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THE PAPERS OF 
SIR WILLIAM JOHNSON 



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General Index 



Division of Archives and History 

MILTON W. HAMILTON 
Senior Historian 



VOLUME XIV 



ALBANY 
THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 

1965 

15— D64-2000 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 

Regents of the University 

(with years when terms expire) 



1968 Edgar W. Couper, A.B., LL.D., L.H.D., Chancellor - - - Binghamton 
1967 Thad L. Collum, C.E., V ice-Chancellor ------- Syracuse 

1978 Alexander J. Allan, Jr., LL.D., Litt.D. - - Troy 

1973 Charles W. Millard, Jr., A.B., LL.D. Buffalo 

1970 Everett J. Penny, B.C.S., D.C.S. - - - White Plains 

1972 Carl H. Pforzheimer, Jr., A.B., M.B.A., D.C.S. - - - - Purchase 

1975 Edward M. M. Warburg, B.S, L.H.D. - - New York 

1971 J. Carlton Corwith, B.S. ----------- Water Mill 

1969 Joseph W. McGovern, A.B., LL.B., L.H.D., LL.D. - - - New York 
1977 Joseph T. King, A.B., LL.B. Queens 

1974 Joseph C. Indelicato, M.D. ---- Brooklyn 

1976 Mrs. Helen B. Power, A.B., LittD. --- Rochester 

1979 Francis W. McGinley, B.S., LL.B. Glens Falls 

1966 George LX Weinstein, LL.B. _.._ Hempstead 

1980 Max J. Rubin, LL.B., L.H.D. New York 



President of the University and Commissioner of Education 

James E. Allen, Jr. 

Deputy Commissioner of Education 
Ewald B. Nyquist 

Associate Commissioner for Cultural Education 
Hugh M. Flick 

OCT 2 8 1966 f >^ 



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CONTENTS 

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Volume XIV 

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Preface iv 

General Index i 

Errata (Addenda) 645 



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SIR WILLIAM JOHNSON PAPERS 
General Index 

PREFACE 

The 13 volumes of the Sir William Johnson Papers are a rich 
storehouse of historical data for the period of the 18th century 
(1738- 1 774) which they cover. Unfortunately, the circumstances 
of their publication, some in mutilated form, and in three chrono- 
logical series, have been a barrier to their general use. There have 
been repeated demands for an index, which hopefully may now 
be satisfied. 

The appearance of this Index marks the completion of a 
publishing venture which has spanned more than a century. The 
first Johnson manuscripts were acquired by New York State in 
1800 (see "History of the Manuscripts," I:xiii). By 1866, 26 
volumes of manuscripts formed the basis of the collection of the 
New York State Library. In 1849-50, a number of these docu- 
ments were published in volumes II and IV of the Documentary 
History of the State of New York, edited by E. B. O'Callaghan. 
Further official letters and documents of Johnson were published 
in volumes VI, VII, VIII, and X of Documents Relative to 
the Colonial History of the State of New York, also edited by 
O'Callaghan. The first State Historian, appointed in 1895, began 
editing the documents for publication. He had these in galley 
proof in 1907, when his successor stopped the project, on the 
grounds that the editing did not meet scholarly standards. Before 
the work was resumed, the Capitol fire of 191 1 had seriously 
damaged or destroyed many of the manuscripts, and publication 
was further delayed. 

The first volume of the Sir William Johnson Papers appeared 
in 1 92 1. By the time volume VIII appeared in 1933, enough new 
material was found in other libraries to justify a new series, begun 
with volume IX in 1939. Many of the gaps due to loss by fire 
could now be filled with copies from other major collections, and 



volumes X, XI, and XII were planned. While these were being 
edited and published (1951-57), a sufficient number of important 
Johnson papers were discovered to justify the publication of a 
supplementary volume, XIII, in 1962. 

Now, with the publication of the index, the series which is the 
fruit of the labors of many dedicated scholars, and thousands of 
hours of painstaking labor, comes to a close. 

Users of the Johnson Papers need to be cautioned, however, 
that this series and its index do not cover the many Johnson 
documents which were published in the Documentary History 
or in Documents Relative to the Colonial History; it was the 
policy of the editors from the beginning not to reprint these 
papers. Many are listed in Day's Calendar of Sir William John- 
son Manuscripts (1909), and are noted in the first chronological 
series. They are also included in the Chronological List in 
Volume XIII. 

As far as possible this is a topical, or subject, index and 
seeks to classify references in their most useable form. Some 
arbitrary decisions had to be made in choosing among multiple 
spellings of Indian names, and in limiting cross-references. A 
great effort was made properly to identify persons and places 
where references were general or vague, and here some errors 
may have crept in, as they have in the general editing. Yet, the 
wisdom of the course followed, we hope may be proved in the 
use which is made of the index, and, for this, we trust it will be 
found adequate. 

The laborious and monumental task of the indexer was per- 
formed by Mrs. Roberta Blache, to whom the editor wishes to 
pay high tribute for her skill, industry, and patience. He is con- 
fident that many will echo his thanks for her accomplishment. 

Milton W. Hamilton 
Senior Historian, Division 
of Archives and History 



INDEX TO 

SIR WILLIAM JOHNSON PAPERS 

VOLUMES I-XIII 



Aaghrogo (Onondaga), 10:182; 13:178 
Aanansseraquedera (Delaware chief), 10:896 
Aaron (Caghnawaga sachem), 1:56 
Aaron (Canodadiro — Mohawk), 10:180; 13:173 
Aaron (Mohawk sachem) : 

on Canadian scalping trip (1756), 9:488-89 

at Detroit Congress (1761), 13:256, 264 

Detroit mission (1760), 10:149,151 

Detroit post to Fort Pitt (1763), 10:606; 11:11 

on Detroit smiths(1762), 3:915; 10:560-61 

on French attack threats (1748-49), 1:200; 9:55 

Gladwin on behavior (1764) of, 11:192 

on Iroquois involvement in Western uprisings (1763), 4:213; 10:870, 871-72 

Kayaderosseras settlers and, 11:359-61; 12:538 

Maisonville and, 5:686 

meeting request (1761), 10:240 

on Montreal expedition (1760), 10:180; 13:173 

Niagara expedition (1755) recruitment, 1:777 

at Oswego Iroquois Congress (1759), 13:146 

presents (1755-56), 2:568, 576, 633 

(1759), 3:155, 157, 159, 160, 161, 165 

on Shawnee-Delaware conference (1763), 4:255; 10:939 

on threat of general Indian War (1763), 4:213 

Tionnonderoge dispute, 8:955, 965 

Wilkins and, 4:192, 219; 10:907, 918 
Aaron, Sarah, 5:154 

Abbadie de Saint Germain, Eugene d', 4:403ra, 761, 765; 11:517 
Abbe, Ezekiel, 13:54 
Abbet (Abbit), ,7:976 

Abbetts (Indian), 11:349 
Abbeville, Nicolas Sanson d', l:268n 
Abbott, (artist), 13:ra 

Abbott, Edward, lieut. (Royal Artillery) : 

Brehm and, 4:836; 10:765; 11:923 

Chippewa conference (1769), 6:716 

commissary application (1767), 5:545 

Detroit courts of enquiry (1765), 4:673, 676 

Indian council on Pond murder (1773), 8:788 

marriage (1765), 4:733 

Quebec visit (1773), 13:623 
Abbott, James, 5:485 

fraud trial, 5:469, 817; 12:216-17, 290 
Abbott, Richard, 1:219 
Abeel, Mrs. , 1:207, 260; 9:37 

Abeel, David, 1:241, 247, 252; 7:469 
Abeel, Garret, 3:596 
Abeel, John, 1:167; 9:588, 690; 13:73 

arrest (1756), 9:398 

Beaubassin and, 9:51 



Index 

Abeel, John, biographical note, 13:229n 
Couagne and, 9:557 

on French attack by Oswego (1757), 2:704; 9:687, 697 
Indian expenses, 2:643; 9:21 
Iroquois recruitment, 9:534 

land holdings (Teuthendocta), 3:732, 749; 6:40, 11:865; 12:828-29 
liquor trade of, 2:326, 388 
Onondaga complaint (1761) against, 13:229 

Senecas and, 2:499, 665-66, 668-71, 683; 4:281; 9:327, 584, 5S5-86, 602,620 
wife mistreated by, 13:321-22 
Abeel, Mrs. John, 13:229n, 321-22 
Abeka Indians, 9:573; 12:56 
Abel (Eiver Indian), 3:151 
Abell, John, see Abeel, John 
Abenakis (St. Francis) Indians, 1:284 

Aughquisasne intrusion (See Aughquisasne Indians, Abenaki dispute) 

bell for, 4:874 

conferences: 

Canadian Indian (Johnson Hall, July-Aug., 1770), 12:839-47 

Claus (1773), 13:619, 717 

Fort Johnson meeting (March 1762), 10:409-15, 431 

Fort Stanwix Congress (1768) and, 12:665 

at German Flats Congress (1770), 7:818-19, 893-94, 897-98 

Isle a la Motte (Sept. 1766), 12:173-74 

Johnson Hall (July, 1768), 12:569-71, 579-80, 646 

Missisauga (Johnson Hall, July, 1770), 12:830-35 
deputation to Johnson (1765), 4:782 
expenses (1770-74) in behalf of, 12:867; 13:707, 708, 710, 711, 713, 714, 

715, 717, 720, 721 
French sympathies, 2:397; 9:140; 10:422, 425 
Gill and, '13:619, 717 
land claims, 4:811; 5:635, 707 

Canadian grants, 4:308, 318 

Metcalf and, 8:840; 12:1027; 13:617 
location of, 4:242 
Loups d'Orange (Stockbridgo Indians) and 3:281-82, 350, 353, 359, 360, 

402-403, 623, 660, 664, 830; 10:308, 346-47, 409, 410-11, 413, 431, 448 
Montreal capture and, 3:751; 10:186, 187 
New England soldier among, 3:377 

priest for, 4:811; 5:707; 7:531; 10:415; 12:571, 580, 845, 846 
Roubaud and, 3:279n, 281-82, 332, 346, 350, 353, 356, 402; 5:707; 10:415 

resettlement proposal (1761), 3:555-56 
saw mill of, 12:173 
smith for, 10:194 

Spanish-French threats of attack (1768), 12:622 
Villiers message (1763), 10:819-21 
warrior faction against chiefs (1773), 13:619-20 
Western Indian message (1763), 3:273n; 4:180; 10:792 
white boy (Jonathan) fostered by, 10:165, 166, 167 
See also Onagonque Indians 
Abercrombie, James, capt,., maj. (son of Abercromby), 2:747; 4:254; 10:863n 

Oswego cattle supplies (1756), 2:521; 13:87 
Abercromby, James, maj. gen. : 

at Albany Council of War (July, 1756), 9:487 

American arrival (1756), 2:482, 483-84 

arms shortages (1758) and, 9:889, 891-92, 895, 900-901; 13:109 

autograph, 2:xiii 

as commander in chief, 2:800; 3:34n; 9:399, 483-84, 887-96 

Couagne and, 2:746-47, 748-49; 9:915-16 

Easton Council (1758) and, 2:812-13, 814-15, 824-30, 838-39, 896: 3:1-2 

9:954-55, 967, 969; 10:2 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Fort Edward command, 2:849, 852, 867, 871, 872, 9:543, 550, 614, 640 

Fort Frontenac capture (1758) and, 10:1, 3, 4, 5 

Fort Hunter garrison and, 2:722-73 

French threats (1758) and, 2:849-50; 9:874-75, 877, 878, 917-18, 920-21, 

930-31; 10:3-7, 9, 10, 15, 21-22, 26, 27-29, 40, 41-42 
German Flats destruction (1757), 2:758-60 
German Flats trade (1758), 2:892; 9:919, 922; 10:67, 71 
on German-Indian relations (1757), 9:679, 684 
Indian recruitment and, 2:506-508, 509, 743-44; 9:889, 891-92, 894-95, 

917, 920, 922, 936-40, 944-45; 10:6-7, 8, 9-10, 11-13, 14-15, 17, 
22-23, 29-30, 31, 41, 42, 54, 316 

Mohawk war parties (1758) and, 9:907-908, 916 
Iroquois French alliance rumors (1758) and, 10:3-8, 28-29, 53-55, 316 
Iroquois Neutrality decision (Onondaga Council, 1758), 2:821-22, 839-40, 

866, 867; 9:901-906 
Jere murder news, 13:89 
liquor confiscation order (1758), 2:841 
major-general commission, 2:450 
Mohawk River defense (1757-58), 2:739-41, 768-69; 9:670-73, 675-77; 

13:101-104, 109 
Ohio French threat (1757) and, 9:593-94, 614 
portrait, 10:2 
on provincials and British regulars, 9:484-85 

Quebec expedition plans (1758) and, 2:887 

ranger company and, 2:763, 837, 840, 886; 9:486-87, 494, 906-907, 920, 
922; 13:101-102, 103-104 

regiment of, 2:683 

return to England, 3:636; 10:85 

Rogers endorsement (1770) by, 7:732 

Shawnee-Delaware uprisings (1756), 2:499-501 

Ticonderoga attack (1758), l:548n; 8:1068; 10:54 

Iroquois addrejss after retreat, 2:886; 9:941 -42, 952-53, 965; 10:67, 71 
Lake George summons, 2:843-45, 849-50, 851-55, 866-70, 871, 872, 886; 

9:922, 936-40; 10:6, 8, 9-10, 11, 14-15, 17, 21, 22-23, 29-30, 31, 42 
map, 2:872; 9:962 

warrants for Johnson, 2:779, 837, 867, 888; 3:5; 9:889, 892, 907, 969-70: 
10:2, 10, 14, 15, 16 

Wraxall and, 2:741; 9:853; 13:99 
Abraham (slave), 7:231, 232 
Abraham (Canajoharie), 3:157, 160; 9:461, 468; 10:626 

on Montreal expedition (1760), 10:181; 13:175 
Abraham (Delaware), 3:771 

Seymour execution witness, 12:271; 13:418 
Abraham (Asserego — Mahican sachem), 9:791; 11:62, 66 

on land frauds, 10:853-54; 11:361 
Abraham (Eaidone — Mahican), 10:183; 13:177 
Abraham (Mohawk chief, brother of Hendriek): 

Boston journey (1751), 1:357, 358 

on Crown Point (1755) expedition, 1:882; 2:126, 127 

death (1757) of, 9:589, 593, 594, 595, 600, 603, 620, 621, 626, 628, 650 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1756), 9:354, 392-93 

Ilartwick and, 2:417 

In.lian expenses, 2:568, 573, 604, 621, 638; 9:18, 24, 52, 53, 651 

at Iroquois Council (1755), 1:628, 630; 9:176-79 

land deed (1751) to Johnson, 13:15-19 

Logstown conference (1753) refusal, 13:23-24 

on military relations with fiulians, 9:617 

as minister to the Iroquois, 9:52, 53-54 

Mohawk French intrigues (1755) and, 1:489-90 

on Mohawk garrison, 9:498 



Index 

Abraham (Mohawk chief, brother of Hendrick), Nickas and, 9:62 

Susquehanna Purchase signature, 1:405 
Abraham (son of Hans, Mohawk), 8:965 
Abraham Tayorheasere (Little Abraham, Mohawk sachem and chief) . 

boundary line proposal (1765) and, 11:766-67 

on Canajoharie-Klock dispute (1766), 12:167-68 

Catawba message (1758), 9:960 

Cherokee-Iroquois peace (1767), 12:394 

condolence for the Bunt's sister, 10:501 

condolence for Kanodock, 10:901 

at Fort Johnson conferences (1761), 10:223-25, 236, 241 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois meeting (1762), 3:694-95, 704-705, 714 

Fort Stanwix Congress (1768) and, 12:504-507, 516, 626, 628 

French capture of Fort William Henry (1757), 9:819-21 

at Harris Ferry-Lancaster Congress (1757), 9:736-37, 745-48, 749-50, 753. 
57, 761-62, 782 

horse stolen from, 6:99-100 

at Johnson Hall Iroquois conference (March 1763), 10:626 

Johnson Hall Iroquois Congress (Sept. 1763), 10:800-801, 845 

on Kayaderosseras, 4:584; 11:359-61, 379-80, 381, 554-55; 12:126-27, 260, 
321 
settlement negotiations (1768), 12:530-43, 566-67, 572-78 

on Lawyer patent division (1767), 12:304-305 

Lydius recruitment (1755) for Shirley, 1:786 

on Mohawk Eiver threat of Indian attack (1764), 11:24, 25 

on Montreal expedition (1760), 10:180; 13:174 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 11:295 

Oswego Iroquois Congress (1759), 13:139, 140 

presents, 3:154, 159 

Schoharie Indian land complaints and, 5:528 

on soldier abuse of Indians (1758), 13:104-107 

Stockbridge Indian agreement (1768), 12:603-604 

Tionnonderoge dispute, 8:955, 965-68 

war party (1757), 9:795 

war party (1759), 10:99 

on Western Indian threats of uprising (1767), 12:363 

on Wyoming settlement, 4:67 
Abraham (Narragansett), 4:155 

Abraham (Tekekedorea — Onondaga), 10:182; 13:178 
Abraham, Betty, 4:159 

Abridgement of the Indian Affairs (Wraxall), cited, 2:762ra 
Abridgement of the New Yorlc Indian Records (Wraxall), l:467n 
Abthorpe and Byard, 1:770 
Acadia, see Nova Scotia 

Acadian Indians, 3:555; see also Nova Scotia, Indians of 
Acadian Eiver, 3:554-55 
Achonnere (Wyandotte), 10:202 
Achsinnessink (Sinsink), 4:288; 11:85, 91, 94n 
Ackard, William, 3:90 
Ackerman, John, sergeant: 

as trader at Oswego, 1:124, 235, 290, 350-51 
Ackeson (Acheson, Eckerson), Thomas, capt., 5:142, 456-57, 557 

accounts, 3:170; 4:373; 13:516 

justice appointment list (1770), 12:783, 811 

recruitment (1764), 4:363 

Schohary patent, 7:337-38; 11:974-75 
Acquawga Indians, see Oquagas 
Adaarious (Onondaga), 11:478 
Adageghtinge, see Charlotte River 
Adair, Dr. James, 2:758; 6:531, 682 

book dedicated to Johnson, 6:752 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

"Origin of Ye American Indians," 6:723, 7:253 
Adam (Mohawk), 4:311 j 10:180; 13:173 
Adam (Oquaga), 8:1049; 9:391, 703, 712, 714 

condolence for Christopher Johnson, 10:771 

Fort Johnson conference (May, 1762), 10:442, 443, 444 

at Fort Stanwix Congress (1768): 12:628 

Fort William Henry capture (1757), 9:817-19 

Harper land purchase offers and, 12:260, 346 

Johnson Hall conference (Sept. 1762), 10:518 

Johnson Hall conference (February, 1764), 11:37-38, 38-41, 49-50 

protests (1766) against frontier murders, 12:95, 137-38 
Adam (Susquehanna Indian), 9:349 
Adam (Onowarandio— Tuscarora), 10:182; 13:176 
Adam Akoyote Son (Onderohokte— Oneida), 10:182; 13:176 
Adams, , 2:137, 475 

Adams, (Lake George wagoner), 9:228, 229 

Adams, Hans, 11:488 

Adams, John, Ousterhout trespass suit bond (1770), 13:496-97 
Adams, Eobert, trader, 4:417 
Adams, Samuel, 1:857; 7:753 
Adams, T., 2:x, xi, xii; 13 :x 
Adams, Thomas, 7:661; 8:527 
Adariaghta (Huron chief), 13:254 
Adarundungas (Chugnut Indian), 12:628 
Adawadeanies, 2:664 
Adcondonga, 2:688, 700 

Addison, capt., Oswegatchie command (1769), 12:755 

Addongat (Odongot, Seneca chief), 12:389, 628 

Ademare (Adhemar), , in Bradstreet accounts, 6:435-36; 11:590 

Adems, Dunlap, 8:412-13 
Adems, Eobert, 1:131, 245; 2:492; 3:179; 5:294, 331, 339, 340, 408, 475; 

6:331; 8:985; 12:996 

accounts: 

1768, 12:648; 13:532-37 

1769, 7:275-76, 297; 12:760; 13:538-50 

1770, 7:844-48; 12:803, 856, 857, 870; 13:550-66 

1771, 12:901, 926; 13:567-85 

1772, 12:948, 1002; 13:585-603 

1773, 13:604-16 

1774, 8:1094; 12:1121 
ammunition order (1767), 12:288 
Argin and, 8:611 

Bradstreet and, 7:537, 634 

In Campbell account (1756-65), 13:335, 336, 337, 372 

Campbell boatload of provisions (May, 1770), 12:820 

Canajoharie-Oneida land deed witness (1751), 13:17 

carrot seed delivery, 8:1002 

Cartwright and, 7:1030 

Chew (Joseph) and, 6:460; 7:1147 

Claus and, 3:355 

creditors of, 4:212; 5:87; 6:501-502 

Darlington and, 4:845 

on death of Claus daughtor,8:909-10 

Duyckinck bill, 7:751 

English imports (1770) and, 7:755, 768, 798, 971 

Flood (Thomas) and, 6:350 

Fonda boatload of corn (1769), 12:742 

Fort Stanwix Congress provisions, 6:311-12, 313; 12:555 

Indentured servants procured (1766) from Wade, 5:175, 176, 191 192 

Inglis and, 7:761, 766 

Johnson portraits and, 2:x; 13:xiii 

Johnson will and, 12:1072, 1074-75, 1076 



Index 

Adems, Robert, land purchases: 

Denniston lands (Bayard tract), 7:465-66; 12:794, 795, 986 
indenture deed (1771), 8:266-70 

Oriskany patent (Oneida lands), 12:753, 811-12, 824, 960; 13:531 
Schoharie-Mohawk village vacancy (1770), 12:836, 855, 875 
Mayfield settlement and, 8:1051 
memorandum of stores (1768), 6:510-11 

at Mohawk conferences (Guy Park, May 1768), 12:504, 515 
money sent by, 7:204, 205, 210, 211, 219-20, 225, 236-37, 244, 340, 760, 
767-68, 794, 799, 801, 972, 982, 983, 1032; 8:157-58 
Gage Indian Affairs payments (1766), 5:368; 12:159, 180, 206, 213, 
218, 220 
Monier and, 8:1069 

Mortier and, 5:796; 6:505, 506, 533; 7:603, 604, 711, 757-58, 847; 8:505 
oath of allegiance, 8:656 
Oswego attack threats (1756) and, 9:342-43 
Oswego Congress (1766) provisions, 12:112-14 
in Phyn and Ellice accounts (1768), 13:480, 481 
potash affairs, 6:639; 7:59, 395-96; 12:1072 

purchases for Johnson, 7:205, 220, 223-224, 229, 233,239,777-78,783; 8:73, 
114-15, 157, 165 

accounts daybook (1768-73), 13:532-616 
Eoberts and, 8:135, 631 
Ross on, 1:327, 328 
salary, 2:613 
tailor's bill, 7:743 

Tryon County elections (1772) and, 12:1014 
Wallace account, 8:605 

Wetherhead and, 6:286, 314-15, 747, 1014, 1025 
Adems, Mrs. Robert, 1:930-31; 2:x 
Adems, Thomas, 12:787, 811-12, 819 
Adems, Dr. William, 8:709, 1051; 12:1087 
accounts (1773) for medicines, 8:845-47 
biographical note, 12:1062n 
witness to Johnson will, 12:1062-63, 1075, 1076 
Adenair and Rosseaux, Bradstreet arms supply (1764), 12:733 
Adighwadooni (Aughquisasne Indian), 7:109-11 
Adigo Creek, 8:236, 301, 396 

Charlotte River (Adageghtinge) patent and, 12:787, 788, 818, 875. 958 

983 
deed, 8:414, 543, 592 
purchase offers on, 8:422-23; 12:826 
Adirondacks: 

chief's death (1769), 7:130 
Claus meetings, 8:214n; 13:467, 622-23 
distrust of the English, 3:394-95 
flag for, 13:712 
Fox hostilities (1773), 13:622 
French attack on Fort Edward, 2:677, 691 
French sympathies (1751), 9:85 
Hurons and, 13:624 
location (1763), 3:240rc; 4:242 
(1767),5:650n 
(1773), 13:623 
Ottawas and, 9:533 
prisoners of, 3:404 
recruitment (1764), 4:426 
Skequanecks and, 12:175 
smallpox epidemic (1756), 9:412 
trade, 4:540; 12:174-75 

liquor trade protests, 12:347, 972 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

on travel restrictions, 4:516 

Western Indian message (1763), 3:273n; 4:180; 10:792 
Adiushkanoran (Onondaga), 12:628 
Adjonquay, 2:490 
Adjuketa Kiver, 10:866, 891 
Adolphus, Isaac, 8:950, 1023, 1072 
Adonissaiy, 10:972 
Adrianople, 7:945 
Adundais (Mohawk), 10:181 
Adungat (Indian), 10:893 
Ad'yadarony (Caghnawaga), 13:165-66 
Adynghkannorum (Huron chief), 12:169 
Adyughkanoorum (The Priest — Oneida), 11:109, 110 
Affarandungas (Onondaga), 3:165 
Africa, 3:24; 11:223 
Agar, , 6:683-84 

Agriculture: 

Albany harvest (1755), 1:809-10, 819 

barley, 4:870; 7:501, 1014; 8:476, 478; 11:562; 13:210 
New Jersey, 7:866, 904 

buckwheat, 13:182, 210 

Caghnawaga, 7:130-31; 10:373; 12:688, 738, 1026 

Canadian, 2:786; 3:403, 413, 416; 8:840, 866 

Canajoharie, 9:393, 547; 11:783-84, 813, 985, 986; 12:345 

carrot seed, 8:744, 912, 984, 1002; 12:1040 

at Castle Cumberland, 3:266, 355; 10:282; 13:209 

Cayuga, 12:1094 

Chenussio, 4:496, 498 

Cherokee, 3:517 

cotton, 4:888; 5:321 

Creek, 2:811 

Delaware and Shawnee, 2:468, 847, 877; 4:370, 3S9, 405; 11:132, 159 

drainage, 13:188, 193 

Dutch methods, 8:182-83; 13:194, 196 

fertilizer, 13:210 

flax, 1:312; 5:14, 321, 441; 11:562 

French, 5:322-23; 11:725-26; 12:255 

grafting, 6:169, 730; 7:1133; 8:13-14, 48 

harvest failure (1759-60), 3:197, 201; 10:109 

harvest failure (1761), 3:582, 594 

harvest failure (1765), 4:777, 801 

harvest failure (1770), 7:797-98 

hay harvest, 7:59, 611, 789; 8:527; 13:662 

hay prices (1761), 13:205 

hedgerows, 13:3 

hemp, 4:103-104, 724, 787, 856, 862, 866, 888; 5:14, 321; 8:183; 11:4, 562, 
622; 12:751 

hops, 4:888; 8:183 

Huron, 3:496, 501, 549; 13:626, 627 

Illinois, 4:887-88; 5:321, 326; 6:195-96; 12:255 

Indian conference time and, 9:185-86 

Indian raids and, 1:909; 2:468, 811 

indigo, 1:48; 3:626; 4:888; 5:321; 9:816 

industrial growth and, 5:11 

Johnson Hall crop and tool inventory (1774), 13:659-62, 665 

"King's gardens," 5:699 

labor costs (1764), 11:4 

Mahican, 9:791-92 

medicinal herbs, 5:760; 6:30-31; 12:446-47, 610-11 

Mohawk, 3:218; 4:657; 7:202 

Mohegan, 11:257, 258, 416, 417-18, 419, 423 

mowing charges, 7:867, 901 



Index 

Agriculture, Narragansett, 12:350 

Oneida, 4:734; 9:591, 629, 965; 10:68, 72; 12:736 

onions, wild, 13:209 

Onondaga, 12:286 

orchard planting (1738), 13:2, 3 

Ottawa, 4:447 

Pennsylvanian methods, 8:183; 13:181, 182, 183-84, 194 

plowing, 6:780; 8:1122; 13:209, 661, 665 

scythes, 13:544, 575, 594 

Seneca, 3:252-53; 7:682; 11:813 

settler removal (1767) and, 12:380 

slave labor (1753), 9:121 

spades, 13:591, 608 

timothy grass, 13:188 

tool prices (1770), 12:857 

Tuscarora, 11:188; 12:275, 362, 625, 735 

vegetable seeds, 5:35, 70, 111 

wind mills, 13:661 

worm infestation, 7:789, 803; 12:1111; 13:191 

Wyandotte, 4:403 

See also Food; Gardening; and see staple colonial crops, i.e., Corn; Oats; 
Peas; Potatoes; Tobacco; Wheat 
Aghsaweatha (Oneida), 11:29, 31 
Aghstaghregck (Huron), 3:699 
Aghswaghtagarat, 11:82, 84 
Aghtaghquesere (Caghnawaga), 7:954; 13:618 
Aghtaquiesera (Oneida), 10:82; 12:346 
Aguiota (Oneida chief) : 

death of, 10:75, 80 

Fort Johnson invitation (1757), 9:618-19 

on Frensh fort at Geneseo, 13:100 

on Iroquois loyalty, 9:623, 695 

medal bequest, 11:160-61 

Oquaga message (1757) by, 9:682 

on Oswego loss (1756), 9:518-19 

presents (1757), 9:621 

son of, 6:761; 9:619, 645 
Agunughguara (Oneida), 9:635, 637 
Ahrendorf, Frederick, 8:1210 
Aiguillon, Due d', 8:50 
Aijarecy Indians, 11:302 
Ainse, Joseph Louis (Hans) : 

imprisonment on Bostwick accusation, 6:466-67, 512, 673-76 755- 12 612- 
15, 651 

Bostwick deposition against, 6:525-28, 554 
defense of, 6:547; 12:615-16 

Rogers plot (1768) and, 12:439, 442, 449, 450-51, 479-80 

salary, 8:874; 12:641, 733 
Aiosh (Aioth), Pierre, 5:248 
Aix, He d', 2:887 

Aix-la-Chapelle, Treaty of, l:119n, 240rc, 436, 441, 779n 
Aker, Adam, 12:736 
Akousy (Saki chief), 11:302, 305 
Akowawbomye (Ottawa chief), 11:277 
Alabama Indians, 4:674 
Alamasa River, battle of, 8:161-62 
Alavar River, 13:244. See also Otter Creek 
Albany: 

Abenaki conference (1761), 3:360 

Abercromby meeting (1758) with Johnson in, 10:53 

Amherst-Johnson meeting (1763), 10:884, 888, 890, 905-906, 910, 911-12 

Assembly representatives (1752-1759), l:362?i 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Assembly members: 

1761, 3:324, 325, 578-80, 608-609, 621-22; 13:204 

1763, 4:272 
Bishop of America, residence in, 4:342, 381, 448; 5:395, 407, 440, 472; 

6:165 
billeting of British soldiers in, 2:495, 498 
boat building in, 1:458, 488, 542, 557, 563, 585, 611, 689, 692, 759, 839-40; 

9:216-17 

Caghnawaga ambush of Mohawks, 1:146-51 

Caghnawaga-Canasadega conference with Croghan (1761), 10:302-305, 

307, 445-49 
Caghnawaga meeting (1762), 3:623, 630; 10:382 
Caghnawaga trade, 3:376, 381, 387, 395 
Canadian informer in, 1:662 

Canajoharie claim inquiry (1762), 3:925, 934, 947, 948; 4:50-61 
Canajoharie suit against Klock (1763), 4:3; 10:724, 756-57 
Cartwright house in 7:489 
Catawba visit (1753), 1:386 

censures of Johnson (1770), 7:586-87, 627, 634-35, 641 
Chenussio traders in (1763), 4:228, 229, 232-33; 10-916, 930 
church pasture affair, 3:377 
churches of, l:6n, 14, 45n, 334n, 645n 

Marsh burial, 11:249 

Presbyterian, 8:97, 99 

Saint Peter's, 3:888; 4:501n, 636; 6:13, 28; 7:250, 265, 281-82, 812; 
8:350-54, 636, 787. 928n; 12:104, 1024n 
clerkships, 3:290n, 592, 596; 4:34rc, 88, 605, 635, 643, 767, 825; 5:418; 

6:786; 7:1110; 11:528-30, 532-34, 557; 13:13, 179, 180, 301n 

Marsh deputation of duties to Silvester (1764), 4:432; 13:331, 332 
Clifton Park land allotments (1769), 13:482-85 

Colden map of surrounding patents, 3:297-98; 5:422, 429; 12:215, 216 
Committee of Correspondence in, 7:251?i; 8:1203 
common council records (1764), 4:569 
Conestoga Indians and, 4:327, 343, 346 
Congress of 1754, 1:237, 263n, 404, 421, 451n; 2:211w 
Corporation appointments (1754), 1:418-19 
Corporation interest in Barclay glebe, 3:590, 610 
Couagne and LaForce escape (1757) from, 2:747-49; 9:830-31 
county division, 6:780, 786; 7:19-21, 43-44, 59-61, 100-101, 203, 594, 1110, 

1113, 1126, 1136, 1154; 8:*, 237, 263, 300, 311, 316, 357, 372, 503; 
12:905, 906, 932-33, 934, 939 

petitions concerning, 7:42, 60, 61, 88, 155, 204, 302-303 995-96, 1025; 
8:328-29, 330-35, 359-60, 369, 370, 383, 385, 1042-43 

see also Tryon county 
court session (June, 1771), 8:156 
Crown Point distance from, 1:813, 892 
Crown Point expedition (1755) and, 1:469, 472, 488, 502-504, 510, 557, 

677, 777, 830, 846, 885; 2:10-11, 31, 50, 97, 157-58, 178, 198-99, 207, 210 
226, 339; 9:241, 261, 273-74, 301, 303 

Council of Provincial Officers at, 2:304-305, 308, 313, 314. 319 324 
335-37, 340-41; 9:243-44; 13:70-71, 72 

impressment of wagons and drivers, 2:42-43, 76, 79, 107-108 178 502- 
13:46, 69 

Lake George battle and, 2:25w 

removal of sick to, 9:311-12 
(See also Albany, boatbuilding in, supra) 
Customs House, 4:791 
Delaware prisoners in, 4:352; 11:103, 105 
Dieskau and, 2:43-45, 46, 63, 74; 13:47-50 
Dutch in, 2:702; 3:328-29, 341, 365, 408, 887-88; 10:387; 13:201, 203, 209, 

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Index 

Albany, Eel Place, 1:203; 2:647 
elections: 

1747, 13:8 

1748, 1:127 

1750, 1:294; 9:56, 58 

1752, 1:358-59, 362-63, 380; 9:86-87, 88, 89, 90, 92 

1758, 3:15 

1761, 3:385 

1768, 6:123, 127 

1769, 6:574, 575, 585-86 

1770, 7:1048 

"Fire Place" removal from, 1:854-55 

Fort Hunter mission and, 4:17, 47 

fortification allotments, 1:920; 9:163 

Fort Ontario repairs (1752), 9:97 

French Indians at, 1:509, 543, 550, 565, 568, 584, 595-96, 624, 646, 650. 

696; 2:52, 76, 90; 9:153 
French prisoners (1755) in, 2:40, 41 

(1757), 2:747-49 
French threats of attack: 

1746, 1:54-56 

1748, 1:131-32, 136 

1755, 1:767; 2:8 

1757, 2:710; 9:659, 663-64, 666, 668, 681, 832, 862 

1758, 2:787, 791, 888; 9:932 
French travelers in, 1:215-16, 247 
German settlers in, 1:239; 9:146-47, 166 
Governors' meeting (1751), 1:339 
governor's visit (1771), 8:139, 192 
guard, 2:888; 4:67-68, 77 

Hardy in, 2:68, 77, 79, 92, 99-100 

impressment (1761) of horses and sleighs, 3:350 

Indian abuses (1763), 4:43-44 

Indian Affairs Commissioners, see Indian Affairs Commission 

Indian attack threat: 

(1763), 10:888-89 

(1767), 12:388 
Indian Council at (1755), 2:92-94, 99, 125-28, 131 
Indian council fire at, 10:359 
Indian murdered (1757) in, 9:676, 686 
Indian prisoner return (1765) to, 4:739-40, 775 
Indian visit (1747), 1:94-95 
Iroquois Council: 

(1751), 1:339-44; 9:83-84 

(1754), 9:130, 143-44, 155; 10:845-46 

(1756), 9:531-32 

(1762), 3:661 
Iroquois land claims, 10:972 
jail, 1:231-32; 4:300, 303, 314, 329, 333, 356, 431 

Canestio prisoners in, 11-822 

Chippewa murderers of Sinclair servant (1767) in, 12:336, 337, 364; 
13:435 

escape of prisoners (1765), 4:885 

debtors in, 5:27, 174-75; 8:134, 244, 376-77, 378, 381, 735-36 

"incendiaries" in, 11:201 

Indians (1757) in, 9:590, 622, 632, 642, 685, 686, 723; 13:95 

jailer appointment (1774), 8:1025, 1027, 1028, 1031, 1038, 1039, 

1040-41, 1081 ' ' 

Jessup land grant (1771), 8:4-5, 131, 198, 227-28 311-12, 364, 367, 382, 

393-94, 397, 451-52, 474, 507, 676-77, 682, 982-83 
Johnson house purchases in, 1:240; 2:761- 3:985; 9:36: 10-117-20- 

12:1066-67 ' 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Johnson as Justice of the Peace, 1:27; 7:869; 10:467, 565, 572, 610-11 

Johnson offered shelter (1745) in, 1:42 

Johnson patent petition (1761), 10:248-249 

Johnson request for Gage meeting (1766) in, 12:104-105, 110-11 

Johnson visit (1770), 7:741 

Johnson (Guy) land grants, 11:121-22 

Johnson (John) family captive (1776) in, 13:732 

Johnson (Warren) view of in 1760, 13:184, 211 

judicial appointments: 

(1757), 2:732, 735 

(1761), 3:385 

(1762), 3:608-609, 617, 621-22, 624-25, 647-48, 651-52, 653, 655, 659, 
666, 749, 750 

(1770), 12:781, 783-85, 792-93, 795-96, 824-25 
Kalm in, 1:304-306 
Klock trial in, 4:3; 6:743-44 
Lake George battle alert, 9:293 
land indenture to Eobert Adems (1771), 8:266-70 
land patents sold for quit-rent, 8:429, 543-44 
land settlement conditions, 4:724 
legal procedures (1756) in, 2:476 
liquor sales in, 1:812-13; 2:496-98, 562, 646; 3:450, 943; 9:531, 545-46; 

10:387, 478 

legislation on public houses, 4:633; 5:556 
Livingston Indian councils in, 12:552 
Lydius trial (1762), 10:467 
McMickel murder (1759), 10:962 
Mahican conference (1762), 10:386-88 
Mahican land claims, 10:387-88, 603-604; 11:361; 12:481 
map, 3:515; 13:102 
Masonic Lodge, 5:95; 12:103, 11471 
Maybe attempt to trick Canajoharies in, 11:555-56 
mayors of, l:185n, 329n; 4:569, 584; 5:64-65; 9:70-71; 13:12-13 
mayor's right to issue trade passes, 5:492 
Mohawk land claims and, 4:4-5, 239, 465, 747; 8:410-11, 567-69, 685-86, 

702-703, 714, 721; 9:153, 159; 10:225, 604; 11:767; 12:541-42 

Common Council claims and offers (1773-74), 8:936-37, 943, 949, 955-65, 
976-77, 979-80, 981-82, 990-99, 1053-56, 1087 

Common Council protest against Assembly bill (1773-74), 8:937n, 
1014-15 

Johnson Hall meeting with Mohawks (1773), 8:936-37, 943, 949, 954- 
68, 976-77, 979-80, 981-82 

Johnson Hall meeting of Mohawks (1774), 8:1095, 1105-1107, 1120-21 

Mohawk status as a "nation" in, 8:958, 960, 967, 996, 1036-37, 1054-55 

speech of Abraham to the Corporation, 8:965-68 
Mohawk River survey (1761) and, 3:297, 312, 418 
money lodged (1767) for Johnson at, 12:308 
mortgage records, 7:1033 

naturalization application of 26 inhabitants (1761), 3:357 
naturalization certificates (1771), 7:1080-90, 1113-15, 1138-39 
neutrality efforts in King George's War, 1:86-88 
New York sloopage (1761), 13:211 
Ohio Indian visit (1765), 11:784 
Oneidas murdered in, 10:292, 312 
Oswego cattle supplies (1756), 13:87 
Oswego fall and, 2:555w 

petition for soldiers' aid in harvesting (1755), 1:809-10, 819 
port collector, 4:716; 11:691 
postal robbery (1763), 10:613n, 614 
post office: 

complaints (1765), 4:852; 11:878-79, 940 

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Index 

Albany, 

complaints (1766), 5:29, 32, 35, 36-37; 13:384-85 

complaints (1772), 8:405, 419, 462-63 

delivery regulations (1772), 12:960-61 

Johnson accounts, 5:552; 6:765-66; 7:30, 647-48, 687-88; 8:176-77, 204, 
538 

riders for, 8:539 

Shuckburgh and, 5:645 

Stamp Act rioters (1766) and, 5:5,36 

Van Schaack as postmaster in 1757, 13:94 
prisoner exchanges with French at, 1:241-42, 283, 285, 338-39 
recruitment (1763) in, 10:717 
Road Bill, 1771, 7:1126 
road conditions (1760-61), 13:185, 208, 211 
road to Crown Point, map, 1:897; 2:740 
road to Lake George, 9:277 
road to Oswego, 9:486, 494-95 
scalpings (1755), 9:201 
Schaghticoke Indian land claims, 4:4-5; 8:686; 10:603-604, 608-609; 13: 

284-85 
Schuyler (Philip) monument, photograph, 8:370 
scouts near, 1:109, 170 
sheriff's appointments: 

(1749), 9:51-52, 58 

(1752), 9:98-99 

(1761), 3:385, 389-90, 399n, 404, 408; 6:575n; 10:275-76, 310, 335, 570 

(1762), 3:864, 901, 907, 951-52 

(1763), 4:198-99, 205 

(1765), 4:716 

(1770), 12:847-48 
Shirley meeting (1755) with Johnson in, 9:193 
smallpox epidemic (1770), 7:874 
Sons of Liberty in, 12:282-83 
Stamp Act riots, 5:5-6, 34, 36, 62 
stockades, 2:244 

Stockbridge Indian land claims and, 12:271-73 
Stockbridge Indian meeting (1763), 10:930-32 
storehouse, 2:779; 3:594, 905, 978, 985; 4:188, 204, 325, 342, 379, 392, 427, 

618, 668; 7:319; 10:15, 50-51; 12:207, 214; 13:104 
stores : 

Fort Stanwix Congress (176S) and, 6:432, 445-46, 447, 449, 569; 12: 
416, 672 ' ' ' ' 

Glen (Cornelius) application (1767), 12:325 

Indian blankets, 9:459 

Oswego relief and, 9:434 

rent, 4:562; 12:640 

wagon shortage (1768), 6:148-49 
surrogate court (1761), 3:299-300 
surveyors of Indian lands, 3:307, 313 
taxation of merchants, 3:129 
trade: 

(1758), 9:911, 919, 929 

(1759), 10:125 

(1760), 10:191 

(1762), 3:623 

(1763), 10:844 

Canadian, 10:257, 260, 283 

Chenundadey (1757), 13:100-101 

New York Assembly administration (1769) of, 12:686-87 

non-importation agreement (1770) and, 12:849 

silver arm-band fraud (1770), 12:860, 862 
traders' complaint (1767) against Jehu Hay, 12:289-90 
traders' petition (1767), 5:495-96 

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troop levy (April, 1758) by Johnson, 13:108-10 

Wemp suit, 8:740-41, 745-46, 787 

winter weather (1769-72), 6:587; 7:1123; 8:675; 12:884 
Albany River (Hudson Eiver at Albany), 2:647; 12:531-32; 13:184, 187 
Albany Snow (vessel), 8:610, 625, 770, 808 
Albemarle, George Keppel, third Earl of, 7:629?i 

Cuban expedition, 3:681, 682, 894, 928 

Havana trade regulation, 3:902, 923 

Martinique and, 3:681; 10:459 
Albergathy, d', 2:21, 24 

Albot, Joseph, 3:177 
Albrant, Hannis, 7:352 
Albrant, John, 3:357 
Albraut, Johannis, 12:819 
Alcide (vessel), 1:686, 692-93; 2:61, 88, 218 
Aleyweyuncta (Mingo), 4:505 
Alempigan, 13:448 

Alexander (political writer), 7:1147-48 

Alexander, James, 1:367-68 

on Albany election of 1752, 9:88n, 89, 90 

Iroquois Council (1751), 1:339-344 

New Jersey visit (1752), 9:87 

Susquehanna Purchase and, 9:131 
Alexander, Suky, 3:324; 4:10 
Alexander, William (later known as the Earl of Stirling), 1:363; 9:233; 

13:41w 

on Albany French trade (1755), 1:543 

boats for Crown Point expedition (1755), 1:557 

butler of, 4:328 

Canajoharie land claims, 3:745, 934; 4:116; 10:565 

Council of Provincial Officers and, 2:305, 308, 319, 324; 9:312-13 

Crown Point expedition (1755) arms, 1:519, 736; 2:476 

Dieskau and, 2:205 

at Fort George Council meeting on Susquehanna Purchase (1755), 1:454 

gardener of, 3:919; 4:48, 49 

Indian Affairs and, 2:400-401 

at Kayaderosseras hearing, 4:683 

Klock and, 3:584 

lawyer recommended by, 8:742-43 

Niagara expedition (1755) recruitment, 1:534, 755, 777, 786, 804, 841 

in Oriskany patent, 12:697 

Orme and, 1:895 

portrait, 1:777 

tent for, 1:609 
Alexander, John, and Company, 4:195 

Croghan accounts, 4:687, 716, 830; 11:636, 694 
Alexandria (Va.) Council: 

Johnson's authority and, 1:476, 501, 613, 616, 645, 826, 850, 855; 9:174-75 

Johnson's expenses at, 2:566 

Minutes, 1:465, 492, 521, 599, 612; 9:168 

Pownall exclusion from, 13:59 
Alexowitz, prince of Russia, 3:564 
Algonquins: 

Claus meeting (1771), 8:214n 

liquor trade, 12:347 

location, 3:240n; 4:242; 5:650n 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:481; 11:278-81 

recruitment (1764), 4:426 

Eoyal Proclamation on Colonial government (1763) and, 10:985 

Stockbridge Indians and, 3:623 

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Index 

Algonquins, 

Western Indian message (1763), 3:273?i 

See also Skaghquanoghrono Indians 
Allan, Thomas, 6:242, 244, 247 
Allegany County, New York, ll:515?i 
Allegheny Indians, 3:33%, 759, 846; 9:779 
Allegheny Mountains, 11:793; 13:193 

English ambush of Delawares (1764), 4:390 

Iroquois war path, 5:560, 10:605 

Mason- Dixon line and, 5:429, 469, 556; 12:310 

Ohio Company land grant (1770), 7:591 

Pennsylvania Iroquois land release (1757-58), 2:684, 755; 10:46, 47 ; 12:405 
Allegheny River, 3:33n; 7:591; 8:882; 10:539 
Allements, 10:822 

Allen, , goods ordered from, 8:881 

Allen, (Newkirk companion), 3:932, 935, 941-42; 10:564w, 568-69 

Allen, Elizabeth, 7:352 
Allen, John (son of William Allen), 12:595 

Izard and, 4:775, 780, 811; 11:802, 830 
Allen, Eiehard, 4:43-44, 107; 10:661 
Allen, William (Chief Justice) : 

affidavit on Delaware Philadelphia Treaty of 1737, 3:804, 813, 840, 841 

Croghan on, 4:340, 420, 421, 465 

Easton Treaty (1762) proceedings and, 10:566-67 
Quaker reports, 13:279 

Election of 1764 and, 4:564 

Fort Allen and, 10:533n 

Port Stanwix Congress and, 6:325; 12:392 

trade loss indemnities asked at, 6:477-78; 12:594-95 

Francis recommended as Deputy, 12:276-77 

Czard and, 4:767, 832 

Penn (Thomas) political aid (1764) to Johnson, 11:126-27 

Pennsylvania condolence present for frontier outrages (1768), 6:104, 107 

Pennsylvania-Maryland boundary and, 5:525, 545, 646; 6:2-3 

Philadelphia trader memorial (1763), 4:268 

Quaker schemes (1768) against Johnson, 6:237-38 

warrant against Stump, 12:425 
Allen, William, Jr., 8:1139, 1147, 1153 
Allen, William, trader, 2:577, 585; 3:157 
Allen, Fort, 2:802, 814; 9:734; 10:533 
Allicocke, Joseph, 7:172, 230n 
Alliday (Mohawk woman), 2:575 
Allimingey, Pennsylvania, 3:767, 839 
Allison, Patrick, 4:632; 11:565, 614 
Allman, Thomas, 1:381 
Allsopp, George, 5:181, 342; 6:8 
Almon (British bookseller), 7:839 

Alricks, Harm's, 5:435n 
Alsop : 

Darlington (Margaret) and, 7:628 
Alsop, John, 7:521 
Alsop, Richard, 3:148 
Alstine, Cornelius, 8:655 
Alston, John (Catawba), 8:563; 12:965 
Alt, Johannis, 13:554 

imprisonment for debt (1766), 5:27, 35, 175, 196 

named in Johnson patents, 3:634; 6:771; 10:248; 12:819 

naturalization of, 3:357; 7:352 
Altamaha River, 10:979 
Amadagia (Onondaga), 11:709 
Amagansett, 8:863 

Amboy, New Jersey, 4:327, 343, 346; 7:731 
Amelia (ship), 5:599, 602, 603, 706, 12:334 

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Ames, James, 3:919 

Amherst (Jeffery, first Lord?) "The Cautious Commander," portrait, 4:340 
Amherst, Sir Jeffery, maj. gen., l:548n, 670w, 856»; 2:S5n; 5:122ji; 10:607; 
12:1007 

Abercrombie, Jr. and, 10:863n 

Albany sheriff appointment and, 3:952; 10:276, 310, 335 
Albemarle and, 3:928 

appointment as commander in chief (1758), 3:12-15, 34n; 10:85 
autograph, 3:xvii 

Belle Isle and Pondieherry victory reports, 13:245 
Canadian Indians and, 3:196, 273n, 354, 553, 664-65, 670, 678; 10:281, 

450-51 
Canajoharie Council (1759) and, 3:27-312 
Canajoharie school and, 10:219 
Canestio murders and, 3:932-33, 941-42, 961, 978, 983; 4:64; 10:611, 613, 

614-15, 623-25, 628-29, 632, 633, 634, 648-49, 653, 679, 681-82, 751 
Canestio expedition and, 4:421 
Carolina Indian return (1762), 10:351 
Catholic religious liberties and, 10:281, 415; 13:165 
Cessation of Arms (1763) and, 10:617, 659 
on Cherokees, 3:516-17, 550, 573, 581, 593 
Clapham murder (1762) and, 10:520-21, 544, 690 
Claus commission and, 3:363, 371, 379, 548, 753, 830, 862; 10:191, 259, 

261-62, 474 
Claus draft on Johnson, for Williamoz, 10:315 
correspondence with Pitt, (See Pitt, William, Amherst letters) 
Croghan claim (1766), for non-payment, 5:78, 94, 145-46 
and Croghan debt to Denny, 10:255, 257, 306 
Croghan resignation, 4:208, 209; 10:823-27, 858-59, 882 
Crown Point encampment and, 3:389 
Crown Point fortification (1759), 13:140, 150, 151 
deserters (1760) and, 10:194 
on Detroit capture, 3:315-19, 343-44 
Detroit expedition (Monckton), 10:163 
Detroit Indian siege (1763) and, 4:138-39, 150-52, 167, 186-87, 212-13; 

10:716-17, 719, 723, 761 

Michilimackinac capture, 10:788 

Niagara attacks, 4:148-49, 212-13; 10:860-61, 867, 868-69 

Presque Isle attack, 10:733 

reprisals, 4:149, 151, 152, 166-67, 172, 183, 186-87, 193, 194, 195, 201, 
202, 204, 210-11, 212, 363; 10:766, 813, 830, 831, 835-38, 856-57, 
880, 905, 911; 13:325% 

Venango attack, 4:165 
Easton Council (1761) and, 3:205, 522, 523, 526 
Egremont and, 4:201 

English declaration of war on Spain (1762), 10:420-21, 428, 434, 440, 451 
Erie vessels and, 10:274, 285, 293 
Eyre and, 3:375; 4:432 
financial policies, 10:89, 96, 155, 196-98 

arms disbursement (1759) and, 3:16, 18, 19, 21; 10:102-103, 107, 109, 
111, 508-509, 548-49, 597-98 

arms disbursement (1760), 3:197, 199, 202, 206, 225, 227, 238; 10:187-88 

arms disbursement (1761), 3:331, 345, 388, 513, 515, 520, 571, 581-82, 
594, 600; 10:245, 246, 257-58, 275, 284, 286-87, 291, 331; 13:270 

arms disbursement (1762), 3:663, 758, 823, 890, 905, 965, 986-87 

arms disbursement (1763), 4:63, 188, 189, 209; 10:624, 750-51, 858 

Indian Affairs personnel retrenchment (1760), 3:277-78 

Indian Affairs personnel retrenchment (1761), 3:277-78, 304, 329, 
331-32, 350, 352-54, 375; 10:232 

Indian Affairs personnel retrenchment (1762), 3:606, 611, 622, 627, 
717-18, 730, 741, 742, 858, 876-77, 914, 978-79; 10:475, 489, 560 

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Amherst, Sir Jeffery, maj. gen., 

present disbursement (1760), 3:197, 199, 201, 218, 219, 236, 252-53, 
256, 263 

present disbursement (1761), 3:354, 515, 553, 593, 594, 597-98; 10:92, 
117, 138, 189, 244-46, 255, 257-58, 262, 277-79, 284, 286-87, 288-89, 
290, 291, 306, 307, 348 

present disbursement (1762), 3:599-601, 645, 675, 733, 734, 741, 744, 
758; 10:354-55, 427, 535, 548-49 

present disbursement (1763), 4:6, 219; 10:612-13, 615, 625, 649, 652, 
654, 658-59, 717, 857-58, 880; 11:127 

voucher forms, 11:976 
Forbes and, 10:91, 103-104, 108 
Fort Stanwix bridge repair (1763), 13:302 

Fort Schuyler and, 3:831, 835, 836, 857, 859; 10:482-83, 488-89 
Frank murder and, 3:434, 435, 504, 506; 10:292, 297, 312 
frontier defense requisitions (1763), 10:883, 888, 910, 912-13, 938, 986; 

11:12 
fur purchases, 10:314; 13:258 
Furey and, 4:217 
George II, death, 10:207-208 

German Flats alarm (1762) and, 3:854, 856-57, 859; 10:477-78, 479, 496 
German Flats Iroquois Conference (1763) and, 10:748-51, 753, 754-59, 761 
Gladwin instructions (1761), 3:414; 10:293-96 
glass commemorating victories of, 3:387 
Gordon (Lord Adam) political scheme and, 12:317, 712 
Harris sale of European goods (1761), 10:235 
Illinois French trade (1762), 3:935, 941, 961 
Indian Affairs Secretaryship candidates (1762), 3:581, 606, 611, 627, 635, 

717-18, 730, 792-93, 958-59, 989; 10:352, 355-56, 433-36, 438; 13:179 
on Indian services against French, 3:192-93, 198-99, 204-207, 237-38, 

346-47, 442-43, 446, 452 
On Indian services against hostile nations, 4:151, 181, 209; 10:209, 761, 

777, 826-27, 856-57, 879, 883, 991 
Iroquois-French intrigue (1760-62), 3:670, 678, 920; 4:800; 10:380-81, 384- 

86, 392-93, 394, 399-400, 405, 406-407, 421-25; 11:869 
Iroquois threats (1761) of uprising, 3:421, 505, 510-13, 514-16, 519-22, 

662-63, 792; 10:316-17, 321-22, 331, 382, 404-405, 471-72 
Iroquois threats (1763) of uprising, 4:95-100, 138, 14S-52, 164, 165, 166- 

67, 169, 171-73; 10:679-84, 857-58, 877-81 
Jesuit grants, 7:576n, 897 
Johnson's Albany meeting (1763) with, 10:884, 888, 890, 905-906, 910, 

911-12 
Johnson's English preferment and, 3:304-306 
Johnson's receipt of Amherst's correspondence and intelligence (June, 

1761), listed, 10:298-99, 300 
on Johnson's salary as Colonel, 3:183, 184, 185, 196, 199, 201, 305-306, 350 
Johnson's Schenectady meeting (1760) with, 10:147, 149-50. IBS 
Johnson (Guy) request for change of service, 3:886-87, 895 
Johnson (John) commission (1762), 3:685, 725; 10:401 
Johnson (Warren) visit (1761), 3:387; 13:211 
Johnson Hall guards (1763) and, 10:868, 913-14 
Jonathan and, 10:165, 166, 171 
Klock affair and, 3:618-20; 4:193, 196 
knighting of, 3:580, 595 
Knox and, 6:733 
La Corne St. Luc and, 8:561 
Lake Champlain victory (1759), 10:130 
land holdings, 7:191 

Lottridge commission application (1762) and, 3:971 
Louisiana command, 3:669, 682 
Martinique reduction and, 10:428, 459 
medal for Johnson, 3:378; 10:258 
on Michilimackinac conference (1762), 3:645 

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Missisauga treaties and, 3:131-32, 136-37, 142, 143, 251 

on Mohawk country defense, 3:17; 4: 231-32 ; 10:78 

Mohawk land claims and, 10:756-57 

Mohawk visitors (1759), 10:125, 127, 128; 13:152 

Montreal expedition (1760), 3:237rc, 260, 283; 8:1068; 10:179, 180-85, 218, 

251-54, 258, 317, 504; 13:144 

campaign orders, 3:192, 199, 203, 228-29, 242 

Canadian Indian speech to Johnson, 13:163-66 

Indian provision list, 10:176-77 

Isle Royale treaty, 3:272-73; 10:177?i; 11:353-54 

journey, 13:169-71 

medals for Indian troops, 3:317-18, 346, 378, 386, 441, 442-43, 445; 
10:218, 251,54, 258, 264; 13:218, 220, 222 
Montreal capitulation, 3:309; 11:609»; 13:171, 189, 190 
Montreal leaves, 3:576, 577 
Niagara campaign (1759), 3:19, 21, 37-47, 78, 107 

Niagara garrisoning, 13:118, 158 

Oswego correspondence, 13:121, 131, 138, 139, 140, 146 

Prideaux death and, 3:78, 106, 107, 110, 119, 120, 124; 13:116, 123 

recruitment, 10:85-86, 89-90, 96, 170 

victory, 3:108, HOn, 118-20, 124-25, 126-27 
Niagara Carrying Place trade permits, 3:387; 5:515, 728, 928; 10:265, 270; 

11:895 
Niagara Detroit Congress (1761) and, 3:429rc, 520, 521, 522, 524, 558, 597; 

10:277-79, 290-92, 297, 306; 13:231, 245, 255, 271 

instructions, 3:421-23, 514-15; 10:284-85, 286-87, 288-89, 295-96, 299- 
300, 307; 13:215 

proceedings, 3:559-60, 561, 570-71, 580 81, 593, 599; 10:330-31, 334, 
343, 347-48, 353-54, 460 
Niagara journey boatmen (1760), 10:161, 164, 166-67 
Niagara relief (1760), 10:157, 159, 160, 162 
Ohio fortification, 4:49 
Oswegatchie attack plans (1759) and, 3:19, 20-21, 141-43; 13:23-24, 123, 

126, 136-37, 139, 144-45, 146, 151 
on Oswego trade, 3:251-52, 253-56, 257, 261-63; 10:156 
outpost maintenance and, 11:6; 12:36 
pani return (1761), 3:361; 10:269 
Paris Peace Treaty (1763) and, 4:104; 10:663, 670 
Philadelphia conference on Indian Affairs (1759), 10:108 
Philadelphia merchants and, 4:265, 268 
portrait, 3:129; 4:138, 192, 210, 238, 398 
on prisoners among Indians, 3:693; 10:178, 187, 188, 285, 287, 289, 326, 

343, 351, 353, 362, 453, 459, 460, 563, 568-69 
Quebec and, 3:128, 229, 243-45, 247-48, 259-60; 10:160, 163, 171-73; 

13:123, 136, 146, 154 
resignation as Commander in Chief, 4:613, 626; 11:500, 517 
return to England, 3:361, 547; 4:222, 233, 237-38, 254-55, 260, 263, 284, 

297; 10:925, 926, 934, 937; 11:138, 193; 13:271 

public and political reception, 4:320, 336, 339, 340, 341, 342, 362, 364, 
394, 398, 464; 5:769; 13:330 
Roberts and, 8:133 

Rogers and, 3:246-47, 248, 250, 260. 262, 315-16, 330; 7:732 
Roubaud and, 3:279n, 280, 554; 10:186-87, 188 
St. Johns expedition (1759), 3:12S, 145; 13:131 
St. John's expedition (1762). 3:894, 897-98, 910, 912 

Shawnees and, 3:670; 7:610; 10:432, 434-35, 452, 458, 460, 543-44, 688-89 
Susquehanna purchase and, 3:302, 700-91, 884-85, 891, 904; 4:19 70 75, 

76, 84, 106, 122, 135; 10:213, 215, 230-31, 232, 266-267, 471-72, 473-74, 

478, 554, 567, 656, 671, 672 
at Ticonderoga, 3:120 
on trade regulation, 3:515, 536 588, 594, 728, 742, 905, 928, 941, 942, 

979; 4:24, 172; 10:103-104, 125, 128, 257, 260, 321, 323, 382, 865 

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Index 

Amherst, Sir Jeffery, rnaj. gen., 

liquor, 3:597-98, 601, 620, 621, 624, 665, 686, 700, 703, 711, 721-22, 792, 
793, 943, 962, 976; 4:134, 135, 192; 10:383, 388, 447, 478, 483, 489, 
491, 496, 683; 13:281 
Vaudreuil exclusive grant at Green Bay and, 12:6 
Virginia governorship, 6:338, 570n, 578 
Virginia murders (1763) and, 4:180, 189 

warrants to Johnson (1759), 3:182, 183, 184-85, 186; 10:89, 96, 109, 111, 
114-15 

1760, 3:197, 199, 200, 201, 261, 266, 277; 10:195-98 

1761, 3:331-32, 345, 347, 582, 593; 10:243, 277-78, 285, 286, 290, 293, 
297, 306, 308, 348 

1762, 3:601, 607, 821, 824, 870, 884, 913, 963, 978, 985; 10:471, 472, 
496 508 557n 

1763, 4:13-14, 22, 26-27, 32-33, 70, 150, 209, 217, 221; 10:654-55, 660-61, 
662-63, 670, 688, 882, 883, 912, 924 

1764, 4:423, 439 

Waters instructions (1761), 10:293-96 

Yates and, 3:385 
Amherst, William, col., 3:228rc, 290 

return to England, 4:254, 398 

Saint John's expedition and, 3:880, 897, 898, 910, 912, 959 
Amiel, John, ensign, 5:817; 12:216-17 
Aminabeaujeu (Chippewa chief), 7:716 
Amory, John, 1:220, 251 
Amos (Mohawk), 12:531 
Amsterdam, Holland, 1:347 
Ana (Mohawk), 3:610 
Anada (Oneida sachem), 1:135 
Anaiasa (Huron chief), 3:483, 488, 496-97 
Anakanko Indians, see Onagonque Indians 
Ananinqua (Mingo), 4:505; 11:330 

Ananquiere (Pottawatomie?), Wabash Indian message (1765), 11:982 
Anaquadecka (Seneca), 12:288 
Anaroongo (Onondaga sachem), 10:236-37 
Anawaka (Oneida chief), 11:512 

death (1772) of, 8:405; 12:946 
Andee Kouiasse (Chippewa chief), 4:804, 807 
Anderson ,3:70 

Anderson, sgt., 4:396 

Anderson, Capt., 1:194 
Anderson, David, 2:305-306 
Anderson, George, 11:488 
Anderson, John, 4:572, 608; 5:493 
Anderson, Thomas, 7:455 

Anderson, William (Delaware chief), 5:666; 10:685 
Anderton, John 6:254 
Anderton, Francis, 6:258 
Andras, Jacob, 5:721 
Andrew (Huron), 11:646 

Delaware-Shawnee punishment expeditions and, 4:628, 664; 11:604 625 

on Western Indian threats of uprising, 7:29; 13-438-39 
Andrews, Collin, 4:617; 13:234, 267 

Campbell draft, 7:871, 984-85 

Couagne and, 3:671; 4:247 

on Lake Erie shipwreck, 4:200; 10:812-13 

liquor trade, 3:719, 720-21; 8:363 
Andrews, Francis, 7:868 
Andrews, James, 8:139 
Andrews, Job, 1:857 
Andrews, Lewis, 8:1026, 1033, 1149-50 
Andrews, Robert, 1:857; 4:540 
Andrews, Samuel, 7:170 

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Andrews (Androws), Bev. William, 8:ix, 1, 59 

academy, 8:x, 279, 307, 320 

brother* Colin and, 7:871 

draft on Mortier, 7:355, 556 

Glen and, 8:678 

Inglis and, 7:359, 966 

Johnson draft, 7:335 

Johnstown mission and, 8:522, 549, 887 

letters of recommendation, 7:239-40, 247-49, 253, 256, 272 

Schenectady ministry, 7:291, 300-301, 390, 393, 567, 588, 693, 811-12, 906, 
1160; 8':182, 863, 928; 12:1078-79 

on Trinity College supply of missionaries, 7:291, 296, 301 
Aneus (Anigut, Sadahanwonota — Tuscarora), 10:945 
Angell, Samuel, capt., 1:867 

at Peirce court of enquiry, 9:257 

scouting orders, 2:190, 253, 268; 9:290, 296 
Angra, 13:213 

Anias (Chenundady), 9:652, 656, 780 
Anias (Mohawk), 9:489 
Animals : 

bear, 13:186 

buffalo, 13:205 

fox, 13:204 

hare, 3:187, 188 

monkey, 1:379, 380; 4:845 

panther, 13:198 

pig (See Cattle, swine) 

snakes, 12:447; 13:191-92, 206 

squirrel, 13:206 

turtle, 13:213 

wolves, 13:186, 201, 203-204, 205, 262 

See also Birds; Cattle; Dogs; Fur; Horses; Meat; Sheep 
Ann, Fort, 7:638n 
Anna Catherine (prisoner), 11:487 
Annaharissa (Onondaga chief), 12:670 
Annapolis, Maryland: 

Braddock in*, 1:459, 462, 650 

Council on Schanadarigroene migration, 9:341-42 

Cresap (Thomas) in, 8:1179 

Delaware raids near, 2:468 

Nanticoke land sales, 6:172-73 
Annapolis Boyal, Canada: 

expedition against (1710) 1:9» 

French plans to retake (1755), 1:849 

Indians of, 5:577 

siege of (1746), 1:63, 66, 67 
Annatawassee, 1:207 
Anne, queen of England: 

Albany Indian mission, 7:507 

Dellius patent, 10:311 

Mohegan Connecticut claims and, 4:457-58, H'.l; 11:257, 260, 416, 419-20, 
423, 430 
Annesley, Dr. William, 5:381, 518-19; 13:399 
Annett, Joseph, 5:345 
Annibal, Cornelius, 2:306 
Annodagah, sec Onondaga 

Annogongue Indians, see Onagonque Indians 
Annual "Register, 5:490; 6:7::.'5, 779; 7:172 
Anourisli:> (Canasadega), 10:94 
Anson. George, Lord, 1:116; 2:532; 3:659 

Cosby tract and, 4:204-205 
Antecomp, Grace, 4:155 
Antelope (vessel), 1:31, 37, 57, 181, 195, 220, 251 

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Index 

Antell, , 7:897 

Anthon (Antoine, Antony), Dr. George Christian, 5:205; 12:3; 13:256 

Croghan expedition (1765) and, 4:798; 11:853, 872, 958 

Fort Pitt appointment (1761), 3:300, 346 
Anthony (Canajoharie): 

plan to kill Johnson (1757), 2:715; 9:773, 774, 776 
Anthony ("native New York Indian"), land deed (1754) to George II, 

11:945-48 
Anthony, Charles, 4:154; 5:154; 11:432 
Anthony, Elisabeth, 5:154 
Anthony, Ephraim, 5:153 
Anthony, Hannah, 5:154 
Anthony, Jeams, 5:153 
Anthony, John, 4:159; 5:153 
Anthony, Joseph, 5:154 
Anthony, Margaret, 4:155; 11:433 
Anthony, Marey, 4:160 
Anthony, Patience, 5:153 
Anthony, Sarah, 4:155; 5:154; 11:433 
Anthony, Stephen, 5:153 
Anthony, Toby, 5:154 

Anthony's Nose, 3:299; 8:1190; 11:250; 12:1069 
Anticosti Island, 10:978. 979 
Antigua, 3:635. 749; 12:70 
Antil, (Colden friend), 8:528 

Antill (Antle), , Canadian visit (1766), 5:231, 429, 474 

Antill, John, 12:981 

Antoine, Dr. George, see Anthon, Dr. George Christian 
Antonagan Eiver, 7:790; 8:124 

Antony (Orughiyagareghre — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:176 
Antony (Sorihowane — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:175 
Antwerp, Lewis, 1:840 

Anugh Kary Tawy (Tionenkekorowy), 9:747 
Anughuanqua (Oneida chief), 10:44 
Apalichicola Eiver, 10:978, 979 
Aper, Abigail, 4:155 
Aperigo, , 9:796 

Apes, Mary, 4:160 
Apockys, 4:526; 11:349 
Appalachian Mountains: 

Delaware-Shawnee uprisings (1755), 2:368 

as French-English boundary, 1:445, 552; 9:570 

Pennsylvania-Iroquois land deed release (1758), 10:45, 47 
Apple, Hannis, 2:575; 3:357 
Apple Door, Devonshire, 13:214 
Appy, John: 

French attack threats (1758), 2:845n, 867-68; 9:930-31 

Eoubaud letter translation (1761), 3:332 

salaries of Indian soldiers and, 9:590, 633 

Williamoz payment (1761) by Claus, 3:548 

Wood correspondence, 2:851w, 852ra, 854n, 855?i, 866-70 
Appy, Mrs John, see Banyar, Elizabeth Mortier Appy (Mrs. Goldsbrow 1 ) 
Apthorpe, Charles W., 4:612; 8:289, 296 

Johnson (Warren) American visit (1746), 1:53, 59 67 

postal appointments (1769), 7:287 

Wappinger hearing, 5:506 
Aquadjood (French Indian), 1:357 
Aquiota, 1:405 

Aquirandongwas (Caghnawaga), 7:956; 13:633 
Araghiadecka (Canajoharie sachem) see Brant, Nicholas 
Arajungas (Seneca chief), 11:157 
Arbo, John, 6:69 

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Arbre Oroche, Michigan, 6:275n; 12:491n, S39n 
Arbre Croehe Indians, see Ottawas 
Archer, George, 5:616-17 
Archer, John, 5:616-17 
Archer, Thomas, 5:616-17 
Archibald, 1:358 

Arent (Kanundaghkirha — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:175 
Argenson, Count d', 2:25ft 

Argin, Thomas, 8:610-11 
Argyle, Duke of, 7:1078 

Argyle, New York, 7:596 
Arhonenther (Onondaga sachem), 1:365 
Aria (Mohawk), 3:151; 8:685, 958-59, 960; 9:653 
Chenundadies and, 10:147 

on Montreal expedition (1760), 10: ISO; 13:173 
Ariawacka (Oneida), 11:29, 31 
Arighwadaga (Chehussio chief), 11:321, 325 
Arkansas (Archangas), 10:822 

Arkansas (Arcanzas) Indians, 6:392; 8:661, 11:497 
Croghan message (1766), 13:412 
Pontiac message (1766), 12:228 
Arkansas River, 8:889 
Arkson, Garrett, 1:219 
Armagh, Ireland, 5:434 
Arms: 

for Abercromby Lake George expedition (1758), 10:6-7, 8, 10, 15 

in Adems accounts, 13:542, 543, 545, 546, 548, 555, 556, 557, 558, 559, 561, 

608 
Albany orders (1758), 2:779 
Albany orders (1766), 12:114, 207, 214 
bayonets, 13:196 

Bradstreet burial (1764) of cannon and ammunition, 11:493 
Bradstreet order of fusils, 6:64-65 
in Butler accounts (1761-71), 13:508 

Campbell orders, 5:515; 7:27, 28, 52; 13:340, 345, 351, 364 
Canadian liquor traders (1772) and, 12:972-73 
Canadian stores (1760-61), 10:168, 333-34 
for Canajoharie fort, 9:416, 428 
for Canestio attack (1764), 4:325 
cannon: 

brass, 8:460 
Fort Edward, 9:553 
Fort Johnson, 13:82-83 
French (1759), 13:142 
Great Carrying Place, 9:434 
Indian warfare and, 11:206 
at Niagara (1759), 13:124, 158, 159 
Schenectady, 10:148, 923 
in Cape Breton expedition, 1:32 
in Cartagena expedition, 1:11, 12 

Crown Point artillery and ordnance (1755), 1:476-82, 488, 515, 518-20 
538, 577-78, 604, 653-54, 664, 674, 710-11, 746-47, 759, 761, 762-63, 770, 
789, 822, 825, 828, 889; 2:65, 79, 85, 99, 117-20, 130, 131-32; 9:206 
Albany stores, 1:503-504, 510, 525, 542, 557, 600, 6.S1-N2, ess 688, 799- 
802, 836-37, 894; 2:67, 71, 101, 119-20, 149-50, 21 I, 215, 229, 551; 
9:269-70, 304 
deficiency list (1755), 9:263 

Eyre's artillery list of stores (August), 1:820, 821; 9:221-22 
Fort Edward, 2:144, 154, 239, 258, 321; 9:. ".07 
Fort Frederick, 1 :;">.'> 1 

French, 1:509, 678-79, 695-96, 891-92; 2:60, 62, 96, 119, 399 
of French deserters, 2:253, 257-58 

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.Arms 

' gun-carriages, 1:510, 577-78, 580, 587, 593-94, 600, 608, 611, 613, 619, 
647, 652, 655, 670, 674, 680, 686, 691, 724, 759, 830, 839; 2:116; 
9:279 
management in anticipated siege, 2:328-32 
management at Battle of Lake George, 9:229-30 
Massachusetts, 1:478, 571-75, 608, 610-11, 617-18, 623n, 661-62, 689, 

690-91, 696, 707-709, 858, 872, 885 
New York City, 1:443-45, 563, 676, 680, 682-84, 685, 686-89, 759; 2:79 
Whiting ammunition return, 9:287 
cutlasses, 2:585, 589, 629 

cutler qualifications (Samuel Edge), 12:980-82 
Delaware, 2:681, 4:495, 498; 11:244 

disbursement to Indians, 1:52, 72, 78, 81, 82-83, 84, 92, 95, 97, 107, 110, 
134, 281; 2:293, 298; 9 :15-30passim, 346, 347, 352, 440, 470, 563-64, 
645, 646 
(1757), 2:720-21, 725; 9:490, 507, 510, 588, 605, 611, 619, 620, 649, 651, 

652, 653, 657, 779, 780, 781, 789, 810, 829-30, 869 
(1758), 2:807; 3:14; 9:889, 891-92, 895, 927-28, 933, 942 
(1759), 3:16, 18, 19, 21, 39, 41, 44, 46; 10:102-103, 107, 109, 111, 50S- 

509, 548-49, 597-98 
(1760), 3:197, 199, 202, 206, 225, 227, 233, 235, 238; 10:143-44, 170, 

187-88, 194 
(1761), 3:331, 345, 356, 388, 466, 493, 513, 515, 520 571, 581-82, 594, 
600; 10:221, 222, 223, 238, 239, 240, 245, 246, 256*, 257-58, 275, 279, 
284, 286-87, 291, 326-29, 331, 332-33, 698-99; 13:236, 237, 240, 259, 
263, 268, 270 
(1762). 3:662-63, 708, 712, 758, 823, 890, 905, 964, 965, 986-87; 10:370, 
371, 427, 473, 492, 508-509, 515, 519, 535, 548-49, 597, 701, 704, 705, 
706, 707, 709, 710 
(1763), 4:62, 63, 101, 136, 188, 189, 200, 204, 209, 234, 257; 10:624, 

657-58, 684, 713, 714, 750, 755, 858, 899, 932, 934, 956-57, 988-89 
(1764), 4:287, 331, 371, 378, 379, 469; 11:167-68, 477, 495, 771, 780 
(1765), 4:638, 874; 11:596, 708, 709-10, 821, 870 
(1766), 5:96, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252-53, 254, 255; 12:49, 67, 200, 240; 

13:382, 401-404 
(1767), 5:671, 672, 718; 12:258, 259, 287, 288, 345, 362, 371, 388 
(1768), 6:366-94passim, 524, 540; 12:482, 498-99 500, 662, 670, 671 
(1769), 6:656-66passim; 7:15, 973-Slpasst'm; 12:799 
(1770), 7:780, 782, 783; 12:803, 834, 850, 852, 864, 867, 868, 869 
(1771-73), 12:900; 13:630, 713, 717 
disbursement : 

French, 4:282, 295, 404, 585, 607, 628, 801; 5:723; 9:578-79, 630, 691; 
11:167-68, 246, 404, 475, 482, 504, 696-97, 870 
English imports, 1:141, 456, 464; 2:899-90; 9:434; 10:102, 108 
fire-arrows, 1:101-102; 10:734; 11:9 
Fort Johnson shortage (1756-57), 9-829; 13:82-85 
Fort William Augustus (1760), 10:176-77 
French: 

at Detroit (1760), 10:145, 168 
for German Flats attack (1758), 9:915, 930 
Indian trade (1764), 11:219, 228 
at Niagara (1759), 10:122-23 
at Oswegatchie, 3:134-35; 9:915 
against Oswego, 2:691n 
Oawego plunder (1757), 9:606, 630 
at Ticonderoga (1757), 2:718, 790 
gift of pistols from John Lewis Gage, 5:817-18 
gun loaned to Otoangaut (Seneca chief), 7:1045 
gunpowder: 

Duncan order (1767), 5:515 
Holland, 8:1053, 1078 

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Montreal proclamation (1763) on, 4:286 

Phyn order (1766), 5:41 

prices (1761), 13:233, 270 

shipments, 3:377; 7:933, 1039, 1041, 1123-24; 8:1053 

shortage rumors (1757), 9:628 

storage charges (1771), 7:1124; 8:47, 56 
gunsmith's account (1767-68), 12:483-86 
gunsmith's account (1770), 7:1004-13 
against Indian raids, 1:53, 148, 149; 2:443-44 
Indian trade regulation, 3:884; 7:315, 405; 10:354-355; 11:730, 731, 738; 

13:270 

prohibition (1764), 4:237, 316, 400, 490, 617; 11:16, 20, 168, 234, 266, 
539 
Johnson's brass gun from Sir Peter Warren, 3:825 
Johnson Hall ammunition order (1765), 11:593 

Johnson Hall inventory (1774), 13:648-49, 657, 658, 661, 662, 663, 664 
knives (See Instruments, knives) 
on Martinique expedition, 3:625-26 
Michilimackinac Indian trade (1766), 12:199 
Michilimackinae requirements (1767), in Eogers plan, 13:449 
Mohawk Eiver defense, 3:853; 4:170, 178, 188; 9:536, 543, 551-52, 666, 

872, 876; 10:6-7, 8, 10, 15 
New York scarcities, 2:466, 482; 7:912; 10:912-13 
Niagara cargoes (1768), 12:650 
Niagara expedition (1759), 3:39, 41, 44, 46, 62-63, 79, 96, 107-108, 112, 

116, 122, 139-40; 13:116, 120 
Oswego boat convoy, 9:429, 434, 444 
for Oswego garrison, 1:25-26, 29; 9:422, 431 
outpost occupation (1761), 3:524, 525; 13:250, 253 
pattereroes (pedreros), 2:538n; 10:762, 763 
Philadelphia (1760), 13:181. 200 

in Phyn and Ellice accounts (1767-68), 13:469, 470, 472, 476 
poison bullets, 13:206 
prices: 

(1755-56), 2:506-646pa.s.s/m 

(1758-59), 3:151, 156, 158, 167, 168, 174, 177 

(1761), 3:302, 531-35 

(1762), 10:391 

(1763), 10:750, 755, 769, 830 

(1764), 4:559; 11:36 

(1770), 7:021, 623, 625, 837, 838, 844, 858, 860, 888-89, 973-81passm. 
1044 
Quaker supplies of, 2:777 
rifle "true or exact," ordered, 12:968 
Rogers supply for alleged treason plot (1768), 12:440 
for Roubaud,' 3:637-38 

sale of French plunder (1758), 9:889-90, 891, 900 
Seneca, 1:765; 11:16, 20 
settlers (1763), 10:718 
Sioux, 10:711 
soldiers' purchase of, 2:734-35; 4:170, 178, 185, 237, 261, 301; 13:109 

penalties for default, 10:1 L3 
swords, 2:422; 13:196, 652 
tariffs on, 4:560, 566 
theft of, 9:281; 12:940, 967; 13:713 

Van Ill's shipment (1771), 8:61, 68, 83, 87, 103, L07, L38, 117, L65 
Wade and Keiuser orders (1770), 7:824, 825 
Warren estate claim, 13:28, 29, 32 
Armstrong, Bigoe, col., 13:623n 
Armstrong, George (bookkeeper), 1:294 
Armstrong, George, col.: 

foxhounds of, 4:27; 12:2-3 

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Armstrong, George, Col., 

shipwreck (1764), 4:341, 383 
Armstrong, James, 5:825; 9:728, 732 
Armstrong, John, 5:230 
Armstrong, John, capt. (Indian), 5:666 
Armstrong, John, col.: 

Carlisle survey (1762), 3:875ft 
Kittaning destruction, 5:616; 10:964ft 
Eevolution and, 7:108ft 
Armstrong, Thomas, 1:127-28, 150, 181, 270 

letter of recommendation for his brother, 1:294-95 
Armstrong, Pennsylvania, forts at, 2:522 
Army: 

8th regiment, 13:623ft 

16th regiment, 7:554, 569, 671-72 

17th regiment, 2:801n,; 11:119 

21st Eegiment, 8:50 

22nd regiment, 2:801ft; 11:199, 223; 13:102 

26th regiment, 7:1079 

27th regiment, 2:801ft 

34th regiment, 11:928 

35th regiment, 2:425, 464ft, 801ft 

40th regiment, 3:517ft 

42nd regiment (See Army, Eoyal Highlanders, infra) 

44th regiment: 

Braddock expedition (1755), 1:783, 791, 793, 826-27; 8:1067 

Caghnawaga abuse (1761), 3:376-77, 380, 383 

Detroit relief (1763), 10:788 

Niagara expedition (1759) and, 3:49, 50, 53, 55, 57-105passim; 8:1068 

orders (1761), 3:403 
46th regiment, 2:801ft; 3:384, 403; 8:1026, 1149-50 

Cuban expedition (1762), 3:990ft 

in Niagara expedition (1759), 3-A9-105passim; 10:128-29, 130-31 

Niagara relief (1763), 10:803, 817 
51st (Pepperel's) regiment, 1:435, 436, 445-47, 448, 512ft, 538, 548ft, 566, 

598, 642, 779ft; 2:393ft, 495ft 
55th regiment, 2:801ft 

60th regiment (See Army, Eoyal Americans, infra) 
78th regiment, 3:403; 4:102 

80th (Gage's), regiment, 3:375, 404ft, 474, 524ft, 525; 10:816, 817-18 
Albany militia: 

adjutant general, 2:734, 809; 4:178, 186, 230; 6:180; 7:12ft, 88, 153 

cavalry, 4:178, 185, 230, 542-43, 547; 5:11; 12:384, 766, 790, 810 

boundaries (1768), 6:179-80 

company returns, 1:154, 246; 3:878, 933; 5:556, 606, 848-49; 6:39, 241, 
781; 9:402-403, 782, 867; 10:110; 13:96-97 

detachment (winter, 1755-56) for Lake George relief, 13:69, 79 

detachment levied (April, 1758) by Johnson, 13:108-10 

detachment (1757) for Webb support at Fort Edward, 2:728-29, 730, 
732 

detachment (1756) for Webb support at German Flats, 2:464, 548, 
555, 884; 9:449-50, 512, 515, 517 

district map, 6:39 

division proposal (1748), 9:11-14 

emergency directions (1755), 2:323 

emergency directions (1758), 9:873, 877, 897 

first battallion status of, 13:11 

governor's visit (1771), 8:139 

guard orders (1748), 1:144-46, 152 

guard orders (1758), 2:888 

Johnson's commission as colonel, 1:150, 154, 166-67; 2:808; 9:11-14; 
13:195 

Marshall company, 1:195-96, 218-19, 909; 2:471-72 

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Matthews's company at Lake George, 1:566, 666; 2:357, 405, 882n 

Mohawk protection, (1746), 1:54 

Mohawk Eiver Indian threat (1763) and, 4:178 

muster (1738), 1:2 

officers, 1:127, 165, 189, 439, 591; 2:713?*, 734, 882n; 3:551w, 606, 909- 

10, 949; 4:4, 7, 285, 289, 297; 7:453-57; 10:760 
recruitment orders (1762), 3:671-72, 683-85 
reorganization (1767-71), 5:540, 542, 556; 6:15-16, 75, 221; 7:203; 

8:101, 12:318-20, 807-808, 810-11, 905-906 
reorganized regiment, first battalion officers (1770), 7:453-55 
reorganized regiment, second battalion officers (1770), 7:455n, 456-57 
review (1764), 11:237, 251 
Schenectady guards (1763), 10:758, 917-18 

Schenectady regiment and (See Army (Colonial Militia) Schenectady) 
billeting of soldiers, 2:495, 498, 761, 810; 5:534, 540, 545, 598, 600, 704, 
853; 12:343 

Blues, 7:1078 

Bradstreet's regiment, 2:309; 7:587?i 

British regulars proposed junction with colonials, 9:484-85 

Burgoyne's regiment, 7:540 

burial methods (1760), 13:185 

Canadian regiment (1764), 4:381, 395, 402, 406 

cantonment of forces in North America, 1765, map, 11:958 

cantonment of forces in North America, 1766, map, 12:38 

in Cape Breton expedition, 1:52, 56, 57-58 

Carolina Independents, 2:541-52 

carpenter duties, 2:63, 117, 135, 152, 178, 180-81; 9:264, 265 

in Cartagena expedition, 1:12-14 

chaplains, 7:4; 9:482, 490, 491; 10:273 

Chauncey's companies, 2:89, 198, 211, 259; 9:263 

Cherry Valley company, 10:949, 957, 975 

McKean's volunteers stationed at, 4:297, 298, 342, 347; 11:79-80 
Claverack regiment: 

company returns (1769), 7:262; 12:766, 780 

company returns (1770), 7:643 

company returns (1772), 8:522 

Dunmore confirmation of Van Eensselaer colonelcy, 8:181, 529, 535-36, 
549-50; 12:905-906 

Kinderhook petitions against inclusion in, 6:678-80; 7:23-24, 302-303, 
368-09, 385, 393-94, 421-22, 446; 8:101-102 

officer recommendations (1769), 6:642, 700-701; 7:24, 101, 116-18, 266- 
67, 326, 360, 393-94; 8:100-102 

officer recommendations (1770), 7:510-13, 533, 535, 642-43, 679; 12:772, 
780, 789, 807, 808, 810 

township boundaries and, 7:266-67 
colonial dissatisfaction with regulars (1770), 7:528; 12:773 
colonial military quotas, 1:515, 522, 606, 665, 674, 687n, 689, 693, 893; 

2:312, 336, 430; 3:310; 10:112-14, 938, 954; 13:210 

(1764), 4:364, 382, 390, 395, 399, 402, 434, 439, 483 
colonial militia contrasted (by Johnson) with regulars, 2:420-21 
colonization and military government, 5:277, 321, 322, 325-27, 330 
commission assignment: 

Amherst and, 3:119, 122-23, 127, 131; 10:115, 116-17, 120, 139, 154, 191 

Banyar on, 1:423, 42 \:\:>, 439; 3:285-86, 287-88, 296, 397, 606, 949, 983; 
4:1, 7, 30; 7:356; 12:788-89, 790-91, 809, 810-11, 905-906 

Clinton and, 13:8 

Colden on (See Colden, Cadwallader, militia appointments) 

on Crown Point expedition vacancies (1755), 2:38, 40, 49, 103-104, 
137, 151, 163-65, 198, 252, 271, 358, 386, 405, 406 

Cuban expedition, 3:960 

dedimus potestatem (appointment powers), 12:771-72, 781-82, 809 

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Army, 

DeLancey and, 2:732, 734, 818; 9:140-41; 13:96-97 

Dunmore and, 8:84-85, 95-96, 100-102, 529, 535; 12:905 

Dutch and, 2:781-82 

Glen, Jr., on, 4:257, 266; 9:873-74 

Loudoun and, 2:485, 9:555 

Monckton on, 3:863; 10:569-70 

Moore on (See Moore, Sir Henry, on militia appointments) 

Provincial (1756), 2:439 

Eensselaerswyck and, 6:670, 679, 702-703; 7:24, 101, 116-18, 266-67, 
302-303, 326, 360, 393-94; 8:100-102 

Shirley and, 9:555; 13:41 

Tryon on, 8:448-49, 456, 458, 459-60, 549, 550, 571, 1102 

Van der Heyden on, 4:236, 237 
commission purchase, 1:330; 2:165 

Claus captaincy, see Claus, Daniel 

Darcy's, 3:889,' 898 

Gorham's, 7:91 

Haldimand sale to John Johnson, 10:400-401 

Johnson (Guy) company, 3:912, 959, 977, 981 

lieutenant-colonels' fees, 3:949 

Lottridge and, 3:970-71 

McLeod, 5:849-50 

Prevost, 5:89, 106-107, 189, 191 

prohibition (1767) of, 12:249-50 

Roberts, 5:81, 94; 7:926-27 

Rutherford, 10:259, 269 

Schlosser company, 3:899, 906, 951, 981; 10:580 

Shuckburgh's, 4:9 
Connecticut, 1:613, 622, 655, 657, 666, 671, 713, 717, 894; 2:41, 50, 99, 

107, 254-55, 264, 274, 279, 284, 312-13, 326, 357 

Lyman's regiment, 1:723, 730-32, 857, 887-88; 2:8, 89, 135, 211, 217, 
274; 9:237; 13:54 

Montreal expedition (1760), 10:170 

New York enlistments (1755), 1:129, 665, 876; 2:7, 39, 40, 89, 301, 
307, 358 

road work, 9:249 

(1764), 4:423, 426, 427, 433, 434, 435, 436-37; 11:168, 175, 192, 194, 
207 
Continental Congress (1775) and, 8:1207-1214 

court martial (See Legal procedure, court martial and courts of inquiry) 
Coxsackie regiment: 

Albany militia division and, 7:448, 449, 451; 12:319 

company returns, 8:522 

officers recommended (1770), 7:467-69, 673, 719-20 
deserters : 

court martial of, 1:139, 787; 2:305-306; 4:314, 439; 5:765; 13:51-53 

in Crown Point expedition (1755), 1:566, 678, 713, 716, 776, 781, 787, 
816, 857, 872-73, 890; 2:10, 78, 161, 180, 217, 218, 284, 288, 530-31; 
9:254; 13:62, 66, 205 

Fort Edward (1757), 2:731-32, 739 

Fort Ontario (1752), 9:90 

Fort William (1747), 1:89-90 

from Gage Light Infantry (1761), 13:232, 233 

as incendiaries, 4:329; 5:590 

Indian refuge (1762-64), 3:700, 792; 4:314, 319, 331, 367, 374, 377, 
387, 438, 485, 496, 500, 512; 10:522, 547, 578; 11:154, 156, 196, 217, 
241, 285, 287, 291-92, 293, 312, 318; 13:280-81 

in King George's War, 1:76, 105, 111, 129, 139, 166, 179 

Montreal expedition (1760), 10:194 

New Jersey (1761), 10:210 

New York rate of desertion (1772), 8:532 

Niagara campaign (1759), 3:76, 176 

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Niagara journey (1764) capture of, 11:251 

Oswego relief and, 9:413, 414, 421, 430 

Sherlock case, 4:492, 495, 49S; 10:684; 11:319, 812 

voluntary return, 4:333; 8:1026, 1033, 1149-50 
Detroit Militia, 6:437, 509-10, 536; 12:606, 673 
Deyger's company, 2:690 
discharge: 

desertion and, 8:1026, 1033, 1149-50 

discharge requests, 1:350-51, 718; 2:56, 64, 66, 208, 244-45, 886-87, 895; 
5:468 

dismissal of troops, 1:119, 121 

of invalids, 2:56, 174, 175, 177, 180, 235; 9:275, 277, 279, 282 

payment (1738) and, 1:3 

substitute hiring, 8:628, 731 
discipline: 

abusive language, 1:717, 870 

Articles of War on, 1:783, 816; 3:97; 4:185, 231, 261-62; 5:697 

banishment, 5:765 

of boatmen, 3:106 

cleanliness, 3:59, 100, 103 

court martial and (See Legal procedure, court martial and courts of 
inquiry) 

for cruelty, 3:376-77 

desertion suspicion, 1:713, 716 

discharge as, 7:311 

for drunkennesss, 2:396 

exercise and sobriety in, 1:658, 666 

failure to respond to company orders, 2:457 

for failure to shoot on order, 9:547 

fines for avoidance of duty, 4:221; 11:380-81 

for firing without orders, 1:817, 818, 857, 877; 3:51, 79 

of Fort Edward sick, 2:56, 275 

hostilities against British regulars, 1:413 

Johnson's orders for maintaining, at Indian Conference (1755), 1:667-68 

Lake George camp special problems of, 2:6-8, 10, 49, 74, 117, 134, 137, 
150, 152, 164, 180-82, 192, 194, 217, 221, 238, 240, 242-43, 256, 261-62. 
273; 13:63-64 

on march, 1:817 

obedience and subordination in, 1:731-32, 802-803, 818; 2:7, 10 

of officers, 1:61; 2:6, 7, 8, 10; 3:62, 64-65, 80-81; 4:185 

panic and, 1:791, 823-24 

quarreling, 1:870; 2:6 

of sentries, 1:870, 877; 3:88-89 

smoking near gunpowder, 1:817 

for spreading rumors, 2:108, 110 

theft, 3:100, 101, 102 

whipping, 2:306; 3:88; 5:765; 10:329; 13:54-55, 234 
drummer scarcity (1754), 1:422 
Dutchess Company, 1:651; 8:595; 9:873; 13:69, 79 
employment of soldiers by officers, 6:5 IX 

engineers, 1:689-90 (See also individual names, e.g., Eyre, William) 
food rations per diem, 10:72; 12:267 
Era in | iton regiment, 1:52 
garrisoning of [ndian forts with regulars, 2:204, 271, 309, 310. 180, 551, 

559; 3:11, 16-17; 9:161 62, 517, 535, 545, 546-48, 550, 600-601 
Gaylord's company, 2:357, 358, 406 
Gibraltar regiments, 1:52 
Grant's company, 2:357 
Gravs, 7:1078 
grenadiers, 3:50-105pos*tm; 4:178, 185, 230, 237, 255, 261, 262-63, 543 II: 

5:11, 395, 8:533-34; 10:42, 923-24, 940; 12:810-11; 13:190 

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Army, 

Guadelupo transports (1761), 13:211 

Hansen (Hendrick) company, 3:285-86, 287-88 

Hansen (John K-.) volunteer company, 4:286, 301, 316, 363 

harvesting duty in Albany, 1:809-10, 819 

Hessian regiments, 2:450 

Hobbey's company, 2:357 

Indian forces (See specific tribes) 

Indian reinforcement of regulars, 2:506-508, 510 

Iniskillin regiment, 3:47, 220 

Johnson (John) regiment, 7:262; 12:791 

Johnson's appointment as brigadier general, 6:x; 12:828 

Johnson's appointment as major general, 1:468-72, 501-502, 522-23, 525, 

536-37, 626, 631, 637, 808, 815; 2:x; 3:898-99, 953-54; 5:21 

commission (1770) from Colden, 12:828, 835 

Shirley instructions, 1:472-75; 2:396-97 
Johnson's guard on Niagara journey (1764), 4:445-46, 453; 11:13 
Johnson's hints for a commanding officer, 1:539-40 
Johnson orders (1748), photograph, 1:145 
Johnson's orders following German Flats alarm (1762), 3:834, 852, 853, 

854-56, 859 
Johnson's orders to Second Battalion (1754), 1:404 
Kinderhook regiment : 

address on Johnson's death, 8:1187; 13:638-39 

Claverack inclusion attempt, 7:266-67, 302-303, 368-69, 385, 393-94, 446; 
8:101-102 

company returns (1769), 7:262 

company returns (1772), 8:522, 549-50 

company returns (1774), 8:1003-1004 

division proposals (1772), 8:449-50, 455, 462, 550 

officers recommended (1770), 7:369, 385, 418-19, 421-23, 432, 445-47, 
448, 449-50, 451-52, 459-60, 467, 533, 605-606, 672-73, 674-75, 677-78, 
709; 12:789, 807 

Eensselaerswyck boundaries and, 7:267, 302-303, 329, 380, 447, 448, 640; 
8:84-85, 100-102 
Kingston company cavalry, 12:810 

Lake George (Nov., 1755) aid from regulars, 2:296; 13:69 
land grants for military service (1763), 10:981-82; 11:20, 73-74, 97, 104, 

116-17, 120-22, 346 
Light Dragoons, 6:222 
Light Horse companies, 4:178, 185, 230, 251, 261, 262-63, 542-43, 547; 

5:11, 329-30 
Light Infantry companies, 4:139; 5:329-30; 10:42 

Gage command, 10:788, 803; 13:228, 232, 233, 248, 249, 250, 252, 253, 
259, 329 

Niagara expedition (1759), 3:52, 53, 54, 55, 61, 87, 88, 91, 93, 97 
liquor sale to soldiers, 1:102-103, 787, 857 
Livingston Manor regiment, 7:262; 12:319 
Loyal American Regiment, l:224n-25n 
Lunenburgh proposed regiment, 7:579-80 
Maryland volunteers, 11:540, 569 
Massachusetts : 

Bagley's regiment, 2:63, 89, 151, 164-65, 211; 9:324-25 

Gilbert's regiment, 2:89, 200, 202; 9:325 

Montreal expedition (1760), 10:170 

Pomeroy regiment, 2:164-65; 9:279, 280-81, 324, 326; 13:55-56 

Ruggles' regiment, l:856?i, 868; 2:1, 94-95, 121, 165, 253, 284; 9:209, 
234, 235, 242 

Titcomb's regiment, 1:778, 779?i, 779-80, 787, 816-19, 828-30, 870, 878, 
887; 2:103-104; 9:230, 233, 235, 236 

Whitcomb's regiment, 2:50, 89, 308; 9:324; 13:51-53 

Willard's regiment, 1:884-85; 2:167, 211, 248 

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Williams's regiment, 1:723, 730, 779-80, 788, 829, 867, 877; 2:103-104, 
106 198* 9 # 229 230-31 233 236 
Mohawk River defense (1756)', 9:449-50, 512, 515, 517, 528-29, 532, 535-36, 
543, 550 
(1757), 9:636, 637-38, 660-64, 666-67, 670, 671, 676, 681, 783, 809-10, 

812, 829 
(1758), 9:867, 872, 873, 877-79, 885, 917, 920-21, 933; 10:26, 29, 40, 

41-42 
(1762) 10:477-78, 479 
(1763), 4:171, 173, 175, 177-79, 182, 187-8S, 201, 215-16, 221, 231-32, 

235; 10:758, 761, 772 
Mohawk River defense alert (1764) against Chenussio attack, 11:107, 
110-11, 112, 114 
Morgan's regiment, 10:459 
mutiny: 

1:787, 865-69; 2:6-7, 180, 217, 218, 241; 6:302; 9:280 
Mutiny Act, 5:272 
New Canaan and New Lebanon regiment proposed (1770), 7:413-14, 446-47, 

449, 459, 460 
New England troops, 1:73, 75-76, 79, 173, 435, 437n; 2:56, 196, 729; 9:210 
(See also specific colonies, supra and infra, e.g., Army, Massachusetts) 

New Hampshire, 1:592, 678, 838, 842, 877, 882, 888; 2:6, 61, 65, 84, 

89, 123, 150, 196, 255-56, 279; 9:1S0, 206, 231-32, 238, 241-42, 273-74, 

301 

Blanchard command, 1:607, 684, 691-92, 844-45, 851, 852, 858, 859, 
871-72, 879, 884; 2:14, 107, 109, 141, 167, 170, 272; 3:996; 9:224, 
228-29, 247; 13:51-53 

Fort Edward garrison (1756), 9:553 

Oswego relief (1759), 3:123; 13:123 
New Jersey troops, 2:309; 9:671; 10:170; 11:168, 175, 812 
New York Independent Companies, l:712n; 3:897 

degeneration of, 5:850 
New York Militia Acts, 1:262, 276-77, 280, 442; 2:444; 4:184-85, 230-31, 

261-63, 400; 9:13, 38, 69, 164; 11:381 

Bill of 1770 and, 7:356, 1027 

Bill of 1772 and, 8:413, 437, 555n 
New York troops: 

Bradstreet expedition and, 11:168, 196 

Canestio prisoner escort (1764), 11:109-10 

Crown Point campaign (1755), 1:723, 756, 7(i(i, 806-S07, 859, 865, 8f?7, 
870, 877, 878; 2:6-7, 14, 15, 38, 40, 83-84, 89, 94, 137, L51, 
195-96, 199, 211, 239, 257, 259, 288, 301, 307, 357; 9:206, 210, 228, 
237-38 

Detroit Congress journey (1761), 13:241, 245, 217 

Fort Edward garrison (1756), 2:357, 406, 423; 13:72 

Mohawk River defense (See Army, Mohawk River defense, supra) 

Montreal expedition (1760), 10:170 

Niagara expedition (1759), 3:48n, 49-105posswn ; 13:117, 120 

officers, l:578n; 2:741??,, S01, 887; 3:S97; 4:.n; 9:472 

Oquaga incident (1757), 2:744 

payment (1756-57) in, 9:551, 590, 632.",:: 

Seneca passage through German Flats (1764), 11:16 
"Nova Scotia Army," 1:849 

oaths of militia officers, 6:607, 714, 752, 787; 7:88, 380 
O'Farrel's regiment, 2:674, 683 
Oswego Act, 1:407 
Outposts: 

Albany-Crown Point, map, 1:897 

Bradstreet Treaty (1764) on, 4:505-506; 11:331 

communication between, 10:462-63; 11:6-9, 22 23; 13:408, 410 

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Index 

Army, 

English occupation of French, 3:454, 459, 478, 516, 524, 525, 538-39; 
4:170, 197, 202; 5:3; 10:752, 755-56; 11:21; 13:221, 229, 232, 250, 
252, 253-54, 409, 410 

evacuation (1765), 11:969, 987; 12:20-21, 36, 130-31, 149 

evacuation (1766), 5:1-5, 30, 49, 122; 12:62-63, 96 

evacuation (1767), 12:308, 346, 348-49 

evacuation (1768), 6:232, 313, 354, 356, 509; 12:512, 564, 597, 600 

evacuation (1769), 7:80 

evacuation (1772), 8:588, 593, 644-45, 646-47, 680, 756 

Indian resentment of, 4:275; 10:461; 11:21, 987; 12:21 (See also 
Indians, soldiers and) 

Indian (Iroquois) resentment of, 4:220; 10:504-505, 511, 680, 683-84, 
752, 755, 769, 830, 833, 834; 13:227, 233 

Indian (Western) resentment of, 4:281-82; 5:3-4, 718; 7:405, 652; 
8:645, 680, 756; 10:319, 322, 724, 725, 750, 867; 11:6-7, 26; 
12:1085, 1086 

Iroquois promise (1759) to guard, 13:141, 149, 155, 156, 157, 160 

reestablishment of Green Bay requested (1766), 12:160 

reoccupation (1764) of Western, 11:174, 200-201 

settlement surveillance authority, 12:130, 133, 142, 234, 367, 376, 710 

settler repossession (1766), 12:116, 124, 134, 147-48 

strategic reasons for development of, 5:3-4; 9:127, 129, 130; 10:505, 
511; 12:512; 13:130, 132 

trade limitation to (See Trade, limitation to outposts) 
payment (See Salaries, military) 
Pennsylvania, 1:56; 4:195, 377, 382, 402, 434, 439, 483; 10:759; 11:123, 

128, 170, 210; 13:55 
Perry's regiment, 2:743 
plunder: 

Acapulco ship (1763), 4:120 

Cuban expedition (1762), 3:879, 880, 960 

Detroit capitulation (1760), 3:294 

Fort Frontenac (1758), 2:889, 894-95; 10:4, 6, 7 

Lake George battle (1755), 2:195-96, 199 

Martinique expedition, 3:682 

Niagara expedition (1759), 3:115, 117, 122, 175 

Noble tried for, 2:241; 9:280 
Prideaux and Johnson orderly book, 3:48-105 
Putnam's company, 2:357 

Queen's Independents, 4:137; 10:723; 13:294 
ranger corps for regular troops, 4:402 
ranger military duties, 3:316; 10:758. 761 
recruitment for America (1764), 4:383, 395 

recruitment in Spanish war threat (1771), 8:50, 52, 69, 98, 104 
Rhode Island regiment, 1:655, 666, 674, 690, 713, 716, 723, 776, 864, 865, 

867, 881; 2:41, 78, 89, 190, 199, 211, 276, 527; 9:210, 227-28, 237, 257, 

297; 13:53-54 ' 

Rogers' plan for Michilimackinac government, 13:460, 462, 463 
rotation of regulars in service, 4:381, 395 
Royal Americans: 

chaplain, 2:85n 

colonial recruitment (1756), 2:451, 458; 10:41n 

colonial recruitment (1770), 7:730 

Conestoga Indian escort (1764), 4:327, 358 

Cuban expedition (1762), 3:894 

Detroit siege (1763) and, 4:137; 13:294 

Fort Edward (1756), 9:543 

Johnson (John) and, 3:685, 725 

Montreal garrison (1761), 3:403 

Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761) journey escort, 3:460, 468, 474; 
13:239, 241-42, 245, 247, 249, 252 

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Niagara expedition (1759), 3'A9-105passim; 13:144 

officers, 2:458, 515, 801; 4:339n; 6:319, 337; 7:1079; 10:8«, 41n 

orders (1763), 4:102 

soldier-Indian incidents, 9:686; 10:329 

West Indies duty, 8:346, 426, 461, 532, 759-61; 12:967-68 
Royal Artillery, 4:293; 8:52; 9:517; 10:923 
Royal English Fusiliers, 13:632 

Roval Highlanders, 2:450, 458, 464, 483, 801; 3:897, 908; 9:517, 543, 667; 
'10:41; 11:2, 928; 13:125 

Cuban expedition (1762), 3:990-91 
Royal Irish Company, 1:58, 67, 435, 437, 446; 4:102; 12:336, 474 
Schaghticoke company, 4:286 
Schenectady : 

cavalry, 12:810 

company returns, 3:880; 5:27, 556-57; 6:16-17, 217; 9:11-14, 867 

division (1763), 3:983-84; 4:230, 285, 289 

Flood abused (1762) by, 3:736 

guard orders, 1:413 

marching orders (1758), 9:872-73, 877 

officer appointments (1748), 1:186, 187; 9:13-14; 13:11-12 

officer appointments (1754), 1:423-25, 439 

officer appointments (1758), 9:873-74 

officer appointments (1762), 3:606, 949, 983 

officer appointments (1763), 4:285 

officer appointments (1764), 4:297 

officer appointments (1765), 5:11 

officer appointments (1770), 7:470-71 

officers list (1754), 9:138, 140 

scouting parties (1756), 9:550 
Scohary company, 1:55, 281; 4:263, 273, 365, 370, 374; 7:153; 8:1042-43; 

10:949, 957, 975; 11:35 
Schuyler's regiment, 2:459, 561; 10:273 
Scotch Fusiliers, 2:458 
Sliafer's company, 1:40-41 
shelter, 2:74, 214, 221, 321 

bark houses, 2:65 

Detroit barracks, 11:340 

forest, 13:200, 201 

Montreal quartering of soldiers, 4:224-25, 822-23 

tents, 1:144, 570, 603, 609, 054; 2:65, 523; 3:<il, 63, 64, 98; 10:158, 
173, 288, 289, 292; 11:190, 253 
Shirley's regiment, 1:192, 435, 437, 446-47, 148, 538, 564, 998; 2:156 
Sloss's company, 1:154 
Soutli Carolina company, 1:712, 920 
Southern Colonies, troops (1747), 1:75, 76 
Spencertown proposed regiment (1770), 7: I HI, 459, 461 
Stockbridge company formed (1768), 6:287-88 
Stone Arabia militia, 3:369, 370 
tradesmen in, 3:49, 87 

Ulster regiment, 8:456-58, 459-60, 554-55, 571; 9:873; 13:69 
Vaughan's regiment, 3:284; 10:459 
Virginia, 4:195, 201, 539; 8:107:: 

reciTutment (1774) against Shawnees, 13:687, 688-89, 693, 695, 696, 

Welsh Fusiliers, 8:1183 

troop arrivals: (1756), 2:458, 462, 473, 493 

( 1757), 2:674; 9:618 

(1758), 10:8, 15 

(1768), 6*222, 323, 338, W5-406, 110, 126,432,434, K52, 182 

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Army, 

(1769), 7:46; 12:712, 808 
(1770), 7:554, 569, 671-72 

troop returns (1761), 3:320, 322, 370, 375-76 
(1763), 4:87, 92-93, 102, 136 

Westchester company 1:651; 2:40n 

West India Regiments, 8:194 

Worster's company, 2:89 

See also specific forts, e.g., Niagara; specific military actions, e.g., 
Niagara expedition (1759) ; and individual military figures 
Arnett, Hugh, oapt., see Arnot, Hugh, capt. 
Arnold, Thomas, 7:354 
Arnot (Arnett), Hugh, capt., 4:651-52 

on Detroit murder of an Indian (1765), 4:874, 889; 11:970, 982 

illness (1766), 5:116, 149 

Mud (Seneca chief) and, 5:295 
Arogheyadecka, see Brant, Nicholas 
Aron, see Aaron (Mohawk), 
Aron Cate, 4:155 
Aron of the Hills, 3:153 
Arrendorf, Conrath, 7:808 
Arrendorph, Frederick, 11:933-37 
Arroas, see Silver Heels 
Art: 

artisans in Mohawk country, 4:697 

Cole gift of a painting, 7:1023-24 

engraving, 3:612, 956; 4:8, 12, 31, 112 

of Indian testimonials, 7:494-95, 521, 590, 592, 658; 12:34, 70, 135 

Johnson Hall inventory, 13:652, 654, 655, 656, 657, 663 

Johnson portraits, 2:ix-xii; 13:ix-xiii 

Johnson's opinion of his portrait, 1:931 

New York landscapes, 4:12, 31, 64 

portrait painting at Livingston Manor, 4:595, 622 

painting of Susannah and the Elders, 5:196 

picture frames, 7:473; 8:770, 776, 782 

portrait painting in Canada, 5:746-47 

prints ordered by Johnson, 1:265 

See also Music 
Arthur, John: 

in Butler accounts, 13:515 

clerkship application, 4:533, 536; 11:346-47 

discharge (1766), 5:220 

Latin compliment to Johnson, 7:277-80 

Mortier account statement (1765), 4:643 
Arundax Indians, see Adirondack Indians 

Arundel, Thomas Howard, Earl of (Lord Maltravers), 6:572n 
Asarondonges (Onondaga chief), 4:101; 10:44, 48, 657; 11:85; 13:507, 508 

on Montreal expedition, 10 : 184 
Asarunguas (Cayuga), 9:539 
Asarunkaghta (Caghnawaga chief), 7:922, 923 
Asconshean (Seneca chief), 6:750 
Ascough, see Ayscough 
Ascushan, 5:698, 757 
Aserigo, see Assarigoa, Philip 
Aserundungas (Oneida chief), 11:58 
Ashbridge, George, 9:743 
Ashe, , 8:892, 944 

Ashley, (attorney for Mohegans), 11:261 

Ashley, Benjamin, 9:644 

Ashly (Ashely), Noah, maj., 2:730; 9:231, 236 
Ashpo, John, 4:728 
Ashpo (Achpo), Samuel, 4:375, 376 

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Asinibole Indians, 4:788, 7:953 

Asichista (Mingo chief), 11:724 

Askacheang (Askuchean), Seneca chief, 7:986, 1125 

Askew, Eichard, capt., 4:811, 879 

Askin, John, 5:639, 640, 692, 693-94 

Aspinwall, , 8:976 

Aspo, Robert, 4:375 

Assaragoa, Indian symbolic name for governors of Virginia. See Virginia; and 

see specific governors 
Assaregoa (Asserego, Captain Peter — Caghnawaga chief) : 
on Caghnawaga loyalty, 11:609-10 

Canasadaga conference (Claus, Oct. 1767), 13:431-32 
at Delaware-Shawnee peace treaty (1765), 11:597-98 
house burned (1773), 13:718 

at Johnson Hall Congress (Sept., 1763), 10:838-40 
Lottridge and, 11:53 
Saghsanageghte and, 4:791; 7:520 
totem of, 7:961 

Van der Heyden charges for riding (1770), 7:493 
war party, (1764), 4:435 
warrior complaint (1770) against, 7:947 
Asserego (Caghnawaga chief), see Assaregoa 
Asserego, Mahican sachem, see Abraham (Asserego — Mahican) 
Assheton, Job, 6:559 
Asshfeild, capt., 4:9 

Assoi Indians, 10:450 
Assuntia (Oneida), 10:94 
Atassoqua (Onondaga sachem), 1:365 
Ateyweyuncta (Scioto Indian), 11:330 
Athanas (Huron chief), 13:631 

Athanasius (Mohawk), on Montreal expedition, 13:175 
Atherton (Athington — Rogers agent), ' , 8:134, 244; 12:354 

Athlone, Ireland, 8:32 
A thole, Duchess of, 5:770, 799; 6:339; 12:713, 892 

ill health (1771), 8:196, 197 
Athole, Duke of, 5:791; 6:337; 12:251 
Atkin, Edmund: 

Carolina journey (1757), 9:772 
Catawbas and, 9:887 

Cherokee meeting (1758) at Fort Johnson and, 9:968 
at Fort Johnson Iroquois Council (1756), 2:659; 9:560 
Onondaga Council (1757) decision for neutrality, 9:783-86 
Indian passports and, 10:942 
salary of, 2:772 

Superintendent of Indian Affairs in the Southern Colonies, 2:437-3S, 438n, 
485, 716; 3:12 
Atkinson, Polly, 8:352 
Atkinson, Theodore, 1:684 

Atquandadeghte (Oswegatchie), see Ohquandageghte 
Adiiwana, see Ottrowana 
Atruana, si < < )1 1 rowana 
Attakullakulla (Cherokee chief), 10:91 

[roquois peace negotiations (1767), 5:832; 12:339, 340, 393 
Johnson Hall peace treaty (March, 1768), 12:457, 472 
return journey, 6:224~; 12:689 
Attanyindanha (Ataamondanha — Cayuga chief), 11:157, 158 
Attawaky (Chippewa), 11:349 
Attawawana (Cayuga chief), see Ottrowana 
Attawonhood (Mohegan, son of Old Uncas), 11:418 
Atterbury, Francis, bishop of Rochester, 8:354 
Attiatawitsera, see Long Coat (Delaware chief) 

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Index 

Attongot, see Otoangaut (Seneca chief) 
Atwanaickho ( Chenussio ) , 10:185 
Atwood, , 7:122, 686 

Atwood, Dr. Thomas Bridgen, 12:448 
Aubert, ,2:20, 22 

Aubry, Charles: 

as governor of New Orleans, 4:761-62, 765, 800; 6:602; 7:212, 221; 

11 '882-83 
Niagara surrender (1759), 3:108, 109; 13:115 
Saint Ange and, 7:29 
Auchmuty (Auchmuthy), Rev. Dr. Samuel, 5:ix, 430, 436, 502-503; 6:531, 607; 
7:212, 555; 8: fa;, 187 
autograph, 1 :xi 

Canajoharie church fund, 6:464-65, 563; 12:656 

on Church of England policy in America, 7:309-10, 690-92, 695; 8:143-44 
Forbes and, 7:660 

on funds for mission schools, 5:464-65, 508 
Hanna and, 8:99, 110, 144, 174 
Johnson invitation to join Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 5:156, 

236; 11:955 
Johnson's intended visit (1768), 6:235 
Johnson's offer in behalf of an episcopate, 5:836, 837, 840, 841-42; 6:18, 

27, 77, 132, 165, 294, 415, 542-43; 7:4, 583-84 
land purchases, 7:4-5, 25, 168-69 
missionary qualifications and, 5:409, 410, 428; 6:685, 710-11 

American sources and, 5:466, 553-54, 622-23; 6:414-15, 456; 7:4; 

8:143-44; 13:415 
Andrews, 7:247-49, 265, 281-82 
Brown, 6:75, 78-79, 457 
English sources and, 5:695-96, 780-81 
German volunteers, 6:543 
Griffith, 7:114-15, 169 
Mosely, 8:584 
Eiggs, 5:801; 6:13, 79 

Seabury, 5:800; 6:11-12, 17, 77-78, 458, 544; 7:25, 115, 169 
Stuart, 7:543 

Wheelock standards, 6:455-56, 457 
on mission sites, 5:383, 389, 392-93, 426-2S, 439, 446-47, 461, 465; 6:226-37; 

291-94, 414, 456-57; 7:2-3, 25, 115, 282 
portrait, 7:168 
Rand and, 6:682, 685, 711 
Saint John's Day sermon (1769), 6:576 
on Schenectady church charter, 5:467, 508-509, 553; 8:1088 
Searson and, 7:868 

Smith plan for conversion of Indians, 5:508, 514. 55^ 
Stone Arabia church and, 8:59 
Auchquage Indians, see Oquagas 
Aucus (Tuscarora chief), 11:361; 12:273-76 
Auge, Aimable, 11:827 
Auges, M., 5:134 
Aughnawaiise, 11 : 158 
Aughquageys, see Oquagas 
Aughquisasne Creek, 4:540 
Aughquisasne (St. Regis) Indians: 
Abenaki dispute: 

Abenaki exposition (1770) of, 12:839-47; 13:619-20 
Aughquisasne exposition (1769) of, 7:109-12, 818-19 
Carleton view of 7:126-29, 654; 12:821-22, 840, 843-44 
Hertel involvement, 7:110-11, 127-29, 818-19, 919-21, 922-23, 928-29, 
930-32; 8:212; 12:846, 1027; 13:620 

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Hertel permission for temporary stay (1770), 7:897-98, 934-35, 947. 

958-59, 960, 961; 8:214; 12:845 
Jesuit intervention, 7:531, 532, 919-21, 930-32, 934-35, 960, 961; 
13:632-33 

ammunition request (1765), 4:874 

Claus conferences (August, 1769), 7:109-12 
(Sept., 1770), 13:708, 710 
(July, 1773), 13:717 
(Aug., 1773), 13:632-33 
(Sept., 1774), 13:720 

Claus paper certifying right to choose traders (1767), 13:430 

expenses (1768-73) in behalf of , 12:646, 758, 923; 13:708, 709, 710, 714,717 

military abuse (1764), 11:351-54 

Montreal expedition (1760) and, 3:378; 10:183, 254 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 11:309 

at Oneida, 11:513 

priest's dispute with chiefs of, 13:619-21 

recruitment (1764), 4:418, 426 

saw mill, 8:215-16, 526 
Aughquisasne (St. Regis) village, 4:395; 5:341, 635; 13:171 

English prisoners at, 10:178 

location, 11:51371 

priest at, 4:415; 10:423, 424, 425; 13:619-21 
Augsaghrogo (Canajoharie), 4:146 
Augsburg, Bavaria, 3:564 
August (vessel), 4:263 
Augusta (ship), 3:644, 650, 735 
Augusta, Georgia: 

Southern Indian Congress (1763), 4:279, 296, 304, 315; 10:950, 951, 952 
Augusta, Fort (Shamokin) : 

Burd command, 2:785n 

Bradstreet Treaty and, 11:492 

Canestio and, 4:288 

condolence ceremonv for son of Seneca George, 7:178, 254 

construction (1756), 2:439, 489-90; 9:311, 759 

Delaware threat of attack (1763), 10:867, 891 

Delaware visit (1758), 2:785, 787 

Detroit Indian siege (1763), 10:692 

Trench and Delaware attack (1757), 9:740 

French threat of attack (1757), 9:736 

garrison (1757), 9:771-72 

garrison (1762), 3:874-75; 10:499 

Graydon command, 11:746 

Kindarunty at, 3:924-25 

Lancaster Treaty (1762) and, 3:873-74 

McKee ( Alexander) stationed (1769) at, 7:183 

McKee (Thomas) Indian conferences: 
(1764), 4:579-83 
(1765), 11:759-60; 13:381-82 
(1768), 6:108, 111 

Montour (1762) at, 3:734 

riots against Endians near (1765), 4:755; 11:763, 785 

runaway slave at, 5:587 
Augusta County, Virginia, 9:310; 11:497, 516 

murders of Indians (1765) in, 4:755; 5:234; 11:763, 785, 812; 12:99 
Augustus (Delaware), 3:771 
Augustus, Captain (Indian), 10:533 
Augustus, Lady, 6:470 
Auqquege, see Oquagas 
Aurora ("piece of"), 1:361 
Aurora borealis, 3:349 

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Index 

Ausquisahawe (Seneca), 12:628 
Austin, John, capt. (Catawba), 8:247 
Austria, 3:144, 284n, 295, 564, 635, 892-93 

Spanish-French alliance, 7:1111 
Avery, David, 5:430; 6 : 443 ; 12 : 749n 
Avignon, France, 3:279n 

Avigo, Indian settlement on Susquehannah Elver, 3:153 
Avrard, M., 5:134 
Awetharung' waghs, 3:695 
Ayar, Edward, 7:561 
Ayashota (Mingo), 4:505; 11:330 
Aylesborough, Lady, 12:163 

Aylmer, , Lord, 13:20; 734 

Aylmer, Richard, lieut., 5:395, 693 

at Detroit courts of enquiry (1765), 4:670, 673, 676 

Fort StanwLs command (1767), 5:501; 12:267, 279 

on burning of blockhouse, 5:514-15; 12:278-79 
Ayoway Indians, 10:781, 782 
Ayre, William, see Eyre, William, capt. 
Ayscough (Ascough), John: 

on Albany election (1752), 9:86-87, 89, 90-91, 92 

on Albany sheriff's appointment, 9:98-99 

autograph, 1:1 

on Canunda Lake land sale, 1:333 

on horses, 9:95-96 

Indian Affairs minute books (1751) requested, 9:83-84 

on Province debts to Johnson, 1:298-99, 312-13, 314, 317, 333, 334, 351-52; 
9:97-98 

on South Carolina Indian embassy (1752), 9:94-95 
Ayscough (Ascough), Dr. Richard, 1:233; 2:82, 222; 9:70 

Johnson's land purchases and, 1:334, 379-80, 393, 414 

Oswego commissioners (1752) and, 1:363-64 
Ayyamaikan (Delaware), 6:559 
Baam, Philip, 3:357 
Babbingtons, 12:1074 
Babcock, Henry, capt., col.: 

Chew and, 7:241, 261, 273, 1148 

company in Crown Point campaign (1755), 1:716, 776; 2:191; 13:50 

Iroquois seminary proposal, 8:x, 857-59, 869-70, 919, 922-23, 980 

Johnson visit (1770), 12:826 

Middleton court of inquiry and, 9:286 

at Peirce court of inquiry, 9:257-58 

protest against Col. Dyer, 2:259-60 
Babcock, Jonas, 13:54 

Babie (Odinghquanooron, Huron chief), 8:469; 11:178-80 
Babson, Mordecai, 11:485 
Babtest, lieut., 1:98; 13:10 
Babtist, John (of Schenectady), 2:687 
Baby, Jacques Duperon (Detroit trader), 4:816; 13:254 

in Dalyell action at Detroit (1763), 10:764 

trade petitions, 5:133, 656; 11:825-29 
Bacchar, Abram, 7:463 
Bacchar, David, 7:463 
Bacchar, Garret, 7:463 
Bacchar, Hendrick, 7:463 
Bacchar, Herma, 7:463 
Bacchar, John J n0 -, 7:463 
Bacchar, John P., 7:463 
Bacchar, John Storm, 7:463 
Bacchar, Olebertus, 7:463 
Bacchar, Onobertus, 7:463 

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Bacchar, Peter, 7:463 
Bacchar, Storm, Jr., 7:463 
Bache (Beach), Theophylact, 4:49; 5:422 
Baehe & Simson, 5:399 
Backer, Caleb, 6:636 
Backhouse, John, 7:37 
Backus, John, 1:219 

Backwith, John, maj., See Beckwitk, John, maj. 
Bacon, , maj., 3:57 

Bacon, Ed. (Lord of Trade), 4:20, 214, 258 

Bacord, Catherine (prisoner), 11:490 
Bagley, , capt., 2:837 

Bagley, Jonathan, lieut. col. : 

autograph, 2:xiv 

at Crown Point Councils of War, 1:860, 861; 2:39, 47, 55, 70, 109-10, 198, 
250, 312, 317; 9:260, 319 

Crown Point guard reports, 1:870-71 

Port William Henry command, 2:332-34, 336, 395-96 

Glasier and, 9:472 

at Great Carrying Place fort, 2:14, 110 

leave (1755), 9:339 

regiment of, 2:63, 89, 151, 164-65; 9:324-25 

Rogers and, 3:247 

siege instructions (1755), 2:386 

wagon requisition, 2:358 
Bahachica, Colombia, 1:11 
Bain, James, ensign, 3:991n 
Baitlent, , lieut., 13:115 

Baker (author of Microscope Made Easy), 1:264 
Baker, , Cresap murders and, 12:1097 

Baker, , lieut., 13:133 

Baker, James, 2:305-306 
Baker, John, 2:4S6 
Baker, Lemuel (carpenter) : 

Claus house carpentry (1763), 13:304, 316 

Johnson Hall work (1763), 13:307-13 passim 

payments (Aug.-Nov., 1763) from Fuller, 13:315, 316 
Baker, Richard, 7:471 
Baker, Samuel (son of Sir William Baker) : 

account (1772), 8:576-78 

(1774), 8:1112-13, 1114 

American business abandoned, 8:559, 700-701 

autograph, 8:xv 

father's death, 7:471, 670, 697, 713 

Johnson (Guy) and, 8:329, 649, 752 

Johnson investments, 7:1116-17; 8:797; 12:1064 

power of attorney, 8:115-16, 265, 402-403, 477, 559, 574-75 
Baker, Samuel & William, 1:306; 4:533 

invoices and receipts from, 1:220-23, i_' r> ( » r> ] , 259 60, 290 91 

Johnson's orders, l:4n, 194, 198, 229, 346-47, 384 85, 581 
Baker, Sir William, 4:8, 120; 5:534; 7:894; 13: Hit 

accounts of, 2:771 ; 7:424-25, 471 ; 8:577 

arms shipments (1759), 3:139 

army supply (1756), 2:473, 505 

Croghan and, 4:339, 421 

death, 7:471, 578, 670, 697, 713, 784; 12:1064n 

Johnson (Guy) and, 5:772 

Johnson's commission as Superintendent and, 3:953-54 

on Johnson's investments, 2:663, 696; 3:508-509; 5:412-13; 7:7s i 
8:115-16; 13:92-94 

orders (1752), 1:384 

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Index 

Baker, Sir "William, on Stamp Aet repeal, 5:411-12 

See also Baker, Samuel and William 
Baker, William, Eichard & Samuel, sons and executors of Sir William, 7:471, 

708, 784, 1094, 1116-17 
Baldwin, Abraham, 4:498 
Baldwin, Herbert, 13:639 
Baldwin, Heaekiah, 7:414, 432 
Baldwin, Samuel, 7:413-14 
Balfour, Henry, capt.: 

Gorrell and, 10:697n 

Michilimackinac Indian Conference (1761), 3:537-45, 645 

at Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:474, 628; 13:251 

Nippisin Indians and, 3:362 

and possession of outposts, 3:524, 525; 13:250, 253-54 
Balk, , in Lawyer and Zimrner patent, 8:1089 

Ball, George, 4:215; 6:646, 647 
Ball, George Heinrich, 8:655 
Ballox (Indian), 8:355 
Balneavis, Patrick, capt., 4:404; 11:619 
Balrath, Ireland, 13:734 
Baltic Sea, 3:229 

Baltimore, Lords, 6:239, 258; 12:230 
Baltimore, Maryland Journal, 7:322n 
Baly, D. (Detroit Frenchman), 12:968-69 

Bancker, Adrian, Jr., Kayaderosseras and, 4:797; 5:214; ll:864n 
Bancker, Evert, 6:274 
Bancker, Eichard, 6:274 
Bancker, Thomas Brower, 6:746; 7:1107 
Bancroft, Benjamin, 1:862 
Bane, Peter, 12:676 
Banfil, Peter, 1:167 

Banker, Adrian, Jr., see Bancker, Adrian, Jr. 
Banton, John, 9:743 
Banyar, Elizabeth Mortier Appy (Mrs. Goldsbrow Banyar), l:334n 

marriage to Banyar, 5:490; 12:934?i 
Banyar, Goldsbrow, 1:385, 618-19, 887; 3:388, 419; 4:150, 823; 6:159; 7:560 

639, 640 

accounts, 7:246, 275; 13:492-94, 529-31 . 

Albany sheriff appointment (1754), 1:416, 418-19 

Andrews and, 7:256 

Assembly debts to Johnson, 1:301, 406-407, 424, 576 

Auchmuty and, 7:5 

autograph, 9:xi 

biographical sketch, l:334n 

Brackan patent and, 6:301; 12:751; 13:492 

on Braddock's defeat, 1:746-48, 759, 760-61, 765-66, 767-68, 771-75, 791-93, 
810-11, 823-24, 833-34 

Bradstreet and, 7:537, 710; 12:821, 824, 827 

Canajoharie-Klock dispute, 1:421-22, 427-28, 438; 10:442, 565, 570, 610, 
619-20, 641 
Council inquiry, 3:680-81, 726, 947, 948, 955; 4:1-2, 29-30, 38-39, 42, 

45, 46, 49, 78-80, 114; 10:442, 565, 570, 610, 619-20, 641 
Klock land purchase methods, 3:417, 419, 558, 573, 584-85, 596, 603-604, 

607, 617, 641, 648, 655-56, 666-67 
Magin widow and, 3:230, 267, 286, 288-89, 749 

Canajoharie patent (Eoyal Grant) and: 

conflicting petitions for, 3:297-98, 319-21, 347, 367-68, 373-74, 397-98, 

399-400, 420, 424-27, 558, 583, 595-96, 602-603; 10:276, 335 
deed, 3:296-97, 313, 319, 327, 366, 423-24, 561; 10:311 
Magin patent and, 3:297, 326, 368, 417, 596; 12:880 
presents exchanged for, 3:572; 12:156 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Eoyal Grant of, 12:754, 767-68, 781, 785; 13:493 

Royal instructions on land purchase (1761) and, 3:640, 646-47, 654-55, 
665, 679-680, 725-26; 10:342 

surveys, 3:370, 602, 615, 616-17 
cantata offering (1770), 12:811 
Clinton's land purchases and, 1:391-93 
on Council of Provincial Officers, 2:308-309 
Crown Point (1755) provisions: 

money for, 1:556-58, 561, 568, 576, 587, 588, 589, 590, 594, 611, 619, 
649, 673-74, 685-86, 688-89, 759 

ordnance, 1:525, 538, 557-58, 561, 563, 575-76, 577-78, 580, 587, 591, 
593, 600, 60S, 610-11, 619-20, 649-50, 652, 670, 674, 676-77, 681, 
685, 686-87, 690-91, 694, 696, 759; 2:132; 13:43 

recruitment, 1:498-99, 517-21, 524-25, 534, 566, 577, 589-91, 648, 687, 
717-19, 720, 743, 830; 2:81-82; 9:275 
Denniston lands and 12 : 794, 795 
on discipline of army labor, 2:180-82 
Dunmore arrival (1770), 12:876 
on Fort Stanwix Indian Congress (1768), 6:360-62, 476; 12:656-57, 659, 

685, 692 
Fraser (Hugh) and, 5:366 

German Flats maladministration charges and, 8:509-10 
German Flats patent, 3:369, 373, 397, 399, 416; 11:824-25 
Groesbeck and, 9:46 
on Halifax and Holland. 2:528-29 

Hardy and, 2:5, 37, 112-14, 129, 133, 322, 439, 540; 9:321 
Harper bond to Brush and French (176S) and, 12:582 
Harrison patent and, 11:692-93 

Indian Affairs records, 1:797, 806, 843; 2:51; 3:290 
on Indian Affairs Secretaryship, 4:595-96, 629 
Indian appeal (1771) against sale into slavery, 8:164; 12:909-10 
Indian land deed (1754) to George II, witness, 11:947 
on Iroquois loyalty (1756-57), 2:429-30, 749-51 
Iroquois refusal (1753) to confer in Albany, 13:25 
Jessup land grant and, 8:5, 198, 393 

boundaries, 8:580-81; 12:957-58 

Jessup re-allotmcnt of, 8:397, 451-52 

Johnson fee payment, 8:642; 12:986-88, 991, 1006; 13:530 

Low (Isaac) disavowal of, 12:935 
Johnson called to New York (Dee. 1755), 2:390, 391-92 
Johnson invitation (1762), 13:277 
Johnson letter (1755), photograph, 1:613 

on Johnson's military commissions, 2:87-88, 448-49; 12:828, 835 
Johnson's power of attorney from Mrs. Cosby, 12:996 
on Johnson's slowness to report to the Council (1755), 1:544-46. 558-59 

564, 565, 576 
Johnson visit (1773), 8:825 
Johnson (Guy) commission (1763), 10:874 
Johnstown and, 12:700 
justice of the peace commissions (1762), 3:604, 617, 633, 641, 647-48 655. 

666, 6S0, 726, 749, 750-51 
justice of the peace commissions (1770), 12:753, 771-72, 781-82. 789 790 

792-93, 809-10, 811, 824-25 
Kayaderosseras and, 3:642; 4:817; 11:887; 12:156, 262-63, 684 685 
land holdings, 1:440, 533; 4:92; 5:310-11, 331, 441; 6:360, 440-41 621 

636, 650; 7:710, 788; 8:681, 1179-80 
on land prices in Mohawk Country, 4:10; 5:310 
Lawyer patent and, 8:222; 12:297-98, 302, 658, 684, 718 
letter, photograph, 1:593 
McKillip lands, 1:402. 408-409, 412, 419-20 
marriage, 3:324; 5:490; 12:934n 
in Marsh lawsuit, 4:34 

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Index 

Banyar, Goldsbrow, 

Marsh will and, ll:248n 

on military events (1754), 1:403, 406, 415-16, 420, 434-38, 442, 459-61, 534 

(1755), 1:651, 676-77, 686, 719, 773-74, 810-12, 823-25, 833-34, 845-51, 
874-77; 2:64-65, 114-16, 140-41, 155-56, 202-206, 242-44, 287, 291 
{See also Banyar, on Braddock defeat; and see Banyar, Crown Point 
provisions and, supra) 

(1756), 2:441-42, 458-65, 473-74, 483-85 

(1757), 2:682-83, 781 

(1760), 3:228-30, 295 

(1762), 3:658-59, 878, 949-50 

(1763), 4:48 
militia appointments and, 1:423, 424-25, 439; 3:285-86, 287-88, 296, 397, 

606, 949, 983; 4:1, 7, 30; 7:356; 12:788-89, 790-91, 809, 810-11, 

905-906 
Mohawk recruitment (1755) and, 2:80-81, 85-87 
Mortier and, 7:444, 476, 554, 634, 758; 8:347, 396, 437, 506; 13:492, 494, 

529 
nephew, 12:990 

on New York Assembly election (1769), 6:686; 12:691-92 
on New York Council oaths, 3:618 
on New York opinion of Johnson, 1:832-33 
Northampton patent and, 12:191, 222, 262, 381, 771, 828 
"Northern tract" in the rear of Kingsborough and, 12:814-15, 817-19, 824, 

835, 836, 854, 874 
Onondaga (Canunda) Lake lands and, 1:334-35 
Oriskany patent (Oneida lands) : 

boundaries, 12:156, 704, 707-708, 753-54, 766, 906 

deed, 12:827, 875, 907, 908 

Preston tract addition (1772), 12:935-36, 958-59, 982-84, 990-91, 996. 
1006; 13:530 

purchase money, 5:575, 598; 8:157-58, 236; 12:659, 684-85; 13:492, 531 
Oswego relief (1756) and, 2:430, 442, 449 
petitions for purchase of Indian lands (1765), 4:657-58 
on Pfister and Duane land grant, 5:274-75 
portrait, 9:274; 12:656 
post road contributions, 7:957 
printers' orders (1764) and, 11:70 
ranger officers for, 7:631, 632 
Roberts land patent and, 8:631; 13:531 
on Sacondaga fortification, 2:269-70 
Sacondaga patent (Clarke tract) and, 5:429, 441, 527, 540; 12:89, 146, 

155-56, 191-93, 221-24, 262-63, 283, 297, 301, 343, 381, 658, 684, 771, 

828-29 ' 

Sadachqueda lands, 12 : 704, 705, 751, 753 
Schoharie cobalt mine and, 12:301 

Schoharie-Mohawk village tract (1770) and, 12:835-36, 854-55, 875 
Servis patent and, 12:684, 691, 703, 718; 13:491-92 
on Shirley's commission as Commander in Chief, 2:271, 285-87 
on Shirley's influence with Braddock, 1:459-61 
Sinnott patent and, 12:719 
Sons of Liberty and, 12:343 
on the Stamp Act, 4:716, 858 
Stevens patent, lands adjoining (1754-55), 1:394-95, 401-402, 407-408 

411-12, 414, 417, 427, 428-29, 439-40, 532-33, 562, 565, 569; 9:98 
surrogate's office, 7:173 

Susquehanna (Adigo and Adageghtinge Creek) lands purchased by John- 
son, 1:419, 921-22; 3:286-87, 296; 8:414; 12:706, 718-19, 754 767 

787-88, 811-12, 818, 829-30, 854, 875, 880, 958; 13:16n, 529, 530 ' 
Susquehanna settlement and, 1:436, 440-41 
Teuthendocta lands, 3:732, 749 
on Ticonderoga, 2:116, 153, 242; 9:244-46, 251 
on Tryon, 8:192-93 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Tryon County and, 8:396-97; 12:904-905, 934, 938 

Vaughan land sales and, 12:064, 685 

Waggoner's patent, 12:991 

in Wallace accounts, 8:471 

on Wappinger Indian claims, 5:468, 506, 515, 527; 12:283», 297 

on war legislation, 2:463 
Bapcock, Hannah, 4:160 
Baptists, 8:1159 
Barbadoes, 1:24; 13:180 
Barbary States, 3:681 
Barclay, Andrew, 7:578 
Barclay, Rev. Henry, 1:4, 14, 211, 229 

autograph, iixvi 

Bennet mission and, 4:182 

biographical sketch, l:6n 

education of Joseph Brant, 13:300 

Indian prayerbook and, 3:903; 4:72-73, 78, 107, 219, 540, 605; 10:935-36; 
13:299-300 

land grant, 1:351, 561, 645 (See also Barclay grant) 

Western Indian revolts (1763), 13:300-301 
Barclay, Mrs. Henry, 5:409-10, 427; 6:13, 79 
Barclay, John, 3:75*0; 8:351; 12:783, 792 
Barclay, Thomas, l:224n-25n, 
Barclay grant, 1:351, 561, 645 

as Canajoharie glebe, 3:366, 411; 4:47; 6:29; 10:241-42, 250, 311, 335; 
11:555, 767; 13:416 

Society for the Propagation of the Gospel and, 3:590; 4:17, 48; 5:389, 
392-93, 409-10, 427-28, 436, 440, 461, 847; 6:12-13, 67, 78-79, 226-27, 
292; 7:392 

purchase decision (1768), 6:414, 528, 747; 7:3 
schoolmaster settlement on, 6:456-57, 685, 711; 7:25; 11:555 
transmission of deeds to Johnson, 7:115, 247, 281 

terms of release: 

Barclay's, 3:589-91, 610; 4:17, 47-48; 10:335 
heirs' terms, 5:409-10, 428-29; 6:29 
Barckley & Jons, 8:166-67 
Bard, John, 11:852 
Bard, Dr. John, 7:503ft 
Bard, Nicholas, 7:066 
Barelott, John (Hannis) Wolf, 1:219; 6:95, 448-49 

mentioned in Johnson patent, 3:634; 6:771; 10:248 
Bargardus, Jacob, 1:120 

Barhuit, Teunis, in Bradstreet account (1768), 12:677 
Barhuyt, Comelis, 3:377 

Barker, on justice list (1770), 12:810 

Barker, John, 4:156, 161; 11:238, 435 
Barkeyt, Cornelius, 7:1107 
Barkeyt, Johannes, 7:1107 
Barkeyt, Johannes Jerom, 7:1107 
Barkeyt, John, Jr., 7:1107 
Barkley, David, lieut., 3:990n 
Barky, John, 3:166 
Barkydh, Cornelius, 3:165 
Barlet, John Wolf, see Barelett, John Wolf 
Barnard, Gov., see Bernard, Gov. Francis 
Barnay (smith), 3:128 

Barner, John, 2:731 
Barnham, Thomas, lieut., 9:237 
Barnier, see Bernier 
Barns, , 5:488 

Bamsley, Thomas, capt., 4:277 
Baron, Abigail, 4:154 
Baron, Pierre, 5:813 

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Index 

Baronetage of England (Kiniber and Johnson), 3:x 

Barons, Benjamin, 2:37, 87, 515; 9:457 

Barr, Dr. , 3 : 928 ; 4 : 179 ; 13 : 270 

Barre, maj., 10:208 

Barre, Madame, 8:50 

Barre, Isaac, lieut.col., 4:336; 6:62?i 

Barrell, William, 8:1020, 1063, 1163; 13:636 

Barret, Thomas, 8:353 

Barries, Isack, see Paris, Isaac 

Barrington (Barington), Lord, 2:351; 8:358 

Barrington, 6:210 

Barritt, Lemuel, capt., 5:52-54, 119, 123; 12:41, 52 

Barroiz, , cadet, 13:115 

Barrow, Thomas, 2:779; 12:1040; 13:694 

as paymaster, succeeding Mortier, 8:478 

Johnson's account with, 8:716-17, 723, 785 

Tice bond and, 8:659, 723 

warrants to Johnson, 8:492, 620, 628, 652, 717, 766, 774-75, 904, 941-42, 
1097, 1117, 1136, 1166, 1169, 1170; 12:1103, 1106 
Barry, Dr. (Dublin physician), 12:1031 

Barry, Abraham, 13:53 
Barry, Garret, 5:532 
Barry, Thomas, 3:177; 8:351; 13:554 
Bart, (Frenchman from Ouiatanon), 11:855 

Bartholome, (trader), 5:523; 12:544 

Bartholomew, ,4:671 

Bartholomew, Jacob, 7:667 
Bartholomew, John, 7:216, 676, 1031; 13:505 
Bartle, (Detroit gunsmith), 13:319 

Bartman, George, 2:733 
Bartolozzi, , 2:xii; 13:xi 

Barton, Bev. Thomas: 

on agricultural methods, 8:182-83 

education of William of Canajoharie, 5:604-605, 775, 843-45; 6:66, 170-72, 
238; 12:1065m, 

electrical apparatus from, 11:954 

Fort Stanwix Congress and, 7:515 

gunsmith recommended, 4:180 

illness (1771), 8:181 

on Indian schools, 5:403-404, 407, 436-38, 439, 446-47, 461, 533, 775 

Johnstown settlers and, 5:436, 532-33; 6:68 

land purchases, 4:868; 7:390-91, 812-13; 8:184-85 

missionary recommendations, 5:821-22, 846; 6:11-12, 17, 67, 73, 77, 79; 
7:239-40, 516, 518, 566-67, 811-12, 1160 

overseer's appointment requested, 6:238 

physician recommended, 4:867, 876 

on silkworm culture, 8:183-84 

Smith and, 5:10, 23-24, 220, 436, 514, 533, 569; 6:564 

Smith settlement plans (1765), 4:865-68, 875 

Society for the Propagation of the Gospel membership proposal, 4:864; 
5:156; 11:955 

son's death, 5:402, 435 

Wade (Francis) and, 5:141 
Bashorn, Jacob, 11:933-37 
Baskin, Peggy, 11:490 
Baskootayan (Missisauga town), 8:286-87 
Basset, Henry, maj. : 

on Indian attack on Van Slyck, 8:672-73, 749, 764, 779, 803-805, 818, 
819-20, 888 

on Miamis, 8:899 

Pond murder and, 8:640, 660, 673-74, 688, 787-90, 791-92, 795-97, 818, 
819-20, 865, 876, 879; 12:1005 

Pottawatomie answer to Johnson rebuke (1773), 8:913-14 

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Bassett, Francis, 4:215, 533 

Basset, Richard, ens., 8:788 

Bassit, Richard (grandfather of Serena Bell), 8:168 

Bassit, Sarah, 8:168 

Basstone, Henry, 4:737 

Bastedo, ,13:30 

Basteen (Huron), Wheelock embassy to Johnson, 8:726-27, 743-44; 12:1012 

Batcheller (Batchellor), , 6:732, 757 

Batchelor, Edward, 8:27 

Bateaux, see Boats 

Bateman, Thomas, 6:190-02, 329-31 

Bath, England, 4:547; 7:522, 539, 607; 13:214, 331 

Batiscan, Quebec, 13:631 

Batt, Thomas, lieut., 6:169-70, 176 

Batten Kill, 12:956 

Battey, James, 2:542 

Battle Island, 2:653 

Battle Near Lake George, The (Blodget), 2:6n 

Baugh, Thomas, capt., 13:219 

Port Schuyler sutler and, 3:831, 835, 836; 10:480w, 488 

Oneida blockhouse fishing rights dispute (1761), 13:272 

Virginia murders (1763) and, 4:189, 190-91, 193 
Baugh, William, lieut., 5:381; 13:399 
Baumann, Adam, 8:333 
Bauntom, Henry, ensign, 3:104 
Baxter, , 5:565 

Baxter, Alexander,: 

copper land petition, 6:242-47 

Johnson share offer, 7:383-84, 882, 884; 12:861 

Lake Superior mining installation, 6:648; 12:859 

on mining prospects at Gloster, in the River St. Marys, 7:790-92, 90S-909: 
8:122-27 

Roberts on, 5:712 
Baxter, Alexander, Jr., 6:242-47 
Baxter, Ekert, 4:312, 313 
Baxter, John, 4:890 
Baxter, Roger, 4:832 
Baxter, Thomas, 4:312, 313 
Bayard, Nicholas, 6:695; 9:56; 11:119 
Bayard, Robert, maj., 4:885; 5:363, 376, 619; 12:424 
Bayard, Samuel, capt., 2:131, 156, 195, 629 
Bayard, Saul, capt., 2:106 
Bayard, Stephen, 6:679 
Bayard, William: 

Albemarle and, 3 : 923 

Chew and, 8:289, 296 

committee of correspondence and, 7:400n 

drafts, 2:714; 4:267, 313, 356 

George III and, 7:4nn 

Kayaderosseras settlement (1768), 6:227-28 

land purchases, 8:397; 12:291 

saddle sale, 3:946 

voyage to America (1770), 7:713, 731 

Wraxall errands (1755-56), 1:672, 673; 13:80 
Bay des Chaleurs, 10:978 
Bayeuville, , 2:20, 22 

Bayeaux, Henry, lieut., 3:65n, 71, 72, 73, 75, 78, 81, 90 
Baye Verte, l:676n, Sec also Green Bay 
Bayley, William, 4:832; 5:87 
Baynton, John: 

on Port Chartres smiths and interpreters, 7:78 

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Index 

Baynton, John, 

Illinois colonization proposal, 5:128-30, 240-41; 12:101-102 
Paxtoner plunder of Croghan (1765) and, 4:713, 718, 738; 11:718, 776 
Ruppert and, 6:248 
Baynton, Wharton & Morgan, 5:572; 6:123; 12:278, 292 

account against the Crown (1766), 5:246-62, 264, 265, 270-71, 333, 344, 
565; 12:203, 218, 226, 229, 234-35 
(1767), 12:328-29 
(1768), 12:471 
(1769), 6:654-67 
account for Fort Augusta (1767), 5:538-39 
Cole purchases, 5:382, 514, 516, 568, 748, 753, 754; 6:127-28, 215-16, 229, 

230, 233, 366-94, 614; 12:280, 292, 495-96, 513-14; 13:399, 400-404 
Cresap land purchases (1766), 5:507; 12:236, 277-78, 291-92 
Croghan English voyage (1764), 4:384, 399-400 
Croghan purchases (1763), 4:272, 384, 422, 431; 13:326 
(1765), 4:738, 760, 787-88, 855 
(1766), 5:304-305, 362, 365, 369; 12:149, 164, 181, 207, 213, 235, 239, 

264, 265; 13:387-88, 389, 395 
(1767), 5:536, 540, 541, 700 
Croghan sued (1765) by, 4:787-88; 5:196 
electrical apparatus shipped by, 4:768 
escorts for Illinois trade, 4:780 
Fort Chartres occupation and, 11:988 
Illinois colonization proposal, 5:128-30, 240-41, 276-78, 329, 331; 12:141, 

165, 237 
Indian boundary line and, 12:165, 182 
Johnson orders (1764), 4:385, 399, 407-408 
McKee accounts, 4:511, 882; 12:166, 237-38, 292 
Redstone Creek trade violations (1767) and, 6:19-20 
Seneca peace treaty (1764) publication, 13:324 
Shawnee trade at Scioto without pass, 5:344, 346, 365, 377, 384-85, 399-400, 

458; 12:154-55, 165-66, 181-82, 201-203, 207, 218, 235 
trade losses: 

indemnities, 5:16-7, 126-27; 6:580; 8:929, 1024 
memorials on, 4:270, 271; 11:565, 603, 614; 12:236-37, 278, 280 
statement (1766), 5:359-61 
Wabash massacre of hunting party from, 6:326; 12:373; 13:442 
wine consignment (1765), 4:738; 11:753 
Bayoux, Blanche, 8:665 
Bazlie, , 5:765; 12:492 

Beach, Theophylact, see Bache, Theophylaet 
Beaker, see Baker 
Beam, Adam, 2:731 

Bean, , sutler taken prisoner (1759) by Indians, 13:127 

Bean, James, lieut., 10 : 762, 764, 765 
Bear, Hannis, 7:342 
Bear Camp, 1:689 
Bear River, 5:328 
Beard, Francis, 12:705; 13:545 
Beam, , 13:142 

Beaseley, Henry, 8:351 

Beasley, , Masonic activities (1769), 12:714 

Beatty and Duffield, 5:571 
Beaty, James, 11:488 

Beaubasin, (Caghnawaga official), 7:922, 923, 958, 959 

Beaubassin (Bobasin), Hertel de: 
Clinton and, 9:64 

prisoners and, 1:214-15, 241-42, 247, 252, 267, 283, 284, 285 
wampum-making instruction, 9:51 
Beaubien, John Baptist, 4:676-79; 13:677 
Beauharnois, Charles, Marquis de, 5:186n 

Beaujeu, (French commandant), 1:508: 2:21, 23; 3:413-14, 415, 

422 

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Beaujour, Francis, 2:397-400 
Beaulieu, (French trader), 8:673, 796 

Beauregard, ,3:414,416 

Beausejour, Fort: 

English capture (1755), 1:676, 678, 681n, 686; 13:44 

French troops stationed at, 1:446; 9:182 
Beau Soleil, , St. Joseph command (1768), 12:508, 518, 544, 602 

Beauvais, Raphael, 12:264, 265 
Beauvert, , 4:672 

Beaver, The (Delaware chief), 

Bouquet conferences (1764), 11:441, 450, 456-57, 459, 460, 461, 467 

at Croghan Fort Pitt conference (May, 1765), 11:723 

Detroit attack (1763) news, 10:685 

Geneseo refuge (1764), 11:206 

at Lancaster Council (1762), 10:537, 547-48, 576 

Shawnee hostages (1764) and, 11:483-84 
Beaver Creek, 3:34; 9:613, 740; 10:521, 688; 12:1048 

See also Big Beaver Creek ; Little Beaver Creek 
Beaverdam, New York, l:130?i; 5:31 
Beaver Town, see Tuscarrowas 
Becancour, de, 2:21, 23 

Beecanti, 5:367 

Beck, Caleb, 4:854; 7:442, 1106 
Becker, David, 6:241?i; 8:12; 12:865 
Becker, Dirk, 7:463 
Becker, George, 5:265 
Becker, Hance, 1:380, 381; 10:100 
Becker, Jacob, 7:352 
Becker, Johanes, Jr., 6:241 
Becker, John, 4:792; 8:422-23; 9:648 
Becker, John Albert, 7:455, 463 
Becker, Nicholas, 8:466-67, 488-89 
Becker, Peter, lieut., 2:292; 4:236 
Becker, Richard, 7:455 
Beckers, lieut., 13:137 

Beckford, William, Lord Mayor of London, 7:156, 286, 869n 
Beckwith, capt., 9:355, 362, 366 

Beckwith, John, maj.: 

Caghnawaga abuse (1761), 3:376, 380, 383, 394; 10:263 

Canadian assignment (1761), 3:372 

commission of, 4:136 

Lottridge and, 3:970-71 

Nahantick Indians and, 5:425 

Niagara campaign (1759) field officer duties, 3:55, 60, 63, 65, 66. 69. 84. 
97, 99, 102, 103, 104 

Osborne and, 3:309 

Bedannowan (Beondanoa, Bildannavan, Bindanowan, Feubleu— Ottawa chief) : 

at Montreal conference (1763), 10:779-80 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:452, 468, 476; 11:264, 265-66, 270-71, 287 
Bedford, John Russell, fourth Duke of, 7:839 
death of, 7:1074, 1077 
elections of 1768 and, 6:120 
French threat to Iroquois (1750) l:306n, 913 
government debts to Johnson, 1:256 
ministry changes (1770), 7:839 
Ohio French claims, 1 :915 
Seven Years War and, 3:896, 949; 4:2 
Wilkes and, 6:219 

Bedford (Raystown), Pennsylvania: 
Croghan visit (1763), 10:'s."9, 882 
Croghan visit (1770), 7:632 

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Index 

Bedford (Raystown), 

election (1772), 8:640 

Forbes at, 2:891; 3:4; 9:969; 10:91 

Fort Duquesne road, 2:891, 892™ ; 3:4 

Stanwix at, 3:138 
Bedford, Fort (on the Juniata Biver, Pennsylvania) : 

Bouquet (1763) at, 4:193 

Croghan (1763) at, 4:180 

Delaware hostages sent (1765) to, 4:723 

Hudson (Indian) prisoner (1763) at, 10:719 

Mohawk murder (1766), 12:41 

traders attacked (1765), 11:634, 635-36 

traders attacked (1769) near, 7:96 
Bedford County, Pennsylvania, 8:552 
Bedlow's Island (Kennedy's Island), 1:849 
Beebe, John, Jr., 13:639 
Beebe, Martin, 13:639 
Beeckman, Garret G., 5:580 
Beeckman, Joh's, 5:345; 8:153-54 
Beeckman, Jno. Jas., 5:515 
Beeckman, John M., Kayaderosseras settlement and, 5:214, 282, 283. 285; 

6:39-40 ' ' 

Beekman, , 1:364; 9:89, 90, 92 

Beekman, col., 1:487 

Nimham lands and, 10:854 
Beekman, Gerard William, 7:604 
Beekman, John, 1:93; 3:875 

estate of, 4:643; 11:573 
Beekman, John Kayaderosseras proprietor, 4:685, 797; 6:274: 11:821 852 

864-65 ' 

Beerman, Joseph, 7:437 
Bekir, Jacko, 5:340 
Belcher, Jonathan, 2:516, 519; 13:59 

Braddock defeat and, 1:752, 766 
Belfast, Ireland, 4:49 
Bell, George Henry, 11:933-37 
Bell, Hendrick, 7:455 
Bell, James, 11:485 
Bell, Richard, 8:168,169 
Bell, Samuel (blacksmith), 1:726 
Bell, Serena Johnson, 8:168-69 
Belle Famille, battle of, 3:174; 13:128, 148, 153 
Belle Isle, battle of (1761), 13:245, 250 
Belle-Isle-en-Mer, France, 3:516n 
Bellenger, Frederick, 8:333, 655 
Bellerive, see Saint Ange de Bellerive, Louis 
Belle Riviere, see Ohio River 
Belle Sauvage (vessel), 13:212-14 
Bellestre, Francois Marie Picote, Sieur de : 

Detroit surrender (1761), 3:310n, 315-16, 323; 4:675; 10:194: 13:320 

Detroit visit (1767), 5:723 

German Flats attack (1757), 10:247w 

house of, 5:619; 13:249 

Miami trading house attack (1751), 1:916 

nephew of, 5:688 

Pontiac and, 12:622 

rumored murder of, 3:414, 415 
Bellinger, Johannes, 7:667; 8:333, 655 
Bellinger, Peter, 8:655; 9:871 
Bellinger, Peter, Jr., 7:456; 11:933-37 
Bellomont, Richard Coote, Earl of, l:606n; 8:765 

A T i e ( Ga £ hwas aghtancient, Seneca chief), 9:645, 650, 652; 10-60 

Caghnawaga appeal (1761) for Iroquois aid, 13:267 

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at condolence for Abraham, 9:593 

daughter of, 4:137 

Easton Council (1758) and, 10:57; 13:113 

Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1759), invitations, 10:89 

at Fort Johnson Mohawk meeting (Sept. 1758), 10:11 

at Fort Johnson Oneida meeting (1757), 9:848 

German Flats murder of Oneidas (1757), 9:796 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois meeting (1757), 9:595-96 

on Montreal expedition (1760), 10:181; 13:176 

at Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:467, 518; 13:238-39, 240 

Ohio migration of, 2:625 

Onondaga journey (1758), 3:153 

at Oswego conference (1759), 13:129, 149 

Oswego war party (1760), 10:175 

on Seneca aid to French (1755), 3:995 

Ticonderoga attack (1758), 9:946-47, 961-63 

Walters (William) and, 10:332, 427 
Bemiltasskottejang (Bemilliskolleyang), 8:324, 354-56 
Bemincansinime River, 7:740 
Bend, Elizabeth, 4:422 
Bender, siege of, 7:945, 1074 
Bendor (Binder), George, 7:352, 1081 
Bengal, India, 6:499 
Benivassica (Shawnee chief) : 

at Bouquet conferences (1764), 11:461, 465, 467, 526-27, 531 

Bouquet message, 11:558-59 

at Croghan Fort Pitt conference (May, 1765), 11:723 

at Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace treaty (Johnson Hall. June, 1765), 
11:823 

Fort Stanwix Congress (1768), 12:628 

Johnson Hall conference (Nov., 1768), 12:633-35 

presents, 5:255, 257 
Benjamin (Stockbridge sachem), 9:581-82; 10:183; 13:177 
Bennet, Cornelius, 3:645; 4:182; 5:430 

Bernard and, 4:442, 540 

death of, 5:471 

Mohawks and, 5:221, 222, 437; 10:935-36; 13:300 
Bennet, Thomas, 7:462 
Bennett, Dr. David, 2:48n 
Bennett, James, 6:640; 8:605 

in Adems accounts (1769-73), 13:544, 545, 550, 573, 579, 596, 598, 602 

Johnson Hall carpentry, 7:339; 8:708, 727, 750-51 
in Johnson patents, 12:787, 818, 935, 959, 988 
Bennett, Spencer, see Phips, Spencer 
Benson, (oyster fisherman), 8:632 

Benson, Billy (skipper), 6:65 
Benson, Thomas, 1:374-75, 419 
Benson, William, 5:450; 12: 10.°,- 104, 114«, 
Bentheysen, capt., 1:373; 2:505, 566 
Benthuysen, Isack, 1:531 
Benthuysen, Marte N., 7:441 

Bonton, Nathaniel S., cited, l:237n; 2:897n; 3:373 
Benzell, Adolphus, licut.: 

Forest Inspector appointment, 7:946; 8:209-10, 342, 433 
justice appointment lists (1770), 12:784, 792 
New York-Canadian boundary survey, 8:213-14 
Beranger, de, 2:21, 23 

Bergen, John: 

Banyar purchase (1772), 8:397, 681 

Jessup land tract and, 8:131, 151, 682: 12:95s, 986-87, 901, 1006 

Johnson payment (1772), 8:556 

land petition (1769), 7:306 

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Bergen, John, 

patent agreement (1772), 8:430-31 
Bergen County, New Jersey, 5:526; 7:866 
Bergen Opzoom, battle of, 1:557m. 
Bergeron, (trader), 5:523 

Berhope, (trader), 5:719 

Berks county, Pennsylvania, 12:420-21 
Berlin, Germany, 3:144; 7:402 
Bermuda Islands, 4:547; 7:106; 13:331 
Bernard (Barnard), Gov. Francis, 2:873; 3:205 

Boston riots and, 6:405, 410, 607 

English summons (1769), 7:47 

Hutchinson and, 7:629 

Indian education and, 3:880; 10:344 

Iroquois message (1762) from, 10:443 

letters to Parliament (1769), 6:699 

on missionary work of Bennet, 4:442, 540 

Mohawk edition of the Church service, 13:300 

publication of letters, 6 : 759 

taste in wines, 6:582 
Bernier (de Barnier), , Dieskau aide: 

Albany lodging, 2:45, 46-47, 63, 74, 165; 13:47-50 

capture, 2:41, 43, 44; 9:238, 264 

on French losses at Lake George, 1:58; 9:232; 13:198 

on Johnson's loan to Dieskau, 2:403 

Shuckburgh on, 2:352 
Berniere, John de, see De Berniere, John 
Berns, Jonathan, 7:455 
Berrup, Thomas, 4:617 
Berry, Dr. ,8:1124 

Berry, Thomas, see Barry, Thomas 

Berryer, Nicholas Eene, Vaudreuil Green Bay grant and, 12:46 
Bers, Adam, 2:486 

Berton, , capt. of ship York, 4:631; 11:522 

Berwick, England, 8:168 
Besinger, Andrew, 3:299 
Bestedo (Bested), Jacob, 7:52; 8:334 
Best, the Saddler, Montreal tavern, 10:190 
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 2:402, 753, 788, 802; 6:6 

Delaware prisoners (1757) in, 9:742 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois Congress (1757) and, 9:737. 742 

Indians of, 11:1 ' 

Moravian missions, 6:69 

Betsy, in Adems accounts (1770-73), 13:563, 585, 609, 611, 613, 615 

Betty (prisoner), 11:490 

Beulah (ship), 3:875; 4:570 

Beulah Green (ship), 4:120 

Bevan, William, 8:40-41 

Bevier, Lewis, 3:567 

Bevin, Joseph, 5:266 

Beyanton, see Baynton, Wharton & Morgan 

Bezze, Nicholas, 11:827 

Bezzo, ("green merchant"), 11:836 

Bickel, Jacob, 3:643 

Bickley, May, 4:685 

Bickly, , New York Attorney General, 11:924 

Bicraft, William, 7:462 

Biddiford, Devonshire, 13:214 

Biddle, Benijah, 12:819 

Biddle, John, 3:847; 11:488 

Biddulph and Cocks, bankers, 6:244 

Bienville, Celoron de, see Celoron de Bienville 

Big Beaver Creek, 11:558; 12:1094, 1095 

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Biggs Castriot, Dr. John, 3:96n 
Bighead, David (prisoner), 11:490 
Big Hole (Shawnee), 5:251; 11:846 
Bightman, Jonathan, 3:221 
Bigot, Frangois: 

English minutebook found at Fort Duquesne, 2:229-35 

peculation, 3:830n 

Vaudreuil Green Bay grant and, 12:46 
Big Wolf (Shawnee), 11:448 
Bildennawan (Ottowa chief), see Bedannowan 
Biles, William, 3:813, 842 
Bill Emission Act (1770), 7:640 
Billeting Act, 5:534, 540, 545, 598, 600, 704, 853 
Billing, Ebenezer, 1:717 
Billing (Billings), Roger, capt.: 

scouting (1755), 2:260, 263, 268-69 

wagon convoy (1755), 2:314; 9:316 
Billings, , 1:744 

Billings, William, 2:358 
Billiond, John Babtest, 4:670-71, 677-78 
Billouart de Kerlerec, Louis: 

on Cherokee peace treaty, 9:569-73, 596-98 

Preliminary Articles of Peace, 2:725; 9:574-81 
Bill of Rights Association, 7:67-68 
Bindanowan, see Bedannowan 
Binder, George, see Bender, George 
Binder, Jno, 13:577, 581 
Binder, Lawrence, 7:1000; 13:562, 563 
Bing, John, admiral, see Byng, John, admiral 
Bird, James, col., see Burd, James, col. 
Bird, John, 11:485 
Birds: 

bantam fowls, 7:241 

canary bird, 9:167 

duck, 13:209 

eagle, 4:862 

geese, 4:862, 865; 10:283; 13:208, 269, 665 

linnet, crookbilled, 13:200 

migration of, 13:187, 198, 206 

parrot, 1:379; 4:877 

peacocks, 7:644, 649, 684 

pigeons, 10:572; 13:187, 189, 206, 208, 247 

poultry inventory of Johnson Hall (1774), 13: 665 

swan, 9:92 

turkey, 1:346; 7:35; 13:186, 191, 665 

wildfowl conservation laws (1760), 13:195 

woodcock, 13:186, 187, 195, 198, 199, 209, 210 
Birmingham, England, 7:894 
Biron, 13:621-22 

Birop, Thomas, 13:510 
Bishop of Osnabrug (vessel), 7:561 
Bisiomette, Z. 11:827 
Bisshopp, Edward, 8:1215 
Bissonette, , 11:827 

Bixby, David, 1:868 
Black Boys, see Paxtoners 
Blackburn, Ashton, 7:333, 351 
Blackburn, John, 7:481; 12:772, 979-80 

autograph, 7 :xi 

Baker and, 7:784; 8:115, 578 

bill of lading (1773), 8:868 

on Boston Tea Party, 8:1060, 1114-16, 1160 

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Index 

Blackburn, John, Cuyler vessel and, 8:534 

Ellice and, 8:410, 565 

Gage bills of exchange and, 7:1092, 1094, 1116 

Hansen and, 4:767 

Indian Affairs orders (1770), 7:707-708, 830, 894-96, 932-33 
(1771), 7:1123-24 
(1772), 8:802-803 

invoice of goods consigned to Wetherhead (1770), 7:858-64, 880-81, 885-91, 
996, 1039, 1063-64, 1116 

invoices (1771), 8:200-201, 249 
(1773), 8:861-62, 870 

Johnson (Guy) and, 8:649, 752, 831, 1009, 1042, 1134, 1198-1200; 12:1123; 
13:688 

Johnson (John) candidacy for Surveyorship of Woods, 8:342, 433-34, 502 

Johnson power of attorney, 8:503, 530-31, 831, 832-33 

non-importation agreements and, 7:252, 272 

Ohio land grant and, 7:1124-25; 8:93-94, 113, 146, 173, 503, 565, 588-89, 
633, 650, 724, 751, 752, 808, 830, 871, 1009 

Oxfordshire settler for Johnson lands, 8:872 

political news (1771), 8:94-95, 146-47, 173, 205-206, 242-43, 249-50, 358-59, 
434-35 

powder order (1774), 8:1078 

Revolutionary news (1770) from New York, 7:830 

Roberts and, 7:830, 895, 1158; 8:59-60, 94-95, 133, 173, 211, 249, 724, 808, 
871 
drafts on Johnson (1771-72), 7:910, 926-27, 933, 1120, 1124; 8:93, 

112-13, 205, 503 
reproaches of Johnson, 8:649-50, 752, 830, 873-75, 1005-1007, 1059, 1161 

timber export and, 8:250, 342, 434 

Watts and, 8:564 
Blackburne, W., 6:561 
Black Dog, 6:390, 392 
Blackeny, L., col., 1:11 
Blackford, Benjamin, 1:187 
Blackler, John, 8: a, 31-32 
Blackler, Pheasant (of Athlone), 8:32 
Black Prince (Indian), 9:28 
Black River, Jamaica, 8:718 
Blacksmiths, see Smiths 
Blackstone, Sir William, 7:504-505 
Blagge, John, 8:605, 776; 12:991-992, 1006 

chair borrowed by, 8:772 

as coroner of New York City, 8:809-10 

Gordon land release recorded (1772) by, 13:523, 527, 528 

Inglis and, 8:553 

Tryon County clerkship and, 8:478, 517, 542, 918, 969, 1001; 12:991n 

woodwork of, 8:782 
Blain, Ephraim, 11:580 
Blair, John, 4:278n 

Fort Stanwix Congress (1768) and, 6:297, 406-407; 12:618 

Indian boundary line and, 6:143-44, 202-204, 206, 225-26, 279: 12:267, 324 
501, 546, 553 ' 

on Virginia murders (1763), 10:908-909, 943 
Blair, Simon, lieut., 3:990n 
Blake, , ensign, 2:306 

Blakeney, William, col, gen., 2:531-32, 801 
Blaker, , sgt., 3:70 

Blaker, Antony, 10:930n; 11:374 
Blakiston, Dr., 7:577 
Blanchard, (surveyor), 5:142 

Blanchard, Honore, 2:197, 200-202, 207, 222, 258 
Blanchard, Joseph, col, 2:37, 90, 111, 155; 13:50 

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Atkinson letter introducing, 1 : 684 

biographical sketch, 9:224ra 

Catskill patent and, 7:686-87 

as commanding officer at Great Carrying Place, 2:14, 17; 9:224-26, 228 

at Crown Point (1755) Councils of War, 2:39, 47, 55, 70 

New Hampshire regiment of, 1:607, 684, 691-92, 844-45, 851, 852, 858, 859. 

871-72, 879, 884; 2:14, 107, 109, 141, 167, 170, 272; 3:996; 9:224, 
228-29, 247; 13:51-53 
Blankets : 

in Adems accounts, 13:547, 548, 551, 566, 569 

Albany stores (1756), 9:459 

bearskin, 2:619 

beaver, 11:271; 12:559, 560; 13:243 

in Butler accounts (1764-71), 13:509, 510, 512, 513, 514, 515 

in Campbell accounts (1756-65), 13:337, 340, 341, 343, 347, 364 

in condolence ceremony, 2:573, 582; 9:730; 11:478 

disbursement to Indian prisoners, 1:251 

disbursements to Indians: 

(1746-56), 1:72; 2:566-646passtm; 9:15-30passim, 563, 645, 646 

(1757), 9:589, 593, 621, 631, 647, 649, 653, 765 

(1758-59), 3:23, 149, 167, 171 

(1761), 10:326, 328, 329, 332, 333; 13:241, 259 

Fort Chartres (1768), 6:366-94passmi 

Fort Pitt, (1769), 6:656-66poss/m 

at Fort Stanwix Congress (176S), 6:312, 446 
duffle, 7:742, 781, 828, 880 
French, 1:111, 384; 4:490 
Duncan & Phyn orders (1764), 11:122 

in Johnson Hall inventory (1774), 13:647, 651, 655, 656, 660, 664 
Johnson Hall winter requirements (1760-61), 13:200 
Johnson orders (1769) from anonymous debtor, 7:31-40passim 
Kersey, 7:480, 822, 824, 826, 828, 859, 887, 890, 895; 9:561 
London order (1756), 2:898 
as payment to Indians, 1:132, 138, 376-77 
as payment for lands, 4:140 

in Phyn and Ellice accounts (1767-68), 13:469, 471, 475 
prices : 

barter equivalents (1765?), 3:893-96pa.s.??m 

(1762), 10:389, 595 

(1765), 11:990 

(1769), 7:293, 973, 974, 975, 976, 978, 9S1-S2 

(1770), 7:493, 624, 782, 822, 826, 828, 837 

(1771), 8:113, 200, 201 

(1773), 12:1020 
scarcity: 

(1745-47), 1:43, 79, 81, 83, 84, 124 

(1755), 2:117, 214, 240, 337, 9:285 

(1756-63), 2:423, 466; 4:37; 10:7, 8, 10 

(1766-70), 5:41-42; 7:229, 772 
shipment (1770), 7:1042, 1071 
strouds, 1:83, 229, 290, 309, 347, 365, 372; 7:S24; 10:1071 

in Adems accounts, 13:534, 61 1 

Boston supply (1747), 1:92 

in Campbell accounts (1750-65), 13:338, 340, 345, 346, 347 

disbursement to Indians, 1:132; 2:206; 9:15-3(W«tm, 459, 561: 
10:701, 704, 705, 706, 7(17, 709, 710, 713, 71 I 

disbursement ,-ii Detroit-Niagara Congress (17(H), 10:278, 284, 286 326 

disbursement at Fort Chartres (1768), 6:366 Mpassvm 

disbursement at Fort Stanwix Congress (1768), 6:446 

English imports, 1:259-60 

mourning, 7:379; 10:851, 854; 11:29, 660, 708, 983; 12:122, 127 

name origin, ll:29n 

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Index 

Blankets, New York Act to Regulate the Fur Trade, 1:19 
Otterwana loss (1746), 1:71 
prices (1747-64), 1:102, 384; 4:490; 10:71 
prices (1770), 7:604, 621, 622, 782, 822, 826, 828, 836, 859, 885, 895, 

933 ; (1771), 8:113 
scarcities, 1:79; 7:756 
Stringer shipment, 7:480 
Van Eps order (1746), 1:50 
Blanksliip, Stephen (prisoner), 11:485 
Blasius, Lawrence: 

Canajoharie escort to England (1764), 4:316-17, 325, 353; 11:36 

petition against Herchheimer (1764), 4:312 
Blauvelt, David, capt., 2:408 
Blaw, Waldrum, 8:23, 80 
Bleaker, , 1:125, 183 

Bleaker, , (Gouverneur survey), 7:255-56 

Blecker, ,6:642 

Bleeker, Rutgert, 3:674 
Bleecher's Island, 10:572 
Bleeeker (Bliker), John J., 2:327; 5:344, 496 

at Bradstreet Sandusky court of enquiry (1764), 11:369 
Bleeeker (Blecker), John R., 8:429; 12:534 
Bleeeker, Hendrick, 1:383 
Bleeeker, Henry, 8:996 
Bleeeker, Jacob, 5:496 
Bleeker, Johannes John, 7:454; 12:272 
Blewer, , capt., 8:247 

Blicker, ,1:777 

Bliker, John, see Bleeeker, John J. 
Bliss, George, adjutant, 9:273 
Bliss, Peletiah, 2:218, 235; 9:275, 277 
Block Island, 12:514 
Blodget, Samuel, cited, 2:6w, 404% 

presentation of book by, 2:404-405 
Blondeau, L., 5:133 
Bloodgood, James, 5:532; 6:487; 7:563, 581, 586 

chair construction, 7:1075 
Bloody Bridge, battle of, see Detroit, Indian siege (1763), Dalyell action 
Bloom, Elizabeth, 1:188 

Bloomer, , capt., 3:65, 73, 75, 81, 84, 89, 90, 91, 92 

Bloomer, Joseph, 7:661; 12:819 
Bloore, ,8:352 

Bluer, Thomas, 8:352 
Blunt, Harry, maj., 8:1183 
Blyth, , lieut., 11:760 

Blyth, William, Stump murders and, 12:419 
Boats : 

Albany sloopage, 13:1, 211 

Atlantic crossing (1765) of John Johnson, 11:979-80 

Atlantic crossings (1760-61) of Warren Johnson, 13:180, 212-14 

beaver sloop wrecked (1771), 8:139 

boatmen service, 10:158, 161, 164, 166-67, 169 

Bouquet expedition, 11:211 

for Bradstreet expedition, 4:599-600, 6012-603; 11:192, 232, 341, 492-93, 
496, 506 

British shipwrecks (1771), 7:1156 

Campbell order (May, 1770), 12:820-21 

canoe decoys, 9:248, 250 

canoe escape plans of Delawares and Shawnees (1764), 11:384, 386 

canoe fishing, 13:197 

canoe fleets (1747), 1:100 

canoe hire charges (1769), 13:489 

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canoe loan (1774), 12:1101 

canoe migration from Logstown to Muskingum (1774), 12:1095, 1096 

canoe requirements of Michilimackinac annual trade, 13:447-49 

canoes for German Conestoga journey, 13:16 

canoes for Michilimackinac trade (Kogers' plan), 6:51-53 

canoes for Mohawk scalping parties (1757), 9:781, 782 

canoes for provisions (1764), 4:400 

canoes of traders (1763), 10:864-65 

Carver expedition, 12:877 

caulking costs (1769), 13:487 

construction costs (1769), 12:761 

in copper prospecting, 7:791-92; 8:122-23; 12:859, 861 

for Chippewa presents (1768), 12:560, 563 

for corn shipment (1769), 6:707-708, 715, 756 

Croghan shipwreck (1764), 11:169 

Crown Point (1755) expedition, 1:590, 603, 671, 757, 893-94; 9:264, 265 

Albany boatbuilding, 1:458, 542, 557, 563, 585, 611, 689, 692, 759, 
839-40; 9:216 

Boston, 1:545 

condition of bateaux for, 1:828-30, 842; 2:7, 14, 95, 135, 209, 214, 222, 
224, 251, 320, 321, 333, 339, 356; 9:280; 13:46 

flatboat, instructions for, 1:863, 875 

for Massachusetts forces, 1:843, 885 

row galley on Lake Champlain, 1:483, 492; 9:201 

New York City, 1:577, 674 

Schenectady, 1:458, 585, 611, 689 

winter storage (1755-56), 9:321 

South Bay, 1:651, 690 
customs vessel seizure (1769) of, 7:71-72 
Cuyler trade vessel, 8:534 
Detroit siege (1763) and, 10:738-39, 740, 741, 742-43, 765, S12; 13:290, 291, 

292, 293-94 

Indian blockade of Niagara, 10:882, 891, 906, 919, 962; 11:518 
English schooners on Lake Ontario, 13:129, 135, 170, 266, 269-70 
English seizure (1760) of Pennsylvanian, 13:181 
Esopus boatmen, 9:465-66 

equipment prices (1769), 6:716; 7:974, 976, 979, 983 
European (1760), 10:160, 163 
ferrying charges (1768), 12:644 

ferrying charges (1770), 7:832, 834, 837, 968-69, 974, 976, 978-79 
ferrying charges (1773), 13:627 
flatboats, (scows), 1:863, 875; 2:49, 117, 134, 138. L43-44, 151, 152, 157, 

158, 160, 180-81, 190, 209, 222, 242, <>43 

Johnson's own, 9:122 
forest conservation and, 9:147, 166 
Fort Chartres communication and, 11:928; 12:255 

Fort Stanwix Congress, 6:291; 7:366; 8:780-81; 12:596, 608, 609, 617. 667 
French, at Great Carrying Place, 9:548 
French boat-burning (1759), 13:1 1 I 
French construction, 9:85-86; 10:94, 146; 12:173 
French schooners on Lake Ontario (1759), 13:137, 138, 140, 143, 145, 150, 

169-70 
French vessels captured (1757), 9:808, 815-16 
frozen in (1766), 12:13 
Glen loan returned (1747), 13:9-10 

Great Lakes exploration vessels, 10:274, 285, 293-94, 310, 319; 13:2i's 
Great Lakes fleet, 7:896, 1124; 8:469-70 

Lake Erie vessel protested by Cliippewas, 6:717-22, 777; 7:148-49 

Lake Huron, 12:723, 726 

Lake Ontario losses (1770), 7:355 
hiring charges (1746-47), 9:15, 20, 24, 25, 27, 30 
hiring charges (1767-69), 7:31, 32, 34; 13:516 

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Index 

Boats, horse transport, 8:880 

Indian distaste for sailing, 13:189 

Indian piloting privileges (1773), 13:622-23 

Indian provision boats, 1:603; 3:226-28, 233, 235, 252, 255-56 

pilots for, 3:255-56, 258 
for Indian use (1760) at Oswego and Niagara, 10:144 
for "intended enterprise" (1763), 4:236 
for Johnson's trip to Niagara (1764), 4:418, 423, 427, 432, 435, 436, 446, 

478; 11:189, 209-10, 230-31, 237, 247, 251, 253, 254, 336 
Johnson (Guy) "2-handed battoe," 8:193 
Johnson's, at Sacondaga, 8:508 
Lake Champlain crossing (1773), 12:1026 
Lake Erie shipwreck (1763), 10:812, 814, 815, 859, 864 
Lake Erie trade (1765), 11:752 
Lake George (1773), 13:617 
liquor shipped by, 8:985, 987-89 
Little Egg Harbor shipwreck, 7:713, 718, 731, 737 
lumbering, 13:430 
mail shipwrecked (1765), 11:979 

maintenance costs for traders' boats (1765), 11:992-93 
man-of-war Antigua voyage (1766), 12:70 
masts for, 7:497 
for Mississippi, 4 : 44 
Montreal, 2:787, 791 
Navy Island fire, 5:462 
New York Ferry Bill (1773), 8:710 
Niagara accidental fire (1766), 12:245 
Niagara Carrying Place (1764), 4:342, 406 

Niagara boat stoppage (1769), 6:750, 751, 774, 776, 777; 7:1, 10, 13, 21 
for Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761) journey, 3:511, 512, 521, 524, 546; 

10:155, 158, 285, 287, 289, 292, 299-300, 301, 307, 323; 13:216-17, 221, 

222, 226, 227, 229, 230-31, 232, 233, 234, 235, 238, 239, 240-41, 242, 

244-49, 252, 258, 259-73 
for Niagara expedition (1759), 2:430; 3:116, 121-22, 124, 140, 146-47; 

13:116, 117, 118, 120, 121-22, 125 
Niagara journey of the O'Briens (1766), 12:129 
Niagara trade reports (1768), 12:650, 660 
Ohio River Indian attacks on (1769), 7:79, 140, 163 
on Oneida Lake, 13:172 

Oneida Royal Blockhouse fire (1767), 12:279 
for Onondaga Council (1756) present, 9:463, 469; 13:86-87 
Oswegatchie, 3:134; 13:124, 129 
Oswego Congress (1766), 12:113 
in Oswego relief, 9:403, 410, 415, 421, 422, 423, 426, 429, 430, 432, 434, 435, 

437, 444, 503; 13:121, 125 
in Oswego siege, 9:396, 407, 413, 418, 445 
for outpost occupation (1761), 13:250 
Presque Isle attack (1763) and, 10:732, 735 
prices (1775), 2:578, 593 
prices (1772), 8:438 
privateers, 1:10-11, 24, 743; 9:815-16; 13:214 

New York, 1:128, 171, 225; 2:505, 523, 525 
Quebec pilot boat (1757), 9:790 
Rapids of Richelieu, 13:430-31 

Rogers removal from Michilimackinac (1768), 12:451, 492, 521 
row galley on Lake Ontario (1756), 9:486 
Russia's Mediterranean fleet, 7:430 
for Saint Johns attack (1759), 13:131 
Sandusky schooner grounding (1768), 12:682 
Schenectady service, 9:510, 511; 11:128 
schooner hire (1772), 8:411 
sloopage costs, 8:1029-30; 12:738, 920 

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in Smallman account of trade losses (1763), 12:64 

storage (1747), 9:6-7 

theft of, 7:841-43, 897-98 

for Ticonderoga, 2:59 

transportation overland, 2:340 

Wade and Keiuser expeditions, 7:723-30; 8:119, 241, 499, 560 

whaleboats, for Niagara relief, 10:157, 170 
Boccaloons, 3:34 
Bodens, Jains Batite, 5:468 
Bogardus, ,3:377 

Bogardus, Petrus, 4:787 
Bogardt, Lambert, 7:672 
Bogart, Hendrick, 1:839; 2:612 
Bogart, Isaac, capt., 2:612; 7:687, 1035; 9:135 
Bogart, Jacob, 1:840 
Bogert, Henry I., capt.: 

Darlington goods shipments with, 4:744, 858, 872, 879, 884; 5:269, 270, 
273 367 • 11:753 

sloop frozen'in (1766), 4:889; 12:13 
Bogert, Peter (blacksmith), 1:726 
Boggs, John, 5:385 
Bohemia, 3:893 

Boiford, , Niagara surrender (1759), 13:115 

Boin, Beyer, 1:99 
Bois, Lake du, 13:448 
Boisrouvre, , 2:20, 22 

Boiveres, ' ,4:670-71,677-78 

Bojeau, capt., see Beaujeu, French commandant 
Bolders, , capt., 5:645 

Bolderson, ,3:290,310 

Bollan, ,11:426 

Bolton, Duke of, 6:219 
Bolton, Mason, col., 8:1215 
Roman's Creek, 8:303 

Bond, (clothes purchased from), 7:562 

Bondi, , Detroit Frenchman, 12:968-69 

Bonnais (Chippewa chief), 12:491 
Books : 

Account of Conferences Held, and Treaties Made, Betiveen Maj. Gen. Sir 
William Johnson, Bart, and the Chief Sachems and Warriours (John- 
son), 13:60n 

Adair dedication to Johnson, 6:752 

Arlair manuscript on history of the Southern Indians, 6:531, 682 

Adair "Origin of Ye American Indians," 6:723 

almanacs, 3:355, 936, 957; 5:32; 13:342, 552, 588 

Annual Register, 6:733, 779; 7:172 

"Appeal in Behalf of the Church of England in America" (Chandler), 
5:780n, 835-36, s:;7, 840, 841; 6:131-33; 7:1 
"Further Appeal," 8:187-88 

Ashe's Grammatical Institutes, 8:1156 

Bayle's General Dictionary, 6:708 

Bernard Mohawk edition of the Church service, 13:300 

Biographia Brittanica (5 vol.), 4:358 

Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England, 7:504-505; 12:977 

Bouquet's Expedition to MusTcvngam (Smith), 5:10, 24 

Caner edition, in Mohawk, of the Church service, 8:1039-40 

Chamber's Dictionary, 1:264 

Chcval Picrrepoint, The (2 vol.), 4:86, 359 

Chinese Pieces (2 vols.), 4:86, 359 

Churchill's Works, 6:73:'., 779 

Clio, 3:957 

Colden History of the Five Nations, 9:13 

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Index 

Books, Colden (Cadwallader) pamphlet, 5:661 
Court Register, 4 : 86 
Cudwortk's Discourse, 7:508-509 

Dissertation on the Gout and on all Chronic Diseases, A (Cadogan), 8:243« 
Dissertation on the Prophecies (Newton), 7:508 
Duke's Orders, The, 13:339 
English Register, 8:52 
Evans' manuscript journal, 7:13; 12:728 
Greenland history (Cranz), 6:69 
Historical Account of the Expedition under Colonel Bouquet (Bouquet), 

5:325, 329 
Historical review of the Transactions of Europe from the Commencement 

of the War with Spain, 1 : 265 
History of the Bible, in Mohawk, 8:1040 

History of Emperor Charles the Fifth of Spain (Robertson), 6:733 
History of England (Lord Orrery), 7:765-66 
History of Louisiana, 4:359 

History of Massachusetts Bay (Hutchinson), 6:475 
History of Scotland (Robertson), 6:733 
hornbooks, 12:13 
Irish Almanac, 8:517 

Johnson (Joseph — Wheelock pupil) publications, 12:1119 
Johnson (Peter) request for, 8:1139-40 
Johnson (Samuel) English grammar, 6:165 
in Johnson Hall inventory (1774), 13:665 
Journal of David Jones, 8:1159, 1178 

Knox Historical Journal of the Campaigns in North America, 6:733; 8:45 
Langhorne's Letters, 4:359 

Littleton's History of Henry the Second, 6:733, 779; 7:172, 752 
loaned by Johnson, 3:967; 4:575 
Lowth sermon praising Johnson, 8:98, 228, 248 
on Masonic regulations, 5:286, 308-309 
"Masonry the sure Guide to Hell," 6 : 576 
Microscope Made Easy (Baker), 1:264 
Millenium Hall, 4:86, 359 
Musgrave "Address to the Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders of Devon," 

7:269n, 285 
New History of the World , A (Guthrie and Gray), 4:426 
Newton's Mathematical Elements of Natural Philosophy (Desaguliers trans- 
lation), 1:264 
orders, 1:264-65, 375, 377; 3:919, 950, 953; 4:64, 86, 358-59, 395, 426, 608, 

622; 6:236, 779 
pamphlet on Illinois colonization, 5:127 
physic books, 6 : 683 

poem on Canadian politics (1764), 11:335 
Polite Lady, The, 4:86, 359 
prayerbook in Mohawk translation: 

Barclay edition of, 1:6%; 3:903; 4:72, 107, 605; 8:1040; 10:935 

binding of, 6:506, 618, 649, 708 

Claus revision, 3:363, 630, 639; 10:264, 333 

demand and scarcity of old edition, 3:355, 384; 5:29, 529; 10:264 

Gaine printing work on, 6:340, 355, 397, 475, 506; 7:152 

printing costs (1769), 12:762 

Shuckburgh and, 3:370; 6 : 506 

Weyman printing work on, 4:78, 219, 540, 605; 5:106; 13:299-300 
primers and psalters from England, 12:1079 
Quincey's Dispensatory, 4:328 
Reverie, The (2 vol.) ,4: 86, 359 
Rhode Island library, 1 : 619 
"Roderick Random (Smollett), 1:264; 4:358 
Rogers Journal publication (1765), 13:288n 
schoolbook offer from Gaine, 8:1156 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Scots Caricatures, 4:359 

spelling, 7:803, 866, 970, 1025 

Stamp Act pamphlet, 4:877 

Stuart's Mohawk translation of the Gospel of St. Mark, 8:1195-96 

Tusearora request, 12:1109 

Watson's Almanac and Registry, 8:52 

Wedderburn pamphlet, 8:1061 

Whately's pamphlet (1769), 7:57 

"written," 5:580 

Boone, Thomas, 3:389n 

Booth, ,4:734 

Bordley, , Maryland Attorney General, 4:584; 13:332 

Bordman, Charles, 5:565 

Borrow, capt., Hardenbergh patent and, 6:738 

Boscawen, Edward, admiral: 

Brest squadron and, 2:532 

fleet off Cape Breton, 1:651, 686, 692-93, 763 

discovery of French plans against Halifax, 2:218 

on French troops in Canada, 2:61, 112 

Lake Champlain victory (1759), 10:130 

observation fleet off Canadian coast, 3:24 

secret expedition (1756), 2:473, 485 

siege of Louisburgh, 1:719, 849; 2:35, 206, 800-801; 13:44 

Bosh, Jacob, 8:335 

Bosomworth, , capt., 2 : 785 

Boston, Massachusetts, 1-An, 64, 118, 263n, 355, 357; 6:708; 13:300 

arms stores (1758), 9:933 

Assembly, 1:79, 82, 112 

Cape Breton expedition, 1:28, 30, 32, 33, 36, 39, 41, 52-53, 57, 92, 209 

chief justice's warrant threatened, 6:607; 8:1071 

commissioners (1770), 12:808 

Convention of Ninety- two, 6:406, 410 

court, 6:452; 9:93 

Crown Point (1755) expedition and, 1:594, 690, 849, 877; 2:81, 103, 137, 339 

effigy-burning (1770), 7:483 

election (1769), 6:760 

First Church, 6:133« 

French reports of attack on, 2:648 

Gage arrival (1774) as governor, 8:ix, 1115, 1160-61, 1164, 1179 

Gordon visit (1765), 13:374 

Indian education movement in, 3:628, 880, 903; 4:182, 380 

Johnson (Guy) in, 4:xi 

Johnson land sales and, 7:593 

King's Chapel, 8:922rc 

massacre (1770), 7:481, 5Un, 528ra, 752-53 

New York post road and, 7:957-58 

Port Bill, 8:1115, 1157, 1163 

riots (1765), 4:836, 845, 885; 11:921 

riots (1768), 6:222, 278, 303, 323-24, 338, 405, 410, 432, 434, 468, 504; 
12:653 

riots (1770), 7:629, 652-53; 12:808 

Ruggles' mission to, 2:159, 161, 189, 192, 200, 205, 210; 9:249, 262 

Sabbath observance laws, 13:213 

as seat of government (1769), 6:687 

slaves, 1:438 

stamps arrive in, 4:850; 11:921 

store sloop, 1:746, 747 

Tea Party, 8:974-75, 1060, 1114-16, 1160-61 

trade, 1:92; 5:834; 7:769, 999, 1024 

troop arrivals, 2:441, 450; 7:672; 10:8, 15; 12:712 
Boston Gazette (newspaper), 4:405n 

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Index 

Boston Public Advertiser (newspaper), 7:401?i 

Bostwick, , 5:485 

Bostwick, Aug., 8:351 

Bostwick, Rev. David, 3:5S6; 11:388 

Bostwicke, Francis (probably error for Henry), 6:251 

Bostwick, Henry: 

accusation of Ainse, 6:466-67, 525-28, 554, 674-76; 12:613, 614, 651 

Bradstreet account, 11:590 

Chinn and, 6:251, 317 

copper interests, 6:89-91, 242-47, 251, 317-18, 438-39, 450, 551-52, 553-55, 

624-27, 648, 671-72, 712; 7:383, 791, 882 
copper interests 

speech (1769) to the Indians at Michilimackinac, 7:48-49, 73-74; 8:124 
Howard bill (1765), 4:741 
Indian trade indemnities (1763), 10:992-93 
Michilimackinac trade (1765) petition on wintering privileges, 4:802, 815, 

871, 878; 11:814, 827, 828, 879-80 
Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 13:253 
O'Brien and, 6:397, 483 
Bostwick (Bostick), Lesslie, lieut., 6:675 
Bostwyck & Co., 4:383 
Botetourt, Lord, 6:337-38, 570n 
death of, 7:966, 1130» 
Indian boundary line and, 6:694 
Bouch, capt., 8:1042 

Boude, , 9:733 

Bougainville, Louis Antoine de, 10:168 
Bouillerese, , 11:827 

Boullie, , 4:643 

Bounaff ous, , lieut., 10 : 124 ; 13 : 1 14 

Bouquet, Henry, col., brig, gen., 3:2n; 12:276 
Allegheny settlement proclamation, 11:793 
arms disbursement (1762), 10:549, 597-98 
Conestogas and, 11:97 
Croghan expenses and, 3:931; 4:712; 10:452, 549, 475, 824 

Paxtoner attack (1765) and, 4:713, 717, 718, 734; 11:636, 644, 776-77 
Croghan intelligence (1763) of Indian threat of uprising, 10:607, 612 
Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace negotiations (1764), 4:354, 503, 608-609, 
667; 11:435-47, 447-67, 496-98, 499, 509, 588, 725, 726, 732, 738 
Benevissica message, 11:557-59 

hostage escape, 11:483-84, 510-11, 515-16, 519, 526-27, 530-31, 585 
trade memorials and, 11:565 
Treaty (1765), 4:628-29, 640-41, 650, 742 
Delaware Treaty (1758), 11:444 
Detroit threat of Indian attack (1761), 3:439 
Fort Chartres occupation and, ll:447n, 497 
Fort Pitt defense (1763), 4:139, 167, 193; 10:718-19, 811, 832, S61 

Bushy Bun, 4:195, 197, 199; 11:618 
Fort Pitt scalping (1764) and, 11:540, 586 
Georgia defense (1757), 9:793 
journal, 4:836 
Kindarunty and, 3 : 733 
McKee accounts (1764), 4:454; 11:202 
Mississippi settlement and, 10:660 
Niagara command (1759), 13:144 

Ohio expedition (1764), 4:382, 383, 612-13, 619-21, 622, 624, 629; 7:669; 
11:173 
Bradstreet expedition and, 4:506, 525, 534, 535, 536, 570; 11:232-33, 

240, 332, 344, 365, 385-86, 393, 472, 493 
Delaware encounter (Oct., 1764), 11:376, 3S5 
Hutchins account of, 4 : 798 ; 11 : 867 
Indian troops, 4:402, 124, 439, 451, 462, 483, 494, 510, 516-17, 519, 539, 

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617, 647; 11:174, 175-76, 212-13, 240, 376, 477, 478, 492, 512, 577, 
586, 607-608, 658-59, 660 

instructions, 4:450-52; 11:210-13, 239-40 

Muskingum conferences, 11:447-67 

prisoners returned to, 4:570-71, 583-84, 585-86, 606-607, 609, 620, 641; 
10:317; ll:169rc, 440-43, 445-52, 453, 454, 456, 457, 462-67, 474-75, 
482-83, 484-91, 498, 586, 659, 724, 768 

provisions, 4:399, 609; 11:128 

Smith publication on, 5:10, 24 

Tuscarrowas conferences, 4:570-71; 11:385-86, 392 
Illinois and, 4:618 

Pennsylvania Commissioners and, 10:652 
portrait, 11:210, 484 

Presque Isle attack (1763) and, 4:173; 10:733, 800 
at Eaystown (1758), 2:892n; 9:969 
return to England, 4:642; 11:586 
Royal American training, 10:41ft 
Senecas and, 3:662 
on Shawnee scalping raids, 3:670 
Stephen and, 4:201 
trade regulation, 3:529; 10:103, 108; 13:261 

Bourbonne, , son-in-law of, 4:763, 766 

Bourghsdorff, Fredrick, 3:606 

Bourk, the sutler, 3:854; 10:477, 480-83, 488-89 

Bourke, Edmond, see Burke, Edmund 

Bourks, Frederick, 11:381 

Bourlamaque, Chevalier de, 2:719; 10:168, 334; 13:131 

Bourrasa, Ignace, 5:133 

Bourbon League, 7:1029, 1129 

Bowden, Thomas, 5:408; 12:685 

Bowdoun, Peter, 1:716 

Bowen, John, 2:739; 3:157, 160 

Albany County division petition, 8:333 

land patent, 8:266; 13:493, 530 

oath of allegiance, 8:656 
Bowen, Joseph, 7:1002 
Bowen, Peter, 8:333 
Bowen, Eyar, 2:611; 3:155; 9:30 

as Oquaga smith, 9:713-14, 724 
Bowen, West, 8:241 
Bowen, William, 7:12, 350, 1060-62 
Bowin, Cornelius, 12:819, 855 
Bowin, Cornelius, widow of, 9:650 

Boyd, , murdered trader (1767), 12:295, 337-39, 360 

Boyd, Archibald, 3:161; 8:68 
Boyd, Rhody (prisoner), 11:490 
Boyd, Sarah (prisoner), 11:489 
Boyd, Thomas (prisoner), 11:498 
Boyer, , 11:827 

Boyle, Hugh, 4:501 

Couagne accounts, 4:825; 12:427 

trade petitions, 5:118, 830 
Boyle, Patrick, capt., engaged as gunner, 1:715, 717-18, 743 
Boyle, Philip, 4:264, 270; 5:75; 11:171, 614 
Boyle, Robert, 12:913 
Boyme, Peter, 4:670, 677-79 
Brackan (Brachan, Bracham), John, 12:855; 13:539 

land holdings, 5:540; 6:83, 154, 301; 12:751, 787, 819, 960, 1069 

receipts, 6:131; 7:905, 919 

wheat purchases, 7:501, 661, 662 
Brackan, Simon, 13:567 
Braddock, Edward, maj. gen.: 

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Index 

Braddock, Edward, maj. gen., autograph, 9:xii 
at Bear Camp (1755), 1:689 

commander in chief appointment (1754), 1:435, 437, 508 
Croghan with, 1:637, 752, 772; 2:30; 10:824; 11:751 

Fort Duquesne defeat (1755), 1:712, 722, 745-48, 750-51, 752-53, 759, 767-68, 
771-72, 810-11, 833-34; 2:650; 8:889n, 1067; 9:292; 10:41n 
death of, 1:712, 774-75, 793, 795, 808, 813-14, 826, 895; 2:34, 35; 9:20Sn, 

365, 368 
Indian forces with, 2:438, 637; 9:196, 198, 199, 204-205, 208 
Indian reactions to, 1:767-68, 770, 8S2; 2:4, 28-29, 36, 90, 368, 369-70, 

382, 825; 3:995; 9:309, 565, 901 
minutebook found by French, 2:229-35 

success rumors, 1:752, 753, 760-61, 763, 765-66; 9:201, 210; 13:45 
troop discipline, 1:783, 791, 793, 823-24, 826-27 
Eyre appointment (1755), 1:592, 665; 9:171, 189 
French troop numbers intelligence of, 2:61, 111 
Irish regiments under, 9 : 154 
Iroquois Council (1755) and, l:625n, 626, 627, 632, 633, 637, 662-65, 794; 

2:382; 9:171-74, 196, 197, 203-204, 20S; 13:40-41 
Jere with, 9:502 
Johnson and, 1:456, 464, 826, 855; 9:166, 331 

Indian Affairs superin tendency commission, 1:465-66, 467, 468, 472, 476, 

659, 740; 2:2, 36, 51, 77, 283, 378, 403; 3:270; 9:174-75, 184, 185, 

188, 194, 252, 385; 13:58-59, 73 

money allotment, 1:491, 492, 505, 506, 522-23, 769, 770, 814; 2:378, 

832-33; 9:168-69, 187-88, 219, 347; 13:41-42 

provision for Crown Point (1755) troops and, 1:512-17, 541, 557, 578, 590, 

603, 645, 656, 690, 754 
Niagara expedition and, 1:459, 460, 461-62, 548, 549, 554, 559, 577, 599, 050, 

735, 736 
road to Fort Duquesne, 2:891-92 

Shirley's replacement as commander in chief, l:119n; 2:156, 271 
Braddock's Bay, 7:725; 13:269n 
Brader, John, 7:352 

Bradford, (of Philadelphia), 8:361 

Bradford, lieut., 9:308 

Bradhour, Nicholas, 7:352 
Bradley, , legal advice (1744), 13:7 

Bradley (Onondaga), 11:554, 569, 650 
Bradley, , sgt., 3:70 

Bradley, capt., 9:432, 486 

Bradley, Joel, 9:273 
Bradley, William, 8:1050 

Bradstreet (Broadstreet), John, capt., col, 1:534, 535, 711, 760; 2:519: 3-941- 
4:171, 212, 302, 307; 7:56 
accounts (1756), 2:501, 674 
(1757), 2:714 
(1760), 3:295 

(1765), 4:708, 722, 885; 11:590, 685-86, 6S8, 959 
(1768), 6:549-51; 12:423, 676-79, 718, 726 
(1769), 6; 709, 742-43; 7:15 
Albany censures of Johnson and, 7:5S6-8S, 626-27, 634-35, 641 
Albany influence of, 3:404, 951-52 
autograph, 4:xv 
at Battle Island, 2:653 
biographical sketch, l:548n 
Butler (John) and, 7:537, 634, 641, 659 

Butler (Thomas) and, 7:503, 526-27, 538; 9:447, 953, 966-67 
on calvancis, 4:353 

Canestio expedition and, 4:349-50, 361 
on carpenters, 4:236-37, 251, 406 
Chippewa arms request, 11:771 

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Chippewa conference with Marsac (1765), 4:806; 11:739 

debts of, 5:408; 6:2, 64-65, 70, 409, 435-36 

Deputy Quartermaster General appointment (1758), 2:801 

Detroit conference (1765) invitations, 11:646, S39, 871, 893, 899, 901, 

907-908 
on Detroit threat of Indian attack (1769), 6:781-82 
Detroit murders (1765) and, 11:602 
on Detroit siege renewal, 4:406, 409 
on Dutch in Albany, 3:887-88 
Dutch Church and, 4:734 

English declaration of war with Spain (1762), 10:420-21 
Esopus Indians and, 6:714, 723, 735-38, 749, 760-62, 781; 7:41 

Oneida land gift (1769), 7:323, 325 
at examination of Silvestre, 1:508, 509 
Fort Frontenae expedition (1758), 2:886, 887, 894-95; 3:1; 9:953, 964, 

966-67, 968. 969; 10: In, 3, 4-5, 7, 12, 18, 20, 25, 43n, 51, 54 
Fort Stanwix bridge repair (1763), 13:302 
Fort Stanwix Congress (1768) and, 6:445-46, 447, 449, 520-21, 709, 742-43; 

8:660-61 

accounts as quarter-master general, 8:617, 618, 635-36, 641, 660-61, 662, 
780-81, 794-95, 813, 987-88 
on French attack threats (1755), 1:547-48, 549-50, 599, 746 
on French attack threats (1758), 10:27 
fusils plunder, 4:883 
German Flats alarm (1762), 10:479 
gifts (1765), 4:642 
Herkimer and, 2:535 
Hogeboom (Jeremiah) and, 7:642-43 
illness (1759), 10:115, 116-17, 120 
Indian name, 7:323, 325; 9:410 
on Iroquois loyalty, 10:28-29, 42, 53-55 
Johnson (Guy) and, 7:1066 
on Johnson's credit, 1:645 
Johnson's Niagara journey (1764) and, 4:445-46; 11:13-14, 209-10, 221, 

230-31, 237, 244, 252, 254 

Johnson's tenants and, 3:736 

land purchases, 5:468; 6:342, 507, 534-35, 714, 723; 7:41, 92-93, 94, 120-21; 

12:821, 824, 827 

Cosby tract and, 3:873, 944 

deeds prior to Fort Stanwix Treaty, 7:537, 538, 641, 656, 659, 710-11, 
718; 8:346 

German Flats offer (1769), 12:747 

Hardenbergh patent and, 7:641, 659, 718, 1038, 1043, 1098; 8:15, 346, 
348, 777 

Tienaderha, 7:41, 710-11, 718, 770-71, 773-74, 7S8 

land sales by, 8:423 

liquor trade regulation (1762) and, 10:489 

Lottridge (John) and, 10:19, 28 

McMickel murder (1758) and, 10:82-84 

major generalship and, 4:335 

Matthews and, 3:907 

Niagara attack (1764) threats, 4:406; 11:162-163 

Niagara cattle supply (1763), 10:860, 913 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 11:308-309, 324-25 

Niagara settlement plans (1761), 10:270 

Oneida blockhouse fire and, 12:279 

Oneida sheep thefts (1764), 11:468 

Onondaga fort and, 9:410 

Oswego Falls attack upon, 9:486 

Oswego relief (1756) and, 2:459, 472, 495, 533, 550; 9:423-24, 426, 430-31, 

433, 434, 435-36, 438, 449, 450 
Oswego relief (1759), 13:145 

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Index 

Bradstreet, John, capt., col., provision supply (1761), 3:591 
(1762), 3:675. 679, 6:>5 
(1763), 4:119, 166, 201, 253; 10:658, 951 
Bed Head and, 10:108; 11:96 
regiment, 2:309; 4:273; 7:587 

Schaghticoke Indians and, 3:975; 4:4-5; 10:603-601, 60S-609; 13:281-85 
Schenectady boatbuilding (1761) and, 11:128 
trade regulations, 4:490; 11:338, 315 
Webb and. 2:551 

Ulster regiment and, 8:456-58, 159-CO 

Western expedition (1761), 4:254, 383, 426, 595, 605, 607-608, 612, 621, 622, 
629; 11:232-33, 210, 338, 511, 702 
defense, 4:605-606, 609 
Detroit, 4:509, 523, 536; 11:349-51, 370 
express rider murdered, 4:550; 11:375 
Gage orders to attack, 11:331, 337, 344, 365, 373-71 

Indian forces recruited for, 4:352. 386, 402-403, 430, 432, 436, 437, 416, 
462, 483, 502, 550; 11:194, 200, 205, 308-309, 326, 311?i, 361, 172-73, 
607, 612-13 
Indian refusal to attack, 11:373-71. 391-92, 401-402, 594 
Indian treatment of, 4:431, 182, 193, 513, 516, 599-601, 616, 626; 
11:96, 172-73, 192-93, 200, 231-33, 217, 179, 180, 191, 500-508, 512, 
511-15, 521-25, 538-39, 553, 595, 650, 709-10; 13:327 
Johnson's advice on conduct of, 11:236-37, 216-17 
Johnsons reflections on conduct of, 4:599-604, 610-11, 616; 11:101, 

471-73, 492-95, 496, 521 
land grants and, 11:493 
Lords of Trade on, 4:463 
Morris encounter with Miamis, court of enquiry, 11:369-72 

■ego troop rendezvous, 4:395, 411-13, 416, 427, 434-35, 437; 11:207, 
214 
Pontiac belt destroyed, 11:515, 804, 832 

Treaty, 4:503-508, 518-19, 521-22, 524-25, 526-33, 534-36, 538-40, 544, 
46, 547-19, 550, 570, 571, 583, 610-11, 616; 6:517; 11:156», 
328-33, 311, 313-11, 365, 371, 376, 393, 394-96, 401, 402-403, 440, 
442, 491-92, 507, 521, 585, 7 
Tuscarawas meeting, 11:385-86, 437, 440, 442 
Wvandottes and, 11:391-92, 449, 450 
Bradt, Anton v, 2:648, 619 
Bradt, Arent,*2:780, 792; 8:390; 13:300 
Albany petition (1771), 8:333 
boat service (1757), 9:773 
election of 1715 and, 1:30 
oath of allegiance (1772), 8:656 
Schenectady lands, 10:622 
Bradt, Bernadus, 2: 7 
Bradt, Harmanus, 1:125; 6:131; 8:1019 
Bradt, Jacob, Schenectady petition CI 771). 13:503 
Bradt, Johannes, 2:598 
Bradt, Samuel A., 1:362 
Bradts, John A., 13:503 
Bradtt, Abraham, Schenectady petition (1771), 13:503 

•anier, Pier, 5:515 
Bragham, Simon, 7:112 
Brailow Castle, 7:945 
Braime, L».. Heat., see Brehm, Dietrich, / 
Brainard, Timothy, 7:423 
Brainerd, Rev. John, 5:570-72; 9:480; 10:310, 315 

Delaware missionary offer (1767), 12:305-306 
Braman, George, 2:307 
Branaghan, , 7:272, 273, 134 

Branahan, , 4:738; 11:632 

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Brand (Mohawk), Mohawk Eiver threats of attack (1756), 9:534-35 
Brandenburg, 7:429 
Brandvwine, 7:108n 
Brant, , 1:73; 9:12. 160 

Brant, Sr. (Old Brant, Araghiadecka * : 
Bradstreet expedition and, 11:501 
Canajoharie grant and, 6:770 

on Canajoharie land claims, 4:50, 53-54, SO; 10:571 
at Canajoharie meeting (Jan., 1759), 10: S 7-S8 
child's death (1747), 9:17 
Fort Stanwix Congress, 12 : 
horse stolen from, 10:564 

Karaghiagigo murder (1766) and, 12:123, 125 
Klock and, 4:165; 10:216-10, 227-20 
land deed (1751) to Johnson, 13:15-19 
lodging, Canajoharie, 13 : 2 

Logstown conference invitation (1753) refusal. 13:23-24 
Lottridge scout recruitment (1750), 10:106 
mark of. 13:18,24 
presents: 

(1755-56), 2:577, 601, 635 
(1758-59), 3:180 
(1770), 12:800 
scout recruitment " . 4:102 
war parties, 2:780; 9:18, 19, 2 " 
Brant of Fort Hunter and Canajoharie: 
presents, 3:153. 163. 164, 170 
son of, 3:007 

warning (1757 gainst upper nation.-. 2. 
Brant, "Young Brant," 8:1190; 12:1063-64, 1064-65, 1070 
Brant, Arent, see Bradt, Arent 
Brant, Hans (uncle of Xickus' . - White Hans 

Joseph (Thavendanegeal, cv; \. 2:780»; 3:007; 4:118; 8:159; 11:340 
Canajoharie lands and. 4:: 
education of, 3:556-57. - 8 880; 10:344, 469-70, 729, 935; 11:101-102. 

133-34; 13:300 
as interpreter for missionaries, 4:23 
Johnson (John) and, 8:1216 
Kaghneghtago and, 12:104 
land claims, 5:504 
MacLeod and, 5:345 82 
on Montreal expedition, 10:1 SI : 13:175 
at Onondaga Congress • -io, Oct.. 1766), 12 

portrait, 5:344; 6:310; 7:476 
Prevost and, S:156 
rumored infidelity (1764 ), 4:" - 11:101-] 

Johns wet to 11 : !' ; 1 62 

Tioga fortification (1764), 11:159 
Bratu. Mary (Molly) : 
articles ordered for, 

in Adems accounts. 13 - 541, 543, 550, 556, 575. 58 58S 590. 

v ' L, 
in Butler accounts (1761-71), 13 :£ 8, 5 . 515 
daughter (Elisabeth) bora, 13: 
- sent, 4:-" : 7 I )9 

don (Lord Adatm) Johnson Hall visit, 13: J 
Johnson Hall iuvento- 13:647 

Johnson's will and. - I, 1190, 119 [2 64, 1065. 1068, 1069, 1 1 

107 I 

rah and, 11:72 
Oquai: 7 

orders for Indian entertainment. 7 - 

63 



Index 

Brant, Mary, Oswego (1759) correspondence with Johnson, 13:125, 139 

son (Peter) and, 8:424%, 945, 1139; 12:1043; 13:636 

Stevenson (James) and, 8:974, 1103, 1108 
Brant, Nicholas Canadiorha (son of Brant), 2:579, 610; 3:158, 313; 13:100 

Canajoharie land claims and, 4:50; 11:984-85 

death (1768), 12:629 

on French threat (1757) to the Iroquois, 13:100-101 

Huron messages (1766), 12:122 

land sales acknowledged, 3:282 
Branter, George, 7:661 
Braser, (draftsman), 3:718 

Brat, captain ,1:132,133,184 

Brat, Mrs. , 1:207 

Brat, Arent A., 8:390; 12:793 
Brat, Johannis, 1:330 
Brat, Samuel, 1 : 66 
Bratsburgh, 3:893 
Bratt, widow, 2:735 

Bratt, Abraham, 4:298; 7:456 
Bratt, Anthony, 1:840 
Bratt, Anthony D., 13:502 
Bratt, Arent S., 13:502 
Bratt, Bernardus, capt., 5:556; 7:454 
Bratt, Daniel, 1:839 
Bratt, Dirck, 2:457 
Bratt, Johannis A., capt., 1:424 
Bratt, Peter, 8:985 
Bray, Dr. ,3:163; 7:965 

Brazen, Simon, 7:408 
Brazier (express rider), 1:706, 747, 775 
Bread : 

Albany baking, 13:211 

baking costs (1766), 5:367 

biscuit, 2:575, 578; 7:365, 581, 622, 727, 903, 912, 970; 8:521; 13:356, 
470, 571 

buckwheat hotcakes, 13:182 

Canadian prices (1768), 6:548 

Canadian shortage (1757), 9:789 

carpenters' provision (1763), 13:305 

cookies, 13:564 

Crown Point (1755) campaign shortages, 2:50, 166, 170, 193, 200, 207-208, 
223, 228, 256, 261, 264, 265, 270, 283, 285, 295, 302, 307, 321; 9:296, 
303, 306, 315 

oven-building proposal, 2:82, 101, 203 

transportation problems, 2:82, 190-91, 197, 198-99, 203, 216, 220, 225, 
229, 240, 252, 272, 274; 9:277; 13:68 

disbursement to Indians (1761-71), 5:96, 313; 7:8, 9, 809, 837; 12:928; 
13:230, 251 

Fonda shipment (1769), 7:74 

Fort Edward shortage (1756), 2:405-406 

Fort Johnson requisition (1756), 9:554 

French sailor's allowance (1759), 13:140 

French supplies (1756-57), 2:511, 648, 717 

frozen, 13:198 

Indian, 1:365 

in Niagara Indian trade (1769), 6:566, 604 

Oswego provisions (1744), 1:23 

Pennsylvanian baking methods, 13:183 

prices : 

(1755-56), 2:575, 579, 583, 592, 601, 602, 618, 619, 620 

(1759), 10:93 

(1770), 7:37, 624, 838, 967, 968 

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rusk, 8:521 
Breakabeen, 5:15, 457; 7:596 
Breastbone, The (French Indian), 11:697 
Breck, Daniel, 13:639 
Breese, Sidney, 4:215 
Brehm, Dietrich, Ueut., 5:205, 677 

accounts, 4:836; 11:922-23, 958, 977 

Dalyell Detroit action (1763), 10:765 

Gladwin and, 10:294, 295 

Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 13:241, 244-45, 246, 253 

wampum loaned to Gorrell (1763), 10:698n 
Brentnal, Joseph, ens., 9:235 
Brest, France, 1:564, 719; 7:1074 

Brett, Catharyna, Fishkill Indian land claims and, 4:205; 10:493-95, 854 
Brett, Sir Piercy, 3:659, 669 
Brewer, , capt., 3:315 

Brewer, Henry, Jr., 7:439 
Brewerton, George, Jr., 7:578 
Brewerton, Fort: 

Byrn (Barnaby) at, 5:337; 12:147-48 

evacuation (1766), 12:96 

Indian land claims, 3:870; 10:683 

Indian raid on garden of, 3:869-70, 882; 10:497-98 

interpreter, 11:29, 31, 357 

location, ll:357n 

Niagara journey stops, 11:252; 13:219, 271 

plan, 3:S83 

Seneca prisoner escort (1765), 11:722-23 

Sequaresera interview (1761), 3:440-41, 511 
Breyer, capt., 1:610 

Bridge Hampton, Long Island, 2:235; 9:278 
Bridges, Ann, 4:685 
Bridget's Son (prisoner), 11:485 
Bridgetown, 12:305 
Bridgwater, Duke of, 8:203 
Bright, Matthew, 2:305-306 
Brimmer, John Baker, 12:1118 
Brinckerhoff (Brinkerhof ), Dirck, 7:579, 779; 8:80 

Schenectady land division and, 8:109, 160, 174-75, 298-99, 309 

Tice and, 8:108-10, 159, 361, 362, 381, 389, 391, 398, 399-400, 402, 435-36 
Brinckerhoff, Dirck, Jr., 8:108, 381, 389, 391, 398, 399-400, 402, 435 
Brinckerhoff, Joris, 8:399, 435 
Brinon, , 5:93 

Bristol, England, 6:235; 7:830; 8:111.1 «• 13:212, ?14 
Bristol Channel, 13:214 
Britannia (vessel) : 

freight for John Johnson (1769), 7:563 

Miller as captain, 7:708, 895, 996; 8:242, 249; 12:786w 

Munds as captain, 7:486, 880, 885, 933, 1039, 1041 

Roberts voyage (1770) on, 7:375, 415, 486 
Broad, John, 13:304 
Broadalbin, 3:358n 
Broad Creek, Maryland, 6:255 
Broadhead, ,1:76,89,90 

Broadhead, Daniel, 3:776 

account of Susquenanna settlement (1762), 10:530-33, 536, 541, 551, 554 
Broadhead, Gerrit (interpreter), 3:567, 568; 10:533 
Broadhuck (son of), 7:723 

Broadstreet, John, col., see Bradstrcet, John, capt., col. 
Brock, ,4:792 

Brockden, Charles, 6:557n, 559 
Brockham, Joseph, 1:362 

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Index 

Brodhac, , 5:126 

Brodhead, Charles, 2:419 

Brodhead, John, capt., 5:150-51 

Broglie, Victor Francois, due de, 8:50 

Brompton, England, 1:263 

Bronck, John L., 7:468 

Bronck, Philip, 7:468 

Brons (Bronce), George, 7:352, 1083 

Brook, Lord, 5:460; 11:261-62 

Brookes, Peter, 8:353 

Brookman, Thomas, 4:215, 556, 568 

Brooks, sgt., 1:766 

Brooks (Brookes), Jonathan, 8:351, 450-51 

Broome, Jno., 10:929 

Broome, Samuel: 

Deniston (Hugh) debt, 7:646, 937, 1032; 8:740, 745, 766, 787 
Broome, Samuel, Jr., 12:773 
Broome (Broom), Samuel, & Co., 7:224, 275 
Broome County, New York, 10:945n 
Brouee, Adam, 13:540 
Broughman, Samuel, 11:934 
Broughton, Mrs., 11:886, 887 
Broughton, Sampson, 4:685, 817-18; 11:887 
Brouwer, Arent, 8:655 
Brouwer, Hendrick, 7:1106 
Brower, capt., 2:836?i 

Brower, Harmans, 13:519 
Brower, Jelles, 13:502 
Brower, Jeremiah, 7:233, 275 
Brower, Peter, 8:957, 960, 994, 1055 
Brown, , 1:761 

Brown, , Dease transaction with, 8:914 

Brown, (in Catskill patent), 7:6S6 

Brown, , of Salem, 12:1068 

Brown, , lieut., 2:895 

Brown, Andrew, ens., 13:121, 125 
Brown, Arch. Mont., lieut., 13:271 

in Dalyell action (1763), 4:195; 10:763, 765, 791 
Brown, Burnet, 8:687, 703 
Brown, Bev. James, 2:235; 9:278, 315 
Brown, John, oath of allegiance, 8 : 655 
Brown, John, ensign, 7:456 
Brown, John, lieut., 6:789 
Brown, John (schoolmaster), 4:267, 273 
Brown, John (Schenectady merchant and vestryman), 7:272; 12:13-14 

accounts, 4:879; 5:35-36; 11:975 

address to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 8:1088, 1111 

election of 1769 and, 6:599 

Murray and, 6:311 

Ramsay and, 8:496 

Schenectady- Albany Church of England congregations and, 7:249-50, 265 

on Schenectady church building costs, 5:504-505, 519; 12:293 

Schenectady church charter petition (1765), 4:885; 5:1, 441; 13:378-79 
Brown, John, capt., 4:261, 889; 6:582 

in Adems accounts (1770), 13:554 

ammunition bought (1763) from, 13:307 

boats lost on Lake Ontario, 7 : 355 

Boston riot news (1765), 4:885 

Byrne and, 6:486 

Cayuga request for replacement of dead chief, 8:17 

Chippewa accusation of Iroquois (1770), 7:715-16, 797 

colonial administration of trade and, 6:321, 346-47, 488, 512, 537, 598, 603; 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

12:609-10, 654, 669, 674 
on Fort Chartres scalpings (1771), 8:178 
Fort Erie Seneca incident (1770) and, 7:942-44, 985-87, 993-94, 1016, 1019, 

1041, 1052, 1053, 1076, 1117-18, 1125; 12:882, 890 
on half -Indian child at Caghnawaga, 8:235 
Iroquois war belts (1768) and, 6:250 
Johnson (Guy) and, 7:1066 

Joncaire warning (1768) of Indian unrest, 6:250, 262-63; 12:522-23 
Magra and, 6:106, 165-67 
on medals for Indians, 8:255, 314 
in Mortier accounts, 8:506 
New York errands for Johnson, 6:341-42 
Niagara garrison (1770), 7:638, 715-17, 802 
Niagara interpreters and smiths, 6:454-55 

Okeyawess (Ottawa chief) and, 7:942, 943, 1118; 12:886, 890-91 
Otoangaut and, 8:178, 255 
Roberts (Benjamin) and, 5:404-406, 520, 713 
Seneca cattle thefts and, 7:582-83 

Seneca-Missisauga dispute (1767), 5:758, 759; 6:106; 12:336 
Stevenson and, 7:222-23, 681w, 682 
threats of general Indian war, 6:781; 7:484-85 
trade abuse complaints, 12:693-94, 860 
Turnbull and, 5:723 
Wade (Ferrall) and, 8:154-55 
Wade and Keiuser trade trip past Niagara (1770) and, 7:717, 739, 744, 745, 

756, 822, 917, 1018; 8:63 
Brown, Sam, Jr., 8:34-35, 78 

Brown, Rev. Thomas, 12:104, 113 

autograph, 6:xiv 

charges against, 6:75-76, 78-79, 84-85, 457 

horse entrusted (1766) to, 5:280-81 

on instruction of Master Peter, 5:375, 488 

Johnson Hall christenings, 5:391, 458 

Mohawks and, 3:373, 855; 6:12, 28, 76, 85 
Brown, William Burnet, 10:927-29 
Browne, Rev. , 5:430 

Browne (Brown), Josiah, col.: 

at Crown Point Councils of War, 2:250; 9:319 

regiment of, 2:104, 275; 9:308, 324 
Browne, Mountford, 5:493; 7:181 
Browne (Brown), William, 3:299, 612, 636; 4:207 
Browning, William, maj., col., 3:231n, 612 

Bradstreet and, 4:545 

Chenussios and, 4:437-38, 541; 11:117, 196, 216-17 

Chippewa embassy (1764), 11:202-203, 213 

discipline of soldiers firing on Indians, 4:255; 10:937; 11:246 

Niagara Carrying Place attacks (1763), 10:816-17, 906 

Niagara command (1763), 4:187, 221 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:472, 520; 11:267 

on Niagara Indian threat (1764), 4:408-409, 414; 11:124-25^ 163 

Seneca peace treaty (1764) and, 11:123 

on venison inspection, 4:510 

wagoners' pay (1764), 11:518 
Bruce, capt., 6:410 

Bruce, (trader), 8:117 

Bruce, Dr. ,8:909 

Bruce, Thomas, maj., lieut. col. : 

commission as lieutenant-colonel, 7:730, 802, 1079 

Detroit command, 7:675-76, 703 

Gordon (Lord Adam) and, 6:.'!37; 12:711 71.". 
Bruce, William, 3:720-21 
Bruire, , 11:335 

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Index 

Bruls (Debruls), Michael de, ZivU-vm; 4:8, 12, 112; 12:34 

Bnimmell, W., 8:1215 

Brunk, Casparus, 2:457 

Brunswick, Ferdinand, Duke of, 3:145m, 147 

Brunswick, Germany, 7:839 

Brunswick, North Carolina, 13:392 

Brunswick (vessel) ,6:263; 12 : 129 

Brush, Crean, 6:131, 360; 8:703; 12:582 

Brussels, Belgium, 7:839 

"Brutus," 7:1107; 12:773 

Bruyn, Jacobus, 3:527, 566 

Bryan, Rebecca, 11:487 

Bryant, William, capt., 1:37, 38, 225, 259 

Bryant, William L., 2:xii 

Bryne, Michael, see Byrne, Michael 

Bucher, John Jost, 11:947 

Buck, , cattle driver, 11:513 

Buck, , of Mayfield, 8:1051 

Buck, Daniel, 7:414 

Buck, Tawname, see Keightighqua (Shawnee chief) 

Buckminster, Rev. Joseph, 8:664 

Buckner, Mord., 2:803, 805 

Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 3 : 843 

Buenos Aires, 7:428, 998 

Buffalo Creek, 10:47 

Bulkley, John, 11:430 

Bull, (London politician), 8:203 

Bull, Captain (son of Teedyuscung), 3:777; 4:83 

captivity, 4:344, 349, 350, 352, 359, 361, 364, 369, 377-78, 381, 383, 391, 
496, 498; 8:77, 689; 11:88, 105, 118, 119-20, 173 
release of, 11:714, 748, 768-69 

Delaware peace treaty (1765) and, 4:739 

Delaware settlements and, 4:512; 10:671 

English news of capture of, 4:421 
Bull, William, Jr., l:369n, 386; 3:594; 8:143?i; 12:949w 

on death of Thomas King, 8:247-48, 319; 12:944 
Bullet-town (Delaware-Shawnee village), 11:212 
Bull, Fort (Fort Wood Creek) : 

fort plan defects, 9:415, 426 

French destruction (1756) of, 2:692n, 786; 9:414-15, 420n, 636, 675, 858; 
10:224 

Niagara journey stops, 11:252; 13:217, 272 

Oneida warning of French attack (1756), 9:503, 680 

Oriskany patent and, 12:707 

Wade and Keiuser (1770) at, 7:723 
Bullingham, Job, 7:867 
Bullit (Bullet), Thomas, capt., 2:803, 806-808, 814 

biographical sketch, 8:889n 
Bungat, Lambert, 13:639 
Bunker Hill, battle of, 9:308n; 10:863k, 
Bunt, The (Onondaga chief) : 

assistants nominated (1762), 10:513-14, 518 

Butler (Thomas) on, 2:685, 686, 695, 699, 700, 701 

Canadian embassy (1758), 10:67, 70 

Canasadaga conference (1773), 13:622 

condolence for sister's death, 10:500, 501-502 

daughter-in-law of, 13:151, 154 

English news (1746) request, 11:356, 357, 358, 481 

Fort Stanwix Congress (1768), 12:626, 628 

French attack threats (1759), 10:95 

Ganughsaraga Creek conference (1767), 12:365, 369 

grandson of, 3:699, 724; 10:589; 11:653; 12:241 

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at Johnson Hall conference (Nov. 1764), 11:478 

at Johnson Hall Iroquois Congress (Dec. 1763), 10:961, 971 

at Johnson Hall Iroquois Congress on Seneca peace (March, 1764), 11:151 

at Johnson Hall Iroquois conference (Dec, 1766). 12:241 

Johnson's Niagara journey (1764), 11:253 

Kanodock and, 10:889 

on Montreal expedition (1760), 10:182; 13:178 

Newkirk murder (1762) and: 

Iroquois conference (1763) on, 10:626, 650 
Onondaga Council (1762) on, 10:588, 589, 596 

Oswegatchie scout (1759), 13:143 

at Oswego conference (1759), 13:125, 129, 132, 147, 148 

Oswego meeting (1761), 3:441; 13:220 

presents, 3:997; 5:339; 12:647, 759, 760, 868, 924, 1003; 13:517 

resignation offer (1771), 8:317-18 

Ryckman and, 9:662, 670 

son-in-law of, 5:719 

sons of, 10:932; 11:595; 12:372, 647, 760, 922; 13:146, 150 

son's death, 2:727; 12:332 
Bunyan, Turner & Laird,, 5:293 
Burbank, , capt., 3:241 

Burbeck, lieut., 2:305; 13:68 

Burd, James, col. : 

Fort Augusta command, 2 : 785n 

Ohio Indian delegations to Pennsylvania (1758), 2:785, 802, 811-12 814 

Stamp Act repeal proposals, 5:165 

Susquehanna settler removal orders (1763), 10:691-92, 716, 720 
Burdick, Benjamin, 5:500 
Burge, Samuel, 4:264, 265 
Burger, Gilbert, ll:248n 
Burgess, capt., 1:171 
Burgher, (oysterman), 6:487 

Burgie, Thomas, 4:45 
Burgiss, John, 8:351 
Burgoyne, John, gen., 3:894n; 13:730 
Burk, John, cattle tending charges, 12:668; 13:519 
Burke, , 8:352 

Burke (Bourke), Edmond, and New York trade agency, 7:1073, 1079 
Burke, W. ,7:181 

Burkersdorf, Prussia, 3:892n 
Burke's General Armory, 3:ix, x 
Burks, ,1:37 

Burlington, New Jersey: 

Johnson visit plans (1769), 12:729 

Minisink Indian claims, 2:864, 880 

Wyaloosing Indians protected from rioters (1764), 4:358, 366, 368, 377; 
11:104 
Burnet, Mary, Canajoharie land claims and, 3:673, 963; 10:487, 927-29 
Burnet, William, Gov.: 

estate, 3:299 

Fishkill Indian claims and, 4:213; 10:493, 874 
Burnetsfield, see German Flats 
Burnet's Hills, Pennsylvania, 2:754; 6:556 
Burns, lieut., 2:54, 55; 3:89, 90 

Burns, spt., 1:66 

Burns, Barnaby, capt., see Byrn, Barnaby, capt. 
Burns, James, 10:731 
Burns, Michael, see Byrne, Michael 
Burns, Pat, 11:614 
Burns, Thomas, see Byrne, Thomas 
Burnsides, Mary, 8:352 
Burrington, Nicholas, 8:353 

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Burrowes, capt., 1:58 

Burrowes, Mrs., 1:58 

Burst, Jacob, 7:463 

Burt, capt, 1:877; 13:51 

Burt, Nathaniel, lieut., 9:236 

Burton, Mrs. , 4:415 

Burton, Rev. Daniel, 5:ix; 7:300, 963n; 8:x 

Church of England mission schools and, 5:220-21, 338-91, 392, 436, 438; 
7:588-90, 693, 746-50, 762-63, 841; 13:415-17 

Johnson's offer of land for an episcopate, 5:842n; 6:27-29, 746-47; 
7:289-90, 584, 588, 693 

Johnstown clergyman and, 5:413-15, 477, 839; 6:26, 293w; 7:212-13, 290, 
588, 693; 8:601-602; 12:1008-1009 

missionary salaries and, 6:87; 7:291, 693; 12:1009 

on Nova Scotia mission, 7:964 

on Parliamentary aid for the Church, 8:182 

resignation as Society secretary, 8:636, 926; 12:1009 
Burton, Ralph, col., brig, gen., maj. gen., 4:44, 305; 5:34, 54-56; 11:619, 

699, 896 

at Albany Council of War (1756), 9:483, 487 

autograph, 9:xi 

brigadier-general's commission, 11:390 

Caghnawaga boundary line and, 7:928, 930 

Canadian governorship, 4:67, 225n 

Canadian Indian message to George III, 12:157, 158 

Canadian Indian recruitment (1764), 11:54-55 

Claus and, 4:315, 324, 356, 415, 418, 435, 446, 540, 608, 782, 829, 862; 
5:215; 11:54-55, 390, 699, 775, 836, 896; 12:1028; 13:382-83 

colonelcy, 4:651; 11:897 

Delaware and Seneca peace treaties (1765) and, 4:760 

Du Charme and, 5:379; 8:841; 12:1028 

on German Flats raid rumors (1756), 9:449 

Johnson (John) invitation, 11:700; 12:158 

liquor regulation (1766), 5:55; 13:383 

Lottridge and, 10:926 

Michilimackinac Indians and, 4:417 

military appointments of, 4:578 

on Missisauga peace offers, 4:441 

Mohawk River defense (1758) and, 3:6-8; 10:34n, 35n, 36-37, 41, 42 

on Montreal Indian meetings, 4:426, 427 

Murray appointment (1764), 4:777-78; 11:334-35, 341 

Niagara Congress and, 4:516; 11:219-20, 389 

Oswegatchies and, 11:354 

Oswego attack threats (1756) and, 9:429 

Perthuis and, 4:792 

Proclamation on gunpowder, 4:286 

Proclamation on Trade (1764), 4:400 

return to England (1766), 4:884; 5:7, 32, 190, 215; 12:158-59; 13:383 

Roubaud and, 3:577-78 

son of, 13:383-84 

trade limitation to outposts and, 12:135 

trade prohibition (1764), 11:168 
Burvieux, (Canadian trader), 5:169 

Burwell, James, 1:195, 196 
Buryan, Turner and Laird, 5:292, 293 
Bush, Daniel, 2:811 
Bush lopers, see Scouts 
Bushwick, Long Island, 4:10 
Bushy Run, battle of, 4:195, 197, 199; 11:618 
Bussard, Hendrick, 3:357 
Butawang, 11:349 
Butcher, Cornelia, 8:352 

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Butcher, Jacob, 3:90 

Bute, John Stuart, third Earl of, : 

daughter's marriage, 8:97 

East India Company and, 7:270 

French peace negotiation (1762), 3:949 

George III and, 7:180 

ill health, 8:203 

ministry changes, 5:62; 7 : 840 

opposition, 3:960 
Buterfeild, Jonathan, 2:223, 226 
Butler, lieut. (Rutherford company), 9:174 

Butler, , widow, 2:636 

Butler, James, 12:393; 13:684 
Butler, James (prisoner), 11:488 
Butler, John, oath of allegiance, 8:655 
Butler, John, lieut., 1:831; 9:189, 204 

accounts, 2:569, 572, 594, 611; 3:597, 600, 601; 10:354 

autograph, 2:xv 

Braddock recruitment of Iroquois (1755), 9:174 

Clinton and, 1:207, 281 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois Council (1755), 1:625; 9:174 

on gates over highways, 4:610 

on German Flats raid (175S), 2:835-36 

at Miami conference (1761), 10:325, 327-28, 329 

Mohawks and, 1:108, 516, 625, 785, 807, 8S2; 2:86, 238 
Butler, John, capt., col., l:ln, 58, 367; 5:555 

Albany County division and, 8:328, 333 

Assembly candidate (1772), 8:651-52 

Boyle bill (1764), 4:501, 825 

Bradstreet and, 2:674; 7:503, 537, 634, 641, 659; 9:966, 967; 11:590 

Caghnawaga meeting (1764), 11:207 

in Campbell accounts (1756-65), 13:338, 372 

Canajoharie clothing and arms disbursement (1764), 11:106, 108 

at Canajoharie meeting (1763), 4:50, 61 

Canajoharie patent survey and, 13:512, 514, 516, 521 

Cherokee-Iroquois peace treaty and, 12:452 

at Chippewa Congress (July, 1768), 12:548, 549, 562 

at Dclaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace treaty (1765), 11:706, 707 

desertion of Johnson, incident, 13:202 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois meetings (1758), 9:879, S85, 961 

Fort Stanwix Congress provisions and, 8:641 

Fort William Henry capture (1757) and, 9:811, 819 

French threat to retake Niagara (1760), 10:140-42 

Gage and, 3:22, 228 

at German Flats (1757), 9:721-22, 723-24, 720, 770, 773, 774 

home, photograph, 9:106 

Indian census of Johnson's troops (1760), 10:175 

Indian expenses, 2:674; 3:173, 277; 4:617, 712; 7:340; 9:654; 11:689 
account book extracts (1761-71), 13:506-21 

Indian recruitment (1758), 9:912-15, 936; 10:21, 24 

Indian recruitment (1759), 10:99, 100 

as interpreter, 2:380; 9:222, 355, 357, 370, 37:: 

Abenaki conference (Johnson Hall, July 1768), 12:569 

at Albany Committee meeting with Mohawks (1773), 8:963, 965 

at Cayuga conference (Feb., 1770, Johnson Hall), 12:777 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois Councils (1763), 10:801, 828 

Fort Stanwix Congress (1768), 12:627, 668 

at German Flats Iroquois Conference (1763), 10:746 

at Johnson Hall Iroquois conferences (1763), 10:674, 676, 964 

at Johnson Hall Iroquois conferences (1764), 11:28, 29, 58, 59, 80, 83, 

88, 107, 135 
at Johnson Hall Iroquois Congress (July, 1771), 12:911 

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Index 

Butler, John, at Mohawk conferences (Guy Park, 1768), 12:504, 530, 542-43 
at Mohawk conferences (Johnson Hall, Aug., 1768), 12:572 
Moore's reflections (1768) on, 6:401 

Johnson will and, 12:1074-75, 1076 

Johnstown and, 8:323 

as juror in Indian murder case (1747?), 1:112 

justice appointment lists, 3:609, 622, 750; 10:573; 12:768, 783, 793 

land purchases, 1:334, 923; 6:447, 644; 12:205; 13:13-14 

Maybe (Cobus) eviction, 5:493 12:288 

on Mohawk River attack threats, 9 : 643, 668, 871 

Mohawks and, 1:625, 785; 2:533, 563, 667 

Montreal expedition recruitment (1760), 13:167, 16S, 169 

Moore visit (1766) to Johnson Hall, 12:185, 205 

at Mount Johnson Iroquois conference (1755), 1:625, 633 

Munro millstone order and, 8:738 

Munro and Johnson's settler negotiations (1774), 12:1087 

Niagara campaign (1759), 13:118 

Niagara-Detroit journey (1761), 13:228 

on Oneida conference with Canadian governor, 2:690-93 

Oneida journey (1756), 9:584, 598-99, 602-603, 627-28 

Oneida journey (1757), 2:884; 9:725-26 

Oneida journey (I 766 ); 12:139 

Oneida land claims and, 6:450, 738 

Oquaga stop in Cherry Valley (1764), 11:45 

on Oswego attack threats (1760), 3:243, 244, 245; 10:151 

Oswego Iroquois conference (1760) and, 3:237n 

Oswego Iroquois conferences (1759), 13:121, 126, 137, 150 

Oswego recruitment rendezvous (1764), 11:237, 253; 13:327-28 

Oswego trade (1751), 1:338 

portrait, 10:100 

roots, in trade, 11:398 

Samons' road and, 8:246, 336 

Schohary clothing gift (1758), 10:60 

Schohary magistrates and, 7:1042 

Swart (Josias) and, 8:465 

Tryon county clerkship and, 8:432, 437, 542 

Young case and, 4:121 
Butler, Mary, 1:23 
Butler, Nancy, 1:355 

Butler, Richard (smith), 5:262, 264; 13:389 
Butler, Richard (trader), 12:1032, 1034, 1038, 1046 
Butler, Thomas, capt., col., liln, 287n, 299, 355, 360; 9:20, 23 

autograph, 2:xiv 

Bradstreet and, 7:503, 526-27, 538; 9:447, 953, 966-67 

Canajoharie recruitment (1758), 9:936 

cattle purchases, 1:70-71, 129 

command of, in King George's War, 1:94, 96, 98, 121 

commission, 9:534 

Crown Point (1755) and, 1:535 

death (1759), 11:207» 

on escaped prisoners, 2 : 748 

Fort Frontenac attack and, 2:886, 889-90 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois conferences, 9:541, 847, 879, 885, 952; 13:104 

Fort Stanwix trade (1758), 10:62, 93-94 

Fort William Henry capture (1757), 9:811, 819 

on French attack threats (1744), 1:22, 23 
('1755) 1:495-96 515 
(1757)' 2':685-88' 693-95, 697, 699-704; 9:661-63, 665, 666, 671, 673-75, 

679, 680, 687-88, 691-92, 698, 701-703, 768-69, 772-73, 776-77 
(1758), 10:83, 84 
(1759), 3:25-26 

on German Flats Canadian correspondence (1757), 9:778 

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German Flats murder of Oneidas (1757), 9:798 

on German Flats raid (1757), 9:860 

at Great Carrying Place (1756), 2:543-45; 9:446, 44S-49, 450 

illness (1759), 10:115, 116-17, 120 

Indian expenses, 2:600, 609, 627, 635, 642; 3:151, 173; 9:653, 656 

Indian reception at Forts William Henry and Edward (1757), 9:787-88 

on Iroquois Canadian delegation, 2:701, 704-706 

on Iroquois at French camps (1757), 2:740 

Johnson's Indian mission (1748) and, 1:153 

Kindarunty and, 9:81 

land patents of, 1:334, 408, 411, 923; 9:99-101; 13:13-14 
deed affidavit (1764) to Walter Butler, 11:14 

mail opened at German Flats (1757), 9:717-18 

McMickel murder (1758) and, 10:82-84 

on Nova Scotia settlers (1750), 9:67-68 

Onondaga journey (1756), 9:582-85 

Onondaga journey (1757), 2:064-66, 667-73, 694-95, 699-706, 884; 9:586. 
615-16, 618, 620, 621, 625, 634-35 

on Oswego fall (1756), 2:546-47, 553-54; 9:513, 514, 533, 536 

Oswego provisions and, 1:23-24, 124; 9:429, 444-45 

on Oswego trade, 1:290, 297, 338 

prisoner bounties received (1747), 9:S, 23 

salary, 2:624 

on sickness among French, 1:275 
Butler, Walter, lieut., capt.: 

Albany Commissary commission of, 1:27, 28, 29, 33 

Butler (Thomas) land deed (1753), 9:99-101; 11:14 

Ohio (French) expedition information (1753), 9:106 

Crown Point (1747) and, 1:96 

Fort Hunter command, 1:1-3 

Eutherfurd letters to, 1:25-26, 32-33, 105 

scalp bounties received (1747), 9:8, 22 
Butler, Walter, Jr., l:lnj 7:938; 12:57S, 1025-26 
Butler, William, 4:033; 11:528 
Butlersbury, ll:801n 

Buttermilk (Kayoskodo— Onondaga), 10:182; 13:178 
Button, lieut., 3:301 

Butterheld, Jonathan, see Buterfeild, Jonathan 
Buttre, J. C, 2:xi 
Byrne, William, 8:056 

Byng (Bing), John, admiral, 2:531-32, 536, 540 
Byran, Joseph, 5:766 
Byrd, William, III, col., marriage, 10:209 
Byrn (Burns), Barnaby, capt., 5:32, 337; 12:147-48 
Byrne, John, 4:118; 13:161» 
Byrne (Burns), Michael, 4:266, 7S8, 880; 5:540 

accounts, 5:772; 7:557, 562; 12:427, 642, 732 

Adorns land indenture (1771), 8:260-70 

in Bradstreet account (1708), 12:070 

celibacy, 4:867, 876; 12:773 

commissary appointments : 

Fort Chartres application (1768), 6:329; 12:584-85 

Fort Ontario, 5:540; 6:486-87, 522-23, 680; 12:669, 732 

Oneida Lake Royal Blockhouse, 4:215, 321, 335, 359; 11:547; 13:272 

death of, 12:1072n; 13:634 

Johnson (Warron) introduction (1759) , 13:161 

at Johnson Hall, 5:334, 404; 6:189; 12:830 

land purchases, 5:470, 485; 6:83, 131, 154w; 12:343-44, 819 

on Nickis, 4:638 

on present disbursement, 5:698-99 

rumors of Johnson's recall, 11:540 

salary, 12:642, 732 

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Byrne, Michael, Van Sehaack (Henry) and, 7:449-50, 451-52 

on war-belt circulation (1767), 5:717-18 

Wetherhead and, 6:267, 300 

wheat orders, 7:661, 662 
Byrne, Thomas, 7:241, 262, 274 

American voyage (1771), 8:5, 13, 43 

Campbell capture of, 8:86 

Johnson Hall journey (1771), 8:217-18 
Byrne, William, 12:1072-73; 13:589, 609 
Byrne & Frazer, 4:788 
Byvank, Evert, 1:419 

Cabache, ( Detroit Frenchman ) , 13 :320 

Cabet, , interpreter, 13:622 

Cadaracqui (Kingston, Ontario) : 

Bradley report (1756), 9:486 

Celoron and, 9:60-61 

condolence ceremony for Iroquois losses, 3:440-41 

English capture (1758) of (See Fort Frontenac, Bradstreet expedition) 

Fort Niagara prisoners and, 3:121 

French expeditions out of, 1:915, 916; 2:791, 845-46; 9:85-86, 343, 345, 
407, 409,431, 532-33; 10:5 

Indian names for, 9:300 

Indian woman from, in Oswego (1747), 1:124 

Iroquois visits (1748), 1:134, 149-50, 153 

Iroquois visits (1750), 1:288, 914; 9:82 

Johnson's proposal to attack, 1:796, 824 

as rendezvous for various tribes, 3:877 

smallpox epidemic (1756), 9:412 

spies sent to, 1:516, 634, 662, 894; 2:35-36, 61, 800, 816; 9:182, 201, 408, 
583, 630 

trade, 5:1, 303; 12:132 

troops at (See Fort Frontenac, French troops) 

Western Indian meeting (1762) at, 3:747, 748, 752, 754 

See also Fort Frontenac 
Cadenette (Wabash Chief), 7:134-35, 138-39 
Cadiz, Spain, 2:536; 6:426 
Cadmus, Cornelius, 8:351 
Cadogan, Dr. William, 8:243k, 
Cadonia (Indian), 7:49 
Cadot, Jean Baptiste, 4:725n; 12:355-56, 641 

Chippewa attack plans (1765), 11:739-40, 805, 807; 12:161 

copper interests and, 6:89-90, 242, 246, 318; 7:49; 8:128 

drafts on Johnson (1769), 7:50-51, 192, 204 

on Indian unrest (1769), 7:47-48, 87 

Johnson on loyalty of, 8:202 

Lake Superior Indian mission, 11:805, 808-809 
Cadravana (Cayuga sachem), 3:220 
Cagburn, ,8:15 

Cagg, The (Oneida sachem), 2:820; 9:S71 
Caghnawaga (Mohawk River) : 

Collins's patent, 4 : 885 

McLeod farm at, 7:849-50 

Miln tract and, 4:697 

patent release by Kayaderosseras proprietors (1768), 12:578 

provisions (1763), 10:872 

provisions (1764), 4:435, 437 

Road Act (1770) and, 7:596 

Vroman tract, 6:689 
Caghnawaga (Sault St. Louis), l:146n; 12:596; 13:313 

Abenaki-Iroquois councils (1761) at, 3:555-56, 664 

Aughquisasne visit (1769), 7:128 

church, 10:377, 379 

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French Indian council fire at, 3 : 189 
French settlers at, 8:188-89, 210 
half -Indian child of Francis at, 8:235 
Iroquois meeting (1760) at, 10:260, 269 
summer cold spell (1773), 8:840, 866 
Treaty of 1760, 11:502 
Caghnawagas (Cocknawagas, Sault St. Louis Indians) : 
Abenaki alliance request (1750), 9:68 
abused by English soldiers, 3:376, 380, 383, 384, 387, 394, 575, 969-70; 

4:63; 10:263 
Albany Commissioners of Indian Affairs and, 1:390, 543 
Albany meeting (1762), 3:623, 630; 10:382 
Albany Neutrality Treaty, 1:543-44 

Albany visits (1750-61), 1:267, 595-96, 605, 634-35; 3:395 
Aughquisasne-Abenaki dispute (See Aughquisasne Indians, Abenaki dispute) 
Aughquisasne saw mill and, 8:526 
Bouquet expedition (1764) and, 4:5S6, 607, 608; 11:449, 461, 467, 482, 

607, 608 
Braddock defeat (1755) and, 1:882, 883, 886 

Bradstreet expedition and, 11:500, 501, 503-505, 507, 521, 607, 615 
Burton visit (1765), 11:699 

Canada ceded to England, 10:804; 11:872-76, 918 
Carleton (Christopher) and, 7:530-31 
Carleton (Guy) and, 7:129, 531, 654 
Catawbas and, 1:378, 386 
Chenussio messages (1763), 10:966, 967 
Chenussio plot (1761) and, 3:565 
Cherokee hostilities, 7:112, 954-56 
Cherokee-Iroquois peace negotiations (1767), 12:394; 13:428 

Johnson Hall Treaty (1768), 12:452, 457, 464, 472, 473 

return of Cherokee deputies, 12:688-89, 736 
Claus conferences with: 

(1762), 3:747, 752 

(1767), 13:427-28, 430, 431 

(1768), 13:465, 466-67 

(1769), 13:488 

(1770), 7:954, 956-57, 958, 961; 13:708 

(1771), 8:210, 214-16; 13:504-505 

(1772), 8:524-25; 13:713, 715 

(1773), 8:840-41, 866; 12:1027; 13:617, 619-21, 622-23, 632-33, 717 

(1774), 13:719-20 
condolence for Lottridge, 4:415 
Croghan conference (1761), 10:302-305, 309n, 445-49 
Crown Point (1755) expedition and, 1:650, 669, 804, 880, 894; 2:2, 8, 36, 

380-81, 383; 9:197, 223 
Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace treaty (Johnson Hall, 1765), 11:592, 597, 

598, 862 

hostage and deputy escorts, 4:640, 649; 11:560 
Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo punishment expeditions recruitment (1764), 4:418, 

426, 427, 437, 440-41, 446; 11:206-207, 208, 214, 220, 233-34, 235-36, 

918 (See also Caghnawagas, Bouquet expedition; Caghnawagas, Brad- 
street expedition, supra) 
Detroit-Niagara Congress (1761), 10:277 
expenses in behalf of: 

(1755-1756), 2:569, 573, 574, 582, 583, 589 

(1761-67), 3:332-33, 353, 361; 5:541, 545; 13:508, 509, 510 

(1769-71) in behalf of, 12:735, 736, 737, 738, 760, 761, 798, 858, 922, 
946; 13:708, 709, 711 

(1772-74), 13:713, 715, 716, 717, 719-20 
Fort Duquesne capture and, 3:34 
Fort Stanwix Congress (1768), 12:606, 628, 629 
French sympathies, 1:390, 8S2, 883, 886, 894; 2:36, 52, 68, 72-73, 86-87, 90, 

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Caghnawagas, 378-79, 677, 691, 692, 706, 709; 3:191, 273n, 362; 9:40-41, 44, 

47, 201, 220-21, 603, 606, 607, 741; 13:156 
George III and, 12:157, 158 
at German Flats Congress (1770), 7:832-33 
German Flats raid (1757), 9:862 
Gordon (Lord Adam) visit, 11:896 
gun stolen (1772), 13:713 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois Congress (1757), 9:619 
interpreters and, 4:825; 7:530-31, 899-900; 13:504 

Iroquois alliance of, 1:160-61, 163, 457, 646, 880; 2:8, 52; 13:618-19 
Iroquois census (1768), 6:261, 262 

Iroquois deputations to, 1:160-61, 163; 12:1027; 13:617-19 
Isle a la Mote conference (1766), 12:172-74 

Johnson Hall conference (July, 1765), 4:782; 11:869-70, 872-76, 917-19 
Johnson Hall conference (July, 1771), 8:188-89, 210; 13:503-505 
Johnson Hall Iroquois Congress (Sept., 1763), 4:200, 205-206, 208; 10:834, 

838-40, 841-44, 852, 862, 877 
Johnson Hall Iroquois conference (June, 1764), 11:233-37 
Johnson Hall Iroquois Congress (March 1768), 6:135 
land claims: 

boundary settlement (1773), 13:617 

Cartier grant, 5:45-46, 55, 66, 90, 91, 183-87; 7:928, 929-30, 948, 949-52, 
957-58, 960, 961; 12:32-33, 37-39, 48, 61-62, 67 

French settlement prohibition (1771), 8:189; 13:503-504 

Gage on French policy behind, 4:307-308, 318 

hunting ground boundaries, 11:876, 918-19 

Jesuit patent, 3:638, 665, 862; 4:136, 204; 10:372-74, 409, 804-S06, 
840, 844 

Lake Champlain, 12:172-74, 1027 

survey (1767), 5:628 

text of English court order, 10:376-79 

text of French royal deed (1680), 10:374-76 
Liquor Committee, 7:899-900 
location and fighting numbers of (1736), 4:242 
Miamis and, 8:527; 11:371, 372 

Mohawks and, 1:146-51, 160-61, 490, 595, 639, 643, 644, 753, 792, 883; 
2:378-79; 4:180; 8:744; 9:6, 68; 11:625-26; 12:344 

migration from, 11:400 12:172 
on Montreal expedition, 3:267, 268; 13:190, 202 

speech to Johnson in Montreal, 13:163-66 
Montreal visit (1767), 5:496 
Mount Johnson visit (1752), 1:366 
at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:472, 4S1; 11:253, 267, 276, 290, 297, 309, 

314 317 320 
Niagara Treaty (1760), 10:137, 138, 725, 766 
Onondaga Council (1760) and, 3:188, 190, 196 
Onondaga Council (1761) appeal for Iroquois aid, 13:266-67 
Oswegatchie attack threats (1762), 10: 422-23, 425 
Oswegatchies and, 4:356 
at Oswego (1748), 1:134, 135 

Oswego conference with Johnson (1759), 3:191; 13:155 
Oswego fall and, 2:565, 649 
Ottawa hostilities (1759), 13:150 
Philadelphia Council (1759), 3:205 
prisoners of, 3:404; 10:448 
Ramsay murders and, 8:524 

religion and, 2:379; 4:17, 48; 7:531; 9:220; 13:165 
Shuckburgh on scalping (1746) of, 1:53 
sickness among (1760), 3:291-92 
Scioto Congress (1768) and, 13:439 
Silvestre and, 1:508 
smallpox epidemic (1756), 9:412 

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smith for, 7:531; 13:712 

spies (1746), 1:55-56 

Stockbridge Indians and, 3:829-30 

Stump murders and, 12:463 

at Ticonderoga (1767), 5:516 

trade (1754), 9:128, 129 

Albany, 2:52, 76; 3:376, 381, 387, 395; 10:260 
Oswego, 2:52; 3:255; 10:143-44 

Van Alstine lost child and, 10:193 

war parties (1757), 9:773, 776 

Western Indian revolts (1763), 10:725, 766, 771, 834 

messages to the Western Indians, 4:180, 192, 195; 10:792; 13:299 

Western Indian unrest (1769-71) and, 12:689-90, 945, 946 
Caglmiagarote, condolence for, 9:111, 115 
Caghowaghtuone, 1:405 
Cagiquatch (Cagignateha — Canajoharie) : 

land deed to Johnson (1751), 13:15-19 

mark, 13:18 
Caliao, 12:932 
Cahl, Jacob, 6:241 
Cahoen, Dr. ,1:93 

Cahokia: 

English proposal to purchase, 5:324 

French migration from, 6:195; 13:410 

Indians of, 13:414 

Pontiae killed in, 7:16, 76 
Cahungevana (Mohawk), 9:19 
Caiadeon, 5:757 

Caiequeregowa (Onondaga sachem), 1:365 
Cain, (interpreter), 10:394, 421 

Cain, John, 3:157 
Caine, Thomas, 7:814 
Cakanas (Indian), 5:666 
Cake'hy acQ e (Chippewa chief), 4:804, 807 

Calamy, John Schick (Oneida chief), see Schick Calamy, John 
Calcraft, John, 2:515, 526; 7:629n 
Calderwood, James, capt., 7:913, 1079 
Caldwell, , of Albany, 13 : 635 

Caldwell, James, 8:1126, 1127 
Caldwell, John, lieut. col., Niagara command (1774), 8:1188n; 13:689, 692, 

697, 698 
Caleb, William, 2:161, ISO 
Calef, John, 2:245; 9:282 
Calf Creek, Virginia, 4:191 
Calhoon, ,5:347,348,349 

Calhoun, , Detroit siege (1763) and, 10:687-88 

Calkins, Samuel, 6:767, 768 
Callbeck, Robert, 4:311 
Callender, Robert: 

account of losses (1766), 5:341 

Cresap purchase and, 12:237 

Croghan and, 4:717, 721, 729, 738, 779, 799; 11:751, 777, 785, 799, 968 

liquor trade, 11:718 

in Sandusky attack (1763), 10:741-42; 13:293 

trade memorial (1763), 4:264, 270, 271 

trade memorial (1765), 4:631-32; 11:564-66, 614 

on traders attacked by whites in disguise (1769), 7:96 

Callender & Spear, 5:359-61 
Callet, ,4:763 

Callison, , widow 8:350 

Calvert, (Norfolk mayor), 8:5 

Calvinists, 5:413; 7:601 

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Calvinists, Stone Arabia Lutherans and, 6:174-75 
Cambridge, New York, 7:596 
Cambridge University, l:451w 
Camden, Charles Pratt, Lord, 5:136; 8:203 
Great Seals and, 6:560k,; 7:347, 925 
popularity (1770), 12:808 
Cameron, Alexander (Stuart Deputy) : 

Cherokee-Iroquois peace negotiations (1707), 12:339 

Cherokee-Western Indian hostilities (1770-71), 7:491, 525, 1131; 8:349; 

12:813 
frontier outrages and, 5:235; 12:99 
Indian boundary line and, 5:234; 6:226; 12:56, 98 
Cameron, Alexander (Johnstown settler), 12:1086, 1087 
Cameron, John, 8:917; 12:1041 
Cammell, John, see Campbell, John 
Campau, Baptiste: 

English Illinois trade (1765), 4:761-66 
Miamis (1768) and, 12:544 
Pontiac and, 11:219; 13:317, 319, 320 
Campau, Louis, 4:604; 5:813 
Campbel, Mary, 11:490 
Campbell, ,1:567 

Campbell, , officer and land owner, 4 :387 

Campbell, (surveyor), 3:878, 880; 12:719, 754, 782, 788 

Campbell, (traveler), 5:541 

Campbell, , sgt., 3:231 

Campbell, , lieut., 3:474; 4:167 

Campbell, capt., 1:209 

Campbell, capt., Kinderhook petition, 7:24 

Campbell, , capt., Massy and, 12:163 

Campbell, Alexander, lieut., 3:991 
Campbell, Collin, 4:454 

Campbell, Archibald, capt., 3:991; 12:792, 793 
Campbell, Daniel, capt., maj., col. : 
accounts : 

(1757), 9:653, 654, 656 
(1758), 3:150, 151 
(1759), 3:172 
(1763), 4:192, 200, 206-207 
(1764), 4:324, 335, 381, 617 
(1767), 5:541, 542, 549, 565 
(1768), 6:216, 249, 490, 503 

(1769), 7:193-95, 199, 200-201, 206-207, 269, 297, 555; 12:760 
(1770), 7:433-35, 556, 569-70, 574, 621-26; 12:802, 821, 857 
(1771) 12:901 925 
(1772-75), 12:94s, 1002; 13:705-706 
on Amherst warrants, 4:13-14, 26-27, 32-33 
ammunition orders (1767), 5:515 

(1769), 7:27, 28, 52 
Andrews and, 7:248, 871, 984-85 
Assembly election of 1768 and, 6:131 

(1769), 6:593-95, 599, 619; 7:1022 
autograph, l:xi 
beaver coat gift, 4:257, 260 
on beaver sloop wrecked (1771), 8:139 
Beekman and, 7:604 
buck skin orders, 6:37 
Byrne taken by, 8:86 
on Carleton, 7:819-20 
on carriage sizes, 4:44 
child born to, 6:444, 489 
Chinn and Howard suit, 7:821; 12:1007-1008 

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cloth orders, 4:107, 109; 5:794-95; 6:502-503; 7:193-94, 199, 200-201, 

206-207, 210, 228-29, 230; 8:422, 431-32; 9:653, 654 
colonelcy, 7:470-71; 8:1102-1103 
company of, 2:782; 4:298; 5:557; 7:456 
conciliatory letters (1765), 4:631, 635 
Croghan land sales (1770) and, 7:477 
Davis (Dudley) and, 8:31 
elk horn gift, 8:700 
Flood (Thomas) and, 6:350 

Fort Ontario Congress (1766) provisions, 12:113 

Fort Stanwix Congress provisions and, 6:431-32, 442, 443-44, 446; 12:618 
Fort Stanwix roads and, 6:145 
on funeral preparations (1759), 3:37 
fur trade agreement with Cole and Van Schaaek, 4:725-26 
German Flats defense (1757), 9:676 
Glen (Cornelius) lieutenantcy and, 4:257 
Grenadiers and, 10:940 
illness of (1770), 7:389 
inventory of Indian goods (1770), 7:714-15 
iron and steel orders, 6:533; 7:193 
Jessup land grant and, 8:227, 452, 507, 570, 579-80 
on John Johnson's return from England, 5:599-600 
Johnson coat-of-arms and, 6:516 
in Johnson will, 12:1074 

justice appointments, 3:609, 625, 750; 12:784, 792 
land purchases, 4:335; 8:86; 12:787, 819 
McCord and, 4:87, 101 
major's commission, 4:254 
McKean company and, 4 : 4 
money sent by, 5:559, 563; 12:706 
Mynderse recalcitrance and, 7:1022-23, 1029 
New York agency for Johnson asked, 4:381; 5:426 
oxen sold (1755) by, 2:574, 577 

Phyn and Ellice accounts and, 6:99; 12:426; 13:470, 478 
picture forwarded (1767) bv, 13 ixUi 
pork orders, 6:70; 7:498, 570, 585 
portrait, 12:1006 
postal affairs, 7:586 
Printup's son and, 4:118 
provision boatload (1770), 12:820-21 
Roberts and, 6:643; 7:195 
Sacondaga deed delivery (1771), 12:S96 
Schenectady Committee of Correspondence on, 7:251n 
Schenectady lot exchange with Johnson, 6:622-23, 636-37, 724; 12:1067 
Schenectady politics (1770), 12:876 
shaving set sent bv, 6:713 
Shipboy and, 7:608 

Sons of Liberty and, 7:230, 251-52, 272, 707n 
on Stevens at Fort Stanwix, 5 : 555 
Stevenson and, 7:520, 569, 574 
stroud orders, 7:604 
trade losses (1763), 4:168 
trade pass request (1764), 11:168 
Wade and Keiuser and, 7:740, 771, 822-23, 917, 921, 941, 1020; 8:63, 86-87, 

118-19, 128, 144-45, 151, 166, 223, 242, 274, 280, 380, 497-98, 826 

doubts concerning orders (1771), 12:910-11 

Wade complaints against, 8:2-3, 119, 128, 305-306 
Wallace account, 8:605 
Wetherhcad orders forwarded by, 7:529-30 
wheat trade, 7:793, 797-98; 12:869, 876 
white lead order, 7:730 

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Campbell, Daniel, capt., maj., col., wine orders, 7:126, 194, 199-200 
Campbell, Donald, surgeon, 3:179 
Campbell, Donald, capt.: 

accounts, 3:571, 581, 594, 597, 598, 599, 601, 757-59; 10:330-31, 354 

Cessation of Amis (1763) and, 10:640, 659 

Clapham murder and, 10:520 

death of, 10:745; ll:349n; 13:296, 441 

Detroit command, 3:302a,, 323, 492, 549-50; 10:476n; ll:lln 

at Detroit Indian Conference (1760), 10:199, 200, 201, 205 

Detroit siege (1763) and, 4:182, 187; 10:737, 739-40, 744; 13:289, 290, 
291-92, 295-96, 319, 441 

Dumay murder and, 3:415 

Fort Pitt attack (1763) and, 4:139 

Indian attitudes towards, 7:56 

Iroquois threats to Detroit and Niagara (1761), 3:405-406, 437-39, 448-53, 
505, 510, 511-12, 515, 520; 13:217, 220, 227, 237 

Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761) and, 3:470, 474; 10:320; 13:249, 250, 
251, 253, 256, 257, 259 

outpost occupation (1761) and, 3:421, 422, 454, 516, 524, 525; 10:285, 293, 
295, 296, 322, 698n; 13:229, 250 

outpost withdrawal proposal, 10:504-505, 511 

Rogers and, 10:244 

on trade, 3:507 
Campbell (Campble), George, lieut., 4:208; 8:106S; 10:815, 817, 818 
Campbell, James, 3:170 

as French, prisoner (1758), 2:786-87, 791-93, 799-800 
Campbell, James (Indian prisoner), 11:4SS 
Campbell, James (merchant), 3:753 

Campbell, James, named in Johnson patent (1772), 12:956 
Campbell, Jemmy, 9:864 
Campbell (Cammell), John, 8:13S 
Campbell, John, lieut., 2:803, 805 
Campbell, John, capt. in the 27th: 

Gorrell and, 10:706, 708 

marriage (1761), 3:404 

Murray appointment as Canadian agent of Indian Affairs, 4:723, 734, 777, 
782; 8:1103, 1109; ll:615n, 699, 755-57, 775; 12:1114; 13:646, 691, 
698, 729, 730 

trial in Walker affair, 5:474 
Campbell, John, lieut. col. in the 17th, 13:217n 

accounts, 4:811, 836, 857, 873, 877; 5:35, 75, 677; 6:667; 7:856-57; 
11:958, 973-74, 977; 12:79 

Bradstreet Detroit conference plans (1765) and, 11:871, 893, 899, 901, 
907-908 

Bradstreet expedition (1764) and, 4:431 

Brehm account (1765), 11:923, 958 

cattle thefts and, 4:164; 11:513-14 

Crawford and, 5:275-76 

Croghan Illinois expedition (1765), 11:810-11, S99, 938-39, 940, 958; 12:29 

Croghan reported killed, 4:828; 11:854-55, 871, 892-93, 904, 906 

Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace negotiations (1765), 4:650; 11:810 

Detroit command, ll:513?i 

Detroit courts of inquiry, 4:670-79 

Detroit traders' petition (1762), 3:944 

Duncan and, 4:366 

Farmar occupation of Fort Chartres, 12:31 

Fort Stanwix command, 10:801 

Huron request for an ox (1765), 11:898 

interpreters' certificates, 4:708; 6:300, 11:685; 12:642 

Iroquois embassies (1765) to Western nations, 11:906, 907, 931 

Johnson Hall guards, 4:188, 201; 10:868, 913 

Johnson Hall visit plans (1764), 4:297, 302 

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Miamis and, 4:756; 11:784, 795, 811, 834, 882 

Niagara cattle supply (1763), 10:860, 913 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:472; 11:267 

Oneidas and, 4:381; 11:118, 123, 160; 13:287 

Ottawa and Chippewa council with Marsac (1765), 4:803-808 

Ottawa and Chippewa embassies (1765) to Johnson, 11:784, 797, 809-10, 899 

Pennsylvania frontier outrages (1765) and, 11:811-12 

Pontiac and: 

messages, 4:646, 719; 5:109; 11:540, 569, 745-46, 810 
threats of attack (1765), 11:744-46, 763, 764-65, 839, 851, 862, 981-82, 
989 
Pottawatomie conference (Detroit, 1765), 11:547-52, 587-89, 646, 705, 744, 

765 
Pottawatomie murders (1765), 4:722, 733 

Pottawatomie murders (1766), 5:35, 159-60, 224, 271-72, 276; 12:29-31, 115 
Shuckburgh and, 5:602; 12:334 
slave murder of Indian women (1766), 5:160-61, 272; 12:307-308, 322, 

335-36 
on threat of general Indian war (1763), 4:220-21 
trade reopening and, 4:618, 837, 842 
Campbell, John, earl, see Loudoun, John Campbell, Earl of 
Campbell, Mungo, 7:630 
Campbell, Samuel, 8:334 
Campbell, Thomas, 13:519 
Campbell, William, Lord (Gov. of Nova Scotia) : 

Cunningham recommendation as successor to Gorham, 7:105-106; 8:365: 

12:724 
Gorham appointment as Indian Affairs Deputy, 5:771, 789n; 12:196 
Campble, Francis, 5:214; 11:364 
Campeau, Baptiste, see Campau, Baptiste 
Campeau Currie, (Detroit Frenchman), 10:985 

Campell, Patrick, 8:334 
Cample, see Campbell 
Campo, Louis, see Campau, Louis 
Canaan, New York, 4:25 
Canada : 

Albany neutrality efforts in King George's War, 1:86-88 
boundaries of, 3:523; 8:213-14, 840 
boundary commission and, 1:262, 268-69, 284 
British-Canadian regiment, 4:381, 395, 402, 406 
"Canadians" defined by Carleton, 6:157-58 

Church of England episcopate proposal, 4:299, 306, 309, 313; 5:ix, 408 
Clinton and French governor of, 1:56, 206, 213-15, 247 
colonization attempts, 5:277 

English governors of, 4:87, 137, 167, 225, 305, 383, 415, 516, 526, 540; 
5:397, 398, 479n; 6:484; 8:211; 11:334-35, 341-42 
Johnson considered for governorship, 4:849 
removal from Quebec to Montreal, 4:633 
English prisoners in, 1:162, 163, 167-68, 169, 186-93; 9:169-70 
European wars and, 1:119 
food scarcity: 

(1757), 9:606, 691, 741, 789 
(1758), 2:786, 791-92; 9:907, 915 
(1760), 13:198 
(1769), 7:130-31 
French laws continued in, 13:629, 675, 679-80 
French need of, 1:552-53, 554, 577; 2:53 

French prisoners returned to, 1:211-12, 231-33, 236-37, 247, 283-85 
French troop stationing (1755), 1:517 
German Flats-Oneida negotiations (1757) with, 2:679-80, 690-93. 707 709, 

723; 9:598-99, 602-603, 725-26, 778, 832, 857 
Indian Affairs, l:489n 

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Canada, English Agency (1764), 4:723, 745-46, 760, 782; 5:vn; 10:450-51 

Manager appointment (1774), 8:1103, 1109; 12:1114; 13:691, 698 

Superintendence appointment (1776), 13:728-30 

Superintendency appointment (1782), 13:733 

Superintendency proposal, 8:525; 11:342, 615, 699, 755-57 
Iroquois visits and migration in Frencli period, 1:97, 140-41, 151-52, 159-65, 

187, 277-78, 431-32, 908-20passim ; 9:56-57, 80-82, 461 

Mohawk tentatives, 1:489-90, 627, 629, 901, 902; 9:109, 129-30, 176 
Jesuit lands, 7:576w, 959 
Jesuit deportation to, 11:8, 23 
Johnson embassy (1749), 1:247-49 

Johnson (John) petition in behalf of loyalists (1785) in, 8:1215 
Louisiana Cherokee mission (1756), 9:575 
Louisiana communication (1759), 13:117 
Lydius negotiations (1746), 1:114m. 
military routes, map, 9:940 

Mohawk country spies (1775) from, 1:744, 751-52, 753-54 
Mohawk war parties (1747-48) against, 1:94, 175-76 
name, etymology of, 13 : 60 
reduction of, 3:267, 269-75, 279n, 309, 477-78, 496, 554, 640, 644, 691; 

10:199, 202, 207, 216, 217, 224, 225-26, 504, 510, 747-48, 842-43 

Articles of Capitulation, 3:309, 362, 422, 441, 459, 516; 10:296, 700; 
12:46-47 

Caghnawaga view of, 11:873-76 

French cession to England, 4:62, 63, 81, 223-24; 10:617, 659-60, 700, 
804 

French English allegiance after, 12:325-27, 329-30 

Indian Affairs reorganization and, 11:891 

Indian unrest after, 4:62, 249-50, 275, 291, 308, 601; 6:280, 303; 
7:154-55; 8:1142-46; 10:316-17, 405, 659-60; 11:21-22, 279-80, 281- 
82; 12:421-22, 554; 13:189, 266-67, 320-21, 466-67, 622-23 

Mohawk boundaries and, 12:538 

occupation of, 4:223-28 
possession of outposts, 3:454, 459, 478, 516, 524, 525, 538-39; 4:170, 197, 

202; 5:3; 10:282, 293, 295, 296, 319, 322, 326, 752, 755-56 
Scots in, 4:342, 526, 540 
settler disadvantages (1774), 12:1111 
slave refuge in, 9:69 
summer frosts (1773), 12:1026-27 
Surveyor of the Woods (1771), 8:244, 342 
trade : 

colonial administration of, 6:302-303, 494-95; 7:569 

commissary system regulations, 12:207, 214, 218-19, 226; 13:422-24 

commissary system regulations protested, 5:130-34, 148-49, 167-69, 
179-80, 386; 6:185-86, 198-99; 12:289-90, 320-21, 322-23 
objections listed (1768), 12:409-14 

commissary system regulations violated, 5:520-24, 537, 566-67, 765-66, 
777 

English imports (1765), 11:827 

French-English, before the reduction of Canada, 1:236, 284; 2:52, 76, 
90; 9:127-28 

Green Bay monopoly grant to Vaudreuil, 12:5-8 

Illinois passes (1767), 5:724 

Murray removal petition, 4:719, 840 

New York enforcement of British boycott and, 7:251-52 

price levels (1760-61), 3:283, 284, 309, 311, 403; 13:198 

suspension (1764), 4:381, 427, 440, 441, 598 

traders' request for indemnity of losses sustained in Indian Wars, 4:281, 
315, 329, 418 
travellers from, 1:215-16, 543, 744, 751-52 
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Canada Creeks, 1:421, 428; 5:685 

Canajoharie patent and, 3:282, 326, 656, 666; 4:S9, 754; 5:476; 6:771; 
7:203, 290; 10:249; 12:185 

Fonda purchase (1771) on, 8:152 

German Flats raid (1757), 9:856, 857 

Indian boundary line and, 6:492, 520, 538; 12:657, 667, 670, 685, 888, 
889, 1000 

Johnson's route to Detroit Conference (1761), 3:437, 510; 13:272 

Kayaderosseras and, 6:223, 228; 12:576 

Klock purchase on, 3:307, 417, 424, 656 

Nelles land on, 8:1062 

Petri purchase on, 3:321, 424 
Canadagaia (Hans the Wild, Unaguaandchonge — Mohawk), 9:588 

at Albany committee meeting (1773), 8:955 

Catawba message (1758) and, 9:996 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1756), 9:348 

at Fort Johnson Mohawk conference (1756), 9:463-65, 467-68 

at Fort Johnson Oneida meeting (1762), 10:482 

Fort Stanwix Congress and, 12:628 

on Fort William Henry capture (1757), 9:809 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Congress (1757) and, 9:596, 729 

harvest failure (1765), 11:817 

at Johnson Hall Iroquois meeting (Sept. 1762), 10:513 

Mohawk River defense (1755), 1:638 

on Montreal expedition, 10:180; 13:174 

on New Orleans Indian embassies (1763), 10:767-68 

at Onondaga Council (1762), 10:584, 586, 588, 589 

Onondaga Council (1769), 12:797 

in Oswego (1764), 11:398 

presents, 3:155, 163, 16S; 9:647; 12:797, 798 

Shawnee message (1765), 11:526-27, 531 

on Shirley's recruitment methods, 2:376-77; 9:217-19 

son's death, 11:660 

on Ticonderoga attack (1758) recruitment, 9:937 

Tionnonderoge dispute, 8:955, 965 
Canadarago (Seneca castle) : 

innocence in Seneca plot (1763), 10:856, 867, 892, 903, 945 

Oswego troop census (1760), 10:175 
Canadasaga (Kanadesaga, Ganundasaga, Seneca castle), 2:680n 

Chenussio mediation (1764), 11:139-40 

Delaware prisoners at, 4:649 

Ellison as prisoner at, 4:300 

Fort Stanwix Congress and, 12:621 

Indian unrest (1771), 8:141 

innocence in Seneca plot (1763), 10:856, 866, 867, 892,945, 973 

Oswego troop census (1760), 10:175 

Seneca Council (1763) at, 10:794, 795, 800-S01 

Shawnee appeal (1774) for Iroquois aid, 13:669-70 

smith for, 12:387 

warning of plot against Johnson (1764), 11:27 

white prisoner of Delawares at, 11:183 
Canadasse (Canadian chief), 13:428 
Canadaway Creek (Ganadawao, Kanandawaron), 13:265 
Canadeniyo (Cayuga), 10:184 
Canadian Indian Confederacy: 

culture of, 7:599-600 

English laws and, 13:675, 679-80 

French threats (1750) to the Iroquois, 1:277-78 

Iroquois alliance (1761), 3:547; 13:618-19 

Iroquois-Cherokee Congress (Johnson Hall, March 176S), 6:107ra, 122-23, 
135, 136, 155, 162, 198n, 224 

Iroquois-Cherokee Congress (German Flats, July, 1770), 7:295, 328, 332, 

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Index 

Canadian Indian Confederacy, 343, 361-62, 376-77, 380, 412-13, 494, 706, 
721-22, 737, 769, 785, 787, 789, 790, 798, 799, 832-33, 836-38, 844, 852-55, 
871-72, 894, 897, 907, 1069; 12:849-52; 13:707 
arms demand as test of English integrity, 7:853; 12:850, 852 
Johnson Hall conferences after, 7:817-18, 852, 875, 1118; 12:830-35, 

837-47, 849-50 
policy of division of confederacies and, 7:540, 541-42, 655, 852-53, 855 
Iroquois embassies (1756), 2:563-64, 675-77, 701, 704-709; 9:583, 605-607, 

618, 621, 635, 637, 642, 643, 665, 668-69 
Iroquois hostilities in King George's War, 1:59-60, 63-64, 80-81, 87-88. 07. 

107, 135-38 
Johnson conference (Montreal, Sept., 1760), 13:163-66 
Johnson Hall conference (Oct., 1773), 8:901 
land claims, 4:291, 307-308, 318 
members, 3:273m, 

neutrality suggestion (1755), 2:325 
Neutrality Treaty (Oswegatchie, 1760), 7:109-10; 13:166, 187, 18S, 190, 

202 
Onondaga Council (1774) invitation, 13:676 
Scioto Council (1770), 7:854-55; 12:930 
threats (1768) of uprising, 13:466-67 
Three Nation Councils with Claus (1767-74), 13:428-30, 31-32, 622-23, 

710-11, 717, 720 
Western Indian revolts (1763-64), 4:180, 191-92, 200, 440-41; 10:218, 
724-25, 761, 766, 771, 778, 792-94, 801-802, 834, 842, 856, 880-81; 11:23; 
13:299 

expedition aid (1764), 4:395, 418, 426, 435, 440-41, 446, 448-49, 452, 
516; 11:52-53, 54-55 
See also specific groups 
Canadiorha (Kanadiorha, Nickus Kanadyora — Canajoharie sachem, son of 

Nicholas Brant), see Brant, Nicholas Canadiorha 
Canadogte (Onondaga), 9:777 
Canadunte, 9:631, 636 

Canagaraduncka (Canajoharie sachem), 4:50, 60; 10:571 
Canagarunta, 10:584, 589 
Canageogoaie, 1:405 

Canaghiyagey (Karayaga — Onondaga), 10:92, 94, 99 
Canaghquayeson (Oneida chief), see Canaghquiesa 
Canaghquiesa (Oneida chief) : 
Butler (John) and, 9:627 
Canestio expedition and, 11:75, 84 
Chenango Conference (1756) and, 9:455-57 
at condolence for Abraham, 9:621, 628 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois conference (March 1763), 10:626, 635 
at Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1756), 9:350-51, 378 
at Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (Sept. 1763), 10:840-41 
at Fort Johnson meeting (December 1755), 9:332 

at Fort Johnson meeting (Sept., 1757), 9:831-33, 835-37, 843, 850-51 
at Fort Johnson meeting (March, 1758), 9:879-80 
at Fort Johnson meeting (Dec. 1758), 10:65-69, 75 
at Fort Johnson meeting (Jan. 1762), 10:357-60, 369-71 
Fort Stanwix Congress (1768) and, 12:622, 626, 628, 648, 666 

Pennsylvania payments for land cessions at, 12 : 694-95 
Fort Stanwix evacuation (1767), 12:348-49 
on French Oneida intrigue, 9:776 
on French threats of attack (1757), 9:683 
at German Flats Iroquois Congress (1763), 10:749-50 
German Flats raid (1757) and, 9:860-63 
at Johnson Hall Iroquois Congress (April, 1762), 3:698, 707 
at Johnson Hall Iroquois Congress (Dec, 1763), 10:963, 969-71, 972 
Lydius land purchase from, 1:739 
Montreal expedition (1760) recruitment, 13:168 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

at Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:430-33 
Oneida land sales (1766) and, 12:244-45 
Onondaga Congress (1758) and, 2:822-23 
on Oquaga ministry, 10:517 
Oswego Iroquois Congress (Aug., 1759), 13:137 
presents, 2:622; 3:166; 12:797, 920 
Tagawaron dispute (1770), 12:836-37 
Canaghrageayat (Oneida), 10:183 

Canajageya ( Kanagawgogie, Old Kittle — Onondaga sachem), 2:685, 6S6, 687; 
10:99; 11:361 

on French plans of attack (1757), 2:708-709 
Oswegatchie scout (1759), 3:177; 10:92, 94 
Canajoharie (village and district) : 

Albany regiment review (1764) in, 11:237, 251 

in Butler accounts (1761-71), 13:508, 519, 520 

Butler visit (1766), 5:315-16 

church for, 3:411; 6:281, 639, 683, 732, 745, 757; 7:10, 543, 567, 877, 1026, 

1160; 8:182, 928 

completion (1771), 12:894 

expense accounts, 7:666-68 

Fort Ilendrick dismantlement and, 12:555 
Indian fund collection for, 6:464-65, 563-64; 7:516, 518; 12:655-56, 734 

Munro and, 7:720, 962n-QSn 

request (1761), 3:365; 10:311 
Clarke lands, 8:460 

Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace treaty (1765), 11:595-96, 597 
fort at, 1:103-104, 454; 2:800; 3:14; 9:30 
French attack threat (1757), 2:759 
French attack threats (1758), 9:921 
Indian land gift to Johnson (See Canajoharie patent) 
Iroquois conference (1759), 3:25, 27-32, 163-64, 271 
Iroquois Congress stop (Johnson Hall, July 1771) en route, 12:911 
Johnson (Guy) land grant near, 12:297 
Johnson (Warren) visit (1760), 13:192 
Johnson's letter to the voters of, 1:293 
justice appointments (1762), 3:609, 622 
justice appointments (1769-70), 12:768 
Magin land purchase, 9:56, 58 
Magra at, 6:167 
Maybe residence at, 4:513-14, 567, 577, 615, 637, 645, 838, 850, 864; 5:469 

492, 493, 556, 562; 11:556, 620n, 926-27, 950-51; 12:287-88, 756 
Mohawk Kiver defense (1757) and, 9:666-67 
Mohawk River defense (1763) and, 4:232 
Moore visit (1768), 6:343, 399 
Penn stop (1768) near, 12:596 
Road Act (1770) and, 7:596 
schoolmaster, 3:338, 354; 4:374; 6:711; 7:841 
soldiers quartered (1758) in, 10:78 
Swiss settlers, 3:356 
Wraxall company posted at, 9:677 
Canajoharie Indians: 

at Abenaki (Fort Johnson) conference (1762), 10:410 

arms request (1762), 10:492 

arms disbursement (1764), 11:107-108 

Canajohary conference (Jan. 1759), 10:85-89 

cattle thefts (1758), 10:58 

Cherokee-Iroquois war and, 12:183, 344-45 

Cherokee peace treaty (Johnson TTall, March 1768), 12:457-58 

Chippewa conference (Guy Park, July 1768), 12:549 

church building, see Canajoharie, church 

clothing disbursement (1764), 11:106 

Colden's adoption by, 4:682 

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Index 

Canajoharie Indians, condolence ceremony for Abraham, 9:595, 600, 603, 620, 

621, 626, 628 
condolence ceremony for Hendrick, 9:349-50 
condolence for Johnson's granddaughter (1767), 12:363 
corn harvest spoiled (1765), 11:783-84, 817 
Grown Point expedition (1755) and, 9:201, 388-91, 392-93 
Crown Point spies (1755), 1:635-36 
Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace treaty and, 11:597 
Easton Council (1758), 13:113 
English loyalty of, 9:601, 603-605 
expenses (March 1755-October 1756) in behalf of, 2:567, 572, 575, 577, 579, 

580, 585, 600, 601, 602, 604, 608, 611, 614, 620, 623, 626, 633, 636, 637, 

639, 643; 3:150, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 174, 176, 

179, 180 

(November 1756-March 1757), 9:644, 645, 64S, 650, 651, 652, 654, 655, 
656 

(1758), 10:51, 53 

(1764-69), 12:644, 734, 763, 798; 13:508, 509, 510, 544 

(1770-73), 12:800, 801, 863, 864, 897, 900, 921, 1000, 1018 
food shortage (1758), 10:68 
food disbursement (1769), 12:690 
fort for, 1:605, 842; 2:480, 560, 800; 3:14; 9:30, 416, 428, 461, 527, 536, 

626-27, 645 

British garrison at, 9:535, 545, 546-48, 550, 600-601 
Fort Hendrick disputes (1758), 10:56, 62-63 
Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (Sept. 1763), 10:828-29 
Fort Johnson meeting (1762), 10:356, 364-69 
Fort Pitt attack threats (1762), 10:402, 405-406 
Fort Stanwix evacuation and, 12:346, 348-49 
Fort William Henry French raid (1757), 9:810 
German Flats alarm (1763), 10:772 
German Flats liquor trade, 1:172 
German Flats murder of Oneidas (1757), 9:798, 799 
German Flats raid (1757) and, 9:859-60 

Harris Ferry -Lancaster Iroquois Congress (1757) and, 9:620, 626 
Iroquois conference (1763) on Newkirk murder, 10:626 
on Iroquois loyalty (1756), 9:444, 601 

Iroquois threat (1761) to the English, 3:439-40, 510, 519; 13:217-18, 238 
Johnson Hall Iroquois Congress (Dec, 1766), 12:241, 243 
Johnson Hall Iroquois meeting (Sept. 1762), 10:500 
Johnson Hall meeting (Oct. 1763), 10:896-900, 901-902 
Johnson (John) welcome in 1767, 12:385 
in King George's War, 9:16, 17, 18, 21, 23, 24, 25 
Kindarunty's death and, 10:32-33 
Klock (George, Jr.) enticement of Indians to England (1764), 4:316-17; 

11:36, 473, 522, 523 
Klock's English embassy (1773), 8:935-36, 938, 951, 970-71, 1008-1009, 

1060, 1160, 1192-93, 1201 
land claims, 3:193; 9:166; 10:218 

deed (Adageghtingue, 1751?) to Johnson, 13:15-19 

deposition (1762) concerning land deed, 3:963 

depositions (1765?) concerning Indian deed, 4:890 

Fall Eiver tract, 9:135-36 

harassment (1761) to sell, 13:216 

Hartwick land dispute and, 12:269-70, 303, 702-703 

illegal survey, 1:432; 4 : 140-46p«ssim ; 13:276-77 

Klock purchase negotiations (1754-66), 1:421-22, 3:312-13, 328; 5:315; 
10:621-22; 12:137, 139, 183-84, 225 
MeLeland deposition (1762) on methods, 13:274-75 
massacre alarm (1767), 12:332-33 
migration protest, 12:137, 167-68, 169 
protested by sachems, 4:165-66, 596-97; 5:469; 8:556, 1193, 1200- 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

1201; 10:216-17, 219-20, 227-29, 336-39, 365-67, 724, 756-57 

Klock petition (1767) to governor, 12:332-33, 345-46 

Klock threat of ejectments, 3:562, 584-85, 645, 648, 649, 737-38, 739, 
745, 880, 916, 945-46; 4:115-17; 5:219; 10:337, 457, 487, 717; 12:93 

Livingston patent, 1:432; 3:364, 584-S5, 673-74, 745, 916; 4:46, 50-61, 
115-16; 8:686-87, 702-703, 714; 9:148, 166; 10:233, 337, 717, 756 

Livingston patent deed of release, 10:828, 898-99, 927-29 

Livingston patent quit-claim to Klock, release refusal, 6:616, 635; 
8:1201; 10:941; 12:365, 539-41, 698 

Maybe's negotiations, 11:555-56; 12:287-88 

New York Council inquiry, 3:925, 934, 938, 943, 947, 948, 955, 973; 
4:1-3, 24, 25-26, 29-30, 38-39, 42, 45, 46, 49, 50-61, 78-80, 176-77, 
068-69, 682; 5:219; 10:350, 442, 541-42, 565, 570, 571-73, 574-75, 
609-11, 650-51, 717, 756; 11:346, 688 

Pickerd fraud, 3:339, 352; 10:220, 233 

royal protection asked, 10:225-26, 228, 229, 717, 898; 11:984-85; 12:225 

Schenectady survey (1763), 4:233-34 

Stevens purchase (1751), 1:330 

survey requests, 12 : 656, 863 

Van Driesen glebe, 10:367-68; 11:956-57, 986 

Vaughan survey, 6:83 

Vaughan purchase (1769) and, 7:42 

woodland fraud (1769), 12:798 

(See also Klock, George, land purchases of; Livingston Manor, sale of 
lands of) 
land gift to Johnson (See Canajoharie patent) 
land sale certificate (1765) to Young and Smith, 4:791-92 
missionary for, 10:367-68; 12:1079 
Mohawk conference (Guy Park, June 1768), 12:539-41 

Mohawks and, 1:176, 177, 237-38, 453-54, 641, 738, 785, 902; 9:107, 108-109 
Montour and, 11:181 

Montreal expedition (1760), 10:181, 183, 217, 218, 252, 254; 13:175 
Niagara Congress (1764), 11:276, 309 

Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761) journey conference, 3:429-30; 13:216 
Onondaga Conference (1769) and, 7:84 
Onondaga Council (1758) and, 2:823; 13:111-13 
Onondaga Council (1774), 13:688 

Oswego Iroquois Congress (Aug., 1759), 13:137, 138, 140-41, 142 
in Oswego troop census (1760), 10:175 
payment for scalps and prisoners, 1:94-96 
prisoner exchange (1749) and, 9:47 
recruitment (1747), 1:80-81 

(1758), 9:936, 939; 10:13, 29, 37 

war parties (1757), 9:794, 795 

(1763), 10:717-18 

(1764), 11:108 
schoolmasters for, 6:531; 8:928, 1091; 10:217-18, 219, 228, 229 
Schuyler (Col. Peter) and, 5:56-58 
smith for, 11:985, 9S6 
Susquehanna settlers (1763) and, 10:720 
Ticonderoga scout (1759), 10:105-107 

Tryon County committee (1775) and, 8:1202, 1209, 1211-12 
Tryon speech (1772), 8:550 
Canajoharie patent: 

Colden (Alexander) map, 4:754, 776; 5:395; 11:131, 755; 12:215 

Duncan lands adjoining, 4:233-34; 12:785 

Indian presentation of land, 3:296-98, 312-13, 326-27, .",58, 366-70, 373, 390, 

396, 397-98, 399-400, 416-17, 504; 4:299, 388, 410, 751; 10:228, 229. 

282; 13:192 
license petition (1701), 10:248-50 

conflicting petitions, 3:397-98, 400, 408-409, 418-20, 423-27, 55S, 561, 56.",, 
583-85, 595-96, 602-603, 607, 610, 615-16, 640-41, 646-47, 665-66, 

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Index 

Canajoharie patent, 725-26, 745, 749; 4:90; 10:310-11, 335; 11:758-59, 787-88, 

824-25; 12:631; 13:378 
O'Brien proposal to purchase (1764) part of, 11:759, 787; 13:328-29 
Johnson's offer of land for an episcopate, 5:842; 6:27, 77, 132, 289-90, 292 
Johnson's proposals for settling, 3:583-85, 595-96, 602-603, 615-17, 633-34, 

640-41, 646-47, 654-55, 665-66, 725; 4:388, 410-11; 13:243 
Johnson's request for patent from England, in consideration of services, 

4:78, 88-91, 184, 639, 643, 773; 5:ix, 7, 8, 21-22, 27, 238, 267, 417-18, 

476, 564, 572, 732; 6:61, 335-36, 473; 11:346, 368, 524 
in Johnson's will, 8:1190; 12:1066, 1067, 1068-69, 1070, 1071-72, 1073-74 
Klock attempt to purchase (1766), 5:237-38, 266k, 
legal fees, 6:93; 12:740, 752, 786; 13:493 
limitations of grant size and, 11:469; 12:756 
letters patent (1772), 12:1025 

list of patent-sharers, 3:634; 6:320-21, 473, 771; 10:282-83 
memorial to the King (1766), 5:ix, 233, 267, 288, 313-14, 490, 494, 551, 

820-21, 842; 6:27, 93-94; 12:358-59, 392, 405, 428 
mining rights, 12 : 725 
Moore (Sir Henry) witness, 12:185 
Oquaga land sales (1767) adjoining, 12:346 

presents exchanged for, 3:572-73; 4:90, 388, 577; 5:21; 7:203; 12:156 
Royal Grant (1769), 6:735, 769-73; 7:176, 191-92, 203, 363, 499-500, 522, 

670, 697, 713, 718, 737, 784-85; 8:615, 1010, 1061; 12:695-96, 725, 740, 

754, 767-68, 880 
surveys : 

Frey and Yates, 4:631; 5:395, 422, 476, 478, 541; 6:85, 93; 8:547-48; 
11:522; 12:214-15, 216, 301, 524; 13:512, 514, 516 

Vrooman, 4:567, 573-74, 578, 596, 615, 633, 695, 741, 753-54, 776, 853; 
6:93; 11:581, 620, 703; 12:214n; 13:510, 512, 514 
Canasatego (Canasadego, Canasakgo, Canossidego, Connossadagah) : 
death of, 1:300, 317, 326 
land deed to Penn family, 3:781-82, 849 
visit to Oswego, 1:287 
Oanaseraga (village), see Ganaghsaroga 
Oanaseraga (Ganughsharagey) Indians: 

condolence for Mohawk chiefs (1757) of, 2:665 
English quarrels (1760), 13:168 
Indian expenses (1770), 12:S63, 864 
Montreal expedition (1759) recruitment, 13:168, 176 
Oswego Iroquois Congress (1759), 13:147 
in Oswego troop census (1760), 10:175 
on war parties (1759), 3:25 
Canassadaga (Caneghsadagey), 3:240w, 384, 394-95 
Michilimackinac message (1764) from, 4:435 
Pilon's Tavern, 7:948 
Newkirk murder (1762) near, 3:932, 935 
priests at, 4:441; 10:421, 423 
small pox at, 4:849; 9:412 
sutler (1763) at, 4:63 
Canassadagas, 3:240w, 273n; 5:369 
attack plans, 9:446; 10:94 

Bradstreet expedition and, 11:500, 501, 503-505 
Carundache and, 5:382 
Claus conferences: 

(1761), 3:362 

(1762), 3:752; 10:398-99 

(1764), 4:415, 418, 426, 435, 452 

(1767), 13:431-32 

(1769), 7:129-30 

(1770), 13:708, 710-11 
Croghan conference (1761), 10:302-305, 307, 445-49 
English prisoners (1760), 3:240,250; 10:187, 188 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

expenses (1771-73) in behalf of, 13:710-11, 712, 714, 717, 719 
flags for, 13:712 

Fort Ontario threat of Indian attack, 12:174-75, 208 
French plot rumors (1762), 10:380-81, 393, 398-99, 422, 424, 425 
Gordon (Lord Adam) visit, 11:896 
location and fighting numbers of, 4:242 
Johnson conferences (1760), 10:137, 138 

liquor trade protests, 5:628, 650-51, 709; 12:347, 971-73; 13:432 
Newkirk murder C1762) and, 10:56S-69 
at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:481; 11:276 
Onondaga Council (1760) deputies, 3:188, 190 
recruitment difficulties (1764), 4:418, 426, 452; 11:220 
Sehlosser and, 5:628, 650-51, 708-709 
trade limitation to outposts and, 12:174-75, 184-85 
Western Indian messages (1763), 4:180, 195; 13:299 
Canata Indians, 13:141 
Canatsego, 13:108 

Canatsyagaye (Onondaga), 10:182; 13:184 
Canawa Eiver, see Kanhawa 
Canawago Indians, see Caghnawagas 
Canawagon, see Kanawagon 
Canays, see Conoys 

Cane, capt., of Lancaster, Pa., 9:733 

Caneghdai (Cayuga), on Montreal expedition, 10:184 
Caneghsadarundax Indians, 3:273n 
Caneghsonko (Chenussio), 10:185 
Caner, Dr. Henry, 8:922w, 1039-40 
Canestagie (Mohawk), 8:957, 960 
Canestio Indians: 

Montour expedition (1764) against, 4:321-22, 323-24, 325, 329, 336-37, 
354, 361, 364; 11:36, 51-52, 74-76, 96-97; 13:324-25 
destruction of towns, 4:392-94, 399, 403, 405-406; 11:87 
prisoners release, 11:554, 652, 658, 714, 748, 768-69, 822 
prisoners taken, 4:344-45, 349-50, 351-52, 359-60, 365, 368-69; 11:86-88, 
103, 106, 109-10, 116, 173, 182 
trader (William Newkirk) and servant murdered (1762) by, 3:909, 932, 
035, 941-42; 4:62, 279; 10:568-69, 582 
Chenussio Peace Treaty (1764) promise to deliver murderers, 4:292, 309, 

318, 387, 425 
Iroquois negotiations for delivery of murderers, 3:967, 973-74, 978, 9S0, 
983; 4:15, 64; 10:585, 588, 590-92, 593-94, 595, 623-25, 627-32, 634, 
649 
reprisal plans (1764), 4:288 
woodcutters murdered (1758) by, 2:837; 9:923 
Canestoga, see Conestoga 
Canfield, Silas, 3:90 

Cangine, John, see Couagne, Jean Baptiste de 
Canine, Peter, see Conyn, Piter 
Canishgejoone, 1:216 
Cannaga Indians, see Caghnawagas 
Cannock, Joseph, 3:338 
Canoe, The (Cayuga sachem), 9:659 

Canohage (Salmon River), Iroquois land claims, 1:528; 13:40 
Canosorago Creek, see Ganughsharaga Creek 
Canossidejjo, see Canasate£ro 

Canowaroghare (Connowarolierry, Kaun a Wa Roll a re — Oneida castle) : 
attack threats (1764), 4:333, 336, 344, 345, 349-50, 351, 352, 365, 370 
Canaghquiesa-Tagawaron dispute (1770), 12:836-37 
English sympathies (1763) of the warriors of, 10:790, 798 
Fort Stanwix Congress (176S), 12:617, 622-23, 624, 626, 670, 671 
grain disbursement (1769), 12:759 
location, 12:617n 

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Index 

Canowaroghare, Oneida conference (Johnson Hall, Jan., 1771), 12:887-89 

Oneida visit (1769) to Johnson, 12:797 

Onondaga council (1762) plans and, 10:586-S7 

sheep thefts (1764), 4:595 

sickness (1768) at, 12:670-71 
Canterbury, Archbishop of: 

American episcopate and, 5:842?i; 6:77 

death of (1768), 6:415 

grant in favor of the Church, 7:289 

Indian conversion and, 5:510, 568 

Indian schools and, 5:383, 403, 406-407, 410, 461, 464, 467, 569, 586 

land grant for widows and orphans, 5:431 
Cantone, Jacob, 4:154; 11:433 
Canunda Lake, see Onondaga Lake 
Canundaweea, 6:604 
Canundunta, 2:563, 564 
Capar (Chapar), Nicholas, 5:340 
Cape Breton: 

annexation (1763), 10:979 

Boston expedition against, 1:28, 30, 32, 33, 36, 39, 41, 52-53, 57, 92, 209, 
448; 9:4, 73 

Church of England chaplain, 6:165 

Crown Point expedition (1755) and, 1:921 

French control (1755), l:445-50passtm, 543; 9:164 

governor of, l:116n, 119n 

naval warfare (1755) off, 1:686 

naval warfare (1758) off, 2:887; 3:4 
Cape Clear, 13:214 
Cape Fair, 6:162 
Cape France, 7:72 
Cape Hatteras, 4:256 
Cape Rosieres, 10:978 
Cape Sable, 1:693 
Capporotune, 1:124 
Capucin, J., 4:761-66; 5:523; 12:544 
Caraghuageygo (Onondaga), 9:586, 587 
Carden, John, lieut., capt., 3:625-27; 4:670 

accounts, 5:516 

commissary appointment, 5:339 

Canadian Indian Affairs Superintendency and, 8 : 525 

Pontiac and, 5:288-89, 339, 362 
Carden, Louis, 5:639, 640; 12:444 
Cardinal, 11:827 

Carehoga, Johannes (Canajoharie), 10:927-29 
Carell (Carel, Carrel, Carril), James, 7:699; 8:59, 61, 389 
Cargil, , ensign, 4:670 

Carighwage (Tuscarora sachem), 2:372-74; 9:212-13 
Carillon, Canada: 

commissary for, 5:709 

Indian Affairs agency for, 5:444 

liquor trade, 5:341; 6:763 

strategic importance (1767), 5:708 

See also Ticonderoga 
Caristago, 1:405; 11:984 
Carleton, Christopher, lieut., 5:629; 7:530w, 532 

biographical sketch, 7:638n 

Joncaire and, 5:575; 12:327, 329 
Carleton, Sir Guy, col., gen.: 

accounts, 5:552, 613; 12:308, 322 

Ainse and 6:755 

Aughquisasne Indians and, 7:111, 112, 127-29, 531, 532, 654, 920, 921, 922, 

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923, 931, 932, 959; 12:822, 840-41, 843-44 
Caghnawaga French settlement forbidden (1771), 13:504 
Campbell appointment for Indian Affairs and, 8:1109 
Claus dual-superintendeney claims and, 13:729-30 
Fort Stanwix Congress (1768) and, 6:408 
on frontier outrages (1766), 5:451, 479-81 
Gage on French influences on, 5:676-77; 7:654, 705 
German Flats Congress (July, 1770) and, 12:867 
governorship appointment, of all Canada, 6:484 
governorship appointment, Quebec, 5:231, 399, 429 
Joneaire and, 5:548, 572; 12:325-27, 329-31 
La Naudiere and, 8:211, 243-44 
Massey and, 5:628, 636 
parties of, 6:547 

Peters information (1778) on impositions upon, 8:1214 
portrait, 12:324 
pot and pearlash enterprises, 6:9 
priest appointment and, 5:707; 7:392, 746 
return to England (1770), 7:819-20, 831 
Rogers salary and, 7:400 
Rogers trial and, 6:395; 12:378, 588 
Sault Saint Louis boundary line and, 7:928, 950, 951 
trade regulation: 

Canasadaga petition against liquor trade and, 5:628, 650-51, 709 

commissary system and, 5:742-43, 745-46; 6:82, 156-58, 185-86, 205; 
12:409, 414; 13:424 

instructions (1766), 12:207, 214, 218-19 

licenses issued, 7:65, 159, 221-22, 257, 264, 533, 545-51, 960; 8:127; 
13:419-20 

Ottawa River trading posts and, 6:409 

trade administration by the colonies and, 6:302-303; 7:569, 638-39, 
1130; 12:720-21; 13:486-87 

trade violations (1767) and, 5:481-82, 520-24, 537, 559, 563-64, 566-67, 
573; 6:428-29; 12:347; 13:432 

trade violations (1768), 6:157-58 

trade violations (1772), 12:972 
Wade (Matthew) account certification (1767), 5:541, 545; 13:425 
Carlcton Island expedition (1779), 8:1215 
Carlisle, Pennsylvania: 

Armstrong survey (1762), 3:S75n 
Bouquet expedition, 4:510 
Braddock defeat (1755) news, 13:45 
Cherokeos of, 9:954; 10:824 

Croghan expedition (1765) and, 11:576-77, 579, 626, 634 
Croghan instructions (1764), 11:307 

military Southern District of North America headquarters, 10:8n 
Montour detained in, 10:148, 149 
Paxtoners near, 4:713 
Paxtoncr trials (1765), 11:746 
Picote" de Belletre in, 3:310 
Stump rescue from jail at, 6:110; 12:425, 468 
traders' memorial (1765) on losses, 11:564-66, 6-19-50 
Carlock, Eias, 1:9 
Carmcr, Nicholas, 8:775 
Carolina: 

agriculture, 5:321 

Delaware uprisings (1755), 9:173-74 

Indian Affairs in, 2:437-38 

Georgia Indian hostilities ( !7<'>1), 10:L'fi9 

Louisiana and, 9:570, 572 

Silver Beds murders reported in, 10:264 

See also North Carolina; South Carolina 

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Index 

Carolina Gazette, 8:1085 

Caron, Joseph, 5:756; 11:827 

Carot, Monsieur (Menominee chief), 11:274 

Caroughyazigoa (Onondaga), 10:184 

Oaroush, 13:624 

Carpenter, (schoolteacher), 8:x, 68-69 

Carpenter, Asa, 3:90 

Carpenter, Solomon, 11:485 

Carpenters : 

Barton recommendation, 5:533 

boatbuilding, 4:236, 251, 432; 10:316 

Canajoharie church, 6:732, 757 

church building costs (1767), 5:504-505 

for Crown Point (1755), 1:648-49, 655, 690, 705-706, 789, 820, 830; 2:63, 
117, 134, 135, 150-51, 152-53, 158, 160, 180-81, 209, 221, 243, 358; 9:338 
among Massachusetts troops, 9:264, 265 

Johnson Hall work: 
contract, 13:282-83 
framing charges, 13:285-86 
journal of housebuilding for Claus and, 13:307-17 

for Johnstown, 5:546; 7:339 

liquor provisions (1769), 13:544 

MacLeod recommendation, 5:58. 165 

at Niagara (1768), 6:263 

for Niagara Carrying Place, 4:342, 406; 10:322; 11:78 

in Oswego relief (1756), 9:412, 413, 444 

for Schenectady church, 6:465-66, 498 

Seneca fort construction, 9:457-58 

tools for, 2:149, 150, 151, 152, 158, 160, 161, 180, 182, 190, 191, 202, 204; 
13:316 

on Niagara campaign (1759), 3:57, 121, 140 

wages (1760), 13:186 

Carr (Carre), lieut., 3:862, 899, 906, 951, 981; 4:45 

Carr, John, 5:532 

Carren, John, see Karne, Johannes 

Carriage Eate Act, 2:464 

Carrie, , New Orleans merchant, 12:450 

Carrignant, J., 11:827 

Carrinaut, L., 5:133 

Carrol, , in Adems accounts, 13:544, 545, 553, 585 

Carrol, James, 12:787, 819 

Carrol, Frederick, lieut., 12:515w 

Carroy, , 10:712 

Carroy Indians, 10:713 

Carry, Joseph, 7:441 

Carson, Adam, 8:226-27 

Cartagena, Colombia; expedition of 1741 against, 1:10», 11-12 

Carter, Elias, 13:53 

Carter, Eliza, 4:496 

Carter, Sarah, 4:497 

Carteret, John, see Granville, John Carteret, Earl of 

Cartier, Rene: 

Caghnawaga land grant and, 5:45-46, 55, 66, 90, 183-87; 12:32-33, 37-39, 
48, 61-62 

Indian boundary line and, 7:928, 929-30, 948, 949-52, 957-58, 960, 961 
Cartmill, Molly, 11:486 
Cartmill, Peggy, 11:486 

Cartright, , Albany innkeeper, 12:482; 13:521 

Carttee, John, 2:731 
Cartwright, ,1:35 

Cartwright, Eichard, 2:637; 5:541; 6:37, 460, 691; 7:741 

accounts, 6:640; 7:501 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Albany jailer's appointment (1774) and, 8:1031 
On Albany petitions (1769), 7:301-302 
on Assembly election of 1769, 6:591 
Church of England and, 8:351 
debts, 7:489 

dog forwarded by, 8:720 

goods forwarded to Johnson by, 5:546, 553, 624, 663-64; 6:70, 83, 160, 
188, 234, 510, 586-87, 640; 7:301, 465, 488, 557, 644, 649, 684; 8:193 
illness (1768), 6:460 
house offered in sale to Johnson, 7:489 
on John Johnson's return from England, 5:607-608 
Johnson (John) Assembly candidacy (1768), 12:408 
Johnson's goods stored by, 7:1030; 8:55 
Masonic activities, 5:549, 563, 565; 7:488 
oyster orders, 6:487; 8:627, 632, 1122 
wampum order (1772), 8:611, 627, 631, 643 

Cartv, ,13:149,150 

Carty, Thomas, 10:712, 714 
Carundache, (Canassadaga chief) 

Claus conference (Oct., 1767), 13:431 

on Fort Ontario threat of Indian attack (1766), 12:174-75, 200, 208 

Indian complaints against, 5:382 

on trade limitation to outposts, 12:174 
Carundawane, 6:566 
Carunghyachigoa, 4 :207 
Carver, , capt., 13:101 

Carver, Jonathan, 5:711?i; 7:403n; 12:877 
Casady, Edward, in Adems accounts, 13:567 
Casew, (Montreal merchant), 7:51 

Cashiowayah (Indian), 9:526 
Cashkokey (Ottawa chief), 4:46S; 11:264 
Casity, ,4:845 

Casler, Jacob, S:333 
Caso, Francis, 7:50, 51 
Cass, Miss ,9:92 

Cassady, , lieut., 3:60, 71, 72, 74, 75, 77, 81, 84 

Cassady, Lawrence, 3:102, 103 
Cassc, George, see Kass, George 
Cassel, 3:893 

Cassieneunt, ,1:97 

Casswcttune (Onondaga sachem), see Red Head 
Castacrow, , 10:715 

Castcsh, see Gaustrax 
Castle, Elizabeth, 11:486 
Castle Cumberland, 3:358n 

agriculture, 3:266, 355; 10:282; 13:209 

Canajoharie meeting (1761) at, 10:227-229 
Castleman, Lodowick, 1:451 
Castle William, l:563n; 7:46n 
Cataraqui Lake, see Ontario, Lake 
Catawba country, 10:972 
Catawbas (Toderighronos), 3:547ra 

Canadian Indian Treaty (1761), 3:54 In 

Cayugas and, 1:369, 378; 9:585 

Cherokees and, 4:188; 6:695; 7:89; 9:785, 951, 959, 960: 12:21, 344-45 

Delaware War and, 2:716, 804 

English loyalty (1757), 9:659 

expenses for (1772), 12:1001 

Fort Dur|ucsne expedition (1758) and, 2:811 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1756), 9:356-57, 358 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (April 1762), 10:437 

French and, 1:912, 913, 914; 7:84 

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Catawbas, 

Governor Glen's speech to the Hagler King of, 1:386-88 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois Congress (1757), 9:719 

at Iroquois Albany Council (1751), 9:84 

Iroquois alliance, 9:283, 560-61 

Iroquois peace treaty (1752), 9:97, 114, 118 

(1758), 2:886 
King (Thomas) and, 8:247 „ M mA nA nr 

Mohawks and, 1:259, 261, 271, 278, 369, 378, 641n; 9:37-38, 61, 70, 94-95, 

109; 12:965 
Mohawks and messages (1758), 9:886-87, 960-61 
numbers (1763), 10:951 
Onondaga and, 1:359-60; 9:75-76; 13:125 
recruitment, 2:828; 4:235, 267; 10:951 
Saponies and, 13:268ft 
schools for, 5:343 
Senecas and. 6:665 

South Carolina and, 1:378, 386-88, 913-14; 4:188; 9:75-76, 94 
Tuscaroras and, 9:834-35; 12:274 
Virginia and, 9:283 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:8 
Cat Fish Creek, 4:200; 10:812 
Catharine (Chief woman of Schoharie), 12:96-97 
Cathcart (Catehart), Joseph, 4:657, 720 
Catherine ("native New York Indian") land deed (1754) to George II, 

11:945-48 
Catherine II, czarina of Eussia, 3:892, 893, 907 
assassination conspiracy against, 7:1079 
Finland attack (1769), 7:285 
Mediterranean fleet, 7:430 
Catherwood, John, capt., l:4n, 60, 189; 9:386 
King George's War and, 1:178-79, 185-86 

on Johnson's accounts, with the Assembly, 1:282, 301-302; 9:67 
Johnson's letter on Caghnawaga ambush, 1:149-51 
Johnson's place on New York Council and, 1:186, 269-70 
on Oswego garrison supply, 1:49, 118 
request for reference on Jane Watson, 1:39 
Tyrrell and, 1:197 
voyages to England, 1:69, 195, 251 
Catherwood, Robert, 2:711-12 
Catherwood, Dr. William, 2:674, 675, 682 

at Fort Johnson Oquaga conference (1757), 9:703 
Loudoun and, 2:711-12 
Catholics : 

attitudes toward, 1:826; 4:208, 526; 5:401; 6:453; 7:913, 964; 8:1142 

Church of England rivalry, 7:310 

education and, 9:480 

English oath of allegiance and, 8:654 

French loss of Canada and, 3:644; 4:223, 236 

French sympathies of, 2:650, 736; 9:413, 832; 10:281, 380-81, 3S4-86, 

392-93, 398-99, 405; 12:38 
Gage ruling on priests, 3:686 

Indian, 1:234, 247, 288; 4:441, 811; 5:345, 389; 7:598, 746, 748, 762, 764, 
765; 9:691; 10:464; 11:220; 12:571,580; 13:190 
Caghnawaga, 2:379; 7:531, 532; 8:210n; 9:48, 220 
in Johnstown, 8:1195n 
Maryland, 7:876 

missionary salaries, 7:358, 392, 589 
Niagara church bell request, 6:87 
papal lands, 11:925-26 
priest deportation to Canada, 11:8, 23 
religious liberties of, 4:598 10:415; 13:165 
See also Society of Jesus 

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Catrine (vessel), 1:171 
Catsistund'ye, 3:754 
Catskill, 2:740 

Indian land claims, 5:65-66; 7:304 
Indian migration (1770) from, 12:802 
militia reorganization (1763), 12:319 
Prevost lands, 4:448; 8:207 
Road Act (1770) and, 7:596 
Cattaraugus County, 11:1S1» 
Cattle : 

bull for the Mohawks (1746), 9:4 

care of Johnson's, 9:121 

Chenussio, 4:498 

Crown Point (1755) campaign, 2:8, 145, 247, 263, 308, 316; 9:278, 294, 

314-15, 318 
dairy equipment, 13:660 

depredations by Shirley's soldiers (1756), 2:614 
Detroit provisioning (1761), 3:507, 524; 13: 246, 250 
Detroit siege slaughter (1763), 10:738; 13:290 
drivers, 5:331, 333 
fodder for, 3:56; 4:641; 13:198 
Fort Stanwix bridges broken by, 10:913 
for Fort Stanwix Congress disbursement, 12:668 
French (1756), 2:656 
French Illinois trade (1766) in, 12:255 
German Flats attack (1757), 9:664, 856, 859 
Indian agriculture and, 3:218, 219; 5:424; 9:547; 11:817 
in Johnson's will, 8:1190; 12:1065 
"King's bullock," 5:758, 759 
live shipment, 10:307, 316 
Livingston sales, 2:690 
MeLeod farm, 7:850; 8:443 
on military march, 11:211 
milk cows, 3:321, 355 
Mohawk River, 13:186 
Nahantiek ownership, 5:425 
New England supply, 6:70; 13:202 
Niagara Carrying Place attack losses (1763), 10:816, SIS, 855, 860, 863, 

884, 906 
Niagara maintenance, 4:210; 11:274, 518; 12:44, 69, 96 
for Oswego: 

(1746), 1:70-71, 129 

(1748), 1:178 

(1756), 2:521, 547, 9:400, 413, 438; 13:87 

(1759), 3:176; 13:123, 135, 149 
oxen, 1:761; 2:116, 574, 576, 577, 591, 596, 599, 611, 614, 623, 634, 690; 

3:69; 4:716; 7:952; 11:251, 898 
Pennsylvania!! (1760). 13:181, 182, 183, 184 
ploughing with, 13:209 

prices, 2:556-646/jamm; 7:807; 12:799, 800, 923, 1016; 13:347 
Schenectady pasture hinds, 10:555 
settler negotiations to purchase, 8:017; 12:1042 
Shawnee, 6:776; 12:722 
shipment to England, 7:538 
swine, 2:579, 598, 612, 619, 621, 634, 639; 3:160, 172; 7:808; 8:676; 

12:1065; 13:186 
theft of, 3:882; 4:217, 369; 5:729; 6:515; 7:159, 185, 583; 9:966: 

10:58, 796 
Tuscarora, 12:670 
Warren estate claim, 13:31 
wheat grazing, 13:181 
See also Horses; Meat; Sheep 

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Index 

Cattreen (Indian woman), 13:511 

Catty (Johnson's sister), see Johnson, Catherine 

Cauchaug, Jeffery, 4:680 

Cauchaug, John, 4:680 

Caughnawagas, see Caghnawagas 

Caughnawageroona Indians, see Caghnawagas 

Cavalier, Louis le (interpreter), 12:151, 209-10, 211 

Cavanaugh, , 1:257 

Cavendish, John, Lord, 7:578», 1156 

Cawacawache, 11:485 

Cayadanora (Tuscarora), 9:357 

Cayadutta Creek, 12:1068™ 

Cayahuga (Delaware- Shawnee town), 11:212 

Cayenquaraghto (Chenussio) on Montreal expedition, 10:185 

Cayenquiragoa (Philip — Canajoharie sachem) : 

declaration (1762) on Collins survey, 10:571 

Hardwick dispute, 12:269-70 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster meeting and, 9:626 

on Klock frauds, 4:50, 52, 54, 55-56, 58, 59, 60 

Klock refusal to release patent, 12:539 

presents, 3:155, 167; 9:655 
Cayhunghage Creek, 1:529 
Cayohoga Creek, 4:509; 11:232-33; 13:262 
Cayuga (village), 4:390 

French Indian council fire kindling, 9:925 

ginseng at, 8:276 

Johnson Conference (1769-70), 7:85, 993 
Cayuga Lake, 11:657; 12:1107 
Cayuga Eiver, 11:132; 13:40 
Cayugas : 

Albany murder (1759) revenge, 10:962 

ammunition requests (1767), 12:388 

Butler (Thomas) and, 1:275, 666; 4:578; 9:584 

Cadaracqui meeting (1761), 3:440 

Canadian Indian Treaty (1761), 3:547 

on Canadian prisoners (1749), 9:41-42 

Catawbas and, 1:369, 378; 9:585 

Celoron de Bienville invitation (1750) to, 9:60-61 

at Chenango- Nantieoke Council (1764), 11:39 

Cherokee hostilities, 3:818; 4:64 

Cherokee-Iroquois peace treaty (Johnson Hall, March, 1768), 12:452, 456, 
457-58 

Choctaw hostilities, 7:993; 8:349 

Christian conversion, 7:877, 878 

condolence for Christopher Johnson, 10:674 

death replacement request (1771), 8:17 

Delaware leaders sheltered (1764) by, 11:235-36 

Delaware Ohio migration and, 2:876 

Delaware-Shawnee punishment recruitment, 10:650; 11:143-44, 150, 163, 
186-87 

Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace treaty (1765, Johnson Hall), 4:664; 11:702. 
705, 706, 710 

Easton Council (1758), Pennsylvania-Iroquois land deed, 10:44. 48 

Easton Council (1761), 3:518 

English loyalty of, 1:315; 4:251 ; 10 ;5 

Englishman's death (1766) and, 12:97 

English murders (1763) of, 10:753, 755, 756, 868, 893, 903-904 

escaped French prisoners and, 2:749 

expenses (1747) in behalf of, 9:20, 21, 25, 27, 28 

(March 1755-October 1756), 2:580, 582, 601, 604, 614, 622, 640; 3:154, 
155, 157, 158, 166, 168, 173 

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(1757), 9:647 
(1768), 13:517 

(1769), 6:657; 12:758, 762, 763 
(1770), 12:801, 864, 869, 898 
(1771), 12:899, 920, 921, 922, 944 
(1772), 12:999, 1017 
fighting outfit for, 1:72, 120 
Fort Henry rebuff by Winslow, 9 :617 
Fort Johnson conference (June, 1757), 2:715, 716 
Fort Johnson conference (Sept., 1757), 9:834-35, 842, 847, 852 
Fort Johnson conference (March, 1758), 9:879, 8S0 
Fort Johnson conference (June, 1758), 9:926-29 
Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (Feb., 1756), 9:349, 356-57, 358 
Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1762), 10:432, 437 
at Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (Sept. 1763), 10:828 
Fort Johnson Iroquois meeting (1759) and, 10:106 
Fort Pitt murders (1766) of Onondagas, 12:125, 126 
forts for 9 :409 

Fort Sta'nwix Congress (1768) and, 6:436; 7:184; 12:606, 621, 622, 623, 
627, 628, 629, 666 
present in dollars, 12:745 
French attack threats (1748), 1:131 

(1756), 2:544; 9:382, 383, 418-19, 437, 504, 539-41 
(1757), 9:659 

(1758), 9:931-32, 956; 10:14, 22, 83 
(1760), 3:220-21, 223-24, 227 
French embassy (1763), 10:768 
French Ohio markers and, l:316n; 9:75 
French service (1757), 9:687, 834 
French troops (1758), 10:83, 84 
German Flats Iroquois Conference (1763), 10:746 
Great Carrying Place and, 9 : 82 
Hardenbergh patent and, 7:323 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois Congress (1757) and, 9:729, 743 
Hartford Iroquois Council (1763), 4:123 
Iroquois Canadian delegation (1756), 2:706; 9:669 
Iroquois English embassy proposal (1763), 10:902 

at Johnson Hall Chugnut-Wyaloosing conference (March 1764), 11:95 
Johnson Hall conference (Feb., 1770), 12:777-80 
at Johnson Hall Iroquois conference (Jan. 1764), 11:32 
Johnson Hall Iroquois Congress (April, 1762), 3:699, 714 
at Johnson Hall Iroquois Congress (Dec. 1763), 10:967-68 
at Johnson Hall Susquehanna Congress (Feb. 1764), 11:59, 61-62, 65-66, 67 
Johnson recall rumors, 11:546 

Johnson tours of the Iroquois country, 7:993; 12:747n 
Johnson visits (1763), 10:720 
Kindarunty's death and, 10:67, 70 
land rights of, 1:528, 529; 2:230-34; 13:40 
location and fighting numbers (1703), 4:241 
McMickel murder (1758) and, 10:82-84, 86, 88, 97-98 
on Miami-French quarrel at Fort Duquesne (1758), 2:774-75 
Missisaugas and, 9:85, 86, 903 

Montreal expedition (1700), 10:1 s::, is I, 253, 254; 13:168 
Montreal war party (1757), 9:787 

Mount Johnson Iroquois Congress (June, 1755), 1:041; 9:1^9 
neutrality in Seven Years War, 2:32."), 736: 9:824, S39, 903, 926, 928-29, 

934-35; 10:5, 22, 25 
Niagara and, 1:106; 9:683 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:481; 11:253, 270, 309 
Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761) journey, 13:207-68 
Niagara expedition recruitment and, 1:784; 2:374-70; 9:214-16 
at Onondaga Council (1753), 9:114, 118 

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Index 

Cayuagas, (175©), 9:452 

(1757), 2:072, 699, 700; 9:631, 661, 769, 784 

(1758), 2:792 

(1761), 10:221, 222 

(1762), 10:588 

(1763), 10:663 

(1764), 4:367 

Oswego fall and, 2:563, 564 

Oswego French conferences (1758), 10:20, 21-22, 25 

Oswego Iroquois Congress (1759), 3:138, 139; 13:135-36, 139, 143, 143-44, 
152, 155, 156 

in Oswego troop census (1760), 10:175 

outpost evacuation and resettlement (1766), 12:116 

Owegy depredations (1770), 12:777-80 

Pennsylvania and, 2:770; 8:883-84 

prisoner return (1762), 10:395 

Schenectady (?) march (1755), 1:755-56 

Seneca hostage release request (1764), 11:479 

Seneca peace negotiations (1763-64), 4:274; 10:635, 961; 11:114, 158 

Seneca peace treaty (1764) and, 11:135-42, 142-46, 147, 149, 150, 155, 156 

Seneca plot (1761), 10:370; 13:219-20, 270 

smith for, 1:765; 3:714; 9:689, 794, 928, 929; 13:8, 152, 156 

Susquehanna purchase and, 9:158, 162; 10:720 
Wyoming settlement protest (1769), 12:758 

on Susquehanna River, 3:931; 9:827; 12:1094 

threat of general Indian War (1763) and 4:213, 220; 7:653, 689-90 

Ticonderoga campaign (1758), 9:944; 10:17, 21, 38 

trade, 7:1139-40; 9:408, 689, 926-29, 934 
Oswego, 1:135, 291; 3:240 

Western Indian threats (1767) of revolt, 12:386 

Virginia murders (1763), 11:40, 61, 135, 143 

white men among, 11:337 
Cazeau, Francois, 5:133, 408; 6:435-36 
Cazot, Father, 7:576% 

Cechcoana (Mohawk), 2:577; 9:588, 596, 645; 12:897 
Cecheona, Jacob, 2:632, 633; 3:155 
Cedar Snow (vessel), 2:505 
Cedars, The, 7:960; 13:171% 

Indians fired upon by soldiers at, 10:305, 448; 11:352-54 

Iroquois Canadian Indian deputies at, 12:1027; 13:617 
Cedar Point, 13:259, 260 
Celick, capt. , 1:784 

Celoron de Bienville (Blainville), 1:316% 

quoted, 1:911, 912 

at Battle of Lake George, 2:20, 22 

Iroquois and, 1:277%; 9:60-61 
Celoron 's Journal (trans. Lambing), 1:909% 
Centaur (vessel), 1:331 
Cesar (Mohegan sachem), 11:424 
ChabeiUet, , 11:827 

Chabert (Chabiere), see Joncaire, Daniel, Sieur de Chabert et Clausonne 
Chaboulliere, L., 5:133 
Chaboulley, Louis, 11:827 
Chadakoin, Lake, see Chautauqua, Lake 
Chadoinon Indians, 8:667, 668, 670 
Chadwick, capt., 7:240 

Chadwick, Toby, 4:588, 691, 692; 11:406, 640, 641, 642 
Chaite (chief of the Rain Lake), 11:806-807 
Ohaleurs, Bay des, 10:978 
Chalmers, Judge, 4:49 

Chamberlain, Theophilus, 4:813%; 5:391, 458; 11:801 
Chambers, , capt., 4:254; 7:708%, 769, 1023 

Chambers, A. Gaasbeck, 2:419 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Chambers, Benjamin, 3:802 
Chambers, John, 3:286n; 9:122 

at Canajoharie land claims inquiry (1763), 10:609 

Clinton estate and, 4:110 

demission (1762), 3:612 

on Fort Ontario repairs (1752), 9:97 

at Klock trial, 3:672 

at New York Council (1755) on Mohawk fortification, 1:452 

at New York Councils (1755) on Susquehanna Purchase, 1:454, 463 

Swan bond and, 1:20 

Warren estate claim certificate (1754), 13:33-35, 38 
Chambers, Robert W., 2 : xi, xii 
Chamber's Dictionary, 1:264 
Champion and Hayly, 3:140; 13:149 
Champlain, Lake, 4:199 

Amherst on, l:548n; 10:130-31 

Crown Point expedition (1755) and, 1:468, 70, 472, 474 
directions for possible retreat, 1 : 777 
row galley for, 1:483, 492, 557, 651 
strategic importance of, 1:553 

Fort St. Frederic and, 1:695, 891 

Freidenberg lease, 5:345; 7:191 

French boats (1757) on, 9:780 

Gordon visit (1765), 13:374 

Iroquois land claims, 1:268, 470; 3:409, 427; 8:840; 10:972: 12:172-73, 
1027 
Mohawk-Stockbridge Indian agreement (1768), 12:603-604 

Johnson land purchases on, 8:415-16; 12:1072 

map, 4:890 

military land grants (1768), 12:538 

mining on islands of, 4:540 

Moore visit (1766), 12:174, 201 

Narrows (Two Eocks, Pulpit Rock) of, 1:834; 2:27n, 475, 649 

navigability, 5:56 

New Hampshire claims, 10:885 

New York-Quebec boundary, 5:268; 8:214; 10:978 

roads, 1:860-61; 2:62, 287, 310: 7:957 

Rogers on, 2:502; 3:260, 262 

settlement on, 4:217 

sleighing on, 3:348 

South Bay: 

boatbuilding, 1 : 65 1 

fortification of, 1:484, 773-74; 2:114, 115, 131, 132-33, 194 

French camp (1755) near, 1:883; 2:17, 75, 82, 102 

land survey around, 2:327, 353-54, 432 

scouts at, 2:17, 258, 295, 297, 303, 307, 308, 423; 9:339 

travel on, 3:375, 396, 637, 747, 12:1026; 13:617, 624, 628 
Cliamplain River, 2:97 
Champlin, Christopher, maj., 1:659; 2:122, 137; 13:50 

at Crown Point (1755) Councils of War, 2:198, 250; 9:260 

guard reports, 2:174, 278; 9:297 

Narragansctt lands and, 4:757; 5:500 

reports on Crown Point shortages, 1:710; 2:134 
Champlin, col., 4:692 

Champlin, Benjamin, 4 : L59 
Champlin, William, 5:501 
Chandler, Dr. Thomas Bradbury, 5: ix, 430 

"Appeal in Behalf of the Church of England in America," 5:7S0n, 835-36, 
837,840,841; 6:131-33, L64; 7:1; 8:187n 

biographical sketch, 5:780n 

portrait, 6:132 
Chanem, James, 4:154 

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Index 

Chapar, Nicholas, see Capar, Nicholas 

Chapin, Benjamin, 9:281 

Chapman, (of Cushietunk), 4:784 

Chapman, (Niagara trader) , 10 : 741 ; 13 : 293 

Chapman, Abigail, 4:496?i 

Chapoton, B., 12:968-69 

Chapoton, Jean Baptiste, 4:603w 

in Detroit siege (1763), 4:604; 13:319 

Detroit traders' petition (1767), 5:656 
Chapoton, Joseph, 5:363, 368; 12:160 
Chapnuck, Pennsylvania, 11:225 
Chappel, Fredrick, 1:766 
Chappuis, ,5:93 

Chaquamegon, Wisconsin, 3:502w 
Chararoones, Iroquois alliance, 9:560-61 
Charles (Negro), 7:326 

Charles VII, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, 1:27, 28 
Charles I, king of England, 6:560, 572 
Charles II, king of England: 

Boston Commissioners for Propagating the Gospel, 12:913 

Connecticut charter and 4:456, 45S, 460; 5:460; 7:242w; 11:255, 257, 260, 
418-19 

Mohegan Uncas and, 11:255-56 

Pennsylvania letters patent, 6:357-58, 361 

Saybrook, Connecticut and, 11:262 
Charles, Robert, 7:840, 925; 12:848 
Charles, Sarah, 5:154 

Charles William, prince of Brunswick-Luneburg, 4:395 
Charleston, South Carolina, 3:205« 
Charles Town, North Carolina, 5:31; 8:1084; 9:755 

Creek murders at, 4:297, 315-16, 395 
Charlestown, Rhode Island, 3:125; 5:583-85 
Chariot, Miss, 7:269 

Charlotte, princess of Mecklenburgh-Strelitz, 3:536 
Charlotte County, New York, 8:413, 463, 492 
Charlottenburg iron works, see Hasenclever, Peter, iron works 
Charlotte River (Adageghtinge) patent: 

Adigo Creek and, 12:787, 788, 818, 826, 875, 958, 983 

boundaries, 1:921-22; 12:754, 880 

Bradstreet and, 7:710, 718 

Colden survey, 7:1126, 1145; 12:828, 829, 875, 880 

Johnson will, 12:1071; 13:15ra 

legal fees, 13:530 

Morris and, 12:754, 767 

mortgage, 7:216 

patent sharers, 12:787-88, 812; 13:529 

Servis exchange offer (1770), 7:676-77 

settlers, 12:829-30, 875 
Charlton, Rev. , 5:430 

Charme, see Du Cliarme 
Chartres, Fort: 

abandonment (1772), 8:417, 588, 593 

accounts : 

(1766), 5:382 

(1767), 5:568, 601, 748-55; 12:328-29 

(1768), 6:176-77, 187, 199, 207, 313, 366-94, 553 

(1769), 6:633; 7:298-99 

arms shortage (1764), 11:167-68 

Bouquet messages (1764), 11:44771 

Cole house purchase (1766), 12:171 

Croghan expedition (see Illinois country, Croghan expedition) 

Delaware peace treaty (1765) and, 4:734 

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Deputy Agent at 6:329 

Detroit siege (1763), French communication, 10:740, 741, 744; 13:292, 293, 

295 296 319-20 
doctor at, 5:518-19; 13:39S, 399, 421 
English occupation, 5:33, 66, 92, 146, 205, 239-40; 6:194-95; 7:1149; 

10:821-22; 11:244, 377, 497, 498, 509, 516-17, 808, 809, 839-40, 853, 856, 

867-68, 880, 881, 900-902, 919-20; 13:410 

.Stirling in, 4:798, 816, 873, 886; 5:35, 55, 68; 11:928, 940, 944, 954, 
986-87, 988; 12:8, 16, 28, 34, 39, 54-55 
English purchase plans, 5:324 

expeditions against (1765), 4:859», 861, 886; 5:18» 
Farmar command, 5:109, 119; 11:928%, 940, 987, 988; 12:31 
fortification, 4:887 
Fraser expedition (1765), 4:768, 809, 811, 816, 859%; 11:516, 647, 790, 804, 

810, 869, 881, 904, 921, 958k, 
French molested by English Indians (1768), 12:547 
garrison (1766), 12:177 
Hay mission (1774), 8:1070-71, 1118-19, 1136-37, 1149, 1194; 13:666, 667, 

685 
Illinois colony government, 4:8S7; 12:415, 429 
Indian Affairs jurisdiction, 11:604 
Indian attack threats: 

(1760), 3:222 

(1770), 7:525-26, 552; 8:7; 12:813, 917 

(1771), 8:343 

(1772), 8:551 
interpreter, 4:191; 5:579; 12:79, 81, 85, 701; 13:395, 397, 399, 421, 427 

house rent (1767) for, 12:284 
Kickapoo scalping party (1708), 12:602-603 
location, 12:22n 

Loftus (22nd regiment) attempt to relieve, 11:199, 223 
Maisonville journey (1771), 12:931-32 
Ohio communication, 5:305 
Pontiac and, 4:404, 799; 11:226-27, 246, 249-50 

Croghan meeting plans (1766), 12:48, 70, 79, 80 
present disbursement policies and, 6:298-99; 12:583-84; 13:426 
provisions, 5:468, 681; 12:100-101, 112, 253-55 
Rogers alleged plot against, 12:440, 449 
Saint Vincent scalping (1768) near, 6:294, 433 
scalping (1771) at, 8:178, 278, 343 
Shawnee message (1764) by Joncaire, 11:404 

Shawnee pretense of authority from Johnson (1772), 8:661, 6S8-S9 
Shawnee provisions (1764), 11:475, 482 
Shawnees murdered (1766), 12:91-92 
Sinnott journey (1765), 4:869; ll:893n, 900 

smiths, 5:579, 754; 6:20-21, 128; 7:78; 12:79, 81, 85, 701; 13:421, 427 
Spanish and, 5:753-54; 7:221n, 722; 12:601-60::, 622, 052 
soldier killed (1771), 8:] 43, 519 
trade, 5:vU, 562, 601, 736 

colonial administration, 6:623; 7:205; 12:710, 732 

commissary appointment, 5:77, 80, 94, 278, 289-90, 334, 362; 6:21-22; 
11:537, 561, 570; 12:23, 34, 68w, 70, 74, 76, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84-S6, 
160, 373, 584-85 

Deputy authority 12:413; 13:424 

English imports (1770), 12:822 
French competition, 4:627-28; 5:736, 753-55; 6:21; 11:902, 9S8; 12:39-40 

French view of, 4:761-66 

limitation to outposts, 5:724; 6:.r, 54; 12:202; 13:458 

Missouri Indian invitation, 5:578; 13:412, 426 

in Niagara trade report (1768), 12:650 

opening bv Croghan expedition, 4:624-26, 706-707, 710-11, 717-19, 7.:l 32, 
740, 779, 787, 799; 11:497, 516, 388-39, 733, 776, 815, 816, 818; 

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Index 

Chartres, Fort, 12:18-19, 632-33 
traders' risks in, 4:781-82 

Villiers instructions (1763), 10:821-22 

Wabash massacre of buffalo hunters (1768), 6:326 

Wabash murders near (1769), 7:16, 76-77 
(1770), 7:872 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:7, 143 

Western Indian messages (1773-74) and, 12:1045, 1046, 1047, 1049 
Chatahouch.ee Eiver, 10:978, 979 
Chateaugay (Yoroghsarheough) Creek, 10:805-806 
Chatham, Lord, see Pitt, William 
Chatham (vessel), 4:118 
Chauanon Indians, 9:570 
Chauchay, Simon, 4:375 
Chaudiere Eiver, 1:792 
Chaumont Bay, 2:230, 233, 235n 
Chauncy, Eev. Charles, 6:133n 
Chauncey, Elihu, col.: 

arms deficiency list (1755), 9:263 

at Crown Point (1775) Councils of War, 2:175, 198, 250, 312 

reinforcement companies of, 2:89, 198, 259 

State of the Army report, 2:313, 315 
Chautauqua County, New York: 

Delaware refuge (1764), 11:163 

Treaty of L'Ance aux Feuilles and, ll:329n 
Chautauqua Creek, 13:264 
Chautauqua (Chadakoin), Lake, 1:919 
Chauvignerie, 2:755 
Chauvin, Mrs. Beaubien, 10 : 693 
Chaville, Louison, see Chevallier, Louis 
Chawcom, James, 5:19; 11:408, 433 
Chawgo, Mercy, 5:153 
Cheap, George F., 3:634; 10:248 
Cheap Cag (Oneida), 9:702 
Cheas, Joseph, 8:655 
Cheat Eiver: 

Delaware chief killed (1767) at, 5:574 

forcible settlement, 5:492, 548, 590, 850; 6:86; 8:9 

Mason-Dixon line and, 5 : 737 

trade, 5:738 
Checut, , 4:604 

Cheeksonkaun, Jacob, capt. (Captain Jacob — Stockbridge Indian) : 

Abenakis and, 3:360; 10:194, 346 

on Albany land claims, 10:386-87; 12:271-73 

behavior in Niagara skirmish, 4:232 

Bradstreet expedition (1764), 4:431 

Caghnawaga dispute and, 3:829-30 

on Delaware-Shawnee uprisings (1763), 10:930-32 

Fort Stanwix Congress (1768) and, 6:431-32 

Indian recruitment (1757) and, 9:801-802, 804n 

Mohawk agreement (1768), 12:603-604 

on murder trial for Stockbridge Indian (1757), 9:622 

payment of Indian troops and, 2:678; 9:590, 632 

replacement of dead friends (1758), 13:113 

royal appeal request (1766), 12:97-98 

settler protection petition (1765), 4:892 

on Ticonderoga French troops (1756), 2:558; 9:528 

Virginia speech to the Governor (1767), 5:666 

Chegotimi, see Chicoutime 
Cheinett, Andrew, 8:1214 
Chelburn, see Shelburne, Lord 
Chemung Eiver, 4:288, 405% 

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Chenango (Otseningo), 2:876; 4:582 

Canestio expedition (1764) and, 4:336, 344, 393; 11:132 

Conoys at, 9:633; 11:64-65 

council fire at, 10:775; 11:65 

Delaware-Iroquois Council (1756) at, 2:465, 469, 470; 9:382, 3S3, 416, 
455-56, 609, 744, 747, 752 

Delaware-Shawnee punishment recruitment at, 11:186-S7 

Esopus Indian settler at, 11:62, 66-67 

expenses in behalf of Indians of, 12:735, 898, 948, 998 

French-Spanish "flag" at, 12:550 

Ganeghwaghtai (Indian town) and, 10:643-44 

Indian recruitment at, 9:909; 10:175; 11:67 

Johnson message (1763) on western revolts, 10:726, 946 

Mahicans at, 9:686, 700, 710, 712, 786, 791-92, 827, 846-47, 850; 11:62, 66 

murder of Seneca George's son (1769) at, 7:63 

Nanticoke-Oquaga Council (1764), 11:39 

Nanticokes at, 5:544; 9:806, 827; 11:64-65; 12:305, 352, 529, 591, 647 

Negro "incendiary" at, 11:165, 174-75 

Niagara Congress (1764) and, 11:253 

Onondagas at, 4:101; 10:657-58, 963; 11:32, 60, 64 

Susquehannah Indian resettlement (1764) at, 11:60, 64-65, 67, 106-107, 187, 
188 
Chene, see Chesne 
Chenette, Kiviere a la, 13:244n 
Chenier, Ignace, 5:380 
Chenondadev (Chanundidie) Indians, 1:106, 138; 9:415, 652, 656 

English lovaltv (1758), 2:794, 795, 828 

expenses (1757) in behalf of, 9:650, 652, 653, 656, 780 

Mohawks and, 9:780; 10:147 

Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761) and, 13:231-32, 246 

recruitment (1758), 2:828; 10:87 

Senecas and, 9:947; 13:230 

trade request (1757), 13:100-101 
Chmoontawanie, 9:93 
Chenussio, see Gencseo 
Chonussios (Genesee Senecas, Jenncsie, Kanuskagos) : 

Albany visit (1763), 4:228, 229, 232-33 

ammunition request (1767), 12:28S 

Bradstreet expedition and, 11:473, 495 

Caghnawagas and, 10:966, 967 

Canadasega Senecas and, 10:855, 866, 867, 892, 945, 973 

at Canajoharie Council (1759), 3:27-28, 30 

Canestio murders and, 4:309, 318; 10:721 

Cayuga death replacement request (1771), 8:17 

Oouagne visit (1764), 11:213 

Delawares and, 2:6S0-82; 5:662 (see also Dclawares, peace negotiations and 
offers (1764), Chenussio protection of Squashcutter's party) 

English attack (1763) on castle of, 10:7> 

English plans to attack (1761), 4:2.'!5, 304, 306, 308-309, 310, 314, 318-19, 
325, 330, 354, 355, 363, 370 

expenses in behalf of, 3:167, 168, 174, 175, 177; 12:798, 863 

Fort Augusta attack plans (176.'!), 10:757 

at Fort Johnson meeting (1756), 9 :".;:'- v' 

FortStanwix Congress (1768), 12:621, 626-27, 665 

French embassy (1763), 10:769 

French sympathies (1758), 10:5 

at German Flats conference (1763), 10:726 

German Flats trading visits (1763)_, 4 :228 ; 10:915-16 

Fort Pitt attack threats H762), 10:402, IOC 

French attack threats (1758), 10:14 

horse and gun thefts from settlers (1772), 12:940, 941-42, 967 

horses (1761), 13:227, 236, 238 

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Index 

Chenussios, Iroquois deputies (1763) to, 10:833-34 

Iroquois threat (1761) to the English, 3:439, 441, 491, 630, 694-98, 792; 

13 - 221 227 230 232-33 

plot betrayed, 10:319-20, 324, 347, 354, 370, 380-81, 398-99, 406; 
13:238-39 
Iroquois threat (1763) to the English, 4:169, 173, 180, 235 
at Johnson Hall Iroquois Congress (April 1762), 3:695-98, 706-707, 709-10; 

10:409, 428 
at Johnson Hall Iroquois Congress (Oct. 1763), 4:274, 282-83 
at Johnson Hall Iroquois Congress (July, 1771), 12:912 

at Johnson Hall Iroquois-Western Indian Congress (June, 1774), 12:1107 
Johnson Hall visit (Nov. 1763), 10:930 
land claims, 13:227 
Missisaug-as and, 10:721 

Montreal expedition (1760), 10:184-85; 13:167 
Niagara attack (1763), 4:210, 213, 291, 292; 10:867, S68, 876, 892, 

893-94 903 
at Niagara Congress (1764), 11:246, 247, 253, 290-98, 311-12, 313-24, 

324-25, 618 
peace treaty (1764), 4:502, 512-13, 518, 551; 11:135, 151-57, 327-28, 

337, 343, 358 
Niagara surrender (1759) and, 13:120, 134 
Oswego Iroquois Congress (1759), 13:124, 126, 128-29, 131-32 
Oswego pork disbursement (1760), 3:256 
peace overtures (1764), 4:348, 373, 386-87, 438, 492, 495, 497, 498, 500-501; 

10:961, 963-67, 968-71, 972, 973-74, 990; 11:12, 18, 21, 25, 26-27, 52, 

57-58, 68, 96, 104, 116-17 
poverty (1765) 11:661 
prisoners (1761), 13:227 
recruitment (1758), 10:11-13, 38 
smith for, 9:946 

threat of general Indian war (1774) and, 12:1088-89 
trade with, 4:83, 228; 10:915-16; 13:149 
Tuscarora declaration (1763) against, 10:946-47, 958-59 
Venango attack (1763), 10:768-69 
Venango murder (1761) of, 13:227-28, 255 
Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:220, 285, 318, 319, 337, 406, 

407-408 
white men among, 4:300 
Cherokee Eiver, see Tennessee River 
Cherokees : 

Abenakis and, 3:555-56 

Augusta Countv murders (1765) of, 4:755-56, 797; 5:234; 6:225; 11:763, 

785, 812, 863; 12:57, 99 
in Bouquet forces (1758), 11:213 
Canadian Indian-Iroquois Council, 1770 (sec Canadian Indian Confederacy, 

Iroquois-Cherokee Congress (German Flats, July, 1770)) 
Canadian Indian message (1774), 13:668 

Catawbas and, 4:188; 6:695; 7:89; 9:785, 886-87, 951, 959, 960 
Cayugas and, 3:818; 4:64; 7:993 

Chickasaws and, 1:387-88; 8:190, 668, 670; 9:573, 575; 12:689 
Choctaws and, 3:336; 8:111, 339-40, 1044; 9:573, 597; 12:813, 822 
Claverack visit (1767), 6:2 
Creeks and, 3:356; 4:304, 315-16; 5:234; 7:1016; 8:349, 1044, 1086, 1118; 

12:99, 689 
Delaware messages (1758), 2:803-808, 846-49, 863, 876, 878 
Delaware refuge among (1764), 4:399, 403 
Delaware and Shawnee uprisings and, 2:369, 427-28, 716 
English hostilities (1761), 3:301, 329, 336-37, 346, 517, 519; 13:245, 246, 

250 
expenses in behalf of : 

(1758), 2:812; 10:255, 257, 824 

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(1761), 3:550, 573, 581, 593, 822, 823, 824 

fl769), 12:797, 799, 800 

(1770), 12:856, 857, 863, 864, 866 

(1772), 12:1017 
Forbes Fort Duquesne expedition (1758) and, 2:784, 811-12; 9:898, 954-55; 

10:91, 103; 13:207 
Fort Chartres occupation aid (1765), 12:55 
Fort Duquesne meeting (1757), 9:613 
Fort Johnson meetings (1757), 2:729, 741, 742, 743, 751, 756; 9:804-808, 

809, 835, 840-43, 847-48, 852 
Fort Johnson meetings (1758), 2:817-18, 851, 886; 9:946, 947-51, 957-61, 

968 
Fort Pitt Conference (1768), 6:224-25, 694 
French forts in country of, 3:886, 905, 935 
French molested (1768) by, 12:547 
French prisoners of, 9:574 
French trade (1756), 9:572, 578-79, 597 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois Congress present (1757) for, 9:762-63, 771 
Hurons and, 3:496, 498; 7:163, 652 
Indian boundary line and, 5:31, 234, 449; 6:406-408; 12:402, 717 

ChiswelPs Mines Congress (1768) and, 5:793; 6:143-44, 226, 297, 354, 
406, 407 

Iroquois land cession at Fort Stanwix Congress (1768) and, 6:184-85, 
693-95; 7:225; 12:674, 709, 715, 747 
Iroquois alliance (1756), 9:560-61 

(1758), 2:858-62, 863-64 

(1769), 7:294-95, 319, 328, 332 

(1770), 7:490-91, 525, 551-52, 655, 705-706, 785, 799. 957, 993, 1016, 
1053, 1076; 12:813, 822, 881 

(1771), 8:70, 142-43, 407, 518-19 

(1772), 8:586, 638 

(1774), 8:1086 
Iroquois message (1758), 2:847, 858-62, 863-64 
Iroquois war and peace negotiations: 

(1761), 13:207 

(1762), 3:988; 10:543, 548, 550, 566, 573-74, 576, 5S4, 592, 594, 605, 635 

(1763), 4:6-7, 62, 64, 97, 180, 190-91, 193, 196, 266, 395; 10:635, 755, 
866 891 908-909 933 942-43 

(1765)', 4:828, 840-41. 848-49, 872; 11:863, 893, 932-33, 941-42, 976 

(1766), 5:31, 33, 48, 234-35, 369, 449; 12:21, 34, 56-57, 98-99 

(1767), 5:548, 552, 739; 6:3, 5; 12:294, 295, 308, 315, 344-45, 372, 
418; 13:428 

1768 peace conference, 6:107n, 122-23, 124, 135, 136, 139-40, 142, 149-51, 
153, 155, 176, 198/!,, 203, 224-26, 252, 292, 480, 652; 12:451-52, 
456-58, 460, 461, 464, 467-68, 469, 470-71, 472, 473, 475, 881 

Boyd murder (1767) and, 12:337-39, 360 

Johnson Hall pence deputation (1767), 5:832; 6:7, 32, 69n; 12:313, 322, 
332, 393-96, 406, 415, 431-32, 455, 688-89, 736, 761 

policy of division of confederacies and, 7:151; 8:233, 252-53; 12:881 

Prince of Chote's speech, 12:339-40, 360, 386, 388-89 
King (Thomas) and, 8:247; 12:089 
Koliy nation of, 9:947, 948, 949 

land claims, 6:490, 513, 537, 692. 693 94, 708-709; 7:66, 110, 160; 12:56 
Long Cane River massacre ( 1 76 I ) and, 11:15 
Louisiana and, 2:725; 9:569-81, 596 98, 793 

peace negotiations, 2:725; 9:569-81, r,!)6-98 
Lyttleton Treaty (1760). 10:138-39 
Mohawk messages (1758), 9:806, 900, 950 51, 957 60 
Muskingum meeting wit Ii Delawares ( 1774), 8:105S; I2:1dsi' 
"Northward Indian" hostilities (1760), 7:141, 163 
numbers, 12:56; 13:188 
Ohio-French hostilities, 1:387-88; 2:846-49, 858-64; 4:763, 766; 9:719 

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Index 

Cherobees, 846-49, 859-62, 948, 957 

Ohio raids (1768), 6:275 

Ohio River murders (1774) and, 8:1084; 12:1090-91 

Ohio settlements of, 2:29; 3:222 

Oneidas and, 4:232; 9:840-43, 847-48 

at |Onondaga Iroquois Council (1769), 7:86, 112, 294-95, 319, 328, 332, 362, 
380, 490-91; 12:769 

Ottawas and, 3:284; 11:112; 13:260 

Piankashaws and, 7:955-56; 8:646 

Post Vincent threat (1771), 12:931 

recruitment of, 2:828; 4:235; 9:804-808, 894; 10:950; 11:244 

schools for, 5 : 343 

Scioto Council (1770), 12:769 

Senecas and, 3:450, 662, 698, 732-33; 5:450, 458; 8:496; 10:317 

Shawnees and, 2:427-28, 848; 3:337, 449; 7:182, 184, 404, 722, 1131; 
8:58, 70, 340; 10:522, 535, 624; 12:822 
Shawnee refuge (1764) among, 4:426; 11:132, 176, 195 

Teedyuscung and, 2:797-99, 803-805, 808, 814, 842, 849 

Ticonderoga attack (1758) and, 9:945 

Tsyody nation of, 9:947, 948, 949, 958 

on Virginians murdered (1767), 5:540, 548 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:7, 8, 260, 279, 349, 374 

Western Indian hostilities, 3:336-37; 4:235; 6:433-34; 7:652, 1077; 8:279, 
349, 374, 668, 670, 843, 895; 10:200-201; 12:600, 689, 812-13, 822, 872, 
945, 1079-80 {See also specific enemies, supra) 

Winchester meeting (1758), 2:784-85 
Cherry Valley, New York, 1:57; 7:528; ll:80n; 13:507 

Albany patent map, 3:312, 418 

butter, 8:700 

Harper land negotiations, 12:259, 331, 346, 542 

Indian attack threat (1757), 2:759 

Indian attack threat (1763), 10:869, 894, 934, 957 

defense (1763), 4:263, 273, 277, 306, 313, 342, 347, 400-401, 411; 
10:986-88 

Indian attack threats (1764), 11:76, 86 
defense (1764), 11:41, 79-80 

Indian boundary line and, 12:520 

Indian gathering at, for Harris Ferry journey (1757), 9:620-21 

Indian stop on Fort Stanwix Congress journey (1768), 12:648 

justice appointments, 3:609, 622; 12:769 

Oquaga reinforcement (1764) from, 11:159 

Oquaga trade, 10:897, 898 

Oquagas in, 11:33, 45 

provisions (1763), 10:872 

provisions (1764), 4:435, 437; 11:108-109, 111 

roads, 8:303-304 

scouts at, 4:400 

Spencer land purchase (1767), 12:343 

Tory massacre (1778), ll:79n 
Chesne, Elleopole, see Chesne, Meni 
Chesne, Isidore, 10:694 
Chesne (Minichesne), Meni (Elleopole): 

Clark murder (1768) and, 12:507-508 

deposition on murder of child, 5:652-53 

Fort Miami siege (1764) participation, 4:600n; 10:693-94 

as interpreter, 4:708; 5:289, 340, 382, 516 

Pontiac and, 5:637, 638, 648, 649, 652-53, 675, 6SS-89, 723, 730; 10:732; 
12:29; 13:319 

salary, 11:685 
Chesne La Bute, Pierre, see La Bute, Pierre Chesne 
Chesnut, ,4:67 

Chesnut, Alexander, 13:533, 568 

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Chester County, Pennsylvania, 5:616; 13:180 

Chester Creek, 3:802, 806 

Chevalier, Mme., 3:415 

Chevalier (Chevallie), Augustin, 5:639, 640 

Chevalier (Chevallie), Charles, 5:639, 640 

Chevalier (Chevallie), Frangois, 5:638, 640 

Chevallier, Louis: 

on Delaware war-belts (1774), 13:670 

Michilimackinac trade petition (July, 1765), 11:827, 829 

Pottawatomie murders of Detroit traders (176S), 12:487, 508, 518 

Saint Ange message to the Western Indians, 12:227-28 

Saint Joseph attack (1763) and, 10:715 

Saint Joseph Pottawatomies and, 5:239, 6:121-22; 8:804, 818, 819, 973 

son's murder by Pottawatomies, 6:725-30 
Chew, capt., 9:12, 33 

Chew, , sea captain, 12 : 1043 

Chew, Benjamin, 7:868 

Broadhead report (1762) and, 10:536 

at Easton Council (1756), 2:524 
(1761), 3:518 

(1762), 3:761, 765, 782, 790; 10:455 
answer to Quaker Assembly members, 3:799-811 
answer to Teedyuscung, 3:812-18 

Fort Stanwix Congress (1768) and, 12:620, 621, 630 

at Harris Ferry-Lancaster Congress (1757), 9:743 

at Lancaster Council (1762), 10:540 
Chew, Colley, 8:1073 
Chew, Joseph, 1:101, 204-205, 208-209, 224, 309, 400, 410, 452; 7:556, 764 

autograph, 7:xi 

Byrne (Thomas) disappearance and, 8:5, 13, 43 

on Cartwright's illness, 6:460 

on Connecticut governorship (1769), 6:759 

Cottgrave offer to rent house of, 8:321 

daughter's death, 6:688 

debts, 8:185-87, 289-90, 296 

farmers settling near Johnson Hall, 7:321 

Franklin (William) and, 8:1158 

garden gifts, 6:730-31, 767, 768; 7:234, 240, 242, 570, 610-11, 644-45, 649, 
684, 1023, 1059-60; 8:43, 67, 71, 82 

as Governor of Fairs, 8:907 

gratitude to Johnson, 6:204-66, 306, 767; 7:241, 1108 

Indian Affairs Secretaryship, 8:1146; ll:277n; 13:678 

invitation to Johnson, 6:253 

Johnson (Peter) and, 8:919, 920 

Johnson Hall journey (1770), 12:S25 

Johnson Hall, removal (1771-72) to, 7:1117; 8:5-6, 42, 67, 71-72, 89, 185-87, 
289-90, 296, 326, 523; 13:678n 

in Johnson will, 12:1073, 1075, 1076 

as Johnstown justice, 8:637 

land grant request (1774), 8:1073 

law cases, 7:873-74 

on Massachusetts unrest (1768), 6:304-305, 323-24 
(1769), 6:699 
(1770), 7:514, 999, 1024 

at Mohawk conference (1773), 8:964 

on Mohe«-an land claims, 6 : 7~,!» 60, 767-68 

on Monro settler negoti.-i lions (1771), 12:10^6 87 

on New London boat seizures (1769), 7:71-72 

on New York agitation (1770), 7:1147-48; 12:826 

postmaster of New London. 6:219, 221, 227, 741-42 

on Revenue Act enforcement, 6:783-84 

on printer routed by Sons of Liberty, 7:241 

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Chew, Joseph, Eobinson (Beverley) and, 7:45-46, 71, 514, 873, 999, 1023, 1108; 
8:186, 289, 523 

on Kusso-Turkish war, 7:999, 1024 

sea water gift, 7:106 

on small pox epidemic (1770), 7:939 

son's birth (1769), 7:261 

on Susquehanna settlers, 3:8S0, 8S3, 884, 885, 890-91, 938; 4:70; 6:272, 
577, 607, 687, 689, 698-99, 730, 782-83, 784; 7:46-47, 235, 273-74, 940, 
999, 1147; 10:416 

Temple (William) and, 8:657-58 

Wallace and, 8:543 

Whiting and, 7:424; 8:72 

wife's illness (1769), 7:274, 320-21 

Windam visit, 6:271-73 
Chew, Joseph, Jr., 12:1073 
Chew, William (Joseph's son), 7:874; 12:1073 
Chicago, Illinois, 3:415; 11:697, 698 
Chicconaway (Menominee chief), 11:274 
Chickasaws : 

Cherokee-Iroquois alliance (1770) and, 7:1016; 8:70 

Cherokees and, 1:387-88; 7:404; 8:190, 279, 668, 670; 9:573, 575 

Chippewa and, 7:949; 8:70 

Choctaw conference (Mobile, 1765), 11:802-803 

Choctaw Congress (1772), 8:418 

Creeks and, 4:304, 315 

Delaware-Shawnee uprisings and, 9:456 

Fort Chartres occupation (1765) and, 12:55 

French and, 8:190; 12:547 

Iroquois and, 1:387-88; 8:407, 779; 9:560-61 

Kaskaskia riot (1772), 8:593 

Kickapoos and, 8:225, 234 

King (Thomas) and, 8:247 

land cessions (1766), 12:56 

numbers, 10:951; 13:203 

Piankashaws and, 7:956 

recruitment, 4:235, 267; 10:951 

Wabash hostilities (1773), 8:842, 895 
Chickawan Creek, 6:258 
Chicksagan (Mahican), 10:386 
Chicola (Munsie), 11:89-90, 95-96 
Chicoutime (Chegotim), 5:345, 444-45, 496 
Chiesatonk, Pennsylvania, 3:354 
Chignecto, 1:650 
Children : 

adoption of, 4:363 

apprenticeship of Peter Johnson, 8:919-21, 945-47, 1019-20, 1062-63; 
13:635-36 

army movements and, 9:909, 912 

birth in Campbell household, 6:475, 489 

birth in Davis (Dudley) household, 6:500 

boardingschool requirements, 5:804-805 

of Chew household, 6:272, 278, 324, 689; 7:261, 874 

clothing price equivalents in fur (1765), 11:990 

coloration of half -Indian, 13:190 

Cresap murders (1774), 12:1097-98 

death of Claus daughters, 6:408, 409, 422; 8:908, 909-10, 918-19 

death of Johnson godchild, 7:1102 

Delaware, 11:384 

Detroit murder of Mrs. Fisher's child, 5:621, 644«, 652-53, 370, 671-73. 688. 
723 730 

in Detroit siege (1763), 10:738; 13:290, 317 

Dutch, 13:193, 197 

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estimate of annual requirements of Indian, 4:559 

farm work of, 7:892 

of French neutrals, 2:459-60 

of Gawehe, 12:124 

German Flats raid (1757), 9:856-57, 861 

half -Indian child of Francis, 8:235 

Indian cradles, 13:192 

Indian languages and, 12:954 

Tnglis godson, 7:965; 8:542, 553, 583, 622-23, 625 

Johnson granddaughters in New York, 8:641, 651, 652, 657, 659, 665, 390, 
691, 710, 713, 723, 731, 765, 782, 786, 824, 829, 892 

Narragansett, 11:432 

Onondaga chief's grandson, 10:589 

Oswego Congress (Aug., 1759) attendance, 13:189 

as prisoners, 4:440, 630; 9:8; 10:247-48, 262 

Indian return of, 3:404; 4:496-98, 500, 586, 620, 771, 774; 9:169; 

10:178; 11:394, 559, 800, 817 
placement after recovery, 4:575, 598, 783-84; 5:269, 273, 312; 10:285, 
287, 289, 290, 469; 11:521, 812 

with Ramsay (David), 8:484-85; 12:964 

sale of Indian, 1:207, 259, 260-61, 330; 3:322, 351; 9:37; 12:909-10 

scalping of Indian, 9:8; 11:225 

school house massacre (1764), 4:524; 11:444-45 

as servants, 8:715; 12:224 

signature of land deeds by, 4:59, 144, 145; 8:1009 

Shawnee, 11:384 

silkworn tending, 8:184 

of slaves, 6:153, 451, 452, 474, 620; 7:563 

Stevenson household, 7:907-908; 8:16, 469, 470, 974, 1103, 1107-1108 

Stump murder, 12:419 

toys, 13:659 

Van Alstine lost child, 10:193 

in woolen mill work, 5:792 

See also Education ; Schools ; and see individual names 
Chile, 7:428 
Chillaway, Bill, 12:619 
Chilliequagey, 4:110 
Chilloway, Job, 10:716n 
Chim, , 10:715 

Chinestenookrooney Indians, 10:506 
Chingass (Delaware sachem) see Sliingo 
Chinn, ,3:380 

Ohinn, Howard & Bostwick, 4:741; 6:317, 318; 11:827; 12:1007-1008 
Chinn, Edward: 

Bostwick enterprise and, 6:251, 317; 7:908 

Campbell and, 7:821 

Ducharme and, 5:379-80 

Indian trade indemnities, 4:418; 10:992-93 

liquor trade and Canasadaga quarrel (1772), 12:971 

Ottawas and, 11:698, 869 

Stuart dispute, 5:345 
Chinn, John: 

copper interests, 6:242, 246; 7:49; 8:124 

Indian trade indemnities, 10:992-93 

at Michilimaekinac smuggling inquiry (1767), 5:638, 640 
Chinughiata (Onondaga chief), 10:60, 500. See also Bunt, The 
Chinville (Chcneville), L., 5:133, 169 
Chip, Henry, 9:282 
Chippewas (Sauteurs, Ojibway), 1:495; 2:3S9; 3:414n, 537n: 6:423 

arms request (1761), 13:263 

arms supply (1764), 11:696, 771, 780 

on Bradstreet expedition, 4:492-93; 11:326 

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Chippewas, Bradstreet's Treaty (1764) and, 4:526-27, 530, 531, 547-49, 616; 
11:340, 349-51, 392, 508 
Campbell Council (1761), 3:450-53 
canoe fleet (1765), 11:697 
Cherokee hostilities (1768), 12:600 
Cherokee-Iroquois peace negotiations (1767), 12:394 
Chickasaws and, 7:949; 8:70 
Claus and, 8:212, 216 
Delaware war belts (1767), 5:662 

Detroit appeal for return of Lt. Sinclair (1769), 6:716-22, 776-77; 7:148 
Detroit conference with Croghan (Nov., 1767), 13:440-41, 442-43 
Detroit drowning, 5:731 
Detroit settlement and, 7:1149 

Detroit siege (1763) and, 4:150, 164; 10:686-87, 739; 13:291 
Detroit threat (1769) and, 6:751, 776 
Detroit traders murdered (1768) by, 12:487 
English hostility (1763), 4:274 
expenses (1770-72) in behalf of, 12:868, 899, 1000 
at Fort Chartres (1768), 6:393 
at Fort Duquesne, 9:540 

at Fort Ontario Congress (1766), 5:338; 12:28 
Fort Stanwix Congress (1768) and, 12:550 
Foxes and, 8:117, 213 
French fortification of Detroit, 10:145 
Guy Park conference (with Guy Johnson, July 1768), 12:548-50 

journey to, 12:544-45, 548, 555 
Houtelaas murder (1772), 8:501, 526, 551 
Hurons and, 4:449; 7:316; 8:587 
Hutchins visit, 10:523-24, 544, 545 
Iroquois and, 7:716, 796-97; 8:587 
Johnson conferences (1760), 10:137-38 
Johnson Hall conference (June, 1765), 4:755re, 756, 774, 777, 778; 11:761, 

769-72, 778, 779-84, 797, 810, 813, 817-20 
Johnson Hall conference (July, 1768), 6:281-82, 283, 307, 314, 326, 333-34 
Johnson visit (1759), 3:175 
Lake Erie attack on traders (1763), 10:723 
Lake Superior copper prospectors and, 8:122?i, 124, 125-26, 128 
Menominees and, 10:523, 525-26, 705; 11:275, 807, 835 
Miami messages (1765), 11:765, 851 
Michilimackinac attack (1763), 10:694-97, 777-78, 779-86, 787-88, 829; 

11:271, 275, 287 
at Michilimackinac conference (1761) with Balfour, 3:537-45 
Michilimackinac threats : 

(1763), 4:169, 484, 811 

(1768), 6:275 

(1772), 8:501-502 
Niagara attack (1763), 4:134-35, 210 
Niagara attack threat (1764), 11:163 
at Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:475, 490-91, 494, 515, 521; 10:321, 

324; 11:797; 13:231, 241, 243, 255-56, 257 
at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:470, 472n, 475, 476-77, 478-80, 481, 509, 511, 

512, 520; 11:246, 264, 267-73, 276, 278-81, 306-309, 310, 313, 325, 336; 

12:94, 548, 558-59, 560 
Niagara Council (1761), 3:453-58, 513, 514 
Niagara Council (1767), 5:698 
Niagara embassy (1764), 11:202-203, 213-14 
Niagara French surrender (1759) and, 13:117, 118-19, 120, 128 
numbers and location, 3:501; 4:244, 245, 330 
Ohio Eiver murders (1767) and, 5:686; 12:367, 518 
Oswego conference plans (1756), 9:452 
Ottawa Council (1762) and, 10:534 
peace offers (1764), 4:423, 447, 482; 10:975 

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Pond murder and, 8 : 789, 879 

Pontiae messages (1765), 11:810, 813, 81S-20, 824 

Pontiac submission and, 5:76 

Pottawatomies and, 4:799-800, 883 

Presque Isle attack (1763), 10:727 

Puans and, 8:117 

Ramsay murders, 8:512, 514-15 

recruitment (1764), 11:272 

Rogers and, 5:713-14; 12:450, 480, 491 

Saguenay Indians and, 5:729 

Sault Ste. Marie and, 4:180 

Scioto Congress (1768), 7:184; 13:433-34, 436-37, 440, 445 

Seneca conferences (1767), 12:374 

Shawnee Councd of 1767 and, 5:737 

Shawnee hostilities, 10:579; 11:531 

Sinclair servant murdered (1767) by, 5:590, 600-601; 12:335; 13:428 
Albany imprisonment of murderers, 12:336, 337 
murderers returned to, 12:364; 13:435, 441-42, 443 

Sioux and, 4:199, 521; 8:117; 11:336, 343, 807-808; 12:355 

smallpox among, 8:212 

smallpox rumors, at Detroit (1768), 12:544-45, 548 

smith for, 11:771, 780 

Stockbridge Indians and, 10:426 

threat of uprising (1765), 4:803-808; 11:739-40, 772, 804-805, 838, 982, 
989; 12:161 

threats of uprising (1770-72), 7:484, 949; 8:501-502 

Toronto prisoner (1759), 3:115, 124, 125, 131 

trade, 4:510; 6:275; 10:321; 11:307, 308, 781-82, S05-806, 818, 826, 835, 
12:411; 13:118-19 

Villiers message (1763), 10:819-21 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:7, 260 
Chiquaquondie (Onondaga), 9:82 
Chissart, , Canadian settler, 13:627 

Chiswell's Mines, 5:793; 6:144, 226, 297 
Chiwarauch, 1:398 

Chitharteraa (Nanticoke chief), 12:126, 139 
Choate, John, 2:249; 9:312 

Council of Provincial Officers and, 2:304, 335; 13:70 
Choate River, 12:296 
Choctaws, 2:512 

Cayugas and, 8:349 

Cherokees and, 3:336; 8:111, 339-40, 1044; 9:573, 597; 12:813, 822 

Chickesaw conference (Mobile, 1765), 11:802-803 

Chickesaw Congress (1772), 8:418 

Creeks and, 4:304, 315, 784-85, 1131-32; 8:58, 143, 519, 820, 843, 1044, 
1086; 11:803, 830 

Fort Chartres occupation and, 12:55 

Iroquois alliance, 9:500-61 

Iroquois-Cherokee alliance, 7:294, 525, 993; 8:10S6 

Onondaga hostilities (1771), 12:922 

recruitment (1763), 4:267; 10:951 

schools for, 5:343 

Spanish-French alliance (1768) and, 12:602 
Choczim, see Khotin 
Choiseul, Etienne Francois, due de, 8:50 
Choptank River, 6:239 
Chote, Cherokee town, see Echota 
Chote, Prince (or King) of, 12:337, 339-40, 360 

Iroquois circulation of speech (1767), 12:386, 388-89 
Chouaguen (Oswego), 9:185 
Christeyanse, Ahaswerus, 13:502 
Ohristiaenstadt, 3:144 

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Index 

Christiana (prisoner), 11:489 

Christie, Daniel, 3:149 

Christie, John, ensign, lieut., 8:501 

Ainse defense deposition (1768), 12:615-16 
on Detroit drownings, 5:441 
at Fort Ontario (winter, 1768-69), 12:669 
Michilimackinac appointment (1768), 12:451 

Presque Isle attack (1763), 4:182; 10:733, 734-36, 744, 745; 13:295 
Prevost and, 5:107 

Rogers-Roberts dispute and, 5:638, 640, 652, 764; 8:694 
Rogers imprisonment and trial, 12:438-43, 491, 613, 614, 615 
Rogers plan to imprison, 12:444, 449, 479 
Seneca prisoner release (1765), 4:781, 788 
Christie, Gabriel, capt., maj., lieut. col., 2:761, 837; 3:928; 7:953; 13:126, 157 
Canadian Indians and, 3:349?i; 4:418 
Canadian settlers and, 12:1111 

Couagne and LaForce escape from Albany, 2:741; 9:830-31 
vessel for board loading, 13:430 
Christina (sloop), 1:682 
Christina Indians, 3:813, 840; 4:789; 7:953 

Michilimackinac embassy (1767), 5:614; 12:354 
at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:481; 11:264, 325, 337 
Christis, James, 10:290 
Christman, John, 2:486 
Christopher, John, 3:88 

Chuchtenunda (Tughtenonda), 1:31; 4:860; Q-A0n 
Chucks, Solomon, 5:153 
Chunks, Moses, 4:680 
(Jhugnut Indians: 

expenses for (1769), 12:758 

at Fort Johnson Susquehanna Indian conference (Feb., 1756), 9:347, 348, 

349, 393, 394 
Fort Stanwix congress, 12 : 628 
at Johnson Hall meeting (Oct. 1763), 10:896 
at Johnson Hall meeting (March, 1764), 11:105-109 
Niagara Congress (1764) and, 11:253 
recruitment, 9:804, 909; 11:88-96, 10S 
Wyoming settlement and, 11:477 
Chugnutts (Indian town), New York, 3:872; 4:288, 344; 12:170 
Delaware invitation (1763) to, 10:963 
Mahican settlement, 10:945, 948, 959-60 
Wyaloosing Indian resettlement (1765) at, 11:39, 88-96 
Church, Thomas, 4:156, 161; 11:238, 434-35 

Church of England, 1:29, 745?i; 3:558; 4:47; 5:ix-x; 6:xi; 7:683 
Albany congregation (1771), 8:350-54 

Convention of the Clergy (1766), 5:403, 430-31, 432-34, 436, 454-55, 460-62, 
487-88 

(1767), 5:780-81 
(1769), 7:309 
(1770), 7:691-92, 695 
Corporation for the Relief of Widows and Children of Deceased Clergy-men, 

7:248, 280-81, 282 
dissenters excluded from Seneca and Onondaga country, 6:607 
ecclesiastical politics (1771), 8:203 

episcopates, 5:407-408, 433-34, 440, 461-62, 466, 5S6, 835-36; 6:81-82; 
7:309-310; 8:144, 174 

Albany, 4:342, 381, 448; 5:x, 395, 407-408, 472 
Canadian, 4:299, 306, 309, 313; 5:ix, 408; 8:228, 248 
confiscation of Jesuit lands for, 11:23 

Johnson's land offer in behalf of an episcopate, 5:836, 837, 840, 841-42; 
6:18, 27-28, 77, 132, 164-65, 294, 415, 529-31, 542-43, 746-47; 7:5, 
289-90, 292, 518-19. 584, 588, 693; 8:92Sn 

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public opposition 6:132-33, 306, 415, 455-56; 7:68, 602, 691, 750, 762-63; 
8:583-84, 622 

English scarcity of missionaries, 7:392 

Fort Stanwix congress and, 12:675 

Germans in, 6:517-18 

Illinois colonization and, 5:327-28 

Indian schools proposal, 5:383, 388-91, 392-93, 402-403, 407, 409-10, 6S3-85, 
695-96, 775; 6:12, 13, 18, 28-29; 7:588-90 

Inglis on Indian conversion to, 7:504-508, 596-602, 746-50, 761-66, 875-79, 
962-65; 8:174 
memorial on, 8:228, 264, 277, 279, 300, 553, 584, 621-22, 624 

Johnson on, 4:72-73, 107, 236, 428; 8:188 

lottery scheme (1772), 8:523 

Lutherans and, 8:44, 59 

Marsh on attitudes of lawyers toward, 4:328 

Mohawks and, 6:12, 28-29*; 7:358-59, 875-78 

Narragansett grant, 8:733; 11:641-42 

Narragansett request for mission, 4 : 692-93 

New York Assembly election (1769) and, 6:576, 578, 606, 607, 686, 711; 
12:699 

New York governorship and, 7:249, 283 

New York justice appointments (1770) and, 12:796 

oath of allegiance and, 8 : 654-55 

Oquagas and, 8:1174 

Parliament and, 8:182 

Peters on lack of zeal, 8:258 

Presbyterian baptism and, 5:391, 458 

Protestant rivals of, 5:23, 28-29, 327, 388-S9, 390, 508-509, 510-11, 529; 
6:132-33, 292-93, 311, 330, 529-30, 538, 542-43; 7:584-85, 601 

royal patronage, 7:585, 589 

Schenectady congregation charter, 4:8S5; 5:1, 27-29, 390, 392, 410, 428-29, 
441, 467, 504-505, 508-509; 13:378-79 

Smith's plan for settlement and conversion of the Indians, 5:508, 510-14, 
528-32, 568-69 

Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 4:442; 5:221-23; 7:309-10 

See also Missionaries ; Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign 
Parts; and see individual missions and missionaries 
Cliurches, see specific plaeenames, e.g., Canajoharie, church 
Cicotte, Zacharie, 5:289; 10:985-86; 13:317, .".19 
Cinakaas, see Senecas 
Claevw, Fraens, Jr., capt., 5:556 
Claner, Johannes, 8:1101 
Clapham (trader) : 

murder of, 3:887; 10:544% 

trial and hanging of murderers, 4:95-100; 10:520-21, 690 
Clapham, William, capt. or col., 2:439, 454 

massacred, 10:544n; ll:156n, 444 

murderers demanded of Indians, 4:425; 11:154, 156n, 158 

Oga^hradarisha and, 2:488, 490, 521-22 
Claro (Clair), Robert Nugent, Viscount, 5:855; 6:32, 129, 215nj 12:392 
Clark, (in Schenectady), 7:798 

Clark, lieut., 2:305 

Clark, , sfjt. maj., 3:57 

Clark, capt., 1:104, 206 
Clark, maj., 1:309, 350 
Clark, Alexander, 7:246 
Clark, Jacob, 4:375, 376 

Clark, James Hill, 5:369; 7:680; 12:507-508 
Clark, James, 2:700 
Clark, John, 7:463 
Clark, Patrick, 2:589 
Clark, Robart, 1:13 

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Index 

Clark, Thomas, 6:274 

Clarke, ,2:391; 6:360 

Clarke, capt., 1:436 

Clarke, maj., 1:111, 219, 253 

Clarke, Edward, capt., maj., 1:1, 2, 3, 111, 219, 253; 12:191, 221, 262, 381, 829 

land near Cosby's Manor (1768), 12:686 

Sacondaga lands, 5:429, 527, 540; 12:89, 156, 191, 193, 221-23, 297 

Northampton patent and, 12:381 
Clarke, Edward, capt., maj. (younger) in West Indies, 1:11 

Canajoharie lands of, 8:460 

land near Cosby's Manor, 12:686, 703-04, 705-06 
Clarke, George, 2:484, 485 
Clarke, George, Jr.: 

in Oriskany patent, 12:704 

in Sacondaga patent, 12:221, 283, 301, 343 
Clarke, Hyde, 1:18 
Clarke (Clark), John, capt., 4:874; 5:106, 116 

Ogastass and, 5:164 

orders governing trade. 5:143, 147 

petition of traders (1766), 5:118, 144, 147, 149-50, 244 
Clarke, John M., 2:ix 
Clarke, Patrick, 8:353 
Clarke, Eichard, 7:170 

Clarke, Thomas, Kayaderosseras and, 11 : 852 
Clarke, Thomas, capt., 1:361, C56, 660 
Clarke, William, Sr., Susquehanna Purchase and, 10:530 
Clase, LawTence, 12:531 

Claus, Anne (Nancy, daughter of Daniel Clans), 6:408-409, 422; 12:619, 713 
Claus, Ann Johnson (Nancy, daughter of Sir William), l:4S9n 

Canadian residence and, 6:302 

Claus dual-superintendency offer, 13:727 

Claus visit to Johnson (1763), 4:10 

daughter born to, 4:32, 40, 92; 12:713 

daughter's death (1768), 6:422; 12:619n, 713 

daughter's death (1773), 8:908, 909-10, 918-19 

Gordon (Lord Adam) visit, 13:375 

Johnson's last greetings sent to, 12:1107, 1113 

in Johnson's will, 8:1190 

marriage proposal, 3:371-72, 381-82, 393-94; 10:260-61, 281 

Oswego correspondence (1759), 13:125, 139, 146 

portrait, 7:186; 13:xvi 
Claus, Daniel, lieut, capt., col, 2:395, 713, 714; 3:265; 4:363, 635; 5:60, 412; 

6:427, 607; 7:246, 275; 8:x, 558; 11:69; 13:562 

at Abenaki conference (Fort Johnson, March, 1762), 10:410 

Abenaki land complaints (1768) and, 12:580 

at Abenaki- Missisauga conference (Johnson Hall, July, 1770), 12:830 

Abenaki requests, 3:356; 4:811; 10:194, 346-47, 414 

on Abenaki-Stockbridge dispute, 3:353, 360, 402-403, S29-30; 10:410 

accident (1767), 5:599 

accident (1769), 12:713 

account book saved throughout Revolution, 13 : 733 

Adems land indenture (1771), 8:266-70 

Albany County division and, 8:332 

on Albany trade with Canadian Indians (1761), 10:257 

Army resignation, 3:830, 862 

at Aughquisasne, 5:341, 635; 13:632-33 

A.ughquisasne-Abenaki dispute (1769), 7:126-29, 818-19, 922-23, 928-29, 
934-35, 947, 958-59, 960-61 
Hertel activities (1773) and, 12:1027; 13:620 
Johnson Hall conference (July-Aug., 1770), 12:840, 843, 846 
Aughquisasne abuse (1764) by soldiers, 11:351-52, 353 
autograph, 3:xiii 

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biographical sketch, l:4S9ft 

in Baker accounts, 8:577 

Barrow and, 8:716 

in Blackburn accounts, 8:808, 1009 

on Bradstreet, 4:642 

Burton (Ralph) and, 4:315, 324, 356, 415, 608, 782, 829, 862 ; 5:215; 

8:841; 11:390, 699, 836, 896 
Butler land deed (1753) and, 9:101; 11:14 

Caghnawaga abuse by soldiers, 3:387, 575-76, 629; 10:263, 26S-69 
Caghnawaga conference (Aug., 1767), 13:427-28 
Caghnawaga conference (July, 1768), 13:465, 466-67 
Caghnawaga conference (July, 1769), 13:488 
Caghnawaga conference (1771), 8:210, 214-16 
Caghnawaga conference (1772), 8:524-25; 13:713 
Caghnawaga conference (July, 1773), 13:617, 619-21, 622-23, 632-33 
Caghnawaga conference (March, 1774), 13:719-20 
Caghnawaga French settlers and, 8:188-89, 210 
Caghnawaga interpreter (Philips), 7:899-900 
Caghnawaga- Jesuit dispute and, 3:638, 748, 862; 5:635; 10; 804-806 

on Caghnawaga boundary line, 7:928, 929-30, 948, 949-52, 957-58, 960, 
961; 8:840 
Caghnawaga-Oanasadaga answer (1762) from Johnson, 10:445-49 
Caghnawaga-Canasadaga conference (1761), 3:362 
Caghnawaga-Oanasadaga conference (Aug., 1771), 8:214-16 
Caghnawaga-Gage conference (1762), 10:372 
Caghnawaga respect for, 7:530-31, 954, 956-57, 961 
on Canadian money shortage (1760), 3:284; 10:190 
Campbell (Daniel) and, 4:206; 7:586; 12:1008 

in Campbell accounts, 13:336, 338, 339, 341, 343, 344, 349, 350, 355, 357, 
359, 360, 361, 366, 370, 371, 372, 373, 706 
at Canadian Confederacy conferences (Johnson Hall, July-August, 1770), 

12:840 
Canadian Confederacy, Three Nation conference (Aug., 1767), 13:428-30 
Canadian Confederacy, Three Nation conference (1769), 13:488 
on Canadian Indian alliances (1761), 3:546-47, 552 
Canadian journey (1767), 12:330; 13:427ft 

(1768), 13:465 

(1769), 13:488, 489 

(1771), 13:504-505 

(1773), 13:617-33 
Canajoharie visit (1760), 3:243 
Canajoharies and, 1:778, 7S5; 4:50, 78 
Canajoharie patent and, 4:615, 644; 10:282-83 
Canasadaga conference (Aug., 1769), 7:129-30 
Canasadaga conference (Oct., 1767), 13:431-32 

Canasadaga conference inquiry into Iroquois plot (1762), 10:39S-99 
on Canasadaga disasters laid to liquor trade (1772), 12:971-73 
captain's commission, 3:363, 371-72, 379, 381, 383-84, 548-49, 576-77, 629. 

747, 819, 820, 830, 906; 4:45, 136; 9:202, 524; 10:191, 259-60, 261-62. 

264, 265, 269 
Carleton and, 5:635, 636, 650-51, 707-709; 6:302; 7:127-29, 638-39 
Carleton Island expedition (1779) ami, 8:1^15 
on CarunghyacMgoa, 4:207 
on Catholic Indians, 5:345; 10:281 
cattle-drivers and, 5:331-32 
Cayuga French information (1756) rind, 9:539 
at Cayuga meeting (Fort Johnson, 1758), 9:926 
child born (1769), 12:713 

at Chippewa conference (Johnson Hall, 1765), 11:770 
chronology, 10 :ix-xiv 
on Cochrane, 8:209 
on colonial administration of trade, 6:302-303 

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Index 

Claus, Daniel, commissary system surveillance, 12:413-14; 13:424 
on copper interests, 6:317-18, 438 
at condolence for Abraham, 9:601 
Cramahe and, 8:525-26 
daughter's birth, 4:32, 40, 92 
daughter's death (1768), 6:408, 409, 422; 12:619 
daughter's death (1773), 8:908, 909-10, 918-19 
daughter visiting Wallace, 8:691, 782 
debtor accounts (anonymous, 1769) against, 7:35, 39 
Detroit siege (1763) and, 4:167; 13:299 

Canadian Indian Confederacy aid in, 4:180, 191-92, 200, 395, 418, 426, 
435, 446, 448-49, 452, 516; 10:218, 724-25, 766, 771, 778, 792n, 801- 
802, 842 
on Ducharme violation of trade regulations, 5:377-80; 8:841 
in England (1775), 13:728-30 
Fort Hendrick Indian disputes (1758), 10:62 
on Fort Johnson attack threats (1756-57), 9:491-92, 798-99 
Fort Stanwix Congress (1768) and, 6:408, 409; 12:619, 627 
on Fort William Henry capture (1757), 9:809, 817, 819 
Franck (Johan Conrad) accounts (1757) and, 2:689-90 
on Gage-Indian relations, 3:348-49, 387, 576, 577-78, 638, 751-52; 10:281 
gardening, 4:104; 5:566; 7:611 
on German Flats Congress (1770), 7:896-98 
on German Flats raid (1757), 9:853-54, 855 
Hardenbergh patent and, 6:749 

Gordon (Anthony) trade pass request (1766), 13:392-94 
horse for Johnson (1761), 3:321, 348, 355, 360, 375, 380, 381, 396; 10:260, 

282 
horsemen's tents and, 10:173 

housebuilding expenses (1763), 10:662; 13:303-307, 313, 314, 316 
Hughs' application for position of, 5:627-28, 636 
Huron conference (July, 1769), 13:488 

Huron conferences (July- Aug., 1773), 13:623-27, 628-30, 631 
ill health, 8:438, 714; 9:678; 12:78, 343, 884, 971; 13:668, 729 
Indian Affairs Canadian appointment of Campbell, 11:699, 756, 775; 13:691 
Indian Affairs Department reorganization and, 4:789-90; 8:525 
Indian Affairs Deputy Agency resignation, 4:415, 511, 584 
Indian Affairs Superintendency devolvement upon Guy Johnson and, 
13:643-46, 672-73 

memorandum (1780) on, 13:725-31 
Indian expenses: 

(1756), 9:645 

(1757), 9:658 

(1758), 3:150 

(1759), 3:159,165, 179 

(1760), 10:189-91 

(1761), 3:311, 346, 352-56, 547, 553, 565, 575, 582; 10:245-46, 260, 
275, 334 

(1762), 3:820, 863 

(1763), 4:209 

(1764), 4:301, 315, 332, 364, 370-71, 381; 11:100-101 

(1765), 4:850, 851, 854 

(1766), 5:96-97, 203, 334, 364-65, 371, 399, 422 

(1768), 12:639, 640 

(1769), 7:8, 9, 131, 328; 12:730, 770; 13:488-89 

(1770), 7:382, 386, 520; 13:707-10 

(1771), 13:710-12 

(1772), 8:438; 12:947; 13:712-16 

(1773), 12:1021; 13:627-28, 716-19 

(1774), 12:1120; 13:719-21 

(1775), 13:721-22 
Inglis godson and, 7:965 

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instructioins to interpreter (1766), 5:397-98 

as interpreter, 2:380; 9:509, 222; 10:214, 232 

Iroquois census (1768), 6:261-62 

at Iroquois conference (1763) on Newkirk murder, 10:626 

at Iroquois Congress (Fort Johnson, May 1755), 9:174, 193-203 

at Iroquois Congress (Fort Johnson, Feb., 1756), 9:347 

at Iroquois Congress (Fort Johnson, March, 1758), 9:885, 952, 957 

at Iroquois Congress (Oswego, Aug., 1759), 13:131 

at Iroquois Congress (Fort Johnson, April, 1762), 3:690; 10:453 

at Iroquois Congress (Johnson Hall, Dec., 1763), 10:964 

at Iroquois Congress (Johnson Hall, July, 1774), 12:1107, 1112-13, 1122, 

1124; 12:668 
Iroquois-Delaware embassy and, 2:426, 427, 456, 468, 521-22 
Iroquois war-belts (1763) and, 10:689 
Johnson (Peter) and, 8:526-27, 842, 867, 1035; 12:966, 1013-14, 1028-29; 

13:618, 621 
Johnson's account books and, 2:783 
Johnson receipt (1764) to, 11:57 

in Johnson's will, 10:117n; 12:1065, 1066-67, 106S, 1074, 1076 
Johnston (William) and, 2:674-75 
Johnstown government and, 12:982 
Joncaire trade pass request (1765), 11:870 
journal: 

(Aug.-Oct., 1767), 13:427-32 
(July, 1768), 13:465-67 
(Sept. 9-Oct. 24, 1770), 7:947-61 
(June- Aug., 1773), 13:617-30 
justice appointment lists (1770), 12:792 
justice appointment powers, 12:824 

La Corne Saint Luc and, 3:283, 284, 321, 348, 355; 7:186; 10:189 

land purchases, 7:499: 12:814-15, 817, 827-28, 835, 854, 855, 874, 936, 

983, 989 
leave application (1761), 3:576-77, 629, 637; 10:277, 334 
Livingston (John) draft (1765), 11:908 

Lottridge and, 3:292, 322, 637, 747, 830, 895; 10:282, 926; 11:600 
marriage, 3:371-72, 381-82, 393-94; 4:10; 10:260-61, 281 

McFarlan and, 8:718 
Mayfield patent, 8:1051 

Masons and, 7:738n 

on Michilimackinac French intrigue (1765), 11:869 

on Michilimackinac trade, 5:365, 526; 11:834-35; 12:212, 342 

on military movements (1763), 4:135-37 

Miller (Jacob) released by, 10:247 

at Mingo conference (Johnson Hall, Jan., 1774), 12:1044 

Missisaugas and, 4:200, 212; 10:861-62; 13:465-66 

at Mohawk conference (Mount Johnson, May-June, 1755), 1:625, 638 

at Mohawk conference (Fort Johnson, Jan., 1758), 13:104 

at Mohawk conference (Guy Park, June, 1768), 12:529 

at Mohawk conference with Albany Committee (Johnson Hall, Dec, 1773), 
8:963, 965 

Mohawks and, 1:489-90, 807 

Montreal expedition (1760) and, 3:267-68 

Montreal instructions (1764), 11:52-53 

Mortier drafts, 6:33; 7:556, 1100; 8:347, 505, 506 

on Murray appointment (1764), 11:341-42 

nephew from Germany, 4:584, 627 

on Niagara Congress (1764), 4:510-11; 13:331 

Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761) and, 3:354, 630; 10:277; 13:235 

oath of allegiance, 8:656 

oath of half-pay (1767), 12:252 

at Oneida meeting (Fort Johnson, 1758), 10:66, 85 

Ogilvie and, 13:297, 330-31 

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Index 

Claus, Daniel, at Oquaga conference (Fort Johnson, 1757), 9:703, 707, 714 
at Oquaga conference (Johnson Hall, 1764), 11:46 
Opey and, 8:53, 54 

Oswegatchie conference (July, 1769), 13:488 
Ottawas and, 3:284; 4:800; 10:281 

Miehilimackinac siege survivors escorted by, 10:777-78, 779, 803, 806-807 
pani slave recapture (1761), 3:321, 348, 355, 361; 10:243, 262, 269, 308-309 
on Perthuis, 3:752; 4:811, 825 
Peters and, 9:526, 527 
plantation, 4:697 

Pontiac and, 4:849; 5:334; 11:836 
portrait, 7:186; 15:xii 

prayer-book revision by, 3:363, 630, 639; 10:264, 333 
at Quaker conference with Searouady (1756), 9:443 
on the Quakers, 2:438, 439; 3:862 
Ramsey murders (1772) and, 13:714 
Roberts and, 5:691-93; 7:388; 8:211; 12:342 

power of attorney, 8 : 649-50, 752, 874 
on Rogers trial, 6:302, 318-20 

Roubaud and, 3:309, 332, 350, 353, 356, 637; 10:282 
royal instructions to Johnson (1772) and, 12:965 
Russeau St. Jean and, 8:551, 561 
on Saghsanageghte, 5:472-73 
St. John Indian incidents (1765), 4:790, 802 
salary, 2:613, 623; 5:443; 10:246, 275, 637; 12:640, 730, 764, 805 

dual superintendency proposal and, 13:645, 646, 726-27, 728, 730-31 
Schaghticoke Albany land claims and, 13:285 
Schenectady church charter petition (1765) and, 13:379 
Schenectady trustees and, 8:1018 
Scott and 5:582-83; 11:390 
as scout, 2:332 

sermon translation by, 7:962«, 
Shawnee threats of uprising (1774) and, 13:682 
Shipboy and, 7:608 
on Shirley's agents, 2:1-2 
slave purchases, 4:540 
Stevenson and, 3:753, 830; 10:474 
Stringer draft (1770), 7:989 
on Surveyorship of the Woods of America, 8:209 
Susquehanna Purchase and, 9:142, 145, 150, 151, 152, 154, 160, 161-62, 

199-200, 202; 10:215 
in Ticonderoga attack (1758), 9:942 
Tryon and, 8:866-67, 902 
Tucker (Dan) and, 11:956, 978 
Van Alstine child and, 10:193 
Van der Heyden (Jacob) and, 7:938 
Wade (Ferrall) and, 4:299, 326; 7:1018; 8:239, 841 
Wade (Matthew) and, 4:267, 273; 5:369, 399; 7:131, 259 
Wallace account, 8:471, 605, 607 
Warren estate memorandum, 13:723-25 
Welles and Wade and, 4:200, 501, 572; 10:2S2 
Wetherhead and, 6:638; 7:553, 564, 1127 
Williamoz and, 10:315, 325 
Claus, Katty, death of, 8:908, 909-10, 918-19 
Claus, William (1765-1826), lZ:xii ' 

in Johnson will, 12:1074 
Claverack : 

Cherokee visit (1767) 6:2 

Hogeboom tavern in, 7:642-43 

Indian lands, 2:372; 9:212 

Kinderhook dispute, Q:x, 670, 678-80, 702-703; 7:23-24, 101, 116-18, 302-303, 

326, 329-30, 368-69, 393-94, 422, 446, 643; 12:319 

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Assembly on, 7:356, 359-61 

Dunmore and 8:84-85, 95-96, 101, 529, 535-36, 549-50; 12:905-906 

election of magistrates (1772) and, 8:449, 455, 462 

Johnson exposition, 8:100-102 

Van Schaack map of patent, 7:360 

(See also Army, Colonial militia, Claverack regiment) 

Legget murder case, 6:591 

manor lands surrendered to the Crown, 8:691, 704, 712 

murder (1756) near, 9:567, 581-82, 590-91, 622, 632, 642, 766 

petition in behalf of Johonnis Plass, 6:700 

Eoad Act (1770) and, 7:595, 596 

soldiers billetted (1748) in, 1:185 

Spencertown militia proposal (1769) and, 6:642 

township boundaries, 7:266-67 
Clay, ,6:539,587 

Clayton, , lieut. col., 11:438, 491 

Cleaveland, lieut., 1:172 
Cleaveland, Rev. Ebenezer, 6:442; 12:749n 
Clebsaddle, Andries, see Klebsattle, Andreas 
Cleland, capt., 1:165, 190 
Cleland, lieut., 1:331 
Cleland, William, 2:698 
Clement, Aron, 7:442, 479 
Clement, J., 1:361 
Clement, Jacobus, 2:504; 9:406; 13:88, 335 

at Canajoharie conference (April, 1758), 13:110 

deposition (1749) accusing Johnson of fraud, l:113n 

Esopus escort, 9:466-67 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois conferences: 
(1756), 9:349 

(1758), 9:946, 952, 957; 10:66, 85 
(1759), 10:97, 99 

at German Flats meeting (1756), 9:518 

Indian expenses, 2:508, 575, 588, 598, 601, 607, 608, 609, 612, 613, 615, 621, 
624; 3:159, 161, 177, 178, 179; 9:645, 646, 647 ' 

at Iroquois conference (May, 1755) on recruitment for Braddock, 9:174 

at Iroquois conference (Oswego, Aug., 1759), 13:131, 139 

Johnson march (Julv, 1758) to meet Abercromby, 2:870 

at Mohawk Council (1755), 1:524, 625, 631, 636 

Mohawk scalping trip (1756), 9:489 

at Onondaga Council (1757), 9:724 
Clement, James, 9:184, 186 
Clement, Johannis, l:113n 
Clement, Joseph, 1:8, 102-103, 180 

Johnson's buying-out of, 1:249; 2:60(5 
Clement, Lewis, 7:74, 346; 8:333; 9:447 

Caghnawaga escort to Niagara (1764), 11:236; 13:509 
Clemm, Daniel, 11:488 
Clemm, Felly. 11:488 
Clemm, Lodowick, 11:487 
Clench (Clinch), Robert, 7:846 

election of 1769 and, 6:585, 594 

Johnson Hall visit (1766), 5:401, 402 

madeira supplies (1768), 6:41.".. -T 1 12 

Society for the Propagation of (lie Gospel and. 8:1088, 1111 
Clench, William Robert, 8:912 
Clephane, James, maj., 3:22, 25; 10:83 
Clermont, , 4:670-71, 676-78 

Clermont, Hancc, 13:125 
Clerunque, , 11 :458 

Cleveland, Ohio, 13:26271 
Clifton Park, land partition and allotment (1769), 13:482-85 

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Clignantcourt (Gtinyancour), , 7:531, 532 

Clin, Philip Heinrich, see Klein, Philip Heinrich 
Clinch, Robert, see Clench, Robert 
Clint, John, sgt., 3:105 
Clinton, , capt., 3:69, 90, 92 

Clinton, Charles, 1:244; 2:889n 

Clinton, Francis, see Lincoln, Francis Clinton, Earl of 

Clinton, George, Governor of New York, 1:75, 129™, 292; 9:44; 13:7-8, 10 
Albany Council (1751) of Iroquois, 1:339-44; 9:84-85 
Albany Indian meeting (July, 1748), 1:172, 175-77 
Albany mayor (1753) and, 9:104 

Albany Regiment commission to Johnson, 1:166-67; 9:11 
Albany sheriff appointments and, 9:51-52, 98-99 
Assembly proroguing for small pox (1752), 9:91, 96 
Cadaracqui French expedition report (1751), 9:84-86 
on Cape Breton expedition (1746), 1:54, 55-56; 9:73 
Collins insult (1749), 9:57-58, 87, 89, 94 
on election "scrutiny," 9:88 
English credit of, 1:250-51, 260 
estate of, 4:109, 110, 111 
French accusations of treachery, 9:63-66 
furs sent to, 9 : 83 
George II and, 1:274 
horses sent to, 9:32, 95-96 
Horsmanden and, 3:33» 
illness, 1:464; 9:111, 116 

Indian Affairs Commission candidates (1752) and, 1:383 
Indian Affairs superintendency and, 9:66, 108, 123-24, 385 
Iroquois conference refusals (1753), 13:23-25 
Iroquois-French involvement, 1:105-107, 151-52, 227, 276-79, 280-81, 302, 

385, 386, 390, 908-920 
Johnson's accounts with the Assembly and, 1:191, 238, 256, 301-302, 313-14, 
345, 370, 381, 433; 9:33, 38, 67, 71, 97-98, 123, 149, 166, 385; 13:8 
Johnson's memorial (1750) on, 9:72-75 
Johnson's bond demanded by, 1:316-17, 320-23, 324-25; 9:76-77, 78 
on Johnson's English fame (1756), 9:385-87 
Johnson's letter relating Indian battle, 1:86m 

Johnson's proposals for Indian policy (1754), 9:125-32, 146, 165-66 
Kayaderosseras tract and, 4:694; 9:148, 166 
King George's War: 

Canajoharie fort ordered, 1:103-104 

Iroquois conduct in, 1:77-80, 81, 83-84, 86-88, 174-75, 241 

on Johnson as Colonel of Iroquois Forces, 1:59-62 63-65, 67-68, 68n, 73, 

139; 2:x; 3:954 
neutrality efforts and, 1:86-87 
prisoners and, 1:143, 1S6-87, 192, 211-13, 213-15, 247-48, 283-85, 906; 

9:33, 36, 39, 44, 45-50, 59-60, 64-65, 74 
report of New York Council on conduct of, 1:139-42 
troop dismissal, 1:119-20, 121 

troop provisions and, 1:93-97, 108, 117-18, 144, 146-49, 190-92; 9:32-34 
Lake Sacrement expedition and, 1:110, 112, 113-15 
land purchases of, 1:391-93; 4:102, 109-10, 111; 9:98 
land purchase licensing, 1:368, 378-79, 923-24, 928-29; 3:289, 424; 9:96. 

98; 13:13 
land sales to Johnson, 1:394, 414 
letter, photograph, 1:117 
liquor trade regulations, 1:102-103 
Mohawks and, l:104w, 199-201, 231-33, 271, 377-78; 6:310n: 9:6, 52-56, 

61, 105, 108-109, 179 
the Ohio and, 1:302, 312m 
Oneida Indians and, 1:199 
Onondaga Congress (July, 1753), 1:391; 13:26, 27 

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Oswego trade and, 9:68-69, 115, 119 

on purchase or capture of Indian children, 1:206-207, 260-61; 9:37 
return to England, 9:111, 123, 125 
Eutherford and, 2:449 
Schenectady rangers and, 3:993 
scouts and, 1:169, 170 
South Carolina and, 9:94-95 
warrants to Johnson, 9:5, 7, 9-11, 15-31 
bill of exchange (1748), 9:35 
Clinton, Mrs. George, 1:392; 9:83, 167 
Clinton, Sir Henry, col, 4:102, 109-10, 111 
Dlinton, Peter, 1:187 
I!linton, Fort: 

ammunition stores (1755), 1:619-20, 652 
defense in Indian raid, 1:101-102 
Indian scouts and, 1:78, 79-80, 100, 805 
mutiny threat (1747), 1:111 
Ulive, Edward, Lord, 4:448; 7:577 
21ock, see Klock 
I!lopp, Cornelius, 6:274 
Closer, Mary, 11:487 

ZTloss, Daniel, capt., see daus, Daniel, capt. 
flossy, Dr. Samuel (of King's College), 8:31 
IJloth : 

allipeen, 13:368 

baize, 4:407; 7:781, 880; 8:802, 861; 13:537, 549, 583, 5S8, 600, 601. 648 
barter equivalents, 3:530-35; 4:893-96 
bath rug, 12:820 
bolting cloth, 1:24; 5:377 

broadcloth, 8:421, 422; 13:536, 539, 569, 574, 592, 612, 648 
buckram, 5:593, 594; 7:40, 349, 1090; 8:422; 11:675; 13:343, 344, 370, 
478 

in Adems accounts, 13:532, 534, 538, 540, 542, 544, 557, 566, 572, 573, 
579, 581, 582, 586, 587, 592, 600, 602, 605, 610, 612, 613, 615 
calico, 1:310, 336, 372; 2:570, 586, 898; 4:559; 5:246, 250, 251, 255; 7:40, 
207, 433, 621, 742, 781, 824, 862; 8:802, 862; 9:27, 563; 11:822, 991; 
13'.°65 371 473 
in Adems account (1768-73), 13:536, 541, 550, 568, 576, 5S6, 594, 603, 

608. 615 
in Johnson ITall inventory (1774), 13:656, 663 
prices (1762), 10:390 
calimanco, 1:372; 2:570, 586, 618, 898; 4:559; 7:742, 824; 8:802, 861; 

9:563; 13:369, 372, 532, 538, 575, 600 
camblett, 1:95; 2:604, 637; 5:59; 13:532, 580, 583 
cambric, 7:782, 860; 8:114, 200; 12:820; 13:357, 361, 367, 468 

in Adems accounts, 13:541, 543, 550, 565, 568, 580, 585, 589, 613, 615, 
616 
canvas, 5:594; 7:859 
check, 7:36; 13:536, 537, 553, 555, 559, 561, 562, 565, 568, 574, 577, 392, 

594, 607 
chintz, 2:586; 3:927; 7:35, 781, 862; 13:369, 565, ;~69, 591, 603, 606, 663 
cotton, 1:171; 3:626; 4:8S8; 5:321; 6:170; 7:887: 8:200, 802, 803; 9:561, 
816; 11:975 

Welsh, 1:83; 2:637, 898; 7:780, 781 ; 9:644, 547 
coxcomb, 4:310; 13:349 
crepe, 13:354, 371, 468 
damask, 6:489, 490; 8:953; 11:527 
dimity, 11:528 
duck, 7:625; 13:606, 607 
durant, 1:310; 7:743; 13:552, 557, 575, 580 
English trade, 6:426, 427 
ferret, 2:617; 13 548, 549, 570, 571, 578, 607 

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Cloth, flannel, 2:586, 592, 629; 6:489, 490, 497, 502; 7:38, 40, 193, 228, 781, 

880; 8:206, 802, 861; 12:114; 13:336, 471, 475, 476, 648 

in Adems accounts, 13:536, 551, 565, 567, 570, 577, 590, 595 
forest cloth, 8:421, 422 
in French trade (1743), 1:19 
frieze, 1:348; 2:605, 633, 634; 3:156; 7:31, 975, 976; 13:476, 515, 536, 

539 551 552 562 
fustian, 5:594; 7:349, 743; 13:343, 344, 366, 368, 477, 479 
garlics, 1:43, 83, 92; 2:466, 467, 504, 570, 585, 588, 603, 604, 616, 643; 

5:294; 7:480, 858, 861, 895; 8:200; 9:644 
gartering 2:584, 603, 615, 616, 635, 639, 643, 898; 5:249, 257, 261, 263; 

13:583, 585, 608 

prices (1764), 4:559 
gauze, 13:575 
gingham, 1:336 

holland, 7:780; 13:335, 355, 365, 367, 543, 573, 575, 595, 611, 614 
jean, 8:422; 13:538, 539, 540, 542, 543, 557, 584, 604, 611 
knap, 13:602, 603, 605 
lace, 1:95; 2:606, 899; 3:151; 4:629, 648; 5:258, 493; 6:312; 9:416, 428; 

11:581; 13:478, 479, 555, 602, 705 

bed lace, 5:250, 254, 257, 263 
lasting, 13:557 
linen, 1:7, 109, 181; 2:606; 3:149; 4:272, 526; 5:138, 211, 294; 7:9S0, 

982; 9:17, 653, 654; 13:469, 472-73 

in Adems accounts, 13:534-616pflssrm 

in Campbell account, 13:335, 337, 338, 340, 345, 351, 352, 353, 357, 361, 
365, 366, 367, 368 

English imports, 7:427 

Irish, 7:228, 860, 862, 895; 8:803, 861; 13:1 

manufacture of, 5:14; 11:3-4 

osnaburg, 2:619, 633; 7:349, 433, 743, 780, 781, 798, 862, 1090; 
8:422, 833, 862; 11:975; 13:342, 343, 348, 351, 478, 479, 534, 539, 
543, 551, 557, 558, 560, 565, 566, 570, 572, 586, 587, 591, 592, 593, 
595, 602, 604, 605, 609, 610, 611, 612 

pomerania, 7:827 

Warren estate claim, 13:28 
loom rental, 11:562 
in Marsh (Witham) effects, 11:527-28 
mohair, 5:593, 594; 7:40; 11:675; 13:335, 336, 339, 344, 365, 368, 369, 

370, 374 

in Adems accounts, 13:532-615passim 
moltons, 7:480, 827 

muslin, 2:588; 7:38, 40; 8:803; 9:563; 13:580, 601, 603 
nankeen, 13:365, 558, 559, 610, 613 

oil cloth, 3:252; 7:622, 825; 10:155, 158, 292; 11:190, 221, 243; 12:820 
peelong, 13:544, 609 
penneston, 2:570, 584, 586, 603, 613, 615, 616, 643; 5:794; 7:228, 230, 433, 

480, 519, 621, 774, 782, 827, 1046; 8:113; 11:821; 13:347, 469, 471, 

475, 476, 64S 
Persian, 13:544, 603, 609 
plush, 13:604 
poplin, 1:372 
ratteen, 1:310, 377, 384; 2:588, 604, 620, 621, 633; 4:407; 7:349, 519, 

622; 8:422; 9:561; 13:354, 366, 475, 476, 478, 479, 534, 541, 542, 543, 

564, 566 
ratinet, in Adems accounts, 13:534, 542, 559, 561, 569, 572, 573, 579, 602, 

605, 608, 612, 613 ' ' ' ' 

ribbon, 2:574, 575, 603, 604, 617, 637, 898; 5:246, 250, 252, 256, 259; 

7:38, 621, 623; 11:991; 12:113; 13:2, 349, 361, 366 

in Adems accounts, 13:546, 550, 554, 558, 560, 564, 565, 566, 568, 569, 
572, 576, 578, 579, 580, 591, 592, 597, 600, 604, 605, 607, 609, 614 

prices (1764), 4:559 

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russal, 1:372; 2:635 

sarsanet, 7:827 

satin, 13:366, 370 

serge, 1:311, 372; 2:586, 606, 611, 618, 619, 628, 644, 89S; 4:617; 7:480, 

519, 781, 825, 827, 880; 8:200, 802; 11:991; 13:342, 344, 471, 474, 

616, 648 
shalloon, 1:95; 3:152, 159; 5:592, 594; 6:442; 7:40, 194, 200, 349, 354, 

743, 780, 1090; 8:114, 200, 861; 10:176; 11:675; 13:478, 479 

in Adems accounts, 13:532, 533, 536, 537, 538, 540, 546, 562, 566, 572, 
5S5, 587, 592, 593, 603, 604, 60S, 610, 612 

in Campbell account (1756-65), 13:336, 346, 364, 366, 367, 370, 372 

for forest signals, 2:592, 619 
sheeting, 1:310; 7:781; 13:547, 570, 585, 600 
silk, 2:783; 3:161; 4:559, 888; 5:321, 594; 7:35, 193, 194, 201, 837, 978; 

8:803; 11:675; 12:113, 114; 13:478, 479, 480 

in Adems accounts, 13:541-613p«ssim 

Campbell account (1756-65), 13:339, 342, 344, 361, 364, 366, 368, 369, 
371, 372 

production, 8:183-84 

signal handkerchiefs, 2:627, 636 
swanskin, 5:794; 13:352 
tammy, 13:349 
thread, 2:585, 588, 621, 637; 5:250, 255, 256, 258, 259, 592-94; 7:40; 

13:351, 352, 355, 365, 366, 368, 477, 479 

in Adems accounts, 13:532-615pa.ssim 
vellum, 8:421, 431-32 
velveret, 13:538, 540, 600 

velvet, 1:311; 6:490, 516; 7:193; 13:365, 368 
woolens manufacture, 5:791-92; 7:427, 429; 8:206, 249; 11:562 
woolen stroud imports, ll:29?i 
wool spinning, 7:919 
worsted, 1:310, 348; 2:606, 619, 628, 899; 7:35, 40, 781; 13:343 

in Adems accounts, 13:536, 539, 547, 552, 556, 557, 558, 561, 563, 566, 
568, 577, 5S6, 594, 595, 597, 604, 607, 609, 612, 616 
Clothing: 

barter equivalents, 3:531-35; 4:489-91, 893-96; 10:3S9-90; 11:990-93 

bed-gowns, 10:176 

breeches, 7:349, 354, 1058; 8:145-46; 13:339, 344, 364, 367, 477 

in Adems accounts, 13:532, 543, 549, 565, 566, 570, 574, 611 

breech-clouts, 7:33; 13:401, 402, 403, 404 

leather, 7:623 
buttons, 1:311; 2:633; 4:311, 541; 6:503; 7:33, 40, 349, 973, 1034, 1035; 

8:422; 11:822, 975; 13:336, 339, 342, 343, 344, 356, 357, 361, 365, 367, 

370, 479 

in Adems accounts, 13:532-615pfl.s.smt 
canes, 13:652 
for Cherokees, 2:807 
coats, 1:571, 609; 3:348, 360, 363; 7:354, 557, 714; 9:460, 562; 10:3S9, 

661; 11:5.: I 

capes, 13:342, 473 

French, 7:742, *2 I 

in Johnson Hall inventory (1774), 13:647, 664 

as mark of distinction, 9:796 

matchcoals, 11:578; 13:382, 401, 402, 403, 404 

materials for making, 7:743 
commissary supplies (1767), 5:548-49 
cravats, 13:369, 550, 601 
for Crown Point (1755) troops, 1:527, 697-704p<w«»n, 865, 881, 890; 2:50, 

56, 66, 117, 137, 148, 178, 214, 240, 263, 273, 320-21, 337: 9:259 

284-85, 294 

gifts to Lake George troops, 2:407-408 

for New Jersey volunteers, 1:482 

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Index 

Clothing, disbursements to Indians, 1:72, 78, 82-83, 95, 97, 132-33, 134, 136, 

138; 2:495; 3:197, 202, 206-207, 331 

(1748), 9 :15-3Qpassim 

(1755-56), 2:566-Qi6passim; 9:202, 205, 470, 564, 644, 646 

(1757), 9:589, 593, 611, 619, 621, 626, 627, 631, 634, 649, 651, 652, 653, 
654, 655, 657, 734-35, 799, 803, 804, 805, 806, 853 

(1758-59), 3:149-80pamm; 9:886, 927, 942, 943-44; 10:43, 49, 53, 59, 
60, 61, 87, 97 

(1760), 10:194, 238 

(1761), 3:345, 457, 464, 465, 493, 544, 593; 10:278-79, 321, 326, 328, 
329, 332-33; 13:236, 237, 240 

(1762), 3:708, 712 

(1763), 10:853, 862, 889, 933-34 

(1764), 4:311, 470, 488, 607; 11:31-32, 33, 34, 50, 58, 07, 83, 94, 95-96, 
106, 111, 114, 159, 198, 234, 237 

(1765), 11:559, 560-61, 615, 710-711, 806, 808, 821-22, 892 

(1766), 5:246-60, 263; 13:382, 401-404 

(1767), 12:371 

(1768), 6:312, 366-94passim ; 12:498-99, 500, 593 

(1769), 6:656-Mpassim; 7:70-71; 12:736, 797, 798, 799 

(1770), 7:607, 625, 780, 782, 783; 12:834, 857, 866, 867, 868; 13:710 

(1772), 12:1016 

(1773), 8:1092 

French, 2:681, 693; 3:733; 10:713 
Dutch costume, 13:191, 193, 200, 204 

English trade, 2:898-900; 4:88S; 5:834; 6:426; 7:427-28 
fans, 2:617 

feather headdress, 2:590 
Fort Edward shortage, 2:406, 423 
garters, 7:349, 837, 977; 8:422; 10:278; 13:339, 357, 369, 371, 480 

in Adems accounts, 13:532, 538, 539, 540, 546, 574, 601, 611 
gloves 13:335, 354, 468, 560, 603, 609 

chamois, 7:623 

mittens, 1:310; 8:803, 861; 12:114; 13:559, 576, 601, 609 

mourning, 12:1064 
gown alterations, 13:364 
handkerchiefs, 1:310, 384-85; 4:310, 311, 559; 7:33, 35, 36, 40, 536, 564, 

625, 974; 8:802; 11:991; 13:344, 355, 369, 370, 480 

in Adems accounts, 13:533, 534, 538, 545, 546, 550, 558, 585, 589, 591, 
601, 603 
hats, 13:192, 554, 647, 648, 662 

in Campbell account (1756-65), 13:347, 370 

castor (beaver), 1:172; 4:407; 7:980; 9:562; 11:822; 12:114; 
13:479, 558, 662 

cotton, 2:587; 13:599, 600 

felt, 2:621; 7:863; 8:861; 11:822; 13:495 

Fort Stanwix Congress expense for, 12:666 

furs for, 1:230 

Indian use of, 2:606; 10:975; 13:495 

for Johnson household, 7:781, 861 

Johnston (John) request, 8:1176 

Kilmarnock, 8:802, 861 

lace and tinsel for, 2:467, 504 

leather caps, 13:2 

McLeod orders, 7:420 

mosquito gauze for, 12:114 

night-caps, 7:433 

prices (1761), 10:279 

trimming costs, 3:171; 8:471; 13:597 

woolen caps, 1:310; 2:618, 639; 13:561, 601 

worsted, 2:587; 7:888, 981; 11:822; 13:539, 552, 556 
Indian costume, 1:182, 186, 374; 13:194, 196 

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jewelry, 5:525; 7:557; 13:201, 573 

brooches, 13:361, 599 

buckles, 1:311, 015; 7:40; 13:350, 367, 370, 545, 550, 552, 553, 561, 
563, 570, 600, 607, 60S, 610 

earrings, 8:1082, 1120; 13:573, 599, 611 

gorgets, 2:516, 523, 535, 584, 588, 592, 626; 7:520; 9:562, 796, 804; 
10:278; 12:150, 390, 1107; 13:261 

locket for Indian chief, 2:578 

rings, 2:604, 617; 5:608; 12:1075 
Johnson (John) account with Duncan and Phvn (1767), 5:592-95 
for Johnson (Peter) in 1774, 8:1020, 1063 
in Johnson will, 12:1065 
of Johnstown children, 8:322-23, 488 
kilts, 13:355 
Lappius credit for, 4:281 
laps, 2:569, 571, 581, 582, 583 
Marsh (Witham) effects, listed, 11:527-28 
memoranda of family needs (1770), 7:781 
military discipline and, 3:59, 100 
missionary gifts, 10:516 
Missisauga taste in, 8:287 
mourning, 7:379; 12:1063-64; 13:196 
muffs, 13:187 

for Niagara expedition troops, 2:432 
payment for Indian lands in, 11:416 
of Pennsylvania Assemblymen (1760), 13:181 
petticoats, 13:200, 369, 371 

leather, 11:302 
for prisoners, 1:251 
purchase from Indians, 2:735 
romals, 7:863; 8:803 
shirts, 2:568, 569, 571, 574, 577, 581, 582, 585, 588, 589, 603, 618, 639; 

4:559; 5:138; 7:33; 12:921, 1020; 13:472, 474, 475, 647 

m Adems accounts, 13:546, 547, 548, 551, 555, 556, 557, 559, 573, 606 

m Campbell accounts (1756-65), 13:341, 345, 348, 349, 367 

•hocked, 13:191, 192 

in Miami Indian presents (1761), 10:326, 328, 329 

prices (1760), 13:188 

prices (1761), 10:278 

prices (1762) in furs, 10:389-90 

prices (1766), 13:401, 403, 404 

prices (1770), 7:836, 973, 976, 977 

ruffled, 2:584, 606, 629, 635; 7:623, 824 
shoes, 2:569, 577, 581, 584, 588, 615, 641; 3:151, 157, 158, 166, 167, 176-77; 

7:33,622,974 ' ' ' 

in Adcns accounts, 13:536, 557, 561, 562, 563, 565, 570-79passvm, 581, 
588, 591, 596, 600, 605, 607, 608, 609 

in Campbell account (1756-65), 13:338, 342, 344, 345, 350, 355, 363, 
366, 367, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373 

Campbell supply (1768), 7:229, 433 

for carpenters on Johnson Hall, 13:316, 317 

cobbling charges, 2:632; 6:697; 7:1055-58 

for Croghan's mason, 7:572 

deerskin, 12:644 

Du Musseaux gift to Johnson, 3:322 

Indian, 1:108; 10:68, 93-94; 13:519 

for Johnson (Peter) in 1772, 12:1010 1013 

leather costs (1746), 9:15, 16 

leather costs ( 1769), 6:764 

Lindesay order (1750), 1:300 

pumps, 2:575; 13:605, 616 

Sioux manufacture, 3:363 

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Index 

Clothing, for slaves, 7_:987 

snowshoes, 3:159, 160 

Wade and Keiuser order (1770), 7:825 , ftCC _ Q . Q s „ 

of slaves 6-497; 7:232, 636, 781, 880-81, 987, lOoo-oSpassim; 8:833 
sfockKgs', 1:5 71, 72, 133, 309, 310, 373, 377, 384; 2:568, 573 574 581 

582/603, 615, 617, 628, 633, 637; 4:559; 7:36, 621, 622, 824, 82d, 

8:802, 803,861; 10:661; 12:482, 993; 13:512 647 

in Adems accounts, 13:538, 542, 543, 558, 562, 563, 568, 571, 576, 577, 
579, 581, 594, 595, 596, 600, 604 

in Campbell account (1756-65), 13:337, 341, 371, 373 

for carpenters on Johnson Hall, 13:316, 317 

clocked, 2:587 

French, 2:583, 887 

gift, 4:575 

for Johnson household (1770), 7:781, 863 

leather, 5:70, 158; 7:729 

leggings, 7:774; 10:329; 13:401, 402, 403, 404, 571 

orders, 3:290, 295; 7:228-29, 433, 434 

in payment for Indian -warnings of attack, 1:138 

Phyn and Ellice accounts (1767-68), 13:468, 473, 474, 475, 477, 479, 480 

prices (1762) in furs, 10:389 

shortages of, 2:466; 11:78 

stroud, 11:578, 990 

worsted, 8:103; 9:562; 11:990; 12:114 
stocks, 13:616 
suits for Johnson (1772), 8:421 

tailor charges (1768), 12:668 

tailor "purchase," 4:214, 267, 277, 286; 5:191-92 

uniforms, 4:237, 251, 542-43, 547; 8:139 

French, 9:768 
waistcoats, 3:161, 309; 7:825 
Warren estate claim (1754), 13:30 
wigs, 8:537-38; 11:528; 13:200, 204, 205, 599 

See also Blankets 
Clouser, Betty, 11:487 
Clouser, Magdaline, 11:487 
Clouser, Mary, 11:487 
Clubs, 1:316; 4:320; 7:607; 9:87 

See also Masonic Order 
Clumb, Adam, 2:731 
Clunie, David, 5:169 
Clusser, John, 3:631 
Clute, Frederick, 7:1107 
Clute, Jacob, 7:1107 
Clute, Jelles, 7:832; 13:502 
Clute, John, 13:502 
Clute, Petrus, 7:1107 
Hlvd, Daniel, 4:313 
Clyde, Samuel, capt., 8:1208, 1209 
Coale, John, see Cole, John 

Cobble, Michael, 11:485 

Coburn, Jonathan, 5:492 

Cobus (Indian), Klock and, 4:140, 145, 644; 13:274-75 

Cobus Kill, 5:265, 457; 7:1002; 12:1111-12 

Cochran, John, 11:487 

Cochrane, maj., 8:759, 761 

Cochrane, Gavin, capt., 13:264 

captaincy, 8:209 

on Indian-English relations, 4:363; 5:376, 462-63; 6:76 

in Niagara Carrying Place attacks (1763), 4:232; 10:815, 859, 918-19 

Oswego hospital visit (1761), 13:266, 270 

on Patagonians, 5:563 

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Presque Isle command (1761), 13:263 

return to America (1767), 5:768-70, 787 
Cockbum, William, capt., death of, 3:991m 
Cockbum, William (surveyor), 5:540 

account against Fonda (1769-70), 7:1002-1003 

law suits, 8:515-16, 714; 13:497 

map of patents surrounding Albany, 5:516; 12:216 

Schoharie-Mohawk tract (1770), 12:836 
Cockcroft, William, col., 1:498, 587, 620, 718, 802; 2:206, 353; 9:302 

autograph, 2:xiii 

at Crown Point (1755) Council of War. 1:860-61; 2:198, 250, 312, 317; 
9:260, 319 

Dieskau and, 2:41, 44, 63 

at Fort Edward, 2:38, 40, 43, 56, 63-64, 66, 70-71, 94 

at General Court Martial, 1:865, 867 

on Peirce court of inquiry, 9:259 

regiment of, 1:578m, 580, 713, 766, 775, 819, 870, 877, 878; 2:6-7, 15, 83-84, 
137, 151, 195-96, 199, 239, 257; 9:326; 13:72 

scouting party and, 2:82 
Cocknusga Indians, 9:81 
Cockodosi (Delaware), 11:461 
Codaraghque, see Cadaracqui 
Coelon, Jan, see Colon, John 
Coentjie's Club, 9:87 
Coeur de Cerf, 8:587 
Coffin, Stephen, 1:395, 398n, 919 
Coghnot, John Everhart, 7:352 
Cogtmot, see Van Cogtmot 
Cohasorah (Indian), 9:15 
Cohasset, Massachusetts, 4:10w 
Coheis (Coyhes), Abigail, 5:154 
Coheis, Elisabeth (Betty), 4:155; 5:154; 11:433 
Coheis, Ephraim, 4:154, 161, 163, 592, 593; 5:154 

petition (Nov. 1764), 11:412, 414, 432 

petition to the Assembly, 4:659-63, 692; 11:642 
Coheis (Coyhes), George, 5:154 
Coheis (Coies), Hannah, 4:155; 11:433 
Coheis, Joseph, 4:154; 5:154; 11:414, 432 
Coheis (Coyhez), Mary, 4:160 
Coheis, Sarah, 4:155; 11:433 
Coheis (Coyhes), Stephen, 5:154 

Coheis (Coyhu, Koyse), Thomas (Tom), 4:692; 6:61; 11:642 
Coheis, Tobias, 4:154; 5:154; 11:414, 432 
Coheis (Coyhes), William, 5:154 
Cohorka, James (Nanticoke), 12:242 
Cohunk, (Cohunk's agreement), 8:812 

Coine, John, 7:31 
Colbergli, battle of, 3:659 
Colbert, Jean Baptiste, 10:376 
Colchester, Connecticut, 4 : 157; 11:256, 257 

patent annexation of [ndian lands, 11:423 
CoMcn, Alexander, 1:245; 3:230; 7:687 

biographical sketch, l:569?l 

Canajoharie grant surveys and, 1 : 107, 408, 417, 440, 441, 442, 569-70, 578; 
3:2S9, 312-14; 4:51.1, 523, 7.i:i-54, 776; 10: IMS; 11:703, 755; 12:214-15 

Collins's patent and, 4:885 

Crown Point recruitment (1755), 13:44-45 

Fraser (Hugh) lands and, 11:022 

German Flats patent and, 1:675 

Hansen (John) and, 11:528 

on Indians returned from exhibition in London, 4:753; 11:754 

Johnson (Guy) land survey (1764), 11:121-22, 130-31 

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Index 

Colden, Alexander, Johnson purchase north of Kingsborough, 12:814, 817 
Johnson purchase on the Susquehanna, 1:420; 12:828, 829 
Johnstown manorial rights proposal (1769), 12:700 
Kayaderosseras patent and, 3 : 642 
map of Adageghtinge, 7:710, 1126, 1145; 12:S54 
map of patents surrounding Albany, 3:297, 306-308, 311-12; 5:422, 429, 

516; 12:215-16 
Mohawk land claims and, 3:292-93, 297, 306-308, 311-14, 418-20, 558, 563, 

583; 5:395 
as New York City postmaster (1757), 13:94 
patent charges (1768). 6:301??,, 315 
retirement from Colden and Kelly, 2:463, 466 
Saeondaga survey, 12:829 
on Schenectady postal service, 4:49, 64, 78 
Servis patent survey, 13:491 
on Sons of Liberty, 4:882 
on Stamp Act, 4 :882, 885 
Vaughan survey, 6:24-25 
See also Colden and Kelly 
Colden, Cadwallader, Lieut. Gov. of New York, 1:243, 344, 418, 474n, S25; 
4:150; 9:239 

Albany clerkship appointment (1765), 11:528-30 
Albany Council (1751) of Iroquois, 1:339-44 
Albanv county division and, 7:203, 262 
Albany sheriff's appointment (1761), 3:389-90, 399/1, 408; 10:275-76, 310, 

335 

(1763), 4:198-99 

(1770), 12:847 
Amherst meeting (1763), 10:888, 910 
on appeal methods, 4:613, 615-16, 623, 642, 696-97; 5:7, 34; 11:469, 

499-500, 523-24, 529, 620-21; 12:757 
Assembly election (1769), 12:687, 699 
Banyar appointment (1769) and, 12:753 
Barclay lands and, 3:589-91, 610 
Barton land grant and, 4:868 
biographical sketch, l:220n 
Braddock's defeat and, 1:774 
Canajoharie gift to Johnson, 4:388, 410, 567, 576-77, 596, 615, 639, 643, 

644, 695-96, 741, 751, 772-73, 853; 5:7; 11:346, 368, 469, 524, 620, 

703, 756 

conflicting petitions for patent, 11:758-59, 787-88, 824-25 

surveys, 3:369, 666; 11:131 

Johnson's petition for patent, 3:366-67, 373, 374, 390, 399n, 504, 560-61, 
595, 596 
Canajoharie-Klock disputes, 3:338-41, 352, 364, 619, 623, 652-53, 655-56, 

684 

Klock refusal to release patent, 8:1192-93, 1201 

Klock trial and, 3:649, 652-53, 655, 672, 684, 739; 4:276-77; 10:442, 
575 
Canajoharie land claim inquiry: 

(1761), 10:229, 233-34, 336-39, 350, 367, 368 

(1762), 3:934; 4:184, 576-77, 639; 10:371-72 

(1763-64), 10:760; 11:346 
Canajoharie-Maybe dispute, 11:469; 12:225, 756 
Chenussio peace offers (1764), 11:116, 117 
Conestoga massacre and, 4:306-307, 327-28, 343, 345-46; 11:271, 12-13, 18, 

85, 97 ' ' ' 

coroner appointments, 7:197 
Oroghan and, 7:239, 314 
daughter's death (1762), 10:441-42, 467 
on Desligneris, 1:220 
Detroit siege and, 4:410 

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Dunmore suit and, 7:998 

Dyckman and, 7:287 

expeditions against hostile Indians (1764) and, 4:350-51, 364-66, 400, 

612-13 
on Fishkill Indian claims, 4:213, 229; 10:494, 854, 874 
George III and, 4:855; 7:333 
Halifax and, 4:350>i, 361-61' 
health (1769), 12:688 

Hogeboom (Jeremiah) and, 7:534, 642-43 
Hudson River land grants (1765), 11:662 

Indian policy, 4:273-77, 281-83, 287-90, 787; 9:43-44; 10:956-57, 988-S9 
on Iroquois power, 11:786-87, 824 
on Indian prisoners, 3:526-27; 4:787; 10:343 
Johnson (John) knighthood and, 5:61 
Johnson (Warren) visit (1761), 13:211 
on Johnson's embassy to Canada, 1:248-49 
Johnson's land purchases and: 

(1754), 1:401-402, 408, 427, 428 

(1761), 10:248-49, 310-11, 335 

(1764), 4:515, 523 

(1765), 4:823-25 

(1770), 12:782, 814 
Johnstown manor proposal, 6:682; 12:699-70 
justice appointments, 3:364-65, 624-25, 653, 666, 684; 7:380, 639-40; 

10:234; 12:782, 789 
Kalm and, 1:228 
Kavaderosseras and, 4:541-42, 551, 565, 577, 615, 652-55, 681-82, 694-95, 

696, 711-12, 746-49, 767, 787; 5:416; 11:360, 367, 380, 3S1-S2, 387, 

468-69, 607, 651, 663, 787, 788, 824, 825; 12:756 
Kingston Delaware Conference (1761), 3:566-69 
Kloek (George, Jr.) transport of Canajoharies, 11:523, 754 
Klock (Jacob) and, 4:195 
Lake George battle account, 9:292-93 
Lancaster Treaty (1762) forwarded, 13:279 
on land deeds prior to Fort Stanwix Treaty, 7:537 
land deed (1754) witness, in name of George II, 11:947 
land grant prohibition (1761) and, 10:340n, 382 
land grants for military service, 11:20, 97, 116-17, 120-21, 130-31, 825, 920; 

13:378 
letter, photograph, 1:229 
lieutenant-governorship, 3:268-69, 408n; 4:169, 171; 7:271; 10:192-93. 

726-27 

fifth term, 8:ix, 1123 

resignation, 4:883-84; 5:6 
Livingston-Canajohnrio dispute (1736), 10:233 
Mahican Albany claims, 10:388 
Militia Act and, 4:184-85, 261-62; 7:356 
militia, appointments, 4:17S, 185-86, 192, 199, 205, 216, 261-63, 273; 

10:874-75, 910, 913, 924. 949, 97.', 

(1764), 4:297-98, 305-306, 307, 316, 366, 100-401, 542-43; 11:20 

(1769), 7:203, 262, 266-67: 12:766 67 

(1770), 7:326, 329, 356, 30S-ii9, 471, 580, 674, 678; 12:780, 788-89, 791, 
807, 811, 828, 835, 905 
militia recruitment order (1762) 3:671-72, 683, 685 
militia reorganization, 7:2f,L', 326. 356, 368, 380, 385, 393-94, 471, 579-80, 

640, 674, 678, 719 
Mohawk land claims and, 7:203, 262; 8:556; 10:759-60 (See also Golden, 

Oadwallader, Canajoharie land claim inquiry; and Colden, Cadwallader, 

Kayaderosserns, supra) 
Mohawk River rumors of Indian attack (1763) and, 4:215 L6: 10:760 957 
Mohegan land claims and, 4:460; 11:259-60 
Moore's death and, 7:17::. 205, 271 

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Index 

Colden, Cadwallader, Moore's return to England, 5:706 

Niagara Congress (1764) and, 4:511-13 

Oneida land sales (1754) and, 9:135-36 

pamphlet (1767) by, 5:661 

portrait, 1:221 

Koyal Proclamation (1763) on legal procedures, 11:630 

salary, 7:357, 380; 12:687 

Schenectady charter and, 4 : 656, 664, 696 

Sears (Isaac) and, 12:772 

Secretaryship appointments, 4:635-37, 638 

Stamp Act and, 4:843-44, 850, S53, 857, 868, 869-70, 882, 883; 5:33-34, 62, 
112-13, 206; 11:921-22, 952-53, 969-70 

summary justice for Indians, 11:346, 368 

as surveyor, 3:307; 7:497, 560, 1094 

trade regulation, 6:610; 7:796, 1130; 12:6S6-S7, 698-99 
licensing, 4:542; 10:9S8; 11:199, 222 
non-importation agreements (1770), 12:822 

Proclamation (1764) opening New York Indian trade, 4:442-44, 513, 
613; 5:495; 11:367-68, 499, 523 

Tryonand, 8:528, 910 

Virginia murders (1763), 10:908-909 

Wappinger land claims and, 11:630-31, 734-36, 8S4-86 

wife's death, 3:611, 614, 738; 10:371-72, 441-42 
Colden, David, 3:230?i; 4:663; 7:410n; 8:715 
Colden, John, 1:245 
Colden and Kelly, 1:764; 2:576; 3:950 

Crown Point (1755) provisions and, 1:526-27, 566-67, 569-71, 581-82, 
609-10, 612, 619, 653-54, 694, 697-704, 724, 761-62 

on Johnson's return from Lake George, 2:367-68 

retirement of Colden, 2:463, 466 

See also Colden, Alexander; Kelly, William 
Coldenham, schoolmaster, 5:801 
Cole, , deserter, 11:661 

Cole, , at Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 13:254 

Cole, , trader, 3:234 

Cole, Edward, lieut. col., 1:867; 2:352; 3:285; 4:27 

(1766), 5:295, 338, 366, 367, 382; 13:396-99, 400-404 

(1767), 5:514, 515, 516, 519, 536, 540, 541, 590, 601, 613, 725; 12:280, 
292 

(1768), 6:127-28, 176-77, 187, 197, 215-16, 229-30, 332, 366-94, 553, 614; 
12:471, 478, 495-96, 513-14, 557 

Gage refusal (1767-68) of, 5:748-55; 6:20, 199, 207 
in Adems accounts (1769), 7:233, 275 
autograph, 4: aw 

Byrne search (1771) and, 8:5, 13, 43 
commissary appointment, 5:77, 80, 94, 278, 289-90, 334, 362; 6:21-22; 

11:537; 12:68n, 70, 74, 76, 81, 82, 83, 84-86, 160 

dismissal 6 : 623 ; 7:205; 12:732 
Croghan expedition (1766) and, 5:146 
at Crown Point Councils (1755), 1:860, 861; 2:12, 15, 16, 24, 39, 47, 55, 

70, 199, 250; 9:229 
death rumored, 5:382; 10:715 
on Detroit provisions (1763), 4:246-48, 521 

fur trade agreement with Van Schaack and Campbell, 4:725-26; 5:290-93 
house purchase from Smallman, 5:369; 12:171; 13:398 
interpreters and, 5:578-79; 12:284; 13:395, 427 
on Maisonville, 5:578 
Miami visit (1766), 12:143-44 
Missouri Indian trade (1767), 13:426 
money sent by, 7:574 
Oswego visit (1759), 13:153, 154 

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painting gift to Johnson, 7:1023-24 

on Pontiac's death, 7:16 

regiment of, 1:666, 865, S77, 878, 881, 883; 9:273 

salary, 5:443; 12:701, 732 

settlement near Johnson Hall, 7:268-69 

trade indemnity request (1765), 11:692 

trade passes, 5:724 

warrant drawn on, 3:302, 329, 331 
Cole (Coale), John, 7:322 

Albany jailer's post applied for, 8:1025, 1027, 1028, 1031, 1038, 1041 
Cole, Oliver, 2:241; 9:279 
Cole, Timothy, artist, 2:xii; 13:xi 
Colel, Timothy, 1:187 

Colhoun, Alexander, l:332n; 2:741; 13:99 
Colhoun, Andrew, 5:435» 
Colin's farm, Quebec, 13:626 
Collaee, F. ,5:169 

Collard, Edward, 1:718, 720, 743 
Collens, John, 8:1050-52, 1124 
Collet, (Corlet), , lieut, 3:90, 91, 92 

Colliam (Mohawk), 8:957 
Collier, Casper, 2:598 
Collier, Isaac: 

commission recommendation (1770), 7:468, 673 

in Indian Affairs accounts, 2:600; 3:168 

Mohawk school and, 10:935-36; 13:300 

Ogilvie prayerbooks and, 3:384; 10:264 
Collier, John, 9:645 
Collingwood, ,10:171 

Collins, , capt., 7:897 

Collins, (carpenter), 6:100, 732 

Collins, Edward, lawyer and Albany Town Major, 1:20, 113n 

Assembly debts to, 1:381 

brother-in-law of, 1:248; 9:50 

Butler land patent (1753) and, 9:100-101 

Canadian prisoner return (1749) and, 9:65-66 

Clinton refusal of commission, 1:148, 150; 13:8 

commission fees received by, 1:153, 185-86 

Corry suit and, 1:22, 25, 26-27; 9:2; 13:6, 7 

election of 1745 and, 1:30 

election of 1750 and, 1:293 

Holland (Hichen) and, 9:51 

Johnson's land purchases (1745) and, 1:451-52, 897 

Livingston lands survey, 3:613-14, 619, 649, 651, 943; 4:113-14, 116, 140. 
Ul-46passim; 10:337, 572, 575, 993-94; 13:276-77 

malpractico affidavits, 1:207, 260, 267-68; 9:37, 57-58, 87, 89, 91, 94 

Negro landowners (1738) and, 1:8; 13:3 

Oswego Commissioners' duties (1752) and, 1:364 

Oswego relief (1748) and, 1:132, 178 

Van Pctie estate and, 1 :362 
Collins, James, 5:554-55; 7:337-38, 571-72 

Schoharie patent map, 7:336 
Collins, John: 

Butler land deed and, 9:100-101 

Caghnawaga. boundary line and, 7:928, 930, 934, 952, 957, 958 

Johnson's Lake Champlain land purchases, 8:415 

New York-Canadian boundary survey, 8:213-14 

Tryon County surveys and, 12:1073 
Collins, Margret, 9:100 
Collins, Thomas, 11:485 
Collinson, Peter, 9:292-93 
Collison, , 6:140; 7:561 

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Index 

Collman, William, 1:195, 196, 218 

Colly, Peggy, 11:487 

Colombia, Cartagena expedition, l:10n, 11-12 

Colombiere, de la, French commandant, 2:21, 23 

Colon, James, 7:352 

Colon, John (Jan Coelon), 1:55, 203, 346 

Colon, Jonas, 7:352 

Col vers, Abner Hawley, 7:432 

Colvers, Elisha Pratt, Jr., 7:432 

Colvers, Samuel Dean, 7:432 

Colville, Alexander, Lord, 3:24?i; 7:840; 10:172 

Saint Johns expedition, 3:879, 880, 894, 897 
Combs, lieut., 1 : 705 
Combes, Paul, 1:235, 336 
Combes, Philip, 2:134, 318 
Comfort, Jacob, 3:90 
Commodore (vessel), 10:790 

Compass, John (Katepakomin-Delaware), 11:459 
Compass, Philip, 3:781 
Compass, Sam (Delaware chief), 12:1100 
Comrie, , in Detroit siege (1763), 13:318 

Conajohare (Onondaga), 10:633 
Conajoharee, see Canajoharie 
Conaways, Maryland, 2:468 
Condoroonda (Oneida sachem), 2:703 
Conduct of the Paxtoners (pamphlet), 4:383 
Condy, Adam, 7:439, 440; 8:988 
Condy, Jesse, 7:439 

Conegochege, see Conococheague, Maryland 
Coner (Cowner), Barnabas, 4:195, 234; 10:808 
Conessarago Indians, see Canaseraga 
Conestoga, 1:921; 2:326 
Barton land at, 7:813 
devastation (1768), 6:238 
Germans of, 8:183 
King claim, 5:702 
school for, 5:403 
Conestoga Indians: 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois Congress (1757) and, 9:729, 734-35 
lands of, 11:225 

massacre (1763), 4:272, 284-85, 299, 306-307, 310, 320, 323-24, 326; 6:82, 
97; 11:31, 32, 34, 38, 53, 55-57, 126, 663n; 12:333 
New Jersey shelter for survivors, 4:358, 366, 368. 377, 391 
New York refusal of entry to survivors, 4:293, 307, 327-28, 343, 357-58; 

11:1-2, 12-13, 17-18, 97 
Pennsylvania condolence (1768) for, 6:92; 12:417, 422, 425 
Conewago, see Kanawagon 

Conferences, Indian, see specific Indian groups and specific meeting -places 
Congalton, Henry, lieut., 4:650; 11:599 
Conidagiasate (Mingo chief), 11:724 
Conin, Peter, see Conyn, Piter 
Conine, Philip, 7:468 

Coninghem, Willem, 8:655 {See also Cunningham, William) 
Conklin, Joseph, 4:258 
Connaduntohas (Mingo chief), 11:724 
Connawagense (Cayuga), 7:583; 8:17 
Connecticut Colony: 

Act for Preventing Encroachments on Indian lands, 11:428 

Cape Breton expedition and, 1:28, 91, 118 

charter, 4:456-61; 7:242n, 363-64, 364m; 10:484, 485, 532; ll:255n 

governor's acount of granting, 11:418-19, 420, 429 
Crown Point expedition (1748), 1:79, 142 

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Crown Point expedition (1755'), 1:468, 472, 502, 513, 518; 9:170 
garrisoning of forts (1756), 2:257, 336, 357 
Lake George battle alert, 9:293 
Lake George request for government instructions, 2:186-88, 253-55, 283; 

9:300; 13:61, 70-72 
provisions, 1:648, 710-11, 859, 872; 2:81, 109, 137, 197, 210, 339 
recruitment, 1:542, 552, 553, 602, 792, 827, 877, 888-89, 894; 2:67, 76, 
91, 105, 146; 9:180; 13:42 
diocese of, 5:781n 

governors of, 7:649n; ll:254n, 25('m, 257ft 
governorship (1769), 6:759 
Hartford Assembly, 1771, 8:S9 

Indian resettlement at Oneida (1774), 12:1037-3S, 1060, 1119; 13:6S,", $4 
Indian school, 4:858; 10:271 (See also Lebanon, Connecticut, Wheeloek 

school at) 
Iroquois Albany Council (1751) and, 9:83 
Johnson's salary and, 10:379-80 
Johnson visit (1768), 12:478 
marriage laws (1774), 12:1078n 

Mohegan land claims, 2:837; 4:375-76, 727-28, 743; 5:27, 463 
Agreement of 1681 on land sales, 11:421-22 
bribe offered Tracy, 5:459-60 

defense of the governor and company (1764), 11:414-30, 483 
English orders (1769), 6:759-60 
sachem election proposal, 6:767-68 
surveys (1683-84), 11:422 
Tracy exposition of, 4:455-61; 11:254-62, 483 
Nahantick Indians grievances, 5:423-26 
New London riots (1769), 7:71-73 
New York boundary and, 8:725 

New York payment (1748) to company enlisted in, 1:129 
pastoral praise of Wheeloek, 3:826 
Pequots and, 4:455-56, 679-80; 5:460 
recruitment (1764), 4:364, 382, 402 
Rogers plot (1768) and, 12:440 
Rogers escape to, 4:302 
runaway slave laws, 4:811, 830, 858 
soil quality, 13:194 
Superior Court, 7:873; 9:93 

Susquehanna Purchase (See Susquehanna Purchase) 
tea importation (1771), 8:72 
Wheeloek school site proposal, 12:1 15 
Connecticut Company, see Susquehanna Company 
Connecticut River, l:536n, 537-38, 607; 11:20 

as boundary between New York and New Hampshire, 1:5.11; 5:23; 11:368 
Mohegan grant upon, 11:416 
Nipmuck Indians on, 4:1.1.1; 11:25.1 
proposal for new government west of, 7:170 
Conner, Francis, 2:305-306 
Conner, Ned, 7:1065 
Conneetohis (Oneida), 9:395 
Conneyegerada (Iroquois), 3:208, 210 
Connins, Peter, see Conyn, Piter 
Connlv, Jeremiah, 7:976 
Connolly, John, rapt., 12:1001, L099 
Connor, Edward, 12:818, 855 
Connor, Franck, 1:187 
Connor, James, 2:543 

scouting trips, 2:263, 279, 283, 292; 9:526 
Connor, Lancester, 7:1106 
Connor, Owen, 12:818, 855 
Connor, Timothy, see O'Connor, Timothy 

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Connossadagah (Onondaga sachem), see Canasatego 

Connowaroherry, see Canowaroghare 

Conococheague, Maryland, 1:751; 2:468; 5:616 

Conochquanie (Oneida sachem), 2:375; 9:215 

Conoghquieson (Oneida chief), see Canaghquiesa 

Conogoncony, 11:487 

Conolly, Dr. Jolin, in Virginian attempt on Fort Pitt, 8:1064, 1153n 

Conoyaway, Sam, 10:692 

Conoys (Canays, Conogs) : 

Chenango resettlement, 11:60, 64-65, 106-107; 12:242, 243 

at Easton Council (1761), 3:518 

expenses, 9:656; 12:759, 803 

Fort Augusta conference (1764), 4:579-83, 610 

at Fort Johnson meetings (April, 1757), 9:697, 718 
(August, 1757), 2:729 

at Fort Stanwix Congress (176S), 6:436; 12:606, 619, 624, 628, 629 

Iroquois neutrality and, 9:934 

at Johnson Hall Susquehannah Indian Congress (Feb. 1764), 11:59, 60-61, 
64-65, 67 

Lancaster Treaty (1762) and, 13:280 

location and numbers (1763), 4:242 

Nanticokes and, 9:633-34 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:481 

recruitment (1757), 9:792, 809 

recruitment (1764), 11:186-87 

Shamokin murders (1763), 10:847, 848, 849, 850, 851 
Constable, Dr. John, 6:221; 8:86; 13:471, 516 

Claus and, 4:381; 6:422; 12:78 

house of, 6:622 

on Johnson's health (1770), 7:381 

land purchases, 7:465 

smallpox inoculations and, 4:617; 6:508-509 
Constantinople, 7:430, 870, 945 

Constitutional Courant (newspapers), 4:850, 855, 857n; 11:953 
Contades, , 3:145w 

Contrecoeur, de, 2:21, 23 

Contre Coeur, 13:623 
Conum, John, 7:463 
Conway, Henry Seymour, gen. : 

Blues regiment of, 7:1075, 1078 

dismissal (1764), 4:421 

frontier murders (1766) and, 5:201, 216, 286 

Illinois colonization and, 5:319-30, 336; 12:136, 140, 178 

Indian Affairs expenditures and, 12:15 

Johnson (John) regiment (1779) and, 8:1215 

Moncrieffe and, 5:32 

as Secretary of State, 4:421n; 5:33, 62; 8:358 

trade limitation to outposts and, 5:244; 12:102, 112 

on Walker (Justice), 5:113-15, 231 

War Office appointment (1765), 11:970 

ivar prospects (1771), 7:1077 
Conyn (Canine, Cornyn), Piter, capt.: 

Albany County division petition, 8:333 

bear skins, 1:235 

bull, 2:575 

at Canajoharie meeting (1763), 4:50, 61 

division of command of, 3:287-88, 296 

garrisoning of Indian forts, 2:222, 597; 9:264 

on gates over highways, 4:610 

justice appointment 'lists, 2:782; 3:609, 622, 643, 651, 737, 750: 12:768, 
783, 793 

on jury in Indian murder case (1747), 1:112 

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land affairs, 4 : 92 

Marsh and, 11:71 

oath of allegiance, 8:655 

payment of, 3:162, 369 

Quackinbush account, 11 : 624 

recruiting (1758), 2:819 

smith work, 9 : 646 
Coo, John (Blacksmith), 1:726 
Coof, James, 4:154; 11:433 
Coof, Sarah, 4:154; 11:433 
Cook, , maj. f 2:698 

Cook, George, 6:700 

Cook, John (Seneca chief), see White Mingo 
Cook, Mathew, see Kough, Mathew 
Cook, Sarah, 4:159 
Cook, Thomas, 1:257 
Cooke, Henry, 2:108, 110 
Cooke, Rev. ,5:430 

Coole (Indian), 5:666 
Cooley, Peter, 3:634; 6:771; 10:248 
Coon, Betty, 4:160 
Coon, Elizabeth, 11:490 
Cooper, , 7:122 

Cooper, Jacob, 2:589 
Cooper, John, 4:375 
Cooper, John, Jr., 4:375 
Cooper, Eev. Dr. Myles, 5:408, 439 

Babcock and, 8:857 

Brown and, 6:75, 457 

Chandler and, 5:835, 841 

English mission, 8:381 

Griffith and, 7:249; 8:1 

on Convention of the Clergy (1766), 5:430-31, 434, 454-55, 487-88 
(1767), 5:780-81 

Hanna and, 8:99 

Inglis and, 7:544, 692, 695, 696, 746, 761; 8:277, 279, 300, 541, 553, 621 

Johnson's offer of land for an episcopate, 5:837 

Johnson vis-it (1766), 5:236, 407 

King's College presidency, 5:ix, 217 

portrait, 8:620 

quit rents and, 8:541. 553 

Seabury and, 5:781, 800, 838-39, 842-43; 6:11-12, 17, 78, 456; 7:212 
Cooper, Peter, Jr., 8:655 
Cooper, Samuel, 4:375 
Cooper, Solomon, 4:375 
Cooper, Thomas, 4:575 
Cooper, William, 2:28n 

Coote, Richard, see Bellomont, Richard Coote, Earl of 
Coote, Sir Eyre, col., 4:120«. 
Cope, col., 1:12 
Cope, Mrs., 1:58 
Cork (slave), 13:553 
Cork, Ireland, 1:74; 4:9."., 217; 10:885 
Cork, John, 5:257 
Cormick, Cezar, 10:692-94 
Corn, 1:123; 2:468, 783; 5:565, 642, 646, 716, 783; 7:74; 8:148, 165; 9:554; 

12:254, 742 

Adems accounts, 6:502, 510, 511 

Campbell accounts, 5:549; 6:533 

Canadian shortage (1758), 2:786 

cattle damages (1760), 3:218 

Corry shipment (1756), 2:475, 476 

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Index 

Corn, 

cultivation of, 3:496, 501; 13:183 
disbursement : 

(1767), 12:344, 345, 371 
(1768), 12:644, 656, 666, 670, 735 
(1769), 6:709, 742; 7:14; 12:726, 736, 738 
(1770), 12:801, 867 
(1771), 12:921, 924; 13:710 
(1773), 13:717 
Egyptian, 7:645 

harvest failure (1765), 11:783-84, 813, 817, 870 
(1767), 12:344, 345 

(1768), 12:656, 688, 717, 718, 726, 735, 736 
(1773), 12:1026 
harvesting times, 13:210 
Illinois cultivation, 5:322-23 
Indian women's work, 13:188 
Johnson Hall inventory (1774), 13:662 
laborers' rations (1756), 9:458 
miller charges (1770), 7:661-63 
New Jersey, 5:565; 7:795 
Niagara planting (1766), 12:44, 69, 96 
Oswego relief (1756), 9:401-402 
Pennsylvanian, 8:183; 13:183 
prices : 

(1755-59), 2:579, 628, 636; 3:170; 9:703 
(1760), 13:181, 193 

(1767), 5:575, 611, 626, 725, 798; 7:559 
(1768), 6:485 
(1769), 6:682, 683; 12:735 
(1770), 7:372, 802, 807 
(1771), 12:901, 924, 926 
(1772), 12:947, 1003, 1016 
(1773), 12:1021 
(1774), 8:1096 
rum in payment for, 9:631, 638 
squirrel damages (1767), 12:286 
storage, 13:191, 194 

Stringer shipment (1769), 6:707-708, 756 
Virginia, 11:583 

Warren estate, 13:2, 3, 4, 5, 28, 29 
Cornbury, Edward Hyde, Lord, 4:838; 11:924 
Corn Cob (Shawnee), see Keightighqua 
Cornee, capt., 1:259 
Cornee, Daniel, 7:479 
Cornel, Thomas, 2:161, 167; 13:57-58 
Cornelia (vessel), 11:695 
Cornelius (Caghnawaga), 11:659 

Cornelius (Kaghnearase — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:176 
Cornelius (Wadoriadeghdo — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:176 
Cornelius (Delaware), 11:847 
Cornelius (Mahican), 2:371-72; 9:211-12 

on Montreal expedition, 10:183; 13:177 
Cornelius (Mohawk), 8:955, 965; 12:532 

on Montreal expedition (1760), 10:180; 13:173 
Cornelius (Mohawk, d.1750), 9:61 
Cornelius (Tuscarora), 10:948, 959 

Corn Milk (Onondaga Indian), 1:536; 2:679-80; 9:631-32, 656, S03 
Cornoct, Jelles, 3:151 

Cornplanter (Seneca chief ), 2: 665m; 9:585w; 13:229m 
Cornstalk (Shawnee) see Keightighqua 
Cornu, Pieter, 1:76-77; 7:1106 
Cornue, Daniel, 7:1107 

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Cornwallis, Frederick (Archbishop of Canterbury), 7:589, 693 

Corporation in England for Propagating the Gospel in New England, Boston 

Commissioners of, 12:912-13, 918-19, 928, 929 
Corporation for the Relief of Widows and Children of Deceased Clergy-men of 

the Church of England in America, 7:248, 280-81, 282, 518 
Correll, Hendrik, 7:1107 

Corrinah (Raven King, Cherokee chief), 12:393-94 
Corry, capt., 2:33 

Corry, Miss ,4:64 

Corry, Mrs. Catherine (widow of William), 4:105, 107 
Corry, Isaiah, 4:131 
Corry, John, 13:502 
Corry, Ralph, maj., 3:669 
Corry (Curry), William: 

on Albany election of 1751, 1:358-59 

on Albany judicial appointments, 2:732 

on Albany politics (1761), 3:377, 385 

on Albany trial between Emerson and Vanderpool, 2:475-76 

on Albany trials for rum trade with Indians, 2:496-98 

on British troop movements, 2:493-94, 495, 666-67; 3:338, 907-908 

on Burton, 4:67 

Carden and, 3:627 

death of, 4:104, 105, 107, 115, 117 

debt collection of, 4:44, 48, 78 

Duncan and, 10:615 

on Forbes, 3 : 5 

on Fort William Henry, 2:481 

Indian expenses, 2:618; 3:167 

on Johnson's building plans (1763), 4:28-29 

Johnson's legal action against, 1:16-18, 25, 26-27; 9:2, 58; 13:6, 7 

Kinderhook justice of the peace and, 9:136-37 

Kloek trial for ejectments, 3:645, 646, 649-52, 737-38, 745, 916-17, 955; 
4:115, 117; 10:642 

land holdings, 3:944; 4:658, 792 

on Loudoun and Shirley, 2:471-72 

on Major Mathews, 2:493, 530; 3:907 

on Martinique expedition, 3:667-69 

on military situation (1759), 3:128-29 
(1762), 3:982 

on naval battles, 3:47-48 

Oswego correspondence | 17."!)), 13:125 

on Pitt's resignation, 3:591-92 

Silvester and, 4:203, 220 

Smith and, 4:286 

on supply shortages, 2:530-31 

Van Eps widow and, 4:7-8 

Wagoners' desertion (1755), 1:873 

warning Johnson mi dangers from Indians, 2:487-88 
Corry 's Rush, 8:80, 88, 107 
Corsa, Isaac, 2:895« 

on Niagara campaign, 3:99, 100 

Westchester company of, 1:518; 2:40n 
Corsica, 7:97, 157 
Corts, Johannis, 3:750; 12:783 
Cosby, Mrs. Grace : 

on American business affairs, 4:767 

death of, 6:469 

Kelly interest in hinds of, 3:.",:::, 588, 608 

land purchases and rents (1768), 6:440 U, 62] 636 

manor lands sale to DeLancey, 3:111. 608, 633, 640. 645, 656. 731, 828; 
4:627, 851, 864; 5:15, 270; 10:438 
Johnson power of attorney, 4:94, 627; 5:31; 10:438; 12:996 

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Cosby, Mrs. Grace, 

mortgages, 4:204-205, 627, 633, 681 

neighboring patents, 6:42; 12:686, 703-704, 705-706, 794, 894-95; 

13:273-74 
survey, 4:855, 860; 10:492 

mining interests, 4:324 

Shuckburgh interest in estate, 6:469, 534, 549 

will of, 5:546 

Williams (Charles) and, 3:598, 682; 4:850 
Cosby, William, capt., 1:331, 455?i 

insanity, 4 : 740 ; 5 : 270 ; 6 : 470 

land near Canajoharie, 3:398; 4:840, 850; 11:944, 973 

return to England, 9:89-90 
Cosby, Gov. William: 

Hardenbergh patent and, 6:738 

land grant, 3:873, 944 

Mohawk land claims and, 3:610; 8:568-69, 685, 937n, 958-59, 993-94 

son of, l:455n; 6:470 

will of, 6:470 
Cosby, Fort, 2:33 
Oosgriff, Hugh, 3:373 
Cosin, Joseph, 4:159; 5:153 
Cosmer, Casper, corporal, 6:526 
Cossans, (Jamaica visitor), 7:22, 27-28, 43 

Cost, George, 9:396 

Coton de Moilly (Shawnee chief), 4:761, 764 
Cotrell, Mary, 4:154; 11:433 
Cotsford, William, 13:94 
Cotter, James, 7:919; 12:818, 960, 988 
Cottgrave, John, 8:320-23, 424-25, 488; 13:597, 606 
Cottice, Samuel, 12:242 
Cottrell, Stephen, 6:735 
Cottrell, Thomas, lieut., 4:64; 10:630 
Couagne (Cangine, Coughny, de Coine, Dequoney), Jean Baptiste de, 3:147n, 

903; 6:488; 8:212 

Albany imprisonment and escape (1757), 2:746-49; 9:830-31; 13:100 

Andrews (Collin) and, 3:671; 4:247 

autograph, 9:xi 

blacksmith tools and, 5:226 

Canadian correpondence (1757), 2:723 

blindness, 8:774 

Butler (Thomas) and, 2:700; 9:663 

Canadian invitation (1757), 9:721 

at Chippewa conference (Johnson Hall, June, 1765), 4:786; 11:769, 819 

Clinton introduction (1751) of, 1:325 

colonial administration of trade and, 7:89 

on Dalyell Detroit action (1763), 10:790-91 

on Detroit provision train harassment (1763), 4:217; 10:936-37 

Detroit siege (1763) and, 4:148, 194-95 

on Detroit threats of Indian attack (1769), 12:723 

drafts, 3:886, 892; 4:44, 207, 280, 825; 7:340, 370, 850; 12:427 

on Flatheads, 5:1 

on Fox Indian at Niagara (1764), 4:423 

French information (1758), 9:907, 915-16 

French threats of attack (1756), 9:557, 558 

Indian return of deserters to, 3:925, 957-5S; 4:492; 11:196; 13:280-81 

on Lake Erie shipwreck, 4:200; 10:812 

liquor trade, 3:719, 747, 752, 793, 811; 10:684 

Lydius and, 1:325; 9:79 

Miamis and, 4:786; 11:811, 832 

Missisaugas and, 4:617; 10:955; 13:129 

Montour Niagara journey (1764) and, 11:198 

on Niagara Carrying Place attack (Sept. 1763), 10:815, 816, 884 

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on Niagara command (1766), 5:115-16 

at Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:454, 460; 13:228, 230, 233, 235, 
237, 240, 266, 267 

at Niagara French surrender (1759), 13:118, 119-20, 154 

Niagara pilots (1760), 10:169-70 

on Niagara provisions, 4:510 

on Niagara threats of Indian attack (1763-64), 4:134-35, 137-38, 217, 422 

Niagara trade and, 3:258; 4:316, 523; 10:470, 684, 907, 908 

on Niagara woodcutting party massacred (1763), 4:236; 10:921-22 

Oswegatchie attack plans (1759), 13:145 

Pollard and, 6:497 

present disbursement, 4:134; 10:333, 684; 11:613 

Boberts and, 5:339 

on Eogers, 4:260 

Pontiac messages (1765), 4:786; 11:831, 899, 906, 907, 940 

salary, 3:978; 10:637 

Seneca visit (1764), 4:492; 11:196, 213 
(1767), 5:723 
(1769), 6:750-51, 777 

Seneca visits to Niagara and, 4:286, 427; 11:1 

Solomon dispute (1762), 3:671 

on traders murdered near Lake Erie (1763), 10:723 

Van Alstine child and, 10:193 

Van Schaack power of attorney, 4:578, 59S 

Wabbicommicot and, 4:134, 786; 10:907-908, 937 

"Wade and Keiuser trade expedition and, 7:739, 740, 775 

on Wilkins excursion, 4:219, 255 
Couagne, Miss La Rat de, 4 : 790 
Coudie, Adam, 12:676 
Cougar, David, 5:782 
Coughlan, Daniel, 1:20, 21; 9:3 

Coulon de Jumonville, see Jumonville, Joseph Coulon de Villiers 
Coulter, Alexander, 3:720-21 
Counce, Casper, 8:334 
Counce, Johannis, 8:334 
Countreyman, ,1:70 

Coupee, 10:822 
Cour de Serf, Le, 5:654, 828 

Cournoyer (Cousnoyer), , in Niagara surrender, 10:124; 13:1.14 

Courtemanche, ,2:20, 22 

Courtland, ,3:946 

Courtnay, Hugh, 8:414-15; 12:819 
Cous, Frederick, see Koose, Frederick 
Coutawainy (Ottawa chief), 5:729 
Coventry, George, capt., 3:897n, 960?i; 10:439 

Albany wagon service (1758) and, 10:50, 51 

NiagaT-a settlement plans, 10:270 
Coventry (ship), 5:103n, 269, 783 
Covunna (Cherokee), 5:832 
Cowaha (Indian), 11:75-76 
Cowcakc (Oneida), 4:165-66 
Coweghie (Oneida Indian), 1:739 
Cowes, England, 13:180 
Coweta Indians, 12:56 
Cowly, , farm (173S) of, 13:2 

Cowner, Barnabas, see Concr, Barnabas 
Cox, , in Adems accounts, 13:598, 615, 616 

Cox, , fur trader, 13:231 

Cox, Ebenezer, 7:667; 8:334, L209 
Cox & Drummond, 7:926, 1091, 1092; 8:93, 57S 

Coxe, Daniel, trade loss petition (1768), 6:477-78, 580; 12:618, 619, 620 
Coxe, John: 

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Coxe, John, 

land grant appeal, 6:572-73; 12:980 
trade losses, 4:264, 270; 12:595, 702 
Coxe, William, 5:358, 359, 361, 362 
Coxsackie (Coatsackie, Coksacky, Coxsakie) : 
justices of the peace (1770), 7:467; 12:781 
militia recommendations (1770), 7^:448, 449, 467-69, 673, 679 
militia reorganization (1767), 12:319 
Road Act (1770) and, 7:596 
Coyaderoseras patent, see Kayaderosseras patent 
Covhies, see Coheis 
Coylar, Isack, 1:98 
Cozzens, Leonard, 1:355 
Cozzens, William, 1:270-71 
Craane, George, see Croghan, George 
Crage, Robert, 2:89 

Craig, Mr. and Mrs. ,1:58,128 

Craig, John, 1:98 
Craig, William, 3:847 
Craige, ,1:84 

Craigg, ,1:42 

Crailo, Fort, 1:623« 
Cram (Indian), 3:596, 598; 10:351 
Cramahe, Hector Theophilus: 

Aughquisasne affairs and, 7:958; 12:1027 

Oaghnawaga French settlers and, 8:188-89, 210 

Canadian Indian Affairs Superintendency proposal (1772), 8:525-28 

Claus Canadian journey (1773) and, 13:618, 621, 622, 624, 627 

Huron- Jesuit land claims (1773), 13:627, 629, 630, 631 

liquor trade protests and, 12:972 

Quebec lieutenant-governorship, 12:972?i 

Rogers trial, 6:259, 260, 288-89; 12:568, 612-13 

Seneca murders of Frenchmen on Lake Ontario (1773), 8:923-24; 

12:1026-37 
trade regulations copy (1767), 13:422-24 
Cramer, Samuel, 1:271-73, 323 
Cramp, , 10:885 

Cranbury, New Jersey, 10:164 
Crane, Haniss (Mohawk), 2:667 
Crane, Lodowick, 3:649; 4:146 
Cranisse (Oneida), 9:773 
Cranz, David, 6:69 

Cratzinberger (Critzenberger), Coenraet, 3:428, 634 
Craven, Charles, maj., 2:541-42, 545-46 
Craven, Mary, 11:487 
Crawford, (saddler), 8:754, 7S1 

Crawford (Crawfoot), lieut., 3:60, 67, 74, 75, 78, 84 

Crawford, Hugh, 5:395, 400; 6:6; 12:208, 402 

account of Indian losses (1763), 5:134-35; 12:63-64 

commissary recommendation, from Rogers, 12:120-21 

Fort Stanwix Congress and, 12:607, 621-22 

Frazer-Pontiac meeting (1765). 4:799-800, 816 

on French-Indian intrigue (1763), 10:640 

at Harris Ferry-Lancaster Congress (1757), 9:728, 732 

at Iroquois-Cherokee peace conference (1767), 12:394 

Hay and, 5:345, 369 

orders for Indian goods (1766), 5:250, 251, 254, 275-76, 298-299, 312 

Pollard and, 5:295, 296-97 

Pontiac escort to Oswego (1766), 5:68, 10S, 279, 289, 338, 362, 409 

12:116, 127 
Shawnee scalping raid (1762) and, 10:456-57 
taken prisoner (1763). 10:686 
Crawford, William, capt., 12:1097 

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Crawley, James, 2:859 

Crean, John, 4:374 

Creassy, James (surveyor), 12:980, 1006 

Greek Indians, 1:378; 7:253 

Charles Town murders, 4:297, 395 

Cherokees and, 3:356; 4:304, 315-1(3; 5:234; 7:1016; 8:349, 1044, 10S6, 
1118; 12:99, 360 

Fort Duquesne expedition (1758) and, 2:S11 

Choetaws and, 4:304, 315, 784-85, 1131-32; 8:58, 143, 519, 820, 843, 1044, 
1086; 11:803, 830, 872 

French cession of Louisiana and Florida and, 4:206-67 

Georgia cessions, 4:304 

hostilities (1764), 4:304, 315, 329 

Iroquois and, 1:387-88; 8:407, 419, 1086, 1104, 1118 

King (Thomas) and, 8:247 

Long Cane Eiver massacre and, 11:15 

numbers (1766), 12:56-57 

recruitment of, 2:828; 10:950 

schools for, 5:343 

Shawnees and, 7:722; 8:1044, 1085, 1086, 1104; 12:872-73, 1088 

Stuart conferences', 11:803; 12:360 

Taylor conference (1766), 12:239 

threat of uprising (1774), 8:1044, 1083-86, 1104, 1118, 1167 

West Florida settlement and, 8:143, 160-61 

West Florida war on, 5:493-94 
Creeley, Larrance, 1:195, 196 
Creitz, Han Ury (George), 6:771; 12:819 

naturalization, 7:352, 1084-85 

wheat purchases, 7:663 
Creitz, Timothy, 10:248 

Creitzenberger, Conradt, 3:428, 634; 6:771; 10:248; 12:819 
Cremar, Peter, 3:163; 10 : 75 
Cremche, George, see Croghan, George 
Cresap, Daniel, 4:6, 69; 10:573-74 
Cresap, Michael, capt., 8:834-35 

Iroquois treaty (1766), 5:458, 469, 507; 12:236, 277-78, 292 

Indian murders (1774), 8:1164, 1167, 1177, 1178-79, 1182; 12:1095-99, 
1100, 1102, 1114-17; 13:666, 670, 676 
Cresap (Cressap, Crisip, Cressop), Thomas, col., 1:359; 2:650, 654; 9:75 

Indian conferences (1767), 12:382 

Maryland authorization of Iroquois trade (1762), 10 : ~>7 I 

Bedstone Creek trade and, 6:19, 70 
Cressonniere, La, 2:20, 22 

Crisp, Betsey, 8:352 

Crissman, (Oneida trader), 2:664 

Crofford, Hugh, see Crawford, Eugh 
Crofton, Howard & McCracken, 7:489 
Croghan, George, 2:438, 545-46, 688, 758, 770, 784; 4:254, 643; 5:162, 442; 

6:41, 175, 300; 10:007, 012, 870; 13:346, 347 

Adems and, 6:502; 13:560, 561 

Adolphus account and, 8:950, 1023 

Andrews and, 7:253 

autograph, 1:1 

biographical sketch, 2:28n 

bond (1770) to Banyar, 12:821 

Bouquet and, 4:611 

with Braddock, 1:637, 752, 772; 2:30; 10:S24; 11:751 

Bradstreet and, 6:781-82; 7:537, 656, 659, 771, 773, 788; 12:747, 821 

Byrne and, 6:329 

Caghnawaga-Oanasadaga conference (1761), 3:565; 10:302-305, 307, 309n, 
445-49 

on Canadian victory, 3:267 

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Index 

Croghan, George, 

Canajoharie conference (1759) and, 3:29-30 

Canajoharie church and, 6:732, 757 

Canajoharie dispute (1756) with British officers, 9:545, 548 

Canajoharie suit (1769) against Hartwick, 12:703 

Cayuga French information (1756) and, 9:539 

Chenundadies and, 10 : 147 

Chew and, 6:730; 7:1 

Chippewa Congress (Johnson Hall, July, 1768), 12:558 

Cole accounts and, 5:748-49, 751, 753-55; 6:20, 127-28, 197, 554; 13:397-99 

commissary dismissals, 6:633 

commissary recommendations (1766), 5:32, 35, 76-77, 109, 110, 135 

companion murdered (1766), 12:130, 142 

Conestoga massacres and, 12:425 

copper interests, 6:671-72, 712; 7:56 

court of inquiry (1771), 8:344 

daughter's marriage, 8:313n 

debtor accounts (anonymous, 1769) against, 7:31, 34 

on Delaware prisoners (1764), 4:421 

Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo conference (Fort Pitt, Dec. 1767), 13:437, 444-46 

Denny debt, 3:387; 10:255, 257, 306 

Detroit gunsmith and, 4:181 

Detroit Indian Conference (1760), 3:276, 323, 359, 360; 10:198-206 

Detroit land grants and, 8 : 178, 224 

Detroit surrender of Indian prisoners (1767), 5:630, 659, 660, 725 

Detroit surrender by Picote de Belletre (1761) and, 3:310, 316 

Detroit traders' petition (1767) and, 5:813, 815; 6:113 

Detroit siege (1763) and, 10:686, 727-28, 766 

McDonald account, 10:736-45, 776 
Douw and, 6:641 
early rising, 4:267 
Easton Council (1758) and, 2:752, 753, 754; 3:33-34, 214 

Pennsylvania-Iroquois land deed, 10:47, 48, 54 

preparations, 2:813, 816, 833, 839, 842, 851, 852, 854, 855, 878, 890, 
896; 9:893, 894, 951-52, 954-55, 964, 967, 969, 970; 10:4 
at Easton Council (1762), 3:761, 771, 777-78, 783; 10:395, 396 
Farrel and, 5:135-36 

financial difficulties (1770), 7:477-78, 651, 668 
on Forbes Indian relations, 10:90-92, 103 
on forcible settlement and Indian resentment, 5:560-61, 573, 737; 12:111, 

133, 166, 374 
Fort Chartres doctor's appointment, 5:519 
Fort Chartres Indian conference (1766), 5:369 
Fort Chartres occupation and, 11:516-17 
Fort Chartres trade and, 5:578; 13:426-27 

appointment (1766) to install commissary system, 12:16, 18-19, 23, 28, 
34, 37, 48-49, 68, 84, 85, 260 

appointment instructions, 12:74, 76, 79, 80-83 

commissary appointments (1768), 12:584-85 

report (Jan. 1767) to Johnson, 13:406-15 
Fort Duquesne attack (T.758) and, 3:3-4 
Fort Duquesne Indian meeting, 3:487 
Fort Edward defense (1756) and, 9:550, 552 
Fort Herkimer attack (1758) and, 9:876, 878 
on Fort Pitt abandonment, 8:671-72 
Fort Pitt instructions (1769), 7:221, 257, 263, 314, 656 
Fort Pitt land frauds and, 7:685 
Fort Pitt rental, 8:593, 671 
Fort Stanwix Congress (1768) and, 6:316-17, 444-45, 507; 12:524, 527, 

622, 623, 624, 625, 627, 666 
Franklin (William) and, 11:969, 970; 12:511 
French bounty (1750) on, 1:303 
French and Indian War recruitment (1756), 9:537-38, 542 

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French land grant purchase proposal (1766), 5:127, 128-30, 196-97 

French offer to aid Illinois Indians against English (1771), 8:339-40 

French threats of attack, 2:791-93, 820; 10:131, 133, 134, 174, 179; 13:103 

on frontier outrages, 5:181-82; 7:853, 872; 12:137; 13:406-407, 413 

Gage instructions on Indian land, 5:226, 243 

Gage orders to Fort Pitt (1765), 11:516, 519-20 

at German Flats meeting (1756), 9:518 

on German Flats raid (1757), 2:757; 9:854-63, 865, 866 

German Flats trade and, 2:778 

Great Carrying Place defense (1756), 9:511-12 

half brother, ll:169n 

Halifax and, 4:248-50, 339, 363 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois Congress (1757), 2:752, 753, 754; 9:595- 

96, 607, 608-10, 614, 624-25, 719, 727-65 

report to Johnson, 9:770-72, 782, 827 
Hay and, 5:618-21, 637-38, 643-44, 687-89, 702-703, 815; 7:78, 197-98, 702 
Hurons and, 3:496; 10:560-61 

Hutchins tour of the Great Lakes and, 10:452, 453, 521, 543, 706 
ill health, 5:462, 473; 12:177, 235, 680, 821 

gout, 7:78, 92, 314, 374, 388, 487, 529, 568, 631-32, 855; 12:774 
Illinois colonization proposals, 4:886-89; 5:37-38, 196-97; 12:727-28 
Illinois expedition (1765), 4:625-26, 640-41, 646, 706-707, 741, 760, 767, 

770, 793, 832, 836, 837, 850, 862; 5:22; 11:536-37, 542-43, 569-70, 604, 

664-65, 814, 833-34, 844, 867-68 

arrival, 5:68; 11:877, 880, 881, 882-83, 896, 919-20; 12:16 

Fort Pitt Indian conference, 4:774; 11:647, 723-34, 736-38, 769, 791, 
798, 810, 823, 840, 842, 862 

Fraser journey and, 4:774, 777, 809; 11:541, 560-61, 647, 790, 804, 810, 
833, 868, 881, 882-83, 899-90, 904 

French view of, 4:762, 765 

Indian capture of, 4:742, 762n, 792, 816, 823-24, 825, 828; 5:482, 559; 
11:836-43, 845-47, 853, 854-55, 871, 872, 877, 884, 892-93, 897, 904- 
905, 906, 913, 915; 12:54; 13:408 

instructions, 11:628-30, 633-34, 645, 647, 726 

Ohio Indian forces escorting, 4:774, 785-86, 869, 873; 5:45; 11:774, 
776, 790, 798, 810, 831 

Pontiac encounter and Detroit conferences, 4:847-48, 849, 852, 858, 859; 
11:743, 839, 882-83, 899, 938-39, 940, 943, 954, 958, 962 

return, 4:860; 5:8, 10; 11:958, 960-61, 962, 964, 967-70; 12:8 
Illinois expedition (1766), 5:17-20, 68-69, 76, 80, 92, 108, 111, 120, 123, 
146, 200, 201, 216, 225, 228, 239-40, 278, 289, 305 

expenses in Cole accounts, 13:397-99 

report to Johnson (January, 1767), 13:406-15 

treaty, 5:469, 486; 12:143-44, 176-77, 238, 264; 13:407-408, 414-15 
Illinois Indian Affairs plan of management, 11:628-29, 798 

as Indian Affairs Deputy Agent, 3:604-605, 861, 920; 4:111 

appointment (1750), 9:470-71, 490, 538; 11:891 

commissary regulation duties, 12:413, 534; 13:424 
Indian Affairs resignation tentatives: 

(1763), 4:208; 10:823-27, 858-59, 882 

(1765), 4:767, 770; 11:798 

(1766), 5:196; 13:388 

(1767), 5:473, 485, 488, 489, 515, 525; 12:276 

(1771), 8:259, 262, 286, 292-93, 308, 344, 350, 491 
Indian Affairs staff reduction (1762) and, 10:560 
on Indian Affairs Western Division, 3:549, 551-52, 574 
on Indian boundary line, 3:391; 4:76, 212, 363, 463; 5:560-61; 6:129-30, 

137, 185; 7:16n, 78, 112-13; 10:810; 12:392, 405, 462, 473-74, 520; 

13:325 
Indian expenses: 

(1756), 2:638, 642, 644 

(1757), 9:657: 10:824 

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Index 

Croghan, George, 

(1759), 10:92, 134, 139 

(1761), 3:300-301, 329-30, 331-32, 345-46, 505, 550-51, 573, 581, 597, 

600, 601; 10:244-45, 318, 354 
(1762), 3:605, 733, 821-22, 824, 858-61, 965; 10:452, 459-60, 472-73, 

475, 488, 824 
(1763), 4:222, 255; 10:914 
(1764), 4:520; 11:37; 13:326 

(1765), 4:648, 665-66, 701, 702, 703-704, 705, 707, 712-16, 738, 768, 
787-88, 830, 838, 850, 855, 858, 870, 872, 873, 879; 11:543-44, 576, 
578-80, 626, 627, 634, 681, 687, 694, S44, 959, 968; 12:16 
charges (1765) of dishonesty, 4:706-707, 711, 717-18, 721, 729-30, 732- 
33, 734, 735, 737, 738, 760, 767, 770, 778-79, 880-81; 5:44, 536; 
11:661, 704, 712, 71S, 746, 751, 776, 785, 798, 799, 968 
(1766), 5:69, 75-76, 78-79, 93-94, 109, 146-47, 155, 203, 225, 243, 262- 

65, 275, 307, 409, 411; 12:68, 74, 79; 13:389-90 
Baynton, Wharton and Morgan bills (1766), 5:196, 270-71, 304-305, 
333, 362, 365, 369, 386-87, 396; 12:149, 164, 181, 207, 213, 235, 239, 
264, 265; 13:387-88, 389, 395 
(1767), 5:468, 474, 501, 536, 540, 541, 590, 601, 613, 700, 720, 850-51; 

6:38-39; 12:264-66, 324 
(1768), 6:83, 86-87, 100, 312, 314-15, 331-32; 12:423-24, 427, 556 
(1769), 7:10, 95, 219 
(1770), 7:487, 526, 555, 568, 653, 668-69, 855-56, 872, 911, 1121; 

12:804, 814 
(1771), 8:70, 111, 259, 286, 320, 344, 350; 12:902, 920, 925 
losses by Indians (1766), 5:214, 559 
payment of Indian deputies, 5:486, 503 
Indian indemnities, 5:38-39; 7:528, 591, 631, 650-51, 659, 668; 10:824; 

12:278, 594, 620 
Indian recruitment (1758), 9:908-909, 931, 936, 940, 942 
Indian smiths and, 3:449-50, 551, 552, 573-74, 965; 5:649 
Iroquois-Cherokee peace treaty (March, 1768), 12:461, 462, 472, 473 
Johnson visit (Aug., 1763), 13:297, 298 

Johnson (John) English voyage (1765) and, 11:964-65, 979-S1 
Jones (David) and, 8:618, 619 
journal, 4:741; 5:10, 37; 12:266; 13:433-46 
justice appointment lists (1770), 12:769, 784, 792 
Lancaster Treaty (1762) and, 3:827, 828, 873-75, 913-14, 921, 940; 10:498- 

99, 537, 538, 539, 543, 553-54, 559, 560, 566, 651-52; 13:280 
land purchases, 5:540, 631, 685-86, 702; 6:103, 123, 617, 767; 7:153, 239, 
304, 487n, 529; 12:754, 767, 788 

English ratification of grants to, 6:757-58; 7:82, 109, 112-13, 216, 496, 
521, 537 
land sales, 6:596-97, 629; 7:335-36, 475, 477-78, 527-28, 568, 575, 653, 668, 

690, 1132; 8:1126; 12:794 
Lee (Charles) offer for Mohawk lands (1764), 13:328-29, 330 
in London, 4:339-42, 362-63, 396-99, 419-22, 462-65, 501-502 
return to America, 11:347-48, 357, 361, 481, 555; 12:520 
Loudoun and, 2:562, 565, 724, 762, 767 
McDougal and, 4:687, 716 
McKee (Alexander) accounts (1765-66), 5:100-102; 11:646, 654-55; 

13:381-82 
McKee (Alexander) appointment (1762) and, 3:875; 10:520, 543, 546-48, 

560, 596, 598; 11:397 
McKee journal and, 7:182, 183 

Maisonville and, 5:724-25, 736, 802-803; 11:646; 12:372-73 
mason recommended by, 7:567. 572, 690 
medical aid for Johnson from, 5:85-86; 6:552-53 
Miami embassy (1765) to. 11:841, 982 
missionaries and, 8:1065 

at Mohawk conference (Fort Johnson, Jan., 1758), 13:104 
Mohawk recruitment (1756) by Canaghguasse, 9:488-89 

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on Monckton conference (1760) with Western Indians, 3:26S 

Montour and, 3:923; 4:272,- 10:139, 148-49 

Moore visit (1768), 6:504 

in Mortier account, 8:506 

in New Orleans (1766), 5:422, 458, 362, 468 

Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761) and, 3:332, 346, 354, 468, 470, 474, 495, 

500-501, 524, 549-51; 5:3; 10:218, 231-32, 316, 322; 13:229, 246, 249, 

251, 253, 258, 261 
Ohio colonization plans and, 8:671, 678, 1126; 12:816, 1047 
Ohio Indian conferences (Fort Pitt, 1760), 3:208-17, 237, 242, 293-94 
Ohio Indian mission instructions (1764), 11:397-9S 
Ohio Indian conferences (Fort Pitt, Oct., 1773), 12:1047-52 
Ohio River traders murdered (1767), 5:686-87, 710; 12:367, 415 
at Oneida conference (Fort Johnson, Sept., 1757), 9:835, 842, 847 
Oneida land claims and^ 6:450 
Oneida visit (Oct., 1757), 2:748 
Ormsby and, 11:362» 
Oswego correspondence (1759), 13:146 
Oswego fall and, 2:554 
Oswego scout trip (1758), 9:914-15, 918 
Ottawa-French plot (1762) intelligence, 10:534-35 

Ouiatanon Indian conference (July, 1765), 11:847-50, 899-90, 962; 12:22-23 
Paxtoners and, 4:706-707, 840; 6:169-70; 11:634-36, 643-45, 663-65, 680-81, 

712, 718, 968; 12:16, 482 
Penn (Thomas) and, 11:126, 347-48 
Pennsylvania Indian Treaty (1756) and, 2:402 
Pennsylvania invitation (1761) to Western Indians, 10:213, 231, 300-301, 

307 
Pennsylvania mission (1756), 2:657-59, 738, 743; 9:678 
Pennsylvania unpopularity (1766), 12:43 
Philadelphia Traders' Memorial on losses sustained in the Indian Wars, 

4:264-66, 267-70, 272, 545 
Pittsburgh traders' petition, 6:19-20 

Pontiac conference (Fort Ontario, 1766), 5:108-109; 12:22, 28-29, 80, 128 
Pontiac Fort Chartres conference plans (1766), 5:91; 12:48, 70, 76, 79, 80 
Pontiac message (1765), 11:517 
Pontiac on, 2:771 

Pownall (John) and, 4:251, 340, 363, 398, 419, 420-21 
Pownall (Thomas) and, 4:255, 340; 7:288 

on present disbursement, 10:1. ".1-32, 134-35, 138, 149-50, 548-49, 597-98, 652 
Presque Isle attack (1763) and, 10:727-28 
Prevost and, 7:528, 650, 668; 8:155, 208, 313n, 426, 531, 672, 760, 761; 

12:966-67 
Roberts accounts (1768), 12:465 
Rogers arrest (1767) and, 12:378 

rumors (1765) of Johnson's recall attributed to, 4:638; 11:546 
Ruppert and, 6:248 

salary, 5:442; 10:637; 12:641, 764, 805 
Scarooyady and, 1:475-76, 590, 637; 2:28; 9:196 
Scioto Council plans (1767) and, 5:686-87, 701, 710. 736 38 
Scioto trade and, 5:384, 400; 12:133, L54-55. L65-66. 181-82, 201-203, 

207, 235 
scouting expenses, 2:779-80; 3:48 
servants sent by, 7:188 
on Seneca unrest (1762), 3:662-63, 732 34, '.m'.I 65. 966 

(1767), 5:737, 785 
Shawnecs and, 3:670, 890, 964; 5:45, 110, ill; 7:609 10; 10:431n, 432-33, 

435, 452, 456-57, 458, 460 

Shawnee punishment ("1774 s ) proposed by Kayashuta, 12:1009 

trader warning and implication of Mfingoes (1773). 12:1032-33. L046. 
1017 

migration (1771), 7:149-50 

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Croghan, George, 

Shipboy and, 7: 60S 

shipwreck in France, 4:341, 383, 384, 400, 407, 418; 11:169 

Stamp Act and, 11:969, 980 

shyness of, 4:605 

Stanwix and, 3:138, 183, 185, 200; 5:78, 93-94, 145-46 

Stuart deputies (1765) and, 11:788-89, 837, 840, 842-43, 846-47 

Stump murders and, 6:91-92, 96-97, 101-102, 128-29 

Pennsylvania condolence (Fort Pitt, April, 1768), 6:107-109, 122, 129, 
136, 142, 161-62, 168-70, 176, 224-25, 333, 334; 12:425, 435, 454, 
461-62, 463-64, 468-69, 472, 473-74 

on Susquehannah Dela wares, 2:819-20; 3:931, 964-65 

on threats of general Indian war: 
(1762), 3:964-65 
(1763) 4:62 97 9S 99 

(1767)' 5:700-701, 736-38; 12:374, 375, 379; 13:433-46 
(1768), 12:417, 423, 425 
(1769), 7:10, 78-79, 314, 315-17 
(1770), 7:404-405, 408, 651-53, 655-56, 669, 689-90 
(1771), 7:1149-50 

at Ticonderoga attack, 2:886 

town plan for Johnstown, 3:827, 914; 10:560 

on trade limitation to outposts, 5:738; 12:375 

trade losses (1755), 1:496-97 

trade re-opening (1765) and, 4:625-26, 706-707, 731-32, 799, 810; 11:628, 
634, 725, 815, 816 

on trade with Western Indians (1759), 10:91-92, 104, 108 

Virginia attempt to annex Fort Pitt and, 8:1022, 1064-65, 1126 

Wabash Indian peace treaty (Fort Pitt, August, 1770), 7:653, 656, 689-90, 
855; 12:872-73, 881 

war belt circulation (1763), 10:689 

on war belt circulation (1767), 5:676 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771), 8:6-8, 10, 11, 35, 57, 251 

Wetherhead and, 6:219?i, 234, 267, 639, 644; 7:466, 772 

William (Johnson's son) and, 6:171 
Croghan, Susannah, see Prevost, Susannah Croghan 
Croghan Hall, 3:890 

Crohon (Crohorn), Dennis, 4:271; 5:207; 11:614 
Croix, dela, 2:21, 23 

Croner Point, 7:723 

Cromelin (Crommelin), Eobert, 1:347, 727 
Crommelin, James, 7:231 
Cromwell, Phil, 7:326 
Crooked Legs (prisoner), 11:488 
Crosby, ,7:90, 91 

Crosby, (London mayor), 8:104 

Cross, (Narragansett schoolmaster), 6:60 

Cross, James, 9:273 
Cross, Thomas, 4:757 
Crossen, 3:144, 145 
Crossfield, Stephen, 8:131-32 
Crothers, Thomas, 8:413, 471, 605, 731 
Crots, Christian, 2:731 
Crotty, Peter, 1:245 
Crouse, Peter, 7:680 
Crow, Polly, 11:490 
Crowe, Jean, 11:490 
Crowley, Theodore, 13:94 
Crown Point, 1:813; 9:183 

Claus route (1773) 1o Canada, 13:617, 627 

Cochrane command, 8:209 

encampment (1761), 3:389, 403 

English expedition (1748) against, 1:107, 141-42, 212 

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plans of attack (1747), 1:65, 73, 75 
English plans to attack (1757), 9:669 

fortification, 1:84%, 449; 3:128, 145, 966; 13:140, 150, 151 
French-English boundary commission and, 1 : 262-63 
French expeditions out of, 1:101, 200; 9:55 
French garrisons, 2:786-87; 9:232, 773, 777, 789-90 
French Indian deserters (1760) from, 10:164, 168, 169 
French inhabitants (1763), 10:822 
Indian agreement for French settlement of, 12:172-73 
Jessup land grant and, 8:570, 580 
Johnson land purchases near, 8:415 
map (French) of country between Albany and, 2:740 
map (French) of country between Fort Edward and, 2:420 
Mohawk visit (1759), 13:152 
road to Albany, map, 1:897 
scalping party (1757) at, 9:795 
Winslow expedition (1756) plans, 9:484-85 
wintering restrictions (1768) and, 12:411 
See also Crown Point Expedition (1755) 
Crown Point Expedition (1755) : 

Battle of Lake George (see Lake George) 

Canadian troops, 1:517, 792; 2:12, 26, 27, 60, 62, 166 

Councils of War: 

Council of Provincial Officers and, 2:304-305, 308-309, 315, 318, 319-22, 

333, 335-37, 340-41, 354, 361; 9:312-13; 13:70-71, 72 
Hardy on, 2:134, 137, 139, 143, 338-42 
August, 1:852, 860-61, 871-72, 874, 879, 880-81, 882, 883, 884, 885, 888, 

890, 893; 2:4 
September, 2:12-13, 15-17, 24-25, 39-40, 47, 49, 55, 58, 67, 70-71, 75, 77, 

79, 101, 107-10, 116-18; 9:229 
October, 2:157-61, 166, 170, 174-79, 187, 189, 191, 193, 198-99, 208-209, 

212-15, 250-52; 9:260, 276 
November, 2:268, 279, 292, 312-13, 317, 319-22, 335-37; 9:295-97, 301, 
304-305, 319-20 
DeLancey's orders to Johnson, 1:468-72, 649, 826-27 
French cognizance of, 1:509-10, 548, 655, 678-79, S24, 846, 855; 2:229-35, 

398, 503, 647-48 
French deserters, 2:150, 153, 162, 165-66, 187-88, 197, 200-202, 207, 216, 

218, 220-21, 222, 227-28, 339, 397-400; 9:269 
French fortification, 2:62, 78, 111, 112, 200-202, 203, 222, 224-26, 227, 228, 

339-40, 475, 503, 647, 717, 718 
General Court Martial, 1:865-69 

government support from the several colonies, 1:521-23, 525, 541, 556-58, 
561-62, 568, 576-77, 583, 587-88, 590-91, 597, 607, 613, 664, 754, 770, 
792-93, 796, 826-27, 833, 834, 842-44, 846, 888-89; 2:2, 4, 102-103, 
147-48, 171-72; 9:168-69, 181-84, 188-89, 205, 247, 254-56; 13:41-42 
Committee on State of the Army, 2:176, 177-79, 213-15, 252, 262, 273, 

286, 313 
Johnson's memoranda to the governors, 1:502-504, 880-81; 2:24-25, 48, 

53, 57, 59-61, 122, 124, 137, 139, 141, 142, 143, 361-65 
request for instructions in proceeding, 2:174-93, 213-15, 253-55, 261-62, 

273, 287, 291; 9:247, 254-56, 265-66, 283, 284-85, 301; 13:61 
(See also individual colonics) 
gunners for, 1:715, 717-19, 720, 743, 789; 2:25n, 106, 156; 3:995 
Hardy's report to Sir Thomas Robinson, 2:338-42 
Iroquois land claims and, 13:40-41 
Johnson commissioned as Commander in Chief of Forces, 1:537, 589, 603, 

606, 777 
Johnson's Indian Affairs responsibility and, 1:886; 2:283, 299; 3:270 
Johnson's orders on conduct of, 1:730-32 
Johnson's proposals for, 1:458-59 
marching orders, 1:805-806, 807, 816-19, 325, 842, 381, 882, 887, 890; 

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Crown Point Expedition, 

2:14, 288, 290, 295, 296, 297, 323; 9:201, 216-17 
Niagara strategy and, 1:551-56, 767, 846; 2:4, 35 

(See also Crown Point II, recruitment, diversion of forces to Niagara 

expedition, infra) 

ordnance, 1:556-58, 561-62, 563-66, 568, 575-76, 579-80, 5S6-91, 598-99, 611, 

613-18, 620, 648-54, 661-62, 674, 676, 690-91, 758-59, 761-62, 780, 806- 

807, 838, 851, 852, 858, 859, 871-72, 878, 879, S82, 884, 894; 2:103, 109 

artillery, 1:476-78, 542, 561, 563-66, 592, 597, 604, 605, 619-20, 623-24, 

G53, 664-65, 721, 723n, 746-47, 820, 822, 828, 830, 885, 889; 2:65, 

79, 85, 117-18, 119-20, 121, 124, 134, 229, 364-65; 9:167-68, 269-70 

common stock, 2:356 

estimates and supply lists, 1:479-82, 571-76, 608, 610-11, 617-18, 623n, 

707-11; 2:109, 135, 210, 277-78 
invoices, 1:697-704, 724-29, 762, 799-802, 835-37 
Linscom report on cannon, 9:260 

shortages, 2:10, 41, 49-50, 53, 76, 81-82, 84, 117-20, 137, 178, 1S2, 198, 
203, 207, 210, 213, 214, 215, 216, 220, 240, 261-62, 264, 273, 286, 291, 
295, 296, 302, 311, 321-22, 339; 9:263, 301; 13:68 
paymasters, 1:587, 620; 2:7 

prospects (1755) of taking Crown Point, 2:109-10, 112, 115, 117-20, 123-25, 
133-40, 146, 147-48, 174, 175-79, 193-95, 203, 205, 210, 213-15, 216, 
218-19, 241-43, 250-52, 261, 264-65, 273, 286-87, 291, 319-22, 340; 9:188, 
201, 226, 244-46, 250-51 

(1756) ; 2:341, 364, 371, 389, 393, 394, 506-509, 648; 13:62, 69 
recruitment for, 1:498-99, 517-21, 524-25, 535-36, 537, 542, 552, 553, 555-56, 
588-89, 597, 606-607, 621, 647, 660, 665, 674, 715, 717-18, 720, 768, 811, 
827, 833, 843, 846, 849, 858, 877, S84-85, 888-89, 890-91, 894; 2:50, 58, 
62; 9:168-69, 187-88, 199, 205, 206-207, 227; 13:41, 42, 44-45, 55-56 
dismissal of troops, 2:251-52, 253, 254-55, 257, 272-73, 275, 276, 279, 
284, 301, 307-308, 312-13, 321, 326, 333, 342, 361, 364; 13:66-67, 
70-72, 75 
diversion of forces to Niagara expedition, 1:551-56, 577, 601-602, 644, 
652, 665, 675, 677-80, 687, 722, 733-35, 738-39, 741, 746-48, 755, 
7S4-85, 786, 789-90, 794-95, 797, 804-805, 806, 807-809, 814-15, 826, 
838, 841-42, 879; 2:1-2, 11, 374-78; 9:180-84, 213-16, 217-19 
Lake George reinforcement, 2:67, 71, 76, 77, 79, 81, 91, 146, 148, 166, 
170, 178, 187, 190, 197, 198-99, 200, 209, 220, 221, 240, 241, 251, 252, 
253, 255-56, 258, 261, 272, 273, 276, 292, 295-96, 297, 339; 3:995; 
9:261, 265, 273-74, 305, 306 
Onondaga Council and, 2:506-50S, 510 
total fit for duty, November 1755, 2:340 
(1756), 2:494-95; 9:427, 428, 438 
Shirley's proposal of, 1:445-51, 534 
siege anticipated, directions, 2:328-32 

spies, 1:634, 635, 893 (See also Scouts, Crown Point expedition) 
wagoners for, 1:878, 890, 894; 2:134, 135, 182, 203-204, 213, 216, 229, 240, 
253, 257, 272, 273, 274, 321, 377; 9:218, 267 
convoys for, 2:296, 316, 317, 318; 9:167-68, 209-10, 316 
desertion of, 1:872-73; 2:7, 10, 14, 51, 75; 9:229 
escort for Provincial Commissioners, 13 : 74 
impressment of, 2:42-43, 49, 53, 55, 64, 76, 79, 107-108, 136, 137, 178, 

296, 339, 377, 502, 530, 531; 13:46, 69 
Queens County gift transport, 13:57-58 
reluctance to service Fort Edward, 9:224 
removal of sick troops, 9:311-12, 318 

stone-carrying, 2:64, 237, 275, 281, 358; 9:242-43; 13:66, 74 
suit for charges, 2:476 
Crown Point (1755) expedition See also Fort Edward; Lake George; Ticon- 
deroga; see also specific aspects of campaign, e.g., Boatbuilding, for Crown 
Point (1755) expedition 
Crow's Town, 10:598 
Croyn, Hans, 9:795; 11:208 

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Cruckshanks, Alexander, 5:504 

Cruger, ,9:6 

Cruger, Hendrick James, 4:879; 11:543-44 

Cruger, Henry, 12:221, 896 

Cruger, John* 1:419; 3:656; 6:588w, 686, 690 

address on colonial administration of trade, 7:1141-42 

committee of correspondence and, 7:400// 

Oriskany patent and, 8:157 

Sacondaga patent and, 7:1143 
Cruger, John, Jr., 6:83, 357 
Cruickshank, John, 6:242-47 
Crumell, Johannis Philip, 9:657 
Crump, ,4:217 

Cryslor, Johanis, 2:731 
Cuagne, Do, see Couagne, Jean Baptiste de 
Cuba, 1:10-11 

British losses in, 3:990-91 

Havana surrender (1762), 3:875, 878-79, S80, 881, 884 

expedition prize money, 4:448 

troop returns (1763),* 10: 788, 803 

Sr, also Havana, Cuba 
Cuek, Gorge, See Koch, George 
Cudworth, Ralph, 7:509n 
Cuellerie, "Young," accused of Detroit child murder, 5:644n, 653, 670, 671-73, 

688, 723, 730; 12:544 
Cuff, Cammuck, 5:154 
Cuff, Jeames, 5:154 
Cuff, Jerusv, 5:153 
Cuff, Patience, 5:153, 154 
Cuff, Sarah, 5:154 

Cuiellierrie (Curie), Miss ,4:734; 13:251, 257 

Cuillerier, Antoine, 11:697, 698; 13:317, 319 
Cuissy, , 2:20, 22 

Cullin, Richard, 4:885 
Culloden. battle of, 1:53 
Culver, Nathaniel, 7:4:;l* 

Cumberland, (Germaine's private secretary), 13:729 

Cumberland, Henry Frederick, Duke of, 7:870, 1015 
Cumberland, William Augustus, Duke of, l:53n, 233, 896 

death (1765) of. 5:32, 55; 12:10; 13:380, 383 
Cumberland, Port: 

Braddock defeal a1 Fort Duquesne (1755), 1:722, 745, 751, 793 

Braddock road to Fort Duquesne and, 1:599; 2:892n 

construction (1754), 1:496?! 

Crosap Indian conferences (1767), 12:382 

French intelligence (1756) concerning, 2:654, 655 

French plans to attack, 2:682; 9:642 

garrison (1755), 1:703, 845 

Harris Perry-Lancaster meeting (1757) and, 9:710, 736 

Tndian census (1767), 5:577 

Indians murdered (1764), 4:538 

(1766), 5:69, 225; 12:41 

Maryland Pennsylvania boundary and, 12:230 

Scarouady conference with Croghan (1755) at, 1 :636-37 

Southern Indian visits (1757), 9:772, 834 35 

trade, 10:574 
Cumberland Bay, 13:617 
Cumberland Count v, New York: 

Assembly members (1773), 8:70::, 722 

establishment, 8:370, 402 

justice appointments (1770), 12:790 
Cumberland County, Pa., 3:875n; 4:715; 5:52, 616 

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Cumberland County, Pa., 

"Black Boys" of, 6:169-70; 11:634 
Cresap Indian councils (1766), 12:236 
Mingo threat (1769) and, 7:97 

Smallman account of trade losses (1763) witnessed in (1766), 12:63-64 
Stump murders (1768), 6:86, 91, 94-95, 96-97; 12:420-21 
Susquehanna West Branch settlers (1765), 11:760-61, 777-78 
Cumberland River, 6:294 
Cumeck, Pashento, 4:160 
Cumins, Walter, 3:177 
Cumming, Thomas, 1:289 

Cummins, , Ueut. col., 2:250, 312, 317 

Cummins, Elinora, 3:639; 4:87, 133 
Cunigkum, William, 2:690 
Cunison, Thomas, ensign, 3:991n 
Cunningham, ,2:368; 3:426 

Cunningham, , tailor bought from, 4:214, 267, 277, 2S6 

Cunningham, David, 2:89 
Cunningham, Greg., 4:123 

Cunningham, James, capt. (Loudoun aide-de-camp), 2:4S5 
Boston arms stores, 9:933 
Bradstreet accounts, 2:674 
on Prussian victory (1762), 3:893 
Wraxall and, 2:516, 518, 519-20 
Cunningham, John, 8:626, 629 

Nova Scotia Indian Affairs appointment, 7:105; 8:365; 12:724 
Cunningham, Waddell, 3:642-43, 665; 4:78 
Cunningham, William, 3:377 
discharge request, 5:468 

land release (1765), 4:658, 884; 11:693, 694, 933-37 
Cunnun, John (Schenectady hatter), 1:327 
Cunterman, Frederick, 4:312 
Cunterman, Jerry, 4:312 
Curacao, trade with, 1:27, 31, 36, 38, 217 
Curot, A.M. C, 4:423 
Curot, Amb(roisef), 5:169, 777 
Currency, see Money 
Curry, William, see Corry, William 
Cursen, Isaac, see Corsa, Isaac 
Curson, , 8:874 

Cuscalethon (Delaware chief), 11:723 
Cushahoppin, 3:814 
Cushing, Thomas, 7:753 
Cushitunk, Pennsylvania, 2:754; 6:736 
Delaware threat (1763), 10:897 
Iroquois land claims, 10:537-38, 552-53 
settler removal, 3:436; 10:212, 656 
Cusick, James, capt., 6:144-45; 7:1042 
Custologo (Custalaga— Delaware chief), 4:628; 8:889; 9:739 

at Bouquet conferences (1764), 11:439, 440-41, 446, 448-50, 456, 459, 461 
chiefhood successor (Captain Pipe), 12:1047-48 

at Croghan Fort Pitt conference (May, 1765), 11:723, 727, 728-29, 734, 737 
Shawnee hostage escape (1764) and, 11:483-84 
son of, 11:459 
Cut Away Iach. (Indian), 2:542 
Cutfinger Peter (Delaware chief), 11:724 
Cuthbert, , 5:541 

Cutler, Abner, 3:90 
Cuttawang, 4:526 
Cutting, Rev. ,5:430 

Cuyahoga River, 2:235n 
Cuyler, ,4:207 

Cuyler, capt., 7:558 

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Cuyler, Abraham, 3:148, 566; 4:237; 5:515, 563 

Assembly election of 1769 and, 6:591; 12:408 

autograph, 7 :xi 

justice appointment lists (1770), 12:793 

land purchases, 7:754 

Low (Isaac) and, 5:823 

Tionnonderoge land dispute and, 8:949?i, 957, 960, 1055 
Cuyler, Abraham C, capt.: 

Assembly candidacy (1771), 7:1070ft 

bills, 5:294, 344, 380; 6:34, 163 

commission, 3 : 889 ; 4:237 

deputy agent application (1764), 4:584 

Egberts and, 5:546 

grenadier company, 4:298; 5:11, 556; 7:453; 8:533-34; 10:923-24 

London trade vessel, 8:534 

naturalization certificates, 7:1080-90, 1113-15, 1138 

power of attorney certificate, 8:531, 533 

Tice imprisonment and, 8:376-77 

Tionnondoroge dispute and, 8:977, 979-80, 982, 996, 1014 
Cuyler, Cornells, 1:813; 2:103, 576; 4:622 

Albany clerkship requested for son Philip, 11:533 

Albany Mohawk land claims, 8:958 

Bradstreet and, 8:987 

on commissions for his sons, 3:889; 4:237 

Dalyell action near Detroit (1763), 10:765 

Detroit relief (1763) detachment destroyed, 4:135, 137n, 148, 182; 10:718, 
723; 13:294 

Detroit journey (1762), 10:479 

election of 1769 and, 6:599 

at Johnson Hall party (July, 1765), 13:375n, 376 

Presque Isle Indian attack (1763), 10:732, 742-43 

proposing his son, Philip, for Indian secretary, 4:635 

son-in-law of, 4:164 

Toronto trade pass (1762), 3:756 
Cuyler, Cornelius John, 2:499, 521, 523, 530; 10:940 

Cuyler, Henry, 4:608, 870, 882; 5:552, 553, 559 

Church of England and, 8:351 

justice appointment lists (1770), 12:7S3, 792, 810 

Low (Isaac) and, 5:823; 6:35 

McDouga.ll trial, 7:578 

money sent by, 4:622, 629-30, 635 

Prevost and, 8:156 

Vaughan lands and, 12:685 
Cuyler, Henry C, 3:889 
Cuyler, Isaac, 12:783 
Cuyler, Jacob, 4:237; 7:453; 8:533-34; 10:924 

Cuyler, John, 1:123, 293, 383; 5:345 

justice appointment lists, 3:750; 12:783, 784, 792 
Cuyler, John, Jr.: 

commission offers (1763), 4:237, 257; 10:940 
Cuyler, Philip, 4:635; 7:936; 11:533-34 
Cuyler (Cyler), Tillman, 4:454 
Cuyler, Tobias, 12:531 

Cuzzans, , Sndachqueda patent and, 12:753 

Cygnet (vessel), 3:869, 919 

Cyrus of Montauk, 8:863 

D'Abbadie de Saint Germain, see Abbadie de Saint Germain, Eugene d' 

Dackstetter, John, 8:655 

Daghstater, Mara., 8:334 

Dakin, capt., 9:314 

Dale, Samuel, 8:797 

Dale, William, 8:797 

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Daline, Arin, 9:2 

Dallaways, see Delawares 

Daly, Patrick, 7:515, 1109; 8:964 

in Adems accounts (1773), 13:605, 606, 613, 614 

Johnson Hall residence, 12:962n 

in Johnson will, 12:1073 
McLeod on, 12:773 

Masonic activities, 13 : 634 

at Mingo conference (Johnson Hall, Jan., 1774), 12:1044 

at Missisauga- Abenaki conference (Johnson Hall, July, 1770), 12:830 
Daly, Peter, maj., 4:550, 555; 11:372 
Dalyell, James, capt., 3:611 

biographical sketch, 10 : 790?i 

Detroit siege (1763) and, 4:149, 167-68, 173, 187, 192; 10:873 

Bloody Bridge action, 4:195, 196-97, 199, 200, 201; 10:762-66, 790-91 
814, 857, 991; 11:493; 13:288n, 298n 

Mohawks and, 10:756, 761, 803, 991 
Dam, William, capt., 4:8 
Damastown, Ireland, 12:1031 
Dan, John, 12:1087 
Danal, James, 4:154 

Dance, Wouter, Bradstreet account (1768), 12:676, 677 
Danforth, Thomas, 6:645 
Daniel (Canadian prisoner), 10:285 
Daniel (Delaware chief), 10:685, 687 
Daniel (Mohawk) : 

abused by boatmen, 9:430, 435 

Detroit mission (1763), 4:192, 260; 10:606, S12-13, 870, 873, 907, 918, 921. 
955, 991; 11:11 

Indian Affairs expenses (1758-59), 3:151, 161, 175, 177 

Kayaderosseras and, 11:359-61 

Niagara behavior (1763), 4:200, 219, 232; 10:907, 918, 921 

Oswegatchie scout (1759), 13:143, 149 

salary, 2:626; 4:370, 378; 10:991 

scalp bounty, 9:8 

services of, 4:281; 9:19 

sickness of, 4:299 

war party (1757), 9:792, 795, 806 

wife of, 12:183 
Daniel, Abigail, 4:159 
Daniel, Betty, 4:154; 11:433 
Daniel, Hannah, 4:159 
Daniel, Harry, 4:159 
Daniel, James, 4:159; 11:433 

Daniel, James (son of John, Narragansett), 4:159 
Daniel, John, 4:159; 11:408 
Daniel, Patience, 4:159 
Daniel, Sarah, 4:154; 11:433 
Daniels, Petrus, 9:650 
Danielson, Daniel, 8:504 
Danneston, Daniel, see Deniston, Daniel 
Dantucqu, John (Mohegan), 4:728 
Danube Eiver, 7:945; 8:204 
Danvers, see Davers 
Danzig, 8:758 

Daquadesse (Chenussio sachem), 12:940 
Darby (Darty), James, 12:819, 869, 960, 988 
D'Arcy, Peter, capt., 3:262n; 10:275, 277, 2S6, 287, 28S 

return to England (1762), 3:S89, 898-99 
Darenton, William, see Darlington, William 
Darien, Gulf of, 4:336 
Darlington, Margaret, 8:538 

152 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

appeal for a loan, 7:627-28 
destitution (1772), 8:538 
presents from, 4:578, 870; 5:155 
Darlington (Darenton), William, 3:566, 837, 864, 886; 4:545, 776 
accounts (1762), 3:831, 856, 926-27, 950-51, 956-57 

(1763), 4:86, 150, 164, 171, 174-75. 199-200, 207, 212, 215, 234, 237, 
267, 272 

(1764), 4:313, 356, 373, 377, 422, 423, 454, 523, 533, 536, 540, 568, 598 

(1765), 4:702, 737, 767, S09, 851, 872, 873; 11:755 

(1766), 5:154-55, 157-58, 212-13, 331, 334-36, 408-409, 441 
on advertisement, 4:816 

Albany mail robbery (1763) and, 10:613-14 
"blunder," 5:816 

board for boy under Johnson's protection, 5:269, 273, 312 
bolting cloth order, 5:377 
business losses, 7:627-28; 8:537-38 
church bell ordered from, 5:157, 158, 195, 211 
clerk recommendation, 11:346 
on flamingoes, 4:788 
foodstuffs ordered from, 4:64, 87, 138, 236, 286, 870; 5:157, 211; 11:583, 

753 
furniture orders, 4:744; 5:82, 103, 157, 270 

garden orders to, 4:49, 78, 104, 123, 431, 642, 720; 5:157, 211; 11:695 
gifts of garden produce to, 3:901, 918-19 
glass shipment, 4:860 
Indian Affairs account (1765) payment by Gage, 11.-S45, 930, 959, 976, 

986; 12:180 
invoice of stores (1766), 5:209-11 
Havana surrender, 3:875 

on Johnson (John) English visit, 4:855, 858; 5:98, 605-606 
Johnson (Warren) and, 5:641-42 

Johnson's coat of arms and, 3:vii-viii; 4:8, 12, 31, 48, 112 
Lukens and, 11:969 
on Marselis sloop seizure, 4:739 
on Marsh's death, 4:633, 634, 635 
Marsh estate and, 11:528 
Marsh request (1764) of, 13:323 
Martin and, 4:254 

money shipment, 4:280, 2S6, 608, 630, 809, 854, 874, 884, 885 
monkey from, 4:845 

New York business agency, 5:426, 434, 468 
on oyster trade, 4:214 
Peace news, 4:35 
pipes ordered from, 4:426 
on quartermaster's understrappers, 4:435 
on restorative balsam, 4:622 
saddle order, 3:946 

schoolmaster recommendation, 4:716; 11:684, 696 
sea food sent by, 3:927, 936, 950; 4:257-58 

on servants, 4:191, 266, 277, 328, 417, 575; 5:72-73, 196, 220, 273 
sliellwork grotto from, 11:120 
silver crane ordered from, 3:672, 734 
Smith (William, Jr.) legal fees ( 1764) and, 11:69 
on soldiers' clothes, 4:60S 
on Sons of Liberty, 5:11 
Stamp Act and, 4:864-65, 877; 5:32 
on steam inhalant remedy, 4:8 
sun dial order, 4:8, 21, 22, 85 
tiles ordered from, 4:555, 575, 578 
trading post application, 4:521, 635, 648 
Wallace receipt (1763), 4:S6; 10:653 
Wetherhead and, 7:553 

153 



Index 

Darlington (Darenton), William, 

wine order (1765), 11:719, 753 
Darlinto, Nathan, 4:540 
Darnall, Robert, 6:254, 256 
Darnall, Sarah (Mrs. Robert), 6:254, 256 
Dartmouth, William Legge, second Earl of, 5:508; 8:677; 11:980; 12:88 

autograph, 8:xiii 

on Connecticut-New York boundary, 8:725 

on French-Indian intrigue (1773), 8:932, 1142-46 

Indian Affairs Secretaryship appointment (1774) of Chew, 13:678 

Indian Affairs Superintendency (1774) devolvement upon Guy Johnson, 
8:1128n, 1181, 1185, 1198, 1202; 12:1101-1102; 13:637, 643, 675, 690, 
697, 703, 727 

Inglis proposals on Indian conversion, 8:621, 622, 624-25 

Johnson's death and, 8:1185 

Klock and, 8:951, 970, 1009, 1069, 1116, 1192 

land grants stopped, 8:724 

on Murray attempt to buy Illinois lands (1773), 8:905, 931-32, 1104 

Ohio colony and, 8:705-706 

on policy of division of confederacies, 8:758 

on Ramsey trial, 8:600 

as Secretary of State, 8:579, 588, 589n, 633-34, 650 

Senecas and, 8:778, 783, 855, 1116, 1140-41 

on settlement of Iroquois cessions, 8:589 630, 639 

Virginia frontier outrages (1774), 13:676, 677 

Wheelock college foundation and, 6:450; 12:351 
Dartmouth College, 1:536m; 4:813m; 5:304m; 12:1038m 

See also Schools, Wheelock's college foundation 
Dartois, Ulay, 2:43 
Datoraha (Wyandotte), 4:547 
D'Auberville, ,9:597 

Daugherty, James, 3:90 
Daun, Leopold, Graf von, 3:144, 145, 295, 635 

Ferdinand and, 3:892-93 
Dauphin, Fort, 6:52; 13:448 
Davenport, Joseph, 4:738; 11:719 

Davers (Danvers), Sir Robert, 3:759; 4:151; 10:738; 13:271, 273, 290 
Davers's Vendue, 1:586, 601; 13:659 
David (Indian), Vergereau land purchase, 5:142, 456-57 
David (Karaghkundy — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:175 
David (Tehaneyorea — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:175 
David of Canajoharie (Aghnerageghta) : 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Council (1757), 9:782 

Indian Affairs expenses (1746-47), 9:17, 18, 19, 24, 25 

land deed (1751) to Johnson, 13:15-19 

mark, 13:18 

Seneca shelter of Newkirk murderers, 10:596 

Visscher and, 1:171-72 

Wyoming visit (1756), 2:454 
David (Mohawk), 4:311; 13:217-18 

Albany Corporation and, 8:955, 960, 965 
David (Tehanerowanshaddy — Mohawk), 10:180; 13:174 
David (Yonowandannio — Mohawk), 10:180; 13:174 
David (Oneida), 5:728 

David (Taquayanont — Oquaga), on Montreal expedition, 10:182; 13:177 
David of Schohary: 

Avigo settlement (1758), 3:153 

Canadian mission (1757), 9:770 

at Fort Johnson conferences (1757), 9:589, 622 

Indian expenses in behalf of, 2:626, 639, 640; 3:153; 4:338; 9:651, 654 

on Montreal expedition (1760), 10:181; 13:177 

Schohary grievances (1758), 10:79-80 

Vrooman (Barent) and, 10:960-61 

154 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

David of the Hill, 3:159 

David Taquaianout, Oquaga land sales (1767) and, 12:261 

David, Robert, 8: a;, 20 

Davids, John, see Davis, John 

Davies, , capt., 7:1157 

Davies Strachan and Company, 7:417 

Davil, Joseph, 5:500 

Davis, (boatman), 9:422 

Davis, (horse master), 11:636 

Davis, (sea captain), 3:323 

Davis, capt., 4:860; 6:502 

Davis, lieut., 1:868; 9:271-72 

Davis, (widow), 7:1134-35 

Davis, David, 1:717 

Davis, Dudley, 6:465-66, 498-500; 7:1015; 8:31; 12:1044 

Albany departure (1774), 8:1047-48 

arrest, 8:368 

Blackburn and, 8:1160 

Gordon land release witness (1772), 13:523, 527, 528 

Johnson suit, 8:699 

Johnstown settlement application, 7:143-44, 305-306 

legal studies, 6:498 

McLeod suit against, 8:733, 734-36, 745 

Johnson payment in, 8:739, 747-48, 767, 783, 786 

Stringer and, 7:439 
Davis, Isaac, 7:1051 
Davis, James, 7:1050-51; 12:648, 787, 819 

in Adems accounts (1768-73), 13:536, 596. 597, 602 

Johnson suit, 8:375-76, 683-84, 699, 772 
Davis, John, murder testimony, 5:492 
Davis, John (Stringer accounts), 7:440, 441 
Davis, John, 1:195, 196; 2:545-46; 12:676; 13:639 

Seneca meeting (1762), 3:793, 818, 821, 833-34 

trade practices, 3:547 
Davis, Jonson, 7:463 
Davis, Joseph, 9:271 
Davis, Lewis, 8:333 
Davis, Peter, 3:162; 12:1070 
Davis, Robert, 8:20 
Davis, Ruben, 9:282 
Davis, Samuel, 5:171 
Davis, Simeon, lieut., 9:280 
Davis, Simon, capt., 9:236 
Davis, Stephen, 2:244-45 
Davis, Thomas, 4:146 
Davis, William, capt., 11:691, 695 
Davis, William (Mondeaticker — Delaware), 11:459 
Davison, Agnus, 11:490 
Davison, John, 2:438; 9:164-65, 202 
Davison, Molly, 11:490 
Davy, James, 8:334 
Dawkins, Henry (engraver), 7:521, 592 
Dawson (Dawse), Volkart, 4:716; 5:605; 7:378 
Dayton (Deyton), Abraham, lieut., 4:208; 10:815, 817 818 
Denke, Edward, 5:498, 583-84 
Deale, capt., see Dalvoll, James, capt. 

Deall, Samuel, 7:579, 1095, 1096 
Dean, sergeant, 8:892-93 

Dean, J. (Oquaga schoolmaster), 5:591 
Dean, John, 7:423, 432 
Dean, Jonathan, 7:423 
Dean, Seath, 7:665 

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Deane, George, capt., 8:725, 757, 808 

on the Sir William- Johnson, 8:868, 870, 871, 971, 1060, 1160 
Deane, Josiah, 6:777-78 
Dearfield, Massachusetts, 1 : 65 
Deas, David, 8:596 

Dease, Anne Johnson (Mrs. Richard), 1:117; 4:523; 12:1031 
Dease, Dr. John (Johnson's nephew), 8:263, 313, 438, 497; 12:1030 

Adems (William) and, 8:845, 846 

Brown transaction, 8:914-15 

Johnson (Peter) and, 8:1063, 1163; 12:962, 1010, 1013, 1043; 13:635, 63ri 

in Johnson will, 12:1072, 1075, 1076 

at Johnson's death, 12:1122 

Masonic activities, 13:634 

at Mingo conference (Johnson Hall, Jan., 1774), 12:1044 

at Mohawk conference (1773), 8:964 

money sent by, 8:1109 

pistols borrowed by Davis, 8:1048 

wild carrot seed and, 8:984 
Dease, Richard, 12:1071n 
Dease, William, 12:1031 
De Bernier, , see Bernier 

De Berniere, John, 5:345, 679-80; 6:220 
Deberts, , 3:826 

Debrisay, T., 7:1S1 
De Bruls, Michael, see Brul, Michael de 
Decarihogha (Canajohary chief), 10:629, 631 
Decaynetanyetoo (Mingo), 4:505; 11:330 
December (slave), 7:231, 232 
Decker, Johannes, 5:171 

Declaration of Independence, l:9n, 19; 5:5S6n 
De Couagne, see Conagne 
Dedirak, Jury William, 7:467, 469; 12:792 

Deed of Land from Indians to Some People of Connecticut, 1:397», 405 
Deems, , 6:175 

DeForest, Henry, l:24n 
Defreast, , licut., 3:54, 65, 69. 86 

Degaghneghtahere (Bleecher's Island),' 10:572 
Degahany (Cayuga sachem), 3:220 
De Garmo, Jetes, 3:149 
De Garmo, John, capt., 4:449; 10:299 

Canestio prisoner escort, 4:364; 11:110 
De Garmo, Pyeter M., 5:545 
De Graaef, Fridrick, 8:332 
De Graaef, Isaac, 8:332 
De Graaef, Yeremi, 8:332 
De Graafe, Nicholas (Claus, Nicholaus), 2:576; 7:32, 680, 1107- 8:332 

Seneca fort construction (1756), 2:641; 9:457-58 
De Graef, Jesse Daniel, 7:439, 479 
DeGraf, William, 1:188; 7:1107; 9:644 
De Graff, Daniel, Schenectady blockhouse of, 10:922 
De Graff, Josiah C., 12:676 
De Grass, Clauss, 3:151 
De Grey, ,7:1078 

Degroft, Abraham, 1:173 
De Grois, Stephen, 4:629; 11:369??,, 374 
De Haas, , maj., 11:438 

Dehanochrakas, Joseph (Mohawk), 12:531 
Deiem, Johan, 8:655 
Deiger, see Deyger 

Deioquande, see Diaquande (Onondaga sachem) 
Dejean, Philip, 5:653, 656, 813; 12:150 
Dekanandi (Seneca chief), 10:891-93 

156 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

DeKay, Thomas, 2:359, 387, 730 
De Lamette, Johannis, 2:419 
De Lametter, David, 2:419 
DeLaricey, Edward P., 2:xi 

De Lancey, Lieut. Gov. James, l:398n; 2:133, 716; 3:608; 9:146 
at Albany Council of War (1756), 9:483, 487 
Albany Indian Council (1754) plans, 9:130 
Albany Indian Council (1755), 2:37, 92, 125 
Albany sheriff (1752) and, 9:99 
Albany troop levy (April, 1758), 13:10Sn, 109 
autograph, 7:xii 
biographical sketch, l:451n 
Boyle recommendation, 1:715, 717 
Braddock defeat (1755) and, 1:745, 750-51, 826-27 
Caghnawaga Neutrality Treaty and, 1:543-44, 595-96, 605 
Canajoharie-Kloek dispute, 10:337 
Canajoharie patent and, 10:565, 609 
Cayuga treaty (1754), 1:784 
chief justice appointment, 1:850; 9:96n 
Clinton on, 9:386 

Clinton opposition (1749), 1:238-39, 240 
Crown Point expedition (1748), 1:139-42 
Crown Point expedition (1755) and, 1:568, 706, 887 

Battle of Lake George and, 2:25n, 48, 68, 171-72 

at Council of Provincial Officers, 2:304; 9:244; 13:70 

Johnson's commission as commander of Crown Point expedition, 1:468- 
71, 603, 606, 649 

Johnson's complaint of Shirley's conduct in Indian recruitment, 1:823, 
826, 841-42, 879 

Johnson's report on Lake George encampment, 2:6-9 

payment of officers, 1:500-502, 506, 508 

provisions for, 1:525, 597, 611, 654, 670, 682, 691w, 724; 2:81, 182; 
13:43-44 

recruitment for, 1:534, 557, 827, 834, 858; 9:169 

Shirley's letter proposing expedition, 1:445-51. 458 
Draft Proclamation (1759), 10:112, 113-14 
Easton Council and, 2:892, 894, 896; 3:1; 10:2, 4 
election of 1769 and, 6:571, 588, 758 
Fast Proclamation (1775), l:847w-49n 
fortification of Little Carrying Place, 9:137-38 
Iroquois Councils: 

3 751, 1:339-44 

1753, 1:391, 396, 917 

1755, 1:583-84, 610, 667 
Johnson's commission as Colonel and, 2:808 
Jonquiere letter (1755), 9:161 
Kayaderosseras tract and, 4:694 
on Kelly clerkship, 5:224 
land holdings, 10:418 
land licensing, 3:397, 934 
letter, photographed, 1:595 

Minisink and Esopus Indian attack threats (1757), 2:743; 9:853 
Mohawk fort construction and, 1:452, 454, 184, 559,566, 602; 9:1 in 
Mohawk River defense ( 1758), 2:818 L9 
Xiagara expedition M 759) and, 3:110n; 13:116, 117 121 
Oneida furl and, 2:298 
Oswego correspondence (1759), 13:138 
Oswego defense and, 1:414; 9:139 

Pennsylvania land sales | L755) and, 1 : 163, 185 86 

at Philadelphia Council i 1759), 3:205 

on Province debts to Johnson, 1:238-39; 9:97-98 139 II, 149 

regimental returns (1757), 13:96-97 

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Index 

De Lancey, Lieut, Gov. James, 
rum sales and, 1:560-61 

trade in Indian arms prohibited, 10:103, 108 
on Webb's call for aid at Fort Edward, 2:732, 734 
Warren will and, 13:22, 23 
wife of, l:21n 
De Lancey, James, capt., 1:566 

on Albany county division, 7:19-21, 43-44, 59-61, 100-101, 204, 594, 995-96. 

1027; 8:237, 263, 357, 385; 12:932-33 
Assembly candidacy (1768), 6:83 

(1769), 7:19n, 20 
Boston arms stores (1758) and, 9:933 
at Fort Niagara, 3:110?i 
Indian suspect and, 2:541-42, 545-46 
lead mines and, 4:335 
marriage, 8:237 

Oriskany patent and, 8:157; 12:980 
Oswego relief and, 9:446 
Road Act (1770) and, 7:595, 596, 1027-28 
Schenectady land division and, 7:1022, 1026-27 
sister's death, 7:60, 100 
De Lancey, Jno., 6:484-85 

De Lancey, Oliver, col: 2:103, 167, 530; 3:388; 12:581, 684 
Albany county division and, 7:43; 8:359-60, 370, 436-37 
alderman appointment (1754), 1:419 
arms purchase (1758), 10:20 
autograph, l:li 

billeting of soldiers on, 2:666-67 
biographical sketch, 10:492n 
Chuctenunda patent, 4:860 
coroner appointments, 7:197 
Crown Point (1755) : 

arms for, 1:653 

Johnson's accounts, 1:506, 581, 749, 757, 771, 814, 907 

recruiting for, 1:498, 499, 518, 531, 546-47, 876; 9:169 

sheep and cattle husbandry for forces, 9:294, 319 
daughter of, 7:966 
elections (1769), 12:699 
German Flats land, 4:724 
goods for Indians and, 2:537, 783 
Gordon (Lord Adam) and, 4:760 
Hardy and, 2:37, 64, 68-69, 133 
Hay and, 5:830-31 
horse for, 1 : 240 

household tutor and accountant, 7:868 
atKlock trial, 3:672 
land purchases, 1:391; 3:289, 401, 411; 4:697, 767, 851 

Cosby estate, 3:645, 656, 731, 828; 4:94, 204-205, 627, 633, 681, 855, 
860, 864; 5:15, 270; 6:440-41, 469-70, 621, 636; 10:438, 492 

Fort Stanwix, 8:557 

Miln tract, 7:283 

Oneida lands, 7:387, 465-66, 530, 553 

Pennsylvania land purchases (1768) and, 6:357 
Loudoun and, 2:515, 516 
Miller tract lease, 4 :633, 642 
Mohawk prisoner and, 2:80 
Napier and, 4:564 

Niagara expedition supplies and, 2:432 
postal appointments (1769), 7:287 
regiment of, 2:801 
Shipboy accounts and, 6:36-37 
telescope of, 1:525 
Wappinger hearing, 5:506 

158 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Warren estate and, 4:885, 886; 6:636, 651; 7:995; 13:33, 34, 38-39 
Johnson's account against, 13:723 

Johnson's bond to Sir Peter, 3:401, 411, 608, 633, 640; 5:15 
Warrensburg lease, 7:474 
De Lancey, Peter, 4:877; 7:936, 945 
DeLancey, Phila, 7:1144 
De Lancey, Stephen, l:451?i; 5:31 

Albany clerkship application, 4:636-37; 11:529-30 
on Albany county division, 7:1109-10 
on Assembly dissolution rumors (1771), 7:1070 
autograph, 8:xiv 
Chew and, 7:1108 
Church of England and, 8:351 
daughter's marriage, 9 : In 

at Iroquois-Cherokee peace treaty (1767), 12:394 
Johnson's oath as justice of the peace and, 7:869 
justice appointment lists (1770), 12:784 
on mortgage records, 7:1033 
naturalization fees (1771), 7:1138-39 
Stone Arabia certificate, 7:741 
Tice and, 8:74 

Tionnonderoge land claims dispute and, 8:937, 999, 1056 
Tryon County clerkship, 8:436-37 
De Lancey, Sukie, 7:913, 924, 945, 966 
DeLancey and Watts, 13:386 
Delaware George, 2:542, 546 

at Croghan Fort Pitt conference (1760), 3:208, 210 
Teedyuscung and, 2:753 
Delaware king, see Teedyuscung 
Delaware Indians (Wolves) : 

Bouquet expedition (1764), 4:585, 606-607, 608-609, 612; 11:376, 384, 
385-86, 392, 393 

Muskingum conferences, 11:447-67 
Tuscarrowas conference, 4:570-71; 11:435-47 
Bouquet Treaty (175S), 11:444 
Bradstreet expedition, 11:334, 344, 365, 373-74 

Treaty (1764), 4:504, 507, 521-22, 524-25, 534-36, 538-39, 540, 543, 546, 
548, 616, 619; 11:328-33, 341, 343-44, 365, 374, 376, 502, 507 
Canadian embassy (1763), 4:207; 10:304 

Canestio expedition against, 4:321-22, 323-24, 325, 329, 336-37, 344, 354, 
361, 364, 392-94, 399, 400, 403, 405-406; 11:36, 51-52, 74-76, 87, 96-97, 
129, 132, 159; 13:324-25 
Captain Bull taken prisoner (1764), 4:344, 349, 3.10, 352, 359, 365, 369, 
377-78, 421, 496, 498; 8:77, 689; 11:119 
returned, 4:740-41, 775: 11:714, 748, 768-69, 799, 822 
(See also, Bull, Captain (son of Teedyuscung)) 
Catawba war (1754), 1:914 
Cayuga shelter (1764) of, 11:235-36 

Chenango Council (1756) and, 9: U6, 120-21, 429, 455 56, 609, 744, 747, 752 
Cherokee-Iroquois peace treaty (1768) and, 6:41; 12:464, 472, 473 
Cherokee meeting (Muskingum, 1774), 8:1058; 12:1082 
Cherokee messages (1758), 2:803-808, 846 19, 863, 876, 878 
Cherokee protection (1764), 4:399, 403 
chiefdom appointments (1773), 12: 10 17 48 
Chippewas and, 4 : 193 
Chugnut invitation ( 1763), 10:963 
Clapham murder, 11:444 

Cresap murders (1774), 12:1098, 1100, 1115 

Detroit alliances, 3:502 

Detroit attack (1769), 6:751, 776 

Detroit siege (1763) and, 4:150, 279; 10:685-88, 723, 728, 964 65, 974 

Easton Council (1756), 2:402, 524, 536-37, 684-85, 752-55; 9:744, 746, 

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Index 

Delaware Indians, 

750-51 

(1758), 2:839, S65, 875, 877, 878-70; 9:802, 893, 954; 10:61 

(1761), 3:518 

(1762), 3:745-46, 759-60, 760-01, S37-51; 4:18-20; 10:404, 455 
English embassy (1772-73), 8:647-49, 674-75, 689 
English reduction of Canada and, 10:. 'J 16 
English regulation of forts of, 2:439 
English reprisal plans (1764), 4:235, 252, 303, 309, 321, 323, 324, 329, 334, 

348, 354, 372, 373, 396, 402, 406, 415, 426, 453, 483, 493, 509, 519, 597; 

11:201 {See also specific expeditions of 1764, supra, e.g., Delawares, 

Canestio expedition) 
Esopus Indians and, 9:465 
expenses (March 1755-October 1756) in behalf of, 2:566, 574, 614, 621, 623, 

633, 634, 637, 640, 642; 3:163, 165 

(1757), 9:646, 648 

(1769), 6:659 

'1771), 12:921, 925 
Fauquiere conference (1768), 12:415 
Fort Augusta attack plans (1763), 10:757 

Fort Chartres conference (Croghan, Aug.-Sept., 1766), 5:111; 13:407-10 
Fort Edward defense (1756), 9:550 

Fort Johnson Iroquois Council (1755) and, 9:172, 173-74, 189 
Fort Johnson Iroquois Council (1756), Delaware-Shawnee treaty, 9:475-79, 

488, 522, 592, 594, 615, 744, 752 
Fort Johnson meeting (1757), 9:676-78, 685, 693, 695, 700, 710, 718 
Fort Johnson (March, 1758) meeting, 9:879, 885-86 
Fort Ligonier attack (1763), 10:728 
Fort Pitt attack, 4:164, 358, 372, 37S-79, 538; 11:444 
Fort Pitt conference (Croghan, 1760), 3:208-17 
Fort Pitt conference (Croghan, May, 1765), 11:723-34, 736-38, 769, 842, 

843 
Fort Pitt confeience (Croghan, Oct., 1767), 13:433 
Fort Pitt conference (Croghan, May, 1768), 12:500 
Fort Pitt conference (Croghan, Dec, 1768), 13:437, 444-46 
Fort Pitt conference (Croghan, Oct., 1773), 12:1047-48 
Fort Pitt conference (McKee, March, 1774), 12:1083 
Fort Pitt investment (1763), 4:164, 358, 372, 378-79, 538 
at Fort Stanwix Congress (1768), 6:316, 333, 406, 407, 423, 424, 429, 436, 

447, 467, 536; 7:652; 8:76; 12:488, 500, 507, 550, 564, 600, 606, 618, 

621, 629, 632, 636, 648, 652, 673, 680 
French embassy (1763), 10:767-68 
French Ohio recruitment (1755), 9:834 
French- Spanish alliance (1768), 12:601-603 
French sympathies, 2:29; 9:540-41, 612 
Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois Congress (1757) and, 9:615, 620, 624, 719, 

728, 729, 731-32, 733, 736, 737, 739-41, 743, 746-49, 75152, 761, 762. 

763, 771, 827 
Huron Conference (1769), 7:316 
illegal settlements among, 6:5, 72-73 

Indian boundary line and, 6:205, 283; 7:375; 8:76; 12:476 
Iroquois domination of, 2:369, 411, 414-15, 418-19, 681-82, 752; 4:361; 

6:139-40, 142; 8:640, 648, 675, 688-89, 837; 9:310, 336, 364, 476n, 477, 

615, 747, 755; 12:937; 13:76-77 
Iroquois embassy (1755), 1:496; 2:359-60; 9:333-34 

Iroquois embassy (1756), 2:411, 426, 432, 439-40, 443, 445-46, 447 460- 
71; 9:310-11, 328-29, 333-34, 353-54, 360, 364, 371, 373-74, 3S2-83, 400, 

424-25, 429-30, 435, 439-40, 451, 455-57, 477, 540-41, 745-48 {Bee also 

Iroquois, Onondaga Council (1756)) 
Iroquois recruitment (1764) to punish, 4:207, 272, 274 281 291 361 365 
369, 371-72, 373, 387, 389, 399, 402, 406, 501, 551; 10:974, 990; 11:24,' 
33, 52-53, 54, 61, 68, 128-29, 143-44, 149-51, 152, 157-61, 170, 173, 182, 
184-85, 186, 191, 201, 205-209, 233-37, 291, 293, 296. 316, 319, 323, 337^ 

160 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

373-74, 472 

Iroquois refusal (1764) to attack, 11:401-402, 504-505 
Johnson message (1755), 9:334-38 

Johnson (John) expedition (1764), 4:386, 389, 395, 427, 436 
Johnson's Superintendency of Indian Affairs and, 1:476, 496, 590 
Johnson treaties, photographs, 6:652, 694 
Joncaire among (1757), 9:585 
Kaghraandota rendezvous (1763), 10:869, 894 
Kingston Conference, 3:566-69, 591 
Kittaning destruction (1756), 10:964 
Lancaster Treaty, 3:746, 789, 921; 10:576; 13:280 

land claims, 2:752, 754-55; 9:755-56, 763-65, 827; 10:210-11, 214, 215, 230, 
232, 266-68, 403-404, 454-55 
Hardenbergh patent and, 6:761 
royal inquiry into, 3:130, 194-95, 199, 219, 350, 390-91, 401, 639, 764; 

" 10:230, 383-84, 465-66 
Susquehanna, 3:790-91, 851, 931; 4:9-20, 218; 9:565; 10:537-38, 551- 
53, 656, 691-92, 716 
location and fighting numbers (1763), 4:243, 246, 252 

(1764), 4:303 
migration, 2:820, 875-77, 878; 5:544; 7:1149-50; 8:889; 11:601; 12:305- 
306, 1048 

resettlement among Iroquois, 12:242, 243, 258-59, 312 
Mingo relations, 11:399-400; 12:1099 
Minisink raid (1763), 10:896 
missionaries among, 2:454; 12:305-306 
murders (1761) of, 10:402 

Muskingum conference (Croghan, Nov., 1767), 13:437 
New Jersey Declaration of War against, 2:500 
New Jersey hanging, 9 : 755 
New York raids: 

(1755), 2:359; 9:328, 331 
(1756), 2:418-19 
Niagara Congress (1764) and, 4:446, 512, 513; 11:13, 252 
Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:468-71, 475, 479-80, 492-93, 524; 13:246, 

252, 254, 255 
Niagara attack threat (1764), 11:163 
Niagara encampment (1764), 11:196 
North Carolina raids (1754), 1:496 
Ohio River towns listed by Bouquet, 11:212 
Onondaga Councils: 

(1756), 2:494, 496, 499-500, 506, 509; 9:439, 151 52. 456-57, 478 79 
( 1757), 2:694-95 
(1772), 8:679; 12:105(1 
Onondaga-Mohawk conference (July, 1768), 12:645 

Onondaga Slmwi Council (1757), 9:779 

Oquagas and, 10:896-97, 899; 11:182; 12:331-32 
Ottawa Council (1762), 10:534, 535 
Ottawa war hatchet accepted | 1703), 10:866-67, 891 93 
Ouiatanon conference (Croghan, Any., L765), 11:899-90 
peace negotiations and offers ( L764), 1: t25 26, 502, 519, 520. 571, 625, 629, 
6 10 11, 61(1-47, 649-50; 11:173, 252, 3 15, 318, 325, 392, .".97 
Bouquet conferences and, 11:496 98, t99, 509, 5 m 

Chenussio protection of Squashcutter's party, 4:482, 192, 194 95, 195-98, 
5(i(i, 501; ll:il!t, iso-si, is. i, is;,. |95 j 205, 206, 235-36, 291, 292, 
293, 314-15, 318-19, 321, 358, 378-80, 179, 494, 520, 540, 553-54, 
597, 598 
Chenussio surrender of Squashcutter's party, 1:502, 508-509, 512 !•"., 517, 
518, 570, 646; 11:625, 628, 650, 657 5s, 660, 661, 704, 705, 706, 707, 
70S; 13:334 
Shawnee hostage flight and, 4:608-609, 618, 640, 651, 710: 11:482-84, 
510-11, 515-16, 53,1, 560, 617, 725 

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Index 

X)p1?iw?itp XnfiifLiiis 

Peace Treaty '(Johnson Hall, 1765), 4:612-13, 620, 624, 633, 649, 650, 654, 

655, 664-65, 667, 719, 723, 724, 731, 733, 739, 740, 756, 760, 770; 8:76 

deputies, 4:586; 11:455, 458, 459-60, 466, 475, 482, 484, 515, 516, 519, 

540, 544, 545, 560, 565, 570, 585, 586, 592-93, 604, 617, 624-25, 657, 

661-62, 682, 701, 725, 736, 737, 748, 768-69, 783, 822, 831 

proceedings, 4:734, 736, 741, 742, 743-44, 746, 749, 755; 11:706, 713, 

714, 716, 761, 763, 820, 823, 861 
ratification, 4:782, 783, 786, 793; 5:111; 11:869, 896; 12:79 
terms, 11:496-97, 516, 565-66, 588, 644, 664, 702, 70S, 726, 732, 748, 
810, 815; 13:334 
Pennsylvania boundary line and, 3:931; 4:76; 5:8, 22 
Pennsylvania condolence (Fort Pitt, 1768), 6:92, 122, 176, 224-25 
Pennsylvania embassy (1758), 2:787-90, 797 
Pennsylvania grant to William Penn, 6:557-59 
Pennsylvania Proclamation of War (1756) upon, 2:440, 444-46, 447-48, 

452-55, 458, 465, 467-71, 716, 756 
Pennsylvania raids: 

(1755), 2:368-70, 394, 409, 414; 9:309-11; 13:76-77, 78 
(1756), 2:443-44, 446, 657; 9:420-21 
(1763), 10:925, 974 
Philadelphia Council (1732), 3:733 
Piankashaws and, 8 : 646 

Pittsburgh conference (1773) on Shawnee warning to traders, 12:1034, 1046 
political structure of, 3:800, 803-805, 815-16 
Pontiac messages (1765), 11:810, 813 
Pottawatomies and, 8:117; 13:670 

prisoner return from, 4:229; 10:99, 318, 409, 547-48; 11:175, 337, 385, 
394, ±4:0-67 passim, 484-91passim, 498, 510-11; 11:661, 702, 713, 768, 
800, 810; 13:132 
provision disbursement (1768), 12:734 

recruitment, 2:370, 394, 828; 9:420-21, 429, 494, 529; 10:29 
Eed Stone Creek settlers and, 5:504, 492, 540, 573; 12:296, 308, 367 
Sandusky Council (1761), 3:405, 438, 448, 696 
Sandusky Council (1763), 4:255; 10:939 
Sandusky Indians and, 11:125 
Schoharie visit (1763), 10:962-63 

Scioto Congress (1768), 12:373; 13:433, 436-38, 441, 444-46 
Seneca land sales (1766), 5:242 
Seneca-Ottawa meeting (1764), 4:495, 500-501 
Seneca relations, 2:443, 694; 4:210; 7:652; 10:791, 903; 12:374, 379, 388; 

13:436-37 
Shamokin murders, 3:459; 10:854; 13:233 
Shawnee Council of 1770, 7:689 
Shawnee-Huron conference (Croghan, Fort Pitt, June 1766), 13:406-407, 

413, 414 
Shawnee-Mingo conference (Johnson Hall, Nov., 1768), 12:632-35 
Shawnee-Virginia hostilities (1774) and, 8:1182 
Shawnee-Wyandot conference (Croghan, Scioto, 1766), 13:407 
Southern hostilities (1757), 9:853 
Squashcutter's death and, 11:820-21 
Stoekbridge Indian message (1763), 10:931 
Stump murders and, 6:102, 110, 128-29; 12:591 

Teedyuscung and, 2:510-13, 524, 555-56, 788, 812, S24-30, 874-75; 9:565, 
607; 10:214 

Cherokee peace proposal, 2:803-805, 849 
threat of general Indian war (1762), 3:931, 964-65; 10:578-79, 580, 597 
(1763), 4:95-100, 180, 235, 239 
(1769), 7:182, 185 
(1770), 7:483-84, 652, 669, 689 
(1771), 7:1153; 12:917 
Tiaogo account of quarrel with English (1755), 9:334-38 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Tiaoga settlements, 9:456-57, 565, 618, 633, 719 

trade, 4:760; 5:381-82, 3S3; 11:644, 760, 778 

trade indemnities (1766), 5:38 

Tryon and, 8:596-97, 609 

Tusearora declaration against, 10:946-47, 958-59 

Virginia speech to the Governor (1767), 5:665-66 

Wabash Indians and 6:512; 7:77, 78-79, 134, 138, 140; 8:842 

war belt circulation, 4:408, 674-75; 5:662, 698, 751, 755; 6:250, 720; 7:149 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:6-7, 10 

at Wheelock school, 9-ASOn; 10:310 

Wyoming settlement and, 2:465, 499, 752, 824, 827, 842, 864; 3:391; 9:923 
Delaware Kiver, 2:359, 368, 369, 402, 418 

Albany county division and, 7:21; 8:300 

Charles II letters patent and, 6:357-58 

Connecticut settlers on, 3:391; 10 : 656 ; 12 : 392 

Easton Council and, 2:574; 3:767, 779-80, 837-50passim 

Franklin (William) on fund derived from, 8:264 

Hardenbergh patent and, 6:735-38, 739 

Indian boundary line and, 7:99; 12:405, 657 

Iroquois claims, 8:348; 12:259, 260-61, 331, 346, 582 

lands sales on, 5:735, 778; 7:94-95; 8:348 

massacre rumors (1763), 4:219 

Mohawk (East) branch, 6:736-37; 8:300, 348, 383, 384 

Pennsylvania Purchase boundaries and, 6:556-58; 12:519-20 

shipping (1760), 13:183 

Teedyuscung's outline of Delaware lands on. 3:767, 839 

Walking Purchase and, 3:795-818 
Deligneris, , cadet, 13:115 

Deline, Cornelus, 1:235 
Delisle, John, 5:169 
Dellius, Godfrey, 3:427; 10:311 
Delly, Abram, 7:462 
Delly, John, 7:462 
Delly, Lisa, 7:462 
Delomont, , 1:362 

Delyel, James, capt., see Dalyell, James, capt. 
Deinere (Raymond?), l:712n 
Deming, Solomon, 7:414 
Dernier, George, ens., lieut., 8:179-80, 207, 236, 505 

Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761) journey, 13:239, 241 

on Niagara expedition (1759), 3:70n, 71, 79, 82, 91, 118; 13:158, 159 

wife's desertion, 7:798 
Demooth, John, 8:1210 
DeMuth, John J., 8:655 
Deneije, , 4:767 

Denis, Sir Peter, 7:1074 
Denisseaux, , 13:320 

Deniston, , carpentry supplies (1769), 13:519 

Deniston (Danneston, Deneston, Denison, Denniston), Daniel: 

death, 6:732; 7:701; 12:794?i 

estate administration, 8':72-73, 504; 12:794, 795 

at Mohawk conferenr,. (Guy Park, 1768), 12:.")!.". 

Oneida lands, 7:3X7, 165 66, 530», 55:; 

will, 7:519, 6S6-87 
Deniston, Hugh: 

Broomc-Phornix suit;, 7:3S(), 616. !>::7, 1032; 8:710, 745, 766. 787 

Deniston (Daniel) estate and, 7:686 

Oustcrhout trespass suit bond ( 1770), 13:496 97 
Deniston, Sophia (Mrs. Daniel), 7:1042; 8:72-73, 443, 504 

land release (o Johnson (1770) 12:79 1 795 
Denmark, 8:514, 589 

fleet of, 8:831 

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Index 

Denmark, 

France and, 7:946 
Holstein and, 3 : 681 
war of 1771, 8:104 
Dennie (Indian chief), 12:450 
Denning, Eliza, 13:533 
Dennison, , maj., 13:50 

Denniston, , 5:664 

Denniston, Charles, 7:1107 
Denny of the Cedars, 7:960 
Denny, William: 
autograph, 2:xiii 
Cherokees and, 2:716, 742, 751, 756, 797-99, 803, 806, 811, 814, 863-65, 878; 

3:581; 9:954-55 
Croghan debt, 3:387, 505; 10:255, 257, 306 
Delaware English prisoners, 2:827 

Delaware recruitment (1758), 2:756, 788-89; 9:892, 893 
Easton Councils: 

(1756), 2:653; 9:522, 564-66, 607, 609, 615, 744 

(1758) and, 2:817, 839, 890-91, 894, 896; 3:1-2, 10-11; 9:894, 900, 954, 
964 967 970 "10:2 4 
Forbes and, 2:813, 891, 896; 9:893; 10:104 
Fort Duquesne attack and, 3:3 
Harris Ferry-Lancaster Council (1757), 9:607-608, 614, 615-16, 719, 735, 

737-39, 742-45, 748-49, 750, 754, 759-60, 827 
Indian Affairs authority and, 2:557-58, 559, 658-59, 716, 812-13, 815; 9:892 
Indian rumors of Johnson's irresponsibility (1757), 9:628 
Oneida message (1758) from, 9:923-24 
Pennsylvania governorship, 2:505n; 9:505-506 
Philadelphia Council (1759), 3:205 
postage account (1757), 9:648 
Quakers and, 2:742, 752, 753, 829, 834; 3:744, 848 
Teedyuscung and, 2:556, 752-54, 788, 797-99, 806, 808, 812, 814, 826; 

9:735-36, 742, 744-45, 756, 763-65, 892 
Winchester rendezvous of Western Indians (1758), 2:811-12, 814 
Wyoming speech, 3:33-36 
Denonville, Jacques Bene de Brisay, Marquis de, 10 : 878n 
Denormandy, ,3:258; 13:117, 121, 122 

De Noyelles (De Noyels), John, 7:287 
Denton, , lieiit., 3:60, 67, 69, 73; 13:152 

Depaiba, ,4:643; 11:573 

DePeyster, general, cited, 2:xii 

De Peyster, Abraham, Jr., l:072n, 691?i 
De Peyster, Arent Schuyler, capt., 13:670 
DePeyster, Gerardus, 4:43 
De Peyster, J. Watts, 2:537n 
De Peyster, John: 
autograph, 9 :xii 

accounts, 4:221; 6:29S; 7:367; 12:998 
Albany stores for New York forces (1755), 1:705, 756, 788, 799, 800, 862 

(See also Schuyler and DePeyster) 
as Albany Surrogate, 3:299 
broadaxes sent by, 9:250-57 
Collins and, 1:293, 363-64, 381; 9:92 
Deniston will, 7:519; 8:504 

Fort Edward garrison (1755-56) winter provisions, 2:405, 423, 424 
land purchase license, 1:379, 380 

at Mohawk Kayaderosseras conference (Johnson Hall, 1768), 12:572 
Mohawk land claims at Tiononndoroge and, 8:567-69, 958, 993 
Oswego garrison supply and, 1 : 29, 33 
paymaster appointment, 1:587 

Queens County gift to Crown Point forces, 13:57-58 
request for letter of recommendation, 1:39 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

summons to Johnson, for selling rum to Indians, 1:19 
Depokadori (Onondaga), 12:628 
Depue, Moses, 3:567 
Dequaney, see Couagne 
Dequindre, , cadet, 10:822 

Dequindre, Louis Cesair, col., 13:115, 251 
Dequoney (Indian), 5:578?i; 13:426 
De Eeviere, , 12:641 

DeRidder, Killiaen, 1:622; 2:149 
Derius, lieut., 13:115 

De Riviere, , 13:711, 714 

Ue Riviere, Miss (of Montreal), 4:734 

Derley, John, 3:90 

Deroche, (Aagistagese, Indian name), 10:425 

Derreoice, , 11:827 

Derrivine, Baubien, 5:134 
Derroder, George, 9:491 
Derryaganagh, Ireland, 13:734 
Deruto, George, 7:438 
Deryea, , lieut., 3 : 99 

Desaguliers, J. T., 1:264 
De Saulles, Jonas, 5:169 
DeSautter, Jonas, 5:134 
Desbroses, Elias, 4:273 
Desbrosses, Stephen, 4:578; 5:155 
Deschambault, 3:145«, 
Deshon, Moses, 2:305 
Desligneris, Francois Mari Merchant: 

embassy to the colonies, 1:187, 192, 193», 196, 217, 220, 224; 9:64 

at Fort Duquesne, 2:857 

Johnson message sent by, 9 : 60 

taken at Fort Niagara, 3:108, 109, 121; 13:115 
Desmusaux, Lisette, 4:787 
Des Onie, 3:546; 10:323; 13:235, 236 
Desponligney, chevalier, capt., 13:115 

Desreuisseaux, P., 4:768 
Detailler, , 5:619 

Detroit, 1:298, 302-303, 517, 915; 5:503 

barracks repair (1764), 11:340 

Bouquet peace negotiations and, 11:531 

Bradstreet Congress with Western Nations (1704), 4:509, 526-33, 517, 549n 
575, 601; 11:338, 340-41, 349-51, 375, 376, 394-96, 472, 493 

Bradstreet Indian conference plans (1765), 11:646, 740, 839, 871, 893, 899, 
901 

cattle provisions (1761), 3:507, 524 

Chippewa appeal concerning Lake Erie vessel (1769), 6:710-22, 776-77; 
7:148-49 

Chippewa murder of Sinclair's servant, 12:335-36, 364, 366, 373 j 13:435 

Chippewa squaw drowned at, 5:731 

communication with outposts, 3:528, 608; 13: 201 

Croghan conferences: 

(1760), 3:359, 360; 10:198-206 

(1761), 10:218, 231-32, 310, 322 

(1765), 4:848, 852, 859; 11:938-39, 940, 943, 954, 958, 962 

(1707), 2:375, 415; 13:435,437, 138 13, III 

rcnglisli garrison (1701), 10:320 

English garrison (1772), 8:520 

English governorship, 3:316-17, 323, 344; 11:223 

fort design, 13:288-89, 291 

French fortification of, 3:258; 10:130, 145, 171-72, 171. L79 

French garrison conveyed to New Fork ( 1701), 10:209 

French Indian Council's, 2:794-96; 9:011, 012, 020; 10:301 

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Index 

Detroit, 

French. Indian lands at, 12 : 67 
French Indian troops (1757) at, 9:642 

French inhabitants, 4:792; 6:157; 7:29; 10:6, 560-61; 11:493, 853; 
12:159-60, 968-69; 13:203, 230-31, 243, 251 
McDougall plan (1768) for removal of, 12:606-607 
French provision supply (1759), 10:131, 132-33 
French strategic use of, 9:126; 10:131, 174 
Gage Indian conference (1763), 4:284 
Gladwin command, 4:81-82; 10:476n 
Great Lakes exploration and, 10:294-95, 522-26, 544 
Hay Indian Council (Nov., 1774), 13:691-92, 698 
Huron church bell request (1768), 12:424 
Huron conference (May, 1764), 11:176-80, 191-92, 233 
Huron visits (1765), 11:939 

Illinois colonization proposal and, 5:328-29; 6:87; 12:415, 429 
Indian Affairs Deputy authority, 4:785, 798; 11:377, 803; 12:413; 13:225, 

424 
Indian attack threats (1761), 3:437, 505, 510; 13:217-18, 223-24, 225-26, 

235, 239 

Campbell (Donald) conferences on, 3:438, 448-53, 505, 514, 515, 520 

Seneca plot, 3:437-39, 450, 460, 464-66, 505, 510; 13:219-20, 223-24, 
225-26, 227, 230, 233, 236-37, 238-39, 253, 254-55, 256-57, 270 
Indian attack threats (1762), 3:734 
Indian attack threats (1763), 10:640-41, 728 
Indian attack threats (1765-66), 11:740, 744-45, 763, 764-65, 772, 784, 790, 

803, 851, 862, 981-82, 989; 12:227-28 
Indian attack threats (1767-68), 12:367, 508 
Indian attack threats (1769), 6:750-51, 769, 774, 776-77, 781; 7:1, 10, 13, 

15, 21, 28-29, 30, 47, 55-56, 98; 8:137; 12:722-23, 729, 744, 759 
Indian attack threats (1771), 8:7, 16 
Indian attack threats (1772), 12:973 
Indian land offer to Johnson, 13:203 
as Indian meeting place, 4:200; 13:257 
Indian name (Teughsaghruntie), 9:611, 612, 620 
Indian population, 3:235, 501-502, 523; 7:675-76; 10:450, 559; 11:281-86; 

12:1044-46; 13:209, 248-49, 251 
Indian prisoner return to, 4:485; 5:618-21, 818; 11:334 
Indian provisions, 3:388, 582, 822; 4:136, 200, 246-48, 414; 6:177, 541; 

7:159; 10:255, 257; 12:822 

(1765), 11:5S9, 765, 871, 898-99, 901, 907-908, 939, 958 
Indian siege (1763) : 

Chenussio account of Indian decision to attack, 10:964-66 

Chippewas and, 11:307 

courts of inquiry, 4:670-79; 10:730-32, 734-36 

Cuyler's detachment attacked, 4:135, 137m, 148; 10:723 

Dalyell action of Bloody Bridge, 4:195, 196-97, 199, 200, 201; 10:762- 
66, 790-91, 814, 857, 991 

Delaware reports of, 10:685-88, 728 

expeditions to relieve, 4:148, 149, 150-51, 167, 173, 182, 187, 192, 194-95, 
210-11, 212-13, 219, 232, 255, 278, 299, 363; 10:716-17, 719, 761 
788, 803 ' ' ' 

French involvement, 4:164, 170, 303, 355, 391, 403-404, 414, 418, 433, 
437, 447, 670-79, 763-64; 10:692-94, 858; 11:164, 216, 217, 218-19 
226-27, 229-30; 13:290, 291-93 

French involvement deposition by Jadeau, 10:985-86; 11:218-19: 
13:317-21 ' 

Indian instructions from Villiers, 10:822-23 

Iroquois and, 10:715, 717, 809-10, 829-30, 866-68 

Jenkins capture, 10:690-91 

McDonald account, 10:736-45, 776 

Missisaugas and, 10:861-62 

outpost attacks, 10 : 727 {See also specific forts) 

166 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

peace offers, 4:278-79, 280, 281-82, 292, 295, 296, 299, 303, 310, 318, 319, 
325-26, 330-31, 334-35, 354, 367-68, 374-75, 377; 10:915, 956, 992; 
11:11, 52, 68, 115, 163-64, 191, 282 

Pennsylvania Susquehanna action and, 10:691-92, 716, 720 

provision blockades, 4:213; 10:812-13, 816, 863, 867, 873, 906, 907, 919, 
920, 936-37; 11:518 

renewal (1764), 4:403-404, 406, 408-409, 410, 414, 418, 424, 433; 8:841; 
11:125, 167-68, 173, 174, 194, 200 

Rogers journal of, 13:288-96 
interpreters at, 3:552, 915; 5:442-43, 675, 688-89, 703, 723, 730; 6:764; 

7:196; 10:452, 460, 544, 560; 11:397, 685, 831; 12:75-76, 206, 804; 

13:318-19, 389, 421 
Joncaire in, 6:416-21; 12:327, 387, 522 
Lernoult Indian Council (Nov., 1774), 13:697, 698 
mail routes, 4:299-300, 314, 422, 437; 10:606 
Maisonville lands at, 8:178, 202, 224, 232-33 
Maisonville mission (1771) journey stop, 12:931 
map (Montresor's), 10:870 
mathematicians' passes, 6:645 
Michilimackinac dependency, 12:2, 31, 51S 
missionary at, 5:437 
Monckton expedition (1760), 10:163 
murder of Clapham near, 10:520, 544 
murder of Croghan's interpreter (1766), 5:239-40 
murder of French officers (1761) rumored at, 3:412-16 
murder of a white child (1767) at, 5:621, 644n, 652-53, 670, 671-73, 688, 

723, 730; 12:544 
murders of Indians (1765), 4:885, 889; 11:970-72, 982-83, 988 
murders of Indians (1766), 5:160-61, 205, 224-25, 232, 271-72, 552, 573; 

12:115, 130 
murders of Indians (1767), 12:307-308, 322, 323, 335-36; 13:435 
murders of Indians (1768), 12:508 

Niagara capture by English (1759) and, 3:108, 131, 316; 13:153 
Ottawa land sales (1774), 13:667 
Ottawa meetings, 10:141, 534-35 
Ottawa murders (1767), 13:443 
outpost maintenance, 5:30; 6:313; 11:23 
physician at, 10:452 

Pontiac's War (See Detroit, Indian siege (1763), supra) 
Pontiac visits, 11:517, 540, 569, 939; 12:100; 13:321 
Pottawatomie attack (1772) on Van Slyck, 8:672-73, 749, 764, 770 
Pottawatomie hostages (1766), 12:105, 115, 193, 229 
Pottawatomie hostages (1769), 7:93-94, 141, 163, 189 
Pottawatomie murders: 

(1764-65), 4:650, 705, 719, 722, 733; 11:531, 547-52, 587-89, 602, 646, 

665, 705 
(1766), 5:35, 159-60, 204-205, 271, 276, 279, 3S9-90, 302; 12:29-31 
(1768), 12:486-87, 507-508, 517-18 
Pottawatomie-Spanish intrigues (1768) and, 12:585-86 
Eogers expedition (1760) against, 3:229-30, 276, 284, 294, 301-302, 315-16, 

318, 343; 10:194, 870-72; 13:320 

French capitulation (1761) to, 3:310-11, 315-19, 323, 343-44; 10:209 
Rogers plot (1767-68) and, 12:378, 440, 444, 449, 451, 492 
Seneca messages (1759) to Ottawas of, 13:128 
settlement proposals, 3:302; 7:359, 1149; 8:224, 233 
sickness (1766), 5:441, 402 
smallpox plague rumors (1768), 12:544-45 
smiths, 4:180, 181, 438; 5:264, 382-83, 442-43, 620, 649; 6:764; 7:196. 

526; 10:452, 544, 560; 11:831, 922-2:!; 12:75-76, 804; 13:319, 121 
Stevenson command, 7:802, 1040«; 12:968-69 
taxation, 12:968-69 
trade : 

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Index 

Detroit, 

boat maintenance (1765) expense, 11:992 

colonial administration of, 8:29, 37; 12:710 

commissary appointment, 5:32, 76-77, 201, 278, 442-43, 545, 559, 730-31; 

6:x; 7:78, 298; 8:1033; 11:537, 633, 831; 12:23, 106, 286, 373 
court of inquiry on Hay's conduct of, 5:815, 817; 12:289-90; 13:439 
courts of enquiry on fraud, 5:469, S17; 12:216-17 
Fort Pitt and, 4:787 

French-Indian trade near, 6:437n, 509-10, 536; 7:94; 10:858 
Gage passes (1763), 4:212 
Hasenclever proposal, 5:344, 345 

Indian attack rumor effects (1769), 12:722-23, 726, 729 
Hay residency appointment (1774), 8:1033, 1070-71, 1194; 12:1058, 

1092; 13:666 
Lenox application for permit, 10:430 
limitation to outpost, 4:195, 443, 445; 5:523, 524; 11:222; 12:411; 

13:457-5S 
memorial of English traders (1762), to Campbell, 3:944 
Miamis and, 5:546, 557-58; 6:53 
in Niagara trade reports (1768), 12:650, 660-61 
opening (1761) of, 3:317, 343-45, 422, 455, 461, 495, 502, 552; 10:257- 

58, 283, 328-29; 13:203, 234 
price levels, 13:203, 320-21 
punishment of violations, 4:41; 5:726-27 
report (1767), 12:398-400 
rum-running (1772), 8:363 

siege (1763) interruption of, 10:681, 751, 7S5, 786, 861; 11:589, 853 
soldiers engaged in, 5:712 
traders' memorial and petition to Johnson (1767), 5:807-15, 826-30; 

6:113 
traders' memorial against Sogers (1767), 5:819-20 
traders' petition to Jehu Hay (1767), 5:653-59, 703 
Van Schaack (1763), 4:247-48 
Wade & Kreuser and, 8:511, 560 
Winston and, 10:715 
Turnbull command (1770), 7:731 
Verchere at, 7:159-60 
Western Indian Congress (1761), see Niagara-Detroit Indian Congress 

(1761) 
Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:7 
Detroit Pilot, Bradstreet guide, 11:493 
Detroit River, 13:248 

map, 4:486 
Deurzo, Elizabeth, 1:188 
Deux Montagnes, Lac de, 3 : 2i0n 
Devenport, Abraham, 1:493 
Deverson, capt., 4:430 

Devil's Hole ambuscade, see Niagara, Western Indian uprisings (1763-64), 

Carrying Place attacks (1763) 
Devine, Marrce, 11:487 

De Visme, Mrs. Ann, 3:833; 4:228, 237, 254; 5:369, 381 
ham ordered for, 5:624; 7:558 
Prevost and, 8:207 
De Vismes, Philip, 3:140, 148; 13:162 
Devonport, Samuel, 1:877 
Devonshire, England, 13:214 
Devow, Sgt., 1:152 

De Wint, (druggist), 8:552-53, 583 

De Witt, Andrew, 8:555, 571 
Deybertsyer, George, 6:703-704 
Deyckman, Jacob, Jr., see Dyckman, Jacob, Jr. 

Deyger (Deygert, Tyger), Sovermus (Sefferines, Sufferinus), lieut., capt., 
2:690; 3:370, 613; 4:175, 298; 7:456 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Klock-Nelles patent release and, 4:657 

list of delinquent soldiers, 4:221 
Deygert, William, 8:334 

Stone Arabia roads and, 7:214 
Deygert, Peter S., 8:333 

Deygert (Deygart, Warner), Werner, 7:666; 8:333, 655 
Diagawekee (as name for governors of North Carolina), 13:391 
Diagawekee (Diaeyagawehe — Tuscarora chief), 11:187 

North Carolina embassy (1766), 13:390-92 
Diahogo, see Tioga 
"Dialogue between Marshal Saxe and Baron de Dicskau in the Elysian Fields," 

2:25n 
Diaquande (Deioquande, Tuyaguande — Onondaga sachem) : 

on Bradstreet expedition conduct, 11:709 

flags and medals returned, 10:237, 238; 12:365, 370 

Fort Stanwix Congress, 12:628 

Ganughsharaga Creek conference (1767), 12:365 

Iroquois Canadian delegation (1756), 2:563 

at Iroquois conference on Newkirk murders, 10:626, 633 

Iroquois conference (Oswego, 1759), 13:136, 148 

at Iroquois Congress (Johnson Hall, Dec, 1763), 10:971 

liquor request (1766), 12:184 

at Mingo conference (Johnson Hall, Jan., 1774), 12:1054, 1060 

on Montreal expedition, 10:182; 13:178 

Niagara Congress (1764) journey, 11:253 

presents, 2:462; 12:998 

sachemhood, 10:237; 11:158 

Seneca murder of French fur traders (1773) and, 12:1054-55 

son's death, 12:241 
Diary of Sir William Johnson, 3:105, 113 
Dibblce, Ebenezer, 7:170 
Dice, Maddil, 7:462 
Dice, William, 11:796 
Dick (runaway slave), 8:918, 968-69, 1001 
Dick, Miss ,1:1 

Dick, Captain (Mohawk), 3:153, 157; 9:722, 780; 12:900 

Abcrcromby and, 10:9, 10, 16, 17-18 

Amherst and, 10:125, 128 

French Peter and, 10:308 

Montreal expedition, 10:180; 13:174 
Dick, Captain (Onondaga), 10:410 
Dick, Mary, 4:160 

Dickenson, (of Philadelphia), 7:57 

Dickerson, Isaac, 3:761 
Dickinson, Charles, 7:220 
Dickinson, John, 7:868 
Dickinson, Jonat, 6:559 
Dickson, William, 8:334 
Diefendorff, II. -nines, 3:342; 4:112, 146 
Dielbe, John, 8:655 
Diell, John, 3:718; 8:333 
Dies, John, 1:393, 418, 586, 618 lit; 3:359, 667; 13:228, 240, 241 

boatbuilding (1761), 3:512; 13:265 

Boyle and, 1:717-18 

Crown Point (1755), supplies and, 1:580, 608, 649, 680-81, 684, 688 7" I 29 
742-44, 747, 759, 762-63, 862 

on flatboat construe) ion 1:863, 875 

German Plats patent and, 1:67>5; 3:3(26, 373, 397, 398, 399, 1 26 

Kayaderosseras patent and, 3:642 
Dicskau (Deskieu, Diersau) , Baron de, 1:237; 7:54 
British view of, 2:441 
on Oaghnawagas 2:68, 72-73, 86 

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Index 

Dieskau, Baron de, 

forces under, 2:18-24, 48-49, 58, 60-61, 72, 76-77, 95, 111, 122, 146, 171, 
200-202, 340; 9:232 292-93; 13:197, 198 

French, reprisals for capture of, 2:293, 384 

on Johnson, 2:25n, 68 

letter of thanks to Johnson, 2:lS3-85 

money loaned to, 2:403 

papers of, 2:60, 169, 419-20 

as prisoner, 2:41, 43, 74, 91, 222, 361, 399; 9:230, 232, 234, 238, 264; 
13:81 
at Johnson's Albany house, 2:44, 45 46, 56, 63, 100, 136 183-85 205; 

9:293; 10:117n; 13:47-48, 49 
medical care of, 2:280-81, 282; 9:232 
in New York City, 2:47, 165, 183«, 342, 352, 438 

Shirley's opinion of, 2:97 

sword of, 2:422 
Dietz, , in Lawyer and Zimmer patent, 8:1089 

Digges, capt., 13:76 

Dike, Nathaniel, 1:766 

Dillabach, Wilhelmus, see Dillenbach, Wilhelmus 
Dillenbach, Balthaser, 7:666 

Dillenbach (Dillenbagh), Christian, 3:522; 4:12, 634; 10:607-608 
Dillenbach, Martinus, Jr., 4:281, 286, 316; 13:322 
Dillenbach (Dillebagh), Wilhelmus, lieut., 4:221; 12:333; 13:333 
Dillenbach (Dillebach, Dillebagh, Dillenbach, Tillebach, Tillebagh), Wilhelmus, 

justice of the peace, 3:327, 522; 4:286 

justice's commission of, 3:641, 648, 652, 655 

Klock trial and, 3:674; 4:144 

Lappius and, 3:602, 606, 633 

Myer and, 4:409 

Stone Arabia threat of attack (1758), 10:76 
Dillenbagh, Andrew, 6:174 
Dillion, , 1:4ft, 14 

Dimpler, George, see Demler, George 
Dingman, Andrew, 10:531 
Dinwiddie, Gov. Bobert: 

biographical sketch, 1:833« 

Cherokees and, 2:427-28 

Crown Point (1755) and, 1:447, 519, 558, 846, 858 

death of, 7:913 

Delaware-Shawnee uprisings (1756) and, 9:451 

French fortification of the Ohio and, 1:385, 916-17, 918-20; 9:131-32 

Iroquois conference (1754) plans, 9:130 

Jonquiere letter (1755), 9:161 

Monongahela and, 1:403, 406; 9:208 

Will's Creek expedition and, 1:420 
Dinwiddie, Fort, 11:244 
Dioagoa, see Tioga 
Disease, see Medicine ; Sickness 
Dishington, Dr., 1:1 
Disney, Daniel, capt., 5:474 
Dissenters, see Protestants; and see specific sects other than the Church of 

England 
Diver, Hans, 11:488 
Diver, John, 11:488 
Dixon, Mrs. , 7:173 

Dixon, Jeremiah, 5:737n; 6:5n 
Dniester River, 7:285??, 
Dobbs, , maj., 2:551, 560 

Dobbs, Arthur, Gov. of North Carolina, 4:49, 395; 10:951-52 
Dobie, Richard, 4:195; 12:615 
Dobie and Forbisher, 13 : 709 
Dobson, Pieter, 5:468 

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Docks, Thomas, 1:872 

Dogs, 4:790; 6:640; 7:1035; 8:379 

breeding, 8:720 

English import, 5:798; 7:559 

Hibernian fox hounds, 12:2 

hounds from Wade, 4:24, 214, 237 

Johnson aid in snowstorm, 13:198 

pointers, 1:971-72; 4:64, 68, 78; 10:282; 13:273 

small-pox carriers, 13:209 

tailless, 13:191 
Dogsteader, Hendrick, 7:1067-68 
Dogsteader, Ury Adam, 2:575 
Dole, James, 8:351 
Domine Eiver, 8:825-27 
Dominick, , Jr., 6:241 

Domstadt, battle of, 3:284n 
Donbreek, capt., 1:249 
Donegal, Pennsylvania, ll:663n 
Donell, John, 12:1111-12 

Dongau, Gov. Thomas, 4:65; 8:936rc, 956-57, 992; 9:158 
Donn (Indian), 7:976 
Donnelon, Franses, 1:50 

Donnellan, Edward, 12:787, 819, 960, 98S; 13:569 
Donnellan, John Ormsby, lieut., 4:440, 706; 11:667-68 

Canestio expedition and, 4:427 

English voyage (1764), 4:503; 11:334-35 

Quebec Delineated of, 4:511 
Doolittle, , capt., 2:212, 241, 250, 256; 9:274 

Doquanie, see Couagne, Jean Baptiste de 
Dorchester County, Maryland, 6:257 
Doreil, , 2:25n 

Dorien (Miami), 5:730 
Dorin, , 8:352 

Dorn, Richard, 7:31 
Dorn, Valentin, 4:286 
Dorset County, Maryland, 12:258 
Doty, Rev. John, 8:928n; 12:1078 
Doudy, John, capt., 6:297; 12:590 
Doue, Abram, see Douw, Abraham, capt., 
Dougan, Henry, 7:70; 8:847-49 
Dougharty, Constantine, 7:216 
Douglas, Asa, 7:414; 13:639 
Doughty, , ma j., 2:212 

Doughty, John, see Doty, Rev. John 
Douglass, capt., 1:760 
Douglass, James, ensign, 3:990n 
Douville, ,2:21,23 

Douw, , capt., 7:180 

Douw (Doue, Dow), Abraham, capt., 1:109; 3:321, 3S0, 607, 614, 656 

drafts on, 4:254, 255, 266, 267, 311, 313, 356 

justice appointment (1762) 3:750 

justice appointment list (1770), 12:783, 784, 793 
Douw, Ilance, 2:589 

Douw, Johannes Volkert, 7:914; 8:153-54 
Douw, Peter W., l:362n, 379, 380; 7:373 
Douw, Volkert, 1:39; 3:750 
Douw, Volkert A'm, 4:86; 11:695 
Douw (Dow), Volckert P., 2:335 

as Albany mayor, 4:43, 148; 5:64-65, 88 

Assembly allotments (1755) for fortification, 1:920-21; 9:163-64 

Assembly candidacy (1770), 7:1036 

autograph, S:xiii 

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Index 



Douw, Volckert P., 

Chenussio trade and, 4:228, 229, 232-33; 10:916 
Croghan draft, 7:95 
on highway commissioners, 4 : 633 
Hoosick patent survey, 8:388-89 
justice appointment "(1762), 3:750 
justice appointment list (1770), 12:783, 792 
in New York Assembly, 3:324, 325, 580 
non-importation agreements protest (1770), 12:848-49 
portrait, 3:325 

Van Rensselaer (Maria) lands and, 8:428-29 
Vetter naturalization certificate, 3:263-64 
White estate, 6:641 
Douw and Winne, 8:54, 612, 677 
Douw's Point, 1 : 623n 
Dove Hill, 12:1066 

Dover (vessel), 1:250, 251, 259, 417; 9:94 
Dow, , 1:306; 3:370 

campsite at Douw's Point, 1:623, 646, 655, 658, 666 
Dow (Canadohare— Mohawk), 10:18; 13:174 
Dow, James, 4:494, 503 
Dow, Johannes, 1:207 
Dow, John, 1:381; 9:89, 01 
Dowdall, Miss, 12:1031 

Dowdswell, , Exchequer appointment (1769), 12:700 

Dowe, , capt., 1:83, 178, 192, 610; 2:887 

Down, capt, 3:068, 669 

Downe, James, 6:154 
Downes, Edward, capt., 7:481-S2 
Downing, Dr. ,9:91 

Downing, Henry, 3:90 
Dox, Peter, 8:103, 1029 
Doyle, Charles, 8:337 
Doyle, James, 5:396 
Drake, ,8:74 

Drake, Joseph, 4:541 
Drake, Samuel, 10:530 

Draper, Jacob (carpenter), 13:304, 306, 315, 316 
Johnson Hall work (1763), 13:307-13pamm 
Draper, Sir William, 7:897, 1073-74 

marriage, 7:913, 924, 945, 966 
Dredener, Barent, 8:655 
Dresden, 3:148 
Droughlee, Sae, 7:462 
Druley, Nicholas, 8:351 
Drum, maj., 9:87 

Drummer, John Evans, 1:219 
Drummond, , Lord, 13:630, 631, 632 

Drummond, Adam, 8:196 
Drummond, John, 7:767 
Drummond, Messers, 12:1024-25 

See also Cox & Drummond; Harley & Drummond 
Drunkard, The (Seneca chief), see Tagesheady 
Dryden, John, quoted, 7:430 
Duane, , 1:898; 3:944 

Duane, Anthony, 1:24, 50-51, 95, 108, 128; 9:7 
Duane, Cornelius, 5:399 

Duane, James, 4:612; 5:274-75, 366, 540; 12:102-103 
Johnson's land patents and, 6:151-52; 7:1155 
Johnson's leases, 8:45 
Klock trial and, 6:223-24; 12:496-97 
McDougall trial and, 7:483w 
pamphlet attributed to, 7:578 

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portrait, 5:546 

Schohary dispute, 5:547 
Duane's Borough, New York, 8:300 
Dublin, Ireland, 1:257; 6:248 

Downes (Edward) in, 7:481-S2 

Eaton shipwreck and, 6:162 

financial failures (1771), 7:1155 

goods orders (1738), 13:1 

hautboys and Jew's harps from, 7:711 

Johnson (Warren) medical care in, 12:1030-31 

Liverpool shipwrecks (1771), 7:1156 

Lord Mayors, 7:650 

Maunsell family in, 5:182 

Office of Arms, 3:vii, ix 

Ship Street, 12:1031 

Temporary Laws suspension (1770), 7:1074 

Trinity College, 7:239, 247, 282, 291-92, 296, 301, 310, S68 

Warren (Sir Peter) death (1752) in, 13:19» 
Dubois, Cornells, capt., 4:236; 5:556; 7:469 

Kinderhook commission refusal, 7:673 
DuBois, Peter, 3:101, 428, 562-64, 636; 11:693; 13:377 

Canajoharie lands, 3:289, 374, 424, 425, 563, 583, 596, 616, 640-41, 647, 
656; 4:657; 5:575 
Dubois, Pierre Eneas, 4:778 
Duboys, Thomas, 3:90 
Uu Camps, , 2:887 

Du Charme, Jean Marie, 4:516, 572 

Burton arrest (1765), 12:1028 

Spanish arrest (1773), 8:841; 12:1027-28; 13:622 

trade violations, 4:511, 540; 5:378-80 
Du Charme, Joseph, 4:516; 5:408 
Duchce, Eev. , 10:538 

Du Chene, ,5:813; 13:627, 629 

Duchess of Gordon (vessel), 7:251, 924; 8:642 
Duck Creek, 3:794-95, 801; 6:557 
Du Clos, Niagara surrender (1759), 13:115 
Dudley, , glass sold by, 13:306 

Dudley, Joseph, Gov. of Massachusetts: 

Mohegau land claims and, 4:458; 11:257, 414, 416, 420, 423, 425 

Susquehanna Company and, 4:719 
Dee (Duer), , 4:672, 677, 678 

Duel, , capt., see Dalyell, James, capt. 

Duelling, 4:373; 6:753-55, 758, 780; 13:153, 157 

Parliamentary disputes, 7:1156; 8:50 
Duer, William (Charlotte County judge), 8:463; 12:529, 793 
Duff, capt., wile of, 6:547 

Nuffield, , 7:1143, 1144; 8:24 

Duggan, Walter, 7:751 
Duggart, account (1768), 12:668 
Duglas, , maj., inn of, 13:184 

DuJaunay, , father, S. J., 3:412-16 

Duke of Cumberland (ship), 4:35, 215, 578; 5:377; 7:578, 906; 10:613?? 

in Lake Champlain victory (1759), 10:130 
Dumay, , murder of, 3:415 

Dumes, ,2:446 

Dumfries, Virginia, 8:1126 
Dummer, Fort, 9:532 
Dumond, . lieut., 3:73, 81, 82, 86 

I himond, A., 8:457 
Dumond, Egbert, 8:456-57 
Dumont, John, 8:555, 571 
DuMusseaux, : 

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DuMusseaux, 

Claus visit (1770), 7:961 

gift of shoes to Johnson (1761), 3:322 

Pennington abuse of Caghnawagas, 3:373, 384; 10:263, 268 

wife's death, 3:363 
Dunbar, Alexander, 8:636-37; 13:221, 270 

at Onondago conference (1761), 13:222, 226 

provision shortages (1761), 13:266 

trade regulations (1761), 13:234, 235 
Dunbar, Baziel, lieut.: 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1756), 9:355, 357, 362, 366 

on Niagara campaign (1759), 3:54, 71, 72, 74, 75, 77, 79, 86; 13:153, 157 

Oswego relief (1756) and, 9:401, 402 
Dunbar, Thomas, col., 1:446, 750, 753, 895; 2:479m; 9:292 

Crown Point expedition aid, 2:65, 88, 106, 140-41, 155, 204, 206; 9:264 
Shirley orders on, 1:845-46, 858, 874; 2:35 

Wraxall letter on Lake George camp discipline and, 13:63 
Dunbar, William, capt., 3:220; 4:200 
Duncan, , 4 : 642 

Duncan, ensign, 6:716 

Duncan, Alexander, maj. : 

boats for Johnson and, 4:432 

on Bradstreet expedition, 4:430-31 

in Dalyell action in Detroit siege (1763), account, 10:762-66 

on Detroit expedition (1763), 4:168%, 211-12 

to forbid unauthorized Indian meetings, 3:833 

Fort Brewerton Indian behavior (1762) and, 3:869-70, 882; 10:497-98 

gardener recommended by, 4:200 

Missisaugas and, 4:516 

Niagara provisions (1763), 10:860, 863-64 

Niagara settlement plans (1761), 10:265, 270 

Oswego command, 3:421, 442, 463, 522 

pass for Cherokees escaped from Ottawas, 11:112 

Bed Head and, 11:246 
Duncan, John (prisoner), 4:496n 
Duncan, John, capt., 11:619, 631; 12:605; 13:468 

accounts (1763), 4:254 

Albany postal delays (1766), 13:384-85 

ammunition orders (1767), 5:515 

Assembly candidacy, 4:251; 13:302 

on Bradstreet, 4:335, 612, 622, 633, 734 

Campbell and, 7:470-71 

at Canajoharie meeting (1763), 4:50, 52, 53, 55, 58, 59, 60, 145 

Canajoharie patent release, 10:828, 898-99, 927-29, 941 

carriage size regulation (1763), 4:44 

on closing of rivers (1764), 4:373 

commission of, 3:857, 863, 870; 4:366; 7:410n; 10:496 

on company vacancies, 5:11 

Corry and, 4:37; 10:615 

Darlington drafts, 4:870 

daughter's death (1767), 5:610; 12:344 

Doyle and, 8:337 

Dyckman and, 4:874, 889; 5:1 

Ellice partnership, 5:70-71 

Eyre on, 4:454 

German Flats alarm (1762), 3:854 

goods ordered from, 4:199, 203, 204, 205, 207-208, 277, 286, 320, 321, 338, 
363, 373, 383, 385, 536, 541, 767; 11:76-77, 109; 12:113 

grenadiers, 4:237, 255, 297; 5:395, 557; 7:457; 10:940-41 

on Indian management (1764), 11:77 

indicted for quartering soldiers on Ten Eyck, 4:302 

on Johnson (John) knighthood. 5:42-43 

Johnson Hall visit (1764), 4:572, 617 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Johnson's Niagara journey (1764), 11:251 

Johnson's recommendation for government post, 8:1067-68, 10S0-S1, 1087-88 

justice appointment (1762), 3:750 

(1770), 7:569; 12:783, 792 
Klock suit (1765), 4:845; 5:395, 515 

land grant for military service, 4:363, 366; 11:73-74, 104, 117 
land purchases, 4:233-34; 5:452, 515; 7:410; 8:904; 12:785 
license for Indian trade, 4:584, 595; 11:345 
Macomb and, 4:650, 668; 11:581, 599, 632 
at Mohawk conference (Guy Park, June, 1768), 12:529, 540 
Montour Niagara journey (1764) and, 11:197 
on new governor (1765), 4:874 
on Niagara Carrying Place trade, 4:633; 11:751-52 
Phyn recommendation, 4:551 
Schenectady charter and, 4:663; 5:8 
Schenectady liberty pole and, 7 : 1104 

Schenectady post office and, 4:64, 68, 792, 845; 5:32; 6:35 
on Schohary land sale (1765), 4:851 
on snowfall of 1763, 4:272 
son of, 4:213, 266; 5:47 
on Stamp Act, 4:860 
Tice recommendation, 11:73 
trade prospects (1764), 4:545; 11:50, 168 
Van Eps and, 8:23, 719 
Duncan and Phyn (John Duncan and James Phyn) : 

JlCf* Oil Tits * 

(1763), 4:195, 199, 203, 207, 212, 254 

(1764), 4:272, 281, 302, 320, 342, 356, 373, 381, 385, 406, 417-18, 422, 
426-27, 432, 440, 441, 452, 510, 515, 533, 540, 551, 570, 575, 605, 621, 
627, 631 

goods forwarded (April, 1764), 11:122 

Johnson (John) account (1767), 5:592-95 

partnership dissolved (1767), 5:515 

rum order for Niagara (1773?), 8:989 
Duncan, Phyn & Co., sec Duncan, Phyn & Ellico 
Duncan, Phyn & Ellice (John Duncan, James Phyn and Alexander Ellice), 

5:70,384,400 

account, 5:297-300, 429, 507, 544; 11:508-509; 12:426-27 

(1765), 4:649, 697, 708, 734, 737, 741, 744, 767, 781, 797, 811, 830, 832, 

836, 838, 845, 854, 858, 862, 872; 11:671-76, 749-50 
account for postage, 5:474 

dissolution of partnership, 5:468, 486, 515 

fur trade, 5:441 
Duncan, Eichard, ens., lieut. : 

on Boston port, 8:1157 

commission, 4:237, 266; 5:11; 7:457; 10:570 

European trip (1766), 5:47, 163 

on New York riots (1763), 4:865 

recommended for justice appointment, 3:666, 680, 726 
Dundas, Alexander, 5:377; 13:398 
Dnndass, James and Thomas, 6:289n, 290 
Dungnn, Thomas, .tee Dongan, Thomas 
Dungannon, Ireland, 13:73 1 
Dunham, George, 13:54 
Dunkirk, 7:1047 
Dunlap, ,1:44 

Dunlap, , of Philadelphia, 10:255 

Dunlap, Andrew, 7:438 
Dunlap, Hugh, 2:504 
Dunlap's Creek, Virginia. 4:190-91 
Dunlop, Samuel, 4:277; 8:334; 10:986 38 
Dunmore, John Murray, Earl of, 7: 3 7 7//, 100, 402n; 8:209 

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Index 

D Tm°emanarrival, 7:579, 640, 643, 670, 674, 697, 711, 713n, 718, 737, 753, 
816, 839, 851, 870, 913, 966; 12:848, 876; 13:498 
Johnson's letter of greeting, 7:984_ 
Bivington's impressions, 7:945, 1157 
application to stay in New York, 8:98, 192 
Assembly relations, 7:1136, 1145 
Bullit and, 8:889?t 
Chew and, 8:1073 
Colden (Cadwallader) and, 7:998 

colonial administration of trade and, 7:1141-42, 1159; 8:25, 28-30, 36-37 
currency and, 7 : 753 

Fort Pitt and, 8:1064, 1126, 1152-53, 1179; 12:1083 
Indian Affairs Deputies and, 8:481, 552 

Invasion Act revival against Shawnees (1774), 13:687, 693, 699, 701, 703 
Johnson visit (1771), 8:86, 234; 12:909, 965 

Kmderhook-Claverack dispute, 8:84-85, 95-96, 100-102; 12:905-906 
land grants and, 7:464, 1043, 1154; 8:4, 66, 131-32, 152-53, 346, 1014 
law licenses, 8:73 

New York trade agency and, 7:1073 
Oneidas and, 7:1160; 8:30; 13:498-501 
Schenectady visit (1771), 8:139 
Tryon and, 8:52, 156-57, 192-93, 563; 12:893 

Virginia governorship, 7:1130^, 1145, 1157; 8:30, 38, 563, 1059; 12:893 
Wallace and, 8:86, 207, 217, 236, 263 
Walpole Grant and, 8:892 
Dunn, ,7:723; 13:626 

Dunnahoe, John, 11:488 
Dunshaglin, Ireland, 1:244 
Dupais, 6:52 
Dupais, Fort, 13:448 
Dupeis, (trader), 5:134 

Duplessis, , lieut., 9:573 

Duplessy, Saber, 1:210-11 

Dupplin, Thomas Hay, Viscount, 1:273; 13:99 
Dupratz, Antoine Simon Le Page, 5:127» 
Dupuis, Nicholas, Jr., 10:530 
Dupuis (Dupue, Dupuy), Samuel: 

Susquehanna lands, 3:767, 839, 847; 10:530, 531, 532 
Minnisink land purchase, 2 : 874 
Duquesne, Fort: 

Braddock expedition defeat (1755), 1:712, 722, 745-48, 750-51, 752-53, 759 
760, 763, 766, 767, 772, 774-75, 791-93, 810-11, 823-24, 826-27, 833, 882 
2:4, 28-29, 30, 90, 368, 369-70, 382, 650, 825; 3:995; 8:889«, 1067 
9:201, 210, 292, 309, 565, 901n; 10:41n 
minutebook found by French at, 2:229-35 
success rumors, 1:752, 753, 760-61, 763, 765-66; 9:201, 210 
Cherokees and, 2:784; 9:613; 13:207 
Delaware treaty (1758), 11:444 
Dunbar attack plans (1755), 1:858, 875 
Forbes expedition (1758) against, 2:811-12, S91; 3:3-4, 14, 34; 10: In, 78; 

13:207 
French capture (1754), 1:403, 406 
French Cayuga conference (1756) at, 9:540 
French expedition (1757) from, 2:710; 9:664 

French garrison at, 2:718-19, 857; 9:540, 612-13, 642, 791; 10:38 
Grant's defeat near, 3:4?i 

Indian settlements near, 2:443, 500, 827; 9:477, 540-41, 612 
Johnson Council with Indians at, 3:486, 487 
Miami attack (1758), 2:775 
Niagara (1757) and, 9:612 
prisoners at, 2:542, 545-46, 654 
road to, 2:891, 892n 

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Southern Indian hostilities (1757), 9:750 
Durham Treaty, 3:779, 796, 806, 816, 811, 842 
Durkee, maj., 6:784; 7:46, 273 

Duryee, Ab., 5:331 
Dussler, Andreas, 4:312 
Dutch : 

agriculture, 8:182-83; 13:194, 196 

Albany justice appointments and, 12:782 

Albany trade beginnings, 13:209 

attitudes toward, 2:497, 498, 702, 7S1-82; 3:328-29, 341, 365, 408, 887-88; 
7:1014; 10:940; 13:187, 191, 193, 194, 201, 323, 331 

clothing, 13:191 

cooking methods, 13:196, 199, 208, 209 

election of 1768 and, 6:152 

Fort Hendrick Indian disputes (175S), 10:56 

French and, 1:36; 2:677, 723 

European victory rumors (1757), 9:795 

fur trade, 4:557 

German settlers and, 9:147 

houses of, 13:185, 192, 196 

Indians and, 1:147; 3:340; 8:956, 1108; 9:607 

inheritance system, 13:201 

Irish riots (1761), 13:201 

Johnson and, 1:832; 5:391 

Mohawk Schenectady claims, 10:555 

New Year celebration, 13:190 

in New York City, 13:185 

Queen's College establishment, 5:526-27 

in Royal Americans, 10-Aln 

smoking habits, 13:197 

Toronto trade, 8:129 

witch trials among, 1:45 

See also Germans 
Dutchess County, 1:36, 367m, 564; 2:555n; 9:86, 87, 138 

Lawrence lands in, 8:465-66 

Mahican land claims, 10:853, 854 

militia reorganization, 7:262, 380; 12:319 

regimental appointments, 8:595 

Wappinger land claims, 4:820-21, 832, 835-36; 5:506; 11:630-31, 884-86, 
911-12 
Dutch Reformed Church, l:45n, 645n; 5:526; 6:606; 7:598 
Duly Acts, see Taxation, Revenue Acts 
Duyckinck, Gerardus, 3:956; 4:454; 5:363; 6:646, 647 

A.dems and, 7:751, 845 
Dwight, Joseph, 1:353-54, 357 
Dwight, Nathanael, 2:244 
Dyaderowane (Cayuga chief), 9:539 
Dyattego (Canajoharie woman), 13:112-13 
Dyckuian (Dykeman), Jacob, 4:697, 874, 889; 5:1 

postal appointment, 7:287 
Dyckman (Dcyckman, Dykeman), Jacob, Jr., 4:35-36; 7:2S7 
Dyer, Ebenezer, 2:358, 406; 9:254 
Dyer, Eliphalet, col, 1:401, 494; 2:99 

on anmiunil ion, 2:198 

at Crown Point (1755) Councils of War, 2:175, 198, 250, 312; 9:260, 319 

guard officers' dispute, 2:259-60 

Indian boundary line and, 6:272 

Middleton court of inquiry and, 9:286-87, 288, 289, 295, 296 

Pitkin and, 7:242 

regiment of, 2:211 

Susquehanna Company mid: 

Assembly petition (1769), 6:607, 629, 7sl' : 7:235 

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Index 

Dyer, Elipnalet, 

Iroquois conference invitation (1763), 4:66, 70, 74, 76; 10:655 
Iroquois bribe attempt (1762), 3:660-61; 10:416-17 
London voyage to negotiate for, 4:217-19; 10:484, 486 
Northhampton County dispersal of settlers, 6:687, 689; 7:940 
report (May, 1764) on conditions of obtaining a grant, 4:428-30 
Wyoming forcible settlement (1769), 6:698, 783, 784; 7:46, 64 
Dykeman, ,3:950; 4:104, 123 

Dygert, (publican), 6:167 

Dysart, Richard, lieut., 8:235 
Dyson, J., 6:215 

Earl of Halifax (packet), 4:648; 7:180, 752 
Early, Edward, 8:985 
Earnest, , 1:438 

Eastburn, , 3:808 

East Florida, Gordon lands in, 8:196; 12:250, 251 
government established, 4:267; 10:978 

Haldimand proclamation (1774) on unauthorized land survey or patent, 
8:1074, 1077 
East Hampton, Long Island, 8:853, 854, 891 
East India Company, 6:449; 7:7n, 157, 180 
Boston Tea Party and, 8:1115 
colonial chinaware production and, 8:184 
private forces refused by Parliament, 8:94 
rejection of government control, 7:270, 285-86 
Rogers and, 7:732 
Tea Tax and, 7:70Sw; 8:249 
East Indies, 3:148; 7:427, 630 

battle of Pondicherry, 13:161, 245 
Easton, Pennsylvania, 2:402; 7:273 
Easton Council, 7:218 

(1756), 2:524, 536-37, 555-56, 653, 684-85; 9:522, 526-27, 564-66, 589, 607, 
609, 615, 744, 746 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Congress (1757) and, 9:731, 734, 744, 746, 749, 
750-51, 764, 765 
(1757), 2:743, 752-56, 788; 3:194; 10:210-11, 214, 232, 266-67 (See also 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois Congress 
(1757)) 
(1758), 3:33-34, 214; 10:396; 12:520; 13:113 

Iroquois deed of lands released to Pennsylvania, 10:43-48, 54, 539-40 

Johnson's invitation, 2:890-91, S94, 896; 10:2, 4 

preparations, 2:770, 816, 827, 829, 839, 875, 877-80, 892; 3:1-2, 4, 

10-11; 9:894, 951-52, 954-55, 964, 967, 969-70; 10:6, 7 
on trade, 10:103-104 
(1761), 3:518, 522, 523, 526, 536, 558; 10:331; 13:220, 268, 271 
(1762), Johnson's report to the Lords of Trade, 3:837-52, 890, 909, 914; 
4:18-20 passim, 78, 88, 398; 10:474, 552, 559, 566-67 
Lords of Trade report to George III, 4:18-20 
Pennsylanvia Proprietors' answer to Quaker Assembly members, 3:799- 

811, 839-40, 848 
Pennsylvania Proprietors' answer to Teedyuscung, 3:812-18, S49 
preparations, 3:686-89, 724-25, 740, 744-46, 759-60, 838, 846; 10:403- 

404, 449, 451, 454-55, 465-66 
Proceedings, 3:760-91, 822-23 

Quaker Assembly members' letter of explanation, 3:794-99 
Quaker reports, 13:279 
Eaton, capt., 6:162 

Ebbetts, Daniel, 1:762; 7:562 
Ebeny, , (German settler), 13:161 

Ebits, , Tice affair and, 8:370, 378, 381 

Ece (Ice), John, 4:775, 781 
Echeoiiabemet (Ottawa), 4:804, 807 

178 



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Echeson, Cornelius, 7:462 

Echeson, Cornelius, Jr., 7:462 

Echeson, John, 7:462 

Echeson, Thomas, 7:462 

Echeson, Thomas, Jr., 6:241; 7:462 

Echeson, Thomas J., 7:463 

Echeson, Thomas T., 7:463 

Echeson, Tunis, 7:462 

Eehota (Cherokee town), 7:1131; 8:58, 349; 12:395ra 

Cherokee deputy return (1769) to, 12:689, 736, 761 
Ecker, Abraham, 3:357 
Ecker, Adam, 8:334 
Ecker, George, 3:357; 7:352 

Eckerson, Thomas, capt., see Ackeson, Thomas, capt. 
Ecnards, 5:660 

Ecuyer, Simeon, capt., 4:195; 10:598, 728, 733 
Eden, Robert, S:1179«, 

Edgar, David, 5:496; 7:465; 8:218; 13:161 
Edgar, William: 

Detroit traders' petition (1767), 5:656, 813 

on Ottawa peace offers (1763), 4:222; 10:914-15 

rum trade, 3:720-21; 8:363 

trade loss account (1763), 5:597; 11:614 
Edgar Augusta (vessel), 7:946 
Edge, Joseph, 7:832 
Edge, Samuel, 12:980-82 
Edgel, John, 1:188 
Edinburgh, Scotland: 

architecture, 13:211 

College of Physicians, 5:761, 781 

University, 5:780n; 8:1158n 
Edmestone, see Edmondstone 
Edmon, ,1:14 

Edmonstone, Charles, capt., 5:681; 6:607; 7:70-71, 264 

accounts, 8:70, 111; 12:902 

Croghan conference (1770), 7:314, 855-57 

Croghan Fort Pitt (Dec. 1767), Indian conference, 13:444, 446 

Indian warning of uprising (1769), 7:186-87, 211 

on King (Thomas) councils (1771), 7:1153 

Shawnee migration and, 7:1149-50 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:9-11, 35, 57, 77, 142, 518 
Edmondstone, Robert, lieut., 5:735 
Edmondstone (Edmeston), William, capt., maj., 5:734-35, 778; 6:11 

land purchases, 8:1045-46, 1131 

Willson debt (1746), 1:57 
Edmunds, William, 2:524 
Education : 

Archbishop of Canterbury on, 5:383 

Boston movement (1762), 3:628, 8<S0, 903; 4:182 

of Brant (Joseph), 13:300 

of children released from the Indians, 5:269, 273, 312 

of clerks, 11:347 

for commissary appointments, 5:80-81 

Dutch 5*526-27 

of girls, 1:353, 358; 8:641, 657, 665; 10:345, 469 

Indian response to, 12:954-55 

of Indian schoolmasters, 11 :339 

of interpreters, 5:628; 9:127 

medical, 4:867, 876; 5:774 

ministers and (see Missionaries, education and) 

of missionaries, 3:557, 569, 864; 5:572, 604, 779, 781; 6:517, 518; 7:291-92, 
296, 301, 310, 516, 518, 602, 811-12, 878; 10:729; 11:653 800-801 

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Index 

Education, 

(See also Indians, education of, for the ministry) 

Mohawk instruction in reading (1749), 9:53-54 

of Odeserundy son, 8:622-23, 625 

of Johnson (Peter), 5:375, 488, 504; 6:171-72; 8:842, 920, 947, 1063; 

12:961-62, 966, 1010-11, 1013-14, 1028-29; 13:621, 636 
requirements for secretary of Indian Affairs, 2:524-25 
schooling costs for Richard Young (1767), 5:803-805 
of schoolmasters, 11:653, 800-801 (See also School-teachers) 
Tuscarora, 3:675; 8:1173-75 

Warren bequest for Indian education, 1:353; 3:880; 4:380; 5:591 
of William of Canajoharie, 5:604, 775, 843-45; 6:66, 170-71, 238 
of women, 1:353, 358; 8:641, 657, 665; 10:345, 409; 11:339, 670, 671 
See also Schools 
Edward (vessel), 3:323; 4:8, 599, 607, 731 
Edward, Fort (at the Great Carrying Place) : 

Abercromby at, 2:849, 852, 867, 871, 872; 9:543, 550, 614, 640 

Blanchard command, 2:14, 17; 9:224-26 

cannon for, 2:132, 144, 154 

on Claus route to Canada (1773), 13:617, 627 

Cockcroft's administration of, 2:56, 63-64, 66, 70-71, 94 

Commissioners' visit (Nov., 1755), 13:74 

construction, 2:99, 111, 171, 228, 238, 278 

barracks, 2:64, 132, 281, 355, 358, 387, 406; 9:242-43, 307, 338-39 

Councils of War on, 1:861, 893; 2:39-40 

Eyre plans, 1:879, 883, 887, 889; 2:15-16, 31, 53, 84, 96-97, 115, 121, 
130-31, 144, 146, 194, 202, 236, 257, 284; 9:266-68 

Eyre reinforcement (1759), 10:100ft 

magazine for, 2:289, 407; 9:485 

soldier labor on, 2:100, 180-81; 9:264, 265, 485 

tools in, 2:182, 190, 204, 253, 358, 386 

wagons in, 2:64, 66, 182, 237, 275; 9:242-43, 262; 13:66, 74 
corn shipment (1769), 6:756 
Court of Inquiry proceedings, 2:305-306 
deserters (August 14, 1757), 2:731-32, 739 

directions to commandant in case of attack, 2:365-66, 386-87 
Port William Henry French attack (Aug. 1757) and, 2:728-32, S85; 9:667, 

806, 811-12, S19-22, 832 

Webb summons for aid, 2:728, 732; 9:809-10, 819-20; 13:203 
Fort William Henry garrison (winter 1755-56), 9:324-25 
French road to, 2:492 

French scalpings (1757), 9:726-27, 769, 775 
garrison (winter, 1755-56), 2:13, 14, 39-40, 61, 72, 96, 115, 122, 144, 178 

198, 199, 200, 203, 204, 214, 257, 258, 283, 308, 309, 312-13, 322, 335-36, 

340-41, 357-58, 361, 364, 386-87, 405-406; 9:326; 13:71-72 75 79 
Gilbert command, 9:266, 268-69, 298 
Gridley command, 2:224, 236-37, 238, 252-53, 257, 275, 278, 279, 318: 

9:298, 304, 307-309, 313-14, 317-18, 323; 13:6S, 75 
Hardy visit to. 2:83-85 
history, 10:100ft 
household duties at, 9:340-41 
Iroquois visit (1757), 9:787-88 
Johnson's return (1756) to, 2:440, 456 
land grants (1764), 11:97, 117 
land survey around, 2:327, 353-54, 432 
Lottridge scouting visit (1759), 10:100-101 
Lydius land holdings near, 1:645«, 861; 4:114 
Lydius house, sketch, 2:30 
Lyman and, l:670w 
map, 2:52, 420; 3:111; 9:266 
Mohawk land claims, 10:972; 11:554-55, 605-607; 12:534-35, 567 573 

Kayaderosseras and, 3:643; 12:576 

Stockbridge Indian agreement (Fort Stanwix, 1768), 12:603-604, 974 

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Mohawk visit (1758), 9:907-908, 916 

aaming of, 2:66, 74, 84 

Niagara campaign (1759) and, 3:47 

Pownall visit (1755), 2:253, 266 

return of militia (August 12, 1757), 2:730 

roadbuilding, 1:860; 2:149, 151, 157, 191, 196-97, 199, 202, 236, 238; 
9:209 299 

Buggies' relief of Cockcroft, 2:94-95, 102, 121; 13:62, 66 

Sacondaga River and, 2:267-68, 269-70 

threats of French attack (1755), 2:16-17, 290-303, 356-57, 365-66, 386-87, 
395; 9:225-26, 313-14, 317-18 

(1756), 2:558, 561, 650, 791-93; 9:52S-29, 530, 535, 543, 544, 553 
(1757), 2:677, 698, 763; 9:606, 668, 866-67 
(1758^ 2'787 

Whiting command, 2:336, 355-59, 386-87, 405-407, 423-24; 9:338-39 

Winslow expedition (1756), 9:484-85, 524 

See also Great Carrying Place 
Edward Augustus, Fort: 

garrison (1761), 10:295 

Gorrell command (1761), 3:525; 11:930 

Gorrell journal (1761-63), 10:697-714 

history, 10:669w, 780n 

interpreter, 4:643 

trade (1762), 3:756 
Edwards, Daniel, 1:401, 494; 10:486 
Eel Place (Aelplaets), 1:203; 2:647 
Eeman, Laurens, 3:634; 6:771 
Egan, Timothy, 12:818 

Egbertse (Egberts), Benjamin, 5:546; 8:1000 
Egbertse, Egbert, 8:1000 
Egerton, Bishop of Lichfield, 8:203 
Eggemont, Nicolaes, 1:123 

Eglinton, Alexander Montgomerie, tenth earl of, 7:630n 
Egmont, Lord, 7:1074; 8:52 
Egorniney (Ottawa chief), 11:273 
Egremont, Charles Wyndham, second Earl of, 3:691«,, 742 

death of, 4:222; 10:910 

Indian Affairs policy (1762), 10:460-65 

on Indian presents, 4:201; 10:461, 465, 857; 11:127 

return to Ireland, 4:85, 94 

Secretary of State appointment (1761), 3:591 

Susquehanna settlement and, 4:84, 106, 122 

trade regulation and, 3:588; 10:462 
Ehl, Dirk, 10:886 
Elil, Peter, 8:655 

Eiilo (Eill), Johannes, 3:905; 13:216, 271 
Eice (Ice), Frederick, 4:439-40; 10:522 
Eice, John, 11:201 
Eights, Peter, 8:352 
EiMer, Augustus: 

Canajoharie grant and, 3:634; 6:771; 10:248 

naturalization, 3:357; 7:352 
Eisenelong, .John, 8: 1207 
Eiseulond, John, 8:655 
Eiseniord, B., 3:338, 354, 380 
Eisenlord, John, 4:146; 5:803 805; 8:1208, 1209 
Eitenson, Thuenes, 6:2 11 
Eke, Chomo, 11:433 
Elby, Thomas, 5:.",:; 
Elder, Rev. John, 9:728, 732 
Elderkin, Jedediah, 1:401; 4:217; 7:64 
Elderkin, Joshua, 6:204 

181 



Index 

Elections, see specific place, e.g., Albany; or see specific political unit, e.g., 

New York Colony, Assembly 
Electrical machinery, 1:381; 4:768, 880, 885 
Elgin, Lord, 6:337; 8:203 
Eligh, William, 7:469 
Eliot, , ensign, 4:670, 671 

Eliot, Ed., 4:258; 6:32 

Elizabeth, Czarina of Russia, death of, 3:562-63, 681 
Elisabeth (ship), 3:12 
Elizabeth, New Jersey, 2:653; 8:41 

bells cast in, 8:769 

St. John's Church, 8:187n 
Ellice, Alexander, 4:854, 858; 5:70; 7:13, 381, 908; 8:521 

Blackburn and, 8:410, 565 

dissolution of partnership, 5:468 
Ellice, Mrs. Alexander, 6:99 
Elliot, capt., 7:1074 

Elliot, Daniel, 5:385 
Elliot, Sir Gil, 7:577 
Elliot, Robert, lieut. col, 4:364, 439 

Canestio expedition prisoners and, 4:365, 369; 11:105, 110 

custody of spy suspects, 11:163, 165-66, 175, 201 

Johnson Hall guard (1764), 4:396 
Elliott, (Indian ferry service), 7:685 

Elliott, (patent receiver), 7:560 

Elliott, Dr. ,5:774 

Ellis, , Detroit messages (1768), 12:618 

Ellis, ,sgt., 3:82, 88 

Ellis, Mrs., 8:381 

Ellis, Gov. Henry, 3:294; 4:87; 9:793; 10:209 
Ellis, Thomas, 5:565, 717 
Ellison, , prisoner of Senecas, 4:300 

Ellison, Gabriel, 4:418 
Ellison, John, 4:418 
Ellison, Robert, lieut. col., 1:669, 733, 734, 738; 2:730 

on French scouts, 1 : 744, 751, 753 

illness of, 2:218; 9:275-76 

Niagara expedition (1755) and, 1:598, 599, 600, 733, 734, 738; 9:190 
Ellison, Thomas, col.: 

Indian prisoners and, 3:527, 566 
Ells, Hants, 3:155 
Ellwood, ,1:2 

Ellwood, James, 3:917; 10:561-62 

slave purchase (1740), 13:29 
Elmendorph, P. Edmundus, 2:419; 3:567 
Elphinstone, , admiral, 7:945 

Elwood, , Mohawk forts and, 13:90 

Elyas, , 1:230 

Email, William, col., 6:239 

Eman, Lawrence (Emon, Lorenz), 7:661; 10:248; 12:819, 855 
Embargo Act, 2:463#, 464, 474, 504-505, 682 
Embury, Philip, 12:793 
Emer, Philip, 8:334 
Emerson, Moses: 

Crown Point bread supplies and, 9:296, 303; 13:68 
Fort Edward construction supplies, 9:253, 285; 13:74-75 
Massachusetts stores for Crown Point (1755), 1:661-62, 705, 707-709, 780, 
799, 800, 828, 843; 2:135, 161, 179, 202, 248, 252, 264, 274, 285; 9:302 
rum shortage at Fort Edward, 9:307 
Vanderpool suit over wagon fees, 2:476 
wagon impressment for Crown Point campaign, 13:46 
Emery, capt., 1:195 

182 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Emery, Isaac, 3:90 

Emham (Mohawk), 9:567, 581 

Empey, Hannis, 7:415 

Empie, John, 7:1107 

Empie, William, 8:172 

Encyclopedia Heraldica (Berry), 3:ix 

Enders, William, 6:241 

England : 

American emigration (1771-74), 8:195, 1181 

American land speculation, 5:129, 376, 478, 767; 6:337 

Culloden, battle of, 1:53 

Canadian capitulation (See Canada, reduction of) 

Canadian occupation (1763), 4:223-28 

Channel defense of 1779, 2:37n 

Colonial sympathy in, 7:156, 180, 402, 576-79, 606, 629; 8:ix 

Croghan leave to visit, 10:823-27, 858-59, 882 

Declaration of War against France, 2:505; 9:570, 576 

Fort Necessity defeat and, 1:406, 409, 410 

French sent to, 2:460; 13:116, 214 

Gregorian calendar and, 1 : In 

Illinois colonization advantages, 5:319-30 

Indian (Shawnee) account of English landing in America, 3:211 

Indian "subjects," 4:528-33, 547, 548, 575, 576, 601, 604, 610-11, 616, 783, 

805; 11:394-96, 493, 950-51; 12:994-95 
Iroquois fears of royal plot, 9:161 
Iroquois Treaty (1726), 1:528-30; 2:230, 233, 235n 
Johnson's preferment in, 2:65, 68, 69, 87-88, 112-13, 114, 141, 206, 266, 270; 

5:29; 9:239 
Johnson's service and, 2:343-50, 352; 3:389; 4:78, 90-91, 276, 313, 465-66 
Klock voyage (1764), 11:473 

Klock voyage (1773), 8:938, 951, 970-71, 1192, 1201 
Lake George battle, 2:441, 491; 9:239 
land claims over unexplored territories, 11:925 

land grant regulation attempts, see Land purchase, grant limitations 
Lords of Trade, see Lords of Trade 
Louisbourg fleet, 1:67 
Manila taken (1763), 4:120 
Military Plan (1756), 2:450-51 
ministry changes: 

(1757), 13:99 

(1764), 11:348 

(1765), 11:970; 12:18 

(1767), 12:248, 316-17, 359 

(1768), 6:120; 12:406, 631 

(1769), 7:57, 67-68; 12:700 

(1771), 8:203, 244 
Minorca and, 2:531-32, 540 
missionary support from, 1:233-34; 4:442, 734, 812; 5:x, 221-23, 432-34, 

438, 460-61, 462, 465, 510, 513-14, 847; 6:165, 456, 457; 7:358, 392, 516 

Johnson proposals to stimulate, 7:504-506, 584-85, 601-602, 746-50, 761- 
66; 8:44 

quit-rent funds for, 7:963 
national debt (1770), 7:606 

Onondaga deputation, 4:64, 220-21, 260; 10:633-34, 635; 11:39 
Paris Peace Treaty (1763), 4:34, 35, 45, 49, 62, 63, 81, 92-93, 101-102, 104, 

137, 222, 255-56, 206-67; 10:659-60, 663, 759, 782, 786, 792-94, 804 

914-15, 977 ' 

Musgrave on, 7:269-70, 285 

Villiers declaration of amity, 10:819-23 
Parliament, see Parliament 
party politics (1763), 4:83, 217 

(1764), 4:297, 320-21, 339-41, 395, 397-98, 462-65; 11:10, 23-24 

183 



Index 

E . 

1765 1:623 
(176S 6:5 

6:71 1; 7:57 

177 " - 40 

p; " " - ~ - - - 

p : - - ■ -' ge^s War, 1:209 

5 :L: 7-: ; 
- : - 3:17 
::; . t,4 I 15-1 - . : 5:34 

- 
5 : 734; 7 :671 ; 8 :205, 871 

1772-7 8 :' -- ",-" H 
. .- ; 7:671 

" _ "- " 51, 684; 10:420 21, 42S 

I - , . - 

_ -: 17 

. : H.7-19, 317, 322-23, 397- 5,428-30 

k : 

■_" . 
E Eaetures, 5:834 

- r " 11 : 3-4 

1:72 

-- 
- ■" 1 from, 2:-c. - 5 : 9:490, 640-41, 

I 15, 102 
End a 

. • 6 : 444 

in. 13 : 
1 - • 

1754 . 9:14( 

1755 1:455-5 - _ - - - 5, 532, 564, 695, 849-50; 2:24 271; 

! 1 ! 
1751 ,2:4 
177 ' 71, 87 J, 913, 927, 91 »4€ M ; 1001, 1015. 

1024,102 5,1047 

1771 7 1 74 1 77-7S 111.112: 1128,1129,1137-38,1144,1148, 
1149-50, 115 3:25 - 5 15,5 " " . 63. 67. 69. 71. 75. 

- i:.. 111-12, 113. 141, 194, 2 205, 242. 250. 2' 2£ 
12 - - 

1772 '- 58, 435, 562, 5S 634 
S "-" 

1774 ,8:1 " ■ ' 

-17 
17 1, 10:875 

1 . - 

' . yns 
rA.. 10 : 
L, 3:76, 82 

■ : 99 

_ - 7:43J 

: i • 

- 2:672: 9:53 

12 1, 12 ' 

£ - " " - - 

1753 10:20, 21-22 

ox - ■ " 1 : - 

I I - 

3:879; 10:420 
ilier d', 7:270 

1«4 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Ephraim,Betty, 4:155 
Episcopalians, see Church of England 
Erickroones, Iroquois alliance, 9:560-61 
Erie, Fort: 

account (1765), 11:978 

Indian attack plans (1769), 6:751, 776; 12:722, 726 

liquor shipment, 8:9S8 

mathematicians' passes, 6:645 

Pontiac at (1766), 5:288-89; 12:120, 128 

Rogers (1766) stop, 12:120-21 

Seneca firing on soldiers (1770), 7:942-44, 9S5-S7, 993-94, 1016. 1019, 1041, 
1052, 1053-54, 1076, 1117-18, 1125 
Erie, Lake: 

beaver hunting grounds on, 1:S50; 2:233 

as boundary of Illinois colony, 5:328 

Bradstreet camp at L'Ance aux Feuilles on, 11:329 

Chippewas and, 4:210, 330; 6:716-22; 10:723 

Dela wares on, 4:303, 390; 11:212 

drownings. 4:879; 5:441 

Duncan and Phvn vessel on, 11:752 

explorer vessels "for, 10:274, 285, 319 

French forts on. 1:915. 918, 919; 2:234, 655; 3:131n 

French Indian hostilities (1747) on, 1:100 

French strategic value (1755) of, 1:552-53, 554 

Gordon (Lord Adam) visit in 1765, 13:374 

Huron Treaty (1764) on, 4:486 

Indian attack plans (1765), 11:740 

Iroquois on. 4:886; 5:280; 6:751 

Iroquois land claims, 2;235n. 

Johnson crossing (1761), 3:468. .124; 13:242-49, 258-65 

Joncaire trading post promise (1750), 9:75 

Missisauga attacks (1772), 8:519-20 

navigability of, 3:502; 4:310; 11:232 

as "Niagara Lake," 9:300 

Niagara relief (1760) and, 10:157 

outpost maintenance, 5:30 

Ramsay murders on, 8:499. 512; 12:967 

Sandusky blockhouse, 10:295, 319 

scouts on, 10:138 

Seneca Council at, 2:S29-30 (See also Detroit) 

Seneca cessions of lands on, 4:502, 512-13, 517; 11:116, 319, 321-22, 325. 
11:895: 12:387 

Seneca murder of traders (1772) on, 8:511 

Shawnee migration (1771), 7:1149-50 

shipwrecks, 4:200, 207, 255; 6:4^3; 10:S12. 814, ^59. 864 

trade on, 3:969n; 4:200; 6:185; 9:888, 890; 12:411; 13:457 

traders massacred (1763) on, 10:723, 727, 812 

trade transport regulation, 4:716 

vessels kept by English on, 4:299. 309: 6:716-22; 11:23 
Erie. Pennsylvania. 2:655n; 3:131?!, 2" 

See also Presque Isle 
Erikson. William, 3:166; 7:441 
Erka Roakare (Cayuga), 11:39 
Ermatingor. Lawrence, trade wintering privileges and, 4:S46-47; 5-134 148 

169; 11:942-43; 12:65, 66 
Ermich, Jeremiah, 13:4^1 
Ernest, Mattheus, 3:428; 4:570 
Erroll, Lord, daughter of, 7:1079 

Erving, John, Jr.. 1:493 
Erving, Thomas, 8:.r, 26-27 
Erwill, , Unit., 13:171-72 

Eserus (Mohawk sachem), 9:29, 652. 72€ 

185 



Index 

Eserus, 

oil Winslow treatment of Indians, 9:617 
Eskimos, 4:789 
Esopus, New York, 4:222 

Delaware-Seneca attacks (1757), 2:743; 9:853 

Indian attack threats (1763), 4:215-16; 10:869, 875, 883, 887, 888, 894 

millstones at, 7:264, 411, 664 

newspaper, 7:536?i 

prisoners (1762) at, 10:363, 369 
Esopus Indians: 

Chenango settlement, 11:188 

expenses in behalf of, 12:734, 802 

Hardenbergh patent and, 4:216; 6:714, 723, 735-38, 760-62, 781; 7:41, 
323-25 
declaration on, 6:738-39, 749 

Kingston settlement of, 1:15-16; 10:887-88 

land offer to Johnson (1764), 11:62, 67 

migration (1770), 12:802 

Mohawks and, 9:425, 435, 440, 463-67, 470 

provisions for, 7:394-95 

Sinnot patent and, 12:719 
Espervanche, de L', 2:21, 24 

Esquisageghte (Onondaga sachem), 10:626 
Esselstyn, Cornelius, 7:454 
Essepenaikee (Delaware), 6:559 
Essex County, England, 11:249 

Estawabey (Chippewa, brother of Wabbicomicot), 11:307 
Esther (Indian prisoner), 4:784 

Esther, Queen (Canajoharie woman), 2:700n; 10:227 
Estrees, Louis-Cesar-Letellier, comte d', 3:892ti 
Etchoe, Carolina, 3:517n 
Etherington, George, capt., maj., 3:536 

accounts, 4:277, 630-31 

Ainse trial and, 6:675 

Gorrell and, 10: 714/1 

majority, 7:1079 

Michilimackinac command, 3:911; 10:556 

in Michilimackinac Indian attack (1763), 4:180, 182; 6:547; 10:694-97, 
744, 777, 788; 13:295 

Niagara Carrying Place attack (1763), 10:817-19 

at Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:460; 13:229, 230, 234, 239, 240, 
243, 271 

Eamsay declaration and, 8:486, 495, 512-14, 593; 12:963, 964, 1005 

Rogers trial (1768) and, 12:613 

Royal American recruitment, 7:730 
Etherington, Thomas, 4:768 
Etherton, , 5:765 

Ettick, Michael, 8:334 
Ettoweghko (Cayuga), 10:184 
Etwater, Elihu, 9:273 
Eusenia (Canajoharie woman), 13:113 
Eut, Hannis, 3:178 

Evana, , manuscript journal, 7:13; 12:728 

Evans, Rev. , 5:430 

Evans, sgt., 1:152 
Evans, David, 6:559 

Evans, Lewis, map by, 1:393, 773, 850; 2:54; 9:299; 12:405 
Evans, Simon, lieut., 5:474 
Evans, Thomas (Delaware), 9:729 
Evens, Dr., 6:552 
Evens, Phillip, 1:188 
Everson, Miss ,8:352 

Evrar, , Seignory of, 13:430 

186 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Eweekeenwee (Shawnee), 11:461 
Experimental Philosophy (Desaguliers), 1:264 
Eyengeking (Indian), 7:159 
Eyre, Francis, 6:242, 243 

Eyre (Ayre, Ayers), William (Will), capt., lieut. col, 1:568, 596, 896; 3:971; 
9:325; 13:126 

on Albany boat-building, 1:585; 9:217 
Albany defense (May, 1756), 13:82 
Amherst and, 3:375; 4:432; 10:170, 171, 321; 13:325n 
autograph, 1:M 
Crown Point artillery: 

cannon balls, 1:623, 652, 6S6-87 

Fort Edward cannon, 9:307; 13:68 

gun carriages, 1:611, 614, 647, 686 

list of stores (Aug. 26, 1755), 9:221-22 

magazine, 2:117-18, 119-20 

report (Sept. 1755) of insufficiency, 2:119-20, 121, 124, 134 

supply train, 1:588, 591, 592, 597, 605-606, 613-14, 617-18, 623-24, 
644-45, 652, 789, 820, 821; 13:43 
Crown Point Connecticut troop encampment (1755), 1:602, 613, 622, 623, 

646, 655-56, 657-58, 666-67, 742 
at Crown Point Councils of War (1755), 1:860, 861; 2:16, 24, 39, 47, 70, 

79, 107, 116, 159, 198, 208, 212, 250, 312, 317, 319, 335 
Crown Point troop recruitment (1755), 1:601-602, 613 
Detroit Indian threats (1761), 13:217 
Dieskau and, 13:48, 49 

engineer's appointment, 1:547, 557-58, 561, 563, 665, 689; 9:171, 189 
English mission (1764), 4:436-37, 447, 454, 520, 526, 536-37, 539, 545, 551, 

621; 11:215; 13:325n 
on English political news (1764), 11:10 
Fort Edward fortification plans (1755), 1:879, 883, 889; 2:15-16, 31, 53 

84, 96-97, 115, 121, 130-31, 144, 146, 194, 202, 236, 257, 284; 9:266-68 

(1762), 3:966 
Fort Edward repairs (1759), 10:100n 
on Fort William Henry Indian relations, 9:617 
on French at Fort William Henry, 2:696-97, 885; 9:667 
on Gage command (1764), 4:381 
Gilliland and, 4:199; 10:811, 865 
Gridley and, 2:156, 236 
Hart examination (1755) by, 1:662 
illness of, 2:2S0, 284 

Indian Affairs policy (1764), 4:313; 11:5-9, 20-24 
Johnson on Crown Point services of, 2:362-63 
on Johnson's baronetcy, 2:428-29 
on Jere murder, 2:533-34 
in Lake George battle, 9:230, 239 
Lyman and, 2:129 

major's commission (1756), 2:485; 9:472 
in Montreal, 3:372, 375 
at Niagara (1760), 3:237 

Niagara Carrying Place attacks (1763) ami, 4:215; 10:866, 876 
at Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:448, 454; 13:226, 228, 230, 23] 
Niagara journey (1763), 4:215 
Onondaga Congress (1756), 2:477 
on outpost impracticality (1764), 11:5-9, 20-23 
Peirce court of inquiry and, 9:257-59 
Pittsburgh flood (1762), 3:628, 662, 718 
Pownall and, 13:64 

recommended for Quartermaster-General, 1 :603; 9:207 
Rhode Island gratitude to, 13:81 
rumored disloyal, 2:10s L09, 110 
siege instructions, 2:328-32, 333, 356, 365-66 

187 



Index 

Eyre, William, 

sleigh as a gift, 4:570, 572, 575 

sloop grounded (1761), 13:211 

on trade, 4:622; 11:7-8, 22-23 
Eyzenbrod, Michael, 12:900 
Fabre, , 1:284 

Fagh, John 6:651 
Fairfax, Lord, 8:544 
Fairfax, George, col., 8:544 
Fairly, John, 1:49 
Fairservice, Peter, capt., 3:646 
Faiz, Peter, 3:634 

Falconer, Thomas, capt., 2:613; 9:411, 417, 419-21, 449 
Fales, Eliphalet, capt., 2:304;9:273 

Falkland Islands, 7:402, 630%, 998, 1047, 1074, 1111; 8:llln, 283 
Fallavains, Fallesavoines, see Menominees 
Falmouth, England, 7:1128; 11:10 
Falsam, ens., 9:232 

Family Magazine, The, 1:264 
Fane, Fran., 1:273 

Fanning, Edmund, col, 8:538, 541n, 553, 564, 583, 1093, 1102 
Fanning, Edward, 12:825-26 
Farckson, Henry, 7:438 

Fargie, Winter, 5:488, 515, 525; 12:281, 290% 
Farley, Jchn, 6:636, 724 
Farley, Mrs. John, 6:724 
Farlinger (Farringer), John, 7:352, 1113-14, 1138; 13:560 

Monier and, 7:687, 695-96, 704-705 
Farly, Jacob, 3:911; 10:556, 695% 
Farmar, Robert, maj. : 

Fort Chartres occupation (1765), 4:779, 839%; 5:18, 68, 69, 109, 119; 
11:839, 844, 901-902, 928%, 987, 988; 12:31, 40 
Fraser expedition and, 11:647, 881, 882 

trial of, 6:196 
Farmer, capt., 1:435-36 
Farmer, Jasper, 2:482-83 
Farmington, 8:1202 
Farqhuar, James, capt., 8:759-60, 761 
Farquarson, Alexander, lieut., 3:991% 
Farquarson, Charles, capt., 3:991% 
Farquarson, George, lieut., 3:991% 
Farqueher, , maj., 3:61 

Farquhar, William, lieut. col.: 

at Fort Niagara, 3:52, 55, 61, 70, 74, 77, 81, 84, 87, 116, 118; 13:120, 121 
command instructions, 13:157-59 

Niagara Indian conference and, 3:131, 136, 146-47; 13:125 
Farrah, John, 7:520 
Farrall, John, 1:257 
Farran, , 1:359 

Farrand, Nathaniell, 1:152 
Farrell 1*275 367 625 

Farrell,' Captain (Daddy), 5:68, 757; 6:145, 218; 12:669 
Farrell, John, 5:796; 13:425 

Croghan's recommendation of, 5:135-36 

Mortier drafts, 6:33, 34 

See also Henry, Farrell & Abbot 
Farrell (John) and Company, 12:733. See also Henry, Farrell & Abbot 
Farrell, Patt, 1:15 

Farril, clerk application of, 2:525, 535 
Farringer, John, see Farlinger, John 
Farrobert, de, 2:21, 23 

Fauconier, Peter, 4:685, 817; 11:886 
Faulk, Isaac, 7:463 

188 



Sir William Johnson Payers 

Fauquier, Francis, Virginia Lieut. Gov.: 

Cherokee prisoner of Senecas and, 5:450, 458 

death of, 6:143n, 202; 12:477» 

Delaware-Shawnee conference plans (1768), 12:415 

Delaware, Shawnee and Wyandotte speech (1767) to, 5:665-66 

forcible settlement and, 5:535, 548; 6:4-5, 23, 69n, 70; 12:308, 407 

Indian boundary line and, 5:793; 6:23 

Indians murdered (1765) and, 4:756, 797; 11:763 

Indians murdered (1767) and, 5:574; 12:294 

Iroquois-Cherokee war and, 3:978, 988-89; 4:6, 829, 840-41, 848; 10:550, 
566, 584, 592, 593, 594, 604-605; 11:863, 893, 932-33, 941-42, 976; 
12:31, 34, 308, 396 

Oconostota's nephew and, 12:08-69 

portrait, 11:862 

Tuscarora pass (1766) to North Carolina, 13:390 

on unauthorized Indian conferences (1767), 12:382-83 

Virginia murders of settlers (1763), 4:180, 193, 196; 10:926 
Favorite (vessel), 8:283 
Fay, , capt., 8:158 

Fay, , lieut. col., 2:319 

Fay, Frances, 13:734 
Fealings, ,1:71 

Fease, William, 5:118 
Feats, Hendrick, 2:731 

Feeling, Cornelig, (Felinck, Cornells), l:201n; 2:647-50 
Feely, Mark, 5:434; 6:3-4, 247-48 
Feil, Daniel, 6:248 
Feild, , maj., 11:438 

Felinck, Peter: 

biographical sketch, l:2Qln 

house sale of, 1:201-204 
Felinck, William, 1:201ft 
Feling, Hendrick, 4:146 
Fell, capt., 1:582 

Feltham, Jocelyn, lieut., 8:720; 13:617 
Fenton, , 4:734, 737 

Fenton, James, lieut., 3:103; 13:152 
Feran, , lieut., 13:115 

Ferdinand, Prince, 3:892-93; 7:711; 13:155 
Ferdinand IV, king of Spain, 3:24 
Fere, de, capt., 13:121 

Ferguson, , in Claus account, 13:708 

Ferguson, Alexander (smith), 12:755 
Ferguson, Andrew, 7:243-44 
Ferguson, Daniel, capt., 4:407 
Ferguson, Peter, 12:1086, 1087 
Ferguson, Samuel, 8:334 
Ferral, James, 9:644, 655 

Ferrall, , capt., 3:389-90, 408; 4:720, 737 

Ferrall, Catherine Johnson (Mrs. Matthew), 1:319, 931 

death of, 2:394, 426 

Dieskau and, 2:183-84, 280 

Pownall and, 2:268 
Ferrall (Farrell), Matthew, capt., 1:355, 356, 756, 757, 758 

death of, 2:184ft, 394, 426; 9:231, 238, 393n 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois Council (1755), 9:174 

Indian expenses, 2:590, 591, 612 

Indian recruitment for Johnson, 1:882 

Indian recruitment for Shirley, 1:755, 785-86, 807-809 

Johnson (Warren) ami, 1:319, 345, 371 

land deed witness (1751), 13:17 

trading voyage (1754), 1:931 

189 



Index 

Ferrall, Silvester, 1:34-35, 257-58, 328 
Fetterleys, ,1:70 

Feubleu (Ottawa chief), see Bedannowan 
Fiatro River, 13:244 
Fiax, Adam, 12:819 

Fiax, Peter, named in patents, 6:771; 10:248; 12:819 
Fickles, Nicholas, Jr., 2:731 
Field, ,4:705,706,712,717,779 

Field, Jr., maj., prisoner return to, 11 :491 

Fields (Eobert) and Company, 11:580, 6G5, 680, 785, 799, 844 
Filete, de, cadet, 13:115 

Filie, , Michilimackinac Frenchman, 12:451 

Fincher, Rachel, 11:490 
Finchly, Thomas, 3:756 
Finglass, , capt., 10:276 

Finland, 7:285, 429 
Finlay, James, 5:133, 169, 408; 7:953 

Finley (Fintey), (Kickapoo prisoner), 8:278, 343, 453 

Finley, Ann, 11:490 
Finley, S., 8:97 

Finney, Peter, 7:662; 12:789, 819 
Fireworks, 7:562 
Fisbaek, Margaret, 11:486 
Fish, John, 10:530 

Fish, Rev. Joseph, 5:583-85, 588; 12:349 
Fish Creek, 3:6; 7:724; 10:39; 13:151 
Fishback, Susan, 11:486 
"Fish House, The," 3:358n 
Fish Kill (Fish Kilns, Fiskills), New York: 
Esopus Indian visit (1756), 9:466 
Gage visit (1764), 4:328 
Indian expenses (1769-72), 12:760, 762, 1001 
Indian land claims: 

Brett account, 4:205; 10:493-95 
Council inquiry, 5:394-95, 468, 542-43 
Stockbridge petition (1765), 4:654, 682, 891-93 
Wamash visit to Colden (1763), 4:205, 213-14, 229; 10:854, 874 
Indian removal (1756) from, 2:477-78 
newspaper, 7:536ft 
Fisheecunk (Delaware chief), 3:841 
Fisher, ,9:89,90,91,92 

Fisher, (interpreter), 10:125, 128 

Fisher, Mrs., 5:621, 672 
Fisher, capt., 1:98 
Fisher, lieut., 1:227, 364 

Fisher, lieut. on Bradstreet expedition (1764), 4:600 

Fisher, Barent, 4:286 
Fisher, Frederick, 8:655 
Fisher, Garret, ens., 10:705 
Fisher, Iiarman, 10:68 
Fisher, Jacob, 3:403 
Fisher, Johannes, 4:685 
Fisher, John, see Visscher, John 
Fisher, John, prisoner, 11:488 
Fishers Island, 6:237; 8:891 
Fitch, , col., 2:474; 13:169 

Fitch, Cathrine, 1:188 
Fitch, Eleazer, maj., 1:869; 2:275, 358, 449; 9:242 

at Crown Point (1755) Councils of War, 2:12, 15, 16, 24, 39, 40 
Dieskau and, 2:44, 56 
on Fort Edward administration, 2:56 
Fitch, Jacob, 1:188 

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Fitch, John, 1:188, 398, 401 

Fitch, Paul, 1:188 

Fitch, Susanna, 1:188 

Fitch, Thomas, Connecticut Governor: 

autograph, £:xv 

biographical sketch, 2:186n 

Connecticut governorship, 7:649n 

Crown Point recruitment (1755), 1:888-89 

Customs Board and, 5:647 

Iroquois Hartford Council (1763) protesting Susquehannah settlement, 
4:123-30; 10:665-69, 809 

on Johnson's salary, 10:379-80 

Lake George (1755) request for government instructions, 2:124, 135, 186-88, 
212, 216, 218-19, 243, 253-54, 283; 9:301 

Mohegan land claims and, 11:430 

Proclamation to Susquehanna Company, 3:756-57, 851, 854, 883, 885, 890-91, 
904, 938-39; 4:19; 10:473-74, 478,* 532, 552 

Susquehanna Company defense, 4:719; 6:698 

Susquehanna Company participation suggested, 10:532, 552 

Susquehanna intercession (1761), 10:212, 213, 267 
(1762), 3:660-61, 938, 940-41; 10:416-17, 554 

(1763), 4:67, 71, 75, 76, 81, 84, 106, 118-19, 122, 130, 135, 138; 10:651, 
652, 656, 671, 672 
Fitch, Thomas, col.: 

Byrne and, 8:5 

ill health, 6:463; 8:72, 89 

Johnson visits (1769-70), 7:274; 12:826 

land affairs, 7:593, 712 

law suit (1769), 7:234 

Susquehanna settlement and, 3:660, 883, 884-85, 890-91, 938; 4:70, 74: 
6:272, 577, 698, 784; 10:416, 552 

Whiting and, 6:. ".96; 7:241, 260 

wine shipment, 7:204, 564 
Fitchet, Joseph, 12:819 
Fitzdale, John, ens., 9:235 
Fitzgerald, , 7:948 

Fitz Gerald, John (Fitsgerrald) , 1:257 
Fitzgerald, John, 3:671; 5:345 
Fitzlierbert, William, 6:32, 215, 648 

Eogers and, 7:400, 403; 12:877 
Fitzpatrick, Patrick, 7:1056, 1057; 12:787, 819 
Fitzroy, Lady, 6:469 

Fitzsimon, Anne, Johnson's grandmother, 13:734 

Fitzsimons, Ellis Johnson (Mr*. William Fitzsimons, Johnson's sister) 12-1071 
Fitzsimons (Fitzsimmons), Peter, 7:1102, 1150; 8:90 92 505 
Fitzsymons, William, 1:245; 12:1071 
Five Nations, see Iroquois 
Flacherty, Esther, 11:490 

Flamboise (La FrainlHiivl ) Antlionv, 5:570: 13:397,398 127 
Flanders, 1:13; 8:04 
Flansburgh, Joseph, 7:1107 
Flathead Indians, 1:108, 238; 9:30 

Canadian services (1757), 9:675 

Cayugas and, 1:135; 10:90 

Fort Pitt Council (1700), 5:159, 164 

French and, 2:686 

Kickapoos and, 11:855 

Onondapas and, 9:635 

Ottawas and, 1:261; 9:37 

wars (1766) on, 5:1 
Flat Nose (Onondaga Indian), 2:685-86 
Flat nose (prisoner), 11:490 

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Index 

Flatts, The, see German Flats 

Fleming, John, 4:546 

Fleming, Samson, 5:290; 10:692-94 

Fless, Johannes, 8:333 

Fletcher, Tim, 1:857 

Fleurimant (Fleurimon), 4:251; 5:345, 656; 11:836 

Flint, Eobert, 2:640 

Flint, Robert, Jr., lieut., 3:288 

Flint River, 10:978 

Flood, Bryan, 1:14-15 

Flood, Elioner, 4:326 

Flood, Henry, 7:402ra 

Flood, James, 3:175 

Flood, Patrick, 1:13, 14, 89, 798 

Kinderhook tax dispute, 9:136 
Flood, Thomas, Johnson's bouwmaster, 3:729; 7:441; 11:674; 12:819 

in Adems accounts (1768-73), 13:536, 553, 559, 561, 562, 563, 564, 569, 570, 
572, 575, 576, 577, 578, 581, 587, 588, 589, 591, 592, 594, 595, 596 

appeals (1767-68), to Johnson, 5:784-85; 6:349-50 

brother, 13:509 

Byrne (Thomas) and, 8:86 

at Castle Cumberland (1760), 3:266 

Cottgrave and, 8:320-23, 424-25 

dismissal (1762), 3:736 

dismissal (1765), 4:647; 11:573-74 

Johnson Hall workmen paid by, 7:680, 867, 901, 905, 918-19, 1003, 1062 

in London, 4:802 

in New York City (1763), 4:35, 88, 104, 205 

receipt for beef, 7:940 

receipt for scythes, 7 : 794 

road survey, 7:1044 

shoe repair expenses, 7:1055 

slaves and, 5:138 

Wade (Francis) on, 5:162, 175 
Florida, 3:2n; 4:373 

French in, 5:469 

soil deficiencies, 4:373, 887 

Spanish cession to England (1763), 4:81; 10:950 

See also East Florida ; West Florida 
Florida, Gulf of, 10:978; 13:203 
Flour, 1:51, 58, 86, 93, 171, 336; 3:403; 6:83; 12:416 

Albany stores, 7:319 

carpenters' provisions (1763), 13:305 

disbursement to Indians, 3:581, 594, 963, 979; 7:809; 9:605; 10:659, 699; 
11:186, 511; 12:344, 928; 13:630 

European markets, 7:428 

Fort Chartres provisions (1767), 12:254 

Fort Johnson requisition (1756), 9:554 

at Fort Stanwix Congress (1768), 6:291; 12:489, 608, 636, 672 

Fort Stanwix provisions (1767), 12:267, 324 

Glen Schenectady trade (1763-65), 4:381, 427, 627, 701, 740; 10:872; 
11:686 

from Illinois, 4:887; 5:323 

Johnson Hall winter requirements, 5:474, 501 

military provisions of. 2:264, 267, 270, 284, 321; 4:305, 381, 427; 9:266, 
299 

Niagara provisions (1761), 13:268 

Oquaga stores (1764), 11:87-88 

for Oswego relief (1756), 9:401 

prices: 

(1745), 1:30, 36, 38 
(1747), 1:98 

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(1748), 1:128, 181 
(1755), 2:592 
(1769), 7:103 
(1770), 7:476 
(1773), 8:824 

ration measure, 5:382, 617 

Van Sante, Jr., shipment to Sclionmaker (1770), 7:479 

Warren estate claim, 13:29 

West Indian, 1:31, 36, 37, 38, 42 
Flucker, Thomas, 7:629n 
Flunean, George, 7:352 
Fluno, John, 7:661 
Flury, ,4:734 

Folliott, , 2:368 

Folliott, (ship owner?), 8:854 

Follmer, Conrad, 5:332; 7:808 
Follmer, Jacob, 7:808 
Follmer, Thomas, 5:332; 7:807 
Folmer, Margaret, 1:188 
Folsavoins, see Menominees 
Fond, William, 8:1207 
Fonda, Abraham, 6:551; 12:799 

Assembly election (1768) and, 6:131 

Bradstreet and, 8:987; 12:678 

justice appointment (1762), 3:750 

Schenectady patent and, 8:23, 1018-19 

slave trade of, 12:909 

wheat sales, 7:797; 12:876 
Fonda, Adam, 7:34, 974, 981; 12:945 

in Butler accounts, 13:508, 513 
Fonda, Douw, 7:437; 8:88; 12:819; 13:509, 512 

accounts (1769-73), 12:799, 945, 1003, 1019 

Albany County division and, 8:333 

in Bradstreet accounts, 6:551; 12:678 

Glen shipments, 4:254, 381, 701, 708, 737 
Fonda, Guysbert, 5:667 
Fonda (Funda), Isaac, 9:57 
Fonda (Funda), Jacob, 7:110(> 
Fonda, Jelles, capt., maj.: 

accounts : 

(1768), 12:648 

(1769), 7:236, 275, 293; 12:760; 13:487 

(1770), 7:836-38, 972, 973-82, 1021, 1090; 12:857, 869 

(1771), 12:901, 925 

(1772), 12:946, 1002 

Adems land indenture (1771) and, 8:266-70 

Albany County division and, 8:333 

arms purchase for Johnson (1758), 10:7, 20 

Assembly elections (1768), 12:437 

autograph, 2:xiii 

boat returns (1755), 2:241; 9:280 

in Bradstreet account (1768), 12:676 

bread shipment (1769), 7:74 

Butler and, 2:543, 544, 553, 554, 667-73, 693; 9:787-88; 13:515, 517 

Caghnawaga smallpox victim (1770) and, 13:708 

on Canadian settler mis fortunes (1774), 12:1111 

canoe loan (1774), 12:1101 

cloth orders (1771), 7:1090 

at Canajoharie, 2:778; 3:187 

at Canajoharie conference (April, 1758), 13:110 

Cockburn account, 7:1002-1003 

English trade, 7: 85 J 

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Index 

Fonda, Jelles, capt., maj., 

Fort Edward defense (1756), 9:550 

Fort Herkimer duty (1758-59), 3:25; 10:80, 81, 106 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois meeting (March 1761), 10:236 

at Fort Johnson Mohawk-Seneca meeting (1759), 10:85 

at Fort Johnson Oneida meeting (1757), 9:835 

Fort Stanwix Congress and, 12:668 

Fort William Henry capture (1757) and, 9:811 

French attack threats (1758), 10:14, 19-20, 21, 26 

(1759), 10:95 
furniture for, 6:465 
at German Flats (1757), 9:774 
gifts to Johnson, 7:1021 
Indian expenses, 2:635, 636; 3:151, 152, 171, 173, 180, 277; 8:1094; 9:652, 

653 
Indian hat order (1770), 7:980; 13:495 

at Iroquois Congress (Oswego, 1759), 13:121, 125, 126-27, 131 
Iroquois recruitment (1758), 9:909-12, 923-25, 936 
Jessup land grant and, 8:312, 393, 474, 644, 676-77 
Johnson (Guy) and, 6:788; 7:997; 8:1196 
Johnson (William, son of Sir William) and, 7:777 
Johnson will and, 12:1074-75 
Johnstown jail and, 8:708-709, 727, 750, 1205 
Joncaire and, 9:584 
journal, 2:S51; 3:237; 13:163n, 167-73 
as juror in Indian murder case (1747?), 1:112 
Klock Canajoliarie land purchases and, 3:356; 4:140, 146; 10:487, 610, 724 

ejectment of tenants and, 3:648, 649, 655, 737-38; 4:1, 51, 59 
land purchases : 

(1769), 6:600 

(1771), 8:38, 66, 152-53, 158, 276-77, 284; 12:904 

(1772), 8:557, 682; 12:978, 980 
land sale to Johnson, 12:1006; 13:529 
liquor order (1771), 12:904 
Maybe land deals and, 11:555 
Mohawk conference (1772), 8:556 
Montreal expedition (1760), 13:167-71 
Newkirk trade partnership (1761), 13:273 
Niagara-Detroit Congress journey (1761), 13:233, 234 
Niagara expedition (1759) and, 10:116 
in Northern Tract patent, 12:819 
oath of allegiance, 8:655 
Oneida recruitment (1758), 10:20 
Oneida trade regulation (1758), 2:892-93 

Onondaga and Seneca mission (1756), 9:582-84, 586, 615-16, 618 
Oswego-Three Rivers road, 13:153 
Penn stop (1768) with, 12:596 
Phyn and Ellice account, 6:83-84; 13:476 
provisions for Indian trade (1769), 7:59; 12:742 
ranger recruitment and, 2:837-38 
salary, 3:11; 6:502 
saw mill file order (1770), 13:490 

Schohary Indian grievances (1758), 10:60, 64-65, 79-SO 
scouting trips, 2:195; 9:702; 13:142, 149 
scythe order, 8:833 
Seneca recruitment (1757), 2:884 
Shuckburgh land sales and, 4:92 
Tice debts and, 8:391, 398, 399-400, 435-36 
Tryon County election of officers (1772), 12:1014 
fryon County tax list and, 8:663 

Van Eps (J. B.) and, 8:51, 87, 96, 103, 138, 148, 165, 490, 611, 902 
Wade and Keiuser expedition to Toronto and, 7:723, 740, 898-99; 8:62, 

129, 150, 154, 166, 223, 270, 826; 12:911 

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complaints, 8:240-42, 274, 305, 498 
Wempel (Barent) hired by, 2:660 
Fonda, John, 8:656 
Fonda, Peter, 3:156; 7:437, 1107 

shoes for, 7:1056 
Fonda, Stephen, 6:700 
Fonda and Douw, 2:575; 4:247 
Fonda, New York: 

Butler house in, photograph, 9:106 
Fond du Lac, 13:448 
Fonlawn, Abram, 7:462 
Fontenay, ,2:20, 22 

Foodstuffs : 

Abenaki diet, 12:571 

Albany shortage (17(52), 3:668 

allspice, 8:594, 603; 13:651 

anise seed, 1 : 764 

apples, 6:619; 7:561, 1059; 13:187 

asparagus, 13:211 

beans, 6:162,480-81; 7:378, 1059; 9:402 

butter, 1:23, 47, 50; 2:482; 7:224, 275, 365, 865, 1067; 8:325, 355, 700; 

13:188, 199, 203, 209, 515, 599 
Canadian shortages (1757), 9:606, 691, 741, 789 

(1759), 2:786, 791-92, 856, 857, 858; 9:907, 915 

(1760), 10:168, 189, 190; 13:198 

(1761), 3:416 

(1769), 7:130-31 
caraway seed, 1:764 
carpenters' provisions, 13:283, 305 
cauliflower, 5:35 
cheese, 2:783; 4:64; 6:235, 413, 443, 511, 6S2; 7:34, 333, 351, 562, 623, 

781, 912, 971; 8:S50; 12:772; 13:57-58. 570 

in Johnson Hall inventory, 13:651 
cherries, 7:645, 1059 
chest nuts, 1:311; 5:127 

chocolate, 5:35, 157, 682; 7:622; 8:595. 603; 11:975; 13:343, 650 
cinnamon, 1:764; 5:627; 7:276; 8:594, 003 
citron, 1:764; 6:731; 13:548 

cloves, 1:764; 3:753; 5:627; 7:276; 8:594. 603; 13:651 
cocoa, 1:48 

coffee, 3:626; 7:623, 824; 8:595, 603; 13:650 
comfits, 13:546, 550, 558, 571, 579, 601, 607, 615 
Crown Point (1755) expedition stores, 1:570, 609, 697-706prmim, 709-10, 

758, 788, 862; 2:76, 106, 135, 161-02, 167-68, 178, 247; 9:259, 261, 

265-66; 13:57-58 
cucumbers, 13:199 
currants, 7:431 
disbursement to Indians (1755-56), 2 :566-64t5passim 

(1757), 9:791 -92, 794, 798, 80::, 800 

(175S), 9:942; 10:68, 77, 97 

(1759), 3:23 

(1761), 10:699; 13:246, 250, 251, 252 

(1763), 10:6.-1, O.lS .19 

(1761), 11:118, 186, 187-88, 252, 254 

(176.1), 11:762, 783-84, 813, 820, 822, 870 

(1766), 12:240 

( 1707), 12:286-87, 344 

(1768), 6:?,66-V4passim 

(1769), 12:688, 690, 717, 718, 726, 734-:)9passim, 759, 799 

(1770), 7:365-66, 607; 12:800, 80] 

(1771), 12:928 

(1773), 12:1027 

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Index 

Foodstuffs, 

Dutch cooking, 13:196, 199, 208, 209 

eggs, 7:32, 1067; 12:742 

fishing rights, 3:882; 4:692; 5:425; 10:374; 11:641; 12:1027 

Fort Ontario Congress provisions, 5:333, 346 

French sailors' allowance (1759), 13:140 

honey, 1:311; 3:657; 5:211, 563, 572, 589, 627, 782; 6:65, 451, 474; 7:558 

Indian cooking methods, 11:298 

Indian shortages of: 

(1757), 9:769, 777 

(1758), 10:63, 64-65, 68, 72-73, 77, 79-80, 97, 100 

(1759), 10:109 

(1760), 3:197, 201, 218-19, 252-53, 256; 10:155, 158 

(1761), 3:543-44, 582, 594 

(1762), 10:427, 440 

(1765), 4:777, 801 

(1769), 6:709, 742; 7:14, 130-31 
inn cooking (1760), 13:183 
jellies, 7:234-35, 240,243 
lard, 13:199 
lemons, 1:121, 229, 373, 762; 2:367; 5:344; 6:413; 7:431, 979, 980; 8:765, 

770, 772, 881, 1122; 13:197, 198, 342, 343 
licorice, 2:106 
limes, 1:93, 121, 229, 249, 898; 5:344; 6:413, 443; 7:38; 8:881; 12:742 

in Adems accounts, 13:570, 597 

in Campbell account, 13:336, 338, 339, 349 

prices, 1:217-18; 7:32, 276, 837, 977 

West Indian, 5:824 
mace, 5:627; 8:594, 603; 13:568 
madeira wafers, 7:241 
markets, 13:181 
melons, 13:249 

milk, 5:381; 7:366; 13:188, 199, 209, 398, 510, 715 
molasses, 4:68, 157; 6:182; 7:275, 815, 971; 8:492, 500, 771; 9:816; 

13:196, 562, 573, 582, 584, 586, 588, 590 
mustard, 8:56, 850; 13:570, 584, 588, 594, 599, 603 
New York City dining habits (1760), 13:185, 188 
nutmegs, 5:627; 6:620; 7:276, 562, 825; 8:594, 603 
oil, 5:626; 8:850 
olives, 4:575 
onions, 8:241 

oranges, 7:903-904; 8:765, 770, 881 
outpost garrison (1761) provisions, 13:250, 253 
parchmale, 3:551 
peaches, 6:169; 13:187 
peanuts, 7:645 
pears, 6:169 

pepper, 7:623, 624, 825; 8:594; 13:533, 544, 559, 601, 651 
persimmon, 6:704-705 
pickles, 6:511 
pimento, 1:48 

poultry, 6:586; 8:306, 325, 379 
poverty and diet, 5:769 
prices (1760), 10:160, 168 
prices (1761), 3:302 
prunes, 5:35, 627 
pumpkins, 7:1060; 10:327 

raisins, 4:281; 5:273, 626; 7:431, 970; 8:594, 603; 13:650 
raspberries, 13 : 193 
requirements estimates: 

for Indians with Wade and Keiuser, 8 : 65 

for Michilimackinac trade (1767), 13:450 

for New Jersey volunteer troops (1755), 1:482-83 

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schoolboy, annual, 5:804-805 
rice, 1:48; 2:566; 4:64, 888; 5:321; 6:291; 7:428; 8:80; 12:672; 13:305, 

650 
roots, 4:495, 497, 578; 13:197 
rose conserve, 7:1036 
Ruff account (1770), 7:967-69 
rye, 7:662 
salt, 3:856; 4:68; 7:31, 32, 33, 37, 623, 825, 971, 997; 8:611; 10:168, 190; 

12:344, 928 
in Adems accounts, 13:546, 550, 555, 556, 559, 560, 564, 581, 584, 586, 

589, 590, 594, 596 

in Campbell account, 13:337, 341, 356, 363, 366, 368 

Canadian scarcity (1760), 13:198 

in Johnson Hall inventory, 13:649, 651 

prices, 2:530; 3:403, 956; 7:31, 33, 973; 8:594 

West Indian imports, 13:202 
seafood: 

bass, 6:786; 13:212 

blackfish, 6:786 

box of fish from Boston, 8:597 

Canadian fishing trade, 4:226 

catfish, 13:196 

codfish, 3:950; 4:258; 5:798, 816; 6:683; 7:114, 174, 276, 559, 563; 
8:543; 13:571, 599 

English fish exports, 7:428 

fish supplies, urban (1760), 13:186 

herring, 2:504 

Indian fishing methods, 13:197, 199 

lobster, 6:188; 7:240, 242 

mackerel, 3:936, 957; 5:798, 816; 7:559, 770 

oysters, 1:120, 193; 3:919, 936; 4:214, 236; 5:98; 6:188, 189, 451, 474, 
487, 510, 511, 620; 7:276, 562, 997, 1021; 8:627, 632, 711, 1122; 
13:187, 599 

pike, 13:191 

salmon, 3:919, 956; 7:724, 729; 8:306, 379; 11:352; 13:191, 197, 199, 
270, 271, 393, 394 

sheepshead, 13:193 

sturgeon, 7:727 

trout, 13:6, 191 

Warren estate claim, 13:28 

whiting, 6:161 
squash, 7:1060; 12:345 
strawberries, 13:193 
suppan, 13:185 
tea, 1:365; 2:106, 576; 5:211; 6:547, 619; 7:399, 558, 561, 563, 912; 

13:306 

in Adems accounts. 13:536, 538, 540, 545, 553, 556, 560, 561, 562, 563, 
565, 566, 568, 569, 571, 576, 578, 579, 581, 582, 584, 590, 591, 597, 598 

Bohea, 1:47; 2:576; 4:64; 6:62; 7:174, 622, 755; 8:56, 475; 13:337, 
338, 341, 343, 350, 351, 363 

green, 7:193; 8:366, 540, 594, 603; 12:404; 13:470 

Holland, 8:48 

hyson, 5:565; 6:516, 682; 8:56, 365, 850; 12:993 

in Johnson Hall inventory, 13:648, 650 

pine bud, 13:205 

Soochong, 8:594, 603 
turnips, 5:35, 70; 7:967; 9:121 

vinegar, 5:627; 7:31, 276, 623, 625; 8:56, 80, 114, 595, 603, 850 
See also Bread; Flour; Meal ; Ru^ar 
Foot, maj., 1:717; 13:50, 54 
Foot, Harry (of London), 8:197 
Forbes, Eev. (Irish visitor), 7:650, 660, 924 

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Index 

Forbes, Daniel, 5:596 

Forbes, Eli, 3:873; 5:591, 596; 10:515-18 

Forbes, Gilbert, 4:533; 5:609, 642; 6:645, 646 

Forbes, Gordon, capt., 6:199, 294, 298n, 433, 553 

Forbes, Jacob, 3:983; 4:24, 41, 42, 145, 146, 890 

Forbes, Eev. John, 8:847 

Forbes, John, col., trig. gen. : 

Amherst and, 10:91, 103-104, 108 
biographical sketch, 10: In 

Cherokees and, 2:817, 828; 9:897-98, 969; 13:207 
command of Southern troops, 2:813, 850n 
Croghan and, 10:90-92, 103-104, 108 
death of, 3:33-34; 10:1% 

Denny and, 2:813, 817, 839; 9:S93-94, 900, 955, 970 
Easton Council and, 2:864, 891, 896; 9:898; 10:2 
Fort Duquesne attack and, 2:801; 3:3, 4, 5, 14n; 10: In, 78 
Fort Frontenac capture (1758) and, 10:1 
illness (1759), 10:108 
Iroquois and, 10:54, 90-92, 396 
Forbes, "William, capt., 13:123 
Forboss, , in Butler accounts, 13:506 

Ford, Thomas, 12:171 
Forman, Stephen, 4:811, 830, 858 
Forsey, Benjamin, 2:612; 3:169 
Forsey, Thomas, 3:169; 10:208, 273, 344, 440 
Forshe, Isack, 4:70 
Forster, Edward, 12:819 
Forster, Peter, see Foster, Peter 
Fort, Johannes, 13:502 
"Fort Blunder," 8:213n 
Fortin, (interpreter), 6:675 

Fort Eoyal, Martinique, 3:626, 635, 65S 
Forts, set specific forts, e.g., Johnson, Fort 
Fort Stanwix Indian Congress (1768) : 
boundary line map, 5:286; 6:450 
enforcement, 6:514; 8:262; 12:493-94 

English ratification, 6:23, 119, 469, 473, 475, 535, 693-94, 757; 7:30, 96, 
109, 119, 296, 495, 496, 521, 853, 897, 1148; 8:967-68, 991; 12:546, 553, 
587, 685, 850 

refusal, 6:565, 652, 691-92, 708-709; 7:16-17, 18-19, 65-66, 81-84, 112-13, 
215-16; 12:715, 717, 741-42 
expenses, 6:129, 137-38, 147, 184-85, 212, 435, 475, 505-506, 524, 540, 541, 
545, 546-47, 568-70, 583-84, 587-88, 602-603, 613, 624, 632, 651; 7:225, 
591; 12:477-78, 488, 490, 494, 500, 501, 520-22, 555, 647-48, 662, 665-6S, 
670-71, 676-79, 681, 684-85, 687, 718, 726 
Indian attendance, 6:308, 316-17, 333, 334-35, 354, 407-40S, 423, 429, 454, 
467; 7:167, 817; 8:962; 12:605-606, 608, 628-29, 632, 636, 647, 652, 670 
Iroquois denial (1771) of, 8:6-8, 9, 76 

land cessions, 6:ix, 272, 454, 458, 464, 473, 480, 482, 483, 490, 491-92, 507- 
508, 513, 519-21, 534-35, 536-37, 538-39, 546-47, 568, 569, 577, 584, 611, 
613, 627, 632, 671, 689; 7:108, 140, 160; 8:66, 524, 5S9, 630, 1216; 
12:746-47; 13:683 

Western Indian resentment of, 7:96, 150, 167, 184, 316, 332, 375, 652, 
656, 705; 8:834 
land values and, 6:507, 520-21, 534, 564; 7:537, 538, 641, 656; 8:346; 

12:712 
memorandum of Indian address after, 6:466 
missionary activity at, 6:442, 464, 472, 490, 492, 513-14, 529-30, 538, 542-43, 

590, 609; 7:13, 177; 12:598-99, 657, 675, 692, 748-50, 919 
New York City view of, 6:475-76, 502 

Pennsylvania purchase of cessions, 6:147, 184-85, 357-58, 360-62, 411-12, 
472-73, 507-508, 520, 539, 545, 547, 556-57, 562, 563, 587-88, 595-96, 613, 

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629; 7:84-85, 96, 141-42, 176-77, 217-18, 299-300; 8:227; 12:427-28, 8S8 

plans, 5:764, 770, 785, 818, 850; 6:292; 12:379, 381, 385-86, 388, 405, 423, 
459, 476-78, 488-89, 490, 502-507, 515-16, 519, 524, 526, 550, 582-83, 590 

proceedings, 6:449, 453; 12:617-29, 636 

provincial participation in, 6:147, 201, 211, 212, 283, 295, 297-98, 308, 
316-17, 325, 327, 333, 352, 354, 359, 363, 364-65, 394-95, 406-407, 423, 
429, 519; 7:1130; 8:26; 12:476-77, 493-94, 501, 526, 553, 564, 587, 588, 
595, 596-97, 600, 606, 617, 619-20, 621, 630, 695 

provisions, 6:286, 291, 311-12, 313, 423, 431-32, 436, 442, 443-44, 445-46, 
447, 449, 459, 569, 709, 742-43; 7:444-45; 8:641, 660-61, 780-81, 794-95, 
813; 12:501, 545, 555, 600, 605-606, 608, 617, 636, 672 

trade indemnities and, 6:477-78, 580, 757; 7:65-66, 82, 109, 112-13, 119, 
215-16, 296, 495, 496, 521; 12:165, 594-95, 618, 619-20 

See also Land, Indian boundary line; and see specific colonies concerned 
Fosburg, Peter, 1:167 
Foster, ,5:483 

Foster, Elizabeth, 11:486 
.Foster (Forster), Peter, 7:352, 1087 

flight, 8:86 

wheat orders, 7:661 
Foster, William, col., 10:34 
Fouchet, , charges for care of Peter Johnson (1772), 12:1010-11, 

1013-14; 13:621 
Fowke, , gen., 2:532n 

Fowler, David, 10:279, 280, 469-70; 11:339 

Oneida mission, 4:734; 11:741, 978 
Fowler, Joseph, 11:430 
Fox, Christopher, 11:933-37 
Fox, Frederick, 8:1210 
Fox, Henry, see Holland, Henry Fox, Lord 
Fox, Joseph, 2:524, 653; 3:518, 761, 773, 799, 822-23, 846 

Lancaster Treaty and, 3:827-28 

Pennsylvania condolence present for frontier outrages (1768), 6:104. 107 
Fox, Jost, 7:666 
Fox, Margaret, 7:865 
Fox, Philip, 7:666 
Fox, Kudolph, 7:666 
Fox, William: 

accounts, 7:S(;,1 

Klock Cnnajohary dispute and, 4:146, 657; 11:611 

wheat sales, 2:614; 3:157; 7:666 
Foxcroft, post riders and, 8:539 

Fox Indians (Renards) : 

Adirondacks hostilities (177.'!), 13:622 

Chippewa hostilities (1771), 8:117, 213 

Chippewa attack on Miehilimackinac (1763) and, 10:78.1, 782, 787 

at French Cadaracqui Council, 3:754 

Gorrell visits (1762), 10:704-705, 706, 709-10 

Ifutchins visit, 10: r >L , r> 

Illinois Indian hostilities (1767), 13:426, 438 

Miehilimackinac conference (1765), 11:808, 809 

at Niagara Congress (1761), 4:511; 11:276, 300, 301-302, 303, 304-305 
325, 336 

numbers, 4:244; 10:450, 5 1.". 

Pottawatomics rind, 11:5-1X 

recruitment (1761), 4:42.'! 

Rogers embassv (1766 ) . 5:369 
(1767), 5:764 

S:ikis and, 5:578; 7:16; 8:213, 667, 669 

Villiers message (1763), 10:^19-21 

the Fox wars, 10:669n 
Fox River, 5:328; 10:669n 

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Fox's Kill, 5:265 
Foy, Edward, capt., 7:711 
Frampton, Charles, 1:52 
France, Elizabeth, 11:489 
France : 

American imports (1768) from, 6:323 

American possessions (1755), l:445-50passt'ra, 551-55, 577, 617; 2:53 

bankruptcy (1771), 8:203, 242, 249-50 

"Bourbon Compact," 4:720; 7:1029, 1129 

Canadian capitulation, 3:309, 362 (See also Canada, reduction of) 

colonization plans, 5:277, 319, 320-21, 323-24 

Corsica and, 7:157 

Croghan shipwreck in, 4:341, 383, 384 

encounter of Byng and La Galissonniere, 2:531-32, 536, 540 

English ambassadors, 6:734; 7:1078 

English recapture of Newfoundland, 3:879, 880, 894, 897-98, 902, 907 

908, 910-11 
Falkland Islands and, 7:402 
Flanders and, 8:94 
fur factories of, 5 : 654, 828 
German troops (1762), 3:892 
Illinois cessions (1765), 11:900-901 
Illinois Indian treaties, 13:409 
Indian land grants, 4:291; 5:155, 243 

Caghnawaga, 4:307-308, 318; 5:46, 55, 66, 90, 91, 183-87; 10:373-76; 
12:32-33, 37-39, 48, 67 

English colonization purchases, 5:128-30, 240-41, 276-78, 324 

Green Bay monopoly, 12:118-19 
international debts (1770), 7:430 
Johnson pedigree traced to Normandy, 13 : 734 
Joncaire indemnity, 5:32, 35, 92-93, 96, 99 
king's letter to Pontiac, 4 : 553 

king's message (alleged) to the Iroquois (1773?), 8:932-33, 1142-46 
king's message (1764) to Pontiac, 11:370, 392 

Louisiana interference with Western Indians and, 6:601, 631; 10:819-23 
Ministry changes (1771), 8:50, 94 
naval power (1773), 8:831 
Niagara loss, 3:108-109 
Ohio claims, 1:302-304, 312m, 314-15, 385, 387, 389, 436, 441, 442, 552-53, 

554, 663, 833w, 910-15, 917-20; 2:29; 9:40-41, 125, 126, 132 
Oswego prisoners sent to, 9:599 
return of Canadian settlers, 3 : 644 
Rogers' alleged defection to interests of, 12:439, 440-41, 444, 450-51, 508, 

518 
Roubaud and, 3:279ji-80k. 
Russia and, 7:285, 671, 946, 1079 
Russo-Turkish War and, 8:871 
Seneca promises (1765) of aid from, 11:963 
Seven Years War : 

Cessation of Arms, 10:617, 640 

English Declaration of War, 2:505; 9:570, 576 

English peace rumors (1762), 3:911, 930, 936, 937, 949, 953, 960 

peace offers, 3:24; 10:584, 592 

Peace Treaty, 4:34, 35, 45, 49, 62, 63, 81, 101-102, 104, 222, 256, 266-67; 
5:vii; 7:269-70; 10:659-60, 663, 759, 782, 786, 792-94, 804, 914-15, 
977 

Villiers declaration of amity (1763), 10.-S19-23 
Society of Jesus abolished in, 4:309 
Spain and, 2:351-52, 531; 3:279n; 4:81 

Jesuit dispute, 8:180 

Louisiana cession, 4:303-304, 336; 11:36 

Spanish alliance, 3:753; 7:221, 671, 789, 870, 1026 

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Spanish-Austrian alliance (1771), 7:1111 

Spanish-Prussian Alliance, 7:7 

troops returned (1765) to, 11:725-26 

war prospects (1755) with England, 1:455-56, 456-62, 464-65, 532, 564, 695, 
849-50; 2:243, 271; 9:154, 166 
(1756), 2:464 
(1768), 12:600, 601-603 

(1770), 7:606, 630, 671, 870, 946, 1015, 1024, 1029; 12:898 
(1771), 7:1074, 1129, 1148, 1149-50; 8:35-36, 45, 50, 94, 98, 104, 203, 

205, 242, 273; 12:886, 891, 893 
(1773-74), 8:933, 1007-1008 

See also French 
Frances, Abraham, 1:776; 9:257 
Francis, , 3:257 

Francis, capt., 1 : 867 
Francis I, emperor of Germany, 7:286n 

Francis (Caghnkenaont, Paglikenaont — Mahican), 10:183; 13:177 
Francis, Sir Philip, 7: 40 In 
Francis, Turbutt, lieut. col., 3:901; 6:517, 545 

at Bouquet Tuscarawas conference (1764), 11:438 

Croghan resignation (1771) and, 8:292-93, 308 

employment applications, 4:255; 5:515, 525; 12:276-77 

half -Indian child of, 8:235 

murder of Seneca George and, 7:63, 178, 274 

Niagara surrender (1759), 13:117, 122, 124 

Oquaga land claims and, 7:226-27, 253-55, 292-93 

scouting parties, 10:171; 13:142 
Franck, the cooper, 9:122 
Franck (Frank), Conrad, capt.: 

accounts, 3:156, 173, 180; 5:340; 10:472 

in Adems accounts (1769-73), 13:540, 573, 577, 578, 588, 590, 591, 592, 
593, 595, 596, 599 

in Butler accounts, 13:513 

at Canajoharie meeting (1763), 4:50, 61 

cattle drivers and, 5:331 

Chenussios at German Flats and, 4:228; 10:916 

on Chenussios harassed by English (1763), 10:757-58 

company returns, 5:557; 7:456 

on death of Justice Frank, 3:407 

Fort Johnson Iroquois Council (1763) and, 10:801 

in German Flats patent (Sept., 1765), 11:933 37 

Hasenclever and, 3:885; 5:704 

Indian provisions, 4:435, 437, 740; 10:872; 11:187 

Iroquois Congress (German Flats, May, 1767), 12:309 

Johnson (Guyi land granl ami, 11:121 

justice appointment, 3:609, 622, 750; 8:53; 12:784 

land holdings, 4:657; 11:824; 12:245; 13:377 

maladministration charge, 8:509-10 

mills of, 11:595 

Niagara journey (1761) stop with, 13:274 

Opey visit, 8:53-54 

rum trade, 3:156; 5:213; 12:287, 303 
Franck, Frederick, 11:121 ; 13:377 
Franck, John, 8:1210 

Franck, Julian (John) Conrad, 2:486, 526 27, 689 90 
Francois, 11:97 
Frank, capt., 1:369 
Frank (Negro), 9:656 
Frank, Gustavus (Justice), murder of, '■): U>7, 430, 431-32, 433-35, 436-37, 504, 

506; 10:292, 297, 312; 13:216 
Frank, Stephen (Stephanus), 2:486; 3:407; 11:251. 933-37 
Frankfort, 3:144, 145 

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Index 

Frankland, , capt., 1:24 

Franklin, Benjamin: 

Congress proposal, 8:ix 

Croghan and, 4:741, 880»; 5:37-39; 7:591 

Crown Point expedition (1755) and, 1:833, 843-44; 3:995; 13:44 

dismissal as deputy postmaster, 8:1060-61, 1139 

at Easton Council (1756), 2:653 

Easton Council (1762) and, 3:837; 10:567 

Fort Allen and, 10:533«, 

on frontier outrages (1766), 12:178-79 

Illinois colonization proposals and, 5:viii, 37-39, 330, 331, 336, 365, 371-72; 
6:92; 12:107-108, 136, 140, 141, 165, 178, 436, 511-12 

on Indian Affairs management, 6:231-32; 11:969 

on Indian boundary line, 5:854-55; 6:82, 129-30, 168, 231; 7:16, 215-16 

on Indian lands, 3:26, 48 

Johnson (John) and, 7:497 

money sent Johnson by, 9:267 

non-importation agreements and, 7:769 

Pennsylvania Assembly message (Jan., 1768), 12:417-19 

Pennsylvania Gazette and, 2:lln; 4:405n, 857n 

Philosophical Society and, 6:564n 

portrait, 5:854; 6:564 

Quakers and, 2:439; 4:564 

trade loss indemnities and, 6:579; 7:591; 12:236-37 
Franklin, P., 4:708; 11:683 
Franklin, William, New Jersey Gov., 5:119, 701 

autograph, 7 :xii 

on Catholic mission in Nova Scotia, 7:964 

Chew and, 7:234 

colonial trade control and, 6:295; 7:13; 12:512-13, 564, 729 

Croghan invitation (1765), 11:969, 970 

Crown Point (1755) provisions and, 9:284-85 

Delaware River and, 8:264 

Delawares and, 5:544 

Franklin (Benjamin) dismissal as postmaster, 8:1139 

Hasenclever investigation, 7:426rc. 

Hillsborough and, 6:438w 

Hooper and, 7:1132-33 

Illinois colonization proposals and, 5:viii, 128-30, 196-97, 276, 313, 320n, 
336; 6:92; 12:107-108, 136, 140, 237, 511-12, 727-28 

on Indian boundary line, 6:129, 295, 354?i, 363, 423; 7:13, 119; 12:511, 
564-65, 587, 600, 617, 627 

Iroquois seminary and, 8:858 

Johnson (Jacob W's) and, 6:445, 450 

on land grant for widows and orphans of clergymen, 5:431 

land purchases of, 7:537 

Minisink Indian murder and, 5:169-74, 198, 276, 418-22; 12:72-73, 237 

on Ohio colonization plans, 8:1159, 1178 

postal appointments, 7:322w 

portrait, 7:120 

Queen's College and, 8:768 

Robertson (William) and, 8:1158, 1177 

Sons of Liberty and, 7:1107; 12:774 

threat of general Indian War (1769) and, 7:119-20 

Wharton (Thomas) and, 7:591 

Wheelock and, 6:442 
Franks, ,1:382,496; 2 : 430, 441 ; 3 : 923 

Franks, Conrad, see Franck, Conrad 
Franks, David, 3:329, 566; 4:199, 204 

account of losses (I 766 ), 5:347-59 

Fort Pitt stores and, 4:730 

traders' memorial and, 4 :264, 265, 270 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Franks, Moses, 2:441n; 4:264-66, 267-70, 272, 545; ll:302n 

Franks, Trent, Simons and Company, 11:614 

Fraser, , capt., Canadian Indian Affairs superintendence proposal, 

11:342 
Fraser, Alexander (trader) : 

Niagara trade petitions (1766-67), 5:118, 144, 743, 766 

Van Eps partnership, 4:840; 11:929 
Fraser, Alexander, lieut. : 

accounts (1766), 12:266 

Fort Chartres occupation expedition (1765), 4:718, 731, 859n; 11:516, 541, 
560, 647, 743-44, 789, 840, 869, 872n, 877, 899-90, 904, 913, 958ra 

Pontiac and, 4:768, 799, 800, 809, 811, 816; 11:882-83, 921; 12:40 

reported death of, 4:770, 774, 777, 780; 11:795, 803, 810, 813, 833, 868, 
871, 881 
Fraser, Donald, 8:628, 731; 12:818 
Fraser (Frazer), Hugh, lieut., 4:203, 207, 526, 823; 5:19, 575, S06; 12:224 

accounts, 7:501, 940 

Davis and, 6:500 

land purchases, 4:824, 883, 885; 5:360; 8:917; 11:922; 12:1041 
Fraser, John, capt., 5:474 
Fraser, John, 12:818 
Fraser, Simon, col., 4:885; 10:41w, 77 
Fraser (Frazer), William, lieut., 4:208; 10:815, 817, 818 
Fraser, William, 12:818 
Fraser, William, Jr., 12:960, 988 
Frasior, Thomas, 8:1124 
Frax, Peter, see Fiax, Peter 
Frazer, John (smith), 12:804, 818 
Frazier, , 1:185, 190, 904 

Frazier, , lieut., on Detroit Congress journey (1761), 13:239 

Frazier, Alexander, lieut., see Fraser, Alexander, lieut. 
Frazier, Hugh, lieut., see Fraser, Hugh, lieut. 
Freba, Frans, 7:667 
Frederick the Great: 

assassination plot against (1762), 3:669 

at Biskow, 3:145 

Colbergh loss (1762), 3:659 

Czar's friendship, 3:749 

Danzig and, 8:758 

Damn and, 3:635, 892-93 

Dresden taken by, 3:148 

English war prospects (1771), 8:358, 435 

Poland and, 8:831 

Russo-Turkish war and, 8:434-35 
Frederick, Peter, 3:161, 631; 6:771; 10:248; 12:819; 13:541 
Frederick, Phillip, 3:357 
Frederick, Fort, Albany,: 

artillery list (1755), 1:551 

Clinton at, 1:103, 174n 

drummers for, 1:422 

garrison (1755), 1:623 

map, 3:507 

personnel (1706), 5:444 
Frederick (Saint), Fort, see Saint Frederic, Fort; see also Crown Poinl 
Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales, 1:331, 331 /i, 311 
Freeling, John, 11:485 
Freeling, Peggy, 11:486 
Freeman, John, sgt., 2:316 
Free Robin (Indian), 2:542 
Freer, Abraham, 2:7". 1 
Freidenberg, Charles (Chevalier dc Freudenberg, Freydenberg) , 4:862 872, 

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Index 

Freidenberg, Charles, 

justice appointment lists (1770), 12:784, 793 
Lake Champlain lease, 5:345; 7:191 
Freil (Friel), John: 

in Adems accounts (1769-73), 13:539, 540, 542, 545, 547-51, 558-69, 571-74, 

576, 577, 579-81, 586, 587, 589, 591-95, 600, 602, 605, 607-609 
named in patents, 12:787, 819, 855, 960, 988 
tailoring charges, 7:349, 1090; 8:1094; 13:370 
French, capt., 8:1208, 1209; 9:872 

French, John, 6:118; 12:315, 318 
Davis (Dudley) and, 6:498-99 
Harper bond and, 6:360; 12:582 
Vaughan lands and, 6:24-25, 70, 83; 12:664 
French, Jonathan, 3:634; 6:771; 10:248 
French : 

Bradstreet expedition (1764) and, 11:504 

Bullit expedition and, 8:889 

Canadian Indian culture and, 7:599-600 

Canadian resentment of English occupation, 4:223-28; 6:303; 8:1143-44; 

11:609; 869; 12:422 
Chautauqua Creek settlement, 13:204 
Detroit inhabitants (1762), 10:560-61 
Detroit Indian siege (1763) and, 4:164, 170, 303, 355, 391, 403-404, 414, 

418, 433, 437, 447, 670-79, 763-64; 10:693-94, 728, 738, 739-40, 743, 745, 

762, 763, 764, 985-86; 13:317-21 
Detroit siege (1764) and, 4:164, 170, 303, 355, 403-404, 414, 418, 433, 437, 

447, 670-79; 11:164, 216, 217, 218-19, 226-27, 229-30, 246 
Detroit threat (1769), 7:29, 55, 98 
Dutch and, 1:36 

English employment of, 4:210-11, 236, 253, 392, 395 
in Florida, 5:469 

Fort Chartres collapse rumors, 6:392 
Fort Duquesne defeat of Braddock, 1:712, 722, 745-48, 750-51, 752-53, 759, 

760, 763, 766, 767-68, 772-74, 795, 805, 824, 826-27, 882; 3:995 
Fort Necessity and, 1:406, 409-10 
Hosack attack, 1:413, 415 
in the Illinois country, 4:570, 625, 639, 742, 779, 792, 816; 5:vm, 120, 122, 

277, 319, 320-24, 362-63, 368, 573; 8:190, 202, 340, 341-42, 418, 441, 

480, 491 

colonization plans, 6:157 

fortification (1771), 8:259, 261, 278, 285 

Indian unrest (1762), 10:534-35, 543, 547 

Indian unrest (1764), 11:229-30 

Indian unrest (1765), 11:697-98, 716, 740, 765, 838, 904-905, 982 

Indian unrest (1766-68), 12:227-29, 450, 543-44; 13:407 

Indian unrest (1773), 8:779, 799 
Indian boundary line and, 6:447, 464, 472, 491, 519 
Indian conference conduct of, 11:232 
Indian land grants: 

Bradstreet on, 4:529 

English proposal to purchase, 5:128-30 

Wabash, 8:661, 688 
Indians and, 1:40, 42, 47, 53, 56, 100, 114, 211-13, 239, 241, 247, 259, 261, 

297, 306n, 344n, 357-58, 663, 767-68, 795, 823-24, 882, 925-27; 2:4, 36, 

58, 59; 3:248, 249-50, 272, 753 

Delaware-Shawnee, uprisings and, 2:359-60, 368-71, 445-46, 499, 500, 
510-13, 681, 788; 3:786, 849; 4:483; 9:476-77, 744, 754, 756, 760-61; 
11:403-404, 498, 558, 585, 618, 625, 660, 664, 681, 842; 13:76-77, 78 

English poisonings rumored, 9:445 

Indians living among, 5 : 660 

Johnson on political strategy (1754) concerning, 9:125-32 

Johnson review of intrigues from reduction of Canada through 1773, 
8:1142-46 

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Johnson on superior policies, 4:239, 275, 416, 629, 665, 872; 5:3, 479-80; 
6:72; 10:461,464; 11:586; 12:73-74 

land restitution promises, 2:692 

Maryland, 1:496-97 

Mississippi Indian intrigues (1762), 10:435 

present disbursement policy (1774), 8:1007-1008, 1016, 1032; 9:372, 573, 
596-98, 599, 791; 10:448-49, 461; 11:21 

Seneca incitements to revolt, 11:963; 13:230 

Wabash settler removal (1772), 12:942-43 

Western, 2:676-77, 796; 3:6, 28, 336-37; 4:170, 176, ISO, 187, 200, 239, 
253, 275-76, 282, 291, 295, 303; 5:613, 614, 740, 741, 744, 763; 6:275, 
333-34, 467, 565, 601-602, 630-31; 12:386-87 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:7, 141, 190, 206, 259, 339-40, 
341 

(1772) and, 8:501-502, 551, 561-62, 592 

Western revolts (1763) and, 10:723, 724, 731, 746-48, 754-55, 767-68, 
807, 881 

(See also specific groups of Indians) 
Isle aux Galots encampment (1759), 13:140, 142 
Lake Champlain timber rights, 12:173 
L/ake George prisoners examined, 2:26-28; 9:232 
Mississippi attack rumors (1768), 6:111-12 
Monongahela attack, 1:403 
naval battles (1745-48), 1:32, 67, 128 
naval battles (1755), 1:676, 681, 686, 692-93, 719-20 
"Neutrals," 2:459-60 
in New Hampshire, 1:415 
New York visitors (174S), 1:904 
Niagara surrender (1759), 13:114-57, 159 
Ohio expedition (1750), 9:62-63 

(1753), 9:106, 107, 109, 112, 117 
Ohio settlements (1757), 9:592, 613 

Oswego siege, 2:542, 544, 546-47, 549, 552, 553, 556, 557, 563-64 
outpost abandonment proposal (1768) and, 6:232 
outposts, 2:12; 13:40-41, 100 (See also specific forts) 
Pontiac and, 4:809; 12:150 (See also Pontiac) 
privateers, 1:24 
Quebec siege, 3:128, 147 
Rogers plan and, 6:259n 
in Royal American regiment, 10-Aln 
Saratoga garrison attack, 1:101-102 
Seneca murders on Lake Ontario (1773), 8:886, 890, 899, 903, 905-906, 913, 

923-24, 925-26, 934, 951, 952-53, 1026, 1032, 1048-49, 1086, 1091-92, 1093, 

1116, 1131-32, 1135, 1138, 1140-41, 1148, 1149, 1164-65, 1167 
servants, 1:44 

sickness among (1750), 1:275 
Silvestre's report on Ohio activities of, 1:508-11 
South Carolina and, 3:733-34 
Spanish and, 3:725, 733-34, 743; 5:373; 7:185, 212, 221, 256-57, 263, 722, 

789, 948-49; 12:227-28, 236, 238, 543, 549-50, 559, 585-86, 622, 652 

663, 682 
strategy : 

in Crown Point expedition, 1755, 1:508-509, 651, 678-79, 796, 846, 855, 
883, 892; 2:58-62; 9:181-83 

Niagara expedition, 1:551-55, 577, 746-48 
threats of attack: 

(1744), 1:22 

(1745), 1:43 

(1746), 3:993; 9:4-5 

(1749), 9:54-55 

(1754), 1:404 

(1755), 1:495; 2:17, 31-32, 39-40, 48, 59-62, 73-74, 289, 290-304, 310, 323 

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Index 

French 

(1755), siege instructions, 2:328-32, 334, 365-66, 386-87 
(1755), snow shoe expedition, 2:310, 384-86 
(1756), 2:431, 455-56 
(1768), 6:424 

(1769), 7:84, 86-87, 119-20, 154-55, 185, 196, 212 
(1770), 7:654, 689 
trade with, 1:19 

(1762), 3:935, 941, 944, 961, 969; 4:137 

Cherokee (1756), 9:572, 578-79, 597 

English occupation of the Illinois and, 4:761-66; 11:628, 725-26, 840, 

850, 853, 900-901, 902, 988; 12:254-55; 13:410-13 
liquor trade regulation, 13:236 

trading conduct, 3:523, 545, 5S8; 4:38, 275, 556-57, 568-69, 625, 627-28, 
704, 830, 833-34, 839, 872; 5:38, 109, 480-81, 520, 522, 698; 6:495; 
7:1018; 8:150, 804, 818, 819 
Mississippi, 6:xi, 195-96, 327, 394; 8:195; 11:826, 988; 12:39-40, 44-45, 

188, 190, 226, 229, 236, 238, 549-50, 559, 587 
outposts and, 5:2-4, 653-59, 736; 6:21, 45, 49, 58; 11:8 
Saint Joseph, 6:121-22; 11:696-97 
Wabash, 12:373, 544 

withdrawal of traders proposed (1768), 6:437, 509-10, 536 
troops under Dieskau (1755), 2:18-24, 26-28, 48-49, 58, 60-61, 72, 95, 111, 

122, 146, 171, 200-202, 340; 9:230, 232, 240 
war belt (1774) delivered up by Iroquois, 13:687 
West Indies, 1:10 

See also Canada ; France ; Louisiana ; and see specific personal names 
French Andrew (Huron), 5:252, 257 
French Creek, 1:918; 2:654; 3:405, 438 
French Mohawks, see Caghnawagas 
French Peter, see Peter (Taquainunt) 
French South Sea Company, 3:362 
Frere, Porlun, 5:134 
Freton, Iulien, 5:488 

Freudenberg, Chevalier de, see Freidenberg, Charles 
Frey, , Canajoharies and, 9:392-93 

Frey (Fry), lieut. col, 2:250, 335 

Frey (Fry), Hendrick, Sr. : 

accounts, 2:581, 600, 602; 3:717 
election (1752), 1:363 

on German Flats destroyed by Indians, 3:834, 853; 13:278 
on horse and sled shortage (1756), 9:411 
liquor trade and, 1:172 
Lutheran church land survey by, 6:175 
Miller land survey, 3:369 

Mohawk delegates to Harris Ferry (1757), 9:621-22 
Mohawk forts and, 2:378; 9:220 
Frey (Fry), Hendrick, Jr. (son of above), capt.: 
on Abeel, 4:281; 13:321-22 
accounts, 4:720, 832 
Albany County division petition, 8:333 
Assembly seat (1773), 8:705 
in Butler accounts, 13:506, 508, 515, 516 
Canajoharie fortification (1755) and, 1:842; 2:378 
Canajoharie-Klock dispute and, 3:007, 948; 4:49, 50, 61, 145, 311, 313; 

10:573 
on Canajoharie rum trade, 4:373 
Canajoharie survey for Johnson, 4:631, 754; 5:395, 422, 476, 478, 541; 

6:85; 8:547-48; 11:522; 12:214n, 215, 216, 301 
Collins (James) and, 5:555 
commission, 3:370; 13:216 
company of, 4:182 
Couagne and LaForee Albany escape (1757), 2:748 

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Croghan land survey and, 6:103, 123 
Dillenbach (Christian) and, 4:12, 634; 10:607-608 
Dillenbach (Martinus) and, 4:286, 316 
eviction of Maybe, 5:493 
on gates on highways, 4:610 
German Flats alarm (1763), 10:758 
on German Flats Indian meeting (1765), 4:648; 11:582 
horses ordered from, 13:322 
Indian expenses (1756), 2:623 
Indian expenses (1768), 12:635, 648 
at Johnson Hall Seneca Peace (March 1764), 11:134 
Johnson's Niagara journey (1764), 11:251 
Johnson will and, 12:1075 

justice appointment, 3:609, 622, 750; 12:768, 784 
land purchases, 3:905 

law studies of, 5:791; 6:83; 12:384-85, 769 
maladministration charge, 8:509-10 
oath of allegiance, 8:655 
oaths of militia officers and, 6:697 
oats and peas of, 4:409 
officer appointment powers of, 12:772 
Oneida trade, 11:375 

Oriskany patent survey, 5:668-69; 12:659 
Penn (John) and, 6:364; 12:596 
roots in trade, 11:398 
rum trade, 11 :5S2 
Ruppert case, 5:490 

Schuyler mistreatment of Canajoharies and, 5:57-5S 
settlers on lands of, 8:303 

at Tryon County election of officers (1772), 12:1014 
wheat sales, 8:715 
Frcy (Fry), John, 3:370, 549; 8:1207, 1211 

oath of allegiance, 8:655 
Prey, Severinus, 3:609 
Frey and Butler, 4:578, 642 

Freydenberg, Chevalier de, see Freidenberg, Charles 
Friland, (tailor), 5:483 

Frim, Isera, 4:498 
Frisbev, Grickson, 2:731 
Frisby, Phillip, 6:287 

Prize, Jacob, justice appointment (1762), 3:750 
Frobisher, Benjamin, 5:134, 181 

Ainse defense deposition (1768), 12:615-16 
at Michilimafkinac court of inquiry (Aug., 1767), 5:038, 640 
Michilimackinac trade petition (July, 1765), 11:827, 829 
Rogers and, 6:754; 12:440, 441, 451, (514 
Frobisher, Dobie and Company, 5:181 
Froechay, Jacob, 7:002 
Frontenac, Fort (Cadaracqui, Kingston in Canada) : 

Bradstreet expedition (1758), l:548n; 2:8S6, 889-90, 894-95; 3:1, i; 
7:587»; 9:953, 904, 906-67, 968, 909; 10:ln, 3, 4-5, 7, 12, 18, 20, 25, 
r.',n, 51, 54, 72 
French efforts to rebuild, 10:38 

French Indian conference (1762), 10:385, 422, 423, 425 
French troops: 

(1754-55), 1:517, 547, 548, 894, 919; 2:12, 35-36, 95 90 
(1750), 2:541, 564, 655, 719 

(1757), 2:070, 692; 9:606, 627, 789, 791, 803, 832 
(1758), 2:857; 9:875, 877, 907, 930, 904; 10:83 84 
(1759), 3:134 
Iroquois visits (1750), 1:288 
trade, 5:482 

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Index 

Frontenac, Fort, 

See also Cadaracqui 
Frump, Andrew, 5:666 
Fry, John, capt., 13:51-53 
Fry, Thomas, 5:501 
Fry, see also Frey 
Frye, James, 11:943 
Fryenmoet, Johann Casparus, 3:351 
Fryer, Catharine, 8:352 
Fryer, Hannah, 8:351 
Fryer, Isaac, 8:351 

Fryer, John, capt., 7:1040; 8:351, 1029 
Fuller, , clerk, 5:505 

Puller, Peeke, capt., 4:879; 5:300 
Fuller, Samuel, 10:662 

Claus housebuilding account (March-April, 1763), 13:303-307 
Johnson Hall plan, 13:282-83, 285-86 

account (May, 1763), 13:15-17 

contract (Feb., 1763), 13:283 

journal (May, 1763), 13:307-15 
Fullerton, I>avid, Eogers and, 12:439, 441, 442-43, 444, 449-50, 492, 613 
Fulsham, , capt., 13:51 

Funda, Jellis, see Fonda, Jelles 
Funday, see Fonda, Jelles 

Fundy (Fonda, Funda), Bay of, 1:446, 681; 5:576 
Fur: 

Albany trade regulations (1743), 1:19 

arincalle, 12:400 

bear, 1:98, 229, 230, 235, 337, 346, 372, 376; 8:121, 138, 239, 271; 10:93, 

176; 12:397, 398, 661, 708 

blankets, 2:619 

coats, 2:603 

for gun-covers, 2:619 

hunting grounds, 6:433 

for mattresses, 2:619 

prices, 1:48, 183; 8:380; 9:121; 13:233 
beaver, 1:50, 66, 98, 171, 194, 229, 230, 235, 275, 290, 336, 346, 347; 

4:686; 10:246, 971; 11:1 

blankets, 11:271; 12:559, 560; 13:243 

Canadian hunting of, 3:363 

Canadian quality, 13:196 

castorum, 12:708 

Cherokee hunting grounds, 6:433 

commodity price standard in terms of, 11:284 

Detroit trade (1767), 12:398, 399, 400 

Fort Pitt trade (1767), 12:397 

French prices for, 3:523 

"illicit" beaver hats, 4:407 

Iroquois hunting grounds, 1:850; 2:230, 233; 13:40, 684 

Kelly's trade in, 2:463 

Niagara trade (1768), 12:661, 708 

prices (1746-49), 1:48, 58, 127-28, 181, 183, 250 

prices (1750-59), 1:259, 287, 292; 9:121, 911, 929; 10:39, 71, 93 

prices (1760-74), 4:894-95; 10:389-91; 12:910; 13:219, 320-21 

as quit-rent, 7:203, 718; 8:992, 1010, 1051; 12:392, 725, 740, 754 

sloop transport wrecked (1771), 8:139 

traps, 11:361; 13:648, 649 

Wade and Keiuser trade, 7:740, 756, 778, 822, 941, 1019; 8:3, 63, 120, 
129, 130, 144-45, 149, 155, 224, 239, 241, 271, 280, 324-25, 355, 379 
380, 498, 826; 12:910-11 

white, 6:235 
buffalo, 6:326, 433; 10:176; 12:399; 13:656, 657 
Canadian, 1:552, 554, 577; 2:53; 4:226 

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Chenussio trade, 9:380 

civilization of Indians and, 7:597-98, 600 

commodity price regulations in terms of, 3:531-35; 4:489-91, 893-96; 10:389- 

91: 11:284, 990-93 
deerskin, 1:16, 128, 259; 2:463; 5:348; 6:433; 7:729; 8:144, 239, 325; 
9:599; 12:64, 398 

in Adems accounts (1769-73), 13:550, 552, 553, 587, 605, 614 
for breeches, 8:145-46 
Fonda purchases (1768), 6:83-84, 600 
dressing of, 7:230; 10:176 
for house-lining, 7:1018 
for Indian shoes, 3:165, 176 

prices, 1:38, 48, 181; 4:894, 895; 5:348; 10:389-91, 769 
Wyaloosing gift, 11:92 
Detroit French trade, 13:203 

Detroit petition on limitation of trade (1767), 5:808, 810, 828 
Detroit stores, 3:316, 317 
Detroit trade report (1767), 12:398-400 
elk, 12:397,400, 661, 708 
English imports, 1:48-49; 7:428 
estimate of trade (1764), 4:556-59 

fisher, 1:49; 8:121, 129, 144, 355, 380; 12:397, 398, 661, 708 
Fort Johnson trade, 2:843; 3:258 
Fort Pitt trade report (1767), 12:397 
Fort Stanwix Congress trading, 12:62 
fox, 1:48; 8:129, 380; 10:314; 12:64, 397, 399, 661, 708 
French South Sea Company, 3:362 
Hudson Bay Company trade (1770), 7:953-54 
Illinois trade, 4:889; 5:38, 321, 322 
in Johnson Hall inventory (1774), 13:655, 656, 657 
Johnson trade, 1:31, 37; 13:1 

leather, 1:230, 250, 287, 290, 309; 8:40-41, 324; 9:121 
Liotard and Godin account of sales, 4:794 
marten, 1:48, 50, 370; 4:894, 895; 7:729, 756; 8:120, 129, 144, 239, 324, 

355, 380; 9:83; 10:389-91; 12:397, 399, 661, 708; 13:552, 603, 604 
Michilimackinac trade, 3:544; 4:789-90; 6:44-58; 13:451 
mink, 1:16, 49; 4:895; 8:121, 129, 144, 239; 12:399, 708 
Mississippi trade and colonization plans, 8:249 
Montreal trade, 3:403 
muskrat, 1:16, 49; 4:894, 895; 7:729, 756; 8:121, 129, 144, 239, 324, 355, 

380; 10:389-91 ; 12:398, 708 
New Orleans trade, 5:368, 522, 524, 564, 736, 808, 810, 828; 6:194; 12:226; 

13:411, 412 
Niagara and Oswego trade regulations, 3:463; 5:143-44, 495-96 
Niagara trade reports (1768-69), 12:660-61, 708 
Oswegatchie trade (1757), 9:696, 699 
otter, 1:48; 4:686; 7:756; 8:63, 120, 129, 144, 145, 155, 239, 324, 355, 379, 

380; 12:64, 397, 398, 661, 708, 910; 13:187 
panther, 12:397 (See also Fur, wildcat, infra) 
piirclimont, 12:400 

Pond murder and stolen pelts, 8:660, 674, 791, 796-97 
price mainlonnnro H770), 7:953 
raccoon, 1:48, 230, 287; 4:686, 894, 895; 5:348; 7:756; 8:121, 129, 239, 

324, 355, 380; 10:389-91; 12:64, 397, 400, 661, 708; 13:320-21 
Seneca indemnities for robbery of Frenchmen (1773), 8:1048-49, 1095, 1167, 

1175-76; 12:1020, 1036-37, 1054-55, 1110; 13:666 
Smallman account of trade (1763) losses in, 12:63-64 
squirrel, 1:370; 9:83 
taxation of French trade, 6:21 
Toronto traders' pass, 3:754-55 

trade limitation to outposts, 5:520-24, 653-59; 11:23; 12:180, 188 
trading houses near Indian forts, 2:410 

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Index 

Fur, 

transport risks, 12:410 

Van Schaack, Cole and Campbell agreement (1765), 4:625-26 
transactions, 4:686-87; 5:290-93 

Vealars' account of sales, 4 : 795-96 

Wetherhead trade, 5:290, 291, 292; 7:1 

wildcat, 1:48; 4:686; 8:121, 129, 239; 12:64, 397, 398, 399, 661, 708 

wolf, 1:49; 8:121, 129; 12:397, 399, 708 
Furey (Furry, Fury), Michael, 3:267, 298, 96S; 13:362 

Crump and, 4:217 

English voyage of, 4:216-17, 254 

jailed in New York, 4:49 

Perm (Thomas) and, 4:122; 11:125 
Furness, , 4:668 

Furnis, ,3:929 

Fumis, James, 2:481, 483 
Furniture, see Household articles 
Fute, see Tute 

Fyns, James, see Phyn, James 
Gabbet, Jos., lieut. col., 7:68 
Gabriel (Delaware), 10:539 
Gaesbeek, Abraham, col., 1:15; 9:56 
Gagawariuna, 4 : 65 
Gage, Lord, 12:33; 13:39 
Gage, John Lewis, ensign, capt., 4:251 

at Chippewa protest against Great Lakes vessel (1769), 6:716 

death (1770), 7:896 

at Detroit trade fraud court of inquiry, 12:216-17 

gift of pistols, 5:817 

naval appointment (1763), 4:238-39, 259-60; 10:906, 919-20, 937-38 

sailing (1764), 11:70 
Gage, Thomas, brig, gen., maj. gen., lieut. gen.: 

Adair and, 6:531, 723 

at Albany Council of War (1756), 9:483, 4S7 

Amherst accounts and, 11:193 

Amherst campaign plans (1760), 3:202-203 

Augusta County murders (1765), 11:763, 785, 798-99 

autograph, 3:xiii 

Blasius and, 4:325; 11:36 

on Boston riots, 6:434; 8:ix 

at Braddock's defeat, 8:1067 

Burton commission (1764), 11:390 

Caghnawaga abuse (1761), 3:349, 376, 381, 383, 384, 387, 394; 10:281 

Caghnawaga-Jesuit land dispute (Cartier grant), 3:748; 4:136; 5:45-46, 66, 
90, 91; 10:372-74, 376-79, 804-805, 806, 844; 12:32-33, 37-39, 48, 61-62, 
67 

Campbell agency for Canadian Indian Affairs (1774), 12:1114, 13:646, 
691, 698 

Canadian arms stores and, 6:540; 10:334; 12:662 

Canadian Indian fears of English legal procedures (1774), 13:675, 679-80 

Canadian Indian presents (1761-63), 3:332-33, 403, 547; 4:192, 200; 10:307 

Oarleton and, 5:552, 563-64, 573, 676-77; 6:185; 7:221-22, 257, 264, 654, 
705 

on Chenussio revolt throats (1764), 4:508; 11:110 

on Cherokee-Iroquois alliance (1770), 7:993, 1016, 1053, 1076; 8:142-43; 
12:813, 822, 8S1 

Cherokee-Iroquois peace negotiations (1767), 5:540, 548, 552, 739 

Johnson Hall arrival of deputies, 6:2, 7, 32, 69n; 12:393, 394, 406, 415 
Treaty, 6:149-50, 176, 184, 198; 12:460, 469-71, 478 

on Cherokees at Onondaga Council (1769), 7:490-91 

Cherokee recruitment (1764), 11:244 

Cherokee-Virginia hostilities (1765), 4:755-56 

Cherokee- Virginia hostilities (1769), 7:225, 263 

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Chippewa-Iroquois relations and, 7:715-16; 11:797, 813, 893, 976; 12:21, 

34, 295, 308, 322, 359-60, 372 
Claus leave request (1761-62) and, 3:553, 629, 637; 10:334 
Cole accounts : 

(1767), 5:748-55: 12:280, 292 

(1768), 6:176-77, 187, 199, 207, 215-16, 229, 230, 312, 332; 12:471, 478, 
495-96, 513-14, 583-84 
as commander in chief, 4:237-38, 284, 381, 383, 392, 395; 10:986-87; 
11:103, 138, 145 

appointment, 4:613, 623, 626; 10:926», 934; 11:500, 517 
recall considered (1770), 7:417-18 
Conestoga and Wyaloosing protection (1764), 4:306, 310, 320, 327, 328, 

357-58, 366, 368, 377, 391; ll:2n, 97, 104 
congratulatory address from Montreal traders, 3:606 
copper prospectors and, 6:450-51, 524, 565; 7:909; 8:122-24; 12:662-63, 

682-83, 859-62, 872 
Cox & Drummond bill, 8:578 

Cresap murders (1774) and, 12:1102, 1114-17; 13:666 

Croghan expedition (1765) and, 4:643, 646-47, 665-66, 704-705, 777, 778-80, 
799-800, 816, 828, 830, 852; 11:509, 536, 541, 545, 560-61, 569-70, 604, 
629, 633, 647, 804, 813-14, 831, 833-34, 843, 850-51, 861, 877, 880, 882-83, 
892-93, 904-905, 915, 928, 930, 940, 954 
Fort Pitt conference, 4:785-86; 11:516-17, 724, 725, 726, 730, 731, 732, 

y>v 7 •'5 - "5 1 
Paxtoner attack, 4:717-18, 721, 731-33, 735, 738, 739, 770; 11:664-65, 

785, 798, 844 
return, 4:854, 859, 861; 11:958, 967-70; 12:16, 22-23 
Croghan expedition (1766) and, 5:19, 80, 91, 119-20, 146, 155, 187, 196, 
201, 216, 225-26, 307, 396, 462, 469; 12:16, 18-19, 23, 28, 34, 40, 48-49, 
74, 111, 238-39; 13:406, 415n 
on Croghan expenses: (1764), 11:36 

(1765), 4:702-703, 705, 707, 712-15, 717-18, 721, 732-33, 735, 738, 767, 
770, 778-79, 799, 873; 5:75-76, 78-79, 93-94, 155, 196, 225, 243, 333; 
ll:543?i, 576, 5S0, 626, 634, 687, 712, 718, 844, 959, 968 
(1766), 5:225-26, 243, 307, 386-87, 396, 536; 12:16, 68, 79, 149, 207, 

239, 265-66; 13:387-90 
(1767), 5:468, 474, 501, 525, 590, 601 
(1768), 6:83, 86-87, 312, 314-15, 331-32 
(1769), 7:284, 298 

(1770), 7:487, 526, 568, 653, 668-69, 856, 872, 911; 12:814 
( 1771), 8:70, 111, 259, 262, 286, 320, 344, 350 
( poghan visit (1769), 7:314 
daughter's birth (1773), 8:906, 913 
Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace negotiations (1765) : 

deputies and hostages, 4:646-47, 649-50, 6.11, 664-65, 667, 699, 710, 718- 

19, 722-23, 731, 733, 736, 739-40; 11:499, 519, 540, 544-45, 552, .-.en, 

624-25 750-51 755 

terms, 4:743-44, 755; 11:496 97, 516-17, 570, 604, 664, 688-89, 701-702, 

713, 718, 748, 763, 798, 804, 861, 869 

Detroit attack threats (1765-69) and, 6:776; 7:28; 11:763, S62, NS2, !>M-S2, 

989; 12:227-28, 367, 722-2::, 726, 711 
Detroit- French tracers and, 4:1^7; 5:. ".79 
on Detroit land grants (1771), 8:202, 224, 232-33 
Detroit murders: 

(1765), 11:982-83, 988, 989 

(1766), 5:159-61, 224, 243, 271-72, 302; 12:115, 307-308 
(1767), 5:563, 573, 659; 6:434; 12:307 3ns, 322, 323, 335 36, 366 
(1768), 12:486-87, 507-508, 517-18, 544 
Detroit siege peace negotiations, 4:284, 302, 310, 409, 447, 482-83, -1 s 1 
508-509, 518-19, 521-22; 10:606; 11:11, 115-16, 117, 13S, 140, 145, 150 
on Bradstreei treaties, 4:521-22, 5l'4-26. r>:;n, 534 3<;, ;,3s ,",<i, 515 i<; nis, 
549n, 550-51, 570, 575, 583, 605(106; ll:156n, 333, 343-44, 365, 

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Index 

Gage, Thomas, 

376, 383-84, 391-96, 402-403, 443, 471-73, 492-95, 496 
Canadian Indian messages, 4:335; 13:229 
Canestio expedition, 4:325, 329, 349, 351-52, 354, 369, 377-78; 11:36, 

128-29 131-33 162 
Iroquois military 'use in, 4:302-303, 314, 329, 347-49, 389, 424, 481-82, 

519, 551; 11:176, 214, 247 
punishment expeditions against Delawares and Shawnees, 4:382, 389-92, 
399, 402-403, 424, 433-34, 453, 462, 509, 510, 575, 612-13, 624; 
11:194-95, 210, 246-47 
Seneca punishment issue, 4:252, 272, 278-79, 291-92, 294-95, 303-304, 
308-309, 318-19, 330, 335, 348, 357, 389, 401-402, 578; 10:966-67, 
968, 973-74, 990; 11:26-27, 57-58, 117, 150 
terms, 4:291-93, 330-32, 334-35, 354-55, 367-68, 377, 389, 425, 502; 

11:153, 154-57, 163-64, 215, 221-22 
(See also Gage, Thomas, Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace negotiations 
(1765), supra; and see Gage, Thomas, Niagara Congress (1764), 
infra) 
Detroit siege renewal (1764), 4:403-404, 408-409, 423-24, 433; 11:167-68, 

173, 174, 194, 200 
English goods orders (1769-70), 7:188-89, 208, 655, 789; 12:814, 822 
forcible settlement and, 5:698; 6:23, 652, 708-709; 12:130, 142, 234, 407 
legal procedures in removing settlers and, 6:85-86, 143, 176, 692; 12:415, 

494, 510, 709-10, 715 
Redstone Creek and Cheat River, 5:375, 535, 548, 574, 590, 818; 11:834; 
12:111-12, 133, 296, 308, 336, 367, 377, 379-80; 13:446 
Fort Chartres occupation and, 4:625-26; 5:33; 11:497, 498 (See also Gage, 
Thomas, Croghan expedition (1765), supra, and see Gage, Thomas, Stir- 
ling expedition, infra) 
Fort Chartres provisioning problem (1767) and, 5:468; 12:253-55 
Fort Pitt disbursement list (1768), 12:928 
Fort Pitt murders (1766), 12:115-16, 130, 133-34, 142 
Fort Schlosser accidental firing (1764) on Indians, 11:245-46 
Fort Stanwix Congress: 

English ratification, 6:652, 691-92, 708-709; 7:65-66; 12:715, 717 
plans, 5:770, 785; 6:23, 205-207, 211-12, 308, 333, 354, 363, 394-95, 423- 

24; 12:476-78, 488-89, 490, 500-502, 543, 545, 587-88, 599-601 
provisions, 6:436-37, 524, 540, 569-70, 742-43; 8:617-18, 635-36, 641, 
660-61, 662, 780-81, 794-95, 813, 987-88; 12:605-606, 636, 672, 676-79, 
718, 726 
treaty, 6:453-54, 467, 490, 513-14, 524, 568, 583-84, 632; 7:705; 8:143n; 
12:635-36, 652, 662, 673-75, 681, 709 
on Fort William Henry attack (1757), 2:884; 9:666 
Francis (Turbutt) and, 8:292-93 

French complaints of Detroit garrison injustices, 12:969 
French complaints of Indian molestation, 8:190, 779; 12:547 
on French Indian land claims, 5:155; 12:67, 73-74 (See also Gage. 

Caghnawaga- Jesuit land dispute, supra) 
on French-Indian relations, 5:660; 6:394, 437, 509-10, 564-65, 601-602, 
630-31; 7:29, 65, 98, 150, 212, 221, 256-57, 263; 8:190, 202, 252, 319, 
418, 480 

Detroit siege, 11:216-17 
Wabash unrest (1773), 8:779, 799 

war belt circulation (1772), 8:501-502, 551, 561-62, 587, 592, 638-39 
French settler and trader removal attempts, 5:573, 660; 6:437, 467, 509-10- 
8:252, 285, 319, 417, 441-43, 663, 688, 749, 799; 12:501, 509, 517-18, 
587, 606-607, 673, 942-43; 13:691-92, 698 
Gage (John Lewis) and, 4:238-39, 251, 259; 10:937-38 
Galland and, 5:659; 6:515; 12:328, 335 
George III and, 5 :448 

Gorham and, 5:493, 504, 535, 818; 6:322, 524, 540; 7:106 
Hervey and, 4:131, 133 
Hillsborough and, 6:438w, 450-51, 524, 540, 568, 631-32; 7:65, 158, 189, 

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332* 8:337 
Illinois' colonization proposal, 5:197, 199, 475; 12:108, 415, 429, 465 
Indian Affairs policy (1763), 4:272, 278-SO, 284; 10:944, 953-54, 974, 

990-91 

(1764), 4:287, 290-93, 302-305, 307-10, 314-15, 318-20, 325. 328-35, 
354-56, 401-402, 424, 433, 445, 454; 11:326-27, 365-66, 520-21 

(1765), 11:571-73, 830, 890-93, 905 

(1768), 6:433-34 

(1769), 7:150-51, 163, 295, 319 

(1770), 7:328, 332, 540, 542, 607, 992-93, 994; 12:769-70 

(1771), 7:1121; 8:225, 233-34, 252-53, 337, 343, 348-49, 373-74; 12:881 

(1772), 8:638-40 
Indian Affairs reorganization plan and, 4:784-85, 798-99, 814-16, 825-28, 

829-31, 837; 5:448; 11:383, 393-94, 537, 540-41, 570, 626-27, 803, 830-31, 

890-92, 910; 12:16, 18, 23, 152, 159, 206, 377, 379 
Indian Affairs Superintendency (See Gage, Johnson (Guy) and, infra) 
Indian boundary line and, 4:643; 5:851; 6:23, 76, 119; 7:375; 11:603; 

12:366-67 

Crown purchase proposals, 6:137-3S, 147-48, 1S4-85; 12:459, 465-67, 
520-21 

land specifications, 11:713-14, 748; 12:519-22, 674 

provincial ratifications, 6:200-201, 279-80, 313; 11:572-73; 12:295, 322, 
405, 476-77, 493-94, 546, 587-88 

violations, 12:376-77, 674-75, 709-10, 715; 13:641 

Virginia-Cherokee boundary, 7:160, 225, 263, 1077; 8:142-43; 12:709, 
715, 717, 746-47 

(See also Gage, Fort Stanwix Congress, supra) 
Indian famine (1760) and, 3:218, 219 

(1769) and, 6:709, 742; 7:14 
Indian medals and: 

(1764), 4:437, 447, 453, 482; 11:244 

(1766), 5:20, 33, 163, 187, 303, 333, 346, 376; 12:16-17, 23-24, 34, 70, 
117, 132, 134-35, 143, 149, 153, 180 
Indian spy suspect and, 3:22 
on Indian warfare methods, 13:188 

on interpreters and smiths for Niagara (1768), 6:454-55 
Iroquois-Canadian Indian-Cherokee Congress (1770) and, 7:294-95, 319, 343, 

361-62, 376-77, 789-90, 796-97; 12:849-52 
Iroquois conference with Johnson (1773) and, 8:753, 763-64, 778-79 
Iroquois-French plot rumors (1762), 3:747; 10:385, 398, 399, 407, 423, 

425, 453-54 
Iroquois land claims by conquest, 8:640; 12:994-95 
Iroquois Virginia depredations (1763), 10:926, 942-43 
Jere murder and, 2:534; 9:495; 13:89 
Johnson Hall defense, 4:396 
Johnson (Guy) and, 7:1066; 8:281, 710, 714; 11:537, 544, 545, 560, 56], 

953 

half pay, 11:366 

Indian Affairs dual-Superintendency proposal of Claus, 13:643-46, 672- 
7.",, 727-28 

Indian Affairs Superintendency recommendation, 8:1130, 1185, 1187, 
1188, 1192, 1194; 12:1101-1102, 1123; 13:637, 640, 642, 668, 669, 
674-75, 678, 687, 688, 690, 697, 728, 733 

military land grant, 11:131 
Johnson (John) and, 4:332-33, 346, 356, 410; 8:281; 11:954, 967; 12:33, 

35, 40 
Johnson's terms of settlement grants, 4:644 

on Johnson's death, 8:1185, 1188; 12:1121-24; 13:637, 640, 668 
Joncaire trading permit appeals, 5:575; 6:418, 420, 421; 11:870; 12:326 

327, 330 
Joncaire warnings of Indian unrest, 6:250; 12:522-23, 527 
Jones (David) and, 8:619 

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Index 

Gage, Thomas, 

Kayaderosseras and, 4:700, 722, 739; 11:625-26, 712, 714, 742-43, 748; 

12:367-68, 379, 415, 588 
King (Thomas) Southern Indian embassy (1770-71), 7:1117, 1121, 1153; 

8:35-36, 46. 160, 190, 202, 220, 259, 260-62, 278-79, 318, 343, 349, 418; 

12:890 
at Lake George (1755), 2:248, 250; 9:286 
land purchases, 5:187-88, 198-200, 267, 287, 288, 399; 6:75, 120; 8:754; 

11:5; 12:106, 204, 637, 753; 13:523, 525 
on land surrounding forts, 4:355, 368, 425-26 
Lieutenant-Generalcy, 7:911 
liquor trade and, 3:664-65, 679, 942-43, 961, 962, 969, 976, 979; 7:1016, 

1117-18, 1054, 1077; 8:285-86, 319-20, 344, 562, 635, 641, 660, 693-94; 

11:190, 717 
Lottridge and, 3:292, 322; 10:926 
Macleod on account payment of, 7:236-37 
mail forwarding request (1771), 8:289; 12:887, 890 
Maisonville maligned to, 8:668, 670 
Massachusetts governorship, 8:1115, 1160-61, 1164, 1179; 12:1101, 1107, 

1108, 1113 
mathematicians' passes, 6:645 

Miamis and, 4:596, 770, 816; 11:784, 795, 797-98, 803, 833-34, S50-51 
Michilimackinac Indian politics (1771) and, 8:117-18 
on military salaries, 3:221-22, 352 

on Mississippi trade, 4:568-69; 5:474, 475, 486, 4S9; 6:394; 12:44-45, 226 
New York City visit (176S), 6:484, 501-502, 504 
New York governorship and, 7:402 
Niagara bell request (1768), 6:83, 87 
Niagara campaign (1759) command given to, 3:31, 103, 119, 120, 124, 126, 

137, 138; 13:122-23 
Niagara Congress (1764), 4:484, 502, 508-10, 511; 11:13, 324-27, 333-34, 

336-38 

Johnson journey, 11:189-90, 214-15, 221, 242-43, 244, 245 

Mingo circulation of war belts during, 11:391-92, 399-403, 470 
Niagara reinforcements (1763), 10:78S, 803 
Niagara settlement and, 12:44 
Niagara soldier murdered (1770) by Senecas, 7:993-94, 1016, 1053-54, 1076, 

1117, 1125; 12:882, 890 
Nipissing Indians and, 3:362 
on officers' employment of soldiers, 6:548 
Okeyawess (Ottawa chief) and, 7:942, 1118 
Oswegatchie (La Gallette) attack plans (1759) and, 13:123, 124-25, 126, 

127 

decision to abandon, 3:141, 143; 10:126, 129-30; 13:136-37, 139-40, 142, 
143, 144-45, 146, 147, 148, 150, 151, 154-55, 157 
Oswegatchie French fortifications (1760), 3:203, 223-24; 10:142-43 
Oswego arms store payment, 6:64-65 
Oswego attack threats (1760), 3:203, 223-24, 227 
Oswego fortification (1759) and, 13:137, 151, 155 
Oswego siege (1756), 9:436 
Oswego trade opening (1759-60), 13:124, 136 
Ottawa rescuers of Michilimackinac siege survivors, 5:715; 6:547; 10:779- 

86, 787-88, 802, 803-804 
outpost maintenance: 

abandonment proposals, 5:1-5, 30, 33, 49; 11:987; 12:20-21, 36, 62-63, 
65, 131, 149 

disrepair, 5:368 

evacuations, 6:509; 8:588, 593, 671-72; 12:96, 308, 328, 335, 346, 349, 
597, 600, 746 

Green Bay re-establishment requests, 5:363; 12:160 

settler repossession, 12:116, 124, 134, 147-48 
outpost occupation by English, 3:422; 11:174, 200-201 
Panton and, 8:538 

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Sir William Johnson Payers 

on Paris Peace Treaty, 4:255-56 

on Pennsylvania raid (1764), 4:385 

Pennsylvania-Virginia frontier outrages (1765-67), 4:770-71, 780; 5:201, 

216, 225, 542, 574, 851; 6:4 (Sec also Gage, forcible settlement, supra) 
Pittsburgh threat of Indian attack (1760), 3:200, 207 

Pond murders, Saganaw Bay (1772), 8:640, 660, 688, 749, 792; 12:1005 
Pontiac and, 4:284, 292, 334, 403-404, 482-83, 502, 575, 625, 646, 768; 

5:66, 155; 11:246, 249-50, 326, 392, 393, 497, 498, 545, 803, 813, 831-32, 

862 989' 12 - 228 

Detroit conference (1765) of, 5:120, 146; 11:517, 540, 604, 664 

Fort Chartres reported visit (1766), 12:40, 48, 67, 70, 79 

Fort Ontario conference (1766) with Johnson, 5:18, 33, 35, 120, 140, 
332, 346, 362, 376; 12:15-16, 22-23, 28, 40, 67, 79, 116-17, 131, 135, 
142, 152, 159, 160, 180, 206, 213, 229 

murder of Pontiac, 7:70, 108; 12:547 

Pottawatomie hostages, 11:795, 851, 882-83, 940; 12:105 
portrait, 5:30; 10:788 

present disbursement policy (1765), 11:545, 813, 833, 870, 883 
Prevost army reinstatement request (1771), 7:1118; 12:891 
on priests, 3:686; 4:319 
prisoner return to, 4:739-40; 11:812-13, 882 
publication of letters, 6:759 
Quebec surrender (1759) news, 13:154 
Eamsay murders and, 8:495-97, 512, 513, 514, 551, 562, 593-94, 640, 060; 

12:964, 1005 
ranger officers and, 7:631 
regiment of, 2:211; 3:375; 13:228, 232, 233, 248, 249, 250, 252, 253, 259, 

329 
release of captured children (1761) and, 10:248, 285, 287 
retirement of, 4:63 

return to America (1774), 8:1164, 1167 
return to England, 4:254; 6:570-71; 8:710, 712, 737-38, 799, 815, 817, 820, 

821, 823, 906, 913, 1134 
on Revolutionary disputes hinted to Indians (1774), 13:691, 694-95, 698, 

700, 703 
Roberts accounts and, 6:260-61; 7:415-16, 464; 8:112, 134, 135, 136, 137, 

635, 640-41, 660; 12:429, 465 
Roberts law suit and, 7:362, 915, 1014, 1120; 8:134, 439, 616-17, 634-35, 

640-41, 660, 693-97, 752, 778, 1005 
Rogers and: 

arrest and trial, 5:701; 6:34, 208, 259-60, 353, 363, 395, 466-67, 511-12; 
12:377-78, 438, 443, 449, 522, 568, 588, 615, 651, 673 

expenses, 5:667, 693, 818, 819-20; 6:184, 353; 12:465 

Michilimackinac appointment (1766), 5:9, 15, 30, 48, 80, 94, 235, 300- 
301, 677; 12:1-2, 9-10, 17, 21, 34, 100; 13:3S0 

Roberts quarrel, 5:300-301, 770, 851; 7:732-33 

treason susj led, . r ):7.:!i; 6:121, 208; 12:100-101, 104-105, 110-11, 129- 

30, 219-20, 226, 518 
Royal Proclamation (1763) on colonial government, 4:255-56, 272 290, 307- 

308; 10:973 
runaway slave and, 3:361, 382-83; 10:262, 269 
Saint Vincent scalpings and, 6:L!!U 
on sale of commissions, 4:136 
Schenectady roads ;ind, 6:144-45 

Scioto Congress (1770) and, 7:992-93 

Scioto Resident appointment (1772), 12:943 

Seneca hostage release | 1761) requested of, 11:479, 494, 197, 520 

Seneca, murder (1773) of French I'ur traders, 12:1102, L108. 1114. 1116; 

13:666 
Seneca peace treaty | 1764) al Johnson Ball, 11:123, 127-28, 290 
Shawnee sea.lped li'v Mars land soldiers ( 1765), 11 :•", 1(1, 569, 603 
Shawnees murdered on the Ohio (1766), 12:91-92, 115 

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Index 

Gage, Thomas, 

Shuckburgh and, 5:602 

Sinclair's servant murdered, 5:590, 600-601, 613, 659, 698; 6:524-25, 565; 

12:663, 682, 723 
Sinnott Fort Chartres expedition (1765), 12:54 

Spanish-French collaboration, 5:613; 6:540-41, 565, 601-602, 630-31; 7:212, 

221, 256-57, 263, 789; 8:319; 12:227-28, 238, 543-44, 601-603, 652, 663, 

682 

Spanish war prospects (1771-72), 8:35, 57, 60, 71, 75, 111-12, 143, 519, 562 

on the Stamp Act, 4:851-52, 857, 860-61, 878, 879; 5:201, 216; 11:930-31, 

966, 977; 12:15, 100 
Stirling expedition (1765) and, 4:816, 839, 861, 873; 5:35; 11:880, 954; 

12:6 22-23 
Stump murders (1768) and, 6:114-15, 119-20, 149-50; 12:429, 460, 470 
threat of general Indian war: 
(1766), 12:130-31 
(1767), 5:700-701, 785; 12:380 
(1768), 6:91-92, 250, 262-63, 275, 307, 334, 354, 424, 433-34; 12:414-15, 

417, 429, 460, 470, 500-501, 522-23, 543-44 
(1769), 7:15, 28-29, 98, 107, 211-12, 221, 225, 263, 328; 12:722-23, 726, 

744, 769-70 
(1770), 7:525-26, 551-52, 654-55, 722, 817, 852-55, 910-11 
(1771), 7:1131, 1153; 8:9-11, 35-36, 45-46, 57-58, 70, 75-78, 111, 142, 
190, 219-20, 251, 258-62, 277-79, 285, 343, 348-49, 373-74, 405-408, 
418-19 
(1772), 8:501-502, 551-52, 586-87 

(1774), 12:1115, 1116, 1122; 13:641, 667-68, 669-72, 673-74, 675, 676 
77, 679, 680, 681-82, 687, 688-89, 690-91, 693, 699, 700-702, 703 
trade administration by the colonies and, 6:280-81, 313-14, 346-47, 353-54. 
356, 362-63, 479, 584, 602-603, 632-33, 653; 7:14-15, 189; 8:778-79, 799: 
12:525-26, 546, 553-54, 609, 654, 669, 673-74, 710, 720, 743-44 
trade administration under commissary system, 4:643, 647; 5:18-19, 80, 94 
313, 534-35, 547-48; 11:552, 561, 634, 643-44, 665, 718, 803, 830, 879 
940-41; 12:143, 149, 160, 204, 424 {See also specific aspects, e.g., Gage 
Cole accounts, supra) 
trade with Canadian Indians (1760-61), 3:348-49, 381, 395; 10:153 
trade indemnity requests, 4:281, 315, 329, 418, 631-32; 6:540; 10:992-93 
trade limitation to outposts: 

Michilimackinac wintering privileges, 4:870-72, 878; 5:148; 6:185-86, 
198-99; 11:816-17, 879-80, 902-904, 915-17, 927-28, 966; 12:105. 
112, 135 
Scioto exception, 5:307, 346, 399-400; 12:133, 154-55, 165, 181-82, 218. 

235 
violations, 5:469, 475, 523, 525, 534, 536, 552, 563-64, 573, 851; 6:19; 
11:940-41; 12:105-106, 112, 131-32, 142-43, 179, 180, 206, 229, 367, 
517-18 
trade monopoly at Green Bay, 12:7, 19-20, 219 
trade prohibition with enemy Indians (1764), 11:145-46 
traders' passes (1760), 10:191 
(1761), 3:547, 566; 10:322 
(1762), 3:638, 731, 742, 747, 754-55, 756, 793, 811, 885, 969, 976, 979, 

(1763), 4:3, 24, 42, 45, 212, 260; 10:861-62, 864-65, 908 

(1764), 4:353; 11:222, 243 

(1766), 5:344, 346, 386; 12:61, 65-66 
Van Slyck attack (1772), 8:672-73, 749, 764, 779, 818 
Virginian military action (1774) against Shawnees, 8:1185; 13:641, 667-68, 

669, 671, 674, 676, 677, 679, 682, 687, 688-89. 695-96, 698-99 
Wade account (1767) and, 13:425 
wagon-impressment and, 3:226, 230-32, 235 

(1764), 4:297, 301, 315, 356, 364, 370-71, 373, 378, 391, 402, 406, 415, 
423, 431, 438-39, 447-48, 523, 546, 555-56, 583. 612, 617; 11:100-101, 

216 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

129, 164, 171-72, 217-18, 245, 364, 375-76, 384, 470-71, 474, 491, 541- 
42, 626, 627, 681, 702 
(1765), 4:667-68, 699-700, 702-704, 705, 708-709, 720, 737-38, 780, 831, 

837-38, 880; 11:958-59 
(1766), 5:139, 195, 400 

(1767), 5:535-36, 547-48, 660, 678, 796; 12:298, 323, 378 
(1768), 6:19S, 229, 230-31, 233, 326, 459, 519, 524, 532, 541; 12:415, 

423-24, 430, 471, 514, 555, 557n, 588-89, 636, 649n,, 652, 662, 668n 
(1769), 6:641-42, 651; 7:19, 197-98, 206, 225, 237-38, 262-63, 298, 300, 

317, 319; 12:701n, 727, 733k,, 739n, 755n, 763n, 765n 
(1770), 7:343, 385-86, 633, 752, 767-68, 769-70, 778, 794-95, 799, 801, 
872-73, 894, 916, 1017, 1039, 1077, 1146; 12:S06n., 813, 822, 852, 
858n, 870n, 871n 
(1771), 8:46, 67, 80, 111, 282, 287, 295; 12:927n 

(1772), 8:453, 479, 481-82, 492, 507, 620, 628, 636, 717; 12:949?i, 1004n 
(1773), 8:745, 753, 766, 774-75, 778; 12:1022n 
warrants (1774) to Guy Johnson, 13:685, 690, 694, 696, 700 

bills of exchange, 5:386, 392; 7:1091, 1092, 1093-94, 1116-17; 11:717, 
749, 799, 930, 976-78, 986; 12:75-76, 135, 143, 149, 153, 159, 206, 
213, 218, 220, 225, 239 
Treasury retrenchment and, 4:651, 699, 722; 5:313, 386-87, 542; 7:14- 
15; 11:604-605, 626, 651-52, 681, 687, 799, 844, 892, 910; 12:15, 16, 
117, 308, 554-55 
Western Indian request for trade renewal (1763), 10:781, 784-86, 787 
West Florida hostilities against Creeks, 5:493; 8:143 
in Willard regiment (1755), 2:248 
Gage, Mrs. Thomas, 4:67, 6S; 10:191; 12:1124 
Gage, Fort (Illinois), 8:844-45, 886 
Gager, Jonathan, 1:717 
Gagh'swangereris (Tuscarora), 10:66, 643, 645, 801; 11:80-82 

fortification request (1764), 11:160 
Gaghwasaghtancient (Seneca), see Belt, The (Seneca chief) 
Gahuskerowano, condolence for, 9:111, 115 
Gaiasodon, 5:718 
Gaine, Hugh: 

accounts, 7:246, 533 

advertisements for Johnson, 7:1047-48; 8:20, 40 

books ordered from, 6:6S3; 8:1156; 12:977 

autograph, 8:xiv 

Indian prayerbook and, 6:340, 355, 397, 475, 506, 618, 649, 708; 7:152 

land deeds printing, 6:639, 644 

leases printed by, 7:1155; 8:45 

leather sliders ordered from, 7:562 

newspapers of, l:435n, 675, 832n; 3:936; 4:816; 7:375, 671n 

newspapers sent by, 8:863 

New York Assembly Acts, 6:103; 8:ix, 394, 464-65, 709-10, 1125; 12:812, 

959 
stationery orders, 8:910-11 
Wallace and, 8:605 
Gajuketo (Shawnee town), 11:493 
Galbreath, Thomas, 8:471, 716 
Gale, , 6:303, 363 

Gale, Dr. Benjamin, 5:774 

American Indian herbal cures and, 5:760-61; 6:30-32, 164; 12-445-4S 
610-11 
Gale, Levin, 6:256 
Galer, Frederick, 4:146 

Galissoniere, Koland-Miehcl Barrin, Marquis de La, l:239n, 262n: 9-43-44 
Byng and, 2:531, 536, 540 
portrait, 1:213 

prisoner exchange and, 1:101, 213-15; 9:36, 39, 45-46 
Gallagher, William, 12:265 

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Index 

Galland, John, lieut. : 

Fort Stanwix appointment (1767), 5:564; 12:328, 335, 348-49 
Fort Stanwix Congress and, 12:647 

Indian quarrels at Fort Stanwix (1767), 5:613-14, 659, 663, 698 
Indian theft of cattle from, 6:515, 570 
Wall and, 8:105, 140 
Gallenger, Michael, 12:900; 13:563 

name in patents, 3:634; 6:771; 12:787, 818 
Gallitzin, Prince, 7:285 
Gallop, He de, 3:133n, 134, 135 
Gallot, Charles, lieut., 3:991n 
Gallow Island, see La Gallette 
Galloway, Joseph: 
autograph, 6:xii 

Canadian Indian unrest (1768), 12:421-22 
colonial administration of trade and, 6:295-96 
Easton Council (1762) and, 3:773, 774, 775, 799, 846 
election of 1764 and, 4:564 

at Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois Congress (1757), 9:743 
Illinois colonization company and, 5:128, 240-41; 12:101-102, 141, 436 
Indian boundary line and, 5:855; 6:129, 295 
Lancaster Treaty and, 3:827-28 
Pennsylvania condolence present for frontier outrages (1768), 6:107?i, 108, 

123-25, 136, 142, 150-51, 231; 12:435-36, 453, 455-56, 461 
Searson reference (1770), 7:868 
Gallue, , ensign, 3:104 

Galots, Isle aux (Galloo Island) : 

French encampment (1756), 2:563, 564 
French retirement (1759) from Niagara to, 13:140, 142 
LaGalette attack plans (1759) and, 13:145, 150 
Galtrum, Baron of, 1:258 
Gambier, capt., 3:994 
Gamble, , 3:938; 6:75; 7:700 

Gamble (Gambel), Thomas, lieut., capt., 3:309; 11:113 
Gamble, William, 4:737, 882; 5:5; 6:83; 8:675-76; 12:114 
Albany militia and, 5:848-49 
armourer recommendation, 5:580 
clerkship application, 6:786-87 
Fort Stanwix provisions and, 7:444-45 
on Indian medals, 7:703-704 

Masonic activities, 5:552; 6:732, 757; 7:6, 14, 473; 12:714 
Stringer and, 7:411, 436, 444 
Tryon County commissions, 8:409 
Gamelin, capt., 13:115 

Niagara and Detroit Congress (1761) and, 3:460; 13:234, 235, 240, 242, 
243, 245, 248, 249 
Gamelin, Antoine, 5:813 
Gamelin, Eustache, 5:813 
Games and sports: 

backgammon, 13:652, 662 

billiards, 5:82, 103, 119, 157, 210, 270; 8:92; 13:649 
cards, 13:342, 585, 602, 606, 652, 654 
dancing, 12:1013 

deer-hunting by candlelight, 13:210 
duck-shooting, 13:135, 147, 150, 195, 209 
fencing, 12:1013; 13:652 
fishing, 12:826; 13:662, 665 
football, 13:635 
Indian ball games, 13:295, 625 
Ganachquieson, see Canaghquiesa (Oneida chief) 

Ganaghsaroga (Canaseraga, Ganughsaragey, Sullivan in Madison County, New 
York), 1:157»; 2:668, 672-73 

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Johnson Hall Iroquois meetings (Jan.-March 1764), 11:28-31, 33, 80-85, 
141-42 

Niagara Congress delegates (1764), 11:309 

Onondagas at, 9:834; 10:3S, 650 

Eed Head interview with Johnson (1761) at, 3:440 

Seneca plot (1761) and, 13:219-20 

Tuscaroras at, 9:834; 10:587n; 13:219 
Ganeghwaghtai (Indian town), 10:643-44, 646 
Gannes, de, 2:20, 21, 22, 23 

Gansevoort, Harme: 

as Albany town clerk, l:467n; 3:592; 10:120; 13:301n 

Duncan and, 5:395 

Marsh lawsuit and, 3:592, 888, 901-902; 4:34, 40n, 88; 13:301, 327, 373n 

Pawnee slave of, 8:153-54; 12:909-10 
Gansevoort, Leonard, 8:949«, 955, 976, 1014, 1015, 1036n; 12:57S, 936, 984 
Gansevoort, Peter, 8:534 

Ganughsadeagah (Onondaga sachem), 1:156; 11:158; 12:1101 
Ganughsawaghte (Indian town), 12:735 
Ganughsharaga Creek, 4:578; 11:398; 12:365, 368-72 
Ganussaraquedra (Chenussio chief), 11:185 
Ganyestaageh (Ganuskagy), see Perrysberg 
Garagohe (Aughquisasne chief), 7:922, 923 
Garahuskaragey, 13:230 
Gardener, (tanner), 8:715 

Gardenier, Direk, 7:419; 13:639 
Gardenier, Johannis I., 7:422 
Gardening, 4:36, 49, 78, 87, 123, 642; 7:563, 570; 11:695; 12:781 

American methods, 13:186 

beans, 7:1059-60 

British taste for, 4:856 

beets, 3:628 

broom, 7:242 

carnations, 6:169 

cassia, 6 : 704 

ccanothus linnei, 12:611 

celastus incrmis, 12:611 

centaurium minus, 6:705 

Claus and John Johnson plantation, 4:697 

currants, 7:1059 

English imports from America, 6:339; 8:196-97; 13:97 

flax seed, 1 :.'!12 

French clover, 4 :328; 11:71 

fruit trees, 3:950; 4: 104; 6:688, 731, 767-68; 7:610-11; 8:80, 87, 96 
cherry, 6: 6! mi 
crab apple, 7: L059 

Johnson Ball inventory (1774), 13:661 
mulberry, -1 :888; 5:321 ; 8:184 
plum, 6:690; 7: in;,!) 
pear, 6:690; 7:1059 
quince, 4:31 ; 7: L059 

geum, 12:611 

grape vines, 3:396; 5:321 

grass, 4 :29, 657; 7:524, 61 1. L059; 8:68, 80 107 

herb, 3:919; 6:705; 7:1059; 12: I 16 17. 610 11 

holly, 4:45 

horn flower, 4:855 

laurel, 4 :45 

magnolias, 6:359-60 

mandrake specimens, 5 : 17.'! 

maple trees, 13:97 

melons, 3:628, 901, 918; 4:849 

myrtle, 4 :45 

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Index 

Gardening, 

peanuts, 7:645 

peony, 13:244 

periwinkle, 7:1059 

radishes, 13:212 

ranunculus, 12:611; 13:632 

roses, 8:691 

rubus caule aculcato, 12:611 

sarsaparilla, 13:97 

scammony, 6:704 

seeds importation: 

Canadian, 3:566, 574; 10:282 
from England, 4:720; 6:704 
from Ohio, 10:150 

snake root, 13:97 

squash, 7:1060 

strawberry, 7:1059 

summer houses, 13:243 

white pine, 13:97 

willows, 6:688, 731, 767-68 

See also Agriculture; Food; Wood 
Gardenyer, Martin, 8:333 
Gardineer, Abraham, 1:188 

Gardineer, Nicholaus, 2:575; 7:32; 13:514, 515 
Gardineer, Samuel, 2:179; 3:161, 288; 9:257; 13:506 
Gardiner, (Counsellor), 4:430 

Gardiner, , col, 7:524, 610; 8:880 

Gardiner, John, 7:462 
Gardiner, Valentine, capt. : 

Niagara reinforcements (1763), 4:182-83, 187; 10:803, 962 
Gardinier (Gardenier), Andreas (Andris), 7:422; 9:656 
Gardinier, Jacob, 1:729; 7:422 
Gardinier, Petrus, 7:419 

Gardner, Susquehannah Company and, 10:532 
Gardner, George, 1:881 
Gardner, John, 1:716; 9:273 
Gardner, Matthew, 4:883; 11:972, 982-83, 989 
Garistagee (Seneca), 9:739 
Garland, (vessel), 4:9 
Garlock, Christian, ensign, 3 : 288 
Garlock, Philip, 5:541; 10:487 

Garlough (Garlick), Adam, 4:657; 7:352, 663; 11:612; 13:557 
Garoge, Creek, 12:1068 
Garret, Hannah, 4:155, 159 
Garrill, John, 7:901, 918 
Garrish, Thomas, 3:300 
Garrison, capt., 1:848 
Garrison, Frederick, 3:154 
Garritse, , 2:477 

Garritson, Martin (Mark), capt., 3:298, 320, 734 
Garughigoagh, 5:719 
Gasgughsagey, 4:500 
Gaspe, Bay of, 3:438 

Gasper, , carpenter, on Johnson Hall work, 12:308-14pam'm 

Gaspereau, Baye Verte, l:676n 
Gates, capt., 9:550; 13:178 

Gates, sgt., 1:857 
Gates, Horatio, capt., maj.: 

company of, l:712?i; 2:560 

Croghan commended by, 10 : 149 

French attack threats (1758), 10:23-24, 26 

Furry and, 3:267 

Herchheimer liquor trade (1756) and, 2:534-35, 539 

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interpreter for, 9:919-20, 921-22 

major's commission, 3:20n; 10:149n 

Monckton and, 3:291, 293, 302, 323; 4:342 

Oneidas and, 9:917 
Gates, Isaac, 13:53 
Gates, Oliver, 13:53 
Gatskeisah (Seneca), 11:962-63 
Gauchere, , 5:134 

Gaultier, Charles, see Verville, Charles Gaultier de 
Gaustrax (Agaustarax, Kashtesh — Seneca chief) : 
V Amherst remonstrance, 10:682 

belts sent by, 8:259, 318, 407, 408, 638; 13:670 

at Chippewa conference (Johnson Hall, June 1765), 11:770, 782, 813 

death of, 8:17, 191, 213 

Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace treaty and, 11:770 

on Delaware unrest (1766), 5:241, 242 

Fort Stanwix Congress and, 12:621, 626-27, 628 

Joncaire and, 6:417, 419; 12:386-87 

Niagara visit (1766), 5:158-59, 164 

Niagara visit (1767), 5:698, 759 

as Seneca hostage (1765), 4:736w, 743 

Seneca influence of, 11:619, 748-49 

son of, 4:496 
Gautchytayraks (Indian name of Montreal merchant), 10:424 
Gauteire, Andrew, 1:729 
Gauterais, Harpain de la, Sinnott expedition (1765) to Fort Chartres, 4:779; 

11:789, 837, 842-43, 847, 900, 944; 12:54-55 
Gawehe (Degawehe — Tuscarora chief), 13:167 

Christian studies of, 10:220-21 
Gawickie (Oneida chief) see Goweah 
Gawihe (Oneida chief) see Goweah 
Gaylord, Samuel, capt., 2:357, 358, 406, 424 
Gayugeta (Oneida chief), 12:628 
Geeko (Indian chief), 9:342 
Geghtahare (Onondaga sachem), 11:709 
Gehler, Frederick, 4:312 

Genaghquaia (Oneida sachem), death of, 10:76 
General Johnson's Bush, 4:540 
General Wall (vessel), 3:635 
Genesee Senecas, xn Olieniiss'ms 
Geneseo (Chenussio) : 

Canestio expedition and, 4:393 

Couagne visit (1769), 6:750-51 

Delaware council with Senecas at, 2:<'>Sl-82 

Delawares and Shawnees in, 4:127; 6:423; 7:652; 11:206, 235, 236, 358, 
384 

Delawares sheltered (1764 65) at, 11:597, 598, 660, 661, 722 (See also Dela- 
ware, pence negotiations, Chenussio shelter of Squashcutter's party) 

Fort Stanwix Congress and, 12:600 

French fortification plans, 2:680-81 : 13:100 

French Indian Council (1758), 2:837; 9:924, 925, 934, 946, 956 

Iroquois council (1762) at, 3:699, 701, 701, 724 

(1763), 4:64, 67, 71, 75; 10:624-25, 630, 633-34, 649, 653 

Johnson (John) arrival (1764), 11:181 

land, 13:203 

Missisauga murders (1767) at, 12 : :!:'.i; 

Montreal expedition recruitmenl (1760) at, 13:167 168 

Oneida invitation i 1 75s i, 9:921 

Ottawa-Seneca meeting (1764 ) near, 4:495 

Seneca firing on Fort Erie soldiers | L770), 7:944 985 994 L016 

Senecas at, 2:880; 3:793; 4:241 (8e< also Chenussios) 

trade (1766), 13:393, 394n 

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Index 

Gentian root, see Ginseng 

Gentleman's Magazine, The, 1:264, 375; 2:25?i 

on Forts at Oswego, 2:547?i 

price of set (1773), 8:911 
Gentshyogoa, 1:489-90 
George (Delaware), see Delaware George 
George (Koose, Capt. McGuire— Mahican) , 10:183; 13:177 
George (Niyadaziwak — Onondaga), 10:182; 13:178 
George (Seneca Indian), see Seneca George 
George II, king of England, l:53n, 273 

Clinton and, 1:274 

death of, 3:296n, 304, 315, 341, 359, 608; 10:207, 217, 218-19; 13:197 

Delaware land claims inquiry, 3:130, 184, 194, 391, 764, 837-38; 9:751-52; 
10:210-11, 230, 232 

gubernatorial powers and, 7:222 

Indian Affairs superin tendency commission to Johnson, 2:389-90, 434-35, 
484, 508, 557-58; 3:954 

Johnson's baronetcy, 2:343-50; 3:996 

Johnson's memorial (to Clinton) on his unpaid services (1750), 9:72-75 

Mohegan land claims and, 4:460; 11:258, 259, 260, 428 

New York Council appointments (1750), 1:273 

New York Indian land purchase in name of, 11:945-48 

Onondaga Congress commission to convene (1753), 13:26-27 
George III, king of England : 

accession of, 10:207, 217, 218, 219 

allegiance oath, 4:208; 8:653-54 

appeal methods and "King's Prerogative," 11:469, 529; 11:620-21 

Bayard (William) and, 7:400 

Boston Tea Party and, 8:1060, 1115 

Bute and, 7:180 

on Cadwallader Colden, 4:855; 5:661 

Caghnawaga greeting (1766), 12:157, 158 

Canadian Indian lands and, 7:110, 576w; 10:806 

Canajoharie grant, 11:346, 348 

Johnson's memorial (1766), 5:233, 267, 313-14, 842; 6:27, 93-94 
Lords of Trade report (1767), 5:490, 494, 551 
royal grant (1769), 6:735, 769-73; 7:176, 191-92, 203 
Shelburne and, 5:820-21 

Canajoharie land claims, 10:760, 899 

children of, 6:460; 8:204 

Church of England and, 7:585, 589 

on colonial administration of Indian Affairs, 7:1111 

copper interests and, 6:213-15, 242, 245-47, 552, 554, 625, 672; 7:383; 

Delawares and, 3:76l-91passim; 4:18-20 

father's death, 1:331 

frontier outrages and, 12:233-34, 380, 384 

Indian Affairs expenses and, 8:374; 13:732 

Indian Affairs policy of division of confederacies and, 7:540, 541-42 

Indian Affairs reorganization plan (1766) and, 5:447-49; 11:890-91 

Indian boundary line and, 6:66, 492-93, 584; 7:65-66, 82-83; 8:991; 12:379 

Johnson (John) petition (1785), 8:1215 

Johnson's commission as Superintendent of the Six Nations, 3:359 

gubernatorial instructions (to Monckton) on land grant licensing, 3:319-20, 
338-39, 364, 366-67, 425-26, 429, 435, 604, 618, 619, 623, 654-55, 659, 665, 
679-80, 724, 725-26, 737, 739; 10:340-42, 362, 382, 397, 418, 431, 454, 
583, 585, 586 

instructions (1772) to Johnson, 12:965 

Klock and, 8:1160 

at knighting of John Johnson, 5:61-62, 82, 83, 116, 123; 11:9S0; 12:33, 35 

La Naudiere on, 8:211 

land grant prohibition (1772), 8:411 

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land grant size limitation (1764), 11:469 

loyalty rewards (1767), 5:598-99; 12:343 

marriage, 3:536-37, 564, 644 

Mohawk land claims and, 4:856, 858; 11:360, 380, 605-607; 12:248-49, 260, 

533, 534 
naval power and, 8:831 
Nehantie Indians petition to, 5:423-26 
New York Assembly and, 11:703 
New York governorship and, 7:333 

Niagara Congress (1764) references to, 11:282, 283, 302, 312 
Onondaga deputies to, 4:64, 220-21, 260; 10:633-34, 635, 847, 902, 904, 935, 

966, 967 
Parliament and, 3:659; 4:719; 6:460, 560 

speeches on colonial unrest, 6:570, 578, 632, 636; 7:347; 12:808 
political activity: 

(1764), 4:383, 395 
(1770), 7:578, 630, 1001, 1047 
(1771), 7:1111 
Princess Dowager and, 7:1074, 1077; 8:52 

Proclamation (1763) on colonial governments, 4:255-56, 267, 272, 274, 2S9, 
290, 297, 299, 307-308; 10:973, 976-85, 9S8; 11:20, 31, 34, 97, 117, 120; 
11:493, 643; 12:6-7; 13:323 
Proclamation (1774) forbidding unauthorized survey or patent of Indian 

lands, 8:1074n, 1077, 1136-37 
Rogers and, 7:400, 539 
Spain and, 8:51; 10:420-21 
Stockbridge Indian claims, 10:429, 432 
Susquehanna settlement and, 4:127-29; 10:656, 667-68 
trade loss indemnities, 10:824 

Virginia military movement (1774) against Shawnees, 13:701, 703 
Wabash settler removal order, 8:417, 441, 442-43, 453; 12:942-43 
Wappinger embassy proposal (1766), 12:97-98, 122 
Wilkes and, 7:540 
George, Jacob, 4:376 
George, Joshua, 4:680 
George, Pompce, 4:375 
George, Fort (New York) : 

Carleton capture (1780) of, 7:03Sn 
Clinton orders (1748) from, 1:139, 144 
Executive Councils (1762-63), 10:565, 609 
Executive Council Minutes: 

on Fonda petition (1771), 8:152-53 
on Jessup petition (1771), 8:4-5 
on Totten and Crossfield petition, 8:131-32 
garrison (1769), 6:581 
Iroquois Council (March 1755), 1:454-55 
Klock trial, 3:672-74 

Mohawk Council ( February 17.").",), i : 152 .11 
Burgeon for, 3:278 
George, Fort (Montresor's fort on Lake George), 10:125m 

map, 3:109 
Georgia : 

boundaries, 6:119, 1 17, 184, 979 
Bouquel defense ( 17.".7 ), 9:79.", 
Carolina, Indian hostilities (1761 ) and, 10:209 
Cherokees and, 5:234; 12:99 
< 'reek cessions in, 4 :.".(> I 
Creek murders (177 1) in, 8:1083 

Indian boundary Line and, 12:56. 1:05. 418. 459,466, 473-74 
Senecas and, 9:130 
Spanish in, 3:628 
George, Lake, see Lake George 

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Index 

Geraurd, Peter, 1:725 

Germain, Lord George Sackville, see Sackville, Lord George 

German Flats (Burnetsfield) : 

Bradstreet land purchases near, 12:747 

Butler (John) at, 9:721-22. 726, 773, 774 

in Butler accounts (1761-71), 13:507, 508, 511, 512, 517, 520 

Canadian correspondence (1757), 2:679-80, 692, 707, 709, 723; 9:725-26, 

778,832, 857; 13:95 
Canajoharie patent and, 6:771; 10:249 
Canasadaga raid, 9:446, 448 
Canowaroghare guard from, 4:350, 351, 365, 370 
cattle trade (1746), 1:71 
church building, 12:894 
Crown Point expedition camp at, 1:646, 730-31, 742, 781, 787-88; 2:457; 

9:209 
Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace treaty (1765), 11:595-96, 706, 707 
entrenchment defense work, 9:664, 672-73, 679-80 
Fort Schuyler survey and, 5:668-69 

Fort Stanwix Congress (1768) provisions, 12:545, 617, 667 
Frank (Justice) murder (1761) in, 3:407, 430, 431-32, 433-35, 436-37, 504, 

506; 10:292, 297, 312 
French attack (1757), 2:757, 759-60, 809; 9:853, 854-67; 10:247n, 285; 
13:112 

plan of militia work on fortification, 9:680 
French threats of attack (1746), 3:993 
(1748), 1:136 
(1756), 2:492, 613; 9:406, 410-11, 424, 449-50, 458-59, 460, 462, 46S, 

491, 501, 503-504, 506-507, 508, 532-33, 550, 557-58 
(1757), 2:676, 696, 697-98, 703-704, 707; 9:605-606, 611, 613, 635, 636, 
637, 660-61, 662-63, 664, 665, 668, 670, 672-77, 680-81, 724, 726, 
768-69, 772-73, 776-77, 803-804, 817, 820, 825, 826, 832, 833, 859; 
13:104 
(1758), 2:809, 884, 885; 9:882, 883, 885, 888, 914-15, 933 
Ganeghwaghtai Indian settlement and, 10 : 644, 647 
harvest of 1756, 9:512 
horse thefts (1762), 10:512, 519 
Indian attack alarm (1762), 3:834, 852, 853, 854-56, 859, 933; 10:477-78, 

479, 496; 13:278 
Indian attack threats (1763), 4:170, 175, 177-79, 221; 10:758, 761, 772-73, 

775-76, 795-98, 894-95 
Indian meeting (1765), 4:648; 11:582 
Indian provision stores (1769), 12:690 
Indian raid (1758), 2:835-36, 840, 897 
Iroquois camp on route to Council of 1755, 1:584, 590, 636 
Iroquois-Canadian Indian-Cherokee Congress (July, 1770), 7:799, 817-18, 
840, 841, 852-55, 871-72, 875, 897n, 907; 8:76; 12:825, 835, 837n, 
849-52 
expenses, 7:832-33, 836-38, 844, 894; 12:802, 803, 852, 856-58, 866-67, 

868; 13:707 
Western Indian embassies sent from, 7:910-11, HIS, 1124; 12:834, 
838-39, 890-91, 893 
Iroquois-Cherokee peace treaty (1768) and, 12:452 
Iroquois conference (1757), 5:507, 552, 556 

Iroquois conference (1763), 4:164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 172-73, 175-77, 194, 
197, 202, 208; 10:725-26, 746-53, 767, 769, 770-71, 831, 835, 837-38 
Johnson report to Amherst on, 10:754-59, 761 
Iroquois conference (Sept. 1763) adjournment to Johnson Hall, 10:789, S01, 

804 ? 828 
Iroquois conference (May, 1767), 12:303, 309-15, 324, 332 
Iroquois conference (Nov., 1771), 12:944 
justice appointments, 3:609, 622; 8:444-45, 468; 12:769 
justice of the peace complaints of maladministration (1772), 8:509-10 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

land patent, 1:330, 674-75,- 3:416-17; 4:657-58, 716, 787, 823 

Johnson deed of partial release (Sept. 1765), 11:933-38 

patent boundaries, 12 : 192 
liquor provision for Indians (1766), 5:233 
Missisauga spies (1757) at, 9:723-24, 726, 775, 776-77 
Mohawk River land survey (1761) and, 3:297, 326, 369, 397, 416-17 
murder of Oneidas (1757) at, 9:796-99, 825, 835-36, 837-38 
New England Indian resettlement (1774) near, 13:683 
Oneida land sales (1766) near, 12:204, 206 
Oneida and Tuscarora conference (1757), 2:748, 789 
Onondaga farming help (1767), 12:287 
Onondaga provisions from, 2:689-90 
Oswegatchie and, 3:245 

Oswego fall (1756) and, 2:548, 549, 553, 554, S36n, 560, 884; 9:518-19, 520 
Oswego road and, 1:108; 2:513-14, 526-27, 533 
Penn (John) and, 6:364; 12:596 

posts between Oswego and, 3:707, 710-11, 792, 871, 882 
prisoner from, 2:672 
Revolutionary sympathy, 8:1202-1203 
roads, 9:486 

scalping raids on, 2:737, 739-40; 9:838, 911, 915; 10:6, 9 
Schuyler at (1757), 9:725, 768, 776 
scouts (1756-57) at, 9:450, 458, 860 
Seneca peace proposals (1764) and, 11:104 
Seneca robbed (1774) at, 13:674, 679 
Seneca visitors (1763-64), 4:228; 10:915-16; 11:16 
storehouse on, 1:579 
trade, 12:210, 211 

closed (May, 1758), 9:910-11, 919, 929; 10:71, 93 

licenses, 8:629 

liquor trade, 2:664; 9:826; 10:478, 483, 489, 496; 12:287; 13:508 

Oneida appeal (1758) for Canadian protection of, 9:S32 

regulation (1758), 2:778; 9:857, 882 

re-opening (1763), 10:834, 844, 894, 915-16; 11:16 
Germans: 

agriculture and, 4:635, 811; 5:73; 8:182-83 

Albany patroon settlers (1758), 10:59 

in Canada, 9:789 

as Church of England missionaries, 6:517-18, 543; 7:516 

Dutch compared with, 13:194, 199 

elections of 1764 and, 4:564 

French and, 2:677, 679-80, 692, 707, 709, 723 

frontier outrages and, 6:86, 94, 176 

in German Flats defense (1757), 2:739-40; 9:676, 684, 725-26. 774. 778. 

857, 861 ' ' 

(1758), 9:919 
German Flats patent boundaries, 12:102 
goods transport at Great Carrying Place and, 6:412 
immigration (1761 ), 3 :428; 10:977n 
Indian-soldier relations, 9:606-607, 670, 684; 10:338 
iron workers, 6:425; 7:1031 

Johnson's tenants, 4:572; 7:395 96; 9:146-47 166 
Klock and, 3:417, 584, 655 
Livingston patenl and, 3:343; 4:116, 117 
Lutheran, 8:44, 59 

military company formed (1754), 1:439 
Mohawk River settlemenl ( 1738), 13:2 
Oneidas and, 3:432; 9:661, 664, 725, 778; 10:796-98 
in Pennsylvania. 4:570 
as prisoners, 2:672, 700; 11:215 
Rathkul, Ireland, 13:161 
in Royal Americans, 10:41vt 

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Index 

Germans, 

Schoharie settlers (1758), 10:59-60, 100; 13:16 

at Stone Arabia, 13:192 

trade with, 1:5, 239, 250 

See also Dutch ; German Flats 
Gerinantown, 7:108n 
Germany : 

education and, 6:518 

English troops in, 3:659 

Franklin (Benjamin) visit (1766), 12:165 

French Flanders and, 8:94 

French troops in, 3:892 

Gordon (Lord Adam) settlers from, 12:251 

Hasenclever labor from, 11:622 

Klock voyage plans (1764), 11:473 

mail to, 3:954-55 

Princess Dowager of Wales in, 7:839; 12:848 

Russian withdrawal (1761) from, 3:564 

woolen trade, 7:429 
Gerock, Eev. John Siegfried, 6:651, 703-704 
Gerrish, capt., 9:286 

Gerritse, Eeyer, 8:958 
S) Gervais, Louis, capt., 13:249, 258 
Gervais, Madelaine Langlois, 13:259« 
Getchy (Seneca chief), 11:884 
Getman, , 1 :363 

Ghettypeneeman (Delaware), 6:559 
Gibbs, (Simsbury schoolmaster), 6:544 

Gibbs, David, 9:281 
Gibraltar, 1:209, 331; 2:531, 532 

Gibson, John, 4:632; 5:382, 385, 752, 753; 11:565, 614 
Gibson, John (carpenter), 13:: ; !04, 305, 315, 316 
Gibson, John (prisoner of the Delawares), 11:436, 488 
Gibson, Martha, 11:566 
Gideon (Mohawk), 8:957; 12:531 

Gidion (Canoghsaronwe — Mohawk) on Montreal expedition, 10:180; 13:174 
Gidion (Thigresa — Mohawk) on Montreal expedition, 10:180; 13:174 
Gienke, Jochim Albrecht (King, Yockem Albright), 3:646 
Gighneota (Canajoharie), 11:984 
Gilbert, , capt., 7:801 

Gilbert, Joseph, 2:244, 252; 9:282; 13:68 
Gilbert, Nathan, lieut., 9:235 

Gilbert, Thomas, lieut. col., 2:239, 252, 278, 315, 353; 9:254 
at Crown Point (1755) Councils of War, 2:39, 47, 55, 70 
Fort Edward command, 9:266, 268-69, 298 
Hoare complaint against, 2:284-85; 9:314, 318 

Loucket arrest and, 2:241; 9:279 
officer promotion list ("undue"), 13:68 
receipt for gun-carriages, 9:279 
regiment of, 2:89, 200, 202; 9:325 
Gilchrist, , capt., 3:89, 90, 104 

Gill, Josh Louis (interpreter), 13:619, 717 
Gilland, , sutler, 13:172 

Gillaway, Bill (Wyaloosing Indian), 11:90-92 
Gilleway, Benjamin, 11:208-209 
Gilliane (Indian), 9:19 

Gilliland, Dr., medicine orders (1758), 13:348 
Gilliland, William: 

justice appointment lists (1770), 12:792 
land purchases of, 4:199, 217; 10:811, 865, 885 86 
New York agency for Johnson, 4:120, 123; 10:673 
Gillion, ,4:802; 7:948 

Gilman, Peter, col. : 

226 



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New Hampshire reinforcements for Crown Point and, 2:213, 251; 9:241. 

273-74 
troop dismissal and, 2:255-56, 272-73; 9:324; 13:66-67 
Gilmor, R., 6:173 
Gilmore, Elizabeth, 11:486 
Gilmore, Elizabeth (Junior), 11:486 
Gilmore, John, 11:485 
Gimniel, Jame, 1:356-57 
Gingiaquasunt (Onondaga sachem), 11:709 
Gingegoe (Mohawk), 1:96, 147, 900; 9:20, 611 
Ginisuran (Mingo), 11:724 
Ginosa, see Shamokin 
Ginsebeck, Jacob, 1:840 

Ginseng, 1:311, 346-47; 4:325, 375, 642; 5:341; 13:126 
Fonda and, 8:276 

Iroquois trade in, 11:963; 12:150-51, 168, 209 
Perthuis trade, 5:400 
Phyn orders, 4:648; 6:84 
prices (1752), 1:372, 373, 376, 385 
prices (1765), 11:581 
transplants, 13:97 
Girardot, , (interpreter), 5:382; 13:395, 399 

Girtman, , Lawyer & Zimmer patent and, 8:1089 

Girty, Simon, (interpreter), 7:186; 8:1013, 1151 
accounts (1767), 12:265 
at Bouquet conferences (1764), 11:436 
at Croghan Fort Pitt conference (May, 1765), 11:724 
as Delaware hostage (1764), 11:459 

at McKee conference on Cresap murders (1774), 12:1100 
at Mingo conference (Johnson Hall, Jan. 1774), 12:1044 
salary, 8:1168 
Gist, (son of Christopher Gist), 13 : 153, 15 1 

Gist, Christopher, capt., 2 : 804, 812; 13:153« 
Giwi (Oneida chief), 13:500 
Gladwin, Henry, maj., lit ut. col.: 

accounts of, 4:81-82, 293, 299, 304-305; 5:422; 11:19 
Bazlie and, 5:765 
biographical sketch, 10:476n 

Bradstreet's Detroit Indian conference (1764) and, 4:601; 11:340, 376 
Clapham murderers and, 4:95-100; 10:520, 690 
commissioned lieutenant colonel, 11:11/* 
Detroit command, 11:513?) 
on Detroit gunsmith, 4 : L81, 438 

Detroit attack threats | 1763). 10:640 n. 659-60, 688 89, 728 
Detroit Indian siege (1763-64), 10:728, 737, 740, 741, 761, 816, 870, 873 
countei attacks against Senecas, 10:856 
courts of inquiry, 10:730 32, 734 36 

Jadean declaration, 10:985-86; 11:217,218-19; 13:317-21 
Jenkins capture, 10:690 '.'I 
Riichilimackinac attack and, 10:691 97 
peace negotiations, 4:278, 318 L9, 334, 354, 367, 374-75, 377, 447; 

10:606, 915; 11:11, 115, 282 
Ottawa conferences, 13:289-90, 292 
reinforcements for, 4:1 IS, 150-51 17::, ls6.87, 213, 293; 10:716-17, 719, 

762, 788, 803, 906 
renewal (1764), 4:403-404, 408, HO, 111, 137; 11:125, 167, 173, 21s 19 
Duncan and, 4 :545 
Etherington and, 4:630 
fever, 3:524, 525 

on French-Indian intrigue (1762), 3:730, 711 12, 711. 717, 751-52, 819; 
4:800-801; 8:561, 1114; 10:380-81, 384-86, 392-93, 394, 399-400, 402- 
403, 405, 406-407, 421-25; 11:869 

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Index 

Gladwin, Henry, 

(1764), 11:229-30, 246 

French rumors of murdered officers (1761) and, 3:414 

French traders and, 3:941; 4:187; 5:521; 10:640-41 

Great Lakes exploration (1761) and, 3:421, 459; 10:293-96, 325 

Hay and, 5:76, 81 

Huron messages (1764), 11:176-80, 191-92, 216, 217, 227-29, 233 

Indian certificates (1764), 11:273, 275, 306, 326, 797 

Johnson's Niagara journey (1761) and, 3:628; 10:295-96; 13:228, 229, 
233, 236, 239, 241, 244, 246, 249, 258 

outpost garrisons (1761), 13:229, 232, 250 

on Pontiac-Villiers interview (1764), 11:226-27 

portrait, 10:380 

possession of Canadian forts, 3:459, 471, 512, 521; 10:295-96, 322 

prisoner return (1764) and, 4:509 

Sandusky Council (1763) and, 10:871, 939 
Glasford, John, 2:577 
Glasgow, Scotland, 7:1156; 12:250 
Glasier (Glazier), Beamsly, capt.: 

accounts, 7:416, 711, 911; 12:755, 872 

charges against (1770), 7:539 

commissions of, 2:122, 334, 449; 9:472-73 

copper mines and, 7:56 

at Crown Point (1755) Councils of War, 2:39, 47, 55, 70, 79, 107, 116, 159, 
198, 212, 250, 312, 319, 335 

Farrall (John) and Company draft, 12:733 

Fort Herkimer command (1757), 9:676 

on French-Spanish collaboration, 6:525, 540-41, 564; 12:663, 682, 6S3 

Indian expenses (1769), 7:298, 319 

interpreter's desertion (1767), 5:806-807 

Johnson on services of, 2:363 

Michilimackinac command (1769), 12:717 

Ottawa visit (1768), 6:348-49 

Peirce court of inquiry and, 9:257-59 

Roberts and, 7:146 

Rogers and, 12:614, 663 

scouts under, 2:424 

smiths' certificates (1769), 12:717 
Glass, Henry, 4:734 
Glass factory, Manheim, 8:183, 185 
Glazier (Gleaser), , col, 3:151; 10:20 

Glazier, see Glasier 
Glen, Cornelius, 4:206, 260 

Albany post application (1767), 12:325 

bills, 6:163 

Groesbeck and, 5:380 

lieutenancy, 4:257, 547; 7:453 

provisions vouchers, 4:221, 254, 584, 605, 629, 663 

Staats account, 7:1038 
Glen, Henry: 

Bradstreet account, 8:987-89; 12:677 

commission, 4:257; 7:457 

fishing net suit, 8:612-13, 677-78; 12:997 

land purchases, 8:226; 12:538; 13:493 

Schenectady clerkship, 5:400 
Glen, Isack, 1:425; 7:1107 

Glen, Jacob, maj., at Kayaderosseras settlement conferences (1768), 12:529, 572 
Glen, Jacob, maj., lieut. col., 2:374, 821 

autograph, 9:xiii 

boats stored (1747) by, 9:6-7; 13:9-10 

Caghnawagas and, 1:55 

Clinton Mohawk conference (1748) and, 1:199 

company returns (1756), 9:402-403 
(1757), 9:782, 867, 873 

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(1759), 10:110 
death (1762), 3:863 

DeLancey draft proclamation (1759), 10:112 
DeLancey order execution (1758), 2:819 
detachment for Albany quota (1756), 2:464 
at Fort Edward (1757), 2:729, 733, 884 
fortification of Little Carrying Place and, 9:137-38 
on Fort William Henry attack (1757), 9:666 
German Flats defense orders (1757), 9:660-61, 663 
Hamilton (James) and, 9:133 
Johnson's military command and, 1 : 122 
Lake George attack threats (1756), 9:535-36 
lieutenant-colonelcy, 1:186, 187; 9:13-14; 13:11-12 
marching orders (1757), 9:783, 867 

(1758), 9:872-73, 877-78, 879, 896-97; 10:33n, 35, 40 
Mohawk conference (1748), 1:199 
Mohawk River attack rumors (1746), 3:993 

(1749) and, 9:54 

(1755), 1:584; 2:33 
Mohawk River land purchase, 3:2S9, 417, 420, 424 
Mohawk Schenectady land claims and, 10:555 
Niagara defense (1758) and, 3:7 
portrait, 13:10 

Schenectady officers' list (1754), 9:138, 140 
Shirley visit (1755), 2:374; 9:214 
Shuckburgh visit (1761), 3:398 
Van Slyck (Adrian) deatli and, 1:173 

wagons for Canadian campaign (1760), 3:219, 226, 231, 232 
Warren introduction of Johnson (1738), 9:1 
Glen, Gov. James, 1:440; 9:05 

Letter to the Six Nations, 1 : 667 
Indian expenses, 2:626, 639 
Onondagas and, 2:401 
purchase of Indian lands, 2:29 
speech to Hagler king of the Catawbas, 1:386-88 
on war among South Carolina Indians, 1:913-14 
Glen, John: 

Assembly election (1747), 1:123 
autograph, 6 : xiii 

Indian Commission (1752) and, 1:383 
Glen, John, ensign, 1:424 
Glen, John, lieut., in Albany militia, 1:246 
Glen, John, Jr., capt., maj., lieut. col.: 
boatbuilding: 

(1761), 10:299 

(1764), 4:423, 437, 441 

(1766), 5:151; 12:113 

(1767), 5:544; 13:470 
boat equipment bill (1769), 6:715-16; 7:983 
boatmen's wages, 6:70 
commission, 7:471n 
Douw and Winne account, 8:54 
election of 1769 and, 6:51)3-94, 599 

expenses for trips to out p. .sis, 3:510, 631, 643, 657, 683; 13:179 
Gain.' and, 7:1155; 8:709 

grenadier commissions (1763), 4:213, 257, 266; 10:940 
Indian conference (1771), 8:15 
Indian payment, 4:64 

justice appointments, 3:750; 4:44; 12:783, 793 
Jessup and, 8:393, 451, 452, 474 
land purchases of, 5:452, 516; 6:417; 8: l 225-26 f 232, 430, 681. 1133- 

12:233, 263, 577, 578, 957, 1071 

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Index 

Glen, John, Jr., capt., maj., lieut., col., 
land sales (1762), 10:418 
light horse company, 4:219; 5:557; 7:457 
at Kayaderosseras settlement conference (1768), 12:529, 572 
Low (Isaac) and, 5:823 
Mohawk conference (1772), 8:556 
Ogilvie and, 2:486 
O'Neal and, 5:563 
Petry widow's lands and, 8:1079 
pigeon shot sale, 5:515 
provision orders: 

for Fort Stanwix Congress (1768), 6:291, 447; 12:607-608 

pork and flour, 4:305, 381, 395, 427, 627, 701, 740; 10:872; 11:511, 6S6 

tents (1764), 4:423, 441 

transport, 4:435, 437, 612, 627, 650, 708, 724, 737, 774; 5:333 

quartering of soldiers, 4:302 

Schenectady liberty pole and, 7:1104 

Schenectady patent and, 8:23, 51, 87, 109, 174 

on soldiers' outfitting, 4:237, 251, 266 

Teller and, 5:429 

Warrensburg lease, 7:474 
Glock, see Klock 

Gloster, Duke of, 7:791, 1074, 1078 

Gloster, in the Eiver St. Marys (Gloster St. Maries), 7:79-92, 908-909; 8:122-28 
Gloucester County, New York, 8:492 
Gloucestershire, England, wool industry, ll:29?i 
Gnadenhutten, Pennsylvania, 2:401, 402; 10:533^ 
Goahee, see Goweah (Oneida chief) 
Godard, Norris, 3:886; 5:312 
Goddard, Henry, capt. lieut., 3:259n; 8:211n 
Goddard, James Stanley: 

accounts (1768), 12:386, 639 

Ainse arrest and, 12:613, 614 

Green Bay trade, 3:756; 10:697m, 698n, 711-13 

Michilimackinac trade petition (July, 1765), 11:S27 

Boberts (Benjamin) and, 5:711, 715ji; 6:319ra, 526, 753, 754; 8:134, 874 

trade indemnities (1763), 10:985 
Goddard, John, 4:6S6?i, 687 
Goddard, William, 6:577; 7:322n 
Goddenough, , capt., 13:51 

Godfrey, maj., 13:50 

Godfroy, Jacques: 

Miami garrison attack (1763) participation, 4:600n, 672, 675; 10:693, 732; 
13:319 

Pontiac escort to Oswego (1766), 5:363; 12:160 
Godin, Giles & Liotard. John, 4 : 794 
Godwin, , capt., 13:626, 632 

Goehquagey Creek, 12:260 
Goelet & Curtenius, 1 : 729 
Goelet, Jacob, 4:596 
Goelet, Peter, 8:775 
Goes, Dirck, 7:419 
Goes, Isaac, 7:360, 533, 672; 12:811 
Goes, Johannis S., 7:422 
Goes, John D., 13:639 
Goes, Lawrence, 7:419, 451; 13:639 
Goes, Lucas T., 13:639 
Goes, Lukas, Jr., 7:422 
Goes, Santys, 7:422 
Goetschius, J. H., 5:526-27 
Gof, William, 1:167, 205, 366; 9:65 
Goff, John, 1:219 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Gohi, 8:407 

Golden, , 8:107 

Golden, see also Colden 

Golden Hill, 7:371ra, 509«, 

Goldfrap, J., 5:177; 13:420 

Goldon, ' ,1:269 

Goldsborough, Robert, 8:812 

Gononey, Thomas, 8:1050 

Gonsalus, Samuell, 5:150-51 

Gooch, Sir William, gen., l:10n, 52, 55, 224n 

Goodenough, Timothy, 13:53 

Goodman, Walter, 4:49 

Goodrich, Elizur, col, 1:717; 2:79 

autograph, 1:1% 

at Council of War, 1:860-61 

regiment of, 1:723, 781, 787, 829, 870-71, S83; 9:237, 273: 13:54 
Goodridge, John, capt., 4:35, 377; 10:613n 
Goodwin, Ephraim, 3:843 
Goose, The (Ouiatanon chief), 12:228 
Goragh (Gorah), Indian title of Sir William Johnson, ll:479n. See also, John 

son, Sir William 
Gordon, Duchess of, 2:516; 6:501, 504, 618-19, 629; 12:713 
Gordon, Duke of, 4:760 
Gordon, (English trader), 7:739 

Gordon, Adam, Lord, 4:832, 844, 855; 5:542, 852; 8:1134 

Arthur (John) and, 7:277, 278 

autograph, 8:2?'!; 

Boston Address to, 4:850 

Canadian visit, 4:754, 783, 811, 825, 829; 11:896, 944; 13:374, 376 

George III and, 5:116 

Gordon (Harry) and, 12:36, 37 

Hasenclever visit, 4:862 

Indian Affairs superintendent appointment (1774) and, 13:727, 729 

invitation to Johnson's son, 4:798, 849, 851, 853, 854, 856; 5:21, 46, 82, 83, 
123, 599; 11:953-54, 964, 965, 980; 12:33, 251-52 

Illinois colonization proposal, 5:197; 12:108 

Johnson Hall visits (1765), 13:374-76 

Johnstown growth (1771), 12:893-94 

Kavaderosseras and, 5:477; 12:248-49 

land purchases, 5:391, 767, 768, 787, 791, 799; 6:2, 337n; 8:195-96, 345, 
493, 537, 689-90, 698, 706, 836, 916; 12:250-51, 894-95; 13:37, 522-28 

marriage, 4:840; 5:767, 770, 788, 799; 6:338; 8:196; 12:713 

Massachusetts governorship, 5:33, 62 

on ministry changes (1767), 12:248-49, 316-17 

missionary recommendations, 5:822; 6:190-92 

Provost commission and, 5:188-89; 12:249-50 

regiment of, 5:103; 6:338; 8:193 

revolutionary activity and, 4:879-80; 5:540; 6:337-38; 12:249, 318 712 
892 

Scottish elections (1768) and, 6:98 

settlement plans, 5:767, 768, 787, 791, 799; 6:76, 191-92, 330, 337; 8:196, 
916; 12:251, 711-12, 1041 

Tucker (Dan.) recommendation, 11:955-56, 978 

Watts (John) and, 4:760, 858; 11:773 
Gordon, Anthony: 

Abenaki- Augh(|iiisasii(! dispute, 7:532, 919-21, 923, 930-32 934-35 

on boat theft, 7:841-43 

Glaus conference (Sept., 1767), 13:430 

at La Chine, 7:958 

trade passes and, 12:151 ; 13:392-94 
Gordon, Caspar, 7:667 
Gordon, Harry, capt., 4:545, 737; 5:559 

on Adam, Lord Gordon, 12:36-37 

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Index 

Gordon, Harry, capt., 

Croghan and, 4:734, 816; 5:228; 12:235; 13:407 

on Fraser delivery to Pontiac, 4:816; 11:881 

land purchases of, 5:559, 612, 658-86 

outpost abandonment proposals (1766), 12:36 

on Stamp Act resistance, 5:48-50, 121-22; 12:35-36 
Gordon, Hugh, lieut., 3:991w 
Gordon, James, 5:339, 400 
Gordon, John (Leith surveyor), 8:197 
Gordon, Patrick, governor of Pennsylvania, ll:463n 
Gordon & Parlow, 5:383, 698 
Gordon, Eobert, 5:538 
Gore, ,6:499 

Goree, Africa, 3:24 
Gorham (Goreham), Joseph, maj., col., 5:493, 525, 564, 565 

accounts, 12:197 

(1767), 5:535, 705, 771, 772, 789, 818, 851-52; 12:379 
(1768), 6:188, 322, 326; 12:475, 557, 641 
(1769), 7:90-91; 12:731 
(1770), 7:816; 12:806 
(1771), 12:908-909 

on Halifax arsenal, 6:524; 12:662 

Hillsborough and, 7:75-76, 90, 105-106, 380 

McAdarn and, 8:697, 800, 884, 897 

in Mortier account, 8:506 

Newfoundland government, 7:540, 629 

New York visit (1768), 12:662, 663, 664 

on Nova Scotia Indians, 5:575-78 

Nova Scotian Deputy appointment, 5:504; 12:195 
commissary surveillance, 12:414; 13:424 
Cunningham as successor (1769), 12:724 
instructions, 5:542; 12:196-97 

return to England, 6:587; 7:90-91, 105-106 

salary, 6:83; 8:39, 121-22, 697, 800; 12:731, 764, 806 

surgeon's account and, 8 : 848 
Gorrell, James, lieut.: 

Albany visit (1763), 4:192 

on Detroit Indians (1762), 10:450, 559 

Fort Edward Augustus command (1761), 3:525; 11:930 

Goddard trade license and, 3 : 756 

Green Bay gift purchase for Amherst, 13:258 

Green Bay journal, 10:697-714 

Indian certificates (1764), 11:275 

interpreters and, 4:123, 383, 643, 851; 5:35, 140 

land holdings, 12:1072 

Mercer & Ramsay and, 4:716, 737, 809, 841; 5:139, 344 

Sioux visitors (1762), 10:546 
Gosbeek, see Gaesbeek 
Goshen, New York, 1:242, 245 
Gospot (vessel), 3:910 
Gottingen, Hanover, 3:892 
Gouchea, (interpreter), 10:712 

Goverenne, Babtiste, in Detroit siege (1763), 13:318 
Governeur's patent, 4:824-25; 7:255-56 
Goweah (Gawickie, Gawihe, Gawehe — Oneida chief), 3:176; 9:69:< 

Bradstreet expedition and, 11:512 

Canadian correspondence (1757), 2:679, 680, 700, 709 

on Canadian provision shortages (1758), 2:791 

death (1766) of, 12:121-22, 124, 126, 139 

Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1762), 10:419 

French threats of attack (1757) and, 9:688, 701, 702 

French threat to Oswego (1756), 9:404, 405 

German Flats alarm (1763) and, 10:794-95 

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Johnson message (1756) sent by, 9:448 

lieutenancy, 2:626 

on Montreal expedition, 10:181; 13:176 

Oswego Iroquois Congress (Aug., 1759), 13:137 

Oswego Iroquois meeting plans (1756), 9:403 

Venango attack (1763) and, 10:767, 768-69 
Gower, Lord, 6:244 
Grace, M., 8:94 
Grace, Mary, 7:330-31 
Grace, Walter, 6:766; 7:420 
Grace (ship), 4:254 
Grafe, Cornelius D., 13:502 
Grafton, Duke of, 5:40, 344; 6:470; 7:839, 1074 

copper interests, 6:626 

Surveyorship of the Woods of America and, 8:433 

Shelburne and, 6:579n 

return to Parliament (1771), 8:52 

retirement, 7:522, 530, 576, 577 

Hasenclever on, 7:427 
Graham, ,4:67 

Graham, , ens., 8:501 

Graham, widow, 7:387 
Graham, Ennis, 6:316; 7:743, 845 
Graham, Gordon, maj., 13:125, 143, 145, 152 
Grahoon, George, see Croghan, George 
Grame, gen., 7:577 

Grampus (vessel), 1:194 

Granada government, 10:978, 979 (See also West Indies) 
Granby, John Manners, marquis of, 7:576, 629n, 1047, 1073, 1078; 13:158 
Grandidier, lieut., 7:942 

Grand Pee (Menominee chief), 11:274 
Grand Point (Long Point), 13:244, 245 
Grand River, Ontario, 13:242w, 244 

See also Ottawa River 
Grand Sabre (Chippewa chief), 12:491 

Grand Sauteux, (Sauteur, Sautois, Sota), see Minavavana (Ojibway) 
Grant, (of the Navy), 12:1011 

Grant, , Peter Johnson in Montreal (1772) and, 12:1010 

Grant, Commissioner, , 7:1127 

Grant, Gov. , East Florida governorship, 8:196 

Grant, , Wade and Keiuser and, 7:739, 745; 8:223 

Grant, , capt., at Tuscarawas conference (1764), 11:439 

Grant, , capt., beaver sloop loss (1771) and, 8:139, 223-24 

Grant, , capt., Fort Edward company (1755-56), 2:357, 423-24 

Grant, , col., 5:541, 542, 556 

Grant, , commodore, 4:540; 5:542; 8:105 

Grant, , ensign, 9:295 

Grant, , lieut., Creek murder of, 8:1084 

Grant, Alexander, 1:219; 7:773 
Grant, Allen, lieut. : 

colonial administration of trade (1768), 12:669 

Fort Ontario command, 6:486, 522; 7:637-38; 12:745 

interpreter and, 5:468 

at Onondaga congress (Fori Ontario, Oct. 1766), 12:209 

on present disbursement, 6:680-81; 7:21-22, 53, 79-80 
Grant, Qiarles, lieut., 11:635-36 
Grant, Pinlay, 12:10S(i, 1087 
Grant, Francis, lieut. col . : 

at Albany Council of War (1756), 9:483, 487 
Grant, George, lieut., 4 : 882 

Grant, James, lieut., Havana death (1762) of, 3:991 
Grant, James, capt.: 

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Index 

Grant, James, capt., 

in Dalyell Detroit action (1763), 10:763-65, 790-91 

Jadeaii declaration (1763) and, 10:985; 13:317-21 
Grant, James, maj., 3 -An; 8:1073; 13:153 

Cherokee war and, 3:359, 517», 519 
Grant, James, lieut. col. : 

on Pontiac, 11:218-19 

•Silver Heels and, 10:264 
Grant, John, 8:1214 
Grant, John, capt., 4:395, 400, 407, 427 

Oquaga reinforcements (1764), 11:128 
Grant, Lewis, lieut., 3:990 
Grant, Neal, ensign, 3:991 
Grant, Peter, lieut., 3:991 
Grant & Fine, 8:775 
Grant, William: 

Green Bay trade contract, 5:15, 92, 200, 330, 339; 12:5-8, 19-20 
exposition of rights in, 12:45-47, 118-20 
Rogers and, 12:194-95, 198-99 
Lords of trade on, 12:20, 219, 226 
Granville, George, see Grenville, George 
Granville, John Carteret, Earl of, l:28w 
Gras, (medical advice), 6:705 

Grasey, Matthew, 3:90 
Gratz, Barnard, 8:744-45, 900, 912, 1098-99 

Adolphus and, 8:1023 

McKee and, 8:1169; 12:1040 
Grave Creek, 12:1096 
Graves, Rev. Matthew, 3:558; 5:27, 424w 

on Narragansett church grant, 8:733 

Narragansett land claims, 4:756-59; 6:80-82, 87-89 

schoolmaster for the Narragansetts and, 5:502, 221, 222; 6:59-60 
Gray, , capt., 8:1126 

Gray, Edward, 1:713 
Gray, Edward M., 13:420 
Gray, James, 6:287-88 
Gray, Robert, capt., 13:222 

in Dalyell action at Detroit (1763), 4:195; 10:763, 764, 765, 791 

at Oneida Lake blockhouse (1761), 13:272 
Grav (Grey), Samuel: 

Susquehanna Company and, 1:401, 493; 4:219, 429 
Gravdon, Caleb, 4:503; 5:538-39; 11:328 

Fort Augusta command (1765), 11:746, 778; 13:382 
Great Ax (Seneca chief), 12:924 
Great Barrington, 5:488 

Great Britain, see England, Ireland, Scotland 
Great Carrying Place, Fort Edward : 

Abenak'is at, 1:329 

Crown Point (1755) camp at, 1:770, 773, 782, 796, 805, 816, 817, 822, 842, 
845, 846-47 
Councils of War at, 1:852, 860-61, S71-72, 874, 879, 880-81, 882, 883, 

884, 885 
fort construction at, (see Fort Edward, fort construction) 

French post (1755) near, 2:207 

settlement (1761), 3:515 

threats of French attack (1755), 2:16, 17 

threats of French attack (1756), 9:225-26 

See also Fort Edward 
Great Carrying Place, Oneida, see Oneida Carrying Place 
Great Island, Susquehanna River, 4:760 
Great Lakes: 

boats (1772) on, 8:469-70 

British command of vessels on, 7:896, 1124 

Canadian petitions for wintering privileges, 12:411 

234 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

exploration of, 3:421, 459; 10:274, 285, 293-96, 316, 319, 325; 13:228 
Hutchins' map of, 4:62, 399, 403 

Hutchins tour of, 3:890, 914, 936, 965, 9S7; 10:452, 453, 521-29, 543, 
568 

Gordon visit (1765), 13:374, 376 

Indians of, 1:164; 6:29, 49; 8:843 

Iroquois land claims, 10:972 

superintendency of, 7:539, 913 

threat of general Indian war (1774), 13:670 

trade, 1:910; 3:502; 5:244, 277 

trade north of, 5:525, 536, 566, 573, 850; 10:684 

traders murdered (1768) on, 12:500, 519 

trade violations (1766), 12:131-32, 142-43 

See also specific laics 
Great Meadows, 1:689, 750 

Washington's troops at, 2:541, 542, 545-46, 816 
Greece, 7:430, 839, 870 
Green, (express rider), 9:859 

Green, , licut., 8:1214 

Green, Benjamin, 2:217-18 
Green, Jonas, 4:405n 
Green Bay (La Bave, La Baye des Buans), Wisconsin: 

Amherst gift (1761), 13:258 

as boundary of Illinois colon v, 5:328 

Chippewa visit (1764), 4:475; 11:270 

Detroit journey (1761) boat repair at, 13:240 

Grant fortification of, 12:198 

history of fortifications, 10:669??,, 780w 

Hutchins visit (1762), 10:524-26, 545, 559, 706 

Indian population, 4:244; 11:805, 808, 809, 835; 13:622 

interpreters for, 5:444-45, 552; 11:930 

Menominees at, 4:487-88; 7:47; 11:274, 275, 28S-89 

Miehilimackinac dependency of, 13:447 

Michilimackinac siege and, 5:378; 10:780, 783. 858 

Ottawas of, 11:278 

Puans at, 3:415n 

Sakis at, 11:301, 304 

Sioux at, 4:180 

Spanish threat of attack (1768), 12:586 

trade, 3:363, 502 

Andrews and Visscher (1761), 13:267 
commissary appointment (1766), 5:32, 77, 444-45 
French Indian (1765), 11:697, 740 
Indian losses ( 1766), 5:207 

Indian request for out post reesta lilislnuent (1766), 12 :160 
Michilimackinac and, 6:52; 10:696; 12:354 
Rogers and, 12:194-95, 198-99 

Vaudreuil contract (to (Irani) for exclusive trading rights, 5:15, 33, 92, 
200, 278, 330n, 391, 458; 12:4-8, 19-20, 45-47, 118-20, 219, 226 

See also Fori Edward Augustus 
Green Briar, Virginia : 

Indian depredations (1763), 4:190-91 

[roquois land deed, 5:458, 507; 12:236, 277-78 
Green Bush (near Albany), 12:810 
Greenleaf, Michael, 2:503-504 
Green River, 6:294 
Greenwich, New York, 1:114»; 13:30 
Gregg & Cunningham, 4:650; 8:454 
Gregor, Alexander, lit ut., 3:990n 
Gregor, John, lit ut., 3:990n 
Gregory XIII, pope, 1:1» 
Grenadine Islands, 10:979 

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Index 

Grenville (Granville, Greenville), George, 4:395; 5:559 

Allen and, 4:564 

death of, 7:1077n 

election of 1768 and, 6:120 

election of 1769 and, 7:68 

ministry changes (1767), 12:249 

Pitt and, 7:181, 270n 

Secretary of State appointment (1769), 12:700 

Townshend's death and, 5:771-72 

Treasury appointment, 4:420, 465; 11:970; 12:594 

Stamp Act and, 5:40 
Grenville, J.,, 1:273 

Grenville, Eichard Temple, 7:270n, 578n; 12:700 
Greswold, Joseph, 1:764; 4:326 
Grey, , capt. (55th regiment), 3:442 

Grey, sgt., 9:412, 414 

Grey Eyes (Delaware), 3:208, 210 

chiefdom appointment (1773), 12:1048 

at Croghan Fort Pitt conference (May, 1765), 11:724 

McKee conference on Cresap murders (1774), 12:1100 
Greyhound (vessel), 1:225, 316% 

Grider, Eufus A., Iroquois certificate design (1757), 13:98 
Gridley, Eichard, capt., col., maj.-gen. : 

l:492n; 2:104, 156, 315 

autograph, 9:xiii 

biographical sketch, 9:308n 

bread supply and, 2:265 

Fort Edward command, 2:223-24, 236-37, 238, 252-53, 257, 275, 318, 353, 
358; 9:298, 304, 307-309, 313-14, 317-18, 323; 13:68 

Lake George mutineers and, 2:288; 9:322 

Loucket court martial and, 9:279 

marching orders (1755), 9:291-92 

Provincial Commissioners' visit (Nov., 1755), 13:74 

report to Shirlev from Fort Edward (Nov. 1755), 2:279, 281; 9:298 

threat of French attack (Nov. 1755), 2:290-91, 292, 297; 9:313-14, 317-18 

troop disbanding and, 2:326; 9:324, 325 
Groesbeck, Elizabeth, 10:59n 
Groesbeck, Gerardus, 1:383; 9:45-46 
Groesbeek (Groesbick), Stephen, 5:380, 488, 553; 12:194 

at Sogers' court of inquiry, 5:638, 640 
Groesbeck, Wolter, 1:872; 2:598 
Grome, Jacob, 4 : 146 
Gronce, Peter, 7:352 
Gronedyke, 1:831 
Gronendyek, Peter, 5:797 
Gronn, Peter, 5:202 
Grooesbeck, William, 5:766 
Groot (Grote), Abraham, 7:437, 440; 13:503 
Groot, Cornelius, 1:30; 13:502 
Groot (Grote), Nicholas, capt.: 

Albany road repair (1761) and, 3:580 

company of, 1:424; 5:557; 10:941 
Groot, Peter, 8:655 
Groot, Simon, 13:503 
Groot, Young (waggoner), 12:523 
Groote Junge (Seneca), 1:71; 9:832-33; 10:44 
Grosebeek, , Scorticoke land settlement, 10:603-504 

Grote, Harme, 1:30 

Groton, Connecticut, 4:456, 680; 11:255; 12:59S; 13.-6S3 
Grumley, , 8': 236 

Guadeloupe, 3:45, 47; 13:211 
Guasterax, see Gaustrax 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Gudrielle, col, 9:273 

Guerin, ,1:3 

Guildford, earl, 7:577 

Guilliane (Indian), 7:568, 579 
Gufflon, I. B., 11:827, 828 
Guion, , 8:460 

Guiyahoga, see Tioga 
Gullen, William, lieut., 3:S97n 
Gun, Elisha, 2:613; 3:48; 11:109 

on Montreal expedition, 13:177 
Gunestoga, see Conestoga 
Gunsales, Elizabeth, 3:351 
Gunsales (Gunsalis), Manuel, 3:351; 5:31 
Gunsmiths, see Smiths 
Gunter, Thomas, 2:744-46 
Guttery, James, 1:219 
Guy, William, 5:133 
Guyendre, de, lieut., 13:114 

Guy Park, 4:xi 

Chippewa conference (July, 1768), 12:548-50 

Johnson visit (1768), 12:476 

Johnson will, 12:1067 

Mahican conferences (May, 1768), 12:497-500 

Mohawk conferences (June, 1768), 12:529-43, 573 

Mohawk conferences (May, 1768), 12:502-504, 504-507, 515-16 

photograph, 8:288 
Haan, Hendrick, 5:202; 12:819 
Haasbrouck, Abraham, see Hasbrouck, Abraham 
Haberman, Jacob, 4:312 
Hackensack, New Jersey, 5:526-27 
Hackett, John, col., 4:216 
Haddick, , gen., 3 : 144 

Hadley, Massachusetts, 2: 21 In 
Hag, David, 9:271 
Hagan, Jacob (Esopus), 6:739 
Hagedoorn, Harmanus, 1:188 
Hagerty, John, 4:708; 11:682-83 
Hagin & Son, 8:250 
Hague, John (deserter), 10:522 
Hail, Ephraim, see Hale, Ephraim 
Hain, ,1:525 

Hains, see Haynes 
Hair, John, 2:639 
Hairhart, Hance, 2:620 
liakawaremin (Esopus sachem), 1:14 
Hake, , 7:236 

Hakedorn, Derick, 7:463 
Ilakedorn, Hendrick, 7:462 
Halden, John, 1:726 
Haldimand (Haldiman), Frederick, col., maj. gen.: 

accounts (1760), 10:191 

American command, 8:710, 712, 817, 820-22, 823; 12:1113 

autograph, 8:xiii 

Blunt introduced by, 8:11 83 

Carle ton Island expedition I 1779) and, 8:1215 

Claus and, 3:36::, 371, 372, 379, 381, 553, 747; 10:260 

Cole and, 3:234 

colonial administration of trade and, 8:s::7 

on Creek threats of uprising i 1771 ), 8:1044, 1083-86, 1101, 1118, 1167 

Cresap outrages and, 8 : 1 I 6 I 65, 1 1 67 

Fort Ontario command (1760), 3:112 

French-Indian intrigue and, 8 : 1016, L032 

French threat to Oswego and, 3:220, 223-24, 227, 248; 10:142 

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Index 

Haldimand, Frederick, 

Hay mission to the Illinois (1774) and, 8:1033, 1070-71, 1118-19, 1136, 
1149, 1167, 1194; 13:666, 685 

Indian Affairs policy (1773-74) and, 8:837, 865, 875-76, 1141 

on Indian Affairs Deputy commissions, 8:951-52, 978-79, 1015-16 

Johnson (John) and, 8:1026, 1033, 1119, 1138, 1148, 1215 
ensigncy offer (1762), 3:685, 725; 10:400-401, 407-408 

Johnson's death and, 8:1194, 1197 

Klock English voyage with Canajoharies and, 8:938, 970-71 

Lake Champlain trip (1763), 4:199 

on Murray attempt to buy Illinois lands (1773), 8:844-45, 886, 898, 905, 
931-32, 1076, 1104, 1136-37 

Niagara Falls visit, 13:118 

Niagara relief (1760) boats, 3:258; 10:157, 159, 162, 170 

Niagara siege and, 3:53, 59, 60, 106, 107, 111, 114, 116, 117; 13:116, 120 

O'Eeilly and, 7:417 

Oswegatchie attack (1759) plans, 13:123-24, 143, 145, 152 

Oswego French-Indian trade (1760), 3:223, 225, 236, 238-41, 251, 253-54, 
255, 256-57, 261, 262, 264-66; 10:152, 153, 156, 159, 170 

portrait, 10:408 

Phyn and, 6:196-97 

Pond murder and, 8:879 

Proclamation (1774) forbidding unauthorized survey or patent of Indian 
lands, 8:1074-77, 1136-37 

promotion, 5:562-63 

Royal Americans and, 10 : 41n 

Seneca murder of French traders (1773), 8:886, 890, 899, 903, 905-906, 913, 
925-26, 1026, 1086-87; 12:1029 

release of murderers (1774), 8:934, 952-53, 1032, 1131-32, 1135, 1138, 
1148, 1149, 1164-65, 1167; 12:1102, 1108, 1114 

Van Slyck attack by Pottawatomies, 8:819-20 

warrants to Johnson, 8:901, 904, 905, 913, 941-42, 1105, 1117, 1118, 1136, 
1166, 1167, 1170-71 
Hale, capt., 4:94 

Hale (Hail), Ephraim, lieut., 2:245; 9:282 
Hale, Ezekiah, 2:89 
Halenbeck, Casper Janse, 7:468, 579-80 
Halenbeck, Casper M., 7:468 

Halenbeck, Jacob, capt., 1:246; 5:556; 7:468, 580 
Halenbeck, Jacob, lieut., 2:457 
Halenbeck, Jacob, Jr., 7:468 
Halenbeck (Hallenbeeek), Marte (Martin), capt., 5:556; 7:468 

justice appointment lists, 3:750; 7:467; 12:783, 792 

regiment of, 7:579-80 
Halenbeck, William, 7:468 

Half King, of the Oneida, 9:154, 173. See also Scaroyady 
Half Moon, on Hudson River, 5:363; 9:473, 485, 667 
TIalf Moon (vessel), 2:79, 229 
Half Way Creek, 4:317, 346 
Halifax, George Montague Dunk, second Earl of: 

Canajoharie grant and, 4:419 

Canestio expedition (1764) and, 4:350n, 361-62 

Clinton and, 9:132, 166, 386-87 

Conestoga massacres and, 11:126 

Eyre and, 4:526, 537 

French Mississippi trade and, 11:367 

Indian Affairs policy and: 
(1763), 4:248-50, 258-59 

(1764), 4:339, 340, 362-63, 427, 463, 568; 11:127 
(1765), 4:731-32 

Iroquois land claims and, 2 : 684 

Johnson appointments and, 1:426-27, 895; 2:113, 351, 484, 528-29, 559-60 

Joncaire and, 12:325 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

on laud grants for military service, 10:982n 

Marsh and, 3:902; 11:248; 13:323 

memorial on Johnson's services and, 11:348 

Murray and, 4:575 

New York governorship applications (1760), 10:192 

Niagara Congress (1764) and, 11:335, 348 

Orme and, 13:59 

Philadelphia merchants' memorial and, 4:265, 268 

political "disgrace" (1765), 11:970 

Pitt and, 5:559 

recruitment orders (1764), 4:306; 11:12 

resignation (1757), 13:99 

Rivington on, 4:395; 8:52 

Seneca cessions and, 4:516 

Shuckburgh and, 1:455-56; 2:351, 438; 3:635-36, 959, 977; 4:92 

Wraxall and 2:54 515 
Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1 : 355, 605; 2:733; 12:70, 196, 744 

American fleet in, 1:651, 6S6, 792, 849; 2:217-18, 745 

arsenal, 6:524, 540; 12:662 

British troops at, 2:802; 4:231 

French plot to take, 2:217-18 

French troops at, 1:719 

Indians of, 5:577 

Shirley stops voyages to, 1:438 
Halifax (ship), 4:328; 7:418 
Halifax, Fort, 1:448; 5:444-45 
Halket, lieut., 1:712 
Halket, Francis, maj., 1:712 
Halket, Sir Peter, 1:446, 712 
Hall, ' ,1:13 

Hall, Mrs., 13:306 
Hall, Benjamin, at Council of Provincial Officers (1755), 2:304, 335; 9:312; 

13:70 
Hall, Christian, 2:647 
I [.ill, David, 7:592 

Hall, Elkin, capt., 1:766, 867, 868, S77; 2:7 
Hall, Rev. Jacob: 

Canajoharie appointment, 7:566-67, 812, 841, 1026, 1160 
refusal of, 8:182, 257-58 

missionary recommendations of, 7:510-17, 518, 543 
Hall, Johannes, 7:1106 
Hall, John, 2:647 

Hall, John (carpenter's apprentice), 13:304, 306, 307-14pas*wn 
Hall, John, Jr., 7:139, 179 
Hall, John T., 7:439, 1107 
Hall, John W., 13:502 
Hall, Nicholas, 7:1106 
Hall, William, 2:576; 13:502 
Hallenbeck, see Halenbeck 

Haller, A.lbrecb.1 von. 5:7(10, 761 ; 6:30, 31 ; 12:446, 610-11 
Mallet, , at New York "tea party," 8:976 

llallct, James (wheelwright), 1:725 
Ilallines, Johannes, 7 :666 
Hallstead, Benjamin, 3:956 
Ham, George, 6:771 
Ham, George, Jr., 6:771 

Hambach (llamhmk, llambugh), Frederik, 4:811; 5:334; 6:121-22; 13:396 
Ilambaeh, Henry, 4:427; 10:715, 914»; 12:500, 508 
Hambleton, John, 4:70 
Ilamersly, Thomas, 3:875, 956 
Hamilton, , dweller among Oneidas, 9:871 

Hamilton, , Philadelphia merchant, 1:209 

Hamilton, , maj., 8:551; 12:99 1 

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Index 

Hamilton, Alexander, 8:226-27 
Hamilton, Andrew, lawyer, 3:809 
Hamilton, Andrew, lieut., 12:394 
Hamilton, James, deported, 3:377 

Hamilton, James, governor of Pennsylvania, l:280n; 9:133m. 
autograph, 3:xiv 
Carlisle, Pa., and, 3:875n 

Cherokee-Iroquois hostilities (1762) and, 10:550, 566, 584, 605 
Easton Council (1761) and, 3:391, 518, 522, 523, 526, 536; 10:300-301, 

331; 13:271 
Easton meeting with Teedyuscung (1762), 3:686, 688, 689, 761, 765, 787-89, 
791, 828, 838, 845, 850; 10:210-12, 230-31, 268, 383, 395, 404, 449, 
454-55, 466, 553 
Fort Pitt Shawnee meeting (1762), 10:577 
on French Indians on the Ohio, 1:314, 910-11; 9:63, 67 
at Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois Congress (1757), 9:743 
Lancaster Treaty (1762) and, 3:873-74, 940-41; 10:537-39, 541, 547-48, 
573; 13:279 
account of, 10:551-55 
liquor trade regulation, 8:286 
portrait, 3:391 

Susquehanna Indian meeting (1761), 3:574 
Susquehanna Purchase and, 1:396-98; 9:131, 133-34, 142 
Broadhead report, 10:530-33, 536, 541, 551, 554 
Fitch Proclamation (1762), 3:890-91; 10:473 
Pennsylvania deeds, 3:779 

royal intercession (1763), 4:106, 122, 138; 10:655-56 
settler removal attempts (1761), 3:354, 391-92, 401; 10:212-13, 215, 

230-31 
settler removal attempts (1762), 3:890-91, 939-41 
settler removal attempts (1763), 4:74-75, 76; 10:652, 671-72, 691-92 
Teedyuscung Indian convention (1760), Pennsylvania deputies to, 3:204, 207 
Hamilton, Otho, 7:629 
Hammer, Abigail, 4:159 
Hammer, John, 5:153 
Hammer, Margery, 4:159; 5:153 
Hammer, Margret, 5:153 
Hammer (Hamar), Sarah, 4:155; 5:153 
Hammer, Tan, 5:153 
Hammet, , capt., 4:431; 13:326 

Hammond, Margery, 4:160 
Hammor, Thomas, 4:160 
Hamohogameg (Chippewa chief), 4:804, 807 
Hampden, John, 7:398n 
Hampden Hall, 7:398w 
Hance, in Adems accounts, 13:572 
Hance (prisoner), 11:485 

Hance (Johannes, Big Hans), Tekarihoga, son of Old Nickus: 
Bradstreet expedition return (1764), 11:514-15 
Chickesaw message (1770), 12:800 
condolence for the English Man (Cayuga) 12:97 
Detroit siege (1763) news, 10:723, 726 
at Fort Stanwix Congress, 12:628 
Klock fraud, 4:146 
on Maybe land deals, 11:555-56 
on Montreal expedition, 10:181; 13:175 
mother's death, 9:767 
on murdered Onondaga, 12:123 

Niagara Carrying Place defense (1764) recruitment, 11:181 
nosebleed, 12:542 

presents, 3:160; 9:651, 654, 794; 12:734, 737, 798, 864 
royal appeal on Mohawk claims, 11:984-85 
Hance, son of Seth, 2:642; 3:153; 9:780, 795 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Hance the Witt, see White Hans 

Hancock, John, 6:410; 7:71, 753 

Hand, Elias, capt., 2:837 

Handly, Charles, 1:13 

Hanes (Niquattiha — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:176 

Hanes ( Teyoneghserise — Oneida), 10:182; 13:176 

Haney, Hugh, see Heney, Hugh 

Hanhouse, , accounts, 13:715, 718 

Hanjost (Thaosaquattho— Oneida), 10:182; 13:176 

Hanlon, Andrew, 5:396; 12:787, 819, 855 

Hann, Hendrick, 7:352 

Hanna, Rev. William, 8:x 

Anglican ordination request, 8:110, 144, 174 

land purchases, 8:225-26, 232 

law practice, 5:492, 555; 8:81, 82-83 

testimonials concerning, 8:97, 98-99 

Virginia parish opportunity, 8:544 
Hannah (prisoner), 11:487 
Hannanas (Wabash Chief), 7:135-36, 139 
Hannis (Oneida), 3:152, 180; 9:803; 10:63; 12:121 
Hannis (Stockbridge Indian), Albany land claims and, 12:271-73 
Hanover, Germany, 3:229, 232, 892 
Hanover, New Hampshire, 5:304« 
Hans (Mohawk), see Canadagaia; Unaguaandchonge 
Hans, Joseph, see Ainse, Joseph Louis 
Hans, son of Thicklipsett, 1:739 
Hans the Wild (Mohawk), see Canadagaia 
Hansard, , lieut., 13:42 

Hansen, Lord, death of, 2:156 

Hansen, Barent, 8:656 
Hansen, Carl, 12:828 
Hansen (Hansa, Hanson), Hans, 1:123, 373; 2:136; 12:578?i 

Albany election of 1750, 1:293, 294 

Mayor of Albany, l:418w 

proposed for Indian Affairs commission, 1:383 
Hansen, Hendrick, 1:23; 3:285-86, 288; 8:656; 12:760, 829 
Hansen, Hennerry, 1:35, 325, 372; 9:78, 79, 86 
Hansen, Johannes, 1 : 812 
Hansen (Hanson), John, 4:205; 12:829 

Albany clerkship (1765), 4:635-36, 767, 825; 11:528-29 

Cuningham case, 4:884 

English voyage, 4:263, 320, 417 

law license, 8:72-73 

oath of allegiance, 8:656 

sheriff candidacy, 4:198-99 

Stamp Act rioters and, 5:5 
Hansen, John R., capt.: 

Mohawk prisoners entrusted (1763) to, 4:372-73; 11:98 

Oquaga reinforcements (1763), 4:363; 11:97-98 

Roberts and, 5:715-16, 717; 12:356 

Schoharie defense (1763), 4:301; 11:35, 98-99 

Tuscarora agriculture and, 11:188 

volunteer company of, 4:286, 301, 316 
Hansen, Nicholas, capt., 3:296, 369 
Hansen, Peter, 6:551 ; 7: 153; 8:33:!; 12:678 
Hansen, Richard, 7:34, 974; 8:333 
Hansen patent, 6:352-53, 621; 12:f>7s 
Hansen & Abcel, 12:829 
Hansen & Cuyler, 1:851 
Hansocas, Mother, 1:230 
Hanson, , 1:328 

Hanson, , Johnson (John) Assembly candidacy (1768) and, 12:408 

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Index 

Hanson (murdered trader), 7:872 

Hanson, Willis T., Jr., 3:xi 

Hantheis, Hance, 3:159 

Hanyost (Kaghniza — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:176 

Harcourt, Lord, 3:537; 7:1078 

Hardenbergh, Jacob R., 8:768 

Hardenbergh, Johannes, maj., col. : 

Delaware conference (1761), 3:527, 566-67, 568 

Esopus Indian conference (1741), 1:15 

Esopus settlement attack threat, 4:216; 10:887-88 

at Fort Edward (1757), 2:730 

land patent: 

Bradstreet account of, 6:735-38, 781; 7:41 

Bradstreet gift from the Oneidas and, 7:323-25, 1098; 8:348, 777 

certificate as deed prior to Fort Stanwix Treaty, 7:641, 659, 718, 1038, 

1043; 8:15, 346 
Esopus Indian protest on boundaries of, 6:714, 738-39, 749 
Delaware (Esopus) Iroquois dependency and, 6:760-61 
map, 12:263 

Oquaga protest on boundaries, 12:542 
Minisink Indian raids (1756), 2:418-19 
Ulster regiment commissions (1772), 8:555 
Hardenbrook, Abel, 8:47 

Hardenburgh, Johannes (John), see Hardenbergh, Johannes 
Hard Labor Creek, South Carolina, 12:337ft, 360 
Hardley, Mathews, 13:639 

Hardy, Sir Charles, New York Governor, 2:68, 337, 783; 9:316; ll:663?i; 
13:96 

as admiral, 2:37, 540 

at Albany Council of War (1756), 9:483, 487 
Albany Militia and, 2:555n, 556n 

appeal for release of jailed Indians (1757), 9:685, 686-87; 13:95 
arms disbursement (1756), 9:440 

arrival from England, 1:464, 532, 533, 566, 696, 848; 2:5, 37, 64 
biographical sketch, 2:37«; 9:263n 
Caghnawaga trade at Albany and, 2:76 
clothing for northern troops (1756), 2:407, 495 

at Council of Provincial Officers, 2:304, 314, 324; 9:243-44; 13:70, 71-72 
Crown Point artillery convoys and, 9:167 

Crown Point expedition request for government instructions, 2:175w, 189-91, 
212-13, 220-23, 251, 283 
troop dismissal and, 13:66-67, 69, 71-72 
Delaware-Shawnee uprisings and, 9:400, 451, 522 
Dieskau and, 2:100, 183w, 205, 438; 9:264 
English visit (1755), 3:995 
Fort Edward land survey, 2:327, 353 

Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1756) and, 9:370, 376, 400 
Fort William Henry attack (1757) and, 9:811 

on French-Indian raids, 2:359-60, 387-89, 431, 444, 447, 452, 455-56, 469 
French threats (1755-56) of attack, 9:303-304, 343, 365 
French threats on German Flats (1757), 9:661 
French trade (1757) and, 9:699 

frontier defense orders (1755-56), 2:323; 9:400-401 
garrisoning of forts and, 2:283; 9:339 
Glasier and, 9:472 

Indian Affairs and, 2:289, 322, 441, 481 ; 9:300, 321, 331 
Indian conference plans (1756), 13:73 
Indian land rights and, 1:528-30 
Iroquois loyalty and, 13:72-73 
Johnson's English preferment and, 2:65, 68, 69, 87-88, 112-13, 114, 266 

270, 435 
Lake George battle and, 2:37, 45, 48; 9:239 
Lake George fortification, 2:82, 98-99, 114, 117, 130-32, 144, 149-51, 157, 

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333, 356, 364; 9:263-64, 265 

Lake George proposed visit, 2:77, 83-85, 95, 99, 155 

Lake George troop disciplinary problems (1755) and, 2:133-38, 307; 13:63 

Livingston Manor and, 2:712; 9:727 

Lords of Trade and, 2:39n, 155, 472, 492 

military hospitals and, 2:101 

military salaries and, 9:551 

Mohawk fortification (1756), 13:90 

Mohawk recruitment message (Albany, Sept., 1755), 2:92-94, 99, 125-28 

Oneida fort and, 2:298 

Onondaga Council of Iroquois and, 2:460-61, 500-501 

Oswego relief and, 2:431-32, 449; 9:400, 401, 436 

portrait, 1:529 

Pownall English voyage (1755) and, 13:65 

present for Indian conference (1757) and, 9:722 

press warrant issued to St. Clair, 2:529n 

provisions for Lake George troops (1755), 2:77, 79, 99 

on reinforcement of Crown Point expedition, 2:14n, 110, 210, 229, 264, 272, 
274, 296 

report to Sir Thomas Robinson on Crown Point expedition, 2:338 42 

on reported scalping of Senecas, 2:426-27 

Saratoga River company and, 2:276 

Seneca smith and, 9:387-88 

Stockbridge Indians and, 9:632, 727, 766 

Teedyuscung and, 2:510 

Van Schaick reconciliation suggested (1755), 13:73 

Wraxall's mission to, 2:120-21, 122, 123-25, 133-40, 142-44, 153-55, 162, 
9:247, 255-56; 13:61 
Hardy, Josiah, governor of N. J., 3:417n; 4:150; 10:430; ll:663n 
Hare, ,2:523 

Hare, Peter, 6:70 
Hare, Robert, 8:1139, 1147, 1153 
Hare (Hair), William, lieut., capt.: 2:897; 3:277 

ammunition receipt (1764), 4:427 

Bradstreet Treaty (1764) and, 4:604 

Canestio expedition (1764) and, 4:324, 344-45, 352, 392-94; 11:74-76, 86-88 
Achsinnessink orders, 11:85 

commission, 10:1 15, 116-17, 120 

death of, 12:1028 

MacLeod and, 5:743 

Niagara surrender (1759), 13:121 

Oswegatchie scalping party (1759), 13:147, 150 

at Oswego [roquois Congress (1759), 13:131, 136, 144 

pass renewal petition, 5:144 

petition on Canadian trade violations, 5:760 

Wade ( Perrall) and, 8:222, 241, 274, 560 
Baring, Adam, 8:334 
Harkeman, , 2:6S0 

Barkemer, s< i Herchheimer 
Barkerman, capt., 3:59, 85, 104 

Harley, Thomas, 7:767 

Barley & Drummond, 7:36.'], 708, 766-67, 785, 894; 8:578 
Barlow, [saae, 7:414 ; 13:639 
Barman, , capt., 13 : "> I 

Barmense, Nanning, 4:685, 817; 11:886; 13:482-85 
Barper, , Lake George land grants, 11:117 

Barper, , Oquaga, land sales by. 8:423, 777 

Harper. Eve, 11: 186 
Barper, John : 

French and Brush bond, 6:360; 12:582 

land purchases, 12:259, 331-32, 346, 542, 582, 754 
Harper, John (English visitor, 1771), 7:1110, 1 150-51 ; 8:27, 32 

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Index 

Harper, John (interpreter), 4:395 

Harper, Josiah, 13:497 

Harper, Thomas, 11:485 

Harper's Corner, 12:880 

Harper's Line, 7:718, 773 

Harrey, George, 1:716 

Harries, ,1:566,578,586 

Harrigate Spa, Yorkshire, 13:180 

Harriot (ship), 4:426; 7:285; 12:316 

Harris, (New York merchant), 10:235, 247 

Harris, (scout), 9:526 

Harris, Mrs., 6:498 

Harris, , capt., 8:71 

Harris, , lieut., 3:73, 75, 78, 84 

Harris, Captain (Indian), 10:185 

Harris, Christopher, col, 1:860-61; 2:353 

autograph, l:li 

at Crown Point (1755) Council of War, 1:860-61; 2:198, 250, 312, 317; 
9:319 

regiment of, 1:716, 723, 776, 864, 865; 2:527; 9:227, 273, 297, 324 
Harris, Jacob, 7:663, 919; 12:818, 855 
Harris, James, 11:485 

Harris, John, 4:417; 9:719, 727, 728, 732, 734 
Harris (Harriss), Thomas, 2:554, 575, 636; 4:364; 12:818, 855 

on Indian presents, 4:219, 342 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 3:922; 4:234; 6:316; 11:578 

fortifications near, 2:522 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois Congress (1757), 2:743, 752-56, 7S8, 790; 
3:33-34, 194, 214; 9:595-96, 607-10, 614, 615-16, 619-20, 621, 623-25, 
698, 705, 727-33, 782, 806, 827 
Minutes, 9:727-65 

Indians confined (1763) at, 10:847 

Stump murders (1768) near, 6:91n, 176n 
Harris's Ferry, see Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 
Harrison, , collector at Boston, 6:305, 306, 405 

Harrison, Edward, 5:169; 7:162, 179, 205, 220, 564, 565 
Harrison (Harson), Francis, 4:574; 11:693; 12:1068 
Harrison, George, 7:579; 12:610 
Harrisson, , in Adems accounts, 13:546 

Harry (slave), 5:138 
Harry, Andrew, 5:153 
Hariy, Barshe, 4 : 160 
Harry, Christopher, 4:159 
Harry, Christopher, Jr., 4:159 
Harry, Daniel, 4:159 
Harry, Henry, 4:159 
Harry, John, 11:489 
Harry, Martha, 4:160 
Harry, Mary, 4:159, 160 
Harry, Philip, 4:159 
Harsen, Bernadus, 2:592 
Harsin, Jacob, 4:123; 5:226-27; 7:1037 

Niagara appointment, 3:727; 13:243 
Harson, Francis, see Harrison, Francis 
Hart, John, l:662n, 667; 2:846, 859 
Hartell, John Jacob, see Hertel, John Jacob 
Harter, Henry, 8:1210 
Hartford, Connecticut: 

Connecticut Assembly of 1663, 11:419 

Iroquois Council on Susquehanna settlement (1763), 4:123-30, 138, 218; 
10:663-69, 722-23, 752; 11:125-26 

Mohegan land claims and, 4:455; 11:255 

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Susquehanna Company meeting (1769), 6:577, 629, 689, 698, 744 
Hartman, , 8:738 

Hartwick, Rev. John Christopher : 

on frontier defense, 2:417 

land purchases, 3:352, 365, 420; 10:234; 12:269-70, 303, 702-703 

Oswego correspondence (1759), 13:149 
Harvard College, l:263n, 536n, 856n; 4:10m 
Harvey, maj., see Hervey, William, maj. 
Harvy, , col, 9:326 

Hasbrouck, Abraham, lieut. col., 3:527, 566-69; 8:555, 571, 939-40 
Hasbrouck, J., 5:31, 296 
Hasenclever, Peter: 

on agriculture, 4:633; 5:14; 11:3, 4 

on American trade, value to England (1770), 7:426-29 

on the Billeting Act, 5:704 

biographical sketch, 7:426w 

business failure, 5:478; 6:424; 7:181 

at Chippewa conference (Johnson Hall, June, 1765), 11:770 

on English elections of 1768, 6:120-21 

English trial of, 7:426n 

Gage and, 11:603, 621-22, 648 

German indentured servants of, 5:73 

hemp seed, 4:787, 856, 862 

iron works, 4:664, 811; 6:xi, 425; 7:426m; 11:622, 623, 649 

Johnstown and, 4:697, 885; 11:648-49 

land holdings, 6:75, 83, 425; 8:754; 12:996 

in Oriskany patent, 4:633; 5:344, 366, 367, 384, 400, 641, 704, 776, 833; 
6:286; 11:4-5; 12:637, 697 

linen manufacture and, 5:14; 6:427; 11:3 

on mining, 4:724 

portrait, 11:648 

potash and pearlash manufacture, 4:760, 787, 825, 845, 850, 862, 870; 
5:11-13, 32, 63, 74; 11:773 

settlement of German farmers and, 4:635, 644, 645n 

ship purchase, 4:776 

on Stamp Act, 4:850; 5:13, 40, 63, 74, 136-37, 202-203 

trade plans, 5:344, 384 

Watts' introduction (1765) of, 4:741 
Hasenclever, Seton & Croftes, 4:858 
Haskol, ,10:874 

llassord, John, 4:427 
Hastings, Robert, lieut., 8:867 
II. it field, Massachusetts, 1:167; 2:211m, 
Hatton, Thomas, 8:250, 342, 434 
1 laugh, Benjamin, 8:1214 
Haughton, Elijah, ens., 13:52 
llaus, , 8:333 

Haussonville, Le Comte de, 3:880, 897 

Havana, Cuba: 

Albemarle conduct at, 3:902, 923 
Knowles in, 1:119a 

Lyman in, l:670n 

melon seeds from, 4:849 

prize money, 4:448; 5:l<i5 

sickness of troops in, 3:878-79, 880, 881, 923, 928, 960, 990-91; 5-629 

surrender (1762), 3:875, 878-79, SS0, 881, 884, 959; 4:2; 8:136 

troop returns (1763) from, 10:788, 803 
Haversack, ,1:13 

Haviland, William, col, 3:260; 10:208 
Hawke, Edward, admiral: 

at Belle Isle, 9:263n 

French ships captured (1755), 2:243 

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Index 

Hawke, Edward, admiral, 

Louisbourg siege (1758), 2:887; 9:263w 
Mediterranean voyage (1756), 2:532 

in Seven Years' War, 3:564 
Hawks, ,1:168,169 

Hawkins, John, 1:799 
Hawkins, Mary, 4:159 
Hawley, Elisha, capt., 1:673, 730; 9:236 
Hawley, Rev. Gideon: 

cow of, 2:633; 9:646 

Delaware account of English quarrel (1755), 9:334-35 

at Fort Johnson Congress (1756), 9:347, 355, 357, 362, 370, 373 

Mohawk mission and, 3:48 

Oquagas and, 9:715-16, 718 
Hawley (Hawlley), Mathew, capt., 7:414 
Haxton, George, 3:864 
Hay, (Sheipt nephew), 7:1079 

Hay, (Quebec chief justice), 5:708, 732; 6:302 

Hay, Mrs. ,8:351 

Hay, Jehu, lieut. : 

Abbott trade fraud inquiry, 12:216-17, 290 

accounts, 4:862; 5:344, 345, 382, 426, 462, 468, 488, 515, 687-88, 702-703, 
731; 7:151-52, 197, 198, 209, 225, 226, 284, 298; 8:1071; 12:557, 642, 
731, 755 

Chippewa-Cherokee hostilities (1768), 12:600 

commissary appointment (1766), 5:76, 77, 81, 338, 340, 363, 376, 442, 730- 
31; 7:78; 12:106 

complaints against, 5:541, 552, 559, 564, 698, 815, 818; 6:83, 87; 12:289- 
90, 424 

court of inquiry on complaints, 5:815; 13:439 

Croghan Illinois expedition (1765) and, 4:767 

Detroit Indian attack threat (1769) and, 6:776; 7:47; 12:722 

Detroit Indian Council (1774), 13:691-92, 698 

Detroit murders (1767) and, 6:434; 12:322, 323, 335-36 

Detroit murders (1768) and, 12:507, 508, 517, 544 

Detroit residency appointment (1774), 8:1194; 12:1058, 1092; 13:666 

Detroit trade report (1767), 12:398-400 

on Fort Ontario provisions (1766), 12:137 

Fraser arrival at Fort Chartres and, 4 :801 ; 11 : 869 

French traders and, 5:441, 657-58 

Henry (Robert) and, 5:369 

Illinois mission (1774) for Haldimand, 8:1033, 1070-71, 1118-19, 1136, 1149, 
1167, 1194; 13:666, 677, 685 

Indian Affairs employment application (1765), 4:651, 742; 11:610 

interpreters' receipts, 5:340, 516 

Johnson Hall visit (1770), 7:773 

Johnson (Guy) orders (1768), 12:524 

Joncaire and, 6:416, 417, 419, 420, 429, 430 

Journal of Indian transactions (1767), 5:669-76 

land grant, 8:416 

Michilimackinac commissary absence (1768) and, 12:509 

Niagara court martial (1761) of, 13:228-29, 230 

Niagara-Detroit journey (1761) visits, 13:240, 267 

Pontiac and, 4:862; 5:637-38, 643-44, 648-49, 688-89, 723; 12:228, 480 

Pottawattomies and, 5:618-21, 637-38, 648-49, 662; 11:552 

Roberts bills and, 5:716, 830; 6:35; 7:702, 773; 8:1071; 12:361 

Rogers' imprisonment and, 12:479-80 

salary, 5:613; 7:702; 8:1071; 12:731 

trade regulations, 5:507, 653-59, 703, 726-27; 12:518 

Wetherhead and, 6:300; 7:555, 773 
Hay, William, 5:231?i; 10:730 
Hayendisese (Cayuga sachem), 9:540 
Haynes, Hendrick, 3:750; 12:784, 793 

246 



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Hnynes, Joseph, 2:745; 10:530 

Hays, maj., 5:239 

Hays, Barrak, 4:830; 11:908 

Hays, Thomas, capt., 7:632 

llayth, Cornelius, capt., 7:251, 252, 272 

Haywood, William, 5:169 

Ha'zelton, John, maj., 2:180, 276 

Hazard, , 4 :155 

Hazard, Harry, 4:159 

Hazerd, Robert (carpenter), 13:307, 314 

Hazzard, Jason (Jassen), 4:385 

Hazzens (Hazon), , Rogers land patent application and, 3:409, 642 

Heard, Wallace, 6:777-78 

Heat, Catherine, 11:489 

Heath, , 1:498 

Heath, John, 3:734; 4:541 

Heath, Sir Robert, 6:572 

Heathcock, John, 4:146; 10:487 

Hebron, Connecticut, 9:481; 11:856 

Heemstraat, Derik, 1:872 

Heerhard, Hans, 9:291 

1 [ees, Henry, 8:655 

Heger, Hendrick, 8:466-67 

Heighan, John, 13:502 

Height, , capt., 3:55 

Helen (McLeod?) "of Greece," 12:266 

Helling, William, Unit., 1:366 

Hellmer, Adam, 3:343 

Hellmer, Frederick, 8:333, 1210 

Helmer (Hellmar), Lenerd, 3:613, 717; 4:146, 657 

Hemar, A. D., 4:838 

Hence, Jacob, 6:241 

Henderson, Edward, 11:488 

Henderson, James, 11:121 

Hendrick, , in Adcms accounts, 13:572 

Hendrick (of Canajoharie), prisoners (1764), 11 :108 

Hendrick (Sarahowane — Canajoharie), on Montreal expedition, 10:181; 13:175 

Hendrick (German Flats Indian), 4:832 

Hendrick (scout), 2:285 

Hendrick (Mohawk sachem, "King," surnamed Peters): 

at Albany Council (1751) of Iroquois, 1:340-44 

at Albany Congress | L754) on Indian Affairs, 1:426; 10:337 

biographical sketch, l:237n 

brother Abraham's religious duties and, 9:52, 53-54 

on Crown Point expedition, 1:882; 2:2, 573 

death of, 2:91, 127, 416; 9:231, 238, 278, 291, 350, 391 

French scalp to replace, 13: I L3 

on French threats, 1:278, 489-90; 9:60-61 

Johnson's land purchases and, 1:330, 414,440; 13:15-19 

in King George's War, 1:95, L50, 212; 9:15, L6, 17, 20, 21, 25, 27, 30, 52, 
53, 54 

Logsiown conference (1753) refusal, 13:2.", 2 1 

mark of, 13:19, 24 

Mohawk influence of, 1:357-58, 426, 133 34 

Pennsylvania land release (1754) and, 10:44 

portrait, 2:16, 288; 7:272, 524; 9:60, L56 

rumors of English treachery and, 9:62, 63 '■'< I 

sickness of, 1:79, 81, 84 

speech at Lake George, 2:11??, .".SO S3; 9:222 21 

Susquehanna Purchase and, 1 :405, 441 ; 3:715; 9: 1 12. 1 1" 1 is 150-52 153 
154, 156-57, 159, 160, 161, 202; 10:484 85 

on threat of attack at Great Carrj ing Place, 2:16-17 

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Index 

Hendrick, 

widow of, 12:245, 761, 866, 897, 945, 999, 1019 
Hendrick (Mohawk sachem, 1764), 11:359-61; 12:603-604, 628 
Hendrick (Keandaraher — Mohawk), on Montreal expedition, 10:180; 13:173 
Hendrick (Naghkawimet— Mahican), 10:183; 13:177 
Hendrick (Oghsidago— Oneida), 10:181; 13:176 
Hendrick (Raghsoghiatha), 9:646 
Hendrick (Tayendaque), 10:726 

Hendrick's brother, see Abraham (brother of Hendrick) 
Hendrick's son, 1:153, 414 
Hendrick (Tuscarora Indian), 2:631 
Hendrick (Tioyonmenhoseawea), 12:531 
Hendrick, Fort: 

alert for escaped prisoners, 2 : 747-48 

Canajoharie patent and, 6:771 

dismantled (1768), 12:555 

French attack threat (1756), 9:534-35 

garrison, 6:313; 9:509 

soldier abuse of Mohawks (1758), 13:104-107 

German Flats raid (1758), 2:835-36 

Indian disputes (1758), 10:62-63 

Indian famine (1760) and, 3:218, 219 

militia summons (Oct. 1758), 10:26, 29 

Montreal expedition and, 3:249 

Pickard (Cobus) at, 12:245 

roads, 13:208 
Hendrickson, John, 13:566 
Henely (Cherokee), 2:858, 862, 863 

Henerick (Sanoughsise — Canajoharie), on Montreal expedition, 10:181; 13:175 
Heney, Hugh: 

accounts, 8:274; 13:488, 708, 709, 711-12, 716, 718, 721 

Caghnawaga residence, 7:947; 8': 866 

on Carleton-Caghnawaga relations, 7:530-31 
Henry, , col., 9:341 

Henry (prisoner), 11:488 
Henry, Prince of England, 3:144 
Henry, Alexander: 

copper interest, 6:242, 246 

Michilimackinac bills (1764-65), 4:734, 742, 760, 767, 768, 778 

Michilimackinac smuggling, 12:355 

at Rogers' court of inquiry, 5:638, 640 

Rogers Indian councils and, 12:355-56 
Henry, Dorothy (Mrs. John), 6:254, 256 
Henry, Elias, 4:850 
Henry, Elizabeth, 11:489 
Henry, James, 3:177 
Henry, John, 1:188 
Henry, John (gunsmith), 4:180 
Henry, John (heir of Col. Ryder), 6:254, 256 
Henry, Patrick, 4:775» 

Henry, Robert, 5:369; 7:347, 349; 8:97, 616; 13:496-97 
Henry, Robert, Jr., 8:1049 
Henry & Bensted, rum trade, 12:265 
Henry, Farrell & Abbot (Eobert Henry, John Farrell, James Abbot), 4:850; 

5:340,369,411,553 

receipts, 5:596 

Roberts suit, 7:4,S6, 796, 803-806, 915, 1014, 1120; 8:133, 134, 244, 439-40 
616-17, 634-35, 640-41, 660, 693-97 
TIenry $• Mary (sloop), 3:833 
Herbert, , wife of, 13:585 

Herchheimer, , 1:675; 9:71, 139 

Herchheimer, George, 7:456; 8:1210; 13:377 
Herchheimer, Hendrick, 2:600; 7:666; 9:135n 

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Herchheimer (Harkemar, Harkemer, Hereheimer, Herkimer), Johan Jost (Han 

Jost, John Joost, Jost), col., (justice of the peace) : 

accounts (1756), 2:595, 601, 602, 608 

Albany County division petition, 8:333 

Albany Dutch-English quarrel (1756), 2:702 

autograph, 6:xii 

at Canajoharie meeting (1763), 4:50, 61 

cow sold by, 3:165 

Chenussios at German Flats and, 4:228; 10:916 

Fort Johnson Iroquois Council (1763) and, 10:801 

Frank murder (1761), 3:407; 10:297 

German Flats attack threat (1763) and, 10:758 

at German Flats Indian meeting (1761), 3:430 

German-Indian intrigue (1758) and, 9:919 

Hasenclever and, 5:705 

horse hire (1756), 2:486 

on horse thefts (1762), 10:512 

justice appointment lists, 3:609, 750; 12:769, 784, 793 

justice appointment refusal (1772), 8:444-45, 468 

land holdings, 6:24; 9:135 

liquor for Indians (1766), 5:233 

maladministration charge, 8:509-10 

militia appointments (1768), 6:190, 212 

Oswego road work (1756) and, 2:513, 526-27 
Herchheimer, Johan Jost, Jr., 7:456; 9:501; 11:933-37 
Herchheimer (Harkamore, Herkeman, Herkemer, Herkheimer, Herkimer), Johan 

Nicholas (Hannikel, Han Nichles, Nichlus, Nicolas), lieut., col., 3:170 

Albany County division petition, 8:333 

as chairman of Tryon County committee, 8:1203, 1204, 1207, 1213-14 

Ganeghwaghtai provisions, 10:644 

German Flats alarm (1762) and, 3:852 

German Flats patent release (Sept., 1765), 11:933-37 

on Great Carrying Place attack threats (1756), 9:501 

on horse and sled shortage (1756), 9:411 

justice appointment, lists (1770), 12:768, 784, 793 

Klock petition against, 4:195, 311-13; 12:345 

oath of allegiance, 8:655 

Penn stop (1768) with, 12:596 

Schuyler will and, 4:449 

scouts (1757) and, 9:724 
Herchheimer (Harkemer) patent, 3:326, 369 
Herckemer, , on threat from Iroquois, 3:343 

Hercules (Oneida), 9:610 
Herkeman, , 1:71 

Herkimer, , rum trade, 2:534-35, 539 

Herkimer, Nicholas, gen., 2:513w, 534n, 897ft 
Herkimer, Fort: 

alert for escaped prisoners, 2:747-48 

deserters (1759), 13:133 

food disbursement (1758), 10:68, 72 

Fonda stationed (1758) at, 10:80, 81, 106 

French attack on German Flats, 2: 751157; 9:661, 662, 671, 672, 856, 865, 
866, 876, 878-79 

French Indian spy-suspect at, 3:22 

garrison of, 2:560, S01 ; 3:963; 10:014 

Indian attack threats (1757), 2:696, 697-98, 703, 793 
(1758), 2:820 
(1763), 4:182, 192 

Indian raids near, 2:835, 840, 897; 9:856, 865, 866 

Troquois meeting (1759), 3:2:; 

map, 3:23; 11:250 

Mohawks and, 3:219 

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Index 

Herkimer, Fort, 

Niagara horse transport (1760), 10:156, 159, 160, 162 

Onondaga scouts at, 3:257 

Oswego cattle supply (1756), 13:87 

Owens escape from, 11:224 

Quackenbush trips, 13:519 

White command, 8:424 

Williams at, 9:798 
Hermanus (Mohawk exhibited in London), 4:753; 11:754, 772 
Hernberg, Jacob, Jr., 8:333 
Herring, James, lieut., 3:225, 830; 10:152, 153 
Herring, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury (1752), 13:22 
Hersbrough, T., 2:419 
Hertel, Christopher, 7:815 
Hertel, , Hasenclever and, 5:705 

Hertel (Hartel), Hannis, 7:352 
Hertel, John Jacob : 

accounts, 7:893-94 

Aughquisasne residence of, 7:110-11, 127-29, 919-21, 922-23, 928-29, 930-32, 
934-35, 947, 958-59, 960-61; 8:212, 214, 840 
Indian disputes (1773), 12:1027; 13:620 

Johnson Hall conference (July- Aug., 1770) on, 7:818-19; 12:841, 845, 
846 

Burton and, 11:699 

on canoe theft, 7:897-98 

in Claus accounts (1772), 13:715 

Delaware-Shawnee deputy escort to peace treaty, 4:586, 609, 620, 640 

at Delaware-Shawnee peace treaty (1765), 11:592 

family gratitude for advancement of, 4:510; 5:229-30 

at German Flats Congress (July, 1770), 12:867 

at Missisauga-Abenaki conference (July, 1770), 12:830 

at Mohawk meeting (Feb., 1765), 11:605 

Montreal journey (1765), 4:719 

Scott debt, 4:643, 737; 11:564 
Hertel, L. B., 5:229-30 
Hertel, S. B., 4:510 
Herter, Henry, 8:333 
Hertfordshire, England, 12:248 
Hervey, William, maj. : 

ammunition and wagon procurement (1760), 3:227, 228 

Canadian Indians and, 3:576 

on Niagara campaign (1759), 3:45, 88 

voyage to England (1763), 4:131, 133 
Hervieux, Jacque, 5:133, 169 
Hess, Augustinus, 8:1210 
Hess, Augustus, 11:933-37 
Hesse, Tunis, 11:160, 161 

Hester, , in Adems accounts, 13:545, 550, 556, 568 

Hewimont, , 2:20, 22 

Hewson, Daniel, 8:351 
Hewson, Daniel, Jr., 8:353 
Hewson, John, 8:351 
Heyder, Ally, see Hyder Ali 
Hickman (Delaware), murder of, 10:318 
Hickman, Thomas (Sicasso — Delaware), 11:436 

at Croghan Fort Pitt conference (May, 1765), 11:724 
Hicks, , (lawyer), 4:114 

Hicks (prisoner), 11:489 
Hicks (spy suspect), 4:417; 11:169-70, 3S5n 
Hicks, Thomas, 6:254 
Hicks, Whitehead, 7:483w 
Highlands, 5:654, 824 
Hildreth, (New York distiller), 8:463 

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Hilifie (Mohawk), 12:531 

Hill, , 4:247 

Hill, , sergeant, 2:241; 9:279 

Hill, Henry, 8:415; 13:477 

Hill, John, 8:613-14, 652, 665 

Hilliard, , lieut., 3:65, 69, 73, 80, 99 

Hillman, James, 3:847 

Hillock, , lieut., 5:824 

Hillsborough, Wills Hill, first Earl of, 6:219, 252, 438, 484; 7:946; 8:218; 

12:316-17 

autograph, 7 :xii 

Blackburn and, 8:93-94, 146, 434 

Canajoharie grant and, 4:419, 464, 741; 5:475; 6:735, 769-70; 11:758 

Church of England American episcopate and, 6:746; 7:693, 694, 875 

Colden (Cadwallader) salary arrears (1769), 12:687 

on colonial administration of trade, 6:193, 282, 326, 356, 624, 758; 7:1002, 
1130; 8:337, 441, 779; 12:512, 525-26, 553-54, 564, 631, 698-99 

copper interests and, 6:394, 450-51, 524, 540, 541-42, 552, 668; 8:123; 
12:662-63, 859, 860, 872 

Dartmouth and, 8:589n 

De Berniere and, 6:220 

Franklin (William) and, 7:964 

on French influence among Indians, 6:460, 635-36 

fur trade inquiries, 7:953 

Gordon on, 6:337 

Gorham and, 7:75-76, 90, 105-106, 380 

Hardenbergh patent and, 8:346 

Illinois colonization proposal, 12:512 

Indian Affairs Deputy commissions and, 8:952 

Indian Affairs expenses and, 6:277, 327, 334, 356, 435, 583-84, 603, 613. 
624, 632, 693; 7:189, 606-607, 731-32, 790, 796, 840, 854, 895; 12:554- 
55, 564, 681, 699 

Indian Affairs policy of division of confederacies, 7:131, 332, 380, 541-42, 
1148; 8:96, 233 

Indian Affairs reorganization plan, 4:339, 341, 363, 465; 11:34S 

Indian boundary line and, §:ix, 146, 231, 327, 435, 447, 472, 475, 565, 624, 
632, 668, 694, 757; 7:16, 17-1S, 30, 65, 109, 112, 296, 1148; 8:524, 991; 
12:501, 510, 514, 520, 587; 13:325 

Indian trade indemnities and, 7:528, 631 

Inglis memorial, 8:277, 300, 553, 621, 624 

Irish Lord Lieutenancy and, 8:146, 358, 460 

Irish visits, 7:158; 8:205, 346 

Iroquois-Cherokee-Canadian Confederacy Congress (German Flats, July 
1770), report, 7:798-99; 12:852 

KnyaderossrniH am], 12:551, 505 

Maryland and, 6:27S 

New York Assembly and, 7:905 

New York quit-rents and, 7:963 

Nova Scotia commissary and, 8:365; 12:724 

O'Brien land purchase (176 1 | and, 13:329 

Ohio colonization proposal (1770), 12:816 

Pitt and, 7:157 

portrait, 6:232 

Ramsay murders and, 8:524 

resignation on passage of Walpolc Grant, 8:565-66, 579n, 588, 5S9n, 621, 

623, 624 
retirement from the Board of Trade, 5:493 
on Revenue Acts, 6:783; 7:67 
Roberts and, 7:380, 382-83, 538, 539, 731-32, 895, 927, 1158; 8:133, 137, 

211, 1059 ' 

Royal Proclamation (1763) on colonial governments, 4:214 
Secretary of State for America, appointment (1768), 6:97-98; 12:406, 475, 

251 



Index 

Hillsborough, Earl of, 

509, 512, 514; 13:464-65 

on Seneca loyalty, 8:337 
Hillyer, Nathaniel, tieut., 4:364:, 366; 8:655; 12:959, 988 
Hilton, Benjamin, 8:351 
Hilton, Peter, 8:351 
Hilton, Richard, 8:351 
Hilton, Thomas, 8:351 
Hilton, William, 8:351 
Hilton, William, Jr., 8:351 
Hilts, Elizabeth, 9:674 
Hilts, George, 8:333 
Hilts, Stovel, 9:448 

Hind, Eev. Dr. Richard, 8:x, 926-28, 1069, 1195; 12:1009, 1077-79 
Hines, Jacob, sgt., 9:281 
Hip, George, 6:771 
Hip, Stephen, 6:771; 12:819 
Hirmntroud, Chrisr, 11:485 
Hiselin, R. G., 6:257 

Hispaniola, West Indies, 6:259?i; 7:798, 998 
History of the Five Nations of Canada (Colden), l:220n, 474« 
Hitchcock, Aaron, 2:206; 9:272-73 
Hoar, Jonathan, lieut. col., 7:54 
Hoar, William, maj., 2:50, 105, 136, 139, 147, 171, 252 

complaint against Gilbert, 2:284-85; 9:318; 13:68 
Hobbey, capt., 2:357 

Hobbell, Samuel, 9:271 
Hochkirch, battle of, 3:284ra 
Hochstetler, Christian, 4:751; 11:758 
Hochstetler, Jacob, 4:751; 11:757-58 
Hockley, ,7:300 

Hockyondoque Creek, 3:809, 814, 817 
Hocquart, Giles, Chevalier de, 2:218; 5:186n 
Hoff, Hendrick, 7:32 
Hoffman, , 1:368; 8:352 

Hoffman (Huffman), Antoney, 8:595 
Hoffman, Martinus, col, 2:730; 8:595 

Silvester suit, 4:64, 203, 220, 236 
Hoftaillen, John, 2:731 
Hogan, capt., 1:184-85, 309 
Hogan, John, 2:523 
Hogan, William, maj., 8:352 

money sent by, 4:314, 328 

on Niagara campaign (1759), 3:94; 13:121 
Hogeboom, Jeremiah, capt., col, 1:246; 2:599; 4:192; 5:556; 7:326 

charges (1770) against, 7:533, 534, 535, 642-43, 679 

Claverack supervisorship, 8:449 

colonelcy in Claverack regiment, 8:101, 529, 535 

justice appointment lists (1770), 12:792, 793 

militia appointments for new regiments (1770), 7:510, 679 

petition in behalf of Johonnis Plass, 6:700-701 
Hogeboom, Johannes, capt., 4:298; 5:556; 7:454; 12:S07 
Hogeland, Adrian, 8:458 
Hogh, Johan Ariste, 8:334 
Hoghstrasser, Paul, 7:636 
Hoghtelingh, Hendrick, 1:246 
Hog Island, 7:29 
Hoitt, Jacob (Mohegan), 4:728 

Holburne (Oburn), Francis, 1:686, 693, 719, 792; 2:206 
Holdernesse, Robert D'Arcy, Earl of, 1:446, 916, 917-18 
Holdiman, Frederick, see Haldimand, Frederick 
Holidays : 

Christmas, 1761, 3:592 

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Dutch New Year, 13:190 

Feast of Saint John, 5:450, 549, 563, 565; 6:1-2, 576; 7:6 

the King's birthday, 1:904; 9:33; 10:194 

Michaelmas, 13:150 

Saint Patrick's, 1:82; 3:359; 5:507, 515; 12:297n, 474; 13:207, 635 
[lolland, Mrs. , 8:351 

Holland, Edward, 1:24-25, 269» 

Iroquois Councils, 1:339-44, 452, 454, 463 

land licensing and, 1:380 

offices held by, l:27n, 419 

on West Indian trade, 1:31, 37, 38 
Holland, Henry (Albany trader) : 

Albany house sold to Johnson, 10:117w 

Albany letters received for Johnson (1745-47), 1:38, 59, 79 

Assembly election (1761), 3:323 

Chew and, 7:1108 

Corry suit (1744) and, 13:6, 7 

fur trade, 1:18 

goods delivered (1747) to, 1:83, 84 

Sacondaga lands, 5:429, 441; 7:1143; 12:193, 221-22, 281, 896 

snow shoe, order (1748), 1:144 

son-in-law of, 5:488 

Staten Island land, 3:323 

wampum trade, 4:706; 11:668 
Holland, Henry Fox, Lord: 

George III and, 7:830, 840 

Halifax and, 2:54, 529 

impeachment, 7:286 

Johnson's baronetcy and, 2:436-37 

Johnson's report on Onondaga Conference (1756), 2:509-10 

land purchase tentatives, 6:296, 491, 758 
Canajoharie and, 4:768; 11:787 
Hasenclever and, 6:75, 83, 120; 11:5 
for the O'Briens, 4:724; 5:469, 475; 13:328, 329 
Oneida lands, 5:515; 6:70; 12:637, 638, 658, 697, 704, 750-51, 753, 829, 

935; 13:492 
Servis patent and, 6:315; 13:522, 525 

Secretary of State appointment (1755), 1:351, 435 

Shirley and, l:472n 

Treasury contributions (1769), 7:180 

Wraxall and, 2:54, 515 
Holland, Hitchen, lieut., 1:206, 544 

Albany sheriff's appointment (1749) and, 9:51 

estate of, 4:48, 49, 64, 78, 207 

illness (1756), 9:510 
Holland, Samuel, 10:41n 
Holland: 

American trade prohibition, 6:323 

Eyre correspondence, 13 : 64 

fleet of, 8:831 

France and, 7:430 

Klock journey plans (1764), 11:473 

Prussia and, 7:870 

troops from, 2:473 

See also Dutch 
Hollis, Thomas, 1:233, 234, 353 
Hollister, Timothy, 5:59 
Holme, Thomas, 3:802 
Holmes, , lieut., 3:262, 525 

Holmes, Charles, 10:530 
Hobnes, James, capt., 3:55, 58w, 89, 90, 92 
Holmes, Robert, ensign: 

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Index 

Holmes, Robert, 

death, 5:20; 10:715 

in Miami garrison attack (1763), 4:182; 10:731, 743 

Niagara journey (1761), 13:241, 242 

Shawnee war-belt discovery (1763). 4:96-98 
Holmes, Samuel, 5:133, 169 
Holmes and Memsen, 10:993 
Holmes & Morrison, 4:584 
Holstein, 3:681 

Holstein, , prince of, 3:893 

Holt, , capt., 8:1069 

Holt, John, 4:541; 7:536n, 564; 11:620 
Holton, capt., 3:879 

Home, col., 7:630 

Homer, cited, 2:267 

Homwhyowa (Wolf King, Cherokee chief), 2:846, 861 
Honduras, 7:428 
Honeyman, James, 4:757 
Honeyman, Wrexall, 1:52 
Honnywell, Musick, 4:858 
Honsan, John R., see Hansen, John R. 
Hoofnagel, Christian, 4:363 
Hooghlandt, Adrian, 4:685 
Hooghlandt, Joris, 4:685 
Hooper, , col., 9:341 

Hooper, Robert Lettis, Jr., 8:13-14, 48; 13:15w 

in Mortier account, 8:506 

Ohio colonization and, 7:1132-33; 8:294 
Hoose, Dirck, 4:297, 298; 7:454 
Hoose, Myndert, ensign, 4:298; 7:454 
Hoosick (Hosock), 1:413, 415; 7:596; 9:241 
Hoosick patent, 8:388, 428-29 
Hootelen, Thomas, 7:468 

Hope (ship), 4:686ft; 7:1157; 8:206, 242, 310 
Hopkins, Joseph, capt., col.: 

at Detroit courts of inquiry (1763), 10:730-32, 734-36 

in Detroit siege (1763), 13:319 

Mississippi French troops of, 6:774 

ranger company of, 3:859, 900; 4:148; 10:763n 

Rogers and, 5:764; 6:259n, 318; 12:440, 442, 444, 449, 479 
Hopkins, (son of Stephen Hopkins), 2:262 

Hopkins, Stephen: 

autograph, 9:xii 

on Battle of Lake George, 2:90-91 

on Crown Point campaign importance (1755), 9:226-28 

Crown Point expedition conduct and, 2:260-62 

as governor of Rhode Island, 1:659; 5:589; 9:226n 

Harris leave and, 1:865 

portrait, 9:226 

on Rhode Island gratitude to Johnson, 13:80-81 
Hopkinson, Francis, 3:775 
Hoppe, Matthew, 1:726 
Hopson, Peregrinus Thomas, l:34n 
Horace, quoted, 7:811; 12:1023-24 
Horace, capt., 9:272 

Horn, Simon S, 7:439 
Hornbeck, Cornelius, 3:527, 566, 567, 568 
Hornbeck, Jacob, 3:527, 566, 567 
Home, Parson, see Tooke, John Home 
Horner, James, 12:819 
Horsefall, , ensign, 3:474 

Horses : 

American care of, 13:187, 189, 209 

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boat transport, 8:880 

borrowed, 3:380; 5:280-81 

Canadian meat scarcity, 2:786, 791, 858 

care of Johnson's, 8:858; 9:121 

Claus offering, from Canada, 3:321, 348, 355, 360, 375, 380, 381, 396; 

10:260, 282 
Clinton orders, 1:68, 79, 81; 9:32, 95-96 
curry combs, 13:582, 603 
De Lancey stone horse, 1:240 
Delaware, 4:498 
Denniston farm, 8:443 
in Detroit siege (1763), 10:742 
draft mares, 13:200 
fodder for Lady Susan's (1741), 13:4 
fodder prices, 7:807; 13:184, 633, 634, 635 
fodder rations, 13:193 
Frey order (1763), 13:322 
German Flats raid (1757), 9:856, 859 
harness, 1:190; 3:946; 6:593 
hiring charges: 

(1755), 2:566 

(1756), 2:486-87, 600, 609, 611, 621, 623, 638 

(1757), 13:339, 340, 341 

(1760), 13:184 

(1766), 5:332, 340, 366, 367; 13:397, 398 

(1767), 5:564; 12:370 

(1768), 6:270; 12:667 

(1770), 7:367; 12:857, 85S 

(1771-73), 13:520, 716, 719 
for the hunt, 1:355 
Illinois, 5:330 

Indian sale for ammunition, 7:315 
John Johnson's, 5:478 

Johnson Hall inventory of equipment (1774), 13:648, 649 
on Johnson's Niagara journey (1764), 11:251 
for Johnson's settlers, 8:917 
in Johnson will, 12:1065 
military uses of, 2:14, 71, 149, 155, 213, 216, 265, 275, 321, 406; 4:641; 

9:224, 790 

French, 2:650 

impressment, 3:350; 9:400, 401 

on march, 11:211 
Mohawk (1758), 13:106 

for Niagara (1760), 10:156-57, 159, 160, 162 
Onondaga, 10:370; 12:286 
Oswego relief and, 9:433, 444 
Ottawa, 10:329 
pasturage, 3:298, 557 
Pennsylvanian (1760), 13:182, L83 

Philadelphia provision train ( 1 74S; to Ohio Indians, 1:138 
ploughing with, 13:184, 209 

plunder (Shawnee) of murdered traders, 12:1082, 1084 
plundered and pastured at Fort Johnson (1757), 9:811-12, 821, 822 
pricGS * 

(1760), 13:183, 185 

(1764), 11:356 

(1766), 5:348, 351, 352, 359 

(1768-69), 12:648, 800 
riding equipment charges, 7:694 
Sabbath observance laws, 13:213 
salt to catch, 13:197 
in Sandusky raid (1763), 13:293 

255 



Index 

Horses, 

Seneca, 10:332-33 

settler negotiations for purchase of, 12:1042 

shoe costs, 13:186, 550, 585, 589 

shoeing of, 1:171; 7:12, 104, 350-51; 13:196, 198 

sled transport of, 7:492; 13:501 

in Smallnian account (1766) of trade losses, 12:64 

stable rent (1761), 13:212 

of Susquehanna settlers (1771), 8:226-27 

theft of: 

(1756), 9:396, 404 

(1760), 10:179 

(1761), 3:453, 463, 467, 479, 482, 485-86, 489; 13:201, 227, 236, 238, 

255 268 
(1762)' 10:427, 512, 519, 564 
(1763), 10:797 

(1764), 4:586, 607, 617; 11:451, 458, 498 
(1766), 12:177, 231-32, 240, 623-24; 13:409 
(1767), 5:718, 729 
(1768), 6:99-100, 181, 515 
(1769), 7:185 

(1770), 7:404, 654, 689; 12:822 
(1772), 12:940, 941-42, 967, 1017 
Tryon riding injury, 13:632 
Virginian, 13:205 
Warren estate claim, 13:31 
Washington's purchase of, 2:751m. 
whips, 13:585 
Horsfield, Israel, 4:422 
Horsfield, Timothy, 2:510-13 
Ilorsmanden, Daniel : 

biographical sketch, 4:33n 

Canajoharie land claims and, 10:565, 609 

Canajoharie land for sale, 4:418 

Clinton and, 1:69 

at Albany Council of Provincial |Officers (1775) ; 2:37, 64, 92, 125, 133, 304; 

9:244, 312; 13:70 
demission of, 3:612 

German Flats patent (Sept., 1765) release witness, 11:937-38 
illness, 7:157 

Kayaderosseras and, 4:683 
at Klock trial, 3:672 
land sales (1767), 5:770-71 
Marsh law suit and, 3:901, 922; 4:33 
Mohegan land claims and, 4:459n, 460; 11:258-59 
Pennsylvania Proprietors' land purchases (1768) and, 6:357 
Wappinger hearing, 5:506; 11:735 
Horton, , lieut., 3:65, 73, 75, 99, 104 

Horton, James, 4:375 
Hosack, Hosock, Hossack, see Hoosick 
Hoscot, Jacob, 4:375, 376 
Hosick, Fort, 1:65, 93 
Houbraken, , 1:265 

Houck, , in Lawyer and Zimmer patent, 8:1089 

Hough, Eudolph, 12:739 
Housatonic Indians, see Westenhook Indians 
House, Christian, 5:541 
House, Christina, 11:486 
House, Elias, 3:631 
House, Peter, 7:456 
House, Ury, 12:1068 
Household articles: 
andirons, 4:215 

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basins, 2:587, 618, 637; 7:778, 783 

bed cords, 13:564, 567, 576, 594, 595, 600, 606 

bedpans, 13:658 

bedsteads, 4:260; 7:603 

beeswax, 1:26, 311, 312 

brimstone, 13:5S8 

Brookman furniture order (1763), 4:215, 556, 568 

brooms, 1:311; 13:657 

butter tubs, 13:660 

candles, 1:310; 6:181; 7:623; 8:361; 9:340; 12:716 

Johnson's candlesticks, photograph, 13:652 

spermaceti, 3:957; 6:511; 7:559, 845; 8:114, 476, 603, 850; 12:14; 
13:354, 583, 586, 590, 650 

tallow, 3:919; 6:182 
carpenters' lodging and cooking equipment (1763), 13:283, 305, 307 
carpets, 4:215; 7:337; 13:656, 657, 663, 664 
chairs, 1:230, 249; 3:833, 869; 5:833; 7:337, 778, 783, 845 

Blagge loan, 8:772 

Johnson Hall inventory, 13:652, 654, 655, 656, 657, 662 

rush-bottomed, 5:157 

wheeled, 7:1075 

"Windsor, 8:944 
chalk, 13:335, 556, 560, 573 
chamber pots, 7:846; 9:340; 13:594, 599 
cherrywood furniture, 6:465, 498; 7:608 
chimney piece, 8:801 
churns," 13: 660, 665 
clotheshorses, 13 : 659 
combs, 1:310; 2:568, 569, 5S1, 604, 617; 7:36; 11:821; 13:559, 565, 

567, 699 
compasses, 1:311 
cooking utensils: 

baking troughs, 13:660 

bread graters, 13:659 

chafing dish, 13:659 

cherry voider, 13 : 658 

collanders, 13:659 

cruet stand, 3:875, 956; 4:9 

dripping pan, 5:157; 13:659 

frying pans, 2:571, 587; 5:157; 7:624; 13:543 

kettle disbursement at Niagara Congress (1761), 10:279 

kettle prices (1770), 7:836, 858, 861 

kettle prices (1773), 12:1020 

kettle prices in furs, 10:390; 11:991 

kettle shipments from Campbell, 7:621, 622; 8:2-3; 13:338, 339, 340, 346 

kettle storage by Cartright, 7 : 1030 

kettles in Butler accounts (1766-71), 13:515 

kettles from Darlington (1765), 11:753 

kettles (Indian goods), disbursement (1755-56), 2:570, 5S6, 587, 588, 
593, 594, 606, 617, 621 

kettles in Johnson Hall inventory, 13:650, 651, 658, 659, 660, 664, 665 

kettles in Phyn and Ellice account (1767-68), 13:469, 476 

kettles requested (1758) by Cayugas, 9:927, 929 

kettles requested by Onondagas, ll:361 

kettles for scouts, 2:581 

patty pans, 5:157; 7:777 

pickle stanrl, 7:777 

pie pans, 13:658 

pudding pans, 5:157, 210 

stew pans, 5:157 

spits, 13:659, 664 

teapots, 2:587, 603, 618; 5:4S; 6:182; 7:35; 13:578 

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Index 

Household articles, 

toasters, 13:659, 664 

tureens, 6:182; 13:658 
corks, 8:412 
counterpanes, 5:211 
cradle for Claus's child, 4:21 
crockery: 

in Adems accounts, 13:594, 595, 599 

Argin theft of, 8:611 

butter plates, 7:777 

in Campbell accounts, 13:357, 368, 369, 373 

china flower pots, 7:10 

ehinaware production, 8:184, 293-94 

cups and saucers, 6:182 

Delft, 13:654, 662 

Dutch tiles, 13:657 

earthenware, 7:35; 8:472-73, 478 

fashions (1769), 7:173 

jell cups, 2:571, 587; 7:837, 978 

in Johnson Hall inventory, 13:653-54, 662, 663 

milkpots, 6:182 

mugs, 7:777 

porringers, 2:587 

prices (1770), 7:347, 557, 776-77, 837, 845, 846, 978, 979, 980 

Queensware, 13:654, 658, 662, 663, 664 

sauce boats, 7:777 

water plates, 7:845 
curtains, 13:655, 656, 657, 663 
cutlery, 7:846; 8:114, 851 

in Johnson Hall inventory, 13:647, 648, 653-54, 660, 664 

knives (See Instruments, knives) 

plateware listed, 3:917 

plateware ordered from Darlington, 3:919 

plateware prices (1761), 3:355 

silverware prices (1768), 6:110 

tablespoons, 5:527, 541, 542, 544; 7:558, 845 
desk (Johnson's), photograph, 4:770 
fishhooks, 2:618; 7:623; 11:822 
fountain, 5:402 
furniture bequests in Johnson's will, 12:1065 

Johnson Hall inventory (1774), 13:647-59 
glassware, 7:776; 8:294, 582, 591, 771, 775; 12:992; 13:649 

wine glasses, 6:182; 13:343, 469, 577 
glue, 8:775; 10:639 
hearthstone, 1:311 
hinges, 13:581, 602, 647, 651 
indigo, 1:310; 13:608 

ink, 2:596; 7:276, 623; 8:911; 12:1109; 13:539, 569, 599, 609, 658 
ink stand from Croghan, 4:501 
lampblack, 13:470, 649 
locks, 7:35, 36, 776, 973; 8:307, 471, 771, 775; 9:302; 13:356, 364, 369, 

554, 606, 647 
looking glasses, 7:845; 8:892; 13:472 

as Indian goods, 2:570, 584, 588, 589, 617, 628; 7:621, 824, 837, 838, 
977, 978, 979; 9:562, 564; 10:278; 11:122, 991 

for Johnson (Guy), 8:904 

for Johnson (John), 7:536, 553, 564 

in Johnson Hall inventory, 13:652, 654, 655, 656, 657, 662 
mahogany furniture, 4:93 

mattresses, 7:625, 776; 8:817; 13:655, 656, 657, 663, 664 
milk coolers, 13:660, 665 

moulds, 1:311; 2:630; 7:623; 13:593, 594, 595, 610 
nails, 8:592, 599, 642, 656, 782; 12:992; 13:650 

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in Adems accounts, 13:532-36passim, 544, 545, 546, 549, 5S4, 596, 597, 
598, 607, 612 

in Butler accounts (1765-71), 13:511, 514, 517 

in Campbell accounts (1756-65), 13:337, 338, 341, 342, 343, 344, 348, 
349, 360, 362, 370, 371, 372 

in Phyn and Ellice account (1767-68), 13:470, 480, 481 

prices (1763), 10:639 

prices (1768-69), 7:32, 34, 35 

prices (1770), 7:37, 39, 1037 

prices (1772), 8:629 

prices (1773), 8:771, 775, 784-85 
needles, 2:618; 7:623; 9:562; 10:278; 11:822; 13:351, 371 

darning, 13:559 
paint, 7:730, 778, 824, 903, 904; 8:170-71, 193, 582, 591, 771; 13:512, 

513, 650 

white lead, 12:992; 13:470, 649 
paper, 1:265; 2:596; 7:276, 623; 8:911; 12:1109, 1110; 13:335, 350, 362 

in Adems accounts, 13:539, 561, 569, 578, 609, 611 
pencils, 1:265; 13:580 
pens, 2:596 
pillows, 7:625 
pins, 13:547, 560, 563, 611 
playing cards, 3:936, 957 
pulleys, 13:647 
putty, 13:364 

razors, 2:571, 631; 7:625; 11:822; 13:340, 663 
sash springs, 13:554 

scissors, 1:311; 2:631, 632; 7:35, 40; 9:562, 563; 13:345, 543, 592, 613 
sealing wax, 1:265; 7:623; 11:74 
shaving box, 13:599 
slates, 13:580 

smoothing irons, 13:562, 659, 660, 664 
soap, 1:310; 2:783; 7:623, 776, 825, 846; 8:361; 10:639; 13:539, 553, 

556, 558, 650 
stoves, 7:633 

tablecloths, 7:845; 8:851; 13:658, 66.". 
tables, 13:652, 654, 655, 656, 657, 659, 660, 662, 663, 665 

billiard table, 5:82, 103, 119, 157, 210, 270; 8:92; 13:649 

dining table (Johnson's), photograph, 5:682 
thimbles, 7:35; 13:647 
toothbrushes, 7:1095, 1096 
trunk (hair), 13: fill 
twine, 7:1015 
umbrella, 3:956 
verdigris, 11:822 
whalebone, 13:610 

whitewash brushes, 7:32; 13:470, 560 
window glass, 7:161, 172, 175, 560 
Ilout, Elizabeth, 4:784 
lloutelaas, , 8:501, 526, 553 

Hover, Emanuel, 4:400 
Howard, Joseph : 

Chegotimi trade monopoly, 5:345 

Indian trade indemnities memorial (1763), 4:281; 10:993 
Michili mack inac trade, 5:755-57 
Walker affair, 5:474, 496 
Howard, William, capt., 4:827; 11:809}?; 12:31, 451 
accounts : 

(1764-65), 4:521, 637, 643, 711, 712, 760, 767, 768, 781, 852, 873, 877; 

11:534, 808, 911, 958, 973-74, 977; 13:380 
(1766-67), 5:35, 340, 552, 852; 6:83; 12:213, 218, 226, 306-307, 391 

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Index 

Howard, William, 

Chippewa plans (1765) of attack, 11:739-40, 804-805, 982, 989 

English voyage (1767), 12:391 

on Green Bay trade, 5:363; 12:160 

Indian conferences (June, 1765), 11:804-809, 856, 892 

Indian provisions (1765), 11:589, 806-808, 941 

journal (Nov., 1764- April, 1765), 11:696-98, 869 

Marsac and, 4:803-808 

on Michilimackinac massacre, 4:417 

Miehilimackinac trade and, 4:781-82, 790, 800, 833, 837 

wintering priviliges and, 4:802-803, 810, 815-16, 849, 870-71, 878, 883; 
11:825-29, 879-80, 902, 903, 915, 966, 981; 12:5, 105, 135 

on threat of Indian attack at Michilimackinac (1766), 5:331 

trade opening and, 11:805-806, 814-16 

trade passes and, 5:386, 429, 458; 6:199 

Treasury retrenchment and, 4 : 724-25 
Howatson, , ensign, 4:671, 673 

Howe, , col., 7:927 

Howe, Daniel, 1:188 
Howe, George Augustus, Viscount, 2:799-800, 801; 9:209?i, 858, 888, 891 

autograph, 2:xiii 

portrait, 2:800; 9:950 
Howe, Samuel, capt, 2:202; 9:269 
Howe, William, Lord, 6:405; 13:730 
Howin, , lieut., 3:99 

Hoxsie, Gideon, 4:691; 11:641 
Hoxsley, Benjamin, 4:757 
Hubbard, maj., 2:730 

Hubbard, (of Guilford, Conn.), 4:428 

Hubbard, Bela, 7:170 
Hubbard, John, 2:304, 335; 9:312; 13:70 
Hubbart, Tuthill, 7:69 
Hubbell (Hobble), Nathaniel, capt., 3:56 
Hubert, A. M., 5:134 
Hubert, I., 5:133 
Hudson, , artist, 2:x 

Hudson (Indian), 10:719 
Hudson, John, 4:180 
Hudson, N. Y., newspaper, 7:536n 
Hudson River, 1:224, 432, 484, 623w; 2:647 

Crown Point expedition (1755) and, 1:650, 655, 691, 844, 846-47; 2:62, 131 
178, 339 

Groote Imbogt (Great Bend), 10:886« 

Half Moon on, 9:473, 485, 667 

Iroquois lands and, 3:374, 409-10, 504, 680; 12:531, 538 

Johnson (Warren) trip on, 13:184, 187, 211 

Kayaderosseras claim and, 4:360; 12:531-32, 576 

land sales: 

(1761), 10:311 

(1764), 11:20 

(1765), 11:662 

(1766), 5:124-25, 199 

(1769), 7:306-308 

(1770), 7:131-32, 152-53, 389 

(1771), 8:4-5, 198, 682 

Lydius lands on, 3:749 

Massachusetts-New York boundary and, 8:807 

mission schools on, 4:812-13 

Mohawk claims and, 6:6-7; 12:603-604, 974 

New Hampshire and, 5:23 

Northampton patent and, 12:984 

Sacondaga creek and, 2:558; 9:299 

Schaghticoke lands on, 4:387 

timber lands, 7:497 

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Tryon county and, 8:300 
Hudson's Bay, 8:826; 11:337 
Hudson's Bay Company, 4:267, 7S9, 790; 7:953-54; 12:59 

land grants to, 8:1*075; 10:982-83 
Hudson's Straits, 10:979 
Huff, John, 3:90 
Huffman, see Hoffman 
Hughes, John: 

company for purchase of French land grants, 5:128, 240-41; 12:101-102 
at Easton Council (1756), 2:524, 653 

at Easton Council (1762), 3:761, 773, 774-75, 799, 822-23, 846 
Lancaster Treaty and, 3:827-28 
Hughs, maj., 7:958, 960 

application to succeed Claus, 5:627-28, 636 
Huguet, Father ,7:532,922,923,958 

Hugunine, Abraham, 7:418, 67 5n 
Huld, , capt., 3:90 

Hull, Isaac, 5:171 

Hull of Wallingford, 5:733-34; 6:164 
Humpaumit (Stockbridge Indian), 12:974 
Humphreys, Benjamin, 6:501 
Hun, Mrs. ,8:352 

Hun, Thomas, 7:365, 396, 411, 436, 443, 480; 8:954 
Hund, Peter, 7:807 
Hungary : 

potash manufacture in, 7:259 

Turkey and, 3:681 

woolen trade, 7:429 
Hunn, John, 4:286 
Hunt, , capt., 2:182; 5:538 

Hunt, Benjamin, 6:737 
Hunter, col., 9:267 

ITnnter, , lieut., 9:286 

Hunter, Kobert, 6:247 
Hunter, William, surgeon, 1:716, 864, 867; 2:260 

Byrne (Thomas) and, 8:13 

Frazer and, 4:203 

Johnson toast, 8:858 
Hunter, Fort: 

Amherst at, 3:260 

Dishington marriage plans at, 1:1 

fire (1773), 8:753, 778 

Fort Johnson and, 2:480; 13:187 

garrison (1738), 1:2-3 
(1755), 1:604 
(1756), 2:480, 560, 772-73 
(1758), 10:77 

Indian famine (1760) and, 3:218, 219 

Indian meeting (1761), 3:373 

land sales near, 3:732; 7:1152 

Lottridge (John) at, 9:833 

missionary at, l:6w; 4:16-18, 47-48, 544; 7:265, 544, 566, 841, 876 

Mohawk castle at, l:175n 

Montreal expedition and, 3:249 

Nelson trip (1738) to, 13:3 

officers disciplined (1746) at, 1:61, 62 

Ogden at, 9:921 

rum order (1757), 13:340 

school for, 5:427, 436, 440, 461, 471, 533; 7:145, 169 

Williams command (1756), 9:498, 509 

See also Tionondoroga (Fort Hunter) 
Huntington, Countess of, 4:701 

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Index 

Huntington, lieut., 1:717 

Huntington, Mathew, 1:713 

Huntley, Dr. E., and Peter Johnson, 8:526-27, 842, 867, 1034-35; 12:962, 

1010-11, 1013-14, 1028-29 
Huntsman, x\dam, 11:485 
Huntsman, John, 11:485 
Huntzman, Barbara, 11:486 
Hurd, Wallace, ensign, 7:414, 675n 
Hurd, Wallis, capt., 7:26-27, 101-102 
Hurlbut, Philo, 8:1214 
Huron (vessel), 10:732 
Huron, Lake: 

Chippewas on, 8:501 

Croghan on settlement (1761) of, 3:302 

Detroit siege (1763) and, 10:738 

exploration (1761), 10:285, 294, 319; 13:228 

French settlement plans (1749), 1:910 

Indian tribes on, 11:203 

Iroquois land claims, 10:972 

Matehidas (Machidash) near, 12:1028; 13:447 

Michilimackinac trade and, 6:51; 13:447 

Missisaugas at, 1:909; 4:192 

murder of Sinclair's servant at, 5:590, 600-601, 613, 659 

navigability of, 3:502, 523; 11:341; 13:290 

road to Lake Ontario, 5:492 

trade north of, 3:969; 5:525, 536, 566; 6:185-S6; 12:247, 411; 13:423 

vessels kept by English on, 4:299, 309; 12:723 
Huron River, 11:740 
Hurons, Indians: 

bell request, 6:83, 87; 7:703; 8:469; 12:424, 922 

Bradstreet Treaty (1764) and, 4:503, 507, 530, 531, 544, 547-49: 11:328-33. 
341 

Campbell present disbursement and, 11:898, 939 

Chenussio Council (1762) and, 3:699 

Chenussio war belts betrayed (1761) by, 10:324 

Cherokees and, 3:496, 498; 7:163, 652 

Claus invitation (1767), 5:635 

condolence ceremony (1764), 11:503 

Croghan reported killed (1765) by, 11:855 

Detroit conference (Croghan, Nov., 1767), 13:440, 442 

Detroit conference (Lernoult, Aug., 1774), 13:666, 693 

Detroit murder (1768) of, 12:508 

Detroit-Niagara attack plans (1763), 10:867, 872, 891 

Detroit numbers (1761) of, 3:501 

Detroit settlement and, 7:1149 

Erie Lake settlement, 13:248-49, 258, 259 

expenses in behalf of, 5:96; 6:548; 12:798, 1001, 1017; 13:707, 713 

Fort Chartres conference (Croghan, Aug.-Sept,, 1766), 13:408-10, 413 414 

at Fort Ontario Congress (1766), 5:338; 12:28, 169 

Fort Pitt conference (Croghan, June, 1776), 5:159; 
13:406-407 

Fort Pitt conference (Croghan, Oct., 1773), 12:1048 

French sympathies, 11:281; 13:320 

interpreter for, 12:804 

Iroquois peace belts (1772) to, 8:587 

Jesuit escort to Detroit (1761), 3:416 

Jesuit land dispute at Lorette, 8:866-67; 13:623, 624-27, 628-30 717-18 
Tryon appeal, 13:631, 6?>2n 

Johnson messages (1764), 4:437, 448-49; 11:176-80, 191-92, 216-17, 227-28 
233 

Johnson message (1771), 8:16, 469 

Kayashuta embassies (1773-74) to. 8:1105; 12:1044-46, 1055-56. 1091-93- 
13:686 

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location and fighting numbers (1763), 4:243, 244 

medals for, 7:129 

message to Western Indians (1763), 3:273n; 4:180 

Mohawks and, 3:500, 701, 704; 10:814; 12:122 

Murray message (1764), 11:197 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 11:246, 275, 276, 281-83, 289, 325, 326 
treaty, 4:485-87, 491, 509, 511, 512; 11:337, 338, 343 

Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:471-72, 474, 481-82, 488-89, 490, 491. 
494-500; 12:1056, 1091-92; 13:251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256-57, 258 

Onondaga Congress invitation (1772), 12:1050 

Onondagas and, 10:933 

Ottawas and, 3:494; 4:213, 422, 482, 495; 10:872, 974; 11:283 

peace negotiations (1764), 4:447, 482, 628-29, 664; 11:588 
treaty draft, 4:485-87 

Piankashaws and, 7:955 

Pontiac submission and, 5:76; 11:989 

Presque Isle attack (1763), 10:734-36 

prisoner return (1764), 11:326 

Quebec conference (Claus, 1769), 13:488 

Quebec conference (Claus, 1772), 8:525 

Quebec group, 10:792, 806-807 

Lake Huron emigration, 13:624 

Eamsay murders and, 8:551-52, 562 

Saguenay Indians and, 5:729 

Sandusky attack (1763), 10:730 

Sandusky murder (1766) of, 12:115, 123 

Scioto Council (1768), 13:437-38, 440 

Scioto Council (1769), 7:184 

Shawnee messages (1774) with English scalps, 13:686-87 

Shawnee trader warning (1773), Pittsburgh conference on, 12:1034 1035 
36, 1046, 1047 

smith for, 3:915; 10:560 

Stump murder condolence, 12:472 

Susquehanna Cndian refuge among (1769), 7:316 

Verchere and, 7:29, 159 

Villiers message (1763), 10:819-21 

Wabash Indian embassy (1773), 12:1034, 1047, 1092 

war belts (1769), 7:1 19 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:7 

Wlieelock school, 8:726, 743-44 
Ilurter, Lorenz, 3:343 
Hurtibre, P., 5:134 
Husk, f 4:417; 7:686 

Fluster, Jacob (son of), 4:783 
Hntchenson, Ezekial Baker, 7:432 
Hutchenson, Florence, 11:486 
Eutchins ( Lahalapoweg — Delaware), 11:459 
Hut eli ins, John (Iroquois), 11:660 
Hutchins (Hutchens), Thomas, ensign: 

biographical sketch, 10:521;/ 

on Bouquet expedition, 4:798, 836; 11:867 

Croghan expedition (1765) and, 11:913, 919-20 

at Fort Pitt (Dec, L768), 12:680 

Gorrell visit (1762), 10:706, 713 

Great Lake exploration tour (1762), 3:733, 875, 890, 914, 936 965 987- 
4:62; 10:452, 453, 559 ' 

journal, 10:521 29, 543, 568, 651 
map, 4:62, 399, 403; 5:22Sn; 11:129 

Illinois Country map, 6:90 

map (1762), 10:522 

Ohio Country map, 11:866 

Perm and, 6:110 

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Index 

Hutchins, Thomas, ensign, 

salary, 3:300 

on Smallman. captivity (1764), 11:169 
Hutchinson, , trader (1759), 13:240 

Hutchinson, Samuel, 7:423, 432 
Hutchinson, Gov. Thomas, 1:262-63; 9:285 

biographical sketch, l:263w 

Franklin (Benjamin) and, 8:1061 

French battle order and, 2:171-73 

government orders (1770), 7:914 

History of Massachusetts Bay, 6:475 

Kirkland and, 8:229-31, 282-83; 12:912-13, 918-19, 928, 929 

Massachusetts governorship, 7:629 

portrait, 13:912 

recall to England (1774), 8:1071 
Hutchison, Solomon, 6:642; 7:432 
Huxham, Dr. , 5:774 

Huyck, Andreas, 1:188 
Huyck, Casper, 4:298; 7:454 
Huyck, Cruger, Jr., 13:639 
Huyn, , capt., 4:536 

Hyard, Leond, 11:485 
Hyde (packet), 4:720; 5:312; 7:285 
Hyder, John, 3:843 
Hyder Ali (Heyder Ally), 7:180, 181 
Hylton, (rum dealer), 8:656 

Hyllyard, Nathaniel, see Hillyer, Nathaniel 
Iagrea (Indian), 2:452, 454 
Ibbitt, Moses, 4:858; 8:334, 471; 12:1063rc 

in Adems accounts (1769-73), 13:538, 543, 54S, 550, 555, 556, 559 -64passim, 
576, 584, 585, 587, 590, 601, 606 

in Johnson patents, 12:787, 819, 959, 988 

witness to Johnson's will, 12:1063, 1075, 1076 
Iberville, Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur d', 6:572n 
Iberville River: 

fortification, 5:681; 11:8 

navigability, 6:196; 8:195 

occupation of Fort Chartres and, 11:881, 987 

trade, 13:413 
lee family, as prisoners, 11:486-87 
Ice, Frederick, see Eice, Frederick 
Ice, John, see Ece, John 
Idig, Christian, 7:808 
Ienesego Indians, 10:175 
Ilchester, Stephen Fox Strangways, first Earl of : 

Canajoharie patent and, 4:768; 11:758, 787; 13:328-29 

daughter's marriage, 13:328 

Oneida land purchase, 8:232, 311, 316, 707, 724, 754; 12:637, 697, 753-54, 
766, 907 
He de Gallop, see Gallop, He de 
Ileas (Oneida), 9:412 
Illinois country: 

boundaries, 5:120 

Bouquet expedition and, 4:618 

cession (1763), 10:652; 11:725-26, 840, 850, 853, 900-901, 943-44, 961; 
12:16, 53-56, 176-77, 238-39 

Couagne in, 1:325 

colonization proposal, 4:363, 886-89; 5:vii, 27, 37-38, 110, 127, 196-97, 313 
331, 336, 365, 371-72, 475; 6:92; 8:340 
advantages laid before English ministry, 5:319-30; 6:86-87; 12:101-102 

107-108, 136, 140, 141, 165, 178, 236-37, 436, 511-12, 727-28 
boundary, 5:328-29 
company to purchase French land grants, 5:127, 128-30, 196-97, 240-41, 

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276, 329; 12:101-102 

French, 6.157 

government centres, 12:415, 465; 13:413 

outpost maintenance and, 11:8; 12:512 

Phyn estimate of, 6:193-97 
Croghan expedition (176.3), 4:625-26, 640-41, 646, 706-707, 741, 742, 760, 

767, 770, 774, 777, 785-86, 792, 793, 809, 816, 825, 832, 836, 837, 847-48, 

849, 850, 860, 869, 872, 873, 886-89; 5:8, 10, 22, 45; 11:810-11, 843, 

861, 867-68, 877, 880, S96, 900-901 

French view of, 4:762, 765 

Pontiac meeting, 4:858, 862; 11:743-44, 804, 839 

instructions for, 11:629-30, 665, 666-67, 681, 790 
Croghan expedition of 1766, 5:17-20, 68-69, 76, 80, 92, 108, 111, 120, 123, 

146, 200, 201, 216, 225, 228, 239-40, 278, 289, 305, 362, 363 

instructions, 12:80-83 

report to Johnson (Jan., 1767), 13:406-15 

treaty, 5:469, 486; 12:176-77, 238, 264; 13:397-99, 407-10 
French Cherokee prisoners (1756) in, 9:574 
French fortification (1771), 8:259, 261, 278, 2S5 
French Indian alliance proposal (1771), 8:339-40 
French inhabitants, 4:792; 5:573; 10:6, 179, 723 
French influence (1764), 4:570, 585, 620, 622, 625, 626, 639, 742, 839; 

5:120, 122; 11:229-30 

(1765), 11:697-98, 716 

(1766), 5:362-63, 368; 13:407 

(1771), 8:190, 202, 339-40 

(1773), 8:779 
French-Spanish collaboration (1768) in, 12:601-603 
French trade, 3:200, 935, 941, 961; 4:625, 779, 793, 816; 8':418. 441. 480. 

491; 10:131, 133, 543, 567, 568; 11:840; 13:410-13 
Hutchins map, 6:90 

Indian Affairs jurisdiction, 3:552; 11:604, 626-27, 628-29, 968 
Indian Affairs reorganization plan (1764) and, 11:377 
Indian tribute proposal, 4:433, 445; 11:223 

Johnson plan for possession of, 11:495-96, 509, 519, 520, 618, 628, 838 
Mississippi River and, 4:453; 10:652; 13:203 
Murray land purchases in, 8:844-45, 886, 898, 905, 931-32, 1076, 1104, 

1136-37 
proclamation (1774) forbidding unauthorized survey or patent of Indian 

lands, 8:1076, 1136-37 
settlement of, 3:523 
trade opening, Croghan on significance of, 4:886-89; 11:634 (See also 

Ohartres, Fort, trade) 
See also Chartres, Fort; Gage, Fort; Illinois Indians; and see specific 

place names 
Illinois Company, 8:1136ft. See also Murray 
Illinois Indians: 

Bradstreet expedition and, 11:341 

Caghnawaga murder (1769), 7:112 

Cherokees and, 3:329, 336-37, 346; 12:690 

Chippewa capture of Michilimackinac (1763), 10:781, 782 

Croghan on llic four confederacies of, 4:886-87 

Detroit, 3:258, 323; 4:278, 434 

Fort Miami and, 3:301 

French sympathies, 3:512, 520; 4:169. 295; 10:652; 11:229-30 (See also 

Illinois country, French influence in) 
Iroquois and, 2:796; 3:405; 4:275 :<!; 7:291; 8:22.-,; 11:838, s .|(i; 13:408 
Kickapoos and, 8:225, 251, 66] 
land claims, 4:S88-89; 11:900-901 

English colonization purchaser, 5:128 30, 240 II, 276-78 324 
location and fighting numbers (1763), 4:245 
Ottawa intelligence of (1761), 3:332, 336-37 

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Index 

Illinois Indians, 

peace offers (1765), 4:650 

Pontiae and, 4:482-83, 675, 677; 5:278-79; 7:957; 11:744-45, 818-20 
Rogers alliances among, 12:441 
rumored murder of French officers and, 3:414-16 
Sakis and, 10:708 

Seneca land sales (1766) and, 5:241-42 
Shawnees and, 8:406, 661, 688-89 
Sioux and Fox hostilities (1767), 13:438 
threat of general Indian war (1771), 8:141-42 
tribute payment proposal, 4:433, 445; 11:223 
Villiers message (1763), 10:819-21 

Wabash Indians and, 3:222; 4:482-83; 5:561-62; 8:251-52, 779 
See also specific tribal names 
Illinois Eiver, 6:196; 8:845; 11:377; 12:585 

French trade on, 5:489, 657; 6:194; 12:236; 13:411 
Imes (Innes, Jones), Richard, 1:4 
Inilay, John and William, 8:79 
Import Acts, Q:ix 

Inayenqueraghto (Onondaga sachem), 11:709 
Inehannando River, see Nowadaga Creek 
Independent Befiector, The (newspaper), l:832n; 2:451 
India, 6:499; 7:1074; 8:434, 725 
India company, see East India company 
Indian Affairs Commission, l:9n, 19, 27m; 9:125; 11:572 
accounts, 1:424; 9:15-31 
Albany Congress (June, 1754), l:237n, 263n, 398, 404, 421n, 426, 451n: 

9:130, 143-44, 146, 155; 10:845-46 
Canadian Iroquois invitations (1755), 9:161-62 
Clinton Indian Council (1746), 9:73 
Clinton list (1752), 1:383 
De Lancey order to dissolve (1755), 1:826 
funds, 1:32, 82, 256, 424, 439; 9:123 

Iroquois refusal of Logstown invitation (1753), 13:23-24 
Iroquois view of, 9:108, 836; 11:137; 13:25 

Johnson commission (July, 1753) to convene Onondaga Council, 13:26-27 
Johnson's resignation, 1:314, 322-23, 324-25, 326n, 339-44 
New York Act to appoint (1770), 7:357 
Wraxall as secretary of, 9:212« 
Indian Affairs Department: 

Acadian Department, (See Indian Affairs Department, Canadian Agency, 

infra) 
ic counts * 

(1755), 1:569, 769-70; 2:309-10, 360, 377 
(March 1755-October 1756), 2:566-646 
(1756-57), 9:644-58, 678-79, 722 
(1758), 9:907, 969-70; 10:2, 56, 89 

(November 1758-December 1759), 3:149-82, 183, 185-86, 395-96 
(1760), 3:997; 10:195-96, 197-98 

(1761), 3:449, 501, 503, 505, 547, 550, 553, 565, 571, 575, 581-82, 594, 
597, 600, 601, 605; 10:243, 277-78, 284, 285, 286, 290, 293, 297, 306, 
308, 348 
(1762), 3:549, 631-33, 643, 657, 662-63, 733, 820, 821-22, 824, 858-61, 

963, 965, 978-79, 985-86; 10:471, 496, 508 
(1763), 4:70, 81-82, 209, 217, 221, 255; 10:654-55, 660-61, 662-63, 670, 

688, 866, 882, 883, 912, 924 
(1764), 4:297, 301, 304-305, 315, 332, 364, 370-71, 373, 378, 391, 406, 
409, 415, 423, 431, 438-39, 447-48, 520, 523, 546, 583, 606, 617, 647; 
11:100-101, 164-65, 171-72, 200, 217-18, 245, 375, 384, 470-71, 474, 
491, 520-21, 541-52, 570 
(1765), 4:665-66, 667-68, 702-704, 705, 720, 722, 724, 780, 799, 827, 
830-31, S37-38, 851, 852, 859, 862, 873, 880; 11:702, 717, 749, 799, 
843-44, 845, 892, 910, 930, 958-59, 976, 977-78, 986 

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(1766), 5:75-76, 92, 139, 195, 200, 275-76, 333, 346-47, 367, 371, 386-87, 

392, 395; 12:75-76, 100, 117, 135, 143, 153, 206, 213, 218, 220, 225, 

239 
(1767), 5:472, 478, 516, 525, 534, 535-36, 559, 601, 660, 678, 698-99, 

702-703, 748-55, 770, 796, 851-52; 12:292, 298-99, 377, 378-79 
(1768), 6:83, 86-87, 115, 176-77, 184, 187, 198, 229, 230-31, 233, 312-13, 

314-15, 322, 326, 331-32, 454, 458-59, 519, 524, 532, 541; 12:415, 

423-24, 429-30, 471, 555, 556-57, 588-89, 636, 640-49, 665-68, 672 
(1769), 6:333, 709, 777, 780; 7:19, 151-52, 160-61, 236-38, 262-63, 298, 

299-300, 317, 319; 12:701, 727, 730-39, 755, 758-65, 797-800 
(1770), 7:340, 343, 385-86, 4S7, 568, 633, 706, 721-22, 752, 767-68, 

769-70, 778, 794-95, 799, 801, 872-73, 894, 911, 994, 1016, 1077, 1121, 

1146; 12:800-806, 813, 852, 856-58, S63-71, 897-98 
(1771), 8:39, 46, 67, 70, 282, 287, 295; 12:89S-903, 920-27, 944-46 
(1772), 8:453, 479, 481-82, 492, 507, 599-600, 617, 620, 636, 641, 661; 

12:946-49, 998-1004, 1015-17 
(1773), 8:753, 766, 774-75, 901, 904, 905, 913, 941-42; 12:1018-22, 

1103-1104 
(1774), 8:1090-97, 1105, 1117, 1118, 1136, 1166, 1167, 1170-71, 1202; 

12:1105-1106, 1120-21; 13:6S2, 685-86, 687, 690, 694, 696, 700 
(1775), 8:1206-1207 
(1776-1788), 8:1214-15; 13:732-33 
Amherst vouchers, 11 : 193 
anonymous debtor (1769-71), 7:31-40 
Baynton, Wharton & Morgan against the Crown, for Fort Pitt (March, 

1769), 6:654-67 
Baynton, Wharton and Morgan account for Fort Chartres (Sept. 13, 

1768), 3:366-94 
Baynton, Wharton & Morgan statement (June, 1766) 5:246-62, 264, 265, 

270-71, 333, 344, 396, 565 
Duncan, Phyn and Ellice (July, 1766), 5:297-300, 316-18 
Canadian agency, 3:446; 4:723, 745-46, 760, 782; 5:viii 
commissary, 8:365 
Gorham's deputyship, 5:493, 575-78, 771, 7S9, 851; 7:75-76, 90-91, 

380; 8:848-49 
Manager appointment (1774), 8:1103, 1109 
Nova Scotia jurisdiction, 11:756; 12:195-98, 379, 724 
Superintendcncy proposal (1772), 8:525 
(See also Claus, Daniel) 
Deputy service: 

(1756-58), 2:804, 812; 9:470-71, 490, 538 
(1762), 3:604-605, 859, 876-77; 4:208; 10:465, 489, 519-20 
(1768), 3:327, 329, 334, 340-41, 353-54, 356, 363, 548, 
(1769), 6:632; 7:90-91, 105-106 
(1772), 8:417-18, 441, 480, 491-92 
(1773), 8:951-52, 97S-79, 1015-16 
Canada reduction (1760) and, 13:164 
number permitted, 11:756 
(See also individual deputies) 
financial resources: 

colonial charge proposal (1764), 6:277 

fund establishment requests, 1:521-22, 541; 2:412, 434-36 

Government allowance (1769), 7:152, 160, 189, 206, 209, 210 659 

Johnson's estimate of Departmenl expenses (1768), 6:340-41 ' 

Johnson's scheme for meeting expenses (1764), 4:556-63, 565-67 

Southern allotment (1768), 12:554 

Treasury retrenchments : 

(1763), 10:857 

(1765), 4:667-68, 696, 699-700, 702-704, 707, 709 722 724 737-38 
780, S61; 5:vU, 17, 94, 386-87; 11:604-605, 626, 651-52, 681, 687! 
749, 844, 891-92, 910 ' ' ' 

(1766), 5: vii, 17, 94, 386-87; 12:15, 16, 117 

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Indian Affairs Department, 

(1767), 5:535-36, 547-48, 751, 754, 755; 12:308, 359 

(1768), 6:x, 281, 303, 313, 332, 346-47, 353-54, 356; 12:554, 674, 681 

(1769), 6:653-54, 694, 709, 742; 12:717, 726 

(1770), 7:295, 328, 343, 361-62, 376-77, 412-13, 539-40, 606-607, 659, 

706, 707-708, 721-22, 731-32, 790, 988, 991; 12:769-70, 786 
(1773), 8:951-52, 978-79 
Fort Pitt Department (See Indian Affairs Department, Western Division) 
Illinois jurisdiction, 3:552; 11:604, 626-27, 628-29, 968 
Indian boundary line and, 11:348 (See also Land, Indian boundary line) 
Indian passports (1757), 9:628-29, 722, 781, 804, 852 
(1758), 9:907 
(1760), 10:198 
(1762), 10:482-83 
(1763), 10:862, 942-43 
Johnson's memorial to the King (1766), 5:ix, 233, 267, 288, 313-14 
Personnel : 

Amherst reductions of staff, 3:277-78, 304, 329, 331-32, 350, 352-54, 375, 
606, 611, 622, 627, 717-18, 730, 741, 742, 858, 876-77, 914; 10:232, 
475, 489, 560 
increases under reorganization plans (1764), 11:377 
Lydius employment in, 1:84, 110, 114, 131-33, 168, 314, 808, 815, 826; 

2:2* 9 :44 
physicians,' 4:638, 867, 876; 8:600, 847-49; 12:640, 730, 764, 805, 871, 

903, 927, 949, 1004, 1022 
salaries (See Salaries, Indian Affairs employees) 
Scioto Eesident appointment (1772), 12:943 
secretary for, 2:515-16, 524-25 
staff lists, 5:362, 387, 442-46, 540 

(See also Indian Affairs Department, Deputy service, supra; Indian 
Affairs Department, Western Division, personnel, infra; Interpreters; 
Scouts; Smiths) 
Policies : 

alliance against French (1754), 9:125-32, 146, 165-66 
boundary line ("Limitation of Country") proposal (1757), 2:737 (See 
also Land, Indian boundary line) 

of conciliation (1763), 4:204, 208, 209, 255, 258-59, 274-77, 281-83 
consolidation of confederacies, 9:371-72, 398, 785-86, 840, 882, 884, 962; 

10:226 
division of confederacies, 4:279-80, 296, 308, 331, 368, 395, 767, 787; 
5:234, 449; 7:29, 98, 108, 131, 151, 155, 163, 171, 264, 294-95, 319, 
328, 380, 652-53, 852-53, 855, 1053, 1121, 1131-32; 11:830, 838, 842, 
893, 905; 12:21 

English sentiments on, 7:540, 541-42, 1148; 8:96, 233, 758 
French, 9:785-86; 12:487 
Iroquois-Western Indian breach, 11:617, 786-87, 811, 824; 12:729, 

769-70, 852, 881-82; 12:1116 
Johnson (Guy) on, 8:1193; 13:680 
Shawnee-Delaware threat (1773), 8:837, 843, 890 
Western alliance against English, 8:x, 253, 640, 1146 
of French and English, contrasted, 4:239, 275, 416, 629, 665, 872; 5:3, 
479-80; 9:126, 132; 10:246, 461, 464, 881; 11:164, 586, 701; 12:73-74 
Johnson on English neglect of, 4:249-50; 9:66 

Johnson invited to formulate (1754), 1:417, 426, 429-34; 9:123-24 
Lords of Trade approval (1763-64), 4:240, 362-63, 396-98, 419, 462-65 
recommendations (See individual authorities, e.g., Gage, Thomas) 
of reprisal (1764-65), 4:288-89, 296, 402, 464-65, 809; 11:201; 13:325/i 
(See also specific expeditions of reprisal against Indians, e.g., Can- 
estio Indians, Montour expedition against) 
Eoyal Proclamation (1763), 4:214, 232, 255-56, 267, 272, 274, 289 290 

297, 299, 307-308; 10:973, 976-85, 988; 11:20, 31, 34, 97, 117, 120 
and trade violations, 5:449, 451-52, 469, 481-82, 420-24, 520-24, 525, 537, 

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552, 556, 559, 564, 566-67, 573, 653-59, 667, 724, 738, 739, 763 (See 
also Trade, commissary system) 
present disbursement and: 
(1759), 10:131-32, 134-35 
(1760), 10:138, 144, 148-49, 176, 189 
(1761), 3:515, 593, 594, 597-98; 10:92, 117, 138, 189, 244-46, 255, 

257-58, 262, 277-79, 284, 286-87, 288-89, 290, 291, 306, 307, 348, 

698« 
(1762), 3:599-601, 645, 675, 733, 734, 741, 744, 758; 10:354-55, 427, 

448-49, 450, 461-65, 524, 525, 526, 527, 528, 529, 548-49, 597-98, 

624 
(1763), 4:6-7, 62, 253, 274-76, 281-83; 10:612-13, 615, 625, 647, 649, 

652, 654, 657-59, 684, 717, 857-58, 880, 944, 953-54, 956; 11:127 
(1764), 4:397, 420, 445, 463, 546, 563, 618, 625; 11:18-19, 326-27, 

365-66, 377 
(1765), 4:699, 748, 777, 779, 831, 887; 11:535-36, 545, 806, 892, 

893 898-99 939 
(1766)', 5:76, 80, 146, 261, 280, 312-13; 13:411 
(1767), 5:576, 577, 698-99 

colonial administration and, 6:281, 313, 652-53, 709; 7:15; 12:937-38 
commissaries and, 6.x, 298-99, 332, 347, 603, 680-81; 7:14; 9:128; 

12:583-84 
French, 4:6; 8:1007-1008, 1016, 1032; 9:372, 573, 596-98, 599, 791; 

10:131, 132, 133, 189, 448-49, 461, 504, 535, 684, 702; 11:21, 279, 

365-66 
Loudoun and, 9:524, 527, 529, 538, 542, 679 
non-importation agreements (1770) and, 7:655, 659, 706, 707-708, 

755, 768-69, 785, 840; 12:814, 822 
as reward for information, 7:55-56 
Rogers' plan on, 6:49-50 
Virginia (1755), 9:205 
Reorganization plans: 
(1761), 13:243 

(1764), 4:420-21, 454-55, 462-63, 465, 565, 570, 575, 576, 620, 622, 624- 
25; 11:348, 377, 383, 393-94, 481, 495, 520-21; 13:325 




910, 930-31, 980, 986 
(1766), 5:22, 16, 17, 24, 55, 216, 286, 303, 416-17, 442-46, 447-49; 

12:16, 18, 23, 88, 131 
(1767), 5:475, 541, 661 
(1768), 6:565 
Secretaryship : 

Albany clerkship ami, 4:636-37; 11:528, 529-30; 13:179-80 

candidates (1762), 10:352, 355-56, 433-34, 435-36, 438 

candidates (1765), 4:635 ; 11:930; 13:678ra 

candidates (1774), 8:1146 

Ghew appointment, ll:277n; 13:678 

Crown officer status of, 8:952 

record-keeping, 1:797; 2:51-52; 3:105; 6:310; 7:527; 9:84; 11:584: 

12:551-52 ' 

records destroyed by burial in Revolution, 13:732-33 
stationery expenses ( 176!) 72), 12:735, 802, 869, 1002 
Wraxall appointment | L755), 1 :467-68; 9:212n 
(See also individual Secretaries, i.e., Johnson, Guy; Marsh, Witham: 

Shuckburgh, Dr. Richard; Wraxall, Peter) 
Southern Division policies, 3:600, 4:279, 296; 6:277, 280-81 313 693-95- 

8:951, 978; 11:15, 127, 604, 802-803, 968; 12:54-56 
Superintemleney : 

Canadian Manager appointment of Campbell, 12:1114: 13-646 691 

698, 720, 730 ' ' ' ' 

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Index 

Lndian Affairs Department, 

Canadian proposals, 8:525; 11:342, 615, 699, 755-57, 775 

Claus application (1776), 13:728-30 

colonial criticism of, 11:571-72 

correspondence between authorities, 4:181; 5:448, 525; 10:952 

division between Northern and Southern, 2:309, 389-90, 392, 437-38, 

485, 558, 772 
Iroquois view of, 9:938; 10:677-78 
Johnson (John) appointment (1782), 13:733 
Johnson's commission for, 1:465-66, 521-22, 524, 808, 815, 826, 853-54, 

895; 2:x, 2, 36, 51, 65, 77, 112-13, 373, 378; 3:684, 899, 953-54; 

5:21; 6:310>i; 9:175, 184-85, 188, 194, 252, 331, 385, 399; 13:58-59, 

79 
Johnson's royal appointment (1756) to, l:421n; 2:434-37, 484, 508, 

557; 3:476,480, 484; 4:611 
Johnson's summary (1755-1760), 3:269-75 
Michilimackinac command subordination to, 12:1-2, 9-10, 17-18, 21, 100, 

161-62; 13:380 
military responsibilities and, 1:886; 2:283, 338, 351; 9:427-28 
Narragansett controversy and, 11:639, 640, 642-43 
Niagara surrender (1759) and, 13:117 
Pownall admonitions (1755) on, 9:283-84 

resignation from, 3:269-75; 9:828-29, 836-37, 839; 10:323-24; 11:S92 
rumor of Johnson's removal from, 5:547, 556; 11:546 
succession on Johnson's death, 4:#i; 8:x, 813-14, 1128-30, 1185, 1187, 

1188, 1192, 1194, 1198; 12:1101-1102, 1123; 13:637, 640, 642, 668, 

669, 674-75, 688, 690, 697, 728, 733 (See also Johnson, Guy) 

Ohio Indians and, 13:687 

Onondaga Council and, 13:678 
unauthorized councils, 2:403-404, 78S-89, 829, 844, 850; 3:976-77; 5:453, 

469; 7:222, 533; 9:523, 527, 559-60, 564-65, 583, 869, 892; 10:300- 

301, 307, 395-96, 449; 12:161, 184, 193-94, 199, 236-37, 247, 353-54, 

355-56, 382 
trade authority, 4:24, 42, 45-46 

abandonment of, 6:x, 281, 314, 321, 332, 346-47, 353-54, 356, 362-63, 

479, 486-87, 488, 512, 522-23, 537, 602-603, 623, 632, 653, 669, 775- 

56; 7:78, 86, 89-90, 702; 8:29, 951; 12:512, 564, 609-10, 631 
commissary appointments, 4:561, 624, 647, 716, 725, 785, 798, 811, 827, 

845; 5:32, 35, 66-67, 80-81, 94, 109, 110, 135, 146, 194-95, 201, 226- 

27, 278, 303, 337, 370, 442, 540, 709, 747; 8:365; 9:128; 12:413-14, 

523-24, 554, 937 
commissary general proposal, 5:457-58, 469 
commissary powers and limitations, 5:384, 399, 404-406, 469, 516-18, 

522-23, 535, 537, 541, 547-48, 552, 559, 564, 573, 632-34, 651-52, 

689-91, 696-97, 727, 731, 777, 815, 818, 850; 6:82, 113, 146, 199, 205, 

332, 494-95; 7:14; 8:37, 617, 1005-1007 
(See also individual names of commissaries, traders and trading posts) 
Transactions : 

Abercromby report (1758) to Pitt, 2:838-41 

correspondence (1749-1754) relating, 1:908-20 

journal (1755), 9:217-21 

journal (1756), 2:478, 561 

journal (1757), 9:585-93, 595-96, 605-607, 610-11, 614, 616-23, 625-27, 

628-34, 638, 665-70, 682-83, 689, 693-96, 697-98, 720-21, 722, 726, 

767-68, 779-82, 787, 788-92, 794-99, 802-808, 809-11, 831-53; 13:100- 

101 
journal (1758), 9:914-15, 942-44, 945-46, 963-66; 10:11-13, 21, 31-33, 

37-39, 43, 49, 51-53, 57-62, 63-64, 65-76, 79-80; 13:104-108, 110-13 
journal (1759), 10:85-89, 97-99, 105-107 
journal (1761), 10:216-29, 236-42 
journal (1762), 10:356-71, 386-88, 409-15, 428, 431-32, 436-37, 439-40, 

442-49, 549, 555-56 

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journal (1763), 10:649-51, 720-26, 766-76, 794-S02, 828-55, 891-900 

journal (1764), 11:24-35, 45-50, 57-58, 108-15, 180-89, 204-209, 233-37, 
250-54 358-62 483 512-15 

journal (1765), 11:553-56, 593-98, 615-20, 657-62, 705-11, 766-72, 817-23, 
962-63, 984-86 

journal (1766), 12:61-62, 94-97, 121-27, 137-39, 167-70, 183-85, 225, 
240-45 

journal (1767), 12:258-61, 269-76, 303-306, 321, 331-33, 344-46, 348-49, 
361-65, 268-72, 385-90, 393-96 

journal (1768), 12:451-52, 456-5S, 502-504, 655-56/670-71 

journal (1769), 12:68S-90, 693-95 

journal (1770), 12:836-37 

journal (1771), 12:911-12 

summary (1756-58), 2:884-86 

summary for Loudoun (1757), 9:824-30 

summary for Abercromby (175S), 9:901-906 
Western Division: 

accounts transferred to Fort Pitt command (1763), 10:859 

correspondence on "bad disposition" of Indians (1763), 4:95-100 

establishment at Fort Pitt, 3:446-47, 549-50, 551-52, 574, 860-61 

personnel (1761), 3:300-301, 304, 551-52 

personnel, 3:860-61, 875, S76-77, 931, 965, 987; 4:256-57, 272, 575, 701- 
702; 5:100-102; 6:633 
See also Indians; specific tribes, e.g., Iroquois; and specific events, e.g., 

Susquehanna purchase 
Indiana Company, 13:406n 

Indian Conferences, see specific Indian groups and specific meeting-places 
Indians: 

Albany abuse of (1763), 4:43-44 

ax-removal ceremony, 1:726; 6:138n 

beds of boiled skins, 13:201 

buck horns as sign of chief dom, 3 : 763 

buffalo-neck shields, 12:80 

burial customs, 7:727, 832, 975-76; 8:248; 13:190, 204 (See also Indians, 

condolence ceremony, infra) 
calumet or peace-pipe, 3:853; 10:477 

Catawba, 9:950-51 

Cherokee, 2:862; 9:847, 959; 12:395 

Chippewa, 3:454, 455, 491, 499; 10:321; 11:202, 739, 805; 12:558; 
13:257 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1756), 9:373, 376-77 

head-shaped, 7:294 

Illinois Indian offer to Iroquois, 11:841, 846, 847-50, 877 

of Joncaire, 11:403 

Miami, 5:546-47 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:472-73, 478; 11:267-68, 273, 275, 283 
285, 298, 300; 304, 306 ... 

Ottawa, 4:151; 10:362, 738, 783; 13:289-90 

Shawnee, 11:823; 12:1049 

stone carving of, 1:9.", 1 
Canadian nations listed, 3:273n 
cannibalism incident, 12:971' 
canoe fleets, 1:100, 584, 894, 918; 2:654 
certificates of friendship, 11:277, 306, 325-26 

jihotograph, 10:25 I 
chiefhood appointment, white presumption in, 13:621 
chief hood ceremony, 7:85 
condolence ceremony, 2:394, 426, 573, 579, 665, 6S7, 7i'(i 

for Abraham, 9:589, 593, 594, 600, 603 

for Adaarious, 11:47S 

bone-burying ceremony of tin' Senecas, 11:317 

for The Bunt's sister, "l0: 500, 501-502 

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Indians, 

Caghnawagas, 8:210, 214-15 

for Canasadego (1751), 1:317, 326 

Cayuga, 8:1106 

for Claus (Anne), 12:619 

for Conestoga massacre, 11:38 

conference delays for condolences on route, 12:621, 623, 624, 626, 629, 

636; 13:134 
customary ceremony, 13:189, 428-29 
at Detroit Council (1761), 3:475-76, 483, 494 
at Easton Council (1762), 3:761-62 
for the Englishman, 12:97 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1756), 9:356-59, 389, 393 
Fort Stanwix Congress (1768), 6:436, 444-45, 454 
after German Flats raid (1757), 9:860-61 
for Gawehe, 12:121-22, 126 
for Justice Frank, 3:430-31, 433-34, 504 
for the Half King, 9:173 
at Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois Congress (1757), 9:730-33, 735, 753- 

54, 762 
for Iroquois on Niagara campaign, 3:440 
for Johnson (Christopher), 10:663-64, 674-76, 721, 771 
for Johnson (Guy) family deaths, 12:363, 505, 844-45 
for Johnson (Sir* William), 13:681, 686 
for Karaghiagigo, 12:364-65, 370, 371, 389 
for Kass murder (1769), 12:737 
for Kayashuta's children, 12:1055 
for Kindarunty, 10:67, 69, 70, 74 
for Lake George battle (1755) losses, 2:126, 127, 416 
for Lottridge, 4:415 

at Michilimackinac Conference (1761), 3:538 
for Mohawk chief drowned by whites, 8:1093 
Munsie, 11:616 

at Muskingum conference (1764), 11:453-54 
for Oneidas murdered at German Flats (1757), 9:797-98, 799 
at Onondaga Council (1753), 9:110-11, 115-16 
at Onondaga Council (1762), 10:588 
for Onondagas murdered (1766) at Fort Pitt, 12:125-26 
for Onughrageghte, 13:503, 618 
for Ramsay murders (1772), 8:497, 512, 514-15 
for the Eed Head, 11:246 
with Shawnees, 4:873, 878; 5:45, 248-55, 260-61; 11:959, 969, 983, 

989; 12:8 
for smallpox victims, 9:813 
for son of Seneca George, 7:178, 226, 254, 274 
for Sononquiris (Onondaga), 12:303 
for Squashcutter, 11:820-21 
for Stump murders, 12:425, 432-34, 435-36, 453-54, 460, 461, 462-64, 

467-68 
for Swegaaseo (1764), 11:204-205 
for Tagethsadde, 10:236-37 
for Takawadasse, 11:708 
for Thomas' uncle, 5:274 

after Ticonderoga attack (1758), 9:945-46, 947 
for "Warren (Peter), 9:102-104; 13:33 
confederacies : 

Canadian, 3:273n; 7:295; 11:608-609; 12:837-39 (See also Canadian 

Indian Confederacy) 
of Illinois, 4:886-87; 11:842-43; 13:414 
Iroquois-Cherokee, 7:294-95, 319, 328, 332, 343, 361-62 
of Iroquois and Western Indians, 7:78-79, 108, 140, 171, 184; 8:6-11 
migration and, 11:400, 403 
Scioto, 11:329-33 

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Confederacies of 1763, memorandum on location and fighting numbers, 
4:240-46 

(See also Indian Affairs Department, policy, of consolidation of con- 
federacies; Indian Affairs Department, policy, of division of confed- 
eracies) 
conference protocol: 

Bradstreet violation of, 11:515 

decorum in, 13:189, 192 

French management, 11:232 

Johnson explanations of, 4:331; 6:398-404, 468; 7:209, 1069-70; 11:365- 
66, 377, 399, 400-401 

Pennsylvania management, 11:170-71 

sachemhood and, 12:951, 952 

threat interpretations, 12 : 652-53 

warrior consultation and, 12:256-57; 13:60, 189, 619-20 
conservatism of, 13:191 
credit risk, 12:411-12; 13:423 
death veil, 7:112; 10:32; 12:123, 349 
"dreams" of, 12:184, 498, 1085 
education and, 1:233-34, 353-54; 2:410-11; 3:345 

Boston movement, 3:628, 880, 903 

civilization and, 3:331; 7:600-601; 8:857-58, 869-70, 922-23 

mechanic arts, 7:965, 1026 

for the ministry, 5:410, 427, 431, 440, 455, 461, 464, 513, 531, 604, 838; 
7:600, 812, 878 

settlers and, 5:512, 530, 779 

Warren bequest for, 3:880; 4:380; 5:591 

(See also Education; Missionaries; Schools; Schoolteachers; Society for 
the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts) 
election methods of, 12:951 
ethnic speculations concerning, 6:723; 7:253n 
face-painting, 12:976; 13:194 
fasting, 13:199 
flags for, 2:575; 3:153; 10:710, 713; 11:299, 300, 305, 306, 765, 767, 820; 

12:94, 113, 635; 13:712 

Abenaki, 12:570, 646; 13:715 

exchange of French, 10:708, 709; 11:807 

Johnson Hall inventory, 13:647 

return of, 12:364-65, 370, 390, 491 

serge for, 2:644 

Missisaugas, 12:975, 976 

white French-Spanish (1768), 12:550 
French villages shared with, 5:660 
Green Corn Dance, 12:872 
greeting songs, 4:451-52 
handicrafts of, 1:14, 323-24; 4:199, 697 
honesty of, 12:190, 953; 13:190-91, 203, 206 
houses (Canestio), 11:132, 159 
hunting, 1:904; 2:647, 694; 3:220, 263, 337 

Amherst on, 3:345 

archery, 13:205 

arms refusals and, 7:780; 11:234 

Aughquisasne hunting grounds, 7:110-11, 127; 11:353 

buffalo and, 6:326, 433 

Caglmawaga, 11:876, 918-19, 9S5; 13:431-32, 633 

Canadian winter, 3:637; 7:906, 921 

Cayuga, 9:928 

decline in (1764), 4:557-58 

deer calls, 13:205 

deer seasons, 4:643; 10:17, 32 

Delaware, 9 : 742 ; 11 : 4 5 7 

Detroit, 6:719, 720, 722; 10:201 

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Indians, 

Detroit liquor regulations and, 5:808, 810 

fishing rights, 3:882; 4:692; 5:425; 10:374, 507-508, 512-13 

Iroquois land claims by New York treaties, 13:40 

Johnson on importance of, 7:597-598, 599-600; 12:955 

land sales and, 3:409-10; 5:324 

liquor traders and, 8:639; 12:971-72 

Mahican, 12:481-82, 498-99, 500 

Michilimackinac seasonal conditions, 12:58-59 

military service and, 11:194, 214, 495, 708 

Mohawk, 2:818; 3:233; 9:475; 10:246; 11:554, 606, 9S5; 12:233, 345; 
13 ■ °64 633 

Montreal, 3:348, 363, 394, 970; 4:200, 540 

Nahantick, 5:425 

Ohio Biver, 8:586; 9:132; 12:1084-85, 1088, 1089 

Oneida, 12:1037; 13:684 

Oswegatchies, 13:186 

Pontiac's, 5:637, 648 

powder and ammunition for, 3:433, 445-46, 448, 455, 457, 458, 466, 472, 
486-87, 543, 544, 546-47; 4:282-S3; 10:238, 246 (Sec also Arms, dis- 
bursement to Indians) 

price levels and, 10:238, 680-81 

Proclamation (1763) on lands reserved to, 4:267 

profit average (1760), 13:188 

rangers and, 9:569 

religion and, 4:72; 5:439, 530, 569 

settler encroachment and, 5:ix, 39, 125; 7:598-600; 8:262 

Shawnee, 10:576, 579 

shoe leather supply, 10:68 

southern, 12:98, 99 

summer, 6:392 

trade limitation to outposts and, 6:54-58; 13:452-53 

wintering of traders and, 5:131-32, 828-29; 12:188-89 
hunting (See also Furs) 
hut-building, 10:39 
inheritance procedure, 12:1053 
Johnson's trade with, 1:5-7, 22, 36, 50 
land ownership by the community, 11:411 

legal recourse of, 6:186 (See also Legal procedure, Indian recourse) 
lice-eating, 13:186, 191, 205 
medals : 

(1747), 9:22, 25 

(1753), 9:109 

(1755), 2:575, 583 

(175S), 10:75 

(1759), 3:175 

(1760— Montreal campaign), 3:311, 317-18, 333, 346-47, 378, 386, 441, 
442-43, 445; 10:218, 251-54, 258, 264; 13:218, 220, 222 

(1763), 10:933 

(1764), 4:437, 447, 453, 482; 11:244, 305, 306, 307, 310, 313 

(1765), 11:619, 710, 739, 767, 780-81, 807, 820 

(1766), 5:20, 33, 163, 187, 303, 333, 346, 376; 12:16-17, 23-24, 25, 32, 
34, 70, 94, 117, 132, 134-35, 149, 152, 180, 265 
photograph, 12:20 

(1767), 5:6S7, 689, 714, 758 

(1770), 7:607, 703-704, 732, 907; 12:S66 

(1771), 8:135, 255, 314 

Carleton distribution of, 7:129 

certificate in presentation of, 10:254 (See also Indians, certificates for, 
supra) 

French, 10:706; 11:216, 772, 780; 12:24, 152; 13:119 

return of, 12:365, 370, 371, 390 

sachemhood and, 10:237, 238 

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Wyandotte, 10:204 
medical practices of, 6:31 
medical services (1773) to, 8:845-49 
memoranda of sundry articles (1770) for, 7:779-S0 
Negro marriages, 5:152; 13:084 
New England extirpation of, 7:598 
nomadism, 4:611; 7:507; 9:845-47, 849-52; 11:66, 400, 403; 12:570, 571, 

579-80, 839-47; 13:624, 628-29 
Northern (See Canada; Iroquois; and specific groups, e.g., Chippewa) 
passports, 9:628-29, 722, 781, 804, 852, 907; 10:198, 482-83, 862, 942-43; 
11:234, 354, 609, 763, 812; 12:240, 242, 243, 25S-59, 305, 389, 429, 431 
peace song, 11:727 
pole to mark chief's house, 13:429 

punishment and Indian attitudes, 8:1146; 10:623-25, 64S-49 
religion and. 1:233-34, 247; 4:72-73; 5:3S8-89, 410, 427, 433, 439, 440, 6S5, 
779, 837-38, 850; 10:231 
creation mythology, 10:505-506, 511 
Inglis proposals for conversion, 7:504-508, 596-602, 746-50, 761-66, 875- 

79, 962-65; 8:174, 228, 264, 279, 300, 553, 584, 621-22, 624 
Smith's plan for Indian conversion, 5:510-14, 528-32, 569 
(See also specific Christian agencies for education or conversion, i.e., 
Catholicism; Church of England; Churches; Missionaries; Society of 
Jesus; Soeiety for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts) 
"replacement of the' dead." 7:955; 9:82, 109, 300, 357, 3S9, 390, 391, 566, 
586, 587, 767; 10:305, 329 
of Abenaki chiefs, 12:570, 579 

Abenaki-Stockbridge peace and, 10:308, 411, 413, 431; 13:113 
Abraham honored by, 9:594, 595 
Canadian scalpings and, 9:770, 787 

Delaware prisoners adopted in, 4:364, 365, 368-69; 13 :103 
French practice, 2:388 
of Gaustrax, 8:17 
of Kanodoek, 11:32 
of Karnghiagigo, 12:364-65, 389-90 
of Kindaruntv, 10:74 
of Lottridge," 11:53, 234 
principle of, 12:953; 13:191 
prisoner distribution as, 11:110 
of Setli of Canajoharie, 9:622-23 
sachemhood: 

authority and practice in, 12:951-52 
ceremony, 10:443, 444; 11:821 
English legal attiludes toward, 11:428, 429,889 
Johnson (Warren) admitted to, 13:205, 206 
sponsor appointment, 11:709 
warrior consultation and, 13:60, 189, 619-20 
sale of arms ami clothing, 2:735 

sale of children, 1:207, 259, 260 61, 330; 3:322, 351, 383 
seasickness fears, 13:189 
soldiers and: 

(1753), 10:338, 365 

(1755), 1:668-69, 732, 818; 2:7, 13, 75-76, 383, 392; 9:191 

(1756). 2:554, 562; 9:439, t54, 160, 461 62, 490, r,:\r>, 545-48: 13:88, 

89, 91 V 
(1757), 9:591, 600 601, 617, 701-705, 707-708, 7S8 
(1758), 2:772-74; 10:56, 62 63; 13:104-107 
(1760), 10:135; 13:167, 171-72 

(1761), 3:348-49, 373, 376-77, 380, 383, 384, 387, 394, 453, 459-60, 473- 
74, 192, 199, 527-28, 575; 10:263, 269-70. 281 ; 13:218, 222, 225 
227-28, 232, 233, 272 
(1702), 3:629, 969-70; 10:505, 507, 511,512-13 
(1763), 4:63; 10:683-84, 750, 755, 911 

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Indians, 

(1764), 4:451-52, 482; 11:192-93, 198, 245-46, 247, 351-54, 356-57, 

365-66, 377 

(1765), 4:790; 11:540, 569, 586, 603, 629 

(1766), 5:224-25, 232, 271-72 

(1769), 6:566, 604; 7:182 

(1770), 7:484-85, 651, 682-83, 942-43, 985-87, 993-94, 1016, 1052, 1053- 
54, 1076, 1117-18, 1125 

(1771), 8:9-10 

(1772), 8:593 

Iroquois protest (1762) against abuses, 3:707, 710-11, 724, 824-25 
Southern : 

Atkin as agent for, 2:437-38, 485, 716; 3:12 

Augusta Congress (1763), 4:279, 296, 304, 315; 10:950, 951, 952 

Belcher and, 2:516, 519 

English enlistment against Northern Indians, 4:235, 266-67; 10:950-51 

French-English rivalry for, 2:29, 270-71, 387-88, 390, 402, 812, 815; 
3:138-39, 142, 143 

fund for, 2:828 

Illinois and, 3:323 

Iroquis protest (1762) against abuses, 3:707, 710-11, 724, 824-25 
9:557 558 

Iroquois alliances (1756), 9:493, 560-61 

Iroquois hostilities (1757), 9:587-88 

Lake George defense (1756), 9:530 

land cessions, 12:56, 674 

Loudoun and, 2:558 

Ohio French and, 9:450, 565, 719, 736, 771, 785, 805, 825; 10:90-92 

schools for, 5:343 

Senecas and, 3:449, 450, 662, 698-99, 732-33; 9:785 

Shawnees and, 3:294; 8:835 

South Carolina, 3:733-34; 4:188 

threat of general Indian War (1757), 9:785-86 

Virginia and, 7:897 

Scioto Congress (1774) plans and, 12:1081, 1088, 1089 

Wabash hostilities (1773), 8:835, 842-43, 895 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:7-9 

Western Indian conspiracy (1772) and, 8:586-87, 661, 688-89 

western revolts (1763) and, 10:728 
(See also specific groups, e.g., Cherokees) 
as "subjects" of the King, 4:528-33, 547, 548, 575, 576, 601, 604, 610-11, 

616, 783, 805; 8:639-40; 11:394-96, 493, 950-51; 12:994-95 
submissiveness (Warren Johnson on), 13:188 
tattooing, 13:194 

taxation of merchandise (1751), 1:321-22 
testimonials, 7:494-95, 521, 590, 592, 658 (See also Indians, certificates, 

supra) 
totems, 7:961 
trade indemnities, 4:630-31, 734, 760, 768; 5:16-17, 38-39, 458; 6:477-78, 

579-80; 7:528, 591, 592w, 631, 650-51, 659, 66S; 8:929, 1024; 10:824, 

992-93 
trading conduct, 7:348-49 

tree uprooted and buried as peace ceremonv, 9:836 
tribal hospitality, 7:110-11, 127 
tribute payments to, 4:433, 445; 11:223 

visits to settlers, 3:527 (See also Settlers, frontier outrages against Indians) 
war clubs, 4:385, 404; 11:174 
war dance, 2:577, 592, 635, 643, 775; 3:173; 9:939; 10:9; 11:33, 206, 

251, 272 
warfare methods, 4:235, 371-72, 378, 450; 9:439, 785; 10:740, 878-79, 953, 
990; 11:174, 206, 239-40; 13:188, 292, 294-95 
ambuscade, 9:209-10; 10:790-91, 803 
Bradstreet and, 11:231-33, 504-505 

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chastity and, 13:209 
firearms and decline in, 12:952 
military attitudes, 12:955, 995 

outpost maintenance and, 4:519; 9:517; 10:462-63; 11:7, 9 
prisoners of war, 13:189, 190, 191 
Sioux, 10:710-11 
trenches and fire, 10:734-35, 745 
war attire, 13 : 194 

war whoop, 12:1051; 13:194, 295, 319 (See also Indians, war song, 
infra) 
war song, 2:500, 775, 795; 4:365, 369; 9:667, 787, 792; 10:105, 739, 852; 
11:49-50, 67, 95, 245, 472; 13: 168, 191, 192, 291 
Johnson's use of, 11:150, 208 
of Pontiac, 11:227 
Western * 

Canadian Indian message (1763), 4:180, 202; 13:299 

Cherokee hostilities (1768-71), 6:433-34; 7:294-95, 319, 652, 1077; 

12:689-90, 812-13, 822, 945 
Cherokee hunting grounds and, 6:694 
Croghan mission expenses (1761), 3:300, 302 
Denny and, 2:788-89, 797 
English sympathies (1759), 10:90-92, 103-104 
Detroit siege (See Detroit, Indian siege of), 
expeditions against (1764), 4:348, 396 
Fort Stanwix Congress invitations, 12:490, 500, 503, 524, 527, 543-44, 

606, 628-29, 726 
French, 2:676-77, 796; 3:6, 28, 336-37; 4:170, 176, 180, 187, 200, 239, 
253, 275-76, 282, 291, 295, 303; 5:vii, 613; 6:275, 333-34, 467, 601- 
602, 630-31; 7:155; 9:612-13 
German Flats Congress (July, 1770) embassies, 12:834, 838-39, 890-91, 

893 
indemnities for traders' war losses, 4:281, 315, 329 

Iroquois and, 2:368; 4:183, 200, 296; 6:307; 7:15, 29, 108, 150-51, 160, 
171, 264, 294-95, 316, 319, 332, 407-408, 652, 656; 10:55; 11:786-87, 
824, 835, S38, 842, 846, 893; 12:726; 13:409 
Iroquois embassy (1765), 11:905-906, 907, 931, 940 
Iroquois embassy (1771-72), 8:259, 278, 319, 405-408, 418-19, 630 
Iroquois embassy (1773-74), 12:1034, 1044-52, 1055-60, 1089, 1091-94, 

1114; 13:640, 641, 666, 671-72, 673-74, 677-78, 681, 686 
Iroquois negotiations (1767) for union against English, 13:440-46 
Iroquois pence negotiation (3766) by Croghan, 13:408-409 
Johnson Hall meeting (1773), 8:879 
map of situation after Peace of 1783, 6:524 
Monckton conference (1760), 3:268 
Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:303, 332, 344-45, 350, 421-23, 428- 

503, 510-13, 559, 561. 565, 570, 574, 792; 4:296; 13:215-74 
peace negotiations (1764), 4:396-97, 407 (See also Niagara, Indian 

Congress (1764)) 
Philadelphia Council (1758) and, 2:817 
(1761), 3:350, 354-55, 391 
(1762), 10:395-96 
Seneca alliances, 9:874, 947, 962; 10:6 

southern Indian recruitmenl against, 4:235, 266-67; 10:950-51 
threal of general Indian war (1762), 3:865-69, 964-65; 8:1144- 

10:534 35 
throat of general Indian war (1763), 4:95-100, 169-71, 176 187 213 
216, 220-21, 23.1 36, 249 10, 275-76, 308; 10:723-24, 728, 746-58, 792- 
94, S02-803 
threat of general Indian war (1764), 4:334 
threat of general Indian war (1765), 11:740, 744-45 763 764 65 7T> 

784, 790, son. 810, 813, 818-20, 824, 838, 842-43, 981-82', 989 
threat of general Endian war (1766), 12:130-31, 136, 137, 140, 229 

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Index 

Indians, Western, 

threat of general Indian War (1767), 5:701, 723, 736-38, 739, 740, 
741-42, 743-44, 750-51, 755, 763, 776, 788; 12:363, 370-71, 374, 375, 
,:i 86-S8 ■ 13*433-46 
threat of' general Indian war (1768), 12:401, 414-15, 425, 429, 431, 

433-34 435-36 522-23 632-35 
threat of general' Indian War (1769), 7:76-77, 78-79, 86-87, 96, 98, 107, 
119-20, 142, 154-55, 177, 178, 182, 184-85. 186-87, 209, 211-12, 221, 
225, 315-17; 12:722-23, 726, 744 
threat of general Indian war (1770), 7:404-405, 406-408, 483-85, 525-26, 
540, 541-42, 551-52, 651-53, 654-56, 669, 689-90, 817, 852-55; 12:769- 
70 786 S22 S38 
threat of general Indian war (1771), 7:1149-50; B>:x, 6-11, 35-36, 45-46, 
57-58, 70, 75-78, 141, 206, 219-20, 251, 259-62, 277-79, 285, 337, 341, 
343, 348-49, 373-74, 441; 12:916-17 
threat of general Indian war (1772), 8:501-502, 508-509, 511, 519-20, 

587, 661, 68S-89 
threat of general Indian war (1774), 8:1145, 1151, 1164-65, 1167; 
12:1088-90, 1115; 13:641, 667-68, 669-72, 675, 676-77, 679, 680, 
681-82, 687, 688, 690-91, 694-97 
trade opening requests (1757), 13:100-101 
trade opening requests (1767), 13:458-59 
(See also specific groups) 
wood lore, 13:199, 205 

See also Indian Affairs; and see specific Indian groups, e.g., Iroquois 
Ingersol, capt., 9:231, 236 
lngersoll, Jared, 10:4S6«, 
Inglis, Eev. Charles, 8:ix, 44 
autograph, 8:xv 
catholic missionaries and, 7:310 
Chandler publication (1769) sent by, 7:1 

on conversion of the Indians, 7:504-508, 544, 5S4, 596-602, 746-50, 761-66, 
875-79, 962-65, 1026; 8:174 

memorial, 8:228, 264, 277, 279, 300, 553, 584, 621-22, 624 
on Dunmore's arrival, 7:966 

fund for ladies whose connections served the state, 8:381 
godson of, 7:965; 8:542 

Johnson's support for episcopate asked (1766), 5:432-34, 488 
Johnson visit (1770), 7:692, 695, 696 
on King's College growth, 8:541-42 
on liberty poles, 7:509 

on missionary salaries, 7:357-59, 391-92, 504, 747, 763, 964 
Nova Scotia episcopate, 5:ix 
portrait, 7:356 

Schenectady vestrymen and, 8:1088 
Ingraham, Hezekiah, 1:716 
Inman, Henry (artist), 13:ix 

Innes, James, col, l:496n, 745; 2:751; 9:159, 205, 834n 
Innis, Francis, 11:488 
Insenockshoree (Scioto Indian), 11:330 
Instruments : 

camera obscura, 8:341 

carpenters' tools in Johnson Hall (1774), 13:649 
clocks and watches, 8:1140; 13:538, 599, 654 
electrical, 1:381; 4:768, 865, 880, 885; 11:954 
knives : 

Adems accounts, 13:534, 536, 548, 551 

Butler accounts, 13:513, 514, 515 

Campbell accounts (1756-65), 13:344, 345, 351, 352, 372 

Indian goods disbursements (1755-56), 2:568, 569, 571. 584. 585 589 

606, 618, 619, 620, 621, 628, 633, 638 
pen knives, 2:587, 617 
Phyn and Ellice accounts, 13:469, 474 

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prices in furs, 11:990 
Leyden jars, 11:954 
machinery loan, 11:562 
magic lantern, 13:657 

musical, 1:265; 4:638, 840, 877; 7:711, 760, 780 
scales, 5:817; 12:217; 13:31 
screw plate, 8:39, 43, 90-91 

shoemakers' tools in Johnson Hall (1774), 13:647 
speaking trumpet, 13 : 655 
spectacles, 5:155, 478; 6:484; 13:604 
spyglasses, 13:652, 663 
sun dial, 4:8, 21-22, 85 
surveying, 1:385; 5:542, 553, 563, 665, 797; 7:372, 559, 1116, 1157-58; 

13:662 
telescopes, 1:525, 535, 566, 578, 586, 612, 619, 6S7, 761; 2:392 
Interpreters : 

Aughquisasne, 7:128 

Bradstreet expedition, 11:492, 508 

Oadaracqui, 9:82 

Caghnawagas and, 4:825; 7:530-31, 899-900, 1018-19; 11:207 

Carleton appointment, 7:159, 221-22, 264 

certification of, 4:708 

colonial administration of trade and, 8:29, 951; 12:554, 610, 654-55, 674, 

710, 729, 731; 13:486 
commissary instructions on, 5:517-18; 12:248, 413; 13:424 
conduct of, 3:473, 528 
Delaware, 11:460 

at Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace treaty, 11:5S5, 592 
Detroit, 3:552, 915; 5:442-43, 675, 688-S9, 703, 723, 730; 6:764; 7:196; 

11:397, 685, 831; 12:75-76, 206, 804; 13:318-19, 389, 421 
at Easton Council (1762), 3:761, 768, 769, 776, 777, 778, 783, 787, 789 
education and, 10:2SO, 440, 469 
for English in Canada, 4:223 
Fort Brewerton, 10:498; ll:3. r )7 
at Fort Chart res, 4:191, 515; 5:578-79; 7:78; 12:79, 81, 85, 284, 701; 

13:395, 397, 399,421, 427 
at Fort Erie, 5:289 
at Fort Ontario, 3:985; 4:164, 167, 652, 879; 5:S00; 6:112; 7:911; 12:175. 

732, 823 
at Fort Pitt, 4:586; 12:50, 51, 732, S04; 13:421 
Fort Stanwix Congress, 12:619, 027 
Gage on appointment of, 11:370 
Gates request (1758), 9:919, 922 
Green Bay, 11:930 

Harris Ferry- Lancaster Congress (1757), 9:623, 624, 625, 654, 719 
Hillsborough on need for, 6:327 
Indian Affairs reorganization (1764-65) and, 4:624-25, 725, 785, 798 827 

837; 5:442; 11:481, 830-31, 892; 12:131, 143, 204 
Johnson on need for, 4:240; 6:341, 363, 496, -"-12, 653; 7:86, 89, 90; 9:127 
at Miehilimackinac, 5:442-43; 7:48: 10:556; 11:397, 80S; 12:75-76 100, 

206, 450-53 
Mohawk, 10:729 
Montreal, 13:166 
murder of Croghan's, 5:239-40 
at Niagara, 5:442-43, 758; 6:154-55, 764 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:466, 107, 477; 11:262, 263, 272 
at Niagara surrender (1759), 13:1 L9 20, 159 
Nova Scotia, 12:196, 197 
Oneida, 11:29, 31 
Onondaga, 9:384 
Oqiiaga, 4:395 
Oswegatchie, 4:212 

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Index 

Interpreters, 

Oswego, 3:882-83; 10:505, 511 
Ottawa, 12:285 
Ouiatanon, 13:296 
Post Vincent, 13:398 
provisions at the forts, 5:337 
salaries : 

(1756), 2:400-401, 660 

(1759), 13:120 

(1761), 3:300, 528 

(1762), 3:827, 877, 914, 985; 10:560, 824 

(1763), 4:82, 222; 10:637; 13:296 

(1764), 4:383, 562, 575; 11:166 

(1765), 4:851, 852; 11:575, 685, 831, 930 

(1766), 5:97, 100, 109, 110, 140, 147, 264, 367; 12:79, 143, 197, 206; 
13:389, 395, 397, 398, 399 

(1767), 5:57S-79, 677, 699, 758; 12:264; 13:421, 427 

(1768), 6:281, 340; 12:554, 640-4Spassim, 701, 731-32 

(1769), 6:632, 764; 7:11, 51, 78, 89-90, 91, 298; 12:764 

(1770), 12:804, 805, 814, 871; 13:708 

(1771), 12:903, 927; 13:710, 712 

(1772), 8:600, 618, 620; 12:949, 1004; 13:713, 714, 715 

(1773), 12:1022; 13:718, 720 

(1774), 8:1097, 1168, 1171; 13:721 
at Sandusky court of enquiry (1764), 11:369 
Stevens appointment, 9:717 
Wyandotte, 10:204, 206 
See also individual names 
Intrepid (ship), 4:94, 123 
Ireland, 1:35, 39, 53, 59, 74 
County Cavan men, 13:196 
Dublin Office of Arms, 3:vii, ix 
Eyre correspondence (1755), 13:64 
Falkland Islands crisis (1770), 7:1029, 1047 
harpers from, 11:973 
hemp production, 4:103 
jews' harps from, 7:1072 

Johnson (John) in, 5:120, 182-83, 208, 269, 371; 7:331; 12:88, 250, 252 
Johnson's baronetcy and, 2:343 
Johnson's family in, 1:257-58, 319-20, 352-53, 370-71, 907; 3:889, 898; 

A:xi, 502, 545; 8:823; ll:362w; 12:1030-31 {See also individual names) 

Smithstown house, photograph, 13 : 734 
Johnson's influence in, 8:381 
Kain return requested, 8:41-42 
labor imported from, 4:879; 5:434 
linen trade (1738), 13:1 
Lord Lieutenancy (1771), 8:146-47, 358, 460 
military establishment, 7:402; 8:52 
potash testing in, 3:968; 4:11 
potatoes from, 8:500, 625, 797 
regiments raised (1755) in, 9:154 
regiments return (1763), 4:87, 92-93, 102 
schoolteachers from, 8:18, 20, 26-27, 31-32 

settlers from, 4:49; 5:847; 8:613-14; 12:251, 1031 (See also Irish) 
ship with servants from, 4:9 
Strongbow conquest of, 13:734 
Temporary Laws suspended (1770), 7:1074 
time difference with America, 13:197 
Townshend and, 7:839 
troop transports (1767) from, 12:336 
Warren's trip to, 1:240 
See also specific cities; and see Irish 
Irena (prisoner), 11:490 

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Irish : 

in Albany, 3:129 
attitudes toward, 4:11 
in Canada, 9 : 791 
"Hibernian Concert," 4:850 
imported labor, 4:879; 7:188 
Johnson's tenants, 4:572; 5:847; 9:147 
Schenectady Dutch riots (1761), 13:201 
Ware on, 4:595 
Iron River, 7:790; 8:124 
Irondequoit, 12:930; 13:149, 269 

French trader (1766) at, 12:210, 211 
Haldimand expedition (1779), 8:1215 
Niagara surrender (1759) and, 13:122, 124 
Seneca cession, 4:331; 11:155 
settlement, 1:926-27 

Wade and Keiuser expedition stop, 7:725 
Iroquois (Five Nations, Six Nations) : 
Abenaki councils with, 3:555-56 
Albany Indian Affairs Commission and, 1:317-18, 339-44; 9:83-84, 130, 

143-44, 155; 13:25 
allies listed, 3:273m; 9:493, 560-61 
Amherst policy protested by, 10:677-84 
Braddock and, 1:625m, 626, 627, 632, 633, 637, 662-65, 794; 2:382; 9:171- 

74, 175, 176, 901; 13:40-41 
Bradstreet Treaty (1764) and, 4:544, 549, 600, 604 
Bradstreet troop return and, 11:500-501, 514, 521 
Cadaracqui meeting (1762) and, 3:748, 752, 754 
Caghnawaga conference with Claus (1771), 8:210 
Caghnawaga deputation (1773), 12:1027; 13:617-19, 717 
Caghnawaga conferences (Johnson Hall, Sept., 1763), 4:200, 205-206, 208; 

10:828-55, 862, 877 
Caghnawaga Treaty (1760), 10:260, 269 
Canada and, 1:59-60, 63-65, 80, 87-88, 97, 107, 135-38, 140-41, 151-52, 156- 

65, 187, 277-78, 431, 908-20; 2:325; 9:41-42; 10:316-17 
Canadesaga Seneca Council (1763) and, 10:795, 800 
Canadian Confederacy alliance, 3:547; 13:163, 164, 618-19 
Canadian deputation (1756), 2:563-64, 675-77, 701, 704-709; 9:5S3, 605-607, 

618, 621, 635, 637, 642, 643, 665, 668-69, 903 
Canadian deputation (1773), 13:617-21 
Cherokee-Canadian Confederacy Council (German Flats, July, 1770) 7:494, 

706, 721-22, 737, 769, 785, 787, 789, 790, 798, 799, 817-18, 832-33, 840, 

841, 844, 871-72, S75, 894, 897, 907, 1069; 8:76; 12:802, 803, 825, 835, 

837«, 849-52, 856-58, 866-67, 868 

arms demand as test of English integrity, 7:852-53; 12:850 852 
Indian proposal of, 7:295, 328, 343, 361-62, 376-77, 380, 412-13; 12:769- 
70, 775 

policy of division of confederacies and, 7:332, 540, 541-42, 655, 852-53. 
855 ' 

Canadian treaties against English, 9:44, 7.". 
Canajoharie conference (1759), 3:25n, 27-32, 163-61, 271 
Castle Cumberland meeting (1761), 3:356 
Catawbas and, 1:259, 261, 386-87, 912, 913-14; 6:665, 695; 8:247; 9:75-76, 

97, 114, 118, 283; 10:437n 
census (1768), 6:261-62 

census (1760) of Johnson troops at Oswego, 10:175 
certificate design (1757), 13:98 

Chenango Council (1756), 9:382, 416, 455-56, 609, 744, 747, 752 
Chenussio Council (1762), 3:699, 701 

Chenussio Council (1763), 4:64; 10:624-25, 630, 633-34, 653, 681 
Cherokee alliance, 2:742; 7:294-95, 319, 328, 343, 361-62, 376-77, 490-91, 

525, 551-52, 655, 705-706, 785, 799, 957, 993, 1016, 1053, 1076; 8:70, 

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Iroquois, 

407, 586, 63S; 12:813, S22 
Cherokee war, 4:6-7, 62, ISO, 190-91, 193, 196, 872; 10:452, 543, 548, 550, 
566, 573-74, 576, 584, 592, 593, 594, 635, 866, 891, 908-909, 942-43; 
12:294, 295, 344-45, 418; 13:207 
Boyd murder and, 12:295, 337-39, 360 

peace negotiations, 4:828, 840-41, 848-49, 858-62; 5:31, 33, 48, 234, 449, 
548, 552, 739, 832; 6:3, 69n, 184; 10:605; 11:863, S93, 932-33, 
941-42, 976; 12:21, 34, 56-57, 98-99, 308, 313, 315, 322, 332, 372, 
393-96, 406, 415, 431-32, 455, 688-89 
peace treaty (1768), 6:139, 142, 149, 150, 153, 155, 176, 198», 203, 
224-26, 252, 292, 480; 7:151, 652; 8:233, 252-53, 1086; 12:451-52, 
456-58, 460, 461, 464, 467-68, 469, 470-71, 472, 473, 475; 13:428 
speech of the Prince of Chote, 12:339-40, 360, 386, 388-89 
Chickesaws and, 8:407, 779 
Chippewas and, 7:716, 796-97 
Choctaw hostilities (1770), 12:813, 822 
Christian conversion of, 6:18, 28-29, 67-68; 7:747, 762, 764, 876-78, 964, 

1026 
condolence for Christopher Johnson, 10:674-76 
Conestog-a murders and, 4:284, 299, 306, 310, 323, 324, 357-58, 366, 368; 

11:17-18, 31, 32, 34, 126 
covenant chain metaphor, 1:158-59 

Creek threat of uprising (1774) and, 8:1086, 1104, 1118 
Cressap treaty (1766), 5:458, 469, 507; 12:236 
Crown Point expedition (1755) and, 1:470-71, 472, 473-75, 501, 522-25, 531, 

535, 796-97, 804; 2:4, 57, 86, 167, 380-83; 9:172 
culture of, 12:950-55 

Delaware domination by, 2:369, 411, 414-15, 418-19, 681-82, 752; 4:361; 
6:139-40, 142; 8:640, 648, 675, 688-89, 837; 9:310, 336, 364, 476n, 477, 
615, 747, 755; 13:76-77, 78 
Delaware resettlement (1767) among, 12:258-59, 312 

Delaware-Shawnee uprisings and, 1:496; 2:359, 369-70, 394, 409, 418-19, 
657, 820; 9:309-11, 328-29, 331, 333-34, 335-37, 476-77; 13:76-77, 78 
Embassy of 1756, 2:411, 415, 426, 432, 439-40, 443, 445-46, 447, 452, 
455, 465, 469-71, 494, 521-22; 9:310-11, 353-54, 360, 364, 371, 373-74, 
382-83, 400, 424-25, 429-30, 435, 439-40, 451, 455-57, 477, 540-41, 
745-48 
peace treaty (1765), 4:640, 649, 650, 654, 655, 664-65, 710, 731, 734, 
742, 746-47; 11:510-11, 570, 585, 592, 593, 597-98, 625, 682, 68S, 
707-708, 896 
recruitment to punish, 2:414-15; 4:207, 272, 274, 281, 291, 361, 365, 369, 
371-72, 373, 387, 389, 390-91, 399, 402, 406, 501, 551; 10:974, 990; 
11:24, 33, 52-53, 54, 61, 68, 83-84, 87, 89-95, 96, 128-29, 143-44, 149- 
51, 152, 157-61, 170, 173, 182, 184-85, 186, 191, 205-209, 233-37, 
373-74, 472 

Sandusky refusal to attack, 11:373-74, 391, 402, 504-505, 594 
Denny and, 9:505, 522, 525, 744-45 
Detroit siege (1763) and, 4:164; 10:715. 717 
Detroit threat (1769), 6:777 
Dinwiddie conference (1763), 1:385 
Easton Council (1756), 9:526-27, 564-66, 607, 609, 615 
Easton Council (1758) and, 2:890-91, 894, S96; 3:4; 9:954; 10:43-48, 54, 

57-58, 61, 539-40 
English concern for loyalty of: 
(1750), 1:276-77, 280-82 

(1754-55), 1:425-27, 429-34, 462-63, 465-66, 505, 507, 523, 525, 541, 543, 
559, 795-96, 797, 805, 811; 2:29, 52; 9:126-32, 172-73, 178, 194-96, 
203-204; 13:64-65, 71-72 
(1756), 9:460, 462, 613, 623, 631-32, 640 
(1757), 2:715, 721, 740, 750; 9:706, 709-11, 715, 760-61 
(1758), 2:821-22, 840; 9:902-906; 10:3-8, 28-29, 42, 53-55 
(1760), 3:259 

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(1761), 3:405-406, 421, 429, 437-39, 448-53 

(1762), 8:1144-45 

(1763), 4:6-7, 251-53, 262, 274-76, 282-83; 10:869, 871-72, 876, 883, 894 

(1771), 8:6-11, 57, 75-78, 191, 202-203, 251, 318 

(1772), 8:677 

Johnson on reasons for, 10:877-81 
English embassy proposal, 4:64, 220-21, 260; 10:633-34, 635; 11:39 
English fund (i754) for, 9:126 
Esopus Indians and, 6:738-39 

expenses (Fort Pitt, 1769) in behalf of, 6:660, 661; 7:8-9, 21-22 
expenses of intended Canadian expedition (1746-47), 9:15-31 
"foreign nations" and, in King George's War, 1:105-107, 164, 325, 327 

assistance (1757), 9:675 
Fort Augusta conference (1764), 4:579-83 
Fort Frontenac expedition (1758), 10:12, 54 
Fort George Council (1755), 1:454-55 
Fort Herkimer meeting (1759), 3:23 
Fort Johnson conference (1754), 9:133 
Fort Johnson Congress (1755), 1:583, 584, 585-86, 590, 591, 596, 610, 612, 

614, 617, 654, 659, 663-64, 669, 706, 737-39; 2:373-74; 9:153, 156, 159- 

60, 165, 171n, 184-86, 252 

Claus account of, 9:193-202 

Johnson's summation for Braddock, 9:203-205 

numbers attending, 9:189-90, 194 

Proceedings, 1:625-41, 733, 752, 794, 797, 806, 813-14, 843, S50; 9:171- 
79, 207, 341 
Fort Johnson conferences (1756) : 

autumn. 9:525, 533, 536-37, 541, 542, 548, 550-51, 559, 560-61 

on fall of Oswego, 9:512 
Fort Johnson Congress (1756), 2:659, 884; 9:343-94, 400, 902 

Delaware-Shawnee treaty, 9:475-79. 522, 615 
Fort Johnson Congress (1757), 9:690, 693-96 
Fort Johnson meetings (1758), 2:843-44; 9:879-86, 887-88 
Fort Jolmson meetings (1759), 3:6, 19, 20; 10:88-89, 90, 95, 96, 98-99, 

104, 106 
Fort Johnson meetings (1761). 10:236-42: 13:205-206 
Fort Johnson meetings (Jan. 1762), 10:356-71 
Fort Johnson protest on murders, 2:726 
Fort Ontario Congress (1766 s ) and, 12:117, L52 
Fort Ontario trade CI 769), 7:79-80 
Fort Pitt attack threal (1762), 10:402, 406 
at Fort Pitt conference (1700), 3:208-17 
at Fort Pitt conference (1767), 6:10-11 
atFortl'itf conference (1768), 6:122 
Fort Pit) soldier attacked ( 1771), 8:9-10 
forts for, 2:315, W9-10, 415; 9:127, 370, 376, 394, 398, lb;, 125, 427, 430, 

435,438,461-62,509-10 

Fort Stanwrx Congress (1768) and. 6:333, 334-35, 123. 513; 12:388, 459 
t88, 490, 500, 502 504, 504 507, .11. VIC, 527, 543-44, 605-606, 628-29, 630, 
647, 670, 681, 694 95 

settlemenl of cessions, 8:580; 12:636. 662, 656.57, 659, 665, 670 671 
"74, 6S1. 6 ! -:,. 6fi2, 7(19, 715, 741 12, 717, 816, 850 

Fori William Eenry destruction and, 9:816, 822 

French relations: 

Canadian delegation (1751), 9:81 v " 

Canadian delegation (1756), 2:563-64, 675-77. 701, 704-709 
Canadian Indian appeals (1760), 3:188-92, 196,198 
Detroil Council (1758 l, 2:791 96 
Fish Creek meeting i L75S ), 10:39 

French efforts (1756-57) to recall, 2:547, 563-64, 699-701 704-706 
740, 750 ' ' ' 

French threats to destroy, 1:276, 277-79, 280, 281, 288, 296, 912, 913; 

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Iroquois, 

2:794-90; 3:7, 221; 9:61, 65, 420, 424, 803-804, 833; 10:20, 25; 
13:100 

French warnings of English betrayal, 1:507, 512-13, 524, 632, 659, 909, 
914; 2:701; 9:37 
-, Indian view of the French, 1:315, 389, 430-31, 442, 457, 505, 514, 541, 
612, 664, 706; 2:29, 52; 4:6, 135, 279; 9:124; 10:55 

Johnson efforts (1755) to align the Iroquois, 1:612, 644, 706; 2:52, 360, 
387-89 

Joncaire warnings of Lake George attack (1756), 9:557, 558 

in King George's War, 1:22, 59, 63-64, 106-107, 149-50, 168, 174-75, 224, 
226, 227, 909; 9:44, 73-74 

Louis XIV grant to the Caghnawagas, 10:374-76 

Louis XV message (alleged), 8:932-33 

Ohio expedition plans (1753) and, 9:106-107 

New York and Pennsylvania incursions (1755), 2:359-60, 387-89 

Niagara French Indian Congress (1756), 9:444 

Niagara French Indian Congress (1760), 10:137-38 

Oswegatchie (La Galette) settlement, 10:126?i 

recruitment belts, 9:56-57, 461; 10:20, 380-81, 384-86, 392-93, 398-400, 
405, 421-25; 13:687 

seventeenth century, 10:877-78 

smiths and, 9:583 

strategic political value (1754) of, 9:126-32 

threat of general Indian War (1763), 4:135 

at Ticonderoga, 2:397 

Vaudreuil on, 2:679 
frontier outrages and, 5:617, 737; 12:115-16, 123, 125-26, 130, 137-38, 311, 

313, 374 
Ganeghqaghtai (Indian settlement) and, 10:643-48 
Ganughsharaga Creek Congress (Oct., 1767), 12:365, 368-72 
George IPs death and, 10:218 

German Flats conference (1767), 5:507, 552, 556; 12:303, 309-15, 324 
German Flats Congress (July, 1763), 4:164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 172-73, 

175-77; 10:725-26, 746-53, 767, 769, 770-71, 831, 835, 837-38 

report to Amherst on, 10:754-59, 761 
German Flats conference (Nov., 1771), 12:944 
German Flats-Fort Johnson meeting (Sept. 1763), 4:194, 197, 202, 208, 272, 

273-74; 10:789, 800-801, 804, 828-55, 856, 862 
German Flats murders of Oneidas (1757) and, 9:796-98, 799 
Harris Ferry-Lancaster Congress (1757), 9:595-96, 607-10, 615-16, 619-25, 

698, 705, 719, 727-65, 770-72, 782 
Hendrick's influence among, l:237n, 278 
Johnson as Colonel of Forces of, 1:60-62, 67-68, 73-81, 82-83, 114, 115, 421, 

427, 433; 2:x, 434-35; 3:116, 183, 185, 196, 199, 201, 898-99, 954; 

5:21; 9:9-11; 13:40, 58-59, 73 
Johnson commissioned as British authority for, 1:465-76; 2:403, 434-35; 

3:359; 5:21; 9:184-86, 194, 196, 252, 283-84; 10:677-78 
Johnson conference (1747), 1:104; 9:21 
Johnson conferences (Dec. 1755-Feb. 1756), 2:433; 9:321 
Johnson conferences (March, 1768), 6:107n, 122-23, 124, 135, 136, 139-40, 

142, 149-51, 153, 154-56, 178, 179, 181, 184, 187, 198, 203, 224 
Johnson conference (1773), 8:753, 762, 763-64, 778-79, 808, 837-38, 914, 

1092 
Johnson (Guy) congress (Sept. 1774), 8:1200-1201 
Johnson (Guy) Congress (1775), 13:722 
Johnson Hall Congress (April, 1762) : 

plans, 3:559, 561, 565, 570, 580, 593, 598, 599, 610, 630, 653, 662, 675, 
685, 686-87, 689; 10:402, 406, 409, 419, 432, 435, 439 

proceedings, 3:690-717, 723-24, 727, 732, 739, 740-41, 742-43; 10:436-37, 
442-43, 449, 453-54, 461 
Johnson Hall Congress (March 1764) on Seneca peace, 11:105-106, 107- 

108, 111-12, 113, 114-15 

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Articles of, 11:151-57 
Proceedings, 11:134-61 
Johnson Hall Congress (July, 1771), 8:141, 142, 160, 188-89, 191, 202-203, 

218, 239-40, 251, 337; 12:911-12 
Johnson Hall Congress (June-July, 1774), 8:1177, 11S4, 1186, 1192-93, 
1194, 1198; 12:1107, 1112-13, 1116, 1121-22, 1124; 13:640-41, 668, 
671, 673 

Johnson's death at, 12:1122; 13:668, 669-70 
Johnson Hall meeting (Sept. 1762), 10:500-508, 509-18 
Johnson Hall meeting (Dec. 1763), 4:272, 273-74, 287, 294; 10:943-44, 

957-72, 973-74, 989; 11:21, 24 
Johnson Hall meeting (Jan., 1764), 11:24-35 
Johnson Hall meeting (June, 1764), 11:233-37 
Johnson Hall meeting (June, 1766), 5:274; 12:121-27 
Johnson Hall meeting (Dec, 1766), 12:240-45 
Johnson's expenses (March 1755-October 1756) in behalf of, 2:566-646 

passim 
Johnson tour of country (1769), 7:29, 43, 44, 84-88, 89, 93, 101, 102, 107, 

119-20, 167, 176-77; 12:723, 743, 744, 747, 760 
Johnson tour of country (1770), 8:281, 317-20, 343; 12:S62, 873-74 
Johnson (Guy) map of country of, A:ta; 8:228, 248, 264 
Kickapoos and, 8:225, 233, 586 
Kingsborough meeting (1762), 3:751 
King's mission (1771) to 33 nations, 8:247, 259, 260, 261, 262, 278, 318-19, 

343, 349, 405-408, 418, 441, 630 
Lancaster Treaty (1762), 3:921, 986; 10:498-99, 504, 510, 533, 537-41, 

551-55 
land claims, 1:263, 268, 425, 432, 470, 528-30; 2:229-35; 4:239; 10:382, 
404-405, 680, 972 
Aughquisasne, 7:127-29; 8:216 

Cherokees and, 6:490, 513, 537, 692, 693-94, 708-709; 7:112, 160 
Conestoga, 4:324 

conquest and subjection issues in, 12:994-95 

Delaware claims and, 2:752-55; 3:844, 851; 4:20; 9:755-56; 10:672 
Hardenbergh patent, 7:1043, 1098; 8:348 
Hudson River, 3:374, 409-10, 680; 12:531, 538, 603-604 
Illinois, 8:886, 898 

Indian boundary line and, 5:362, 469, 486-87, 544, 552, 646; 6:5-6, 205, 
333, 407-408, 513; 7:17, 18, 99, 150-51, 179, 316, 332; 8:6, 76; 
11:713, 714; 12:256-57, 288-89, 295, 366-67, 374, 402, 419, 459, 510, 
520, 522, 526-27, 553, 674, 684-85 (See also Iroquois, Fort Ktamvix 
Congress, supra) 
Kanhawa River, 6:407, 408; 7:65, 66, 113, 119 
Kaynderosseras (See Kavaderosseras) 
by New York Treaties of 1701 and 1726, 13:40 
Ohio, 7:184; 8:6, 630, 639-40, 834; 13:436, 441, 445-46 
Pennsylvania deed release, 2:684, 752; 7:217-18: 10:43-48 54 57-58 

61, 539-40 
Pennsylvania grants for military service 0755), 2:392 
Susquehanna Purchase, 1:396-401, 405, 454-55, -194-95; 3:39° 661- 
4:70-71, SO; 9:131, 133-34, 142-45, 150-51, 152, 153, 199-200: 
10:215-16, 484-86 

Hartford Conference (1763), 4:123-29, 130, 138, 218; 10:663-69 
722-23, 752; 11:125-126 

Pennsylvania conveya, 1:454-55, 463-64, 485-86; 2:657, 684-85- 

6:556-57, 563; 7:75, 99-100, 141-42, 176-77; 9:157-58, 160; 
12:392 
settlemenl attempts, 3:821, 822, 824, 851, 883. 885, 801 939-41- 
4:20, 66, 67, 71-72, 74-75, 76 77, 80, L06, 119 122: 1*0- 116-17 
471-72, 490, 551 52, 656, 663, 671-72, 69] 92, 716, 720 
(See also Susquehanna Purchase) 
language structure, 12:953-54 : 13:60, 64, 202 

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Index 

Iroquois, 

liquor and, 1:298, 580-81; 9:65, 115, 119, 199, 200, 694, 721; 10:67, 73 

Logstown conference (1753) refusal, 13:23-24 

Loudoun and, 2:749-50, 764-66 

Mahicans and, 2:360; 7:323-24 

Maryland and, 1:318; 4:6-7, 69 

Miamis and, 2:795-96; 9:93 

migration (1771), 7:1149-50 

Mingos and, 4:586, 620-21, 624; 12:1034, 1039, 1046 

"Seneca" belts of 1764, 11:371 
missionaries to, 4:442, 540; 5:684; 6:545; 7:747, 762, 764; 9:63, 117; 

12:350 
Missisaugas and, 1:550 
Mohawk protest on Kayaderosseras and, 4:654, 665, 684, 747; 11:606-607, 

625-26, 651, 714, 742 
Mohawk Eiver attack threats and, 3:343, 853, 854; 9:666-67 
Montreal expedition (1760), 3:237n; 10:1S2, 184, 317; 13:163-64, 167-69, 

173-78, 189 
Munsees and, 7:1069-70 

Nanticokes and, 6:254; 9:241; 12:258, 312, 352-53, 363 
Newkirk murder (1762) and, 10:568-69, 583-96, 611, 623-25, 626-36, 653, 

679, 681 
at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:481, 511-12; 11:262-327 

sachem census, 11:309 
Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:303, 354, 421-23, 42S-503, 792; 4:296; 

10:330, 357-58, 361, 362; 11:721; journal, 13:215-74 
Niagara expedition (1759), 3:400; 13:119, 120, 121, 134 
numbers, 4:240-46; 13:695 
Ohio alliances, 3:995; 9:63 
Ohio and eastern groups, 4:578 
Onondaga Councils: 

(1748), 1:150, 151-52, 155-65, 168; 9:73 
(1751), 1:318, 326 

(1753), 1:388-91, 917; 9:110-20, 130, 140; 13:26-27 
(1755), 1:629, 636, 795; 9:155 

(1756), 2:442, 447, 458-59, 460-61, 464, 474, 481, 494, 496, 499-501, 506, 
514, 657-58; 9:439-40, 450, 451-52, 456-57, 460, 462-63, 468-70, 478- 
79, 488, 530 
expenses, for horses, 2:486-87 
Eeport to Henry Fox, 2:508-510 
Treaty, 2:509, 522, 536 

(1757), 2:664-66, 667-73, 694-95, 699-703, 884, 885; 9:583, 615, 621, 
631-32, 634, 640, 643, 661, 674, 695, 711, 714-15, 724, 769, 781 
neutrality decision, 9:783-86, 824-25, 838-39, 902-903, 926, 934-35; 
10:5, 464; 11:137-38, 145 
(1758), 2:772-73, 792, 793. 818, 821-24, 829-32, 835, 839-40, 844, 851, 
852, S66, 867; 9:785, 824, 868, 873, 874-75, 877, S80, 881, 8S2-83, 
895, 900, 905, 907, 916; 13:110, 111-13 
(1759), 3:188-92, 222; 10:81-82, 84, 86, 88 
(1761), 3:440; 10:221, 222, 237; 13:266-67 
(1762), 3:820, 909, 932-33, 940, 961, 967, 973, 974, 978, 980, 983, 988; 

4:6, 15; 10:538, 552, 553, 569, 623, 628 
(1763), 4:106, 119; 10:651, 663-69, 671, 717, 770, S45, 869, 894 
(1764), 4:367-68 
(1765), 11:661 
(1769), 7:86, 87, 98, 120, 142, 222, 264, 294-95, 319, 328, 332, 380, 

490-91, 525, 552; 12:769, 775, 797, 79S, 802 
(1772), 8:407, 638-39, 679; 12:999, 1050 
(1773), 8:753; 12:1018 

(1774), 8:1146; 13:674, 675, 676, 688, 689, 692, 694-97, 721 
Johnstown preliminary conferences, 13:680-81 
report to Guy Johnson, 13:700, 703 

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Western Indian messages, 13:677-78, 681, 686 
Oswegatchies and, 3:240, 251, 261, 263, 265; 13:124, 127, 133-34 
Oswego attack threats (1756) and, 9:344, 346, 365-66, 368-69, 382-S3, 431, 

432, 434, 436, 437 
Oswego capture and, 2:547, 707; 9:518-19, 520, 541, 901-902; 10:55 
Oswego conference plans (1756), 9:366, 368-69, 398, 403, 410, 415, 440, 

451, 452 
Oswego Congress (1759), 13:121, 124, 125-26, 127-41, 149, 152, 154-55, 

156-57 
Oswego Congress (1762), 3:793, 818, 821, 833-34 
Oswego incidents (1748), 1:133-38; 2:401, 409 
Oswego priest and, 9:48 
Oswego trade restrictions (1750), 9:69 
Ottawa Council (1762), 10:534-35 
Ottawa threats (1760), 10:141 
Ouiattanons and, 4:824; 8:586 

Pennsylvania condolence for Canasadego (1751), 1:317-18, 326 
Pennsylvania invitations (1758), 2:844, 850 

(1761), 3:354-55; 10:214, 221, 222, 232, 300-301, 307; 10:395-96 

(1762), 3:686-87, 688, 689; 10:395-96 
Pennsvlvania mediation request in frontier panic (1774), 8:1182-83, 1187; 

12:1124; 13:667-68 
Pennsylvania prisoner return (1762), 3:687, 688; 10:395-96, 498, 504, 

510, 559 
Philadelphia Council (1762), 3:663 
Philadelphia jailing of Indians (1757) and, 9:769 
Piankashaws and, 8:646 

Pittsburgh conference (Oct., 1773) on Shawnee warning to traders, 12:1034 
Pontiac and, 4:552-55; 11:818-20, 824, 905-906 
Quakers and, 2:776-77, 833; 3:4, 940 
recruitment (1758), 9:009-15, 923-25, 936-40, 942-43, 944-45, 966-67; 10:11- 

13, 20, 24-25, 29, 42, 316 
from Sault St. Louis, 1:146% (See also Caghnawagas) 
schools for, 5:343, 436, 439-40, 447, 471, 775; 9:127 
seminary proposal, 8:x, 857-59, 869-70, 919, 922-23 
Scioto Council (1771), 8:9, 111, 142, 160, 190, 318, 343, 373 

(1772), 8:552, 562, 586-87, 630, 63S-39, 660 

(1773), 8:755-57, 889-90, 1093 

(1774), 12:1081, 1082, 10SS-S9 
Seneca alienation attempted (1765), 4:787 
Seneca plot (1761) against Detroit, Niagara and Fort Pitt, 3:405-406, 

437-41, 448-53, 459-67, 477, 505, 510-21, 630, 691-93; 13:219 20. 223-24, 

225-26, 227, 230, 233, 236-37, 238-.".!). 253, 254-55, 256-57 
Seneca punishment issue (1763-64) and, 4:210-11, 272, 274, 282-83, 2S7, 299, 

319, 330, 335, 354, 402; 10:974, 990 
Shawnee accusation (1774) of concealing war-hatchet, 8:1057-58 
Shawnee appeal (1774) for union against English, 8:1109; 13:669-70 671 

674, 676, 699, 700 
Shawnee dependence, 8:75-76, 648. 675, 689, 837; 9:310 

Iroquois resolve to shake off, 8:1032; 12:1051, 1081, 1093-94, 1116. 
1122; 13:640, 679 
Shirley instructions for Council Man. 1756), 2:409-12 
Shirley speech for Council (Jan. 1756), 2:413 16 
smiths for, 9:65, 69-70, 127, 583, 630 

Southern Indian hostilities (1757), 9:587-88 (See also [roquois, Cherokee 

war, sn pin i 
Stamp Ad and, 5:20] ; 12:75 
Stump murders (1768) and, 6:95, 107-108, IK), 111, 114-15, 117-18, 124. 

126, 149-50, 151, 155, 203; 12:420-21, 421), 131-36, 153-56, 161, 163, 

468, 470 
Susquehannas and, 2:429, 488, 490 
Susquehanna migration to Ohio (1758), 2:820, S75, 876-77 

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Iroquois, 

Teedyuscung and, 2:555-56, 752, 825-27, 829-30, 842; 3:4 
threat of general Indian war and: 

(1762-63), 3:931, 964-65; 4:71-72, 75, 77, 95-100, 137-38, 164, 1S3, 

189, 213 
(1767-68), 5:751, 755, 763; 6:275, 307; 13:436 
(1769-70), 7:142, 404, 405, 652-53 
trade with, 1:47; 2:831, 841; 3:29, 240, 251; 4:541; 5:363; 9:583, 628, 
769, 888, 890-91, 941, 952; 10:237-38, 239 
wintering restrictions, 12:162-63 
trade indemnities, 4:768; 5:16, 38, 458; 11:650 
Treaty of 1756, 2:440, 442 
Tuscarora northward migration (1766) and, 12:232, 240, 273-76, 312, 314, 

362 429 431" 13:391-92 
Virginia and, 1:280, 318, 912, 914; 3:978, 988; 4:69, 189, 190-91, 193, 196; 
10:550, 566, 584, 592, 593, 594, 604-605 
Winchester invitation to Council (1755), 9:154, 155-56 
Virginia-Shawnee hostilities (1774) and, 8:1177, 1182-83, 1184, 1187, 1193, 

1194, 1197, 1198 
Wabash Indians and, 7:134, 138; 8:842-43 
war belts (1763), 10:688-89 
war belts (1768), 6:250, 275; 12:522-23, 543-44 

war belt of Indian union for general uprising, guarded by, 12:1082 
Warren bequest for education of, 3:880 
Warren gift of rum, 13:30 
Western Indian alliances, 7:78-79, 108, 140, 171, 184; 8:6-11, 57, 75-78, 

219-20, 251, 349; 10:200, 203, 204, 477, 506-507, 512, 519; 13:408-409 
Western Indian embassies (1765), 11:905-906, 907, 931, 940 
Western Indian embassies (1773-74), 12:1034, 1044-52, 1055-60, 1089, 1091- 

94, 1114; 13:640, 641, 666, 671-72, 673-74, 677-78, 681, 686 

Western Indian jealousy of, 7:15, 29, 108, 150-51, 160, 264, 316, 332, 407- 

408, 652, 656, 705; 8:75-78; 11:786-87, 824, 835, 838, 842, 846, 877, 893, 

900; 12:726 

Western Indian negotiations for union against English (1767), 13:440-46 

Western Indian revolts (1763) and, 10:723-24, 725, 727, 728, 746-53, 754- 

58, 871-72; 11:23, 33, 70; 13:299, 320 (See also Senecas) 
Western Indian threat to, 4:200; 8:259, 278, 406-407 
Wheelock and, 6:450; 10:271, 272-73, 279-80, 309-10, 313-14, 363, 440-41, 

468 
Wraxall on, 2:407 

See also specific nations, i.e., Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Seneca, 
Tuscarora, and see specific sub-groups, e.g., Canajoharie Indians 
Iroquois, Lake, 1:651 
Iroquois River, 8:587 
Irving, lieut. col., 2:353 

Irwin (Erwin), , 1:192; 9:34 

Irwin, Joseph, 4:251; 7:1065; 12:800 
named in patents, 12:818, 959, 988 
Irwin, William, lieut., 13:226, 258 
Isaac (Indian), 5:568 
Isaac (Isace — Canajohary Indian), 2:780 

Isaac (Thayayake — Canajoharie), on Montreal expedition, 10:1S1; 13:175 
Isaac (Mohawk), 3:162; 8:955, 965; 9:19, 22, 23 
Kayaderosseras settlers and, 11:359-61 
on Mohawk garrison, 9:498 
Isaac (Anoghsokte — Mohawk), on Montreal expedition, 10: ISO; 13:174 
Isaac (Oquaga), 12:270, 346 

indemnity for Seneca murder of Frenchmen (1774), 8:1049 
ministry of, 11:42-43, 48-49 
New Jersey execution witness (1766), 12:271 
Isaac (Tuscarora), 3:675; 12:240 
Isaac of the Hill, 3:159 
Isaacs, , lieut., 2:259; 9:280 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Isaacs, Samuel, 7:352 
Isackson, Abraham, 9:651 
Iseman, Johaimess, 1:363 
Ishwabama (Ishwabomi), 8:787, 797 
Isle-aux-Nois, see Noix, Isle aux 
Isle La Motte, see La Motte, Isle 
[sle Perault, see Perault, Isle 

Isle Royale, 3:273n, 446, 465; 10:239; 13:224, 237 
Islip, Long Island, 8:S54 
Italy, 7:428 
Ittig, Jacob, 5:331 
Itigh, Hans Michael, 11:933-37 
ltigh, Jacob, 11:933-37 
Ittigh, Michael, 8:1210 
Iungo (Canadian Indian), 13:707 
Izard (Izzard, Igard, Yzard), Ealph, 7:731 
Allen introduction of, 4:767, 832 
biographical sketch, 7:713ft 
inheritance, 7 : 68 

Johnson Hall visits, 11:802, 830; 12:138 
Monerieffe on, 4:775 
Montreal visit (1765), 4:811 
prisoners sent by, 4:780 
Jack (Madogh'k— Mahican), 10:183; 13:177 
Jack (Mohawk sachem), 9:61 
Jack (Negro), 5:496 
Jacketis, see Tacketis 
Jackson, , capt., 2:407 

Jackson, , Councillor, 4:420 

Jackson, Abraham, l:779n 
Jackson, James, 13:497 
Jackson, Richard : 

Connecticut English agency, 4:217n; 6:687n 
Illinois colonization proposal and, 12:436 
on Indian Affairs management, 6:231-32 
Pennsylvania English agency, 4:269; 6:82 

Pennsylvania message (1768) on Indian boundary line, 12:417-19 
Jackson's River, Virginia, 2:427; 4:190, 191 
Jacob (as prisoner), 11:489 
Jacob (Canadiorke), 9:909 
Jacob, in Adems accounts, 13:594, 603 
Jacob (Onoghtorha — Canajoharie), 3:176; 11:817 
Klock and, 4:58, 79; 8': 935; 11:556 
on Montreal expedition, 10:181 ;13:175 
Jacob (Cayuga), 9:303 

Jacob (Knamhikan — Mahican), 10:183; 13:177 
Jacob (Mohawk) : 

Brower land deed and, 8:957, 960 
Jacob (Mohawk, Oapt. Jacobs): 

in Detroit relief (1763), 4:260; 10:870, 918, 955 
death (1767), 6:6, 63 
Gladwin and, 11:191, 192, 233 
Montour Niagara journey (1764) and, 11:198, 208 
Niagara scout (1764), 11: 121 
Jacob (Anoghreandi — Mohawk), 10:180, 13 : 17Q 
Jacob (Nadohonagaraa — Mohawk), 10: ISO; 13:17 1 
Jacob (Mohegaii I, 10:75 
Jacob (Negro'), 4:132 

Jacob (Oneida Indian), 2:552 ; 3:168; 4:140; 9:655, 701, 702 
Jacob (Oquaga > : 

at Johnson Hall conference (Sept. 1762), 10:518 
presents, 2:643; 3:152; 9:650 j 10:97 

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Index 

Jacob (Oquaga), 

Seneca indemnities for murdered Frenchmen (1774), 3:1049 
Jacob (Schoharie), 3:156, 166; 13:542; 11:658-59 

on Montreal expedition, 10:181; 13:177 
Jacob (son of Teedyuscung), 3:766 

Jacob, Captain (Stockbridge Indian), see Cheeksonkaun, Jacob, capt. 
Jacobs, Captain (Delaware), 11:436; 13:261 

at Croghan Fort Pitt conference (May, 1765), 11:724 

on Montreal expedition, 10:183; 13:177 
Jacob (Atkaniyatha — Tuscarora), 10:1S2; 13:176 
Jacob Wide Mouth (Sakoderiughtha — Canajoharie) on Montreal expedition, 

10:181; 13:176 
Jacobs, capt., 1:116; 2:764; 3:402, 403 
Jacobs, Philip, 5:133 
Jacobs, Samuel, 5:53-54, 119; 12:41, 52 
Jacobson, , capt., 8:139 

Jacomine (Mohawk), 3:161; 8:957, 960 
Jacoquenda (Onondaga), 7:976 
Jacques (Canassadaga chief), 7:948 
Jadeau (Tadeau, Tadot), see also Jadot 

declaration on French involvement in Detroit siege, 10:985-86; 13:317-21 

at Detroit courts of inquiry (1765) on siege of 1763, 4:672, 673-76 

errata, 13:1024 

on Pontiac, 11:218-19 
Jadot, murder of, 5:564, 573; 12:323 
Jako (French Indian), 11:697, 698 
Jamaica : 

Clarke (Edward) in, 12:221 

British troops in (1768), 6:338 

governorship of, 2:451; 3:596 

hurricane of 1744, 1:25 

Prevost in, 8:759-62 

Rodney's fleet, 8:203 

rum from, 8:594, 656, 665, 759-60, 761, 850 

Stevenson (James) in, 8:718, 761 

trade with, 1:31-32, 36-37, 204, 217; 4:884; 8:759 

Tyrrell's report on battle (1741) near, 1:10-14 

visitors (1769) from, 7:22, 27-28, 43 

weather of, 13:181 
James, , 7:538 

James, , mason, in Adems accounts, 13:557, 564, 567, 593 

James, , in Michilimackinac attack, 10:777 

James II, king of England, 8:653-54, 956-57, 992; 12:519 
James, Benjamin, 5:382, 516, 830 
James, John, 7:438 
James, Marrey, 4:155; 11:433 
James, Thomas, maj., lieut. col., 4:S65 
Jamet, , lieut., 10 : 695™, 744 ; 13:295 

Jammcy (prisoner), 11:488 
Jan, Indian sold (1771) into slavery, 12:909-10 
Jan Coeur, see Joncaire 
Janner, Ury, 7:533 
Jannetye (Indian squaw), 4:84, 147 
Jansen, Iiendrick, 12:531 

Jaque (Kanoni — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:176 
Jaque (Tehanoyoughqua— Mohawk), 10:181; 13:174 
Jaqueri, Daniel, 3:377, 386 
Jarman, William, 11:923 
Jarmia (Johnson servant), 8:490 
Jarvis, Rev. , 5:430 

Jarvis, see also Gervais 

Jarviss, ( of Middletown, Conn.), 4:428 

Jaunai, Pere, 4:484 

290 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Jauncey, James, 6:440-41, 485, 588n, 621, 636 

Jean Baptiste (Wadongemit), interpreter, 10:410 

Jecocks, David, 12:819; 13:590 

Jef ery, Sarah, 4 : 160 

Jeffery, , capt., 4:328 

Jeffrey, Michael, 10:929 

Jeffreys (Jeffries), James, 6:409-70, 534, 549 

Jemikakonick (Indian chief), 9:342 

Jemmy (Johnson>-eeTvant), pressed by Alexander, 1:786, 841 

Jemmy (Oneida J - ; 9:628, 662 

Jenings, John, 4:882 

Jenison, John, 5:32, 99, 169; 6:418, 420 

Jenkasarone (Cayuga), 9:729 

Jenkins, Edward, Heat., 10:640-41; 13:263 
on French-Indian intrigue (1763), 10:640-41 
interpreters' certificates, 4:191; 5:20; 13:296 
Ouiatanon attack threats (1762), 10:476 
Ouiatanon capture of, 4:182; 10:690-91, 744; 13:295 

Jennison, I., 5:134 

Jenny (slave), 5:138; 12:1070 

Jenny, Sinison, 8:1214 

Jenundadas, see Chenondadey Indians 

Jenyns, Soames, 4:20, 214; 6:32, 215 

Jeofrey, Phebe, 4:160 

Jeofry, Joseph, 4:159; 5:154 

Jere, William, 2:529, 533-34, 544; 9:495-97, 499-500, 502, S25; 13:89, 91 

Jeremiah (Mohawk), 9:567, 581 

Jeremy (Magauwopogh — Mahican), 10:183; 13:177 

Jerremy, in Adems accounts (1770), 13:552, 5S4, 585, 591, 592 

Jerup (Cerup), in Claus accounts (1770), 13:709, 712 

Jesch, Edward, 12:792 

Jesch, Robert, 12:792 

Jessup (Jessep, Jessop), Ebenezer: 
Church of England and, 8:351 
Fonda and, 8:312, 393, 474, 644, 676-77 

land purchases, 8:4-5, 131, 198, 227-28, 311-12, 364, 642, 682; 12:958, 
986-88, 991, 1006 

boundaries, 8:452, 507, 570, 579-80; 12:957-58 
Campbell survey, 8:452, 507, 570, 579-80 
Low (Isaac) and, 8:367, 382, 393-94, 397, 451, 474; 12:935 
patent fees, 8:728-29, 982-83; 12:986-8S, 1006; 13:530 
Tuttle boat repairs and, 8:508 

Jessup, Edward, 8:4-5, 131, 682, 728, 982 

Jestarara, Seth, 1:405 

Jesuits, see Society of Jesus 

Jethro (slave), 13:29 

Jienondadee Indians, see Chenondadey Indians 

Jimmy (Oneida Indian), 2:703-704 

Joachim (River Indian), 2:5,S9; 10:62, 60, 92 

Joannes, , 2:20, 22 

Job, in Adems accounts, 13:508 

Joe (Mahican), 2:371-72; 9:211-12 

Joer, Benjamin, 7:462 

Jogues, Father, 10: In 

Johannis (Oanajoharie), 3:157; 13:511 
on Montreal expedition, 10:181; 13:175 

.Johannes (Ta.yofsynronsere ( ''ana joharie). 10:181; 13:175 

Johannes (Tehanoghrakhas— Canajoharie), on Montreal expedition, 10:181; 

X o ! J. /' O 

Johannes (Big Johannes, Anughsagandiake— Mohawk) , on Montreal expedition. 

lutloOj 13:174 
Johannes (Rahcyos — Mohawk), on Montreal expedition, 10:180; 13:174 

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Index 

Johannes (Sozihowane — Mohawk), on Montreal expedition, 10:180; 13:173 

John (Indian, d. 1761), 3:596 

John (Indian, in Adems accounts), 13:590 

John (Canajoharie), 2:578 

John (Oghwistadere — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:176 

John (Mahican), 2:371-72; 9:211-12 

John (Aneweeniot — Mahican), 10:183; 13:177 

John (Monamauckh — Mahican), 10:183; 13:177 

John (Songoos — Mahican), 10:183; 13:177 

John (Wosauegk — Mahican), 10:183; 13:177 

John (Mohawk), 3:170; 9:720, 768; 12:603-604 

John (Sokodyoughquisax — Mohawk), 10:180; 13:174 

John (Nanticoke), 9:712 

John (Oneida), 10:84 

John ( Tekahoweasere — Oneida), on Montreal expedition, 10:181; 13:176 

John (Kaneya-a — Onondaga), 10:182; 13:178 

John (Schoharie), 2:570 

John (Seneca), 2:632, 672; 9:612 

John (Shawnee), 11:846 

John (Stockbridge Indian), 9:622; 12:603-604 

John (Otsineghtara — Tuscarora), 10:1S2; 13:176 

John, Oaptain (Conestoga), 9:729 

John, Captain (Delaware), 11:435, 436, 456 

at Croghan Fort Pitt conference (May, 1765), 11:724 
John, Captain (Mahican), 7:436 
John, Captain (Sandusky Indian), 11:724 
John, Captain (Willopothee), 5:666 
John, John, widow, 4:376 
John, Sonto, 11:433 

John Baptist (Seskyeghte Seghsenowak — Oneida), 10:182; 13:176 
John George (Conoy), 9:792 
Johnny (Cherokee Indian), 2:863 
John Penn's Creek, see Penn's Creek 
Johnsay, John, 7:462 

Johnson, , capt., killed at Niagara, 4:208; 10:815, 817, 818 

Johnson, (Connecticut agent), 6:759, 783 

Johnson, Ann (Johnson's daughter, Nancy), see Claus, Ann Johnson 
Johnson, Anne (Johnson's daughter by Mary Brant), 12:1070 
Johnson, Anne Warren (Johnson's mother), 2:ix; 4:898; 13:734 
Johnson, Catherine (sister of Sir William), 1:931 
Johnson, Catherine Weisenberg, l:14n; 13:335 

burial with Sir William, 12:1063 
Johnson, Christopher (Sir William's father) : 

death of, 10:663, 674-75, 721, 771 

family grave monument, 4:898 

house in County Meath, photograph, 13:734 

Indian replacement of, 11:110 

letter (1754) from Sir William, 1:929-31 

pedigree, 13:734 

Reily and, 1:244 

in Warren (Sir Peter) will, 13:21 
Johnson, Clark, 1:89 
Johnson, David, 7:866; 11:487 
Johnson, Edward: 

Mohawk Eiver attack threat (1763), 10:772 

Tuscarora conversion and, 3:675; 10:220-21 
Johnson, Elizabeth (Betsy, Sir William's daughter), 8:1140n, 1163- 12-1068- 

69; 13:271 
Johnson, Frances (Fanny— Sir William's sister), 1:319 
Johnson, Frederick Colpoys Ormsby, 2:xi; 13 :x 
Johnson, George (Johnson's son by Mary Brant), 12:1069 
Johnson, Sir Gordon, 13 :xii 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Johnson, Guy, lieut., capt., col.: 

at Abenaki conference (Johnson Hall, July, 1768), 12:569, 579 

Abercromby and, 9:889, 892 

accounts, 5:412; 8:1202, 1206-1207, 1214, 1215; 12:731, 870, 1121 

Adems and, 7:211, 275, 983; 8:266-70 

as Adjutant General, 4:186, 228, 229; 7 :12n, 88, 153 

Albany county division and, 8:311, 359 

petition composed by, 8:328-29, 330-35, 372 
at Albany Mahican conference (1762), 10:386 
American arrival (1756), 2:474n, 479?t, 481 
Assembly seat (1773), 8:689, 702-705, 710, 714-15, 721-22 
Auchmuty and, 5:508 
autograph, 2:xiii 
biographical sketch, i:xi 
Baker (Samuel) and, 8:329, 649, 752 
Barrow and, 8:716 
Barton and, 5:403 

Blackburn and, 8:649, 752, 831, 1009, 1042, 1134 
books ordered by, 6:779 
Bradstreet and, 7:656, 659 
at Bradstreet troop return, 11:506 
in Butler accounts (1768), 13:518 
in Campbell account (1756-65), 13:343, 344, 345, 364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 

369, 371, 372 
Canajoharie patent and, 4:615, 644; 10:929, 941 
at Canajoharie conference (April, 1758), 13:110 
Canajoharie-Klock dispute and, 4:50; 12:365 
Canasadaga warning to Fort Ontario (1766), 12:200 
captaincy commission (1763), 10:874, 910 
at Cayuga conference (Feb., 1770), 12:777 
Chew request for loan of a house, 7:1147 

children bora to, 4:432, 435; 7:1109, 1127, 1136, 1154; 12:713 
at Chippewa conference (Johnson Hall, June, 1765), 11:770 
Chippewa conferences (1768), 12:548-50, 555, 558, 562 
chronology, 4 : xii-xiii 
Colden visit (1771), 8:528 

colonial administration of trade and, 12:525-26, 546, 553, 743-44 
company recruitment, 2:818 
company sale, 3:912, 959, 977, 981 

condolence (1768) for unidentified family death, 12:505 
Croghan gift of Illinois land, 5:129-30 
Darlington invitation (1764), 4:523 
Dartmouth on, 8:1181 

daughter's death (1767), 5:709; 12:363n, 713 
daughter's death (1770), 12:844-45 
Davis and, 7:305 

Detroit attack threats (1769), 12:744 
Detroit traders murdered (1768), 12:507-508 
Duncan and, 8:1068, 1080 
Fonda and, 6:788; 7:907 

Fort Ontario Congress with Pontiac (1766), 12:146-47 152 
Fort Stanwis Congress (1768) nnd, 12:618, 623, 627 

invitations, 12:488 B9, 493-94, 500-502, 502-504, 504-507, 524 527 582 
Franklin (William) and, 7:120 

on French-Indian intrigues (1768), 12:509, 524, 527, 543-44 
fur purchase for Amherst, 10:.". I I 

Gladwin reports of Iroquois disloynlty (1762), 10:394n, 424n, 425n 
Gordon (Lord Adam) purclmsc in Servis patent, 13:528 
Great Carrying Place scouting trip (1757). 9:864 
Gunter debt, 2:744-46 
Haldimand and, 8:1194, 1197 
Hartford, Connecticut, conference (1763) between Troquois and Governor 

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Index 

Johnson, Guy, lieut., capt., col., 

Pitch, 4:119, 122, 123, 130; 10:668, 669 
health (1770), 12:774 
health (1771), 7:1129, 1138; 8:288, 327 

house struck by lightning, 8:823, 828, 836, 840, 1009; 12:1026; 13:617n 
Howard correspondence, 12:391 
Howe American expedition (1776), 13:730 

Indian Affairs Deputy Agent appointment (1762), 3:876, 886-87, 895, 912, 
959; ±:xi, 826; 10:520, 549, 569; 11:891 
commissary surveillance, 12:414, 523-24; 13:424 
Indian Affairs records (1782) and, 13:733 
Indian Affairs Secretaryship : 

appointment recommendations, 3:718, 730, 731; 4:629; 10:434, 438 

letter composition, 7:1066 

Marsh deputation of duties (1764), 13:332n 

ordered to rejoin his company, 3:679, 730, 741, 793, 895; 10:434, 439 

service (1761), 3:430, 442, 448, 454, 458, 460, 466, 474, 495, 545, 571, 

581; ±:xi; 11:891 
service (1762), 3:690, 745; 10:357, 364 
Indian Affairs Superintendence, ±:xi; 8:x, 1130, 1185, 1187, 1188, 1192, 
1194, 1198; 12:1101-1102, 1123; 13:637, 640, 642, 668, 669, 674-75, 688, 
690, 697, 728, 733 
Claus and, 13:643-46, 672-73, 725-31 

command in Johnson's absence, 6:187, 203, 207, 209; 7:911; 8:281, S38, 
856, 859-60, 875-76, 877-78, 879; 12:478, 490, 505, 515, 523, 743-44, 
862, 873-74 
Ohio Indians and, 13:687 
Onondaga Council (1774) and, 13:678 
Indian boundary line and, 6:411, 449; 8:856, 859-60, 882; 12:509-10, 514, 

519-21, 522, 526-27 
Indian name, Uraghquadirha, 8:1200m, 
Indian request for ammunition (1771), 8:2S8 
at Iroquois Congress (Johnson Hall, Sept. 1762), 10:509 
at Iroquois conference (Johnson Hall, March 1763), 10:626 
at Iroquois Congress (German Flats, July, 1763), 10:746, 770 
at Iroquois Congress (Johnson Hall, Dec. 1763), 10:957, 964 
at Iroquois Congress (Johnson Hall, March, 1764) on Seneca peace, 11:134 
Iroquois Congress (Sept. 1774), 8:1200-1201; 13:680-81 
at Iroquois-Johnson conference (1774), 8:1186-87, 1192-93, 1194, 1198; 

12:1107, 1112, 1121-22, 1124; 13:640-41, 668, 671, 673 
at Iroquois meeting (Fort Johnson, 1758), 9:879, 885; 10:66, 85 
at Iroquois meeting (Oswego, Aug., 1759), 13:135 
at Iroquois meeting (Johnson Hall, Jan., 1764), 11:28, 29 
at Iroquois meeting (1760), 3:188 
Iroquois meeting (1775), 13:722 
on Iroquois power (1774), 13:695-97 
Iroquois war-belts (1763) and, 4:99; 10:689 
at Johnson Hall party (July, 1765), 13:375-76 
on Johnson's death (July, 1774), 8:1186-87, 1192, 1193, 1194, 1197, 1198 

1200; 12:1121-24; 13:637, 640, 668 
in Johnson's will, 4:xi; 12:1065, 1066, 1067-68, 1074, 1076; 13:6S7 
Johnstown government and, 12:982 
justice appointment lists, 12:768, 784, 792 
justice appointment powers, 12 : 824 

Kayashoton and, 13:640, 641, 607, 671-72, 6S1-82, 686-87 
land grant for military service, 4:843, 853, 857, 869, 877, 884; 11:20, 116- 

17, 120-22, 130-31, 825, 920; 12:297; 13:378 
land purchase between Schoharie and the Mohawks, 12:855 
Lawyer and Zimmer patent and, 8:1089 
leg broken (1767), 5:599, 600, 613, 647, 659, 696, 724, 745, 759, 772, 776, 

S23, 848; 12:343, 366, 713 
Loudoun and, 2:724; 9:889 
MacLean and, 5:549; 10:208, 210 

294 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

MacLeod and, 6:605; 12:266 

Mahican conference (Guy Park, May, 1768), 12:497-500 

Mahican conference (Schenectady, April, 1768), 12:480-S2 

map of the Iroquois country, 4:xi; 8:228, 248, 264 

marriage, 4:«i, 40, 64, 92 

Masons and, 7:738?i 

Massey and, 4:778; 5:84; 12:164 

memorial (1772), 8:521 

militia commissions and, 6:118; 7:359 

at Mingo conference (Johnson Hall, Jan., 1774), 12:1044 

at Missisaug-a conference (Aug., 1768), 12:590 

Mohawk conferences (Guy Park, May-June, 1768), 12:502-504, 504-507, 

515-16, 529-43, 573 
at Mohawk conferences (July- Aug., 1768), 12:566, 572 

Mohawk land claims and, 5:381; 8:410-11, 963, 965; 12:527, 529-43, 566-67 
Moore visit to Johnson Hall (176S) and, 6:283, 343, 350, 399-400, 401, 

402, 403 
Mortier and, 7:637, 710, 758; 8:505 
on New York City "tumults" (1775), 7:450 
New York City visit (1772), 12 : 932 

at New York Council hearings (1767), 5:503, 515, 525; 12:26S-69, 281, 282 
New York mission (1776) from England, 13:728, 731 
New York trip with John Johnson (1765), 4:638, 642, 648, 658; 11:537, 

542, 544, 560, 561, 569, 953 
lieutenancy commission, 3:122-23, 127, 131, 186 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:472; 11:250, 278, 281, 283, 309, 313 
at Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:430, 442, 448, 454, 458, 460, 466, 

474, 495, 501; 10:287, 289, 325, 330; 13:253 

journey, 13:216, 226, 228, 234, 239, 241, 244, 267, 268, 272 
Northampton lands and, 8:345 
oath of allegiance, 8:655 
oaths of militia officers and, 6:697 
officer appointment powers of, 12:772 

Oneida resettlement (1774) of New England Indians, 13:683-84 
at Oneida-Tuscarora and Nanticoke conference (Johnson Hall, April 1763") 

10:643 ' * " 

(Johnson Hall, Feb. 1764), 11:83 
at Onondaga meeting (1762) on Newkirk murder, 3:909, 933, 961, 967, 973 

978, 980, 983, 9S8; 4:15; 10:569, 583-96, 611 
Onondaga Council (1774) and, 13:674, 675, 676, 6S8, 689, 692 

decisions of, 13:694-97, 700-701, 703 

Western Indian messages, 13:677-78, 681-82, 686-87 
at Oquaga conference (Johnson Hall, 1764), 11:46 
Pennsylvania frontier panic (1774) and, 8:1187; 12-1124 
Peters on, 6:518, 546 
Phyn on, 6:413 

portrait, 2:%ii; 7:710; 10 : frontispiece ; IZ-.xi, 636 
on postal hazards, 5:732 
regimental returns, 8:522; 12:766, 807 
resistance to New England threat (1775), 8:1202-1203 
Revolutionary rumors amongsl Indians, 13:691, 694-95 698 700 703 
Rogers-Roberts dispute (1767) and, 12:353-54, 356-57 ' 
royal instructions (1772) to Johnson, 12:965 
salary: 

(1773), 8:831 

(1764), 11:366 

(1766), 5:442 

(1768), 12:640 

(1769), 12:731, 764 

(1770), 7:424; 12:805 

(1771), 8:329 

(1773), 8:831 

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Johnson, Guy, lieut., capt., col., 

Saxberry suit, 11:557 

Schenectady church and, 12:293; 13:378-79 

Schenectady guard (1763), 10:917-18 

Schoharie conference (1758), 9:885 

Seabury and, 7:213 

Seneca ammunition request (1774), 13:684-85 

Seneca George (son's murder) and, 7:87 

on Seneca murder of Frenchmen (1773), 8:886, 899; 12:1029 

Shawnee punishment proposals (1774) and, 13:640, 679, 682 

Shipboy accounts, 6:36-37 

Shoe (Godfrey) and, 8:864 

Shuckburgh death and, 8:867, 877 

Sons of Liberty letter on Sir William, 12:282-83 

Southern Indian war (1761), 10:209 

at Stone Arabia, 2:809-11; 13:101 

threat of general Indian war (1774) and, 13:641, 667-72, 673-74, 6S1-82, 
690-92 

Virginia militia used against Shawnees and, 13:687, 688-89, 693, 695, 
696, 698-99 

Tryon visit (1772) to Johnson Hall, 8:543 

Van Eps and, 8:138, 193, 904, 1018 

in Wallace account (1772), 8:471; 13:706 

Watts and, 8:706 

Western Indian threat (1768) and, 6:275-76 

Wetherhead and, 6:234, 260 
Johnson, Guy Ormsby (1886-1957), 13 :x 
Johnson, Eev. Jacob W s : 

Fort Stanwix Congress (1768) and, 6:431, 443, 609rc; 12:598-99, 657, 748- 
50, 919 

Oneida lands and, 6:450 

royal toast, 6:445 

Senecas and, 6:447 

Wheelock and, 6:450; 12:748-50, 919 
Johnson, James, 3:608; 9:169-70; 10:349 
Johnson, Joel, 1:188 
Johnson, John (brother of Sir William), 1:88-89, 257-58, 319, 352 

in Ireland, 2:425; 4:502n; 5:269; 7:331 

in Johnson will, 12:1071, 1074 

portrait forwarded to Johnson, 5:771, 794-95, 853; 13 :xii 

Warren will and, 13:21 
Johnson, Sir John, capt., col.: 

at Abenaki conference (Johnson Hall, July, 176S), 12:569 

accounts, 4:855, 858, 860; 5:87, 721; 6:230; 7:556, 559, 561; 12:1120 
suit in Exchequer (1788), 13:732-33 

Adageghtingue lands and, 13:15w 

Adems land indenture (1771), 8:266-70 

Albany county division and, 8:332, 359 

Assembly candidacy, 6:70, 188, 575, 606, 608, 609; 12:408, 692 

autograph, A.:xv 

Barrow and, 8:716 

Blackburn and, 7:707, 830, 894; 8:342, 358-59, 433-34, 1009, 1059; 
12:979-80 

blacksmith work done for, 7:1060-61 

Brant (Joseph) and, 8:1216 

Burton invitation (1765) to Canada, 11:700 

in Campbell account (1756-65), 13:365, 368, 369, 371, 373 

at Canajoharie meeting (1763), 4:50 

in Canajoharie patent, 3:634; 4:615, 644; 5:417-18, 475-76, 564; 6:771: 
10:248; 12:341 ' ' 

captain's commission, 3:551n 

Carleton Island expedition (1779) and, 8:1215 

296 



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Chew and, 7:241 

chimney piece for, 8:801 

coat of arms, 3:xi 

Colden (Cadwallader) and, 8:528 

commissary general's office and, 5:469 

company of, 3:285-86, 287 

debtor's accounts (anonymous, 1769) against, 7:34 

Duncan & Phvn account (1767), 5:592-95 

English voyage, 4:788, 798, 849, 850, 851, 853, 854, 855, 856, 868, 861, 862; 

5:21, 120, 182-83, 202, 208, 269, 371, 376, 429, 527, 540; 6:481; 7:288; 

11:953-54, 967; 13:376 

Croghan advice on occasion of, 11:964-65, 979-81; 12:4, 36, 40 

Ireland visited, 12:88, 250, 252 

Hertfordshire, 12:248 

return to America (1767), 5:415, 491, 599, 602, 603, 605-606, 607, 641, 
664, 704, 705, 706, 709, 722, 724, 728, 733, 743, 747, 758, 773, 790; 
6:8, 196; 12:311, 313, 316, 318, 341, 371, 372, 385 

Scotland visited, 12:250 
expedition (1764;, 4:386, 389, 395, 415, 417, 423, 427; 11:112, 130 

Oquaga relief, 11:113, 114, 128, 180 
Fort Johnson residence, 11:236ft 
Franklin and, 7:497 
gardening, 7:611 
Gordon (Lord Adam) on, 6:338 
Gordon correspondence, 12:711, 713, 894-95 
governorship rumored, 5:98, 130 
grandmother's death, 12:114ft 
Haldimand and, 8:1026, 1033, 1119, 1138, 1148 

commission offer (1762) from, 10:400-401, 407-408 
Indian Affairs Superintendency : 

Olaus memorandum signature (1780), 13:731 

proposed (1774) devolvement on. 13:644, 645, 726 
Inglis and, 7:966 

Iroquois Congress (Johnson Hall, Ju'.iy, 1774), 12:1112 
at Iroquois meeting (Fort Johnson, March 1761), 10:236 
at Iroquois meeting (Fort Johnson, Jan. 1762), 10:357, 364 
Johnson (Samuel) and, 5:440-41, 472, 586, 840 
Johnson's death and, 12:1124; 13:637, 640 

Kinderhook regiment address on, 8:11s7; 13:638-39 
in Johnson's will, 8:1190, 1191 ; 12:1064, 1065-66, 1067, 1072, 1073-74, 1076 
Johnstown clergyman and, 5:415, 477, 728; 6:190; 13:416-17 
Johnstown governmeni and, 12:982 
justice appointment lists, 12:783, 792 
justice appointment powers, 12:824 
Kennedy & Lyle account against, 8:454 
knighted (1766). 5:29, 33, 35, 12, 46, 48, 49-50, 51-52, 55-56, 61-62 63 82 

83, 103, 107-108, 116, 123, 136, 205, 279, 412; 11:980; 12:18, 33, 35 
land grant of, 4:289-90, 317, .",32, 346, 356, 366, 387, 410 
land purchase between Schoharie and the Mohawks, 12:855 
lottery ticket, 4: 2.1s 
McKee (Alexander) and, 8:1196 
marriage, 8:805-806, 808, 814, si 7, 823, 824, 829, S36, 867, 874; 12-1030 

engagement, 8:729, 737, 741-42, 757, 761-62 

pros] is, 7:1144; 8:24-25, 196, 358, 502-503, 713, 725; 11:965; 12:316 

militia appointment, 5:609-10 

inirrm-s bought by, 7:536, 553, 564 

at Mohawk conferences (Guy Park, May, 1768). 12:504, 515 

Mohawk land claims and, 5:477 

Mohawk River expedition (1776) plans, 13:730 

in Mortier account, 8:506 

Mortier visit (1771), 8:295 

Narragansett land claims and, 5:491 92 

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Index 

Johnson, Sir John, 

Schenectady trustees and, 8:1018 

Schuyler will and, 4:449 

Shelbume and, 5:S20 

Stamp Act and, 11:980 

Surveyorship of the Woods of America, 8:342, 433-34, 502 

Tryon County committee and, 8:1207, 1214 

Tryon County quarrel (1775), 8:1205, 1206 

Tryon visit to Johnson Hall (1772), 8:543 

Wallace visit (1771), 7:1127, 1136, 1145, 1154; 8:237, 263, 300-301, 310-11, 
362 

Wallace visits (1772-73), 8:625, 651, 659, 723, 730, 765, 810 

Wethei'liead invitation, 7:466 
Johnson, John (New York saddler), 8:18 
Johnson, John, from Sutton, Mass., 8:663-64 
Johnson, John Ormsby, 2:xi 

Johnson, Joseph (Mohegan), 12:1038, 1060, 1117-19 
Johnson, Julia, 12:36?>n 

Johnson, Magdalene (daughter of Sir William), 8:1190; 12:1069 
Johnson, Margaret (daughter of Sir William), 8:1191 ; 12:1069 
Johnson, Mary (daughter of Sir William and Molly Brant), 8:1191; 12:1069-70 
Johnson, Mary (Polly, daughter of Sir William and wife of Guy Johnson) : 

daughters, 4:432, 435; 8:710-11, 713, 723; 12:363n 

gloves for, 13:342 

in Johnson's will, 8:1190; 12:1074 

marriage to Guy Johnson, <±:xi, 40, 64, 92; 8:330 

shoes for, 13:344 
Johnson, Mary (Polly, daughter of Guy Johnson), 3:626, 627; 4:xi; 8:909 
Johnson, Ladv Marv Watts (Pollv, wife of Sir John Johnson), 7:1144 

engagement, 8:711, 725, 729, 737, 741-42, 757, 805-S06, 808 

marriage, 8:823, 836, 867; 12:1030 

portrait, 13 :xii, 850 

rebel capture of, 13:732 
Johnson, Nancy, see Claus, Ann Johnson 
Johnson, Peter* (son of Sir William), 8:1147, 1154, 1179 

in Adems accounts (1770), 13:553, 567, 572, 574, 575, 580, 5S3 

at Albany school (1767), 5:375, 488 

autograph, 8:xiv 

beaver hat for, 12 : 114 

Canadian journev, 8:424, 425, 532, 878 

death of, 12:966n; 13:1025?i 

in Johnson's will, 8:1190; 12:1068-69, 1070 

Montreal schooling of, 8:526-27, 842, 867, 1034-35; 12:1010-11, 1013-14, 
1028-29; 13:618, 621 

Philadelphia arrival (Nov.. 1773), 8:945; 12:1042-43 

on Philadelphia sympathy with Boston, 8:1163 

portrait, 8:944; 13 :xii 

Prevost and, 8:762; 12:962-63 

on public hangings (1774), 8:1139 

at Schenectady school, 5:504 

trade apprenticeship. 8:919-21, 945, 946-47, 1019-20, 1062-63; 13:635-36 

at Wheelock school (1764), 11:101, 102, 800 
Johnson, Polley (Sir William's sister), 1:319 
Johnson, E., cited, 3:x 
Johnson, Dr. Samuel, 2:524; 4:182; 5:ix, 837 

biographical sketch, 5:40(i/; 

on American bishopric, 5:407-408, 440, 471-72, 586, 840; 6:164-65 

Gale (Benjamin) and, 5:774; 6:30-32; 12:445, 610 

Hillsborough and, 7:963 

on Indian schools, 5:406-407, 438-39. 446, 461, 471, S00-801 

medical recommendation, 5:733-34, 840-41; 6:164 

on missionary qualifications, 5:439-40, 471 

portrait, 6:30 

298 



Sir William Johnson Pavers 

on runaway slave, 5:586-S7, 841 
Johnson, Susanna (daughter of Sir William), 8:1191; 12:1070 
Johnson, Warren (brother of Sir William), capt., maj., 1:69; 3:322, 386; 
13:227 

Byrne (Michael) introduction, 4:118; 13:161 
Cape Breton expedition, 1:41, 52-53, 58-59, 62-63, 66-67, 74-75 
Coat of Arms and, 3:vii, viii, x, xi 
Darlington and, 5:641-42 
diary, 10:256n; 13:180-214 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois meeting (March, 1761), 10:236 
Indian name (Ariwanughne), 13:200 

in Ireland, 1:258, 266-67, 319-20; 2:477; 4:502n; 8:217, 263 
on Johnson's colonelcy of the Six Nations, 1:63 
Johnson will and, 12:1071, 1074 
medical advice (1773), 12:1030-31 
in New York City (1760), 3:268; 13:183-85 
on Niagara surrender (1759), 13:161 
portrait, 13 :xiii 

return to England (1761), 3:372, 388; 10:256, 264 
Warren (Sir Peter) and, 1:41, 53, 116-17, 319-20, 370-71; 13:19w, 21 
Johnson, Sir William, col., maj. gen.: 

"Account of the Manners and Customs of the Indians," 8:1158 

Albany house purchases, 1:240; 2:761; 3:985; 9:36; 10:117-20 

baronetcy, 2:291, 315, 343-50, 428, 430, 436-37, 458, 484; 3:990 

Bell (Serena) claim upon, 8:168-09 

bookplates, 3:vii, ix 

Braddock's instructions to, 2:229-35 

British account of dispute with Shirley, 2:2-3, 10 

building plans (17(53), 4:27, 28-29, 40 

Canadian embassy (1749), 1:247-49 

Canadian governorship considered, 4:849 

children of, 3:45; 8:719 (See also individual names) 

christening of namesake, 4:272, 277; 7:261 

chronology and itinerary, lixvii-xxxiii 

coat of arms, 3:vU-xU, 056; 4:8, 12, 31, 48, 112; 6:516 

photograph, 3:vii 
colonelcy of Albany regiment, 1:122, 148, 150, 166-67; 9:11 
colonelcy of the Iroquois forces, 1:60-61, 73-74, 77-78; 2:87-88; 3:116 183 

185; 3:270-71, 898-99; 9:9-11, 385 
commission as brigadier general, 6:.r; 12:828 
commission as major general, 1:468-72, 472-75, 501-502, 522-23, 525, 536-37 

626, 631, 637, 808, 815; 2.x, 396-97; 3:898-99, 953-54; 5:21; 12:828' 

835 
commission as sole superintended of Indian Affairs, 1:465-76 522 5 9 4 

625-26, 031, 637, 808, 815, 826, 853-55, 895; 2:.r, 2, 36, 51, 65,'77, 112-13! 

350-51, 378, 396 97, 403-404, 437-38, 772 

Ceorge TT on, 2:434-35, 484, 508, 557-58 

George III on, 3:359 
Crown Point expedition (1755) command, 1:448-49, 450-59, 459-63 537 

589, 603, 606; 2:r, 283, 299 

death of, 8:ix, xi, 1184-88, 1192, 1193 -96, L197-99: 12:1121-24- 13-637 

638-39 

grave, photograph, 8:1 L96 

room, photograph, 8:1184 
desk, photograph, 4:770 
Diary, 3:105, 113, in,, 

of Detroit journey, 3:428n; 13:215-74 

of Niagara campaign ( 1759), 13:114-57 
dining table, photograph, 5:682 
family monument, 4:897-98 
French designs on, 2:492, 714-15 

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Index 

Johnson, Sir William, col., maj. gen., 
grandchildren (1763), 4:32, 40, 92 
(1764), 4:432, 435 
(1765), 4:844 
(1766), 5:382 
granddaughter's death (1767), 12:363 
Hardy report to Bobinson (1755) on conduct of Lake George campaign, 

2 :'338-42 
health : 

(1755) (fever at Lake George), 1:893; 2:141, 153, 155, 157, 161, 163, 
166, 169, 173, 174, 186, 212, 223, 240, 260, 262, 280; 9:255, 276; 
13:61, 62 
(1756), 2:507n, 516, 523, 535, 554, 557; 9:511, 516, 521 
(1757), 2:748, 758-59, 761, 764, 765; 9:853, 854, 855, 870 
(1758), 13:108 
(1760), 3:283 
(1762), 3:723, 824, 858 

(1763), 4:177, 195, 202, 286, 287; 10:758, 761, 801, 890 
(1764), 4:294, 301, 302, 511; 11:19, 25, 37-38, 49, 55, 58, 69, 336, 342-43 
(1765), 4:844; 11:868-69, 957 
(1766), 5:33, 54, 56, 81-82, 85-86, 203, 215, 270, 333, 344, 401; 12:22, 

34, 69, 76, 78, 104-105, 118, 148 
(1767), 5:503, 507, 572, 617, 630, 631, 659, 661, 685, 693, 695, 721, 

733-34 758 840-41* 12*262 268 
(1768), 6': 114,' 164, 178. 179, 180, 181, 184, 187, 200, 202, 203, 204, 207, 
209, 221-22, 223, 227, 237, 249, 266, 278, 279, 282, 283, 292, 295, 304, 
314, 329, 335, 338, 343, 396, 405, 410, 444, 451, 452, 480, 481, 508- 
509, 552-53; 12:428, 431, 437, 457, 475, 476, 478, 488, 514-15, 521, 
545, 552, 563-64, 688 
(1769), 6:684, 705, 747-48; 7:13, 46, 234, 288; 12:713, 729 
(1770), 7:374-75, 377, 381, 386, 397, 413, 811, 882, 884, 1053; 12:817, 

853 
(1771), 7:1098, 1148; 8:5-6, 300-301, 329, 347; 12:881 
(1772), 8:438, 587, 615; 12:1008 

(1773), 8:785, 799, 801, 806, 808, 809, 813, 817, 821, 823, 827-28, 836, 
838, 866, 867, 877-78, 879, 885, 888, 891, 894, 930; 12:1026, 1030, 
1031 
(1774), 8:1128-29; 13:644, 730 
Colonel's commission and, 2:808-809 
eye weakness, 5:478; 6:484 
leg wound at Onondaga (1769), 7:81, 89, 93, 94-95, 98, 107, 113, 118-19, 

120-21, 126, 140, 155, 167, 168, 171, 375 
wounded at Lake George, 2:32, 62, 64, 69, 100, 186, 240; 3:994; 5:525, 
685, 840; 6:4S1; 9:233; 13:197 
hints for a commanding officer, 1:539-40 
household directions during absence (1754), 9:120-22 
household rules, 2:400 

as Indian Commissary in King George's "War, 1:59-60, 72, 91-97 
Indian name of, 1:732 

land purchases (See Land, Johnson's purchases; see also Canajoharie patent) 
letter to Banyar (1755), photograph, 1:613 
marriage prospects of, 3:287 
medals, 3:359, 378, 386-87 

New York Council appointment (1750), 1:269-70, 273-74, 282, 302 
New York governorship proposal, 3:314-15; 7:249, 283 
Niagara campaign (1759) command, 3:77-78, 106 
Order of the Garter, 5:29 
orders : 

to colonels on Crown Point expedition (1755), 1:714 

convening a general court martial (1755), 1:865-66 

on fortification of Little Carrying Place above Saratoga, 9:137-38 

general, for camp at German Flats, 1:787-88 

general, for discipline at Indian Conference (1775), 1:667-68 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

to Lyman on Crown Point expedition, 1:730-32, 887-88 
marching, Crown Point (1755), 1:816-19 
to officers of Second Battalion (1754), 1:404 
proclamation on sale of liquor to Indians, 1:580-81 
to Schenectady company, 1754, 1:413 
pedigree, 13:734 

plans for Fort Johnson, 1:197, 198, 240 
portrait, 1: frontispiece; 2 -.frontispiece, 96, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256, 288; 

3 -.frontispiece; 7 -.frontispiece, 524; 13 -.frontispiece, ix-xiii 
Prideaux and Johnson orderly book, 3:48-105 
Province debts to, 1:298-99, 312-17, 332, 333, 343-44, 351-52 (See also New 

York Colony, General Assembly) 
Queens College trusteeship, 8:768 
regiment of, see Army, Albany militia 
relations with family in Ireland, 1:41, 88-89, 179, 197-98, 244, 245, 258, 

266-67, 319-30, 370-71, 930-31 (See also individual names) 
rent book, photograph, 6:600 
resignation (1751) as Commissioner to the Indians, 1:314, 322-23, 324-25, 

326n, 339-44 
salary, 1:238-39; 2:448, 451, 458, 461; 5:21, 314; 6:94; 9:139-41 
memorial on, 5:314, 446, 469, 490 

military, 1:611, 615-16, 771; 3:183, 184, 185, 196, 199, 201, 270-71, 
305-306, 350, 508-509, 586-87, 898-99, 954; 9:472, 640, 723, 889, 892; 
10:196, 379-80 
as Superintendent of Indian Affairs, 2:434-35, 484, 525-26, 536, 772, 
832-33; 3:271, 508-509, 898-99, 953-54; 6:193, 281, 295, 303, 340; 
8:599-600, 1096; 9:331, 385; 10:637-38; 12:359, 640, 805, 871, 903, 
926, 948, 1003, 1022, 1120 
Seven Years War and, 3:2(59-75 
summoned for selling rum to Indians, 1:19 
Surveyorship of the Woods, 9:86, 91, 147, 166 
will of, 4:xi; 8:1189-91, 1196, 1199; 10:117n; 12:982, 1062m 
execution, 13:687 
text, 12:1062-75 
Johnson, William (William of Canajoharie, son of Sir William) : 
P.arton and, 5:604, 775, 843-45; 6:66, 170-71, 238; 12:1065n 
in Canajoharie patent, 6:771 
Fonda (Jelles) and, 7:777 
in Johnson's will, 8:1190; 12:1064-65, 1070 
Wheclock and, 5:343-44 
Johnson, William, in Frederick county, Md., 2:650 
Johnson, William (Montreal trader), 12:971, 973 
Johnson, Sir William George, 2:xU 
Johnson, William Samuel, 6:('^7/i 
Johnson, Zeeharia, 4:37f> 
Johnson (vessel), 11:124, 254 
Johnson, J. W., 6:784-s.~> 
Johnson, Fort: 

Abenaki conference (March 1 762) , 10:409-15, I.", I 
attack threats: 
(1748), 1:168 

(1755-56), 1:583-84; 2:537-38; 9:460, 491-92, 540 
(1757), 2:714-15: 9:i;:;i, r,::c, i;:;?, 659, r;r>5, 681, 773, 776, 798-99 
(1763), 10:773, 776 
blockhouses, 10:77 

boat loading for Niagara journey, 11:210 
Cayuga meeting (.Tune, 1758), 9:926-29 
defense instructions (1756), 2:537-38 
Delaware-Shawnee Treaty (July, 17.16), 9:475-79, 488, 522, 592 591 615 

744, 752 
dining room, photograph, 1:24] 
firewood, 13:196 

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Index 

Johnson, Fort, 

floor plan, 1:199 

Fort Hunter and, 2:480; 13:187 

fortifications (1756) condition, 13:82-85 

French print of, 6: frontispiece 

fur trade at, 2:843; 3:258 

garrison, 2:269; 3:14, 16-17; 10:77, 914; 13:85, 196 

Ghost Room, photograph, 6:788 

house at, 2:x 

Indian Affairs records at, 7:527 

Indian Council fire at, 3:444, 476, 484; 9:836, 838, 844-45, S53, 926; 10:359, 

361, 412, 667 
Indian population (1760), 13:188 
Indian protest on murders near, 2:726-27 
Iroquois-Cherokee and Catawba peace congresses (1757-58), 2:729, 741, 742, 

743, 817-18, 851, 886; 9:804-808, 809, 835, 840-43, 847-48, 852, 946. 

947-51, 957-61, 968; 13:207 
Iroquois Conference of Deputies (1760), 3:188-92, 196, 198 
Iroquois Congress (Feb. 1756), 9:347-84, 400 
Iroquois Congress (Sept.-Nov., 1756), 2:659; 9:512, 525, 533, 536-37, 541. 

542, 548, 550-51, 559, 902 

Atkin Council, 2:659; 9:560-61 
Iroquois Congress (April, 1762), 3:559, 561, 565, 570, 580, 593, 598, 599, 

610, 630, 653, 662, 675, 685, 686-89, 690-717, 723-24, 727, 732, 739, 740- 

41, 743; 10:402, 406, 409, 419, 428, 432, 435, 436-37, 439, 442-43, 449, 

453-54, 461 
Iroquois Congress (Sept., 1763), 10:800-801, S28-55, 856, 862, 877 
Iroquois Council (1755) at (See Iroquois, Fort Johnson Conference (1755)) 
Iroquois meetings (Jan. -March, 1757), 2:884 

(April, 1757), 2:885; 9:693-96, 697-98 

(June, 1757), 2:715, 716 

(July, 1757), 2:886 

(Sept., 1757), 9:831-53 

(March, 1758), 9:879-88 

(June, 1758), 2:843-44 

(Feb., 1759), 3:19, 20, 28-29; 10:88-89, 90, 95, 96, 98-99, 104, 106 

(Feb., 1761), 13:205-206 

(March, 1761), 10:236-42 

(Jan., 1762), 10:356-71 
Johnson (John) residence, 11:236« 
Johnson (Warren) visit (1760-61), 13:185-92 
in Johnson will, 12:1065-66, 1074 
journal, see Indian Affairs, journal of transactions 
living room, photograph, 1:251 
Lutheran church meetings (1761), 13:210 
memorial tablet, photograph, 1:231 
Missisauga peace treaty (1764), 4:544, 551 
Mohawk conferences: 

(1750), 9:60-61 

(May, 1756), 9:451, 453, 463-70 

(1758), 10:11-13, 60-61; 13:104-108 

(1760), 3:201 

(1761), 3:409-10, 428-29; 10:223-26 

(1763), 4:65-66; 10:622 
Montour visit (1761), 3:329-30 
Montreal expedition and, 3:249, 250 
Oneida conference (May, 1756), 9:455-57 

(Dec. 1758), 10:65-76 

(1762), 10:480-83, 488 
Onondaga Council (1758) adjournment to, 2:851, 852 
Oquaga conference (1757), 2:729, 736; 9:703-13, 714-16 
photograph, 1:197; 5:150; 9: frontispiece 
plans for, 1:197, 19S, 240 

302 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

provisions receipt (1756), 9:554 

Road Act (1770) and, 7:596 

schoolteacher, 6:682 

Seneca meeting (1758), 9:961-63 

Seneca Treaty (1764), 4:383, 3S6-87, 389, 401-402, 407, 409, 414, 418, 
425, 447 

Shawnee-Nanticoke-Mahican meeting (April, 1757), 9:676-78, 685, 690, 693, 
700, 710, 718 

sledges for (176S), 13:477 

smith for, 2:832; 9:829, 895, 901 

staircase, photograph, 1:225 

Susquehanna Indian conference (Feb. 1756), 9:393-94 

view (1759) of, drawn by Guy Johnson, 1:261 

Wraxall's company at, 2:560-61 

See also Johnson Hall; Johnstown 
Johnson Creek, 13:269n 
Johnson Hall : 

Abenaki conference (July, 1768), 12:569-71 

Adems daybook of expenditures (1768-73), 13:532-616 

Allen and Izard visit (1765), 11:802 

bedrooms, 13:656-57 

blockhouse, photograph, 4:534, 622 

bouwmaster's house, 13:309, 314, 659 

Bradstreet troops return to, 11:500-508, 537, 543 

builder's agreement with Fuller, 13:2S.'] 

builder's charges, 13:315-17 

builder's journal (May, 1763), 13:307-15 

burning reported, 8:541, 584 

butler's room, 13:658 

Caghnawaga conference (July, 1765), 11:872-76, 917 19 

Caghnawaga conference (July, 1771), 13:503-505 

Canadian Indian conferences (July- Am;., 1770), 12:837-47 

Cayuga conference (Feb., 1770), 12:777-80 

cellar, 13:282, 311, 651, 659 

Cherokee deputation (1767), 6:7, 32, 69n; 12:340, 345, 393-96, 406, 431-32, 
155 

deputy journey homeward, 12:688-89 
Cherokee-Iroquois peace conference (March, 1768), 6:135; 12:451-52, 456- 

58, 464, 467-68, 469, 470-71, 472, 4 7:: 
Chippewa conference (July, 1768), 6:281-82, 283, 307, 314, 326, 333-34; 

12:558-63, 645 
Chippewa OH.-iwa conference (June, 1765), 4:755?i, 756, 774, 777. 778; 

11:761, 769-72, 779-84, 797 
Chippewa prisoner stop (1767) at, 12:364 
coacli house, 13:307, 649-70 
completion, 4:260, 267; 13:303 
"Council Chamber," photograph, 4:638 
Croghan visit (1768), 12:474, 518 
Delaware-Shawnee conference | 177.".), 8:822, 837, 890 
Delaware-Shawnee Min <;o conference (Nov., 1768), 12:632-35 
Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace conferences (1765), 11:702 705 710 761 

762, sci ; 13:334, ::7x 
Dyer and Woodbridge visit (1763), 4:66, 70, 74, 76 
fortification, 13 :3 L3fl 
furniture bequests, 12:1065 
Gale (Benjamin) visit (1768), 12:610 
garret, 13:657 58 
Gilliland visit ( 1763), 10:885 
Gordon visits (1765), 13:374-76 
grist mill, 13:3] I 

guards for, 4:201, 255, 396; 10:8fi.S, ill.",, 021 25, <)"s 
hall, 13:282-83, 655 

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Index 
Johnson Hall, 

Harmense patent (Clifton Park) land lot drawing at, 13:483-85 

historical tablet, photograph, 4:812 

Indian Council, painted by E. L. Henry, 12 -.frontispiece 

Indian council fire at, 10:676; 11:595, 596; 12:274, 574, 1047 

Indian provisions (1763), 10:625, 654, 658-59 

Indian provisions (1774), 13:647-49 

inventory (1774), 13:647-65 

Iroquois-Caghnawaga conferences (Sept., 1763), 4:200, 205-206, 208; 

10:828-55, 862, 877 
Iroquois conference (Sept. 1762), 10:500-508, 509-18 
Iroquois conference (May, 1763) on Amherst policies, 10:674-84 
Iroquois conferences (1763) on Newkirk murderers, 10:623-25, 626-36, 649- 

51, 679 
Iroquois conference (December, 1763), 4:272, 273-74, 287, 294; 10:943-44, 

957-72, 973-74, 989; 11:21, 24 
Iroquois conference (Jan. 1764), 11:24-35 
Iroquois conference (June, 1764), 11:233-37 
Iroquois conference (Jan., 1767), 12:258-61 
Iroquois conference (July, 1771), 12:911-12 
Iroquois Congress (April, 1762), proceedings, 3:690-717, 723-24, 727, 732, 

739, 740-41, 742-43; 10:436-37, 442-43, 449, 453-54, 461 
Iroquois Congress (March, 1764) on Seneca peace, 11:105-106, 107-108, 

111-12, 113, 114-15 

Articles of, 11:151-57, 290, 291-92, 293, 295-98, 312 

Proceedings, 11:134-61 

ratification at Niagara Congress (July, 1764), 11:313-24, 327-28 
Iroquois Congress (July, 1774), 12:1107," 1112-13, 1116, 1121-22; 13:640-41, 

671, 673 
kitchen, 13:658-59 
lobby, 13:657 

McLeod visit (1767), 12:266 

Mingo conference (Jan., 1774), 12:1044-61, 1091-94, 1114 
missionary for, 13:417 

Missisauga- Abenaki conference (July, 1770), 12:830-35 
Missisauga conference (Aug., 1768), 12:590-93, 647 
Missisauga conference (Sept., 1764), 11:354-56 
Mohawk conferences (May, 1764), 11:205 
Mohawk conference (Sept., 1764), 11:358-61 
Mohawk conference (April, 1768), 12:644 
Mohawk conferences (1773), 8:936-37, 943, 949, 954-68, 976-77, 979-80, 

981-82 
Mohawk conferences (1774), 8:1095, 1105-1107, 1120-21 
Mohawk Kayaderosseras settlement conference (Aug., 1768), 6:308 309-10 

327, 355, 395, 458; 12:572-78, 588, 646, 756 
Moore conference with Oquagas and Mohawks (1769), 12:688 
Moore visit (1766), 12:185 
Moore visit (1768), 6:342-46, 398-404 
Mount Joy, 13:662-65 

Munsee conference (Nov. 1764), 11:476-78 
nursery, 13:656 

Oneida-Tuscarora-Nanticoke conference (Feb., 1764), 11:80-85 

Onondaga conference (Sept., 1764), 11:356-58 

Onondaga conference (Nov. 1764), 11:478-82 

Onondaga Council (1763) Connecticut message, 10:663-69 

Oquaga conference (Feb/ 1764), 11:33, 37-43, 45-50 

parlors, 13:652-54, 655-56 

photograph (1907), 4:4, 110, 364, 856; 5:92 

plan for dimensions and design, 13:282-83, 285-86 

rebel plunder (1776), 13:732 

repairs (1765), 4:760 

roof, 13:282-83 

304 



Sir Williain Johnson Papers 

Saint Patrick's Lodge institution in, room, photograph, 6:2 

Seneca conference (August, 1762!), 10:490-1)1 

Seneca peace (1761) delegations, 11:106, 107 

shay (chaise) house, 13:307, 311, 314 

sketch, 7:30 

sledges for, 13:476 

smith shop, 13:661 

staircase, photograph, 4:706 

stonehouses, 13:651-52 

study, 13:650-51 

Susquehanna Indian Congress (Feb., 1764), 11:59-67 

Wharton (Samuel) visit (1768), 12:511 

White (Henry) visit, 12:978 

Wyaloosing-Chugnut Indian conference (March, 1764), 11:88-96 
Johnson's Harbor, 13:269n, 
Johnston, lieut. of the Platoons, 10:906, 919 
Johnston, (Newport lawyer), 6:80-81, 87-88 

Johnston, Augustus, 4:163 
Johnston, J., col, 3:77, 84, 106, 110, 112, 119 
Johnston, John, commissary, 3:105 
Johnston (Johnson), John (Indian captain and Seneca smith) : 

accounts, 5:15, 564; 7:32, 338, 381, 382, 409, 702 

Achsinnessink orders, 11:94% 

Bradstreet expedition, 4:437; 11:369, 524-25, 537 
examination of, 4:549-50; 11:472 

in Canajoharie patent, 3:634; 10:248 

Oanestio expedition and, 4:324, 336, 344-45, 352, 392-94, 427; 11:74-76, 86-88 

Cayuga post (1769), 12:742 

on Fox chief recruited (1764), 4:423 

Iroquois conference (1767) on boundary line, 12:288-89 

Kirkland and, 8:1176 

lieutenancy, 3:287 

McLeod and, 7:795ji 

marriage of, 6:739-40 

Misshanamokana post request, 6:25-26 

on Missisaugas, 8:286-87 

Montour accounts and, 4:712; 11:689 

Montour Niagara journey (1764), 11:181, 185, 197-98 

Onondagas and, 4:633 

on Oswego meeting (1762), 3:818, 821 

Philadelphia vacation (1766), 12:42-43 

on Seneca payment of indemnities for murders (1773), 8:1175-76 

on Seneca shelter (1762) of murderers, 3:973-74, 980; 10:562-64, 582, 595, 
618-19 

on Seneca trade, 7:1045-46, 1139-40 

Seneca visitors' passes (1774), 8:1172 

on threat of general Indian war (1771), 8:141-42 

on transportation of provisions, 4 :740 
Johnston, John, col, death (1759), 13:116 
Johnston, Ijauchlan, 3:990re 
Johnston, Robert, ens.: 

horse loan, 5:280-81 

Rogers Michilimaekinac command and, 6:466; 12:161-62, 198-09 

Rogers plot (1768) and, 12:439-40, 443-45, 449, 613, 614,' 651 
Johnston, William ('deputy paymaster general), 2:674-75 

in Canajoharie patent, 3:634; 10:1! IS 
Johnston, William, ensign, 3:287 
Johnston, William (justice), 5:483-84 
Johnston, William (millwright), 7:1003 

Johnston, William (smith), 7:207-208, 79S; 12:483-86, 716-17, 765 
Johnstone, Gov. George, 5:493-94; 7:1156; 8:50 
Johnstown: 

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Index 

J ohnstown, 

attack threat (1760), 3:233 

Barton procurement of tradesmen for, 4:866, 875-76; 5:402, 532-33 
carpenter (1767) for, 5:546 
carpentry bill (1770), 7:339 
Catholicism in, 8:1195ft 

church (Saint John's Episcopal), 6:13, 28, 293, 745; 7:1160; 8:357, 360, 
488, 927; 12:S93, 982 
bell for, 5:157, 158, 195, 211, 232 
choirboys, 8:323 
photograph, 8: frontispiece, 926 

proposal to combine with Mohawk mission, 7:213, 248-49, 250, 265, 282 
Oole settlement, 7:268-69 

companies forming after Continental Congress, 8:1207, 1210 
Cottgrave ambitions for, 8:322-23, 425, 488 
courthouse, 'photograph, 8:710 (See also Tryon County) 
Davis application to settle in, 7:143-44, 305-306 
glebe, 10:250 
growth of, 4:719, SS5; 5:413, 436, 532-33; 6:330-31; 8:706; 12:884, 

893-94 
hatter in, 8:375-76, 683-84, 699 

Iroquois conference (Sept., 1774) with Guy Johnson, 13:680-81 
jail, photograph, 8:708 (See also Tryon County) 
Johnson's grave, photograph,, 8:1196 
justice of the peace for, 8:323, 637 
manor proposal, 6:682; 12:699-70 
markets and fairs, 8:907; 12:699, 982 
mechanics for, 4:866; 5:533 
mills prohibited in, 4:866 

minister for, 5:413-15, 428, 436, 466, 477, 728, 779, 781, 800, 821-22, 838-39, 
843, 845; 6:11-12, 26, 67, 74, 78, 190-92, 293, 329-31, 456, 6S5, 711, 745; 
7:115, 588; 8:1, 522, 549 

Mosley appointed (1772), 8:584, 602, 623, 887 
Mosley retirement, 8 : 1069, 1119 
Seabury refusal, 7:212-13, 291 
plans for, '3: 827, 914; 4:697; 5:413-14; 10:560; 11:648-49 
portrait painter in, 13:xiii 
potash manufacture at, 7:395-96 
Preston settled at, 7:311-12 
roads for, 8:357, 360 
saddler for, 8:754, 781 
school for, 5:403; 6:13, 28, 191, 710; 7:145, 169, 290, 693; 8:322-23, 488, 

927, 1156 
schoolteacher beaten by townswomen, 7:892 
surveyor for, 5:533 
tanner and currier, 8:715 
tavern, 12:933, 961ft, 1063n 
township rights, 12:699 
as Tryon County seat, 8:x, 237, 263, 311, 316, 328-29, 332, 357, 360, 385-86, 

413, 436, 477, 492, 543, 823; 12:933, 958 
woolen manufacture project, 5:791-92, 847 
See also Johnson Hall 
Johny (Karistowano — Onondnga), 10:182; 13:178 
Joilliet, , 11:827 

Joliette, F., 4:822-23 

Jonathan (alias Martin . . . white prisoner), 10:165, 166, 167-69, 171 
Jonathan (Delaware), 9:729, 782 

Jonathan (Kayenquiragoa — Canajoharie), 10:364-68, 900, 927-29 
Jonathan (Mahican), 9:791 
Jonathan (Mohawk), 1:784; 3:165 
Jonathan, Philip, 4:374 

Joncaire Chabert, Daniel, Sieur de Chabert et Clausonne (Jean Cour, John 
Cure, Jean Ceur) : 

306 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Amherst present disbursement and, 10:189 

autograph, 6:xii 

brother at Fort Duquesne (1758), 10:38?i 

capture plans (1748), 1:78-79, 174-75 

capture plans (1755), 13:78 

Carleton and, 5:548, 572; 12:325-27, 329-31 

in Detroit (1768), 6:416-21 

duplicity of, 5:850; 6:146, 250, 263, 307; 12:386-87, 522-23, 527, 544 

forbidden to trade, 4:791, 801; 5:575; 11:870 

Geneseo Council (1758), 9:946, 956 

grand-daughter, 7 : 682 

Indian hopes at American return (1765), 11:963 

Iroquois and, 1:149, 153, 314-15; 9:557, 558 

Muskingum visit (1764), 11:403-404 

in Niagara capitulation, 10:124; 13:114 

Niagara losses indemnity, 5:32, 35, 92-93, 96, 99, 177-79; 12:329 

Niagara residence (French period), 13:228, 240 

Niagara settlements (1761), 10:265 

Niagara trip (1767), 5:542, 548 

Niagara trip (1769), 6:751 

Ohio expedition (1749), 9:41, 62-63 

Perthuis and, 5:177-79, 196 

return to France (1761), 3:546, 644 

Montreal residence, 4:575, 782 

Sandusky trade request (1768), 6:429-31 

Senecas and, 1:131, 138, 300, 303; 2:325, 388-89, 665, 668, 671, 680-81, 700: 
9:584, 585-86 

Ohio trading post promise, 9:75 

proposal to make war on the English (1761), 3:456, 460, 696; 8:1144, 
12:230, 233 
Joncaire, Philippe Thomas de, 1:914-15 
Joncaire-Clauzonne, ,2:665ft. 

Jones, overseer application, 4:647, 737; 11:574 
Jones, Dr., 3:654, 680; 8:327 
Jones, Abraham, 4:181, 438; 5:422; 8:680 
Jones, David (speaker of New York Assembly), 1:306, 308; 4:94 

Crown Point forces gift of sheep and cheese, 2:161, 167; 13:57-58 

demission of, 3:612 
Jones, Rev. David, 8:618-20, 1159, 1178 
Jones, Isaac (mayor of Philadelphia), 6:290 
Jones, Isaac (son of Abraham Jones, gunsmith), 4:181 
Jones, James, 3:151 
Jones, James, lieut., 9:237 
Jones, Samuel, 5:598 
Jones, Samuel, lieut., 1:877 
Jones, Thomas, 5:53-54 
Jones, Thomas (McDougall trial), 7:483w 
Jones, Tom, 2:713 
Jones, Valentine, lieut. col., 5:635n; 13:431, 489, 624 

Huron dispute (1773), 8:866; 13:623, 717-18 

Indian threats of uprising (1768) and, 13:466-67 

Rogers and, 6:753, 754-55; 12:613 
Jonquii'ie, Pierre Jacques de TafTanc], Marquis de La, 1:239, 241n 

Iroquois invitation to Canada (1755), 9:161 

on prisoner exchange, 1:241-42, 255; 9:47 19, 57, 64, 65 

on slaves in refuge, 9:69 
Jordan, John, 3:90 
Jordin, rapt., 1:100 
Josant, Jacob, 7:666 
Joseph (Indian), 2:396; 6:96 
Joseph (Canajoharie), 10:800, 896, 900 
on Maybe land frauds, 11:555-56 

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Index 

Joseph (Canajoharie), 

on royal appeal in Mohawk land claims, 11:984-85 
Joseph ( Teyoghsaghrogo — Canajoharie), on Montreal expedition, 10:181; 

13:175 
Joseph (Tiyonquaroony — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:176 
Joseph (Feifer, Canasadaga), 10:393, 398, 399 
Joseph (Mohawk sachem), 3:157; 9:19; 12:390; 13:217-18 

on Montreal expedition, 10:180; 13:174 
Joseph (Mohawk exhibited in London), 4:753; 11:754, 772 
Joseph (Canadaighse — Mohawk), on Montreal expedition, 10:180; 13:174 
Joseph ("native New York Indian") land deed (1754) to George II, 11:945-48 
Joseph (Canaghsadirho — Oneida), 10:181; 13:176 
Joseph (Oquaga), 9:806 
Joseph (Attrewaghti — Schoharie), 11:34 

on Montreal expedition, 10:181; 13:177 
Joseph (Kaneiya — Schoharie), on Montreal expedition, 10:181; 13:177 
Joseph (Stockbridge Indian), 8:6 
Joseph (Thayendanegea), see Brant, Joseph 
Joseph (vessel), 1:259, 374, 376 
Josephson, Manuel, 2:615 
Josette, , 1:898 

Joshua (Nanticoke), 9:729 
Joshua, Betty, 4:154; 11:433 
Joshua, Elizabeth, 5 : 153 
Joshua, Sarah, 5:153 
Joutes, John, 7:439 
Juba (slave), 12:1070 
Judges, see Justices 
Juery, Han (Oneida), 4:165 
Joseph Cordon de Villiers, sieur de, 2:816n 
Jumonville, Joseph Coulon de Villiers, sieur de, 2:816?i 

assassination of, 9:172m 
Juniata, Pennsylvania, 4:751-52; 9:755-56; 11:747 
"Junius," 7:39*8, 401?i 
Justices: 

appeals to the King and, 4:613 

councilmen as, 10:442 

dedimus potestatein and, 12:824-25 

Dutch, 3:341 

Five Pound Act and, 4:262 

German Flats complaints of maladministration (1772), 8:509-10 

Herchheimer refusal of commission (1772), 8:444-45, 468 

Johnson as justice of the peace, 7:869; 12:790 

Kinderhook election (1772), 8:449, 455, 462 

Kinderhook malpractice (1754), 9:136-37 

Lyne on fees of, 1:45 

magistrate appointments, 6:672-73, 692-93, 752; 7:11, 380, 639-40; 12:224 
New York jurisdiction of, 5:441 

Massachusetts Chief Justice (1774), 8:1071 

New Jersey judge praised for execution of white murderer, 13:417-18 

New York chief justices, 3:945n; 4:10», 33n, 454; 5:515 

New York Justice of the Peace appointments (1761), 10:234 

New York Justice of the Peace appointments (1762), 3:604, 60S-609, 617, 
621-22, 624-25, 647-48, 651-52, 653, 655, 659, 666, 668, 669, 680, 750-51 ; 
10:467, 565, 572, 610-11 

justice of the peace appointments (1770), 7:360-61, 467, 569, 644, 730; 
12:753, 766, 768-69, 771, 780-81, 782, 783-85, 789, 790, 792-93, 795-96 

salaries of circuit court, 8:710 

Scioto Resident Commission of the Peace, 12:943 

Tryon County commissions, 8:369, 383, 396, 432, 478, 614 

Tryon County election of magistrates, 8:455-56 

Tryon County circuit court, 12:984-85 
Kaashuta (Seneca), see Kayashoton (Seneca chief) 

308 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Kadaraiquee, see Cadaracqui 
Kadaheha (Cayuga), 10:184 
Kndirehoakta (Oneida), 12:629 
Kaghneghtago, see Brant, "Young Brant" 
Kaghneghtago, Caghnawaga chief, 10:372-74 
Kaghniagarodo (Onondaga sachem), 11:709 
Kaghnighsyengo (Onondaga), 10:184 
Kaghraquatha (Tuscarora), 10:184 
Kaghswangaroro (Tuscarora), 10:184 
Kaghradodea (Cayuga), see English Man, The 
Kaghraandota (Seneca rendezvous, 1763), 10:869, 894 
Kaghswoughdioony (Mohawk), 10:181 
Kaghwanho (Mohawk), 10:180; 13:174 
Kaherodo (Cayuga), 10:962 
Kahiuenta (Onondaga woman), 13:151, 154 
Kain, (Kane), John, 8:41-42, 91-92 
Kaingseraragarat (Cayuga chief), 12:628 
Kakadora (Onondaga), 10:830, 932-34 
Kakukdoden, see Groote Junge 
Kaller, Jacob, 3:342 
Kalm, Peter, 1:228; 2:x 
on Albany stay, 1:304-306 
on Fort St. Frederic, l:695n 
gratitude to Johnson, 1:295-96 
letter, photograph, 1:297 

on lobelia in the cure of venereal disease, 5:760; 6:30-31; 12:610-11 
on Niagara trade competition with Oswego, 9:68 
Kamis, William, 7:687 

Kanadacta (Onondaga Indian), 3:445, 447; 13:224, 226 
Kanadagawya (Mohawk), see Canadagaia 
Kanadarusseras, see Kayaderosseras 
Kanadasaga, see Canadasaga 
Kanadiohora (Chenussio chief), 3:706; 12:363 
Kanadiorha (Canadiorha, Nickus Kanadyora — Canajoharie sacliem), see Brant 

Nicholas Canadiorha 
Kanadisorha (Seneca), 10:634 
Kanadvora (Oquaga chief), 11:50; 12:864 

mother's death, 10:846 
Kanaegi (Seneca chief), 10:903; 12:1053, 1059 
Kanaghquiesa (Oneida chief), see Canaghquiesa 
Kanaghragait (Seneca chief), see White Mingo 
Kanaghyagey, see Canajageya (Onondaga sachem) 
Kanagiagaia (Onondaga sachem), see Canajageya 
Kanahokeayat (Onondaga), 10:182; 13:178 
Kanajiawana, 12:340 

Kanasowaga (Ganaghsawaghta), fortification, 11:160, 181-82 
Kanatsyahoha (Onondaga), 10:]84; 13:178 
Kanawagon (Conewago — Seneca town) : 

indemnities for murdered Frenchmen, 8:1106 1107 
Joncaire land at, 12:387 
Ottawa messages (1763). 10:065-66 
Pennsylvanian murders (1756) reported, 2:426-27 
Western Indian Seneca Council (1758), 2:796; 9:^71 
Kanawav Creeks (Big and Little), See Kanliawa River 
Kanayesty (Seneca), 10:182 
Kane, Jolin, see Kain, John 
Kane, William, 7:686; 13:496-97 
Kaneahake (Onondaga), 10:182; 13:178 
Kanessaron (Ganessaron — Oquaga), 11:159, 160 
Kaidiawa River: 

Bouquet expedition (1764) and, 4:612 
Cressap murders on, 12:1095-96 

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Kanhawa Biver, 

Indian boundary line and, 6:212, 407, 408, 757; 7:16, 65, m, 113, 119, 160; 
12:494, 709, 1099 

trade on, 4:624; 11:497, 516, 544 

Virginia-Shawnee battle (1774) at, 13:695, 698-99, 701 
Kanestio, see Canestio 

Kanias (Seneca), 10:519, 903; 12:1053, 1059 
Kaniertae (Chenussio, son of Joneaire), 11:619 
Kanigut (Tuscarora chief), 12:624-25, 628 
Kankaghto, destruction of, 11:132 
Kanodock (Onondaga) : 

death of, 10:889, 893, 894, 901 

at Johnson Hall Congress (Sept., 1762), 10:513, 518 

on Montreal expedition, 10:184 

Oswego visit (1748), 1:137 

"replacement" of, 11:32, 110 
Kanuas (Seneca), 10:182 
Kanuskagos, see Chenussios 
Kanzas Indians, 10 : 819 
Kaokia, see Cahokia 
Kap, George, 3:634 
Karaghiagigo (Onondaga chief) : 

brother of, 12:332, 389-90, 393, 864 

death of, 12:364-65, 369, 371, 389-90 

illness, 11:206 

on Mohawk land claims, 4:81; 10:650-51 

murder of Indians under, 12:115, 123, 125-26 

on Newkirk murders, 10:649-50 

Onondaga famine (1767), 12:286-87 

Oswegatchie scalping party, 13:147 

son of, 12:389-90 

Sononquiris' condolence ceremony and, 12:303 

Southern war party (1757), 9:635?r 
Karaghianaghquas (Seneca chief), 3:460; 13:128, 129, 131, 235 
Karaghiiagey (Canaseraga Seneca), 10:945 
Karaghyadirha (Seneca town), 12:387, 762; 13:667 

Delawares sheltered (1764-65) in, 11:180-81, 722 

Iroquois deputies to the Shawnees (1772), 8:408 

Pontiac and, 11:515 

smallpox threat (1765), 11:553 
Karandowana (Seneca chief), 12:693-94 
Karayaga, see Canajageya (Onondaga sachem) 
Karhagoghrono Indians, 4:789 
Kariwhagharron, Isaack, 10:643, 645 
Karman (Kerman, Kennan), Michael, 6:7S9; 7:216 
Karman & Walter, 6:788; 7:216 
Karne (Carren), Johannes, 7:352, 1085-86 
Karondawago (Tuscarora), 10:184 
1\ a ronghiyage (Canaseraga) , 10 : 182 ; 13 : 176 
Karraghiagigo (Onondaga chief), see Karaghiagigo 
Kas, Hansjerie, 1:363 
Kaskaskia : 

Baugh command (1766), 5:381; 13:399 

Croghan conference (Sept., 1766), 5:369 

Crown purchase proposal, 5:324 

English occupation, 6:195; 8:593; 11:788-89 

French Indian migration from, 13:410 

location, 12:932 

war belts (1767) in, 5:751 
Kaskaskias, 6:390; 7:16; 8:842; 12:1049, 1050-51 

Croghan conference (Aug.-Sept., 1766), 5:369; 12:176, 264; 13:407-10, 414 

French-Spanish intrigues (1768), 12:601-602 
Kass, , murder (1769), 12:737; 13:520 

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Kass, George, 9:874; 12:819 

Amherst and, 3:34(5; 10:246, 275 
horse sold (1771) by, 7:106S 

settlement in line of French march (1757), 9:85S, 862 
Kats Kilns, sec Catskill 

Kaunaundasageah (Kaunaudasage), see Canadasaga 
Kaun au Wau Koharie, see Canowaroghare 
Kaweghnagey, Brant, 1:405 
Kayaderosseras patent : 

boundaries of, 3:426, 642; 4:614, 708; 5:104-105, 282, 745; 6:x, 223 

deed of 1704, 12:567, 573, 574 

deed inconsistencies, 11:886-87, 924-25, 94S-50; 12:233, 534, 537 

Gage on legal efforts to redress injustices of, 12:367-68, 379, 415 

history of, 4:360 

Colden and, 4:541-42, 565, 577, 614-15, 681, 693-95, 711-12, 767, 787; 

11:468-69 
future claims of infants, 5:282-83, 550 
Glen and, 8:15 

Hansen patent and, 6:352-53, 621 
Indian Affairs policies and, 1:432; 3:665, 682, 726; 4:208, 239, 465, 653-54, 

6S4, 735-36, 739, 742, 747-49; 5:739, 744; 6:32; 9:148, 166 
Johnson conference with Mohawks (1767), 5:562, 630, 699-700, 732 
Johnson (John), and, 5:477 
Kempe and, 4:422, 431, 702, 744, 817-19, 838, 862-64; 5:219 

exposition of legal aspects, 5:281-85, 363; 11:866-67, S86-S9, 923-27 
Kingsborougli patent nnd, 4:267 
Leake purchase offer (1762), 3:645 ; 10:397 

litigation costs, 4:668-69, 700-701, 702, 703, 709; 11:652, 742-43 
McDonald lot, 8:420, 427-28 
Mohawk protests against settlement, 4:541, 542, 577, 584, 742; 10:225; 

11:359-61, 367, 379-SO, 381-82, 387, 554-55, 605-607, 625-26, 650-51, 663, 

678-79, 688, 714, 748; 12:93-94 

royal appeal for redress, 4:576, 652-54, 665, 684; 12:249, 260, 533 
Moore and, 5:416; 6:92, 228, 268-70, 276-77, 284, 308, 309-10, 342-46, 398- 

404; 12:551, 565 
New York Act on land division and, 5:678-79 
New York Colony Council on, 4:654, 655, 681-85, 693-95; 5:567 
patent (1708), photograph, 6:178 
patent-holders' proposal to surrender western part, 4:792. 707, 845, 850, 

862; 5:105, 214, 285, 540, 549; 6:39-41, 83, 173-74; 11:821, 825, 852, 

864-66, 923-24; 12:126-27, 321, 533-34, 537 
proposal to vacate patent, 4:551, 56.1, 576, 609, 681-82, 696. 699, 701, 702, 

749, 767, 818-19; 11:367, 380, 381-82. 387, 787, 78S, vss-sjl; 12:534 

New York Assembly refusal (1765), 11:712-13 
Sacondaga patent and, 12:193, 259, 260, 262-63 
settlement conferences (1768), G:r, 222-23, 228, 273-74, 276; 12:367-68, 379, 

415, 516, 527, 529-43, 565-67 

Johnson Ball (August), 6:308, .109-10, 327, 355, 395, 458; 12:572-78. 
588, 646, 756 
survey, 6:715; 12:534-35, 537-38, 551, 565. 566 67, 573, 576 
Watts on, 4:858, 862; 5:647; 6:178-79, 325 
Wetherhead laud purchase and, 5:237, 245 16, 281, 284, 268-70 
Kayandagaron, se< Kindarunty 

Kayashofon (Kayoshota, Kayastoto, Keyashuta, Kaashuta— Mingo Seneca 
chief) : 

at Bouquet. Muskingum conferences (1764), 11:448-50, 152-54, 156, 161,467 

at Bouquet Tuscarrowas conferences (1764), 11:439 10, Ml, 146 17 

Cherokee murder | 1774) on Little Beaver Creek, 12:1090 91 

children's death (1773), 12:1053, 1055 

Cresap murders (1774) nnd, 12:1098-99, Mil 15 

at Cropdian Fort Pitt conference | May, 1765), 11:724, 72''., 729-31 737 

embassies (1773-74) for Johnson and the Iroquois, 8:1012, 1016, 1032, 1057, 

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Kayaslioton, 

108(5, 1093, 1094, 1105; 12:1034, 1044-52, 1055-60, 1089, 1091-94, 1114; 
13: (540, 641, 666, 671, 681-82, 686 

on Fort Pitt liquor trade (1774), 12:1094 

Johnson Hall conference (Jan., 1774), 12:1044-61, 1114 
report to McKee on, 12:1091-94 

New York visit (1772), 8:625, 631, 643; 12:994 

Ohio settlements and, 8:615-16, 641, 678-79, 834-35 

Phyn employment (1767) of, 5:681 

presents, 12:1016 

Seneca land sales and, 5:242 

Seneca threat to the English (1761), 3:451, 484n, 488, 491-92, 493, 696-97; 
10:347; 13:233, 236, 254, 255 

Shawnee implication of Mingoes in trader warning (1773), 12:1033, 1034, 
1039, 1046-47 

Shawnee punishment proposal (1774), 12:1054, 1056-57; 13:640 

Shawnee threats (1774) to, 13:667, 677, 681-82, 686 

Wyandotte prisoner return (1764), 4:607 
Kayastoto, see Kayaslioton (Mingo Seneca chief) 
Kayendarungo (Oquaga), 11:49 
Kayendarunghqua (Seneca chief), 4:736«; ll:748n 
Kayenkighsa village, 7:955 
Kayenquego (Ohenussio), 13:221 
Kayenquerego (Niagara chief), 10:893 
Kayingwauranto (Indian), 8:1175 
Kearn, John, 7:865 
Keckhoa (Onondaga), 10:182; 13:178 
Keen, , capt., 13:101, 102 

Kees, John, lieut., 4:373-74, 399 
Keewahal al Arie (Mahican), 12:497-99 
Kehanamazo (Indian), 11:696 
Kehewenum (Delaware chief), 11:723 
Keightighqua (Corn Cob, Cornstalk, Tawname Buck — Shawnee chief), 7:689; 

11:461, 465; 12:602 

trader warning (1773), 12:1032-33 
Keikman, , 13:221 

Keisar's Stone House, 2:810 
Keissnauch (Shawnee chief) : 

at Bouquet conferences (1764), 11:439, 447 

at Fort Pitt Croghan conferences (1760), 3:208, 210 

at Fort Pitt Croghan conference (1765), 11:723 

presents, 5:248 

prisoner return (17(54), 11:450-51 

Shawnee hostage escape (1764), 11:484 
Keith, William, 6:559 
Keiuser (Cryzer, Keyser, Kreuser), C, 7:723-30; 8:64-66, 145, 150; 13:304n 

trade venture (1771), 8:271, 280, 304-305, 306, 324-25, 354-56, 378-80 
(1773), 8:841; 12:1028 
Keller, , horse of, 13 : 632 

Keller, Caspar, 4:311 
Keller, Jacob, 4:112 
Kellet, Roger, lieut., 3 : 70n, 82 
Kelley, ,1:29 

Kelley, James, 1:195, 196; 9:193 
Kelliaan, , 1:369 

Kellogg, Aaron, 7:414; 13:639 
Kellogg, Joseph, 1:405, 737-38, 739 
Kellogg, Rev. Martin, 1:234, 357-58; 9:93 
Kelly, (Pownall protege). 1:582-83 

Kelly, , capt., 6:234, 619, 620; 7:561, 562, 644, 649 

Kelly, , lieut., Tenth Regiment, 8:788, 795 

Kelly, Barnabas, 12:1071n 
Kelly, John: 

312 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Johnson (Guy) land grant and, 11:121 

Johnson (Warren) visit (1760), 13:184 

Wetherhead marriage to daughter of, 5:515, 565 
Kelly, John, clerkship applicant, 4:642; 5:220, 224, 273 
Kellv, William, 6:296; 13:90, 125 

accounts (1758-59), 2:782-83; 3:8, 148, 156, 163, 178 

Bolderson packet-boat and, 3:290 

books forwarded by, 3 : 926 

Colden partnership dissolved (1756), 2:463 

Cosby lands and, 3:608, 645 

on Declaration of War against France, 2:504-506 

Gilliland and, 4:123; 10:673 

invitation to Johnson (1768), 6:266-67 

on Johnson's baronetcy, 2:462 

New York trade agency and, 7:925-26, 989 

orders (1756), 2:473, 523 

on "ready money trade," 7:733-36, 851, 988-89, 990-92 

renewal of correspondence (1767), 5:835; 6:14 

on runaway slave, 3:573, 588 

on scarcity of merchandise, 2:466-67, 521 

on taking of the Manillas, 4:120 

wampum order to, 2:835 

on West Indian expedition, 3:20 

See also Colden and Kelly 
Kelman, Philip, 8:334 
Kemble (Kimble), Samuel, capt., 6:485; 7:190, 202, 208, 227-28, 1042 

shipwreck in Little Egg Harbour, 7:713, 718, 731 
Kempe, John Tabor: 

autograph, 4:a;v 

on Canajoharie claim inquiry, 4:107-108, 117; 5:219 

clerk recommended by, 4:533; 11:346-47 

Cockburn and, 8:516 

on colonial unrest, 6:561 

Cox trade loss reimbursement (1769), 12:702 

Deputy Agent recommended by, 5:515 

on ejectment recourse, 3:880, 930, 946 

English visit (1767-1768), 5:706-707, 722-23, 739, 740, 763-64; 6:97-98, 219 

on Tndian legal recourse, 11:950-51 

Johnson's land purchases (1769), 6:649 

Kayaderosseras patent and, 4:422, 431, 701, 702, 744, 817-19, 838, 862-64; 
5:219, 281-85, 363; 11:742-43, 866-67, 886-89, 924-25, 948-51; 12:93-94, 
233 

on Klock refusal of Canajoharie release, 6:616, 635; 8:545-46; 12:365, 698 

on Klock trial, 3:907; 4:108-109, 112-15, 117-18, 669; 5:219, 740: 6:743- 
44; 10:457-58. 487-88, 541-42, 574-75, 641-43 

land claims of wife's family, 6:572-74 

land purchases, 5:218-19, 453, 559; 7:499; 12:93 

Mohawk claims and, 7:122-25, 145, 164-66, 201-202; 12:232-33 

legal fees, 4:66S-C,9, 700-701, 702; 5:219; 6:154; 7:560; 11:742-43 

liquor trade and, 3:976; 4:3, 23-24, 41, 45-46 

marriage (1766), 12:03 

Marsh lawsuit (170.", 64) and, 13:323 

Maybe case, 4:850; 11:920-27, 950 51 

Ousterhout trespass suit (1770) bond, 13:496-97 

Roberts and, 7:4S0, 915, 1014; 12:^sl' 

Schermerhorn case, 5:45.". 

Sons of Liberty an.]. 12:L'K2-83 

on Wappinger claim hearing, 5:515, 525; 10:495: 12:282 

Wetherhead and, 5:564; 6:141 ; 7:304 
Kempe, William, l:523n, 70s 
Kendal, Peter, 1:868 
Kendarondy, see Kindarunty 

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Kendrick (Mohawk), 9:645 

Kenedy, Richard, 11:113 

Kenerick, , 3:889, 898 

Keney, Enoch, 1:870 

Kenier, , 2:309 

Kennaday, , 3:290, 628 

Kennan, Michael, see Karman, Michael 

Kennebec (Kinnebeek) River, 1:434, 448; 4:812; 11:856 

Kennebeck Treaty, 2:123 

Kennedy, , trader accompanying Maisonville, 8:899, 905, 913 

Kennedy, lieut., 2:632, 633, 636; 9:362; 13:88 

Kennedy, Archibald, 1:332, 532, 540, 558; 2:515, 565 

on Indian Affairs, 2:392 

on Johnson's baronetcy, 2:430 

New York Councilman, 1:452, 454, 463, 544, 558 

telescope of, 1:586, 619; 2:392 
Kennedy, Archibald, Jr., capt. : 

Stamp Act and, 5:103 
Kennedy, Quinton, capt., 3:128, 623; 9:494n, 644 

West Indies expedition, 3:594, 625, 684 
Kennedy, William, merchant, 3:348; 4:49 

accounts, 3:154, 169, 373; 8:454; 10:292 

chaise delivery, 3:833, 869 

Claus dealings with, 3:360, 377, 381; 10:260 

horsemen's tents delivery (1761), 3:421 
Kennedy's Island (Bedlow's Island), 1:849 
Kentaign, (Detroit Frenchman), 10:986; 13:318, 320 

Kente, see Quinte 
Kentucky, 8:889n 
Kenunetion Indians, 9:283 
Kenzego (Kensago), 1:207, 223 
Keough, see Koch 
Keppel, maj. gen., 3:881 

Keppel, Augustus, admiral, 1:626, 792 

Keppel, George, see Albemarle, George Keppel, third Earl of 
Kerlerec, see Billouart de Kelerec 
Kerr, Dr., 1:18, 26 
Kerr, Robert J., 13 :xii 
Kessedy, Edward, 7 : 990 
Kesslaer, Jacob, 11:933-37 
Kettle Creek. 12:963; 13:245 

Keyashuta (Mingo chief) see Kayashoton (Seneca chief) 
Kewaykishgum (Ottawa chief), ll:273n 
Keyes, Solomon, capt., 9:235 
Keyenqugto (Seneca chief ), 12:941-42 
Keyinatitchtha (Shawnee chief), 11:461 
Keylappame (Delaware chief), 11:456, 457 
Keysar, Michael, 3:609, 650, 651, 737 
Keyssar, John, 3:179 
Khotin, 7:285n 

Kiaenggwacauchdoone (Seneca chief), 11:591 
Kickapoos : 

Cherokee hostilities (1769), 12:689 

Croghan captured (1765) by, 4:762«, 823-24. 825, 828, 830, 847; 11:837, 
839, 841, 845-46, 854-55, 872, 877, 884, 893, 904 

Shawnee resentment for murdered deputies, 5:201, 216; 12:8 40 48-49, 
79, 100-101 ' ' ' ' ' 

Croghan conference (July, 1765), 11:847-50 

Croghan conference (Aug.-Sept., 1766), 13:414 

at Detroit Council (1761), 3:475 

Fort Chartres scalpings, 8:178, 278, 337; 12:602-603 

Fort Chartres threat (1770), 7:525; 12:813 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Fort Chartres threat (1772), 8:551 

Hutehins visit (1762), 10:526-27, 528, 545 

Illinois Indians and, 8:225, 251, 661 

Iroquois and, 8:225, 233 

peace offers (1765), 11:846, 847-50, 877, 900 

in Miami Confederacy, 4:245; 13:434n, 439m. 

numbers (1771), 12:931 

Ottawa Council (1762), 10:534 

Pontiac war belts (1765), 11:745 

Pottawatomies and, 5:618; 6:729, 730 

prisoners (1771), 8:278, 343, 453 

Scioto Council (1772) and, 8:586 

Shawnee Fort Chartres conference (1772), 8:661 

Villiers message (1763), 10:S19-21 

warrior numbers (1773), 8:894, 896 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:7, 260 
Kiekhowa (Onondaga), 7:981 
Kidney, Mrs. , 8:352 

Kikiki, 6:121 

Kikiuskin (Delaware), 3:208, 210 
Kilby, Christopher, 2:505; 5:564; 6:164 
Killbuck (Bemineo — Delaware chief) : 

Bouquet and, 11:436, 482, 484 

Bradstreet expedition and, 11:650 

at Chippewa conference (Johnson Hall, June, 1765), 11:782-83 

Croghan expedition (1765) and, 11:628 

deputy to the Peace Treaty (1765), 4:607, 649, 650, 664, 786; 11:459, 482, 
592, 593, 616, 617, 624-26, 661-62, 682, 768-69, 783, 831 

at Fort Stanwix Congress (1768), 12:628 

Negro purchased by Stanwix, 6:113-14 

presents, 5:255, 256, 259; 13:261 

Squash Cutter interview, 11:657-58, 661 
Killingworth, Connecticut, 4:456, 496; 11:255; 12:610 
Killmor, Peter, 2:731 
Killmor, William, 2:731 
Rimber, E., cited, 3:ar 
Kimble, Samuel, see Kemble, Samuel 
Kincade, Eleonor, 11:486 

Kindarundy (Onondaga), on Montreal expedition, 10:182; 13:178 
Kindaruntv (Kavandegare — Oneida sachem) : 

Canadian embassy (1751), 9:80-81 

death of (1758), 10:32, 37, 39, 67, 69, 70, 74, 76 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1756), 9:361, 381 

Oswegatchie mission (1757), 9:832 

reinstatement as sachem (1758), 9:884 
Kindarunty (Blue Cheeks— Chenussio) : 

Croghan and, 10:433 

death (1762) of, 3:914, 924; 10:559 

English attack plot (1761), 3:630; 10:402 

at Lancaster Treaty (1762), 3:874 

Southern war party (1762), 3:693, 698, 732-33 
Kinder-hook, 1:109, 150, 170, 184, 253; 4:642; 6:210 

Claverack Manor and, 6:./-, 670, 678-80, 702 703; 7:23-24 101 ]p; is ^qq. 
67, 302-303, 326, 329-30, 368 69, 393 94 ; 12:319 
Assembly on, 7:356, 359-61 
Dunmore and, 8:84-85, 95-96; 12:905-906 
election of magistrates (1772) and, 8:449, 455, 462 
Johnson exposition, 8:100-102 

district division (1772), 8:449-50, 589-90 

fortification of, 1:920; 9:163 

Indian lands, 2:372; 9:212; 10:599-601 

justice of the peace (1754), 9:136 

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Index 

Kinderhook, 

militia recommendations for new regiment (1770), 7:418-19, 421-23, 445-47, 
448-52, 605-606, 643, 672-73, 674, 677-79, 709; 12:807 

patent map, 7:360 

Eoad Act (1770) and, 7:596 

town meeting place, 7:533 
King, Yockem Albright, see Gienke, Jochim Albrecht 
King, (carpenter), 13:308-14passim 

King- (New England man), 1:53 
King, ensign, 3:474 

King, eapt., 1:436, 531; 2:87, 195 
King, Thomas (Tagaderiaghsera, Oneida chief, Oquaga resident) : 

Bradstreet expedition, 4:629; 11:369-72, 374, 402, 472, 504, 506-50S 

Canestio expedition (1764) and, 4:336, 393 

Cherokees and, 6:694; 9:957-60 

condolence for Johnson's father, 10:771 

Conestoga lands and, 5:702 

Croghan expedition (1765), 11:537, 660 

Croghan visit (1770), 7:34 

death of, 3:205n; 8:247-48, 318-19, 405, 441; 12:916n, 944, 999, 1019 

Delawares captured by, 4:365, 369; 11:108-109 

Easton Council (1758) Iroquois deed and, 3:168; 10:44, 48 

Forbes expedition to Port Duquesne, 3:168 

Fort Pitt Conference (1770), 7:1117, 1121, 1153; 8:35, 46 

Hardenbergh patent and, 6:761 

Harper offers (1767) for Oquaga lands, 12:261, 331 

at Harris Ferry-Lancaster meeting (1757), 9:729, 737-38, 745, 746, 758 

illness (1764), 11:181 

at Iroquois-Cherokee peace treaty (1768), 12:458 

at Iroquois Congress (Fort Johnson, Sept. 1763), 10:847-51, 852-53 

at Johnson Hall meeting (Oct. 1763), 10:S96-97, 899-900 

at Lancaster Treaty (1762), 10:533, 537-38, 552-53 

Merckel board, 7:1044 

mission for the Iroquois (1771), 8:247, 259, 260, 261, 262, 278, 31S-19, 343, 
349, 405-408, 418, 441; 12:890, 916, 917 

on Montreal expedition, 10:182; 13:177 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 11 : 317 

on Oneida threats to Johnson (1763), 10:772 

at Oquaga conference (Fort Johnson, May 1762), 10:443 

at Oquaga conference (Johnson Hall, Feb. 1764), 11:38 

Pontiac and, 4:552-54, 650 

recruitment bv, 2:632; 9:806 

Scioto Council (1771) and, 8:160, 190, 202, 220 

Scioto message (1768), 12:547 

at Susquehanna Indian Congress (Johnson Hall, Feb. 1764), 11:59-60, 61-63 

Susquehanna settlement and, 3:705, 940; 4:66; 10:665 

trade and, 10:71 

Winslow mistreatmont (1757) of, 9:704-705, 707-708 
Kingekoss, 1:253 
King George's War (1744-1748), 1:25-219; 9:3-35 

Boston expedition against Cape Breton, 1:28, 30, 32, 33, 36, 39, 41, 52-53, 
57, 92, 209, 448; 9:4 

Crown Point expedition (See Crown Point, expedition (1748) against) 

Indian provisions (1747-50), 1:88, 90-92, 108-10, 278-79, 280-81, 899 

Iroquois and, 1:54, 55, 59-65, 67-68, 73-81, 105-107, 164, 325, 327, 908-909 

Lake Sacrament expedition proposal, 1:110, 112-15 

Mohawk Council (1748), 1:900-903 

Mohawks ambushed by Caghnawagas, 1:146-51; 9:6 

neutrality efforts in, 1:86-88, 113 

Peace : 

Cessation of Arms (1748), 1:178, 179, 181, 183-84, 185-86; 9:33-34 
expenses of Flags of Truce, 1:211-12, 313-14 
Preliminary Articles of, 1:209, 248 

316 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Proclamation of, 1:225, 226, 238; 13:10 

prisoners : 

English, 1:60-61, Gin, 78, 80, 82-83, 87, 91-92, 94-96, 98, 125, 133, 137, 

138, 143, 174-75, 176, 339; 13:9, 145, 148, 153, 154, 156 
of the French, 1:162, 163, 167-68, 169, 174, 297, 395, 902 
exchange of, 1:186-92, 207, 211-12, 213-15, 223-24, 226, 231-36, 241-42, 
247, 251-52, 254-56, 283-85, 905-906; 9:33-34, 36, 39, 41-42, 44, 45, 
46, 47-50, 59-60, 64-65, 74 

Schenectady battle (1748), 1 : 173-74 
King of Prussia (vessel), 7:262; 8:5 
Kingsborough: 

Claus farm, 3:396; 4:540 

glebe, 10:250 

Johnson will and, 12:1066 

Kayaderosseras and, 4:267 

Revolutionary company formation in, 8:1207, 1210 

Road Bill, 7:596 
Kingsbury, (Kinsbury) , maj., 2:250, 334 

King's College, see New York City, King's College 
King's County, New York, 12:984 
King's County, Rhode Island, 3:125 

Kingsland, 8:1010, 1202-1203; 12:1066n. See also Canajoharie patent 
Kingsley, Jonathan, 1:868 
Kingston, James George (artist), 13:xii 
Kingston, Massachusetts, 10:887 
Kingston, New York: 

conference with Esopus Indians, 1:15-16 

Corporation petition to Johnson, 2:418-19 

Delaware Conference, 3:566-69, 591 
Kingston, Ontario, l:288n; 10: In 
Kingstown, Jamaica, 1:13 
Kingwaurauto (Seneca), 7:1139, 1140 
Kinion, Enoch, 4:757 

Kinisshikapoo (Chippewa chief), 11:772, 780-81 
Kinkead, Crownidge, 7:326 
Kinne, Rev. Aaron, 12:145n 
Kinneer, James, oapt., maj., 1:673, 750; 2:309n 
Kinor, , 7:731 

Kinsale (ship), 1:41 

Kiokam (Indian), confession of, 8:795-97 
Kiocuskcum (Ottawa chief), 11:273 
Kipimisaming, (Delaware), 3:541-44 
Kipp, George, 3:634; 10:248 
Kipp, Stephen, 3:634; 10:248 
Kirkland (Kirtland, Krisland, Thrisland), Rev. Samuel, S:ix, 300, 744; 11:619 

almanac request, 5:32 

autograph, 7 :xii 

baptismal services refused, 8:105 

at Bradstreet troop return, 11:506 

Delaware prisoner exchange and, 4:649 

German Flats trade and, 8:629 

as interpreter, 4:772 

on Johnson (Jacob) behavior, 12:750 

Johnson Hall christenings and, 5:391 

Johnson Hall visit (1765), 13:331// 

New England Company (Boston Commissioners) and, 8:229 31 232 282-83- 
12:912-13, 91S-19, 928, 929 

Niagara mission proposal, 5:149 

Oneida influence (1775), 8:1203 

Oneida mission, 12:. IDS 99, 721-22, 748 

Oneida petition translation (1770), 13:501 

Oneida proposal to capture, 6:771 7."> 

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Index 

Kirkland, Eev. Samuel, 
Onulisoekluh and, 5:26 
portrait, 6:774 

Seneca hostage return (1765), 4 :651 ; 11:591; 13:334 
Seneca mission, 4:813; 8:1176; 12:26-27; 13:334 
Southern Indian schools and, 5:343 
on unfeeling behavior of Indians, 4 : 768 
Wheelock school location proposals, 12 : 145, 300 

Wheelock's training of, 3:557, 569; 4:572, 598, 701, 734; 10:344, 469-70; 
11:653, 741, 801 
Kirkman, (London politician), 8:203 

Kirkpatrick, Rev., 10:273 

Kirtland, Rev. Samuel, see Kirkland, Rev. Samuel 
Kisinoutha, see Keissnauch (Shawnee chief) 
Kiskuskees (Delaware-Shawnee village), 11:212 
Kissam, Benjamin: 

Kayaderosseras patent and, 4:797, 845; 5:104-106, 214, 363, 549, 550, 562, 
630, 678-79; 6:83, 92, 173-74, 274; 11:852, 864n; 12:321 
Kitchener (slave), 10:248 
Kitopum (Delaware chief), at Croghan Fort Pitt conference (May, 1765), 

11:723 
Kittaning, Pennsylvania : 

Armstrong destruction of, 5:616; 10:964«, 
Delaware settlement, 2:443, 445; 9:740 

Pennsylvania boundary and, 6:211, 556; 7:65, 179; 8:852, 860, 882-84; 
12:493, 502, 520 
Kittaning Falls, 10:692, 720 
Kittatinny Mountains: 

in Pennsylvania deed of release (1758), 10:44, 45, 47 

Walking'Purchase and, 3:767, 809, 810, 813, 814, 815, 816, 817, 818, 839, 843 
Kittery Point, Maine, l:437w 
Kitts, Jacob, 3:357 

Kitts, (Kitz), Johannes (Hance), 3:357; 12:1070; 13:514 
Kitty (prisoner), 11:489 
Kiyogas, see Cayugas 
Klauw, Francis,*4:298 
Klauw, George, 4:297, 7:454 
Klebsattel, Andreas, 2:486, 690; 11:933-37 
Klein (Klyne), Michael: 

gunsmith accounts, 7:611-21, 626, 1004-13; 12:762, 921, 1121 
land purchases, 13:377 
Klein (Clin), Philip Heinrich, 3:220, 634; 6:771; 10:248; 12:819 
Kline, John, 8:655 
Kling, Johan Ludwig, 8:334 
Klock (Clock), , 8:1079 

Klock, Adam, 7:723 
Klock (Clock), Annatie, 1:188 
Klock (Clock), Conrad, 4:312, 574; 5:565 
Klock (Clock), George (Ury) : 
accounts, 4:233-34, 622, 633 
Canajoharie land purchases: 

(1754), 1:421, 427-28, 438; 3:424 

Canajoharie grant to Johnson and, 3:296, 35S, 595-96, 615, 633; 5:237-38 
evidence of illegal methods, 3:584-85, 602, 603-604, 606, 607, 610, 619-20, 
624, 641, 647, 648, 649-50, 652-53, 655, 943; 4:24, 42, 50-61, 78-80, 
84, 140-46, 196, 311-13; 6:224, 743-44; 10:619-22; 13:274-75 
sales attempts (1761), 10:216-17, 219-20, 227-29, 233, 336-39, 350 
sales attempts (1762), 10:365-67, 371-72, 442 
Indian massacre alarm (1767), 12:333 
Indian meeting with Johnson (March 1763) to protest, 4:46, 50-61; 

10:610-11 
Indian migration threat (1766), 12:137, 167-68, 169 
Indian refusal (1761) to deal with, 3:296ft 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

license (1761), 3:307-308, 312-14, 315, 328, 358, 419-20, 558, 573 
Livingston patent and, 3:339, 340-41, 352, 356, 364-65 
Livingston patent release refusal, 5:492, 575; 6:616, 635; 8:686-87, 
702-70:;, 714, 1192-93, 1201; 10:927-29, 941; 11:611; 12:137, 365, 
539-41 
Livingston patent tenant ejectments, 3:562, 584-85, 645, 648, 649, 737- 
38, 739, 745, 880, 916, 945-46; 4:115-17; 5:219; 10:337, 457, 487, 
717; 12:93 
Magin patent and, 3:315, 374, 417, 424, 596, 617 
Mohawk protests, 4:176-77; 8:938; 10:650-51 
Nelles patent, 4:657; 5:311; 8:545-49 

purchase attempts (1766), 5:315; 12:139, 169, 183-84, 301 
trial for fraud, 3:650-51, 665-66, 672-74, 680, 726, 737-38, 739, 945; 4:3, 
24, 25, 29, 38, 42, 46, 108, 112-15, 117-18, 121, 131, 176-77, 669; 
5:219, 740; 6:224, 284, 743-44; 10:457-58, 487-88, 541-42, 571-75, 
641-43, 724, 756-57, 828, 897, 898-99; 12:496-97, 698, 702 
Canajoharie sachems on, 4:165-66, 596-97; 5:469; 12:137, 139 
Canajoharies sent to England (1764), 4:316-17, 325, 353; 8:935, 938, 

1008-1009; 11:36, 473, 522, 523 
Canajoharies taken to England (1773) by, 8:935-36, 938, 951, 970-71, 1008- 

1009, 1060, 1116, 1160, 1192-93 
Duncan suit, 4:845; 5:395, 515 

Duncan survey of Canajoharie grant (1763) and, 4:233-34, 633 
Hasenclever and, 5:384 
Indian councils called by, 12:184 
Johnson Hall Indian friends of, 10:900-901 

Johnson's land purchases and, 3:289, 307-308, 312-14, 420; 4:573 
Lappius and, 4:281; 10:799-800 
lumber sales, 7:666 
Oneida land purchase, 5:400: 12:245 

petitions, 3:636; 4:276-77, 311-13; 6:284, 402-403; 12:333, 345-46 
soldier-Indian intrigues of, 10:338, 365 
son of, 4:194 

wampum messages of, 8:1009 
Klock, George, Jr., 4:194, 312, 596-97, 615; 11:473, 522, 523 

Canajoharie survey, 8:545-46, 548 
Klock, Ilanjoost, see Klock, Johan Jost 
Klock, Hendrick, 2:835 
Klock, Jacob: 

affidavits against brother George, 3:943; 4:112, 145, 146; 10:621-22 
on attempt to fine George Klock's son, 4:194 
at Canajoharie meeting (1763), 4:50, 61 
on Cobus Maybe, 4:645 
company of, 4:175, 195; 7:455 
justice appointment lists, 3:622, 750; 12:768, 783 
liquor supplied (1762) to Indians, 13:275 
Markell-Barelett dispute, 6:448-49 
petition to governor (1767), 12:345 
Schuyler mistreatment of Canajoharies and, 5:56-58 
on scouts, 4:192 

Tryon County General Committee (1775) and, 8:1203, 1204, 1207 
as witness of Indian declaration upholding Livingston patent, 3:963 
Klock, Jacob G., 4:145 
Klock, Johan Jost (TTanjoost) : 

affidavits againsl brother George, 3:606; 4:112, 145 146- 10:621-22 
Tryon County General Committee, 8:1207 
Klock and Nellus patent, 12:1066 
Klyne, see Klein 
Knafe, Hance, 3:157 
Knafe, Jacob, Jr., 3:357 
Knafe, John, 3:357 
Kneckerbackcr, Harmen, capt., 5:363 

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Index 

Kneeland, Ebenezer, 7:170 

Kneller, Henry, 7:930-32, 948, 950-51, 952, 958, 960; 13:62-4 
Kniekabecker, (of Scliaghticoke), 12:811 

Knickerbacker, Joliannis, 12:784 
Knight, Giles, 3:799, 846 
Kniskern, Johannes, 8:466-67 
Knockepot, Robert, 10:930 
Knowles, capt., 3:644 

Knowles, Sir Charles, admiral, 1:52, 116, 118, 119; 2:451 
biographical sketch, 119n 

Knox, capt. (skipper), 1:37, 250-51, 302 

Knox, Jean, 11:490 

Knox, John, 4:280 

Knox, John, capt., Historical Journal of the Campaigns in America, 6:733 

Knox, John, trader, Oswegatchie trade pass (1761), 13:273 

Knox, John, Schenectady petition (1771), 13:503 

Knox, Joseph, 4:299, 353; 11:19 

Knox, Mary, 11:490 

Knox, Robert, 11:488 

Knox, Susana, 11:490 

Knox, William (Germaine's secretary), 13:728, 730 

Knox, William (sutler), 13:231 

Koasdaess, 12:323 

Koch (Kock), Casper (Gaspar), 7:343; 12:1000 

Koch (Cuck, Kough), George, 7:892; 8:839 

Koch, Mathew, see Kough, Mathew 

Koch, Rudolph, 7:341-43; 12:761, 925 

Koghnot, John Everhart., 3:357 

Koglmot, John Everhart, Jr., 3:357 

Kokhkewenaunaut, Benjamin (Stockbridge Indian), 4:892 

Massachusetts land sales, 10:429-30 

recruitment of Stockbridge Indians (1764), 11:99-100 
Konoghsoghta (Canadasaga chief), Shaw-nee appeal, 13:669 
Kool (Cowl— Cherokee Indian), 2:846, 849, 858-59 
Koose (Couse, Kose), Frederick, 7:352, 1088 

wheat orders, 7:661 
Korihonti (Niagara chief), 10:893 
Kortz, Frederick, capt., 5:556 
Koskhaho (Onondaga), 10:182; 13:178 
Koto (Missisauga), 8:287 
Kough, George, see Koch, George 
Kough (Cook), Mathew, 7:352, 1088-S9; 12:394 
Kouita Indians, 9:573 
Kowehe, see Goweah (Oneida chief) 
Kowenhoven, Fran, 3 : 926 
Koyse, Thomas, 6:61 
Krausz, , 8:333 

Kray, Joseph, 4:165 
Kreiselin, Adam, 6:241 
Krems, ,8:333 

Krems, Peter, 5:568; 7:214 
Kreuser, C, see Keiuser, C. 
Kreutz, George, 7:865 
Kriuuser, C, see Keiuser, C. 
Kuankikee River, 12:585 
Kuhn, Adam Simon, 5:339, 342 
Kunersdorf, battle of, 3:2S4n 
Kyssinauta, see Keissnauch (Shawnee chief) 
La Baye, see Green Bay, Wisconsin 
La Belle Riviere, see Ohio River 
Labadee, , Jr., 10 : 693 

320 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Labeff, , French arms trade, 11:219 

La Biche, Fort, 6:52; 13:448 

Labrador, 10:978, 979 

La Bute, Pierre (Peter) Chesne: 

English lovalty, 5:703, 730 

at Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:472, 474, 523; 13:251, 253, 256, 258 

Ottawas warned against English (1765), 4:673 

at Pond murder confession, 8:795 

Pontiac and, 5:671-72, 675; 13:318-19 

Rogers and, 12:480 

salary, 4:708; 5:264, 382, 516, 677, 703; 6:300; 12:642, 643n; 13:389 
La Chauirgre, , lieut., 13:115 

La Chine: 

Claus visit (1767), 13:430 

Claus visit (1770), 7:896, 958 

Claus visit (1773), 12:1026-29; 13:621-22 

location, 10:247; 13:450 

rapids piloting privileges, 13:623 
Lac de deux Montagnes, 3 : 240n 

Lackawaxen (Lechawaesein) Creek, 6:557; 10:531w, 532 
Lacey, , .tgt., 3:104 

La Chauvignerie, .Marie de, see Paran, Marie de Laehovignerie 
La Cled, (house near Fort Chartres), 12:171 

Lacont, surgeon duty, 3:76 
La Conte, Lewis, 4 :670, 677-79 
La Come, Pierre de Chapt, Chevalier de, 3:134-35 

death of, 3:050 
La Come St. Luc, Luc de Chap! de: 

account (1771), 13:711 

Amherst present disbursement and, 10:189 

Augusta losses, 3:644, 650, 735, 895, 917-18 

Campbell management of Indian Affairs and, 12:1114 

Chew and, 1:204 

Ghippewas and, 8:212-13, 501-502 

Claus draft, 7:186 

on colonial administration of trade, 6:302-303 

Crown Point French command (1747), 1:101 

daughter's marriage, 3:404 

horses and, 3:321, 348, 355, 375, 380, 820-21; 8:211 

Iroquois plot rumors (1762) and, 10:422, 423, 424, 425 

Johnson (Peter) schooling and, 12:101.", 

Massy and, 12:16.". 

Michilimackinac visit (17731,8:841; 12:1027 

New York visit (1760), 3:283, 291 

Okeawess and, 7:947 

Ottawas and, 3:284; 7:898 

religious conversion, 8:211 

return to France, 3:546; 10:423, 425 

Shawnee threats (1774) and. 13:682 

Ticonderoga command (1755), 2:398 

trial in Walker affair. 5:471 

war belts (1772-73) attributed to, 8:501-502, 551, 561-62, 587, 592; 13:630 
Lacquis, William (Indian), 2:452, 453, ».~l 
La Dematis, , 12:264 

r.n Duzette, James, 10:822 
Lafayette, Indiana, set Ouiatonon 
Laffler, Martin, 12:1072 
La Fontaine, , 2:20, 22 

La Force (Ottawa chief), 12:491, 492 

Michilimackinac speech (Aug., 1768), 6:318-49 

Roberts and, 5:714-15, 764 
La Force (Frenchman, interpreter), 9:557, 611, 620; 11:932-63; 12:646 

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Index 

La Force (interpreter), 

Albany escape, 2:746-47, 748; 9:830-31 
Canadian invitation (1757), 9:721 
French information (1758), 9:907, 915-16 
Missisauga trade, 4:212; 10:861 
Washington and, 9:155 
La Gallette, Fort, 10:126m; ll:353n 
Fort Levis surrender (1760), 13:170 
French fortification, 2:564; 3:121, 133-35, 223-24 
French troops at, 2:12, 857; 13:150 
English deserters in, 13:133 

English expedition plans (1759) against, 13:120, 122-24, 124-25, 126, 127, 
129, 133 
Gage abandonment of, 3:141; 10:126, 129-30; 13:136-37, 139-40, 141, 

143-44, 145-46, 147, 148, 150, 154-55 
Iroquois attitudes toward, 13:133-34, 138, 139, 140-41, 151 
Kass map, 10:246 

Niagara expedition (1759) and, 3:38, 39, 176 
Niagara provisions (1761), 13:268 

scouts at, 3:963; 10:141-42; 13:127, 132-33, 138, 140-42, 148, 149, 152, 
153, 154, 170 
La Gallette (Indian village), 10:126^; ll:353?i 
La Gauterais, Harpain de, see Gauterais, Harpain de la 
Lagonnier, , 4:670-71, 677 

La Grandeur, , sgt., 5:372; 11:697; 12:227-28 

La Grandeur, Marianne, 4:637; 11:534 
La Grange, , 4:761, 765 

Lagranse, Gonrat (Cornrat), 4:132 
Laguel, ' ,1:101 

Lahaye, G., 5:133 
Lake", Abraham, 12:956 
Lake, Robert, see Leake, Eobert 
Lake, William, 11:488 
Lake George: 

artillery list (Aug. 26, 1755), 9:221-22 

battle of, l:237w, 489n, 670n, 779n, S56n; 2:3, 52-53, 102, 200-201; 3:387, 
994; 9:228-33, 278, 820 
Blodget's book on, 2:404-405 
Bloody Pond, photograph, 2:24 
campaign map, 2:4; 9:232 
Colden (Cadwallader) account of, 9:292-93 
English news of, 2:441, 491; 9:385, 386 
examination of prisoners, 2:26-28 

French battle orders, 2:20-24, 48-49, 76-77, 171; 9:230, 232, 240 
French losses, 2:399; 9:232 
Indian Council after, 2:92-94 
Irish news of, 2:425 
Johnson's Council of War after, 2:24-25 
Lyman in, 9:209tt 
numbers involved, 13:197, 198 
Penn congratulations, 9:471-72 
Pomeroy replacement, 13:55-56 
reports, 2:25n 

return of killed, wounded and missing, 9:230-33, 234-38 
Rhode Island gratitude, 13:81 
Rutherford account of, 2:71-73, 146 
Shirlev on, 2:57-62, 146-47 
Claus route (1773) to Canada, 13:617, 627 
encampment of Crown Point f drees at, 2:6-9, 47, 55, 74-75 

reinforcement, orders, 2:67, 71, 76, 77, 79, 81, 107-108, 109, 166, 170, 178, 
187, 190, 193, 198-99, 200. 209, 220, 221, 240, 241, 251, 252, 253, 258, 
261, 272, 273, 276, '292, 295-96, 297, 339; 3:995; 9:261, 265, 273-74, 
301, 303, 305, 306 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

returns of effectives (Sept. 1755-Jan. 1756), 2:89, 121, 208, 211, 227, 

396, 405 
site, photograph, 2:6 
Smoking Island incident, 13:51-53 

troop morale at, 2:44, 74, 117, 134, 137, 150, 152, 164, 180-82, 192, 194, 
217, 221, 238, 240, 242-43, 256, 261-62, 264, 265, 273 275, 283, 301, 
307-308 

mutiny, 2:284, 288, 324, 326 
fortification of, 1:89.'! (See also Fort William Henry) 
French camps on (1757), 2:740 

French capture of Fort William Henry (1757), 9:809, 811-22 
French plans of attack (1755), 2:290-303; 9:303-305 
French plans of attack (1756), 2:564, 565; 9:528-29, 530, 532, 534, 535, 

539-43, 544, 549-50, 553, 557, 558 
French plans of attack (1757), 2:677, 709, 717; 9:606, 662, 675, 701, 773 
French sloop (1759) on, 3:47 
Hardy visit to, 2:84-85, 99 

Iroquois invitation (1755) to join forces at, 2:380-81; 9:222-24 
Iroquois land claims, 10:972; 11:554-55; 12:538 
Johnson's naming of, 1:893; 2:9 
land grants (1764), 11:97, 117 
map, 2:422, 870 

Rogers' land purchase on, 3:374, 409, 410, 426-27, 596, 604, 654, 680 
scouts on islands of, 2:143, 144, 106-67, 171, 201, 268 
State reservation, map, 2:2 
storehouse, 2:109, 117, 118, 150 

See also Crown Point; Ticonderoga; Saint Sacrament, Lake 
La Luche, 6:391 
Lamb, Anthony, 4:8, 21-22, 85 
Lamb, John, 7:239, 779 

on Revolutionary unrest, 8:976; 12:318ft 

Tieo debts and, 8:360-62, 370-71, 378, 3S1, 387, 389, 398, 401, 403, 404-405, 
701-702. 732; 12:941 
Lamb, Samuel, 2:653 
Lame Sam (Indian chief), 9:342 
Lamiere, , 1:284 

La Moelle, , lieut., 13:115 

La Motto, (trader), 5:523; 12:544 

La Motto, Isle, 4:317, 346 
La Motte Domeille, maj., 13:115, 251 

Lamson, Joseph, 7:170 
Lanard, , 1:167 

Lanat (Ouiatanon chief), 4:672 
La Naudiere, 8:211, 243, 244, 874 
on Indian unrest (1773), 8:841 
Johnson (Peter) and, 8:527 
trade disputes (1773) and, 12:1027 
Lancaster, Pennsylvania: 
Chorokees at, 2:859 

Conostoga massacre and, 4:272, 284-85, 293, 299, 306, 310, 320, 322-24 326 
327-28, 343, 357-58, 366, 368, 377, 391 ; 11:2, 55-56 
condolence, 6:S2, 92, 97; 12:417 
Fort Duquosne defeat news, 1:752 
Fort Pitt Indian Conference (1768) and, 6:176 
Iroquois Congress (1744), 1:913 

Iroquois Congress (1757), (See Earrisburg, Pennsylvania, Harris Perry- 
Lancaster Iroquois Congress) 
Iroquois Congress (1758), 2:77(1 
Iroquois Congress (1762) : 

Cherokee-Iroquois war and, 10:566, 584, 592, 594, 605; 12:294 
Easton Council (1762) and, 3:746, 789, 799, 810, 823, 827; 10:466; 
13:279-80 

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Index 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 

Hamilton account, 10:551-55 

Indian dissatisfaction, 3:921, 986 

Maryland and, 4:69; 10:573 

Minutes, 3:890, 908, 913, 939, 986; 10:498-99 

Peters account, 10:537-41, 558-59, 651 

prisoner return at, 3:921; 10:504, 510 

Quaker certificate concerning Johnson's attendance, 3:826, 827-28 

Quakers at, 3:908-909, 914, 915; 13:280 

Shawnees and, 10:546, 547-48, 576-77 

Susquehanna settlement and, 10:532, 533 
McKee (Thomas) flight (1763) to, 13:297 
school for, 5:403, 407, 845; 6:66-67 
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: 
agriculture, 8:183 
china manufacture, 8:294 
sheriff, 4:865 

silk production (1771), 8:183-84 
Stump murders, 12:420-21 
L'Ance aux f euilles, see Presque Isle 
Lancey, , ensign, 3:59, 82, 90, 91, 92; 13:152m 

Lancises, Mary, 11:486 
Lancret, Nicolas, 1:265 
Land: 

allotment procedure, 13:482-85 

antirent movement, 5:286 

Barclay tract, see Barclay grant 

Barton application for grant, 4:868; 5:10, 23-24, 570 

Bradstreet on French grants, 4:529 

Bradstreet promises to Detroit inhabitants, 11:493 

Bradstreet Treaty cession demands, 11:331 

Burnet estate, 3:299 

Canajoharie gift to Johnson (See Canajoharie patent) 

Cartier grant, 5:45-46, 55, 66, 90, 91, 183-87; 7:928, 929-30, 948, 949-52, 

957-58, 960, 961 
Catskill grant, 4:448; 7:686-87 
Charles II letters patent, 6:357-58 

Chateaugav patent, 4:136; 10:373, 376, 804-806, 840, 844 
Chuctenunda tract, 4:860 

claims (See specific Indian groups; and see names of individual claimants) 
Coevman's patent, 4:635, 648 
Collins's patent, 4:885 
confiscation of Catholic, 11:23 
Coxe claim, 6:572-74 

Cressap unauthorized treaty, 5:458, 469, 507; 12:236, 277-78, 292 
Croghan land office at Fort Pitt, 7:1132; 8:1126 

Crown Purchase precedents, 6:147-48, 184-85; 12:466-67, 519, 520-21 
Declaration of Trust, 12:703, 705 
Delaware River sales (1767), 5:735, 778 
Detroit giants, 8:178, 202, 224, 232-33 
division into lots, 1:8 
Duncan grant, 4:363, 366 
ejectment (See Settlers, ejectment) 
Fasten Council (1757) Indian demands, 2:754-55; 3:194; 9:755-56, 763-65, 

827; 10:210-11, 214, 215, 230, 266-68, 383-84 (See also Delawares, land 

claims; Teedyuseung) 
Fasten Council (1762) discussions, 10:403-404, 454-55, 465-66 
English promises to Indians, 3:205-206, 409-10, 429, 478, 485, 506, 515; 

10:680 

George III Proclamation (1763) protection, 10:973, 982-83 
English speculation in America, 4:564; 5:129, 376, 478; 10:827 
for an episcopate, 5:836, 837, 840, 841-42; 6:18, 27-28, 77, 132, 164-65, 294 

415, 529-31, 542-43, 746-47; 7:289-90, 292, 518-19, 584, 5S8 

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Esopus gift to Johnson (1764), 11:62, 67 

fish kill Indian claims (See Land, Wappinger Indian claims, infra) 

forcible settlement of, 5:698; 6:10-11; 7:182, 652; 11:791, 793, 796, 812, 

834; 12:137, 296, 374, 375, 380, 407, 415, 417, 421, 494, 510, 709-10, 715, 

746-47 

Indian boundary line and, 5:737-38, 785, 850; 6:23, 143, 212, 652, 692, 
693-94, 708-709; 7:16-17, 81-82, 119 

legal procedure and, 5:560-61, 818; 6:4-5, 69n, 72-73, 86, 176; 7:64; 
12:415, 417, 421, 494, 510, 709-10, 715, 746-47 

military authority to remove settlers, 5:504, 535, 548, 567, 574, 590, 693; 
12:130, 133, 142, 234, 367, 376-77, 380, 407 

See also Settlers, frontier outrages against Indians 
Fort Schuyler survey (1767), 5:668-69 

French law on, 4:291, 307-308, 318; 12:67, 73-74, 79, 82, 118-20 
French Margaret's (Montour's Land), 6:596-97; 7:335-36, 475, 568, 575, 

653, 668, 690 
French promises to the Indians, 2:692; 5:155 
French proprietors in English colonies, 12:19-20, 45-47, 11S-20 
George II named as purchaser in New York land deed (1754), 11:945-48 
grant limitations: 

English prohibitions of private purchase (1760), 4:388 

English prohibition of private purchases from Indians (1762), 3:642-43, 
645, 646, 654, 665, 679-80, 682, 702, 725-26, 737-38, 764 

English prohibition of private purchase (1763), 4:90 

English prohibition on sales within certain boundaries, 4:181, 274, 289- 
91, 297, 302, 307, 308, 314, 325, 463-64 

-rants stopped (1773), 8:724, 983, 1014 

grants stopped beyond the sources of Atlantic rivers (1774), 8:1074-77, 
1136-37 

gubernatorial powers defined (1763), 10:980-81, 982 

on gubernatorial powers, instructions (1761), 3:319-20, 338-39, 364, 
366 67, 425-26, 429, 435, 604, 619, 623, 654-55, 659, 665, 679-80, 724, 
725-26, 737, 739; 10:340-42, 362, 382, 397, 418, 431, 454, 583, 585, 586 

size, 11:469; 12:756 
Harris Ferry-Lancaster Congress discussion on, 2:752-56; 9:744, 750-53, 

755-57, 763-65, 827 
Hoosick patent survey, 8:388, 428-29 
Hudson River demand (1768), 12:531, 603-604 
Illinois colonization, 5:128-30, 240-41, 276-78, 324-30 
Illinois grant purchases, 5:128-30, 196-97 
Illinois Indian view of, 13:410 
Illinois purchase attempt (Murrav, 1773), 8:^11 I.",, SS6, S9S, 905, 931-32, 

1076, 1104, 1136-37 
indenture and affidavit (Butler), 9:99-101; 11:11 
indenture deed to Robert Adeins (1771), 8":266-70 
Indian Affairs responsibility and, 5 : i.r 
Indian boundary line, 4:643, 73 1, 743; 5:27, 39, L81-82, 330, 391, 449, 700- 

701, 741. 711, 851, 854; 6:5, 130, 146, L85, 279-80. .",13, 668, 69 1 ; 

11:481 ; 12:31, 73, 98, 230, 322, 402, 419, 656 57, ©59, 670 

deeds prior to Fort Stanwix Treaty and, 7:537, 538, 641, 656 

Fort Pitt ferry service fraud and, 7:685 

Indian Affairs reorganization plan and, 4:363, 463; 5:199, 286; 11:348, 
572, 777; 12:56, 88, 182, 341, 51 I 

Iroquois and, 4:736, 742; 5:16, 22, 362; 8:962; 11:713, 714, 748; 
12:168, 309-11, 321, 371, 386, 450, 476-77, 488, 490, 500, 502-504, 
533, 597, 662, 665, 670, 681, 684-85, 694-95, 709, 715, 766 -6 7 

Johnson on colonial inaction (1765), 11:571-73, 603 

Limitation of Country treaty proposal, 2:737 

map, 5:286; 6:450; 12:514, 519-20 

Mason Dixon Line < s, , Maryland, boundaries ; Pennsylvania, boundaries) 

(Shelburne and, 5:762, 79::, 855, 6:22 23, 32, 61, 62, 66, 119, 129 137 38 
143, 147, 178, 184, 200-201, 2(15, 211, 225, 333, 395, 584, 627, 652; 

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Land, 

12:31-32, 392, 405, 406, 459, 462, 465-67, 473-74, 476, 493, 501, 510 

United States and, 8:1216 

violations, 8:262, 1008, 1141, 1164; 12:376-77, 417-18, 421, 494, 587, 
674-75, 889; 13:641 

See also Fort Stanwix Indian Congress (1768) ; and see specific colonies 
concerned 
Indian claims (See specific Indian groups) 
Indian communal ownership of, 11:411, 889 
Indian cultural effects of diminishing claims, 12:953; 13:195 
as Indian indemnity for trade losses, 5:15-16, 38-39, 126; 6:477-78, 580; 

7:528, 591, 592n, 631, 650-51, 659, 668; 11:565-66, 649-50; 12:165, 

594-95, 618, 619, 620, 728, 741w, 967 
Indian view of English warfare for, 9:517, 613 
Iroquois claims (See Iroquois, land claims) 
island offered Croghan by Indians, 3:302-303 
Jesuit interests, 3':638, 665, 862; 4:299, 309, 319; 5:46, 66, 183-87; 7:576n, 

897, 959; 8:866 
Johnson bequests, 8:1190-91 

Johnson (John) grant, 4:289-90, 317, 332, 346, 356, 366, 387, 410 
Johnson's principles in support of Indian claims, 4:832; 11:911-12, 925-27 
Johnson's purchases, 1:4-5, 7, 330-31, 334, 335, 401-403, 406-408, 411-12, 897, 

923-29; 6:649-50; 10:248-49; 11:5 

Adigo, 8:236, 301, 396, 414, 422-23, 592 

Albany censure (1770) of, 7:586-88 

Albany land indenture (1759), 10:117-20 

Brinckerhoff exchange, 8:109, 160, 174-75, 298-99, 309 

Campbell lots, 6:622-23, 636-37, 724 

Canajoharie grant (see Canajoharie grant) 

on Champlain Lake, 8:415-16 

Charlotte River, 7:710-11, 718; 13:15-19 

at German Flats (1765), 11:933-38 

from Hun and Lansingh, 7:436, 443-44, 480 

from Ilchester, 8:232, 311, 316, 707, 724 

Jessup tract and, 8:580-81 

Kingsborough patent, 4:267 

Lawyer tract (1752), 1:379-80 

Lawyer tract (1771), 8:163, 175, 1088-89; 12:1071 

McDonald lot in Kayaderosseras, 8:419-20, 427-28 

Northampton, 12:89, 146-47, 191-92, 221, 223 

Northern Tract in the rear of Kingsborough (Stuart's Purchase), 12:814- 
15, 817-19, 824, 836, 854, 874 
map, 5:394 

Ohio valley, 8:x, 93-94, 112, 113, 146, 173, 294, 426, 503, 565, 633, 650, 
724, 751, 808, 830, 871, 1009 ' 

Oneida lands (1766), 5:384; 12:204, 205, 220, 244-45, 263, 301, 657-58, 
659 

Onondaga (Canunda) Lake, 13:13-14 

patent fees (1769), 12:705, 712, 725, 740, 753; 13:491-92 

patent fees (1761), 13:205-206, 207 

patent fees (1770), 7:560; 12:785, 786, 794, 811, 815, 874-75; 13:493, 
530 

patent fees (1771), 12:S94, 901 

petition (April, 1772) for vacant lands near Van Corlear patent, 
12:956-57 

Pier land, 7:1068, 1079 

Sacondago, 8:66; 12:S9, 146-47, 156, 191-93, 221-24, 262, 297, 301, 343, 
381, 658 ' ' 

Sedaehqueda, 7:500« 

Schoharie mine, 12:96-97, 301 

Servis (Christopher) exchange proposal (1770), 7:676-77 

Servis patent (1768), 6:140-41, 151-52, 159, 202, 218, 267-68. 286, 
301, 315 . 

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Servis patent lease and sale (1772) to Adam Gordon, 13:522-28 

from Snell, 4:12-13, 49 

Springfield lots, 7:10-11 

Stone Arabia, 1:451-52 

on the Susquehanna, 1:392, 394, 395, 396-401, 411, 419; 3:286, 296; 
4:78; 5:631; 8:916 (See also Land, Johnson's purchases, Adigo, 
supra) 

Teuthendoeta, 3:401, 732, 749 

Tienaderha, 3:748; 7:710-11, 718, 770-71, 773-74, 788 

Van Eps tract, 6:145 

Vroman tract, 4:643; 6:689 

Wenrple acres with mill, 6: OSS 

white owners only, statement, 11:S95, 931 
Johnson's sales of: 

Cottrell (1763), 10:636 

Cuyler and, 7:754 

Fitch and, 7:593, 712 

Gardiner and, 7:610 

to Highland settlers, 8:816 

to Hill (John), 8:613-14, 652, 665 

Lawrence bond, 8:465-66 

MacDonell and, 8:915-17 

of Richmond township, 7:26-27, 101-102 

to Roberts and Preston, 7:389 

Schlosser plantation, 3:886, 899-900, 906-907, 951, 981-82; 10:580ra, 581 

Stockbridge, 8:34-35, 78 

to Swart and Becker, 8:422-23 

to Vrooman (Cornelius), 7:320 
Kayaderosseras tract (See Kayaderosseras patent) 
"King's tracts" surrounding forts, 4:355, 368, 383, 387, 414, 425-26, 439 

Bradstreet Treaty (1764) on, 4:506 
Klock-Oanajoharie dispute (See Klock, George, Canajoharie land purchases) 
land office suggested (1771), 8:345 
legal fees and Indian rights, 4:S35-36 
legislation on land frauds, 2:417 
livery and seizen in, 8:447 
lottery, 4:751 

Lydius trial (1762) for intrusion on royal, 10:467 
MacDonald patent, 4: 70S 
map without names, 8:118 
Mayfield company, 8 : 11 2 I 
military service grants, 4:335, 802; 5:19; 7:4; 9:518; 10:981-82; 11:20, 

73-74, 97, 104, 116-17, 120-22, 130-31, 346; 12:16, 17, 102-103, 538; 

13:377, 378 
Miller tract, 4:633, 642 
Miln tract, 3:401 ; 4:697, 886; 7-283 
Minisink parent, 11:913-14 

mission settlement grants, 5:512, 513-14, 530-31 
New York Act on Land Division, 5:678-79 
Niagara Congress (1764) and, 4 : ISC, 502 
for Niagara settlement. 3:387, 515, 928 
Northampton (See Northampton patent) 
papal dispensation of, 11:925 26 
for parsonages, 3:643; 4:2, 17, 47-48, 182; 5:389-90, 393; 6:12-13, 29, 67 

78-79, 292-93 

Lutheran, 6:174-75 
patents sold for quit-rent, 8: 129, 537, 5 13 I I, fiOl 

Pennsylvania purchases (See Pennsylvania, Proprietary land purchases) 
Pontiac gift to Carden, 5:339 
prices: 

(1751), 13:15 

(1760), 13:187 

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Index 

Land, 

(1761), 5:186; 10:234 

(1762), 10:397, 418 

(1763), 4:10, 92 

(1766), 5:48; 12:170, 192, 221-22, 262 

(1767), 5:770, 847; 12:260, 343, 346 

(1768), 6:331; 12:521, 522 

(1769), 6:777-78; 7:20, 168-69; 12:704, 705-706 

(1770), 7:475, 477, 527, 676-77, 1094 

(1771), 7:1112-13; 8:19, 183, 267, 337, 345; 12:894, 895, 906 

(1772), 8:416, 423, 466-67, 488-89, 494, 557 

(1773), 8:839, 916 

(1774), 8:1045-46, 1126 

Canajoharie payments by Klock, 12:540 

Fort Stanwix Treaty effect on, 12:712 

Kayaderosseras offers, 12:532, 536, 575-76, 577, 578 

Oriskany patent, 12:657-58, 659, 684-85, 697, 750-51, 753, 875, 907 

Schoharie patent, 12:658, 660 

Susquehanna Johnson lands, 12:728-29 
private grants opposed by George III (1769), 7:65-66, 82-83, 495, 496, 521, 

528 

(1772), 8:411, 983 
proclamation (1774) forbidding unauthorized survey or patent of Indian 

lands, 8:1074-77, 1136-37 
proclamation (1763) on legal procedure in, 10:983; 11:31, 131, 493, 888, 

926; 12:261 
public council requirement, 12:153-54 
recording and validity, 11 : 950 
reservation of Indian hunting grounds, 4:267 

Rhode Island repeal of prohibition on Indian sales of, 3:125-26; 4:153-54 
royal ownership principle and Indian lands, 3:425; 4:818-19, S64; 8:1074- 

77; 11:888, 925-26, 951 

French, 12:47, 67, 119 

(See also Land, "King's tracts," supra) 
Sacondaga (See Northampton patent) 
sale by execution, 8:435, 446 

Schenectady division (See Schenectady, land division) 
Schoharie patent (See Schoharie patent) 
for schools, 4:813; 5:389-90, 393, 403, 409-10, 436-37, 440, 455, 461, 465, 

467, 847; 6:450 
Seneca cession (1764), 4:383, 386-87, 414, 502, 516; 11:116, 154-55, 156, 

201, 215, 292, 297, 319, 321-22, 325, 378, 389 
Seneca cessions to Joncaire (1767), 12:387 
Seneca sales in Ohio (1766), 5:242 
Smith grants, 3:676-77 
southern cessions (1766), 12:56 

Stockbridge Indian claims (See Stockbridge Indians, land claims) 
Surveyor General's office, 11:584 
Susquehanna (See Susquehanna Purchase) 
taxation, 4:395, 448, 716; 7:671, 839; 11:691-92 
time limits and settlement improvement, 11:866-67 
Virginia officer grants, 8:1073 
Visschers tract, 3:645 

Walking Purchase, 3:779-80, 786-88, 794-818 

Walpole Grant (See Ohio, colonization proposal, Walpole grant) 
Warrensburg lease, 7:474 
for water mill on Canada Creek, 8:1062 
Wentworth grant, l:536n 
Wharton grant, 7:1124-25 (See also Ohio, colonization proposal, Walpole 

grant) 
for widows and orphans of clergymen, 5:431, 455 
Young and Smith certificate of sale, 4:791-92 
Landen, John, 1:12 

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Landers, W., 3:48 

Landri, Glode, 5:515 

Landries, , Peter Johnson and, 8:526-27 

Landrieux, N., 5:133 

Landshut, battle of, 3 : 284n 

Landwerhagen, 3 : 892 

Lamai, Theophile, see Lemai, Theophile 

Laman, Jury, 7:469 

Lane, (Sacondaga lands), 7:1094, 1112, 1126, 1136, 1144-45, 1154, 

8:19; 12:221-23 
Lane, John (Detroit boatman), 11:971-72 
Lane-Jones, , Tice case and, 8:1089 

Langhorne, Jeremiah, 3:779, 843 
Langlade, Charles, 3:415n; 10:095« 
Langsone, Gerret A., see Lansing, Gerret A. 
Languille River, 5:654, 828; 8:5S7 
Langy, de, 2:20, 22 

La Noye, , lieut., 13:115 

Lansen, John, 1:762 
Lansing, , 1:728 

Lansing, , baker, 8:521 

Lansing, , capt., 3:73, 88, 90, 92, 102; 7:1093 

Wetherhead orders sent by, 5:624; 6:619, 620; 7:558 
Lansing, (widow), 8:490 

Lansing, Abraham, 1:256; 2:263; 9:293-94 
Lansing, Abraham G., 6:217, 789; 7:439; 13:503 
Lansing, Abraham I., 7:644 
Lansing, Abraham J., 12: MM 

Lansing (Lansingh), , (silversmith in Albany), 7:365, 703-704 

Lansing, Alexander, 1:424 
Lansing (Lansingh), Elizabeth, 5:292 
Lansing (Langsone, Lansingh), Gerret A., capt., col.: 

Assembly elect ion ( 1 768 ) and, 6 : 1 •". 1 

biscuit, shipments (1755), 2:575, 57S 

boat account (1755), 1:840 

commissions, 1:424; 7:470; 8:1 M2 

company returns (1767), 5:556 

on execution of orders, 4:234 

on Schenectady fort, 4:236; 10:922-23 

Schenectady land division (1774), 8:1019 
Lansing, Gerret J., 13:502 
Lansing, Hendrick, 1:246 
Lansing, Isaac, 8:490 

Lansing (Lancing), .lacob (skipper), 8:574, 958 
Lansing, Jacob (trader), 5:830; 8 : < io.~, 
Lansing, Jacob, .1 i\, 8 : 1000 
Lansing, Johannis, lit ut., 1:246 

Lansing (Lansingh), Johannes Jacob, capt., 4:298; 7:455 
Lansing, John, 1 :123 ; 5:496 

Lansing (Lansingh), Peter, 4:6S, 1 IS; ,S : :;ss s<i. Il's 29 
Lansing, Philip, cop*.,4:123; 6:183; 7:411, 136, 143, 996, 1040 

guard reports (1755), 2:279; 9:302 

Lake George boal return, 2:241 ; 9:280 
Lansing, T., 4 :855 

Lansingh, , murder (1763) of, 10:714 

Lansingh, Johannis Janse, 1:383 
Lansingh, Robert, 10:886 
Lanyne, Arent, 3:152 
La Platon, 3:468 
Lapointe, , 10:640 

Lapointe, see Crown Point 
Lappawinzoe (Delaware), 3:S04, 816, 842 

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Index 

Lappius, Rev. John Casper: 

at Canajoharie meeting (1763), 4:50 

church petition, 3:365 

congratulations on victories, 3:130 

Klock and, 3:602, 606, 619m, 650, 651; 4:84, 280-81; 10:799-800 

Livingston patent tenants and, 1:341-43 

widow's remarriage, 5:545 
La Prairie, see Prairie de la Magdelaine 
Lardner, Lynf ord, 9 : 743 
Larga River, 7:945 
Larminac, Le Chevalier de, 13:114 
L'Arnauld, , maj., 13 : 623 

La Presentation, Fort, 10:126w 
LaReine, Fort, 13:448 

La Riviere de Boeuf, Fort, see Le Boeuf, Fort 
LaRonde, ,6:451; 10:640 

Larrand, Ebenezer, lieut., 13:51 
La Rumier, , 7:531 

Lassell, L. Jacque, 5:133 
Lassly, William, see Leslye, William 

Latort (Delaware chief), at Croghan Fort Pitt conference (May, 1765), 11:723 
La' touche, (French commander at Martinique, 1762), 3:626 

Lattouch, Isaac, 7:431 

Lattimer, (skipper), 6:227; 7:561 

Laucks, , 8:709 

Laucks, Adam, see Leuks, Adam 
Laudon, Gideon Ernst, Freiherr von, 3:144, 284m 
Lauraway, Abram, 7:462 
Lauraway, Isaac, 7:462 
Lauraway, John, 7:462 
Lauraway, John, Jr., 7:462 
Lauraway, Jonas, 7:462 
Lauraway, Peter, 7:462 
Lauraway, Simon, 7 : 462 
Laurel Hill, Pennsylvania, 2:891; 7:1152 
Laurent, , 11:861, 869 

Lauring, ,3:900 

Laury, , lieut., 1:153; 9:33 

Laus, , cpl., 11:251 

Laux (Lauks), William, sergeant, 4:221, 286, 313 
La verendrye, ,5:715n 

Lavoine, Charles, 5:639, 640 
Law, , in jail, 13 : 333 

Law, Henry, 7:579 
Law, Jonathan, l:91n 
Law, Thomas, 6:244 

Lawaghqua (Shawnee chief), 11:723, 727-28 
Lawissimo (Shawnee), 11:461, 723 
Lawrence, , of Dutchess County, 8:465-66 

Lawrence (Canajoharie chief), 11:817 
Lawrence (Mohawk) : 

at Fort Johnson meeting (1761), 10:240 

at meetings (1773) on Albany Mohawk claims, 8:955, 965 

on Mohawk fortification (1755), 1:453 

war party (1757), 9:780 
Lawrence (Aquilaighse — Mohawk), 10:180; 13:174 

Lawrence (Sanagaris — Mohawk), on Montreal expedition, 10:180; 13:174 
Lawrence (Schoharie chief), 12:96-97 

on Montreal expedition, 10:181; 13:177 

Lawrence, Gov. Charles, of Nova Scotia, 1:446-47, 676, 849; 2:111, 239 
French Neutrals and, 2:459w, 460 

Lawrence, James (wheelwright), 1:725 

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Lawrence, Jonathan, 1:188 j 7:578 

Lawrence, Thomas, 1 : 726 

Lawrence, Thomas, Jr., 5:392; 6:232n 

Lawrence & French, 5:549 

Lawrie, , 1:204, 303 

Law, see Legal procedure; see also specific Acts ana specific law-making bodies, 

e.g., Parliament 
Lawson, Isaac, 7:661; 12:819; 13:540 
Lawson, James, 10:530 
Lawyer, Hans, see Lawyer, Johannes 
Lawyer, Johannes: 

accounts (1757), 9:656 

Adems land indenture (1771) and, 8:267 

in Butler accounts (1766), 13:514 

Croghan visit (1757), 13:103 

father's will, 8:222 

German Schoharie settlements (1758), 10:59 

land patent, 5:721-22; 8:163, 175, 221-22, 291. 297-98, 1088-89; 12:638, 
658, 660, 684, 691, 696-97 
Johnson will mention of, 12:1071 
patent division, 6:116; 12:302, 304-305, 315 
purchase from Mohawks, 5:265-66, 540; 12:16£»-70, 297-98 

Oneida-Schoharie dispute (1758), 10:79-80 

Spelman (Peter) and, 9:779 

survey offer (1767), 5:488 

witness to Indian land deed (1754) to George II, 11:947 
Lawyer, Johannes, Jr., 6:241 

justice appointment lists, 3:609, 622, 750; 12:783, 793 

witness to Indian land purchase in name of George II, 11:947 
Lawyer, Johannes H., 6:241 
Lawyer, John, 8:1042-43 
Laycock, John, 12:166 
Leach, John, capt., 4:523 
Lead Stone, see Eed Stone 
Leake, John, 4:608, 635; 11:852; 12:205 
Leake (Lake), Robert, 4:435, 584, 828; 12:299, 496 

on Amherst, 10:827 

Aylmer and, 5:515 

books loaned, 3:17 

Byrne & Frazer and, 4:788, 793; 11:547, 761; 12:584-85 

commissary service, 2:521, 530, 531, 690; 3:169; 4:215, 321, 335, 359; 
5:450, 470, 474, 485, 490, 501, 549; 6:216, 275, 659; 8:662 

Delaware-Shawnce-Mingo peace treaty and, 11:761, 762 

on Deputies of Indian Affairs, 6:328-29 

on European alliances, 3:681 

Fort Ontario Congress (1766), 5:218; 12:135 

Fort Stanwix provisions (1767-68), 12:267, 279, 324, 377, 501, 672 

on Great Lakes commercial route, 5:492 

Land purchases of, 3:645, 663; 4:335, 360, 373; 5:400, 434, 490; 7:307, 
308, 389; 8:430-31, 681; 10:396-97; 12:324 

Marsh will and, 4:454, 809; 5:227; 11:249, 557, 715 

on military news (1764), 4:383 

Monier and, 6:671 

on New York Chronicle, 3:656 

Oswego cattle (1756), 13:87 

Ousterhout trespass suit bond (1770), 13:496-97 

postal affairs (1757), 9:684 

on stamps arrival, 4:855 

on taxes, 4:417 
Lealon, col., 1:12 

Learning, Rev. Jeremiah, 5:430; 7:309 
Lean, John, 8:985 

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Index 

Leard, (violoncellist), 13:632 

Leaver, John, see Seaver, John 
Lebanon, Connecticut, 4:648 

school (See Schools, Wheelock's (Moor's Charity School) in Lebanon) 
Lebanon Springs, New York, 12:515n, 545, 552, 645 
Le Boeuf, Fort: 

French destruction (1759), 13:128, 144 

garrison (1759), 3:112 

Indian Affairs expenses (1761), 3:300 

Indian attack (1763), 4:182; 10:727; 13:296 

Michilimackinac dependency, 13:448 

Presque Isle prisoner escape (1762) to, 13:295 

Washington at, 1: 83371, 919-20 
Le Bot, see La Bute, Pierre Chesne 
LeBrun, Charles, 1:264 
Le Charme, see Du Cliarrne 
Ledighquida, 7:1072 
Ledlie, Hugh, 1:400; 6:784 
Le Due, Pier, 4:767; 11:827 
Le Dui, , 5:134 

Lee, , lieut., 9:362 

Lee, Dr. Arthur, 7:1160; 12:950-55 
Lee, Charles, capt., lieut. col., maj. gen. : 

Amherst criticized, 4:320, 341 

biographical note, 13:330w 

on English political skill, 13:330 

Goddard and, 7:322n 

land interests, 4 : 609 

O'Brien land purchase inquiry (1764), 13:328-30 

Presque Isle visit (1759), 13:148 

promotion (1763), 4:133 
Lee, Sir George, 13:22 
Lee, Jonathan, S:i.r, 97 
Lee, Robert, 1:716 
Lee, Thomas, col., l:280?i 

death of, 1:318, 327 

Iroquois and, 1:912, 914 
Lee, William, capt., 5:542, 559; 7:58 
Leech, Thomas, 2:790 
Leeds, Yorkshire, 8:244 
Le Epeigniers, , 2:202 

Lees, John, 6:417, 418, 420, 421 
Lefers, Jacob, 10:248 
Lefferts, Abraham, 1:728 

Lefferts (Leffarts), Dirck, 6:274; 7:307, 308; 8:430-31, 494, 574, 681 
Lefferty, Bryan, 8:658, 742, 864; 12:1014, 10S7 

Tryon County surrogate clerkship and, 8:918, 969, 1001; 12:1076 
Le Force, see La Force 
Legal procedure : 

Ainse trial, 6:466-67, 512, 525-28, 547, 554, 673-76, 755; 12:612-16, 651 

Albany suit over town records, 13:284. 323, 327, 373w 

appeal methods and rights, 4:613, ' 615-16, 623, 642, 696-97; 5:7, 34; 
10:980; 11:469, 499-500, 523-24, 529, 620-21; 12:757 

bail bond, 8:199, 368, 387-88, 404-405, 435-36, 701-702. 10S9-90; 12:940-41 
for Dutch murderers (1761), 13:202 

beeswax suit costs, 1:26 

bond of George Swan, 1:20-21 

bond in Hartwick suit (1769), 12:702-703 

bond in trespass suit (1770), 13:496-97 

breach of contract, 7:1068, 1079 

Caghnawaga- Jesuit land dispute, 3:748; 4:136; 10:372-74, 376-79, 804-805, 



806, 844 



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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Canadian French, 4:223, 225; 13:629, 675, 679-80 

capital punishment and Indian attitudes, 8:1146 

Cartier land grant case, 5:45-46, 66, 90, 91, 183-87 

Clapham murder case, 10:520-21, 690 

Conollv case, 8:1064, 1153 

constable fees (1700), 13:199 

Corry suit (1742), 1:16-18, 25, 26-27; 9:2, 58; 13:6, 7 

counterfeiting cases, 8:626 

court circuits, 12:702, 984-85 

Court of Exchequer suit (1788), 13:732-33 

court martial and courts of inquiry, 2:161, 263; 5:815; 6:196; 7:322n; 

9:279 

Articles of War on, 1:783; 4:185, 231, 262 

for defiance of officers, 4:185 

for desertion, 1:139, 787; 2:305-306; 4:314, 439; 5:765; 13:51-53 

Detroit siege inquiries, 4:070-79; 10:730-32, 734-36 

for disorderly conduct, 2:248, 268, 276; 9:286-87, 288-89, 290, 295-97 

duelling, 3:309 

for firing without orders, 2:244, 282; 13:68 

for insolence, 9:253-54 

for mutiny, 1:787, 865-69; 2:180, 217, 218, 241; 5:272; 6:302; 9:280 

Peirce court of enquiry, 2:180, 217, 218; 9:257-59 

powers of general and regimental, 1:139, 783, 787; 2:1, 164; 3:54 

of Rogers, 5:634; 6:302, 318, 395, 409, 512 (See also Rogers, Robert) 

scout disobedience inquiries (1755), 9:270-72 

for sitting on post, 3:88-89 

for theft, 9:280-81 

for trade irregularities, 4:3, 42, 45; 5:817; 8:344 
court of oyer and terminer, 7:380 
in courts of chancery, 8:741, 1090; 10:717 
in courts of common law, 4:642, 682, S63-64; 6:302; 8:375-76; 10:717; 

11:889 
courts of inquiry (See Legal procedure, court martial and courts of inquiry, 

supra) 
damage suits (Silvester on), 8:746 

debt collection (Sec Money, debt collection for Johnson) 
dedimus potestatcm, 12:771-72, 781-82, 824 
election "scrutiny," 9:88, 89, 90, 92 
evidence ("white"), 11:201 
extradition and trial, 10:984 
fishing net suit, 8:612-13 
(Jcrnian Flats complaints of maladministration by justices of the peace, 

8:509-10 
gubernatorial powers, 10:980-81 (See also Land, grant limitations) 
hunting regulations, 11:563-64 
imprisonment for debt, 4:87, 320, 885; 5:27, 35, 174-75, 196, 823; 6:166; 

7:960; 8:361, 371; 11:381 

Atherton jail break, 8:134 

Cartwrigh't threatened with, 7:488-89 

Davis (Dudlcv) case, 8:368, 733, 734-36, 739, 745, 747-48 

Roberts jailed, 8:440, 649-50, 724, 830-31, 873-75, 1059-60 

Tico confinement (1772), 8:376-77, 378, 381, 387-88, 389-90, 391 392, 
398 102, 103-405, 435-36, 498 

Younge appeal, 8:253-54 
imprisonment <>n Action of Maintenance, 11:630-31, 734-36 
imprisonment for treason, 12:438 13, I I!' 50, 613, 661 
indenture affidavit, 11:11 

Indian boundary line violations ami, 12:587, 674-75, 709-10, 715 
Indian measures, 10:80; 12:952-53 
Indian recourse, 9:567, 582, 622, 760; 10:233, 292, 297 

Bradstreet Treaty on, 1 :506, 529; 11 :33 1 32, 395 

British status as subjects and, 11:950-51 

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Index 

Legal procedure, 

Canadian Indian fears (1774), 13:675, 679-80 

common law and, 11:889 

forcible settlement and the death penalty, 12:417-18, 421 

Johnson on white attitudes, 11:798-99; 12:233 

murder redress (1766) ; 12:130, 133-34, 237, 271, 295 

murder redress (1767), 12:307-308, 322, 323, 335-36, 415; 13:417-18, 
435-36, 442, 443 

murder redress in Ramsay trial, 8:512, 514-15, 562, 593-94, 600, 660; 
12:964, 967, 1005 

murder redress in Stump case, 6:91-92, 96-97; 12:420-21, 425, 429, 453, 
463-64, 468, 470 

.Mutiny Act and, 12:115, 134 

provincial boundaries and, 12:310-11, 494 

Reid exposition of murder laws, 11:792 

iSouthem disabilities (1766), 12:57, 99 

isachemhood in English law, 11:428, 429 

summary justice in, 4:615, 696, 863-64; 5:744, 762, 768; 6:32; 11:346, 
368, 651 
indictment (1763) of Frey, 10:607-608 

Johnson complaint (1772) against James Davis, 8:375-76, 683-84, 699 
Johnson's will and, 8:1189-91; 12:1062-76 
jury report on Indian murder (1747), 1:112 
Judge Advocate, 6:259, 282 

Ivlock case {See Klock, George, Canajoharie land purchases, trial for fraud) 
land allotment, 13:482-85 

land lease and sale on following day (1772), 13:522-24, 524-28 
land purchase Declaration of Trust, 12:703 
land purchase release forms, 12:719, 754, 812 
in land purchase, royal proclamation (1763) on, 10:983; 11:31, 131, 493, 

888, 926; 12:261 
land sale by execution, 8:446 
law practice licensing, 12:384-S5 
libel, 7:483ft, 578-79; 8:740, 745-46, 787; 12:282-83 
liquor trade violations (Albany, 1756), 2:496-98 
livery and seizen in land sales, 8:447 
manorial rights and, 12:699 
martial law at Fort Chartres (1768), 6:194-95 
military authority and, 12:226 
Minisink murder case, 5:53, 169-74, 418-22 
for murder by slave, 5:161, 272 

Newkirk murder case, 10:623-25, 626-36, 653, 679, 6S1 
Ninigrett litigation, 11:637-40 
nullification of Jesuit manorial rights, 10:376-79 
patent conveyance, 8:221-22 
Paxtoner trials, 11:718, 746, 777 
for political offenders, Virginia proposal on, 7:157ft 

power of attorney, 8:115-16, 265, 402-403, 477, 530-31, 559, 574, 831, 832-33 
public hanging, 8:1139 
riot fines (Schenectady), 13:201 
Roberts case: 

(1770), 7:486, 796, 803-806, 915, 1014 

(1772), 8:244, 439-40, 616-17, 634-35, 640-41, 660 

(1773), 8:693-96, 873-75 
sabbath observance, 13:213 
separation and divorce, 13:196 
Smith murders (1757), 9:796-97 
of "strangers" in Albany, 2:476 
swearing fines, 13:210 
tax collection (1754), 9:136-37 
tenant runaways, 11:611-12 
time limitation on suits, 11:428 
trader bond form (1767), 13:418-19 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

for trade violations (1767), 5:726-27; 12:246-47, 410-11, 412 

treason trial, 6:208, 302; 12:444-45, 489, 568, 588, 612-16, 651 

Warren estate claim (1754), 13:2S-39 

white dwellers among Indians, rights of, 13:629, 630, 631 

will of Witham Marsh, 11:248-49, 715 

witch trials, 1:45 

writ service, 8:81, 82-83 

See also names of individual protagonists in suits; and see specific Acts and 
specific law-making bodies, e.g., New York Colony Assembly 
Leger, Hans, 10:191 
Legge (Legg), Francis, capt., 5:516 

Legge, William, see Dartmouth, William Legge, second Earl of 
Legget, , 6:591 

Leghorn, Italy, 7:157 
LeG-rand, Gabriel Christopher, 13:320 
Le Grange, , capt., 8:1122 

Le Grange, John Jacob, 4:29S; 7:453 
Le Grange, Omia Jacob, 4:298; 7:453 
Le Grave, , Father, 3:414 

Lehigh Creek, 3:795, 797, 808, 809; 10:533ra 
Lehigh Mountains, Walking Purchase and, 3:795, 796, 797, 798, 801, 805, 806, 

808, 815, 816, 818 
Lehr, Frits, 1:363 

Le Hunte, George, capt., maj., 4:299, 549, 550; 10:425; 11:19 
Leighton, gen., 8:203 

Leip (Leib), Casper (Kasber), 1:279 

Lemai (Lemai, Leme), Theophile (Tofile), 4:708; 5:382, 516 
Le Mars (vessel), 1:719 
Lenapis, see Delaware Indians 
Lenin, Arent, 8:332 
Lening, Christopher, 3:357 
Le Noir, Nicholas, 4:678 
Lenox, George, Lord, 7:1156 
Lenox, John, 10:430 
Lent, , Unit., 3:54, 55 

Lentz, ,3:902,922,930 

Lentz, Frederick Sigismund, 4:383, 422 
Leonard, , 9:492 

Leonard, John, 2:ix 
Leonard. Timothy, 8:334 
Le Planche River, 9:504 
Leplus, Lake, 13:448 
Lernoult, R. B., 8:127; 13:693 

Huron Detroit conference (Aug., 1774), 13:666, 697, 698 
Le Roux, Bartholomew, col, 3:57, 58, 100, 101 
Leroy, (New York hatter) , 8 :32 

Lery, de, lieut., 2:692w; 9:420n, 675n; 10:224n 

Lesler, Martin, Jr., 8: .".34 
Leslie, George, lieut., 3:990n 
Leslye (Lassley, Leslie), William, lieut.: 

accounts, 3:911; 4:206, 578, 595, 741; 10:556 

Campbell and, 7:821 

Chippewa-Menominee quarrel (1762) and, 10:705 

in Michilimackinac attack (1763), 4:180, 182; 10:695, 696, 744, 777; 
13:295 

Michilimackinac garrison (1761), 13:252 

Montreal-Albany journey (1763), 4:192 

at Niagara-Detroit Congress ( 1761), 3:474 

on Robertson and Southern forts, 4:383 
Lesperance, , Pontiac and, 11:219 

Lesperancc, wife of, 4:672 

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Index 

Lessey, Matt., 5:134 

Lessey, Neall, 5:169 

Lestock, Richard, vice admiral, 1:67 

Lettres Edifiantes et Curieuses, 3:279?i 

Leuks, Adam, 2:599; 8:333, 655; 12:793 

Levercnore (Leveredge, Severedge, Livermore), Samuel, at Albany Council of 

Provincial Officers (1755), 2:249, 304; 9:312; 13:70 
L'evesque, F., 4:719 
Levi, the Sutler, 10:145 
Levine (Lavine), Dr. John, 6:448; 7:79; 12:482n 

coroner application, 7:196-97 

on epilepsy cure, 7:238 
Levinston, John, see Livingston, John 
Levis (Canadian engineer), 1:910 
Levis, Fort (Oraconenton, Isle Eoyale, Chimney Island) : 

Amherst capture, 3:273, 442, 445; 10:911; 11:353-54; 13:170, 190, 224, 237 

Joncaire at, 6:416, 419 

map, 3:267 

See also William Augustus, Fort 
Levis-Leran, Francois d', 10:168??; 13:140, 154 
Levy, Gorsen, 10:993 
Levy, Hayman, 3:168 
Levy, Levy Andrew, 5:358 
Levy, Trent & Co., 4:631-32 

Lewis, , in Adems accounts, 13:591, 611 

Lewis, , at New York "tea party," 8:976 

Lewis (Huron student), 8:726, 743; 12:*1012 
Lewis (Indian), 1:419, 427, 429, 440 
Lewis, , sea-captain, 13:212 

Lewis, oapt., 1:310-12; 3:388 

at Bouquet conferences (1764), 11:439 
Lewis, Andrew, col., gen. : 

Bouquet expedition and, 4:539 

Cherokees murdered (1765), 11:763 

Fort Stanwix boundary treatv (1768) and, 6:297-98, 316-17, 406, 436, 694 

on Virginian murders (1763), 10:908, 909 
Lewis, Peter, 9 : 648 
Lewis, Sander, 2:619 
Lewis, Thomas, 4:154; 5:154; 11:432 
Lews, Anstres, 4:155; 11:433 
Liberty (sloop), 7:71-72 
Liddeas, see Lydius 

Lidsey, , warrant as commissary, 1:212-13 

Liebenrood, John Georg, 1:371, 375, 376-77 

on ginseng, 4:375, 642 
Liegnitz, battle of, 3 :284m 
Lighthal, William, 7:667 
Ligonier, , pilot, 13:396 

Ligonier, John, first earl of, 5:363; 7:629??, 
Ligonier, Pennsylvania, 10:127?i, See also Ligonier, Fort 
Ligonier, Fort (Loyal Hannon, Pennsylvania) : 

Bouquet (1765) at, 4:640 

Delaware attack (1763), 10:728 

garrison (1766), 5:30 

Indian shot (1769) at, 7:182 

Stanwix at, 10:127 
Liman, , 2:475 

Limanet (Huron chief), 13:631 
Limes, Christopher, cap't.. 7:632 

Linall, , lieut. (Highland regiment), 13:125 

Lincoln, Francis Clinton, Earl of, 1:54??, 
Lincy, (Albany sheriff, 1739), 6:736 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Lindesay, John, lieut., death of, 1:361 

Lindesay (Lindsay), John, lieut., capt., 1:26, 256 

birthday (1749), 9:41 

on death of Sadeganaughte, 1:299-300 

on French relations with Indians, 1:296-98, 344w, 345; 9:41-43, 80-82 

grain seed gathering, 1:306 

Kalm and, 1:296 

land grant, 10:234 

Oswego garrison, 1:123, 124, 133n, 177, 183, 281, 309; 13:10-11 

Otterwana and, 9:S5-86 

purchase of Indian girl, 1:207, 260-61; 9:37 

Warren naval command news, 1:76 
Lindesay, Penelope (wife of Lieut. John), 1:361, 178 
Lindner, , 4:174 

Lindsay (Lyndsay), John, 6:242, 246 
Linegar, John, 5:541 
Linen, see Cloth, linen 
Lingerfield, Catherine, 11:489 
Lininger, Margaret, 11:489 
Lininger, Rachel, 11:489 
Link, John, 2:731 

Link, Mathias, 3:634; 6:771; 10:248; 12:787, 819, 1073 
Linscom (Liscom). John, 2:182; 9:260, 280 
Liotard, John, 4:794 

Lippitt, Joseph, 4:156, 161; 11:238, 434-35 
Liquor: 

Abercromby Indian troops and, 2:841, 871, 872; 10:9, 10-11, 16, 17-18 

in Arlems accounts, 13:534, 539, 540, 541, 544, 552, 554, 555, 560, 563, 564, 
571, 572, 573, 577, 578, 579, 585, 587, 589, 590, 591-93, 596-98, 606, 614 

Albany trade, 1:812-13; 2:388, 562, 646; 3:450, 943; 9:135, 531, 545-46 
rum-shop legislation (176")), 4:633 
trials for rum sale to Indians, 2:496-98 

ale, 5:565; 6:413, 511; 8:731 

Amherst's prohibition of, in Indian trade, 3:597-98, 601, 620, 621, 624, 
664-65, 679, 686, 700, 703, 712, 721, 722, 792, 793, 825, 857, 870, 942-43, 
962, 9(50, 976, 979; 4:134-35, 192-93; 10:354, 382-83, 490, 491, 496 

Aughquisasne freedom from trade, 12:841, 846 

Barclay petition for liquor regulation (1739), 1:6-7 

bateaumen entrusted with shipment of, 8:985 

beer, 2:572, 576, 583, 598, 602, 611, 635, 636; 4:570; 7:220, 275; 8:595, 
602, 609, 626, 631, 985, L139; 13:182, 194, 635 
spruce, 13:195, 196 
sugar wood, 13:20:2 

Bradstreet refusal to pay for shipmenl of, 8:9^7-88 

brandy, 4:281; 6:511; 7:645,684; 13:200 

in Butler accounts (1761-71), 13:507, 508, 511. 51 I. 515, 517 

Caghmuv;i^ and, 7:899-900; 11:874, 876 

Campbell trade, 5:549; 13:335-73p<mwn 

Canadian Indian admonitions againsl trade, 11:698; 13:164-65,428-29, 132 

Canadian licensing (1767), 13:419-20 

Canadian prohibition of sale to Indians, 4 :400 

Canajoharie fort dispute, 9:546 17 

Canajoharie trade. 1: 172; 9:389 

Canasadagah debauch, 4 :63 

Canasadagah petition againsl trade < 1 7 » ; 7 i , 5:628, 650-51, 709 

carpenters' provisions (176::), 13:283, 306, .".17 

Cherokee-Iroquois peace treaty prohibition of, 12:157 

Cherry Valley trade, 11 :45 16 

"Christian houses" and, 11:368 

cider, 5:748, 7s::, 798, 833; 7:276, 372, 559, 971, 997; 8:364, :>'.>:>, 602, 609, 
626,631,731; 9:121; 11:33,578; 13:182,571,635 

Clinton on Indian trad.'. 1 :102-103, 587 

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Index 

Liquor, 

dement forbidden to trade (1747), 1:102-103, 180 

confiscation of, 2:841; 3:100; 6:687 (See also Liquor, Michilimackinae 

smuggling, infra) 
Crown Point expedition (1755) order on, 1:857, 888 
Darlington trade, 5:211, 273 
death penalty proposal for Indian sale, 9:173 
Detroit trade, 4:248; 5:703 

traders' memorials on, 5:807-10, 811-12, 813-14, 826-30 
Disbursement to Indians: 

(1746), 1:72 

(1748), 9:15-30passim 

(1755-56), 2:566-646p«ss;'m; 9:446, 447, 448, 460, 646 

(1757), 9:588, 591, 605, 611, 619, 620, 621, 629, 630, 631, 638, 650, 655, 
657, 682, 694, 721, 765, 781, 806 

(1759), 3:23, 149, 156, 160, 167, 179; 13:126 

(1760), 3:217, 303; 10:178-79 

(1761), 10:326, 328, 333; 13:234, 238, 240, 253, 254, 256 

(1765), 11:582, 806, 807, 808, 822 

(1766), 5:246, 248, 251, 256, 294, 298-300, 313, 316-18, 339; 12:184, 200, 
208, 265; 13:401, 402,404 

(1767), 5:671, 672, 675; 12:288 

(1768), Fort Chartres, 6:366-94passim 

(1769), 7:8, 9, 15, 31, 32, 37, 39, 159, 973-Slpassim 

(1770), 7:365-66, 807, 809, 815, 833, 834, 838, 845, 865 

(1774), 8:1096 
Esopus Indians and, 9:464, 466, 470 
Fort Edward (1755) rum shortage, 9:307 
Fort Johnson entertainment of Indians, 5:568 
Fort Johnson requisition (1756), 9:554 
Fort Ontario trade, 5:719; 7:79-80 
Fort Pitt smuggling (1767), 12:396 

Fort Schuyler stores (1762), 10:480-83, 488-89, 502-503, 509-10 
Fort Stanwix Congress prohibition, 12:626 
Frank trade, 5:213 
fraud in trade, 12:287 
freezing, 13:198, 200, 209 
French Canadian trade (1750), 9:68 

French store for Indian requirements (1768), 12:508-509 
French troops and, 2:718 

frontier outrages and, 7:872, 994, 1016, 1054, 1077; 12:418, 1097 
Gage permission of sales to Indians, 4:418, 432-33; 11:190, 634, 717 
German Flats provisions for Indians (1766), 5:233 
German Flats trade, 2:664; 3:854, 857; 9:826; 10:478, 483, 489 
Herkimer trade practices (1756), 2:534, 539 
Illinois trade opening (1765) and, 11:730-31, 733, 738 
Iroquois prohibition requests, 9:115, 119, 199, 200; 10:683 
Iroquois smiths and, 9:65 

Johnson (John) account with Duncan and Phyn (1767), 5:592-93 
Johnson Hall inventory (1774), 13:651 
at Johnson Hall party", 13:375-76 

Johnson proclamation (1755) forbidding Indian trade, 1:580-81 
in Johnson list of trade necessities (1761), 3:335-36, 388 
Johnson trade (1738), 13:2 
Johnston (Capt. John) on evils of, 6:740 

Kayashuta admonition to Fort Pitt commandant (1774), 12:1094 
keg-staving by Indians, 12:822-83, 915 
land sales and, 1:397; 2:874; 3:312-13, 339, 603, 620, 716; 4:53, 54, 55, 

57, 112-13, 140, 146; 10:227-28, 338, 366, 572, 619-20, 621-22, 641-42, 

756-57; ll:469n, 555-56; 12:139, 169, 236; 13:275 
license application (1765), 11:669-71 
Masonic Lodge consumption (1772-74), 13:633-35 
Maxwell smuggling, 10:289 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

mead, 5:158 

Menominee request (1762), 10:702, 703 

metheglin, 5:158, 211, 559, 563, 572; 6:619; 7:561, 970, 1092; 8:543; 

13:651 
Miami (1767) protest against Detroit shipment of, 5:557-58 
Mieliilimackinac requirements, Rogers estimate (1767), 13:449 
Michilimaekinac smuggling (1767), 5:632-34, 638-40, 692, 711; 12:342, 354, 

355, 356-57, 492 

Henry, Farrell & Abbott suit on confiscation, 7:803-806; 8:133, 134, 244, 
439-40, 616-17, 634-35, 640-41, 660, 693-96 
military allowances to soldiers and Indians, 1:28, 96, 527, 782, 787, 876, 

886, 88S; 2:38, 40, 256, 261, 264, 265, 274, 395-96, 562; 3:52, 54, 63, 70, 

80, 95, 114 
Montreal expedition recruitment and, 13:168-69 ^ 

Montreal trade, 4:706; 6:82 

New York Act (1755) on Indian trade. 1:560, 587, 650, 812; 2:540 
New York trade regulation (1756?), 2:841; 10:73 
Niagara Congress (1764) and, 4:469, 470, 477-78, 479; 11:272, 274, 2S9, 

301, 302-303, 304, 309, 311 
Niagara stores (1762), 3:719, 720-21, 721-23 

Niagara trade, 3:439, 450, 507, 544; 7:717; 9:68, 119; 10:470, 907 
Ohio Indian prohibition request (1768), 12:635 
Oneida sachems' request for regulation of trade, 2:664, 673; 10:69, 73; 

12:722 
Onondaga "dream" of, 12:184 
Onondaga trade, 2:702, 703; 3:700, 792; 9:925 
Oswegatchie trade, 12:580-81; 13:383 
Oswego trade, 1:18-19, 50, 99, 124, 193, 290. 336; 2:519 
Oquaga petitions against trade, 1:3S8; 7:34S 
Pennsylvania trade, 3:303 
Phyn trade, 4:511, 515, 570; 6:413 
Pond murder and, 8:796 

Pottawatomie murders (1769) and, 6:725, 727, 728, 729 
prices : 

(1746), 1:58, 70 

(1748), 1:170, 181 

(1749), 1:229 

(1755), 1:831 

(1760), 13:182, 185, 187, 195, 198 

(1761), 13:202 

(1764), 4:559, 566; 11:991-92 

(1765), 4:893-96p<mim 

(1767), 12:265 

(1768), 6:299; 12:584 

(1769), 12:799 

(1770), 7:622, 623, 624, S22, 837, 838, 919, 967-68, 1014; 12:802, 869 

(1771), 8:48, 56; 12:900, 926 

(1772), 12:947, 1002 

(1773), 12:1021 
punch, 2:576; 13:182, 192, 195. 209, 211, 634 
regulation of trade: 

(1758), 9:905-906 

(1761), 3:507, 597-98 

(1762), 3:601. 620, 621, 624, 686, 700, 703, 720-22, 747, 756, 792 

(1765). 4:637; 11:535 

(176(1) , 5: r//, 55 

(1767), 5:811-15, 826-30 

(17158'). 6:157, 1.8(5. 205 

(1770), 7:994, 1054, L077, 1117-18, 1130 

(1771), 8:29-30, 260, 261, 262, 278, 285 86, 319-20, 344, 350; 12:882-83. 
890. 915, 917 

(1772), 8:363, 552, 562, 639 

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Index 

Liquor, 

Carleton orders (17G7), 12:347 
French, 13:236 

resettlement of evacuated outposts and, 12:116, 124 

Roberts suit against Henry, Farrell & Abbott, 7:486 

roots used in making, 11:398 

Schenectady trade, 1:369 

Schoharie protest (1755), 1:560 

Senecasand, 2:326, 388; 7:582-83; 10:490, 491 

Shawnee prohibition request (1771), 12:915, 917 

Shawnee warning to traders (1773), 12:1035, 1039, 1047 

Shoemaker orders, 7:103 

shrub, 13:251 

soldier purchase, 1:102-103, 668, 669, 787, 888; 2:7, 13, 519; 9:490 

storage regulations in forts, 11:535 

tavern keeping, 7:642-43; 13:195, 210 

tavern licensing, 4:286 

taxation, 1:298, 452; 5:818; 6:762-64; 9:69 

Tice orders, 7:699-701 

toddy, 7:365, 366; 13:635 

Toronto (1762), 10:470; 13:281 

trader bond clause (1767) on, 13:419 

Tuscarora migration and, 12:273, 274, 276 

Wabash Indians on, 7:132, 137 

Wade (Ferrall) board bill, 7:669 

Wade and Keiuser stock, 7:717, 727, 728, 729, 739-40, 917, 921, 941; 8:87, 
118, 119, 223, 241, 274-75, 280, 325, 379 

as wages, 1:133, 136, 137, 138; 9:413, 414 

Warren estate claim, 13:30 

West Indian rum, 2:783; 4:138, 884; 8:48, 87, 759-60, 761 

Jamaica rum shipments (1772-73), 8:594, 656, 665, 850, 884, 897 

Wetherhead trade, 5:542, 559, 563, 572, 624; 7:466, 498-99, 558, 559 

See also Wine 
Lisbon, Portugal, 3:635, 894 

Lispenard (Lispinard), Leonard, 7:400n; 8:595, 602, 690-91 
Litchfield, John, lieut., 7:464 
Litchfield, Connecticut, 12:100S, 1078n 
Litchma, Michael, 7:666 
Litchmore, , 13:533 

Litell, David, 5:833 
Little, , capt., 6:271 

Little Abraham, see Abraham Tayorheasere (Little Abraham, Mohawk sachem 

and chief) 
Little Beaver Creek: 

Cherokee murder (1774) of traders on, 12:1090-91, 1095 

schoolhouse massacre (1764) on, 4:524; 11:444-45 
Little Carpenter, see Attakullakulla (Cherokee chief) 
Little Falls, 3:549, 632, 643 
Littlehales, Baker John, 6:242, 243, 247 

Little Niagara, Fort, 3:115, 468, 620. See also Schlosser, Fort 
Little Peter (Indian chief, Peter Ogwitontongwas), 7:379 
Little Sodus, 7:725 

Littleton, Lord, 6:733, 779; 7:172, 752 
Lively (vessel), 8:1115 
Livermore, Samuel, see Levermore, Samuel 
Liverpool, England, l:745n; 6:247; 7:830, 1156 
Livingston, , Gale and, 6:304 

Livingston, Gilbert, col., 1:15, 16, 20, 26 
Livingston, Harry, 1:52 
Livingston, James, 1:419; 9:56 

Livingston (Levinston), John, 4:830; 5:134; 7:579; 9:56; 11:836, 908 
Livingston, Margaret, 12:531 
Livingston, Peter Robert, 7:1078; 8:97 

340 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Livingston, Peter Van Brugli: 

Bayard and, 2:714 

Crown Point (1755) provision transport and, 1:761 

Johnson (Guy) and, 8:1203 

Mortier and, 7:1100 

Oneida missionary and, 3:586 
Livingston, Philip (1686-1749): 

autograph, 1:1 

biographical sketch, 1:9» 

books borrowed from Johnson, 1:229 

Canajoharie castle lands and, 1:432; 3:667, 673, 916; 10:487, 927 

Collins "moonlight survey" and, 3:619, 649, 651, 667; 4:115-16; 10:993- 

94; 13:276-77 
Indian declaration upholding patent, 3:963 

Council seat to be filled, 1:269 

death (1749) of, 1:212, 273, 274 

on Johnson's wheat, 1:9-10 
Livingston, Mrs. Philip, Sr., 3:619 
Livingston, Philip, II (1716-1778): 

biographical sketch, l:19n 

Albany election of 1758 and, 3:15 

Albany Indian councils, 12:552 

appointed Albany alderman, 1:419 

Assembly candidacy (1768-69), 6:83, 571, 638, 686, 758 

Canajoharie Castle lands and, 3:341-42; 4:115, 165 
deed of release, 10:927-29; 12:540 

Block purchase of quit-claim, 3:364, 562, 584-85, 603, 619-20, 648; 4:29 
30, 38; 10:487, 621, 724 

colonial administration of trade and, 6:476 

on Commission of Indian Affairs, 1:19; 6:277 

committee of correspondence and, 7:400ra; 8:976 

Declaration of Independence signature, l:9n 

Klock charges against, 6:284 

on Louisbourg fleet arrival (1747), 1:104 

Oswego garrison and, 1:28, 29, 33 

potash trade and, 5:527 

wine cellar of, 3:56:: 
Livingston, Philip, Jr. (secretary to Gov. Moore), 6:610; 7:117, 266, 539 

militia appointments, 6:673, 714 
Livingston, Robert (3rd lord of the manor), 2:697-9S; 4:208-209 

Albany elections (1750) and, 9:56 

Davis (Dudley) and, 8:733, 735 

fur transactions (1760), 5:291, 292 

Stockbridge Indians and, 9:581, 582, 642, 645 
Livingston, Robert, Jr., 12:531 
Livingston, Robert R. : 

Assembly seat, 7:.",, 287. 1072-73, 1074, 1126, 1129; 8:691 

committee of correspondence and, 7:400n 

Tryon County circuit court and, 12:!is.", 
Livingston, William (Billy) : 

Canajoharie Indian patenl release and, 3:715, 934; 4:42, 46, 116; 10:927- 

Corry and, 3:668 

Council order for Canajoharie meeting (1763) and, 10:609-10 
election of 1768-69 and, 6:152, 576 
in Marsh lawsuit, 4:34 
Oneida missionary and, 3:586 
Livingston Manor, 1:172, 212tt; 2:69771 
Albany County Division and. 7:60-61 
Mcllworth painting at, 4:595, 622 
militia reorganization (1767) and, 12:319 
New York Assembly election i L761 i and, 3:325 

341 



Index 

Livingston Manor, 

New York Council powers and, 12:699 

New York elections (1769), 12:699 

Stockbridge Indians and, 2:712; 9:567, 581, 727, 766 

Vaughan survey and, 6:24 
Livingston, sloop of, 1:83 
Livonia, 3:284% 
Lloyd, Edward, 12:258 

Lloyd, Jno, return on state of Fort Johnson (1756), 13:82-85 
Loawaghua (Shawnee), 11:846 
Lockman, Leonard, 1:182 
Locust Neck, Maryland, 9:342 
Lofting, capt., 1:41 
Loftus, Arthur, maj. : 

Fraser expedition (1765) and, 11:647 

Mississippi expedition (1764), 4:336, 433-34, 445; 11:223 

Pontiac-Villiers interview (1764) and, 11:249-50 
Logan (Seneca chief), 13:666 

Logan, James, Walking Purchase and, 3:767, 779, 796, 806, 807, 815, 810 
Logan, William: 

at Easton Councils, 2:524, 653; 10:48 

at Harris-Ferry-Lancaster Council (1757), 9:737-39, 743 

at Lancaster Council (1762), 10:540 
Logstown, Virginia, 9:740; 12:123; 13:23-24 

Cherokee murder of traders (1774) and, 12:1090, 1095 

Delaware fort near (1757), 9:613 

French fortification, 1:919 

French Indian council (1749), 1:910 

Scioto Indian migration (1768) to, 12:633, 634-35 

Shawnee village at, 8 : 8 
Loisler, Philip, 13:639 
London, Bishop of, 6:415 

American episcopate and, 5:842n; 6:77, 746 

marriage performance authority from, 12:1078ra 
London, England, 1:31, 48-49, 305, 334n 

College of Arms, 3:vii, ix, xi 

Craven Street, 12:1011 

Croghan in, 4:339-42, 362-63, 396-99, 419-22, 462-65, 501-502 

Darcy voyage, to, 3 :889, 898 

Dyer in, 4:217 

exhibition of Mohawks in, 4:615, 687, 753, 760, 772-73; 8:935, 1008-1009; 
11:754 

fur trade (1738), 13:1 

Johnson (Guy) death in, A:xi 

King's Bench prison, 7:539 

Lord Mayor's entertainment (1770), 7:540 

Lower Grosvenor Street, 13:329 

mayors of, 7:286, 840, 869-70; 8:104 

Roubaud in, 3:280?i 

Society of the College of Physicians, 12:447 

Westminster Abbey, 8 : 544 

Warren tomb, photograph, 9:102 

Wilkes supporters in, 7:156; 8:173, 203, 244 
London (ship), 7:708, 769 
London Company, 7:426n 
London Gazette, 2:315n; 3:516, 893 
London Magazine, 2:25n; 4:359 
Loney (Looney), John, 6:697, 764; 7:345, 1055-58 
Long, , Johnson debtor (1762), 10:408-409 

Long, capt., 1:194 
Long, Edward (deserter), 10:522 
Long, John, 7:1128; 8:585 
Long Cane River, 11:15 

342 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Long Coat (Attiatawitsera — Delaware chief) : 

bounty on, 4:337 

Delaware Peace Treaty (1765) and, 4:G49, 050, 733, 736; 11:570, 592, 
593, 597, 598; 13:334 

arrival at treaty, 11:704, 705, 706-707, 708, 713 
Killbuck summons, 11:657-58, 660, 661 

Johnston (Capt. John) and, 11:525 

message (1765), 4:633 

Seneca shelter (1764) of, 11:318, 325, 358, 378-79, 384, 479, 494, 520, 
553-54 
Long Island, New York, l:220ra, 564 

corn growing methods, 13:202 

Crown Point expedition gifts, 2:105-106, 145, 159, 161, 167, 235, 246-48 

French Neutrals and, 2:460 

Johnson visit (1768), 12:475 

Johnson visit (1773), 8:853, 854-55, 856, 857, 878-79, 885-86, 1158 

land sales, 4:70 

militia reorganization (1767), 12:318 

regimental cantonments (1763), 4:10 
Long Jacob (Oneida), 9:614 
Long Point, see Grand Point 
Long Thomas (River Indian), 10:726 
Longueuil, de, 2:20, 22 

Longueuil, Charles Le Moyne, Baron de: 

Dieskau and, 2:399 

Montreal settlement, Longueuil village, 2:855-58passim; 9:787 

prisoner exchange (1750), 1:267 

sons of, 1:303; 2:201, 400 
Longueuil, Charles Jacques Le Moyne, third Baron de, 2:201, 399, 400 
Longueuil, Paul Joseph le Moyne, Chevalier de : 

Fort William Henry attack (1757), 2:694n; 9:692a, 

Iroquois plot (1762) against English, 10:386, 393, 399 

Miami trading house attack plans (1750), 1:916 

Mohawk River attack threats (1758), 10:3 
Longueuil ferry, 5:96 

Loonenburgh, New York, 6:533; 7:579-80 

Loonev, , in Adems accounts, 13:567, 570, 589, 591, 595, 599 

Looney, John, 12:960, 988 
Lorain, (trailer), 5:523 

Lord, Hugh, capt., 8:844-45, 886, 931, 898 
Lord, Philip, 1:857; 2:155 
Lord Hyde (vessel), 7:839 
Lord Plurikett (vessel), 1:15 
Lords of Trade (Board of Trade), l:326n, 331, 760; 2:395, 417 

American authority, 3:635-36 

Canadian petition "(1764), 4:381 

Canadian petition (1766), 5:458 

Canajoharie lands: 

Canajoharie gift (Royal Grant) and, 4:78, 91, 340, 567, 643-44, 751; 
5:27, 233, 238, 267, 313-14, 417-18, 469, 490. I!>4, 551, 564, 572, 732; 
11:346, 368, 521, 703, 759, 787; 12:341, 392, 405, 428 
Kloek dispute and, 3:338; 4:184; 5:469; 10:226, 229, 80S, 899 

Church of England bishops and, 5: 133 34; 6: L65 

on colonial administration of trade, 6:282 83, 435; 12:564, 674, 686-87, 699 

commissary appointments and, 11:879; 12:23, 84, 131 

copper mines of Lake Superior and, 6:90, 213-15, .".17, 554; 12:662-63 

on correspondence between Indian superintendents, 4:181 267 

on correspondence with England, 4:831-32; 10:952 

Crown officers in America, 4:850; 8:951-52 

Delaware land claims and, 9:M'7 

Easton Council (1762) reports, 3:837-52, 865, 890, 909, 914; 4:18-20, 
78, 88-89, 398; 10:552, 559, 566-67; 13:279 

343 



Index 

Lords of Trade, 

Pennsylvania Proprietors and, 2:057, G85, 738, 741, 743, 752-55; 3:26, 
48, 196, 294 
Detroit siege and, 4:164, 299 

Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1756) report, 9:398 
Fort Ontario Congress (1766) report, 12:159 
frontier murders and, 4:771; 5:286, 362; 11:785, 799, S44-45 
Green Bay monopoly (1766), 12:20, 219, 226 
Hillsborough retirement from, 5:493 

Illinois colonization and, 5:27, 313, 12:107-108, 136, 141, 165, 178 
Illinois Indian Affairs jurisdiction, 11:626 
Indian Affairs policy: 

(1754), 9:123-24 

(1763), 4:208, 209, 214, 232, 239-40, 249, 253, 258-59, 272, 274 

(1764), 4:339, 340, 362-63, 364, 396-98, 419, 462-65; 11:23, 127 
Indian Affairs reorganization plan (1764), 4:398, 420-21, 454-55, 465, 465 

67, 556-63, 570, 576; 11:367-68, 383, 481, 495, 520-21; 13:325 

(1765), 4:638, 666, 667, 699, 724-25, 740, 743, 784-85, 798-99, 814-15, 
825-27, 831, 841, 872; 11:626-27, 756, 774, 775, 778, 803, 814, 890, 
910, 980 

(1766), 5:16, 22, 286, 303, 416-17; 12:18, 87, 90-91, 105, 112, 180, 
186-90, 206 

(1767), 5:469, 541 
Indian Affairs Secretaryship and, 5:477; 9:252 
Indian Affairs Superintendency and, 2:433, 435, 472, 478, 492, 506, 509, 

520, 536, 557, 651, 715, 772; 3:42, 130, 259, 271, 290, 294; 4:745-46; 

9:252, 828-29, 869 
Indian boundary line and, 5:199, 286, 330, 362; 6:22-23, 32, 61-62, 143-44, 

146, 200-201, 513, 668, 694; 11:481, 572, 777; 12:31, 88, 182, 256, 341, 

392, 402, 459, 522, 564-65, 587 

Croghan negotiations, 4:363, 463; 5:700-701 

Crown purchase issue, 6:147-48, 184-85; 12:520-21 

Owegy issue, 6:205, 211, 279-80, 313; 12:476, 493, 510, 520, 553 
Indian provisions (1758), 10:15 
Kayaderosseras and, 4:465, 576, 683n, 711-12; 11:380, 382, 387, 468-69, 

555, 605-607, 625-26, 651, 713; 12:248-49 
Lake George victory (1755), 2:39n, 90, 155 
land grant prohibition (1761), 10:340ft 
McGinnis's victory (1755) and, 2:63n 
Minisink patent and, 11:914 
mission support, 5:847 
Mohawk River survey (1760) and, 3:293 

on Mohawks exhibited in London, 4:687, 772-73; 8:935; 11:754, 772, 774 
Mohegan land claims and, 2:837; 4:743 

New York Council recommendation of Johnson (1750), 1:273 
New York Proclamation (Colden, 1764) of trade reopening, 11:523 
Niagara Carrying Place settlement and, 3:928 
Niagara Congress (1764), 4:516; 11:335 
Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:865; 8:1144 
Ohio colonization proposal (1770), 12:816 
Oswegatchie French intrigue (1756) and, 9:516 
Philadelphia Traders' Memorial on losses sustained in the Indian Wars, 

4:264-66, 267-71, 545 
Proclamation of George III (1763) on colonial governments, 10:973, 977 
provincial debts to Johnson, 2:418; 5:267, 490 
Schenectady church charter and, 5:508 
Shirley- Johnson disputes (1755), 2:1-3, 10; 3:994-95 
Stamp Act appeal, 4:716, 877 
Stockbridge Indian embassy, 5:394-95 
Stuart and, 4:214, 785 

on Susquehanna settlement, 4:19-20; 7:218; 10:656, 671 
threat of general Indian War (1762) and, 3:865-69 
threat of general Indian war (1767) and, 5:739 

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Sir William Johnson Papt rs 

on traders' passes (1766), 5:386, 391 

Treasury retrenchment (1765), 4:667-68, 696, 699-700, 702-704, 707, 737-38, 
780; 5:vii, 386-87; 11:844, 910 

Wappinger land claims and, 12:122, 268 

Wheelock college foundation, 12:109 
Lorette (Loretto), Quebec, 4:495; 6:548; 8:726, 743vi; 13:624 
Lorette Indians, see Hurons 
Lorimier, Chevalier de: 

Iroquois revolt rumors (1762) and, 10:422, 423, 424 

Seneca robbery of, 8:923-24; 12:1036 

son's application as interpreter, 5:305-306 
Loring, Joshua, capt., commodore'. 

Gage (John Lewis) employment and, 4:238; 10:900. 919-20. 938 

Gordon Canadian visit (1705), 13:374 

salary (1770), 7:539 
Lorrain, , 10:691 

Lorraine, France, 9:789 

Lot (Onoghsaweghte — Tusearora), 10:182; 13:176 
Lot (Tyorhadaghrio — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:175 
Lott, Abraham, 3:749; 7:231, 232 

Kelly partnership, 7:735-36, 851-52, 925-26, 988-89, 992 

Prevost and, 8:207 
Lott, Andreas, 7:231 
Lottridge, , 8:351 

Lottridge, John, lieut., capt.: 9:355 

on abuse of Caghnawagas, 3:380, 969-70 

accounts, 3:149, 165; 4:381, 418, 516; 5:345; 10:282; 11:600 

appointment of, 3:650, 730-31, 742, 745, 830, 895, 970-71; 4:17, 63. 191 

Campbell account (1758-65), 13:345, 346, 350 

captaincy, 10:18-19, 28, 49 

disappearance of, 4:234, 255, 260, 263, 314, 342, 415, 572; 5:344; 10:924, 
926n; 11:53, 234 

drafts (1763), 4:68, 195 

express rider at tacked l>\ Mnhicnns, 9:833 

Fort Frontenac capture (1758) and, 10:18 

Fort William Henry attack and, 9:819 

on French boatbuilding, 10:146 

French Indian trade at Oswego (1760) and, 3:239-40, 251, 253-54, 255, 
257; 10:143-44, 140, 152, 153, 170 

at Gage conference with Ottawas (1763), 10:779 

mi ( rage and priests, 3:686 

Haldimand Oswego command, 3:225, 236« 

at Iroquois Oswego conference ( Aug., 1759), 13:131, 135, 136, 143, 144 

leave refusal (1760), 3:187 

Montreal journey | 1701 ), 3:377, 037: 10:261 

Oswegatchie scalping party (1759), 13:147, 153 

Oswego post (1759), 13:160 

Oswego scoul trips, 2:882-83: 10:28, 30-31. 49. 51-52 167 170 

Red Mead and, 10:43 

on rum trade, 3:90)0 

salary (1763), 10:637 

Schoharie recruitment (1758), 9:936 

on the Sioux, 4:199 

Sodua Bay and, 13:135 

Ticonderoga scout trip (1750), 10:99, 100-102, 105-107 

trading venture, 10:71 I, 712 

Western uprisings (1763) and, 10:757 
Lottridge, Robert, 2:591, 631; 3:395^96; 8:334; 12:7^7, 818 

in Adems accounts (1771 73), 13:583, 584 

on French siege of Quebec, 3:21:'., 244— * 

on French threat to Oswego (1760), 3:220-21 223-24 O0 7 

Gage and, 3:292, 322 

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Index 

Lottridge (Lotteridge) , Thomas, 4:510, 516, 572; 5:345 
Detroit Congress (1761) journey, 13:245, 248 
English victory news (1761), 13:245 
Lottridge, William, 12:787, 818 
Lotteries, 1:377; 4:258, 751 
Loucket, Abraham, 2:241; 9:279w 

Loudoun, John Campbell, 4th Earl of, Lord, gen., 2:690, 714, 761; 9:783 
appointment (1756) as commander in chief, 2:430, 433, 441, 471 
arrival in America, 2:473, 482. 483-84, 487, 493, 505, 509, 510, 514-16; 

9:472, 483, 488 
autograph, 2:xiv 
Belcher and, 2:516, 519 
billeting of troops, 2:666-67, 761 
Bradstreet and, 7:527 
Catherwood and, 2:711-12 

Cherokee-Louisiana peace treaty negotiations, 9:793 
commissions of, 2:50, 456, 458, 484, 659; 9:399 
Croghan and, 9:537-38, 542, 553 

Delaware-Shawnee Fort Johnson Treaty (1756), publication, 9:479 
Denny's governorship and, 9:522-24 
English order for Indian provisions (1756), 2:832, 898-900; 9:490, 640-41, 

889; 10:10, 102 
Forbes as adjutant general to, 10: In 
franking privileges, 13:211 
French attack threats (1756) and, 2:558; 9:501, 503-504, 516-17, 520-21, 

535 

on Lake George, 9:528-30, 532, 536, 541-43, 544, 549-50, 553 
French attack threats (1757), 9:642, 677-80, 683-84, 685 
French trade and, 9:698-99, 868-69 
garden plant imports (England, 1757), 13:97 

German Flats Canadian correspondence (1757) and, 9:679, 684; 13:95 
German Flats raid (1757), 2:764; 9:854-58 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois meeting (1757) and, 9:607-608, 610, 625 
Indian Affairs policy and: 

Johnson's summary (1757), 2:739; 9:824-30 

Johnson's Superintendence, 2:719-20, 765; 9:564 

present disbursement and, 2:558, 720, 723; 9:524, 527, 529, 538, 542, 
868-69; 13:96 

requisitions via Webb, 9:722-23, 889 
Indian forts and, 9:498, 507, 509-10, 517, 527, 535, 536, 544-45 
Indian recruitment, 2:724-25; 9:494, 542, 813, 824-25 
on Iroquois loyalty (1757), 2:721-23, 749-50, 764-67 
Iroquois meeting (1756) in Albany, 9:531-32 
jailed Stockbridge Indian and, 9:642, 685; 13:95 
Jere murder and, 2:533-34; 9:495-97, 499-500, 502; 13:89, 91 
land forces of, 2:682-83 
liquor trade and, 2:562; 9:531, 553 

Louisbourg expedition (1757), 2:714, 719, 724, 733; 9:790 
Mahican treaty publication, 2:724; 9:700-701 
military salaries and, 9:551, 555, 640-41 

payment of Indian soldiers, 2:528, 652; 9:490-91, 492-93, 590, 633 
Onondaga Council (1758) and, 2:772, 831 
Oquagas and, 9:704, 707 
Oswego fall and, 2:548-51, 554-55, 557-59, 560-61, 563-64, 884; 9:506, 508, 

509, 511-12, 514, 515, 516-17, 519 
Pennsylvania Indian meetings and, 2:557-58, 756, 770, 812; 10:301 
portrait, 2:514 

rangers for Mohawk Country and, 2:744, 769; 13:101, 102, 104 
recall of, 2:800; 13:97, 99, 101 
trade plan and, 2:831; 3:331, 344; 10:245 
Virginia governorship, 2:450, 484 
warrants to Johnson, 2:657, 674-75; 9:642, 658, 678-79, 722 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Wraxall and, 2:514-16, 519-21, 536, 762, 767; 9:487-88, 521, 530, 531, 552, 
677-78, 853; 13:178 
Loudoun, Fort: 

Bouquet expedition, 4:510 

Council on Teedyuscung peace proposal (1758), 2:803, 806-808, 828 

Indian raids (1764), 11:224, 241 

Indians murdered (1765) near, 4:755; 11:763 

Paxtoner attack near, 4:705, 717, 721, 738, 787, 799; 11:634, 635, 644, 645, 
665, 718 

troop movements (1764), 4:630 
Louis XIV, king of France, Caghnawaga land grant, 10:374-76; 12:32, 38, 48 
Louis XV, king of France, alleged message to the Iroquois, 8:932-33, 1142-46 
Louis XVI, king of France, Vaudreuil grant and, 12:45-47 
Louis, Josh, 13:430 
Louis, Fort, 13:622 
Louisbourg, 1:239 

English fleet (1746-47) at, 1:55, 59, 64, 67, 104 

English troops (1746), 1:52, 56, 57 

English troops (1760), 3:229 

expedition (1758), 2:800-801, 857, 887; 3:13; 9:263?i 

French fleet at, 1:719, 748, 849; 2:35, 37, 206 

French troops at, 1:446; 2:61, 112, 717 

Johnson (Warren) in, 1:74, 116 

Loudoun expedition (1757), 2:683, 714, 718, 719, 724, 733; 9:790 

prisoners (1748) sent to, 1:169 

siege (1745) of, 1:39, 119n, 548w, 779n; 2:156; 9:216n 
land grants for service in, 10:981, 982n 
Louisiana, 2:743; 3:121, 229 

Acadians in, 4:762, 765 

agriculture, 5:321 

army (1764) defeated by Indians in, 4:427, 433 

campaign (1762), 3:668, 669, 682 

Cherokee peace treaty (1756), 2:725; 9:569-73, 793 
Preliminary Articles 9:574-81, 596-98 

French troop numbers (1761), 13:203 

Illinois importance to, 4:886, 887 

land quality, 13:203 

Mississippi trade, 6:394 

Niagara surrender (1759) and, 13:117 

Spanish occupation of, 4:284, 303-304, 336, 638-39, 674, 762, 765; 7:212, 
221??,, 256-57, 263; 11:36, 517, 523, 545, 628; 12:56 

Treaty of Paris (1763) and, 4:81, 266-67; 10:950 

Western Indiana and, 4:295; 6:601-602; 8:779 

See also New Orleans 
Louisville, Kentucky, 8:8S9?i 
Loups d'Orange, see Stockbridge Indians 
Louwer, Konrat, 7:.'!52 
Love, Robert, 5:101 
Lovjoy, Andrew, 2:89 

Low, , at New York "tea party," 8:976 

Low, Abraham, 3:567 
Low, Cornelius, Jr., col., 5:418, 420 
Low, Isaac, 4:164, 825; 6:650; 12:581, 006-907 

Jessup land granl and, 8:367, 382, 393-94, 307, 451, 474 

Johnson Hall visit (1773), 8:877 

Kayaderosseras settlement (1768) and, 6:355; 12:571', 577-78, 756 

land purchases, 7:306, 307, 308; 8:198, -130-31, 681 

McDonald lot and, 8:419-20, 427 L's 

New York agency application (1767), 5:823; 6:34. 35 

Revolutionary activities and, 7:172, 150, 494; 12:849 

in Wallace account (1772), 8:471, 574 
Low, Nicholas, 7:779 

347 



Index 

Lowell, ,2:386,405 

Lower Smithfield, 2:359 

Lowrance (Mohawk), 2:573; 9:534 

Lowrance ("native New York Indian") land deed (1754) to George II, 

11:945-48 
Lowrey, Alexander, 4:631-32; 5:358, 385; 11:565; 12:202 
Lowrey, Jane, 11:490 
Lowrey, Susana, 11:490 
Lowth (Louth), Eobert, bishop of Oxford, 8:x, 98, 228, 248, 300 

Inglis Memorial and, 8 : 622 
Lowther, James, 7:1156 

Loyalhannon, Pennsylvania, 3:4ft. See also Fort Ligonier 
Loyal Hannon Creek, 10:127ft, 728m 
Luc, , Father, S. J., 3:415 

Lucas, Sebastian, 12:981 
Lucky, William, 12:960 
Lucy Gaily (vessel), 1:225 
Luis Constance River, 13:461 
Lundy, Isle of, 13:213, 214 
Lunenburg (Luneburg), Nova Scotia, 8:1215 
Ludlow, Gabriel, 7:271 
Ludlow, George, 2:408 
Ludlow, George D., 7:271ft 
Luis, Edward, 9:275 

Luke, John, Capt., 4:516, 567-68; 11:375 
Luke, John, lieut., 10:765 
Lukens, John, 11:969 
Lukos (Flower), 5:666 
Lupton, William, 6:162-63, 481 
Luquet (Delaware), 11:459 

Lusignan, Paul Louis Dazemard, Sieur de, l:695n; 2:718; 9:790 
Lutherans, 6:518ft 

certification of, 6:651, 703-704 

Church of England and, 7:601; 8:44, 59, 144 

Fort Johnson church meetings (1761), 13:210 

Johnstown settlement, 5:413 

Stone Arabia church lands, 6:174-75 
Luttrell, Henry Lawes, col., 7:68ft 
Lutts, David, 10:329 
Luvkas (Moliawk sachem), 9:61 
Luyks, John, 7:469, 673 
Lydius, Genevieve, 1:285-86, 325, 898 
Lydius, Rev. John, 1:130, 645ft 
Lydius, John Henry, maj., col.: 

autograph, 2:xv 

biographical sketch. 1:645ft 

Boston expedition (1746), 1:52, 57, 73, 75-76, 79, 83, 90-92, 91 /t 

Canadian boundaries and, 1:262 63, 267-69 

colonelcy commission, 1:187 

copper discovery and, 1:208 

Couagne and, 9:79 

election (1750) and, 1:293 

examination of Canadian informer, 1 :662 

Eyre and, 1:623, 656; 13:43 

French boy adopted (1749) by, 1:253 

on French Indians, 1:65-66, 100 

German Flats camp and, 1:484, 730-31, 861, 883 

guns sent (1747) by, 1:85-86 

house at Fort Edward, sketch, 2:30 

Indian Affairs and, 1:84, 110, 114, 131-33, 168. 314, 826; 2:2; 9:44 

Indian Service goods (1747^ S0T1 t by Stoddard, 1 :899 

naval victory reports (1747), 1:104 

348 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

New York investigation of land deals, 3:592, 749; 4:114, 125, 317, 346; 

10:467 
Niagara expedition (1755) diversion of Johnson's troops, 1:601, 602, 611, 
614, 644, 722, 733-34, 737-39, 741, 777-78, 784-85, 794-95, 804, 807-809, 
841, 842; 2:374-75, 376; 9:199, 215 
Niagara expedition (1755) troop transport, 1:598 
prisoner exchange and, 1:167-70, 193, 196, 214, 2S5?i, 645n, 898; 2:211; 

9:49 
Schuyler patent and, 1:367-68 
son of, 9:489, 490 

Stockbridge Indian land claims, 12:272 

Susquehanna purchase (1754), 1:440-41, 455, 485; 3:705, 714, 715, 739, 
741, 743; 7:46; 9:142, 144, 148, 152, 153, 157, 160, 162, 165, 199-200, 
202; 10:215, 664-65, 666 

English trip to justify title, 4:317, 322-23, 397-9S; 11:126 
warrant issued by, 3:385 

Westenhook recruitment for Johnson (1747), 1:105 
Lydius (Canaghguasse), son of John Henry, 9:489, 490 
Lydius (Lyddius), Martin (Martinius), 1:405, 777 
Lydius, Fort, see Edward, Fort 
Lyle, Abraham : 

accounts, 4:104, 111, 326, 363, 850, 855, 860; 11:69 
Adems estate and, 5:87 

Fort Ontario Congress provisions (1766), 12:113 
fruit orders, 5:344 
Lyle & Kennedy, see Kennedy & Lyle 
Lyly, Jane, 7:556 
Lyman, Elihu, 1:710 
Lyman, Joseph, 9:281 
Lyman, Phineas, maj. gen.: 
autograph, 1:1% 
biographical sketch, 1:670 
colonization plans and, 6:271 

Crown Point expedition (1755 - ) and, 1:680, 697, 740, 742, 782-83, 793, 796, 
797, 879, 882, 887-88; 2:38, 100, 101, 108, 129, 137, 205, 558; 9:1S4, 
208, 209n; 13:63 

appointed second officer, 1:565, 577, 670 

Councils of War, 2:15, 16, 24, 39, 47, 55, 70, 79, 107. 116, 134, 157, 159, 
161, 166, 174, 175, 198, 207, 208, 212, 250, 312, 317, 319, 335; 9:315, 
319, 320 
French deserter and, 2:162, 170, 187; 9:255 
medical discharge for Tracy, 9:277 
at meeting with llendrick, 2:380; 9:222 

regiment of, 1:723. 730-32, 817, 857; 2:8, 89. 135, 211, 217, 274 
roadbuilding, 1:782, 860-61, 889-90; 9:208, 209-10 
troop dismissal and, 2:254, 2S4, 307 
Narragansetts and, 6:81 
newspapers and, 6:83 
in Susquehanna company, 1:493 
Wheelock school and, 10:271, 273, 280 
Lyman, Fort, 1:607/?; 2:64. See also Edward, Fort 
Lyme, Connecticut, 4:456, 457; 11:255, 2."><; 
Lyndon, John, 4 :156, 161, 163, 662, 663; 11:238, 434, 435 
Lyne, John, 1:44-45 
Lyne, John, capt., 3:285, 286, 288 

Trvon Countv judgeship, 8:432 
Lyne, Matthew, 4 :596, 885; 5:1 
Murray and, 6: 61 6, 636 

on Schenectady church building costs, 5:504 ."05 
Schenectadv land division and, 7: I 106 
Lvnet, , 5:456 

Lynotf, Thomas, 7:646, 686; 13:497 

349 



Index 

Lys (vessel), 1:686, 692, 719; 2:35, 61, 88 
Ly ttleton, Gov. William Henry : 

Cherokee treaty (1760), 10:138-39 
Louisiana governor's letter intercepted by, 9:596, 793 
Lyttleton, Fort, 11:645 
McAdam, , fur trader, 13 : 231 

McAdam, William: 

Gorham and, 5:851-52; 6:322, 326; 7:816; 8:39, 122, 697, 800, 884, 897, 

12:908-909 
MeGillivray introduction, 8:884-85, 897 
in Mortier account, 8:505, 506 
Wallace account, 8:605 
McAlpin, Daniel, lieut., 5:817; 6:716; 12:216-17 
McAulay, Archibald, 10:56, 62 
McBean, , col., 7:960 

McBean, Alexander, oapt., lieut., 3:991n; 7:130 
McBride, Daniel, 1 : 766 
McCan, , 6:486 

McOann, , sgt., 13:345 

McCarty, (Chippewa interpreter), 4:477, 493; 6:112; 11:272, 326 

McCarty, William, 5:408 
McCay, Alexander, 2:497 
Maccellar, see Mackellar 
Mac Cew, 8:352 

McClay, , 6:562, 563, 595, 597, 612, 630 

McCloghery, James, 1 : 244 
McCloud, Malcolm, 8:1102 
McCloud, Normand, see McLeod, Normand 
McCluer, Alexander, 2:680-82; 9:655 
McClure, Charles, 4:734 
McClure, John, 4:738 

McOoard (McCord), James, 4:87, 104, 204, 207 
McCollom, James, 8:334 
McCollom, John, 8:334 
McColm, Dr. John, 3:42 
McComb, John, see Macomb, John 

McConnel, ,4:28 

McCoon, Jean, 11:490 
McCord, Mary, 11:486 

McCorgin, Price, 7:437 

McCormick, , 10:870 

McCoy, Robert, 5:345 

McCrackcn, William: 

Albany sheriff recommendation (1762), 3:864, 951-52; 10:570 
as vendue master, 4:305 

McCracken, see also Crofton, Howard & McCracken 

McCrea, John, 8:97; 11:715; 12:690-91 

Kayaderosseras and, 6:355; 12:530, 537, 572, 578 

McCulioch, Nathaniel, 11:634, 635-36 

McCullom, ,7:443 

McCullough (prisoner), 11:488 

McCullv, Robert, 5:15; 13 : 382 

McCurdy, ,1:295 

McCurdy, (of Lyme, Conn.) , 8 :42, 89 

McDaniel, , grocery trade, 13:306 

McDaniel, nnaj., Cresap murders and, 12:1095-96 

McDaniel, James (Detroit boatman), 11:971-72 

McDonald, , capt., 4:845 

McDonald, , lieut., 3:207; 4:341 

MacDonald, James, capt., death in Havana (1762), 3:991n 

MacDonald, James, lieut. : 

Croghan Illinois expedition (1765) and, 11:867-68, 913, 965 

350 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Detroit siege (1763) account, 10:736-45, 776 

Hutchins account of Bouquet expedition, 7 : 798 

Indian Affairs employment application (1765), 4:635; 11:537 

John Johnson trip to England (1765), 4:850, 855 

land purchases, 11:868, 913-14 

New York City fort reinforcement (1765), 4:850 

Stamp Act and, 4:832 
McDonald, John, 2:626; 12:1087 
McDonald, Michael, 8:420, 427 
McDonell, Alexander, 8:917; 12:1041 
MacDonell, Allan, 8:915-17; 12:1041-42 
McDonnell, , ens., 12:209 

McDonnell, , lieut., 3:474; 5:76, 77, 109 

MeDougal, John, lieut. : 

in Detroit siege, 10:739-40, 744, 764, 791; 13:291-93, 295-96 
McDougall, Alexander : 

dissenter support, 7:310 

imprisonment, 7:389, 397 

New York City elections (1770), 7:924 

at New York "tea party," 8:976 

trial of, 7:416, 483n, 578-79 
McDougall, Allan: 

Detroit traders' petition (1767), 5:830 

Hay and, 6:300 

Wetherhead and, 5:542, 552, 563, 572; 7:663 
McDougall, Daniel, 8:1210 
McDougall, Duncan, 8:1208 
McDougall, George, lieut.: 

commissary recommendation, 5:32, 77 

copper interests, 6:242-46 

Croghan draft (1765), 4:6S7, 716, 879; 11:543, 636, 694 

on Croghan head wound (1765), 11:872 

on Detroit Indian attack threat (1769), 7:55-56 

.French settler removal plans (1768), 6:437, 509-10; 12:606 

Hay and, 5:620-21; 7:55 

Indian agent application (1764), 4:612 

land grant, 8:416 

Presque Isle attack (1763), 4:182; 10:734 

wine order, 7:199 
McDougall, Mrs. George, 7:55 
McDowell, John, 10:530 
McElhenney, Dennis, 5:100 
McEntire, William, 13:503 
McEvers (Mnckivers), Charles, 4:584; 13:555 

account, 8:170-71, 775 

Adems loans, 6:501; 7:847 

bills of exchange, 7:766-67, 769 

Chew (Joseph) and, 7:873; 8:289, 296 

Gage warrant (1772) and, 8:48] 

Ealdimand warrant, 8:0 li' 

in Mortier account, 8:506, 1115 

Watts and, 7:237, 554; 8:578 
McEvers, James, 11:921 
McEvers, John, 1:766 

McFarlan (MacFarline) , Andrew, 6:1-17, 533. 789: 8:718; 12:427: 13-502 
McFenar, Thomas, 8:505 
McGann, Hugh, sgt., 5:639, 640 
McGee, John, 7:1065 
McGee, William, 7:52 
McGee, see also McKee 
McGhee, Pat, 3:293, 295 
McGillivray, f C apt., 8:S84-85, 897 

351 



Index 

MeGin, , Kindarunty and, 9:81 

McGiunis, ,8:372 

MeGinnis, Eobert, capt., 2:206, 316 
McGiunis, William, capt.: 
account, 10:110 

at Lake George, 1:766; 2:38, 63n, 151, 221, 231-32, 238 
McGloghlen, Adam, 9:302 
McGrah, Dr., see Magra, Dr. Redmond 
McGrah, Mary, in Johnson will, 12:1071 
McGrah, Patrick, in Adems accounts, 13:569, 571 
McGraw, Christopher, 1:167, 206, 214; 9:65; 12:1071 
McGregor, John, 8:334 
MacGregor family, 3:991n 
McGrigor, Donald, 7:815, 987; 12:1087 
McGrigor, Peter, 7:662; 12:787, 819 
Machartney, George, Lord, 8:97 
Machault, Fort, 2:654, 755; 3:112, 131, 272 
Machidash, 6:51; 12:1028; 13:447 
Machioquise (Pottawatomie chief), 11:547-49; 12:585, 586 

Mcllworth (Mack'h, Muckilworth), Thomas, 4:100, 107, 272, 578 
commissary appointment request, 5:747, 831-32 
Indian Affairs clerkship, 4:415 
painting, 4:595, 622; 5:746-47; 13:ix, xii-xiti 
Schenectady clerkship, 4:584; 5:400 

Mclntire, John, 12:787, 818 

Mclntire, Eobert, 12:787, 818 

Mcintosh, Alexander, 5:618 

McJean, Thomas, 13:734 

McJean, William, Johnson's grandfather, 13:734 

Mackakeeman (Ottawa), 11:273-74 

Mackamakank Indians, 10:713 

Mackane, John, lieut., 3 : 960n 

McKanny, Alexander, 11:14 

McKay, , 3:34S 

Mackay (McKay), Alexander, gen., 6:760; 7:629n, 1078 

McKay, Cornelius, 3:363; 10:580n 

Mackay, Francis, 4:608; 8:244 

Mackcungee, 3:767, 839 

Mackcuwas (Delaware), 3:771, 781 

McKean, Rev. ,5:430 

McKean (McKeen), Robert, capt.: 

Cherry Valley defense, 4:343, 347, 11:79-80, 80n 
ranger company of, 4:4, 297, 298, 399 

McKean, Thomas, 3:775 

McKee (McGee), Alexander, 8:x, 798 

3P(*0UD.tS * 

" (1764), 4:296, 304, 305, 415, 431, 438, 454, 511, 520, 536, 575; 11:37, 
57, 201-202 

(1765), 4:701-702, 855; 11:646, 654-55 

(1766), 5:100-102, 246-60, 344, 365; 12:166, 237-38; 13:389 

(1767), 12:292 

(1768), 12:557, 642 

(1769), 6:654-67; 12:701, 732 

(1770), 7:856-57 

(1771), 12:925 

(1772), 12:966, 1001, 1003, 1015 

(1773), 12:1021, 1040 

(1774), 8:1034, 1035-36, 1132, 1135, 1165, 1167, 1168-69; 13:685 
autograph, 7 :xii 

Bedford County Commission, 8:552 
Bouquet expedition, 4:586, 620; 11:128, 385-86, 435, 452, 456, 458, 474-75, 

482-83, 509, 530-32 

352 



Sir William Johnson Tapers 

Cherokee murder (1774) of traders, 12:1090-91, 1095 

at Chippewa Congress (Johnson Hall, July, 1768), 12:558 

Cresap murders (1774) and, 8:1150-51, 1172-73; 12:1095-99, 1100 

Croghan expedition (1765) and, 11:577, 791, 845-47, 877, 884, 904, 928 

condolence for murdered deputies, 11:983, 989; 12:8 
Croghan patents (1770) and, 12:794 
Delawares and, 6:41 
as Deputy, pro tempore, 8:491-92, 552 
Detroit Indian attack (1763), 10:685-88 
Detroit Indian conference (1760), 10:206 
at Easton Council (1762), 3:776 
feny service fraud and, 7:685 
Fort Pitt appointments, 3:875; 4:272; 5:18; 11:537, 988; 13:381 

on abandonment of fort, 8:644-45, 646-47, 666, 680, 756 

as commissary, 5:76, 681; 8:662, 680; 12:49-52, 680, 732 

Johnson orders on conduct of, 4:256-57 
at Fort Pitt Indian Conferences (1760), 3:208, 210, 213, 215, 216, 217 

(1767), 6:10ft 

(176S), 6:161 

(1770), 7:314, 689, 855 

(1773), 12:1034-36, 1039, 1046-47, 1081 

(1774), 12:1051-52 
on Fort Pitt murder (1765), 11:862 
Gratz and, 8:900, 912, 1098-99 
Graydon (Caleb) and, 11:328 
interpreters' receipts (1764), 11:166, 396 
Johnson's death and, 8:1187, 1196 
Jones (David) and, 8:619 
Journal (1762), 3:964; 10:576-80, 598 

(1769), 7:182, 183, 184-85 

(1774), 12:1032-33, 1034w, 1038n, 1079-81, 1083-S6, 1087-1100 
Kayashuta and, 8:1012, 1057; 12:1051-52 
mare purchased (1764), 11:356 
on messenger detained by Indians, 4:180 
on Ohio River murders (1767), 5:686 
Ormsby trade losses and, 11:362 
on Presque Isle attack (1763), 10:727, 766 
prisoner return (1764), 11:385 
provisions return (1772), 8:662, 666 
Red Stone Creek settlement and, 5:504; 11:796-97 
rifle sent by, 8:745 
Rogers arrest (1767) and, 12:378 

salary, 3:300, 965; 4:222; 5:442-43; 10:520, 560, 914; 11:397; 12:732 
Sanduskv scalping (1764) and, 4:550 
Scioto Council (1767), 5:701, 710 

(1771), 8:259-61, 277, 285; 12:91 1-15 

(1772), 8:586, 679 

(1773), 8:755-57 
Scioto trade and, 5:385; 12:218 
Shawnee murder | 1774) of traders, 12:1080-81, 1082 
Shawne,' slation, 3:301-302, 921, 931, !><;., c.fi; 5:738; 8:1011-13 1150-51 

Cresap visil and, 8:834 35, 856, 865, S76, 877 

Croghan instructions (1762), 3:964; 10:543,546-48 

[roquois-Shawnee war-hatchet concealment accusations (1774), 8:1057 
58; 12:1081-82 

Indian unrest (1762), 10:596-98, 659 

Indian unrest (1767), 12:375 

Indian unrest (1769), 7:182 

Indian unreal (1770), 7:404-406, 609 10, 651 52,689 

Indian unrest (1771). 12:916-17 

Shawnee warning to traders, implicating Mingoes, 12:1032-33, 1034-36 
1038-39, 1046 47, Ins] 

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Index 

McKee, Alexander, 

Wabash hostilities (1773) and, 8:835, 842-43 

smiths' receipts, 4:195, 234; 8:1052; 10:808 

on Stump murders, 6:101-102, 108, 110-11, 128; 12:473 

trade report (1767), 12:396-97 

Van Slyck (Cornelius A.) and, 8:971 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771), 8:0 
McKee, Thomas, capt.: 

accounts : 

(1765), 4:647, 648; 11:574-76, 578; 13:381-82 
(1766), 5:15, 101, 384 
(1768), 12:557, 642 

commission, 10:139 

Conestoga massacre and, 4:272, 326; 11:55-57 

Croghan correspondence (1768), 12:680 

Delaware-Shawnee uprisings and, 9:456 

Fort Augusta appointment, 3:663, 741, 875, 877, 920, 921-22, 931, 964, 965 
66, 986-87; 4:62, 110, 132; 12:732 

Fort Augusta Indian conferences (1763-65), 4:579-83; 11:759-60; 13:297, 
381-82 

Fort Pitt Indian conference (1768) and, 6:161 

Graydon account (1767), 5:538-39 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Congress (1757) and, 9:728, 732, 737, 738, 74] 

Kindarunty death and, 3 : 924 

Lancaster refuge (1763), 13:297 

Paxtoner and Cumberland County riots (1765) and, 11:760-61 

salary, 4:850; 5:264, 442-43; 12:732; 13:389 

Shamokin trade and, 9:759-60, 761 

Stump murders and, 6:108, 111; 12:473 

Susquehanna settler removal (1763) and, 10:691-92, 716, 720 

Tuscaroras and, 6:181 
McKee, Thomas (merchant), 4:264, 270 
McKeen, Robert, see McKean, Robert, capt. 
Maekellar, Patrick (engineer), 2:327, 353-54; 9:485 
McKenny, Alexander, sgt., 1:219, 422, 497; 9:101 
McKenzie, John, 3:48n 
McKerty, Patrick, 7:437 
McKesson, John, ll:248?i 
McKilip, ,1:402,408,412,419,420 

McKillip, Archibald, 8:334 
Mackinlay, Robert, 3:42 
McKinley, Dr. ,2:610 

McKinley, John, 5:340 
McKinney, David, 7:1031 
McKinsey, Hugh, capt., 3 : 991 
Maekivers, Charles, see McEvers, Charles 
McKnight, (blacksmith), 4:43, 44 

McKow, John, 3:88 

Macky, , Warren estate claim (1754), 13:39 

McLane, James, capt., 3:991 
McLaughlin, James, 7:244 

MacLean, (Niagara commissary), 7:483 

McLean, Allan, capt., maj. : 

company of, 11:224, 241 

court martial of, 3:182; 10:208w 

major's commission of, 3:612, 636 

Niagara campaign (1759) and, 3:54m, 58, 73, 82, 85, 91, 95, 98; 13:118 

recruiting affairs and, 5:549 
McLean, Donald, 8:1102 
McLean, Neil, lieut., 8:773-74 
Macleane (Maclane), Lauchlan: 

copper interests and, 6:247, 251, 551-52 

Franklin and, 5:855; 6:168 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

McLelland (McLeland), Colin, 8:S08, 1134 
in Baker account, 8:578 

deposition against Klock, 3:602, 943; 4:112, 146; 13:274-75 
Mohawk school of, 7:290, 574, 693 
Maclenaghan (Maclenaclian), , 5:43, 47 

MacLeod, John, 8:1010-11 

MacLeod (McCloud), Normand, capt., lieut., 5:366, 542; 6:582; 7:730; 8:138; 
11:969; 12:169 
accounts : 

(1766), 5:300, 340 

(1767), 5:581, 664-65, 758; 12:298 

(1768), 12:557, 641 

(1769), 7:151-52, 209, 210, 225, 226, 236-37, 275, 298; 12:731, 755 

(1770), 7:340, 371,420 
Adirondack (Skequaneck) attack warning (1766), 5:369, 395; 12:174-75, 

200, 208 
autograph, Q:xii 

billiard table cloth ordered by, 5:81-82, 102-103, 119 
Brant and, 5:345, 382 
Caghnawaga farm, 7:849-50 
carpenter recommended by, 5:58, 165 
clerical help, 12:162 
on Cole's reported death, 5:382 
commissary appointment, 5:442, 540; 12:75, 106 

dismissal, 6:321, 346-47, 479, 488, 512, 537, 605; 7:22; 12:610, 654, 
669, 673-74, 731 
commissary-general proposal, 5:457-58 
commission sale, 5:849-50 
Croghan visit (1767), 12:266 
Dennison farm rent dispute (1772), 8:443-44 
on Detroit Indian attack threats (1769), 6:751-52, 769, 776, 777; 12:722, 

723 
drafts (1766), 5:98, 401 
on election methods, 7:333 
Fort Ontario conference with Pontiac (1766) and, 5:333-34, 340; 12:127, 

138, 150-51 
on French canoe movements (1766), 5:367 
Gage assistance (1772), 8:587, 593 
on ginseng trade, 5:341 
hats ordered through Johnson, 7:420 
horse borrowed by Rev. Brown and, 5:280 
Iroquois-French plot rumors (1762), 10:422 
land purchases, 12:827-28, 835, 854, 874, 936, 1006 
on liberty poles, 7:371, 397-98 
on McDougall trial, 7:483 
Magra and, 6:111-13, 166 
Masonic activities, 5:95, 166, 223 
on medicinal oil, 5:757-58 
at Niagara Congress (1764), 11:309, 313 

at Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:474, 524, 525; 13:251, 253, 254 
on Niagara market conduct (1769), 6:566, 603-605 
Niagara trade reports (1768-69), 12:650, 660-61, 708 
Onondaga Congress (Oct., 1766), 12:208, 209-12 
Ontario duty (1773), 8:90."., 906, 913, 1011 
Prevost and, 8:49 
on report forms, 5:441 
Rivington anil, 7:752 

Roberts (Benjamin) and, 5:713, 777; 7:389 
salary, 12:641, 731 

Seneca-Missisauga relations and, 6:64n, 106 
on servants enlisted in the army, 5:441, 457, 473, 486, 516 
on sex habits of his acquaintance, 12:773 



Index 

MacLeod, Normand, 

on Sons of Liberty, 7:333, 351, 1107; 12:772-73, 774 

on the Stamp Act, 5:31-32, 164-65 

Sun Fish and, 5:795; 12:389 

on threat of Indian War (1770), 7:483-85 

tools requested for smith at Niagara, 6:555, 567, 604 

traders' certification of honesty, 5:742-43, 745-46 

on war belt circulation (1767), 5:662, 717, 723, 777 

on wintering restrictions, 5:363, 723-24, 777; 12:150-51, 162-63, 174-75, 
184-85, 200, 209-12 
MacLeod, Mrs. Normand, 5:758-59; 7:236, 237 
MeLeod, William, capt., 8:733, 734-36, 745, 747-48, 783 
McLroy, Elizabeth, 11:489 
McLroy, Mary, 11:489 

McMahon, , Cresap murders (1774) and, 12:1096 

McMahon, Constantine, 4:575 
McMahon, John, 12:1071» 
MeMakin, George, 13:347 
McMaster, , 8:107 

McMaster, (trader, 1759), 13:151 

McMeen, , 13:397 

McMichael, , widow, 13:533, 570 

McMichael, George, 3:598; 10:351 
MacMichy, murder of, see McMickel, John 
McMickel, John: 

Albany murder of, 3:28; 10:82-84, 86, 88, 93, 95, 962 

Cayuga condolence, 10:97-98 
MeMicking, George, 10:171, 172 
McMillan, ,6:329 

McMurray, , sgt., 12:442 

McNab, Archibald, 3:990n 
McNabb, John, lieut., 3:991n 
McNaghten, Alexander, 12:792 
McNamara, Charles, 5:366; 13:397 
McNeal, John, capt., 3:990n 

McNeall (McNeal), Richard, 5:441, 496, 656, 726 
McNeil, ,1:402 

McNeil, col., prisoner return to, 11:491 

McNeill, (judge), 7:934 

MacNeill, John, capt., 2:698; 9:672n, 676 
McNelly, Lawrence, 13:53-54 
Macnemara, Comte de, l:719n 

McNutt, ,3:926 

Macomb, John, 4:152, 363, 427, 648 

accounts, 4:207, 578, 605 

Albany Port Collector post application, 11:691 

on bedsteads, 4:260 

debts, 11:581, 598-99, 632, 690 

dog of, 4:64, 68, 78 

Duncan assignment, 4 : 650, 668 

on Johnson (John) knighthood, 5:50 

Hoosick patent survey, 8:388-89, 428-29 

justice appointment lists, 3:609, 653, 666, 748, 750; 12:784, 792 

on Lottridge drowning, 4:263 

on missionary work, 4:168 

Munro millstone order and, 8:738-39 

Preston loan (1764), 4:381 

Stamp Act rioters and, 5:5 

Van Slyck and, 8:673 

Wade (Ferrall) and, 3:917; 4:37, 45, 64; 10:616-17 
McPherson, Colin, 3 : 990n 
MacPherson, Murdoch, 12:1041, 1086-87 
McQueen, , 8:235 

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McKeady (McCredy), , tobacco agent, 7:1071, 1128 

McShane, Thomas, Z:x 

McSwiney, Charles, 1:195, 196 

McTavish, Jon., 4:802; 5:19; 12:16, 224 

Mabie, ,1:297 

Macatepilesis (Ottawa), 3:487 

Machault, Jean Baptiste, 2 : 864m 

Madden, Dennis, 3:729; 13:370 

in Canajoharie patent, 3:634; 6:771; 10:248, 282 

carpenters and, 13:313, 317 

commissions, 9:874 
Madden, Edward, lieut., 5:189 
Madeira (Island), 13:212 
Madison County, New York, 10:587m 
Maesen, John, 3:179 
Magdelaine Islands, 10:979 
Magee, interpreter, 2:828 
Magee, Patrick, 10:119m 
Maggin, capt., 1:182, 757 
Magill, John, 5:830; 12:194-95 
Magin (McGin, Maginnis), Mrs. Sarah, 3:286 

Canajoharie grant to Johnson and, 3:368 

Klock and, 3:288-89, 315, 358-59, 374, 424, 596, 617 

land patent, 4:644; 10:249 

land survey (1760), 3:230, 267, 297, 326, 327-28, 417, 420, 749 

rum trade of, 4:578; 11:398 
Magin (McGin), Teady, 1:115, 361, 403; 9:9 

Canadian trip (1750), 1:307 

death of, 9:787 

fur trade, 1:287, 290-91 

Iroquois recruitment (1747), 1:97 

land purchase (1754), 1:368, 419; 3:282; 9:56, 58 

Johnson's Canajoharie grant and, 4:89; 5:476; 6:771; 10:249; 12:185 

880 
Klock and, 1:421, 428; 3:288-89, 358, 655 
settlement, 3:286; 4:1-2, 39 
survey, 1:418, 429, 533-34, 538, 562, 578, 591; 3:358, 420 

Oswego contract, 1:301 

son-in-law, 9:778 
Maginnis, Mrs., see Magin, Mrs. Sarah 
Maginnis, capt., 1:802 
Maglander, Daniel, 5:11 

Magra, , Canadian journey (1768), 6:187, 199-200; 12:479 

Magra, Perkins, lieut., 5:200/i 

undependable behavior of, 6:64m, 106, 111-13, 165-67, 187, 199-200 
Magra ( Magrow, McGrah), Dr. Redmond: 

Dieskau attendance, 2:280, 282, 352 

on Johnson's health, 5:85, 203, 270; 6:164; 7:374-75, 388, 431; 12:22, 
76, 78 

soap in pills for ulcers, 8:828 

steam inhalant device, 4:8 

Wraxall and, 2:282, 520, 535; 9:474 
Magregrey, , rum trade, 13:317 

Mahar, John, 2:305-306 
Mahieans, (MahicandeTS, Moliinms, Ifivrr Indians), 7:732 

Albany murder (1757), 9:686 

Bouquet expedition and, 4:585 

Chenango settlement, 11:188 

Chugnut settlement, 10:945, 948, 959-60 

conferences : 

Albany (1762), 10:386-88 

at Detroit Council (1761), 3:468, 475 

357 



Index 

Mahicans, 

at Easton Council (1761), 3:518 

at Easton Council (1762), 3:762 

at Fort Johnson (1756), 9:347, 348, 349, 393 

at Fort Johnson (1757), 2:706, 710/i; 9:690, 693, 695, 700, 710, 718 

at Fort Pitt (1760), 3:208-17 

Guy Park (May, 1768), 12:497-500 

Niagara Congress (1764), 4:481 

Schenectady (Guy Johnson, April, 1768), 12:480-82 

Scioto Council (1768) and, 13:437 

at Susquehannah Indian conference (Feb. 1764), 11:59, 62, 66, 67 
Delaware-Shawnee uprisings and, 9:456 
English hostilities (1755), 2:325-26, 360 
expenses (Fort Pitt, 1769) in behalf of, 6:660 
express attacked (1757) by, 9:833, 837, 843, 849 
food request (1757), 9:791-92 
French scalping parties (1760), 10:171, 173 
Hardenbergh patent and, 6:737-38 
Iroquois alliance (1755), 1:528; 2:360 

Iroquois cessions at Fort Stanwix Treaty (1768) and, 7:184 
Johnson threatened (1757), 9:833 
Lake George plunder rumors (1757), 2:740-41 
land claims, 2:371-72; 8:256; 9:211-12; 10:387-88, 599-601, 854; 11:361; 

12:481 
liquor prohibition request (1762), 10:387, 388 
location and fighting numbers (1763), 4:243, 246 
message to Western Indians (1763), 4:180 
migratory, 9:845-47, 849-51; 12:738 
Mohawks and, 2:836-37; 3:259 

Montreal expedition (1760), 10:183, 253-54; 13:177 
Nanticoke invitation, 9 : 712 
Oneida land claims and, 7:323-24, 325 
Oquagas and, 9:682-83; 12:542 
in Oswego troop census (1760), 10:175 
Paumittunnauseu message (1748), 1:142-43 
peace deputation (1758), 2:802, 829 
prisoner return (1761), 10:304, 369 

(1764), ll:484-91passim 
recruitment (1755), 1:735; 2:360 

(1758), 9:939, 942, 945 

(1764), 11:111 
Senecas and, 9:786, 827 
spy suspect (1764), 11:162 
Stockbridge Indians and, 10:932 
Susquehanna settlements, 9:565 
Teedyuscung and, 2:825; 3:4 
Mahony, Pennsylvania, 2:359 
Mahoning River, 10:533»i 
Maimies, see Miamis 

Maine, J. Claudius, 2:302, 307, 315, 318; 9:317, 322 
Maine Society, 8:705 
Mair, Arthur, 3:635, 636; 4:254 
Mair, George, 8:128 

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accounts, 4:873; 5:367, 724-25, 802, 803; 11:959, 968; 12:264; 13:426 

autograph, 8:xiii 

Cole on, 5:578 

Croghan expedition (1765) and, 11:958, 962 

Detroit Indian conference (1765), 11:646, 901 

Detroit Indian siege (1763) and, 10:691 

Detroit lands and, 8:178, 202, 224, 232-33 

on Fort Chartres Indian raids (1771), 8:178, 225 

Fraser expedition and, 4:859; 11:789, 840, 958n, 959 

358 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Pontiac capture of, 11:745, 795, 853 

French service (1765), 4:672, 675, 762, 765 

Haldimand and, 8:899, 905, 913, 1071 

Hay and, 5:643 

horse hire costs (1766), 13:398 

Miami liquor trade protest (1767), 5:557-58 

Morgan and, 8:929, 1024 

Ouiatanon appointment (1771), 8:319, 343, 453, 480 

salary (1772), 8:600; 12:1003 

on Shawnee Council of 1767, 5:686-87, 710 

on Southern Indian meeting (1772) invitations, 8:587 

Wabash Indian mission (1771), 8:252; 12:930-32, 945 

on Wabash-Southern Indian hostilities (1772-73), 8:667-71, 894-95 

Wabash trade opening (1767) and, 5:561-62, 736; 12:373, 434-35 
Maitland, Kiehard, col, 4:545, 855; 8:207; 12:267 

as Deputy Adjutant General, 5:337-38 
Makatapanie, 11:218 

Makateokwet (Chippewa chief), 8:213; 13:622 
Makisbe (Pottawattomie chief), 11:547 
Makutte Mingwa, confession of, 8:795-97 
Malbone, Godfrey, 1:355 
Malewyck, , 1:173 

Maligne Bete (Cross Beast), Miami chief, 4:672, 676-77 
Mallet, I. L., 8:1216 
Mallet, John, 5:549, 552 
Malonap (Delaware Chief), 3:567, 568 
Maltin, Dennis, 9:404 
Malto, , 13:221 

Maltrum, , 3:348 

Mamakating (Mamacocting), Ulster co., 3:568; 5:150-51 
Mamies, see Miami s 
Mamsehigh (Shawnee chief), 11:723 
Man, , corporal, 2:541, 542, 545 

Man, Isaac, col, 5:363; 12:319, 830 

justice appointment lists, 7:569; 12:781, 791, 792, 795-96, 809-10 
Manahahickon, 3:779, 841, 842 
Manchester, Duke of, 3:537; 7:173-74 
Manchester, England, riots (1769), 6:734 
Mancius, W., 8:996 

Mandavil (Mundevill), Richard, 8:145-46 
Manheim, Pennsylvania, 8:183 
Manila, Philippine Islands, 4:120 
Manitou-Abck (Chippewa), 4:804, 807 
Mann, George, 8:291, 297, 1088-89 
Manning, James, 8:618 
Mansel, John, see Maunsell, .lohn 
Mansell, Dorathy, 11:489 
Mansell, Margaret, 11:489 

Mansfield, Lord, 5:767; 7:913, 925, 1077; 12:773 
Mansfield, Richard, 7:170 
Mansfield, Connecticut, 9:481 
Man swell, John, see Maunsell, Jolm 

Mant, Thomas (Bradsfcreel aide-de-camp), 4:618; 11:374, 471 
Manzanilla, Colombia, 1:11 
Ma pother, Patrick, capt., 4:523 
Maqua Indians, 1:528 
Marblehead, Massachusetts, 1:694 

March, (Masonic brother), 6:732, 757; 12:714 

Marchel, John, 7:352 
Marcheseaux, T., 5:133 

Michilimackinac trade petition (July, 1765), 11:827, 829 
Mare, John (artist), 13 :a;i 

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Index 

Mareiell, Cornell, 1:104 

Margaret (Mohawk woman), 3:158; 12:183 

Margate, England, 6:320 

Maria (vessel), 2:483 

Maria Theresa, Archduchess of Austria, 7:286n 

Marin (Morang), 1:389, 645n; 3:109; 13:115 

Marines, Abraham, 7:36n 

Marine Society of the City of New York, 8:597-98, 600-601, 630, 731; 13:654 

Maringouin (Wabash Chief), 7:132-34, 136-38 

Marinus, David, 8:334 

Marinus, Jeremy, 7:463 

Markel, Christophle, 5:265 

Markel, see also Merckel 

Markell, William, 6:448-49; 12:1069 

Market, see Merckel 

Markham, , 2:744, 745 

Markham, William, 3:813 

Marlatt, John, 8:1213 

Marregorettie, 1:922 

Marsac, , 4 : 604, 643, 816 ; 11 : 739-40 

Marschalk, Peter, 7:902 

Marseilles, France, 2:536 

Marseles, Johannes, 8:334 

Marselis, Ahasuerus (Asuwerus, Thaswerus), 1:76, 77; 7:1106 

Marselis, Gerrit, capt.: 

boat returns (1755), 1:840 

Darlington shipments, 3:936; 4:104, 171, 200, 215, 236, 286, 426, 431, 454, 
523, 568, 598 

Marselis, Guysbert, capt.: 

Albany sheriff appointment (1761), 10:276 

Darlington shipments, 3:837; 4:716, 809; 11:695 

justice appointment lists, 3:750; 12:784, 792 

Mohawk land claims and, 8:411n, 955, 1014, 1015 

sloop seized, 4:739 

Watts money sent by, 2:392, 598; 9:329 

Wetherhead orders by, 7:803 
Marselis, Henry, 13:571 

Wallace orders shipped by, 8:67, 236, 263, 659, 665, 691, 731 
Marselis, John B., 12:677 
Marselius, Alexander, 13:502 
Marselius, Arent, 7:1107 
Marselius, John, 7:1106 
Marselius, Takel, 13:502 
Marselous, Asiveron, 7:273 
Marselus, Isaac, 7:1106 
Marsh, , ammunition order, 8:853 

Marsh, John, 11:249 

Marsh, With am: 

Albany clerkship appointment, 3:290n; 13:179-80, 331, 332 

Albany clerkship delegated to Silvester, 4:432; 13:301, 331, 332 

Albany Mayor's Court and, 3:592 

on Amherst's departure, 4:260 

autograph, 3:xiii 

Canajoharie-Klock dispute, 4:38; 10:541, 611 

Croghan on, 3:827ji, 966 

death of, 4:633, 634, 635, 643, 841; 11:528, 532, 533; 13:678w 

on Delaware prisoners, 4:364, 381, 383; 11:119-20 

on Dutch in Albany, 3:887-88 

on English political excitement (1764), 4:297; 11:70-71 

estate, 4:776, 788, 808-809; 5:227; 11:527-28 

George IPs death, 3:359 

Indian Affairs Secretaryship, 3:290«, 294, 682, 718, 766, 773, 778, 783, 792- 

360 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

93; ±:xi, 415, 742, 826; 5:204, 602; 10:352, 355-56, 434, 438; 11:891 
deputation of, 4:546-47, 569, 584, 595, 604-605, 621; 11:930; 12:206; 
13:678n 

at Iroquois Congress (German Flats, 1763), 10:746, 770 

at Iroquois meetings (Sept. 1762), 10:501, 509 

Johnson Hall completion (1763), 13:303 

on Johnson's garden, 3:901 

on Johnson's land patents, 4:267 

law suit of, 3:901-902, 922-23, 929-30, 945; 4:15, 33-35, 40, 49, 82-83, 88, 
100-101, 107, 118, 120-21, 212, 219, 222, 302, 328 

on Martinique expedition, 3:657-58 

on medal and commemorative glasses, 3:386-87 

name (Withamus de Marisco) of, 11:249 

at Oneida meeting (1762), 10:480 

on publication of the King's proclamation, 4:302 

receipt of money bundle for Johnson (1763), 4:175 

Smith (William, Jr.) and, 4:286 

Wade (Ferrall) and, 4:64 

Weyman printing bill, 13:322-23 

will of, 4:454; 11:248-49, 557, 715 
Marshall, ens., 9:407 

Marshall, Edward, 3:843 
Marshall, Hubert, capt., col. : 

artillery (1755), 1:551, 620, 654 

bill-paying (1750), 1:309 

congratulations on Lake George victory, 2:33, 69 

Cramer dinner (1750) with, 1:272 

Dieskau and, 2:44, 45 

Eyre and, 1:655 

on Fort Frederick drummer, 1:422-23 

list of command of, 1:195-96 

marching orders (1756), 2:471-72 

Oswego relief and, 1:79; 13:10 

prisoner sent for questioning, 1:898 

Roseboom and, 1:218-19, 497-98 

Schenectady sick list (1749), 1:206 

threats of French attack and, 1:131, 909-10 
Marshall, Richard Arnold, 1:195 
Marsten, Thomas, 7:578 
Martain, (interpreter), 5:264 

Martell, (Judge), 7:930, 957, 958 

Martell, , Peter Johnson's French teacher, 12:1013 

Martens, Franses Donnelon, 1:50 
Martille, P., 5:134 
Martin, , 4:254 

Martin (Marten), , Albany jailer, 8:1025, 1028 

Martin, (instrument dealer), 7:1157 

Martin, (interpreter), 3:300 

Martin, col, 1:12, 275, 290; 8:98 
Martin, James, 11:488 
Martin, Josiah, 3:672, 950n; 4:2 
Martin, Martha, 11:490 
Martin, Peter, 8:655; 12:739 
Martin, William, 11:488 
Martinique, 4:120 

French possession, 3:24, 47 

Monckton expedition, 3:571n, 582, 612, 625-26, 635, 656, 657, 658-59, 675, 
681 ; 10:408, 418,428, 459 

Monckton return from, 3:667, 668, 669, 682 

troops in, 3:889, 390/1, 391n 
Marton, John, 4:536; 11:356 
Mary (Mohawk), 3:158 

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Index 

Mary (ship), 4:49; 9:94 
Maryland : 

Barton in, 5:569 
boundaries : 

Fort Stanwix Congress and, 5:793; 6:144, 185, 203, 308, 394-95; 

12:493, 587 
Pennsylvania (Mason-Dixon line), 5:429, 486-87, 542, 544, 545, 552, 
646, 737, 793; 6:2, 5-6, 71-72, 95; 12:230-31, 256-57, 289, 309-11, 
321, 359, 366, 374, 402, 419 
bounty on scalps (1765), 4:651 
Braddock in, 1:462 
Cape Breton expedition, 1:56 
Catholics in, 7:876 

Cherokee-Iroquois war and, 1:318; 4:6-7, 69; 10:573-74 
Cherokee Ohio hostilities (1757), 9:719 
Chew visit (1749), 1:204, 208 
Church of England episcopate, 8:174 
corn, 1:609; 6:683 

Cresap unauthorized Indian conferences, 12:236, 277-78, 382 
Crown Point (1755) and, 1:557, 566, 792 
Delaware raids in, 2:468, 825; 9:364, 476 
Easton Council (1758) and, 2:891 
forcible settlement on Indian lands, 5:567 

frontier outrages against Indians, 4:755, 809; 7:651; 8:1178-79; 11:644, 
763, 785; 12:41, 74 

Fort Pitt murder (1765), 4:642; 11:540, 569, 586, 603 
hemp production, 4:103 
Hillsborough orders (1768) and, 6:278 
Killbuck and, 6:113-14 
land lottery, 4:751 
militia, 1:420 

Nanticoke emigration from, 5:544-45; 9:341-42; 12:312, 647 
Acts for Granting Compensation (1768), 6:254-59, 263-64 
land sales, 6:172-73, 238-40, 285, 592; 12:258-59, 352-53, 362-63, 528-29 
Shawnees and, 4:235; 7:651 
tobacco, 5:321; 7:428-29 
Tuscarora migration through, 12:240 
Maryland Gazette (newspaper), 4:405n; ll:123n 
Mascouten Indians, see Musquattamies 
Maseres, Francis, 7:950ft 
Mashkegon (French Indian), 11:698 
Maskas (Chippewa Chief ), 7:908 
Maslcinonshe (vessel), 7:961 
Maskoutin Indians, see Musquattamies 
Mason ,2:334 

Mason, Charles, 5:737n; 6:5n 
Mason, John, maj.: 

Connecticut charter and, 4:456; 11:255, 418-19 
Mohegan land claims, 4:460-61; 11:256, 260 
deed (1659), 11:417-18 
deed of confirmation (1661), 11:418 
Mason, John, capt. (son of Major John Mason) : 
Mohegan land claims: 

guardianship, 4:458, 461; 11:258, 261, 425-26, 429 
settler removal, 4:457; 11:257 
Mason, John (son of Captain John Mason) : 

Mohegan land claims and, 6:767-68; 11:426, 429 

English voyage in behalf of, 4:461, 727; 6:759-60; 11:254 
Mason, Samuel (son of Major John Mason) : 
death of, 11:261 

Mohegan guardianship, 4:457, 461; 11:256, 426, 429 
Oeneco (Oweneo) advisorship, 11:422 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Mason-Dixon Lino, sec Maryland, boundaries; Pennsylvania, boundaries 
Masonic Order: 
by-laws, 12:114 
Feast of St. John, 5:450, 549, 563, 565; 6:1-2 

(1769), 6:576 

Ineffable Lodge, 7:473; 8:1049; 12:714ft 
Johnson's membership, 5:95, 223, 2S6, 308-309, 552, 765 

Sublime Degree of Perfection, 12:714 
Orange Lodge of Ireland, 8:40 
St. Patrick's Lodge, 6:775; 7:6, 14, 488, 738ft ; 12:279ft, 1063n, 1075ft 

Johnson Hall institution of, room photograph, 6:2 

Tice account (1772-74) against, 13:633-35 
Smith (David) admission, 6:732, 757 

Union Lodge (Albany), 8:1025, 1039, 1041; 12:103, 114w 
utensils for ceremonies, 5:166 
Massachusetts Bay Oolony: 

Assembly dismissal of Chief Justice (1774), 8:1071 

Bernard letters to Parliament, 6:699 

Boston Tea Party and, 8:1060, 1160 

boundaries, 8:704, 801, 807 

boundary commissions, 1:263ft 

British troop arrivals (1768), 6:222, 323, 338, 405-406, 410, 426, 432, 434, 

452, 482 

(1769), 7:46 
Canadian travel prohibitions (1755), 9:169 
Charter abrogation threats, 6:582; 7:905; 8:1060, 1115 
Connecticut charter and, 7:242ft 
Crown Point (1755) expedition, 1:437, 468, 472, 779-80, 859; 2:147-48; 

13:70-72 

Battle of Lake George and, 2:24-25; 9:293 

enlistment, 1:518, 553, 554, 660, 677-80, 687, 842-43, 858, 884-85, 888, 
890-91; 2:4, 50, 91, 146, 193, 197, 198-99, 200, 209, 220, 221, 253, 
257, 258, 339, 341; 9:180-84 

Indian fund, 1:649, 650, 656 

Lake George request for government instructions, 2:191-93, 241, 245-46 

expenses borne by, 1:462-63, 478, 491, 500-502, 505-506, 537, 569, 576-77, 
587, 648, 651, 693, 834; 2:102, 148, 171, 173; 13:42 

list of stores, 1:571-75, 576, 608, 610-11, 617-18, 620, 623ft, 661-62, 689, 
690-91, 696, 707-709, 858, 872, 885; 2:67, 109, 210, 213; 13:43 

military quotas, 1:552, 606, 665; 2:336 

removal of sick, 9:311-12, 318 
Gonoi-al Court committee report, 2:102-103, 158, 160, 245-46, 249, 364 
governors of, 1:119ft, 420??, 450n, 606??,; 2:48n: 5:33; 7:629; 8:1071, 1115, 

1179; 12:1101, 1108, 1113 

Pownall as governor of, 2:485, 505, 515-16; 9:283??, 
Indian education funds, 3:880; 10:344, 363, 440, 468; 11:102, 133-34 
Iroquois Albany Council (1751) and, 9:83 
King George's War and, 1:91-92, 91??,, 141-42 
mission schools in, 4:23 

Niagara expedition and, 1:675, 677-80, 687, 846; 9:180-84 
as Ohio colony government model, 12:816 
Presbyterian settlers in, 7:876 
Revenue Acts (1768) and, 6:222, 305n 
on salary of Robert Rogers, 3:246-47, 2.10 
recruitment (1764), 4:364 
seat of government, 6 : < > ^ 7 

Stocfcbridge Indians and, 4:891; 6:285; 10:429-30, 5f»!)-<;00, 620 
Susquehanna Purchase project and, 9:133 
Susquehanna settlers from, 4:128 
Massachusetts, Fort, l:799n 

Mathematical Elements of Natural Philosophy (Newton), 1:264 
Massy (Massey), Eyre, maj., Unit, col, 5:429; 6:162; 12:164; 13:123, 150, 

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Index 

Massy (Massey), Eyre, maj., lieut. col., 

157 

accounts, 5:371; 12:163 

children of, 5:628; 7:836; 8:823 

at Fort Niagara siege, 3:51, 54, 58, 61, 63, 64, 68, 72, 77, 99, 100, 102 

at Fort Stanwix, 3:182, 219, 226, 262-63 

French prisoners and, 3 : 114 

Hughs and, 5:627-28, 636 

Indian land rights and, 5:341 

Indian peace treaties, 4:737 

Indian provisions, 5:344; 10:176-77 

marriage of, 6:480n 

in Martinique, 3:669 

on Murray-Burton dispute, 4:776-77 

Oswegatchie attack plans (1759), 13:143, 145, 152 

Oswegatchie scouts (1760), 10:141-42 

Oswego attack threats (1760) and, 10:151 

promotion (1773), 8': 822-23 

Quebec siege reports (1760), 10:173 

return from Ireland, 4:627 

Stamp Act and, 5:83-84, 190 

trade regulations, 5:541; 12:135 

Wade (Francis) and, 4:734, 737; 5:381; 7:1102 

"Wade (Matthew) and, 5:369, 381; 7:421 

on Walker affair trials, 5:474, 496 

Welles and, 5:232, 233 
Massiggihash (Chippewa chief ), 5:729; 6:716-20 
Masters, William, 2:653; 9:743 
Matched, capt., 1:309 
Mather, Allen, 6:442 
Mather, Cathren, 4:449 
Mathews, R., lieut. col., 8:1216 
Matter, Cunrat, 4:449 
Matthes, Hendrick, 4:312 
Matthews, capt., 2:199 

Matthews, col., 9:56 

Matthews, Edmond, capt., maj.: 

Bradstreet and, 3:907 

Caghnawaga treatment (1755), Johnson orders on, 1:643, 655 

company of, 1:566, 579, 591 

Corry on difficulties of, 2:493, 530 

at court martial for mutiny (1755), 1:867 

Fort Edward gairison (1755-56), 2:336, 357, 405 

major's commission, 2:336 

Whiting and, 9:339 
Matthews, John. 2:577, 596 
Mattise, Hendrick, 3:631, 632 
Matthiot, , 5:169 

Mattratt, Francis, 3:90 
Maturin, Gabriel, capt.: 

Cole accounts and, 6:215; 12:495 

on Croghan expenses, 4:712-14; 5:540, 541; 6:314-15; 11:543 

Eyre and, 4:536 

Fort Stanwix Congress presents and, 6:313 

Gage expresses (1768) and, 12:495 

Howard and, 5:552; 12:306-307 

Johnson drafts on, 5:347; 8:492, 494, 500 

Johnson receipts to, 5:139, 195, 367, 376, 400, 478, 559, 563; 8:482; 
12:180, 239 

MacLeod and, 7:226, 237; 12:298-99 

money delivered bv, 4:772, 879; 5:472, 485; 6:146; 12:323, 406 

Roberts accounts, 7:415-16, 464; 12:465 

Stuart and, 6:226 

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warrant to Johnson, 8:481-82 
Mauduit, , 4:219 

Maulcey (Mahican), 3:208, 210 
Maumee River, 3: 30 In, 525 ft 

as boundary of Illinois colony, 5:328 

Bradstreet expedition (1764) and, 4:600; 11:369-72 

Erie crossing (1761), 13:259-60 

Ottawas on, 4:437, 447, 509, 511, 552; 11:192, 218, 229, 326 

Pontiac prisoners (1765) taken on, 11:745 

Bochedebout on, 11:745, 854 

Shawnee cattle herds (1769) on, 12:722 

trade on, 5:654, 724, 828 
Maunsell (Maunsall), Mrs. Elisabeth (wife of John), 5:182-83, 207-208; 8:657 
Maunsell (Manswell, Maunsall), John, capt., maj., lieiit. col., 2:425; 4:418; 

5:182, 208; 8:657 
Maurepas, Frederic, l:695n 
Maurepas Lake, 5:681; 10:979 
Mauritius, 3:232 
Mauwalun (Delaware), 3:771 
Mawa Indians, 10:175 
Mawiginanck patent, 6:679 
Mawmet (Mohegan), 4:457 ; 11:256 
Maxwell, James, capt., 5:217; 7:126; 8:212 
Maxwell, James (smuggler), 10:289 
Maxwell, John, 3:719, 720-21 
Maxwell, William, 5:639, 640, 602; 8:694 
Maybe, Oobus (Jacobus) : 

in Butler accounts, 13:515 

Canajoharie residence, 4:513-14, 567, 577, 615, 637, 645, 838, 850, 864; 
5:469, 556, 562; 11:556, 620n; 12:225 

eviction, 5:492, 493; 11:950-51; 12:287, 756 

houseburning, 11:926-27 

land deals, ll:469ra, 555-56 

massacre alarm (1767), 12:333 
Maybe, Joseph, ll:469n, 555-56; 12:333 
Maybee, Albert, 7:126, 438, 439 
Mavbee, Petrus, 7:439 
Mayer, Gerlach, 7:666, 667 
Mayer (Meyer, Mires), Jacob, 7:892; 8:839 
Mayfield, 8:1050-52, 1124; 12:1041, 1073 
Mayhkerriek-kisho (Delaware), 3:786, 839, 840, 842 
Maynard, (interpreter), 4:520 

Mazcn, Moses, 4:375, 376, 728 
Meanner (Meaner), John, 4:222, 415, 454, 575, 701 

salary of, 5:100, 101, 383; 11:166, 396 
Mears, , capt., 4:49 

Meares, Thomas, 5:340 
Meat: 

bear, 13:186, 195 

beaver, 8:826 

beef, 1:172, 831; 2:566, 574, 615, 637; 3:927; 4:64, 87; 7:940; 8:475, 
478, 700, 771; 11:73; 12:474, 869; 13:181, 207, 710, 711, 713, 717 
bullock broth, 11:274 
Trish, 2:482; 6:683 

Fort Chartres provisions (1767), 12:254 
Fort Stanwix Congress provisions, 12:606. 636, 666, 667 
Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761) provisions, 13:251, 256 

buffalo, 12:254; 13:439 

for Crown Point troops, 1:567, 758, 788; 2:161, 178, 263, 270, 284, 287, 
291, 302, 307, 321; 9:259, 265, 303, 306, 315, 319-20; 13:46 

disbursement to Indians: 

(1755-56), 2:566-646passvm; 9:044, 645, 616 

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Meat, 

(1757-58), 3:150, 152, 155; 9:605, 648, 649, 652, 940 

(1759), 3:23, 160, 161, 169, 171, 172, 173, 176, 252-53, 472, 493, 675, 
963 979 

(1760-66), 10:155, 158; 13:230, 268, 398 

(1771-73), 12:928; 13:630 
dogflesh, 8:483; 13:186 
Dutch stew, 13:196 

French sailor's allowance (1759), 13:140 
for French troops, 2:39S, 417, 511, 648, 717 
frozen, 13:198, 202 
game near Toronto, 7:1018 
goose, 13:150 
horseflesh, 2:786, 791, 858 
markets 13:199 
mutton,' 1:72; 2:106, 145, 159, 247; 7:365, 366, 837, 838; 8:700, 840; 

13:203 
New York City supplies (1760), 13:185 
porcupine, 7:726 
pork: 

Albany stores (1768-69), 7:319; 12:416 

bacon, 1:51; 7:8, 9, 36; 13:192 

carpenters' provisions (1763), 13:305 

Fort Stanwix Congress provisions, 6:291; 12:489, 608, 666, 667, 672, 718 

Fort Stanwix rations (1767), 12:267, 324 

gammon, 1:51; 7:912; 13:351, 359, 362, 544 

ham, 3:927; 4:286; 5:624; 7:558, 581, 970; 8:79, 81-82, 829 

Johnson Hall inventory (1774), 13:649 

orders (1755-56), 2:566, 574, 576, 601 

orders (1763), 4:64, 87; 10:625, 659, 872 

orders (1764), 4:305, 381, 395, 427, 627; 11:186, 188, 511 

orders (1765), 4:701, 740 

orders (1766), 5:333, 377, 381 

orders (1767), 5:474, 501; 6:38, 681 

orders (1768), 6:70, 83 

orders (1769), 7:45, 47, 161, 195 

orders (1770), 7:466, 478, 479, 498, 564, 570, 571, 585, 778, 837, 912 

orders (1771-74), 8:44, 138, 493, 782, 1119 

prices (1746-47), 1:72, 98 

prices (1764-69), 4:845; 5:624; 7:47, 174, 175; 11:74 

prices (1770), 7:37, 39, 372, 373, 520, 558, 559, 563, 624, 803; 12:801, 
802, 869 

prices (1771-74), 8:48, 56, 475, 478, 500, 558, 771, 824, 1096; 12:900, 
926, 947, 1002, 1020 

Warren estate, 13:4, 29 
preparation of, 1:668, 690; 2:530, 537-38 
preservation, 13:202, 204 
rabbit, 8:826; 13:187 
ration measure, 5:382, 617 
raw, 13:187 
sausage, 13:192 
shortages: 

(1757-58), 2:786, 791, 858; 9:702, 789 

(1760-63), 3:252-53, 256, 581, 594, 668; 4:205; 10:168 
slaughtering, 7:838; 13:189 

tongue, 1:123; 2:783; 4:286; 5:157, 626; 7:581, 912, 970; 8:829 
turkey, 3 : 592 ; 12 : 694 ; 13 : 186, 195 
venison, 3:349; 4:286, 510; 6:566, 604; 7:409, 682, 727, 1021; 8:2; 9:33, 

474, 866; 10:205; 11:1 

deer season regulations, 11:563-64; 13:195 

Niagara trade, 12:694 
wild cat, 8:826 
Meath County, Ireland, 13:734 

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Mebiu, Albert, 7:1107 
Mechlenburg Germany, 7:839 
Mechuckimon (Ottawa chief), 11:28G 
Meconock (Miami chief), 3:208, 210 
Medealf, see Metealf 
Medicine : 

Adems practice, 12:1062n 

Ayar purchases, 7:561 

balsam, 4:622; 7:1096, 1127, 1150; 11:836 

blood-letting, 8:327; 10:731, 743; 13:184, 295 

British Royal Society, 5:760, 761, 774 

castor oil, 12:1031 

Croghan's procurement of remedies for Johnson (1766), 5:85-86 

Crown Point funds for, 1:588 

dentifrice (pearl), 7:1095, 1096 

Detroit Indian care, 10:201, 452; 13:443 

diuretics, 12:611 

drug production, 5:321 

education for, 4:867, 876; 5:774, 781 

eelskin against snakebite, 13:206 

electuaries, 8:827-28; 13:259 

emetics, 13:184, 267-68, 269 

epilepsy cure, 7:238 

eyeglasses, 5:155, 478; 6:484; 8:112 

fever diet of Cartwright, 6:460 

fever treatment (1755), 2:186 

Fort Chartres doctor, 5:381, 518-19 

Fort Pitt doctor, 5:102; 10:576 

Fort Stanwix shortage (1761), 3:562 

French doctors at Niagara surrender, 13:114, 115 

gift to Wheelock for his son, 5:274 

ginseng in, 1:382 

gout causes, 8:243n 

Hamilton's Rose (toothache remedy), 7:114, 205, 284, 3S6, 465, 486, 564 

herbal cures for dysentery, 13:244 

herbal cures for venereal disease, 5:760-61; 6:30-32, 164; 12:446, 610-11; 
13:194-95 

horseback exercise and, 9:270, 275 

horseradish, 7:375 

hospitals, 13:266 

Hull of Wallingford practice, 5:733-34; 6:164 

Indian Affairs physician appointments, 4:638; 8:600, 1007 

Indian care expenses: 

(1755-56), 2:596, 597, 610, 633, 641 

(1758-59), 3:153, 157, 158, 159, 160, 162, 170, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179 

(1764), 4:373 

(1766-67), 5:96, 102, 381, 518-19; 13:398, 399, 421, 443 

(1769), 7:70; 12:864 

(1772-73), 12:1000, 1019; 13:619 

Indian methods, 13:194-95, 200, 206 

jelly gargles, 7:234-35 

Johnson's orders for, 5:831; 6:236, 775 

Keyser's pills, 8:1125; 12:977 

Lancaster practice, 4:882 

lime water, 6:705 

Lockman prescription (1748), 1:182 

from Lindner (1763), 4:174 

from London, 4:8S9 

madhouses, 13:181 

magic in, 12:448 

medicinal oil, 5:757-58 

military hospitals, 1:484, 539, 856-57; 2:101 

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Index 

Medicine, 

military hospital boats, 3:59, 93, 94, 95-96 

missionary practice of, 5:781, 839; 7:25, 600, 879 

mustard, 7:375 

for New Jersey troops, 1 : 483 

Nitri Dulcis, 3:916 

Peruvian bark, 8:181, 236; 12:446 

pine bud tea for kidney stone, 13:205 

prices, 8:845-47; 13:187, 347 

Quaker doctor for Kindarunty, 3:924 

Quincey's Dispensatory on, 4:328 

rattlesnake venom antidotes in combating plague, 12:446-47 

rum for broken ribs, 12 :288 

salt or oil in snakebite cure, 13:191 

saltwater, 6:300, 316; 7:106; 12:475 

Schrodel prescription (1746?), 1:45-46 

scurvy grass, 7:375 

sea-bathing, 6:180, 187, 200, 204, 209, 405, 410, 452; 7:13; 8:197, 836, 
838, 888 

Shuckburgh shipment (1761), 3:377 

slave lying-in, 7:563 

snake root, 6:682, 683-84 

spas, 5:630, 631, 659, 661, 685, 693, 695, 721, 757; 6:249, 278, 279, 304, 
314, 410, 482, 745; 7:631-32; 8:179, 258; 12:515n; 13:180 

spa water bottled, 7:431, 466, 781, 1092, 1108; 8:200, 206 

steam inhalant, 4 : 8 

sudorifics, 4:15 

surgeon for Mohawks, 4:426, 434; 11:195 

surgery, 8:461 

Turlington's (Thurle ton's, Lurlinten's) drops, 1:275, 300; 7:825; 13:567, 
568, 589, 619 

vaccination, 4:617; 6:508-509; 7:14, 938; 8:523 

Vals and seltzer waters for kidney stone, 12:1030-31 

vomitics, 13:184 

Wade on physician's qualifications, 5:140-41 

wine, 5:572 

wound-dressing, 7:375 

See also Sickness 
Mediterranean Sea, 7:430 
Meecham, Samuel, 2:89 
Megwadaashe (Christina chief), 12:835 
Mehamie Indians, see Miamis 
Mehecanders, see Mahicans 
Mehekan, 11:218 

Meier (Meyer, Miers), Heinrich (Hendrick, Henry), 3:342; 4:112, 146 
Meier, Salomon, 3:342; 4:112, 146 
Meier, Salomon, Jr., 4:311 

Mejors, see Myers, Hyam (exhibitor of Indians) 
Meldram, George, 5:830 
Meldron, , 11:853 

Melmin, ,12:1011 

Meloise, de, 2:21, 23 

Meloshe, Frank (Detroit Frenchman), 10:985, 986; 13:317, 318 
Melton, Hendrik, 1:873 

Menards, (interpreter), 4:435; 10:779 

Menhaniyo, 2:715 
Menis, 1:650 
Menk, . 11:78 

Menominees (Folles avoines) : 

certificate of esteem (1764), 4:499 

Chippewas and, 4:493; 10:523, 525-26, 705; 11:807, 835 

Chippewa attack (1763) on Michilimackinac, 10:781, 782, 787; 11:289 

Foxes and, 11:302 

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French domination, 1:389, 431, 910; 2:512-13; 4:740 

French-Eng-lisli rivalry to fortify the |Ohio, 1:916-17 

Gorrell and, 10:699-703, 710, 714 

Green Bay murder (1769), 7:47 

Michilimackinac conference (June, 1765), 11:805, 807, 809 

at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:472, 478, 481, 484, 487-88, 511; 11:267, 273, 
274-76, 278-81, 288-89, 336 

numbers (1762-63), 4:244; 10:450, 545 

Rogers embassies, 5:369, 764 

trade, 10:700-701, 703, 710, 714 

Villiers message (1763), 10:S19-21 

war belts (1767), 5:751, 755 
Mentes, Jacob, 5:575 
Mentford, , 7:147 

Menzies, Robert, capt., 3:990n 
Menzies, Thomas, lieut., 3:960 
Mercer, , col., 8:1066 

Mercer, James F., lieut. col., 2:393 

autograph, 9:xiii 

death of, 9:533 

on Indian conduct at Oswego (1756), 9:454 

Oswego relief (1756) and, 2:431-32; 9:395, 413, 418-19, 422, 431, 432, 
485-86 

fall of Oswego and, 2:547, 564, 649, 661; 9:395 
Mercer & Ramsay, 4:643, 716, 737, 809, 841, 851; 5:35, 139; 11:930 
Merchants, see Trade; and see specific firm names and specific individuals 
Mercier, de, French mareehal, 2:20, 22; 13:140 

Merckel, Henri B., Jr., 8:655 
Merckel (Market, Markel, Merchell), Heinrich (Hendrick) : 

accounts, 8:1095; 12:645, 668, 737, 898, 926, 1002 

as Road Commissioner, 7:214 

subpoena in Klock case, 4:146 
Merckel, Henrick, Jr., 6:95-96; 7:1044; 8:333 
Meredith, , 3:377 

Meredith, Hugh, lieut., 3:404n 
Meredith, William, 7:840 
Merit, John, 13:54 
Merkle, , 8:333 

Merselis, Gerrit, see Marselis, Gerrit 
Mershe, , (counselor), 3:823 

Mescoriling Indians, 11:745 
Mesquepatatha (Shawnee), see Red Hawk 
Messague Indians, see Missisaugas 
Messenoek (Miami chief), 3:208, 210 
Messigger, Abraham, 3:606 
Messonville, see Maisonville, Alexander 
Mestral, Lewis de, lieut., 3:243n 
Metalwork : 

bell-casting, 8:769 

brass, 1:311; 2:60.".; 7:885; 8:1003; 13:474, 554 
bullet moulds, 2:630 
cannon, 8:460 
harness, 6:593 
in Johnson Hall inventory (1774), 13:647, 650, 651, 652, 655, 657, 658, 

659, 660, 664 
wire, 2:571, 587, 590, 604, 617, 628; 10:391; 13:401, 402, -I0M 

copper, 1:311; 13:658, 660, 664, 665 

gold, 2:578; 4:813-14; 11:801-802 

on Indian medals, 4:453; 5:20, 187, 346 

Indian trade and, 7:717, 825 

iron and steel, 6:533; 7:10:;2; 8:39, 43. 1053, L095: 12:738, 900, 925, 947, 
1002, 1019; 13:587, 609 

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Index 

Metalwork, 

ax iron, 8:990 

Fort Ontario supplies (1769), 12:745, 746 

Gale enterprise, 12:611 

for grist and saw mill, 8:763, 902, 985, 1110-11, 1127, 1128, 1154-55 

Hasenclever on, 11:622, 623, 649 

iron-casting, 4:208-209, 866; 6:425; 7:426w; 11:3 

in Johnson Hall inventory (1774), 13:648, 649, 651, 652, 658, 659, 660, 

662, 664, 665 
Johnson trade (1738), 13:2 
prices, 7:193, 258, 491-492, 559, 1033-34; 8:245-46, 335; 12:720; 

13:337, 338, 340, 364 
sheet iron, 8:164, 471 
wire, 8:51, 61 
lead, 6:299; 13:554 

pewter, 7:623; 13:565, 578, 651, 658, 660 
silver, 5:86, 527; 7:622; 9:27; 13:258 

Albany Indian fraud (1770), 12:860, 862 
gorgets, 12:150 
hat ornaments, 13:597 
Indian medals, 12:265 

in Johnson Hall inventory (1774), 13:653, 662, 665 
in Oswegatchie fur trade (1757), 9:696, 699 
prices in skins, 10:990-91; 11:991 

smiths, 2:591, 599; 5:70, 604, 848; 6:606, 775; 8:1082; 12:166 
Wabash Indian trade, 11:576, 626, 627 
steel (See Metalwork, iron and steel, supra) 
tin, 13:538, 648, 654, 659, 660, 663, 664 
See also Smiths 
Metasneechav (Delaware), 6:559 
Metcalf, , Misisqui Indians and, 13:617 

Metcalf, , (a surveyor), 7:78, 122, 974; 8:1179 

Abenaki land claims and, 8:840 
Albany County map (1772), 12:939 
Metcalfe, George, 12:1027ji 
Metcalfe, Simon, 12:1027n 
Metholahetha (Shawnee chief), 11:723 
Metrall, , (Lewis de Mestral?), lieut., 3:123, 127 

Meut, , ens., 13:271 

Mexico, 1:445; 6:426; 7:428 
Mexico, Gulf of, 1:445; 6:196; 10:978, 979 
Meyer, Hendrick, see Meier, Heinrich 
Meyer, Jacob, see Mayer, Jacob 
Meyer, Joseph, 7:808 

Meyet, , Clark murder (1768) and, 12:507-508 

Meyricks, James, 12:158 
Meziere, T., 5:133 

Mhuttauweh, Josiah (Stockbridge Indian), 4:893 
Miami River, see Maumee River 
Miamis, Fort, 3:301w, 316, 525n, 551, 552 

"bloody belt" delivered (1763) at, 4:95-100; 10:688-89 

communications, 11:7 

Detroit siege and, 4:670, 671; 10:691, 693-94, 715 

French inhabitants near, 5:573 

French removal (1764) from, 4:299 

garrison (1761), 10:295; 13:250, 252, 253 

Indian attack (1763), 4:182; 10:730, 731-32, 743; 13:294-95 

Jadot murder (1767), 12:323 

location, 13:439«, 

Pontiae (1768) at, 13:457-58 

slave trader from, 11 :404 

Spanish attack threat (1768), 12:586 

trade regulations, 3:533-35, 605; 4:443; 5:658; 12:411 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

trader attacked (1768) near, 6:121-22 
Miamis (Mehamies, Twigh twees) : 

attack plans (1765), 11:740, 744, 745, 763, 784, 803, 811, 838, 851 

Bouquet expedition and, 4:607 

Bradstreet Treaty (1764) and, 4:531, 600; 11:341, 351, 798 

Morris reception, 11:369-72, 376, 391 
Caghnawagas and, 8:527 
Ohenussio Council (1762) and, 3:699 

Cherokees and, 4:97; 7:163; 8:349, 374; 12:689, 1079-80 
Oouagne and, 4:786; 11:811 

Croghan and, 3:823; 4:625, 824, 848; 11:664, 833, 841, 982; 13:414 
Delawares and, 3:763; 10:867, 891; 11:104, 132 
Delaware peace treaty (1765) and, 4:770, 799 
Detroit alliances, 2:794; 3:502 
Detroit French conference (1758), 2:794-96 
Detroit siege and, 4:403, 670-78 
Detroit soldier abducted (1765), 11:784, 795, 851 
English flag request (1751), 9:82 
English sympathies, 2:788, 812; 9:892; 12:917 
expenses (Fort Pitt, 1769) in behalf of, 6:663 
Fort Augusta attack plans (1763), 10:753, 867, 891 
Fort Duquesne French garrison and, 2:775; 9:540 
at Fort Ontario conference (1766), 12:28 
at Fort Pitt Conference (1760), 3:208-17, 337 
French and, 2:512-13, 6Sln, 775, 788, 794, 795-96, 812; 4:299, 740; 11:498, 

765; 12:544; 13:100 
French-Spanish alliance and, 12:602 
Gage message (1764), 4:596 
Huron visitor (1766), 12:169 
Hutchins visit (1762), 10:52Di, 526, 528, 545 
Iroquois alliance, 1:389, 431; 2:794-96; 9:93 
Iroquois belt (1762) on Newkirk murder, 10:563 

Iroquois "bloody belt" (1763) delivered by, 4:95-100; 10:688-89; 11:618 
Iroquois Council (1773) on, 8:762 
Iroquois messages (1773-74) by Kavashuta, 8:899, 1012, 1086; 12:1044-46, 

1055-56, 1057-58; 13:686 
Iroquois peace (1765-66), 11:846, 847-50, 882; 12:144 
Michilimackinac threat (1763) and, 4:169 
Mingo belts (1764), 11:371, 399-400, 470 
Niagara Congress (1764), 11:244 

Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:475; 10:325-29; 11:797-98 
numbers, 4:245; 8:895, 896; 10:545; 12:931 
Ohio Eiver murders and, 6:434 
Onondaga Council (1757) and, 2:664 
Onondaga Council invitation (1772), 12:1050 
Ottawas and, 4:756, 816; 9:81; 10:867, 891 
Ottawa Council (1762) and, 10:534 

Pontiae and, 4:528, 553-54, 625; 5:76, 205; 11:820, 899, 907; 12:228 
Pottawatomiea ami, 6:729, 730; 12:500 
prisoner return (1765), 4:768 
recruitment of, 2:828, 838-39 
Shawn. rs and, 1:431; 4:387, 390; 6:750; 10:57S-79; 11:104, 206; 12:1015- 

46, 1054, 1056 
smith for, 10:528 

trade, 3:495, 597-98, 600-601; 5:523; 8:340; 11:765, 811; 12:544 
trade regulations and, 5:546-47, 657, 809, 811 
Villiers message (1763), 10:819-21, 823 
Wabash alliance (1769), 7:79, 184; 13:434>i 
Wabash massacre of buffalo hunters (1768), 6:326 
Wabash peace council (1772), 8:667-68, 670 
Wawiaghtenhook group, 2:681 
Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:7, 260, 261, 343 

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Index 

Miastagvva (Chippewa), 8:796 

Michael (Indian), 2:395, 396 

Michael ("little Miss"), 1:205 

Michan, John, 5:621, 662 

Michel (Lorrette Indian), 7:159 

Michicawiss (Chippewa chief), 12:544-45, 562-63, 645 

Michigan, Hutchins' map, 10:521n, 659 

Michigan, Lake: 

as boundary of Illinois colony, 5:328 

exploration, 10:285, 294, 319; 13:228 

French trade (1767), 13:461, 462 

Indians near, 4:244; 7:872; 8:343 

Iroquois land claims, 10:973 

Michilimackinac trade and, 6:51-52, 319; 13:447, 452 

navigability, 3:502, 523 

Niagara Falls and, 11:341 

trade north of, 5:566; 12:411 
Michil, Isaac, 4 : 159 
Michilimackinac : 

accounts, 4:304-305; 5:380, 549, 553, 667 

Balfour's Indian Conference (1761), 3:537-45, 645 

Bostwick visit, 6:251; 7:48-49, 791-92; 12:651 

Chippewa attack threats (1765), 11:739-40, 765, 804-809, 838, 839, 982, 989 

Chippewa circulation of French war belts (1772), 8:501-502 

Chippewa delegation (1768) to Johnson, 12:560 

colonization proposals, 7:539; 13:450, 456, 460-64 

copper prospectors and, 8:122-24; 12:859 

Detroit communication, 13:290 

English deserters (1760), 10:194 

English possession (1761), 10:282, 295, 326 

Etherington command, 3:911; 10:556 

fortification, 3:422, 525; 9:81-82 

French plan to retake, 6:774 

French removal (1764) from, 4:299 

French retreat route (1760), 10:168 

Gage dispatches (1767), 13:439 

garrisoning (1761), 10:295; 13:250, 252, 253-54 
(1764), 11:340-41 
(1767), 5:474 

Grlasier command (1769), 12:755 

Howard journal (1764-65), 11:696-98, 869 

Hutchins visit (1762), 10:523, 526, 545 

Illinois country acquisitions (1764) and, 11:737 

Indian agent at, 3:552 

Indian attack (1763), 4:169, 180, 182, 476, 509; 10:694-97, 744; 13:295 
Ainse conduct in, 6:525-28, 675-76 
Chippewa involvement, 4:482, 484, 811 
Indian offer of submission, 4:417, 482 
Ottawa account at Niagara Congress, 11:270-71, 287 

prisoners rescued by Ottawas, 4:180, 466, 467, 471, 474, 488; 5:378; 
6:348, 349; 10:777-78, 779-86, 787-89, 802, S03, 806-807, 829, 834, 
837, 858, 881; 11:263, 266-67, 269, 277, 284, 289 
re-establishment (1764), 4:383, 395, 443 

Indian attack threat (1766), 5:331, 339; 12:227-28 

(1768), 6:275, 327-28; 12:491, 492 

(1769), 6:782; 7:55 

(1771), 8:7 
Indian deputation (1761) to Johnson at Niagara, 13:239, 240 
Indian murdered (1770), 7:802, 898, 929 
Indian provisions (1765), 11:589, 941, 958 
Indian quarrels (1768), 12:547 
Indians near, 3:323, 395; 4:200, 244, 415, 418, 427, 777; 8:117-18; 13:209 

372 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

interpreters for, 5:442-43; 7:48; 11:397, 808; 12:75-76, 100, 450-51, 731 

Jesuits at, 11:336 

Johnson's instructions for conduct toward Indians, 3:473 

La Corne St. Luc visit (1773), 8:841 

map, 12:438 

mathematicians' passes, 6:645 

Menominee killed (1762) at, 10:705 

Montour at, 3:301, 316 

Ottawa-Chippewa conference (1765), 4:803-808 

Ottawa River and, 1:553 

Ottawas and, 4:192, 466, 467, 472, 474-75 

La Force visit (1768), 6:348-49 

Johnson messages (1770), 12:839 

Rogers council (1766), 12:199 

outpost maintenance, 5:30; 6:313; 11:23 
Pottawatomie meeting (1766) with Rogers, 12:193-94 
Rogers command: 

appointment (1766), 5:viii, 15, 31, 80, 232, 337, 338, 677; 12:1-2, 3-4, 
11-12, 17-18, 161; 13:380 

appointment certification, 8:567 

charges against, 5:629, 632-34, 638-40, 651-52, 692, 764; 6:259-60 

confinement for treason, 6:250, 259-60, 288-89, 302, 318-20, 332-33, 353, 
395, 409, 428, 467, 512, 525; 12:438-45, 449-51, 479-80, 489-90, 491, 
521, 522, 5S8 

Detroit traders' memorial (1767) against, 5:819-20 

Indian councils of, 5:235, 369; 7:389n; 12:193-94, 199 

instructions, 5:9, 30, 94, 238-39; 12:1-2, 34, 100 

Johnson opinion of, 12:9-10 

quarrel with commissary, 5:689-92, 770, 850 

removal, 5:693, 701 
Rogers relief (1760) of, 3:294, 301; 10:201, 206, 209 
smith at, 4:296-97, 442-43; 7:207-208, 702; 11:808; 12:75-76, 483-86, 716- 

17, 731, 765 
Spiesmacher command (1768), 12:451n, 502, 732 
Tenth Regiment (1772) at, 8:520 
trade: 

Canadian, 11:243, 285 

colonial, administration of, 12:054, 710, 720-21, 731 

commissary for, 5:80, 146, 201, 442-43, 444, 614-15, 730, 764; 6:x, 186; 
7:146-47; 12:23, 70, 76, 100, 106, 120-21, 162, 2S6, 509 

dependencies, 13:447, 451 

in Detroit trade report (1767), 12:398-400 

Du Charme, 4:511, 516 

establishment (1761), 3:395, 495, 539, 544-45, 605, 645; 4:202 

Howard, 4:781-82, 800; 5:755-57 

licensing (1770), 7:545-51 

Montreal trade and, 4:418, 526; 5:330, 365; 13:449, 451 

Niagara (1768), 12:650, 660-61 

Northern Indian interest in, 4:789-90, 833-34, 837, 839 

with Pottawatomies, 8:252 

regulations (1767), 12:247, 342, 414; 13:423, 424 

reopening plans (1764), 11:269, 280, 284, 286, 287, 326 

Rogers plan for, 5:238n, 399; 6:34, 43-58; 13:447-64 

Silvestre project (1755), 1:511 

smuggling (1767), 5:632-34, 638-40, 692, 711; 7:S03-80(;. L054; 8:616 
17, 634-35, 641, 660, 693-96, 1007; 12:342, 35.1, 356 57, 492 

tax plan (1769), 6:763 

Toronto trade and, 3:942-43, 969; 5:244-45 

trader circulation of wampum belts, 13:281 

wintering restrictions: 

Howard attempts to enforce, 4:802-803, 810, 815-16, 849, 870-71, 
878; 5:458; 6:199; ll:S05-806 ; 814-15, 816-17, 825-29, 834-35, 

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Index 

Michilimackinac, 

879-80, 902-904, 915, 966, 981 
protests against exemptions (1767), 5:655, 658, 809, 811, 828 
Quebec government opposition to, 5:130-34, 148-49, 179-81, 524; 
12:57-61, 65-66, 71-72, 77-78, 86-87, 90-91, 105-106, 112, 180, 
186-90 
violations, 5:370, 391; 12:135, 161-62, 212, 247; 13:630-31 

Turnbull at, 7:731 

Wait relief of, 3:404 

war belt circulation (1774), 13:670 

Western Indiau conference plans (1767), 12:386 

Western Indian covenant chain stored at, 11:311 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:7, 190 
Michipicoton, 8:124; 12:411; 13:448 
Michtagh (Delaware Chief), 3:567 
Mick, , Denniston overseer, 8:443 

Mico, Otis (The Mortar— Creek chief ), 5:234; 12:99 
Middagh, , lieut., 3 : 65, 68, 69, 74, 75, 79, 80, 102 

Middle Creek, 12:419, 432 

Middlesex County, England, 7:68ft, 839; 12:848; 13:22 
Middleton, ,1:5 

Middleton, (of South Carolina), 8:191, 192, 235 

Middleton, Dr. Peter : 

autograph, 9:xiv 

Banyar on, 1:578, 580, 677, 876; 2:37 

court of inquiry on disorderly conduct 2:248, 253, 268, 276; 9:286-87, 288, 
289, 290, 295, 296-97 

Dieskau and, 2:41, 44, 45, 46-47; 10:117ft 

Frazier and, 4:207 

introduction of a namesake, 8:191, 192 

on Johnson's health, 2:69, 141 

land affairs (1768), 6:296, 617, 635 

Masonic membership and, 5:223, 286, 308-309 

sick lists from, 1:766, 859 

Upton land purchases and, 6:471, 538-39, 617, 635 
Middletown, Connecticut, 11:255 
Mien, (printer), 7:241 

Mier, , china flower pot order, 7 : 10 

Miers, John, 7:661, 662 
Mifflin, John, 2:524; 9:743 
Mightaham (Mahican chief), 10:945, 948 
Mightanian (Wyaloosing), 11:106 
Mihicanders, see Mahicans 
Mikel, Dinah, 4:155 
Mikmac Indians, 7:127ft 
Milch, Molly, 11:487 
Mildmay, William, 1:262ft 
Milds, Elijah, 1:877 
Miline (silversmith), 5:70 

Militia, see Army 
Miller, Miss , 9:473 

Miller, Mrs. (Johnson's Albany housekeeper) 2:761 

Miller, , 4:658 

Miller, (of East Hampton), 8:891 

Miller, (of Elizabethtown), 8:291, 298 

Miller ("Johnson's factor"), 1:26, 250, 329, 570, 581, 897 
Miller, (Philadelphia printer), 7:1150 

Miller, capt., 1:292 
Miller, , lieut., 2:140, 396; 9:95, 96, 98 

at Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1756), 9:347, 355, 357, 362 
Miller, ,maj., 2:250 

Miller, Aaron, 5:542, 663, 664; 7:559 
Miller, Abraham, captain on the Hope, 8:206, 242 

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Miller, Beverly, 11:489 

Miller, Daniel, 3:602; 13:274, 275 

Miller, Finlay, 5:381 

Miller, Fr., pork trade, 13:398 

Miller, Godfred, 10:234 

Miller, H., 5:813 

Miller, J., capt., 8:914-15 

Miller, Jacob: 

lands, 3:369, 374 

in Niagara campaign, 3:90 
Miller, Jacob (prisoner at La Chene), 3:380; 10:247-48, 262, 285 
Miller, Johanness, 1:363 
Miller, John, 2:89 
Miller, John, 5:332 
Miller, Margaret, 11:489 
Miller, Richard, lieut ., 1 : 712 

Miller, Richard, sheriff of Albany, 1:293, 309, 373, 416, 418n; 9:52n, 98-99 
Miller, Robert, 1:166 
Miller, Stephen, 2:241 
Miller, Thomas, 1:219 
Miller, Thomas, capt., 7:562, 670; 12:901 

on the Britannia, 7:708, 718, 737, 895, 933, 996, 1014, 1039, 1063, 1071, 
1123; 8:249, 358; 12:786 

on the Edward, 5:599, 641, 664 

on the Maria, 2:473, 482, 483 
Miller, Fort: 

Kayaderosseras and, 6:342, 343, 400-401; 12:535, 567, 573 

location, 12:573m 
Mills, , 1:711 

Mills, capt., 1:350-51 
Mills, lieut., 1:206; 9:90, 355, 362. 384 
Mills, David, lieut., 3:99Di 
Mills, John, lieut., 2:393n; 9:421, 441, 459 
Miln, Rev., l:6n 
Miln, John, 3:401, 633, 640 
Milne, Edmund, 12:265 
Milton, John, quoted, 2:266 
Milton, John (Albany resident), 8:352 
Milwayte, Miehilimaekinac dependency, 13:447 
Minettiwabv, arc Minitowa.be 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 6:51; 10:709n, 712-13 
Mimnack, 9:80 

VMinavavana (Grand Rautour, Rota — Chippewa chief): 
death of, 8:117, 213 

English attack threats, 4:169; 7:949; 11:838, 982; 12:228 

on English parsimony, 5:714 

at Fort Ontario Congress (1766), 12:113 
Minden, 3:145w 
Minnas (Toweahesseax) , 7:952 
Mingoes (Five Nations of Reioto Plains; Ohio Senecas) : 

attack threats (1769), 7:96-97; 12:722 

Bouquet Muskingum conferences (1764), 11:447-67 

Bouquet Tuscarrowas conferences (1764), 4:570-71; 11:435-47 

Bradstreet Treaty of L'Ance aux Eeuilles (1764) and, 4:504, 507; 11:507 

Cherokee messages (1768), 6:224-25 

Cherokee murder of traders (1774), 12:1090-91 

Cresap murders (1774) and, 12:1098-99, 1100, 1111 L5 

Delaware land claim- and, .'!:77 ( .>, 780, 817 

Delaware-Shawnee conference (Croghan, Fort Pitt, Dec, 1767), 13:437, 
444-46 

Delaware Shawnee conference (Johnson Hall, Nov., 1768), 12:632-35 

Delaware-Shawnee-Huron conference (Croghan, Fort Chartres, Aug.-Sept., 

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Mingoes, 

1766), 13:408-10 
Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace treaty (1765), 4:665, 782, 793; 11:577, 625 

761, 815, 861, 896; 13:378 

deputies, 4:770; 11:458, 466, 475, 519, 565-66, 664, 725, 726, 736, 737. 
770 822 

peace offers (1764), 4:571, 585 

proceedings, 4:783; 11:810, 823, 831 
Delaware-Shawnee-Seneca conference (Mingo Town, 1767), 13:436 
Detroit attack (1769), 6:751, 776 
Fort Pitt conference (Croghan, May, 1765), 11:723-34, 736-38, 769, 791. 

842, 843 
Fort Pitt conference (Reid, June, 1765), 11:790-94, 796 
Fort Stanwix Treaty and, 7:96-97; 12:488, 490, 500, 632, 636, 648 
German Flats Congress (1770), 7:817 
Huron Conference (1769), 7:316 
Illinois Indians and, 8:661 

Illinois provision transport (1766), 5:235; 12:101 
Indian boundary line and, 6:205; 12:476 
Iroquois and, 4:586, 620-21, 624; 8:261 
Johnson Hall conference (Jan., 1774), 12:1044-61, 1114 

Kayashuta report to McKee on, 12:1091-94 
liquor trade prohibition request (1774), 12:1094 
Michilimackinac visit (1766), 5:280 

Niagara Congress circidation of war belts (1764), 11:369, 392, 399-403, 470 
at Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 13:254, 255 
Potomac drowning of white woman (1769), 7:97 
prisoner return (1764), Il:4:i0-G7passim, 484-91 passim, 498 
Red Stone Creek settler removal (1767), 12:367 
Scioto Council (1770), 7:992, 993 
Seneca relationship, 8:220; 11:470, 498; 12:367 

Iroquois attempts to recall migration, 12:1034, 1046, 1048, 1059, 1093; 
13:130, 641 
Shawnee punishment proposal (1774), 12:1054, 1056-57, 1093-94, 1099 
Shawnee trader warning (1773), 12:1032-33, 1034-35, 1039, 1046-47 
spies (1764), 4:518 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:259, 261 
Wyaloosing messages (1764), 11:208, 209 
Mingo Town, 11:212; 13:436n 
Minichesne, see Chesne, Meni 
Minillas, see Manila 
Mining: 

Canajoharie grant rights, 12:725 
cobalt, 5:15; 12:96-97, 301 
copper, 1:208; 4:364; 5:15, 321 

(See also Superior, Lake, copper mining enterprise) 
Cosby interest, 4 : 324 
gold, 6:451; 7:428 
Illinois, 5:321, 323, 327 
on Indian land, 12:242-43 

iron, 4:664, 724, 811, 866, 875; 5:321, 367; G:xi 
on Lake Champlain island, 4:540 
lead, 3:989; 4:335, 811, 855; 11:72; 13:193 
limestone quarrying, 12:343 
silver, 3:554-55; 4:364; 7:428; 10:209 
Vergereau interest, 5:456-57 
Minisink, New York : 

Delaware Council fire at, 3:568 
Delaware-Shawnee raids (1755-56), 2:359, 418 

(1763), 10:896; 11:175, 183 
Indian murder (1766), 5:169, 194, 225, 418-22; 12:74, 95, 127, 170 

execution of murderer, 12:237, 415 
New York-New Jersey boundary line, 10:484% 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

patent, 2:873-74, 8S0; 4:832 
road, 10:530 

prisoners returned, 4:415; 10:875 
Seneca-Delaware attack threats (1757), 2:743; 9:853 
Minisink Indians, see Munsees 
Minitowabe, 8:787-90; 11:697 
Minnett, , capt., 3:378 

Minoe Ono (Chippewa chief), 4:804, 807 
Minorca, 2:473, 485, 531-32, 540 
Burton's regiment in, 11:700 
English fleet (1771) in, 7:1156 
Minot, James, 2:103, 249, 316 

Council of Provincial Officers and, 2:304, 335; 9:312; 13:70 
on wagons for removal of sick from Lake George, 9:311-12, 318 
Mires, Jacob, see Mayer, Jacob 
Mirrie, Robert, maj., 3:991n 
Misere (Ste. Genevieve), 5:373ra, 469; 12:228 
Mishe, Moses Moye, 2:440 
Mishis, post house of, 13:623 
Misimilinaack, see Michilimackinac 
Misisqui Indians, see Abenakis 
Miskatiwa, 8': 222 

Misonville, see Maisonville, Alexander 
Misquibelahihe (Shawnee), 12:629 
Missarung (Onondaga), 13:146-47 
Misshanamokana, 6:25 
Missionaries: 

to Abenakis, 4:811; 5:707 

and abuse of Indians, 3:376; 4:756-59 

Canadian clergy establishment proposal (1764), 4:299, 306, 309, 313;5:t;c, 

408 
Croghan and, 8:1065 
among the Delawares, 2:454; 12:305-306 
education and : 

civilizing influence, 3:331, 345; 5:222, 388, 407, 433, 511-14, 529-30, 531, 

779, 846; 7:600-601, 878; 11:741; 12:26-27 
Graves offer, 3:5.1s 
mission school site selection, 4:23, 812-13; 5:390, 392, 403, 407, 439, 440, 

447, 461, 685, 838, 843; 6:66-67, 414 
Shirley offer to Senocas (1756), 2:410-11 

Societv for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, program, 
5:221, 222, 383, 388-91, 392-93, 102-404, 406-408, 410, 426-27, 433, 
436-38, 439-41, 446-47, 455, 461, 502, 508, 511-14, 529-30, 531, 533, 
553-54, 586, 622-23, 683-85, 775, 779, 780-81, 801, 822, 837-39, 845, 
847; 6:18, 28 29, 67-68, 226-27, -111. 456-57, 528, 812; 7:4, 290-91, 
588-90, 841 
Wheelock college foundation (1765) for support of, 11:859-60 
Wheelock testimonial, 3:826, 903 
English support, 4:442, 734, 812; 5:.»\ 221-23, 432-34, 438, 460-61, 462, 
465, 510, 513-14, 847; 6:165, 457; 7:358, 392, 516 
Johnson proposals to stimulate, 7:504-506, 5,S1 s5, 601-602, 746-50, 761- 

66; 8:44 
New York province quit-rents and, 7:963 
Royal, 1:233-31; 4:812; 5:4:17: 6:456 
French Indian land rights, 3:638, 665 
French influence counteraction, 9:398 
Indian boundary line and, 6:442, 464. 172. 492, 513 11, 529 ::o. 538, 542-43, 

590, 609; 7:13, 177; 12:598-99, 657, 675, 692, 748-50, 91!) 
Indian prayer readers, 9:52, 53-54 
Iroquois conversion and, 4:4412, 540; 5:684; 6:545; 7:747, 762, 764; 9:6::, 

117; 12:2 11. 350 
Jesuit (see Society of Jesus) 

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Index 

Missionaries, 

Johnson on, 3:331; 4:240; 8:229-31 

for Johnstown (See Johnstown, minister for) 

Kingsborough, 10:250 

Michilimackinac priest (1763), 10:696-97 

among Mohawks, 1:641-42; 2:85%, 410-11; 3:48, 589-91; 4:23, 814; 5:221, 

695,779; 6:85; 7:239,588; 12:885; 13:194,416 

Canajoharie, 3:365-66; 5:389, 392, 843; 6:414, 464-65, 711; 7:543; 
8:928; 10:241-42, 367-68; 12:1079 

at Fort Hunter, l:6nj 4:16-18, 47-48, 544; 7:265, 544, 841, 875; 6:544, 
710-11; 7:566 

Inglis and, 7:357-59, 746-47, 748, 761, 875-79, 962-63, 966, 1026 

Johnstown, 5:838-39, 843; 6:12, 18, 26, 28, 67-68, 78, 293; 6:544, 710; 
13:417 

Philadelphia students, 7:812 

Schoharie, 1:130 
Muskingum, 5:570-71 
New Eochelle, 5:407 
Niagara, 5:149 

Niagara Congress offers to "Western Indians, 11:339 
Nova Scotia, 3:555; 5:221, 577-78; 7:964 
in the Ohio country, 8:618-20, 1159 
Oneida blacksmith and, 8:30 
among Oneidas and Tuscaroras, 3:437, 585-86; 5:389, 392-93; 6:29, 774-75; 

7:589n, 749, 877-79; 10:220-21; 11:741; 12:145n 

wampum request mislaid (1764), 11:387-88 
among Oquagas, 3:872-73; 9:715-16, 718; 10:515-18; 11:42-43, 47-49 
ordainment, 5:432, 433, 463, 466, 695, 775, 838; 6:27, 81, 415, 455, 517, 543. 

545, 682, 685, 711; 7:102, 169, 247, 291, 392, 543, 566-67, S12; 8:544 
to Oswega tchies, 3:394 

parsonage lands, 3:643; 4:2, 17, 47-48, 182; 5:389-90, 393; 6:28-29 
qualifications of : 

charges against Thomas Brown, 6:75-76, 84-85, 457 

cheerfulness, 5:845-46; 6:67 

for civilizing Indians, 5:511, 531; 7:600-601, 602 

deportment, 5:409, 410, 415, 428, 553; 6:67; 7:102, 272; 13:415 

difficulty of, 5:622-23, 695-96, 775, 780-81; 7:4, 169, 265, 393 

education, 3:557, 569, 864; 5:440, 572, 604, 779, 781; 6:191, 517, 518, 
543, 545; 7:247-48, 291-92, 296, 301, 310, 516, 518, 602, 811-12, 878; 
10:729 

endurance, 5:437, 466, 531; 7:25; 8:257-58 

Jones' credentials, 8:618-20 

•narriage as part of, 6:17-1S; 7:309 

maturity, 7:248, 281 

Murray credentials, 5:822; 6:414-15, 521-22 

prudence, 6:74, 78-79, 457 

residency, 6:11-13, 79 

Thomson credentials, 5:569 

of Wheelock's ministers, 7:748-49, 762, 765, 877 
salaries (See Salaries, missionary) 
to the Senecas, 4:598; 5:390, 392 

Smith plan for Indian settlement and conversion, 5:510-14, 528-32 
at Stockbridge, Massachusetts, 1:233-34 
threatened capture of Kirkland, 6:774-75 
town incorporation rales, 6:706 
See also specific religious groups, e.g., Society of Jesus; and see individual 

names 
Missiqui Pallathe (Shawnee), 3:208, 210 
Missisaugas: 

arms for, 4:617, 638; 11:539 
Bradstreet Treaty (1764) and, 4:532, 533?i, 548n 
at Cadaraequi council (1762), 3:754 
Caghnawaga message (1763), 4:192 

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Cayugas and, 2:375; 9:85, 86, 214 

Glaus conference (La Chine, July 1773), 12:1027 

Detroit siege (1763) and, 4:164, 195; 10:861 

peace offers, 4:200, 441, 449; 10:955; 11:220; 13:299 
Detroit threat (1769) and, 6:750 
English loyalty, 1:277, 550, 654, 662-63, 009; 2:389; 4:195, 260; 10:137- 

38, 150* 
English recruitment (1759), 10:126-27 
expenses in behalf of, 5:344, 364-65; 8:530; 12:760, 857, 867, 868, 999, 

1000; 13:714, 717 
Fort Johnson peace treaty (1764), 4:544, 551 
Fort Ontario visit (1766), 12:200, 210, 211 
French sympathies, 12:591, 592-93 
Frontenac French Indian meeting (1762), 10:422, 425 
at German Flats, 3:245; 9:723-24, 726, 775, 776-77 
at German Flats Iroquois-Canadian Indian Congress (July-Aug., 1770), 

7:817; 12:830-35, 838 
hats for the chief s. 7 : 980 ; 13:495 
Iroquois and, 3:405; 10:3 

at Iroquois Congress (Fqrt Johnson, July 1755), 9:194 
Johnson Hall conference (June, 1765), 11:810 
Johnson Hall conference (Aug., 1768), 12:590-93, 647 
Johnson Hall visit (1764), 4:516; 11:354-56 
Johnson Hall visit (1769), 7:21 

Johnson's Niagara journey (1764) and, 4:446; 11:13 
Johnston (Capt. John) among, 8:286-87 
in King George's War, 9:16, 25 
Lake Erie traders attacked (1763), 10:723 
location, 4:330, 331 
mail routes through country of, 4:300 
Montreal visit with Claus (July, 1768), 13:465-66 
Niagara attack threat (1764), 11:163 
Niagara conference (1767), 5:698 
Niagara conference with Farquhar (Aug., 1759), 3:131-32, 136-39, 142, 143, 

273; 13:125, 128, 129-30, 131 
Niagara Congress (1764), 11:246, 354-55 
Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761), 3:441, 512, 513, 514, 521; 10:321, 324: 

13:221, 229, 231, 240 
at Niagara French Indian Congress (1756), 9:415 
Niagara surrender (1759) and, 13:119, 120, 124, 148 
Niagara visits, 4:286; 6:566; 7:484; 11:1, 711, 716, 757 
Onondagas and, 9:781, 784, 824, 903 

message (1762), 10:506-507, 512 

Oswego murder (1767), 12:349 
Oswegatchie and, 3:820; 4:293, 355-56, 368 
Oswego conference plans (1756), 9:452 
prisoners, 2:647; 4:432, 441 
Ramsay murders of, 8:482-86, 495-97, 499, 512-13, 514-15, 524, 528, 551-52, 

562, 630; 12:967, 969-70, 975-76; 13:714 

reprisals, 8:496-97, 499, 519-20, 584; 12:963, 964, 1005 
Russeau St. Jean among, 8:212 
Saint Lawrence obstruction (1763), 10:869, 895 

Senocas and, 5:758, 759; 6:64n, 106, 112; 9:947; 10:721; 12:336; 13:428 
Shirley and, 9:374-75; 2:374 
slave child of Van DrieserTs, 1:260 

threat of general Indian War and, 4:221-22; 6:334, 354 
trade with, 3:239, 240, 251; 4:212; 10:145, 861-62; 11:355; 13:119, 130 
Mississippi Indians, 4:887; 8:S43; 11:223; 12:54, 622 
threats of uprising, 11:740; 12:549, 558 
■See also specific Indian groups 
Mississippi River: 

English control of, 3:415; 5:474, 475, 486, 489, 504; 6:195-96 

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Index 

Mississippi River, 

English troop movement on, 4:453; 8:50; 11:243 

Fraser journey (1765), 11:647, 881 

French attack rumors and, 4:275; 6:111-12; 10:640; 11:370, 384, 392, 61S, 
697; 12:388 

as French-English boundary, 5:741, 744; 7:949; 8:705-706; 10:652, 660; 
13:412, 461 

Indian emigration over, 4:303, 424; 5:109-10; 6:334; 12:44-45; 13:410 
Paris Treaty (1763) on, 3:949, 955; 4:34, 45, 81, 180; 10:792; 11:8 
Spanish possessions on, 4:303-304; 8:195; 12:236, 255, 587 

French Indian lands on, 12:67 

French Indian trade: 

(1762), 3:941; 10:578-79 

(1763), 4:276; 10:858, 881 

(1764), 4:295, 568-69, 609; 11:365 

(1765), 11:826, 988 

(1766), 5:322, 323; 12:39-40, 188, 190, 226, 229, 236 

(1767), 5:486, 489, 504, 521-22, 654, 657; 6:49; 13:410-12, 413, 461, 462 

(1768), 6:xi, 194-97, 327, 336, 394, 525, 541; 12:509, 587 

French settler removal (1771), 8:341-42 

French- Spanish Indian congress, 6:447, 472, 519 

Illinois colonization and, 5:322, 323, 475; 6:195-96; 11:8 

Indians in English sympathy (1764), 11:497 

Iroquois land claims, 10:972 

Lake Superior and, 5:711n 

Loftus expedition, 4:336, 433-34, 445; 11:223 

Lyman on, l:670n 

Missouri River and, 5:753 

Phyn journey down, 5:681 

Rogers plan (1768) to escape via, 12:440, 444, 449, 479 

Spanish fort on, 12:932 

war belt distribution (1772), 8:645-46, 679 

"West Florida boundary, 10:979 
Mississippi Valley: 

boundaries, 3:523 

Cherokee and, 3:336; 8:339-40 

colonization, 1:670*1, 917; 8:249, 434 

Couagne in, 1:325 

Coxe land claim, 6:572 

English fortification of, 4:44 

expedition (1762), 3:878, 902 

Fort Pitt attack threats (1760) from, 10:174 

Frazer expedition (1765) and, 4:799 

French fortification, 1:446, 552, 748; 3:200, 338, 886, 8:x; 10:723 

French Indian intrigues (1762), 10:435, 567-68 

Hopkins' French regiment in, 6:774 
Missisque Bay, 8:840^; 12:1027 
Missiweakiwa (Shawnee chief), 3:208, 210 
Missouri Indians: 

Oroghan messages (1766), 13:412 

English relations, 4:799-800; 5:578; 6:390-91 

Fort Ohartres trade, 13:426 

Spanish and, 8:841; 12:1027-28; 13:622 

Villiers message (1763), 10:819-21 
Missouri River, 4:885; 13:203 

Spanish forts on, 5:753-54; 12:602; 13:622 
Mitchegamies, 5:660 
Mitchel (Mitchell), Abraham (of Mitehel, Dundas & Co.), 4:264, 266, 270, 

271; 7:1023 

trade losses, 6:289n; 11:565 
Mitchel, Hill, 3:175 

Mitchel, Dundass & Co., 6:290%; 11:614 
Mitchell, Andrew, 3:178; 13:502 

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Mitchell, Hugh, 13:503 

Mitchell, Thomas, 4:632; 5:339, 342; 11:614 

Bouquet expedition and, 11:450-51 
Mitchell, Thomas, trader murdered by Shawnees (1767), 12:375 
Mitchigami Indians, 13:414 

Mloliksin, Joliannis (Stockbridge Indian), 4:893 
Mobile, The: 

Ohoctaw-Chickesaw conference (1765), 11:802-803 

Choctaw-Chickesaw Congress (1772), 8:418 

English garrison provisioning from, 12:44, 254-55 

French settlement, 4:674; 13:203 

Mississippi trade and, 10:858; 13:412 

Phyn journey to, 5:680-82; 6:196 
Mobile Bay, 5:681 

Modelena (Mohawk), 3:152, 156, 158 
Moffat, , capt., 10:909 

Moffatt, John, 6:640 

recounts, 3:926-27; 4:251; 5:786-87; 6:33; 7:297 
Moffatt, Dr. Thomas: 

on Boston riots (1768), 6:405-406, 410, 452-53, 482 

Chew and, 6:266, 272; 7:72 
Mohawk (vessel), 10:146; 11:254 
Mohawk River: 

Albany county division and, 7:20, 300, 357 

Canada Creek and, 6:223 

Canajoharie land claims, 10:571-72 

Canajoharie patent and, 6:771; 10:248-49 

Oary land on, 8': 157 

Cohoes Falls, l:170n 

Delaware branch, 6:736-37; 8:300, 348, 383, 384 

ferrying charges (1768), 12:644 

Fort Johnson distance from, 13:185 

French threats of closing, 1:200; 2:676 

French use of, 2:787, 845, 849 

Glen-Hanna-Wempel purchase (1771), 8:225-26, 232 

Great Lakes and, 6:28 

Hansen patent and, 6:352-53 

Gordon (Lord Adam) lands on, 12:251 

Ilardenbergh patent and, 7:718 

Hartwick patent and, 10:234 

Johnson (Guy) land grant, 10:418 

Johnson (John) and, 12:252 

Johnson's land holdings, 1:4-7; 3:732; 4:78, 89; 6:296; 12:1067, 1068, 
1069, 1074 

kVnipe land claim on, 7:122-25, 164-66 

Lake George camp and, 2:178 

Mahican scalping parties (1760), 10:171, 173 

militia on, 1:281 ; 2:867-68, 885, 886 

Niagara attack and, 2:886. 887 

Nine Partners Patent (Schoharie to Mohawk Village), 12:835-36. 854-55 
875, 1067, 1068 

Oneida land sales (1766) on, 12:204, 205, 290-91, 657-58, 659, 684-85 707. 

Preston tract addition (1772), 12:983, 988 
Oswego road, 13:151 
Oswego siege (1756) and, 9:426 
Queensborough and, 1:432 

rangers on, 2:760, 763, 769, 809, 818, 837-38, 840, 886; 9:426, 428 
Hacondaga patent and, 12:829 
Shuckburgh land on, 3:959; 4:10, 92 
smuggling (1761) on, 10:289 
storehouses on, 1:579 

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Index 

Mohawk River, 

supply transport on, 2 : 683 

Tryon perfects purchase of lands on, 8:562, 563 
Mohawk River Valley: 

agricultural methods, 13:186, 188 

burial customs, 13:185, 202 

com crop (1769), 6:709, 742 

fortification of, 2:740, 759, 760, 762, 767, 810, 844; 3:14, 16-17 

French attack threats: 

(1746-49) 3:993" 9:54-55 

(1757), 9:605-606, 611, 627, 634, 642, 643, 665, 681-83, 817, 856, 867; 
13:101-102, 103-104 

(1758), 9:917, 918, 920-21, 925, 930, 932, 941, 952, 956; 10:3-7, 9, 10, 
14, 15, 19-20, 22, 23-25, 26-28, 29, 57, 66, 76-77, 78; 13:111 
game, 11:563-64; 13:186, 187, 195 
German settlers in, 1:239, 439; 3:343; 9:146-47, 166 
harvest of 1768, 12:717 
harvest of 1770, 7:789 
Indian attack threats (1763), 4:165, 171, 173, 177-78, 179, 182, 187-88, 201, 

215-16, 231-32, 235; 10:869 

(1764), 11:24-25, 76, 86 
Johnson (Warren) view of, 13:186-92 
justice appointments, 3:604, 609, 622, 648; 12:768 
land speculation, 5:199, 311; 7:168 
land survey (1760), 3:292-93, 297, 306-308, 311-14, 326-27, 366, 368, 369, 

373, 417, 418-20, 572-73, 583-84, 595-96, 602-603, 615-17, 633, 665-66 

(1769), 6:649-50 

Canajoharie claim, 3:674 

Collins, 3:613-14, 619, 649, 651, 943; 4:113-14, 116, 140, UlAGpassim ; 
10:337, 572, 575, 993-94 

Cosby tract, 3:944 

Vaughan, 6:24-25 
price, levels (1760), 13:186, 188 
settlers (1764), 4:577 
Warren estate, 13:1-3, 723-25 
winter (1760-61), 13:186-87, 195, 197, 198, 199-200, 201-202, 203-204, 205, 

206, 207-208 
Moliawks (Mohocks) : 

on Amherst military actions (1763), 10:895-96 

Amherst visit (1759), 10:125, 127, 128 

ammunition request (1761), 10:246 

artisans among, 4:697 

Barnard prayer book edition for, 13:300 

Bouquet expedition and, 4:517 

Bradstreet recruitment (1764), 11:214, 361, 376 

Bradstreet's Treaty and, 4 : 610 

Caghnawagas and, 1:146-51, 160-61, 490, 595-96, 639, 643, 644, 753, 792, 

883; 2:378-79; 4:180; 9:6, 68, 220; 13:189, 633 

emigration, 11:400 
Canadian invitation (1755), 9:161 
Canadian scalping trips: 

(1756), 9:488-89, 490, 529, 530 

(1757), 9:780, 781, 782, 784-85, 792, 795, 802-803 

(1758), 9:907-908, 914, 916, 936 
Caner edition of the Church service, in Mohawk, 8:1039-40 
Catawbas and, 1:259, 261, 271, 278, 369, 378, 641n; 9:37-38, 61, 70, 94-95, 

109; 12:965 

messages (1758), 9:886-87, 960-61 
catechism, 3:363 

Catholic, 8:210w (See also Caghnawagas) 
on cattle thefts (1758), 9:966 
Chenundadies and, 10:147 
Cherokee-Iroquois peace negotiations and, 11:932-33, 942; 12:394, 456, 473 

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Cherokee message (1758), 9:900, 946-51, 957-60 

Cherokee visit (1757), 9:804-806 

church for, 6:13, 28; 7:213, 248-49, 250, 265, 282; 8:x, 928 

Clinton and, l:104n, 170, 199-201, 231-33, 271, 377-78; 6:310n; 9:6, 39-40, 

54-56, 61, 105, 108-109, 179 
clothing disbursement, 10:49, 59; 11:111 
condolence ceremonies : 

for the English Man, 12:97 

for Gowehea, 12:122, 126, 139 

for murdered Onondagas (1766), 12:125-26 

Oneida-Tuscarora, 2:665 

for Peter Warren, 9:102-104 

for Squasheutter, 11:821 

for Thomas's uncle (Oneida), 5:274 
conferences : 

Abenaki (Fort Johnson, March 1762), 10:412 

Albany Committee (Johnson Hall, Dec. 1773), 8:936-37, 943, 949, 954- 
68, 976-77, 979-80, 981-82 

Albany Committee (Johnson Hall, 1774), 8:1105-1107, 1120-21 

Caghnawaga (Caghnawaga, Julv-Aug., 1767), 12:344 

Easton Council (1758), 2:770; 10:44, 48, 60-61 

Fort George (1755), 1:452-54 

Fort Pitt Indian Conference (1768) and, 6:162 

Fort Stanwix Congress (1768), 6:243, 4:',6; 7:184; 8:962, 967; 12:600, 
606, 618, 619, 621, 622, 628, 629 

Geneseo (1762), 3:701, 704 

Geneseo (1763), 4:64, 67, 71, 75; 10:630, 634, 653 

German Flats (1763), 10:725-26, 746, 752-53, 756-57, 771 

Guy Park (1768), 12:502-504, 504-507, 515-16, 529-43, 549 

Hardy's Albany Council with, 2:92-94, 99, 125-28, 131 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Iroquois Congress (1757) and, 9:596, 608, 616, 
619-20, 621-22, 623, 705, 719, 729, 733, 736-37, 743, 745-48, 749-51, 
753-57, 761-62 

Iroquois (Fort Johnson, May- June, 1755), 1:625-41; 9:174-79, 186, 189, 
203-204 

Iroquois (Fort Johnson, Dec. 1755), 2:387; 9:328-29, 333-34 

Iroquois (Fort Johnson, Jan. 1758), 2:777 

Iroquois (Fort Johnson, May 1758), 9:879, 880, 882-83 

Iroquois (Fort Johnson, Jan. 1762), 10:356 

Iroquois (Johnson Hall, April 1762), 3:694-95, 700-701, 704-705, 714 

Troquois (Johnson Hall, Sept. 1762), 10:501, 502 

Iroquois (Johnson Hall, March 1763), 10:623-25, 626-36 

Iroquois (Fort Johnson, Sept. 1763), 10:801, 82S, 855 

Troquois (Johnson Hall, Dec, 1763), 11:24 

Troquois (Johnson Hall, Jan., 1764), 11:24, 34-35 

Troquois (Johnson Hall, March 1764), 11:135, 142, 149, 151, 156 

Iroquois (Johnson Hall, Jan., 1767), 12:259-60 

Johnson (Moses' house, March 1748), 1:900-903, 912 

Johnson f Mount Johnson, Feb. 1750), 9:60-61 

Johnson (Fort Johnson, July, 1753), 9:108-109 

Johnson (Fort Johnson, May 1756), 9:463-70 

Johnson (Fort Johnson, March 1760), 3:201 

Johnson (Fort Johnson, March 1761), 10:22.".-26, 236-42 

Johnson (Johnson Hall, May, 1764), 11:205 

Johnson (Johnson Hall, Sept., 1764), 11:358-61 

Johnson (Johnson Hall, April, 1768), 12:644 

Johnson (Johnson Hall, Aug., 1768, on Kayaderosseras), 12:572-78, 646 
(See also Kavadernssoras) 

Niagara Congress (1764), 4:481; 11:253, 276, 295, 309 

Niagara Detroit Congress (1761), 3:475, 480-82, 488-89, 490-91, 521, 
704-705; 13:215, 242, 257, 258, 264 

Oneida (Fort Johnson, Dec. 1758), 10:65-66, 69, 70 

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Index 

Mohawks, 

Oneida (Fort Johnson, 1762), 10:480, 482, 483 

at Onondaga Council (1756), 9:451-52, 462, 468, 469-70 

Onondaga Council (1757), 2:695; 9:634, 661, 674, 784 

Onondaga Council (1758), 2:823, 830; 9:880, 882-83 

Onondaga Council (1759), 10:81, 86, 88 

Onondaga Council (1762), 3:932, 961, 978, 980; 10:586, 587, 588, 596, 
623 

Onondaga Council (1763), 10:651, 663, 770 

Onondaga Council (1774), 13:681, 6S6, 688 

Onondaga-Delaware (July, 1768), 12:645 

Oquaga (Johnson Hall, 1769), 12:688 

Oswego (Aug. 1759), 3:131, 137, 138-39; 13:137, 138, 139, 154, 155, 157 

Philadelphia, with Morris (1754), 9:148 

Susquehanna Indian (Fort Johnson, Feb. 1756), 9:348, 349, 354-55, 357, 
359 

Susquehanna Indian (Johnson Hall, Oct. 1763), 10:896 
corn harvests, 3:218, 219; 4:777; 12:344, 345 
Crown Point (1755) expedition and, 1:506-507, 512, 516, 522, 524, 603, 

753-54, 797, 882-83; 2:11, 80-81, 86-87, 92-94, 125-28, 206, 238, 289; 

9:238, 278, 299, 820 
Crown Point visit (1759), 13:152 

Delaware peace treaty (1765) and, 4:649; 11:558-59, 577, 650, 659 
Delaware-Shawnee uprisings (1755) and, 9:328-29, 333-34, 374, 382 
Detroit siege (1763) and, 4:281, 293, 370; 10:724, 725, 766, 767, 803 
as "door" of the Six Nations, 9:747 
drowning of chief (1773), 8:1092 
English sympathies of, 1:357-58, 4'25, 431, 559, 566, 664; 4:180, 251, 272; 

11:195, 359 
Esopus Indians and, 9:425, 435, 440, 463-67, 470; 10:8S7 
exhibited in London (1765), 4:687, 753, 760, 772-73; 8:935, 1008-1009; 

11:754, 772, 774 
expenses in behalf of : 

(1755-56), 2:566-646p«ss/m; 3 : 150-80passim 

(1757), 9:645, 646, 647, 649, 650, 651, 652, 653, 655 

(1764), 13:509 

(1769), 12:736, 758, 762, 797, 798; 13:519 

(1770), 12:801, 803, 869, 897, 898 

(1771), 12:899, 944 

(1772), 8:556; 12:998, 1000, 1017 

(1773), 12:1019 
fire (1769), 12:736 
Fishkill families of, 2:477-78 
Fort Augusta defense (1757), 9:736 
fortification. 1:276-77, 280, 316, 453-54, 484, 602, 605, 631, 753-54, 841; 

2:127, 293, 297-98, 378, 410; 9:179, 219-20; 13:90 

British troops to garrison, 2:480, 551, 559; 9:334, 354-55, 416, 428, 461, 
498, 507, 509, 517, 527, 535 

expenses for. 9:205 

iSacondaga, 9:140, 299 

soldier abuse (1758) of, 13:104-107 

(See also Fort Hunter) 
Fort Hunter fire (1773) and, 8:753, 778 
Fort William Henry attacks (1757) and, 2:885; 9:666-67, 672, 809-11, 

819-22, 826 
French and, 1:199-200, 276-81, 431, 489-90, 627, 629, 632, 644, 744, 751-52 

753-54, 882; 2:52, 293, 297-98, 325, 384, 682, 707, 721, 736; 8:956, 967; 

9:37, 109, 129-30, 161, 176, 178, 203-204 
French European victory rumors (1757), 9:795 

French threat of Lake George attack (1756), 9:528, 529, 530, 534-35 
French threat of Oswego attack (1756) and, 9:429, 435, 437, 446, 448-49 
German Flats alarm (1762), 10:477 
Great Carrying Place French Indian raid (1756) and, 9:414 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Great Carrying Place trading house for, 9:965 

Hardenbergh patent and, 6:781; 7:323 

Hartwick and, 2:417 

hunting, 9:475 

Hurons and, 3:500, 701, 704; 8:743; 12:122; 13:624 

Iroquois neutrality (1757-58) and, 9:824, 902 

Iroquois threat (1761) to the English, 3:343, 439-40, 466-67, 510, 519; 

13:238 
Jere murder and, 2:533-34 
Johnson funeral and, 12:1064 
Johnson guard (1763), 10:775 

Johnson's Indian superintendeney (1753) and, 9:108 
Kelly's interest in, 1:582-83 
Kindamnty's death, 10:69, 70, 74 
King George's War and, 1:54, 61, 84, 94, 95, 96, 107, 131-32, 136, 175-77, 

175ft, 195-96, 226, 231-33, 900-903; 9:4, 6, 15-30passim, 34 
Kingston, New York, Corporation petition to, 2:418-19 

land claims, 3:429, 630; 5:309, 528; 10:760; 12:538, 688, 747; 13:215-16, 
328-29 63° 
Albany, 3 ^610 ; 4:4-5, 239, 465, 747; 8:410-11, 567-69, 685-86; 9:153, 

159; 10:225; 11:767; 12:541-42 
Canajoharie-Klock dispute protests, 3:339-40, 364, 562, 603; 10:755, 

756-57, 828; 12:167-68, 169, 333 
Catskill, 5:65-66 
Hudson River, 6:6-7 
hunting lands settlement protests, 11:554-55, 605-607, 625-26, 651, 678- 

79, 688; 12:126-27, 259 (See also Kayaderosseras) 
Indian Affairs policy and, 3:409-11, 618-19, 622-23, 682; 4:208, 239; 

5:773, 790-91 
Indian boundary lino and, 6:6; 8:9C2, 967; 11:766-67; 12:321, 502-507 
Jossup grant (1771) and, 8:4-5, 198, 227-28, 311-12 
Kayaderosseras history, 4:360 (See also Kayaderosseras) 
Kempe grant and, 7:123-25, 164-66, 201-202 ;' 12:233 
Lawyer tract and, 12:297-98, 302, 304-305, 315 
Lords of Trade and, 3:293, 338; 4:398, 464-65, 576; 5:477, 545; 

11:984-85; 12:248-49 
New York Assembly Act (1768) to secure, 12:638 
prices (1766), 12:170, 192 
Saratoga, 10:799 

Schenectady, 4:65-66, 87; 10:555-56, 622, 638-39 
Stockbridge Indians and. 5:544; 12:272, 603-604, 618, 973-74 
survey (1761-67), 3:292-93, 207-98, : > ,06-308, 312-14, 418-20, 426-27; 

5:395, 57.1 
Susquehanna, 10:416-17 
Tenfkendocta (Chuctenunda), 3:732 
threat of Indian War (1763) and, 4:176 

Tiennonderoge (Fori Hunter), 8:567-69, 936-37, 943, 949, 954-68, 976- 
77, 979-80, 981-82, 990-09, 1014-15, 10.10, 1036-37, 1053-56, 1087, 
1105-1107, 1120-21 
village and planting grounds, 6:310, 493, 521, 535; 7:262; 8:4in 1! 
Wetfierhead and, 6:268-70 
liquor trade and, 9:905-906; 11:368 
McMicke] murdeT (1758) and, 10:86, 88, 97 
Mahicans and, 2:836-37; 3:259; 9:850 
memorial to the King (1705). 4:856, 858 

ministers to, 1:6ft, 130; 2:410-11; 3:48, 365; 4:814; 5:838 39; 6:12, 414, 
464, 544, 545, 710-11 ; 13:194, 416, 417 
Andrews application, 7:239, 248-49, 359, 588 
Barclay, 3:366, 589-91 ; 6:292; 10:242ft 
Brown request for reinstatement, 6:76, 78-79, 84-85 
government salaries for, 7:358 
Hall refusal, 8:182, 257-58 

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Index 

Mohawks, 

Iroquois conversion and, 5:389-90, 392-93, 695, 843; 6:28-29, 67-68, 293; 
7:357-59, 746-47, 748, 761, 875-78, 962-63 

Murray, 6:17-18, 67 

Ogilvie, 1:641-42; 2:85w; 4:16-18, 47-48; 6:292; 10:241 

Philadelphia students, 7:812 

Seabury appointment, 6:17-18, 293?r, 544 

Smith excursion (1763), 4:23 

Stuart application, 7:543, 544, 566, 588, 841, 966, 1026; 12:885k 

Wheelock school and, 4:814; 5:221, 779-80; 11:339, 961-62 
Mohawk River defense (1757), 9:810, 819-22, 857 
Mohegans and, 4:459; 11:258 

Montreal expedition (1760), 10:180-81, 251-52, 254; 13:173-75 
"national" status of, 8:958, 960, 967, 996, 1036-37, 1054-55 
Newspaper descriptions, 10:975 
Niagara Carrying Place attack (1763), 10:855 

Niagara expedition and, 1:755, 777, 784-86, 807-809, 841-42; 2:376-78 
Niagara surrender (1759) and, 13:121 
numbers : 

(1760), 13:194 

(1763), 4:240, 245; 10:878 

(1770), 7:876-77 
Oneida message (1775), 8:1202-1203 
Oswego relief (1756), 9:424 
in Oswego troop (1760) census, 10:175 
Ottawa messages (1761), 10:362 
Paumittuna.useu Indians and, 1:142-43 
Pennsylvania murder (1766), 12:41-42, 52-53, 74 
as Pontiac prisoners, 10:814, 891 
prisoners, 2:80; 4:363-64; 9:39-40, 42; 11:98 
recruitment (1756) by Canaghguasse, 9:488-89 
recruitment (1758) for Ticonderoga attack, 9:923-25, 936-37, 944, 945; 

10:11-13, 31, 37-38 
recruitment (1763), 10:717-18, 719 
recruitment (1764), 4:313, 337, 338; 11:53, 236 
Schoharv Indian petition (1771) and, 8:22 
schools for, 1:234, 353-54, 358; 4:814; 5:389, 392-93, 403, 427-28, 838-39, 

843, 845; 6:18; 7:3; 11:555; 13:194, 300 

reading taught by Petrus Paulus, 9 : 53-54 

schoolmaster appointments (1763-68), 5:437, 728, 779, 847; 6:294, 414, 
531; 10:935-36 

schoolmaster appointments (1769-73), 6:685, 747; 7:3, 290, 574, 693; 
8:928 
scouting, 2:818, 9:625-26, 633, 637, 638, 641, 767, 862, 864, 894, 918; 10:99, 

100-102, 105-107 
Seneca murder of Frenchmen and, 8:1091; 12:1029 
Shawnee message (1765), 11:526-27, 531 
sickness among, 13:187, 199, 207, 238 
Spanish settlements and 3:877 

Stockbridge Indian relationship, 1:125-26; 3:660; 9:913 
surgeon for, 4:426, 434; 11:195 

Susquehanna purchase and, 1:400; 3:714; 9:142, 148 
Susquehanna settlement attempts (1702-63) and, 3:661; 4:66, 67, 71, 74-75, 

77, SO, 81, 106, 123; 10:651, 652, 667 
threat of general Indian War (1770) and, 7:652 
Tryon and, 8:556, 562 

warning (1757) against the uppeT nations of Iroquois, 2:667-68 
Warren (Sir Peter) present in 1739, 13:28 
Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:7, 76 
Mohawks, French, see Caghnawagas 
Mohegans (Mohagans, Mohigans) : 
Christianity of, 12:1117-18 
Connecticut land claims, 2:837; 4:375-76, 743; 5:27, 459-60; 6:767-68 

386 



Sir William Johnson Pa pi rs 

agreement (1681) to pay for grants, 11:421-22 

defense of the governor and company (1764), 11:414-30, 484 

English embassy proposals, 5:463; 6:759-60 

surveys (1683-8*4), 11:422 

Tracy account of controversy, 4:455-61; 11:254-62 

English sympathies (1758), 9:899 

Johnson conference (Connecticut, 1768), 12:644 

Oneida resettlement (1773-74), 8':1202; 12:1037-38, 1060, 1119; 13:683 

petition to Johnson (1765), 4:727-28 

See also Narragansetts 
Mohican John: 

Hutchins visit (1762), 10:522 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771), 8:6-8, 10, 75, 251, 277 
Mohigon John (Delaware-Shawnee town), 11:212 
Mohikin Abraham, 8:256 

Mohkhowwow Weet (Stockbridge Indian), 4:893 
Mohoning (Delaware-Shawnee town), 11:212 
Moimeua, Daniel, 9 : 654 
Moll, Adam, 1:187 
Molyneaux, , gen., 7:999 

Monbrore, , 4:760 

Monckton, Gov. Robert, maj. gen. : 

Albany sheriff appointment (1762), 3:951-52; 10:276, 310 

biographical sketch, 1:563??,; 3:229»; 10:149?; 

Canajoharie land claim inquirv (1762) and, 3:925, 934, 947, 948, 955, 973; 
4:3, 24, 25, 41, 42, 46, 50-61passim, 107-108, 117; 10:565, 570, 571, 572, 
574-75, 641 

Connecticut settlors in Pennsylvania and, 3:790-91 

Croghan assistants and, 3:302, 304, 329, 346 

Detroit expedition plans (1760), 10:163 

dogs of, 3:377 

Gage commission (1764) and, 11:500 

German Flats rumored destroyed (1762), 3:853, 856, 933 

Harper land grant, 11:117 

Indian Affairs expenses, 3:501; 10:149 

Johnson (John) and, 5:116 

Killbuck and, 6:114 

marriage rumors, 4:83 

Lake Erie blockhouse, 10:295 

Martinique expedition, 3:571, 582, 612, 625-26, 635, 656-59 
return from, 3:667, 668, 669, 682, 732, 749 

New York governorship, 3:352, 398??. 417; 7:181 ; 10:149n, 467, 495 

New York return (1763), 4:254 

Niagara garrison relief (1760), 10:174 

Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761) and, 3:507; 10:307 

Niagara settlement and, 10:322 

North American command and, 4:320, 340, 341, 383, 395, 613, 623 

Philadelphia merchants and, 4:265, 268 

Pittsburgh Indian Conference (1760), 3:268, 291, 293, 303 

Pittsburgh intelligence (1761), 3:323 

political affiliations, 4:320, 340 

portrait, 3:853 

return to England (1763), 4:87, 88, 169??; 10:726 

royal instructions, 3:618; 10:340-42 

Silver Heels and, 3:857 

Stockbridge Indians and, 4:25 

trial, 4:448, 454 

on vacancies in Johnson's regiment, 3:863 
Monoreef, John (carpenter on Johnson Hall), 13:304, 306, 307 -Upassim, 315 

Glaus house carpentry, 13:305 
Moncrieffe, Thomas, capt., maj. : 

American-British relations and, 4:775; 5:15, 32; 7:650; 12:4 12-13 

387 



Index 

Moncrieffe, Thomas, 

Detroit provisions (1763), 4:212-13; 10:863, 906 
in Duncan and Phyn accounts (1765), 11:674 
election of 1769 and, 6:611-12 
on Indian Affairs policy, 4:204, 377, 750; 10:813 
on Johnson (John) marriage prospects, 7:1143-44; 8:24-25, 729 
Mohawk River defense and, 10:37 

Niagara capitulation (1759) news, 3:108, 109, 111, 118 
Sogers Michilimackinac appointment (1766) and, 12:3-4, 11-12 
Money, Jacob, 7:463 
Money : 

Abercromby warrants for Johnson, 2:779, 837, 867, 88S; 3:5; 9.-S89, 892, 

907, 969-70; 10:2, 10, 14, 15, 16 
account statements (See specific creditors, e.g., DeLancey, Oliver) 
Albany storage (1767) of, 12:308 

Amherst warrants (See Amherst, Sir Jeffery, warrants to Johnson) 
for apprenticeship training, 8:920, 947, 1020 

bills of exchange, 7:766-67, 769, 1091, 1092, 1093-94, 1116-17; 12:254 
bonds, 1:20-21; 3:982; 5:384; 7:549-50 

Johnson bond to Clinton (1751), 1:316-17, 320-23, 324-25 

Johnson's, to Sir Peter Warren, 13:21, 33, 34-35, 36-37, 38, 39 
bounties, 3:257, 958; 4:336-37; 9:8; 11:31, 56; 12:420 
burial costs, 7:701; 12:646, 736, 758, 759, 763, 801, 857, 864, 897, 899, 

900, 1001 

Johnson's allowance for his own, 12:1064 

Warren will stipulation on, 13:22 
Canajoharie churchbuilding costs, 7:666-68; 12:655-56 
Canajoharie frolic costs, 1:785 
Clinton warrants, 9:5, 7, 9-11, 15-31, 35 
cobbling charges (1769), 6:697 
coins, 1:48, 838; 7:795 

colonial currencies, 5:79, 92, 100-1 02passim, 382 
compensation offered widow of murder victim, 5:419 
condolence money for frontier outrages (1768), 6:104-105, 107-109, 110, 

124-26, 136, 138, 140, 142, 143, 151, 155, 168, 181, 231; 12:425, 432-34, 

435-36, 453-54, 459-60, 461, 463, 468 
for conversion of the Indians, Johnson's estimate, 7:878-79 
counterfeit, 8:626, 676, 704, 1139; 12:1018 

"pewter dollars" attributed to Johnson, 12:745 
Counterfeiting Bill (1772), 8:372 
credit versus cash systems, 7:733-36 
debt collection for Johnson, 4:570, 572, 720; 5:196, 369, 667; 7:380, 571-72, 

646; 10:408-409; 11:556-57 

Davis complaint (1772), 8:375-76, 683-84, 699 
debtor accounts (1769 — anonymous), 7:31-40 
East India Company investments of Davis, 6:499-500 
Easton Council (1762) costs, 3:745-46 
English exchange rates (1772), 8:536, 599 
English pavment to the Northern Colonies (1763), 4:21S-19 
English poverty (1767-68), 5:768-77; 6:191-92 
English and provincial exchange values (1760), 13:194 
English shipment of, 10:111 
for entertaining Otterawana, 1:831 

entertaining Pontiac, 5:295-97, 298-300, 316-18, 362, 429 
for entertainment of London's Lord Mayor (1770), 7:540 
for Esopus Indian transport, 9:467 
expeditions against hostile Indians (1764), 4:371, 378 
Fort Chartres price levels (1768), 12:584 
Fort Duquesne expedition (1758), 2:812 
freight charges from London (1767) for John Johnson's baggage, 5:605, 

706; 7:561 
freight charges from London (1771), 12:901 
French plunder and trade indemnities, 12:594 

388 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Gage warrants (See Gage, Thomas, warrants to Johnson) 

gambling, 8:1021 

grindstone costs (1769), 12:761 

Haldimand warrants, 8:901, 904, 905, 913, 941-42, 1105, 1117, 1118, 1136, 

1166, 1167, 1170-71 
Havana expedition prizes, 4:448; 5:165 
house prices (1748?), 9:36 
house prices (1769), 6:724 
house rent in Montreal (1760), 10:190 
house rent at trading posts (1767), 5:807, 809; 12:284 
imprisonment for debt (See Legal procedure, imprisonment for debt) 
for Indian Affairs (See Indian Affairs, accounts of expenses; see also 

Indian Affairs, financial resources) 
Indian boundary council costs, estimate, 5:469, 486-87, 544, 646; 6:2, 6 
for Indian boundary line, 6:129, 137-38, 147, 184-85, 212, 435, 458-59, 475, 

505-506, 568-69, 583-84, 587-88, 602-603, 613, 632; 7:225, 591 
for Indian expedition up Mohawk River, 2:887 

for Indian recruitment in Seven Years' War, 2:867; 3:14, 16, 18, 29 
for an Indian regiment, 2 : 662 
interest on farm, 10:580??. 581 
investments of Johnson, 2:663, 696; 3:141, 508-09; 5:412-13; 7:784; 

8:xi, 115-16, 265, 402, 559, 575, 701, 793, 832-33, 1112, 1114; 12:1064 
Irish financial crises (1771), 7:1155 
Iroquois fund (1754), 9:126 
Johannes, 12:624, 714, 884 
Johnson (Guy) estate, 4::ri 

Johnson Hall inventory values (1774), 13:647-65 
Johnson's debt to Clinton, 1:316-17, 320-23; 9:76-77, 78 
Mohawk Conference (1772), 8:556 
for Mohawk fort construction, 1:484-85, 753-54 
for Mohawk b'ivcr survey, 3:293, 297, 306, 312, 417 
for Montreal campaign medals, 3:386 
Montreal sale of luxuries (1761), 3:309 
Moore estate, 7:173 

Nantieoke land claim expenses, 6:240, 255, 256-57, 264, 285 
naturalization fees, 7:1138-39 
for New Jersey, 4:174 
Newkirk debt to Johnson, 1:897 

New Orleans board and lodging for Croghan (1766), 5:422 
New York quit-rents, 7:963; 9:147; 12:704, 705, 712, 725, 740, 895 
New York City price levels (1760), 13:185, 188 
New York scarcity (175S), 10:15 

(1759), 10:111, 114-15 

(1763), 4:267, 311 

(1765), 4:845, 873 

I 1766), 5:14, 200, 216, 345 

(1767), 12:301 

(1768), 6:460 

(1769), 6:637, 689; 7:13, 15, 225, 237, 262-63: 12:727 

(1770), 7:554, 924; 12:822 

(1771), 7:1073, 1093-94 

( 1773), 8:807 
New York currency and Quebec exchange (1768), 12:650 
New York currency sterling exchange (1768), 12:588-89 
New York dollar exchange (1767), 12:346 
for Niagara Congress (1764), 11:276 

covenant chain cost, 11:310 
for Niagara expeditions: 

(1755), 2:230, 232-33 

(1759), 3:46, 47, 295 
Niagara expense estimate for one year (1766), 5:458 
Ninigret debts, 4:590; 11:408, 410, 11.". 

389 



Index 

Money, 

paper, l:263n, 607; 2:674; 4:432; 8:811 

bill (1764) abolishing- use of , 4 : 454 

Canadian issue (1760), 10:189-90 

French issues, 12:254; 13:198 

issuance (1767), 5:540, 549; 12:324n 
(1769), 7:157, 839 
(1770), 7:333, 753 
(1773), 8':704, 722 
Mortier offer (1765), 4:638 
Penn (John) expenses at Fort Stanwix Congress, 6:359 
Pennsylvania currency exchange (1765-66), 11:579, 646, 654-55; 13:390, 

399 
Philadelphia Traders' payment to Oroghan and Franks for representation in 

England (1763), 4:264, 268 
pistole prices (1761), 3:302 
plowing costs, 7:680 
postage costs (1747), 9:21, 22 

(1767), 6:62-63 

(1768), 12:645 

(1769), 6:765-66; 12:738, 739, 760, 800 

(1770), 7:562, 563, 564, 647-48, 688; 12:865, 870 

(1771), 8:176-77, 204; 12:900, 922, 925 

(1772), 12:947, 1000 

(1774), 8:1096 

franking privilege, 13:211 
present at Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1756), 9:377 
prices (See specific commodity) 
prices and government purchases, 6:299 
for printing of coat of arms, 3:viii; 4:8, 12, 31 
prisoner exchange costs, 1:211-12, 313-14; 3:710 
prisoner redemption purchases, 10:329 
rent paid in wheat, 3 :906 

reward offered for capture of Couagne and LaForce (1757), 9:831 
Eh ode Island "old tenor" and "lawfid money," 4:663ft 
on sale of French ships, 4:464 

Schenectady church-building costs (1767), 5:504-505 
scouting, 2:780 

seminary fund-raising scheme, 8:859 
settlement charges (1738), 13:1 
Shirlev debt to the Crown, 10:349 
Shirley's warrant (1755), 1:769; 9:267 
silver prices (1767), 5:527 
sled hire (1768), 12:406 
slooping (1758), 2:881 
Stanwix warrant (1758), 9:967, 969 
stock fluctuations, 3:896; 7:180; 8:52, 69, 98, 1061 
storehouse rentals, 8:1097; 10:637 
Susquehanna Company share prices (1762), 10:531 
terms of land purchase (Magin tract), 4:1-2, 39 
trade expenses, 4:556-63, 794-96; 6:50-53 
trade profit ceilings, 4:444 
travelling costs (1768), 12:402, 406 
Treasury retrenchment (1765), 4:667-68, 696, 699-700, 702-704, 707, 709, 

722, 724-25, 737-38, 780, 861; 11:604-605, 651-52, 681, 687 

(1766), 5:vii, 17, 94, 386-87 

(1767), 5:535-36, 547-48. 751, 754, 755 

(1768), 6:x, 281, 303, 313 

(1769), 6:652-53, 693, 709, 742 

(1770), 7:295, 328, 343, 361-62, 376-77, 412-13, 539-40, 606-607, 659, 
706, 707-708, 721-22, 731-32, 790, 988, 991 

(1773), 8:951-52, 978-79 
Warren estate claim, values (1754), 13:28-33, 36-37 

390 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

certificate of, 13:33-35 

See also Salaries; Trade; and see specific commodity, e.g., Meat, pork, prices 
Mongamik (Chippewa chief), 12:491 
Monguagon (Indian), 5:643 
Monier (Monear), John, 4:855; 5:645; 7:605; 12:992-93; 13:480 

autograph, 8:xv 

bill for organ freight, 8:944 

com orders, 6:485 

ear-bobs mended, 8:1082, 1120 

Esopns provisions, 7:394-95 

Farringer and, 7:687, 695-96 

goods storage, 8:539, 582, 643-44, 763, 772-73, 775, 1046 

land purchases, 6:671 

money shipment, 8:574, 1109 

Mortier and, 7:695, 758 

pork orders, 8:1119 

postal affairs, 6:532; 7:30, 687-88; 8:462-63 

accounts, 5:534, 552; 6:765-66; 7:647-48; 8:176-77, 204-205; 12:923; 

13:481 
damaged letters, 8:1109-10 
delivery regulations (1772), 12:960-61 
New York City post and, 8:984, 1002, 1082 
rider regulations, 8:53S-39 

shippers' freight bills, 8:1029, 1046-47, 1069, 1082 

on slave for sale, 8:1100, 1110 

wine for Fonda workmen, 8:708 
Monocatootha (Iroquois Oneida Half King), see Scaroyady 
Monockahickon (Delaware), 3:804, 816 
Monoghquit (Indian chief), 8:271-72 
Monongahela River: 

catfish of, 13:196 

French capture of fort (1754) on, 1:403, 406, 919, 920 (See also Fort 
Duquesne) 

Indian boundary line and, 6:5 

Indians murdered (1766) on, 12:12:; 

Red Stone branch, 5:375** (Set also Red Stone Creek) 

Virginia settlements, 5:525, 535, 785; 6:86; 9:208; 12:367, 380 
Monroe (Munroc, Monro, Munro), George, lieut. col., 2:811; 9:843, 847, 636, 

638, 640 
Monroe (Monrow), Samuel, 4:820-21; 11:884-86 

petition to Johnson (March 1765) on arrest, 4:73S; 11:630-31, 734-36 
Monsell, James, 7:181 
Monsell, William, lieut., 7:70; 8:847 
Monserratt, , 1:34 

Montague, Lord Charles, 7:173-74 
Montany, Jacobus, 4:541 

Montaigny, , capt., Niagara surrender (1759), 13:115 

Montauk (Montock) Indians, 8:891, 1202; 12:644; 13:683 
Montauk Point, Lon^ Island, 8:878 79, 885-86 
Montcalm, Louis Joseph dc Saint Verran, Marquis de: 

Acadian silver and, 3:554 

Amherst and, 3:128 

Brest squadron and, 2:532?) 

code of civil law, 4:285 

Fort Ed-ward capture, 13:203 

Fort William Henry campaign, map, 2:728 

map of country between Crown I'oinf and Albany, 2:740 

at Oswego, 2:'091?i 

Oswego siege plan, 9:504 

Plains of Abraham, 5:708; 13:153-54 

plans of attack, (1757), 2:718; 9:789-90 

portrait, 3:129 

391 



V 



Index- 

Montcalm, Marquis de, 

Roubaud and, 3:279n-80n, 285 
Tieonderoga march, 2:786, 791 
Monte, P., 5:169 
Montesson, de, 2:20, 22 

Montgarrett, lieut., 9:533 

Montgomerie, Gov. of New York, 8:937n 
Montgomery, col., silver mine of, 10:209 

Montgomery, R., 8:471 

Montgomery, Archibald, col., 2:801; 3:991n 
Montgomery, Richard, capt., 4:570; 11:383, 391-92, 399 

commission, 4 :555n; ll:372n 
on Iroquois refusal (1764) to attack, 11:374, 391 
Sandusky court of enquiry (1764), 4:555; 11:372 
Montgomery County, New York, 8:936/t 
Monthly Review (periodical), 1:375 
Montmorency Falls, Quebec, 13:632 
Montmoulin, Rev., , 13 : 624 

Montour, Andrew (Hemy), capt.: 

accounts, 2:678; 3:329-30; 5:86; 11:689; 12:557, 642 

Bradstreet expedition and, 4:411-13, 415, 416, 430, 437; 11:525, 537, 543 
examination of, 4:549-50; 11:369, 472 

brother-in-law, 9 : 871 

Butler (Thomas) and, 9:620, 621, 625, 661, 674, 701-702 

Campbell and, 4:617; 13:341 

Canestio expedition, 4:321-22, 324, 336-37, 344-45, 349-52, 354, 374, 392-94, 
399, 400, 403, 405-406, 417, 427, 512; 11:51-52, 74-76, 86-88 
Achsinnessink orders, 11:85 
pursuit of fleeing Delawares, 11:128-29, 132, 159, 162 

Clapham greetings (1756), 2:521, 522 

at condolence for Abraham, 9:601 

Croghan orders, 3:500, 734, 741; 5:120; 12:375 

Delaware-Shawnee uprisings and, 2:370, 414, 427, 438, 440, 443, 444 

Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace treaty (1765) and, 11:597, 823 

at Detroit Indian conference (1760), 10:199, 202, 205 

Easton Council (1756), 9:527, 566 

at Easton Council (1758), 2:878, 896; 10:48 

at Easton Council (1762), 3:768, 769, 776, 777, 778, 783, 847; 10:396 

father of, 4:712 

ferry service fraud and, 7 : 685 

at Fort Augusta, 3:925; 5:384 

Fort Duquesne expedition and, 3:4 

Fort Pitt journey (1766), 12:62 

Fort Stanwix Congress, 12:625, 627 

Fort William Henry attack (1757) and, 9:809, 811, 817, 819 

French Margaret's patent, 7:335-36, 568 

German Flats Oneida murders (1757) and, 9:798 

German Flats raid (1757) and, 9:859, 863 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster meeting (1757), 9:595, 727, 728, 729 

on Indian unrest (1757), 2:700 

at Iroquois conferences (Fort Johnson, 1758), 9:879, 885, 946 

at Iroquois conference (Johnson Hall, Jan. 1764), 11:26 

at Iroquois Congress (Fort Johnson, 1756), 9:356, 364 

Johnson draft (1762), 10:558 

at Lancaster Treaty (1762), 3:874 

Lyle and, 4:104 

at Michilimackinac, 3:301, 316 

at Mohawk conference (Fort Johnson, 1756), 9:463, 467 
(Fort Johnson, Jan., 1758), 13:104 

Niagara-Detroit Congress (1761) and, 3:354; 13:247, 251, 252, 253 

Niagara journey (1764), 11:172, 173, 181, 185, 189, 196, 197-98, 208 

at Oneida (1757), 2:759, 763; 9:68S, 692 

at Oneida meeting (Fort Johnson, 1757), 9:831, 835, 847 

392 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Onondage departure (1757), 9:601, 662 

at Oquag*a conference (Fort Johnson, 1757), 9:714 

at Oquaga conference (Johnson Hall, 1764), 11:46 

Oquaga recruitment (1758), 9:908, 942 

Pennsylvania mission (1758), 9:951, 967, 969 

Pennsylvania mission (1760), 10:139, 148-49 

poverty and integrity, 4:272 

salary, 3:877, 914, 923; 9:057; 10:520, 560, 638; 12:732, 804 

scalping party under, 9:494 

Scaroyady preference for, as interpreter, 9 : 164 

seeds request, 10:150 

Senecas and, 2:428; 13:88 

Shawnee Council of 1767 and, 5:701, 738 

son of, 7:1000; 10:148?i 

with Stanwix (1759), 3:183, 185 

on the Susquehanna, 3:663; 4:110-11 

at Ticonderoga attack, 2:886 

"Wade (Ferrall) and, 4:299 

wife of, 9:634 

Montour, John (son of Andrew), 4:417; 10:148; 11:689, 690 
Montour, Louis, 2:522; 9:804 
Montour, Sarah, 3:997; 10:481; 12:357 
Montreal, Canada, 1:185, 212, 298, 772 

Amherst expedition (1760) against. 3:237n, 267-68, 272-73; 10:179, 664; 

13:144 

Canadian Indian speech to Johnson, 13:163-66 

French surrender, 3:297n; 9:209n; 10:S63n; 11:609«, 756; 13:171, 
189, 190 

Indian troops, listed, 10:180-85 

Isle Boyale capture, 10:177w, 238-39 

Johnson (Warren) on, 13:187, 188, 189-90 

journey, 13:169-71 

medals for Indian warriors, 3:311, 317-18, 333, 346-47, 378, 386, 441. 
442-43, 445; 10:218, 251-54, 258, 264 

Quebec counter-siege, 3:259-60; 10:168, 171 
Best's tavern, 10:190 

Caghnawaga. conference (1762), 10:372-73 
Caghnawaga grant court decisions, 12:32, 37-39, 67 
Caghnawaga settlement reasons, 12:172 
Campbell, Daniel, sued (1770) in, 12:1007-1008 
Claus instructions (1704), 11:52-53 
Claus lodging (1773) in, 13:621 
Claus view of: 

(1760), 3:283-85, 291-92; 10:189-91 

(1761), 3:308-10, 311, 321-22, 332, 3 18-49, 350, 352-56, 360-63, 387, 546- 
49, 552-54, 575-78; 10:218, 232, 2 10, 257, 275, 277, 281-83 

(1702), 3:029-30, 037-39, 747-48, 751-53, 801-63, 895 

(1763-65), 4:180, 200, 207, 520, 811 
Claus Indian conferences (1768), 12:639 
Claus .journey (1767), 5:613, 635 36; 12:330 
Crown Point fori and, 1:447, 449, 552, 554, 827 
Deputy appointment (1701), 3:446-47; 13:225 
Detroit Indian siege (1763) and, 10:090; 13:299 
English governors, 10:186, L87, 920// 
English governor's removal from Quebec to, 4:633 
English occupation (1761), 3:414-15 
Ferguson's coffee house, 7:957 
fire of 1765, 4:742, 790; 5:232n 
fortification, 2:656, 677, 719 

French expeditions from, 1:909, 919; 2:20, 27, 72, 688 
French troops, 1:517, 548, 051, 753; 2:12, 650 
Gordon visit (1765), 13:374 

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Index 

Montreal, Canada, 

Governor's Indian Conference (1763), 4:180 

gunpowder prohibition, 4:286 

Indian Affairs expenses (1767) in, 12:30S 

Indian reinforcements (1758) at, 2:856, 857 

as Indian meeting place, 4:200, 415, 418, 426, 427, 449, 484, 608, 811 

Indian murders tried at, 4:319 

Indian tribes near, 3:272 

Iroquois delegation in, 2:563-64, 705-709; 9:606, 665, 668 ; 10:5 

Iroquois land claims, 10:972 

Iroquois plot (1762) against English and, 10:380-81, 385-86, 400, 407, 423, 

425 
Jesuit lands, 7:576w 
Johnson (Peter) schooling in, 8:526-27, 842, 867, 1034-35; 12:1010-11, 

1013-14, 1028-29; 13:618, 621 
King's stores at, 1:509 
letter (unsigned) from (1763), 4:222-28 
Longueuil ferry, 4:850 
map, 4:222 
Michilimackinac survivors (1764) escorted by Ottawas to, 4:180, 466, 467, 

471, 474, 488; 5:378; 6:348, 349; 10:777, 779, 787, 802, 803, 829; 

11:263, 266-67, 269, 277 
New York visitors (1760), 3:291 
Oswego capture and, 2:563-64 
Ottawa assembly (1758) in, 10:3, 5 
Petry (Johan Jost) in, 9:870-71 

Potter's deposition on Eogers' Indian activities (1767), 12:354 
prisoners, 1:163, 167, 251-52; 2:647-48, 653, 655-56, 786, 791; 10:168 
quartering of English soldiers in, 4:224-25, 822-23 
Quebec provincial agent and, 4:381 
Ramsey trial in, 8:593; 12:964, 967, 1005 
Rogers-Roberts encounter in, 6:753-55 
Rogers trial in, 6:259, 318-20, 332-33, 395, 409, 428, 525; 12:489, 518, 556, 

568, 588, 673 ' ' ' 

deposition in defense of Ainse, 12 : 615-16 

Roberts account of, 12:612-15, 651 
Saint Lawrence, suburbs struck by lightning (1773), 13:621 
Scott duties (1764) in, 11:390 
sketch (1759), 3:283 
sketch (1760), 10:190 
trade : 

Detroit fur trade (1761), 13:246 

effects of English occupation, 4:226-27 

English imports (1770), 7:714 

Gage trade pass authority, 3:547, 566, 638, 731, 742, 962, 979; 4:3, 24, 

42, 45 

Green Bay (Vaudreuil grant) monopoly and, 12:4-8, 19-20, 45-47 

license form (1766), 5:176-77 

liquor, 3:664-65, 679; 4:706; 6:82; 11:669-71 

memorial (1768) to Oarleton, 6:82 

Michilimackinac and, 4:418, 526; 5:330, 365; 13:449, 451 (See also 

Montreal, trade, wintering restrictions, infra) 
in Niagara (1768) reports, 12:650, 661 
Oswegatohie, 11:354 
pass form (1767), 13:419-20 
petition against Murray, 4:719 
prices (1760-61), 3:283, 284, 309; 10:189-91, 257, 283; 13:186, 188, 

198, 203 
traders' congratulation of Gage, 3:606 
with Oswego, 4:400 
suspension (1764), 4:381, 427 
wintering restrictions and, 5:130-34, 148-49, 167-69, 724; 6:82; 11:942- 

43, 966; 12:5, 57-61, 65-66, 71-72, 86-87, 90-91, 105-106, 112, 131, 

394 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

135, 180 

Walker affair trial, 5:474, 496 
Montreal expedition, see Montreal, Canada, Amherst expedition (1760) against 
Montresor, James Gabriel, maj., lieut. col. : 

in Albany (1755), 2:243 

at Albany Council of War (1756), 9:483 

biographical sketch, 1:437«; 3:203n 

Detroit siege peace and, 4:278, 295 

Fort George at Lake George, 10:125n 

Shirley directions (1756), 9:459 

Fort William Henry attack (1757), 9:859 

plan of Fort William Henry, 9:826 

plan of Royal Blockhouse near Fort Edward, 3:111 

portrait, 9:858 

Stillwater plan, 9:808 
Montresor, John, capt., 4:555; 5:395; ll:329n, 372, 877 

Detroit map (1763), 10:870 
Montresson, de, 2:201 

Montreuil, de, French maj. gen., 2:20, 22, 25n 

Montron, , 11:827 

Moon, Thomas William, see Moore 
Mooney, Edward L. (artist), 13:ix 
Moor, John, Susquehanna settlers and, 10:530 
Moore (More), Joshua, 9:481; 10:310 
Moore, Lady (widow of Sir Henry), 8:221-22; 12:201 
Moore, Augustine, 1:402 
Moore, Edmund, capt., 1:867 
Moore, Sir Henry, New York Gov., 5:15, 541; 8:209n 

Adair and, 6:682 

Albany county division and, 7:42, 61, 88, 155 

American arrival, 4:850, 855, 857, 870, 883, 885; 5:6-7, 23-24, 30-31, 33, 
34; 11:952, 969-70; 13:379 

Assembly dissolved (1768), 6:535n, 580-81 

Assembly elections (1769), 12:687, 699 

brigadier general commission to Johnson, 12:828 

Canajoharie patent and, 5:237-38, 266-67, 310, 476; 12:185 

Canajoharie survey request (1770). 12:863 

Carleton and, 6:409 

Davis (Dudley) and, 6:498-99 

death of, 7:156, 162, 173-74, 181, 266, 998; 8:101; 12:790 

frontier murders and, 5:194, 331; 12:383-84 

Guv Park visit (1768), 12:525 

TlanlenberKh patent, 7:1043, 1098; 8:348 

Horchheimer and, 8:468 

Hillsborough and, 6:438n 

illness, 5:345, 362; 6:610; 7:157 

Johnson (Guy) land grant and, 12 : 207 

Lake Champlain and, 5:309; 12:171, 201 

land purchases, 5:266-67, 2S7-8S, 311, 399, 475, 515, 525, 598, 693, 702; 
6:75, 120, 471; 7:635; 12:713 
Catskill patent, 7:686 
Lawyer tract, 5:540; 6:83, 116, 268, 491, 568; 8:163, 175, 221-22; 

12:297-98, :W2, 305, 315, 684, 696-97 
Oneida (Oriskanv patent) sales, 5:217, 399, 416; 6:42, 70; 11:4; 
12:185, 204, 205, 220, 263, 290-91, 301, 637-38, 657-59, 684, 697, 703, 
794; 13:492 
Susquehanna, 5 : 631 ; 6 : 296 
Vaughan tract, 5:773-74, 79] ; 6:83; 12:385 

magistrates appointed by, 6:672-73, 692-93, 752; 7:11; 12:224, 766, 771 
on jurisdiction of, 5:4 11 

Maybe case and, 5:469, 492, 493, 556, 562 

militia appointments, 5:534, 542, 556, 609-10, 791; 6:x, 15-16, 75, 83, 118, 

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Index 

Moore, Sir Henry, 

179-80, 201, 209, 221, 560, 642, 673; 7:12, 23, 24, 153, 203, 262, 302- 
303; 8:101-102, 535; 12:384, 789-90, 905-906 
officers' oaths, 6:697, 752; 7:88 

reorganization plan (1767), 6:15; 12:318-20, 384, 905-906 
Van Rensselaer manor commissions and, 6:642, 678-S0, 702; 7:23, 24, 
117-18, 266, 302-303, 360 
Mohawk land claims: 

Oanajoharie-Klock disputes, 5:266, 311, 469, 575, 610; 6:403; 12:16S, 

333 
Kayaderosseras and, 4:416, 567; 6:92, 228, 269-70, 276-77, 283-84, 308, 

309-10, 342-46, 398-404; 12:263, 529-43, 551, 565, 566, 567, 573 
Kempe grant, 7:123, 125, 164, 165, 201; 12:233 
Stockbridge Indian conflict, 4:544 
village and hunting lands, 6:493; 12:638 
New York boundaries and, 6:313, 350-52, 354, 303, 411-12, 491-93, 519; 

12:489, 493, 519, 553, 617, 638, 685 
Oquaga land sales and, 12:259, 332, 688 
patent fees, 7:560 
portrait, 12:200 
private land grants and, 7:83 
return to England, 5 : 706 

Schenectady church charter and, 5:410, 467; 12:293; 13:379, 416 
Seabury and, 7:25» 

Stockbridge Indian claims and, 5:468, 544 
threat of general Indian war (1767) and, 5:741-42 
trade proclamation, 5:492 
trade regulation and, 6:493-96, 504, 581; 7:8S-90, 153-54, 1142; 8:29; 

12:206, 638, 710 
visit to Johnson (1766), 5:267-68, 287-88, 309-10, 311, 331, 362, 371; 

12:21-22, 156, 16S, 185, 201, 204, 205 
visit to Johnson (1767), 5:631, 677, 693, 741, 773 
visit to Johnson (1768), 6:92, 180-81, 202, 227-28, 296 

Johnson's explanation of events, 6:283-84, 308, 310, 398-404 
Moore's account of, 6:268-69, 277, 342-46; 12:551-52 
visit (1769) to Johnson, 6:504, 567-68, 610, 616, 618-19, 629, 634, 635 
Wappinger hearing, 5:506, 525; 12:268-69, 281, 282, 303 
Wetherhead and, 5:468, 474; 6:228, 268-70, 562 
Wheelock and, 6:442 
Moore, Jacob, 6:651 
Moore, James, 8:334 

Moore, John, col. (New York Councilman), 1:269 

Moore, John (grandson of Col. John Moore of the Council), 4:595-96, 605, 
621, 629 

Indian Affairs Secretaryship and, 13:332w 
Moore, Robert, 4:776 

Moore, Thomas (metalworker), 1:726, 729 

Moore (Moon), Thomas William, 7:1094, 1112, 1126, 1136, 1144-45, 1154; 8:19 
Moor's Charity School, 9:4S0n. See also Lebanon, Connecticut, school 
Moorwise, Jacob, 11:673 
Morambert, , 13:114 

Moran, Edmond, & Co., 5:434-35; 11:614 
Moran, Edward, 10:712% 
Moran, Joseph, 10:669-70 
Moravians, 6:69; 8:8; ll:56w 
Mordant, Joseph, 12:818 
Mordant and Solomon, 5:806 
Morden, Lord, 7:530; 8:844 
Morehouse, John, 1:870 
Morehouse, Solomon, 1:870 
Moreton, William, 3:761 
Morgan, Abel, 8:618 
Morgan, George, 5:382; 7:268; 12:236 

396 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

company for purchase of French land grants, 5:128-30, 240-41; 12:101-102 

list of claimants for Indian indemnities, 8:929, 1024 
Shawnee trade, 5:344, 346, 365; 12:154-55, 165-66, 181-82, 202, 207 
Morgan, John, 12:101-102 
Morgan, Thomas, 2:305-306; 12:787, 818 
Morgan, Thomas (tailor), 7:662, 1058; 13:555, 562, 568 
Morgen and Campbell, surveyors, 3:420 
Morinie, de la, Father, 3:416 

Morocco, 9:386 
Morre, Samuel, 1:50 
Morrice, , 5:142 

Morris, (preacher), 7:1036 

Morris, sgt., 1:165-66 

Morris, , capt., 1:208, 422; 2:222 

Morris, col., Bradstreet land purchases and, 7:537 

Morris, col., election protest of, 9:89, 90 

Morris, Charles, ensign, 4:673; 5:4il 
Morris, Lewis, col., 1:178« 
Morris, Lewis, Jr., 3:323 
Morris, Eichard, 12:984-85 
Morris, Robert Hunter, Pennsylvania Lieut. Gov., 1:856; 2:536w; 13:39, 63 

autograph, 1:1 

Braddock and, 1:722, 745, 752; 13:45 

Claus and, 2:439 

on Delaware and Shawnee attacks, 2:368-71, 394u, 401-402, 443-45; 9:309- 
10, 328, 331, 360, 364, 368, 451, 522 
Easton Council and, 2:524, 536-37 
Iroquois convention and, 2:426, 442-43, 445-46, 447 
Message to the Susquehannas, 2:452-54, 468; 9:311 
Proclamation of War, 2:440, 444, 446, 447-48, 453, 455, 458, 467-71 

Denny and, 9:505, 522-23, 525 

Fort Johnson Iroquois Congress (1756) and, 9:356 

Mohawk land claims and, 9:153, 159 

Mohegan land claims and, 4:460-61; 11:259-60 

Niagara expedition and, 1:792 

North Carolina governorship, 4:49 

Ogaghradarisha message, 2:488-91, 522 

Pennsylvania Assembly and, 2:30, 156; 3:995 

Susquehanna purchase and, 1:440-41, 454-55, 463, 485-86; 9:142-45, 148, 
151-52, 153 
Morris, Roger, capt., lieut. col., 1:523 

Dutchess County land dispute, 4:820-21, 832; 11:884-86, 911-12 

Hampden Hall and, 7:398 

at Kayaderosseras hearing, 4:683 

Mohawk River defense (3758), 10:37 

Wappinger land claims and, 5:506; 11:884-86, 911-12; 12:303 
Morris, Staats Long, capt., col., 2:450, 498; 12:713, 754, 767 

biographical sketch, 3:229n 

Duchess of Gordon and, 2:516; 6:618 

rumored killed in a duel, 3:229, 232 

Scaroyady and, 9:162 

Tionnonderoge survey and, 7:153 
Morris, Thomas, capt. : 

Bradstreet orders (1764), 4:600; 11:341, 401 

Detroit court of enquiry, 4:670-76 

Mingo circulation of war belts and, 11: 170 

Niagara command, 5:226 

Piankashaws and, 11:383 

Pontiac and, 4:528, 529, 552-54, 600; 11:351, 369-72, 376; 12:128 

on Pottawatomie threats (1765), 11:982 

Senecas and, 5:241-42; 12:137 
Morris, Walter, 8:40-41 

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Index 

Morrison, James, 6:547; 13:419-20 

wintering regulations and, 5:133, 169, 706: 6:428-29 
Morrison, Thomas, 12:792 
Morro Castle, 3:878, 881 

Mors, Ephraim, copt., 3:67, 72, 78, 83, 90, 92 
Mortar, The (Creek chief), see Mico, Otis 
Mortier, Abraham: 

accounts, 7:344-45, 554-57, 758, 797, 801; 8:437, 478, 505-507; 12:706, 

785, 788, 836, 906, 908, 936, 957; 13:492, 494, 529 
Adems drafts, 7:603, 604, 711, 757-58, 847; 8:115 
autograph, 6:xii 

Banyar draft, 7:444, 476, 554, 634, 758 
Barnsley and, 4:277 

Campbell and, 6:593; 7:194, 498, 569, 574, 604 
Claus account, 3:548; 7:1100; 12:770 
daughter of, l:334n 
death of, 8:316, 396, 478, 493; 12:934 
Dernier draft, 8:179 
draft on Dow, 3:370, 607, 614 
draft for De Couagne, 4:48, 49 
drafts for Darlington, 4:64, 104, 313, 422 
draft for Goreham, 5:852 

Duncan and Phyn accounts, 4:281, 607; 6:249; 11:675 
English voyage (1769-70), 7:344-45 
Howard account, 12:391 
Johnson (Guy) and, 7:637, 710, 758 
Kempe payment, 5:219; 12:93 

money for Indian boundary line costs, 6:458-59, 505-506 
money sent by Schuyler (1768), 12:403, 416 
money shortages and, 10:15, 16, 111, 114-15 
Monier and, 7:695, 75S 
New Jersey money paid by, 4 :174 
Oneida land purchase money (1769), 12:684, 686, 697 
paper money sent by, 4:638 
Roberts account and, 6:115, 676; 7:179 
Stamp Act and, 4:872, 879 
Tongue draft on, 4:604 
"Wade (Francis) and, 4:627 

Wallace (Hugh) and, 7:1048-49, 1113, 1115, 1145; 8:236, 311, 472, 478, 493 
warrants drawn on, for Johnson: 

(1755-57), 1:769; 2:435, 714, 717 

(1758), 2:837, 887; 3:5; 9:967, 970; 10:15, 16 

(1759), 3:146, 182, 186; 10:111, 114-15 

(1760), 3:200, 277; 10:195 

(1761), 3:347 

(1762), 3:913; 10:557-58 

(1763), 4:22-23, 32, 150, 217, 221, 251, 272 

(1764), 4:364, 373, 406, 448, 523, 555-56, 612; 11:100-101, 470-71, 
541-42 

(1767), 5:660, 678, 796; 6:33, 519 

(1768), 6:216, 229, 230-31, 233, 252, 326, 519, 532, 541, 641-42, 651; 
7:317; 12:415, 430, 555, 588-89 

(1770), 7:752, 767-68, 769, 778, 794-95, 799, 801, 916, 1039, 1146 

(1771), 7:1075; 8:80, 287, 295 
warrants for Shuckburgh, 3:290 
Wetherhead and, 6:633, 638, 643, 6S3; 7:198, 561, 663, 681, 758, 1024, 

1050, 1071 
Wharton (Thomas) and, 7:658, 758 
Mortier, Martha (Mrs. Abraham), 8:347, 396, 397, 494, 500 
Mortisanbert, , 13:115 

Morton, John, 3:794-99, 846; 7:229, 275, 608 
Morville, de, 2:21, 23 

398 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Moseley, E., 5:32 

Mosely, Samuel, 9:4S1 

Moses (Canajoharie), 3:267; 9:16 

Moses (Karondodea — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:175 

Moses (Othaharaqueaa — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:175 

Moses (the Song), Mohawk, dies in Philadelphia, 2:440 

Moses (Sotkanaghty — Canajoharie), 10:181; 13:175 

Moses (Tehonaghrio — Canajoharie), on Montreal expedition, 10:181; 13:175 

Moses (Delaware), 3:771 

Moses (Mohawk), 9:529, 720, 767, 802, 820 

Moses (Sakoyenderese— Mohawk), 10:180; 13:174 

Moses (Teyeyaghse— Mohawk), 10:180; 13:173 

Moses, Isaac, 5:739 

Moses, Mary, 4:160 

Mosley (Mosely), Rev. Richard, 8: a-, 733, 808, 870, 1174 

Albany sermon (1773), 8:787 

Connecticut visit (1773), 8:877 

on Johnson's death, 8:1195w 

Litchfield parish, 12:1008, 1078« 

Johnstown appointment, 8:584, 602, 623, 887, 927; 12:1008-1009 

retirement from Johnstown mission, 8:1069, 1119 
Mosswin (Saki chief), 5:672 
Mostyn (Moyston), Savage, 1:686, 693; 7:1156 
Moulton, Ebenezer, corporal, 2:241; 9:279 
Mount Johnson, see Fort Johnson 
Mount Joy, Johnson's lodge, 8:138-39, 237; 12:893 

articles at, inventory (1774), 13:662-63 
Mouse, Elizabeth, 11:486 
Mox, David, 4:154; 11:433 
Mox, Mary, 4:154; 11:433 
Moye Mishe (Mohawk), 2:440 
Mua Indians, 1:138 
Muchathewa (Indian), 5:253 
Muchitt (Indian), 5:621, 653, 671-72 
Mud (Seneca chief), 5:295 
Mudeford, maj., 2:482 

Mudge, Daniel, 13:533 
Mudge, Micah, 13:533 
Muffat, John, see Moffatt, John 
Mugguck (village), 11:169 
Muhlenberg (Mylenborg) , Rev. TT. M., 6:518 
Muhlenberg, Rev. Peter, 6:518 
Muirson, George, 2:263, 308; 9:294, 315, 318, 319 
Mull Tshmale (emperor of Morocco), 9:386 
Muller. Cornelius, 7:454 
Midler, John Daniel, 7:666-68 
Muller, Peg, 12:474 
Mullis, John Heath, 4:328, 417; 11:70 
Mullone, , 8:352 

Mumford, Edward, 5:295; 6:300; 13:396 
Mini, John, 2:89 
Mnndins (Oneida), 6 :236 
Munds, Israel, capt., 7:486, 8S(i, 885. 895, 1014, 1071; 8:94; 12:901 

gunpowder Bhipment (1770-71), 7:933, 1039, 1041, 1123-'?!; 8:56 
Munro, Demalet, 8:738 
Mnnro, Rev. Harry, 6:564??, 685, 690; 7:250, 265-66, 693; 8:x, 159, 636 

Albany ministry, 8:354, 928; 12:1079 

autograph, B:xiv 

Canajoharie invitation to preach (1770), 7:720, 962n-63n 

Johnson settler negotiations. 12:1023, 10^6-87 

Urquhart and, 7:1025, 1026 
Munro, John, 5:540; 8:97. 738-39; 12:7!':: 

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Index 

Munsees (Monseys, Minisink Indians): 

ammunition shortage (1762), 3:931 

Delaware-Shawnee-Mingo peace treaty (1765), 11:617 

expenses (1769) for, 12:758 

Fort Augusta conference (1764), 4:579-83 

Fort Augusta conference (1765), 11:759-60 

Fort Stanwix Congress and, 7:184; 12:619, 628 

French sympathies, 11:616 

Harris Ferry-Lancaster Congress (1757) and, 9:728 

Iroquois relationship, 12:937 

Johnson Hall conference (Nov. 1764), 11:476-78 

Johnson Hall conference (Geneseo group, March, 1765), 11:615-17 

King (Thomas) and, 7:1153 

Mahicans and, 10:945 

migration (1771), 7:1149-50; 8:889 

New Jersey land claims, 2:864, 873-74, 880 

Owens scalpings of, 11 : 225 

peace deputation (1758), 2:802, 829 

Pennsylvania embassy (1771), 7:1069 

prisoners among, 3:598, 693, 700, 703, 710, 739, 740-41; 10:363 

recruitment (1758), 9:939 

in Seneca country, 2:865 

Susquehanna resettlement attempts (1765), 11:747 

Susquehanna settler removal (1763) and, 10:691-92, 716 

Teedyuscung status among, 2:825; 3:4 

Western threats of uprising (1774) and, 12:1089 
Munster, Herbert, maj., 3:53%, 57, 102, 862 
Munster, Ireland, 8:500 
Murray, Mrs. , 1:331 

Murray, , in Claus accounts (1770), 13:709 

Murray, , Illinois land purchase attempt (1773), 8:844-45, 886, S98, 

905, 931-32, 1076, 1104, 1136-37 
Murray, , liquor trade, 13:429 

Murrav, Rev. Alexander, 5:822, 846; 6:11-12, 17-18, 564 

Au'chmuty on, 6:77-78, 414-15, 456 

Peters on, 6:521-22, 539, 545-46 

Schenectady offer, 6:13, 74, 414-15, 616, 636 
Murray, James, gen. : 

Burton dispute, 4:777-78 

Burton's militarv appointments and, 4:578 

Oartier grant and, 5:90, 91; 12:39, 48, 61-62, 67 

at Deschambault (1759), 3:145n 

DuCharme and, 12:1028 

French South Sea Company and, 3:361-62 

Gordon (Lord Adam) on,'l2:253 

governorship of Canada, 4:137, 305, 378, 383, 415, 516, 526, 540, 633; 
11:335, 341-42, 615n; 12:5% 

Joncaire and, 4:575, 791; 11:870 

Levis defeat (1759) and, 13:154 

Massachusetts and, 6:452, 484 

merchants petition for removal of, 4:719, 840 

Indian Affairs Department reorganization (1765) and, 4:789 

Indian agent appointment, 4:723, 745-46, 760, 782; 11:615, 699, 755-57, 755 

Pitt approbation, 10:208 

portrait, 11:614 

Quebec counter-siege (1760), 3:244; 10:173 

recalled (1766), 5:15 

trade passes, 12:5, 58, 61, 65-66, 142-43, 180 
license form, 5:176-77, 458-59 

trade restriction to posts, 5:196 

traders' memorial (1766) on, 5:130-34, 148-49, 167-69, 179-80; 12:57-61, 
65-66, 71-72, 77-78, 86-87, 90-91, 105-106 

400 



Sir William Johnson Papers 

Walker (Justice) and, 5:113-15, 231 

Wyandotte message (1764), 11:194 
Murray, James, Lord (son of the Duke of Atholl), 12:251 
Murray, John, 3:155; 12:787, 819 
Murray, John, lieut., 3:669 
Murray, John, Lord, 2:801 
Murray, Joseph, 1:20; 9:99n 
Murray, Thomas, col., 2:801 
Murray, William, capt., maj., 4:851, 855 

accounts, 4:701, 855, 882; 5:246-61; 6:115; 12:423-24, 430; 13:488 

at Bouquet Tuscarrowas conferences (1764), 11:438 

Croghan capture by Indians, 11:904 

Croghan Fort Pitt conference (May, 1765), 11:732, 733, 738; 13:389 

Fauquier and, 5:458 

Fraser expedition (1765) and, 11:647 

frontier outrages (1766) and, 5:243; 12:91-92, 133-34, 237 

removal of settlers, 5:492, 535, 548, 561, 573, 590, 785; 12:296, 336, 
367, 380 

innkeeper's bill, 5:97 

Shawnees and, 4:628-29, 667, 698, 769; 5:739; 11:557-59, 604, 650, 989; 
12:40 

on wintering privileges, 5:738; 12:375 
Murrey, Connor, 2:552, 554 
Murrow, , col., 3:128 

Murray and Nicholls (Alexander), Warren estate attested balance, 13:723 
Musgrave, Dr. Samuel, 7:269w 
Music: 

bagpipes, 1:244, 245; 4:840, 877 

Caghnawaga march, 10:852 

cantata offered by Banyar (1770), 12:811 

flutes, 13:652 

French horn, 1:265; 7:389 

guitar, 12:391 

harp and harper for Johnson Hal], 4:638, 840, 877; 5:382, 733, 840: 11:973 

harpsichord, 13:632 

hautboy, 1:244, 245; 7:711, 760 

instruments ordered by Johnson, 1:265 

Jew's harps, 2:616; 5:252, 382; 7:711, 756, 760, 780, 782, 844, 885, 1072; 
8:236, 263; 9:562, 563; 10:279; 11:821, 991; 13:474 
in Johnson Hall inventory (1774), 13:647, 648 

Johnstown choir boys, 8:323 

military bands, 7:948; 13:623, 632 

organ, 8:704, 807, 824, 892, 927, 944 

political songs, 7:570 

trumpet, 1:265 

violin, 13:203, 652 

for Peter Johnson, 8:945, 047, 1020, 1063; 12:1043 

violoncello, 13:632 
Muskingum : 

Bouquel expedition, 4:4.' , ,9, 450-51, 462; 11:169?), 174, 211-12, 232-33. 240, 
447-67, 496 

Cherokee murders CI 774) of traders, 12:1090-91 

Delaware-Cherokee conference plans (1774), 12:1082 

Delaware-Shawnee conference (Croghan, Nov., 1767), 13: 137 

Delaware-Shawnee punishment (1764) expedition plans, 4:378, 390-91, 415, 
426, 483; 11:129, 132 

Joncaire visit (1764), 11:403-404 

location, 13:437n 

Loftus expedition and, 4:433 

Logstown and, 12:1090, 1095 

McKee (Alexander) conference (1762;, 10:576-77 

Indian raids near (1771), 8:259-60 

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Index 

Muskingum, 

missionary for, 5:570-71 

Shawnee settlement, 11:195 
Muskingum River, 10:866; 11:129, 132, 212, 239 
Musquattamies (Maskoutin Indians) : 

Croghan capture (1765), 4:762n, 823-24, 825, 828, 847; 11:837, 838, 839, 
841, 845, 872, 877, 884 

Croghan conference (July, 1765), 11:847-50 

Croghan conference (Aug.-Sept., 1766), 13:414 

Hutehins visit (1762), 10:526, 527-28, 545 

Iroquois peace offers (1765), 11:846, 847-50, 877 

Miami Confederacy, 3:502; 4:245 

Pottawatomies and, 6:729, 730 

Villiers message (1763), 10:819-21, 823 

Wabash alliance (1769) and, 7:78-79, 184; 13:434m, 439w 

Western Indian conspiracy (1771) and, 8:7 
Muttockkaumun (Stockbridge Indian), 10:601, 602 
Myers, Solomon, see Meier, Salomon 
Muy, du, 2:21, 23 

Myer, , Niagara-Detroit journey (1761) and, 13:260, 261 

Myer, Felix, 3:649; 4:409 
Myer, John, 1:402 
Myer, John (blacksmith), 1:725 
Myers, ,2:473 

Myers, , in Adems accounts, 13:556 

Myers, Fredck, 11:485 

Myers, Hvam, 4:342, 6S7, 753; 11:754, 772 
Myers, Myer, 5:490, 527, 541; 12:265 
Mynders/Harman, 7:1107 
Mynders, John, 7:1106; 8:479 
Mynderse, Earent, ensign, 6:217; 7:1107 
Mynderse (Mynderson, Myndertse), Jacobus, 6:130n, 131; 7:469 

Albany county division and, 7:61, 1022-23, 1025, 1028-29 

election of 1768 and, 12:437 

election of 1769 and, 6:593-94, 599, 609, 610, 1022, 1028 

justice appointment lists, 12:783, 784, 792 

Schenectady town land division (1770), 7:102S-29; 12:S79 
Mynderse, John M., lieut., 6:217 
Mynderse, John R., lieut., 6:217; 13:503 
Mynderse, Lawrence, 6:217, 789 
Mynderse, Marthe, 7:453 
Mynderse (Mynerdson, Mindertse), Ryner, 1:425; 7:797; 10:922; 13:503 

' justice appointment lists, 3:750; 12:783, 793 
Mynseel, Johns, 12:531 
Mystic River, battle of, 4:456n; 11:255ft 
Nacack, Jeams, 5:153 
Nackawickquack, 8:428 
Nachnawachena (Esopus sachem), 1:14 
Nahantick Indians, 5:423-26, 502; 8:1202; 12:644; 13:6S3 
Naitam (chief of the Rain Lake), 11:806 
Na'ne'banjou (Chippewa chief), 5:662; 6:751 
Nanfan, John, 2:230, 233; 13:40 
Nangel, Thomas, 1:15 

Nangisse (Pottawatomie chief), 11:547, 549 
Nannuppoom (Nanpom), John (Mohegan), 4:376, 728 
Nanticok, Jemmy, Fort Stanwix Congress, 12:628 
Nanticoke Indians (Schanehadigroenes) : 

Bradstreet Treaty and, 4:610 

Canadian Indian'Treaty (1761), 3:547n 

Chenango Council with Oquagas (1764), 11:39 

Conoys and, 9:633-34; 11:107 

Delaware-Shawnee punishment recruitment, 11:186-87 

Delaware-Shawnee uprisings and, 9:456 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

at Easton Conference (1761), 3:518 

expenses for (1769-72), 12:759, 922, 100.°, 

Fort Augusta conferences (1764-65), 4:579-83 ; 11:759-60 

Fort Johnson conference (1756), 9:347, 348, 349, 352, 357, 359, 382, 393, 

394 
Fort Johnson conference (April, 1757), 2:706, 710-11, 729; 9:690, 693, 695 

697, 700, 710, 718 
at Fort Johnson Oquaga conferences (1757), 9:712, 817 
at Fort Stanwix Congress (1768), 6:436; 12:606, 619, 624, 628, 629 
Fort William Henry attack (1757) and, 9:809 
Goldsborough and, '8:812 
Iroquois alliance (1753), 9:113, 114, 118, 119 
Iroquois-Cherokee peace treaty (Mar., 1768), 12:458 
Iroquois conference (Johnson Hall, Dec. 1766), 12:241 
Iroquois neutrality (1757-58) and, 9:934 

Iroquois resettlement, 12:242, 243, 258, 312, 362-63, 591, 647, 922 
Johnson Hall meeting (April 1763), 10:643-48 
Johnson message (1759), 13:155 

Johnson Superintendence of Indian Affairs and, 1:640-41 
Lancaster Treaty (1762) and, 13:280 
location and fighting numbers (1736), 4:242, 246 
Maryland and, 5:544-45; 6:172-73, 238-40, 285, 592; 9:341; 12:258-59, 

352-53, 362-63, 528-29 

Acts for Granting Compensation (1768), 6:254-59, 263-64 
at Mount Johnson Congress (May 1755), 9:189, 199 
at Niagara Congress (1764), 4:481 
North Carolina and, 8:962 
Onoida-Tusearora-Nanticoke conferences (Johnson Hall, 1763), 10:643-48 

(Johnson Hall, 1764), 11:80-85 
Onondaga, visit, 13:151 

Oswogatchie information (1759) from, 13:150 
Peepy (Joseph) escort to Ohio Delawares (1767), 12:305 
Scioto Council (1769) and, 7:185 
Sonecas and, 9:827 
Seven Years War recruitment, 9:494 
Shamokin murder (1763), 10:847, 848, 849, 850, 851 
Susquehanna Indian Congress (Johnson Hall, Feb. 1764), 11:59, 60-61, 

64-65, 67 
war parties (1757), 9:804, 806, 939, 942-43 
Nanticoke River, 6:239; 13:244n 
Nantucket, 13:212 
Napier, James, 4:564; 5:1 Hi 
Nare, Peter, 8:276 
Narragansett Bay, 7:24'2n 
Narragansetts (Naraganset, Narraganset) : 
church grant, 8:733 

Johnson conference (April, 1768), 12:644 

kingship withdrawn from Thomas Ninegrett, 5:j52-54; 6:58-61 
land claims, 4:152-64, 587-95, 659-63, 690-93, 858; 5:489, 490-92, 497-98, 

587-89, 683 

Assembly committee report (June, 1764), 11:237-38 

case against Ninegrett, 4:588-91 ; 11 :409-12, 483 

Coheis petition (Fob. 1765), 11:642, 961 

[egal recourse, 6:80-82, 87-89 

Ninegrett petition (Nov. 1764), 11406-408 

Nintgrette's petition for repeal of land sale prohibition, 3:125-26 

Nuiegrett's defense, 4:687-90; 11:637-40 

Ninegrett's grant, 5:498-500 

Oneida grant, 8:1202; 13:683 

petition (June 1763), 11: l.'.l :::> 

petition (Nov. 1764), 4:592-95; 11:412-14 

record extract of lands sold Dy sachem, 4:756-59 

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Index 

Narragansetts, 

Robinson exposition of case, 4:587-88; 11:405-406, 483 

schoolmaster for, 5:221, 222, 583-85, 588; 6:60; 11:642-43 

Wheelock and, 12:299-300, 349-50 
Nartloo, Francis, lieut., 4:575, 595; 11:468 
Nash, James, 1:729 
Natagoya, John, 9:498 
Natchez, 13:413 
Naturalization : 

alien lists, 8:714 

applications (1761), 3:357 

certificates of, 3:263-64; 7:1080-90, 1113-15, 1138-39 

New York Acts (1724), l:201n 
(1770), 7:352-54, 502 
Naughton, Elizabeth, 4:423 
Nau, Francois, 7:3S4ra 
Naudiere, see La Naudiere 

Naunauhphtaunk, John (Stockbridge Indian), 4:893; 12:97-9S 
Naunauneekaunuck, David (Stockbridge Indian), 4:892; 10:601, 603 
Naunuhgaunet family of Stockbridge Indians, 10:600 

(1755), 1:651, 676, 681, 686, 692-93, 719-20, 849-50, 877; 2:35, 53, 88, 112, 
243, 271, 351 

(1756), 2:471, 473 

(1759), 3:24, 148; 10:130-31 

Acapulco ship captured (1763), 4:120 

Brest squadron, 1:564, 719; 2:72, 473, 532 

Byng encounter with La Galissonniere, 2:531-32, 536, 540 

Cuban expedition (1762), 3:875, 878-79, 880, 8S1 

English dominance in, ll:609 

English fleet preparation: 

(1770), 7:903, 99S, 1015, 1029 

(1771), 7:1128-29; 8:51-52, 94, 113, 242, 250 

(1772-73), 8:634, 831 

French fleet arrival in America (1757), 9:687, 688, 702, 777, 790 

French fleet arrival rumors (1760), 10:168 

Hardy's command, 2:37n, 540 

Hawke at Belle Isle, 9 : 263n 

Hawke at He d'Aix, 2:887 

King George's War, 1:55, 56, 57, 67, 116-17, 128 

Lake Ohamplain (1759), 10:130-31 

Lake Ontario, 3:31; 13:137, 138, 140, 143, 169-70 

land grants (1763) for naval service, 10:981-82 

Manila taken by English (1763), 4:120 

Martinique, 3:47 

Mediterranean (1770-71), 7:430, 946, 1074; 8:203 

money realised by sale of French ships, 4:464 

naval timber resources, 8:250, 342 

Niagara expedition 1:746 

privateers in, 1:10-11, 24, 128, 171, 225, 743; 2:505, 523, 525; 3:359; 
9:815-16 

Quebec siege (French, 1760), 10:171-72 

St. John's expedition (1762), 3:879, 880, 894, 897-98. 902, 907, 908, 910-11 

on the St. Lawrence, 1:719; 2:53; 3:47 

Schenectady men-of-war, 4:406 

Turkish defeat (1770), 7:945, 998 

West Indian (1771), 7:1156 
Navarre, Robert (Detroit Frenchman). 5:620-21; 10:985, 986; 13:317, 318 
Navy Island, 5:462; 11:167; 13:374 
Nazareth, Pennsylvania, 11 : 1 
Neal, John, 3:847 

Neale, , Roberts bill on Johnson (1772), 12:1024-25 

Neale (Neate), William, 6:242, 243, 247 

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Sir William Johnson Papers 

Neals, ,3:48 

Nebuchadnezzar (vessel), 1:259, 376; 9:95 

Necessity, Fort, 1:406, 409-10 

Ned, , in Adems accounts, 13:593 

Neff, Clement, 1:857 

Negro (Cayuga Indian), 2:544, 672, 700; 9:955-56; 12:115 

Negroes, 1:8, 43, 66, 337 

Abeel household and, 13:321 

free, 5:795; 13:3, 201 

"incondiarv" among Indians, 11:165-66, 174-75, 201 

Indian marriages, 5:152; 13:684 

as Indian prisoners, 4:387, 413, 415, 424, 431, 439-40, 485, 495-97, 500, 739, 
746, 775-76; 5:621; 11:464, 553, 554, 661, 724, 812 

Martinique prisoners, 3 : 625, 682 

See also Slaves 
Xegye-a (Mohawk), 10:345, 440, 468 
Nehantieks, see Nahanticks 
Neighthakeina (Shawnee), 11:465 
Neill, Rev. ,5:430 

Nellas, George (smith), 7:105 
Nelles, Dewald, 6:174 
Nelles, William: 

Albany County division petition, 8:333 

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