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INDEX 






TO THE 



JOURNALS 



OF THE 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 



Province of New Hampshire, 



In the Office of the Secretary of State. 



t V./:3 



I7II 1775. 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE. 



MANCHESTER, N. H. : 

JOHN B. CLARKE, PUBLIC PRINTER. 
I 8 9 O. 



•'5 



INTRODUCTION. 



This volume is the second of the series contemplated by the act of September 
11, 1883, " for indexing the Public Records, " although, logically, Avith all the other 
Indexes to the Journals, it precedes — as process does product — the " Index to the 
Laws," already printed. 

It is a key to eight mauusgript folio volumes, covering sixty-four years, from 
May 9, 1711, to July 15, 1775, all in the Provincial period. " 

In the first manuscript volume of the Council Records, the concurrent action 
of the Assembly is given as far back as 1699 ; but the sepax'ate minutes of the Rep- 
resentatives before 1711 are not to be found. The journal of the House is also 
missing from February 25, 1740, to December 13, 1741, nearly twenty-two months, 
which can only be jjartially supplied from the Council Records. 

From August 25, 1730, to February 25, 1740, and from December 17, 1777, to 
June 29, 1780, there are duplicate journals, of which the fuller has been indexed. 

To avoid an awkward fractional form, the year has in all cases before 1752, 
when "new style" begins, been indexed as commencing January 1; thus: March 
19, 17i|, on page 58 of Volume 1, is indexed as 1713. 

Lists of members, call-rolls, etc., are often bound in the original volumes out 
of chronological order ; but in this index the year, rather than the volume, deter- 
mines the arrangement of references. 

Irregularities in paging ai"e marked by *, f, {, etc., either before or after the 
page figure. P^ or ip, and P^ or -P, denote a paging of the preface to Volume 
8 preliminaiy to 1, 2, etc. Page in Volume 5 precedes page 1. 

Names of places mentioned in connection with county boundaries can be found 
in the references under " Counties," on page 93, and chiefly in Volume 7. They 
are not otherwise indexed. 

From the preface to Volume III of the published "Provincial Papers" it ap- 
pears that they contain only occasional extracts from tlie manuscript journals of 
the House from 1711 to 1722. A note on page 320 of Volume VI shows that, from 
April 30, 1722, to December 4, 1754, the journal of the House is printed entire ; 
but, after the latter date, the joint proceedings of House and Council are given, indi- 
cating their concurrence or non-concurrence. The numbers of the manuscript 
pages being printed in brackets, this volume may be used, to some extent, as an 
index to the text. 

Volume IV, page 309, year 1722, corresponds to 1:310; IV, 387, 1724, to 
2:1; V, 167, 1742, to 3 : 29 ; V, 534, 1747, to 4 : 13 : VI, 385, 1755, to 5 : 1 ; VI, 711, 
1759, to 6 : 2 ; VII, 59, 1765, to 7 : 1 ; VII, 240, 1770, to 8 : 1. 

The next volume of the Index, now in preparation, will embrace the House 
Journals of the Revolutionary period, 1776 — 1784, under Colony and State. 



CORRECTIONS 



Pngc 1. Accounts: TIk' iffircnt'e in ifniic* should imrao- 
dlatoly follow "[Pbovixck];" nnd rend {»«e 
also Committee, Treaturer, and Within). 

Pago in. IIAVEKIIILL: /or "(Mass.)" read (ULstrict). 

Pbko 112. DUBLIN : /or " No. 2 " read ,Vo. 3. 

PnjrcaW. Loudon : after '^LOUU" add LoUDOUN. 



I N D EIX 



TO 



JOURNALS OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

PROVINCE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, 

1711 1775. 



ABATE:\IENT (see also Taxes) : 
appeal from judgment in . 
of writs, none for death of either party 1765- 



1765 7 : 
Gen. James : 



17 



1765— 



15 
34 



ABERCROMBIE, IMaj 

expedition, etc. 

1758— 5 : 446 1758— 

1759— 5 : 470 1759— 
1759— 5:474 1759- 

ABIGAIL : 

slooj), Capt. John Fernald 



:454 

:471 

476 



1759- 
1759- 
1759- 

1746— 
1747— 



5 

5: 

5: 

3: 
3: 



468 
472 
480 

317 
518 



ABSENT : 

or absconding debtors (see Debtors). 
ABSENTING : 

sons and servants, to prevent ..... 
ACCOUNTS [Province] : 

ordered shut up and considered next session . 

must be sworn to (see also Committee and Treasurer) 
ACT [called also Bill, Law, Vote} : 

about bills of credit (for specific sums, see below) . 



emittmg, printing, etc. 
redcemino: 



1721- 
1761— 
1765— 
1770— 



1770— 8: 51 
lawful tender on specialties . 
holders' bonds regulated . 1729 — 

1737— 
. 1711— 
1743— 
against diminishing or counterfeiting money 

1768— 
against counterfeiting and debasing the coin current 



counterfeiting, penalty 



28 
150 
453 

60 

151 

490 

5 

65 

248 



to prevent forgery 

about money borrow 

othf^-s . 
for £250 . 
for £300 . 
for £325 . 
for £375 . 
for £412 9s 9d 



1771— 8 



1 



eil of Tlieodore 



1760— 6; 
1771— 8 
Atkinson 



87 
108 
and 



1757— 5 : 270 



1726— 2: 59 



TEAK. 



1718 
1765 
1765 

1758 
1759 
1759 
1770 

1746 
1772 



1714 

1718 
1720 



1742 
1768 
1770 
1773 
1734 
1729 
1737 
1738 
1744 

1773 
1774 
1760 
1771 

1744 
1758 
1743 
1756 
1755 
1726 



VOL. 



1 

7 
7 

5 
5 
5 

8 

3 

8 



2 
7 
8 
8 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 

8 
8 
6 
8 

3 
5 
3 
5 
5 
2 



PAGE. 



221 
16 
35 

371 
469 
473 

24 

328 
129 



77 

222 
253 



626 
200 

45 
138 
412 
155 
491 
533 

84 

136 

169 

91 

110 

96 
317 

61 
108 

35 

60 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ACT,— (conli7mcil) : 












for £■[:><) . 


1744— 3: 99 


1744— 3:100 


1764 


4 


483 


for £50(1 . 


• • • • 


1724— 1:422 


1725 


2 


21 




1737— 2:500 


1737— 2:515 


1746 


3 


328 


for £557 10s 3(Z 


. 


• 


1726 


2 


65 


for £600 . 


1737— 2:482 


1737— 2:490 


1737 


2 


491 


for £700 . 


• • ■ • 


1730— 2:332 


1730 


2 


334 


for £«50 . 


• • • • 


1740— 2:566 


1740 


2 


668 


for £'75 . 


• ■ • • • 


• 


1755 


6 


19 


for £9.S0 . 


• • • • • 


• 


1743 


3 


66 


for £1,000 


. . • • 


1716— 1:170 


1716 


1 


172 




1721— 1:285 


1723 1 : 392 


1723 


1 


395 




1726— 2: 65 


1729— 2:157 


1744 


3 


100 




1744— 3:101 


1746— 3:319 


1761 


6 


156 




1761— 6 : 157 


1761— 6 : 176 


1774 


8 


214 


for £1,076 16s 


• • • • 


1729— 2 : 156 


1729 


2 


158 


for £1,:;00 


• 


1730— 2:319 


1730 


2 


320 


for £1,350 


1765— 7: 27 


1765— 7 : 34 


1765 


7 


35 


for £1,500 


1716— 1 : 172 


1755— 4:493 


1771 


8 


102 


for £1,600 


• • • • 


• • 


1766 


7 


87 


for £1,730 


• • • • • 


1737— 2:490 


1737 


2 


491 


for £1,.S00 


• • • • 


1756 5: 83 


1756 


6 


86 


for £2,000 


• . 


. . • 


1711 


1 


31 




1724— 2: 11 


1724— 2 


12 


1725 


2 


26 




1726— 2: 33 


1770— 8 


18 


1773 


8 


152 


for £2,200 


• • • ■ > 


1767— 7 


121 


1768 


7 


270 


for £2,500 


. • . ■ 


1743— 3 


66 


1771 


8 


101 


for £3,U00 


■ ■ ■ • • 


. 


1763 


6 


345 




1763 6 : 346 


1763— 6:349 


1764 


6 


392 




1764— 6:394 


17G4_ 6:395 


1769 


7 


331 


for £4,000 


• > ■ • • 


. 


1747 


4 


54 




1747— 4: 56 


1747— 4: 58 


1761 


6 


156 




1761— 6 : 157 


1761— 6:176 


1766 


7 


87 


for £4,720 


• • • ■ ■ 


1743— 3: 66 


1745 


3 


143 




1745— 3:210 


1745— 3:271 


1745 


3 


280 


for £5,000 


• • ■ • • 


1761— 6:151 


1761 


6 


152 




1761— 6:155 


1761— 6:156 


1761 


6 


157 




1761— 6:158 


1761— 6:160 


1761 


6 


161 


/ 


ITf.l— 6:162 


1761— 6 : 163 


1761 


6 


164 




1761— 6:165 


1761— 6:166 


1761 


6 


167 




1761— 6:171 


1761— 6:173 


1761 


6 


175 




1765— 6:430 


1765— 6:431 


1765 


G 


453 


for £5.253 13s 5 


Id ... . 


1765— 6:452 


1765 


6 


453 


for £5,500 




1744— 3 : 103 


1772 


8 


118 


for £5,750 


• • • . • 


1756— 5:135 


1756 


5 


139 


for £6,000 


. 


1730— 2:332 


1730 


2 


333 




17 45— 3:210 


1745— 3 : 213 


1746 


8 


242 




1745— 3:275 


1746- 3:341 


1754 


4 


456 




175C,_ 5: VM 


17.-,G— 5: 139 


1756 


5 


149 


for £7,000 


■ • . ■ • 


1761— 6:157 


i 1761 


6 


176 


for £H,000 


■ ■ • > • 


174o_ 3:2.S0 


1 1746 


3 


316 






1757— 5:231 


1760 


6 


99 


for £10,000 


. • . > • 


• 


1746 


3 


133 




1745 3:111 


1745— 3:143 


1745 


3 


145 




1745— 3:149 


1755— 5 : 25 


1757 


5 


2H2 


for £12,500 


• . • 


1753-^4:315 


1763 


4 


346 






1753— 4:347 


1758 


5 


329 


for £13,000 


. 


1745 3 : 156 


1745 


3 


157 




174.5— 3 : 168 


1745 3:198 


1745 


3 


200 




1715— 3:224 


1745— 3:259 


1745 


8 


312 


for £15,000 


1717— 1:202 


1717— 1 


:203 


1729 


2 


156 



Province op New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ACT, — {continued) : 












for £15,000 


1729— 2 : 157 


1734— 2:427 


1785 


2 


440 




1735 2:441 


1736— 2:460 


1737 


2 


490 




1737— 2:491 


1742— 3: 38 


1742 


3 


40 




1755 — 5 : 26 


1756— 5 : 192 


1759 


5 


479 




1759— 6 : 6 


1759— 6: 7 


1760 


6 


88 




1760— 6: 90 


1760— 6 : 106 


1760 


6 


109 




1762— 6 : 242 


1763 6 : 366 


1764 


6 


396 


for £17,000 


• > • 


1759— 5:494 


1759 


5 


497 




1759— 6 : IS 


1761— 6 : 165 


1761 


6 


167 


for £20,000 


• 


1757— 5:236 


1757 


5 


237 




1757— 5:239 


1757— 5 : 241 


1757 


5 


268 




1757— 5:275 


1757— 5 : 301 


1758 


5 


326 




1761— 6:174 


1761— 6:175 


1761 


6 


188 




1762— 6 : 292 


1762— 6 : 295 


1762 


6 


326 


for £20,500 


• • • • 


1758— 5 : 373 


1758 


5 


376 






1758— 5:379 


1758 


5 


442 


for £25,000 


• • ■ • 


1742— 2:648 


1742 


2 


650 




1743 3: 64 


1743— 3: 66 


1745 


3 


178 




1745 3:179 


1745 3 : 242 


1745 


3 


244 




1746— 3 : 318 


1746— 3 : 327 


1746 


3 


338 




1747— 3:499 


1752— 4:272 


1753 


4 


319 




1754— 4:428' 


1755— 4:506 


1755 


4 


507 




1756— 5: 69 


1756— 5 : 185 


1757 


5 


306 




1758— 5:403 


1758— 5 : 449 


1758 


5 


455 


for £30,000 


■ > ■ 


1755— 4:532 


1755 


4 


633 




1755 — 4 : 534 


1755 — 4 : 535 


1755 


4 


639 




1755— 4:542 


1755— 4:545 


1756 


6 


122 




1756— 5 : 123 


1756— 5:124 


1756 


5 


129 




1756— 5 : 137 


1756 5 : 139 


1756 


5 


156 




1757— 5 : 271 


1757 — 5 : 275 


1758 


5 


348 


for £60,000 


• 


1746— 3:391 


1747 


4 


44 




1747— 4 : 49 


1747— 4: 52 


1752 


4 


221 


for supply of treasury 


. 


1735 


2 


446 






1735— 2 : 447 


1735 


2 


448 




1735— 2 : 450 


1736— 2:463 


1736 


2 


464 




1736— 2:465 


1737— 2 : 482 


1737 


2 


484 




1742— 2 : 641 


1742— 2:644 


1742 


2 


647 




1765 — 7 : 15 


1765— 7 : 16 


1765 


7 


34 


for recovery of government debts . 


• • • 


1765 


6 


456 






1765— 6:466 


1765 


7 


4 




1765 — 7 : 6 


1765— 7: 7 


1765 


7 


33 




1765 — 7 : 47 


1766— 7 : 54 


1766 


7 


62 


to ascertain value of money ("equity 


bill") . 


1742 


2 


644 






1742— 2:647 


1747 


3 


624 




1747— 3:525 


1747— 4: 41 


1747 


4 


42 


establishing the monies, etc. . 


1765— 6:452 


1765 


6 


453 




1765 6 : 467 


1765— 7 : 4 


1765 


7 


6 




1765— 7: 11 


1765— 7 : 12 


1765 


7 


13 




1765— 7: 24 


1765— 7 : 25 


1765 


7 


26 




1765— 7: 29 


1765 7: 34 


1765 


7 


36 


establishing proceedings under governor's i)r()cla- 








mation al)Out v 


alue of money 


1771— 8: 99 


1771 


8 


100 






1771— 8:108 


1771 


8 


109 


against extortionate interest . 


1765— 6:452 


1765 


6 


454 




1765— 6 


467 


1765— 7 : 4 


1765 


7 


6 




1765 — 7 


11 


1765- 1: 12 


1765 


7 


13 




1765 7 


24 


1765 — 7 : 25 


1765 


7 


26 




1765— 7 


29 


1765— 7: 34 


1765 


7 


35 


to restrain usury 


. . • 


. 


1769 


7 


284 








1771— 8: 76 


1771 


8 


79 



Index to Journals of House of I^ei'kesentatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


FAOB. 


ACT. — {continued) : 










rogul;itin<; excise .... 


• • 


1711 




30 


1716— 1:160 


1718— 1:216 


1721 




281 


1721— l:2.s:] 


1721— 1 :2S6 


1721 




297 


1722— 1:357 


1723 1:.398 


1723 




402 


1723 1 : 103 


172.3— 1:406 


1723 




408 


1723— 1:412 


1725— 2: 24 


1729 


2 


153 


1721t— 2:156 


1729— 2 : 170 


1732 


2 


369 


1732— 2:371 


1742— 2:630 


1742 


2 


637 


1742— 2:643 


1742— 2 : 644 


1742 


2 


647 


1745— 3:211 


1745— 3:219 


1745 


3 


223 


1745— 3:242 


1745— 3 : 244 


1745 


3 


252 


1752— 4 : 235 


1752— 4:239 


1762 


4 


244 


1752— 4 : 249 


1753— 4 : 293 


1753 


4 


298 


1753— 4:330 


1753— 4:336 


1754 


4 


395 


1765— 4:500 


1755— 4:510 


1758 


6 


405 


1758— 5 : 406 


1760— 6: 61 


1760 


6 


71 


1760— 6: 90 


1761— 6 : 179 


1761 


6 


180 


1761— 6:188 


1761— 6:196 


1761 


6 


216 


1761— 6:219 


1761— 6:220 


1762 


6 


241 


1762— 6:251 


1762— 6 : 257 


1762 


6 


264 


1762— 6 : 266 


1762— r, : 268 


1762 


6 


271 


1702- 6:273 


1762— 6 : 277 


1762 


6 


278 


1762— 6 : 282 


1762— 6 : 290 


1762 


6 


294 


1762— 6:295 


1762— 6:298 


1763 


6 


314 


1763— 6:315 


1763— 6 : 316 


1763 


6 


317 


1763 6 : 351 


1763— 6:354 


1763 


6 


375 


1765 7: 15 


1765— 7: 16 


1766 


7 


61 


1766— 7: 62 


1766— 7: 65 


1766 


7 


67 


1767— 7 : 132 


1767— 7:134 


1767 


7 


149 


1767— 7 : 155 


1767— 7 : 163 


1767 


7 


170 


1768— 7:232 


1768— 7:233 


1768 


7 


236 


1768 7 : 241 


1768 7 : 242 


1768 


7 


243 


1768— 7 : 248 


1768— 7 : 258 


1768 


7 


261 


1768 7 : 269 


1768— 7 : 270 


1769 


7 


329 


1770— 8: 6 


1770 8: 11 


1771 


8 


109 


ffirniiiig excise .... 


1717— 1:202 


1718 


1 


214 


1726 2: 32 


1742— 2:629 


1754 


4 


397 


1775^— 8:118 


1773 8:137 


1774 


8 


168 


impost (see also excise, above) . 


. 


1714 


1 


82 


1714— 1: 86 


1714— 1: 90 


1715 


1 


104 


1716— 1:181 


1722— 1:313 


1766 


6 


85 


powder money 


1717— 1:200 


1718 


1 


220 


1722— 1:351 


1726 2: 57 


1728 


2 


116 


1728— 2 : 129 


1731— 2:358 


1740 


2 


565 


1768— 7 : 255 


]7(;8— 7:258 


1772 


8 


129 


tonnajje ...... 


... 


1716 


1 


181 


for ]):iynient of province (k^bts 


. 


1716 


1 


169 


rcfjiiinnt!: income tax from pedlers 


and incomers 


1721 


1 


284 


reiiuiring inventories 


1727— 2: 76 


1763 


6 


321 




17(34— 8:211 


1774 


8 


213 


valuation 


1728— 2 : 140 


1773 


8 


137 


1773— 8 : 138 


1773— 8 : 139 


1773 


8 


142 


to enaMo proprietors of town.shi is ar 


d common and 


' 






uniliviilod lands to assess anc tax, 


etc. 


1710 


2 


560 


repjulatin^r hixcs of pro )rietors, etc. 


• 


i 1768 


7 


278 


for taxinf^ province lant s 


1755— 4:502 


1756 


5 


66 


for taxing town inlialjitants 


■ • • 


1760 


6 


96 




17r,0— 6 : 06 


1760 


6 


108 


regulating assessments and collection of taxes, etc. 


1718 


1 


220 




1729— 2 : 160 


1729 


2 


166 



Province of ISTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 





YEAE. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ACT, — (conimued) : 








regulating assessments and collection of taxes, etc. 








1738— 2:535 1738— 2:540 


1743 


3 


61 


1743— 3 : 67 1747— 3 : 513 


1753 


4 


360 


1755 4:513 1755 4:518 


1762 


6 


277 


17G2— 6 : 282 1762— 6 : 283 


1762 


6 


298 


1763 6:319 1763 6:322 


1763 


6 


332 


1763 6:334 1763 6:337 


1763 


6 


338 


1763— 6 : 345 1763 - 6 : 346 


1763 


6 


349 


1764 6:388 1764 6:392 


1764 


6 


399 


1764— 6:404 1764 6:419 


1766 


7 


92 


1768 7:277 1770 8: 9 


1770 


8 


15 


for choosing collectors of taxes .... 


1758 


5 


374 


1758— 5 : 376 


1758 


5 


377 


for paying taxes in our and Massachusetts bills 








1742— 2:644 


1742 


2 


647 


for lessening province tax, etc. . 1763 — 6:322 


1763 


6 


325 


1763— 6:326 


1763 


6 


348 


proportioning i^rovince tax 


1727 


2 


79 


1728- 2:142 


1742 


2 


632 


1742— 2 : 638 1742— 2 : 652 


1743 


3 


52 


1743 3: 61 1753 4:333 


1753 


4 


338 


1761— 6:211 1761— 6:219 


1768 


7 


247 


1768 - 7 : 259 1773— 8 : 149 


1773 


8 


152 


for sale of Amherst proprietors' rights, to pay- 








arrears ..... 1766 — 7 : 54 


1766 


7 


62 


to enable Bedford to tax lands . . 1756 — 5 : 182 


1766 


5 


183 


1756— 5 : 184 


1757 


5 


248 


for sale of Boscawen proprietors' lands . 


1768 


7 


209 


assessing polls and estates in Bow .... 


1754 


4 


436 


1755— 4:501 1755— 5: 12 


1755 


5 


30 


1755 5: 92 1755 5: 94 


1755 


5 


95 


exempting from payment of Bow taxes . 


1765 


6 


441 


1765— 6 : 442 1765— 6 : 443 


1765 


6 


467 


calling in tax ai'rearages of Bow .... 


1765 


7 


12 


to enable selectmen of Chester to levy money, etc. 








1757— 5 : 244 


1757 


5 


246 


taxing Chichester lands 


1760 


6 


113 


1761— 6:124 


1761 


6 


125 


1761— 6:144 1761— 6:145 


1761 , 


6 


146 


to tax Dunstable lands 


1754 ' 


4 


414 


for Ejjping meeting-house tax ..... 


nil 


3 


471 


for assessing lands in P'rancestown .... 


1775 


8 


224 


for Gilmanton taxes 1761— 6 : 147 1761— 6 : 148 


1761 


6 


149 


for assessment in Hampstead . . 1769 — 7 : 286 


1769 


7 


307 


taxing non-resident proprietors" lands in Hollis 


1747 


3 


456 


taxing lands in Ilollis, Pelham, and Epping . 


1747 


3 


489 


for meeting-house tax in INIerrimack 1755 — 4 : 512 


1755 


4 


514 


to tax lands of Rand and Randall in New Castle and 








Rye 1757— 5:256 


1757 


5 


257 


for New Castle and Rye arrearages 1761 — 6 : 180 


1762 


6 


251 


for taxing Nottingham lands . . 1760 — 6 : 51 


1760 


6 


54 


1760— 6 : 57 


1760 


6 


60 


taxing lands in Nottingham West . 1748 — 4 : 64 


1748 


4 


69 


to tax lands in Pelliam 


1756 


5 


189 


17.57— 5 : 237 


1757 


5 


238 


for assessment, Pembroke . . 1767 — 7 : 148 


1767 


7 


151 


to assess lands in Rochester for highways 








1768— 7:217 


1772 


8 


127 


to exempt part of Salem from taxes to Methucn and 








Dracut ........ 


1775 


5 


242 



6 



Index to Journals of House of Uepresentatives, 





TSAR. 


VOL. 


PAOB. 


AC'i\— (rant in II rd): 








to rectify mistake in taxes of South IIam]Hon . 


1757 


5 


256 


1757— 5 : 257 


1757 


6 


268 


against abatement of writs for deatli of either i)arty 


1705 


7 


15 


17t;5 7: 10 


1765 


7 


17 


170.5— 7 : 34 


1765 


7 


35 


ai)i)ointino; agent at court . . 17t!9 — 7 : 333 


1769 


7 


335 


relating to api)eals from judgment in bar or abate- 








ment 


1718 


1 


221 


for amen(hnent of misrecitinf^ in reasons of appeal 
for amendment of errors and defects in reasons of 


1734 


2 


411 








a))peal 


1738 


2 


540 


for t le ease of appellants, etc. . 1743 — 3 : 75 


1743 


3 


76 


reguhiting appeals from inferior to superior judica- 








tory 


1746 


3 


390 


limiting time of prosecuting appeals to court of 








supreme probate . . . . 1774 — 8:170 


1774 


8 


193 


1774_ 8 : 204 


1774 


8 


211 


to enable Henry Applcton and wife to convey lands 


1764 


6 


398 


1761— 0:399 


1704 


6 


401 


to prevent causeless arrests, etc 


1718 




220 


for jirivilcge of niemljcrs of general assembly 


1718 




221 


lor triennial election of rcpresent;vtives . 


1721 




272 


1723— 1:383 


1723 


1 


400 


1723 1 : 401 


1723 




402 


1723 1 : 406 1723— 1 : 412 


1720 


2 


40 


1727— 2:102 1727— 2:103 


1727 


2 


109 


1727— 2:110 1728— 2:127 


1728 


2 


128 


1728— 2 : 130 1735— 2 : 434 


1745 


3 


204 


for electing assemblymen, etc. . 1702 — 0:257 


1762 


6 


*202 


1762— 6 : 265 1702— : 208 


1762 


6 


271 


1762— 6 : 279 1702— : 282 


1762 


6 


298 


1703— 6:314 1703— 6:315 


1763 


6 


316 


1763— 6 : 375 1703— 6 : 376 


1763 


6 


388 


1763— 6 : 392 1703 6 : 393 


1763 


6 


405 


1703- 6:410 1708— 7:187 


1774 


8 


203 


incorporating Atkinson from westerly part of Plais- 








tow 1707—7:147 


1767 


7 


148 




1714 


1 


77 


reviving suit of Charles Banfield v. Richard Wibird 


1761 


6 


150 


1701— 0: 151 1701— 0:160 


1761 


6 


196 


concerning bankrupts . . . 1715 — 1:129 


1715 


1 


130 


171.'>— ] : 131 1717— 1:206 


1718 


1 


221 


to enable creditors to receive their just del)ts out of 








the effects of absent or absconding delators 


1718 


1 


220 


for relief of Harrington ...... 


1742 


2 


052 


calling Harrington town meeting .... 


1753 


4 


301 


approi)riating lands in Harrington for highways 


1761 


6 


v05 


1761— 6:215 


1702 


6 


250 


1762— 6 : 251 


1702 


6 


252 


1762— 6 : 264 1702— : 265 


1762 


6 


•-'68 


1762—6:271 1702—6:282 


1762 


6 


298 


enabling Redford to hold uKM'ting . 1703 — 0:303 


1763 


6 


304 


eon<-erning births [christenings], marriages, and 








liurials 1714— 1 : 78 


1727 


2 


101 


1727— 2:107 1727— 2fl08 


1727 


2 


109 


for admeasurement of Ijoards 


1752 


4 


206 


inii)o\veriiig lioundary eonnnission 1730 — 2:322 


1730 


2 


328 


1730— 2 : 334 


1730 


2 


342 


calling town meeting in How 


1753 


4 


361 


1755— 4 : 518 


1755 


4 


549 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ACT, — {continued) : 

to make void division of lots in Bow 1767 — 


5:249 


1757 


5 


252 


1758 


5:331 


1758 


5 


336 


concerning Bow proprietors . . 1762 — 

1762— 


6 : 282 
6:284 


1762 
1762 


6 
6 


283 
292 


sustaining appeal of Robert Boyce v. John Coburn 

1758 5 : 342 


1758 
1758 


5 
5 


339 
345 


1761— 6 : 150 1761— 


6:151 


1761 


6 


224 


regulating price and assize of bread 

1766— 


7: 66 


1766 
1770 


7 
8 


61 

48 


choosing assizers of bread 


. . 


1769 


7 


306 


establishing Brentwood from Exeter 


, 


1742 


2 


653 


for enabling constables at Brentwood 


, , 


1744 


3 


106 


for assizing of bricks . . . 1760 — 


6: 61 


1760 


6 


71 


1760— 


6: 88 


1760 


6 


90 


adding a certain tract to Canterbury 

1765— 6:453 1765— 


7: 4 


1765 
1766 


6 

7 


452 
14 


1765— 7 : 15 1765— 


7: 34 


1765 


7 


35 


against cards, dice, etc. . . . 1718 — 


1 : 217 


1721 


1 


267 


dtvorcing Greenwood Cari^enter from Sarah Leathers 


1771 


8 


87 


for i^artition of John Carr's estate . 


. 


1768 


7 


197 


for regulating cattle, corn-fields, and fences 


, , 


1718 


1 


220 


to prevent cattle, etc., feeding on certain improved 








lands 


, , 


1760 


6 


81 


for highway from Charlestown to Boscawen 


, . 


1768 


7 


279 


1769— 7 : 289 1769— 


7 : 297 


1770 


7 


341 


to enable Nathaniel Chase and wife to sell 


certain 








lands, etc 


, , 


1756 


5 


178 


for new parish in Chester [Freetown] 


, , 


1764 


6 


394 


1764— 


6:396 


1764 


6 


397 


to rectify error in judgment l^etween Amos 


Clark 








and Obadiah Clement .... 




1756 


5 


160 


1757 — 


5:200 


1757 


5 


201 


to enable Zacheus Clougli to sell certain land 










1758— 


5 : 323 


1758 


6 


324 


to prevent common nuisances . 


, , 


1718 


1 


220 


incorporating Concord from Bow 


, , 


1765 


6 


435 


1765 6 : 436 1765 


6:441 


1765 


6 


442 


1765— 6 : 443 1765— 


6:448 


1765 


7 


4 


1765 7: 6 1765 


7: 7 


1765 


7 


83 


1765— 7 : 34 1765— 


7: 43 


1766 


7 


44 


on supplying vacancy in office of constable 

1743— 


3: 49 


1743 


3 


51 


settling constable's watch 


, , 


1716 


1 


133 


1716 


1:147 


1716 


1 


150 


regulating attendance of constables at court 










1742— 


3: 42 


1742 


3 


44 


confirming proceedings of convention 


, , 


1746 


3 


365 


1746— 


3 : 373 


1746 


3 


377 


relating to the office and duty of a coroner 


. . 


1718 


1 


220 


to divide the province into counties 1755 — 


4 : 506 


1756 


5 


66 


1771— 


8: 76 


1771 


8 


79 


dividing province into counties and administering 








justice 17G!» — 

1769— 


7 : 325 
7 : 330 


1769 
1769 


7 
7 


329 
334 


explanatory of acts establishing counties 


, , 


1773 


8 


152 


establishing courts 1718—1:221 1743— 


3: 56 


1756 


5 


37 


regulating and altering courts . . 1730 — 


2 : 332 


1730 


2 


333 


1730— 2:334 1752— 


4:244 


1768 


5 


311 


1758 5 : 312 1758 


5 : 352 


1758 


5 


366 


changing sessions of court of appeals 


• • 


1717 


1 


210 



10 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



ACT, — (corUinucd) : 

to reduce leg;il lines t<» lawful nionev 17(>8 — 7 : 217 

1770— H: 7 

to rej^ulate Hue for ri'fiisinj^ to serve as eonstal)le 

to re<^nlate Hues of towns aud seleeluieu for uot 

keepino^ schools ....... 

riniiij; jurors nep;leetinrr tluty 



YEAR. 



to regulate 



extuigui 



u)g of fires 



175«— 5 : 357 1758— 5 : 358 
17G1— « : 125 17f)l— G : 135 
17G1— G:158 17G1— G: 1()G 
17(;3— G:375 17G8— G : 377 

regulating the fishery 

against obstructing passage of lish in rivers . 

]7G.}_ G:402 

for curing and (bulling of fish 

authorizing Jeremiah Fogg, guardian, to sell lands 

17G1— G: l.'iU 

for dividing lands of John Follsani 1743 — 3 : 58 

directing proceedings against forcible entry and 

detainer ........ 

for forfeitures, etc. (li(iuor), to go to county . 
on repairing fort William and Mary 
to erect Trancestown from New Boston Addition 
and Society Land ...... 

for Franccstown [minister tax] .... 

incorporating Freetown from N 



against trading with the French 
1755— 5: 



W. Chester 
17r,.'^,— G:378 



• 


. 1721— 1 


2G7 


1755 




17.05 — 5 . 


47 


1756 


, 


. 17.^4— 4: 


438 


1754 


, 


, 


• 


1748 




1748 4. 


64 


1748 


91 


1748— 4 


99 


1752 


258 


17G0— 6 


71 


17G0 


, 




, 


17G4 


, 


, 


, 


1730 




1730 2 


320 


1742 



5 1755 — 5 : 45 

175G— 5: 81 175G— 5:157 

to prevent supplying French or Spaniards with arms 

prohiliiting trade and commerce with French and 

Spanisli ........ 

against illegal trade with Cape Breton [alias Louis- 
burg] .... 

to prevent gaming . 
regulating gauging of casks 

1748— 4 : 

1752— 4: 
for relief of Antipas Oilman 
fixing governor's salary . 

town meeting 

1757— 5 : 301 
to enable (Jriflith & Huntress to sell a lot of land 

1759— G: 29 
to enable Abigail Hale to sell certain land 

1758— 5:342 
for guardians for Thomas Hall antl wife, distracted 
to save the beach at Hampton ..... 
for new parish in Hami)ton Falls [Seabrook] . 

17G.S— 7:247 
dissolving annual meeting at Hampton Falls, etc. 
for relief of John and Richard Harvey . 
against hawkers and i)etllcrs . . 1714 — 1 : 78 
reviving action by administrators of Richard Hazen's 

estate 1755 — 5 : 30 

to divide estate of James Heath . 1757 — 5 : 301 



to enable Greenland to call 



1770 
1770 
1771 

1771 
1771 
1757 
1758 
17G1 
17G1 
17G3 
1718 
17G4 
17G4 
1723 
17G1 
17G1 
1743 

1714 
1772 
1744 

1772 
1774 

1763 
1755 
1756 
1756 
1744 

1744 



VOL. 



1757 

1759 
1758 
1758 
1765 
1755 
1768 
1768 
1773 
1760 
1718 

1757 
1757 



8 
8 
8 

8 
8 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
1 
6 
6 
1 
6 
6 
3 

1 
8 
3 

8 
8 

6 
5 
6 
5 
3 



5 
6 
4 
4 
4 
4 
6 
6 
2 
2 



6 
5 
5 
7 
5 
7 
7 
8 
6 
1 

6 
6 



PAGE. 



1 
40 

68 

68 
68 
219 
359 
167 
176 
378 
221 
399 
405 
408 
149 
151 
71 

77 

114 

99 

127 
167 

379 
3 

80 
158 

90 

96 

46 
71 

462 

63 

87 

249 

88 

405 

318 

647 

302 

30 
339 
345 

46 

30 
246 
259 
148 

91 
221 

253 
302 



Province op New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



11 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ACT, — {continued) : 












for encourao-ement of sowino: and ( 


curing hemp 


1721 


1 


265 


for l)ounty on hemj) . 


. 1735 


2:450 


1735 


2 


452 


against high treason 


, 


, , 


1714 


1 


73 


highway . . 1711— 1: 77 


1718— 


1:221 


1721 


1 


268 


1723— 1:388 


1743— 


3: 56 


1743 


3 


66 


1743— 3 : 71 


1743 


3: 72 


1743 


3 


76 


1748 4: 94 


1748— 


4: 99 


1752 


4 


249 


1752— 4 : 270 


1752— 


4:276 


1752 


4 


277 


1753— 4 : 305 


1753— 


4 : 306 


1753 


4 


338 


1753— 4 : 339 


1754— 


4:404 


1754 


4 


409 


1754— 4:411 


1754— 


4:420 


1754 


4 


426 


1757— 5 : 213 


1757— 


5 : 257 


1757 


5 


268 


1757— 5 : 269 


1757— 


5:273 


1758 


5 


403 


1758 5 : 450 


1758— 


5 : 451 


1759 


5 


462 


1759— 5:465 


1759— 


5:466 


1759 


5 


485 


1759— 5 : 492 


1759— 


6: 2 


1759 


6 


15 


1759— 6: 16 


1760— 


6: 66 


1760 


6 


74 


1761— 6:215 


1765 


6:452 


1765 


6 


453 


1765 6 : 454 


1765— 


7: 15 


1765 


7 


16 


1765— 7 : 18 


1765 


7: 34 


1765 


7 


47 


1766 7: 62 


1770 


8: 8 


1770 


8 


32 


1770— 8 : 40 


1771— 


8: 69 


1771 


8 


108 


1771— 8:109 


1774— 


8 : 168 


1774 


8 


169 


for relief of Richard Hilton 


, , 


, , 


1743 


3 


bb 


setting off part of Ilollis 


, 


, , 


1765 


6 


453 




1765— 


6 : 454 


1765 


7 


4 


incorporating Hopkinton . 


, , 


, , 


1765 


6 


433 




1765— 


6 : 434 


1765 


6 


435 


to annex Hopkinton to Hillsboroug 


h county 


, , 


1772 


8 


125 


against ship jing of horses 


, 


. 


1714 


1 


78 


preventing damages Ijy horses 


, 


, 


1721 


1 


269 


for houses of correction . 


, 


, 


1765 


7 


39 




1766 


7: 66 


1766 


7 


70 


for relief of Idiots and distracted persons 


, 


1714 


1 


77 




1767— 


7 : 149 


1767 


7 


151 


encouraging killing and taking Indians . 


, 


1711 


1 


6 




1722— 


1 : 343 


1722 


1 


345 




1722— 


1 : 346 


1722 


1 


347 


1723— 1 : 387 


1723- 


1:388 


1723 


1 


391 


Boston, for scalp money . 


, , 


, , 


1722 


1 


346 


to prohilnt trade and commerce 


with Eastward 








Indians .... 


. 1721— 


1 : 296 


1721 


1 


297 




1728— 


2:127 


1728 


2 


128 


prohibiting importation of Indian s' 


aves 


• • 


1714 


1 


83 


preventing sale of strong drink to Indians 


, , 


1742 


3 


45 


against intemperance, profanity, 


immorality, and 








for reformation of manners 


, , 


, , 


1718 


1 


220 


for better regulation of manners 


. 


. 


1760 


6 


106 


to enable Joseph Jackson to sell lands 


, , 


1761 


6 


146 


to enable Richard -lenness to administer oath 


, etc. . 


1754 


4 


441 


for making void deed of ,Josepli Jones to Nathaniel 








Thompson .... 


. 1755— 


5: 60 


1755 


5 


61 


enabling judge of probate to act in 


sevei'al doubtful 








matters .... 


. , 


• 


1745 


3 


126 


to regulate confessing judgment before justices, etc. 










1770— 


8: 45 


1770 


8 


46 


to prevent default in jurors 


. 


, , 


1714 


1 


77 


for double juries 


. 


. 


1726 


2 


65 


regulating appointment of petit jurors . 


, 


1746 


3 


316 




1754— 4 : 438 


1754 


4 


447 



10 



Index to Journals of House of "Representatives, 



ACT, — (coiitinucd) : 

to recluce legal lines to la\vfiil money 1708 — 7 : 217 

1770— 8: 7 

to ri'fj^ulate line for refusing to serve as constable 

to regulate fines of towns anil selectmen for not 

ket'piiig schools ....... 

lining jurors neglecting duty 

to regulate extinguishing of fires .... 
1 75,S— 5 : ;357 1758— 6 : 358 
17(;i— (J: 125 17(;i— 0:135 
1701— 0:158 1701— 0:100 
1703— 0:375 1703— 0:377 

regulating the fishery 

against obstructing passage of lisli in rivers . 

1701— 6:402 

for curing and culling of fish 

authorizing Jeremiah Fogg, guardian, to sell lands 

1701— 0:150 
for dividing lands of John Follsam 1743 — 3: 58 
directing proceedings against forcible entry and 

detainer 

for forlcilurcs, etc. (liipior), to go to county . 
on repairing fort William and Mary 
to erect Francestown from New Boston Addition 
and Society Land ...... 

for Francestown [minister tax] .... 

incori^orating Freetown from N. W. Chester 

1703— 



YEAR. 



against trading w'ith the French 

1755 — 5 : 5 1755 — 5 : 
1750— 5: 81 1750— 5: 

to i)revent supplying French or Spaniards with arms 



378 

45 
157 



pi 



ohibitins: trade and commerce with Fiviuh and 



Spanish ........ 

against illegal trade with Cape Breton [alias Loui.s- 



burg] 



to i)rcvcnt gammg . 
refrulatiiifr <cauging of casks 

O ^D CD CD C? 



1748— 4; 

1752— 4; 
for relief of Anti])as Oilman 
fixing governor's salary . 



91 

258 



1721— 
1755— 
175- 

1748- 
1748- 
1700— 6: 



1:267 
5: 47 
4:438 



4: 
4: 



04 
99 
71 



1730— 2:320 
to enable Greenland to call town meeting 

1757— 5 : 301 
to enable (Iriflitli & Huntress to sell a lot of land 

17,59— 0: 29 
to enable Abigail Hale to sell certain land 

17,08— 5:342 
for guardians for Thomas Hall .and wife, distracted 
to save tlie beach at Hampton ..... 
for new parish in Hampton Falls [Seabrook] . 

1708— 7:247 
dissolving annual meeting at Hampton Falls, etc. 
for relief of John and llichard Hurve}' . 
against hawkers and pcdlcrs . . 1714 — 1 : 78 
reviving action by administrators of Richard Hazcn's 
estate ...... 1755 — 5: 30 

to divide estate of James Heath . 1757 — 6 : 301 



1770 
1770 
1771 

1771 
1771 
17.57 
17.58 
1701 
1701 
1703 
1718 
17C)4 
1704 
1723 
1701 
1701 
1743 

1714 

1772 
1744 

1772 
1774 

1703 
1755 
1750 
1750 
1744 

1744 

1755 
1750 
1754 
1748 
1748 
1752 
1700 
1704 
1730 
1742 

1757 



VOL. 



8 
8 
8 

8 
8 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
1 

G 
1 
6 
6 
3 

1 
8 
3 

8 
8 

6 
5 
6 
5 
3 



5 
5 
4 
4 
4 
4 
6 
6 
2 
2 



PAGE. 



1759 


6 


30 


1758 


6 


339 


1758 


5 


345 


1705 


7 


46 


1755 


5 


30 


1708 


7 


246 


1708 


7 


259 


1773 


8 


148 


1760 


6 


91 


1718 


1 


221 


17.57 


6 


253 


1757 


5 


302 



1 

40 
68 

68 
68 
219 
.359 
157 
176 
378 
221 
399 
405 
408 
149 
151 
71 

77 

114 

99 

127 
167 

379 
3 

80 
158 

90 

96 

46 

71 

462 

63 

87 

249 

88 

405 

318 

647 

302 



Province op New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



11 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ACT, — (^continued) : 












for encouragement of sowing and ( 


3uring hemp 


1721 


1 


265 


for bounty on hemp . 


. 1735 


2:450 


1735 


2 


452 


against high treason 


, , 


, 


1714 


1 


73 


highway . . 1714— 1: 77 


1718— 


1:221 


1721 


1 


268 


1723— 1:388 


1743 


3: 56 


1743 


3 


66 


1743— 3 : 71 


1743 


3: 72 


1743 


3 


76 


1748— 4: 94 


1748— 


4: 99 


1752 


4 


249 


1752— 4 : 270 


1752— 


4 : 276 


1752 


4 


277 


1753— 4 : 305 


1753— 


4 : 306 


1753 


4 


338 


1753 4 : 339 


1754— 


4:404 


1754 


4 


409 


1754— 4:411 


1754— 


4:420 


1754 


4 


426 


1757— 5 : 213 


1757— 


5 : 257 


1757 


5 


268 


1757— 5 : 269 


1757— 


5:273 


1758 


5 


403 


1758— 5 : 450 


1758— 


5 : 451 


1759 


5 


462 


1759— 5:465 


1759— 


5 : 466 


1759 


5 


485 


1759— 5 : 492 


1759— 


6: 2 


1759 


6 


15 


1759— 6: 16 


1760 


6: 66 


1760 


6 


74 


1761— 6:215 


1765 


6 : 452 


1765 


6 


453 


1765 6 : 454 


1765— 


7: 15 


1765 


7 


16 


1765 7: 18 


1765— 


7: 34 


1765 


7 


47 


1766— 7 : 62 


1770— 


8: 8 


1770 


8 


32 


1770— 8: 40 


1771— 


8: 69 


1771 


8 


108 


1771— 8:109 


1774— 


8 : 168 


1774 


8 


169 


for relief of Eichard Ilillon 


, , 


. , 


1743 


3 


55 


setting oti" part of Ilollis 


, , 


, , 


1765 


6 


453 




1765— 


6 : 454 


1765 


7 


4 


incorporating Hopkinton . 


• • 


. , 


1765 


6 


433 




1765 


6 : 434 


1765 


6 


435 


to annex Hopkinton to Hillsboroug 


h county 


, , 


1772 


8 


125 


against shipping of horses 


, , 


. 


1714 


1 


78 


preventing c amages by horses 


, , 


. 


1721 


1 


269 


for houses of correction . 


J , 


, 


1765 


7 


39 




1766— 


7: 66 


1766 


7 


70 


for relief of idiots and distracted persons 


, , 


1714 


1 


77 




1767— 


7 : 149 


1767 


7 


151 


encouraging killing and taking Indians . 


, 


1711 


1 


6 




1722— 


I : 343 


1722 


1 


345 




1722 — 


1 : 346 


1722 


1 


347 


1723— 1:387 


1723- 


1 : 3S8 


1723 


1 


391 


Boston, for scalp money . 


, 


. 


1722 


1 


346 


to pi-ohiljit trade and connuerce 


with Eastward 








Indians .... 


. 1721— 


1 : 296 


1721 


1 


297 




1728— 


2:127 


1728 


2 


128 


prohibiting importation of Indian s 


aves 


, 


1714 


1 


83 


preventing sale of strong drink to Indians 


. 


1742 


3 


45 


against intemperance, profanity, 


immorality, and 








for reformation of manners 


^ , 


, , 


171S 


1 


220 


for better regulation of manners 


. 


, 


17(iO 


6 


106 


to enable Joseph Jackson to sell lands 


, , 


1761 


6 


146 


to enable Richard Jenness to administer oath 


, etc. . 


1754 


4 


441 


for making void d(!ed of Joseph Jones to Natlianiel 








Thomj)son .... 


. 1755 


5: 60 


1755 


5 


61 


enabling judge of probate to act in 


several doubtful 








matters .... 


, ^ 




1745 


3 


126 


to regulate confessing judgment before justices, etc. 










1770— 


8: 45 


1770 


8 


46 


to prevent default in jurors 


. 


, , 


1714 


1 


77 


for double juries 


, 


, 


1726 


2 


65 


regulating appointment of petit jurors . 


. 


1746 


3 


316 




1754— 4 : 438 


1754 


4 


447 



12 



Index to Journals of Mouse of Representatives, 



• 


VE.Vll. 


VOL. 


PAOB. 


ACT, — (continued) : 












reguhitinj; aitpointnient of petit jurors 


17.54— 


4:461 


1754 


4 


463 


for choosing grand jurors and dircctin 


g their . 


service 


1754 


4 


447 




17.04— 


4:461 


1754 


4 


463 


regulating choice of jurors 


, 


, , 


17.04 


4 


425 




17.0.'^- 


5:350 


1758 


5 


356 


for partition of lands in John Kennat 


d's estate 


1763 


6 


375 




1763— 


6:377 


1763 


6 


378 


c.stal)lishing Kensington . 


, 


, 


1737 


2 


502 


removing liigiiway in Kingston 


1747— 


3:464 


1747 


3 


471 


for sale of highway in Kingston 


. 


• • 


1755 


4 


570 


lamp [" to prevent breaking or damnifying 


street 








lamps," MS. Laws 2 : 2<;u] 


, 


, , 


1754 


4 


429 


to make lands lialjlo to pay debts 


, 


, , 


1714 


1 


77 


to make lands and tenements liable, etc. 


• 


1718 


1 


220 


limiting time for redemption of lands 


) 


, 


1717 


1 


197 


for partition of lands and real estate 


, 


, . 


1714 


1 


77 


17o.>— 4:. 001 


1757— 


5 : 201 


17.09 


5 


460 


17.09— 5 : 463 


1763 


6 : 321 


1763 


6 


322 


17()3 6 : 375 


1763 


6 : 376 


1764 


6 


388 


1704— 6:392 


1764— 


6:393 


1765 


7 


13 


17(i.O— 7 : 14 


1765— 


7: 15 


1765 


7 


34 


176.0— 7 : 47 


1765— 


7: 64 


1766 


7 


87 


for revision of laws .... 


, 


, , 


1717 


1 


209 


for comi)iling new body of laws 


, 


. . 


1754 


4 


421 


to confirm new edition of laws 


, 


• • 


1761 


6 


219 


to incorporate Lee from Durham 


, 


• • 


1766 


7 


60 




1766— 


7: 62 


1766 


7 


65 


to stop law-suits against borderers or 


1 province line 










1731— 


2 : 341 


1731 


2 


342 


for liglit for vessels at fort William and Mary 


1771 


8 


98 


1772— 8:116 


1772— 


8 


118 


1773 


8 


142 


1774— 8 : 197 


1774— 


8 


207 


1774 


8 


211 


of limitations ..... 


1761— 


6 


1.08 


1766 


7 


66 


1771— 8: 64 


1771— 


8 


108 


1771 


8 


109 


confirming [the title of] the heirs of Samuel Little- 








hale . . . . . . 


17.08— 


5 : 332 


1758 


5 


336 


auliiorizing sealer of linen in Londonderry 


• • 


1731 


2 


345 


' limiting number of taverners in Lone 


onderry 












17,08— 5 : 336 


1758 


5 


337 


for more taverns in Londonderry 


, 


, 


1760 


6 


105 




1761— 


6 : 148 


1761 


6 


1.07 


regulating Londonderry parishes 


, 


, , 


1774 


8 


167 


for l)etter oljservation of Lord's day 


. 


, , 


1718 


1 


221 


1747— 3:514 


17.06— 


5: 81 


1756 


5 


83 


17.06— 5: 88 


1756— 


5:217 


17.07 


5 


273 


17.08— 5:398 


17.08— 


5 : 400 


1758 


5 


450 


1758— 5:451 


1759— 


5 : 462 


17.09 


5 


465 


17.09— 5:466 


1759— 


6: 16 


1761 


6 


138 


1761— 6: 148 


1761— 


6 : 152 


17(il 


6 


161 


1761— 6: 164 


1761— 


6: KiO 


1761 


6 


176 


1761— 6:186 


1761— 


6:196 


1761 


6 


216 


17(Jl_ 6:219 


1762— 


6:241 


1762 


6 


242 


1762— 6:250 


1762— 


6 : 251 


1762 


6 


264 


1762— 6:265 


1762— 


6 : 268 


1762 


6 


271 


1762— 6 : 282 


1762— 


% : 298 


1763 


6 


314 


176.3— 6:315 


1763— 


6:316 


1763 


6 


351 


176:5— 6:375 


1763— 


6 : 377 


1764 


6 


388 


1764— 6 : 392 


1764— 


6 : 393 


1774 


8 


204 


suppressing lotteries 


, 


, , 


1753 


4 


354 




1754— 


4 


:438 


1754 


4 


462 



Province of ISTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



13 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ACT, — {continued) : 








regulating sizes [assize] and admeasurement of 








lumber 


1753 


4 


307 


1754—4:409 1754—4:420 


1760 


6 


61 


1760— 6: 71 1760— 6: 88 


1760 


6 


90 


to enable Stephen March to have writ of review, etc. 


1755 


4 


508 


1755 4:570 1755 5: 27 


1756 


5 


116 


1756 5:118 1756 5:120 


1756 


5 


158 


1756— 5:182 1756— 6:183 


1756 


5 


184 


to prevent incestuous marriages .... 


1714 


1 


77 


to purchase Mason's claims ..... 


1748 


4 


98 


to restore to their law Daniel INIerrill and John and 








Henry Hale, Jr 


1766 


7 


108 


to preserve fish in Merrimack river and at Amos- 








keag falls 


1757 


5 


221 


1757— 5 : 233 1761— 6 : 149 


1761 


6 


150 


1761— 6 : 152 1764— 6 : 392 


1764 


6 


393 


1764— 6 : 395 1765— 7 : 9 


1767 


7 


116 


1767— 7 : 118 1773— 8 : 152 


1773 


8 


155 


regulating militia .... 1718 — 1 : 220 


1722 


1 


347 


1746 3:314 1754— 4:438 


1754 


4 


462 


1756 5 : 171 1756 5 : 175 


1765 


6 


457 


1765— 6 : 468 1765— 7 : 5 


1770 


8 


57 


regulating military fines . . 1740 — 2 : 552 


1740 


2 


563 


1740— 2:569 1758— 5:331 


1758 


5 


364 


1773 8:140 1773 8:141 


1773 


8 


142 


for more speedy levying soldiers, etc. 


1755 


5 


34 


for enlisting volunteers ...... 


1758 


5 


366 


for impressing men 1758 — 5 : 384 1758 — 5 : 886 


1758 


5 


415 


to punish delinquents in impressing men 


1758 


5 


415 


to punish deserters 


1747 


3 


452 


for payment of wounded soldiers .... 


1718 


1 


220 


for jiileling soldiers . . . 1758 — 5:311 


1758 


5 


312 


for commissary to Louisburg 


1745 


3 


272 


general, for Crown Point expedition 1756 — 5 : 122 


1756 


5 


137 


to raise 800 men for Canada expedition . 


1758 


5 


370 


1758 5:371 


1758 


5 


379 


1758 5:410 1760 6: 71 


1760 


6 


74 


1760— 6 : 88 176(»— 6 : 90 


1760 


6 


93 


for raising 1,000 men for expedition under General 








Amherst 


1759 


5 


488 


1759— 5 : 489 1759— 5 : 49 1 


1759 


5 


494 


1759 5:497 1759 6: 2 


1759 


6 


16 


for raising 534 new [levy] and 143 [on] levies for 








1762 1762— 6:251 


1762 


6 


253 


1762— 6 : 254 


17(i3 


6 


326 


enabling Ebenezer Miller to sell lands in Bedford . 


1764 


() 


409 


to enable Thomas Millet to convey certain lands . 


1758 


5 


430 


1758— 5:431 


1759 


5 


479 


voiding fraudulent deed of Eligood Mills 


1771 


8 


iSb 


regulating mills 


1718 


1 


221 


for supply of the ministry . . 1714 — 1 : 1'^ 


1724 


2 


5 


obliging towns or pai-islies neglecting to call an 








orthodox minister, etc. ..... 


1716 


1 


180 


for maintenance and supply of the ministry . 


1770 


8 ■ 


14 


for sale of real estate of Robert Mitcliel 


1769 


7 


295 


for relief of Jonathan Moulton, guardian 


1765 


() 


449 


1765— 6:450 1765— 7: 4 


1765 


7 


23 


1765— 7 : 24 1765— 7 : 34 


1765 


7 


49 


for dividing estate of John Mudget .... 


1754 


4 


438 


against murder, etc. 


1718 


1 


220 



14 



Index to Journals of House of Kepkesentatives, 



ACT, — (cofidnmd) : 

to pn-veiit murdering bastard children 

to enaljle Kiihard Nason, executor, to convey land 

of parliatncnt, encourajxin^j: naval stores 

to ciial)lc New lioston to build nieelin'f-house 



111 



17<i5— 
17<Jo— 
1760— 
1706— 



■112 

451 

8 

49 



lor relief of New Britain 

17(35— 7 : 4 

17(;5— 7: 33 
for benefit of ministry in New Castle 
for lottery for New Castle bridge . 

17(;U— G: 83 
for laying part of loan on New Castle and Rye 
promoting settlement of New Durham 

17(it;— 7 : GO 
for sale of coiimion lands in New Ilo])kintoji . 

17G3— 



17<)0— 
17G0— 



77 
84 



17G3— 

1727— 



351 
372 
103 



YEAH. 



for establishing Newmarket 

for Newmarket lottery ...... 

17(iO_ G: 79 17G0— 6: 83 
17(;0_ G: 89 1770— 8: 2 
to set oil' Northwood from Nottingham 

1772— 8 : 125 
appointing committee on bounds in Nottingham 

17G5— G:43G 
for committee on Nottingham lots and highways 

17G5— 7 : 14 17G5— t : 33 
for new parish in Nottingham, S. W. [Deerlield] . 
establishing forms of oaths . . 1718 — 1:181 
to dissolve marriage between John Odiorne, Jr., 

and Eunice [Seavey] 

to divide estate of Jotham Odiorne 1754 — 4 : 456 
to enable Mrs. Elizabeth raschal to sell lands 

17(;;3_ G:375 17G3— G : 376 
divorcing Elii)halet Fattee from Abigail Eliot 

1772—8:127 
for relief of Martha Pearson ..... 

for suppression of pedlers, etc. .... 

on pedlers' tax ....... 

incorporating Pembroke from Piow, Suncook, and 

P.uckstrcct 1759— G: 30 

for relief of Pembroke Presbyterians 17G3 — G : 379 
to settle estates of Samuel and John Pcnihallow 

1745— 3 : 159 1 
1745— 3:178 
on petition of Sir William Pepperell 
for reviewing Pickcrin v. Towle .... 

impowering Dorothy Pickering and Titus S:Uter to 
convey hinds ....... 

for now conmiission on estate of Natliimicl I'ierce . 
to preserve fish in Piscata<jua river 1770 — 8: 19 
for support of the j)oor ...... 

investing overseers of the poor with jjower, etc., 
to employ children . . . 17(')G — 7: G3 

for three J. Ps. {unus quorum) to regulate Main- 
tenance of the poor ...... 

incorporating Poplin from Brentwood 

17G4— G:419 
relating to succession of ministry in Portsmouth 
for proprietors of common lands in Portsmouth 



1714 
1755 
1722 
1765 
1765 
1765 
1765 
1766 
1748 
1760 
1760 
1761 

17G7 
1763 
1763 
1763 
1737 
1760 
1760 
1770 

1772 
1765 
17G5 
17G5 
1765 
1766 
1718 

1756 
17.55 
1763 
1764 

1773 
1764 
1714 
1721 

17.59 
1763 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1753 
1753 

1766 
1767 
1773 
1774 

1766 

1771 

17G4 
1723 
1754 



VOL. 



1 

6 
1 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
4 
6 
6 
6 

7 
6 
6 
6 
2 
6 
6 
8 

8 
6 
6 

7 
7 
7 
1 

5 
4 
6 
6 

8 
6 
1 
1 

6 
6 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 

7 
7 
8 
8 

7 

8 

6 
1 
4 



PAOB. 



77 

15 

311 

440 

467 

452 

9 

65 

86 

79 

89 

221 

164 

348 

361 

373 

502 

76 

84 

6 

126 

435 

439 

4 

34 

53 

220 

66 
542 
374 
405 

137 

405 

75 

284 

32 
380 
152 
175 
179 
342 
317 

109 
121 
1.53 
168 

65 

69 

420 

411 

♦ 442 



Province of New Hampshiiie, 1711-1775. 



15 



ACT, — {contimied) : 

granting lottery to Portsmouth for paving streets . 

1760— 6: 80 
1760— 6 : 84 
granting lottery for road from Portsmouth to R3'e 

1765— 6 : 456 
reo-ulating swine in Portsmoutli .... 

for i^roviding jjounds and to prevent rescous and 
breacli ........ 

for relief of executors of will of Mary Frost Pres- 

cutt . 

settling fee of land at Raymond in Benjamin 

Preseutt 

i-egulating prisons in case of escapes 
for better securing payment of ])rison charges 
to prevent charges arising upon this province for 
prisoners committed for tlieft .... 
for relief of prisoners for debt, and debtors 



probate 



1745— 
1745— 
1764— 
1765— 
1766— 
1767— 
1771— 
1774— 



177 

242 
418 
457 

54 
151 

70 
170 



1754— 4:420 



1745- 

1745- 

1765- 

1765— 

1766— 

1770— 

1772— 

1774— 

1753— 

1757— 



3:178 
3:249 
6:440 
13 
64 
52 
129 
193 
332 
200 



to i^revent profane cursing and sweailng 



proprietary 



1747— 
1753— 
1764— 

1754— 

1758— 
1759— 
1759— 
1761— 
1761— 
1762— 
1702- 
1763— 
1763— 
1764— 
1765— 
1765— 
1765— 
1774— 
1774— 



authorizing license of public 



497 
295 
401 

404 

396 

460 
6 

157 

176 

277 

284 

346 

376 

393 

: 4 

17 

47 

168 

203 
houses 



1747— 
1764— 
1766— 
1752— 
1751- 
1758— 
1759— 
1759— 
1761— 
1762— 
17G2— 
1762— 
1763— 
1764— 
1764— 
1765— 
1765— 
1766— 
1774— 
1774— 



508 
398 

90 
275 
420 
420 
462 

15 
165 
263 
281 
287 
352 
888 
406 
6 

33 

62 
169 
204 



1742— 3 : 43 



limiting 



restrammg 



enablins: sessions to grant taverns . 

taverns .... 1758 — 
1758— 5:422 1758— 
tavern-keepers, etc. 
keepers 
about prudential affairs 
excusing Quaker constables from 

isters' rates 
for exempting Quakers from impressment 
to ease Quakers of tax . . , 1761 — 6:158 



grantmg towns tavern 



420 
423 



1770— 8: 47 



collecting min- 



TEAR. 


VOL. 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1765 


6 


1771 


8 


1718 




1768 




1768 




1714 




1718 




1718 




1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1764 


6 


1765 


6 


1765 


7 


1767 


7 


1771 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1754 


4 


1757 


5 


1747 


3 


1752 


4 


1764 


6 


1770 


8 


1753 


4 


1757 


5 


1758 


5 


1759 


5 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1763 


6 


1764 


6 


1765 


6 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1770 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1742 


3 


1742 


3 


1753 


4 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1761 


6 


1770 


8 


1714 


1 


1731 


2 


1759 


5 


1761 


6 



PAGE. 



36 

83 
89 

457 
59 

220 

249 

271 

77 

220 

220 

167 

217 

409 

454 

14 

149 

60 

169 

203 

402 

201 

496 

257 

399 

48 

307 

201 

422 

463 

156 

166 

275 

283 

294 

375 

392 

454 

7 

34 

47 

170 

211 

42 

44 

368 

421 

430 

138 

54 

78 

346 

494 
166 



IG 



Index to Journals of House of T^epuesentatives, 





YEAU. 


VOL. 


PAOB. 


ACT, — (('0)i(i?iind) : 








to eiise (iuakL'is of tax ... ... 


1764 


6 


394 


1761— 6:396 


1764 


6 


397 


to protect Kdimiiul C^tiiirify against creditors . 


17.58 


5 


340 


1758— 5 : 342 


1758 


6 


345 


17.-,S_ .0:;M7 


17.08 


5 


357 


for choosing recorder . . . 1742 — 3: 40 


1742 


3 


43 


1743 3: 4.S 


1745 


3 


126 


for recorder to perfect .some omissions, etc. . 


1743 


3 


72 


for recortling powers of attorney, allidavits, etc. 








17<56— 7 : 66 


1766 


7 


70 


making good and valid certain records in registry 








of deeds, etc. ....... 


1768 


7 


247 


reviving sundry acts, exjjiring .... 


1770 


8 


15 


1770— 8: 40 


1770 


8 


48 


1770— 8: r,[ 1771— 8: 70 


1772 


8 


126 


of Massachusetts, relating to Rhode Island 


1744 


3 


84 


)iot 


1721 


1 


2(i9 


1721— 1:283 1727— 2:107 


1727 


2 


108 


1727— 2:109 1728— 2:112 


1728 


2 


114 


172S— 2:119 1728— 2:120 


1728 


2 


128 


1728 2: 130 1754— 4:441 


1754 


4 


448 


1754— 4 : 462 1758— 5 : 319 


1761 


6 


219 


1762— 6:242 1762— 6:243 


1762 


6 


250 


1762— 6:251 1762— 6:252 


1762 


6 


264 


1762— 6 : 265 1762— 6 : 268 


1762 


6 


271 


1762— 6 : 282 1762— 6 : 298 


1770 


8 


48 


for suppressing robbery and a.ssaults 


1718 


1 


220 


for Kockingham to pay Strallbrd county ■ 

for tliree sons of JJaniel Rogers to add Rindge to 


1773 


8 


153 








Christian names 1768 — 7 : 252 1768 — 7 : 253 


1768 


7 


259 


for supi^ressing and punishing rogues, vagabonds, 








etc 


1718 


1 


220 


to settle inheritance of Mrs. Sarah Ross's estate 


1764 


6 


392 


1764— 6 : 394 1764— 6 : 395 


1765 


7 


14 


1765 7: 15 1765 7: 16 


1765 


7 


34 


incorporating Rumford 


17.56 


6 


188 


relating to Rye marsh . . .1 7(;3— 6 : 334 


1763 


6 


335 


1763— 6:375 


1763 


6 


376 


for lottery to Rye and Portsmouth . 1765 — 6 : 456 


1765 


7 


4 


1765— 7: 6 1765— 7: 7 


1765 


7 


83 


1765— 7 : 34 1765— 7 : 48 


1766 


7 


77 


for setting ofl" the parish of Rye .... 


1772 


8 


125 


Sabbath {see l.ord's day, above). 










1760 


G 


82 


17(;i_ f;:i;n 


17(;i 


6 


133 


to make Salmon Falls mill owners a ])ropriety 


1761 


6 


223 


for division of Nathaniel Sargent's estjxte 


1765 


6 


440 


1765— 6:441 


1765 


6 


442 


1765 7 : 4 


1765 


7 


45 


relating to grammar .schools . . 1721 — 1:266 


1724 


2 


5 


against selling without license .... 


1722 


1 


355 


setting olV debts :ind mutual demands 1765 — 7: 16 


1765 


7 


17 


1765— 7: 34 


17()5 


7 


36 


for restraining inhuman severities .... 


1718 


1 


220 


sheep ^ . 


1757 


6 


257 


1757— 5:268 1761— 6:220 


1762 


6 


241 


1762— 6:242 1762— 6:251 


1762 


6 


264 


1762— 6:265 1762— 6 : 26S 


1762 


6 


271 


17(;2— 6 : 2S2 1762— 6 : 29S 


1770 


8 


47 


for relief of S:irah Sherburne, guardian 


1773 


8 


141 



Province of ISTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



17 



ACT, — {continued) : 

ap2)ointing sheriff to keep common gaol . 
for sherift''s sale of goods . . 1773 — 8 : 137 
for assize of shingles . . . 1728 — 2:112 
1728— 2 : 127 1728— 2 : 128 
for assize of shingles, j^acking pork, etc. 
to prevent shooting sea-gulls out of boats, etc. 

against gunning on floats 

for lottery for jjier at Isles of Shoals 17G7 — 7 : 157 
for selling real estate of Ann SI ay ton 
providing in case of sickness, etc., especially small- 
pox 

1748— 4: 95 1748— 4: 99 
1752— 4 : 269 1754— 4 : 409 
1755— 4:547 1755— 4:569 

1757— 5 : 289 1758— 5 : 345 

1758— 5 : 375 1759— 6 : 15 

1761— 6 : 175 1761— 6 : 176 

1762— 6:243 1762— 6:250 
1762— 6 : 252 1762— 6 : 264 
1762— 6 : 268 1762— 6 : 271 

1762— 6 : 298 1763— 6 : 314 

1763— 6 : 316 1763— 6 : 375 

1764— 6 : 388 1764— 6 : 392 

1765— 7 : 14 1765— 7 : 15 
1765— 7: 34 1765— 7: 48 

for divorce to Samuel Smallcorn .... 

1765— 7 : 4 1765— 7 : 9 

1765— 7: 48 1765— 7: 49 

ordei'ing partition of lands devised by M^ill of Jabez 

Smith . . , . . . . 1763— 6 : 313 

1763— 6 : 316 
constituting Maj. Joseph Smith guardian of Joseph 

Tibbetts 1765— 6 : 444 

1765— 6:447 
for relief of Josejih Smith's executors . 
to provide snow-shoes and moggisons 
to prevent sons and servants absenting, etc. . 
to establish line between South Hampton and 

Newton . 

against stage plays and theatrical 



entertainments 
1773— 8 : 137 

1765— 6 : 430 

1766— 7: 73 
1770— 8 : 21 



stamp, of parliament 

1766— 7 : 71 

1766— 7 : 109 
for settlement of Stevens Town . . . . 
against receiving stolen goods .' . . . 

for highway from Stonington, through Lancaster, 



etc. 



1769— 7 : 291 



for bridge from Stratham to Newmarket 

1760— 6 : 36 

granting Stratham and Newmarket a lottery 

1760— 6: 85 

I'clating to strays and lost goods .... 

sugar, endeavoring repeal of . 

enabling Sumersworth to choose collector 

incorporating SuiiKU-swortli ..... 

relating to sureties, in mean process, in civil 
actions ........ 

incorporating Surry ...... 

to ease people that are scrupulous of swearing 

3 



TEAK. 



1714 
1773 

1728 
1728 
1743 
1711 
1717 
1767 
1760 

1714 
1752 
1754 
1757 
1758 
1759 
1761 
1762 
1762 
1762 
1763 
1763 
1764 
1765 
1774 
1765 
1765 
1766 

1763 
1762 

1765 
1765 
1768 
1745 
1714 

1772 

1773 
1766 
1766 
1770 
1766 
1714 

1770 
1747 
1768 

1760 
1718 
1765 
1748 
1754 

1718 
1769 
1718 



VOI-. 



1 

8 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
7 
6 

1 

4 
4 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
7 
8 
6 
7 
7 

6 
6 

6 

7 
7 
3 
1 



8 
7 
7 
8 
7 
1 



3 
7 

6 
1 
6 
4 

4 

1 

7 
1 



PAGE. 



78 
149 
113 
130 

51 

5 

209 

163 

92 

77 
249 
420 
287 
347 

16 
177 
251 
265 
282 
315 
376 
393 

16 
169 
457 

33 

62 

315 

368 

446 

4 

216 

113 

77 

116 

140 
59 

82 
23 
92 

77 

341 
493 
199 

89 
220 
430 

82 
^442 

220 
285 
220 



18 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



YKAK. 



VOL. 



ACT, — {amtuiucd) : 

fur ri'vii'W ami stay of proceedings in re Jonatlian 

Swett 

for management of swine [or hogs] 

1700— 6: 91 1767— 7:147 
177()_ s: 4."^ 1771- 8: 58 
diviiling estate of Bartholomew Tiling . 
for dividing estate of Samuel Thing 
impowering Thomlinson to receive grants 

17(i()— 6: 117 
impowering the Thomlinsons' agents at court 
for Elx'iiczer Thompson and James Keed to call 

and hold meetings, etc 

concerning division of Robert Thompson's real 

estate 17.>H— 5 : 324 

enabling Samuel Thompson and wife to convey 
lands to Robert Thompson . . 1758 — 5 : 373 
enal)ling Obadiah Tibbetts to exchange lands 

1761— 6:131 
for settlement of Mary v. Amos Towle . 

1705— 6:457 

to enable Phillip and Elisha Towle to divide sundry 

lands . . 1700—6: 51 1700—6: 54 

regulating townships, choice of officers, fixing their 

powers, etc 1718— 1 : 220 

1760— 6: 95 1765— 6:456 
regulating town and proprietors' meetings 

for regulating town meetings, etc 

1748— 4 : 99 1752— 4 : 249 

1761— 6:125 1761— 6:135 
1763— 6 : 375 1703— (! : 377 

regulating calling town meetings, etc. . 

176.=)— 7: 14 

1765— 7: 16 1705— 7: 34 

1766— 7: 62 1770— 8: 47 
on choosing town officers at other times than annual 

meeting 1743 — 3: 53 

about swearing town officers 

' impowering selectmen, etc., to swear town officers 

1760— 6 : 77 
directing admission of town inhabitants 

1747— 4: 36 1700— 7: 64 
relating to proprietors and non-residents of new towns 
to enaljje towns, villages, and pr()i)rietors in com- 
mon and undividtnl lands to sue and be sued 
to secure Robert Trail the monopoly of brewing 
strong beer ........ 

of ti-espass 1718— 1 : 220 

1729— 2 : 171 1740— 2 : 552 

174(>_ 2:567 1740— 2:569 

175.->— 5: 37 175s— 5:330 

for relief of John Tuck . . . 170."> — 7 : 4'^ 

about turpentine, revived ..... 

continuing Maj. William V:mghan r. PMward C'alu . 

about will of (ieorge Vauglian .... 

for sale of Vaughan"s lanii, etc. . 1742 — *2:031 

for making partition of messuage, etc., belonging 

to heirs of Margaret Vauglian .... 

Virginia 1751— 4:421 

to lix ratable estate for qualification of voters 

1771— 8: 82 



1754 
1718 
1767 
1771 
1767 
1754 

1760 
1763 

1774 

1758 

1758 

1761 
1765 
1765 

1760 

1748 
1771 
1718 
1748 
1761 
1763 
1764 
1764 
1765 
1765 
1771 

1743 
1716 
1760 
1760 
1718 
1766 
1734 

1718 

1766 
1724 
1740 
1740 
1771 
1776 
1717 
1710 
172i) 
1742 

1747 
1754 

1771 



4 
1 
7 
8 

7 
4 

6 
6 



6 
6 
6 



4 
8 
1 
4 
6 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
8 

3 
1 
6 
6 
1 
7 
2 



7 
2 
2 
3 
8 
7 
1 
1 
2 
3 

3 
4 



PAGE. 



404 
220 
151 
64 
149 
397 

118 
335 

170 

325 

374 

133 
456 
467 

56 

97 

71 

220 

87 

124 

351 

392 

409 

15 

47 

61 

64 

180 
76 
79 

220 
77 

408 

221 

108 

.'> 

553 

315 

68 

62 

209 

172 

l.OO 

40 

515 
437 

109 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



19 





TEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ACT, — (continued) : 








reo^ulatinff watchmen 


1760 


6 


106 


1760 6:107 


1760 


6 


110 


reffulatino: weights and measuves .... 


1718 


1 


220 


1766— 7 : 64 


1766 


7 


70 


for relief of Eliza Wentworth .... 


1734 


2 


411 


dissolving marriage of Eleanor Wilson with James 








Stickney 1756— 5 : 118 


1756 


5 


120 


1757— 5 : 200 


1757 


5 


201 


for road from governor's house in Wolfeboi-ough to 








Dartmouth College 


1771 


8 


102 


encouraging killing of wolves .... 


1718 


1 


220 


fixing premiums for killing wolves .... 


1771 


8 


68 


about cord-wood ....... 


1714 


1 


77 


regulating cording of wood ..... 


1758 


5 


387 


1758 5:389 


1758 


5 


392 


prescribing forms of writs in civil cases 


1718 


1 


221 


to prevent loss of writs, etc 


1765 


6 


467 


1765 — 7 : 15 


1765 


7 


16 


1765— 7 : 17 1765— 7 : 34 


1765 


7 


35 


for service of writs in review on non-inhabitants . 


1768 


7 


198 


ACTS (see also Laivs and Printing) : 








not to be assented to by governor, without clause 








providing for approval by king .... 


1721 


1 


279 


private, not to be printed 


1746 


3 


333 


convention no right to pass any .... 


1757 


5 


295 


drawing . . ' 1746 3 : 436 1753— 4 : 338 


1755 


4 


574 


1757_ 5 : 272 1758— 5 : 380 


1758 


5 


393 


1759 6: 12 1760 6:107 


1761 


6 


212 


1762— 6 : 266 1767— 7 : 123 


1773 


8 


154 


drawing and copying . . . 1774 — 8 : 210 


1774 


8 


211 


copying and engrossing 


1761 


6 


225 


of parliament (see also Act, stamp, above) 


1722 


1 


311 


1722— 1 : 326 1727— 2 : 100 


1730 


2 


310 


1730 2:313 1731 2:335 


1732 


2 


377 


1734— 2 : 398 1734— 2 : 422 


1737 


2 


476 


1740 2:557 1759 6: 25 


1765 


7 


17 


1766 7: 71 1770 8: 21 


1770 


8 


23 


pi'ovince, revised ....... 


1747 


3 


*485 


struct dead . 1756— 5 : 153 1762— 6 : 249 


1763 


6 


314 


sundry, passed by house, council to concur in . 


1763 


6 


346 


ACTIONS (see also Limilidion and Writs) : 








civil, sureties in mean process .... 


1718 


1 


220 


against non-residents, brought how 


1734 


2 


430 


ACWORTH : 








inventory ......... 


1773 


8 


159 


ADAMS, CArx. : 








house of, proposed for governor's .... 


1771 


8 


72 


ADAINIS, Rev. Hugh : 








theosophical thesis of . . . 172.5 — 2 : 13 


1725 


2 


26 


1737— 2 : 514 1740— 2 : 549 


1740 


2 


550 


ADAMS, Dr. Joseph : 








account ......... 


1746 


3 


421 


ADAMS, Rev. Joseph : 








minister of Stratham . . . 1746 — 3 : 427 


1747 


3 


470 


1747— 3 : 496 


1747 


3 


503 


ADAMS, Rebeckah (see Adams, Susanna) : 








to appear 


1765 


7 


47 


ADAMS, Dr. Samuel : 








petition 1744— 3: 80 


1746 


3 


434 


1746— 3 : 435 1753— 4 : 356 


1753 


4 


357 



20 



Index to Journals of House of Reprksentatives, 





YKAK. 


VOL. 


PAOE. 


ADAMS, Dk. Samif.l, — (continued) : 










professiotKil account 


1746— 3:343 


1760 


6 


46 


ADAMS, Samuel: 










clerk of Massachusetts house of rcincscntatives . | 


1774 


8 


178 


ADAMS, Si SANNA : 










V. Rebeckah Adams 


. 


1765 




45 




1765— 7: 47 


1766 




65 


ADDRKSS [called also Speech, or, sometimes, Mcssagel : 








of governor 


1711— 1: 1 


1711 




24 


1711— 1: 28 


1711— 1: 38 


1712 




50 


1712— 1: 51 


171:3— 1: 63 


1714 




74 


1714— 1: 85 


1715— 1: 98 


1716 




175 


1717— 1:206 


1718— 1:213 


1718 




225 


1719— 1:2.32 


1719— 1:240 


1720 




245 


1722— 1:310 


1725— 2: 12* 


1725 


2 


23 


1729— 2: 144 


1730— 2::308 


1730 


2 


320 


1730— 2:328 


1731— 2:3:36 


1731 


2 


349 


1732— 2 : 365 


1732— 2 : :374 


1733 


2 


378 


1734— 2:398 


1734— 2 : 419 


17:34 


2 


424 


1734— 2:431 


1735_ 2:4:38 


17:35 


2 


452 


1736— 2 : 458 


17:37— 2:476 


17:37 


2 


495 


1738— 2:529 


1740— 2:544 


1742 


2 


611 


1742— 2:649 


1742— 3 : 29 


1743 


3 


47 


1743— 3: 63 


174:3- 3 : 68 


1744 


3 


88 


1744— 3: 89 


1745— 3 : 120 


1745 


3 


195 


1745— 3 : 265 


1745 3:291 


1746 


3 


356 


1746— 3 : 372 


17.16— 3::392 


1746 


3 


426 


1747— 3 : 501 


1717— 4: 13 


1748 


4 


71 


1752— 4:219 


175-1— 4:1369 


1754 


.4 


375 


1754— 4 : 393 


1754— 4 : 470 


1755 


4 


521 


1755 — 5 : 44 


1756— 5 : 154 


1756 


5 


170 


1756— 5:177 


1757— 5 : 298 


1757 


5 


306 


1758— 5:376 


1758— 5:441 


1758 


5 


443 


1758— 5:445 


1760— 6: ;37 


1760 


6 


38 


1760— 6: 53 


1761— 6:121 


1761 


6 


141 


17C)2— 6:238 


1762— 6 : 243 


1762 


6 


246 


1762- 6 : 300 


1762— 6 : :302 


1762 


6 


303 


1762- 6:306 


1762— 6::307 


1762 


6 


308 


1763 6 : 310 


1763— 6:311 


1763 


6 


340 


1763— 6 : 356 


1764— 6 : 387 


1764 


6 


392 


17(;4_ 6:397 


1765 7: 2 


1765 


7 


4 


17(i5— 7: 18 


1765— 7: 37 


1766 


7 


71 


1766— 7 : 101 


1767— 7:112 


1767 


7 


125 


1768— 7:221 


1768— 7 : 226 


1768 


7 


232 


1774— 8 : 189 


1775— 8 : 220 


1775 


8 


223 


to governor (see also Answer) 


• 


1733 


2 


384 




17:3:3— 2:391 


1754 


4 


472 


1754— 4 : 479 


1762— 6 : 275 


1767 


7 


128 


1767— 7 : 130 


177:3— 8:141 


1773 


8 


143 


to governor and council . 
of lieutenant-governor 


• • • • 


17:37 


2 


508 


. 1711— 1 : 10 


1711 


1 


13 


1711— 1: 14 


1715— 1:110 


1715 


1 


111 


1715— 1:119 


1716- 1:152 


1716 


1 


175 


1721— 1 :272 


1721— 1 : 2!»6 


1721 


1 1 


298 


1722— 1:324 


1722— 1:328 


1722 


1 1 


342 


1722— 1:349 


172:3—^:373 


1723 


1 


379 


1723— 1:397 


1724— 1 : 413 


1726 


2 


34 


1726— 2: 50 


1727— 2: 67 


1727 


2 


84 


1727— 2: 85 


1727— 2: 94 


1727 


2 


95 


1727— 2: 96 


1727— 2 : 101 


1728 


2 


90 


1728 2:131 


1729- 2:165 


1730 


2 


173 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



21 



ADDRESS, — {continued) : 
to lieutenant-governor 

to the queen 

to the king 

1716— 
1716— 
1723— 
1727— 
1730— 
1737— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1749— 
1753— 
1758— 
1758— 
1761— 
1768— 

to king and parliament 

1766— 

to Lord Dartmoutli . 



144 
150 
376 
88 
2:334 
2:615 
232 
255 
286 
321 
146 
367 
425 
447 
182 
263 



96 



1711— 
1711— 
1711— 
1713— 

1716— 
1716— 
1723— 
1730— 
1734— 
1738— 
1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1747— 
1753— 
1755 — 
1758— 
1758— 
1761— 
1770— 
1766— 
1766— 



to lords commissioners (which see also) . 
ADJUTANTS : 

wages 1756- 

1759— 6: 4 1761- 
ADMEASUREMENT : 

of boards ...... 

ADMINISTRATORS (see also Estates, etc.) : 

regulated ....... 

accounts regulated 

ADMIRALTY {see Court, etc.). 

ADVANCE Pay {see also Bounty and Gratuity) : 

for officei's and soldiers .... 



241 

378 
193 



1756— 
1758— 
1760— 
1762— 



13 
16 

19 
64 

147 

177 

378 

332 

410 

531 

233 

260 

310 

19 

361 

51 

428 

455 

184 

19 

60 

97 



1773— 8:140 



117 
193 



116 

241 

93 

255 



Legorse, Light, March, Treas- 



1757— 
1758— 
1761— 
AFFIDAVITS : 

recorded .... 
AFFRONT {see Atkinso7i. 
urer, and Wallingford) 
AFRICA : 

success of British arms in 

AGENTS (see also Hanbiiry, Letters, London, Newman, 

Mndge, Thomlinson, Trccothick, and Wentworlh) : 

at court . . 1728— 2 : 137 1731— 2 : 343 

1737— 2:526 1740— 2:547 

1742— 2 : 621 1742— 3 : 43 

1744— 3:107 1753— 4:361 

1760— 6: 89 1763— 6:368 
1765— 6 : 437 1765— 7 : 9 
1770— 7 : 342 1770— 8 : 19 

at Albany {which see also) ..... 
1756— 5 : 123 1756— 5 : 125 
1756— 5 : 142 1756— 5 : 150 

1761— 6 : 220 1763— 6 : 318 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1711 


1 


1728 


2 


1711 




1713 




1714 




1716 




1723 




1726 


2 


1730 


2 


1734 


2 


1738 


2 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1749 


4 


1753 


4 


1756 


5 


1758 


5 


1761 


6 


1768 


7 


1771 


8 


1766 


7 


1766 


7 


1773 


8 


1773 


8 


1734 


2 


1758 


5 


1762 


6 


1752 


4 


1714 


1 


1774 


8 


1748 


4 


1756 


5 


1758 


5 


1760 


6 


1762 


6 


1766 


7 


1761 


6 


1737 


2 


1742 


2 


1743 


3 


1758 


5 


1765 


6 


1769 


7 


1771 


8 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1760 


6 


1763 


6 



PAGE. 



14 

123 

32 

66 

93 

148 

374 

35 

333 

417 

534 

236 

285 

317 

133 

366 

108 

442 

152 

244 

73 

73 

103 

139 

180 

417 

378 
254 

266 

77 
209 



69 
123 
365 
112 

262 

66 



183 



485 
614 

72 
425 
431 
333 

58 
116 
140 

92 
333 



90 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



1764— 6 : 387 1764— G : 392 



AGENTS. — (conUnued) : 

at Albany 
ACAUCVlATliE: 

promotion of ...... . 

AKE 11 -M A N , li K\ J A MIN : 

doorkeei)er, etc 

1722— l:31o 1722— 1 
172-4— 1:417 172o— 2 
1720— 2: 55 172(J— 2 
1727— 2: 9!) 1728— 2 
1729— 2 : 14(3 1730— 2 
1734— 2:410 1735— 2 
1740— 2:543 1742— 2 
1742— 3:41 174:3— 3 
1745_ 3 : 229 1745— 3 : 248 
1746— 3:393 1747— 3: 
1753— 4:314 1755— 4; 
1756— 5 : 144 1757— 5 : 
AKEIIMAX, Bex.iamix, Jr.: 

administrator, account ..... 
ALARM : 

great gun . 

ALB AN Y ( sec also Agents) : 

military rendezvous, etc. .... 

1755- 

1755— 5 : 30 1755- 

1756— 5 : 94 1756- 

1757— 5 : 206 1757- 
1757— 5 : 288 1759- 
1759— 6: 8 1759- 
17G0— 6: 98 1760- 
1761— 6:178 1761- 
1763— 6 : 372 1763- 



ALCOTT {sec Olcott). 
ALDEN, 1)K, Thomas: 
account 

ale\vivp:s: 

to protect 

ALEXANDER, John : 

allowance 
ALEXANDRIA: 

inventory 
ALEXANDRIA, Va. : 

council at 
ALLARD, .Iames: 

erroneously called "desei-ter" 

ALLCOCK, Jonathan: 

volunteer .... 

ALLCOt'K, Cai'T. John: 
muster-roll 



1755— 5 : 3 



339 

12t 

56 

; 136 

:319 

;448 

623 

: 61 



507 
496 
272 



ALLCOCK, Jo.sKi'ii: 
petition 



1756— 5 : 139 



498 
55 
154 
222 
489 
9 

6 : 108 
6:203 
6:374 



1754- 
1773- 



1755- 

1761- 
1761- 



NC.l— 6:135 
1761— 6 : 145 
t'. est.ate of Mrs. Ann .Slavton . 
ALLCOCK. Mr. : 

living in Harvey mansion 
ALLEN, Daniel: 

in service under Captain Job Clement 



1756- 
1757- 

1761- 
17C>1- 
1761- 



TBAR. 



1722— 1:361 



4 : 443 
8 : 155 



6:199 
6:224 



94 
196 



6 : 137 
6: 148 
6 : 196 



1764 

1771 

1716 
1723 
1726 
1727 
1728 
1732 
1737 
1742 
1744 
1746 
1748 
1755 
1758 

1757 

1746 

1754 
1755 
1756 
1756 
1757 
1759 
1760 
1761 
1763 
1771 



1725 

1773 
1774 

1756 

1773 

1755 

1761 
1762 

1746 

1756 
1757 

1761 
1761 
1761 

1760 

1753 



VOL. 



1 
1 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
4 
4 
5 

5 

3 

4 
6 
6 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
8 



8 
8 

5 

8 

6 

6 
6 



5 
5 

6 
6 
6 

6 

4 



PAGE. 



393 

111 

162 

390 

3-' 

76 

in 

370 
4«5 
637 
101 
339 
86 
571 
380 

284 

381 

464 
3 

79 

168 

267 

3 

37 
134 
365 

73 



30 

152 
193 

76 

160 

6 

223 

270 

403 

111 
237 

144 
166 
197 

65 

335 



Province of ISTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



23 



ALLEN, Dr.: 

petition 
ALLEN, Thomas : 

right bought of 
ALLENSTOWN : 

inventory . 
ALLEY, Ephraim : 

scout 
ALLOWANCES : 

vote on the 

payment regulated . 
ALMORY, Robert (see also Hart, Samuel) 

children of, guardian's petition 



1753— 4 : 344 



1734— 2 : 429 



1711— 1 



1732 

173 

1737 



ALMSHOUSE : 

for province, building an 
ALSTEAD : 

inventory .... 

ALTERING : 

bills of credit, penalty 
AMBLER, John : 

account . . 1730— 2 : 332 
1734— 2 : 410 
173G— 2:462 
AMENDMENT (see Act and Appeals) . 
AMERICA : 

successes of H. M. arms in 
AMERICAN Colonies: 

taxes laid on the ..... 

diflBculties labored under by the 
AMERICANS (see Bights). 
AMES, David : 

account . 

AMES, Jacob : 

petition 

AMES, Stephen : 

petition 

account 

AMESBURY : 

petition ....... 

AMHERST, Gen'e Jeffrey (see also Exijedition) 

commander, etc. ..... 



TEAK. 



2 : 373 
2:414 
2 : 491 



1759— 6 : 20 



1759— 
1759— 
1760— 
1761— 
1761— 
1762— 
1762— 
1763— 
1763— 



484 

19 

38 

190 

223 



6:261 



6 
6 
6: 

AMHERST (sec also Narraganset 
West) : 

inventory . 



representative 



1767— 
1762— 
1763— 
1765— 
1768— 
1770— 
1772— 



300 
323 

328 

No. 



160 

:256 

462 

176 

350 

1 

;115 



1759— 
1759— 
1760— 
1761— 
1762— 
1762— 
1762— 
1763— 
1763— 



6: 8 
6: 20 
6: 53 
6:191 
6 : 259 
6 : 262 
6 : 301 
6 : 324 
6:329 



3 and Souhegan 



1760— 
1768— 
1762— 
1764— 
1766— 
1769— 
1771— 
1773— 



: 86 

:218 

:257 

:464 

:178 

:352 

: 2p 

:144 



1721 

1726 

1773 

1745 

1753 
1771 

1734 
1736 

1711 

1773 

1711 

1733 
1734 
1737 

1761 

1765 
1773 

1765 

1764 

1746 
1768 

1744 

1758 
1759 
1760 
1761 
1761 
1762 
1762 
1762 
1763 
1763 



1761 
1773 
1762 
1765 
1767 
1770 
1771 
1774 



VOL. 
1 

2 
8 



4 

8 

2 
2 

1 

8 

1 

2 
2 
9 



6 

8 



3 

7 



5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



6 

8 
6 
7 

7 
7 
8 
8 



PAGE. 

280 

53 

157 

255 

345 
101 

428 
462 

5 

159 

5 

387 
418 
493 

183 

430 
139 

448 

414 

402 
236 

85 

446 
9 
37 
189 
192 
260 
288 
302 
325 
362 



122 
158 
458 
3 
182 
354 
105 
164 



24 



Index to Journals of House of 1\i;i'Resentatives, 





TEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


AMllEUST, — (continued) : 










rt'presenUitive . 1774— 8 : 184 


1774— 8:188 


1775 


8 


218 


pt'titioii ...... 


• 


1763 


6 


317 


bills ijurnt in jiouse ut . 


176 i— 6:425 


1765 


7 


10 


sale of lands in, for aiToars 


• 


1765 


7 


40 


17);.-,_ 7: .-,2 


1766— 7: 54 


1766 


7 


62 


17t;7— 7: Kil 


170,s_. 7: i,s<j 


1770 


7 


340 


lii^^liwav to, from Chailestown 


■ ■ • 


1773 


8 


140 


AAniL'MTlO'N (.sr( «Zw JJui/ands, Builds, 


Brums, Flints, 








Guns, Kfiajysacks. Lock Cases, JHowder) 










for soldiers, etc. .... 


1717— 1:203 


1722 


1 


325 


1725— 2: 17 


1745— 3 : 223 


1745 


3 


277 


174(;— 3:325 


1746— 3:327 


1746 


3 


349 


1740— 3:384 


1747— 3:471 


1747 


3 


473 


1747— 3:621 


1747— 3:524 


1747 


3 


526 


174»— 4: G8 


1748— 4: 92 


1753 


4 


316 


1753 4:317 


17o3— 4:318 


1753 


4 


319 


1753— 4:366 


1754— 4 : 434 


1754 


4 


435 


1755— 5: 20 


1756— 5 : 175 


1757 


6 


288 


AMOKY, Mi:. : 










counsel for petitioner 


. 


1740 


2 


550 


AJMOSKEAC; ["Amalskeag"] : 










garrison 


1747— 4: 15 


1748 


4" 


67 


petition 


. 


1748 


4 


62 


lishing at 


1760— 6: 97 


1760 


6 


99 




1760— 6 : 100 


1760 


6 


110 


AMOSKEAC Falls: 










liii;li\\ay near ..... 


• • 


1754 


4 


398 


fishing at . 


1760— 6:110 


1761 


6 


149 




1761— 6:150 


1761 


6 


152 


blowing up rocks at . 


• • • 


1761 


6 


197 


ANDERSON. Sahaii: 










to a|)i)ear ..... 


• 


1764 


6 


414 


ANDREW & GiLMAN AND OTIIEKS: 










petition 


. 


1743 


3 


59 


ANDRUS, Di{. Bildad: 










account 


. 1761— 6:210 


1701 


6 


216 


ANESAGUNTACOOK : 










, Indians ..... 


. 1727— 2: 84 


1755 


5 


12 


ANN & Jank : 










transport, Capt. Anthony Hammond 


. 


1745 


3 


218 




1746— 3 : 337 


1746 


3 


438 


ANNAPOLIS Royal [Nova Scotia] 


(see also Port 








Royal) : 










fortress, etc. . 1711— 1: 11 


1713— 1 


67 


1744 


3 


90 


1747— 3:454 


1747— 3 


455 


1747 


3 


*484 


1717— 3:486 


1747— 3 


494 


1747 


3 


498 


1747— 3:409 


1747— 4 


15 


1747 


4 


34 


ANNEXATION: 










to Massachu.setts .... 


• • ■ 


1728 


2 


137 


ANNUITIES : 










purchased for i)rovince 


• • • 


1754 


4 


♦443 




1754— 4:461 


1754 


4- 


462 


ANSWER (see also Address to Governor) : 










to governor's address 


1711— 1 : 2 


1717 


1 


208 


171.S— 1:215 


17IS— .1:228 


1719 


1 


233 


172U— 1 : 246 


1726— 2 : 29 


1728 


2 


129 


172S— 2:131 


1728— 2:133 


1729 


2 


148 


1730— 2:311 


17;'.0— 2 : 324 


1730 


2 


328 


1731— 2:339 


1731— 2:340 


1731 


2 


351 


1732— 2:307 


1733— 2: 


379 


1734 


2 


400 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



25 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ANSWER, — {continued) : 








to governor's address 








1734_ 2:404 1734 2:421 


1735 


2 


441 


1736— 2:465 1737— 2:477 


1737 


2 


496 


1738 2:531 1740 2:546 


1740 


2 


554 


1740 2:560 1742 2:617 


1742 


2 


622 


1742— 2 : 650 1742— 3 : 31 


1743 


3 


65 


1743- 3 : 74 1744— 3 : 88 


1744 


3 


92 


1744 3: 94 1744— 3: 95 


1745 


3 


123 


1745 3:125 1745 3:237 


1745 


3 


243 


1745— 3:246 1746— 3:344 


1746 


3 


361 


1746— 3 : 374 1746— 3 : 376 


1746 


3 


432 


1752— 4 : 225 1752— 4 : 232 


1754 


4 


393 


1754— 4 : 398 1754— 4 : 400 


1754 


4 


401 


1754— 4 : 447 1754— 4 : 474 


1755 


6 


48 


1756 5 : 159 1756 5 : 160 


1756 


5 


180 


1756— 5 : 183 1756— o : 184 


1756 


5 


192 


1757— 5 : 302 1758— 5 : 444 


1758 


6 


454 


1758— 5 : 456 1761— 6 : 125 


1762 


6 


243 


1762— 6 : 247 1762— 6 : 249 


1762 


6 


264 


1762— 6 : 276 1762— 6 : 307 


1762 


6 


308 


1763— 6 : 342 1763— 6 : 343 


1763 


6 


369 


1764— 6 : 389 1764— 6 : 397 


1765 


7 


5 


1765 7: 6 1765 7: 41 


1765 


7 


44 


1765— 7 : 45 1766— 7 : 81 


1766 


7 


82 


1766— 7 : 102 1766— 7 : 105 


1767 


7 


127 


1768 7:228 1768 7:240 


1768 


7 


250 


1774 8:190 1775 8:225 


1775 


8 


227 


of governor to address or message of house 








1752— 4 : 266 


1767 


7 


130 


of governor on Peter Levius's petition 


1774 


8 


166 


to governor's message (sec also Message) 


1734 


2 


417 


1740- 2:567 


1743 


3 


54 


1745 3 : 139 


1745 


3 


149 


1745 3:160 1745 3:161 


1745 


3 


180 


1745 3:252 1745 3:299 


1746 


3 


405 


1747— 3 : 448 1747— 3 : 454 


1747 


3 


494 


1747— 3:500 1747— 3:504 


1747 


3 


512 


1747— 3 : 517 1747— 4 : 15 


1747 


4 


21 


1747— 4 : 50 1747— 4 : 51 


1747 


4 


52 


1748— 4: 69 1748— 4: 81 


1748 


4 


89 


1748 4:107 1748 4:108 


1749 


4 


110 


1749 4:123 1749 4:158 


1750 


4 


180 


1750— 4 : 183 1750— 4 : 190 


1752 


4 


233 


1758 4:339 1754 4:458 


1754 


4 


479 


1754—4:480 1755—4:489 


17.55 


4 


515 


1755 4:516 1755 4:536 


1755 


4 


538 


1755 4:665 1755— 5: 3 


17.55 


5 


5 


1755— 5 : 9 1755— 5 : 20 


1755 


5 


21 


1755— 5: 25 1756— 5: 65 


1756 


5 


101 


1756— 5 : 102 1756— 5 : 106 


1756 


5 


129 


1756— 5:132 1756— 5:138 


1756 


5 


13:» 


1757— 5 : 244 1757— 5 : 247 


1757 


5 


267 


1757— 5 : 292 1757— 5 : 294 


1757 


5 


295 


1757— 5:296 1758- 5:343 


1758 


5 


383 


1758— 5:415 1759— 6: 18 


1759 


6 


20 


1760 6: 45 1761 6:171 


1761 


6 


172 


1761— 6:181 1761— 6:182 


1761 


6 


184 


1765 7: 21 1765 7: 22 


1769 


7 


334 


1769 7:335 1770 7:341 


1770 


7 


342 


1771— 8: 79 1771— 8: 80 


1771 


8 


99 



26 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



ANSWER, — (continued) : 
to 



governor s 



message 



1771— 8:100 
1773— 8:135 



1771— 
1774— 



113 

168 



to lieutenant-governor's atldress 



171o— 1: 123 ITIG- 1: loG 

1721— 1:21»0 1721— 1:302 

1722— 1 : 3;U; 1722— 1 : 3r)2 

1723— 1:37G 1723— 1:381 

1724— 2: 1 1726— 2: 40 
1727— 2:102 172S— 2:127 

to governor and council . . 1711 — 1: 86 

to council 1735—2:451 

17G9— 7 : 302 1769— 7 : 304 

to letter of George Jaffrey 

of Hampton selectmen to notice: "no votes brought 

in" 

to letter of IMaryland house of burgesses (see also 

3f(iri/land) ........ 

to letter from speaker of Massachusetts assembly 

(sec also Massachusetts) ..... 
to the Virginia letter (see aZsoFiV^im'a) 1770 — 8: 25 
AITEAL : 

in William Vaughan v. Edward Gate 



TEAB. 



1716— 1 : 165 



APPEALS : 

from judgment in bar or abatement 
where land titles are concerned 



1726— 
1727— 



64 
111 



reasons of, misreciting 

amendment of errors and defects in reasons of 
reasons of, need not be filed, when 1743 — 3: 75 
from inferior to superior judicatory, regulated 

1746— 3:390 
from justice of peace, under excise act . 
from boundary commissioners (see also Exceptions) 
court of, time of sessions changed (see also Court, 

etc.) 

to court of supreme probate . 



1774— 8:203 



1774— 
1774 



APPLETON, Henuy. and wife 



1764— 
1764— 



6 : 390 
6 : 398 



1770— 8: 12 

AND WIKK : 



1764— 
1764— 

1767— 
1771— 



170 
204 

392 
399 

116 
: 92 



petition, etc. 

APPLETON, William : 

account 

APPLETON, William, 

to appear 

APPLICATION: 

of Earl of Loudon to governors and commissioners 
of New Eiij^land ...... 

APPROVAL (see Assent). 
APTHORP, CriAHLES : 

correspondence with 

heirs, liills in hands of . 
APTHORP, CiiAKLES, & Son : 

parliamentary grant assimied to 

bills of exchange drawn oy 
ARABLE Land (sec also Improved and Lands) 

invoice of 



1716— 3:322 



1772 
1775 
1715 
1721 
1722 
1723 
1723 
1726 
1729 
1714 
1743 
1745 
1747 

1721 

1770 

1768 
1770 

1716 
1716 

1718 
1727 
1727 
1734 
1738 
1743 

1760 
1754 
1737 

1717 
1771 

1771 
1771 

1764 
1764 

1768 
1772 

1771 



1757 



1746 
1759 

1757 
1765 

1767 



VOL. 



8 
8 
1 
1 

r 

1 

1 

2 
2 
1 
3 
3 
3 

1 

8 

7 
8 

1 
1 

1 

2 
2 

V 

2 
3 

6 
4 

2 

1 

8 
8 
8 

(5 
6 

7 
8 



3 
5 

6 
6 



PAGE. 



128 

234 

112 

293 

332 

375 

383 

51 

166 

88 

50 

147 

465 

277 

31 

200 
29 

164 
172 

221 
110 
112 
411 
540 
76 

66 

398 
618 

210 

70 

193 

211 

393 
401 

239 
129 

93 



226 



335 
481 

270 
448 

161 



JProvince of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



27 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ARBITRATION : 










ditierences determined by 


. 1771— 8: 93 


1773 


8 


142 


ARMORERS : 










wages, etc 


■ ■ > > 


1756 


5 


117 


1757— 5 : 238 


1759— 5:493 


1759 


6 


4 


1761— 6 : 193 


1761— 6:203 


1762 


6 


254 


ARMORERS (Assistant) : 










wages 


. 1756— 5 : 117 


1757 


5 


238 


AR]\IS (see also Ammunition, Impressing, King, Prest, 








and Storage) : 










that his excellency pressed, offered for sale 










1745— 3 : 126 


1745 


3 


127 


small, etc., sold at j^ublic vendue 




1764 


6 


407 


for soldiers . 1746— 3 : 365 


1747— 4: 15 


1757 


5 


228 


1757— 5 : 288 


1758 5:371 


1758 


6 


402 


ARMY (see Be Dieskau). 










ARRESTS : 










causeless, to prevent 


. • • • 


1718 


1 


220 


ARROWSICK [Malne] : 










defended 


. 1722— 1:350 


1722 


1 


352 


ARTIFICERS : 










ccjmpany, under Colonel Meserve 




1757 


5 


288 


ARTILLERY {see also Cafinon) : 










great, at fort .... 


. 1747— 3:478 


1747 


3 


479 


ASHLEY, Samuel : 










member . . 1771 — 8: 85 


1774 8 : 184 


1774 


8 


188 


1774— 8 : 203 


1774— 8 : 205 


1775 


8 


218 


ASHUELOT, Lower (see Sioansey). 










ASIA: 










success of British arms in 


• • • • 


1761 


6 


183 


ASSAULT : 










on surveyor-general's men 


• • 


1734 


2 


430 


ASSAULTS: 










to supi^ress .... 


■ • • • 


1718 


1 


220 


ASSEMBLY (see also Bellows, Candles, Dissolutiojis, Fire- 








Shovel, Galleries, General Assembly, 


Homey, House, 








Members, Priest, Ee2Jrcsentatives, Room 


s. Tongs, Waiter, 








Wood, and names of the i^rovinces) : 










met in speaker's house 


.... 


1715 


1 


137 




1716— 1 : 151 


1718 


1 


222 


met, for conveniency of fire, etc.. 


in Mrs. Priest's 








room 


• • . • 


1745 


3 


291 


to sit but three years 


. 1721— 1:272 


1723 


1 


383 


1723— 1 : 399 


1723— 1:400 


1723 


1 


401 


1723— 1 : 402 


1723 1 : 406 


1723 


1 


412 


1726— 2: 40 


1727— 2 : 102 


1728 


2 


127 


1728— 2 : 128 


1728— 2 : 130 


1735 


2 


434 


prorogued, dissolved, adjourned. 


etc. [for four 








weeks and over] 


• ■ ■ ■ 


1711 


1 


18 




1711— 1: 23 


1712 


1 


57 


1713— 1 : 61 


1714— 1: 73 


1714 


1 


84 


1714— 1: 94 


1716— 1:172 


1717 


1 


211 


1718 1:224 


1718 1 : 231 


1719 


1 


242 


1720 1 : 248 


1720— 1 : 253* 


1721 


1 


263 


1722— 1:309 


1722— 1:322 


1722 


1 


325 


1722— 1:306 


1723— 1:412 


1724 


1 


432 


1724 2: 12* 


1726 2: 33 


1726 


2 


66 


1727— 2: 93 


1728— 2 : 120 


1728 


2 


143 


1729— 2:172 


1730 2:174 


1730 


2 


334 


1731— 2 : 364 


1732— 2:375 


1733 


2 


396 


1734— 2 : 432 


1735— 2:456 


1737 


2 


495 



28 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





TEAB. 


VOL. 


FAOE. 


ASSEMBLY, — (ron«w/rrf) : 










proroj^iied, dissolved, adjourned, etc. 


17.37— 2:511 


1737 


2 


528 


17;is_ 2:541 


1739— 2:543 


1742 


2 


648 


1742— 2:653 


1742— 3: 45 


1743 


3 


67 


]7.t4_ 3: 87 


1741— 3:102 


1744 


3 


106 


1745_ 3:113 


1745 3:182 


1745 


3 


261 


1745— 3:261 


1746— 3:321 


1746 


3 


349 


1746— 3:426 


1746— 3 : 445 


1747 


3 


453 


1747_ 3 : 501 


1747— 3:509 


1747 


3 


528 


1748— 4: 60 


1748— 4 : 70 


1748 


4 


99 


1749— 4 : 144 


1752— 4:205 


1754 


4 


467 


1755— 5: 22 


1755— 5 : 39 


1756 


5 


153 


1756 5:162 


1756— 5 : 176 


1757 


5 


281 


1757— 5 : 291 


l-r>H— 5:417 


1758 


6 


418 


175H— 5 : 433 


1759— 6: 16 


1759 


6 


33 


1760 6 : 104 


1760— 6:113 


1760 


6 


119 


1761— 6:198 


1761— 6:222 


1761 


6 


225 


1761— 6 : 226 


1762— 6:263 


1762 


6 


299 


1762— 6:305 


1762— 6:309 


17(i3 


6 


339 


1763— 6:340 


1763— 6:355 


1763 


6 


382 


1764— 6:411 


1764— 6:427 


1765 


6 


469 


1765— 7 : 35 


176.5— 7 : 50 


1766 


7 


70 


1766 7 : 100 


1766— 7:110 


1767 


7 


124 


1767— 7:131 


1767— 7 : 170 


1768 


7 


223 


1768— 7 : 259 


1768— 7 : 264 


1768 


7 


280 


1769— 7:335 


1769— 7 : 336 


1770 


7 


359 


1770— 8 : 34 


1774— 8:190* 


1774 


8 


216 


1775— 8:226 


1775— 8 : 230 


1775 


8 


237 


ASSE]\IBLYMEN (see also Members and Bejiresentatives) : 








election and qualifications 


• • ■ 


1762 


6 


257 




1762— 6:262* 


17(12 


6 


265 


1762— 6:268 


1762— 6:271 


1762 


6 


279 


1762— 6 : 282 


1762— 6 : 298 


1763 


6 


314 


1763— 6 : 315 


1763— 6:316 


1763 


6 


375 


1763 6 : 376 


1764 6:388 


1764 


6 


392 


1764— 6 : 393 


1764— 6:405 


1764 


6 


410 


ASSENT : 










of <rovenior, withheld when 


• 


1721 


1 


279 


,• of kino;, to laws, etc., necessary 


1722— 1:321 


1754 


4 


370 


ASSESSMENTS (see also Taxes) : 










regulated . 1718— 1:220 


1727— 2: 71 


1727 


2 


75 


1738— 2:535 


1738— 2:540 


1740 


2 


560 


1747— 3:513 


1753_ 4:360 


1760 


6 


108 


1763— 6 : 332 


1763— 6:. 334 


1763 


6 


3.37 


1763— 6 : 375 


1763 6 : 377 


1764 


6 


388 


1764— 6 : 392 


1764— 6:399 


1764 


6 


404 


1764— 6:419 


1766— 7: 92 


1771 


8 


101 


ASSESSORS : 










to call meetings in unincorporated pi 


aces 


1774 


8 


213 


ASSIGNMENT: 










of dower, facilitated 




1714 


1 


77 


ASSIZE (sec Conrl and Inspcclion) . 










ATKINSON, Dk. Joseph : 










account 


■ ■ • 


1748 


4 


68 


to appear ...... 


• • • 


17.^6 


5 


78 


ATKIN.SON. TiiKODoKE (see also Secretary) : 








memljer, clerk, councilor, secretaiy. 


sherifl', etc. 


1711 


1 


1 




1711— 1: 4 


1711 


1 


8 


1711— 1 : 23 


1711— 1: 24 


1711 


1 


25 


1711— 1: 26 


1711— 1: 27 


1711 


1 


28 


1711— 1: 29 


1711— 1: 31 


1711 


1 


32 



Province of ISTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



29 



ATKINSON, Theodore, — (contmned) : 
member, clerk, councilor, secretary. 



1711- 

1712— 

1712— 

1712— 

1712- 

1712— 

1712— 

1713— 

1713— 

1713— 

1713— 

1714— 

1714— 

1714— 

1714— 

1714— 

1715— 

1715— 

1715— 

1715— 

1715— 

1715— 

1715— 

1715— 

1715— 

1715— 

1716— 

1716— 

1716— 

1716— 

1716— 

1716— 

1716— 

1716— 

1716— 

1716— 

1718— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1723— 

1723— 

1723— 

1723— 

1723— 

1723— 

1723— 

1724— 

1724— 

1724— 

1724— 

1725— 

1725— 



34 

: 37 

: 42 

: 47 

: 50 

: 54 

: 57 

: 60 

: 64 

: 68 

: 71 

: 75 

: 81 

: 85 

: 89 

: 94 

: 99 

:102 

:106 

:109 

:112 

:117 

:124 

:128 

:133 

:136 

:140 

:143 

:146 

:151 

:162 

:167 

:170 

:177 

:180 

:184 

:227 

:826 

:335 

:341 

:345 

:349 

:354 

: 357 

: 365 

:369 

: 375 

:382 

:387 

: 393 

:400 

:405 

:410 

:414 

:424 

:432 

: 7 

: 12* 

: 15 



sheriff, etc 

1712— 1 

1712— 1 

1712— 1 

1712— 1 

1712— 1 

1712— 1 

1713— 1 
1713— 1 
1713— 1 

1713— 1 

1714— 1 
1714— 1 
1714— 1 
1714— 1 
1714— 1 

1714— 1 

1715— 1 
1715— 1 
1715— 1 
1715— 1 
1715— 1 
1715— 1 
1715— J 
1715— 1 
1715— 1 

1715— 1 

1716— 1 
1716- 1 
1716— 1 
1716— 1 
1716— 1 
1716— 1 
1716— 1 
1716— 1 
1716— 1 
1716— I 
1720— 1 
1722— ] 
1722— 1 
1722— 1 
1722— 1 
1722— 1 
1722— 1 
1722— 1 
1722— 1 

1722— 1 

1723— 1 
1723— 1 
1723— 1 
1723— 1 
1723— 1 
1723— 1 

1723— 1 

1724— 1 
1724— 1 
1724— 2 

1724— 2 

1725— 2 
1725— 2 



35 

39 

43 

48 

51 

55 

58 

62 

65 

69 

73 

79 

82 

86 

90 

95 
100 
104 
107 
110 
113 

lis 

126 
129 
134 
137 
141 
144 
147 
157 
163 
168 
173 
178 
182 
185 
261 
327 
338 
342 
346 
351 
355 
359 
367 
372 

— -• 

01 I 

383 
391 
396 
402 
40(> 
412 
415 
426 
1 
8 

12t 

19 



TEAR. 


VOL. 


1712 




1712 




1712 




1712 




1712 




1712 




1713 




1713 




1713 




1713 




1714 




1714 




1714 




1714 




1714 




1715 




1715 




1715 




1715 




1715 




1715 




1715 




1715 




1715 




1715 




1715 




1716 




1716 


1 


1716 




1716 




1716 




1716 




1716 




1716 




1716 




1717 




1721 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1723 




1723 




1723 




1723 




1723 




1723 




1723 




1724 




1724 




1724 




1724 


2 


1724 


2 


1725 


2 


1725 


2 



PAGE. 



36 

41 

44 

49 

52 

56 

69 

63 

66 

70 

74 

80 

83 

87 

91 

97 

101 

105 

108 

111 

116 

121 

127 

132 

135 

138 

142 

145 

148 

158 

164 

169 

174 

179 

183 

202 

275 

330 

339 

343 

348 

353 

356 

360 

368 

373 

381 

384 

392 

399 

403 

408 

413 

422 

429 

3 

10 

13 

21 



30 



Index to Journals of House of TJepkesentatiVes, 





YE All. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ATKINSOX, TiiEoDoiiE, — (continmd) : 










member, clerk, councilor, secretary, sh 


eritr, etc. 








1725— 2: 22 1 


725— 2 


23 


1725 


2 


25 


1726 2: 29 1 


726— 2 


34 


1726 


2 


35 


172(;— 2: 37 1 


726 2 


38 


172(i 


2 


39 


1726— 2: 42 1 


726 2 


44 


172(1 


2 


45 


1726— 2: 46 1 


72(i— 2 


47 


1726 


2 


50 


1726— 2: 51 1 


726— 2 


53 


1726 


2 


55 


172(;— 2: 59 1 


726— 2 


60 


1726 


2 


63 


1726— 2: 64 1 


727— 2 


67 


1727 


2 


74 


1727— 2: 77 1 


727— 2 


7.S 


1727 


2 


82 


1727— 2 : 83 1 


727— 2 


84 


1727 


2 


86 


1727— 2: 87 1 


727— 2 


88 


1727 


2 


89 


1727— 2: 94 1 


727— 2 


97 


1727 


2 


100 


1727— 2 : 1U2 1 


727— 2 


105 


1727 


2 


109 


1728 2 : 110 1 


728— 2 


112 


1728 


2 


113 


1728— 2:117 1 


7'^,s y 


121 


1728 


2 


122 


172S 2 : 125 1 


728— 2 


127 


1728 


2 


128 


172.S— 2 : 130 1 


7'>« 2 


131 


1728 


2 


132 


1728— 2:134 1 


728— 2 


135 


1728 


2 


1.39 


1729— 2:143 1 


729— 2 


144 


1729 


2 


145 


1729— 2 : 146 1 


729— 2 


150 


1729 


2 


151 


1729— 2 : 153 1 


729— 2 


155 


1729 


2 


160 


1729— 2 : 162 1 


729— 2 


163 


1729 


2 


164 


1729— 2 : 165 1 


729— 2 


166 


1729 


2 


167 


1729— 2: 169 1 


730— 2 


173 


1730 


2 


174 


1730— 2 : 307 1 


730 2 


311 


1730 


2 


313 


1730 2 : 318 1 


730— 2 


319 


1730 


2 


324 


1730— 2 : 326 1 


730 2 


327 


1731 


2 


336 


1731— 2:339 1 


731— 2 


343 


1731 


2 


346 


1731— 2:347 1 


731— 2 


350 


1731 


2 


355 


1731— 2 : 359 1 


731— 2 


361 


1731 


2 


362 


1731— 2:366 1 


732— 2 


369 


1732 


2 


371 


1732— 2:373 1 


732- 2 


376 


1733 


2 


379 


1733 2 : 382 1 


733— 2 


386 


1734 


2 


397 


1734— 2:400 1 


734— 2 


402 


1734 


2 


408 


1734— 2 : 410 1 


734— 2 


413 


1734 


2 


415 


1734— 2:416 1 


734— 2 


417 


1734 


2 


422 


1734— 2:426 1 


734— 2 


427 


1734 


2 


429 


1735— 2:434 1 


735— 2 


437 


1735 


2 


445 


1736— 2:458 1 


736 2 


461 


1736 


2 


463 


1737— 2:479 1 


737— 2 


481 


1737 


2 


482 


1737— 2:484 1 


737— 2 


486 


1737 


2 


489 


1737— 2:490 1 


737— 2 


491 


1737 


2 


492 


1737— 2 : 493 1 


737— 2 


494 


1737 


2 


504 


173.8— 2:533 1 


73.S 2 


536 


1739 


2 


543 


1740— 2:560 1 


740 2 


561 


1740 


2 


565 


1740— 2:568 1 


742— 2 


611 


1742 


2 


616 


1742— 2:623 1 


742— 2 


624 


1742 


2 


634 


1742— 2:635 1 


742— 2 


638 


1742 


2 


639 


1742— 2 : 641 1 


742— 2 


652 


1742 


3 


32 


1742— 3: 38 1 


742— 3 


39 


1742 


3 


41 


1743 3: 58 1 


74:5— 3 


61 


1743 


3 


70 


1743— 3: 71 1 


743 3 


74 


1743 


3 


84 


1744— 3: 90 1 


744— 3 


92 


1744 


3 


93 


1744— 3 : 94 1 


744-^ 


95 


1744 


3 


96 


1745 3:116 1 


745 3 


117 


1745 


3 


119 


1745— 3 : 124 1 


745— 3 


129 


1745 


3 


137 


1745— 3 : 140 1 


745— 3 


147 


1745 


3 


153 


1745— 3 : 160 1 


745 3 


162 


1745 


3 


163 


1745— 3 : 175 1 


745— 3 


:187 


1745 


3 


188 



Province of ISTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



31 



ATKINSON, Theodore, 







YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


- {continued) : 










cilor, secretary, 


sheriff, etc. 








1745— 3 : 189 


1745— 3 : 199 


1745 


3 


206 


1745— 3 : 229 


1745— 3:231 


1745 


3 


283 


1745— 3 : 284 


1746— 3 : 307 


1746 


3 


320 


1746— 3:328 


1746- 3:334 


1746 


3 


339 


1746— 3:342 


1746— 3 : 356 


1746 


3 


363 


1746— 3:387 


1746— 3 : 389 


1746 


3 


395 


1746 3 : 417 


1746— 3:418 


1746 


3 


444 


1747— 3:453 


1747— 3 : 490 


1747 


3 


491 


1747— 3:493 


1747— 3 : 500 


1747 


3 


508 


1747— 3 : 510 


1747— 4: 14 


1747 


4 


37 


1748— 4: 85 


1748— 4: 89 


1749 


4 


107 


1749— 4:131 


1752— 4:216 


1753 


4 


281 


1753— 4 : 302 


1753— 4 : 308 


1753 


4 


338 


1764— 4:374 


1754— 4 : 443* 


1754 


4 


456 


1754— 4:466 


1755— 4:496 


1755 


4 


506 


1755 4:518 


1755— 4 : 526 


1755 


4 


532 


1755 — 4: 571 


1755 — 4 : 572 


1755 


5 


43 


1755 — 5 : 44 


1755— 5: 58 


1756 


6 


79 


1756— 5 : 100 


1756 5 : 102 


1756 


5 


104 


1756— 5 : 105 


1756— 5 : 107 


1756 


5 


116 


1756— 5 : 117 


1756 — 5 : 147 


1756 


5 


158 


1756— 5 : 168 


1756— 5 : 180 


1757 


5 


207 


1757— 5 : 212 


1757- 5:222 


1757 


5 


232 


1757— 5 : 275 


1757— 5 : 276 


1757 


5 


288 


1757— 5 : 294 


1757— 5 : 295 


1757 


5 


298 


1758— 5 : 314 


1758 5 : 318 


1758 


5 


340 


1758— 5 : 342 


1758— 5:343 


1758 


5 


344 


1758— 5 : 361 


1758— 5 : 362 


1758 


5 


365 


1758 5 : 379 


1758— 5 : 382 


1758 


5 


435 


1758— 5 : 441 


1758 5 : 444 


1758 


5 


445 


1759 5 : 461 


1759— 5 : 466 


1759 


5 


467 


1759— 5 : 480 


1759— 5 : 481 


1759 


5 


483 


1759— 5 : 485 


1759_ 5 : 487 


1759 


6 


20 


1759— 6: 26 


1759— 6: 28 


1760 


6 


37 


1760— 6 : 54 


1760— 6 : 63 


1760 


6 


64 


1760 6: 66 


1760— 6 : 78 


1760 


6 


80 


17G0— 6: 81 


1760— 6 : 112 


1760 


6 


117 


1761— 6:130 


1761— 6:132 


1761 


6 


133 


1761— 6:151 


1761— 6 : 154 


1761 


6 


160 


1761— 6 : 163 


1761— 6 : 166 


1761 


6 


167 


1761— 6:174 


1761— 6 : 175 


1761 


6 


176 


1761— 6:177 


1761— 6 : 194 


1761 


6 


195 


1761— 6:198 


1761— 6:211 


1761 


6 


217 


1761— 6:220 


1761— 6:221 


1761 


6 


222 


1761— 6 : 223 


1761— 6:224 


1761 


6 


2i5 


1761— 6:226 


1762— 6 : 237 


1762 


6 


238 


1762— 6 : 244 


1762— 6 : 246 


1762 


6 


263 


1762— 6 : 267 


1762— 6 : 290 


1762 


6 


293 


1762— 6 : 297 


1762— 6:306 


1763 


6 


311 


1763— 6:334 


1763 6 : 337 


1763 


6 


357 


1763 6 : 359 


1763— 6:368 


1763 


6 


371 


1764— 6:385 


1764— 6 : 387 


1764 


6 


400 


1764— 6:425 


1765— 7: 10 


1765 


7 


16 


1766— 7 : 107 


1766— 7 : 109 


1767 


7 


118 


1767— 7:119 


1767— 7 : 125 


1767 


7 


137 


1767— 7:138 


1767— 7 : 147 


1768 


7 


186 


1768— 7:194 


1768— 7 : 200 


1768 


7 


205 


1768— 7:266 


1768 7 : 272 


1770 


7 


339 


1770 7 : 342 


1770— 7 : 343 


1770 


7 


344 



32 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





TBAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ATKINSON, TiiF-ODOKE, — (continued) : 








member, clerk, couucilor, secretary, slierifl", etc. 








1770— 8: 5 1770— K: 8 


1770 


8 


11 


177()_ 8: 16 1771— «: 73 


1771 


8 


91 


1771— 8: 92 1771— 8: 96 


1772 


8 


122 


1773—8:139 1773—8:142 


1773 


8 


149 


1774— 8:188 1774— 8:189 


1774 


8 


196 


1774— 8:198 1775— 8:220 


1775 


8 


226 


alVroiitiiigly answered by Justice Odiorne, who ex- 
plains, and " the finall end of that matter" 








1726 


2 


52 


ATKINSON, TiiEoDoKK, Ji:. : 








secretary ......... 


1762 


6 


300 


1763— 6:321 1763— 6:343 


1763 


6 


347 


17(;3 6:348 1763 6:349 


1763 


6 


359 


17(;-{_ 6:382 1764—6:385 


1764 


6 


386 


1764— 6 : 403 1764— 6 : 417 


1765 


6 


467 


1765— 6:468 176.5— 7: 26 


1765 


7 


27 


1765— 7: 32 1766— 7: 78 


1766 


7 


96 


1767— 7:114 1767— 7:140 


1767 


7 


145 


1767 — 7 : 154 1767 — 7 : 156 


1767 


7 


165 


1768— 7:199 1768— 7:246 


1768 


7 


252 


1768— 7 : 253 1768— 7 : 274 


1769 


7 


287 


1769 7:302 1769 7:306 


1769 


7 


307 


1769— 7 : 309 1769— 7 : 310 


1769 


7 


312 


1769— 7:313 1769— 7:314 


1769 


7 


318 


1769— 7 : 319 1769— 7 : 322 


1770 


8 


16 


ATKINSON : 








incorporated from Plaistow . . 1766 — 7 : 75 


1766 


7 


76 


1767—7:139 1767—7:147 


1767 


7 


148 


inventory. . 1767—7:161 1768—7:218 


1773 


8 


157 


polling oil' from, to Plaistow ..... 


1767 


7 


162 


1768— 7 : 188 


1768 


7 


202 


petitioner from 


1769 


7 


283 


representative 


1770 


8 


Pl 


1771- 8: 2p 1771— S: 105 


1772 


8 


115 


1773— 8: 144 1774— 8:164 


1774 


8 


184 


177-1— 8 : 188 1774— 8 : 194 


1774 


8 


200 


ATLANTIC" Ockan: 








as province bomidary . . . 1737 — 2:503 


1737 


2 


504 


1737— 2:510 


1737 


2 


513 


ATTACHMENT (sec Debts and Real Edalc). 








ATTOKNIOY (see also Muster-Rom) -. 








of soldici' may receive his pay .... 


1753 


4 


;)i(; 


175.3— 4:317 


1753 


4 


318 


175.3— 4 : 319 1753— 4 : 344 


1753 


4 


357 


powers of 1766 — 7 : 66 


1766 


7 


70 


api)earance by ........ 


1774 


8 


170 


at law, evil i)ractises of an 


1766 


7 


92 


general [called also Kin(fs Attorney and SolicUor'} 








(sec also Livcrmore and Clarjfjett) 


1734 


2 


414 


1737— 2:482 


1742 


3 


36 


174.3— 3: 70 1745 3:178 


1745 


' 8 


179 


175.5— 4:574 17.57— 5:272 


1759 


6 


12 


1763— 6 : 350 1764— 6 : 403 


1765 


7 


27 


1766 7: 79 1766 7: 83 


1766 


7 


88 


1767— 7:115 1769— W: 287 


1770 


8 


17 


1771— 8: 91 1772— 8:122 


1773 


8 


148 


1773 8:150 177:^—8:153 


1774 


8 


200 


ATT(M{XEYS : 








regulated ......... 


171 1 


1 


77 


AUDITORS (see Committee on province accounts) . 









Pkovince op New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



33 



AUSTIN, Abiel : 

petition .... 
AUSTIN, Joseph and Samuel: 

13etition .... 

AVERY, Joseph : 

petition .... 
AVIS, JNlKS. Mary : 

executrix of Jolni Avis\s will 
AYERS, Edward : 

on committee . 
AYERS, John : 

claim, etc. 



1742— 3 : 38 



AYERS, Mrs. Mary : 
claim 

AYERS, William : 
claim 

BABB, Joshua : 

account 
BACHELDER, Phineas 

muster-roll 

petition 
BAILEY (see Bayleij) . 
BAKER, Benjamin : 

petition 
BAKER, Charles : 

scout 

muster-rolls 

to api:)ear . 
BAKER, Christian : 

petition 
BAKER, Joseph : 

petition 
BAKER, Otis : 

member . 



1753— 4 : 328 

1761— 6:123 
1757— 5 : 226 
1752— 4:270 



1726— 2: 56 
1742— 3: 43 

1742— 3 : 38 
1745— 3 : 250 



YEAR. 



(see also Batchelder, etc.) : 

. 1746— 3 : 422 
. 1766 — 7 : 75 



1743— 3: 33 



1768— 
1769— 
1770— 
1770— 
1770— 
1772— 
1772— 
1773— 
1773— 
1774— 
1775 — 
BAKER, William and Richard : 

merchants, London . 
BAKER'S River: 

road from Durham to mouth of 
BAKER'S Town [Salisbury] : 

expresses to ... . 
defence of . . . . 

BAKERS : 

hardship of ... . 
BALCH (seeBcmlch). 
BALDWIN, Henry : 

petition . . , , . 



:350 
:330 
:354 
: 10 
: 53 
:115 
:130 
:141 
:152 
:170 
:218 



1746— 3 : 414 



1734- 
1764- 



1769- 
1769- 
1770- 
1770- 
1771- 
1772- 
1773- 
1773- 
1773- 
1774- 
1775- 



2:429 
6:392 



307 
335 

IP 
14 

2p 

125 

136 

8:144 

8 : 153 

8:172 

8:223 



1747- 3:460 



1753 

1761 
1761 

1757 

1753 

1723 

1742 
1743 

1742 
1746 

1742 

1724 

1746 
1766 

1743 

1745 
1746 
1755 

1735 

1764 

1768 
1769 
1769 
1770 
1770 
1771 
1772 
1773 
1773 
1774 
1774 
1775 

1761 

1765 

1756 
1756 

1769 
1747 



VOL. 


PAGE. 


4 


334 


6 
6 


121 
131 


5 


286 


4 


308 


1 


411 


2 
3 


625 
65 


3 
3 


39 
306 


2 


631 


1 


429 


3 

7 


533 

85 


3 


49 


3 
3 
5 


255 

533 

52 


2 


443 



7 
7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 



o 

5 



396 

277 
320 
352 
5 
49 
105 
129 
140 
150 
164 
205 
233 

133 

451 

93 
181 

316 



461 



34 



Index to Journals of House of RKPUESENTAxrvEs, 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


BALDWIX. Dit. Sii.As: 










chiiiu ...... 


> • • 


17G3 


6 


353 


BALL (see also Jhdlels) : 










allowanoe for ..... 


. 


1757 


5 


205 


liALL, Sakaii, and oTiiF.ifS: 










sdhlicrs' wives, petitioners 


• 


1744 


3 


♦228 


r..V\Fii:Ll), Cll.viu.K.s (.svr alio Slnylou) : 










petition . . 17(il — (i : 135 


17G1— G: 137 


17G1 


6 


1 II 


17t;i_ (i: 1 \-y 


17t;i— G: lis 


17G1 


G 


It'.t; 


V. Wiliird, l\icli:inl, revivml 


17(il— <■>: 15(1 


17G1 


6 


151 


17G1— G: IGG 


17G1— G: I'JG 


1761 


6 


197 


BA^sFlLLl), High: 










jetition ...... 


• • • 


1716 


1 


165 


BANFILL, JuiiN ["Banfield"] : 










Ijetition 


. 


1753 


4 


329 




1753— 4:334 


1758 


5 


311 


1774— .S:195 


1774— 8 : 203 


1774 


8 


212 


BANK, The (see also Portsmouth) : 










minute-men from 


• 


1711 


1 


21 


records kept at .... 


• ■ • 


1726 


2 


42 


BANK : 










money, burnt .... 


. . 


1727 


2 


G9 


BANKRUPTS : 










act concerning 


1715 1 : 129 


1715 


1 


130 


1715— 1 : 131 


1717— 1:206 


1718 


1 


221 


BAPTISTS : 










diflficulties regardino: 


■ • • 


1770 


7 


340 


BAR: 










appeal from judgments in 


. 


1718 


1 


221 


BARBER, R(.iiekt: 










captivated by St. Francois Indians 


• 


1754 


4 


482 


petition 


. 


1760 


6 


39 


BARGES (see also Boats) : 










governor's, etc. 




1767 


7 


115 


BARKER, Benjamin: 










jx'tition ...... 


1745 3 : 294 


1745 


3 


295 


BARKEP., John: 










memorial 


• • • 


1738 


2 


540 


' claim ..... 


■ • • • 


1746 


3 


407 


BARKER, Jonathan: 










aecount ..... 


1758 5:371 


1758 


6 


372 


BARLEY : 










tax rate 


1752— 4:251 


1755 


4 


548 


175G 5:136 


1757— 5 : 277 


1758 


5 


385 


1758— 5 : 388 


1759— G: 2 


17G0 


6 


105 


17(;i_ G:213 


17G2— 6:2G5 


1763 


6 


338 


17(i4— G:3% 


17G.5— 7 : 29 


1765 


7 


84 


BARNES, George : 










soldier, caittivated . 


1761— G:121 


1761 


6 


134 


BARNES, JosKi'ir: 










V. Parker. Jonathan . 


. ■ 


1770 


8 


53 


BARNES, S AMU El.: 










njaster of sloop 


. 


1745 


3 


277 


BARXETT. Cait. Moses : 










muster-roll .... 


17 IG— 3:408 


1746 


3 


632 


BARNSTEAI): 


• 








lino \\ith Chichester 


• > • 


1764 


6 


405 


boundaries . , , . 


, 176,5— 6 : 433 


1770 


8 


47 


petition 


> ■ > > 


1771 


8 


77 


highway 




1771 


8 


88 


inventory . . . . , 




1773 


8 


157 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



35 





TEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


BARR, Col. Samuel : 












muster-roll .... 


, , 


, , 


1746 


3 


383 


petition ..... 


. 1760— 


6: 69 


1760 


6 


70 


member . . 1762— 6 : 239 


1762— 


6 : 250 


1762 


6 


268 


1762- 6 : 458 


1763 


6 : 313 


1763 


6 


317 


1763 6 : 319 


1763 


6 : 323 


1763 


6 


363 


1763— 6:462 


1764— 


6:387 


1764 


6 


393 


1764— 6:399 


1764 


6:401 


1764 


6 


415 


1764— 6 : 464 


1765— 


6:449 


1765 


6 


450 


1765— 7: 6 


1765— 


7: 11 


1765 


7 


15 


1765 7: 17 


1765 


7: 26 


1765 


7 


27 


1765 — 7 : 176 


1766 


7: 97 


1766 


7 


178 


1767— 7 : 132 


1767— 


7 : 135 


1767 


7 


152 


1767— 7 : 182 


1768— 


7:211 


1774 


8 


194 


BARRPXL, Mrs. Martha Lakgdon : 












jjetitions for divorce from William 


Barren 




1765 


7 


43 


hearing deferred 


, , 




1765 


7 


48 


may bring in bill 


, , 




1765 


7 


49 


action of council 


• • 




1766 


7 


68 


non-concurred by house . 


, , 




1766 


7 


69 


BARRELL, Nathaniel : 












councilor . 1765 — 6 : 455 


1765— 


7: 8 


1765 


7 


13 


1765— 7 : 45 


1766 


7: 98 


1767 


7 


158 


and others, damaged bj- mobs 


, , 


, , 


1766 


7 


99 


BARRELL, William : 












decried by wife as impotent, doctors examine and 








report [he is not] 


• • 


, 


1766 


7 


69 


petitions for divorce from his wife 


, , 


, , 


1766 


7 


81 


may bring in bill 


, , 


, , 


1766 


7 


90 


divorced [non-concurred] . 


, , 


, 


1767 


7 


143 


BARRETT, James (see next) . 












BARRETT, Moses, and others : 












petition ..... 


, ^ 


, , 


1745 


3 


300 


BARRIXGTOX : 












lands surveyed .... 


• 


, 


1726 


2 


48 


petition 


. 1742— 


2:632 


1742 


2 


634 




1742— 


2:646 


1742 


2 


652 


petitioner from .... 


. 1761— 


6 : 165 


1761 


6 


*198 


selectmen to appear . 




, , 


1764 


6 


406 


proprietors to appear 




, 


1770 


8 


47 


ratable estate .... 




, , 


1742 


2 


643 


rates abated .... 






1744 


3 


109 


tax proportioned 




, . 


1747 


3 


501 


inventory . . 1753 — 4 : 294 


1760 


6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 7 : 160 


1768— 


7:218 


1773 


8 


157 


defence of . 1746 — 3 : 333 


1746— 


3 : 349 


1746 


3 


408 


1746 3 : 414 


1747— 


3:462 


1747 


3 


497 


1747— 3 : 501 


1747— 


3:514 


1747 


4 


25 


1748— 4: 67 


1748— 


4: 68 


1748 


4 


74 


1753 4 : 328 


1753— 4 : 349 


1754 


4 


408 


classed for excise 


. 1752— 


4:238 


1755 


4 


510 


town meeting called . 


• • 


, , 


1753 


4 


361 


highways 


, 


, 


1761 


6 


127 


1761— 6 : 205 


1761— 


6 : 215 


1762 


6 


250 


1762— 6:251 


1762— 


6 : 252 


1762 


6 


264 


1762— 6:265 


1762— 


6:268 


1762 


6 


271 


1762— 6 : 282 


1762— 


6:298 


1771 


8 


88 


Quakers exempt from tax 


, 


, , 


1761 


6 


131 


representative .... 


, 


, 


1762 


6 


458 


1763 6 : 462 


1764— 


6:464 


1765 


7 


176 


1766— 7 : 178 


1767— 


7:182 


1768 


7 


350 



36 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


BAKRINCTON, — (continued) : 














representative . 


17(;9— 


7 : 352 ] 


1770— 


7:354 


1770 


8 


Pl 




1771— 


8: 2p ] 


1771— 


8 : 105 


1772 


8 


115 




1773— 8:144 " 


1774— 


8: 164 


1774 


8 


184 




1774— 


8:188 


1774— 


8:189 


1774 


8 


194 




1774— 


8 : 209 


1774— 


8:210 


1775 


8 


218 


trouble about ruin 


ister 


^ , 






1770 


8 


2 


BAllROX. Moses: 
















petition 


, , 


• • 


1767— 


7:161 


1768 


7 


189 


BAKTKU, Constable: 
















claim 


. 


, , 


, 


, , 


1742 


2 


630 


BARTER, KuzAHETii: 
















petitions for tlivoree from Peter 


, 


, , 


1770 


7 


346 


BARTER. Rkteu: 
















to appear . 


. , 


, , 


, 


• 


1770 


7 


347 


BARTI>ETT, Gideon: 
















petition 


• • 


. ] 


1769— 


7:323 


1769 


7 


327 


BARTJ.ETT, Capt. Isu 


\EL : 














nuister-roll 


, , 


• • J 


1746 


3 : 438 


1746 


3 


532 


BARTLETT, Josiaii: 
















member . 


1705 — 


7 


18 


1765— 


7: 26 


1765 


7 


27 




17G5— 


7 


45 


1765— 


7:176 


1766 


7 


55 




1766— 


7 


66 


1766— 


7: 63 


1766 


7 


73 




i7(;t;— 


7 


!)2 


1766— 


7 : 106 


1766 


7 


178 




1767— 


7 


126 


1767— 


7:127 


1767 


7 


132 




1767— 


7 


135 


1767— 


7:143 


1767 


7 


145 




1767— 


7 


148 


1767— 


7:182 


1768 


7 


192 




1768— 


7 


193 


1768— 


7 : 198 


1768 


7 


204 




1768— 


7 


213 ] 


L768— 


7:229 


1768 


7 


234 




1768— 


7 


236 ] 


L768— 


7:243 


1768 


7 


275 




176H— 


7 


350 


1769— 


7 : 294 


1769 


7 


296 




1761>— 


7 


304 


1769— 


7:310 


1769 


7 


319 




176j— 


7 


320 


1769— 


7 : 332 


1769 


7 


335 




1769 


7 


352 ] 


1770 


7:345 


1770 


7 


354 




1770— 


8 


1 p ] 


1770— 


8: 3 


1770 


8 


17 




1770— 


8 


42 


1770— 


8: 51 


1770 


8 


54 




1771— 


8 


2p 


1771— 


8: 64 


1771 


8 


66 




1771— 


8 


80 ] 


1771— 


8: 81 


1771 


8 


82 


/ 


1771— 


8 


89 


1771 — 


8: 90 


1771 


8 


97 




1771 — 


8 


105 


1771— 


8:107 


1771 


8 


108 




1771— 


8 


113 ] 


1772— 


8:115 


1772 


8 


121 




1772— 


8 


122 


1772— 


8:123 


1772 


8 


125 




1772— 


8 


129 


1773— 


8:135 


1773 


8 


136 




177:3— 


8 


137 


773 


8:144 


1773 


8 


147 




1773 


8 


148 ] 


1774— 


8:164 


1774 


8 


165 




1774— 


8 


166 ] 


177-1— 


8 : 167 


1774 


8 


168 




1774— 


8 


170 


177-1— 


8:172 


1774 


8 


184 




1774— 


8 


187 


1774— 


8:192 


1774 


8 


193 




1774— 


8 


195 


1774— 


8:196 


1774 


8 


201 




1774— 


8 


203 


1771— 


8:214 


1775 


8 


218 




1775— 


8 


222 


1775 — 


8:233 


1775 


8 


234 


BARTLETT, Richard: 
















doctor's mate 


, 


, 


, 


, 


1763 


6 


332 


BARTON, Stephen: 
















petition 


, , 


, , 


1731— 


2 : 354 


1731 


2 


358 


aceount 


, 


, 


1 


» . 


1766 


7 


88 


BASFORU, Joseph : 
















account 


, , 


, , 


1746— 


3:432 


1747 


3 


507 


BASON (see Pier). 
















BASS: 
















catching by dip-nets, to prevei 


nt 


. 


• 


1757 


5 


221 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



37 



BASTARD Child (see also Murder) : 
murdering, penalty . 
alleged murderer of, acquitted 

BASTIDE, J. H. : 



YEAK. 



VOL. I PAGE. 



engineer 



BAT, Timothy : 

action iDrosecuted by 
BATCHELDER, Abraham (see also Bachelder) : 

Tjetitioner . 
BATCHELDER, Josiah: 

member .... 



1744— 



n 



1755— 5 : 14 



1745— 



1755 — 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1757— 
1757— 
BATCHELOR, Stephen: 

petition .... 
BATCHELOR and others : 

petition .... 
BATEAUX : 

men 

stove to pieces . 
BATH: 

inventory .... 
BATHRICK, Samuel : 

I^etition 
BATSOX, Mrs.: 

allowance .... 
BATSON, Stephen : 

account .... 
BATTERIES (see also Work) : 
supplied, etc. . 

1746— 
1746— 
1747— 
BAULCH, John : 

petition .... 
BAY Vert: 

French men-of-war at 
BAYBERRY Wax: 

tax rate .... 

1756— 
1758— 
1761— 
176^ 



59 

64 

86 

187 

252 

283 



1755 — 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1757— 
1757 — 



62 
75 
143 
260 
264 
506 



1728— 2:138 



1757- 
1757- 



1G5 



423 
441 

485* 



1746- 
1746- 
1747- 
1747- 



3: 
3: 



136 

388 
213 
396 



BAYLEY, Jacob : 

captain, lieutenant-colonel, colonel 



BAYONETS : 

for soldiers 
BEADLE, John : 

had small-pox . 
BEACH (see Hampton) . 
BEAN, Daniel : 

invalid volunteer 



1756— 
1758— 
1761— 
1763— 



139 

:357 

187 

344 



1754— 
1757— 
1759— 
1763— 
1765— 



1758— 
1758— 
1762— 
1763— 



195 
230 



1745— 3 : 16; 



308 
424 

482 

487 



445* 

277 

2 

265 

29 



323 

:397 

2.58 

345 



1714 
1765 


1 
6 


1744 


3 


1747 


3 


1755 


5 


1755 
1755 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1757 
1758 


5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 


1728 


2 


1742 


3 


1759 
1757 


5 
5 


1773 


8 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1766 


7 


1746 
1746 
1747 
1747 


3 
3 
3 
4 


1761 


6 


1747 


3 


1752 
1755 
1758 
1760 
1763 
1766 


4 
4 
6 
6 
6 
7 


1756 
1758 
1760 
1763 
1765 


5 
5 
6 
6 
6 


1758 


5 


1762 


6 


1746 


3 



1 1 
448 

79 

520 

15 

43 
258 

85 

169 

515 

*268 

327 

141 

37 

487 
233 

160 

246 

274 

88 

419 

440 

*484 

23 

187 

498 

251 
549 
385 
105 
338 
84 

132 
333 
67 
341 
446 

371 

274 

407 



38 



Index tu Juuuxals of House of Representatives, 





TEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


JiLAN, Gi.<'H..i. . 














petition .... 


, 


1742— 


2 : 651 


1742 


2 


652 


BE.\N, James, and otiif.ks: 














(iuuiiers, exempt ironi (ax 


, , 


1762— 


6:274 


1763 


6 


348 


176o 


6 : 355 


1763— 


6:356 


1763 


6 


365 


BEA.\, John: 














claim .... 


, , 


, 


, , 


1747 


4 


18 


BEAN, JosiAH [^'John:' by mistake] : 












petition 17."»!i — 


5 : 483 


1759— 


5:491 


1759 


5 


497 


BEAN, Joshua am> A\'ili,iam: 














petition . . 170'J — 


7 : 309 


1769— 


7:324 


1769 


7 


327 


BEANS: 














for soldiers 


, , 


1746— 


3:416 


1756 


5 


117 


BEAKl). Lwax. Joseph: 














muster-roll 


, , 


1722— 


1:360 


1723 


1 


390 






1723 


1 : 404 


1724 


2 


3 


BEAKD, Wn.LiAM : 














under Captain Tilton 


, , 


, 


, , 


1763 


6 


331 


BEATING Ohdeus : 














of governor . 17-16 — 


.S : 372 


1747-:^ 


3:474 


1747 


4 


20 


1756 


5:139 


1761— 


6:193 


1762 


6 


254 


BEAUIIARNOIS, Mauquis : 














governor of Canada . 


, , 


, 


, , 


1747 


3 


516 


BECK, SEKCiEANT: 














provision for men under command of 


, 


, , 


1746 


3 


380 


BEDE, Jonathan : 














(Quaker, exempt from tax 


, 


. 


, , 


1763 


6 


365 


BEDEL, Cai>t. Tlmotuy : 














muster-roll 


, , 


1763— 


6:360 


1763 


6 


362 


BEDFORD : 














inventory . . 1753 — 


4:294 


1760— 


6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 


7:160 


1768— 


7:218 


1773 


8 


158 


petition . . 1756 — 


5:161 


1756— 


5:171 


1756 


5 


178 


tax on lands 


, , 


1756- 


5:182 


1757 


5 


248 


lands sold 


, , 


, 


, , 


1764 


6 


409 


representative . 1762 — 


6 : 256 


1762— 


6 : 257 


1762 


6 


458 


1763— 


6 : 462 


1764— 


6:464 


1765 


7 


3 


1765 


7 : 176 


1766— 


7:178 


1767 


7 


182 


1768— 


7 : 350 


1769— 


7 : 352 


1770 


7 


354 


1770— 


8: ]p 


1771- 


8: 2p 


1771 


8 


105 


1772— 


8:115 


1773— 


8:144 


1774 


8 


164 


1774- 


8:184 


1774— 


8:188 


1775 


8 


218 


relieved, as to meeting 


, 


, 


, , 


1763 


6 


360 






1763— 


6 : 363 


1763 


6 


364 


BEEF : 














for soltliers 


, 


. 


, , 


1746 


8 


416 


tax rate . . 1752 — 


4 : 251 


1751— 


4 : 445 


1755 


4 


548 


1756- 


5 : 136 


17.-.7— 


5 : 277 


1758 


5 


385 


1758— 


5 : 388 


175;»— 


6: 2 


1760 


6 


105 


1761— 


6:213 


1762— 


6 : 265 


1763 


6 


338 


1764 


6 : 396 


1765 — 


7: 29 


1766 


7 


84 


BEER : 














sold at ferry, excise free . 


, , 


, 


, , 


1721 


1 


282 


to be constantly provided at licensed 


houses 


, , 


1721 


1 


286 


strong. l>re\viiig 1766 — 


7 : 102 


1766— 


7:101 


1766 


7 


108 


BEESWAX: 




• 










tux rate . . 1752 — 


4:251 


1754— 


4 : 445 


1755 


4 


549 


1756— 


5:136 


1757— 


5 : 277 


1758 


5 


385 


1758— 


5 : 388 


1759— 


6: 2 


1760 


6 


105 


1761— 


6:213 


1762— 


6 : 265 


1763 


6 


338 


1764— 


6:396 


1765— 


7: 29 


1766 


7 


84 



Province of ISTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



39 





TEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


BELCHER, Jonathan : 












ffovernor . 


. • • • 


1730— 2 : 173 


1730 


2 


307 


o 


1730 2 : 311 


1730— 2 : 315 


1730 


2 


316 




1730 2 : 317 


1730 2 : 320 


1730 


2 


322 




1730— 2 : 323 


1730— 2:331 


1730 


2 


333 




1731— 2 : 338 


1731— 2 : 342 


1731 


2 


347 




1731— 2:350 


1731— 2:352 


1731 


2 


357 




1732- 2:366 


1732— 2 : 375 


1732 


2 


379 




1733— 2 : 390 


1733 2 : 396 


1733 


2 


400 




1734— 2:415 


1734 2 : 421 


1734 


2 


426 




1734— 2:432 


1735 2 : 435 


1735 


2 


439 




1735— 2:456 


1736— 2:474 


1737 


2 


477 




1737— 2:490 


1737— 2 : 494 ■ 


1737 


2 


496 




1737— 2:501 


1737— 2 : 502 


1737 


2 


509 




1738 2 : 528 


1738 2 : 529 


1738 


2 


530 




1740— 2:546 


1740— 2 : 559 


1740 


2 


567 




1742— 2 : 627 


1742— 2:628 


1742 


3 


38 


BELKNAP, John: 












petition 


■ • • • 


1758— 5 : 370 


1758 


5 


375 


BELKNAP, Moses : 












> restored to his law 


. • • ■ 


1769— 7 : 283 


1769 


7 


323 


BELL, Capt. Thomas : 












member . 


• • • • 


• • • 


1745 


3 


184 






1745— 3 : 185 


1745 


3 


187 




1745 3 : 189 


1745 3 : 197 


1745 


3 


199 




1745— 3 : 201 


1745— 3 : 203 


1745 


3 


210 




1745 3 : 211 


1745— 3 : 212 


1745 


3 


215 




1745— 3 : 222 


1745— 3 : 226 


1745 


3 


229 




1745— 3 : 230 


1745— 3 : 231 


1745 


3 


237 




1745— 3 : 239 


1745— 3 : 241 


1745 


3 


245 




1745— 3 : 256 


1745— 3 : 262 


1745 


3 


269 




1745— 3 : 271 


1745— 3 : 280 


1745 


3 


285 




1745— 3 : 292 


1745 3 : 296 


1745 


3 


297 




1746— 3 : 323 


1746— 3:334 


1746 


3 


340 




1746— 3 : 355 


1746— 3 : 366 


1746 


3 


368 




1746— 3 : 402 


1746— 3:403 


1746 


3 


412 




1746— 3 : 417 


1746— 3 : 420 


1747 


3 


453 




1747— 3:475 


1747— 3 : 480 


1747 


3 


482 




1747— 3 : 497 


1747— 3:511 


1747 


3 


524 




1747— 3 : 528 


1747— 4: 2 


1747 


4 


35 




1747— 4: 38 


1747_ 4: 45 


1747 


4 


53 




1748— 4 : 88 


1748— 4: 95 


1748 


4 


96 




1748— 4: 98 


1749— 4:100 


1749 


4 


105 




1749— 4 : 106 


1749— 4:118 


1749 


4 


122 




1749— 4:132 


1749— 4 : 162 


1749 


4 


163 




1749— 4 : 170 


1750— 4: 10 


1751 


4 


9 




1752— 4:216 


1752— 4 : 219 


1752 


4 


229 




1752— 4 : 231 


1752— 4 : 239 


1752 


4 


240 




1752— 4 : 243 


1752— 4 : 245 


1752 


4 


248 




1752— 4 : 254 


1752— 4 : 263 


1752 


4 


278 




1752— 4 : 380 


1753 4 : 282 


1753 


4 


283 




1753— 4 : 326 


1753— 4 : 335 


1753 


4 


. 345 




1753— 4 : 868 


1753 4:384 


1754 


4 


394 




1754— 4 : 406 


1754— 4:416 


1754 


4 


417 




1754— 4:441 


1754— 4 : 446 


1754 


4 


462 




1754— 4:461 


1754— 4 : 470 


1754 


4 


476 




1754— 4:552 


1755— 4 : 506 


1755 


4 


558 




1755— 4 : 568 


1755— 5: 


1755 


5 


3 




1755 5: 5 


1755 — 5 : 8 


1755 


5 


41 




1755— 5 : 43 


1755— 5: 44 


1755 


5 


258 




1756— 5: 74 


1756— 5: 76 


1756 


5 


87 



40 



Index to Journals of House of Uepresentatives, 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


BLLL, Cwr. Thomas, — (continued) : 










luembor . . 1 75G — 6 : 89 


l7oG— 5 : 109 


175G 


5 


114 


17;^r,_ 5:137 


1756— 5 : 138 


1756 


5 


143 


175(; — 5: 154 


175G— 5:169 


1756 


5 


170 


17r,G— 5: 191 


1756— 5 : 192 


1756 


6 


193 


17.-,G— 5:2G0 


1756— 5:515 


1757 


5 


214 


1757- 5:219 


l7.-,7_ 5:220 


1757 


6 


228 


17.-,7_ 5:247 1 


757 — 5 : 255 


1757 


5 


257 


17.-,7_ 5:2G4 ] 


1757— 5 : 2G8* 


1757 


5 


269 


1757— 5 : 282 


1757— 5:289 


1757 


5 


292 


1757— 5:293 ] 


1757— 5 : 295 


1757 


6 


298 


1757— 5:305 ] 


1757 — 5 : 307 


1757 


5 


506 


17.0,s— 5 : 323 1 


1758— 5:351 


1758 


5 


366 


1758— 5:371 1 


L758— 5 : 379 


1758 


5 


380 


17.08- 5 : 381 ] 


[758— 5 : 382 


1758 


5 


386 


1758— 5 : 395 


1758— 5 : 398 


1758 


6 


400 


1758— 5:404 


1758— 5 : 405 


1758 


6 


416 


1758— 5 : 427 ] 


1758 5 : 429 


1758 


5 


432 


1758— 5:434 ] 


1758— 5 : 436 


1758 


6 


439 


1758— 5 : 441 ] 


L758— 5 : 444 


1758 


5 


445 


1758— 5:450 ] 


L758- 5 -.512 


1759 


5 


486 


1759— 5 : 487 1 


[759— G: 2 


1759 


6 


7 


1759— G: 10 ] 


1759— G: 15 


1759 


6 


29 


17(5(»— G: 59 ] 


[700- G: 63 


1760 


6 


66 


17(J0— G: 71 ] 


[760— G: 74 


1760 


6 


75 


17GU— 6: 84 ] 


[760— 6: 91 


1761 


6 


154 


17t)l— 6:159 ] 


[761— 6:212 


1761 


6 


216 


17(;i— G : 232 ] 


[763— 6:351 


1764 


6 


401 


17G5 — 7 : G 


[765— 7: 9 


1765 


7 


27 


1765 — 7 : 47 


705— 7: 48 


1765 


7 


176 


1766 — 7: 71 1 


766— 7 : 82 


1766 


7 


87 


1766— 7 : 178 ] 


L767— 7 : 13G 


1767 


7 


1S2 


1768 7 : 238 ] 


[768- 7 : 350 


1769 


7 


334 


1769— 7:352 ] 


[770 7 : 337 


1770 


7 


354 


1770— 8 : 1 p ] 


770— 8: 13 


1771 


8 


p2 


1771— 8: 89 ] 


[771— 8:105 


1772 


8 


115 


1772— 8:130 ] 


[773— 8 : 144 


1773 


8 


153 


muster-roll, etc ] 


[745 3:240 


1745 


3 


242 


1746 3:332 ] 


747— 3:489 


1747 


4 


27 


1747— 4: 37 1 


748— 4: 88 


1753 


4 


327 


175;3_ 4 : 33G ] 


757— 5:219 


1757 


5 


257 


1757— 5:301 ] 


[758— 5:317 


1758 


5 


339 


1758— 5:395 ] 


758— 5:399 


1759 


6 


12 


1760— G: 59 ] 


761— 6: 15.S 


1762 


6 


266 


1763— 6:340 1 


[763— 6:35<i 


1763 


6 


351 


1764— 6:389 ] 


761 — G:401 


1765 


7 


30 


1766— 7: 80 1 


767— 7:115 


1 769 


7 


290 


1769— 7:291 ] 


770— 8: !•-' 


1771 


8 


89 


BKLi., Wll.l.lAM: 










j)etiti()ii ...... 


• • • 


1758 


6 


367 


r.KM^MAN : 










.for S(;lectnien 1 


723— 1:386 


1723 


1 


389 


liEI.LA.MY'S Hank (Uoveh) : 










l)ritlf^e over 1 


756— 5: 172 


1756 


5 


173 


BELLOWS: 










for use of fjenenil :issemblv 


• • 


1770 


8 


19 


BELLOWS, Ma.i: Benjamin: 










muster-roll, etc 1 


754— 4:477 


175G 


5 


76 


1 


760- 6: 112 


1763 


6 


353 


BENEFIT OF Clergy: 










none for counterfeiters 


. 


1738 


2 


534 



Province of ISTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



41 



1747— 3 : 498 



BENNETT, Arthur : 

hired, wages stopt . 
BENNETT, Caleb : 

hired, wages stopt 
BENNETT, Captain: 

deposition .... 

BENNINGTOWN Imw in Vcrmonf] : 

lands taxed .... 
BENSON, Henry : 

sick soldier .... 
BERRY, Capt. Ephraim : 

muster-roll, etc. 

17(iO— 6 : 72 1760— 6 : 7G 
1761— 6:155 1761— 6:190 
1765 — 6 : 455 1765 — 7 : 17 
BERRY, George : 

under Captain Tilton 
BERRY, James : 

V. Berry, Joseph, new trial . . 1766 — 7 : 102 
BERRY, Joseph : 

account ..... 
BERRY, Ensign Stephen : 

testimony about deserters . . 1761 — 6 : 22c 

BERWICK, Maine : 

incursions at . 

bills of credit accidentally burnt in 
BETTY : 

sloop, Samuel Barnes, master . 
BEVERLY, James : 

under Capt. Samuel Gerrish 
BICKFORD, Charles : 

petition ..... 
BICKFORD. Eleazer : 

volunteer ..... 
BICKFORD, Eliaklm : 

petition ..... 
BICKFORD, Joseph : 

muster-roll, etc. 

1755— 4:494 
BICKFORD, Moses : 

mistake in charge against, corrected 
BILL (see Act) . 
BILLS (see also Rules of Hotcse) : 

to be read thilce and not to pass till after two ad- 
journments 1722— 1:330 

BILLS OF Credit (see also Box, Currency, Engraver, 
Fund, Paper, Plates, Taxes, Treasurer , Treasury) 



advance on, regulated 

report on . 

list of . from 1714 — 

printing, emitting, etc. 



1711— 

1716- 



5 
171 



2 : 582 to 1741— 2 : 594 



1721— 
1734— 
1724— 
1755 — 
1759— 



1734— 2:411 

1742— 2 : 626 

1755 — 5 : 59 

1755— 5: 91 
emission of, restricted, by lords justices . 
printing of, to be sent home for royal approbation 
funds, on which emitted, investigated 
acts emitting, examined 

6 



277 

420 

642 

70 

487 



TEAK. 



1760 

1760 

1747 

1763 

1761 

1760 
1761 
1761 
1765 

1763 

1767 

1746 

1761 

1722 
1738 

1745 

1763 

1757 

1746 

1757 

1754 
1755 

1757 
1728 



1714 

1725 
1716 



VOL. 



1721 


1 


1734 


2 


1742 


2 


1755 





1755 


5 


1768 


7 


1721 


1 


1721 


1 


1745 


3 


1768 


7 



6 
6 
3 
6 

6 

6 
6 
6 

7 

6 

7 

3 

6 

1 
2 

3 

6 

5 
3 
5 

4 

4 



1 

2 
1 



PAGE. 
76 

72 
499 

370 
210 

70 
146 
192 

23 

331 

140 

344 

224 

341 
533 

277 

330 

269 

404 

308 

469 
495 

232 
127 



83 

15 

179 

275 
410 
624 
57 
90 
200 
279 
281 
294 
200 



42 



Index tu Jouknals of IIou.se of Representatives, 



BULLS OK CuF.inT, — {contimicd) : 
plates, cuslndy oi 



YEAB. 



17:57 
174i^ 



blank .sliL'i'ts, custDtly ol . 

blank sheets, ilelivereil to members . 

bhiiik sheets, returned by members . 

170O— G: G;{ 
Itaymeiits in .... . 
lawful tender on specialties 
value of, determined 

1747— 3:o2o 
receiving for taxes .... 
new tenor, general assemld}- paid in 
new emission, drawinjr and sinkin<r 
old figured, exchanged 
old cyphered, exchanged, etc. . 

172y— 2 : 153 

1731— 2:355 

exchanging, etc. \li)b — 4:542 

redeeming, sinking, drawing in, etc 

miltee and Fund) 1734 — 2 : 413 

1705- G:453 

1770— 8: 61 

redeemable in silver and jrold . 



2 : 
3: 

4: 
5 : 
G: 
1: 



493 

G4 

512 

32G 

: GD 

; 1)8 



522 
41 
17 



1755— 
175K— 

nc.o— 

1715— 



1747— 
1747— 
1755— 

deferred 



1727— 2:108 
172'J— 2:163 
1731— 2:357 
1771— 8:021 
{see also Com- 
1734— 2 : 425 
1768— 7 : 267 
1770— 8: 60 



redeemiuir accidental losses of 



burning, ollicially 



1752— 
1758— 
1760— 
1702- 
1764— 
1765— 
1715— 
1715— 
1718— 
1720— 
1721— 
172.;- 
1724— 
1724— 
1726— 
1726— 
1727— 

172'J— 
1730— 
1733— 
1736— 
17:;.s— 
1740- 
1712— 
1712— 
1745— 
1745- 
1746— 
1747— 
174.S— 
1752— 
1753— 
175- 



259 

390 

51 

273 

425 

10 

103 

107 

222 

251 

297 

;405 

:421 

; 9 

: 30 

; 5« 

: 69 

:135 

: 158 

:346 

:381 

:470 

:536 

:563 

:648 

: 43 

:209 

:2«0 

: 332 

:527 

: 84 

:255 

;364 

:416 



1764— 
1726— 
1752— 
1758— 
1761— 
1762— 
1765— 
1768— 
1715— 
1715- 
1719— 
1721— 
1721— 
1723— 
1724— 
1725— 
1726— 
1726— 
1727— 
1728— 
1729— 
1732— 
1734— 
1737— 
1740— 
1740— 
1742— 
1742— 
1745— 
1746— 
1747— « 



423 
30 
260 
427 
144 
296 
436 
202 
105 
108 
239 
274 
299 
407 
424 
26 
42 
62 
70 
137 
170 
369 
402 
2:492 
2 : 553 
2:569 
2 : 651 



1747— 4 

1748— 4 

1752— 4 

1753— 4 

1754— 4 



44 
271 
319 
505 
38 
90 
261 
365 
423 



1742 
1747 
1745 
1755 
1758 
1761 
1721 
1734 
1747 
1747 
1747 
1765 
1742 
1745 
1728 
1729 
1729 
1737 
1772 

1735 
1770 
1773 
1760 
1765 
1752 
1753 
1760 
1761 
1763 
1765 
1771 
1715 
1715 
1720 
1721 
1723 
1724 
1724 
1725 
1726 
1726 
1728 
1729 
1729 
1732 
1736 
1737 
1740 
1742 
1742 
1744 
1745 
1746 
1747 
1747 
1752 
1753 
1754 
1754 



VOL. 



2 
3 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 
3 
3 
4 
7 
2 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
8 

2 

8- 

8 

6 

6 

4 

4 

6 

6 

6 

6 

8 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



PAOB. 



G41 
527 
284 
518 
329 
211 
284 
412 
483 
524 
42 
29 
638 
278 
120 
151 
164 
481 
124 

452 
45 
138 
53 
457 
258 
284 
40 
168 
315 
443 
89 
106 
120 
245 
286 
875 
415 
425 
27 
64 
64 
132 
157 
171 
373 
461 
493 
554 
616 
652 
100 
279 
327 
515 
49 
253 
285 
412 
426 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



43 



BILLS OF Ckedit, — {continued) : 



burning, officially 



1754 

1754— 

1754— 

1744— 

1754— 

1754— 

1755— 

1755- 

1755— 

1756— 

1756— 

1756— 

1756— 

1756— 

1756— 

1757— 

1757 — 

1757— 

1758— 

1758— 

1758— 

1758— 

1758— 

1758— 

1759— 

1760— 

1760— 

1760— 

1760— 

1761 — 

1763— 

1736— 

1764— 

1765— 

1767— 

1768— 

1771— 



4:427 
4:436 
4:441 
4 : 443 



:467 

:487 

:540 

: 2 

: 32 

: 71 

: 74 

: 81 

: 86 

:183 

:193 

:202 

;208 

;271 

;316 

:329 

:339 

359 

:384 

416 

494 

35 

47 

62 

114 

168 

310 

359 

425 

468 

164 

278 

67 



1754— 
1754— 
1754— 
1754— 
1754— 
1755 — 
1755— 
1755— 
1755 — 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1757 — 
1757 — 
1757— 
1758— 
1758— 
1758— 
1758— 
1758— 
1758— 
1759— 
1760— 
1760— 
1760— 
1760— 
1761— 
1763— 
1763- 
1765— 
1765— 
1767— 
1770— 
1771— 
1756— 
1758— 



counterfeit, received and burnt 

blank sheets burnt . 

1758— 5 
for specified sums (see also Act and Committee) 

1711— 1: 

1712— 1: 

1716— 1:169 1716— 1; 

1717— 1:202 1717— 1: 

1718— 1 : 221 1718— 1 : 

1720— 1:249 1720— 1; 

1721— 1:275 1721— 1: 

1721— 1 :297 1721— 1: 

1722— 1:320 1722— 1: 
1722— 1:358 1722— 1: 

1722— 1:363 1722— 1: 

1723— 1 : 378 1723— 1 : 

1723— 1:395 1724— 1: 

1724— 1:424 1724— 1: 

1724— 2: 10 1724— 2: 

1725— 2: 20 1725— 2: 

1726— 2: 30 1726— 2: 
1726— 2 : 46 1726— 2 : 



:430 

:439 

;442 

:445 

:485 

:499 

:o41 

: 19 

; 35 

; 72 

77 

: 83 

: 87 

189 

194 

204 

210 

275 

317 

332 

349 

365 

401 

445 

499 

41 

48 

64 

115 

177 

311 

361 

457 

10 

165 

344 

93 

71 

318 

327 

30 

53 

170 

203 

224 

259 

285 

307 

321 

359 

364 

393 

421 

425 

12 

25 

31 

48 



YEAB. 



1754 

1754 

1754 

1754 

1754 

1755 

1755 

1755 

1756 

1756 

1756 

1756 

1756 

1756 

1757 

1757 

1757 

1757 

1758 

1758 

1758 

1758 

1758 

1759 

1759 

1760 

1760 

1760 

1760 

1762 

1763 

1764 

1765 

1766 

1768 

1770 

1772 

1756 

1760 

1758 

1760 

1711 

1711 

1714 

1716 

1717 

1718 

1720 

1721 

1721 

1722 

1722 

1723 

1723 

1724 

1724 

1725 

1725 

1726 

1726 



VOL. 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
8 
8 
5 
6 
5 
6 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



PAGE. 



431 

440 

*442 

*445 

486 

537 

542 

27 

70 

73 

80 

84 

108 

190 

196 

206 

214 

304 

318 

336 

357 

376 

408 

481 

11 

46 

61 

87 

211 

295 

336 

389 

467 

107 

201 

6 

122 

87 

64 

325 

115 

5 

31 

83 

172 

211 

228 

260 

294 

318 

322 

361 

375 

394 

422 

8 

19 

27 

44 

48 



44 



1ni»i:x to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


BILLS OK Credit, — (c(m< 


imicd) : 










for speciliucl sums 


\7-2C>— 2: 49 1 


726— 2: 54 


1726 


2 


58 




172(;— 2: ()4 1 


726— 2: 65 


1726 


2 


66 




1727— 2: G'J 1 


727— 2: 79 


1727 


2 


82 




1727— 2: 83 1 


727— 2 : 86 


1727 


2 


89 




1727— •-' : 105 1 


72S— 2:118 


1728 


2 


120 




1728— 2: 128 ] 


72H 2:130 


1728 


2 


132 




172S— 2:133 1 


[72.H— 2:135 


1728 


2 


142 




1728 2 : 143 1 


[728— 2 : 152 


1729 


2 


155 




1729— 2: 15tj 1 


729— 2 : 157 


1729 


2 


158 




1729— 2: 159 1 


1729— 2:161 


1729 


2 


162 




172;)— 2 : 168 1 


729— 2 : 170 


1730 


2 


3 IS 




1730 2:332 1 


1730— 2:334 


1731 


2 


357 




1731— 2:358 1 


1732— 2:369 


1732 


2 


370 




1732— 2:371 1 


1732— 2:372 


1732 


2 


373 




1733 2:384 ] 


1733— 2:385 


1733 


2 


3H6 




1733 2:387 1 


734— 2:407 


1734 


2 


409 




1734— 2:411 ] 


[734— 2:414 


1734 


2 


418 




1734— 2:426 ] 


1734— 2:427 


1735 


2 


440 




1735 2:443 ] 


1735 2:445 


1735 


2 


448 




1736 2:459 1 


L736— 2:460 


1737 


2 


478 




1737— 2:484 1 


1737— 2:488 


1737 


2 


489 




1737— 2 : 490 ] 


1737— 2:491 


1737 


2 


493 




1737— 2 : 494 ] 


1737— 2:515 


1737 


2 


516 




1737— 2:519 ] 


1737— 2:522 


1737 


2 


523 




1737— 2 : 524 ] 


1737— 2:525 


1738 


2 


536 




1740 2:561 


1740— 2:562 


1740 


2 


563 




1740— 2:569 


1742— 2 : 629 


1742 


2 


631 




1742— 2 : 635 1 


1742— 2:636 


1742 


2 


644 




1742— 2 : 645 ] 


1742— 2:647 


1742 


2 


650 




1742— 2 : 653 ] 


1742— 3: 38 


1742 


3 


40 




1743 3: 60 ] 


1743— 3: 61 


1743 


3 


63 




1743— 3: 64 ] 


1743- 3: 65 


1743 


3 


66 




1743— 3: 73 ] 


1744— 3: 79 


1744 


3 


80 




17 U— 3: 91 ] 


1744— 3: 94 


1744 


3 


95 




1744— 3: 99 ] 


1744— 3 : 100 


1744 


3 


101 




1744— 3 : 103 ] 


1745— 3:133 


1745 


3 


140 




1745 3:141 ] 


1745— 3 : 142 


1745 


3 


143 


/ 


1745— 3 : 152 


1745— 3:157 


1745 


3 


161 




1745— 3:162 


1745— 3:163 


1745 


3 


164 




1745— 3:166 


1745— 3:168 


1745 


3 


178 




1745 3 : 179 


1745— 3:206 


1745 


3 


208 




1745— 3:222 : 


1745— 3 : 223 


1745 


3 


229 




1745— 3:230 


1745— 3 : 232 


1745 


3 


235 




1745— 3:242 ] 


1745— 3 : 243 


1745 


3 


244 




1745— 3 : 247 


1745— 3:257 


1745 


3 


259 




1745— 3:270 


1745— 3:271 


1745 


3 


273 




1745 3:277 


1745— 3 : 279 


1745 


3 


280 




1745— 3 : 282 


1745— 3:283 


1745 


3 


284 




1745— 3 : 292 


1745— 3.294 


1745 


3 


297 




1746— 3:306 


[746— 3:312 


1746 


3 


316 




1746— 3:318 


1746— 3:319 


1746 


3 


326 




1746— 3:327 


1746— 3:332 


1746 


3 


338 




1746— 3:341 


1746— 3:344 


1746 


3 


363 




17M;— 3:364 


174(!— 3:391 


1746 


3 


412 




1746— 3:417 


1710—16:428 


1746 


3 


441 




1747— 3:477 


1747_ 3:487 


1747 


3 


491 




1717— 3:499 


1717— 3:523 


1747 


3 


527 




1717— 4: 32 


1747— 4: 33 


1747 


4 


38 




17 17— 4: 39 


1747— 4: 44 


1747 


4 


49 




1747_ 4 : 52 


1747— 4: 54 


1747 


4 


56 



Province of Neav Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



45 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


BILLS OF Credit, — {continued) : 










for specified sums 1747 — 4: 59 


1748— 4: 79 


1748 


4 


83 


1748 4: 88 


1748— 4: 89 


1752 


4 


221 


1752— 4 : 231 


1752— 4 : 255 


1752 


4 


262 


1752— 4 : 272 


1752— 4 : 277 


1753 


4 


312 


1753— 4:319 


1753— 4 : 330 


1754 


4 


374 


1754— 4:403 


1754— 4 : 409 


1754 


4 


428 


1754— 4 : 436 


1754 4 : 439 


1754 


4 


440 


1754— 4 : 441 


1754— 4:442 


1754 


4 


*442 


1754 4 : 443 


1754— 4 : 445 


1754 


4 


*445 


1754— 4:456 


1754— 4:477 


1754 


4 


483 


1754— 4 : 485 


1754 4 : 486 


1754 


4 


487 


1754 4 : 499 


1755— 4:500 


1755 


4 


606 


1755 4 : 507 


1755— 4 : 524 


1755 


4 


532 


1755 4 : 533 


1755 4 : 534 


1755 


4 


535 


1755 4 : 536 


1755— 4 : 537 


1755 


4 


539 


1755 4 : 540 


1755 4:541 


1755 


4 


542 


1755 4 : 543 


1755 4 : 545 


1755 


4 


568 


1755 4 : 570 


1755 5 : 1 


1755 


5 


11 


1755 5: 17 


1755 5: 19 


1755 


5 


21 


1755— 5 : 24 


1755— 5: 25 


1755 


5 


26 


1755 5: 27 


1755 5: 29 


1755 


5 


32 


1755— 5 : 33 


1755 5: 35 


1755 


5 


36 


1755 5: 53 


1756 5: 67 


1756 


5 


69 


1756— 5 : 70 


1756 5: 71 


1756 


5 


73 


1756 5: 83 


1756— 5 : 86 


1756 


5 


87 


1756 5: 90 


1756 5 : 108 


1756 


5 


115 


1756 5:116 


1756— 5 : 122 


1756 


5 


123 


1756 5 : 124 


1756 — 5 : 135 


1756 


5 


139 


1756— 5 : 147 


1756 5 : 155 


1756 


5 


159 


1756— 5 : 185 


1756— 5 : 186 


1756 


5 


192 


1757— 5 : 231 


1757— 5 : 236 


1757 


5 


240 


1757— 5 : 270 


1757— 5:271 


1757 


5 


275 


1757— 5 : 276 


1757— 5 : 283 


1757 


5 


301 


1757— 5 : 305 


1757— 5 : 306 


1758 


5 


326 


1758- 5 : 347 


1758— 5:348 


1758 


5 


403 


1758 5:411 


1758— 5 : 412 


1758 


5 


413 


1758 5 : 442 


1758— 5 : 447 


1758 


5 


449 


1758 5 : 454 


1758 5 : 455 


1759 


5 


477 


1759 5 : 479 


1759— 5 : 494 


1759 


5 


497 


1759— 6: 3 


1759— 6 : 6 


1759 


6 


7 


1759— 6 : 11 


1759— 6 : 14 


1759 


6 


18 


1759— 6 : 30 


1760— 6 : 53 


1760 


6 


77 


1760— 6 : 78 


1760 6: 88 


1760 


6 


90 


1760— 6 : 99 


1760— 6 : 106 


1760 


6 


108 


1760 6 : 109 


1760— 6 : 111 


1761 


6 


139 


1761— 6:150 


1761— 6:151 


1761 


6 


152 


1761— 6:155 


1761— 6 : 156 


1761 


6 


157 


1761— 6:158 


]761— 6:160 


1761 


6 


161 


1761— 6:162 


1761— 6 : 163 


1761 


6 


164 


1761— 6 : 165 


1761— 6:166 


1761 


6 


171 


1761— 6:176 


1761— 6 : ISO 


1761 


6 


188 


1761^ 6:203 


1761— 6:221 


1762 


6 


242 


1762— 6 : 269 


1762— 6 : 280 


1762 


6 


292 


1762— 6 : 295 


1762— 6 : 299 


1763 


6 


322 


1763 6 : 336 


1763 6 : 345 


1763 


6 


347 


1763 6 : 366 


1764 6 : 396 


1765 


6 


430 


1765 6 : 431 


1766 7: 87 


1769 


7 


314 


of other provinces . 


• • • • 


1729 


2 


163 


1735 2 : 449 


1740— 2 : 562 


1742 


2 


642 


1742— 2 : 644 


1757— 5:271 


1758 


5 


348 



46 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


FACE. 


BILLS OF Ckkdit, — {continued): 










counterfeiting, etc. 


• • • • 


• > • 


1711 


1 


6 




1718— 1:2:31 


1721— 1 : 299 


1721 


1 


302 




1738— 2:530 


17:38— 2:532 


1738 


2 


533 




1738— 2 : 539 


17:38— 2:640 


1740 


2 


562 




1743— 3: G5 


1744— 3 : 84 


1765 


4 


496 




1755— 4:512 


ll-ii,— 4:519 


1755 


6 


15 




1756— 5 : 87 


1758— 6 : 326 


1768 


6 


360 




1760 6: 63 


176.'-,- 6 : 443 


1765 


6 


449 


BILLS OF Exchange {see also Commitlee afid London) : 








sterling, etc. 


• • 


1726— 2: 61 


1727 


2 


82 




1742— 2:643 


1744— 3: 76 


1747 


3 


486 




1747— 3:493 


1747— 3:494 


1747 


3 


523 




1755 — 5 : 1 


1755 — 5 : 19 


1755 


5 


26 




1755— 5 : 31 


1755— 5 : 32 


1755 


5 


35 




1756— 5 : 108 


1757— 5:271 


1758 


6 


323 




1758— 5 : 328 


1758— 5 : 335 


1758 


6 


359 




1758— 5 : 367 


1758— 5 : 413 


1758 


6 


423 




1759— 5 : 481 


1759— 6 : 8 


1759 


6 


20 




1760— 6: 54 


1760— 6 : 108 


1761 


6 


133 




1761— 6 : 174 


1763— 6 : 368 


1765 


6 


437 




1755— 6 : 457 


1765— 7 : 49 


1766 


7 


106 




1766— 7 : 107 


1767— 7 : 123 


1768 


7 


200 


BILLERICA [Mass.] : 






' 






selectmen's account 


• • 


. 1757— 5 : 299 


1758 


6 


344 


BILLETING : 












soldiers 


• • • 


■ • • 


1746 


3 


377 






17 40- 3 : 380 


1746 


3 


383 




1746 3 : 409 


1746 3:411 


1746 


3 


414 




1746— 3 : 417 


1746— 3:441 


1746 


3 


442 




1747— 3 : 449 


1747— 3 : 482 


1747 


3 


607 




1747— 3 : 508 


1747— 3:516 


1747 


3 


617 




1747— 4:21 


1747— 4 : 40 


1748 


4 


78 




17o3_ 4:316 


1753— 4 : 317 


1753 


4 


318 




175:3— 4 : 327 


1753— 4 : 349 


1753 


4 


356 




1753 4 : 358 


1753— 4 : 360 


1753 


4 


364 




1754— 4:435 


1754— 4 : 476 


1755 


4 


494 




1755— 4 : 495 


17o5_ 4 : 545 


1755 


5 


19 


* 


1755 — 5 : 35 


1756— 5: 71 


1756 


5 


72 




1756— 5 : 96 


1756— 5:118 


1757 


6 


205 




1757— 5 : 206 


17.57— 5:219 


1757 


5 


220 




1757— 5 : 299 


1757— 5 : 305 


1758 


5 


311 




1758— 5:312 


1758— 5:317 


1758 


5 


339 




1758— 5 : 395 


1759— 5 : 489 


1760 


6 


75 




1760— 6: 98 


1761— 6 : 193 


1762 


6 


254 




1763— 6 : 338 


176:3— 6::339 


1768 


7 


276 




1770— 8 : 18 


1771— 8: 73 


1771 


8 


94 




1771— 8:103 


1772— 8:117 


1772 


8 


125 




1772— 8:127 


1772— 8:129 


1774 


8 


210 


BIRTHS: 












registration 


■ • • 


. 1714— 1: 78 


1727 


2 


104 


Cj 




1727— 2:107 


1727 


2 


108 


BISCUIT : 












for soldiers 


. 


. 


1746 


3 


378 


assize and price 


• 


• - • • 


1764 


6 


423 


BISHOP, Enos: 




• 








letters of . 


. 


• • • • 


1754 


4 


478 


])etition 


• • ■ 


. 1756— 5 : 179 


1756 


6 


181 


BLAISDELL : 












muster-roll and ganison, near Amoskcag 












1746— 3:532 


1747 


4 


16 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



47 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


BLAISDELL, Ralph : 












allowance . 




. 


1756 


5 


194 


BLAKE, EI3ENEZER : 












sick soldier 




• ■ • 


1763 


6 


364 


BLAKE, Nathan : 












account 




. 


1758 


5 


367 


jetition 




1761— 6 : 166 


1761 


6 


*198 


BLAKE, Samuel: 












volunteer . 




» • • 


1746 


3 


404 


BLAKE, Samuel, Jr. : 












invalid volunteer 




• 


1746 


3 


331 


BLANCHARD, Jonathan : 










account 


. • - • 


1761— 6 : 134 


1761 


6 


135 


BLANCHARD, Joseph : 












member . 


• • • • 


■ • • 


1745 


3 


157 




1749 4 : 128 


1749— 4 : 129 


1749 


4 


134 




1749— 4 : 135 


1749— 4 : 137 


1749 


4 


141 




1762 6 : 238 


1762— 6 : 239 


1762 


6 


240 




1762— 6 : 242 


1762— 6 : 243 


1762 


6 


255 




1762— 6 : 256 


1762— 6 : 257 


1762 


6 


260 




1762— 6 : 261 


1762— 6 : 263 


1762 


6 


266 




1762— 6 : 267 ■ 


1762— 6 : 269 


1762 


6 


270 




1762— 6:272 


1762— 6 : 273 


1762 


6 


274 




1762— 6 : 278 


1762— 6 : 281 


1762 


6 


284 




17G2— 6 : 292 


1762— 6 : 293 


1762 


6 


458 




1763 6:314 


1763— 6 : 317 


1763 


6 


319 




1763 6 : 322 


1763 6 : 332 


1763 


6 


333 




1763— 6:334 


1763— 6:340 


1763 


6 


341 




1763 6 : 342 


1763— 6:345 


1763 


6 


351 




1763— 6 : 352 


1763— 6 : 353 


1763 


6 


462 




1764— 6 : 402 


1764— 6 : 406 


1764 


6 


407 




1764— 6 : 409 


1764— 6:412 


1764 


6 


413 




1764— 6 : 414 


1764— 6 : 415 


1764 


6 


419 




1764— 6:421 


1764— 6 : 464 


1765 


6 


443 


claim 


• • ■ • 


1745— 3 : 231 


1755 


4 


495 






1755— 4:501 


1755 


4 


515 


petitioner, etc. . 


• • • • 


. 


1745 


3 


290 






1748— 4 : 72 


1748 


4 


73 




1748 4: 75 


1748— 4: 82 


1748 


4 


85 




1754— 4 : 397 


1754^ 4 : 407 


1754 


4 


453 




1754— 4:454 


1754— 4 : 458 


1754 


4 


463 




1758— 5 : 394 


1758— 5 : 396 


1762 


6 


270 




1762— 6 : 272 


1762— 6 : 294 


1762 


6 


295 


muster-roll, etc. 


• • • • 


■ ■ • 


1745 


3 


238 




1745— 3 : 297 


1746 3 : 325 


1754 


4 


484 




1755 — 5 : 45 


1756 — 5 : 75 


1756 


5 


113 




1756 5:114 


1756— 5:118 


1756 


5 


119 




1756— 5 : 120 


1756— 5 : 121 


1756 


5 


123 




1756— 5 : 124 


1756— 5 : 125 


1756 


5 


127 




1756— 5 : 128 


1756— 5 : 130 


1756 


5 


133 




1756— 5 : 141 


1756— 5 : 146 


1757 


5 


215 




1757— 5 : 251 


1757— 5:306 


1758 


5 


335 


rebuked for counterfeitino; sio:nature 


• • • 


1762 


6 


274 


BLANCHARD, Reuecca 












to appear, etc. . 


'l761— 6:186 


1761— 6:200 


1766 


7 


55 


BLANKETS : 












for soldiers 


■ ■ • a 


1755 4 : 526 


1755 


4 


534 




1756 5 : 123 


1757— 5 : 205 


1757 


5 


238 




1758— 5 : 364 


1758— 5 : 366 


1758 


5 


377 




1758— 5 : 378 


1759— 5 : 498 


1760 


6 


74 




1760 6: 90 


1762— 6 : 254 


1762 


6 


302 



48 



Index to Journals of Housk of Uffkesentatives, 



HLASTKK, JuSErn: 

kilk'il on schooner ...... 

1W,.\Y, KiTii: 

trial, .-tc. . . ITG'J— 7:295 17G'J— 7: 
BIAJC'K-llorsK (set (tl.s(i Fori titid Wbiipisiokc Luke) 

at Winijjisiokc ponil ..... 

1722— 1:345 1722— 1: 
1722— 1 ::i52 1712— 2: 
BLODGETT, Samuel: 

excise farmer ....... 

to aj)i)oar ........ 

BLOODY I'oiNT [Newington] : 

petitiiin ........ 

BLUNT, Ui:v. JoiiN: 

petition 



;52i 



347 
(i:35 



1740- 
1742— 
1742— 



2: 
2: 
3: 



550 
G32 

31 



1740— 
1742— 
1742— 



551 

G34 

32 



BLUNT, Cai't. Jonathan: 

account ..... 
BLUNT, Mks. Sau.vh : 

wife of chaplain to fort William anil Mary 

17(;3 
BO.MJD {see Council, Ordnance, and Trade). 
BO.\KI >ING (see also Enlerlaininy) : 

soldiers, etc 

BOARDMAN, Stephen : 

member ..... 

1774— 8:202 
1774— 8:212 
BOARDS (see also Lumber) : 

duty on 



1758— 5 : 369 



6 : 344 



1748— 4: G8 



1774— 
1774— 
1774— 



1721 — 
1721 — 



184 
203 
213 

281 
286 



tax paid in ... . 

admcasin-enunit 

white pine, tax nite 1752 — 4 : 251 
1V5G— 5: 13G 
1758— 5:388 
17(;i— 6:213 
17G4— 6 : 39r. 
BOATS (see also Barges and Bateaux) : 

canoes and tloats, shooting from 

spy, to he kept cruisinp: . . . . 

of fort ^Villiam and Mary and governor 

171 



175 
1757 
1759 
17G2 
171 15 



4: 
5 : 
G: 
G: 
7 : 



445 

277 

2 

265 

29 



1747— 
17G2— 

1771— 



liONDS (see also Extent) 
excise 



1742— 3 

1755— 4: 

1756— 5: 

1 757 — 5 : 
1759— 5; 
17G1— 6: 
1762— 6; 
1770— 8: 

of public money holders . 



512 
266 
291 
110 



45 
492 

68 
307 
492 
153 
295 

41 



1747— 
HG;")— 
1770— 
1772— 



1752— 

1755— 

1756— 

175 

1759 



1761- (; 
176;3— 6 
1773— 8 



222 

518 

30 

13 

126 



:236 

; 541 

134 

382 

; 32 

221 
380 
151 



YEAR. 



1716— 1 : 182 



1745 

1770 

1722 
1722 
1744 

1770 
1772 

1714 

1740 
1742 
1742 
1743 

1760 
1763 

1756 

1774 
1774 
1775 

1721 
1721 
1722 
1752 
1755 
1758 
1760 
1763 
1766 

1711 
1711 
1715 
1747 
1759 
1768 
1771 
1772 

1742 
1753 
1755 
1757 
1758 
17G0 
17G2 
1 7G5 
1773 
1715 
1717 



VOL. 



3 

8 

1 
1 
3 

8 
8 



2 
2 
2 
3 



8 
8 
8 

1 
1 
1 
4 
4 
5 
6 
6 
7 

1 
1 
1 
3 
6 
7 
8 
8 

3 
4 

4 
5 
6 

6 
6 

7 
8 
1 
1 



PAGE. 

290 

17 

344 

350 

84 

41 
121 

80 

549 

G31 

635 

74 

61 
345 

97 

187 
204 
218 

284 
3(J5 
350 
266 
548 
385 
105 
338 
85 

5 
22 

115 

451 
10 

238 
89 

127 

32 

326 
573 
214 
421 
100 
291 
15 
154 
103 
193 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



49 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


BO^DS, — (co7itmued) : 














of public money holders 














1717— 


1:200 


1717— 


1:201 


1718 


1 


212 


1718— 


1:230 


1720 


1:244 


1720 


1 


247 


1720 


1:249 


1720— 


1:261 


1721 


1 


288 


1722— 


1:356 


1722— 


1 : 363 


1723 


1 


393 


1723 


1:395 


1726— 


2: 66 


1727 


2 


93 


1727— 


2: 97 


1727— 


2: 98 


1727 


2 


105 


1727— 


2:106 


1728 


2:142 


1729 


2 


154 


1729 


2: 155 


1729 


2:170 


1732 


2 


372 


1732— 


2:373 


1733— 


2:384 


1733 


2 


387 


1733 


2 : 388 


1733 


2:389 


1733 


2 


392 


1734— 


2:405 


1734— 


2:407 


1734 


2 


411 


1734— 


2:414 


1734— 


2:418 


1734 


2 


426 


1735— 


2 : 443 


1736— 


2 : 459 


1737 


2 


478 


1737— 


2:483 


1737— 


2:488 


1737 


2 


489 


1740 


2:562 


1742— 


2:633 


1742 


2 


634 


of recorders (which see) . 














of enlisting officers, etc. . 


, , 


1756— 


5:116 


1756 


5 


149 


1760— 


6:103 


1760 


6:117 


1761 


6 


194 


BONNER, Patrick : 














petition .... 


. 


1770— 


7 : 339 


1770 


8 


1 


BOOK Debts : 














recovery of [" quieting of 


credit ''] 


, 


, 


1715 


1 


138 






1716— 


1:143 


1727 


2 


94 


BOOK-CASE : 














allowance for . 


, , 


1755— 


4:572 


1763 


6 


353 


BOOKS : 














for public offices 


. 


. 


. 


1744 


3 


81 


1746— 


3:391 


1747— 


4: 14 


1747 


4 


26 


1753— 


4:351 


1755 — 


4:498 


1756 


5 


188 


1757— 


5 : 215 


1757— 


5:272 


1758 


5 


393 


175S— 


5 : 407 


1760— 


6:113 


1761 


6 


140 


1761— 


6:225 


1762— 


6:270 


1762 


6 


297 


1763— 6 : 315 


1763 


6:337 


1763 


6 


377 


1763 


6:382 


1765— 


6:466 


1766 


7 


66 


1766— 


7: 96 


1767— 


7:116 


1767 


7 


153 


1708 


7:239 


1770— 


8: 12 


1771 


8 


92 


gift of, from governor 


. 


. 


. 


1757 


5 


215 


BOOM : 














in Salmon Falls river 


, , 


« 


. 


1760 


6 


80 


BOON Island : 














signal of disti-ess upon 


• 


. 


« . 


1754 


4 


416 






1754— 


4:417 


1754 


4 


424 


BORDERERS (see also Line) : 














of pi'ovince line regulated 


• • 


a 


. 


1734 


2 


399 


BOSCAWEN : 














selectmen's account 


, 


, 


, , 


1761 


6 


215 


proprietors' land sold 


. . 


, 


. 


1767 




151 






1768 


7 : 192 


1768 


7 


209 


inventory . . 1767 — 


7:160 


1768— 


7 : 218 


1773 


8 


158 


highway from, to Charlestown 


1768— 


7:279 


1769 


7 


289 


1769— 


7:297 


1770— 


7:341 


1772 


8 


124 


BOSTON : 














arrival of squadron at 


, 


. 


, 


1711 


1 


20 


printing laws in 


, 


, 


, 


1716 


1 


153 


conference, reception, etc.. 


at . 


1722— 


1 : 349 


1722 


1 


352 


1725— 


2: 21 


1725— 


2: 23 


1726 


2 


46 


1728— 


2: 118 


1728— 


2:119 


1728 


2 


130 


1730— 


2 : 174 


1731— 


2:344 


1742 


2 


639 


1755 


4:536 


1756— 


6:104 


1756 


5 


105 



50 



Index to Journals oi* House of Kepresentatives, 





1 

VEAU. 1 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


noSTC^X, — (continurd) : 










CO I lie re nee, reeeption, etc., at 










1756 — 5: 1(17 1757 — 


5 : 226 


1758 


5 


314 


distcmiier in 


• 


1730 


2 


173 


ilisunhT in 


, 


1717 


■t 


24 


sufl'erefs Ijy lire in, government charity for 










1761 >— 


6: 96 


1760 


6 


98 


counterfeiters detected at . 1738 — 


2 : 540 


1742 


2 


630 


bills of credit printed at .... 


. 


1745 


3 


222 


1745— 


3 : 235 


1745 


3 


243 


1745— 3:247 1745— 


3 : 283 


1746 


3 


365 


express to 1 745 — 


3 : 168 


1746 


3 


333 


1717- 


3 : 445 


1747 


4 


25 


Frencli prisoners sent to . 


, 


1747 


3 


503 


French Ihig of truce at . 


. 


1747 


3 


517 


commissioner from .... 1730 — 


2 : 322 


1730 


2 


323 


journey to 


. 


1742 


2 


647 


1745 - 3:222 1746— 


3 : 444 


1754 


4 


418 


1756— 5 : 140 1770— 


7:340 


1770 


7 


842 


1770_ 7 : 347 1770— 


8: 14 


1770 


8 


33 


petitioner from 


. 


1721 


1 


270 


17C,1_ G:14(l 1761— 


6:166 


1761 


6 


186 


1761— 6:200 1762— 


6 : 303 


1763 


6 


378 


governor's affairs at 


. 


1717 


1 


208 


administrators in .... . 


, , 


1718 


1 


212 


payment made in ... . 1718 — 


] :217 


1757 


5 


270 


act, for seal J) money .... 


. 


1722 


1 


346 


postmaster 


a 


1728 


2 


142 


newspapers 1762 — 


6:272 


1762 


6 


273 


1763 6:316 176:3— 


6:379 


1765 


7 


42 


BOSTON Gazette: 










newsi^aper ...... 


. 


1767 


7 


152 


BOSTWICK, Henry ani> Wilt.iam : 










petition ...... 1764 — 


6 : 392 


1764 


6 


397 


BOUNDARY (see also Atlantic, Bounds, and Commis- 








sioners) : 










southern, Hazen's plan of . . . 


, 


1745 


3 


241 


with New York .... 1765 — 


7 : 5 


1765 


7 


30 


province, on northeast . . . 1769 — 


7:324 


1769 


7 


332 


BOUNDS [ok Boundaiues] (see also Lines) : 










ijrovince 


• • 


1711 


1 


4 


1731— 2:337 1731— 


2 : 349 


1736 


2 


466 


1737— 2:495 1737— 


2 : 496 


1742 


2 


619 


town or parish perambulated (see also Lot-Layers) . 


1715 


1 


135 


1715— 1:136 1715— 


1 : 137 


1715 


1 


138 


1716— 1:185 1718— 


I : 230 


1719 


1 


240 


BOUNTY (see also Advance Pay, Gratuity, Mi 


sappli- 








cation, arid Scalps) : 










for slaying Indians 1711—1: 6 1723— 


1:387 


1723 


1 


388 


for killing or captivating Indians . 1745 — 


3 : 266 


1745 


3 


270 


1745— 3:275 174(;— 


3 : 325 


1747 


3 


469 


to officers and soldiers .... 


. 


1711 


1 


18 


1742— 


3: 31 


1745 


3 


155 


1745 3:273 1745— 


3 : 275 


1746 


3 


363 


1746— 3:388 1746— 


3:440 


1747 


3 


474 


1747— 3:491 1747-* 


4: 20 


1754 


4 


458 


175.5— 5: 24 1756— 


5 : 122 


1756 


5 


167 


1757— 5 : 205 1757— 


5 : 23H 


1757 


5 


239 


17.0f<_ 5 : 338 1758— 


5 : 357 


1758 


5 


364 


1758— 5 : 366 1758— 


5:371 


1758 


5 


447 


1758— 5 : 455 1759— 


6:487 


1760 


6 


63 



Pkovince of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



51 



BOUNTY, — (continued) : 

to officers and soldiers 

1760— 6 
1760— 6 

1760— 6: 

1761— 6; 

1762— 6: 
1762— 6 
1762— 6 

on wolves 

1718— 1 
1735— 2: 
1745— 3 
1764— 6; 

on hemp and flax 

1735— 2 : 
1735— 2: 
1735— 2: 

for catching codfish, etc. . 

BOURS, Peter [Bowers ?] : 

letter . . 1755 — 5 : 
BOW: 

difficulties and hardships in 
inventory .... 

1760— 6; 
1767— 7 : 
town meeting called 1753 — 4: 
taxes, arrearages, etc. 

1755 — 5 : 

1756— 5 : 

1764— 6: 

1765— 6: 
1765— 7 : 

petition .... 

1754— 4: 
petitioner from 
selectmen, etc., to ajjpear 



58 

75 

94 

195 

254 
288 
302 

220 
449 
241 
392 

438 
447 
452 



14 



86 
160 
361 



: 30 

: 95 

:412 

442 

12 

466 



1760— 
1760— 
1760— 
1761— 
1762— 
1762— 
1762— 

1726— 
1737— 
1753— 
1764— 
1730— 
1735— 
1735— 
1735— 

1763— 

1755 — 



6: 72 
6: 76 
6: 96 
6:219 
6:264 
6:293 
6:304 



2 

2; 

4; 

6: 

2: 



1761- 

1768- 
1755- 

1755- 
1756- 
1764- 
1765- 
1765- 
1766- 
1754- 
1757- 



first division of lots in, made void 

Pembroke incorporated from . 
proprietors regulated 

certain inhabitants of New Hopkinton 

relieved 

annexing part of, to New Hopkinton 
part of Hopkinton taken ofl:" from, 

certain tax 

incorporating Concord from . 

1765— 6:441 

1765— 6:448 

1765— 7 : 7 

1765— 7: 41 

case. Colonel Mai'ch concei'ned in 

excise purchased .... 

BOWEN, Peter : 

lost an eye in sei'vice 
B0WI:N, William : 

apprehending 



31 
486 
346 
394 
321 
2:442 
2:449 
2:455 

6 : 348 

5: 15 



6 : 122 
7:219 
4 : 518 

4:501 
5: 92 
6 : 395 
6:433 
6:443 
7: 86 
4:401 
5:206 



1764— 6 : 414 

1757— 5 : 249 

1758— 5:331 

1759— 6: 30 
1762— 6:282 

1762— 6:284 
claiming by, 

1763— 6 : 346 

1765— 6 : 432 
exempt from 



1765— 
1765— 
1765— 
1765— 
1765— 



435 

442 

4 

43 



1755— 4 : 497 



TEAK. 


VOL. 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1763 


6 


1716 


1 


1732 


2 


1745 


3 


1764 


6 


1771 


8 


1730 


2 


1735 


2 


1735 


2 


1737 


2 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1757 


5 


1733 


2 


1753 


4 


1761 


6 


1773 


8 


1755 


4 


1754 


4 


1755 


5 


1756 


5 


1764 


6 


1765 


6 


1765 


6 


1767 


7 


1754 


4 


1757 


5 


1761 


6 


1758 


5 


1765 


6 


1757 


6 


1758 


5 


1759 


6 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1763 


6 


1765 


6 


1768 


7 


1765 


6 


1765 


() 


1765 


7 


1 765 


7 


1765 


7 


1765 


6 


1774 


8 


1770 


8 


1765 


4 



PAGE. 



74 

90 
124 
223 
276 
301 
362 
169 
370 
tl59 
390 

68 
329 
446 
451 
486 
347 
354 

306 

384 
294 
214 
156 
549 
436 
12 
94 
411 
441 
467 
142 
422 
210 
200 
321 
434 
252 
336 
32 
283 
292 

361 
433 

214 

436 

443 

6 

34 

44 

469 

169 

53 

498 



52 



Index to Journals of House of "Representatives, 





YKAU. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


r.OWEX AM) Mokkill: 












taking ...... 


, 


, , 


1754 


4 


421 


BOX (w( also Keys) : 












strong, iron, for custody of province 


bills, etc. 


1742 


2 


653 




1745— 


3 : 153 


1745 


3 


283 


1745— 3:2S4 


1746— 


3 : :506 


1746 


3 


319 


1740— 3:;527 


1746— 


3 : 341 


1746 


3 


866 


1747— 3 : 353 


1747— 


3 : 527 


1753 


4 


337 


1755— 4:512 


175,5— 


4 : 518 


1755 


5 


22 


1755 — 5 : 57 


1755 — 


5: 59 


1755 


5 


62 


1756— 5: 67 


1756— 


5: 90 


1756 


5 


91 


17.56— 5:116 


1756— 


5 : 156 


1757 


5 


231 


1757— 5:275 


1757 — 


5 : 301 


1758 


6 


325 


17;3y_ 5 : 326 


1760— 


6:115 


1761 


6 


194 


1762— 6:290 


1763— 


6:336 


1763 


6 


359 


1764— (! : 425 


1765— 


6:466 


1765 


6 


468 


1765 7: 49 


1766— 


7: 90 


1766 


7 


107 


1767— 7:118 


1768— 


7 : 1.S6 


1768 


7 


201 


17G8— 7 : 244 


1768— 


7 : 249 


1768 


7 


272 


1768— 7 : 278 


1770— 


7:340 


1770 


7 


343 


1770— 7 : 344 


1770— 


8: 1 


1770 


8 


5 


1771— 8: 81 


1771— 


H: 92 


1771 


8 


93 


1771— 8:109 


1772— 


8:122 


1773 


8 


139 


BOYCE, JosiCPH : 












lands of, highway through 


, 


, 


' 1760 


6 


40 




1760— 


6:197 


1761 


6 


138 


BOYCE, Rohert: 












member 


, 


, , 


1734 


2 


397 


1734— 2:422 


1735— 


2 : 433 


1737 


2 


476 


1737— 2:491 


1737— 


2:511 


1738 


2 


530 


1739 2 : 542 


1740— 


2:547 


1740 


2 


549 


petition 


, 


. 


1736 


2 


458 


1736— 2:459 


17;}7— 


2 : 488 


1742 


2 


639 


1757— 5:308 


175.S— 


5 : 327 


1758 


5 


336 


1758— 5:337 


1761— 


6:140 


1761 


6 


141 


1761— 6:142 


1761— 


6:147 


1765 


7 


40 


V. Coburn, John 175.8— 5 : 339 


1758— 


5:342 


1758 


5 


345 


1761— 6 : 150 


1761— 


6:151 


17(il 


6 


224 


BOYD, Aktiilk: 












arms delivered to ... . 


, 


, 


1757 


5 


228 


petition ...... 


1759— 


5 : 483 


1759 


6 


491 




1759— 


5 : 496 


1759 


5 


497 


BOYD, Jamks: 












attorne}' of selectmen of Iloldeii, M: 


iss. 




1761 


6 


144 


BOYD, John: 












umlcr C:i})t;iin Gollc .... 


. 


, , 


1754 


4 


434 


BUYNTUX, iMo.si:s: 












petition 


1756— 


5 : 120 


1756 


5 


133 


1756— 5 : 189 


1758 


5 : 320 


1758 


5 


396 


BRACKENUIDGE, James: 












petition 


. 


, , 


1772 


8 


1 


1772— 8:120 


1772— 


8:121 


1772 


8 


130 


1773— 8 : 138 


1774— 


8: 170 


1774 


8 


182 


BRACKET. Iciiabod: 












n-tition . . 1764— 6:392 


1764— 


(•) : 394 


1764 


6 


407 


BRAC vET, Capt. John: 












orders carried to ... . 


, 




1747 


3 


518 


BRADFOIID. Matiiew: 












petition 


1734— 


2 : 424 


17.34 


2 


427 


BRADLEY, Jonathan and Samiei. : 












widows of, allowance to . 




. 


1747 


4 


18 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



53 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


BRAINARD, Daniel: 










to appear 


. 1771— 8: 62 


1771 


8 


78 


BRAINTREE, Mass. : 










resident of, to sell certain lands in 


New Hami^shire 


1764 


6 


409 


BRANDY (see also Excise) : 










excise on .... 


• • • • 


1760 


6 


48 


BRANSCOMB, Capt. William: 










portledge bill .... 


■ • • • 


1745 


3 


241 


BREAD : 










for soldiers .... 


. 1746— 3 : 378 


1746 


o 


411 


1746 3:416 


1748 4: 69 


1748 


4 


92 


1748 4: 95 


1748— 4: 96 


1755 


5 


18 


1755— 5: 20 


1756— 5 : 117 


1757 


5 


301 


1758— 5 : 395 


1759— 6 : 12 


1760 


6 


105 


scarcity of, in prospect 


. 


1746 


3 


424 


size, weight, etc., regulated 


• • 


1763 


6 


347 


1764— 6 : 423 


1766— 7: 61 


1766 


7 


65 


1769— 7 : 306 


1769— 7 : 316 


1770 


8 


48 


high price of, deprecated . 


■ • • • 


1771 


8 


111 


BREED, Nathaniel : 










account ..... 


• • • • 


1773 


8 


154 


BRENTWOOD : 










established from Exeter . 


• • • ■ 


1742 


2 


653 


petition 


• • • . 


1742 


3 


30 


1742— 3: 31 


1742— 3: 37 


1742 


3 


38 


1743 3: 49 


1743 3: 50 


1743 


3 


64 


1743— 3: 69 


1743 3: 70 


1743 


3 


72 


1743 3: 73 


1743— 3: 74 


1743 


3 


75 


petitioner from 


. 1763 6:378 


1765 


7 


23 




1765— 7: 26 


1765 


7 


29 


selectmen to appear . 


. 1754— 4:485 


1755 


4 


532 


1763— 6:357 


1763— 6:361 


1769 


7 


284 


Wilson and others set off from 


. 1742— 3: 34 


1742 


3 


35 


constables enabled . 


• • • • 


1744 


3 


106 


representative, sending . 


• • . . 


1745 


3 


119 


volunteers from 


■ 


1746 


3 


404 


classed for excise 


. 1752— 4 : 238 


1755 


4 


510 


inventory . . 1753— 4 : 293 


1760— 6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 7 : 161 


1768— 7:219 


1773 


8 


156 


small-pox in ... . 


. 1761— 6 : 136 


1762 


6 


283 




1762— 6:310 


1763 


6 


325 


Quakers exempted from tax 


• > . . 


1761 


6 


136 




1762— 6 : 274 


17(i2 


6 


283 


1763 6:319 


1767— 7 : 120 


1769 


7 


309 


YiBw parish, Poj^lin, set off from 


• • . . 


1764 


6 


414 




1764— 6:419 


1764 


6 


420 


BREWING: 










strong beer .... 


• • • . 


1766 


7 


102 




1766— 7 : 104 


1766 


7 


108 


BREWSTER, Daniel: 










account 


. 1771— 8 : 108 


1772 


8 


117 


BREWSTER, Joshua : 










to a )pear ..... 


• • • . 


1770 


8 


42 


BREWSTER, Richard : 










petition ..... 


. 1746— 3 : 440 


1747 


4 


23 


BREWSTER, Samuel : 










member 


. 


1768 


7 


350 


1769— 7 : 304 


1769— 7:352 


1770 


7 


354 


1770— 8: Ip 


1770 8: 2 


1770 


8 


9 


1770— 8: 11 


1770— 8: 19 


1771 


8 


p2 


1771— 8:105 


1772— 8:115 


1772 


8 


128 



54 



Index to JoLiiisALs of House of Representatives, 



BREWER, Samuel, — (continued) : 

iiu-niber . . 1773 — 8 : 144 
J51!IA NT («r Dn/uHl). 
BlilAKl), AmuAiL: 

petition ..... 
BRICK, DiJ. Samuel: 

account ..... 
BRICKS : 

assizin^ . . 1700— 6: 61 
BRIDKWlOi.L (see also Oaol and l'riso7i) 

in rortsiiiuuth, buikling a 
BRIDGKU, JuiiN: 

H. M. sui'veyor of woods . 
BRIDGES : 

to and from Coos 

Dover ..... 



1774— 8 : 164 



1742— 2 



1760- 6 



639 
63 



1760— 6: 71 



1723— 1: 
1760— 6: 
1760— 6: 

1771— 8: 

1772— 8; 
from Durham to Canterbiuy 



411 
35 
84 
58 

123 



345 



1756— 
1760— 
1770— 
1771— 



1772— 8 



1746— 3 

over Exeter river (sec Newmarket, below) 
over Nasluia river 



1746— 

1746— 



Newcastle 



Newmarket 



1714— 
1757 — 
1760— 



90 

281 

79 



1746— 3:434 

1747— 3 : 467 
1747— 3 : 488 
1756— 5: 89 
17G0— 6 : 36 
1766— 7 : 77 
1768— 7 : 205 

uvci' Powow river in South Hampton 
RUJ'riSII (sec also Emjlaud, Grait Britain, Ministry, 
UvjIUs, Shijjping, arid Trade) : 

arms, success of . 

empire, benefit of 

cstal)li.shnicnt, men on 
manufacture .... 



1719— 
1760— 
1760— 
1746- 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1756— 
1760— 
1768— 
1770— 



172 
76 
41 
69 

127 

327 
434 



237 

36 

83 

482 

446 

469 

493 

92 

83 

199 

7 



1733— 2:378 



BROCAS, Thomas : 

estate ...... 

BROOKS. : 

battery ...... 

BROOKS, Ki>WAi;i>: 

chiim ...... 

BROWN, Al'.KL: 

pctititiu ...... 

BROWN, Rev. Aktiiur: 

council cha2)lain .... 

1767— 7 : 120 

1709- 7:299 

1771— 8: 92 

BROWN, Catiieiune [alias Sakgent] : 

relift of Samuel Brown, land divided 
BROWN. Kiienezeu: 

r. March, Stephen . 



1768— 7 
1769— <F 
1772— 8: 



287 
305 
122 



1755— 4:570 



YEAK. 


VOL. 


1774 


8 


1742 


2 


1761 


6 


1760 


6 


1711 


1 


1717 


1 


1752 


4 


1723 


1 


1756 


5 


1760 


6 


1771 


8 


1771 


8 1 


1772 


8 


1744 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1773 


8 


1757 


6 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


3 


1756 


6 


1759 


6 


1766 


7 


1768 


7 


1772 


8 


1746 


3 


1761 


6 


1711 


1 


1746 


3 


1733 


2 


1761 


6 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1770 


8 


1767 


7 


1769 


1 


1770 


H 


1773 


8 


174.'. 


3 1 


1756 


5 



PAGE. 



172 

641 
216 

88 
2 

210 

272 

394 

173 

79 

57 

90 

128 

80 

338 

435 

138 

241 

77 

84 

433 

467 

486 

84 

32 

57 

202 

129 

323 

183 

20 

873 

380 

200 

308 

406 

46 

119 

297 

17 

152 

295 

73 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



55 



P'ROWN, Ebexezeu, — (continued) 
V. March, Stejihen . 

1756— 5 ; 
BROWN, Edmund : 

under-prison-keeper 

B OWN, Elisha : 

petition .... 
BROWN, EzEKiEL : 

petition .... 

BROWN, Hugh: 

to ai)pear .... 
BROWN, Isaac : 

claim .... 

BROWN, James : 

scout,' .... 

BROWN, John : 

innbolder .... 
BROWN, John and Elijah : 

petition .... 
BROWN, Luke : 

account .... 
BROWN, Mr., & Co.: 

petition .... 
BROWN, Mrs. Mary: 

petition .... 
BROWN, Samuel : 

petition . . . . 
BROWN, Stephen, Jr. : 

petition .... 
BROWN, Theophilus: 

sick soldier 
BRYANT, John : 

petition .... 
BRYANT, Mathew : 

soldier, had small-T)ox 
BRYANT, Samuel : 

deserter .... 
BRYANT, Sarah : 

petition .... 
BRYANT, Walter: 

to appear .... 

petition .... 

surveys province line 
BUCKSTREET : 

inhabitants to appear 

Pembroke, incorporated from 
BUEL, Aaron : 

account .... 
BULLETS (see also Ball and Lead) : 

supplies of . . , 

1747— 3 : 

baj^s for .... 
BUNKER, John : 

petition .... 
BURGESS, Col. Eliseus: 

governor-elect . 

BURGESS, Mart : 

broke jail .... 



158 



52G 



1756— 5 : 116 
1756— 5 : 182 

1754— 4 : 409 
1754— 4:459 

1770— 8: 9 

1756— 5 : 172 
1756— 5 : 178 



1755— 4:540 



1768— 7 : 263 
1763— 6:341 

1761— 6 : 139 
1765— 6 : 448 

1759— 6 : 30 

1773— 8 : 149 

1747— 3:473 
1755 — 5 : 19 



1715— 1: 123 



TEAK. 
1756 

1756 

1754 
1754 

1771 

1756 
1763 

1753 

1769 

1745 

1737 

1761 

1761 

1720 

1755 

1770 

1759 

1763 

1768 

1763 

1761 

1761 

1759 
1770 
1769 

1758 
1759 

1773 

1747 
1755 
1758 

1758 

1715 
1716 

1772 



VOL. 



O 

5 



4 
4 



5 
6 

4 

7 

3 

2 

6 

6 

1 

4 

8 

6 

6 

7 

6 

6 

6 

5 
8 
7 

5 
6 



3 
5 
5 



PAGE. 
118 

184 

437 

478 

65 

173 
348 

294 

295 

255 

499 

128 

210 

260 

573 

14 

11 

371 

271 

342 

199 

219 

460 

6 

324 

321 
32 

154 

521 

34 

371 

358 

120 
162 

121 



56 



InDKX to Jol'RNAI.S OF IIoUSK OF K Kl'RKSENTATlVES, 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


lilKlAl- (iiAK.iKS: 












of soldiers .... 


1717— 


3 : 460 


1756 


5 


76 


]irKI.\I,.S (.ST, Ih,tlhs). 












lu i;ij;i(;ii, anoukw : 












iiisaiiu, ,J:u'(j1) iippointeil lii.s <ju:inli:iii 


. 


1771 


8 


193 


BUKM:I(JII, ,I(.iin: 












mc'iiiljer ..... 


I7n.-,— 


7: (i 


1765 


7 


50 


17(;,-,_ 7: I7(; 


17C.6— 


7: 82 


1766 


7 


178 


1767— 7: 121 


1767 — 


7:157 


1767 


7 


182 


17G8— 7:249 


176S— 


7 : 250 


1768 


7 


350 


17(;9— 7 : 30-1 


1769— 


7:305 


1769 


7 


310 


17)19- 7 : 316 


1769- 


7 : 352 


1770 


7 


354 


1770— 7 : 359 


1770 


8: Ip 


1770 


8 


6 


1770 8: 8 


1770— 


8: 45 


1771 


8 


p2 


1771— 8: 89 


1771— 


8: 94 


1771 


8 


101 


BUUNA:\I, Jonathan: 












iiiiilioKler, ll:iniptuii F;ill.s 


, , 


. 


1770 


8 


4 


BLKNET, Bishop: 












"liistoiy of liis own times" 


, , 


. 


1728 


2 


123 


BURNET, Whj.iam: 












governor 




, 


1727 


2 


90 




1727— 


2: 96 


1728 


2 


118 


1728— 2:119 


1728— 


2:130 


1728 


2 


143 


1729— 2 : 153 


1729— 


2:154 


1729 


2 


170 


BURNS, John: 












petition 


1761— 


6:139 


1761 


6 


141 


BrUlIorGHS, George {see Barrett). 












BriJ'I'ON [Ai.HANv] : 












lii^i'lnvay through 


1769— 


7:291 


1770 


7 


341 


BUSH, John: 












master of schooner Flying Fish 


. 


. 


1745 


3 


273 


BUSINESS: 












deranged by small-pox 


. 


^ ^ 


1761 


6 


182 


BUSS. John : 












Dover to jjay annuity to . 


, 


. 


1718 


1 


225 


BUSS, JoSRPn : 












estate, admini.-^tratrix to appear 




, , 


1762 


6 


281 


BUSS, Joseph, «.V: Co. : 












account ..... 






1746 


3 


441 


BLT'SS, Joseph, Jr. : 












account 


• 


. 


1755 


4 


572 


BUSSELL. IcilABOD : 












j)ctition ..... 


1773 


8 : 136 


1773 


8 


137 


BUSSELL, Mr. : 












returned " deserter " . 


, 


. 


1762 


6 


274 


BUSWELL. Joseph : 












under Capt. Samuel (ierrisli 


, 


. 


1763 


6 


330 


BUTLER, Benjamin: , 

excise farmer .... 












1772— 


8 : 125 


1774 


8 


169 


BUTLER, Jacob, Jr. : 












member ..... 




. 


1775 


8 


218 


BUTLER, Jo.sEPii: 












petition 


, 


, 


1745 


3 


300 




1754— 


4 : 408 


1754 


4 


411 


1754— 4 : 432 


1754— 


4 : 435 


1754 


4 


440 


BUTTER : 




* 








for soldiers 


1746— 


3:416 


1756 


5 


117 


BUTTERFIELl), Ephraim : 












account 


, 


. 


1761 


6 


207 


BUTTERFIELl), Robert : 












suit with James and Samuel Gregg . 


. 




1745 


3 


295 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



57 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


CALDWELL, James: 










petition ...... 


• 


1763 


6 


360 


CALEF, John : 










member 


• • ■ 


1775 


8 


218 


CALL, PrnLiP : 










petition 


. 


1754 


4 


431 


CALLY, Richard: 










account ...... 


■ 


1744 


3 


92 


CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (see also Harvard College) : 








expenses at .... . 


. 


1722 


1 


317 


CAMDEN [Washington] : 










inventory 


• • . 


1773 


8 


159 


CA]\IPAIGN (see Expedition). 










CAMPBELL, Annas : 










petition ...... 


1766 7: 94 


1767 


7 


138 


CAMPBELL, Capt. James : 










muster-roll . 1752— 4 : 278 


1753 4 : 318 


1753 


4 


319 


CAMPBELL, SAaruEL : 










petition 


1747— 4: 29 


1747 


4 


30 




1748— 4: 63 


1748 


4 


66 


CAMPBELL, Thomas : 










jjetition in behalf of . . . 


• * > 


1759 


5 


406 




1759— 5:476 


1759 


5 


478 


CAJ^IPTON : 










inventory ...... 


• • • 


1773 


8 


158 


CANAAN : 










inventory ...... 


• ■ • 


1773 


8 


160 


CANADA (see also Cartel and Transports) 










expedition ..... 


• > 


1711 


1 


9 


1711_ 1: 10 


1711— 1: 11 


1711 


1 


13 


1711— 1': 14 


1711— 1: 16 


1711 


1 


17 


1711— 1 : 18 


1711— 1: 20 


1711 


1 


31 


1724— 2: 5 


1724— 2 : 12* 


1725 


2 


18 


1727— 2: 85 


1730 2 : 331 


1745 


3 


269 


1746 3 : 357 


1746— 3:359 


1746 


3 


360 


1746 3 : 361 


1746— 3 : 362 


1746 


3 


363 


1746— 3 : 364 


1746— 3:365 


1746 


3 


372 


1746 3 : 873 


1746— 3 : 387 


1746 


3 


390 


1746— 3:391 


1746 3 : 394 


1746 


3 


409 


1746— 3 : 411 


1746— 3 : 413 


1746 


3 


414 


1746— 3 : 415 


1746— 3:417 


1746 


3 


419 


1746— 3:420 


1746— 3:421 


1746 


3 


424 


1746— 3 : 428 


1746— 3 : 436 


1746 


3 


437 


1746— 3 : 441 


1746 3 : 443 


1746 


3 


444 


1747— 3:445 


1747— 3 : 448 


1747 


3 


449 


1747— 3 : 474 


1747— 3 : 483 


1747 


3 


485 


1747— 3:486 


1747— 3 : 491 


1747 


3 


495 


1747— 3:500 


1747— 3 : 503 


1747 


3 


506 


1747— 3:507 


1747— 3 : 508 


1747 


3 


519 


1747— 3:522 


1747— 4: 14 


1747 


4 


20 


1747— 4 : 21 


1747— 4: 26 


1747 


4 


29 


1747— 4: 32 


1747— 4 : 34 


1747 


4 


38 


1747— 4: 44 


1747— 4: 47 


1747 


4 


50 


1747— 4: 58 


J748— 4: 70 


1748 


4 


72 


1748— 4: 77 


1748— 4 : 87 


1748 


4 


03 


1748 4: 95 


1752— 4 : 240 


1752 


4 


242 


1752— 4 : 246 


1752— 4 : 248 


1752 


4 


249 


1752— 4:250 


1752— 4:251 


1753 


4 


297 


1753— 4 : 302 


1753— 4 : 308 


1753 


4 


315 


1753— 4 : 320 


1753— 4:361 


1754 


4 


371 


1754— 4:456 


1754— 4:467 


1754 


4 


474 



58 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAIt. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


CANADA, — (ro7iiinucd) : 










expedition . 1754 — 4 : 483 


1765— 4 : 499 


1765 


4 


544 


1755— 5 : 2 


17o.>_ 5 : 12 


17.55 


5 


19 


1755— 5 : 27 


175.5— 6: 32 


1766 


5 


33 


1755— 5 : 35 


1756— 6 : 83 


1766 


6 


86 


175G— 5 : 108 


1768— 5 : 329 


1758 


5 


362 


1758— 5 : 363 


1758— 6 : 364 


1768 


6 


865 


1758— 5 : 367 


1758— 5 : 370 


1758 


5 


871 


1758— 5 : 378 


17.58— 5 : 383 


1758 


5 


893 


1758— 6:411 


1758— 6 : 416 


1758 


6 


443 


1758— 6:454 


17.59— 6 : 12 


1759 


6 


28 


1700- 6 : 71 


1760— 6: 74 


1760 


6 


88 


1760— 6: 90 


1760— 6 : 93 


1760 


6 


103 


17 GO— 6:118 


1761— 6 : 146 


1761 


6 


194 


1761— 6 : 225 


1762— 6:273 


1766 


6 


467 


prisoners 


1714— 1: 76 


1718 


1 


217 


1747— 3 : 501 


1747— 3 : 502 


1747 


3 


503 


1747— 3:517 


1751— 4 : 478 


1766 


5 


181 


1767— 5 : 302 


1758— 5 : 371 


1768 


6 


373 


1758— 6 : 416 


17.58— 5 : 424 


1769 


6 


17 


1760— 6: 66 


1760— 6 : 69 


1762 


6 


266 


emission, money, etc. 


• > • 


1763 


4 


361 




1756— 5 : 189 


1756 


5 


190 




1766— 6 : 191 


1766 


5 


193 


1756 6 : 194 


1757— 6 : 196 


1757 


6 


250 


1757— 5 : 268 


1757— 6 : 304 


1758 


6 


317 


1758— 5 : 318 


1758 6 : 332 


1758 


6 


836 


1758— 5 : 339 


1758— 6 : 341 


1768 


6 


851 


1758— 5 : 357 


1758— 6 : 3.59 


1768 


6 


865 


1758— 6 : 391 


1758— 6 : 401 


1768 


5 


408 


1758— 6:416 


17.59— 6 : 466 


17.59 


5 


481 


1759— 5 : 494 


17.59— 6 : 499 


1769 


6 


11 


1760— 6: 35 


1760— 6 : 41 


1760 


6 


43 


1760— 6: 46 


1760 6: 47 


1760 


6 


48 


1760— 6: 51 


1760 6: 52 


1760 


6 


60 


17 CO— 6: 61 


1760— 6 : 69 


1760 


6 


114 


1760 6 : 115 


1760 6 : 168 


1760 


6 


170 


1762— 6:295 


1762— 6 : 296 


1763 


G 


810 


1763— 6:358 


1763— 6 : 359 


1766 


6 


458 


1705- 6 : 466 


1765— 7 : 10 


1766 


7 


107 


1768— 7 : 186 


1768— 7:272 


1770 


7 


343 


CANARY Wine : 










duty on . . 1717— 1 : 194 


1721— 1 :281 


1721 


1 


283 


CANDIA: 










inventory. . 1767 — 7:161 


1768— 7:219 


1773 


8 


1.57 


petition ..... 


1774_ 8:190 


1774 


8 


194 


CANDJ J:S : 










for general assembly 


• 


1729 


2 


160 




1756— 5:160 


1767 


5 


282 


1760 6 : 109 


1761— 6 : 195 


1762 


6 


270 


for soldiers .... 


• • • ■ 


1746 


3 


416 


CANNADA (sec Kennedy). 










CANNEY, John: 










member [Qtiiiker] . 


. 1742— 2:610 


1742 


2 


611 


CANNON {sec also Arlilkrij and Gum) : 










for fort, expedition, etc. . 


. 174.5-* 3 : 127 


1746 


3 


156 


1716— 3 : .346 


1746 3 : .347 


1746 


3 


419 


1716— 3:438 


1746— 3:439 


1747 


3 


498 


1757— 6:236 


1767— 6 : 239 


1757 


6 


240 


CANOES (sec also Baals) : 










boats and floats, shooting out of 


. 


1711 


1 


6 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



59 



CANTERBURY ; 

petition 



1742- 
1756- 



2 : 638 
5:189 



petitioner from 
defence of 



1744— 3: 97 

1745— 3 : 276 

1746— 3:326 
1746— 3:381 
1746— 3:408 
1746— 3 : 431 
1748— 4: 67 

cart bridge over Suncook river, at 

way cleared from, to Durham, br 
near ..... 

roads and bridges from, to Coos 

inventory . . 1753 — 4 : 294 
1767— 7 : 160 

annexing gore of land to 

1761— 6 : 145 
1765— 6:453 
1765— 7 : 15 

selectmen''s account . 

selectmen to appear . 

proprietoi's to appear 

Loudon granted from 

records insi^ected 
CAPE Ann: 

boats cruising near . 
CAPE Bketon [alias Louisbukg] : 

illegal trade with, forbidden 



expedition 



1745— 3 : 199 

1745— 3 : 255 

1746— 3 : 407 
1752— 4:221 



. 1742— 2 : 630 

1744— 3: 80 
1756— 5 : 190 

. 1744— 3 : 107 

1745— 3:211 

1745— 3 : 290 

1746— 3 : 327 
1746— 3:384 

1746— 3 : 413 

1747— 3:462 

1748— 4 : 74 
1746— 3 : 327 

idge built in or 



1760— 6: 86 
1768— 7 : 219 

1761— 6 : 146 

1765— 7 : 4 
1765— 7: 34 

'. 1764— 6 : 406 

1770— 8 : 47 

'. 1774— 8 : 190 



1721— 1:267 
1755— 5 : 47 

1745— 3 : 253 

1745— 3 : 296 

1746— 3:411 
1752— 4:242 



1745— 3:266 



1746— 3 : 325 



1748— 4 ; 
1758— 5: 
1761— 6 : 



CAPE Cod: 

Indian ..... 
CAPE Sable: 

Indians, etc 

CAPTAIN : 

wages 

1745— 3 : 216 

1746— 3 : 387 
1757— 5 : 238 
1759— 6 : 4 

allowance to, for enlisting (see also Boiinty) 

1745— 3 
allowance to, for making wfj rolls . 
to lodge muster-rolls with the secretary . 

1757— 5 : 241 1760— 6 
to lodge copies of suj^plies given out with the 

treasurer 

to have attested copy of rolls before marching 
clerk of ........ . 

CAPTAIN-GENERAL (see also Oovernor) : 

enlistments by . 1745— 3 : 165 1745- 3 : 200 

1745— 3 : 254 1745— 3 : 257 

1746— 3 : 329 1746— 3 : 412 



77 
378 
193 

221 



75 



YEAK. 


VOL. 


1742 


2 


1744 


3 


1773 


8 


1760 


6 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1747 


4 


1748 


4 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1752 


4 


1761 


6 


1773 


8 


1761 


6 


1765 


6 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1761 


6 


1773 


8 


1764 


6 


1774 


8 


1773 


8 


1774 


8 


1711 


1 


1755 


5 


1756 


5 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1749 


4 


1752 


4 


1727 


2 


1746 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1756 


5 


1758 


5 


1762 


6 


1756 


5 


1758 


5 


1756 


5 


1762 


6 


1757 


5 


1761 


6 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 



PAGE. 



631 

81 
137 

71 
230 

324 
374 
387 
430 
21 
81 
338 

435 
272 
122 
156 
124 
452 
14 
35 
214 
134 
414 
167 
137 
195 

22 

46 
71 
128 
254 
308 
126 
274 

85 

422 

155 
384 
117 
395 
254 

127 
451 
123 
254 

207 
193 
247 

225 
320 
462 



60 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



CAFrAIN-GENERAL, — (continued) 



eiilisLuients by 



67 
313 
1« 



1755— 

1761»— 
1771— 



53 

295 
94 



1748— 4 
1758— 5 
1770— 8 

desired to recall first enlisted volunteers 
declares war against Penobscot Indians, etc. 

1745— 3:206 
Indian captives delivered to order of . . . 
to call in ollicers' accounts . . . . . 
CAPTAIN {Lieutenant to Colonel) : 

wa^es 

CAPTR'KS (sec also Negroes, Indians, and Prisoners) 



redemption, etc. 



CARD, EnwARr) 



1749— 
1755— 
1756— 
1759— 
1700— 



170 

488 

181 

4 

69 



1747— 
1754— 
1755 — 
1757 — 
1759— 
1761— 



governor 



1746— 3:333 



CARD, Thomas : 

invalid volunteer 
CAKDS {see also Ganiiny) : 

dice, pin-i)laying, and shuftle-board prohibited 



CARLTON, Jonathan : 

petition ...... 

member . . 1762— 6 : 256 

1702— : 204 

1703— : 402 
1705— : 443 
1705— 6 : 408 
1705— 7 : 28 
1705— 7 : 170 
1700— 7 : 06 
1700— 7 : 107 

1707— 7 : 127 
1767— 7 : 144 

1708— 7:191 
1708— 7:217 
1708— 7 : 350 
1770— 7 : 339 
1770— 8 : 1 

1770— 8: 2p 

1771— 8:105 

1773— 8:144 

1774— 8:170 
1774— 8 : 188 

CARLTON, iMosES : 

petition .... 
CARLTON, Tiieodoke: 

petition .... 
CAROLINA : 

sailor shipped in 
•CARPENTER, Hen.iamin : 

servant of William Gleden 
CARPENTER, Rev. Ezra : 

army chai)lain . 
CARPENTER, (Jreenwood : 

seeks divorce from .Saraii 



17U 

1750— 

1702— 

1702— 

1704— 

1705— 

1705— 

1705— 

1700— 

1700— 

1700— 

1707— 

1707— 

1708— 

1768— 

1769— 

1770— 

177<i— 

1771— 

1772— 

1774— 

177 

1774- 

1709- 



501 
481 
489 
302 
17 
134 



1: 217 



: 
0: 
6: 
0: 
0: 
7 : 
7 : 
7: 
7 : 
7 : 
7: 
7 : 
7 : 
7: 
7: 
7 : 
8: 
8: 
8: 
8: 
8: 
8: 



151 

257 

309 

421 

453 

7 

41 

52 

93 

108 

134 

147 

204 

234 

323 

354 



58 

115 

104 

172 

198 

323 



1771- 8: 



/ / 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1756 


6 


1709 


7 


1772 


8 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1747 


3 


1754 


4 


1755 


4 


1758 


5 


1700 


6 


1702 


6 


1740 


3 


1746 


3 


1721 


1 


1756 


5 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1764 


6 


1765 


6 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1766 


7 


1766 


7 


1766 


7 


1767 


7 


1767 


7 


1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1769 


7 


1770 


8 


1770 


8 


1771 


8 


1772 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1709 


7 


1772 


8 


1700 


7 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1770 


8 


1771 


8 



FAOE. 



167 
831 
127 

258 

209 
385 
101 

117 

603 
482 
•492 
328 
66 
256 

308 

404 

267 

156 

*263 

468 

464 

464 

27 

49 

60 

102 

178 

138 

182 

209 

248 

352 

Pl 
48 
87 
132 
169 
184 
200 

327 

123 

108 

236 

240 

46 

87 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



61 



1758— 5 : 344 



1768— 7 : 186 
1760— 6: 91 



1756— 5 : 165 



CARPENTERS : 

enlisted 

CARR, Fkancis : 

to appear ..... 
CARR, John : 

estate of, divided 
CARR, Dk. Moses : 

account . . 1757 — 5 : 219 
CARR, Moses, and wife : 

petition ..... 
CARR & : 

jDetition 

CARRIAGES : 

for jjrovisions, etc. . 
CARTEL : 

between Canada and English governments in North 

America 

CARTER, Ezra : 

account 

petition ..... 

1756— 5 : 161 
1764— 6:413 
CARTER, John : 

volunteer ..... 
CARTER, Thomas: 

petition 

CARTTY, John : 

petition ..... 
CASCO Bay (see also FalmotUh) : 



1753— 4:337 



1756— 
1756- 
1756— 
1765— 



5: 97 
5: 90 
5:188 
6:434 



1767— 7 : 151 



treaty at 



CASKS 



1726 
1727 
1727 
175 



56 

85 

89 

457 



TEAK. 



1727— 
1727— 
1745— 
1754— 



77 

86 

259 

464 



gauging 



CASS, Jonathan : 

invalid volunteer 
CASS, Joseph : 

volunteer ..... 
CASS, Tabitha : 

volunteer's widow 
CASTLE (see Fort William and Mary) . 
CATE, Edward : 

V. William Vaughan 



house of . 
CATE, James : 

petition .... 
CATE, Capt. Samuel : 

garrison of, at Barrington 

muster-roll 

claim . . 1747 — 
CATE, William : 

petition .... 



1748 


4: 


63 


1748 


4: 


64 


1748 


4: 


91 


1748— 


4: 


99 


1752— 


4: 


258 


1760— 


6: 


71 



1716- 
1718- 



1:165 
1:227 



3:445 



1765— 6:457 



1744— 3 : 109 

1761— 6 : 198* 
CATTLE : 

regulated 

prevented from feeding on improved lands 

invoice of . 1753— 4 : 2^0 1761— 6 : 122 



1759 
1759 
1768 
1763 
1765 
1742 
1759 

1747 

1756 
1756 
1764 
1765 

1746 

1768 

1756 

1727 
1727 
17.54 
1755 

1748 
1752 
1760 

1746 

1746 

1746 



1716 
1716 
1722 

1723 

1746 
1747 
1765 

1761 
1761 

1718 
1760 
1767 



VOL. 

5 
5 

7 
6 
7 
3 
6 



5 
5 
6 
6 

3 

7 

5 

2 
2 
4 

4 

4 

4 
6 

3 

3 

3 



3 
3 
6 

6 
6 

1 
6 

7 



PAGE. 

487 

460 

197 

371 

12 

34 

9 

617 

144 

92 

412 

469 

421 

192 

141 

84 

88 

452 

498 

87 

249 

88 

330 

374 

404 



164 

172 
323 

377 

333 

463 
466 

165 

202 

220 

81 

161 



62 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAS. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


CATTLE, — {continued) : 










for expedition .... 


. 


1755 


6 


20 


CAVKNAUGII. Mauiuce: 










trial of, costs .... 


• • • 


1770 


8 


13 


CAVKKLY, Moses, Ju. : 










petition ..... 


• ■ • • 


1761 


6 


201 


CENSLKE: 










king's, of governor, deprecated 
CENTIXEL {sec Scnlinel). 


1745— 3:213 


1745 


3 


285 










CIIAMBEKLAIN, Ei'HKAIM : 










pt'lition ..... 


■ • • 


1761 


6 


202 


CIIAMlJERi.AIN, John: 










member 


1755— 5 : 44 


1755 


5 


258 


1756— 5: 70 


1756— 5 : 99 


1756 


5 


118 


1756— 5:124 


1756 5 : 134 


1756 


5 


172 


1756— 5 : 175 


1756— 5:260 


1756 


5 


615 


1757— 5:226 


1757— 5 : 254 


1757 


6 


264 


1757— 5 : 268 


1757— 5 : 268* 


1757 


6 


606 


1758— 5 : 407 


1758— 5:421 


1758 


5 


426 


1758— 5 : 434 


1758— 5 : 436 


1758 


5 


440 


1758— 5 : 444 


1758— 5 : 451 


1758 


6 


512 


1759— 5:458 


1759 5 : 493 


1759 


6 


497 


1760— 6 : 46 


1761— 6 : 129 


1761 


6 


130 


1761— 6:131 


1761— 6 : 136 


1761 


6 


141 


17G1— 6:232 


1762— 6 : 257 


1765 


7 


11 


1765— 7 : 29 


1765— 7 : 30 


1765 


7 


176 


1766— 7 : 53 


1766— 7 : 54 


1766 


7 


75 


1766— 7 : 76 


1766— 7: 78 


1766 


7 


89 


1766— 7 : 93 


1766— 7 : 178 


1767 


7 


136 


1767— 7 : 149 


1767— 7 : 163 


1767 


7 


182 


1768- 7 : 233 


1768— 7:241 


1768 


7 


265 


176.S— 7 : 270 


1768— 7 : 350 


1769 


7 


306 


1769— 7 : 330 


1769— 7 : 352 


1770 


7 


354 


1770— 8 : 1 p 


1770— 8: 14 


1770 


8 


18 


1770 8: 32 


1771—8: 2p 


1771 


8 


63 


1771— 8: 71 


1771— 8: 80 


1771 


8 


83 


1771— 8 : 87 


1771— 8: 94 


1771 


8 


100 


1771— 8:105 


1771— 8:109 


1772 


8 


115 


1772— 8:118 


1772— 8:119 


1773 


8 


144 


1774— 8:164 


1774— 8 : 167 


1774 


8 


172 


1774— 8 : 184 


1774— 8 : 192 


1775 


8 


218 


CHANCERING : 










value of bills of credit 


. 


1742 


2 


645 


CIIAXCHRY (.sec Court, etc.). 










CHANDLER, Auiel: 










account 




1769 


7 


291 


petition . . 1771 — 8: 75 


1771— 8 : 80 


1773 


8 


149 


CHANDLER, John : 










member elect .... 


• 


1749 


4 


120 


petition 


1756- 5 : 90 


1756 


5 


92 


muster-roll .... 


• 


1756 


5 


96 


account 


. 


1756 


5 


97 


to ajijjcar 


. 


1764 


6 


412 


CHANDLER, Cai-t. Joseph : 










muster-roll . 1762— 6:253 


1762— 6 : 261 


1762 


6 


262 


CHAPLAINS {see also Carpenter, E. ; En 


n,erson, D^ Mc- 








Grcgor, D.) : 










of the amiy .... 


. 


1745 


3 


155 


1745— 3 : 159 


1746— 3 : 367 


1756 


5 


117 


1756— 5 : 153 


1757— 5 : 238 


1758 


5 


378 


1759 6 : 4 


1761— 6 : 193 


1762 


6 


254 



Province of ^ew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



63 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


CHAPLAINS, — (continued) : 








of the fort (see Blunt, John) . 








of the council (see Brotvn, Arthur) . 








of the house (see Fitch, Jabez ; Haven, Samuel ; 








Langdon, Samuel ; and Shurtleff, William) . 








CHAPMEN : 








petty 1716- 1:176 


1718 


1 


221 


CHARGES (see also County and Government) : 








upon province for prisoners committed for theft. 








to prevent 


1718 


1 


220 


for certain criminals examined .... 


1766 


7 


64 


CHARLESTOWN (see also No. 4 on Connecticut) : 








defence of 1755 — 5 : 45 


1755 


5 


50 


1755 — 5: 53 


1757 


5 


240 


inventory 1760— 6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767 7:161 1768 7:220 


1773 


8 


159 


road from, to Memmack river .... 


1768 


7 


273 


highway from, to Boscawen . . 1768 — 7 : 279 


1769 


7 


289 


1769 7:297 1770 7:341 


1772 


8 


124 


highway fi'om, to Amherst 


1773 


8 


146 


representative . 1768— 7 : 350 1769— 7 : 352 


1770 


7 


354 


1770— 8: Ip 1771— 8: 2p 


1771 


8 


105 


1772 8:115 1773 8:144 


1774 


8 


164 


1774 8 : 184 1774— 8 : 188 


1775 


8 


218 


CHARLESTOWN, ]\Tass. : 








libellee in divorce case from 


1771 


8 


87 


CHARMING Molly : 








schooner, Nahum Ward, master . 1745 — 3 : 274 


1745 


3 


290 


CHASE, Charles : 










1770 


8 


2 


CHASE, Francis: 








Baptist, to appear 


1770 


7 


34a 


CHASE, Nathaniel, and wife : 








land of, sold . 1756 5:172 1756 5:173 


1756 


5 


178 


CHASE, Paul : 








in Captain Tash's roll 


1756 


5 


131 


CHENECTO : 








neutral French from 


1755 


5 


58 


CHESHIRE County: 










1771 


8 


97 


1772— 8 : 121 1773— 8 : 150 


1774 


8 


205 


meetings in 


1774 


8 


170 


courts 1774— 8 : 193 


1774 


8 


204 


new members called from towns in . 


1775 


8 


237 


CHESLEY, ICHABOD : 








petition, etc 1768— 7 : 202 


1768 


7 


201 


1768— 7 : 214 1768— 7 : 221 


1768 


7 


252 


CHESLEY, Cai't. Jonathan : 








muster-roll 1723 1:390 


1726 


2 


28 


1745— 3 : 200 1752— 4 : 264 


1753 


4 


318 


1753— 4 : 319 1753— 4 : 350 


1753 


4 


355 


slops and stores for 


1724 


2 


12 


member 1735— 2:433 


1735 


2 


440 


1745 3:184 1745 3:185 


1745 


3 


187 


1745 3:189 1745 3:203 


1745 


3 


215 


1745— 3 : 229 1745— 3 : 243 


1745 


3 


246 


1745— 3 : 262 1745— 3 : 303 


1746 


3 


316 


174G— 3 : 322 1746— 3 : 323 


1746 


3 


326 


1746— 3:332 1746— 3:338 


1746 


3 


339 


1746— 3 : 340 1746— 3 : 355 


1746 


3 


365 


1746 3:368 1746 3:413 


1746 


3 


414 



CA Index to Journals of ITouse of Representatives, 





VEAK. 


VOL. 


PAOB. 


CIIESI.EY, C\n. Jonathan, — (continued) : 








nienibor . . 1740 — 3: 42.S 


1747— 3:453 


1717 


3 


455 


1747— 3:4(16 


1747— 3:477 


1747 


3 


479 


1747— 3:4H0 


1747— 3:486 


1747 


3 


489 


1717— 3:507 


1747— 3:516 


1747 


4 


2 


CIIESI.KY. Joseph : 










putitioii ..... 


. 


1721 


1 


269 


1723— 1 : 'Wl 


1723 1:385 


1723 


1 


386 


173 1— 2 : 424 


1731— 2:428 


1734 


2 


429 


CIIESLEY, Pai L, ANi> wife: 










pi'titioii ..... 


. 1 766— 7 : 60 


1766 


7 


64 


CllESLKY, Thomas (sec also ISmith) : 










petition, etc 


. 1766— 7: 61 


1767 


7 


155 


CHEST : 










province, for custody of bills, etc. \ 


see Box). 








CHESTER : 










petition thought to infringe on 


. 


1720 


1 


260 


petition 


. 1737— 2:488 


1737 


2 


491 


1737— 2:511 


1740— 2:551 


1742 


2 


650 


1742— 3: 34 


1743— 3: 50 


1748 


4 


71 


inventory 


. 


1742 


2 


643 


1753 4 : 293 


1760— 6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 7 : 160 


1768— 7:218 


1773 


8 


156 


highway from, to Londonderry 


> • • • 


1743 


3 


64 


representative .... 


• . . . 


1745 


3 


116 


1745 3:118 


1749— 4 : 106 


1749 


4 


108 


1749— 4:113 


1749— 4:115 


1749 


4 


118 


174y_ 4 : 130 


1749— 4:131 


1749 


4 


138 


1749— 4 : 144 


1755— 5:258 


1756 


5 


95 


1756— 5 : 260 


1756— 5:515 


1757 


5 


264 


1757 — 5 : 506 


17.58— 5 : 434 


1758 


5 


512 


1759— 5 : 467 


1759— 6 : 228 


1760 


6 


230 


1761— 6:232 


1762— 6 : 458 


1763 


6 


462 


1764— 6 : 464 


1765— 7 : 176 


1766 


7 


178 


1767— 7 : 1S2 


1768— 7:3.50 


1769 


7 


352 


1770— 7 : 354 


1770- 8: Ip 


1771 


8 


p2 


1771— 8 : 105 


1772— 8:115 


1773 


8 


144 


1774— 8 : 164 


1774— 8 : 184 


1774 


8 


188 


1774— 8:190 


1771— 8:196 


1775 


8 


218 


defence of . 1746 — 3:414 


1747— 4: 17 


1747 


4 


29 


1748— 4: 67 


174.S— 4: 74 


1758 


6 


421 


mortgage of certain hind in 


> 


1747 


3 


•492 


pro])osed land ta.x in, unju.st 


. 


1756 


6 


66 


division of estate in . 


• • ■ 


1761 


6 


200 


classed for excise 


1752— 4 : 239 


1755 


4 


510 


selectmen to levy money . 


]7.=i7— 5:244 


1757 


5 


246 


selectmen to appear 


1761— 6:150 


1770 


7 


839 




1771— 8:109 


1773 


8 


138 


line with Kingston .... 


1761— 6:150 


1761 


6 


172 


1761— 6:174 


1761— 6:196 


1761 


6 


204 


northwestern part [Freetown] ])etiti 


on . 


1763 


6 


841 


176:3 — 6 : 355 


1763— 6:360 


1763 


6 


861 


1763— 6 : 378 


1763— 6:379 


1764 


6 


389 


1764— 6 : 394 


1764— 6 : 396 


1764 


6 


397 


bills burnt in house at . . . 


• • . 


1764 


6 


425 


county location .... 


•. 


1769 


7 


325 


sujiport of Patrick Bonner by . 


1770— 7:339 


1770 


8 


1 


Mr. Wilson's parish in . 


. 


1772 


8 


121 


chp:stkkiii:i.1): 




1 






inventory 


1760— 6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1761— 6:200 


1768— 7 : 245 


1773 


8 


159 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



65 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


CHESTLEY and Chestly (see Chesley) . 












CHICHESTER : 












petition ..... 


. 1760— 


6: 96 


1771 


8 


77 


taxes 


, 


. 


1760 


6 


113 


1761— 6 : 124 


1761— 


6:125 


1761 


6 


144 


1761— 6:Uo 


1761— 


6 : 146 


1768 


7 


192 


line with Bavnstead . 


, 


, 


1764 


6 


405 


boundai'ies .... 


. 1765 


6:433 


1770 


8 


47 


inventory ..... 


, 


, 


1773 


8 


157 


CHH.I)REN : 












selectmen to inspect and order 




, 


1712 


1 


45 


bastard, murderino:, penalty 


. 


. 


1714 


1 


77 


jiostliumous, i^rovided for 


. 


. 


1714 


1 


77 


jjoor, employed 


. 1766— 


7: 63 


1766 


7 


65 


CHHIURGEON (see Surgeoji). 












CHRISTENINGS: 












registered .... 


. 1727— 


2:107 


1727 


2 


108 


CHRISTMAS (see Disorders). 












CHRISTO (the Indian) : 












disposal of, etc. 1744 — 3 : 95 


1744— 


3:107 


1745 


3 


164 


]745_ 3:218 


1745 


3 : 289 


1746 


3 


332 


CHRISTY, John : 












innholder, Windham 


, 


. 


1753 


4 


304 


CHURCH, Jonathan: 












member . . 1762— 6:2.52 


1762— 


6:309 


1762 


6 


458 


1763 6 : 462 


1764— 


6:464 


1765 


7 


44 


1765— 7 : 176 


1766 


7 : 178 


1767 


7 


126 


1767— 7 : 148 


1767— 


7:155 


1767 


7 


182 


CIDER (see also Excise) : 












excise on 


. 1721— 


1:281 


1721 


1 


284 


sold at ferry, excise free . 


, 


, , 


1721 


1 


282 


to be provided at inns 


, 


• 


1721 


1 


286 


CIRCUIT Court : 












judges' settlement . 


, 


, 


1771 


8 


77 


CITIZENSHIP: 












privileges, etc., of, conferred on John Thomlinson 


1747 


3 


476 


CLAGGETT, Wyseman: 












attorney-general and member . 


, , 


, , 


1764 


6 


394 




1764— 


6 : 397 


1765 


6 


466 


1775 8:218 


1775— 


8:221 


1775 


8 


222 


CLAREMONT : 












inventory . . 1767 — 7:161 


1768 


7:220 


1773 


8 


159 


easing from province tax . 


, 


. 


1770 


7 


347 


CLARK, Sergt. Abraham: 












mnster-roll .... 


. 1724— 


2: 6 


1726 


2 


28 


CLARK, Amos: 












V. Clement, Obadiah 


. 1756 


5 : 151 


1756 


5 


160 




1757— 


5:200 


1757 


5 


207 


CLARK, Anna: 












petition ..... 


. 


• • 


1763 


6 


318 


CLARK, Caleb : 












account ..... 


. 1758 


5:377 


1758 


5 


413 


mnster-roll . 1760 — 6 : 59 


1760— 


6: 71 


1760 


6 


73 


CLARK, James : 












petition ..... 


. 


. 


1737 


2 


488 


CLARK, John : 












account 


. 1723 


1:390 


1724 


1 


429 


petition . . 1759— 5 : 460 


17.59— 


5:476 


17.59 


5 


478 


CLARK, Josiah : 












petition 


. 1756— 


5: 84 


1756 


5 


89 




1756— 


5: 92 


1764 


6 


402 



66 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





1 

YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


CLARK, Matiif.w: 










bills burnt in house of . . . 




1726 


2 


30 


CLARK, RoitKKT: 










member ...... 


. 


1755 


5 


49 


1755— 5 : 258 


1756— 5 : 65 


1756 


5 


71 


17oG— 5:120 


1766— 5 : 122 


1756 


5 


127 


1756- 5 : 158 


1756— 5 : 169 


1756 


6 


170 


1756— 5:178 


1756— 5:181 


1756 


5 


183 


1756— 5 : 184 


1756— 5: 187 


1756 


6 


260 


1756 — 5 : 515 


1757— 5 : 209 


1757 


5 


211 


1757— 5 : 226 


1757— 5 : 229 


1757 


5 


232 


1757— 5 : 236 


1757— 5:251 


1757 


5 


252 


1757— 5 : 254 


1757— 5 : 257 


1757 


6 


264 


1757— 5 : 268 * 


1757— 5 : 273 


1757 


5 


295 


1757— 5 : 299 


1757— 5 : 301 


1757 


6 


606 


1758 5:311 


1758— 5 : 312 


1758 


5 


813 


1758— 5 : 315 


1758— 5 : 319 


1758 


5 


837 


1758 5 : 377 


1758— 5 : 382 


1758 


5 


383 


1758— 5:414 


1758— 5 : 427 


1772 


8 


120 


CLARK, Valentine : 










erroneously reported "deserter" 


1761— 6:198 


1761 


6 


199 


1761— 6:223 


1761— 6:224 


1762 


6 


270 


CLARKSON, Andkew: 










member, clerk 


1755— 5 : 43 


1755 


5 


46 


1755— 5 : 47 


1755— 5: 52 


1755 


6 


57 


1755— 5 : GO 


1755— 5: 61 


1755 


5 


258 


1756— 5 : 76 


1756— 5 : 105 


1756 


6 


142 


1756— 5 : 154 


1756— 5 : 161 


1756 


5 


164 


1756— 5 : 165 


1756— 5 : 166 


1756 


6 


169 


1756— 5 : 177 


1756— 5 : 180 


1756 


6 


184 


1756— 5 : 260 


1757— 5 : 207 


1757 


6 


215 


1757— 5 : 221 


1757— 5 : 243 


1757 


6 


246 


1757— 5:252 


1757— 5 : 255 


1757 


5 


264 


1757— 5 : 268 * 


1757— 5 : 273 


1757 


5 


284 


1757— 5:291 


1757— 5:293 


1757 


5 


299 


1757— 5:309 


1757— 5:506 


1758 


5 


820 


1758— 5 : 359 


1758— 5:383 


1758 


6 


431 


1758— 5 : 432 


1758— 5 : 435 


1758 


5 


486 


1758— 5 : 437 


1758— 5 : 441 


1758 


5 


444 


1758 5 : 512 


1759— 5 : 480 


1759 


5 


493 


1759— 6: 14 


1760— 6: 33 


1760 


6 


47 


1760— 6 : 48 


1700— G : 54 


1760 


6 


65 


1760— 6: 56 


1760— 6 : 57 


1760 


6 


66 


1760— 6:112 


1760— 6:118 


1761 


6 


182 


1761— 6 : 134 


1761— 6:145 


1761 


6 


164 


1761— 6 : 155 


1761— 6:158 


1761 


6 


159 


1761— 6:194 


1761— 6:200 


1761 


6 


226 


1761— 6:232 


1762— 6 : 238 


1762 


6 


289 


1762— 6:240 


1762— 6 : 242 


1762 


6 


246 


1762— 6 : 247 


1762- 6:253 


1762 


6 


270 


1762— 6:271 


1762— 6:280 


1762 


6 


286 


1762— 6:295 


1762— 6:296 


1762 


6 


297 


1762— 6 : 307 


1762— 6:458 


1763 


6 


312 


17G3— 6:332 


1763— 6:337 


1763 


6 


843 


17r;;}_ 6:347 


1763— 6:348 


1763 


6 


349 


17G:5— 6 : 352 


1763-» 6 : 357 


1763 


6 


359 


1763— 6:360 


1763— 6:374 


1763 


6 


462 


1764— 6:399 


1764— 6:400 


1764 


1 6 


410 


17(;.(_ 6:415 


17n4_ 6 : 419 


1764 


6 


464 


1765— 6:444 


1765— 6:446 


1765 


1 ^ 


447 


1765— 6:453 


17G.>_ 6:455 


1765 


1 6 


456 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



67 



CLARKSON, Andreav, 
member, clerk . 



2 
10 



1765- 
1765- 
1765- 



6:469 
7: 6 
7:176 



2:343 
2:382 
2:416 
L' : 433 
444 
469 
489 
546 
549 
623 
634 
30 



■ {continued) : 

1765— 6:468 

1765— 7 

1765— 7 
chosen recorder of deeds, etc. ..... 

choice non-concurred ...... 

decease of ........ 

estate of, administratrix to deliver keys, books, 
papers, etc. ....... 

estate of, administratrix to deliver types of ster- 
ling bills ....... 

estate of, administi'atrix to ileliver certificates of 
membei's' wages ....... 

CLARKSON, James : 

member .... 

1731— 

1733— 

1734— 

1735— 

1735- 

1736— 

1737— 

1740— 

1740- 

1742- 

1742- 

1742- 

1743- 

1743— 

1744— 

1744- 

1745- 

1745- 

1746— 

1746- 

1746- 

1746— 

1747- 

1747— 

1747- 

1748- 

1749— 

1749— 

1749- 

1750- 
exonerated from chai'ge of misbehavior . 
governor objects to his serving on committee 
CLARY. William": 
allowance to 
CLAY, Jonas : 
petition 
CLEMENT, EzEKiEL : 
soldier, account 
CLEMENT, James : 

petition 
CLEMENT, Caft. Job : 
petition 
muster-roll 

1753— 4 : 319 1753— 4 : 327 

1753— 4 : 335 1753— 4 : .344 

1753— 4 : 349 1753— 4 : 350 



53 

59 

85 

93 

162 

300 

322 

335 

374 

416 

453 

497 

: 24 

: 71 

104 

124 

153 

: 10 



1732— 
1734— 
1734— 
1735— 
1735— 
1737— 
1737— 
1740— 
1740— 
1742— 
1742— 
1742— 
1743— 
1743— 
1744— 
1744— 
1745— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1748— 
1749— 
1749— 
1749— 
1750— 



376 
397 
422 
439 
446 
475 
496 
547 
566 
624 
646 
33 
57 
63 
88 
100 
163 
311 
326 
355 
380 
448 
3:489 
:500 
: 33 
: 94 
:105 
:127 
:158 
:183 



1759— 5 : 483 



YEAR. 


VOL, 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1766 


7 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1731 


2 


1733 


2 


1734 


2 


1734 


2 


1735 


2 


1736 


2 


1737 


2 


1739 


2 


1740 


2 


1742 


2 


1742 


2 


1742 


2 


1743 


3 


1743 


3 


1743 


3 


1744 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


4 


1747 


4 


1749 


4 


1749 


4 


1749 


4 


1749 


4 


1751 


4 


1744 


3 


1744 


3 


1759 


5 


1759 


5 


1761 


6 


1758 


5 


1748 


4 


1753 


4 


1753 


4 


1753 


4 


1753 


4 



PAGE. 



1 
11 

107 
67 
76 
37 

38 

49 

50 

335 
379 
411 

429 

440 

457 

477 

542 

548 

610 

629 

647 

47 

58 

68 

89 

161 

298 

313 

327 

368 

415 

449 

495 

2 

48 

100 

106 

132 

165 

9 

96 

98 

498 

493 

214 

373 

74 
318 
328 
348 
354 



68 



Index tk Journals of House of Txepresentatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


CLKMENT. Cai't. Jop., — {coiUinucd) : 












muster-rull 1753 — 4:357 


1753— A 


1:365 


1753 


4 


408 


CLEMEN r. Job and Daniel: 












account ...... 


, , 


, 


1757 


5 


206 


CLEMf:NT, Obadiaii: 












V. Clark, Amos .... 


1756— 5 : 151 


1756 


5 


160 




1757— / 


) : 200 


1757 


6 


201 


V. Carlton, Jonathan 


. 


. 


1756 


6 


156 


CLEMENT, Petkk: 












l)i'tition ...... 


1767— \ 


':149 


1770 


8 


12 


CLEMENT, TiM.miv: 












petition ...... 


1753— 4 : 362 


1754 


4 


403 


CLERGY (see Benefit and Ministry). 












CLERK {see also under the several names. 


and Court of 








Coinmi'fsioners, Journal of House, Message to Board, 








and Selectmen) : 












chosen : 












Atkinson, Theodore 


, 


, 


1715 


1 


118 


Clarkson, Andrew . 


1755— 5 : 46 


1758 


5 


437 


1762— 6:238 


1762— ( 


;:246 


1765 


7 


1 


Dennet, Ephraim . 


1719— 1:242 


1721 


1 


264 


Greenou<rh, Daniel 


, 


, 


1721 


1 


272 


Jallrey, Juuies 


1721— ] 


[ : 303 


1722 


1 


330 


1727— 2:101 


1728— 2:126 


1731 


2 


336 


1732— 2 : 377 


1734— 2 : 398 


1735 


2 


438 


1736— 2:457 


1740— 2:544 


1742 


2 


611 


Kois, Sanniel .... 


, 




1711 


1 


1 


Livennore, Matthew 


, 




1752 


4 


223 


Parker, William 


. 




1771 


8 


107 


Pierce, Daniel 






1745 


3 


190 


Pierce, Joshua 


, 




1717 


1 


205 


Sherburne, Henry . 


, 




1720 


1 


244 


Sherburne, Henry, Jr. . 






1745 


3 


118 


Smith, Joseph 


. 




1717 


1 


190 


Weare, Meshech 


1749- ^ 


1 : 106 


1765 


7 


37 


1768— 7:225 


1774— f 


5:189 


1775 


8 


220 


Wibird, Richard . 


. 


, 


1716 


1 


174 


compensation, etc. ... 


1722— ■ 


I : 337 


1723 


1 


409 


1724 2: 9 


172.'-)- ; 


I: 25 


1726 


2 


57 


1727— 2: 99 


1727— : 


2:102 


1728 


2 


115 


1729— 2 : 146 


1729— : 


2:152 


1729 


2 


167 


1730— 2:332 


1731— i 


2 : 356 


1732 


2 


370 


1734— 2:410 


1735— : 


2:448 


1737 


2 


485 


1743— 3: 59 


1743— : 


J: 60 


1744 


3 


92 


1745 3 : 166 


1745 ; 


J: 185 


1745 


3 


196 


1745 3 : 206 


1746— .' 


3 : 339 


1753 


4 


•313 


1753— 4:314 


1756— , 


j:166 


1758 


5 


382 


1759— 5:459 


1761— ( 


5:234 


1762 


6 


268 


176.5— 7 : 28 


1772— [ 


M23 


1774 


8 


206 


to transfer books, etc., to successor 


1745— : 


3 : 193 


1749 


4 


108 




1752— ^ 


1:224 


1755 


6 


46 


to give copif^'^ of i)a))er.'^ . 


1745— \ 


3 : 225 


1745 


3 


237 




1745— : 


3:238 


1758 


6 


431 


to attest i)apei-.< wiiii ^a)Vcrnor"s speech . 




1754 


4 


375 


to furnish copies of journal 


, 




1755 


6 


39 


to keep rolls 




, 


1757 


5 


215 


to prepare rolls, for stopages . 




• 


1759 


5 


462 


pro tempore, chosen : 












(in-enou^^Ii, Daniel 




, 


1722 


1 


320 


llobart, Samuel 


, 




1768 


7 


267 




1769— ' 


F:283 


1770 


8 


32 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



69 





YKAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


CLERK, — {continued) : 














X<ro tempore, chosen : 














Lovewell, Jonathan 




, 




1760 


6 


52 


McMuiphy, John . 




, 




1752 


4 


256 


Peirce, Joshua 




, 




1717 


1 


202 


Russell, Eleazer 




, 




1754 


4 


436 


Shex-burne, Henry, Jr. 




, 




1747 


3 


496 






1747— 


4:316 


1753 


4 


35 






1755— 


4:508 


1755 


4 


530 


Sherburne, John 


, , 


, 




1769 


7 


320 


Thing, Samuel 


, , 


, 




1716 


1 


142 


Thompson, Ebenezer 


, , 


, 




1775 


8 


221 


Waldron, Thomas Westbrook 


1758 


5 : 320 


1764 


6 


383 


Walton, George 




, 




1733 


2 


378 


Wibird, Richard 




• 




1716 


1 


170 


CLERK (see also Scribe) : 














to company 




. 




1756 


5 


117 


CLIFFORD, Benjamin : 














hired, wages stopt . 




, 




1760 


6 


76 


CLIFFORD, Israel : 














petition .... 




. 




1721 


1 


280 


CLIFFORD, Joseph : 














petition .... 




, 




1718 


1 


215 


CLIFFORD, William : 














claim .... 




, 




1758 


5 


347 


CLINTON, Governor : 














letter of . 




, 




1745 


3 


265 


CLOTHING (see also Uniform) : 














for soldiers 




, 




1745 


3 


281 


1746— 3 


365 


1746- 


3:366 


1746 


3 


424 


1747— 3 


455 


1747— 


4: 15 


1755 


5 


26 


CLOUGH, Abner : 














claim .... 


, , 


1747— 


3:451 


1747 


3 


461 


V. Longfellow, Jonathan . 


, 


. 


, . 


1753 


4 


354 


petition .... 


, 


1770— 


8: 53 


1771 


8 


102 


CLOUGH, Benjamin : 














claim .... 


• • 


, 


, , 


1769 


7 


295 


CLOUGH, Capt. Jeremiah : 














muster-roll 


, , 


. 




1745 


3 


*159 


1745— 3 


162 


174.5— 


3 : 276 


1745 


3 


290 


1746— 3 


326 


1746 


3:375 


1746 


3 


382 


174G— 3 


499 


1746— 


3 : 430 


1747 


3 


462 


1746— 3 


532 


1747— 


4: 24 


1753 


4 


351 


claim .... 


. 


, 


, , 


1745 


2 


218 


petition .... 


• 


1754— 


4:431 


1754 


4 


465 


fort of, at Canterbury 


, , 


1746 


3:324 


1746 


3 


327 


CLOUGH, Rachel and Anne : 














claim .... 


. , 


, 


• • 


1770 


8 


17 


CLOUGH, Zacheus : 














petition .... 


, 


1757— 


5 : 303 


1758 


5 


313 


1758— 5 


315 


1758 


5:323 


1758 


5 


324 


CLYDE, Joseph : 














to appear .... 


• • 


, 


• • 


1753 


4 


294 


COARSER, John: 














on Captain Tash's roll 


, , 


• 


, , 


1756 


5 


131 


COAST Survey: 














of northern district of America 


. 


• ■ 


1770 


8 


50 


COATS, Robert : 














claim .... 


, , 


1719— 


1 : 238 


1721 


1 


290 


1722— 1 


314 


1723— 


1:390 


1724 


1 


417 


COBURN (see Colhurn). 















70 



Index to Journals of House of "Representatives, 



liiidfjc in Dover 



171')— 1 : lUl 



CORY, John : 

enlisted, but not passed . 
COCIIECIK): 

nieetiiij^-liouse . 

provisions transported to . 

in Dover, (Quaker ineelin;^ at 

Point, appellants from 

river 
COCIIlfAX, Jamks 

petition . . 1759 — 5 

COCIIKAN. Cait. John: 

commandant of fori \\'illian) and Al 



4G0 



17.09— 5:467 



4: 
5: 
5: 
6: 
6: 
6 



135 
146 



251 
136 
388 
213 
396 
347 



23G 



1773— 8 : 
1773— 8; 
COCKEKMOUTII [Guotox] : 

inventory .... 
CODFISH : 

tiix-i'ate . . 1752 — 
1756— 
1758— 
1761— 
1764— 
bounty for catehino; 1763 — 
CODKINGTON, Col. William : 

of Rhode Island 
COFFIN, Amos: 

to appear .... 
COFFIN, Cai't. Edmund : 

of ship Treyton [Triton ?] 
COFFIN, Edmund : 

petition .... 
COFFIN, Elipiialet and Tristram 
petition . . 1719 — 1 : 
COFFIN, JOSEI'H : 

jjetition .... 
COFFIN, Peter: 

, estate of, entail docked 
V. Daniel Warner 
COFFRAN, John : 

to ajjpear .... 
con AN A WAG US: 

Indians .... 
COIIAS AND CoHASS (see Coos). 
COHAS Brook: 

alewives in, to protect 



COIN {see also Currency, Debasing, Gold, 
Specie, and Tender) : 

foreign, a tender 1765 — 7: 4 
foreign, price and value . 
counterfeiting, penalty 

COLBURN,JoNATnAN: 

to appear ...... 

V. Robert Boyce .... 

1758— 5:342 
1761— 6:150 
COLBURN, Cait. Thomas : 

moderator for Dunstable . 



ary . 
1771— 
1772— 
1773— 
177 



1754— 
1757— 
1759— 
1762— 
1765— 
1763— 



113 
126 
136 

207 



445 
277 

9 

265 

29 

348 



1730— 2 : 322 



1726— 2 : .37 



1726— 2: 37 
1774— 8:197 



1754— 4 : 443 

177:J— 8:165 

Money, Silver, 

176,5— 7: 6 
1771— 8: 97 



177- 



8:168 



1758— 
17.58— 
1761— 



5:327 
5 : 345 
6:151 



VKAK. 



VOL. 



1760 

1715 
174H 
1760 
1720 
1760 

1760 

1771 
1772 
1772 
1773 
1774 

1773 

1755 
1758 
1760 
1763 
1766 
1763 

1730 

1770 

1764 

1770 

1726 

1747 

1726 
1774 

1766 

1764 



1773 
1774 



1765 
1771 
1773 
1774 

1757 
17.58 
1761 
1761 

1748 



1 
4 
6 
1 
6 



8 
8 
8 
8 
8 



4 
5 
6 
6 

7 
6 

2 

8 

6 

7 

2 

4 

2 
8 

7 

6 



8 
8 



7 
8 
8 
8 

5 
6 
6 
6 



TAOB. 



117 

103 

97 

123 

260 

84 

40 

110 
120 
127 
138 
211 

160 

648 
385 
105 
338 
84 
364 

323 

2 

408 

356 

38 

22 

38 
203 

94 

385 



152 
193 



24 

99 

185 

169 

308 
339 
147 
224 

83 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



71 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


COLBY, Elias : 










on Captain Tash's roll 


« > • 


1756 


5 


131 


COLBY, John : 










petition . ' . 


• • • 


1761 


6 


187 


COLBY, Oklando : 










on Captain Tash\s roll 


• • ■ 


1756 


5 


131 


son, Rowell, had small-pox 


• • • 


1763 


6 


343 


COLBY, Spencer : 










volunteer ...... 


1746— 3:404 


1747 


3 


469 


COLCORD, Peter : 










present to, for braveiy 


1724— 2: 3 


1724 


2 


7 


COLCORD & Light : 










petition 


• • • 


1743 


3 


57 


COLLECTION : 










of taxes, province 1738 — 2 : 540 


1747— 3:513 


1753 


4 


360 


1755— 4 : 513 


1755— 4:518 


1760 


6 


104 


COLLECTORS : 










of taxes, choosing 1758 — 5 : 374 


1758 5 : 376 


1758 


5 


377 


of excise 


1752— 4 : 236 


1753 


4 


332 




1753 4 : 344 


1755 


5 


33 


COLLEGE (see Dartmouth and Harvard) . 










COLLINS, Ebenezer : 










muster-roll . 1746— 3 : 422 


1746— 3:423 


1746 


3 


533 


COLONEL (see also Scribe) : 










wages . . 1745 3 : 155 


1756— 5 : 117 


1756 


5 


149 


1757— 5:238 


1757— 5 : 243 


1758 


5 


378 


1759— 6: 4 


1761— 6:193 


1762 


6 


256 


lieutenant, wages .... 


1745— 3 : 155 


1756 


5 


117 


1757— 5 : 250 


1757— 5 : 267 


1758 


5 


378 


1759— 6: 4 


1761— 6 : 193 


1762 


6 


254 


to transmit list of men to the treasui-er . 


1759 


6 


17 


COLONIES (see also American, Conference, Controversy, 








Dispute, Impositions, and Trade) : 










infant, of America .... 


• • . 


1761 


6 


183 


his majesty's, defended 


• 


1757 


5 


243 


New England, grant to . 


• • ■ 


1757 


5 


271 


southern, letter from ministers of the 


• • 


1763 


6 


321 


circumstances of the 


1765— 7 : 20 


1765 


7 


21 


British, rights, etc 


. 


1766 


7 


58 


British, acts of parliament affecting 


• 


1773 


8 


162 




1774 8:177 


1774 


8 


181 


our sister, correspondence with 


• • • 


1773 


8 


162 




1774— 8 : 177 


1774 


8 


*179 


1774— 8 : 180 


1774— 8 : 181 


1774 


8 


215 


COLTS : 










invoice of 


1761- 6:122 


1767 


7 


161 


COMBS, : 










sick soldier 


. 


1745 


3 


231 


COMBS, Jonathan : 










petition ...... 


• « • 


1753 


4 


344 


account 




1761 


6 


213 


COMBS, Joseph : 










soldier, had small-pox 


. 


1761 


6 


215 


COMBS, Medai) : 










account ...... 


• < • 


1761 


6 


215 


COMINGS, Williams : 










to be notified 


. . ■ 


1757 


5 


287 


COMMANDER : 










wages 


• - . 


1748 


4 


78 


COMMERCE (see also Trade) : 










encouraged 


. 


1735 


2 


442 



72 



Index to Journals of IIousi: oi- Representatives, 



COMMKRCE,— (conUnvcd) : 

with Krcneh and Sjmiiish, jji-oliiltited 
COMMISSARY (scf a/.s-o JluspUal, Muster- liolls, and Per- 
quisites) : 

of, iiccounted for 



stores left in hands 
for expeditions, etc. 



171.5— 
1745— 
1746— 
174G— 
174G— 
1747— 
174.S— 
1755— 
1755— 
175()— 
1757— 
1757— 
1757— 
1758— 



247 
272 
367 
390 
416 
48 
77 
534 
20 
148 
5:195 
5:198 
5 : 241 
5 : 346 



assistant .... 
COMMISSIONS (see also Treasurer) 



litary 



mi 



governors' 



1722— 



346 

;435 

168 

395 



1735— 
1745— 
1745— 

lieutenant-governors' 

1728— 2 : 142 
CO:\IMISSIONERS (see also Cmnmitlee, 
Island, and Sub- Commissioners) : 

boundary 

1737— 2:508 
1737— 2 : 520 



1745— 
171.".— 
1745— 
1746— 
1740— 
1746— 
1748— 
1753— 
1755— 
175.5— 
1756— 
1757 — 
1757— 
1757 — 
17.58— 



1722— 
1745— 
174.5— 
1752— 
171.5— 
1729— 
Line, 



1.59 
248 
281 
381 
391 
436 

64 

312 

2 

30 
149 
196 
238 
285 
355 



348 
164 
175 
217 
122 
167 



Rhode 



1737— 
1742— 



grievances (see also Court and 



about court 
tions) . 
to Canada . 1724 — 

on peace with Indians 

about carrying on the war 

on French and Indian war 
on redemption of cajjtlves 
on treaty with Indians 

17.54— 
1754— 
1754— 
1754— 
at Albany .... 
of several governments . 



2:512 

2 : 6.39 

Excep- 



2: 12* 1747— 3:502 



373 
412 
421 
455 



1727— 
17-I.5— 
174.5— 
1747— 



17.54— 
17.54— 
1754— 

17.55— 

17.58— 
1758— 



2: 85 
3:125 
3 : 1.32 
3 : .501 



402 
413 
452 
457 
3 

313 
343 



1758— 5 : 340 
COMMITTEE : 

on province, or treasurer's accounts, claims, debts, 
demands, etc. ["of audit"] 



1712— 
1714— 
1715— 
1716— 
1718— 
1720— 
1721— 



45 
83 
105 
164 
216 
244 
288 



1713— 
171.5— 
171);- 
1716— 
1719- 
1720— 
1721— 



59 
99 
143 
169 
2.33 
253 
290 



YEAR. VOL 



1744 



1711 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1746 
1746 
1747 
1748 
17.53 
17.55 
17.56 
1756 
17.57 
17.57 
1757 
17.58 
17.57 

1733 
1745 
1745 
1752 
1728 
1731 



1720 
1737 
1742 

1728 
1747 
1726 
1727 
1745 
1746 
1747 
1749 
17.54 
17.54 
1754 
1754 
17.55 
1756 
1757 
1758 
1758 



1711 
1713 
1715 
1716 
1717 
1719 
1721 
1722 



1 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 

1 
3 
3 

4 
2 
2 



1 
2 
2 



PAGE. 



96 



5 
tl59 
249 
366 
382 
415 
519 

72 
318 

17 
117 
1.53 
197 
240 
3u6 
375 
221 

384 
165 
176 
218 
122 
355 



255 
618 
640 



2 


115 


4 


14 


2 


37 


2 


86 


3 


126 


3 


348 


3 


504 


4 


170 


4 


.372 


4 


410 


4 


416 


4 


454 


4 


498 


5 


79 


5 


226 


5 


314 


6 


344 




44 




60 




100 




161 




209 


1 1 


236 




264 




314 



Pkovince of N"ew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



73 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


COMMITTEE, — {continued) : 










on 131'ovince, oi* treasiirer''s accounts, 


claims, debts, 








demands, etc. ["of audit"] 










1722— 1:316 


1722— 1:350 


1722 


1 


854 


1722— 1 : 357 


1722— 1:368 


1722 


1 


370 


1722— 1:372 


1723— 1:382 


1723 


1 


383 


1723 1 : 388 


1723 1:390 


1724 


1 


414 


1724— 1 : 417 


1724— 1:418 


1724 


2 


1 


1724— 2 : 2 


1724— 2: 6 


1724 


2 


10 


1724— 2: 12t 


1726— 2 : 38 


1726 


2 


45 


1726— 2 : 60 


1726— 2 : 62 


1727 


2 


73 


1727— 2: 82 


1728— 2 : 112 


1728 


2 


115 


1728— 2 : 132 


1729— 2 : 144 


1730 


2 


318 


1730 2 : 326 


1731— 2 : 339 


1732 


2 


371 


1733— 2:382 


1734 2 : 401 


1734 


2 


423 


1735— 2 : 439 


1735— 2:447 


1736 


2 


458 


1737— 2:477 


1737— 2:521 


1738 


2 


536 


1740— 2 : 546 


1740— 2:549 


1740 


2 


.561 


1742— 2:615 


1742— 2 : 622 


1742 


8 


45 


1743— 3: 51 


1743— 3: 68 


1743 


8 


72 


1744— 3: 91 


1745— 3 : 124 


1745 


8 


138 


1745— 3:207 


1745— 3:211 


1745 


3 


249 


1745— 3 : 292 


1746 8 : 323 


1746 


8 


828 


1746— 3:334 


1747— 3:505 


1747 


8 


521 


1747— 3:524 


1747— 4: 33 


1748 


4 


84 


17i9_ 4 : 163 


1749— 4:164 


1752 


4 


240 


1752— 4:241 


1752— 4 : 244 


1752 


4 


258 


1753— 4 : 302 


1753— 4:317 


1758 


4 


320 


1754— 4 : 446 


1754— 4:474 


1754 


4 


480 


1755— 4:500 


1755— 4 : 519 


1755 


5 


8 


1755 5: 60 


1755— 5 : 63 


1757 


5 


309 


1758— 5 : 406 


1758— 5:444 


1760 


6 


48 


1760 6:112 


1760 6:114 


1760 


6 


115 


1760— 6:116 


176U— 6 : 117 


1761 


6 


180 


1761— 6 : 154 


1761— 6 : 194 


1762 


6 


280 


1762— 6:290 


1762— 6 : 299 


1763 


6 


387 


1763 6 : 369 


1763— 6 : 379 


1763 


6 


380 


1764— 6:400 


1765— 7 : 6 


1765 


7 


9 


1765— 7: 11 


1765 7: 76 


1766 


7 


90 


1767— 7:114 


1767— 7 : 118 


1768 


7 


200 


1768 7 : 201 


1768 7 : 204 


1768 


7 


215 


1768 7 : 236 


1768— 7 : 244 


1768 


7 


248 


1768— 7:249 


1768 7 : 253 


1768 


7 


254 


1768 7 : 255 


1768— 7 : 262 


1768 


7 


263 


1768 7 : 266 


1769— 7:282 


1770 


7 


340 


1770— 8 : 1 


1770— 8: 7 


1770 


8 


8 


1770— 8: 13 


1771— 8: 80 


1771 


8 


94 


1771— 8 : 96 


1772— 8:120 


1772 


8 


122 


1772— 8:123 


1773 8 : 147 


1773 


8 


151 


1774— 8: 192 


1774— 8 : 196 


1774 


8 


198 


on state of the treasury, funds, mone3', currencj-, 








etc 


1722— 1:311 


1722 


1 


318 


1722— 1:319 


1722— 1:320 


1745 


8 


294 


1746— 3:326 


1747— ;>,:o23 


1747 


3 


527 


1757— 5 : 269 


1764— 6:415 


1764 


6 


419 


on regulating- excise .... 


1721— 1:282 


1743 


3 


51 


1743— 3: 60 


1754— 4:395 


1767 


7 


149 


1771— 8: 109 


1771— 8:110 


1772 


8 


117 


on farming excise 1717 — 1 : 202 


1718— 1:214 


1719 


1 


234 


1720— 1:245 


1726 2: 32 


1729 


2 


160 


1735— 2:445 


1735— 2:446 


1738 


2 


537 



10 



74 



Index to Journals of House of "Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


I'AOE. 


COMMVl''lT.E, — (conlinucd) : 










on laniiing excise 1740 — 2:547 


1742— 2:629 


1712 




31 


1745— 3 : 248 


1747— 3:505 


1753 


4 


326 


1753_ 4 : 364 


1754— 4:397 


1754 


4 


425 


1754— 4:429 


1754— 4:448 


1755 


4 


492 


1755— 4:541 


nSS 4 : 573 


1756 


6 


68 


1750- 5: 81 


1756— 5 : 134 


1757 


5 


214 


1757— 5 : 286 


1757— 5 : 307 


1758 


5 


382 


1758— 5 : 421 


1759— 5 : 492 


1759 


6 


32 


17 GO— 6 : 100 


1761— 6:221 


1763 


6 


380 


1767— 7 : 153 


17()7 — 7 : 155 


1767 


7 


168 


1767— 7 : Ki'J 


176H— 7 : 273 


1768 


7 


274 


17(58- 7 : 275 


1709- 7 : 331 


1770 


7 


346 


1770— 8: 18 


1770— 8: 40 


1770 


8 


41 


1770— 8: 46 


1770 8: 49 


1771 


8 


86 


1772— 8:118 


1772— 8 : 124 


1773 


8 


137 


1773— 8:153 


1773— 8 : 154 


1774 


8 


168 


of conference on the olVence taken Ijy Massachusetts 








at our impost act 




1714 


1 


90 


to address Massachusetts for laying aside all duties 


1721 


1 


303 


to in(]uire about powder money 


. 1768— 7 : 244 


1768 


7 


248 


1708 7 : 249 


1768— 7 : 254 


1774 


8 


203 


to consider making more bills of ci 


•edit 










1721— 1:275 


1721 


1 


277 


to obtain royal consent for striking 


bills, etc. . 


1722 


1 


321 


to report on old cypher bills 


. 1727— 2:108 


1727 


2 


109 




1728— 2:133 


1729 


2 


162 


to regulate bonds of public money 


holders 










1729— 2 : 154 


1733 


2 


392 


to sign bills of credit (amount not 


stated) 


1737 


2 


489 




1737— 2:494 


1745 


3 


296 


on denomination of plates 


• ■ • 


1737 


2 


489 


on custody of plates 1742 — 2 : 641 


1742— 2:646 


1743 


3 


64 


1745— 3 : 230 


174.5— 3 : 243 


1746 


3 


306 


1746— 3:341 


1746— 3:342 


1765 


7 


49 


on issue of paj^er mone}' . 


. 1744— 3: 92 


1744 


3 


93 


for imprinting bills, etc. . 


• 


1745 


3 


283 


for £'500 


• 


1746 


3 


327 


for £1,000 .... 


, 


1721 


1 


307 


for £1,076 16s . 


• 


1729 


2 


158 


for £1,500 . 1714— 1: f^l 


1715— 1 : 103 


1726 


2 


66 


for £1,730 . 1730— 2:332 


1734— 2:409 


1734 


2 


426 


for £2,000 .... 


. 1722— 1 : 365 


1724 


2 


10 




1724— 2: 11 


1758 


6 


411 


for £2,800 . 1722— 1:320 


1722— 1 : 321 


1722 


1 


363 


for £4,000 .... 


. 


1747 


4 


54 


for £4,220 .... 


. > 


1742 


2 


644 


for £5,000 .... 


. 1759— 6: 3 


1759 


6 


11 


for £5,384 . 1722— 1:318 


1725 2: 19 


1729 


2 


162 


for £5,750 .... 


• 


1756 


5 


135 


for £6,000 .... 


. 1742— 2:647 


1745 


3 


223 




1745— 3 : 277 


1746 


3 


841 


for £7,000 .... 


. 1761— 6: 13!) 


1761 


6 


176 


for £8,000 .... 


. 1745— 3:2S0 


1745 


3 


283 


1745— 3:284 


1746— 3 : 306 


1746 


3 


312 


1746— 3 : 316 


1759-»6: 30 


1760 


6 


77 


1760— 6: 78 


1760— 6: 99 


1760 


6 


108 


1760— 6:111 


1762— 6 : 269 


1762 


6 


280 


for £9,000 . 1759— 5:477 


1759— 6: 11 


1759 


6 


14 


for £10,000 .... 


. IIGS— 6:322 


1763 


1 6 


347 


for £12,000 . 1745— 3:271 


1761— 6:203 


1761 


1 5 


221 



Province op Kew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



75 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


COMMITTEE, — {continued) : 








for £13,000 . 1745— 3 : 152 


1745— 3 : 153 


1745 


3 


157 


1745— 3:222 


1745— 3 : 229 


1745 


3 


230 


1745— 3:243 


1745— 3 : 247 


1746 


3 


312 


for £15,000 ["grand"] 


1718— 1:228 


1720 


1 


249 


1725— 2: 19 


1726 2: 44 


1734 


2 


411 


1734 2 : 427 


1737— 2:490 


1738 


2 


536 


1742— 2 : 650 


1742— 3: 38 


1742 


3 


40 


1743— 3: 63 


1745— 3:294 


1746 


3 


326 


174C— 3 : 332 


1746 3 : 344 


1747 


4 


32 


1747— 4: 38 


1748 4: 88 


1754 


4 


476 


1755— 5 : 32 


1755 5: 53 


1756 


5 


70 


1756— 5 : 147 


1756— 5 : 186 


1758 


5 


442 


for £17.000 


1759— 5:494 


1759 


6 


18 


for £20,000 


1757— 5 : 240 


1757 


5 


241 




1757— 5 : 275 


1757 


5 


301 


for £25,000 . 1742— 2 : 647 


1743— 3: 63 


1744 


3 


96 


1745 3 : 178 


1745— 3:222 


1745 


3 


223 


1745— 3:297 


1747— 3:491 


1748 


4 


83 


1752— 4 : 231 


1752— 4 : 255 


1753 


4 


311 


1753— 4 : 312 


1754— 4:485 


1754 


4 


486 


1754— 4:487 


1755 — 4 : 537 


1755 


4 


539 


1755— 4:540 


1755 — 4 : 541 


1755 


4 


542 


for £30,000 . 1755 4:536 


1755— 4:543 


1755 


4 


568 


1755— 4:570 


1755 — 5 : 11 


1755 


5 


21 


1755— 5 : 25 


1755— 5: 36 


1756 


5 


90 


1756— 5: 91 


1756— 5 : 140 


1756 


5 


155 


1756 5 : 159 


1757 — 5: 275 


1757 


6 


276 


for £60,000 . 1746 3:363 


1746— 3:365 


1746 


3 


366 


1746— 3 : 440 


1747— 3:523 


1747 


3 


527 


to tell over money 1723 — 1:405 


1723— 1:407 


1723 


1 


409 


1724— 2: 8 


1724- 2: 12t 


1725 


2 


19 


1725— 2: 24 


1726— 2: 34 


1726 


2 


38 


1726 2: 53 


1727— 2: 74 


1728 


2 


132 


1728— 2 : 135 


1729— 2:167 


1729 


2 


168 


1731— 2:339 


1731— 2:346 


1732 


2 


369 


1732— 2 : 373 


1733— 2:381 


1734 


2 


401 


1734— 2 : 402 


1734_ 2:423 


1735 


2 


439 


1735— 2:445 


1736— 2 : 458 


1737 


2 


477 


1737— 2 : 479 


1738 2 : 531 


1738 


2 


532 


1738— 2:533 


1738— 2:534 


1738 


2 


535 


1740 2 : 549 


1742— 3: 41 


1743 


3 


51 


1745— 3 : 292 


1746— 3:323 


1746 


3 


328 


1746 3 : 332 


1747— 3:505 


1747 


3 


515 


1747— 3:516 


1748— 4: 89 


1748 


4 


90 


1752— 4:252 


1753— 4:364 


1753 


4 


365 


1754— 4:412 


1754— 4:416 


1754 


4 


422 


17,54— 4 : 423 


1754— 4:426 


1754 


4 


427 


1754— 4 : 430 


1754— 4 : 431 


1754 


4 


436 


1754— 4 : 439 


1754— 4 : 440 


1754 


4 


441 


1754— 4 : 442 


1754— 4 : 442* 


1754 


4 


443 


1754— 4 : 445 


1754— 4:445* 


1755 


5 


60 


1755— 5 : 61 


1755 5: 70 


1756 


5 


71 


• 1756— 5 : 72 


1 756 — 5 : 73 


1756 


5 


74 


1756— 5 : 77 


1756— 5: 78 


1756 


5 


80 


1756 5: 81 


1756— 5: 83 


1756 


5 


84 


1756— 5 : 86 


1756— 5: 87 


1 756 


5 


183 


17;-,6— 5:189 


1756— 5: 190 


1 756 


5 


191 


1756— 5 : 193 


1756— 5 : 194 


1757 


5 


196 


1757— 5 : 202 


1757— 5 : 204 


1757 


5 


2(16 


1757— 5:207 


1757— 5 : 210 


1757 


5 


214 



76 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


COMMITTEE, — {rontinncd) : 










to tell over money 1757 — 5 : 304 


1758— 5 : 310 


1758 


. 6 


317 


1758— : 318 


1758— 5 : 324 


1758 


5 


325 


1758 5 : 332 


1758— 5 : 336 


1758 


6 


339 


1758— 5 : 341 


1758— 5 : 350 


1758 


5 


357 


175H— 5 : 359 


175H— 5:370 


1758 


5 


384 


1758— 5 : 390 


1758— 5:391 


1758 


5 


401 


1768— 5:408 


1758— 5 : 410 


1758 


5 


445 


1758— 5 : 452 


1758— 5:453 


1758 


6 


456 


1759 — 5 : 457 


1759— 5:461 


1759 


5 


463 


1759 5 : 404 


1759— 5 : 467 


1759 


5 


471 


1759— 5:480 


1759— 5 : 481 


1760 


6 


494 


1700— 5 : 499 


1700— 0: 11 


1760 


6 


86 


1700— 6 : 41 


1700— 0: 43 


1760 


6 


46 


1700— G: 47 


1700— 6 : 48 


1760 


6 


49 


1760— 6 : 51 


1760— 6: 52 


1760 


6 


60 


1700 6: 01 


1700— 6: 62 


1760 


6 


70 


1760— 0: 71 


1760— 6: 77 


1700 


6 


79 


1760— 0: 87 


1701— 0:168 


1701 


6 


109 


1701— : 170 


1701— 6:177 


1701 


6 


194 


1702— 0:240 


1702— 6:243 


1702 


6 


251 


1702— 0:202* 


1762— 6:289 


1762 


6 


290 


1702— 0:294 


1702— 0:295 


1762 


6 


296 


1702— G : 310 


1702— 6:311 


1763 


6 


334 


1703— : 357 


176;^ 6 : 361 


1763 


6 


371 


1704— : 387 


1764— 6:389 


1764 


6 


404 


1704— : 424 


1765— : 466 


1765 


6 


408 


1705— 7 : 8 


1765— 7 : 10 


1766 


7 


90 


1700— 7 : 100 


1706— 7 : 110 


1767 


7 


118 


1708— 7 : 185 


170S 7:201 


1768 


7 


244 


17GS— 7 : 248 


1708— 7 : 249 


1768 


7 


253 


1708— 7 : 202 


1708— 7 : 200 


1768 


i 


271 


1708— 7 : 278 


1709— 7 : 335 


1770 


7 


340 


1770— 7 : 343 


1770— 8: 1 


1770 


8 


4 


1770— 8: 6 


1770— 8 : 44 


1771 


8 


07 


1771— 8: 08 


1771— 8: 81 


1771 


8 


92 


1771— 8:109 


1771— 8 : 110 


1772 


8 


121 


on burning bills .... 


1718— 1:222 


1718 


1 


223 


1719— 1:239 


1720— 1:250 


1721 


1 


271 


1723— 1 : 375 


1723— 1:405 


1723 


1 


407 


1724— 1:415 


1724— 1 : 421 


1724 


2 


8 


1725— 2 : 20 


1742— 2 : 051 


1742 


2 


652 


17o3— 4 : 285 


1753— 4:340 


1763 


4 


841 


to consult for sinking paper bills 


. • 


1769 


7 


282 


on sinking bills of credit 


■ • • 


1770 


8 


41 


for redemption of treasurer's notes 


1772— 8:12S 


1772 


8 


130 




1773— 8 : 137 


1774 


8 


193 


to take security for certain debt to pi 


•ovincc 


1707 


7 


166 


to examine account for arresting counterfeiters 


1705 


i ('^ 


443 


on money granted l)y parliament 


• • - 


1752 


4 


274 


to draw bills of exchange 


• 


: 1754 


4 


466 


1754— 4 : 482 


1755— 4 : 499 


1755 


4 


644 


1755 — 5 : 1 


1755— 5: 11 


1755 


5 


19 


1755_ 5 : 20 


1755— 5: 31 


urn 


5 


32 


1755— 5: 35 


1750— 5 : lOS 


1758 


5 


328 


1758— 5 : 359 


1758—^:365 


1758 


5 


413 


1759— 5 : 490 


1759— : 17 


1759 


6 


23 


1760— 6: 40 


1700— 6: 47 


1700 


6 


64 


1700— 6 : 66 


1760— 6: 89 


1760 


1 6 


98 


1760— 6 : 108 


1760— 6:118 


1761 


6 


127 


1762— 6 : 269 


1763— 6:311 


1763 


6 


368 



Province of ISTew Hampsuire, 1711-1775. 



77 



COMMITTEE, — {continued) : 

to draw bills of exchange 

1764— (i : ;).S7 17G4— 

17«5_ 6:431 1765— 

176;")- 7: 9 17G7— 

1767— 7 : 122 1767— 

1768- 7 : 186 1768— 
1768— 7 : 200 1768— 
1770— 7 : o42 1770— 
1772— 8 : 130 1773— 



6:420 

6 : 437 
7:113 

7:123 

7 : 193 
7:217 
7:356 
8:151 



to examine accounts of committee to draw bills on 



agent 



1760— 

1767— 

1768— 

1770— 
to set prices, etc. 
to ascertain value of money, etc. 
to settle and determine diftereuce of money 

1753- 



6: 49 
7:122 
7:196 
7 : 356 



1760- 
1768- 
1770- 
1770- 



6 

7 
7 

7 



66 
180 
339 
857 



1742— 2 : 641 



establisliing value of money 



to examme muster 



-rolls, etc. 
1723— 1 
1745— 3 
1745— 3 
1746— 
1746— 
1752— 
1755— 
1757— 
1758— 



1759- 



1760— 
1760— 
1760— 
1761— 
1762— 
1762— 
1763— 
1763— 6:340 
to audit commissary's accounts 
on soldiers' wages kept back . 
to examine paymaster's accounts 



398 

124 

162 

390 

444 

265 

94 

5 : 299 

5:441 

467 

48 

70 

85 

204 

253 

259 

330 



5 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6: 

6: 

6; 



1722— 
1724— 
1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1749— 
1755— 
1756— 
1758— 
1759— 
1760— 
1760— 
1760— 
1761— 
1762 — 
1762— 
1763— 
1763— 
1763— 
1746— 



o : 

5: 

G: 

6: 

6: 

6: 

(] 

6 

6 

6 

6 

3 



360 

356 
6 
156 
237 
399 
164 
57 
177 
318 
461 

59 
71 
:132 
:240 
:255 
:312 
: oo4 
: 360 
:415 



1761— 
1762— 

to examine muster-master's account 1765 — 
to examine committee-of-war's accounts . 



6:124 
6 : 288 
6:455 



1759— 5 : 482 1759— 5 : 493 
1761— 6 : 224 1761— 6 : 225 
1763— 6 : 332. 1764— 6 : 398 

on paying for defence of frontiers . 

1747— 4: 40 1747— 
1747— 4: 48 1747— 
on accounts of Canada and Crown Point expeditions 
(.see also Committee of war, above) 

1758- 

1760- 6 : 56 1760— 6 : 57 
to examine account of sale of Canada stores 

1765— 6:467 
to examine Captain Cochran's account, etc. 

1772— 8:120 
on Colonel Goffe's accounts 



o 

6: 

6: 

4: 
4: 



44 
49 



442 



TEAR. 



1764 
1765 
1767 
1767 
1768 
1770 
1770 
1773 

1760 
1767 
1768 
1770 
1773 
1722 
1742 

1756 
1769 
1722 
1725 
1745 
1745 
1746 
1752 
1755 
1756 
1758 
1759 
1760 
1760 
1760 
1761 
1762 
1762 
1763 
1763 
1763 
1746 
1747 
1761 
1762 
1765 
1759 
1761 
1763 
1764 
1747 
1747 
1747 

1747 
1760 
1760 

1766 

1773 
1761 



VOL. 



6 
6 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
8 



7 
7 
7 
8 
1 
2 



7 
1 
2 

3 

O 

3 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
3 
3 
6 
6 
6 
5 
6 
6 
6 
4 
4 
4 

3 
6 
6 



8 
6 



PAGE. 



424 
448 
121 
165 
196 
339 
357 
155 

47 
113 
194 
342 
152 
350 
645 

187 

283 

359 

23 

*159 

293 

406 

264 

61 

187 

323 

464 

46 

67 

74 

190 

247 

258 

327 

339 

362 

436 

465 

132 

289 

456 

480 

145 

327 

399 

39 

46 

51 

487 

55 

118 

468 

146 
134 



78 



Index to Journals of House of tvEPRESENXAXiVES, 





YEAH. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


COMMITTEE, — (routiuucd) : 








to exiuniiK' aocouiit of Colonel Meserve . 


1758 


5 


366 


to investig^ate Captain Sloper's accounts . 


1745 


3 


202 


on method of vatiiio; 

to (haw u]) silieuiilc of what is (leemed ratable 


1770 


8 


3 








estate ......... 


1773 


8 


1.36 


to examine the invoices ...... 


1742 


2 


661 


on inventories ........ 


1773 


8 


147 


on proportioning province tax 


1720 


1 


250 


1723— 1 : ;!1)1 1723— 1 : 392 


1724 


2 


2 


1727— 2: 71 1727— 2: 75 


1728 


2 


138 


1728— 2: 140 1761 6:207 


1761 


6 


218 


on proportioning persons unincorporated 


1742 


2 


623 


to inquire into Greenland tax . . 1762 — 6:278 


1762 


6 


282 


on taxing .settlements west of Merrimack river 


1758 


5 


374 


to decide province tax of Isles of Shoals . 


1720 


1 


247 


to take inventor}- of Starkstown . 1763 — 6:363 


1764 


6 


397 


on places omitted to be taxed, etc. .... 


1752 


4 


247 


on accounts of builders of road through Barrington, 








etc. . . 1771— 8: 87 1771— S: 88 


1771 


8 


89 


on accounts of builders of road from l)urh:im to 








Coos 1772 — 8:117 


1772 


8 


129 


on Rochester road accounts . . 1771 — ^: 64 


1771 


8 


96 


on accounts of l)oundary commission 1737 — 2 : 512 


1742 


2 


640 


on demand f)f Ichaljod l>ussell . . 1773 — 8: 136 


1773 


8 


1.37 


on certificates of niemljcrs' wages, left by deceased 








clerk 


1765 


7 


50 


to examine charges for certain criminals 


1766 


7 


54 


to examine fort committee's accounts 


1761 


6 


155 


1761— 6:159 


1772 


8 


114 


1772— 8:116 1773— 8:135 


1773 


8 


1.37 


on accounts of Daniel and Robert Towle . 


1773 


8 


139 


to examine light-house accounts .... 


1771 


8 


113 


1772— 8:117 


1774 


8 


197 


1774— 8 : 199 1774— 8 : 207 


1774 


8 


208 


to consider dcm;ui<l of George Mitchell . 


1754 


4 


442 


to examine Danii-l I'eirce's account .... 


1769 


7 


299 


on (ilaim of IVter I'rcscott ..... 


1744 


3 


109 


' to examine jirison building accounts 


1765 


6 


444 


1765— 6 : 446 


1765 


6 


447 


to examine account of committee on rejiairing state- 








house 1772— S: 12!» 


1773 


8 


141 


to examine account of Daniel Warner 


1772 


8 


129 


to draw ii]> act foi- £442 9s 9r/ 


1726 


2 


69 


to draw up act for £'500 


1724 


1 


422 


1725 2: 21 


1746 


3 


327 


to draw up act for i;60() 


1737 


2 


482 


to draw up act for £850 . . 1740— 2 : 566 


1740 


2 


568 


to draw up act for raising £1,000 . 1723— 1 : 3!l2 


1746 


3 


319 


to draw up act for £l,;i(i() 


1730 


2 


319 


to draft act for £2,000 , . 1711— 1 : :n 


1725 


2 


25 


to draw up act for £1,000 . . 1747— 4 : 55 


1747 


4 


68 


to draw uj) vote for £(;,000 . . 1745— 3 : 206 


1745 


3 


210 


to draw up act for £.s. (100 


1745 


3 


281 


to draw up act for £10,000 


1745 


3 


134 


1 745-? 3: 141 


1745 


3 


144 


to draw uj) act for £12,500 


1753 


4 


316 


to draw up act for .€15,(100 . . 17:^5-2:441 


1736 


2 


460 


1756— 5 : 192 


1759 


6 


479 


to draft act on fin.anccs 


1716 


1 


169 


to prepaie bill about paper currency 


1756 


6 


161 



Pkovince of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



79 



COMMITTEE, — {continued) : 

to draw up act defeiTing payment till 1721 
to form act for printing bills of credit, to be sent 
home, for royal ai^probation .... 

to draw up bill for supply of treasury 17oo — 2 : 446 
to prepare vote for new emission .... 

to draw up act against counterfeiting bills of credit 
to draw vip act against forgery .... 

to draw up triennial election act . 1723 — 1 : 402 

1727— 2 : 106 
to prepare bill for electing assemblymen 

1762— 6 : 263 
to prepare act on sending representatives 
to draft bankrupt act . . . 1715 — 1 : 130 
to draw up act for registering births, etc. 
to draw up act for admeasurement of boards . 
to draft act on book debts ..... 

to prepare act obliging bori'owers to pay state loan 

to draw up act against cards, dice, pin-playing, and 

shuffle-board ....... 

to draw up act against cards, dice, and other gaming 
to prej^are act on confessing judgment before jus- 
tices, etc. '........ 

to draw up act confirming vote of convention about 
Canada exjiedition ...... 

to draw up act settling constable's watch 

to draw up act on sui3pl3ing vacancy in office of 

constable 

to draw ujj county act ...... 

1755— 4:511 
to prepare bill on counties and courts 1769 — 7 : 320 
to draft bill changing sessions of court of apjjeals . 
to draw up scheme about court of appeals 
to prepare act on court of appeals .... 

to draft act on courts 

to make addition to act of criminal olfenders, to 
prevent riots ....... 

to amend act preventing damages by hoi'ses . 
to prepare bill restraining disorders, etc. . 
to draw up excise act 



TEAR. 



VOL. 



to prepare fee table 



1732— 2 : 369 
1752— 4:239 
1758— 5 : 406 



1723— 
1745— 
17.53— 
1762— 



403 
211 
293 
273 

33 

53 

52 

136 

170 



1742— 3: 30 1742— 3 

1742— 3: 35 1743— 3 

1743— 3 : 73 1760- 6 
1767— 7 : 127 1767— 7 
1767— 7 : 156 1767— 7 

to revive act on fences and highways 

to draw up act regulating ferries 

to i^repare act establishing fines 

to prepare act on fines and forfeitures 

to prepare act on highways 

to ])re])are road act ..... 

to draft act regulating the fisher}- 

to draft act for curing and culling of fish 

to pre})are a bill for fish law 

to draw up forms of oaths, writs, summons, etc. 

for drawing up a resolve concerning fort Dummer 



1710 

1721 
1735 
1761 
1738 
1771 
1727 
1727 
1762 
1762 
1774 
1715 
1727 
1752 
1716 
1756 

1718 
1721 

1770 

1746 
1715 

1743 
1755 
1759 
1769 
1717 
1728 
1774 
1752 

1721 
1721 
1761 
1721 
1725 
1745 
1755 
1768 
1730 
1742 
1743 
1766 
1767 
1773 
1748 
1752 
1770 
1772 
1757 
1771 
1718 
1723 
1757 
1716 
1745 



1 

2 
6 
2 
8 
2 
2 
6 
6 
8 
1 
2 
4 
1 
5 

1 

1 



3 

1 

3 
4 

6 
7 
1 
2 



1 
1 
6 
1 
2 
3 
4 
7 
2 
3 
3 
7 
7 
8 
4 
4 
8 
8 
5 
8 
1 
1 
5 
1 
3 



PAGE. 



170 

281 
447 
150 
533 
71 
105 
107 
257 
275 
203 
131 
109 
266 
143 
186 

217 
267 

45 

377 
133 

49 
505 

23 
325 
210 
127 
203 
230 

269 

269 

138 

286 

24 

219 

510 

235 

326 

34 

62 

95 

150 

136 

73 

258 

1 

123 

213 

80 

221 

408 

221 

181 

178 



80 



Index to Jouiixals of House of Kki'hksentatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


COMiMITTEE,— {continual) : 








to draw act on ix'i):iiriii<^ fort William and Mary 


1744 


3 


99 


to draw up act to jjrevoiit .supplying French or 








Spanisli with arms ...... 


1711 


3 


90 


to draw act for orovernor's salary . 172'J — 2 : 153 


1730 


2 


318 


to draw liill for impost, etc. . . . • . 


17.06 


5 


85 


to form act prohiliitin<^ trade and commerce with 








eastward Indians 


1721 


1 


297 


to prepare bill on division of certain land 


1745 




295 


on revision of laws 


1711 


1 


2 


1711— 1: S 


1714 


1 


84 


1715— 1:132 171C.— 1 : ICO 


171(5 


1 


181 


1717— 1 :202 172;'— 1: 110 


1720 


2 


43 


to prepare lijjht act ....... 


1774 


8 


197 


to draw vote about the lines . . 172'J — 2: 117 


1729 


2 


149 


to draw objections to act of Massachusetts about the 








lines 


i7;;i 


2 


338 


to draw up act against law-suits on lines 


1731 


2 


342 


to draw up law for relief of inhabitants north of 








Ilazen and Mitchell lines, and inhabitants of the 








king's lands .... 174:3 — 3 : 58 


1743 


3 


69 


to draw up act on military fines .... 


1740 


2 


552 


to i)repare aildilion to miiitia act . 1711 — 3: 89 


• 1756 


5 


171 


to draft militia act 


1770 


8 


57 


to draw u]) act on pedlers' tax ..... 


1721 


1 


284 


to draw up act for relief of poor jirisoners for debt 








1745— 3 : 107 


1745 


3 


217 


to amend act easing prisoners for debt 


1774 


8 


169 


to draw up act against jjrofane cursing, etc. . 


1752 


4 


257 


to prepare jiroprietary act . . 1774 — 8:203 


1774 


8 


204 


to draw up act for choice of recorder 1743 — 3 : 48 


1745 


3 


126 


1745— 3 : 197 


1745 


3 


207 


to draft vote on records of deeds, etc. 


1752 


4 


227 


on repealing riot act ... 1727 — 2 : lUH 


1727 


2 


109 


to draw up act for observing the Sabbath 


1747 


3 


514 


175(;— 5: 81 


1774 


8 


204 


to draft grammar-school act 


1721 


1 


260 


to draw up act on shingles and pork 


1743 


3 


51 


, to draw up act for snow-shoes, etc 


1745 


3 


113 


to form bill to enable William Stiles & Co. to bring 








forward appeal ....... 


1720 


1 


260 


to prepare liill limiting taverns .... 


1758 


5 


420 


to prepare ijill regulating taverns .... 


1701 


6 


147 


to diaw up scheme for assessment of towns, etc. 


1727 


2 


71 


1727— 2: 76 


1727 


2 


76 


to dr;i\v up tax ;ici .... 1729 — 2:140 


1729 


2 


150 


to i)repare bill for calling in outstanding debts to 








treasury 


1702 


(i 


292 


to prepare act to aid treasurer in collecting taxes . 


1708 


7 


209 


to consider and form valuation act . 1773^ — 8: 137 


1773 


8 


138 


to get act drawn for taxing How .... 


1755 


4 


501 


to draw up land tax act 


1755 


5 


52 


to draw up act for tax on province lands . 


1755 


4 


5(j3 


to prejjarc bill for taxing nnincori)orated ]>l:icc> 


1742 


2 


624 


to i)reparc bill for assessment of taxes of certain 








unincorporated i)laecs ...... 


1702 


6 


278 


to draw up act eiudding new towns, north of line, 








to make rates ....... 


1743 


3 


49 


to draw up act on districts for tax .... 


1753 


4 


292 


to ])repare l)ill remitting (Quakers' tax 


I7r,i 





131 


to draw up act about will of (ieorge Vaughan 


172'.* 


2 


150 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



81 





TEAE. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


COMMITTEE, — {continued) : 










to draw up bill for volunteers, etc 


., against the 








Indian enemy .... 


1722— 1:343 


1745 


3 


265 


to draw up plan of war . 


. 


1744 


3 


89 


to draw up vote to raise money to carry on Louis- 








burg exi)edition .... 


1745 3 : 131 


1745 


3 


132 


to prepare vote for money to garrison 


Louisburg 


1745 


3 


269 


to draw up act for commissary to Louisl)urg . . , 


1745 


3 


272 


to prepare drafts of acts necessary . 


■ • • 


1770 


7 


343 


to examine proposed acts . 


• . 


1774 


8 


193 


on address to the queen . 


1711— 1: 32 


1713 


1 


66 


on address, etc., to the king 


1716— 1:148 


1723 


1 


377 


172G— 2: 35 


1727— 2: 88 


1730 


2 


333 


1734— 2:410 


1737— 2:515 


1738 


2 


531 


1738 2 : 532 


1738— 2:533 


1740 


2 


564 


1744— 3 : 86 


1745 3 : 232 


1745 


3 


233 


1745 3 : 236 


1745— 3 : 255 


1745 


3 


261 


1745— 3 : 285 


1745 3 : 286 


1746 


3 


310 


1746 3 : 317 


1749— 4 : 133 


1749 


4 


146 


1753— 4:361 


1755 — 5 : 51 


1758 


5 


425 


1758 5 : 427 


1761— 6:152 


1761 


6 


182 


1768— 7 : 244 


1768— 7 : 262 


1768 


7 


263 


on address to king and parliament . 


• • ■ 


1766 


7 


60 




1766 7: 73 


1766 


7 


96 


to address king and lords commissioners . 


1736 


2 


469 


to deprecate the king's censure of 


the governor. 








conditionally .... 


• 


1745 


3 


213 


on petition to king, for redress 


> 


1770 


7 


358 


on governor's address, etc. 


1717— 1:208 


1719 


1 


233 


1722— 1:312 


1722— 1:335 


1722 


1 


336 


1729— 2 : 144 


1730— 2 : 311 


1730 


2 


324 


1731— 2 : 339 


1731— 2:350 


1732 


2 


366 


1738— 2 : 379 


1734— 2:400 


1734 


2 


421 


1735 2 : 439 


1736— 2:458 


1737 


2 


477 


1737— 2:496 


1738— 2 : 530 


1740 


2 


546 


1742— 2:616 


1742— 2 : 649 


1742 


2 


650 


1742— 3: 30 


1743— 3: 47 


1743 


3 


63 


1743— 3: 67 


1744— 3: 88 


1745 


3 


123 


1745— 3 : 197 


1746— 3 : 327 


1746 


3 


360 


1746— 3:361 


1746 3:362 


1746 


3 


363 


1746— 3:427 


1748— 4: 71 


1752 


4 


225 


1752— 4:237 


1754— 4:393 


1754 


4 


471 


1754— 4 : 474 


1755— 4:521 


1755 


4 


524 


1755— 4 : 527 


1755— 5 : 47 


1756 


5 


154 


1756— 5 : 157 


1756— 5 : 159 


1756 


5 


170 


1756— 5 : 174 


1756— 5 : 177 


1756 


5 


180 


1756— 5 : 183 


1756— 5 : 184 


1756 


5 


192 


1757— 5 : 302 


1758— 5:311 


1758 


5 


363 


1758 5 : 364 


1758— 5:366 


1758 


5 


444 


1758— 5:454 


1761— 6:121 


1761 


6 


125 


1762— 6 : 239 


1762— 6 : 243 


1762 


6 


247 


1762— 6 : 249 


1762— 6:264 


1765 


7 


2 


1765 — 7 : 5 


1765— 7 : 41 


1765 


7 


44 


17G6— 7 : 101 


1766— 7 : 102 


1766 


7 


104 


1767— 7:126 


1767— 7 : 127 


1768 


7 


228 


1768— 7 : 236 


1768— 7 : 240 


1774 


8 


189 


1774— 8:190 


1775— 8:222 


1775 


8 


223 


on governor's message 


• • • 


1734 


2 


416 




1737— 2:494 


1745 


3 


149 


1745— 3:161 


1745— 3 : 168 


1746 


3 


422 


1749— 4: 110 


1749— 4 : 165 


1755 


4 


507 



11 



82 



Index to Journals of 11uu.sk i>f Ki:i'uesentatives, 



[ 


YEAR. 


VOL. 


FAOE. 


coM^urvi:E,—(co7ituniui) ■. 










on <^ovc'niur\s iuessa«;e 










1755— 5: 51 


1755— 5: 56 


1755 


5 


58 


175;»— 5 : 02 


1756— 5: 74 


1756 


5 


78 


1756- 5 : <J8 


1756— 5: 99 


1756 


5 1 


100 


17o6_ n:l01 


1756 5:105 


1756 


5 


109 


1756 5:113 


1756— 5:115 


1756 


5 


119 


1756— 5 : 125 


1756— 5 : 126 


1756 


5 


166 


1756 5:167 


1757— 5 : 228 


1757 


5 


230 


17o7— 5 : 233 


1757— 5:234 


1757 


5 


242 


1757— 5 : 243 


1757— 5 : 246 


1757 


5 


249 


1757— 5:255 


1757— 5 : 256 


1757 


5 


286 


1757— 5 : 287 


1757— 5 : 288 


1757 


5 


291 


1757 — 5: 293 


1758— 5 : 387 


1759 


5 


484 


1759— 5:485 


1759— 5 : 486 


1759 


6 


18 


1759— 6: 27 


1760— 6 : 34 


1760 


6 


38 


1760— 6: 42 


1760— 6: 43 


1760 


6 


44 


1760— 6: 45 


1760— 6: 50 


1760 


6 


61 


1760— 6: 52 


1760 6 : 107 


1761 


6 


171 


1761— 6:180 


1761— 6 : 181 


1761 


6 


184 


1762— 6 : 288 


1762— 6 : 289 


1762 


6 


292 


1762— 6 : 298 


1762— 6:300 


1762 


6 


307 


176;^— 6:357 


176:3— 6 : 373 


1764 


6 


383 


1764— 6:384 


1764— 6 : 387 


1764 


6 


389 


1764— 6 : 394 


1765— 6 : 453 


1765 


7 


21 


1765— 7 : 22 


1770 7 : 341 


1770 


8 


40 


1770— 8: 43 


1771— 8: 77 


1771 


8 


79 


1771— 8:108 


1772— 8 : 124 


1773 


8 


135 


on governor's reception . 


1727— 2: 83 


1728 


2 


118 


1728— 2:119 


1728 2 : 128 


1728 


2 


130 


1730 2 : 174 


1766— 7 : 104 


1768 


7 


213 


to confer with the governor, etc. 


• ■ • 


1722 


1 


338 




1722— 1:340 


1722 


1 


341 




1734_ 2:424 


1742 


2 


634 


1743— 3: 47 


1743— 3: 72 


1744 


3 


89 


1744— 3 : 94 


1745— 3 : 151 


1745 


3 


230 


1745 3 : 250 


1745— 3 : 254 


1746 


3 


320 


1752— 4 : 219 


1754— 4:452 


1754 


4 


458 


1754 4 : 470 


1755— 5 : 44 


1756 


6 


114 


1756— 5:124 


1756— 6 : 125 


1756 


6 


137 


1756— 5 : 162 


1757— 5:215 


1758 


5 


323 


1758— 5 : 325 


1758— 5 : 356 


1758 


5 


451 


1760— 6: 80 


1761— 6 : 161 


1761 


6 


162 


1761— 6:219 


176;J— 6 : 340 


1763 


6 


356 


1764— 6:386 


1764— 6:392 


1764 


6 


409 


1764— 6:421 


1764 6 : 422 


1764 


6 


423 


1765— 6 : 440 


1765— 6 : 456 


1765 


7 


2 


176.5— 7 : 26 


17(!6— 7 : 64 


1767 


7 


126 


1767— 7 : 128 


1767— 7:162 


1 1768 


7 


233 


1768— 7 : 235 


176H— 7:260 


I 1770 


8 


51 


1772— 8:116 


1773— 8: 148 


1774 


8 


165 


1774— 8:166 


1775— 8 : 220 


1775 


8 


222 


on governor's house . 


. 


1743 


8 


69 


1743 3: 75 


1744_ 3 : 85 


1752 


4 


244 


1752— 4 : 245 


1752— 4 : 247 


1752 


4 


260 


1752— 4 : 262 


1754— -4: 430 


1754 


4 


437 


1754— 4:441 


1754— 4:450 


1754 


4 


463 


17,54— 4:460 


1754— 4 : 461 


1 756 


6 


191 


1756 5:193 


1757— 5 : 254 


1757 


5 


268 


1757— 5 : 284 


1757— 5 : 285 


1757 


5 


307 


1759 6: 10 


1770— 8: 51 


1771 


8 


72 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



83 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


COMMITTEE, — (coriiinued) : 










on lieutenant-governor's address 


. 


1721' 


1 


292 


1721— 1:301 


1722— 1:332 


1722 


1 


340 


1722— 1:351 


1723 1:379 


1724 


1 


413 


1724— 2: 1 


1726— 2 : 40 


1726 


2 


51 


1727— 2 : 102 


1728— 2:127 


1729 


2 


166 


to draw up address to lords commissioners 


1734 


2 


417 


to address Lord Dartmouth 


. 


1773 


8 


139 


to answer Virginia and Rhode Islan 


d letters . 


1773 


8 


167 


on addresses laid before general as 


5embly 


1746 


3 


317 


on block house at Winipisioke pone 


. 


1722 


1 


344 




1722— 1:345 


1722 


1 


347 


on fort Dummer 


. 


1744 


3 


83 


1744— 3: 86 


1744— 3 : 87 


1745 


3 


163 


1745 3 : 234 


1747— 4 : 19 


1753 


4 


352 


on fort William and Mary 


• • • • 


1711 


1 


26 


1711— 1: 27 


1712— 1: 51 


1715 


1 


111 


1710- 1:159 


1716— 1:160 


1718 


1 


226 


1718— 1:227 


1718 1 : 228 


1721 


1 


276 


1723— 1:384 


1723— 1:385 


1723 


1 


386 


1723 1 : 387 


1727— 2: 68 


1727 


2 


73 


1727— 2 : 107 


1735— 2:440 


1737 


2 


480 


1737— 2 : 494 


1740— 2:561 


1742 


2 


626 


1742— 2 : 648 


1744— 3: 93 


1744 


3 


97 


1744— 3: 98 


174.5_ 3 : 124 


1745 


3 


*159 


1745— 3 : 161 


1745 3 : 162 


1745 


3 


163 


1745— 3 : 222 


1745— 3 : 223 


1745 


3 


247 


1745 3 : 297 


1746— 3 : 319 


1746 


3 


329 


1746— 3:340 


1746— 3 : 347 


1746 


3 


412 


1747_ 3 : 477 


1748— 4: 87 


1755 


4 


538 


1757— 5 : 252 


1757— 5 : 256 


1757 


5 


257 


1758— 5 : 376 


1758— 5 : 393 


1758 


5 


412 


1758— 5 : 443 


1759— 6: 7 


1759 


6 


8 


1759— 6 : 10 


1759— 6 : 11 


1760 


6 


111 


1760 6 : 118 


1761— 6 : 155 


1761 


6 


159 


1762— 6:303 


1762— 6:304 


1771 


8 


60 


1771— 8: 62 


1771— 8: 63 


1771 


8 


66 


1771— 8: 72 


1771— 8:113 


1772 


8 


• 124 


1772— 8 : 128 


1772— 8:130 


1773 


8 


135 


of militia on garrisons 


. 


1722 


1 


346 


on stores, provisions, etc. 


.... 


1711 


1 


31 


1725 2: 16 


1725— 2: 17 


1745 


3 


222 


1745— 3:271 


1745 3 : 272 


1745 


3 


280 


1745— 3:281 


1745— 3 : 282 


1745 


3 


285 


1747— 4: 35 


1752— 4:246 


1752 


4 


248 


1752— 4 : 249 


1759— 5 : 482 


1759 


5 


493 


1759— 6 : 8 


1759— 6: 12 


1760 


6 


105 


1761— 6 : 133 


1763 6 : 372 


1770 


8 


32 


on gaol, prison, etc. 


• 


1715 


1 


101 




1715— 1 : 121 


1718 


1 


226 


1718— 1:227 


1718 1 : 228 


1719 


1 


238 


1724— 1:426 


1727— 2: 89 


1728 


2 


135 


1731— 2:359 


1734— 2:411 


1735 


2 


440 


1737— 2:480 


1737— 2:494 


1740 


2 


553 


1742— 2:645 


1745— 3 : 244 


1746 


3 


405 


1747— 3:487 


1747— 3:522 


1747 


4 


20 


1752— 4 : 277 


1753_ 4:342 


1753 


4 


343 


1753— 4 : 344 


1754— 4:449 


1754 


4 


478 


1754— 4:481 


1755— 4:488 


1755 


4 


523 


1755 4:530 


1755 4 : 566 


1756 


5 


69 


1756— 5 : 184 


1756— 5 : 185 


1757 


5 


300 



84 



Index to Journals of House of I\epresentatives, 





1 

YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAOB. 


COM^riTTEE.— (rontimicd) : 










on L:;aol, prison, etc. 










1758— 5:394 


1759— 6: 6 


1765 


6 


440 


17(;5_ 0:444 


17(i5— 6:446 


1765 


6 


447 


1765— 7 : 42 


17G.'->_ 7 : 43 ; 


1765 


7 


46 


1766— 7 : 94 


1766 7: 99 


1767 


7 


121 


1768— 7 : 236 


1770— 8: 6 


1770 


8 


13 


1770 8: 49 


1771— 8: 90 


1771 


8 


101 


1774— 8:195 


1774— 8:197 


1774 


8 


201 


on province lines, etc. (^aec also Commissionirs) . \ 


1713 


1 


66 




1716— 1 : 155 


1716 


1 


156 


1716— 1 : 164 


1718— 1:223 


1719 


1 


233 


1719— 1:242 


1720 1 : 248 


1724 


2 


9 


1726 2: 57 


1729- 2:163 


1730 


2 


316 


1730— 2 : 322 


1730— 2:323 


1730 


2 


327 


1731— 2:343 


1731— 2:344 


1731 


2 


347 


17;ll_ 2:348 


1731- 2:352 


1731 


2 


354 


17;U— 2 : 355 


1731— 2 : 359 


1731 


2 


360 


1731— 2:361 


1731— 2:362 


1737 


2 


485 


1737— 2:486 


1737— 2:492 


1737 


2 


497 


1737— 2:498 


1737— 2 : 499 


1737 


2 


600 


1737— 2:501 


1737— 2:502 


1737 


2 


503 


1737— 2 : 504 


1737— 2:505 


1737 


2 


608 


1737— 2 : 509 


1737— 2:512 


1737 


2 


614 


1737— 2:515 


1737— 2 : 516 


1737 


2 


517 


17;37_ 2 : 518 


1737— 2 : 520 


1737 


2 


521 


1737— 2 : 522 


1737— 2:523 


1737 


2 


624 


1737— 2:525 


1737— 2:526 


1742 


2 


616 


1742— 2:634 


1742— 2 : 644 


1742 


2 


660 


1743— 3: 62 


1745— 3 : 243 


1745 


3 


261 


on con-espondenco, etc., with agents at court . 


1723 


1 


412 


1726 2: 44 


1726— 2: 48 


1726 


2 


61 


1726— 2: 62 


1727— 2: 71 


1727 


2 


82 


1729— 2:164 


1734— 2:429 


1735 


2 


441 


1736— 2:460 


1736— 2 : 462 


1737 


2 


481 


1740— 2 : 548 


1740_ 2 : 558 


1742 


3 


43 


174:3_ 3: 72 


1744— 3: 76 


1746 


3 


337 


1746— 3:437 


1746— 3:439 


1746 


3 


441 


1747— 3 : 492 


1752— 4 : 243 


1752 


4 


275 


1753— 4 : 366 


1754— 4:418 


1754 


4 


♦443 


1754— 4:463 


1762— 6 : 294 


1762 


6 


306 


1764— 6:410 


1765— 6 : 452 


1768 


7 


245 


1770— 7 : 339 


1771— S: ,>S 


1771 


8 


72 


on intercolonial correspondence 


• 


1773 


8 


139 




1773 8:152 


1773 


8 


161 


1774— 8:170 


1774— 8:177 


1774 


8 


179 


1774— 8:179* 


1774— 8:181 


1774 


8 


216 


to establish bounds of Barnstead anc 


1 Chichester 


1765 


6 


433 


on town and parish bounds 


1715— 1:135 


1715 


1 


136 


1715 1 : 137 


1718— 1 : 230 


1719 


1 


240 


on bounty for catching fish, etc. 


1763 6 : 348 


1763 


6 

1 


354 


on Bow proprietary bill . 


. 


1762 

1 


6 


283 


to inspect Canterbiuy record.^ . 


. 


1774 


8 


195 


on petition of Ezra Carter 




1764 


6 


413 


on chai)lains .... 




1774 


8 


192 


on liighway from Charlestown to Bo.scawen 


1768 


7 


279 


on t'licsley and wife v. Davis . 




1766 


7 


64 


to demand books, etc., of late clerk 


• 


1715 


3 


118 




1745— 3:127 


, 1749 


4 


108 


to receive keys, etc., for new clerk 


• • • 


1765 


7 


38 


on Cochecho*nieetin£r-house 


1715— 1:101 


1715 


1 


103 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



85 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


COMMITTEE, — (continued) : 








on circumstances of colonies . . 1765 — 7 : 20 


1765 


7 


21 


on proposed colonial conference . 1765 — 7 : 21 


1765 


7 


34 


to sign resolves, etc., of general congress 


1765 


7 


38 


on petition about lands west of Connecticut river 


1772 


8 


120 


on highwa}^ to Connecticut river . 1773 — 8 : lot 


1774 


8 


169 


on Coos grants . 1752— 4 : 273 1752— 4 : 271 


1753 


4 


358 


for cutting roads to Coos 


1753 


4 


329 


to lay out road to Upper Cohass 


1768 


7 


186 


on counties . 1759— 5 : 477 1759— 5 : 47? 


; 1759 


5 


479 


1761— 6 : 142 1766— 7 : 89 


1 1767 


7 


133 


1767— 7 : 136 1767— 7 : 14£ 


i 1767 


7 


147 


1767— 7 : 148 1767— 7 : 157 


1767 


7 


159 


1767 7:162 1768 7:191 


1769 


7 


285 


1769— 7 : 286 1769— 7 : 32C 


) 1770 


8 


15 


on building court-houses, j^risons, and State-house 


1726 


2 


47 


on sessions of courts ..... 


1769 


7 


320 


to provide stove for courts .... 


1770 


8 


52 


to view ways in Derrytield .... 


1753 


4 


353 


to survey highways from Dover and Exeter to Wini- 








pisiokee pond .... 1722 — 1 : 317 


1722 


1 


323 


to locate bridges in Dover . . 1723 — 1 : 411 


1771 


8 


59 


to settle line between Dover districts 


1729 


2 


156 


1729— 2 : lee 


1729 


2 


171 


to view Dover and Sumersworth . 1743 — 3 : 7C 


) 1744 


3 


76 


to view Dover for new parish . . 1754 — 4:425 


• - 1754 


4 


448 


on Dover head-line 


1760 


6 


47 


to hear and exaniine Durham matters 




1758 


5 


386 


on line between Durham and Nottingham 




1759 


6 


18 


on bounds of Durham, new parish . 




1766 


7 


55 


on road from Durham Falls to Lower Cohass 




1772 


8 


117 


on bridge over Exeter river, in Newmarket 




1747 


3 


469 


to take a view of Exeter, new parish 




1755 


4 


532 


on fines, in laws 




1767 


7 


148 


on place of meeting for general assembly, etc 










1752— 4 : 24C 


) 1752 


4 


244 


to sum up affairs before the house . 


1743 


3 


73 


on seating members . . . 1756 — 5 : 92 


1756 


5 


95 


on adjournment, " governor too busy to see them " 


1761 


6 


195 


on thanks to late speaker .... 


1766 


7 


99 


on petitions concerning new members 


1775 


8 


222 


on stove for assembly . . . 1771 — 8 : 10£ 


1 1771 


8 


110 


on galleries for same . . . 1772 — 8:11? 


i 1774 


8 


196 


to divide lands of Benjamin Gilman, etc. 


1754 


4 


377 


to ascertain limits of Greenland and Bloody Point 


1714 


1 


80 


on line between Hampton Falls and Seabrook . 


1768 


7 


212 


on dividing line of Hampton Falls parishes 


1768 


7 


234 


on location of Hampton Falls meeting-house 








1770— 8: It 


) 1770 


8 


46 


on memorial of Thomas Hutchinson 


1748 


4 


61 


on printing journals 1745 — 3 : 161 1768 — 7 : 256 


) 1768 


7 


279 


on memorial of superior court judges 1740 — 2 : 66t 


> 1740 


2 


566 


on celebrating the king's birthday . 


1772 


8 


125 


on petition of John King .... 


1772 


8 


117 


to fix line in Kingstown ..... 


1740 


2 


553 


on line between Kingston and Chester 1761 — 6 : 19( 


) 1761 


6 


204 


to inquire about Kingston highway . 


1747 


3 


447 


on Kingston petition ..... 


1755 


4 


540 


on petition of Thomas Lannen 


1764 


6 


417 


on laws (enacting, revising, printing, etc.) 


1713 


1 


63 


1714— 1 : 74 1716 


1 : 15f 


) 1718 


1 


216 



86 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEA 11. 


VOL. 


1 

PAGE. 


COMMITTEE, — {continued) : 












on liiw.s (enacting, ruvising, printing 


, etc.) 










1746— 3 : 333 


1747— 


3 : 485* 


1748 


4 


99 


1764 4 : 394 


1754— 


4:415 


1754 


4 


449 


1758— 5 : 445 


1759— 


5 : 463 


1759 


6 


24 


1761— 6:210 


1761— 


6:221 


1762 


6 


257 


1763 6:326 


1764— 


6:416 


1764 


6 


426 


1765— 6:468 


1765— 


7: 4 


1765 


7 


6 


1765— 7 : 17 


1765 


7: 29 


1765 


7 


34 


1765— 7: 35 


1765— 


7: 47 


1766 


7 


68 


1767— 7 : 170 


1770— 


8: 3 


1771 


8 


90 


1771— 8:109 


1771— 


8:110 


1772 


8 


126 


1773— 8 : 135 


1773— 


8:142 


1773 


8 


155 


1774— 8:166 


1774— 


8:170 


1774 


8 


207 


sent to Londonderry 


, 


, 


1726 


2 


47 


on Londonderry highways 


1743- 


3: 50 


1743 


3 


64 


1756— 5: 89 


1765— 


7: 12 


1765 


7 


31 


on reception of Eurl of Loudon 


1756 


5:181 


1756 


5 


192 


on land claims of Captain Mason 


. 


. 


1746 


3 


893 


1746— 3:399 


1746 


3:400 


1746 


3 


401 


1746— 3 : 419 


1746— 


3:420 


1746 


3 


434 


1746— 3:435 


1747— 


3 : 512 


1748 


4 


98 


of Massachusetts legislature on N 


3W Hampshire 








quota for war .... 


, 


, , 


1755 


4 


531 


on petition of George Mesen^e 


, 


^ 


1766 


7 


87 


to print military drill-book [" exercise"] 












1771— 


8: 71 


1771 


8 


73 


on bridge over Nashua river . 




, 


1773 


8 


138 


on New Castle petition . 


, 


, , 


1772 


8 


123 


on way at Newington 


, 


. 


1755 


6 


38 


to locate meeting-house in New Ipswich 












1767— 


7:160 


1768 


7 


193 


on bridge over Newmarket or Exeter 


river 












1747— 


3:486 


1747 


3 


488 


on Newmarket bridge lottery . 


, 


, , 


1772 


8 


129 


on highway in Newmarket 


, 




1765 


7 


46 




176(i— 


7: 91 


1768 


7 


214 


on highways in New Town 


1756- 


5: 74 


1756 


5 


100 


, on petition of New Town 


1756— 


5: 180 


1758 


6 


332 


on annexing sundry jiarties to Newtown . 


. 


1770 


8 


2 


on l)()unds of lots in Nottingham 




, 


1765 


6 


435 




1765— 


6 : 436 


1765 


6 


439 


on memorial of Joim PenlKillow 






1729 


2 


163 


to settle bounds of IMymouth, etc. . 




. 


1771 


8 


78 


on petition of Portsmouth selectmen 


, 


. 


1718 


1 


227 


on I'ortsmouth parishes . 


, 




1720 


1 


249 


on proprietary act .... 


. 


, 


1759 


5 


462 




1762— 


6:281 


1762 


6 


287 


on province (oi ■• .-tale''") house 




, 


1752 


4 


276 


1753 4:322 


1751— 


4 : 428 


1754 


4 


429 


17or)— 5: 70 


1756— 


5: 186 


1757 


6 


307 


1760— 6: 91 


1761— 


6:143 


1761 


6 


155 


1762— 6 : 253 


1762— 


6 : 297 ' 


1763 


6 


314 


1763— 6:315 


1764— 


6 : 419 ' 


1767 


7 


118 


1770— 8: 53 


1771— 


8: 86 


1772 


8 


127 


1772— 8:129 


1773—^ : 137 


1773 


8 


141 


on i)etition of Alice Rawlins, etc. 


, 


. 1 


1755 


4 


639 


on locating Raymond meeting-house 


176K— 


7 : 277 1 


1769 


7 


311 


on recorder 


1722— 


1 : 372 


1729 


2 


149 


172;>— 2:151 


174:i— 


3: 53 ' 


1743 


3 


67 


174;3— 3 : 58 


1743 


3: 60 1 


1743 


3 


66 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



87 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


COMMITTEE, — (continued) : 










on recorder . 1744— 3 : «7 


1745— 3 : 126 


1745 


3 


212 


1745— 3 : 217 


1745 3 : 245 


1746 


3 


386 


1747— 3 : 464 


1747— 3:511 


1749 


4 


162 


1752— 4 : 229 


1755— 4 : 491 


1757 


5 


213 


1758— 5 : 330 


1759— 5 : 465 


1761 


6 


137 


1762— 6 : 242 


1762— 6 : 250 


1763 


6 


320 


1765— 6 : 442 


1765 7: 34 


1766 


7 


62 


1766— 7 : 67 


1768— 7 : 237 


1768 


7 


244 


1768— 7 : 246 


1770— 7:356 


1772 


8 


121 


1773— 8 : 140 


1773— 8 : 141 


1773 


8 


149 


1773— 8 : 150 


1771— 8 : 165 


1774 


8 


167 


1774— 8 : 202 


1774— 8 : 205 


1774 


8 


208 


to obtain schoolmaster 


> 


1724 


2 


5 


to view secretary's record 


■ * • 


1744 


3 


93 


to interview Six Nations . 


. 


1754 


4 


394 


on line between South Hamilton and Newtown 


1771 


8 


58 


about Straiford and Grafton counties 


• > • 


1773 


8 


137 


on bridge over Suncoolc and Soucook 


rivers 


1746 


3 


338 




1746— 3 : 345 


1746 


3 


435 


to make partition for Stephen Thing 


■ • . 


1767 


7 


146 


on petition of Robert Thompson 


1764— 6:409 


1764 


6 


410 


on claim of Lieutenant-Governor Vaughan's estate 


1742 


2 


634 


of war 


1746— 3:367 


1746 


3 


411 


1746 3 : 415 


1746 3 : 417 


1746 


3 


421 


1746— 3:424 


1746— 3:443 


1746 


3 


444 


1747— 3:491 


1747— 3 : 492 


1747 


3 


493 


1747— 3:500 


1747— 4: 29 


1747 


4 


38 


1747— 4: 49 


1748 4: 93 


1748 


4 


94 


1748— 4: 95 


1755 4 : 534 


1755 


4 


535 


1755 4 : 536 


1755— 5 : 1 


1755 


6 


18 


1755— 5: 20 


1755— 5: 25 


1755 


5 


26 


1755 5: 31 


1755— 5 : 32 


1756 


5 


71 


1756— 5 : 104 


1756— 5 : 110 


1756 


5 


111 


1756— 5:112 


1756— 5 : 114 


1756 


5 


141 


1756— 5 : 148 


1756— 5 : 153 


1756 


5 


189 


1756— 5 : 194 


1757— 5 : 195 


1757 


5 


196 


1757— 5 : 197 


1757— 5 : 198 


1757 


5 


205 


1757— 5 : 219 


1757— 5 : 240 


1757 


6 


248 


1758— 5 : 352 


1758 5 : 353 


1758 


5 


354 


1758— 5 : 356 


1758— 5 : 858 


1758 


5 


372 


1758 5 : 407 


1758— 5:414 


1759 


5 


480 


1759— 5:481 


1759— 6 : 482 


1759 


6 


483 


1759— 5:493 


1759— 5 : 496 


1760 


6 


49 


1760— 6 : 60 


1760 6: 51 


1760 


6 


56 


1760— 6: 87 


1760— 6 : 88 


1760 


6 


103 


1760 6 : 113 


1761— 6 : 127 


1761 


6 


130 


1761— 6 : 133 


1761— 6 : 134 


1761 


6 


135 


1761— 6 : 136 


1761— 6 : 145 


1761 


6 


187 


1761— 6 : 194 


1764— 6 : 195 


1761 


6 


197 


1761— 6:221 


1761— 6 : 224 


1761 


6 


225 


1763 6 : 318 


1763 6 : 326 


1763 


6 


327 


1763 6 : 332 


1763— 6:334 


1763 


6 


362 


1764— 6 : 398 


1764— 6 : 399 


1770 


8 


32 


on Louisburg expedition . 


1745— 3 : 128 


1745 


3 


129 


17_15_ 3 : 154 


1745— 3 : 159 


1745 


3 


tl59 


1745- 3 : 198 


1745— 3 : 199 


1745 


3 


200 


1745— 3 : 206 


1745— 3 : 226 


1745 


3 


231 


1745 3 : 232 


1745— 3 : 254 


1745 


3 


256 


1745— 3 : 259 


1745— 3:269 


• 1745 


3 


288 


1745 3 : 303 


1745— 3:305 


1746 


3 


312 



88 



Index to Journals of IIousi: of Kki'kksentativks, 





VEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


COMMITTKE, — (conlinued) : 












on houisljuig expedition 












17 It;— H.'Mi 


1746— 


3 


32S 


1716 


3 


345 


1746 :'>:'M7 


1746— 


3 


3(;(; 


1747 


3 


457 


1747— 3:45t> 


1747— 


3 


483 


1747 


3 


491 


1747— 4: 35 


1748— 


4 


87 


1748 


4 


98 


on Canada expedition 






1747 


3 


506 




1747— 


3 : 508 


1748 


4 


69 


1748— 4: 87 


1754— 


4:371 


1754 


4 


474 


on Crown Point expedition 


, 


, 


1755 


4 


634 


1755— 4:536 


1756— 


5: lis 


1756 


5 


141 


1756— 5:151 


1756— 


5 : 16.S 


1758 


5 


425 


on convention of war commissioners 






1746 


3 


848 


to prepare instructions for agents to Alljaiiy 












1756— 


5 : 142 


1756 


5 


160 


to raise new regiment for 1760 expedition 


. , 


1760 


6 ♦ 


69 


on late exi)e(litions .... 


. 


, , 


1764 


6 


407 


on memorial of Rev. Eleazer Wheelock 












1762— 


6:284 


1763 


6 


346 


COMMITTEES: 












house's right to appoint . 




, 


1744 


3 


98 


entry of, in journal of house . 




, 


1745 


3 


128 


to be under oath (see also Oaths) 


, 


. 


1746 


3 


366 


of conference 


. 


, , 


1753 


4 


345 


COMMON Cahiueu {see How, Oeorge). 












COMMON Lands {see Lands). 












COMMON Nuisances {see Nuisances) . 












COMMON ViCTUALEKS (see Tavcrn-Keejicrs). 










COMMONER : 












one from the house to attend tlie governor 


, , 


1711 


1 


12 


COMMONS (see House of Commoyis). 












COMPEAINTS {see also Sheriff) : 












of Daniel Ladd and otliers 


. 


. 


1745 


3 


273 


of Sheriff Packer .... 


. 


. 


1754 


4 


474 


about governor's nial-administration 
CONCEALING : 




. 


1774 


8 


166 












estates from assessment, penalty 




, , 


1718 


1 


220 


CONCORD : 












incorporated from Bow 


1765— 


6 : 435 


1765 


6 


436 


1765— 6:441 


1765— 


6 : 442 


1 765 


6 


443 


1765— 6 : 448 


1765— 


7: 4 


1765 


7 


6 


1765— 7 : 7 


1765— 


7: 3:5 


1765 


7 


34 


1765— 7: 41 


1765— 


7: 43 


1765 


7 


44 


Bow, not within, arrearages 


, 


, 


17(;6 


7 


86 


inventory. . 1767 — 7:161 


1768— 


7:2i;t 


1773 


8 


157 


annexing, to llillsljorough county . 


1773— 


8 : 13'.) 


1774 


8 


167 


CONCURRENT Action: 












of council and house («ee Message). 












C0NE(;A: 












head of the Merrimack 


, 


, 


1722 


1 


340 


CONFERENCE {sec also Committees, Qovernor, and New- 








bury) : 












of lieutenant-governor and council . 


. 




1715 


1 


133 


of both houses 


, 




1728 


2 


117 


1745— 3:129 


1754— 


4 : 434 


1754 


4 


470 


1755— 4:550 


1767-^ 


7:13s 


1767 


( 


140 


on riot, breaking up prison and rescuing tw 


o pris- 








oners , . 1754— 4:432 


1754— 


4 : 433 


1754 


4 


4.34 


colonial, proposed .... 


1765— 


7: 21 


1 765 


7 


34 


CONFESSING : 












judgment before justices . 


1770— 


8 


: 45 


1770 


8 


46 



Pkovince of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



89 



CONGREGATIONAL : 

meeting ......... 

CONGRESS : 

governor's presence requu'ed at the .... 

in Connecticut, sending delegates to . . . 

of the governments ....... 

of commissioners on French and Indian war 

1747— 3:501 

general, at New York (see also Cotton, John) 

1765— 7 : 38 
CONNECTICUT (see also Fitch, Talmt, and Walcott) : 

congress in ...... . 

sloops coasting between, and Now Hampshire 

good, new pork from, to be bought . 

prisoners, redemption of . 

laws, to be procured ..... 

general assembly's vote ..... 

house of representatives, correspondence with 



177- 



8:179 



CONNECTICUT River: 

part of province upon, viewed 
scouting from, to Merrymack 



1745— 3:243 



defence of 



501 

19 

: 67 

75 

206 

240 

338 

353 



1755- 

1755- 

1756- 

1756- 

1757— 

1757- 

1758— 

1758— 

provisions purchased on . 

sick soldiers on ... 

west side, inhabitants' emergencies 

west side, assisted . 
highway to, from Conway 



CONNER, David : 

petition .... 
CONNER, Jonathan [-'Connor"] 

muster-roll 
CONNER, Sekgt. Moses : 

muster-roll, etc. 
CONNER, Philip : 

claim .... 

CONSENT (see Assent). 
CONSPIRACY (see also Plot) : 

against the king 1716 — 1 : 



1755— 
1755— 
1756— 
1756— 
1757— 
1758— 
1758— 
1758— 



1772— 
1774— 
1772— 
1773— 



1746- 



144 



1716- 



CONSTABLES (.see also under names of towns) 



watch, settling 
attendance at court 



1715— 1 : 132 



Quakers, excused 

vacancy in office of, supplied . 

claim allowed .... 

refusing to serve, fine 
CONSTITUTION : 

province ..... 
CONTAGIOUS Disease (see Small-Pox). 
CONTESTED Election: 

Amherst 



17 

34 

: 71 

: 82 

236 

313 

351 

:354 



121 

170 
128 
138 



1763— 6 : 341 



431 



1723— 1:404 



1716— 1: 
1742— 3: 



1743— 3: 



147 

147 

41 

49 



1775— 8 : 236 



YEAH. 


VOL. 


1737 


2 


1711 


1 


1711 


1 


1711 


1 


1747 


3 


1766 


7 


1711 


1 


1729 


2 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 


1752 


4 


1758 


5 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1755 


5 


1755 


5 


1756 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1755 


5 


1761 


6 


1772 


8 


1772 


8 


1774 


8 


1773 


8 


1774 


8 


1763 


6 


1746 


3 


1724 


2 


1745 


3 


1723 


1 


1716 


1 


1730 


2 


1742 


3 


1731 


2 


1743 


3 


1753 


4 


1771 


8 


1775 


8 


1762 


6 



PAGE. 



491 
11 

12 
17 

504 

57 

12 
154 
444 
502 
243 
383 
170 
180 

252 

296 

18 

57 

72 

205 

239 

328 

352 

357 

17 

210 

120 

131 

182 

136 

169 

343 

532 

3 

166 

374 

150 
327 

44 
346 

51 
346 

68 

237 
256 



13 



90 



I.NDICX TO JoiKNAI.S OF lIoUSR OF !\ KPKESKNTATIVES, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


CONTESTED Election, 


— (conlimicd) : 












Atkinson . 


, 


, 


1774— 


8: 194 


1774 


8 


200 


I5;iiTin<,fl()n 


, , 


, 


. 1774— 


8 : 189 


1774 


8 


194 


J5.'dlortl . 


, , 


, 




, 


17G2 


6 


256 


Chester 


1745— 


3:116 


174.5— 


3: lis 


1749 


4 


106 




174U— 


4 : 108 


1749— 


4: 113 


1749 


4 


115 




1749— 


4:118 


1749— 


4 : 130 


1749 


4 


131 




1749— 


4 : 138 


1774— 


8: 190 


1774 


8 


196 


Dover 


• 


, 


. 1745— 


3:188 


1745 


3 


190 




1745— 


3 : 193 


1745— 


3:201 


1745 


3 


202 


Dracut 


. 


. 


. 1745— 


3:116 


1745 


3 


118 








1749— 


4 : 130 


1749 


4 


131 


Dunstable 


, 


, 


. 1749— 


4:144 


1762 


6 


240 








1762— 


6:241 


1762 


6 


243 


Durham . 


1755— 


5 : 54 


1755 — 


5: 56 


1762 


6 


247 


KxetcT 


, 


, 






1755 


5 


54 


Ihiinpsteut] 


17G2— 


6 : 256 


1774— 


8 : 194 


1774 


8 


200 


Haverhill (Mass.) 


, 


, 


. 1745— 


3:116 


1745 


3 


118 




1749— 


4:130 


1749— 


4:131 


1749 


4 


144 


Holies 


, , 


. 


. 1749— 


4: 144 


1762 


6 


240 








1762— 


6:241 


1762 


6 


243 


LitohfieUl . 


, , 


, 




, , 


1762 


6 


256 


Lomloiulcrry 


17G2— 


G : 239 


1768— 


7:261 


1771 


8 


107 




1772— 


8:114 


1774— 


8:194 


1774 


8 


200 


Merrimack 


, , 


, 


. 1749— 


4:144 


1762 


6 


256 


Alethuen . 


1745 


3:116 


1745 


3:118 


1749 


4 


130 




1749— 


4:131 


1749— 


4:139 


1749 


4 


144 


Monson 


, , 


, 


. 1749— 


4: 144 


1762 


6 


266 


New Castle 


1722— 


1:353 


1726 


2: 51 


174> 


4 


132 


Newintrton 


, 




. 1745 


3:128 


1745 


3 


129 


Newinai-kct 






. 1745 


3 : 205 


1745 


3 


219 


Nottingham 


, 








1745 


3 


157 


Nottingham West 


, , 




. 1749— 


4 : 144 


1762 


6 


266 


relhaiu . 


. 




. 1749— 


4:144 


1762 


6 


266 


Plaistcnv . 


17G2— 


6 : 256 


1774— 


8:194 


1774 


8 


200 


Portsmouth 


1745— 


3:301 


1746— 


3 : 307 


1746 


3 


311 


Rum ford . 


, 


. 


. 1749- 


4:120 


1749 


4 


180 








1749— 


4:131 


1749 


4 


144 


, Rye . . . 


. 




1726- 


2: 51 


1749 


4 


132 


Salem 


, 






, 


1762 


6 


256 


South Hampton 


^ 






, , 


1745 


3 


116 




1745- 


3:118 


1749- 


4 : 106 


1749 


4 


108 




1749— 


4: 113 


1749— 


4: 115 


1749 


4 


118 




1749— 


4 : 130 


1749— 


4: 131 


1749 


4 


138 


Windham . 


, , 




. 17GS— 


7 : 261 


1771 


8 


107 








1774 


8 : 194 


1774 


8 


200 


CONTESTED Elections: 














petitions coneoi'iiin 


a- 

■5 * 








1775 


8 


222 


CONTINGENCIES : 
















money in treasury 


for 




1743— 


3: 73 


1757 


5 


284 




1757— 


5 : 309 


1758— 


5:369 


1758 


5 


393 




1758— 


6 : 396 


1758— 


5 : 398 


1758 


5 


407 




1758— 


5 : 420 


1758 


6:421 


1758 


5 


423 




1759— 


5 : 498 


175'J— 


6: 7 


1759 


6 


10 




17G0— 


6: 91 


1761- 


6:155 


1761 


6 


166 




1701— 


G : 159 


1761^ 


r6:195 


1761 


6 


196 




17G1— 


6:214 


17G1 — 


6:215 


1761 


6 


217 




1761— 


6:218 


1761— 


6 : 225 


1762 


6 


256 




17G;]— 


6:314 


1763 


6 : 315 


1763 


f) 


317 




17G4— 


6 : 398 


17G4— 


6:401 


1764 


G 


402 




1764— 


6:403 


1764— 


6:404 


1764 


6 


405 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



91 



6 
6: 



3: 

4: 



417 
434 



462 
74 



1764— 
1765— 



1747— 
1748— 
1747— 
1763— 



419 
448 



21 
75 
21 



CONTINGENCIES, — {continued) 
money in treasury for 

1764— 
1765— 
CONTOOCOOK : 

defence of . . . 

1744— 
1748— 
petition ..... 
districted tor tax 
to return inventory to secretary 
provisions at . 
CONTRACTS: 

private, jiayment of 

CONTROVERSY : 

between governor and house 

from 1749— 4 : 107 to 1752 
unhappy, between Great Britain and her colonies . 
CONVENTION : 

of commissioners to consult on carrying on the war 
special, of both houses, on extraordinary affairs 



4:291 
1760— 6 : 86 
1755— 5 : 18 



4:205 



1746— 
1747- 



376 
453 



1756— 5 : 166 

1757— 5 : 293 
6:300 



1746— 
1755— 
17o6— 
1757 — 
1762— 



380 
4 
169 
295 
301 



1762- 

CONVEYANCES (see Deeds) . 
CONWAY : 

highway from, to Connecticut river, on the east side 



of White hills 



1772— 
1773— 



8: 128 
8:138 



1766— 7: 71 
1717— 1:212 



inventory ..... 
CONWAY, General: 

H. M. secretary- of state . 
COOK, Elisha : 

administrator .... 
COOK, John WAi/rEU, and others : 

petition ......... 

COOLING \in Gov. Bcnning Wentwortfi's opinioii] : 

members need no ... . 1749 — 4 : 150 
COOS (see also Great, Lmver and Upper Cohass) : 

grants of land in 

1752— 4 : 266 



French fort in, reported . 


, , 


, 


. 


, 


1754— 


4:454 


1754 


4 


456 


1754— 


4:463 


1754— 


4: 


470 


English fort should be at . 


, 


. 


• 


. 


roads and bridges for 


. 




. 


. 


roads to . 


, 


. 


. 


. 


1763— 


6:341 


1763 


6 


344 


1763 


6:374 


1763 


6 


375 


1763— 


6:381 


1765— 


6 


446 


1765— 


6:453 


1768— 


7 


277 


1772— 


8:117 


1772— 


8 


129 


I'oute of province forces by 


way of 




. 


• 


COOMBS (see Combs). 










COPIES (see also Drawing) : 










of papers, clerk's giving . 


. 


. 1745— 


3 


225 






1745— 


3 


:238 


COPP, Samuel: 










petition .... 


• 




• 


• 



l-EAK. 



1764 
1765 

1744 
1748 
1748 
1747 
1753 
1761 
1755 

1771 



1775 
1775 

1746 
1746 
1746 
1756 
1767 
1757 
1764 



1773 
1774 
1773 

1766 

1731 

1769 

1749 

1752 
1753 
1754 
1754 
1754 
1754 
1752 
1753 
1763 
1763 
1765 
1770 
1773 
1755 



1745 

1758 

1763 



VOL. 



6 
6 

3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
6 
5 



8 

8 

3 
3 
3 
5 
5 
5 
6 



8 
8 
8 

7 

2 

7 

4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
6 
6 
6 
7 
8 
5 



3 
5 



PAGE. 



426 
449 

97 
67 
81 
22 
292 
122 
20 

101 



237 
228 

348 
356 
383 
163 
291 
296 
383 



136 
169 
160 

82 

347 

316 

151 

265 
358 
450 
458 
472 
473 
272 
329 
345 
377 
451 
341 
136 
10 



237 
431 

364 



92 



Index to Journals of IIousk or Kepkesentatives, 





YBAB. 


VOL. 


PAOB. 


COri'S ^: Fuost: 










petition of . . . 


• 


1760 


6 


97 


rol'VIX(i: 










allowance for 


• • • • • 


1766 


7 


103 


COKN (see also Indian Corn) : 










scarcity of, in prospect 


• . . • • 


1746 


3 


424 


CORNFIELDS: 










rcjjiilated .... 


• • • ■ • 


1718 


1 


220 


COKMSlI: 










inventor}' .... 


. 17(is- 7:220 


1773 


8 


159 


CORNISH, Captain: 










of II. M. S. Sterling Castle 


■ ■ ■ • > 


1757 


6 


270 




1757— 5:271 


1758 


6 


349 


CORONERS : 










office and duty . 


• • • • ■ 


1718 


1 


220 


claim .... 


• 


1753 


4 


346 


service of execution by 


• ■ • • 


1774 


8 


169 


CORPORALS : 










wages .... 


■ • . • ■ 


1745 


3 


216 


1756— 


5:117 1757— 5:238 


1758 


5 


378 


1759— 


6 : 4 1761— 6 : 193 


1762 


6 


254 


COTTON, John : 










secretary of congress at N 


ew York 1766— 7 : 90 


1766 


7 


96 


COTTON, Solomon : 










account .... 


. 1725— 2: 12t 


1729 


2 


171 


COTTON, Timothy : 










volunteer .... 


• • • • • 


1746 


3 


403 


COTTON. William: 










house of . 


• • • • . 


1718 


1 


227 


COUNCIL (see also Chaplain, Conference, Governor, Mes- 








sage, Precedent, also under several members'' names) : 








Atkinson, Theodore. 


RindfTc Diuiiel. 








Barrel], Nathaniel. 


Kindgc, John. 








Dennet, Ephraini. 


Rogers, DanieL 








Downinj;, John. 


Sheafe, Sam tson. 








Elliot. Roijcrt. 


Sherburne, 1 enry. 








Frost, John. 


Shcrl)urM<', I enry, Jr. 








(Jerrish, Richard. 


Sherburne, Joseph. 








Oilman, Peter. 


Smith, Samuel. 








Ilunkinjx. Mark. 


Sdllcy. Samuel. 








Iluske, Ellis. 


W alilron, Richard. 








Jafl'rey, George. 


Waldron, Thomas Wk. 








Levins, Peter. 


\\'allon, Shadrach. 








Macphedris, Archibald. 


\\'arner, Daniel. 








Nevin. James. 


Warner, Jonathan. 








Newmarch, Joseph. 


Wentworth, John. 








Odiorne, Jotham. 


Wentworth. .Mark IL 








Packer. Thomas. 


Westlmiok. Thomas. 








Pcnhallow, Samuel. 


Wibird, RiL-liard. 








Plaisted, John. 










members' pay . 171o — 


1:122 1727— 2: 6S 


1731 


2 


346 


17:51- 


2:353 17.35— 2:44!) 


17:i7 




** 


485 


1742— 


2 : 628 1742— 2 : (Ji'.l 


1712 


2 


638 


1742— 


2:640 1742— 2:646 


1743 


3 


74 


174.'-> 


3:166 1745— 3:175 


1745 


3 


179 


174o— 


3:195 1745-, 3:108 


1753 


4 


313 


i7.-.;5— 


4:325 1756— 5: 145 


1758 


5 


381 


17.^.8— 


5:389 1759— 5:459 


1762 


6 


267 


17G2— 


6:269 1762— 6:282 


1762 


6 


298 


17().^— 


7: 28 1765 7: 35 


1765 


7 


39 


17G5— 


7: 41 176.^,— 7: 46 


1769 


7 


287 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



93 



COUNCIL, — {continued) 
members' paj* . 



1769— 
1769— 
1774— 



297 
323 
203 



1769- 
1769- 
1774- 



298 
329 
205 



members' oaths .... 

members increased .... 
members' attendance 

members' pm'chase of Canada stores 
clerk (see also Secretary) . 

1716— 1:166 

1717— 1:206 

1718— 1:230 
1722— 1:330 
1724— 2 : 3 

1727— 2: 77 

1728— 2 : 121 

1729— 2 : 158 
session, length of, certified 
rooms for 



1728— 2:114 



1742— 2 : 623 



1735— 2:450 



table-cloth for . 

lieutenant-governor's confidence in 

object to treasury bill 

don't give reasons to house 

to concur or give reasons . 
COUNCIL-HOUSE (see also Province and Town) : 

building a . . . 

COUNCIL OF War : 

at Louisburg 

at Alexandria . 1755 — 5 : 3 1755 — 5 

at Lake George 

at New York . 
COUNTERFEIT (.9ee also Bills of Credit) : 

bill, clerk ordered to write "counterfeit" on 

bills burnt ...... 

money, chai'ges on 

COUNTERFEITERS (see also Benefit and Money-Makers) 



1716— 
1716— 
1717— 
1722— 
1723- 
1725— 
1727— 
1728— 
1730— 



1747— 
1773— 



: 157 

:174 

:209 

:326 

:388 

18 

100 

141 

308 



:507 

139 



arresting, punishing, etc. 
1742— 
1755— 
1765— 
COUNTERFEITING : 

bills, to prevent 



money, penalty 
coin, specie, jienalty 



1738- 
1738- 



2: 
2: 



630 

15 

449 



530 
539 



1718- 
1755— 
1758— 
1769— 



1721— 
1738— 
1745— 
1768— 
1773— 
1774— 



1:231 
4:496 
5 : 360 
7:291 



COUNTERPART : 

of mortgages, delivery 
COUNTIES (see also their names. Courts, 
several courts) : 

Portsmouth and Cumberland, proposed 



299 

532 
562 
248 
134 
165 



1754— 4:4U1 
and names of 



1755— 4:504 



proposed . 


, , 




, 






1760— 


6 


34 


1761— 6 : 141 




1761— 


6 


218 


1767— 7 : 139 




1767— 


7 


144 


1767— 7 : 153 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1769 


7 


1 1769 


7 


1774 


8 


1728 


2 


1728 


2 


1735 


2 


1742 


2 


1753 


4 


1715 




1716 




1717 




1718 




1722 




1724 




1726 


2 


1727 


2 


1729 


2 


1730 


2 


1742 


2 


1746 


3 


1748 


4 


1773 


8 


1723 


1 


1736 


2 


1756 


5 


1763 


6 



1711 

1745 
1755 
1755 
1756 

1740 
1758 
1756 

1738 
1755 
1765 
1773 

1711 
1721 
1738 
1743 
1773 
1773 
1774 

1754 



1755 
1759 
1761 
1767 
1767 



1 


5 


3 


254 


5 


5 


5 


45 


5 


74 


2 


553 


5 


318 


5 


172 


2 


540 


4 


519 


6 


443 


8 


138 


1 


5 


1 


302 


2 


533 


3 


65 


8 


136 


8 


135 


8 


169 



4 
6 
6 

7 
7 



PAGE. 



321 

330 
209 
113 
115 
445 
628 
297 
129 
158 
202 
223 
327 
417 

48 
101 
146 
319 
628 
381 

83 
142 
373 
469 

67 
346 



403 



506 
26 
145 
141 
156 



94 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





VKAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


COUNTIES, — (continued) : 








plan for three; Portsmouth, Exeter, Dunstable, 








shire towns tlioreof . . . 1750— 4:511 


1755 


4 


517 


1759 5:478 17(50 6:101 


1760 


6 


102 


three proposed 


1767 


7 


142 


1767— 7 : 145 1767— 7 : 150 


1767 


7 


161 


1767— 7: 152 1767— 7: 154 


1767 


7 


157 


1767— 7: 159 1767— 7: 162 


1768 


7 


195 


fi)iir i)r()i)osed 1767 — 7 : 133 


1767 


7 


135 


1768 7:207 1768— 7:213 


1768 


7 


214 


five i)ropose(l 


1768 


7 


230 


1769— 7 : 281 1769— 7 : 285 


1769 


7 


286 


1769— 7 : 292 1769— 7 : 297 


1769 


7 


302 


1769—7:304 1769—7:305 


1769 


7 


306 


1769— 7:307 1769— 7:309 


1769 


7 


310 


establishino; 1756— 5 : 65 1759— 5 : 458 


1759 


5 


462 


1759— 5:465 1759— 5:466 


1759 


5 


477 


1759— 5:478 1759— 6: 19 


1759 


6 


21 


17,09— 6: 26 1759— 6: 27 


1759 


6 


31 


1760- 6: 34 1764— 6:409 


1764 


6 


421 


1764— 6 : 422 1766— 7 : 89 


1768 


7 


222 


1768— 7 : 229 He.'*— 7 : 241 


1768 


7 


250 


1768— 7 : 257 1769— 7 : 2«9 


1769 


7 


291 


1769— 7:312 1769— 7:325 


1769 


7 , 


326 


1769— 7:329 1769— 7:330 


1770 


8 ' 


15 


1771— 8: 76 1771— 8: 79 


1773 


8 > 


152 


COUNTY : 




1 
1 




charges, fines, etc. (li(iuor), to defray . 


1771 


8 


109 


treasurers to receive fines, etc., for liquor licenses 


1771 


8 


109 


1772— 8: 114 


1774 


8 


169 



COURT (see Agent and Oreat Britain). 
COURT OF Admir.vlty : 

special . 

"vice" . . 

COURT OK Appeals (see also Court of Chancerij) : 

sessions 1716 — 1:188 

1752— 4 : 230 1752— 4 : 234 

jury at 1728— 2:113 

, assertions against, a scandalous libel 

vote on ........ . 

conference about ....... 

scheme drawn up about ...... 

governor and council as . . . 1772 — 8:122 
COURT OF Assize and (Jexekal Gaol Deuveuv (sec 
also Court of Gaol, etc.) : 

establishing in two counties ..... 

sessions, if tlircc counties ..... 

COURT OF Ciianx'euy (see also Court of Apj^eals) : 

arbitrary power of, deprecated .... 

COURT OF CoMMissioxEK-S (see also Commissio7iers, etc.) : 

on lines 1737— 2 : 497 

1737— 2:505 1737— 2:510 

papers lodged with clerk of assembly 
COURT OF GAoiri)ELivEHY (see also Court of Assize, etc.) : 

ses.sion ......... 

COURT OF General (^rAKTEK Sessions of the J^ace 
(see also SessioJi'-' "■"' Quarter) : 

sessions . 1716—1:188 1726—2: 47 

adjourned on account of small-pox .... 
COl'RT OF General Sessions of the Peace: 

justices' powers 



1770 
1774 

1717 
1752 
1728 
1728 
1728 
1728 
1728 
1773 



1755 
1755 

1728 

1737 
1737 
1742 

1716 



1730 
1747 

1752 



8 
8 

1 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
8 



4 
4 



2 
2 
2 



2 
3 



14 

207 

210 
235 
114 
115 
116 
117 
127 
155 



505 
511 

114 

501 
518 
640 

153 



327 
490 

230 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



95 



COURT OF General Sessions of the Peace, — (con- 
tinued) : 

establishing in two counties ..... 
sessions proposed .... 1767 — 7 : 152 

1767— 7 : 158 
to grant licenses for taverns, subject to limitation 

1758— 5 : 421 



Grafton county 
COURT OF Inquiry (see Ehode Island) . 
COURT of Probates: 

one in eacli of three counties . 
COURT OF Supreme Probate : 

appeals to, time limited . 



1758— 5 : 423 



COURT-HOUSES : 
building, etc. 



1774^ 8 : 203 



1774— 8: 
1774— 8: 



170 
204 



1716— 1:159 1716— 1:161 

1730— 2:327 1730- 2:330 

1737— 2 : 493 1737— 2 : 494 

COURTS (see names of the several, also Co7istables, Judges, 

Processes, Travel, etc.) : 

establishing . 1718— 1:221 
" in two counties 

" in three counties . 

•• in counties generally 



1743- 3: biS 



1768- 
1768— 



195 
241 



removing 



sessions 



1768— 7 

1768— 

1730— 

1730— 

1716— 

1767— 

1769— 

1769— 

1769— 

1726— 



COWS 



valuation 



CRAIG, Andrew: 

Ijetition 
CRAM, Benjamin: 

petition 
CRAM, John : 

petition 
CRAM, Thomas: 

claim 
CREDIT (see also Bills of 

quieted 



1742— 2 : 651 



1727— 2; 
1761— 6: 

1757— 5: 



199 
251 

332 
334 
188 
162 
313 
318 
321 
57 



1726— 2: 60 

1769— 7:312 

1769— 7 : 317 

1769— 7 : 320 
double juries in both 
of judicature, value of bills of credit in 

1747— 3:483 
return of writs and processes in ... . 
judgments of, payment regulated .... 
to regulate and alter . . . 1758 — 5 : 311 

1758— 5 : 352 1758— 5 : 35G 
stove for room where held ..... 
to adjourn by proclamation ..... 
in Cheshire county .... 177^1 — 8 : 
in Grafton county 1773— 8 : 137 1773— 8 : 
in Hillsborough county . . . 1774 — 8 : 
in Stratford county .... 1773 — 8 : 



193 
138 
193 
137 

75 
122 

242 



Credit and Book Debts) : 

. 1715— 1 



138 



TEAK. 


VOL. 


1755 


4 


1767 


7 


1769 


7 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1773 


8 


1755 


4 


1771 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1726 


2 


1737 


2 


1753 


4 


1752 


4 


1755 


4 


1755 


4 


1755 


5 


1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1730 


2 


1734 


2 


1726 


2 


1769 


7 


1769 


7 


1769 


7 


1769 


7 


1726 


2 


1747 


3 


1771 


8 


1771 


8 


1758 


5 


1759 


6 


1770 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1773 


8 


1774 


8 


1773 


8 


1728 


2 


1767 


7 


1757 


5 


1747 


3 


1744 


3 


1746 


3 


1716 


1 . 



PAGE. 



504 
154 
311 
420 
422 
430 
138 



511 

70 
193 
211 

47 
490 
337 



244 
504 
511 

37 
208 
268 
333 
420 

47 
293 
316 
319 
330 

65 

523 

96 

101 

312 

27 

52 

193 

204 

140 

204 

140 

140 
161 

243 

484 

*228 

444 

143 



96 



InDUX To .InlltNALS UF lIolSK uF I vKl'KKSENTATIVES, 



CREDITORS': 

tlaini on effects of absent or iiljsconil 
CRKKillTOX, (;r.<>i{(iK: 

soldiur at Loiiisljiirg . 
CRl.MHLE, CiiAKLKS: 

supposed killed, but alive 
CRIMINALS: 

execution of, place determined 
CRISTO {sec Chrvflo). 
CRlTCilKTT, John: 

under (apt. Samuel Gerrisli 
CROCKET, Josiila: 

V. Daniel Moulton and wife 
CROFFORD, Thomas [Ckawfokd?] 

on Cajjtain Tash's roll 
CROMHIE, John: 

claim 
CROMBIE, Joshua: 

to ajipear . 
CROMWELL, Samuel : 

broke jail . 
CROSBY, Dh. John: 

account 
CROSS, Mrs. Elizaheth : 

claim 
CROSS, John : 

suit of, witli John Ilinckes 
CROTCH : 

of Merrimack river, way from 
CROWN Point: 

foil, expedition, garrison, etc. 



1755— 
1755 — 
1755 — 
1755 — 
1755— 
1755 — 
1755 — 
1755 — 
175-5— 
1755 — 
1755 — 
1755 — 
1755— 
1755— 
175(;— 
1756— 
175(i— 
1756— 
1750- 
1750— 
1756— 
1756— 
1750- 
1756— 
175G— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
J756^ 



4: 
4: 
4: 
4: 
4: 
5: 
5: 
5 : 
5 : 
5 : 
5 : 
5: 
5 : 
5: 
5: 
5 : 
5 : 
5 : 
5 : 
5 : 
5: 
5: 
5 : 
5: 
5 : 
5 : 
5 : 
5: 
5: 



526 

532 

535 

539 

545 

2 

9 

17 

21 

26 

29 

32 

38 

50 

67 

77 

91 

99 

104 

110 

113 

116 

119 

123 

126 

129 

135 

140 

146 



r'55- 
'55- 
'55- 
'5.5- 
1755- 



'55- 

55- 

r55- 

Jor>- 

"55- 

1755- 

55- 

55- 

56- 

56- 

:.>G- 

56- 

56- 

56- 

56- 

:>6- 

56- 

56 

56 

56 

56 
56 



4: 

4: 

4: 

4: 

4: 

4: 

5 : 

5 : 

5 : 

5 : 

5: 

5: 

5 : 

5: 

5: 

5 : 

5: 

5 : 

5 : 

5: 

5 

5 

5 

5 



524 
528 
533 
536 
541 
565 
4 

10 

18 

24 

27 

30 

33 

44 

57 

70 

79 

92 

101 

105 

111 

114 

117 

121 

124 

127 

130 

137 

141 

147 



1753 

1717 
1 755 
1 755 
1755 
1755 
1755 
1765 
1755 
1755 
1755 
1755 
1755 
1755 
1755 
1755 
1755 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1756 



3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
6 



6 
6 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 





YKAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ding debtors 


17 IS 


1 


220 


. 1746— 3:4U6 


1746 


3 


407 


• 


1745 


3 


290 


17ls~ 1 :22C 


1718 


1 


227 


. 


1763 


6 


330 


. 1748— 4: 71 


174S 


4 


72 


. 


1756 





131 


- 


1759 


5 


498 


. 


1774 


8 


194 


. 1770— 8 : 15 


1771 


8 


90 


. 


1723 


1 


394 


. 1728— 2:135 


1731 


2 


355 




1712 


1 


39 



329 

512 

625 

631 

534 

638 

542 

1 

8 

11 

20 

25 

28 

31 

34 

45 

59 

74 

90 

94 

103 

107 

112 

115 

118 

122 

126 

128 

133 

139 

142 

148 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



97 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


CROWN PoiXT, — {coJitinuecT) : 












fort, expedition 


garrison, etc. 














1756— 6 : 149 


1756— 


5: 150 


1756 


5 


152 




1756— 5 : 153 


1756— 


5 : 155 


1756 


5 


157 




1756— 5 : 159 


1756— 


5 : 163 


1756 


5 


165 




1756 5 : 168 


1756— 


5 : 174 


1756 


5 


176 




1756— 5 : 178 


1756— 


5:181 


1756 


5 


189 


• 


1756— 5 : 190 


1756 


5:191 


1756 


5 


192 




1756— 5 : 193 


1756 


5:194 


1757 





195 




1757— 5 : 196 


1757— 


5:197 


1757 


5 


198 




1757— 5 : 199 


1757— 


5:200 


1757 


5 


202 




1757— 5 : 203 


1757— 


5:204 


1757 


5 


205 




1757— 5 : 206 


1757— 


5:207 


1757 


5 


208 




1757— 5 : 209 


1757— 


5:210 


1757 


5 


211 




1757— 5 : 215 


1757— 


5:219 


1757 


5 


225 




1757— 5 : 236 


1757— 


5:237 


1757 


5 


240 




1757— 5 : 247 


1757 — 


5:248 


1757 


5 


251 




1757— 5 : 254 


1757— 


5:268 


1757 


5 


269 




1757— 5 : 285 


1758— 


5:372 


1758 


5 


425 




1759— 5 : 482 


1759— 


5 : 493 


1759 


6 


20 




1760— 6: 55 


1760 


6:103 


1760 


6 


118 




1761— 6:194 


1763— 


6:326 


1763 


6 


332 




1763 6 : 360 


1763— 


6:362 


1764 


6 


404 


money 


• 


, 


. 


1757 


5 


214 




1757— 5 : 219 


1757— 


5:224 


1757 


5 


229 




1757— 5 : 230 


1757— 


5:232 


1757 


5 


243 




1757— 5:249 


1757- 


5:250 


1757 


5 


252 




1757— 5 : 269 


1757 — 


5:271 


1757 


5 


273 




1757 — 5 : 275 


1757— 


5:276 


1757 


5 


283 




1757— 5 : 309 


1758 


5:317 


1758 


5 


318 




1758— 5 : 326 


1758— 


5 : 332 


1758 


5 


336 




1758 5 : 341 


1758 


5 : 349 


1758 


5 


350 




1758— 5 : 359 


1758— 


5:366 


1758 


5 


376 




1758 5 : 384 


1758— 


5:391 


1758 


5 


401 




1758— 5 : 408 


1758— 


5:416 


1759 


5 


481 




1759— 5 : 482 


1759— 


5 : 489 


1759 


5 


494 




1759— 5 : 496 


1759— 


5:497 


1759 


5 


499 




1759— 6: 4 


1759— 


6: 7 


1759 


6 


11 




1760— 6: 35 


1760 


6: 39 


1760 


6 


41 




1760 6: 43 


1760 


6: 46 


1760 


6 


47 




1760— 6: 48 


1760— 


6: 51 


1760 


6 


52 




1760— 6: 60 


1760 


6: 61 


1760 


6 


64 




1760— 6 : 114 


1760 


6:115 


1761 


6 


168 




1761— 6 : 170 


1762— 


6:295 


1762 


6 


296 




1763— 6 : 310 


1763— 


6 : 358 


1763 


6 


359 




1765 6 : 466 


1765 


7: 10 


1766 


7 


107 




1768— 7 : 186 


1768 


7:272 


1770 


7 


343 


CROYDON : 














inventory . 


• « • 


, 


, , 


1773 


8 


159 


CUBA: 














and West India 


expedition 


1742 


2:627 


1742 


3 


41 


CUMBERLAND County": 












proposed . 


• ■ • 




. 


1755 


4 


504 


CUMMINGS, Isaac : 














petition 


■ • • 


, 


, 


1754 


4 


475 


CUMMINGS, Dr. John: 












account 


. 






1760 


6 


39 


CUMMINGS, JosiAii : 














petition 


• ■ ■ 


. 


, ^ 


1747 


3 


480 


CUMMINGS, JosiAH, 


AND OTHERS : 












petition 


1747— 4: 29 


1747— 


4: 30 


1748 


4 


63 



13 



98 



Index to .Journals of House of Representatives, 









YEAR. 


VOL. 


FAOB. 


CUM MINGS, Samuel: 










IK'tition ...... 


1747— 


3:456 


1747 


3 


458 




1747— 


3 : 460 


1747 


3 


470 


CUllHESON. John: 












account 


. 




1729 


2 


146 


CURUENX^Y (see also Bills, Coin, Gold, 


Mediun 


I, New 








Yurk, and tMlvcr) : 












of silver money .... 
silver and goltl, cstalilishcd 






1712 


1 


67 




. 


1767 


7 


128 


of bill.s of credit .... 






1746 


3 


346 


J taper ...... 


ui>s— 


4:361 


1756 


5 


161 


tlepreciation, ullowauee for 


, 


, , 


1746 


3 


386 


regulated . . 1748— 4: 61 


1748 


4: 70 


1771 


8 


101 


state of the ..... 






1764 


6 


416 


CUKKIKK, A.vkon: 












)etition ...... 


1770— 


7:340 


1770 


7 


367 


CUKKIKK. KiMiKAiM : 












on Caotain Tash's roll 




. 


1756 


5 


131 


CUKKIKK, Jakkhey: 












reimbursed for bills burnt in his house 


, 


1765 


6 


443 


CUKKIKK, Jonathan, and otiieks : 












petition . . 177U— 7 : 339 


1770— 


7:358 


1770 


8 


2 


CURSING (.see also Swearing and Profane] 


)■■ 










profane, penalty .... 


nil— 


3 : 496 


1747 


3 


497 


1764— 6 : 398 


1764— 


6:399 


1764 


6 


401 


CUSIIING, Thomas : 












speaker, Massachusetts house of repr 


esentatives 


1774 


8 


177 


CUSTOMS : 












oflScers, to see embargo observed . 




. 


1711 


1 


9 


CUTT, John : 












and guardians, petition 


' 


, 


1712 


1 


66 


vendue master of excise . 


1727— 


2: 83 


1727 


2 


88 


CUTT, President John : 












first settlement under 






1761 


6 


186 


commission ..... 






1775 


8 


237 


CUTT, KiCHAKD, JU. : 












claim 






1744 


3 


102 


CUTT, Samiel : 












may sell land 


, 




1716 


1 


160 


CUTTKK, Du. Ammi Kuhamah : 












army surgeon 


1755— 


4 : 534 


1756 


6 


148 




1757— 


5:240 


1774 


8 


169 


CUTTS, Samuel, and others : 












petition . . 1765— 7 : 19 


1766 


7: 92 


1766 


7 


93 


memljer 


, 


, 


1774 


8 


184 


]77.1_ 8:187 


1774— 


8:192 


1774 


8 


196 


177-1— 8 : 196 


1774— 


8: 197 


1774 


8 


199 


1774_ 8 : 203 


1774— 


8 : 204 


1774 


8 


206 


1771— 8 : 208 


1774— 


8:210 


1774 


8 


211 


1774— 8:212 


1774— 


8:213 


1774 


8 


214 


CYPIIKK : 












old (sec Bills of Credit). 












DAI/rON {so: Daullon). 












DAM, Ki.NATHAN ["Damn"] : 












under Capt. John (Jilman 






1726 


2 


41 


DAM, George: 












volunteer 


. 


. 


1716 


3 


404 



DAM, John ["Dame, Dami'.e, Damm"] 

member 

1715— 1 : 124 



171; 



1 : 126 



1715 
1716 



117 
127 



Province of ]^ew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



99 



DAM, John, — {continued) : 

member . . 1715 — 1 
1715— 1 

1715— 1 
171G— 1 

1716— 1 
1716— 1 
1716— 1 

1716— 1 

1717— 1 
1717— 1 
1717— 1 
1717— 1 

1717— 1 

1718— 1 
1718— 1 
1718— 1 

1718— 1 

1719— 1 
1719— 1 
1719— 1 

1719— 1 

1720— 1 

1720— 1 

1721— 1 
1721— 1 
1721— 1 
1721— 1 
1721— 1 
1721— 1 
1721— 1 
1721— 1 
1722 

claim 
DAM, Jonathan: 
petition 



TEAK. I VOL. 



128 
133 
137 
141 
146 
158 
168 
172 
192 
196 
199 
203 
206 
213 
216 
223 
226 
231 
235 
239 
242 
249 
260 
266 
272 
277 
282 
287 
294 
301 
308 
I— 1:312 



1715— 1 : 129 
1715— 1:134 
1715- 



1716 
1716 
1716 
1716 
1717 
1717 
1717 
1717 
1717 
1717 
1718 
1718 
1718 
1718 
1719 
1719- 
1719 
1720 
1720- 
1720- 
1721- 
1721- 
1721- 
1721- 
1721- 
1721- 
1721- 
1721- 
1722 



138 
142 
147 
163 
169 



1:190 

— 1:193 

1:197 

:200 

:204 

:210 

1:214 

1:217 

1:224 

1:229 

1 : 232 



1 
1 
1 



:236 
;240 
:243 
;253 
:262 
1:267 
1:273 
1:278 
1 : 283 



1 
1 
1 
1 

1: 



:291 
:295 
:303 
;309 



'.— 1 : 324 



1768— 7 : 215 



1721— 1:269 



8:136 



account .... 
DAM, William : 

member .... 
DAMAGES : 

bv horses, to prevent 
DAME,''Theophilus : 

guardian of Benjamin Odiorne's children 

1773 
DAMNING (see also Mittimtis) : 

general assembly, William Randall committed for 
DAMS : 

at Winipeseoke ...... 

obstructing fish, removed 

DANIELS, Benjamin : 

deserter ........ 

DANIELS, Lieut. Eliphalet : 

prison-keeper . 

1755— 5 
1766— 7 



DANIELS, Pelatiah : 

petition 
DARTMOUTH : 

highway through 



55 

54 
1769— 7 : 296 



1747— 3 : 484 
1755— 5 : 57 
1766— 7: 96 
1772— 8 : 118 



1760— 6 : 110 
1769— 7 : 291 



1715 
1715 
1716 
1716 
1716 
1716 
1716 
1717 
1717 
1717 
1717 
1717 
1717 
1718 
1718 
1718 
1718 
1719 
1719 
1719 
1720 
1720 
1721 
1721 
1721 
1721 
1721 
1721 
1721 
1721 
1721 
1722 
1747 

1768 
1768 
1771 

1732 

1760 



1773 

1754 

1766 
1767 

1761 

1747 
1756 
1768 
1772 

1761 

1770 



7 
8 

2 

6 

8 

4 

7 
7 



3 
5 

7 
8 

6 

7 



PAGE. 



132 
135 
140 
144 
151 
167 
170 
191 
194 
198 
201 
205 
211 
215 
219 
225 
230 
233 
237 
241 
244 
259 
263 
268 
276 
280 
286 
292 
300 
305 
310 
325 
485 

191 

216 

95 

376 

81 



139 

395 

86 
116 

199 

491 
63 

192 
128 

148 

341 



100 



Indkx tu Journals of House of Uepresentatives, 





YBAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


nARTMOT^TII COTXKGE : 












liappily estiiblisheil .... 


1770— 


7 : 337 


1770 


7 


341 


grant to 


, 


• 


1770 


8 


35 


encouraf^enicul to . . . 


, 


, , 


1770 


8 


44 


reconimciulcd to favorable consideration 


, 


1771 


8 


76 


1771— 8: 77 


1771 — 


8: 79 


1771 


8 


111 


grant to president of 


1773— 


8 : 139 


1773 


8 


143 


Karl of Dartmouth, its "nursing father" . 


, , 


1773 


8 


140 


new building, grant for . 


. 1773— 


8:152 


1773 


8 


155 


distinct parish at . . . 


. 


. 


1771 


8 


94 


liiirlnvav from, to Wolfeborough 


, 




1771 


8 


102 


DAKTMblill, Kaklok: 












his majesty's secretai7 of state 


. 


. 


1773 


8 


139 




1773 


8:140 


1774 


8 


ISO 


DAULTON, Caleb : 












"deserter," balance stopt 


, 


« 


1758 


5 


333 


mistake concerning, corrected . 


, 


, 


1758 


5 


387 


DAVIDSON, Tii(»MAS: 












seeks his son's wages 


, 


• 


1764 


6 


415 


DAVIS, AmcuL: 












account 


, 


. « 


1761 


6 


221 


DAVIS, Benjamin : 












deserter 


, 


. a 


1722 


1 


316 


under Captain Lovewell . 




• 


1763 


6 


331 


DAVIS, Bkyant : 












sentinel under Captain Clement 


, 


• s 


1753 


4 


348 


DAVIS, Eleazer: 












allowance for .... 


. 


, a 


1726 


2 


30 


V. M. Hunking Wentworth 


, 


. 


1772 


8 


121 


DAVIS, Ei-iiKAiM : 












claim 




• 


1748 


4 


Go 


DAVIS, James : 












member . 1715 — 1 


117 


1715— 


1:122 


1715 




124 


1715— 1 


126 


1715— 


1:127 


1716 




128 


171.5— 1 


129 


1715— 


1:130 


1716 




131 


1715— 1 


132 


171.5— 


1:133 


1716 




134 


1715— 1 


135 


1715— 


1:136 


1716 




137 


1715— 1 


138 


1716— 


1:140 


1716 




141 


1710— 1 


151 


1716— 


1:157 


1716 




158 


171G 1 


159 


1716— 


1:161 


1716 




163 


1710- 1 


164 


1716— 


1:166 


1716 




167 


1710- 1 


168 


1716— 


1:169 


1716 




170 


171(3— 1 


172 


1716— 


1 : 173 


1716 




174 


1716— 1 


177 


1716— 


1:178 


1716 




179 


1716— 1 


180 


1716— 


1:182 


1716 




183 


1716— 1 


184 


171f,— 


1:185 


1717 




190 


1717— 1 


191 


1717— 


1:192 


1717 




193 


1717— 1 


194 


1717— 


1:195 


1717 




196 


1717— 1 


197 


1717— 


1:198 


1717 




199 


1717— 1 


200 


1717— 


1:201 


1717 




202 


1717— 1 


203 


1717— 


1:204 


1717 




205 


1717— 1 


206 


1717— 


1:209 


1717 




210 


1717— 1 


211 


1718 


1:212 


1718 




213 


171.H— 1 


214 


171.S— 


1:215 


1718 




216 


171.S 1 


217 


171.H_ 


1:218 


1718 




219 


171S— 1 


222 


171.S-^ 


1:223 


1718 




224 


17is_ 1 


225 


1718— 


1:226 


1719 




233 


1711»— 1 


234 


1719— 


1:236 


1719 




236 


171'.!- 1 


237 


1719— 


1:239 


1719 




240 


171K— 1 


241 


1719— 


1:242 


1720 




243 


172f)— 1 


244 


1720— 


1:259 


1720 




260 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



101 





YEAR. 


VOL, 


PAGE. 


DAVIS, James, — {continued) : 










member . 


1720— 1:262 


1721— 1:264 


1721 




265 




1721— 1:266 


1721— 1:268 


1721 




272 




1721— 1:273 


1721— 1:276 


1721 




278 




1721— 1 : 280 


1721— 1:282 


1721 




283 




1721— 1:284 


1721— 1:286 


1721 




287 




1721— 1:292 


1721— 1:294 


1721 




295 




1721— 1:297 


1721— 1:298 


1721 




300 




1721— 1:306 


1721— 1 : 309 


1722 




310 




1722— 1:312 


1722— 1:313 


1722 




314 




1722— 1:317 


1722— 1:318 


1722 




319 




1722— 1:320 


1722— 1:321 


1722 




322 




1722— 1:323 


1722— 1:324 


1722 




326 




1722— 1:327 


1722— 1 : 330 


1722 




335 




1722— 1:339 


1722— 1:342 


1722 




343 




1722— 1:344 


1722— 1:345 


1722 




346 




1722— 1:348 


1722— 1:351 


1722 




353 




1722— 1:354 


1722— 1 : 355 


1722 




356 




1722— 1:360 


1722— 1:361 


1722 




366 




1722— 1:367 


1723 1 : 373 


1723 




375 




1723 1 : 377 


1723— 1:379 


1723 




381 




1723— 1:382 


1723 1 : 383 


1723 




384 




1723— 1:387 


1723— 1 : 388 


1723 




389 




1723— 1:390 


1723— 1:391 


1723 




393 




1723 1 : 396 


1723 1 : 397 


1723 




398 




1723— 1:399 


1723— 1:400 


1723 




402 




1723 1 : 404 


1723 1 : 405 


1723 




406 




1723— 1:408 


1723— 1:410 


1724 




413 




1724— 1:426 


1724— 1:431 


1724 


2 


1 




1724— 2: 8 


1724— 2: 9 


1725 


2 


14 




1725 2: 15 


1725— 2: 21 


1725 


2 


22 




1725— 2: 23 


1726— 2 : 33 


1726 


2 


39 




1726— 2: 45 


1726— 2: 50 


1726 


2 


55 




1726— 2 : 59 


1726— 2: 63 


1727 


2 


67 




1727— 2: 74 


1727— 2: 78 


1727 


2 


84 




1727— 2 : 87 


1727— 2 : 94 


1731 


2 


343 


petition , 


1754— 4 : 421 


1755— 4:548 


1755 


4 


549 


DAVIS, John : 












under Capt. Samuel Gerrish 


• • • 


1763 


6 


330 


DAVIS, Jonathan : 












ai-ms delivered to 


• • • • 


• • « 


1757 


5 


228 


DAVIS, Love : 












petition 


■ > • • 


1766— 7 : 60 


1766 


7 


64 


DAVIS, Moses: 












to appear . 


«... 




1766 


7 


61 


DAVIS, Moses, Deliverance, and Aaron : 








estates divided . 


1766— 7 : 66 


1766— 7 : 77 


1767 


7 


147 


DAVIS, Samuel : 












in service under Capt. Job Clement 


• • • 


1753 


4 


348 


DAVIS, Capt. Samuel : 












petition 


• 


• • 


1763 


6 


355 


DAVIS, Thomas : 












member . 


1745— 3 : 184 


1745— 3 : 185 


1745 


3 


187 




1745— 3 : 188 


1745— 3 : 190 


1745 


3 


193 




1745— 3:203 


1745— 3 : 204 


1745 


3 


205 




1745— 3:215 


1745— 3 : 218 


1745 


3 


221 




1745— 3:222 


1745— 3 : 223 


1745 


3 


235 




1745— 3:236 


1745— 3 : 241 


1745 


3 


243 




174.5— 3 : 245 


1745— 3 : 247 


1745 


3 


248 




1745— 3:250 


1745— 3 : 255 


1745 


3 


262 




1745— 3 : 267 


1745— 3:303 


1746 


3 


310 



102 Index to Journals of TTorsE of Represkntatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


DAVIS, Thomas, — {conlimied) : 












member . . 1746— 3:31!) 


1746— 


3 : 321 


1746 


3 


322 


1746— 3:324 


1746— 


3 : 325 


1746 


3 


327 


17.|(;_ 3:32.S 


1746— 


3:331 


1746 


3 


338 


1746— 3:843 


1746- 


3 : 349 


1746 


3 


355 


1746— 3:366 


1746— 


3 : 368 


1746 


3 


377 


1746— 3:381 


1746 


3 : 389 


1746 


3 


403 


1746— 3:408 


174i;— 


3 : 435 


1746 


3 


436 


1747— 3:453 


1747— 


3:467 


1747 


3 


475 


1747— 3:476 


1747— 


3:477 


1747 


3 


♦481 


1747— 3:485 


1747- 


3 : 486 


1747 


3 


4H7 


1747— 4 : 2 


1747— 


4: 22 


1747 


4 


23 


1747— 4 : 50 


1747— 


4: 58 


1748 


4 


76 


1748— 4 : 78 


1748 


4: 93 


1749 


4 


100 


1749— 4:112 


1749— 


4:121 


1749 


4 


122 


1749— 4:124 


1749— 


4 : 153 


1749 


4 


163 


1749— 4:164 


1750— 


4: 10 


1750 


4 


183 


1751— 4: 9 


1752— 


4:216 


1752 


4 


263 


1752— 4:267 


1752— 


4 : 276 


1752 


4 


380 


1753— 4 : 365 


1753— 


4 : 38 1 


1754 


4 


406 


1754— 4:471 


1754— 


4 : 552 


1755 


4 


549 


1755 — 4 : 550 


175.>- 


4 : 558 


1755 


4 


570 


1755 — 4:673 


1755— 


5: 


1755 


6 


8 


1755— 5: 10 


1755— 


5: 15 


1755 


5 


16 


1755— 5: 22 


1755— 


5: 3.S 


1755 


5 


41 


muster-roll .... 


1724— 


2 : 12 


1725 


2 


tl2 


1747— 4 : 25 


1748— 


4: 80 


1753 


4 


363 


V. William Jenkins 1764— 6 : 412 


1764— 


6:422 


1765 


7 


12 


DAVIS, Timothy : 












petition ..... 






1716 


1 


184 


account . 1727— 2: 99 


1727— 


2:107 


1728 


2 


142 


DAY, Elkanaii : 












petition 




. 


1773 


8 


149 


DEAN, Thomas: 












claim ..... 


1721 — 


1 : 290 


1757 


6 


269 


DEARBOliN, Auhaiiam: 












claim ..... 


. 


, 


1758 


5 


377 


DEARBORN, John, and otiieks : 












petition 


1742— 


2:649 


1742 


2 


650 


D'EARBORN, Joseph : 












petition . . 1740— 2:552 


1740— 


2 : 501 


1740 


2 


563 


DEARBORN, Levi: 












petition presented by 




• 


1758 


6 


440 


DEARBORN. Shli!AL: 












volunteer ..... 


, 


, , 


1746 


3 


404 


DEARBORN, SiMEO^f : 












surveyor ..... 


, 


, , 


1764 


6 


406 


DEATH : * 












of a party, not to aljate writs . 


, 


, 


1765 


7 


15 




1765— 


7: 16 


1766 


7 


17 


DEATHS ["/?2/na/s"]: 












registration 


1714— 


1: 7.S 


1727 


2 


104 




1727— 


2:107 


1727 


2 


108 


DEBASING (see also Diminishing) : 












coin, to prevent .... 


1774— 


8:105 


1774 


8 


169 


DEBENTrRES (sec also Members, list) : 


• 




1 






of members . 1711 — 1 : 17 


1712— 


1: 36 , 


1712 




37 


1712- 1: 46 


1712— 


1: 47 ! 


1712 




67 


1712— 1: 58 


1713— 


1: 67 : 


1713 




72 


1714— 1: 73 


1714— 


1: 91 


1714 




95 


1717— 1 : 204 


1717— 


1 : 205 


1717 


1 


211 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



103 



DEBENTURES, — (continued) : 

of members . 1718— 1 : 223 1718— 1 : 229 

1719— 1 : 239 1720— 1 : 213 

1720— 1:262 1721— 1:277 

1721— 1:291 1721— 1:295 

1721— 1 : 307 1721— 1 : 308 

1722— 1:339 1722— 1:318 
1722— 1 : 372 1721— 1 : 431 
1725— 2: 20 1726— 2: 49 
1727— 2 : 93 1756— 5 : 86 

DEBTORS (see also Prisons, escapes) : 

absent or absconding; creditors' claim on ettects of 
DEBTS (see also Book, Mcditmi, Prisonci's, and Treasurer) : 

province or government, paid, recovered, etc. 

1711— 



1715— 1: 98 
1717— 1:202 
1723— 1:379 
1723— 1:382 
1734— 2 : 409 
1734— 2:417 
1734— 2:430 
1736— 2:467 
1740— 2 : 544 
1742— 2:620 
1742— 2:635 
1753— 4:361 
1765— 7: 6 

lands made liable to pay . 

and mutual demands, set off . 



small, recovery of . 
DECKER, David : 

volunteer ..... 
DECLARATION {see also Oaths and War) : . 

of William Stanwood 
De DIESKAU, Baron : 

army of, defeated 
DEED: 

fraudulent, set aside 
DEEDS {see also Records and Recorder) : 

of conveyance, recorded . 
DEER: 

killing unseasonably, to prevent . 1733 — 
1734— 2:404 1746— 
1758— 5 : 347 1758— 

act to be sent to certain towns . 
DEERFIELD (see also Nottimjham, 8. W. i^arish) : 

sherifl' in, eased ..... 



1714— 
1716— 
1722— 
1723— 
1727— 
1734— 
1734— 
1734— 
1737— 
1740— 
1742— 
1747— 
1765— 
1765— 
1714— 
1765— 
1765— 
1770— 



6 
74 
144 
352 
380 
95 
2:413 
2:419 
432 
478 
554 
623 
32 
455 
7 



2 

2: 

2: 

2: 

4: 

6: 

7: 

1: 

7 : 

7 : 

8: 



mventory . . 1767- 

meeting-liouse tax . 

petitioners from 

land tax . 

petition 

highway tax 

South, distinct parish 
DEFAMATION : 

action for . 
DEFAULT : 

in jurors, to prevent 



161 



1768- 



77 
16 
34 
47 



1760— 6 : 103 
1766— 7 : 66 



381 
314 
351 



220 



1774— 8: 166 



TEAR. 


VOL. 


1719 


1 


1720 


1 


1721 


1 


1721 


1 


1722 


1 


1722 


1 


1724 


1 


1727 


2 


1756 


5 


1718 


1 


1711 


1 


1713 


1 


1714 


2 


1716 


1 


1723 


1 


1723 


1 


1733 


2 


1734 


2 


1734 


2 


1735 


2 


1737 


2 


1740 


2 


1742 


■2 


1747 


4 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1718 


1 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1771 


8 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1755 


5 


1760 


6 


1766 


7 


1734 


2 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1773 


8 


1767 


7 


1773 


8 


1770 


7 


1770 


8 


1773 


8 


1773 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1770 


8 


1714 


1 



PAGE. 



231 

*253 
278 
303 
327 
366 
434 
86 
97 

220 

3 

67 

83 

169 

376 

381 

380 

415 

425 

453 

520 

556 

625 

37 

4 

166 

220 

17 

35 

60 

404 

418 

44 
109 

70 

401 
345 
356 
142 

123 
157 
347 
8 
140 
148 
167 
192 

53 

77 



104 Index tu Journals of House of Representatives, 











TBAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


DEFECTS {seeAjyptnls). 












DEKKNCE {sec Colonks, Frontiers, and Oovernmc7it, also 








names of towns, rti"c?>, etc.). 
DELAFAY, Ciiaules : 






















royal secretary of state . 


• > 


, 


1721 


1 


279 


DELANCY, LiKLTENANT-GOVEUNOH (N. 


Y.y. 










letter from .... 


. 1754— 


4 : 454 


1755 


5 


25 


DELINQUENTS : 












ill inipressinn: men, punished . 


. 


, 


1758 


5 


415 


in .settling accounts with the treasurer, sued 


. 


1760 


6 


103 


DEMANDS {sec also Debts) : 












against intestate estates, time of makinjr, limited . 


1774 


8 


209 


DEN BO, Clkment: 












had small-pox .... 


. 


, ^ 


1761 


6 


206 


DENBU, Elijah : 












petition 




. 


1760 


6 


57 


DENBO, IciiAi50i>: 












to x'evivc a suit .... 


. 1707- 


7:130 


1767 


7 


146 


DENBOW, Salatiiiel : 












claim 


. 1714— 


1: 41 


1737 


2 


485 


petition 


. 1730— 


2:331 


1742 


2 


638 


1742— 2 : G41 


1745— 


3:269 


1745 


3 


275 


DENNET, Ei'iiKAiM ["Denet, Den 


ett, Dennett, 








Denit, Dennit, Dennitt, Denick, Dennick" 


]: 








member, clerk, councilor 


, ^ 




1717 




190 


1717— 1 


191 


1717— 




.192 


1717 




193 


1717— 1 


194 


1717— 




:196 


1717 




197 


1717— 1 


198 


1717— 




:199 


1717 




200 


1717— 1 


201 


1717— 




203 


1717 




204 


1717- 1 


2(J5 


1717— 




:206 


1717 




210 


1717— 1 


211 


1717— 




212 


1717 




213 


1717— 1 


214 


1718 




215 


1718 




216 


17 LS— 1 


217 


1718— 




219 


1718 




223 


17 IS— 1 


224 


171,S— 




225 


1718 




220 


1718— 1 


229 


1718— 




230 


1719 




231 


1719— 1 


233 


1719 




234 


1719 




235 


1719— 1 


236 


1719— 




239 


1719 




240 


1719- 1 


241 


1719 — 




242 


1720 




243 


1720— 1 


244 


1720— 




249 


1720 




250 


1720 1 


253 


1720— 




259 


1720 




200 


1720— 1 


202 


1721— 




263 


1721 




200 


1721— 1 


2G7 


1721— 




268 


1721 




270 


1721— 1 


271 


1721— 




272 


1721 




270 


1721— 1 


278 


1721— 




280 


1721 




281 


1721— 1 


282 


1721— 




283 


1721 




280 


1721— 1 


291 


1721— 




292 


1721 




294 


1721— 1 


295 


1721— 




297 


1721 




298 


1721— 1 


300 


1721 — 




301 


1721 




303 


1721- 1 


305 


1721— 




305* 


1721 




308 


1721— 1 


309 


1722— 




310 


1722 




312 


1722— 1 


313 


1722— 




314 


1722 




315 


1722— 1 


317 


1722— 




318 


1722 




319 


1722— 1 


320 


1722— 




321 


1722 




322 


1722— 1 


324 


1722— 




326 


1722 


1 


327 


1722— 1 


330 


1722— 




335 


1722 




339 


1722— 1 


342 


1722-?- 




343 


1722 




345 


1722— 1 


340 


1722— 




348 


1722 




349 


1722- 1 


351 


1722— 




353 


1722 




354 


1722— 1 


355 


1722— 




356 


1722 




357 


1722— 1 


359 


1722— 




360 


1722 




301 


1722— 1 


367 


1722— 




368 


1722 




309 



Province of New Hampsuire, 1711-1775. 



105 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


DENNET, Ephraim, — (continued) : 










member, clerk, councilor 










1722— 1 : 371 


1722— 1:372 


1723 




373 


1723— 1:375 


1723— 1:377 


1723 




379 


1723— 1:381 


1723— 1:382 


1723 




383 


1723— 1:384 


1723 1 : 387 


1723 




389 


1723— 1:391 


1723— 1:392 


1723 




393 


1723— 1:396 


1723— 1:397 


1723 




399 


1723 1 : 400 


1723— 1:402 


1723 




408 


1723— 1:410 


1723— 1:412 


1724 




413 


1724— 1:426 


1724— 1:429 


1724 




430 


1724— 1:432 


1724— 1 : 433 


1724 




434 


1724 2 : 1 


1724— 2: 3 


1724 


2 


4 


1724— 2: 6 


1724- 2: 8 


1724 


2 


*12 


1725— 2: 12t 


1725— 2: 13 


1725 


2 


15 


1725 2: 19 


1725— 2: 21 


1725 


2 


22 


1725— 2: 23 


1725— 2: 24 


1725 


2 


27 


1726 2: 32 


1726— 2: 33 


1726 


2 


34 


1726— 2: 38 


1726— 2: 39 


1726 


2 


45 


1726 2: 46 


1726— 2: 50 


1726 


2 


63 


1726 2: 55 


1726— 2: 59 


1726 


2 


60 


1726— 2: 63 


1726— 2: 66 


1727 


2 


67 


1727— 2 : 69 


1727— 2: 73 


1727 


2 


74 


1727— 2 : 76 


1727— 2: 78 


1727 


2 


82 


1727— 2: 84 


1727— 2: 86 


1727 


2 


87 


1727— 2: 93 


1727— 2: 94 


1727 


2 


98 


1727— 2 : 100 


1727— 2 : 105 


1727 


2 


106 


1727— 2:107 


1727— 2 : 108 


1727 


2 


109 


1728 2:110 


1728 2:113 


1728 


2 


117 


1728— 2:121 


1728— 2 : 122 


1728 


2 


125 


1728— 2:128 


1728 2:131 


1728 


2 


133 


1728 2 : 134 


1728— 2 : 135 


1728 


2 


137 


1728— 2 : 138 


1728— 2:139 


1728 


2 


142 


1729— 2 : 143 


1729— 2 : 145 


1729 


2 


149 


1729— 2:151 


1729— 2 : 152 


1729 


2 


153 


1729 2 : 155 


1729— 2 : 164 


1729 


2 


165 


1729— 2 : 107 


1729— 2 : 169 


1729 


2 


170 


1730 2 : 173 


1730— 2 : 174 


1730 


2 


307 


1730 2 : 319 


1730— 2:332 


1732 


2 


377 


1733— 2:379 


1733— 2:381 


1733 


2 


382 


1734— 2 : 401 


1734— 2:403 


1734 


2 


424 


1735— 2:439 


1735— 2 : 445 


1736 


2 


458 


1737— 2:478 


1737— 2:494 


1737 


2 


510 


1737— 2:521 


1738— 2 : 533 


1738 


2 


536 


1740- 2:549 


1740— 2:562 


1740 


2 


565 


DENT, John : 










soldier . . 1746— 3 : 330 


1756— 5 : 131 


1757 


5 


215 


1757— 5 : 285 


1759— 6: 18 


1759 


6 


24 


De PAIBAS, Rowland [Pays Bas?] : 










petition 


. 1764— 6 : 392 


1764 





;;97 


DEPOSITIONS (see also Intelligence) : 










about ships on Cape Sable shores 


• • > • 


1746 


3 


■122 


of Captain Bennet . 


• • • . 


1747 


3 


499 


DEPRECIATION : 










of cun-ency and money, allovvauce 


for . 


1746 


.'> 


386 




174G— 3:443 


1757 


5 


285 


DEPUTY Secuetaky (see Secretary). 










DERRY [LoNDONDEKin?] : 










application from resident of 


■ ■ • . 


1759 


5 


498 


DERRY FIELD: 










classed for excise 


. 1752— 4:239 


1 755 


4 


510 



14 



106 Indkx to Journals of PIouse of Rei»rksi:ntativi:s, 





YEAU. 


vol.. 


PAOE. 


DERRYFIELl), — {continued) : 












iiivfiitory . . 1753 — 1:294 


1760— 


6: S(i 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 7 : 160 


176S— 


7:21.s 


1773 


8 


158 


petition (wt alsu Ilujiiways) . 


I7r):{— 


4 : 322 


1753 


4 


353 




1754— 


4 : 398 


1766 


7 


74 


petitidiu'i' froti) .... 


1764— 


6:413 


1766 


7 


91 


gu;inli;ui fnuii ..... 


, 


, 


1765 


7 


42 


iinnual meetinjj^ vacated . 


• 


, 


1766 


7 


93 


Colias Inook fishery 


1754— 


4 : 443 


1773 


8 


152 




1773— 


8 : 155 


1774 


8 


193 


DESKHTKUS : 












punishment, etc., of 


, 


, , 


1718 


1 


225 


1722— 1:316 


1747— 


3 : 452 


1755 


6 


25 


1756— 5 : 153 


1757— 


5 : 215 


1757 


5 


267 


1760— 6: 54 


1761— 


6 : 203 


1771 


8 


75 


named 


, 


• • 


1722 


1 


315 


1758— 5 : 333 


1758— 


5 : 334 


1758 


5 


335 


1758— 5:370 


1758— 


5 : 377 


1758 


5 


379 


1758— 5 : 383 


1758— 


5 : 387 


1758 


5 


397 


1761— 6:162 


1761— 


6 : 163 


1761 


6 


199 


1761— 6:201 


17G1— 


6 : 223 


1761 


6 


224 


1762— 6 : 270 


1762— 


6:274 


1773 


8 


137 


allowances, supplies, etc., to . 


, 


. 


1722 


1 


362 




1765 


6 : 455 


1765 


7 


17 


number noted . 1757— 5 : 197 


1757— 


5 : 199 


1757 


6 


200 


1757— 5:202 


1757— 


5:203 


1757 


6 


204 


1757— 5 : 209 


1761— 


6:192 


1762 


6 


262 


DESPATCHES (sec also Expresses) : 












allowance for . . . . 


, 


, , 


1758 


6 


421 


DETAINER {see Entry). 












DETERMINATION: 












of Earl of Loudon .... 


, 


. 


1757 


5 


227 


DETROIT : 












Indians about 






1764 


6 


385 


DEVERSON, John: 












invalid .soldier . 1746— 3:307 


1746— 


3:308 


1746 


3 


343 


DEVONSHIRE, LoKU Justice: 












instructions by 


, 


• 


1721 


1 


279 


DICE {see Cards). 












DIET : 












allowance for 


, 


, , 


1747 


3 


479 


DIFFERENCE {see Motiey). 












DIFFERKXCES: 












determined by arbitration 


1771— 


8: 93 


1773 


8 


142 


DIFFICULT CiucLMSTANCES {see also Distresses) : 










su;;;j:('st appointing Fast day . 




, , 


1746 


3 


424 


I)LMINISHIN(i {see also Debasing and Utterin;/) : 










money, penalty .... 


1768— 


7:248 


1773 


8 


136 


Dir-NETS: 












eatcliing bass by, to pi'event 


, 


. 


1757 


5 


221 


DISCOVERY 












of tlie country, appropriation for 


. 


, 


1744 


3 


80 


men to be kejjt marching upon 


, 


, , 


1744 


3 


102 


DISOBEDIENCE: 












to (tllicers at military stations, penalty 


, , 


1712 


1 


45 


DISORDERS {.^ee also Difectious and Pestilential) f 










in tlie night, to prevent 


1711 


1: 77 


1755 


4 


512 


in lieensi'd liouses- .... 


1716— 


1 : 141 


1716 


1 


1.50 


in taverns, etc., to supi)ress 


. 


, 


1761 


f) 


i;w 


November 5, to prevent . 


, 


, 


1768 


7 


276 




1771— 


8: 62 


1771 


8 


64 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



107 



DISORDERS,— (cowfowMed) : 

December 25, to prevent . 
in Boston . . . , . 
DISORDERLY IIekjiit : 

of major ])art of Stratham 
DISPUTE : 

between Great Britain and her 
pitch of ... . 
DISSENT : 

of meml^ers, entered 

1716— 1 
1721— 1 
1728— 2 
1740— 2 
1745— 3 
1745— 3 
1745— 3 : 

1745— 3 : 

1746— 3 : 

1747— 3 : 
1747— 3 ; 
1752— 4: 
1752— 4 : 

1754— 4 : 

1755— 4 : 
1757— 5 : 

DISSOLUTIONS (see also Assembly) : 

of assembly, commented on 
DISTANCES (see also Members, list) : 



nil— S: 62 



colonies, alarming 



188 
287 
141 
548 
201 
205 
233 
300 
394 
452 
499 
227 
276 
413 
532 
219 



1716— 
1719— 
1722— 
1729— 
1740— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1746— 
1747— 
1747— 
1752— 
1754— 
1755 — 
1756— 
1757— 



166 
242 
312 
153 
558 
202 
217 
234 
311 
3:417 
3:481 
4: 58 
4:268 



YEAR. 



397 

506 

87 

244 



1735— 2 : 443 



allowed members for 



mileage 



1745— 
1759— 



203 
515 



1748— 4: 95 



DISTEMPER (see also Small-Pox) : 

in Boston 

to prevent spread of infectious 
DISTRACTED (see Idiots). 
DISTRESS : 

signal of, upon Boon Island 

1754— 4 : 417 

DISTRESSES (see also Difficult, Labyrinth, Melancholy, 

Perplex'd, Ruin, Uncomfortable, Unhappy, and Unjust) : 

of the distressed, increased 
DISTRESSED : 

condition of the province . 

cii'cumstances of the province . 
DISTRESSING : 

his majesty's enemies 

circumstances of volunteers 
DISTRIBUTION : 

equal, of insolvent estates 
DISTRICT : 

proper, of fort Dummer, defined .... 
DISTRICTS (see also Excise, Taxes, and names of towns) : 

assessment of taxes in ..... . 

regulated 1742— 2:637 

to have town powers, etc. ..... 

to provide moggusons and snow-shoes 1744 — 3 : 108 
DIVERS, William : 

account ......... 

DIVORCE (see also Separation) : 

Martha Langdon Barrell frorri William 1765 — 7: 43 

1765— 7: 49 1766— 7: 68 



1718- 1:230 



1771 
1747 

1746 



1775 

1716 
1720 
1722 
1729 
1744 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1746 
1746 
1747 
1748 
1752 
1754 
1755 
1756 
1759 

1735 

1758 
1759 

1730 

1748 



1754 
1754 



1749 

1749 
1756 

1745 
1746 

1745 

1745 

1727 
1744 
1746 
1745 

1726 

1765 
1766 



VOL. 



8 
4 



1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
6 



5 

5 

2 
4 



4 
4 



4 
5 

3 
3 

3 

3 

2 
3 
3 

3 



7 
7 



PAGE. 



109 
24 

427 



223 

168 
250 
339 
168 

96 
204 
224 
237 
390 
421 
489 

73 
269 
409 
528 
104 

29 

454 

434 
519 

173 
99 



416 
424 



161 

127 
108 

270 
305 

247 

165 

75 

97 

389 

113 

56 

48 
69 



108 



Tndkx to Journals of House of Rkpresentatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAOE. 


inVOWCK.— (nmdnitol) : 








William HariL-li fnmi Martlia Langdon . 


1766 


7 


69 


UM— 7: SI 1766— 7: 90 


1767 


7 


143 


f:iiz:il)clh barter from VeU'V . \ . . . 


1770 


7 


346 


(tri't'uwootl C'aipi'iilcr from Sarali Lcatlicrs 


1770 


s 


45 


1771— H: 77 


1771 


8 


87 


Aim Foss liom Zacliariali . . 1767 — 7:158 


1767 


7 


159 


1767— 7:162 1767— 7:163 


1767 


7 


164 


,J<tlin Ofliorne, Jr., from Eunice Seavoy . 


1755 


5 


59 


]7.V,_ o: on l7o5— 5: 62 


1756 


5 


66 


Hliphalet Patteo from Abigail Eliot 1772— 8 : 120 


1772 


8 


126 


1772— 8:127 


1773 


8 


137 


Samuel Smallcorn from Margaret Welch 


1765 


6 


445 


1765— 6:448 


1766 


6 


457 


1765— 7 : 4 1765— 7 : 9 


1766 


7 


33 


1765— 7 : 48 1765— 7 : 49 


1765 


7 


62 


Eleanor Wilson Stickney from James 


1756 


5 


64 


1756 5:107 1756 5:113 


1756 


5 


118 


1756- 5 : 120 1757— 5 : 200 


1757 


5 


201 


DOCKIIAM, Benjamin: 








receii)ts from ........ 


1727 


2 


88 


DOCKIIAM, John, Sk. : 








deserter ......... 


1722 


1 


315 


DOCTOR (see also Medicines and Surgeon) : 








for army 


1746 


8 


367 


bills, allowance for 1746— 3 : .306 1746— 3:403 


1746 


3 


404 


1746— 3:407 1746— 3:421 


1758 


5 


396 


DODGE, Daviu : 








administrator . 176.0— 6:433 1765— 6:435 


1765 


6 


436 


1765 6:439 1765 7: 4 


1766 


7 


33 


DOE, Daniel : 








volunteer . 1746— 3:343 1746— 3:404 


1747 


3 


511 


1717— 4: 45 1747— 4: 46 


1761 


6 


127 


DOE, Nathaniel: 








petition . . 1753—4:291 1753.-4:292 


1754 


4 


4.09 


muster-roll ........ 


1757 


6 


209 


DOE, Nicholas : 








jx'tition ......... 


1754 


4 


485 


DOLLAR : 








value of, in £, 5., and d 


1760 


6 


46 


1760— 6: 88 


1762 


6 


255 


DOLLOF, RiciiAui) ["DoLiioF, Dollife"] : 








claim 1715 1 : 103 


1718 


1 


217 


DONKLEY, John: 








commander of II. M. S. Enterprise . 


1758 


5 


311 


DONNILS, William: 








petition 


1731 


2 


354 


DOOMAGE: 








of all ye towns ........ 


1761 


6 


206 


DOOR-KEEl'ICR {see also Akcrmnn, Fclloios, and Oum- 








mer) : 








compensation 1735 — 2:452 


17.37 


2 


525 


to summon high sheriff 


1756 


5 


165 


as e-xpress 


1761 


6 


182 


DO\'ER (sec also Cochecho, Oystrr Rirrr, and Towns) : 








minute-men from ' . 


1711 


1 


21 


soldier from 


1757 


6 


.309 


representatives 171.5 — 1: 97 171.'> — 1:111 


1715 


1 


116 


1715— 1: 117 1716— 1:173 


1717 


1 


190 


1722— 1 : 326 1722— 1 : 330 


1723 


1 


414 


1724- 1:426 1726— 2: 36 


1726 


2 


39 



Pkovince of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



109 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


DOVER, — (continued) : 










repi-esentatives 1727 — 2 : 100 


1727— 2 : 101 


1727 


2 


104 


1728— 2:121 


1730— 2:307 


1731 


2 


335 


1732— 2:376 


1734— 2:397 


1734 


2 


422 


1735— 2:433 


1736 2 : 457 


1737 


2 


475 


1738— 2:532 


1739— 2:542 


1739 


2 


543 


1742— 2:610 


1745 3:115 


1745 


3 


184 


1745— 3 : 185 


1745 3 : 187 


1745 


3 


188 


1745 3:190 


1745— 3:193 


1745 


3 


201 


1745— 3:202 


1745 3 : 203 


1745 




204 


1745— 3 : 262 


1746— 3 : 368 


1747 


4 


2 


1748 4 : 4 


1749— 4:100 


1749 


4 


104 


1749— 4:111 


1750— 4: 10 


1751 


4 


6 


1751— 4: 9 


1752— 4:216 


1752 


4 


380 


1753— 4 : 384 


1753— 4:386 


1754 


4 


552 


1755 4 : 658 


1755 5 : 


1755 


5 


41 


1755— 5 : 43 


1755 5 : 258 


1756 


5 


95 


1756— 5 : 260 


1756— 5 : 515 


1757 


5 


264 


1757— 5:506 


1758 5 : 434 


1758 


5 


436 


1758 5 : 512 


1759— 6 : 228 


1760 


6 


230 


1761— 6 : 232 


1762— 6:458 


1763 


6 


462 


1764— 6 : 464 


1765— 7 : 176 


1766 


7 


178 


1767— 7 : 126 


1767— 7 : 182 


1768 


7 


350 


1769— 7 : 352 


1770— 7:354 


1770 


8 


Pl 


1771— 8: 2p 


1771— 8 : 105 


1772 


8 


115 


1773 8:144 


1774_. 8 : 164 


1774 


8 


170 


1774— 8 : 184 


1774— 8 : 187 


1775 


8 


218 


meeting-house 


1715 1 : 101 


1715 


1 


103 


taverns ...... 


• • • 


1715 


1 


135 


bounds pei-ambulated 


. 


1715 


1 


136 


surveyed ...... 


1743— 3: 70 


1744 


3 


76 


head-line 


• • • 


1760 


6 


47 


selectmen to apjjear .... 


■ • • 


1715 


1 


124 


1731— 2:341 


1735— 2:444 


1748 


4 


84 


1755 4 : 516 


1755 4 : 529 


1761 


6 


123 


1768 7 : 187 


1768— 7 : 204 


1770 


8 


42 


proprietor* to appear 


• 


1772 


8 


121 


selectmen to care for John Buss 


• • • 


1718 


1 


225 


courts . . 1716— 1:188 


1726 2: 60 


1730 


2 


327 


court-house and prison 


• • • 


1726 


2 


47 


receiver of boarc s at 


• • ■ 


1721 


1 


286 


exempted from penalty relating to grammar school 


1722 


1 


345 


Quakers exempted from tax 


• • • 


1761 


6 


131 


highway fi'om, to Winipissokee pond 


1722— 1 : 317 


1722 


1 


325 


Hilton's Point gateway 


• . • 


1731 


2 


341 


highway fi'om, to Cohas . 


1763— 6:345 


1773 


8 


136 


bridges 


. 


1723 


1 


394 


1723 1:411 


1756— 5 : 172 


1756 


5 


173 


1760— 6: 76 


1760— 6: 79 


1760 


6 


83 


1760— 6 : 84 


1770— 8: 41 


1771 


8 


57 


1771— 8: 58 


1771— 8 : 69 


1771 


8 


90 


1772— 8 : 123 


1772— 8:127 


1772 


8 


128 


petition . . 1722— 1:343 


1756 5:173 


1760 


6 


35 


petitioners from .... 


• ■ • 


1755 


5 


52 


1757— 5 : 269 


1764— 6:412 


1765 


6 


441 


1765— 6 : 444 


1765— 6:446 


1765 


6 


447 


northeast end, petition 


1729— 2 : 145 


1729 


2 


149 


1729— 2 : 155 


1729— 2:166 


1729 


2 


171 


west end, petition .... 


• • • 


1743 


3 


48 


1743— 3: 69 


1743 3: 70 


1744 


3 


106 


1754— 4 : 404 


1754— 4 : 405 


1754 


4 


422 



11<» Indkx to Juuunals of IIousk of Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAOB. 


I n)\ Eli,— (^cvntinucd) : 












west end, petition 17.0 1 — 


4 : 448 


1754— 4:449 


1765 


4 


667 


Avesl, or iifw parisli [Maill 


uivl erccU'd . 


17.55 


4 


570 


Miulhiiiyronslitiitcil i'mni \Vf>t part 


of 17G8— 7:229 


1768 


7 


269 


firing guns in, restricted . 




• • • 


1724 


1 


419 


lands, entail df>cked . 




. 172G 2: 37 


1726 


2 


38 


lanils, valued 




< ■ • • 


1728 


2 


136 


old granttid land iti . 




• • • • 


1734 


2 


428 


estate in, seltleil 




> . . ■ 


1765 


7 


12 


trade valuation in 




• • • • 


1728 


2 


140 


supjjlies distributed at {sec 


also Gage, John) 












1746— 3:379 


1746 


3 


380 


express to . . . 


, 


> • ■ • 


1747 


3 


479 


Somersworth set olV from 


, 


• • • • 


1748 


4 


91 


classed for excise 


. 


. 1752— 4:238 


1755 


4 


510 


inventory . . 17.j;3 — 


4 : 293 


1760— 6 : 86 


1761 


6 


122 


17G7— 


7:160 


1768— 7:219 


1773 


8 


167 


small-pox in . 


, 


. 1761— G:198* 


1761 


6 


202 


parish meeting . 


, 


. 1762— 6 : 257 


1762 


6 


258 


17G2— 


G:2G6 


1762— 6:268 


1762 


6 


271 


17132— 


G : 272 


1762— 6:282 


1762 


6 


298 


bills burnt in house at 


, 


■ • ■ ■ 


1765 


6 


436 


persons from, arrest counterfeiters 




1765 


6 


443 


sundry inhabitants, grant to 


• • • • 


1772 


8 


129 


DOW, AlIKAM : 












petition .... 


, 


. 1761— 6 : 142 


1761 


6 


147 


DOW, Ki.U'HAZ: 












allowance for apprehending 


• • • • 


1755 


4 


497 


allowance for . 


, 


• ■ • ■ 


1755 


4 


673 


DOW, Jai'.i: z : 












member . . 1715 — 


1:117 


1715— 1:121 


1715 


1 


128 


DOW, JlCHEMIAII: 












invalid volunteer 


, 


• • • • 


1746 


3 


330 


DOW, Jonathan : 












children of, guardian relieved . 


. 17G5 7: 49 


1766 


7 


93 


DOW, Petek : 












on Captain Tash's roll 


, 


• > • • 


1756 


6 


131 


DOWER : 












assignment of, facilitated 


. 


. 


1714 


1 


77 


DOWNING, -John : 












member and coimcilor 


, 


. 1715— 1: 96 


1715 


1 


97 


171o— 




: 99 


1715— 1 : 100 


1715 


1 


101 


1715 




:102 


1715— 1:103 


1715 


1 


104 


1715— 




: 110 


171.5— 1:111 


1715 


1 


112 


1715— 




:116 


1716— 1:174 


1716 


1 


177 


1716— 




:178 


1716— 1:179 


1716 


1 


180 


171G— 




:182 


1716— 1:183 


1716 


1 


184 


1710— 




.185 


171G— 1:186 


1716 


1 


187 


171G— 




188 


1716— 1:189 


1722 


1 


326 


1722— 




.327 


1722— 1:330 


1722 


1 


335 


1722— 




339 


1722— 1 : 342 


1722 


1 


343 


1722— 




345 


1722— 1:346 


1722 


1 


348 


1722— 




349 


1722— 1:.S51 


1722 


1 


363 


1722— 




354 


1722— 1:355 


1722 


1 


356 


1722— 




357 


1722— 1 : 3.59 


1722 


1 


367 


1722— 




369 


1723-, 1 : 373 


1723 


1 


375 


172:3— 




377 


1723— 1:379 


1723 


1 


.381 


1723— 




382 


1723— 1:383 


1723 


1 


384 


1723— 




387 


172.3— 1:389 


1723 


1 


391 


1723— 




393 


172:3— 1:396 


1723 


1 


397 


1723— 




399 


1723 1:400 


1723 , 


1 i 


402 



Province of New Haj 


IPSHIRE, 1711- 


1775. 




111 




TEAE. 


1 

VOL. 1 


PAGE. 


DOWNING, John, — {continued) : 








member and councilor 










1723 1 : 405 


1723— 1:406 


1723 


1 ! 


408 


1733 1 : 410 


1724— 1:413 


1724 


1 


426 


1724— 1:432 


1724— 1:433 


1724 


2 


1 


1725 2: 12* 


1725 2: 13 


1725 


2 


16 


1725 2: 21 


1725— 2: 22 


1725 


2 


23 


1726— 2: 29 


1726— 2: 34 


1726 


2 


39 


1726— 2 : 45 


1726— 2: 50 


1726 


2 


55 


1726— 2: 59 


1726— 2 : 63 


1726 


2 


67 


1726 2: 74 


1727— 2: 78 


1727 


2 


87 


1727— 2 : 93 


1727— 2: 94 


1728 


2 


121 


1728— 2 : 125 


1728 2 : 128 


1728 


2 


131 


1728— 2 : 134 


1728 2:139 


1729 


2 


143 


1729— 2 : 145 


1729— 2 : 151 


1729 


2 


155 


1729— 2 : 164 


1729— 2 : 165 


1729 


2 


169 


1730— 2 : 173 


1730— 2 : 174 


1730 


2 


307 


1743— 3 : 53 


1743 3: 56 


1743 


3 


58 


1744— 3: 90 


1745— 3 : 124 


1744 


3 


129 


1745 3 : 130 


1745 3 : 138 


1745 


3 


147 


1745— 3 : 149 


1745 3 : 151 


1745 


3 i 


154 


1745— 3 : 159* 


1745— 3 : 168 


1745 


3 


177 


1745— 3 : 178 


1745 3:213 


1745 


3 


214 


1745— 3:235 


1745— 3:300 


1746 


3 


322 


1746— 3 : 328 


1746 3 : 334 


1746 


3 


356 


1747— 3:486 


1747— 4: 37 


1748 


4 


81 


1748 4: 89 


1752— 4 : 205 


1753 


4 


322 


1753— 4 : 328 


1755 — 4 : 515 


1755 


4 


549 


1755— 4:567 


1756— 5 : 96 


1756 


5 


109 


1756— 5 : 131 


1756— 5 : 167 


1756 


5 


180 


1757— 5 : 235 


1759— 5 : 486 


1759 


6 


29 


1760— 6: 63 


1761— 6:217 


1771 


8 


95 


DOWNING, Joseph : 










land of, entail docked 


• • 


1740 


2 


565 




1740— 2 : 568 


1740 


2 


569 


allowance for 


• • • 


1747 


3 


479 


DOWNING, Richard : 










member, etc 


• 


1745 


3 


123 


1761— 6:217 


1762— 6 : 238 


1762 


6 


242 


1762— 6:250 


1762— 6 : 268 


1762 


6 


279 


1762— 6:288 


1762— 6 : 289 


1762 


6 


295 


1762— 6:309 


1762— 6 : 458 


1763 


6 


320 


1763 6 : 323 


1763— 6 : 352 


1763 


6 


462 


1764— 6 : 392 


1764— 6 : 405 


1764 


6 


423 


1764— 6 : 464 


1765— 7: 29 


1765 


7 


176 


1766— 7 : 73 


1766 — 7 : 77 


1766 


7 


93 


1766— 7 : 178 


1767— 7:112 


1767 


7 


135 


1767— 7 : 148 


1767— 7 : 182 


1768 • 


7 


236 


1768— 7 : 260 


1768— 7 : 262 


1768 


7 


272 


1768— 7 : 350 


1769— 7:312 


1769 


7 


320 


1769— 7 : 352 


1770— 7:345 


1770 


7 


354 


1770— 8: Ip 


1770— 8: 15 


1771 


8 


1,2 


1771— 8: 95 


1771— 8: 97 


1771 


8 


105 


1772— 8:115 


1772— 8:120 


1772 


8 


123 


1772— 8:124 


1773— 8 : 135 


1773 


8 


144 


1773— 8:147 


1774— 8:164 


1774 


8 


172 


1774 8 : 184 


1774— 8 : 187 


1775 


8 


218 


DRACUT (see also Methuen) : 










taxation of ... . 


1743— 3: 52 


1743 


8 


55 




1743— 3: 61 


1746 


3 


388 


vote relating to . . . 


. 


1744 


3 


106 



112 



Index to Journals of House of Keimiksentatives, 



DUACL'T, — (rimliniud) : 

land in, divided 

petition ..... 

contested election 
DRAFT (see also hnpressmaU,, Levies, and 

di.scountenanccd 
DRAFTLNG: 

men ...... 

DRAKE, AliKAIIAM : 

claim ..... 

DRAKE, Capt. Nathaniel: 

muster-roll .... 
DRAWBACK : 

on imports, etc. 
DRAWBRIDGE {see Wigyin, Jonathan) . 
DRAWING {see also Acts) : 

coi^ies ..... 
DREW, Charles : 

claim ..... 

DREW, David: 

to appear ..... 
DREW, Joseph: 

petition ..... 
DREW, Thomas: 

petition ..... 
DRIXK : 

excise on . 

for soldiers .... 
DRISCO, James : 

soldier under Colonel Blanchard 
DRISCO, Mauy: 

deed of Sarah ^lason to, vacated 
DROUGHT : 

great ...... 

uncommon and early 
DROWN, Elizabeth and Mauy: 

allowance to ... . 
DROWN, Samuel: 

invalid soldier .... 



1749— 
Plan) : 



4:130 



1746- 
1714- 



3:430 
1: 82 



1744— 3: 80 



1747— 3:463 



1747- 
1748- 



1757- 
1761- 



1747— 4: 3U 
DRUM : 

beat of, publisliing by 
DRUMS: 

for soldiers .... 
DRUM-MAJOR : 

wages ..... 
DRUMMERS: 

wages . 1756— 5:117 

1759— 6: 4 
DUBLIN («'e also Momulnock No. 2, and Number 

inventory ...... 1767- 

DUCKETT, John: 

clerk of Maryland lower liouse, etc. 
DUDI.EV. Bill: 

petition ....... 

DUDLEY, James: 

petition, etc. . 1761— 6: 123 

DUDLEY, Cai>t. John: 

petition ..... 



3 : 512 
4: 68 



- 5:238 

- 6:193 
Two) : 
-7: 16 



1761— 6: 136 



1747- 
1773- 



3 : 456 
8: 148 



1773 

1771 

1760 

1763 

1747 
1774 



YEAB. 

1 


VOL. 


1745 

1746 
1749 


3 
3 
4 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1746 


3 


1715 


1 


1753 


4 


1746 


3 


1763 


6 


1744 


3 


1744 


3 


1721 
1748 


1 
4 


1756 


5 


! 1772 


8 


■ 1717 
1 1749 


1 
4 


1748 


4 


1747 
1747 

1748 


3 
4 
4 


1722 


1 


1758 


5 


1756 


5 


1 75.S 
1762 


6 



8 

8 

6 

6 

3 
8 



FAGE. 

295 
426 
131 

167 

384 

377 

632 

104 

367 
436 

318 

85 

87 

*305 
67 

75 

126 

2U7 
157 

78 

*4H5 
14 

78 

329 

414 

117 

378 
254 

159 

1S1 

97 

365 

460 
166 



Province of I^ew IIajvipshire, 1711-1775. 



113 





YEAR. 


1 

VOL. 


PAGE. 


DUDLEY, Joseph : 














governor . . 1711 — 1 : 10 


1711— 


1 


21 


1711 


1 


25 


1711— 1: 29 


1711— 


1 


59 


1713 


1 


60 


1714— 1: 85 


1714— 


1 


87 


1715 


1 


97 


1729— 2 : 150 


1729— 


2 


171 


1743 


3 


50 


DUDLEY. Joseph : 














Quaker, exenij^t from tax 


• 


• 


, 


1763 


6 


365 


DUDLEY, Stephen : 














Quaker, exempt from tax 


, 


, 


, 


1763 


6 


365 


DUDLEY, Theophieus : 














member . . 1711 — 1: 1 


1711— 


1 


21 


1711 




26 


1711— 1: 27 


1711— 


1 


28 


1711 




29 


1711— 1: 81 


1711— 


1 


34 


1712 




35 


1712— 1: 37 


1712— 


1 


39 


1712 




41 


1712— 1: 42 


1712— 


1 


43 


1712 




44 


1712— 1 : 46 


1712— 


1 


49 


1712 




50 


1712— 1: 51 


1712— 


1: 


52 


1712 




54 


1712— 1: 55 


1713 


1: 


65 


1713 




67 


DUDLEY, Trueworthy, akd others: 














memorial of .... . 


. 


. 


. 


1745 


3 


293 


DUDLEY, William : 














of ^Massachusetts committee on line . 


. 


, 


. 


1737 


2 


502 


DULEY, Nicholas : 














received double bounty, stopage ordered . 


, 


. 


1763 


6 


362 


DUjMMER, Lieut. Gov. William {see also Fort) : 












letter of ..... . 


1726— 


9 . 


41 


1727 


2 


84 


treaties of, with Indians . 


. 


. 


. 


1754 


4 


420 


DUNBAR, David: 














boundary commissioner, surveyor-general, and ' 


ieu- 








tenant-governor .... 


1730 


2 


316 


1731 


2 


348 


1731— 2 : 355 


1734— 


2: 


430 


1737 


2 


489 


DUNBARTON (see also Slarkstown) : 














assessment of province tax in . 


, 


, 


, 


1762 


6 


278 


inventory . . 1767— 7 : 160 


1768 


7 


219 


1773 


8 


158 


school lot in, exchanged . 


1774— 


8: 


167 


1774 


8 


195 


DUNCAN, George : 














petition 


1736 


2 : 


458 


1736 


2 


459 


DUNLAP, James : 














to appear 


, 


, 


, 


1753 


4 


294 


DUNN, Nicholas : 














volunteer, widow's claim . 


, 


. 


. 


1746 


3 


404 


DUNSMOOR, Dr. John : 














acc<Mint ...... 


, 


. 


• 


1747 


3 


513 


DUNSTABLE : 














as boundary of i)rovin('e . 


, 


, 


. 


1729 


2 


163 


petition 


. 


. 


. 


1744 


3 


*228 


1747— 4 : 28 


1718— 


4: 


62 


174.S 


4 


72 


1748— 4 : 75 


1748— 


4: 


82 


1756 


5 


179 


1757— 5 : 216 


1757— 


5: 


287 


1762 


6 


240 


1762— 6:241 


1762— 


6: 


243 


1762 


6 


256 


1762— 6 : 257 


1763— 


6: 


314 


1764 


6 


413 


west parish, petition 


. 


. 


, 


1744 


3 


*228 


petitioners from .... 


1765 


6: 


456 


1773 


8 


147 


representative 


. 


, 


, 


1745 


3 


157 


1749- 4:144 


1 752— 


4: 


217 


1752 


4 


380 


1753— 4:384 


1753— 


4: 


386 


1754 


4 


552 


1755— 4 : 558 


1755 — 


5: 





1 755 ; 


5 


41 


175.5— 5:258 


1756— 


5: 


95 


1756 


5 


260 


1757— 5 : 264 


1757— 


5 : 


506 


1758 


5 


434 


1758— 5 : 436 


1758— 


5 : 


512 


1759 


6 


228 


1760— 6:230 


1761— 


6: 


232 


1762 


6 


240 



15 



114 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YKAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


DUNSTABLE, — (^continued) : 












representative . 1762 — 6:241 


1762— 


6:243 


1762 


6 


458 


1763— 6 : 462 


1764— 


6 : 464 


1765 


7 


176 


1766— 7 : 178 


1767— 


7 : 182 


1768 


7 


348 


taxation ...... 




, , 


1746 


3 


388 


lain! tax 




, 


1754 


4 


414 


U)\\n melting ..... 


174.S— 


4: 83 


1748 


4 


97 


proprietors" meeting 1760 — 6: 34 


1760— 


6: 37 


1760 


6 


38 


1762— 6 : 294 


1762— 


6 : 297 


1763 


6 


313 


charter, copj- requested 


, 


, 


1752 


4 


223 


inventory . . 1753 — 4 : 2!>3 


1760- 


6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 7 : 160 


176.S— 


7:219 


1773 


8 


158 


express to 


1755 — 


4 : 497 


1767 


7 


144 


proposed sliire-town .... 


1755 — 


4:505 


1755 


4 


511 


proposed courts in . 


. 


. a 


1755 


4 


505 


account ...... 


, 


, , 


1761 


6 


206 


to choose clei-k 


1763— 


6 : 336 


1763 


6 


375 


N. W. part of, set oflfto Hollis 


1756— 


5 : 179 


1763 


6 


344 


1763— 6:372 


1763— 


6:373 


1773 


8 


148 


selectmen to appear .... 


. 


, , 


1773 


8 


138 


DUPPLIN (wc also Lcinpskr) : 












invciitorv ...... 


, 


. 


1768 


7 


220 


DURGAN, Judith: 












to appear 


, 


, , 


1774 


8 


167 


DURHAM : 












made a parish from Oyster River 


1732— 


2 : 368 


17.32 


2 


371 


representatives 1732 — 2 : 376 


1734— 


2:397 


1734 


2 


422 


1735— 2 : 433 


1736— 


2:457 


1737 


2 


475 


1739— 2:542 


1742— 


2:610 


1745 


3 


115 


1745— 3:119 


174.5— 


3:184 


1745 


3 


185 


1745— 3 : 187 


1745— 


3:262 


1746 


3 


368 


1747— 4 : 2 


1748— 


4: 4 


1748 


4 


100 


1749— 4 : 105 


1750— 


4: 10 


1751 


4 


6 


1751—4: 9 


1752— 


4:224 


1752 


4 


380 


1753— 4:347 


1753— 


4:384 


1753 


4 


386 


1754— 4 : 552 


1755 — 


4 : 558 


1755 


5 





175.5— 5 : 41 


1755 — 


5: 44 


1755 


5 


54 


1755 — : 56 


1755 — 


5:258 


1756 


5 


95 


1756— 5 : 260 


1756— 


5:515 


1757 


5 


264 


1757— 5:506 


1758 


5:434 


1758 


6 


512 


1759— 6:228 


1760— 


6 : 230 


1761 


6 


232 


1702- 6 : 247 


1762— 


6 : 264 


1762 


6 


458 


1763— 6 : 462 


1764— 


6:464 


1765 


7 


176 


176t;— 7: 73 


1766— 


7: 80 


1766 


7 


178 


17G7— 7 : 182 


]76,S— 


7 : 350 


1770 


7 


354 


1770—8: Ip 


1771— 


8: 2p 


1771 


8 


105 


1772— 8:115 


1773— 


8:144 


1774 


8 


164 


1774— 8 : 184 


1774— 


8:187 


1775 


8 


218 


petition 


1743 


3: 69 


17.55 


5 


53 


n.'-^S— 5:300 


17.^)8— 


5 : 35 1 


17.58 


5 


355 


1758— 5:386 


1766 


7: 92 


1766 


7 


94 


petitioner from .... 




, 


1747 


3 


511 


1 755 — 5 : 55 


1757 — 


5 : 300 


1761 


6 


142 


1761— 6:208 


1764— 


6:397 


1769 


7 


327 


Quakers, gatliering from, stayed 


, 


, 


1744 


3 


80 


Qu;ikers exempt from tax 


• 


. 


1761 


6 


131 


selectmen, etc., to ai)]iear 


1745— 


3 : 233 


1745 


3 


288 


174:>— 3:301 


17.5.^.— 


5: 50 


1772 


8 


121 


selectmen's account .... 


1762— 


6 : 296 


1763 


6 


315 


title of certain lands in . 


1761— 


6 : 128 


1761 


6 


129 


deed of land in, established 


1766— 


7: 60 


1766 


7 


91 



Province of 'New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



115 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


l)LmUAM, — (conii?itied) : 










estates in, divided .... 


1766— 7: 77 


1766 


7 


92 


lands in, conveyed .... 


. 


1768 


7 


216 


cart-brido;e between, and Canterbur3- 


1746— 3 : 338 


1746 


3 


435 


volunteers and scouts from 


1746— 3 : 404 


1747 


4 


29 


express to ..... 


• ■ 


1747 


3 


479 


classed for excise .... 


1752— 4:238 


1755 


4 


510 


inventory . . 1753— 4 : 293 


1760— 6 : 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 7 : 160 


176S— 7:219 


1773 


8 


157 


haling [haul in":] stores from, to Nottingham . 


1753 


4 


355 


line with Nottingham 


1757— 5 : 300 


1759 


6 


18 


expense incurred at . 


. 


1761 


6 


208 


highways . . 1763— 6 : 345 


1763— 6:374 


1763 


6 


375 


1763— 6:377 


1763— 6:381 


1765 


6 


451 


1765 6 : 453 


1768— 7:192 


1768 


7 


214 


1770— 7:341 


1772— 8:117 


1772 


8 


129 


guardian from 


1765— 6:441 


1765 


6 


444 




1765— 6 : 446 


1765 


6 


447 


Lee set off, etc., from 


1765 — 7 : 45 


1766 


7 


55 


1766— 7 : 60 


1766— 7: 62 


1766 


7 


65 


DUTIES (see also dutiable things. Lumber, Hum, Tea, 








Tobacco, Witie, etc.) : 










regulated 


. 


1721 


1 


281 


1721— 1:284 


1721— 1:303 


1721 


1 


305 


1722— 1:311 


1722— 1:312 


1722 


1 


313 


1756 5: 84 


1770 8: 23 


1775 


8 


231 


DWELLING-HOUSES {see also Houses) : 










invoice of 


1753 4 : 290 


1761 


6 


122 


DWINELL, Abigail: 










petition 


1759— 6: 6 


1759 


6 


7 


DWYER, James : 










account ...... 


1756 5 : 188 


1765 


6 


450 




1767— 7 : 144 


1772 


8 


125 


DYER, Samuel : 










account 


. 


1762 


6 


256 


EADES, Daniel : 










petition 


. 


1753 


4 


322 


EARL OF Holderness {see Holderness) . 










EARL OF Loudon {see Loudoti) . 










EASTBarnet: 










residence of agent at court 


... 


1763 


6 


333 


EAST Kingston : 










selectmen to appear .... 


. 


1742 


3 


38 


petition 


. 


1747 


3 


459 


inventory. . 1753 — 4:293 


1760— 6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 7 : 160 


1768— 7 : 219 


1773 


8 


156 


classed for excise .... 


• 


1755 


4 


510 


parochial affairs .... 




1766 


7 


75 




1766— 7 : 85 


1766 


7 


93 


EAST Town [Wakefield] : 










inventory 


1773— 8 : 153 


1773 


8 


157 


EASTERN (see Eastward). 










EASTMAN, Ebenezer : 










petition 


. 


1729 


2 


147 


muster-roll, etc. .... 


1747— 3:154 


1747 


3 


503 


1747— 4: 27 


1747— 4: iib 


1747 


4 


68 


1748— 4: 84 


1748— 4: 85 


1748 


4 


320 


EASTMAN, Joseph : 










muster-roll 


1756— 5: 97 


1756 


5 


126 




1756— 5:128 


1758 


5 


334 



IIG Index to Journals of House of Uepresentatives, 





YKAtt. 


VOL. 


FAU K. 


EASTMAN. Piiii.MP: 












l)t'titii)ii 1 


761— 6 


392 


1764 


6 


396 


EASTMAN, Kichakd: 












jx'titiDM ...... 


, , 


, 


1748 


4 


G2 


EAST.M AN, Samuel ["Esman, Estman, Ea.s> 


IAN"]: 










member . . 1711 — 1 


7U 1 


714— 1 


80 


1714 




82 


1711— 1 


83 1 


715— 1 


97 


1715 




99 


1710— 1 


10(J 1 


71.0— 1 


101 


1715 




102 


171.0 1 


104 1 


71.0— 1 


112 


1715 




113 


171.0- 1- 


114 1 


71.0— 1 


117 


1715 




124 


171(i— 1 


10.0 1 


71(1— 1 


157 


1716 




158 


171(i— 1 


10.3 1 


71(5— 1 


164 


1716 




167 


1716— 1 


l(i8 1 


716— 1 


173 


1716 




178 


171(;— 1 


17'.) 1 


716— 1 


ISO 


171(i 




182 


171(5- 1 


1S3 1 


716— 1 


1S7 


171(; 




1S9 


1717— 1 


190 1 


717— 1 


191 


1717 




192 


1717— 1 


1!)3 1 


717— 1 


194 


1717 




195 


1717— 1 


10(3 1 


717— 1 


1!)7 


1717 




198 


1717— 1 


1!)!) 1 


717— 1 


200 


1717 




201 


1717— 1 


203 1 


717— 1 


205 


1717 




20(J 


1717— 1 


210 1 


717— 1 


211 


1718 




214 


171.S— 1 


: 2L0 1 


718— 1 


216 


1718 




217 


17 IS— 1 


219 1 


71S— 1 


223 


1718 




226 


1718— 1 


• 227 1 


719— 1 


235 


1719 




236 


171!)— 1 


237 1 


719— 1 


240 


1719 




241 


1720— 1 


243 1 


72()— 1 


244 


1720 




249 


1720— 1 


2.0O 1 


720— 1 


253* 


1720 




2(52 


1720— 1 


2«)3 1 


721— 1 


266 


1721 




270 


1721— 1 


.272 1 


721— 1 


273 


1721 




276 


1721— 1 


278 1 


721— 1 


2S0 


1721 




282 


1721— 1 


283 1 


721— 1 


2s(; 


1721 




287 


1721— 1 


291 1 


721— 1 


292 


1721 




294 


1721— 1 


29.5 1 


721— 1 


297 


1721 




309 


1722— 1 


310 1 


7-J2 1 


312 


1722 


1 


313 


1722— 1 


314 1 


722 1 


317 


1722 




326 


1722— 1 


327 1 


722 1 


330 


1722 




335 


1722— 1 


339 1 


722 1 


342 


1722 




343 


1722- 1 


34.0 1 


722 1 


346 


1722 




351 


1722— 1 


: 3.03 1 


722 1 


354 


1722 




355 


1722— 1 


306 1 


722 1 


3.07 


1723 




359 


1723 1 


3.S1 1 


72.3— 1 


.382 


1723 




383 


1723 1 


384 1 


723 1 


387 


1723 




389 


1723 1 


..391 1 


723— 1 


393 


1723 




396 


1723— 1 


397 1 


723— 1 


.399 


1723 




400 


172;^— 1 


: 402 1 


723— 1 


405 


1723 




406 


172.3— 1 


:408 1 


72.3— 1 


410 


1724 




426 


1724— 1 


430 1 


724— 2 


] 


1724 


o 


4 


1724— 2 


: 8 1 


725— 2 


12t 


1725 


2 


13 


1725- 2 


: 15 1 


72.0— 2 


22 


1725 


2 


23 


172G- 2 


29 1 


726— 2 


36 


1726 


2 


39 


EASTMAN, Wim.iam: 












on ('.Tptiiin Tusli's roll 


, 


, 


17.06 


5 


131 


EASTWAIU): 












soldiers at the, expedition, etc. 






1721 


1 


276 


1 


721— 1 


:;oi 


1721 


1 


306 


1722— 1:314 1 


728— 1 


:!2I 


1722 


1 


324 


1722— 1:337 1 


722— 1 


;i40 


1722 


1 


342 


1722— 1:343 1 


722— 1 


344 


1725 


2 


17 


EATON, BF.N.rAMiN ["Easton"]: 












partition of lands of ... 


, , 


, 


1761 


6 


145 




1 


761— 6 


:146 


1761 


6 


217 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



117 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


EATON, Benjamin and Sarah : 










petition ..... 


. 1760 6:116 


1761 


6 


123 


EATOX, Rachel: 










suspected of ninrder 


. 


1766 


7 


54 


EDGERLY. Samuel: 










invalid soldier .... 


. 1746— 3 : 330 


1746 


3 


404 


EDGERLY, Zachakiah : 










petition 


. 


1755 


4 


516 


EDUCATION : 










good, necessary to prosperity . 


. 1771— 8:111 


1771 


8 


113 


EDWARD (see Fort). 










EDWARDS, Benjamin : 










petition ..... 


. 1754— 4:474 


1755 


4 


496 


EGREMONT (Mass.) : 










selectmen's account . 


. . • 


1761 


6 


221 


EJECTMENT : 










writs of . . 1730— 2 : 332 


1730— 2 : 333 


1734 


2 


411 


1738— 2:540 


1754— 4 : 423 


1755 


4 


507 


1755— 5: 59 


1756— 5 : 80 


1756 


5 


81 


ELECTION (see Assemblymen, Contested, 


a7id Meynbers). 








ELKINS, Daniel : 










widow of, allowance 


• • • 


1759 


5 


498 


ELKINS, Elisha : 










widow of, allowance 


• 


1759 


5 


498 


ELKINS, Jonathan : 










claim ..... 


• • • • 


1756 


5 


190 


ELKINS, Samuel: 










under Capt. John Gilman 


• • • - 


1726 


2 


•n 


ELKINS, Thomas : 










member ..... 


. 1742— 2 : 632 


1743 


3 


55 


ELLIOT, Abigail (sec Patiec, Eliphalet) . 










ELLIOT, Daniel: 










arms delivered to . . . 


■ • ■ • 


1757 


5 


228 


ELLIOT, David : 










petition . . 1753— 4 : 349 


1753 4 : 3o0 


1753 


4 


357 


ELLIOT, David and Richard : 










petition 


. 1747— 3 : 474 


1747 


3 


476 


ELLIOT, John: 










account ..... 


• • • • 


1747 


4 


39 


ELLIOT, Robert : 










councilor 


• • • • 


1715 


1 


100 


ELLIOT, Samuel : 










deserter 


. 1761— 6:162 


1761 


6 


163 




1767 — 7 : 137 


1767 


7 


138 


EMBARGO : 










on shipping .... 


. 1711— 1 : 9 


1755 


4 


530 


1758— 5 : 371 


175S— 5:372 


1758 


5 


373 


EMERSON, Daniel: 










deserter ..... 


■ • • • 


1722 


1 


315 


EMERSON, Rev. Daniel: 










army chaplain .... 


• • • . 


17.56 


. ) 


93 




1756— 5:111 


1756 


5 


148 


EMERSON, David : 










reported hired, l)v mistake 


. 1760 r, : 74 


1760 


6 


96 


EMERSON, David, Jr' : 










counterfeiter, apprehended 


• • • 


1755 


4 


519 


EMERSON, Edward : 










monopoly of potash works to . 


■ • 


1765 


6 


467 




1765— 6 : 468 


1765 


6 


469 


EMERSON, ]\Iary, and others: 










petition 


• • • • 


1734 


2 


408 



118 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAH. 


VOL. 


PAOE. 


KMKUSOX, Rev. Mh. : 












scttlciiifiit .... 


, 


• 


1710 


1 


168 


E.MKKSON. I'liii.ui-, AM) win;: 












]n.'iiti(>ii 


, 


, 


1702 





*2G2 


EMI:KS()N. Samlel: 












iclVree ..... 


. , 


. 


1745 


3 


295 


member . . 1755 — 5 : 258 


1750— 


5: 08 


175G 


6 


69 


175C— 5: 71 


1750— 


5: 119 


1756 


5 


260 


1756— 5:215 


1757— 


5 : 237 


1757 


5 


204 


17,57— 5:300 


1757— 


5:301 


1757 


5 


506 


1758— 5 : 318 


175,8— 


5:321 


1758 


5 


325 


1758— 5 : 329 


1758— 


5 : 37 1 


1758 


6 


407 


Una— 5:419 


1758— 


5:420 


1762 


6 


240 


17(;2— 6 : 250 


1702— 


0:458 


1763 


6 


344 


1763— 0:361 


1703— 


6 : 378 


1763 


6 


462 


1704— : 386 


1704— 


6 : 389 


1764 


6 


390 


1704— 6:394 


1704— 


6 : 397 


1764 


6 


400 


1704— 0:404 


not— 


6 : 423 


1764 


6 


420 


1704— 6:427 


1704— 


6:464 


1765 


6 


443 


1765 6 : 446 


1705— 


0:457 


1705 


6 


466 


1705- 0:407 


1705— 


7: 43 


1765 


7 


44 


EMERSON, Solomon : 












petition ..... 


. 1755— 


4:516 


1755 


4 


529 


EMERY, Anthony: 












petition ..... 


. 1757— 


5 : 242 


1757 


5 


243 


account 


. 1759— 


5:484 


1759 


5 


485 


EMERY, Cai-t. Kk iiakd: 












muster-roll . 1750—5:133 


1758 


5 : 323 


1758 


6 


332 


1758— 5:387 


1758— 


5:416 


1758 


5 


424 


EMITTING (sec BilLi of Credit, etc.). 












ENDEAVOR : 












sloop, Capt. John Wise . 


. 


, . 


1745 


3 


304 


ENEMIES {see also Indians) : 












WAV against, etc. 1722 — 1 : 328 


1722— 


1 : 334 


1722 


1 


337 


1722— 1:349 


1747— 


3 : 454 


1757 


5 


243 


ENGINEER {see also Rednapp, Colonel): 












for the fort 1711—1: 2 


1743— 


3: 67 


1744 


3 


77 


ENGLAND {sec also Laws) : 












relations of province with, etc. 


, 




1717 


1 


208 


/ 


1719- 


1 : 240 


1724 


1 


431 


1724— 2: 12 


1727— 


2: 96 


1740 


2 


544 


1742— 2:014 


1749- 


4:10S 


1749 


1 


1 f,;) 


1754— 1:418 


1754— 


4:419 


1754 


4 


412 


statutes of, ijurchased 


. 1702— 


: 278 


1702 





294 




1702— 


: 2!l!» 


1765 


••• 


452 


ENGRAVER : 












of Ijills, Mr. Ilurd, sworn 


. 


, 


17. '.5 


4 


508 


ENLISTING {see also Drafts, Levies, Recrui/inf/) : 










soldiers ..... 


. 1750— 


5:1.55 


1757 


t 


150 


ENLISTMENTS {see Beating Orders, 


Captain-Qcncral , 








Carpenters, and Oovernor) . 












ENSIGNS : 












wages 


, , 


. 


1 750 


5 


117 


1757— 5 : 238 


1758— 


5 : 378 


1759 


5 


495 


1759— 0: 4 


1701- 


0: 193 


1702 


6 


254 


ENTAIL : 




f: 37 








docked 


. 1726— 


1720 


2 


38 


1740— 2:505 


171i> 


2 : 508 


1740 


2 


509 


mo— 8 : 277 


1750— 


5:172 


1750 


5 


174 


ENTER I'RISE: 












11. M. S., John Donkley, captain 


. 


. 


1758 


5 


311 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



119 



ENTERTAINING (see also Boarding) : 

soldiers ..... 
ENTRY : 

and detainer, forcible, to prevent 

of committees, in journal 
EPPING : 

representative .... 

volunteer from .... 

highway in, altered . 

meeting-house tax 

land tax . 

jaetition 



1747— 3 : 470 



TEAR. 



1747— 3 : 476 



petitioner from 
classed for excise 
inventory . 



1753- 
1767- 



4; 
7: 



293 
160 



1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 

1752— 
1760— 
1768— 



3:471 
3:477 
3:456 
3:471 



4; 

6: 

7 : 



238 
86 

218 



tavern-keeper in 

selectmen to appear . 

polling oft' from Poplin to 
EPSOM : 

petition .... 
1744— 
1702- 



1765— 6 : 435 



84 
296 



1744 
176 



3: 85 
6:414 



petitioner from 


. 




. 




. 


. 


proprietors, to app 


3ar 






. 1745 


3 


225 


defence of 


1745— 


3 


247 


1747— 


3 


514 


classed for excise 


, , 




, 


. 1752— 


4 


238 


land tax . 


, , 




, 


. 1761— 


6 


208 


inventory . 


, , 




. 


. 17G0— 


6 


86 




1767— 


7 


161 


1768— 


7 


218 


common land in, sold 




, 


, 


, 


, 










1765— 


6 


456 




1765- 


7 


8 


1765— 


7 


33 



; 77 

399 

149 

192 

12 

33 

: 91 

:103 

121 



EQUITY (see also Money) : 

bill 

ERRORS (see A2)j)eals) . 
ESCAPES (see also Prison) : 

from gaol or prison 1714 — 
1734— 
1767— 
1768— 
1770— 
1770— 
1771- 
1771— 
1772- 
ESSEX County (Mass.) : 

trial of N. H. men, in 
ESSEX Gazette: 

newspaper .... 
ESTABLISHMENT (see also Succession) : 
of wages and bounty 

1758— 5 : 378 
1761— 6 : 223 
ESTATES (see also Assessmc7ils and Selectmen) 
concealing from assessment, penalty 
assessment of . 
ratable, invoice of . 

1753— 4:290 
persons to give in inventor}' of their 



1716- 
1734- 
1768- 
1768- 
1770- 
1771- 
1771- 
1772- 
1772— 8:123 



1 : 152 
2:431 
7:187 
7 : 236 
8: 13 
8: 59 
8: 99 
8:116 



1732— 2 : 367 



1759- 
1762- 



1729- 
1770- 



6: 4 
6:303 



2:172 
8: 4 



1747 

1714 
1745 

1745 
1746 
1747 
1747 
1747 
1747 
1748 
1763 
1755 
1761 
1773 
1754 
1754 
1765 

1743 
1762 
1765 
1761 
1745 
1747 
1755 
1761 
1761 
1773 
1765 
1765 
1765 

1742 



1718 
1766 
1768 
1770 
1770 
1771 
1771 
1772 
1773 

1733 

1768 

1757 
1760 
1769 

1718 
1727 
1732 
1773 
1763 



VOL. 



1 

3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
6 
4 
6 
8 
4 
4 
6 



1 

7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 





6 

7 

1 
2 
2 
8 
6 



PAGE. 



516 

77 
128 

119 
404 
460 
477 
488 
458 
61 
348 
510 
122 
156 
395 
485 
451 



3 


71 


6 


294 


6 


434 


6 


157 


3 


242 


4 


30 


4 


510 


6 


215 


6 


122 


8 


156 


6 


455 


7 


4 


7 


34 



647 

225 

99 

188 

11 

15 

90 

101 

117 

136 

384 

271 

238 

74 

330 

220 
75 
366 
136 
321 



120 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ES'l'ATKS, — (contuiiad) : 












HTsonal, selling ;it vemlue 


, 




1773 


8 


149 


ESTATES OF Persons Deceased (see also Administra- 








tors, Dower, and Eicridors) : 












insolvent, (lislril)iited 


1718— 


1:220 


1715 


3 


247 


intestate, settlement regulated 




, 


1743 


3 


73 




1745— 


3 : 176 


1745 


3 


178 


1745— 3:179 


1745— 


3 : 207 


1745 


3 


247 


1774— 8: 170 


177-1— 


8: 193 


1774 


8 


209 


partition of land, in ease of minors 


, 


, 


1763 


6 


321 


EURori: : 












alVairs in . . 1711—1: 20 


1717— 


1:193 


1721 


1 


281 


1721— 1:284 


1734— 


2 : 425 


1735 


2 


438 


1735 2 : 442 


175.8— 


5:445 


17.08 


5 


454 


1759— 6: 20 


1759— 


6: 28 


1761 


6 


183 


EVANS, Jonathan : 












nius tor-roll ..... 


1755 — 


4 : 494 


1755 


4 


495 


EVANS, William: 












company clerk, under Cai)t, Samuel Gerrish 


. 


1757 


5 


285 


EVENING Post: 












newspaper 


1746— 


3 : 434 


1747 


3 


476 


1747— 3 : 504 


1747— 


4: 22 


1747 


4 


31 


EMDENCE (see also Witness) : 












one, to convict before justice of peace 


, 


1700 


6 


110 


EXCEPTIONS (see also Jones, Joseph, and 


Objections) : 








to judgment of boundary commissiori 


. 


• • 


1737 


2 


512 




1737— 


2:514 


1737 


2 


518 


1737— 2:519 


1737— 


2 : 526 


1737 


o 


527 


EXCHANGE : 












of prisoners, with Canada 


, 


, 


1747 




517 


EXCHEQUER: 












her majesty's ..... 


. 


. 


1711 


1 


2 


EXCISE (see also Act, Bonds, Districts, and Impost) -. 








act 


1711— 


1: 30 


1713 


1 


67 


1710- 1:169 


1717— 


1 : 202 


1718 


1 


214 


1718— 1:216 


1719— 


1 : 234 


1720 


1 


245 


1721— 1:281 


1721 — 


1 : ■2s:\ 


1721 


1 


297 


1722— 1:357 


1723— 


1 : .3;)8 


1723 


1 


401 


1723— 1:402 


1723— 


1 : 403 


1723 


1 


40<) 


1723— 1:408 


1723— 


1:412 


1725 


2 


24 


1726— 2: 32 


1729— 


2:144 


1729 


2 


150 


1729— 2:170 


1732— 


2 : 36!» 


1742 


2 


029 


1742— 2:630 


1742— 


2 : 632 


1712 


f> 


037 


1742— 2 : 643 


1742— 


2 : 647 


1745 


;{ 


211 


1745— 3:219 


1745— 


3 : 223 


17 15 


3 


212 


1745 3 : 244 


1745— 


3 : 252 


1754 


4 


398 


1758— 5 : 405 


1758— 


5 : 406 


17C)0 


6 


61 


1760 6: 71 


1760— 


6: 90 


1761 


6 


179 


1761- 6:180 


1761— 


6:188 


1761 


6 


1 


1761— 6:216 


1761— 


6 : 22< 1 


17t;2 


6 


211 


1762— 6:251 


1762— 


6 : 257 


17(52 


<» 


204 


1762— 6:266 


1762— 


6 : 268 


1762 


(i 


271 


1762— 6:277 


1762— 


6:278 


1762 


6 


282 


1762- 6:290 


1762 — 


6 : 294 


1762 


6 


2!i5 


1762— 6:298 


1763— 


6:314 


1763 


6 


315 


1763 6:316 


1763-* 


»6:317 


1763 


<) 


351 


17(5.3— 6:354 


1763— 


6 : 375 


1765 


7 


15 


1765— 7:16 


176r,— 


7: 61 


1766 


( 


62 


1700— 7: 65 


1766— 


7: 67 


1767 


7 


132 


17(j7_ 7 : l:u 


1767— 


7 : 14I> 


1767 


7 


155 


1767— 7 : 163 


1767— 


7:170 


1768 


t 


232 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



121 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


EXCISE, — {continued) : 










act . . . 1768— 7 : 233 


1768 7 : 235 


1768 


7 


241 


1768— 7 : 242 


1768— 7 : 243 


1768 


7 


248 


1768 7 : 258 


1768— 7 : 261 


1768 


7 


269 


1768— 7 : 270 


1769— 7:329 


1770 


8 


11 


1771— 8 : 109 


1771— 8:110 


1772 


8 


117 


1772— 8 : 118 


1773— 8 : 137 


1774 


8 


168 


collected {see also Collectors) . 


• • • • 


1721 


1 


285 




1723 1 : 378 


1749 


4 


126 




1770— 8: 40 


1770 


8 


52 


farming' the .... 


. 1717— 1:202 


1718 


1 


214 


1719— 1 : 234 


1720— 1:245 


1725 


2 


19 


1726— 2: 32 


1727— 2: 80 


1727 


2 


81 


1727— 2: 83 


1727— 2 : 88 


1729 


2 


160 


1736— 2:445 


1735— 2:446 


1735 


2 


450 


1735 2 : 451 


1738— 2:537 


1740 


2 


547 


1740— 2:550 


1742— 2:629 


1742 


3 


31 


1742— 3 : 36 


1742— 3 : 39 


1743 


3 


51 


1743— 3: 60 


1745 3 : 248 


1745 


3 


265 


1745— 3:274 


1747— 3:484* 


1747 


o 
O 


505 


1752— 4 : 236 


1753 4 : 326 


1753 


4 


330 


1753— 4 : 364 


1754— 4 : 397 


1754 


4 


425 


1754— 4:426 


1754— 4 : 428 


1754 


4 


429 


1754— 4 : 448 


1755— 4:492 


1755 


4 


508 


1755— 4:509 


1755 4:519 


1755 


4 


541 


1755 4 : 573 


1756— 5 : 68 


1756 


5 


80 


1756— 5 : 134 


1757— 5:214 


1757 


5 


221 


1757— 5 : 286 


1757— 5 : 307 


1758 


5 


329 


1758— 5 : 382 


1758— 5 : 405 


1758 


5 


421 


1759— 5 : 492 


1759— 6 : 32 


1760 


6 


92 


1760— 6 : 100 


1760 6 : 106 


1761 


6 


220 


1761— 6:221 


1763— 6 : 380 


1767 


7 


153 


1767 — 7 : 155 


1767— 7 : 168 


1767 


7 


169 


1768— 7 : 273 


1768— 7 : 274 


1768 


7 


275 


1769— 7 : 297 


1769— 7 : 327 


1769 


7 


331 


1770— 7:346 


1770— 8 : 6 


1770 


8 


18 


1770— 8 : 40 


1770— 8: 41 


1771 


8 


86 


1772— 8:118 


1772— 8:124 


1772 


8 


125 


1778— 8 : 137 


1773 8 : 153 


1773 


8 


154 


1774— 8 : 168 


1774— 8 : 169 


1774 


8 


209 


governor and liev;tenant-governor paid out of the . 


1718 


1 


228 


1719— 1 : 238 


1720— 1:248 


1721 


1 


287 


1729— 2 : 153 


1747 — 4 : 55 


1757 


5 


271 


1758— 5 : 348 


1758— 5 : 349 


1758 


5 


449 


1758— 5 : 455 


1767— 7 : 149 


1767 


7 


167 


regulated 


. 1713 1: 64 


1714 


1 


74 


1716— 1:175 


1716— 1:176 


1718 


1 


213 


1719— 1 : 234 


1721— 1:2S2 


1721 


1 


284 


1721— 1:296 


1721— 1:303 


1721 


1 


305 


1726— 2: 64 


1727— 2 : 80 


1728 


2 


112 


1732— 2 : 370 


1742— 2:644 


1752 


4 


221 


1752— 4 : 235 


1752— 4 : 239 


1752 


4 


244 


17,-,2— 4:24S 


1752— 4:249 


1752 


4 


259 


1753— 4:286 


1753— 4 : 287 


1753 


4 


288 


1753— 4 : 293 


1753— 4:298 


1753 


4 


330 


1753— 4:336 


1754— 4 : 395 


1754 


4 


397 


1755— 4:509 


1756— 5 : 84 


1760 


6 


48 


1767— 7 : 132 


1767— 7 : 134 


1768 


7 


251 


EXECUTION {see also Gallows) : 










place for, determined 


. 1718— 1:226 


1718 


1 


227 


public, of Ruth Blay 


: 


1769 


7 


321 



16 



122 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



EXECUTION : 

upon laiul, sliall give good title, when 

ieticni|)tioii of laiuls taken by . 

rc'tuni of . . . . . . 1770 — 8: 47 

served by coroner and sherift" ..... 
EXECL"r(HvS (see also Estates of Persons Deceased) : 

ri'^iilated ......... 

aci'ounts ......... 

EXEMPriUN {see Imprcssmeiit, Taxes, abated, etc.). 
EXETKK {see also Towns') : 

niimite-iiuMi from ....... 

soldiers billeted at (.sec also Gilman, Colonel) 

1746— 3:880 



volunteers from 
representatives 



1713— 

1715— 

1717— 

1728— 

1731— 

173-1— 

1737— 

1742— 

1740— 

1740- 

1749— 

1751— 

1752— 

1754— 

1755— 

175G— 

1756— 

1758— 

1759— 

1762— 

1765— 

1768— 

1770— 

1772— 

177 



Cuy 
117 
190 
121 
335 
422 
475 
610 



3 : 185 



368 
100 
6 
380 
552 

43 

63 
515 
434 
228 
458 
176 
350 

IP 

115 

184 



171.^— 1: 

1715— 1: 

1722— 1: 

1730— 2 : 

1732— 2 : 

1735— 2 : 

1738— 

1745— 

1745— 

1747— 

1749— 

1751— 

1753— 

1755— 

1755— 

1756- 

1757 — 

1758— 

1760— 

1763— 

1766— 

1769— 

1771— 

1773— 

1774— 



2: 

3: 

3: 

4: 

4 

4 

4 

4 

5 

5 

5 

5 

6 

6 

7 

7 

8 

8 

8 



1716- 
1730- 



97 
127 
326 
307 
376 
433 
532 
115 
187 
2 
104 
9 
384 
558 

54 

95 
264 
436 
230 
462 
178 
352 

2p 
144 
187 



188 
327 



taverns ..... 

Ijounds jjerambulated 

courts at 

court-house and prison in 

receiver of boards at ..... . 

highway from, to Winnipissokee pond 

trustees of public funds in .... . 

1722— 1:361 

constable's account 

tiring guns in, restricted 

estates in . . 1726—2: 37 1763—6:370 
north part, petition (see also Newmarket) 

1727— 



south part, petition 
petition 



1742— 
1742— 



2:616 
2:638 



1744— 3:111 



1737— 
1742— 
1742-* 
1744— 
1755 — 



102 
499 
623 
649 
99 
50 



petitioner from .... 
litigant from ..... 
southwest parishes, made Brentwood 



TEAK. 


VOL. 


FAOE. 


1716 


1 


145 


1717 


1 


197 


1774 


8 


193 


1774 


8 


169 


1714 


1 


77 


1774 


8 


209 



1711 

1748 

1746 

1715 

1716 

1727 

1730 

1734 

1736 

1739 

1745 

1745 

1748 

1750 

1752 

1753 

1"55 

1755 

1756 

1757 

1758 

1761 

1764 

1767 

177U 

1771 

1774 

1775 

1715 

1715 

1726 

1755 

1726 

1721 

1722 

1722 

1727 

1724 

1724 

1764 

1727 

1727 

1737 

1742 

1742 

1744 

1755 

1742 

1765 

1742 



4 

3 

1 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

3 

3 

4 

4 

4 

4 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

6 

6 

7 

7 

8 

8 

8 

1 

1 

2 

4 

2 

1 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 

6 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

3 
5 
2 
7 
2 



21 

68 
404 
115 
173 
100 
317 
397 
457 
642 
184 
262 
4 

10 
216 
386 

258 
260 
506 
512 
232 
464 
182 
354 
105 
164 
218 
135 
136 

60 
605 

47 
286 
317 
359 
108 
417 
419 
405 

94 
103 
502 
625 
651 
104 

54 
650 

17 
653 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



123 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


EXETER, — {continued) : 










new parish .... 


1755— 4:532 


1755 


5 


31 


1763— 6:363 


1763— 6 : 364 


1763 


6 


366 


land and trade valuation . 


. 1728— 2 : 136 


1728 


2 


140 


inventory 


■ • • 


• 1753 


4 


293 


1760— 6: 86 


1761— 6 : 122 


1732 


2 


366 


1767— 7: 160 


1768 7 : 219 


1773 


8 


156 


riot and assaidt at . . . 


1734— 2:429 


1734 


2 


430 


pillory erected at . . . 


■ . • 


1732 


3 


270 


proclamations carried to . 


. 


1745 


3 


287 


express to .... 


1747— 4: 25 


1748 


4 


79 


cattle sent back to . 


• • 


1755 


5 


20 


selectmen to appear 1752 — 4 : 238 


1754— 4 : 485 


1755 


4 


540 


1755— 5 : 50 


1756— 6 : 64 


1765 


7 


17 


classed for excise .... 


• • • 


1755 


4 


510 


proposed shire-town 


■ • > 


1755 


4 


511 


sloop named, Robert White, master 


• • • 


1745 


3 


272 


EXETER River: 










ferry 


1721— 1:282 


1746 


3 


432 


bridges . . 1746— 3 : 432 


1746— 3:433 


1746 


3 


434 


1747— 3:467 


1747— 3 : 469 


1747 


3 


486 


1768— 7 : 202 


1768— 7:205 


1770 


8 


7 


EXPEDITION {see also Abercrombie, Amherst, Canada, 








Caj:)e Breton, Croivn Point, Cuba, Eastward, Indian, 








Louisburg, Loudon, Fort Royal, and West Indies) : 








under Lord Amherst 


• • • 


1759 


5 


485 




1759— 5:486 


1759 


5 


487 


1759— 5:488 


1759— 5 : 489 


1759 


6 


4 


1760— 6 : 63 


1760— 6 : 67 


1760 


6 


68 


1760— 6: 72 


1760 6: 73 


1760 


6 


74 


1760 6: 75 


1760— 6 : 76 


1760 


6 


118 


of a French fleet on the coast . 


. • ■ 


1711 


1 


24 


under Lord Loudon .... 


■ 


1758 


5 


332 


1758— 5 : 333 


1758— 5:334 


1758 


5 


335 


1758 5 : 344 


1758— 5 : 345 


1758 


5 


346 


1758— 5 : 347 


1758— 5 : 350 


1758 


5 


352 


1758 5 : 353 


1758— 5 : 354 


1758 


5 


358 


1758— 5 : 360 


1758— 5:367 


1758 


5 


368 


1758— 5 : 369 


1758 5 : 372 


1758 


5 


375 


1758 5 : 377 


1758— 5:383 


1758 


5 


389 


1758— 5:390 


1758 5:392 


1758 


5 


395 


1758— 5 : 396 


1758— 5 : 397 


1758 


5 


398 


1758— 5 : 405 


1758 5:413 


1758 


5 


416 


1758— 5:426 


1758— 5:431 


1760 


6 


118 


of 1755 


. 


1760 


6 


118 


of 1756 


1760 6 


90 


1760 


6 


93 


1760 6 


118 


1761— 6 


127 


1761 


6 


134 


of 1757 . . 1760— 6 


38 


1760 6 


39 


1760 


6 


42 


1760— 6 


43 


1760— 6 


118 


1761 


6 


139 


of 1758 . . 1759— 6 


15 


1760— 6 


39 


1760 


6 


118 


of 1759 


• > • 


1760 


6 


90 


1760— 6: 95 


17G0— 6: 97 


1760 


6 


118 


1761— 6 : 136 


1761— 6:141 


1761 


6 


148 


of 1760 . . 1760— 6 : 69 


1760— 6: 95 


1760 


6 


118 


1761— 6:130 


1761— 6:143 


1761 


6 


144 


1761— 6:158 


1761— 6 : 160 


1761 


6 


161 


1761— 6: 163 


1761— 6:164 


1761 


6 


165 


1761— 6:167 


1761— 6:175 


1761 


6 


177 


1761— 6:178 


1761— 6:179 


1761 


6 


180 


1761— 6 : 187 


1761— 6 : 188 


1761 


6 


189 


1761— 6 


190 


1761— 6 


192 


1761 


6 


193 



124 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





TEAB. 


VOL. 


PAOB. 


EXPEDITION, — {continued) : 










of 17GU . . 17(;i— r, : 194 


17G1— 6:196 


1761 


6 


*198 


17(;i— G: lyj 


17G1— 6:201 


1761 


6 


202 


17G1— G:2(»3 


17G1— 6:204 


1761 


6 


205 


17G1— G:20G 


17G1— 6:208 


1761 


6 


209 


17G1— G:210 


1701— 6:214 


1761 


6 


216 


1701— G:218 


1701- G:221 


1761 


6 


224 


1762— 6 : 240 


17G2— 6:247 


1762 


6 


253 


of 17G1 


. 17G1— G: 172 


1761 


6 


174 


17G1— 6:175 


17G1— 6:209 


1762 


6 


256 


17G2— 6 : 259 


17G2— 6:269 


1762 


6 


275 


of 1762 


• • * • 


1762 


6 


253 


17G2— 6:272 


1762— 6:296 


1762 


6 


312 


17G3 6:321 


176:5— 6:332 


1763 


6 


333 


17G3— 6:334 


1763— 6:364 


1763 


6 


365 


17G3- 6:367 


1763 6:371 


1763 


6 


.372 


snow-shoes and moo;<risons for any 


. 


1745 


3 


113 


EXPEDITIONS (see also Oxen, Tools, and Wagoners) : 








suiidrv late, in North America 


. 


1764 


6 


407 


EXPOR'J'S {see also Imjwst) : 










duties . . 1714— 1 : 86 


1717— 1:194 


1721 


1 


286 


1721— 1:305 


1722— 1:313 


1723 


1 


378 


EXPRESSES (.see also DespcUches) : 










sent, received, etc. . 


■ ■ • ■ 


1721 


1 


301 


1721— 1 : 306 


1722— 1:316 


1723 


1 


408 


173.5— 2:449 


1737— 2:486 


1745 


3 


166 


1745_ 8: 200 


174.5— 3:231 


1745 


3 


232 


174.5— 3:251 


1745 3 : 277 


1745 


3 


290 


1746 3 : 333 


174(5— 3 : 344 


1746 


3 


381 


174G— 3:420 


1746— 3 : 427 


1746 


3 


428 


174G 3 : 432 


1746— 3 : 436 


1747 


2 


445 


1747— 3:479 


1747— 3:488 


1747 


4 


17 


1747— 4: 25 


1748— 4: 65 


1748 


4 


79 


1755 4 : 497 


17.5.5— 4 : 515 


1755 


5 


38 


1756- 5 : 81 


1757— 5 : 202 


1757 


5 


203 


1757— 6 : 283 


1759— 5:498 


1760 


6 


92 


17G0— 6: 93 


176,5_ 6 : 429 


1765 


6 


434 


176,5— 7 : 30 


1767— 7 : 124 


1767 


7 


144 


iPvTENT {see also Treasurer) -. 










in case of i)ublic bonds . 


. 1729— 2 : 154 


1736 


2 


460 


atjainst purchaser of excise 


• • • • 


1770 


8 


6 


EYRE, I-:tc. {seeAyers). 










FABYAN, Joijx: 










member 


. 174.5— 3:149 


1745 


3 


1.52 


174.5— 3 : 156 


174.5— 3 : 158 


1745 


3 


tl59 


174,5— 3: 164 


174,0— 3: 166 


1745 


3 


167 


174.5— 3: 172 


1745— 3 : 180 


1745 


3 


203 


FALMOUTH {sec also Cw-co Bay) : 










ratification at . 


. 1726 2: 41 


1727 


2 


84 


FARM! N r; ( sec Excise) . 










FAUNSWORTH, Ebenezeu : 










captivated by St. Francois Indians 


• • ■ ■ 


1754 


4 


482 


FARNUM, James: 










letters from .... 


• • • • 


1744 


3 


100 


FARRAH, .John: 


* 








V. Rrown, Ezekiel 


. 17.56— 5: 178 


1756 


5 


182 


FARRICII, Caitain: 










sailors of, impair the gaol 


• • . • 


1746 


3 


403 


B^ARTIIING : 










English, value of the 


. 


1765 


6 


453 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



125 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


FAST : 












appointed, etc. 


. 


1717— 1:207 


1745 


3 


123 




1745— 3 : 229 


1746— 3 : 425 


1749 


4 


157 




1756 5:162 


1761— 6 : 129 


1767 


7 


111 


FAYAL Wine : 












duty on 


• • • • 


1714— 1: 82 


1717 


1 


193 




1717— 1 : 194 


1721— 1:281 


1721 


1 


284 


FEES {see also Oovernvient, service ; and Recorder) : 








law regulating, i)ri 


nted 


• 


1716 


1 


187 


regulated . 


. • • • 


1714— 1: 78 


1718 


1 


221 


^ 


1730 2 : 321 


1730 2:325 


1730 


2 


326 




1730— 2:330 


1742— 2 : 649 


1742 


2 


652 




1742— 3 : 30 


1742— 3: 31 


1742 


3 


33 




1742— 3 : 35 


1742— 3: 40 


1742 


3 


45 




1743— 3 : 53 


1743— 3 : 55 


1743 


3 


56 




1743— 3 : 57 


1743— 3 : 62 


1743 


3 


69 




1743 3: 70 


1743— 3: 71 


1743 


3 


73 




1744— 3:112 


1744— 3:113 


1746 


3 


39? 




1747— 3:505 


1747— 3:506 


1755 


6 


59 




17G0— 6 : 52 


1765— 6:455 


1766 


7 


95 




1767— 7 : 127 


1767— 7 : 128 


1767 


7 


137 




1767— 7 : 150 


1767— 7 : 156 


1767 


7 


157 




1767— 7 : 159 


1767— 7 : 168 


1767 


7 


169 




1767— 7 : 170 


1768 7 : 200 


1768 


7 


203 




1768— 7 : 204 


1768— 7:208 


1768 


7 


211 




1768 7 : 212 


1771— 8:109 


1772 


8 


114 




1773— 8:136 


1773 8 : 137 


1773 


8 


142 


FELLOWS, Nathaniel 


(see also Doorkeep 


er) : 








muster-roll, etc. 


• • • ■ 


1746— 3 : 395 


1753 


4 


342 


doorkeeper 


• • 


1758— 5 : 381 


1759 


6 


13 




1760 6 : 107 


1761— 6:212 


1762 


6 


267 


FELLOWS, William : 












member . 


• • • • 


. 


1720 




253 




1722— 1:326 


1722— 1:327 


1722 




330 




1722— 1:332 


1722— 1 : 335 


1722 




338 




1722— 1 : 339 


1722— 1 : 342 


1722 




343 




1722— 1:345 


1722— 1:346 


1722 




348 




1722— 1:349 


1722— 1:351 


1722 




353 




1722— 1:354 


1722— 1:355 


1722 




356 




1722— 1 : 357 


1722— 1 : 359 


1722 




367 




1722— 1:368 


1722— 1:369 


1722 




371 




1722— 1:372 


1723— 1:373 


1723 




375 




1723 1 : 377 


1723 1 : 379 


1723 




381 




1723— 1:382 


1723 1 : 383 


1723 




384 




1723— 1:387 


1723— 1:390 


1723 




393 




1723— 1:396 


1723— 1:397 


1723 




398 




1723— 1:399 


1723— 1:400 


1723 




402 




1723 1 : 405 


1723 1:406 


1723 




408 




1723— 1:410 


1723— 1:412 


1724 




413 




1724— 1:414 


1724— 1:415 


1724 




424 




1724 1 : 426 


1724— 1:432 


1724 




433 




1724— 1:434 


1724— 2: 3 


1724 


2 


8 




1724— 2 : 10 


1724— 2: 11 


1724 


2 


*12 




1725 2: 12t 


1725— 2: 13 


1725 


2 


15 




1725— 2: 16 


1725— 2 : 21 


1725 


2 


22 




1725— 2: 23 


1725 2: 27 


1725 


2 


29 




1726 2: 33 


1726— 2: 34 


1726 


2 


35 




1726— 2 : 38 


1726— 2 : 39 


1726 


2 


40 




1726— 2 : 44 


1726— 2: 45 


1726 


2 


50 




1726— 2 : 53 


1726 2: 55 


1726 


2 


56 




1726— 2: 59 


1726— 2 : 63 


1726 


2 


66 



12(^ Index to Journals of House of Tvkpresentatives, 



FELLOWS, William, — {continued) : 

uit'iuber . . 1727 — 2 : G7 
1727— 2: 73 
1727— 2: 82 
1727— 2: bl 
1727— 2: 94 
1727— 2 : 105 
FELONS: 

instructions resi)ecting impost on 
FELONY: 

without benefit of clergy 
FENCES : 

regulated .... 

FENTON, Joiix : 

nu'inln'r .... 

feoffi:e: 

Wiiklron, in re Johnson . 
FERNALD, John: 
account, etc. 



1727— 2: 69 
1727— 2 : 74 
1727— 2: 83 
1727— 2: 88 
1727— 2: 97 
1727— 2: 106 

17:52- 2:365 



1718— 1:220 
1748— 4: 73 



1747— 3:518 
FERKLVOE {see also Porllcdge) : 

allowance for 1747 — 4: 32 

FERUIKS: 

regulated . 1718—1:22(1 1721—1:282 

1747— 4: 37 1752— 4:25.^ 
FERRIN, JONATIIAN: 

to ajjpoar ......... 

FIELD On KKHS (see also Training, etc.) : 

to appoint where snow-shoes, etc., shall be lodged 
only one otllcer voted for ..... 

FIFIELD^.Ioiin: 

account ......... 

FIFIELI), Jonathan : 

to appear ......... 

FIFIELI), Samikl: 

petition 1755 — 4 : 499 

FILING Reasons (see Appeals) . 
TINES (see also Fees, Forfeitures, and Quakers) : 

regulated 1721— 1:266 

1767— 7 : 148 1767— 7 : 164 

military 

17.10—2:550 1740—2:552 
1740— 2:5()9 1746— 3:399 
1747— 3 : 479 1756— 5 : 175 
1758— 5 : 331 1758— 5 : 364 
1773— 8:140 177:3— 8:141 
of members, for unexcused al)sences 

174:3— 3: 56 
charged by judges, justices, etc. 
reduced to lawful money . 



certain, payable to county treasurer 

FIRE: 

in Boston, 220 families distressed 
FIRE-SHOVEL: 

for use of general assembly 
FIRES : 



1747— 3:505 
176.S— 7:217 
1770— 8: 7 



1772— 8:114 
1765— 6 : 96 



extinguishing 



1758 — 5 : 357 1758 — 5 : 358 



T£AR. 



1727 
1727 
1727 
1727 
1727 
1730 

1732 

1738 

1743 
1754 

1775 

1761 

1746 
1772 

1747 

1746 
1752 

1754 

1745 
1757 

1773 

1773 

1760 



1721 
1771 
1740 
1740 
1747 
1757 
1772 
1773 
1742 
1743 
1747 
1770 
1770 
1771 
1774 

1760 

1770 

17.57 
1758 



VOL. 



<2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

2 

3 
4 

8 

6 

3 

8 



3 
4 



3 
5 

8 

8 

6 



1 
8 
2 
2 
3 
5 
8 
8 
2 
3 
3 
8 
8 
8 
8 



5 
6 



PAGE. 



71 
78 
84 
93 
98 
319 

368 

534 

57 
462 

218 

204 

317 
129 

37 

432 
259 

476 

113 
234 

149 

146 

90 



285 

68 

545 

563 

478 

295 

124 

142 

632 

66 

506 

1 

40 

109 

169 

98 

19 

219 
359 



Province of ISTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



127 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


FIRES,— (co7iti?med) : 












extinguishing . 1761 — 6 : 125 


1761— 


6 : 135 


1761 


6 


157 


1761— 6:158 


1761— 


6:166 


1761 


6 


176 


1763— 6:375 


1763— 


6:377 


1763 


6 


378 


FIRING : 












of guns restricted 1724 — 1:419 


1724— 


1:428 


1746 


3 


423 


FISH (see also names of kinds) : 












bounty on catching (see Codfish). 












merchantable 


1721— 


1:281 


1721 


1 


350 


dutiable 


, 


, , 


1721 


1 


*305 


curing and culling, regulated 


, 


. 


1723 


1 


408 


obstructing j^assage of, penalty 


. 


, , 


1764 


6 


399 




1764— 


6:402 


1764 


6 


405 


FISHERY, The (see also Alewives, Bass, 


Cod, Salmon, 








Shad, Weirs, etc.) : 












regulated, etc. . 1718— 1 : 221 


1730— 


2 : 309 


1745 


3 


260 


FISHING : 












vessels, excepted from powder tax , 


, 


, , 


1722 


1 


351 


at Amoskeag [Falls] 


, 


, , 


1760 


6 


97 




1760— 


6: 99 


1760 


6 


110 


1761— 6 : 149 


1761— 


6:150 


1761 


6 


152 


in Merrimack river .... 


, 


, ^ 


1757 


5 


221 


1757— 5 : 233 


1764— 


6:392 


1764 


6 


393 


1764— 6 : 395 


1764— 


6:413 


1765 


6 


432 


1765 6 : 436 


1765 


7: 9 


1767 


7 


116 


1767— 7 : 118 


1773 


8 : 152 


1773 


8 


155 


in Piscataqua river .... 


1770— 


8: 11) 


1773 


8 


153 


FISHER, Mk. : 












owner of house rented by governor 


• 


, , 


1770 


8 


50 


FISIC, Euenezer: 












accovmt ...... 


, 


• • 


1760 


6 


107 


FITCH, Rev. Jabez: 












chaplain of house 1725 — 2 : 27 


1726— 


2: 56 


1745 


3 


123 


1745— 3 : 194 


1746— 


3:340 


1747 


3 


510 


FITCH, Thomas : 












governor of Connecticut . 


1755— 


5: 25 


1755 


5 


58 




1758 


5:383 


1758 


5 


400 


FITZWILLIAM, William : 












claim ...... 


. 


, , 


1726 


2 


56 


FIVE Nations (see also Six, etc.) : 












loyal 


, 


^ , 


1764 


6 


385 


FLAG: 












of truce, to Canada 1747— 3 : 501 


1747— 


3:502 


1747 


3 


517 


for fort William and IMary 


• 




1771 


8 


81 


FLAGG, John : 












petition 


• 


, , 


1747 


3 


491 


FLANDERS, David : 












soldier under Capt. Isaac Smith 


, 




1758 


5 


347 


FLAX (see also Hemp) : 












raising . . 1720 — 1 : 257 


1735— 


2:438 


1735 


2 


442 


1763 6 : 347 


1763— 


6:348 


1763 


6 


354 


receivable for tax .... 


, 


, , 


1737 


<2 


487 


tax rate 


1752— 


4:251 


1754 


4 


445 


1755— 4 : 548 


1756— 


5:136 


1757 


5 


277 


1758— 5 : 385 


1758 


5 : 388 


1759 


6 


2 


1760— 6:105 


1761— 


6:213 


1762 


6 


265 


17r,(_ 6:396 


1765— 


7: 29 


1766 


7 


84 


FLEET (see also French and Ships) : 












frigates, etc., for Canada 


, 


. . 


1711 


1 


10 


notice of first sight of . . . 


. 


, ^ 


1711 


1 


21 


notice of approach .... 


. 


. 


1711 


1 


22 



128 



Index to Journals of House of Kepresentatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


FLi:ET, — {continued) : 






^ 




arrival of her majesty's . 


■ 


1711 


1 


24 


Frencli, on our coast 


• • ■ 


1711 


1 


24 


FLINTS : 










allowance for . 1755 — 5: 10 


1755 — 5 : 34 


1757 


6 


206 


FLOATS : 










boats and canoes, shooting out of 




1711 


1 


6 


fowling from ..... 




1717 


1 


208 


FLOOD. llKNUV : 










chiim 




1746 


3 


432 


FLOOD, John: 










petition 




1740 


2 


550 


FLOOD. >L\hy: 










alleged murderer of bastard (.hild . 




1765 


6 


448 


FLOOD, RiciiAKD : 










jJi'tition 




1744 


8 


*228 


FLOOD, Silas : 










under Capt. Samuel Gerrish 




1763 


6 


330 


FLOUR ["Flower"] : 










for soldiers ..... 


1746— 3 : 416 


1756 


5 


117 


FLOYD, KoiiF.KT: 










speaker, Maryland house of burgesses . 


1770 


8 


30 


FLYING-FISII: 










schooner, John Bush, master . 


• 


1745 


3 


273 


FLYN G.James: 










broke jail 


• • • 


1764 


6 


392 


FOGG, Capt. Ahxeu: 










muster-roll 


• • • 


1758 


6 


355 




1758— 5 : 357 


1758 


5 


377 


FOGG. Daniel {see Palmer, Jonathan). 










FOGG, Jeremiah : 










guardian, to sell lands for ward, Dan 


iel . 


1700 


6 


116 


17G1— 6:149 


1761— 6:150 


1761 


6 


151 


FOGG, Stephen : 










petition ...... 


• • • 


1760 


6 


97 


FOLLiyr, Ben.tamin: 










licensed inn-holder .... 


• ■ • 


1727 


2 


89 


FOLLICT, Francis [jilias Caleh] : 










claim ...... 


. 


1758 


5 


377 


FOLLET, Joseph: 










restored to his law .... 


• • • 


1768 


7 


265 


FOLLlN(iSBY, Thomas: 










V. French, Natiianiel 


• • • 


1755 


4 


499 


FOLSOM, Anna: 










petition ...... 


• • ■ 


1743 


3 


57 


FOLSOM, Jeremiah: 










excise collector .... 


• ■ • 


1759 


6 


492 


FOLSO.M, John: 










lands divided . 1743— 3: .^8 


1743_ n: 08 


1743 


8 


71 


muster-roll ..... 




1746 


3 


438 


FOLSOM. Jonathan: 










wounded soldier 1756 — 5:107 


1756— 5: 177 


1756 


5 


178 


FOLSOM, Nathaniel: 










muster-roll 


17.50— 5: 9S 


1756 


5 


121 


member ...... 


< . 


1774 


8 


184 


1774— S: 1.S7 


1774^ H: 196 


1774 


8 


203 


1774— 8:213 


1771— 8:214 


1775 


8 


218 


FOLSOM, Samuel: 










muster-roll 


1700— 6: 71 


1760 


6 


76 




1700— 6: 94 


1760 


6 


97 


petition . . 1712— 1: 40 


1772— 8:116 


1772 


8 


117 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



129 



FOOTINIAN, John : 

muster-roll ..... 
FORCIBLE Entry : 

and detainer, to prevent . 
FORFEITURES (see also Fees and Fines) : 

charged b}' judges, justices, etc. 

regulated 

certain, jjayable to county treasurers 

FORGERY : 

to prevent .... 

1771— 8: 71 

member expelled for 
FORGING {see also Counterfeiting) : 

bills of credit, penalty 
FORGUSON, Jonathan: 

claim ..... 

FORMS : 

of oaths, writs, summons, etc. . 
FORSAITH, William : 

petition ..... 
FORT {see also Garrison and Work) : 

of Captain Clough, at Canterbuiy 

at Coos 



Crown Point 
Dummer . 



1754— 
1754— 
1747— 
17.55— 



Edward . 
Frontinac . 
Oswego 
William Henry 



William and Mary 



174 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1747— 

1755 — 

1757 — 



1757 — 
175--— 
1758— 
17.58— 
1761— 

1711— 
1711— 
ni2j- 
1716— 
1718— 
1718— 
1720— 
1722— 
1723— 
1723— 
1724— 
1726- 
1727— 



4; 
4: 
3: 
4: 

3: 
3: 
3: 
3: 
3: 
3: 
3; 
4: 
4: 
5: 



456 
470 
512 
533 

'83 
1591 
165 
179 
182 
215 
243 
22 
572 
230 



5:305 
5 : 389 
5:397 
5 : 427 
6 : 133 



9 

30 

45 

159 

225 

228 

256 

350 

380 

385 

418 

57 

70 



1747— 3:505 



1772— 8:1J4 



YEAK. 



1760- 
1771- 



6: 87 
8:108 



1716— 1:181 



1746 

175 

1754- 

1754- 

1755- 

1755- 

1742- 

1744 

1745 

1745- 

1745- 

1745- 

1745- 

1747- 

1753- 

1757- 

1757- 

1758- 

1756- 

1756- 

1758- 

1758- 

1758 

1759- 

1763- 

1711- 

1711- 

1711- 

1712- 

1716- 

1718- 

1719- 

1721- 

1722- 

1723- 

1723- 

1724- 

1726- 

1727- 



3 : 324 
4 : 450 
4 : 458 
4:472 
524 
536 
45 
100 
160 
168 
180 
194 
216 
18 
4:352 
5 : 251 
5 : 233 
5 : 445 
5:163 
5 : 150 
5:371 
5:390 
5 : 416 
5 : 496 
6:327 



4: 

4 

3: 

3; 

3: 

3: 

3: 

o : 

3: 

4: 



1: 
1; 
1: 
1; 
1: 
1: 
1: 
1: 
1; 
1; 
1: 
1: 
2; 
2: 



2 

21 

38 

50 

160 

226 

232 

272 

352 

381 

386 

428 

62 

72 



1724 

1714 

1747 
1767 
1771 
1774 

1760 
1771 
1773 

1711 

1748 

1718 

1761 

1746 
1754 
1754 
1754 
1755 
1755 
1744 
1744 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1747 
1754 
1772 
17.57 
1758 
1756 
17.57 
1758 
1758 
1758 
1760 
1763 
1711 
1711 
1712 
1715 
1718 
1718 
1719 
1721 
1722 
1723 
1723 
1724 
1727 
1727 



VOL. PAGE. 



2 
1 

3 

7 
8 
8 

6 

8 
8 



3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
8 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 



2 
2 

9 



6 

77 

506 
164 
109 
169 

91 
110 
147 



66 

220 

136 

327 

454 

463 

473 

532 

539 

82 

101 

163 

178 

181 

195 

234 

21 

418 

131 

294 

454 

164 

294 

372 

.395 

426 

42 

329 

7 

26 

40 

120 

222 

227 

233 

276 

365 

384 

387 

11 

68 

73 



17 



130 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


FORT, — (conftmied) : 












William and Mary 


1727— 2: 77 


1727— 2: 78 


1727 


2 


90 




1729— 2:161 


1730— 2:329 


1730 


2 


333 




1732— 2 : 370 


1733— 2:386 


1734 


2 


398 




1734_ 2:404 


1734— 2:405 


1734 


2 


409 




17;j4_ 2 : 410 


1734— 2:412 


1734 


2 


415 




1734— 2:417 


1734— 2:418 


1734 


2 


419 




1734— 2:425 


1734— 2 : 431 


1735 


2 


438 




1735— 2 : 439 


1735— 2 : 442 


1735 


2 


448 




1735— 2:451 


1735 2 : 453 


1737 


2 


485 




1737_ 2 : 486 


1737— 2 : 490 


1740 


2 


544 




1740— 2:555 


174(>_ 2:559 


1740 


2 


561 




1740— 2:562 


1740— 2:563 


1740 


2 


566 




1740— 2 : 568 


1742— 2:614 


1742 


2 


620 




1742— 2 : 635 


1742— 3 : 44 


1743 


3 


67 




1743— 3 : 7;3 


1743— 3: 76 


1743 


3 


77 




1744— 3 : 90 


1744— 3: 91 


1744 


3 


94 




1744— 3 : 95 


1744— 3: 98 


1744 


3 


99 




1745 3 : 120 


1745— 3 : 127 


1745 


3 


129 




1745— 3 : 142 


1745— 3:156 


1745 


3 


158 




1745— 3:161 


1745— 3:162 


1745 


3 


163 




1745— 3 : 164 


1745— 3 : 165 


1745 


3 


220 




1745— 3:225 


1745— 3 : 227 


1745 


3 


235 




1745— 3 : 240 


1745 3 : 241 


1745 


3 


242 




1745_ 3 : 248 


1745— 3:251 


1745 


3 


278 




1745 3 : 296 


1745 3 : 297 


1745 


3 


298 




1746- 3:318 


1746— 3 : 319 


1746 


3 


320 




1740— 3 : 327 


1746— 3 : 329 


1746 


3 


332 




1746— 3:337 


1746— 3:338 


1746 


8 


340 




1746 3 : 342 


1746— 3 : 345 


1746 


3 


347 




1740— 3 : 349 


1746— 3 : 412 


1746 


3 


423 




1746— 3 : 425 


1746— 3:428 


1746 


3 


439 




1746— 3 : 443 


1747— 3 : 462 


1747 


3 


463 




1747— 3 : 477 


1747— 3 : 478 


1747 


3 


479 




1747— 3 : 480 


1747_ 3 : 489 


1747 


3 


491 




1747— 4 : 19 


1747— 4 : 28 


1747 


4 


32 




1747— 4: 37 


1747— 4: 59 


1748 


4 


67 




1748— 4: 68 


1748— 4: 87 


1748 


4 


88 


/ 


1752— 4:221 


1753— 4 : 320 


1753 


4 


327 




175;3_ 4 : 336 


1753— 4 : 359 


1753 


4 


360 




1755— 4:538 


1755— 4:568 


1755 


4 


569 




1755— 4 : 572 


1755— 4 : 574 


1755 


5 


6 




1756— 5 : 148 


1756— 5:149 


1756 


5 


181 




1756— 5:191 


1757— 5 : 220 


1757 


5 


222 




1757— 5 : 250 


1757— 5 : 252 


1757 


5 


256 




1757— 5 : 257 


1757— 5 : 273 


1757 


5 


295 




1757— 5 : 301 


1758— 5:317 


1758 


5 


339 




1758— 5:376 


1758— 5 : 392 


1758 


5 


393 




1758— 5 : 395 


1758— 5:412 


1758 


5 


444 




17o8— 5 : 448 


1758 — 5 :'455 


1759 


6 


7 




1759— 6 : 8 


1759— 6 : 10 


1759 


6 


11 




1760— 6: 59 


1760— 6:111 


1760 


6 


113 




1761— 6 : 158 


1761— 6:159 


1 1761 


6 


217 




1762— 6:266 


1762— 6:269 


1762 


6 


277 




1762— 6:303 


170;^— 6 : 340 


1763 


6 


344 




1763— 6:345 


1768— 6:350 


1703 


6 


351 




1763— 6:369 


1764— 6:389 


1704 





401 




1765— 7 : 5 


17G5— 7 : 30 


1 170(i 


7 


80 




1767— 7:115 


1707— 7:118 


170n 


1 


227 




1768— 7 : 250 


1708— 7 : 267 


170N 


7 


275 




1768— 7 : 276 


1769 7 : 285 


1769 


1 7 


290 



Province of Kew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



131 





TEAK. 


vol,. 


PAGE. 


FORT, — (conimued) : 










William and Mary 1769— 7 : 295 


1769— 7:330 


1769 


7 


331 


1770— 8: 12 


1770— 8 : 18 


1770 


8 


40 


1771— 8 : 60 


1771— 8: 62 


1771 


8 


66 


1771— 8: 72 


1771— 8: 73 


1771 


8 


81 


1771— 8: 86 


1771— 8: 89 


1771 


8 


94 


1771— 8: 98 


1771— 8:110 


1771 


8 


113 


1772— 8:114 


1772— 8:116 


1772 


8 


117 


1772— 8:118 


1772— 8 : 124 


1772 


8 


125 


1772— 8:126 


1772— 8:127 


1772 


8 


128 


1772— 8:129 


1772— 8:130 


1773 


8 


135 


1773 8:137 


1773 8 : 142 


1773 


8 


153 


1773— 8 : 154 


1774— 8 : 197 


1774 


8 


207 


1774 8 : 210 


1774— 8:211 


1774 


8 


212 


1774— 8:213 


1774— 8 : 214 


1774 


8 


215 


at Winnei)issoke (see also Block-House) . 


1744 


3 


91 


1744— 3 : 94 


1744— 3 : 102 


1744 


3 


103 


FORTRESS : 










her majesty's, at Annapolis Royal ( 


which see also) . 


1747 


3 


455 


FOSS, Mrs. Ann : 










seeks divorce from Zachariah Foss 


. 1767— 7 : 158 


1767 


7 


159 


1767— 7 : 162 


1767— 7 : 163 


1767 


7 


164 


FOSS, JosiAii : 










claim 


■ ■ • • 


1747 


4 


17 


FOSS, Joshua : 










member . , 1774 — S : 184 


1774— 8:188 


1774 


8 


194 


1774— 8 : 209 


1774— 8:210 


1775 


8 


218 


FOSS, Zachariah : 










claim, etc. 


. 1746— 3 : 404 


1767 


7 


164 




1772— 8:117 


1772 


8 


129 


FOSTER, Abiel : 










petition . . 1774 — 8 : 167 


1774— 8:190* 


1774 


8 


195 


FOSTER, Benjamin : 










account ..... 


• . . • 


1759 


6 


15 


FOSTER, Capt. Moses : 










garrison of, near Amoskeag 


• - • • 


1747 


4 


15 


muster-roll, etc. 


. 1747— 3 : 467 


1752 


4 


253 


1753— 4 : 318 


1753 4 : 319 


1758 


5 


369 


FOWLE, Daniel : 










account, etc. .... 


• • • • 


1758 


5 


338 


1758— 5 : 346 


1758— 5 : 423 


1760 


6 


39 


1761— 6 : 156 


1762— 6:280 


1764 


6 


402 


1765 6 : 467 


1767— 7 : 116 


1773 


8 


142 


1773— 8 : 154 


1774— 8:210 


1774 


8 


212 


FOWLE, Daniel and Robert : 










account, etc 


. • . • 


1768 


7 


250 


1769 7:291 


1769— 7 : 332 


1769 


7 


333 


1770— 8 : 12 


1770— 8 : 19 


1771 


8 


103 


1772— 8 : 125 


1773— 8 : 137 


1773 


8 


139 


FOWLER, Philip : 










relieved . . 1768- 7 : 190 


1768— 7 : 209 


1768 


7 


221 


1768— 7 : 239 


1768— 7 : 247 


1768 


7 


248 


1768— 7 : 252 


1768— 7 : 253 


1768 


7 


255 


FOWLING (see also Qunnincj) : 










from floats .... 


• • " • 


1717 


1 


208 


FOX, Edward : 










petition 


• • • • 


1758 


5 


368 


FRAMPTON, Major-General : 










commanding regiment sent from Gibraltar 










1746— 3 : 356 


1746 


3 


357 



132 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAOE. 


FRANCE (see also Treaty and War) : 








peace with 1712— 1 : 50 


1764 


6 


385 


prisoners and captives transported to . . . 


1745 


3 


255 


1745— 3 : 256 


1745 


3 


259 


1747— 3 : 450 1747— 3 : 452 


1747 


3 


459 


FRANCESTOWN: 








erected I'rom New Boston Addition and Society Land 


1772 


8 


127 


lands taxed 1773— 8 : 137 


1773 


8 


148 


1774— 8:167 


1775 


8 


224 


inventory 


1773 


8 


158 


petition 


1774 


8 


166 


FREEllOLl )ERS : 








calling meeting 


1716 


1 


176 


FREE Pout: 








recommended ........ 


1718 


1 


216 


FREETOWN : 








set olV from C^hcster 


1763 


6 


341 


1763— 6 : 355 1763— 6 : 360 


1763 


6 


361 


1763 6:378 1763 6:379 


1764 


6 


389 


1764—6:394 1764—6:396 


1764 


6 


397 


FRENCH : 








grievous oppressions of the 


1711 


1 


19 


"his majesty's enemies"' 


1743 


3 


207 


' ' our too near neighbors " 


1758 


5 


429 


grand and darling scheme of the, destroyed 

fleet, on our coast ....... 


17.08 


5 


454 


1711 


1 


21 


1711— 1: 22 1711— 1: 24 


1746 


3 


419 


1746 3:424 1746 3:435 


1747 


3 


498 




1714 


1 


75 


1734— 2:398 1734— 2:404 


1745 


3 


133 




1747 


3 


501 


1747— 3 : 516 1754— 4 : 450 


1754 


4 


454 


1754 4 : 456 1754— 4 : 468 


1754 


4 


463 


1754— 4 : 472 1755— 6 : 45 


1756 


5 


79 


1756 5: 99 1756 5:163 


1756 


5 


164 


supplies for and trade with, forbidden 1744 — 3 : 90 


1744 


3 


96 


1755— 4 : 521 1755— 5 : 3 


1755 


6 


5 


1755— 6 : 45 1755— 5 : 49 


1756 


5 


80 




1756 


5 


158 


prisoners, etc 1745 — 3 : 235 


1745 


3 


241 


1745— 3 : 254 1745— 3 : 256 


1745 


3 


259 


174,3_ 3 : 276 1745 3 : 277 


1745 


3 


284 


1745 3:292 1746 3:314 


1746 


3 


324 


1746 3:333 1746 3:339 


1747 


3 


459 


1747— 3:503 1747— 4: 35 


1754 


4 


482 


1755 4 : 489 1758— 5 : 369 


1758 


5 


420 


neutral, received into this government . 


1756 


5 


58 


FRENCH, Aakon: 








broke jail 1768— 7:187 


1768 


7 


188 


1770— 8: 11 


1770 


8 


12 


FRENCH, Ahkaiiam : 








petition ......... 


1760 


6 


51 


FRENCH. John: 








claim ......... 


1711 


1 


4 


land of, mortgaged to the state .... 


1747 


3 


492 


FRENCH, Joseph : 








))etition 1748— 4: 62 


1748 


4 


72 


FRENCH, Moses: 








petition .......•• 


1770 


8 


46 


FRENCH, Nathaniel : 








V. Follinirsbv. Thomas 


1755 


4 


499 



Province of Neav Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



133 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


FRENCH, Samuel : 










account . . 1726— 2: 41 


1756— 5 : 87 


1758 


5 


360 


member 


• • ■ • 


1749 


4 


106 


1755 — 5 : 44 


1755— 5 : 258 


1756 


5 


69 


1756— 5: 72 


1756— 5 : 75 


1756 


5 


81 


1756 5:' 85 


1756 5: 86 


1756 


5 


92 


1756- 5 : 114 


1756— 5 : 116 


1756 


5 


123 


1756— 5 : 125 


1756 5 : 136 


1756 


5 


139 


1756— 5 : 142 


1756— 5 : 146 


1756 


5 


158 


1756— 5 : 160 


1756 5:161 


1756 


5 


169 


1756 5 : 180 


1756— 5:187 


1756 


5 


260 


1756— 5 : 203 


1756 — 5 : 515 


1757 


5 


214 


1757— 5:217 


1757— 5:219 


1757 


5 


250 


1757— 5 : 252 


1757— 5 : 254 


1757 


5 


256 


1757— 5 : 264 


1757— 5 : 268 


1757 


5 


*268 


1757— 5 : 270 


1757— 5 : 274 


1757 


5 


283 


1757— 6 : 286 


1757— 5 : 289 


1757 


5 


300 


1757— 5 : 305 


1757— 5 : 306 


1757 


5 


506 


1758— 5 : 314 


1758— : 333 


1758 


5 


334 


1758 5 : 335 


1758 5 : 336 


1758 


5 


355 


1758— 5 : 356 


1758 — 5 : 357 


1758 


5 


366 


1758— 5 : 367 


1758 5 : 376 


1758 


5 


390 


1758— 5 : 393 


1758— 5 : 397 


1758 


5 


399 


1758 5 : 413 


1758— 5 : 414 


1758 


5 


431 


sick soldier .... 




1763 


6 


321 


FRENCH, William : 










petition ..... 


1746— 3:410 


1747 


3 


446 




1757— 5 : 222 


1757 


5 


225 


claim ..... 


• • . 


1760 


6 


58 


hired, wages stopt . 


. 


1760 


6 


72 


FRIGATES (see also Shijis) -. 










ten, for Canada expedition 




1711 


1 


10 


FRONTIERS : 










defence of tlae .... 


. 


1711 


1 


1 


1721— 1 : 293 


1721— 1:296 


1722 


1 


335 


1722— 1:336 


1722— 1 : 337 


1722 


1 


340 


1722— 1 : 341 


1723— 1:380 


1723 


1 


381 


1730— 2:310 


1740— 2:544 


1740 


2 


554 


1740— 2 : 558 


1740— 2:561 


1740 


2 


562 


1740 2 : 563 


1740— 2:566 


1740 


2 


568 


1742— 2 : 635 


1744— 3: 90 


1744 


3 


91 


1744— 3 : 100 


1745- 3:120 


1745 


3 


150 


1745 3 : 158 


1745_ 3 : 165 


1745 


3 


211 


1745— 3 : 221 


1745— 3 : 230 


1745 


3 


234 


1745 3 : 238 


1745 3 : 254 


1745 


3 


257 


1745 3 : 275 


1745— 3:291 


1745 


3 


304 


1746— 3:310 


1746— 3 : 314 


1746 


3 


324 


1746— 3 : 327 


1746— 3:329 


1746 


3 


340 


1746— 3:345 


1746 3 : 349 


1746 


O 


375 


1746 3 : 378 


1746 3 : 379 


1746 


3 


424 


1746— 3 : 429 


1747— 3:462 


1747 


3 


464 


1747— 3:467 


1747— 3 : 473 


1747 


3 


511 


1747— 3 : 514 


1747— 4: 26 


1747 


4 


32 


1747— 4: .36 


1747— 4 : 39 


1747 


4 


44 


1747— 4 : 45 


1747— 4: 46 


1747 


4 


48 


1747— 4 : 49 


1747— 4: 50 


1747 


4 


51 


1747— 4: 54 


1747— 4: .55 


1747 


4 


56 


1747— 4 : 59 


1748— 4: 67 


1747 


4 


69 


1747— 4: 74 


1748— 4: 89 


1753 


4 


315 


1753— 4 : 316 


1753 4 : 317 


1753 


4 


318 


1753 4 : 319 


1753— 4 : 344 


1753 


4 


357 



134 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


FRONTIERS, — {continued) : 










defence of tlie . 


1754— 


4 : 476 


17,-,o_ 4:. -,02 


1 755 


4 


544 




1755 — 


4 : 545 


17.Vj — 4 : 561) 


1 755 


6 


14 




1755 — 


5: 17 


175.J — 5 : is 


17.55 


6 


20 




1755 — 


5: .34 


1755— 5: 35 


17.55 


5 


45 




1755 — 


5: 50 


17.55 5: 52 


17.55 


5 


63 




1756— 


5: 67 


17.56— 5: 72 


17.56 


6 


75 




1756— 


5: 76 


] 756— 5 : 82 


1 7.56 


5 


83 




1756— 


5: S5 


1756— 5 : 92 


1756 


5 


96 




1756— 


5:101 


1756— 5 : 104 


1756 


5 


105 




1756 


5:10S 


17.56 5: Hit 


17.56 


5 


1 26 




1756— 


5 : 151 


17.56— 5: 174 


17.56 


5 


175 




1757— 


5:288 


17.57— 5 : 294 


1758 


5 


313 


(rovcrnor''s journey to the 


. 


. 1743— 3: 74 


1744 


3 


85 


FRONTINAC {see Fo> 


•0- 












FROST ATin 


OTIIEHS: 












X XVV-/0 X , f AINU 

petition 






1745 


3 


294 


FROST, Ann: 














memorial . 


. 


. 


. 


1747 


3 


470 


FROST, Gkoiuje: 














member . 


, 


. 


. 


1762 


6 


240 




1762— 


6 : 251 


1762— 6:263 


1762 


6 


288 




1762— 


6 : 2!)0 


1762— 6:303 


1762 


6 


304 




1762— 


6:308 


1762— 6:309 


1762 


6 


458 




1763— 


6:326 


176:3— 6 : 348 


1763 


6 


:373 




1763— 


6:462 


17G4— 6 : 397 


1764 


6 


401 




17(;4— 


6 : 403 


1764— 6:404 


1764 


6 


415 




1764— 


6:417 


1764— 6 : 464 


1765 


6 


431 




1765— 6 : 455 


176.5— 6 : 456 


1765 


6 


457 


petition 


• • 


, 


. 176,S— 7 : 235 


1767 


7 


224 


FROST, John: 














councilor . 


, 


, 


. 1715 1:136 


1722 




353 




1723 


1:383 


172:3— 1::387 


1723 




398 




1723— 


1:401 


172:3— 1:402 


1723 




403 




1723— 


1 : 404 


172:3— 1 : 405 


1723 




408 




1723— 


1 : 412 


1724— 1:417 


1724 




424 




1724— 


2: 6 


1724— 2: 7 


1725 


2 


tl2 




1725— 


2: 21 


1725 2: 23 


1725 


2 


29 




1726— 


2: 41 


1726— 2: 46 


1726 


2 


51 




1726— 


2: 66 


1727— 2 : 82 


1727 


2 


100 




1727— 


2:101 


1727— 2 : 106 


1727 


2 


107 




1727— 


2 : 109 


1728— 2:115 


1728 


2 


132 




1728— 


2:142 


1729— 2 : 154 


1729 


2 


163 


FROST, Samuel : 














volunteer . 


, , 


, 


• * * 


1746 


3 


403 


FROST, Simon : 














iloput}' secretar}' 


, Massachusetts 


1737— 2:501 


1737 


2 


502 


FROST, William: 














members . 


• • 


, 


• • • 


1745 


3 


115 




1745— 


3:117 


1745— 3:119 


1745 


3 


123 




1745 


3:124 


174.5— 3: 125 


1745 


3 


132 




174.5— 


3 : 13H 


171.0— 3: 145 


1745 


3 


147 




1745— 


3 : 1.52 


1745— 3 : 153 


1745 


3 


161 




1745— 


3:163 


1745— 3:168 


1745 


3 


172 




174.5— 


3:180 


174.5— 3 : 203 


1749 


4 


132 


secretary to General Pepperell 


•• 


1745 


3 


*1.59 


claim 


, , 




. 


1772 


8 


127 


FRYING-PANS : 














for soldiers 


, , 


, . 


• • • 


17.5.S 


5 


414 


FULLERTON, James : 






1 








bills burnt in house of 


. 


• • > 


1764 1 


6 


425 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



135 





VEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


FULLERTON, James,— 


(continued) : 










re-imbursed 


• • ■ 


. 


1764 


6 


426 


FULLERTON, William : 












allowance 


■ 


. 


1746 


3 


404 


FULLINGTON, Martha 


: 










to appear . 


. 


. 


1766 


7 


102 


FUND: 












for sinking bills of 


credit, etc. 


• • • 


1717 


1 


202 


O 


1735— 2 : 451 


1735 2 : 452 


1745 


3 


209 




1745— 3 : 270 


1745— 3:279 


1745 


3 


280 




1745— 3 : 294 


1746 3 : 319 


1746 


3 


826 




1746 3 : 328 


1746— 3 : 365 


1746 


3 


373 




1746 3 : 376 


1746— 3 : 380 


1747 


3 


487 




1747— 3:492 


1747_ 4: 16 


1747 


4 


26 




1747— 4 : 46 


1747— 4: 47 


1747 


4 


58 




1752— 4 : 243 


1762— 6 : 289 


1762 


6 


290 




1762 6 : 296 


1763— 6 : 315 


1763 


6 


371 




1764— 6 : 387 


1764— 6 : 424 


1765 


6 


431 




1765 6 : 437 


1765— 6:457 


1765 


7 


45 




1767— 7 : 123 


1767— 7 : 164 


1768 


7 


190 




1768— 7 : 198 


1768 7 : 199 


1768 


7 


201 




1768 7 : 217 


1770— 8 : 41 


1770 


8 


45 


FURBER, Thomas : 












account 


• 


• • • 


1766 


7 


63 


FURNALD, FuKNELL, ETC. (seeFerncdd). 










GAGE, Capt. Amos : 












muster-roll 


. 


1758 5 : 317 


1758 


5 


353 


GAGE, John : 












member . 


. 


1742— 2 : 610 


1742 


2 


647 




1742— 2 : 649 


1742— 2:651 


1742 


3 


30 




1742— 3 : 34 


1742— 3 : 35 


1743 


3 


48 




1743 3: 52 


1743— 3 : 53 


1743 


3 


58 




1744— 3: 93 


1745— 3 : 184 


1745 


3 


185 




1745 3 : 187 


1745— 3 : 188 


1745 


3 


190 




1745 3 : 193 


1745— 3 : 203 


1745 


3 


204 




1745— 3 : 205 


1745 3 : 207 


1745 


3 


211 




1745 3 : 215 


1745— 3 : 218 


1745 


3 


222 




1745— 3 : 223 


1745— 3:231 


1745 


3 


236 




1745— 3 : 237 


1745— 3 : 248 


1745 


3 


254 




1745 3 : 262 


1745— 3 : 299 


1746 


3 


328 




1746— 3:329 


1746 3 : 332 


1746 


3 


355 




1746— 3 : 366 


1746— 3 : 368 


1746 


3 


378 




1746- 3:383 


1746 3 : 391 


1746 


3 


393 




1746 3 : 399 


1746— 3:401 


1746 


3 


415 




1746— 3 : 433 


1746— 3:436 


1746 


3 


441 




1746— 3:442 


1746— 3 : 445 


1747 


3 


447 




1747— 3:453 


1747— 3 : 455 


1747 


3 


484 




1747— 3 : 485 


1747— 3 : 488 


1747 


3 


494 




1747_ 3:495 


1747— 3:501 


1747 


3 


508 




1747— 3 : 519 


1747— 3 : 528 


1747 


4 


2 




1747— 4: 15 


1747— 4: 37 


1747 


4 


44 




1747— 4: 55 


1748— 4: 70 


1748 


4 


96 




1748— 4: 97 


1753— 4:312 


1771 


8 


105 




1771— 8:113 


1772— 8:115 


1772 


8 


117 




1772— 8 : 118 


1772— 8 : 123 


1772 


8 


124 




1772— 8:125 


1772— 8:129 


1773 


8 


137 




1773— 8:138 


1773— 8 : 144 


1773 


8 


155 


muster-roll, etc. 


. 




1745 


o 


tlo9 




1745 3 : 228 


1745 3:229 


1745 


3 


232 




1746— 3:379 


1746— 3:380 


1746 


3 


533 



136 



Index to Journals of House of I^epresentatives, 



GAGE, John, — (continued) : 

niustor-roll, etc. 1747 — .'3:463 
atlrnnt to, condoned .... 

GAGE, John, ani» others: 

agents of Dover. Durham, etc., as to 

GAGE, Lieut. Thomas: 

widow's «.'laim . 
GAGE, Gen. Tho.mas; 

coniniantler of forces 
GAINS, Geokge : 

account 
GALLEKIES: 

lor the assembly 
G ALLOWS: 

located 
GAMBLING, John: 

sheriir, member, etc, 

1721— 1:275 

1722— 1 : 315 
1724— 1:423 

1724— 2: 10 

1726— 2: 4« 

1727— 2: 87 
1727— 2:100 

1727— 2:108 

1725— 2:113 

1728— 2: 141 
1731— 2:361 

GAIMING (see also Cards) : 

to prevent 

GAOL (see also Prisons) : 

brave soldier, said to have fought his 

delivery (sec Cowl of, etc.). 
GARLAND, ,)<.hn: 

jjetition ...... 

GARLAJND, Moses : 

account ...... 

GARLAND, Nathaniel: 

account 

GARRISONS (see also Blaisdcll and Fort) : 

at Amoskeag 

at Annaijolis Royal 1747 — 3 : 484* 
1747— 3 : 499 



1747- 
1747- 



3 : 526 
3:445 



county lines 
1765— 6:446 



1764 

176;: 

1772— 

1718— 

1719— 
1722- 
1723— 
1724— 
1725— 
1726— 
1727— 
1727— 
1727— 



6 : 383 
6:353 
8:118 
1:226 



1:238 
1 : 310 
1 : 390 
1:429 
19 
60 
97 
105 
109 
117 
171 



1728- 
1729- 
17:;i— 2:362 



17.54— 4:438 



wav mto 



1770— 8: 



1747— 4 
1747— 3 
1747— 4 



at Bamngton . 

at Canterbury . 

Captain Gate's . 

at Coos 

for fort Dummer 

Captain Gofte's 

Captain (ioss's, Gosport 

for Louisburg . 174.5 — 
174.5— 
174.5— 
1745— 
174.5— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 

at Rumford 



1745— 3:276 



258 
272 
277 
281 
285 
310 
345 
395 
415 



15 

486 

15 



1746— 3:326 



1745— 3:216 



1745— 3:269 
1745— 3:275 

1745— 3:27.^ 
174.-,— 3:2S3 
174.5-» 3:289 

1746— 3:313 
1746— 3:392 
1740— 3:405 
1746— 3:416 
1748— 4: 85 



I 

VKAK. 


VOL. 


1748 


4 


1747 


3 


1768 


1 
7 


1758 


5 


1764 


6 


1769 


7 


1774 


8 


1718 


1 


1720 


1 


1722 


1 


1723 


1 


1724 


9 


1726 


2 


1727 


2 


1727 


2 


1727 


2 


1728 


2 


1728 


2 


1731 


2 


1742 


2 


1754 


4 


1759 


6 


1770 


8 


1773 


8 


1761 


6 


1748 


4 


1747 


3 


1747 


4 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 


17.54 


4 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1 1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1 1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1753 


4 1 



FAOE. 



68 
447 



213 

872 

384 

332 

196 

227 

261 

314 

393 

2 

39 

83 

99 

107 

110 

119 

359 

645 

462 

19 



149 
208 

67 
494 

34 
333 
374 
463 
473 
234 
532 
432 
270 
276 
279 
284 
293 
320 
394 
407 
424 
356 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



137 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


G AKRlSOls ,— (coniimied) : 










committee of militia on . 


■ ■ • 


1722 


1 


346 


to supplj^ soldiers quartered therein 


1747— 3:462 


1748 


4 


67 


GATCHELL, Moses : 










deserter 


• • • 


1722 


1 


315 


GATES : 




/ 






not to be hung on highways 


1743 3: 54 


1743 


3 


56 


GATEWAY : 










at Hilton's Point, Dover . 


• • ■ 


1731 


2 


34] 


GAUGING : 










of casks . . 1748— 4 : 63 


1748— 4: 64 


1748 


4 


87 


1748— 4: 91 


1748 4: 99 


1752 


4 


249 


1752— 4:258 


1760— 6: 71 


1760 


6 


88 


(iENERAL Assembly (see also Addresses, Assembhj, 








Damning, Members, Officers, Petitions, and Small-Pox) : 








at Hampton (which see also) 


. 


1737 


2 


495 


payment of ... . 


■ ■ > 


1731 


2 


353 


journals printed 


1749— 4 : 109 


1758 


5 


444 


journals furnished 


• • • 


1755 


5 


39 


place of meeting 


1752— 4:240 


1752 


4 


244 


members notified 


. 


1756 


5 


188 


clerk may give copy of records 


• ■ ■ 


1758 


5 


431 


GENERAL Court (see Assembly and Oem 


zral Assembly). 








GENERAL Gaol Delivery (see Court, etc 


•)• 








GENERAL Quarter Sessions (see also Q- 


larter, etc.) : 








)roposed for three counties 


• • 


1755 


4 


511 


GENERAL Sessions (see Court and Sessio 


71S) . 








GENERALS (see Abercrombie, Amherst, Cc 


mway. Be Dies- 








kau, FramiJton, Gates, Hill. Johnson, Lo^ 


zdo?i, Nicholson, 








Pepjyerell, St. Clair, Shirley, Webb, ana 


! Wentworth). 








GEORGE, Thomas : 










under Capt. Samuel Gerrish . 


• • • 


1763 


6 


330 


GEORGE'S Wine [St. George's, Azores 


]: 








duty on 




1721 


1 


281 


GERMANY : 










emperor of 


1734— 2:398 


1734 


2 


404 


GERRISH, Paul: 










member, etc 


. 1726— 2: 28 


1726 


2 


39 


1726— 2 : 40 


1726- 2: 45 


1726 


2 


50 


1726— 2: 55 


1726— 2 : 59 


1726 


2 


63 


1727— 2: 67 


1727— 2: 71 


1727 


2 


73 


1727— 2: 74 


1727— 2 : 78 


1727 


2 


82 


1727— 2: 84 


1727— 2: 87 


1727 


2 


94 


1727— 2 : 100 


1728 2:117 


1728 


2 


121 


1728— 2 : 122 


1728 2 : 125 


1728 


2 


128 


1728— 2 : 131 


1728- 2 : 134 


1728 


2 


139 


1729— 2 : 143 


1729— 2 : 145 


1729 


2 


149 


1729— 2 : 151 


1729— 2 : 155 


1729 


2 


165 


1729 2 : 169 


1730— 2 : 173 


1730 


2 


174 


1730— 2:307 


1730— 2:319 


1730 


2 


331 


1731— 2:335 


1732— 2:369 


1734 


2 


397 


1734— 2:410 


1734— 2:422 


1735 


2 


433 


1735— 2 : 434 


1735— 2:437 


1735 


2 


439 


1735— 2:446 


1736— 2:457 


1737 


2 


475 


1737— 2:477 


1737— 2:480 


1737 


2 


494 


1739— 2:542 


1742— 3: 40 


1756 


5 


172 


muster-roll 


1756— 5 : 98 


1756 


5 


112 




1757— 5 : 232 


1758 


5 


383 


estate of, settled 1765 — 7 : 12 


1765— 7: 33 


1765 


7 


34 


GERRISH, Richard: 










member, speaker, councilor . 


• • • 


1711 


1 


1 



18 



138 



Index to Journals of IIousk of Representatives, 





YEAB. VOL. 


PAGE. 


GERRISII, Rkiiaud, — 


(continued) : 








uieiuljer, s|)C'aker 


councilor 


1711— 1: 8 


1711 1 


23 




1711— 1: 24 


1711— 1: 25 


1711 1 


28 




1711— 1: 2'J 


1711— 1 : 31 


1711 1 


32 




1711— 1: 3:3 


1711— 1: 34 


1712 1 


35 




1712— 1 : 36 


1712— 1: 37 


1712 1 


39 




1712— 1 : 41 


1712— 1: 42 


1712 1 


43 




1712— 1 : 44 


1712— 1: 46 1 


1712 1 


47 




1712— 1: 48 


1712— 1: 49 


1712 1 


50 




1712— 1: 51 


1712— 1: 62 


1712 1 


64 




1712— 1: 55 


1712— 1: 56 


1712 1 


57 




1713— 1 : 58 


17 13— 1 : 59 


1713 1 


60 




1713— 1: 62 


1713 1: 63 


1713 1 


64 




1713— 1: 65 


1713— 1: 66 


1713 1 


68 




17i:j_ 1: 09 


1713— 1: 70 


1713 1 


71 




17 Ui— 1: 72 


1714— 1: 73 


1714 1 


74 




1714— 1: 75 


1714— 1: 79 


1714 1 


80 




1714— 1: 82 


1714— 1: 83 


1714 1 


85 




1714— 1: 86 


1714— 1: 87 


1714 1 


89 




1714— 1: ytt 


1714— 1: 91 


1714 1 


92 




1714— 1: 93 


1714— 1: 91 


1714 1 


96 




1715— 1: lt7 


1715— 1: 98 


1715 1 


99 




1715— 1:1UU 


1715— 1:101 


1715 1 


102 




1715 1:104 


1715— 1 : 105 


1715 1 


106 




1715— 1:107 


1715— 1:108 


1715 1 


109 




1715— 1 : 110 


1715— 1 : 111 


1715 1 


112 




1715— 1:113 


1715 1:115 


1715 1 


117 




1715 1 : 124 


1715— 1:126 


1715 1 


127 




1715— 1 : 128 


1715— 1:129 


1715 1 


132 




1715— 1 : 133 


1715 1 : 134 


1715 1 


135 




1715 1 : 137 


1715— 1:139 


1716 1 


140 




1716— 1:151 


1716 1:155 


1716 1 


157 




1716 1 : 158 


1716— 1 : 162 


1716 1 


163 




1716— 1 : 164 


1716— 1:167 


1716 1 


168 




1716- 1:169 


1716— 1 : 170 


1716 1 


172 




1716— 1 : 173 


1716— 1:174 


1716 1 


177 




1716 1 : 178 


1716 1:179 


1716 1 


180 




1716— 1 : 182 


1716— 1:183 


1716 1 


1S7 


/ 


1716— 1:188 


1716 1:189 


1717 1 


20(1 




1718— 1:230 


1719— 1:238 


1720 1 


261 




1721— 1:275 


1723 1 : 393 


1727 2 


97 




1729 2 : 156 


1740— 2:562 


1742 2 


639 


GERRISII, Samuel: 










to api)ear . 


. 


. . • • 


1745 3 


193 


account 


1745— 3 : 168 


17r,5_ 6:467 


1772 8 


127 


muster-roll 


1757— 5 : 198 


1757— 5:285 


1758 5 


384 




1761— 6:146 


1761— 6: 155 


1761 6 


187 




1761— 6 : 190 


17(;i_ (J: 192 


1761 6 


201 




1762— 6:256 


1762— 6:261 


1762 6 


2(52 




1763— 6 : 312 


1763— 6:318 


1763 6 


323 




176;^— 6:325 


1763— 6:330 


176.S 7 


236 


petition 


• ■ ■ 


■ • • • 


1757 5 


249 




1761— 6:201 


1761— 6:203 


1763 6 


352 




1763— 6 : 372 


1765— 7: 8 


1765 7 


12 




1765 7: 22 


1765— 7: 23 


1768 7 


271 




1769 8 : 290 


1769^ 7:302 


1769 7 


304 


to in'oseculc ;in : 


iction 


. 


1770 8 


13 


GERRISH. Cai-t. Stei 


•IIKX : 




1 




commissary 


. 


. 


1755 5 


20 


GERRISH, Timothy: 










member . 


> • • 


. 1712— 1: 39 


1712 1 


41 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



139 



GP:ilRlSri, Timothy, 
member . 



{continued) : 
1712— 1: 42 
1712— 1: 46 



GIBRALTAR : 

regimeut from 
GIDDINGS, Joiix : 
muster-roll 
member . 



1712— 1 

1712— 1 

1713— 1 

1714— 1 
1714— 1 
1714— 1 
1714— 1 

1714— 1 

1715— 1 
1715 
1715— 
1722— 1:323 
1722— 1:330 
1722— 1:339 
1722— 1:344 
1722— 1:349 
1722— 1:354 
1722— 1:357 
1722— 1:361 
1722— 1:372 



52 
57 
62 
74 
80 
85 
89 
93 
99 
1:102 
1:112 



1765- 
1765- 
1765- 
1766- 
1766- 
1766- 
1767- 
1767- 
1767- 
1767- 
1768- 
1768- 
1768- 
1768- 
1769- 
1769- 
1770- 
1770- 
1770- 
1770- 
1770- 
1770- 
1771- 
1771- 
1772- 
1772- 
1773- 
1773- 
1773- 
1773- 
1774- 
1774- 
1774- 



7: 
7; 
7 : 
7; 
7 : 
7: 
7 : 
7: 
7: 
7: 
7: 
7: 
7; 
7 : 
7 : 
7; 
7: 
7 : 
8: 
8; 
8: 
8: 
8: 
8; 



12 

22 

32 

74 

87 
178 
118 
122 
141 
149 
186 
208 
236 
253 
282 
330 
342 
354 

IP 

7 

45 
52 

58 
95 



8:115 

8:120 
8:135 
8:138 
8:144 
8 : 152 
8:167 
8 : 187 
8:197 



1712— 

1712— 

1712— 

1713— 

1713— 

171. 

171' 

1714— 

1714— 

1714— 

1715— 

1715— 

1715— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1724— 



1765— 
1765— 
1765— 
1766— 
1766— 
1767— 
1767— 
1767— 
1767— 
1767— 
1768— 
1768— 
1768— 
1768— 
1769— 
1769— 
1770— 
1770- 
1770— 
1770— 
1770— 
1770— 
1771— 
1771- 
1772— 
1772— 
1773— 
1773— 
1773— 
1773— 
1774— 
1774— 
1774— 



43 

47 

54 

60 

65 

75 

82 

86 

90 

94 

100 

104 

136 

326 

332 

342 

345 



1:351 
1 : 355 
1 : 359 
1:367 
1:414 



16 
27 
176 
75 
88 
112 
119 
125 
146 
152 
200 
213 
244 
266 
299 
352 



7:343 
7:356 
8: 2 
8: 8 
8: 46 
8: 53 
8: 80 
8:105 
8:118 
8:123 
8:136 
8:139 
8:147 
8:161 
8:172 
8 : 188 
8:203 



TEAK. 


VOL. 


1712 




1712 




1712 




1713 




1713 




1714 




1714 




1714 




1714 




1715 




1715 




1715 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1724 




1746 


3 


1757 


5 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1766 


7 


1766 


7 


1766 


7 


1767 


7 


1767 


7 


1767 


7 


1767 


7 


1767 


7 


1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1769 


7 


1770 


7 


1770 


7 


1770 


7 


1770 


8 


1770 


8 


1770 


8 


1771 


8 


1771 


8 


1771 


8 


1772 


8 


1772 


8 


1773 


8 


1773 


8 


1773 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 



PAGE. 



44 

51 

55 

61 

66 

79 

83 

87 

92 

97 

101 

109 

317 

327 

335 

343 

346 

353 

356 

360 

369 

426 

356 

195 

6 

19 

30 

57 

77 

89 

114 

120 

132 

148 

182 

205 

234 

249 

350 

325 

340 

344 

357 

3 

41 

51 

p2 

81 

108 

119 

129 

137 

141 

151 

164 

184 

195 

214 



140 



Index to Journals of House of Uepresentatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


GIDDINGS, John, — {royitinued) : 










111 ember 


1775— 8:218 


1775— 8 : 222 


1775 


8 


225 


GlDl)IN(iS, Zi. 


i'.ui-<»N [" (iii>i»iN(iK, Gideons, (Jiddkns"] : 








uiembur, 


excise collector 


1745 3 : 115 


1745 


3 


118 




1745 3:119 


17 15— 3 : 124 


1745 


3 


126 




1745— 3 : 139 


1745— 3 : 148 


1745 


3 


158 




1745— 3 : 159 


1745— 3:161 


1745 


3 


163 




174.3_ 3 : 172 


174r)— 3 : 175 


1745 


3 


180 




1745— 3 : 184 


174.-,_ 3 : 185 


1745 


3 


187 




1745— 3 : 189 


1745— 3 : 201 


1745 


3 


202 




1745— 3 : 203 


1745— 3:204 


1745 


3 


205 




1745— 3:214 


1745— 3:215 


1745 


3 


217 




1745 3 : 219 


1745— 3:221 


1745 


3 


222 




1745— 3 : 223 


1745 3:226 


1745 


3 


227 




1745— 3 : 232 


1745— 3 : 234 


1745 


3 


236 




1745— 3:240 


1745— 3 : 241 


1745 


3 


242 




1745— 3 : 253 


1745— 3 : 254 


1745 


3 


258 




1745 3 : 262 


1745— 3 : 268 


1746 


3 


311 




1746— 3:312 


1746— 3 : 318 


1746 


3 


325 




1746 3 : 337 


1746— 3:343 


1746 


3 


347 




1746— 3 : 355 


1746 3 : 356 


1746 


3 


366 




1746— 3 : 368 


1746— 3 : 375 


1746 


3 


376 




1746— 3 : 377 


1746— 3:382 


1746 


3 


392 




1746— 3:394 


1746— 3:407 


1746 


3 


413 




1746 3 : 417 


1746— 3:421 


1746 


3 


437 




1746— 3:445 


1747— 3:447 


1747 


3 


448 




1747— 3:453 


1747— 3:458 


1747 


3 


463 




1747— 3 : 481 


1747— 3:489 


1747 


3 


499 




1747— 3:506 


1747— 3:507 


1747 


3 


525 




1747— 3:628 


1747— 4 : 2 


1747 


4 


14 




1747— 4: 29 


1747— 4: 38 


1747 


4 


40 




1747— 4: 48 


1747— 4: 51 


1747 


4 


58 




1749— 4 : 100 


1749— 4 : 104 


1749 


4 


105 




1749— 4 : 108 


1749— 4:111 


1749 


4 


122 




1749 4 : 127 


1749— 4 : 158 


1749 


4 


163 




1749— 4 : 164 


175(1— 4: 10 


1751 


4 


9 




1752— 4:216 


1752— 4 : 227 


1752 


4 


238 




1752— 4 : 239 


1752— 4 : 240 


1752 


4 


263 


/' 


1752— 4 : 267 


1752— 4 : 276 


1752 


4 


278 




1752— 4 : 380 


1753— 4:301 


1753 


4 


325 




1753— 4 : 337 


175;}— 4 : 344 


1753 


4 


358 




1753— 4 : 360 


1753— 4:368 


1753 


4 


384 




1753— 4:388 


1754— 4 : 369 


1754 


4 


406 




1754— 4 : 409 


1754— 4:422 


1754 


4 


436 




1754— 4 : 466 


1754— 4 : 552 


1755 


4 


489 




1755— 4 : 490 


1755— 4:501 


17.05 


4 


511 




1755 — 4 : 515 


175.")— 4:520 


17.J5 


4 


522 




1755— 4 : 528 


175.5— 4:541 


1755 


4 


544 




1755— 4 : 558 


17o5— 5: 


17.55 


5 


12 




1755— 5 : 27 


17.o5— 5 : 28 


17.55 


5 


29 




1755— 5: 41 


17.')5— 5:2.58 


1756 


5 


66 




1756 — 5 : 87 


1756- 5 : 100 


17.".6 


5 


104 




1756— 5 : 107 


17.56— 5:114 


17.56 


5 


116 




1756— 5 : 138 


17.56— 5 : 148 


17.")6 


5 


149 




1756— 5 : 169 


17.)6— 5 : 182 


17.".6 


.5 


189 




1756— 5 : 191 


17.50^ 5 : 192 


17.>6 


5 


198 




1756— 5 : 201 


1756— 5:260 


17.06 


5 


515 




1757— 5 : 219 


17.")7— 5:243 


17.'.7 


5 


246 




1757— 5 : 252 


1757— 5:264 


17.07 


5 


293 




1757— : 298 


17.-,7— 5 : .506 


17.08 


5 


314 




1758— 5 : 324 


1758— 5 : 376 


17.58 


5 


414 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



141 



GIDDINGS, Zebulon, — {continued) : 
member, excise collector 

1758— 5 : 427 1758— 5 : 430 

1758— 5 : 436 1758— 5 : 445 

1759— 5 : 458 1759— 5 : 479 

1759— 6 : 13 1759— 6 : 29 

1760— 6 : 58 1760— 6 : 63 

1760— 6:106 1761— 6:155 

1761— 6:196 1761— 6:218 

1761— 6 : 232 1762— 6 : 240 

1762— 6 : 253 1762— 6 : 260 

1762— 6 : 262 1762— 6 : 303 

1763— 6 : 310 1763— 6 : 312 
1763— 6:336 1763— 6:337 
1763— 6 : 359 1763— 6 : 363 

1763— 6 : 379 1763— 6 : 380 

1764— 6 : 464 1765— 6 : 443 

1765— 6 : 445 1765— 6 : 449 
GIFT: 

to Indian, tho't to encourage begging 
GILES, John : 

claim ...... 

GILES, Mark : 

soldier, had small-pox 
GILMAN, Andrew, and others : 

petition 

GU.,MAN, Antipas [and others] : 

petition, etc. 



1753- 
1763- 



332 



GILMAN, Benjamin, etc. 

petition 
GILIVIAN, Carter : 

to make out invoice 
GILMAN, Daniel : 

claim 
GILMAN, Edward: 

to ajipear 
GILMAN, :Maj. Ezekiel : 

volunteer . 
GILMAN, Israel: 

member . 



1753— 4:330 



1742— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1748— 
1748— 



3: 34 
3:118 
3:144 
185 
218 
230 
262 
314 
366 
382 
394 
403 
416 
433 
453 
481 
2 
85 
91 



1753— 4 
1764— 6 



1744— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1748— 
174.'^— 



357 
390 



1754— 4 : 377 



104 
126 
167 
203 
219 
248 
277 
340 
367 
385 
399 
405 
417 
445 
463 
499 
14 
86 
98 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1759 


5 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1765 


6 


1765 


6 


1772 


8 


1714 


1 


1761 


6 


1742 


2 


1763 


4 


1753 


4 


1764 


6 


1754 


4 


1732 


2 


1747 


4 


1763 


6 


1726 


3 


1742 


2 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


3 


1748 


4 


1748 


4 


1752 


4 



PAGE. 



434 
512 
485 
33 
70 
164 
223 
252 
261 
458 
327 
357 
373 
462 
444 
450 

122 

80 

214 

651 

331 

358 
405 

393 

366 

18 

370 

404 

610 
115 
132 
172 
205 
220 
250 
295 
355 
368 
391 
402 
415 
420 
446 
476 
501 
73 
87 
217 



142 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





TEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


GIOIAN, isKAKI., — {•'uiiiiutid) : 










member . 1752—4:222* 


1752— 4 : 230 


1752 


4 


247 


1752— 4:250 


1752— 4 : 258 


1752 


4 


262 


1752— 4 : 2();5 


1752— 4 : 276 


1752 


4 


277 


1752— 4:;3«0 


1753— 4 : 298 


1753 


4 


323 


1753— 4 : ;3,S4 


1754_ 4 : 402 


1754 


4 


406 


1754— 4:411 


1754— 4:418 


1754 


4 


450 


1754— 4:453 


1754— 4 : 552 


1755 


4 


485 


1755_ 4:493 


1755— 4 : 499 


1756 


4 


501 


1755— 4:505 


1755 4 : 516 


1755 


4 


5i:» 


1755 4 : 523 


1755_ 4 : 532 


1755 


4 


539 


1755_ 4 : 544 


1 755 — 4 : 550 


1755 


4 


558 


1755— 5 : 


1755— 5 : 8 


1755 


5 


12 


1755— 5: 29 


1755— 5 : 41 


1760 


6 


.S3 


1771— 8:105 


1772— 8:115 


1773 


8 


137 


1773— 8 : 144 


1773— 8 : 146 


1774 


8 


164 


1774— 8:172 


177.1_ H : 184 


1774 


8 


1H7 


GIL^LVN, John [ambiguous whicK] : 










member 


1718— 1:227 


1724 


1 


434 




1724— 2: 7 


1727 


2 


69 


(JILINIAN, John : 










under Capt. Samuel Gerrish . 


. 


1763 


(> 


330 


GILMAN, Cai't. John: 










muster-i'oll, etc 


• • • 


1711 


1 


4 


1722— 1 


3C0 


1723— 1 


377 


1723 


1 


390 


1724 1 


434 


1724 2 


12 


1726 


2 


28 


172G— 2 


41 


1757 — 5 


210 


1757 


6 


232 


member 


1716— 1 


173 


1716 


1 


174 


171()— 1 


177 


171(3— 1 


178 


1716 


1 


179 


1716 1 


180 


171(5— 1 


182 


1716 


1 


183 


171(3— 1 


184 


1716- 1 


.185 


1716 


1 


186 


171(;— 1 


187 


1716— 1 


:189 


1717 


1 


190 


1717— 1 


191 


1717— 1 


192 


1717 


1 


193 


1717— 1 


194 


1717— 1 


196 


1717 


1 


197 


1717— 1 


198 


1717— 1 


:199 


1717 


1 


200 


1717— 1 


201 


1717— 1 


202 


1717 


1 


203 


1717— 1 


204 


1717— 1 


205 


1717 


1 


206 


1717— 1 


210 


1717— 1 


211 


1718 


1 


212 


1718— 1 


213 


1718— 1 


214 


1718 


1 


215 


1718— 1 


21G 


1718— 1 


217 


1718 


1 


219 


17LS~ 1 


223 


1718— 1 


224 


1718 


1 


225 


17 LS— 1 


226 


171.S— 1 


229 


1718 


1 


230 


1719— 1 


231 


1719— 1 


233 


1719 


1 


235 


1719— 1 


23G 


1719— 1 


237 


1719 


1 


239 


1719— 1 


240 


1719— 1 


241 


1719 


1 


242 


1719— 1 


243 


1719— 1 


244 


1720 


1 


249 


1720— 1 


253 


1720— 1 


253* 


1720 


1 


25:» 


172(j— 1 


2(i0 


1720— 1 


262 


1721 


1 


263 


1721— 1 


2(36 


1721— 1 


268 


1721 


1 


272 


1721— 1 


273 


1721— 1 


278 


1721 


1 


280 


1721— 1 


2.S2 


1721— 1. 


283 


1721 


1 


2H6 


1721— 1 


287 


1721— 1 


291 


1721 


1 


292 


1721— 1 


294 


1721— 1 


295 


1721 


1 


29.H 


1721— 1 


300 


1721— 1 


301 


1721 


1 


303 


1721— 1 


:'.05 


1721— 1 


305* 


1721 


1 


309 


1722— 1 


312 


1722^ 1 


313 


1722 


1 


314 


1722— 1 


317 


1722— 1 


318 


1722 


1 


319 


1722— 1 


320 


1722— 1 


321 


1722 


1 


322 


1722— 1 


323 


1722— 1 


324 


1722 


1 


326 


1722— 1 


327 


1722— 1 


330 


1722 


1 


335 


1722— 1 


339 


1722— 1 


342 


1722 


1 


343 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



143 





TEAK. 


VOL, 


PAGE. 


GIOIAN, CAP! 


'. John, — {continued) : 










member 


1722— 1:345 


1722— 1:346 


1722 




348 




1722— 1:349 


1722— 1:351 


1722 




.853 




1722— 1 : 354 


1722— 1:355 


1722 




356 




1722— 1:357 


1722— 1:359 


1722 




360 




1722— 1:361 


1722— 1:367 


1722 




369 




1723 1 : 373 


1723— 1:375 


1723 




377 




1723— 1:379 


1723 1 : 380 


1723 




381 




1723— 1:382 


1723 1 : 383 


1723 




384 




1723— 1:389 


1723— 1:393 


1723 




394 




1723 1 : 396 


1723— 1 : 397 


1723 




399 




1723— 1:400 


1723— 1:405 


1723 




406 




1723 1 : 408 


1723 1 : 410 


1724 




413 




1724— 1:426 


1724— 1:430 


1724 




432 




1724— 1:433 


1724— 2: 1 


1724 


2 


4 




1724—2: 8 


1725— 2: 12* 


1725 


2 


13 




1725 2: 15 


1725 2: 20 


1725 


2 


21 




1725— 2: 22 


1725— 2 : 23 


1725 


2 


27 




1726— 2: 28 


1726— 2: 29 


1726 


2 


34 




1726 2: 39 


1726— 2: 41 


1726 


2 


45 




1726— 2: 49 


1726 2: 50 


1726 


2 


55 




1726 2: 59 


1726— 2: 63 


1727 


2 


67 




1727— 2: 74 


1727— 2: 78 


1727 


2 


84 




1727— 2: 86 


1727— 2 : 87 


1727 


2 


94 


GILMAN, Maj. 


John [also Lieut., CAn. 


and Esq.] : 








member 


• •..., 


. 


1716 




173 




1716— 1 : 174 


1716— 1 : 177 


1716 




178 




1716— 1 : 179 


1710— 1 : 180 


1716 




1.S2 




1716— 1:183 


1716— 1:184 


1716 


1 


185 




1716— 1:186 


1716— 1:187 


1716 




189 




1717— 1 : 190 


1717— 1 : 191 


1717 




192 




1717— 1 : 193 


1717— 1 : 194 


1717 




196 




1717— 1 : 197 


1717— 1:198 


1717 


-1 


199 




1717— 1:200 


1717— 1:201 


1717 




203 




1717— 1:204 


1717— 1 : 205 


1717 




206 




1717— 1 : 209 


1717— 1 : 210 


1717 




211 




1718— 1 : 213 


1718— 1:214 


1718 




215 




1718 1 : 216 


1718— 1 : 217 


1718 




218 




1718 1 : 219 


1718— 1:223 


1718 




224 




1718 1 : 225 


1718— 1:226 


1718 




229 




1718 1 : 230 


1719— 1:231 


1719 




233 




1719— 1:235 


1719— 1:236 


1719 




237 




1719— 1 : 239 


1719— 1:242 


1720 




243 




1720— 1:245 


1720— 1:247 


1720 


X 


2 IS 




1720— 1:249 


1720— 1:250 


1720 




253 




1720 1 : 253* 


1720— 1:259 


1720 




260 




1720— 1:262 


1721— 1:263 


1721 




264 




1721— 1 : 266 


1721— 1:267 


1721 




268 




1721— 1:209 


1721— 1:272 


1721 




273 




1721— 1:275 


1721— 1 : 276 


1721 




278 




1721— 1:280 


1721— 1 : 281 


1721 




2S2 




1721— 1:283 


1721— 1:284 


1721 




285 




1721— 1:286 


1721— 1:287 


1721 




21 H) 




1721— 1:291 


1721— 1:292 


1721 




291 




1721— 1:295 


1721— 1:297 


1721 




2'.»8 




1721— 1 : 300 


1721— 1:301 


1721 




303 




1721— 1:305 


1721— 1:305* 


1721 




:;(t9 




1722— 1:310 


1722— 1:312 


1722 




313 




1722— 1:314 


1722— 1:317 


1722 




318 




1722— 1:319 


1722— 1:320 


1722 




321 




1722— 1:322 


1722— 1:323 


1722 


^ 


321 



144 



Index tu Jouknals of House of Uepkesentatives, 





YKAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


(ilLMAN, Ma.i. Juu.n,- 


— {continued) : 












iiieuibi;r . 


1722— 1::J26 


1722— 




328 


1722 




330 




1722— 1:;5:)2 


1722— 




335 


1722 




339 




1722— 1:312 


1722— 




343 


1722 




345 




1722— 1:310 


1722— 




348 


1722 




;i61 




1722— 1:353 


1722— 




:354 


1722 




355 




1722— 1:356 


1722— 




;;57 


1722 




:;59 




1722— 1 : 361 


1722— 




364 


1722 




365 




1722— 1:367 


1722— 




:;69 


1723 




37:$ 




1723— 1:375 


172:;— 




377 


1723 




379 




1723— 1 : 381 


172:;— 




;d82 


1723 




383 




1723— 1:384 


172:^- 




387 


1723 




:389 




1723— 1:391 


172:;— 




392 


1723 




393 




1723— 1:396 


1723— 




397 


1723 




399 




1723— 1:400 


172:5- 




402 


1723 


1 


405 




1723— 1:406 


172:;- 




407 


1724 




413 




1724— 1:414 


1724— 




422 


1724 




426 




1724— 1:430 


1724- 




432 


1724 




433 




1724— 2: 1 


1724— 


2 


4 


1724 


2 


8 




1724— 2: 9 


1721— 


2 


12* 


1725 


2 


13 




1725— 2: 15 


1725— 


2 


20 


1725 


2 


21 




1725 2: 22 


1725— 


2 


23 


1725 


2 


24 




1725— 2: 26 


1725— 


2 


27 


1726 


2 


84 




1726 2: 37 


1726— 


2 


45 


1726 


2 


46 




1726— 2: 49 


1726— 


2 


50 


1726 


2 


55 




1726— 2: 59 


1726— 


2 


63 


1727 


2 


67 




1727— 2: 70 


1727— 


2 


71 


1727 


2 


74 




1727— 2: 76 


1727— 


2 


78 


1727 


2 


84 




1727— 2: 86 


1727— 


2 


87 


1727 


2 


89 




1727— 2: 94 


1728 


2 


132 


1728 


2 


133 




1729— 2 : 151 


1729— 


2 


157 


1754 


4 


378 




1757— 5 : 232 


1757— 


5 


291 


1758 


6 


316 




1758— 5 : 372 


1758— 


5 


395 


1761 


6 


139 


GILMAN, Jonathan : 














account 


. 






1760 


6 


95 


GIL:\IAN, JosiAH: 














account 


. 


1760 


6: 95 


1760 


6 


97 


OILMAN, Joshua: 














petition 


• 


, 




1747 


3 


484 


GILMAX, Xatiianiel: 














member . 


• • • 




, , 


1737 


2 


475 




1738 2 : 534 


1739— 


2 : 542 


1740 


2 


544 




1740— 2 : 548 


1740— 


2:558 


1740 


2 


561 


GILIMAN, Nicholas [" 


Nkcklos"] : 












member . 


1711— 1: 1 


1711— 




: 26 


1711 




28 




1711— 1: 29 


1711— 




: 31 


1712 




37 




1712— 1: 39 


1712— 




: 41 


1712 




42 




1712— 1: 43 


1712- 




: 44 


1712 




46 




1712— 1: 47 


1712— 




. 51 


1712 




52 




1712— 1: 54 


1712— 




: 55 


1712 




66 




1713— 1: 59 


1713 




: 63 


1713 




64 




1713— 1: 65 


1713— 




: 66 


1713 




67 




1713— 1: 69 


1714— 




. 74 


1714 




75 




1714— 1 : 79 


1714— 




80 


1714 




82 




1714— 1: 83 


1714— 




: 87 


1714 




89 




1714— 1 : 90 


1714^ 




: 91 


1714 




93 




1715— 1 : 97 


1715— 




.110 


1715 




111 




1715— 1:112 


1715— 




:113 


1715 




115 




1715— 1:117 


1715— 




:124 


1715 




128 




1715— 1 : 129 


1715— 




:132 


1715 




133 




1715— 1 : 134 


1715— 




:135 


1715 




136 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



145 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


GILMAN, Nicholas,— 


(continued) : 










member . 


1715 1:137 


1715— 1:138 


1716 




140 




1716— 1 : 141 


1716— 1:142 


1716 




144 




1716— 1:146 


1716— 1:147 


1716 




157 




1716— 1 : 158 


1716— 1:163 


1716 




164 


petition, etc. 


• • • • 


1742— 2 : 649 


1767 




146 


GILMAN, Peter [Maj. 


, Col.] : 










member, speaker. 


councilor, etc. 


• • • 


1734 


2 


.397 




1734— 2:422 


1735— 2:433 


1737 


2 


475 




1737— 2 : 480 


1737— 2 : 489 


1739 


2 


542 




1740— 2:546 


1740 2 : 548 


1740 


2 


558 




1740 2 : 560 


1742— 2:610 


1742 


2 


634 




1742— 2 : 645 


1742— 2:651 


1742 


2 


652 




1742— 3: 30 


1742— 3 : 33 


1742 


3 


38 




1742— 3 : 40 


1742— 3: 41 


1743 


3 


47 




1743 3: 51 


1743— 3: 53 


1743 


3 


63 




1743_ 3 : 68 


1743— 3 : 69 


1743 


3 


73 




1744— 3: 86 


1744— 3 : 87 


1744 


3 


89 




1744— 3 : 91 


1744— 3 : 93 


1744 


3 


100 




1744— 3 : 109 


1745 3:115 


1745 


3 


117 




1745 3 : 124 


1745— 3 : 126 


1745 


3 


127 




1745 3 : 128 


1745— 3 : 129 


1745 


3 


131 




1745 3 : 134 


1745 3 : 139 


1745 


3 


140 




1745— 3 : 144 


1745— 3 : 146 


1745 


3 


148 




1745— 3 : 149 


1745 3 : 151 


1745 


3 


153 




1745— 3 : 154 


1745— 3 : 158 


1745 


3 


tl59 




1745— 3 : 159t 


1745 3 : 162 


1745 


3 


166 




1745 3 : 172 


1745— 8 : 180 


1745 


3 


184 




1745— 3 : 185 


1745— 3 : 187 


1745 


3 


189 




1745— 3 : 201 


1745— 3 : 202 


1745 


3 


203 




1745— 3:204 


1745— 3 : 205 


1745 


3 


207 




1745— 3 : 211 


1745 3 : 215 


1745 


3 


217 




1745— 3 : 219 


1745— 3:229 


1745 


3 


230 




1745— 3 : 237 


1745— 3 : 246 


1745 


3 


247 




1745 3 : 249 


1745— 3 : 250 


1745 


3 


253 




1745— 3 : 254 


1745— 3 : 257 


1745 


3 


262 




1745 3 : 265 


1745 3 : 269 


1745 


3 


273 




1745— 3 : 275 


1745— 3 : 288 


1745 


3 


292 




1745— 3 : 299 


1745 3 : 302 


1746 


3 


323 




1746— 3:334 


1746— 3 : 3 17 


1746 


3 


355 




1746 3 : 360 


1746— 3:363 


1746 


3 


368 




1746 3 : 377 


1746— 3 : 378 


1746 


3 


383 




1746— 3 : 390 


1746 3 : 399 


1746 


3 


401 




1746 3:411 


1746 3 : 412 


1746 


3 


418 




1746— 3 : 420 


1746 3 : 422 


1746 


3 


424 




1746— 3 : 425 


1746— 3 : 427 


1746 


8 


433 




1746— 3 : 435 


1746— 3 : 441 


1746 


3 


442 




1746— 3 : 443 


1746— 3 : 445 


1747 


3 


447 




1747— 3:448 


1747— 3:453 


1747 


3 


454 




1747— 3:482 


1747— 3:516 


1747 


3 


517 




1747— 3 : 525 


1747— 4: 2 


1747 


4 


16 




1747— 4 : 39 


1747— 4: 40 


1747 


4 


44 




1748— 4: 71 


1748 4: 95 


1748 


4 


98 




1749— 4 : 100 


1749— 4 : 104 


1749 


4 


105 




1749— 4: 106 


1749— 4 : 108 


1749 


, 4 


118 




1749— 4:132 


1740— 4:140 


1749 


4 


*154 




1749— 4 : 1(;3 


1750— 4: 10 


1751 


4 


9 




1752— 4:216 


1752— 4:219 


1752 


4 


*222 




1752— 4 : 225 


1752— 4:227 


1752 


4 


240 




1752— 4 : 245 


1752— 4 : 247 


1752 


4 


263 




1752— 4 : 264 


1752— 4:267 


1752 


4 


278 



19 



146 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



CTLMAN, Petek, — (amtifiucd) : 

nicinber, speakur, roimcilor, etc. 



YEAB. 



VOI~ 



PAGE. 



1752— 4:. '{80 


175:5— 4 ::{(»! 


175:; ' 


1 


:ioi 


1753— 4 : 320 


1753— 4::{0() 


1753 


4 


;)0.N 


175:3— 4:384 


1754— 4::^09 


1754 




394 


1754— 4:406 


1751— 4:415 


1754 




119 


1754— 4 : 432 


175 i— 4:434 


1754 


■1 


4:5.s 


1754— 4:442 


1754— 4:446 


1754 




449 


1754— 4 : 452 


1754— 4:409 


1754 




470 


1754— 4:471 


1754— 4 : 473 


1754 1 




470, 


1754— 4:481 


1751— 4:552 


1755 




494 


1755 4:510 


1755 4:520 


1755 




521 


1755 4 : 523 


1755— 4:537 


1755 




540 


1755— 4:547 


1755— 4:558 


1755 




50.0 


175.5— 5: 


1755 — 5 : 8 


1755 


6 


11 


1755 5: 27 


1755— 5: 29 


1755 


5 


41 


1755 — 5 : 54 


1 755 — 5 : 55 


1755 


6 


25S 


1756— 5 : 63 


1750— 5: 74 


1756 


5 


97 


1756— 5 : 98 


1750— 5 : 109 


1756 


5 


177 


1756 5 : 17'J 


1750— 5:180 


1756 


5 


260 


1756 5 : 515 


1757— 5 : 207 


1757 


5 


228 


1757— 5 : 235 


1757— 5 : 238 


1757 


5 


249 


1757— 5 : 264 


1757— 5 : 284 


1757 


5 


291 


1757— 5 : 293 


1757— 5:299 


1757 


5 


506 


1758— 5 : 310 


1758— 5 : 314 


1758 


5 


316 


1758— 5 : 320 


1758— 5 : 323 


1758 


5 


343 


1758— 5 : 350 


1758 5 : m:^ 


1758 


5 


:376 


1758 6 : 401 


1758— 5:402 


1758 


5 


405 


1758— 5:411 


1758— 5 : 415 


1758 


6 


434 


1758 5 : 436 


1758— 5 : 437 


1758 


6 


441 


1758— 5 : 442 


1758— 5 : 444 


1758 


5 


452 


1758— 5 : 456 


1758— 5:512 


1759 


5 


458 


1759— 5 : 463 


1759— 5 : 477 


1759 


5 


479 


1759— 5 : 485 


1759— 5 : 491 


1759 


5 


493 


1759— 6 : 26 


1759— 6 : 27 


1759 


6 


29 


1759— 6 : 31 


1760- 6: 33 


1760 


6 


35 


1760— 6 : 88 


1760 6: 43 


1760 


6 


45 


1760 6: 60 


1760— 6: 03 


1760 


6 


71 


1760— 6 : 81 


170(1— 6: 92 


1760 


6 


102 


1760 6 : 107 


1760— 6:112 


1701 


6 


l:i2 


1701— 6 : 150 


1701— : 151 


1701 


6 


152 


1701— 0:154 


1701— 0:150 


1701 


6 


171 


1761— 6 : 180 


1701— 6 : 184 


1701 


6 


194 


1761— 6:220 


17(il_ 6:2:52 


1702 





240 


1762— 0:241 


1702— 6 : 247 


1762 


6 


249 


1702— ('):253 


17(;2— 0:257 


1702 


6 


204 


17f;2_ : 27« 


1702— 0:2S1 


1702 





28:5 


1702— 0:284 


1762— 6 : 285 


1702 


(i 


289 


1702— 6:295 


17(;2— 0:300 


170.2 


6 


307 


1702— 6 : 458 


17(;;j_ 0:312 


1703 





326 


1763 6 : 348 


17(;3— 6:357 


170:5 





300 


17G3_ (;:;{73 


170:{— 0:402 


1704 


6 


3S3 


1764— 0:409 


17(J4_ r. :415 


1704 


6 


417 


1704— r,:421 


1764— (i:404 


1705 





440 


1705— 6:448 


1765 — 0: 455 


17<".5 




450 


1705— 6:468 


170»— 7: 2 


1705 




17 


17r,5— 7 : 21 


1705 7 : 170 


170(; 




51 


1760— 7 : 73 


1766— 7: 87 


170(; 




S'.» 


1760— 7: 97 


1760- 7: 98 


I7<i(; 




178 


1767— 7 : 1S2 


176,s— 7 : 225 


170N 




237 


1768— 7 : 350 


1769— 7:299 


1769 


7 


:352 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



147 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


OILMAN, Peter, — {continued) : 










member, speaker, councilor, etc. 










1770— 7:o54 


1770— 7 : 356 


1770 


7 


358 


1770— 8 : 1 p 


1770 8: 21 


1770 


8 


26 


1770 8: 29 


1770— 8 : 31 


1771 


8 


p2 


1771— 8: 84 


1773— 8 : 185 


1773 


8 


137 


1774— 8 : 188 


1774— 8 : 196 


1775 


8 


220 


muster-roll, etc 


. 


1745 


3 


*159 


1746— 3 : 5:52 


1747— 3:463 


1747 


3 


525 


1747— 4 : 25 


1748— 4 : 68 


1755 


5 


45 


1756— 5: 92 


1756— 5 : 104 


1756 


5 


108 


1756— 5:110 


1756— 5:111 


1756 


5 


112 


GILMAN, RoiSEKT : 










petition 


1745 3 : 294 


1746 


3 


398 


under Capt. Samuel Gerrish . 


■ • 


1763 


6 


330 


GILMAN, Samuel: 










member, etc. ..... 


1734_ 2 : 430 


1736 


2 


457 


1742— 2:610 


1742— 2:615 


1742 


2 


623 


1742— 2 : 624 


1742— 2:647 


1742 


2 


649 


1742— 2 : 651 


1742— 3: 30 


1742 


3 


33 


1742— 3: 34 


1742— 3 : 35 


1742 


3 


45 


1743— 3 : 47 


1744— 3: 86 


1744 


3 


89 


1744— 3: 93 


1744— 3 : 94 


1744 


3 


97 


1745— 3 : 113 


1755— 4 : 540 


1755 


4 


547 


1755— 4 : 566 


1755 5: 11 


1755 


5 


23 


1764— 6 : 425 


1768 7 : 192 


1768 


7 


197 


GILMAN, Simon : 










estate of, administrators to apjjear . 


• • • 


1753 


4 


310 


V. Sir William Pepperell 


. 


1753 


4 


333 


GILMAN, Stephen: 










to post notice .... 


• • • 


1770 


8 


8 


GILMAN, Capt. Somersby : 










mustcr-i'oll .... 


• 


1755 


5 


56 


1755 — 5 : 57 


1756— 5 : 75 


1756 


5 


126 


1759— 5 : 467 


1759— 5 : 476 


1760 


6 


78 


GILMAN, William: 










sick soldier .... 




1760 


6 


97 


GILMANTON : 










petition 


. 


1760 


6 


112 


taxes collected .... 


1761— 6 : 139 


1761 


6 


147 




1761— 6 : 148 


1761 


6 


149 


inventory . . 1767— 7 : 161 


1768 7:219 


1773 


8 


157 


selectmen to appear 


• 


1764 


6 


406 


sroprietors to appear 


. 


1770 


8 


47 


lio^hway ..... 


. 1766 7: 86 


1771 


8 


88 


Gn.MORP:, James : 










muster-roll .... 


. 1746— 3 : 431 


1746 


3 


532 


petition 


1766 7: 77 


1766 


7 


89 


1771— 8 : 59 


1771— 8: 63 


1771 


8 


99 


GILMORE, James, and wife : 










petition ..... 


1768 7:211 


1768 


7 


215 


GILSUM (see also Westmoreland) : 










inventory . . 1767— 7 : 161 


1768 7 : 219 


1773 


8 


159 


Surry incorporated from . 


. 


1768 


7 


271 




1768— 7 : 272 


1769 


7 


285 


GINGER : 










allowance to each soldier . 


• • • • 


1756 


5 


117 


GLAIZER, Benjamn : 










petition 


■ • 


1758 


5 


373 


GLAS(iOW : 










soldier brouHit from 


• ■ • • 


1757 


5 


285 



148 Index to Journals of House of "Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


GLENY, William : 














claim 


• . • . 


, 




1748 


4 


66 


(iLlDDKN, Anpkew: 














iiuistfr-mll 


■ > ■ • 


, 




1724 


2 


6 


(ILIDDKN. JiCKKMiAii: 














tax rcinittfil 


• 






1769 


7 


32H 


ULIDDKX, JuNATJiAN: 














iiiider Capt. John ( 


filman 


, 




1726 


2 


41 


(Juaker, oxt'iniit fmiii tax 


. 




1763 


6 


365 


(JI.IDDKX. Wii.i.iAM: 














pcliliiiii 


> < ■ ■ 


, 




1757 


6 


236 


(;L()r( ESTER: 














luariiii'i- from . 


• • • • 


« 




1746 


3 


418 


GLOUS TKU. Jonathan : 














Vdlimteer 


• • • • 


, 




1746 


3 


404 


GODFREY, Jonathan: 














invalid volunteer 




, 




1746 


3 


331 


GODFREY. JosKi-ii: 














petition 


• • • ■ 


, 




1765 


6 


451 


GOFFE, John : 














member . 


• • • • 


, 




1729 


2 


161 




1729— 2 : 165 


1729— 


2 : 169 


1730 


2 


173 




1730— 2 : 174 


173(»~ 


2 : 307 


1762 


6 


246 




17G2— 6 : 247 


1762— 


6:249 


1762 


6 


252 




1762— 6 : 256 


17(i2— 


6:257 


1762 


6 


258 




1762— 6 : 272 


17(i2— 


6:458 


1763 


6 


310 




170;^ 6 : 314 


1763 


6 : 316 


1763 


6 


318 




1763— 6 : 356 


1763— 


6:360 


1763 


6 


362 




1763— 6 : 363 


17(i3 


6 : 364 


1763 


6 


366 




1763 6 : 367 


1763— 


6 : 370 


1763 


6 


371 




176:^— 6:462 


1761— 


6 : 383 


1764 


6 


392 




17G4— 6 : 394 


1764— 


6:395 


1764 


6 


397 




1764— 6 : 398 


1764— 


6:402 


1764 


6 


403 




1764— 6 : 405 


1764 


6:414 


1764 


6 


418 




1764— 6 : 423 


1764— 


6:425 


174 


6 


464 




1765— 7 : 2 


1765 


7: 3 


1765 


7 


6 




1765 7: 10 


1765- 


7: 13 


1765 


7 


16 




1765 7: 25 


1765— 


7: 26 


1765 


7 


39 


9 


1765 7: 46 


1765— 


7:176 


1766 


7 


64 




1766— 7 : 66 


1766— 


7: 67 


1766 


7 


70 




1766— 7 : 74 


17(;6 


7: 75 


1766 


7 


76 




1766 7: SG 


1766— 


7: 87 


1766 


7 


88 




1766— 7 : 89 


1766— 


7: 90 


1766 


7 


178 




1767— 7 : 125 


1767— 


7 : 132 


1767 


7 


135 




1767— 7 : 160 


1767— 


7:161 


1767 


7 


163 




1767— 7 : 1«2 


176H— 


7 : 185 


1768 


7 


198 




1768— 7 : 249 


17(;s— 


7:251 


1768 


7 


272 




1768— 7 : 350 


1769— 


7:281 


1769 


7 


289 




176<j_ 7 : 295 


17C.9— 


7 : 298 


1769 


7 


307 




1769— 7:316 


1769— 


7 : 317 


1769 


7 


320 




1769 7 : 331 


1769— 


7 : 334 


1769 


7 


352 




1770— 7 : 337 


1770— 


7 : 342 


1770 


7 


354 




1770— 8 : 1 p 


1770— 


8: 7 


1770 


8 


8 




1770— 8 : 16 


1770— 


8: 17 


1770 


8 


19 




1770— 8 : 32 


1770- 


8: 44 


1770 


8 


47 




1770— 8: 54 


1771— 


8: 2p 


1771 


8 


60 




1771— 8: 62 


1771— 


8: 69 


1771 


8 


80 




1771— 8 : 85 


1771— 


8:100 


1771 


8 


105 




1771— 8 : 107 


1771— 


8:113 


1772 


8 


115 




1772— 8 : 120 


1772— 


8:123 


1772 


8 


124 




1772— 8 : 125 


1772— 


8:126 


1772 


8 


127 



Province of New Hampsuire, 1711-1775. 



149 



GOFFE, John, 
member 



{continued) : 

1772— 8 : 129 

1773— 8 : 139 

1773— 8 : 152 

1774— 8 : 164 
1774— 8: 169 
1774— 8 : 188 
1774— 8 : 198 
1774— 8 : 207 

muster-roll, regiment, etc. 

1745— 3 : 297 

1746— 3 : 433 

1747— 4 : 15 

1753— 4 : 316 

1754— 4 : 435 

1756— 5:123 

1757— 5 : 291 
1759— 6: 9 
1761— 6 : 135 
1761— 6 : 180 
1761— 6 : 189 
1761— 6 : 192 

1761— 6 : 209 

1762— 6 : 259 

1762— 6 : 262 

1763— 6 : 324 
1763— 6 : 328 
1763— 6 : 342 

account, etc. .... 

1746— 3 : 340 

1747— 3 : 508 
1759— 5:461 
1769— 7 : 290 

petition ..... 

1753— 4 : 362 

1758— 5 : 389 
GOFFE, John, and others : 

petition 

GOFFE, John, Jr. : 

petition 

1734— 2 : 429 
1737— 2 : 488 
GOFFSTOWN : 

inventory 

1767— 7 : 160 
selectmen to appear 
town meeting, alleged illegal . 
town meeting, new, called 
new parish 2>roposed 
GOLD (sec also Coin) : 

governor paid in . . . 

soldiers i^aid in ... 

inability to jjrocure . 
as legal tender 

bills redeemable in . 

coined, value of . . . 
taxes payable in . . . 
currency established 



1773— 
1773— 
1773— 
1774— 
1774— 
1774— 
1774— 
1774— 



1745 
1746 
1747 
1753 
1754 
1756 
1758 
1761 
1761 
1761 
1761 
1761 
1762 
1762 
1762 
1763 
1763 
1763- 



— 6 



1746- 
1757- 
1760- 
1772- 
1747- 
1757- 
1758- 

1761- 
1761- 



136 
144 
153 
165 
172 
193 
204 
209 



3:298 
3 : 532 
4: 27 
4:319 
4 : 477 
5:127 

5 : 335 

6 : 132 
144 

6:187 
6 : 190 
6 : 198* 
6:253 
6 : 260 
6:272 
6:325 
6 : 329 
6 : 372 



3 : 342 
5 : 251 
6: 43 
8 : 126 
3 : 460 
5:234 
5 : 390 

6:140 
6:215 



1735— 2 : 444 

1737— 2:489 

1760— 6 : 86 

1768— 7 : 218 



1772— 8 : 126 
1772— 8:121 



1758— 5 : 348 



1760— 6: 53 

1764— 6 : 424 

1765— 7 : 29 
1767— 7 : 128 



TEAR. 


VOL. 


1773 


8 


1773 


8 


1773 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 


1748 


4 


1754 


4 


1756 


5 


1757 


5 


1758 


5 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 


1758 


5 


1761 


6 


1774 


8 


1748 


4 


1757 


5 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


1766 


7 


1734 


2 


1735 


2 


1737 


2 


1761 


6 


1773 


8 


1771 


8 


1772 


8 


1772 


8 


1772 


8 


1757 


5 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1759 


5 


1764 


6 


1764 


6 


1765 


6 


1765 


6 


1766 


7 


1767 


7 



PAGE. 



137 

148 
155 
168 
184 
197 
205 
210 
296 
322 
513 

66 
434 

96 
208 
416 
134 
179 
188 
191 
204 
268 
261 
323 
327 
333 
374 
338 
507 
372 
134 
167 

74 
248 
112 

143 
91 

428 
445 
490 

122 
158 
108 
121 
127 
127 

271 
349 
412 
489 
415 
423 
457 
453 
89 
165 



150 



Index to Jouunals of liuusi': ov l\Ki'Kfc;.si;NTATiVEs, 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


I'AGE. 


(iOOl) Fi;ii>AY: 










f^iivenior proposes atljouninu^nl over 


. 


1745 


3 


165 


(iOOhW IN. (lEuKOE: 










tlusrrtor ...... 


. 


1722 


1 


315 


(JOODWIN, .I<»UN: 










" ilesiii'tcr," balaiu-t' stopt 




1758 


5 


334 


no (lt'S(!rter, action nversetl 


• 


175« 


5 


396 


(;()0K1N, Kev. Natiiamkl: 










widow of, town <;rant to . 


• 


1738 


2 


539 


liOKDON, .Iaaies (stc also Qourdcn) : 










widow of, may give a deed, original 


Mirnt 










1712— 2:<i;>l 


1742 


2 


652 


broke jail ..... 


• • 


1772 


8 


in; 


GORDON, Kor.Kirr: 










arin.s delivered to . 


• 


1757 


5 


228 


GURU AM, Lieut. Colonel: 










letter of 


• • 


1747 


3 


454 


GORWOOl), CllAULES: 










excise farmer, etc. 1742 — 3 : 36 


1743— 3: 60 


1747 


3 


*484 


GOSrORT {see also Shoals) : 










Star island called .... 


. 


1715 


1 


139 


l)roportion of province tax with Newcastle 










1720 1 : 253 


1726 


2 


41 


tax rate 


. 


1728 


2 


Ml 


tax remitted 


17(il— 6:208 


1767 


7 


113 


constable's account .... 


1721- 1:417 


1732 


2 


374 


districted for excise 


• • • 


1752 


4 


238 


inventory 


■ • 


1753 


4 


294 


1760 6: 86 


1761- 6 : 122 


1761 


6 


200 


1767— 7 : 160 


17(;8— 7:220 


1773 


8 


157 


petition . . 1742— 2:633 


1744— 3:228* 


1747 


3 


467 


1747— 3:471 


176(1— 6: 35 


1761 


6 


168 


pier or bason . 1766 — 7 : 81 


1766— 7 : 88 


1767 


7 


141 


garrison of Captain (ioss 


• 


1746 


3 


432 


GO.SS, Cai'tain (see jireceding). 










GOL'DY, James : 










volunteer, widow of, re-imbursed . 


1746 3 : 413 


1764 


6 


404 


GOURDEN, Daniel (sec also Gordon) : 










, Quaker, exempt from tax 


. 


1763 


6 


365 


GOURDEN, Thomas: 










(Quaker, exempt from tax 


• ■ ■ 


1763 


6 


365 


GOVE, Eleazek : 










hired, wages stopt .... 


. 


1760 


6 


76 


GO\E, John: 










petition 


1734— 2:427 


1734 


2 


428 


GOVE, JosEi-n: 










escai)e from prisoTi .... 


1756— 5 : 172 


1758 


6 


396 


(;0\ERNMENT (see Bills of CredU, Charges, Debts, Fees, 








Grants, Labyrinth, Tux, Treasurer, etc.) 


• 








charges . . 1721— 1 : 279 


1721— 1:293 


1722 


1 


311 


defence of the 


1746- 3:40« 


1746 


3 


412 


1746— 3:414 


1746— 3:422 


1746 


3 


423 


1746— 3 : 429 


174(i— 3:430 


1746 


3 


431 


1746— 3 : 432 


1746— 3:433 


1746 


3 


438 


1746— 3:439 


174(')— 3 : 441 


1747 


3 


451 


1747— 3 : 452 


1747.- 3:462 


1747 


3 


463 


separate for tliis province 


. 


IIM 


2 


472 


service 


1769— 7 : 281 


176!i 


7 


332 


support of 


. 


17-21 


1 


293 


1721— 1:296 


1721— 1:307 


\l-2-> 


1 


340 


1722— 1:352 


1723- 1:373 


1723 


1 


376 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



151 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


GOVERNMENT, — (contmued) : 










support of . 1723— 1 : 380 


1723 1 : 382 


1730 


2 


311 


1730— 2 : 312 


1731— 2:337 


1734 


2 


412 


1735 2:453 


1740— 2:544 


1740 


2 


554 


1740— 2:558 


1742— 2 : 613 


1742 


2 


635 


GOVERNIMENTS (see New England). 










GOVERNOR {see also Adams, Address, Answer, Applica- 








tion, Amis, Assent, Barges, Beating, 


Books, Captain- 








General, Clarkson, Clerk, Commission, 


Committee, Com- 








moner, Coynpilaints, Co7igress, Controversy, Excise, 








Frontiers, Grievance, Highioay, Instructions, Langdon, 








Letters, Little Harbor, Maciihedris, Maine, Memorial, 








Message, Muster, Officers, Orders, Fenhallow, Postage, 








Prerogative, Proclamation, Province- House, Recess., Reg- 








ister, Remonstrance, Shijys, Thanks, Vi 


%cancies, Vodrell, 








Waldron, Warrants, and Ways) : 

continuance of, recommencled to th 










e king 


1714 


1 


93 


reception of . 1715 — 1:113 


1716— 1:162 


1716 


1 


181 


1716— 1:186 


1727— 2: 83 


1728 


2 


118 


1728 2:119 


1728— 2 : 128 


1728 


2 


130 


1730 2 : 173 


1730 2 : 174 


1747 


4 


41 


1766— 7 : 104 


1766— 7:105 


1768 


7 


213 


embarks for Great Britain 


• • • • 


1723 


1 


373 


visits the frontiers 


. 1743 3: 74 


1744 


3 


85 


king's censure of, deprecated . 


. 1745— 3:213 


1745 


3 


285 


powers, etc., questioned (see Wentworth, Benning). 








misfortune of, concern for 


. 1721— 1:293 


1721 


1 


296 


taken suddenly -ill 


• • • . 


1755 


5 


13 


small-pox in family of 


• • • • 


1761 


6 


186 


contined with long fit of gout . 


. 


1766 


7 


73 


severe and painful indisposition of 


. 


1770 


8 


33 


house for, rent, etc. 1744 — 3 : 69 


1744— 3 : 75 


1744 


3 


85 


1744— 3 : 106 


1752— 4 : 244 


1752 


4 


245 


1752— 4 : 246 


1752— 4 : 260 


1752 


4 


262 


1753 4 : 328 


1753— 4 : 335 


1753 


4 


358 


1754_ 4 : 430 


1754— 4 : 437 


1754 


4 


441 


1754— 4 : 450 


1754— 4 : 453 


1754 


4 


460 


1754— 4:461 


1755— 4 : 502 


1756 


5 


160 


1756— 5 : 191 


1756— 5 : 193 


1757 


5 


213 


1757— 5 : 253 


1757— 5:254 


1757 


5 


268 


1757— 5 : 284 


1757— 5 : 285 


1757 


5 


303 


1757— 5 : 306 


1758 5 : 419 


1758 


5 


420 


1758— 5 : 422 


1759— 6 : 10 


1760 


6 


66 


1763 6 : 349 


1764— 6:403 


1765 


7 


27 


1766— 7 : 78 


1766— 7 : 82 


1767 


7 


114 


1767— 7 : 135 


1768— 7 : 242 


1768 


7 


243 


1769— 7 : 328 


1769— 7 : 329 


1770 


8 


16 


1770— 8 : 51 


1771— 8: 72 


1771 


8 


91 


1773 8 : 150 


1773— 8 : 152 


1774 


8 


198 


house of, at ^Volfeborough 


• • ■ • 


1771 


8 


102 


compensation . 1717 — 1 : 203 


1717— 1:211 


1718 


1 


222 


1719— 1:235 


1720— 1 : 247 


1721 


1 


271 


1721— 1 : 308 


1722— 1:363 


1729 


2 


148 


1729— 2 : 150 


1729— 2 : 152 


1729 


2 


153 


1729— 2 : 156 


1730— 2 : 309 


1730 


2 


312 


1730— 2:314 


1730 2 : 317 


1730 


2 


318 


1730— 2:319 


1730— 2:320 


1730 


2 


333 


1732— 2 : 370 


1735— 2:448 


1735 


2 


450 


1735— 2:451 


1736 2 : 463 


1737 


2 


484 


1742— 2:619 


1742— 2:621 


1742 


2 


625 


1742— 2:627 


1742— 2 : 628 


1742 


2 


6;i2 



152 Indl;x to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


FACE. 


GOVERN t)K, — (cojdinncd) : 








eouipensation . 1742— 2 : 633 1742— 2 : 634 


1742 


2 


635 


1742—2:636 1742—2:638 


1742 


2 


639 


1742— 2:642 1742— 2:644 


1742 


2 


645 


1742— 2:647 1742— 3: 31 


1742 


3 


38 


1742— 3 : 45 1743— 3 : 60 


1743 


3 


61 


1743 3: 73 1743 3: 74 


1744 


3 


86 


1745— ;;:176 1746— 3:327 


1746 


3 


338 


1746— 3:415 1746— 3:443 


1748 


4 


84 


1752— 4 : 220 1753— 4 : 311 


1763 


4 


312 


1753— 4 : 313 1753— 4 : 320 


1753 


4 


324 


1753 4 : 359 1754— 4 : 374 


1754 


4 


400 


1754— 4 : 453 1755— 4 : 506 


1765 


4 


607 


1755 4 : 56!» 1755 4 : 570 


1756 


4 


571 


1756— 5:143 1756— 5:144 


1756 


6 


1S7 


1757— 5 : 271 175S— 5 : 283 


1768 


6 


305 


1758— 5 : 346 1758— 5 : 347 


1768 


6 


348 


1758— 5 : 349 1758— 5 : 402 


1758 


5 


403 


1758 5:404 175s 5:412 


1758 


5 


419 


1758— 5 : 420 1758— 5 : 422 


1758 


6 


449 


1758— 5 : 455 1759 5 : 457 


1769 


6 


8 


1759 6: 14 1760 6: 70 


1760 


6 


88 


1760 6: 90 1760 6:106 


1761 


6 


212 


1761— 6:213 1762— 6:267 


1762 


6 


277 


1762— 6 : 297 1763— 6 : 349 


1764 


6 


402 


1765— 7 : 27 1766— 7 : 78 


1766 


7 


82 


1767— 7:127 1767— 7:128 


1767 


7 


134 


1767— 7 : 137 1767— 7 : 138 


. 1767 


7 


139 


1767— 7 : 149 1767— 7 : 165 


1767 


7 


166 


1767— 7 : 167 1767— 7 : 168 


1767 


7 


169 


1768— 7 : 227 1768— 7 : 241 


1768 


7 


242 


176.S— 7 : 243 1768— 7 : 248 


1768 


7 


250 


176,H— 7 : 258 1768— 7 : 261 


1769 


7 


284 


1769— 7:328 1769— 7:329 


1770 


8 


14 


1770— 8: 16 1770— 8: 33 


1770 


8 


34 


1770— 8: 81 1771— 8: 91 


1771 


8 


112 


1772 8 : 12.S 1773 8 : 150 


1774 


8 


198 


requested to issue his precept to su])pl3- vacancies in 








the liouse 


1717 


1 


206 


desin-d to approve act tliat reijresentatives be dis- 








sulvid onie in three years . . 1721 — 1 : 272 


1722 


1 


322 


adjourns general court on account of Good Friday . 


1745 


3 


165 


acljounis j^cncral court on account of sniall-pox 


1747 


3 


493 


asks lli;il a nunil)crof liouse and council come (h>\vn 








and confer with liim ...... 


1753 


4 


323 


desiircs house to favor liini witii tlicir company, etc. 


1761 


6 


207 


secured against damage from consenting to certain 








vote 


175,s 


5 


359 


to alter vote otlering reward for detection of conn- 
terft'iters, if he tliinks meet ... 








17 IS 


1 


231 


desired to order the treasurer to hiy his accounts 








before tlie house ...... 


1760 


t; 


89 


to (hrei-t treasurer's account settled 


1747 


3 


467 


action of, about excise 


1753 


4 


287 


1754— 4 : 426 


1768 


7 


236 


desired to account for jiowdcr money ... 


176S 


7 


265 


"so engaged he coukl not sec" conunittec 


1761 


6 


196 


objections of . 1744—3: 98 1746—3:341 


1757 


6 


233 


desired to commission Henry Newm:ui 


1729 


2 


161 


favors making two counties, conditionally 








1759— 6 : 26 


176<i 


6 


34 



Province of '^EVf Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



153 



GOVERNOR, — (continued) : 

to seek relief for settlers west of Connecticut river 

1772— «:121 
enlistments, etc., by ...... 

1746— 3 : 362 1746— 3 : 363 
1746— 3 : 3»7 1746— 3 : 394 

1746— 3:411 1746— 3:424 

1747— 3 : 471 1747— 3 : 494 
1747— 4 : 21 1747— 4 : 37 
1755 — 4 : 568 1755 — 5 : 6 

1755— 5 : 24 1755 — 5 : 34 

1756— 5 : 101 1756— 5 : 108 

1756— 5 : 142 1756— 5 : 148 

1757— 5 : 256 1757— 5 : 301 

1758— 5 : 394 1761- 6 : 217 
1762— 6 : 269 1762— 6 : 288 

other military action of . . . 1721 — 1 : 301 

1746— 3 : 381 1746— 3 : 424 

1747— 3 : 449 1747— 3 : 451 
1747— 3 : 454 1747— 3 : 481 

1759— 6 : 17 1761— 6 : 181 
names of the governors : Belclier, Bm'gess, Burnet, 

Dudle}-, Shute, Wentworth (which see, severally) . 

GOVERNOR, Lieutenant (see also Address, Commission, 

Letter, Message, Speech, etc.) : 

compensation ..... 1715- 
1716— 1 : 182 1718- 
1718— 1:228 1719- 
1720— 1:253 1721- 

1722— 1:363 1723- 

1723— 1:411 1724- 

1725— 2 : 18 1726— 2 : 33 

1726— : 48 1726— 2: 65 

1727— 2 : 83 1728— 2 : 130 

1729— 2 : 153 1729— 2 : 157 

1730— 2 : 317 1730— 2 : 319 

indisposed, could not attend 

illegal management of, resented .... 
warrant, order, return, etc., of .... 



139 
222 
238 
287 
394 
1 : 430 



1719— 
1720— 
1721— 
1724— 



239 
255 
306 
432 



1719— 1:243 

1720— 1:263 
1722— 1:326 

on committee of audit 

re(|uestcd to negotiate about miu'der of Indian 

named Haunoek . 
two memlters chosen to accompany, to Ipswich 
note of, delivered to the treasurer . 
bonds of . 

veto power 1728—2:122 

names of lieutenant-governors: Dunbar, Usher, 
Vaughan, WentAvorth {which see, severally). 
GOVERNOR AND Council (see also Address, Ai:)peals, and 
Court) : 

committees of ....... . 

petition of general assembly to ... . 

GOVERNOR AND General Assemuly : 

to drink the king's healtli on liis liirllulav 

1772— 8:125 
GOVERNORS (see also names of the several Stales) : 

of New Yoi'k, to interview Indians .... 

20 



TEAK. 



1772 

1712 
1746 
1746 
1747 
1747 
1748 
1755 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1758 
1761 
1762 
1746 
1747 
1747 
1759 
1761 



1716 
1718 
1720 
1722 
1723 
1724 
1726 
1727 
1728 
1729 
1737 
1716 
1717 
1718 
1719 
1720 
1722 
1728 
1719 

1720 
1721 
1727 
1727 

1728 



1725 
1764 



1772 
1754 



VOL. 



8 
1 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
3 
3 
3 
5 
6 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

1 
1 
2 
2 
2 



2 
6 



8 
4 



PAGE. 



131 

38 
376 
406 
467 
501 
74 
18 
83 
122 
152 
364 
223 
302 
348 
446 
452 
489 
195 



166 
225 
248 
315 
395 
12 
45 
68 
142 
163 
485 
157 
208 
223 
240 
262 
325 
129 
235 

251 

297 

81 

97 

123 



tl2 
422 



127 
371 



154 



Index to Journals of House of Kepresentatives, 



GOVKRXOrvS. — (nmtmnal) : 

<i|' Nfw Kn^^Iaiul j^ovLTiinu-nts, assembled 
GRAFTON CoiNTY: 

piivilt'ges, courts, etc. 

1773— 8:137 

reconler, Jolni Ilunl 



YEAB. 



177'J— 8:124 
177;i_ H:138 
177;^— S:141 
1773— 8:153 



judge of probate, pniec^ediugs 
members from, dismissed 



1775— 8 : 236 



GRAMMAR School {sec also Schools) -. 

Dover exempted from keejjing .... 

Liiiuliinderry exempted from keeijing 
GRAND .IiKoHS (see Jurors). 
GRANT, Josi.rii, Jk. : 

under Colonel Gilnian 

GRANTS (see also Inhabitants, Mason, New York, and 
Parliainenl) : 

laying out, time limited . . . 1724 — 2 : 6 
of waste lands, formerly claimed by Jolm Tufton 

Mason 

of land in Coos ....... 

1752— 4 : 266 
by Gov. Benning Wentworth, west of Connecticut 

river 

of men for defence of government, etc, . 

1745— 3 : 156 1745— 3 : 159* 
1745— 3:286 1748— 4: 89 

])ayment of, regulated 

GRATUITIES (see also Advance Pay and Bo^mty) : 

for t>llicers and soldiers ...... 

1758— 5 : 424 
GRAVES, Samuel (see also Haverhill) : 

petition . . 1731—2:341 1734—2:427 
GREAT Bkitain (see also England, Controversy, and Dis- 
pute) : 

court, crown, etc., of 

1718— 1:215 
1728— 2 : 123 
news from .... 



1722— 1:310 
1728— 2:137 
1720- 1:245 
1722— 1:329 



1723— 1:373 



service in .... 

ships, lumber, etc., sent to 

governor goes to . . . 

recorder and treasurer goes to 
GREAT (V)iiASS (see also Upjjer Cohass and Coos) : 

highway . 

GREAT Gin Alakm (see also Otins) : 

ini|iiiry after tiie ..... 
GREAT Island (see also Blunt, Fort Williaia and Mary, 
and New Castle) : 

bridge . . 

account of, with Rev. John Blunt . . . . 

fort on 

fascine batteries at ...... . 

GREELEY, Andhew : 

app(!:irs ...... 175.^ — 5:317 

GREELEY, Cait. Jonathan: 

muster-roll, etc 1755 — 4:494 

GREELEY, Joskpii, etc. : 

guardian for 



1757 

1772 
1773 
1773 
1774 
1773 
1775 
1775 

1722 
1727 



1756 



1724 



1742 



1718 
1727 
1730 
1720 
1723 
1724 
1720 
1723 
1722 

i7r..s 

1746 



1719 
1740 
1740 
1746 

175S 
1755 
1758 



VOL. 



b 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 

1 

2 



1 
2 
2 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 

7 

3 



1 
2 
2 
3 



4 
5 



1746 


3 


393 


1752 


4 


265 


1753 


4 


358 


1774 


8 


182 


1745 


3 


124 


1745 


3 


238 


1755 


5 


17 


1771 


8 


KU 


1757 


6 


235 


1760 


6 


53 



PAGE. 



226 

129 
140 

15(1 
20« 
153 
234 
237 

345 
108 



92 



634 

213 
103 
321 
246 
374 
7 
256 
376 
367 

274 

381 



237 
549 
559 
419 

321 

495 

322 



Province of IsTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



155 



GREELEY, Moses : 
to ajjjjear . 

GREELEY, Peter : 
petition, etc. 

GREELEY, Richard : 
account, etc. 

GREELEY, Samuel : 
member . 



1762- 
17G2 
1762- 
17G4 
17G8 
1769 
1770- 
1770 
1770- 
1770 
1771- 



6: 

6: 
6: 

G: 
7 



GREEN, Abraham: 

account 
GREEN, Bradbury 

l^etition 

GREEN, ElJENEZER: 

member 
GREEN, Edav^ard : 

to apjiear . 
GREEN, Isaac : 

petition 

GREEN, John : 

claim 
GREEN, Nathan : 

petition 



. 1721— 1:295 



240 
263 
458 
464 



— 7-9 



t i 



286 
346 

16 
53 
69 



'1— 8: 91 



GREEN, Richard : 

to ai)pear . 
GREENLAND : 

petition 

1725— 2: 24 
1763— 6 : 316 

excepted in assessment . 

licenseil house in . 

to ai)])ear ..... 

constables .... 

firing guns in, restricted . 

lands in, valuation . 

part of, plat 

representatives 1732- 
1735- 
1739- 
1745- 
1745- 
1746- 
1749- 
1751- 

1752— 4 : 224 

1753— 4 : 386 
1755— 5 : 

1755— 5:258 

1756 — 5 : 515 



2 : 376 
2 : 433 
542 
118 
185 
368 
100 
6 



2: 

3: 
i» 
o : 

3: 

4: 

4: 



1757- 

1758- 

1762- 
1762- 
1763- 
1768- 
1768- 
1769- 
1770- 
1770- 
1770- 
1770- 
1771- 



5:202 
5 : 391 

6:256 
6:264 
6:462 
7 : 244 
7:350 
7 : 320 
7:347 
8: 7 
8: 17 
8: 57 
8: 93 



1721— 1:270 

1722— 1:317 



1756— 
1771— 



5 : 172 
8 : 103 



1767— 7 : 133 



1732— 2:368 
1763— 6 : 320 



1723— 1:417 



1734— 
1736— 
1742— 
1745— 
1745— 
1747— 
1749— 
1751— 
1752— 
1754— 
1755— 
1756- 
1757— 



2 : 397 
2:457 
2:610 
3:119 
3 : 187 
2 
105 
9 
380 
552 
41 
95 
264 



TEAK. 


VOL. 


1759 


5 


1730 


2 


1758 


5 


1760 


6 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1764 


6 


1768 


7 


1769 


7 


1769 


7 


1770 


7 


1770 


8 


1770 


8 


1771 


8 


1771 


8 


1746 


6 


1747 


3 


1775 


8 


1770 


8 


1721 


1 


1722 


1 


1755 


4 


1770 


8 


1772 


8 


1767 


7 


1714 


1 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1718 


1 


1718 


1 


1723 


1 


1730 


2 


1724 


1 


1728 


2 


1729 


2 


1734 


2 


1737 


2 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1748 


4 


1750 


4 


1752 


4 


1753 


4 


1755 


4 


1755 


5 


1756 


5 


1757 


5 



PAGE. 



460 

347 

390 
92 

257 

297 

422 

273 

284 

352 

354 

14 

49 

p2 

96 

403 

484 
218 



308 
338 

497 

32 
121 

141 

80 
315 
333 
218 
227 
385 
327 
419 
136 
168 
422 
475 
115 
184 
262 
4 

10 
217 
384 
558 

43 
260 
506 



150 Index to Journals of TfousE of Uepresentatives, 





YEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


(illEENI.AND, — (co7itimied) : 














rein-osc-nlatives ll.'tH — 


5 : 434 


1758 


5 : 438 


1758 


6 


512 


1759 


Cy : 228 


1760 


6 : 2:{0 


1761 


6 


232 


1762— 


6 : 458 


17(;:5— 


6:462 


1764 


6 


461 


170,-, 


7:176 


1761;- 


7:178 


1767 


7 


182 


i7G,s— 7 : nr>o 


176!)— 


7 : 352 


1770 


7 


354 


1770— 8 : 1 p 


1771— 


8 : 2 p 


1771 


8 


105 


1772— 


8:115 


1773 


8 : 144 


1774 


8 


164 


1774— 


8 : 184 


1774— 


8:187 


1775 


8 


218 


volunteers from 


, . 


1746 


3 : 403 


1746 


.3 


405 


laiul sfl oil" to . 


• • 


17^s 


4: 76 


1718 


4 


82 


(•hissed lor excise 




1752— 


4 : 238 


17.^,5 


4 


510 


inventory 


• • 


, 


, 


1753 


4 


293 






1760 


6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


17(;7— 


7: ICO 


176S— 


7 : 220 


1773 


8 


1.06 


proportion of province tax 


. 


1762— 


6 : 227 


1762 


6 


278 






1762— 


6:282 


1762 


6 


283 


certain estate, partly in Portsmouth. 


taxed in 


, 


1758 


5 


368 


may call town meeting . 


, 


1757— 


5 : 301 


1757 


5 


302 


small-pox in . 


• 


. 


, 


1761 


6 


178 


surveyor from . 


, 




, , 


1764 


6 


406 


(iTvEENLKAF, Stki-hk.n : 














muster-roll 


, 


, 


, , 


1726 


2 


56 


claim . . 1727 — 


2: 77 


1729— 


2 : 146 


1731 


2 


356 


1732— 


2 : :i7(» 


1734— 


2:410 


1737 


2 


485 


1745— 


3 : 250 


1745— 


3 : 274 


1747 


3 


516 


excise collector 




, 


, , 


1735 


2 


445 


petition .... 


, 


1745— 


3 : 165 


1745 


3 


250 






1747— 


3 : 492 


1748 


4 


81 


GREENLEAF & Oi.iddon : 














amount in hands of . 


, , 


^ 


. 


1725 


2 


17 


(IHEENOlICiH, Danikl [" Gkeennough, Gkeno, Greeno 








GUENOl'E"] : 














member, clerk . 


, , 


1720 


1 : 249 


1720 




250 


1720— 




253 


1720— 


1 : 259 


1720 




26( 1 


1720 




262 


1721— 


1 : 263 


1721 




266 


1721— 




268 


1721— 


1:272 


1721 




273 


1721— 




275 


1721— 


1:276 


1721 




277 


1721— 




278 


1721— 


1 : 280 


1721 




2S2 


1721— 




283 


1721— 


1 : 286 


1721 




287 


1721— 




291 


1721— 


1:292 


1721 




294 


1721— 




295 


1721— 


1:297 


1721 




298 


1721— 




300 


1721 — 


1 : 301 


1721 


1 


303 


1721— 




305 


1721— 


1 : 305* 


1721 




30S 


1721— 




309 


1722— 


1:310 


1722 




312 


1722— 




313 


1722— 


1:317 


1722 




318 


1722— 




319 


1722— 


1 : .320 


1722 




321 


1722— 




322 


1722— 


1 : 323 


1722 




324 


petition . . 1722— 




338 


1722- 


1 : 344 


1722 




353 


GREER, Thomas: 














claim .... 


, , 




, , 


1746 




432 


GREGG, David, and otiieks : 














petition .... 


, , 


1754— 


4 : 420 


1754 


4 


437 


(;REG(i, James: 














member .... 


, , 




. 


1736 


2 


457 


GRECU;, James and Samuel: 














petition .... 


, 


, 


, 


1745 


3 


294 


GREGG, William [John ?] : 














petition . . 17t'i.5 — 


7 : •» 


176.'i— 


7: 12 


1765 


7 


31 


GRIDLEY, Mk. : 














advice of . 




. 


. 


. 


1754 


4 


419 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



157 



lodg- 



ing in 



1727— 
1759— 



2: 83 
6: 29 



GRIEVANCE (see also Remonstrance) : 

caused by surveyoi's restraining from 
woods, to Ije laid before governor 

governor's influence on council, a . 
GRIEVANCES : 

list of, New York house of assembly's 
GRIFFITH, John : 

claim . . 1726— 2: 56 

petition . . 1759— 5 : 498 
GRIMES, Moses : 

petition . . 1759— 5:483 
GROTON {see Cockermotith) . 
GROTSTER & Littleton (see also Littleton, etc.) : 

V. John Avis 
GROUARU, James : 

account 
GROUT, Elijah : 

member 
GROVE, Isaac : 

V. Potter, Silas . 
GROW, John : 

claim 
GROW, Sergt. Nathaniel : 

widow's claim . 
GUARDS {see Scouts and Sentinels) 
GUMMER, EZEKIEL : 



doorkeeper 



1759— 5 : 491 



1772— 8 : 125 



1764— 
1766— 
1769— 
1771— 



423 
ISO 
353 
2p 



1766- 
1767- 
1770- 
1771- 



7: 63 
7 : 183 
7:354 
8: 96 



GUNDLOES : 

for landing ordnance, etc. . . 1745 — 3 : 251 
1747— 3 : 451 1747— 3 : 500 
GUNNERS : 

wa^es, etc 1746— 3 : 308 

GUNNING {see also Fowling and Sea Gulls) : 

in floats, regulated .... 1717 — 1 : 208 
GUNPOWDER {see also Powder) : 

allowance for 

GUNPOWDER-PLOT Day : 

November 5th, disorders on, to prevent . 
GUNS {see also Cannon and Great Gun) : 

firing of, restricted 1724— 1 : 419 1724 — 1 : 428 

transported from Rj-e to New Castle 

great, transj^orted to Canterbui-y .... 

landing at ^e\y Castle 

exercising at fort 1746— 3 : 424 1747— 3 : 478 

to be carried to meeting 

volunteers', mended, etc. . . 1745 — 3 : 276 

1768— 7 : 238 1769— 7 : 326 

wrongfully charged to men . . 1746 — 3 : 427 

soldiers to find their own, when .... 

allowance for (.sec also Losses, Lost, etc.) 
GUNTHWAIT [Lisbon] : 

inventory 

GUPPY, James : 

muster-roll 



HADLEY, Benjamin : 

petition 



. 1759— 5:484 



YEAK. 


VOL. 


1717 
1736 


1 

2 


1775 


8 


1727 
1759 


2 
6 


1759 


5 


1753 


4 


1773 


8 


1775 


8 


1765 


7 


1747 


o 


1758 


5 


1763 
1766 
1768 
1770 
1772 


6 

7 
7 
8 
8 


1746 

1747 


3 

3 


1758 


5 


1717 


1 


1746 


3 


1768 


7 


1746 
1745 
1745 
1753 
1747 
1724 
1745 
1771 
1747 
1756 
1757 


3 
3 
8 
4 
3 
1 
3 
8 
3 
5 
5 


1773 


8 


1747 


3 


1759 


5 



210 
469 

222 

99 
30 

496 



309 
154 
218 
17 
479 
345 

314 
178 
348 

Pl 
118 

443 

518 

395 

209 

327 

276 

423 
276 
290 
327 
479 
427 
277 
98 
484 
123 
269 

160 

480 

491 



158 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



HAINES, .Jami:.s: 

soldier, had small-pox 

HAINES, John: 

supplies for 
HAINES, AIatthias: 

iiienib(.'r, etc. . 
HAINES, Samckl: 

petition 
HALE, AitiGAiL: 

petition 



HALE, Dk. El.Il'IIAI.ET: 

army surgeon . 

HALE, John : 

member . 



1758— 5 : 339 



1759— G : 



HALE, John and Henry 
petition 

HALE, Nathan : 

referee 

petition 
HA1>E, Koi;ei;t: 
^ memorial of 

HALE, Sam r El.: 

to sell rcsal estate 

deereed judgment, 

HALE, Thomas: 
member . 



1702— 
1762— 
1762— 
1762— 
1762— 
1763— 
1763— 
1763— 
1763— 
1764— 
1765 — 
176.0— 
1766— 
1767— 
1771— 



240 
251 
268 
276 
458 
334 
346 
36.S 
3.S0 
396 
453 
5 
17.S 
182 
85 



1766— 7 : 86 



1758— 5 : 344 



1732— 2:376 



1757— 5 
17o.S_ 5 

1756— 5 
1760— 6 



1762— 
1762— 
1762— 
1762— 
176;;— 
176:;— 
1763— 
1763— 
1763— 
1764— 
1765— 
1765— 
1767— 
1768— 
1774— 



1752— 
1752— 
1754— 
1754— 
175;-)— 
1755— 
1755— 
1755— 

1755 — 
175.-)— 
1755— 
17.'>6— 
1756— 
1756— 

1756 — 
1756— 



4:241 
4 : 380 
4 : 403 
4 : 552 
4:518 
.-)58 
574 
13 
34 
47 
258 
113 
146 
178 
184 
260 



1766— 7 
1766— 7 



308 
342 

193 
93 

243 
266 
269 
277 
314 
335 
361 
372 
462 
409 
457 
9 
132 
198 
205 

53 
103 



1754- 4:466 



in notes, bills, etc. 



1772— 8:120 



1752— 
17.53— 
1754— 
1755— 

17.^)5- 
17.0.5- 

175.5— 



17.55— 5 



17.o6— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 



247 

384 

406 

496 

521 

565 



18 

36 

59 

79 

116 

149 

180 

1.H7 

515 



TEAR. 


VOL. 


1757 


6 


1768 


6 


1747 


3 


1747 


4 


1770 


7 


17.58 


5 


1758 


6 


1759 


5 


1760 


6 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1764 


6 


1764 


6 


1765 


7 


1766 


7 


1767 


7 


1768 


7 


1775 


8 


1766 


7 


1766 


7 


1745 


3 


1764 


4 


1755 


4 


1760 


6 


1772 


8 


1774 


8 

) 


17.')2 


4 


17.02 


4 


17.04 


4 


17.-)4 


4 


17.o5 


4 


17.">5 


4 


17.o5 


4 


i 17.05 


5 


1755 


5 


1 755 


5 


17.55 


5 


1756 


6 


17.o6 


5 


17.06 


5 


17.oG 


5 


17.o6 


5 


17.57 


5 



PAGE. 



299 
345 

525 

59 

356 

337 

345 

485 
95 

246 
267 
270 
278 
332 
344 
367 
373 
395 
464 
3 
176 
160 
200 
218 

75 

KiS 

295 
167 

527 

65 
126 
169 

217 

267 

394 

424 

514 

531 

572 

8 

25 

41 

61 

100 

139 

169 

183 

204 

209 



Pkovince of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



159 



HALE, Thomas, 
member . 



(continued) : 
Viol— 
1757— 
1757— 
1757— 
1757— 
1757— 
1757— 



5: 
5: 
5; 
5: 
5: 
5: 
5: 



HALF-PAY : 

of soldiers 
HALF-PENCE : 

English, value . 
HALIFAX : 

small-jjox at 

soldier died at . 
HALH^AX, Eakl of : 

letter from 
HALING (see Hauling). 
HALL : 

sutler 
HALL, Benjamin : 

V. Chestley, Ichabod 

member . 



1772— 
1774— 
1774— 



HALL, Doctor : 

account 
HALL, P^DWARD : 

on committee 

account 

member . 



17o9— 
1740— 
1740— 
1749— 
1749— 
1750— 



HALL, John : 

petition .... 

remonstrance . 
HALL, JoSEi'H : 

scout .... 

petition .... 

HALL, Pero : 

under Capt. Samuel Gerrish 
HALL, Samlee : 

account .... 

petition .... 
HALL, Thomas, and wife : 

distracted, guardians lor . 
HALEY, Thomas : 

petition .... 
HAM, Daniel : 

bills l)urnt in house of 
HAM, Joseph : 

volunteer .... 
HAM, Nathaniel : 

deserter .... 



217 

237 
257 

282 
286 
302 
309 



1757— 5 : 221 
1757— 5 : 252 
1757— 5 : 264 
1757— 5 : 283 
1757— 5 : 299 
1757— 5:305 
1757— 5 : 506 



176 



6:383 



1768— 7 : 202 



125 
164 

188 



1773— 8 

1774— 8 
1774— 8 



144 
172 
205 



1722— 1:317 



542 

552 

:558 

:100 

:164 

194 



1736- 
1740- 
1740- 
1740- 
1749- 
1750- 
1751- 



2: 
2: 
2 : 
i': 
4: 
4: 
4: 



457 
544 
553 
560 
123 
10 
9 



1743— 3: 73 



1759- 
1761- 



5:494 
6:202 



1746— 3 : 308 



YEAK. 


VOL. 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1767 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1758 


5 


1757 


5 


1765 


6 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1764 


6 


1760 


6 


1768 


7 


1772 


8 


1773 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1726 


2 


1722 


1 


1726 


2 


1736 


2 


1740 


2 


1740 


2 


1740 


2 


1749 


4 


1750 


4 


1753 


4 


1743 


3 


1764 


6 


1765 


7 


1745 


3 


1759 


5 


1761 


6 1 


1763 


6 


1760 


6 


1769 


7 


1765 


7 


1760 


6 


1765 


6 


1746 


3 


1761 


6 



PAGE. 



233 
253 
*268 
285 
301 
306 
405 

205 

453 

371 
424 

384 

97 

252 
119 
150 

184 
210 

41 

323 

46 
469 
548 
554 
561 
153 
188 
347 

58 

413 

42 

228 
495 
206 

330 

93 
320 

46 

40 
436 
403 
199 



1«0 



Index to Journals of House of 1\ei>resentatives, 





TRAK. 


VOL. 


FAOE. 


HAM, Samirl: 












account ...... 




, 


1765 


7 


30 


HAM, Wkvmoi Til: 












invaliil vnlimtcer .... 


1746— 


3 : 308 


1746 


3 


329 




1746— 


3 : 343 


1746 


3 


403 


IIA.MKT, TncM.vs: 












account 


, 


, 


1729 


2 


146 


IIAMMOXI), Antiiow: 












captain of transport .... 


1745— 


3 : 218 


1746 


3 


322 


1746— 3:333 


1746— 


3 : 335 


1746 


3 


337 


1746— 3:438 


1746— 


3 : 441 


1747 


3 


451 


IIAMPSTEAD (see also Timberlanc) : 












representative . 1752 — 4 : 217 


1752— 


4 : 380 


1753 


4 


384 


1753_ 4 : 386 


1754— 


4:552 


1755 


4 


558 


1755— 5 : 


1755 — 


5: 41 


1766 


6 


258 


1756 5: 95 


1756— 


5:260 


1756 


6 


515 


1757— 5 : 264 


1757 — 


5:506 


1758 


5 


434 


175S— 5:436 


1758— 5:512 


1759 


6 


228 


1760 6 : 230 


1761— 


6:232 


1762 


6 


256 


1762— 6 : 257 


1762— 


6 : 458 


1763 


6 


462 


1764— 6 : 464 


1765 


7:176 


1766 


7 


178 


1767— 7 : 182 


176H— 


7 : 350 


1769 


7 


352 


1770— 7 : 354 


1770— 


8: Ip 


1771 


8 


p2 


1771— 8:105 


1772— 


8:115 


1773 


8 


144 


1774— 8 : 164 


1774— 8:184 


1774 


8 


188 


1774— 8 : 194 


1774— 8:200 


1775 


8 


218 


cliarter, copy of ... . 


. 


, , 


1752 


4 


223 


classed for excise .... 


1752— 


1 : 238 


1755 


4 


510 


inventory 


, 


, , 


1753 


4 


294 




1760 


6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 7 : 160 


1768— 


7:218 


1773 


8 


156 


as.sessment on lands in 


, 


, , 


1769 


7 


283 




1769- 


7 : 286 


1769 


7 


307 


jjctitioner from .... 


, 


, , 


1756 


5 


64 


Ijetition 


, 


, , 


1768 


7 


276 


estate in, divided 1757 — 5 : 2i*'J 


1757— 


5:301 


1757 


5 


302 


part of Piaistow annexed to 


. 


, , 


1766 


7 


75 


:i;ri'eement of, witli Kin^jston . 


1768 


7:191 


1768 


7 


215 


i;AMP'i"()X {sec also Towm) : 












claims upon . 1711 — 1: 4 


1712— 


1: 40 


1721 


1 


*305 


1722— 1:;517 


1722— 


1 : 338 


1724 


1 


418 


claim of 






1737 


2 


485 


selcittinen to settle jn-ovinee bounds 






1711 


1 


4 


town hounds . 1712— 1 : in 


1715 


i : 136 


1718 


1 


228 


minute men from .... 


. 




1711 


1 


21 


volunteers from .... 




, , 


1746 


.". 


4(»4 


representatives 1714— 1 : 84 


1715— 


1: 97 


1715 


1 


114 


1715— 1:117 


171.")— 


1:127 


1715 


1 


128 


1716— 1:173 


1716— 


1:178 


1717 


1 


190 


1718— 1:224 


1721— 


1:273 


1721 


1 


277 


1722— 1:;!26 


1727— 


2: 79 


1727 


2 


100 


1728 2:121 


17:{n 


2 : 307 


1731 


2 


335 


1732— 2:376 


1734 


2 : 397 


1734 


2 


422 


1735 2 : 433 


1736— 


2 : 457 


1737 


2 


475 


1739— 2 : 542 


1742— 


2:610 


1742 


2 


631 


1745— 3:115 


174.5* 


3 : 184 


1745 


3 


185 


174.5— 3 : 187 


1745— 


3 : 262 


1746 


3 


368 


1747— 4: 2 


1748 


1: 4 


1749 


4 


100 


1740— 4:104 


1750— 


4: 10 


1751 


4 


6 


1751— 4: 9 


1752— 


4:216 


1752 


4 


275 


1752— 4:380 


1753— 


4 : 29(; 


1753 


4 


299 



Province of jS'ew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



161 



HAMPTON, — {continued) : 

representatives 1753— 

1754— 
1755— 
1756— 
1757— 
1758— 
1760— 
1763— 
1766— 
1768— 
1770— 
1772— 
1774— 
1715— 



constaljles 
taverns 
courts at 



301 
552 
41 
95 
264 
436 
230 
6:462 
7 : 178 
7 : 350 
8: Ip 
8:115 
8:184 
1:121 



1753- 
1755- 
1755- 
1756- 
1757- 
1758- 
1761- 
1764- 
1767- 
1769- 
1771- 
1773- 
1774- 
1721- 



384 
558 
43 
260 
506 
5:512 
6:232 
6:464 
7:182 
7 : 352 
8: 2p 
8:144 
8:187 
1:294 



TEAK. 



1716— 1:188 1726— 2: 60 



4 
500 



court-house and prisons in 
pillur}- in . 
l)etitioners from 

petition 

1724 

1737- 
highway to Kingston 
seleetn)en''s ajjpearance . 
trustees' accounts 1722 — 1 : 359 
lands, valuation 

plat of 

trade valuation 

double rating, protested against 

classed for excise 

inventory . . 1753 — 

1767— 
dispute with Rye 1728 — 
general assembly at ... 

1742— 2 : 639 
beach saved ..... 

small-pox at 

certain estate in, divided 

Presbyterians annexed to HamiJton F 

bills burnt in house at . 
NORTH Hill (see North Hampton) . 
HAMPTON Falls : 



1718— 1:215 
1756— 5 : 174 

1724— 2: 8 
1742— 3: 34 

1721— 1:277 

1722— 1:361 



4:293 
7 : 160 
2:141 



1752— 
1760— 
1768- 
1729 — 
1737— 
1742— 



:238 
: 86 
218 
158 
495 
640 



1761- 

alls 



6 : 146 



school 
representative 



1749— 
1751— 
1752— 
1753— 
1755— 
1755— 
1756— 
1758— 
1759— 
1762— 
1765— 
1768— 
1770— 
1772— 



4 : 100 



6 
224 
386 


258 
515 
434 
228 
458 
176 
350 

1 
115 



1722— 

1749— 

1751— 

1752— 

1754— 

1755 — 

1756— 

1757 — 

1758— 

17fiO— 

1763— 

1766— 

1769— 

1771— 

1773— 



1:326 
4:104 
4: 9 



380 
552 
41 
95 
264 
436 
6 : 230 
6:462 
7:178 
7:352 
8: 2p 
8:144 



1753 

1755 

1755 

1756 

1758 

1759 

1762 

1765 

1768 

1770 

1771 

1774 

1775 

1724 

1715 

1730 

1726 

1737 

1752 

1761 

1723 

1737 

1742 

172U 

1761 

1727 

1728 

1729 

1728 

1746 

1755 

1761 

1773 

1737 

1740 

1742 

1755 

1758 

1761 

1763 

1769 

1771 



1712 
1745 
1750 
1752 
1753 
1755 
1755 
1756 
1757 
1758 
1761 
1764 
1767 
1777 
1771 
1774 



VOL. 



4 
5 

5 

5 

5 

6 

6 

7 

7 

7 

8 

8 

8 

1 

1 

2 

2 

2 

4 

6 

1 

2 

3 

1 

6 

2 

2 

2 

2 

3 

4 

6 

8 

2 

2 

2 

5 

5 

6 

6 

7 

8 



1 

3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
7 
7 
8 
8 



PAGE. 



386 

258 
515 
434 
228 
458 
176 
228 
354 
105 
164 
218 
417 
135 
327 

47 
485 
265 
215 
399 
499 

36 
251 
147 
108 
136 
168 
140 
410 
510 
122 
156 
527 
656 
648 

30 
400 
145 
368 
282 

87 



52 
115 

10 
217 
384 
558 

43 
260 
506 
512 
234 
464 
182 
354 
105 
164 



21 



162 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



IIAMFrOX Falls, — {continued) : 



representative . 
trade valuation in 
elassed lor exeise 
iiiventurv 



1774— 8: 184 



1774— 8:187 



17(;i— G: 
177:3- 8: 



122 
150 



west end [Kensington] petition 

1735— 2:44:5 
petition . . 1726— 2: 34 
l)etitioners I'rom 
coniniittee on line meet in 
licensed house in . . . 
express to .... 

selectmen to appear 
estate in, divided 
land in, to be sold 
ministerial alVairs 
also Hamijlon) 



4: 

4: 
7: 
8: 
2: 
2: 
2: 



1762— 
175:^ 
17<J7— 
1774— 
17:52— 
17:^6— 
1720— 

17:57- 
1742— 



17G4— 6 



238 
293 
1(50 
165 
366 
460 
52 

4'J'J 
652 



Presbyterians dissatislied 
. 1765— 7 : 

1766— 7: 74 1766— 7: 
excused from payint; Kev. Mr. Wingate 
setting ofV, for ministerial alVairs 
Presbyterian society {afkrwanls Scabrook) 
line with Seabrook ...... 

dividing line of i):irishes in ... . 

new parish [Seal)rook] 



415 

(.sec 

44 

85 



Quakers polling oil' from 
mectin<r-house located 



1768— 7 : 247 



1770— 
1773— 



15 
146 



1:251 



61 
186 



1720— 1 :253 



town meeting voideil 
HANBURY, John (see also Thomlinson) : 

agent at court 1757 — 5:271 

HANCOCK, jArois: 

on Ciqjtain Tash's roll 

claim 

HANCOCK, Thomas: 

account, etc. ..... 1743 — 

petition for . 1761- (i : 166 1761 — 
HANNOCK ["HOKKKCK"] : 

Indian, murdered 1720 
HANOVEU: 

highway from Wolfeborough to Dartmouth 

inventory ...... 

HANSON, Ei.iZAi'.KTH 

|Mtition, etc. 
HANSON, Isaac: 

petition 
HANSON, I.SK all: 

SfjMier, sick at Number Four . 
ILA.NSON, (AIT. J(»ski-h: 

muster-roll, etc. 1745—3:277 1746 
HANSON, Mail and Jonathan : 

account with province 

1740— 



1747— 3:470 



1734— 2 



1757— 5 



424 
226 



3 : 381 



1742— 
1742— 



562 
(532 



2 : 642 



174CV- 
17f2- 
1742- 



2 

2: 

3: 



563 
639 

40 



HANSON, Solomon 

to upi)i';ir 
HANSON, Wh.liam: 

petition 



YEAR. 



1775 

1728 
1755 
1760 
1768 
1774 
1733 
17:37 
17:37 
1752 
1742 
1770 
1747 
1761 
1761 
1771 

1766 
1766 
1767 

1768 
1770 
1768 
1768 
1768 
1768 
1768 
1770 
1770 
1773 

1758 

1756 
1758 

1747 
1761 

1724 

1771 

1773 

17:54 

1757 

1763 

1747 

1740 
1742 
1742 
1742 

1755 

1763 



VOL. 



8 
2 
4 
6 

7 
8 
2 
2 

2 
4 
2 
8 
4 
6 
6 
8 

7 
7 

7 
7 
8 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
8 
8 
8 



6 
5 

4 
6 



8 

s 

2 

5 

6 

3 

2 
2 
2 
3 

4 

6 



FAOE. 



218 
140 
510 

86 
219 
167 
381 
502 
488 
265 
630 
4 

25 
142 
217 

83 

52 

95 

159 

18H 

9 

212 

234 

246 

259 

213 

4 

46 

148 

349 

131 
:}97 

14 
200 

10 

102 
160 

42« 

285 

364 

507 

561 

6:;i 

640 

44 

550 

364 



Province of New Hampsuire, 1711- 


-1775. 




163 




YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


HARBOR {see Rye). 










HARDSHIP : 










great, of keeping men out of their money 


1745 


3 


238 


of volunteers first enlisted 




1745 


3 


258 


HARDY, Dudley : 










soldier, estate of .... 


• • • 


1760 


6 


93 


HARDY, TiiEOPHiLUS: 










petition . . 1774- 8: 167 


1774— 8 : 169 


1774 


8 


170 


HARFORD, Mary : 










nuu-derer of William Ward 


. 


1772 


8 


130 


HARFORD, Nicholas (sec also Hartford) : 










erroneously called a deserter, etc-. . 


1758— 5 : 335 


1758 


5 


383 




1759— 5 : 494 


1759 


5 


497 


HARRISON, Thomas: 










V. Davis, Thomas .... 


. 


1755 


5 


15 


HART, Col. John (see also Young, Josejih) : 








muster-roll, regiment, etc. 


1757— 5 : 196 


1757 


5 


239 


1757— 5 : 245 


1757— 5 : 252 


1757 


5 


254 


1758— 5 : 406 


1758— 5 : 409 


1758 


5 


410 


1758 5 : 413 


1758— 5:414 


1758 


5 


419 


1758— 5 : 446 


1758 5 : 454 


1759 


5 


460 


1759— 5 : 468 


1759— 5:469 


1759 


5 


470 


1759_ 5 : 471 


1759— 5:472 


1759 


5 


473 


1759— 5:474 


17,59— 6 : 470 


1759 


5 


483 


1759— 5 : 493 


1759- 6: 5 


1759 


6 


15 


1760— 6: 35 


1760 0: 77 


1760 


6 


78 


HART, Samuel (sec also Vaughan, Qeorge 


; a7id Almory, 








Robert) : 










testimony of 


• 


1729 


2 


148 


guardian . . 1737 — 2:479 


1737— 2 : 490 


1737 


2 


491 


HART, Samuel, Jk. : 










account ...... 


• • • 


1726 


2 


64 


HART, Thomas : 










to appear 


• ■ • 


1757 


5 


270 


lot sold by 


• • ■ 


1757 


5 


290 


V. Millet, Thomas .... 


. 


1758 


5 


419 


HARTFORD, Nicholas ["Hauford"] : 










meml)er, etc. . 1732 — 2 : 370 


1747— 3:516 


1747 


3 


520 


HARTFORD, Ct. : 










commissioners to meet at 


. 


1758 


5 


343 


HARVARD College (see also Holyoke) : 










aided . . 1719— 1 : 241 


1764— : 418 


1765 


6 


437 


1765— 6 : 444 


1765— : 445 


1705 


7 


14 


HARVEST : 










members met in time of . 


1719— 1:208 


1719 


1 


241 


HARVEY, John and Richard : 










petition, etc. . 1759 — 6: 18 


1759— 6: 20 


1759 


6 


31 


1760— 6 : 43 


1760 6: 52 


1760 


6 


62 


1760 6: 63 


1760 6: 65 


1760 


6 


91 


HARVEY, Thomas : 










claim 


1726— 2: 30 


1727 


2 


99 




1729 2 : 167 


1734 


2 


410 


HATCHETS : 










allowance for . 1756— 5 : 123 


1757— 5 : 205 


1757 


5 


238 


HATFIELD : 










express to 


. . 


1723 


1 


408 


HAULING (see also Traiisjwrtatmi) : 










allowance for 


. 


1753 


4 


355 


HAVEN, Rev. Samuel: 










chai)lain of the house 


1752— 4 : 225 


1753 


4 


342 


1755— 4 : 572 


1755— 5 : 49 


1756 


5 


144 



164 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


HAVEN, l»i;v. S.\ m r ki,,— (con/wmcrf) : 










cliapluin <•!' tlu' liouse 










17.07— 5:272 


1758— 5 : 380 


1758 


5 


438 


]7o9— 6: 13 


1760 (! : 106 


1761 


6 


212 


1762— 6 : 239 


1762— 6 : 247 


1762 


6 


266 


1763— 6 : 350 


1764— 6:403 


1765 


7 


2 


1765— 7 : 27 


1765_ 7 : 79 


1765 


7 


83 


1767— 7:115 


1768— 7 : 228 


1769 


7 


2S7 


1769— 7 : 297 


1769— 7:305 


1770 


8 


16 


1771— H: 92 


1772— 8:122 


1773 


8 


151 


1774_ s : 192 


1774— « : 200 


1775 


8 


223 


liAVKUllll>l. [I>()W1,K('()<)S] : 










tow iisliii) licldw (I'icniiniii) 


■ ■ • 


1764 


6 


422 


sale ol' land in . 


• • • 


1766 


6 


455 


inventory 


> ■ 


1767 


7 


161 




176,S— 7:219 


1773 


8 


160 


HAVEKniLr> (DiSTUiCT) [Plaistow] : 










jiianls in 


. 


1729 


2 


147 


border troubles (see also Graves, Sanuul) 


1731 


2 


341 




17;{4_ 2:427 


1769 


7 


283 


rejjresentativo 


1745_ 8:116 


1745 


3 


118 


1749— 4:130 


1749— 4:131 


1749 


4 


144 


estate in, divided 


• • • 


1757 


6 


290 


petitioner fi'oni 


. 


1758 


5 


337 


IIAWKK [Danvm.i.k] : 










iueorporated In mi Kin<:;st()n . 


• ■ • 


1760 


6 


44 




1760— 6 : 81 


1760 


6 


84 


invontoi'Y 


1761— 6:122 


1767 


7 


161 


J 


1768— 7:219 


1773 


8 


157 


HAWKERS: 










re;i;ulated .... 


1711— 1: 78 


1718 


1 


221 


HAY-CUTTING : 










people enfj^afrt'd in, guarded 


• • ■ • 


1756 


5 


96 


HAYES, Daniel : 










scout 


, 


1745 


3 


255 


HAYES, Thomas: 










petition ..... 


■ ■ • ■ 


17(;i 


6 


201 


HAZEN, John : 










muster-roll, etc. 


, 1758— 5:397 


1759 


5 


461 


17,-,9_ .t:4G4 


1759— 5 : 469 


1760 


6 


78 


1761— 6 : 132 


1761— 6:155 


1761 


6 


189 


1761— 6:192 


1762— 6 : 256 


1762 


6 


260 


1762— 6 : 262 


1763— 6 : 327 


1763 


6 


328 


1763 6 : 331 


1763— 6 : 333 


1763 


6 


341 


1763 6 : 342 


1763— 6 : 344 


1763 


6 


345 


HAZEN, Mk. (sec also Mitchell, George) : 










and Miteliell lines . 


. 1743— 3: 58 


1743 


3 


59 


plan of south line, by 


• > • 


1745 


3 


1169 




1745— 3:235 


1745 


3 


241 


HAZEN, Richard: 










petition 


• ■ • 


1754 


4 


393 


estate of . . 1755— 5: 30 


1757— 5:253 


1757 


5 


276 


HAZEN, RiCHAKO, Jk. : 










petition ..... 


• • • • 


1729 


2 


147 


HAZEN, Sauaii [•' Makv':'"] : 










l)etiti<.)n ..... 


. 1755- 4:540 


1755 


5 


6 


1 


1755— 5 : 10 


1755 


5 


23 


HEAD (see also Polls) : 










tax ...... 


• ■ • 


1742 


2 


651 


HEALEY, Nathaniel: 










meinljer 


. 


1775 


8 


218 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



165 



HEARD, Nathaniel (see also Third) 

claim .... 

HEARD, Samuel: 

muster-roll 

wounded soldier 

1757— o : 214 
HEARD, Lieut. Tristram : 

muster-roll 
HEARINGS (see Petitions). 
HEATH, Bartholemew : 

invalid soldier 
HEATH, Calei; : 

bills burnt in house of 
HEATH, James : 

estate of, divided 

HEATH, Josiah : 

claim 
HEATH, Richard : 

V. Belknap, John 
HEATH, William : 

under Captain Hazen 
HEMP (see also Flax) : 



raising 



1718— 
1719— 
1730— 
1735— 
1735— 
1735— 



tax payable in 



merchantable, tax rate 



HENDERSON, Howard : 
member . 



1756— 
1758— 
1761— 
1764— 



1758— 
1759— 
1759— 
1760— 
1760— 
1761— 
1762— 
1763— 
1764— 
1765— 
1767— 



213 
233 
321 
438 
447 
452 



1763— 6:347 



136 

388 
213 
396 



438 

477 

30 

: 50 

: 84 

215 
:271 
:349 
;397 

176 
:127 



HENDERSON, Hugh: 

account .... 
HENNIKER (see also Number Six) : 

ratable estate, proiJortion and 
HENRICK, Henry : 

account .... 
HERINGTON, Timothy : 

account .... 
HEWERS : 

of masts (see also Mast Men) 



polls 



1746— 
1756— 
1757— 



3 : 429 
5 : 175 
5 : 309 



1757- 
1757- 



5:290 
5 : 301 



1758— 5 : 370 



1718- 
1720- 
1730- 
1735- 
1735- 
1735- 
1763- 
1735- 
1735- 



175 

1757 

1759 

1762 

1765 



1: 
1: 
2 : 

2: 
2: 
2: 



215 

257 
324 
442 
:449 
: 455 
6 : 348 
2:449 
2:451 



4:445 
5 : 277 
6: 2 
6:265 
7: 28 



1758— 
1759— 
1760— 
1760— 
1761— 
1761— 
1762— 
1763— 
1764— 
1766— 
1767— 



YEAR. 



VOL. 



512 
479 
: 36 
: 72 
:148 
232 
: 458 
:462 
:464 
:178 
: 182 



1748 

1746 
1756 
1769 

1726 



1756 

1762 

1757 
1757 

1758 

1758 

1763 

1719 
1721 
1730 
1735 
1735 
1737 
1763 
1735 
1737 
1752 
1755 
1758 
1760 
1763 
1766 

1758 
1759 
1759 
1760 
1760 
1761 
1762 
1763 
1764 
1765 
1767 
1768 

1773 

1773 

1765 

1758 

1745 



3 
5 

7 



5 
5 

5 

5 



1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
6 
2 
2 
4 
4 
5 
6 
6 



5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 



8 
8 
6 
5 
3 



PAGE. 



80 

533 
191 
332 

28 



119 
273 

299 

302 

397 

375 

331 

232 
265 
329 
446 
451 
486 
354 
450 
487 
251 
548 
385 
104 
338 
84 

434 

463 

490 

39 

77 

158 

242 

316 

395 

7 

126 

204 

151 

158 

466 

367 

232 



166 



Index to Juurnals of House of Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


IIICKS, .Toim: 












viiltiiitoer ...... 


1746— 


3:403 


1746 


3 


405 


UK KS, Ma.iok: 












estati- of ...... 






1766 


7 


52 


IIICKS, Jo.sErii [and Miis.] : 












pi'tition ...... 


1773 


.S:135 


1773 


8 


136 


HIGH SiiKiiiKK (see also Doorkeeper and SIk riff') : 










to lay precepts foi* choosing niembor.s before tlio 








house ...... 


, 


, 


1765 


5 


49 


called to account .... 




• 


1756 


5 


165 


report of . 


, 


, , 


1758 


5 


440 


lIKlll Tkkaj^on (see Treason). 












IIKJHT, CiiAKLKS: 












iiuister-roll, etc. 1745— H: 168 


1747— 


3 : 451 


1747 


3 


500 


IIKJIIWAYS (see also Romls, Sdcclmcn, 


Surveyors, arid 








II7ty.s) : 












regulated . . 1714 — 1 : 77 


1718— 


1:221 


1723 


1 


388 


1743— 3: 51 


1743— 


3: 56 


1743 


3 


66 


1743— 3: 72 


1744— 


3: 76 


1748 


4 


73 


1748— 4: 94 


1748— 


4: 99 


1752 


4 


249 


1752— 4 : 270 


1752— 


4:276 


1752 


4 


277 


1753 4 : 305 


1753— 


4 : 306 


1753 


4 


338 


1753— 4 : 339 


1754— 


4 : 404 


1754 


4 


409 


1754— 4:411 


1754— 


4:420 


1764 


4 


426 


1757— 5:213 


1757— 


5 : 257 


1757 


5 


26S 


1757— 5 : 269 


1757 — 


5 : 273 


1758 


5 


450 


1758— 5:451 


1759— 


5 : 462 


1759 


5 


465 


1759— 5 : 466 


1759— 


5 : 485 


1759 


5 


492 


1759— 6 : 2 


1759— 


6: 6 


1759 


6 


15 


1759— 6 : 16 


1759— 


6: 30 


1760 


6 


66 


1760 6: 74 


1765— 


6:452 


1765 


6 


453 


1705— 6:454 


1770 — 


8: 8 


1770 


8 


32 


1770— 8: 40 


1771— 


8: 69 


1771 


8 


108 


1771— 8:109 


1774— 


8:168 


1774 


8 


169 


near Anioskcag Falls 


, 


, 


1754 


4 


398 


in Barnstead ..... 


, 


, 


1771 


8 


88 


in Harrington 


1761— 


6:127 


1761 


6 


205 


1761- 6:215 


1762— 


6 : 250 


1762 


6 


251 


17(;2— 6:252 


1762— 


6 : 265 


1762 


6 


268 


1762— 6 : 271 


1762— 


6 : 298 


1771 


8 


88 


through Burton .... 


1769— 


7:291 


1770 


7 


341 


from ( liarlestown to Amhcr.st . 


, 


, 


1773 


8 


146 


from ("liarlestown [or Connecticut 


river] to Bos- 








cawen . 1768 — 7 : 273 


1768— 


7 : 279 


1769 


7 


289 


1769— 7 : 297 


1770— 


7:341 


1772 


8 


124 


from Conway to Connecticut river . 


1772— 


8:128 


1773 


8 


136 




177;J— 


8:138 


1774 


8 


169 


from out towns to Coos . 


, 


, , 


1752 


4 


272 


1753— 4:329 


176;?— 


6 : 341 


1763 


6 


344 


1763 6:345 


I7t;3— 


6 : 374 


1763 


6 


375 


1763— 6:381 


1765— 


6 : 446 


1765 


6 


451 


1768— 7 : 186 


176.S— 


7 : 192 


1768 


7 


214 


1768 7 : 274 


176H— 


7:277 


1770 


7 


341 


1772- 8:117 


1772— 


8:129 


1773 


8 


136 


through Dartmouth .... 


1769— 


7:291 


1770 


7 


341 


in Derrylield 


1753— 


4 : 322 


1753 


4 


353 


from Dover to Winipisioke pond 


1722— 


1:317 


1722 


1 


325 




1722— 


1 : 352 


1722 


1 


360 


from Durham to mouth of Baker's 


river (sec also 








iJurhdrn) ..... 


, 


• 


1765 


6 


451 


in Epping 


. 


. 


1747 


3 


460 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



167 



HIGHWAYS, — {continued) : 

from Exeter to Winii)isioke pond 
tliroiigh Gilmanton . 
to the governor's 



in Kingston 



through Laneaster 



in Londonderry 



1720— 
1747— 



1756— 
1761— 



251 
465 



69 
137 



from crotch of Merrinuick river 
in Moultonborough . 



in New Town . 
in Newington . 
in Newmarket . 

in Northumberland 
in Nottingham 



1766- 



7: 91 



to Portsmouth, from Stonington, etc 
in Rochester . 1768— 7 : 191 
1768— 7 : 217 
through Rye and Portsmouth 
through Sandwich . 
in Shelburne 
in Society land 
two, in South Haiupton . 
in Stonington . 



through Tamworth 
in Tuitonborough 



to Winipisioke pond 



1722— 1:350 



in Wolfeborough 



1766- 
1765- 
1747- 
1747- 

1770— 
1743— 
1756— 
1765— 

1768— 
1769— 
1756— 

1765- 

1768- 

1765- 
1765- 

176S- 
1771- 
1764- 
1769- 



7: 86 

6:457 
3:447 
3:471 

7:341 
3: 50 
5: 89 
7: 12 

7:274 
7 : 291 
5: 74 

7: 41 
7:192 



7: 

7: 



1770— 8: 



1768- 
1769- 
1769- 
1768- 
1769- 

1722- 
1722- 
1768- 
1769- 

from Wolfeborough to Dartmouth college 
HILL, Brigadier : 

commander-in-cliicf ..... 
HILL, Henry: 

petiti(ni ..... 
HILL, Jonathan : 

account, etc. .... 
HILL, Nathaniel : 

member ..... 



1711— 
1711— 
1711— 
1711— 

1712— 
1712— 
1712- 
1712— 
1712— 
1713— 
1713— 
1713— 
1714— 



15 
24 
29 
34 
37 
43 
47 
62 
56 
59 
63 
67 
73 



1711- 
1711- 
1711- 
1711- 
1712- 
1712- 
1712- 
1712- 
1712- 
1712- 
1713- 
1713- 
1713- 
1714- 



4 
33 



7:215 

8: 64 

6 : 407 

7 : 291 



7:274 
7 : 291 
7 : 291 
7:274 
7:291 

1 : 325 
1 : 352 
7:274 
7 : 291 



1761— 6:121 



1761— 6 : 214 



1: 1 
1: 17 
1: 25 



31 
35 
39 
44 
48 
54 
57 
60 
65 
1: 69 
1: 75 



YEAK. 


VOL. 


1722 


1 


1771 


8 


1765 


6 


1747 


3 


1755 


4 


1769 


7 


1772 


8 


1743 


3 


1760 


6 


1765 


7 


1753 


4 


1768 


7 


1770 


7 


1756 


5 


1755 


5 


1765 


7 


1768 


7 


1772 


8 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1771 


8 


1765 


7 


1770 


7 


1772 


8 


1771 


8 


1746 


3 


1768 


7 


1770 


7 


1770 


7 


1768 


7 


1770 


7 


1722 


1 


1722 


1 


1722 


1 


1768 


7 


1770 


7 


1771 


8 


1711 


1 


1761 


6 


1765 


7 


1711 


1 


1711 


1 


1711 


1 


1711 


1 


1712 


1 


1712 


1 


1712 


1 


1712 


1 


1712 


1 


1713 


1 


1713 


.1 


1713 


1 


1713 


1 


1714 


1 



PAGE. 



317 

88 

466 

464 

570 

291 

128 

64 

97 

31 

329 

277 

341 

100 

38 

46 

214 

128 

14 

34 

277 

216 

95 

48 

341 

128 

57 

323 

277 

341 

341 

277 

341 

317 

335 

360 

277 

341 

102 

19 

214 

45 

8 
23 
28 
33 
36 
41 
46 
60 
65 
68 
62 
66 
70 
79 



168 



Index to Journals of House of Kepresentatives, 





TEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


HILL, Nathaniel, — {continued) : 












1714— 1 : 82 


1711— 


1: 83 


1714 


1 


91 


1714— 1 : 1)2 


1714— 


1: 93 


1714 


1 


91 


acct.uiil . . 1725— 2: 12 f 


1725— 


2: 18 


1725 


2 


19 


HILL, William: 












niiislcr-roll, uto. 1724— 2 : C 


1737— 


2:488 


1761 


6 


214 


HILLS, IW.N.IAMIN: 












iiiciiil)er elect 


, 


, , 


1745 


3 


116 


HILLS, J. .UN: 












petition ...... 


, 


, , 


1744 


3 


*228 


HILLSHOKOl'iiH: 












inveiilnrv . . 1767 — 7:ltJl 


170)S— 


7 : 220 


1773 


8 


158 


exenii)ting from i)rovint'e tax . 


, 


. 


1768 


7 


203 


jictition ...... 


1770— 


8: 5 


1771 


8 


57 


superiiir court session in . 


, 


, , 


1774 


8 


169 


H1LLSH0K0L(;H tVuNTV : 












reccinlcr, Maj. Samuel Hobart 


, 


, 


1771 


8 


84 




1772— 


S: 121 


1774 


8 


204 


Hopkinton annexed to . 


. 




1772 


8 


125 


annexing Concord, Londonderry, J 


*ellKUu, 


I'em- 








broke, Salem, and Windham to . 


, 


, 


1773 


8 


139 


towns, petition .... 


1774— 


8 : 108 


1774 


8 


109 


courts 


1774— 


8:193 


1774 


8 


204 


HILLSBOROUGH, Eaul of: 












letter of 


176H— 7 : 229 


1768 


7 


231 




1768— 


7:268 


1771 


8 


97 


HILTON, Ki.WAiU): 












V. Fowler, Philip .... 


, 


, , 


1768 


7 


190 


nOS— 7 : 2U9 


1708- 


7:239 


1768 


7 


247 


IIILTOX. Rkhakd: 












petition, etc 


1721— 


1:282 


1723 


1 


400 


1742— 2 : 025 


1742— 


3: 30 


1743 


3 


49 


1743- 3: 53 


1743— 


3: 54 


1743 


3 


55 


IHLTON, Seh(;t. Samuel: 












muster-roll, etc. .... 


1725— 


2: 18 


1726 


2 


28 


HILTON, William: 












soldier, widow's claim 




, , 


1747 


3 


520 


HILTON'S I'oiNT: 












petition of proprietors 


, 


, 


1731 


2 


341 


HINCKKS, John: 












petition, etc. . 1712— 1 : .i'.* 


1720 


1 : 240 


1720 


1 


*253 


HINKS, Samiel: 












jictilion ...... 


, 


, , 


1720 


1 


246 


HINSDALE (see also New Yuri:): 












inventory 


170O— 


6: 86 


1701 


6 


122 


1707— 7: ini 


1708— 


7:219 


1773 


8 


159 


province ta.x aliated 


1706— 


7: 90 


1768 


7 


188 


HINSDALE, Ei'.enezkk: 












corrcspondi'iicc with 


, 


, . 


1743 


3 


62 




1751— 


4 : 373 


1754 


4 


400 


1755— 5: 13 


1750— 


5: 71 


1758 


5 


328 


l)etilion, etc. . 1750 — 5: 01 


1750— 


5: 00 


1756 


6 


72 


HINSDALE, Er.ENEZKK. ani> <»tiieks : 












]»etition . . 1744— 3: SO 


1744— 3: 87 


1745 


3 


*228 


HIRST (.SM ] hirst). 












IHXON. Samuel: 












claim ...... 




, , 


1746 


3 


420 


IIOAG. J«HIN: 












]ietifion withdrawn .... 


• 


. 


1750 


5 


92 


HOBART, David: 












on committee 


1773— 


8 : 150 


1774 


8 


208 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



169 



22 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


HOBART, Samuel : 










adjutiuit, member, etc. 


• • • • 


1765 


7 


22 




1765— 7 : 23 


1765 


7 


49 


1765- 7 


50 


1766— 7: 55 


1766 


7 


88 


1768— 7 


236 


1768— 7 : 247 


1768 


7 


267 


1768— 7 


:276 


1768— 7 : 279 


1768 


7 


350 


1769— 7 


:282 


1769— 7 : 283 


1769 


7 


287 


1769— 7 


288 


1769— 7 : 298 


1769 


7 


312 


1769— 7 


313 


1769— 7 : 326 


1769 


7 


331 


1769— 7 


352 


1770— 7:354 


1770 


8 


Pl 


1770— 8 


6 


1770— 8 : 15 


1770 


8 


32 


1770 8 


44 


1770 8: 47 


1771 


8 


p2 


1771— 8 


60 


1771— 8: 62 


1771 


8 


93 


1771— 8 


99 


1771— 8 : 100 


1771 


8 


105 


1771— 8 


109 


1771— 8:113 


1772 


8 


115 


1772— 8 


121 


1773 8 : 136 


1773 


8 


137 


1773 8 


144 


1773 8 : 1-48 


1774 


8 


164 


1774— 8 


166 


1774— 8 : 172 


1774 


8 


184 


1774— 8 


188 


1774— 8 : 192 


1774 


8 


203 


recorder, Hillsborough county 


. 1771— 8 : 84 


1771 


8 


97 


1772— 8:121 


1774— 8 : 204 


1774 


8 


215 


HOBBS, Benjamin : 










claim ..... 


• • • . 


1746 


3 


444 


HOBBS, Benjamin, Jk., and Mahy: 










petition ..... 


. 1758 5 : 385 


1758 


6 


388 


HOBBY, SiK Charles : 










claim to province lands . 


. 1716— 1:154 


1726 


2 


53 


estate of, proceedings stopped 


• • • • 


1718 


1 


212 


HOBBY, John : 










memorial .... 


. 1726 2: 53 


1726 


2 


55 


HODGDON, Caleb: 










member 


. 1774— 8 : 184 


1774 


8 


187 


177-4— 8 : 207 


1775— 8 : 218 


1775 


8 


222 


HODGES, James : 










petition . . 1752— 4 : 270 


1753— 4:305 


1753 


4 


306 


HODGSDON, Israel : 










volunteer ..... 


• • • 


1746 


3 


404 


HOGG, John : 










l^etition ..... 


1757— 5 : 290 


1757 


5 


299 


HOGS (see also Swine) : 










in Portsmouth, regulating 


• < . . 


1759 


6 


32 


going at large .... 


1760 6: 88 


1760 


6 


91 


HOIT, Jonas (see also Hoyt) : 










claim ..... 


• • • 


1760 


6 


108 


HOLDEN, Mass. : 










petition ..... 


■ • . 


1761 


6 


144 


HOLDERNESS, Earl of : 










letters from .... 


• • a 


1754 


4 


370 


HOLLAND : 










shirts fur Indians 


■ • • 


1728 


2 


142 


HOLLAND, John : 










to appear ..... 


• < ■ 


1774 


8 


168 


HOLLAND, Samuel : 










surveyor-general 


1770— 8: 50 


1771 


8 


61 


1772— 8: 114 


1772— 8 : 116 


1772 


8 


123 


HOLLAND, Stephen: 










member 


1771— 8 : 105 


1771 


S 


108 


1771— 8 : 113 


1772— 8:114 


1772 


8 


115 


1772— 8 : 120 


1772— 8 : 125 


1773 


8 


136 


1773— 8 : 137 


1773 8 : 139 


1773 


8 


144 


1773— 8 : 


147 


1774— 8 : 164 


1774 


8 


166 



170 



Index to Jouunals of House of liEPHKSKNTATivES, 



HOLLAND, SriuiiKN, 
member . 



HOLLIS: 

taxation of 
miHfliiii^-liuiisr 
])ctitioii 
dolunce ul' 



{roiitinual) 
■S 
8 

S 



representative 



inventory 



177 

1774— 

1774— 

1746— 
174(5— 
1747— 



1758— 
1760— 
1762— 
1763— 
1765— 
1768— 
1770— 
1772— 
1774— 
175:3— 
1767— 



167 
184 
205 

:}88 
402 
456 



4;$4 

2:iO 

241 

:4(i2 

: 176 

; 350 

: 1] 
;115 

:184 

:294 

: 1C)0 



1774— 
1774— 
1775— 

1717— 
1747— 
1717— 
1747- 
1747— 

175H— 
1761— 
Ui\2— 
1764— 
1766— 
176y— 
1771— 
177:5— 
1774— 
1760— 
1768— 



selectmen's account . 
selectmen to ajjpcar . 
j)art of Dunstable set oil" to 

176:3— 6::373 

Monson, south side, set oft" to . 

part of, set oil" . 1765 — 6 : 453 
HOLT, i3ENJAMiN : 

petition . . 1745— 3 : 177 
HOLYOKP:, EmvAKi): 

president of Harvard college . 

HOPKINS, Benjamin : 

account 

HOPKINS, EDWAKn: 

invalid volunteer .... 

HOPKINTON {sec also New IIoiMnlon) : 
inventory ..... 

1761— 6:215 
iion-ri'sidcnt lands taxed . 
(li\ idi'tl by county act 
to l)e entirely in Hillsborough county 
HOKNEY, Daviu : 

account ...... 

1753— 4::341 
1755— 4:572 
HORNKY, MiiS. Hannah : 

account, etc. . 1758 — 5 : 387 

1760— 6: 79 

1761— 6:160 
HORSES : 

shij)])ing, to prevent 
damages by, to prevent . 
imitrussing ..... 
valuation . . 1727— 2: 75 

1753— 4 : 290 
allowance for 

1746— 3 : 432 



1763- 
177:]- 

1765- 

1745- 



8:168 
8 : 192 

5 : 218 

3 : 470 
:5 : 456 
:5 : 45M 
3 : 460 
4: 27 

5:512 

6 : 232 
6 : 243 

6 : 464 
7: 178 

7 : :552 
H: 2p 
8:144 

8 : 188 
6: 86 
7 : 219 



6:344 

8 : 147 

6:454 
3:228 



YBAB. 



1765— 6 : 444 



1746- 

1747- 

1760- 
1768- 
1768- 



3 : 305 
3 : 468 

6: 86 
7:219 

7:187 



1772— 8:123 



1745- 
1754- 
1756- 

1758- 
1760- 
1761- 



3 : 251 
4:459 
5: 160 

5 : 418 
6: 86 
6:195 



172J— 1 : 269 



1728- 
1761- 



2 : 140 
6:122 



1747— 3:445 



1774 
1774 
1775 

1747 

1747 

1757 

1747 

1748 

1749 

1759 

1762 

1762 

1765 

1767 

1770 

1771 

1774 

1776 

1761 

1773 

1761 

1773 

1756 

1763 

1773 

1763 

1765 

1745 

1764 
1765 

1768 

1746 
1747 

1761 
1773 
1768 
1772 
1772 

1753 
1755 
1757 

1759 
1760 
1762 

1714 
1760 
1761 
1742 
1767 
1745 
1747 



VOL. 



8 

S 

8 

;i 
3 
6 
3 
4 
4 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
6 
8 
6 
8 
5 
6 
8 
6 
7 



6 
7 



3 
3 

6 
8 
7 
8 
8 

4 
4 



6 
6 
6 

1 
6 
6 
2 

7 
3 



FAOE. 



i: 



194 
22'.' 

4.S.S 
472 
2S7 
4(52 
(57 
141 
228 
240 
458 
3 
182 
354 
105 
164 
218 
122 
158 
215 
138 
179 
372 
148 
313 
4 

*228 

418 
14 

236 

401 
485 

122 
158 
214 
120 
125 

340 
615 
282 

13 
109 
270 

78 
81 
197 
651 
161 
277 
485 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



171 



HORSES, — {continued) : 
allowance for . 



143 

248 
382 

208 



1756— 5 
1758— 5 : 



153 

370 



1761— 6 : 202 
1761— 6:214 



1756— 5 

1757— 5 : 

1758— 5 : 
1761— 6; 

HOSE [Stockings] : 

for soldiers 

HOSPITAL Commissary {see also Commissary') : 

wages 

HOSTAGES : 

Indian 

HOUSE, Mr.: 

IJetition 

HOUSE {see also Assembly, Chaplain, Clerk, Controversy, 
Doorkeeper, Governor, Light {Johji), Members, Message, 
Precedent, Recorder, Restrictions^ Rights, Rules, Speaker, 
Sjjring, Wentworth {Benning) , and names of the several 
States) : 

right of the, to examine and allow treasui'er's ac- 
count, undoubted .... 1722— 1 : 358 

to give aid and assistance ..... 

" in an inactive state " ;..... 
HOUSE OF Commons {see also Parliament) : 

of Great Britain 1775— 8 : 223 
HOUSES {see also DivclUnq-IIouses) : 

valuation . . 1727— 2 : 75 
HOUSES OF Correction : 

regulated . . 1765— 7 : 39 
HOUSTON, Samuel : 

sick soldier 
HOW, George: 

common carrier, etc. 

1761— 6 : 186 
HOYT, Joseph {see also Hoit) : 

jjetition 
HUBBARD, : 

his man, express per 
HUBBARD, Adjutant : 

under Captain Gerrish 
HUBBARD, David : 

on committee . 
HUBBARD, John : 

scout 
HUBBARD, Samuel: 

ensign, under Captain Lovewell 
HUDSON, James: 

sets up salt works 
HUDSON River : 

frontiers, defence of 
HUGGINS, John [" Huckens"] : 

muster-roll . . 1745— 3:255 
HUGGINS, Nathaniel : 

in service under Captains Clement and Chesley 
HUGHES, Clement ["Hues"] : 



1775— 8 : 230 
1728— 2 : 140 



1766— 7 : 66 



1764— 6:419 



1761— 6:162 



excise farmer, etc. 



estate of 



1745— 3 : 256 



390 



1723— 1 

1724— 1:428 1724— 2: 8 

1726— 2: 46 1727— 2: 80 

1737— 2: 99 1727— 2:112 

1732— 2 : 370 1732— 2 : 373 

1734— 2:410 1734— 2:415 

1736— 2 : 462 1737— 2 : 491 



YEAK. 


VOL. 


1757 

1758 
1761 
1763 


5 
5 
6 

6 


1759 


6 


1756 


5 


1722 


1 


1773 


8 


1722 
1723 
1761 


1 

1 
6 


1775 


8 


1742 


2 


1766 


7 


1755 


4 


1761 
1765 


6 
6 


1768 


7 


1765 


6 


1762 


6 


1773 


8 


1745 


3 


1761 


6 


1770 


7 


1756 


5 


1745 


3 


1753 


4 


1724 
1725 
1727 
1729 
1733 
1734 
1737 


1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 



PAGE. 

243 
379 
203 
312 

3 

117 

317 

138 



368 
373 
219 

231 

651 

70 

495 

182 
434 

261 

429 

256 

141 

228 

202 

346 

82 

281 

350 

416 
19 
81 
146 
387 
418 
493 



172 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



HULL, Mk. : 

returned " deserter" 
HULL, Rkiiaui): 

(•l:\iiii, etc. .... 

lIUMrilRKY, D.\niel: 

account ..... 
HUMPHREY, John : 

nnistcr-roll, etc. 
HUMIMI1!I:Y. WiluaM: 

jjitition ..... 
HUNKIN(;, Mauk : 

of tlie council .... 

1714— 1 : 86 

1715— 1:108 

1715— 1 : 132 

1716— 1:159 
1716— 1 : 1^<6 
1719— 1:234 
172tt— 1:248 

1721— 1:290 

1722— 1:315 
1722— 1 : 344 

1722— 1:364 

1723— 1 : 392 

1724— 1 : 424 

1724— 2: 9 

1725— 2: 17 

1726— 2: 38 
1726— 2 : 54 

1728— 2 : 133 

1729— 2 : 157 
clioice of, as recorder 

1722— 1:371 
HUNT, Samtkl: 

memlier ..... 
HUNTER, Jamks : 

account .... 
HUNTER, John: 
' petition .... 

HUNTING Timk: 

Indians' .... 
HUNTOON, ClIAKLES: 

claim .... 
HUNTOON, Samiel: 

lands re-conveyed to 

])etition .... 
HUNTRESS, CiiuiSToi'HEU: 

volunteer 
HUNTRESS, Geokge: 

volunteer 

petition .... 

HUNTRESS, Jonathan : 

under Capt. Samuel Gerrish 

HUNTRESS, Samuel: 

claim .... 

Hl'RD, John (see also Heard) : 
excise farmer . 
memorial . 1773 — 8 : 137 
recorder for Grafton rnuntv 



1744— 3: 86 



1745— 3 : 300 



1761— 6: 173 



1713— 
1715— 
1715— 
171.i— 
1716— 
1716— 
1719— 
1721— 
1721— 
1722— 
1722— 
1723— 
1723— 
1724— 
1724— 
1725— 
1726— 
1727— 
1728— 
1734— 



1: 66 
1 : lOO 
1:118 



1 : 136 
1 : 166 
1: 189 
1:235 
1:264 
1:307 
1 : 319 
1:360 
1:382 
1:407 
1:425 
2: 11 
19 
42 
69 
135 



2:413 



1722— 1 : 372 
1774— 8: 184 



1767— 7 

1768— 7 



1759— 5 
1759— 6 



150 
190 



494 

29 



YEAB. 



• • 


, 


1770 


177.3— 8 


138 


1773 


177.3— 8. 


141 


1773 


1773 8 


153 


1776 



1762 

1761 

1774 

1761 

1761 

1714 
1715 
1715 
1716 
1716 
1717 
1720 
1721 
1722 
1722 
1722 
1723 
1724 
1724 
1724 
1726 
1726 
1727 
1728 
1753 
1722 
1726 

1774 

1758 

1773 

1754 

1758 

1767 
1768 

1726 

1746 

1759 
1759 

1763 

1746 



VOL. 



6 
6 

8 
6 
6 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 
1 
2 

8 

5 

8 

4 

6 

7 
7 



3 

6 
6 

6 

3 

8 
8 
8 
8 



PAGE. 

274 
224 
210 
173 

i:i9 



101 

123 

143 

174 

2(19 

247 

271 

311 

338 

361 

383 

414 

7 

12 

30 

45 

71 

137 

3H» 

367 

42 



t 



188 

427 

148 

458 

377 

152 
205 

404 

404 

498 

30 

330 

443 

41 
152 
150 
208 



Province of ISTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



173 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


HURD, Mr.: 














engraver of bills, sworn . 


, 


, 


, , 


1755 


4 


568 


HURST (seeHuske). 














[Consult note 1, vol. 5, p. . 


202, Provincial Papers.] 








HUSKE, Ellis : 














of the council . 


. 


. 1734— 


2:401 


1737 


2 


489 


1737— 


2:512 


1737— 


2:521 


1737 


2 


532 


1738 


2:537 


1739 


2 : 542 


1740 


2 


549 


1740— 


2:565 


1742— 


2:616 


1742 


3 


38 


1743— 


3: 50 


1743 


3: 51 


1743 


3 


54 


1743 


3: 58 


1744— 


3: 91 


1745 


3 


124 


1745— 


3:127 


1745 


3 : 129 


1745 


3 


138 


1745 


3 : 147 


1745— 


3 : 153 


1745 


3 


247 


HUST (seeEuske). 














HUTCHINS, Henry : 














in Captain Allcock's roll . 


, 


, 


, 


1757 


5 


237 


HUTCHINSON, Ebenezer : 














deserter, balance stopt 


, 




, 


1758 


5 


333 


HUTCHINSON, Solomon : 














re-lmbursed for bills, etc. 








1764 


6 


425 






1764— 


6:426 


1765 


7 


10 


HUTCHINSON, Thomas : 














petition, etc. . 1746 — 


3:426 


1746 


3:437 


1748 


4 


61 


HUTCHINSON & Henrick : 














account .... 




• 


• 


1765 


6 


466 


IDIOTS : 














and distracted relieved 


, 


. , 


, 


1714 


1 


77 






1767— 


7: 149 


1767 


7 


151 


ILLUMINATION : 














of state house . 


. 


. 1759 


6: 28 


1761 


6 


217 


IMMORALITY : 














to suppress 


. 


. 




1718 


1 


220 


IMPLEIMENTS : 














to be provided . 


, 


. 


, 


1746 


3 


443 


IMPORTATION : 














of Indian slaves prohibited 




, , 


, 


1714 


1 


83 


of liquors 




. 1721— 


1:303 


1721 


1 


305 


IMPOSITIONS : 














upon American colonies, remonstrance against 


1765 


6 


430 


IMPOST (see also Duties atid Excise) : 












regulated .... 


, 


^ 




1711 


1 


25 


1712— 




38 


1712— 


1: 54 


1713 


1 


64 


1713— 




66 


1714- 


1: 75 


1714 


1 


82 


1714— 




86 


1714— 


1: 90 


1715 


1 


104 


1716— 




175 


1716— 


1:176 


1716 


1 


179 


1716— 




181 


1717— 


1 : 193 


1717 


1 


194 


1718— 




213 


1718— 


1:216 


1720 


1 


256 


1721— 




281 


1721— 


1:293 


1721 


1 


296 


1721— 




305 


1722— 


1:313 


1723 


1 


378 


1732— 


2 


368 


1760— 


6: 61 


1760 


6 


71 


1760 


6 


90 


1767— 


7:134 


1767 


7 


149 


IMPRESS : 














ministers shall each have a 


servant. 


free from 


1712 


1 


43 


impressing; (see also Prest Arms) : 












arms .... 


. 


• 


, ^ 


1758 


5 


402 


IMPRESSINIENT (see also Draft) 


: 












regulated .... 


, 


. 1722— 


1 : 310 


1746 


3 


320 


1756— 


5:175 


1758— 


5 : 386 


1758 


5 


415 


freedom from . 


, 


. 1755— 


4:526 


1755 


4 


528 


discountenanced 




. 


• 


. 


1758 


5 


366 



174 



Index to Journals of House of Ki'Ipueskntatives, 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


TAGS. 


m VllKSSMK^T, — (contimicd) : 










nf (,»iiaker.s 17AS— 


5 : 3! 12 


1759 


5 


491 


IMrK()Vi:i) Lands: 










cattle provontod from fcediiifj (hi 




1760 


fi 


81 


invoice of . 




1761 


6 


122 


IN Pi:urrcTiiAM Rei Memouiam: 










alVidavits 


. 


1766 


7 


66 


INCESTL'OUIS Mahiuages {see Mm-riagcs) . 










INCOME: 










upon trade assessed .... 1727 — 


2: 75 


1728 


2 


140 


tax from pedlers, etc. {see next). 










INCOMERS : 










to ))av per cent on trade under oath 


. 


1721 


1 


2S4 


INCOKPoilATIONS (Tow.NS) : 










Atkinson. Pembroke. 










Brentwood. Pierinont. 










Concord. Poplin. 










Deertield. Runifonl. 










Freetown. Rye. 










Kensington. Seabrook. 










Leo. Somersworth. 








Madbury. Stevenstown 


. 








Nortliwood. Surry. 










{Sec under several names.) 










INDEPENDENT Comi'akies : 










of New Castle and Rv(> .... 


. 


1757 


5 


257 


INDEX: 










of i)a))ers in recorder's office to be prepared 


. 


1742 


2 


652 


INDIAN C'()i{N {see also Corn) : 










tax rate . . 1762—4:251 1764— 


4 : 445 


1755 


4 


848 


1756 5 : 136 1767— 


5:277 


1758 


5 


385 


1758— 5 : 388 1759— 


6: 2 


1760 


6 


104 


1761— 6:213 1762— 


6:265 


1763 


6 


338 


1764— 6:396 1765— 


7: 28 


1766 


7 


84 


INDIAN Meal: 










for soldiers 1746 — 


3:416 


1756 


5 


117 


INDIANS {see also Anesaguntacook, Cape Cod, Caj)c 


Sable, 








Christo, Detroit, Enemies, French, Frontiers, Hannoc/c, 








JIulland, llnnling. Interviews, Jolmson, Norrid;, 


leicock. 








(hnmcneway, Porrcsinc, ,^ava;/es, St. John's, Wcncirrc7i- 








ock. West River, and Wiwarna) : 










hostilities, etc. . 1711—1: 1 1711— 


1: 6 


17 IS 


1 


225 


1718 1:229 1722 


1 : 346 


1722 


1 


347 


1723— 1:387 172:^— 


1 :38H 


1723 


1 


391 


1724— 2: 2 1730— 


2:310 


1730 


2 


325 


173;^— 2:383 1734— 


2 : 404 


1734 


2 


409 


1715 3:1. -13 1745— 


3 : 26S 


1746 


3 


324 


1716 3:333 1746 


3 : Q.S4 


1746 


3 


385 


1716— 3:387 1747— 


3 : 4.S1 


1747 


3 


482 


1747— 3:485 1747— 


3 : 501 


1747 


3 


511 


17I7_ 3:513 1747— 


3:514 


1747 


4 


14 


17 I7_ 4 : 30 1747— 


4: 34 


1748 


4 


7.S 


1748— 4: 92 1755— 


4 : 566 


1755 


5 


5 


17. -.5— 5: 6 1755— 


5: 10 


1756 


5 


81 


treaties, presents, interviews, etc. 17U — 


1 : 11 


1713 


1 


63 


17I4_ 1: .S5 1717— 


1 : 20.S 


1717 


1 


2(»9 


1724— 1:41.S 1725— 


2: 21 


1725 


2 


23 


1726 2: 28 1726— 


2: 37 


1726 


2 


39 


1726— 2: 41 1726— 


2: 46 


1727 


2 


84 


1727— 2: 85 1727— 


2: .H6 


1727 


2 


HH 


1727— 2 : 89 1730— 


2:313 


1745 


3 


245 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



175 





TEAR, 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


mDIANS, — (continued) : 








treaties, jjreseuts, interviews, etc. 










1745— 3:259 1745— 


3 : 265 


1745 


3 


289 


1746— 3 : 360 1747— 


3 : 507 


1749 


4 


170 


1754_ 4 : 372 1754— 4 : 373 


1754 


4 


394 


1754— 4 : 420 1754— 


4 : 452 


1754 


4 


456 


1754— 4:457 1754— 


4:464 


1764 


6 


385 


1772— 8:121 1772— 


8:122 


1772 


8 


129 


Colianawagus or French Moliocks (sec also Mohawk) 








nil- 


1: 11 


1764 


6 


385 


Eastern 


, . 


1717 




208 


1717— 1:209 1721— 


1:296 


1721 




297 


1722— 1:328 1722— 


1 : 329 


1722 


1 


332 


1722— 1 : 334 1722— 


1 : 336 


1722 




340 


1722— 1:341 1722— 


1:342 


1722 




349 


1723 1 : 373 1723 


1 : 376 


1723 




380 


1723— 1:384 1728— 


2:127 


1728 


2 


128 


1728— 2 : 130 1754— 


4:452 


1754 


4 


464 


Five Nations (see also Six Nations) 


, , 


1764 


6 


385 


Penobscot 1727— 


2: 84 


1727 


2 


85 


1745— 


3:266 


1755 


5 


12 


St. Francis 


• 


1745 


3 


266 


1754— 


4:482 


1755 


4 


524 


1772— 8 : 121 1772— 


8:122 


1772 


8 


129 


Soutliern ....... 


, , 


1764 


6 


385 


Western 


, 


1758 


6 


454 


ti'ade witli (see also Truck) . . 1714 — 


1: 75 


1721 


1 


296 


1721— 1:297 1728— 


2:127 


1728 


2 


128 


1728 2 : 130 1742 


3: 45 


1744 


3 


77 


1744 3: 80 1744— 


3: 96 


1758 


5 


454 


captives taken by . . . . 1747 — 


3:502 


1747 


3 


503 


1754— 4 : 482 1755 


4:489 


1761 


6 


187 


hostages 


, 


1722 


1 


317 


slaves, not to be imported 


, , 


1714 


1 


83 


slaves, assessed .... 1727 — 


2: 75 


1728 


2 


136 


slaves, ratable polls of (see also Slaves) ': 










1753— 


4:290 


1761 


6 


122 


cai)tive, no satisfaction to be made for . 


, 


1729 


2 


163 


old, returned to friends .... 


, , 


1744 


3 


100 


supposed to have been killed . 


. . 


1745 


3 


199 


killed at Pennecook .... 


• • 


1747 


4 


17 


two, missing- 1754 — 


4:395 


1754 


4 


400 


two, murdered .... 1754 — 


4 : 432 


1754 


4 


433 


injiu'ies said to Ije done to . . . 


• • 


1754 


4 


373 


kept in goal 


, 


1757 


5 


284 


strong drink not to l)e sold to . 


, 


1742 


3 


45 


tribes [or nations] instructed in religion 


, 


1762 


6 


278 


1762— 6:284 1762— 


6 : 285 


1763 


6 


321 


INDIGENT Families: 










of soldiers, under Col. Nathaniel Meserve 


, 


1757 


5 


284 


INFECTIOUS Disorders: 










to prevent 


, 


1774 


8 


165 


INFECTIOUS Distemper (see also Small Pox) : 










spread of, to prevent . . . 1748— 


4: 95 


1748 


4 


99 


INFERIOR CoLKT [OF Co^imoK Pleas] : 










regulated . 1716— 1 : 188 1726— 


2: 47 


1728 


2 


111 


1730— 2 : 327 1732— 


2:372 


1734 


2 


418 


1747— 3:511 1752— 


4:240 


1753 


4 


351 


1755— 4:505 1755— 


4:511 


1755 


5 


23 


1760 6: 65 1765 


6 : 467 


1767 


7 


152 


1767— 7 : 154 1767— 


7:158 


1769 


7 


311 



176 



Index to Journals of House of Rkphesentatives, 



1742— 2:G50 



1721 — 
1753 — 



281 
304 



INGRAIIAM, Mu. : 

IH'tilinll ..... 

INHAHITANTS (see also Toiviis) : 
town, ailmission of . 
til liave proferencc in land grants 

i^illL'.M AN .SlCVKKITIE.S : 

to restrain .... 

IXJrKIKS: 

said to be done to Indians 
IN LI ST (see Enlist). 
INXIIOLDKRS {see also Taverncrs) : 
to ]):iy excise .... 
not ire posted at . . . 

INUtTLATIUN {sec also Small-pox) : 
pest-house for .... 
INSANE (sre Distracted). 
INSOLVENT Estates: 

distribution of . 
INSPECTION {see also Admeasurement, Assize, Children, 
ClatKjiiKj, and Receivers) : 
of bread [and biscuit] 

1764— 6:423 

1769— 

of bricks . . 1760 — 

of casks . . 1748 — 

1748— 

1752— 

of fisli .... 

of lumber {see also Boards) 

1760— 
of pork 



1718— 1:220 



4: 
6: 



306 
: 61 
; 63 
; 91 

258 



409 
71 



1766— 
1769— 
1760— 
1748— 
1748— 
1760— 
1721— 

1754— 
1760— 



61 
316 
71 
64 
99 
71 
305 

420 

88 



of shingles 



1728— 2:128 



1728— 
1728— 



112 
130 



4: 
5 
5; 
5: 



279 
308 
(;o2 

6;iO 

214 



129 
46 
66 

400 



1711— 
1728— 
1730— 
1733— 
1742— 
1746— 
1747— 
1754— 
1755— 
1756— 
1758— 



1: 9 
2:116 
2:315 
2 : 379 
2:(1,^)() 
3:341 
449 
370 
49 
67 
401 



3: 
4: 
5 : 
5 : 
5: 



INSTRUCTIONS {sec also A<jcnts, Committee to wait on 
(jovernor. King, and Lords Justices) 
of king to governor 

1721— 
1730— 
1730— 
1742— 
1745— 

1746— 3:395 
1749— 
1755— 
1756— 
1758— 
from the ministry [British] 
INSULT {see also Affrunt) : 

to the government, etc. . 
INTELL1(;ENCE {see also Deposition) : 
of U;ii>taiM IJennet . 
tVom Governor Shirley 
INTEMl'ERANCE: 

to suppress .... 
INTEREST: 

on public money, etc. 

1721— 1:288 
172;i— 1:395 
1726— 2: 49 
1729— 2 : 162 



1734— 2:421 



1721— 
1721— 
1725— 
1726— 
1729— 



275 

308 

20 

66 

170 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1712 


2 


17 IS 


1 


1752 


4 


1718 


1 


1754 


4 


1721 


1 


1770 


8 


1761 


6 


1745 


3 


1763 


6 


1766 


7 


1770 


8 


1760 


6 


1748 


4 


1752 


4 


1760 


6 


1723 


1 


1753 


4 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1743 


3 


1728 


2 


1743 


3 


1711 


1 


1728 


2 


1730 


2 


1742 


2 


1743 


3 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 


1755 


5 


1755 


5 


1756 


5 


1758 


5 


1769 


7 


1736 


2 


1747 


3 


' 1747 


4 


171S 


1 : 


1721 


1 


1723 


1 


1726 


2 


1729 


2 


1732 


2 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



177 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


INTEREST, — {continued) : 










on public money, etc. 










1732— 2:371 


1732 2 : 372 


1733 


2 


384 


1733 2 : 388 


1734— 2:407 


1734 


2 


411 


1734— 2:418 


1734— 2:426 


1735 


2 


443 


1737— 2 : 478 


1737— 2:479 


1737 


2 


488 


1737— 2 : 489 


1740— 2:562 


1743 


3 


60 


1744— 3: 80 


1744 3: 95 


1744 


3 


101 


1745— 3 : 163 


1745— 3:164 


1745 


3 


178 


1745— 3 : 244 


1745 3 : 247 


1745 


3 


292 


1745— 3:297 


1746 3 : 318 


1746 


3 


319 


1746 3 : 327 


1746 3 : 329 


1746 


3 


338 


1746— 3:412 


1746— 3:417 


1746 


3 


428 


1746— 3:439 


1747— 3:477 


1747 


3 


487 


1747— 4: 39 


1747— 4: 59 


1748 


4 


79 


1748 4: 88 


1749— 4 : 126 


1752 


4 


231 


1752— 4 : 243 


1752— 4:246 


1752 


4 


262 


1752— 4 : 272 


1752— 4 : 274 


1752 


4 


277 


1753— 4 : 319 


1753 4 : 320 


1753 


4 


330 


1754— 4 : 402 


1754— 4:403 


1754 


4 


409 


1754_ 4 : 428 


1754 4 : 456 


1754 


4 


466 


1754— 4 : 482 


1754— 4:483 


1755 


4 


503 


1755— 4:524 


1755— 4 : 544 


1755 


4 


572 


1755— 5 : 1 


1755 o: 11 


1755 


5 


19 


1755 5: 26 


1755— 5: 31 


1755 


5 


32 


1755— 5 : 35 


1756— 5 : 69 


1756 


5 


185 


1757— 5 : 306 


1758— 5 : 365 


1758 


5 


412 


1758 5 : 413 


1758— 5 : 449 


1759 


5 


458 


1759 6 : 6 


1760—6: 53 


1760 


6 


54 


lawful, regulated 


. 1764— 6:419 


1764 


6 


424 


exhorbitant, forbidden {see also Act against, and 








Usury) 


. 1764— 6:415 


1765 


6 


452 


1765— 7: 4 


1765— 7 : 6 


1765 


7 


11 


1765— 7 : 12 


1765— 7 : 13 


1765 


7 


24 


1765— 7: 25 


1765 7: 26 


1765 


7 


29 


INTERVIEWS (see also hidians and Treaties) : 








with Eastern Indians 


. 1754— 4 : 452 


1754 


4 


464 


with Six Nations 


. 1754— 4:394 


1754 


4 


395 


1755— 4 : 402 


1754— 4 : 410 


1754 


4 


412 


1754 4 : 413 


1754— 4:416 


1754 


4 


421 


1754— 4:427 


1754— 4:453 


1754 


4 


455 


1754 4 : 457 


1754 4 : 458 


1754 


4 


464 


INTESTATE Estates: 










settlement, etc., of . 


• ■ • • 


1745 


3 


73 




1745 3 : 176 


1745 


3 


178 


1745— 3 : 179 


1745— 3 : 207 


1745 


3 


247 


1774— 8 : 170 


1774— 8:193 


1774 


8 


209 


INVENTORIES (.see aUo Froiiortioning, 


Valuation, names 








of things valued — Cattle, Colts, Coivs, 


Horses, Houses, 








Income, Mares, Oxen, Sheep, Slav 


3S, Swine — and 








names of towns) : 










and invoices .... 


. 1727— 2 : 76 


1729 


2 


172 


1742— 2 : 651 


1742— 2 : 652 


1753 


4 


290 


1753 4 : 293 


1753 4 : 328 


1753 


4 


*328 


1760— 6 : 85 


1760— 6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1761— 6:200 


1763— 6:321 


1767 


7 


117 


1767— 7 : 161 


1768— 7:211 


1768 


7 


212 


1768— 7 : 213 


1768— 7 : 245 


1773 


8 


136 


1773 8:138 


1773— 8:147 


1773 


8 


148 


1773— 8 : 149 


1773 8:152 


1773 


8 


154 


1774— 8 : 165 


1774— 8:211 


1774 


8 


213 



23 



178 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


irSWini, Mass. (see also New Jpsivich) : 












coiitVrt'iice at 


1721 — 


1 : 297 


1721 


1 


298 




1721— 


1:302 


1722 


1 


312 


court at 






1732 


2 


367 


mON: 












works, ciK'onnijj^cd 1719 — 1 : 2r)2 


1719— 


1 : 233 


1720 


1 


257 


iiiiiu; or tirt', iiol to be triiiisiiortiHl on 


. of province . 


1719 


1 


236 


bar, receivable for tax 


. 


. 


1737 


2 


487 


bar, tax rate . 1752—4:201 


1754— 


4:445 


1755 


4 


548 


1756— 5:l:w; 


1757— 


5:277 


1758 


5 


385 


1758— o:3S.S 


1759— 


6: 2 


1760 


6 


104 


1761— 6 : 213 


17(i2— 


6 : 265 


1763 


6 


338 


176-l_ 7 : 3% 


1765— 


7: 28 


1766 


7 


84 


ISLE OK Saiu.es (sec Sable Tdand). 












ISLES OK Shoals {see Shoals). 












ISL1NGT( )N Ckeek : 












in Portsmouth ..... 


• 


• 


1722 


1 


323 


JACOLVN, George, Jk. : 












petition 


1767— 


7:151 


1768 


7 


192 


JACKSON, Clement : 












claim, etc. . 1742— 2 : 647 


1746— 


3 : 330 


1756 


6 


191 


JACKSON, Daniel: 












petition 


1744— 


3: 99 


1745 


3 


249 


leirs of, house lot, entail docked 


, 


, , 


1745 


3 


277 


JACKSON, Ebenezek: 












widow of, x'tition .... 


1746— 


3:427 


1747 


3 


484 


JACKSON, Dk. Hall: 












account 


1771— 


8: 86 


1772 


8 


117 




1772— 


8:125 


1773 


8 


154 


JACKSON, Joseph : 












allowed for his negro's service 


, 


, 


1726 


2 


64 


petition 


1761— 


6 : 140 


1761 


6 


146 


soldier, had small-pox 


. 


, 


1762 


6 


296 


JACKSON, Joshua : 












volunteer 


, 


, 


1746 


3 


404 


JACOBS, Daniel : 












deserter 


, 


, 


1722 


1 


315 


,JAFFKLY, Cypkian : 












claim 


. 




1726 


2 


56 


plan by ..... . 


, 




1737 


2 


505 


warrant against 1745 — 3 : 155 


1745 


3 : 159 


1745 


3 


160 


JAFFKF.Y, (JroifOE [" Jekkkkv, Gakkkey, Jekkkys"] : 








mcaiber, councilor, treasurer, etc. . 


1711 — 


1: 1 


1711 




3 


1711— 1: 8 


1711 — 


1: 23 


1711 




24 


1711— 1: 25 


1711— 


1: 27 


1711 




28 


1711— 1: 29 


1711— 


1: 31 


1711 




32 


1711— 1: 33 


1711 — 


1: 34 


1712 




35 


1712— 1: 36 


1712— 


1: 37 


1712 




39 


1712- 1: 41 


1712— 


1: 42 


1712 




43 


1712- 1: 44 


1712— 


1: 46 


1712 




47 


1712— 1: 48 


1712— 


1: 49 


1712 




50 


1712— 1: 51 


1712— 


1: 52 


1712 




54 


1712— 1: 55 


1712— 


1: 56 


1712 




57 


1713- 1 : 58 


1713— 


1: 59 


1713 




61 


17i:5— 1: 62 


171«— 


1: 63 


1713 




64 


1713— 1 : 65 


1713— 


1: 66 


1713 




67 


171.3— 1: 68 


1713— 


1: 69 


1713 




70 


1713— 1: 71 


1713 


1: 72 


1714 




75 


1714— 1: 79 


1714— 


1: 80 


1714 




81 


1714— 1: 82 


1714— 


1: 83 


1714 




85 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



179 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


JAFFREY, George, — (continued) : 










member 


councilor, treasurer, etc. 












1714— 1: 86 


1714 1: 87 


1714 




89 




1714— 1: 90 


1714— 1: 91 


1714 




92 




1714— 1: 93 


1714— 1: 94 


1714 




95 




1715— 1: 97 


1715— 1: 99 


1715 




100 




1715 1 : 104 


1715— 1:105 


1715 




106 




1715— 1 : 107 


1715 1 : 108 


1715 




109 




1715— 1:115 


1715 1:117 


1715 




124 




1715— 1 : 132 


1715— 1 : 133 


1715 




134 




1715— 1 : 135 


1715— 1 : 137 


1715 




138 




1716— 1 : 140 


1716— 1 : 141 


1716 




142 




1716— 1 : 143 


1716— 1 : 144 


1716 




146 




1716— 1:147 


1716— 1 : 148 


1716 




151 




1716 1:157 


1716 1:158 


1716 




161 




1716— 1:162 


1716— 1:163 


1716 




164 




1716 1 : 167 


1716— 1 : 168 


1716 




169 




1716— 1:170 


1716— 1 : 172 


1716 




173 




1716— 1 : 174 


1716— 1 : 177 


1716 




178 


' 


1716— 1 : 179 


1716 1 : 180 


1716 




182 




1716— 1 : 183 


1716— 1 : 184 


1716 




185 




1716— 1 : 186 


1716— 1:187 


1716 




188 




1716— 1:189 


1717— 1:200 


1717 




209 




1719— 1:235 


1720 1 : 248 


1720 




249 




1720 1 : 261 


1721— 1:263 


1721 




264 




1721— 1:267 


1721— 1:275 


1721 




285 




1721— 1:290 


1721— 1:307 


1722 




311 




1722— 1:315 


1722— 1:319 


1722 




326 




1722— 1:338 


1722— 1:343 


1722 




345 




1722— 1:347 


1722— 1:358 


1722 




360 




1722— 1:361 


1722— 1:364 


1722 




372 




1723— 1:377 


1723— 1:378 


1723 




385 




1723— 1:386 


1723 1 : 391 


1723 




393 




1723— 1 : 401 


1723— 1:405 


1723 




407 




1723— 1:410 


1723— 1:412 


1724 




414 




1724 1 : 416 


1724— 1:417 


1724 




421 




1724— 1:424 


1724— 1:425 


1724 




426 




1724— 1:427 


1724— 1:433 


1724 


2 


5 




1724— 2 : 6 


1724— 2: 8 


1724 


2 


9 




1724 - 2 : 11 


1725— 2: 19 


1725 


2 


23 




1725— 2: 26 


1725— 2: 29 


1726 


2 


32 




1726— 2 : 35 


1726— 2 : 37 


1726 


2 


38 




1720— 2: 45 


1726 2: 46 


1726 


2 


53 




1726— 2: 64 


1726 2: 64 


1727 


2 


68 




1727— 2: 69 


1727— 2 : 70 


1727 


2 


71 




1727— 2: 73 


1727— 2 : 77 


1727 


2 


78 




1727— 2 : 79 


1727— 2: 80 


1727 


2 


81 




1727— 2 : 83 


1727— 2 : 85 


1727 


2 


86 




1727— 2: 88 


1727— 2: 89 


1727 


2 


97 




1727— 2: 99 


1727— 2 : 100 


1727 


2 


106 




1727— 2 : 107 


1728 2:110 


1728 


2 


111 




1728— 2 : 115 


1728— 2:121 


1728 


2 


122 




1728 2 : 129 


1728 2 : 132 


1728 


2 


133 




1728— 2 : 135 


1728— 2 : 138 


1729 


2 


144 




1729— 2 : 150 


1729— 2:152 


1729 


2 


153 




1729— 2 : 156 


1729— 2 : 157 


1729 


2 


161 




1729— 2 : 163 


1729— 2:164 


1729 


2 


167 




1729— 2 : 168 


1730— 2:317 


1730 


2 


318 




1731— 2 : 335 


1731— 2 : 359 


1731 


2 


361 




1732— 2 : 373 


1734— 2 : 398 


1734 


2 


402 




1734— 2:422 


1735— 2 : 445 


1737 


2 


478 



180 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



JAFFREY, George, — {coyitimted) : 
member, cuuiicilor, tieiifiurer. 



2: 
2: 
2: 
2: 
2: 
3: 
3: 
3: 
3: 
3: 
3: 
3: 
3: 
3: 
4: 
4: 
4: 
4: 
: 
5: 
G: 
6: 
7: 
7 : 
7: 
7: 
7 : 
7 : 
7 : 
7: 
7 : 
7: 
7 : 
8: 
8: 
8: 
8: 
8: 
8: 

JAFFREY, George, Jk. : 

account .... 

JAFFREY, James ["Jeffries, 
Jeffeuuv, Jkffry"] : 
clerk of the house, etc. 



1737— 

1737— 

1738— 

1740— 

1742— 

1742— 

1744— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1746— 

1746— 

1747— 

1748— 

1753— 

1753— 

1755 — 

1756— 

1757— 

1761— 

1764— 

1766— 

1766— 

1766— 

1767— 

1768— 

1768— 

1768— 

1769— 

1769— 

1770— 

1770— 

1770— 

1770— 

1771— 

1771— 

1772— 

177 



1720— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
172:3— 
1723— 
1723— 
172.'}— 
172.3— 



etc. 

480 
492 
636 
568 
646 
40 
92 
154 
162 
229 
316 
341 
363 
524 
93 
317 
321 
500 
134 
276 
1.53 
408 
75 
101 
109 
149 
204 
239 
267 
281 
314 
337 
343 
7 

14 

63 

94 

125 

193 



1737— 

173.S— 

171(t— 

1712— 

1742— 

1742— 

1744— 

1745— 

174.'i— 

1745— 

1746— 

1746— 

1746— 

1747— 

1752— 

1753— 

1753— 

1755— 

1756— 

1758— 

1762— 

176.5— 

1766— 

1766— 

1767— 

1767— 

1768— 

1768— 

1768— 

1769— 

1769— 

1770— 

1770— 

1770— 

1770— 

1771— 

1771— 

1772— 

1774— 



483 
533 
.549 
640 
653 

44 

99 

1591 
163 
283 
312 
348 
465 

33 
253 
319 
323 

37 
147 
382 
294 
448 

97 

102 

:117 

:150 

:212 

255 

269 

285 

316 

:340 

344 

8 

41 

67 
109 
126 
196 



YEAK. 



Jaffuve, Jeffkvs, 



1 : 253 



:312 
:316 
: 320 
: .330 
:338 
: 341 
: 365 
: 371 
:377 
: 382 
: 3.S5 
:388 
:391 



17LS— 

1721— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722— 

1722 

1722 

1722 

1728- 

172;3- 

1723- 

1723- 

172: 

172;: 



1 :226 



1:303 
1:313 
1:317 
1 : 324 
1 : :{32 

— 1 : 339 

— 1:354 



— 1 



368 
1 : :?72 
1:378 
1 : 383 
1 : 386 
1 : .389 
1 : .392 



17:37 

1738 

1740 

1742 

1742 

1744 

1745 

1745 

1745 

1745 

1746 

1746 

1747 

1748 

1753 

1753 

1753 

1756 

1757 

1759 

1764 

1765 

1766 

1766 

1767 

1768 

1768 

1768 

1768 

1769 

1769 

1770 

1770 

1770 

1771 

1771 

1771 

1774 

1774 

1745 



1716 
1718 
1721 
1722 
1722 
1722 
1722 
1722 
1722 
1722 
1723 
1723 
1723 
1723 
1723 
1723 



VOL. 



2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
6 
5 
5 
6 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 



PAGE. 



486 

534 

563 

641 

37 

90 

153 

160 

180 

284 

336 

356 

516 

89 

308 

320 

364 

91 

275 

492 

400 

2 

99 

106 

119 

201 

237 

266 

271 

313 

330 

342 

345 

13 

62 

83 

110 

188 

207 

245 



143 
230 
305 
315 
318 
325 
337 
340 
360 
370 
375 
380 
384 
3H7 
390 
393 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



181 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


JAFFREY, James, — (continued) : 










clerk of the house, etc. 










1723— 1:394 


1723 1 : 395 


1723 




398 


1723— 1:400 


1723— 1:401 


1723 




402 


1723 1 : 403 


1723— 1:404 


1723 




405 


1723 1 : 40G 


1723 1 : 407 


1723 




408 


1723— 1:409 


1723- 1:410 


1723 




411 


1723— 1:412 


1724 1 : 414 


1724 




415 


1724— 1:418 


1724— 1:421 


1721: 




422 


1724— 1 : 423 


1724— 1:425 


1724 




426 


1724— 1:427 


1724— 1:429 


1724 




430 


1724— 2: 1 


1724— 2: 2 


1724 


2 


3 


1724— 2: 5 


1724— 2: 6 


1724 


2 


7 


1724— 2: 9 


1724— 2 : 10 


1724 


2 


11 


1724— 2: 12 


1724— 2: 12* 


1725 


2 


tl2 


1725— 2: 13 


1725 2: 14 


1725 


2 


15 


1725— 2: 16 


1725 2: 17 


1725 


2 


18 


1725— 2: 19 


1725 2: 20 


1725 


2 


21 


1725 2: 23 


1725— 2: 24 


1725 


2 


25 


1725 2: 26 


1725 2: 27 


1726 


2 


30 


1726— 2: 31 


1726 2: 32 


1726 


2 


33 


1726— 2: 34 


1726 2: 35 


1726 


2 


36 


1726 2: 37 


1726 2: 38 


1726 


2 


39 


1726— 2: 40 


1726— 2: 41 


1726 


2 


42 


1726- 2: 43 


1726 2: 44 


1726 


2 


45 


1726 2: 46 


1726— 2: 47 


1726 


2 


48 


1726— 2: 49 


1726 2: 51 


1726 


2 


53 


1726 2: 64 


1726— 2: 56 


1726 


2 


57 


1726 2: 60 


1722— 2 : 61 


1726 


2 


62 


1726 2: 64 


1726— 2: 65 


1726 


2 


66 


1727— 2: 68 


1727— 2: 69 


1727 


2 


70 


1727— 2: 71 


1727— 2: 72 


1727 


2 


73 


1727— 2: 74 


1727— 2: 75 


1727 


2 


76 


1727— 2: 77 


1727— 2: 78 


1727 


2 


79 


1727— 2: 80 


1727— 2: 81 


1727 


2 


82 


1727— 2: 83 


1727— 2: 84 


1727 


2 


85 


1727— 2 : 86 


1727— 2 : 87 


1727 


2 


88 


1727— 2: 89 


1727— 2: 92 


1727 


2 


93 


1727— 2: 96 


1727— 2: 97 


1727 


2 


98 


1727— 2: 99 


1727— 2:101 


1727 


2 


102 


1727— 2 : 103 


1727— 2 : 104 


1727 


2 


105 


1727— 2 : 106 


1727— 2 : 107 


1727 


2 


108 


1728— 2:112 


1728— 2 : 115 


1728 


2 


118 


1728— 2:119 


1728 2 : 120 


1728 


2 


121 


1728 2 : 123 


1728 2 : 126 


1728 


2 


127 


1728 2 : 128 


1728— 2 : 129 


1728 


2 


130 


1728 2 : 131 


1728 2 : 132 


1728 


2 


134 


1728— 2 : 135 


1728— 2 : 136 


1728 


2 


137 


1728 2 : 138 


1728 2 : 140 


1728 


2 


141 


1728 2 : 142 


1729— 2 : 144 


1729 


2 


146 


1729— 2:147 


1729— 2 : 148 


1729 


2 


149 


1729— 2 : 150 


1729— 2 : 151 


1729 


2 


152 


1729— 2 : 153 


1729— 2 : 154 


1729 


2 


155 


1729— 2 : 156 


1729— 2 : 157 


1729 


2 


158 


1729— 2 : 159 


1729— 2 : 160 


1729 


2 


161 


1729— 2 : 162 


1729— 2:163 


1729 


2 


164 


1729— 2 : 166 


1729- 2:167 


1729 


2 


168 


1729— 2 : 170 


1729— 2:171 


1729 


2 


172 


1730 2 : 174 


1730— 2 : 327 


1730 


2 


332 


1732— 2:370 


1732— 2 : 377 


1734 


2 


398 


1734— 2 : 423 


1735— 2:448 


1736 


2 


457 



182 Index to Jouunai-s of IIuusk of IiKi'KESENTATivi;s, 



YEAK. VOL. PAGE 



JAFI'-RKY, .Ia.mks, — {,■,,,/, riuai) 
clerk of the liouse, etc. 

1730— 
1737— 
1737— 
1737— 
1739— 
1740— 
1742— 
1742— 
1742— 
1742— 
1742— 
1743— 
1744— 



504 
514 
541 
5(J4 
Gil 
G2.S 
i;:U) 

G41 

652 

69 

92 



JAILS (fire Pn'sn)is). 

JAMKSON, William, and otiikrs: 

potition ..... 
JANVKKKKX, George: 

l)etitioner .... 

.JA(2UIT1I, Ebenezek : 

l)t'tition ..... 
JIOFFKV, Jf.I'FKEY, etc. {see Jaffrcy) 
JKFFUIES, Cai'TAIN: 

imister-roll .... 
JEN K INS, Benjamin : 

petition . 



1755 — 
1760— 

JENKINS. William: 
V. 'riioma.s Davis 
petition .... 

JENKS, JosEi'ii: 

j^overnor of Riiode Island 

JENNESS, FUANCIS: 

l)otition .... 

JENNESS, Hezekiaii : 

claim .... 

JENNESS, Joshua : 

, deserter .... 

JENNESS. KiciiAiM): 

nieniber, excise farmer, e!i 
172(;— 
1726— 
1727— 
1727— 
172«— 
1728— 
1728— 
1728— 
1729— 
1729— 
1730— 
1734— 
1735 — 
173K— 
1742— 
1742— 
1743— 
1744— 
1745— 
1745— 



57 

77 



51 
59 
74 
94 
110 
2:121 
2:131 
143 
155 
169 
307 
397 
434 
537 
610 
38 
61 
90 
184 
189 



17;'.6_ 

17;;7— 

1737— 
17.17- 
1710— 
1740— 
1742— 
1742— 
1712— 
1742— 
1742— 

I7i;i— 

1744— 



1726- 
1726— 
1727— 
1727— 
172.S— 
172.S— 
1728— 
1728— 
1729— 
17.30— 
1731— 
1734— 
1736— 
1739— 
1742«- 
1742— 
1743— 
1744— 
174.5— 
1745— 



459 

481 

505 

521 

54-1 

566 

624 

629 

638 

644 

38 

71 

94 



1759— 5:460 
1761— 6:123 



1764— 6:422 



52 

63 

78 

100 

113 

125 

134 

145 

164 

173 

335 

422 

457 

542 

629 

40 

60 

104 

185 

196 



17:;6 
1737 
1737 
1737 
1740 
1740 
1742 
1742 
1742 
1742 
1743 
1743 
1745 



1747 
1765 
1773 

1712 

1760 
1761 

1764 
1765 

17.30 

1764 

1755 

1761 

1726 
1726 
1727 
1727 
1727 
1728 
1728 
1728 
1729 
1729 
1730 
1732 
1736 
1737 
1740 
1742 
1743 
1744 
1745 
1745 
1745 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 



3 
7 

8 



6 
6 

6 

7 

2 
6 
4 



2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



460 
492 
511 
52.S 
548 
567 
627 
63.3 
6.39 
646 
58 
74 
118 



446 

19 

147 



42 

64 
130 

412 

12 

326 
405 
497 

I'.t'.l 

.50 

55 

67 

s7 

105 

117 

12.S 

139 

151 

165 

174 

376 

4.33 

475 

547 

637 

49 

85 

1.53 

187 

203 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711- 


-1775. 




183 




YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


JENNESS, Richard, — (continued) : 










member, excise farmer, etc. 










1745 3:211 


1745— 3 : 214 


1745 


3 


215 


17J5— 3:222 


1745— 3 : 227 


1745 


3 


230 


1745— 3 : 234 


1745— 3:235 


1745 


3 


242 


1745— 3:243 


1745 3 : 244 


1745 


3 


247 


1745 3 : 248 


1745— 3 : 251 


1745 


3 


252 


1745— 3 : 262 


174,5— 3:267 


1745 


3 


276 


1745 3 : 283 


1745 3 : 293 


1745 


3 


298 


1746— 3:309 


1746— 3:310 


1746 


3 


312 


1746— 3:317 


1746— 3:321 


1746 


3 


323 


1746— 3 : 324 


1746- 3:326 


1746 


3 


329 


1746— 3:338 


1746— 3:343 


1746 


3 


355 


1746— 3 : 365 


1746— 3:368 


1746 


3 


392 


1746— 3 : 393 


1746— 3:407 


1746 


3 


421 


1746 3 : 424 


1746— 3 : 428 


1746 


3 


429 


1746 3 : 430 


1746— 3:431 


1746 


3 


432 


1746 3 : 433 


1746— 3:434 


1746 


3 


435 


1747— 3:450 


1747— 3 : 451 


1747 


3 


453 


1747— 3:454 


1747— 3:456 


1747 


3 


460 


1747— 3 : 465 


1747— 3 : 466 


1747 


3 


468 


1747— 3 : 469 


1747— 3 : 481 


1747 


3 


485 


1747— 3 : 486 


1747— 3:491 


1747 


3 


493 


1747— 3 : 509 


1747— 3:523 


1747 


• > 


527 


1747— 3:528 


1747— 4: 2 


1747 


4 


20 


1747— 4: 25 


1747— 4: 32 


1747 


4 


50 


1747— 4 : 59 


1748— 4: 68 


1748 


4 


77 


1748— 4: 89 


1748— 4: 98 


1748 


4 


99 


1749— 4 : 100 


1749— 4:112 


1749 


4 


132 


1749— 4 : 158 


1750— 4: 10 


1751 


4 


9 


1752— 4:216 


1752— 4:252 


1752 


4 


255 


1752— 4 : 256 


1752— 4 : 257 


1752 


4 


262 


1752— 4 : 267 


1752— 4 : 269 


1752 


4 


273 


1752— 4:276 


1752— 4:380 


1753 


4 


281 


1753 4 : 288 


1753— 4 : 297 


1753 


4 


307 


1753— 4:311 


1753— 4 : 326 


1753 


4 


327 


1753 4:345 


1753— 4:384 


1754 


4 


369 


1754— 4 : 397 


1754— 4 : 406 


1754 


4 


409 


1754— 4 : 425 


1754— 4 : 441 


1754 


4 


*442 


1754 4 : 450 


1754— 4:510 


1754 


4 


552 


1755 4:514 


1755— 4:522 


1755 


4 


523 


1755 4 : 544 


1755— 4:558 


1755 


4 


573 


1755 5: 


1755— 5 : 21 


17.55 


5 


41 


1760 6: 63 


1762— 6 : 237 


1762 


6 


242 


1762— 6 : 246 


1762— 6 : 251 


1762 


6 


256 


1762— 6 : 263 * 


1762— 6 : 270 


1762 


6 


272 


1762— 6:273 


1762— 6:276 


1762 


6 


277 


1762— 6 : 278 


1762— 6 : 280 


1762 


6 


294 


1762— 6:303 


1762— 6:304 


1762 


6 


458 


1763— 6 : 324 


1763 6 : 340 


1763 


6 


370 


1763 6:372 


1763— 6 : 373 


1763 


6 


374 


1763 6 : 462 


1764— 6:388 


1764 


6 


393 


1764— 6 : 394 


1764 6 : 397 


1764 


6 


400 


JENNESS, KiciiAHD, 3u: 










member 


• • . 


1763 


6 


335 


1764— 6:419 


1764 6 : 464 


1765 


6 


431 


176.5— 6 : 433 


1765— 6 : 437 


1765 


6 


453 


1765— 7 : 2 


1765 7 : 7 


1765 


7 


9 


1765 7: 16 


1765— 7 : 22 


1765 


7 


23 


1765— 7 : 176 


1766— 7: 54 


1766 


7 


66 


1766— 7 : 67 


1766— 7 : 83 


1766 


7 


85 



184 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



JENNESS. RiciiAKi), 
uieinlter . 



'My, — (co7ili7iued) 



1766— 
17fi6— 
1766— 
1767— 
1767— 
1767— 
1767— 
17()«— 
1768— 
176.H— 
176!)- 
177U— 
1770— 
1770— 
1770— 
1771— 
1771— 
1771— 
1771— 
1772— 
1772— 
1773— 



91 

•16 

103 

lis 

126 

131 

14U 

20'J 

237 

265 

331 

354 

3 

'J 

48 

60 

87 

90 

105 

125 

129 

144 



convicted of forgery, expelled 

JENNESS, Samuel: 

member 

1774— 8 : 196 
1774— 8:210 
JENNESS & Wai.ton: 

acfount 
JERRY'S Point: 

battery, New Castle 
JEWELL, Henky Langestek: 

widow of, allowance 
JEWELL, Joseph : 

member elect . 
JEWETT, Rev. Jedidiaii : 
, letters to . 

JOHNSON, CiiAKEE.s: 

on eomniittiM? . 1773 — 8:141 
JOHNSON, Colonel: 

to fit out Indians for war 

letter from .... 

JOHNSON, Ei.ENEyCEK : 

p.'titioii . . 1756— 5: 84 
JOHNSON. James: 

petition, etc. . 1754 — 4:478 
JOHNSON, John: 

])ctitioii ..... 
JOHNSON, John and Maktha: 

petition ..... 
J( HINSON, Ma.ioh-Genekal : 

r»Mniiri's re-inforcement, etc. . 
JOHNSON, Michael: 

l)etition ..... 
JOHNSON, Mu. : 

claim 

JOHNSON, Ohadiaii : 

petition 



66 
M 
(]t\ 
67 
67 
67 
67 
6S 
68 
6.S 
()9 
770 
70 
70 
70 
71 
71 
71 
71 
72 
73 
73 



— 7 : 92 
7 : ln(» 
7 : Kjs 
7: 119 
7:127 
7 : 13(; 
7 : 1.S2 



210 
243 
350 
352 
359 
7 

17 
59 
62 
88 
102 
8:115 
8:126 
8 : 134 
8:152 



73— 8 : 147 



/4- 
74- 
75- 



8 : 184 
8 : 203 
8:218 



1745— 3: 116 

177;;— S: 150 

1747— 3:482 

175(i— 5 : 89 
1754— 4:481 



1755 — 5 : 45 



1761— 6:142 



1 

YKAR. 

! 1766 


VOL. 


7 


1766 


7 


1766 


7 


1767 


7 


1767 


7 


1767 


7 


1 1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1769 


7 


1770 


7 


1770 


8 


1770 


8 


1770 


8 


1771 


8 


1771 


8 


1771 


8 


1771 


8 


1772 


■ 8 


1772 


8 


1773 


8 


1773 


8 


1773 


8 


1773 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1775 


8 


1742 


3 


1746 


3 


1759 


6 


1746 


3 


1754 


4 


1771 


8 


1747 


3 


1747 


4 


1755 


4 


1756 


5 


! 17.57 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1755 


5 


1758 


5 


1743 


3 


1761 


6 



PAUE. 



93 
101 
178 
121 
133 
148 
187 
236 
260 
312 
347 

Pl 

8 

40 

p2 

64 

89 

103 

124 

128 

136 

153 

146 

148 

187 
209 
224 

89 
441 

24 

331 

478 

208 

481 

34 

650 

92 
302 
111 
168 

55 
373 

66 
147 



Province of ISTeav Hampshire, 1711- 


-1775. 




185 




TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


JOHNSON, riiiLLiP : 










invalid volunteer 


. 1746 3:403 


1746 


3 


405 


muster-roll, etc. 


• > > • 


1758 


5 


407 


1758 5 : 426 


1760— 6: 71 


1760 


6 


73 


1761— 6 : 143 


1761— 6 : 149 


1761 


6 


179 


1761— 6 : 190 


1761— 6:192 


1761 


6 


210 


JOHNSON, Susannah: 










petition . . 1760— 6: 66 


1760— 6 : 68 


1760 


6 


69 


JOHNSON, Thomas: 










V. Waldron, Tho's Wk. . 


. 


1761 


6 


204 


JOHNSON, William : 










in service under Captain Clement 


• ■ < . 


1753 


4 


328 


JOHNSON, SiK William: 










letter of 


. 1762— 6 : 277 


1762 


6 


278 


JOINT Tenancy: 










partition of lands in case of 


• a • • 


1763 


6 


322 


JOIST : 










tax rate . . 1752— 4 : 251 


1754— 4 : 445 


1755 


4 


548 


1756— 5 : 136 


1757— 5 : 277 


1758 


5 


385 


1758— 5 : 388 


1759— 6: 2 


1760 


6 


105 


1761— 6 : 213 


1762— 6 : 265 


1763 


6 


338 


1764— 6:396 


1765— 7 : 29 


1766 


7 


85 


JONES, Ann and Abigail: 










to appear , . . . 


• • • • 


1760 


6 


103 


JONES, Benjamin: 










petition 


. 1760— 6 : 103 


1760 


6 


109 


JONES, Daniel: 










petition, etc. . 1766— 7 : 90 


1768 7:188 


1771 


8 


85 


JONES, John: 










widow of, relieved . 


« • • • 


1760 


6 


110 


imder Captain Tilton 


• • • 


1763 


6 


331 


JONES, Joseph: 










deed of, to Nathaniel Thompson, voided 










1755 5: 60 


1755 


5 


61 


JONES, Joseph, and others : 










exceptions of . 


• • • • 


1729 


2 


166 


JONES, Stephen: 










member . . 1711 — 1: 1 


1711— 1: 8 


1711 




26 


1711— 1: 34 


1712— 1: 35 


1712 




37 


1712— 1: 39 


1712— 1: 41 


1712 




42 


1712— 1: 43 


1712— 1: 44 


1712 




46 


1712— 1: 51 


1712— 1 : 52 


1712 




54 


1712— 1: 55 


1712— 1: 57 


1713 




62 


1713 1: 63 


1713— 1: 64 


1713 




65 


1713 1: 66 


1714— 1: 75 


1714 




79 


1714— 1 : 80 


1714— 1: 82 


1714 




83 


1714— 1: 85 


1714 1: 86 


1714 




87 


1714— 1: 89 


1714— 1: 92 


1714 




93 


1714— 1: 94 


1715— 1 : 97 


1715 




99 


1715 1 : 100 


1715— 1:101 


1715 




102 


1715- 1:104 


1715— 1:106 


1715 




109 


1715— 1: 112 


1715 1 : 113 


1715 




114 


province money burnt in house of. 


re-imbursed 










1732- 2:366 


1732 


9 


368 


JONES, Stephen, Jk. : 










member 


. 1755— 6 : 44 


1755 


5 


46 


1755— 5 : 47 


1755— 5 : 49 


1755 


5 


56 


1755— 5: 58 


1755— 5 : 60 


1755 


5 


288 


1756— 5: 77 


1756— 5: 86 


1756 


5 


87 


1756- 5:101 


1756— 5:106 


1756 


5 


114 


1756— 5 : 135 


1756— 5 : 142 


1756 


5 


147 



24 



186 Index tu Journals of House of Kepresentatives, 



1 


YKAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


JONES, STKriiEN, J n., — (continued): 










luenibur . 175G — 5 : 155 


1756— 5 : 160 


1756 


5 


169 


17.o(J— 5 : 177 


1756— 5: 17S 


1756 


5 


184 


1756— 5 : 187 


1756— 5: IIM 


1756 


5 


260 


1756— 5 : 515 


1757— 5:203 


1757 


5 


206 


1757— 5 : 210 


1757— 5:21!) 


1757 


5 


224 


1757— 5 : 225 


1757— 5 : 236 


1757 


5 


252 


1757— 5 : 254 


1757— 5:264 


1757 


5 


282 


1757— 5 : 283 


1757— 5 : 295 


1757 


5 


506 


1758 5 : 325 


1758— 5 : 327 


1758 


5 


340 


1758— 5:311 


175S— 5:345 


1758 


5 


356 


1758— 5 : 3(;.s 


1758— 5 : 372 


1758 


5 


383 


1758— 5:387 


1758— 5 : 3!)6 


1758 


6 


423 


JONES, William : 










muster-roll .... 


• • • • 


1724 


2 


6 


claim ..... 


. 


1772 


8 


125 


JORDAN, James : 










deserter 


• • • • 


1761 


6 


199 


JORDAN, John: 










sick soldier .... 


> • • • 


1771 


8 


86 


JORDAN, Samuel: 










claim 


• • • • 


1719 


1 


238 


JOURNAL OF THE House: 










entry in, I'or dispatch of V)usiness 


.... 


1745 


3 


128 


printing and distributing 


• • • • 


1745 


3 


147 


1745— 3:161 


1749— 4 : 109 


1758 


5 


444 


1765— 7 : 4 


1765— 7 : 18 


1768 


7 


256 


1768— 7:27!) 


176!)- 7 : 291 


1769 


7 


332 


fopics of, clerk to give . 


• • • • 


1755 


5 


39 


JOURNAL OF Marches: 










keeping, etc. . 1746 — 3 : 325 


1746— 3 : 384 


1747 


3 


521 


1747— 3:526 


1748— 4: 77 


1748 


4 


93 


JOURNEY : 










of governor to frontiers . 


. 1743 3: 74 


1744 


3 


85 


JOY: 










speaker wishes new members . 


• • ■ • 


1747 


3 


475 


JUDGES (see also Courts and names thereof ) : 








fees, lines, and forfeitures 


. 1747— 3:505 


1747 


3 


506 


1747— 3:523 


1747— 3:525 


1747 


4 


42 


JUDGES OF Pnor.ATE: 










allowed for register's l)ooks 


• • • 


1744 


3 


81 


acts enabling . 1745 — 3:126 


171,-,_ ;): 12« 


1745 


3 


132 


1745 3:175 


1745 3:17S 


1745 


3 


17!^» 


to make partition of lauds, etc., in case of minors 










176:3— 6 : 321 


1763 


6 


322 


in Strafl'ord and fJrafton counties 


. 177;?_ 8:153 


1773 


8 


154 


ai)i)t\il fr<iin .... 


. 


1771 


8 


70 


])etitions of .... 


. 176;;— 6:314 


1773 


8 


138 


JUDGMENT: 










confessing, before justices 


. 1770— 8: 45 


1770 


8 


46 


of court, aj)peal from 


. 


1718 


1 


221 


of court, curn-ncy regulated in 


. 


1771 


8 


101 


JUDICATORY (see Appeals). 










JUDKINS, Benjamix: 










deserter 


■ . * • 


1722 


1 


315 


JUDKINS, Joseph: 


V 








Quaker, exempt from ta.x 


- ■ • • 


1763 


6 


365 


JUDKINS, Josiaii : 










petition ..... 


. 1760— 6: 36 


1760 


6 


97 


JURIES : 










double, in both courts 


. 1726— 2: 57 


1726 


2 


65 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



187 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


JURIES, — {continued) : 
















sherift' jjaid for returning 




. 


. 


. 


1726 


2 


65 


paid 




• 


. 


. 


1732 


2 


370 


JURY {see also Trial, etc.) : 
















at court of apjieals' . 




1728— 


2 


:113 


1728 


2 


114 


grand, allowance for 




1735— 


2 


449 


1737 


2 


485 


JURYMEN : 
















towns choosing 




, 


, 


, 


1726 


2 


61 


JURORS : 
















default in, to prevent 




, 


, 


, 


1714 


1 


77 


neglecting duty, lines 




, 


, 


, 


1771 


8 


68 


appointed, chosen, etc. 






, 


, 


1754 


4 


425 






1758— 


5 


350 


1758 


5 


356 


petit, ajipointed 




1746— 


3 


316 


1754 


4 


438 


1754— 4 


447 


1754— 


4 


461 


1754 


4 


463 


grand, claim allowed 




, 


, 




1753 


4 


346 


grand, chosen, etc. 1754 — 4 


447 


1754— 


4 


461 


1754 


4 


463 


on trial of John Ambler, etc. 


, paid 


, 


, 


, 


1730 


2 


332 


JUSTICE : 
















with scales, but no sword 


, , 




. 


. 


1718 


1 


225 


trial bv single, for more than 40.s. N 


T. ' 




, 


1760 


6 


63 


JUSTICES [see also Judges) : 
















confessing judgment before 


, , 


1770— 


8 


45 


1770 


8 


46 


of the peace, powers, etc. (see also Evidence) 


, 


, 


1720 


1 


285 






1754— 


4 


398 


1771 


8 


69 


KEAIS, Samuel (" Keis, Keias, Keies, Kaeis, Keas 


J"): 








clerk .... 


, 


, 


. 




1711 




1 


1711— 1 


3 


1711— 


1 


8 


1711 




13 


1711— 1 : 


23 


1711— 


1 


24 


1711 




25 


1711— 1 


28 


1711— 


1 


29 


1711 




31 


1711— 1 


32 


1711— 


1 


33 


1711 




34 


1712— 1 


35 


1712— 


1 


36 


1712 




37 


1712— 1 


39 


1712— 


1 


41 


1712 




42 


1712 1 


43 


1712— 


1 


44 


1712 




46 


1712— 1 


47 


1712— 


1 


48 


1712 




49 


1712— 1 


50 


1712— 


1 


51 


1712 




52 


1712— 1 


54 


1712— 


1 


h;y 


1712 




66 


1712— 1 : 


57 


1713 


1 


58 


1713 




59 


1713— 1 


62 


1713— 


1 


63 


1713 




65 


1713 1 


66 


1713— 


1: 


68 


1713 




69 


1713 1 


70 


1713 


1 


71 


1713 




72 


1714 1 : 


73 


1714 


1: 


74 


1714 




75 


1714— 1 


79 


1714— 


1 


80 


1714 




82 


1714— 1 


83 


1714— 


1. 


86 


1714 




87 


1714— 1 


89 


1714— 


1: 


90 


1714 




91 


1714— 1 


92 


1714— 


1 


93 


1714 




94 


1714— 1 


95 


1715— 


1 


97 


1715 




98 


1715 1 


99 


1715 


1: 


100 


1715 




101 


1715— 1 


102 


1715— 


1 


104 


1715 




105 


1715 1 


106 


1715— 


1 


107 


1715 




108 


1715— 1: 


109 


1715— 


1 


110 


1715 




111 


1715— 1: 


112 


1715— 


1 


113 


1715 




115 


KEENE : 
















inventory .... 


. 


1760 


6 


86 


1761 




122 


1767— 7 


160 


1768 


7 


219 


1773 




159 


superior court session 


, , 


, 


, 


, 


1774 




169 


representative . 1768 — 7 


350 


1769— 


7 


352 


1770 




354 


1770— 8 


IP 


1771— 


8 


2p 


1771 


8 


105 


1772— 8 


115 


1773— 


8 


144 


1774 


8 


164 


1774 8 


184 


1774— 8 


188 


1775 


8 


218 



188 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


KELLEY. James : 










petition, etc. . 1755 — 5: 52 


1757— 5 : 309 


1759 


5 


460 


1759— 5:467 


1759— 5 : 468 


1760 


6 


64 


V. Jenkins, Henjiimin 


* 


1761 


6 


130 


undfT Capt. Samuel Gcrrisb . 




1763 


6 


330 


Kf:LLJ:Y. JosEi'ii: 










V. Winn, Juditli 


1769— 7 : 286 


1769 


7 


299 


petition 


• 


1774 


8 


168 


KELSEY, Alexander: 










estate of, divided 


• . ■ 


1760 


6 


62 


KELSEY, James: 










relieved ...... 


1767— 7 : 133 


1767 


7 


134 


KEMIJLE, Samuel : 










aeeount ..... 


• 


1761 


6 


206 


KEMMINC;, Benjamin: 










petition ..... 


. 


1746 


3 


323 


KENDALL, Nathan: 










petition, etc 


1753— 4 : 362 


1761 


6 


210 


KENISTON, John (see also Kenniston) : 










deserter 


. 


1722 


1 


315 


widow of 


• 


1745 


3 


231 


KENISTON, PiiiLir : 










memorial in case of . 


• • 


1738 


2 


540 


KENISTON. Samuel: 










volunteer ..... 


• ■ ■ 


1746 


3 


403 


KENISTON, Samuel, Ju. : 










invalid volunteer 


. . • • 


1746 


3 


405 


KENNAKD, Atkins : 










claim ..... 


. 


1745 


3 


259 


KENNARD, John: 










estate of, partition of lands 


, , , , 


1763 


6 


375 




1763 6 : 377 


1763 


6 


378 


KENNEBECK River : 










Indians on .... 


• • . 


1727 


2 


84 


KENNEDY, Roijekt [" Kennady, Kan> 


IAI)Y "] : 








" deserter"' relieved 


. 1758— 5:333 


1758 


5 


387 


KENNEDY, Thomas: 










"deserter" relieved 


. 


1762 


6 


270 


JvENNEDY, William [" Cannada"] : 










relieved ..... 


1744— 3: Hi 


1744 


3 


85 




1741— 3: 86 


1746 


3 


334 


KENNISTON, Benjamin (see also Kenist 


in) : 








under Ca])tain Tilton 


. 


1763 


6 


331 


KENNISTON, Jou: 










petition 


. 1761— 6:123 


1761 


6 


136 


Quaker, relieved from tax 


. 


1762 


6 


274 


17t;2— (;:279 


1762- 6:283 


1762 


6 


294 


1762— 6 : 303 


1763— 6:360 


1763 


6 


366 


KENNISTON, John: 










allowance for .... 


1718— 1:226 


1723 


1 


417 


KENNISTON, Joshua: 










soldier ..... 


• • • • 


1761 


6 


209 


KENNISTON, Samuel : 










petition 


• 


1746 


3 


323 


KENNISTON, William: 










debtor, broke jail 1766 — 5: 120 


1756— 5 : 133 


1758 


5 


396 


deserter 


. 


1761 


6 


199 


KENNY, Amos: 










under Captain Lovewell . 


. 


1763 


6 


331 


KENNY, Samuel: 










under Captain Samuel Gerrish 


. 


1763 


6 


330 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



189 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


KENSINGTON (see also Hamjoton Falls) : 










l^ai-ish established . 


, , 


• • • 


1737 


2 


502 


volunteers from 


, , 


• • • 


1746 


3 


404 


selectmen to ajjpear 1746 — 


3 : 410 


1761— 6:142 


1761 


6 


147 


classed for excise 


, 


1752— 4 : 238 


1755 


4 


510 


petitioners from 


, 


. 


1752 


4 


265 


inventoiy . . 1753 — 


4 : 293 


1760 6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 


7:160 


17GS— 7:218 


1773 


8 


156 


representative . 




1762— 6 : 458 


1763 


6 


462 


176^1— 


6:464 


17(5,5— 7 : 176 


1766 


7 


178 


1767— 


7:182 


1768 7 : 350 


1769 




352 


1770— 


7:354 


1770— 8: Ip 


1771 


8 


p2 


1771— 


8:105 


1772— 8 : 115 


1773 


8 


144 


1774— 


8:184 


1774— 8 : 188 


1775 


8 


218 


KEYS: 












of province chest or box 


, , 


• > • 


1742 


2 


663 


1745 


3 : 153 


1745— 3:283 


1746 


3 


306 


1746— 


3 : 341 


1747— 3 : 523 


1753 


4 


337 


1754 


4:404 


1755— 5 : 22 


1755 


5 


62 


to gaol, legislature turned, 


on soldier 


1759 


6 


19 


to lobby and boxes . 


, , 


. 


1765 


7 


38 


KEYES, Nathaniel : 












of Rhode Island 


, . 


• 


1730 


2 


316 


KIDDER, John : 












petition .... 


, 


1759— 5 : 484 


1759 


5 


491 


KILBY, Christopher : 












bills of exchange drawn by 


• • 


1761 


6 


133 


KILBY, Thomas : 












commissary 


. • 


. 


1746 


3 


416 


KILLING {see Boimty, Murder^ Lidians, Deer, and Wolves) . 








KIMBALL, Benjamin : 












petition . . 1757 — 


5:290 


1757— 5 : 299 


1760 


6 


97 


lOMBALL, Caleb and John : 












petition .... 


, 


. 


1746 


3 


410 


KIMBALL, EiJENEZER: 












counterfeiter, apprehended 


, , 


• • 


1755 


4 


519 


KIMBALL, John : 












" hired," wages stopt 


, 


• • 


1760 


6 


76 


mistake corrected 


, , 


• ■ ■ 


1760 


6 


94 


KIMBALL, Joseph : 












muster-roll, etc. 1754 — 


4:469 


1755— 4 : 493 


1755 


4 


495 


KIMBALL, Robert : 












muster-roll, etc. 1754 — 


4:469 


1755— 4 : 493 


1755 


4 


495 


KIMBALL, Samuel : 












guardian, petition 1765 — 


7: 49 


1765— 7 : 50 


1766 


7 


52 


1766— 


7: 62 


1766 7: 76 


1766 


7 


91 


may poll oflf to Plaistow . 


, , 


1768— 7 : 188 


1768 


7 


202 


KIMMING, Benjamin: 












invalid volunteer 


, , 


• • > 


1746 


3 


404 


KING, George : 












deputy secretary, clerk of 


superior 


court, commis- 








sary, etc. 


, , 


• • • 


1756 


5 


148 


1757 — 


5:240 


1758— 5:346 


1758 


5 


355 


1768 


7:192 


1768 7 : 199 


1769 


7 


332 


1770— 


7 : 358 


1770— 7 : 359 


1771 


8 


59 


1771— 


8: 67 


1771— 8: 86 


1771 


8 


87 


1772— 


8:124 


1772— 8 : 129 


1773 


8 


136 


1773— 


8 : 139 


1773— 8 : 155 


1773 


8 


160 


1774 


8:202 


1774— 8 : 209 


1774 


8 


214 


KING, John : 












petition . . 1758— 


5:426 


1758 5 : 432 


1772 


8 


117 



100 



Index to Journals oi fTuusE of Representatives, 





VEAI{. 


VOL. 


PAOR. 


Kim:. SA^n-EL: 










IlCCOlIIlt ...... 


. 


1759 


6 


15 


KIN(i, Wll.I.lAM, ETC.: 










ix'tilion . . 1740— 2 : .')()0 


1740— 2:508 


ITlit 


2 


509 


KING, The {sec also Conspiracy, l.tUers^ 


Proclaymilton, 








licvinnstrance, Resent, and Tlianks) : 










approval of, for acts, etc. 




1721 


1 


279 




1721— 1 : 281 


1722 


1 


321 


arms of, rolnrncd or accountoil for {see also Musler- 








J^nlls) 


1757— 5:195 


1757 


5 


196 


17o7— ;>: ]:i7 


1757— 5:198 


1757 


■0 


254 


attorney of (.sec AUorney-Genernl) . 










birtlulay of 


1701— : 207 


1762 


7 


275 


1772— 8:125 


1772— S: 126 


1772 


8 


127 


boundary disputes submitted to 


• 


1726 


2 


57 


censure of governor l)y, deprecated 


1745— 3:213 


1745 


3 


285 


recommended to continue governor 


• • • 


1714 


1 


93 


in council 


1720— 1:255 


1729 


2 


161 


1731— 2:;U3 


1731— 2 : 3.56 


1732 


2 


.307 


1734— 2:400 


1734— 2:403 


1745 


3 


^159 


death of, not to aftect ^\Tits, processes, precepts, and 








matter testamentaiy . 


• 


1727 


2 


92 


donations, grants, etc., of 


. 


1745 


3 


280 


1745— 3:2S5 


1747— 4: 47 


1758 


6 


409 


1758— 5:410 


1760— 0:117 


1700 


6 


118 


instructions of (see also Insfnu/ions) 


* • > 


1718 


1 


225 




1729— 2 : 108 


1730 


2 


3o;» 


1730— 2:310 


1730— 2:312 


1730 


2 


313 


1730— 2:314 


1730— 2:316 


1730 


2 


317 


1730 2 : 322 


1730 2 : 323 


1731 


2 


351 


1731— 2:3.o2 


1731— 2:301 


1732 


2 


367 


1733— 2 : 378 


1733— 2 : 380 


1733 


2 


389 


1733— 2:3'.)1 


1733— 2:395 


1734 


2 


426 


1735 2 : 442 


1735— 2:453 


1749 


4 


134 


1749— 4:1. -J 


1749_ 4 : 140 


1749 


4 


141 


1749— 4:M2 


1749— 4:143 


1749 


4 


145 


1749— 4 : U8 


1749— 4:150 


1749 


4 


151 


1749— 4:1. -.2 


1749— 4 : 154 


1749 


4 


160 


1749— 4:H;9 


1749— 4:176 


1749 


4 


l.Sl 


1750— 4 : 1.S3 


1752— 4 : 221 


1759 


6 


10 


1759_ 6 : 19 


1760— 6: 34 


1700 


6 


35 


1762— 6:2:58 


1702— : 243 


17(i2 


6 


27(; 


17(i4_ 6:3.S4 


170.5- 7 : 5 


1765 


7 


11 


170,5— 7: 14 


17(i5— 7 : 15 


1705 


7 


20 


17G5 7: 21 


1772— 8:116 


1772 


8 


131 


l:iii(!s of, inhabitants relieved . 


174;^— 3: 58 


1743 


3 


59 


iiieniorial to (.sec also Address, etc.) . 


1737— 2:515 


1746 


3 


321 


petition to 


1745— 3:255 


1746 


3 


309 




1770— 7 : 358 


1775 


8 


222 


prerogative of {sec also Prerof/ativt 


) 










1746 3 : 307 


1746 


3 


381 




1775— 8 : 234 


1775 


8 


237 


writ of, for members 


• • < 


1732 


2 


376 


1731— 2:422 


1737— 2:475 


1739 


2 


542 


1749— 4:122 


175.5_ 5: 49 


1755 


5 


61 


1758— 5 : 4:'.9 


17d«— 6 : 238 


1702 


6 


239 


17G2— 6:215 


1702— 6:246 


1762 


6 


252 


17G2— 6 : 2.^5 


1702- 6 : 263 • 


1768 


7 


225 


177.5— 8:227 


177,'j_ 8 : 234 


1775 


8 


230 


KING ClIAKLES II, : 










acts of 


1728— 2 : 123 


1775 


8 


236 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



191 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


KING George I. : 














acts of, etc. 


, , 


1717— 


1 : 206 


1717 


1 


208 


1719— 


1 : 232 


1719— 


1 : 240 


1720 


1 


256 


1721— 


1:273 


1740— 


2:552 


1740 


2 


564 


KING George II. : 














accession of, etc. 


, . 


1727— 


2: 87 


1727 


2 


88 


1727— 


2: 90 


1727— 


2: 92 


1727 


2 


96 


1728 


2:135 


1729— 


2 : 160 


1738 


2 


528 


obituary of . . . 


, , 


1761— 


6:126 


1761 


6 


182 


KING George III. : 














accession of . 


, , 


1761— 


6:120 


1761 


6 


126 


KING James I. : 














statute of . 


, , 


, 


• 


1766 


7 


66 


KING William: 














act of 


, , 


, 


^ , 


1724 


1 


419 


KINGSTON (see also Hawke) : 














excused from pajdng jirovince charge, provided 








they assist the scouts, etc. . 


, 


, , 


1712 


1 


43 


exempted from part of tax 


• • 


, 


, , 


1715 


1 


104 


proportion of tax to be decided 


, 


, 


1720 


1 


247 


assessment claimed by 


, , 


, 


, 


1769 


7 


283 


reju'esentative . 


, 


1714— 


1: 74 


1714 


1 


79 


1715— 


1: 97 


1715— 


1:114 


1715 


1 


117 


1715 


1:127 


1716— 


1 : 173 


1716 


1 


178 


1717— 


1:190 


1722— 


1 : 326 


1726 


2 


36 


1726— 


2: 39 


1727— 


2:100 


1728 


2 


121 


1730— 


2:307 


1731— 


2:335 


1732 


2 


376 


1734— 


2:397 


1735 


2:433 


1736 


2 


457 


1737— 


2:475 


1739— 


2:542 


1742 


2 


610 


1745 


2:115 


1745— 


3:119 


1745 


3 


184 


1745— 


2:185 


1745 


3:187 


1745 


3 


262 


1746— 


3:368 


1747— 


4: 2 


1752 


4 


217 


1752— 


4:224 


17.52— 


4 : 380 


1753 


4 


384 


1753— 


4:386 


1754_ 4 : 433 


1754 


4 


434 


1754— 


4:437 


1754— 4 : 438 


1754 


4 


552 


1755— 


4:558 


1755 


5: 


1755 


5 


41 


1755 


5: 43 


1755 


5:258 


1756 


5 


260 


1756— 


5: 95 


1756— 


5:515 


1757 


5 


264 


1757— 


5 : 506 


1758 


5 : 434 


1758 


5 


436 


1758— 


5:512 


1759— 


6:228 


1760 


6 


230 


1761— 


6:232 


1762— 


6 : 458 


1763 


6 


462 


1764 


6 : 464 


1765 


7 : 176 


1766 


7 


178 


1767— 


7:182 


1768— 


7 : 350 


1769 


7 


352 


1770 


7:354 


1770— 


8: Ip 


1771 


8 


p2 


1771— 


8:105 


1772— 


8:115 


1773 


8 


144 


1774— 


8:184 


1774— 


8:187 


1775 


8 


218 


tavern .... 


, 


, 


, 


1715 


1 


135 


bounds perambuhited 


, , 


, 


, , 


1715 


1 


136 


lino with Chester 


, 


1761— 


6 : 150 


1761 


6 


172 


1761— 


6 : 174 


1761— 


6:196 


1761 


6 


204 


loan to ... . 


, 


. 


, 


1718 


1 


218 


1718- 


1:224 


1726— 


2: 66 


1727 


2 


82 


172!)— 


2 : 161 


1729— 


2:162 


1729 


2 


163 


highways . . 1720— 


1 : 251 


1747— 


3 : 447 


1747 


3 


464 


1747— 


3 : 465 


1747— 


3:471 


1755 


4 


570 


lands in, petitioned for by 


HamjDton 


, 


, , 


1723 


1 


399 






1724— 


2: 4 


1724 


2 


8 


expresses . 1723 — 


1 : 408 


1746— 


3:381 


1746 


3 


428 


constable's account . 


, , 


, 


, 


1724 


1 


417 


firing guns in, restricted . 


, , 


, 


, , 


1724 


1 


419 


valuation of lands in 


• • 


• 


• • 


1728 


2 


136 



192 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



KINGSTON, — {contimicd) : 
valuation of trade in 



inventory 

cast end, petition 

petition 



175;j— 
17f)7— 

1738— 
1740— 
1746— 
1755— 
1760- 
1734— 



lshii)S in 



petitioners from 

suits a<j;ainst 

dlilifulties and hart 

classed for excise 

agreement of Hami)stead with 
KITS ["KiTTKS"] : 

soldiers' .... 
KITTHRY (.Massachusetts Bay): 

incursions at . 

sods for fort from 

volunteer from 

ptititioner from 
KNAPSACKS : 

for soldiers ... 
KNEELANI) and Russell: 

memorial of . 
KNIGHT, John: 

muster-roll 

member . 



2!»3 
160 

5.32 
553 
440 
4:566 

6 

^ ■ 



81 
427 



1722— 1:360 



KNIGHT, John, Jk. 

member . 



1727— 
1728— 
1745— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747- 
1748— 
1748— 
1748— 
1748— 
1749— 
1750— 



1752— 
1752— 
1752— 
1753— 
175.3— 
1753— 
1753— 
1753— 
1753— 
1754— 
1754 — 
1754— 



2 : 
2 : 
3: 
3: 
3; 
3: 
3: 
4: 
4: 
4; 
4: 
4: 
4; 
4: 
4: 
4: 
4: 
4: 



105 

117 

129 

476 

511 

518 

528 

16 

20 

29 

41 

57 

71 

81 

89 

98 

111 



223 
248 
278 
288 
321 
332 
354 
361 
384 
395 
405 
413 



1760— 
1768— 
1732— 
1738— 
1743— 
1747— 
175.0 — 
1760— 
1760— 



1752— 4 
1768— 7 



172.8— 
1729— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1748— 
1748— 
1748— 
1749— 
1749— 
1750— 



1752— 

1752— 

1752— 

1753— 

175.3— 

175.3— 

17.5»— 

1753— 

175- 

175- 

1754— 

1754— 



86 
218 
366 
533 

60 
447 
567 

84 

51 



238 
191 



1756— 6 : 123 



1725— 2: 18 



2:110 
2 : 156 
3 : 370 
3:490 
3:513 
3 : 519 
4: 2 



17 

21 

30 

44 

59 

76 

84 

91 

100 

127 

4 : 183 



235 
269 
380 
307 
326 
344 
359 
362 
369 
396 
406 
414 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1728 


2 


1761 


6 


1773 


8 


1733 


2 


1738 


2 


1746 


3 


1755 


4 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


1760 


6 


1732 


2 


1733 


2 


1756 


4 


1768 


7 


1747 


4 


1722 


1 


1744 


3 


1746 


3 


1768 


7 


1757 


5 


1755 


5 


1726 


2 


1727 


2 


1728 


2 


1745 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


4 


1747 


4 


1747 


4 


1747 


4 


1747 


4 


1748 


4 


1748 


4 


1748 


4 


1748 


4 


1749 


4 


1749 


4 


1751 


4 


1752 


4 


1752 


4 


1752 


4 


: 1753 


4 


! 1753 


4 


' 1753 


4 


, 1753 


4 


1753 


4 


1753 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 



PACK. 



140 

122 
156 
381 
539 
432 
640 

44 
196 

82 
367 
384 
510 
215 

36 

341 
102 
404 
235 

238 

10 

61 

100 

113 

128 

475 

496 

617 

624 

15 

18 

25 

39 

51 

63 

77 

88 

94 

105 

164 

9 

217 
240 
271 
286 
311 
327 
345 
360 
366 
376 
397 
408 
416 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711- 


-1775. 




193 




TEAK. 


1 

VOL. 


PAGE. 


IvNIGHT, John, Jr., — {continued): 










member . . 1754 — 4 : 420 


1754— 4 : 425 


1754 


4 


426 


1754— 4:429 


1754— 4 : 430 


1754 


4 


436 


1754— 4:448 


1754— 4:449 


1754 


4 


460 


1754 4 : 461 


1754— 4:462 


1754 


4 


463 


1754— 4:465 


1754— 4 : 475 


1754 


4 


480 


1754— 4:552 


17.55— 4:491 


1755 


4 


498 


1755— 4 : 500 


1755 4 : 508 


1755 


4 


510 


1755 4 : 513 


1755— 4:520 


1755 


4 


522 


1755— 4:534 


1755 4 : 538 


1755 


4 


558 


1755— 5: 


1755 — 5 : 6 


1755 


5 


20 


1755— 5: 26 


17.55 5: 28 


1755 


5 


29 


1755 5: 31 


1755— 5 : 41 


1755 


5 


43 


1755 — 5 : 44 


1755 5: 46 


17.55 


5 


51 


1755 5: 52 


17,55— 5: 60 


1755 


5 


61 


1755— 5 : 258 


1756— 5 : 66 


1756 


5 


68 


1756— 5: 69 


1756 — 5 : 75 


1756 


5 


76 


1756 — 5 : 77 


1756 — 5 : 79 


1756 


5 


86 


1756— 5 : 91 


1756— 5: 95 


1756 


5 


96 


1756— 5 : 97 


1756 5 : 100 


1756 


5 


104 


1756— 5 : 108 


1756 5:119 


1756 


5 


121 


1756— 5 : 122 


1756 5 : 123 


1756 


,5 


140 


1756 5 : 143 


1756— 5 : 144 


1756 


5 


148 


1756— 5 : 151 


1756 — 5 : 152 


1756 


5 


169 


1756— 5:170 


1756— 5 : 176 


1756 


5 


183 


1756— 5 : 187 


1756— 5 : 260 


17.56 


6 


515 


1757— 5 : 200 


1757— 5 : 212 


1757 


5 


213 


1757— 5 : 217 


1757— 5 : 219 


1757 


5 


228 


1757— 5 : 229 


1757— 5 : 240 


1757 


5 


241 


1757— 5 : 243 


1757— 5 : 249 


17,57 


5 


251 


1757— 5 : 254 


1757— 5 : 264 


1757 


5 


*268 


1757— 5 : 284 


17.57— 5 : 289 


1757 


5 


295 


1757— 5 : 302 


1757— 5 : 303 


1757 


5 


304 


1757— 5 : 309 


1757— 5:506 


1758 


5 


311 


1758— 5 : 326 


1758— 5 : 330 


1758 


5 


340 


1758— 5 : 343 


1758— 5 : 346 


1758 


5 


367 


1758— 5 : 374 


1758— 5 : 376 


1758 


5 


377 


1758— 5 : 390 


1758— 6 : 392 


17.58 


5 


396 


1758 5 : 404 


17,58 5:411 


1758 


5 


414 


1758— 5 : 416 


17.58— 5 : 421 


17.58 


5 


425 


1758 5 : 429 


1758— 5:4,34 


1758 


5 


436 


1758— 5 : 438 


17.58— 5 : 443 


1758 


5 


445 


1758 5 : 512 


1759— 5 : 458 


1759 


5 


465 


1759— 5 : 489 


1759— 5 : 493 


1759 


5 


495 


1759— 6: 2 


1759— 6: 3 


17.59 


6 


4 


1759— 6: 8 


1759— 6 : 10 


1759 


6 


11 


1759— 6: 12 


1759— 6 : 13 


1759 


6 


14 


1760— 6: 43 


1760— 6 : 49 


1760 


6 


:)H 


1760 6: 63 


1760 6: 65 


1760 


6 


71 


1760— 6 : 75 


1760— 6 : 90 


1760 


6 


100 


1761— 6:121 


1761— 6 : 134 


1761 


6 


139 


1761— 6 : 147 


1761— 6 : 1,52 


1761 


6 


1.55 


1761— 6 : 157 


1761— 6:163 


1761 


6 


174 


1761— 6:175 


1761— 6: 177 


1761 


6 


189 


1761- 6:190 


1761— 6:191 


1761 


6 


192 


1761— 6 : 217 


1761— 6 : 232 


1763 


6 


374 


1763— 6 : 377 


1764— 6:405 


1765 


6 


437 


KNIGHT, William : 










to sell real estate .... 




1760 


ti 


65 


KNOWLES, COMMOUOHE : 










letter from 


1747— 4 : 13 


1747 


4 


16 



25 



l!i4 Index to Journals of House of Uepkesentatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


FACE. 


KNOWLES. James: 










member 


176.-)— 7: 29 


1765 


7 


176 


1766— 7: 83 


1766— 7: 81 


1766 


7 


>S7 


1706— 7 : 109 


1766— 7 : 178 


1767 


7 


132 


1767— 7 : 182 


1768— 7:186 


1768 


7 


226 


1768— 7:253 


1768 7:270 


176H 


7 


350 


1769— 7 : 2H3 


1769— 7 : 290 


1769 


7 


352 


1770— 7:35-i 


1770— 8: Ip 


1770 


8 


14 


177U— 8: 17 


1771— 8: 2p 


1771 


8 


71 


1771— 8 : 98 


1771— 8:101 


1771 


8 


105 


1772— 8:115 


1772— 8:123 


1772 


8 


125 


1772— 8:127 


1772— 8:129 


1773 


8 


136 


1773— 8 : 138 


1773— 8:140 


1773 


8 


144 


1773 8 : 152 


1773— 8:153 


1774 


8 


164 


177-1- 8:172 


1774— 8:184 


1774 


8 


188 


1771— 8:192 


177-1— 8 : 202 


1775 


8 


218 


KNOWLES, JoNAXUAN : 










allowance for 


. 


1759 


5 


484 


KNOWJ/rON, Ebenezer: 










l)etition 


• ■ ■ 


1760 


6 


109 


KXOWLTON, EuENEZEK, and OTIIEUS: 










petition . . 1770— 7 : 346 


1770— 8 : 2 


1770 


8 


5 


1770— 8: 9 


1770— 8: 50 


1771 


8 


65 


KNOWLTOX, Francis: 










pL'tition 


1761— 6 : 124 


1761 


6 


141 


KXOWLTON, Jonathan: 










hired, wafjes stop! .... 


. 


1760 


6 


76 


KXOWLTON, Mil.: 










<^)uaker, taxes abated 


• • • 


1761 


6 


221 


KYLE, John: 










l^otition 


. 


1754 


4 


420 


LABAKEE, Petek : 










eajitivated by St. Francois Indians . 


• • 


1754 


4 


482 


LABAREE, lIi Tii : 










petition ...... 


• • • 


1754 


4 


478 


LABOKEKS: 










at t'(irt William and Mavy 


. 


1746 


3 


42S 


J.ABYHIN'l'II •»! DisiHK.ssKS (we also Dislrcsses) -. 








irovcrninnil invnlvid in a 


. 


1750 


4 


1S7 


LADI), Daniel: 










Quaker, exemjit from tax 


. 


1763 


6 


365 


LADI), Daniki.. Jic: 










nicniuriiil ..... 


. 


1747 


4 


21 


LADD, Cai'T. Daniel: 










misa])plie(l bounty money 


• • • 


1746 


8 


440 




1746— 3:4}4 


1747 


3 


450 


muster-roll, etc 


1747— 3:4:.l 


1717 


3 


452 


1717— 3:156 


1747— 3:461 


1747 


4 


17 


LADD, Capt. Daniel, and otiieks: 










complaint ..... 


• > . 


1745 


3 


273 


LADD, Cai't. John: 










muster-i-oU, etc 


1745— 3:302 


1758 


5 


317 




1758— 5 : 352 


175.S 


5 


377 


LADD, John, Jk. : 










;u'fount ...... 


■ 


1746 


3 


436 


LAUD, (Ai'T. Jonathan: 










petition 


• 


1738 


2 


533 




17;)8— -J : 54U 


1740 


2 


550 


LADD, DiJ. Jonathan: 










deceased volunteer, allowfince to fati 


it-r . 


1746 


3 


404 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



195 



LADD, Sergt. Johx : 

muster-roll, etc. 
LADD, Nathaniel: 

muster-roll, etc. 

sick soldier 
LADD, Capt. Trueworthy 

muster-roll, etc. 



1722— 1:362 



1758- 
1758- 



317 
376 



1759— 5 : 464 
1759— 6 : 26 



LAKE Erie: 

Indians about . 
LAKE George : 

army at, etc. 

sick and wounded at 
provisions ti'au sported to 



1723— 
1724— 



1758— 
1758— 
17.59— 
1760— 



17.55— 
175.5 — 
1756— 
1756— 



1756— 
1758— 



420 



1760— 6: 61 



LAKE Ontario: 

conquests on . 
LAKE WiNiPisiOKE (see Winijnsioke) . 
LAIvEMAN, ToHiAS: 

petition, etc. . 17.58 — 
LAMONT, Dr. Niel: 

petition ....... 

LAMPREY, Benjamin: 

muster-roll 1724 — 

LAMPREY, Benjamin, ani> others: 

petition, etc 1728 — 

LAMPREY River: 

bridge, Dover .... 1723 — 

LAMPS {see also MS. Lmvs 2 : 260) : 

street, breaking or damnilying, to prevent 
LAJVIPSON, John : 

must discharge draft .... 

LAMPSON, Dr. John : 



390 
11 



353 
379 

471 
78 



45 

: bb 

:104 

141 

142 

428 



12 
138 
394 



1759— 5:483 



1759— 5 : 491 



1769— 7:21)1 



1761- 
1770- 



170 
341 



petition 
LAMPSON, Joseph : 

invalid volunteer 
LANCASTER : 

petition 

highway througli 

inventory ..... 

LANCASTER, Daniel : 

claim ...... 

LANCING, Abraham Jacou ["Lansing"] 

supplied sutlers at Albany 
LANDS (.sec also Grants and Real Estate) 

made liable to pay debts 

execution upon, gives title when .... 

taken by execution, redeemed liow 

unfenced, trespassing on, penalty .... 

improved, cattle not to feed on .... 

partition of 1714 — 1 : 77 

17(j;3_ (;:321 

unfenced in common, bounds to be run once in two 

3'cars 

common, proprietors of, regulated .... 

1740— 2:560 



1714— 1 



I i 



TEAK. 


VOL. 


1723 


1 


1726 
1746 


2 
3 


1757 
1758 
1759 
1759 
1765 


5 
5 
5 
6 

7 


1764 


6 


1755 
1756 
1756 
1757 
1756 
1756 


5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 


1758 


5 


176(1 


6 


1761 


6 


1725 


2 


1728 


2 


1723 


1 


1754 


4 


1758 


5 


1759 


5 


1746 


3 


1761 
1772 
1773 


6 
8 
8 


1748 


4 


1760 


6 


1718 
1716 
1717 
1718 
1760 
1745 
1763 


1 
1 
1 
1 
6 
3 
6 


1716 
1718 
1754 


1 
1 
4 



PAGE. 



404 

28 
375 

200 

358 

463 

24 

21 

385 

48 
163 
107 
274 
116 
150 

454 



64 
159 

18 

141 

411 

429 

346 

496 

404 

221 
128 
160 

66 

98 

220 
145 
197 
220 
81 
295 
322 

185 
221 
404 



lIMj Index to Journals of Housk of Representatives, 





TEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


LANDS.— (CO////// ^/.(/) : 












(•(•mnioii, proprietors of, rcfjulated 












1757— 5:201 


1765— 


6 : 454 


1765 


7 


1 


title oi" coiieeriied, appeal 


1726— 


2: 64 


1727 


2 


110 




1727— 


2:111 


1727 


2 


112 


improved, assessment of . 


, 


, , 


1727 


2 


75 


aral)le, tillaj^e, oreliard, meadow, an 


1 marsh. 


valued 


1728 


2 


136 


\ 


1728- 


2:140 


1742 


2 


651 


1753— 4 : 290 


1761— 


6 : 122 


1767 


7 


161 


lU'ovince, taxing .... 


1755— 


4 : 502 


1755 


4 


503 


1755— 4 : 506 


1755— 


5: 52 


1756 


5 


65 


1756— 5 : 66 


1756— 


5: 84 


1756 


6 


107 


unimproved, not taxed 


, 


. , 


1756 


5 


86 


waste, elaimed by Mason, grants of 


1746— 


3 : 393 


1746 


3 


395 


towns' commons, trespass on, penalty 


, a 


1771 


8 


68 


LANE, EzEKiEL: 












motion by .... 


, 




1770 


7 


343 


LANE, John:' 












petition 


, 


, 


1761 


6 


2rt3 


LANE, Joshua : 












petition 


, 


, 


1765 


6 


451 


LANE, Thomas: 












claim 


, 


, , 


1743 


3 


70 


LANG, Nathaniel: 












claim 


, 


. , 


1747 


4 


32 


LANG, RoitEHT: 












estate of, sold 


1759— 


6: 29 


1759 


6 


30 


LANGDON, John: 












member 


1775— 


8 : 218 


1775 


8 


234 


LANGDOX. Cai'T. Mauk: 












claim . . 1746— 3:432 


1748 


4: 94 


1753 


4 


345 


L A X ( ; I )()N , Ma uti i a (see Barrcll) . 












LANtiDOX, Key. Samuel, d. d. : 












chaplain of house 


1748— 


4: 86 


1749 


4 


111 


1752— 4 : 225 


1753— 


4:341 


1755 


4 


571 


1755 — 5 : 49 


1756— 


5 : 144 


1757 


5 


272 


1758 5 : 380 


1758— 


5 : 438 


1759 


6 


13 


1760— 6 : 106 


1761— 


6:212 


1762 


6 


239 


1762— 6 : 247 


1762— 


6 : 266 


1763 


6 


350 


1763— 6:352 


1764— 


6:404 


1765 


7 


2 


1765 7: 27 


1765- 


7: 79 


1765 


7 


83 


1767— 7:115 


176H— 


7:228 


1769 


7 


287 


1769— 7 : 297 


1769— 


7 : 305 


1770 


8 


16 


1771— H: 91 


1772— 


8:122 


1773 


8 


150 


1774— S : 192 


1774— 


8 : 198 


1776 


8 


223 


LANGDON, Cait. Samuel: 












account ...... 


1765— 


6 : 457 


1765 


6 


lOli 


LANGDON, Cai-t. Woodi-.uky : 












house of. ])ro])osed for govi^rnor 




, , 


1771 


8 


72 


menil)er ..... 


1771 — 


8:184 


1774 


8 


1S7 


1774— 8:189* 


1774— 8: 190 


1774 


8 


193 


177.1_ 8:1% 


1774— 


8 : 197 


1774 


8 


199 


1774_ 8:203 


1775 — 


8:218 


1775 


8 


220 


1775— 8:222 


1775— 


8 : 225 


1775 


8 


229 


LANGDON, Leaim: .^ Waih.kich (sec 


also Larc and 








Lcarc) : 


• 










petition 


1711— 


3: 85 


1744 


3 


99 


LAN(;LEY, James: 












account ..... 


, , 


. . 


1723 


1 


390 


LANGLEY, Joseph : 












scout ..... 


. 


. 


1745 


3 


255 



Province of Kew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



197 



1743— 3 : 75 



LANGMAID, Joseph 

account, etc. 

petition ...... 

LANGMADE, Thomas: 

charges on ..... 

LANNEN, Thomas: 

petition ...... 

LANTHORN (see also Light-House) : 

fixt at flag-staff of fort Wm. & M. . 
LAPISH, William : 

invalid volunteer, allowance for 
LARE, Jeremy (see also Langdon, etc., aba 

claim 

LATCH : 

of trees lit for lumber, revenue from 
LATIN School: 

in Portsmouth ..... 
LAWRENCE, David : 

petition ...... 

LAW Books : 

distributing, etc. .... 



1758— 5 : 427 
1756— 5 : 193 



ye) 



LAWS {sec also Act and Militia) : 
i-evising, compiling, etc. 

1713— 

1717— 

1722— 

1723— 

1730— 

1747— 

1754— 

1754— 

175 

1761 

1764 

1771 

1774 



63 
202 
361 
410 
330 
485 * 
394 
415 
449 
6:210 
6:416 
8 : 110 
8 : 165 



pi'inting 



1715 

1716- 

1726 

1746- 

1759 

1761- 

1764 

1765- 

1766 

1770- 

1773- 

1774- 



1:129 
1:181 
2: 32 
3:333 
5 : 463 
6: 210 
6 : 426 
7: 4 
— 7 : 63 
8: 3 
8:137 
S : 170 



enactmg 



1730— 2:325 
1765— 7 : 17 

executing .... 

not sealed, Ihrougli sieknc 

Stov}' ; to be seab'd ;uul printed 

manuscript, repealing 



1772- 
1773- 

1711- 

1714- 

1717- 

1723- 

1726- 

1731 

1747— 

1754— 

1754— 

1755— 

1762— 

1765— 

1771— 

1774- 

1716— 
1716— 
1730— 
1754— 
1759— 
1761— 
1765— 
1765— 
1766— 
1771— 
1773— 
1771— 

1730— 
1773— 



9 



8 : 118 
8 : 142 



1: 2 

1: 74 
1 : 209 
1:402 
2: 43 
337 



3 : 486 



4 : 399 
4:421 
4:497 
6:267 
7: 47 
8:111 
8:166 

i:153 
1:187 
2:333 
4 : 426 
6: 24 
6:219 
6:453 
7: 6 
7: 68 
8: 90 
8:142 
8:207 



2 : 329 
8 : 134 



1 11(1 death of Secretary 



what pleadable 

suspending clause in 

of Connecticut, fo be procured 



1723- 1 :402 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1760 


6 


1756 


5 


1758 


5 


1764 


6 


1771 


8 


1746 


3 


1723 


1 


1720 


1 


1718 


1 


1763 


6 


1773 


8 


1774 


8 


1711 


1 


1715 


1 


1718 


1 


1723 


1 


1728 


2 


1731 


2 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1759 


6 


1763 


6 


1771 


8 


1771 


8 


1774 


8 


1714 


1 


1716 


1 


1723 


1 


1744 


3 


1758 


6 


1759 


6 


1761 


6 


1765 


6 


1765 


7 


1767 


7 


1772 


8 


1773 


8 


1774 


8 


1727 


2 


1757 


5 


1773 


8 


1730 


2 


1716 


1 


1723 


1 


1723 


1 


1726 


2 


1754 


4 


1752 


4 



PAGE. 



91 

194 

398 

417 

94 

333 

377 

257 

212 

348 

137 
212 

8 
132 
216 
409 
129 
349 
370 
414 
437 

24 
326 
109 
113 
167 

84 
160 
409 

86 
445 

26 
221 
468 

29 
170 
126 
155 
210 

\)^> 
295 
135 
309 

145 
400 
409 
60 
370 
243 



108 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


l.AWS, — (coniinned) : 












of Knghmtl, or Great Britain . 


1726— 


2: 43 


1726 


2 


60 




1745— 


3 : 295 


1761 


6 


220 


of Massachusetts, about soldiers 


, 


, 


1747 


3 


458 


LEACH. Jami:s: 












jietitioii ..... 






1753 


4 


323 


L1:A1) {see also BuUHs) : 












transportation of . . . 




, 


1746 


3 


414 


LEAKAGIC (.SVC also Wastage) : 












of iicjuors .... 


1717- 


1:193 


1717 


1 


194 


LKARK (.sec Lanydon, above). 












LEATHER : 












tanned solo, tax rate 


1752— 


4 : 251 


1754 


4 


♦ 445 


1755— 4 : 54!) 


1757— 


5 : 277 


1758 


5 


385 


17.08— 5:38!) 


1759— 


6: 2 


1760 


6 


105 


1761— 6:213 


1762— 


6 : 265 


1763 


6 


338 


1704— G:.396 


1765— 


7: 29 


1766 


7 


84 


LEATHERS, Ai-.kl: 












scout ..... 


, , 


, , 


1745 


3 


255 


LEATHERS, EinvAnD: 












scout ..... 


, 


, 


1745 


3 


255 


LKATIIKRS;, Sakaii {aec Carpenter, Qrcemmml). 










LEATHERS, Thomas: 












soldier under Colonel Blanchard 


, 


, 


1756 


5 


75 


to apjjear .... 


. 


. 


1773 


8 


135 


LEA V ITT, BiiNJA>ux: 












)etition ..... 


, , 


. 


1719 


1 


236 


LEAV TT, James : 












muster-roll .... 


, 


, 


1724 


2 


11 


LEAVITT, Jkukmiaii: 












account ..... 


, 


, , 


1758 


5 


377 


LEAVITT, Moses [" Leavit, Levet"] : 












member . . 174,5 — 3:115 


I74r>— 


3 : 128 


1745 


3 


132 


1745— 3 : 144 


1745— 


3 : 156 


1745 


3 


158 


1745— 3 : 159 


1745— 


3 : 159 * 


1745 


3 


162 


1745— 3 : 1G8 


1745— 


3:172 


1745 


3 


176 


174,o_ ,3 : IKO 


1745— 


3 : 184 


1745 


3 


185 


1745— 3 : 187 


1745— 


3:189 


1745 


3 


196 


1745 3 : 203 


1745— 


3 : 215 


1745 


3 


222 


1745 3 : 223 


1745— 


3 : 243 


1745 


3 


262 


1745— 3:295 


1746— 


3 : 341 


1746 


3 


355 


1746— 3:360 


1746 


3 : 368 


1746 


3 


385 


1746— 3:388 


1746— 


3 : 401 


1746 


3 


408 


1746— 3:409 


1746 


3 : 428 


1746 


3 


443 


1747— 3:448 


1747— 


3 : 449 


1747 


3 


451 


1747— 3 : 453 


1747— 


3 : 460 


1747 


3 


461 


1747— 3:482 


1747— 


3:497 


1747 


3 


498 


1747— 3:505 


1747— 


3 : 512 


1747 


3 


520 


1747— .3:528 


1747— 


4: 2 


1747 


4 


29 


1747— 4: 37 


1747— 


4: 42 


1747 


4 


5(5 


1747— 4: .'j7 


1748— 


4: 84 


174S 


4 


98 


1749— 4 : 100 


1749— 


4 : 105 


1749 


4 


106 


17,50— 4: 10 


1751— 


4: 9 


1753 


4 


347 


invalid volunteer 




. 


1746 


3 


330 


widow of 






1746 


3 


404 


clerk of Bow, to appear . 






1754 


4 


401 


LEAVITT, Nathaniel : 












enlisted, but not passed . 




. 


1760 


6 


117 


LEAVITT, C'AiT. Samuel: 












muster-roll, etc. 1757— 5 : 222 


1757— 


5 : 223 


1761 


6 


217 


umstcr-master 


. 176.>— 


6:455 


1765 


6 


456 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



199 



LEAVITT, Capt. Samuel, — {continued) : 

sheriff, eased .... 
LEAVITT, Samuel, and otueks: 

petition ..... 
LEAVITT, Thomas: 

petition ..... 

to appear ..... 
LEAVITT & Sanbokn: 

petition 

LEAVITT'S ToMTs- [Effingham] : 

inventory taken 

ratable estate, proportion, and jjolls 
LEBANON : 

ratable estate, proportion, and polls 
LEE: 

set off from Durham 



inventory , 1767 — 7 : 160 

lands in, conveyed . 
LEE, Dr. Joseph: 

account 

LEGACIES : 

partition of ... . 
LEGISLATURE (see also General Court) : 

turned gaol key on soldier 
LEGORSE, George: 

asks pardon tor affront to members 
LEIGHTON, Luke Mills : 



1765- 
1766- 
1768- 



minor, deed to, voiding 



LEMPSTER (see also Btqjjjlin) : 

inventory ..... 

LETTERS (sec also Colonics) : 

from Major-General Abercrombic 



from and to asrents at court 



2 : 
2: 
3: 
3 

4: 
6: 



5: 
6; 
6 



71 
165 
107 
322 
442 
311 

485 

37 

300 



1727— 

1729- 

1744— 

1746— 

1754— 

1763— 
of General Amherst 

1759- 

1760— 

1762- 

of Charles Aj^thorp .... 
of Theodore Atkinson 
from J. II. Bastidc, engineer . 
of Marquis Beauharnois, govern(n' of 

of Enos Bishop .... 

from Col. J. Blanchard . 

of Peter Bours .... 

from Bdui's and Scott 

of British secretary of state 

1759— 5 : 485 
1761— 6:170 
1761— 6:182 
of Governor Clinton 



1747— 3 
1771— 8 



1724— 
1727— 
1742— 
1745— 
1746— 
1760— 
1770— 

1759- 

1760- 
1762- 



2: 
2 : 
3I 
o : 
o : 
6: 
8: 

5: 
6: 
6: 



Canada 
1747— 3 



45 
62 

218 



445 
61 



1754_ 4: 

1754— 4: 

1755— 5 ; 

1758— 5 : 

1759— 5 ; 
1761— 6 : 
1766— 7: 



12* 
106 

35 
256 
436 
116 

21 

486 

38 

301 



516 

453 

458 

14 

446 

486 

172 

71 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1767 


7 


1765 


7 


1723 


1 


1770 


8 


1742 


3 


1773 


8 


1773 


8 


1773 


8 


1766 


7 


1766 


7 


1773 


8 


1768 


7 


1761 


6 


1714 


1 


1759 


6 


1747 


3 


1771 


8 


1773 


8 


1758 


5 


1723 


1 


1726 


2 


1728 


2 


1743 


3 


1746 


3 


1752 


4 


1762 


6 


1771 


8 


1759 


5 


1759 


6 


1760 


6 


1762 


6 


1746 






1757 


5 


1744 






1747 


3 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1757 


5 


1755 


5 


1758 


5 


1759 


5 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1766 


7 


1745 







PAGE. 
123 

39 

398 
2 

30 

153 

157 

160 

60 

65 

157 

216 

216 
77 
19 

447 
65 

159 

371 
398 

51 
129 

47 
310 
275 
306 

58 
484 

19 
223 
302 
322 
222 

77 

517 
478 
454 
463 
306 

15 
362 
484 
120 
174 

82 
265 



200 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAB. 


VOL. 


I'AUK. 


].KTTKn9,,— (ro7ilimtrd) : 








In 1111 Major Davis 


1747 


3 


4(;7 


from Lit'Ult'iiant-Govenior Dt'Ijam-y 1751 — 4:451 


1755 


6 


25 


from Lieutcnaiit-CJovurnor Diiiiimur 1726 — 2: 41 


1727 


2 


84 


from Janu'S Faniimi ...... 


1744 


3 


100 


from (lov. Thomas Fitrli of C'onnt'cticiil . 


1755 


5 


25 


1755— 5: 58 1758— 5:383 


1758 


5 


400 


of (ic'ii. Thoma.s Gage . . . 1761 — 6:383 


1764 


6 


384 


ofCapl. Israel (lilinan ...... 


1760 


6 


83 


from Col. Tflcr (iilmaii ...... 


1755 


5 


55 


of .loliii (iollc ........ 


1746 


3 


322 


of Lii'iilcnant-Coloiicl (Jorliam .... 


1747 


3 


151 


of governor 


1711 


1 


1) 


1711— 1: 12 1711— 1: 13 


1711 


1 


1 1 


1711— 1: 15 1711- 1: 17 


1711 


1 


21 


1711— 1: 23 1713— 1: 51) 


1713 


1 


60 


1721— 1:306 1722— 1:327 


1722 


1 


329 


1722— 1:332 1722— 1:334 


1722 


1 


335 


1722— 1 : 337 1722— 1 : 341 


1722 


1 


343 


1722— 1:344 1722— 1 : 34<J 


1722 


1 


380 


1742— 2:616 1747— 3:452 


1768 


7 


229 


ae('omi)anyiiii:- govornor\s address 1762 — 6 : 246 


1762 


6 


247 


of lii'utcnaiit-govenior . . . 1715 — 1 : 122 


1737 


2 


489 


of Earl of Hal if a.\ .... 1764—6:383 


1764 


6 


384 


of Earl of Hillsborough . . . 1768 7 : 229 


1768 


7 


231 


1768— 7 : 268 


1771 


8 


97 


of Colonel Hin.sdalo . . . 1754 — 4 : 373 


1754 


4 


400 


17.55 — 5: 13 1756 — 5: 71 


1758 


5 


328 


from Earl of Holdcmess 


1754 


4 


370 


from and to house of rei)resentatives, etc., Con- 








necticut . 1774— 8 : 170 1774 8 : 179 


1774 


8 


180 


from and to house of representatives, etc., Mary- 








land 1770— 8 : 29 


1774 


8 


170 


1774— 8:180 


1774 


8 


181 


from and to house of representatives, etc., Massa- 








chusetts 1765— 6 : 430 


1765 


7 


20 


176.5— 7: 21 1768— 7: 192 


1768 


7 


200 


1768— 7:244 1774— 8:170 


1774 


8 


178 


' from and to house of representatives, etc.. New 








York 


1775 


8 


222 


from and to house of rcpi'osentatives, etc., Rhode 








Island . 1765 6:430 1773 8:161 


177;; 


s 


162 


from :iim1 to house of representatives, etc., AMrginia 


176S 


7 


260 


1768 7:263 1770 7:338 


1770 


s 


22 


1770— 8: 27 1773— 8:161 


1774 


8 


171 


of George Jafl'roy 


1747 


3 


465 


from Colonel Johnson 


1755 


4 


550 


from General Johnson 


1755 


5 


55 


of Sir William Johnson . . 17ii2 — 6:277 


1762 


6 


278 


to the king (sec also Address) 


1745 


3 


216 


from Commodore Knovvles . 1717 — I: 13 


1747 


4 


16 


from lords commissioners, etc. .... 


1743 


• > 


M 


1744_ 3: 83 1714— 3: l(i7 


1747 


1 


16 


1747— 4: IS 1750— 4: 1x3 


175;; 


1 


363 


1754_ 4:371 1751— 4:372 


175'.) 


5 


494 


of Earl of Loudon • . 


1756 


5 


163 


17,-,r,— 5: 170 


175S 


5 


313 


1758 5:323 1758 5:330 


1758 


5 


337 


of Mrs. Maccrcss 


1740 


2 


563 


of IJcutcnant-CJovornor Mascarcne .... 


1717 


3 


454 


of Colonel Meserve 


i7.">(; 


5 


154 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



201 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


LETTERS, — {continued) : 










from Col. Samuel Moore . 


, 


, 


1745 


3 


177 


1745— 3 : 178 


1745— 


3:250 


1745 


3 


253 


174.5— 3 : 258 


1745— 


3 : 265 


1746 


3 


341 


from Dixke of New Castle 


, 


, 


1746 


3 


358 




1746— 


3 : 362 


1746 


3 


364 


1746 3 : 372 


1747— 


4: 13 


1747 


4 


16 


1747— 4: 25 


1747— 


4: 47 


1747 


4 


57 


relating to the Ohio 


. 


, , 


1755 


5 


14 


of Lieutenant Parker 


, 


. 


1756 


6 


170 


from General Pepperell . 


1745 


3 : 178 


1745 


3 


199 


1745— 3 : 200 


1745— 


3:250 


1745 


3 


253 


from Lieutenant-Governor Phipj^s 


. 


, 


1755 


4 


545 




1755— 


5: 8 


1755 


5 


9 


1755— 5 : 25 


1755 


5: 58 


1757 


5 


221 


from Gov. Thomas Pownall 






1760 


6 


66 




1760— 


6: 96 


1760 


6 


98 


from Sir Thomas Robinson 


1754— 


4:474 


1754 


4 


475 


1755— 4 : 502 


1755 — 


4 : 515 


1755 


4 


516 


1756 5: 89 


1756— 


5: 102 


1756 


5 


115 


fi-om James Scales . 


, 


, , 


1744- 


3 


77 


from Edward Scott {sec also from Bours, etc.. 


above) 


1744 


3 


80 


to Earl of Shelburne 




, , 


1768 


7 


231 


of Col. Peter Schuyler 


, 


, , 


1759 


6 


9 


of Governor Shirley of Massachusetts 


, 


1744 


3 


82 


1745 3:128 


1745— 


3 : 159TI 


1745 


3 


160 


1745— 3 : 194 


1745— 


3 : 195 


1745 


3 


199 


1745— 3:200 


1745- 


3 : 252 


1745 


3 


265 


1746— 3:387 


1746— 


3 : 395 


1747 


3 


454 


1747— 3:477 


1747— 


3 : 481 


1747 


3 


498 


1747— 3:499 


1747— 


3 : 501 


1747 


3 


502 


1747— 3:504 


1747— 


3 : 509 


1747 


3 


512 


1747_ 3:516 


1747- 


3 : 517 


1747 


4 


13 


1747— 4: 16 


1748— 


4: 61 


1754 


4 


449 


1755— 4 : 488 


1755 


4 : 489 


1755 


4 


531 


1755 — 5 : 5 


1755— 


5: 58 


1756 


5 


74 


1756— 5 : 79 


1756 


5: 97 


1756 


5 


120 


of Capt. Wasliingtoii Shirley . 




. , 


1755 


5 


58 


of ministers of southern colonies 




. 


1763 


6 


321 


of Colonel Stoddard 


1747— 


3:477 


1747 


3 


481 


from ISIr. Stone 


, 


, , 


1741 


3 


95 


of Major Tash .... 




. , 


175,s 


5 


350 


of Admiral Vernon . 


, , 


, , 


1742 


2 


649 


of M. Vodrell .... 


. 


. 


1725 


2 


15 


from Richard Waldron 


, , 


, , 


1746 


3 


307 


from Commodore Warren 


. 


, 


1745 


3 


253 


from Admiral Warren 


. 


. 


1746 


3 


387 


from Colonel Wendall 


, 


, 


1755 


4 


550 


of General Wentworth 


. 


, , 


1742 


2 


616 


from Josiah W^illard 


1756— 


5: 81 


1756 


5 


82 


from Secretary Willard of Massachi 


isetts 


. 


1747 


3 


501 




1748— 


4: 70 


1755 


4 


545 


of General Winslow 


1756— 


5 : 154 


1757 


5 


247 


of credit {sec also Bills of Exchange') 


, 


, 


1759 


6 


8 


LEVIES {see also Enlisting, etc.) : 












of soldiers . . 


1747— 


3 : 503 


1755 


5 


34 


1758— 5 : 364 


1761— 


6:195 


1761 


6 


231 


1762— 6 : 249 


1762— 


6 : 251 


1762 


6 


253 


LEVroS, Peter [" Livius, Livis "] : 












of the council .... 


. 1766— 


7: 68 


1766 


7 


70 


1766— 7: 81 
26 


1766— 


7: 90 


1766 


7 


92 



202 



Index to Journals of House of Eepresentatives, 



Li:VIUS. Vi:TVM, — (coHlinucd) 
ol" the cuuncil 17G(J 



7: i»6 
17G7— 7 : 122 
1767— 7 : V^2 
1767— 7: 147 

1767— 7 : 151 
17(38— 7: 19H 

1768— 7 : 2<tS 
17(58— 7 : 226 
1768— 7:21H 

1768— 7 : 260 

1769— 7 -.'MM 
1760— 7 ; 

1770— 7: 

1771— 8 



:]26 

;358 

73 



LEWIS, Bknjamin : 

inviilid soldier 

LE\\is, ^^■IIXIA3I: 

account 
LIBBY, AiiRAiiAM : 

petition 
LIBBY, Mus. EuzAUETii: 

to appear 
LIBBY, Geokge: 

commissary, etc. 

LIBBY, Jekemiah : 
claim, etc. 



173o— 
1746— 
1755— 



2 : 
3: 
1: 



448 
417 

488 



LIBBY. TnEODOKE : 

question of his clerkship . 

claim ..... 

charge against 
LICENSED H< .USES : 

disorders in, suppressed . 

to constantly keep beer and cider 

keepers sworn .... 

regulated ..... 



1767— 
1767— 
1767— 
17(57— 
1767— 
1768— 
176K— 
1768— 
1768— 
17()8— 
1769- 
1770— 
1771— 
1771 — 



7: 
7 : 

7 : 
7 : 
7 : 
7 : 
I : 
7 : 
7 : 
7 : 
7 : 
7 : 
8: 
8: 



112 
125 
1:58 
14S 
169 
194 
221 
2:34 
25:3 
279 
:^11 

;337 

63 
86 



1745— 3:275 



1747— 3:513 



1745— 3: 
1760— 6 : 



1732— 
17:37— 
175:3— 



159 
62 

370 
485 
329 
503 



1755— 4: 
1757— 5 : 207 

1716— 1:140 



1760— 
1761— 



6: 
6: 



1734— 2:429 



17G()— 6 : 79 



1761— 6: 125 
Theodore Atkin-son's, New Castle 
( "hrislimi Baker's 
A\'illi:ini Diiiiiels's .... 

Benjamin Follet's .... 

Major (iilman's loghouse by the In-idge 

at ilampton Falls 

Ilann:ili Iloi'iiey's 

Colonel Backer's, Greenland ... 

gaol-keeper's, at Portsmoutii ... 

Jabez Sniitli's ....... 

John Underwood's, New Castle 

Mary Williams's 

LICENSES (sec also Pnblick Houses) : 

to sell strong drink . . . . T . 

1722— 1 
to taverners, retailers, ete., by <|uarter sessions 
for taverns, subject to limitation . 1758 — 5 



111 
135 



17.58— o 
(liquor) fees, go to county 



422 



1758— 5 
1771— 8 



355 

420 
423 
109 



YK.VK. 



VOL. 



1767 
1767 
1767 
1767 
1767 
1768 
1768 
1768 
1768 
1769 
1769 
1770 
1771 
1774 

1746 

1747 

1747 

1761 

1745 
1760 

1732 
1745 
1753 
1755 

1757 
1757 
1757 

1716 
1721 
1727 
1760 
1761 
1761 
1723 
1735 
1731 
1727 
1719 
1742 
1 760 
1718 
1726 
1742 
1723 
17;3« 

1721 
1728 
1727 
17.^8 
1758 
1772 



7 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
8 
8 



3 

4 



3 
6 

2 
3 
4 
5 

5 

5 



1 
1 
2 
6 
6 
6 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
6 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 

1 
2 
2 
5 
5 
8 



PAUE. 



120 

131 
146 
149 
170 
197 
225 
239 
254 
297 
319 
357 
67 
166 

306 

499 

45 

137 

X 159 
65 

410 

2S9 

330 

1 

208 
244 
254 

150 
2S6 
80 
105 
121 
152 

3.h;» 

443 
354 

89 
238 
652 

86 
227 

<;4 

621 
391 
535 

285 
112 
80 
421 
4:50 
114 



Province op New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



203 









TEAK. 


vol,. 


ST 

PAGE. 


LIEUTENANTS : 












wages 




, 


1745 


3 


216 


1746— 3:325 


1746— 


3 : 384 


1746 


3 


387 


1756— 5:117 


1757— 


5:238 


1758 


6 


378 


1759— 6: 4 


1761— 


6 : 193 


1762 


6 


254 


LIEUTENANT-COLONEL (see Colonel, 


Lieulcnan 


t). 








LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR (see Governor, Lieutenant) . 








LIGGETT, James : 












petition ..... 


. 1757— 


5:228 


1757 


5 


251 


LIGHT, Ebenezer : 












muster-roll .... 


. 1746— 


3:431 


1746 


3 


532 


LIGHT, John : 












charged with reproachful speeches 


, rellecting upon 








the house .... 


, 


, . 


1746 


3 


392 


claim 


. 1754— 


4:421 


1755 


4 


497 


excise bonds .... 


, , 


. 


1755 


4 


573 


LIGHT, Lieut. Robert : 












on committee .... 


. 1754— 


4:378 


1754 


4 


573 


LIGHT-HOUSE : 












battery 


, 


. 


1746 


3 


308 


in Piscataqua harbor, Portsmouth 


, , 


. 


1765 


7 


19 


at fort William and Mary 


. 1721— 


1:290 


1771 


8 


98 


1771— 8 : 109 


1771— 


8:111 


1771 


8 


113 


1772— 8:116 


1772— 


8:117 


1772 


8 


127 


1773 8:135 


1773— 


8:136 


1773 


8 


138 


1773 8 : 142 


1774— 


8:197 


1774 


8 


206 


1774— 8 : 207 


1774— 


8:208 


1774 


8 


211 


LIMERICK [Stoddard] : 












inventory .... 


• 


. 


1773 


8 


159 


LIMITATION : 












of actions .... 


. 1761— 


6:158 


1766 


7 


66 


1771— 8 : 64 


1771— 


8:108 


1771 


8 


109 


of time for laying out grants . 


. 1724— 


2: 5 


1724 


2 


8 


licenses for taverns subject to . 


. 1758 


5:420 


1758 


5 


421 


1758— 5:422 


1758— 


5:423 


1758 


5 


430 


of time of prosecuting appeals to court of supreme 








probate . 1771— 8 : 70 


1774— 


8:170 


1774 


8 


193 


1774— 8 : 203 


1774— 


8:204 


1774 


8 


211 


of time for demands against intestate estates 


, 


1774 


8 


209 


LINE (see also Bounds) : 












province . . 1713 — 1 : 66 


1716 


1 : 143 


1716 


1 


155 


1716— 1:156 


1716— 


1 : 164 


1718 


1 


223 


1719— 1:233 


1719— 


1:234 


1719 


1 


242 


1720 1 : 248 


1720— 


1:255 


1724 


2 


9 


1726— 2: 43 


1726— 


2: 44 


1726 


2 


57 


1726— 2: 61 


1726— 


2: 62 


1727 


2 


95 


1728— 2:114 


1728— 


2:115 


1729 


2 


147 


1729— 2 : 149 


1729— 


2:161 


1729 


2 


163 


1730— 2:309 


1730 


2:313 


1730 


2 


314 


1730 2 : 315 


1730— 


2:316 


1730 


2 


317 


1730 2 : 321 


1730 


2:322 


1730 


2 


324 


1730— 2 : 325 


1730— 


2:326 


1730 


2 


327 


1730— 2:328 


1730— 


2:334 


1731 


2 


337 


1731— 2 : 338 


1731— 


2 : 340 


1731 


2 


342 


1731— 2:343 


1731— 


2:344 


1731 


2 


347 


1731— 2:348 


1731— 


2 : 349 


1731 


2 


351 


1731— 2:352 


1731— 


2:353 


1731 


2 


354 


1731— 2 : 3.55 


1731— 


2 : 356 


1731 


2 


357 


1731— 2 : 359 


1731— 


2:360 


1731 


2 


361 


1731— 2 : 362 


1731— 


2 : 363 


1731 


2 


364 


1732— 2 : 365 


1732— 


2:367 


1733 


2 


385 



204 



Index to Jouunals of House of Representatives, 



! 


YEAR. 


VOL. 


I'AGE. 


LINES, — (co7Uinued) : 




1 






provjncu . . 1733— 2:390 


1734— 


2 : 399 


1734 


2 


40o 


1734— 2:403 


1734— 


2:4i>6 


1735 


2 


446 


1736— 2:459 


1736— 


2 : 40(J 


1736 


2 


468 


1736— 2:473 


1737— 


2:480 


1737 


2 


483 


1737— 2:486 


1737— 


2:492 


1737 


2 


495 


1737— 2:496 


1737— 


2:498 


1737 


2 


499 


1737— 2:500 


1737— 


2:501 


1737 


2 


502 


4737- 2:503 


1737— 


2 : 504 


1737 


2 


505 


1737— 2:508 


1737— 


2:509 


1737 


2 


512 


1737— 2:514 


1737— 


2 : 515 


1737 


2 


516 


1737— 2:517 


1737— 


2:518 


1737 


2 


519 


1737— 2:520 


1737— 


2:521 


1737 


2 


522 


1737— 2:523 


1737— 


2:524 


1737 


2 


525 


1737— 2:526 


1737— 


2 : 527 


1738 


2 


530 


1738— 2:531 


1740— 


2 : 548 


1740 


2 


556 


1740— 2:558 


1740 


2 : 563 


1742 


2 


613 


1742— 2:616 


1742— 


2 : 620 


1742 


2 


623 


1742— 2 : 624 


1742— 


2:632 


1742 


2 


634 


1742— 2:639 


1742— 


2:640 


1742 


2 


641 


1742— 2:644 


1742— 


2:648 


1742 


2 


650 


174:3— 3: 62 


1745— 


3:243 


1745 


3 


251 


1747— 4: 19 


1769— 


7:324 


1773 


8 


140 


LINEN : 












sealer of, in Loiulonderry 


, 




1731 


2 


345 


LINSEED Oil : 












mill, monopoly, AValpole 


, 


, , 


1773 


8 


155 


LIQUORS {i>ce also Excise, Forfeitures, 


Leakage 


Rum, 








Sjnriluous Lif/uors, Tijjple, a7id Wine) : 












impost on .... 


1717— 


1 : 193 


1717 


1 


194 


importation of . 


1721— 


1 : 303 


1721 


1 


305 


allowance for .... 


1745— 


3:282 


1746 


3 


391 


selling le-ss than twenty-live gallons 


at once, 


i-esti-ic- 








tion 


, 


, , 


1754 


4 


398 


LITCHFIELD: 












petition 




, 


1744 


3 


*228 


petitioner from 




. 


1770 


8 


49 


representative . 1745 — 3 : 157 


1758— 


5 : 434 


1758 


5 


436 


1758— 5 : 512 


1759— 


6 : 228 


1760 


6 


230 


1761— 6 : 232 


1762— 


6 : 256 


1762 


6 


257 


1762— 6 : 458 


1763— 


6 : 462 


1764 


6 


464 


1765 — 7 : 176 


1766— 


7: 178 


1767 


7 


182 


1768— 7 : 350 


1769— 


7:352 


1770 


7 


354 


1770— 8 : 1 p 


1771— 


8: 2p 


1771 


8 


105 


1772— 8:115 


1773 


8:144 


1774 


8 


164 


1774— 8 : 184 


1774— 


8:188 


1775 


8 


218 


double rating stopped 




, , 


1746 


3 


377 


Uixation of ... . 


, 


, 


1746 


3 


388 


tax proportion .... 


• • 


. 


1761 


6 


211 


classed for e.xcisc 


. 1752— 


4:239 


1755 


4 


610 


inventory . . 1753— 4 : 293 


1760 


6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


17G7— 7:160 


1768— 


7:218 


1773 


8 


158 


selectmen to appear . 


1754— 


4 : 475 


1770 


7 


339 


soldiers jn-ovisioned at 


, 


, 


1763 


6 


339 


support oi Patrick Bonner by . 
LIITLE, Damel : 


, , 




1770 


8 


1 












member 


, , 


, , 


1758 


5 


434 


1758— 5 : 436 


1758— 


5 : 512 


1759 


5 


468 


1759— 5 : 469 


1759— 


5:470 


1759 


5 


473 


1759— 5 : 479 


1759— 


5:484 


1759 


5 


486 


1759— 5 : 487 


1759— 


5:489 


1759 


5 


491 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



205 



LITTLE, Daniel, 
member . 



{continued) : 
1759— 
1759— 
1760— 
1760— 
1761— 
1761— 



493 

7 

34 

60 

167 

174 



1759- 
1759- 
1760- 
1760- 
1761- 
1761- 



LITTLE, Moses : 

petition 
LITTLE HARiiOR: 

governor's seat at 



1758— 5 : 332 



LITTLEHALE, John : 

estate of, heirs to appear 
LITTLEHALE, Samuel: 

heirs confirmed 
LITTLETON & Grotster (see also Grotster, etc.) : 

V. James Hodges 

LIVERMORE, Matthew : 

member, clerk, attorney-general, etc 



1744— 
1746— 
1752— 
1752— 
1752— 
1752— 
1752— 
1753— 
1753— 
1753— 
1754— 
1754— 
1754— 
1754— 
1754— 
1755— 
1755— 
1755— 
1755— 
1765— 
1758— 
1761— 
LIVERMORE, Sajiltel : 

member, attorney-gen oi'al, etc 



81 

436 

216 

241 

245 

267 

380 

338 

356 

384 

394 

432 

449 

470 

476 

4:492 

4 : 508 

4:530 

4:574 

5: 41 

5 : 380 

6:166 



1766- 

1768— 

1768— 

1768— 

1769— 

1769— 

1769— 

1770— 

1770— 

1770— 

1770— 

1770— 

1771— 

1771— 

1771— 

1773— 



/ : 
7 : 
7: 
7: 

7: 
7: 
7 : 
7: 
8: 
8: 
8: 
8: 
8: 
8: 
8: 
8: 



75 

233 

244 

255 

282 

298 

320 

343 

1 

32 

49 

53 

71 

83 

102 

148 



1742— 
1745— 
1748— 
1752— 
1752— 
1752— 
1752— 
1753— 
1753— 
1753— 
1754— 
1754— 
1754— 
1754— 
1754— 
1754— 
1755 — 
1755— 
1755— 
1755— 
1755— 
1759— 
1761— 



1766— 

1768— 
1768— 
1768— 
1769— 
1769— 
1769— 
1770— 
1770— 
1770— 
1770— 
1770— 
1771— 
1771— 
1771— 
1773— 



2 

15 

56 

68 

168 

200 



1761— 6 : 207 



648 
:248 
: 86 
:219 
;243 
:263 
:268 
; 299 
:342 
:361 
:369 
;406 
:441 
:451 
471 
481 
:493 
:520 
:537 
; 
: 46 
; 12 
;212 



86 

235 

249 

264 

283 

:299 

352 

354 

; 3 

: 40 

51 

54 

77 

88 

109 

153 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1759 


6 


1759 


6 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1770 


8 


1761 


(; 


1762 


6 


17.57 


5 


1758 


5 


1753 


4 


1740 


2 


1744 


o 


1745 


3 


1748 


4 


1752 


4 


1752 


4 


1752 


4 


1752 


4 


1753 


4 


1753 


4 


1753 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1755 


4 


1755 


4 


1755 


4 


1755 


5 


1757 


5 


1760 


6 


1762 


6 


1766 


7 


1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1769 


7 


1769 


7 


1770 


7 


1770 


8 


1770 


8 


1770 


8 


1770 


8 


1771 


8 


1771 


8 


1771 


8 


1772 


8 


1774 


8 



PAGE. 



4 

28 

59 

166 

173 

232 

49 

186 
275 

308 

336 

305 

550 
80 
265 
96 
223 
244 
266 
274 
311 
345 
368 
393 
415 
446 
454 
474 
552 
507 
521 
558 
39 
272 
107 
265 

53 
226 
236 
251 
350 
285 
302 
339 

Pl 

7 

48 

52 

p2 

80 

95 

121 

194 



20f; 



Index to Journals <»r House of liEPRESENTATiVKS, 





YKAB. 


vou 


PACK. 


LIVIUS {seeLevim). 












i.OANS {see also Dills 


of (Jrcdil) 














govt'nimeDt 


. 


. 


173S— 


2 : .'.30 


173« 


2 


.532 








1719— 


4: 126 


1758 


5 


446 


LOBBY: 
















keys to tlif 


, , 


. 






1765 


7 


3« 


LOCK, Bi.akk: 
















" liirt'tl," wages 


sloi)t 


, 


. 


. 


1760 


6 


76 


iiiistukc iorn;ctr 


I 


, 


, 


, 


1760 


6 


'.t| 


LOCK, Ei'iiKAiM : 
















Sdldinr, umli-r ('; 


iptain Clcuii-nl 




, 


1754 


4 


JOS 


L( )CK, FiCANcis : 
















iiiuster-roll 


, 


, 






1747 


3 


479 


r^OCK. Jonathan : 
















lUfiubcr . 


. 


. 




. 


1745 


3 


115 




1745— 


3:118 


1745 


3 : 131 


1745 


3 


132 




1745— 


3 : 138 


1745— 


3 : 139 


1745 


3 


147 




1745— 


:; : 151 


1745 


3 : 152 


1745 


3 


153 




1745— 


.".:15.S 


171.0— 


3: 1.09 


1745 


3 


* ]5!1 




1745 


:) : 159 t 


174.5— 


3 : 159 t 


1745 


3 


161 




1745— 


3 : 165 


1745 


3:166 


1745 


3 


167 




1745— 


3 : 168 


174.5— 


3 : 172 


1745 


3 


176 




1745 


3:179 


1745— 


3:180 


1745 


3 


203 


LOCK, JosEi'U : 
















petition 


1742— 


3: 30 


1742— 


3: 36 


1745 


3 


224 




1745— 


.3 : 242 


1745— 


3:265 


1745 


3 


294 


LOCK-CASE : 
















for sokliers 






, 


, 


1758 


6 


.371 


LOGG^VN. John : 
















l)etition 


, 


, 


, 


. 


1760 


6 


60 


LONDON : 
















agents, etc., at . 


, 


. 


1761— 


6:133 


1765 


7 


39 








1771— 


8: 73 


1774 


8 


182 


bills of exchange, etc., on 


, , 


1758— 


5 : 365 


1765 


6 


431 








17(;5— 


6 : 448 


1765 


7 


8 


government in . 
etter from 


, 


, , 


, 


, , 


1723 


1 


382 


, , 


. 


, 


, , 


1723 


1 


380 


markets . 


, , 


, , 




, 


1720 


1 


257 


ships from 


, 




. 


• 


1734 


2 


398 


llONDON Gazette: 
















newspaper 


, , 


, , 


, 




1716 


1 


177 


LONDONDERRY (^sce 


also Demi) : 












firing guns in, restricted ." 


, 


. 


, 


1724 


1 


419 


representative . 


a . 


. 


, 




1725 


2 


14 




1720- 


2: 35 


1727— 


2:100 


1727 


2 


101 




1728— 


2:121 


1728— 


2:143 


1729 


2 


160 




1729— 


2:165 


1730— 


2:307 


1730 


2 


335 




1732— 


2 : 376 


1734— 


2 : 397 


1734 


2 


422 




1735 


2 : 433 


1736— 


2 : 457 


1737 


2 


475 




1737— 


2 : 496 


1737— 


2:511 


1738 


2 


530 




1739— 


2 : 542 


1742— 


2:610 


1745 


3 


115 




1745— 


;l:119 


1745— 


3:184 


1745 


3 


185 




174.0— 


3:187 


1745— 


3 : 262 


1746 


3 


368 




1747— 


4: 2 


1748— 


4: 4 


1749 


4 


100 




1749— 


4 : 105 


17.50— 


4: 10 


1751 


4 


6 




1751— 


4: 9 


1752-^ 


4:217 


17.52 


4 


224 




1752— 


I : 380 


175.3— 


4 : 384 


1753 


4 


3«6 




1754— 


4 : 652 


1755— 


4:558 


17.55 


5 







1755— 


5: 41 


1755— 


5: 49 


1755 


5 


258 




1756— 


5: 95 


1756— 


5 : 260 


1756 


5 


515 




1757— 


5:264 


1757— 


6:506 


1768 


5 


434 



Peovince of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



207 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


LONDONDERRY, — (conti7iued) : 












representative . 1758 — 6 : 436 


1758— 


5 : 512 


1759 


6 


228 


1760 6 : 230 


1761— 


6 : 232 


1762 


6 


239 


1762— 6:458 


1763 


6 : 462 


1764 


6 


464 


1765 7 : 176 


1766— 


7 : 178 


1767 


7 


182 


1768 7 : 261 


1768— 


7 : 262 


1768 


7 


269 


1769— 7:283 


1769— 


7 : 352 


1770 


7 


354 


1770 8 : 1 p 


1771— 


8: 2p 


1771 


8 


105 


1771— 8 : 107 


1772— 


8:114 


1772 


8 


115 


1773— 8 : 144 


1774 


8:164 


1774 


8 


184 


1774— 8 : 187 


1774 


8:192 


1774 


8 


194 


1774— 8 : 200 


1774— 


8 : 205 


1775 


8 


218 


taxation of ... . 


, 


, , 


1725 


2 


14 


1726— 2: 35 


1726— 


2: 36 


1727 


2 


75 


1727— 2 : 77 


1737— 


2:496 


1756 


5 


66 


committee sent to . 


, 


• 


1726 


2 


47 


lands in, valuation . 




. 


1728 


2 


136 


land, accounted 400 acres 


, 




1728 


2 


140 


trade valuation in . 


, 


, 


1728 


2 


140 


inventory . 1753— 4:293 


1760 


6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 7 : 160 


1768 


7:218 


1773 


8 


156 


classed for excise .... 


1752— 


4:239 


1755 


4 


510 


petition 


1726— 


2: 35 


1728 


2 


119 


1728 2 : 134 


1728 


2:136 


1730 


2 


311 


1730— 2:313 


1736— 


2 : 462 


1737 


2 


477 


1737— 2 : 492 


1742— 


2:616 


1742 


2 


622 


1742— 2:625 


1742— 


2:641 


1744 


3 


107 


1744— 3 : 108 


1756 


5: 69 


1756 


5 


89 


1758— 5 : 331 


1758— 


5:332 


1760 


6 


40 


1760— 6 : 97 


1760 


6: 99 


1767 


7 


325 


religious society, petition 


. 


, 


1740 


2 


546 




1740 


2:553 


1740 


2 


558 


1740 2 : 565 


1740— 


2:568 


1740 


2 


569 


petitioner from 1734 2 : 428 


1759— 


5:460 


1760 


6 


62 


1760— 6 : 69 


1760 


6: 70 


1764 


6 


417 


exempted from keeping grammar school 




1727 


2 


108 


man, tried .... 


, 




1730 


2 


332 


suits against .... 


, 




1732 


2 


367 


dilllculties antl hardships in 


. 




1733 


2 


384 


sealer of linen in . 


. 




1731 


2 


345 


proprietors' ajipearance . 


1735 


2:428 


1735 


2 


444 


selectmen to ajipear 


1754— 


4 : 396 


1754 


4 


411 


parishes 


1736 


2 : 458 


1773 


8 


148 




1774— 


8 : 166 


1774 


8 


167 


highways 


, 


. 


1742 


2 


649 


1743 3: 50 


1743— 


3: 64 


1760 


6 


40 


1760— 6: 97 


1761— 


6:137 


1765 


7 


12 


1765 7: 31 


1765 


7: 32 


1765 


7 


33 


constable, to refund rates 


, 


, 


1745 


3 


300 


not to rate certain persons, rated in 


Litchfield 


1746 


3 


377 


defence of .... 


1746- 


3 : 324 


1747 


3 


514 


1747— 3 : 518 


1748— 


4: 67 


1748 


4 


74 


express to .... 


, 


, 


1746 


3 


432 


taverners limited .... 


1758 


5 : 336 


1758 


5 


337 


tavern ers augmented 


, 


, 


1760 


(') 


99 


1760— 6 : 105 


1761— 


6 : 148 


1761 


(') 


157 


estate in, divided 


1768— 


7:186 


1768 


7 


197 


county location 


, 


, _ 


1769 


7 


325 


annexing to Hillsborough county 


• 


• • 


-1 ——.1 
1< to 


8 


139 


LONG lsL\my : 












baggage carried to . 


. 


• • 


1757 


5 


267 



208 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


L0Nr,FET>T.OW, Jonathan : 












supplies for ..... 


, 


• 


1747 


3 


521 


petition . . 175.3— 4:332 


1753 


4:354 


1754 


4 


377 


LONGFELLOW. Nathan : 












conslal)le ...... 




, 


1721 


1 


294 




1723— 


1 : 397 


1723 


1 


.399 


1723— 1:4U(J 


1750— 


5: 73 


1750 


5 


74 


broke jail 


1770— 


H: 12 


1770 


8 


82 


1771— S: 91 


1771 — 


8: lf>3 


1772 


8 


121 


LORD, Samuel, 3u, and Paul: 












to aj)pear ...... 




. 


1770 


7 


356 


LOKDS {s(C also Privy Council) : 












of tlie Privy Council 


, 


, 


1737 


2 


482 


commissioners, etc. (see also Thomlinsou, 


Trade, 








and Letters) .... 


1720 


1 : 255 


1731 


2 


352 


1731— 2:354 


1731— 


2 : 356 


1731 


2 


359 


1731— 2:363 


1734— 


2:399 


1734 


2 


417 


1734— 2:420 


1736— 


2 : 469 


1739 


2 


541 


1714— 3: 76 


1754— 


4 : 370 


1759 


5 


490 


1703— 6:368 


1765 


6 : 437 


1768 


7 


229 


justices 


1721— 


1 : 279 


1743 


3 


08 




1745— 


3 : 140 


1745 


3 


158 


LOKD'S DAY: 












obliging attendance on service 




, 


1716 


1 


143 


better observation of, to secure 


, 




1718 


1 


221 


1747— 3:. 514 


1756— 


5: 81 


1756 


5 


83 


175G— 5: 88 


1757— 


5:217 


1757 


5 


273 


1758— 5 : 398 


175.S— 


5 : 400 


1758 


5 


450 


175S— 5 : 451 


1759— 


5 : 462 


1759 


5 


405 


17,-,l»— 5:466 


1759— 


6: 16 


1761 


6 


13H 


1701— 6:148 


1701— 


6:152 


1761 


6 


101 


1701— 6:164 


1761— 


6:165 


1761 


6 


176 


17r,l_ 6:186 


1701— 


6 : 196 


1761 


6 


210 


1701— 6:219 


1702— 


6 : 241 


1762 


6 


242 


1702— 6 : 250 


1702— 


6 : 251 


1762 


6 


204 


1702— 6 : 265 


1762— 


6 : 268 


1762 


6 


271 


1702— : 2S2 


1762— 


6:298 


1763 


6 


314 


1703— 6:315 


17(i3 


6 : 316 


1763 


6 


351 


170;')— 6 : 375 


1763— 


6 : 377 


1764 


6 


38.S 


1764— 6:392 


1704 


6 : 393 


1774 


8 


204 


petition to be set at meeting-house oi 


1 


. 


1766 


7 


70 


LOSS (.svr also Writs) : 












of writs, etc., to prevent . 






1765 


6 


467 


LOSSES : 












allowance for 


1746— 


3 : 403 


1757 


5 


224 


1757— 5:225 


1757— 


5 : 230 


1757 


5 


232 


1757— 5:233 


1757— 


5 : 236 


1758 


5 


345 


17r„s— 5:371 


1758 


5 : 372 


1758 


5 


392 


17.=-,H— 5:405 


1759— 


5 : 498 


1759 








17.'-)9_ 6: 7 


1700— 


6: 40 


1761 


6 


127 


1701— 0:201 


1761— 


6 : 202 


1764 


6 


404 


LOST : 












sundries, at Crown Point . 




, 


1750 


5 


141 


sundries, at L;ike Ceorgo . 


. 


, 


1750 


5 


111 


sundries, at i^ouisburg 


1745— 


3 : 294 


1710 




;!(t.s 


1740— 3:440 


1747-^ 


3 : 522 


1747 


4 


23 


sundries, taken by the enemy . 


. 


. 


1757 


5 


219 


LOST (;<).)i)s: 












recovery, etc., regulated . 


. 


• 


17 IS 


1 


220 


LOT Layers: 












of towns and parishes to run bounils, 


when 


. 


1710 


1 


185 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



209 



LOTHROP : 

V. Tibbetts, John 
LOTTERIES : 

private, suppi-essed 1753 — 4 : 354 
provincial .... 

Dover 



Goffe, John, etc. 

Gosport 

Isles of Shoals . 



Newcastle 



Newmarket 



Philbrook, Joses 
Portsmouth 



1760— 
1760— 
17G1— 



1768— 
1770— 
1757— 
1700- 
1760— 

175'J— 
1760— 
1760— 
1768— 
1772— 
1757— 
1759— 
1760— 



7: 
8: 
5 : 
6: 
6: 

6: 
6: 
6: 
7: 
8: 
5: 
6: 
6: 



35 

83 

143 



272 
13 

235 
35 

83 

'32 

79 

89 

205 

129 

218 

29 

83 



Rye {see also Philbrook, above') 

Rye and Portsmoutli 

1765— 6 : 456 
176.5— 7: 6 
1765— 7: 34 

Stratham and Newmarket 



1754— 
1760— 
1760— 
1760— 
1761— 
1766— 
1767— 
1768— 
1771— 
1757— 
1760— 
1760— 
1757— 
1760— 
1760— 
1768— 
1770— 
1774— 
1757— 
1760— 
1760— 



1765— 
1765— 
1765— 



438 
54 
76 
84 

197 
81 

157 

274 
63 

241 
77 
84 

235 
36 
83 

199 
2 

202 

219 
36 
84 



457 

7 
48 



1760— 6 : 85 



LOUDON : 

granted from Canterbury .... 

inventory 

LOUDON, Eakl of {called also Lord) : 

captain-general of II. M. forces {see also Letters) 

1756— 5 : 
1757— 5:212 1757— 5 
1757— 5 : 227 1757— 5 
1757— 5 : 236 1757— 5 
1757— 5 : 245 1757— 5 

1757— 5 : 292 1757— 5 

1758— 5 : 328 1758— 5 
1758— 5 : 340 1758— 5 



LOUIS BURG {see also Cape Breton and Garrison) : 



expedition 



1745— 

1745— 
1746— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 



3:131 
3:138 
3:141 

148 
151 
154 
158 
176 
198 
207 
221 
224 
230 
236 
242 



1744- 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 



181 
:216 
:231 
:238 
:267 
:304 
:329 
:342 

:228* 

: 134 

:139 

:146 

:149 

:152 

:155 

:159 

:177 

:200 

:208 

:222 

:227 

:231 

:240 

:243 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1766 


7 


1754 


4 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


1767 


7 


1767 


7 


1768 


7 


1771 


8 


1757 


5 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1759 


6 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1768 


7 


1770 


8 


1774 


8 


1757 


5 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1757 


6 


1764 


6 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1766 


7 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1773 


8 


1773 


8 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


6 


1757 


6 


1757 


6 


1758 


6 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 



96 

462 

89 

79 

89 

215 

141 

163 

276 

65 

281 

79 

89 

462 

76 

84 

202 

6 

213 

233 

80 

89 

233 

407 

4 

33 

77 

36 

89 

137 
157 

165 
192 
226 
235 
239 
288 
314 
338 
343 

128 
137 
140 
147 
150 
153 
156 
tl59 
181 
206 
220 
223 
229 
232 
241 
246 



27 



210 



Index to Jottrnals of TTot'sk of Tvki'Rksentatives, 



3 : 251 
3 : 258 
:^ : 205 
3 : 270 
279 
287 
292 
296 
305 
30M 
31 6 
324 
3:331 
3 : 338 
3 : 343 
3 : 374 
3 : :?90 
3 : 394 
3 : 400 
404 
407 
417 
430 
402 



3:409 



LOUISHURG, — (ro,iUnu,d) : 

oxpi'ditiou . 174/) — 

1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1740— 
1740— 
1740— 
1746— 
1746— 
1740— 
1740- 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1740— 
1746— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1748— 
1748— 
1752— 
1758— 

iDonoy (sec also Bills of Credit, bur 
miltee on telling, etc.) . 
1756— 
1757— 
1758— 
1758— 
1758— 
1758- 
1758— 
1700- 
1700— 
1760— 
1701— 
1763— 

council of war at . 

sevenly-two French iieople transjior 

illf'gal trade witli, forbidden 
LOVEKIN, Isaac : 

wounded at Cape Breton . 
LOVEKIN, John: 

claim 

LOVERIN, Ehenezer : 

claim 

LOVEWKLL, Jonathan [" Lovr.i.L"] : 

member, commissai-}-, excise collect 



484 

487 

492 

519 

23 

70 

95 

240 

445 



191 

196 

317 

336 

: 351 

391 

410 

43 

51 

01 

170 

358 



1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1740— 
1740— 
1740— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1740— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1748— 
1748— 
1753— 
1758— 
ning, and 
. 1750— 
1756— 
1757 — 
1758— 
1758— 
1758— 
1758— 
1759— 
1700— 
1700— 
1700— 
1762— 
1705— 

ted from 



3:252 
3 : 259 
3 : 268 
3:272 
3 : 284 
3 : 288 
3 : 293 
3 : 302 
3 : 300 
3:312 
3:317 
3:328 
3 : 333 
3 : 339 
3:347 
3 : 387 
3 : 392 
3 : 395 
3:402 
3:405 
3:411 
3:421 
3 : 440 
3 : 405 
3:475 
3 : 485 
3 : 489 
3:493 
3 : 520 
4: 31 
4: 72 
4: 98 
4:308 
5 : 454 
Com- 
5 : 189 
5 : 193 
5 : 250 
5 : 318 
5 : 339 
5 : 357 
5 : 401 
6: 11 
6: 46 
0: 52 
6:115 
6:295 
6 : 460 



or, etc. 

1748— 4: 73 



YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


1745 


3 


255 


1745 


3 


260 


1745 


3 


209 


1745 


3 


278 


1745 


3 


285 


1745 


3 


29<» 


1745 


3 


294 


1745 


3 


304 


1740 


3 


307 


1746 


3 


314 


1746 


3 


318 


1746 


3 


330 


1746 


3 


336 


1746 


3 


341 


1746 


3 


373 


1746 


3 


388 


1740 


3 


393 


1746 


3 


39« 


1746 


3 


403 


1746 


3 


406 


1746 


3 


413 


1746 


3 


420 


1747 


3 


457 


1717 


3 


468 


1747 


3 


483 


1747 


3 


♦485 


1747 


3 


491 


1747 


3 


518 


1747 


3 


522 


1747 


4 


34 


1748 


4 


«7 


1752 


4 


221 


1758 


6 


428 


1772 


8 


129 


1756 


5 


190 


1750 


5 


194 


1757 


5 


20H 


1758 


5 


332 


1758 


6 


341 


1758 


5 


359 


1758 


5 


40« 


1760 


6 


41 


1760 


6 


48 


1700 


6 


00 


1701 


6 


168 


1762 


6 


290 


1765 


7 


10 


1745 


3 


254 


1747 


4 


35 


1756 


6 


71 


1745 


3 


29G 


1747 


4 


18 


1758 


5 


377 


1748 


4 


72 


1748 


4 


85 



Pkovince of New HaiMpshire, 1711-1775. 



211 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


LOVEWELL, Jonathan, — {contiimed) : 










member, commissary, excise collector, etc. 








1752— 4:217 


1752- 4:224 


1752 


4 


227 


1752— 4:231 


1752— 4 : 235 


1752 


4 


239 


1752— 4 : 240 


1752— 4 : 247 


1752 


4 


258 


1752— 4:259 


1752— 4 : 263 


1752 


4 


273 


1752— 4 : 380 


1753— 4:287 


1753 


4 


292 


1753 4 : 332 


1753— 4:338 


1753 


4 


342 


1753 4 : 345 


1753— 4:352 


1753 


4 


353 


1753 4 : 354 


17.53— 4:363 


1753 


4 


364 


1753— 4:377 


1753 4 : 384 


1754 


4 


397 


1754 4 : 402 


1754— 4:407 


1754 


4 


427 


1754— 4:437 


1754— 4:440 


1754 


4 


442 


1754— 4 : 442 * 


1754— 4:443 


1754 


4 


470 


1754— 4:474 


1754— 4:477 


1754 


4 


552 


1755— 4:505 


1755— 4 : 508 


1755 


4 


510 


1755 4 : 512 


1755— 4 : 523 


1755 


4 


534 


17.55— 4:538 


1755 4 : 539 


1755 


4 


541 


1755— 4:545 


1755 — 4 : 550 


1755 


4 


558 


1755— 4 : 569 


1755 5 : 


1755 


5 


2 


1755 5: 41 


1756— 5 : 104 


1756 


5 


126 


1758— 5 : 434 


1758 5 : 436 


1758 


5 


437 


1758 5 : 444 


175»— 5 : 445 


1758 


5 


456 


1758— 5 : 512 


1759— 5:462 


1759 


5 


463 


1759— 5 : 467 


1759— 5 : 479 


1759 


5 


480 


1759— 5 : 489 


1759— 5 : 496 


1759 


5 


498 


1759— 6: 7 


1759— 6 : 17 


1759 


6 


18 


1759— 6: 20 


1759— 6 : 25 


1759 


6 


30 


1759— 6 : 31 


1760— 6 : 34 


1760 


6 


46 


1760— 6: 52 


1760— 6: 56 


1760 


6 


58 


1760— 6: 62 


1760 6: 63 


1760 


6 


64 


1760— 6 : 65 


1760— 6: 69 


1760 


6 


71 


1760— 6 : 80 


1760 6: 86 


1760 


6 


87 


1760— 6 : 89 


1760— 6 : 90 


1760 


6 


102 


1760 6 : 106 


1761— 6:127 


1761 


6 


133 


1761— (i : 134 


1761— 6:136 


1761 


6 


138 


1761— 6:141 


1761— 6 : 142 


1761 


6 


148 


1761— 6 : 151 


1761— 6:152 


1761 


6 


157 


1761— 6:211 


1761— 6:216 


1761 


6 


221 


1761— 6:225 


1761— 6 : 232 


1762 


6 


240 


1762— 6 : 243 


1762— 6 : 257 


1768 


7 


189 


LOVEWELL, Capt. Nehemiaii : 










muster-roll, etc 


1759— 5 : 46 


1759 


5 


468 


1759— 5:499 


1760— 6: 67 


1760 


6 


78 


1761— 6 : 139 


1761— 6:140 


1761 


6 


149 


1761— 6:162 


1761— 6: 191 


1761 


() 


192 


1762— 6:261 


1762— 6 : 262 


1763 


6 


312 


1763— 6:318 


1763— 6:324 


1763 


6 


331 


LOVEWELL, Noah : 










claim ...... 


• • • 


1760 


6 


90 


LOVEWELL, Col. Zaccheus: 










muster-rolls, etc 


1747— 4 


27 


1748 


4 


62 


1748 4: 65 


174H— 4 


85 


1758 


5 


394 


1758— 5:396 


1759— 6 


8 


1760 


(i 


67 


1760— 6: 68 


1760— 6 


72 


1760 


6 


73 


1760— 6 : 74 


1760— 6 


75 


1760 


6 


76 


1760— 6: 99 


1760— 6 


107 


1760 


6 


108 


LOWELL, James : 










volunteer ...... 


• • • 


1746 


3 


405 


LOWER xVsHUELOT (see Swanscy). 













212 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YKAU. 


1 

VOL. 


PAGE. 


T.OWER CoiiAS (see also Coos (mil Ilnvcrhill) : 










road to, from Durham Falls 


1772— 


8:117 


1772 


8 


129 


LOWER Coos {sec also Coos) : 












road from, to meet Durham or Dover 


road 




1703 


6 


315 


LUCAS. 'i'lioMAS {sec also Mrl.nc(i^) : 












luuster-roll, etc. 1754— 4:401) 


1755- 


4 : 494 


1755 


4 


495 


LUMBER (sec also Latch) : 












duty ofl" 


1718— 


1 : 225 


1719 


1 


232 


171!»— 1 : 233 


1720 


1 : 250 


1720 


1 


257 


1721— 1:2S1 


1721- 


1 : 302 


1722 


1 


311 


mcasuriiif^, etc. .... 




. 


1760 


6 


01 


1753 4 : 307 


1754— 


4 : 409 


1754 


4 


420 


17G0- 6: 71 


1700— 


6: 88 


1760 


6 


90 


LUTWVCIIE, Edwaud G. : 












referee, etc. ..... 


1768 


7 : 189 


1769 


7 


297 


LYDALL, John: 












of Bo.ston 


1730— 


2:322 


1730 


2 


323 


LYDIUS, John Henry: 












to fit out Indians for war 


, 


, , 


1747 


3 


481 




1747— 


3:482 


1747 


4 


34 


money advanced by ... 


, 


. 


1760 


6 


09 


LYMAN : 












inventory 


, 


. 


1773 


8 


160 


LYME : 












representative . 1775— 5:218 


1775— 


8 : 227 


1775 


8 


237 


inventory 




, 


1773 


8 


1()() 


LYNDKHOROUGH: 












inventory ...... 


1760— 


6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 7:100 


1768 


7 : 220 


1773 


8 


158 


assessment of province tax in . 


1702— 


6:278 


1762 


6 


317 


LYON, ElJENEZEK: 












wounded soldier .... 






1703 


6 


335 


McCALLEY, James : 












soldier, had small-pox 




, 


1701 


6 


209 


MACCRESS, Mk.S. : 












l)etition, etc. . 1740-2:563 


1743— 


3: 71 


1743 


3 


71 


MACRESS, JosKPir. and wife: 












V. Swt'tf, Jonatlian .... 




, 


1754 


4 


411 


MACKRISS, Samkel: 












midcrCaiit. Samuel Gerrish 






1703 





330 


McD()r(;ALL, William: 












claim ...... 






1758 


5 


410 


M. DUFFEE. John: 












member ...... 






] 702 


6 


208 


1702— 0:271 


1702- 


: 297 


1702 


6 


3<>3 


1702— 0:30« 


1702— 


6 : 309 


1762 


6 


458 


1763_ 6:462 


1704 


6 : 464 


1765 


6 


433 


accounts, etc 


, 


, , 


1771 


8 


59 


1771— ,S: 87 


1771— 


8: 88 


1771 


8 


89 


1772— 8:117 


1772— 


8:129 


1773 


8 


153 


M( •( ; w VA ;< )i; , a lex anheh : 












petition 1743— 3: 52 


1743 


3: 54 


1743 


3 


73 


MACCiREGORE. Cai-t. Daniel: 












muster-roll ..... 


, 


. 


1740 


3 


392 


McGKE(;()RE, Rev. David: 


» 










army chaplain, etc 


1740— 


2 : 540 


1755 


4 


534 




1768— 


7:188 


1770 


8 


11 


McHARD, James : 












petition 


1768— 


7:187 


1770 


8 


12 


V. Belknap, Moses .... 


1769— 


7 : 283 


1769 


7 


323 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



213 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


MACKAY, Benjamin : 












account 


, 


, 


1772 


8 


126 


McKEAN. Rokert: 












legal representative of, claim . 


. . 


. 


1761 


6 


207 


McKEEN, James : 












member ..... 




, , 


1727 


2 


100 


1727— 2 : 101 


1727— 


2:105 


1727 


2 


108 


1727— 2 : 109 


1728 


2 : 110 


1728 


2 


113 


1728— 2:117 


1728— 


2 : 121 


1728 


2 


125 


1728 2 : 128 


1728 


2 : 131 


1728 


2 


134 


1728— 2 : 139 


1729— 


2:143 


1729 


2 


145 


1729— 2 : 151 


1729— 


2:155 


1729 


2 


160 


McKEEN, John : 












petition 




. 


1762 


6 


239 


McLUCAS, Thomas (see also Lucas) : 












petition ...... 


1763 


6:341 


1763 


6 


343 


McMASTER, Thomas : 












petition ..... 


1760 


6: 62 


1760 


6 


96 


McMASTER, William : 












claim ..... 


, 


, , 


1759 


5 


497 


MACMATH, John : 












memorial, etc. 


1747— 


3 : 497 


1747 


3 


500 


McMillan, andkew : 












petition 


1765— 


6:447 


1774 


8 


167 


McMURPHY, Alexander : 












selectman of Derryiield, etc. . 


1753 


4 : 353 


1765 


7 


42 


McMURPHY, Daniel: ' 












petition 




, 


1757 


5 


232 


McMURPHY, John : 












member, excise collector 


1731— 


2 : 335 


1732 


2 


376 


1745— 3 : 184 


1745— 


3 : 185 


1745 


3 


187 


1745— 3:189 


1745— 


3 : 194 


1745 


3 


202 


1745— 3:203 


1745— 


3:211 


1745 


3 


215 


/ 1745— 3 : 218 


1745— 


3:224 


1745 


3 


227 


1745 3 : 230 


1745— 


3 : 232 


1745 


3 


233 


1745— 3 : 239 


1745— 


3 : 242 


1745 


3 


245 


1745— 3:251 


1745— 


3 : 257 


1745 


3 


262 


1745— 3 : 275 


1745— 


3 : 294 


1745 


3 


298 


1745— 3 : 300 


1746— 


3 : 306 


1746 


3 


809 


1746— 3:312 


1746— 


3 : 315 


1746 


3 


342 


1746— 3:349 


1746— 


3 : 355 


1746 


3 


366 


1746— 3:368 


1746— 


3 : 376 


1746 


3 


377 


1746— 3:381 


1746— 


3 : 382 


1746 


3 


389 


1746— 3:391 


1746— 


3 : 407 


1746 


3 


410 


1746— 3:411 


1746— 


3: 414 


1746 


3 


415 


1746— 3 : 417 


1746— 


3 : 419 


1746 


3 


422 


1746— 3:423 


1746— 


3 : 429 


1716 


3 


430 


1746— 3 : 442 


1 746— 


3 : 443 


1747 


3 


448 


1747— 3:453 


1747— 


3 : 456 


1747 


3 


458 


1747— 3 : 463 


1747— 


3:467 


1747 


3 


471 


1747— 3:472 


1747— 


3 : 473 


1747 


3 


479 


1747— 3:485* 


1747— 


3 : 491 


1747 


3 


494 


1747— 3:496 


1747- 


3 : 497 


1747 


3 


501 


1747— 3:503 


1747— 


3:507 


1747 


3 


510 


1747— 3:513 


1747— 


3 : 519 


1747 


3 


520 


1747— 3:522 


1747— 


3 : 523 


1747 


3 


526 


1747— 3:528 


1747— 


4: 2 


1747 


4 


20 


1747— 4: 26 


1747— 


4: 30 


1747 


4 


31 


1747— 4: 33 


1748 


4: 61 


1748 


4 


64 


1748— 4 : r>5 


1748— 


4: 66 


1748 


4 


69 


1748— 4: 72 


1748— 


4: 73 


1748 


4 


75 



214 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAOE. 


McMlKrilV, .]ui\s,— {coniinucd) : 












member, excise colk-i-tor 












174H— 4 : y3 


174.S— 


4 : 85 


1748 


4 


87 


174y— 4: H« 


1748 


4: 89 


1748 


4 


98 


174;i— 1 : 100 


17i;i— 


1 : 105 


1719 


4 


106 


171'.»— 1: Ills 


1719— 


1:111 


1749 


4 


123 


171!)— 4:140 


1750— 


4: 10 


1751 


4 


1) 


1752— 4:217 


1752— 


4 : 218 


1752 


4 


239 


1752— 4 : 247 


1752— 


4 : 254 


1752 


4 


256 


1752— 4:257 


1752— 


1 : 267 


1752 


4 


287 


1752— 4:;W) 


1753— 


4 : 292 


1753 


4 


323 


noli— 4:325 


1753— 


4 : 832 


1753 


4 


355 


1753— 4:356 


1753— 


4 : 367 


1753 


4 


384 


1754— 4 : 394 


1754— 


4 : 395 


1754 


4 


397 


1754— 4 : 404 


1754— 


4 : 406 


1754 


4 


411 


1754— 4:422 


1754— 


4 : 423 


1754 


4 


437 


1754— 4 : 440 


1754— 


4 : 443 


1754 


4 


453 


1754— 4 : 458 


1754— 


4:467 


1754 


4 


470 


1754— 4 : 552 


1755— 


4 : 491 


1755 


4 


493 


1755— 4:497 


1755— 


4 : 498 


1755 


4 


505 


1755— 4:510 


1755— 


4:516 


1755 


4 


520 


1755 4 : 527 


1755— 


4:540 


1755 


4 


542 


1755— 4 : 549 


1755 — 


4:558 


1755 


4 


567 


1755— 5: 


1755 — 


6: 14 


1755 


5 


15 


1755— 5: 21 


1755 


5: 27 


1755 


5 


36 


1755— 5:41 


1756— 


5: 71 


1758 


5 


318 


MACPIIEDKIS, Akciiii-.am) ["Mac. Ak( 


"HI., OK Ai{."l : 








of the couucil .... 


1723— 


1 : 398 


1723 


1 


404 


1723— 1:405 


1723- 


1 :410 


1724 


1 


414 


1724— 1 : 424 


1724— 


1 : 426 


1724 


1 


432 


1724— 1:433 


1724— 


2: 11 


1725 


2 


tl2 


1726— 2: 52 


1726— 


2: 53 


1726 


2 


60 


1727— 2 : 68 


1727— 


2: 69 


1727 


2 


73 


1727— 2: 82 


1727— 


2: 93 


1728 


2 


112 


luick house of, ]5roposed for governor's 












1 7.")tl— 


5 : 193 


1757 


5 


254 


MADIU'KY (see also Dover, West) : 












]M'tilioii ..... 


1755— 


4:516 


1755 


4 


522 


1755— 4:529 


1755 — 


4:548 


1755 


4 


566 


1768— 7 : 187 


i7(;s— 


7 : 203 


176H 


7 


216 


new j)ari.sh from Do\ L-r . 


. 


, , 


1755 


4 


570 


constituted from Dover, West 


1768— 


7 : 229 


1768 


7 


259 


small-pox in . 






1761 


6 


♦198 


litigant from .... 






1765 


7 


12 


]»ro\ ince tux collected 


, 




1768 


7 


187 


inventory .... 


1768 — 


7 : 219 


1773 


8 


157 


MA1)P:IRA WiNi: : 












duty on • . . . . 


1714— 


1: 82 


1717 


1 


193 


1717— 1:194 


1721— 


1:281 


1721 


1 


283 


MAIN : 












on Piscataijua river . 


, 




1747 


4 


17 


MAINE (sec also York Countij) : 












jirovince of, strengthened 






1711 


1 


1 


governor resolved to double the for 


•es in 


, , 


1712 


1 


38 


province line with 1720 — 1 : 256 


1726— 


2: 57 


1730 


2 


316 


1730— 2:322 


173U»- 


2 : 325 


1730 


2 


326 


MAJOR : 












wages, etc 




, , 


1745 


3 


155 


1756 — 5: 117 


1757 — 


5:250 


1757 


5 


267 


1757— 5:378 


1759— 


6: 4 


1762 


6 


254 


MALIGNANT Disease {sec Small-Pox). 













Province op New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



215 



IVIALLOON, Nathaniel: 

petition 
MALLOON, Samuel: 

deserter . 
MALLOON, Dr. Samuel : 

account 
MAN OP Wak (see also Frigates and Shi2Js) 

off the harbor .... 
MANDAMUS (see Superior Coui't). 
MANNERS : 

reformation of . 
regulation of . 
MANLTFACTURES : 

British, dut}- on . . . 
MAP (see also Survey) : 

or draft of line with Massachusetts 
authenticity of a certain . 
MARCH, Col. Clement [also Doct.] : 
member ..... 
1745— 
174.5— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1748— 
1749— 
1749— 
1749— 
1752— 
1762— 
1752— 

1752— 4 : 269 

1753— 4 : 326 
1753_ 4:369 

1754— 4 : 401 
1754— 4 : 430 
1754— 4 : 452 

1754— 4 : 552 

1755— 4 : 537 
1755— 5: 

1755— 5 : 21 

1755— 5 : 46 

1756— 5 : 70 
1756— 5: 87 
1756— 5 : 93 
1756— 5 : 125 
1756 — 5 : 154 
1756— 5 : 169 
1756— 5 : 186 
1756— 5 : 193 



3:119 
3 : 151 

3:15911 
3:180 
3:187 
3:197 
3 : 215 
3:251 
2 : 271 
3 : 284 
: 341 
:366 
:426 
453 
522 
28 
82 
4:100 
4:122 
4:163 
4:217 
4:247 
4:261 



3: 

3: 
3; 
3: 
3: 
4: 
4: 



1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1746— 

1746— 

1746— 

1746— 

1747— 

1747— 

1748— 

1748— 

1749— 

1749— 

;L750— 

1752— 

1752— 

1752— 

1752— 

1753— 

1753— 

1754— 

175' 

175' 

1755— 

1755— 

1755— 

1755— 

1755— 

1756— 

1756— 

1756— 

1756— 

1756— 

1756— 

1756— 

1756— 



1733— 2 : 378 



126 

152 

172 

:184 

:189 

:203 

:219 

:257 

:280 

: 309 

: 355 

:368 

;435 

:494 

528 

: 71 

96 

106 

:124 

: 10 

233 

255 

262 

380 

345 

384 

406 

;441 

466 

493 

558 

15 

41 

62 

74 

88 

98 

126 

162 

170 

191 

260 



YEAK. 


VOL. 


1762 


6 


1722 


1 


1763 


6 


1745 


3 


1718 


1 


1760 


6 


1733 


2 


1720 


1 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


.1 
o 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


4 


1748 


4 


1748 


4 


1749 


4 


1749 


4 


1751 


4 


1752 


4 


1752 


4 


1752 


4 


1753 


4 


1753 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1755 


4 


1755 


4 


1755 


5 


17.55 


5 


1755 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 



256 

315 

353 

1159 



220 
106 

280 

255 
152 

115 

132 

157 

177 

185 

196 

210 

245 

262 

282 

312 

356 

420 

448 

519 

2 

75 

97 

110 

■■ 154 

9 

244 

258 

267 

29S 

368 

394 

417 

450 

473 

520 

568 

16 

43 

258 

82 

92 

100 

143 

166 

181 

192 

515 



2in 



Index to Journals of TTofse of "Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


IMAR(MI, Coi.. ChKMK'ST, — (ronlinucd): 








iiu'iiilier . . 1757 — 5:215 


17;-,7_ .'i:22s 


17.07 


5 


241 


17;,7_ 6:242 


17A7_ ;-,:243 


1757 


6 


241t 


1757— 6 : 264 


1757— 5:2.S(; 


1767 


6 


2!t3 


1757— 6 : 299 


17o7— 6:301 


1757 


6 


606 


17.5S— 6:311 


17o8— 6:31(; 


1758 


5 


322 


175,s— 5 : 323 


1758— 5:. 368 


17.08 


5 


370 


175.S_ 5 : 407 


1758— 5:432 


1768 


6 


434 


1758— 5:438 


1758— 6:443 


1768 


6 


444 


175,s— 5 : 446 


1758— 6:451 


1758 


6 


512 


1759— 5:479 


1759— 5 : 484 


1769 


5 


495 


1759— 6: 27 


1760— 6: 38 


1760 


6 


43 


1700— 6: 46 


1760— 6: 63 


1760 


6 


80 


1700— 6:107 


1761— 6:121 


1761 


6 


152 


1761— 6: 161 


1761— (i : 16.H 


1761 


6 


219 


1761— 6:222 


1761— 6:223 


1761 


6 


232 


1762— 6 : 238 


1762— 6 : 249 


1762 


6 


251 


1762— 6 : 283 


1762— 6:289 


1762 


6 


3<KI 


17(i2— 6:303 


1762— 6:304 


1762 


6 


307 


1762— 6:309 


1762— 6 : 458 


1763 


6 


310 


17G:!_ 6 : 334 


1763— 6 : 338 


1763 


6 


373 


176.;— 6 : 374 


1763 6 : 462 


1764 


6 


3H3 


1764— 6:384 


1764— 6:386 


1764 


6 


389 


1764— 6:409 


1764— 6 : 423 


1764 


6 


464 


1765— 6:434 


1765 6 : 441 


1765 


6 


443 


1765— 6 : 469 


1765— 7 : 2 


1765 


7 


38 


176.-,— 7:176 


1766— 7 : 73 


1766 


7 


HO 


1766— 7 : 87 


1766— 7: 89 


1766 


7 


101 


1766— 7 : 104 


1766— 7 : 178 


1767 


7 


182 


176.S— 7:225 


1768 7 : 273 


1768 


7 


350 


17(;9— 7 : 281 


1769— 7:352 


1770 


7 


354 


177(i_ 8: Ip 


1770— 8: ol 


1771 


H 


p2 


1771— H: 60 


1771— 8: 62 


1771 


8 


105 


1772— 8:115 


1772— 8:120 


1772 


8 


124 


177;;_ 8 : 144 


1774— 8:164 


1774 


8 


172 


1771— 8:184 


1774— 8:187 


1774 


8 


i:t5 


1774— 8:201 


1774— 8:214 


1775 


8 


21.H 


complained of, by Colonel Moulton 


1770 7:345 


1770 


7 


347 


X fc* 


1770— 7:356 


1770 


7 


357 


is admonished ..... 


. 


1770 


8 


3 


M.VKCIl, Cait. (Jeouge: 










muster-roll, etc 


1761— 6:143 


1761 


6 


149 


1761— 6:180 


1761— 6 : 191 


1761 


() 


192 


1761— 6:199 


1761— 6 : 210 


1761 


6 


223 


MARCH, James : 










petition . 1769— 6:477 


1759— 5:491 


1759 


6 


492 


MARCH, I'AiL: 










account 


. 


1746 


3 


278 


iMAKClI, Stei'IIEN: 










petition, etc 


■ 


1754 


4 


484 




17,>1— 4:485 


1755 


4 


496 


1765 4 : 600 


17.05— 4:504 


1756 


5 


72 


1766— 5: 73 


1756— 5 : 105 


1767 


5 


220 


to serve writ of review 


• • • 


1766 


4 


608 


1755— 4 : 670 


1755 6: 27 


1756 


5 


116 


1756- 6:118 


1766— 5:120 


1766 


6 


158 


1766— 6 : 182 


1756— 6 : 1.S3 


1766 


6 


184 


will of, executor to sell lands . 


. 


1761 


6 


140 


MARCHE.S (.we Journal, etc.). 










M ARC Y, John: 










Detition 


1773— 8 : 152 


1773 


8 


155 



Province of New Hampshihe, 1711-1775. 



217 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


HARDEN, James : 














petition .... 


. 


, 


. 


1754 


4 


466 


HARDEN, John : 














account .... 


, , 


' 


. 


1720 


1 


253 


HARDEN, Thomas : 














petition . . 1747— 


3 : 513 


1766 


7: 86 


1767 


7 


163 


HARES : 














invoice of ... 




1761— 


6 : 122 


1767 


7 


161 


HARKHAH, Patrick : 














petition .... 




1757— 


5:299 


1758 


5 


390 


1758— 


5 : 453 


1758— 


5:459 


1758 


5 


461 


HARLBOROUGH (see also Monadnock No. 


O): 










petition .... 


, 




. 


1761 


6 


221 


HARLOW : 














inventory 


, 


, 


. 


1773 


8 


159 


HARRIA(JES : 














incestuous, to prevent 




, 


, , 


1714 


1 


77 


registei'ing . 1727 — 


2:i04 


1727— 


2:107 


1727 


2 


108 


HARRINER, Nicholas : 














soldier, allowance for 




, 


, , 


1761 


6 


210 


HARSH {see Rye). 














HARSH, Hezekiah : 














petition .... 




• 


, 


1757 


5 


269 


HARSH, John : 














petition, etc. . 1747 — 


3:503 


1748— 


4: 64 


1766 


7 


103 


HARSHALL, Andrew : 














to appear .... 


, 


, 


^ , 


1745 


3 


193 


HARSHALL, Hannah : 














real estate mortgaged by 


, , 


, 




1760 


6 


65 


HARSHALL, Henry : 














postmaster-general . 


, 


, 


, , 


1726 


2 


66 


HARSHALL, John: 














account .... 




1747— 


3 : 512 


1772 


8 


126 


HARSTON, : 














petition .... 


« 


, 


• 


1760 


6 


94 


HARSTON, Elisha : 














to appear .... 


, 


, 


, , 


1765 


ry 


23 


real estate of, divided among heirs . 


. 


. 


1768 




193 


HARSTON, Ephraim [ " Hastin, Haston, ]\L\styn"1 : 








member . . 1711 — 


1: 1 


1711— 


1: 8 


1711 




23 


1711— 


1: 25 


1711— 


1: 28 


1711 




29 


1711— 


1: 31 


1711— 


1: 32 


1711 




33 


1711— 


1: 34 


1712— 


1: 36 


1712 




37 


1712— 


1: 39 


1712— 


1: 41 


1712 




42 


1712— 


1: 43 


1712— 


1: 44 


1712 




49 


1712— 


1: 50 


1712— 


1: 51 


1712 




52 


1712— 


1: 64 


1712— 


1: 55 


1712 




56 


1712— 


1: 57 


1713— 


1: 62 


1713 




63 


1718— 


1: 64 


1713— 


1: 65 


1713 




66 


171;?— 


1: 68 


1713— 


1: 69 


1713 




70 


1713— 


1: 71 


1713- 


1: 72 


1713 




73 


1714— 


1: 74 


1714— 


1: 75 


1714 




79 


1714— 


1: 80 


1714— 


1: 82 


1714 




83 


1714 


1: 85 


1714— 


1: 86 


1714 




87 


1714— 


1: 89 


1714— 


1: 90 


1714 




91 


1714— 


1: 93 


1714— 


1: 94 


1715 




117 


1715 


1:128 


1715— 


1 : 129 


1715 




133 


1715— 


1 : 134 


1715— 


1 : 135 


1715 




137 


1715— 


1 : 138 


1716— 


1 : 14o 


1716 




141 


1716 


1:142 


1716— 


1 : 144 


1716 




146 


1716 


1:147 


1716— 


1:151 


1716 




158 



28 



218 



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VKAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


MARSTON, f:i'iiKAiM, — (co7dinnccl) : 












member . 1710 — 1:103 


1710— 


1 


164 


i7i(; 




107 


1710— 1 :10.S 


1710- 


1 


109 


171(i 




170 


1710— 1:172 


1710— 


1 


173 , 


1710 




174 


1710— 1:177 


1710— 


1 


178 


1716 




179 


171(i_ ] :18() 


1710— 


1 


182 


1716 




1S3 


1710— 1: ISl 


1710— 


1 


\sr, 


1710 




180 


1710— 1:1S7 


1710— 


1 


181) 


1717 




190 


1717— 1:191 


1717— 


1 


192 


1717 




193 


1717— 1:194 


1717— 


1 


196 


1717 




197 


1717— 1:198 


1717— 


1 


204 


1717 




20.5 


claim 




, , 


1746 


3 


444 


MARSTON, Jkkkmiah : 












volunteer, widow of, allowance to . 


, 


, 


1746 


3 


404 


MARSTON, ("Ai'T. Jeukmiaii [" Makstent"] : 










muster-roll 


1700— 


6: 70 


1760 


6 


71 


1700- 6 : 72 


1760— 


6: 76 


1761 


6 


142 


1761— 6 : 149 


1761— 


6:179 


1761 


6 


192 


1761— 6:198* 


1761— 


6 : 2(J7 


1763 


6 


312 


1703— 6:324 


1763— 


6:331 


1763 


6 


304 


MARSTON, Mauy: 












l)etitiun ..... 


, 


, 


1740 


3 


323 


MARSTON, Sakaii and Simon: 












petition ..... 


, 




1701 


6 


129 


MARSTON, Simon: 












to appear 






1773 


8 


118 


MARTIN, (iKOKGE: 












claim 


, 


. , 


1748 


4 


65 


MARTIN, Cai>t. John : 












master of tran.si)ort . 


, 


. 


174.5 


3 


270 


MARTIN, John: 












under Capt. Samuel Gerrish 


' 


. 


1763 


6 


33(. 


MARTIN, Michael: 












volunteer 


, 


. 


1746 


3 


404 


MARTIN, RoiJERT : 












invalid volunteer 


, 




1746 


3 


333 


MARTIN, Cait. Thomas : 












account ..... 


1771 — 


S: 81 


1772 


8 


125 


MARYLAND: 












house of representatives, corrcspon 


dence wi 


til, etc. 


1770 


8 


21 




1770— 


8: 30 


1774 


8 


107 


1774— 8 : 170 


1774_ 8 : 180 


1774 


8 


181 


MASCARENK. Ma.k.ic: 












commissioner on line 




, 


1730 


2 


31fc 


MASCARENK, Lieutenant-Goveknok : 












letter of 




, , 


1747 


3 


4.51 


MASON: 












inventory 


, 


, 


1773 


8 


15i 


MASON, ("apt. Ben.iamin: 












nmster-roll .... 




, 


174<i 


3 


40S 


MASON, Fkan<;is: 












volunteer, allowanee to . 


1746— 


3 : 338 


1740 


3 


40-1 


MASON, John: 












broke jail . 1771— 8: .59 


1771— 


8: 99 


1773 


8 


13f 


MASON, c:ait. John Ti kton: 












tripartite a^eement with John Tho 


iilinscn 












1740— 


3 : 323 


1746 


3 


39.^ 


land claims of . 1740— 3 : 393 


1746— 


3 : 39.5 


1746 


3 


S% 


1710 3:400 


1740— 


3:401 


1746 


3 


411 


174(;_ 3:420 


174(J— 


3 : 434 


1746 


3 


43.^ 


1746— 3:441 


1740— 


3 


:512 


1748 


4 


9^ 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



219 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


MASON, Robert : 










petition ...... 


1760 6: 46 


1760 


6 


57 


MASON, Sarah: 










deed of, to Mary Drisco, vacated 


. 


1772 


8 


126 


MASONIAN Proprietors (see also Within) : 








committees of . 


. 


1771 


8 


77 


MASSABESICK Pond: 










alewives passing into, protected 


. 


1754 


4 


443 


MASSACHUSETTS [Bay] (see also Billerica, Boston, 








Charlestown, Essex Coitnty, Ipswich, Newbury, Salem, 








Salisbury, etc.) : 










New Hampshire province line with ( 


see Line) . 








annexing New Hampshire to . 


. 


1728 


2 


137 


annexing sundry towns to 


. 


1746 


3 


426 


separation of New Hampsliire from 


• 


1742 


2 


612 


early jurisdiction over New Hampshire . 


1775 


8 


236 


other government matters 


1714— 1: 86 


1714 


1 


90 


1721— 1:298 


1721— 1:299 


1721 


1 


302 


1721— 1:305 


1722— 1:313 


1733 


2 


384 


1737— 2 : 496 


1737— 2 : 501 


1737 


2 


502 


1744— 3: 84 


1745— 3 : 195 


1748 


4 


61 


1754_ 4 : 417 


1754— 4 : 418 


1755 


4 


521 


1755— 4:531 


1755— 5 : 58 


1758 


5 


314 


1765 6 : 430 


1765— 7 : 20 


1765 


7 


21 


1765— 7 : 31 


1768— 7 : 192 


1768 


7 


200 


1768— 7 : 244 


1774— 8 : 170 


1774 


8 


178 


finances . . 1718 — 1 : 225 


1718— 1:231 


1719 


1 


241 


1735— 2 : 438 


1735— 2:453 


1742 


2 


615 


1742— 2:642 


1742— 2 : 644 


1747 


4 


19 


1748— 4: 61 


1748— 4: 70 


1755 


4 


533 


1755— 4:543 


1755 5: 21 


1756 


5 


118 


1758 5 : 344 


1761— 6 : 187 


1761 


6 


209 


1761— 6 : 210 


1761— 6 : 215 


1761 


6 


216 


military affairs .... 


. 


1722 


1 


317 


1722— 1:328 


1722— 1:332 


1722 


1 


334 


1722— 1:336 


1722— 1:337 


1722 


1 


340 


1722— 1:341 


1722— 1:342 


1722 


1 


352 


1740— 2:545 


1745 3:121 


1746 


3 


128 


1745 3 : 148 


1745 3 : 149 


1745 


3 


152 


1745— 3 : 155 


1745 3 : 159 1 


1745 


3 


258 


1745 3 : 284 


1746 3 : 817 


1746 


3 


363 


1746 3 : 374 


1746— 3 : 385 


1746 


3 


387 


1746— 3:398 


1746— 3:409 


1747 


3 


418 


1747— 3:458 


1747_ 3:501 


1747 


3 


502 


1747_ 3 : 504 


1747— 4: 18 


1749 


4 


170 


1754— 4 : 452 


1755 4 : 488 


1755 


4 


489 


1755 4:531 


1755 5 : 3 


1755 


5 


5 


1755— 5: 8 


1755— 5 : 9 


1756 


5 


97 


1756— 5 : 102 


1756— 5 : 107 


1756 


5 


125 


1757— 5:305 


1758— 5 : 344 


1759 


5 


493 


New Hampshire but about one twelftli the size of 


1718 


1 


229 


sloops coasting between New Hampshire and 


1729 


2 


154 


fast day in 


• ■ > 


1756 


5 


162 


MASSEY, George : 










claim ...... 


■ • • 


1745 


3 


274 


guardian of, relieved 


1761— 6 : 128 


1761 


6 


150 


minor, lands recovered . 


1761— 6:198 


1761 


6 


200 


MASSUERRE, Peter : 










account ...... 


. 


1746 


3 


324 


MAST (see also Trees and Hewers) : 










convoy 


. 


1759 


6 


28 



220 



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YEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


MAST, — {omUniicd) : 












men 


, 


1745— 3 : 228 


1745 


3 


229 


trees . . . 1740— 


2:545 


1740— 2:. 556 


1740 


2 


567 


MASTERS (sec also Mmlcr-lioUs, 


Schools, 


and S( rvauts) : 








of ortfnance 


, 




1746 


3 


337 


of sloops .... 






1721 


1 


284 


minors' balance paid to 




• • • • 


1756 


5 


110 






1757— 5 : 197 


1757 


5 


198 


MATIIES [ok Mattiikws] 1{k.\ja.min' : 










muster-roll, etc. 




. 1745_ 3:124 


1745 


3 


t 1.09 


174.0— 


3 : 245 


1746— 3:383 


17.06 


.0 


78 


.MATIIES, Francis : 












member . 1728 — 


2:121 


172«— 2:125 


1728 


2 


12H 


1728 


2 : 131 


1728— 2 : 134 


1728 


2 


139 


1729— 


2:143 


1729— 2:145 


1729 


2 


151 


1729— 


2 : 153 


1729— 2:1,05 


1729 


2 


165 


1729— 


2 : 169 


1730 2 : 173 


1730 


2 


174 


1730— 


2:307 


1731— 2 : 335 


1732 


2 


376 


muster-roll 


. 


. 


1722 


1 


360 


MATHES, F'kancis, ani> oxiiEUb 


: 










petition . . 1716— 


1:166 


1740— 2:. 060 


1740 


2 


563 


MATTHEWS, John: 












under ('apt. Trueworthy Ladd 


■ • • 


1758 


5 


358 


MATTOON, Du. Samuel: 












aeeount .... 


, 


. 


1761 


6 


209 


MEAD, John : 












uuister-roll 


, 


1724— 2: 6 


1724 


9 


11 


MEAD, John and Jo.si;ra {see also next) 


: 








bonds I'egulated 


, 


1721— 1:278 


1721 


1 


288 


172;^— 


1 : 393 


1724— 1:416 


1727 


2 


9K 


1787— 


2:483 


1737— 2 : 490 


1737 


2 


491 


MEAD, Nicolas : 












imprisoned for debt to province 


• . . . 


1720 


1 


247 


discliarged conditionally . 


. 


• 


1720 


1 


249 


condition complied with, discharffed 


• • • 


1720 


1 


251 


ME.VDEK, Danikl: 












petition . 1744 — 


3: 80 


1744— 3 : 101 


1744 


3 


105 


1744— 


3 : 107 


1744— 3:110 


1744 


3 


165 


1745— 


3:226 


1745 3 : 231 


1745 


3 


233 


1746— 


3:266 


174.0— 3:288 


1745 


3 


301 


account .... 




• • . 


1747 


4 


37 


MEADER, John : 












petition .... 




1736— 2:460 


1736 


2 


462 


MEADEH, Moses : 












memorial of . . . 


, 


• • • 


1745 


3 


306 


MEADER, Nathaniel: 












deserter .... 


^ 


. 


1761 


6 


199 


MEADOW Land : 












invoice of ... 


, 


1761— 6:122 


1767 


7 


161 


MEAN Process: 












sureties, in civil actions . 




. 


1718 


1 


220 


MEASURES (sec also W<:i;/hls) : 












regulated .... 


, 


• • ■ 


1718 


1 


220 


stajidard, for province 


, 


• ■ ■ 


1773 


8 


139 


MEAT : 












for soldiers 


, , 


1746— 3:411 


1748 


4 


92 


1757 — 


5 : 301 


175a — 5: 395 


1759 


6 


12 


MEDICINES (see also Doctor and 


Physick) 










allowance for . 


, 


• • 


1745 


3 


274 


174.0— 


3 : 284 


174.0— 3 : 302 


1746 


3 


309 


1746 


3:329 


1746— 3 : 330 


1746 


3 


331 



Province of jSTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



221 



3:333 
343 
462 
30 
193 
427 



1746— 3:334 

1746— 3:403 

1747— 3:468 

1748— 4: 



1757- 
1761- 



68 
5:219 
6:216 



MEDICINES, — (co7itinucd) : 
allowance for . 1746 

1746— 3 

1747— 3 
1747— 4 
1756— 5 
1758— 5 

MEDIUM (see also Currency') : 

to discharge debts, etc 

MEETING : 

guns to be carried to 

MEETINGS (see also Reed, James, and TJiompson, Ebeii 
ezer) : 

calling and attending .... 

177 
MELANCHOLY Situation (see also Distresses) 

of jjrovince, suggests Fast day 

of our public affairs at this gloomy season 
MELCHER, John : 

account 

MELONY, John : 

petition 

MELOON, Nathaniel : 

captivated by St. Francois Indians . 
MELVIN, JosiAH : 

to enter an action 1765— 7 : 49 1766 
MEMBERS OF the House (see the several names) -. 



TEAR. 



8:196 



/ : 



53 



Ashley, Samuel. 
Atkinson, Theodore. 
Baker, Otis. 
Bartlett, Josiah. 
Batch elder, Josiah. 
Bell, Thomas. 
Blanchard, Joseph. 
Boardman, Stephen. 
Boyce, Robert. 
Brewster, Samuel. 
Burleigh, John. 
Butler, Jacob, Jr. 
Calef, John. 
Canney, John. 
Carlton, Jonatlian. 
Chamberlain, John. 
Chandler, John. 
Chesley, Jonathan. 
Church, Jonathan. 
Claggett, Wyseman. 
Clark, Robert. 
Clarkson, Andrew. 
Clarkson, James. 
Dam, John. 
Dame, William. 
Davis, James. 
Davis, Thomas. 
Dennet, Ei:)hraim. 
Dow, Jabez. 
Downing, John. 
Downing, Richard. 
Dudley, Theophilus. 
Eastman, Samuel, 
Elkins, Thomas. 



Emerson, Samuel. 
Fabyan, John. 
Fellows, William. 
Fen ton, John. 
Folsom, Nathaniel. 
Foss, Joshua. 
French, Samuel. 
Frost, George. 
Frost, William. 
Gage, John. 
Gambling, John. 
Gerrish, Paul. 
Gerrish, Richard. 
Gerrish, Timothy. 
Giddings, John. 
Giddings, Zebulon. 
(iilman, Israel. 
Gilman, Capt. John. 
Gilman, Maj. John. 
Gilman, Nathaniel. 
Gilman, Nicholas. 
Gilman, Peter. 
Gilman, Samuel. 
Goffe, John. 
Greeley, Samuel. 
Green, Ebcnezer. 
Greenough, Daniel. 
Gregg, James. 
Grout, Elijah. 
Haines, Matthias. 
Hale, John. 
Hale, Thomas. 
Hall, Benjamin. 
Hall, Edward. 



1746 
1746 
1747 
1756 
1757 
1771 

1765 

1724 



1774 
1774 

1746 
1756 

1747 

1774 

1754 

1766 



VOL. 



3 
3 
3 
5 
5 
8 



3 
5 

4 

8 
4 



PAGE. 



338 
405 
513 
191 
279 
84 

18 

327 

170 
213 

424 
192 

59 
167 
482 

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MEAIBEKS ..!• nil. H-.rsE, 
Ilartlonl, Niclmlas. 
lli-alcy, N:illiaiiicl. 
Henderson, Howard, 
Hill, Nathaniel. 
Hills, IJenjainin. 
Holtart, Samuel, 
tlodgdon, Caleb. 
Holland. .Stephen. 
Hunt. Samuel. 
.lallVey, (ieorge. 
Jennes.s, Kiehard. 
Jenncss, Kiehard, .'3d. 
Jenness, Sanuiel. 
Jewell, Henry L. 
Jones, Stephen. 
Jones, Stephen, Jr. 
Knight, John. 
Knight, John, Jr. 
Knowles, James. 
Langdon, .John. 
Langdon, AVoodbuiy. 
Leavitt, INIoses. 
Little, Daniel. 
Livcrmore, Matthew. 
Livermore, Samuel. 
I^ock, Jonathan. 
Lovewell, Jonathan. 
McDulTee, John. 
iVfeKei-n, James. 
Mc]\Iuri)hy, John. 
March, Clement. 
Marston, Ephraim. 
Mathes, Francis. 
Merrill. Eliphalet. 
Millet, Thomas. 
Moore, William. 
Morey, Israel. 
Morrill, Al»ner. 
Morse, Abel. 
Moulton, Jonathan. 
Moulton, Josiah. 
Moulton, Josiah, Jr. 
IMoulton, William. 
Nason, Kiehard. 
Nutter, John. 
Odiorne, Jotham. 
Odiorne, Jotham, Jr. 
Olcott, Simeon. 
Packer, Thomas. 
Page, John. 
Palmer, Samuel . 
Parker, Thomas. 
Parker, William. 
Peirce, Joshuah. 
Peirce, Joshuah, Jr. 
Philbrick, Jedidiaii. 
Phillips, John. 
Pickering, John. 
Plaisted, John. 
Prescott, Henry. 



{continitcd) : 
Kandall, James. 
Kead. Hugh. 
Kediiian, John. 
Richardson, William. 
Hindge, John. 
Rob} , IeIial)od. 
Rogers, Nathaniel. 
RoTfe, Henjamin. 
Ru.s.sell, EJeazer. 
Sanborn, John. 
Sanborn, Tri.stram. 
Sanders, Henry. 
Sargent, Paul Dudley. 
Seavey, Amos. 
Sheal'e, Jacol). 
Sherliurne, Henry. 
Slierburne, Henry, Jr. 
Sherliurne, John. 
Smith, John. 
Smith, Joseph. 
.Smith, Col. Joseph. 
Smitli, Maj. Joseph. 
Smith, Samuel. 
Stevens, Benjamin. 
Stevens, Ebenezer. 
Stevens, Simon. 
Thing, Bartholomew. 
Thing, Benjamin. 
Thing, .Samuel. 
Thomas, Jos('ph. 
Thompson, Ebenezer. 
Thompson, Jonathan. 
Thornton, ^Matthew. 
Tiltbelts, Samuel. 
Tilton, Daniel. 
Tilton, Jonathan. 
Todd. Andrew. 
Tojiham, Christopher. 
Towl(!, Joseph. 
Tuck, John. 
Tuck, Jonathan. 
Underwood, James. 
Waldron, John. 
Waldron, Richard. 
Waldron, Tho^s Wk. 
Walker, (ieorge. 
Wallingford, Thomas. 
Walton, (Jeorge. 
Walton, Shadrach. 
Weari>, Meshech. 
Weare, Nathaniel. 
Weare, Peter. 
Webster, John. 
Weeks, Joshua. 
AVent worth, Benjamin. 
Wentworlh, Benning. 
Wentworth, P>,eki(d. 
Wentworth. Hiuiking. 
AV'entworth, John. 
Wentworth, Paixl. 



YEAR. 



VOL. 



PAOE. 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



223 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


MEMBERS OF the House, — {continued) : 








White, Nicholas. Wingate, John. 








Wibird, Richard. Wingate, Joshua. 








Wiggin, Andrew. Worthen, Ezekiel. 








Wiggin, Thomas. Wright, Joseph. 








Willard, Col. Josiah. Wyman, Isaac. 








Willard, Maj. Josiah. Young, Thomas. 








MEMBERS {sec also Affront, Bills of Credit, Ooolimj, 








Debentttres, Dissent, General Assembly, Harvest, Joy, 








King, Test, and Warrants, also next} : 








returned and qualified . . . 1713— 1 : 65 


1714 


1 


79 


1715 1: 97 1715 1: 99 


1715 


1 


111 


1715 1:117 1715 1:118 


1715 


1 


129 


1716 1:174 1716 1:178 


1717 


1 


190 


1718 1:224 1722 1:326 


1722 


1 


330 


1724 1:426 1724 1:427 


1726 


2 


40 


1726— 2: 52 1727- 2: 87 


1727 


2 


88 


1727— 2 : 100 1727— 2 : 101 


1728 


2 


117 


1728— 2 : 121 1729— 2 : 163 


1731 


2 


335 


1732— 2 : 377 1734— 2 : 398 


1734 


2 


422 


1734— 2 : 424 1735— 2 : 434 


1736 


2 


457 


1737— 2:475 1737— 2:511 


1739 


2 


542 


1742— 2 : 611 1742— 2 : 632 


1745 


3 


115 


1745 3:116 1745 3:117 


1745 


3 


149 


1745— 3 : 187 1745— 3 : 218 


1745 


3 


219 


1745— 3 : 220 1745— 3 : 298 


1745 


3 


299 


1745 3:300 1745 3:322 


1747 


3 


475 


1749— 4 : 105 1749— 4 : 106 


1749 


4 


110 


1749— 4 : 120 1749— 4 : 123 


1749 


4 


128 


1753 4:301 1754 4:437 


1754 


4 


438 


1755— 5 : 43 1755— 5 : 47 


1755 


5 


49 


1755 5: 56 1755 5: 62 


1756 


5 


63 


1759— 5 : 457 1759— 5 : 467 


1762 


6 


252 


1762 6:264 1765 7: 3 


1765 


7 


8 


1765— 7 : 11 1765— 7 : 51 


1766 


7 


76 


1766 7: 80 1766 7:103 


1767 


7 


132 


1768— 7 : 225 1768— 7 : 226 


1768 


7 


228 


1768 7:232 1768 7:233 


1768 


7 


234 


1768— 7 : 237 1774— 8 : 170 


1774 


8 


187 


1774 8:192 1774 8:210 


1775 


8 


220 


oaths administered to . . . 1758 — 5 : 435 


1758 


5 


436 


1761— 6 : 120 1761— 6 : 123 


1761 


6 


130 


1761— 6 : 132 1761— 6 : 151 


1761 


6 


174 


1762— 6 : 237 1762— 6 : 245 


1762 


() 


255 


1765 7: 1 1767 7:125 


1767 


7 


126 


1767— 7:127 1767- 7:134 


1767 


7 


136 


1771 8:107 1773 8:150 


1775 


8 


226 


C^uakers affirm 


1742 


2 


611 


Quakers take oath of secrecy 


1755 


4 


520 


1755— 4:521 


1755 


4 


522 


1755— 4 : 523 1755— 4 : 528 


1755 


4 


529 


list 


1745 


3 


172 


1745— 3:184 1745— 3:262 


1745 


3 


355 


1746— 3 : 368 174(i— 3 : 870 


1747 


3 


453 


1747_ 4: 1 1747— 4: 2 


1747 


4 


4 


1747— 4 : 6 1747— 4 : 9 


1747 


4 


10 


1747— 4: 12 1749— 4:100 


1749 


4 


104 


1749— 4 : 105 175 1— 4 : 380 


1755 


4 


520 


1755 — 4 : 552 1755 — 5 : 


1755 


5 


41 


1755 5: 43 1755 5: 44 


1756 


5 


169 


1757— 5 : 258 1758— 5 : 435 


1759 


5 


506 



224 Index to Journals of House op Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


FACE. 


MEMBEKS, — {continued) : 












list . . . 17r)l— r,:228 


1765 


6 : 458 


1767 


7 


176 


1770— 7:348 


1770— 


8: Ip 


1771 


8 


p2 


1771— 8:105 


1772— 


8:115 


1772 


8 


119 


1772— 8 : 132 


1773 


8:144 


1774 


8 


164 


1774— 8 : 172 


1774 — 


8:187 


1774 


8 


21.S 


pay 


. 


, 


1721 


1 


303 


1728— 2:143 


1731— 


2 : 353 


1742 


2 


638 


1743 3: 47 


1743— 


3: 74 


1745 


3 


166 


1745— 3 : 179 


1745— 


3 : 195 


1745 


3 


198 


1745— 3 : 206 


1753— 


4:312* 


1753 


4 


313 


1756 5: 65 


1756 


5:145 


1768 


5 


381 


1758— 5 : 389 


1759— 


5 : 459 


1762 


6 


268 


1762— (\ : 26!) 


1762— 


6:298 


1765 


7 


28 


1765— 7: 35 


17(i5— 


7: 39 


1765 


7 


41 


1765 7: 46 


1765— 


7: 50 


1769 


7 


288 


1769— 7 : 297 


1769— 


7:298 


1769 


7 


321 


1769— 7 : 323 


1769— 


7 : 329 


1769 


7 


330 


1772— 8:122 


1772— 


8:127 


1774 


8 


203 


1774— 8 : 206 


1774— 


8 : 207 


1774 


8 


209 


mileage (see also list, above) 


, 


, 


1745 


3 


166 


1745— 3 : 203 


1753— 


4:312* 


1753 


4 


346 


1753— 4:347 


1756 


5:145 


1757 


5 


217 


1757— 5 : 226 


1757— 


5:274 


1758 


5 


381 


1758— 5 : 389 


1758— 


5 : 434 


1759 


5 


459 


1759— 5:515 


1759— 


5:519 


1760 


6 


74 


1761— 6:228 


1761— 


6 : 230 


1761 


6 


231 


1762— 6 : 268 


1762— 


6:269 


1765 


7 


28 


1769— 7 : 288 


1769— 


7:321 


1772 


8 


122 


1774— 8 : 203 


1774— 


8:206 


1774 


8 


207 


certificates of service {see also list. 


above) 


, 


1714 


1 


92 




1714— 


1: 93 


1715 


1 


114 


1715— 1:115 


1715— 


1:116 


1743 


3 


55 


1743— 3: 56 


1745— 


3 : 218 


1754 


4 


406 


1754— 4:431 


1758 


5:321 


1758 


5 


327 


1762— 6:309 


1765— 


6 : 432 


1765 


7 


50 


absent, sent for 


. 1715 


1:111 


1715 


1 


126 


1721— 1 : 265 


1721— 


1 : 273 


1721 


1 


276 


1721— 1 : 29S 


1721— 


1:300 


1727 


2 


76 


1738— 2:532 


1742— 


2:630 


1747 


4 


13 


1752— 4 : 2(i3 


1752— 


4:275 


1752 


4 


278 


1752— 4 : 279 


1754— 


4 : 408 


1754 


4 


450 


1755— 4 : 501 


1755— 


5: 22 


1756 


5 


143 


1757— 5 : 210 


1758— 


5 : 409 


1758 


5 


413 


1758— 5 : 420 


1758— 


5:424 


1759 


6 


25 


1761— 6 : 169 


1765— 


6:429 


1765 


7 


18 


<;nintf(l leave of absence . 


. 1732— 


2 : 369 


1742 


2 


637 


absent without leave, lined 


, 


• 


1742 


2 


632 




1742— 


3: 40 


1743 


3 


56 


tardy, fined .... 


. 




1743 


3 


66 


resign 


, 


, 


1753 


4 


299 


dismissed 


. 


. , 


1717 


1 


206 


1727— 2: 79 


1729— 


2 : 160 


1730 


2 


317 


1742— 2 : 631 


1745— 


3 : 129 


1745 


3 


205 


1746— 3:311 


1762— 


6 : 239 


1762 


6 


247 


1774— H:205 


1778— 


8:227 


1775 


8 


234 


expelled 


. 


. 


1773 


8 


146 


deceased . . 1713 — 1 : 65 


1745— 


3 : 287 


1754 


4 


433 


17o4_ 4 : 437 


1765— 


7: 38 


1766 


7 


56 


election from new places . 


, 


, 


1752 


4 


227 


election of new members 


. 


, 


1775 


8 


237 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



225 



TEAR. 



MEMBERS, — {continued) : 

election precepts (see also Prccex>ts) 

election writs (see also Writs) . 



\lbb- 



50 



1773— 
1718— 
1718— 



147 
219 
221 
and 



not wearing swords at session, fined 
privileges .... 

fort l)oat shall attend, for carrying them up 
down during sessions ...... 

to keep their places and not to speak out of them . 

seated 1745— 3 : 193 

1756— 5: 93 1756— 5: 95 
to view batteries, etc., at New Castle 
purchase of Canada stores by (see also Council) 
to vote "yea" or "nay,"' witliout comment . 

me:moranda : 

of weights, etc. [imperfect, on cover] 1740 — 2 : 581 

of conference, house and council 

of members attending special convention 

of distances members live from general assembly 

of members set down at prorogation 

of government expenses on tlie Connecticut, 1756 

of sick soldiers 

of sundries supplied soldiers by sutlers . 
of Robert Thompson ..... 
MEMORIALS (see also Petitions) : 

of John Barker 

of Joseph Blanchard ..... 

of Capt. John Cochran ..... 

1771- 8 
of Dartmouth college trustees (see also of Rev 



Wheelock, below) 
of True}- Dudley and others 
of Ann Frost . 
to governor 
of Richard Greeley . 
of Robert Hale 

of Harvard college, president 
of Jolin Hobby 
of Capt. James Hudson . 
of John Hurd . 1773— 8 : 
of Thomas Hutchinson 
in case of Philip Keniston 
to the king . 1737— 2 
of Kneeland and Russell . 
of Daniel Ladd, Jr. . 
of Matthew Livermore 

oiiicers at Louisburg . 

John Macmath and Thomas 

I\Ioses ]\leder 

Clement Minor 
of New York house of assembly 
of Thomas Parker . 
of William Parker . 
of Daniel Peirce 
of John Penhallow . 
from Portsmouth selectmen 
of Maj. Robert Rogers 

of Sheriff Russell . 
of Thomas Shepherd 



etc. 



137 



515 



of 
of 
of 
of 



1773— 8: 



1764— 
1726— 
1770— 
1773— 



Shepherd 



1740— 
1762— 



1763— 

1740— 



113 
Dr. 

152 



1758— 5 : 390 



418 

53 

346 

138 



1742— 3: 43 



1744— 3 : 80 



1752— 4 : 260 



554 

298 



321 
552 



1755 
1755 
1778 

1773 
1722 
1735 

1718 
1728 
1745 
1758 
1746 
1753 
1756 

1744 
1754 
1756 
1758 
1762 
1757 
1761 
1763 
1764 

1738 
1745 
1771 
1774 

1773 
1745 
1747 
1722 
1758 
1755 
1765 
1726 
1770 
1773 
1748 
1738 
1746 
1755 
1747 
1744 
1745 
1747 
1745 
1752 
1775 
1768 
1740 
1763 
1729 
1738 
1761 
1763 
1740 
1747 



VOL. PAGE 







5 


49 


5 


56 


8 


146 


8 


149 


1 


330 


2 


435 


1 


222 


2 


127 


3 


213 


5 


441 


3 


423 


4 


297 


5 


67 


3 


352 


4 


434 


5 


169 


5 


434 


6 


309 


5 


205 


6 


132 


6 


330 


6 


391 


2 


540 


3 


290 


8 


110 


8 


211 


8 


155 


3 


293 


3 


470 


1 


311 


5 


391 


4 


527 


6 


444 


2 


55 


7 


347 


8 


152 


4 


61 


2 


540 


3 


321 


5 


10 


4 


21 


3 


81 


3 


269 


3 


497 


3 


306 


4 


261 


8 


222 


7 


265 


2 


558 


6 


322 


2 


163 


2 


534 


6 


222 


6 


326 


2 


553 


3 


497 



29 



22f^ 



Index to Journals of House of I^epresentatives, 



MEMORIALS, — (rontitmcd) : 
of .loliii Sullivan 

supnior ci'iiil juil;;«'s . 
William Syniins 1752— 4:254 
1752— 
1 752— 
17"'" 
Bciijaniiii Tlioiuas 
about Tliouiliuson. aji;('nt ..... 

of Dauit'l 'I'illnt.sdu ...... 

of 'i'lionias W;illiu<rfor»l ..... 

of Kcv. Dr. Whciolock, pii'sidenl, vie. (.vco (ilsu 
Darlmimth, etc., above) 



of 
of 



of 



4 
J2— 4 



266 
: 269 
; 275 



1740— 

1752— 

1752— 

1752— 

1 7".-'- 

1( 



15- 



1771- 



2 : 565 
4 : 263 

4 : 267 
4:270 
4 : 276 

3 : 226 



77 



aliout work-house 

MEN (see also Captain- Oeneral, Expcdilums, Forts, Fron- 
tiers, Governors, enlistments by, Graiits, Masts, Muster- 
Itolls, Scouts, Soldkrs, 'Troops, Volunteers, names of 
generals, etc.) 



VK.\U. 



1771 
1742 
1752 
1752 
1752 
1753 
1745 
1734 
1773 
1754 

1771 
1773 
1752 



distributed, .supplied, paid, etc. 


, 


. 


1711 


1 


1711— 1: 13 


1711— 


1: 14 


1711 


1 


1711— 1: 16 


1711 — 


1: 21 


1712 


1 


1722— 1 : 334 


1722— 


1 : 337 


1722 


1 


1722— 1 : 347 


1722— 


1:380 


1724 


1 


1744— 3: 90 


1744— 


3: 91 


1744 


3 


1744— 3:110 


1745— 


3: 150 


1745 


3 


1745— 3:210 


1745— 


3:216 


1745 


3 


1745— 3:220 


1745— 


3:227 


1745 


3 


1745— 3:246 


1745— 


3:258 


1745 


3 


1745— 3:281 


1745— 


3 : 284 


1745 


3 


1745— 3 : 298 


1745— 


3 : 304 


1746 


3 


1746 3 : 324 


1746— 


3 : 330 


1746 


3 


1746— 3:338 


1746— 


3 : 340 


1746 


3 


174G— 3:398 


1746— 


3 : 433 


1746 


3 


1746— 3:438 


1746— 


3 : 443 


1747 


3 


1747— 3 : 455 


1747— 


3:458 


1747 


3 


1747— 3:465 


1747— 


3 : 467 


1747 


3 


1747— 3 : 491 


1747— 


3:511 


1747 


4 


1747— 4: 26 


1747— 


4: 28 


1747 


4 


1748— 4: 74 


1748— 


4: 75 


1748 


4 


1748— 4: 88 


1748— 


4: H9 


1755 


4 


1755— 4 : 526 


1755— 


4:528 


1755 


4 


1755 4 : 569 


1755— 


5: 17 


1755 


5 


1755— 5 : 30 


1756— 


5: 74 


1756 


5 


1756 — 5: 84 


1 756— 


5: 85 


1756 


5 


17o6— 5: 102 


1756— 


5 : 165 


1756 


5 


1757— 5 : 206 


1757— 


5:210 


1757 


5 


1757— 5:236 


1757— 


5:237 


1757 


5 


175.8— 5:338 


1758— 


5 : 362 


1758 


5 


1758— 5:370 


175S— 


5:371 


1758 


5 


175S_ 5:411 


1758— 


5 : 415 


1758 


5 


1758— 5:442 


1759 


5:487 


1759 


5 


1759— 5 : 489 J 


1759— 


5 : 494 


1759 


5 


1759— 6: 2 


1759— 


6: 4 


1759 


6 


1759— 6: 11 


1759— 


6: 16 


1759 


6 


1700- 6: 45 


1760— 


6: 53 


1760 


6 


1761— 6:171 


1761— 


6:174 


1761 


6 


1762— 6 : 251 


1762— 


6:254 


1763 


6 


1764— 6:5«4 


1778 


8:213 


1774 


8 


OF Wak (see also Skips, Squadron, 


and Vessels) : 






French 


. 


. 


1747 


3 



VOL. 



8 
2 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
2 
K 
4 

8 
8 
4 



PAOE. 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



227 



MENDELL, Paul : 

jjetition 
MENIS : 

neutral French from 
MEREDITH : 

inventory . 
MERRILL, Daniel : 

l^etition, etc. 

MERRILL, Eliphalet : 
member . 



MERRILL, Nathaniel : 
petition, etc. 



17G5— 
1766— 
1766— 
1766— 
1767— 
1767— 
1768— 
1768— 
1768— 
1768— 
1768— 
1768— 
1769— 
1769— 
1770— 
1770— 
1770— 
1771— 
1771— 
1771— 
1772— 
1773— 
1774— 
1774— 



30 

63 

84 
178 
116 
120 
191 
206 
214 
242 
262 
278 
285 
313 
356 
4 

46 
2p 

91 
105 
127 
153 
168 
184 



MERRIMACK 
taxation 

inventory 



(see also Bouhegan, East) 



representative 



1754— 
1753— 
1767— 

1752— 
1753— 
1755— 
1756— 
1767— 
1758- 
1761— 
1762— 
1764— 
1767— 
1769— 
1771— 
1773— 
1774— 



charter 
petition 



: 439 
:294 
:160 

:217 

:386 

: 

:260 

:606 

:512 

:232 

: 257 

:464 

:182 

: 352 

: 2p 

:144 

:188 



1748— 4: 
1766— 7 : 



1765— 7 

1766— 7 

1766— 7 

1767— 7 
1767— 
1767— 
1768— 
1768— 
1768— 
1768— 
1768— 
1768— 
1769— 
1769— 
1770— 8 : 
1770— 8 : 

1770— 8 : 

1771— 8: 
1771— 
1772— 

1772— 8 

1773— 8 

1774— 8 
1774— 8 



7 

7: 

7 : 

7: 

7: 

7: 

7: 

7 : 

7: 

7: 



8 
8 



175^ 



4:477 



1755- 
1760- 
1768- 

1752— 

1754— 

1755 — 

1756— 

1758— 

1759— 

1762— 

1762— 

1765— 

1768— 

1770— 

1771— 

1774- 

1774- 

1754- 
1755- 



66 
108 



43 

64 

87 
114 
118 
123 
192 
210 
216 
243 
276 
350 
308 
352 

IP 
5 

47 

61 

92 
115 
130 
154 
169 
188 



1764— 6 : 421 



4:512 
6: 86 
7:220 



:380 
;552 
: 41 
515 
;434 
6:228 
6:255 
;458 
:176 
;233 
354 
8:105 
8 : 164 
8 : 192 

4:439 
4:512 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1756 


5 


1755 


5 


1773 


8 


1766 


7 


1773 


8 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1766 


7 


1766 


7 


1767 


7 


1767 


7 


1767 


7 


1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1768 


7 


1769 


7 


1769 


7 


1770 


7 


1770 


8 


1770 


8 


1770 


8 


1771 


8 


1771 


8 


1772 


8 


1773 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1775 


8 


1747 


4 


1765 


6 


1746 


3 


1755 


4 


1761 


6 


1773 


8 


1749 


4 


1753 


4 


1755 


4 


1756 


5 


1757 


5 


1758 


5 


1760 


6 


1762 


6 


1763 


6 


1766 


7 


1768 


7 


1770 


8 


1772 


8 


1774 


8 


1775 


8 


1752 


4 


1754 


4 


1762 


6 



PAGE. 



189 

58 

158 

53 
147 

29 

176 

68 

106 

115 

119 

182 

200 

213 

235 

245 

277 

284 

311 

354 

1 

13 

52 

90 

101 

122 

144 

164 

172 

218 

29 
435 

388 
514 
122 
158 
144 
384 
558 
95 
264 
436 
230 
256 
462 
178 
350 

Pl 
115 
184 
218 
223 
440 
256 



228 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



MERRIMACK Rivf.U: 

plan oi 



1737— 
17;{7— 
1737— 
1720- 



2 : 4'J8 
2 : 502 
2 : 505 
1 : 256 



3 

3: 

4: 



254 
375 

78 



as bonnflary 

head of . 

defence of frontiers on 

1745— 

1746— 

171.s_ 
certain places on, classed for excise 
places west of, districted for excise 
settlements west of, taxed 
crotch of, way from .... 
IH'oposed dividing line of two counties 
catching bass in, by dip nets, to prevent 



1737— 
1737— 
1737— 
1729— 



1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1755— 
1752— 



to preserve fish in 



fishing in, 



regulated 



to 



1764— 6: 

1765— 6: 
1767— 7 ; 

inhabitants, petition 
road from Charlestown 
MESERVE, D.\mi:l: 
petition 

MESERVE, Capt. George : 
muster-roll 
distributor of stamps 



395 
436 
118 



1757— 
1764— 
1764— 
1765— 
1773— 
1761— 



1766— 
1768— 



1766 



500 
503 



2: 
2: 
2:510 
2:163 



165 
296 
384 
501 
239 



221 
392 
413 
: 9 
152 
197 



77 
211 



87 



MESERVE, C(JL. Nathaniel (see also Staf Officers) : 

regiment, etc. . 1746—3:314 '1747—3:491 

1755— 4 : 488 1756— 5 : 1.54 

1756— 5 : 175 17.o6— 5 : 176 

1757— 5 : 196 1757— 5 : 197 
1757— 5 : 199 1757— 5 : 200 
17o7— 5 : 203 1757— 5 : 204 
1757— 5 : 208 1757— 5 : 209 
1757— 5 : 236 1757— 5 : 239 

1757— 5 : 28S 1757— 5 : 289 
1757_ 5 : 301 1757— 5 : 309 
17.58— 5 : 3.32 1758— 5 : 333 

1758— 5 : 335 1758— 5 : 346 
1758— 5 : 358 1758— 5 : 354 
1758— 5 : 356 1758— 5 : 358 

MESHECH & Meiiitaule : 

brigantine, John Martyn, master .... 
MESSAGE : 

from the board [house sent for, votes, etc., sent 
down] (see also Secretary) 



1715— 
1715— 
1716— 
1716— 
1716— 
1716— 
1717— 
1718— 
1720— 



100 
132 
143 
158 
164 
174 
197 
223 
247 



1711— 
1715— 
171.5- 

17 io- 
nic- 

1716— 
1716— 
1717— 
1718— 
1720— 



28 
106 
138 
151 
159 
171 
183 
204 
229 
248 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1719 


1 


1737 


2 


1737 


2 


1737 


2 


1731 


2 


1722 


1 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1748 


4 


1755 


6 


1755 


4 


1752 


4 


1758 


5 


1753 


4 


1755 


4 


1757 


5 


1767 


5 


1764 


6 


1765 


6 


1767 


7 


1773 


8 


1761 


6 


1768 


7 


1766 


7 


1768 


7 


1746 


3 


1766 


7 


1766 


7 


1753 


4 


1756 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1745 


3 


1 1711 




1711 




1715 




' 1716 




1716 




1716 




! 1716 




1716 




1717 




, 1718 




i 1720 





Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



229 



MESSAGE, — {continued) : 

from the hoard [house sent 
down] . 1721— 1 

1721— 1 

1722— 1 
1722— 1 
1722— 1 
1722— 1 

1722— 1 

1723— 1 
1723— 1 
1723— 1 

1723— 1 

1724— 1 
1724— 1 
1724— 2 

1724— 2 

1725— 2 
1725— 2 

1725— 2 

1726— 2 
1726— 2 
1726— 2 

1726— 2 

1727— 2 
1727— 2 
1727— 2 
1727— 2 
1727— 2 
1727— 2 
1727— 2 

1727— 2 

1728— 2 
1728— 2 
1728— 2 
1728— 2 
1728— 2 

1728— 2 

1729— 2 
1729— 2 
1729— 2 
1729— 2 

1729— 2 

1730— 2 

1730— 2 

1731— 2 

1732— 2 
1734— 2 

1736— 2 

1737— 2 

1738— 2 
1742— 2 

1742— 3 

1743— 3 
1743— 3 
1743— 3 

1743— 3 

1744— 3 

1745— 3 
1745— 3 
1745— 3 



for, 
267 
307 
326 
337 
348 
358 
368 
383 
391 
399 
409 
421 
431 
2 

6 

14 

20 

32 

37 

50 

60 

64 

68 

75 

79 

85 

88 

93 

101 

108 

111 

115 

119 

124 

130 

135 

143 

152 

157 

168 

172 

319 

326 

343 

377 

412 

478 

489 

537 

631 

36 

48 

53 

59 

72 

100 

134 

158 

177 



votes, etc 
1721— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1723— 
1723— 
1723— 
1723— 
1724— 
1724— 
1724— 
1724— 
1725— 
1725— 
1726— 
1726— 
1726— 
1726— 
1726— 
1727— 
1727— 
1727— 
1727— 
1727— 
1727— 
1727— 
1727— 
1728— 
1728— 
1728— 
1728— 
172«— 
1728— 
1729— 
1729— 
1729— 
1729— 
1730— 
1730— 
1730— 
1731— 
1733— 
1736— 
1736— 
1738— 
1738— 
1742— 
1742— 
1743— 
1743— 
1743— 
1743— 
1744— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 



, sent 
1 : 290 
1 : 310 
1:327 
1:339 
1 : 349 
1 : 359 
1:372 
1:387 
1:395 
1 : 405 
1:412 
1:426 
1:432 
3 



4 

15 
21 
34 
39 
63 
61 
66 



2: 71 
2: 77 



2: 
2 : 
2 : 
9 ■ 



81 
86 
89 
94 



2:106 
2:109 
2:112 
2:117 
2:120 
2:126 
2:131 
2:137 
2:147 
2 : 153 
2 : 166 
2 : 169 
2:173 
2:320 
2 : 327 
2:348 
2 : 381 
469 
480 
532 
539 
2:647 
3: 37 
3: 50 
3: 66 
3: 70 
3: 73 
3:102 
3:147 
3 : 159 t 
3 : 178 



TEAR. 


vol.. 


1721 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1723 




1723 




1723 


I 


1723 




1724 


1 


1724 




1724 




1724 


2 


1724 


2 


1725 


2 


1725 


2 


1726 


2 


1726 


2 


1726 


2 


1726 


2 


1727 


2 


1727 


2 


1727 


2 


1727 


2 


1727 


2 


1727 


2 


1727 


2 


1727 


2 


1727 


2 


1728 


2 


1728 


2 


1728 


2 


1728 


2 


1728 


2 


1728 


2 


1729 


2 


1729 


2 


1729 


2 


1729 


2 


1730 


2 


1730 


2 


1730 


2 


1731 


2 


1733 


2 


1736 


2 


1737 


2 


1738 


2 


1742 


2 


1742 


2 


1743 


3 


1743 


3 


1743 


3 


1743 


3 


1744 


3 


1744 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 



PAGE. 



*305 

323 

335 

347 

364 

363 

379 

389 

397 

406 

414 

427 

433 

5 

11 

17 

23 

35 

41 

67 

62 

67 

73 

78 

84 

87 

92 

100 

107 

110 

113 

118 

121 

128 

132 

138 

150 

l.-)5 

167 

170 

318 

325 

333 

364 

393 

470 

483 

534 

616 

648 

47 

61 

58 

71 

97 

109 

148 

168 

187 



230 Tnkrx to Journals of House of Representatives, 



iMKSSAflE. — (ro/i/inniil) : 

from tlu' Ixianl [liouse sc 
down] . 1745 — 
1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1747— 
1747— 
1747— 
1749— 
1754— 
1754— 
1756— 
1756— 
1757— 
1758— 
1758— 
1759— 
1759— 
1760— 
1761— 
1761— 
1761— 
1761— 
1761— 
1761— 
1762— 
1764— 
1764— 
1765— 
1765— 
1766— 
1767— 
1767— 
1767— 
1767— 
1767— 
1768— 
1768— 
1768— 
1768— 
1768— 
1768- 
1769— 
1769— 
1769— 
1769— 
1769— 
1769— 
1769— 
1770— 
1772— 
177 
177 
177 
1774— 
to the board [vote sent up, 
1715— 



nt 



for, 

; : 197 

!:211 

;:2o5 

;:32S 

; : ;{.s.{ 

! : 392 

;:432 

'. : 446 

1: 13 

; 37 

: 165 

433 

:461 

5: 66 

5 : 152 

5 : 273 

5 : 346 

5 : 405 

5 : 457 

5 : 486 
6: 37 

6 : 130 
6 : 147 
6 : 155 
(i : 176 
6 : 196 
6 : 219 
6 : 308 
6 : 391 

6 : 421 
7: 8 
7: 13 
7: 71 
7:112 

7 : 137 
7 : 151 
7 : 165 
7:170 
7 : 199 
7:213 
7 : 235 
7 : 249 
7 :255 
7 : 279 
7 : 290 
7 : 299 
7:307 
7:311 
7:316 
7 : 319 
7 : 326 
S: 7 
S:125 
s : 189 
.s : 195 
s : 206 
S:211 
etc.] 
1:105 



vo 



es, etc,, 

4.")— 3 
45— 3 

45— 3 

46— 3 
46- 3 
46— 3 

46— 3 

47— 3 
47— 4 
47- 4 
53— 4 

754— 4 

55— 4 

56— 5 

56— 5 

57 — 5 
758— 5 
"58 — 5 

59— 5 

59— 6 

60— 6 

61— 6 
61— 6 
6]— 6 
61— 6 
61— 6 
61— 6 

64— 6 
764— 6 

65— 6 
6.5— 7 

65— 7 

66— 7 

67— 7 
07- 7 
67- 7 

67 — 7 

68— 7 
6K— 7 
(;s— 7 
68— 7 
6.S— 7 

68— 7 

69— 7 
69 — 7 
69— 7 
69— 7 
6!>— 7 
(■.9 — 7 



69— 
70— 
70— 
73— 
74^ 
71— 



7 
8 
S 

s 
s 

71 — H 
74— 8 



sent 

: 19H 

: 213 

:275 

: 379 

:390 

:400 

:434 

:447 

: 21 

: 38 

:311 

:457 

:506 

: 92 

:183 

: 303 

: 366 

:441 

:461 

: 26 

: 39 

:132 

:148 

:160 

:177 

:211 

:220 

:386 

:392 

:452 

: 11 

: 51 

: 75 

:125 

:148 

: 162 

:168 

:197 

: 201 

:225 

: 239 

: 253 

:270 

:284 

:297 

:305 

:308 

:312 

:317 

: 321 

:338 

: 32 

: 139 

: 190 • 

;197 

: 207 

:212 



YEAR. 



1715— 1:122 



1745 

1745 

1745 

1746 

1746 

1746 

1746 

1747 

1747 

1747 

1753 

1754 

1756 

1756 

1756 

1757 

1758 

1758 

1759 

1760 

1760 

1761 

1761 

1761 

1761 

1761 

1762 

1764 

1764 

1765 

1765 

1766 

1766 

1767 

1767 

1767 

1767 

1768 

1768 

1768 

1768 

1768 

1768 

1769 

1769 

1769 

1769 

1769 

1769 

1769 

1770 

1771 

1774 

1774 

1774 

1774 

1775 

1715 

1715 



VOL. 



3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

4 

4 

4 

4 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

6 

5 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

1 

1 



PAOK. 



206 
216 
29.S 
3H1 
391 
409 
441 
493 
36 
42 
330 
458 
65 
150 
1H7 
304 
389 
444 
466 
35 
100 
139 
152 
163 
186 
216 
243 
389 
419 
3 
12 
62 
88 
133 
150 
163 
ir»9 
198 
212 
232 
248 
254 
274 
285 
298 
306 
310 
314 
318 
324 
359 
60 
iss 
192 
202 
210 
220 
100 
127 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



231 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


MESSAGE, — {continued) : 










to the board [vote sent up, etc.] 










1715— 1:138 


1716— 1 : 140 


1716 




157 


1716 1 : 163 


1716— 1:167 


1716 




168 


1717— 1:194 


1718— 1:218 


1718 




221 


1718— 1:223 


1720— 1:249 


1721 




265 


1721— 1 : 267 


1721— 1:269 


1721 




270 


1721— 1:271 


1721— 1:275 


1721 




281 


1721— 1:282 


1721— 1:283 


1721 




285 


1721— 1:286 


1721— 1:290 


1721 




303 


1722— 1:312 


1722— 1 : 313 


1722 




321 


1722— 1 : 323 


1722— 1:326 


1722 




330 


1726— 2: 52 


1726— 2: 60 


1727 


2 


100 


1728— 2 : 122 


1730— 2 : 174 


1731 


2 


343 


1733— 2:377 


1733— 2:378 


1736 


2 


483 


1737— 2:495 


1737— 2:514 


1740 


2 


547 


1742— 2:637 


1742— 3: 31 


1742 


3 


36 


1743 3: 47 


1743 3: 63 


1743 


3 


56 


1743 3: 59 


1743 3: 69 


1743 


3 


70 


1744— 3: 79 


1744— 3 : 94 


1744 


3 


97 


1744— 3 : 102 


1745 3 : 132 


1745 


3 


145 


1745— 3 : 147 


1745 3 : 158 


1745 


3 


tl59 


1745 3 : 168 


1745 3 : 175 


1745 




178 


1745 3:197 


1745— 3:211 


1745 


3 


227 


1745 3 : 299 


1746 3 : 328 


1746 


3 


340 


1746 3 : 380 


1746— 3:415 


1747 


3 


463 


1747— 3:493 


1747— 4: 33 


1747 


4 


56 


1748— 4 : 94 


1752— 4:248 


1752 


4 


271 


1753 4:311 


1753— 4:345 


1754 


4 


432 


1754— 4:461 


1754 — 4:475 


1755 


4 


508 


1755— 5 : 56 


1756— 5 : 65 


1756 


5 


92 


1756— 5 : 143 


1756— 5 : 152 


1756 


5 


183 


1757— 5 : 207 


1757— 5:213 


1757 


6 


224 


1757— 5 : 273 


1757— 5 : 303 


1758 


5 


316 


1758— 5 : 340 


1758— 5:346 


1758 


5 


366 


1758— 5 : 389 


1758 5 : 405 


1758 


5 


414 


1758 5 : 438 


1758— 5:441 


1758 


5 


444 


1759 5 : 461 


1759— 5 : 462 


1759 


5 


465 


1759— 5:467 


1759— 5:486 


1759 


6 


6 


1759— 6: 7 


1759 6: 15 


1760 


6 


92 


1760 6 : 100 


1760— 6 : 106 


1761 


6 


123 


1761— 6 : 129 


1761— 6 : 132 


1761 


6 


139 


1761— 6 : 147 


1761— 6 : 148 


1761 


6 


152 


1761— 6:156 


1761— 6:158 


1761 


6 


163 


1761— 6 : 176 


1761— 6:186 


1761 


(5 


188 


1761— 6 : 196 


1761— 6:211 


1761 


6 


216 


1761— 6:219 


1761— 6:220 


17(;2 


6 


249 


1762— 6 : 263 * 


1762— 6:282 


1763 


6 


340 


1763— 6:346 


1764— 6:387 


1764 


6 


388 


17(;4— 6:391 


17fi4— 6 : 402 


1764 


6 


411 


1764— 6:419 


1764— 6 : 421 


1765 


6 


431 


1765— 6 : 437 


1765— 6:453 


1765 


6 


454 


1765— 7 : 1 


1765— 7 : 3 


1765 


7 


8 


1765— 7: 11 


1765— 7: 12 


1765 


7 


13 


1765— 7 : 39 


1765— 7 : 51 


1766 


7 


62 


1766— 7 : 65 


1766— 7 : 67 


1766 


7 


68 


1766— 7 : 70 


1766— 7: 71 


1766 


7 


74 


1766— 7 : 75 


1766— 7 : 76 


1766 


7 


88 


1766— 7 : 101 


1767— 7 : 112 


1767 


7 


125 


1767— 7 : 132 


1767— 7 : 134 


1767 


7 


136 


1767— 7 : 150 


1767— 7 : 163 


1767 


7 


167 



232 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PACK. 


MivSSA(iE, — (continued) : 










to the board [vote sent up, ctr.] 










1767— 7 : ir.8 


1767— 7: 169 


1768 


7 


196 


1768— 7 : I'.ts 


1768— 7:211 


1768 


7 


225 


1768— 7 : 22M 


1768— 7:233 


1768 


7 


253 


1768— 7 : 254 


1768— 7:261 


1769 


7 


284 


17<J9— 7:2S5 


1769— 7:290 


1769 


7 


298 


1769— 7:301 


1769— 7:305 


1769 


7 


310 


1769— 7:311 


1769— 7:316 


1769 


7 


318 


1769— 7:319 


176!»— 7:330 


1770 


7 


359 


1770— 8: 7 


1770 8: 40 


1771 


8 


60 


1774— 8:188 


1774— 8:1K9 


1774 


8 


192 


1774— 8:193 


1774— 8:204 


1774 


8 


209 


frniii court of ('oiniiiissioncrs . 




1737 


2 


497 


Iroiii govrnior or lieuti-iiaiit-goveriKir 


1711— 1 : 15 


1712 




56 


1715— 1 :113 


1715— 1 :125 


1715 




138 


1717— 1:198 


1717— 1:204 


1718 




213 


1718— 1 : 224 


171!»— 1:239 


1719 




242 


1720— 1 : 2G1 


1721— 1:301 


1722 




310 


1722— 1:324 


1722— 1 :342 


1722 




349 


1724— 2: 1 


1726— 2: 34 


1729 


2 


144 


1729— 2: 152 


1729— 2:165 


1730 


2 


314 


1730— 2:315 


1730— 2:316 


1730 


2 


317 


1730— 2 : 324 


1730 2:328 


1730 


2 


332 


1730— 2:333 


1731— 2:357 


1733 


2 


390 


1733 2 : 395 


1734— 2:415 


1735 


2 


435 


1736— 2:474 


1737— 2:476 


1737 


2 


482 


1737— 2 : 490 


1737— 2:493 


1737 


2 


509 


1740 2 : 559 


1740— 2:567 


1740 


2 


568 


1742— 2:032 


1742- 2:633 


1742 


2 


634 


1742— 2:635 


1742— 2:648 


1742 


2 


649 


1742— 2:650 


1743— 3: 48 


1743 


3 


52 


1743 3: 53 


1743— 3: 54 


1743 


3 


55 


1743— 3: 60 


1743— 3: 62 


1743 


3 


67 


1743— 3: 71 


1743— 3: 74 


1743 


3 


75 


1744— 3: 79 


1744— 3 : 83 


1744 


3 


85 


1744— 3: 88 


1744_ 3: 90 


1744 


3 


91 


1744— 3 : 92 


1744— 3: 94 


1744 


3 


95 


1744— 3: 97 


1744— 3: 98 


1744 


3 


105 


1745— 3:116 


1745— 3:117 


1745 


3 


118 


1745— 3:119 


1745— 3:129 


1745 


3 


132 


1745— 3 : 138 


1745— 3:140 


1745 


3 


147 


1745— 3:149 


1745— 3:151 


1745 


3 


154 


1745— 3 : 156 


1745— 3:160 


1745 


3 


161 


1745— 3 : 162 


1745— 3:163 


1745 


3 


165 


1745— 3:16H 


1745— 3:176 


1745 


8 


217 


1745— 3 : 230 


1745— 3:242 


1745 


3 


245 


1745— 3 : 252 


1745— 3:253 


1745 


3 


254 


1745— 3:299 


1746 3 : 309 


1746 


3 


315 


1746— 3:322 


1746— 3:335 


1746 


3 


337 


1746 3 : 341 


1746— 3:342 


1746 


3 


356 


1746— 3 : 382 


1746 3:386 


1746 


3 


391 


1746— 3 : 392 


1746— 3:406 


1746 


3 


409 


1746 3:411 


1746— 3:413 


1746 


3 


415 


1746— 3:418 


1746 3 : 422 


1746 


3 


423 


1746— 3 : 425 


17 l«— 3:426 


1747 


3 


448 


1747— 3:449 


1747— 3:451 


1747 


3 


452 


1747— 3:453 


1747— 3:454 


17t7 , 


3 


463 


1747— 3 : 473 


17}7_ 3:474 


1747 


3 


485 


1747— 3:490 


1747— 3:494 


1747 


3 


495 


1747— 3:499 


1747— 3:500 


1747 


3 


501 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



233 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


MESSAGE, 


— {continued) : 










from 


governor or lieutenant-governor 










1747— 3:509 


1747— 3:511 


1747 


3 


516 




1747— 3:517 


1747— 4 : 15 


1747 


4 


16 




1747— 4: 17 


1747— 4: 21 


1747 


4 


22 




1747— 4: 24 


1747— 4: 28 


1747 


4 


36 




1747— 4 : 48 


1747— 4: 51 


1747 


4 


52 




1747— 4: 53 


1747— 4: 57 


1748 


4 


61 




1748— 4: 71 


1748 4: 74 


1748 


4 


81 




1748 4: 89 


1749— 4 : 107 


1749 


4 


133 




1749— 4 : 140 


1749— 4 : 148 


1749 


4 


, 167 




1749— 4 : 168 


1749- 4:174 


1750 


4 


178 




1750— 4 : 180 


1750 4 : 184 


1750 


4 


188 




1750— 4:194 


1750 4 : 195 


1751 


4 


201 




1752— 4:205 


1752— 4 : 216 


1752 


4 


231 




17.52— 4 : 235 


1752— 4 : 267 


1753 


4 


299 




1753 4 : 301 


1753— 4 : 323 


1753 


4 


325 




1753 4 : 328 


1753 4 : 330 


1753 


4 


339 




1753 4 : 344 


1753— 4 : 359 


1753 


4 


362 




1754 4 : 369 


1754— 4 : 426 


1754 


4 


432 




1754— 4 : 449 


1754— 4 : 452 


1754 


4 


458 




175^ 4:462 


1754— 4 : 464 


1754 


4 


474 




1754— 4 : 475 


1754— 4 : 488 


1755 


4 


506 




1755— 4:515 


1755— 4:520 


1755 


4 


531 




1755— 4 : 535 


1755 4 : 536 


1755 


4 


538 




1755— 4 : 544 


1755— 4 : 550 


1755 


4 


565 




1755— 5 : 3 


1755— 5 : 5 


1755 


5 


8 




1755— 5 : 9 


1755 — 5 : 10 


1755 


5 


15 




1755— 6 : 16 


1755 5: 17 


1755 


5 


20 




1755 5: 22 


1755— 5 : 25 


1755 


5 


34 




1755 5: 51 


1755 — 5 : 62 


1756 


5 


64 




1756— 5 : 74 


1756 5: 89 


1756 


5 


97 




1756— 5 : 98 


1756 5 : 103 


1756 


5 


104 




1756 5 : 105 


1756— 5 : 109 


1756 


5 


114 




1756— 5:116 


1756— 5 : 120 


1756 


5 


124 




1756— 5 : 128 


1756— 5 : 131 


1756 


5 


137 




1756— 5 : 138 


1756— 5 : 140 


1756 


5 


143 




1756— 5 : 162 


1756— 5 : 163 


1757 


5 


212 




1757— 5 : 221 


1757— 5 : 227 


1757 


5 


234 




1757— 5:239 


1757— 5 : 242 


1757 


5 


243 




1757— 5 : 248 


1757— 5 : 249 


1757 


5 


250 




1757— 5 : 255 


1757— 5 : 277 


1757 


5 


286 




1757— 5:291 


1157— 5 : 295 


1758 


5 


310 




1758— 5 : 311 


1758— 5 : 314 


1758 


5 


318 




1758— 5 : 330 


1758— 5 : 331 


1758 


5 


340 




1758 5 : 342 


1758— 5 : 361 


1758 


5 


362 




1758— 5 : 363 


1758 — 5 : 367 


1758 


5 


371 




1758— 5 : 379 


1758— 5 : 383 


1758 


5 


384 




1758— 5 : 392 


1758— 5 : 393 


1758 


5 


399 




1758 5 : 400 


1758— 5 : 401 


1758 


5 


402 




1758— 5:408 


1758— 5 : 409 


1758 


5 


410 




1758— 5 : 412 


1758— 5 : 413 


1758 


5 


422 




1758— 5 : 425 


1758— 5 : 451 


1758 


5 


452 




1759— 5 : 477 


1759— 5 : 484 


1759 


5 


494 




1759_ 5 : 496 


1759— 6 : 5 


1759 


6 


6 




1759— 6 : 9 


1759— 6 : 16 


1759 


() 


17 




1759— 6 : 25 


1759— 6 : 28 


1759 


6 


31 




1760— 6 : 33 


1760 6: 34 


1760 


6 


88 




1760— 6: 94 


1760— 6 : 98 


1760 


6 


105 




1760— 6 : 112 


1760— 6:113 


1760 


6 


114 




1761— 6:164 


1761— 6 : 169 


1761 


6 


170 



30 



234 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YKAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


MESSAGE,- (ronlinucd) : 










i'roui governor or lioutenaiit-governor | 








17t;i— 6:171 


1761— 6:172 


1761 


6 


179 


17til— 6: ISO 


1761— 6:195 


1761 


6 


211 


1761— 6:21H 


17(i]_ 6:220 


1761 


6 


223 


17(;-j_ 6:2.S7 


1763— 6 : 326 


1764 


6 


383 


1761— 6:41H 


1765— 6:430 


1765 


6 


437 


1765— 6:453 


1765— 7: 19 


1766 


7 


2(1 


1765— 7: 25 


17fi6— 7: 98 


1767 


7 


166 


17<is— 7:229 


176.H_ 7:256 


1768 


7 


260 


176,S— 7 : 264 


1768— 7 : 267 


1769 


7 


2K1 


1769— 7:324 


1769 7 : 330 


1769 


7 


333 


177((_ 7:337 


1770— 8: 32 


1770 


8 


35 


1770— S: 50 


1771— «: 75 


1771 


8 


91 


1771— 8: 97 


1771— 8:110 


1771 


8 


111 


1772— 8:114 


1772— 8:116 


1772 


8 


120 


1772— 8:124 


1772— 8:125 


1772 


8 


128 


1772— 8:130 


1772— 8 : 134 


1773 


8 


139 


1773— 8 : 143 


1773 8:146 


1774 


8 


165 


1774— 8:190 


1774— 8:197 


1774 


8 


212 


1774— 8 : 213 


1775 8:220 


1775 


8 


225 


1775— 8:226 


1775— 8 : 229 


1775 


8 


233 


to governor or lieutenant-governor (.yec also Answer) 


1726 


2 


51 




1728 2:121 


1730 


2 


322 


1735— 2:436 


1735— 2:444 


1736 


2 


446 


1736— 2:461 


1737— 2 : 483 


1742 


2 


623 


1742— 2:624 


1742— 2:629 


1742 


3 


31 


1743 3: 72 


1743 3: 74 


1744 


3 


SO 


1744— 3 : 97 


1744— 3:104 


1744 


3 


105 


1745 3:117 


1745— 3:118 


1745 


3 


119 


1745— 3 : 128 


1745— 3 : 129 


1745 


3 


13S 


1745— 3 : 146 


1745— 3:151 


1745 


3 


154 


1745— 3:156 


1745— 3:160 


1745 


3 


161 


1745— 3:162 


1745- 3:165 


1745 


3 


16s 


1745— 3:175 


1745— 3 : 189 


1745 


3 


210 


1745— 3 : 230 


1745 3:298 


1745 


3 


299 


1746 3:330 


1746— 3 : 335 


1746 


3 


342 


1746— 3:347 


1746— 3:372 


1746 


3 


881 


1746— 3:411 


1746— 3:413 


1746 


3 


420 


1747— 3 : 451 


1747— 3 : 454 


1747 


3 


466 


1747_ 3 : 493 


1747— 3:495 


1747 


3 


499 


1747— 3 : 500 


1747— 3:501 


1747 


3 


509 


1747— 4: 15 


1747— 4: 16 


1747 


4 


24 


1747— 4: 29 


1747— 4: 44 


1747 


4 


4S 


1747— 4 : 56 


1748— 4: 61 


1748 


4 


7! 


1749— 4:113 


1719- 4:124 


1749 


4 


137 


1749— 4 : 149 


1749— 4:155* 


1749 


4 


15t 


1749— 4:158 


1749— 4:168 


1749 


4 


175 


1750— 4:187 


1750— 4:189 


1752 


4 


247 


175;3_ 4 : 286 


1753— 4:299 


1753 


4 


344 


1753— 4:361 


175:1— 4:363 


1754 


4 


437 


1754_ 4:454 


1754— 4:462 


1754 


4 


47(J 


1755— 4 : 492 


1755— 5 : 7 


1756 


6 


56 


1756— 5:137 


1756— 5:176 


1757 


6 


221 


1757— 6 : 295 


1758— 5 : 361 


1758 


6 


37'J 


1758— 6:401 


f!r)H— 5:422 


1758 


6 


461 


175a— 5 : 452 


1759- 5:477 


1759 


6 


484 


1759— 6 : 25 


1759— 6 : 31 


1760 


6 


87 


1760— 6:161 


1761— 6:164 


1761 


6 


173 


1701— 6:195 


1762— 6:237 


1762 


6 


263 


1765— 7 : 18 


1765— 7: 24 


1766 


7 


25 



Province of JSTeav Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



235 



MESSAGE, — {continued;) 



to governor or lieiitenant-ofovernor 



1766— 7: 79 

1768— 7 : 185 

1769— 7 : 281 

1770— 8 : 35 
METHUEN : 

taxation . . 1743— 3: 52 
vote relating to .... 

district, diffienlt circumstances of 
rating inhabitants of, in Windham also 



1766— 
1768— 
1769— 
1772— 



7:103 

7:198 
7 : 289 
8:121 



1743— 3 : 55 



representative 



1749— 
1749— 



4: 130 
4:139 



1773- 
1768- 



8:153 
7:236 



1761— 6:124 



METHUEN AND Dracttt District: 

right to send representative disputed 1745 — 3 : 116 

taxation ......... 

part of Salem exempt from tax to . 
MIDDLETON : 

inventory .... 

MILE Slip [Milford] : 

inventory . 1768 — 7 : 219 

MILEAGE (see Members) . 
MILES, JosiAH: 

petition . . 1760— 6: 71 
MILES, William: 

muster-rpll .... 

petition ..... 
MILITARY Commission : 

to order building and settling of 

of towns " . 1722— 1 : 348 

MILITARY Drill ["Exercise"] : 

book, printing .... 1771 — 8: 71 

MILITARY Fixes (see Fines, and Militia) . 
MILITARY Officer: 

pretending to be a, penalty ..... 
MILITARY Operations: 

new, difficult . 

MILITIA (see also Soldiers) : 

regulated 



garrisons 



1711— 


1: 22 


1718 1 : 220 


1722— 


1 : 348 


1722— 1 : 353 


1723— 


1 : 384 


1730 2 : 329 


1740— 


2 : 545 


1740— 2:552 


1746 


3:314 


1754— 4 : 438 


1756— 


5:171 


1757— 5 : 294 


1765— 


6:468 


1765— 7 : 5 


fines (which see also) 


• 


1740— 2:563 


laws .... 


• 


1757— 5 : 288 
1773 8 : 135 



MILL-DAM : 

Portsmouth 

Greenland 
MILLER, Ebenezer: 

petition, etc. 
MILLER, Robert: 

claim .... 
MILLER, Samuel: 

muster-roll 
MILLER, Simeon: 

passing counterfeit money 



1763— 6 : 378 



YEAE. 



1767 
1768 
1770 
1774 

1743 
1744 
1745 
1746 
1749 
1749 

1745 
1746 
1757 

1773 

1773 



1761 

1745 
1754 

1722 
1723 

1771 



1724 

1757 

1711 
1722 
1722 
1731 
1740 
1754 
1765 
1770 
1740 
1740 
1773 
1773 

1718 
1718 

1764 

1745 

1745 

1769 



VOL. 



7 
7 
7 
8 

3 
3 
3 
3 

4 
4 



3 
3 
5 



3 

4 

1 
1 



1 
1 
1 
2 

2 
4 

6 

8 
2 
2 
8 
8 

1 
1 

6 

3 

3 

7 



PAGE. 



125 
261 
337 
166 

61 
106 
229 
432 
131 
144 

118 
388 
242 

157 

158 

146 

290 

465 

346 
384 

73 



419 
215 

21 
347 
357 
337 
556 
462 
457 

57 
550 
569 
134 
140 

218 
227 

409 

217 

278 

291 



236 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



MILLER, Thomas : 

5iur<;eiiii in I^ouisburg expodition 
MILLET, Thomas: 



ineniljer 



ir.'U— 
1734— 
1735— 
173G— 
1737— 
1740— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1749— 
1749— 
1749— 
1749— 
1750— 
1752— 
1752— 
1752— 
1753— 
1755— 
1755— 
1755— 
175(5— 
1756— 
1757— 
1757— 
1757— 
1758— 



2 : 34G 



422 
439 
457 
477 
544 
115 
125 
152 
157 
188 
201 
229 
100 
106 
127 
162 

10 
216 
252 
267 
384 
520 


47 
143 
260 
269 
287 
293 
430 



MILLS 



1759— 5 : 478 



regulated 



1718— 
1753 — 



221 
291 



invoice 

on Salmon Falls river 

linseed oil ....'. 

MILLS, Elicood : 

petition . . 1771 — 8 : 61 
MILLS, John: 

scout ...... 

petition ...... 

MILLS, Like, and otheus: 

petition 

mNISTEKS : 

servants of, free from impress 
MINLSTKY (see also under several totv7is) : 

support of the 

1716— 1:176 
174;^_ ;3: 58 

British, instructions from the . 
MINOR, Clement : 

bills of credit burnt in dwelling of . 
1752- 4:260 
MINORS (see also Mustcr-RoUs) : 

soldiers, balance due, paid parents or 



1731 — 
1732— 
1734— 
17.35— 
17.36— 
1737— 
1740— 
174.5— 
174.5— 
174.5— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
174.5— 
1749- 
1749— 
1749— 
1749— 
1750— 
1752— 
1752— 
1752— 

1754 — 

1755 — 
17.55 — 
175.5— 
17.56— 
1756— 
1757— 
1757— 
1757 — 
1758— 
1759— 

1719— 
1761- 



2: 
2: 
2 : 

i! 

2: 

2; 

2 ; 

l\ 

3: 

3: 

3; 

3: 

3: 

3: 

4: 

4: 

4: 

4: 

4: 

4: 

4: 

4; 

4 

4: 

5; 

5; 

5 : 

5 : 

5 ; 

5: 

5: 

5 

5: 

1 : 

6: 



1716— 1: 
1747— 3: 



17.52— 4: 
17.^2- 4 

masters 
1757— 6 ; 



335 
3(59 
423 
445 
458 
494 
546 
123 
128 
154 
172 
190 
202 
237 
104 
108 
132 
164 
194 
219 
255 
278 
442 
521 
41 
51 
166 
515 
270 
289 
506 
431 
479 

232 
122 



1771— 8: 62 



180 
472 



258 
261 



197 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1745 


3 


1731 


2 


1734 


2 


1735 


2 


1735 


2 


1737 


2 


1739 


2 


1740 


2 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


S 


1745 


3 


1748 


4 


1749 


4 


1749 


4 


1749 


4 


1749 


4 


1751 


4 


1752 


4 


1752 


4 


1752 


4 


1754 


4 


1755 


4 


1755 


5 


17.55 


5 


1756 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1760 


6 


1719 


1 


17G7 


7 


! 1760 


6 


1773 


8 


1771 


8 


1745 


3 


' 17.03 


4 


1754 


4 


1712 


1 


1714 


1 


! 1724 


2 


1770 


8 


1769 


7 


1752 


4 


1753 


4 


1756 


5 


1757 


5 



PAGE. 



159 

341 
397 
433 
447 
475 
542 
558 
124 
132 
156 
180 
193 
203 

90 
105 
118 
'154 
176 
9 
227 
263 
380 
552 
558 

44 
258 
169 
264 
282 
290 
419 
432 

63 

233 

161 

82 

155 

65 

228 
323 

398 

43 

78 

5 

14 

289 

259 
340 

110 
198 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



237 



1763— 6 : 321 



17G9— 7 : 282 



1753— 4 
1755— 4 
1770— 8 



329 

515 

49 



1746— 3 : 310 



MINORS, — {continued) : 

imrtition ol" lands, in case of . 
MISAPPLICATION: 

of bounty money, alleged 
jNIISRECITING (see Appeals). 
MISTAKEIST Identity: 

" not the same David Wilson " 
MITCHELL, Anna : 

petition . . 1768— 7 : 270 
INHTCIIELL, David : 

account ..... 
MITCHELL, George (see also Eazen) : 

surveyor of line 1742 — 2 : 613 
1754— 4:442 

widow's claim .... 
MITCHELL, Capt. John : 

muster-roll, etc. .... 
MITCHELL, Robert : 

heirs of, guardian to sell lands 
MITCHELL & Briant: 

accounts ...... 

MITTIMUS : 

issued for damning general assembly 
MOBS: 

seize longboat of H. M. S. Enterprise 

damage hj, alleged .... 
MOCCASONS : 

provided and preserved . 

1744— 3 : 108 

1745— 3 : 303 

1746— 3:314 
1746— 3:443 

MOFFAT, John : 

account 

deed to, legalized 

MOHAWK : 

Indians 1711 — 1 : 11 

1722— 1:352 
MOLASSES : 

duty on 1714— 1 : 82 

for soldiers . 

MOLLY : 

schooner, Capt. William Stanwood 
MONADNOCK No. 2 [Jaffrey] : 

inventory ........ 

MONADNOCK No. 3 [Dublin] : 

inventory 1767— 7 : 16 

MONADNOCK No. 4 [Fitzwilliam] : 

inventory ........ 

MONADNOCK No. 5 [Marlborough] : 

inventory 1773— 8 : 153 

MONADNOCK No. 6 [Nelson] : 

inventoi-y 1773 — 8 : 154 

MONEY (see also Batik, Bills of Credit, Canada, Coin, 
Committee, Counterfeiting, Croivn Poiiit, Currency, 
Depreciation, Divmiishing , Gold, Lotdsburg, New Eng- 
land, Pa2Jer, Poivder, Froclaniation, Silver, Smart, 
Siianish, Specie, Stocks, Uttering, Warrants, York) : 

scalp 

\ii\aQoi {see also Act to ascertain, etc.) 1742 — 2:624 
1742— 2 : 644 1745— 3 : 112 



1745- 
1745- 
1746- 
1747- 



3 
3 
3 
3 



113 

304 
325 
448 



TEAR. 



VOL. 



1763 
1746 

1758 

1769 

1754 

1753 
1760 
1770 

1747 

1768 

1742 

1754 

1758 
1766 

1722 
1745 
1745 
1746 
1747 

1747 
1757 

1722 
1764 

1715 
1756 

1746 

1773 

1773 

1773 

1773 

1773 



5 

7 
4 

4 

6 
8 

3 

7 
2 
4 

5 

7 

1 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
5 

1 
6 

1 
5 

3 

8 
8 
8 
8 
8 



PAGE. 

322 
440 

370 

295 

424 

345 

109 

51 

518 

270 

624 

396 

311 

99 

357 
302 
305 
340 
449 

* 485 
290 

349 

385 

104 
117 

418 

159 

159 

159 

159 

159 



1722 
1742 
1745 



1 
2 
3 



346 
625 
241 



238 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAOE. 


MONEY, — {continued) : 












value of . . 1746— 3:3!I9 


1747— 


3:483 


1747 


3 


491 


1747— 3:522 


1747— 


3 : 523 


1747 


3 


524 


1747— 3:5-j5 


1747— 


4: 40 


1747 


4 


41 


1747— 4: 42 


175.3— 


4 : 360 


1756 


5 


187 


1757— 5 : 269 


1758 — 


5 : 456 


1764 


6 


419 


1765— 6:452 


1765— 


7: 4 


1765 


7 


<i 


176.5— 7 : 11 


1765— 


7: 12 


1765 


7 


13 


1765— 7: 24 


1765— 


7: 25 


1765 


7 


26 


1765 7: 29 


1769— 


7:283 


1771 


8 


99 


1771— 8:100 


1771— 


8 : 108 


1771 


8 


109 


MONEY-MAKERS {see also CoimterjiUcn^ 


): 










takino; up ..... 




, 


1757 


5 


309 


MOXOMACK KivF.n (sec also Merrimack) 


* 










province bound .... 


, 


. 


1737 


2 


501 


MOXSON: 












taxation 


, 


, 


1746 


3 


388 


petition 




. 


1747 


3 


467 


1747— 3:471 


1753- 


4 : 328 * 


1753 


4 


331 


1763 6:312 


1763— 


(i : 341 


1763 


6 


342 


defence of 


1747— 


4: 27 


1748 


4 


67 


representative ..... 


, 


, , 


1749 


4 


144 




1762— 


6 : 255 


1762 


6 


256 


1762— 6 : 257 


1762— 


6 : 458 


1762 


6 


462 


1764— 6:464 


1765— 


7:176 


1766 


7 


178 


1767— 7:182 


1768— 


7:233 


1768 


7 


350 


1769— 7 : 352 


1770— 


7 : 354 


1770 


8 


Pl 


inventory 


1753— 


4 : 294 


1760 


6 


m 


1761— 6:122 


1767— 


7:160 


1768 


7 


220 


south side, setting off, to Hollis 


, 


, 


1763 


6 


313 


MONSTERS: 












conspiring, ruin devised by 




• 


1715 


1 


119 


MONTAGUE, Edwaku : 












agent for Virginia, at court 




, , 


1770 


8 


24 


MONTGOMERY, IfuGii : 












volunteer 


1746 


3:404 


1748 


4 


65 


MONTREAL : 












expenses at 


. 


, 


1763 


6 


352 


MOODY, David: 












])oor debtor, died in gaol ; government to bury 


1763 


6 


381 


MOODY. JosKi-ii: 












had small-pox ..... 


. 


, 


1762 


6 


279 


MOODY', Capt. Samukl: 












sent against Indians 


1718— 


1:225 


1718 


1 


229 


muster-roll . 1721— l:2iJ0 


1722— 


1:314 


1722 


1 


316 


MOONEY, Benjamin : 












petition, etc. ..... 


1757 — 


5 : 224 


1757 


5 


225 


17.58— 5:392 


1758— 


5:397 


1763 


6 


352 


MOONEY, C'Ai-r. IIlucllks: 












petition, etc. . 1757 — 5 : 224 


1758 


5:323 


1758 


6 


334 


1758— 5 : 372 


175.S— 


5 : 389 


1760 


6 


57 


1761— 6:121 


1761— 


6 : 128 


1761 


6 


170 


1761— 6:178 


1761— 


6:187 


1772 


8 


123 


JMOONEY, IIekcules ani> Maky: 












petition . . 1755 — 5: 51 


1755 — 


5: 55 


1755 


5 


57 


MOORE, Akciielaus, and otueiw: 


« 










petition 




t 


1764 


6 


414 


:\IOORE, Daniel : 












accounts for arms .... 


1757— 


5 : 228 


1757 


5 


233 


MOORE, Capt. Joiln : 












muster-roll . 1756— 5: 96 


1756 


5:119 


1757 


5 


251 



Province of IS 


EW HA]V 


[PSHIRE, 1711- 


1775. 




239 




TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


MOORE, Capt. John,- 


- (continued) : 










petition 


. 


. 


1756— 5 : 155 


1756 


5 


156 








1760— 6 : 40 


1760 


6 


42 


MOORE, Ensign John: 














account 


, , 


, 


• • • 


1758 


5 


390 


MOORE, RojiEKT: 














to appear 


. 


. 


. 


1774 


8 


194 


MOORE, Samuel: 














wounded on sloop Speedwell . 


. 


1711 


1 


5 


colonel, commissaiy, major 


. 


. 


1745 


o 


177 








1745— 3:178 


1745 


3 


195 




1745 


3 : 224 


1745 3 : 250 


1745 


3 


253 




1745— 


3 : 258 


1745— 3:265 


1745 


3 


272 




1745— 


3:273 


1745— 3 : 284 


1745 


3 


293 




1746^ 
1746^ 


3:341 


1746— 3:374 


1746 


3 


407 




3:415 


1746— 3 : 436 


1717 




519 




1747— 


4: 31 


1754— 4 : 369 


1760 


6 


99 


jNIOORE, Col. Samuel, 


AND OTHERS: 










petition 


, 


, 


• • • 


1747 


3 


503 


thanks to . 


, , 


, 


• • • 


1747 


3 


519 


MOORE, William : 














member . 


, , 


, , 


• • • 


1716 




173 




1716— 


1:177 


1716— 1:178 


1716 




179 




1716 


1:180 


1716 1 : 182 


1716 




183 


1 


1716 


1:184 


1716— 1:185 


1716 




186 




1716 


1:187 


1716— 1:189 


1718 




223 


petition, etc. 


, , 


, ^ 


1753 4 : 310 


1760 




117 








1762— 6:283 


1762 


6 


284 


MOREY, Israel: 














l^etitiou . 


1771— 


8:108 


1773— 8 : 136 


1773 


8 


138 


member . 


, , 


, , 


• • • 


1775 


8 


218 


MORGAN, Abkaiiam: 














volunteer . 


, , 


, , 


• • • 


1746 


3 


404 


MORGAN, James: 














deserter . 


, , 


. , 


. 


1761 


6 


199 


MORGAN, John: 














invalid volunteer 


, , 


, 


. 


1746 


.1 




331 


MORRILL, Abneu (see 


also Bowcn and Morrill) : 








member . 


1758— 


5 : 434 


1758— 5:436 


1758 


5 


512 




1759— 


5 : 459 


1759— 5:471 


1759 


5 


480 




1759 


5 : 486 


1759_ 5 : 487 


1759 


6 


32 




1760— 


6: 34 


1760— 6: 36 


1760 


6 


38 




1760— 


6: 78 


1760— 6: 82 


1760 


6 


90 




1760— 


6: 92 


1760— 6: 96 


1760 


6 


99 




1760 


6:105 


1760— 6 : 110 


1760 


6 


117 




1761— 


6 : 126 


1761— 6 : 128 


1761 


6 


135 




1761— 


6 : 139 


1761— 6 : 140 


1761 


6 


141 




1761— 


6 : 149 


1761— 6:151 


1761 


6 


157 




1761— 


6:158 


1761— 6 : 195 


1761 


6 


197 




1761— 


6:198* 


1761— 6:200 


1761 


6 


213 




1761— 


6 : 216 


1761— 6:218 


1761 


6 


232 


MORRILL, Ezekiel: 














account 


, , 


, 


. 


1761 


6 


214 


MORRILL, MiKIAM : 














witness fees 




• • 


• • ■ 


1769 


7 


295 


MORRILL, Robert : 














gun lost 


• • 


^ 


• • • 


1759 


6 


30 


MORRISON, John : 














to appear 


, 


, , 


1771— 8:108 


1771 


8 


110 


MORRLSON, Samuel: 














motion of 


1753- 


- 4 : 300 


1753— 4 : 301 


1753 


4 


302 



240 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



MORRISON. W ii.i.iAM 

petilion 
MORROW, James: 

to appear . 
MORSE, Ar.icK: 

member . 



1758— 

n,yj— 

1759— 
1759— 
1759— 
1760- 
1761— 
1761— 
1761— 
MOKSi:, K/.KKiEL : 

claim .... 

MORSE, Petek: 

petition .... 
M0RT(;AGKS: 

redemj)tion of . 

coimteri)art of, delivered w 
MORTIER. Ai.kaham: 

dei)ut V paymaster-general 
MORTON, IMatiiew: 

V. Alexander Macgregory 
MOSES, JosEi'u : 

account .... 
MOSES, Joseph, & Co. : 

account .... 
MOSES, : 

])ctition .... 
MOULTON, Daniel: 

portage bill of . 
]MOri>roN, Daniel, and wife: 

jx-tition .... 
MOULTON, Elizauetii : 

restored to her law . 
MOULTON, Ezekiel: 

claim .... 

re-imbursed for bills Ijurnl 
MOULTON, IIenhy: 

j)ctiti<»n .... 
MOULTON, John: 

petition .... 

til appear 

MOULTON, JO.NATIIAN: 

captain, colonel, meml)er 
1721— 
1755— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1757 — 
1757— 
1757— 
1758— 
1758— 
1762— 
1762— 



5:512 
5:469 
5 : 489 
5 : 499 
6: 26 
6:103 
6:154 
6 : 19;} 
6:211 



hen 



1:428 
5: 57 
5: 95 
5:].S2 
6 : 169 
5 : 260 
5 : 222 
5 : 264 
5 : 506 
5 : 368 
5 : 401 
6:250 
6:261 



1753— 4:332 



1756— 5 : 69 



1749- 
1759- 
1759- 
1759- 
1759- 
1760- 
1760- 
1761- 
1761- 
1761- 



106 
467 
470 
496 
24 
41 
lOS 
6: 178 
6 : 195 
6:219 



1754— 4:402 



174(;— 
1755 — 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1757— 
17^7- 
175.S— 
1758— 
1762— 
1762— 
1762— 



1748— 4: 71 
1767— 7 : 133 
1724— 1 :418 

1762— 6 : 279 



3:332 
5 : 258 
5: 107 
5 : 143 
5 : 207 
5:515 
5 : 223 
295 
363 
369 
238 
253 
458 



1 

YEAK. 


VOL. 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


17 ".8 


5 


1759 


5 


1759 


5 


1759 


5 


1759 


6 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


17(il 


6 


1761 


<; 


1761 


6 


1759 


6 


1763 


6 


1724 


1 


1754 


4 


1759 


5 


1743 


3 


1724 


1 


1746 


3 


1759 


5 


1726 


2 


1748 


4 


1767 


7 


1724 


1 


1771 


8 


1747 


3 


1769 


7 


1770 


8 


1724 


1 


1755 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1757 


6 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1758 


6 


1758 


5 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1763 


6 



Provin( 


^E OF ] 


^Ew Ha 


MPSHIRE, 1711- 


-1775. 




241 




YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


MOULTON, Jonathan, 


— (continued) : 










captain, colonel, raember 














1763- 


- 6 : 356 


1763— 6 : 370 


1763 


6 


462 




1764— 


6:384 


1764— 6:387 


1764 


6 


389 




1764— 


6 : 405 


1764— 6:415 


1764 


6 


421 




1764— 


6:464 


1765— 6:449 


1765 


6 


450 




1765— 


7: 4 


1765 7: 17 


1765 


7 


18 




1765- 


7: 23 


1765— 7 : 24 


1765 


7 


34 




1765— 


- 7: 49 


1765— 7 : 176 


1766 


7 


64 




1766— 


7 : 178 


1767— 7 : 121 


1767 


7 


152 




1767— 


- 7 : 182 


1768— 7 : 189 


1768 


7 


228 




1768— 


- 7 : 237 


1768 7:261 


1768 


7 


350 




1769- 


7 : 285 


1769— 7 : 294 


1769 


7 


352 




1770— 


7 : 345 


1770— 7 : 347 


1770 


7 


352 




1770— 


7 : 356 


1770— 7:357 


1770 


8 


Pl 




1770— 


8: 1 


1770 8 : 3 


1770 


8 


6 




1770 


8: 15 


1771— 8: 2p 


1771 


8 


89 




1771— 


8: 91 


1771— 8: 92 


1771 


8 


101 




1771— 


8:102 


1773— 8 : 137 


1773 


8 


139 


MOULTON, Joseph : 














account 


1724— 


1 : 428 


1726 2: m 


1743 


3 


76 




1747— 


3 : 519 


1747— 4: 25 


1767 


5 


283 


petition 


, , 


, , 


• • • 


1774 


8 


167 


MOULTON, Joseph, Jk. 


: 












called to account for his words 


. 


1745 


3 


148 


claim 


1745— 


3:199 


1745— 3 : 200 


1745 


3 


206 




1745— 


3:277 


1746 3 : 333 


1755 


5 


38 




1756— 


5: 81 


1765— 7 : 30 


1767 


7 


124 


MOULTON, JosiAH : 














member . 


1771— 


8:105 


1771— 8 : 109 


1772 


8 


115 




1772— 


8:127 


1772— 8 : 132 


1773 


8 


142 




1773— 


8:144 


1774— 8 : 164 


1774 


8 


172 




1774— 8 : 184 


1774— 8 : 187 


1774 


8 


202 




1774— 


8:203 


1774— 8 : 204 


1775 


8 


218 


MOULTON, JosiAH, Jk. 


; 












member . 


. 


, 


1775 8 : 218 


1776 


8 


222 


MOULTON, Nathaniel 














volunteer, allowance to . 


. 


. 


1746 


3 


404 


MOULTON, William : 














muster-roll 


, , 


• • 


* • > 


1745 


3 


275 


member . 


, 


, , 


1755 5: 43 


1765 


6 


57 




1755 


5: 61 


1755— 5 : 258 


1756 


5 


69 




1756— 


5: 76 


1756— 5 : 110 


1756 


5 


111 




1756— 


6:112 


1756 5 : 135 


1766 


5 


169 




1756— 


5:185 


1756— 5 : 187 


1756 


6 


193 




1756 


5 : 260 


1756 — 5 : 515 


1757 


5 


206 




1757— 


5:219 


1757— 5 : 225 


1757 


5 


237 




1757— 


5 : 246 


1757— 6 : 251 


1757 


6 


252 




1757— 


5:254 


1757— 5 : 267 


1767 


5 


264 




1757 — 


5 : 273 


1757— 5 : 284 


1757 


6 


299 




1757— 


5 : 506 


1758— 5 : 349 


1758 


5 


352 




1758— 


5:358 


1758— 5 : 390 


1758 


6 


397 




1758 


5 : 400 


1758— 5:434 


1758 


5 


436 




1758— 


5:441 


1758— 5 : 512 


1759 


5 


486 




1759— 


5 : 492 


1761— 6 : 125 


1761 


6 


142 




1761— 


6 : 143 


1761— 6 : 156 


1761 


6 


157 




1761— 


6:188 


17G1— 6:205 


1761 


6 


232 


petition 


, , 


, , 


• • • 


1768 


7 


277 


MOULTONBOKOUGH : 














highways . 


^ 


• 


1768— 7 : 274 


1768 


7 


277 








1769— 7:291 


1770 


7 


340 



31 



242 Index to Journals of House of REruESENTATivES, 



MOULTONHOROUGII,— (co«/t>«/ed) : 

bills burnt in house, at place ealled 

inventory .... 

proprietoi's to appear 
MUDGET. John: 

estate divided .... 
MUGGET, John : 

under Cajit. John Gilnian 
MULATTO Slavk.s (stc also Slaves) : 

valued at £20 per head . 

ratable polls of, invoiced . 
MURDER {sec also Indians) : 

of bastard children 1711 — 1: 77 
MURDERERS : 

apprehended 

suspected 
MURDOUGH, Rouekt: 

petition .... 
MURPHET, Daniel [Moffat?]: 

under Caj)tain Perry 
MURRAY, John : 

soldier, sick with small-pox 
MURRAY, Jonathan : 

under Capt. Samuel Gerrish 
MUSQUETEERS : 

to strengthen i)rovince of Maine 
MUSTER : 

general, day of . . . 

no allowance to soldiers till they 
order of governor 
MUSTER-MASTERS (.see also Recruiting 

no l)ounty for men not passing 

bounty accepted by . 

accounts 

MUSTER-ROLLS (.see also Commissarij) : 

of Cajit. John Allcock 



175.'i— 4:290 
1718— 1 :220 

1766— 7 : 54 
1760— 6: 'J4 



of Phineas Baehelder 

of Charles Baker 

of Sargent Baker 

of Capt. Moses Harnett . 

of Capt, Samuel Barr 

of Capt. Israel Bartlett . 

of Capt. Jacol) Baylcy 

of Lieut. Josepli Beard . 

of Capt. Timotli}- Bedel . 

of Capt. Thomas Bell 

1746— 
1747— 
1757— 
1758— 
1760— 
176:3— 
1764— 
1766— 
1769— 

of Maj. Benjamin Bellows 

of Capt. Epnraim Berry . 
1760— 
1761— 



have passed, by 
Officers) : 

1765 — 6 : 455 

, 1756— 5: 94 

1756— 5 : 189 

, 1746— 3 : 422 

, 1746— 3 : 414 

1746— 3 : 408 



332 

37 

219 

395 

59 

340 

389 

80 

291 



72 
155 



1746— 
1758— 
1758— 
1722— 
176:3— 
1745— 
1747— 
1753— 
1758— 
1758— 
1761— 
1763— 
1764— 
17(i7— 
1770— 
175^ 



3 : 438 
5 : 32:5 



397 
36(1 
360 
240 
3 : 489 

4 : 327 
5 : 317 

5 : 399 

6 : 158 
350 
401 
115 

12 
477 



1760— 6 : 76 

1761— 6 : 190 



TEAB. 


VOL. 


1771 


8 


1773 


8 


1774 


8 


1754 


4 


1726 


2 


1728 


2 


1761 


6 


1765 


6 


1752 


4 


1772 


8 


1760 


6 


1757 


5 


1761 


6 


1763 


6 


1711 


1 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1757 


5 


1762 


6 


1765 


6 


1756 


5 


1757 


5 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1758 


5 


1760 


6 


1723 


1 


1763 


6 


1745 


3 


1747 


4 


1753 


4 


1758 


5 


1759 


6 


1762 


6 


1763 


6 


1765 


7 


1769 


7 


1771 


8 


1755 


4 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



243 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


MUSTER-ROLLS, — (coritinued) : 










of Joseph Bickford . 


• • 


1754 


4 


469 


of Blaisdell . 


.... 


1746 


3 


532 


of Col. Joseph Blanchard 


.... 


1745 


3 


238 




1745— 3 : 297 


1754 


4 


484 


1755 5: 45 


1755 — 5 : 75 


1756 


5 


113 


1756— 5 : 114 


1756— 5 : 118 


1756 


5 


119 


1756— 5 : 120 


1756— 5:121 


1756 


5 


123 


1756— 5 : 124 


1756— 5 : 125 


1756 


5 


127 


' 1756— 5 : 128 


1756- 5:130 


1756 


5 


133 


1756— 5 : 141 


1756— 5 : 146 


1757 


5 


215 


1757— 5 : 251 


1757— 5 : 306 


1758 


5 


335 


of Capt. James Campbell 


> . 


1752 


4 


278 




1753— 4 : 318 


1753 


4 


319 


of Captain Cate 


■ • • ■ 


1747 


3 


463 


of John Chandler 


• • ■ • 


1756 


5 


96 


of Capt. Joseph Chandler 


• • • • 


1762 


6 


253 




1762— 6 : 261 


1762 


6 


262 


of Capt. Jonathan Chesley 


• • > • 


1723 


1 


390 




1726— 2: 28 


1745 


3 


200 


1745 3 : 206 


1752— 4 : 264 


1753 


4 


318 


1753 4:319 


1753 4 : 350 


1753 


4 


355 


of Sergt. Abraham Clark 


. 1724— 2 : 6 


1726 


2 


28 


of Capt. Caleb Clark 


• • • 


1760 


6 


59 




1760— 6: 71 


1760 


6 


73 


of Capt. Job Clements 


• • ■ • 


1753 


4 


318 


1753 4:319 


1753 4 : 327 


1753 


4 


328 


1753— 4:334 


1753 4:344 


1753 


4 


348 


1753— 4 : 349 


1753— 4 : 350 


1753 


4 


354 


1753 4 : 357 


1753— 4 : 365 


1754 


4 


408 


of Capt. Jeremiah Clough 


. 1745 3:159t 


1745 


3 


276 


1745— 3:290 


1746 3 : 326 


1746 


3 


375 


1746— 3:382 


1746— 3 : 429 


1747 


3 


462 


1746 3 : 532 


1747— 4: 24 


1753 


4 


351 


of Captain Cochran . 


. 1772— 8:120 


1772 


8 


126 




1772— 8:127 


1773 


8 


146 


of Ebenezer Collins 


• ■ • ■ 


1746 


3 


422 




1746— 3 : 423 


1746 


3 


533 


Connecticut .... 


1758— 5 : 350 


1758 


5 


352 


1758 5 : 353 


1758 5 : 354 


1758 


6 


357 


of Jonathan Conner 


. 1746— 3:431 


1746 


3 


532 


of Sergt. Moses Conner . 


• • • 


1723 


1 


404 


of Crown Point re-inforcement 


• • • 


1756 


5 


135 


of Maj. Thomas Davis 


1724— 2: 12 


1747 


4 


25 




1748— 4: 80 


1753 


4 


363 


of Capt. Nathaniel Doe . 


. . • 


1757 


5 


209 


of Capt. Nathaniel Drake 


1746— 3 : 430 


1746 


3 


532 


of Capt. Ebenezer Eastman 


1747— 4 : 27 


1748 


4 


84 


of Capt. Jos. Eastman 


1756— 5: 97 


1756 


5 


126 




1756 5 : 128 


1758 


5 


334 


of Capt. Richard Emery . 


1756— 5 : 133 


1758 


5 


323 


1758 5 : 332 


1768— 5 : 387 


1758 


5 


424 


of Jonathan Evans . 


• • ■ 


1755 


4 


494 


of Capt. Nathaniel Fellows 


• ■ ■ 


1746 


3 


395 


of Capt. Abner Fogg 


• • • 


1758 


5 


355 




1758 5 : 357 


1758 


5 


377 


of Sergt. John Folsom 


■ ■ • 


1746 


3 


438 


of Capt. Nathaniel Folsom 


1756 5: 98 


1756 


5 


121 


of Capt. Samuel Folsom . 


1760— 6 : 71 


1760 


6 


76 




1760— 6 : 94 


1760 


6 


97 


of John Footman 


• • • 


1724 


2 


6 



244 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





VEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


AIT'STER-ROI.LS,— (co«a-m<C(Z) : 












ut' Capt. Moses Foster 


, 




1752 


4 


253 




1753— 


4:318 


1753 


4 


319 


of ('ai)t. Amos Gage 


1758— 


5 : 317 


1758 


5 


.35:5 


of C'apl. .John Gage 


1745— 


3 : 159 t 


1745 


3 


22.H 




1745— 


3 : 229 


1745 


3 


232 


of Capt. Paul (ienish 


1756— 


5: 98 


1756 


5 


112 




1757— 


5 : 232 


1758 


5 


383 


of Capt. Samuel (ierrish . 


, 


. , 


1757 


5 


198 




1757— 


5 : 285 


1758 


5 


3S1 


1761— 6:146 


1761— 


6:155 


1761 


6 


187 


1761— 6:190 


1761— 


6:192 


1761 


6 


201 


1762— 6 : 256 


1762— 


6:2fil 


1762 


6 


262 


1763 6:312 


1763— 


6 : 318 


1763 


6 


323 


1763— 6:325 


1763 


6:330 


1768 


7 


236 


of Capt. Timothy Gen-ish 


. 


. 


1713 


1 


61 


of Capt. Jolm riidiliiigs . 




. 


1757 


5 


195 


of Capt. John Gilinaii 


. 


. 


1711 


1 


4 




1722— 


1 : 360 


1723 


1 


377 


1723— 1:390 


1724— 


2: 12 


1726 


2 


28 


1726— 2: 41 


1757— 


5 : 210 


1757 


5 


232 


of Col. Peter Gilnian 


. 


, , 


1745 


3 


* 15!) 




1747— 


4: 25 


1756 


5 


Kks 


of Capt. Somerbj' Gilmaii 






1755 


5 


56 


1755— 6 : 57 t 


1756— 


5 : 75 


1756 


5 


126 


1759— 5 : 467 


1759— 


5:476 


1760 


6 


7s 


of Capt. James Gilmore . 


1746— 


3:431 


1746 


3 


532 


of Andrew Glidden .... 


. 


. 


1724 


2 


6 


of Capt. John Goffe .... 




. 


1745 


3 


296 


1745— 3 : 297 


1745— 


3 : 298 


1746 


3 


433 


1746— 3:532 


1747— 


4: 15 


1747 


4 


27 


1748— 4: 66 


1753 


4:316 


1753 


4 


319 


1754— 4:434 


1754— 


4:435 


1754 


4 


477 


1754— 4 : 495 


1756 


5: 96 


1756 


5 


123 


1756— 6 : 127 


1757— 


5 : 208 


1758 


5 


335 


of Capt. Jonathan Greeley 


. 




1755 


4 


494 


of Stephen Greenleaf 


. 


. 


1726 


2 


56 


of James (Tup])y .... 


. 


. 


1747 


3 


4S(I 


of Ca )t. Joseph Hanson . 


1745— 


3 : 277 


1746 


3 


381 


of Co one] Hart {which see, also Young, JAcnlenant) 


1757 


5 


239 




1757— 


5 : 245 


1757 


5 


252 




1757 — 


5 : 254 


1760 


6 


77 


of Capt. John Hazen 


. 


. 


1759 


5 


461 


1759— 5 : 464 


1759— 


5 : 469 


1760 


6 


78 


1761— 6 : 132 


1761— 


6 : 155 


1761 


6 


189 


17G1— 6:192 


1762— 


6:256 


1762 


6 


260 


1762— 6 : 262 


1763 


6:327 


1763 


6 


32^ 


of Samuel Heard .... 


1746 


3 : 429 


1746 


3 


533 


of Lieut. Tristram Heard . 






1726 


2 


2S 


of Cliarlis Hight .... 




, 


1745 


3 


168 


of William Hill .... 


, 




1724 


2 


6 


of Si-rgt. Samuel Hilton . 


, 




1726 


2 


28 


of John Huggins 1745— 3 : 255 


1745— 


3 : 256 


1745 


3 


381 


of John Huniiihrey .... 


, 


. 


1745 


3 


300 


of Captain Jeffries .... 


, 


. 


1712 


1 


42 


of Capt. Phillip Johnson . 


17«0— 


6: 71 


1760 


6 


73 


17(51- 6:143 


1761— 


6:149 


1761 


6 


179 


1701— 6: 190 


1761— 


6:192 


1761 


6 


210 


of AVilliam Jones .... 


, 


, 


1724 


2 


6 


of Joseph KiniV)all .... 


1754— 


4 : 469 


1755 


4 


493 


of Robert Kimball .... 


1754— 


4:469 


1755 


4 


493 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



245 



1722— 1 : 360 



1747- 
1723- 
1758- 



3 : 452 
1 : 390 
5:317 



1758— 5 : 358 

1759— 5:464 
1759— 6 : 26 
1724— 2: 12 



MUSTER-ROLLS, — (contimied) : 
of Capt. John Knights 
of Capt. Daniel Ladd 

of Sergt. John Ladd 

of Capt. John Ladd . 

of Natt Ladd .... 

of Capt. Trueworthy Ladd 

1758— 5 : 353 

1759— 5:463 
1759— 6 : 24 

of Benjamin Lamprey 

of James Leavitt 

of Capt. Samuel Leavitt 

of Ebenezer Light . 

of Francis Lock 

of Louisbm'g exi^edition 

of Capt. Nehemiah Lovewell . 

1759— 5 : 498 
1761— 6 : 139 

1761— 6 : 162 

1762— 6 : 261 

1763— 6 : 318 
of Maj. Zacharias Lovewell 

of Thomas Lucas 

of Capt. Daniel Macgregore 

of Capt. George March 

1761— 6 : 149 
1761— 6 : 192 

of Capt. Jeremiah Marston 

1760— 6 : 

1761— 6 
1761— 6 
1763— 6 

of Capt. Benjamin INIason 

of Benjamin Mathes [Matthews] 



71 
142 
198* 
324 



of Capt. Francis Mathes . 
of John Mead . 
of Capt. George Meserve 
of Col. Nathaniel Meserve 

of William Miles 

of Samuel Miller 

of Capt. John Mitchell 

of Capt. Samuel Moody . 

of Capt. Hercules Mooney 

of Capt. John Moore 

of Col. Samuel Moore 
of William Moulton 
of Capt. James Neal 



1756— 5: 75 
of James Nocks [Knox ?] 
of Moses Norris 
of Capt. Dudley Odlin 



1757- 
1746- 



1746— 
1759— 
1760— 
1761— 
1761— 
1762— 
1763— 

1748— 
1754— 



1761- 
1761- 

1760- 
1761- 
1761- 
1763- 



1745- 
1724- 



5:222 
3:431 



3:390 
5:461 
6: 67 
6 : 140 
6 : 191 
6:262 
6:324 

4: 62 
4:469 



6:180 
6:199 

6: 72 
6:149 
6:207 
6:331 



3 : 159 t 
2: 6 



1757— 5 : 301 



1722- 
1758- 
1758- 



1 : 314 
5:323 
5:370 



1756— 5 : 119 



1755- 
1756- 
1723- 
1724- 



5: 57 
5 : 150 
1:390 
2: 6 



TEAR. 


VOL. 


1725 


2 


1747 


3 


1747 


3 


1723 


1 


1758 


5 


1724 


2 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1759 


5 


1760 


6 


1725 


2 


1724 


2 


1757 


5 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1759 


5 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1747 


4 


1748 


4 


1755 


4 


1746 


3 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1746 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1722 


1 


1724 


2 


1746 


3 


1757 


5 


1758 


5 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1721 


1 


1722 


1 


1758 


5 


1760 


6 


1756 


5 


1757 


5 


1746 


3 


1745 


3 


1755 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1723 


1 


1724 


2 


1746 


3 



PAGE. 



18 

451 

461 

404 

352 

11 

317 

379 

471 

78 

18 

11 

223 

532 

479 

287 

392 

468 

78 

149 

192 

312 

331 

27 

65 

494 

392 

143 

191 

210 

70 

76 

192 

312 

364 

409 

124 

383 

360 

11 

394 

195 

328 

290 

278 

310 

290 

316 

334 

57 

96 

251 

374 

275 

56 

67 

151 

404 

12 

381 



246 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YFLAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


MUSTER-ROLLS, — (coiUinwd) -. 










of Capt. John ( )dlin 


17.")-1— 


4 : 409 


17.")5 


4 


494 


of ('apt. Obeiliah Tarry . 


17.02— 


4:261 


1753 


4 


317 




IT.-).-!— 


4 : 319 


1753 


4 


358 


of Peter Pattee 


. 


, , 


1740 


3 


310 


of ('ai)t. J I'thro Pearson . 




, 


1745 


3 


291 




1740— 


3 : 431 


1740 


3 


532 




1756— 


5: 97 


1750 


6 


110 


of Capt. John Ponliallow 


1722— 


1 : 314 


1722 


1 


316 


of Capt. Abraham l*errv . 


1757— 


5 : 199 


1757 


6 


220 


of SiTgt. Benjamin I'liillirick . 


1740 


3 : 408 


1740 


3 


532 


of Capt John Pickering . 


1759— 


5 : 474 


1759 


5 


475 


17.5y_ : 477 


1700 


6: 78 


1765 


6 


446 


of Capt. Peter Powers 


1750— 


5: 97 


1756 


5 


130 


of John Prescott 


■ • 


. 


1724 


2 





of Samuel Randell . 


1740 


3:429 


1746 


3 


533 


of Sergt. Joseph Rawlings 


. 


, ^ 


1746 


3 


380 


of Joseph Roberts . 


, 


, 


1724 


2 


6 


of Capt. [Maj.] Robert Rogers 


1750 


5 ::i24 


1756 


6 


133 




1701— 


6 :'222 


1763 


6 


327 


of Timothy Roberts 


1745 


3:270 


1745 


3 


278 


of CoL Benjamin Rolfe . 


, 


, , 


1745 


3 


197 




1745 


3 : 198 


1745 


3 


206 


of Ezekiel Sanborn . 


1754— 


4:469 


1755 


4 


493 


of Jonatlian Sanborn 


1724— 


2: 6 


1724 


2 


11 


of Josejih Sanborn .... 


1740— 


3:430 


1746 


3 


532 


of Capt. John Shei)pard . 


, 


, 


1756 


5 


187 




1757— 


5:196 


1767 


6 


228 


1757— 5 : 229 


1757 — 


5 : 233 


1760 


6 


57 


of Capt. Ileniy Sherbmiie 


. 


. 


1745 


3 


tl59 


of Lieut. John Sherburne 




, ^ 


1722 


1 


360 


of Cai)t. Joseph Sherburne 


, 


■ • 


1746 


3 


392 


of Josepli Sias 


1740 


3:429 


1746 


3 


533 


of Capt. Isaac Smith 


, 


, , 


1757 


5 


204 




1758— 


5:347 


1758 


5 


404 


of Capt. John Smith 


, 


, , 


1746 


3 


438 


of Capt. Jonathan Snow . 


1753— 


4:287 


1753 


4 


317 




1753 


4 : 319 


1753 


4 


364 


of staff ofticers (see also Meserve, Col 


onel; and Hart, 








Colonel) 


1758— 


5:311 


1768 


5 


317 


175.S— 5 : 336 


1758— 


5:340 


1758 


6 


375 


1759— 5 : 466 


1759— 


5:474 


1759 


5 


493 


175«»_ 5:495 


1700- 


: 75 


1760 


6 


88 


1760 6: 89 


1700— 


0: 90 


1701 


6 


148 


1761— 6:188 


1701— 


0:192 


1762 


6 


259 


1762— 6 : 262 


1703— 


0:327 


1763 


6 


329 


of Capt. Elisha Sweat 


1756— 


5: 94 


1756 


5 


112 


of Capt. John Sweat 


, 


, 


1759 


5 


463 




1759— 


5:464 


1759 


6 


470 


of Capt. Jonathan Sweet . 


1700— 


6: 58 


1760 


6 


78 


of Capt. William Synmies 


1750— 


5 : 104 


1756 


6 


127 


of Capt. Thomas Tash 


1750— 


5: 98 


1756 


6 


125 


1750— 5 : 131 


1756— 


5:132 


1759 


5 


466 


1759— 5 : 472 


1759— 


5 : 495 


1760 


6 


68 


of Capt. John Tasker 


1750 — 


5: 97 


1750 


5 


121 


of Joseph Thomas .... 


. • 




1747 


4 


29 


of John Thompson .... 


1746— 


3:349 


1746 


3 


408 




1740— 


3:409 


1746 


3 


429 


of Capt. Ichabod Tibbits . 


1745— 


3 : 239 


1745 


3 


240 


of Capt. Jacob Tilton 


1701— 


6 : 149 


1761 


6 


191 


1701- 0:192 


1761— 


6:209 


1762 


6 


261 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711- 


1775. 




247 




TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


MUSTER-ROLLS, — {continued) : 










of Capt. Jacob Tilton 










1762 6 : 262 


1762— 6:319 


1763 


6 


324 


of Capt. Jonathan Tilton 


1756— 5 : 94 


1756 


5 


no 




17G1— 6 : 143 


1763 


6 


371 


of Capt. John Titcomb . 


1757— 5 : 197 


1757 


5 


285 


1758 5 : 317 


1758— 5 : 335 


1758 


5 


360 


1758 5:374 


1758— 5 : 383 


1758 


5 


384 


of Capt. Alexander Todd 


■ a • 


1759 


5 


464 


1759— 5 : 473 


1759— 5 : 491 


1760 


6 


59 


1760— 6 : 70 


1760 6: 74 


1760 


6 


78 


1760 6: 96 


1761— 6 : 141 


1761 


6 


148 


1761— 6 : 155 


1761— 6:192 


1761 


6 


209 


of Capt. Andrew Todd . 


1746— 3 : 408 


1746 


3 


532 


1752— 4 : 253 


1753 4:317 


• 1753 


4 


319 


of Cai^t. James Todd 


1756— 5 : 94 


17.^)6 


5 


111 


of Capt. John Tolford 


1746— 3 : 413 


1746 


3 


532 


of Capt. Anthony Toole . 


1758— 5 : 354 


1758 


5 


377 




1758 5 : 387 


1758 


5 


413 


of Jonathan Towle .... 


1746— 3:429 


1746 


3 


532 


of Sergt. Samuel Twombly 


1746 3 : 414 


1746 


3 


533 


of Colonel Vaughan 


• • • 


1713 


1 


61 


of Captain Wadley . 


• ■ • . 


1722 


1 


360 


of Capt. George Walker . 


1726— 2 : 28 


1726 


2 


57 


of Capt. William Walker 


• 


1752 


4 


253 




1753— 4:319 


1753 


4 


351 


of Colonel Wallace . 


• • ■ 


1712 


1 


42 


of Colonel Warner . 


• ■ • 


1756 


5 


120 


of Capt. Samuel Watts . 


• • 


1757 


5 


205 


of Daniel Weare 


• 


1724 


2 


12 


of Col. Peter Weare 


• • • . 


1723 


1 


404 


of John Webster * . 


1747— 3:472 


1755 


4 


494 


of Cai^t. Joshua Weeks . 


1722— 1:360 


1724 


2 


12 


of Thomas Wells 


1746— 3:431 


1746 


3 


532 


of Capt. Benjamin Wentworth 


1723— 1:404 


1724 


2 


6 


of Capt. Paul Wentworth / . 


. • • . 


1722 


1 


360 


of Cajit. Andrew AViggans 


1724— 2: 12 


1725 


2 


18 


of Col. Josiah Willard 


1745— 3 : 238 


1754 


4 


477 




1755— 4 : 495 


1756 


5 


128 


of Capt. Elisha Winslow . 


• • • - 


1755 


5 


56 




1755 5: 57 


1756 


5 


75 


1756— 5 : 187 


1757— 6 : 200 


1760 


6 


90 


of Capt. Ezekiel Woilhen 


. 1757— 5 : 202 


1758 


5 


383 


of Sergt. James Young . 


. 1746 3 : 408 


1746 


3 


532 


of Capt. Joseph Young . 


. 1757— 5 : 196 


1757 


5 


203 


lf57— 5:207 


1757— 5 : 208 


1757 


5 


242 


1757— 5 : 243 


1757— 5 : 244 


1757 


5 


245 


paid, etc 


. 1711— 1: 3 


1722 


1 


363 


1745— 3:211 


1753— 4:314 


1758 


5 


365 


1758- 5:366 


1759— 5 : 464 


1760 


6 


82 


1760 6: 87 


1760— 6 : 98 


1761 


6 


195 


examined, (;tc. {see also Commiitec) 


1722— 1:356 


1722 


1 


359 


1723— 1 : 398 


1724— 2: 1 


1725 


2 


23 


1745 3:163 


1745 3 : 237 


1745 


3 


238 


1749— 4:164 


1752— 4:264 


1752 


4 


265 


1755— 5 : 57 


1755— 5: 61 


1756 


5 


94 


1756— 5 : 177 


1756— 5 : 187 


1757 


5 


299 


1758— 5:318 


1758— 5 : 323 


1758 


5 


441 


1759— 5 : 461 


1761— 6 : 126 


1761 


6 


132 


1761— 6:148 


1761— 6 : 149 


1761 


8 


204 


1762— 6 : 240 


1762— 6 : 247 


1762 


6 


255 



248 Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





VEAB. 


VOL. 


FAOB. 


MUSTER-K( )LLS, — (cuutmncd) 


. 












examined, et<;. 1762— 


6 : 25H 


1762— 


6 : 259 


1763 


6 


312 


1763 


6 : 327 


176.3— 


6 : 334 


176:5 


6 


339 


1763— 


6:340 


1763— 


6 : 360 


1763 


6 


362 


brought in 


, , 


1744— 


3:105 


1744 


3 


109 


17U)— 


3:419 


1756— 


5:113 


1762 


6 


249 


sworn to . . 1745 — 


3:124 


1745- 


3 : 138 


1755 


5 


57 


made uj) .... 


, 


. 


, 


1746 


3 


321 


1746— 


3:111 


1752— 


4 : 246 


1755 


4 


495 


1756— 


5: 94 


1756 


5 : 127 


1756 


5 


1H9 


175S 


5:441 


1759— 


5:461 


1759 


5 


462 


lodged witli secretary 


, , 


1756— 


5:123 


1757 


5 


241 


lodged witli clerk of house 


, , 


, 


, , 


1757 


5 


215 


copied .... 


, , 


1757— 


5 : 215 


1757 


5 


273 


1758— 


5 : 383 


1759— 


5 : 4S0 


1760 


6 


85 


siiit lip . . 1761 — 


6:167 


1761— 


6 : 173 


1761 


6 


180 


.MLTIAL Debts, etc. (see Debts). 












NAMES Changed: 














tlircc sons of Daniel Rogers to add Rindge to Chris- 








dan names . 1768 — 7:246 


1768— 


7:252 


1768 


7 


259 


NARRAGANSET No. 3: 














old name of Amherst 


. 


. 


. 


1766 


7 


52 


NASIIIA RiVEK: 














Ijridge .... 
NASON, Nathaniel: 


, , 


, 


, , 


1773 


8 


138 














petition .... 


, , 


, 


. 


1753 


4 


312 


NASON, Rkhakd: 














claim .... 


, 


, 


• 


1743 


3 


58 


executor .... 


, 


1755 


5: 14 


1755 


5 


15 


member .... 


. 


1758— 


5 : 434 


1758 


6 


436 


1758— 


5 : 443 


1758— 


5 : 456 


1758 


5 


512 


1751>— 


5:461 


1759— 


5 : 465 


1759 


5 


46.S 


1759 


5:469 


1759 


5:470 


1759 


5 


472 


1759— 


5:482 


1759— 


5 : 484 


1759 


6 


6 


1759— 


6: 11 


1759— 


6: 24 


1759 


6 


29 


1759— 


6: 32 


1760— 


6: 47 


1760 


6 


73 


1760— 


6: 74 


1760— 


6: 76 


1760 


6 


85 


1760 


6: 87 


1760- 


6: 92 


1760 


6 


99 


1760— 


6:111 


1761— 


6:124 


1761 


6 


132 


1761— 


6 : 137 


1761— 


6 : 139 


1761 


6 


140 


1761— 


6:142 


1761— 


6 : 144 


1761 


6 


146 


1761— 


6 : 155 


1761 — 


6: 164 


1761 


6 


18K 


1761— 


6 : 195 


1761— 


6 : 211 


1761 


(5 


232 


NAVIfJATION : 














of shii)S fi-om England 


. 


. 




1719 


1 


240 


NAVY : 














ollirers' fees 


, , 


176^ 


7:203 


1768 


7 


204 


Stores for the . 1720 — 


1:257 


1722— 


1:311 


1722 


1 


321 


masts for the . 


, 


1730— 


2:310 


1730 


2 


313 


1740— 


2 : 545 


1740 


2:556 


1761 


6 


197 


NEAL, Cait. James: 














muster-roll, etc. 


, 


1755— 


5: 56 


1 7.55 


5 


67 


1756— 


5: 67 


1756 


5: 72 


1756 


5 


75 


1756— 


5: 76 


1756— 


5 : 150 


1756 


5 


151 


NEAL, EiciiAKi): 




• 










account .... 


. 






1731 


2 


356 


NEAT Cattle (see also Oxen and Caws) : 












valued for tax . 




. 




1742 


2 


651 


NECESSARIES : 














("nottheneadfulP") 


. 


• 


. 


1758 


5 


323 



Province of New Hampsuire, 1711-1775. 



249 



TEAK. 



VOL. 



uo 



NEDD, JOSIAH : 

to haA'e guu delivered to him 
NEELY, A>rDREW and Joseph : 

to ajipear .... 

to endeavor a settlement . 
NEELEY, Matthew : 

V. Hnntoon, Samuel . 

widow of, deed made void 

estate of, settlement 
NEGROES : 

service .... 

slaves .... 

1728— 2 

instructions respecting 

impost on 

captivated 

NELSON, Leader: 

volunteer 

NEPTUNE : 

schooner 

NERmGWOCK (see Norridgewock) . 
NEVIN, Andrew : 

deserter ...... 

NEVIM, Jasies : 

of the comicil 

1761— 6 : loO 
17G7— 7:137 
NEW Amesbury [Warner] : 

ratable estate, proportion, and polls 

Boston : 

state money burnt in . . . 

inventory 

1767— 7 : 160 

assessment of province tax in . 

meeting-house . . . . . 
1765— 6:440 
1765— 6 : 4G7 

minister and school lots exchanged 

petition 

land tax ...... 

Boston Addition : 

to form Francestown 
NEW Breton [Andovek] : 

settlement . . . . . 

1765— 7 : 4 
1765 — 7 : 33 

inventory ...... 

NEWBURY (Mass.) : 

prisoners at {see also Green, Isaac) . 



Neav 



NEW 



journey to 
conference at 



1731— 2:344 
1731— 2:350 
1731— 2:359 



horse pressed to ... . 

petitioner from . . . . 

NEW Castle {ace also fort William and Mar 

defence of . . . . . 

1745— 3:276 

1746— 3 : 423 

1747— 4 : 32 
32 



1727— 
1753— 



: /o 
:290 



1746— 3 : 404 



1760- 
1768- 



1765— 6 
176.5— 7 
1765— 7 



1765— 6 : 432 
1767— 7 : 138 



6: 86 
7:219 



1765— 6:441 

1765— 7 : 40 
1768— 7 : 210 



451 

8 
49 



1721— 1:270 
1721— 1:308 

1731— 2 : 347 
1731— 2:;!52 
1731— 2:361 



'11, and Jerry'' s) : 

. 1711— 1: 21 

1746— 3:404 

174r)_ 3:441 

1753— 4 : 327 



1727 

1767 
1768 

1767 
1768 
1768 

1726 
1728 
1761 
1732 
1732 
1761 

1770 

1731 



1761 

1759 

1765 
1767 

1773 

1758 
17(il 
1773 
1762 
1765 
1765 
1766 
1768 
1772 
1774 

1772 

1765 
1765 
1766 
1773 

1721 

1721 
1724 
1731 



1731 


1731 


1747 


1754 


1743 


1746 


1747 


1757 



7 
7 

7 
7 
7 

2 
2 
6 
2 
2 
6 



o 
6 
8 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 



6 

7 
7 
8 

1 
I 
1 
2 
2 
2 
3 
4 

3 
3 
3 



PAGE. 



85 

152 
190 

150 
190 
205 

64 
136 
122 
365 
368 
139 

42 

344 



199 

26 

1 

165 

158 

427 
122 
158 
278 
432 
442 
51 
211 
120 
166 

127 

452 

9 

65 

158 

*305 
318 
418 
348 
354 
362 
485 
466 

75 
419 
482 
257 



250 



Index to Journals of IIuuse of Kei'Resentatives, 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


NEW Casti.e, — {continued) : 














In-itlgfs [and lottery] 


, 


, 


, 


1714 


1 


90 






171!»— 


1 : 237 


1757 


5 


241 


17;")7— 


5:2«1 


1760— 


6: 36 


1760 


6 


77 


1760— 


6: 79 


1760— 


6: 83 


1760 


6 


84 


representatives 




1715— 


1: 97 


1715 


1 


116 


1715 


1: 117 


1716— 


1:173 


1717 


1 


190 


1720— 


1 : 246 


1722— 


1 : 326 


1722 


1 


353 


1721— 


1:433 


1724— 


2: 2 


1726 


2 


44 


1726— 


2: 50 


1726— 


2: 51 


1727 


2 


1(K) 


1728— 


2:121 


1730— 


2 : 307 


1731 


2 


335 


1732— 


2 : 376 


1731— 


2 : 397 


1734 


2 


422 


1734— 


2:427 


1735— 


2:433 


1735 


2 


437 


1736— 


2:457 


1737— 


2:475 


1739 


2 


542 


1742— 


2 : 610 


1745— 


3:115 


1745 


3 


118 


1745— 


3:119 


1745— 


3 : 184 


1745 


3 


185 


1745— 


3:187 


1745— 


3:213 


1745 


3 


262 


1746— 


3:368 


1747— 


4: 2 


1748 


4 


4 


1749— 


4 : 100 


1749— 


4 : 105 


1749 


4 


132 


1750— 


4: 10 


1751— 


4: 6 


1751 


4 


9 


1762— 


4:216 


1752— 


4:224 


1752 


4 


380 


1753— 


4 : 384 


1753— 


4:386 


1754 


4 


552 


1755— 


4:558 


1755 — 


5: 


1755 


6 


41 


1755— 


5: 43 


1755— 


5:258 


1756 


5 


95 


1756— 


5:260 


1756 


5:515 


1757 


5 


264 


1757— 


5:506 


1758 


5:434 


1758 


5 


436 


1758— 5:512 


1759 


6:228 


1760 


6 


230 


1761— 


6:232 


1762— 


6:458 


1763 


6 


462 


1764— 


6 : 4()4 


1765— 


7:176 


1766 


7 


178 


1767— 


7 : 136 


1767— 


7:182 


1768 


7 


350 


176!)— 


7 : 352 


1770— 


7 : 354 


1770 


8 


Pl 


1771— 


8 : 2 p 


1771— 


8 : 105 


1772 


8 


115 


1773 


8 : 144 


1773— 


8:147 


1773 


8 


149 


1774— 


8:184 


1774— 8 : 187 


1775 


8 


218 


taverns .... 




, 


, , 


1715 


1 


135 


licensed house in 




1723— 


1:389 


1723 


1 


394 


bounds . . 1715 — 


1:136 


1716— 


1 : 145 


1718 


1 


228 


tax witli Gosport 




1720— 


1 : 253 


1726 


2 


41 


land valuation in 




• 


, , 


1728 


2 


i:!6 


trade valuation in 




, 


, 


1728 


2 


140 


classed for excise 




1752— 


4 : 237 


1755 


4 


510 


certain lands in, taxed to 1 


iye ■ 


, 


, 


1757 


5 


257 


inventory 




. 


. 


1753 


4 


293 






1760 


6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 


7:160 


1768— 


7:219 


1773 


8 


156 


tax arrearap^es . 




. 1761— 


6 : 180 


1763 


6 


353 


part of X' 15,000 loan for , 


, 


1761— 


6 : 221 


1762 


6 


251 


petitioner from 




1721— 


1:270 


1768 


7 


235 


selectmen to appear 




. 


• • 


1731 


2 


354 


ijetition .... 




. 1748— 


4: 96 


1757 


5 


235 


1757- 


5:241 


1757— 


5:281 


1757 


5 


2S!l 


1760— 


• 6 : 35 


1760— 


6: 36 


1772 


8 


123 


current priees at 


. 




, 


1721 


1 


2H1 


ministry in {sec also Blunt 


, Itcv. John) . 


. . 


1726 


2 


29 






1742— 


3: 31 


1748 


4 


HC 


constables 


, 


n 


, 


1730 


2 


327 


claim .... 


. 


1742— 


2:640 


1742 


2 


641 






1742— 


■ 2 : 643 


1742 


2 


64M 


Journey to . . . 


, 


. 


. 


1745 


3 


218 


independent company of . 


. 


, 


. 


1757 


5 


257 


soldiers of tlie foi't worshi 


pin"; in 


. 1772— 


8:124 


1773 


8 


153 



Province op New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



251 



NEW Castle, Duke of : 
royal secretaiy, etc. 



:279 

362 

436 

; 25 



1731- 
1746- 
1746- 
1747- 
1747- 



2: 
3: 
3: 

4: 

4: 



NEW 
NEW 

NEW 

NEW 
NEW 



1757— 
1758— 
1759— 
1760— 
1761— 
1761— 
1762— 
1763— 
1763— 
1763— 
1763— 
1764— 
1764— 
1766- 
17G6— 
17(i7— 
1768— 
1768— 
1770— 
1770— 
1771— 
1773— 
1774— 



:307 
:327 
: 33 
: 62 
:166 
: 221 
;273 
:317 
:341 

370 
:380 
;402 
:413 
: 57 
: 102 
:162 
:191 
; 276 
: 5 
: 42 
:108 

140 
: 166 



1757— 
1758- 
1759— 
1760— 
1760— 
1761— 
1762— 
1762— 
1763— 
1763— 
1763— 
1764— 
1764— 
1764— 
1766— 
1767— 
1767— 
176X— 
176S— 
1770— 
1770— 
1772— 
177:1— 
177' 



354 
357 
364 

13 
47 



1721— 

1731— 

1746— 

1746— 

1747— 
Chester [Hill] : 
inventory ......... 

Districts : 
inhabitants of, first meeting to be called 

1742— 2:634 
Durham : 
settlement jiromoted ...... 

inventory ......... 

proprietors' lands sold ...... 

settlement of ....... . 

Durham Gore : 

inventor}'^ ........ 

England : 

money ...... 

provinces 

colonies ...... 

governors and commissioners . 
governments ..... 

NEWFIELD : 

In-idge over Exeter river at 
NEWFOUNDLAND : 

reducing ...... 

representative gone to . 

Massachusetts prohibits trade witli . 
NEW Hampshire (see also Massachusetts) 

separated from Massachusetts 
NEW Hampshire Gazette: 

newspaper 



1745— 3 : 260 



1758 


5 


313 


1758— 


6 


343 


1746— 


3: 


432 


1711— 


1 


9 


1755 — 


5 


3 



:241 

:315 

:483 

: 40 

:100 

:189 

263 

281 

322 

:348 

377 

395 

406 

421 

77 

;131 

165 

204 

278 

8 

47 

123 

147 

167 



TEAK. 



NEW Hampshire Historical Chronicle: 
newspaper 



1731 
1746 
1746 
1747 
1747 

1773 



1742 

1766 
1773 
1767 
1767 

1773 

1724 
1758 
1758 
1757 
1758 
1758 

1746 

1711 
1720 
1755 

1742 

1757 
1757 
1758 
1759 
1760 
1760 
1761 
1762 
1763 
1763 
1763 
1763 
1764 
1764 
1765 
1766 
1767 
1768 
1768 
1770 
1770 
1770 
1773 
1773 
1774 

1764 



VOL. 



2 
3 
3 
4 
4 



7 

8 

7 



5 
5 



1 
1 
5 



o 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
7 



8 
8 
8 
8 
8 



PAGE. 



356 

358 

372 

16 

57 

160 



637 

66 
157 
155 
164 

157 

7 
313 
348 
226 
315 
344 

434 

10 

246 

5 

612 

210 

297 

319 

32 

41 

119 

= 198 

272 

316 

340 

360 

379 

399 

407 

42 

89 

152 

187 

271 

347 

9 

49 

139 

148 

190 

427 



252 Tndkx to Journals of House of IvKtrkskxtatives, 



\7(V^— G:.']74 



NEW IlAsrrsiiiRR Nkwspai'eus : 
:iilvt'rtisin<j^ in tlu' 

XE^V II AMPSTKAl) : 

ostiile in, scjld .... 
NEW HOLDERNESS: 

inventory .... 

NEW lIoi'KiNTON (see also no2)kmton) : 
(lefenco of .... 

jiotition ..... 

17G3— r, : ;]42 
common lan(I.s in, sot ofV . 



inhabitants of, set ott" from Bow, 
annrxino; purt of Row to 
inventory ..... 
NEWICHAWANOCK RiVEU (" Nic 

WR'IIKWANICK, NEWITCinVANOCK, 
AVANNOCK ") : 

plan of, etc 

1737— 2:498 
1737— 2:505 
NEWTNCJTON (see also Bloody Point) : 
representatives 

1717— 1:190 
1728— 1 : 121 
1732— 2 : 370 
1735— 2:433 
1739— 2:542 
1745— 3 : 128 
1745— 3: 184 
1745— 3 : 2G2 
1747— 3 : 475 
1749— 4 : 100 

1751— 4: 6 

1752— 4:224 

1753— 4:380 
1755— 5: 

1755— 5 : 258 

1756— 5 : 515 

1758— 5:434 

1759— 6:228 
1762— 6:458 
176.5— 7:176 
1768— 7 : 350 
1770— 8 : 1 
1772— 8:115 
1774— 8 : 184 

tavern 

tlioso formerly set oil" to . 

petition ..... 

1737— 2:497 
1745— 3:123 

selectmen to appear 

lirin;; <jnns in, restricted 

traile valuation in 

constables 

voluntofrs from 

land suit in 

classed for excise 

inventory . 1753— 4 : 293 

1767— 7 : 160 



1763— 

1763— 

. 1763— 

1763— 

relieved 

. 1765— 



316 
344 
348 
372 



6:432 



IIEWANACK, Ne- 

ANi) Neavitciik- 



1737- 
1746- 

1715 
1722- 
1730 
1734 
1736 
1742 
1745 
1745 
1746 
1747 
1749 
1751 
1752 
1754- 
1755- 
1756- 
1757- 
1758- 
1760- 
1763 
1766 
1769 
1771 
1773 
1774 



1737- 
1745- 
1712- 



2:501 
3 : 324 

— 1: 117 



1: 
2: 
2; 
2: 
2: 



326 
307 
397 
457 
610 
3 : 129 
3 : 185 
3 : 368 
4: 2 
105 
9 
380 
552 
41 
95 
264 
436 
230 



6:462 



YEAK. 



7: 
7: 
8; 



178 
352 
2p 

8:144 

8 : 187 



2 : 499 
3:128 
2 : 630 



17.30— 2:327 



1752— 4:238 
1760— 6: 86 
1768— 7:218 



1765 



1763 

1773 

1756 
1763 
1763 
1763 
1763 
1763 
1765 
1767 



1720 
1737 
1746 

1716 
1727 
1731 
1734 
1737 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1747 
1748 
1750 
1752 
1753 
1755 
1755 
1756 
1757 
1758 
1761 
1764 
1767 
1770 
1771 
1774 
1775 
1715 
1718 
1723 
1737 
1764 
1754 
1724 
1728 
1732 
1746 
1748 
1755 
1761 
1773 



VOL. 



6 
6 

8 

5 
6 
6 
G 
6 
6 
6 
7 



1 
2 
3 

1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
1 
1 
1 
2 
6 
4 
1 
2 
2 
3 
4 
4 
6 
8 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



253 



NEWINGTON, — {continued) : 

highway ...... 

setting off lands i'vom Portsnioulh to 

line with Portsmouth 
NEW Ii'SAVicii [old "Ipswich"]: 

to return inventory to secretaiy 

inventory 

assessment of i^rovinec tax in . 

tax on lands 

petition ...... 

meeting-house . 17G7— 7 : 131 
NEW Jeksey: 

parliamentary grant to . 
NEWMAN, Henky: 



agent at court 



1; 
1: 

2: 
2: 



299 
412 
51 
71 
2:106 
2:161 
2:165 



1721— 
1723— 
1726— 
1727— 
1727— 
1729— 
1729— 

NEWM ARCH, Elizabeth : 

estate of 

NEWMARCH, John [" New^maksh "] : 
claim ..... 

1726— 2: 56 
1728— 2 : 142 

NEWMARCH, Capt. John: 



account, etc. 
NEWMARCH, Joseph 
petition 

of the council . 



1747— 3:518 



1763— 
1754— 
1755— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 
1757— 
1757— 
1757— 
1758— 
1758— 
1758— 
1759— 
1759— 
1759— 
1759— 
1760— 
1760— 
1760— 
1761— 
1761— 
1761— 
1761— 
1761— 
1761— 



367 
478 
16 
72 
81 
150 
159 
172 
187 
5 : 222 
5 : 228 
5 : 295 
5:311 
5 : 331 
5:370 
460 
483 
18 



32 

56 

63 

90 

120 

129 

140 

151 

159 

203 



1763- 
1764- 

1760- 
1761- 
1768- 
1762- 
1773- 
1763- 
1767- 

1757- 

1720- 
1722- 
1724- 
1726- 
1727- 
1728- 
1729- 
1735- 



6 : 374 
6:406 

6: 86 
6:215 
7:220 
6:278 
8:146 
6:341 
7:160 

5:271 



248 
321 
12* 
61 
82 
120 
2 : 163 
2 : 448 



1768— 7 : 262 



1727- 
1730- 



2: 77 
2:332 



1770— 8: 15 



1748 
176.3 
1755- 
1755 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1756 
1757 
1757 
1757 
1757 
1758 
1758 
1758 
1759 
1759 
1759- 
1760 
1760 
1760 
1760 
1761 
1761- 
1761 
17(il- 
1761 
1761 



4: 86 
6 : 368 
4:568 
5: 58 
5: 76 
5: 85 
— 5 : 155 



5: 
5: 
5: 
5 : 
5; 
5: 
5 ; 
5: 



167 
179 
207 
224 
230 
296 
312 
336 



5 : 426 



461 

494 

26 

37 

57 

: 66 



6 : 112 
6 : 127 
6:132 
6 : 145 
6 : 155 
6:175 
6:224 



TEAK. 


VOL. 


1755 


5 


1763 


G 


1765 


6 


1761 


6 


1767 


7 


1773 


8 


1763 


6 


1773 


8 


1763 


6 


1768 


7 


1758 


5 


1720 


1 


1723 


1 


1726 


2 


1726 


2 


1727 


2 


1728 


2 


1729 


2 


1737 


2 


1768 


7 


1724 


1 


1728 


2 


1731 


2 


1771 


8 


1748 


4 


1763 


6 


1755 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1759 


5 


1759 


6 


1759 


6 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1760 


() 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 



PAGE. 



38 

377 
437 

122 
161 
158 
322 
147 
342 
193 

348 

255 

398 

44 

62 

95 

129 

164 

486 

265 

428 
141 



90 

96 

378 

10 

65 

78 

138 

156 

171 

183 

221 

226 

234 

308 

320 

363 

432 

482 

6 

30 

55 

62 

(i8 

116 

128 

135 

148 

157 

176 

225 



254 Index to Journals op House of Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAOB. 


NEWMARC'II. ,h>»KVU,— (contitiued) : 












of the council . 1762— 6 : 238 


1763- 


6 : 332 


1763 


6 


353 


17(;;?_ r):3,s2 


1764— 


6 : 397 


1764 


6 


399 


17(34— 9:406 


1765— 


6 : 130 


1765 


7 


1 


NEWMArvCH & March : 












accounl ...... 


, 


, ^ 


1755 


5 


21 


NEWMARKET: 












parish, from Exeter, norlli part 


, 


• • 


1727 


2 


102 




1727— 


2:103 


1737 


2 


502 


constable's account .... 


, 


. 


1732 


2 


374 


relieved 


, 


, 


1737 


2 


500 


rci)resentatives .... 


, 


, , 


1739 


2 


542 


1742— 2:610 


1745 


3:115 


1745 


3 


119 


1745— 3 : 184 


1745— 


3 : 205 


1745 


3 


218 


1745 3:219 


1745— 


3 : 220 


1745 


3 


262 


1746— 3 : 368 


1747— 


4: 2 


1748 


4 


4 


1749 4 : 100 


1750— 


4: 10 


1751 


4 


6 


17 fA— 4 : 9 


1752— 


4:217 


1752 


4 


224 


1752— 4:380 


1753— 


4 : 347 


1753 


4 


384 


1753— 4 : 386 


1754— 


4:552 


1755 


4 


658 


1755— 5: 


1755 — 


5: 41 


1755 


5 


43 


1755— 5 : 258 


1756— 


5: 95 


1756 


5 


260 


1756— 5 : 515 


1757 — 


5:264 


1757 


5 


606 


175H_ : 434 


1758— 


5 : 436 


1758 


5 


612 


1759— 6:228 


1760— 


6 : 230 


1761 


6 


232 


1762— 6 : 458 


1763— 


6:462 


1764 


6 


464 


1766— 7 : 176 


1766— 


7:178 


1767 


7 


182 


1768 7 : 350 


1769 


7 : 352 


1770 


7 


364 


1770— 8: Ip 


1771— 


8: 2p 


1771 


8 


105 


1772— 8:115 


1773— 


8:144 


1774 


8 


164 


1774— 8 : 184 


1774— 8:187 


1775 


8 


218 


petitioners, etc., from 


1745— 


3:159t 


1752 


4 


265 




1764— 


6 : 394 


1764 


6 


407 


petition 


1745— 


3 : 194 


1757 


5 


235 


1759— 5 : 462 


1759— 


6: 32 


1760 


6 


36 


1760— 6 : 83 


1761— 


6:177 


1772 


8 


121 


west, petition 


. 




1754 


4 


484 


selectmen to appear 


. 


. 


1754 


4 


485 




1756— 


5: 64 


1764 


6 


415 


bridges . . 1746— 3:432 


1747— 


3:446 


1747 


3 


457 


1747— 3 : 486 


1747— 


3:488 


1747 


8 


493 


1756— 5 : 63 


1756— 


5: 84 


1756 


6 


89 


1756— 5 : 92 


1766— 


7: 57 


1766 


7 


77 


1766— 7 : 199 


176S— 


7 : 202 


1768 


7 


205 


express to ..... 


. 


. 


1717 


4 


25 


classed for excise .... 


1752— 


4 : 238 


1755 


4 


610 


inventoi*y 


. 


. 


1753 


4 


293 




1760— 


6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 7:160 


1768— 


7:218 


1773 


8 


156 


lottery 


i7<;o— 


6: 76 


1760 


6 


79 


1760- 6: 83 


1760 


6: 84 


1760 


6 


89 


1768— 7 : 199 


1770— 


8: 2 


1770 


8 


6 


1772— 8:129 


1774— 


8 : 202 


1774 


8 


2V, 


highway 


1765 


7: 41 


1765 


7 


46 


1766 7: 91 


176^- 


7:192 


1768 


7 


214 


Ni:W Pr.Af:F.S: 












elcotioii of members from 




, 


1750 


4 


227 


NEWroRT: 












inventory 


. 




1773 


8 


159 


NEWPORT (R. I.): 












trial of counterfeiter in . 


, 


. 


1755 


5 


16 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



255 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


NEW Settlements: 










viewed 


. 


1743 


3 


62 


NEWS (see also Great, Britain) : 










important, received . 


. 1759— 6 : 27 


1759 


6 


28 


NEWSPAPERS : 










ill general .... 


■ ■ • • 


1747 


3 


458 


1754— 4:477 


1765— 6 : 446 


1765 


7 


30 


1767— 7 : 170 


1773 8 : 137 


1773 


8 


142 


Boston ..... 


. 1762— 6 : 272 


1762 


6 


273 


1763 6 : 316 


1763— 6:379 


1765 


7 


42 


Boston Gazette 


• . • 


1767 


7 


152 


Evening Post .... 


. 1746 3:434 


1747 


3 


476 


1747- 3:504 


1747— 4 : 22 


1747 


4 


31 


Essex Gazette .... 


• • • • 


1768 


7 


271 


London Gazette 


• • • • 


1716 


1^ 


177 


New Hampshire Gazette (which see 


above) . 








New Hampshire Historical Chronicle (which see 








above) . 










Post-Boy 


• • • ■ 


1746 


3 


434 


1747— 3:476 


1747— 3:504 


1747 


4 


22 


1747— 4 : 31 


1753— 4 : 353 


1754 


4 


440 


Public News Letter . 


■ > • . 


1718 


1 


231 


Tuesday's Paper 


• 


1754 


4 


440 


NEWTOWN [Newton] : 










inventory . 1753— 4 : 294 


1760— 6 : 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 7 : 160 


1768— 7 : 219 


1773 


8 


156 


classed for excise 


. 1752— 4:238 


1755 


4 


510 


petition 


. 1754— 4 : 476 


1754 


4 


477 


1754— 4:483 


1755— 5 : 62 


1756 


5 


74 


1756— 5 : 100 


1756— 5 : 180 


1758 


5 


331 


substituted for "Newton," in certain act 


1755 


4 


517 


line with South Hamilton 


. 1756— 5:113 


1756 


5 


119 


1770— 8: 46 


1771— 8: 58 


1772 


8 


116 


relieved as to meeting 


. 1769— 7 : 323 


1769 


7 


327 


difficulties with Baptists in 


• 


1770 


7 


340 


annexing sundry parties to 


. 1770 7:358 


1770 


8 


2 


NEW Towns: 










settlement facilitated 


• a • • 


1754 


4 


373 


NEW YouK (see also Albany) : 










congress of commissioners in . 


. 1747— 3:501 


1747 


3 


5U4 


colonial committees to meet at 


■ • • • 


1765 


7 


20 




1765— 7 : 21 


1765 


7 


34 


general congress at . 


. 1765— 7 : 38 


1766 


7 


57 




1766— 7: 90 


1766 


7 


96 


governor of, to interview Indians 


• • • 


1754 


4 


371 


government, papers from 


> • ■ a 


1755 


4 


550 


resolution of assembly of 


. 1754— 4 : 455 


1756 


5 


89 


house of assembly, speaker's letter 


• 


1775 


8 


222 


goods for Six Nations sent to . 


. 1754— 4 : 463 


1755 


4 


530 


act prohil)iting canying provisions 


to tlie Frencli . 


1755 


4 


521 


money at . 


. 


1756 


5 


192 


parliamentary grant to 


. 


1757 


5 


270 




1757— 5:271 


1758 


5 


348 


currency (see also York) . 


• • • • 


1765 


6 


448 


gentleman from 


• • - • 


1768 


7 


200 


sutler belonging in . 


, 


1761 


6 


205 


letters dated at ... 


■ • • • 


1762 


6 


300 


guards witliin limits of . 


. 


1764 


6 


385 


boundav}' witli .... 


. 1765 — 7 : 5 


1765 


7 


30 


takes in part of Ilinsihilc 


. 1766— 7 : 90 


1768 


7 


188 


grants west of Connecticut I'iver 


. 


1772 


8 


131 



256 Indkx tu Juuknals of IIoiksk or Uhi-uesentatives, 



KlACiAltA: 

Ni'W Hampshire men to uuircli to 
NIfllOLS. .Tamks: 

arcoimt ..... 
NICHOLSON, (iKN. Fk.\ncis: 

comniaiKk'r of forcus to vciliuu Can 

NIGHT (sit Disunlcm). 

NIMS, KlJENKZKK : 

account 

NOBLE, Thomas: 

account ..... 
NOCKS, Skkgt. James [Knox ?] : 

nui>:ter-roll .... 
NON-CO.ALMISSIONEI) Officeus : 

wages 

NON-lNllABITANT : 

service of writs in review against 
NON-KKSIDENTS : 

anil proprietors of new towns regul 

actions aj^ainst, brouglit how . 
NOllRIDOEWOCK: 

Indians . . 1727— 2: H4 
NORIUS, Moses: 

muster- roll, etc. 1724: — 2: (J 
NORTH Amehica : 

success of II. ^I. arms in 

plantations of . 

expeditions in . 
NORTH IJAMi-roN (called also Hamiton 

plat of .... . 

petition . . 17:34— 2:423 
1738- 2:533 
1742— 3: 30 
1742— 3: 36 
1744— 3 : 105 

petitioners from 1752 — 4 : 265 

selectmen to ai)pcar 

exi)rcss to 

classed for e.xcise 
,• inventory . 1 75:5 — 4 : 2'J3 

17(i7— 7:160 
NORTH TIiix {sec 2>rcccdm(j). 
NORTlIi:UN CoLoNiKS: 

interests of 11. .M. 1756 — 5:192 
NORTH FIELD: 

petition in behalf of 

di'l'enee of 
NORTH I'MBKRLAND: 

highway . 

inventory • 
NORTH WOOD: 

set oil' from Nottingham 

inventory . 
NORTON, JosiirA: 

under ("apt. John (iilnian 
NOTES (sec Treasurer). 
NOTIFKATIONS (we Warrants). 
NOTTl N( ; H A M (.see also Norlhinml) : 

petition . 1733— 2:381 



a.la . 
1711- 



1: 11 



1723— 1 : 31)0 



ated . 

1745— 3:266 

1724— 2: 12 

. 1758— 5 : 445 

, Noirni Hill) : 

1734— 2:428 
17:38- 2:539 
1742— 3 : 31 
1742— 3: :38 
1744— 3 : 106 
1761— 6:144 
1754— 4 : 465 



]7,-,2— 4:254 
1760— 6: 86 
1768— 7 : 219 



1758— 5:428 



1756— 5: 82 



1771— 8: KIS 

1772— 8: 12.". 



VEAB. 



17:33— 2:582 



1764 

1761 

1711 
1711 

1758 

1726 

1723 

1758 

1768 

1734 
1734 

1755 

1726 

1758 
1755 
1764 

1729 
17:38 
1742 
1742 
1743 
1758 
1765 
1756 
1748 
1755 
1761 
1773 

1758 

1745 
17G0 

1772 
1773 

1772 
1772 
1773 

1726 



1734 



VOL. 



6 

6 

1 
1 



2 
2 



5 
5 
6 

2 

2 
2 
3 
3 
5 
6 
5 
4 
4 
6 
8 



3 

6 

8 
8 

8 
8 
8 



PAGE. 



385 

215 

10 
20 

867 

56 

404 

378 

198 

408 
430 

12 

41 

454 

9 

407 

168 

532 

650 

34 

48 

440 

443 

194 

79 

510 

122 

156 



445 

*228 
43 

128 
160 

121 

126 
157 

II 



402 



Province of ISTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



257 



NOTTINGHAiM, 

petition 



(continued) : 

1738— 2 : 533 
1744— 3: 85 
1753— 4 : 338 

agents of i^roprietors 

petitioners from 

selectmen to appear 

ratable estates .... 

jjajTiient of rates to . 

lands taxed .... 



1760— 6 : 54 



classed for excise 
inventory 



1753— 
1767— 



294 
160 



1738— 
1744— 
1753— 

1754— 
1768— 



relieved 

riglit to send representative doubted 
defence of ..... 

1746— 3 : 408 

1746— 3 : 438 

1747— 4: 25 

1748— 4: 68 
special meeting called 
proi)osed land tax inijust on 

tax proportion ..... 
line with Durham .... 
more convenient roads in 
lots in, bounds . 1765 — 6 : 435 
lots and highways .... 

southwest parisli [ Deerlield ] . 

NOTTINGHA]\I West: 

taxation of . 1746— 3 : 388 

relief from minister tax 

lands taxed 

tax i>roi)ortion . 

classed for excise 

representatives 

1758— 5 : 512 

1761— 6 : 232 

1762— 6:458 
1765— 7 : 176 
1768— 7 : 350 
1770— 8: Ip 
1772— 8 : 115 
1774— 8 : 184 

legality of town meeting 

selectmen to appear 

IDCtition : . 

petitioner from .... 

inventory . 1753 — 4 : 293 

17G7— 7: ir.o 
NOVA Scotia: 

bountv on Indians killed westward of 
NOTES, KimuND : 

petition ...... 

NOYES, John: 

l^etition . . 1754 — 4:471 

NOYES, John, and others : 

petition 

33 



1747- 
1760- 
1752- 
1760- 
1768- 
1742- 



1746- 
1747- 
1747- 
1748- 
1753- 



3: 
6: 
4: 
6: 

7: 

o 

o : 



534 
107 
341 

466 
:190 



503 
57 

238 
86 

218 
39 



430 

480 

30 

74 

332 



1757— 5 : 300 



1765- 
1765- 
1765- 

1765- 

1748- 



1749- 
1759 
1762 
1763 
1766 
1769- 
1771 
1773 
1774 



6: 
7: 

7; 

7 : 
4: 



4: 

6 

6 

6 

7 

7: 



— 8 
8: 
8: 



1748- 

1760- 
1768- 



4: 
6: 



436 

4 

33 

39 

64 



144 
228 
256 
462 
178 
352 

2p 
144 
188 



63 

86 
218 



1758- 
1758— 



311 
386 



TEAR. 


1 

VOL. 


1743 


3 


1748 


4 


1764 


6 


1742 


2 


1767 


7 


1768 


7 


1764 


6 


1742 


2 


1745 


3 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1755 


4 


1761 


6 


1773 


8 


1742 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 


1748 


4 


1753 


4 


1753 


4 


1756 


5 


1761 


6 


1759 


6 


1764 


6 


1765 


6 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1765 


7 


1766 


7 


1748 


4 


1747 


4 


1748 


4 


1761 


6 


1755 


4 


1758 


5 


1760 


6 


1762 


6 


1764 


6 


1767 


7 


1770 


7 


1771 


8 


1774 


8 


1775 


8 


1747 


3 


1747 


4 


1748 


4 


1765 


() 


1761 


6 


1773 


8 


1748 


4 


1773 


8 


1758 


.5 


1758 


5 



PAGE. 



68 

64 

413 

645 

150 

205 

406 

643 

300 

51 

60 

510 

122 

156 

43 

157 

291 

431 

514 

67 

355 

340 

66 

211 

18 

402 

439 

14 

34 

29 

53 

69 

29 

94 

211 

510 

434 

230 

257 

464 

182 

354 

105 

164 

218 

480 

30 

64 

435 

122 

158 

92 

141 

.321 

386 



258 



Index to Jouunals of House of Ixepresentatives, 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


NOYKS, Oi.ivKK: 












adininistnitor 




. 


1718 


1 


212 


NOYES, Thomas: 












to Jippi":!!' 




, 


1707 


7 


103 


NUl)]), Bkn.tamin : 












petition 


a 




1756 


5 


84 




1750— 


5: 80 


1750 


5 


92 


NUDD, IlLTII : 












petition 


1756— 


5 : 172 


1756 


5 


174 


KUISANCES: 












common, to prevent 




, 


1718 


1 


220 


NUMBER One: 












inventory . . 17(17 — 7:161 


1708— 


7 : 219 


1708 


7 


230 


NUMBER Two (sec also Moiiadnock No. . 


>): 










inventory . . 1700 6 : 86 


1701— 


6:122 


1705 





466 


])rovinec tax assessed in . 






1702 


6 


27« 


NUMBER Fouii [Ciiaku:st<^wn] : 












committee to see what inlial)itants are about 




1744 


3 


83 


jietition 


, 




1711 


3 


*228 


roatls and bridges .... 


. 




1752 


4 


272 


defence of 


1750— 


5: 82 


1756 


5 


83 


1756— 5 : 84 


1750— 


5:101 


17.00 


5 


102 


1756 5 : 108 


1758— 


5 : 313 


175S 


5 


316 


1758 5 : 338 


1758— 


5 : 352 


175.S 


5 


353 


1758— 5 : 354 


1758— 


5 : 357 


175,s 


5 


370 


1758 5 : 370 


1758— 


5:377 


1758 


5 


4(KI 


soldier sick at 






1703 


6 


304 


NUMBER Six [Hicnnikek] : 












inventory 


1707— 


7:161 


1708 


7 


220 


NUPTL\LS : 












of Prince of Wales 


1745 


3:250 


1747 


3 


510 


NURSING: 












soldiers, etc. . 1745— 3 : 276 


1740 


3 : 3U6 


1740 


3 


324 


1746— 3:404 


1748— 


4: 78 


1755 


4 


495 


17ofi_ 5 : 92 


1750— 


5:118 


1757 


5 


299 


NUTfER, John: 












member, etc. . 1745— 3 : 129 


1745— 


3 : 184 


1745 


3 


185 


1745— 3 : 187 


1745— 


3 : 189 


1745 


3 


203 


1745— 3:215 


1745— 


3:262 


1740 


3 


368 


1747— 3 : 453 


1747— 


3:467 


1747 


3 


475 


NUTTER, Leah ani> Joiix: 












petition 


1748— 


4: 76 


1748 


4 


81 


OATIJS (sec also Members, qualified) : 












of allegiance, administered 


. 


, , 


1715 


1 


97 


1735— 2:437 


1737— 


2 : 470 


1740 


2 


543 


1740— 2:548 


1745— 


3 : 245 


1745 


3 


281 


1745— 3 : 285 


1740— 


3 : 394 


1747 


3 


512 


1749— 4:112 


1752— 


4:216 


1755 


5 


44 


1758— 5 : 435 


175S— 


5 : 436 


1758 


5 


438 


1761— 6:120 


1701 — 


: 123 


1701 


6 


130 


1761— 6 : 151 


1701— 


0:174 


1762 


6 


237 


1762— 6 : 245 


1705— 


7: 1 


1705 


7 


125 


1767— 7 : 126 


1707— 


7: 127 


1767 


7 


131 


1707— 7 : 134 


1707- 


7 : 136 


1774 


8 


188 


ap]»oint('d l)y law, taken . 






1715 


1 


219 


:iceording to act of parliament, signed . 




1722 


1 


320 


form of, committee to draw up 


• 




1710 


1 


181 


form of, established 


. 




171.S 


1 


220 


of James .JelVry, clerk, given in full 






1722 


1 


337 


council to take, as prescribed . 






172.S 


2 


113 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



259 



OATHS, — {continued) : 

required of ollieers to journal of the march 

1746- 
commissary under ..... 
of officers, etc. (see also Recorder) 



1755- 
1756- 
1755- 
1755- 



4: 
4: 
5: 
4: 
4: 



376 
507 
68 
520 
523 



of secrecy taken 
of office, in towns, administering 
taverners, peddlers, etc., under 
committees under 



1753— 
1754— 
1755 — 
1756— 
1755— 
1755— 



825 

332 

441 

33 

77 
521 
528 



1760— 6 : 77 
1721— 1:285 



1746— 3 : 386 



1743- 



00 



1761— 6 : 126 



OBER, John : 

jietition ..... 
OBITUARY : 

of King George II. . 
OBJECTIONS (see also Governor) : 

to act of Massachusetts, relating to the lines . 

of council, to treasury bill . . 1735 — 2 : 451 

of council, to raising money for Louisburg expedi- 
tion ......... 

ODIORNE, Benjamin : 

children of, guardian relieved 

ODIORNE, Benjamin, and otueks : 

petition ......... 

ODIORNE, John, Jr. : 

petition for divorce . 



YEAR. 



1755- 
divorced from Eunice Seavey . 
ODIORNE, JoTHAM [" Odorn, Odihokn, Odiorn"] 
member, councilor 



60 



1715 




: 97 


1715 




: 99 


1715— 




:101 


1715— 




:102 


1715— 




: 105 


1715— 




:106 


1715 




108 


1715 




:109 


1715 




111 


1715— 




:112 


1715 




.116 


1717— 




:]90 


1717— 




:192 


1717— 




: 193 


1717— 




:195 


1717— 




:196 


1717— 




: 198 


1717— 




: 199 


1717- 




201 


1717— 




• 203 


1717— 




: 205 


1717— 




: 206 


1717— 




211 


1718— 




212 


1718 




215 


1718— 




216 


1718 




219 


1718— 




221 


1718 




224 


1718— 




225 


1718 




227 


17 IS— 




229 


1719— 




233 


1719— 




235 


1719 




237 


1719— 




23; 1 


1719— 




242 


1720— 




243 


1720— 




245 


1720— 




249 


1720— 




259 


1720— 




260 


1721— 




263 


1721— 




264 


1721— 




266 


1721— 




267 


1721— 




269 


1721— 




271 


1721— 




273 


1721— 




276 


1721— 




280 


1721— 




281 


1721— 




283 


1721— 




284 



1746 
1746 
1753 
1755 
1755 
1756 
1755 
1755 
1760 
1760 
1721 
1754 
1746 
1746 

1746 

1761 

1731 
1736 

1745 

1773 

1763 

1755 

1755 
1756 

1715 
1715 



715 

715 

715 

717 

717 

717 

717 

717 

717 

718 

718 

718 

718 

718 

719 

719 

720 

720 

720 

721 

721 

721 

721 



VOL. 



3 
3 

4 
4 
5 
5 
4 
4 
6 
6 
1 
4 
3 
3 



9 

2 

3 

8 

6 

5 
5 

5 



1721 
1721 



PAGE. 



384 

391 

344 

491 

36 

149 

522 

529 

76 

79 

284 

441 

366 

389 

432 

182 

338 
469 

137 

139 

314 

59 
62 
66 

100 
104 
107 
110 
113 
191 
194 
197 
200 
204 
210 
214 
217 
223 
226 
230 
236 
241 
244 
253 
262 
265 
268 
272 
278 
282 
286 



2G0 



Index to Journals of House of Iii;ruESKNTATivES, 





TEAB. 


VOL. 


PAOE. 


UDIORNE, JoTHAM, — (co?2(i?iucd) : 










member, councilor 1721 — 1:287 


1721— 1:290 


1721 




291 


ITL'l- 1:21)2 


1721— 1:294 


1721 




295 


17l'l— 1:300 


1721— 1 : 301 


1721 




303 


1721— 1:305 


1721— 1:305* 


1721 




309 


1722— 1 : 310 


1722— 1:312 


1722 




313 


1722— 1:314 


1722— 1:315 


1722 




317 


1722— 1:318 


1722— 1:319 


1722 




32(» 


1722— 1:321 


1722— 1:322 


1722 




324 


1722— 1:326 


1722— 1 :327 


1722 




330 


1722— 1:335 


1722— 1 : 339 


1722 




342 


1722— 1:343 


1722— 1:345 


1722 




346 


1722— 1 : 348 


1722— 1:349 


1722 




351 


1722— 1:352 


1722— 1:353 


1722 




354 


1722— 1:355 


1722— 1:356 


1722 




357 


1722— 1:359 


1722— 1:360 


1722 




367 


1722— 1 : 369 


1722— 1:371 


1722 




372 


1723 1:373 


1723— 1:375 


1723 




377 


1723— 1:379 


1723 1:381 


1723 




3S2 


1723 1 : ;').S3 


1723 1:384 


1723 




3S7 


172;?— 1:389 


1723 1 : 392 


1723 




393 


1723— 1:396 


1723 1 : 397 


1723 




399 


1723— 1 : 400 


1723— 1:402 


1723 




403 


1723— 1 : 405 


1723— 1:406 


1723 




408 


1723 1 : 410 


172.i— 1:412 


1724 




413 


1724— 1:415 


1724— 1:416 


1724 




424 


1724— 1:426 


1724— 1:432 


1724 




434 


1724— 2: 1 


1724— 2: 2 


1724 


2 


3 


1724— 2:11 


1724— 2: 12 


1724 


2 


tl2 


1725— 2: 17 


1726— 2: 25 


1726 


2 


34 


172G— 2: 38 


1726— 2 : 53 


1726 


2 


<;6 


1727— 2: 67 


1727— 2: 71 


1727 


2 


73 


1727— 2: 82 


1727— 2: 92 


1727 


2 


109 


1728— 2:110 


1728— 2:111 


1728 


2 


112 


1728 2 : 121 


1728 2 : 135 


1728 


2 


138 


1729— 2 : 143 


1729- 2:144 


1729 


2 


147 


1729— 2:149 


1729— 2:151 


1729 


2 


152 


1729— 2 : 169 


1729— 2:171 


1730 


2 


319 


1730— 2 : 327 


1731— 2:339 


1732 


2 


371 


1732— 2 : 377 


1733 2:382 


1734 


2 


3'.».s 


1734— 2 : 401 


1734— 2:422 


1735 


2 


439 


1735— 2 : 440 


1735 2 : 445 


1735 


2 


447 


1736 2 : 458 


1737— 2:475 


1737 


2 


490 


1737— 2:492 


1737— 2:494 


1737 


2 


496 


1737— 2:515 


1738— 2:536 


1739 


2 


542 


1740— 2 : 546 


1740 2:551 


1740 


2 


561 


1740 2 : 564 


1742— 2 : 610 


1742 


2 


615 


1742— 2:616 


1742— 2:634 


1742 


2 


640 


1742— 2 : 645 


1712— 2:646 


1742 


2 


649 


1742— 2:651 


1742— 3 : 30 


1742 


3 


38 


1742— 3 : 40 


1742— 3: 41 


1712 


3 


44 


1742— 3: 45 


1743- 3: 61 


174:; 


3 


55 


1744— 3: 91 


1744— 3 : 93 


1744 


3 


94 


1744— 3 : 95 


1744— 3: 96 


1744 


3 


97 


1744— 3 : 109 


1745— 3 : 124 


1745 


3 


13H 


1745 3 : 153 


174") 3:162 


1745 


3 


163 


1745— 3 : 189 


1715 3:201 


1745 


3 


229 


1746— 3 : 328 


17i6— 3:334 


1746 


3 


356 


1746— 3:400 


1747— 4 : 41 


1748 


4 


93 


disclaims intention to atVront, "and that was ye 








finall end of tliat matter" . 


. 


1726 


2 


52 



■Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



261 



ODIORNE, JoTHAM, — {continued) : 

will of, executors heard . . . 1753 — 4 : 310 

estate divided ..... 1754 — 4 : 456 
ODIORNE, JOTiiAM, Jk. : 

member . . 1740— 2 : 568 1743— 3 : 57 
ODIORNE, Mehitabel: 

petition 

ODIORNE'S Point: 

light-house at 

ODLIN, Dudley : 

account 1746— 3 : 330 

muster-roll, etc 1746— 3 : 381 

ODLIN, Capt. John : 

muster-roll, etc 

1755— 4 : 494 
OFFICERS (see also titles of the several, civil and mili- 
tary ; also Advance Pay, Fort, Navy, Ordnance, Ser- 
vant, Table, and Tents) : 

pay, Avages, allowances, etc. . . 1711 — 1: 18 
1732— 2 : 370 1745— 3 : 155 
1745— 3 : 268 1745— 3 : 272 
1745— 3 : 293 1746— 3 : 313 

commissioned, orders of, for pay, filled 

non-commissioned, wages 

pay, for provisions and rum 

disobeying in a military station, penalty . 

at Louisburg, petition and memorial of . 

to make oath to journals . . 1746 — 3 : 325 

king's 2irerogative to appoint .... 

civil and military, appointed solely by governor 

civil and military, rule for, in taking fees, fines, and 
forfeitures 

to furnish list of men enlisted for Canada expedition 

at Winnepisseocke, complained of . 

neglecting to supply powder, etc., penalty 

to lay accounts before general assembly . 

enlisting, to give Ijonds for money . 

delinquent, in impressing men, punished 

1758— 5:411 

none to receive pay in two capacities 1761 — 6 : 193 
OFFICES : 

assessment of 

vacancy in, defined 

OHIO Rivek: 

letters relating to tlie 

success of H. JNI. arms on 

OIL (see also Linseed) : 

for light-house ... . 1773— 8 : 135 

OLCOTT, Simeon ["Alcock, Alcott, Alcut'''] 



member . . 1772 
1772 
1773— 8 

1773— 8 

1774— 8 
OLIVE Branch : 

schooner, a trans^Dort 
OMMEWAY : 

Indian .... 
ONE Pine Hill {see Pine Hill). 
ORCHARD Land {see also Lands) 

invoice of ... 



8:119 
8:126 
8 : 139 
8 : 154 
8:167 



1772- 

1772- 

1773— 

1773— 

1774— 



123 
128 
144 
161 

170 



1761— 6 : 122 



TEAR. 


VOL. 


1753 


4 


1755 


4 


1743 


o 



1771 


8 


1765 


7 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 


1754 


4 


1755 


4 


1722 


1 


J 745 


3 


1745 


o 


1746 


3 


1745 


3 


1758 


5 


1745 


3 


1712 


1 


1745 


3 


1746 




1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 




1747 


.1 


1747 


3 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


175S 


5 


1762 


6 


1727 


2 


1765 


6 


1755 


5 


1758 


5 


1773 


8 


1772 


8 


1773 


8 


1773 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1745 


3 


1727 


2 


1767 


7 



PAGE. 



333 

542 

59 
93 
19 

331 

518 

469 
495 



353 
168 
288 
329 
224 
378 
231 
45 
269 
384 
367 
381 

399 
424 
446 
473 
101 
116 

416 

255 

75 

457 

14 

454 

136 

124 
138 
152 
164 

172 

240 
84 



161 



202 



Index tu Joi'knai.s or llousi; uf Uepuesentatives, 



OUDEUS : 

of the house (sec also links) 

1722— 1 : :)27 
in council, from the king 

174G— -.] : 438 
of governor (see also Dcati7i(j) 
of suhlici's, for pay (.sec also Muslcr- 
17;-)3_ 4:;n7 
175:J— 4:344 
1756— 5:110 
OltD NANCE (see also Oimclloes) : 
board of . 

1746— 3 : 341 
1746— 3 : 438 
landing, preservation of, etc. . 

1745— 3:220 

1745— 3 : 251 

1746— 3:342 
master of . 

ORDWAY, Jamks: 

allowance for .... 
OllDWAY, Du. Neiiemiaii: 

account ..... 
ORFOKD : 

lands taxed 

jjctition 

inventory . 

representative . 
OSGOOD, James: 

account 
OSSIPEE ["OSAl'EE"] : 

enemy at . 
OSWEGO : ' 

fort, fallen into the hands of French 
OTIS, James: 

rcconimendation of . 
OTTER Rivek: 

men to winter on ... . 
OVERSEERS of the Pook: 

powers, as to children 
OXEN : 

invoice of 

1742— 2:651 

for expeditions, etc 

OYSTER KivEK [Durham] : 

parish of, petition .... 

minister of, petition 

])etilioner from .... 

taverns ...... 

sale nf land at . 

bonud.s with northeast parish, Dover 
made ])arish, called " Durham" 
province money burnt in . 



1716— 
1722— 

1716— 
1768— 
1747— 
liolls) 
1753— 
1753— 
1757 — 



1746— 
1746— 

1745— 
1745— 
1746— 



1771— 8:108 
1775— 8:218 



1775- 
1747- 



1727- 
1761- 



2: 
6; 



1756 — 5 : 165 



1715- 
17 is- 

1732- 



178 
328 

316 
1S7 
452 

318 
356 
196 



342 
439 

227 
274 
343 



YEAU. 



177.3— 8 : 136 



227 
460 



1756— 5:163 



1766— 7 : 63 



175 
122 



i;;o 



368 



PACKER, Thomas: 

memix-r, .speaker, councilor, ,sl 
nuister-master 

1716— 1 : 167 



icrilV, paymaster, 
1717— 1: 199 



1717 
1722 
1746 
1746 
1768 
1747 
1753 
1753 
1753 
1757 

1746 
1746 
1747 
1745 
1745 
1746 
1747 
1746 

1756 

1745 

1773 
1772 
1773 
1775 

1755 

1722 

1756 

1766 

1759 

1766 

1728 
1767 
1755 
1759 

1715 
1716 
1731 
1721 
1715 
1716 
1729 
1732 
1732 



1716 
1717 



VOL. 



1 
1 

3 
3 
7 
3 
4 
4 
4 
5 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

5 

3 

8 
8 
8 
8 



7 
6 

7 

2 

7 
5 
6 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 



PAGE. 



191 
.330 
341 
437 
209 
518 
316 
319 
357 
197 

337 
346 
623 
218 
234 
318 
498 
337 

76 

302 

141 
123 
160 
237 

495 

340 

164 

90 

20 

65 

140 

161 

20 

9 

124 
166 
353 
269 
135 
160 
166 
371 
366 



162 

201 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



263 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PACKER, Thomas, — {continued) : 










membei-, speaker, counciloi-, sheriff, paymaster. 








muster-master 1717— 1 : 203 


1717— 1:204 


1717 




205 


1717— 1:206 


1717— 1:209 


1717 




210 


1717— 1:211 


1718 1:212 


1718 




213 


1718 1 : 214 


1718 1 : 215 


1718 




216 


1718 1:217 


1718 1:219 


1718 




222 


1718 1 : 223 


1718 1 : 224 


1718 




226 


1718 1 : 227 


1718— 1:229 


1718 




230 


1719— 1:231 


1719— 1:233 


1719 




235 


1719— 1:236 


1719— 1 : 237 


1719 




238 


1719— 1:239 


1719— 1:240 


1719 




241 


1719— 1:242 


1720 1 : 247 


1720 




253 


1721— 1 : 267 


1722— 1:315 


1722 




330 


1723 1 : 384 


1723 1 : 385 


1723 




387 


1723— 1 : 390 


1723 1 : 391 


1723 




392 


1724— 1:421 


1724 1:424 


1724 




425 


1729— 2 : 146 


1729— 2 : 158 


1729 


2 


160 


1729 2 : 170 


1733 2 : 379 


1734 


2 


397 


1735— 2:433 


1735 2 : 441 


1735 


2 


444 


1736 2 : 457 


1736 2 : 460 


1737 


2 


475 


1737— 2:492 


1737— 2:495 


1737 


2 


504 


1737— 2:515 


1738 2 : 533 


1739 


2 


542 


1740 2 : 546 


1740— 2:547 


1740 


2 


548 


1740— 2:549 


1740— 2:550 


1740 


2 


553 


1740— 2 : 563 


1740— 2:564 


1740 


2 


565 


1740 2 : 566 


1740— 2:568 


1742 


2 


610 


1742— 2:611 


1742— 2 : 615 


1742 


2 


626 


1742 2 : 634 


1742— 2:640 


1742 


2 


644 


1742— 2:647 


1742— 2:653 


1742 


3 


38 


1742— 3: 40 


1743 3: 47 


1743 


3 


51 


1743— 3 : 72 


1744_ 3 : 81 


1744 


3 


90 


1744— 3 : 100 


1745— 3 : 218 


1745 




244 


1746— 3 : 355 


1746 3 : 390 


1746 


3 


447 


1747— 3:518 


1748 4: 86 


1749 ' 


4 


128 


1749— 4 : 129 


1749— 4:134 


1749 


4 


135 


1749— 4 : 137 


1749— 4 : 141 


1752 


4 


*222 


1753— 4 : 329 


173^— 4 : 336 


1753 


4 


337 


1754— 4:435 


1754 4:474 


1755 


4 


498 


1755 4 : 523 


1755 — 5 : 56 


1756 


5 


144 


1756— 5 : 166 


1758 5 : 360 


1758 


5 


380 


1758 5 : 421 


1759_ 5 : 4G0 


1759 


6 


5 


1759— 6 : 13 


1760 6: 46 


1760 


6 


48 


1760— 6: 58 


1760— 6 : 74 


1760 


6 


80 


1761— 6:124 


1761— 6 : 132 


1761 


6 


140 


1761— 6 : 143 


1761— 6 : 207 


1761 


6 


212 


1762— 6 : 237 


1762— 6:238 


1762 


6 


239 


1762— 6:246 


1762— 6:252 


1762 


6 


255 


1762— 6 : 267 


1762— 6:288 


1762 


6 


289 


1766— 7 : 94 


1767— 7:115 


1769 


7 


287 


1770— 8 : 6 


1770— 8: 16 


1771 


8 


91 


V. Benjamin Rust 


• • 


1733 


2 


379 


PACKER, Thomas, and othkus: 










petition ..... 


. 


1714 


1 


79 


PAGE, Benjamin: 










petition ..... 


. 


1763 


fi 


351 




1763— 6 : 353 


1763 


6 


366 


1763— 6 : 367 


1764— 6:392 


1764 


6 


393 


PAGE, Caleb: 










petition ..... 


1756— 5:119 


1763 


6 


363 




1764— 6 : 398 


1774 


8 


195 



264 Index to Journals of lie 


)USE OF 


Representatives, 






YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PACiE, LiFATT. David: 












on Captain \\'()rthen\s roll 






1758 


6 


383 


PAGE, DavIK. AM) (iTIIEKS: 












putilion ..... 


, , 




1768 


7 


186 


PA(;E, Isaac: 












petition ..... 




, 


1754 


4 


432 


PA(JE, Jkkkmiaii : 












saitl to he hired, mistake corrected 






1760 


6 


94 


PA(;K, John [" i'AKii:"] : 












member, ete 


, 




1746 


3 


331 


1752— 4:217 


1752— 


4 : 239 


1752 


4 


248 


1752— 4 : 253 


1752— 


4 : 254 


1752 


4 


267 


1752— 4 : 380 


1753— 


4 : 341 


1753 


4 


351 


1753— 4 : 301 


175;i— 


4 : 384 


1754 


4 


404 


1754— 4 : 4( )(j 


1754— 


4 : 420 


1754 


4 


438 


1754— 4 : 43'.) 


1754 


4 : 441 


1754 


4 


442 


1764— 4 : 456 


1754— 4:461 


1754 


4 


463 


1754— 4 : 470 


1754— 4:476 


1754 


4 


484 


1755— 4 : 493 


1755 


4 : 494 


1755 


4 


496 


1755— 4 : 503 


1755— 


4 : 514 


1755 


4 


519 


1755— 4 : 520 


1755— 


4:526 


1755 


4 


532 


1755— 4 : 540 


1755— 


4 : 570 


1755 


5 





1755— 5 : 23 


1755 


5: 30 


1755 


5 


32 


1755 5: 33 


175.5— 


5: 41 


1760 


6 


63 


1762— 6 : 253 


1762— 


6 : 2(52 * 


1762 


6 


271 


1762— 6 : 296 


1762— 


6:297 


1762 


6 


303 


1762— () : 458 


1763— 


6 : 370 


1763 


6 


462 


17(;4_ 6 : 390 


1764— 


6 : :592 


1764 


6 


393 


1764— 6 : 420 


1764— 


6:464 


1765 


6 


453 


on Captain Tash's roll 


, 


, 


1756 


5 


131 


PAGE, Stei'IIEN: 












to a jpear ..... 


. . 


. 


1770 


8 


2 


PAGE & BAKER : 












petition ..... 


. 1742— 


3: 33 


1742 


3 


49 


PAINE, John, Jk. : 












estate, admini.stratrix to appear 


. 


• • 


1762 


6 


2S1 


PALMER, CiiKiSTOPliEK : 












])etition, etc. .... 


. 1728— 


2:138 


1728 


2 


141 


PALMER, Jonathan : 












petition ..... 


. 1754— 


4:465 


1754 


4 


470 


PALMER, Jonathan, and Fo(;(j, Daniel: 










petition ..... 


. 


• 


1744 


3 


99 


PALMER, Samuel: 












member ..... 


, , 


, , 


1732 


2 


376 


1734— 2 : 397 


17:54— 


2:422 


1735 


2 


433 


1736 2 : 457 


1737— 


2:475 


1738 


2 


533 


1739— 2:542 


1740— 


2 : 548 


1740 


2 


650 


1740 2:561 


1742— 


2:610 


1742 


2 


631 


1745— 3 : 115 


1745— 


3 : 163 


1745 


8 


172 


1745— 3 : 180 


1745— 


3:184 


1745 


3 


185 


1745— 3 : 187 


1745— 


3 : 1K9 


1745 


3 


197 


1745— 3 : 203 


1745— 


3:215 


1745 


3 


223 


1745— 3 : 237 


174.5— 


3 : 262 


1746 


3 


365 


1746 3 : 361 


1746 


3 : 366 


1746 


3 


368 


1747— 3 : 453 


1747— 


3:489 


1747 


4 


2 


PALMER, Thomas: 












petition ..... 


, 


• 


1721 


1 


270 


PAPER: 


m 










allowance for . 1747 — 4 : 14 


1747- 


4: 26 


1755 


4 


498 


1756— 5 : 188 


1761— 


6 : 225 


1762 


6 


270 


1762— 6 : 297 


1764— 6 : 404 


1768 


7 


250 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



265 



PAPER Bills (see also Bills of Credit and Fund) : 

currency, money, etc 

1733 



1735— 
1742— 
1744— 
1757 — 
17G9— 
1770— 
1772— 



2: 
2: 
2: 
3: 
5: 
7: 
8: 
8: 



391 
439 
613 

93 
269 
281 

35 
123 



1734— 
1735— 
1742— 
1753— 
1760— 
1769— 
1770— 
1773— 



409 
442 
620 
361 

88 
282 

51 
155 



PAPERS [PuiiLiCK] (see also Cojnes, Court of Commis- 
sioners, and Recorder) : 

in hands of Charles Story's widow 



arranged 



1716- 
1731- 



146 
337 



PARADE 

war i^roclaimed at the 

PARENTS (see also Minors and Muster-Rolls) : 

wages of minor soldiers paid to . 1756 — 5 : 110 
PARISHES (see also Lot-Layers, Selectmen, and Trea- 
surer) : 

may maintain scliools sepai'ate fi'om town fi-om 
which they are set oft' .... . 
neglecting to supjiort ministry, to pay Avhere . 
bounds to Ije run once in three years 
of one hundred families ; selectmen to provide 

grammar schools in, under penalty 
equal assessment of ... 1727— 

to return persons' names and ratable estates 
to provide moggusons and snow-shoes 1744 — 
PARK, Alexander, and others : 

petition . . 1753—4:294 1753—4:295 
1753— 4 : 301 1753— 4 : 302 
PARKER, Henry : 

allowance to, for two sons ..... 
PARKER, John : 

lieutenant, adjutant, and sheriff .... 
1758— 5:372 
1761— 6:209 
1769— 7:297 
1774— 8 : 192 
1774— 8 : 201 



71 



3: 108 



V. Gerrish, Samuel . 
PARKER, Jonathan : 

to appear . 
PARKER, Lord Justice : 

instructions by . 
PARKER, Noah : 

account 

PARKER, Mrs. Susannah 

account 
PARKER, Thomas : 

member . 



1758— 
1761— 
1770— 
1774— 
1774— 
1768— 



389 
210 
49 
195 
203 
271 



1758— 
1758— 
1759— 
1759— 
1759— 
1760— 
1761— 
1761— 



436 
456 
463 
478 
496 
97 
6:152 
6:216 



1768— 
1771— 



1758— 
1758— 
1759— 
1759— 
1760— 
1760— 
1761— 
1761— 



238 
98 



442 
512 
475 
479 
38 
lOO 
157 
218 



34 



TEAR. 


VOL. 


1731 


2 


1734 


2 


1735 


2 


1744 


3 


1753 


5 


1765 


7 


1769 


7 


1771 


8 


1774 


8 


1721 


1 


1731 


2 


1755 


5 


1757 


5 


1716 


1 


1716 


1 


1716 


1 


1721 


1 


1727 


2 


1732 


2 


1744 


3 


1753 


4 


1753 


4 


1759 


5 


1756 


5 


1761 


6 


1763 


6 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1769 


7 


1770 


8 


1721 


1 


1769 


7 


1772 


8 


1763 


6 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1759 


5 


1759 


5 


17.^)9 


5 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1 1761 


6 



PAGE. 



340 
417 
453 

92 
161 

45 
299 

60 
169 



265 
340 

11 

197 



171 

180 
185 

266 

75 

366 

113 

300 

304 

492 

170 
207 
312 
■ 190 
197 
211 
290 

53 

279 

326 
117 

364 

434 
443 
460 
476 
493 
70 
123 
161 
232 



266 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



1 


YEAB. 


VOL. 


rAOB. 


I'AKKKi;, I'lioMAS, — (co7ilmucd) : 










l)ctition, etc 


17r,8_ 7:262 


1768 


7 


265 




1769— 7:284 


1769 


7 


289 


rAKKKR, Wii.iJAM (see also Brown, Kbcnczcr) : | 








attorney, lueniber, elerk, etc. . 


• 


1737 


2 


197 


1737— 2:49S 


1737— 2:508 


1738 


2 


534 


1710— 2:551 


1740— 2:658 


1742 


2 


G4K 


1742— 2:652 


174:5— 3: 52 


1744 


3 


S7 


1745— 3:248 


1745— 3:249 


1746 


3 


3.32 


174S— 4: 96 


175;)— 4:3.^7 


1754 


4 


415 


1754— 4:485 


1755— 4:497 


1755 


4 


504 


1755 4:570 


1756 5: 73 


1756 


6 


116 


1756 5:118 


1756— 5:120 


1757 


6 


2«7 


1758— 5 : 352 


1758 — 5:357 


1758 


6 


393 


1760— 6: 62 


1761— 6:220 


1762 


6 


278 


1765 6 : 445 


17(5,5— 6 : 468 


1765 


6 


4(59 


1765— 7 : 


1766— 7: 51 


176(5 


7 


60 


1766— 7:61 


1766— 7 : 63 


1766 


7 


64 


1766— 7 : 66 


1766— 7 : 67 


1766 


7 


08 


1766 7: 73 


1766 7: 91 


1766 


7 


95 


1766— 7 : 99 


1766— 7:101 


1766 


7 


102 


1766— 7 : 104 


1766— 7 : 105 


1766 


7 


177 


1766— 7 : 178 


1767— 7:116 


1767 


7 


118 


1767— 7 : 123 


1767— 7 : 126 


1767 


7 


136 


1767— 7 : 138 


1767— 7 : 140 


1767 


7 


143 


1767— 7:147 


1767— 7 : 149 


1767 


7 


151 


1767— 7:159 


1767— 7:162 


1767 


7 


164 


1767— 7 : 165 


1767— 7 : 169 


1767 


7 


170 


1767— 7 : 182 


1768— 7 : 198 


1768 


7. 


200 


1768— 7 : 225 


176.S— 7 : 226 


17(38 


7 


228 


1768 7 : 233 


1768— 7 : 235 


1768 


7 


2.36 


1768— 7:238 


1768— 7 : 239 


1768 


7 


244 


1768— 7 : 248 


1768— 7:249 


1768 


7 


254 


1768— 7 : 256 


1768— 7 : 261 


1768 


7 


264 


1768— 7 : 269 


1768— 7 : 278 


1768 


7 


279 


1768— 7 : 350 


1769— 7 : 282 


1769 


7 


283 


1769— 7 : 289 


1769— 7:317 


1769 


7 


320 


1769— 7:331 


1769— 7:352 


1770 


7 


339 


1770 7 : 340 


1770— 7 : 343 


1770 


7 


354 


1770— 7 : 358 


1770— 8 : 1 p 


1770 


8 


2 


177(1—8: 3 


1770— 8 : 40 


1770 


8 


41 


1770— 8: 45 


1770— 8 : 47 


1770 


8 


48 


1771— 8: 2p 


1771— 8: 70 


1771 


8 


71 


1771— 8: 77 


1771— 8: 80 


1771 


8 


93 


1771— 8:105 


1771— 8:107 


1771 


8 


108 


1771— 8:109 


1771— 8:113 


1772 


8 


115 


1772— 8:119 


1772— 8:120 


1772 


8 


121 


1772— 8 : 131 


1773— 8:139 


1773 


8 


140 


1773— 8:142 


1773— 8:144 


1773 


8 


147 


1773— 8:149 


1773— 8: 150 


1773 


8 


151 


1773— 8:152 


1773— 8:1()() 


1773 


8 


161 


1774— 8:164 


1774— 8: 16(; 


1774 


8 


167 


1774— .S:170 


1774- 8: 172 


1774 


8 


178 


PAKKKK A: I.ivki:M(»)£i; : 










iiiotiiiii of, about chan<;e of fees 


. 


1712 


2 


649 


PARLIAMENT (see also Address) : 










acts, etc., of 


• • • 


1722 


1 


311 


1722- 1:326 


1721— 2:100 


1730 


2 


310 


1730— 2 : 313 


1731— 2:335 


1732 


2 


377 


1734— 2 : 398 


173 4_ 2:422 


1737 


2 


476 


1759— 6 : 25 


1761— 6:158 


1764 


6 


384 



Pkovince of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



267 



PARLIAMENT, — {continued) : 

acts, etc., of . 1765—6:430 1765—7: 17 

1765— 7: 59 1766— 7: 71 

1766— 7 : 109 1770— 8 : 23 
177-4— 8 : 177 1774— 8 : 179 

grants, etc., of .... 1747—4: 26 
1747— 4 : 58 1748— 4 : 70 
1749— 4 : 154 * 1752— 4 : 242 
1752— 4 : 274 1756— 5 : 192 
1757— 5 : 271 1758— 5 : 348 

1763— 6 : 368 1765— 6 : 437 
1771— 8:112 1772— 8:114 

PARRY, Capt. Obadiaii : 

muster-roll 1752— 4 : 261 

1753— 4 : 319 
PARSONS, Thomas : 

petition 1772— 8 : 116 

PARTITION : 

of lands and legacies ...... 

of real estate ........ 

1757— 5 : 201 1759— 5 : 460 

1765— 7 : 13 1765— 7 : 15 

of lands, etc., in case of minors . 1763 — 6 : 321 

of common lands, etc. . . . 1763 — 6 : 375 

1764— 6 : 388 1764— 6 : 392 

1765— 7 : 47 1766— 7 : 64 
PARTRIDGE, John : 

claim 

PARTRIDGE, Jonathan : 

volunteer 

PARTRIDGE, Richard: 

claim ......... 

PARTRIDGE, Whxiam : 

certificate of ....... . 

PASADA Wine: 

duty on 

PASCAL, Michael Henry [" Pascall, Paschal"]: 

wife of, relieved 1762— 6 : 294 1763— 6 : 317 
1763— 6 : 375 1764— 6 : 388 
PASS: 

signed by General Pepperell and Commodore 

Warren 

PASTURE : 

land, invoice of 1753— 4:290 1761— 6:122 
PATTEE, Eliphalet : 

divorced from Abigail Eliot . . 1772— 8 : 120 

1772— 8 : 127 
PATTEE, Peter : 

muster-roll ........ 

PATTEN, John : 

to appear 

highway through land of . . 1765 — 7 : 32 

PATTEN, Matthew : 

petition, etc 1756— 5 : 161 

1756— 6 : 178 
PATTEN, Samuel : 

rcfcrcG 
PATTINSON, Joseph : " ' * 

account ...... 

PAUL, James : 

petition 1768 — 7 : 274 



TEAK. 



1765 
1766 
1773 
1774 

1747 
1749 
1752 
1757 
1760 
1768 
1772 

1753 
1753 

1772 

1714 
1755 
1759 
1765 
1763 
1763 
1764 
1766 

1716 

1746 

1712 

1712 

1717 

1763 
1764 

1745 

1767 

1772 
1773 

1746 

1765 
1765 

1756 
1757 

1768 

1772 

1768 



VOL. 



7 
7 
8 
8 
4 
4 
4 
5 
6 
7 



4 
4 



1 

4 
5 
7 
6 
6 
6 
7 



3 

1 

1 

1 

6 
6 

3 

7 

8 
8 



7 
7 

5 
5 

7 

8 

7 



PAGE. 



18 
82 
161 
181 
47 
126 
248 
270 
117 
245 
116 

317 
358 

117 

77 
501 
463 

34 
322 
376 
393 

87 

143 

404 

45 

53 

194 

374 
405 

253 

161 

126 
137 

310 

5 

33 

171 
251 

189 

130 

277 



268 Index to Journals of House of "Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PACK. 


PAUTUl K1:T .AI. .lntains : 












thirty-nine men scoutinj^ al 


bove 


■ . . 


1746 


3 


438 


PAY {sec Advance Pay and \Va(ii 


\<). 










TAYMASTEK {see Murlirr, ' . 


ibraham ; 


a7id Packer, 








T/innias). 












PKABODY, Wiu.iam: 












IJetition .... 


, 




1765 




40 


1765— 


7: 42 


17(Wi— 7 : 52 


1766 




54 


1766— 


7: 62 


17G7— 7 : 161 


1768 




189 


PEACE {see also Treaties) : 












with Frnnce 




1712— 1 : 50 


1713 




63 






17i;i— 1 : 64 


1713 




66 


with Spain 




. 


1730 


2 


310 


with Indians 


. 


■ • • 


1730 


2 


313 


blessings of, expedition succeeding: . 


• • • 


1746 


3 


360 


PEACOCK. John: 












account .... 


, , 


1725 2: 12 


1726 


2 


45 






1726— 2: 46 


1726 


2 


56 


PEACOCK, Mahy: 












account .... 




1745— 3:276 


1745 


3 


292 






1746— 3 : 333 


1748 


4 


68 


PEARK, Richard ["Pearea''] 


: 










petition .... 




1759— 5:494 


1759 


6 


10 


PEARSE, Peter {see also Pierce 


and Pcirce) : 








surety for Richard Green 


, , 


1767— 7 : 133 


1767 


7 


141 


PEARSON, Jethro : 












muster-roll, etc. 1723 — 


1 : 390 


1745 3:291 


1746 


3 


431 


1746— 


3:532 


1756— 5: 97 


1756 


5 


110 


PEARSON, Martha : 












petition .... 


. 


1764— 6 : 391 


1764 


6 


395 


PX? AC . 




1764— 6:399 


1764 


6 


405 


for soldiers . 1746 — 


3:411 


1746— 3 : 416 


1756 


5 


117 


1757— 


6 : 301 


1758 5 : 395 


1759 


6 


12 


tax rate . . 1752 — 


4 : 251 


1754— 4 : 445 


1755 


4 


548 


1756— 


5:136 


1757— 5 : 277 


1758 


6 


385 


1758— 


6:388 


1759— 6 : 2 


1760 


6 


104 


1761— 


6:213 


1762— 6:265 


1763 


6 


338 


1764— 


6 : 396 


176.:i— 7 : 28 


1766 


7 


84 


PEASE, SA^a-El. : 












allowed bounty on wolf . 


, 


. • • 


1745 


3 


t 159 


PEASLEE, Amos : 












petition . 1764 — 


6:412 


1764— 6:422 


1765 


6 


441 


PEASJ.EE, Daniel : 












petition, etc. 


, , 


1743— 3: 55 


1745 


3 


229 


1746 


3 : 432 


1761— 6:221 


1762 


6 


274 


PEASLEE, Joseph : 












petition . . 1755 — 


5: 62 


1756— 5 : 74 


1768 


5 


331 


PEAVY, John : 












deserter .... 


^ , 


• • > 


1761 


6 


201 


PEDDLERS : 












suppressed 


, , 


. 


1714 


1 


75 


regulated .... 


. 


1714— 1: 78 


1716 


1 


176 






1718— 1:221 


1721 


1 


284 


PJilRCE, Daniel {see also Pierce and Pearse) : 








clerk, province recorder . 


. 


1743— 3: 50 


1743 


3 


57 


174;] 


3: 60 


174;}_ 3: 66 


1745 


3 


190 


1745— 


3:211 


1745— 3:212 


1745 


3 


245 


1745 


3 : 262 


1746 3 : 321 


1746 


3 


368 


1746— 


3 : 385 


1746— 3:391 


1746 


3 


394 


1746— 


3:442 


1747— 3 : 453 


1747 


3 


610 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



269 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PEIRCE, Daniel, — {continued) : 
clerk, province recorder 












1747— 4 : 2 


1747— 


4: 26 


1748 


4 


83 


1749— 4 : 108 


1749— 


4:109 


1752 


4 


228 


1753 4 : 329 


1753— 


4 : 337 


1754 


4 


375 


1754— 4 : 395 


1754— 


4:405 


1754 


4 


459 


1754— 4 : 466 


1755— 


4:490 


1755 


4 


502 


1755— 4 : 507 


1756 


5: 76 


1756 


5 


82 


1757— 5 : 213 


1757— 


5:225 


1757 


5 


249 


1757— 5 : 252 


1757 — 


5:272 


1758 


5 


330 


1758— 5 : 331 


1758— 


5:360 


1758 


5 


407 


1759 5 : 465 


1759— 


6: 5 


1759 


6 


9 


1760 6: 49 


1760 


6: 61 


1760 


6 


113 


1761— 6 : 136 


1761— 


6:139 


1761 


6 


140 


1761— 6 : 141 


1762— 


6:241 


17G2 


6 


250 


1762— 6:271 


1762— 


6:297 


1762 


6 


298 


1762— 6 : 315 


1763 


6:320 


1762 


6 


322 


1763— 6 : 337 


1763— 


6 : 377 


1765 


6 


443 


1765 6 : 466 


1765— 


7: 39 


1766 


7 


66 


1766— 7: 67 


1766— 


7: 99 


1766 


7 


109 


1767— 7 : 117 


1767— 


7 : 119 


1767 


7 


133 


1767— 7 : 142 


1767— 


7:153 


1767 


7 


166 


1767— 7 : 169 


1767— 


7:170 


1768 


7 


205 


1768 7 : 212 


1768 


7:237 


1768 


7 


239 


1768— 7 : 243 


1768 


7:246 


1768 


7 


247 


1768 7 : 255 


1768— 


7:267 


1769 


7 


299 


1769 7 : 309 


1769 


7:317 


1769 


7 


332 


1769— 7 : 333 


1770— 


7:356 


1771 


8 


58 


1771— 8: 60 


1771— 


8: 63 


1773 


8 


140 


recorder, Rockingham county . 


, 


, , 


1771 


8 


83 




1772— 


8:121 


1773 


8 


149 


guardian, petition 


1761— 
1761— 


6:128 
6:198 


1761 
1761 


6 
6 


150 
200 


PEIRCE, Daniel, and others : 












petition 

PEIRCE, George : 


• 


• 


1772 


8 


128 


claim 


1721— 


1:290 


1723 


1 


390 


PEIRCE, George, and others : 












petition 

PEIRCE, Joseph : 


1743— 


3: 54 


1770 


7 


356 


surgeon-in-chief, etc. 


1722— 


1:314 


1722 


1 


315 


1745— 3:269 


1745 


3 : 273 


1746 


3 


334 


1746— 3:398 


1747— 


3:485 


1747 


4 


30 


recorder, Rockingham county . 


1774— 


8:169 


1774 


8 


165 


1774— 8 : 202 


1774— 


8:204 


1774 


8 


215 


PEIRCE, Joshua [" Peakce, Pierce, Pears "1 : 










member, speaker, recorder 


, 


. 


1717 




199 


1717— 1 : 200 


1717— 


1:201 


1717 




203 


1717— 1:204 


1717— 


1:205 


1717 




206 


1717— 1 : 209 


1717— 


1:210 


1717 




211 


1718— 1:212 


1718— 


1:213 


1718 




214 


1718 1:215 


1718— 


1:216 


1718 




217 


1718 1:219 


1718 


1:221 


1718 




223 


1718— 1:224 


1718 


1:225 


1718 




226 


1718 1:227 


1718— 


1:228 


1718 


i 


229 


1718 1 : 230 


1719— 


1 : 231 


1719 


1 


233 


1719— 1:234 


1719— 


1:235 


1719 




236 


1719— 1:237 


1719— 


1:238 


1719 




239 


1719— 1:240 


1719— 


1:241 


1719 




242 


1720— 1:243 


1720— 


1:244 


1720 




247 


1720 1 : 248 


1720— 


1:249 


1720 




253 



270 



Index to Journals of House of Kepuesentatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PEllU'E, JosiiLA, — {continued) : 










niembei", speaker, 


recorder 












1720— 1 : 259 


1720 1 


260 


1720 




261 




172(t— 1:202 


1721— 1 


263 


1721 




2<;5 




1721— I:2(!6 


1721— 1 


2(;n 


1721 




271 




1721— 1 :272 


1721— 1 


27:i 


1721 




275 




1721— 1 :27G 


1721— 1 


27S 


1721 




280 




1721— 1 :2S1 


1721— 1 


2H2 


1721 




2S3 




1721— 1:280 


1721— 1 


2K7 


1721 




291 




1721— 1:292 


1721— 1 


294 


1721 




295 




1721— 1 :296 


1721— 1 


297 


1721 




29.S 




1721— 1:300 


1721 - 1 


301 


1721 




.•io;5 




1721— 1:305 


1721— 1 


305 ♦ 


1721 




307 




1721— 1:309 


1722- 1 


310 


1722 




312 




1722— 1:313 


1722— 1 


314 


1722 




317 




1722— 1:318 


1722— 1 


319 


1722 




.320 




1722— 1:321 


1722— 1 


322 


1722 




.323 




1722— 1:324 


1722— 1 


325 


1722 




361 




1725 2: 12t 


1728— 2 


121 


1728 


2 


125 




1728— 2 : 127 


172.H— 2 


128 


1728 


2 


131 




172.S— 2:132 


1728— 2 


133 


172M 


2 


134 




1728 2 : 139 


1729— 2 


143 


1729 


2 


144 




1729— 2 : 145 


1729 2 


147 


1729 


2 


149 




1729 2:150 


1729— 2 


151 


1729 


2 


1.^2 




1729— 2 : 154 


1729— 2 


155 


1729 


2 


160 




1729— 2 : 163 


1729— 2 


164 


1729 


2 


165 




1729— 2 : 169 


1730 2 


173 


1730 


2 


174 




1730— 2 : 307 


1730 2 


311 


17.30 


2 


313 




1730 2:324 


1730 2 


326 


1730 


2 


327 




1731— 2 : 335 


1731— 2 


338 


1731 


2 


339 




1731— 2 : 341 


1731— 2 


343 


1731 


2 


355 




1731— 2 : 359 


1731— 2 


361 


1732 


2 


369 




1733 2:379 


1733— 2 


381 


1733 


2 


.388 




1734— 2 : 398 


1734— 2 


401 


1734 


2 


413 




1734— 2:424 


1735— 2 


440 


1735 


2 


446 




1735— 2:448 


1736— 2 


457 


1736 


2 


470 




1737— 2:475 


1737— 2 


480 


1737 


2 


482 




1738— 2 : 535 


1738— 2 


537 


1740 


2 


547 




1740— 2:549 


1742— 2 


616 


1742 


2 


628 




1744— 3: 87 


1747— 3 


487 


1753 


4 


332 


JPEIllCP:, Joshua, Ji:.: 












member . 


.1735— 2:433 


1735— 2:434 


1735 


2 


435 




1735 2 : 440 


17;3G_ 2:457 


1737 


2 


485 


PEIIICE, Samuel: 












guardian, petition 


. 


1768— 7:270 


1769 


7 


282 


to sell real estate 


• • • ■ 


. 


1769 


7 


295 


PELIIAM : 












land tax . 


■ • • ■ 


• • 


1747 


3 


460 




1747— 3:461 


1747— 3:472 


1747 


3 


488 




1756- 5 : 189 


1757— 5 : 237 


1757 


5 


238 


inventory . 


1753_ 4:294 


1760 6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 




1767- 7 : 160 


1768— 7 : 218 


1773 


8 


156 


classed for excise 


• • • ■ 


• 


1755 


4 


510 


representative . 


. 


• 


1749 


4 


144 




1752— 4:217 


17o2— 4:380 


1753 


4 


384 




1753— 4:386 


17r,4— 4:552 


1755 


4 


558 




17o5— 5: 


1755— 6: 41 


1755 


5 


44 




1755— 5 : 258 


175(i^ 5: 95 


1756 


5 


260 




1757— 5:506 


175S 5:434 


1758 


5 


436 




1758— 5:512 


1759— 6:228 


1760 


6 


230 




1761— 6:232 


1762— 6 : 


256 


1762 


6 


257 



Province of N'ew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



271 



PELHAM, — {continued) : 

representative . 1762 — 6 : 458 
1765— 7 : 176 
1768— 7 : 350 
1770— 8 : 1 p 
1772— 8:115 
1774— 8 : 184 

charter, copy I'equested 

selectmen to appear . . . . 

petition ...... 



1763— 
1766— 
176it— 
1771— 
1773— 
1774— 



462 
178 
352 

2p 
144 
188 



1756- 
1756- 



5 

5; 



161 
171 



annexing to Hillsborough county 
PEMAQUID : 

ratification at . 
PEMBROKE : 

incorporating as a parish .... 

incorporated from Bow, Suncook, and Backstreet 



inventory . 

1767- 
petition 

selectmen to ajjpear . 
Presbyterians relieved 



7:160 



1763— 6 : 380 



assessment of 



1759— 
1760— 
1768— 



1763— 
1768— 
1766— 
1767— 



annexing to Hillsboi'ough county 
PEMIGEWASSET River : 

scouting: on borders of 



PEXACOOK ["Penny Cook, Pennecook"] 



defence of 



1746- 
1747- 
1747- 
1747- 



3: 

3: 
3: 

4: 



378 

462 

511 

27 



petition 

districted for tax 
PENDEXTER, Edavaru, 

invalid volunteer 
PENHALLOW, John: 

muster-roll, etc. 

accounts . 



1746— 
1747— 
1747— 

1748— 



Jk. 



1722— 1:350 



1727— 
1732— 



2: 97 
2:370 



V. Parker, Thomas 
PENHALEOW, Samuel: 



1722— 
1722— 
1724— 
1729— 
1734— 



councilor, treasurer, commissary, recorder 

1714- 



1715— 

1715— 
1716- 
1717— 
1717— 
1720— 
1721— 
1721 — 
1721— 
1721— 



97 
131 
153 
200 
209 
247 
263 
268 
285 



1:306 



1714— 
1715— 
171()— 
1716 — 
1717— 
1718— 
1720— 
1721 — 
1721— 
1721— 
1721— 



30 

86 

219 



343 
263 
102 
148 



1745— 3 : 290 



3:384 
3:472 
4: 17 
4: 67 



1753— 4:291 
1746— 3:308 



314 
352 
431 
162 
408 



1768— 7 : 265 



1: 85 
1: 87 
1:118 
1 : 143 
1 : 186 



201 

218 
248 
265 
271 
288 
308 



TEAK. 


VOL. 


1764 


6 


1767 


7 


1770 


7 


1771 


8 


1774 


8 


1775 


8 


1752 


4 


1754 


4 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1773 


8 


1726 


2 


1758 





1759 


6 


1761 


6 


1773 


8 


1763 


6 


1764 


6 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1768 


7 


1767 


7 


1767 


7 


1773 


8 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


4 


1748 


4 


1747 


3 


1753 


4 


1746 


3 


1722 


1 


1722 


1 


1727 


2 


1729 


2 


1770 


8 


1768 




1769 




1714 




1714 




1714 




1715 




1716 




1716 




1717 




1719 




1720 




1721 




1721 




1721 




1722 





PAGE. 



464 
182 
354 
105 
164 
218 
223 
411 
162 
184 
139 

41 

386 

32 
122 
156 
313 
412 
341 
379 
271 
140 
151 
139 

382 

455 
503 
21 
75 
454 
292 

343 

316 

362 
81 

163 
19 

262 

284 

<S1 
86 
88 
129 
14(i 
189 
202 
237 
261 
266 
275 
298 
317 



272 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



TEAK. 



PENIIAl.LoW. Samlkl,— (^continued) 

councilor, treasurer, coniniissary, rei-order 



1722— 
1722— 
172:5— 
172:5— 
1721— 
1721— 
172(i— 
1727— 
1727— 
174ti— 
1748— 



PENHALLOW, Samlkl 
estates settletl . 



1 : 320 
1::?7() 
1:37H 
1 : 403 
1 :41« 
2: 12 
2: 3S 
2: (59 
2: 7!» 
3:391 
4: 72 
AND John : 

3:175 



174;" 



1722— 
1722— 
1723— 
172:5— 
1724— 
172:>— 
172(5— 
1727— 
1729— 
1747- 
174.H— 

1745— 
1745- 



1 : :5r,7 
1 : :57 1 
1 : :S9:! 
1 : 408 
1 :417 
2: 10 
2: 42 
2: 70 
2:171 
4: 48 
4: 77 

:5:152 
3:178 



TENliALLOW \- \\'ii;ii:i>: 

lot of, proposed site of governor's house 
PENNSYLV.VNIA : 

y:r:iiit l)y . 

payment from . 
PEN( )HSCOT : 

liitlians 



1763— 6:368 



1765— 6:437 



1727 
17 



PENSION: 

to Salathiel Denbow 

cnniniutcd in case of Benjamin Tlionias 
PEPPKUELL, William 

brigadier-general 



2: 84 
3:266 



1742— 2:638 



1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1753— 
1753— 



159 
199 
250 
309 
333 



PERAMBULATION (.w also Bounds) : 
of town and })arish bounds 

PERU A. M, 



1745— 
174,>— 
1745— 
1745— 
1753— 
175:3— 

1715— 
1715— 



3 : 148 
3 : 178 
:5 : 200 
3:251 
4:310 
4:342 

1 : 135 
1:137 



garrison of, near Araoskeag 
PERIIAM, William: 

selectman of Dcrrylield . 
PERKINS, AiiKAllAM: 

jH'tition, etc. 1754 — 4 : :595 

TERKINS, Bkn.iamin: 

enlisted, but not jjassed . 
PERLEY, Rev. Samikl [" Pearlkv '"] : 

settlement of, rcirulated . 



17r,:3— 6:348 



1770- 
1770- 



PERl'LEX'l) Condition (see also Distresses) 

of public affairs 
PERQUISITES : 

of comnussary . 
I'EKRY {.«ee Excise Act). 
PERRY, (AfT. Ai!i:aiiam: 

nuister-roll 
PERRY, Rkiiaki.- 

claim, etc. . 1721 — 

1726— 

1729— 

174:3— 

sick soldier 



1749- 
174.3- 



7 : 346 

8: 40 

4:126 
3 : 282 



1757— 5 : 197 



1722 
1722 
1723 
1723 
1724 
1726 
1726 
1727 
1746 
1748 
1760 

1745 
1745 

1771 

1755 
1765 

1727 
1755 

1742 

174(5 

1745 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1753 
1755 

1715 
1715 

1747 

1753 

1767 

1760 

1770 
1770 

1749 

1746 

1757 



VOL. 



1 
1 
1 
1 

2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
4 
6 

3 
3 



6 
6 

2 
5 

2 

3 

3 
3 
3 

:? 

4 
4 

1 
1 

4 

4 

7 

6 

8 
8 

4 

3 



PAGE. 



368 

372 

402 

412 

7 

2H 

65 

71 

390 

64 

65 

1.39 
179 

72 

4 
467 

85 
12 

641 
404 

149 
195 
220 
253 
328 
516 

136 
138 

15 

353 

146 

117 

10 
65 

157 

391 

220 



1 : 290 


172:5— 1 :390 


1724 


1 


417 


2: 56 


172f— 2: 99 


1729 


2 


146 


2 : 160 


17:53 2:386 


1742 


3 


30 


3: .50 


1743 3: 51 


1743 


3 


75 


, 


1759— 5 : 491 


1760 


6 


39 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



273 



PERRYSTOWN [Sutton] : 

inventory .... 

PERSIA^ 

king of, victorious . 
PERSONAL Estate (see also Estate) : 

sold, by slierilf at vendue 
PEST-HOUSE : 

on account of small-pox . 



1773— 8 : 137 



1748— 4: 61 



PESTILENTIAL Disordeus : 

to i^revent ...... 

PESTILENTIAL Distemper (see also Small-Pox) 

spread of, to prevent 



PETERBOROUGH ["Petersburg^'] : 
correct name of "Wolfe" 
assessment of 2>i'ovince tax in 
inventory . 1767 — 7 : 161 

petition . . 1771— 8: 108 



1768— 
1771— 



1767- 
1768- 



PETERBOROUGH Slip [Temple, Sharon, etc.] 
inventory ..... 

PETERS, Obadiah: 

claim 

PETITION : 

right of, colonists claim . 
PETITIONS (see also Memorials) : 
of Rev. Hugh Adams 

of Dr. Samuel Adams 

1746— 3 : 435 

of Susanna Adams 1765 — 7 : 45 

of Benjamin Alverman 

of Capt. Jolm Alleoek 

of Joseph Allcock 1761 — 6 : 135 
1761— 6: 145 



1740- 
17 
1753- 
1765 



1761— 
1761— 



of Doctor Allen 

of .Jacob Ames 

of Stephen Ames 

of Amesbury . 

of Amherst 

of Amoskeege . 

of Andrew & Gillman 

of Henry Appleton and wife 

of Atkinson 

of Theodore Atkinson, etc. 

of Abiel Austin 

of Josei^li and Samuel Austin 

of Jost;ph Avary 

of Mrs. Mar^' Avis, executrix 

of Phinehas Bachelder 

of Benjamin Baker . 

of Christian Baker . 

of Joseph Baker 

of Henry Balciwiii 



1764— 
1774— 



1761 — 
1757— 
175-2- 
1766— 
1743— 
1734— 
1764— 
1747— 



1758— 5 : 347 



218 
109 

161 
219 



549 

80 

356 

: 47 



137 
148 



6 : 392 
8 : 194 



1753— 4:328 



6: 
.") : 
4: 
7 : 
3: 
2 : 
6: 
3: 



123 

226 
270 
75 
oo 
429 
392 
460 



of Sarah Ball and others (see also of sundry women 

below). 

of Charles Bantield 1761— 6 : 135 1761— 6 : 137 
1761— 6 : 145 1761— 6 : 148 

35 



i 

YEAJB. 


VOL. 


1773 


8 


1759 


6 


1773 


8 


1747 


3 


1761 


6 


1774 


8 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1761 


6 


1762 


6 


1773 


8 


1771 


8 


1768 


7 


1773 


8 


1747 


4 


1766 


7 


1737 


2 


1740 


2 


1746 


3 


1753 


4 


1766 


7 


1722 


1 


1757 


5 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1721 


1 


1764 


6 


1746 


3 


1744 


3 


1763 


6 


1748 


4 


1743 


3 


1764 


6 


1764 


6 


1774 


8 


1746 


3 


1753 


4 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1757 


5 


1753 


4 


1766 


7 


1743 


3 


1735 


2 


1764 


6 


1747 


3 


1744 


3 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 



PAGE. 



168 

28 

149 

498 
159 

165 

345 
375 

200 
278 
158 
110 

238 
158 

18 

59 

514 
550 
434 
357 
55 
339 
237 
144 
166 
280 
414 
402 
85 
317 
62 
59 
390 
393 
200 
307 
334 
121 
131 
285 
308 
85 
49 
443 
396 
461 

*228 
144 
166 



274 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





VKAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PETITIONS, — {amtinucd) : 






1 




of llu<;li 15:iiiticl(l .... 


. 


1716 


1 


165 


of John liuiifield {or Daufill) . 


. 


1753 


4 


329 




1753— 4:334 


1758 


5 


311 


1774— « : 1115 


1774— 8:203 


1774 


H 


212 


of Kobcrt HiirlxT 


. 


17(50 


6 


39 


of UL'iijainiii Biirkcr 


1745— 3:294 


1745 


.3 


295 


of (Ii'or^e liuiiR's .... 


1761— 6:121 


1761 


6 ; 


134 


of .J(isf[>li IJanu's 


• . 


1770 


8 


53 


of lianistcad . 1765 — 6 : l."!:! 


1770— 8: 47 


1770 


8 


77 


of Col. Samuel liarr 




1760 


6 


69 




17 Co— C: 70 


1764 


6 ; 


415 


of Mrs. Martha Langdon Barrel! 


1765— 7 : 43 


1765 


7 1 


4S 




1766— 7 : G81 


1766 


7 


69 


of Natlianiel Hant'll 


• 


1765 


6 


455 


of Nathaniel Banell, and others 


• 


1766 


7 


99 


of William Harrell . 


1766— 7: 81 


176*; 


7 


90 


of Moses Barrett, and others . 


• ■ • 


1745 


3 


300 


of Barrington .... 


1742— 2:632 


1742 


9 


634 


1742— 2:646 


17(il— 6: 127 


1774 


8 


189 


of Moses Barron 


1767— 7:161 


1768 


7 


1H!» 


of (iideon Bartlett .... 


1769— 7:323 


1709 


7 


327 


of Richard Bartlett . 


( ■ • • 


1763 


6 


332 


of Stephen Barton . 


1731— 2:354 


1731 


2 


.358 


of Abraham Batclielder . 


1755— 5 : 14 


1755 


6 


15 


of Batelielor, au«l others . 


. 


1742 


3 


37 


of Samuel Bathrick 1745— 3 : 165 


1745— 3:167 


1745 


3 


246 


of John Baulch 


, . . . 


1761 


6 


1.H7 


of Col. Jacob Bayley 


. 1758— 5 : 397 


1763 


6 


341 


1763 6:344 


1763— 6 : 345 


1765 


6 


446 


of George Bean 


. 1742— 2:651 


1742 


2 


652 


of James Bean, and others 


> • - 


1762 


6 


274 


1762— 6:279 


1763— 6:319 


1763 


6 


34H 


1763 — 6 : 355 


1763 6:356 


1763 


6 


365 


of Josiah ["John?"] Bean . 


. • • 


1759 


5 


4H3 




1759— 5 : 491 


1759 


5 


497 


of Joshua and William Bean . 




1769 


7 


309 




1769— 7:324 


1769 


7 


327 


of Bedford . 1756— 5 : 161 


1756— 5:171 


1756 


5 


178 


of John Belknap 


. 1758— 5 : 370 


1758 


6 


375 


' of Moses Belknap . 


• 


1769 


7 


323 


of William Bell 


. 


1758 


5 


3(57 


of Major Benjamin Bellows {see c 


tlso of Willard, 








etc., bcloir) .... 


. 


1763 


6 


353 


of Capt. Kphraim Berry . 


. 1765— 7 : 17 


1765 


7 


23 


of James llerry 


. 1766 7 : 102 


1767 


7 


110 


of Charles Biekt'ord 


- • • • 


1757 


5 


269 


of Kliakim Bickford 


. 


1757 


5 


808 


of Enns Bishop 


. 17.^,(;— 5: 179 


1756 


5 


181 


of Nathan Blak.' . 


. I7(;i— r, : KIG 


1761 


6 


♦ VJf> 


of Joseph Blanchard 


. 


1748 


4 


72 




174S — 4: 75 


1748 


4 


82 


1748— 4: 85 


1754— 4:397 


, 17,54 


4 


407 


1758— 5 : 394 


175S— 5: 396 


1762 


6 


270 


1762— 6:272 


17(;2— (;:294 


1762 


6 


295 


of Bl(»ody Point 




1714 


1 


80 


of Rev. John Blunt . 


• 


1740 


2 


.549 


1740— 2:550 


17fn 2:. ^51 


1742 


2 


631 


1742— 2:632 


1742— 2:634 


1742 


2 


(535 


1742— 3: 31 


1712— 3: 32 


1743 


3 


74 


of Mrs. Sarah Blunt 


. 1763— 6:344 


1763 


6 


345 



Province of JSTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



275 



PETITIONS, — {continued) : 

of Uea. Stephen Boardman . . 1774 — 

1774— 
of Patrick Bonner .... 1770 — 
of Henry and \VMlliam Bostwick . 1764 — 
of Bow {see also of Timothy Walker, below) 



of Peter Bowen 
of Joseph Boyce 
of Kobert Boyee 



175^ 
1757— 



1736— 
1742— 

1758— 
1761— 



6 

of Robert Boyce, and others 
of Arthur Boyd 

of Moses Boynton . 

1756- 5 
of James Brackenridge . 



422 
210 



458 
63i) 
336 
141 



189 



1772— 8:131 



of Ichabod Bracket 



of Mathew Bradford 
of Brentwood . 



1742— 
1743— 
1743— 
1743— 
1762— 



: 31 
49 
69 
73 

283 



of Richard Brewster 
of Samuel Brewster 
of Sarah Briant 
of Abigal Briard 
of Abel Brown 
of Edmund Brown 
of Elisha Brown 
of Ezekiel Brown 



1754— 
1766— 



1736— 
1757— 
1758— 
1761— 

1759— 
1759— 
1756— 
1758— 

1772— 
1773— 

176*4— 
1734— 

1742— 
1743— 
1743— 
1743— 
1763— 
1746— 
1770— 
1761— 
1742— 



8: 

6: 
2: 

3: 
3: 
3: 
3: 
6: 
3: 
8: 
6: 
2: 



1770— 
1756 — 
1756— 



of John Buss . 
of Mr. Bussell . 
of Ichabod Bussell 
of Joseph Butler 

of James Caldwell 
of Philip Call . 
of Annas Camell 



1745- 
1754- 



300 
4 : 432 



1773— 
1754— 
1754— 



202 
204 
339 
392 

466 
86 



:459 
308 
337 
142 

483 

:496 

120 

320 

121 
138 

394 
424 

37 

50 

70 

74 

325 

440 

2 

139 

639 



8: 9 
5:172 
5:178 

of John and Elijah Brown 

of Mrs. Mary Brown . . . 1755—4:540 

of Mr. Brown & Co. [see also John Calfe & Co., 2W 
793, 799, Provincial Papers, vol. 5] . 

of Samuel Brown 

of Stephen Brown, Jr. 

of Theophilus Brown 

of John Bryant .... 1768— 7 : 263 

of Walter Bryant .... 1765— 6 : 448 

of John Bunker 

of Martha Burleigh 

of Lieut. John Burley 

of John Burns . 



1761— 6:139 



136 

408 
435 



1766— 7 : 94 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1770 


8 


1764 


6 


1754 


4 


1757 


5 


1767 


7 


1770 


8 


1760 


6 


1737 


2 


1758 


5 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1765 


7 


1759 


5 


1759 


5 


1756 


5 


1758 


5 


1772 


8 


1772 


8 


1774 


8 


1764 


6 


1764 


6 


1734 


2 


1742 


3 


1742 


3 


1743 


3 


1743 


3 


1743 


3 


1764 


6 


1747 


4 


1770 


8 


1761 


6 


1742 


2 


1770 


8 


1754 


4 


1771 


8 


1756 


5 


1763 


6 


1761 


6 


1755 


4 


1720 


1 


1770 


8 


1759 


6 


1763 


6 


1768 


7 


1770 


8 


1758 


5 


1774 


8 


1770 


8 


1761 


6 


1718 


1 


1762 


6 


1773 


8 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1763 


6 


1754 


4 


1767 


7 



PAGE. 



203 

213 

1 

397 

401 

206 

142 

53 

40 

488 

327 

140 

147 

40 

491 

497 

133 

396 

120 

130 

170 

392 

407 

427 

30 

38 

64 

72 

75 

414 

23 

9 

219 

641 

46 

478 

65 

173 

348 

128 

573 

260 

14 

11 

371 

271 

6 

358 

193 

6 

141 

225 

274 

137 

411 

440 

360 

431 

138 



27(5 



Index to Journals of House of Kepresentatives, 



1763— 6 : 360 
of Ichabod Chestley 

1768— 7 : 214 
of Joseijh Chesley, etc. . 

1723— 1:38-4 

1734— 2:424 
of Paul Cliesley and wife 
of Thomas Cheslee . 
of Chicliester . 



of 
of 
of 
of 
of 



Claremont . 
Anna Clark . 
James Clark- 
John Ck'irk . 
Josiah Ckark 



17o9— .5:460 



of Valentine Clark 

of Jonas Clay . 

of James Clement 

of Cajjt. Job Clements and men 

of Peter Clements . 

Timothy Clements 

Israel Clifrord 

Joseph Cliirord . 



of 
of 
of 
of 



Abner Clough 



1717— 
174H— 
1774— 
1742— 
1744— 
17.')(i— 
1773— 



4: 29 
4: 63 
8 : 190 
2 : 630 
3: 80 
r, : 190 
8:134 



PETITIONS. — (continued) : 
of Samuel Campbull 

of Caiidi;i .... 

of Canterbury .... 

1742— 2:638 
17.^6— 5: 189 
1701— 6: 146 

of Canterbury Gore . 

of Jonathan Carlton 

of Moses Carlton 

of Theodore Carlton 

of Greenwood Carpenter 

of Carr «t 

of John Carr's widow, etc 

of Moses Carr and wife 

of Ezra Carter 

17oG— o:161 
1764— 6:413 

of Thomas Carter . 

of John Cartty 

of James Cate . 

of Cajit. William Cate 

of Moses Caverly, Jr. 

of Ejjhraim Chamberlain 

of Abiel Chandler 1771—8: 7o 

of John Chandler 

of Charlestown 

of Nathaniel Chase and wife 

of Chester . 1737— 2 : 488 
1740— 2:551 

1743— 3: 50 
1771— 8:109 

of Chester, northwest [Freetown] 



1744— 3 
1761— 6 



1771— 
n.'jG— 



1756— 
1737— 
1742— 
1748— 
1772— 
1763— 
1763— 
1768— 
176.H— 



1759— 5: 
1756— 5: 
1 756— 6 : 



1767— 
17.^>8— 



1756— 5 : 151 
17(;'.i— 7:323 

1770— 8: 45 



1756— 5 : 90 
17;-,6— 5:188 
1765— 6:434 
1767- 7 : 151 



109 
198 ♦ 



80 
90 



1755 — 5 : 45 



1723— 1 
17.34— 2 
1766— 7 

1760— 6: 

1770— 8: 



173 
491 
650 

: 71 
121 

:341 
361 
202 
221 

3.S.-) 

42s 

60 

96 

47 



476 
84 
92 



1759- 5:483 



149 
362 



1770— 8 : 



1 1 

, YEAK. 


VOL. 


1717 


4 


1748 


4 


1 1774 


8 


1 1742 


2 


1744 


3 


1761 


6 


1773 


8 


1765 


6 


1756 


5 


1769 


7 1 


1772 


8 


1771 


8 


1742 


3 


1768 


7 


1765 


7 


1756 




1764 


6 


1765 


6 


1768 


7 


1756 


5 


1723 


1 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1773 


8 


1756 


5 


1768 


7 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1737 


2 


1742 


3 


1769 


7 


1773 


8 


1763 


6 


1764 


6 


1768 


7 


! 1768 


7 


1721 


1 


1723 


1 


1734 


2 


1766 


7 


1767 


7 


1765 


6 


1771 


8 


1770 


7 


1763 


6 


1737 


2 


1759 


5 


1756 


5 


1764 


6 


1761 


6 


1759 


5 


1758 


5 


1748 


4 


1770 


8 


1754 


4 


1721 


1 


1718 


1 


1771 


8 



PAGE. 



30 

66 
194 
631 

81 
145 
137 
452 
156 
327 
123 

77 

34 
186 

12 

92 
412 
469 
192 
141 
377 
165 
202 
201 
202 
149 

92 
273 
172 
178 
511 

34 
325 
138 
355 
389 
210 
252 
269 
386 
429 

64 
155 
433 

77 
347 
318 
488 
478 

89 
402 
198 
493 
373 

74 

12 
403 
280 
215 
102 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



277 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PETITIONS, — {continued) : 










of Jeremiah Clough 


1754— 4:431 


1754 


4 


465 


of Zacheus Clough . 


. 1757— 5 : 303 


1758 


5 


313 


1758— 5 : 315 


1758— 5 : 323 


1758 


5 


324 


of James Cochran 1759 — 5 : 4G0 


1759- 5:467 


17 GO 


6 


40 


of Edmund Coffin 


. 


1770 


7 


.356 


of Eliphald and Tristram Coffin 


• • • • 


1719 


] 


236 




1726 2: 37 


1726 


2 


38 


of Joseph Coffin 


• • • • 


1747 


4 


22 


of John Colby .... 


• • 


1761 


6 


187 


of Spencer Coleby . 


. 


1747 


3 


469 


of Colcord & Light . 


. 


1743 


3 


57 


of Jonathan Combs 


. 


1753 


4 


344 


of sundry inhabitants on Connecticu 


t river 


1773 


8 


136 


of David Conner 


• • • ■ 


1763 


6 


341 


of Contoocook .... 


1747— 4: 21 


1747 


4 


22 


of John Walter Cook and others 


■ • • • 


1769 


7 


316 


of Coos grants 


. 1752— 4 : 265 


1752 


4 


266 


of Samuel Copp 


> > • 


1763 


6 


364 


of Copps & Frost . 




1760 


6 


97 


of Andrew Craige . 


1757— 5 : 242 


1757 


5 


243 


of Benjamin Cram . 


> • • 


1747 


3 


484 


of John Cram, etc. . 




1744 


3 


*228 


of Isaac Cummings . 


. 


1754 


4 


475 


of Josiah Cummings 




1747 


3 


480 


of Josiah Cmiimings and others 


• • > 


1747 


4 


29 




1747— 4: 30 


1748 


4 


63 


of Samuel Cummins 


1747_ 3 : 456 


1747 


3 


458 




1747— 3 : 460 


1747 


3 


470 


of Aaron Currier 


1770 7 : 340 


1770 


7 


357 


of Jonathan Currier, etc. 


. 


1770 


7 


339 




1770— 7:358 


1770 


8 


2 


of John Cutt and guardians 


. 


1712 


1 


5o 


of Samuel Cutt 


. 


1716 


1 


160 


of Samuel Cutts, etc. 


1766 7: 92 


1766 


7 


93 


of Ammi R. Cutter, etc. . 


• • ■ 


1774 


8 


169 


of Jonathan Dam 1768— 7 : 191 


1768— 7:215 


1768 


7 


216 


of Theojihilus Dame 


. 


1773 


8 


136 


of Elijihalet Daniels 


• • • 


1747 


3 


491 


1755 — 5 : 55 


1755— 5 : 57 


1756 


5 


63 


1766— 7: 54 


1766— 7: 96 


1768 


7 


192 


of Peletiah Daniels . 


1760— 6:110 


1761 


6 


148 


of James Davis 1754 — 4 : 421 


1755 — 4 : 548 


1755 


4 


549 


of Love Davis .... 


1766— 7 : 60 


1766 


7 


64 


of Capt. Samuel Davis 


• • ■ 


1763 


6 


355 


of Maj. Thomas Davis 


• ■ * • 


1745 


3 


235 




1745— 3 : 236 


1745 


3 


241 


1755 4 : 550 


1755 4:570 


1755 


4 


573 


of Timothy Davis 


• 


1716 


1 


184 


of Elkanah Day .... 


. 


1773 


8 


149 


of Rowland DePaibas 


1764— 6 : 392 


1764 


6 


397 


of John Dearborn and others . 


1742— 2:649 


1742 


2 


650 


of JoseiDh Dearborn 


• > • 


1740 


2 


552 




1740— 2 : 561 


1740 


2 


563 


of Levi Dearborn 


. 


1758 


5 . 


440 


of Deerfield 


1773— 8 : 140 


1773 


8 


148 


of Deertield, south .... 


. 


1774 


8 


192 


of Elijah Denbo .... 




1760 


6 


57 


of Ichabod Denbo .... 


1767— 7 : 136 


1767 


7 


146 


of Salathiel Denbow 


1730— 2 : 331 


1742 


2 


638 




1742— 2 : 641 


1745 


3 


269 



278 



Index to Journals ov TIousk of Kepresentatives, 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PETITIONS, — (ronlinncd) : 










ol' John I)('nt 




1757— 


5:215 


1757 


5 


285 






1759— 


6: IS 


1 759 


6 


24 


of Derrylit'ld . 




175.3— 


4 : 322 


1753 


4 


353 






1754— 


4 : 398 


1766 


7 


74 


of D:ivicl Doflf^o 




. , 


, , 


1765 


6 


433 


of Daiiic;! Doe, etc. . 




1747— 


3:511 


1747 


4 


45 






1747— 


4: 46 


1761 


6 


127 


of Nathaniel Doe 




. 1753— 


4:291 


1753 


4 


292 


of Niihohis Doe 


. 






1754 


4 


485 


of Kiclianl DoUof . 


. 


1715— 


i : 103 


1718 


1 


217 


of AVilliani Doiiiiils . 




, , 


, , 


1731 


2 


354 


of Dover .... 


, 


1722— 


1:343 


1722 


1 


344 


1722— 


1 : ;;45 


1723— 


1 : 394 


175G 


5 


173 


17G0— 


6: 35 


1765— 


6:443 


1770 


8 


41 


1770— 


8: 42 


1771— 


8: 57 


1771 


8 


58 


1771— 


8: 69 


1772— 


8:123 


1772 


8 


127 


of Dover, northeast end . 




1729 


2 : 145 


1729 


2 


149 


1729— 


2: 155 


1729— 


2: IGG 


1729 


2 


171 


of Dover, Avest end . 


, 


, , 


, , 


1743 


3 


48 


1743— 


3: G9 


1743 


3: 70 


1744 


3 


106 


1754— 


4 : 404 


1754— 4 : 405 


1754 


4 


449 


of Al)rani Dow 




17G1— 


6:142 


1761 


6 


147 


of Rieliard Downing 


, 




, , 


1764 


6 


405 


of Dracut 






, 


1746 


3 


426 


of Jo.se])h Drew 




1744— 


3: 80 


1744 


3 


85 


of 'J'honias Drew 






. 


1744 


3 


87 


of Samuel Drown . 




, 


. 


1747 


3 


*485 


of Bill Dudley . 




. 


. 


1760 


6 


97 


of James Dudley 




17G1 — 


6:123 


1761 


6 


136 


of Capt. John Dudley 




1747— 


3 : 456 


1747 


3 


460 






177:3— 


8 : 148 


1774 


8 


166 


of George Duncan, etc. . 




173G— 


2 : 458 


1736 


2 


459 


of Dunstable . 


, 


. 


, , 


1744 


3 


*228 


1747— 


4: 28 


1748— 


4: 62 


1748 


4 


72 


1748 


4: 75 


1748 


4: 82 


1756 


5 


179 


1757— 


5:216 


1757 — 


5:287 


1762 


6 


240 


17fi2— 


6 : 241 


1762— 


6 : 243 


1762 


6 


256 


17G2— 


G : 257 


1763— 


6 : 314 


1764 


6 


413 


of Dunstable, west jjarlsh 






. 


1744 


3 


•228 


of Dunstal)le, northwest part . 


. 


. 


1763 


6 


344 


f' of Durham, ete. 


, 


. 


, 


1743 


3 


69 


1755 — 


5: 54 


1757— 


5 : 300 


1758 


5 


351 


1758 


5 : 365 


1758— 


5 : 386 


1762 


6 


247 


17G5— 


7: 45 


17GG— 


7: 55 


1766 


7 


92 


17G6— 


7: 94 


17G8— 


7:192 


1768 


7 


214 


of Aliigail Dwinell . 




1759— 


6: G 


1759 


6 


7 


of Daniel Kades 






. 


1753 


4 


322 


of East Kingston 


, 


, 


. 


1747 


3 


459 


of Capt. El)enczer Eastmai 


1 


1729- 


2 : 147 


1747 


3 


454 






1747— 


3 : 503 


1748 


4 


85 


of Philli]) Eastman . 




1764— 


6 : 392 


1764 


6 


396 


of Caiit. Rieliard Eastman 








1748 


4 


62 


of Benjamin and Sarah Eaton . 


17G0— 


6:116 


1761 


6 


123 


of Zaciiariah Edi:('rly 




. 


. 


1755 


4 


516 


of Benjamin Edwards 




1754— 


4:474 


1 755 


4 


496 


of David Elliot 175:)— 


4:349 


1753— 


4 : 350 


1753 


4 


357 


of David and Richard Elliot 


1747— 


3 : 474 


1747 


3 


476 


of Sanmi'l Elliot 




17Gl«- 


6: 162 


17G1 


6 


163 






1767- 


7 : 137 


17G7 


7 


138 


of Rev. Daniel Emerson . 


• • 


1756— 


6: 93 


1756 


6 


141 



Province of Kew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



279 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PETITIONS, — {continued) : 












of Edward Emerson 


, , 


> • ■ > 


1765 


6 


467 


of INIary Emerson and otb 


ers 




• • • . 


1734 


2 


408 


of Phillip Emerson and a\ 


ife 




• • • • 


1762 


6 


*262 


of Solomon Emerson 






. 1755— 4:516 


1755 


4 


243 


of Antliony Emery . 






. 1757— 5:242 


1757 


5 


243 


of Epping 






1747— 3:456 


1747 


3 


458 






1747— 3 : 471 


1748 


4 


61 


of Epsom 




• > • . 


1743 


3 


71 


1744- 


- 3: 84 


1744— 3: 85 


1762 


6 


294 


1762- 


- 6 : 296 


1764— 6 : 414 


1765 


6 


434 


of Exeter . 1744- 


- 3: 99 


1744— 3:104 


1744 


3 


110 


1744- 


- 3:111 


1755— 5: 50 


1755 


5 


54 


of Exeter, north [afterwards Newmarket, which see 








bchnv'] 


. 


1727— 2: 94 


1737 


2 


499 


of Exeter, south 1742- 


- 2:616 


1742— 2 : 623 


1742 


2 


625 


1742- 


- 2 : 638 


1742— 2 : 649 


1742 


2 


651 


for bridge over Exeter river 


• • • • 


1746 


3 


432 






1746— 3 : 433 


1747 


3 


467 


1747- 


- 3:469 


1766— 7 : 57 


1766 


7 


77 


of Capt. John Eyers [Ayers ?] 


. 1742— 2:625 


1742 


3 


38 






1742— 3: 43 


1743 


3 


65 


of Samuel Fifield 


. 


1755— 4:499 


1760 


6 


90 


of John Flagg 






, , , , 


1747 


3 


491 


of John Flood . 






• . . 


1740 


2 


550 


of Richard Flood 






• . . . 


1744 


3 


*228 


of Daniel Fogg 






• • . 


1744 


3 


99 


of Rev. Jeremiah Fogg 






• • . 


1760 


6 


116 


of Stephen Fogg 






• ■ > • 


1760 


6 


97 


of Joseph Follett , 






. 


1768 


7 


265 


of Anna Folsam 






• • > . 


1743 


3 


57 


of Jonathan Folsam 






• • • • 


1766 


5 


107 






1756— 5 : 177 


1756 


5 


178 


of Samuel Folsam 1712- 


- 1: 40 


1772— 8 : 116 


1772 


8 


117 


of William Forsaith 


, 


• • - • 


1761 


6 


136 


of Mrs. Ann Foss 


, 


1767— 7:158 


1767 


7 


159 


1767- 


- 7 : 162 


1767— 7 : 163 


1767 


7 


164 


of Zachariah Foss . 


, 


1767— 7 : 164 


1772 


8 


129 


of Abiel Foster 1774— 


-8:167 


1774— 8:190* 


1774 


8 


195 


of Moses Foster 


, 


• 


1747 


3 


467 


of Daniel Fowle 


, 


• • • 


1774 


8 


212 


of Messrs. Fowle 


^ 


• ■ ■ 


1773 


8 


137 


of Philip Fowler 1768- 


- 7 : 190 


1768— 7:209 


1768 


7 


221 


1768- 


- 7 : 239 


1768— 7 : 247 


1768 


7 


248 


1768- 


- 7 : 252 


1768— 7:253 


1768 


7 


255 


of Edward Fox 


, 


• ■ • 


1758 


5 


368 


of Franeestown 1773— 


- 8 : 137 


1773— 8 : 148 


1774 


8 


166 


of Abraham French 


, , 


• • • 


1760 


G 


51 


of Jolin French 






• • . 


1711 


1 


4 


of Josi'pli Frencli 






1748 4: 62 


1748 


4 


72 


of Moses Frcncli 


, 




■ ■ • 


1770 


8 


46 


of Samuel French . 






. 


1763 


6 


321 


of William French . 






1757— 5 : 222 


1757 


5 


225 


of A\'illi;ini Frcncli and ot 


lers . 




1746— 3:410 


1747 


3 


446 


from the frontiers 






. 


1744 




100 


of George Frost 


, 




1768— 7:235 


1768 


7 


242 


of Capt. John Frost 






• • • 


1722 


1 


353 


of Frost and other 


s 




■ • ■ 


1745 


3 


294 


of Col. John (iage . 


, 




1765— 6 : 446 


1773 


8 


155 


of Cols. Gage, Wallingfoi 


rd, and otl 


lers . 


1768 


7 


213 


of Phebe Gage 






. 


1758 


5 


372 



280 



Index tu Julknals uf House of llEruESENTATivES, 





YBAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PETITIONS, — {continued) : 












of Joliii (Jarliuitl .... 


1770— 


8: 2 


1770 


8 


9 


of <;('iifial as.Sfiiiltly to <^()Vi'riior and 


council 


, 


1764 


6 


422 


of Paul (Jerrisli . . 




, , 


1756 


5 


172 


of ('apt. Sauuu'l (uTrisli . 


. 


, 


1757 


5 


249 


17(il— 6 : 201 


1761— 


6 : 203 


1763 


6 


352 


1763 6 : 372 


1765— 


7: .S 


1765 


7 


12 


1705— 7: 22 


1765— 


7: 23 


176H 


7 


271 


1769— 7:290 


1769— 


7:302 


1769 


7 


304 


of Ziljuloii (iiddiii;,'^ .... 


, 


, , 


1754 


4 


466 


of Andrew (iiliiian and otlicrs . 


, 


, , 


1742 


2 


651 


of Antipas Gilnian and others . 


, 


, 


1753 


4 


331 




1753— 


4 : 332 


1753 


4 


357 


1753— 4:358 


176;;— 


6 : 370 


1764 


6 


390 


of Antipas and Jonathan (Jilnian 


, 




1763 


6 


370 


of lienjaniiii (lilnian, etc. 


, 


, 


1753 


4 


330 




1754— 


4 : 377 


1754 


4 


393 


of C'apt. Israel (Jilman . 


1754— 


4:485 


1755 


4 


532 


of Major Julin (iilnian 


1757— 


5 : 291 


1761 


6 


139 


of Joshua (iilnian .... 






1747 


3 


484 


of Peter Gilman .... 


1755— 


4 : 540 


1755 


4 


547 


1755— 4 : 566 


1755 — 


5: 11 


1755 


5 


27 


of Dr. Robert CJilman 


1745— 


3 : 294 


1746 


3 


39H 


of Samuel Cilnian .... 




, 


1755 


4 


540 


1755— 4:547 


1755— 


4:566 


1755 


5 


11 


1755— 5 : 23 


176S— 


7:192 


1768 


7 


197 


of Samuel and Nicholas Gilman 


1742— 


2:649 


1742 


2 


650 


of (Jilmanton . 1760—6:112 


1761— 


6:139 


1766 


7 


86 


of James Gilmore .... 


1766— 


7: 77 


1766 


7 


89 


1771— 8: 59 


1771— 


S: 63 


1771 


8 


99 


of James Gilmore and wife 


1768— 


7:211 


1768 


7 


215 


of Gilsum ..... 


1768— 


7:271 


176.H 


7 


272 


of BfMJamin Glaizer 




, 


175s 


5 


37;i 


of William (Jlcden .... 


. 


, 


1757 


5 


236 


of Jose})!! Godfrey .... 


. 


, 


1765 


6 


451 


of John Gode 


1747— 


3 : 460 


174M 


4 


74 


1753— 4 : 362 


1757 — 


5 : 234 


1757 


5 


24.S 


1758— 5 : 389 


1758— 


: 390 


1760 


6 


112 


of John Gotte and others 


1761— 


6 : 140 


1761 


6 


143 




1761 — 


6 :215 


1766 


7 


91 


of John Gofte, Jr 


. 


, 


1734 


2 


42M 


1734— 2:429 


1735— 


2:444 


1735 


2 


445 


1737— 2:48S 


1737— 


2:489 


1737 


2 


490 


of Goft'stowu ..... 


1771— 


8:108 


1772 


8 


121 




1772— 


8:126 


1772 


8 


127 


of Gosj.ort . 1742—2:633 


1742— 


3 : 228 * 


1747 


3 


467 


1747— 3:471 


1760— 


6: 35 


1761 


6 


16« 


17(;r,_ 7 : 81 


1766— 


7: 88 


1767 


7 


141 


of John Gove ..... 


17;14— 


2 : 427 


1734 


2 


428 


of Samuel Graves 1731— 2:341 


1734- 


2:427 


1742 


2 


6;m 


of Peter Greeley .... 






1720 


1 


295 


of Pradiniry Green .... 






1747 


3 


484 


of Isaac Green ..... 


\72\— 


1 : 270 


1721 


1 


;50« 




1721 — 


1:317 


1722 


1 


33K 


of Nathan Green 175(i — 5:172 


1756- 


5:174 


1770 


8 


32 


1771— «: 91 


1771 — 


8:103 


1772 


8 


121 


of Greenland . 1714— 1 : 80 


1725— 


2: 24 


1732 


2 


36.S 


1763 6:315 


176;;— 


6 : 316 


1763 


6 


31.S 


1763— 6:319 


176-3_ 


6:320 


1763 


6 


333 


of Maj. Stejdieu Greenleaf 


1745— 


3 : 165 


1745 


3 


250 




1747— 


3 : 492 


1748 


4 


81 



Pkovince of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



281 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PETITIONS, — {continued) : 










of Capt, Daniel Greenough 


• • • > 


1722 


1 


338 




1722— 1:344 


1722 


1 


353 


of David Gregg, etc. 


. 1754— 4 : 420 


1754 


4 


437 


of Capt. James and Samuel Gregg 


. 1745— 3 : 294 


1745 


3 


295 


of Cajjt. John Gregg 


• < • > 


1765 


7 


31 


of Capt. William Gregg . 


. 1765— 7 : 5 


1765 


7 


12 


of John Griffith ifot)— 5 : 498 


1759— 6: 29 


1759 


6 


30 


of Moses Grimes 1759— 5 : 483 


1759— 5:491 


1759 


5 


496 


of Benjamin Hadley 


. 1759— 5 : 484 


1759 


5 


491 


of Samuel Haines 


• • ■ • 


1770 


7 


356 


of Abigail Hale 


. 


1757 


5 


308 


of John and Henr}' Hale . 


1766— 7: 53 


1766 


7 


75 


1766— 7: 86 


1766— 7:103 


1766 


7 


108 


of Nathan Hale 


1754— 4:466 


1754 


4 


467 


of Samuel Hale 1772— 8 : 126 


1772— 8:129 


1774 


8 


169 


of John Hall . 1743 3 : 58 


1743— 3: 73 


1764 


6 


413 


of Joseph Hall .... 


1759— 5 : 494 


1759 


5 


495 




1761— 6:202 


1761 


6 


206 


of Samuel Hall 


• • ■ 


1769 


7 


320 


of Thomas Haley 


• ■ • 


1760 


6 


40 


of Daniel Ham 


• 


1765 


6 


436 


of Hampstead .... 


• • • 


1768 


7 


276 


of Hampton .... 


. 


1723 


1 


399 


1724— 2: 4 


1724— 2: 8 


1737 


2 


499 


1737— 2:500 


1742— 3: 34 


1758 


5 


400 


of Hampton Falls . 


. 


1712 


1 


52 


1726 2: 34 


1726— 2: 52 


1737 


2 


488 


1742— 2:652 


1765— 7 : 44 


1766 


7 


52 


1766 7: 74 


1766— 7 : 85 


1766 


7 


95 


1767— 7 : 159 


1768— 7 : 188 


1770 


8 


4 


1770— 8 : 15 


1773 8 : 146 


1773 


8 


148 


of Hampton Falls, west end . 


1732— 2:366 


1733 


2 


381 




1735 2 : 443 


1736 


2 


460 


in behalf of Thcmias Hancock 


• • • 


1761 


6 


166 




1761— 6 : 186 


1761 


6 


200 


of Elizabeth Hanson 


1734 2 : 424 


1734 


2 


428 


of Isaac Hanson 1747 — 3 : 470 


1757— 5 : 226 


1757 


5 


285 


of Maul and Jonathan Hanson 


1742— 2:640 


1742 


2 


642 


of William Hanson .... 


• ■ • 


1763 


6 


364 


of Theophilus Hardy 


• • • 


1774 


8 


167 




1774_ 8 : 169 


1774 


8 


170 


of Capt. Samuel Hart {sec also Ahn 


9ry, Robert) 


1734 


2 


428 




1734— 2:429 


1736 


2 


462 




1737— 2:479 


1737 


2 


491 


of Nicholas Hartford 


1747— 3:516 


1747 


3 


520 




1759— 5:494 


1759 


5 


497 


of John and Richard Harvey . 


1759— 6 : 18 


1759 


6 


20 


1759— 6: 31 


1760 6: 43 


1760 


6 


52 


1760— 6: 62 


1760— 6: 63 


1760 


6 


65 


of Thomas Hays .... 


• 


1761 


6 


201 


of Capt. John Hazen 


1763 6 : 341 


1763 


6 


342 




1763— 6 : 344 


1763 


6 


345 


of Richard Hazzen .... 


• • 


1754 


4 


393 


of Richard Hazzen, Jr. . 


• • • 


1729 


2 


147 


of Sarah Hazzen, etc. 


1755— 4:540 


1755 


5 


6 




1755 5: 10 


1755 


5 


23 


of Samuel Heard 1756 — 5 : 191 


1757— 5:214 


1769 


7 


332 


of Bartholomew Heath 


• • • 


1756 





119 


of Caleb Heath .... 


• 


1762 


6 


273 


of Joseph Hicks .... 


• • » 


1773 


8 


351 



36 



282 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



17(;s_ 7:203 



2: 
3: 



(i2o 
53 



PP:TITI0NS, — {mnttnucd) 

of Mrs. I licks . 

of Cliarlcs lli;,rl,t 

of IK'iiry Hill . 

of Jonathan Hill 

of William Hill 

of John Hills . 

of nillsborou<rli 

of llillsborouf!^ii county . 

of C'apt. Kichanl Hilton . 
1712— 
1713— 

of Hilton's Point i)ropnctors 

of Jojni Hinckfs 

of JSanuK'l Ilinks 

of Hinsdale and others 

of Ebenezer Hinsdale 



of John Hoafi^ .... 

of Samuel Hobart . 

of Benjamin, Jr., and Mary Hobbs 

of Janies Hodj^es 1752— 4 : 270 

of John Hogo; 

of Hoi den, Mass. 

of Hollis . . 1717 

of Benjamin Holt 1745 

of Edward Hopkins 

of Hopkinton . 



3: 
3; 



45f) 
177 



of Mrs. Hannah Horney 

of Mr. House . 

of Joseph Hoyt 

of Samuel Hid)l)ard 

of Richard Hull 

of ^Villiam Humphrey 

of John Hunter 

of Samuel Huntoon 



1701— (J: 121 



1770— 
1774— 

1742— 
1743— 



1744— 

1756— 

1765— 
1758— 
1753— 
1 757 — 

1747— 
1745— 

176.S— 
1772— 
1760— 



of William Jenkins . 

of Dca. Francis Jenncs 
of Richard Jenness, 3d 

of Ebenezer Johnson 



1761- 
1761- 

1767- 

1768— 

1759— 



of George Huntress 

of John llurd (see Memorials) 

of Thomas Hutchinson (see Memorials) 

1746— 
of Indians 1724— 2: 5 1744— 

of Air. Ingraham .... 1742 — 
of George Jack man 
of George Jackman, Jr. . 
of Daniel Jackson .... 1744 — 
of Ebenezer Jackson's widow . . 1746 — 
of Joseph Jackson . 
of W^illiam Jameson, etc. 
of I'^benezer Ja<iuith 
of James Jetl'ry 
of Benjamin Jenkins 



176(1— 
1761- 



5 

168 

30 
54 



86 

64 

49 
385 
305 
290 

458 
228 

187 

:120 

70 



224 

:173 

150 
190 
494 



426 

77 

650 



99 
427 



64 

123 



6 
1764— 6 : 422 



1770— 
1770— 



347 
8 



1756— 5 : 89 



VKAU. 


vol.. 


1773 


8 


1747 


3 


1761 


6 


1765 


7 


1737 


2 


1744 


3 


1771 


8 


1774 


8 


1723 


1 


1743 


3 


1743 


3 


1731 


2 


1712 


1 


1720 


1 


1744 


3 


1745 


3 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1765 


7 


1758 


6 


1753 


4 


1757 


5 


1761 


6 


1757 


5 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1768 


7 


1772 


8 


1760 


6 


1773 


8 


1768 


7 


1761 


6 


1762 


6 


1761 


6 


1773 


8 


1767 


7 


1768 


7 


1759 


5 


1746 


3 


1744 


3 


1742 


2 


1768 


7 


1767 


7 


1745 


3 


1747 


3 


1761 


6 


1747 


3 


1773 


8 


1742 


2 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


1764 


6 


1765 


7 


1764 


6 


1770 


7 


1770 


8 


1756 


6 


1756 


5 



I'AGE. 



136 

500 
214 

45 

48S 

'22H 

57 
169 
4<M) 

49 

55 
341 

39 
246 

87 
»228 

66 

92 

50 
388 
306 
299 
144 
287 
'228 
305 
214 
123 

86 
138 
261 
202 
274 
199 
148 
152 
205 
498 



437 

80 

652 

192 

151 

249 

484 

140 

446 

147 

646 

77 

130 

412 

12 

405 

359 

59 

84 

92 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



283 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PETITIONS, — {continued) : 












of James Johnson 1754 — 4 : 478 


1754— 


4:481 


1757 


5 


302 


of John Johnson 


. 


, , 


1761 


6 


144 


of John and JVIartha Johnson . 


, 


, , 


1761 


6 


168 


of Michael Johnson 


. 


, , 


1758 


5 


373 


of Obadiah Johnson 


1761— 


6:142 


1761 


6 


147 


of Susannah Johnson 


, 


, , 


1760 


6 


66 




1760 


6: 68 


1760 


6 


69 


of Benjamin Jones . 


1760— 


6:103 


1760 


6 


109 


of Daniel Jones 


1766— 


7: 90 


1768 


7 


188 


of judges of probate 


1763 


6:314 


1773 


8 


138 


of Josiah Judkins 


. 1760 


6: 35 


1760 


6 


97 


of James Kelley 1759— 5 : 460 


1759— 


5:467 


1759 


5 


468 


of Joseph Kelley 


. 


, 


1774 


8 


168 


of James Kelsey 


1767— 


7:133 


1767 


7 


134 


of Benjamin Kemming . 


. 


, , 


1746 


3 


323 


of Nathan Kendall ... 


. 


. 


1753 


4 


362 


in behalf of Thomas Kennedy . 


, , 


. 


1762 


6 


270 


of Job Kenniston 1761— 6 : 123 


1761— 


6:136 


1762 


6 


274 


1762— 6 : 279 


1762— 


6:283 


1762 


6 


294 


1762— 6 : 303 


1763 


6:360 


1763 


6 


365 


of Samuel Kenniston 


, 


, , 


1746 


3 


323 


of John Kidder 


1759— 


5:484 


1759 


6 


491 


of Benjamin Kimball 


, 


, 


1757 


5 


290 




1757— 


5:299 


1760 


6 


97 


of Caleb and John Kimball 


, 




1746 


3 


410 


of Samuel Kimball 1765 — 7 : 49 


1765— 


7: 50 


1766 


7 


52 


1766— 7 : Q'2 


1766— 


7: 76 


1766 


7 


91 


to the king 


1745 


3:255 


1746 


3 


309 




1770— 


7:358 


1775 


8 


222 


of George King 




, , 


1771 


8 


86 


of John King . 1758 5 : 426 


1758 


5:432 


1772 


8 


117 


of William King, etc. (see also Downing, Jose])h) . 


1740 


2 


565 




1740— 


2 : 568 


1740 


2 


569 


of Kingston .... 




, , 


1712 


1 


43 


1718— 1:218 


1720— 


1:251 


1727 


2 


82 


1740— 2:553 


1743— 


3: 50 


1746 


3 


432 


1746— 3 : 440 


1747— 


3:447 


1755 


4 


540 


1755— 4:566 


1755 


4:567 


1760 


6 


44 


1760 6: 81 


1760— 


6: 84 


1761 


6 


196 


of Kingston, east end 


1732— 


2:366 


1733 


2 


381 


1738— 2:532 


1738 


2:533 


1738 


2 


539 


of John Knight 


, 


, , 


1729 


2 


156 


of John Knight, Jr. 


1763— 


6 


374 


1763 


G 


377 




1764— 


6 


405 


1765 


6 


437 


of Ebenezer Knowlton 


1760 


6 


109 


1770 


7 


346 


of Ebenezer Knowlton and others 


1770— 


8 


2 


1770 


8 


5 




1770 


8 


9 


1770 


8 


50 


of Francis Knowlton 


1761— 


6 


124 


1761 


6 


141 


of John Kyle .... 


, , 


, , 


1754 


4 


420 


of Ruth Labaree 


, , 


, , 


1754 


4 


478 


of Capt. Jonathan Ladd . 


, 


, , 


1738 


2 


533 




1738 


2:540 


1740 


2 


550 


of Trueworthy Ladd 


, , 


, , 


1765 


7 


21 


of Tobias Lakeman . 


1760— 


6: 61 


1760 


6 


64 


of Dr. Niel Lamoiit . 


, , 


^ , 


1761 


6 


159 


of Benjamin Lamprey and others 


, 


, ^ 


1728 


2 


138 


of Dr. John Lampson 


. 


, , 


1759 


5 


483 




1759— 


5 : 491 


1759 


5 


496 


of Lancaster .... 


1761— 


6:170 


1761 


6 


221 


of John Lane .... 


. 


• 


• 


1761 


G 


203 



284 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



" - ■ 


YKAK. 


VOL. 


PACK. 


PETITIONS.— Cco7j<m«crf) : 














of .Josliua Lane 




, 


, , 


1765 


6 


451 


of Lan^rilon . 




1744— 


3: 85 


1744 


3 


99 


of Joseph Lanj^iiiade 




1756— 


5:193 


1756 


5 


194 


of Thomas Laiinen . 




, 


, , 


1764 


6 


417 


of David Lawrence . 




, 


, , 


1763 


6 


.348 


of James Leacli 




, 


, , 


1753 


4 


323 


of Leare 




1744— 


3: 85 


1744 


3 


96 


of Benjamin Leavitt 




, 


, , 


1719 


1 


236 


of Cai)t. Samuel Leavett . 




, 


, 


1767 


7 


123 


of Samuel Leavett and oth< 


2rs . 


, 


, , 


1765 


7 


39 


of Thomas Levit 




. 


, , 


1723 


1 


398 


of Levit 




, 




1742 


3 


30 


of Benjamin Lewis . 




1745— 


3:275 


1746 


3 


306 


of Abraham Lihby . 




1747— 


3:513 


1747 


4 


45 


of James Liggett 




1757— 


5:228 


1757 


5 


251 


of Litchfield . 




. 


. 


1744 


3 


*228 


of Moses Little 






^ , 


1770 


8 


49 


of ^latthew Livermnre 




174S— 


4: 86 


1748 


4 


96 


of Samuel Livermore 




1770 


8: 49 


1772 


8 


121 






1773— 8 : 148 


1773 


8 


163 


of Peter Livins 




, 


, , 


1774 


8 


166 


of Caj)t. Joseph Lock 






, , 


1742 


3 


30 






1742— 


3: 36 


1745 


3 


224 


1745— 


3 : 242 


1745— 


3 : 265 


1745 


3 


294 


of John Loggan 


, 




, , 


1760 


6 


60 


of Londonderry 


. 


1726 


2: 35 


1728 


2 


119 


1728 


2 : 134 


1728— 


2 : 136 


1730 


2 


311 


1730— 


2:313 


1736— 


2:462 


1736 


2 


477 


17;?7— 


2 : 492 


1742— 


2:616 


1742 


2 


622 


1742— 


2:625 


1742— 


2:641 


1744 


3 


107 


1742— 


3 : 108 


1756— 


5: 69 


1756 


5 


89 


175.S— 5:331 


1758— 


5:332 


1760 


6 


40 


17(50— 


6: 97 


1760 


6: 99 


1768 


7 


261 


1768— 


7:269 


1769— 


7 : 325 


1771 


8 


107 


1772— 


8:114 


1774— 


8:194 


1774 


8 


200 


of LondondeiT)', religious 


^ociety 


, 


, , 


1740 


2 


546 






1740— 


2 : 553 


1740 


2 


558 


1740 


2:565 


1740— 


2:568 


1740 


2 


569 


of Londonderry, west parish . 




, , 


1774 


8 


166 


f' of Jonathan Longfellow . 


. 




. 


1753 


4 


332 






1753 


4 : 354 


1754 


4 


377 


of many, for men to go in 


expeditio 


n against Louis- 








burg .... 


. 




• ■ 


1744 


3 


♦228 


of sundr}' persons, for fivt 


! hundre 


[1 men to Louis- 








l)urg .... 


, 




, . 


1745 


3 


147 


of oflicers at Louisburg . 


• 




• 


1745 


3 


269 


of Louisburg volunteers . 


^ 


, , 


. 


1746 


3 


402 


of Jonathan Lovewell, etc. 


. 


, , 


, , 


1748 


4 


72 






1753— 


4 : 352 


1754 


4 


377 


1754— 


4 : 397 


1754— 


4:402 


1754 


4 


407 


of Zacheus Lovewell 




1758— 


5:394 


1758 


5 


396 


of Ebenezer Lvon . 




. 


, ^ 


1763 


6 


335 


of John McDuiTi-e . 




. 


. 


1771 


8 


59 


of Alexander Mackgregor} 




, 


, , 


1743 


3 


52 






1743 


3: 54 


1743 


3 


73 


of David McGregore 




176.S— 


7:188 


1770 


8 


11 


of James McIIard . 




1768— 


7:187 


1770 


8 


12 


of John McKeen 




, , 


. 


1762 


6 


239 


of Mrs. Mackress 




1743 


3: 71 


1743 


3 


74 


of Thomas McLucas 




1763— 


6 : 341 


1763 


6 


343 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



285 





TEAR. 


1 

VOL. 


PAGE. 


PETITIONS, — {contimied) : 










of Thomas McMastcr 


1760 6: 62 


1760 


6 


96 


of John Macmath .... 


... 


1747 


3 


500 


of Andrew McIMillan 


1765— 6 : 447 


1774 


8 


167 


of Daniel McMurjihy 


. . • 


1757 


5 


232 


of Madbuiy [Dover, west] 


175.5— 4 : 510 


1755 


1 4 


522 


1755 4 : 529 


1755 4 : 548 


1755 


I 4 


566 


1768— 7 : 187 


1768 7 : 203 


1768 


7 


216 


of Nathaniel Malloon 


. 


1762 


6 


256 


of Clement March 1748— 4 : 75 


1748— 4: 82 


1754 


4 


466 


of James March 1759 — 5 : 477 


1759— 5:491 


1759 


^ 


492 


of Stej^hen March .... 


• • • 


1754 


4 


484 


1754— 4:485 


1755 4 : 496 


1755 


4 


504 


1756— 5 : 72 


1756— 5 : 73 


1756 


5 


105 


of John Marcy .... 


1773 8 : 152 


1773 


8 


155 


of James Marden .... 


. 


1754 


4 


466 


of Thomas Marden, etc. . 


• • * 


1747 


3 


513 




1766— 7: 86 


1767 


7 


163 


of Patrick Markham 


1757— 5 : 299 


1758 


5 


390 


1758— 5:453 


1759 5 : 459 


1759 


5 


461 


of Marlborough .... 


. 


1761 


6 


221 


of Hezekiah Marsh .... 


• • • 


1757 


5 


269 


of John Marsh .... 


1747— 3 : 503 


1748 


4 


64 


of Marston .... 


• . a 


1760 


6 


94 


of Mary Marston .... 


. 


1746 


3 


323 


of Mary and Philip S. Marston 


• • • 


1768 


7 


193 


of Sarah and Simon Marston . 


« • • 


1761 


6 


129 


of Robert Mason .... 


1760— 6: 46 


1760 


6 


57 


of Sarah Mason .... 


, , 


1772 


8 


126 


of Francis Mathes and others 


... 


1716 


1 


166 




1740— 2:560 


1740 


2 


563 


of Benjamin Mathes 


. 


1745 


3 


245 


of Daniel Meader 1744— 3 : 80 


1744— 3:101 


1744 


3 


105 


1744— 3 : 107 


1744— 3:110 


1745 


3 


165 


1745— 3 : 226 


1745— 3 : 231 


1745 


3 


233 


1745— 3 : 266 


1745— 3 : 288 


1745 


3 


301 


of John INIeader .... 


1736— 2:460 


1736 


2 


462 


of John ]Melony .... 


• • • 


1774 


8 


167 


of Josiah Melvin .... 


. 


1766 


7 


53 


of Paul Mendell .... 


• ■ • 


1756 


5 


189 


of Daniel Merrill .... 


1766— 7 : 53 


1773 


8 


147 


of Nathaniel Merrill 


1764— 6:421 


1765 


6 


435 


of Merrimack 


. 


1754 


4 


439 


1754 4 : 440 


1754— 4 : 477 


1762 


6 


256 


of Merrimack river inhabitants 


1761— 6:197 


1761 


6 


215 


of sundry officers of Colonel Meserve's reD:iment . 


1757 


5 


285 


of Daniel Meserve .... 


. 


1766 


7 


77 


1766— 7 : 89 


1768— 7 : 211 


1768 


7 


215 


of George Meserve 1766— 7 : 81 


1766— 7 : 87 


1766 


7 


95 


of Col. Nathaniel Meservey . 


• • • 


1747 


3 


491 


of Josiah IMiles 1760 6 : 71 


1761— 6 : 124 


1761 


6 


146 


of William Miles .... 


. 


1754 


4 


465 


of Ebenezer, Charles, and Elizabeth ^Miller . 


1763 


6 


378 


of Thomas Millet, etc. 


• . • 


1731 


2 


341 


1757— 5 : 269 


1757— 5 : 270 


1757 


5 


282 


1757— 5 : 287 


1757— 5 : 289 


1757 


5 


290 


1758— 5 : 419 


1759— 5:478 


1759 


5 


479 


of Eligood Mills 1771—8: 61 


1771— 8: 62 


1771 


8 


65 


of John Mills 


. 


1753 


4 


323 


of Luke Mills, and others 


. 


1754 


4 


398 


of AnnaMitchel 1768— 7:270 


1769— 7 : 282 


1769 


7 


295 



286 



Index to Journals of House of Kepresentatives, 



PETITIONS, — (conlinned) : 

of (;c()rgi' ^Miti'Iiell's widow 

of Monsun 

1753— 4:328* 
1703— G:;!13 
of Benjainiii Moony 
of Hercules Mooney 

1757— 6 : 225 
1761— 6:121 
of Hercules and Mary Mooney 

of Arehelaus Moore and others 
of John Moore 

of Samuel Moore, etc. 
of William Moore . 
of Israel Morey 

of William ^lorrison 
of Peter Morse 

of Moses 

of Dani<'l Moulton and wife 

of Elizal)oth Moulton 

of Ilrnr}- Moulton . 

of J(jlin Moulton 

of Jonathan ^Sloulton 

of Joseph Moulton . 

of William Moulton 

of Robert Murdough 

of Nathaniel Nason . 

of New Boston 1765— 6 : 432 

1768— 7:211 
1714— 1: i'O 
1757 — 5 : 235 
1757— 5 : 282 
1760— 6: 36 



of Newcastle . 

of New Hopkinton 
of Newington . 
of New Ipswich 



1763— 6:341 
1763— 6:316 

1737— 2:41»7 
1745— 3:123 

17G3— 6:341 
1767— 7: ICO 



of John NcAv march . 

of Joseph Newmart-h 

1763— G : 3<i7 

of Newmarket .... 

1757 — 5 : 235 
1760— 6: ;i6 
1765— 7: 41 
1768— 7 : VM 

of Newmarket lottery manager.^; 

of Newmarket, west 

for bridire over Newmarket river 



1770— 
1747— 
1753— 
1763— 
1758— 



1758— 5 
1761— 6: 



49 
467 
331 
341 
3'J2 

372 

128 



175.J — 5 : 55 

1756 — 5 : 155 
1760— G: 40 
1747— 3 : 503 
1762— 6:283 



1773— 8: 
1753— 4; 



1748— 4: 
1767— 7: 



136 
332 



71 
133 



1762— 6:279 
1764— 3:415 

1768— 7 : 274 

6: 95 



of Newtown 



1754— 4:483 
1756— 5 : 100 



17G0- 

1766- 
1772- 
1718- 
1757- 
1757- 
1772- 

1763- 
1765- 

1737- 
1764- 

1763- 
1773- 

1748- 
1763- 

1759- 
1760- 
1765- 

17G.S- 



1747- 
1754- 
1755- 
1756- 



7: 51 
8: 120 
1 : 228 
5:241 
5:289 
8:123 

6 : 342 
6 : 432 

2 : 49;"» 
6:394 

6 : 342 
8:146 

4: 86 
6 : 368 

5:462 
6: 83 
7: 46 
7:214 



3 : 457 
4:476 
5: 62 
5: 180 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1770 


8 


1747 


3 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1757 


5 


1758 


5 


1761 


6 


1755 


5 


1755 


5 


1764 


6 


1756 


5 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1762 


6 


1771 


8 


1773 


8 


1760 


6 


1763 


6 


1759 


5 


1748 


4 


1767 


7 


1747 


3 


1769 


7 


1764 


6 


1774 


8 


1768 


7 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1753 


4 


1768 


7 


1774 


8 


1748 


4 


1757 


5 


1760 ' 


6 


1772 


8 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1765 


6 


1723 


1 


1737 


2 


1764 


6 


1763 


6 


' 1767 


7 


1773 


8 


1770 


8 


1748 


4 


1763 


6 


1745 


3 


1759 


6 


1761 


6 


1768 


7 


, 1772 


8 


1770 


8 


1754 


4 


1747 


3 


175G 


5 


1754 


4 


1756 


5 


1758 


5 



PAGE. 



51 
471 
312 
342 
352 
224 
3K9 
178 

61 

57 
414 
156 

42 

99 
284 
108 
138 
112 
334 
498 

77 
141 
484 
282 
421 
167 
277 

94 

96 
312 
210 
166 

96 
281 

35 
124 
316 
344 
433 
385 
500 
406 
322 
131 
147 

15 

96 
378 
194 

32 
177 
192 
121 
2 
484 
446 

63 
477 

74 
331 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



287 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PETITIONS, — {conti7iucd) : 












of North Hampton 1734— 


2:423 


1734— 


2:428 


1738 


2 


532 


1738— 


2:533 


1738 


2:539 


1742 


2 


650 


1742— 


3: 30 


1742— 


3: 31 


1742 


3 


34 


1742— 


3: 36 


1742— 


3: 38 


1743 


3 


48 


1744— 


3:105 


1744— 


3:106 


1758 


5 


440 


of Nottingham 


, 


, 


, 


1733 


2 


381 


1733 


2 : 382 


1734— 


2:402 


1738 


2 


533 


1738— 


2:534 


1743— 


3: 68 


1744 


3 


85 


1741— 


3:107 


1748 


4: 64 


1753 


4 


338 


1753— 


4:341 


1764— 


6:413 


1771 


8 


108 


1772— 


8:121 


1772— 


8:125 


1772 


8 


126 


of Nottingham West 


• 


. 1748— 


4: 63 


1748 


4 


64 


of Nottingham, southwest 


. 


. ' 


, , 


1765 


7 


29 


of Edmund Noyes . 


, 


. 


, , 


1773 


8 


141 


of John Noyes and others 


, 


. 1754— 


4:471 


1758 


5 


311 






1758 


5:321 


1758 


5 


385 


of Benjamin Nudd 1756 — 


5: 84 


1756— 


5: 89 


1756 


5 


92 


of Ruth Nudd . 


, 


. 1756— 


5:172 


1756 


5 


174 


of Number 4, on Connecticut . 


• • 


, 


1744 


3 


*228 


of Leah and Jolm Nutter 


. 


. 1748 


4: 76 


1748 


4 


81 


of John Ober . 


. 


. 1743 


3: 55 


1746 


3 


432 


of Benjamin Odioi-ne and others 


, , 


, , 


1763 


6 


314 


of John Odiorne, Jr. 


, 


. 1755— 


5: 59 


1755 


5 


60 






1755 


5: 62 


1756 


5 


66 


of Mehitabel Odiorne 


, 


, 


, 


1771 


8 


93 


of Orford . 1772— 


3:123 


1773— 


8:136 


1773 


8 


141 


of Oyster I'iver parish 


. 


, 


. 


1715 


1 


124 






1715— 


1 : 130 


1716 


1 


166 


of minister of Oyster River 


, 


. 


1731 


2 


353 


of Thomas Padvcr 1716— 


1:167 


1716— 


1 : 168 


1753 


4 


329 


of Page 


, 


. 1742— 


3: 33 


1743 


3 


49 


Benjamin Page 1763— 


6 : 351 


1763— 


6 : 353 


1763 


6 


366 


1763 


6 : 367 


1764— 


6:392 


1764 


6 


393 


of Caleb Page . 


, 


. 1756 


5 : 119 


1763 


6 


363 






1764— 


6:398 


1774 


8 


195 


of David Page and others 


, 


, , 


, 


1768 


7 


186 


of Isaac Page . 


, 


, 


, , 


1754 


4 


432 


of Jonathan Palmer 


, 


, , 


, , 


1744 


3 


99 






1754— 


4:465 


1754 


4 


470 


of Thomas Palmer . 


, 


, , 


, , 


1721 


1 


270 


of Alexander Park, etc. . 


, 


, 


, , 


1753 


4 


294 






1753— 


4:295 


1753 


4 


300 


1753— 


4 : 301 


1753 


4:302 


1753 


4 


304 


of John Parker 


, 


, 


, 


1758 


5 


372 


1758— 


5 : 389 


1763 


6:312 


1770 


8 


49 


1774 


8 : 190 =• 


1774— 


8 : 192 


1774 


8 


195 


1774— 


8 : 197 


1774— 


8:201 


1774 


8 


211 


of Mr. Parker (see also of 


Willard, 


etc., below) 


1743 


3 


52 


of Thomas Parker . 




. 1768— 


7:262 


1768 


7 


265 






1769— 


7:284 


1769 


7 


289 


of Thomas Parsons . 




. 1772— 


9:116 


1772 


8 


117 


of Elizabeth Pascall 




. 1762— 


6:294 


1763 


6 


317 


of Eliphalet Pattee . 




. 1772— 


8:120 


1772 


8 


126 


of J\[attliew Patten 1756 — 


5:161 


1756— 


5:171 


1756 


5 


178 


of James Paul . 




. 1768— 


7:274 


1768 


7 


277 


of AVilliam Peabody 




. 1765— 


7: 40 


1765 


7 


42 


1766- 


7: '52 


1767— 


7:161 


1768 


7 


189 


of Richard Peare 




. 1759— 


5:494 


1759 


6 


10 


of Martha Pearson . 




. 1764— 


6:391 


1764 


6 


395 






1764 


6:399 


1764 


6 


405 



288 Index to Journals of House of Kepresentatives, 



rETlTlONS, — (continued) : 

of Amos Peaslue 17G4— G : 41 -J 
of Daniel IVasliH' 

of .Foscpii rt'iislee 1755 — 5: 62 

of Daniel I'tiree 

of Daniel Peirco, guardian 

of Daniel Peirce, etc. 
of (teorge Peiree, etc. 
of Joseph Peiree 
of Samuel Peiree 
of Pclham 

of Pembi'oke 

of Samuel Penhallovv 

of Pennecook . 

of Sir William Pepperell 

1753— 4:328 
of Abraham Perkins 

of Kielianl Perry 1733— 2 : 3.S6 
of Peterborough 1771— 8: 108 
of Joseph Pevy 
of Alexander Phelps 

of Pliilbrook and others 
of Elias Phill)ruck . 
of Ephi'aini l'liilljn>ok 

of James Philbrouk . 
of Joses Pliilbrook, etc. 

1754— 4:467 
1756— 6 : 193 

of Ephraim Piekeriu 
of John Pickering . 

of Joshua Pickering 

1752— 4 : 278 
17.-,3_ 4:289 

of jNIrs. Anno Pierce 1767 — 7:112 

of Doctor Pike 

of Pine Hill . . . 

of Thomas Pijier and wife 

of Al)raliam Place ... 

of Elisha Plaisled 1742— 2:633 

of Plaistow .... 

of Plaistow, west 17('i6 — 7 : 75 

of .John PlumnuT 

of Plymouth boundary committee 

of John Pollard 

of Enoeh l\)or 

of Nathaniel Porter 

regarding Portsmouth selectmen 

of Portsmouth ... 

1700- C: .S3 
176.5— 7: 43 

of Portsmouth, etc. (see also of liyc 



1764— 6: 
174.3— 3: 
1761— 6 
1756— 5: 



1761 — 
1761— 



176H— 7 
1756 — 5 
1756 — 5 



1753— 
1753— 
17.^)4- 
1743— 
1771— 

1771— 
177.3— 



17.04— 
17.56— 

1716— 
176.3- 
1752— 
1753— 
17.53— 
1767 — 



1760— 
17.")8— 
1742— 
1754— 

1766— 



1763— 6: 
1763— 6: 



1714— 1 
174.S— 4 
1764— 6 
1769— 7 
beloin) 
1763— 6 



422 

5.5 

221 

74 

12« 
198 



1743— 3: 54 



270 
161 
171 



1748— 4: 64 



:309 

333 

395 

50 

109 

108 
137 



1756— 5:181 



474 
194 

171 
377 
270 
281 
305 
117 



97 
392 
634 
474 
194 

76 



312 
330 

88 

61 

454 

325 

348 



1 

YEAR. 


VOL. 


1765 


6 


1746 


3 


1762 


6 


17.58 


5 


17.54 


4 


1761 


6 


1761 


6 


1772 


8 


1770 


7 


1774 


8 


1769 


7 


17.56 


5 


1756 


5 


1763 


6 


1748 


4 


1747 


3 


1753 


4 


17.53 


4 


1763 


() 


1743 


3 


1771 


8 


1738 


2 


1773 


8 


1773 


8 


1743 


3 


1712 


1 


1756 


5 


1757 


5 


1761 


6 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


17.57 


5 


1760 


6 


1763 


6 


1765 


6 


1752 


4 


1753 


4 


1753 


4 


1767 


7 


1721 


1 


1763 


6 


1761 


6 


1758 


6 


1742 


2 


1754 


4 


i 1774 


8 


1767 


7 


1772 


8 


1771 


8 


1 1764 


6 


1 1772 


8 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 


1714 


1 


1714 


1 


1759 


(1 


1765 


7 


1773 


8 


1763 


6 


1763 


6 



PAGE. 



441 

432 
274 
331 
466 
150 
200 
12« 
356 
169 
282 
162 
184 
313 
72 
454 
310 
342 
348 
51 
110 
533 
136 
138 
68 
40 
179 
250 
205 
466 
475 
218 
112 
374 
437 
277 
282 
306 
118 
280 
366 
214 
396 
646 
475 
200 
139 
126 
78 
421 
123 
313 
331 
85 
90 
29 
19 
1.36 
347 
351 



Province of Neav Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



289 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PETITIONS, — {continued) : 










of Bauk and j\Iill-(lam parties, Portsmouth 


1718 


1 


218 


of Portsmouth selectmen 


1718— 1:227 


1763 


6 


381 




1764— 6:389 


1764 


6 


401 


of Portsmouth surveyors 


• ■ 


1758 


5 


403 


of Portsmouth, south 


1737— 2 : 492 


1737 


2 


499 


1737— 2:500 


1737— 2:526 


1738 


2 


539 


1740— 2:546 


1740— 2:550 


1740 


2 


560 


of Silas Potter .... 


1765— 7: 17 


1765 


7 


20 


of Isaac Powers .... 


• • • 


1765 


6 


456 


of Prescot .... 


• • • 


1737 


2 


498 


of Andrew Prescutt 


1768— 7 : 235 


1768 


7 


242 


of Benjamin Prescott 


. • 


1757 


5 


299 


1758— 5 : 317 


1758— 5 : 321 


1758 


5 


322 


1768 7 : 233 


1768— 7:260 


1768 


7 


261 


of Capt. Jonathan Present's men 


• • ■ 


1746 


3 


427 


of Joshua Prescutt .... 


1753 4 : 356 


1753 


4 


357 




1754— 4:409 


1754 


4 


460 


of Paul Pressey 1759— 5 : 487 


1759— 5 : 491 


1759 


5 


495 


of sundry i)risoners 


. 


1765 


6 


467 


of Thomas Prowse and wife 


• • • 


1766 


7 


81 




1766— 7 : 88 


1766 


7 


109 


of Jonathan Pulcefer 


• • • 


1760 


6 


39 


of Capt. Mieliael Purcell 


1766— 7 : 108 


1767 


7 


167 


of Joshua Purington 


• . • 


1745 


3 


291 


of Quakers . 1731— 2 : 341 


1761— 6 : 123 


1761 


6 


128 


17()1_ 5:131 


1761— 6 : 147 


1768 


7 


213 


of Benjamin Quinby 


. 


1765 


6 


436 


of Eleazer Quinby .... 


• * . 


1761 


6 


179 


of Edmund Quincy .... 


• • 


1757 


5 


249 


1757— 5 : 289 


1757— 5 : 290 


1758 


5 


325 


1758— 5:331 


1758— 5 : 318 


1758 


5 


319 


1758— 5 : 322 


1758— 5 : 340 


1758 


5 


342 


1758— 5:345 


1758— 5 : 347 


1758 


5 


357 


of William Rackly .... 


, , ■ 


1759 


6 


4 


of Richard Rand and Mark Randall 


1755— 5 : 59 


1756 


5 


106 


of Paul Randall 1756— 5 : 172 


1758 5 : 320 


1758 


5 


396 


of Samuel Rankin .... 


1765 7: 40 


1765 


7 


42 


of Alice and Samuel Rawlins . 


1754 4 : 485 


1754 


4 


486 


1755— 4 : 522 


1755_ 4 : 539 


1755 


5 


38 


of Henry Rawlings .... 


■ * • 


1755 


4 


533 


of Noah Rawlins .... 


1770 7 : 338 


1770 


7 


339 


1770— 7 : 345 


1770 8 : 1 


1770 


8 


5 


of Raymond 


1768 7 : 267 


1768 


7 


277 


1770— 7 : 343 


1774— 8 : 190 


1774 


8 


194 


of recruiting officers 


• • • 


1747 


3 


508 


of Mason Rendell .... 


■ • ■ 


1757 


5 


225 


of retailers of spirituous liquors 


1748— 4: 63 


1748 


4 


64 


of Samuel Richardson 


1760— 6 : 40 


1760 


6 


60 


of Capt. William Richardson . 


1757— 5 : 308 


1758 


5 


324 


of Ann Rindge .... 


1745— 3 : 165 


1745 


3 


167 


of John Rindge .... 


• • • 


173S 


2 


536 


of Axwell Roberts .... 


• • 


1722 


1 


317 


of James Robinson .... 


, , , 


1763 


() 


370 


of John Robinson .... 


1764 6 : 391 


1764 


6 


394 


of Samuel Robinson 


1763— 6:367 


1763 


6 


370 


of Rochester 


• • * 


1734 


2 


403 


1737— 2:490 


1737— 2:491 


1742 


2 


626 


1742— 2:627 


1747— 3 : 458 


1747 


4 


21 


1747— 4: 22 


1770— 8: 41 


1770 


8 


42 


1771— 8:108 
37 


1772— 8:120 


1772 


8 


121 



200 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PET 


riTIONS, — (coHlitlurd) : 












of Dr. Daniol Rogers 




1764 


6 


402 






1768— 7:246 


1768 


7 


247 




of Daniel Rogers iiiul others . 


. 1764— 6:422 


1770 


8 


13 






1771— S: 63 


1771 


8 


65 




of Madame Rogers . 


• ■ ■ • 


1729 


•J 


171 




of Col. I?t'iijannii Rnllc . 


. • > • 


1744 


3 


*22H 






1745 3:177 


1745 


3 


228 




of Alexander Ross . 


. 


1738 


2 


539 




of Sarah Ross . . . . 


• • 


1762 


6 


273 




of Isai;di Rowe 


• • • • 


1761 


6 


179 




of Nathan Rowe 1747— 3 : 4 


H4 1767— 7 : 166 


176H 


7 


238 




of William Rowell . 


. 1755— 5 : 62 


1756 


5 


74 




1758— 5 : 3 


31 1770— 7:340 


1770 


7 


357 




of Joseph Rowlings 


. 1742— 2:650 


1742 


2 


651 




of Joshua liowlins . 


. ■ • . 


1761 


6 


124 




of Rumlord . . . . 


. 1748— 4: 62 


1756 


5 


90 






1756— 5 : 92 


1756 


5 


188 




of Rumiiey . . . . 


. 1771— 8: 62 


1771 


8 


78 




of Edward Russell . 


. 1764— 6:411 


1765 


6 


433 




of Benjamin Rust 


. 173;}— 2:379 


1738 


2 


533 




of Rye . . 1729— 2 : 1 


68 1730— 2:315 


17.30 


2 


322 




1730 2 : g 


.28 1751— 4 : 466 


1763 


6 


331 




of Rye and Portsmouth . 


• • • • 


1764 


6 


407 




of Salem . . 1756 — 5 : 


97 1756— 5 : 98 


1756 


5 


172 




1756— 5 : 1 


79 1756— 5 : 180 


1757 


5 


217 




of John Salter . . . . 


• > • ■ 


1731 


2 


355 




of Daniel Sanborn . 


• • . • 


1766 


7 


86 




of Josiah Sanborn . 


• • • ■ 


1766 


7 


261 




of Sanbm-n . 


• • • • 


1742 


3 


30 




of Reuben Sandburn 


• • • • 


1755 


5 


37 






1756— 5 : 96 


1756 


5 


97 




of Oliver Sanders 


■ • • > 


1764 


6 


415 




of William Sanders 


• • • > 


1756 


5 


172 




of Sandy Beach 


. 1725— 2: 23 


1725 


2 


21 




1726— 2: 


29 1726— 2: 36 


1726 


2 


37 




of Abner Sawyer 


• 


1759 


6 


15 




of Dr. Benjamin Sawyer . 


• • ■ 


1763 


6 


364 




of llumplirey Scammon . 


. 1753- 4:2)^2 


1753 


4 


284 




1753— 4 : 5 


!85 1753 4:286 


1753 


4 


340 


f 


of Joseph Scoby 


. 1760— 6 : 62 


1760 


6 


96 




of Benjamin Scribner 


• • • 


1762 


6 


279 






1763— 6 : 348 


1763 


6 


375 




of John Scribner 


. 1769— 7:283 


1769 


7 


309 






1769— 7 : 324 


1769 


7 


32.S 




of Samuel Scribner 


. 1759_ 5:494 


1759 


5 


497 




of Joseph Senter 


. 


1774 


8 


170 




of John Shackford . 


• ■ • > 


1742 


2 


630 






1742— 2:633 


1742 


2 


635 




of Ichabod Shaw 


• • • • 


1760 


6 


82 




of Joseph Sheflield . 


• ■ > • 


1734 


2 


428 






17.Si_ 2:429 


1735 


2 


441 




of Capt. John Shepherd . 


• 


1757 


5 


219 




of John Siiepard, Jr. 


. 


1765 


7 


40 






1765— 7: 42 


1766 


7 


52 




of Thomas Shepherd 


. • - - 


1748 


4 


61 




of Henry Sherburne 


. i744_ 3:228* 


1745 


3 


126 






1758— 4:271 


1752 


4 


275 




of Henry Sherburne's widow 


• ■ ■ ■ 


1770 


8 


5 






1770 8: 15 


1773 


8 


139 




of John Sherburne . 


. 1721— 1:270 


1762 


6 


281 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



291 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PETITIONS, — {continued) : 












of John Sherburne 1762— 6 : 303 


1773— 


8:155 


1774 


8 


169 


of Capt. Joseph Sherburne 


, , 




1748 


4 


72 


of Mary Shei^burne . 


, , 




1745 


3 


252 


of Noah Sherlnu-ne . 


, , 




1772 


8 


721 


of Jacob Silloway . 


, , 




1757 


5 


206 


of John Simpson 


, , 




1773 


8 


153 


of Thomas Simpson 


. 1754— 


4:466 


1754 


4 


467 




1774 


8:166 


1774 


8 


167 


of William Simpson 


. , 


, , 


1773 


8 


136 


of Ebenezer Sleejier and others 


• • 


, 


1765 


6 


435 


of Ebenezer and Stephen Sleeper 


, • 


, , 


1765 


6 


451 


of Ambrose Sloper . 


. 1770 


8: 35 


1770 


8 


42 




1771— 


8: 63 


1771 


8 


64 


of Elizabeth Sloper , 


, , 


, 


1721 


1 


276 


of Richard Sloper 


, 


, , 


1712 


1 


55 


of Samuel Smallcorn 


. 1765- 


6 : 445 


1765 


6 


448 


of Jabez Smith 


1742— 


2:621 


1742 


2 


630 


of John Waldron Smith . 


1757— 


5:308 


1758 


5 


404 


of Nathan Smith 


. 1763 


6:332 


1763 


6 


364 


of Nicholas Smith . 


1753 


4:367 


1754 


4 


434 


of Richard Smith 


1770 


8: 9 


1771 


8 


65 


of Smith and Davis . 


, , 


. 


1757 


5 


299 


of sundry soldiers 1743— 3 : 75 


1761— 


6:121 


1764 


6 


418 


for soldiers, etc. 


1745 


3:228 


1756 


5 


67 


of Somersworth 


. 1743— 


3: 49 


1743 


3 


50 


1748 4: 90 


1754— 4 : 404 


1754 


4 


405 


1754— 4:421 


1770 


8: 41 


1770 


8 


42 


of Souhegan West 1744— 3 : 228 * 


1747— 


3:467 


1747 


3 


471 


of South Hampton 1742— 3 : 30 


1742 


3: 33 


1742 


3 


36 


1742— 3 : 38 


1742— 


3: 40 


1742 


3 


42 


1746— 3:323 


1746 


3:331 


1746 


3 


332 


1756— 5:113 


1756 


5:119 


1756 


5 


138 


1757— 6 : 256 


1760 


6: 38 


1771 


8 


58 


of Ebenezer Spaulding and others 


, 


, , 


1746 


3 


337 




1754— 


4:332 


1754 


4 


396 


of Lieut. John Spear 


, 


, , 


1758 


5 


372 




1758 


5:389 


1765 


6 


446 


of Ebenezer Spencer 


1761— 


6:224 


1762 


6 


274 


of Mr. Stanions 


, 


. 


1742 


2 


630 


of Ai-chibald Stark .... 


, 


. 


1748 


4 


62 


of Joseph Steele and others 


, 


, , 


1770 


7 


340 


of Ebenezer Stephens 


1742— 


3: 37 


1742 


3 


38 


of Benjamin Stevens 


1755 


4:499 


1761 


6 


150 


1761— 6 : 170 


1761— 


6:172 


1761 


6 


174 


of Rev. Phineas Stevens . 


, 


^ , 


1748 


4 


74 


of Reuben Stevens .... 


, 


, _ 


1758 


5 


373 


of William Stevens .... 


1761— 


6:121 


1761 


6 


178 


of Stevens, Eastman & Co. 


, 


, 


1747 


4 


21 


of Jonathan Steward 


, 


, , 


1762 


6 


274 


of Eleanor Stickney 


1756 


5: 63 


1756 


5 


113 


of William Stiles & Co. . 


, 


, ^ 


1720 


1 


260 


of James Stinson .... 


. 


. 


1774 


8 


167 


of James Stoodley .... 


1747— 


3:492 


1748 


4 


81 




1762— 


6 : 296 


1763 


6 


315 


of James Stoodly, Jr. 


1753 


4:291 


1753 


4 


292 


of Stoodly & Wniidden . 


, 


, 


1745 


3 


165 


of Stratham . 1746 3 : 427 


1746 


3:428 


1747 


3 


457 


1747— 3:470 


1747— 


3:496 


1747 


3 


503 


1760— 6 : 36 


1761— 


6:187 


1768 


7 


199 


of John Sullivan .... 


. 


, , 


1774 


8 


212 



292 



Index to Journals of ITofse of Representatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PETITIONS, — (continued) : 












of Suiicook .... 


1744— 


3 : 228 * 


1747 


3 


493 


17.17_ ;3:.ll»4 


174.H— 


4: 62 


1758 


5 


386 


of Kbpiipzer Swan . 


177:^— 


H : 152 


1773 


8 


155 


of Kcnjaniin Sweet . 




. , 


1761 


6 


148 


of Klisli;i Sweat 


. 1755— 


4 : 499 


1761 


6 


150 


of Josfjili Sweet 


, 


, 


1761 


6 


208 


of Moses Sweet 


, 


, , 


1761 


6 


188 


of Jonathan Swett . 


. 1754— 


4 : 377 


1754 


4 


393 




1754— 


4 : 404 


1770 


8 


12 


of Maj. Tliomas Tash 




, 


1756 


5 


131 




1756— 


5 : 155 


1756 


5 


156 


1701— 6 : 197 


1761— 


6:214 


1767 


7 


155 


of John Tasker 1754— 4 : 421 


1755 


4:548 


1755 


4 


549 


of Jolui Tayh)!- and others 




, 


1742 


3 


30 


of Tewksliurv .... 


1758— 5:430 


1758 


5 


431 


of Nathanicil Thing . 


. 


, , 


1761 


6 


♦198 


of Stephen Thing . 


. 1766— 


7:102 


1767 


7 


146 


of Pienjamin Thomas 


. 1745— 


3:291 


1746 


3 


307 


of Jonathan Thomas 




, , 


1763 


6 


338 


of Capt. Joseph Thomas and others 


1755— 


5: 50 


1755 


5 


53 




1769— 


7 : 327 


1770 


8 


52 


of Ebenezer and Robert Thompson 


. 




1757 


5 


299 


1757— 5:300 


1758 


5:321 


1758 


5 


322 


of George Tompson 




. 


1746 


3 


411 


of Jonathan Tomson, Jr. 




, 


1754 


4 


487 


of Robert Thompson 


. 


• 


1756 


6 


78 




1756— 


5: 88 


1756 


5 


90 


1757— 5 : 299 


1758— 


5 : 322 


1761 


6 


140 


1761— 6:141 


1761— 


6:142 


1763 


6 


352 


1764 6 : 397 


1764— 


6:409 


1764 


6 


410 


1765— 6:445 


1766— 


7: 61 


1766 


7 


79 


of Robert Tliompson [and others] 


1761— 


6:152 


1761 


6 


155 


of Thomas Thompson 


1742— 


2:622 


1756 


5 


104 


of ISIatthew Thornton and others 


. 


, 


1762 


6 


239 




1773 


8:138 


1773 


8 


139 


of Aaron Tibbetts . 


1768— 


7:204 


1768 


7 


278 


of Jnlin Tibbitts 


1757— 


5 : 234 


1757 


5 


283 


1706- 7: 94 


1766— 


7: 95 


1767 


7 


137 


of Jolin and Tamesen Tibbets . 






1729 


2 


150 


of Obadiah Tibbitts . 






1761 


6 


130 


of Rose Tiljbitts 






1764 


6 


401 


of Abraliani Tiltnn . 






1757 


5 


252 


of Benjamin Tilton . 






1747 


3 


484 


of Capt. Jacob Tilton 






1772 


8 


117 


of Timl)erlane [Hanipstead] . 






1744 


3 


85 


of Capt. John Titcomb 






1757 


5 


210 




1758— 


5 : 379 


1758 


5 


382 


of Patrick Tobin 






1758 


5 


373 


of Andrew Todd, etc. 






1760 


6 


97 


of Jolm To] ford 






1748 


4 


71 


of Christopher Tappan 






1768 


7 


192 


of Elisha and Phillip Towle . 






1759 


6 


20 


1759— 6 : 24 


1760— 


6: 41 


1760 


6 


50 


of Jonathan Towle .... 


1761— 


6 : 129 


1761 


6 


216 


of Philip Towle .... 


, 


, , 


1769 


7 


282 


of Zachariah Towle 


1765— 


6 : 443 


1765 


6 


451 


of George Townsend 


• ' 


. 


1738 


2 


539 


of Robert Trail .... 


1766— 


7: 102 


1766 


7 


104 


of Ebenezer Tniesdell 


, 


, , 


1745 


3 


*228 


of John Tuck . 1765— 7 : 23 


176.5— 


7: 26 


1765 


7 


29 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



293 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PETITIONS, — {contmued) : 










of Francis Tucker 1745— 3 : 235 


1745— 3 : 241 


1757 


5 


221 


of John Tucker 


. • ■ > 


1767 


7 


147 


of Ebenezer Tuttle . 


. 1729— 2 : 167 


1729 


2 


168 


1742— 2 : 622 


1742— 2:624 


1742 


2 


626 


of Thomas Tuttle 1761— 6 : 121 


1761— 6 : 123 


1761 


6 


131 


of Two-Mile Streak 


• ■ • ■ 


1748 


4 


61 


of John UndeiTVOod 


• . • « 


1723 


1 


394 


of Phinehas Underwood, etc. . 


• • • • 


1755 


4 


512 


of John Upton 1757 — 5 : 305 


1757— 5 : 306 


1758 


5 


421 


of Elliot Vaughan 1747— 3 : 469 


1747_ 3 : 476 


1747 


3 


507 


of Martha and Mary Veazie . 


• ■ • • 


1763 


6 


378 


of Margaret Vincent 


. 


17.59 


6 


494 




1759— 5 : 495 


1759 


6 


7 


of Ebenezer Virgin . 


. 1765— 6 : 434 


1765 


6 


469 


of Wadleigh 


. 1744— 3 : 85 


1744 


3 


99 


of Jeremiah Walford 


• 


1731 


2 


353 




1731— 2 : 857 


1731 


2 


358 


of Capt. George Walker . 


1729— 2 : 147 


1729 


2 


149 


1742— 2 : 632 


1742— 2 : 641 


1742 


2 


643 


1742— 2 : 647 


1742— 3 : 31 


1742 


3 


34 


of Timothy Walker . 


> • . 


1764 


6 


390 




1764— 6 : 393 


1764 


6 


394 


of Capt. William Walker 


• • • • 


1753 


4 


349 


of Wallace and others 


• • • • 


1737 


2 


488 


of Robert Wallace, etc. . 


. 1768 7:261 


1768 


7 


262 




1768— 7:269 


1769 


7 


283 


of Thomas Wallingford . 


1748 4: 82 


1748 


4 


84 


1748 4: 90 


1760 6: 62 


1760 


6 


80 


of Colonel Walton . 


1722— 1 : 321 


1740 


2 


550 


of Daniel Ward 


• 


1747 


3 


484 


of Hezekiah Ward . 


• . • • 


1761 


6 


205 


of Richard Ward 


• • • ■ 


1729 


2 


158 


of Nathaniel Ware . 


• • • 


1712 


1 


40 


of Daniel Warner 1774— 8 : 197 


1774— 8 : 203 


1774 


8 


212 


of Walter Warren . 


1746— 3:426 


1747 


3 


486 


of Jonathan Weare . 


1770— 8: 9 


1771 


8 


65 


of Jeremiah Webster 


. 


1755 


4 


517 




1766— 7 : 75 


1766 


7 


85 


of John Webster 


. 


1748 


4 


62 


of John Webster, etc. 


1768— 7 : 191 


1768 


7 


215 




1708- 7 : 276 


1769 


7 


283 


of Jonathan Webster 


• ■ ■ 


1760 


6 


118 




1761— 6:203 


1761 


6 


215 


of Samuel Webster . 


• • ■ 


1773 


8 


141 


of Jonathan Wedgwood . 


1761— 6 : 129 


1761 


6 


218 


of Col. John Weeks 


. 


1761 


6 


157 




1761— 6 : 208 


1761 


6 


215 


of Thomas Wells . 


• ■ ■ 


1748 


4 


71 


of John Wendell .... 


1756 5: 73 


1756 


6 


88 


of Capt. Benjamin Wentworth 


• • • 


1721 


1 


308 


of Daniel AVentworth 


1759— 5 : 494 


1759 


5 


497 


of Elizabeth Wentworth . 


• • • 


1734 


2 


402 




1734— 2 : 407 


1734 


2 


411 


, of Ephraim Wentworth . 


• • • 


1755 


5 


52 




1756— 5: 56 


1761 


6 


201 


of George AA'entworth 


. 


1772 


8 


120 




1772 8:128 


1772 


8 


129 


of Hunking WentAvorth . 


1747— 3:476 


1747 


3 


507 


of Capt. John Wentworth 


1760— 6 : 52 


1760 


6 


80 


of John Wentworth and wife . 


• • 


1773 


8 


36 



294 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





/ 


YEAR. 


VOL. 


FAOE. 


PETITIONS, — {continued) : 










of M:irk Ilunking Wentwortli . 


1742— 3: .37 


1742 


3 


38 




17,04— 4:. 398 


1772 


8 


121 


of Moses Wcntwortli 


• ■ • • 


1701 


6 


221 


of S;inui('l Wcntwortli 


• • • • 


1700 





39 


of K.lwMld WL-St . 


. 1721— 1:270 


1721 


1 


*305 


of West Held .... 


• • • • 


1761 


6 


221 


of "Wostmorclaml 


. 1708 7:271 


1708 


7 


272 


of Klcazcr Wlu'clock 


• ■ • • 


1702 


6 


278 


17(i2— 0:279 


1702— 0:282 


1702 


6 


280 


1702— : 298 


1702— 0:315 


1771 


8 


94 


of ret(>r Wheeler . 


• • ■ • 


1701 





141 


of Isaac White 


1700— 7 : 102 


1707 


7 


140 


of James White, etc. 


• • ■ ■ 


1707 


7 


102 




1768— 7 : 188 


1708 


7 


202 


of Philips Whito 


• • • 


1770 


8 


40 


of AiKlrew Wigiriii . 


• > • 


1770 


8 


6 


of Chase Wip;ireii 


• • 


1701 





178 


of Josiah Wifr£:i'n . 


• • ■ 


1761 


6 


180 


of Josiah Willard . . . . 


1745— 3 : 228 ♦ 


17,05 


4 


503 


of IVIosfsi "Willard 


• ■ • 


1754 


4 


478 


of Willard. Bellows & Parker 


17.00— 5 : 64 


1750 


5 


66 


of John Willey . . . . 


• • . 


1702 


6 


274 


of Edward Williams 


■ • ■ 


1757 


5 


285 


of ^lary Williams 


■ • • 


1738 


2 


535 


of Willson . . . . 


1742— 3 : 34 


1742 


3 


35 


of Windham . 1710— 3:442 


1747— 3 : 446 


1748 


4 


03 


174.S— 4 : 66 


1708— 7 : 261 


1768 


7 


269 


1771— 8:107 


1774— 8:194 


1774 


8 


200 


of Judith Winn 1709— 7 : 280 


1769— 7 : 296 


1769 


7 


299 


of sundry women {see also of Sarah 


Ball and others. 








ahovc) 


174.0— 3 : 175 


1745 


3 


221 


of John Wood and wife . 


. 


1765 


7 


12 


of Edward Woodman 


■ ■ . 


1747 


4 


46 


of Samuel Woodman, etc. 


• • • 


1771 


8 


61 




1771— 8: 66 


1771 


8 


70 


of Joshua Wright . . . . 


• 


1761 


6 


203 


of Hezekiah Young . . . . 


. > . 


1761 


6 


124 


of Ensign Jonathan Yrmng 


17.08— 5 : 372 


1758 


6 


389 


hearing of, deferred, etc. 


1743 3: 47 


1746 


3 


418 


174()_ 3 : 422 


1747_ 3 : 446 


1747 


4 


13 


1747— 4 : 17 


1747— 4 : 43 


1760 


6 


60 


1700— 6: 94 


1762— 6 : 294 


1763 


6 


341 


170 1— 6 : 389 


1766— 7 : 52 


1766 


7 


103 


PETTY CHAPMEN : 










regulated 


• 


1710 


1 


70 


suppressed 


• • • 


1718 


1 


221 


PEVY, JosKi'ii : 










petition 


. 


1738 


2 


533 


PHELPS, Alexakdek : 










petition, etc 


1771— 8:108 


1773 


8 


136 


1773— 8:137 


1773— 8:138 


1773 


8 


141 


PHH.RPvTCK, Skugt. Benjamin: 










nuister-roll 


1746— 3:408 


1740 


3 


532 


I'll 11.1 '.RICK, Jedidiaii [" Philbrook, J 


eueihaii ■']: 








member . . 17.") 2 — 4:217 


1752— 4 : 2.30 


1752 


4 


235 


]7;,o— 4:239 


17.02— 4:248 


1752 


4 


203 


17.02— 4 : 267 


1752— 4:208 


17.02 


4 


380 


17.03— 4 : 289 


17.03— 4:298 


1753 


4 


301 


1753— 4 : 302 


175.3— 4:338 


17.03 


4 


340 


1763— 4 : 342 


1753 4:346 


1753 


4 


349 



Province of ISTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



295 



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TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PHILBRICK, Jedidiaii, — {contimied) : 












member . . 1753— 4 : 358 


1753— 


4:366 


1753 


4 


384 


1753— 4 : 401 


1754— 


4:404 


1764 


4 


406 


1754— 4 : 409 


1754— 


4:414 


1754 


4 


425 


1754— 4:426 


1754— 


4:433 


1754 


4 


434 


1754— 4:437 


1754— 


4 : 438 


1754 


4 


652 


PHILBRICK, JosEi'H : 












member ...... 


1745— 


3:115 


1745 


3 


128 


1745 3 : 131 


1745— 


3:1591 


1745 


3 


160 


1745— 3 : 168 


1745— 


3:172 


1746 


8 


175 


1745— 3 : 178 


1745— 


3:180 


1746 


3 


203 


1749 4 : 100 


1749— 


4:104 


1749 


4 


105 


1749— 4 : 106 


1749— 


4:111 


1749 


4 


123 


1749— 4 : 127 


1749— 


4:140 


1749 


4 


163 


1750— 4 : 10 


1751— 


4: 9 


1752 


4 


216 


1752— 4:230 


1752— 


4:267 


1752 


4 


276 


1752— 4 : 278 


1752— 


4:279 


1752 


4 


380 


1753 4 : 294 


1753— 


4:306 


1753 


4 


326 


1753— 4 : 344 


1753— 


4:346 


1753 


4 


367 


1753 4 : 368 


1753— 


4:384 


1754 


4 


369 


1754— 4 : 376 


1754— 4:401 


1754 


4 


404 


1754— 4 : 406 


1754— 


4:409 


1754 


4 


411 


1754— 4:415 


1754— 


4:425 


1754 


4 


*442 


1754— 4:479 


1754— 


4:486 


1754 


4 


652 


1755— 4:498 


1755— 


4 : 613 


1755 


4 


517 


1755— 4 : 519 


1755 


4 : 520 


1755 


4 


568 


1755 — 4 : 567 


1755— 


4:669 


1756 


6 





1755 — 5: 1 


1755 


5: 6 


1755 


6 


10 


1755— 5 : 20 


1755— 


5: 26 


1765 


5 


31 


1755— 5 : 38 


1755 


5: 41 


1760 


6 


63 


PHILBRICK, Robe KT Tufton : 












account 


. 


. 


1745 


3 


276 


PHILBRICK, Simon : 












legal representatives of . 


, 


• • 


1747 


3 


622 


PHILBROOK, Elias: 












petition ..... 


• 


• • 


1712 


1 


40 


PHILBROOK, Ephraim ; 












petition, etc 


1756— 


5:179 


1756 


6 


181 




1757— 


5:220 


1767 


6 


260 


PHILBROOK, James : 












on Captain Tash's roll 


. 1756— 


5:131 


1761 


6 


205 


PHU.LBROOK, John : 












to appear 


. 


• 


1766 


7 


24 


PHILBROOK, JOSES : 












petition, etc. . 1754 — 4 : 466 


1754— 


4 : 467 


1754 


4 


474 


1754— 4 : 475 


1756— 


6:193 


1766 


5 


194 


1757— 6 : 218 


1767— 


6:219 


1757 


5 


233 


PHILBROOK and others : 












l^etition, etc. .... 




, 


1743 


3 


68 


PHILLIPS, Adolpii [" Phillipse"] : 












of New York .... 


. 1730 


2 : 316 


1730 


2 


322 


1730 2 : 325 


1730 


2:326 


1730 


2 


342 


PHILLIPS, John : 












member ..... 


, , 


, 


1755 


6 


43 


1755— 5 : 47 


1755— 


5: 54 


1755 


6 


258 


1756— 5 : 261 


1762— 


6:296 


1771 


8 


105 


1771— 8:108 


1771— 


8:109 


1771 


8 


113 


1772— 8:114 


1772— 


8 : 116 


1772 


8 


116 


1772— 8 : 120 


1772— 


8:123 


1772 


8 


128 


1773— 8:135 


1773— 


8 : 137 


1773 


8 


139 


1773— 8:144 


1773— 


8:147 


1773 


8 


162 



296 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



rillLLll'S, .]i>i\s, — {continued) : 

iiK'iiil)or . . 1771 — 8 : 1(5 1 

IMIirrs, I'lioMAS ["rim-s"] : 

slifi-ilV, (.'tc. .... 

171t;— 1 : 1(')6 

rUllTS. I.IKl TKNANT (ioYKKM^U: 

letter from . 1755 — 4:545 
1755— 5: 25 
PHYSIC "K (.see also Medicine) : 

allowanee for . 
I»I('KEKINC4. Danikl: 

estate of . 
PR'KKKlNt;, Dc.uoTiiv: 

to eonvt-y certain 1;uk1.s 
PICKERING, El'ilKAiM ["PiCKElilN"] : 

petition ..... 
PlCKKKlN(i, Cai'T. John 



177 



1715- 
171t;- 

1755- 
1755- 



8 : 1G5 

1: 99 
1 : 184 

5: 8 
5: 58 



YEAR. 



member, etc. 



muster-roll 



PICKERTNC, Joshua 
petition 



1716— 1:171 
1763— 6:374 

1773— 8 : 154 

1774— 8:211 

1759— 5:477 



1752- 
1753- 



4:278 
4 : 289 



1718- 
1763- 
1773- 
1774- 
1759- 
1760- 

1752- 
1753- 
1753- 



1:218 
6 : 377 
8 : 161 
8:212 
5 : 474 
6: 78 



270 
281 
305 



V. Tovvle, Matthias . 
PICKERING, Samuel: 

bearer of dispatches 
PICKERING, Thomas ["Pickekin"] : 

t'ortv-two men of, entertained . 
PICKWAKET: 

enemy at 

PIER [OK Bason] : 

at Go.sport [Shoals] . . ■ 1766 — 7 : 81 

1767— 7 : 141 1767— 7 : 157 
PIERCE, IsKAEi. {see also Pearse and Peirce) : 

serving under Captain Clements .... 
PIERCE, Nathaniel: 

estate of . . 1767—7:112 1767—7:117 
'pierce, Capt. Thomas : 

account ......... 

PIERMONT: 

granting township of 



1765— 6:441 

inventor}' . 
i'lKK, DOCTOK : 

claim 
PIKE, Joseph: 

liir»'d, wages stojH . 
PILLORY : 

erectcil at Excti-r 

erected at IIanii)ton . 
PILOT : 

wages 

of sloop Abigail 
PIX-PLAYINf; {see Cards). 
PINE IhLL [One Pine Hill, Dunstable]: 

petition 



1764- 
1765- 



6 : 423 
6 : 449 



1721— 1:280 



1774 

1715 
1733 

1755 
1757 

1746 

1766 

1766 

1760 

1718 
1765 
1774 
1774 
1759 
1765 

1752 
1753 
1753 
1753 

1758 

1747 

1722 

1766 
1767 

1753 

1767 

1727 

1764 
1765 
1765 
1773 

1721 

1760 

1732 
1737 

1747 

1772 

1763 



VOL. 



5 
5 

3 

7 

7 

6 

1 
6 
8 
8 
5 
6 

4 
4 
4 
4 

5 

3 

1 

7 
7 

4 

7 

2 

6 
6 
6 
8 

1 

6 

2 
2 

3 

8 



PAGE. 



172 

100 
389 

9 
221 

375 

81 

109 

112 

219 
437 
167 
214 
475 
446 

277 
282 
306 
317 

421 

470 

340 

88 
163 

365 

121 

99 

422 
440 
450 
160 

290 

76 

370 
485 

469 
129 

366 



Province of jSTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



297 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PINKHAM, Thomas : 










widow's claim .... 


• • • 


1742 


3 


41 


PINKUM, Solomon : 










volunteer 


• • • • 


1746 


3 


404 


PINLY, IMercy : 










account 


• • • • 


1761 


6 


221 


PIPEK, Thomas and Wife : 










petition ...... 


1760 6: 97 


1761 


6 


214 


PIPON, Captain : 










ship of, lost .... 


• • • 


1738 


2 


536 


PIRACY : 










trial for . . 1770— 7 : 338 


1770— 7 : 340 


1770 


7 


342 


1770 7 : 347 


1770— 8: 14 


1770 


8 


33 


PISCATAQUA HARBOR: 










lighthouse at . 


. 


1765 


7 


19 


PISCATAQUA River: 










as bound of pi'ovince 


■ • • 


1720 


1 


256 


main, bordering on, defended . 


• • • 


1747 


4 


19 


fish in, protected 


1770— 8 : 19 


1773 


8 


153 


PITCH : 










tax rate . . 1752— 4 : 251 


1754— 4 : 445 


1755 


4 


549 


1756— 5 : 136 


1757 — 5 : 277 


1758 


5 


385 


1758 5 : 389 


1759— 6 : 2 


1760 


6 


105 


1761— 6 : 213 


1702- 6:265 


1762 


6 


338 


1704— 6:396 


1765— 7 : 29 


1766 


7 


84 


PITMAN, Benjamin : 










gaol-keeper, etc 


1745 3 : 167 


1746 


3 


428 




1747— 3 : 488 


1757 


5 


284 


PITMAN, Ezekibl : 










volunteer ...... 


• • • 


1746 


3 


404 


PITT, William : 










British secretary 




1758 


5 


362 


1758— 5 : 440 


1759— 5:484 


1759 


5 


485 


1759— 5:486 


1761— 6:120 


1761 


6 


170 


1761— 6:172 


1761— 6:174 


1761 


6 


182 


PLACE, Abraham: 










in service under Captain Clements 


• • • 


1753 


4 


327 


petition . . 1758 — 5 : 392 


1758— 5 : 396 


1759 


5 


485 


PLACENTIA : 










affair kept private from . 


• • • • 


1711 


1 


10 


PLAINFIELD : 










inventory . 1767 — 7 : 161 


1708— 7:220 


1773 


8 


159 


PLAISTED, Elisha : 










petition, etc. .... 


1742— 2 : 633 


1742 


2 


634 




1742 2 : 646 


1742 


3 


44 


PLAISTED, John : 










member, speaker, councilor, treasui'er 


1711 




10 


1711— 1: 31 


1713 1: 66 


1714 




81 


1715— 1: 97 


1715— 1: 99 


1715 




100 


1715— 1:101 


1715— 1:132 


1716 




143 


1716 1 : 159 


1717— 1:190 


1717 




191 


1717— 1:192 


1717- 1:193 


1717 




194 


1717— 1:195 


1717- 1:196 


1717 




197 


1717— 1 : 198 


1717— 1:202 


1717 




204 


1717— 1:205 


1718— 1:218 


1722 




326 


1722— 1:329 


1722— 1:330 


1722 




332 


1722— 1:335 


1722— 1:339 


1722 




342 


1722— 1:343 


1722— 1:345 


1722 




346 


1722— 1:348 


1722— 1:351 


1722 




35.^ 


1722— 1:354 


1722— 1:355 


1722 




356 


1722— 1:357 


1722— 1:359 


1722 


w 


361 



38 



298 Index to Journals of IIo 


USE OF KeI'UESENTATIVE 


^, 






TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


I'LAISTED, John, — {continued) : 










member, speaker, couiuMlor, treasurer | 








1722— 1:364 


1722— 1:365 


1722 




367 


1722— 1:36S 


1722— 1:369 


1722 




:i7i 


1722— 1:372 


1723— 1 :373 


1723 




375 


1723— 1:377 


1723— 1:379 


1723 




381 


1723— 1:382 


1723— 1:383 


1723 




381 


172:?— 1:3H7 


1723 1:3S9 


1723 




:{|i:; 


1723— 1:396 


172:5— 1:397 


1723 




:599 


1723 1 : 400 


172:J— 1:402 


1723 




405 


1723— 1 : 408 


172:5— 1:409 


1723 




410 


1723— 1:411 


172:5— 1:412 


1724 




413 


1724— 1 : 124 


1721— 1:425 


1724 




426 


1724— 1:432 


1724— 1:433 


1724 




4:54 


1724— 2: 1 


1724— 2: 3 


1724 


2 


4 


1724— 2: 8 


1724— 2: 9 


1724 


2 


10 


1724— 2 : 11 


1724— 2: 12* 


1725 


2 


tl2 


172.5— 2: 13 


1725— 2 : 15 


1725 


2 


19 


1725— 2 : 21 


1725— 2: 22 


1725 


2 


23 


1725— 2 : 25 


1725 2: 26 


1725 


2 


27 


1726— 2 : 33 


1726— 2 : 34 


1726 


2 


38 


1726 2: 39 


1726— 2: 40 


1726 


2 


44 


1726— 2: 45 


1726— 2: 50 


1726 


2 


54 


1726— 2 : 55 


1726 2: 59 


1726 


2 


63 


1726— 2: 66 


1727— 2: 67 


1727 


2 


68 


1727— 2: 69 


1727— 2: 73 


1727 


2 


74 


1727— 2: 78 


1727— 2: 80 


1727 


2 


84 


1727— 2: 87 


1727— 2: 93 


1727 


2 


94 


1727— 2 : 109 


1728— 2 : 133 


1728 


2 


141 


1729— 2 : 153 


1729— 2 : 157 


1731 


2 


351 


1733— 2 : 389 


1734— 2:408 


1734 


2 


413 


1742— 2 : 631 


1742— 2:634 


1742 


3 


44 


TLAISTED, Samuel: 










V. C-dpt. Benjamin Wentworth 


. 


1721 


1 


308 


PLAISTOW [IIav'euiiill Distiuct] : 










represeutatives 


. 


1752 


4 


217 


1752— 4 : 380 


1753 4 : 384 


1753 


4 


386 


1754— 4 : 552 


1755— 4:558 


1755 


5 





1755 5: 41 


1755— 5:258 


1756 


5 


95 


1756— 5 : 260 


1757— 5:506 


1758 


5 


434 


1758— 5 : 436 


1758— 5:512 


1759 


6 


22H 


1760— 6 : 230 


1761— 6 : 232 


1762 


6 


256 


1762— 6 : 257 


1762— 6 : 458 


1763 


6 


462 


1764— 6:464 


1765— 7 : 176 


1766 


7 


178 


1767— 7 : 182 


17()S— 7 : 350 


1769 


7 


352 


1770— 7 : 354 


1770— 8: Ip 


1771 


8 


p2 


1771— 8 : 105 


1772— 8:115 


1773 


8 


144 


1774— 8: 164 


1774— 8:184 


1774 


8 


188 


1774— 8:194 


1771— 8 : 200 


1775 


8 


p218 


charter, copy I'equested . 


. 


1752 


4 


223 


classed for excise 


• • • • 


1755 


4 


510 


inventory 


. 


1753 


4 


294 




17f;o— 6: 86 


1761 


6 


122 


1767— 7:160 


1768— 7:218 


1773 


8 


156 


petition 


. 1754— 4:474 


1754 


4 


475 




1774— 8:194 


1774 


8 


20( » 


petitioner from 

despatches sent to . . . 


. 1756 — 5 : 151 


1756 


5 


156 


• 


1758 


5 


421 


jiart nf, annexed to Ihunpstead 


. 1766— 7: 75 


1766 


7 


76 


West, Atkinson incorporated from 


. 1766— 7 : 75 


1766 


7 


76 


1767- 7 : 139 


1767— 7 : 147 


1767 


7 


148 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



299 



161 



1775— 8 : 218 



inventory . 

bounds 

representative , 
POLLARD, John : 

petition 

POLLICY Pond [Windham] : 

families living near . 
POLLS (see also Head and Selectmen) : 

valuation of ... . 

ratable, selectmen to invoice . 

ratable, inventory of 

tax on soldiers, abated 
half of i)rovince tax laid on 
number of, in towns 



1754— 
1757— 
1759— 
1762— 
1765— 



PLAISTOW, — {continued) : 

polling off from Atkinson to . 

1768— 7 : 
partition of lands in ..... 

PLAN {see also North Hampton and Portsmotith) : 

of Merrimack and Newichwanock rivei's {which 

1737— 2: 

of this i^rovince .... 1742 — 2 : 

1745— 3 : 235 1754— 4 : 

of southern Ijoundary 

of way from crotch of Merrimack river to Coos 
of prison ........ 

PLANK : 

for fort William and Mary .... 

white oak, tax rate 1732 — 4 : 251 
1756— 5 : 136 
1758— 5 : 388 
1761— 6:213 
1764— 6:396 
PLANTATIONS {see also Trade) : 

11. M. in America 
PLANTING : 

gari'ison guarded at . 
PLAT {see2)lan). 

PLATES {see also Sea Coast and Types) 
of bills of credit 

1722— 1 : 323 
1742— 2 : 653 
1745— 3 : 243 
1745— 3 : 283 

1755— 5 : 22 

1756— 5 : 90 
1756— 5 : 156 

PLAYS : 

discountenanced 
PLOT {see also Conspiracy) : 

against the king, etc. 
PLUMER, Daniel : 

scout .... 

PLUMER, John ["Plummer"] : 

l^etition .... 
PLUMER, Richard : 

scout .... 

PLUMER, William : 

under Capt. Samuel Gerrish 
PLYMOUTH : 

1767— 7 



188 



see) 

498 
616 
442 



445 

277 

2 

265 

29 



1726— 
1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1755— 
1756— 
1759— 



1768— 
1770— 
1775— 



1727— 2: 



1761— 6: 



44 
153 
267 
306 
53 
91 
477 



1722— 1:329 



220 

49 

227 



TEAR. 



1767 
1768 
1766 



1737 
1745 
1772 
1745 
1753 
1753 

1745 
1755 
1758 
1760 
1763 
1766 

1721 

1746 



1718 
1742 
1745 
1745 
1748 
1756 
1756 
1759 

1762 

1723 

1745 

1772 

1745 

1763 

1773 
1771 
1775 

1764 

1747 



75 


1728 


, 


1729 


, 


1753 


22 


1767 


, 


1756 


, 


1763 


, 


1773 



VOL. 



7 
7 
7 



2 
3 

8 
3 

4 
4 

3 

4 
5 
6 
6 

7 



1 
2 
3 
3 
4 
5 
5 
5 



1 

o 

8 

3 

6 

8 
8 
8 

6 

4 

2 
2 
4 
7 
5 
6 
8 



PAGE. 



162 

202 
93 



505 
1159 
116 
241 
329 
345 

235 
548 
385 
105 
338 
85 

279 

374 



231 

646 
230 
282 
93 
67 
140 
478 

275 

376 

228 

126 

228 

330 

160 

78 

237 

421 

29 

140 
172 
290 
161 
123 
321 
156 



300 



Index to Journals of House of Kei'resentatives, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


POLIA', Ki>\VAiii): 










widow's land sale 


. 


1720 


1 


246 


rOMFKUV. Joseph: 










estate of 


. 


1720 


2 


30 


POOR : 










prisoners, out of state, supported . 


1729— 2:15^ 


1729 


2 


103 


ehildren of tlie, employed 


17»;6_ 7 : 63 


1760 


7 


65 


niaintenanee of the 


1771— 8: 69 


1774 


8 


lOS 


POOR, Damei.: 










to appear 


. 


1774 


8 


194 


POOH, Enoch: 










petition ..... 


. 


1772 


8 


123 


POOR, Thomas: 










rei)ort 


. 


1750 


5 


74 


POPLIN : 










set ofV from Brentwood . 


. 


1764 


6 


414 


ineori)orati<)n from Brentwood 


1704— 0:419 


1764 


6 


420 


selectmen to appear 


• • • • 


1765 


6 


435 


petitioners from 


. 


1705 


6 


451 


inventory . 1767 — 7 : 161 


1708— 7 : 220 


1773 


8 


157 


PORK : 










packing 


• 


1743 


3 


51 


treasurer has none for scouts . 


• • • 


1745 


3 


257 


of this country, for soldiers 


• • 


1746 


3 


378 


of this country, or Connecticut 


■ • • 


1746 


3 


444 


for soldiers • . . . 




1746 


3 


410 


1747— 3:455 


1748— 4 : 69 


1748 


4 


95 


1748— 4: 96 


1755— 5: 18 


1755 


5 


20 


1759— 6: 12 


1700— 6: 59 


1760 


6 


105 


allowance to each soldier 


• > 


1756 


6 


117 


tax rate . . 1752— 4 : 251 


1754— 4:445 


1755 


4 


548 


1756— 5:136 


1757— 5 : 277 


1758 


5 


3K5 


1758— 5:388 


1759- 0: 2 


1700 


6 


105 


1761— 6:213 


1702— 0:205 


1763 


6 


338 


1764— 6 : 396 


1705— 7: 29 


1706 


t 


84 


PORRESINE : 










Indian ..... 




1727 


2 


84 


PORT RovAL (see also Annapolis Royal) : 










exjiedition .... 


1711— 1: 5 


1711 


1 


11 


PORTER, Nathaniel : 










sutler . . 1762— 0:262 


1703— 6:312 


1703 


6 


313 


l^ORTER & Caldwell: 










sutlers 


1763— 6:330 


1763 


6 


331 


P0RTLEI)(;E {see also Ferriage) : 










bills 


1724— 2: 6 


1726 


2 


56 


1745— 3:230 


1744— 3:237 


1745 


3 


240 


1745— 3:241 


1745— 3:272 


1745 


3 


273 


1745— 3 : 274 


1745 3 : 270 


1745 


3 


277 


174o_ 3 : 290 


1745— 3:304 


1740 


3 


411 


PORTSMOUTH (see also Bank, the ; and 


Torons) : 








bounds unsettled 


• • • 


1712 


1 


40 


bounds poranilndated 


1715— 1:136 


1720 


1 


*253 


setting oft' lands from, to Newingt 


on 










1763— 6:374 


1763 


6 


377 


line with Newington 


1764— 6:400 


1705 


6 


437 


)ort free from imjiost 


1712— 1: 41 


1712 


1 


54 


learing of two sets of selectmen 


• 


1714 


1 


85 




1714^ 1: 88 


1714 


1 


90 


selectmen, "scandalous reflections 


and false accu- 








sations " against . 




1710 


1 


171 


disturbances about minister's salary, 


settling . 


1710 


1 


168 



Pkovince of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



301 



115 



115 

187 



1715- 
1722- 
1728- 
1732- 



1 

1; 

2: 

2: 



117 
32(3 
121 
376 



1735— 2:433 
1739— 2:542 
1745— 3 : 184 
1745— 3 : 262 
1745— 3:299 
1745— 3 : 311 
1747— 4 : 2 
1749— 4 : 104 
1751— 4: 9 
1753— 4 : 384 



558 
43 



PORTSMOUTH, — {continued\ : 

succession of ministry, inserted in act, strengthen- 
ing 1723— 1:401 

ditterences between Milldam and Bank parishes, 

vote explained 

two parishes strengthened . . . . . 
rejiresentatives 

1715— 1 

1717— 1 : 190 

1727— 2 : 101 

1731— 2:335 

1734— 2:422 

1737— 2:475 

1745— 3 

1745— 3 

1745— 3 : 298 

1745— 3:307 

1746— 3 : 368 
1749— 4 : 100 

1751— 4: 6 

1752— 4:380 

1754— 4 

1755— 5 

1756— 5 
1758— 5 
1760— 6 : 230 
1763— 6:462 
1766— 7 : 51 
1766— 7 : 103 
1768— 7 : 350 
1770— 8 : 1 p 
1772— 8:115 
1774— 8:184 

taverns 

keeper of gaol may sell, excise fi'ee 

courts in 

court-house . 1730— 2 : 330 
selectmen to settle themselves about two schools . 
free school of province located at . 
petition {see also Rye) . . . 1718 — 1:227 

1760— 6: 83 

served with copy of Newington petition 

south parish, petition . . . 1737 — 2:492 

1737— 2:500 1737— 2:526 

1740— 2 : 546 1740— 2 : 550 

selectmen, memorial of ..... . 

selectmen of, and church wardens of parishes in, to 
ajjpear ......... 

selectmen to appear . 



552 

: 41 

95 

436 



1755— 4 

1755— 5 

1756— 5 : 260 
1758— 5:512 
1761— 6 : 232 
1764— 6 : 464 
1766— 7 : 99 
1766— 7 : 178 
1769— 7 : 352 
1771— 8: 2p 

1773— 8 : 144 

1774— 8 : 187 

1715— 1 : 135 

1716— i : 188 
1737— 2:490 



TEAR. 



VOL. 



surveyors, petition of 
petitioners from 1729 — 2 : 147 
1767— 7 : 133 
allowing swine to go at 



1748- 4: 82 



1761— 6 : 128 

1767— 7 : 147 
large in, penalty 

1722— 1 : 323 
regulatino; hoo-s in ...... . 

swine regulated in 

trustees of public money in 

1722— 1:361 
old prison in, to be sold (see also Bridewell) . 
H. M. gaol in 



1723 

1718 
1720 
1715 
1716 
1727 
1730 
1734 
1736 
1742 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1746 
1748 
1750 
1752 
1753 
1755 
1755 
1757 
1759 
1762 
1765 
1766 
1767 
1770 
1771 
1774 
1775 
1718 
1726 
1730 
1737 
1718 
1724 
1748 
1763 
1723 
1737 
1738 
1740 
1738 

1747 
1748 
1766 
1758 
1761 
1769 

1723 
1759 
1771 
1722 
1727 
1724 
1744 



1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
3 
3 
3 

o 

O 

4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
/ 
7 
7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
4 
6 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 

3 
4 
7 
5 
6 
7 

1 
6 
8 
1 
2 
1 
3 



PAGE. 



411 

218 
249 

97 
173 
100 
307 
397 
457 
610 
185 
287 
301 
313 
4 

10 
216 
386 

258 
506 
228 
458 
176 
102 
182 
354 
105 
164 
218 
227 

64 

327 

494 

212 

5 

61 
347 
385 
499 
539 
560 
534 

513 
76 
86 
403 
198 
316 

402 

32 

59 

359 

108 

426 

79 



302 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



rOKTSAIOUTII, — (corUmued) 
gaol in, built 



17.".3— 
17.")G— 
1774— 



4 : 344 

.">: IS") 
S: vj:, 



prison lot sold or exchangeil 
records of deeds kept in . 
l)ul)lic records, niiiy be removed from, wlien . 
building state house at . . . 1720 — 2: 47 
17.J0— [>: O'J 17o0— 6:185 
locating state house in . . . 
state house on the parade 
holding town meetings of, iu slate house 

1704— G : 389 
lands in, valued at six shillings per acre 
trade valuation in . 
classed tor excise .... 1752 — 4 : 237 
excise sale in . 
inventory 

1700— G : 86 
1707- 7 : 160 1708— 7 : 218 
common lands in, pro])rietors of, regulated 
certain estate partly in, taxed in Greenland . 

tax proportion 

relieved as to assessments 

l)art of, i)lat 

claim 

constables, claim 

public entertainments at, 

Louisburg . 
volunteers from 
men to drill in artillery at fort 
soldiers transported . 
ill-convenienced by reason of infection of small-pox 

lately brought in 
pest-house built in . 
small-pox at 

infectious disorders at, to prevent 
partition of messuage in 
estate in, divided .... 1704 — G : 421 

estate in, sold 1759—6: 29 

estate in settled 
road from t^oos to . 
road from, to Rye 

highway to, from Stonington, etc 

projjosed shire town of Portsmouth county 

1755— 4:504 
provisions and stores purchased at . 

market n-gulated 

monopoly of fresh provisions in, to prevent . 

mob at, seize long-boat 

paving streets of ... . 1759 — 6 : 29 

17(;0_ C : 80 1760— G : 83 
plays, etc., in, discountenanced . 1762 — 0:275 
potash works in ....... 

lighthouse near mouth i>f Piscataqua harbi)r, at 



. 1737— 2:485 

• • • • • 

on news of reduction of 
. 1740— 3 : 403 



1705 — : 450 



apothecary m . 
I'ORTS.MorTII County 



1708— 7:252 



establishing 



POST-BOY : 

newspaper 



. 




• • 


1740 


1747— 3:470 


1747— 


3 : 504 


1747 


1747— 4: 31 


1753— 


4:353 


1754 



YEAR. 



1756 
1757 
1774 
1720 
1747 
1752 
1757 
1753 
1754 
1703 
1704 
1728 
1728 
1755 
1770 
1753 
1701 
1773 
1754 
1758 
1761 
1769 
1729 
1737 
1753 

1745 
1746 
1747 
1747 

1747 
1747 
1765 
1774 
1747 
1765 
1759 
1707 
1752 
1705 
1768 

1755 
1756 
1703 
1765 
1757 
1760 
1760 
1773 
1765 
1765 
1768 

1755 



VOL. 



5 

5 

8 

2 

3 

4 

5 

4 

4 

6 

6 

2 

2 

4 

8 

4 

6 

8 

4 

5 

6 

7 
o 

2 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
6 
8 
3 
7 
6 
7 
4 
6 
7 

4 
5 
6 
7 
5 
6 
6 
8 
6 
7 
7 



3 
4 
4 



PAGU. 



69 
3(»5 
201 

42 
464 
276 
306 
322 
428 
381 
401 
136 
140 
510 

41 
293 
122 
156 
*442 
368 
211 
325 
168 
486 
346 

251 

404 
478 
518 

490 
498 
454 
165 
615 
45 
30 
121 
273 
457 
277 

511 
151 
351 

43 
311 

36 

84 
136 
469 

19 
253 

504 

434 

22 

440 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



303 





TEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


POSTAGE : 










of governor's letters 


1757— 5 : 274 


1761 


6 


217 


1766 7: 64 


1767— 7 : 116 


1769 


7 


294 


1770— 8: 17 


1771— 8: 81 


1772 


8 


125 


1772 8:129 


1773 8 : 152 


1774 


8 


210 


POSTMASTER : 










voted £3 for expediting public lettei 


rs, free 


1723 


1 


394 


at Boston. 


• • ■ 


1728 


2 


142 


POSTMASTER-GENERAL : 










Henry IVIarshall paid as . 


• • • 


1726 


2 


66 


POSTHUMOUS CHILDREN : 










provided for ..... 


. 


1714 


1 


77 


POTASH : 










manufacture . 1765 — 6 : 467 


1765— 6 : 468 


1765 


6 


469 


POTTER, Abner : 










deserter 


• • • 


1761 


6 


199 


POTTER, Hugh : 










pauper, sui)})orted . 


• 


1774 


8 


200 


POTTER, Silas : 










petition 


1765— 7 : 17 


1765 


7 


20 


POUNDS : 










provided, and rescous and breach pi 


evented . 


1718 


1 


220 


POWDER (see also Gimpoivder) : 










money, etc 


. 


1711 


1 


7 


1717— 1 : 209 


1718— 1:220 


1719 


1 


240 


1720— 1:256 


1722— 1 : 351 


1726 


2 


57 


1727— 2 : 76 


1727— 2 : 80 


1728 


2 


116 


1728— 2 : 129 


1729— 2 : 154 


1731 


2 


358 


1738— 2 : 356 


1740 2 : 564 


1740 


2 


565 


1740— 2:566 


1745 3 : 257 


1747 


3 


473 


1768 7 : 244 


1768 7 : 248 


1768 


7 


249 


1768— 7 : 251 


1768— 7 : 254 


' 1768 


V 


255 


1768 7 : 258 


1772— 8 : 129 


1774 


8 


203 


supplies, etc 


1717— 1:203 


1721 


1 


271 


1721— 1:277 


1726— 2: 57 


1727 


2 


70 


1743— 3: 68 


1743 3: 73 


1745 


3 


163 


1745— 3 : 218 


1745_ 3 : 220 


1745 


3 


222 


1745— 3 : 223 


1745 3 : 226 


1745 


3 


252 


1745 3 : 256 


1746— 3:322 


1746 


3 


333 


1746— 3 : 335 


1746 3 : 337 


1746 


3 


338 


1746— 3 : 341 


1746 3 : 342 


1746 


3 


343 


1746— 3 : 345 


1746— 3 : 414 


1746 


3 


422 


1746 3 : 423 


1746— 3 : 425 


1746 


3 


43(i 


1746— 3 : 438 


1746— 3:439 


1746 


3 


441 


1746 3 : 442 


1747— 3 : 451 


1747 


3 


473 


1747— 3 : 521 


1747— 3 : 526 


1747 


4 


41 


1755— 5 : 10 


1755— 5 : 19 


1755 


5 


29 


1755— 5: 34 


1757— 5 : 205 


1761 


6 


222 


Iiouse 


1716— 1 : 177 


1721 


1 


276 




1746 3:337 


1746 


3 


439 


horns for soldiers 


• • • • 


1758 


5 


371 


POWELL, William : 










deserter 


• • • 


1722 


1 


315 


POWERS, Isaac : 










constable, relieved . 


• ■ • • 


1765 


6 


456 


POWERS, Cai't. Petek : 










muster-roll .... 


1756— 5 : 97 


1756 


5 


130 


POWERS, WiiiTCOMii : 










account ..... 


> • ■ • 


1768 


7 


236 


POWERS OF ATTORNEY: 










recorded . . . . 


1766 7: 66 


1766 


7 


70 



304 



Index to Journals of House of UEriiESENTATivES, 



17(;0— 0: 96 



POWNAI.L, (i..v. 111. .mas: 

lotttT from . 1760— 6 : 66 
PKATT. Mu. : 

vessel of ........ . 

iidvice of ........ . 

PRF.CEDKXT : 

none to l)e urnfed, for paying without grants therefor 
never to be pled, for eidisting contrary to orders, 

cle 

without [" unprecidentar'] House's request that 
council give reasons ...... 

PRECEPTS r.sYc also Sh< rij's and Members rcltirncd) : 
for choice of reiiresentatives .... 

1717— 1:206 1718— 1 
1762— 6 : 246 1762— 6 
1762— 6 : 256 1765— 7 
17(jG— 7 : 51 1766— 7 
1706— 7 : 79 1766— 7 
177;^_ 8:149 1774— 8 
1774— 8:200 1774— 8 
PRECINCTS : 

to return persons' names and ratable estates . 
rates for new i>roportion in 
to provide 
PREMILM {src lioiuUij) 
PREROGA'l'lVE : 
of the king 



224 

252 

38 

56 

99 

194 

205 



snow-shoes and moggisons 



1742— 
1756— 
1768— 



2 : 612 
5 : 138 
7:196 



of the jjovernor 



1728— 
1742— 
1767— 
1768— 
1749— 
1761— 



122 
648 
162 
257 
174 
181 



PRESBYTERIANS : 

in Chester pray for relief against paying Congrega- 
tional minister ....... 

Gofistowii, seek new parish 

of IIanii)ton, annexed to Hampton Falls 

of Hampton Falls {aftericards ScaOrook)^ dissat- 



isfied 



Pembroke, set off 



1766— 
1766— 
1763— 
1763— 



52 

95 

341 

380 



PRESC( )TT, : 

petition .... 

with arms for the State 
PPtESCOrr, Andkkw: 

petition .... 
PRESCOTT, Benjamin : 

petition, etc. 

1758— 
1768— 
PRESCO ri\ Ben.iamin, .Ik. : 

to aj.pear .... 
PRESCOIT. IIknuv: 



1766— 7 : 
1770— 8 : 
1763— 
1768— 



171.".— 



74 

: 9 

6 : 343 

7 : 263 



3 : 126 
1768— 7:235 



321 
261 



1 757— 

1 758— 
17t)8— 



5 : 299 
5 : 322 
7 : 271 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1760 


6 


1722 


1 


1754 


4 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1716 


1 


1758 


6 


1762 


6 


1765 


7 


1766 


7 


1766 


7 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1732 


2 


1742 


2 


1745 


3 


1735 


2 


1756 


5 


1768 


7 


1775 


8 


1749 


4 


1775 


8 



member . 


1774— 


8. 


170 


1774— ,S: 


172 


1774 




1774— 


8 


187 


1771— 8 


197 


1774 




1774— 


8 


211 


177,t- 8 


214 


1775 


PRESCOTT. Jc.iin: 














muster-roll 


, , 




, 


• 


, 


1724 


invalid soldier . 


, 




, 




. 


1747 



1737 
1772 
1769 

1765 
1766 
1771 
1763 
1768 

1737 
1745 

1768 

17.58 
1768 
1770 

1768 



2 

8 
7 

7 
7 
8 
6 
7 

2 
3 



5 
7 
8 



8 
8 
8 

2 
3 



FAOE. 



98 

343 

419 

239 

407 

416 

78 
440 
255 
40 
73 
102 
196 
209 

366 
649 
113 



454 
129 
195 
234 
176 
235 



491 
127 

282 

44 

85 

65 

379 

271 

498 
127 

242 

317 

260 

2 

234 

184 

199 
218 

6 
462 



PiioviNCE OF New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



305 



PRESCOTT, Cai't. Jonathan : 
men under, etc. 



1745- 
1746- 



3:269 
3 : 444 



1747- 
1754- 



3 : 462 

4 : 409 



1724— 2: 



1733— 2:377 
1765— 6 : 451 

1765— 7 : 34 

1766— 7 : 51 
1768— 7 : 185 
1768— 7 : 266 



1746— 3 : 427 
PRESCOTT, Joshua : 

petition, etc. . 

1753— 4 : 357 
PRESCOTT, Mks. Maky Fuost : 

will of, executors to sell land . 
PRESCOTT, Peter : 

claim ..... 

PRESCOTT, Samuel : 

to apjjear ..... 
PRESCOTT, WILLIAM : 

wounded v(jlunteer . 
PRESENTS : 

to Peter Colcord .... 
lieutenant-governor . 
to the Six Nations 
PRESIDENT (see also Walton, Shadrach) 
of the province (see Ctitt, John) 
of the covuicil .... 

1731— 2 : 364 
1745— 3 : 119 
1765— 6:453 
1765— 7 : 46 

1767— 7 : 165 

1768— 7 : 225 
of council for plantations (see also Lord Com- 
missioners) 

PRESS : 

tenders of the, in printing bills, paid 1743 — 3 : 65 
PRESSEY, Paul : 

l^etition . . 1759- 
PRESSING (see Impressing) . 
PREST Arms (see also Ar7ns) 

to be accounted for . 

1759 
1759 
PRETENDER : 

Prince of Wales, the 
PRETENDING : 

to be military officers, penalty 
PRIEST, Mrs. Sarah (see also Assembly) 

account ...... 

1747— 3:507 
PRINCE : 

birth of a . 1738— 2 : 529 

PRINCE OF WALES (see also Pretender) : 

nuptials of the .... 1745 — 3 : 250 

PRINCESS Sophia : 

Protestant succession through 

PRINTINCt (see also Busscll, Eleazer, and Laws and 
Secretary) : 

laws 

1747— 3 : 508 1748— 4 : 99 

1754— 4 : 462 1758— 5 : 319 
1758— 5 : 356 1759— 5 : 463 

public, session laws 

forms of oaths, etc., with laws . . . . 
bills of credit {which see) 



5:487 



5:469 

5:472 



1759— 5 : 491 



1759— 5 : 470 
1759— 5 : 473 



1745— 3:248 
1748— 4: 83 



1738— 2:531 



1721— 1:281 



TEAK. 


VOL. 


1745 


3 


1747 


3 


1753 


4 


1754 


4 


1768 


7 


1744 


3 


1770 


8 


1746 


3 


1724 


2 


1715 


1 


1754 


4 


1731 


2 


1733 


2 


1765 


6 


1765 


7 


1766 


7 


1768 


7 


1775 


8 


1744 


3 


1743 


3 


1759 


5 


1759 


5 


1759 


5 


1759 


5 


1735 


2 


1724 


1 


1746 


3 


1753 


4 


1738 


2 


1747 


3 


1735 


2 


1716 


1 


1754 


4 


1758 


5 


1767 


7 


1766 


7 


1716 


1 


1717 


1 


1737 


2 



PAGE. 

285 
484 

356 
460 

249 

109 

2 

404 

7 
139 
371 

347 
390 
452 
37 
101 
186 
236 

107 

66 

495 

468 
471 
476 

436 

419 

381 
321 

532 

516 

436 



187 
426 
330 
170 
68 
181 
203 
486 



39 



306 



Index to Journals of House of Kepkesentatiyes, 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PRINTINC;, — (coiUinned) : 


» 








proceeilings of session, libeling court 


of apjicals . 


1728 


2 


115 


governor's prochiiuations 


, 


1745 


3 


131 


joiirniils . . 1745 — 3 : 147 


1745 3 : 161 


1749 


4 


109 


1765— 7 : 4 


1765— 7 : 18 


1768 


7 


256 


17G8— 7 : 27i) 


1769— 7 : 291 


1769 


7 


332 


votes and joiu'nal of assembly 


. 


1758 


5 


444 


government (sec aho Fnwlc) . 


• • 


1758 


5 


338 


175H— 5 : 34(i 


1758— 5:423 


1760 


6 


39 


1761— 6 : 156 


1762— 6 : 280 


1765 


6 


457 


1767— 7:116 


1768— 7 : 250 


1769 


7 


332 


1769- 7:333 


1770— 8: 12 


1770 


8 


18 


1770— 8: 19 


1771— 8:103 


1773 


8 


154 


ritlSONS (fcc also Kci/s, SheriJ^'s, mid Turnkey fi) : 








building, repairing, removinir, etc. 


1714— 1 : 7H 


1715 




101 


1715 1:120 


1715— 1 : 121 


1715 




125 


1718— 1:161 


1718— 1: IS I 


1718 




225 


1718— 1 : 226 


1718— 1:227 


171H 




228 


1719— 1:238 


1720— 1:253 


1721 




285 


1721— 1:290 


1724— 1 : 423 


1728 




135 


1728— 2 : 137 


1731— 2 : 359 


1734 


2 


399 


1734— 2:404 


1734— 2:410 


1734 


2 


411 


1734— 2:415 


1734— 2:417 


1734 


2 


418 


1734— 2:419 


17:3.j_ 2:425 


1735 


2 


439 


1735 2 : 440 


1735— 2:442 


1735 


2 


44H 


1735— 2:453 


1737— 2:486 


1737 


2 


490 


1737— 2:494 


1740— 2:552 


1740 


2 


653 


1742— 2 : 645 


1744— 3 : 79 


1746 


3 


405 


1746— 3 : 417 


1747— 3:487 


1747 


3 


497 


1747_ 3 : 518 


1747— 3:522 


1747 


4 


20 


1747— 4 : 39 


1747_ 4 : 5() 


1748 


4 


65 


1748— 4 : 79 


1752— 4:276 


1753 


4 


329 


1753— 4 : 330 


1753— 4:342 


1753 


4 


343 


1753— 4 : 344 


1753— 4:345 


1754 


4 


409 


1754— 4:481 


1755 4 : 488 


1755 


4 


489 


1755 4 : 500 


1755— 4 : 503 


1755 


4 


523 


1755 4 : 529 


1755— 4:566 


1755 


5 


1 


1756— 5 : 69 


1756— 5 : 78 


1756 


5 


153 


1756— 5 : 185 


1757— 5 : 303 


1757 


5 


304 


1757— 5:305 


1758 5 : 392 


1758 


6 


393 


1759—6: 6 


1765— 6:440 


1765 


6 


444 


1765— 6:446 


1765 6 : 447 


1765 


7 


32 


1765— 7: 42 


1765— 7 : 43 


1765 


7 


46 


1766— 7 : 68 


1766 7: 94 


1770 


8 


13 


1770 8: 48 


1771— 8:101 


1771 


8 


108 


lot sold or exchanged 


1774— 8:190* 


1774 


8 


192 


1774— 8:195 


1774_ 8:197 


1774 


8 


201 


Iniilding, in IIainj)t()n, Kxeter, and V 


>over 


1726 


2 


47 


towns, except rortsniouth, to provid 


e . . . 


1730 


2 


327 


escapes, actual or feared, " insulliciency," etc. 










1714— 1: 77 


1716 


1 


152 


1716— 1:184 


171?<— 1:225 


1734 


2 


431 


1744— 3: 79 


1746— 3:403 


1747 


3 


485 


1751— 4:432 


1754— 4:433 


1754 


4 


434 


1754 4:447 


1755_ 4:523 


1756 


5 


120 


1756— 5: 133 


1756— 5 : 172 


1758 


5 


396 


1764— 6 : 392 


17fir,_ 7: 99 


1767 


7 


149 


1768— 7 : 187 


]7(;>i»- 7:188 


1768 


7 


192 


176.S— 7 : 236 


1770— 8: 11 


1770 


8 


12 


1770— 8: 13 


1770— 8: 15 


1770 


8 


33 


1770— 8: 59 


1771— 8: 90 


1771 


8 


91 



Pkovince of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



307 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


• 

PRISONS, — {continued) : 








escai^es, actual or feared, "insufficiency," etc. 








1771— 8: 99 1771— 8:101 


1771 


8 


103 


1772—8:116 1772—8:121 


1773 


8 


136 


payment of charges by, secured .... 


1718 


1 


220 


ceepers (see also Daniels, Eliphalct, and Pitman, 








Benjamin, and Tucker, Francis) 


1726 


2 


64 


1765 5: 37 


1755 


5 


38 


PRISONERS : 








committed for theft, charges upon province for, to 








prevent ........ 


1718 


1 


220 


poor, out of State, supported . . 1729 — 2 : 158 


1729 


2 


163 


support of . 1754— 4 : 478 1756— 5 : 97 


1760 


6 


64 


1763 6:381 1765 6:467 


1766 


7 


54 


for debt, relieved .... 1745— 3 : 167 


1745 


3 


177 


1745 3:178 1745 3:217 


1745 


3 


242 


1745 3:249 1764 6:409 


1764 


6 


418 


1764— 6 : 423 1765 6 : 440 


1765 


6 


454 


1765— 6 : 457 1765— 7 : 13 


1765 


7 


14 


1766— 7 : 54 1766— 7 : 64 


1767 


7 


149 


1767 7:151 1770 8: 52 


1770 


8 


60 


1770— 8: 70 1772- 8:129 


1774 


8 


169 


1774 8 : 170 1774— 8 : 193 


1774 


8 


203 


of war {see also Captives, French, and names of 








Expeditions) 


1714 


1 


75 


1714 1: 81 1745 3:235 


1745 


3 


241 


1745— 3 : 277 1745— 3 : 284 


1745 


3 


292 


1746 3:324 1746 3:339 


1747 


3 


450 


1747— 3:452 1747— 3:4.59 


1747 


3 


502 


1747— 3:503 1747— 3:517 


1754 


4 


478 


1758— 5 : 371 1758— 5 : 373 


1758 


5 


424 


1759 6: 9 1759 6: 17 


1762 


6 


283 


PRIVATES {see also Soldiers and Wages) : 








wages 


1761 


6 


193 


PRIVILEGES : 








of members 1718— 1 : 221 


1735 


2 


435 


of house 1749— 4 : 114 


1749 


4 


120 


1749— 4 : 130 1749— 4 : 131 


1749 


4 


142 


1749 4:153 1749 4:170 


1761 


6 


181 


of British colonists 


1766 


7 


58 


PRIVY Council {see also Lords) : 








king's, comjjlaint, referred to . 


1774 


8 


166 


PROBATE {see also Judges and Court) : 








act, additional ........ 


1753 


4 


332 


act, revived . 1754— 4 : 402 1757— 5 : 200 


1757 


6 


201 


oiiice, books for ....... 


1758 


5 


393 


PROCESS : 








mean, sureties in 


1718 


1 


220 


PROCESSES : 








return of, in courts 


1771 


8 


96 


PROCLABIING : 








King George H 1728— 2 : 136 


1729 


2 


160 


King George HI 


1761 


6 


120 


lieutenant-governor's commission .... 


1728 


2 


142 


1729— 2 : 167 


1731 


2 


355 


PROCLAMATION {sec also Thanksgiving) : 








king's, discountenancing vice and encoui-aging re- 








ligion 


1761 


6 


138 


governor's, etc. 


1712 


1 


57 


1722— 1:325 1730— 2:330 


1737 


2 


495 


1738— 2:528 1741— 2:609 


1746 


3 


131 



308 



Index to Journals of House of IvEpresentatives, 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


PROCLAMATION, — {Conlimicd) : 










governor's, etc. 










174r) 3:138 


1745— 3:1.39 


1745 


3 


150 


17.ir,_ 3:ir,2 


1745 3 : 200 


1745 


3 


229 


1745— 3:278 


1752— 4 : 233 


1755 


5 


11 


1755— 5: 25 


1756 5:162 


1767 


5 


291 


Ur>x— 5:311 


17(i0— 6:119 


1761 


6 


226 


1702— 6:2()3 


1762— 6:269 


1764 


6 


427 


17(;(;_ 7: 70 


1766— 7 : 100 


1768 


7 


280 


17r,n_ 7:336 


1770_ 8 : 34 


1771 


8 


97 


1771— 8: 99 


1771— 8:100 


1771 


8 


107 


1771— 8:108 


1771— 8:109 


1774 


8 


193 


dispersing .... 


. 1745— 3:259 


1745 


3 


287 




177;^_ 8:155 


1774 


8 


203 


money [" jn-oco"] . 


. 1742— 2:635 


1742 


2 


638 


1742— 2:639 


1742— 2 : 644 


1742 


3 


34 


1742— 3: 41 


1743 3: 61 


1743 


3 


66 


1744— 3: 81 


1745— 3 : 143 


1745 


3 


210 


1745 3 : 244 


1745 3 : 271 


1745 


3 


279 


1747— 3:492 


1752— 4 : 272 


1753 


3 


359 


1757— 5 : 270 


1757— 5 : 271 


1758 


4 


347 


' 1758— 5 : 348 


1758— 5:349 


1758 


5 


449 


1758— 5 : 455 


1759— 6:458 


1761 


5 


144 


1765— 6:457 


1765— 6 : 466 


1765 


6 


467 


1765— 6:468 


1765— 7: 23 


1765 


6 


27 


1765— 7 : 28 


1765 7: 30 


1766 


7 


78 


1760 7: 79 


1772— 8:116 


1772 


8 


122 


1772— 8:129 


1773— 8 : 134 


1773 


8 


149 


PRODUCE : 










countiy, for soldiers 


• ■ • • 


1746 


3 


378 


PROFANE Cursing (see also Cursing and Swearmg) : 








and swearing, to prevent 


. 


1747 


3 


496 


1747— 3:497 


1747— 3:508 


1752 


4 


257 


1753— 4 : 295 


1766— 7: 90 


1770 


8 


48 


PROFANITY : 










to suppress .... 


• 


1718 


1 


220 


PROPORTIONING (see also Committee, 


Inventories, and 








Tax): 










province tax among towns 




17 k; 


1 


170 




1723— i : 389 


1723 


1 


391 


1724— 2: 2 


1727— 2: 71 


1727 


2 


75 


1727— 2: 79 


1727— 2: 80 


1728 


2 


131 


172.S— 2 : 138 


1728— 2 : 141 


1728 


2 


142 


1728— 2 : 143 


1729— 2:156 


1729 


2 


172 


1731— 2:603 


1732— 2:366 


1732 


2 


371 


1735— 2 : 451 


1735— 2 : 452 


1742 


2 


623 


1742— 2:631 


1742— 2:643 


1742 


2 


649 


1742— 2:651 


1742— 2:652 


1743 


3 


52 


1743— 3: 61 


1745— 3 : 2U9 


1745 


3 


271 


1745— 3:279 


1752— 4 : 246 


1752 


4 


247 


175.3— 4 : 290 


175.3— 4:292 


1753 


4 


294 


1753— 4:315 


1753— 4:328 


1753 


4 


333 


1763 4 : 338 


1753— 4 : 339 


1760 


6 


92 


1760— 6 : 100 


1761— 6:139 


1761 


6 


147 


1761— 6:152 


1761— 6:199 


1761 


6 


203 


1761— 6 : 204 


1701— 6:205 


1761 


6 


206 


1761— 6:208 


1761— 6:211 


1761 


6 


215 


1761— 6:218 


1761^ 6:219 


1761 


6 


234 


1767— 7:117 


1767— 7 : 160 


1768 


7 


216 


1768— 7 : 247 


1768— 7 : 259 


1773 


8 


136 


1773— 8 : 149 


1773— 8:152 


1773 


8 


160 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



309 



PROPORTIONING, — (contmued) : 

province tax among unincori3orated persons 

1742— 2:623 
province tax among settlements on north of Massa- 



cliusetts line 
levy of 10,000 men among lirovinces 
PROPRIETARIES : 



regulated 



PROPRIETORS ; 
regulated . 



1759— 
1762— 
1763— 
1764— 
1765— 
1765— 



460 
287 
375 
392 
4 
33 



1742— 
1756— 

1753— 
1759— 
1763— 
1763— 
1764— 
1765— 
1765— 



632 
74 

307 
462 
346 
376 
393 
6 
34 



1718— 1:220 

1740— 2 : 560 1752— 4 : 275 

1757— 5 : 201 1758— 5 : 396 

1758— 5 : 422 1759— 6 : 6 
1761— 6 : 156 1761— 6 : 157 

1761— 6 : 166 1761— 6 : 176 

1762— 6 : 275 1762— 6 : 277 
1762— 6 : 284 1765— 7 : 47 
1768— 7 : 278 1771— 8 : 60 
1774— 8 : 169 1774— 8 : 170 
1774— 8 : 203 1774— 8 : 204 

PROTEST {see Dissent). 

PROTESTANT (sec also Princess Sophia) : 

cause, smiles of Providence on the .... 

succession, adhered to ..... . 

PROVIDING : 

in case of sickness ....... 

for posthumous children 

PROVINCE (.see Accounts, Bills, Box, Debts, Lands, Lines, 

Lotteries, Plan, Eeco?'ds, Seal, and 2'ax). 
PROVINCE House (see also Council and Governor) : 

building, repairing, etc. . . . 1711 — 1 : 1 

1773— 8 : 134 

PROVISIONS (see also Beans, Biscuit, Bread, Diet, Drink, 

Flour, Oinger, Indian Meal, Meat, Molasses, Peas, Pork, 

Rum, Spirituous Liquors, and Stores) : 



YEAR. 



VOL. 



for soldiers 



tax paid in 



1721- 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1746— 

1746— 

1747— 

1746— 

1746— 

1746— 

1746— 

1747— 

1748— 

1748— 

1755 — 

1755— 

1756— 

1758— 



306 
231 
252 
272 
280 
824 
332 
524 
365 
379 
391 
433 
472 
68 
96 
526 
18 
141 
425 



1722— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1746— 
1747— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 
1747— 
1747— 
1748— 
1748— 
1755— 
1755— 
1756— 
1758— 



:325 
:2o3 

257 
;276 
;281 
:325 
;338 
:525 

366 
:380 

416 
:462 



3:488 



69 

97 

1 

20 

142 

442 



1742 

1742 
1756 

1755 
1759 
1763 
1764 
1764 
1765 
1770 

1734 
1754 
1758 
1759 
1761 
1762 
1762 
1766 
1774 
1774 
1774 



1759 
1766 

1774 
1714 



1770 
1773 



1745 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1746 
1746 
1747 
1746 
1746 
1746 
1747 
1748 
1748 
1755 
1755 
1756 
1758 
1759 
1722 



4 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
8 

2 

4 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
7 
8 
8 
8 



8 
8 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

o 

o 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
6 
1 



PAGE. 



625 

638 
79 

514 
463 
352 

388 
406 

7 
47 

408 
404 
420 

15 
165 
263 
281 

62 
168 
193 
211 



20 

57 

169 
77 



53 
137 



216 
247 
271 
277 
285 
329 
349 
526 
378 
384 
421 
463 
67 
95 
525 
17 
117 
420 
9 
350 



310 



InDKX to JOIRNALS OF IIoUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


i'U(AISl()XS, — {conliituol) : 
and stores ilisposeil of 










]7.J7_ 3:506 


1747 


4 


29 


of i)roviiic'i', stolon .... 




1747 


4 


34 


none for the French 




1755 


5 


3 


fresh, monopoly of, prevented 


. 


1765 


7 


43 


PKOWSE. Thomas and y\\vv.: 










]t('tition . . 1766 — 7 : Si 


17f,(;_ 7:88 


1766 


7 


109 


PllUDKN riAL Affairs : 










regulated 


• • 


1714 


1 


78 


PUBLIC Accounts {see Accounts). 










PUBLIC K Entkktainmkn IS : 










in Portsmouth and at fort William 


and Mary on 








news of reduction of Louisburg 




1745 


3 


251 


PUBLICK (Jazetti: : 










proclamation in .... 


• 


1737 


2 


459 


PUBLICK IIoisES (see also Taverns): 










licensed by justices .... 


1715 1 : 135 


1742 


3 


42 




1742— 3: 43 


1742 


3 


44 


PUBLICK NEWS-LETTElt : 










newspaper 


. 


1718 


1 


231 


PUBLIC Revenue {see Revenue). 










PUBLICK Sekvice : 










compelling' attendance on 


• 


1716 


1 


143 


PUBLICK Stocks {see Storks). 










PUDNEY, JosEi'ii [PutnevP]: 










soldier at Rumford .... 


1748 4: 85 


1753 


4 


356 


PULCEFER, Jonathan : 










petition ...... 


. 


1760 


6 


39 


PUllCELL, GuEGOKY : 










jjetitioner 


_ 


1765 


7 


19 


PURCELL, Capt. Michael: 










allowance to, for care of sailor w 


lo froze both 








lefi:s (sec Swinsoji, John) 


• « • 


1766 


7 


lOK 


petition 


. 


1767 


7 


167 


PURINGTON, Joshua: 










petition 


. 


1745 


3 


291 


PUTNAM, 1)K. Amos: 










account 


. 


1757 


5 


274 


(iUAKEPvS: 










allirm 


1742— 2:611 


1753 


4 


348 


petition . . 1731— 2:341 


1761— 6:123 


1761 


6 


128 


1761— 6:131 


17(31_ 0:147 


1768 


7 


213 


when constables, excused fi'om collcc 


ting ministers' 








rates 




1731 


2 


346 


exempted from impressment and line 


\ '. '. '. 


1758 


5 


392 




1759— 5:488 


1759 


5 


489 




1759— 5 : 494 


1759 


5 


497 


relieved from tax .... 


• • • 


1761 


6 


131 




1761— 6:136 


1761 





158 


17fil_ fi: 166 


1761— 6:221 


1763 


6 


311 


17(j;}_ 0:348 


17(i3— 6:355 


1763 


6 


356 


17(33— 6:360 


1763— 6:365 


1763 


6 


375 


1764 6:394 


1764— 6 : 396 


1764 


6 


397 


Brentwood, relieved from tax, etc. . 


• • • 


1762 


6 


274 




1762— 6:279 


1762 


6 


280 


17fi2— 6:283 


1767— 7:120 


1769 


7 


309 


Durham, gathering from, stayed 


1714— 3: 80 


1745 


3 


301 


polling ofi from Hampton Falls 


... 


1768 


7 


213 


QUARANTINE : 










vessel lying at, from small-pox 


. 


1738 


2 


539 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



311 



QUAETERMASTER : 

jjrovided . 
wages 



5:493 
6:193 
General, 



1759— 5 : 495 
1761— 6 : 203 
etc. , Publick 



1742- 



o : 



41 



1759— 
1761— 
QUARTER Sessions (see also 
Houses and Sessions') : 

license tuverners, etc. 

adjourning .... 

constables' attendance at . 
QUARTERLY Court (see Court). 
QUEBECK : 

certain aflair, kept i)rivate from 

reducing .... 

lleet proceeded toward 

ship sent to . . . 

prisoners at, redeemed 

commissioners to proceed to 

sign of, drinldng king's health at the 
(JUEEN, The (see Address, Exchequer, and Tlianks) 

transcript of laws laid before the . 

made peace with France and Indians 

1712— 1 
QUERIES : 

proposed by Governor Shirley and Admiral Warren, 

answered 

QUIETING (see also Book Debts) : 

of credit 1715 — 1 : 138 

QUIGLY, John: 

claim ...... 

QUIMBY, Asahel: 

hired, wages stopt .... 
QUmBY, Benjamin : 

re-imbursed lor bills burnt in his house 
QUIMBY, David: 

on Captain Tash's roll 
QUINBY, Eleazer: 

petition ...... 

QUIMBY, Samuel: 

petitioner ...... 

QUINCY, Edmund: 

petition 



50 



1757— 

1758— 
1758— 
1758— 



5:289 
5:319 
5 : 331 
5:345 



1757— 5 : 290 



1758— 
1758— 
1758— 



322 
340 
347 



QUINCY, J. ['^(iuiNSV"] : 

speaker of Massacluisetts house 
QUINTON, James: 

son of, soldier, had small-pox . 
QUIT-RENTS : 

H. M., collected 
QUOTA : 



1737— 2:501 



province 



RABY [Buookline] : 
inventory . 

RACKLY, William : 
cajjtivated 

RAM ACT (see Sheep). 



1722- 
1756- 
1758- 



1 : 342 
5 : 157 
5:411 



1722— 1:829 
1755— 5 : 9 
1757— 5 : 231 
1763— 6 : 356 



TEAK. 


VOL. 


1758 

1759 
1762 


5 
6 
6 


1727 
1730 
1742 


2 
2 
3 


1711 
1711 
1711 
1714 
1714 
1747 
1761 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
6 


1711 


1 


1713 


1 


1746 


3 


1716 


1 


1773 


8 


1760 


6 


1765 


6 


1756 


5 


1761 


6 


1746 


3 


1757 
1758 
1758 
1758 
1758 


5 
5 
5 
5 
5 


1737 


2 


1761 


6 


1773 


8 


1722 
1756 
1758 
1763 


1 
5 

5 
6 


1773 


8 


1759 


6 



PAGE. 



399 

4 

254 



80 
314 

44 



10 
11 
24 
75 

81 
502 
207 



63 

409 

143 

149 

76 

436 

131 

179 

331 

249 
318 
325 
342 
357 

502 

224 

138 

341 

79 

362 

362 

158 

4 



312 



Index to Journals of House of Kepresentatives, 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


RAND, Richard: 










(lesertor 


• • • 


1722 


1 


315 


RAND, lvi(iiAKi>, ANU 11ani)AI-l, Mai;k: 










pelititui, etc. ..... 


1755— 5: 59 


1756 


5 


106 




1757— 5 : 256 


1757 


5 


257 


HAND, William: 










claim 


• 


1746 


3 


407 


RANDALL, James (see alsu Rcndtll) : 










member ...... 


1711— 1 : 1 


1711 


. 1 


8 


1711— 1 : 23 


1711— 1: 24 


1711 


1 


25 


1711— 1: 28 


1711— 1: 29 


1711 


1 


32 


1711— 1: 33 


1711— 1: 34 


1712 


1 


35 


1712— 1: 3G 


1712— 1: 37 


1712 


1 


39 


1712— 1: 41 


1712— 1 : 42 


1712 


1 


44 


1712— 1: 46 


1712— 1: 47 


1712 


1 


48 


1712— 1: 50 


1712— 1: 51 


1712 


1 


52 


1712— 1: 54 


1712— 1 : 55 


1712 


1 


56 


1713— 1: 58 


17i;J— 1: 62 


1713 


1 


63 


1713— 1: 65 


171:5— 1: 66 


1713 


1 


68 


1713 1: 69 


1713— 1: 70 


1714 


1 


79 


1714— 1 : 85 


1714— 1 : 86 


1714 


1 


91 


1714— 1: 92 


1714- 1 : 94 


1714 


1 


95 


RANDALL, Mauk (see liayid, above). 










RANDALL. Paul: 










petition . . 1756— 5:172 


1758— 5:320 


1768 


5 


396 


RANDALL, Samuel: 










muster-roll 


1746 3 : 429 


1746 


3 


533 


RANDALL, William : 










committed for damning genei 


•al assembly 










1754— 4 : 395 


1754 


4 


396 


RANDOLPH, Peyton: 










speaker house of burgesses, Virginia 


1770— 8 : 24 


1770 


8 


27 


RANCIERS (see also Rogers, Captain) : 










three companies of . 




1757 


5 


288 


enlisted 




1758 


5 


344 


in H. M. service .... 




1759 


5 


4S7 


RANKIN, Samuel: 










account 


■ • ■ 


1759 


6 


10 


guarcUans for 


1765— 7 : 40 


1765 


7 


42 


RANSOISL KiciiAKL) AND Thomas: 










under Capt. Samuel Gerrish 


• • • 


1763 


6 


330 


RATABLE Estates: 










to be returned for assessment . 




1732 


2 


366 


invoice of 




1761 


6 


122 


for qualification of voters 


1771— 8: 82 


1771 


8 


109 


schedule of 


, 


1773 


8 


136 


list of 




1773 


8 


156 


inventories of, in unincorporated places , 


1774 


8 


211 


RATABLE Polls (.see Polls). 






• 




RATJvS (see aUo Iiivciiiori/ , Tax, a?id Valuation, also Bar- 








kij, Bayhcrry Wax, Beef, Beeswax, Codfis 


h. Flax, Hemp 








Indian corn. Iron, Joist, leeUhcr, Peas, Pork, L'yc, Tal- 








low, Tar, Turpentine, and Wlicat) : 










province to be paid into treasury 


, 


1729 


2 


166 


selectmen to make .... 


, 


1728 


2 


140 


of persons now added to the government 


1742 


2 


625 


for new proportion . . ' . 


. 


1742 


2 


649 


minister, made 


, 


1743 


3 


58 


asses.'^ment and collection of 


. 


1753 


4 


360 


for taxes 


, , 


1754 


4 


445 


1755— 4 : 548 


1756— 5 : 13C 


. 1757 


5 


277 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



313 





YKAR. 


VOL. 


FAGE. 


KATES, — (co7itinued) : 












for taxes . . 1758 — 5 : o8o 


1758— 


5:388 


1759 


6 


2 


17GU— G : 101 


1761— 


6 : 213 


1762 


6 


265 


1703— 6:338 


1761— 


6 : 396 


1765 


7 


28 


RATING : 












method 


, 


. 


1770 


8 


3 




1770— 


8: 4 


1770 


8 


9 


RATIONS : 












allowance for ..... 


17.59— 


5 : 461 


1760 


6 


43 


RAWLINS, ETC. (see liollins) . 












RAYMOND : 












inventory .... 


1768— 


7 : 220 


1773 


8 


157 


fee of certain land in, settled . 




. 


1768 




271 


petition ..... 


. 




1774 




190 


petitioner from .... 




. 


1768 




233 


meeting-house located, on Sled Hill 






1768 




267 


1768 7 : 277 


1769— 


7:311 


1770 




343 


READ, Hugh: 












member 




. 


1717 




190 




1717— 


1:191 


1717 




192 


1717— 1 : 193 


1717— 


1 :194 


1717 




195 


1717— 1 : 196 


1717— 


1 : 198 


1717 




199 


1717— 1:200 


1717— 


1 : 201 


1717 




202 


1717— 1:203 


1717— 


1 : 204 


1717 




205 


1717— 1 : 210 


1717— 


1 : 211 


1717 




212 


1718— 1:213 


1718— 


1:214 


1718 




215 


1718— 1:216 


1718 


1:217 


1718 




219 


1718 1:221 


1718— 


1:222 


1718 




223 


1718— 1:221 


1718— 


1 : 225 


1718 




226 


1718— 1:227 


1718 


1 : 229 


1718 




230 


1719— 1:231 


1719— 


1 : 233 


1719 




234 


1719— 1 : 2.35 


1719— 


1 : 236 


1719 




237 


1719— 1:239 


1719— 


1:240 


1719 




241 


1719— 1:242 


1720— 


1:243 


1720 




246 


REAL Estate (see also Lands and Tenements) : 










attachable for debt . 


, 


, 


1718 


1 


220 


execution on, return of 




• 


1770 


8 


47 


partition of ... . 






1755 


4 


501 




1759— 


5 : 460 


1759 


5 


463 


1765 7: 13 


1765— 


7: 15 


1765 


7 


34 


REASONS : 












of appeal, misreciting 


. 


. 


1734 


2 


411 


of appeal, errors, etc., amended 


. 




1738 


9 


540 


of appeal need not be i'\\vx\ when 


. 1743— 


3: 75 


1713 


3 


76 


for I issent, filing by members . 


. 


. 


1745 


3 


204 


of governc)r, for vetoing vote . 


, 


, 


1746 


3 


341 


council not obliged to give 


. 




1746 


3 


416 


not customary for council to give 


, 




1756 


5 


67 


REBELLION : 












king addressed on account of . 


, 


, 


1746 


3 


317 


RECEIVERS : 












of boards ..... 


^ , 


, , 


1721 


1 


286 


of excise 


. 


, 


1721 


1 


281 


1721— 1:281 


1735- 


- 2:445 


1735 


2 


447 


1772— 8: 118 


1773— 


- 8 : 137 


1774 


8 


168 


RECEPTION : 












of governor (which sec also) 


. 


. 


1747 


4 


41 


RECESS : 












governor petitioncnl for a 


. 1773- 


8 : 141 


1773 


8 


143 


RECORD Book (see also Books) : 












allowance for .... 


• • 


. 


1745 


3 


291 



40 



31-4 Index to Journals of TIorsK of Uki'keskntatives, 





YEAR. ' 


VOL. 


I'AUE. 


UEC01iI)P:K (see also CommiUec, Register 


Secretanj, and 






names of several Recorders) : 










of deeds. et<'., for the provinee : 




1 






William Vuu^diaii . 




171S 


1 


213 


Samuel Peiiiialiow . 




1719 


1 


237 


Mark Hunkiiig 


, 


1722 


I 


.367 


Joshua IVircie 


, 


1743 


2 


147 


Daniel I'eiree 


1743— 3: 57 


i 1756 


5 


HO 


Andrew (larkson . 


1756— 5: 67 


1756 


5 


76 


ehoiee of, additional 


• • > 


1742 


3 


40 


1742— 3: 43 


]74:J— 3: 4.'^ 


1743 


3 


5H 


1743— 3: 59 


1745— 3: 12(j 


1745 


3 


127 


174.5_ ;3 : 122 


1745— 3 : 152 


^ 1745 


3 


175 


1745— 3:17S 


174.5— 3:17U 


1745 


3 


196 


1745— 3: 197 


1745— 3 : 19,^ 


! 1745 


3 


212 


1745— 3:213 


1749— 4 : 161 


1749 


4 


163 


1749 4:165 


1752— 4:221 


1752 


4 


241 


1756— 5 : «1 


1759— 5 : 465 


» 1765 


6 


442 


choice of. for counties (xcc fiUo several names) : 








Cheshire, Josiaii Willard 


. 


1771 


8 


85 


Cheshire, Josiah AVillard. .Ir. 






1774 


8 


205 


CJrafton, John Ilurd 






1773 


8 


141 


IlilLsboro', Samuel IIoIkuI 






1771 


8 


84 


Koekin<;ham, Daniel I'eiree 






1771 


8 


83 


Rockingham, Joseph Teiree 






1774 


8 


165 


StralVord, Thomas W. Waldron 




1773 


8 


141 


pro tempore : 










Daniel Peirce 




1743 


3 


50 


chosen every three years 




1722 


1 


372 


chosen by house alone 


, , 


1742 


3 


39 




1742— 3: 4r 


) 1742 


3 


43 


fees . . . 172G— 2: 42 


1730— 2:32/ 


' 1732 


2 


369 


1733— 2:379 


1733— 2 : 3Si 


J 1733 


2 


392 


173 1— 2 : 401 


1735— 2:44( 


5 1737 


2 


480 


173.S— 2:535 


1740— 2 : 54i 


1742 


2 


62H 


1745— 3:212 


1745— 3 : 2K 


5 1746 


3 


3H(i 


1747— 3:510 


1749— 4 : 165 


> 1752 


4 


228 


1753— 4 : 329 


1751— 4 : 37/ 


) 1754 


4 


397 


1755— 4:491 


1755— 4:50; 


" : 1756 


6 


68 


175C— 5 : 76 


1757— 5:2i: 


\ ; 1757 


5 


252 


175«— 5:330 


1759— 5 : 46/ 


) 1759 


6 


5 


17G0_ D: 49 


1760— 6: 6 


I 1761 


6 


137 


1761— 6: 139 


1762— 6:24^ 


1 1762 


6 


242 


1762— 6:250 


1762— 6:27 


1 1763 


6 


320 


1763 6 : 322 


1765— 6 : 44; 


I 1766 


7 


67 


1m. nd . . 1745— 3:245 


1746— 3 : 31; 


) 1746 


3 


394 


1747- 3:512 


1754— 4 : 37. 


i 1754 


4 


404 


17.54— 4:405 


175.5— 4 : 49 


I 1755 


4 


507 


1755— 5 : 59 


1755 5: 6! 


2 1756 


5 


6M 


1756— 5: 76 


1756— 5: 81 


I 1757 


5 


213 


1757— 5 : 225 


17,58— 5 : 33( 


) 1 1758 


5 


360 


1759— 5:465 


17o9— 6: 1 


) 1760 


6 


49 


1760— 6: 61 


1761— 6:i;V 


1761 


(; 


139 


1762— 6:242 


1762— 6:25( 


1 1762 


6 


271 


1763 6:. 320 


1763— 6:33' 


1766 


7 


67 


1767— 7: 117 


1768— 7:23' 


1 < 1768 


7 


247 


oaths (iv/iiek see also) 


• 


1746 


■^ 


394 


1761— 6:141 


176tti^ 7 : 6' 


J 1767 


7 


117 


1768— 7 : 237 


1768— 7 : 24" 


1 , 1770 


7 


356 


records transferred . 


. 1722— 1:37: 


i 1729 


2 


151 


records constantly kei)t in the Bank in 1 


'ortsmoutl 


1 1726 


2 


42 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



315 



RECORDER, — {contiymed) : 

papers arranged ami indexed . 
enabled to i)erfect books and deeds 



1743— 
1765— 



3: 

7: 



72 
34 



66 
153 



1762— 6 : 241 



papers in ollice examined 

office closed .... 

office re-oi^ened 

office regulated 

the late, no complaints heard of 

arraigned for dilatoriuess, etc., declares fees insuf- 
ficient ....... 

certificate of, required for work 

books of, jjrinteil blanks for 

recording regulated . . . 1766 — 7 : 

1773— 8 : 
RECORDS : 

I)ublic, safety of . . . 

public, fire-proof building for . 

province, custody of ..... 

of general assembly, copies given . 
RECOVERY OF Debts (see Debts). 
RECRUITING Officers (see also Muster Master) : 

to account for bounty money .... 

bonds (which sec also) ..... 

allowance to .... . 1760 — 6 : 
1762— 6 : 264 1762— 6 : 

petition ........ 

RECRUITS : 

letter about, from Genei-al Wentworth . 
REDEMPTION (see also Bills of Credit and Captives) 

of lands taken by execution .... 

of mortgages ....... 

REDMAN, John: 

member ..... 



95 
293 



REDMAN, Joseph: 

invalid volunteer 

REDNAPP, Colonel: 
royal engineer . 

REED, James: 

meetings called by 



1722- 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1723— 
1723— 
1723— 
1723— 
1724— 
1724— 
1725— 
1725— 
1725— 
1726— 
1726— 
1726— 
1727— 



1 : 330 
1:342 
1 : 346 
1:351 
1:355 
1 : 359 
1 : 369 



1: 
1: 
1: 
1: 
1: 
2: 
2: 
2: 
2: 
2: 
2: 
2: 
2: 



377 

382 

387 

396 

430 

1 

12 

20 

23 

34 

49 

59 

74 



1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1723— 
1723— 
1723— 
1723— 
1724— 
1724— 
1724— 
1725— 
1725— 
1725— 
1726— 
1726— 
1726— 
1727— 



1: 
1: 
1: 
1: 
1: 
1: 
1: 
1: 
1: 
1: 
1: 
1: 
1: 
2: 
2: 
2: 
2: 
2: 
2: 
2: 
2: 



326 
335 
343 
348 
353 
356 
366 
373 
379 
383 
389 
413 
432 
3 

13 
21 
27 
39 
60 
63 
79 



1746— 3 : 330 



1712- 



1774— 8 



50 
170 



TEAR. 


VOL. 


1742 


2 


1743 


3 


1743 


3 


1766 


7 


1749 


4 


1749 


4 


1752 


4 


1756 


5 


1762 


6 


1763 


6 


1765 


7 


1766 


7 


1773 


8 


1747 


8 


1762 


6 


1773 


8 


1758 


5 


1747 


3 


1760 


6 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1747 


3 


1742 


2 


1717 




1724 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1722 




1723 




1723 




1723 




1723 




1724 




1724 




1724 


2 


1725 


2 


1725 


2 


1726 


2 


1726 


2 


1726 


2 


1727 


2 


1727 


2 


1746 


3 


1711 


1 


1712 


1 


1774 


8 



PAGE. 



652 

70 

74 

62 

126 

154 

227 

76 

241 

353 

39 

70 

154 

464 
249 
140 
431 



491 
103 
254 
298 
508 

616 

197 
428 

327 

339 

345 

349 

354 

357 

367 

375 

381 

384 

393 

426 

433 

8 

15 

22 

30 

45 

55 

67 

87 

404 

2 
51 

212 



31(5 



Tni>kx to Journals of House of liKrRESENTAXivES, 





YEAU. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


KEKI), (Ai^r. I'liii.i.ii-: 








of sloop Spooilwcll .... 174G — 3:314 


1747 


3 


44 'J 


1717_ ;]:450 1747— 3:452 


1717 


3 


459 


UEFOUMATION : 








of iiiiiniitTs, to secure ...... 


17 IS 


1 


220 


REGlS'l'KIt OK Dkkds (.sw also lUnnukr) : 








fon.'iultiitioii on, with p^overiior .... 


1743 


3 


47 


one in cacli i-onnlv, prf)posetl ..... 


1755 


4 


511 


IIKGISTIIY «.K DKKu.sr 








C(;rt;iiii reccnuls in, made jrood and valid, tic. . 


17GH 


7 


247 


KEdlSTKR OF Wii.l-s (s,r also rrohfite) : 








books for ......... 


1714 


3 


81 


REGiSTK.VnoN {sec also Births mid Deaths) : 








of births, ete 


1727 


2 


104 


of christenings, etc. ...... 


1727 


2 


107 


of nianm-rs ........ 


17G0 


G 


io<; 


RE-lMr.i;i!SEMENT: 








of rxprn.se incurred by pi'ovince .... 


1758 


5 


425 


RE-ENFOK("EMENT: 








necessai-y at Louisburjj, etc 


1745 


3 


207 


1745— 3:20'J 1745— 3:210 


1745 


3 


220 


17.1o_ 3:224 1745— 3 : 22G 


1745 


3 


231 


1745— 3:232 1745— 3:235 


1745 


3 


24G 


1745— 3:252 1745— 3:253 


1745 


3 


259 


1745 3:285 174G 3:320 


174G 


3 


394 


174(J_ 3 : 407 1748— 4 : 74 


1755 


5 


9 


1755— 5: 24 1755— 5: 34 


1756 


5 


135 


RELKIION : 








.school to instruct Indians in .... . 


1763 


G 


321 


REMONSTRANCE: 








ao;ainst insufficiency of prison 


171G 


1 


184 


of the <rrievance of representatives, governor prays 








to lay before king ...... 


1717 


1 


198 


about debts of £1730, bills of credit, etc. 


1740 


2 


561 


of Josiah Willard 


1755 


4 


503 


of John Hall 


1765 


7 


42 


against impositions and taxes ..... 


1765 


6 


430 


of New York house of assembly, to common^ 


1775 


8 


223 


RENDELL, John (.see also Randall) : 








petition 


1757 


5 


230 


^lENDELL, Mason : 








petition 


1757 


5 


225 


RENT: 








of governor's house, raising 


1770 


8 


50 


REPEALINC; : 








sundry old MS. laws ...... 


1723 


1 


400 


1723 1 : 402 


1723 


1 


409 


REPRESENTATION {sec also Unjust, etc.) : 








of New York house of assembly to commons of 








Great Britain 


1775 


8 


223 


basis of towns' .... 17G2— G : 257 


1762 


6 


262 


RJOPRESENTATIYES {sec also Assemblymen, Members, 








and Rooms) : 








choice, previous notice of . . 1715 — 1:135 


1723 


1 


401 


elected triennially .... 1721— 1 : 272 


1723 


1 


401 


1723— 1:406 1723— 1:412 


1726 


2 


40 


1727— 2:102 1727— 2: 103 


1727 


2 


109 


1727— 2:110 172&— 2:127 

1728— 2:130 173o— 2:434 


1728 


2 


128 


1745 


3 


204 


sending regulated .... 17C8 — 7 : 187 


1774 


8 


203 


room for 174G— 3 : 381 


1747 


3 


507 



Province of New Hampshiee, 1711-1775. 



317 



REPRESENTATIVES (see also Mustcr-Rolls) 



legal, of soldiers, to draw pay, etc. 



3: 
3: 

3; 

4: 
4: 
5: 



2C8 
388 
395 
317 

357 

28!) 



1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1747— 
1753— 
1754— 
1759— 



3: 
3: 
3: 
3: 
4: 
4: 
G: 



177 

293 
393 
452 
318 
434 
IG 



1745 

174G— 

1746— 

1753— 

1753— 

1757— 
RESENT [obsolete for acknoivledge'] : 

house gratefully, king's condescension 
RESOLUTIONS : 

of general congress at New York . . . . 

of house of commons . . . 1775 — 8 : 230 

of Connecticut house of representatives . 

of Maryland house of burgesses . 1770 — 8 : 30 

of Massachusetts house of representatives 

of New York house of assembly . . . . 

of Virffinia house of burs:esses . . . . 



179 



1774- 

1774- 



177 
179 



80 
64 



1721- 
1738- 
1752- 



1: 
2 

4; 



281 
535 
236 



1774— 8 
RESTRICTIONS : 

laid upon the house . 
RETAILERS (see also Tavcrners) : 

of spirituous liquors 

1727— 2 
1748— 4 
RETRACTION : 

of vote on court of appeals, required of house by 

council . 

RETURNS (see Executions^ Precepts, Processes, and Writs) . 
REVENUE (see also Latch) : 

liublic .... 
REVIEW : 

volunteers called together for 

writs in, service of . 
REVISION (see Laws). 
REWARDS : 

for soldiers 
RHODE Island: 

reiDresented on boundary commission 

1730— 2:322 1730— 2 

bills of credit, counterfeited .... 

counterfeiter of pi'ovince bills in . 

act of Massachusetts concerning 

sloops coasting between, and New Hampshire 

prisoners, redemption of 

commissai'y 

general assembly, letter from 



1721— 1:279 
1746— 3:414 



1760— 6 



323 



court of inquiry held in 
RICHARDS, Benjamin: 

on Captain Tash's roll 
RICHARDSON, Bradbury: 

claim 
RICHARDSON, Samuel: 

petition 
RICHARDSON, William: 

member . 



1773- 

1774- 



8:161 

8:177 



1760— 6 : 40 



1755— 
1756— 
1766— 
1756— 



5: 



44 
65 
69 
96 



1755— 
1756— 
1756— 
1756— 



60 

67 

73 

109 



TEAR. 


VOL. 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1753 


4 


1753 


4 


1756 


5 


1762 


G 


1760 


G 


17(;G 


7 


1775 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1774 


8 


1775 


8 


1770 


8 


1774 


8 


1714 


8 


1758 


5 


1721 


1 


1748 


4 


1760 


6 


1728 


2 


1730 


2 


1746 


3 


1768 


7 


1761 


6 


1730 


2 


1730 


2 


1740 


2 


1755 


5 


1744 


3 


1729 


2 


1747 


3 


1757 


5 


1765 


6 


1773 


8 


1774 


8 


1756 


5 


1759 


6 


1760 


G 


1755 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 



PAGE. 



221 
313 
394 
316 
344 
110 
296 

44 

57 
231 
179 
181 
177 
222 

27 
178 
181 

361 

284 
63 
99 



116 



311 

415 
198 



193 

316 
326 
562 
15 
84 
154 
502 
306 
430 
162 
179 

131 

26 

60 

258 
68 
78 

110 



318 



Index to .Journals of House of Representatives, 











\\:\\t. 


VOL. 


PAOK. 


KICIIAKDSON, Wii.i.iAM, — (co7i^imm/) : 








nieniber . 


1756— 5:111 


1756— 


5:112 


1756 


6 


123 




1756— 5 : 127 


1756— 


5:141 


1756 


6 


170 




1756— 5:173 


1756 


5:174 


1756 


5 


178 




17.-,6— 5: 187 


1756- 


5:18S 


1756 


5 


260 




1756— 5:515 


1757— 


5:210 


1757 


6 


230 




1757— 5 : 238 


1757— 


5 : 264 


1757 


5 


♦268 




1757— 5:271 


1757— 


5 : 272 


1757 


5 


273 




1757— 5:274 


1757— 


5 : 305 


1757 


5 


307 




1757— 5 : 308 


1757— 


5:506 


1758 


6 


311 




1758— 5:313 


1758— 


5:315 


1758 


6 


319 




1758— 5:320 


1758— 


5 : 322 


1758 


5 


324 




17;-,8_ 5:332 


1758— 


5 : 33S 


1758 


5 


352 




1758— 5 : 353 


1758— 


5:354 


1758 


5 


359 




1758— 5 : 360 


1758— 5 : 367 


1768 


5 


374 




1758— 5:375 


1758— 


5 : 378 


1758 


5 


384 




1758— 5:385 


1758 


5:389 


1768 


5 


395 




1758— 5:398 


1758— 5 : 399 


1768 


5 


425 




1758— 5 : 431 


1758— 


5:434 


1768 


5 


436 




1758— 5 : 512 


1759— 


5 : 495 


1769 


6 


7 




1759— 6: 10 


1759— 


6: 12 


1759 


6 


15 




1760 6: 73 


1760 


6: 74 


1760 


6 


109 




1761— : 123 


1761— 


6:126 


1761 


6 


134 




1761— 6:140 


1761— 


6:178 


1761 


6 


180 




1761— 6 : 194 


1761— 


6 : 196 


1761 


6 


197 




1761— 6:216 


1761— 


6:220 


1761 


6 


232 


RICILMOND: 














inventory . 




1768— 


7 : 245 


1773 


8 


159 


RlCHRIONirS Island: 














Ijoats cruising near . 






1711 


1 


22 


KIDDLE, John: 














selectman of Dei-i 


rylield . 






1753 


4 


353 


llKillT : 














of house to examine and allow treasurer's accounts, 








undoubted . 


■ • > * 


1722— 


1:358 


1722 


1 


368 


of house to appoint committees, un( 


oubted 




1744 


3 


98 


RIGHTS : 














of Britisli colonist 


s . 






1766 


7 


58 


natural, of Britisli 


subjects 






1770 


8 


22 


and privileges of 


Americans 


. 




1774 


8 


215 


RINDCiE (^sce also Howl 


y-Canaila) : 












inventory . 


. 






1773 


8 


159 


RINDGE. Ann (see als< 


Names Changed) 












])ctition 


. • . • 


1745— 


3 : 165 


1745 


3 


167 


RINDCiE. Danikl: 














of the council . 


1765— 7: 19 


1766— 


7: 98 


1767 




119 




1767— 7 : 122 


1767— 


7:170 


1768 




194 




1768— 7:197 


1768— 


7:198 


1768 




205 




1768 7 : 237 


1768— 


7 : 266 


1768 




272 




1769— 7 : 299 


]7(;9— 


7:314 


1769 




319 




1769— 7:321 


1770— 


7:340 


1770 




343 




1770 7:344 


1770— 


7 : 356 


1770 




357 




1770— 8: 5 


1770— 


8: 7 


1770 


8 


8 




1771— 8: 63 


1771— 


8: 84 


1771 


8 


88 




1771— 8: 93 


1771— 


8: 95 


1771 


8 


110 




1772— 8 : 121 


1772— 


8:122 


1773 


8 


149 




1773— 8:151 


1774— 


8 : 165 


1774 


8 


170 




1774— 8 : 188 


1774-5- 


S: 1S9 


1774 


8 


195 




1774— 8:201 


1774— 


8 : 202 


1774 


8 


207 


RINDGE, Isaac: 














account 


• • . ■ 


1769— 


7:324 


1769 


7 


332 



Province of N'ew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



319 



IIINDGE, John: 

agent at court, member, comicilor 



2:361 
2 : 395 
2 : 403 
2:411 
2:422 
426 
439 
446 
468 
464 
2:475 
2:481 
2:492 
2:530 
2:536 
2 : 550 



107 
119 
130 
462 
242 
251 
6 : 265 
6:282 



1731— 
1733— 
1734— 
1734— 
1734— 
1734— 
1735— 
1735— 
1736— 
1736— 
1737— 
1737— 
1737— 
1738— 
1738— 
1740— 

mortgage of John Hall to 
RING, Setii: 

to apjjear 
MOT (see also Assault) : 

act 

1727— 
1728— 
1728— 
1754— 
1762— 
1762 — 
1762— 
1762— 

breaking and rescuing from prison 

in Portsmouth, long-boat seized 
RIVERS : 

sux'vey of the .... 

obstructing passage of fish in . 
ROADS (see also Highvmys) : 

through the province, necessary 



1771— 8 : 75 
ROBBERY : 

to suppress .... 
ROBERTS, Alexander, etc. : 

claim ..... 

ROBERTS, Axwell: 

account ..... 

1722— 1 : 317 
ROBERTS, Daniel : 

on Captain Tasli's roll 
ROBERTS, John: 

scout ..... 

ROBERTS, JosEi'ii : 

muster-roll, etc. 
ROBEirTS, Moses : 

mistake regarding, corrected 
ROBERTS, TiMOTUY : 

muster-i-oll .... 
ROBINSON, James: 

petition ..... 



1731— 
1731— 

1734— 
1734— 
1734— 
1734— 
1734— 
1735— 
1735— 
1736— 
1736— 
1737— 
1737— 
1737— 
1738— 
1740— 
1740— 



339 
363 
400 
406 
416 
423 
429 
441 
2:447 
2 : 460 
2 : 465 
2:477 
2:486 
2:515 
2:531 
2:544 
2:560 



1721— 1:269 
1728— 2: 112 
1728— 2 : 120 
1754— 4:441 
1758— 5 : 319 
1762— 6 : 243 
1762— 6:252 
1762— 6 : 268 
1762— 6:298 



TEAR. 



1770— 7:343 

1770— 8 : 43 

1771— 8 : 79 



1747— 4: 17 

1723— 1:370 

1726— 2: 56 

1724— 2: 6 

1745— 3:276 



1731 
1731 
1732 
1734 
1734 
1734 
1734 
1735 
1735 
1736 
1736 
1736 
1737 
1737 
17.37 
1738 
1740 
1740 
1743 

1745 

1721 
1728 
1728 
1754 
1761 
1762 
1762 
1762 
1770 
1754 
1758 

1727 
1764 

1770 

1770 
1771 
1771 

1718 

1747 

1722 
1723 

1756 

1745 

1763 

1757 

1745 

1763 



VOL. 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 



1 
2 

2 
4 
6 
6 
6 
6 
8 
4 
5 

2 
6 

7 
8 
8 
8 



PAGE. 



335 
359 
367 
401 
410 
417 
424 
433 
445 
457 
463 
469 
480 
489 
517 
534 
548 
565 
58 

123 

283 
114 
128 
448 
219 
250 
264 
271 
48 
432 
311 

112 
399 

337 
35 
60 
80 

220 

18 

315 
392 

131 

228 
313 
232 
278 
370 



320 



Index to Journals of House of liEi'UESENTATivES, 





YEAB. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


KOBINSOiN, J.. UN: 
















iiccount, etx:. . 


, 


, 


172;)— 


1 : 390 


1726 


2 


56 




1727— 


2: 'jy 


1729— 


2 : 146 


1729 


2 


155 




1729— 


2:10!< 


1730— 


2 : 332 


1744 


3 


92 




17(50 


(i: <J1 


1764— 


6 : 391 


17G4 


6 


394 


UOIJINSON, Samikl: 
















petition 






176.3— 


6 : 367 


1763 


6 


370 


UOIJINSON, SiK Thomas: 














letter from 




, 


1754— 


4: 474 


1751 


4 


475 




1755 ' 


4:502 


1755— 4 : 615 


1755 


4 


516 




175G 


5: S9 


1756- 


5 : 102 


1756 


5 


115 


KOBY, Icj(Aiu)i): 
















ineiiiber 


. 




. 




1735 


2 


433 




1735— 


2 : 434 


1736— 


2:457 


1736 


2 


458 




1736— 


2:469 


1739— 


2 : 542 


1740 


2 


548 




1740— 


2:561 


1740 


2:564 


2742 


2 


610 




1742— 


2 : 651 


1743— 


3: 51 


1743 


3 


56 




174:3— 


3: 64 


1743— 


3: 68 


1743 


3 


72 




1744— 


3: 83 


1744— 


3: 89 


1744 


3 


94 


kociiestp:r : 
















petition 


. 




. 




1734 


2 


403 




1737— 


2 : 490 


1737— 


2:491 


1742 


2 


626 




1742— 


2:627 


1747— 


3 : 458 


1747 


4 


21 




1747— 


4: 22 


1770— 


8: 41 


1770 


8 


42 


ratable estates . 


. 


. 


, 


, 


1742 


2 


643 


inventory 


1753— 


4 : 293 


1760 


6: 86 


1760 


6 


122 




1767— 


7: KiO 


17G8— 


7:218 


1773 


8 


157 


elassed for excise 


, 








1755 


4 


510 


jiroposcil land tax i 


n, unjust 


, 


, 


1756 


5 


^^(^ 


(^iiaki'rs exempt fr 


om tax 








1761 


6 


131 


highway lax 


, 


, 




, 


1768 


7 


191 








1768— 


7:215 


1768 


7 


217 




1772— 


8:120 


1772— 


8:121 


1772 


8 


127 


liinds taxed 


. 




, 


, 


1771 


8 


108 


(Ict'fllCl' of 


, 


, 


1745 


3 : 165 


1745 


3 


255 




1745— 


3:276 


1745— 


3 : 277 


1745 


3 


278 




1746 


3:324 


1746— 


3 : 349 


1746 


3 


409 




1746— 


3:414 


1746— 


3:422 


1746 


3 


423 




1747— 


3:462 


1747— 


3:480 


1747 


3 


611 




1747— 


3:512 


1747— 


4: 14 


1747 


4 


80 




1747— 


4: 35 


1748— 


4: 67 


1748 


4 


68 


f 


1748— 


4: 74 


1748— 


4 : 497 


1752 


4 


238 




1753- 


4 : 328 


1753— 


4 : 349 


1753 


4 


365 


reju-esentative 


, 


, 


1762— 


6 : 458 


1763 


6 


462 




1764— 


6 : 4(i4 


1765— 


7:176 


1766 


7 


178 




1767— 


7 : 182 


1768— 


7 : 350 


17<i9 


7 


352 




1770 


7 : 354 


1770 


8: 17 


1771 


8 


27 




1771— 


8 : 105 


1772— 


8:115 


1774 


8 


164 




1774— 


8:184 


1774— 


8:188 


1775 


8 


218 


bills of credit burnt in hou 


se in 




, 


1768 


7 


202 


Iiii!:li\vays 


. 




1771— 


8: 64 


1771 


8 


95 


select men 


, 




, 


. 


1773 


8 


155} 


l{0('KiN(;iIAM CoiNTV 
















recorder, Daniel I'eiree 








1771 


8 


83 








1772— 


H: 121 


1773 


8 


149 


recorder, .Joseph P 


eirce . 








1771 


M 


165 








1774— 


8 : 202 


1774 


S 


2(»4 


slieriir 


, 




1772— 


8: 122 


1773 


8 


155 


to pay Slralloi'd county 








1773 


8 


153 


KOCKS: 
















at Amoskeag Falls, 


blown 


ip . 






1761 


6 


197 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



321 





YEAH. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


ROE, Amos: 










under Capt. Samuel Gerrish 


. • > 


1763 


6 


330 


ROE, RoiJERT: 










claim 


■ • ■ 


1746 


3 


444 


ROGERS, Captains: 










two, of the Rangers 


. 


1757 


5 


288 


ROGERS, Daniel: 










three sons of, names changed . 


1768— 7 : 246 


1768 


7 


247 


1768— 7 : 252 


1768 7 : 253 


1768 


7 


259 


of the council . 1769— 7 : 281 


1769— 7 : 283 


1769 


7 


299 


1769— 7 : 307 


1769— 7 : 308 


1769 


7 


311 


1769— 7:313 


1769— 7 : 314 


1769 


7 


316 


1769— 7:317 


1771— 7 : 326 


1771 


8 


63 


1771— 8 : 73 


1771— 8: 95 


1771 


8 


110 


1772— 8 : 122 


1772— 8 : 125 


1773 


8 


141 


1773 8 : 142 


1774— 8 : 188 


1774 


8 


197 


1774— 8:201 


1774— 8 : 207 


1774 


8 


214 


ROGERS, Danikl and otiieks: 










petition ...... 


1764— 6:402 


1764 


6 


422 


1770— 8 : 13 


1770 8: 63 


1770 


8 


65 


ROGERS, Rev. James: 










settlement 


1716— 1 : 168 


1718 


1 


218 


ROGERS, James and Charles: 










claim ...... 


• • ■ 


1748 


4 


77 


ROGERS, Madam: 










petition 


> . • 


1729 


2 


171 


ROGERS, Rev. Nathaniel: 










interest on bonds held by 


. . 


1720 


1 


261 




1721— 1 : 275 


1722 


1 


322 


supi^ort of successors by tax . 


■ • • 


1723 


1 


401 


ROGERS, Dr. Nathaniel: 










member, speaker .... 


• • • 


1735 


2 


433 


1735— 2:439 


1735 2 : 430 


1735 


2 


446 


1742— 2 : 645 


1745— 3 : 115 


1745 


3 


116 


1745 3:117 


1745— 3 : 120 


1745 


3 


123 


1745 3 : 153 


1745— 3 : 158 


1745 


3 


161 


1745— 3 : 1(53 


1745— 3:172 


1745 


3 


178 


1745— 3 : 180 


1745— 3 : 184 


1745 


3 


185 


1745— 3 : 187 


1748 3 : 189 


1745 


3 


197 


1745— 3 : 201 


1745— 3:202 


1745 


3 


204 


1745— 3 : 205 


1745— 3 : 207 


1745 


3 


212 


1745— 3:215 


1745— 3 : 217 


1745 


3 


229 


1745— 3:233 


1745 3 : 237 


1745 


3 


245 


1745— 3 : 250 


1745— 3:284 


1745 


3 


287 


1745— 3 : 298 


1746 3 : 313 


1746 


3 


322 


desired to a(hninistcr to soi'cly wounded soldier 


1745 


3 


227 


estate of, administrator's account 


. 


1746 


3 


343 


ROGERS, l)u. RoiJKRT : 










captain, major 


• • • 


1745 


3 


302 




1746 3 : 330 


1756 


5 


124 


1756— 5 : 133 


1761— 6 : 222 


1761 


6 


321 


1761— 6 : 326 


1763 6 : 327 


1763 


6 


329 


ROGERS, Stei'HEN : 










account 


. 


1769 


7 


295 


ROGUES : 










to suppress ..... 




1718 


1 


220 


ROLFE, Col. Benjamin [" RoLi-ir'] : 










clerk of boundary commission 


. 


1737 


2 


508 


orders sent by 


• > * 


1744 


3 


105 


petition, etc. 1744— 3 : 228 * 


1745— 3 : 177 


1745 


3 


199 


1745 3 : 206 


1745— 3:225 


1745 


3 


228 



41 



322 



Index to Journals of House of Kepresentatives, 





YKAR. 


VOL. 


FAQE. 


KULFK, Col. I'.iin.iamin, — (Conlinued) : 










member elect ..... 


• • • 


1745 


3 


116 


muster-roll . 1745— 3:197 


1745— 3 : 198 


1745 


3 


206 


ROLLS (Sec Muster- RulU) : 










ROLLINS, Alice and Samuel: 










petition 


1754— 4:485 


1754 


4 


486 


1755— 4:522 


1755— 4:539 


1755 


5 


38 


ROLLINS. Dkuukaii : 










to appear ..... 


• • 


1770 


7 


339 


ROLLINS, IlENHV: 










)etiti(in ...... 


. 


1755 


4 


533 


ROLLINS, John: 










under Capt. John Gihnaii 


. 


1726 


2 


41 


estate of 


. 


1753 


4 


349 


soldier, had small-pox 


. 


1761 


6 


178 


ROLLINS, Joseph: 










petition, etc. . 1742—2:050 


1742— 2:651 


1746 


3 


404 


muster-roll 


• • • 


1746 


3 


380 


ROLLINS, Joshua: 










petition ..... 


. 


1761 


6 


124 


ROLLINS, NoAii: 










petition 


1770— 7 : 338 


1770 


7 


339 


1770— 7:345 


1770— 8: 1 


1770 


8 


5 


ROLLINS, S.vmlel: 










soldier under Colonel Blanchard 


• . • 


1756 


5 


75 


ROLLINS, Thomas : 










claim 


1752— 4:254 


1753 


4 


341 


ROMAN, Feteu: 










French prisoner, cared for 


. 


1746 


3 


324 


ROOMS (<S'cc also Courts and Stove) : 










for council and representatives 




1746 


3 


381 




1747— 3:607 


1748 


4 


83 


ROOSBOOM, Ahasuerus : 










York money received from 


. 


1758 


5 


356 


ROSS, Alexandeu: 










petition 


. 


1738 


2 


539 


ROSS, Dit. John: 










account . . 1746— 3 : 320 


1747— 3:468 


1747 


4 


30 


ROSS, Mus. Sarah: 










relieved 


. 1762— 6 : 273 


1764 


6 


39'J 


1764— : 394 


1761— 6:395 


1765 


7 


14 


1765— 7: 15 


1765— 7 : 16 


1765 


7 


34 


ROWE, Ben-iamin: 










account . 1746- 3:330 


1746— 3 : 331 


1747 


3 


462 


member . 1771— 8:105 


1771— 8:109 


1772 


8 


115 


1772— 8 : 121 


1772— 8 : 129 


1773 


8 


134 


1773— 8 : 130 


177.3— 8:144 


1773 


8 


147 


1773— 8 : 148 


1774— 8:164 


1774 


8 


172 


ROWE, CHARLES: 










sick soldier .... 


. 1758— 5 : 430 


1758 


5 


431 


ROWE, ISALMl : 










petition ..... 


. • • • 


1761 


6 


179 


ROWE, Nathan: 










deputy sheriff, etc. . 


. 


1747 


3 


484 




1766— 7: 54 


1766 


7 


63 


1767— 7 : 166 


1768— 7:238 


1771 


8 


83 


HOWELL, Wn.LLVM : 










petition ... 


1766— 5: 62 


1756 


5 


74 


175» — 5 : ;iol 


177(1— 7:340 


1770 


7 


357 


ROWLEY-CANADA (.sec also Rhidgr) : 










inventory ... 


. 1767— 7:161 


1768 


7 


219 



Province of JSTew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



323 



ROWLINS, ETC. (see Rollins). 
RUIN {see also Distresses) : 

threatening the province . 
RULES OF THE House (see also Oixlers) 
adopted, etc. . 1715 — 

1727— 

1745— 

1755— 

1762— 

1765— 

1774— 
admonition for breach of 
RUM: 

duty on (see also Excise) 

1715— 

1721— 

1756— 
for soldiers 

1745— 

1747— 

1748 

1758- 

for soldiers, commuted for lA'' per gill 
RUMFORD : 

representative 



1 
1 

5 

3: 

3: 

4: 
5; 



9'J 
102 
191 

46 

239 

2 

i8r 



104 

281 
84 

278 

516 

96 

395 



1715— 
1728— 
1745— 
1758— 
1762— 
1768— 
1774— 



1717— 

1821— 
1756— 
1744— 
1746— 
1748— 
1756— 
1759— 



1: 119 
2:127 
3:192 
5 : 437 
6:246 
7:226 
8 : 191 



YEAE. 



193 

283 
85 
106 
411 
74 
5:117 
6: 12 



defence of 



1749— 
1749— 
1745— 
1748— 



119 
131 
177 

62 



grants, under Massachusetts . 

petition . . 1756— 5: 90 

act incorporating, dismissed 

excise pm'chased 
RUMNEY ["ROMNEY"]: 

l^etition 

inventory 

RUSSELL, Edward: 

petition ..... 
RUSSELL, Eleazer (see also Printing) 

to print acts since 1721 

claim, etc. .... 



sheriff 
member 



1728— 
1735— 
1742— 
1757— 
1770— 
1772— 
1731— 

1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 



142 
448 
645 
272 
17 
129 
364 

124 

127 
180 
187 
199 
204 
217 
237 
287 
:319 
355 
383 



1745— 
1749— 
1749— 
1745— 
1748— 



3:116 
4 : 120 
4 : 144 
3 : 228 * 
4: 85 



1756— 5 : 92 



1771— 8: 62 



1764— 6:411 



1729— 
1737— 
1755— 
1757— 
1771— 
1773— 
1734— 

1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1745— 
1746— 
1746— 
1746— 



2:171 

2:485 
4:573 
5:273 
8: 81 
8:152 
2:426 

3:125 
3:161 
3:184 
3:189 
201 
205 
222 
248 
294 
328 
366 
401 



1753 

1722 
1735 
1752 
1758 
1762 
1771 
1775 
1770 

1714 
1717 
1721 
1760 
1745 
1746 
1748 
1757 
1772 
1746 

1745 
1749 
1756 
1747 
1753 
1754 
1756 
1756 
1774 

1771 

1773 

1765 

1726 
1726 
1731 
1742 
1756 
1765 
1772 
1774 
1740 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1746 
1746 
1746 
1746 



VOL. 



1 

2 

4 
5 

6 

8 
8 
8 



PAGE. 



361 

330 
438 
225 
439 
248 
106 
221 
3 



1 


82 


1 


194 


1 


284 


6 


48 


3 


231 


3 


416 


4 


95 


5 


301 


8 


124 


3 


378 


3 


118 


4 


130 


6 


97 


3 


460 


4 


356 


4 


417 


5 


188 


5 


188 


8 


1G9 


8 


78 


8 


160 


6 


433 


2 


32 


2 


57 


2 


356 


2 


631 


5 


188 


6 


467 


8 


125 


8 


210 


2 


552 


3 


115 


3 


126 


3 


172 


3 


185 


3 


196 


3 


202 


3 


215 


3 


233 


3 


262 


3 


305 


3 


333 


3 


368 


3 


405 



324 



Indkx to Journals of TTot'se of l\i:i'ni:sENTATiVES, 



RUSSELL, Eleazf.r, — {continued) 
niembor . 



postmaster 
RUSSELL, John: 

allowancu for . 
RUSSELL, Lieut. Peletiaii 

widow of . 
RUST, Benjamin : 

account 



174G. 

1747— 

1747— 

1749— 

1749— 

1751 — 

1752— 

1752— 

1752— 

1752— 

1753— 

1754— 

1754— 

1754— 

175.")— 

1755— 

1755— 

1755— 

1755— 

1755— 

1755— 

175C— 

175()— 

1756— 

1756— 

1756— 

1757— 

1757— 

1757— 

1757— 

1757— 

1758— 

1758— 

1758— 

1758— 

1759— 

1760— 

1760- 

1761— 

1762— 

1762— 

1762— 

1763— 

1764— 

1766— 



petition 
RUST, Rev. IIenhy: 

claim 
RUST, Cait. Henry 

to appear, etc. . 



1726— 
1726— 
1727— 
1730— 
1734— 



413 
4S5 ♦ 
52H 
100 
162 
9 
229 
245 
264 
380 
343 
36!) 
426 
442* 
4!»1 
514 
537 


47 

56 
258 

77 

96 
134 
170 
186 
213 
228 
268 * 
273 
305 
320 
331 
435 
445 
492 

49 
100 
221 
240 
247 
262 
380 
464 

63 



45 

61 

99 

319 

410 



747— 
747— 
747— 
749— 
750— 
752— 
752— 
752— 
752— 
75;$— 
753 — 
754— 
754— 
754— 
755— 

755 — 
755 — 
755 — 
755— 
756— 
756— 
75() — 
756— 
756— 
756— 
757— 
757 — 
757— 
757— 
757— 
758— 
758— 
758— 
758— 
759— 
760— 
761— 
761— 
762— 
762— 
762— 
763 — 
76.5— 
767— 



1726— 
1727— 
1729— 
1730— 
1735— 
17315— 



3 : 448 
3 : 487 
4: 2 
4 : 104 
4: 10 
4:2U; 
4 : 240 
4 : 252 
4 : 267 
325 

3(;s 

376 
429 
4 : 478 
4 : 493 
4 : 520 
4 : 539 
5: 41 



52 
60 
63 
93 
122 
161 
171 
5 : 188 
5 : 214 
5 : 246 
5:271 
5 : 2S1 
5 : 307 
5 : 324 
5:421 
5 : 436 
5:512 

5 : 498 
6: 63 

6 : 120 
6 : 232 
6:241 
6:249 
6:458 
6 : 4(;2 
6 : 467 
7:116 



46 

76 

160 

332 

418 
379 



1760— 6 : 65 



YEAB. 


VOL. 


1717 


3 


1717 


3 


1747 


4 


1749 


4 


1750 


4 


1752 


4 


1752 


4 


1752 


4 


1752 


4 


1753 


4 


1753 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1755 


4 


1755 


4 


1755 


4 


1755 


5 


1755 


5 


1755 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1756 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1757 


5 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1758 


5 


1759 


5 


1759 


6 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1762 


6 


1763 


6 


1764 


6 


1765 


6 


1769 


7 


1769 


7 


1758 


5 


1726 


2 


1727 


2 


1729 


2 


1732 


2 


1737 


2 


1738 


2 


1724 


2 


1761 


6 



PAOB. 



453 
611 
53 
105 
183 
225 
244 
265 
277 
326 
3K4 
406 
436 
652 
605 
629 
658 
43 
53 
61 
68 
96 
132 
169 
183 
260 
221 
264 
272 
304 
506 
330 
432 
442 
465 
32 
75 
220 
239 
242 
260 
320 
423 
468 
294 

296 

424 

66 
81 
167 
370 
485 
633 



10 



187 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



325 





YEAR. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


RYE [Grain]: 










tax rate. ...... 


• • • 


1752 


4 


251 




1754 4 : 445 


1755 


4 


548 


1756— 5 : 130 


1757— 5 : 277 


1758 


5 


385 


1758— 5 : 388 


1759— 6 : 2 


1760 


6 


104 


1761— 6 : 213 


1762— 6 : 265 


1763 


6 


338 


1764— 6 : 396 


1765— 7 : 28 


1766 


7 


84 


RYE: 










parish, from Sancl_y Beach ["Beech"" 


] 1726— 2: 40 


1726 


2 


41 


parish, setting off" . . . ." 


. 


1772 


8 


125 


representative 1726 — 2 : 44 


1726— 2 : 50 


1726 


2 


51 


1726— 2: 52 


1730 2 : 307 


1731 


2 


335 


1732— 2:376 


1734 2 : 397 


1735 


2 


433 


1735 2 : 457 


1737— 2 : 475 


1739 


2 


542 


1742— 2:610 


1745 3:115 


1745 


3 


118 


1745— 3 : 184 


1745 3 : 185 


1745 


3 


187 


1745 3 : 213 


1745— 3 : 262 


1746 


3 


368 


1747— 4: 2 


1748— 4 : 4 


1748 


4 


100 


1749 4:112 


1749— 4 : 132 


1750 


4 


10 


1751— 4: 6 


1751— 4: 9 


1752 


4 


216 


1752— 4 : 224 


1752— 4:380 


1753 


4 


384 


1753 4 : 386 


1754— 4:552 


1755 


4 


558 


1755— 5 : 


1755 5: 41 


1755 


5 


43 


1755 5 : 258 


1756— 5 : 95 


1756 


5 


260 


1756— 5 : 515 


1757— 5 : 264 


1757 


5 


506 


1758 5 : 434 


1758— 5:436 


1758 


5 


512 


1759— 6 : 228 


1760— 6 : 230 


1761 





232 


1762— 6 : 458 


1763 6 : 462 


1764 


6 


464 


1765— 7 : 176 


1706— 7 : 178 


1707 


7 


182 


1768— 7:350 


1769— 7 : 352 


1770 


7 


354 


1770— 8 : 1 p 


1771— 8: 2p 


1771 


8 


105 


1772— 8:115 


1773— 8 : 144 


1773 


8 


146 


1773— 8 : 147 


1773 8:149 


1774 


8 


164 


1774— 8 : 170 


1774— 8 : 187 


1775 


8 


218 


kind in, valued at six shillings per acre 


1728 


2 


136 


part of rates for, £10 


• • • 


1728 


2 


140 


classed for excise .... 


1752— 4 : 238 


1755 


4 


510 


inventory 


1753— 4 : 293 


1760 


6 


86 


1767— 7 : 160 


1768 7 : 218 


1773 


8 


156 


certain lands in, taxed to New Castle 


• • • 


1757 


5 


257 


tax arrearages .... 


. 


1761 


6 


180 


part of £15,000 loan, for 


1761— 6:221 


1762 


6 


251 


dispute of, with Hampton 


• 


1728 


2 


141 




1729— 2 : 158 


1737 


2 


527 


petition . . 1729— 2:168 


1730— 2:315 


1730 


2 


322 


1730— 2:328 


1754— 4:466 


1763 





331 


aud Portsmouth, petition 


■ > • 


1764 


(! 


407 


petitioner from . . . . 


1755— 5 : 59 


1755 


5 


60 


1755 5: 62 


1757— 5 : 218 


1760 


6 


116 


selectmen to appear 


• • . 


1756 


5 


194 


constables 


. 


1730 


2 


327 


soldiers 


1745— 3:251 


1747 


3 


478 




1747— 4: 28 


1757 


5 


257 


rolling off to . 1747— 3 : 513 


1766— 7 : 86 


1767 


7 


163 


ottery for opening a harbor at 


• . • 


1757 


5 


233 


and Portsmouth, lottery . 


• • 


1765 


7 


4 


1765 7 : 6 


1765— 7 : 7 


1765 


7 


33 


1765—7: 34 


1765— 7: 48 


1766 


7 


77 


marsh, securing, building wharf, etc. 


1763 6 : 334 


1763 


6 


335 




1763— 6 : 375 


1763 


6 


376 


road from, to Portsmouth 


1765— 6 : 456 


1765 


6 


457 



326 



Indkx to Journals of IIoupr of Ukpuksentatives, 



IIYMACK, AlJUAlIAM: 

claim 
RYME8, Sami i:i.: 

recoipls Ironi . 



SABBATH (wc Lord'ti Day). 
SABLE Island [" C'ai'e Saiu.f,"]: 

minihcr of ships met witli near 
SAFE(UA1II)ING: 

His Majesty's subjects 
SAHvOIv («( (dsi> SwinsoH, Jofm) : 

wlu) froze both legs 
SAILOHS (sec also Scrimcn') : 

enlistment of, encom'aged 

pay . . 1745— 3:240 

St. CLAUl: 

IJi'ig 

St. CLAHl, LlKtJTKNANT.CiENEUAI. : 

commanding troops 

174G— 3 : 358 
St. FRANCIS: 

Indians . . 1745— 3:266 
1772— 8: 121 
St. JOHNS Indians: 

war declared against 
St. JOHNS Rivkk: 

Lieutenant Daniels taken at 
SALARIES {see Wages) . 
SALEM : 

representative 1752 — 4:217 

1753— 4 : 386 

1755— 5 : 41 

1756— 5: 95 

1757— 5 : 264 

1758— 5:512 

1761— 6 : 232 

1762— 6 : 458 
1765— 7 : 176 
17 OS— 7:350 
1770— 8 : 1 p 
1772— 8:115 
1774— 8: 184 

charter, copy requested . 
inventor}- 



papers relating to 
classed for excise 
petition 



1767— 7 : 
1753— 4: 

1756— 5: 



161 
338 

97 
179 



17ir._ :!:418 



174.- 



3:241 



i-^An. 



1746— 3:356 
1746— 3 : 364 

1754— 4 : 482 
1772— 8:122 

1745— 3:266 



1752— 
1754— 
1755— 
1756— 
1758— 
1759— 

1762— 6 

1763— 6 
1766— 7 
1769— 7 



1770— 8 



1773 
177 



8: 
8: 



380 
552 
44 
260 
434 
228 
256 
462 
178 
352 

2p 
144 
188 



part of, exempt from tax to Methuen 

tax collector .... 

annexing, to Hillsborough county 
SALEM-( ANADA [LrNDEUOKOUGn] : 

men desired at . 
SALEM [Mass] : 

escaped ])risoner secured in 

owners of estate residing in 

wounded soldier from 



1760— 6 : 86 
1768— 7 : 219 
1753— 4 : 339 

1756— 5 : 98 

1756— 5 : 180 
and Dracut . 

1757— 5 : 223 



1712 
1727 

i7k; 

1745 

1766 

1745 
1747 

1748 

1746 
1746 

1755 
1772 

1755 

1747 



1753 
1755 
1755 
1756 
1758 
1760 
1762 
1764 
1767 
1770 
1771 
1774 
1775 
1752 
1753 
1761 
1773 
1753 
1755 
1756 
1757 
1756 
1757 
1764 
1773 

1744 

1716 
1745 
1757 



VOL. 



1 

2 

3 
3 

7 

3 
3 



3 
3 

4 
8 



4 
5 
5 
6 
5 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
4 
4 
6 
8 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
8 



1 
3 
5 



TAOB. 

44 
88 

422 

270 

lOS 

152 
486 

93 

357 
436 

524 
129 

12 

484 



384 

258 
515 
436 
230 
257 
464 
182 
354 
105 
164 
218 
223 
294 
122 
156 
340 
510 
172 
217 
99 
242 
415 
139 

•228 

152 
295 
305 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



327 



SALISBURY (see also Baker's Town) : 
inventory ..... 

SALISBURY (Mass.) [" Salsbury"] : 

demands rates of JSTew Ilamijshire men 



Massachusetts assembly at 
SALMON : 

fisheiy, regulated 
SALMON Falls: 

mills, etc. . 1760 — 

1761— 
SALMON Falls Rivek: 

frontiers of, defended 



1737— 2 : 496 
1760— 6 : 40 



52 
131 



1760— 
1761— 



SALT Works: 

of James Hudson .... 
SALTER, John : 

l^etition 

SALTER, Titus : 

petitioner, etc. .... 

SANBORN, Benjamin: 

will of, executor may reconvey lands 
SANBORN, Caled : 

claim, etc. ..... 

innliolder ..... 

SANBORN, Daniel : 

petition ...... 

SANBORN, EZEKIEL : 

muster-roll, etc. 1754 — 4 : 469 



1765— 7 : 
1754— 5 ; 



1770— 8; 



SANBORN, John [" Sandburn, Jonathan"] 



member 



1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1723— 
1723— 
1723— 
1723— 
1724— 
1724— 
1725— 
1725— 
172.5- 
1726— 
1726— 
1726— 
1727— 
1727— 
1727— 
1727— 
1728— 
1728— 
1728— 
1728— 
1729— 
1729— 
1729— 
1730— 



327 

339 

345 

349 

354 

357 

367 

375 

381 

384 

391 

413 

1 

12 

16 

23 

35 

49 

59 

68 

78 

87 

105 

113 

122 

131 

141 

151 

164 

169 

307 



1715— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1722— 
1723— 
1723— 
1723— 
1723— 
1724— 
1724— 
1725— 
1725— 
1725— 
1726— 
1726— 
1726— 
1727- 
1727— 
1727— 
1727— 
1728— 
1728— 
1728— 
1729— 
1729— 
1729— 
1730— 
1731— 



80 
133 



1756— 5: 82 
1770— 7 : 346 



19 
14 



1755— 4 : 493 



136 

330 

342 

346 

351 

355 

359 

369 

377 

382 

387 

393 

426 

3 

13 

20 

27 

39 

50 

63 

73 

84 

94 

107 

117 

125 

134 

143 

153 

165 

173 

335 



YEAR. 


VOL. 


1773 


8 


1721 


1 


1737 


2 


1760 


6 


1760 


6 


1761 


6 


1745 


3 


1756 


5 


1770 


7 


1731 


2 


1766 


7 


1755 


5 


1746 


3 


1771 


8 


1766 


7 


1755 


4 


1722 


1 


1722 


1 


1722 


1 


1722 


1 


1722 


1 


1722 


1 


1722 


1 


1723 


1 


1723 


1 


1723 


1 


1723 


1 


1723 


1 


1724 


1 


1724 


2 


1725 


2 


1725 


2 


1726 


2 


1726 


2 


1726 


2 


1727 


2 


1727 


2 


1727 


2 


1727 


2 


1728 


2 


1728 


2 


1728 


2 


1728 


2 


1729 


2 


1729 


2 


1729 


2 


1730 


2 


1732 


2 



PAGE. 



158 

270 
501 

111 

82 
223 

254 

142 

347 

355 

109 

15 

405 
103 

86 

495 

326 

335 

343 

348 

353 

356 

366 

373 

379 

383 

389 

396 

430 

8 

15 

21 

30 

45 

55 

67 

74 

86 

100 

110 

121 

128 

139 

145 

155 

168 

174 

376 



328 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 



SANI30KN, John, — (continued) : 
membex'. .... 



1735 
1745- 
1745- 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1745 
1745- 
1745 
1745 
1740- 
1746 
1746 
1746 
1746 
1746 
1746- 
1746 
1746 
1746 
1746 
1747 
1747 
1747 
1747 
1747 
1747 
1747 
1747 
1748 



<— 2:440 



3: 
3: 
3 



745— 3 



3: 
3: 
3: 
3; 
3: 
3 



3: 
3: 
3 
3: 



2 

3 : 1.S5 
3: r.»7 
215 
234 
244 
3 : 2G2 
3:271 
2«7 
3 : 303 
3 : 320 
3:344 
360 
368 
377 
3S'J 
394 
405 
3 : 413 
3:419 
428 
453 
461 
464 
3 : 489 
3:523 
15 
34 
41 
75 



4: 
4 
4: 
4: 



muster-roll, etc. 

SANBORN, JOSEIMI : 

muster-roll 
SANBORN, JosiAii: 

petition 
SANBORN, Reuben: 

petition 

SANBORN. Sill iiAEL: 
invalid volunleei 
SANBORN, Tkistuam 

mfml)er . 
SANBORNTON : 

inventory . 17(57— 

tlcliin|uent proprietors' lam 
SANDERS, IIenky: 

menil)er .... 
1752— 
1752— 
1753— 
1753— 
1754— 
1754— 
1754— 
1754— 
SANDERS, Oliveii : 
tax collector 



7: Kil 
1 sold 



4 : 277 
4 : 2 13 
4:321 
4:333 
4 : 394 
4:447 
4 : 458 
4 : 552 



173 

1736— 

1715— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1745— 

1746— 

1746— 

1746— 

1746— 

1746— 

1746- 

1746— 

1746— 

1746— 

1746— 

1746— 

1747— 

1747— 

1747— 

1747— 

1747— 

1747— 

1747— 

1748— 

1748— 

1724— 

172G— 



2:422 
2:457 

3:187 
3 : 202 
3:226 
3 : 241 
3:246 
3 : 205 
3 : 273 
3 : 294 
3 : 304 
3 : 323 
3 : 347 
3:363 
3 : 372 
3 : 380 
3 : 390 
3 : 398 
3 : 406 
3:417 
3 : 422 
3 : 432 
3:457 
3:462 
3 : 471 
3:509 
3 : 528 
4: 16 
4: 35 



4: 
4: 
2: 
2: 



Gl 

80 

6 

30 



1746— 3:430 



1755— 5 : 37 

1756— 5 : 96 



17;; l_ 2:422 
17G.S— 7:220 



1745— 
1752— 



IIG 
.3S0 



1752— 4 : 2 IG 



1753— 
1753— 
1754— 
1754— 
1754^ 
1755— 



325 
342 
437 
450 
459 
'I 



YRAR. 


VOL. 


1734 


2 


1735 


2 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1745 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


174G 


3 


1746 


3 


1746 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


3 


1747 


4 


1747 


4 


1747 


4 


1748 


4 


1748 


4 


1724 


2 


1726 


2 


174G 


3 


1768 


7 


1755 


5 


175G 


5 


1746 


3 


1737 


2 


1773 


8 


1768 


7 


1752 


4 


1753 


4 


1752 


4 


1753 


4 


1753 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


1754 


4 


17.''»5 


5 


17G4 


6 



PAGE. 



397 

433 

184 

189 

203 

231 

242 

247 

267 

284 

298 

314 

326 

355 

3G6 

376 

381 

393 

399 

411 

418 

424 

441 

459 

463 

481 

522 

2 

20 

39 

73 

84 

11 

45 

532 

261 

38 
97 

331 

475 

157 
261 

217 
309 
267 
327 
3S4 
442 
451 
463 
41 

415 



II 



Province of [N'ew Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



329 





YEAE. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


SANDERS, Robert : 










relieved 


1760— 6 : 108 


1761 


6 


130 


SANDERS, William : 










jetition ..... 


. 


1756 


5 


172 


SANDER'S Point: 










bridge 


. 


1719 


1 


237 


SANDOWN : 










polling off" from Kingston to . 


. . . 


1760 


6 


82 


inventory ..... 


1761— 6:122 


1767 


7 


161 




1768— 7 : 219 


1773 


8 


157 


SANDWICH : 










highway through 


1769 7 : 291 


1770 


7 


341 


inventory .... 


. 


1773 


8 


158 


SANDY Beach [Rye] : 










petition 


1725 2: 23 


1725 


2 


24 


1726 2: 29 


1726— 2: 36 


1726 


2 


37 


a parish named Rye . 


1726— 2: 40 


1726 


2 


41 


SARAH & Elizabeth: 










schooner, a trans^jort 


1745 3 : 241 


1745 


3 


274 


SARGENT, Catherine {alias Brown] : 










wife of Epps Sargent, land divided 


. 


1745 


3 


295 


SARGENT, John : 










claim 




1758 


5 


377 


SARGENT, Dr. Nathaniel : 










army surgeon . 1745 — 3 : 159 


1746— 3 : 331 


1746 


3 


333 


174(3— 3:395 


1753— 4 : 329 


1753 


3 


341 


1756— 5:191 


1758— 5:427 


1760 


6 


91 


estate of, divided 1764 — 6 : 421 


1765— 6:440 


1765 


6 


441 


1765— 6:442 


1765— 7 : 4 


1765 


7 


45 


SARGENT, Paul Dudley : 










member 


• • • 


1775 


8 


218 


SARGENT & Dearborn: 










account 


■ 


1753 


4 


337 


SAVAGES (see also Indians) : 










grievous oppi'essious of the 


, 


1711 


1 


19 


SAYH7LE [Wendell] : 










inventorv ..... 


. 


1773 


8 


159 


SAWYER, Abner : 










petition 


. 


1759 


6 


15 


SAWYER, Dr. Benjamin: 










petition ..... 


■ • • • 


1763 


6 


364 


SAWYER, Edmund: 










V. Hazen, Richard . 


1757— 5 : 253 


1757 


5 


276 


SAWYER, John: 










to appear .... 


• • • 


1755 


4 


543 


SCALES, James: 










account, etc. .... 


1744 3: 77 


1744 


3 


80 


1744— 3 : 107 


1745 3 : 274 


1746 


3 


375 


SCALPS : 










Indian, bounty on . 


. 


1722 


1 


346 


1744— 3 


88 


1745— 3:266 


1746 


3 


325 


1746— 3 


384 


1746— 3 : 385 


1747 


3 


468 


1747— 3 


521 


1747— 3:525 


1747 


3 


526 


1748— 4 


92 


1748— 4: 93 


1755 


5 


12 


SCAMMON, lIuMi'HREY: 










petition 


1753— 4:282 


1753 


4 


284 


1753— 4:285 


1753— 4:286 


1753 


4 


341 


SCHOOLS (see also Vagrant, etc.) : 










at Hampton Falls 


. • 


1712 


1 


52 


parishes may maintain, separate fr 


om town from 








which they are set off . 


. 




1716 


1 


171 



42 



330 



Index to Journals of House of Representatives, 





TEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


SCHOOLS, — {contimicd) : 










ft-ee town, parishos excused from su 


pporting, when 


1716 


1 


171 


Latin, at Portsmouth 


• • ■ 


1718 


1 


212 


free school of province at rortsniou 


th . 


1724 


2 


6 


grammar 


1721— 1:266 


1724 


2 


5 


g:i-aniniar, at Dover 1722— 1 : 343 


1722— 1:344 


1722 


1 


345 


OTamuiar, at Londonilerry 

for " aboriginal natives," etc. . 


> 


1727 


2 


108 


. • 


1763 


6 


321 


not kecj)ing. fin<'s for 


1721— 1 : 266 


1771 


8 


68 


nine tenths of towns without . 


■ ■ 


1771 


8 


111 


SCHUYLER, Col. Pktku: 










at Boston, for conference 


• 


1722 


1 


349 


account, etc 


1759— 6: 9 


1759 


6 


17 




1759— 6 : 20 


1760 


6 


69 


SCIRE Facias : 










prosecution of, stayed 


. 


1747 


3 


520 


SCOBY, JosErii: 










petition 


1760— 6: 62 


1760 


6 


96 


SCOTT, Edwaud: 










letter, etc. . 1755— 5 : 14 


1755 — 5 : 15 


1760 


6 


63 


SCOUTS ["ScouNTS," "SciiouTs"]: 










distributed, supplied, paid, etc. 


171-2_ 1 : 40 


1712 


1 


50 


1712— 1: 51 


1721— 1 : 296 


1722 


1 


325 


1722— 1:328 


1722— 1:329 


1723 


1 


380 


1723— 1:381 


1723— 1:395 


1724 


1 


434 


1724— 2: 7 


1724—2: 9 


1744 


3 


97 


174^_ 3:105 


174.5— 3:158 


1745 


3 


165 


1745— 3:217 


1745 3:228 


1745 


3 


230 


174.5— 3 : 255 


174.5— 3 : 257 


1745 


3 


275 


1745— 3:276 


174.5— 3 : 277 


1745 


3 


278 


1745 3 : 286 


1745 3 : 290 


1745 


3 


291 


1745 3 : 296 


174.5— 3:. 304 


1746 


3 


310 


1746— 3:314 


1746— 3 : 329 


1746 


3 


330 


1746 3 : 338 


1746— 3 : 349 


1746 


3 


375 


1746— 3:378 


1746— 3 : 379 


1746 


3 


382 


1746— 3 : 383 


1746— 3:408 


1746 


3 


409 


1746— 3 : 412 


1746 3:413 


1746 


3 


414 


1746— 3:415 


1746— 3 : 422 


1746 


3 


423 


1746— 3 : 424 


1746— 3 : 429 


1746 


3 


430 


1746— 3:431 


1746— 3 : 433 


1746 


3 


438 


1747—3:462 


1747— 3:471 


1747 


3 


472 


1747— 3:473 


1747— 3:488 


1747 


3 


524 


1747— 4: 29 


174.S— 4: 74 


1748 


4 


81 


1748— 4: 89 


1748— 4: 92 


1753 


4 


316 


1753— 4 : 328 


1753— 4: 344 


1755 


4 


566 


SCRIBE (sec also Clerk) : 










colonel allowed a . . . 


• 


1758 


6 


406 


SCRIBNER, Ben.iamin : 










Quaker, relieved .... 


1762— 6:274 


1762 


6 


279 




1763— 6:348 


1763 


6 


375 


SCRIBNER, Joiin: 










petition ..... 


1769— 7 : 283 


1769 


7 


309 




1769— 7:324 


1769 


7 


328 


SCRIBNER, Samuel: 










])etition ...... 


1759— 5:494 


1759 


5 


497 


SEABROOK (see also Hampton Falls): 










dividing line with IIam))ton Falls . 


• • • 


1768 


7 


212 


jjarish with Hami)ton Falls 


.• 


1768 


7 


246 




1768— 7 : 247 


1768 


7 


259 


settlement of Rev. Samuel Perley 


regulated (see 








also Perley) 


. 


1770 


7 


346 



Province of New Hampshire, 1711-1775. 



331 





YEAK. 


VOL. 


PAGE. 


SEABROOK, — {continued) : 












petitioners from .... 






1770 


8 


2 


inventory 






1773 


8 


157 


SEA-COAST (see also Southack) : 












plating the [chart] .... 






1717 


1 


204 


SEA Gulls (see also Gunning) : 












shooting, to prevent 






1711 


1 


5 


SEAL [Province] : 












to be affixed to certain laws 






1716 


1 


145 


SEALS : 












want of, not to invalidate certain warrants 




1763 


6 


319 


SEALER: 












of linen in Londonderry . 


. 




1731 


2 


345 


SEAMEN (see also Sailors) : 












wages 


1745— 


3:268 


1746 


3 


411 


SEAVEY, Amos: 












member 


, 


• , 


1755 


5 


43 


1755— 5: 49 


1755— 


5:258 


1756 


5 


70 


1756— 5 : 80 


1756— 


5: 82 


1756 


5 


106 


1756— 5 : 130 


1756— 


5:141 


1756 


5 


143 


1756— 5 : 149 


1756— 


5:151 


1756 


5 


152 


1756— 5 : 159 


1756— 


5: 169 


1756 


5 


186 


1756— 5 : 187 


1756 


5 : 190 


1756 


5 


260 


1756— 5:515 


1757— 


5:203 


1757 


5 


217 


1757— 5:229 


1757— 


5:234 


1757 


5 


241 


1757— 5 : 242 


1757— 


5:243 


1757 


5 


250 


1757— 5 : 255 


1757— 


5:264 


1757 


5 


*268 


1757— 5:274 


1757 — 


5:289 


1757 


5 


295 


1757— 5 : 307 


1757— 


5:506 


1758 


5 


322 


1758— 5:327 


1758 


5:332 


1758 


5 


338 


1758 5 : 339 


1758— 


5:352 


1758 


5 


353 


1758— 5 : 354 


1758— 


5:362 


1758 


5 


371 


1758 5 : 375 


1758— 


5 : 378 


1758 


5 


379 


1758- 5:381 


1758 


5 : 383 


1758 


5 


386 


1758 5 : 387 


1758 


5:388 


1758 


5 


393 


1758 5 : 397 


1758— 


5:409 


1758 


5 


416 


1758— 5 : 419 


1758 


5:432 


1758 


5 


434 


1758 5 : 436 


1758 


5:512 


1759 


5 


458 


1759— 5 : 466 


1759