 112. 
North West River Bridge Camp, 15. 



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222 



NOETHAMPTON CO. 



112, 156. 

North West Store, 5. 357. 

North West Territory, 16. 261. 
gov't, 20. 740-746, 774. 
lands of ceded to U. S., 16. 891, 
892. 

Northampton Co., 4. 724, 989, 990, 
1025, 1026, 1072, 1123, 1125, 1170, 
1231, 1233, 1336; 5. x, xlii, 2, 241, 
590, 591, 976, 1008, 1047, 1059; 
6. 154, 381, 407, 537, 547, 735, 742, 
807, 900o, 978, 980, 981, 994, 1042, 
1050, 1127, 1265; 7. 7, 252, 265, 
352, 383, 424, 477, 575; 8. 12, 13, 
20, .45, 228, 315; 9. 20, 21, 156, 298, 
325, 592, 1003; 10. xxxiv, 66, 416, 
525, 558, 585, 917, 937, 977; 11. 
320, 657, 679; 12. 133, 134, 136, 
190, 295, 296, 358; 13. 98, 168, 652; 
15. 450, 480, 493, 582, 588; 16. 
564; 18. 252, 497; 19. 222, 223, 
403, 405, 406, 409, 464, 474, 488, 
524, 728, 731, 819, 828; 20. 26, 146, 
325, 330, 531, 542, 560, 576; 21. 
101, 1070; 22. 106, 287, 606, 756, 
780, 781,; 23. 249, 255, 271, 273, 
373, 411, 478, 488, 496, 508, 514, 
553, 564, 575, 618, 620, 626, 633, 
692, 705, 723, 855, 874, 904, 912, 
927, 946, 991; 24. 107, 109, 581, 
860, 938; 25. 64, 256, 467, 496. 
act for court, 24. 37-9, 50-64, 161; 
25. 274-87, 437; for tax, 23. 544-5; 
25. 472; for parrish in, 25. 298- 
304; for poor house, 24. 738-9; for 
tax for public buildings, 24. 519, 
594, 625, 632-3, 703, 767; for town 
in, 23. 346; 24. 856-7, 960-1; 25. 
240-2; on boundary, 23. 658; on 
jurors, 24. 82-4, 273-5; 25. 422; on 
roads, 23. 449-51; on strays, 23. 
777-9, 972; to add part to Bute, 

23. 754-5; to divide, 23. 503-4; to 
divide North West Parish, 23. 498- 
500; to establish, 23. 205-206, 337, 
445; to erect repealed, 5. 93, 
116; and to be re-enacted, 5. 405- 
407; to fix time ot co. ct., 23. 484; 

24. 717-18; 25. 288, 364, 406. 
asks for incorporation of town, 6. 

1269-1270; for minister, 7. 790. 
bill for fixing place of courts, 5. 1010, 
1021, 1022, 1023, 1036, 1053 1056, 
1059, 1060, 1061, 1062, 1065, 1097; 
for payment of taxes in tobacco, 
6. 667, 674; for public buildings, 
19. 611, 676, 702; 20. 24; for tax 



for public building, 19. 409, 419, 
422, 470, 735, 749, 755, 807, 817; 
for town in. 4. 1055, 1056, 1057, 
1058, 1064; 7. 577; 18. 17, 30, 44, 
247, 249, 253, 259, 266, 268; 21. 
54, 77, 85, 117, 122; on strays, 8. 
100, 325; 9. 842, 848, 852, 861, 894, 
895, 907, 910, 913, 914, 928, 1014; 
to add part to Bute, 7. 558, 560, 
579, 584, 585, 623, 625-626, 668; to 
alter line of, 6. 1232, 1234, 1238, 
1240, 1253, 1284, 1287, 1294, 1298, 
1299; 7. 92; to alter time of court, 
4. 1054; 5. 875, 876, 899, 900, 901, 
1005, 1008, 1010, 1011; to appoint 
treasurer, 4. 1322, 1323, 1324, 1328, 
1338, 1339, 1340, 1342, 1343, 1348; 
to divide parish in, 5. 1047, 1048, 
1049, 1052, 1054, 1055, 1097; to 
erect poor house in, 17. 286; to 
make new county out of, 6. 128, 
129, 131, 161-162, 163-164, 168, 170, 
171, 183, 200; to pay for goods 
burned, 6. 644, 649, 650-651, 660, 
674, 675, 684, 685, 750. 

cases of tried at Edgecombe C. H., 
23. 253. 

census of 1790, 26. 834-856. 

clergy in, 8. 222. 

clothing for troops due from, 12. 
639, 748. 

complaints of officers from, 8. 313. 

court days, 23. 703, 704, 874, 885, 
932, 946, 990. 

debts due to, 8. 280-281. 

drafts in, 1 5. 360. 

dues from sheriffs, 9. 572. 

Edwards clerk of, 5. 634. 

established out of Bertie, 6. 302. 

in Halifax dist, 15. 377. 

Indians in, 5. 321. 

inspection in, 25. 313, 379. 

J. P.'s in, 4. 713, 966, 1038; 5. 32; 
6. 335; 9. 75; 23. 995. 

land grants in, 4. 619, 626, 627, 
634, 635, 638, 641, 643, 651, 703, 704, 
705, 709, 710, 711, 712, 761, 764, 
765, 766, 767, 768, 1033. 

members of assembly, 4. 731, 733, 
740, 816, 1170, 1231; 5. 232, 239, 
521, 697, 847, 1110; 6. 77, 98, 135, 
147, 364, 662, 801, 893, 1152, 1259, 
1260; 7. 284, 342, 346, 347, 351; 8. 
106, 303, 307, 308, 310, 418; 9. 148, 
448, 734, 736, 1188; 12. 2, 18, 266, 
272, 342, 590, 656, 671; 13. 736, 
785, 811, 885; 16. 2; 17. 265, 277, 



NORTHAMPTON CO. 



223 



NORTHEY, EDWARD 



795, 878; 18. 2, 227, 267; 19. 1, 
129, 158, 234, 400, 513, 718, 745; 
20. 2, 5, 31, 37, 120, 302, 476; 21. 

2, 194, 730, 872, 893. 

members in Conv. 1788 and 89, 22. 

3, 38. 

members in Prov. Congress, 9. xxxi, 

1042, 1179; 10. 165, 501, 508, 515, 

914, 946, 961. 
militia in, 5. 575, 603; in regulator 

campaign, 8. 697, 702, 707; in 

Spanish alarm, 22. 273-274; or- 
ganization of, 10. 626, facing 680, 

944; returns, 22. 309, 313. 
Morton settles in, 7. 241-242, 252- 

253, 260; to S. P. G. on his work 

in, 7. 424. 
new county cut out of, 6. 227. 
no bounty to troops, 15. 8. 
number members in assem., 5. 87, 

88. 
officers, 9. 298. 
organization of troops, 10. 205, 207, 

531, 626, facing 680. 
owes state, 21. 1068, 1076. 
parishes and ministers in, 7. 457, 

541. 
payments to Jones, 5. 969. 
petition from, 19. 160, 162, 171, 174, 

280, 291; for new county, 5. 1068; 

for repeal of on free negroes, 6. 

982-983; on inter-marriages, 5. 

295. 
population, 18. iii, 433. 
regulation in, 8. 537. 
religious affairs in, 6. 1052. 
report on militia of, 5. 163. 
salt sold in, 12. 101. 
sheriffs, 5. 978, 982. 
slave burnt in, 5. 976. 
slaves not to cultivate tobacco, 23. 

952. 
S. C. proceedings, 10. 140. 
supreme ct. of held in Enfield, 5. 

260. 
tax in, 19. 707. 
taxables in, 7. 146, 284, 289, 539 

541; in 1754, 5. 320, 575, 603. 
time for inferior ct., 7. 609, 647. 
tobacco inspection in, 23. 641, 736, 

792. 
treasurer for, 23. 378-380, 400. 
troops to be raised, 13. 411; 24. 

153. 
Northampton Co., Pa., 8. 728. 

Germans in, 8. 729. 
Northampton Co., Va., tithables in 



1756. 5. 565. 
Northampton District, act on place for 
courts, 23. 490-2. 
recruiting officer for, 22. 928. 
Northamptonshire, Eng., 4. 877. 
Northcoat (Northcoate), John, ap- 
praiser, 1. 449. 
attorney, 1. 443. 
imports persons, 1. 396. 
Northcoate, John, imported, 1. 394. 
Northcot, John, claims, 9. 590. 
Northcut, John, a J. P., 23. 994. 
Northen, Philip, q.uit rents of, 22. 

247. 
Northern, Joseph, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Northern Army, 22. 588. 
address of to Washington and his 

reply on pay, 16. 826-832. 
hopes from, 15. 502. 
supplied on contract, 1 6. 8. 
Northern Army (Br.), 15. 292. 
Northern Counties, members refuse to 
attend assembly, 6. 1035, 1036. ~ 
opposed to Southern, 9. 1053. 
outvote the Southern, 6. 972. 
property threatened in, 4. 1146. 
refuse to use paper money, 6. vii. 
struggle for representation. See 
Representation, struggle for. 
Northern District, 18. 760. 
Northern District, bill for treasurer 
for, 7. 555, 556, 557, 562, 574, 575, 
578, 590, 595, 597, 599, 602, 623, 
631-632, 668, 651, 695. 
Northern Indians, 19. 848, 951. 
ready to revolt, 17. 109. 
send war message to Cherokees, 10. 
773-774, 776-779, 780, 782, 784; 17. 
115. 
threaten South, 20. 653, 655, 677; 
Tenn., 20. 708, 711, 712; war, 20. 
692; 22. 494, 683. 
trouble those in South, 17. 428, 429. 
Northern States, 16. viii, 679, 734; 18. 
757; 20. 655; 22. 812. 
and militia, 17. 97. 
arms in, 17. 103. 
in Fed. Conv., 20. iv. 
jealousy of in C. C, 11. 396. 
Northern Neck of Va., charter of, 1. 

848. 
Northern's Creek, 2. 751. 
Northern's House, 2. 747. 
Northey, IVIr., at Board of Trade meet- 
ing, 8. 275-277. 
Northey (Northy), Sir Edward, opin- 
ion on impressing seamen, 4. 639. 



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224 



NORWOOD, JOHN 



on efforts to stop the making of 

temporary laws in colonies, 2. 136. 
opinion on S. C. church acts, 1. 642- 

643. 
Northey, Samuel, land lapses, 2. 772. 
petition and complaint ment'd, 2. 

817. 
petitions Everard against unjust 

court judgments, 2. 757-761, 762. 
Northey, W., to Tryon on laws of 1768 

and 1769, 8. 264-267. 
Northgroves, Wm., army rank, 16. 

1125. 
Northumberland, Duke of^ 9. 1092. 
Northumberland, Earl of, 7. 459. 
Northumberland (parole), 8. 595. 
Northumberland Co., Va., tithables 

in 1756, 5. 565. 
Northven, John, in militia, 9. 59. 
Northy, , Allen vs., case recited, 

3. 225. 
Northy, , Trotter vs., case recited, 

3. 225. 
Northy, David, law suit, 2. 108. 
Northy, Sam'l., Jr., asks for lapsed 

land, 2. 378. 
Norton, Capt., sails on war erpedition, 

1. 878. 
Norton, Lt., court martialed, 12. 523- 

524. 
Norton, Aaron, petition on separation, 

22. 705-10. 
Norton, Cornelius, witness, 5. 778. 
Norton, Cornelius, Jr., witness, 5. 778. 
Norton, Isham, Sr., pensioner, 22. 79. 
Norton, Isom, in militia, 17. 1058. 
Norton, Jacob, army rank, 16. 1123. 
Norton, John, abuses governor, 2. 540, 

541-542. 
indicted, 2. 267-8. 
juror, 2. 596. 
law suit, 2. 112. 

to muster troops for S. C, 2. 180. 
vestryman, 23. 7. 
Norton, John, petition on separation, 

22. 705-10. 
Norton, John, quit rents of, 22. 247. 
Norton, Jonathan, in militia, 22. 348. 
Norton, Jos., judge, 1. 491. 
Norton, Richard, petition on catching 

fish, 9. 87-88. 
Norton, Richard, Watauga to be an- 
nexed, 10. 708-711. 
Norton, Stephen, petitions for division 

of Orange Co., 9. 809. 
Norton, W., land grant to, 4. 56. 
Norton, Wm., army rank, 16. 1123. 



Norton, Wm., army rank, 16. 1123. 
Norton, Wm., in army, 15. 721. 
Norton, Wm., in militia, 17. 1057. 
Norton, Wm., in militia, 17. 1058. 
Norton, Wm., land grant to, 4. 49, 218, 
336. 
rights proved, 4. 598. 
Norton, Wm., petition on catching 

flsh, 9. 87-88. 
Norton, Wm., regulator, 7. 736. 
Norton, Wm., road coms'r, 23. 221. 
Norton, Wm., run to, 22. 444. 
Norvil, Elizabeth, q.uit rents of, 22. 

242. 
Norvlll, James, settler, 1. 76. 
Norvill, Thomas, settler, 1. 76. 
Norwalk, Conn., 9. 1232. 

burned, 8. xxxviii. 
Norway, 5. 318, 322; 15. 339. 
naval stores exported from, 6. 1031. 
rates on freight from, 1. 599. 
trade with, 6. 1033. 
traders from, 1. 468. 
Norwed, Jno., in militia, 22. 367. 

Norwell, . exchanged, 16. 675. 

Norwel! (Norvil, Norvill), Enos, army 
pay, 17. 235. 
army rank, 16. 1126. 
pensioner, 22. 79. 
Norwell, Wm., army pay, 17. 235. 
Norwest, the, 9. 1022. 
Norwood, George, land grant to, 4. 619. 

quit rents of, 22. 242. 
CJorwood, Gilliam, in militia, 22. 160. 
Norwood, Gillum, takes oath, 22. 174. 
Norwood, John, act for him to sell 
land, 24. 313. 
bill to enable him to sell lands, 13. 

866, 872, 889, 957, 963, 980. 
boundary and co. coms'r, 24. 228, 

229, 449. 

in assembly, 13. 913, 925, 928, 959, 

975, 980, 982, 984, 988, 990, 1000; 

19. 385. 

in Conv. 1788, 22. 2, 5, 25, 28, 30, 31. 

on com. of assemb., 13. 867, 915, 

958. 
on S. C. of Halifax Dist, 10. 215. 
Norwood, John, army pay, 17. 235. 

army rank, 16. 1126. 
Norwood, John, in Davidson's Co., 14. 

294. 
Norwood, Jno., in militia, 22. 371. 
Norwood, Jno., In militia, 22. 392. 
Norwood, John, petitions for Windsor 

as C. H., 9. 804-806. 
Norwood, John, pensioner, 22. 79. 



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225 



NOTTOWAY 



Norwood, John, resigns as J. P., 19. 
588. 

Norwood, Jordan, takes oath, 22. 175. 

Norwood, Jordan, in militia, 22. 167. 

Norwood, Math., land grant asked for, 
4. 634. 

Norwood, Nat., juror, 4. 522. 

Norwood, Nath., land grant to, 4. 634. 

Norwood, Nath'l, takes oath, 22. 175. 

Norwood, Samuel, juror, 4. 522. 

Norwood, Theophilus, land grant to, 4. 
279. 

Norwood, Thos., land grant asked, 4. 
971; grant to, 4. 803, 968, 1254; 
grant to delayed, 4. 1252-1253. 
land to be surveyed, 5. 813. 
resurvey ordered for, 4. 1037. 

Norwood, Wm., army rank, 16. 1126. 

Norwood, Wm., land grant to, 4. 619, 
641. 

Norwood, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 242. 

Nosworthy, Saml., army rank, 16. 
1125. 

Notaries, gov. to appoint, 24. 99. 

Notationes in totam Soripturam Sac- 
ram, 2. 583. 

Notchay Fort, 17. 519. 

Notched Entries, history of, 5. 642- 
643. 

Notchee Creel<, "22. 1002, 1004. 

Notcher, Wm., in militia, 22. 42. 

Notes, act to issue, 23. 781-3. 
and bonds, bill to prevent taking 
judgment on, 6. 1223, 1233, 1235, 
1267, 1268, 1271, 1284-5. 
bill for recovery of money on, 6. 818- 
819, 844, 862, 870, 874, 890, 904- 
905, 906, 931, 944, 945, 946. 
bills and bonds, act on proceedings 
on, 25. 53-4; to make negotiable, 
24. 791-2. 
issue of discussed, 5. 825, 826, 827. 
private, Dobbs's proclamation 
against, 6. 955; issued by Murray 
and reasons, 5. 937-938, 941, 943- 
944, 952-953; of Murray and Ruth- 
erford ment'd, 5. 988; investi- 
gated, 5. 825. 
promisory, act to recover on, 23. 
586-8; Eng. act on in force in N. 
C, .23. 325. 
report on issue of, 6. 203. 
use of to pay soldiers^ 16. 838-839, 
845-848. 

Notes, Prefatory, 1. ix-xxxiv; 2. iii- 
xix; 3. iii-xviil; 4. iii-xxii; 5. 
iii-lxi; 6. iil-xxv; 7. iii-xxxiv; 



8. iii-xlvlil; 9. iii-xlvii; 10. iii-xli; 

11. vii-xx; 12. iii-v; 13. iii-xiv; 

14. iii-xvi; 15. iii-xiv; 16. iii-xii; 

17. iil-x; 18. iii-ix; 19. iii-vi; 20. 

iii-vil; 21. ili-vi; 22. iii-vii; 23. 

lii; 24. iii-iv; 25. iii-yi; 26. iii-iv. 

Notes of credit, act to issue, 25. 331- 

3, 345-8, 350-2, 361-4, 370-2, 394. 

to be redeemed, 5. 887. 

to be paid out of glebe funds, 5. 923, 

925. 
See also Bills of Credit, currency, 
money. 
Northern, Samuel, army pay, 17. 235. 
Northern, Sol., army rank, 16. 1127. 
Notley, Prince of, complains of en- 
croachments, 13. 184. 
Notley, Thos., commissioner on to- 
bacco planting, 1. 117-118, 139-140, 
151-153. 
Notley RSver, 5. 1192. 
Notre Dame, brig., 15. 39, 392. 

Nott, , killed, 15. 571. 

Nott, Col., reports on war materials in 

Va., 1. 835. 
Nott, Andrew, land grant to, 4. 1246. 
Nott, Jethro., army pay, 17. 235. 
Nottingham Township, N. J., offered 
as site of Federal capital, 16. 843. 
Nottoway Indian Town, 1. 739, 743. 
interview with Tuscaroras at, 1 . 808, 
809, 815, 816. 
Nottoway Indians, capture Cherokee 
woman, 7. 268. 
educate their boys, 1. 817. 
fight French, 5. 584. 
killed by Tuscaroras, 1. 863. 
location, 1. 661, 662, 663. 
not to be trusted, 1. 884. 
number, 3. 89. 

promise to join English, 5. 647. 
to give depositions on Va. boundary, 

1. 740. 
tribute to, 1. 745. 
Nottoway Parish, Va., 8. 12. 
Nottoway (Notteway, Nottoaway) 
River, 2. 499; 8. 154; 15. 629; 22. 
542. 
a public highway, 25. 92. 
and Virginia boundary, 1. 740, 743, 
744, 745, 748, 757; 2. 205, 222, 223, 
517, 518, 681, 683, 731, 733, 748, 756, 
757, 776, 777, 806, 807. 
boundary of Indians, 1. 660, 661, 663; 

of N. C, t. 648. 
Carolina land patents north of, 2. 
135. 



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NOURSE, JOSEPH 



226 



NUGENT, P. 



location, 1. 668, 676. 
surveyor begins boundary on, 1. 646. 
surveys on, 1. 641. 
Nourse (Mourse), Joseph, 14. 21S, 565. 
register of treasury, 16. 355, 928, 
929; 17. 533, 534, 535, 536, 562; 
18. 165, 387. 
report of, 18. 667-669. 
to Caswell on distribution of proof 
sheets of currency bills, 14. 212- 
213. 
Nova (Novia) Scotia, 3. 432; 5. 393, 
410, 639, 658, 753, 757, 783, 808; 7. 
459; 9. 1090; 10. 458; 15. 44; 16. 
X, 390, 902, 991; 18.' 623, 663, 680. 
Acadians (?) imported into Va. 

from, 5. 446, 562. 
and Amer. Union, 14. 309. 
and U. S. boundary, 16. 749, 750; 

17. 5, 6. 
British sail to, 16. 872. 
Fanning It. gov. of, 8. xli 
fishing allowed, 16. 751; 17.. 6, 7. 
French ships captured, 5. 436. 
in vice admiralty dist. of Halifax, 

11. 217, 218. 
instructions in regard to defense of, 
2. 393-394; to gov. on, 11. 242, 244. 
may be admitted to Cont. Assn, 10. 

178. 
negroes sent to, 16. 972; 17. 125; 
brought from, 17. 385, 389, 595- 
596; to be seized, 20. 86. 
no vessel to load for, 9. 1281. 
not fit for Swiss, 4. 157-158. 
population in 1755, 5. 470. 
refugees from, 17. 457. 
restored to Great Britian 5. 463 

465, 467. 
seal for, 11. 211. 
sought by neutrals, 5. 585. 
taken by French, 5. 221, 222. 
troops in to be increased, 5. 330; 
raised in for N. C, 10. 421; sent 
to, 5. 407. 
Noveal, Henry, army pay, 17. 232. 
Newel, Allis, buys land, 1. 485. 
Nowel, Ellener, sells land, 1. 485. 
Newel, Harman, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-9. 
Nowel, Jno., in militia, 22. 333. 
Nowel, Josiah, army rank, 16. 1127. 
Newell, AMce, imported, l'. 395. 
Newell, Daniel, army pay, 17. 236. 
Newell, Elllnor, imported, 1. 395. 
Newell, Joan, imported, 1. 395. 
Newell, John, Baptist minister, 5. 



1180. 
Newell, Jesiah, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Newell, Olliver, imported, 1. 395. 
Newell (Nowel), Richard, buys and 
sells land, 1. 610. 
gives power of att'y, 1- 609. 
imports persons, 1. 395. 
law suit, 1. 393. 
road overseer, 1. 486. 
sells land, 1. 485. 
Newell, Thos., reports on captures, 

22. 966. 
Newels, Peter, petition " separation, 

22. 705-9. 
Nowil, James, asks relief from church 

tax, 9. 95-96. 
NewM, James, petition on who are 

tithables, 9. 97. 
Nowland (Nowlan, Nolan), Morris, es- 
tate and action on suit against 
same mentioned, 10. 964-965. 
loyalist, 10. 597. 

surrenders charter of Campbelton, 
9. 270-271. 
Newles. See Knowles. 
Nowles, Richd., army rank, 16. 1126. • 
NewlCng, Charles, in militia, 22. 161. 
Nowling, Danl., in militia, 22. 161. 
Nowling, David, in militia, 22. 162. 
Newling, James, in militia, 22. 161. 
Noy, John, rights proved, 4. 709. 
Neyes. See Noise. 
Moyes, Mr., 9. 1232. 
Nube, Francis, army rank, 16. 1127. 

See also Newby. 
Nucket, Thomas, asks for new county, 

9. 89-90. 
Nuchels, John, complains on trouble 
in collecting taxes in Tryon Co., 
9. 56. 
favorable report on petition and 
resolution to ask S. C. to collect 
taxes on border, 0. 803. 
petition considered and rejected, 9. 

501, 502, 508. 
presents claims for expedition 
against Cherokees, 8. 517-518. 
Neustra Senora de Guadalupe, ship 
wrecked, 4. 1300-1303, 1304, 1305,' 
1308, 1310. 
Nugent, Edward, deputy surveyor, 5. 

811, 812. 
Nugent, Ed., in militia, 22. 357. 
Nugent, H., appoints Lucas as deputy 

aud. of revenue, 6. 47-48. 
Nugent, P., commissions Cholmon- 
deley auditor gen. of revenues, 5. 



NULESS, PETER 



227 



GATES, JOSEPH 



764-765. 
Nuless, Peter, petition on separation, 

22. 705-10. 

Null,, , 21. 565. 

Null,"Philip, petition, 21. 760-761, 767, 

892, 894-895, 916. 
Nun, Francis, in militia, 22. 324. 
Nun (Nunn), Francis, land grant to, 4. 

344, 800. 
Nun, Wm., a J. P., 5. 997. 
Nun Street, Wilmington, 24. 725. 

Nunn, , sheriff, 7. 777. 

Nunn, Jno., in militia, 22. 418. 
Nunn, Jolin, juror, 8. 72. 
Nunn, Jolin, protests against regulat- 
ors, 8. 273-274. 
Nunn, John, takes illegal fees, 7. 

780. 
Nunn, Josepli, army pay, 17. 236. 
Nunn, Joshua, in militia, 22. 164. 
Nunn, Wm., allowed preference in lots, 

25. 502. 
commission as sheriff, 7. 91. 
coroner, 6. 799. 
debts due by, 8. 280-1; as sheriff, 

9. 573. 
protests against regulators, 8. 273- 

274. 
takes illegal fees, 7. 777. 
town coms'r, 25. 402. 
Nunn, Wm., Jr., juror 8. 72. 
Nunnery, Amos, pensioner, 22. 78. 
Nunnery, Henry, army rank, 16. 1123. 
Nuse, 26. 970. 
Nuss'baum, Rev., work of, 8. 764-5, 

766, 768, 771, 772, 774, 780. 
Nussmann, ,- marries Layrle, 8. 

771. 
work of as pastor and teacher, 8. 

762-763. 
Nussman (Nuffman), Adolphus, school 

trustee, 24. 756. 
Nussman, Rev. Adolph, history of, 

8. 759, 760. 
Nusum, Aaron, gun impressed, 22. 

414. 
Nutall, Mr., ensign, 13. 193. 
Nutall, Nathaniel, Q. M., 13. 191; 22. 

760. 
Nutbush (Nut Bush), 5. 1212; 7. 90; 

15. 547, 549, 550, 556, 575, 603, 

657; 16. 299, 526, 693; 17. 857; 

19. 869; 22. 371, 605. 
arms and ammunition sent to, 16. 

272. 
nom. as place for assembly, 17. 704, 

705, 783, 785, 941. 



regulation in, 7. xx. 
Nutbush Church, 5. 1214. 
Nutbush (Nutt Bush) Creek, 2. 777, 

785, 811; 24. 866. 
Nutbush District, 22. 175. 
Nuthale, Nathanil, Q. M., 13. 191; 22. 

760. 
Nuthall, Nathl., army rank, 16. 1126. 
Nuthall, Nath., in N. C. brigade, 13. 

427. 
^Nutin, John, pay to, 22. 485. 
Nuton. See Newton. 
Nuton, Jno., in militia, 22. 342. 
Nuton, Ruben, asks for new county, 9. 

90. 
Nutt, Andrew, in militia, 22. 381. 
iNutt, Jno., in militia, 22. 381. 
Nutt, John, taxable, 15. 192. 

voter, 15. 237, 238. 
Nutt, Robt., in militia, 22. 374. 
Mutt, Robt., in militia, 22. 382. 
Nutt, Wm., in militia, 22. 382. 
Nutt, Wm., Jr., in militia, 22. 382. 
Nutten Island, 10. 428. 



Oadham, Jacob, juror, 25. 186. 

Oak, The, 24. 926. 

Oak Island, 4. 702. 

.Oak Park, Smith wants, 16. 982-983, 
985. 

Oak Ridge, 2. .453. 

Oake, Wm., 9. 1233. 

Oakey, Nathan, buys and s^Us land 
24. 820-1. 
takes oath, 22. 171. 

Oakland, John, army pay, 8. 237. 

Oakland, Josiah, army pay, 17. 237. 

Oakley, John, takes oath, 22. 169. 

Oakley, Laban, takes oath, 22. 169. 

Oakley, Thos., takes oath, 22. 168. 

Oakley, Wm., takes oath, 22. 168. 

Oakly, Soloman, reward to for desert- 
ers, 10. 980. 

Oakmulses, the, 11. 168. 

Oases, John, rights proved, 4. 706. 

Oate, Daniel, army pay, 17. 237. 

Oates. See Oats. 

Oates, Capt., executed, 14. 733. 

Oates, Elizabeth, law suit, 1. 621. 

Oates, James, land grant to, 4. 1043, 
1047. 

Oates, John, land grant to, 4. 962. 

Oates, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 853, 
964. 



GATES, JOSEPH 



228 



OBRYAN, 



Dates, Jos., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Oath of Abjuration, act on,' 24. 103^ 
Martin's proclamation on, 9. 52-53. 
release from asked by Moravians, 5. 

1153-1154. 
taken by assembly, 9. 137-138. 
Oath of Allegiance, act on, 24. 103, 
492. 
causes trouble, 1. xxvi, xxvii. 
list of those taking, 22. 168-179. 
required, 23. 985-6. 
resolve on, 13. 545. 
samples, 13. 417-419. 
to be taken, 1. 166, 181, 182, 236, 237, 
334; to Kings and Proprietors, 1. 
80, 83. 
Oath of Supremacy, Bng. act on in 

force in N. C, 23. 324, 325. 
Oaths, act for in conformity with 
church of England, 25. 151; act 
on, 23. 39, 95; 24. 12-13; to alter, 

24. 684-5; to declare alterations 
in, 2. 858-862; to enforce, 1. 789; 
in S. C, 2. 863-867. 

bill on, 12. 50, 82, 86, 87, 112, 179, 
185, 196, 198, 205, 213, 256, 355, 370, 
379, 381, 400, 452; 13. 355. 

blank certificates for to be printed, 

12. 715, 716. 

character, 5. 31, 32, 35, 36; '6. 84; 7. 
522. 

form taken by governors, 1. 227-228; 
under F. C, 2. 857; for applicants 
for patents ment'd, 4. 593; to be 
taken to N. C, 24.- 11, 86, 88, 89, 
329. 

list of persons refusing, 13. 446. 

list of those to be taken, 5. 1107, 
1108. 

not required in milita, 4. 1081. 

of clerks and judges, 24. 49-50; 

25. 275; 25. 436. 

of confiscaton coms'rs, 24. 210-11, 
246-5. 

of council, 7. 272-273. 

of taxpayer and tax appraiser, 24. 
109-110, 200, 201, 317, 430, 431, 544. 

of tobacco inspector, 24. 106. 

of vestrymen, 6. 715, 721. 

petitions, report and bill on in mat- 
ter of Quakers, Moravians, etc., 

13. 541, 550-551, 572, 579, 601, 636 
648-649, 652-653, 685, 711, 728, 83o! 
831, 920, 921. 

provisions for, 12. 603, 605, 609. 

refused, 1. 656. 

required of gov., assembly, and 



others, 6. 525, 526, 528; of assem- 
blymen in S. C, 2. 915. 
signed by Council of State, 11. 363- 

365. 
taken by council, 5. 29; gov., 1. 841, 
842, 843; by justices, 1. 612, 619, 
652; ; to Franklin State, 22. 648-9; 
to George I., 2. 146; to Geo. III., 
6. 629, 755. 
taken by Quakers, 1. 711. 
to be taken by officers, 1. 424; 3. 67, 
68, 91, 109; 13. 37; by vestries, 
25. 426, 429. 
to King against regulation, 7. 817. 
Cathy, J., land grant to, 4. 440-441. 
Oatreket, J no., in militia, 22. 319. 
Oats. See Oate, Dates. 
Oats (Oates), James, 1. 493, 535. 
administrator, 1. 563. 
attorney, 1. 485. 
bond nullified, 1. 626. 
court held at house of, 1. 488, 493- 

496, 520-525, 531-535. 
court orders to, 1. 487. 
juror, 1. 534, 595. 
law suit, 1. 478, 487, 521-522, 525, 

576. 
proves letters of att'y, 1 . 487. 
road overseer, 1. 486, 562. 
will proved, 1. 605. 
Oats, James, a J. P, 5. 657. 
Oats (Oates), Joseph, indicted for 
passing counterfeits, 2. 478. 
petition, 2. 353; petition about road, 
2. 509-10. 
Oats, John, land grant asked, 4. 709. 
O'Banion, Wm., army rank, 16. 1131. 
O'Bannon, Wm., army pay, 17. 237. 
O'Bar, Danl., army rank, 16. 1128. 
O'Bar, MichI, army rank, .16. 1128. 
O'Bar, Robt., army rank, 16. 1128. 
Obarr, Daniel, army pay, 17. 237. 

in army, 15. 731. 
Obarr, Robert, army pay, 17. 237. 

in army, 1 5. 731. 
Obedson, Isaac, army pay, 17. 237. 
Obedson, John, army pay, 17. 237. 
Oberry, Henry, la,nd grant to, 4. 594, 

853, 896, 1047. 
Oblivion and pardon, act for, 24. 489- 

90. 
Obrian, David, land grant to, 4. 344. 
O'Brian, Esther, asks for land grant, 

4. 354. 
Obrian, Patrick, takes oath, 22. 178. 
O'Brien, Wm., pensioner, 22. 79. 
Obryan, , land warrant to. 5. 811. 



OBRYAN, MR. 



229 



OCRACOKE BAR 



Obryan, Mr., 5. 943. 

O'bryan, Darby, army pay, 17. 237. 

O'Bryan (Obrlan), Dennis, b,rmy rank, 

16. 1130. 
O'Bryan, Dennis, memorial, 19. 71-72, 
9^,' 101; considered, 16. 104-105, 
' 112, 137, 143, 144. 
takes oath, 22. 178. 
tried by court martial, 12. 459. 
Obpyan (O'Brian, Obryon), Geraldus, 
a J. P., 6. 1007; dropped as J. P., 
5. 655. 
buys stolen watch, 5. 562. 
O'Bryan, Patrick, in militia, 22. 163. 
O'Bryan, Richd., army rank, 16. 1131. 
O'Bryan, Tide, army pay, 17. 237. 
O'Bryan, Tillotson, pensioner, 22. 79. 
O'Bryant, J no., army rank, 16. 1131.. 
O'Bryen, Wm., 17. 158. 
Observations, of Sir Henry Clinton, 

extracts from, IS 239-241. 
Observations on New American States, 

17. 630. 
Obstone, Phelan, Tory, 16. 206. 
Ocacock. See Ocracoke. 
Ocaneaches, camp in the, 11. 651. 
Occabach River, 5. 385. 
fort on needed, 5. 465, 467, 468, 476. 
See also Wabash. 
Occanechas (Ocanechas), 23. 383, 391. 
Occanechy (Ocanechy), 7. 100, 137, 

175. 
Occanechy IVIountains, 7. 432. 
Occoneechee, 16. 532, 550. 

Ocheltree, , IVIartin and Co., sell 

goods, 16. 470. 
Ochiltree, IVIr., 14. 684. 
Ochiltree, Danfel, justices of peace on 

case of, 11. 758-759. 
Ochiltree, Daniel, letter on bond of, 

22. 930-1. 
Ochiltree, Dan, petitions for new 

charter, 9. 79-80. 
Ochiltree (Ockeltree), Duncan, Cas- 
well on his bond to leave State, 
etc., 11. 617, 618-619. 
escapes from Charlotte, 14. 693. 
fine remitted, 18. 406-407, 411; 20. 

99-100, 108. 
mom. for clerk, 20. 481; 21. 8. 
ordered to Salisbury under guard, 
14. 736. 
Ocheltree and Co., 19. 886. 
purchases from, 15. 666. 
Oconee Mountain, 17. 583. 
Oconee River, 17. 583. 
Oconies Mtn., 11. 168. 



O'Conner, Mr., 12. 559. 
claims paid, 12. 624, 662, 741-742, 

745. ' ■ ^ '■■■ 

goods shotrld be seized, 13. 29. 

O'Conner, John, buys' goods of West- 
more, 13.' 18, 19; ■ 

Oconoree, 10. 882. 

Oconosta, talk tO, 1 9. 941-2. 

Ocracoke (Ocacock, Ocracock, Occo- 
cock, Ocracock,' Ocacoe), 3. xvi; 
4. 1306, 1308, 1309; 6. 307; 10. 
94, 541, 542, 877, 978; 11. 555, 604, 
651; 13. 171, 31i; 3l2; 14. 125; 
15. 69; 16. 575; 21. 541; 22. 
755; 23. 296, 668, 669, 827. 
armed vessels to protect trade of, 

10. 572. 
baptisms at, 7. 522. 

beacon at, 23. 375, 377; 24. 502, 504. 
boats at to be sold, 12. 359. 
British at, 11. 775; do damage at, 

11. 633, 635; gun boats at, 14. vii; 
threaten, 16. 286; 17. 985. 

cannon at, 22. 750. 
Caswell (the) stationed at, 22. 943. 
company raised at, 10. 662. 
complaint against wreckers at, 12. 

140, 146. 
defense of, 14. 19. 
defenceless, 12. 560. 
distance from Newbern, 4. 1306. 
draft of harbor sent to England, 3. 

372. 
fort at, 4. 922; 5. 155; 12. iv; near, 

5. 148. 
fortified, 13. iv. 
galleys for protection of trade, 10. 

981; to be sent to from Va., 13. 

310. 
harbor, 3. 430; to be defended, 5. 

419. " 
open, 7. 1686. 

petition from pilots of, 7. 367. 
plundered by Spaniards, 4. 922, 1306. 
port needed at, 3. 622. 
provisions for defence of, 12. 574, 

577, 678, 680.' 
ship stranded at, 12. 578, 691. 
trade to be protected, 10. 687. 
troops at, 10. 989. 
Ocracoke (Ocracock, Ocacock, Occa- 

cock, Ocracoc, Oacacock) Bar, 4. 

1307; 5. 326; 6. 4, 607, 608, 612, 

615, 1021, 1023; 9. 42, 171, 409, 512; 

10. 354, 462, 549, 550, 601, 603, 971; 

11. 623;' 12. 560; 13. 132, 145, 155, 
202, 318, 496; 19. 824; 23. 376, 



OCRACOKE BAY 



230 



OCRACOKE INLET 



438, 506, 588, 589, 668, 670, 684, 
826; 24. 316, 401; 25. 54, 55. 
act on navigation, 24. 402-4, 525; to 
regulate pilotage, 24. 124-8, 167- 
8, 218, 316, 502-8. 
appropriation for fort to be built at, 

5. 595. 

battery at, 5. 571, 572, 596. 

bill for defence navigation of, etc., 

17. 804, 805, 812, 818, 825, 826, 833, 

895, 906, 907-908, 914, 923, 924, 925, 

932; to levy tax to mark channel, 

16. Ill, 112; to mark channel, 19. 

75; to regulate pilotage of, 12. 

177, 191, 193, 202, 205, 209-210, 254, 

346, 357, 365, 370, 377-378, 385, 387, 

452, 594, 600, 613, 617, 625, 626, 

654, 703, 704, 721, 732, 737; 13. 

356, 577, 594, 604, 681, 700, 715. 

Caswell (the) to be stationed ai, 

12. 662-3. 
collector needed at, 5. 950. 
com. to inquire Into wreck on, 10. 

968, 984. 
cruisers needed for, 7. 202. 
defense considered, 17. 837-838, 841, 

932. 
fort needed on, 5. 477. 
galleys built for station at, 12. 39. 
galleys to be stationed at, 11. 442, 

443; 12. 39. 
General Washington (the), station 

at, 10. 877. 
guns saved at, 12. 127. 
improvement of channel, 23. 375. 
King Tammany (the), stationed at, 

10. 875. 
navigation of bar, 9. 281. 
petition for pilots of, 9. 534; for 
protection against negroes, 9. 803- 
804. 
privateers at, 13. 397. 
storm at, 13. 468. 
vessels taken at, 13. 418. 
wrecks and robbery on, 12. 447- 

448. 
wreckers work at, 12. 140, 146, 262- 
263. 
Ocracoke (Occacoc) Bay, custom 

house needed, 8. 1045. 
Ocracoke (Ocacock) Harbor, battery 

at, 5. 634. 
Ocracoke (Ocacock, Ocacoch, Ocro- 
cock, Ocracock, Ocacok, Oca- 
cock) Inlet, 2. 342, 345, 677; 4. 
361, 506,' 1049, 1119, 1305; 5. 156, 
157, 343, 344, 513, 514, 550, 551, 



572; 6. 607, 763, 806, 830, 831, 
1023; 7. XX ; 9. 534; 10. 936; 13 
96; 19. 447, 462, 474, 767, 781 790, 
807, 819, 824; 22. 403; 23. 230, 
6.70, 745, 746, 809, 826, 827; 24, 
503, 934; 25. 328. 
act for beacons. 111, 184, 191, 193 
23. 103, 127; 25. 194-6; for forti- 
fication near, 23. 293; for pilot 
at, 3. 184, 191, 193; 23. 40-2 
25. 160; for town at, 5. 23; for 
town near and fort, 23. 387, 394 
25. 252-4; on fees for pilots, 24. 
592-3. r 

and illiegal trade, 6. 1319. 

batteries on, 5. 586. 

bill for ballast master, 8. 93, 117, 
119, 125 ; for beacons and buoys, 4. 
1321, 1334; for town at, 5. 46, 47, 
48, 49, 50, 53, 62, 65, 68, 71, 72, 
76; to facilitate navigation of, 4. 
240, 784, 785, 786. 

bills emitted for fort at, 5. 109. 

channel almost filled up, 5. 1000. 

character, 4. 171; G. 1027, 1028. 

companies at disbanded, 12. 177- 
178, 191, 359-360. 

com. to report on defences of, 12. 
42, 43. 

customs house at needed, 5. 333-4, 
640, 648, 653, 749. 

defense of, 14. 126; by galleys sug- 
gested, 11. 635. 

depth of water, 3. 210; 5. 316. 

emissions for fort at, 8. 213. 

fort at, 4. 1166; fort needed at, 5. 
316; 8. 31; to be near, 6. 1028, 
1029. 

guard for, 13. 85. 

harbor for privateers, 8. 30, 31. 

Martin posts secretary and troops 
there, 10. 44. 

militia at disbanded, 22.927. 

money for fort to be taken for other 
purposes, 5. 267, 268, 288-289. 

navigation dangerous, 4. 384. 

petition for bouylng, 3. 574. 

pilotage, beaconing, &c., 3. 638, 642. 

plundered by Spanish, 4. xi; 22. Hi. 

Teach arrives at, 2. 341; slain at, 
2. 322, 325. 

trade through, 13. iv. 

troops at, 10. 546, 547; needed at, 
10. 526, 527; stationed at, 12. 99, 
101; 14. 334. 

used for trade, 4. 170. 

wreck on, 10. 984. 



OCRACOKE ISLAND 



231 



O'DOWDY, RICHARD 



Ocracoke (Ocacock, Ocracocki Occa- 
cock) Island, 4. 1305; 5. 343; 
10. 549; 19. 447, 462, 474, 767, 781, 
790, 807, 819, 824; 23. 670, 671, 
746; 25. 65. 
act for light house, 25. 54-5; to an- 
nex to Carteret Co., 23. 805-10. 
bill for light house on, 21. 216, 225, 
226, 233, 266, 273, 591, 597, 632; 
on pilot fees, 19. 559, 568, 574, 
589, 662; to join to Carteret Co., 
8. 354, 356, 359, 360, 370, 406, 410, 
415-416, 420, 421, 446, 478; to lay 
out land for public on, 6. 359, 396, 
399. 
character, 4. 171. 
custom house should be built at, 3. 

155-156; 4. 172, 173, 
French ship captured at, 13. 398. 
harbor, 3. 336. 
land for light house, 21. 940. 
militia organized for defense of, 13. 

901-902, 905 997. 
petition from on new county, 16. 

75. 
port needed at, 3. xvil, 430. 
Spanish ship at, 4. 1304. 
Ocracoke (Ocracock) Port, supplies 

received through, 13. 367. 
Ocracoke (Ocacock) River, Spanish 

ship wrecked In, 4. 1300, 1304. 
Occasional bill, Party Tyranny; or an 

o. b. in miniature, 2. 890-923. 

Occasional bills, design, 2. 921, 923. 

Ochs (Ocks), John Randolph, attends 

Board of Trade on behalf of 

Swiss, 4. 209, 210, 211, 212. 

memorial on proposed migration 

of Swiss, 4. 159-162, 268, 269. 
prints book of instructions for Swiss 
emigrants, 4. 160. 
Ochs Essay, ment'd, 1. 978. 
Odam. See Odom, Odum. 
Odam, Aaron, land grant to, 4. 945 

lapse patent to, 2. 540. 
Odam, Abraham, land grants to, 4. 
335, 342, 349, 447, 596, 649, 759, 
761, 
Odam (Odams), Isaac, land grant to, 

4. 344, 349, 1040, 1238, 1247. 

Odam, Jacob, land grant to, 4. 342, 

592, 595. 

resurvey granted to, 4. 590. 

Odam, James, land grant to, 4. 945. 

Odam, James, Jr., land grant to, 4. 

945. 
Odam, John, land lapses, 2. 453. 



land grant to, 4. 631. 
Odam, Richard, enters caveat, 2. 771. 
Odam, Thos., land grant to, 4. 712, 

1247. 
Odam, Wm., land grant to, 4. 1247. 
O'Daniel, Henry, petition to Burke for 

pardon, 22. 576, 1046. 
0'Dani:«l, Owen, land lapses, 2. 523. 

See also Daniel, Owen O. 
O'Daniel, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 250. 
Odder, Peter, army rank, 16. 1131. 
Odeen, Chas., juror, 25. 189. 
Odeen, Jno„ juror, 25. 189. 
Odel, Lewis in militia, 22. 416. 
Odel, Wm., in militia, 22. 416. 
Oden, Ann, imported, 1. 479. 
Oden, Ann, Jr., imported, 1. 479. 
Oden, Jan, imported, 1. 479. 
Oden, John, imports persons, 1. 479. 
Oden, Mary, imported, 1. 479. 
Oden, Rachel, imported, 1. 479. 
Oden, Richard, juror, 8. 509, 510. 
Odeneal, Botholomu, petition on sap- 

aration, 22. 705-7. 
Odeon, Charles, a J. P., 4. 47. 
Odgers, Wm., murdered, 7. 872-873, 

881; 8. 165. 
Odin, Robt, army rank, 16. 1129. 
Odle, Nehemiah, regulator, 7. 735. 
Odom. See Odam, Odum. 
Odom, Isaac, land grant to, 4. 1248. 
Odom, Jacob, felon, 22. 858. 
tried for assault and theft, 22. 510- 

11. 
Odom, James, pensioner, 22. 79. 
Odom, James, Jr., land grant to, 4. 

1248. 
Odom, Jethro, felon, 22. 862. 
Odom, Jethro, pensioner, 22. 79. 
Odom, John, militiamen, 7. 263. 
Odondy, Dan'l, in militia, SfS. 391. 
Odondy, Jas., in militia, 22. 391. 
Odondy, Jno., in militia, 22. 391. 
Odondy, Jos., in militia, 22. 391. 
Odondy, Thos., in militia, 22. 391. 
Odondy, Wm., Jr., in militia, 22. 392. 
O'Donnalii^, Hugh, army rank, 16. 

1131. 
©'Donnelly, Benj., army rank, 16. 

1131. 
O'Donnelly, Danl., army rank, 16. 

1131. 
O'Dowdey, Dan'l, juror, 4. 520. 
O'Dowdey, Wm., juror, 4. 520. 
O'Dowdy, Richard, juror, 4. 520. 
O'Dowdy, Richard, vote of refused, 

13. 929. 



ODUM 



232 



OFFICERS (MILITARY) 



Odum. See Odam, Odom. 

Odum, Aaron, army rank, 16. 1130. 

Odum, Aaron, in militia, 22. 360. 

Odum, Aaron, quit rents of, 22. 257. 

Odum, demsey, in militia, 22. 328. 

Odum, Jacob, in militia, 22. 360. 

Odum, Jho., in militia, 22. 359. 

Odum, Lewis, army rank, 16. 1131. 

Odum, Moses, in militia, 22. 359. 

Odum, Moses, quit rents of, 22. 257. 

Odum, Sarah, quit rents of, 22. 257. 

Odum, Wm., in militia, 22. 360. 

Offe, Thurler (lo) attachment serred 
on, 1. 432, 

Officers (civil), act against those 
serving without authority, 25. 
152-4; for qualification of, 2. 885- 
886; forbidding them to Sit in 
Gen. Assem., 24. 685; election of, 
24. 547, 685; on oaths by, 24. 684- 
5; on qualifications of, 23. 15, 39, 
95, 107; 25. 160, 198; to compel 
them to account for moneys, 24. 
408-9. 
allowed to resign, 12. 800, 85'7, 864. 
arbitrary conduct of Burrington to- 
ward, 3. 364-365. 
arrested for collecting quit rents, 

4. 272. 
bill concerning qualifications, 4. 477, 
505; for appointing, 12. 41, 47; 
for salary, 13. 747, 757, 760, 793, 
800, 801, 807, 811-813, 814,' 817, 
852, 876, 938, 955; 19. 417, 420, 
421, 431-432, 464, 748, 755, 795, 
796, 827-828; for tax to pay inter- 
est to, 19. 636-637, 702; for them 
to enter upon their duties, 12. 
188; to alter manner of electing, 
19. 424, 449; to ascertain salaries, 
16. 52, 55, 85, 90, 92, 95, 120, 121, 
124, 152rl53; 19. 26, 55; fees, 19. 
430, 449, 469^470, 480, 754, 768, 789 
794, 800, 802, 817, 825; to call to 
account for taxes, 20. 50-51; to 
fix salary, 12. 241, 250-251, 253- 
254, 257-258, 346, 349, 355, 374, 

, 404, 433, 434, 440-442, 592, 600, 

601, 613, 653, 703, 705, 716, 730, 

732, 754, 776, 786, 793; to repeal 

act on salaries, 12. 831, 833, 853. 

, , complaint against, 8. 313. 

conduct to be inquired into, 2. 578. 
cost under Proprietors, 3. 49. 
election of, 16. 89-90, 92, 94-95, 148, 

167; considered, 10. xx. 
for the transacting of American af- 



fairs proposed, 2. 634. 
gen. com. issued to, 7. 729. 
history of act for Qualification, 3. 

■' 181. ■■ , ,;•;■■ ' '' 

impeachment of provided, 23. 982. 

Johnston on laws on fees' and quali- 
fications, 4. 26, 27. ■ 

limitation^ on right of to hold of- 
fice, 10. 1010.' 

list of, 9. 291; 18. 485-486; 22. 259; 
of chief o. under Fund. Consts., 
25. 123. 

methods of chosing, 9. xxvli, xxviii. 

misdemeanors of, Eng. act on in 
force, in N. C, 23. 319. 

must sign Fundamental Constitu- 
tion, 2. 855. 

nominated and elected by Assem- 
bly, 12. 24-25; 27, 30, 32, 33, 232, 
233, 234, 235, 413-414, 415-416. 

none havfe patents from crown, 2. 
423. 

N. C. officers punished in Franklin, 
22. 677, 678, 681, 683, 685, 690-1. 

not to be removed without cause, 3. 
102. 

not to receive gifts, 3. 98-99; 5. 
1115; from Assembly, 7. 228, 357- 
358. 

number, character and salaries of, 7. 
447-448. 

of admiralty court, 1. 490-491. 

of Assembly, dispute over appoint- 
ment, 3. 576. 

of King countenanced and encour- 
aged, 3. 152. 

of North Carolina list, 4. 208. 

ordinance on qualification of, 10. 
990, 992; 23. 999-1000. 

payment of arrears to provided for, 
6. 76. 

public bill to ascertain and regulate 
fees, 4. 189-200, 207; quarrel over 
appointment of, 3. 265, 266, 268- 
269, 299, 300-301, 302, 306-307. 

salaries, 2. 170. 

to continue to hold office, 4. 2. 

to have same power in N. C. as in 
England, 23. 327, 328. 

to retain office under Tryon, 7. 134. 

to take oath to F. C, 1. 205. 

Tryon complains to Leg. against and 
answer, 8. 282, 289, 311. 
Officers (military), act for pension, 
24. 735-7, 744; for relief of, 24. 
419-22, 540, 562, 564, 566-8, 569, 
682, 683, 686, 722, 734-5, 787-91, 



OFFICERS (MILITARY) 233 OFFICERS (MILITARY) 



891-2; 25. 31; for relief of widows 

and children, 24. 744; on issue of 

certificates to, 25. 75-6. 
address to Washington and his 

reply, on pa^ 16. 826-832. 
allowance to, 17. 953-954; 18. 820, 

824; 19. 123. 
arrangement of, 18. 501-502. 
arrearages to widows and orphans 

of, 22. 896-7. 
behave badly as prisoners, 14. 861. 
bill for relief of, 16. 120, 124, 149, 

153, 165; 19. 80-1, 121; to emit 

curency to pay, 19. 555, 566, 576, 

602, 677-678; to grant land to, 19. 
70; to pay, &c.„ 19. 411-412, 414, 
431-432, 445, 455, 456,. 457, 462, 
467, 474-475, 729, 740, 743, 767, 
781, 789, 795, 798, ■ 807, 818, 822, 
to pay interest to, 19. 547; to 
prevent them from being members 
of Gen. Assem. 17. 394-395, 396; 
to settle accounts, etc., 20. 61, 78, 
88, 110; and frauds in, 20. 207-8, 
214-215, 217, 228, 230, 232, 233, 234, 
393, 408, 409, 420, 421, 423-424, 432- 
433, 472, 473. 

brevet commissions for, 18. 994. 

capacity of to be examined, 3. 107- 
108. 

claims of, 20. 614, 615-616. 

clothing furnished to, 16. 138-139, 
176, 177, 493-494; 19. 126. 

commission to lay off lands for, 18. 
621-622, 623. 

com. and bill on arrears due to, 19. 
162, 1-94, 205, 212, 213, 214-215, 
216, 218, 219, 220, 222, 223, 227, 
229, 231, 280, 281, 282, 289, 293, 307, 
310, 315, 320, 323, 334, 335, 344, 
346, 353, 355, 356, 358, 364, 
366, 367; and report on accounts 
of and bill on, 19. 562, 575, 602, 

603, 604, 605, 640, 651, 685-687, 
697, 702-703, 705; and reports on 
accounts of commissions, 20. 8; 
to consider salaries and report, 
13. 547, 552 553, 604-605, 618, 649, 
684, 690, 723-724, 732, ' 734-734a, 
740, 741; to examine conduct of 
in 10th reg't, 12. 114, 115, 116; to 
inquire into paroled of, 19. 11, 13, 
17, 21, 32, 45, 46, 51, 65, 71, 75, 
122, 125, 126, 127, 153, 175, 294. 

derangement prevented, 16. 455-6. 
elected for militia, 1 7. 951-952, 954- 
955, 957, 966, 969; 18. 158-159, 



378, 380, 391, 448-51, 458-9, 803, 806. 
field, recommendation of, 19. 95- 

96, 9T. ' . ' . 
frauds in accounts of, 18. 17,-18, 20, 
21-22, 23, 36, 40, 47, 58-59, 61-62, 
65,' 66, 67-68, 71-74, 75, 76, 79, 80, 
83, 85, 87, 88, 89, 93, 94, 9*5, 96, 
101, 102, 103, 104; 108-109, 116, 
121, 122, 125, 126, 150-151, 153- 
156, 157, 161-164; 166-167, 180, 
192-193, 200, 203-204, 206, 
219, 221, 222, 223, • 233-234, 
241, 248, 249, 250-253, 267, 
272-274, 278, 284, '290, 292, 
300, 301 303-307, 
312, 314, 315, 318, 
, 324, 325, 326, 
, 333, 334, 335, 
342, 349, 357, 
375-376, 377, 



154, 
187, 
217, 
235, 
270, 
293, 
308, 
319, 
329, 
337, 



298, 299 
310-311, 
321, 322, 
330, 332, 
338; 339, 
370-372, 374, 
382, 383-386, 
411, 412 
437, 
447, 
461, 
475; 



439, 
449, 
465, 

20. 



389-390, 393, 

426, '429-430, 

440-441, 442, 

451, 452, 457, 

466, 467, 468, 



327, 
336, 
359, 
379, 
396, 
432, 
443, 
459, 
470, 



747-750 ; in lands. 



570, 584. 
on certificates, 1 9. 



400, 
436, 
444, 
460', 
472, 
20. 109, 113. 

injustice to, 16 

interest paid 
801, 818. 

lands for considered, 16. 688, 713, 
714, 715-716, 733, 783, 888, 892, 
912,' 919-920; likely to be lost. 16. 
524-526; protected in Tenn. ces- 
sion, 25. 4-6'; resurveyed for, 

16. 103-4; to be granted to, 16. 
164-165; warrants to, 17. 406, 416. 

list of in N. C. battalion, 13. 474- 
476; of those continuing till end 
of war or deranged, 22. 1049. 

memorial from those of State 
Legiondary Corps, 19. 187-188, 
309; of N. C. Line on pay, etc., 

17. 659, 661, 698, 701-702, 738, 742, 
743, 777-9, 793. 

not subject to suits for supplies, 1 8. 
397. 

not to sit in assem., 22. 668. 

order for stores of, 18. 602-603. 

pay and allowance of, 22. 753; 23. 
245-6; 24. 389, 390; walited for 
supplies to, 17. 466, 500-501. 

pensions proposed, 18. 544-547, 590, 
594. 

promotion of in N. C. line, 16. 603- 
604, 631, 648, 649, 653, 654, 655, 
664-666, 667, 669; 17. 132, 141- 



OFFICERS' FEES 



234 



OFFICES 



142; of State Legion, 16. 121-122, 
126. 

provision for, 17. 851-852, 853. 

rank and precedence settled, 5. 
xix-xx. 

rearrangement of, 16. 575-577, 578, 
607-610, 612. 

recommended for commissions, 19. 
44. 

reform in N. C. needed, 16. 776. 

report of com. on in matter of new 
levies, 12. 849, 854; to Legislature 
on supernumeraries, 15. 715-716. 

resolution of Assembly on resigna- 
tions of, 11. 807-808, 812; in favor 
of those contracting debts in 
Charleston, 16. 65-66; on N. C. o. 
in Cont. Army, 12. 125, 126. 

return of those surrendered with So. 
Army, 14. 860. 

returns of to be considered, 12. 772. 

roster of from N. C, 16. 1002-1197. 

settlement of accounts of, 17. 1050- 
1053; 20. 535. 

sums due N. C. Line, etc., 18. 651, 
653-654, 691-692, 700-703, 727-735. 

to Burke on need of clothes and 
order, 22. 614-15. 
Officers' fees, 5. 20, 97. 

act on fees, 23. 83-87, 100, 275-84, 
328, 339, 814-18,, 859-62; 24. 75-9, 
170, 204-9, 314-16, 398-401, 445-6, 
478, 664-8; 25. 161, 179-182, 196-8, 
220-8, 238, 284-5, 412, 446; as es- 
tablished by council, 4. 275-277. 

bill for, 4. 724, 782, 783; to amend 
act for, 6. 456, 458, 466, 468, 469, 
484 490, 494, 496, 506, 508, 511; 
to ascertain, 8. 290, 291, 310, 315, 
322, 340, 342, 343, 354, 359 372- 
373-374, 383, 391, 395-396, 401, 
418, 436, 451-452, 454, 478; and 
regulate, 7. 364, 366, 386; defeat- 
ed, 8. 422; to explain act regulat- 
ing, 8. 300; to regulate, 4. 239, 
240, 366,367,368, 374, 375, 378, 394, 
395, 396, 403, 480, 482, 484, 485, 
497, 505, 510, 511, 513, 819, 866, 
901, 902, 905, 906, 907, 908-909, 
916; 6. 1273; 9. 108, 117, 127, 135, 
149, 151, 176, 182, 201, 207, 222, 
255, 403, 404, 406, 415, 419, 427, 
431, 434, 435, 445, 499, 510, 511, 
516, 517, 529, 538, 549, 553, 555, 
560, 585, 656, 785; 12. 571, 581, 
674; to regulate fees, 16. 139; 17. 
835, 846, 927, 937, 941, 951; to re- 



peal part of act on fees, 21. 248, 

322, 610. 
Board of Trade on law regulating, 6. 

726-727. 
discussed, 5. 750. 
Dobbs on repeal of act for, 6. 599- 

600. 
exorbitant, 3. 262, 269-70, 297, 

298, 305-6; proclamation on, 7. 

230-1. 
extortion in, 4. 824. 
for land grants, 4. 1127-1128. 
illegal, cause Regulation war, 8. 638. 
instructions on, 7. 138-139; and 

proclamation on, 6. 1079-1080. 
law for discussed, 5. 643-644, 645; 

to regulate 3. 157-168. 
list of demanded, 4. 233. 
notes on acts to ascertain, 3. 188, 

191. 
regulated by council, 4. 446-447. 
regulation considered, 8. 27-29, 33-36. 
report on by authorities, 7. 483, 485, ' 

486, 491. 
should be regulated, 4. 229. 
too small, 7. 294, 349. 
trouble over, 4. 745. 
Officers of United States, act against 

holding office under N. C, 25. 69- 

70. 
Offices, bill to continue act for estab- 
lishing, 5. 41, 43, 45, 53, 59, 60, 61, 

63, 65, 76; limitations on holding 

of, 10. 1011. 
classes of persons excluded from, 

10. 1010. 
corruption in, xxvii, xxvili. 
disqualification for suggested, 10. 

240. 
instructions on filling, 5. 1125. 
list of, 3. xiii. 

natives to be preferred for, 1. 502. 
no persons to execute more than 

one by deputy, 5. 1124. 
not more than one to be held at 

time, 10. 1011; 23. 983. 
not to be erected or dissolved by 

gov., 3. 102. 
number to be held at one time limit- 
ed, 22. 669. 
proclamation against exorbitant 

fees and tables of to be published, 

9. 24, 25. 
public act on keeping, 23. 252-67, 329, 

339, 340, 347-8, 351, 387. 
report of coms'rs on, 5. 969; on 

number and value, 6. 620-622, 623; 



OGDEN, MESSRS. 



235 



OGLESBY, MIC A J AH 



on tax for, 5. 966; to be made on, 
3. 103; on value and character, 5. 
1124-1125. 
salaries, 10. 1013. 
sale of. 10. 333; In the colonies, 2. 

159. 
to be filled by commission from 
King or governor, 3. 495-496. 
Ogden, Messrs., and Indian goods, 20. 
403, 404. 
and Martin case, 18. 693. 
Ogden, Mr., offers brig, 14. 230. 
Ogden, Isaac, exchanged, 22. 957-8. 
Ogden, Isaac, in militia, 22. 280. 
Ogden, Isaac, petition on roads and 

ferries, 5. 164-166. , 
Ogden, John Sol., land grant to, 4. 218. 
Ogden, Richard, land grant to, 4. 588, 
952, 968. 
resurvey to, 6. 1012. 
rights proved, 4. 595. 
Ogden, Soloman, in militia, 22. 280. 
Ogden, Solomon, land grant to, 4. 952. 

resurvey to, 6. 1012 . 
Ogden, Thomas, 18. 358, 401. 
Burke to on Hinson's case, 15. 596. 
Caswell to on exportation of pork, 

13. 38. 
navigation coms'r, 24. 502. 
petition, 17. 362, 364; 19. 826; 20. 

74. 
supplies from, 22. 927. 
to Burke on case of Hinson, 15. 

581-582. 
to Caswell on commission for priva- 
teer, 15. 342-343. 
Ogden, Thomas Titus,, advertises 
goods, 13. 462. 
goods addressed to, 14. 592. 
Ogden, Titus, 18. 358, 401. 
buys at Martin feale, 22. 881, 882, 

883, 884, 885, 887, 888. 
exchanged, 22. 957-8. 
nom. for vendue master, 18. 178, 

189, 398, 420, 450, 459. 
petition, 17. 362, 364; 19. 826; 20. 

74; 21. 204. • 

resigns as vendue master, 20. 493, 
21. 19, 20. 
Ogdon, Isaac, in militia, 22. 387. 
Ogdon, Richard, land to be resurvey- 

ed, 6. 765. 
Ogdon, Solomon, land to be resurvey- 

ed, 8. 765. 
Ogeeche River, 11. 168, 185, 190, 194, 

201; 17. 474. 
Ogeline, Frans., army rank, 10. 1196. 



Ogelvie. See Ogilvie. ' 
Ogelvie, Wm., in militia, 22. 365. 
Ogesby, John land grant tol 4. 1241. 
Ogg, Geo., 21. 1059. 
Blount to on debts, 18. 512. 
buys and ships goods, 18. 464; 20. 

405, 406. 
debt paid to, 20. 701. 
goods to, 18.. 525, 555. 
letter on mchdse, 21. 799, 800, 962, 

966, 968. 
quoted, 18. 768. 
sales to, 17. 1 582. 

to assembly on Ward debts, 22, 
801-2. 

Oggs, Alley, act to vest rights in, 25. 
36-7. 

bill to vest rights in and emanci- 
pate, 21. 256, 276, 289, 307, 308 
354, 623, 680, 685. 
Oggs, Charles, act to vest rights in, 
25. 36-7. 

bill to vest rights in and emancl 

pate, 21. 256, 276, 289, 307, 308, 

354, 623, 680, 685. 

Oggs, Hester, rights vested in chll 

dren of, 25. 36-7. 
Oggs, Jesse, act to vest rights of In 
brother and sisters, 25. 36-7. 
rights of, 21. 256, 308, 354, 623, 680, 
685. 
Oggs, John, act to vest rights of in 
children, 25. 36-7. 
bill to legitimate and emancipate 
children of, 21. 243, 256, 276, 289, 
307, 308, 354, 623, 680, 685. 
Oggs, Prudence, act to vest rights in, 
25. 36-7. 
bill to vest rights in and emanci- 
. pate, 21. 256, 276, 289, 307, 308, 

354, 623, 680, 685. 
Ogifby, Patrick, asks for return of 
goods, 2. 595. 
dismissed by court, 2. 586. 
shoes stolen from, 2. 593. 
surety, 2. 661. 
Ogilvie. See Ogelvie. 
Ogilvie, John, pay to, 22. 489. 
Ogilvie, Wm., in militia, 22. 165. 
Ogilvie, Wm., takes oath, 22. 179. 
Ogiivy, Wm, secretary to Cherokee 
treaty, 7. 855. 
reports on Indian affairs, 9. 825-6. 
O'Given, Jno., army fank, 16. 1129. - 
Ogles Town, Pa., 9. 1066. 
Oglesby, Micajah, co. coms'r, 25. 14. 
land to, 25. 112. 



OGLESBY, PATRICK 



236 



OLD N. TOWN 



Oglesby, Patrick, surety, 2. 415. 
Oglive, John, pay to, 22. 489. 
Ognin, Pat., land grant to, 4. 588. 
Ogcwihe, Jho., in militia, 22. 379. 
O'Guinn, John, army, pay, 17. '237. 
Ogwin, Daniel, asks for lapse patent, 

2. 461. 
Ogwin, Danll., juror, 4. 522. 
Ohaiah Equah, Cherokee name for 

Tryon, 7. 508, 998. 
O'Hara, Gen., arrives in Charleston, 

16. 615. 

at Guilford C. H., 17. 1003, 1004, 

1006, 1012, 1023. 
consulted on invasion of Cape Pear, 

15. 293. 
leads van of Br. army, 17. 998. 
should be sent to S. C, 17. 1036. 

O'Hassel, Benjamin, army pay, 17. 
237. 

Ohimpa (Ohimpamony, Ahimpamony) 
Creek, 2. 777, 786, 811. 

Ohio, 23. 394. 

Ohio (State), govt., 20. 740-746. 
Lutherans in, 8. 779. 
Moravian settlements in, 5. 1158. 

Ohio Company, 10. 375. 

Ohio Expedition, 22. 383, 389. 

Ohio Falls, Muhlenburg visits, 17. 159, 
160. 

Ohio Indians, to be encouraged, 5. 127. 

Ohio River, 5. x, xv, xvlli, xlvii. 111, 
112, 123, 126, 129, 131, 132, 135, 137, 
144/, 170, 172, 173, 190, 211, 243, 
244, 248, 268, 270, 271, 273, 274, 
275, 281, 289, 291, 299, 309, 312, 
366, 367, 368, 407, 409, 411, 421, 426, 
427, 428, 429, 433, 434, 435, 436, 
464, 465, 466, 467, 468, 548, 561, 562, 
568, 576, 607, 608, 609, 639, 658, 
964; 6. 272, 449, 473, 617, 714; 7. 
211, 239, 538, 853, 854; 9. 50, 258, 
374, 376, 386, 763, 773; 11. 606; 
14.. 244, 247; 16. 438, 525, 710, 920; 

17. 103, 159, 160, 452, 457, 458, 461, 
465; 18. 493, 513, 514, 710; 19. 
905; 20. 655, 745, 746, 774; 21. 
544; 22. 677; 24. 224; 25. 5, 6. 

accounts of expedition to ment'd, 6. 

373. 
act for recruits to serve oh, 23. 417; 

25. 310. 
and Indian boundary, 7. 537, 538. 
bounds Transylvania, 9. 1276. 
defeat on, 5. 1202. 
expedition to, 6. 149, 282, 284, 285. 
fort built on, 5. xxii, xxx; to be at- 



tacked, 5. 400; to be built on, 5. 
125, 127. 
■French campaign on, 7. 302, 359, 
362, 376; fort on, 5. 222, 227; 
forces on, 5. 368; to be driven out, 
5. 109; fort on to be taken, 5. 126- 
127. ■ . , ^ 

Indian depredations on, 7. 536; war 
on, 5. 1148. 

land bought on, 9. 1130; ceded, 16. 
888, 891, 893; 17. 26. 

no new gov't to be established on, 
9. 277. 

N. C. boundary should run toward, 
5. 385. 

N. C. troops in campaign on, 5. 1013- 
1014, 1041. 

payment of troops on expedition to 
discussed, 6. 111-112. 

sources, 5. 11. 

troops sent to from N. C, 5. 986. 

Va. builds fort on, 5. 110. 
Ohio River Falls, 20. 788. 

scramble for lands at, 10. 384-5. 
Oil, 3. 338. 

report on, 4. 6, 16. 
Okehoys (Ockehoys), the, 11. 176, 

178. 
O'Kelly, Pattk., army rank, 16. 1130. 
Okey, Joseph, in militia, 22. 164. 
Okay, Joseph, takes oath, 22. 179. 
Okey, Nathan, in militia, 22. 164. 
Oland, Henry, to Newcastle on a pro- 
posed charter, 3. 498-499. 
Old. See Ould. 
Old, James, witness, 1. 627. 
Old Abram, killed, 22. 695. 
Old Bond Street, London, 6. 555. 
Old Bute C. H., 22. 527. 
Old Church, Lutheran, 8. 776. 
Old Chota, 25. 4. 

Old Corn Tassel, talk to gov., 18. 595- 
596. 

See also Old Tassel. 
Old Fields Church, 5. 1190. 
Old Fort, built, 5. xxvii. 

fort at, 10. 71^. 

site of fort, 5. xlviii. 
Old Fort Landing Plantation, election 

to be at, 25. 11. 
Old Hop, a Cherokee, 5. 427, 612. 
Old Hop of Chote, headman, 5. 321. 
Old Indian Field, 5. 8, 13. 
Old Indian Fields, 14. 789. 
Old King's IVIountain Jim, 15. 391. 
Old Mill, S. C, redoubts at, 14. 749. 
Old N. Town, Br. land at, 15. 138. 



OLD NATION FORD 



23T 



OLIPHANT, JOHN 



Old Nation Ford, 10. 985, 990. 

Old Plantation, quit rents payable at, 

4. 186. 
Old Store, inspection at, 24. 581. 
Old Tassel, 17. 11; 20. 151. 
and Indian affairs, 22. 997, 998, 999, 

1000, 1002, 1003, 1004. 
answer to Franklin men on treaty, 

22. 656. 
complains of encroachments, 22. 91. 
killed, 22. 695. 
makes treaty, 22. 655-9. 
quoted, 20. 692; 22. 683. 
talk from, 1 7. 275 ; 20. 779-781. 
talks to, IP. 939-940, 941-942, 947-948, 

949-951. 
talks with Martin on encroachments, 

16.415-416,457-458; 17.175-176. 
treats with Franklin State, 18. 696- 

700; with whites, 18. 696-700. 
See also Old Corn Tassel, Tassel. 
Old Testament, 22. 668. 
belief in necessary for office, 10. 
241, 870d, 1011; 23. 983. 
Old Topsail, 15. 69. 

inspection at, 23. 641; 24. 313, 379. 
Old Topsail Bar, 24. 505. 
Old Topsail Inlet, 4. 374, 403; 6. 307, 
607, 608, 612, 615, 1027, 1028, 1029; 
11. 301; 13. 418; 24. 504. 
act for canal to, 23. 684-5 ; for forti- 
fication near, 23. 293; act on navi- 
gation, 23. 671-2; 24. 538. 
appropriation for fort at, 5. 596. 
bill for canal to, 19. 153, 157, 163, 
273, 274, 275, 278, 283; to connect 
it with Neuse River, 7. 305, 306, 
307, 310, 312, 339, 368, 369, 370-371, 
375, 381, 385, 420. 
coms'rs of navigation for, 24. 505. 
guard for, 22. 742. 
report on fort at, 5. 802. 
Old Town, another name for Beth- 
abara, 5. 1147. 
inspection at, 24. ,582. 
Old Town Creek, 4. 220; 5. 302; 23. 
73, 115, 220, 447. 
limit of settlement, 1 . 432. 
Old Town Landing, tobacco inspection 

at, 23. 641, 792; 25. 313, 379. 
Old Tree Swamp, 2. 524. 
Old War and Navy Division, Interior 
Dept., extracts from records of, 
15. 765; 22. 93, 94, 95, 101, 106. 
Old Welsh, Indian, 7. 212. 
Old Wolf King, Indian, 7. 240. 
Oldfeld, Wm., in militia, 22. 343. 



Oldfield, Capt., reships negroes, 9. 

1171. 
Oldfield, Rich'd., in militia, 22, 339. 
Oldfield, Wm., rights proved, 4. 1239. 

Oldham, , 8. 43. 

Oldham, , 8. 43. 

Oldham, Capt., boots to, 14. 428. 
killed, 15. 638. 
petition of ment'd, 14. 441. 
Oldham, George, receives clothing, 16. 

619. 
Oldham, Jessie, juror, 8. 72; 
Oldham, John, ensign, 10. 937. 
Oldham, Tapley, land to be resurveyed, 

6. 761. 
Oldham, Thos., 2. 805. 
Oldham, Thos., com. on Benbury's 
memorial on, 13. 586, 601, 692, 
695-696, 712, 718-719, 860, 861, 952, 
953, 954. 
in assembly, 9. 399, 448, 45<?, 459, 
460, 461, 491, 503, 513, 548, 589, 726, 
734, 735, 739, 776, 777, 858, 869, 
874, 902, 920, 930, 939, 951, 1188, 
1189. 
in Prov. Cong., 9. 1038, 1042, 1049, 

1178, 1180, 1181. 
negroes sold, 16. 450; 24. 444. 
on com. of assem., 9. 711, 739, 1197. 
petitions on county bounds, 9. 633- 

634. 
properly confiscated, 19. 672; 24. 
263, 424. 
Oldner, Elener, witness, 4. 444. 
Oldner, Richard, juror, 2. 655, 699. 
Oldner, Thos., tried for felony, 2. 666, 
669, 701, 706, 714, 817, 820, 822, 831. 
witness, 2. 658-659. 
Oldridge, Wm., army rank, 16. 1130. 
Olefer, James, petition on C. H., 9. 

806-808. 
Olfin, Wm., army rank, 16. 1131. 
Oiler, John, reenlists, 15. 749. 
Oligood, Henry, army rank, 16. 1130. 
Ollphant. See OUiphant, Olyphant. 
Ollphant, Capt., not to be trusted, 10. 
136. 
payment by company of, 10. 319. 
Oliphant, Dr., 14. 757. 
introduced to Pres. Lowndes, 13. 
120. 
Oliphant, David, 13. 144. 

introduced to Caswell, 13. 89, 398. 
Oliphant, John, a J. P., 5. 993. 
audits Rowan Co., 13. 156-157. 
presides at inferior court, 7. 856. 
Oliphant, John, a J. P., 10. 139. 



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238 



O MALLY, MATTHEW 



claim, 9. 488; allowed, ». 414, 527, 

528, 536;, 22. 878,. 
dispute of not to Injure liberty, 10. 

136. 
sued, 10. 316. 
takes deposition of Reynolds, 10. 

443-444. 
to be tried, for disloyalty, 10. 253. 
to settle with treasurer, 1 0. 9. 
Oliphant (Olephant), John, juror, 22. 

504, 506, 
Oliphant, Obediah, petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-252. 
Oliphant, Wm., petitions for McDugal, 

9. 683-684. 
Oliphant's Mill, 15. 568, 574. 

salt sent to, 15. 628. 
Olive, John, army pay, 17. 237. 
Olive Branch, sloop, 18. 566. 
Olive Branch church, 1184. 
Oliver. See OUiver. 

Oliver, , la^ suit, 2. 85, 100. 

Oliver, Capt., 12. 489. 

Oliver, Capt., commands company, 10. 

facing 680. 
Oliver, Capt., on the Pa. Parmer, 10. 

835. 
Oliver, Lt. Gov., letters of captured by 
Williamson and sent to Boston, 9. 
829-30; 15. 172. 
Oliver, Maj., 22. 594. 

in command, 12. 518. 
Oliver, Aaron, asks for lapsed patent, 
2. 330. 
assaulted, 2. 435, 471. 
juror, 2. 439, 440, 442, 473. 
land lapses, 2. 495. 
Oliver, Abisha, army rank, 16. 1128. 
Oliver, Alex., exempted, 5. 850. 
Oliver, Alexander, juror, 4. 517. 
Oliver, Andrew, a J. P., 23. 992. 
in assembly, 17. 264, 266, 292, 293, 
300, 304, 319, 340, 354, 359, 364, 
365, 366, 368, 387, 391, 394, 395, 406, 
412, 424; 19. 489, 526, 613, 622, 
643, 667, 671, 674, 676, 682, 688, 
720, 736; 20. 21, 23, 119, 121, 167, 
203, 238, 239, 246, 275, 285, 287, 288, 
386. 
In Conv. 1788, 22. 1, 4, 25, 27, 29, 

32. 
on com. of assem., 17. 290, 291, 385. 
Oliver, Andrew, quit rents of, 22. 246. 
Oliver, David, presented for rape, 2. 

827. 
Oliver, Francis, in Conv. 1788, 22. 10, 
26, 28, 31, 32. 



resigns as J. P., 20. 559; 21. 113, 
118. 

Oliver, Geo., pensioner, 22. 79. 

Oliver, George, petition on C. H., 9. 
806-807. 

Oliver, Henry, army pay, 17. 237. 

Oliver, James, pensioner, 22. 79. 

Oliver, James, regulator, 7. 736. 

Oliver, James, regulator, 7. 737. 

Oliver, John, a J. P., 23. 994. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 914, 916; in com. 

Prov. Cong., 10. 950. 
petition, 20. 509, 510, 572; for relief, 

8. 45. 
takes deposition on illegal fees, 7. 
781. 

Oliver, John, allowance to, 22. 830. 

Oliver, John, army pay, 17. 237. 

Oliver, Jno., army rank, 16. 1130. 

Oliver, Jno., army rank, 16. 1131. 

Oliver, John, ensign, 10. 188. 

Oliver, John, imported, 1. 568. 

Oliver, Jno., in militia, 22. 315. 

Oliver, John, takes oath, 22. 172. 

Oliver, Joseph, chosen guardian, 2. 84. 

Oliver, Jos., juror, 25. 187. 

Oliver, Joseph, signs Pitt Asso., 10. 
221. . 

Oliver, Mary, felon, 22. 860. 

Oliver, Ricey, army pay, 17. 237. 

Oliver, Rowland, army pay, 17. 237. 

Oliver, Sarah, in jail, 22. 860. 

Oliver, Tom, castrated, 22. 830. 

Oliver, Wm., army rank, 16. 1131. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 237, 
239. 

Oliver, ship, 4. 258. 

Oliver's, Va., 15. 379, 382. 

Oiler, Francis, army rank, 16. 1131. 

Olliphant. See Oliphant. 

Olliphant, John, allowance to, 22. 821. 

Ol liver. See Oliver. 

Olliver, Maj., inspector gen., 12. 524. 

OIney, Geo., account paid, 18. 668. 
pays for R. I., 17. 560. 
pays money to IT. S., 16. 928, 929. 

Olsbey, Thos., In militia, 22. 343. 

Olyphant. See Oliphant. 

Olyphant, David, to Nash on public af- 
fairs, 19. 881-882; on surrender 
of Br., etc., 15. 661-662. 

O'Mally, Mr., introduced to Burke, 
16. 520, 521. 

O'Mally, Matthew, act for vendue mas- 
ter, 24. 689. 
owes state, 21. 1067. 
supplies N. C. Line, 16. 485. 



OMAT, JOHN 



239 



ONSLOW CO. 



vendue master, 1 9. 472, 474, 815, 820. 

warrant to, 19. 656, 657. 
Omat, John, land grant to, 4. 628. 
Omend, Phillip, petitions for lands, 4. 

954-956. 
Omerry, Jacob, aruiy pay, 17. 237. 

army rank, 16. 1131. 

pensioner, 22. 79. 
Omet, John, in militia, 17. 1058. 
Onabach River, Fr. fort on, 6. 617. 

See also Wabash River. 
Onacock, 15. 678. 

See also Ocracdck. 
Onandage, Mdians meet at, 4. 821. 

O'neal, , 22. 238. 

O'Neal, , attempted rescue of, 7. 

885. 
O'Neal, Mr., 13. 201. 
O'Neal, Capt., 22. 112. 
O'Neal, Capt., surety, 14. 423. 
O'Neal, Ensign, 20. 703. 
O'Neal, Maj., 14. 458, 480, 482; 15. 
151. 

to reinforce Cage, 22. 557. 
O'Neal, Arthur, fine remitted, 10. 3. 
O'Neal, Benj., army rank, 16. 1131. 
O'Neal, Chas., army rank, 16. 1128. 

promoted lleut., 1 1 . 788. 

rank settled, 15. 700. 

recommended for promotion; 11. 
716. 
O'Neal, Christopher, C. of S. to on sur- 
vey of Cape Lookout Bay, 1 1 . 354. 
Oneal, Christopher, in militia, 22. 496. 
Oneal, Christopher, in militia, 22. 497. 
Oneal, Cornelius, land grant to, 4. 1047. 
0'Neal,"FeIex, clerk of council, 5. 175. 
Oneal, Francis, land grant to, 4. 947. 
O'Neal, Frank, executed, 19. 148, 267. 
O'Neal, Henry, owes state, 21. 1070. 
O'Neal, Henry, paid for slave, 19. 148, 

151, 267. 
O'Neal, Henry, tory, 182. 
O'Neal, Isom, army rank, 16. 1131. 
O'Neal, Jas., army rank, 16. 1130. 
O'Neal, John, army pay, 17. 237. 

army rank, 16. 1130. 
O'Neal, John, attacked for contempt, 

10. 8. 
Oneal, John, exempted from pardon, 

7. 851. 
O'Neal, John, in army, 13. 505. 
Oneal, John, in militia, 22. 497. 
Oneal, John, quit rents of, 22. 245. 
Oneal, John, Jun, in militia, 22. 496. 
O'Neal, Michael, in militia, 22. 391. 
O'Neal, Mich'll, juror, 4. 519. 



O'Neal, Patrick, officer, 18. 450, 459. 
O'Neal, Peter, building coms'r, 24. 798. 
O'Neal, Peter, captain, 10. 753. 
O'Neal, Peter, resigns as J. P., 21. 816, 

990. 
Oneal, Thomas, in militia, 22. 496. 
O'Neal, Wm., army rank, 16. 1131. 
O'Neal, Col. Wm., commands Whigs, 
16. ix; 22. 204. 
letter considered, 16. 217. 
ordered out after Fanning, 22. 575. 
resigns as colonel, 21. 974. 
to Burke on the Piles, 16. 244; on 
Tories, 16. 211-212. 
Oneal, Wm., petitions for extension of 

power of J. P.'s, 7. 874-875. 
Oneal, Zacariah, militiaman, 7. 263. 
Oneale, Mr., in Md. Leg., 16. 79. 
Oneals, John, land grant to, 4. 766. 
O'Neal's, 19. 840. 
O'Neal's Mill, tories assemble at, 22. 

182. 
Oneil, Mr., 22. 764. 
Oneit, Arthur, exempted, 6. 154. 
O'Neil, Isham, army pay, 17. 237. 
O'Neill, Alexander Louis, petition and 

pay to, 22. 948. 
O'Neill, Archibald, army pay, 17. 237. 
O'Neill, Charles, army pay, 17. 237. 
O'Neill, Felix, witness, 22. 363. 
O'Neil's Mill, 22. 141. 
Onel, Micajah, in militia, 22. 333. 
O'Nele (O'Neale, Onell, Oneles), Dan- 
iel, attachment against, 1. 566. 
buys land, 1. 563, 
deed from, 1. 398. 
fined, 1. 532. 
law suit, 1 . 564, 565. 
sells land, 1. 563. 
Onen, John, army pay, 17. 237. 
Onhabeard, Lt., conduct inquired into, 

12. 460. 
Oniell, Capt., introduced to Henry and 

Laurens, 13. 222, 223. 
Onion, James, in militia, 17. 1059. 
Onion quits-tah Creek, 2. 283. 
Onorhastotah, 7. 210. 
Onondago, N. Y., 10. 178. 
Onondagoes Country, French to build 

a fort in, 2. 190. 
Ononnastotah, medal to, 7. 209. 
Onslow, George, at Privy Council, 11. 

236-237. 
Onslow, Marsden preaches at, 3. 342. 
Onslow Co., 7. 477; 8. 40, 394, 577, 701; 
9. 298, 593; 10. 66, 357, 438, 439, 
466, 519, 520, 525, 558, 559, 613, 615, 



ONSLOW CO. 



240 



ONSLOW CO. 



625, 917, 925, 936; 11. 832; 13. 55, 
464, 829; 14. 65, 254; 15. 345, 62J, 
786; 16. 481, 516, 644, 946, 959; 18. 
34, 263,. 298, 308, 497; 19. 211, 213, 
341, 403, 404, 408, 411,. 429, 451, 
731, 793; 20. 31, 3&, 274, 456; 21. 
204, 786, 790, 949, 955, 985, 1067, 
1070; 22. vi, 38&, 738, 755, 828, 832, 
837, 842, 848, 856, 858, 860, 864, 
941; 23. 146, 155, 163, 187, 220, 
221, 255, 273, 274, 331, 336, 342, 

, 343, 344, 373, 397, 553, 565, 575, 618, 
624, 631, 692, 705, 724, 874, 904, 
910, 912, 928, 946, 990; 24. 539, 581, 
939, 958; 14. 64, 246, 268, 494. 

act for court, 24. 37-9, 50, 64, 162; 
25. 274-87, 437; for parisli in, 25. 
298-304; for poor house, 24. 738-9; 
for relief of ment'd, 5. 23; for 
schools, 24. 534-5; for tax for 
public buildings, 24. 138, 520-2, 
594, 624, 756-7; 25. 97-8; for town, 
23. 170-171, 336; on jurors, 24. 82- 
4, 273-5, 908; 25. 422; on roads and 
ferries, 23. 220-1, 489-90 ; to collect 
sinking fund arrears, 24. 990; to 
destroy vermin in, 23. 862, 914; 
wild animals, 24. 749-50; to erect 
repealed and to be reenacted, 5. 
92, 116, 405-407; to fix time of co. 
ct., 24. 717; 25. 288, 406; to im- 
prove mavigation, 23. 510; by 
lottery, 23. 542-4;; to locate pub- 
lic buildings, 23. 438; 25. 329-30; 
to relieve persons suffering from 
loss of records, 23. 387-388. 

Baptists in, 5. 1182. 

bill for C. H. and prison, 4. 363, 364, 
387, 390; 5. 505, 508, 509, 519, 534, 
535, 536, 537, 538, 539, 542, 544, 
558; for navigation, 19. 428, 763; 
for schools, 19. 150, 172, 187, 265, 
266, 286, 290', 308; for town in, 20. 
33-34; to add part of Carteret to, 
9. 384, 463, 464, 506; 18. 338, 356; 
to add part to Jones, 21. 776, 792, 
793, 861, 932, 946, 954, 1051; to 
alter time of court, 7. 310, 379; to 
collect tax in, 21. 40, 49, 62, 78, 87, 
91; to collect tax arrears, 20. 532, 
557; to confirm, 4. 90, 92, 96, 108, 
121, 128, 129, 130, 133, 136, 137, 155; 
to divide, 13. 851, 942; to improve 
navigation in, 6. 353, 354, 356, 358, 
361, 387, 391, 394, 395, 397, 419, 645, 
647, 650, 660, 670-671, 675, 676-677, 
681, 684, 690, 749; to permit use of 



seines in New River, 9. 719, 728, 
764, 765, 767, 775, 777, 78,4, 837, 842, 
884, 887, 890, 896, 899; to relieve 
person suffering by loss of re- 
cords, 5. 42, 43, 45, 46, 47, 53, 59, 
60, 61, 63, 65, 66-67, 76. 

Board of Trade on act to improve 
navigation, 6. 703. 

bond of clerk of pleas, 9. 981. 

British threaten, 15. 514. 

cases of tried in Wilmington, 23. 
253. 

census of 1790, 26. 312, 857-71. 

clothing for troops due from, 12. 639, 
749. 

confusion over troops in, 15. 632. 

corn not to be exported from, 7. 428. 

court days, 23. 703-704, 874, 885, 932, 
946, 990. 

debts due to, 8. 280-1. 

deserters taken in, 11. 795. 

drafts in, 15. 490; 16. 569. 

dues from sheriffs, 9. 575. 

grand jurors congratulate Dobbs, 5. 
334-335; petition on roads and 
ferries, 5. 164-166. 

in Wilmington dist., 1 5. 377. 

inspection places in, 23. 381, 641, 
791; 25. 313, 379. 

J. P.'s in, 4. 346, 713, 1239; 5. 32, 
996; 6. 297, 1008, 1013, 1068; 9. 71; 
22. 918; 23. 995. 

land grants in, 4. 52, 62, 217, 218, 
219, 221, 222, 223, 273, 274, 277, 278, 
280, 281, 328, 329, 331, 332, 333, 
334, 336, 342, 343, 347, 349, 350, 
355, 440, 441, 454, 588, 592,'594, 595, 
596, 598, 601, 602, 603, 616, 619, 625, 
627, 628, 631, 635, 636, 638, 639, 640, 
641, 642, 649, 650, 675, 684, 703, 704, 
705, 707, 709, 710, 711, 759, 761, 762, 
764, 765, 766, 767, 768, 799, 800, 803, 
804, 805, 851, 853, 854, 884, 885, 886, 
887, 890, 891, 892, 893, 894, 896, 
897, 950,952,953,962,963,965, 968, 
969, 970, 1032, 1033, 1034, 1035, 
1039, 1043, 1045, 1047, 1049, 1238, 
1238, 1239, 1240, 1246, 1248, 1249, 
1250, 1251, 1253, 1255; 5. 944; 6. 
80, 81. 
light horse to be raised in, 17. 827- 
828, 829. 

members of assembly, 4. 115, 493, 
733, 815, 817; 5. 87, 154, 232, 521, 
1110; 6. 77, 362, 662, 800, 893, 
1150; 7. 66, 284, 343, 390; 8. 40, 
106, 303; 9. 448, 724, 1189; 12. 



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241 



ORANGE CO. 



2, 3. 160, 271, 549, 656, 683; 13. 
736, 785, 794, 944; 16. 2; 17. 265, 
284, 285, 795, 807, 878, 884; 18. 

2, 23, 227, 253; 19. 1, 13, 129, 134, 
234, 250, 400, 504, 718; 20. 2, 17, 
120, 176, 302, 353, 476; 21. 2, 
194, 730, 872. 

members in Conv. 1788 and '89, 22. 

3, 38. 

members in Prov. Congress, 8. xxxi, 
1042, 1179, ID. 165, 501, 914, 923. 

militia in, 5. 575, 603; complaints 
over officers, 22. 931; embodied, 
22. 541; guard stores, 25. vi; 
in Regulator campaign, 8. 574, 
575, 578, 582, 584, 585, 587, 588, 
589, 591, 594, 596, 597, 599, 600, 
666, 667, 697, 701-702; 19. 838; of- 
ficers, 22. 966; organization of, 
10. 626, 634, facing 680; returns, 
22. 314, 336-44; to go to S. C, 6. 
816; to be raised in, 17. 678; for 
defense of, 17. 709, 787, 789. 

missionaries in, 6. 562. 

Murray's notes allowed in, S. 941, 
954. 

no troops to be raised in for S. C, 

4, 633. 

number of freeholders, 3. 450. 
number troops in field, 22. 564, 565. 
officers, 9. 298. 
organization of troops, 10. 206, 207, 

531, 626, facing 680. 
owes state, 21. 1067, 1068, 1076. 
parishes in, 7. 541. 
petition from, 19. 11; 21. 782, 936, 

941; for location of circuit court, 

4. 509-510; in favor of Shackle- 
ford, 16. 28; on Fed. Conv., 21. 
31. 

pilot for, 22. 919. 

place rents are payable, 4. 372, 400. 

proceedings of S. C|, 9. 1237, 10. 27, 

112, 355-356. 
public revenues from, 9." 647. 
quit rents from, 9. 608. 
report on militia of, 6. 163. 
rum seized, 5. 904. 
settlements reach, 1. xi. 
sheriffs, 4. 347, 953; 5. 824, 976; 6. 

210, 1013. 
supreme ct. of held in Wilmington, 

5. 260. 

tax in, 19. 707. 

taxables in, 7. 146, 284, 289, 539, 

541; 6. 575, 603; in 1754, 6. 320. 
treasurer of, 6. 337; 23. 349, 400. 



troops for defense of, 17. 915, 917; 
from, 15. 73; to be raised in, 13. 
417; 24. 154. 
See also Onslow Precinct. 
Onslow Court House, bill for town 
near, 17. 320, 355; 20. 34. 
quit rents payable at, 4. 187. 
Onslow District, recruiting officer for, 

22. 928. 
Onslow Precinct, 3. xiii, 539, 566, 575; 

4. 280, 330, 502, 701, 743, 1023; 

5. 32, 119, 353, 531, 552, 760; 6. 
xxxiii, 238, 562, 637, 729, 1019, 
1079, 1127. 

act to establish, 23. 119-121, 335, 

445-7. 
erected, 3. 256, 442, 640, 641. 
J. P.'s in, 3. 256-7; 4. 46. 
law to establish, Pane on, 4. 252. 
members in assembly, 3. 635; not 

admitted to assembly, 3. 562. 
See also Onslow County. 
Onslow River, 3. 442. 
Ontaonas River, 5. 864. 
Ontario, 5. 464. 
Ontario, Lake, 2. 383. 
and XJ. S. boundary, 16. 749; 17. 
5, 6. 
Ontori, at Indian Congress, 11. 179. 
Opechancanough, route of, 1. 660. 
Opeckon, Va., Baptists at, 6. 1166- 

1167. 
Opecquon River, 5. 1201. 
O'Phegan, Michael, army pay, 17. 

17. 237. 
Opost, Indian council at, 17. 160. 
Oppression, resistance to in N. C, 8. 

vii-x. 
Oppressions, De Foe's comependium 

of, 2. 890-923. 
O'Quin, Bryan, juror, 4. 523. 
O'Quin, Pat, juror, 4. 523. 
O'Quinn, Pat, quit rents of, 22. 242. 
O'QuInn, Tarlbe, land grant to, 4. 675. 
Oquirn, Daniel, land grant to, 4. 

1047. 
Oram, Jas, army rank, 18. 1130. 
Oram, J no., army rank, 18. 1128. 
Orange, Prince of, 15. 
Orange, Prince, army pay, 17. 237. 
Orange, Wm., army pay, 17. 237. 

army rank, 16. 1130. 
Orange, Wm., army rank, 18. 1131. 
Orange Brigade, 7. 833. 
Orange Co., 5. xxii, 2, 355, 591, 835» 
853, 978, 979, 980, 981, 1045, 1155. 
1185; 8. 536, 573, 799, 807, 816. 



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1127, 1299; 7. xvi, xxxi, 91, 368, 
477, 519, 625, 830, 856, 926, 963; 
8. xvi, xxvii, xli, xlii, xlvii, 27, 33, 
215, 216, 217, 225, 307, 397, 399, 
400, 402, 548, 578, 615, 650, 690, 
697, 717, 736; 9. xxv, 25, 26, 37, 
207, 298, 346, 354, 476, 496, 515, 
592, 660, 697, 1245; 10. xviii, 
xxxiii, 350, 444, 513, 525, 551, 558, 
559, 571, 600, 646, 760, 827, 917, 
937, 999; 11. xviii, 350, 548, 607, 
794, 804, 832; 12. 57, 305; 13. 
192, 424, 734/, 765, 823, 846, 760, 
890, 919, 937, 949; 14. 208, 377, 
385, 386, 413, 433, 454, 603, 828; 
15. 212, 437, 510, 582; 16. 78, 82, 
117, 244, 264, 277, 417, 586, 602, 
637, 640, 661, 662, 685, 689, 691, 
743, 770, 944; 18. 38, 497, 602, 
803; 19. 71, 78, 97, 196, 212, 245, 
323, 366, 500, 629, 637, 837, 840, 
843, 970, 979; 20. 6, 224, 386, 437; 

21. 28, 113, 167, 219, 224, 243, 249, 
267, 285, 291, 363, 423, 605, 638, 
682, 683, 684, 812, 974, 981, 1046; 

22. 102, 103, 105, 128, 129, 440, 
461, 465, 576, 585, 845, 856, 860, 
861, 871, 932, 1046; 23. 373, 490, 
509, 553, 564, 575, 618, 620, 626, 
633, 677, 691, 705, 723, 855, 856, 
874, 904, 912, 946, 952, 991; 24. 
177, 285, 286, 287, 334, 466, 696, 
829, 830, 857, 942, 943; 25. 267; 
26. 1272, 175. 

a frontier, 5. 25. 

act for court, 24. 37-9, 50-64, 161; 

25. 274-87, 437; for parish in, 25. 

298-304; for poor house, 25. 60-2; 

for tax for public building, 24. 

177, 461, 594, 692; 25. 93-4; for 

town in, 23. 509; 25. 402-4, 500-3; 

for transcription of records, 24. 

967-8; on jurors, 24. 82-4, 273-5; 

25. 422; on roads and ferries, 23. 

489-90; on strays, 23. 777-9, 972; 

on time of courts, 23. 399, 484, 

545-6, 25. 270; 24. 717-18; 25. 

288, 364, 406; to add part to 

Johnston, 23. 547-8; to collect 

taxes, 23. 505, 663; 25. 397-8, 489, 

492-3; to collect tax arrears, 23. 

627-9 ; to destroy vermin in, 23. 

592, 914; 25. 476, 516-17, to divide, 

23. 819-823, 823-826, 827-831; 

24. 24-26; to erect, 23. 383-384, 
390-391, 446-7, 470-1, 25. 256, 271; 
should be repealed, 5. 151;' to ex- 



tend time of sheriff's settlement, 
25. 520-1; to fix place for county 
court and public buildings, 23. 
399; 25. 271-2; to settle bounds, 5. 
23. 

address to on Regulator' troubles, 
8. 543-544. 

asks for charter, 6. 228, 229; protec- 
tion against Indians, 6. 374; right 
of representation, 5. 364. 

Baptists in, 5. 1184. 

bill for poorhouse, 21. 326, 350, 384, 
677; for roads and ferries in, 5. 
1020, 1021, 1023, 1036, 1051-1052, 
1056, 1058, 1064, 1065, 1097; for 
transcript of records, 21. 116, 
124, 128, 140; on strays, 8. 100, 
325; 9. 842, 848, 852, 861, 894, 
895, 907, 910, 913, 914, 928, 1014; 
to add part to Johnston, 6. 645, 
649, 651, 652, 660, 685, 686, 688, 
750; to alter time of court, 5. 
182, 183, 184, 187, 196, 198, 199, 
201, 204, 205, 209, 875, 876, 899, 
900, 901, 1005, 1008, 1010, 1011; 
6. 642, 644, 646, 660, 667, 671, 
676, 679, 749; 20. 541; 21. 100, 
104; to amend act for town in, 7. 
314, 317, 319, 320, 321, 338, 377, 
384, 388, 390, 396, 397, 399, 421, 
432; to amend act to erect, 5. 41, 
42, 43, 45, 46, 53, 56, 57, 59, 60, 
63, 65, 66, 76; to collect taxes, 6. 
171, 184, 200, 1105, 1112, 1118, 
.1145, 1173, 1174, 1178, 1185-1186, 
1189, 1190, 1192; 7. 47, 48, 49, 51- 
52, 57, 61, 68-69, 70, 71, 72, 81, 85, 
88; to cure deeds, 19. 285; to de- 
stroy vermin, 6. 866, 872, 875, 876, 
883, 891, 931, 936, 941, 947, 948, 
953, 963; to divide, 5. 183, 199; 7. 
906, 915, 929, 935, 937, 939, 944, 
906, 915, 929, 935, 937, 938, 944, 
945, 949, 951, 955, 957; 8. 290, 
291, 293, 294, 295, 296, 297, 
298, 299, 310, 315, 321, 327- 
341, 347, 352, 353, 354, 362, 363, 
364, 367, 384, 386, 387, 401, 402, 
403, 405, 424, 425, 426, 427, 428, 
429, 432, 434, 437, 439, 477, 478, 
527, 9. 113, 149, 153, 163; 9. 107, 
147, 151, 162; 12. 27-28, 30, 34, 
41, 46, 112, 180, 255; 13. 357; to 
erect, 4. 1322, 1323, 1324, 1329, 
1336, 1337, 1338, 1339, 1348; to 
erect town, 6. 122, 123, 126, 127, 
145, 147, 158, 159, 160, 165, 184, 



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243 



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200; to fix place of court, 5. 182, 

183, 186, 188, 197, 198, 199, 206, 

209; to make new county out of, 6. 

303, 312, 320, 325, 350, 364, 385, 396; 

to re-establish, 5. 676, 678, 687, 

721, 722; 723, 724, 725, 726, 737; 

to regulate roads, 5. 874, 876, 897, 

898, 899; to transcribe records, 

20. 561, 565, 571. 
Butler questioned on Regulators, 

22. 410-11. 
Caswell to justices of on failure to 

hold o. and t. ct, 11. 434, 435. 
census of 1790 lost, 26. iv, 1248. 
charter to, 5. 812; ment'd, 6. 289. 
clergy in, 8. 222. 
clothing for troops due from, 12. 

639, 747. 
commissions to inventory property 

of loyalists, 10. 554, 555. 
contested election in, 8. Ill; 10. 

917, 932-933, 945. 
court act for disallowed, 6. 707. 
court broken up by Regulators, 8. 

542. 
court days, 23. 703, 704, 874, 885, 

932, 946, 990. 
court house to be built in, 13. 452. 
court records of, 8. 184-185. 
court records and jurors in, 8. 72. 
created, 5. xxxix. 
debts due to, 8. 280-281. 
depositions on illegal fees in, 7. 773- 

782. 
divided, 11. 470. 
dues from sheriffs, 9. 573. 
election validated, 24. 410. 
entries of Regulators on court rec- 
ords of, 8. 235-240. 
excesses and insolence of troops in, 

15. 769. 
extent and reasons for taxes, 7. 771- 

82. 
extortion in, 7. xv, xvi. 
franchise in, 10. 211. 
fulling mills in, 8. 154. 
Germans in, 8. 630, 734. 
given right of representation, 5. 

767-768. 
grain of impressed and relief 

from tax, 14. 466. 
grievances of Regulators, 8. xiv, 

xvii-xviii. 
heart of Regulator movement, 7. 

xxxii. 
in Hillsboro dist, 15. 377. 
increase in population, 5. 24, 25. 



Indian commissary for, 5. 835, 853, 
854. 

instructions to delegates in Halifax 
Congress from, 10. 870/-870;j; to 
representatives, 9. 699-706. 

iron factory in, 8. xlviii, 496. 

J. P.'s in, 5. 32, 175, 6. 340, 761, 
1008, 1068, 1088; 8. 149; 9. 71, 
1221; 23. 995. 

Lamb on act to collect tax, 7. 225. 

land holders of to vote, 23. 987. 

line with Guilford to be run, 8. 538. 

loyal militia of, 22. 197. 

loyalty in, 10. 146, 441. 

Lutherans in, 8. 774, 782. 

Mebane sheriff, 11. 526. 

members in assembly, 5. 53, 54, 
521, 813, 894, 997; 6. 135, 136, 
374, 399-4itt0, 493, 662, 800, 910, 
1152, 1168; 7. 284, 342; 8. 106, 
303, 471, 473, 494, 538; 9. 139, 140, 
177, 178, 448; 9. 469, 470, 734, 
747, 909, 1189; 12. 2, 266, 317, 656, 
668, 724, 726, 776, 818, 869; 13. 
541, 633; 13.736, 785; 15.222; 16. 
2; 17. 265, 795, 878, 887, 897; 18. 

2, 227, 253, 267, 375; 19. 1, 129, 
234, 400, 718, 840; 20. 2, 120, 302, 
476; 21. 2, 194, 730, 872. 

members in conv 1788 and 89, 22. 

3, 26, -28, 30, 38. 

members in Prov. Cong., 9. xxxi, 
xxxiv, 1042, 1179; 10. 166, 501, 
505, 914, 916, 925, 930, 970, 971, 973. 

memorial from, 19. 341, 342, 343. 

militia in, 5. 575, 603; called out 
against Regulators, 7. 718-719, 
720-721, 794, 827, 832, 833, 834, 
836, 859, 887, 888, 889; 8. 574, 579, 
580, 582, 583, 584, 585, 586, 587, 
588, 589, 592, 593, 613, 649, 669, 
670, 672, 674, 677, 679-680, 684, 
686, 697, 704, 707, 711, 714; 9. 93; 
22. 416-78, 580-1, 871-873, 874; re- 
turn from, 13. 253; 22. 311, 313, 
334-6, 418-19; reviewed, 9. 349; 
to be ordered out, 5. 1-li, 6. 61; to 
be paid, 10. 589. 

noms. for J. P.'s rejected, 18. 187, 
207, 413, 435, 468. 

not to have members of assembly,. 
5. 151. 

Nuessmann preaches in, 8. 763. 

officers, 9. 298; 14. 264. 

oppression in, 7. 249-250. 

organization of troops, 10. 207, 532. 

owes state, 21. 1076. 



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paper factory in, 12. 875 

parishes and ministers in, 7. 457, 
541. 

people of raid Cross Creek for salt, 
11. 527, 530, 533. 

petitions from, 18. 28, 29, 47, 99, 
258, 262, 277, 285, 302, 348; 19. 
663, 743; against fees, 7. 733-737; 
for division of, 9. 809-810; for en- 
larged powers to J. P.'s, 7. 874- 
875, 929; for inspection ware- 
house, 8. 80a; for pardon of Regu- 
lators, 7. 770-771; for release of 
Bradley, 10. 930; for relief, 8. 
309; for Ryley, 10. 975; on cor- 
rection of grievances, 8. 81-84; on 
juries and illegal taxes and fees, 
8. 231-234; on lands, 21. 740, 748, 
749, 776, 777, 782, 789, 886, 898, 
899, 932, 952; on new county, 21. 
816, 986, 993; to divide, 9. 89-90. 

plundering of troops in, 14. 603. 

population, 4. xxi. 

Presbyterians in, 5. 1193, 1194, 1213- 
1217, 1219. 

proceedings against representatives 
ment'd, 9. 1. ' 

provisions impressed, 16. 263. 

Quakers in, 8. 610. 

records of trials of Regulators and 
"others, 7. 842-847. 

recruiting advancing in, 13. 146. 

regulators in, 7. xx, 710-712-713-716, 
717-720, 721, 722, 728, 731-732, 739- 
740, 741, 742-746, 750-751, 758-767, 
791, 792-794, 798, 799, 800, 801-806, 
810-816, 817, 819, 820, 821, 822, 823, 
827, 830-838, 840-842, 850-851, 859, 
863-864, 884, 934, 989; 8. 26-27, 32, 
37, 195, 331, 644, 645, 646-647, 679, 
680, 686, 722, 730; assemble in, 8. 
490; in Hillsboro riots, 8. 231-234, 
235-249, 251-255, 257-258, 268; in- 
dicted, 8. 529-530; petition Tryon, 
8. 640-641; proceedings of, 7. 251- 
252. 

report on militia, 6. 163, 365. 

request of regulators to authorities 
on taxes, 7. 699-700. 

resolutions in behalf of Tryon, 8. 
230-231. 

roll of militia marching against In- 
dians, 10. 753-754, 759-760. 

Safety Com. proceedings, 10. 785- 
786. 

sends troops to Hillsboro, 7. xxiil. 

sheriffs, 6. 163; •. 1016; 7. 91, 742, 



821; 8. 26, 307; 9. 372; ask more 
time to settle, 9. 802-803; ques- 
tioned on regulation matters, 15. 
761-762; whipped, 7. xxiv, xxv; 8. 
32. 
size, 7. 514. 
supplies from, 14. 424. 
supreme ct. of held In Salisbury, 5. 

260. 
tax in, 19. 409, 707; 23. 869. 
taxables in, 5. 575, 603; 7. 146, 284, 
289, 539, 541; in 1754, 5. 320; in 
1790, 26. 1248, 1286-1313. 
time for inferior ct, 7. 609, 647. 
Tories in, 22. 557, 731;; embody, 
22. 923; sentenced for treason, 
16. 777. 
treasurer for, 23. 400. 
troops called out, 15. 549; with Br. 
at Moore's Creek, 10. xxvi; in 
regulation campaign, 19. 839, 840, 
842, 847, 848, 849; to be raised in, 
13. 411; 14. 29. 
Tryon's answer to petition of regu- 
lators, 8. 642. 
value of wheat, 7. xix. 
vestry recommends Jones, 8. 23. 
wagon report wanted, 14. 393. 
warehouse wanted for, 8. 78. 
Orange Co., Va., 5. 175; 18. 51; 21. 
884. 
tlthables in 1756, 5. 565. 
Orange Court House, 22. 104, 105. 
act for road from, 23. 439 ; 25. 330. 
bill for road from, 5. 504, 505, 508, 
509, 519, 532, 534, 535, 536, 537, 541, 
544, 558. 
Orange District, recruiting officer for, 

22. 928. 
Orange District, Orange Co., tax pay- 
ers in, 26. 1286-1290. 
Orange Presbytery, 5. 1196, 1216. 
erected, 5. 1213. 
records lost, 6. 1193. 
Orange Town (N. J.?), 15. 65. 
Orangeburg, S. C, 8. 741; 14. 60, 67, 

73, 78, 293; 15. 368; 22. 153. 
Orangeburg Co., S. C, 17. 581, 1034. 
Orangeburg Fort, taken, 16. 465. 
Orangeburgh Road, S. C, 17. 1034. 
Orbetton, Mr., breaks parole, 14. 701. 
Ord, Capt., takes the Lord Howe, 13. 

362. 
Ordeneal, John, in militia, 22. 416. 
Order, Malchisadeck, petitions on 

need of money, 7. 866-867. 
Order, Peter, army rank, 18. 1131. 



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Order book, of Tryon against regulat- 
ors, 8. 574-601. 
Order book, of Waddell on regulator 

campaign, 88. 601-607. 
Orders, General, for districts, 16. 634- 

635. 
Orders in Council, acts repealed hj, 

23. 122. 
Ordinance of 1787, 20. 740-6, 774. 
Ordinances, act against gambling in, 
25. 251; act on, 23. 79-80, 97, 182- 
5, 337, 492-4, 725-8; 24. 279-81; 26. 
161, 169, 182, 203, 208, 262, 358. 
bin to regulate, 4. 475, 478, 480, 500, 
501, 507, 508, 510; 5. 1025, 1027, 
1036, 1068, 1069, 1073, 1074, 1077, 
1084, 1097; 7. 614, 623, 633, 637, 
641, 649, 653. 668, 696; 18. 864, 
868, 871, 884, 962, 975, 978; 21. 
763. 769, 827, 835, 915, 928, 971, 
996, 999, 1003, 1009, 1011. 
Caswell on licences for, 11. 615. 
kept by Eliz. Marston, 8. 60. 
place of filled by gov., 7. 475. 
Ordinances of Conv. 1776, 23. 985-1000. 

passed, 10. 981-982. 
Ordinary keepers, abuse in granting 
license to, 4. 472, 496. 
not to be sheriffs, 4. 951. 
notes on acts for, 3. 187, 190. 
violate license law, 5. 336. 
Ordnance, asked for forts, 5. 638, 639. 
Dobbs's letter on discussed, 6. 481, 

483. 
estimate of that needed for Fort 

Johnston, 5. 350-351. 
It. gen. of, at cowncil, 2. 680, 732. 
memorial for discussed, 5. 399-400. 
report on, 7. 245-246. 
request for, 6. 702; from assembly, 

5. 682, 683, 710-711. 
store keeper needed for, 5. 918, 919. 
to be sent to N. C, 6. 592-593. 
Ore Hill, reservation of rescinded, 12. 

629, 698. 
Oreler, John, petition, 21. 48, 135-136, 

137. 
Orendal, Edward, road overseer, 1. 

493. 
Orenton, Wm., in militia, 22. 356. 
Orextine, John, exempted, 6. 1045. 
Organ, Wm., army rank, 18. 1130. 
Organ church, 8. 744, 745. 
calls Storch, 8. 766, 769. 
history, 8. 759-760, 761, 762, 763, 764, 
775, 776, 778, 781, 787, 792, 795. 
Original Attachments, act to regulate 



proceedings in, 25. 200. 
Original process, issue of by co. ct., 

25. 409, 410. 
Original writs, act on returns of, 23. 
17-19. 
Johnston on law for, 4. 25. 
Orkney, Lord, communication to 
ment'd, 2. 336. 
gov. of Va., 2. 518. 
Orleans, 17. 519. 
Orman. See Ormond. 
Orman (Oram), Benj., allowance to, 
10. 51, 56. 
resolve in favor of, 16. 86. 
Ormand. See Ormond. 
Ormand, Col., in militia, 22. 309. 
Orme, Peter, petition considered, 17. 

401. 
Orme, Robert, claims allowed, 8. 953. 
Orme, Wm., petition considered, 17. 

409; 20. 92, 93, 99, 108. 
Ormes (Orms), Samuel, a J. P., 4. 800. 
county clerk, 5. 320; 22. 295. 
land grants to, 4. 707. 
witnesses will and clerk of court, 
22. 289, 290. 
Ormond. See Orman, Ormand. 
Ormond, Duke of, at council, 1. 74, 
233. 
on Bd. T. and F. P., 1. 223. 

Ormond, , 22. 838. 

Ormond, Henry, murdered, 22. 856. 

857. 
Ormond Roger, claims allowed, 9. 
224, 953; 22. 841. 
dead, 10. 350, 414. 
deposition quoted, 8. 1057. 
forwards Lexington news, 8. 1236, 

1237. 
in assembly, 9. 394, 399, 400, 408, 
407, 447, 449, 457, 463, 482, 503, 506, 
517, 588, 733, 848 851, 857, 860, 874, 
885, 895, 902, 903, 907, 910, 919, 
923, 930, 937, 944, 952, 1188. 
in Prov. Cong., 8. 1042, 1049, 1178, 

1179, 1181; 10. 164, 500. 
major. 10. 206. 
on com. of asaem., 9. 381, 451, 838. 

884. 
on S. C. of Newbem Dist., 10. 215. 
testifies in matter of J. P.'s, 8. 1019. 
witness, 7. 684; 8. 1005. 
Ormond, W. Y., (Wyrlott?), clerk of 

CO. ct., 22. 481, 482. 
Ormond, Wm., a J. P., 4. 332, 346. 

sheriff, 4. 347. 
Ormond, Wm., building coms'r, 24. 



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246 



ORR, 



291. 
Ormond, Wyriott, agent of northern 
counties in representation strug- 
gle, 4. 1168-1169. 

asked to appear in certain cases, 4. 
676. 

bond as trustee to erect public of- 
fices, 5. 567-568. 

chairman com. of whole, 5. 257, 258, 
259, 850. 

dead, 5. 1006, 1007. 

deposition on efforts to break up as- 
sembly, 4. 1195-1196; on struggle 
for representation, 4. 1205. 

in assembly, 4. 720, 723, 724, 731, 
816, 818, 819, 820, 826, 827, 829, 
832, 1010, 1052, 1060, 1061, 1334, 
1337, 1340, 1342, 1343; 5. 56, 57, 
58, 232, 242, 243, 244, 248, 277, 280, 
292, 305, 309, 312, 677, 688, 695, 
696, 698, 719, 720, 721, 722, 723, 
724, 838, 840, 850, 868, 1041. 

land grant to, 4. 627, 635, 641, 853, 
1039. 

on com. of assembly, 4. 832, 1052, 
1059, 1318, 1331, 1340; 5. 39, 54, 
55, 219, 237, 239, 240, 660, 690, 693, 
703, 716, 717, 731, 732. 

proposes to examine witnesses, 4. 
1202. 

quoted on determination of northern 
members not to attend assembly, 
4. 1189. 

receiver of tonnage duties, 5. 329. 

refuses to act against Johnston, 4. 
1098. 

reports on propositions and griev- 
ances, 4. 817, 823. 

serves Johnston with queries, 4. 
1204. 

surety, 5. 328-329. 
Ormond, Wyniott, allowance to, 22. 
841, 851; to executor of, 9. 953. 

arrears of salary due to, 9. 654. 

bond as receiver, 7. 683-684. 

building coms'r, 23. 680, 907. 

claims, 9. 590; allowed, 9. 224; re- 
jected, 22. 838. 

clerk, 9. 298. 

contests election, 8. 112-13. 

dead, 9. 738, 739, 874. 

in assembly, 6. 873, 893, 897, 904, 909 
910, 921, 945, 1103. 1118, 115oi 
11546, 1155, 1171, 1190, 1200, 1224, 
1270; 7. 67; 8. 106, 107, 319, 323, 
326, 334, 350, 367, 398, 394, 436, 437, 



438, 440, 441, 444, 447, 454, 466, 
476; 9. 108, 136, 149, 152, 155, 180, 
187, 190, 201, 204, 205, 223, 384, 393, 
395, 397, 402, 407, 447, 475, 484, 494, 

509, 513, 514, 589, 734; on com. of 
assem., 6. 896, 1153, 1263; 8. 324. 

port coms'r, 23. 667. 
town coms'r, 23. 865. 
Ormond, Wyriott, tax receiver, 25. 

285. 
Ormsby, George, pay to, 22. 498, 499. 
Ormsley, Geo., in militia, 22. 422. 
Oronoko tobacco, 23. 407, 408, 733, 

734. 
Orphans, act on, 23. 70-71,333, 432, 

510, 577-83, 992-6; 24. 594, 904, 
25. 40, 161, 310-25, 415-22; consid- 
ered and disallowed, S. 28-9, 69, 
70, 71, 72, 81, 733. 

asylums built by Lutherans, 8. 768. 

bin for better care of, S. 351, 352, 
353, 354, 358, 361, 368, 377, 378, 
382, 384-385, 389, 395, 419; to se- 
cure estates, 4. 480, 507; B. 122, 
123, 141, 146, 148, 171, 172, 177, 
181, 192, 196; for security of, 6. 
843, 844, 846, 847, 880, 881, 890, 
901, 904, 905, 909, 949, 950, 951; tp 
regulate guardians and estates of, 
5. 503, 504, 505, 506, 507, 510, 519, 
532, 533, 535, 540, 545, 546, 558. 

Board of Trade on act for, 6. 587- 
591; on act regulating estates, 6. 
27, 28. 

bound- out, 1. 522, 577. 

care of, 1. 580, 600, 613, 621, 626, 
630. 

debts to always pleadable, 1. 675. 

discharged by governor, 4. 1110, 
1118. 

Dobbs on bill for, 6. 970. 

estates, grand juries should have 
power to inquire into, and protect, 
5. 298; should be protected, 5. 
547; should be sold only by sher- 
iff, 5. 548. 

Johnston on law of, 4. 26. 

law on reported unfavorably, 6. 20. 

legal control of, 7. 480. 

no protection for property of, 4. 
1009, 1027. 

ordinance on law on, 23. 992-6. 

Pownall on act for, 6. 1049. 

supported by public, 1. 630, 678. 
Orphan's Court, 1. 563; 25. 419. 

regulation of, 1. 575. 
Orr, , army rank, 18. 1128. 



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247 



OSBORNE, ADLAI 



Orr, Charles, army pay, 17. 237. 

army rank, 16. 1128. 
Orp, James, pensioner, 22. 79. 
Orr, John, horseman, 15. 509. 
Orr, John, claim, 9. 487, 591. 
Orr, Robert, in militia, 22. 437. 
Orr, Robert, petition on separation, 

22. 705-9. 
Orr, Samuel, army pay, 17. 237. 
Orr, Thos., goods sold by S. C, 9. 1104, 
1107. 
papers to from S. C, 9. 1110. 
pays money to S. C, 9. 1153. 
signs Ass'n of C. C, 9. 1152, 1166. 
Orr, Wm., to S. P. G. on church af- 
fairs, 4. 622; on his work, 4. 608- 
609. 
Orrell, Lieut., mistreated, 15. 539. 

receives pay, 14. 335. 
Orrell, Thos., army rank, 16. 1131. 

captain, 15. 786. 
Orrendal, Ed., quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Orrill, Lt., disobeys orders, 16. 516. 

on duty, 16. 481. j 

Ortery, Alex, juror, 4. 525. 
Orthodox Clergy, act for, 25. 430-2. 
See also Clergy, Episcopal Church, 
Established Church. 
Orton, John, brings suit, 10. 434. 
Orton's Mills, 15. 785, 788. 
Orundack Indians, incited against 

English, 5. 173. 
Orundell, Ed., in militia, 22. 356. 
Orwell, Lord, at Board of Trade meet- 
ing, 6. 1001-1007, 1062-1064, 7. 146- 
148. 
on leave of absence to Dobhs, 6. 

1044. 
to King, on docking of entails, 6. 
972-973. 
Osbern, Alexr, commissioner to in- 
quire into Indian outrages, 5. 175- 
176. 
Osberry, Henry, land grant to, 4. 798. 
Osborn. See Osbern, Osborne, Osburn, 
Ozburn. 

Osborn, . on com. of Assem., 6. 

641, 665. 
Osborn, Mr., 17. 630. 
Osborn, Co!., 7. 822, 824, 826, 828, 837. 
Osborn, Col., 21. 810. 

delivers letter to regulators, 6. 841. 
Osborn (Osborne), Col., In Regulator 

campaign, 22. 875. 
Osborn, A. C, witness, 22. 428. 
Osborn (Osborne, Osburn, Ozburn), 
Alexander, a J. P., 4. 951, 1293; 



6. 799; 7. 856. 
at council of war, 7. 842. 
does harm among Catawbas, 5. 647. 
in Assembly, 6. 647, 650, 662, 676, 

677. 
in militia, 22. 31l! 
makes treaty with Catawbas, 5. 141- 

1446. 
petition on lands, 7. 7. 
Osborn (Osborne), Alexander, brings 
suit, 10. 432. 
petition against marriage act, 9. 
623-624. 
Osborn, Alexander, land grants to, 4. 

1047. 
Osborn, Alex., presides at county ct., 

10. 139. 
Osborn, Alexr, vestryman, 23. 344. 
Osborn, Christopher, in militia, 22. 

365. 
Osborn, Christopher, in militia, 22. 

376. 
Osborn, James, asks for new county, 

9. 92. 
Osborn, Jesse, pensioner, 22. 79. 
Osborn, John, 24. 286. 
Osborn, J no., in militia, 22. 376. 
Osborn, Jonathan, pensioner, 22. 79. 
Osborn, Jos., army rank, 16. 1128. 
Osborn, Robt., juror, 25. 190. 
Osborn, Stephen, pensioner, 22. 79. 
Osborn, Wm., pay to, 22. 1014. 
Osborne, Mr., 5. 1206. 
Osborne, Mr., 9. 307. 
Osborne, Capt., 5. 1206. 
Osborne, Capt., commands privateers, 
13. 185, 186. 
commands Ranger, 13. 96, 97. 
Osborne, Col., magazine at house of, 

12. 104, 105. 
Osborne (Osbourn, Osborn, Ozborn), 
Adiai, aids in arrest of Dunn, 10. 
675, 676, 678, 797; 19. 901, 902. 
allowance to, 19. 370. 
appointed clerk of court of Rowan 
and gives bond, 9. 318-319; 10. 
1; 22. 501, 513. 
brings charges against Dunn, 15. 

690-692. 
buys lead, 10. 316. 
claims, 18. 11, 14, 240; allowed, 9. 

953. 
clerk Com. of Safety, of Rowan, 9. 

1072, 1075; 10. 83, 84. 
coms'r on building, 24. 240; on 
magazines, 13. 683-684; on school, 
24. 30, 690. 



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248 



OSWALD, JAMES 



declines to serve in C. C, 17. 272, 

338; 20. 49. 
gives counterfeit money to Latta, 

10. 317. 
in C. C, 16. 90; 17. 79, 112, 143; 
18. 538; 10. 5.7, 136, 245, 465, 466, 
468, 582, 584, 623, 637, 809, 813, 
814. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 47, 48. 
It. col.. 10. 204. 
nom. for judge, 20. 592; 21. 183, 

850, 1024. 
on S. C. of Rowan, 9. 1079; 10. 252, 

253. 
protests against Regulators, 8. 273- 

4. 
to deliver ammunition, 10. 311. 
to receive Martin's letter, 10. 93. 
trustee Univ., 25. 22. 
witness, 8. 532. 
Osborne, Benj., army rank, 16. 1131. 
Osborne, Elisha, in militia, 15. 399. 
Osborne, George, makes prize, 13. 98. 
Osborne, Jesse, army rank, 16. 1131. 
Osborne, Jno., army rank, 16. 1131. 
Osborne, John, reprieved, 22. 959. 
Osborne, Luke, fine remitted, 21. 1022- 

1023, 1031. 
Osborne, Morgan, army rank, 16. 1131. 
Osborne, Peter, tried for riot, 2. 821, 

824-5. 828. 
Osborne, Squire, army rank, 16. 1131. 
Osborne.'s, Col., 18. 898. 
Osborne's, Va., 16. 383. 
Osborn's Town, Va., 9. 1069. 
Osbourn, Capt., privateersman cap- 
tured, 22. 757, 758. 
Osbourn, Wm., patroler, 10. 63. 
Osburn, . Dobbs to on Indian dep- 
redations, 5. 604-605. 
Osburn, Capt. report on militia co., 

22. 398-9. 
Osburn, Col., examines Moore case, 

15. 688. 
Osburn, Col., 5. 604. 
Osburn, Alexander, allowance to, 22. 
820. 
on claims com., 22. 828, 829. 
Osburn, Wm., on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 62 

99. 
Osgood, Samuel, com'r of treasury, 
17. 606. 
on treasury Board, 20. 609, 625, 

635, 639, 706. 
reports expenses of U. S., 18. 539- 

542. 
to Caswell on ouota of N. C, and 



answers, 17. 538-540, 546-551. 558- 
562, 587, 594; and tobacco, 18. 578, 
606-607, 622-623, 634-636, 638, 647- 
648, 748, 761, 777, 779-782; 20. 
783-785. 
to Jolinston on financial affairs and 
answer, 21. 547-548, 556. 
O'Sheal, Daniel, does not qualify for 
militia, 22. 368. 
report on militia co., 22. 369. 
O'Sheal, Dan, in militia, 22. 306. 
Osheal, Dan'l, in militia, 22. 367. 
Osheal, Daniel, land grant to, 4. 636. 
O'Sheal (O'Sheall), David, appears 
for Burrington in Ashe's suit, 3. 
386-387, 388-389, 290-391. 
appears In place of Attorney Gen- 
eral, 2. 821, 823. 
attorney, 2. 660, 661, 828, 834; 3. 

54, 617. 
prosecutes for Atty Gen., 2. 825-827. 
suit of Everard against, 3. 230-231. 
surety, 2. 656-657. 
witness, 3. 407. 
O'Short, Daniel, land grant to, 4. 1250. 
Osman, Thos. Littleton, witness, 5. 

782. 
Osna'bruck, 8. 632. 

Osnegatchy, not surrendered, 17. 588. 
Ossory, Earl of, on Bd. T. and P. P., 

1. 223. 
Ostanawa, 17. 586. 
Ostatory, burned, 10. 882. 
Osteen, John, refuses to take oath, 

13. 446. 
Osteen, Wm., army rank, 16. 1131. 
Osteen, Wm., pay to, 22. 457. 
Osteen, Wm., refuses to take oath, 13 

446. 
Ostend, 16. 571. 
Ostinakow, at Indian Congress, 11 

179. 
O'Sullivan, F., to Proprietors on S. C. 

1. 206-208. 
Oswald, James, at Board of Trade 
meetings, 5. 26-29, 166-172, 480 
488, 649-653, 805-810, 987-989; 6 
67-70. 
at Privy Council, 11. 213-215. 
makes Heron deputy auditor gen. 

6. 523. 
nominates Turner as naval officer 

6. 41-42. 
on McCulloh's quit rents and sal- 
ary, 5. 927-928. 
on repeal of laws and enactment of 



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249 



OUTLAW, EDWARD 



new ones, 5. 397-399, 404-407. 

on suspension of Murray and Ruth- 
erford, 5. 959-960. 

to Board of Trade on McCulloh's 
quit rents and time of settlement, 

5. 626-627. 

to Dobbs on aid bill, etc., 6. 54-56; 
on French War, 6. 563-564; on 
public affairs, 5. 608-609, 748-750; 

6. 45-47. 

to King on defenceless state of N. 
C, 5. 395-396; on instructions to 
Dobbs, 5. 1103-1107; on represen- 
tation act, land grant and quit 
rent acts, etc., S. 81-108; on size 
of land grants, B. 396-397. 
to Rowan on his administration, 5. 
25-26. 
Oswald, Richard, commissioner to 
treat for peace, 16. 419-421, 466. 
negotiates treaty of peace, 16. 748- 

753, 758, 905, 913, 914. 
to Peace Commissioners and 
answer, 16. 452-454. 
Oswald, Richard, & Co., petition on 

exchange rate of bills, 6. 16-17. 
Oswego, N. Y., 608. 
captured, 5. xxviii, xlix, 638. 
fort at, 5. 475; 10. 780; needed at, 

5. 467, 468. 
loss of ment'd, 5. 639, 711, 736. 
not surrendered, 17. 588. 
Shirley winters at, 5. 447. 
taken by French, 5. 609, 610, 611. 
Otacite, favors peace, 10. 777. 
Otacite of Quaratrie, signs Cherokee 

treaty, 7. 855. 
Otassatch, medal to, 7. 209. 
Otis Mico, Indian, 7. 237. 
Ottassatch, 7, 212. 
Otter, man-of-war, 10. 602. 
Otter, ship, letter from midshipman 
on battle of Great Bridge and 
burning of Norfolk, 10. 394-395. 
Otter, sloop, at Portsmouth, Va., 16. 

158. 
Otter Creek, 4. 222. 
Otterson, Jas., in militia, 32. 286. 
Ottey, Christopher, land grant to, 4. 

336. 
Ottey, Ellz., rights proved, 4. 598. 
Ottlwell, Isaac, collector, 3. 405. 

discharged by court, 2. 663. 
Ottowa Indians, incited against Eng- 
lish, 5. 173. 
send war message to Cherokees, 10. 
773-774, 776-779, 780. 



Ottry, Wm., petitions for Tyson, 16. 

580-581. 
Ottvall, Mr., stirs up matter of 

Phippen's goods, 3. 228. 
Oubacks, war message to, 10. 774. 

See also Wabash. 
Ouconnastotah, signs Cherokee treaty, 

. 7. 855. 
Oucounacon, makes treaty, 3. 129- 

132. 
Oueler, John on regulation of Cross 

Creek, 16. 209-210. 
Ould. See Old. 
Ould, Mrs. Kath., 19. 925. 
Oustemka, 7. 997. 
Outerbrldge, Rumsey, in militia, 22. 

422. 
Outerbrldge, Stephen, in miltla, 22. 

271. 
Outlaw, Col., 20. 617. 
Outlaw, Col., 22. 1007. 
Outlaw, Col., warrants to, 21. 273, 276, 

283, 306, 410, 434, 435, 635, 715. 
Outlaw, Maj., 17. 109. 
Outlaw, Alex., asked to act as dele- 
gate to Cong., 22. 725. 
case of discussed, 11. 571. 
Caswell on case of, 11. 572-573. 
debarred from service, 22. 782. 
deposed as quartermaster of 10th 

reg't, 12. 134-135, 296-297. 
in Assem., 19. 752, 761, 765, 773, 
794, 804, 808, 816, 824, 827, 835; 
20. 506, 521; 21. 44, 47, 48, 52, 61, 
66, 68, 73, 74, 77, 82, 115, 121, 123, 
130, 133, 155, 160, 168, 179, 191, 
193, 195, 198, 199, 211, 220, 234, 
248, 257, 264, 267, 294, 305, 344, 
345, 372, 379, 402, 411, 431, 434, 
582, 630. 
In Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 47, 48. 
makes treaty, 22. 655-9. 
note of surrendered to S. C, 9. 
1109. 

officer, 22. 702. 
on com. of defence, 22. 722. 
on S. C. of Duplin, 10. 112. 
petition, 21. 236, 608. 
Spencer tp Caswell on case of, 11. 

612-613. 
to Caswell on Indian affairs, 18. 

756-759. 
to petition for admission, 22. 724. 
treats with Indians, 18. 696-700. 
witnesses treaty, 22. 650. 
Outlaw, Edward, ensign, 10. 518. 
Outlaw, Edward, juror, 2. 435, 436, 



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250 



OVERTON, DANIEL 



437, 473; 4. 523; 25. 189. 
Outlaw, Edward, laud grant to, 4. 762, 

803, 853, 894, 1048. 
Outlaw, George, exempted, 4. 735. 
Outlaw, Geo., in militia, 22. 358. 
Outlaw, Jas., army rank, 16. 1131. 
Outlaw, James, town coms'r, 24. 846. 
Outlaw, John, army pay, 17. 237. 
Outlaw, Lewis, army rank, 16. 1129. 
Outlaw, Lewis, in militia, 22. 357. 
Outlaw, Ralph, juror, 4. 516; 25. 186. 

quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Outlaw, Thos., 23. 503. 
Outlaw, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 619. 
Outlaw, Thomas, petitions for Wind- 
sor as C. H., 9. 804-805. 
Outlaw, Wm., land grant to, 4. 711. 
Outlaw, Wm., petitions for Windsor 

as C. H., 9. 804-806. 
Outlawing of slaves, 23. 201-202. 
Outlawry, act on for felony and coun- 
terfeiting, 23. 616-7. 
Eng. act on in force in N. C, 23. 
319. 
Outlaws, act on should be repealed, 9. 
in Pitt and Dobbs, 11. 731-732. 
people of N. C. considered as such, 
4. 294. 
Outlaw's Landing, bill for town at, 4. 
725. 
quit rents payable at, 4. 186. 
Outlayer, Edward, land grants to, 4. 

628. 
Ovabaseck River, 5. 173. 
Oveler, John, signs Cumberland Co. 

Ass'n, 10. 29-30. 
Over Hill Cherokees, 7. 209, 469; 22. 
930; 24. 141, 160. 
act for treaty with, 24. 509-10; 25. 

59. 
expedition against, 10. 671-672, 680, 

689. 
insolence of, 7. 207. 
neutral, 16. 461. 
refuse to treat and numbers, 22. 

742-4. 
sell Transylvania, 16. 151-152. 
threaten Va., 10. 660. 
See also Cherokees. 
Over Hill Towns, 22. 146. 
expedition against, 1 1 . xvi. 
intercession for, 6. 261. 
See also Cherokees. 
Overall; Wm,, act for land to, 24. 
629-30. 
Watauga to be annexed, 10. 708-11. 
Overby, Jhn, army pay, 17. 237. 



Overby, Wm., army pay, 17. 237. 
Overman, Anne, imported, 1. 443. 
Overman, Ben, in militia, 22. 354. 
Overman, Charles, imported, 1. 443. 
Overman, Chas., quit rents of, 22. 

250. 
Overman, Dorothy, imported, 1. 443. 
Overman, Enoch, in militia, 22. 354. 
Overman, Epheraim, in militia, 22. 

352. 
Overman, Ephram, fights, 1. 813. 
Overman, Ephrim, imported, 1. 443. 
Overman, Ephraim, lapse patent to, 

2. 772. 
Overman, Isaac, land grant to, 4. 884, 

1035. 
Overman, Jacob, buys land, 1. 448. 
imports persons, 1. 443. 
juror, 1. 445, 447. 
law suits, 2. 92-93, 97, 109. 
sells land, 2. 103-104. 
witness, 2. 111. 
Overman, Jacob, Jr., imported, 1. 443. 
Overman, J no., in militia, 22. 354. 
Overman, John, quit rents of, 22. 250. 
Overman, Jos., in militia, 22. 353. 
Overman, Margery, imported, 1. 443. 
Overman, Moses, quit rents of, 22. 

250. 
Overman, Petter, slave, 2. 96. 
Overman, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 354. 
Overman, Thos., imported, 1. 443. 
proves will, 1. 490. 
witness, 1. 532. 
Overman, Thos., in militia, 22. 354. 
Overman, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Overseer, act on, 23. 197. 

not to serve as jurors, 25. 338. 
Overseers of the poor, provision for 
and duties, 24. 90-4, 260, 318, 409- 
10, 498. 
Overstreet, Henry, canteen maker, 

15. 620. 

wood worker, 15. 477. 
Overstreet, Henry, quit rents of, 22. 

242. 
Overstreet, Henry, receives pay for 

soldiers, 17. 193, 199, 210, 217, 237, 

246. 
Overstreet, John, army pay, 17. 237. 
Overstreet's Bridge, 24. 151. 
Overton, Mr., witness, 1. 557. 
Overton, Benj., in militia, 22. 348. 
Overton, Caleb, army rank, 15. 724; 

16. 1130. 

Overton, Chas., in militia, 22. 348. 
Overton, Daniel, army pay, 17. 237. 



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251 



OWEN, THOMAS 



army rank, 16. 1131. 

Overton, David, in militia, 15. 400. 

Overton, Ed, juror, 25. 187. 

Overton, Francis, in militia, 22. 348. 
, Overton, Fran., juror, 25. 187. 

Overton, Francis, quit rents of, 22. 
250. 

Overton, James, army pay, 17. 237. 
army rank, 16. 1131. 
pensioner, 22. 79. 

Overton, Jesse, in militia, 22. 342. 

Overton, Joab, army pay, 17. 237. 
army rank, 15. 732; 16. 1129. 

Overton, John, 21. 320. 

Overton, J no., army rank, 16. 1131. 

Overton, John, imported, 1. 436. 

Overton, John, in Conv. 1789, 22. 38, 
39, 47, 48. 

Overton, J no., in militia, 22. 348. 

Overton, Jona, army rank, 16. 1131. 

Overton, Jonathan, pensioner, 22. 79. 

Overton, Leml., army rank, 16. 1130. 

Overton, iVIoses, pay to, 22. 491. 

Overton, Peter, in militia, 22. 348. 

Overton, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 348. 

Overton, Robt., in militia, 22. 348. 

Overton, Robert, juror, 4. 520. 

Overton, Robt., quit rents of, 22. 250. 

Overton, Samuel, in army, 15. 724. 

Overton, Sam!., pensioner, 22. 79. 

Overton, Solomon, army pay, 17. 237. 

Overton, Thos., building coms'r, 24. 
991. 
colonel, 20. 261, 270, 442, 455. 
in assem., 20. 122, 123, 169, 246, 302, 
303, 304, 305, 306, 312, 328, 344, 
348, 355, 370, 372, 382, 390, 416, 
426, 427, 429, 431, 434, 437, 455, 
473, 476, 477, 478, 480, 482, 489, 
499, 510, 514, 516, 538, 539, 541, 
543, 544, 546, 547, 550, 554, 580, 
582, 587; 21. 6, 7, 49, 157, 254, 581, 
606, 668, 679. 
land grant to, 21. 320, 653, 662. 
nom. for C. of S., 21. 778, 818, 935, 

987. 
petition, 21. 888. 

Overton, Thos., in militia, 22. 348. 

Overton, Wm., in militia, 22. 348. 

Overton, Wm., in militia, 22. 348. 

Overton, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 250. 

Overturfe, Jno., army rank, 16. 1131. 

Ovid, quoted, 7. 198. 

Owe), Thomas, army pay, 17. 237. 

Owell, Isaac, army pay, 17. 237. 

Owell, James, army pay, 17. 237. 

Owen. See Owens. 



Owen, , 5. 12, 13. 

Owen, , candidate, 16. 534. 

Owen, Mr., 14. 70. 

Owen, Capt., 5. 646. 

Owen, Col., 16. 663; 20. 380. 
makes terms with Tories, 21. 548. 

Owen, Abra., land grant to, 4. 336. 

Owen, Billy, and Tuscarora affairs, 7. 
360-361. 
deeds Indian lands, 25. 507-9. 

Owen, David, army rank, 16. 1129. 

Owen, Enoch, army rank, 16. 1131. 

Owen, Eph., land grant to, 4. 217. 

Owen, Ethelred, army rank, 16. 1131. 

Owen, Francis, army rank, 16. 1129. 

Owen, Fred, takes oath, 22. 172. 

Owen (Owens), Henry, land grant ask- 
ed, 4. 707; grant to, 4. 335, 349, 
594. 

Owen, Jacob, takes oath, 22. 173. 

Owen, John, in militia, 22. 163. 

Owen, John, grant asked for land, 4. 
454. 

Owen, John, prisoner, 17. 1046. 

Owen, John, takes oath, 22. 178. 

Owen, John, takes oath, 22. 178. 

Owen, John, witness to treaty, 17. 
586. 

Owen, Ornery, army rank, 16. 1128. 

Owen, Rich'd, certificate to, 19. 165. 

Owen, Richard, certificate to, 21. 175, 
176. 

Owen, Rich'd, pay to, 22. 485. 

Owen, Richardson, asks relief from 
church tax, 9. 95-96. 
to inventory loyalists property, 10. 
554, 706. 

Owen, Shadrach, pensioner, 22. 79. 

Owen, Shadrach, takes oath, 22. 172. 

Owen, Stephen, auctioneer, 14. 559. 

Owen, Stephen, regulator, 7. 736. 

Owen (Owens), Thomas, asks relief 
from church tax, 9. 95-96. 
coms'r boundary, 24. 235; 25. 38; 
on building, 24. 307; on iron 
works, 12. 87; coms'r on town, 
24. 513. 
county moneys paid to, 12. 768, 773, 

826. 
directed to pay money of Tories to 

State, 12. 658-659. 
in Assembly, 12. 265, 289, 305, 308, 
309, 328, 357, 362, 368, 378, 380, 
383, 399, 406, 408, 549, 553, 568, 
569, 573, 591, 601, 622, 632, 633, 
764, 806, 808; 13. 532, 535, 553, 
624, 735, 736, 753, 825, 859, 864, 



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252 



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865, 883, 894, 898; 19. 372, 374, 
400, 401, 406, 407, 413, 415, 424, 

426, 437, 439, 457, 460, 467, 476, 
478, 487; 20. 149, 150, 314, 326, 
327, 328, 329, 337, 340, 348, 370, 
372, 378, 380, 390, 400, 416, 426, 

427, 428, 431, 434, 437, 455, 473; 
21. 729, 730, 733, 781, 784, 801, 
806, 815, 819, 839, 843, 845, 846, 
852, 860, 862, 867, 868, 881, 944, 
991, 1018, 1051. 

In Conv. 1788, 22. 14, 25, 27, 30, 32, 

35. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 36, 47, 48. 
In Prov. Cong., 10. 164, 167, 172, 924, 

960. 
Martin to on Bladen riots, 16. 717- 

718. 
nom. for C. of S., 20. 495; 21. 26. 
on com, of assem., 12. 11, 49, 137, 
293, 427, 552, 580, 659, 687, 767, 
824; 13. 542, 548, 638, 739, 790, 826, 
842, 915, 935. 
on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 935, 948. 
on S. C. of Bladen, 10. 15, 24. 
petition, 19. 142, 146-147; 21. 357; 

on who are tithables, 9. 97. 
reward to for deserters, 10. 980. 
takes deposition, 13. 394. 
to help Marion, 16. 691. 
to pay for hire of Macknight's 

negroes, 13. 747, 748, 802. 
Tory property to be paid into treas- 
ury, 12. 552, 554. 
Owen, Thomas, condemned, 10. 421. 
Owen, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 616, 

919, 628. 
Owen, Thos., takes oath, 22. 178. 
Owen, Thos., (Guilford), major, 10. 

531. 
Owen, Wm., a J. P., 3. 537. 
a justice of general court, 3. 388- 

391, 423, 493-494. 
admission to council opposed by 

Burrington, 3. 472-473. 
assistant justice, 3. 376, 378, 379. 
death, 3. 625. 

in council, 3. 536-539, 540-561. 
objections to ment'd, 3. 631. 
on com. of council, 3. 542, 573. 
recommended for council, 3. 435. 
Owen, Wm., in militia, 22. 264. 
Owen, Wm., land grant to, 4. 616. 
Owen, Wm., memorial, 21. 963-964, 

966, 990. 
Owen, Wm., takes oath, 22. 172. 
Owen and Thompson, 20. 403, 404. 



Owens. See Owen, Owin. 

Owens, , leases Indian la^nds, 25. 

507-9. 
Owens, Capt., to send plan of Cape 

Lookout, 5. 753. 
Owens, Archibald, in militia, 22. 419. 
Owens, Bailey, army pay, 17. 237. 

army rank, 16. 1131. 
Owens, Benj., in militia, 22. 338. 
Owens, Danl., army rank, 16. 1129. 
Owens, David, army pay, 17. 237. 
Owens, Enoch, army pay, 17. 237. 
Owens, Francis, army pay, 17. 237. 
Owens, Francis, petition, 21. 400, 424, 

678, 687, 721. 
Owens, Henry, witness, 5. 622. 
Owens, Jacob, army rank, 13. 508; 

16. 1130. 
Owens, Jas., army rank, 16. 1130. 
Owens, John, 10. 474. 
Owens, Jno., army rank, 16. 1129. 
Owens, Jno., army rank, 16. 1130. 
Owens, Jno., army rank, 16 1131. 
Owens, Jno., army rank, 16. 1131. 
Owens, John, building coms'r, 24. 643. 
Owens, John, exempted, 6. 900a. 
Owens, John, in army, 15. 731. 
Owens, John, lieut., 10. 568. 
Owens, John, takes oath, 22. 172. 
Owens, Stephen, army rank, 16. 1130. 
asks com. as ensign, 11. 523. 
ensign, 22. 923. 

recommendation of, 11. 732-733. 
Owens, Thos., a J. P., 23. 992. 
Owens, Thomas, army pay, 17. 237. 
Owens, Thos., army rank, 16. 1131. 
Owens, Thos., army rank, 16. 1131. 
Owens, Thomas, building coms'r, 23. 

922; 25. 97. 
Owens, Thos., in militia, 22. 338. 
Owens, Thomas, land grants to, 4. 616. 
Owens, Thos., major, 10. 207, 530. 
Owens, Thos., visits Burke for troops 

for Bladen, 22. 1044. 
Owens, Wm., takes oath, 22. 177. 
Owens, Wm., Jr., takes oath, 22. 173. 
Owens and Gervais, 18. 544, 751. 
money to be lodged with, 17. 514, 

524, 568. 
Owezy, and Indian boundary, 7. 537. 
Owin. See Owen, Owens. 
Owin, Rashles, asks for new county, 

9. 89. 
Owin, Richard, pay to, 22. 486. 
Owin, Wm., in militia, 22. 266. 
Owins, Col., 15. 589. 
Owins, Baly, in army, 15. 739. 



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253 



PACE, STEPHEN 



Owins, Thomas, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-10. 
Owins, William, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-10. 
Owiottonons, oppose U. S., 17. 160. 
Owles, Piram, army rank, 16. 1131. 
Ownby, James, pensioner, 22. 79. 
Oxby, Wm., army pay, 17. 237. 
Oxford, Edward, petitions for division 

of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
Oxford, Samuel, claim allowed, 5. 982. 
Oxford, 15. 599; 22. 104, 132, 155, 
156; 23. 625. 
bill to establish, 20. 346; 21. 282, 

287, 633. 
proprietors of Transylvania meet 

at, 10. 256. 
special ct. of o. and t. in, 8. 539-40. 
Oxford, Chancellor of, 1. 771. 
Oxford (countersign), 8. 584. 
Oxford District, Granville Co., 22. 169. 
statistics of taxpayers, 26. 1267- 
1268. 
Oxford (Iron) Works, Va., 22. 574. 
Oxford University, Eng., 8. xl. 
makes Panning a LL.D., 7. xv. 
Queen's College to conform to, 8. 
488. 
Oxfordshire (Oxon), 3. 40; 4. 655; 

11. 89. 
Oxiey, John, land grajnts to, 4. 618. 
Oxiey, John, petitions for Windsor as 

C. H., 9. 804-806. 
Oyer and terminer courts, act for 
ment'd, 5. 567-568; considered, 6. 
69, 72; disallowed, 6. 28-29, 81; 
act for in Davidson Co., 24. 599- 
600; for them to try treason, 24. 
396-8; on fees, 23. 479-80; on place 
for, 23. 490-2; to establish, 23. 
253-4, 400, 945-8; 24. 36-9; 25. 274- 
87, 337-8. 
allowance for, 10. 953. 
appointed, 4. 45. 

bill for appointing place for, 5. 1020, 
1021, 1022,- 1023, 1036. 1053, 1056, 
1059, 1060, 1061, 1062, 1065, 1097; 
on fees, 5. 834, 835-836, 852, 856, 
879, 881, 882, 888, 908, 910, 911, 
913, 914-915, 924; to establish, 6. 
228, 229, 230, 231, 251, 257, 258, 
259, 261, 263, 264, 309, 310, 311, 
668-669, 670, 671. 704, 706, 707, 709, 
710, 712, 735; 6. 128, 129, 131, 132, 
159, 162, 165, 166, 167, 168, 170, 
172, 173-174, 175, 176-177, 178, 179, 
180, 185-187, 188-191, 193-194, 195; 



17. 812, 821, 827, 896, 897, 906, 
907. 
Board of Trade on, 6. 5-28. 
cases of transfered to Superior 

courts, 24. 62. 
chief justice to hold, 3. 416. 
commission for, 3. 537; 4. 224. 
established, 3. 256; 4. 3. 
hostility to, 9. 704-705. 
instructions on establishment of, 5. 

1121. 
justices for, 4. 335; 5. 569-570; list 
of justices, 5. 760; provisions for 
expenses of, 4. 48* 
special payments to officers, 4. 807. 
to be held at Edenton, 4. 72; at 
Newton, 4. 218; in Tenn., 24. 451. 
See also County Courts; Courts. 
Oyler, J no., army rank, IS. 721; 16. 

1130. 
Oyster, IVIichei, in militia, 22. 282. 
Oyster, Peter, in militia, 22. 281. 
Oyster Banks, fortifications to be 
erected on islands of, 4. 702. 
noticed, 1. 123, 124, 129, 135. 
Ozbarns Town, Va., 9. 1064, 1065. 
Ozbourne, Wm., on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 

37. 
Ozburn. See Osborn, etc. 
Ozburn, Jas., in militia, 22. 360. 
Oxnaburg, Bishop, 20. 764. 
Ozweli, Joseph, exempted, C. 807. 



Paca, Wm., 9. 1066. 

Pacalet, 5. 140. 

Pace, Burwell, petition, 17. 823, 908. 

Pace, Dempsey, army pay, 17. 240. 

Pace, George, land grant to, 4. 590, 

616. 
Pace, George, petitions on need of 

money, 7. 866-867. 
Pace, Geo., quit rents of, 22. 245. 
Pace, Jas., in militia, 22. 379. 
Pace, James, land grant to, 4. 710. 

rights proved, 4. 709. 
Pace, Richard, juror, 4. 522; 25. 189. 

land grant to, 4. 710. 

patents and surveys land, 2. 389. 
Pace, Richard, vestryman, 25. 210. 
Pace, Solomon, captain, 10. 950. 
Pace, Stephen, building coms'r, 24. 
874, 949. 

resigns as J. P., 21. 366, 688. 



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254 



PAGE, THOMAS 



Pace, Thomas, claims allowed, 6. 742. 
petitions on need of money, 7. 866- 
867; on warehouse burnt, 6. 537, 
664. 
warehouse on lands of, 23. 508, 514. 
witness, 6. 981. 
Pace, Wm., juror, 4. 522. 
Pace, Wm., juror, 4. 524. 
Pace, Wm., in assem., 6. 893, 940. 
land grant to, 4. 588. 
surety, 6. 981. 
vestryman, 23. 499. 
Pace, Wm., Jr., in militia, 22. 378. 
Pace's Landing, warehouse at discon- 
tinued, 25.' 496. 
Pace's Warehouse, act to pay for dam- 
ages in burning of considered, 6. 
750. 
bill to pay for goods burned in, 6. 
644, 649, 650-651, 660, 674, 675, 684, 
685, 750. 
tax to pay for losses by burning, 23. 

544-5.' 
tobacco inspection at, 23. 641, 792. 
Pacely, John, lieut. col., 10. 949. 
Pacey, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 799. 
Pacific Ocean, 10. 301; 20. v. 
Pacl<, Joseph, army pay, 17. 241. 
Packalato Creelic, 7. 853. 
Packers, appointed by court, 1. 653. 
bill to appoint, 4. 477, 501, 504, 505, 
977, 978, 980, 990, 993, 995. 
Packet Creek, 7. 470. 
Packolfet, heroism at, 15. 171. 
Packquenei, IVlich., juror, 25. 190. 
Pacolet River, 8. 571; 11. facing 80. 
Morgan on, 17. 981. 
patriots active on, 15. 304. 
Pacquinett, IVlich., in militia, 22. 265. 
Pacy, Samuel, land grant to, 4. 898. 
Padderton, Wm., law suit, 1. 581-582. 
Paddin, Thomas, army pay, 17. 239. 
Paddrick, Peter, in militia, 22. 498. 
Paddysaul, Joshua, artificer, 15. 472, 

478. 
Paden, Thos., army rank, 16. 1136. 
Padfield, William, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-11. 
Pad get. See Paget, Pagett. 
Padget, Jas., in militia, 22. 340. 
Padget, John, army pay, 17. 240. 

army rank, 16. 1140. 
Padget, J no., in militia, 22. 340. 
Padget, Samuel, vestryman, 3. 208; 

23. 7. 
Padget, Sol., army rank, 16. 1134. 
Padgett, John, pensioner, 22. 81. 



Padgett, Samuel, father of bastard, 1. 

627. 
Padmore, John, witness, 5. 626, 779, 

782. 
Pad rick, Peter, in militia, 22. 497. 
Pafford, Wm., pensioner, 22. 79. 
Pagan Creek, Va., 14. 733. 

Page, , leads salt rioters, 11. 560. 

Page, Mr., 11. 313. 

Page, Mr., on Ya. com. of safety, 11. 

276. 
Page, Capt., troops under, 1 5. 73. 
Page, Abraham, army pay, 17. 239. 

army rank, 16. 1138. 
Page, Benjamin, army pay, 17. 238. 

army rank, 16. 1138. 
Page, Isack, signs Quaker petition, 1. 

252. 
Page, John, (Gov. of Va.), asks for aid 
against Cherokees, 1 1 . 333. 
Caswell to on sending provisions to 
troops, 13. 60-61; on transporta- 
tion of provisions, 13. 39. 
Council of Safety to on Cherokee 
war and counterfeiters, 10. 680- 
681. 
letter of ment'd, 11. 329; laid before 

G-en. Assem., 13. 401. 
nom. for gov. of Va., 14. 309. 
reports defeat of Indians, 11. 337. 
to Caswell on Cherokee treaty, 1 1 . 
451; on galleys and defence of 
Ocracock, etc., 11. 635-636; on 
movements of British and answer, 
11. 580, 584-585. 
to Council of Safety on Cherokee 
campaign, 10. 671-672, 689, 729- 
730; on public affairs, 10. 736-737. 
to Prov. Cong, on Cherokees and 
British, 11. 338-339. 
Page, John, at Va. council, 1. 357. 
Page, John, land grant to, 4. 854, 895. 
Page, John, on com. to collect aid for 
Boston, 9. 1081. 
on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 37. 
Page, John, pensioner, 22. 80. 
Page, John, quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Page, John, Jr., juror, 4. 521. 
Page, John, Sr., juror, 4. 521. 
Page, Mann, delegate in C. C, 11. 

391. 
Page, Mann, Jr., 9. 1235. 
Page, Matthew, at Va. council, 1. 505, 

570. 
Page, Nath'l, takes oath, 22. 178. 
Page, Sol., army rank, 16. 1140. 
Page, Thos., ferry near, 4. 128. 



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255 



PAINE, JOHN 



juror, 4. 524. 

land grant to, 4. 588, 590, 594, 636, 
707. 
Page, Wm., exempted, 9. 451. 
Page, Wm., takes oath, 22. 178. 
Paget. See Padget. 
Paget, J as., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Paget, J as., quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Paget, John, land lapses, 2. 494. 

lapse patent to, 2. 641. 
Paget, Samuel, a J. P., 3. 244. 
Paget, Sam., quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Paget, Sam., quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Paget, Wm., land grant to, 4. 334. 
Paget, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 242. 

Pagett, , an Indian, 2. 141. 

Pagett, Edward, surety, 2. 414. 

witness, 1. 857. 
Pagett, Jacob, land grant to, 4. 1247. 
Pagett, Samuel, appraiser, 1. 865. 

juror, 2. 358, 398, 408, 409, 442, 548. 
Pagett's men, allowed to settle at Mat- 

tamuskeet, 2. 168. 
Pagh, Dan, quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Pagistep, William, juror, 1. 623, 627. 
Pa ice. See Pace. 
Paice, Joseph, on S. C. petition, 1. 637- 

640. 
Paillard, E., attests DeGraffenried's 

narrative, 1. 986. 
Pain. See Payne. 

Pain, , a prlvateersman, 1. 349. 

Pain, Capt., injured, 15. 145. 

Pain, James, boundary coms'r, 23. 384; 

25. 256. 
Pain, John, claims allowed, 8. 468. 
Pain, John, land grant to, 4. 894, 968. 
Pain, John, on claims com., 22. 840. 
Pain, John, pay to soldier of, 6. 210. 
Pain, Peter, juror, 4. 516. 
Pain, Robert, petition on separation, 

22. 705-11. 
Pain, Samuel, in militia, 22. 496. 
Pain, Thomas, in militia, 22. 496. 
Pain, Wm., indictment against quash- 
ed, 7. 845. 
Pa'ne. See Payne. 
Paine, Capt., 7. 179. 
Paine, Capt., 22. 822. 
Paine, Capt., at Ft. Duquesne, 5. xxx. 
cattle driven to Core Sound for, 5. 

968-969. 
payment to, 5. 798, 967, 968, 973, 974. 
service, 6. 283, 284. 
Paine, Col.,- position of regt. in army, 

12. 508. 
Paine, Elijah Freeman, owns the 



Eagle, 10. 997. 
Paine (Payne, Pain), James, a .7. P., 
5. 591. 
charges of Sallis to be inquired into, 

5. 698, 708. 
entry taker in Granville Co., 5 1092- 

1093. 
in assembly, 5. 232, 243, 244, 26C, 274, 
287, 296, 297, 512, 521, 547, 668, 
688, 701, 708, 834, 843, 854, S67, 874, 
889, 892, 899, 900, 1026, 1027, 1035, 
1073, 1074, 1087; 6. 135, 157, 158; 
on com. of assembly, 5. 660, 690, 
873, 892, 1017, 1043. 
opposes Sallis, 5. 426. 
petition on trade, 5. 321-324. 
reports on public accounts, 5. 793- 
804, 965-975. 
Paine, James, a J. P., 23. 993. 
money from, 21. 1064, 1066. 
navigation coms'r, 25. 107. 
sheriff, 21. 1078. 
Paine, Jas., in militia, 22. 307, 314. 
Paine, James, major, 22. 370. 
reports on Granville militia, 22. 368- 

9. 
to Swann on his health, 22. 736-7. 
Paine, John, 19. 999. 
Paine (Payne), John, a J. P., 6. 335, 
1070. 
bond as receiver, 6. 1057. 
commissioner on Cape Fear pilotage, 

e. 1121, 1197, 1307. 
company sent to S. C, 5. xxix. 
contests McGuire's election, 6. 1259, 

1278-1279. 
dead, 7. 565, 566. 
in assembly, 7. 301, 303, 307, 343, 

359, 362, 364, 371, 373, 374, 378. 
lieut., 5. xxvii-xxviii. 
on com. of assem., 7. 297, 345. 
reports on finishing Ft. Johnston, 7. 

80. 
quarrel over as commissioner, 6. 

1246. 
reports on accounts, 5. 802, 804. 
surety, 6. 1056. 

to McDowell on his work, 6. 537-538. 
Paine, John, a J. P., 23. 995. 
building coms'r, 25. 391. 
claims allowed, 9. 129, 208, 213, 214, 

220. 
collector, 23. 653. 

in Prov. Cong., 9. 1179, 1180, 1181; 
10.914,916. 
Paine, Jno., in militia, 5^2. 383. 
Paine, John, In militia and recommend- 



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256 



PALATINE, THE 



ed, 22. 3S4. 
Paine, John, major, 10. 532. 
Paine, Jolin, pensioner, 22. 81. 
Paine, John, petitions for division of 
Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 
to Panning on refusal to muster, 7. 
743. 
Paine, Laz., on com. to collect aid for 

Boston, 9. 1081. 
Paine, Michael, collector, 23. 988. 

nom. as naval officer, 12. 46, 59, 65. 
Paine, Robert, asks for new county, 9. 

89. 
Paine, Samuel, juror, 1. 595. 

law suit, 1 . 567. 
Paine, Samuel, juror, 2. 80, 984 
Paine (Pane), Stephen, asks, agree- 
ment, 1. 397. 
gives power of atty, 1. 3'99, 404. 
Paine, Wm., regulator, 7. 733. 
Paine, Wm., regulator, 7. 813. 
Paine, Wm., to Tryon on regulation, 7. 

801-803. 
Paine, Wm., tries, values and con- 
demns slaves, 13. 375-376. 
Palne's Landing (Thomas), tobacco 
inspection at, 23. 641, 792; 24. 
581; 25. 314, 380. 
Paint Rock, 22. 105, 106. 
Painted Rock, 25. 4. 
Painted Springs, 23. 824. 
Painter, Geo., pensioner, 22. 81. 
Pair, John, land grant to, 4. 1246. 
Pair, Wm., army rank, 16. 1137. 
Paisley, John, 14. 403. 
Paisley (Peasly), Col. John, 22. 144, 
145, 146, 151. 
joins Davidson, 14. 616. 
major and lieut. colonel, 10. 206, 

355, 531. 
movements, 22. 203. 
sent against Tories, 14. 692. 
to pay for salt, 10. 999. 
Paisley, Capt. Robert, 22. 145. 
Paitner, Charles, a J. P., 23. 994. 
Palace, The, 7. 471; 8. xiii, xxxvli, 166; 
22. 880; 23. 864. 
act on, 23. 664-5, 711-13. 
agitation for, 7. 510. 
appropriation for, 8. 719-720. 
bill for, 7. 266, 304, 306, 307, 308, 320, 
338, 366, 370, 373, 376, 398, 420, 431, 
560, 563, 584, 585, 690, 592-593, 595, 
596, 623, 625, 628, 668, 669, 695; 
discussed In council, 7. 273; to 
sell, 17. 345, 356, 363, 424, 425; IS. 
155, 261; 20. 57, 71, 73, 182, 184, 



189, 204, 248, 360, 364, 428-429. 

coms'rs to take charge of, 10. 667. 

cost, 8. xvi. 

Cox custodian, 10. 115. 

custodian for, 18. 221, 460. 

dismantling proposed, 10. 872, 873. 

estimated cost, 7. 542-543. 

evil results of, 7. 864-865. 

first brick laid, 7. 695. 

Good to take possession of, 20. 115. 

Hawks reports on finances of, 8. 
626; superintendent, 7. 499. 

history summarized, 7. iii, xii, xiil, 
XX, xxlv. 

King approves plan of, 7. 531. 

land for vested in governor, 23. 708- 
11; wanted for. 8. 416, 464. 

lead removed from, 15. 624; should 
be taken from, 15. 518. 

money borrowed from Cornell to 
finish, 8. 167-168; O. 390, 391, 475, 
476, 478, 479, 480, 485, 486, 493. 

no damage to by storm, 8. 75. 

not to be furnished by King, 8. 21- 
22. 

occupied, 8. 211. 

opposition to tax for, 7. 798. 

regulators refuse to pay tax for, 8. 
722. 

report on cost, 8. 472, 474; on dis- 
covery of magazine at, 11. 255-256. 

tax for, 7. 772. 

to be repaired, 22. 961. 

Tryon on, 7. 442; on act for, 7. 431; 
on progress of, 8. 7-8, 170; to Leg. 
on and answer, 7. 550-551, 554, 
569, 581, 624, 651; 8. 285, 289, 312, 

used by governors, 15. 20. 

See also Tryon's Palace. 
Palace Square, Newbern, 24. 246. 
Palatinate, 8. 733. 
Palatinate of Carolina, 25. 127. 
Palatine, The, 23. 1, 2, 3, 6, 11, 12, 14, 
15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 
27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 
45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 53, 54, 55, 57, 60, 
61, 62, 66, 67, 70, 71, 72, 73, 79, 80, 
81, 82, 83, 88, 89, 93, 94, 98, 99, 100, 
101, 103, 106, 108, 109, 112, 114, 
115; 25. iil, 119, 120, 121. 122, 123, 
127, 129, 130, 131, 132, 135, 137, 138, 
139, 141, 142, 143, 152, 154, 157, 
159, 162, 167, 168, 169, 170, 172, 173, 
176. 179, 182, 184, 191, 193, 194, 196, 
198, 199, 200, 201, 204, 206, 210, 211, 
212. 

first, 1. 179, 180. 



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257 



PALATINES 



letters to on C. to be directed to, 1. 

346, 351. 
list of, Albemarle, 1. xvi; Bath, 1. 

476; Beaufort, 1. 818, 841, 842; 2. 

8-10; John Lord Berkeley the 

second, 1. xvi, 182; Carteret, 2. 

174, 176, 234; Sir Geo. Carteret, 

1. 239, 240, 253, 350; Craven, 1. 

335, 694-696, 707, 717. 
power to appoint deputy, 25. 129, 

130. 
rules for, -J . 188. 
second, 1. 180, 182. 
share of revenue, 25. 135. 
to name officers, 1. 374. 
to ratify acts of Parliament, 25. 132. 
See also Fundamental Constitu- 
tions; Palatine's Court. 
Palatines, 1. xxxi, 808, 992. 
amount allowed for transportation, 

1. 987. 
arrive in N. C, 1. 909-910, 914; in 

Va., 1. 909-910. 
ask for aid, 1. 915, 921. 
assembly to Johnston on survey of 

lands for, 4. 968-969. 
attached to reformed church, 8. 731. 
attacked, 1. 946. 
Gary refuses to support, 1 . 780. 
cause of their own troubles, 1 . 971. 
character, 1. 971. 
complaints considered by Board of 

Trade, 4. 873-875, 882, 883. 
condition, 1. 774-775, 784, 913, 957. 
date of departure, 1. 911. 
deaths on voyage, 1. 909. 
debts due to Pollock by, 2. 166-167. 
DeGraffenried made a Landgrave, 1. 

717. 
DeGraffenried's history of colony, 1 . 

905-986. 
desert, 1. 941, 944, 946. 
directors of, 1. 908. 
dispossessed by Johnston, 4. x. 
distress of, 1. 910-911, 923-925. 
do not cause Tuscarora war, 1. 978. 
escorted by rear admiral Norris, 1. 

908-909, 
exposed to Indains, 1. 834. 
favor Hyde, 1 . 775. 
fed by Pollock, 1 910, 914. 
found Newbern, 8. 728. 
go to England, t. 907. 
home of devastated, 8. 728. 
inventory of goods of, 1. 964. 
invited to go to Va., 1 . 835. 
Johnston to assembly on survey of 



lands for and answer, 4. 1015, 1016. 

killed by Indians, 1. 939. 

land survey for promised, 4. 1030. 

land to, 1. 756; 2. 147; to each 
family, 1. 987, 988; to be granted 
to, 4. 883, 943. 

lands mortgaged to Pollock and com- 
plaints of, 4. 868-869. 

list of claimants of lands prepared, 
4. 964-5, 967. 

located, 1. 910. 

measures for transportation of, 1. 
908. 

mills of, 1. 913. 

mines leased to DeGraffenried and 
Michel, 1. 723. 

money for relief of, 25. 154, 155. 

new land grant made to in place of 
lands taken by Pollock, 4. 954-959. 

not dislodged by Pollock, 2. 388. 

number, 1. 756, 775; killed by In- 
dians, 1. 810, 924; of families, 1. 
987, 989. 

petition, 4. 618, 632; against Pollock, 
4. 850; for restoration of their 
lands with summary of their his- 
tory, 4. 954-956. 

plundered by French, 1. 909. 

proposed settlement in Md., 1. 969. 

protection promised to, 1. 933. 

provisions promised to, 1. 916; se- 
cured for, 1. 912-913; sent to, 1. 
951-952, 961. 

Queen assists in removal of to N. C, 
1. 907-908. 

refuse to aid Ashe, 3. 426. 

relief of provided for, 1 . 791. 

rents, 1. 988. 

return to Newbern, 1. 957. 

said to have been turned out to lo- 
cate Scotch rebels, 4. 1087, 1148. 

settle in Pa., 8. 729. 

settled by Lawson, 1. 735, 737. 

settlement of discussed, 1. xi. 

ship for blown up, 1. 952. 

some propose going to S. C, 1. 964. 

stock and tools to, 1. 988-989. 

terms of DeGraffenried's contract, 
for, 1. 986-990. 

threatened by Gary, 1. 916. 

to be furnished with provisions, 1. 
718. 

to be recommended to assembly, 1. 
719. 

to conform to established church, t. 
831. 

treatment of in Eng., 1. 907. 



3—17 



PALATINES AND SWISS 258 



PALMER, EDWARD 



turned out to make room for rebels, 
4. 918, 935-936. 

under lead of Michel, 1. 958. 

visited by Cesar and DeGraffenried, 
1. 908-909. 
Palatines and Swiss, colony of, 2. 24. 

help of in Indian war, 1. 948-949. 

propose to leave N. C, 1. 949-950. 

See also Swiss. 
Palatine's Court, 1. 316. 

complaint of Va. communicated to, 

1. 460. 
composition, 1. 181. 

controls meeting place of assembly, 

2. 214. 

duties under P. C:, 25. 124, 125, 126, 

127, 128, 130, 131, 133, 135. 
organization and powers, 1. 192-194. 
powers, 1. 334. 
records, 1. 472. 
to choose landgraves and casiques, 

1. 189. 
Teto power vested in, 1. 193. 
See also Fundamental Constitu- 
tions; Palatine. 
Palatines of Liege, propose going to S. 

C. 3. 10. 
Palfrey, Mr., goes as agent to Prance, 

15. 622. 
Palfrey, Col., reports on Dr. Guyon, 

13. 3. 
Palfrey, Wm., draft in favor of, 16. 
405. 

Palin, , Jr., law suit, 1. 402. 

Palin, Mr., 4. 448. 
Palin, Henry, appraiser, 1. 443. 
juror, 1. 412. 
law suit, 1. 388. 
witness, 1. 423. 
Palin, Henry, juror, 4. 519. 
Palin (Pailin), John, a J. P., 2. 264, 
526, 572, 638. 
a justice, 2. 264, 364-371, 398-402, 463- 

473, 556, 645-655. 
appraiser, 2. 99. 
attorney, 2. 106. 
auditor, 2. 716. 
commends Adams, 1. 730. 
escheator general, 2. 305, 328. 
in council, 2. 566-73, 606-607, 637-639, 

641-645, 673-675, 724-725. 
juror, 2. 55^. 

receives fines, 2. 411; power of at- 
torney, 2. 104. 
sends disposition to court, 2. 440. 
to make rent roll, 2. 35. 
to muster troops for S. C, 2. 180. 



to S. P. G. on church affairs, 2. 291- 

292. 
to see that order is observed, 2. 818. 
vestryman, 2. 208; 23. 7. 
Palin (Palis, Paylin), John, a J. P., 3. 
234. 
at court of chancery, 3. 13. 
chief justice, 3. 206, 251; commis- 
sion, 3. 490-491. 
in assembly, 3. 634. 
in council, 3. 123. 
resigns as chief justice, 3. 423. 
succeeds Smith as C. J., 3. 433. 
superceded by Little as chief justice, 

3. 517. 
to hold court of oyer and terminer, 

3. 256, 416. 
to King on Everard, 3. 2-5. 
treasurer of Pasquotank, 3. 546, 580. 
Palin, Thos., a J. P., 3. 234. 
Palin, Thomas, juror, 4. 519; 25. 187. 
Paling, Hennery, in militia, 22. 351. 
Palin's Land'g, (Jno.), quit rents paid 

at, 25. 217. 
Palisser, Sir Hugh, coming to America 

with fleet, 14. 749. 
Pallear, Antney, asks relief from 

church tax, 9. 95-97. 
Pallen, John, in Prov. Cong., 10. 172. 
Pallisser, transport, 10. 592. 
Palm, Widow, quit rents of, 22. 250. 
Palm, John, quit rents of, 22. 250. 
Palmer, Mr., carries letters, 7. 205. 
Palmer, Mr., pay to, 22. 500. 
Palmer, Mr., writ issued against, 9. 

1018, 1019. 
Palmer, Mr., and Mrs., 9. 995. 
Palmer, Capt., takes prizes, 11. 778- 

779. 
Palmer, Benj., dead, 7. 925. 
in assem., 6. 642, 649, 658, 661, 663, 
668, 684, 691, 692, 801, 815, 821, 831; 
7. 304, 320, 342, 351, 365, 397; on 
com. of assem., 7. 357. 
Palmer, Ben., in militia, 22. 308. 

report on militia co., 22. 344, 349-50. 
Palmer, Cush or Quashey, steals 

slave, 2. 409, 410-411. 
Palmer, David, caveat against, 5. 811- 
812. 
claim allowed, 5. 984. 
patent to, 6. 77. 
sells land and gets another grant, 5. 

819. 
time on warrants extended, 5. 990. 
Palmer, Edmond, pensioner, 22. 80. 
Palmer, Edward, petitions on roads 



PALMER, FOX 



259 



PALMER, ROBERT 



and ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Palmer, Fox, surety, 14. 461. 
Palmer, George, on patrol, 10. 25. 
Palmer, George, to Dry on seizure of 

vessels, 7. 177-178. 
Palmer, Jesse, pensioner, 22. 79. 
Palmer, Jesse, Sr., pensioner, 22. 81. 
Palmer, Job, prisoner, 17. 1045. 
Palmer, Johanna, rescues Sambo, 2. 
411. 
tried for rescue, 2. 416, 437, 444-445. 
tried for stealing negro, 2. 415, 437, 

471. 
wife of Paul, 2. 409, 411. 
Palmer, John, in assembly, 18. 227, 
228, 284, 298, 317, 344, 346, 350, 357, 
361, 376, 389, 399, 412, 416. 
Palmer, John, in militia, 22. 497. 
Palmer, John, in council, 7. 850-851. 
Palmer, John, law suit, 1. 567. 

to pay debts, 1 . 568. 
Palmer, John, murdered, 2. 464, 465, 

466, 469. 
Palmer, Jos., building coms'r, 24. 764. 
Palmer, Joseph, ensign, 10. 620. 

receives clothing, 16. 619. 
Palmer, Joseph, lapse patent to, 2. 679. 
Palmer, Martin, allowance to, 19. 504, 
510. 
petitions, 19. 932. 
Palmer, Martin, in militia, 22. 451. 
Palmer, Paul, appears in court, 2. 654, 
660. 
begins Baptist churches in N. C. and 

his history, 5. 1164, 1165, 1179. 
correspondence with Comer noted, 

5. 1164. 
juror, 2. 596; 25. 186. 
prosecutes writ of error, 2. 603. 
quit rents of, 22. 254. 
tried for misdemeanor, 1. 415-416, 
437, 442-443, 444, 447, 471; for 
negro stealing, 2. 406, 409-410-411, 
415, 437, 471. 
work of, 3. 48. 
Palmer, Philip, asks for new county, 

9. 90. 
Palmer, Prlssylah, bill for services, 

22. 461. 
Palmer, Robert, 7. 821, 825. 
Palmer, Robert, a J. P., 6. 343. 
advises pardon for regulators, 8. 

648-649. 
and Cherokee boundary, 7. 460, 467, 

468, 853, 995, 998, 1000. 
arrears of salary due to, 9. 655. 
asks resurvey, B. 1088. 



at council of war, 7. 842. 

bill for commissions in regulation, 
22. 469, 478-9. 

bond as powder receiver, 5. 933. 

brings in bill in council, 7. 313-314. 

building coms'r, 23. 680; 25. 329. 

claims allowed, 8. 448, 452; 9. 224; 
22. 859; not allowed, 22. 846. 

collector, 6. 307, 308; of Bath, 7. 535. 

commission as member of council, 
11. 155-156. 

com. on memorial in behalf of, 13. 
586, 692, 695-696, 734n. 

contracts to carry the mail, 5. 886, 
920. 

dropped as commissioner, 8. 420. 

empowered to receive grant by Par- 
liament, e. 1245, 1304, 1205, 1306. 

expenses paid for removing records, 
8. 371, 445. " 

in council, 4. 2; 6. 1077-1089, 1218- 
1221, 1224-1257; 7. 4-6, 10-31, 34-35. 
37-39, 41-44, 46-47, 48-50, 53-61, 118- 
20, 133-137, 137, 160, 227-232, 258- 
259, 271-79, 292-341, 446-7, 449-454, 
526-529, 549-568, 672-676, 720-722, 
729-731, 800-806, 870-871, 872-874, 
875-876, 883-884, 890-924; 8. 36-38, 
86-105, 148-150, 160-164, 191-193, 
226, 249-255, 258-260, 262, 268-270, 
272, 282-292, 293-302, 347-384, 480- 
481, 490-493, 497-498, 499-502, 513, 
536-540, 543, 549-551, 623-626; 9. 3, 
4, 1171. 

in England, 9. 360. 

in regulation campaign, 19. 841. 

justice supreme ct. o. and t., 5. 569- 
70. 

letter of cited, 7. 511; on extension 
of Granville's line, 5. 823. 

lieut. gen., 7. 831; 22. 870. 

makes agreement on Cherokee 
boundary, 7. 469-471. 

nominated for council, 6. 713, 714, 
1005. 

on com. of assem., 6. 805, 817. 

on com. of correspondence, 1 1 . 229 ; 
25. 518. 

on com. of council, 6. 1220, 1222, 
1247, 1248, 1251, 1261, 1262, 1313, 
1317; 7. 44, 296, 297, 346, 893, 898, 
940; 8. 90, 91, 107, 113, 115, 118, 
287, 290, 304. 

on precedency in council, 8. 625-626. 

ordered to march militia against 
regulators, 8. 702-703. 

payment to, 9. 609. 



PALMER, ROBERT 



260 



PAMLICO RIVER 



petition to assembly, ment'd, 5. 539. 
port coms'r, 23. 667. 
promoted col., 7. 829; It. gen., 7. 831. 
recommended for council, 6. 217. 
report as adj. gen. on troops against 

regulators, 7. 889. 

resigns as aid to Tryon, 8. 583; as 

collector of Bath, 9. 323; from 

council, 9. 1236; 10. 377; 11. 254. 

resurvey to, 6. 760-761. 

secretary, 8. 480, 486, 491, 492, 508; 

and clerk of crown, 8. 272. 
surety, 7. 683-684. 
surveyor general and collector, 5. 

36; 6. 621, 758; 7. 220. 
takes deposition, 8. 245. 
takes oath, 5. 175; 6. 1087; as coun- 
cillor, 6. 1076-1077. 
testifies against Edwards, 9. 1057. 
warrant to, 8. 706. 
will attend Cherokee survey, 7. 254. 
Palmer, Robt., army rank, 16. 1136. 
Palmer, Robt., in militia, 22. 349. 
Palmer, Robert, juror, 1. 592, 594. 
Palmer, Robt., juror, 25. 187. 
Palmer, Robert, land lapses, 2. 679. 
Palmer, Robert, petition considered, 

17. 308, 371, 379. 
Palmer, Robt., property confiscated, 

19. 672; 24. 263, 424. 
Palmer, Robt., quit rents of, 22. 250. 
Palmer, Robert, witness, 22. 363. 
Palmer, Robert, Jr., juror, 4. 519. 
Palmer, Samuel, mate of privateer, 1#. 

638. 
Palmer, T., on Mass. S. C, 9. 1230. 
Palmer, Thos., army rank, 16. 1140. 
Palmer, Thos., in militia, 22. 350. 
Palmer, Thos., Jr., in militia, 22. 350. 
Palmer, Wait, 5. 1166. 
Palmer, Wm., aid to gov., 8. 659. 
collector of Bath, 9. 323. 
colonel of Beaufort militia, 9. 345- 

346, 611. 
com. on memorial of on R. Palmer, 

13. 586, 692. 
deputy secy, 8. 259, 550, 551; 9. 4, 

16, 24, 25, 28, 29, 228. 
member of council, 10. 377; 11. 254- 

255. 
naval officer, 8. 254. 
payment to, 9. 609. 
reports on new duties, 1 0. 459-460. 
takes oath of allegiance to N. C, 13. 

367. 
to Martin on granting of land, 9. 
1020. 



witness, 9. 74. 
Palmer, Wm., atty, 22. 479. 
Palmer, Wm., land grant to, 4. 854, 

1244. 
Palmer, Wm., memorial, 19. 273. 
Palmer, Wm., pensioner, 22. 80. 
Palmer, Wm., takes oath, 22. 168. 
Palmer's Tavern, 12. 480. 
Palmerston, Lord, at Board of Trade 

meeting, 7. 289-290. 
Palmore, Jos., army rank, 16. 1137. 

Pambruse, , settles as a doctor in 

Edenton, 13. 464-465. 
Pamerly, Benj., in assembly, 12. 265, 

271, 368, 399, 414. 
Pamlico (Pamplico, Pemptisough, Pam- 
pticough, Pamtico, Pamplicoe, 
Pamptecough, Pamptico, Pemp- 
tico, Pamplicough, Pampticoe), 1. 
xi; 2. 46, 50, 119, 229, 565, 651, 
833; 4. 7; 5. 1211; 8. 594; 9. 636; 
10. 243; 23. 73, 76, 333; 25. 161, 
192. 
Gary rebellion in, 1. 766. 
Gary retires to, 1. 778. 
Gary's rendezvous In, 1. 795, 803- 

804. 
distance from other parts of colony, 

1. 603. 
district of, 1. 681. 
effects of massacre at, 1. 873-875. 
fear of Indians in, 1 . 860. 
French Protestants to settle in, 1. 

529. 
Indians to be sent to, 2. 29. 
insurrection in, 1. 784. 
library in, 1. 772. 
old name of Bath Co., 1. xxxil. 
runaways in, 1. 514. 
Pamlico Court, clerk of, 1. 802. 
Pamlico (Pampticough) Indians, 22. 

735. 
Pamlico Precinct, 1. xxvii, xxvili; 2. 
168, 171, 308, 310, 315, 319, 349; 3. 
187, 190; 25. 155. 
established, 1. 629. 
erected into Bath Co., 5. 85-86. 
Pamlico (Pampticough, Pemptico, 
Pamptico, Palimcough, Pamptego, 
Pamptaco, Phampleco) River, 1. 
629, 714-715, 749; 2. 180, 208, 217, 
283, 288, 289, 305, 342; 3. xvi, xviil, 
431, 592;; 4. 64, 68, 71, 169, 170, 
354, 512, 561, 811, 961, 1191, 1231; 

5. 315, 333, 477, 595, 640, 780, 819; 

6. 562, 734, 1018, 1088; 7. 148, 149, 
496; 8. 31; 10. xxxv; 22. 401, 



PAMLICO R. INDIANS 



261 



PAPER MONEY 



402; 23. 6, 98, 99, 149, 222, 333, 531, 

589, 827; 24. 458; 25. 253, 329, 
343. 
account of, 6. 607. 
act for ferry, 24. 531-2. 
bill for road on, 1 9. 143, 154, 157-158, 
255, 256, 269, 273; for town on, 9. 

152, 153. 
boundary of Granville's lands, 4. 

811; of Tuscaroras, 2. 140. 
collector on, 6. 1023. 
court house to be built on, 5. 544. 
danger from Indians, 1. 843. 
difficulty of route to, 1. 899. 
Eastchurch made governor of settle- 
ment on, 1. 233. 
effects of storm on, 8. 159-160. 
entrance ment'd, 1. 54. 
few settlements on, 1. 228. 
fort on, 2. 19. 
houses burned on, 1 . 882. 
Huguenots on, 1. x-xi. 
Indian war on, 1. 810. 
Indians of join Tuscaroras, t. 934; 

make treaty, 1. 935-936; on, 1. 883, 

884. 
massacre on, 1 . xxx, 827-828, 877, 934, 

946. 
on post route, 7. 413. 
petition from inhabitants of, 1. 604; 

2. 612. 
raids on, 1. 956; of Indians on, 1. 

924. 
settlements on, 1. 472; 4. 1200; to 

be abandoned, 1. 862. 
so. boundary of N. C, 1. 333. 
Tom Blunt to be King to south of, 

2. 38. 
treatment of Indians by people of, 1 . 

927, 928, 933. 
Pamlico River Indians, join Tuscaro- 
ras, 1. 955. 
Pamlico section, isolation of, 8. v. 
Pamlico (Pampticough) Sound, 3. 

xvi; 4. 170, 171, 1049; 5. 343; 6. 

607, 608; 7. 156; 10. 687; 15. 

facing 380; 24. 705, 931, 965. 
cruiser sent to for Indians, 1. 852. 
section to be settled, 1. 391. 
Pamphire, 4. 7. 
Pamphlets, distributed, 9. 1176; 10. 

360. 
on salt making, 10. 754. 
sent to N. C, 10. 720. 
See also Books. 
Pamplin, James, brings in powder, 10. 

683. 



Pamunkey, Queen of, to educate her 

son, 1. 817. 
Pamunkey Indians, number, 3. 89. 
Pamunky Neck, 1-and in, 1. 690. 
Pancket, Adj., to Burke on clothes, 22. 
614-15. 

Panel, , runs away, 1. 487. 

Panel, Margret, law suit, 1. 487. 
Panel, Peter, gives power of att'y, 1. 

487. 
Panela, (countersign), 8. 602. 
Pangekoolock, signs Choctaw treaty, 

18. 802. 
Pantego Creek, tobacco inspection on, 

23. 792. 
Panter Sw/amp, 4. 802. 
Panthers, act to destroy, 23. 288, 617- 
8, 784-5, 914-5; 24. 133-4, 749-50, 
912-13, 958; 25. 312, 476. 
reward for, 5. 8. 
sent to King, 7. 445. 
Pantico (Pamlico), 25. 192. 
Pantigo Chapel, 5. 818. 
Pantland, Matthew, in militia, 22. 385. 
Paper, 17. 970, 19. 167, 289. 
asked for by Burke, 15. 564; by 

Sumner, 15. 447. 
bought and distributed, 16. 470. 
bought for assembly, 17. 905, 906. 

907. 
Boyd to pay for, 10. 305. 
Boyd's to be sold by S. C, 10. 298. 
duties on to be repealed, 8. 56. 
Holgan a maker of, 12. 812, 875. 
Hulgon given premium for manufac- 
ture of, 12. 413, 417. 
imported, 15. 21. 
issued to assembly, 14. 492. 
manufacture of encouraged, 10. 217. 
needed, 16. 221, 222, 536, 537, 539, 

545, 570. 
petition on factory, 21. 581-582, 588. 
procuring of paper, 24. 256. 
purchase of by gov't proposed, 15. 

647-648. 
rise in, 15. 223, 224. 
scarce, 15. 559; 16. 642. 
sent to Harrington, 15. 415. 
to be sold, 10. 279. 
to McCauley, 16. 265. 
writirg, reojiest for, 11. 309; sent to 
N. C, 10. 756. 
Pan"!- rviill, bounty for. 10. v. 
established in Hillsboro, 11. 804- 
805; in Salem, 5. 1161. 
Paper money, abuses in, 3. 12. 
act for CO. cts. to inspect, 24. 328-9; 



PAPER MONEY 



262 



PAPER MONEY 



for emission of, 3. 175, 177-9; on 
depreciation, 24. 484, 485-8; to 
emit, 23. 292-6, 339, 516-8, 539-41; 
24. 475-8, 482-5, 578-9, 682, 722-5; 
to redeem, 24. 556-7, 649, 658, 731- 
2, 796, 797, 802-3, 885-6, 952-3; 25. 
7-9, 77; to suppress counterfeiting, 
23. 616-7. 

amount and depreciation of, 3. 80. 

amount of Continental p. m. in 
hands of treasurers, 16. 734. 

amounts emitted, 3. xiv; 4. xxii. 

assembly on refusal to take, 2. 243. 

authorities to report on emissions, 
17. 323. 

bank notes to be rec'd as specie, 16. 
305. 

bill for scale of depreciation, 19. 
177, 186, 205, 218, 298-299, 307, 312, 
330, 349-351, 354; for tax to re- 
deem,. 19. 415, 448, 464, 744, 777, 
788, 798, 800, 809, 811-812; 19. 653, 
657, 684, 690, 703, 705; 20. 25, 40, 
53, 101, 205, 206, 263, 267, 287- 
288, 292, 385, 443, 468, 491, 513, 
579, 586-588; 21. 57, 58, 157, 161, 
182; on depreciation, 20. 139, 141; 
to amend act to emit, 18. 115, 219, 
261, 314, 342, 375, 383, 410; to emit, 

17. 345, 351, 355, 360, 364-366, 398, 
405-406, 410-412, 413, 415-416, 670, 
672-673, 675, 748, 750, 752, 753, 756; 

18. 155, 159, 219, 342, 354, 820, 
825; 19. 186, 216. 222, 227, 307, 
310, 326, 346, 349-351, 354, 356; 20. 
67-68, 78-79, 81, 82-83, 102, 111-12; 
to emit currency for redemption 
of, 19. 555, 566, 576, 602, 605, 633, 
677-678; to prevent depreciation 
of, 18. 120, 155-156, 355; to pre- 
vent fraudulent depreciation, 20. 
177-178, 179-180, 319, 347-348, 354; 
to redeem, 18. 50, 178, 194, 279, 
321, 346, 398, 410; 19. 196-197, 310, 
324, 325, 326, 356; to repeal act on, 
7. 38, 45, 65, 68, 130, 132, 140, 160, 
165; to repeal legal tender clause, 

19. 18, 19, 87, 93, 121. 

burned by com. of assem., 17. 357. 

calling in of considered, 16. 247. 

care in manufacture of needed, 21. 
878. 

com. to destroy reports, 17. 336. 

com. to receive and burn, and re- 
port 18, 102, 127, 153, 155, 156, 
194, 206, 217-218, 220-221, 349, 375, 
377, 431, 454, 456; 19. 405, 443, 



447, 448, 475-476, 483, 493, 503, 
504, 614-615, 623, 654, 707, 727, 
728, 760, 782, 793, 795, 800, 826; 
20. 20, 24-25, 26, 33, 45-46, 104, 
107, 109, 172, 175-176, 220-221, 
281-282, 289, 351, 413, 414, 469, 
471, 507, 571-572; 21. 842, 850, 
858, 1020, 1041, 1042; to receive, 
19. 493; to receive old state bills, 

17. 417. 

Continental disappears in South, 

16. 350-351. 
council interprets law for, 2. 329. 
counterfeiting, 2. 596. 
depreciation of, 2. 270, 538, 582; 3. 

614; 22. 801. 
destroyed, 3. 545, 546, 577, 581, 583. 
discount on, 2. 157, 168, 174. 
discussed, 7. 632. 
efforts against, 7. 789. 
emission of ment'd, 7. 662, 663. 
emitted, 2. iv-v, 50; 3. 49; 16. 878; 

18. 169-170, 198, 235, 283; in S. C. 
2. 912. 

governor and others asked to report 
on issues, 17. 329. 

Hillsborough to Tryon on, 7. 800. 

history, 3. 144-146. 

issued by Va., 5. 566. 

measures by C. C. on, 22. 988-9. 

misapplication of, 18. 10, 12-13, 234, 
241, 245. 

Morris on redemption of, 16. 322-4. 

none to be issued without King's 
consent, 3. 95. 

not legal tender, 24. 487-8. 

not passable, 2. 40. 

not to be received for quit rencs. 5. 
822. 

paper for, 18. 502, 504. 

petition against, 20. 270; for and 
against, 17. 349, 364. 

rate of depreciation, 4. 7; of ex- 
change in 1780, 22. 522. 

redemption of, 22. 22-3, 32-3, 46, 50, 
51. 

report on, 6. 1308-1311; on continen-. 
tal bills of credit, 16. 306; old 
emissions of, 16. 311; to be made, 
4. 4-5. 

should be called in, 22. 801; be re- 
ceived for quit rents, 2. 243-244. 

sinking fund for, 19. 498. 

speculation in, 16. 959-960. 

Starkey's report on summarized, 5. 
xliv-xlvi. 



PAPISTS 



263 



PARISH, JOHN 



status, 16. 197. 

superintendents and signers for 

elected, 17. 412-413, 415. 
to be considered in assembly, 2. 295- 

296. 
to be emitted, 16. 961, 962. 
to be received for lands, 2. 235. 
trouble over, 11. 30; of C. C. from, 

18. 742-743. 
value as compared with Va. cur- 
rency, 3. 145, 146; fixed by com- 
mittee, 4. xvii. 
See also Bills of credit. Currency, 
Money, Proclamation Money. 
Papists, acts disabling ment'd, 2. S61, 
865, 916. 
in Va., N. C. and Md., 15. 753. 
no liberty for, 3. 110; 6. xxix; 8. 

218. 
number, 6. 265. 

religious liberty refused to, 5. 1136. 
to be put to death, 15. 679. 
See also Catholics. 
Par, John, regulator, 7. 737. 
Paramore, Amos, army rank, 16. 1134. 
Paramore, James, army pay, 17. 238. 

army rank, 13. 512; 16. 1136. 
Paramus, 13. 526; 15. 749, 750. 
hearquarters at, 12. 500, 501, 503. 
report on N. C. troops at, 13. 458. 
Pard, Edward, lends Hyde money, 2. 

316. 
Pard more, J no., army rank, 16. 1138. 
Pardon, Jeremiah, in army, 15. 728. 
Pardon and Oblivion, act for, 20. 489- 

90. 
Pardons, considered, 20. 218-220, 250- 
251, 262, 410, 437. 
Eng. act on in force in N. C, 23. 

319. 
instructions on, 6. 528. 
Iredell's opinion on granting, 22. 

582. 
Martin offers p. to rebels, 10. 149. 
power of given to governor, 3. 70; 
23. 982. 
Pardue,, Wm., in militia, 22. 321. 
Pare, Isaiah, in army , 15. 718. 
Pareshen. See Parishee. 
Pareshen (Parishen), James, buys 
and sells land, 1. 480. 
witness, 1. 480. 
Parfitt, Benj, stabs negro, 7. 967. 
Pargamus (N. Y.), 14. 363. 
Pargiter, William, juror, 1. 623, 627. 
Parham, Avery, pay to, 22. 389. 
Parham, Drury, army rank, 16. 1137. 



Parham, James, juror, 4. 253. 

Parham, John, in militia, 22. 165. 

Parham, J no., In militia, 22. 394. 

Parham, John, Jr., in militia, 22. 166. 

Parham, Thos., pensioner, 22. 80. 

Parham, Wm., army rank, 16. 1137. 

Parham, Wm., in militia, 22. 165. 

Parham, Wm., petition, 20. 127, 128, 
167, 310, 341-2. 

Parine, Dan'!, land grant to, 4. 1249. 

Paris, , commands Tories, 19. 975. 

Paris, Mr., 2. 580. 

Paris, Mr., presents memorial of Brit- 
ish merchants, 4. 848, 849. 

Paris, Capt., 15. 251. 

Paris, George, on Tryon, S. C, 10. 120, 
162, 296, 423, 424. 
signs Tryon Asso., 10. 162-163. 

Paris, Henry, claim, 9. 486. 

Paris, Richard, tries to settle on Cher- 
okee lands, 8. 250. 
visits Cherokees, 22. 182, 183. 

Paris, Wm., pensioner, 22. 80. 

Paris, Zebulon, enlists, 22. 431. 

Paris, France, 1. 976; 5. 368, 387; 6. 
973; 13. 8, 19, 20, 651; 15. 492; 

16. 421, 452, 752, 764, 774, 836, 861, 
865, 868, 870, 914, 915, 918, 932; 

17. 4, 9, 18, 22, 34, 43, 70, 89, 90, 
93, 125, 177, 179, 429, 501, 588; 18. 
604, 620, 630, 631, 632; 19. 240, 
494, 505, 675, 710, 998; 20. 645, 
738, 739; 22. 993. 

financial aid to U. S. in, 11. 438. 

peace negotiations at, 16. 385-386, 
440, 441. 
Paris, Treaty of, 16. 342. 

Caswell on, 13. 135, 136, 144, 424. 

published, 13. 125, 135, 425. 
Parisburg (Purysburg?), S. C, 22. 113. 
Parish. See Parrish. 
Parish, Capt., movements, 22. 190, 191. 
Parish, Ann, gift from, 1. 397. 
Parish, David, in militia, 22. 365. 
Parish, David, in militia, 22. 376. 
Parish, Edwd., army rank, 16. 1140. 
Parish, Henry, army pay, 17. 239. 
Parish, Humphrey, pensioner, 22. 81. 
Parish, Joel, poll holder, 20. 160. 

to Caswell on election of officers, 
13. 429. 

voter, 15. 237. 
Parish, John, army pay, 17. 238. 

army rank, 16. 1134. 
Parish (Parrish, Parriss), John, buys 
land, 1. 595. 

gift from, 1. 396. 



PARISH, JOHN 



264 



PARKER, ARTHUR 



packer, 1. 653. 

road overseer, 1. 524. 
Parish, Jno., in militia, 22. 325. 
Parish, Jno., in militia, 22. 365. 
Parish, Jno., in militia, 22. 376. 
Parish, John, petition on C. H., 9. 806- 

807. 
Parish, John, Jr., exempted, 5. 553. 
Parish, John, Sr., asks for exemption, 

5. 553. 

Parish, Joseph, pay to, 22. 490. 

Parish, IVIark, army pay, 17. 240. 

Parish, IVIay, felon, 22. 856. 
in jail, 22. 860. 

Parish, Nicholas, army pay, 17. 239. 

Parish, Richard, raises tory company, 
22. 184-185. 

Parish, Thos., in militia, 22. 374. 

Parishes. See Pareshan. 

Parishee, James, juror, 4. 518. 

Parishes, act for disallowed, 6. 15-16; 
on election of vestreys, 23. 534, 
542; 25. 450-1, 459-60; on settle- 
ment of accounts, 23. 187-191, 337, 
369-70, 400; 25. 298-304, 365, 372; 
to collect levies, 23. 469; 25. 342- 
3; to create, consolidate, divide, 
etc., 23. 6-10, 187-191, 337, 369-70, 
400, 469-70, 471-2, 472-4, 497-500, 
547, 622-7, 769-72, 819-23, 906-7, 964- 

6, 967-8, 975, 976; 25. 210, 213, 236, 
246, 247, 256, 267-8, 271, 298-304, 
344, 365, 372. 

colony divided into, 25. 166. 
commissioners to inspect accounts, 

3. 194. 
established in S. C, 2. 868-869. 
number, 7. 103, 283-284; and powers, 

3. xiii. 
provided for, 1. 82. 
province divided into, 2. 207-208. 
registers to be kept in S. C, 2. 877- 

878. 
report on, 7. 457, 540-541. 
system ob abolished, 5. 1153. 
to be limited and settled, 3. 110. 
Parishies plantation, 22. 184, 
Paris's Mill, Ga., 14. 53, 279, 282, 283. 
Park. See Parke, Parkes. 
Park, Lieut. Col., 12. 506. 
Park, Edmund, land grant to, 4. 798. 
Park, Hugh, 14. 162, 176. 
Park, Hugh, petition against marriage 

act, 9. 623-624. 
Park, Hugh, resurvey to, 6. 1084. 
Park, Humphrey, drafted Quaker, 13 
275. 



Park, Joseph, in militia, 22. 166. 

Park, Joseph, regulator, 7. 733. 

Park (Parke), Julius Caesar, chairman 

committee on propositions and 

grievances, 4. 824. 
in assembly, 4. 815, 818, 822, 827, 

829. 
petition to Johnston on, claims for 

rent,' 4. 679-682, 683. 
reports on propositions and griev- 
ances, 4. 817, 823-825. 
Park, Robert, land grant to, 4. 798, 

799. 
rights proved, 4. 708. 
Park, S., army pay, 17. 241. 
Park, Wm., in militia, 22. 166. 

Parke, , a Baptist, 5. 1164. 

Parke, Gov., torn to pieces in Antigua, 

1. xxix, 762, 782, 795, 798. 
Parke, Daniel, commissioner on to- 
bacco planting, 1. 141-3, 152-3. 
Parke, John, provost marshall, 2. 766; 

3. 59, 60. 
witness, 2. 832. 
Parke, Mary, law suit, 1. 387. 

Parker, . 9. 828. 

Parker, , a Baptist, 5. 1164. 

Parker, ^— , a J. P., 2. 526. 

Parker, , land grant to, 4. 590. 

Parker, , land grant to, 4. 766. 

Parker, , ship captain, 7. 159. 

Parker, Mr., in assembly, 5. 1046. 
Parker, Mr., takes notes to N. C, 16. 

408. 
Parker, Capt., exports pork, 13. 38, 

39; for salt, 22.-933-4. 
wounded, 1 1 . 782. 
Parker, Dr., helps sew up Pollock, 9 

54. 
Parker, Lieut. Col., 12. 469. 
Parker, Maj., prisoner and dies, 15. 

168. 
wounded and prisoner, 22. 623. 
Parker, Aaricomb, to lay out road, 25. 

474. 
Parker, Abm., army rank, 16. 1140. 
Parker, Abrm., petitions, 19. 935. 
Parker, Africa, 10. 962. 
Parker, Alexander, exempted, 7. 371. 
Parker, Alexander, surveyor, 17. 460. 
Parker, Amos, army rank, 16. 1140. 
Parker, Amos, in militia, 22. 358. 
Parker, Amos, petition, 19. 985. 
Parker, Arartion, attorney, 1. 592. 
Parker, Arthur, army rank, 13. 513; 

16. 1134. 
Parker, Arthur, army rank, 16. 1140. 



PARKER, AZARIAH 



265 



PARKER, JOHN 



Parker, Azariah, quit rents of, 22. 247. 
Parker, Azariken, in militia, 22. 390. 
Parker, Azariken, Jr., in militia, 22. 

392. 
Parker, Benj., in militia, 22. 355. 
Parker, Benj., in prison, 15. 489. 
Parker, Blake, for Baker, Blake, 22. 

830. 
Parker, Cesar, executed and paid for, 

6. 741. 
Parker, Charles, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-12. 
Parker, DanI, army pay, 16. 1137. 
Parker, Daniel, certificate to, 19. 165; 

21. 175, 176. 
Parker, Daniel, in Davidson's Co., 14.. 

294. 
Parker, Dan'l, in militia, 22. 328. 
Parker, Daniel, to superintend embar- 

cation of Br., 18. 872, 873. 
Parker, David, in militia, 22. 343. 
Parker, Demcy, in militia, 22. 327. 
Parker, Demsey, in militia, 9. 297. 
Parker, Doctor, 10. 962. 
Parker, Elisha, army pay, 17. 241. 
Parker, Elisha, in militia, 22. 327. 
Parker, Elisha, pensioner, 22. 80. 
Parker, Elizabeth, imported, 1. 619. 
Parker, Ezerlunn, witness, 2. 110. 
Parker, Flora, 10. 962. 
Parker, Francis, juror, 25. 189. 
Parker, Francis, ensign, 10. 626. 
Parker, Francis, in militia, 22. 327. 
Parker; Francis, juror, 4. 517. 

land grant to, 4. 68, 636, 1250. 
Parker, Francis, Jr., land grant to, 4. 

68, 642. 
Parker, Gabriel, land lapses, 2. 426. 

land grant to, 4. 590. 
Parker, Gabriel, militiamen, 7. 263. 
Parker, George, a J. P., 7. 279. 
to Dry on seizure of vessels, 7. 177- 

178. 
to Tryon on stamps and proceed- 
ings, 7. 242-243. 
Parker, Harry, tried, 19. 520, 522, 529. 
Parker, Hillary, army pay, 17. 240.. 

army rank, 16. 1137. 
Parker, Hlllery, in army, 15. 722. 
Parker, Hlllery, in militia, 22. 392. 
Parker, Hugh, sells the Snake, 15. 

558. 
Parker, Humphrey, pensioner, 22. 80. 
Parker, Isaac, exempted, 8. 315. 
Parker, Isaac, in militia, 22. 266. 
Parker, Isaac, in militia, 22. 328. 
Parker, Isaac, in militia, 22. 353. 



Parker, Isaac, juror, 4. 521. 

Parker, Isaac, petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-252. 
Parker, Isaac, quit rents of, 22. 243. 
Parker, Isham, army pay, 17. 240. 
Parker, Izarccum, appraiser, 2. 43. 
Parker, J., 8. 44. 
Parker, Jacbb, army pay, 17. 241. 
Parker, Jas., army rank, 16. 1132. 
Parker, James, church trustee, 23. 

960. 
Parker, James, claims allowed, 6. 741. 
Parker, James, estates to be sold and 
rented, 10. 961-962, 976. 
partner of Macknight and loyalist, 

10. 656. 
property confiscated, 19. 672; 24. 
263, 424; taken in band by a com- 
mittee, 10. 565, 568. 
slaves to be seized, 10. 530. 
Parker, James, in army, 15. 732. 
Parker, James, in militia, 17. 1054. 
Parker, Jas., in militia, 22. 358. 
Parker, Jas., in militia, 22. 390. 
Parker, James., in militia, 22. 391. 
Parker, James, juror, 4. 520. 

land grant to, 4. 595. 
Parker, Mrs. James, allowance to out 

of husband's estate, 10. 962. 
Parker, Jas., Jr., in militia, 22. 355. 
Parker, Jas., Sr., in militia, 22. 355. 
Parker, Jamie, 9. 12. 
Parker (Harper), Jeduthan, 14. 179. 

See also Harper Jeduthan. 
Parker, Jenny, 10. 962. 
Parker, Jeptha, 20. 191. 
Parker, Jeptha, in army, 15. 728. 

reenlists, 15. 750. 
Parker, Jese, army rank, 16. 1135. 
Parker, Jesse, asks relief from church 

tax, 9. 95-96. 
Parker, Jesse, in militia, 22. 365. 
Parker, Jesse, in militia, 22. 376. 
Parker, John, a J. P., 2. 572. 

appraiser, 2. 678. 
Parker, John, a volunteer, 14. 838. 
Parker, John, fined, 9. 652. 
Parker, John, in C. C, 18. 709, 726, 

754; 20. 603, 632. 
Parker, J no., in militia, 22. 270. 
Parker, J no., in militia, 22. 318. 
Parker, J no., in militia, 22. 359. 
Parker, John, juror, 4. 516. 
land grant to, 4. 278, 342. 
Parker, John, pensioner, 22. 80. 
Parker, John, quit rents of, 22. 247. 
Parker, J no., quit rents of, 22. 257. 



PARKER, JOHN 



266 



PARKER, SAMBO 



Parker, John, signs Cumberland co. 

ass'n, 10. 29-30. 
Parker, John, town coms'r, 24. 860. 
Parker, Jonas, in militia, 22. 365. 
Parker, Jonas, in militia, 22. 367. 
Parker, Jonas, petitions for repeal of 

tax on free negroes, 6. 982-983. 
Parker, Jonathan, act to change name 
from Ballinger, 18. 157, 377; 24. 
857-8. 
building coms'r, 24. 643. 
Parker, Jonathan, in militia, 22. 394 
Parker, Jonathan, land grant to, 4. 

642. 
Parker, Jona. Jr., in militia, 22. 394. 
Parker, Joseph, army pay, 17. 238. 
Parker, Joseph, army pay, 17. 240. 
Parker, Jos., army ranis, 18. 1137. 
Parker, Jos., in N. C. battalion, 13. 

343. 
Parker, Joseph, juror, 4. 517, 523. 

land grant to, 4. 619, 628. 
Parker, Joseph, leader of Baptists, 5. 

1164, 1165, 1166. 
Parker, Joseph, prisoner, 15. 392. 
Parker, Jos, Jr., in militia, 22. 358. 
Parker, Jos., Jr., quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Parker, Jos., Sr., in militia, 22. 358. 
Parker, Jos., quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Parker, Joshua, discharged from ser- 
vice, 13. 612, 613, 727. 
Parker, Col. Josiah, 15. 521. 
field officer, 12. 524. 
goods impressed, 15. 524. 
letter forwarded to Greene, 15. 603; 
■ ment'd, 17. 830, 919, 924; 22. 547, 

581. 
may be surprised, 15. 550. 
memorial, 17. 358, 360, 362, 414; 
18. 151, 183, 371, 374, 401, 416; 20. 
70, 74. 
movements, 22. 542, 586. 
operates in Va. and relieves 

negroes, 15. 618, 619. 
position of regt. in army, 12. 508. 
report by incorrect, 15. 550. 
reports on movements of Br., 15. 

515. 
sells cloth to army, 14. 645. 
to Jones on Br. in Va., 15. 527; and 
French fleet, etc., 15. 570-571; 
on movements of Br., 15. 536-538; 
and trip to Prance, 15. 574-575; on 
public affairs, 22. 1029-30, 1032. 
trades with W. I., 14. 592. 
"Wayne to Join, 1 5. 571. 
Parker, Josiah, in militia, 22. 355. 



Parker, Js., juror, 25. 188. 

Parker, Kedar, army rank, 16. 1135. 

lieut., 10. 568. 
Parker, Kedar, pensioner, 22. 81. 
Parker, Kidar, pensioner, 22. 80. 
Parker, Lemuel, in militia, 17. 1057. 
Parker, Leonard, army rank, 16. 1138. 
Parker, Leonard, certificate lost, 19. 

297. 
Parker, Leonard,, receives clothing, 

16. 619. 
Parker, Lucy, imported, 1. 619. 
Parker, Martha, militiaman, 7. 263. 
Parker, Matthew, 24. 249. 
Parker, Moses, in ;nilitia, 22. 328. 
Parker, Nathan, in militia, 22. 358. 
Parker, Pete, juror, 25. 189. 
Parker, Peter, 4. x, 811. 
claims, 4. 808. 
juror, 4. 520. 
land grant to, 4. 277, 588. 
quit rents of, 22. 247. 
recommends Earle, 6. 241. 
Parker, Sir Peter, attacks Charleston, 
22. 730; Sullivan's Island, 10. 
618c. 
commands naval forces against So. 

Colonies, 10. 364, 609. 
defeated at Charleston, 10. 881. 
fleet sails from Cape Fear, 22. iv. 
threatens Charleston, 10. 659. 
to attack Carolinas, 10. xiv. 
Parker, Reuben, a J. P., 5. 828. 
Parker, Richard, 2. 748, 756, 805. 
a J. P., 2. 773; 3. 244. 
lapse patent to, 2. 522. 
Parker, Richard, a J. P., 5. 813. 
Parker, Richard, building coms'r, 23. 

829. 
Parker, Richard, imported, 1. 396. 
Parker, Richard, in assembly, 9. 842, 
844, 846, 851, 894, 902, 903, 906, 
909, 910, 931, 952. 
Parker, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 327. 
Parker, Richard, petitions on roads 

and ferries, 5. 164-166. 
Parker, Richd, quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Parker, Richard, slave of tried, 19. 

520, 522, 526, 529. 
Parker, Richard, to be capt. of militia, 

5. 365. 
Parker, Robert, a J. P., 4. 813. 

land grant asked, 4. 790. 
Parker, Robt., in militia, 22. 328. 
Parker, Robert, in militia, 22. 366. 
Parker, Robert, vestryman, 23. 250. 
Parker, Sambo, 10. 962. 



PARKER, SAMUEL 



267 



PARKS, ROBERT 



Parker, Samuel, 9. 1233. 
Parker, Samuel, army pay, 17. 240. 
army rank, 15. 733; 16. 1132. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 190, 

206, 207, 228, 244, 245, 255. 
Parker, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 359. 
Parker, Sam., juror, 25. 188. 
Parker, Simon, in militia, 22. 326. 

land grant to, 4. 68. 
Parker, Solomon, in militia, 22. 343. 
Parker, Stephen, a prisoner, 10. 486. 

loyalist, 10. 599. 
Parker, Stephen, in militia, 22. 327. 
Parker, Tenes, in militia, 22. 318. 
Parker, Thos., a J. P., 23. 995. 
Parker, Thos., allowance to, 22. 821. 
Parker, Thomas, army pay, 17. 238. 

army rank, 16. 1133. 
Parker, Thos., draws interrogatories, 

4. 1099. 
Parker, Thos., imports persons, 1. 619. 
Parker, Thos., in army, 15. 719. 
Parker, Thos., in militia, 22. 355. 
Parker, Thos., in Prov. Cong., 10. 961. 
Parker, Thomas, juror, 4. 519. 
Parker, Thomas, juror, 4. 520. 
Parker, Thomas, juror, 4. 524. 
Parker, Thos., juror, 25. 188. 
Parker, Thomas, land grants asked, 

4. 709; grant to, 4. 766. 
Parker, Thos., petition, 21. 220, 228, 

330, 370, 371, 591, 694. 
Parker, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Parker, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Parker, Thos., sheriff, 21. 1076. 
Parker, Tonalham, takes oath, 22. 170. 
Parker, Wicker, quit rents of, 22. 247. 
Parker, Wm., a J. P., 2. 572. 
Parker, Wm., army rank, 16. 1135. 
Parker, Wm., Baptist preacher, 5. 

1166. 
Parker, Wm., court house on land of, 

23. 102. 
Parker, Wm., in militia, 22. 355. 
Parker, Wm., juror, 2. 102, 104, 587, 

589. 
Parker, Wm., juror, 4. 520. 
Parker, Wm., juror, 25. 188. 
Parker, Wm., pays in bills of credit, 

16. 306. 
Parker, Wm., pesioner, 22. 80. 
Parker, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 247. 
Parker, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 247. 
Parker, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Parker, Wm., wagoner, 15. 477. 
Parker, Zenas, 11. 754. 
Parker, 14. 356. 



Parker, (countersign), 12. 470. 
Parkers, Francis, land grant to, 4. 

590. 
Parker's Ferry, S. C, 14. 120. 
Parkerson, James, army record, 13. 

480. 
Parkerson, J no., army rank, 16. 1133. 
Parkerson, John, in army, 13. 512. 
Parkerson, John, in army, 13. 528. 
Parkes. See Park, Parke, Parks. 
Parkes, Humphry, in militia, 22. 358. 
Parkes, Robert, land grant to, 4. 801. 
Parkes, Samuel, juror, 8. 72. 
Parkins, John, quit rents of, 22. 247. 
Parkinson, . Bernard, memorial on 

school, 7. 35-36. 
Parkinson, Beverly, army pay, 17. 239. 
Parkinson, David, land to be resurvey- 

ed, 5. 990. 
Parkinson, Jacob, army rank, 16. 1137. 
Parkinson, James, a J. P., 6. 343. 
bond to prosecute indemnity suit, 5. 

929-930. 
whips Core, 6. 275. 
Parkinson, Jas., army rank, 16. 1132. 
Parkinson, Jas., in militia, 22. 322. 
Parkinson, J no., in militia, 22. 323. 
Parkinson, Sam'l, values horge, 22. 

867. 
Parkison, Capt., company fired on, 

22. 692. 
Parkman, David, exempted, 7. 363. 
Parks. See Park, Parke, Parkes. 
Parks, Andw., army rank, 16. 1139. 
Parks, George, 21. 808. 
Parks, George, reports on Indian out- 
rages, 6. 207. 
Parks, Hugh, allowance to, 22. 827. 
Parks, Hugh, army pay, 17. 238. 
Parks, Hugh, army rank, 16. 1133. 
Parks, Hugh, army rank, 16. 1139. 
Parks, Hugh, in army, 15. 719. 
Parks, Hugh, in militia, 22. 398. 
Parks, Jas., army rank, 16. 1139. 
Parks, Jas., army rank, 16. 1140. 
Parks, .John, army pay, 17. 239. 

army rank, 16. 1132. 
Parks, J no., army rank, 16. 1138. 
Parks, John, certificate issued to, 17. 

314, 325; 20. 33. 
CO. coms'r, 24. 178. 
Parks, Jorn, land grant to, 4. 640. 
Parks, John, on Surry S. C, 10. 251. 
Parks, Peter, army rank, 16. 1139. 
Parks, Peter, land grant to, 4. 631. 
Parks, Robt., a J. P., 23. 995. 
money from, 21. 1063, 1064. 



PARKS, ROBERT 



268 



PARLIAMENT OF ENG. 



on Tryon com. of secrecy, etc., 10. 

424. 
on Tryon S. C, 10. 296, 297, 423, 

424, 440. 
sheriff, 21. 1073. 
Parks, Robert, land grants to, 4. 766, 

768, 798, 801, 803. 
Parks, Saml., army rank, 16. 1135. 
in Hillsboro riot, 8. 245. 
petitions for extension of power of 
J. P.'s, 7. 874-875. 
Parks, Samuel, pensioner, 22. 79. 
Parks, Thomas, army pay, 17. 239. 
Parks, Wm., a J. P., 8. 149. 
Parks, Wm., army pay, 17. 238. 

army rank, 16. 1138. 
Parks, Wm., army rank, 16. 1139. 
Parks, Wm., army rank, 16. 1140. 
Parliament of Carolina, 25. 139, 141. 
constitution of in C, 2. 853-854. 
meetings and conduct of, 2. 855. 
organization and power, 1. 199-200. 
provision for, 25. iv-v. 
qualifications of members, 2. 853; 

25. 131. 
under P. C, 25. 124, 126, 127, 129, 

131, 133. 
veto power vested in Palatine's 

Court, 1. 193. 
See also General Assembly. 
Parliament of England, 7. xxi, 492, 
498, 517, 692, 696, 712, 724, 746, 
747, 748, 749, 754, 867, 892, 915, 
916, 922, 971, 973, 979, 981, 982, 
985; 8. xl, xx, 5, 10, 17, 38, 39, 56, 
61, 83, 87, 92, 114, 171, 186, 206, 
227, 382, 383, 462, 463, 471, 472, 
474, 496, 507, 512, 514, 533, 626, 
651; 9. iii, 4, 17, 36, 47, 65, 142, 
146, 175, 177, 213, 232, 258, 269, 
275, 278, 309, 361, 600, 628, 830, 
925, 931, 954, 985, 1000, 1001, 1091, 
1092, 1097, 1119, 1155, 1161, 1162, 
1209, 1210, 1255, 1282; 10. xvi, 
xviii, 17, 49, 59, 61, 70, 77, 80, 81, 
82, 109, 110, 113, 123, 127, 151, 
171, 179, 212, 221, 223, 226, 234, 
258, 270, 272, 296, 300, 305, 316, 
322, 326, 371, 395, 398, 436, 447, 
455, 479, 493, 612, 642, 673, 674, 
684, 734, 735, 894, 1032; 11. viii, 
1, 4, 75, 76, 87, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 
138, 141, 216, 232, 246, 269, 276, 
325, 364, 383, 711; 13. 157; 15. 
96; 16. 385, 419, 811, 813, 837, 841, 
862, 901, 937; 17. 5, 20; 19. 495, 
899; !?0. 752; 22. 233, 897; 23. 



13, 262, 303, 310, 319, 324, 5a4, 587, 
636, 646, 647, 699, 714, 797, 798, 
885, 985, 998, 999; 24. 103, 684; 
25. 149, 219, 287, 316, 362, 378, 
384, 385, 425, 445, 496. 

act to restrain trade converts N. 
Y., 9. 1247. 

acts and resolutions to be watched, 
9. 741; for duties to be repealed, 
8. 152; denounced, 10. 27; re- 
sented, 9. 1025-1026, 1027, 1028, 
1029, 1032, 1035, 1036, 1043, 1044, 
1045, 1048, 1063, 1067, 1070, 1071, 
1072, 1080, 1144; resisted, 9. 1016- 
1018. 

aid to N. C, S. C, and Va., 5. 925, 
933, 934, 964, 986. 

American ideas of powers of, 7. 686. 

changes recording of time, 4. xiv. 

commissioner from must be sent to 
Cont. Cong., 10. 513. 

com. on usurpations and violences 
of, 10. 504, 512. 

controls issue of currency, 7. 709. 

cuts colonies off from trade, 10. 58; 
with Gt. Br and West Indies, 10. 

XV. 

denounced by Convention of 1774, 9. 

XXX. 

does not propose to lay taxes for 
revenue In America, 8. 88-89, 115, 
135, 138. 

example of followed in N. C, 10. v. 

forbids fishing, 10. 12; issue of cur- 
rency, 9. xiv. 

grant of, bill to direct application, 

5. 1022, 1023, 1025, 1026, 1028, 1032, 
1041, 1058, 1064, 1070, 1071, 1073, 
1075, 1087, 1095; bill to draw on, 

6. 1103, 1111, 1136, 1137, 1141, 
1144, 1146-1149, 1172, 1174, 1185, 
1207, 1213, 1214, 1215, 1216, 1217; 
charges against Dobbs on use of 
and answer, 6. 285-288; disposi- 
tion, 6. 2, 3, 4-5, 18, 37, 38, 41, 46, 
54, 57, 76, 87, 90, 93, 99, 102-103, 
112, 234, 304-305, 323, 347, 396, 410, 
449, 462, 472, 477, 500, 594, 598, 
599, 712, 714, 724-6, 804, 885, 887- 
888, 890, 928, 940, 941, 959-960, 
961-962, 963, 988, 998, 1006-1007, 
1037, 1040, 1154n, 1219; for French 
War, 6. ix; Heron and Palmer to 
receive, 8. 1245. 1304, 1305, 1306, 
quarrel over disposition of, 6. x- 
xii; report on, 6. 1263, 1277; 
should be used to redeem paper, 



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PAliRIS, JOHN 



5. 928-929; suit to be brought for 
recovery of, 7. 622, 666, 667 670; 

to Va., N. and S. C, 5. 869, 870, 

872, 891. 
grants bounties on certain Ameri- 
can products, 9. 10. 
grants favor to Moravians, 5. 1145. 
laws of in force in N. C, 7. 473. 
Lee on right to tax, 1 . 153-155. 
limits trade of N. E., 9. 1186. 
list of acts of, 6. 1080-1081. 
no member resigns from, 7. 788. 
North's resolution an insult to 

America, 10. 28. 
passes act to transfer N. C. to King, 

2. iii. 
petition from N. C. to, 1. 604; of as- 
sembly to be laid before, 9 1102; 

to repeal law against paper cur- 
rency, 9. 937. 
powers and rights considered, 9. 

1093; over America, 7. iv. 
prohibits trade with colonies, 1 1 . 

288. 
proposition on taxes, 9. 1207-1208. 
quoted on taxes, 10. 18. 
reflected on by petition, 9. 1208. 
relations to colonies discussed, 9. 

1138-1140. 
resolutions of House of Commons 

discussed, 9. 1255-1257; of North 

summarized, 1 0. 57-58. 
, right to tax considered, 9. 1035-6, 

1093, 1156, 1162-1163, 1199, 1202; 

10. 223-224, 229. 
supremacy of to be maintained, 9. 

1137, 1138. 
tries to seduce N. Y., N. C, and 6a. 

by offers of commerce, 9. 1165. 
Parm«la, Benjamin, in militia, 9. 1050. 
Parmelee (Parmelie, Parmerle, Parme- 

ly, Parmele, Parmerlin, Parmerly), 

Benj., a J. P., 9. 293; 23. 994. 
in assem., 19. 373, 374, 386. 
in Prov. Congress, 10. 500, 523, 543, 

914, 919, 978. 
lieut. colonel, 10. 206, 531. 
on com. Prov. Cong., 10. 560. 
Parmenter, James, land grant to, 4. 

628. 
Parmer, Jnc, army rank, 16. 1138. 
Parmer's Landing inspection at, 24. 

581. 
Parnai, Chrlstr., in militia, 22. 161. 
Parnal, James, in militia, 22. 161. 
Parnai, Jeremiali, militiaman, 7. 263. 
Parnal, Jno., In militia, 22. 379. 



Parnall, Joshua, army pay, 17. 240. 
Parnel, Abm., army rank, 16. 1140. 
Parnenter, James, land grant to, 4. 

638. 
Paroles, act for relief of persons tak- 
ing Br. paroles, 24. 394-5, 490. 
bill for relief of persons taking, 17. 
847, 855, 860, 942, 943, 949, 950- 
951, 957. 
com. to examine and report on and 
relief for, 16. 32, 47, 58, 61, 64, 7b, 
77, 80, 83, 85, 101, 102, 111, 122, 
171, 173, 176; 19. 11, 13, 17, 21, 
32, 45, 46, 51, 65, 71, 75, 122, 125, 
126, 127, 153, 175, 294. 
persons taking p. not to sit in as- 
sembly, 17. 916. 
of Br. prisoners, 15. 462. 
resolve on, 13. 538, 579, 632-633, 

636, 686. 
specimens, 14. 718, 719, 722-723. 
taking from Br. discouraged, 14. 
781. 
Parr, Caleb, army pay, 16. 238. 
Parr, Isaiah, army pay, 16. 238. 
army rank, 16. 1133. 
petition, 19. 735. 
Parr, John, army pay, 17. 239. 
Parr, John, petition on catching fish, 

9. 87-88. 
Parr, Noah, army pay, 17. 238. 

army rank, 16. 1132. 
Parr, Wm., army pay, 17. 240. 

In army, 15. 720; 18. 797. 
Parr, Wm., juror, 4. 520. 
Parr, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 247. 
Parrat, Austin, released from jail, 10. 

696. 
Parratt (Parrat), James, a J. P., 13. 
177. 
claims allowed, 9. 224, 225. 
deputy sec'y, 9. 346, 697, 967, 1125, 
in assembly, 12. 1, 3, 46, 47, 48, 49, 

53, 58, 65, 70. 
petition on use of Carteret militia, 

15. 146-147. 
to Caswell on exposed situation of 
Beaufort, 11. 632-633. 
Parrldice, Wm., in militia, 22. 387. 
Parris. See Paris. 

Parris, Alex., public receiver of S. C, 
2. 418. 
to prepare Indian expedition, 1. 822, 
823. 
Parris, Anvill, petitions, 19. 935. 
Parris, John, In Indian war, 10. 754. 
Parris, Jno., petitions, 19. 935. 



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270 



PARSONS, WILLIAM 



Parris, Susannah, calls aid to hus- 

baand, 2. 651. 
Parris (Paris), Thos., a J. P., 2. 724. 
from Essex, 2. 648. 
furnishes dinner, 2. 530. 
house assaulted by Burrington, 2. 

649-650, 651. 
in assem., 2. 575, 608, 611, 623. 
juror, 2. 102, 399, 552, 591, 646, 704, 

711. ■ 
law suit, 2. 95. 
surety, 2. 415. 
to divide estate, 1. 871. 
witness, 2. 81, 103. 
Parrish. See Parish. 
Parrisli, Abm., army rank, 16. 1138. 
Parrish, Brissey, in militia, 22. 165. 
Parrish, Claiborne, pensioner, 22. 81. 
Parrish, David, asks relief from 

church tax, 9. 95-96. 
Parrish, Jacob, army rank, 16. 1138. 
Parrish, Joel, on S. C. of New Han- 
over, 9. 1107, 1112, 1149, 1150, 
1153; 10. 68, 112. 
Parrish, John, in army, 13. 522. 
Parrish, Jno., juror, 4. 518. 
Parrish, John, sells, 1. 651. 
Parrish, Joseph, in militia, 22. 165. 
Parrish, Jos., pay to, 22. 490. 
Parrish, Joseph, petitions on county 

bounds, 9. 633-634. 
Parrish, Stephen, pensioner, 22. 81. 
Parrish, Thos., in militia, 22. 367. 
Parrlsson, Jas., juror, 25. 186. 

Parrot, , 22. 292. 

Parrot, Mr., fortunes in connection 
with the Newbern school trouble, 
9. 238-242. 
Parrot, Andrew, army pay, 17. 241. 
Parrot (Parrott), Francis,, lands 
escheat, -2. 291. 
to make rent roll, 2. 35. 
witness, 1. 409. 
Parrot, J no., in militia, 22. 338. 
Parrot, Reuben, pensioner, 22. 80. 
Parrott, Jacob, quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Parrott, Nathaniel, army pay, 17. 241. 

army rank, 16. 1138. 
Parrum. See Parum. 
Parrum, Wm., army pay, 17. 239. 
Parry (Perry), Capt. Francis, 10. 108. 
commands the Cruizer, 10. 44, 492. 
demands supplies from Wilmington 
for British troops and answer, 1 0. 
478-481, 490. 
exchanges prisoner, 1 0. 623. 
gives aid to loyalists, 10. 490. 



insults Wilmington S. Com., 10. 425. 
introduced to Germain by Martin, 

10. 893. 
reports on men offering for enlist- 
ment on the Cruizer, 10. 107. 
makes demands on Wilmington, 1 1 . 
279. 
Parry, John, 4. 334. 
Parry, Joseph, land grant to, 4. 62. 
Parshall, Israel, petitions on need oi 

money, 7. 866-867. 
Parsley, Lathm., juror, 4. 519. 
Parsley, Wm., petition on C. H., 9. 

806-8. 
Parsom, Saml. N., signs Indian treaty, 
18. 514. 

Parson, -. joins Br., 15. 144. 

Parson, Joseph, exempted, 5. 847. 
Parson, Joseph, pensioner, 22. 80. 
Parson, Roger, in army, 13. 514. 
Parsons. See Parson, Person. 

Parsons, , 12. 507. 

Parsons, Alston & Co., pay to, 

18. 541. 
ship goods to U. S., 14. 592. 
Parsons, Brig. Gen., 12. 512, 519, 534, 
537. 
composition and location of brigade, 
12. 509. 
Parsons, Capt., a prisoner, 10. 486. 
Parsons, Benj., land grants to, 4. 625, 

641. 
Parsons, Jacob, juror, 4. 522. 
Parsons, Jas., army rank, 16. 1138. 
Parsons, Jas., army rank, 16. 1138. 
Parsons, James Nicholas, captain, 10. 

626, facing 680. 
Parsons, Jesse, army pay, 17. 239. 

army rank, 16. 1136. 
Parsons, Nathan, army pay, 17. 239. 

army rank, 16. 1136. 
Parsons, Rich'd, in militia, 22. 378. 
Parsons, Roger, army pay, 17. 239. 

army rank, 16. 436. 
Parsons, Saml., army rank, 16. 1136. 
in assem., 19. 400, 401, 460, 463, 467, 
487; 20. 2, 26, 39, 46, 68, 72, 76, 
79, 81, 83, 89, 102. 
invoice by, 19. 879, 880. 
Martin to on Bretigny's contracts, 

16. 394, 395. 
pay to, 18. 541. 

to Caswell on his appointment as 
consul, 22. 785-6. 
Parsons, Samuel, juror, 1. 605. 
Parsons, Saml., juror, 25. 186. 
Parsons, Wm., land grants to, 4. 625. 



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271 



PASQUOTANK CO. 



Parson's, 14. 573. 

Parson's Farm, 14. 568. 

Part, BenJ., in militia, 22. 165. 

Part, Edmund, in militia, 22. 165. 

Partee, Edward, receives pay for sol- 
diers, 17. 191. 

Parties, rise of in N. C, 24. iii. 

Partin, Benjamin, army pay, 17. 241. 
army rank, 16. 1137. 

Partition of lands, act on, 23. 835-8. 

Partner, Wm., resigns as surgeon, 10. 
622. 

Parton, iVIr., in assem., 21. 60. 

Parton, John, in Indian war, 10. 760. 

Partree, Emanuel, army pay, 17. 238. 
army rank, 16. 1133. 

Partridge, , keeps store for Cor- 
nell, 8. 74. 

Partridge, Lt., dead, 15. 757. 

Partridge, Wm., gov. of N. H., 1. 469. 

Partpige, Thomas, settler, 1. 76. 

Party Tyranny: or an occasional bill 
in miniature, 2. 890-923. 

Parum. See Parrum. 

Parum, John, land grant to, 4. 590. 

Parum, Wm., army rank, 16. 1139. 

Parvisoi, Isaiah, complaint against, 6. 
1077. 
debts due by, 8. 278-279. 

Pascagarda Indians, encouraged to 
settle on P. River, 7. 281, 282. 

Pascagarda River, Indians encouraged 
to settle on, 7. 281. 

Pascagula River, fort needed on, 7. 
280. 

Paschal, Elisha, in militia, 22. 160. 

Paschal, Elisha, takes oath, 22. 176. 

Paschal, Isaiah, in militia, 22. 373. 

Paschal^ Isaiah, report of com. on case 
of, 13. 590; 694, 696, 698. 

Paschal, John, in militia, 22. 160. 

Paschai, J no., in militia, 22. 370. 

Parshal, Jno., in militia, 22. 373. 

Parshal, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 370. 

Paschal, Wm., petitions for division 
of Orange Co., 9. 809-810. 

Paschale, James, takes oath, 22. 175. 

Paschke, Capt., to Gates on provi- 
sions, 14. 561. 

Pasey, Sam., in militia, 22. 315. 

Pasfield, Thos., juror, 25. 189. 

Pashal, Wm., in militia, 22. 372. 

Pashal, Wm., Jr., in militia, 22. 372. 

Pasl<all, Wm., land grant to, 4. 703. 

Paskapatawpo, talk of, 17. 86. 

Paski, village of described, 1. 937, 
937, 938. 



Pasmore. See Passmore. 

Pasmore, David, army rank, 16. 1136. 

Pasmore, Davd., army rank, 16. 1139. 

Pasmore (Passmore), David, receives 
pay for soldiers, 17. 204, 239, 
242, 256. 

Pasmore, Jos., in army, 15. 727. 

Pasquimans, 1. 260. 
See also Pasquotank Precinct, Per- 
quimans Precinct. 

Pasquornett, iVlich., land grant to, 4. 
588. 

Pasquotank, Gillam's ship lies at, 1. 
280. 

Pasquotank (Paspotank), home of 
John Gibbs, 1. 364. 

Pasquotank (Paspatancke, Paspo- 
tank) Co., 4. 352, 391, 496, 559, 

679, 680, 682, 920, 924; 5. xlii, 82, 
972, 974; 6. 807, 1127; 7. 67, 476, 
872; 9. 114, 116, 120, 123, 135, 164, 
169, 173, 176, 185, 187, 194, 196, 
222, 253, 283, 298, 321, 322, 592, 
1070; 10. xxiv, 33, 475, 525, 558, 
565, 568, 578, 617, 655, 683, 750, 
917, 962, 976; 11. 499, 551; 12. 
303, 314; 13. 834, 866, 878, 8»u, 
951, 969, 974; 14. 128, 172; 15. 
22; 19. 672; 20. 87, 252, 428, 436, 
522; 21. 243, 256, 308, 354, Gy.a, 

680, 685, 749, 764, 897, 900, 910; 
22. 361, 402, 815, 831, 859; 23. 150, 
155, 187, 255, 273, 373, 411, 471, 472, 
500, 553, 564, 575, 618, 683, 692, 705, 
723, 814, 874, 904, 912, 929, 947, 957, 
991; 24. 251, 263, 298, 299, 424, 
581; 25. 36, 64, 155, 164, 212, 217. 

act for court, 24. 37-9, 50-64, 161; 
25. 274-87, 436; for ferry, 23. 
595; 25. 482-3; for parish, 25. 298- 
304; for public buildings, 23. 468- 
9; for tax public buildings, 24. 
145, 239, 456, 594, 873-4; 25. 341; 
for town, 23. 500; 25. 387-9; on 
bridges and ferries, 23. 785-6; on 
jurors, 24. 82-4, 273-5; 25. 187-8; 
on roads, 23. 449-51; to alter place 
of CO. courts, 24. 630-1; care for 
poor, 23. 853, 24. 949-50; 25. 68; 
to collect tax arrears, 24. 626-7; 
to destroy squirrels, 23. 500-1; 
25. 198-200; wild animals in, 25. 
510-11, 516-17 to divide, 24. 26- 
28, 472; to elect vestry, 23. 657, 
853; to fix time of co. cts., 24. 
717-18; 25. 70, 288, 406; to give 
title for slaves sold by, 24. 221. 



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272 



PASQUOTANK CO. 



Adams on, 1. 681. 

aid against Regulators asked, 8. 698. 

badness of roads in, 1. 711, 714. 

bill for canal from, 21. 260, 270, 287, 
310, 329-330, 331, 614, 636; for com. 
to inquire into accounts of sheriff, 
4. 827, 829; for C. H., etc., 5. 
666, 668, 669, 670, 686, 698, 700, 
701, 705, 706, 707, 735; for ferry 
in, 6. 956, 957, 958-959; for loca- 
tion of court and town, 18. 38, 
271, 284; poor house, 21. 757, 
828, 836-837, 904, 908, 909, 996, 
1000, 1001; for pub. buildings, 

19. 561, 565, 568, 574, 591, 660; 

20, 169, 339-340, 342-343; bill for 
road, 19. 413, 417, 739, 744, 748, 
791; for town in, 4. 827; for ves- 
try, 4. 539, 540, 542, 546, 549, 559, 
565, 566, 567, 568, 572; on bound- 
ary, 19. 662; to appoint treasurer, 
4. 1322, 1323, 1324, 1328, 1338, 
1339, 1340, 1342, 1348; to change 
site of C. H., 19. 561, 565, 568, 
574, 591, 660; 20. 167, 172, 342- 
343; to collect arrears of taxes in, 
19. 573, 588-589, 591, 658, 695; to 
to consolidate parishes in, 5. 670, 
671, 672, 673, 686, 707, 708, 709, 
713, 715, 735; to divide, 12. 30, 32, 
34, 41, 51, 112; to elect vestry, 6. 
1233, 1238, 1240, 1252, 1284, 1298; 
7. 93; to establish town of Nix- 
onton, 5. 1019, 1021, 1022, 1036, 
1048, 1049, 1050, 1055, 1056, 1058, 
1061, 1064, 1097; to make a part 
into a new precinct, 4. 92, 96, 98, 
124, 128, 129, 133, 134, 137, 138, 
140, 740, 741, 743-744; to repeal 
act on county seat, 19. 426, 740, 
759, 806. 

cases from tried in Edenton, 23. 

253. 
census of 1790, 26. 872-888. 
church affairs in, 1. 714. 
claims of representation recognized, 

6. 262. 
clergy in, 8. 222. 
clothing for troops due from, 12. 

639, 748. 
com. of testify on Macknight, 10. 

32, 33, 35, 36. 
contested election in, 9, 457, 459- 

460. 
court days, 23. 703, 704, 874, 885, 

932, 946, 990. 
debts due to, 8. 280-281. 



dissenters in, 4. 753. 
divided, 11. 470; for military pur- 
poses, 10. 585-6. 
dues from sheriffs, 9. 573. 
Fox in, 1. XX. 

ill usage of Fiske, 8. 492-493. 
illegality in elections claimed, 4. 

857-858, 860. 
in Edenton dis't, 15. 377. 
inspection in, 25. 313, 379. 
J. P.'s, 2. 526, 540, 638, 773, 818; 3. 
234; 4. 48, 346, 813, 895, 965; 6. 
775, 1068, 1086; 23. 995. 
jurors in, 4. 518-519. 
members in assembly, 6. 903, 1152, 
1164; 7. 86, 87, 284, 342, 351-352, 
473, 566, 925, 926; 8. 107, 303, 320; 
9. 199, 448, 452, 456, 460, 467, 734, 
1189, 1196, 1205; 12. 2, 266, 331, 
625, 656, 723; 13. 625, 736, 785, 
799, 811; 18. 2, 35; 17. 265, 795, 
816, 878; 18. 2, 227, 279; 19. 1, 
129, 140, 234, 246, 400, 718; 20. 2, 
60, 120, 130, 302, 312, 476; 21. 2, 
194, 730, 872. 
members in Conv. 1788 and 89, 22. 

3, 38. 
members in Prov. Cong., 9. 104^ 
1179, 1180; 10. 166, 501, 505, 519, 
565, 915. 
militia of, 5. 575, 603; 10. 357; in 
regulator campaign, 8. 707; 22. 
469, 478; organization of, 10. 625, 
facing 680; paid, 10. 574; returns, 
22. 308, 313, 344-54. 
missionary needed for, 2. 605. 
money squandered, 4. 825. 
no members in assembly, 4. 1191, 

1197, 1198. 
number of members in assembly, 1. 
xxvii, xxxii; 4. 1170, 1173, 1174, 
1175, 1180, 1210, 1231; 5. 86, 87, 
88, 90, 91; 9. 1053. 
officers, 9. 298. 
organization of troops, 10. 205, 207, 

532, 625, facing 680. 
owes state, 21. 1068, 1069, 1070, 

1076. 
parishes and ministers in, 7. 457, 

541. 
part in Culpepper rebellion, 1. 257. 
petitions from, 19. 528, 560-561; for 
Davis, 21. 159; for paper money, 
7. 386, 391, 393-394; on representa- 
tion, action on, 5. 82-84; on 
Swamp, 4. 497; to be removed 
into, 1. 857. 



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PASQUOTANK RIVER 



population, 18. 433. 

Quaker meeting house to be built 

in, 1. 596. 
Quaker records of, 1. 551, 552, 596, 

628, 656, 665, 688, 719, 731-732, 

813, 905; 2. 37. 
Quakers in, 1. xxvili, 261. 
rebels in, 1. 260. 
religious affairs in, 1. 720-721. 
remonstrance of inhabitants, 1. 248- 

249; of Quakers referred to com. 

and report, 13. 540, 561, 635, 638, 

659-660, 667, 686, 697. 
rent roll to be made in, 2. 35. 
report on militia, 5. 163; on quit 

rents, 22. 248-251, 259. 
representation should be reduced, 3. 

207. 
representatives stand by Gary, 1. 

697. 
Safety Com., C. of S. to on Clark, 

11. 332. 
scarcity of currensy in, 7. 433. 
sheriffs, 4. 347, 1182; 5. 977; 6. 740. 
state of church in, 1. 689. 
struggle over representation act, 4. 

1158-1160, 1161, 1167, 1168-1169, 

1210-1221. 
Supreme Ct. of held in Edenton, 5. 

260. 
tax in, 19. 707. 
taxables in, 5. 575, 603; 7. 146, 284, 

289, 539, 541; 8. 32; in 1754, 5. 

320. 
tobacco inspection in, 23. 641, 792. 
treasurers, 3. 420, 546, 578, 580; 4. 

106, 136, 155; 23. 378-380, 400. 
troops from, 14. 7; to be raised in, 

13. 411; 24. 154. 
Urmston in, 1. 765, 767; preaches 

in, 1. 858. 
vestry commends Adams, 1. 730. 
writ for choice of assemblymen, 4. 

1181, 1182, 1183, 1195. 
See also Pasquotank Precinct. 
Pasquotank Court House, 23. 500. 
act for ferry to, 25. 389. 
quit rents payable at, 4. 186. 
Pasqoutank District, recruiting officer 

for, 22. 928. 
Pasquotank ('Pasqui manes, Paspa- 

tancke) Precinct, 1. 260, 2. 82, 86, 

87, 90, 92, 93, 96, 97, 108, 109, 152, 

169, 170, 176, 242, 268, 270, 318, 

354, 355, 356, 378, 427, 435, 440, 

445, 452, 453, 454, 461, 468, 483, 

484, 486, 487, 496, 500, 501, 502, 



523, 524, 544, 554, 557, 590, 597, 
599, 600, 604, 615, 616, 652, 653, 
656, 657, 658, 663, 724, 727, 729, 
771; 3. xiii, 57; 23. 6, 7, 12. 

Culpepper Rebellion begins, 1. 279. 

has trouble over court house, 2. 615- 
616. 

land grants in, 4. 332, 336, 350, 448, 
587, 589, 593, 625, 627, 628, 630, 
631, 634, 636, 638, 642, 710, 767, 
768. 

members of assembly, 2. 608, 623; 
3. 285, 561, 562, 612, 634; 4. 115, 
493, 723, 733, 750, 815, 818, 826, 
857, 1170, 1173, 1174; 5. 232, 521, 
529, 536, 1110; 6. 109, 135, 161, 
227, 376, 381, 493, 661, 800, 829, 
893, 895. 

members of court, 3. 255. 

parishes in, 2. 207. 

pays Urmston, 2. 228. 

petition from for new precinct, 3. 
640, 642. 

plate for, 2. 133-4. 

poor pay for preachers, 2. 248. 

precinct, created, 1. xxvii, xxviii. 

voting place in, 2. 214. 

See also Pasquotank County. 
Pasquotank River, 2. 207, 629; 4. 740; 
5. 1180; S. 607; 9. vii, 12; 10. 
357; 11. 332; 22. 344; 23. 6, 187, 
500, 641; 24. 26, 27, 251, 472, 635, 
960; 25. 298. 

a public highway, 25. 92. 

act for canal from, 25. 83-93; ferry 
on, 23. 595; 25. 389, 481-2. 

bill for canal from, 20. 165, 174, 341, 
496-497, 523, 550; 21. 32, 38, 68„ 
86, 93, 107, 108, 109, 755, 766, 781, 
850, 851, 852, 856, 858, 901, 905, 
908, 923, 929-930, 1015, 1026, 1033, 
1034, 1038, 1082-1083; for C. H. on, 
20. 167, 172, 343; for ferry on, 
G. 1225-1226, 1239, 1240, 1272, 1296; 
7. 308, 315, 374, 390, 397; for 
town on, 18. 38; 19. 426, 740, 759,. 
760, 806; to continue ferry act, 6.. 
847, 854, 863, 866, 883, 886, 912, 
920, 921, 932, 956, 957, 958-959. 

canal to, 18. 26, 36, 56-57, 62-63, 94, 
234, 266, 284, 294, 296, 299, 332, 
350-351, 571, 573; 21. 11, 439, 
441-442. 

court house on, 5. 1051. 

Gillam appears in, 1. 256. 

inspection on, 23. 641, 792. 

land grant on, 1. 59-61, 65-66. 



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PASQUOTANK R. BRIDGE 274 



PATCHETT, EDWARD 



Miller imprisoned on upper end of, 

1. 300. 
quit rents paid at, 25. 217. 
resolve on canal from, 18. 506-507, 
509. 
Pasquotank River Bridge, inspection 
at, 24. 581; 25. 380. * 

Pasquotank River Swanap, act for 
road through, 24. 635-6; 25. 103-4. 
bill for road through, 19. 533, 535, 
551, 556, 592, 661; 21. 754, 758, 
768, 772, 903, 904, 910, 919, 922, 
923, 925, 928, 949. 
Pasquotank Vestry, to S. P. G. on 

church affairs, 2. 291-292. 
Pass, Elliott, army pay, 17. 241. 
Pass, Hoiioway, pensioner, 22. 81. 
Passenger, Wm., on pirates^ 1. 518. 
Passhbee, Capt., 14. 530. 
Passi (Passy?), France, 17. 93. 
Passingham, Thos., juror, 2. 83, 88, 89, 

93, 95, 96. 
Passingham, Thos., witness, 2. 103, 

149. 
Passmore. See Pasmore. 
Passmore, Amose, in army, 13. 525. 
Passons. See Parsons, Person. 
Passons, James, army pay, 17. 238. 
Passons (Parsons?), Samuel, road 

overseer, 1. 550. 
Passy (Passey), France, 16. 388, 764, 

17. 93 (?); 18. 620. 
Pasteur, Mr., 14. 461; 18. 89. 
Pasteur, Ensign, on court martial, 13. 
370. 
on court of inquiry, 1 5. 709. 
Pasteur, Lieut., a prisoner, 14. 817. 
in command, 12. 541. 
on board of rearrangement, 16. 575. 
on court of inquiry, 15. 617. 
rank, 16. 664. 

remonstrates over clothing, 16. 258. 
to report on clothing, etc., 16. 578, 
579. 
Pasteur, Maj., 14. 149; 15. 188. 

to furnish guns, 14. 96. 
Pasteur, Dr. Charles, 21. 362. 
accounts of, 19. 599. 
certificate to, 18. 426, 439. 
claims allowed for medicines, 12. 
610; 13. 600, 602, 604, 605, 713-714, 
716, 909. 
coms'r on pension claims, 24. 736. 
commits prisoners, 15. 609. 
fair judge, 24. 284. 
in assembly, 17. 269, 300, 304, 355, 
359, 364, 365, 366, 368; 20. 23. 



memorial, 17. 340, 343, 363, 408, 

417; 20. 55, 73, 108. 
on com. of assem., 17. 291. 
resolution in favor of, 18. 212. 
sheriff, 21. 1074. 
takes deposition, 15. 611. 
Pasteur, John, lieut., 10. 640. 
Pasteur, John, school trustee, 24. 534. 
Pasteur, (Pasture), Thos., Cont. lieut, 
22. 1049. 
officer, 18. 486. 
promoted, 17. 142. 
rank, 16. 72, 576, 608. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 213, 

217. 
reports on Mebane's company, 15. 

724-725. 
to Burke on clothing, 16. 288-289. 
Pasteur, Will, to Nash on prviateers, 

etc., 15. 78. 
Pasteur (Pastiures, Pasture), Dr. Wm., 
15. 342. . 

advertises medicines, 13. 373. 
Bd. War to on removal of public 

stores, 14. 490. 
buys at Martin sale, 22. 884, 882, 

887. 
Caswell to on guns, 14. 174-175. 
coms'r to print certificates, 24. 372. 
paymaster, 10. 966; 11. 740. 
payment to, 10. 354. 
reports on smallpox, 14. 678. 
smallpox at house of, 15. 443. 
surgeon of troops, 1 6. 188. 
wagon sent to, 14. 846. 
Paston, England, 4. 877. 
Pasture, IVlr., 16. 621. 
Pasture, Lieut., 16. 653. 
Pasture, IVIaj., killed by Tories, 15. 

467. 
Pasture, Thos., army rank, 16. 1133. 

army record, 13. 476. 
Pasture, Wm., officers to pay troops, 

11. 581. 
Patapsco Ferry, 9. 1065, 1069. 
Patapsco River, 9. 1065. 
Patcher, John, vestryman, 2. 151. 
Patcher, Samuel, vestryman, 2. 151. 
Patchet, Ed., juror, 25. 185. 
Patchet (Patchett), Samuel, a J. P., 
2. 572. 
church wardens, 2. 11, 118. 
juror, 2, 463, 477, 508, 591, 596, 656, 

664. 686; 25. 185. 
witness, 2. 512, 669. 
Patchett, Edward, juror, 2. 464, 466, 
467, 553, 592, 593, 704. 



PATE, BARNABA 



275 



PATTASON, WILLIAM 



Pate, Barnaba, army pay, 17. 241. 
Pate Chas., juror, 25. 188. 
Pate, Charles, land grant to, 4. 596. 
Pate, Cordie, army rank, 16. 1138. 
Pate, Edward, army pay, 17. 238. 

army rank, 16. 1138. 
Pate, John, land grant to, 4. 595. 
Pate, Samuel, juror, 4. 522. 
Pate, Wm., army pay, 16. 238. 
army rank, 15. 12; 16. 1136. 
Pate, Wm., juror, 25. 188. 
Pate, Wm., land grant to, 4. 329, 349. 
Paten. See Patten, Patton. 

Paten, , fined, 9. 653. 

Patent offices, give little strength to 

government, 1 1 . 723. 
Patents, act on form, 25. 160; to con- 
fiscate, 1. 552-554. 
bill for, 20. 131, 132, 13.7-138, 140, 
146, 309, 315, 320, 559-560; 21. 
117, 118; to confirm, 19. 93, 96. 
blank ones to be signed by council, 

2. 303. 
fee for made void, 2. 617-618; for 

signing by governor, 2. 527. 
for land, 2. 69-70; granted by Berke- 
ley, 1. 59-67; by John Harvey, 1. 
253-254; by Gov. Jenkins, 1. 302- 
303. 
Heath's, revoked, 1. 42-43. 
Johnston on law for, 4. 26. 
notes on act, 3. 183. 
regulations governing issue of, 4. 

40-41. 
to Sir Robert Heath, 1. 5-13. 
See also Charters, Land Patents, 
Lands, etc. 
Pater Noster Row, 2. 273; 7. 511. 
Paterson. See Patterson. 

Paterson, , 16. 981. 

Paterson, , 22. 622. 

Paterson, Andrew, takes oath, 22. 178. 
Paterson, Duncan, army rank, 16. 

1140. 
Paterson, Geo., in militia, 22. 374. 
Paterson, James, in militia, 22. 164. 
Paterson, Jas., in militia, 22. 332. 
Paterson, James, petitions on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-253. 
Paterson, James, quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Paterson, John, in army, 13. 510. 
Paterson, J no., in militia, 22. 371. 
Paterson, John, regulator, 7. 735. 
Paterson, Lewis, in militia, 22. 374. 
Paterson, Robert, land of lapses, 2. 

303. 
Paterson, Smith, in militia, 22. 374. 



Paterson, Wm., town coms'r, 23. 966. 

Patiencfe, sloop, dealings with, 7. 169, 

170, 171, 173, 174, 175, 176. 

released, 7. 168e, 183. 

visits Cape Fear, 7. vii. 
Patin, John, to Nash on his health, 

15. 22-23. 
Paton. See Patten, Patton. 
Paton, Benj., in militia, 22. 397. 
Paton, IVIichael, in militia, 22. 397. 
Paton, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 397. 
Paton, Sam'l, in militia, 22. 397. 
Paton, Wm., to be made capt, 5. 162. 
Patric, Peter, army rank, 16. 1140. 
Patriclc. See Pattrick. 
Patrick, Mr., complains of election in 

Bath, 3. 289. 
Patrick, Agnis, 25. 467. 
Patrick, Benj., army rank, 16. 1132. 
Patrick, Cornelias Pitch, appraiser, 2. 

103. 
Patrick, Danl., army rank, 16. 1140. 
Patrick, J no., army rank, 16. 1133. 
Patrick, John, building coms'r, 24. 

238, 
Patrick, J no., in militia, 22. 282. 
Patrick, Minon, gun impressed, 22. 

414. 
Patrick, Paul, 25. 467. 
Patrick, Paul, ranger, 10. 690. 
Patrick, Robart, in militia, 22. 281. 
Patrick, Robert, claims allowed, 6. 

213. 
Patrick, Spencer, army rank, 16. 1140. 
Patrick, Wm., army pay, 17. 240. 

army rank, 16. 1133. 
Patrick, Wm., claim, 9. 488, 527; al- 
lowed, 22. 879. 
Patrick, Wm., in militia, 22. 282. 
Patrick Henry Fort, 10. 837; 14. 234; 
22. 995, 997, 1005. 

Indian treaty at, 11. 459. 
Patridges Bluff, 4. 219. 
Patriotism, Burke on character of in 

America, 11. 420. 
Patrollers, act on, 24. 276-7. 

bill for, 21. 235, 243, 266, 307, 383, 
603. 

considered, 5. 548. 

for Pitt Co., 10. 63-64, 243, 451. 

for New Hanover, 10. 25. 

may shoot negroes, 10. 87, 94. 
Patsey and Sally, schooners, 21. 335. 
Patt, Aaron, army pay, 17. 241. 
Patt, negro, imported, 1. 650. 
Pattason. See Patterson. 
Pattason, Wm., juror, 25. 188. 



PATTEN 



276 



PATTERSON, JOHN 



Patten. See Paten, Patin, Paton, Pat- 
ton. 

Patten, , prisoner, 16. 671. 

Patten, Mr., in C. C, 18. 641. 

Patten, Arthur, land grant to, 4. 1047. 

Patten, Benj., on g. C. of Salisbury 

Dist', 10. 215. 
Patten, Benj., riotous over land, 6. 

780. 
Patten, David, to be executed, 12. 535. 
Patten, James, a J. P., 8. 799. 
Patten, John, a J. P., 22. 429, 430. 
Patten (Patton), John, 10. 459; 11. 
433; 13. 302; 14. 290, 363. 
a prisoner, 14. 817; 18. 671. 
allowance for troops, 10. 962; rec- 
ommended, 10. 622. 
' army pay, 18, 727. 
army record, 13. 480. 
captured, 14. xi. 
colonel of 4tli and 2d regt's, 13. viii; 

15. 765; 16. 881. 
commands troops, 11. 762. 
Held officer, 12. 496, 535. 
gives orders on arms, 12. 505. 
grant to in Va., 1 1 . 197. 
in Cincinnati, 17. 134. 
lieut. col., 10. 495, 509; 11. 830. 
major, 10. 187, 243. 
officer, 18. 485. 
on board to recommend promotion, 

11. 800. 
on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 168. 
on court martial, 1 1 . 752. 
ordered on duty, 12. 536. 
pays money to White, 12. 24. 
petitions on land grants, 9. 1260- 

1263. 
position of regiment in army, 13. 

508. 
pres. of court martial, 12. 545. 
promoted, 17. 141. 
protests against Hand, 11. 562, 563, 

750-751. 
recommends Dixon, 5. 708. 
reports on companies in reg't of, 
13. 504-531; on prizes of priva- 
teers, 11. 416; on 2d N. C. bat- 
talion, 13. 480-481. 
return of troops under, 1 1 . 824. 
superintendent of hospitals, 12. 492. 
talces oath of allegiance, 13. 417. 
testifies in matter of J. P.'s, 9. 1019. 
to Washington on difficulties of re- 
cruiting, 1 1 . 714. 
See also Patin, John, Patton, John. 
Patten, Joseph, ensign, 10. 518. 



Patten, Robert, allowance to, 22. 838. 
Patter, Robt., juror, 25. 188. 
Patterson. See Paterson, Pattason, 

Pattison. 
Patterson, Mr., 14. 97; 16. 955. 
Patterson, Mr., messenger, 13. 53. 
Patterson, Brig. Gen, 12. 515, 522, 527, 

533, 538, 544; 14. 331, 370, 371, 

375. 
brigade of, 14. 332. 
composition and position of brig- 
ade, 12. 509. 
Patterson (Paterson), Brig. Gen., 

(Br.), 15. 252, 254, 258. 
commands Br. in Charleston, 14. 

516; in S. C, 15. 264. 
grants leave to send clothing to 

prisoners, 16. 824. 
Patterson, Capt., desertions from, 15. 

510. 
Patterson, Alexander, army pay, 17. 

241. 
Patterson, Andrew, asks pardon for 

Fruit, 9. 93-94. 
Patterson, Francis, laud grant to, 4. 

710. 
Patterson, George, a J. P., 4. 800. 
Patterson, Guideon, sells- horse, 15. 

631. 
Patterson, IHugh, army pay, 17. 241. 
Patterson, James, dispute of not to 

harm liberty, to. 136. 
Patterson, Jas., in militia, 22. 419. 
Patterson, James, juror, 10. 5. 
Patterson, James, lends salt, 19. 619. 
Patterson, James, payment to, 21. 219, 

221. 
Patterson, James, pensioner, 22. 80. 
Patterson, James, petition on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-252. 
Patterson, James, petition on separa- 
tion, 22. 705-8. 
Patterson, James, town coms'r, 24. 

180, 515. 
Patterson, James, trial, 10. 5. 
Patterson, Jesse, army pay, 17. 240. 
Patterson, John, 9. 307. 
Patterson, John, 23. 842. 
Patterson, John, a J. P., 5. 813. 
Patterson, John, army pay, 17. 238. 

army rank, 16. 1132. 
Patterson, Jno., army rank, 16. 1134. 
Patterson, John, asks for inspection, 

8, 80o. 
Patterson, John, building coms'r, 25. 

272. 
Patterson, John, court martialed, 15. 



PATTERSON, JOHN 



277 



PATTON, JOHN 



736. 

Patterson, John, juror, 8. 72. 

Patterson, John, land grant to, 4. 710, 
764, 767. 
rights proved, 4. 709. 

Patterson, John, nom. as treasurer, 
13. 967. 

Patterson, John, pay to, 22. 489. 

Patterson, John, recommended for 
Capt., 22. 335. 

Patterson, John, road coms'r, 25. 330. 

Patterson, J no., wounded and prison- 
er, 22. 523. 

Patterson, Levin, case of, 16. 835. 

Patterson, Mark, captain, 14. 264; of 
light horse, 13. 734f. 
in assembly, 13. 633, 697, 708, 709, 
712, 717, 721, 785, 812, 813, 823, 913, 
966, 975, 980, 982, 984, 988, 990, 
1000; 1G. 2, 3, 49, 127, 153, 156, 
165, 167; 17. 715; 19. 380, 384, 
386, 387, 389, 394; on com. of as- 
sem., 13. 869, 915, 959; 17. 727, 
755. 
petition, 21. 737, 742, 745, 883, 885, 
892. 

Patterson, Martin, army pay, 17. 241. 

Patterson, Mary, land grant to, 4. 642. 

Patterson, Peter, petitions on land 
grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-252. 

Patterson, R., payment to, 13. 350. 

Patterson, Robert, asks for lapse pat- 
ent, 2. 426. 
juror, 2. 366. 
land lapses, 2. 426, 523. 

Patterson, Robert, petitions on county 
bounds, 9. 633-635. 

Patterson (Paterson), Robert, peti- 
tions on land grants, 9. 1260-1262; 
11. 250-253. 

Patterson (Paterson), Robert, Jr., pe- 
titions on land grants, 9. 1260- 
1262; 11. 250-253. 

Patterson, S., 9. 1234. 

Patterson, Samuei, pays in bills of 
credit, 16. 306. 

Patterson, Thos., pensioner, 22. 80. 

Patterson, Tiiman, army pay, 17. 238. 
army rank, 18. 1140. 
pensioner, 22. 79. 

Patterson, Wm., army rank, 18. 1139. 

Patterson, Wm., on Tryon S. C, 10.' 
120. 

Pattersons, 14. 586. 

Pattillo, Henry, asks for inspection,! 

8. 80o. 
asks for Presbytery, 5. 1213. 



chm. com. of whole of Prov. Cong., 

10. 191. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 164, 167, 172, 
192; and work there, 5. 1213-1214, 
1215.- 
land offered to, 10. 261. 
on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 169; 180. 
on com. on religious scruples, 10. 

viii. 
on S. C. of Halifax Dist, 10. 215. 
petition, 19. 34-35; considered, 16. 

60, 64. 
preaches to troops, 7. 835. 
school trustee, 13. 809; 24. 297, 863. 
seeks to win regulators, 8. xxxiv. 
to read payers in Prov. Cong., 10. 

169. 
to Tryon and their people against 

regulators, 7. 813-814. 
trustee of Queen's College, 8. 487; 

22. 519f. 
work, 5. 1194, 1213, 1218, 1219, 1225, 
1226. 
Pattin. See Patten, Patton. 
Pattin, Jno., army rank, 16. 1132. 
Pattin, Simon, allowance to, 22. 820. 
Pattin, Jno., army rank, 16. 1140. 
Pattison. See Patterson. 
Pattison, John, vestryman, 23. 384. 
Pattison, Maj. Gen., supplies place of 

Clinton, 14. 240. 
Pattison, Gilbert, land grant asked for, 

4. 453. 
Patton. See Paten, Patin, Paton, Pat- 
ten, Pattin. 
Patton, Capt., in regulation campaign, 

19. 838, 841. 
Patton, Lieut., and Briar Creek battle, 

14. 282. 
Patton (Patten), Benjamin, and Meck- 
lenburg Declaration, 9. 1263-1265. 
in Prov. Cong., 9. xxxi, 1042, 1049; 

10. 164, 166, 172(?). 
petition on rent, 9. 46-47. 
Patton, Hugh, engages in riots, 10. 
933-935. 
riots and reward for, 10. 933-935, 
940. 
Patton, Hugh, tried for robbery, 22. 

507-8, 512. 
Patton, James, 5. 1208. 
Patton, James, captain, 6. 1025. 
Patton, James, land grant to, 24. 447. 
Patton, James, petition on separation, 

22. 705-9. 
Patton, John, Cont. col., 22. 1049. 
Patton' (Patten), John, rank, 16 72, 



PATTON, JOHN 



278 



PAYNE, MAJOR 



576, 608. 
Patton, John, wounded, 18. 609. 
Patton, Robert, petition on land 

grants, 9. 1260-1262; 11. 250-252. 
Patton, Robert, petition on separation, 

22. 705-9. 
Patton, Samuel, asks pardon for Fruit, 

9. 93-95. 
Patton, Saml., pensioner, 22. 79. 
Patton, Samuel, petition on rent, 9. 

46-47. 
Patton, Thos., wounded, 18. 609. 
Patton, Wm., brings in goods, H. 1124, 

1135. 
Patton's regiment, 14. 332. 
Pattquatting, O., Moravian settlement 

at, 5. 1158. 
Pattrlck. See Patrick. 
Pattrick, Paul, on Surry, S. C, 10. 

251. 
Paul (Saint), 5. 1165; 6. iii; 21 522. 
Paul, Abraham, land grant to, 4. 968, 

1034. 
Paul (Pauli), Aquilla, commands ves- 
sel, 2. 21, 22. 
Paul, David, army pay, 17. 241. 
Paul, G., opinion on salvage, etc., of 
Spanish vessels, 4. 1309-1310, 1311. 
Paul, George, juror, 4. 520. 
land grant to, 4. 635, 641. 
Paul, Jacob, land grants to, 4. 767, 896, 
1038. 
rights proved, 4. 1033. 
Paul, James, claim, 9. 488. 
Paul, John, sells horse to N. C, 10. 

852, 855. 
Paul (Paule), Martha, marries white 

man, 2. 662, 672. 
Paul, Philip, army pay, 17. 238. 

army rank, 16. 1138. 
Paul, Peter, army pay, 17. 241. 
Paul, Robert, juror, 4. 520. 
Paul, Robert, Jr., juror, 4. 520. 
Paul, Samuel, claims allowed, 9. 414, 

527, 528, 536; 22. 879. 
Paul, Stephen, army rank, 16. 1134. 
Paul, Wm., land grant to, 4. 628. 
Paul, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Paulding, Wm., pay to, 18. 541. 
Paule, Mr., bears letters to Gov. 

Craven, 2. 59, 61. 
Paulin, John, (Pailin?), signs acts, 23. 

116. 
Paulmattacks, Phillip, pay to, 22. 471. 
Paulmer, John, in militia, 22. 497. 
Paul's Lutheran Church, S. C, 8. 778. 
Paulus Hook (Powles Hook), attack- 



ed, 14. 347. 
captured by British, 10. 818. 
success against, 14. 199, 202. 
Pauly, Wm., juror, 8. 72. 
Paupan Neck, 2. 261. 
Paupers, act to provide for, 24. 89-94, 
318, 409-10, 498-9, 738-9, 884, 940-1, 
949-50, 963; 25. 12, 60-2, 68. 
public support of, 1. 544-545, 550, 
559, 569, 597, 679, 702. 
Pauthet, Adj., clothing to, 16. 602-603. 
Pauwaw, name for Indian priests, 1. 

218. 
Pavel, Margaret, sells stock, 1. 493. 
Paver, Joshua, in militia, 22. 385. 
Pavey, Nehemh., army rank, 16. 1140. 
Pavy, Sam'l., in militia, 22. 347. 
Pavy, Thos., army rank, 16. 1138. 
Pawley's Land'g, quit rents paid at, 

25. 218. 
Pawly, Mr., 11. 10, 12, 13. 
Pawstantare River, 2. 7. 
Paxton, Mr., and transfer of C. to 

King, 2. 769, 770. 
Paxton, J., colonel, 11. 831. 
Paxton, James, army pay, 17. 240. 
Paya (Pia) Matta, Indian, 11. 165, 

166. 
Payamataha, Chickasaw leader, 7. 

239. 
Payford, Wm., army rank, 16. 1140. 
Paylor, Wm., pensioner, 22. 80. 
Paymaster, com. to examine accounts 
of, 10. 942. 
for regiments recommended and ap- 
pointed, 10. 958-960, 961, 965-966. 
Lord resigns, 11. 399. 
of Cont. Troops, called to Prov. 

Cong. 10. 924. 
salary to, 10. 569. 
to be appointed, 12. 376. 
Paymaster General, com. to examine 
accounts of, 12. 824. 
instructed on pay of soldiers, 16. 
917; to receive claims, 17. 439, 
459. 
Morris and C. C. to on settlement of 
army accounts, 16. 745-747, 782; 
17. 77. 
to deposit certificates of pay, 17. 
463-464, 490-491. 
Payne. See Pain, Paine. 
Payne, Mr., Martin to on seizure of 

vessels, 16. 339. 
Payne, Capt., payment to, 5. 798. 
Payne, Col., ammunition to, 14. 432. 
Payne, Major, 5. 162. 



PAYNE, KEY. SQUIRE 



279 



PEABODY, JOSEPH 



Payne, Rev. Squire, 4. 877. 

Payne, James, a J. P., 4. 813. 

Payne, James, building coms'r, 23. 

255. 
Payne (Paine), James, coms'r to sell 
granery, 24. 626. 
in assem., 19. 489, 492, 493, 494, 516, 
517, 519, 523, 583, 718, 719, 728, 
729, 734, 762, 773, 776, 794, 801, 
804, 806, 808, 816, 824, 827, 835. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 6, 26, 28, 30. 
Payne, James, petitions Burke for par- 
don and commendation, 16. 276- 
277. 
Payne, James, land grant asked, 4. 

764. 
Payne, James, vestryman, 23. 250. 
Payne, Jolin, asks aid for S. C, 2. 196- 

199. 
Payne, John, co. coms'r, 24. 25-6, 525. 
Payne, John, coms'r of lottery, 23. 

535-7. 
Payne, John, juror, 8. 72. 
Payne, John, land grant to, 4. 948. 
Payne, John, muster to be held at 

house of, 25. 106. 
Payne (Peyne, Payen), Michael, build- 
ing coms'r, 24. 455. 
captain, 10. 187, 287. 
Caswell to forbidding exports, 13. 
92; on exports and answer, 20. 
631, 659. 
collector, 11. 441-442. 
coms'r on Sp. claims, 19. 136, 247-8. 
commissions to be intrusted to, 11. 

473. 

fair judge, 24. 284. 

in assembly, 16. 12, 49, 54, 77, 127, 

152, 156, 165, 167, 169, 175; 17. 

809, 877, 878, 891, 896, 927, 931, 

936, 942, 948, 952, 963; 19. 6, 59, 

61, 87, 97, 391, 393, 394, 406, 422, 

436, 444, 461, 462, 467, 471, 486, 

489, 493, 494, 508, 509, 516, 517, 519, 

523, 528, 533, 539, 540, 550, 578, 

583, 584, 586, 587, 593, 607, 612, 

613, 614, 643, 671, 682, 688, 717, 

719, 728, 729, 737, 738, 739, 744, 

747, 752, 758, 761, 773, 774, 776, 

794, 805, 806, 808, 814, 816, 818, 

821, 824, 827, 829, 830, 832, 834; 

20. 17, 28, 39, 46, 55, 68, 69, 72, 73, 

76, 79, 81, 82, 83, 89, 100, 102, 103, 

112. 

in attack on Pollock, 10. 1032. 

in Conv. 1788, 22j 2, 4, 12, 25, 27, 29. 

on com. of assem., 1 7. 798, 799, 812, 



820, 831, 841, 866, 885, 895, 904, 921, 
922, 932, 956, 974. 
to Burke on commerce, 22. 578. 
to Caswell on commissions to priva- 
teers, 11. 473-474, 520. 
witness in Clay case, 19. 785. 
Payne, Peter, accuses Johnston, 4. 
944. 
coms'r 6f fortifications, 23. 293. 
in assembly, 4. 814, 818, 822, 828, 

830, 831, 832, 1205, 1210. 
on com. of assembly, 4. 816, 817. 
petition on representation act, 4. 
1158-1160, 1161, 1167, 1183-1188, 
1203-1204. 
quoted on determination of northern 
members not to attend assembly, 
4.1189-1190. 
tax collector, 23. 255. 
Payne, Peter, army pay, 17. 240. 
Payne (Paine), Robt., in assem., 20. 
475, 476, 508, 514, 516, 519, 520, 521, 
523, 526, 527, 536, 543, 546, 547, 
550, 554, 565, 567, 587; 21. 366, 582, 
598, 609, 658,. 671, 679, 689, 694, 
696, 697, 729, 730, 732, 740, 781, 
801, 805, 806, 815, 839, 840, 845, 
846, 852, 853, 860, 862, 867, 868. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 36, 46, 49. 
Payne, Samuei, sells, 1. 592. 
Payne, Thos., army rank, 16. 1138. 
Payne, Thos., pensioner, 22. 79. 
Payne, Thos., pensioner, 22. 81. 
Payne, Thos., petition for, 19. 502, 

513, 525. 
Payne, Wm., exempted from pardon, 
7. 951. 
indicted as regulator, 8. 531, 532. 
summoned to coui't, 8. 185. 
Payne, Wm., on com. of assembly, 18. 
5, 21, 47, 54, 57, 58, 91, 93, 128, 141; 
17. 343, 353. 
Paynes, Tarleton, prisoner, 16. 671. 
Paynevllle, J., payment to, 13. 349, 

351. 
Paynor, Elizabeth, petition, 2. 618. 
Paynor, Joseph, released from tax, 2. 

618. 
Paysly, Robert, in Indian war, 10. 754. 
Paysouer's Mill, 8. 751. 
Payton. See Peyton. 
Payton, Robert, a J. P., 2. 638. 
Pea, Elias, wounded prisoner, 15. 169; 

22. 523. 
Pea Hill, 4. 1125. 
I Pea Hill Creek, 2. 784, 810. 
! Peabody, Joseph, a J. P., 7. 702. 



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280 



PEARCE, JOSEPH 



Peabody, Nathaniel, in C. C, 15. 367. 
Peace, Jos., sells horse, 15. 631. 
Peace, act to preserve, 23. 787; 25. 

152-4. 
Peace breakers, Eng. act on in force 

in N. C, 23. 319. 
Peace of 1783, and property of Loyal- 
ists, 16. 452-454. 
Carleton and Digby on, 16. 385-386, 

409. 
commission of Oswald to treat for, 

16. 419-421, 466. 
negotiations for, 16. 440-441. 
proclaimed, 19. 171. 
ratified in 1787, 24. iv. 
resolution of C. C. on, 16. 423-424. 
Washington on, 16. 813-814. 
with Gr. Br., 16. 747-753, 758-759, 
764-765, 773-774, 781, 793, 810, 836, 
845, 848, 856, 857, 861, 865, 867-877, 
880-881, 882-885, 895, 897, 900-906, 
910, 913-916, 918, 920, 932, 955, 957, 
963, 965, 977, 980, 985, 992, 1000- 
1001; 17. v-vi, 4-9, 17-18, 19, 20, 
22-25, 34-35, 49, 51, 90, 92-93, 109, 
125, 144, 187, 188, 551, 588, 606. 
Peachtree Church, 5. 1181. 
Peack, Peter, in militia, 22. 282, 
Peacock (Pocock), Abel, exempted, 

19. 670-671, 707. 
Peacock, Jesse, act for town on lands 
of, 24, 776. 
bill for town on lands of, 17. 336, 
338, 346, 361, 386, 392; 20. 43, 58. 
Peacock, John, act to confiscate 
bridge, 24. 174-5; to vest bridge 
in, 23. 367-368. 
bill to invest bridge in, 4. 1262, 1264, 
1267, 1269, 1270, 1274, 1282, 1288, 
1290, 1291, 1295, 1297, 1300. 
Peacock, J no., army rank, 16. 1137. 
Peacock, John, in army, 13. 517. 
Peacock, Jno., in militia, 22. 282. 
Peacock, Jno., in militia, 22. 282. 
Peacock, John, juror, 4. 52l. 
Peacock, Morrise, burned for murder, 

22. 834. 
Peacock, Richard, prisoner, 14. 747. 
Peacock, Samuel, builds bridge and 
act to vest same in him, 23. 367- 
368. 
Peacock, Sam., in militia, 22. 282. 
Peacock, Samuel, land grants to, 4. 

635, 641, 768. 
Peacock, Wm., allowance to, 22. 834. 
Peacock Swamp, 16. 606. 
Peacocks, Wm., in militia, 22. 349. 



Peacock's Bridge, act on, 24. 310-11. 

British at, 15, 456; near, 15. 495. 

inspection at, 24. 582. 
Peacock's Ridge, bill on road, 19.- 429 

763. 
Pead (Peade), Timothy, daughters of 
2. 297. 

estate administered, 1. 452. 

juror, 1. 388. 

law suit, 1. 402, 419, 

son bound out, 1. 448. 

witness, 1. 431. * 

Pead, William, bound to Gov. Harvey 

1. 448. 

Peak, Edward, claims, 4. 149. 

Peak, Jas., juror, 25, 189, 

Peak, John C, takes oath, 22, 171. 

Peak, Leonard, takes oath, 22 .171. 

Peak, Wm., juror, 4. 523. 

Peake, James, asks for lapse patent, 

2, 487. 

Peal, Daniel, army pay, 17. 240. 
army rank, 15, 727; 16. 1135. 
Peal, Jos., juror, 4, 524. 
Peal, Patrick, army pay, 17, 241. 
Peal, Pearson, army rank, 13. 521 

527; 16, 1137, 
Peale, Daniel, re-enlists, 15, 750. 
Pear, Dick, schoolmaster of wd 22 

778. 
Pearce. See Pearse, Peirce. 
Pearce, Arthur, in army frauds, 18 

251. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 190, 

194, 206, 220, 227, 235, 253. 
Pearce, Arthur, land grant to, 4. 636. 

rights proved, 4. 636. 
Pearce, Edward, arrested for not going 

to war, 2, 125. 
Pearce, Everet, in Conv. 1788, 22, 11, 

26, 28, 31. 
Pearce, George, ensign, 10, 945, 
Pearce, George, exempted, 7, 353. 
Pearce, George, exempted from taxes, 

13, 804, 805. 
Pearce, Hezekiah, resigns as J. P., 18. 

43, 268, 277. 
Pearce, Jacob, army rank, 16. 1133. 

in army, 15. 718. 
Pearce, James, captain, 22. 142. 
Pearce, John, accounts of, 20, 114. 
certificates issued by rec'd 17, 423, 

425. 
Pearce, John, in militia, 22. 162. 
Pearce, John, In militia, 22. 392. 
Pearce, Jos., lieut., 10, 936. 
Pearce, Jos., quit rents of, 22. 253. 



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281 



PEARSON, THOS. W. 



Pearce, Josiah, resigns as lieut., 10. 

943. 
Pearce, Lazarus, a J. P., dropped, 9. 
1229. 
on S. C. of Pitt, 10. 62. 
Pearce, Lazarus, in militia, 22. 320, 

321. 
Pearce, Mary, quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Pearce, Phil., juror, 4. 521. 
Pearce, Phillip, land grant to, 4. 636. 
Pearce, Phil. Grafford, petition on 

separation, 22. 705-12. 
Pearce, Richd., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Pearce, Robert, assaulted, 3. 53, 58-59, 

60-61. 
Pearce, Thos., a J. P., 22. 492, 498. 
Pearce, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Pearce, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Pearce, Wm., land grant to, 4. 643. 
Pearce, Wm., pensioner, 22. 81. 
Pearce, WInsor (Windsor), 22. 215, 
216, 217. 
complaints of, 10. 936. 
resigns as J. P., 20. 64. 
Tory, 16. 205; 17. 349. 
Pearceall. See Pearsall. 
Pearceall, James, owes state, 21. 

1073. 
Pearcell, James, building coms'r, 24, 

769. 
Peare, John, signs Quaker petition, 1. 

252. 
Pearice, Thos., land lapses, 2. '502. 
Pearl, Capt., rank, 16. 665. 
to deliver shoes, 15. 568. 
Pearl, Lieut., gets clothing, 16. 260. 
gets no clothing, 16. 578. 
on board of rearrangement, 16. 575. 
Pearl (Pearle), James, and army 
frauds, 18. 375. 
ensign, 10. 943. 
officer, 18. 486. 
petitions, 19. 933, 935. 
rank, 16. 71, 576, 608, 1136. 
receives pay for soldiers, 17. 197, 

206, 215, 220, 227, 233. 
signs Cumberland Co. Ass'n, 10. 29- 

30. 
to Sumner on militia and deserters, 
16. 477. 
Pearl ash, act for bounty on, 23. 923-4. 
Pearle, James, Cont. capt., 22. 1049. 
Pearls, fishing for considered, 1. 383. 

to go to Proprs., 25. 135. 
Pearry, Jas., in militia, 22. 307. 
Pears. See Pear. 
Pears, Brigade Major, 12. 475. 



Pears, Maj., 12. 470. 

Pearsall. See Pearceall, Pearcell. 

Pearsall, Edward, petition, 19. 451, 

454, 478, 485, 797, 827. 
Pearsall, James, in Conv. 1789, 22. 37, 

46, 49. 
Pearse. See Pearce, Peirce. 
Pearse, Abner, army rank, 16. 1140. 
Pearse, Edmund, land grants to, 4. 615, 

616, 641. 
Pearse, Israel, army rank, 16. 1139. 
Pearson. See Person. 
Pearson, , commands the Serapis, 

15. 339. 

Pearson, , on the Creed, 2. 120. 

Pearson, Mr., draft, 6. 231. 
Pearson, Capt., 22. 107. 
Pearson, Col., tory, 22. 229. 
Pearson, Henry, asks for new county, 

9. 92. 
Pearson, J., 17. 572. 
Pearson, J., petitions for Windsor a C. 

H., 9. 804-805. 
Pearson, James, exempted, 4. 726. 
Pearson, John, commissioner on S. C. 

boundary, 5. 490-491. 
Pearson, John, regulators' entry on 

causes of, 8. 238. 
Pearson, Jos., 20. 633. 
Pearson, Jos., juror, 4. 521. 
Pearson, Jos., land grant to, 4. 588. 
Pearson, Richard, in assembly, 18. 

236, 258, 284, 298, 312, 317, 344, 

345, 346, 351, 357, 361, 362, 376, 

389, 399, 412, 429, 440, 445, 468, 

469, 470, 471. 
Pearson (Person), Richmond, act for 

him to collect specific tax arrears, 

24. 627-8. 
bill for him to collect tax, 18. 112, 

343; to collect tax arrears, 19. 

642, 696. 
in assembly, 20. 226, 229, 238, 239, 

240, 246, 275, 285, 287, 288. 
on com. of assem., 18. 15, 33, 102, 

242, 262, 334. 
Pearson (Person), Samuel, militiamen, 

9. 344, 689. 
Pearson, Thos., account for freight on 

arms, 5. 237. 
Pearson, Thos., army rank, 16. 1137. 
Pearson, Thos., capital coms'r, 23. 348. 
in assembly, 4. 815, 822, 832, 839. 
tax collector, 23. 255. 
See also Person, Thomas. 
Pearson, Thos. W., representation of, 

21. 810, 977, 978. 



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282 



PEE DEE RIVER 



Pearson, Thos. W., witness, 22. 473, 

482. 
Pearson, Thos. Wheelwright, petition 

and allowance to, 18. 59, 291, 295. 
Pearson, Wheelwright, a J. P., 4. 970. 
Pearson, Will, in militia, 22. 308. 
Pearson (Person?), Wm., clerk of 

elections, 6. 405. 
Pearson, Wm., in militia, 22. 307. 
Pearsy, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Peartree, Thos., exempted, 4. 501. 
Peartree, Thomas, exempted, 5. 1008. 
Peary, Valentine, pay to, 22. 490. 
Peas, act to forbid exportation, 25. 

255-6, 326-7. 
exportation forbidden, 7. 226-227, 

428. 
Peaseley. See Paisley. 
Peasley, Col., causes election row, 10. 

921-922. 
paper to, 16. 470. 
report on reg't of, 15. 162. 
Peasley, John, army pay, 17. 238. 
Peasley, John, makes Gorrell commis- 
sary, 10. 668. 
to Sumner on defeat of Tories, 14. 

790. 
Peasly, John, confiscation coms'r, 24. 

467, 874. 
Peasly, Wm., petitions for Fields, 10. 

803-804. 
Peather, Thomas, drowned, 6. 211, 212. 
Peatty, Parson, a prisoner, 10. 486. 
Peavey, Thos., army rank, 16. 1132. 
Peay, George, petition, 9. 806-808. 
Peay, George, petition, 18. 145, 178, 

203, 395, 448. 
Peay, Wm., receives pay for soldiers, 

17. 211, 212, 221, 224, 236, 251. 
Pebeer, Ellas, Watauga to be annexed, 

10. 708-711. 
Peck, Fed rick, in militia, 22. 165. 
Peck, Fredk., army rank, 16. 1132. 
Peck, James, asks for lapsed land, 2. 

486. 
Peck, John, in militia, 22. 164. 
Peck, John Comes, in militia, 22. 164. 
Peck, Jos., army rank, 16. 1138. 
Peck, Wm., petition on separation, 22. 

705-9. 
Peck, Wm., quit rents of, 22. 242. 
Peckersgill, , land grant to, 4. 

333. 
Peddan, Thomas, in army, 15. 722. 
Peddlers, act for tax on, 25. 498-9; to 

license, 23. 371-375, 674. 
bill for tax on, 7. 313, 322, 324, 327, 



338, 377, 384, 388, 398, 408, 404-405, 
406, 421; to alter act to license, 5. 
42, 43, 45, 46, 49, 50, 60, 62, 64, 69, 
71, 72, 75, 76; to licence. 4. 1325, 
1326, 1327-1328, 1342, 1343, 1346, 
1347, 1348; 6. 353, 354, 382-383, 
391. 
law for tax on disallowed, 7. 873-874. 
tax on to be repealed, 7. 547. 

Peddriok, Peter, witness, 9. 1062. 

Peddy, Andrew, pensioner, 22. 81. 

Pedestals, made for use of assembly, 
12. 96, 97. 

Pedon, Thomas, army pay, 17. 239. 

Pedro, Capt., prisoner, 22. 268. 

Pedro, Peter, goods stolen from, 2. 
557. 

Pee, George, exempted from taxes, 13. 
827, 828, 829, 918. 
recommended for exemption, 14. 
292. 

Pee, Jona, army rank, 16. 1137. 

Pee Dee, 16. 267, 283, 688, 689, 1198; 
19. 738, 963, 966, 983, 984; 21. 
757; 22. 114, 134, 145, 197, 228, 
1023; 25. 480. 
troops to be sent to, 14. 391. 

Pee Dee Baptist Asso'n, Mstory, 5. 
1185-1186. 

Pee Dee church, 5. 1186. 

Pee Dee District, Onslow Co., 23. 221. 

Pee Dee Ferry, 14. 561. 

Pee Dee men, defeat McNeill, 22. 553. 

Pee Dee (Pedee) River, 2. 778; 4. 258, 
647, 648, 664, 668, 669, 670, 671, 
672, 690, 691, 693, 698, 760, 1079, 
1126; 5. 354, 355, 358, 641, 770; 6. 
606, 610, 611, 744, 772; 7. 1004; 8. 
xvi, 52, 161, 597; 10. 128; 11. 
130, 131, 150, 189, 834; 13. 310, 
337; 14. X, 9, 396, 423, 446, 522, 
523, 525, 526, 539, 544, 556, 561, 
580, 599, 605. 612, 617, 620, 621, 
622, 623, 624, 635, 636, 637, 649, 
652, 665, 673, 674, 681, 683, 686, 
697, 726, 733, 738, 741, 746, 751, 
832, 856, 857, 858; 15. 10, 17, 19, 
26, 50, 63, 139, 179, 184, 250, 251, 
259, 261, 263, 264, 267, 276, 279, 
281, 303, 314, 343, 344, 356, 415, 
434, 435, 440, 451, 783; 16. 627; 
19. 963; 21. 17, 23; 22. 582; 23. 
343, 344; 24. 232, 287. 
act for ferry over, 23. 972-3; for 
town on, 23. 399; 25. 272-3; on 
passage of fish, 23. 909-10; 24. 
849-50; on destruction of fish in, 



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283 



PEETE, SAMUEL 



23. 657; 25. 489. 

and S. C. boundary, 3. 435; 4. 28; 
5. xxxvii, xxxviii, 374, 381, 382, 
383, 384, 386; 6. 1024; 7. 865. 

Baptists, 5. 1168. 

bill for tobacco inspection, 20. 
488, 509; for town on, 5. 42, 43, 
44, 46, 49, 59, 60, 61, 63, 66, 68, 
182, 183, 187, 188, 193, 196, 198, 
199, 205, 206, 209; on fish, 20. 170, 
180, 181, 355; to keep open, 18. 
191, 204, 418, 430; to prevent build- 
ing of mill on, 21. 757, 907, 908, 
910, 921; to prevent destruction of 
fish in, B. 1236, 1240, 1253, 1289, 
1292, 1297, 1298; 7. 92; 8. 97, 101, 
103, 104, 112, 119-120, 133, 137, 140, 
153-154. 

British on, 14. 380, 503; and Amer- 
icans on, 17. 981, 996, 1017. 

cattle and horses to be collected on, 
15. 206. 

corn on, 14. 445. 

defence of considered, 14. 683. 

disaffection in, 15. 284. 

grant on, 4. 295; to Crymble and 
Huey on, 4. 253, 254, 255, 256, 
259; to Zinzendorf on, 7. 285. 

Greene on, 14. 485. 

Harrington to, 14. 418. 

inspection on, 25. 313, 379. 

Kenan acts on, 15. vi. 

Kosciusko on, 16. iv. 

line of posts on proposed, 14. 481. 

McCuUoh lands on, 5. xxxii, 622; 6. 
533, 570. 

mills on threatened, 14. 399. 

missionary needed on, 4. 878. 

number of settlers on, 4. xl. 

petition from for new county, 4. 887- 
889. 

proposed as dividing line for Anson 
Co., 12. 282-283. 

provisions on, 14. 412, 415, 418, 434. 

quarrels and murders west of, 5. 382, 
388. 

report from, 15. 2, 3. 

section of in rebellion, 1 5. 269 ; rises 
against Br., 15. 266, 269. 

settlers on, 4. xxi, 721. 

should be occupied by Gates, 15. 
779. 

S. C. line run to, 6. 777. 

to be patroled, 14. 431, 432. 

to be surveyed, 5. 490. 

Tories on, 22. 584; defeated, 15. 7. 

troops on, 14. 475, 512, 513. 



wanted by Burrington as N. C. 

boundary, 3. 154. 
warehouse wanted on, 8. 78. 
Pee Dee Section, 14. xiv. 

troops from, 22. 548, 549. 
Peeble, John, presents address to as- 
sembly, 9. 176-177. 
Peebles, Mr., 14. 124. 
Peebles, David, signs Pitt Asso., 10. 

221. 
Peebles, Robert, arrests Sutton, 16. 
243. 
Burke to on case of Sutton, 16. 

550; on wagons, 16. 554. 
in assembly, 13. 625, 690, 697, 708, 
709, 717, 785, 811, 824, 913, 925, 966, 
975, 980, 982, 984, 988, 990, 999; 
17. 715; 19. 375, 377, 379, 382, 
385, 388, 389; 20. 120, 121, 167, 238, 
239, 240, 246, 276, 285, 287, 288. 
in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 6, 7, 26, 28, 30. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 38, 46, 49. 
major of light horse, 13. 7S4f. 
on com. of assem., 13. 699, 761, 819, 
915; 17. 647; 727, 731, 755. 
Peed's, regulators assemble at, 7. 819. 
Peek, John Comer, dam coms'r, 24. 

938. 
Peeke (Peak, Peake), James, gets out 
out attachment, 2. 694. 
juror, 2. 408, 409, 473, 556, 655. 
Peek's Hill, 12. 519. 
Peeksklll (Peckskill), N. Y., 11. 636. 
779; 13. 496; 14. 59, 331, 363. 
reinforcements to Washington from, 
11. 648. 
Peel, Francis, in militia, 22. 496. 
Peel, Robert, land grant to, 1. 60, 61. 
Peelar, IVIichael, asks relief from 

church tax, 9. 95-96. 
Peele, Samuel, admitted to citizenship, 

13. 652. 
Peele, Wm., petitions for citizenship 

for father, 13. 652. 
Peeler (?) IVIr., quoted on exchange, 

16. 543. 
Peeler, IVIichael, 8. 749. 
Peeler family, 8. 744, 746. 
Peeler, Christian, asks relief from 

church tax, 9. 95-96. 
Peeny, John, lapse patent to, 2. 678- 

679. 
Peers (Purs, Purss), Henry, allowance 
to, 17. 422. 
petition, 18. 83, 183, 315, 319, 410, 
416. 
Peete, Samuel, in assembly, 21. 194, 



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284 



PELHAM, T. 



196, 208, 230, 234, 264, 288, 294, 303, 
305, 311, 332, 345, 355, 367, 372, 
432, 433, 581, 597, 650, 653. 
in Conv. 1789, 22. 38, 47, 48. 
petition for exemption of estate 
from coniiscation, 12. 751. 

Peete, Wm., prays for exemption of 
estate from confiscation act, 12. 
751. 

Peevel, John, army rank, 16. 1138, 

Pegee, Capt., wounded, 15. 638. 

Peget, Gen., commands Br. in R. I., 
22. 976. 

Pegg, John, land lapses, 2. 772. 

Peggs, , taxable, 15. 191. 

Peggs, John, asks for lapse patent, 2. 
495. 

Peggs, J no., in militia, 22. 349. 

Peggs, John, juror, 4. 519. 

Peggs, Joseph, asks for lapse patent, 
2. 496. 
proves account, 2. 148. 
witness, 2. 89, 96. 

Peggs, Jos., in militia, 22. 350. 

Peggy, ship, 5. 792. 

Peggy, sloop, 5. 757. 

Peggy, sloop, brings in goods, 9. 1134, 
1143, 1170. 
captured by the Siyren, 10. 462-463. 

Peggy, snow, 10. 6, 52, 655. 
Martin on, 10. 486. 

Pegram (Peegram), Daniel, claims al- 
lowed, 9. 133, 206, 212, 214, 21b, 
220. 
pensioned, 9. 131, 206, 213, 214, 220. 
wounded at Alamance, 23. 481. 

Pegram, Dan'l, in militia, 22. 373. 

Pegram, Gideon, in militia, 17. 1057. 

Pegues, Mr., 21. 522. 

Pegues, Col., 17. 129. 

Pegues (?), Wm., nominated as com- 
missary, 15. 139. 

Pegues, Wm., Harrington to on flag of 
truce for Mrs. H., 15. 406. 

Pegues, Wm., petitions on land grants, 
9. 1260-1263. 

Pegues, Mrs. Wm., 15. 406. 

Pegus, Claudius, cartel signed at 
house of, 15. 451. 

Peine, Lazarus, patroler, 10. 63. 

Peirce. See Pearce, Pears. 

Pelrce, , a Quaker, has his child- 
ren christened, 2. 153. 

Pelrce, Ed., juror, 25. 189. 

Pelrce, Edward, buys land, 1. 549. 

Peirce, Edmund, land grant asked for, 
4. 440. 



land grant to, 4. 70, 343. 
Peirce, John, land lapses, 2. 674. 
Peirce, John, law suit, 1. 482. 
Peirce, Lazarus, a J. P., 23. 994. 
Peirce, Lazarus, Jr., land grant to, 4. 

946. 
Pelrce, Richard, land grant to, 4. -75, 

634. 
Peirce, Sarah, lapse patent to, 2. 674. 
Peirce, Theopilus, land grant to, 4. 

707. 
Peirce, Thomas, asks for lapsed land, 

2. 355. 
Peirce, Thos., land grant to, 4. 588, 

628. 
Pelrce, Thos., Jr., petition about road, 
2. 509-510. 
witness, 2. 659. 
Peirce, Thos., law suit, 1. 481. 
Peirce, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Peirce, Wm., army pay, 17. 239. 
Peland, Ed., in militia, 22. 360. 
Peland, Jas., in militia, 22. 360. 
Pelfe, Robt., in militia, 22. 350. 
Pelfe, Wm., in militia, 22. 350. 

Pelham, . dispute of settled, 12. 

477. 
Pelham, Mr., 3. 85. 
Pelham, Mr., claims settled, 11. 745. 
Pelham, Charles, prisoner, 16. 671. 
Pelham, Henry, M. P., 3. 7. 

signs order of -King, 5. 615-16. 
Pelham, J., at Board of Trade meet- 
ings, 4. 268-270, 325-328, 610-614, 
5. 649-653, 805-810, 987-989. 
on appointment of Henley as chief 

justice, 5. 403. 
on repeal of laws and enactment of 

new ones, 5. 397-399, 404-407. 
on size of land grants and cultiva- 
tion, 5. 443. 
to King on coui-t acts, 6. 25-28; on 
public bills acts, 6. 22-4; on size 
of land grants, 5. 396-397. 
Pelham, T., at Board of Trade meet- 
ing, 2. 299-301; 3. 61-65, 124-133, 
210-11, 394-8, 630-2; 4. 209-15. 
on appointment of Johnston, 3. 439. 
to Burrington on Smith, 3. 344-345. 
to Gooch on boundary survey, 3. 16, 

20. 
to Johnston on public affairs, 4. 16- 

17, 200-202. 
to King on courts for trial of pi- 
rates, 3. 81-82; on McCuUoh's oft 
setting quit rents with S. C. debts, 
11. 119-120; on McCuUoh's quit 



PELHAM, WILLIAM 



285 



PENDLETON, HENRY 



rents petition, 5. 122-3; on N. C. 
affairs, 3. 497; on seal, 3. 75, 79; 
on Swiss, 4. 166-168. 
to Newcastle and the King on in- 
structions to Burrington, 3. 86, 87- 
88. 
to Newcastle on appointment of 
Burrington, 2. 65-66; on Everard, 
3. 25; on Everard's land grants, 
3. 83; on Johnston's instructions, 
3. 497-498; on seal, 3. 120; on 
threatened Indian War, 3. 345. 

Pelham, Wm., exempted, 6. 664-665. 

Pelkington, Seth, land grant to, 4. 68. 

Pell, Gilbert, army rank, 16. 1138. 

Pell, Jno., in militia, 22. 310. 

Pell, John, juror, 4. 52o! 

Pell, John, quit rents of, 22. 247. 

Pellivoup, John, ment'd, 1. 579. 

Pellou, Dr., pay to, 18. 540. 

Pelock, Stephen, army pay, 17. 240. 

Pelrod, Tim, land grant to, 4. 590. 

Pelt, Jno., quit rents of, 22. 253. 

Pelt, Joshua, army pay, 17. 241. 

Pelyou, Abraham, regulator, 7. 79. 

Pemaquld, exposed position, 1. 547. 

Pemberton, Ed., in militia, 22. 280. 

Pemberton, J., claims coms'r, 22. 236. 

Pemberton, James, petitions for Mc- 
Dugall, 9. 683-684. 

Pemberton, John, petitions for Mc- 
Dugal, 9. 683-684. 

Pemberton, Richard, building coms'r, 
24. 288. 

Pembroke, Earl, orders escort for Pal- 
atines, 1. 909. 
letter on customs laws, 1. 458-9. 
on customs, 1. 492. 

Pembroke, Daniel, imported, 1. 393. 

Pembroke, seat of A. Nash, 9. 1132. 

Pemel, Jno., army rank, 16. 1133. 

Pemplico River, 1. 333. 
See also Pamlico River." 

Pen, Mr., 9. 1024. 

Pen, Peter, in militia, 22. 392. 

Penby, John, pensioner, 22. 80. 

Pendar, Paul, land grant to, 4. 768. 

Pendell, Dr., 14. 756. 

Pender, , negro, 12. 360. 

Pender, John, capt. Of the Edwards, 

12. 360. 

Pender, Jno. Arnel, in militia, 22. 382. 

Pender, John Coor, 22. 549. | 

in assembly, 21. 872, 873, 930, 937, | 

941, 946, 965, 970, 980, 1003, 1004, [ 

1006, 1012, 1015, 1021, 1032, 105, i 

1055. i 



sheriff, 22. 1078. 
Pender, Joseph, a J. P., 23. 993. 
Pender, Jos., and parole, 19. 17. 
Pender, Martin, rights proved, 4. 705. 
Pender, Rigdeon, character, 14. 854. 
Pendergast, Mr., 14. 700. 
Pendergast, Wm., to Gates on provi- 
sions, 14. 641, 757-758. 
Pendergrass, David, army pay, 17 

239. 
army rank, 15. 720; 16. 1135. 
Pendergrass, David, in militia, 22 

163. 
Pendergrass, Jacob, army pay, 17 

239. 
Pendergrass, Job, army rank, 16. 1140. 
Pendergrass, Jno., army rank, 15. 719- 

16. 1137. 
Pendergrass, John, asks relief from 

church tax, 9. 95-96. 
Pendergrass, Raleigh, army pay, 17. 

241. 
Pendergrass, Wm., orders beef, 19. 

322. 
Pendergrast, Mr., 14. 467. 
Pendergrast, Mr., cattle to, 14. 446. 
Penders, John, land grant to, 4. 896. 
Pendland, Wm., lieut., 10. 320. 
Pendleton, Mr., 11. 264. 
Pendleton, Mr., escapes from prison, 

14. 861. 
Pendleton, Mrs., 15. 177. 
Pendleton, Capt., takes prizes, 13. 

482. 
Pendleton, Judge, 16. 16. 

escapes from Charleston, 15. 254. 
Pendleton, Benj., army rank, 16. 1139. 
Pendleton, Edmund, army rank, 16. 

1135. 
Pendleton, Edmund, land patent con- 
firmed, 24. 447. 
Pendleton, Edmund, Lee to on de- 
fence of Sullivan's Island, 10. 

618-18a. 
memorial on lands, 16. 44, 58, 59. 
Pendleton, Edmund, petition, 19. 31, 

33, 43. 
to Council of Safety on powder and 

troops, 11. 273-274. 
to Howe on his work in Norfolk 

and return to N. C, 11. 274-275. 
to Prov. Council on Howe's service 

at Norfolk, 11. 270. 
Pendleton, Geo., in militia, 22. 349. 
Pendleton, Henry, a J. P., 4. 895, 965. 
Pendleton, Henry, attorney, 7. 843; 

for crown, 8. 235. 



PENDLETON, HENRY 



286 



PENN, JOHN 



Pendleton, Henry, juror, 1. 592. 
bound over to court, 2. 86. 
tried for Sabbath breaking, 2. 365, 

404, 411. 
Pendleton, Henry, witness, 8. 399. 
Pendleton, Hiram, army rank, 16, 

1140. 
pensioner, 22. 80. 
Pendleton, Jenny, negro slave, 2. 114. 
Pendleton, John, authorized to seize 

negro, 1 0. 575. 
Pendleton, Jno., juror, 25. 187. 
Pendleton, John, witness, 2. 542. 
Pendleton, Jos., juror, 4. 519. 
Pendleton, N., to Irish on arms for N. 

C, 16. 626, 628. 
Pendleton, Robt., in militia, 22. 349. 
Pendleton, Sylvanus, commands the 

King Tammany, and to cruise, 1 0. 

875, 877. 
Pendleton, Thos., a J. P., 4. 346, 813. 
in assembly, 4. 493, 497, 818, 827. 
juror, 4. 519. 

land grant to, 4. 448, 634, 636. 
on com. of assembly, 4. 832. 
Pendleton, Thomas, grand juror, 1. 

588. 
Pendleton, Thos., lapse patent to, 2. 

767. 
law suit, 2. 114-115. 
Pendleton, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 

250. 
Pendleton, Tim., in militia, 22. 350. 
Pendleton, Uriah, army pay, 17. 241. 
Pendleton Co., Va., 8. 781. 
Penet, Peter, reports on Amer. needs, 

16. 921, 922. 
Peney, Wm., petitions for extension 

of power of J. P.', 7. 874-875. 
Penlger, Martin, army rank, 16. 1138. 
Penington. See Pennington. 
Penington, Levi, asks pardon for Ham- 
ilton, 9. 84-85; for Hunter, 9. 86. 
Peninsular of Pennsylvania, 17. 1022. 
Penket, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 625. 
Penland, George, asks for new county, 

9. 92. 
Penland, Tobert, asks for new county, 

9. 92. 
Penland, W.m., asks for new county, 

9. 92. 
Penmann, Edward, kind to American 

prisoners, 15. 394. 
Penn (Pen), Mr., 7. 514. 
Penn, Mr., proprietor of Pa., 5. 110. 
Penn, Gov., 10. 406. 
Penn, Abraham, at council on Tories, 



15. 123-124. 

Penn, John, 10. 448, 483, 850, 864, 866, 
871, 889; 11. 543, 559, 569, 637, 
639, 648, 656, 662, 688, 694, 739, 
808; 13. 136, 200, 201, 329, 361, 
379, 380, 385, 386, 392, 483; 14. 
11, 211, 219, 231, 254, 456, 647, 
652, 656, 662, 720; 15. 119, 707; 

16. 659; 22. 970, 972. 

a candidate for Cont. Cong., 1 1 . 453, 
457. 

a correspondent of T. Person, 8. 
xxix. 

and election of N. C. brigadiers, 22. 
520. 

and nomination of Clark as briga- 
dier, 15. 747, 748. 

arrives in Phila., 1 1 . 511. 

bills to for goods for N. C, 10. 852, 
854, 855. 

Burke to on attending council, 15. 
563-564. 

Campbell to offering to take oath, 

13. 86-87. 

Caswell to on movement of troops, 

11. 602; on public affairs, 13. 7- 

8, 31-32, 37, 43, 207-208. 
clothing to, 14. 715. 
code coms'r, 23. 987. 
com. on accounts of, 19. 488, 828, 

835. 
com. of S. to on Cherokee war, etc., 

11. 343-345, 349-351; on mills, 11. 

336; on public affairs, 11. 300- 

302. 
denounced by Johnston, 11. 504; 

by C. Lee, 14. 274. 
Henderson (?) to on public affairs, 

14. 266-268 (?). 

holds draft from Ashe. 11. 512. 

in assembly, 12. 91; 19. 372. 

in C. C, 10. 204, 553; 11. 337, 470-1, 
479; 12. V, 26, 45, 66, 67, 602, 608, 
711, 715, 718, 774, 831; 13. vii, 102, 
112-113, 408-409, 754, 755, 756, 757, 
807, 808, 811, 814, 815, 816, 969; 
14. vli; 10. 582, 907, 908. 

in C. of S. 16. 90, 95; 17. 810, 812, 
893, 895, 896, 900; 19. 67, 59, 185, 
188, 311, 312, 855, 868, 869, 875, 
878. 

In Phila., 11. 494. 

in Prov. Cong., 10. 165, 167, 173, 
500, 516, 523, 536. 

in vice admiralty dist. of Phila, 11. 
218. 

introduces preachers to Bennehan, 



PENN, JOHN 



287 



PENNAL, JOHN 



7. 149-150. 
Johnston to on raising of troops and 
invasion of Clinton, 10. 494-495. 
judge, 22. 907. 
leaves for C. C, 11. 500. 

letter from, 14. 769; laid before 
gen. assem., 12. 820; 13. 400, 
734m. 

memorial on expenses, 19. 409, 411, 
535, 537, 735. 

nom. as delegate to C. C, 12. 232, 
413. 

on Board of War, 14. 376, 421, 424, 
769; 15. vii; 17. 704, 783. 

on clothing troops, 1 1 . 345-346. 

on com. of assembly, 12. 4, 9, 11, 
17, 22. 

on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 169, 174, 
193, 516, 522, 527, 546, 552, 560, 
564, 568. 

opposes session of o. and t. ct. in 
Orange, 11. 435. 

payment to as delegate, 13. 351, 
352. 

position in Cont. Cong, discussed, 
13. 200-1. 

quoted on sending of money, 11. 
511. 

school trustee, 24. 297. 

sells horse, 19. 928. 

sick, 14. 471. 

summoned before assembly to re- 
port on C. C, 13. 833, 922, 926. 

Sumner to on evacuation of Char- 
lotte, 14. 785-786; on movement of 
troops, 14. 777-778; on move- 
ments of troops and militia and 
answer, 14. 780, 781. 

thanked, 13. 854. 

thanked by the assembly, 13. 555, 
557-558, 569, 653, 673. 

to on Continental affairs, 10. 

616-617. 

to Burke, sick, declines office, 15. 
560. 

to Caswell on battle of Brandywlne, 
11. 625-626; on clothing and cur- 
rency, 22. 987-9; on defeat of 
Burgoyne, 2. 654; on public af- 
fairs, 11. 503, 514-515, 516, 641- 
642, 644-645, 649-650, 659, 660, 666, 
667,' 736;. 13. 3-4, 196-197, 198, 214- 
215, 216, 237-238, 242-244, 247, 264, 
463-464, 14. 47-48, 88-90, 154-157, 
22. 984-5; on recruiting troops, 
15. 334-335; on representation in 
C. C, 22. 975-6; on So. campaign. 



and arms, 15. 323-324, 325; on 
state of war, 22. 972-3. 

to C. of S. on ammunition, etc., for 
N. C, 10. 754-757; on Cherokee 
War and public matters, 10. 679- 
680; on clothing for soldiers, am- 
munition, etc., 10. 718-22; on Lord 
Howe's plan for peace and public 
affairs, 10. 801-2; on more 
troops and iron workers, 10. 804- 
807; on N. C. troops for N. Y., 10. 
791; on pay and bounties for 
troops, 10. 740-741; on powder, 
10. 727-728; on public affairs, 10. 
810-815. 

to Gates on provisions, 14. 640. 

to Harrington on movements of 
troops, 15. 412-413; on provisions 
for army, 15. 414. 

to Mebane on provisions, 14. 639. 

to Person on Br. army and public af- 
fairs, 10. 455-456; on opinion held 
by N. C, 10. xi-xii; on public af- 
fairs, 10. 448-450; on situation in 
Cont. Cong., 10. xvii. 

to Prov. Council on expedition 
against Cherokees, 10. 730-732; 
on Regulators, 8. xxii-xxiii. 

to receive money from Cont. Treas- 
ury, 14. 101. 

to run against Hewes for Cont. 
Cong., 11. 720. 

to send war stores to N. C, 1 0. 355. 

to Sumner on danger of second de- 
feat, etc., 14. 774; on service of 
militia, 14. 782. 

to Williams on C. C, etc., 15. 453, 
454. 

tobacco of refused, 22. 602. 
Penn, Thos., nom. for brig, gen., 12. 

103. 
Penn, William, and the making of 
temporary laws in Pa., 2. 143. 

brief and plain scheme to make colo- 
nies more useful, 1. 473-474. 

favors DeGraffenried's search for 
silver mine, 1. 960-961. 

furnishes germ of American Union, 
5. xxi. 

gov. of Pa., 1. 531. 

grant to, 1 . 441. 

limits of patent, 1. 890. 

pernicious principles of, 1. 371. 

petitions King, 1. 470-471. 

proposed meeting with, 1. 543. 
Penn, Wm., welcomes Germans, 8. 728. 
Pennal, John, army pay, 17. 240. 



PENNELL, JOSEPH 



288 



PENNSYLVANIA 



Pennell, Jos., letter of ment'd, 17. 

73; on debts to U. S., 17. 69-70. 
Pennell, Joseph, to Dry on seizure of 

vessels, 7. 177-8. 
Pennelton, Bajamon, asks for new 

county, 9. 92. 
Pennibacker's Mill, 11. 642, 779, 
Pennil, Reuben, pensioner, 22. 81. 
Penning, George, in assem., 2. 575. 
Pennlnger, Martin, pensioner, 22. 80. 
Pennington. See Penington. 
Pennington, , reinstated as comp- 
troller, 7. 189. 
Pennington, Mr., and Stamp Act pro- 
ceedings, 7. 171, 172, 173. 
seizes brig, 7. 159. 
Pennington, Col., goes to N. Y., 15. 

537. 
treatment on Stamp act, 7. ix. 
Pennington, Benaja, Jr., asks for new 

county, 9. 92. 
Pennington, Benaja, Sr., asks for new 

county, 9. 92. 
Pennington, Ephraim, exempted, 6. 

829. 
Pennington, Henry, asks pardon for 

Fruit, 9. 93-94. 
Pennington, Jacob, building coms'r, 

24. 973. 
Pennington, Kincher, pensioner, 22. 

81. 
Pennington, Micage, asks for new 

county, 9. 92. 
Pennington, Wm., army record, 13. 

479. 
Pennington, Wm., army rank, 16. 

1196. 
Pennington, Wm., artilleryman, 15. 

734. 
Penniwell, Robert, attached, 1. 406. 
Pennsylvania, 1. 968, 972; 2. 18, 643; 

5. X, XX, xxvi, xxvii, xxviii, xlvii, 
11, 110, 111, 251, 252, 322, 356, 
400, 926, 1151, 1156, 1157, 1200, 
1201, 1202, 1203, 1215, 1222, 1223; 

6. 317, 610, 784; 7. 459, 848, 849; 8. 
viii, XXV, xxvi, 73, 636, 734, 735, 
754, 777, 793, 794, 795, 796; 9. 14, 
34, 37, 820, 1066, 1067; 10. 46, 226, 
302, 355, 447, 448, 511, 616, 806, 
993; 11. 137, 217, 291, 292, 384, 
389, 390, 461, 593, 607, 621, 638, 
641, 647, 656, 657, 659, 665, 668, 
677, 681, 685, 693, 695, 733, 750, 
780, 784, 785, 801, 806, 808, 813, 
818, 819, 821, 825; 12. v, 465, 480, 
484, 490, 518, 519, 523, 529, 531, 



532, 544, 819, 827; 13. viii, xiv, 
1, 25, 53, 66, 119, 136, 178, 195, 
333, 366, 370, 372, 378, 404, 414, 
496; 14. 49, 156, 157, 259, 285, 329, 
355, 563; 15. 12, 386, 401, 536; 
16. 236, 237, 419, 420, 615, 651, 
659, 756, 853, 881, 883, 889, 893, 
1001, 1141, 1192; 17. 5, 26, 71, 72, 
98, 100, 103, 158, 452, 459, 461; 
18. 540, 574, 596, 651; 19. 964; 
20. 694, 746, 763, 775; 21. 933, 
989; 22. 33, 102, 112, 126, 135, 
143, 151, 153, 196, 573, 730, 901, 
966, 973, 990, 1015, 1016. 

act to forfeit charter, 1. 552-554; to 
restore to crown, 25. 149-50; to 
strain trade of, 1 0. 109-112, 113. 

aid in French War, 5. 136, 447. 

allowance to Loan office, 20. 652. 

Amer. blunders in, 22. 974. 

and French War, 5. 562, 578, 601. 

and Indian boundary, 7. 537. 

and trade with Eng., 16. 883-884. 

and U. S. duties, 18. 499, 500, 501, 
558, 580-581, 650, 654, 655, 660, 681, 
682, 683, 692, 737-740. 

asked for powder for N. C, 10. 338; 
to raise militia, 17. 89. 

asks aid against Indians, 16. 410. 

assembly of to delegates in C. C. 
on control of trade, 17. 28-29. 

Baptists from, 7. 287. 

boundaries to be examined, 1. 890. 

British grievances against, 18. 562; 
to send army to, 22. 516. 

builds galleys, 22. 969! 

course of emigration from, 5. 318. 

charter of, 2. 383. 

character of attorney general, 1. 
463-464; of Indians, 4. 1313. 

Cherokees to be used on frontiers, 
5. 927. 

completes quotas, 15. 492. 

composition of settlers, 8. 728. , 

conference with governor on French 
War, 5. 750-2. 

constitution considered, 10. 819- 
820. 

contributions to N. C, 4. xxii. 

court act ment'd, 2. 816. 

courts of judicature, 2. 684. 

currency, 16. 430, 432. 

cut off from trade, 10. 58. 

danger from, 11. 419-420. 

disturbances in, 1. 371. 

divided on Rev. war, 22. 973. 

emigration to, 5. 472. 



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289 



PENNSYLVANIA 



exports by way of, 5. 317, 318; 6. 
1029, 1031. 

favors assumption, 22. 795. 

flax exports by way of to Ireland, 5. 
xlii. 

flour ordered from, 1. 912. 

foils Conn., 17. 99. 

free, 16. 749; 17. 5. 

friendly to Br., 1 7. 1022. 

galleys of attack ships, 10. 606. 

German spoken in, 8. 730. 

Germans come in from, 9. 630; set- 
tle in, 8. 728. 

goods shipped to from Edenton, 13. 
19. 

gov. to stop illegal trade, 1. 461. 

governors of, 1. 530, 531. 

grant to W. Penn, 1. 441. 

has uni-cameral system, 10. xx, 868. 

illegal trade, 1. 467-468. 

illegal trade with C, 1 . 461, 467. 

immigration from, 4. xxi, 1074, 1312 ; 
6. 614, 1037; 7. 285; 8. 728, 729, 
1203, 1204, 1218, 1223, 1225, 1226; 
6. 614, 1037; 7. 285; 8. 728, 729, 
730, 732, 733, 734, 736, 737, 741, 
744, 746-747, 748, 750, 752, 759, 
760; 11. 431. 

imports from, 2. 156. 

Irish immigrants by way of, 5. xlvi. 

jealous of western territory, 1 1, 377. 

judges in considered, 6. 585. 

law for settling accounts, 16. 800- 
809. 

laws examined by Board of Trade, 

1. 552; sent to N. C, 18. 247; 22. 
991. 

liberty spirit in, 9. 1156. 

little hope of aid from, 5. 400, 407. 

location, 1. 468; 2. 351; of Germans 
in, 8. 729. 

martial spirit in, 9. 1249. 

militia called for, 14. 214; in battle 
of Germantown, 1 1 . 643 ; to be 
raised against Indians, 1 1 . 449. 

money granted to by Cont. Cong., 
14. 1. 

Moravian mission in, 5. 1145; re- 
move to from Ga., 5. 1145. 

no aid to French war, 5. 371, 428. 

no help expected from, 1 1 . 694. 

number troops from, 14. 272. 

on the making of temporary laws in, 

2. 143. 

opposes aid in French war, 5. 434. 
opposition to constitution in, 11. 
422. 



organization of troops, 12. 509. 

payment by, 17. 560. 

pays in bills of credit, 16. 306. 

petition of proprietor, 1. 470-471-472; 
on admiralty courts, 1. 473. 

pirates go to, 2. 325. 

plan of currency, 5. 952; to make it 
more useful, 1. 473-474. 

population in 1755, 5. 470, 472, 473. 

position of brigade, 12. 509. 

Presbyterians in, 5. 1194; mission- 
aries from, 5. 1215. 

price of land, 17. 103. 

prisoners from, 1 6. 673 ; sent to, 1 0. 
901, 980. 

proposed meeting in, 1. 543. 

quarrels with Conn., 17. 174. 

quit rents in, 3. 12. 

quota, 19. 946; for public debt, 16. 
413, 415, 429, 760, 771, 890, 929; 
17. 58, 60, 513, 528; of revenue, 

14. 307; to sink cont. currency, 

15. 401; toXJ. S., 18. 667, 669, 704. 
raises troops, 10. 21; 14. 498; 22. 

516. 
rank of officers to be settled, 12. 

472-473. 
records from sent to Germany, 8. 

758. 
refuses to vote supplies for French 

war, 11. 123. 
relations to crown considered, 1. 

359. 
removals to from Md., 1. 682, 683. 
report of com. on settling accounts 

of with U. S., 17. 119-123; on ol4 

emissions, 16. 311. 
representation in C. C, 17. 497, 556,, 

557, 591; 18. 488, 548, 552, 640, 

641, 671, 709, 726, 754, 794; 20. 603,, 

632; 21. 441, 533. 
return of N. C. troops in, 11. 667,,, 

676, 690, 700, 703. 
rotten, 11. 819. 
route of Lee's invasion considered, 

4. xxi-xxii. 
salt imported from, 5. xlvi, 317, 322. 
sects in, 7. 286. 

sends delegates to Phila., 17. 93. 
share of sinking fund due from, 14. 

241-243. 
soldiers mutiny, 16. 853, 854, 970. 
steel from, 22. 561. 
stock driven to, 5. 322. 
Suther teaches in, 8. 739. 
tax on for forts, 5. 471, 473. 
to export corn to Bermudas, 14. 305- 



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290 



PENSACOLA 



306. 

to reinforce Washington, 1 1 . 383. 

tobacco made to be learned, 1. 890. 

troops of at Ft. Duquesne, 5. xxx; 
at Germantown, 11. 785; expected 
from, 5. 789; go south, 19. 881; 
in Carthagena expedition, 11. 42, 
43; 15. 752; raised in, 22. 753; to 
aid S. C, 5. 763; to come South, 
15. 436, 661; to be raised, 5. xx- 
Tiii, xxix; wanted from, 5. 751, 
752; for French war, 6. 594. 

value of lands, 16. 754; of quotas^ 

15. 660. 

votes to close Miss., 22. 901. 
wagons sent to N. C. for trans- 
ports, 13. V. 
wants duty, 16. 886; federal capital, 

16. 908. 

West Jersey to be annexed to, 1. 

441. 
Western part of wants indepen- 
dence, 16. 460. 
Pennsylvania Dutch, spoken by Pa. 

emigrants to N. C, 8. 730. 
Pennsylvania Evening Post, extract 

from, 11. 289-290. 
Pennsylvania Farmer, brig, 10. 629, 

630, 955, 1035; 11. 506. 
aid to by Gen. Assem., 1 1 . 491. 
at Core Sound, 11. 759. 
Bennett to sell, 18. 805. 
brings in salt, 13. 217; 22. 939; 

arms and am., 22. 920. 
case of brought before assembly, 12. 

796-797, 853, 855. 
•coms'rs to load and arm, 10. 964; 

to fit out to Council of Safety on 

their work, 10. 831-832. 
conduct of Bonfield investigated, 

13. 543, 564-565, 639-640, 641, 665- 

666, 667. 
Pavis to Prov. Council on excesses 

of and dangers from, 10. 834-837. 
escapes capture and movements dis- 
cussed, 11. 624-625. 
fitted out in Edenton, 11. xx. 
goes on a cruise, 10. 875; to New- 

bern, 10. 848. 
guns for, 10. 728. 
Hampstead guilty of negligence, 12. 

419, 422. 
loaded with tobacco, 13. 62. 
no bullets for, 22. 745. 
no commission to, 10. 834. 
not ready for sea, 10. 877. 
ordered to sail, 10. 853. 



prepares to sail, 1 1 . 774. 
ready for cruise, 10. 832-833. 
resolve on sale of, 13. 768. 
smallpox on, 12. 54-55, 58. 
to be fitted out, 10. 637; for trade in 
State service, 12. 237, 244-245, 420, 
•422, 425, 426, 433. 
to be furnished, 10. 926. 
to be sold, 12. 623, 641, 745-746. 
to cruise, 10. 877, 878. 
Pennsylvania Gazette, 5. 430; 13. 125; 

14. 565. 
Pennsylvania Journal, 11. 756. 

extracts from, 8. 643-648. 
Pennsylvania Journal and Packet, pub- 
lication in on N. C.'s part in war, 
16. 388. 
Pennsylvania Line, revolts, 17. 990. 
Pennsylvania Lutheran Synod, 8. 773. 
Pennsylvania Packet, 15. 386. 

extract from, 14. 876. 
Pennsylvania Road, 5. 13. 
Pennsylvania Synod, asked for aid, 8. 

732. 
Penny, J no., juror, 25. 188. 
Penobscot, cost of expedition against 
considered, 16. 989. 
evacuated, 16. 872. 
expedition against fails, 14. 202. 
pay for expedition wanted, 17. 81, 

97. 
reported surrender of, 14. 199. 
Penrice, Frances, juror, 4. 516. 
Penrice, Francis, appraiser, 1. 449, 625. 
juror, 1. 415. 
witness, 1. 584. 
Penrice, Francis, army rank, 16. 1139. 
Penrice, Francis, in militia, 22. 356. 
Penrice, Francis, in militia, 22. 356. 
Penrice, Francis, quit rents of, 22. 

253. 
Penrice, John, juror, 4. 516. 
Penrice, Saml., army rank, 16. 1139. 
Penrice, Thos., door keeper of assem- 
bly, 4. 123. 
Penrice, Thos., in militia, 15. 400. 
Penrice, Thos., quit rents of, 22. 257. 
Penrice, Thos., juror, 25. 186. 
Penris, Francis, army rank, 16. 1140. 
Penrise, Thomas, asks for lapsed land, 

2. 378. 
Penrose, Reuben, pensioner, 22. 81. 
Pensacola (Pensecola, Pansacola), 6. 
259; 9. 179; 10. 329, 607, 762, 763, 
771, 782, 785, 893; 11. 160, 166, 
779; 13. 205, 500; 15. 253, 255; 
17. 11, 519, 521; 21. 542. • 



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PERISH, 



British goods shipped to Cherokees 
from, 14. 244. 

capture reported, 15. 317. 

climate fatal, 7. 189. 

conference at, 7. 236, 238 ; by Creeks 
and Spaniards, 17. 83, 85. 

relief by British considered, 1 5. 255. 
Pensacola Fort, threatens French, 6. 
618. 

goods for Indians to be sent to, 10. 
794. 

Indian visit, 14. 246. 

limitations on settlement of, 11. 
185, 195. 

reasons why English took posses- 
sion, 7. 236. 

taken by French, 2. 421, 423. 
Pension Office (Bureau), extracts from 
records of, 11. 761-762; 14. 294, 
360-362, 365-369, 372-373; 15. 399- 
400; 17. 1042; 22. 93-159. 

records of, 19. 955. 
Pensions, 21. 34, 137, 858; 22. 476, 
477, 479; 23. 30, 246. 

act for, 21. 909; 24. 409-10, 568-9, 
681-2, 735-7, 744; 25. 335. 

bill for, 17. 306, 310, 312, 320-321, 
325, 330, 339, 342, 344, 369, 392; 
815, 836, 838, 900, 901, 907, 925, 928, 
931; 19. 412, 429, 430, 449, 464, 
480, 768, 790, 795, 801, 813, 818; 
20. 37, 55, 64 90; for relief of pen- 
sioners 19. 563, 589, 594, 597, 658- 
659, 695. 

certificates to be rec'd for taxes, 20. 
464-465. 

committee on, 19. 736, 742; and re- 
ports on, 19. 526, 528. 

declarations for, 22. 93-159. 

for N. C. Line, 21. 1035-1036. 

for soldiers, 14. 301-2; 17. 499. 

hostility to, 13. 379. 

list of, 22. vi, 55-92. 

petition for, 15. 235; 17. 799; by 
Harold, 15. 208-9. 

provision for by V. S., 1 7. 467. 

proposed, 18. 544-547, 590, 594. 

rules in, 20. 465. 

to regulation soldiers, 9. 129, 130, 
131, 199, 200, 204, 206. 
Penticost, Dancey, army rank, 16. 

1136. 
Penton, John, regulator, 7. 734. 
Penton, Tirfiothy, regulator, 7. 736. 
Penzance, Cornwall, Eng., 7. 873. 
Peonix, Oberton, pensioner, 22. 81. 
People, powers, 22. 662. 



source of power and to regulate 
gov't, 23. 977. 
People of North Carolina, Burrington 
on. character, 3. xii, 77, 78, 338. 
Byrd on, 3. xii, 195. 
character, 2. ix-xi; 4. vii, 6, 1303; 

5. 640-641. 
characterized by Dennis, 1. 804. 
classes and character, 4. 1312. 
Hyde's estimate, 1. 849-850. 
Johnston's estimate, 4. xvi, 6. 
number in 1733, 3. 433. 
obstinacy of discussed, 5. 935-936, 

938, 939, 950. 
share in land under F. C, 1. 188. 
to Martin on charges against Collet 
and dismantling Ft. Johnston and 
answer, 10. 102-104, 108. 
XJrmston's estimate of, 2. 271, 310. 

Peoples, . 17. 142. 

Peoples, Robert, captain, 10. 626, fac- 
ing 680, 937. 
certificate to, 12. 387, 390. 
in assembly, 12. 342, 368, 380, 399, 
407, 408, 656, 699, 726, 727, 816, 865, 
879. 
in Prov. Cong., 10. 914. 
resigns as capt., 10. 950. 
resolve in favor of, 12. 212. 
Peoples, Wm., army rank, 13. 513; 16. 

1134. 
Pepperell, Sir Wm., to attack Niagara, 
5. 400. 
to raise troops for French war, 5. 
144d-144«;, 144f. 
Pequet, John Baptist, 17. 180. 
Perceval, Spencer, 7. 459. 
Percey, Earl, 9. 1092. 

Percivall, , a Landgrave, 1. 342. 

Percivall, And., asks aid for S. C, 2. 
196-199. 
complaints of, 1. 381. 
Percy, Lord, arrives at Brunswick (N. 
J?) with army, 11. 383. 
killed, 9. 1231. 
Perdoe, Dennis, in militia, 22. 321. 
Perdreaux Creek, 5. 33. 
Perdue, Caleb, army rank, 16. 1137. 
Perdue, James, land grants to, 4. 853, 

965. 
Perdue, Wm., army pay, 17. 240. 
Peres, Michael, prisoner, 22. 268. 
Peresho, James P., witness, 1. 484. 
Perid, Thomas, land grant to, 4. 1244' 
Periman, James, petition on C. H., 9. 

806-808. 
Perish. See Parrish. 



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PERKINS, SOLOMON 



Perish, Jas. Showe, quit rents of, 22. 

253. 
Perish, J no., quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Perisho, James, complaint, 1. 532. 

road overseer, 1. 525. 
Perisho, John, quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Perisho, John, quit rents of, 22. 253. 
Perit, John, land grant to, 4. 446. 
Perjatt, IVIr., receives stores, 16. 622. 
Perjury, act to punish, 24. 13-14. 

bill to punish, 12. 51, 56, 60, 80, 113. 

Eng. acts on in force in N. C, 23. 
322, 323, 324. 

punishment of in slaves, 23. 202-203. 
Perl<, Hen., juror, 25. 190. 
Perkens, Rich'd., in militia, 22. 399. 
Pertcerson, Drury, army rank, 16. 1138. 
Perl<et, Will. Daniel, in militia, 9. 696. 

Perkins, , 5. 372. 

Perkins, , kills Catawba Indian, 5. 

604. 
Perkins, Col., 13. 301, 309. 

and Briar Creek battle, 14. 41, 42, 
271, 278, 280, 282. 

dead, 14. 333. 

provisions to be furnished to, 13. 
320. 
Perkins, Abm., army rank, 16. 1136. 
Perkins, Adam, army pay, 17. 239. 

army rank, 16. 1140. 
Perkins, Andrew, 5. 141. 
Perkins, Charles, petition on C. H., 9. 

806-809. 
Perkins, Constant, petition on C. H., 

9. 806-809. 

Perkins, Constantine, memeorial, 19. 

209, 210, 221, 223, 340, 358, 360. 
Perkins, David, 23. 73, 115. 
Perkins, David, a J. P., 23. 994. 
Perkins, David, appraiser, 2. 43. 

juror, 25. 189. 

levy free, 3. 303. 
Perkins, David, army frauds, 18. 109, 
335. 

army rank, 16. 1139. 

in Conv. 1788, 22. 3, 16, 25, 30. 

money from, 21. 1063. 

on com. to collect aid for Boston, 9. 
1081. 

on S. C. of Pitt, 9. 1095, 1100, 1171; 

10. 62, 295, 494, 499, 618, 670. 
patroler, 10. 63. 

petitions for Tyson, 16. 580. 

sheriff, 21. 1076. 
Perkins, Henry, in militia, 22. 334. 
Perkins, Henry, land grant to, 4. 628. 
Perkins, Isaac, army rank, 16. 1137. 



Perkins, James, land grant to, 4. 335, 

851, 952. 
Perkins, John, a hunter, 5. 4. 
Perkins, John, a J. P., 23. 994. 
Perkins, John, cited before S. C, 10. 
253. 
examined by S. C, 10. 280. 
Perkins, John, co. coms'r, 24. 29. 
Perkins, John, discharged by court, 2. 
590. 
indicted for arson, 3. 57-8. 
Perkins, Jno., in militia, 22. 334. 
Perkins, John, juror, 4. 520. 
Perkins, Jno., juror, 25. 187. 
Perkins, John, juror, 25. 188. 
Perkins, John, land grant to, 4. 707. 
Perkins, Joshua, asks for new county, 

9. 92. 
Perkins, Mary, new patent to, 4. 823- 
894. 
resurvey to, 4. 852-853. 
Perkins (Pirklns), Nath., gives power 
of attorney, 2. 81. 
law suit, 2. 81-82, 91-92, 99. 
Perkins, Peter, in assembly, 18. 262, 
275, 284, 287, 317, 346, 351, 399, 412, 
440, 443, 445, 469, 471; 20. 181, 186, 
226. 
memorial, 1 9. 209, 210, 221, 223, 340, 

358, 360. 
on com. of assem., 18. 30, 41, 54, 83, 
98, 263, 272, 316, 325, 442. 
Perkins, Peter, in militia, 22. 365. 
Perkins, Richd, army rank, 16. 1138. 
Perkins, Robert, exempted from tax, 

17. 405. 
Perkins, Robert, resolve in favor of, 

20. 98. 
Perkins, Robert BIggem, asks for new 

county, 9. 91. 
Perkins, Solomon, church trustee, 23. 
960. 
debts due by, 8. 278-279; as sheriff, 

9. 572. 
in assembly, 9. 734, 735, 841, 846, 
851, 857, 888, 902, 905, 910, 919, 
931, 952, 1188, 1189; 12. 580, 594, 
633, 774, 785, 786. 
in Prov. Cong., 9. 1042, 1049, 1178, 
1180, 1181; 10. 165, 500, 502, 523, 
536. 
in militia, 9. 58. 
lieut. col., 10. 530. 
on com. of assembly, 9. 711, 739, 

1197. 
on com. of Prov. Cong., 10. 504. 
to procure arms, 10. 524. 



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293 



PERQUIMANS CO. 



Perkins, Solomon, in militia, 22. 334. 

Perkins, Thos., army rank, 16. 1139. 

Perkins, Thomas, in militia, 22. 334. 

Perkins, Thomas, settler, 1. 76. 

Perkins, Thos. H., in Conv. 1789, 22. 
38, 46, 49. 

Perkins, Wm., pensioner, 22. 80. 

Perkins, (parole), 15. 489. 

Perkins District, 10. 63. 

Perlemburg, 24. 848. 

Perlerlo, Hen., juror, 25. 190. 

Permento, James, land grant to, 4. 
711. 

Pernalt, David, army pay, 17. 240. 

Perpetuities, declaration on, 10. 1005. 
not to be allowed, 23. 978. 

Perquemans church, location discus- 
sed, 5. 1180. 

Perquimans, Baptist church at, 5. 
1164. 

Perquimans Co., 6. 899, 1127; 7. 476, 
623; 9. xlv, 177, 298, 357, 592, 656, 
742, 1125, 1145; 10. 475, 476, 496, 
525, 558, 560, 574, 646, 692, 693, 699, 
917, 932, 1001; 11. 505, 551; 12. 
439; 13. 63, 251, 274, 866, 878, 886, 
951, 969, 974; 14. 333; 17. 647, 
730; 18. 497, 745; 20. 296, 317, 
582; 21. 163, 208, 566, 567, 578, 732, 
755, 771, 804, 828, 834, 921, 933, 971, 
972, 997, 999, 1003, 1070; 22. 479, 
779, 828, 834; 23. 155, 187, 255, 273, 
373, 411, 553, 564, 575, 618, 683, 692, 
705, 723, 752, 874, 893, 894, 895, 904, 
912, 929, 947, 957, 991; 24. 230, 
298, 299, 581; 25. 64, 100, 155, 161, 
164, 217, 477. 
act for court, 24. 37-9, 50-64, 161; 
25. 274-87, 436; for parish in, 25. 
298-304; for tax for pub. buildings, 
24. 145, 239, 456, 873-4, 941; 25. 
341; on jurors, 24. 82-4, 273-5; 25. 
. 186, 422; on roads, 23. 449-51; to 
alter time of county cts., 24. 222- 
3, 717;' 25. 70, 288, 406; to cut off 
part for Gates Co., 24. 230-2; to 
destroy squirrels, 23. 500-1; 25. 
198-200; to give title for slaves 
sold by, 24. 221. 
aid against regulators asked, 8. 698. 
badness of roads, 1. 711, 713. 
baptisms in, 1. 722. 
bill for road, 19. 413, 417, 739, 741, 
744, 748, 791; for town at Phelps's 
Point, 5. 1005, 1006, 1007, 1009, 
1010, 1011; on poor, 20. 131, 134, 
311; on public buildings, 20. 187, 



189, 201, 213, 223, 256, 364, 379, 
409, 443; to appoint treasurer, 4. 
1322, 1323, 1324, 1328, 1338, 1339, 
1340, 1342, 1343, 1348; to divide, 
13. 635; to establish town, 4. 829; 
to fix boundary with Chowan, 9. 
387, 393, 409, 444, 446, 469, 470, 484, 
520, 521, 584, 586, 664, 717, 723, 726, 
745, 755, 757, 759, 766-767, 768, 775, 
777; to make new county, 4. 740, 
741, 744. 

cases from tried in Edenton, 23. 253. 

census of 1790, 26. 889-903. 

charges against commandant of, 16. 
237. 

church affairs in, 1. 689-690. 

claims of representation recognized, 
6. 262. 

clothing for troops due from, 12. 
639, 748. 

complains over port act, 4. 723. 

court days, 23. 874, 885, 932, 946, 
990. 

court house in, 1. 550. 

court records, 1. 386-389, 392, 404, 
478-490, 493-496, 520-525, 531-535, 
548-551, 561-566, 573-582, 604-613, 
617-627, 649-656. 

debts due to, 8. 280-1. 

dissenters in, 4. 753. 

drafts not made, 17. 807-808. 

dues from sheriffs, 9. 573. 

first grant in, 1. ix. 

Fox in, 1. XX. 

Gerrard declines to serve in, 1. 616. 

Harvey clerk of, 5. 338-9, 441. 

illegality in elections claimed, 4. 
857, 858, 860. 

in Edenton dist., 1 5. 377. 

inspection in, 25. 313, 379. 

J. P.'s for, 1. 574-575; 2. 526, 676, 
773; 3. 234; 4. 47, 346, 1252; 
6. 341, 1008; 9. 71; 17. 832, 922- 
923; 23. 995. 

jurors in, 1. 388; 3. 282, 319; 4. 
517-518. 

lack of good water in, 1. 713. 

members in assembly, 6. 374-375, 
376, 473, 474, 493, 661, 672, 673, 800, 
893, 900&, 1152, 1164, 1259; 7. 63, 
342, 473; 8. 106, 108, 303, 346, 387; 

9. 139, 140, 153, 448, 458, 480, 734; 

10. 736, 874, 1189; 12. 2, 331, 553, 
656; 13. 535, 736, 785, 871; 16. 2, 
29; 17. 265, 795, 878; 18. 2, 227;. 

19. 1, 12, 129, 234, 258, 400, 718; 

20. 2, 4, 120, 302, 476; 21. 2, 194, 



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294 



PERQUIMANS RIVER 



730, 872, 874. 
members in Conv. 1788 and 89, 22. 

3, 38. 
members in Prov. Congress, 9. xxxi, 
1042, 1179; 10. 166, 501, 509, 914, 
936. 
militia, 5. 575, 603 ; in regulator cam- 
paign, 8. 697. 707; 22. 469; organi- 
zation of, 10. 625, facing 680; re- 
turns, 22. 308, 313, 361-2. 
number members in assembly, 1. 
xxvii. xxxii; 4. 1170, 1173, 1174, 
1175, 1180, 1191, 1197, 1198, 1210, 
1231; 5. 86, 87, 88, 90, 91; 9. 1053. 
officers, 9. 298. 
organization of troops, 10. 205, 207, 

532, 625, facing 680. 
owes state, 21. 1076. 
parish established, 2. 208; 7. 541. 
petition from, 21. 904; from 
Quakers, 13. 128-129, 287, 288, 
316; on boundary of, 9. 633-635; 
on hardships in attending county 
courts, 4. 1332; on representation, 
action on, 5. 82-84. 
report on militia, 5. 763. 
religious affairs in, 1. 712-714. 
rent roll to be made in, 2. 35. 
salt r