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G., ——,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 332.

G——, Benj.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 387.

G., C.,
vol. 13 pp. 51-52.

G., T.,
examines instructions to Burrington,
vol. 3 p. 118.

G., W.,
will of,
vol. 22 p. 869.

Gaad, Joseph,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 853.

Gabourel, Josh.,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 218.
asks for land patent,
vol. 4 p. 219.
attorney,
vol. 4 p. 57.
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 217.

Gabriel, Geo.,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-13.

Gabriel, James,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 67.

Gabriel, Joshua,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 46.

Gabriel, Richd.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 264, p. 267.

Gad, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 17 p. 1057.

Gadd, Joseph,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 959.

Gaddy, Thos.,
army rank,
vol. 13 p. 504.
vol. 16 p. 1064.

Gadsden, Christopher,
vol. 15 p. 645.
location of command,
vol. 11 p. 704.
refuses British parole,
vol. 15 p. 391, p. 392.
to Harrington on Wise's note,
vol. 17 p. 129.

Gadsden, Phillip,
prisoner,
vol. 17 p. 1045.

Gadsden, Thomas,
prisoner,
vol. 16 p. 672.

Gaekie, James,
building coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 694.

Gaels,
in N. C.,
vol. 5 p. 1198.

Gafford, Stephen,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 178.

Gage, Gen. Thomas,
vol. 7 p. 112, p. 239, p. 280.
vol. 9 p. 1241.
advances money to Stuart,
vol. 10 p. 794.
asked for cannon,
vol. 8 p. 548.
army increased,
vol. 10 p. 67.
besieged in Boston,
vol. 10 p. 56.
commands advance guard,
vol. 5 p. 431.
Dartmouth to on employment of Indians, &c.,
vol. 10 p. 138b.
destroys stores,
vol. 9 p. xxxv.
efforts repelled,
vol. 10 p. 80.
furnishes aid to Martin,
vol. 9 p. xxxv.
guns to Tryon,
vol. 8 p. 711, p. 714.
Lee on,
vol. 10 p. 155.
letter mentioned,
vol. 7 p. 270.
to Martin mentioned,
vol. 10 p. 85, p. 97, p. 138a.
on ammunition published,
vol. 10 pp. 105-106.
seen by S. Com.,
vol. 10 p. 66, p. 74.
Martin asks aid from,
vol. 10 p. 233.
to on loyalty in middle and western counties and arms,
no help to Martin from,
vol. 10 p. 327.
proposes to divide N. C.,
vol. 10 p. 135.
quoted on and losses in Lexington affair,
vol. 10 p. 52, p. 53.
on temper of Indians,
vol. 7 p. 536.
recruits loyalists in N. C.,
vol. 10 p. 325.
sends artillery to N. C.,
vol. 19 p. 852.
arms and ammunition to Martin,
vol. 10 p. 42, p. 43, p. 44.
guns to Tryon,
vol. 8 p. 610.
supplies expected from,
vol. 10 p. 97.
to be asked to repair Ft. Johnston,
vol. 10 p. 40.
to Martin on loyalty in N. C. and Mass.,
vol. 9 p. 1220.
to send ammunition,
vol. 10 p. 84.
Tryon to on Stamp act,
vol. 7 pp. 190-191.

Gage, Mrs. General Thomas,
vol. 9 p. 1168.

Gahee, Martha,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-10.

Gahee, Patrick,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-10.

Gail, Wm.,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.

Gaillard, ——,

Gaillard, ——,
brings up prize cargo,
vol. 16 p. 934.
refugees from St. Augustine,
vol. 16 p. 967.

Gaillard, John,
complaint referred to com.,
vol. 10 p. 961.
resolve in favor of,
vol. 18 p. 472.
suit not begun against administratrix,
vol. 17 p. 393.
tory,
vol. 22 p. 229.

Gainer, Joseph,
on S. C. of Pitt,
vol. 10 p. 62.

Gainer, Samuel,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 504.
vol. 16 p. 1064.

Gainer, Stephen,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1058.

Gainer, Wm., Jr.,
ensign,
vol. 10 p. 937.

Gainer's Plantation,
vol. 22 p. 287.

Gaines, Hugh,
Tory printer,
vol. 11 p. 823.

Gaines, James,
co. coms'r,
vol. 25 p. 14.

Gaines, James, Sr.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 66.

Gaines, Wm.,
protection to,
vol. 14 p. 523.

Gainey, Col.,
attacks Graham,
vol. 22 p. 126.
commands Tories,
vol. 16 p. 283.
defeated,
vol. 19 p. 963.
to be reduced,
vol. 16 pp. 689-91.
Tory,
vol. 16 p. 586.

Gainey, John,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 641.

Gains, James,
in Assem.,
in Conv. 1788,

Gainsbe, ——,
vol. 22 p. 292.

Gais, Christopher, Jr.,
act for land to,
vol. 24 pp. 629-30.
land grant to,
vol. 19 p. 573.

Gais, Christ., Sr.,
act for land to,
vol. 24 pp. 629-30.
land grant to,
vol. 19 p. 573.

Gais, Jonathan,
act for land to,
vol. 24 pp. 629-30.
land grant to,
vol. 19 p. 573.

Gaiter, Boswell,
boundary coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 981.

Gaither, Mr.,
in Assem. S.,
vol. 21 p. 7.

Gaither, Basil,
in Assem.,
in Conv. 1789,
vol. 22 p. 38, p. 47, p. 48.

Gaitier, Joseph,
in Conv. 1789,
vol. 22 p. 36, p. 46, p. 49.
See Also - Gautier.

Gakee, James,
army record,
vol. 13 p. 475.

Galahen, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 381.

Galaspee, Daniel,
to procure arms,
vol. 10 p. 525.

Galaspy, Alexander, Jr.,
petitions for division of Orange Co.,
vol. 9 p. 809.

Galatia,
captures vessel,
vol. 13 p. 95, p. 97, p. 454.

Galatians,
vol. 3 p. 530.

Galberry, The,
vol. 24 p. 989.

Galbreath, And'w,
petitions for extension of power of J. P.'s,
vol. 7 pp. 874-875.

Galbreath, John,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-9.

Galbreath, Wm.,
petitions for extension of power of J. P.'s,
vol. 7 pp. 874-5.

Galdose, Francis,
petition against marriage act,
vol. 9 pp. 623-624.

Gale, ——,
born,
vol. 22 p. 733.

Gale, ——,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 252.

Gale, Mr.,
vol. 23 p. 214.

Gale, Mr.,
vol. 22 p. 735.

Gale, Maj.,
Dennis visits,
vol. 1 p. 804.

Gale, Betty and Pen.,
vol. 22 p. 732.

Gale, Christopher,
vol. 1 p. 821.
vol. 2 p. 6, p. 7, p. 306, p. 757.
vol. 3 p. 238.
vol. 23 p. 92.
a justice,
vol. 1 pp. 591-596.
absent from general court,
vol. 2 p. 819.
abused by Porter,
accused by Everard of lying,
vol. 3 pp. 5-6.
advice from dangerous,
vol. 3 p. 29.
agent to S. C.,
vol. 1 p. 826.
to Va.,
vol. 1 p. 874, p. 880.
vol. 2 p. 4, p. 6.
appraiser,
vol. 1 p. 872.
as chief justice to sit in council next to president,
vol. 2 p. 460.
asks Va. for aid,
vol. 1 pp. 888-889.
behavior,
vol. 3 p. 28.
bill filed against,
vol. 3 p. 14.
case of Everard against cited,
vol. 3 pp. 225-226.
certificate of in Scott case,
vol. 2 p. 462.
charges against by Assembly,
chief justice of general court,
vol. 3 pp. 52-61.
claims,
vol. 4 p. 149.
collector of customs,
vol. 2 p. 567.
coms'r on navigation,
vol. 25 p. 195.
on town and treasurer,
vol. 25 p. 176, p. 177, p. 207.
to emit bills of credit,
vol. 3 p. 485.
complaints against Burrington,
vol. 3 p. 30.
confers on Tuscarora war,
vol. 2 p. 15, p. 16.
deputy of Bertie,
vol. 2 p. 457.
of Blake,
vol. 1 p. 870.
vol. 2 p. 450.
to Prop'rs,
vol. 25 p. 159, p. 170, p. 209.
examined on resources of N. C.,
vol. 1 p. 822.
expected to report against Eden,
vol. 2 p. 298.
grants warrants against Bailey,
vol. 2 p. 580, p. 581.
imports persons,
vol. 2 p. 3.
imposes on Everard,
vol. 3 p. 63.
imprisoned for debt,
vol. 3 p. 226.
in council,
vol. 1 p. 870, p. 872.
vol. 3 p. 123.
in court of chancery,
vol. 3 p. 13.
in England,
vol. 3 p. 147.
instructions to,
vol. 1 p. 724, p. 725.
insulted by Allen,
vol. 2 pp. 718-719.
law suits,
vol. 1 p. 584, p. 585.
leaves N. C.,
vol. 2 p. 291, p. 535.
length of service as chief justice,
vol. 2 p. 562.
letter to,
vol. 2 p. 689.
mentioned,
vol. 1 p. 867.
on Tuscarora massacre,
vol. 1 pp. 825-827.
library commissioner,
vol. 23 p. 78.
lies on Burrington,
vol. 3 p. 30.
on Everard,
vol. 3 p. 19.
lives in Beaufort Co.,
vol. 1 p. 827.
memorial against Burrington,
vol. 2 pp. 559-560.
to S. C. on Tuscarora war,
vol. 1 pp. 827-829.
money to be paid to,
vol. 2 p. 456.
as ch. justice,
vol. 2 p. 493, p. 508.
must not acknowledge Cary,
vol. 1 p. 726.
not in N. C.,
vol. 3 p. 245.
pays quit rents,
vol. 2 p. 727.
persuades Granville to stay in N. C.,
vol. 3 p. 341.
presents memorial from N. C. on exportation of tobacco,
vol. 3 pp. 210-211.
presides at General Court,
vol. 2 pp. 80-116.
promises help to S. C. from N. C.,
vol. 1 pp. 824-825.
protests against continuation of boundary survey,
quoted,
vol. 3 p. 526.
returns from England,
vol. 1 p. 727.
vol. 3 p. 342.
receiver general,
vol. 1 p. 719.
remains in council,
vol. 2 p. 567.
report of jury to,
vol. 2 pp. 262-263.
reports on boundary survey,
vol. 2 pp. 776-782.
on S. C. revolution,
vol. 2 pp. 374-375.
salary and other payments to,
vol. 2 p. 170, p. 726, p. 728.
sent to Va. to settle matters,
vol. 2 p. 3.
signs N. C. acts,
land grant,
vol. 4 p. 318.
slandered by Andrews,
vol. 2 p. 697.
by Cooke,
vol. 2 pp. 693-694.
son of Miles,
vol. 2 p. 133.
suit against,
vol. 3 p. 230.
suspension as chief justice asked,
vol. 2 p. 620.
takes up best lands,
vol. 3 p. 8.
to administer oath,
vol. 3 p. 515.
to Bishop of London on church and political affairs,
vol. 3 pp. 340-341.
to go to Indian towns,
vol. 1 p. 825.
to issue public bills of credit,
vol. 3 p. 177, p. 178.
vol. 25 p. 157, p. 173.
to King on Everard,
vol. 3 pp. 2-5.
to make out list of fines, &c.,
vol. 2 p. 532.
to receive surety money as chief justice,
vol. 2 p. 472.
to state Northey's case,
vol. 2 p. 762.
to Va. boundary commissioners,
vol. 2 pp. 737-738.
Urmston's estimate of,
vol. 2 pp. 284-285.
vestryman,
vol. 2 p. 209.
vol. 23 p. 7.
vol. 25 p. 208.
Va. boundary commissioner and instructions,
visits England,
vol. 2 p. 274.
wife mentioned,
vol. 3 p. 122.
witness,

Gale, Daniel,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.

Gale, Ed.,
in Assembly,
vol. 25 p. 159.

Gale, Edmund,
a justice of General Court,
a J. P.,
vol. 2 p. 572.
accused of murder,
vol. 3 p. 330.
of riot,
vol. 3 p. 512.
aids in suspension of Porter,
vol. 3 p. 326, p. 329, p. 330.
appointment as councillor opposed by Porter,
assistant justice,
at court of chancery,
vol. 3 p. 13.
buys land,
vol. 2 pp. 328-329.
claims,
vol. 3 p. 282, p. 319.
collector at port of Roanoke,
vol. 3 p. 614, p. 615.
complains against Relf,
vol. 2 p. 399, p. 406.
consents to erection of new precincts,
vol. 3 p. 450.
in Council,
judge of admiralty court,
juror,
vol. 2 p. 104, p. 556.
law suit,
vol. 2 p. 483.
on com. of Council,
petitions about road,
vol. 3 p. 574, p. 580.
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 256.
reasons for his admission, to council,
vol. 3 p. 476.
signs acts,
vol. 23 p. 111, p. 116.
surety,
vol. 3 p. 60.
takes exorbitant fees,
vol. 3 p. 591.
to audit estate,
vol. 2 p. 486.
to King on Everard,
vol. 3 pp. 2-5.
to S. P. G. on church affairs,
vol. 2 pp. 291-292.
treasurer,
vol. 25 p. 164.
vestryman,
vol. 2 p. 209.
vol. 23 p. 7.
votes to suspend Porter,

Gale, Edward,
address to King,
vol. 3 pp. 134-135.
negro of tried,
vol. 4 p. 530.
signs land grant,
vol. 4 p. 318.

Gale, Eliza,
imported,
vol. 2 p. 3.

Gale, Eser,
lives in N. E.,
vol. 22 p. 734.

Gale, Geo.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1068.

Gale, John,
to command the Betsey,
vol. 10 p. 690, p. 695.

Gale, Mary,
petition to Johnston on claims for rent,

Gale, Miles,
vol. 22 p. 732.
vol. 23 p. 136, p. 462.
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 241, p. 256.
report on militia company,
vol. 22 pp. 326-327.

Gale, Miles,
to Bp. of London on religious affairs,
vol. 1 pp. 867-868.
to S. P. G. on need of missionaries,
vol. 2 p. 133.

Gale, Miles,
consulted on pilotage, beaconing, &c.,
vol. 3 p. 638, p. 642.
juror,
vol. 4 p. 516.
ordered to sell claims and buys,
vol. 5 p. 68.
suit of Everard against,

Gale, Sara,
affidavit against Burrington,
vol. 3 p. 122.

Gale, Thos.,
account of,
vol. 2 p. 293.
son of Miles,
vol. 2 p. 133.

Gale, Wm.,
to his father on affairs in 1703,
vol. 22 pp. 732-5.

Gale family,
in Va.,
vol. 22 p. 734.

Galeneau, M. de,
commands the Ferdinand,
vol. 13 p. 378.

Galespy.
See Gillespie, etc.

Galespy, David,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Galland, John,
has blank patent,
vol. 3 p. 222.
takes patent to Core Sound,
vol. 3 p. 248.

Galland's Neck,
value,
vol. 10 p. 800.

Gallant's Neck,
vol. 22 p. 746.

Gallant's Point,
salt works to be at,
vol. 10 p. 621.

Gallaspee.
See Gillespie, etc.

Gallaspee, James,
guard for,
vol. 10 p. 830.

Gallaspie, Alex.,
commandant of pioneers in Regulator compaign,
vol. 8 p. 580.

Gallatin, Albert,
obtains list of N. C. papers,
vol. 1 p. v.

Gallatin Co., III.,
vol. 22 p. 102.

Gallaway.
See Galloway.

Gallaway, James,
coms'r on D. S. Canal,
vol. 25 p. 91.
to take subs. for D. S. Canal,
vol. 25 p. 83.

Gallaway, Jas.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 320.

Gallaway, Robert,
navigation coms'r,
vol. 25 p. 107.

Gallaway, Sarah,
petition,
vol. 19 p. 530.

Gallaway, Thos.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 387.

Gallaway,
vol. 12 p. 474, p. 475.

Galledge, Bretain,
dead,
vol. 17 p. 407.

Gallespie.
See Gillespie, etc.

Gallespie, Geo.,
vol. 24 p. 539.

Galley, The,
vol. 22 p. 556.

Galleys,
built at South Quay,
vol. 22 p. 750.
commissioners to fit out,
vol. 10 p. 973, p. 981.
committee to procure fixtures for,
vol. 10 p. 973.

Galliard, John,
petitions to clear river,
vol. 21 p. 92, p. 99.

Gallimore, James,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 179.

Gallimore, John,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 215.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Gallimore, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 366.

Gallimore, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 375.

Gallio,
vol. 10 p. 1024.

Gallop, Abel,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 346.

Gallop, Daniel,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 345.

Gallop, Isaac,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 516.
vol. 16 p. 1063.

Gallop, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 345.

Gallop, Jonas,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 346.

Gallop, Mark,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 346.

Gallop, Mark,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 349.

Gallop, Matw.,
army rank,
vol. 13 p. 509.
vol. 16 p. 1063.

Gallop, Zack,
prisoner,
vol. 15 p. 169.
vol. 22 p. 523.

Gallope, Isaac,
soldier,
vol. 18 p. 797.

Galloway.
See Gallaway.

Galloway (Gallaway), Charles,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 994.
in Conv. 1788,
nom. for C. of S.,
on S. C. of Salisbury Dist.,
vol. 10 p. 215.
petition on C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 806-807.

Galloway, Flagg,
witness to treaty,
vol. 18 p. 515.

Galloway, Francis,
in militia,
vol. 9 p. 1050.

Galloway (Gallaway), James,
vol. 21 p. 641.
in Assembly,
vol. 22 p. 54.
in Conv. 1788,
in Conv. 1789,
navigation coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 600.
nom. as Indian coms'r,
vol. 20 p. 557.
vol. 21 p. 117.
for C. of S.,
vol. 21 p. 386, p. 703.
for U. S. Conv.,
vol. 20 p. 542, p. 545.
vol. 21 p. 94.
on com. of Assem.,

Galloway, Jas.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 280.

Galloway, John,
act for land to,
vol. 24 pp. 629-30.
land grant to,
vol. 19 p. 573.

Galloway, John,
house of condemned,
vol. 7 p. 703.

Galloway, Jos.,
turns loyalist,
vol. 9 p. 1246.

Galloway, Mary,
pensioned,
vol. 19 p. 596, p. 600.

Galloway, Thos.,
direction to as pilot,
vol. 10 pp. 393-394.

Galor's Branch,
vol. 19 p. 68.

Galphin, George,
vol. 11 p. 175, p. 185.
commissioner to Creeks,
vol. 10 pp. 329-331.
papers on Indian affairs considered,
vol. 15 p. 153.
peace commissioner with Cherokees,
vol. 11 p. 417.
Supt of So. Indian affairs,
vol. 10 p. 348.
thinks Creeks will not join Cherokees,
vol. 10 p. 759.

Galphinton, Ga.,
vol. 18 p. 553.
treaty to be held there,

Galt, Robt.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 382.

Galveston, Texas,
taken by Spaniards,
vol. 22 p. 616.

Galvez, Don.,
location and condition,
vol. 15 p. 253.

Gamalion, Abm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1068.

Gambal.
See Gambel, Gambell Gamble.

Gambal, Lieut.,
recommended to Caswell,
vol. 14 p. 111.

Gambel (Gamble), Mr.,
to consider leather and shoe question,
vol. 14 p. 443, p. 444.

Gambell, Capt.,
escorts wagons north,
vol. 13 p. 69.

Gambell, Adam,
will proved,
vol. 1 p. 435.

Gambell, Edmunds,
army record,
vol. 13 p. 474.
vol. 16 p. 1062.

Gamberlin, Jas.,
army rank,
vol. 13 p. 515.
vol. 16 p. 1063.

Gambier, Admiral,
sends manifesto to N. C.,
vol. 13 p. 296.

Gambier, Commodore,
vol. 8 p. 549.

Gamble.
See Gambal, Gambel, Gambell.

Gamble, Capt.,
receives deserters, &c.,
vol. 16 p. 627.

Gamble, Lt.,
vol. 16 p. 637.

Gamble, Archibald (W.),
deposition on Lincoln's conduct of Charleston campaign,
vol. 15 p. 41, pp. 42-43.

Gamble, Caleb,
memorial,
vol. 20 p. 231.

Gamble, Edmund,
vol. 14 p. 468.
ammunition left with,
vol. 15 p. 464, p. 468.
in charge of public stores,
vol. 15 p. 568, p. 574.
lieut.,
vol. 13 p. 476.
memorial,
not to issue ammunition,
vol. 15 p. 585.
orders to on provisions,
vol. 15 p. 539.
payment to,
vol. 13 p. 352.
receives pay for soldiers,
vol. 17 p. 193, p. 216, p. 247.
stores to,
vol. 15 p. 597.
to contract for leather,
vol. 14 p. 451.
to Sumner on Br. in Va.,
vol. 15 p. 553.
on letters, Hill, Reen, &c.,
vol. 15 p. 567.

Gamble, James, & Co.,
property confiscated,
vol. 24 p. 263, p. 424.

Gamble, Reading,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 215.

Gamblers,
act on,
vol. 24 pp. 597-8.

Gambling, Josiah,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 347.

Gambling,
act against,
See Also - Gaming.

Game,
vol. 2 pp. 782-798.
act for preservation of deer,
bill to preserve in Transylvania,
in Clarendon Co.,
vol. 1 p. 154.
in S. C.,
vol. 1 p. 206.
noticed,
vol. 1 p. 135.
on Cape Fear River,
vol. 1 p. 69.

Gamelion, Abram,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.

Gamelion, Henry,
taxable,
vol. 15 p. 191.

Gamellion, Henry,
voter,
vol. 15 p. 238.

Games, Anthony,
reenlists,
vol. 15 p. 750.

Gamewell, George,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 497.

Gamewell, John,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 497.

Gamewell, Wm.,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 215.

Gaming,
act to prevent,
vol. 5 p. 23.
bill on,
vol. 19 pp. 546-547.
condemned by Cont. Cong.,
Eng. acts on in force in N. C.,
vol. 23 p. 324, p. 326.
See Also - Gambling.

Gamlin, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 373.

Gammell, James, & Co.,
money allowed to withheld,
vol. 10 p. 998.

Gammell, Wm.,
in army,
vol. 15 p. 722.

Gammon, Joshua,
canteen maker,
vol. 15 p. 620.

Gammon, Jese,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Gamon, Joshua,
wood worker,
vol. 15 p. 477.

Gamwell, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1067.

Gan, John,
asks for new county,
vol. 9 p. 90.

Gandy, Ephriam,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Gandy, Jno.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1062.

Ganet, ——,
messenger,
vol. 2 p. 344.

Ganey, Stephen,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 636.

Ganey, Thomas,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 521.

Ganey, Wm.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 67.

Ganier, Joseph,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 619.

Gann, Addam,
petition on C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 806-808.

Gann, Nathan,
petition on C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 806-808.

Gann, Samuel,
petition on C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 806-808.

Gann, Sam'l, Sr.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 67.

Gano, Rev. John,
work as Baptist preacher,

Gant, ——,
deserter,
vol. 16 p. 592.

Gant, Isham,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 376.

Gant, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 376.

Gant, John,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 625.

Gant, Jno., Jr.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 376.

Gant, Lewis,
assists deserters,
vol. 16 p. 1201.

Gant, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 376.

Gant, Wm.,
on Rowan S. C.,
vol. 10 p. 252.

Ganter, Christian,
petitions for lands,
vol. 4 pp. 954-956.

Gapen, John,
regulator,
vol. 7 p. 736.

Gar, Wm.,
receives soldiers' pay,
vol. 17 p. 258.

Garcio, ——,
prisoner,
vol. 22 p. 268.

Gard, Capt.,
paroled,
vol. 14 p. 752.

Gard, David,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 392.

Gard, Joshua,
in militia,
vol. 17 p. 1057.

Gard, Timothy,
exchanged and character,
vol. 22 p. 551.

Garden, Alexander,
vol. 3 p. 624.
commissary of S. C. and N. C.,
vol. 3 p. 391.
gives books for distribution,
vol. 4 p. 609.
proposes maintenance,
vol. 4 p. 795.
sends Lapierre to N. C.,
vol. 3 pp. 529-530.
to Bishop of London on Boyd and church affairs,
vol. 4 pp. 263-265.

Garden, Alexander,
extract from Diary of American Revolution,
vol. 15 p. 386.

Gardener, Jno.,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 188.

Gardener, John,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 245.

Gardener, Joseph,
exempted,
vol. 6 p. 900a.

Gardener, Wm.,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 245.

Gardener's,
tobacco inspection at,
vol. 23 p. 641, p. 792.

Gardener's Ford (Isaac),
vol. 24 p. 826.

Gardiner, Capt.,
vol. 11 p. 704.

Gardiner, George,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.

Gardiner, Jno.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1071.

Gardiner, Jno.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1071.

Gardiner, Martin,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 710.

Gardiner, Martin, Jr.,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 642.

Gardiner, Martin, Sr.,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 642, p. 710.

Gardiner, Wm.,
in Assembly,
vol. 4 p. 720.
land grant asked for,
vol. 4 p. 440.
grants to,
vol. 4 p. 704.

Gardner, Mr.,
vol. 13 p. 100.

Gardner, Capt.,
boots to,
vol. 14 p. 459.
resigns,
vol. 11 p. 524.

Gardner, Capt.,
brings slaves from N. S.,
vol. 17 p. 595.

Gardener, Col.,
vol. 9 p. 1231.

Gardner, Barzillai,
in Assem.,
on com. of Assembly,
vol. 18 p. 9, p. 51, p. 237, p. 283.
town coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 779.

Gardner, Caleb,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 327.

Gardner, Dempsey,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1067.

Gardner, Elias,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 67.

Gardner, Eliz.,
binds out son,
vol. 1 p. 495.

Gardner, Geo.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1068.

Gardner, Henry,
pays in bills of credit,
vol. 16 p. 306.

Gardner, Hyman,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 215.

Gardner, Jacob,
militiaman,
vol. 7 p. 262.

Gardner, Jas.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 327.

Gardner, James,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 494.

Gardner, James,
pay to,
vol. 22 p. 1015.

Gardner, John,
exempt,
vol. 22 p. 388.

Gardner, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 388.

Gardner, John,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 524.

Gardner, John,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 525.

Gardner, John,
land disputes,
vol. 6 p. 630.

Gardner, John,
militiaman,
vol. 7 p. 263.

Gardner, John,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 67.

Gardner, John,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 241.

Gardner, John,
town coms'r and treasurer,
vol. 25 p. 268, p. 269.

Gardner, Joseph,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 215.

Gardner, Jos.,
claims,
vol. 21 p. 231, p. 234, p. 597.

Gardner, Laserus,
militiaman,
vol. 7 p. 262.

Gardner, Martin,
juror,
vol. 2 p. 364.

Gardner, Parish,
deposition on illegal fees,
vol. 7 p. 775.

Gardner, Richard,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 214.

Gardner, Samuel,
promotion desired,
vol. 13 p. 133.

Gardner, Stephen,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 412.

Gardner, Thos.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1068.

Gardner, Thomas,
petitions on need of money,
vol. 7 pp. 866-867.

Gardner (Gardener, Gardiner), Wm.,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 47, p. 346.
in Assembly,
vol. 4 p. 493, p. 651.

Gardner, Wm.,
commissioner on provisions,
vol. 15 p. 200.
to take charge of provisions, &c.,
vol. 13 p. 953.

Gardner, Wm.,
ensign,
vol. 10 p. 188.

Gardner, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 412.

Gardner, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 392.

Gardner, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 473.

Gardner, Wm.,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 525.

Gardner, Wm.,
land grant asked,
vol. 4 p. 708.

Gardner, Wm.,
lieut.,
vol. 10 p. 287.

Gardner, Wm.,
militiaman,
vol. 7 p. 262.

Gardner, Wm.,
owes state,
vol. 21 p. 1070.

Gardner, Wm.,
petitions on need of money,
vol. 7 pp. 866-867.

Gardner, William,
son bound out,
vol. 1 p. 495.

Gardner, Wm.,
to be arrested,
vol. 10 p. 940.

Gardner, Wm., Jr.,
bound out,
vol. 1 p. 495.

Gardner's,
inspection at,
vol. 25 p. 313, p. 379.

Gardner's Bay, L. I.,
vol. 17 p. 993.

Gardner's Diary of the Revolution,
extract from,
vol. 14 pp. 874-876.
vol. 15 pp. 171-172.

Gardnier, Wm.,
resurvey granted to,
vol. 4 p. 353.

Gardoqui, Don Diego de,
and Spanish negotiations,
vol. 22 pp. 899-902.
Spanish minister,
vol. 21 p. 539.
to Johnston on Indian outrages and answer,

Garets, Mr.,
vol. 19 p. 896.

Garey.
See Gary.

Garey, George,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.

Garey, Thos.,
in army,
vol. 15 p. 720.

Garey, Thos.,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 331.

Garfott, Gregory,
will proved,
vol. 1 p. 610.

Gargales Creek,
vol. 5 p. 1147.

Garganus, Fra.,
appraiser,
vol. 2 p. 43.

Gargas, Job,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Gargis, Job,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 67.

Garish.
See Garrish.

Garish, Daniel,
claim allowed,
vol. 9 p. 215, p. 220.

Garish (Garnish), Thos.,
enlists,
vol. 22 pp. 445-6.
pensioned,

Garland, Elisha,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1063.

Garland, Henry,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Garland, Humphy,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1065.

Garland, John,
affidavit by,
vol. 8 p. 200.

Garland, Jno.,
army rank,
vol. 13 p. 504.
vol. 16 p. 1063.
captain,
vol. 10 p. 284.

Garland, John, Jr.,
receives pay for soldiers,

Garland, John, Sr.,
receives pay for soldiers,
vol. 17 p. 202.

Garland, Joseph,
petitions on need of money,
vol. 7 pp. 866-867.

Garland, Peter,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 524.
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 591.

Garland, Stephen,
Capt. of militia,
vol. 14 p. 135.

Garland, Thomas,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Garland, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Garland,
ship,
vol. 5 p. 783.

Garland,
ship of war,
vol. 5 p. v, p. 144d.

Garlies, ——,
to King on Queen's Collegs act,
vol. 9 p. 596.
to Martin on laws to be disallowed,
vol. 9 pp. 597-598.

Garlin, Sam.,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 189.

Garling, Ed.,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 190.

Garner, Mr.,
in C. C.,
vol. 17 p. 556, p. 557.

Garner, Capt.,
loyalist,
vol. 10 p. 600.

Garner, Dempsy,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Garner, Jacob,
petitions on land grants,
vol. 11 pp. 250-253.

Garner, John,
petition on C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 806-808.

Garner, Jo., Jr.,
protests against regulators,
vol. 8 pp. 273-274.

Garner, Joseph,
on S. C. of Pitt,
vol. 9 p. 1095.
patroler,
vol. 10 p. 63.

Garner, Martin,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 188.

Garner, Peter,
fined,
vol. 22 p. 512, p. 513.

Garner, Thos.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Garner, Wm.,
escapes from prison,
vol. 10 p. 631.
loyalist,
vol. 10 p. 597.

Garnes.
See Garns.

Garnes, Anty.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1066.

Garnes, Gabl.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Garnes, Jeffry,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1066.

Garnes, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 383.

Garnet, Anthony,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 365.

Garnet, Anthony,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 375.
wants to be militia capt.,
vol. 5 p. 425.

Garney, Capt.,
wounded,
vol. 14 p. 621.

Garnishees,
provision for,
vol. 24 pp. 55-6, p. 58.
vol. 25 p. 279, p. 441.

Garniss, James,
to be tried for disloyalty,
vol. 10 p. 253, p. 254.

Garnix, John,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 630.

Garnon, James,
to bring suit,
vol. 10 p. 433.

Garnon, Rich'd,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-13.

Garns.
See Garnes.

Garns, Anthony,
in army,
vol. 15 p. 732.

Garom, Absalom,
signs Pitt Asso.,
vol. 10 p. 221.

Garran, James,
money to be paid to,
vol. 10 p. 1018.

Garrard, Mr.,
sick,
vol. 16 p. 519.

Garrard, Charles,
army records,
vol. 13 p. 480.

Garrard, Rev. John,
Baptist minister,
vol. 5 p. 1167.

Garrat.
See Garret, Garrett, Garrit, Garrot.

Garrat, Mr.,
to send for Rainsford,
vol. 2 p. 17.

Garrat, Thos.,
soldier,
vol. 18 p. 797.

Garratt, Mr.,
preaching at,
vol. 1 p. 858, p. 859.

Garratt, Eliz.,
imported,
vol. 1 p. 582.

Garratt, Mary Fitt,
imported,
vol. 1 p. 582.

Garratt, Robert,
false name of Robert Clarke,
vol. 1 p. 666.

Garress, Sikes,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 505.

Garret.
See Garrat, Garratt, Garrit, Garrot.

Garret, Col.,
position of regt. in army,
vol. 12 p. 508.

Garret, Brian,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 187.

Garret, Dan'l,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1064.

Garrit, Daniel,
asks for lapse patent,
vol. 2 p. 501.

Garret, Dan'll,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 525.

Garret, Dan.,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 186.

Garret, Daniel,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 245.

Garret, Daniel,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 260.

Garret, Henry,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 1038.
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 803.

Garret, Humphry,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 256.

Garret, Jas.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1064.

Garret, James,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 496.

Garret, James,
petition,
vol. 20 p. 131, p. 314.

Garret, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 372.

Garret, John,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 245.

Garret, John,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 260.

Garret, Mary,
petition,
vol. 20 p. 131, p. 314.

Garret, Mary,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 245.

Garret, Saml.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Garret, Thos.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1063.

Garret, Thos.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1064.

Garret (Garrett), Thos.,
church warden,
thanks S. P. G. for books,
vol. 1 pp. 700-701.
vestryman,
vol. 1 p. 678, p. 680.

Garret, Thos.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 396.

Garret, Thomas,
petition,
vol. 20 p. 131, p. 312.

Garret, Thos.,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 252.

Garret, Thos.,
sells land,
vol. 4 p. 34.

Garret, Thos., Jr.,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 256.

Garret, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1067.

Garret, Wm.,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 186.

Garret, Wm.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 66.

Garrett, Mr.,
vol. 18 p. 588.

Garrett, Anthony,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 215.

Garrett, Daniel,
juror,
vol. 2 p. 596, p. 655.

Garrett, James,
in Assembly,
vol. 19 p. 372.

Garrett, James,
imported,
vol. 1 p. 436.

Garrett, Jesse,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 358.

Garrett, John,
asks for new county,
vol. 9 pp. 89-90.
petitions on county bounds,
vol. 9 pp. 633-634.

Garrett, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 270.

Garrett, Jonathan,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 349.

Garrett, Rich'd,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 358.

Garrett, Samuel,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.

Garrett, Sam,
tried,
vol. 19 p. 413, p. 739, p. 741.

Garrett, Thos.,
a J. P.,
vol. 3 p. 244.
vol. 4 p. 47, p. 346.

Garrett, Thomas,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 214.

Garrett, Thos.,
asks pay for negro executed,
vol. 17 p. 286.
petition considered,
vol. 17 p. 317, p. 329.
granted,
vol. 17 p. 405.
in favor of,
vol. 20 p. 38, p. 97, p. 108.
slave tried,
vol. 19 p. 413, p. 739, p. 741.
vol. 20 p. 12, p. 22.

Garrett, Thos.,
exempted,
vol. 5 p. 1079.

Garrett, Thos.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 357.

Garrett, Thos.,
juror,
vol. 1 p. 415, p. 433, p. 434.
vol. 2 p. 358, p. 398, p. 686.

Garrett, Thos.,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 516.

Garrett, Thomas,
vestryman,
vol. 2 p. 208.
vol. 23 p. 7.

Garrett, Thos., Jr.,
juror,
vol. 2 p. 646, p. 666.
vol. 25 p. 186.

Garrey, Thomas,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 602.
rights proved,
vol. 4 p. 598.

Garrick, Black,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1064.

Garris.
See Garriss.

Garris, Bedford,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 66.

Garris, Begford,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.
See Also - Garriss.

Garris, Hardy,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Garris, Sikes,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.

Garris, Thomas,
in militia,
vol. 17 p. 1042.

Garrish, Thos.,
Claims allowed,
vol. 9 p. 212.

Garrison, Joseph,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-9.

Garrison, Stephen,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Garrison, Stephen,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1071.

Garrison,
at house of Col. Brice,
vol. 2 p. 200.
at Shackelford's, allowed to plant corn,
vol. 2 p. 2.
salt for,
vol. 1 p. 866.

Garrisons in N. C.,
number,
vol. 1 p. 826, p. 828.

Garrison's Point,
vol. 5 p. 819.

Garriss.
See Garris.

Garriss, Bigford,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 524.

Garriss, Henry,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 67.

Garrit.
See Garrat, Garret, Garrot.

Garrit, Antony,
petitions,
vol. 19 p. 935.

Garrot, John,
a volunteer,
vol. 14 p. 838.

Garrott, Humphrey,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 516.

Garrott, James,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 215.

Garrott, Thomas,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 215.
in army,
vol. 13 p. 515.

Garth, Charles,
memorial on S. C. boundary,

Garvey, Patrick,
petition of considered,

Garvey, Thos.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1065.
nominated for major,
vol. 21 p. 780, p. 938.

Garvin, Thomas,
pay to,
vol. 22 p. 487.

Garvis, John,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 214.

Garvis, Joshua,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 214.

Garvis, Pigford,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1067.

Garvis, Sykes,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1067.

Garvis, Wylley,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Garvy, Matw.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1065.

Gary.
See Garey.

Gary, Joseph,
petitions on roads and ferries,
vol. 5 pp. 164-166.

Garzia, Widow,
distress of,
vol. 4 pp. 872-873.

Garzia (Gazia, Garcia, Garsia, Gazzia), Rev. John,
vol. 4 p. 7.
appointed missionary,
vol. 4 p. 560, p. 561, p. 571.
claim considered by Assembly,
vol. 4 p. 549.
dead,
vol. 4 p. 752, p. 756, p. 796.
law suit over land with Corprew,
vol. 4 p. 71.
paid for sermon before Assembly,
vol. 4 p. 92, p. 132.
summoned as witness,
vol. 4 p. 69.
to S. P. G. on his work,
vol. 4 pp. 604-605.

Garzie, John,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 64.

Gascins.
See Gaskin, Gaskins.

Gascins, William,
juror,
vol. 1 p. 595.

Gascoigne, William,
detains estate,
vol. 1 p. 430.
juror,
vol. 1 p. 415.
on plunder of Slaughter's estate,
vol. 1 pp. 413-414.
petitions,
vol. 1 p. 413.

Gascoyne, Mr.,
works on Wilson's map of C.,
vol. 1 p. 344.

Gascoyne, Capt.,
owns land in S. C.,
vol. 4 p. 259.

Gascoyne, Bamber,
at Board of Trade meeting,
vol. 7 pp. 146-148.
to King on council,
vol. 9 pp. 824-825.
on N. C. acts,
on Queen's College act,
vol. 9 p. 596.
to Martin on laws to be disallowed,
vol. 9 pp. 597-598.

Gasey, George,
in army,
vol. 15 p. 720.

Gasketh, Wm.,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 1038.

Gaskie, Dr. James,
claims,
vol. 9 p. 590.

Gaskill, Capt.,
takes prisoners,
vol. 14 p. 111.

Gaskill, Jos.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 428.

Gaskill, Wm.,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 966.

Gaskils, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 428.

Gaskin.
See Gascins, Gaskins.

Gaskin, ——,
law suit,
vol. 1 p. 397.

Gaskin, Adam,
lieut.,
vol. 10 p. 546.

Gaskin, Joseph,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1068.

Gaskin, Isaac,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.

Gaskin, Wm.,
juror,
vol. 1 p. 408, p. 446.
property of,
vol. 1 p. 398.
stock marks,
vol. 1 p. 398.

Gaskins, Adam,
asks protection for pilots,
vol. 9 pp. 803-804.
light house coms'r,
vol. 25 pp. 54-5.
petition on military service,
vol. 14 p. 334.
to Cogdell on privateer,
vol. 14 p. 125, p. 127.

Gaskins, David,
petitions for Windsor as C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 804-805.

Gaskins, Fisher,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 321.

Gaskins, Fisher,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 322.

Gaskins, Thos.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 321.

Gaskins, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 13 p. 507.
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Gaskins, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1064.

Gaspee Bay,
vol. 5 p. 463.

Gasper, Mr.,
buys at Martin sale,
vol. 22 p. 885.

Gasper's Lick,
vested in coms'rs,
vol. 24 p. 915.

Gassaway, ——,
prisoner,
vol. 16 p. 673.

Gaster, ——,
vol. 11 p. 830.

Gaster, Jacob,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 66.

Gaston, ——,
in Assem.,
vol. 20 p. 343.

Gaston, Col.,
qualifies members of Assembly,
vol. 3 p. 641.

Gaston, Alex.,
a J. P.,
vol. 11 p. 710.
vol. 23 p. 993.
acquitted of killing Davis's bull,
vol. 13 p. 162.
act to emancipate slave,
vol. 24 p. 859.
advertises drugs,
vol. 13 p. 421.
affairs of,
vol. 16 p. 470.
affidavit against Davis in matter of Frenchmen,
bill to emancipate Hannah,
buys at Martin sale,
vol. 22 p. 883, p. 885, p. 887.
charge of,
vol. 22 p. 427.
Chariol tried before,
vol. 13 p. 142.
commissioner on exports,
vol. 10 pp. 473-474.
cures soldiers,
vol. 13 p. 447.
juror,
vol. 8 p. 509.
judge,
vol. 12 p. 109.
memorial on school,
vol. 7 pp. 35-36.
nominated as judge of Admiralty,
vol. 12 p. 43, p. 44.
on Safety Committee of Craven,
vol. 9 p. 1144.
on Newbern dist S. Com.,
refuses to sign warrant for seizure of goods,
vol. 13 p. 47.
takes Indian slave from Tomlinson,
to — on supplies,
vol. 22 p. 756.
to Caswell on arrival of French officers,
vol. 11 pp. 486-487.
on supplies to militia,
vol. 13 p. 165.
on threatened invasion,
vol. 14 pp. 85-86.
on trouble with Davis,
vol. 13 p. 162.
trial of,
vol. 13 p. 156.

Gaston, Mrs. Alexr.,
vol. 16 p. 470.

Gaston, Hannah,
act to emancipate,
vol. 24 p. 859.

Gaston, Henry,
a J. P.,
vol. 3 p. 417.
in council,
vol. 3 p. 628, p. 629.

Gaston, Hermon,
resolve to discharge from Cont. service,
vol. 12 p. 65.

Gaston, John,
asks representative for Beaufort,
vol. 9 pp. 640-641.

Gaston, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 397.

Gaston, Mrs. Margaret,
petition of,
vol. 18 p. 13, p. 240, p. 246.

Gaston, Wm.,
petitions on land grants,
vol. 11 pp. 250-252.

Gaston Co.,
German Reformed churches in,
vol. 8 p. 751.
Germans in,
vol. 8 p. 729.
Tories in,
vol. 22 p. 731.

Gaston Co. (Error for Bertie?),
militia returns,
vol. 22 p. 310.

Gaston's,
vol. 22 p. 95.

Gately, Isaac,
army pay,
vol. 16 p. 215.

Gates, Mr. (son of Gen. G.),
vol. 14 p. 565, p. 669, p. 826.
death of,
vol. 14 pp. 739-740.

Gates, Major,
vol. 14 p. 498.

Gates, Gen. Horatio,
vol. 10 p. 431, p. 603.
vol. 11 p. 789, p. 809.
vol. 13 p. 40, p. 82, p. 126.
vol. 21 p. 28.
advances into S. C.,
vol. 15 p. 267.
and Camden defeat,
vol. 15 p. 60.
and sufferings of Amer. prisoners,
vol. 17 p. 625.
appointed to command northern army,
vol. 11 p. 748.
appoints a clothing committee,
vol. 14 p. 714.
Armand to on alarm from Br.,
vol. 14 p. 549.
on condition of his troops and his movements,
vol. 14 pp. 590-591.
on complaints against his command,
vol. 14 p. 600.
on his movements,
vol. 14 p. 630.
on his service in the army,
vol. 14 pp. 509-510.
on letters,
vol. 14 p. 557.
on reinforcements to his command,
vol. 14 pp. 536-537.
Armstrong to on battle of Camden, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 587-589.
on lead,
vol. 14 p. 593.
on private affairs,
vol. 14 pp. 630-631.
on prisoners,
vol. 14 p. 727, p. 728.
on disposition of King's Mountain prisoners,
vol. 14 pp. 744-745.
on Southern campaign,
vol. 14 pp. 496-499.
army of improving,
vol. 10 p. 802.
strong,
vol. 11 p. 636.
arouses patriots in S. C.,
vol. 15 p. 284.
Assembly to on further retreat of troops,
vol. 14 pp. 612-613.
at council of war,
vol. 15 pp. 160-161.
at Hillsboro,
vol. 15 p. 279.
at Ticonderoga,
vol. 10 p. 891.
Blount to on clothing,
vol. 14 pp. 731-732.
and mobs in Eng.,
vol. 14 pp. 591-592.
on supplies,
Board of War to on guard for ammunition,
vol. 14 pp. 394-395.
to on Malett and salt,
vol. 14 p. 411.
on removal of sick from Halifax,
vol. 14 pp. 378-379.
on Taylor as commissary of hides,
vol. 14 p. 384.
British report on movements of,
vol. 15 p. 51, p. 52, p. 53.
Browne to on death of his son,
vol. 14 pp. 739-740.
on hospital,
vol. 14 p. 562.
on supplies and hospitals,
vol. 14 pp. 756-757.
Buford to on Arms, &c.,
vol. 14 p. 722.
on his condition and troops,
vol. 14 p. 663.
Burgoyne surrenders to,
vol. 13 p. 263.
vol. 15 p. 707.
Burke to on insolence of army in collecting provisions,
vol. 15 p. 779.
on excesses and insolence of troops,
vol. 15 pp. 769-770.
on line of defence against British,
vol. 14 pp. 618-621.
on proposed movements of British,
vol. 15 pp. 776-779.
on provisions and treatment of public by army,
vol. 15 pp. 775-776.
Call to on So. campaign,
vol. 14 pp. 507-508.
Campbell to on Va. militia,
vol. 14 pp. 594-595.
Carrrington to on clothing,
vol. 14 pp. 671-672.
Roanoke defenses, &c,
on British movements,
on forwarding of supplies,
vol. 14 pp. 726-727.
on his retirement from So. army,
vol. 14 pp. 761-762.
on movement of troops,
vol. 14 pp. 600-602.
on public affairs,
vol. 14 pp. 577-579.
on supplies,
for Va. troops,
vol. 14 pp. 690-692.
Caswell to on British movements,
vol. 14 pp. 515-516.
on clothing for troops,
vol. 13 pp. 74-75.
on discrimination against N. C. militia,
vol. 14 pp. 547-549.
on Halifax volunteers,
vol. 14 p. 555.
on movements of militia,
on proposed attack on British,
vol. 14 pp. 532-534.
on provisions,
on routes from Hillsboro to Pee Dee and provisions,
vol. 14 pp. 856-857.
Cheaver to on settling his accounts,
vol. 14 pp. 597-598.
Clajon to on Camden battle and finances,
vol. 14 pp. 632-633.
on public affairs,
vol. 14 pp. 565-567.
Clay to on purchase of supplies,
vol. 14 pp. 706-707.
Cleveland and others to on troops for King's Mountain,
vol. 14 pp. 663-664.
commands in the North,
vol. 10 p. 866.
Cont. Cong. to on rank,
vol. 14 p. 606.
Cornell to on movement of troops, in North, Tories, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 562-565.
correspondence of copied,
vol. 11 p. v.
court of inquiry ordered for,
vol. 15 p. 93, p. 113, p. 173.
Dart to on clothing,
vol. 14 p. 705.
Davidson to on British occupation of Charlotte, &c.,
vol. 14 p. 655.
vol. 15 p. 83.
on movements of British, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 674-675.
on movements of troops,
vol. 14 pp. 614-616.
on negroes,
vol. 14 p. 758.
defeat at Camden,
vol. 11 p. 823.
vol. 15 p. iv, p. v.
vol. 17 p. 1041.
vol. 18 p. 211.
defeats Burgoyne,
DeKalb to on progress of Southern campaign,
DePeyster to on condition of British prisoners,
vol. 14 pp. 724-725.
Deveaux to on condition of troops,
vol. 14 pp. 664-665.
on public affairs,
vol. 14 p. 701.
Dewar to on his parole,
vol. 14 p. 611.
does not attack Br.,
vol. 22 p. 974.
draft in favor of,
vol. 16 p. 405.
Drayton to on movements of British and supplies,
vol. 14 pp. 649-651.
on Camden defeat and private affairs,
vol. 14 pp. 571-572.
effect of retreat of,
vol. 14 p. 773.
Elliott to on clothing for Md. line,
vol. 14 p. 686.
on supplies,
vol. 14 pp. 629-630.
Ervin to on provisions and Tories,
vol. 14 p. 522.
expected to ruin Howe,
vol. 11 p. 682.
expects N. C. to support army,
vol. 15 p. 151.
extracts from correspondence of,
vol. 14 p. xv.
Falkner to on his troops,
vol. 14 p. 657.
on supplies, troops &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 648-9.
Few to on Br. and Amer. movements,
vol. 14 pp. 763-764.
Gist to on Md. troops, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 710-711.
Gordon to on Mass. affairs,
vol. 14 pp. 668-669.
Green to on supplies for army,
vol. 14 pp. 642-643.
Greene to on court of inquiry and answer,
vol. 14 pp. 765-768.
on reports from army,
vol. 14 p. 768.
Hall to on condition of troops,
vol. 14 p. 545.
on Md. troops,
vol. 14 pp. 687-688.
Hamilton on plundering,
vol. 14 pp. 602-603.
Harrington to on Br. and defeat of Tories,
vol. 14 pp. 609-610.
on Br. movements, &c.,
and Tories, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 673-674.
on Br. strength,
vol. 14 pp. 598-599.
on French fleet,
vol. 14 pp. 660-661.
on movement of troops, on Br. and Tories,
vol. 14 pp. 651-653.
on prisoners and reports,
vol. 14 pp. 697-698.
on promotion of Davidson over him, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 635-637.
to on report on Br.,
vol. 14 p. 605.
Hicks to on prisoners and Tories,
vol. 14 pp. 537-538.
holds council on location of troops,
vol. 14 p. 719.
Hunter to on supplies,
vol. 14 pp. 627-629.
Huntington to on acts of C. C., &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 610-611.
on appointment of Greene, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 721-722.
on court of inquiry,
vol. 14 p. 699.
on prisoners and volunteers,
vol. 14 pp. 551-552.
on return of provisions,
vol. 14 pp. 556-557.
in Phila.,
vol. 22 p. 970.
in need of provisions and answer of Board of War,
inactivity,
vol. 11 pp. 668-669.
Ingram to on control of stores,
vol. 14 pp. 662-663.
on the loading of public wagons,
vol. 14 p. 700.
James and others to asking for parole,
vol. 14 p. 596.
Jamison to on provisions and wagons,
vol. 14 pp. 639-640.
Jones to on movement of troops,
vol. 14 p. 681.
Kilty to on exchange of prisoners,
vol. 14 p. 686.
letter of laid before Gen. Assem.,
vol. 13 p. 400.
letter from,
vol. 14 p. 769.
Lewis to on provisions and money,
vol. 14 pp. 607-608.
location,
vol. 13 p. 197, p. 464, p. 496.
vol. 15 p. ix, p. 259, p. 266.
Long to on money,
vol. 14 pp. 655-656.
Mallett to on payment of warrants,
vol. 14 pp. 753-754.
Malmedy to on command for self,
vol. 14 p. 531.
on his army service and ambitions,
vol. 14 pp. 538-540.
on So. campaign,
vol. 14 pp. 631-632.
Marion to,
vol. 14 pp. 746-747.
on defeat of Tyne,
vol. 14 p. 726.
on his movements,
on his attacks on Br.,
vol. 14 pp. 665-666.
Martin to on Br. movements,
vol. 14 p. 720.
Maryland Council to on supplies to troops,
vol. 14 p. 673.
Matthews to on public affairs,
vol. 14 pp. 707-708.
Mazaret to on clothing, &c.,
vol. 14 p. 724.
Measam to on movements of British, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 634-635.
memorandum by on location of army,
vol. 14 p. 755.
Millett and Estis to on wagons,
vol. 14 p. 508.
Morgan to on new company to be raised by Shelby,
vol. 14 pp. 749-750.
on provisions,
vol. 14 pp. 762-763.
on his sickness,
vol. 14 p. 558.
on his suspension,
vol. 14 pp. 730-731.
Morris to on defeat of Tories,
vol. 14 p. 713.
on discharge of Va. troops,
vol. 14 p. 711.
on Tories and condition of troops,
vol. 14 p. 671.
movements,
vol. 15 p. 307.
Muhlenberg to on Br. in Va.,
vol. 14 pp. 728-729.
on clothing and movement of troops,
vol. 14 p. 670.
on movement of troops and clothing,
vol. 14 pp. 604-605.
on reenforcements to,
on supplies,
vol. 14 p. 687.
on Va. troops,
vol. 14 pp. 560-561.
Munford to on movements of troops,
vol. 14 p. 614.
on reinforcements,
vol. 14 pp. 576-577.
Nairne to on parole,
vol. 14 p. 719.
Nash to on Armand,
vol. 14 p. 595.
on empty treasury,
vol. 14 p. 702.
on plundering by troops,
vol. 14 p. 602.
on supplies for troops, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 513-514.
on Southern campaign,
vol. 14 pp. 504-505.
number of troops under,
vol. 15 p. 291.
opinion of in army,
vol. 15 p. 175.
orders Polk to Salisbury,
vol. 14 p. 736.
retreat of Harrington and countermands same,
vol. 14 p. 418, p. 423.
papers, extracts from,
vol. 15 pp. 3-4, pp. 89-91.
Paschke to on provisions,
vol. 14 p. 561.
Pendergrast to on provisions,
Penn to on provisions,
vol. 14 p. 640.
Peters to on linen and Southern campaign,
Pickering to on arms,
vol. 14 p. 533.
on his wound, &c.,
vol. 14 p. 560, p. 575.
placed in charge of Southern Dept.,
vol. 14 p. 501.
plans of considered,
vol. 15 p. 267.
of Leslie and Clinton against,
vol. 15 p. 291.
plot in favor of,
vol. 13 p. 61.
Polk gives receipt for draft,
vol. 14 p. 698.
to on attack on Br.,
vol. 14 p. 606.
on need of money,
vol. 14 pp. 684-685.
on threatened attack on N. C.,
vol. 14 pp. 608-609.
on Va. draft,
vol. 14 pp. 700-701.
Porterfield to on Br. movements,
vol. 14 pp. 546-517.
on his need of a surgeon,
vol. 14 p. 568.
on militia and British,
vol. 14 pp. 558-559.
on provisions,
vol. 14 pp. 533-534.
on Tories,
vol. 14 pp. 528-529.
on Williams's Va. company,
vol. 14 p. 535.
Ramsey to on provisions and Scotch,
vol. 14 pp. 543-545.
recommends manufacture of accouterments,
vol. 12 p. 720.
reinforces Washington,
vol. 11 p. 801, p. 806, p. 809.
report on battle of Stillwater,
vol. 11 p. 638.
on defeat at Camden,
vol. 15 pp. 383-385.
on evacuation of R. I.,
vol. 14 p. 219.
of Ticonderoga,
vol. 11 p. 814.
on King's Mtn. to C. C.,
vol. 15 p. xii.
on movements of Br.,
vol. 14 p. 213.
on Stillwater battle,
vol. 22 p. 971.
on Tory movements,
vol. 15 p. 413.
repulses Burgoyne,
vol. 22 p. 972.
result of defeat at Camden,
vol. 14 p. 769.
retreats to Hillsboro,
vol. 15 p. vi.
return of troops under,
vol. 15 p. 162.
returns North,
vol. 16 p. iv.
returns thanks for King's Mtn.,
vol. 15 pp. 115-116.
Richman to on medicines and hospitals,
vol. 14 pp. 523-525.
route of, etc.,
vol. 14 p. 396.
Rutherford to on Br. movements in S. C.,
vol. 14 pp. 825-826.
on blockade of Charleston,
vol. 14 p. 496.
on British movements,
vol. 14 pp. 514-515.
sends reinforcements to Washington,
vol. 11 p. 677, p. 681, p. 693.
Senf to on condition of Eastern Va.,
vol. 14 pp. 688-690.
on fleets, &c.,
vol. 14 p. 672.
on public affairs,
vol. 14 pp. 656-657.
on reinforcements and supplies to,
vol. 14 pp. 574-575.
sent to Boston,
vol. 13 p. 250.
vol. 22 p. 986.
Sharpe to on public affairs and his suspension,
vol. 14 pp. 708-709.
Smallwood to on British movements,
vol. 14 pp. 703-705.
on movements of Br. and Tories, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 712-713.
on Br. reinforcements, militia, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 743-744.
on clothing for Md. troops,
vol. 14 pp. 681-682.
on defeat of Tories,
vol. 14 pp. 698-699.
on failure of Polk to supply provisions,
vol. 14 p. 737.
on his movements,
vol. 14 p. 587.
on his retreat from Camden,
vol. 14 pp. 569-571.
on movement of troops, &c.,
on provision and movement of troops,
vol. 14 pp. 720-721.
on retreat of Cornwallis,
vol. 14 pp. 760-761.
on winter camp, provisions and prisoners,
vol. 14 pp. 740-743.
spirit in N. C. after defeat of,
vol. 15 pp. 375-376.
Stevens to on Camden defeat,
vol. 14 pp. 568-569.
condition of troops,
and movement of troops, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 737-739.
on militia,
vol. 14 pp. 637-638.
and money,
vol. 14 p. 613.
on movement of his troops,
vol. 14 pp. 573-574.
on prisoners,
vol. 14 pp. 752-753.
on provisions for troops,
and militia,
vol. 14 p. 594.
on supplies,
vol. 14 pp. 729-730.
on wagons,
vol. 14 p. 753.
stragglers from to be seized and movement of,
vol. 15 p. iv.
succeeds Lincoln,
vol. 14 p. xii.
Sumner and Harrington to obey,
vol. 14 p. 401.
Sumner to on Br. and Tories,
vol. 14 pp. 775-776.
on Br. movements,
and condition of troops,
vol. 14 pp. 661-662.
and smallpox,
vol. 14 pp. 678-679.
on Br. occupation of Charlotte and neighborhood,
vol. 15 pp. 89-91.
on captured dispatches,
vol. 14 pp. 679-680.
on condition of troops, &c.,
vol. 14 p. 590, p. 770.
on defeat of Tories,
vol. 14 pp. 611-612.
on defence of his position,
vol. 14 pp. 667-668.
on expiration of enlistments,
vol. 14 p. 781.
on his arrival in Salisbury and answer,
vol. 14 p. 773.
on his movements,
vol. 14 p. 593, p. 616, p. 778.
on King's Mountain,
vol. 14 p. 682.
vol. 15 p. 114.
on King's Mountain, Smallwood's command of militia, &c.,
vol. 14 p. 785.
on movements of troops,
vol. 14 pp. 646-648.
on return of troops,
vol. 14 p. 608.
on skirmishes of Davidson,
vol. 14 p. 784.
on Tories, &c., (2 letters);
and smallpox,
vol. 14 pp. 786-787.
Sumter to on Br. movements,
vol. 14 pp. 754-755.
on operations against Br.,
vol. 14 p. 550.
on prisoners,
vol. 14 p. 765.
surrenders So. army to command of Greene,
vol. 15 p. 170.
suspended and succeeded by Greene,
vol. 14 p. 709, p. 792.
vol. 15 p. xiv.
takes command of Northern army,
vol. 11 p. 570.
thanks Kolb,
vol. 15 p. v.
thanksgiving for victory of,
vol. 12 pp. 148-149.
threatens Burgoyne,
vol. 11 p. 623, p. 626.
to Board of War on Polk and provisions for army,
vol. 15 p. 416.
to call on So. States for militia,
vol. 14 pp. 851-852.
to Caswell on clothing for army,
vol. 13 pp. 17-18.
on recruits and their accourtrements,
vol. 13 pp. 75-77.
to Harrington with invitation to dinner,
vol. 15 p. 432.
to Jefferson on movement of troops,
vol. 15 p. 117.
to Nash on arms for militia,
vol. 15 p. 79.
on provisions,
vol. 15 pp. 3-4, pp. 17-18.
to organize So. army and defend So. States,
vol. 14 p. 852.
to Sumner on defence of the Yadkin,
vol. 14 pp. 778-779.
on movements of Br.,
vol. 14 p. 692, p. 693.
on movement of troops,
vol. 14 p. 781, p. 783.
on scouts,
vol. 14 p. 772.
to Washington on movements and condition of troops,
vol. 15 pp. 65-66.
trouble with over stores,
vol. 14 p. 447.
Vaughan to on wounded Americans,
vol. 14 p. 559.
Wade to on treatment of Tories, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 750-752.
War office to on clothing,
vol. 14 p. 551.
Weedon to on Br. attack on Va.,
vol. 14 p. 723.
on supplies,
vol. 14 p. 624.
White to on condition of his regiment,
vol. 14 pp. 510-512.
on troops,
vol. 14 pp. 582-583.
on movement of troops,
vol. 14 pp. 702-703.
Williams to on pursuit of Ferguson and invasion of Ga.,
vol. 15 p. 94.
on soldiers as waiters,
vol. 14 pp. 716-717.
on supplies and condition of troops,
vol. 14 pp. 734-735.

Gates, Mrs. Horatio,

Gates, Lovet,
asks relief from church tax,
vol. 9 pp. 95-96.
petition on who are tythables,
vol. 9 p. 97.

Gates, Lovett,
does not take oath,
vol. 22 p. 173.

Gates, Peter,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 215.

Gates, Thomas,
pirate and witness,
vol. 2 p. 341, p. 349.

Gates Co.,
vol. 13 p. 676.
vol. 14 p. 181.
vol. 16 p. 641.
vol. 18 p. 497.
vol. 19 p. 480.
vol. 24 p. 582, p. 860.
vol. 25 p. 64.
act on jurors,
vol. 24 pp. 273-5.
to alter time of county courts,
vol. 24 pp. 330-1, p. 717.
to establish,
vol. 24 pp. 230-2.
to tax for pub. buildings,
to make allowance to contractors for pub. buildings and tax,
vol. 24 p. 410.
bill to collect tax,
to complete buildings in,
vol. 17 p. 659, p. 733.
census of 1790,
vol. 26 pp. 556-568.
drafts from,
vol. 15 p. 591.
in Edenton dist.,
vol. 15 p. 377.
members in Assembly,
vol. 13 p. 735, p. 784, p. 914.
vol. 16 p. 1.
vol. 17 p. 264, p. 794, p. 877.
vol. 18 p. 2, p. 15, p. 226, p. 245.
members in Conv. 1788 and '89,
militia from,
vol. 15 p. 399.
in service,
vol. 15 p. 399.
owes State,
vol. 21 p. 1068, p. 1074.
population,
vol. 18 p. 433.
return of taxable property for,
vol. 21 p. 602.
tax in,
vol. 19 p. 706.
troops from move,
vol. 15 p. 483.

Gatesville, N. C.,
vol. 1 p. xx.

Gatewood, Dudley,
money due to,
vol. 16 p. 129, p. 131.
navigation coms'r,
vol. 25 p. 107.
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 67.

Gathier, Capt.,
sword to,
vol. 14 p. 439.

Gathmore, John,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 179.

Gathmore, Wm.,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 179.

Gatlain, Edward,
claims allowed,
vol. 12 p. 274, p. 275.

Gatlin, Edwd.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Gatlin, Ed., Jr.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 320, p. 321.

Gatlin, Ed., Sr.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 322.

Gatlin, James,
buys at Martin sale,
vol. 22 p. 882.

Gatlin, James,
claims,
vol. 9 p. 590.

Gatlin, Jese,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1071.

Gatlin, John,
abuses McLewean and taken into custody,
caveat against,
vol. 6 p. 1018.

Gatlin, John,
clerk of company,
vol. 22 p. 321, p. 322.

Gatlin, John,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 710, p. 765.

Gatlin, John, Jr.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 321, p. 322.

Gatlin, John, Sr.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 321, p. 322.

Gatlin, Levy,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1067.
court martialed,
vol. 12 p. 545.

Gatlin, Thomas,
rights proved,
vol. 4 p. 598.

Gatlin, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 321, p. 322.

Gatling, Capt.,
commands troops,
vol. 2 p. 309.

Gatling, Edward,
a J. P.,
vol. 2 p. 526.

Gatling, Edward,
allowance to,
vol. 12 p. 120.

Gatling, Ed.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 360.

Gatling, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 359.

Gatling (Gatlin), John,
land grant to,

Gatling, John, Jr.,
land grants to,
vol. 4 p. 1238, p. 1248.

Gatling, Levi,
army record,
vol. 13 p. 481.

Gatling, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 359.

Gatling, Wm., Jr.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 359.

Gaton, Capt.,
commands the Romulus,
vol. 15 p. 157.

Gatree, Matw.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Gatten, Jesse,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 66.

Gatten's Creek,
vol. 20 p. 431.

Gattery, Henry,
in army,
vol. 15 p. 723.

Gaugh, Daniel,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 214.

Gauge of barrels,
act on,
vol. 23 pp. 55-56, p. 333.
bill to ascertain,
note on act for,
vol. 3 p. 186.

Gaul, Patrick,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 214.

Gaunt, Giles,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Gaunt, Jas., & Co.,
property confiscated,
vol. 19 p. 672.

Gaurd, Jno.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1067.

Gaurd, Joshua,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Gause, Needham,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 993.
tries, values and condemns slaves,
vol. 13 pp. 375-376.

Gause (Gauge), Wm.,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 993.
in Assembly,
vol. 19 p. 378.
in Conv. 1789,
vol. 22 p. 36, p. 47, p. 48.
powder to,
vol. 10 p. 419.
tries, values and condemns slaves,
vol. 13 pp. 375-376.

Gauslin, Simon,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.

Gausnay, Wm.,
land grant to,
vol. 19 p. 573.

Gausney, Wm.,
act for land to,
vol. 24 pp. 629-30.
land grant to,
vol. 19 p. 572.

Gausway, Wm.,
act for land to,
vol. 24 pp. 629-30.

Gautier, Mr.,
asks leave to take oath,
vol. 16 p. 984.

Gautier (Gaitier), Joseph,
in Assembly,
in Conv. 1788,
See Also - Gaitier.

Gauze, Wm.,
building coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 632.

Gaven, Mr.,
vol. 5 p. 1211.

Gavin, Chas.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 330.

Gavin, Charles,
land grant to,

Gavin, Charles,
vestryman,
vol. 23 p. 343.

Gavin, Hugh,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 421.

Gavin, Sam,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 284.

Gavin, Sam'l,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 330.

Gavins, Charles,
rights proved,
vol. 4 p. 1249.

Gavin's Ford,
vol. 6 p. 758.

Gavish, John,
on regulation of Cross Creek,
vol. 15 pp. 209-211.

Gawler, Henry,
money paid to,
vol. 1 p. 455.

Gay, Ensign,
resigns,
vol. 13 p. 298.

Gay, Allen,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Gay, Babel,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Gay, Boble,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.

Gay, Henry,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 524.

Gay, Heny,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Gay, Jas.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Gay, Jas.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Gay, James,
asks for new county,
vol. 9 p. 90.

Gay, John,
killed,
vol. 22 p. 134.

Gay, John,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 710.

Gay, John,
pay to,
vol. 22 p. 1014.

Gay, John,
to Dry on seizure of vessels,
vol. 7 pp. 177-178.

Gay, Joshua,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Gay, Richd.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Gay, Simon,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1068.

Gay, Solomon,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Gay, Wm.,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 214.

Gay, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1068.

Gay, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Gay, Wm.,
in Davidson's Co.,
vol. 14 p. 294.

Gay, Wm.,
soldier,
vol. 20 p. 234, p. 235.

Gayden, Geo.,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 176.

Gaylard.
See Gaylord.

Gaylard (-lord), Benj.,
petition,

Gaylard, Jeremiah,
ensign of militia,
vol. 14 p. 135.

Gaylard, Thomas,
in militia,
vol. 9 p. 1050.

Gaylard, Thomas,
juror,
vol. 8 p. 509.

Gayle, Christopher,
petitions on county bounds,
vol. 9 pp. 633-634.

Gayler's Branch,
vol. 24 p. 527.

Gaylor, James,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 215.

Gaylor, Jas.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Gaylord.
See Gaylard.

Gaylord, John,
allowance to,
vol. 19 p. 428, p. 760, p. 765.

Gaylord, Samuel,
regulator,
vol. 8 p. 78.

Gayton, Capt.,
vol. 17 p. 980.

Gayton, Commodore,
vol. 15 p. 301.

Gazette,
vol. 5 p. 36.
vol. 7 p. ix, p. xxii.
vol. 8 p. v.
vol. 10 p. 846.
vol. 22 p. 620, p. 763.
by Davis & Boyd,
vol. 10 p. 1021.
printed by Steuart,
vol. 7 p. vi.
published by Dixon & Hunter,
vol. 10 p. 140.
Rivington's (?),
vol. 16 p. 873.
suppressed,
vol. 7 p. viii.

Gears, Billy,
deserters,
vol. 11 p. 834.

Gears, George,
deserter,
vol. 11 p. 834.

Gears, Jack,
deserter,
vol. 11 p. 834.

Geary, Admiral,
vol. 15 p. 121.

Geary, Geo.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1065.

Geary, Josh.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1065.

Geary's, Va.,
vol. 15 p. 383.

Geddes, Wm.,
pays for Del.,
vol. 17 p. 560.

Geddie, John,
to superintend printing of bills,
vol. 24 p. 475.

Geddy, Col.,
prisoners of considered,
vol. 20 p. 726.

Geddy, John,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 994.
account of,
vol. 20 p. 533.
allowance to,
vol. 19 p. 370.
vol. 20 p. 73.
claim,
vol. 19 p. 608.

Geddy, John,
coms'r on building,
vol. 24 p. 240.
on magazines,
vol. 13 pp. 683-684.
to build magazine,
vol. 12 p. 854.
deposition on accounts,
fair judge,
vol. 24 p. 284.
in Assem.,
in Prov. Cong.,
lieut. col. of militia,
vol. 12 p. 604, p. 712.
major,
vol. 10 p. 1001.
memorial,
considered,
vol. 17 p. 353, p. 363.
nom. as tobacco coms'r,
vol. 17 p. 413.
vol. 20 p. 100.
pay to,
vol. 22 p. 1013.
resigns as lieut. col.,
vol. 13 p. 708.
serves in place of Alston,
vol. 13 p. 397.
sheriff,
vol. 21 p. 1074.
to be captain,
vol. 14 p. 286.
to bring witness,
vol. 10 p. 689.
to learn to make salt petre,
vol. 10 p. 537.

Geddy, Thos.,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 528.

Gee, ——,
land warrant to,
vol. 5 p. 1091.

Gee, Capt.,
vol. 10 p. 622, p. 963.
roster of Co.,
wounded,
vol. 15 p. 638.

Gee, Col.,
vol. 10 p. 966.

Gee, Lt. Col.,
vol. 10 p. 745.

Gee, Chapel,
Commissary,
vol. 10 p. 569.
resigns as commissary,
vol. 10 p. 630.
to bring Fisher before Council of Safety,
vol. 10 p. 692.

Gee, Charles,
land grant lapses,
vol. 1 p. 855.

Gee, Drury,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 995.
accounts,
vol. 20 p. 26.
committee on tax accounts of,
in Assem.,
in Prov. Cong.,
lieut. col.,
vol. 10 p. 577.
major,
vol. 10 p. 531, p. 559.
on com. Prov. Cong.,
vol. 10 p. 507, p. 560.
on S. C. of Halifax Dist.,
vol. 10 p. 215.

Gee, Howell,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1066.

Gee, Jas.,
army rank,
vol. 13 p. 480.
vol. 16 p. 1063.
captain,
vol. 10 p. 559.
lieut.,
vol. 10 p. 187.
ordered to his command,
vol. 11 p. 752.
on court martial,
vol. 11 p. 752.
on regulation of Cross Creek,
vol. 15 pp. 209-211.
signs Cumberland Co. Ass'n,
vol. 10 pp. 29-30.

Gee, Jesse,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1068.

Gee, John,
in army,
vol. 15 p. 740.

Gee, John,
in Indian war,
vol. 10 p. 760.

Gee, John M.,
takes depositions on illegal fees in Orange,
vol. 7 p. 780, p. 781.

Gee, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1063.

Geekie, Mrs.,
property to,
vol. 17 p. 167.

Geekie (Giekie), James,
vol. 14 p. 803.
case of as J. P.,
contributes to S. C.,
vol. 10 p. 437.
executes warrant of Assembly,
vol. 15 p. 193.
marries and administers property,
vol. 17 p. 166, p. 167, p. 168.
on confiscation act,
vol. 15 pp. 203-204.
on S. C. of Wilmington,
payment to for medicines,
vol. 10 p. 358, p. 629.
surgeon in Cont. army,
vol. 10 p. 353.
to supply hospital,
vol. 10 p. 405.
taxable,
vol. 15 p. 191.
voter,
vol. 15 p. 237.

Gees, Nat.,
takes Indians to visit Washington,
vol. 11 p. 608.

Geeshall,
vol. 2 p. 540.

Geest, Joseph,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-11.

Gegg, Thos.,
witness to treaty,
vol. 17 p. 586.

Geikie, James,
recommended as judge,
vol. 20 p. 151.

Geingles, Samuel,
petition against marriage act,
vol. 9 pp. 623-624.

Geir, Christian,
prisoner,
vol. 17 p. 1045.

Gelaspie.
See Gillespie, etc.

Gelaspie, ——,
charged by Merril as leader of regulators,
vol. 8 p. 656, p. 657.

Gelatly, Alexander,
to leave country,
vol. 11 pp. 553-554.

Geldin, Isaac,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 509.
vol. 16 p. 1062.

Gellet, David,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 799.

Gellibrande, S.,
vol. 11 p. 34.

Gellion, Michael,
exempted,
vol. 9 p. 476.

Gemel, David,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-8.

Genealogy,
Barke (E.) to Dr. Burke on,
vol. 15 pp. 676-680.
fees for registering,
vol. 23 p. 280.
register provided for births, burials and marriages,
vol. 23 p. 50, p. 52.

General Arnold,
galley, captured,
vol. 15 p. 483.
damage to,
vol. 17 pp. 952-953.

General Assembly (Assembly, Legislature of N. C.),
vol. 23 p. 118, p. 120, p. 122, p. 129, p. 131, p. 133, p. 136, p. 141, p. 144, p. 146, p. 150, p. 151, p. 158, p. 161, p. 162, p. 164, p. 166, p. 168, p. 169, p. 170, p. 172, p. 173, p. 175, p. 177, p. 178, p. 181, p. 182, p. 186, p. 187, p. 191, p. 205, p. 207, p. 210, p. 212, p. 213, p. 214, p. 215, p. 217, p. 218, p. 219, p. 220, p. 228, p. 229, p. 231, p. 232, p. 234, p. 238, p. 240, p. 244, p. 248, p. 249, p. 251, p. 252, p. 268, p. 273, p. 275, p. 285, p. 286, p. 287, p. 288, p. 289, p. 292, p. 295, p. 297, p. 298, p. 299, p. 301, p. 303, p. 304, p. 308, p. 310, p. 312, p. 314, p. 316, p. 317, p. 329, p. 330, p. 331, p. 333, p. 342, p. 343, p. 345, p. 346, p. 347, p. 349, p. 351, p. 352, p. 355, p. 358, p. 361, p. 362, p. 363, p. 364, p. 365, p. 366, p. 367, p. 369, p. 371, p. 374, p. 375, p. 378, p. 380, p. 382, p. 383, p. 385, p. 387, p. 388, p. 390, p. 391, p. 392, p. 401, p. 402, p. 418, p. 419, p. 420, p. 421, p. 422, p. 424, p. 426, p. 433, p. 435, p. 438, p. 439, p. 440, p. 442, p. 443, p. 446, p. 447, p. 449, p. 451, p. 456, p. 462, p. 467, p. 468, p. 469, p. 471, p. 472, p. 475, p. 476, p. 477, p. 479, p. 480, p. 481, p. 483, p. 485, p. 488, p. 489, p. 492, p. 494, p. 495, p. 497, p. 498, p. 500, p. 501, p. 502, p. 503, p. 505, p. 506, p. 507, p. 509, p. 512, p. 515, p. 518, p. 523, p. 526, p. 529, p. 531, p. 534, p. 535, p. 538, p. 540, p. 541, p. 542, p. 546, p. 547, p. 548, p. 550, p. 563, p. 574, p. 575, p. 577, p. 583, p. 585, p. 586, p. 587, p. 588, p. 589, p. 593, p. 594, p. 596, p. 601, p. 607, p. 611, p. 613, p. 615, p. 616, p. 617, p. 618, p. 619, p. 621, p. 622, p. 627, p. 629, p. 630, p. 632, p. 633, p. 634, p. 636, p. 639, p. 650, p. 654, p. 656, p. 657, p. 658, p. 660, p. 662, p. 664, p. 665, p. 666, p. 673, p. 675, p. 676, p. 678, p. 680, p. 682, p. 683, p. 684, p. 685, p. 686, p. 688, p. 704, p. 711, p. 713, p. 723, p. 725, p. 728, p. 741, p. 744, p. 745, p. 746, p. 747, p. 749, p. 750, p. 752, p. 754, p. 755, p. 757, p. 759, p. 760, p. 766, p. 768, p. 769, p. 772, p. 773, p. 776, p. 777, p. 779, p. 780, p. 781, p. 784, p. 785, p. 787, p. 788, p. 789, p. 801, p. 802, p. 803, p. 804, p. 805, p. 810, p. 814, p. 815, p. 818, p. 819, p. 823, p. 826, p. 828, p. 831, p. 832, p. 833, p. 835, p. 838, p. 840, p. 841, p. 842, p. 844, p. 846, p. 850, p. 851, p. 853, p. 854, p. 856, p. 857, p. 858, p. 860, p. 862, p. 863, p. 864, p. 865, p. 866, p. 867, p. 869, p. 870, p. 872, p. 892, p. 896, p. 900, p. 904, p. 906, p. 907, p. 908, p. 909, p. 910, p. 911, p. 914, p. 915, p. 916, p. 919, p. 920, p. 922, p. 923, p. 924, p. 925, p. 926, p. 927, p. 928, p. 929, p. 931, p. 940, p. 945, p. 948, p. 952, p. 955, p. 956, p. 958, p. 960, p. 961, p. 963, p. 966, p. 967, p. 968, p. 970, p. 971, p. 972, p. 973, p. 974, p. 975, p. 976.
vol. 25 p. 519a.
act for Brunswick to send rep. to,
vol. 25 pp. 264-5.
for members to take oath,
vol. 25 p. 151.
for more punctual attendance of members,
vol. 4 p. 1166.
forbidding officers to sit in,
vol. 24 p. 685.
vol. 25 pp. 69-70.
limiting representation considered by Board of Trade,
on,
vol. 23 p. 103, p. 117.
vol. 25 p. 160.
on biennial,
vol. 23 pp. 12-14.
on election of,
act on elections and qualification for,
on elections in Tenn.,
vol. 24 pp. 765-6.
on salary for,
vol. 25 p. 309.
and on attendance,
regulating members sent to Eng.,
vol. 4 pp. 849-850.
relating to biennial sessions,
vol. 2 pp. 213-216.
to administer oath to members,
vol. 24 p. 103.
to alter time of,
vol. 24 p. 547, p. 685.
vol. 25 pp. 80-1.
to compel attendance of members,
vol. 24 pp. 906-7.
vol. 25 p. 239.
to defray expenses of members,
vol. 25 p. 239.
to elect Senators,
vol. 25 pp. 3-4.
to equalize representation in,
to fix place for,
vol. 24 p. 448, pp. 510-11.
to pay members,
to regulate elections and electors,
to regulate elections for to be repealed,
vol. 5 p. 93, p. 116, p. 117.
action on articles of Confederation,
vol. 12 p. v.
acts of, see,
vol. 23 24 and 25
on land surveys,
vol. 1 pp. xi-xii.
not sent out,
passed by,
vol. 13 pp. 355-358.
address on Cary Rebellion,
vol. 1 pp. 784-787.
to Burrington,
vol. 2 pp. 618-619.
on land sales,
vol. 2 pp. 528-529.
address to King,
vol. 6 pp. 414-416.
on French War,
on transfer and Burrington,
vol. 3 pp. 137-138.
on trials,
vol. 8 pp. 123-124.
to Proprietors,
vol. 2 pp. 619-620.
to from Rowan militia on use of m. instead of regular troops,
vol. 13 pp. 389-390.
addresses from governor to,
addresses to governor,
addresses to and from governor,
vol. 19 p. 3, p. 4, p. 5, p. 8, p. 11, p. 12, p. 16, p. 19, p. 20, pp. 27-29, p. 42, p. 43, p. 47, p. 61, p. 74, p. 76, p. 80, p. 83, p. 84, p. 91, p. 94, p. 99, p. 100, p. 105, p. 116, p. 118, p. 123, p. 131, p. 132, p. 135, p. 137, p. 140, p. 141, p. 142, p. 147, p. 149, p. 151, p. 158, pp. 161-162, p. 166, p. 171, p. 175, p. 184, p. 208, p. 218, p. 219, p. 223, p. 224, p. 228, p. 229, p. 231, p. 236, p. 237, pp. 240-243, p. 244, pp. 245-246, p. 248, p. 250, p. 252, p. 253, p. 254, p. 257, p. 258, p. 262, p. 265, p. 266, p. 268, p. 276, p. 280, p. 281, p. 284, p. 285, p. 287, p. 293, p. 302, p. 305, p. 306, pp. 336-337, p. 338, p. 347, p. 351, p. 352, p. 354, p. 357, pp. 360-361, p. 364, p. 402, p. 406, p. 407, p. 408, p. 412, p. 418, p. 422, p. 426, p. 429, p. 432, p. 433, p. 434, p. 439, p. 444, p. 451, p. 458, p. 466, p. 488, p. 491, p. 492, p. 493, pp. 494-499, pp. 501-502, pp. 505-506, p. 508, p. 512, p. 515, p. 517, pp. 522-523, p. 524, pp. 530-531, p. 534, p. 536, p. 537, p. 539, p. 540, p. 541, p. 548, p. 549, p. 564, p. 565, p. 574, p. 575, p. 577, p. 586, pp. 589-590, p. 593, pp. 598-599, p. 606, p. 608, pp. 618-619, p. 622, p. 630, p. 631, p. 635, p. 663, p. 665, p. 666, p. 670, p. 674, p. 677, p. 680, p. 681, p. 692, p. 699, p. 701, p. 704, p. 723, pp. 724-727, pp. 730-731, p. 733, p. 734, p. 739, p. 740, p. 741, pp. 745-747, p. 748, p. 749, pp. 750-751, p. 754, p. 755, p. 758, pp. 765-766, p. 769, p. 770, p. 774, p. 775, p. 779, p. 792, p. 802, p. 806, p. 809, p. 816.
adjourned,
vol. 2 p. 308.
affected by new precincts,
against further retreat of Gates's army,
vol. 14 pp. 612-613.
all members of also members of Prov. Cong.,
vol. 9 p. xxxiv.
allowance to,
vol. 4 p. 1067, p. 1072.
vol. 7 p. 60.
allowed to reestablish counties,
vol. 5 p. vii.
alone has power to suspend laws,
vol. 23 p. 977.
amendment to journals desired,
vol. 8 p. xviii.
and aid bill,
vol. 6 pp. 243-244.
and judges,
vol. 19 pp. 863-864.
answers Everard's speech,
vol. 2 pp. 613-614.
Glover,
vol. 1 p. 699.
answer of Dobbs to resolutions,
vol. 6 pp. 280-310.
apology for action of,
vol. 1 pp. 785-786.
appoints clerks,
vol. 17 p. 423.
com. of correspondence,
vol. 11 p. viii.
Davidson brig. gen. pro tem.,
vol. 22 p. 1008.
officers, for troops,
vol. 14 pp. 263-265.
approves proceedings of C. C.,
vol. 11 p. 290.
arrests officers for distraining,
vol. 4 p. 243, p. 244.
Ashe to on depreciation of currency,
vol. 14 pp. 248-251.
asks approval of court bill,
vol. 6 p. xviii.
for restoration of Burrington,
vol. 3 pp. vi-vii.
suspension of officers,
vol. 2 p. 620.
Va. for aid,
vol. 1 pp. 888-889.
asserts liberty of people,
vol. 6 pp. v-vii.
assists in raising soldiers,
vol. 4 p. 421, p. 424.
assumes power,
vol. 5 p. 957, p. 960.
authority over delegates in Cont. Cong. claimed,
vol. 13 p. 104.
balloting for place of holding,
vol. 12 p. 59, p. 65.
bargains with Tryon,
vol. 8 pp. xii-xiv.
biennial act for should be repealed,
vol. 3 p. 343, p. 344.
quoted,
discussed,
bill and resolutions on pay of members,
for allowance to,
for each county to meet expenses of its members,
vol. 18 p. 120, p. 345, p. 357.
for expenses of members,
for payment of,
for salary to speaker,
for tax to pay members,
for triennial sessions,
on election of members,
vol. 13 p. 357.
and to alter time of,
on meetings,
vol. 19 p. 547.
on payment of members,
on qualification of members,
to alter time of,
and methods of election,
and fix place of meeting,
vol. 20 p. 211, p. 214, p. 387.
and of electing members,
to amend act on electing,
vol. 18 p. 34.
to compel attendance,
vol. 16 p. 26, p. 27.
vol. 16 p. 26, p. 27.
to compel attendance of voters on elections of,
vol. 13 p. 542, p. 637, p. 655.
to compel exercise of suffrage,
vol. 20 p. 166.
to debar Federal office holders,
to debar officers from holding seats in,
to fix place for meeting of,
vol. 21 p. 918, p. 924, p. 928.
to fix time when acts go in force,
keep office holders out of,
vol. 20 p. 91.
to pay expenses of,
to pay members of,
vol. 17 p. 305.
to prevent members from holding other offices,
to regulate elections to,
vol. 5 p. 1046.
vol. 12 p. 52, p. 62, p. 68.
number of members,
to repeal part of act on election of members,
vol. 20 p. 153, p. 333.
bills to be prepared for consideration of,
vol. 10 p. 981.
Bloodworth to on Spanish treaty,
vol. 22 pp. 899-902.
Board of Trade on quorum for,
vol. 6 pp. 539-540.
Bond asks pay for crew of the Caswell,
vol. 15 p. 221.
Boyd to on rations and forage,
vol. 15 p. 220.
Brown petitions for relief,
vol. 9 p. 51.
Burke to declining reelection on his imprisonment, &c.,
vol. 16 pp. 292-295.
on collection of taxes,
vol. 15 pp. 497-498.
on landing of British and answer,
on powers of the Cont. Cong. and the Confederation,
vol. 11 pp. 701-703.
on proposed Confederation,
vol. 14 pp. 349-351.
on public affairs,
on troops,
vol. 16 pp. 285-286.
Burrington on members of,
vol. 3 p. v.
refuses to pay,
vol. 3 p. 154.
to, on Smith,
vol. 3 p. 616.
Burrington's addresses and communications to,
treatment of considered,
vol. 3 p. 353.
called,
vol. 5 p. 30.
by Caswell,
vol. 13 p. 455.
by Dobbs,
vol. 6 p. 234.
by Martin,
vol. 10 p. xxxi.
by proclamation,
vol. 14 p. 876.
to meet in Hillsboro,
vol. 19 p. 904.
in Wilmington,
vol. 6 p. 629.
calling of no advantage,
vol. 10 pp. 49-50.
Cary rebellion referred to,
Caswell returns thanks to,
vol. 15 pp. 196-197.
to on condition and pay of troops,
vol. 14 p. 77.
to on Franklin State,
vol. 22 p. 680.
on his promotions in troops,
vol. 11 pp. 443-445.
on his reelection as governor,
vol. 13 pp. 99-100.
on letter of Henry,
vol. 11 p. 718.
on militia law,
vol. 14 p. 12.
on public affairs,
vol. 14 p. 296.
recommending militia officers,
vol. 13 p. 403.
character in 1782,
vol. 16 p. 613.
in 1868-1870,
vol. 11 p. iv.
charges of Dobbs against answered,
vol. 6 p. 983.
charters necessary for certain towns and counties to have representatives,
vol. 6 p. 77.
Child to on accounts, vouchers, etc., delivered to Thomas,
vol. 22 pp. 1017-20.
choice of members for in 1708,
vol. 1 p. 696.
claims considered,
claims control of delegates in Cont. Cong.,
vol. 13 pp. 209-210.
committee on expenses,
on Malmedy and Marquis of Bretigny report,
vol. 15 p. 230.
on ways and means to pay,
on tardy members,
vol. 21 p. 732, p. 875, p. 1050.
to revise and correct journals,
vol. 12 p. 267.
to revise and transcribe paid for work,
vol. 12 p. 289.
Commons assume whole power,
vol. 16 p. 41.
composed of J. P.'s,
vol. 9 p. 1158.
composition,
vol. 7 p. xx.
and powers,
vol. 3 pp. 68-69.
vol. 10 pp. 1007-13.
vol. 22 pp. 980-2.
condition of journals,
vol. 11 p. iv.
considers Fanning's terms,
vol. 22 pp. 225-239.
constitution and history,
in early period,
vol. 5 pp. 88-89.
consulted on location of capital,
vol. 6 p. xxiv.
continues to act in name of Proprietors,
vol. 2 p. iii.
controls public money,
vol. 4 p. xxii.
vol. 10 p. 402.
council decides membership of,
vol. 2 p. 571.
on resolves of,
vol. 2 pp. 243-244.
created,
vol. 10 pp. 1007-1013.
criticism on,
vol. 15 p. 341.
by Johnston,
vol. 11 pp. 504-505.
Cushing to on duties and taxes by Parliament,
vol. 7 pp. 686-689.
Dartmouth on action of,
on dissolution of and quorum in,
vol. 9 pp. 664-665.
DeCambray to on Fort Hancock,
vol. 15 pp. 233-234.
declines offer of Judge Murphey to print records,
vol. 11 p. iv.
DeCotteneau to on fortifications at Cape Lookout,
vol. 15 pp. 215-218.
defense against regulators considered,
denounced for riot act,
vol. 8 pp. 519-520.
denounces Corbin,
vol. 5 p. lix, p. lx.
illegal taxation,
vol. 3 pp. vii-viii.
depositions on efforts to break up session by northern members,
discussion on payment of,
dispensed with by Burrington,
dispute over appointment of officers,
with governor,
vol. 2 p. 576.
dissent allowed to members of,
vol. 23 p. 984.
dissenters excluded from in S. C.,
vol. 2 pp. 913-917.
dissolution and representation discussed,
vol. 6 pp. 5-6.
approved,
vol. 10 p. 90.
criticised,
vol. 8 p. 183.
dissolved,
vol. 1 p. 842.
vol. 2 p. 246.
vol. 3 p. 415.
vol. 5 p. 144h.
vol. 6 p. 331.
vol. 7 p. 135, p. 160.
vol. 8 p. 37, p. 38, p. 171.
vol. 9 p. 78, p. 1211.
and reason,
vol. 9 pp. 954-955.
by Martin,
vol. 9 p. xxxiii.
on death of King,
vol. 6 p. 639.
Dobbs has troubles with,
vol. 6 pp. 32-33.
on its action on French War aid bill,
vol. 6 pp. 40-41.
reports on,
vol. 5 pp. 153-154.
vol. 6 pp. 319-324.
representation against reported back to,
vol. 6 p. 964.
to Board of Trade on,
vol. 6 pp. 216-217.
duration of not to be fixed,
vol. 5 p. 92.
efforts to make it like House of Commons,
vol. 9 p. xli, p. xlii.
Egremont on its refusal of aid in French war,
vol. 6 pp. 736-737.
elected by freeholders,
vol. 3 p. 93.
election for,
vol. 4 p. 800.
Ellis to on importation of arms,
vol. 14 pp. 810-811.
emasculated by power of governor,
vol. 9 p. xxxiii.
employs agent to look into matter of land grants,
employs H. E. McCulloh as agent,
vol. 7 pp. 877-879.
enemy of rioters,
vol. 5 p. lix, p. lx.
estimate of cost of,
considered,
Evans to on discharge from army,
vol. 15 p. 236.
evil effect of dissolution,
vol. 9 p. 627.
expels Husband,
extract from journals,
vol. 22 p. 424, p. 433.
fails to meet expectations of Franklin State,
vol. 22 pp. 679-80.
failure of members to report investigated,
falls out with Dobbs,
vol. 6 p. iii.
Federal officers not eligible to,
vol. 21 p. iv.
fight of Cary party against,
vol. 1 p. 780.
with Dobbs,
vol. 6 pp. 243-251.
with Johnston on quit rents,
fines for contempt of,
vol. 2 p. 617.
first meets in Newbern and work summarized,
vol. 11 pp. xix-xx.
food and clothes asked from for Ga. troops and granted,
form of prorogation,
vol. 4 p. 1179.
forms of enactment,
vol. 2 p. 206.
franchise and qualifications for,
vol. 6 pp. 526-527.
fundamental constitutions of defined,
vol. 3 pp. 455-456.
gifts to officers forbidden,
vol. 5 p. 240, p. 1115.
vol. 7 p. 228.
Gilchrist petitions for her husband,
vol. 13 pp. 465-467.
gives encouragement to Scotch,
vol. 4 p. ix.
Glover's protest to that of 1708,
vol. 1 pp. 698-699.
goes into secret session,
vol. 6 p. 409.
governor to prorogue, etc.,
vol. 24 p. 164.
grants land to Tuscaroras,
money for French and Indian war,
vol. 5 p. 110.
Harold petitions for pension,
vol. 15 pp. 208-209.
Hillsborough to Tryon on good conduct of,
vol. 7 pp. 788-789.
Hinson to on exportation of provisions,
vol. 15 pp. 218-219.
history of act relating to,
vol. 3 p. 180, p. 181.
of petition from,
vol. 8 p. 56.
Huske to on salary,
vol. 16 p. 467.
impeaches governor,
vol. 9 p. xlii.
peers,
vol. 3 p. 553, p. 588.
insists on appointing public officers,
vol. 5 p. 943.
instructions on duration and adjourning of,
on elections for,
on representation,
vol. 6 p. 559.
transmission of laws and journals,
to gov. on,
vol. 6 pp. 655-656.
on number of members of,
vol. 8 p. 512, p. 515.
on public bills of credit bills,
vol. 6 pp. 43-45.
instructs commissioners to examine and report on provisions,
vol. 15 p. 200.
Iredell petitions in favor of H. E. McCulloh,
vol. 22 pp. 896-9.
jealous and impatient of oppression,
vol. 4 p. 459.
of Congress,
vol. 21 pp. iv-v.
Johnston on conduct of,
vol. 4 p. 418.
on law for biennial elections,
vol. 4 p. 25.
Jones to on Halifax brigade and British movements, (2 letters);
vol. 22 pp. 1030-2.
on recruiting troops,
vol. 14 p. 351.
journals
vol. 13 pp. 532-1000.
vol. 15 pp. 740-1.
vol. 16 pp. 1-177.
vol. 19 p. iii, pp. 1-836.
vol. 20 p. iii, pp. 1-599.
vol. 22 p. 54.
extract from,
missing,
vol. 14 p. xvi.
vol. 16 p. iii.
suppressed,
vol. 4 p. 1157.
to be sent to Board of Trade,
journals and laws sent to England,
vol. 8 p. 494, p. 627.
vol. 10 p. 379.
submitted to Board of Trade,
vol. 4 p. 439.
to be removed to Newbern and copied,
vol. 8 pp. 440-441.
to be printed,
vol. 10 p. 1013.
keep governors in their power,
vol. 5 p. 644.
King offended by resolutions of,
vol. 8 pp. 170-171.
Lamb on act to limit representation,
vol. 25 p. 237.
Lamkin to on taxes in Tryon Co.,
vol. 15 pp. 219-220.
laws and journals to be printed,
vol. 17 p. 469.
passed by,
vol. 13 pp. 471-472.
in 1753,
vol. 5 pp. 23-24.
letter of Proprietors on laws of N. C.,
vol. 2 pp. 235-236.
to Speaker from Va. on counterfeiting,
vol. 11 p. 241.
on right to seats in,
vol. 10 pp. 1010-1011.
list of acts, resolves, letters, &c., submitted to,
vol. 13 pp. 399-401.
of members,
vol. 1 p. 787, p. 838.
of papers to be laid before,
vol. 13 pp. 734m-734n.
vol. 15 pp. 194-195.
of rules to be observed by,
McCulloh on resolves of,
vol. 8 p. 172, p. 181.
Maclaine on,
vol. 18 p. 534.
McLean to on Tories in Tryon Co.,
vol. 14 pp. 261-262.
on sale of Tory goods,
vol. 15 p. 213.
make up of in 1710,
vol. 1 p. 769.
makes charges against Burrington and his reply,
vol. 3 pp. viii-ix.
void acts of former government,
vol. 1 pp. 793-794.
Malmedy to on raising Light Horse,
manipulated to secure a quit rent law,
vol. 4 pp. 584-585.
Martin on actions of,
on his troubles with from court act,
vol. 9 pp. 373-374.
to Dartmouth on actions of,
on unbecoming conduct of,
vol. 9 pp. 698-699.
Martin to on army promotions,
vol. 16 p. 312.
on Cherokee treaty,
vol. 6 pp. 304-305.
on Franklin State,
vol. 17 pp. 439-440.
on his election, independence and public affairs,
vol. 16 pp. 295-298.
on lands for soldiers,
vol. 16 pp. 324-325.
on militia and exchange of prisoners, Livingston, &c.,
on pay of Com. Gen.,
vol. 16 pp. 788-789.
on public affairs,
vol. 16 pp. 773-782.
vol. 17 pp. 551-555.
on sale of confiscated property and on laws,
vol. 16 pp. 796-797.
on supplies for army,
vol. 16 p. 463.
meets,
vol. 16 p. v.
at Bath and New Bern,
vol. 3 p. xviii.
member elected from two different constituencies,
vol. 9 p. 452.
fined for non-attendance,
vol. 4 p. 1279.
given to Edenton and Bath,
vol. 25 p. 178.
not to be protected from suits,
refuse to attend,
vol. 6 p. 1035.
memorial of Campbell for pay,
vol. 22 pp. 811-14.
Davis on cost of printing laws and journals,
vol. 15 pp. 222-225.
of Hazard on passage of laws on post office, &c.,
vol. 13 pp. 395-396.
of Ramsay, Rochester & Johnston on gun factory,
vol. 13 pp. 345-347.
on courts and attachments,
to Board of Trade on Dobbs,
method of choosing members,
vol. 1 p. 636, p. 639.
of Burrington to circumvent,
vol. 3 pp. 380-381.
of defeating business,
vol. 4 p. 1186.
of preventing quorum,
modeled on House of Commons,
vol. 7 p. 788.
money power claimed by,
vol. 3 p. 336.
must make levy,
vol. 3 p. 526.
name of Lower House,
vol. 4 p. 715, p. 731.
Nash to on Malmedy and Light Horse,
vol. 22 p. 778.
on ordering out militia,
vol. 15 p. 214.
on provisions,
vol. 15 pp. 76-77.
on supplies for So. army,
vol. 14 p. 806.
on threatened invasion of N. C. and the Board of War,
vol. 15 pp. 225-229.
no copy of proceedings to be had,
vol. 4 p. 1100.
nominates agent and quarrels with Dobbs,
vol. 6 p. 9.
not called,
vol. 9 p. 1215.
by Tryon,
vol. 7 p. x.
to be called by deputies,
vol. 1 p. 370.
not hostile to regulators,
vol. 8 p. iv.
not to be limited by law,
vol. 5 p. 113.
to give gifts to officers,
vol. 3 pp. 98-99.
to make gifts to gov.,
vol. 7 pp. 357-358.
vol. 9 p. 202.
note on acts on,
vol. 3 p. 191, p. 193.
notifies Martin of election as governor,
vol. 16 pp. 302-303.
number of members,
vol. 1 p. xxxii.
vol. 8 p. vi.
in 1708,
from each precinct,
vol. 2 p. 214.
from new counties,
vol. 23 p. 205.
to be elected,
vol. 5 p. 144h, p. 151.
to the county,
vol. 7 pp. 283-284.
to Bath Co.,
vol. 1 p. 629.
offends Tryon,
vol. 8 p. 169.
officers,
paid,
vol. 3 p. 243.
Ogg to on Ward debts,
vol. 22 pp. 801-2.
on 47th instruction to Burrington,
vol. 3 pp. 495-496.
on sale of Spanish wrecks,
vol. 4 p. 1251.
oppose Burrington and causes,
vol. 3 pp. v-vi, p. 202.
Orange Co. asks to be represented,
vol. 5 p. 364.
orders sale of the Washington,
vol. 11 p. 825.
ordinance on place for,
vol. 22 p. 35.
on qualifications for,
vol. 10 p. 990, p. 992, p. 1001.
vol. 23 pp. 999-1000.
continued in force,
vol. 12 p. 94.
organization,
vol. 3 p. xiv.
in Franklin,
vol. 22 pp. 664-5.
in 1708,
vol. 1 p. 697.
passes court law,
vol. 11 p. 825.
resolutions of 1715,
vol. 2 p. xi.
pay of members,
considered,
vol. 17 p. 695, p. 769, p. 783.
discussed,
vol. 4 p. 377, p. 379, p. 382.
provided,
vol. 4 p. 1063.
payments made in corn,
vol. 16 p. 334.
persecutes Cary,
persons not eligible,
vol. 23 p. 983.
vol. 24 p. 81.
petition from to King on issue of paper currency,
vol. 7 pp. 681-682.
of laid before Sec'y of State,
vol. 8 pp. 50-51.
presented to Earl Hillsborough,
of to be laid before Parliament,
vol. 9 p. 1102.
petitions to,
vol. 15 p. 187.
vol. 19 pp. 931-935.
against Corbin and others,
vol. 5 p. lvi, p. lix.
for division of counties,
for expenses in recruiting for Va.,
vol. 5 p. 252.
for inspection Warehouse in Orange,
vol. 8 p. 80a.
for more time to settle sheriff's accounts,
vol. 9 pp. 802-803.
for pensions,
for repeal of marriage and vestry acts,
vol. 10 pp. 1015-1017.
for separate govt.,
vol. 1 p. 786.
for service against regulators,
vol. 9 pp. 801-802.
from Anson regulators,
vol. 8 pp. 76-80.
from Guilford on C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 806-809.
from Cumberland Co. on regulation of Cross Creek and Campbellton,
vol. 15 pp. 209-211.
from merchants on confiscation act,
vol. 15 pp. 203-205.
from Orange and Rowan to on correction of grievances,
vol. 8 pp. 81-84.
to from Rowan on lack of Estab. church,
vol. 8 p. 219.
from St. Luke's Parish,
vol. 8 pp. 154-155.
from Western Country (Tenn.) on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-14.
of Barker on his stay in England,
vol. 22 pp. 892-3.
of Hay on Dobbs's lands,
vol. 15 pp. 201-202.
of Porter on gun factory,
vol. 22 pp. 895-896.
of Presbyterians on marriage at,
vol. 8 p. 80b.
on county boundary,
vol. 9 pp. 633-635.
on fishing in Deep River,
vol. 9 pp. 87-88.
on repeal of tax on free negroes,
vol. 6 pp. 982-983.
on Windsor as C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 804-806.
to be relieved from church tax,
vol. 9 pp. 95-97.
place of meeting chosen for,
vol. 16 p. 90, p. 92, p. 95, p. 96.
to be located,
Pollock criticizes,
vol. 1 p. 892.
Powell to on promotion,
vol. 14 pp. 342-343.
powers,
vol. 1 p. xvi.
vol. 10 p. xxiv.
report on,
vol. 7 p. 472.
and fees,
vol. 7 p. 473, p. 484.
claimed for in erection of new precincts,
curtailed by new precincts,
vol. 3 p. 575.
exercised,
vol. 3 p. 453.
over delegates to C. C. discussed,
vol. 13 pp. 405-407.
to be limited,
vol. 3 pp. 93-94.
praises Burrington,
vol. 3 p. vii.
presents grievances of province,
procedure on death of member,
proceedings to be secret,
vol. 2 p. 610.
proclamation for,
vol. 4 p. 461.
by Burke,
vol. 15 p. 712.
proposed increase in salary of members,
vol. 4 p. 143, p. 146.
regulation of,
vol. 3 p. 335.
proposition to hold at Edenton and Wilmington,
vol. 6 p. 1.
Proprietors to on N. C. affairs,
vol. 2 pp. 489-490.
prorogation provided for,
vol. 14 p. 273.
to Edenton asked,
vol. 4 p. 407.
prorogued,
vol. 2 p. 432.
vol. 3 p. 538, p. 540.
vol. 5 p. 35, p. 175, p. 211.
vol. 6 p. 79.
vol. 22 p. 954, p. 964.
and dissolved,
protection for provided,
vol. 16 p. x.
protests against Hopewell treaty,
vol. 22 p. 1005.
in matter of fees and province bills,
vol. 3 pp. 151-152.
of Rice and Ashe in behalf of,
vol. 3 pp. 383-384.
on law to pay fees in proc. money,
to Proprietors against governor and council,
vol. 2 pp. 576-578.
provided for in Fund. Consts.,
vol. 25 p. v.
in the colonies,
vol. 2 p. 154.
provides no maintenance,
vol. 1 p. 601.
pensions and provisions for troops,
vol. 14 pp. 301-302.
whiskey, &c., for troops,
vol. 13 p. 408.
provisions for payment of members,
vol. 4 p. 107.
vol. 12 p. 425, p. 430, p. 451.
Quakers in,
vol. 1 p. 885.
not to sit in,
vol. 1 p. 876.
qualification of members and electors,
vol. 2 pp. 214-215.
in Franklin,
vol. 22 p. 665.
quarrel in,
vol. 11 p. 454.
questions Butler and Picket on regulators,
vol. 22 pp. 410-11.
sheriffs on regulation matters,
vol. 15 pp. 761-763.
quorum,
vol. 2 p. 216.
vol. 5 p. 82, p. 1111.
considered,
correspondence on,
discussed,
necessity of discussed,
vol. 5 pp. 88-89, p. 90.
fails to appear and prorogued,
fixed,
vol. 5 p. 91, p. 113.
not present,
vol. 4 pp. 351-352.
raises £4,000 for Tuscarora war,
vol. 1 p. 838.
Ramsey asks patent for his steamboat,
vol. 17 pp. 182-183.
reasons for dissolution,
vol. 6 pp. 344-345.
vol. 8 p. 150, p. 151, p. 152.
for inactivity,
vol. 3 pp. 372-373.
for postponing,
vol. 9 p. 1114.
for prorogations,
vol. 5 p. ix.
vol. 7 p. 202.
vol. 9 pp. 790-791.
rebuke to Dobbs mentioned,
vol. 6 p. 317.
recommendation to for exemption,
vol. 14 p. 292.
recommends J. P.'s,
vol. 7 p. 481.
Sumner and Clark for brigadiers,
vol. 11 p. 718.
records of to be surrendered by executors of Herritage,
vol. 8 p. 125.
refuses aid in French war,
vol. 6 pp. 712-714.
to admit members,
vol. 3 p. 561, p. 611.
from new precincts,
vol. 4 p. 122.
to raise troops,
vol. 1 p. 899.
to recognize Martin's courts,
vol. 9 p. xxiv.
to repay Va.,
vol. 1 p. 840, p. 842.
regulations of,
vol. 5 pp. 84-85.
vol. 23 p. 984.
on absence from,
vol. 12 p. 818.
relations to governor,
vol. 3 p. 478.
remonstrance to from Mecklenburg Co. on confiscation act,
vol. 14 pp. 345-347.
from So. officers,
vol. 15 p. 656.
reopens land office,
vol. 11 p. 810.
report from to Tenn. people on inactivity of,
vol. 22 p. 722.
of com. on petition from Western country,
vol. 22 pp. 653-5.
on resolves of C. C.,
vol. 15 pp. 197-198.
on affairs of,
on arrangements and officers of battalions,
vol. 13 pp. 469-470.
on officers for new troops and supernumeraries,
vol. 15 pp. 715-716.
on public accounts,
vol. 5 pp. 793-804.
on public claims,
vol. 22 pp. 815-66.
on work of,
on wounded and prisoners at Camden,
vol. 15 pp. 166-170.
representation in considered,
vol. 20 pp. 566-567.
by Board of Trade, discussed,
vol. 6 p. 46.
fate of act on,
not to be fixed by new town and county acts,
to be equalized,
vol. 3 p. 207.
resolution against Dobbs and Spaight and the same considered,
vol. 6 pp. 268-276.
of House of Commons to be shown to,
vol. 9 p. 1137.
on aid to S. C.,
vol. 15 pp. 388-389.
on appointing agent in London,
vol. 6 p. 76.
on attendance of members,
vol. 12 p. 288.
on half pay and lands to soldiers,
vol. 15 pp. 740-741.
on its prorogation,
vol. 2 p. 617.
on removal of Tories,
vol. 15 p. 388.
on resignations of officers,
sent to delegates in C. C.,
vol. 13 p. 31.
to garrison forts Johnston and Granville considered,
vol. 6 pp. 762-764.
to increase delegation in Cont. Cong.,
vol. 13 pp. 467-468.
resolves of,
against impressment,
vol. 4 p. xii.
Rice to on powder money receivers,
vol. 3 pp. 602-603.
right of initiation demanded,
vol. 1 p. 381.
to authorize counties to choose members denied,
vol. 5 p. vi.
to control taxation claimed,
vol. 7 p. iv, p. v, p. vi, p. xxiv.
Robertson to on reduction of Chickamauga settlement,
vol. 14 pp. 246-248.
rules of decorum for,
vol. 12 pp. 657-658.
said to be careless of encroachment,
vol. 6 p. 261.
salary of members,
vol. 2 pp. 622-624.
vol. 5 p. 212.
increased,
vol. 4 p. 136.
should be advanced,
vol. 4 p. 103.
seeks to control grant by Parliament,
vol. 6 pp. 4-5.
to secure Colonial Records,
vol. 1 pp. iv-vii.
sessions secret,
vol. 4 p. 401.
Sevier to on Franklin State and his imprisonment,
vol. 22 pp. 697-9.
should last longer than 2 years,
vol. 4 p. 242.
Skinner to on requirements of treasurers and emission of currency,
vol. 14 pp. 255-256.
on U. S. accounts,
vol. 14 p. 349.
slowness in meeting,
vol. 4 p. 1164.
Smith to, on Burrington's charges,
vol. 3 pp. 605-606.
speech of Everard to,
vol. 2 pp. 609-610.
Spotswood's criticism on,
vol. 1 p. 780.
stamped paper not necessary for writs for,
vol. 7 p. 135.
Strudwick to on relief from taxes,
vol. 15 p. 212.
struggle of northern counties for representation,
act on discussed,
vol. 5 pp. 89-93.
repealed,
vol. 5 p. 117.
Board of Trade on,
vol. 5 pp. 81-93.
disallowance of act on brought over by Dobbs,
vol. 5 pp. v-vi.
Johnston on fate of act,
summary,
vol. 8 p. viii.
treatment of absent members,
vol. 4 p. 916.
struggle with governor for power,
vol. 5 p. 948, p. 949.
style of enactment by,
vol. 12 p. 54, p. 56.
subordinate to Constitution,
vol. 19 p. 864.
subserviency in N. and S. C.,
vol. 1 p. xxv.
summoned,
vol. 2 pp. 516-517.
for choice of members to,
vol. 8 p. 40.
sums due members,
vol. 4 p. 150.
superseded by Prov. Cong.,
vol. 24 p. iii.
sustains Burke against Cont. Cong.,
vol. 13 p. vii.
Swann speaker,
vol. 22 p. 779.
takes cue from Cont. Cong.,
vol. 9 p. 1257.
thanks Burke,
vol. 16 pp. 300-302.
Va.,
vol. 1 p. 895.
Thomas reports to on settlement of pub. accts. with U. S.,
vol. 22 pp. 803-11.
time for holding changed,
vol. 17 p. 80.
to be called,
vol. 22 p. 963.
to be held in Edenton,
vol. 2 p. 460.
in Newbern,
vol. 10 p. 979.
to be protected against regulators,
vol. 22 p. 408, p. 409, p. 410.
to Council on appointment of officers, exorbitant fees, &c.,
to decide between claims for governorship,
vol. 1 pp. 697-698.
to elect treasurer and secretary,
vol. 23 p. 982.
to examine services of agents of Cont. Line,
to governor on riots in Granville's lands,
to have no greater powers than Parliament,
vol. 3 p. 451.
to Johnston on survey on Palatine's lands,
vol. 4 pp. 968-969.
to King on French war,
to Luzerne on birth of Dauphin and answer,
vol. 16 pp. 859-860.
to Martin on public affairs,
vol. 19 pp. 951-952.
to meet cost of Tuscarora war,
vol. 2 p. 60, p. 62.
to meet in Newbern,
vol. 7 pp. 104-105.
on Little River,
vol. 2 p. 200.
too large,
vol. 9 p. 600.
towns represented in,
vol. 23 p. 79.
treasurer not to be member of,
vol. 23 p. 983.
troops for defense of,
vol. 16 pp. 558-9.
trouble over quorum,
over representation in,
vol. 4 p. 844.
Tryon causes trouble from,
vol. 8 p. 719.
on resignations from,
vol. 7 p. 690, p. 692, p. 698.
on,
vol. 8 p. 194.
on work of,
vol. 7 p. 266.
seeks to get control over,
vol. 8 p. xxxvii.
to Hillsborough on,
vol. 7 pp. 880-881.
to on fees,
vol. 22 p. 408.
ungovernable,
vol. 3 pp. 142-143.
usurps power,
vol. 3 p. 151.
vol. 5 pp. 619-620.
Voight & Co. to on manufacturing advantages of Germany,
vol. 16 pp. 920-924.
votes £4,000 for Tuscarora war,
vol. 1 p. 839.
men and money for French war,
vol. 5 p. xi.
Walton to on pension,
vol. 15 p. 235.
warrants to members receivable for duties,
Wilcox to on pay for iron,
vol. 15 pp. 214-215.
will seek to get power,
vol. 3 p. 483.
work of,
vol. 15 p. vii.
vol. 17 pp. 631-2.
vol. 19 p. iii, p. iv.
writs issued for election,
vol. 3 p. 212.
for election,
vol. 9 p. 967, p. 968.

General Assembly of Albemarle,
acts of,
vol. 23 pp. 1-3.
vol. 25 pp. 119-22.
at house of Jenkins,
vol. 1 p. 282.
banishes Sothel,
vol. 2 p. x.
builds log house to jail governor,
vol. 1 p. 282.
called by Sothell contrary to orders,
vol. 1 p. 370.
Catchmeyd speaker,
vol. 1 p. 152.
character under Stephens and later,
vol. 5 pp. 84-85.
chosen by rebels,
date of first,
vol. 1 p. xxxii, p. 101.
Eastchurch speaker,
vol. 1 p. 228.
elective,
vol. 1 p. 167, p. 181.
first act of,
vol. 1 p. xxxii.
Hudson testifies before,
vol. 1 p. 290.
impress of Fundamental Constitution,
members,
vol. 1 p. 273, p. 281.
names of,
vol. 1 p. xxxiii.
number of acts passed in 1669,
vol. 1 p. xxxiii.
order for election of members,
vol. 1 p. 472.
petitions for Great Deed of Grant,
vol. 1 pp. 175-176.
popular election of,
vol. 1 p. 272, p. 273.
provided for,
vol. 1 p. xv.
powers,
Quakers in,
vol. 1 p. 251.
rebels elected to,
vol. 1 p. 251.
records of,
vol. 1 p. iii.
sends agents to Eng.,
vol. 1 p. 283.
summoned by Miller,
vol. 1 p. 297.
to be elected,
to be separate from S. C.,
vol. 1 pp. 380-381.
tries Sothel,
vol. 1 p. xxiv.
turns Jenkins out,
vol. 1 p. xvii.

General Assembly of Carolina,
to be called by gov.,
vol. 1 pp. 376-377.
ment'd,
vol. 1 p. 556.

General Assembly of Clarendon Co.,
vol. 1 p. 145, p. 154, p. 157.

General Assembly of Franklin State,
oath taken by,
vol. 22 pp. 648-9.
organization and powers,
persons not to sit in,
vol. 22 pp. 667-8.

General Assembly of South Carolina,
extracts from journals,
vol. 1 pp. 897-905.
vol. 2 pp. 254-260.
on state of country,
vol. 2 pp. 224-226.

General Baptists,
in N. C.,
vol. 5 p. 1165.
origin of Kehukee Asso.,
vol. 5 p. 1176.
statistics of in U. S.,
vol. 5 p. 1163.
See Also - Baptists.

General Court of N. C.,
vol. 23 p. 252, p. 253, p. 265.
act to prevent small suits in,
vol. 23 pp. 26-27.
account of, powers, &c.,
vol. 3 p. 150.
Corbin an asso. justice,
vol. 5 p. 32.
established and held in Newbern,
vol. 23 p. 256.
fees,
vol. 3 pp. 165-166.
vol. 23 pp. 277-8.
fixed at Newbern,
vol. 4 p. 1087.
frauds of clerk,
vol. 5 p. 299.
held at Edenton,
vol. 4 p. 1189.
interfered with by Porter,
vol. 3 pp. 203-204.
laws to be sent to,
list of justices,
vol. 3 p. 423.
people refuse to attend,
records,
replies to Everard in Smith's case,
vol. 3 p. 56.

General Gage,
ship,
vol. 10 p. 511.

General Gates,
brig, lost,
vol. 13 p. 325.

General Gregory,
privateer, meeting on,
vol. 16 p. 835.

General Howe,
the, takes Telfair, Miller & Co.,
vol. 11 p. 657.

General Lincoln,
brig,
vol. 15 p. 39.

General Monk,
ship,
vol. 17 p. 987.

General Nash,
privateer, makes prizes,
vol. 14 p. 642, p. 644, p. 645.
vol. 15 p. vii, p. 69, p. 150.

General orders,
for districts,
vol. 16 pp. 634-635.

General warrants,
denounced,
vol. 10 p. 1004.
not to be granted,
vol. 22 p. 663.
vol. 23 p. 977.

General Washington,
the, commissioner for discussed,
fitted out in Wilmington,
vol. 11 p. xx.
Forster on the fitting out of,
vol. 11 pp. 491-492.
Ingram recommended for command of,
vol. 11 p. 540, p. 546.
vol. 22 p. 926.
men enlisted for and affairs of,
vol. 11 p. 640.
sale of ordered,
vol. 11 p. 825.
should be used to import salt,
vol. 11 p. 545.
tender of to be sold,
to be fitted out but not sent out of State,
vol. 22 p. 912.
to defend Cape Fear,
vol. 11 p. 401.

Geneva, Switzerland,
vol. 1 p. 976, p. 977.
vol. 13 p. 157.
history of,
vol. 14 p. 35.

Genevan Reformer,
vol. 8 p. 744.

Geniens, Miles,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1068.

Gennet, Jabish,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 497.

Gennetts, Robert,
commands company,
vol. 10 p. facing, p. 680.

Genoa,
Republic of,
vol. 13 p. 443.
peace proclaimed with,
vol. 4 p. 918.

Genoese,
tyranny of,
vol. 13 p. 443.

Gent, John,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 446.

Gent, Samuel,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 970.

Gentleman's Magazine,
vol. 8 p. xxxv.

Gentlemen,
few in N. C.,
vol. 2 p. 310.
hostility to in Prov. Cong.,
vol. 10 p. 1041.

Gentry, Hugh,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-13.

Gentry, Nathaniel,
life of,
vol. 2 p. 604.

Gentry, Nicholas,
act for land to,
vol. 24 pp. 629-30.
land grant to,
vol. 19 p. 572.

Geographer,
employed by U. S.,
vol. 20 p. 651.

Geography,
prepared by Montflorence,
vol. 13 p. 336.

George I.,
vol. 1 p. 973.
vol. 3 p. 91.
vol. 5 p. 1107, p. 1118.
vol. 6 p. 525.
vol. 7 p. 724.
vol. 8 p. 513.
approves proposals for boundary survey,
vol. 2 pp. 744-745.
cursed,
death of,
vol. 3 p. 4, p. 5.
present at council,
vol. 2 p. 680, p. 732.
proclaimed in N. C.,
vol. 2 p. 146.

George II.,
vol. 2 p. 741, p. 744.
vol. 8 p. 63, p. 186, p. 566.
vol. 10 p. 1005.
vol. 12 p. 248.
vol. 17 p. 578.
vol. 20 p. 762.
allegiance to,
vol. 23 p. 326.
appoints members of council,
vol. 4 pp. 22-23.
approves instructions to Johnston,
vol. 3 p. 500.
Assembly to on French war,
commissions Germain as provost marshall,
vol. 11 p. 7.
Hammerton as receiver general of revenue,
vol. 11 pp. 4-6.
cursed,
vol. 2 p. 826.
dead,
vol. 5 p. xxxi.
vol. 6 p. 520.
defeats schemes of France,
vol. 5 p. 221.
grant to Earl Granville,
vol. 4 pp. 655-663.
instructions to Burrington,
to Dobbs,
makes St. John land surveyor and quit rent inspector,
vol. 11 pp. 1-3.
orders land grant to Palatines,
vol. 4 pp. 958-959.
proclaimed,
vol. 2 p. 761.
statistics of in force in N. C.,
vol. 23 p. 326.

George III.,
vol. 12 p. 862.
vol. 15 p. 110, p. 395.
vol. 21 p. 737, p. 883.
birthday celebrated,
vol. 7 p. 1006.
vol. 8 p. 592, p. 593.
vol. 9 p. 300.
commissions Rutherford as receiver gen.,
vol. 6 pp. 755-757.
daughter born to,
vol. 7 p. 868.
vol. 8 p. 25.
forfeits rights, &c.,
vol. 23 p. 980.
form of prayer for,
vol. 6 p. 966.
issues proc. for suppression of rebellion,
vol. 10 p. 242.
last recognition of,
vol. 11 p. 773.
makes members of council also J. P.'s.
vol. 7 pp. 730-731.
marriage and coronation,
vol. 6 p. 700.
portrait of removed from Senate room,
vol. 12 p. 16.
proclaimed,
vol. 5 p. xxxi.
speech considered,
vol. 10 p. 395, p. 398.

George, Prince of Wales,
vol. 9 p. 295.

George, ——,
loyalty of,
vol. 1 p. 315.

George, ——,
vol. 11 p. 513.

George, Mr.,
vol. 22 p. 312.

George, Capt.,
Indian,
vol. 11 p. 10, p. 12, p. 13.

George, Ambrose,
act for town on lands of,
vol. 24 pp. 247-8.
bill for town on lands of,

George, Billy,
deeds Indian land,
vol. 25 pp. 507-9.

George, Britton,
in army,
vol. 15 p. 730.
vol. 16 p. 1062.

George, Carmach,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-9.

George, David,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 813.
juror,
vol. 4 p. 519.
land grants to,
vol. 4 p. 642.

George, James,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 48, p. 346.

George, Jesse,
in Indian war,
vol. 10 p. 754.

George, John,
petitions Spotswood for help,
vol. 1 pp. 819-820.

George, Jos.,
deposition on exorbitant fees,
vol. 7 p. 774.

George, Lewis,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1071.

George, Mitchel,
prisoner,
vol. 17 p. 1045.

George, Snip Nose,
deeds Indian lands,
vol. 25 pp. 507-9.

George, Thomas,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 214.

George, Thomas,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 1035.

George,
vol. 8 p. 602.

George,
fort, N. Y.,
vol. 8 p. 635, p. 652.

George,
lake, settlements on Indian lands considered,
vol. 6 pp. 582-584.

George,
ship,
vol. 10 p. 324, p. 328.

George,
ship, captures prize,
vol. 13 p. 98.

George,
sloop,
vol. 2 p. 397.

George,
sloop,
vol. 22 p. 940, p. 941.
crew of sent to Halifax,
stores on unladen,

George City,
act to incorporate,
vol. 25 pp. 373-8.

George Street,
vol. 5 p. 777.

George Street, Newbern,
vol. 23 p. 864.
vol. 24 p. 245, p. 246.

George Washington,
the, commissioners to sell,
vol. 12 p. 237, p. 420, p. 422.

Georgetown (countersign),
vol. 18 p. 588.

Georgetown, D. C.,
vol. 11 p. 836.
vol. 13 p. 82, p. 514, p. 523.
Tenth regiment winters at,
vol. 13 p. vii.

Georgetown, D. C. and Md.,
vol. 22 p. 94, p. 153.

Georgetown, Md.,
vol. 15 p. 536.
troops inoculated at,
vol. 13 p. 68, p. 74, p. 75.

Georgetown (George's Town), S. C.,
vol. 5 p. 355.
vol. 6 p. 608.
vol. 9 p. 1238, p. 1239.
vol. 10 p. 282, p. 360, p. 648.
vol. 11 p. 131, p. 151, p. 834.
vol. 13 p. 310.
vol. 21 p. 388, p. 693.
attacked by Marion,
vol. 14 p. 746.
Bluker commands in,
vol. 14 p. 749.
British capture,
vol. 14 p. 821.
in,
vol. 14 p. 617, p. 621, p. 726.
march from,
vol. 14 p. 666.
retaken,
vol. 15 p. v.
captured by Americans,
vol. 14 p. 775.
by patriots,
vol. 15 p. 288.
vol. 22 p. 533.
expedition against proposed,
vol. 14 p. 539.
number British at,
vol. 14 p. 505, p. 516.
supplies sent to,
vol. 16 p. 263.
to be sent to,
vol. 16 p. 494.
to send powder to N. C.,
vol. 11 p. 271.

Georgetown, Va.,
vol. 18 p. 505.
and federal capital,
vol. 16 p. 909.

Georgetown District,
vol. 14 p. 621.

Georgetown Parish, S. C.,
vol. 8 p. 221.

Georgia, Turkey,
inferior to N. C.,
vol. 7 p. 285.

Georgia (U. S.),
vol. 4 p. 259.
vol. 7 p. 460, p. 696, p. 855.
vol. 12 p. 292, p. 804.
vol. 24 p. 801.
vol. 25 p. 357.
act for aid to,
vol. 24 p. 262, p. 282.
acts of confirmed,
vol. 6 p. 327.
considered,
vol. 6 p. 74, p. 75.
aid for asked,
vol. 10 p. 805, p. 806.
vol. 14 p. 16.
needed,
vol. 14 p. 23, p. 32.
sent to,
vol. 11 p. xi, p. xii.
from N. C.,
vol. 15 p. 351.
from S. C.,
vol. 11 p. 131, p. 151.
vol. 15 p. 348.
should be paid by U. S.,
vol. 24 p. 679.
wanted for,
allowance to loan office,
vol. 20 p. 652.
allowed to recruit in N. C.,
vol. 10 p. 700.
vol. 22 pp. 915-16, p. 942.
and Briar Creek battle,
vol. 14 p. 277, p. 280, p. 283.
and impost,
vol. 17 p. 100.
and Indian trade,
vol. 7 p. 270.
and King's Mtn.,
vol. 15 p. 135.
and proportion of public debt,
vol. 17 p. 101.
and S. C. boundary,
vol. 5 p. 784.
vol. 6 p. 777, p. 794.
and treaty with So. Indians,
vol. 17 pp. 566-567.
and U. S. duties,
aroused against Loyalists,
vol. 10 p. 772.
asked for aid against Cherokees,
vol. 5 p. l.
to cede land,
vol. 18 p. 715, p. 717.
to send delegates to C. C.,
vol. 16 p. 743.
asks leave to recruit,
vol. 11 p. 445.
Assembly denounces Martin for McGillivray letter,
vol. 22 p. 1006.
Atkins Indian agent for,
vol. 5 pp. 912-913.
Augusta captured,
vol. 15 p. 496.
Baptists in,
battalions filled from N. C. and Va.,
vol. 10 pp. 795-796.
bill to secure negroes bought in,
vol. 19 p. 199, p. 328.
to send aid to,
bills of Col. White endorsed by N. C.,
vol. 12 p. 22, p. 23.
boundaries with Indians fixed,
vol. 6 p. 1090.
boundary dispute with,
vol. 6 p. 776, p. 778, p. 785.
with S. C.,
vol. 17 pp. 465-466.
discussed,
bounds to be enlarged by Creeks,
vol. 11 p. 204.
British correspondence on war in,
vol. 17 pp. 979-1037.
defeated in,
vol. 19 p. 885.
fortunes in,
vol. 16 p. 499, p. 502.
grievances against,
vol. 18 pp. 565-566.
invade,
vol. 22 p. 945, p. 967.
in,
vol. 19 p. 910, p. 911, p. 913.
vol. 24 p. 491.
may leave,
vol. 16 p. 349.
overrun,
vol. 17 p. 717.
reverses in,
vol. 17 p. 1029.
success in,
vol. 14 p. 222, p. 223.
troops to go to,
vol. 10 p. 299.
Brown defeated in,
vol. 15 p. 665.
Bryan criticises expedition to,
vol. 14 pp. 74-75.
Campbell on rebellious spirit in and answer,
vol. 11 pp. 259-261.
case of considered,
vol. 15 p. 247.
Caswell to delegates of in C. C. on bills in favor of Hardy,
vol. 11 p. 409.
certificates to line of,
vol. 17 p. 527.
cession by,
Cherokees and Creeks attack,
vol. 10 p. 661, p. 665.
Cherokees murdered on frontiers of,
vol. 9 p. 788, p. 789.
claims to be settled,
vol. 18 p. 784.
Clarke (Br.) to command in,
vol. 15 p. 262.
coms'n to treat with Creeks and Cherokees,
vol. 22 p. 717.
confiscated property to be recovered from,
vol. 16 p. 727.
conquered by Br.,
vol. 15 p. 225.
contracts by officers of,
vol. 24 p. 491.
Creeks begin hostilities against,
vol. 13 p. 216.
declare war,
vol. 6 pp. 263-264.
murders by,
vol. 7 p. 214.
defense of,
vol. 15 p. 312.
demands satisfaction from Indians,
vol. 7 p. 282.
for settlers killed,
vol. 7 p. 240.
efforts to keep British out,
vol. 11 p. 833.
encroaches on Creeks,
vol. 11 p. 201.
evacuated,
vol. 16 p. 773.
exhausted,
vol. 16 p. 703, p. 712.
expected to cede lands,
vol. 16 pp. 888-889.
expedition to and recruiting for,
vol. 11 p. 446.
extension discussed,
vol. 5 p. 385.
extent,
vol. 6 p. 610.
favored in matter of trade,
vol. 10 p. xv.
fights Creeks,
vol. 18 p. 758.
forbidden to recruit in N. C.,
vol. 12 p. 35.
forbids purchase of lands from Indians,
vol. 9 p. 1106.
forts needed in,
vol. 5 p. 477.
free,
vol. 16 p. 749.
vol. 17 p. 5.
French and Dutch consuls in,
and Spanish to be removed from region of,
vol. 6 p. 974, p. 975.
may land troops in Ga.,
vol. 15 p. 415.
neutrals sent to,
vol. 5 p. 655.
furnishes aid to neutrals,
vol. 5 p. 585.
governor consulted on Cherokees,
vol. 7 p. 235.
has uni-cameral system,
vol. 10 p. xx.
Hillsborough to gov. on silk culture,
vol. 8 p. 38.
Howe goes to aid of, against Indians,
vol. 13 pp. 498-499.
to go to,
vol. 10 p. 738.
in C. C.,
vol. 20 p. 603, p. 632.
vol. 21 p. 441.
in vice-admiralty dist. of Charleston,
vol. 11 p. 219.
increase in size of,
vol. 6 p. 1024.
and cessions of same,
vol. 17 pp. 99-100.
Indian depredations in,
vol. 9 p. 825.
traders with not regulated,
vol. 7 pp. 109-110.
Indians threaten,
vol. 22 p. 755, p. 1000.
unite against,
vol. 11 p. 372.
inducements to Toryism in,
vol. 9 p. 1165.
instructions to gov.,
to Gov. Reynolds same as those to Dobbs,
vol. 5 p. 1144.
invaded by Amer. privateers,
vol. 15 p. 177.
by Br.,
by Clarke,
vol. 15 p. 94.
by Indians and East Floridians and aid to,
invasion of N. C. necessary to save,
vol. 15 p. 260.
lack of gov't in,
vol. 8 p. 2.
Lee and Howe in,
vol. 10 p. 759.
Lee to command in,
vol. 10 p. 482.
lenient with Tories,
vol. 16 p. 933, p. 941.
letter of White and troops of referred to Assembly and provisions to troops of,
vol. 12 p. 339, p. 348.
letter to mentioned,
vol. 5 p. 486.
limits S. C.,
vol. 11 p. 130, p. 150.
loss of threatened,
vol. 15 p. 269.
mad with R. Howe,
vol. 13 p. 225.
vol. 22 p. 983.
militia from against Cherokees,
vol. 6 p. 261.
on Broad River,
vol. 15 p. 184.
sent to,
serves in,
vol. 17 pp. 96-97.
to be called out,
vol. 14 p. 851.
misconduct,
vol. 10 p. 57.
Moravian settlements in,
movement of troops in,
vol. 14 pp. 269-270.
negotiates with Creeks,
vol. 7 p. 232.
no refugees in,
vol. 17 p. 988.
no representative in C. C.,
vol. 14 p. 350.
N. C. troops in service of,
vol. 14 p. 865.
to be sent to aid of,
number British in,
vol. 14 p. 505, p. 516, p. 749.
of troops from,
vol. 14 p. 272.
petition of refugees,
vol. 16 p. 60, p. 61.
vol. 19 p. 35.
population in 1755,
vol. 5 p. 470, p. 473.
post route continued to Savannah,
vol. 16 p. 736.
Presbyterians in,
vol. 5 p. 1193.
prisoners from,
vol. 16 pp. 671-674.
prizes sent into,
vol. 11 p. 778, p. 779.
proposed invasion of by Americans,
vol. 14 p. 293.
prospects,
vol. 16 p. 656, p. 658.
protection taken in,
vol. 14 p. 21.
provisions for prisoners,
vol. 14 p. 551.
Pulaski in,
vol. 14 p. 347.
quota,
vol. 19 p. 946.
for public debt,
vol. 17 p. 60, p. 528.
to U. S.,
vol. 18 p. 704.
raises troops,
vol. 22 p. 516.
records from sent to Germany,
vol. 8 p. 758.
recruits in N. C.,
vol. 10 p. 718.
vol. 11 p. xiv, p. 350, p. 458.
and action on same,
refugees from exempt from draft,
vol. 24 p. 372.
from tax,
vol. 24 p. 351.
join Sumter,
vol. 15 p. 266.
refuses to pay duties,
vol. 16 pp. 885-886.
report on attempted enlistments for,
on loans to U. S.,
vol. 16 p. 354, p. 355.
resolutions of Cont. Cong. on trade of,
vol. 10 p. 411.
return of officers surrendered,
vol. 14 p. 860.
seal for,
vol. 11 p. 211.
seizes the Polly,
vol. 10 p. 948.
sells property of Tories,
vol. 13 p. 69.
sends agents to Indian treaties,
vol. 18 p. 553.
delegates to Phila.,
vol. 17 p. 93.
force against Cherokees,
vol. 10 p. 679, p. 882.
list of attained Tories,
vol. 16 p. 840, p. 864, p. 877.
settled from Cuba,
vol. 4 p. 633.
settlers for,
vol. 5 p. 1223.
vol. 7 p. 248.
murdered,
vol. 7 pp. 235-236.
share of sinking fund due from,
vol. 14 pp. 241-243.
should collect provisions,
vol. 22 p. 914.
South Carolina, boundary of,
trade through,
vol. 8 p. 556.
Stuart flees to,
vol. 9 p. 1219.
successes in,
vol. 15 p. 495.
supplies So. army,
vol. 16 p. 929.
Suther teaches in,
vol. 8 p. 739.
takes land from C.,
vol. 7 p. 157.
part in Indian Congress,
tax on for forts,
vol. 5 p. 471, p. 473.
threatened by British,
by St. Augustine,
vol. 6 p. 618.
threatened contraction of,
vol. 2 p. vii.
invasion by Spanish,
vol. 4 p. 271, p. 272.
threatens war with Creeks,
vol. 20 p. 783.
to be flanked by Br. territory,
vol. 15 p. 256.
to enter into treaty with Cherokees,
vol. 11 p. 417.
to help in reduction of East Florida,
vol. 13 p. 279.
to hold conference with Indians,
vol. 6 pp. 974-976.
to make treaty with Cherokees,
vol. 11 p. 451.
to raise troops,
vol. 10 p. 455.
to send committee for conference to S. C.,
vol. 10 p. 470.
to settle claims of Blount,
vol. 17 pp. 138-139.
to treat with Indians,
vol. 20 p. 552, p. 553, p. 582.
Tories in,
vol. 14 p. 270.
assemble,
vol. 22 p. 185.
expelled from,
vol. 17 p. 13, p. 14.
move to,
vol. 14 p. 666.
touches N. C.,
vol. 7 p. 865.
trade with Cherokees,
vol. 10 p. 658.
treaty with Cherokees,
troops needed for,
vol. 5 p. xxviii.
from North Carolina enlist under,
vol. 15 p. 683.
forbidden to enlist under S. C. and to be returned to N. C.,
vol. 15 p. 692.
troops of ask aid from N. C. and get it,
defeated at Briar Creek,
vol. 14 p. 312.
do not join Sumter,
vol. 14 p. 721.
furnished with provisions and clothes,
vol. 12 pp. 171-172.
go South,
vol. 14 p. 763.
in battle of Briar Creek,
vol. 14 pp. 39-40, p. 53.
in Charleston garrison,
vol. 15 p. 398.
in So. campaign,
vol. 14 p. 705.
in N. C.,
vol. 16 p. iv.
recalled from,
vol. 10 p. 880.
raised for aid of,
vol. 15 p. 737.
sent to,
vol. 9 p. 1210.
vol. 10 p. 859.
vol. 13 p. 629.
vol. 14 p. v, p. vi.
enlist under Ga.,
vol. 15 p. 717.
to be raised for defence of,
vol. 10 p. 315.
vol. 22 p. 753.
transferred to from N. C. battalions,
vol. 11 p. 409.
value of negroes,
vol. 16 p. 646.
of quotas,
vol. 15 p. 660.
votes not to close Miss.,
vol. 22 p. 901.
with Conn. and without influence in C. C.,
vol. 11 p. 384, p. 385, p. 478.
Walton a delegate from,
vol. 11 p. 781.
weak,
vol. 11 p. 131, p. 151.
defenceless,
Whitfield in,
vol. 6 p. 1060.

Gerald, Chas.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1064.

Gerard, Mr.,
French minister arrives,
vol. 13 p. 197, p. 198, p. 463.
sails for France,
vol. 14 p. 214.
to go to France,
vol. 14 p. 202.

Gerard, Mr.,
prisoner and character,
vol. 14 pp. 812-813.

Gerganus, David,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 329.

Gerhard family,
vol. 8 p. 737.

Germain, Mr.,
vol. 3 p. 85.

Germain, Daniel,
vol. 4 p. 208.

Germain, George, Lord,
vol. 10 p. 1034.
Clinton to on movements of Leslie and Cornwallis,
vol. 15 pp. 290-292.
Cornwallis to on battle of Camden,
vol. 15 pp. 268-273.
on battle of Guilford C. H. and subsequent movements,
on Br. movements,
vol. 17 p. x.
on condition of army, prisoners, &c.,
vol. 15 pp. 278-282.
on military movements in S. C.,
vol. 15 pp. 263-268.
on Hanging Rock and Camden,
vol. 14 pp. 868-869.
despatches to,
vol. 15 p. 274.
Howard to on his misfortunes by the war,
vol. 11 pp. 760-761.
letter of Martin to mentioned,
vol. 13 pp. iii-iv.
Martin to introducing Parry,
vol. 10 p. 893.
on British efforts in N. and S. C., and on Macknight,
vol. 10 pp. 652-656.
on Camden battle and Cornwallis's conduct of campaign,
vol. 15 pp. 81-82.
on case of Nelson,
vol. 11 p. 711.
on conciliation, courts, clerks, &c.,
vol. 11 pp. 721-727.
on establishment of vice admiralty ct., &c.,
vol. 10 pp. 733-735.
on fortunes of loyalists in N. C.,
vol. 10 pp. 899-900.
on his own situation,
vol. 10 pp. 823-824.
on his remaining in America,
vol. 11 p. 715.
on loyalists and battle of Moore's Creek,
vol. 10 pp. 486-493.
on reconciliation, courts and strengthening of gov't,
vol. 10 pp. 399-405.
on the Tories driven from N. C., &c.,
vol. 11 pp. 765-768.
on Tory prospects in N. C.,
vol. 13 pp. 367-368.
on enlistment of Whig prisoners,
vol. 17 p. 989.
quoted on prisoners,
vol. 15 p. xiv.
Stuart to on Cherokee attack on frontiers,
vol. 10 pp. 762-763.
on Indian affairs,
vol. 10 pp. 607-608.
to Clinton on Amer. war,
vol. 17 pp. 990-991.
to Cornwallis on Amer. war,
vol. 17 pp. 990-991.
on victory at Camden, gov't of S. C., &c.,
vol. 15 pp. 295-297.
to Martin on Br. expedition against So. colonies,
vol. 10 p. 364.
on British troops in America,
vol. 10 p. 609.
on his private losses, success of Br., &c.,
vol. 15 pp. 147-149.
on his return to England,
vol. 11 p. 704.
to Stuart on employment of Indians,

Germain, Robert,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 333.

German, Benj.,
vol. 16 p. 1095.
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1071.

German, Daniel,
commission as provost marshall,
vol. 11 p. 7.

German, Emory,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

German, Samuel,
vol. 9 p. 1232.

German, Thomas,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 710.

German,
a, clerk to Parker,
vol. 15 p. 575.

German (High Dutch),
minister to preach to Palatines in,
vol. 1 p. 831.

German Colony,
See Palatines.

German flats,
vol. 8 p. 378, p. 381, p. 469.

German miners,
under employ of DeGraffenried arrive in London,
vol. 1 pp. 973-974.

German officers,
to expect few recruits,
vol. 5 p. 601.

German Palatine settlement,
discussed,
vol. 1 p. xi.

German Presbyterian Church,
vol. 8 p. 731.

German Presbyterian congregation,
vol. 8 p. 744.

German Prince.
Eden likened to,
vol. 2 p. 359.

German Princes,
said to have refused troops to Eng.,
vol. 15 pp. 323-324.

German Reformed Church,
vol. 8 p. 759.
history of mentioned,
presence noticed,
vol. 6 p. xxix.
uses buildings in common with Lutherans,

German Reformed Church of London,
vol. 1 p. 908.

German Reformed Settlements,
history of by G. Wm. Welker,
vol. 8 pp. 727-757.

German school teachers,
in demand,
vol. 8 p. 739.

Germans,
vol. 8 p. 506.
vol. 15 p. 395, p. 396.
vol. 19 p. 360.
among Moravians,
cause of migration,
vol. 8 p. 728.
church affiliations,
vol. 8 p. 730.
defeated at Trenton,
vol. 11 p. 366.
fail to make themselves felt in N. C.,
vol. 8 p. 768.
fears for loyalty of to N. C. discussed,
vol. 10 p. xxxii.
few in province,
vol. 5 p. 601.
hired by British,
vol. 10 p. 453, p. 454.
immigration of,
vol. 4 p. xxi.
from Pa.,
vol. 5 p. 1150.
in Burke Co.,
vol. 13 p. 354.
in Cherokee and Regulation wars,
vol. 8 p. 730.
in N. C.,
vol. 5 pp. xxxix-xl.
in revolution,
vol. 8 p. 733, p. 763.
increase,
vol. 5 p. 24, p. 25.
lack of history of,
vol. 8 p. 727.
law abiding,
vol. 8 p. 769.
location,
vol. 8 p. 630, p. 631.
of settlements in N. C.,
in Pa.,
vol. 8 p. 729.
loyal in Mecklenburg,
vol. 10 p. 231.
ministers scarce among,
vol. 8 p. 732.
not prominent in public affairs in N. C.,
prominent in Revolution,
vol. 8 p. 730.
proposed emigration to S. C.,
vol. 3 p. 10.
refuse to aid Ashe,
vol. 3 p. 426.
report on troops in Br. army,
settlement of,
vol. 5 p. 356.
travel in N. C. and S. C.,
vol. 17 p. 130, p. 131.
value to colony,
vol. 8 p. 729.

Germantons, Col.,
position of regt. in army,
vol. 12 p. 508.

Germantown,
vol. 5 p. 1159.
act to establish,
vol. 25 pp. 96-7.

Germantown, Pa.,
vol. 5 p. 1.
vol. 8 p. 731, p. 733.
vol. 11 p. 785.
vol. 12 p. 483, p. 485.
vol. 14 p. 11, p. 352.
Amer. army at,
vol. 11 p. 570.
battle of,
vol. 12 p. 278.
vol. 13 p. 363.
vol. 15 p. 188.
vol. 17 p. 1047.
vol. 19 p. 908, p. 909.
Clark at,
vol. 15 p. 747.
composition and condition of N. C. troops at,
vol. 11 p. 784.
headquarters at,
vol. 12 p. 479, p. 481, p. 483.
Martin on battle of,
vol. 13 pp. 262-264.
Nash K at and reg'ts consolidated,
vol. 15 p. 765.
pillaged,
vol. 11 p. 822.
report on battle of,
Vail a coward at battle,
vol. 13 p. 372.
Washington on battle of,

Germany, Thos.,
in army,
vol. 15 p. 727.
vol. 16 p. 1062.

Germany,
vol. 4 p. 869, p. 874, p. 855.
vol. 5 p. 220, p. 1151.
vol. 6 p. 18, p. 264, p. 266.
vol. 9 p. 579.
vol. 10 p. 864.
vol. 12 p. 472.
vol. 17 p. 130.
vol. 19 p. 564.
alliance against,
vol. 5 p. 869, p. 871.
connection of Lutheran churches with established,
vol. 8 p. 764.
emigrants from invited,
vol. 1 p. 835.
vol. 5 p. 330.
emperor leads troops,
vol. 13 p. 243, p. 247.
presides at Cong. of Vienna,
vol. 22 p. 1030.
Lutheran records sent to and published,
vol. 8 p. 758.
Moravian immigrants from,
vol. 5 p. 1150.
natives of naturalized,
vol. 7 p. 521.
naval stores imported from,
vol. 8 p. 190.
Palatines go to England from,
vol. 1 p. 907.
proposed settlers from,
vol. 4 p. 255, p. 262.
Protestant cause in,
vol. 5 p. 931.
recruits from,
vol. 13 p. 443.
rice exported to,
vol. 2 p. 424.
superior advantages of,
vol. 16 pp. 921-924.
troops from,
vol. 10 p. 458.
victories of Prussia,
vol. 5 p. 999.
victory over French in,
vol. 6 p. 64.
wolves of,
vol. 5 p. 8.

Gerns, Jas.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Gerock, Sam'l,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 66.

Geroud, Honorie,
act to change estate with debts of,
vol. 24 p. 927.
bill on estate,

Gerral, Henry,
patent enrolled,
vol. 6 p. 765.

Gerral, James,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 334.

Gerrard (Gerard), Lieut. Charles,
a prisoner,
vol. 14 p. 817.
act to establish boundaries of lands of,
vol. 25 pp. 42-3.
bill to fix land lines,
Cont. lieut.,
vol. 22 p. 1049.
in Conv. 1789,
vol. 22 p. 37, p. 47, p. 48.
lieut.,
vol. 13 p. 526.
officer,
vol. 18 p. 449, p. 458, p. 486.
rank,
receives pay for soldiers,
resolution on claim of,
vol. 21 p. 786, p. 945, p. 950.

Gerrard, Henry,
appears as a minister,
vol. 1 p. 616.
scandalous reports against,
vol. 1 p. 630.
to preach on South Shore,
vol. 1 p. 630.

Gerrard, John,
voter,
vol. 15 p. 238.

Gerrel, Jno.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1066.
deserter,
vol. 11 p. 742.

Gerrel, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1066.
deserter,
vol. 11 p. 742.

Gerrish, Henry,
gives land for light house,
vol. 25 p. 65.

Gerritt, John,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 215.

Gerry, Ellridge,
in C. C.,
vol. 16 p. 897.
vol. 17 p. 556, p. 557.
to Johnston on N. Y.-Mass. controversy,
vol. 22 pp. 632-3.

Gerry, Jos.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 385.

Gervais (Gervis),
John Lewis, pay to,
vol. 22 p. 1016.
com'r of Treasury,
vol. 17 p. 606.

Gervais and Owens,
vol. 18 p. 544, p. 751.
money to be lodged with,
vol. 17 p. 514, p. 524, p. 568.

Gervin, David,
act for land to,
vol. 24 pp. 629-30.

Gervis, Foster,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 801.

Gesibel, Michael,
petitions for lands,
vol. 4 pp. 954-956.

Gess, John,
in Indian war,
vol. 10 p. 759.

Gess, Wm.,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 332.

Gessum, Robert,
in army,
vol. 15 p. 720.

Gest, John,
fails to take oath,
vol. 22 p. 170.

Gest, Jos.,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-8.

Gest, Joshua,
a J. P.,
vol. 22 p. 719.

Gest, Mr.,
on com. of defense and chairman,
vol. 22 p. 722, p. 725.

Gest, Nathaniel,
prisoner,
vol. 16 p. 671.

Gest, Richard,
witness and to produce witnesses,
vol. 10 p. 931.

Gest, William,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-11.

Gettis, Alex.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 67.

Gettree, Dan.,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 188.

Gettysburg campaign,
route of Lee on,
vol. 4 pp. xxi-xxii.

Gettysburg Theological Seminary, Pa.,

Gevoe, Peter,
deposition of on work of privateers,
vol. 13 p. 97.

Gewil, William,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-12.

Gherry, Wm.,
sheriff,
vol. 21 p. 1072.

Ghoby, Wm.,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 992.

Ghorham.
See Gorham.

Ghorham, James,
ship master,
vol. 8 p. 545.

Giarii,
mentioned,
vol. 1 p. 887.

Gibbens.
See Gibbins, Gibbons, Gibbuns.

Gibbens, Geo.,
payments to for Ft. Dobbs,
vol. 5 p. 802, p. 804.
produces accounts,

Gibbens, Stephen,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 451.

Gibbes.
See Gibbs, Gibs.

Gibbes, Geo.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 280.
report on militia Co.,
vol. 22 p. 388.

Gibbes, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 280.

Gibbes (Gibs), Robt.,
church commissioner,
vol. 2 p. 874.
governor of S. C.,
vol. 1 p. 821.
memorial to from N. C.,
vol. 1 pp. 827-829.
signs S. C. acts on oaths and church,

Gibbes, Thos.,
petition from,
vol. 1 pp. 145-149.

Gibbes Wharf, Charleston,
vol. 15 p. 42.

Gibbin, Magnus,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 385.

Gibbins.
See Gibbons.

Gibbins, Capt.,
brings in salt,
vol. 11 p. 624.

Gibbins, Henry,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 1250.

Gibbins, Thos.,
court to be held at house of and collector,
vol. 24 p. 831, p. 832.

Gibble.
See Gible.

Gibble, Mr.,
vol. 11 p. 510.
receives pay for crew of the Caswell,
vol. 13 p. 312.
waits on Caswell for money,
vol. 13 p. 175, p. 176.

Gibble, Didderick,
ensign,
vol. 10 p. 634.
in militia,
makes salt,
vol. 10 p. 739.
petition on use of Carteret militia,
vol. 15 pp. 146-147.
See Also - Gibbler.

Gibble, Frederick,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 994.
on S. C. of Pitt,
vol. 10 p. 62.
patroler,
vol. 10 p. 63.

Gibbler, Dedrick,
canal coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 538.

Gibbons.
See Gibbens, Gibbins, Gibbuns.

Gibbons, Lieut.,
and battle of Stoney Point,
vol. 14 p. 329.

Gibbons, Henry,
land grant to,

Gibbons, John,
prisoner,
vol. 17 p. 1045.

Gibbons, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 377.

Gibbs.
See Gibbes, Gibs.

Gibbs, ——,
J. P.,
vol. 18 p. 413.

Gibbs, Mr.,
seizes French vessel,
vol. 14 p. 253.

Gibbs, Basil,
settler,
vol. 1 p. 76.

Gibbs, Benj.,
capt. of militia,
vol. 14 p. 136.

Gibbs, Ellinor,
summoned to court,
vol. 1 p. 618.

Gibbs, George,
a J. P.,
vol. 6 p. 1070.
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 306, p. 312.
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 52, p. 55, p. 56.
petitions for land,
vol. 4 p. 51.
on roads and ferries,
vol. 5 pp. 164-166.
witnesses will,
vol. 22 p. 299, p. 300.

Gibbs, Geo.,
pay asked for negro of,
vol. 17 p. 297.
slave of tried,
vol. 20 p. 23.

Gibbs, Harry,
sells land,
vol. 2 p. 483.

Gibbs, Henry,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 345, p. 713.
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 309.
juror,
vol. 4 p. 520.
vol. 25 p. 188.
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 636.
surety,
vol. 5 pp. 423-424.

Gibbs, Henry, Jr.,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 814.
vol. 5 p. 657.

Gibbs, Henry, Sr.,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 pp. 813-814.

Gibbs, Joel,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1066.

Gibbs, John,
a J. P.,
vol. 5 p. 828.
vol. 6 p. 1008, p. 1070.
claims proved,
vol. 8 p. 517.
dead,
vol. 8 p. 431, p. 439.
dropped as J. P.,
vol. 6 p. 1007.
in Assem.,
on Cherokee boundary survey,
vol. 7 p. 995.
on com. of Assem.,
vol. 8 p. 309.
petitions for repeal of tax on free negroes,
vol. 6 pp. 982-983.
road coms'r,
vol. 25 p. 401.

Gibbs, John,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.

Gibbs, John,
challenges Ludwell,
vol. 1 p. 364.
claims as governor discussed,
vol. 1 pp. xxiv-xxv.
declaration against,
vol. 1 pp. 363-364.
forces of,
vol. 1 p. 365.
goes to England,
vol. 1 p. 366.
law suit,
vol. 1 p. 400, p. 421.
makes prisoners of C. officers and takes them to Va.,
vol. 1 pp. 364-365.
petition for land of,
vol. 1 p. 595.
settler,
vol. 1 p. 76.
thrown into N. C.,
vol. 1 p. 388.
vol. 2 p. 747.

Gibbs, John (of Assem.),
dead,
vol. 9 p. 137.

Gibbs, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 376.

Gibbs, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 380.

Gibbs, John,
money from,
vol. 21 p. 1063.

Gibbs, John,
on S. C. of Onslow,
vol. 10 p. 112.

Gibbs, John,
owes state,
vol. 21 p. 1072.

Gibbs, John,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 67.

Gibbs, John Walter,
claims on S. C. survey,
vol. 9 p. 302.

Gibbs, Jos.,
act for town on lands of and town coms'r,
vol. 24 pp. 944-5.
bill for town on lands of,

Gibbs, Joseph,
in militia,
vol. 9 p. 1050.

Gibbs, Jos., Jr.,
to Nash on commission in Hyde Co. militia,
vol. 15 pp. 97-98.

Gibbs, Nicholas,
not made a J. P.,
vol. 18 p. 468.
petition,
vol. 20 p. 386.

Gibbs, Robt.,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 994.

Gibbs, Robt.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 309.

Gibbs, Robert,
law suit,
vol. 1 p. 562.
petition from,
vol. 1 pp. 145-149.
settler,
vol. 1 p. 76.

Gibbs, Robert,
paid for slave outlawed and killed,
vol. 12 p. 72, p. 73.

Gibbs, Robert,
signs S. C. act,
vol. 25 p. 148.

Gibbs, Robert,
witness,
vol. 5 p. 424.

Gibbs, Thos.,
settler,
vol. 1 p. 76.

Gibbs, Wm.,
bailed,
vol. 10 p. 559.
not allowed to load vessel in Cape Fear River,
vol. 10 p. 345, p. 355.
to land turpentine,
vol. 10 p. 516.
unfriendly to America,
vol. 10 p. 520.

Gibbs, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 309.

Gibbs, Wm.,
introduced to Nash,
vol. 15 p. 155.
lieut. of militia,
vol. 14 p. 136.

Gibbs, Wm.,
pays in bills, of credit,
vol. 16 p. 306.

Gibbs, Wm. H.,
prisoner,
vol. 15 p. 392.

Gibbs, Zack,
claims proved,
vol. 8 p. 517.

Gibbs, Marsh,
vol. 2 p. 751.

Gibbs's,
inspection at,
vol. 25 p. 313.

Gibbuns.
See Gibbons.

Gibbuns, Stephen,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 391.

Gibens, Henry, Jr.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 319.

Gibens, Henry, Sr.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 319.

Gible.
See Gibble.

Gible, Dederick,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 1038.

Gibralter,
vol. 5 p. 347, p. 598.
vol. 6 p. 17, p. 217.
vol. 19 p. 938.
British success at,
vol. 16 p. 466.
captured by Spanish,
vol. 16 p. 630.
fate of,
vol. 16 p. 441.
Spaniards sail for,
vol. 9 p. 263.

Gibralter, ship,
vol. 5 p. 331, p. 370.

Gibs.
See Gibbes, Gibbs.

Gibs, Joel,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 215.

Gibs, John,
calls witness,
vol. 1 p. 411.
sells land,
vol. 1 pp. 414-415.

Gibs, John,
deer skin stolen from,
vol. 2 p. 597.

Gibs, Nath.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 428.

Gib's Point,
vol. 2 p. 802.

Gibson.
See Gipson.

Gibson, ——,
among Indians,
vol. 17 p. 11.

Gibson, ——,
land warrant to,
vol. 5 p. 811.

Gibson, Mr.,
vol. 5 p. 943.

Gibson, Mr.,
vol. 9 p. 828.

Gibson, Mr.,
vol. 11 p. 317, p. 318.

Gibson, Mr.,
vol. 13 p. 77.

Gibson, Mr.,
vol. 13 p. 80, p. 81.

Gibson, Mr.,
allowed £5 for model of rice mill,

Gibson, Mr.,
on com. of defence,
vol. 22 p. 722.

Gibson, Bishop,
vol. 6 p. 13.
vol. 7 p. 153.
vol. 9 p. 84.

Gibson, Capt.,
clothing to for Md. and Del. troops,
vol. 14 p. 714.
dead,
vol. 15 p. 758.
wounded,
vol. 15 p. 638.

Gibson, Col.,
field officer,
vol. 12 p. 512, p. 537.
in command,
vol. 12 p. 518.
needs wagons,
vol. 14 p. 629.
pres. of court martial,
vol. 12 p. 510.
regt. of consolidated,
vol. 12 p. 508.

Gibson, Ensign,
a prisoner,
vol. 14 p. 818.
on court of inquiry,
vol. 15 p. 617.

Gibson, Lieut.,
killed,
vol. 15 p. 306.

Gibson, Andrew,
land sold to,
vol. 18 p. 415.

Gibson, Chas.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1068.
in Davidson's Co.,
vol. 14 p. 294.

Gibson, Colin,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Gibson, David,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Gibson, Eleanor,
petition for estate of,
vol. 2 pp. 711-712.

Gibson, Elisha,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.

Gibson, G.,
position of regt. in army,
vol. 12 p. 508.

Gibson, George,
pres. court martial,
vol. 12 p. 518.

Gibson, Gideon,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 945.

Gibson, Henry,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1069.

Gibson, Henry,
land lapses,
vol. 2 p. 352.

Gibson, Jacob,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1068.

Gibson, James,
petition,
vol. 19 p. 513, p. 525, p. 527.

Gibson, Jas.,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 252.

Gibson, James,
regulator,
vol. 8 p. 80.

Gibson, James,
submits linen for reward,
vol. 10 p. 829.

Gibson, John,
act for land to,
vol. 24 pp. 629-630.
land grant to,
vol. 19 p. 572.

Gibson, John,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 215.

Gibson, John,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1062.

Gibson, John,
goes to Va.,
vol. 25 p. 399.

Gibson, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 453.

Gibson, John,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-10.

Gibson, John,
to Caswell on Kennon's accounts,
vol. 13 p. 257.
vol. 22 p. 769.
on payments for recruiting service,
vol. 11 p. 466.
treasurer,
vol. 22 p. 1009.
town coms'r,
vol. 25 p. 354.

Gibson, Joseph,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 67.

Gibson, Jurden,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 959, p. 1033.

Gibson, Mary,
administration to,

Gibson, Mary,
case of,
vol. 22 p. 868.

Gibson, Mary,
petition on will,
suit against estate of Gibson,
vol. 6 p. 765.

Gibson, Patrick,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 397.
riotous over lands,
vol. 6 p. 780.

Gibson, Reuben,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-10.

Gibson, Robt.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 326.

Gibson, Roger,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-13.

Gibson, Silvester,
regulator,
vol. 8 p. 80.

Gibson, Simon,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 214.

Gibson, Thomas,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 213.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1071.

Gibson, Thos.,
case of,
vol. 22 p. 868.

Gibson, Thomas,
dropped as a J. P.,
vol. 5 p. 828.
fails to appear before council,
vol. 5 p. 825.
in Assembly,
on com. of Assembly,
vol. 6 p. 365, p. 486, p. 674.
summoned before council,
vol. 5 p. 820.

Gibson, Thos.,
estate taxed,
vol. 15 p. 192.

Gibson, Thos.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 66.

Gibson, Thos.,
petitions for estate,

Gibson, Thos.,
suit against executors,
vol. 6 p. 765.

Gibson, Thos., Sr.,
petition on administration of estate,

Gibson, Thos. Walter,
petition on will,

Gibson, Walter,
a J. P.,
vol. 6 p. 764.
administration to,
in Assem.,
on com. of Assem.,
vol. 8 p. 309.
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 710, p. 950.
on claims com.,
vol. 22 p. 862.

Gibson, Walter,
bill of expenses and payment to,
vol. 22 p. 425, p. 441.
commissary,
vol. 10 p. 629, p. 643.
coms'r on boundary,
vol. 23 p. 630, p. 822.
on county,
vol. 23 p. 590, p. 591.
on town,
vol. 23 p. 920, p. 922.
vol. 25 p. 470.
discharged from service,
vol. 13 p. 794.
in Prov. Cong.,
vol. 9 p. 1049.
vol. 10 p. 164, p. 167, p. 172.
money to for Lillington,
vol. 15 p. 67.
on com. of Prov. Cong.,
vol. 10 p. 168, p. 173, p. 174.
on S. C., of Bladen,
vol. 10 p. 24, p. 112.
payments to as commissary,
vol. 10 p. 639.
petitions for McDugal,
vol. 9 pp. 683-684.
reports on Tories,
vol. 11 p. 558.
taxable,
vol. 15 p. 191.
to Leech on military affairs,
vol. 15 p. 61.

Gibson, Walter
regulator,
vol. 8 p. 80.

Gibson, Wm.,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 962, p. 1250.

Gibson, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1065.
on regulation of Cross Creek,
vol. 15 pp. 209-210.
payment to,
vol. 10 p. 694.
reenlists,
vol. 15 p. 749.

Gibson, Wm.,
regulator,
vol. 8 p. 80.

Gibson, Wm.,
resurvey to,
vol. 6 p. 1073.

Gibson's Regiment,
vol. 14 p. 560, p. 723.

Gibson's Store,
vol. 5 p. 354, p. 605.

Gickie, James,
coms'r on pension claims,
vol. 24 p. 736.

Gidcomb, Jos.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1070.

Gidden, Benj.,
law suit,
vol. 1 pp. 521-522.

Giddens, Thos.,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 190.

Giddeons, Jno.,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 190.

Giddings, Thomas,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 641.

Giddings, Wm.,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 801.

Giddins, Abraham,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 594.

Giddins, Jacob,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 594.

Giddins, Thos.,
exempted,
vol. 4 p. 820.

Giddins, Wm.,
land grant asked,
vol. 4 p. 707.

Giddy, John,
coms'r on case of Wms.,
vol. 12 p. 568, p. 675.
resigns as lieut. col.,
vol. 14 p. 262.

Gideon, Lewis,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1066.

Gideon, Richard,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 214.

Gidion, Ben,
juror,
vol. 1 p. 408.
sues,
vol. 1 p. 410.

Gids, Mill,
prisoner,
vol. 15 p. 169.
vol. 22 p. 523.

Giekie, James,
restored as J. P.,
vol. 19 pp. 687-688.

Giffard, ——,
property confiscated,
vol. 17 p. 145.

Giffard, Mr.,
vol. 10 p. 840.
salt commissioner,
vol. 10 p. 733.

Giffard, Rev. Mr.,
Tryon to Bp. of London on,
vol. 7 pp. 786-787.

Giffard, H.,
vol. 14 p. 340.

Giffard, Henry,
advances money for troops,
vol. 10 p. 699.
clerk of ct.,
vol. 13 pp. 363-364.
commissary,
vol. 10 p. 569, p. 578.
horse to be delivered to,
vol. 10 p. 560.
letter on arms and ammunition considered,
vol. 10 p. 524, p. 540.
payments to and to furnish provender,
vol. 10 p. 632.
for troops,
vol. 10 p. 877.
petitions for new charter,
vol. 9 pp. 79-80.
salt for,
vol. 10 p. 704.
surrenders charter of Campbelton,
vol. 9 pp. 270-271.
to Caswell on Drake will case,
vol. 11 pp. 743-744.
witness,
vol. 10 p. 957.

Giffard, James,
applies for powder,
vol. 10 p. 157.

Gifford, James,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 215.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1062.

Gifford, James,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1066.

Gifford, James,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 507.

Giford, Parsley,
Burke to on reduction of Tories,
vol. 15 p. 548.

Gifted Brethren,
in N. C. and excesses,
vol. 7 pp. 286-287.

Gifts,
bill to prevent fraud by,
not to be received by officers,
vol. 3 pp. 98-99.
vol. 5 p. 1115.

Gifts in tail,
Eng. act on in force in N. C.,
vol. 23 p. 318.

Gifts to defraud,
Eng. act on in force in N. C.,