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Ider, John Barker,
prisoner,
vol. 15 p. 169.

Ider, Jno. Blecker,
wounded and prisoner,
vol. 22 p. 523.

Idereal, John,
fine remitted,
vol. 10 p. 3.

Idiots,
act to preserve estates,
vol. 24 p. 678.

Idiots and lunatics,
custody of given to governor,
vol. 9 p. 811.

Idle and dissolute persons,
act on,
vol. 23 pp. 746-7.
vol. 24 pp. 597-8.
vol. 25 pp. 251-2.
bill on,

Idole, Jacob,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 71.

Idols,
of Tuscaroas,
vol. 1 p. 98.

Igby, Samuel,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 223.

Ikard, Abel,
vol. 8 p. 752.

Ikard family,
pioneers,
vol. 8 p. 751.

Illegal proceedings,
act for redress of,
vol. 25 pp. 154-6.

Illegal trade.
See trade.

Illegal traders,
infest proprietary colonies,
vol. 1 p. 536, p. 541, p. 631.

Illinois, The,
vol. 15 p. 104.
vol. 20 p. 655.
expedition to,
vol. 7 p. 282.
goods seized,
vol. 22 p. 677.
taken possession of,
vol. 7 p. 237, p. 238, p. 239.

Illinois (State),
vol. 22 p. 102.
gov't of,
vol. 20 pp. 740-6.
Lutherans remove to,
vol. 8 p. 781, p. 787.

Illinois Grant,
vol. 17 p. 160.

Illinois Indians,
attacked by Cherokees,
vol. 7 p. 239.

Illinois River,
vol. 5 p. 464.
vol. 10 p. 376.
vol. 20 p. 788.

Illinoneeks, (Ilinois, Illinois),
river of the,
vol. 2 p. 351.

Imaginary surveys and patents,
vol. 4 p. 306.

Imler family,
vol. 8 p. 741, p. 742.

Immersion,
baptism by,
vol. 6 p. 316.

Immigration,
act to encourage,
vol. 23 p. 787.
vol. 25 pp. 94-5.
bill for,
vol. 19 p. 547.
course,
vol. 6 p. 1031.
discussed,
vol. 4 pp. xx-xxii.
freedom of to C.,
from Md.,
vol. 8 p. 737.
from Pa., discussed,
from Va.,
vol. 5 p. 1214.
increasing to N. C.,
vol. 9 p. 821.
influx of,
vol. 8 p. xlvi.
into N. C. small,
vol. 26 p. iii.
lines of,
noticed,
vol. 3 p. 210, p. 432.
numbers,
vol. 5 p. 149.
of free negroes,
vol. 23 p. 106.
sources,
vol. 4 p. 1312.
vol. 5 p. 1203, p. 1204.
vol. 6 p. 1037.
and route,
stopped by Indian wars,
vol. 5 p. liv.
to N. C.,
vol. 2 p. xvi.
vol. 5 p. xxi.
under Burrington,
vol. 3 p. 28.

Immigrants,
act on exemption from taxes,
vol. 25 p. 120, p. 159.
on suits against,
vol. 25 p. 119.
bill to bring in,
debarred from office for 3 years,
vol. 25 p. 198.
privileges,
vol. 23 p. 984.
screen themselves under old exemption act,
vol. 2 pp. 539-40.

Immorality,
act on,
vol. 23 pp. 3-6.
to suppress,
bill to suppress,
Eng. acts on in force N. C.,
vol. 25 p. 153.
to be suppressed,
vol. 10 p. 251.

Impeachments,
vol. 22 p. 22.
bill on,
to direct procedure in,
necessary for trials,
vol. 23 p. 977.
needed provision for,
vol. 22 p. 52.
provisions for,
vol. 10 p. 1010.
in Franklin Const.,
vol. 22 p. 667.

Importation,
of convict women,
vol. 1 pp. 477-478.
of persons,

Importation of N. C. tobacco into Va.,
Fitzwilliam on law against,
vol. 2 pp. 683-4.
Gooch on law against,
vol. 2 pp. 773-5.
law against discussed,
vol. 2 pp. 762-3.

Imports,
acts for duty,
to print laws,
on ports for,
amount,
vol. 5 p. xliii.
appeal to king for repeal of duty on,
vol. 7 p. 973, pp. 980-2.
association against proposed,
vol. 9 p. 1025.
bill to allow Continental Congress to levy duty on,
to amend act on collectors,
on collection of,
condition,
vol. 4 p. 357.
duties,
vol. 4 pp. 23-24.
instructions on duties,
vol. 5 p. 1117.
from Great Britian to cease,
vol. 9 p. xxx.
into C. allowed,
into England from America,
vol. 2 pp. 155-6.
See Also - Customs, Duties.

Imposts,
bill for,
vol. 4 p. 145.

Impressment,
act against,
vol. 23 p. 982.
assembly, quoted on,
vol. 7 p. v.
Bignall on im. of tobacco,
vol. 22 pp. 596-8, p. 604.
bill to amend act on,
to restrain,
vol. 19 p. 124.
com. to find value of articles impressed,
vol. 17 p. 914.
council on resolves concerning,
vol. 1 pp. 243-4.
denounced,
vol. 17 pp. 717-18.
Edenton merchants on,
vol. 22 pp. 578-9.
hostility to law on,
vol. 15 p. 603.
in Wilmington,
vol. 22 pp. 602-3.
law for discussed,
vol. 15 pp. 226-227.
of horses,
vol. 22 p. 867.
for Greene,
vol. 17 p. 939, p. 940, p. 943.
of provisions,
vol. 22 p. 1048.
opposed by Burke,
vol. 16 pp. 9-10.
report on,
resisted in Tuscarora war,
vol. 2 p. 5.
resolution against,
vol. 17 p. 826, p. 827.
vol. 22 p. 819.
resolves against,
vol. 4 p. xii.
results in Edenton,
vol. 22 p. 556.
on commerce,
vol. 15 pp. 601-20.
return of,
vol. 19 p. 7.
Smith to Burke on,
vol. 22 p. 592.
violation of laws on,
vol. 16 pp. 107-8.

Imprisonment,
act on,
vol. 23 p. 560, p. 883.
bill to prevent illegal,
for insult,
vol. 4 p. 267.
illegal in Anson,
vol. 7 p. 807.
must be by mittimus,
vol. 3 pp. 104-105.
of debtors not allowed,
vol. 22 p. 669.
petition on,
vol. 5 p. 754.
regulations on,
vol. 22 p. 18.
to be in accord with law,
vol. 23 p. 977.
unlawful, penalty for,
vol. 5 p. 1121.

Imprisonment beyond sea,
Eng. act on in force in N. C.,
vol. 23 p. 324.

Imprisonment for debt,
act on,

Imprisonment of slaves,
act against,
vol. 25 pp. 169-70.

Inbyson, Col.,
vol. 22 p. 777.

Incest,
bill on,
vol. 20 p. 569, p. 581.

Inceste, Isaac,
regulator,
vol. 8 p. 80.

Incorporated Society for promoting and establishing the public school in Newbern, The,
vol. 23 p. 678.
act to save lots for,
vol. 25 p. 516.

Indemnification,
law on disapproved by King,
vol. 9 p. 705.

Indemptitate Nominis,
Eng, acts on in force in N. C.,
vol. 23 p. 320, p. 321.

Indented certificates,
vol. 17 p. 704.
to be given for loans,
vol. 24 p. 282, p. 347.
used as money,
vol. 17 pp. 782-3.

Indentured servants,
vol. 2 p. 42, p. 56, p. 66.
vol. 22 p. 296.
act on,
begotten with child,
vol. 2 p. 417.
character,
vol. 2 p. 261.
children of vagrants should be bound out,
vol. 5 p. 299.
clothes given to,
vol. 1 p. 407.
cruelty to should be restrained,
vol. 5 p. 1122.
discharged because master had not taught them to read and write,
vol. 2 p. 172.
dues at freedom,
vol. 1 p. 577, p. 586, p. 626.
female transferred from Bridewell,
vol. 2 pp. 371-2.
law against severity to,
vol. 3 p. 106.
makes agrement for himself,
vol. 2 p. 696.
master petitions for wages of,
vol. 2 pp. 181-2.
noticed,
vol. 1 p. 401.
owned by Urmston,
vol. 2 p. 219.
petitions for relief,
vol. 2 pp. 698-9.
punishment for having bastard,
vol. 1 p. 655.
runs away,
vol. 2 p. 262.
suit of Indian for freedom,
vol. 1 pp. 626-7.
time should be paid for if they enlist,
vol. 5 p. 659.
to be encouraged in S.C.,
vol. 2 p. 421.
to be taught to read,
vol. 2 p. 266.
to learn trade,
vol. 2 p. 241.
See Also - Servants and slaves.

Indentures,
law regulating needed,
vol. 5 p. 497.
made in Perquimans Co.,
vol. 1 p. 398.

Independence,
vol. 17 p. 5.
declaration ordered,
vol. 10 p. xviii, p. 512.
declared,
vol. 11 p. 321, p. 335.
delegates to C. C. ignorant of feeling for,
demand for,
vol. 11 p. 239, p. 289.
development of spirit,
vol. 6 p. 297.
discussed by Iredell,
vol. 10 pp. 1039-40.
feelings of people on considered,
MacKnight on tendency to,
vol. 10 pp. 249-250.
Martin on feeling for,
vol. 10 pp. 268-9.
on Moore's overtures for reconciliation,
vol. 11 pp. 722-3.
not desired,
offered by Gt. Brit.,
vol. 14 p. 309.
people ready for,
vol. 10 p. 1032.
progress towards,
vol. 9 p. 985.
resolution for passed,
vol. 10 p. xxxviii.
secured by colony,
vol. 4 p. 250.
spirit of in N. C.,
vol. 4 p. 284.
vol. 6 p. 279.
to be discussed,
vol. 10 p. 617.

Independent companies,
dissolved,
vol. 10 p. 215.
put under Innes,
vol. 5 p. 128.

Independent Co. of Artillery,
vol. 17 p. 1048.

Independents,
church laws quoted,
vol. 9 p. 83.
condition,
vol. 3 pp. 429-30.
few,
vol. 22 p. 433.
furnish model for vestry law,
vol. 6 pp. 11-12.
hostile to monarchy,
vol. 9 p. 1086.
in assembly and vestry oath,
vol. 1 p. 769, p. 771.
may take vestry oath,
vol. 6 p. 715.

Index to Colonial and State Records,
provision for,
vol. 11 pp. v-vi.
to N. C. census of 1790,
vol. 26 p. iv, pp. 1-239c.
to N. C. laws,
vol. 25 p. vi, pp. 647-741.
provision for,
vol. 11 pp. v-vi.

India (?),
vol. 22 p. 364.

India (East),
vol. 5 p. 221.
Scottish Co. to trade in,
vol. 1 p. 458.

India tea,
vol. 17 p. 45.

Indian affairs,
vol. 5 p. 651, p. 652.
allowance to Robertson as agent,
vol. 13 p. 909.
bill to empower agent to regulate,
Clinton to Johnston on,
vol. 4 pp. 820-22.
commissioner of,
vol. 23 p. 88, p. 333.
committee and reports on,
vol. 22 p. 728.
considered by assem.,
Hillsborough to Tryon on control of,
vol. 7 pp. 707-709.
Hutchings to Martin on,
vol. 22 pp. 695-6.
inquiries on,
vol. 17 p. 31.
letters, etc., on,
Martin & Bledsoe to Caswell on,
Martin reports on,
vol. 22 pp. 675-6.
to Beresford on,
vol. 17 pp. 76-7, p. 79.
matters on laid before assembly and com. on,
Outlaw on,
vol. 18 pp. 756-9.
payment to Robertson as Supt. of,
rank of superintendent discussed,
vol. 8 pp. 2-3, p. 21, p. 62.
regulation of left to Legislature,
vol. 8 p. 87, p. 91.
reports,
vol. 9 pp. 825-6.
vol. 10 p. 180.
Rogers nominated for superintendent,
vol. 6 p. 596.
salary of superintendent considered,
Stuart to Germain on,
vol. 10 pp. 607-8.
to Tryon on,
vol. 7 pp. 213-15.
superintendent of made a member of the council of each province,
vol. 11 p. 230.
White supt. and instructions,
vol. 18 p. 762.

Indian Branch,
vol. 24 p. 230, p. 249, p. 332.

Indian Congress,
vol. 22 p. 838.
appointed at Augusta,
vol. 6 p. 991.
attended by Dobbs,
results,
vol. 7 p. 113.
to be held with those in the South and their favor cultivated,
vol. 6 pp. 974-976.

Indian Corn,
vol. 24 p. 345, p. 392, p. 435.
vol. 25 p. 87.
act against exportation of,
vol. 22 pp. 939-40.
vol. 24 pp. 168-9.
on time of payment in,
vol. 23 p. 55.
vol. 25 p. 160.
to put on rated list,
vol. 23 p. 80.
vol. 25 p. 206.

Indian Creek,
vol. 1 p. 493, p. 521.
vol. 4 p. 617.
vol. 24 p. 301, p. 974.
vol. 25 p. 211.
lands on,
vol. 1 p. 436.
mill to be built on,
vol. 1 p. 531.

Indian Department,
regulation of,
vol. 18 p. 710, p. 713, p. 718.

Indian Hill,
vol. 16 p. 984.

Indian Hunting Grounds,
people on obstinate,
vol. 22 p. 678.

Indian Kitt,
vol. 16 p. 952, p. 977.

Indian Nation,
Blair's account of,
vol. 1 p. 603.

Indian Old Field,
vol. 4 p. 970.

Indian Pass,
vol. 5 p. 6.

Indian Ridge,
act for canal from,
vol. 24 pp. 871-2.
bill for canal from,

Indian River,
vol. 24 p. 447.

Indian S.,
vol. 26 p. 451.

Indian slaves,

Indian Springs,
vol. 10 p. 725.

Indian Superintendent,
question of rank of,
vol. 8 pp. 2-3, p. 21, p. 62.

Indian Town,
vol. 1 p. 859.
vol. 2 p. 400.
vol. 15 p. 14.
vol. 20 p. 676.
act for road to,
vol. 23 p. 592.
vol. 25 pp. 474-5.
bill to vest lands at for chapel,
chapel near,
vol. 1 p. 858.
name changed to Belville,
vol. 9 p. 1011.

Indian Town, S.C.,
vol. 14 p. 617, p. 624.

Indian Town Bridge,
vol. 22 p. 344.
inspection at,
vol. 23 p. 581, p. 641, p. 792.
vol. 25 p. 314, p. 380.

Indian Town Creek,
vol. 2 p. 181, p. 807.

Indian Trade,
vol. 8 p. 1, p. 2.
absorbed by French,
vol. 5 p. 222.
account of,
vol. 1 p. 691.
address to proprietors on,
vol. 1 p. 823.
arrangement for,
vol. 7 pp. 233-234.
character, etc., considered,
vol. 5 pp. 477-479.
closed and opened,
vol. 1 p. 863.
commissioners for,
vol. 3 p. 414.
condition of,
vol. 7 pp. 109-10.
considered in connection with French aggressions,
vol. 5 pp. 466-7.
difficult,
vol. 2 p. 422.
engrossed by governor,
vol. 1 p. 287, pp. 381-2.
French efforts for trade considered,
vol. 5 pp. 658-659.
prepared for,
vol. 6 p. 260.
goods bought for by S. C.,
vol. 2 p. 257, p. 259.
history of act limiting,
vol. 3 p. 176.
irregularities in trade discussed,
vol. 7 pp. 268-9, p. 270.
of N. C. cut off by proposed S. C. boundary,
Poythress sent to Tuscarroras for,
vol. 1 pp. 836-7.
proposed consultation over,
vol. 1 p. 542.
prohibited,
vol. 1 p. 808, p. 811, p. 812.
regulation desirable,
vol. 9 p. 8.
report on trade,
vol. 6 p. 617.
should be promoted,
regulated,
vol. 7 p. 240.
to be encouraged,
vol. 2 p. 490.
to be free,
vol. 1 p. 383.
to be regulated,
vol. 17 p. 65.
by colonies,
vol. 7 pp. 707-8.
with S. C.,
vol. 8 p. 556.
with Va.,
vol. 6 p. 969.

Indian Traders,
exhorted to be just,
vol. 3 p. 112.
control of considered,
vol. 7 p. 438.
get land cession from Cherokees,
vol. 8 pp. 553-554.
killed by Creeks,
limitations on,
vol. 6 p. 5.
none in N. C.,
vol. 8 p. 470.
vol. 11 p. 196.
not to give credit,
vol. 4 p. 224.
path mentioned,
vol. 2 p. 785.
rascality of traders,
vol. 7 p. 216.
to be regulated,
vol. 4 p. 507.

Indian Trading Path,
vol. 5 p. x.

Indian Walls,
vol. 4 p. 71.

Indian wars,
vol. 3 p. xiv.
vol. 4 p. 821.
vol. 5 p. 1148, p. 1149.
vol. 7 p. 42.
vol. 10 p. 1033.
act to encourage militia to take scalps, etc.,
vol. 24 p. 15.
aid to Va.,
vol. 5 p. xxiii.
bill to prosecute by encouraging militia,
causes stamp act,
vol. 7 p. iii.
continued after defeat of Tuscaroras,
vol. 2 p. iv.
Davidson's accounts re-examined,
vol. 12 p. 230, p. 231.
discussed,
vol. 2 pp. 190-191.
during Dobb's administration,
effects in S.C.,
vol. 2 p. vi.
fear of,
vol. 3 pp. 393-5.
causes persons to leave N. C.,
vol. 2 pp. 184-5.
general one expected,
vol. 6 p. 268.
in Clarendon Co.,
vol. 1 p. 137, p. 160.
in 1675,
vol. 1 p. 658.
in S. C.,
vol. 1 p. 664.
vol. 2 pp. v-vi, p. 243.
in Va.,
vol. 1 p. 226, p. 886.
vol. 2 p. 49.
injuries to S. C.,
vol. 2 pp. 251-4.
may be begun by governor,
vol. 3 p. 118.
of 1666,
vol. 1 p. xxx.
provisions against needed,
quarrel over disposition of war grant by Parliament,
vol. 6 pp. x-xii.
resolution of assembly on impressment,
vol. 2 p. xi.
results,
vol. 3 p. 77.
retard growth of N. C.,
vol. 2 pp. xiii-xiv.
settled by Miller,
vol. 1 p. 297.
stops immigration,
vol. 6 p. 614.
threatened,
vol. 2 p. 27.
vol. 6 pp. 263-264.
vol. 20 p. 783.
by Creeks and Cherokees,
vol. 13 pp. 216-17.
in Va.,
vol. 2 p. 13, p. 23.
to be employed against each other,
with Sawras,
vol. 2 p. 247.
See Also - Yemassee War, French and Indian War, Tuscarora War.

Indiana,
vol. 5 p. 1220.
gov't,
vol. 20 pp. 740-6.
Lutherans in,
vol. 8 p. 779, p. 781.

Indiana Company,
claims of discussed,
vol. 14 pp. 217-18.

Indians,
vol. 5 p. 650.
vol. 10 p. 178.
vol. 14 p. 97, p. 647, p. 698.
vol. 15 p. 133, p. 253, p. 393.
vol. 17 p. 103.
vol. 21 p. 187, p. 389, p. 761.
account of,
vol. 2 p. 422.
vol. 22 pp. 734-5.
act for agent to treat with,
vol. 10 pp. 929-30.
for bills of credit for defense against,
for defense against,
vol. 23 pp. 422-4.
for grant for use against,
for lands to those killed by I.,
vol. 24 pp. 629-30.
for militia to go against,
vol. 25 p. 393, pp. 394-5.
for payment of troops against,
vol. 25 p. 62.
for peace with, etc., and for trader's license,
vol. 25 pp. 356-8.
for provisions to,
vol. 25 p. 59.
for quieting in possession,
vol. 24 pp. 171-3, p. 335.
for relief of those wounded by,
vol. 25 pp. 58-9.
for treaty with,
vol. 24 pp. 509-10.
vol. 25 p. 59.
of alliance repealed,
vol. 23 p. 501.
on anniversary of massacre,
vol. 23 pp. 3-6.
on trading with,
vol. 23 p. 2, p. 95.
vol. 24 pp. 188-9.
vol. 25 pp. 121-2.
to control trespass,
vol. 24 pp. 188-9.
to confirm lease by Tuscaroras,
vol. 23 p. 687.
vol. 25 pp. 507-9.
to fix bounds of lands of,
vol. 24 p. 479, p. 480, p. 482.
vol. 25 p. 239.
to maintain peace with,
vol. 23 p. 480.
to protect forntiers,
vol. 24 p. 914, pp. 974-5.
vol. 25 p. 63.
to raise money for expedition against,
vol. 2 p. 883.
to raise troops against,
vol. 24 pp. 783-6.
to restrain,
vol. 23 pp. 87-8, p. 333.
vol. 25 p. 161.
to secure land to,
vol. 23 pp. 87-8, p. 333.
to settle bounds of land,
vol. 23 p. 112, p. 335.
vol. 25 p. 211.
affairs of considered,
vol. 15 p. 153.
agent to hold treaty with,
vol. 17 p. 270, p. 271.
aid in war against,
allies of English against French,
vol. 5 pp. 224-5.
of whites in Tuscarora war,
ravage stock,
vol. 2 p. 16.
allowance for scalps,
vol. 22 p. 822, p. 826, p. 827.
ammunition to,
vol. 1 p. 259.
and allotment of lands,
vol. 16 p. 587.
and Albany Union
vol. 5 p. xx.
and liquor,
vol. 16 p. 925.
and western lands,
vol. 17 p. 26.
annoy frontier,
vol. 16 p. 410.
appropriations for aid against,
vol. 5 pp. 687-688.
ask boundary survey,
vol. 16 p. 775.
ask leave to choose king,
vol. 4 p. 345.
ask to be allowed to hunt,
vol. 2 p. 172.
ask to be allowed to sell land,
vol. 2 pp. 204-205.
vol. 4 p. 446.
assembly protests against Hopewell treaty,
vol. 22 p. 1005.
to Dobbs on war with and answer,
to king on danger from,
at war with Spanish,
vol. 6 p. 618.
attack Transylvania,
vol. 10 pp. 385-387.
attacked by N. C.,
attempt to incite them on King's Mountain campaign,
vol. 15 p. 132.
bad conduct of Catawbas,
vol. 5 p. 784.
Baptist missions to,
vol. 5 p. 1167.
baptized,
vol. 6 p. 995.
vol. 7 p. 126, p. 522.
begin war,
vol. 11 p. 316.
bill for fort against,
for keeping peace and correspondence with,
for relief of persons wounded by,
for protection against,
for troops against,
on,
vol. 5 p. 1048.
on intrusion on lands of,
vol. 4 p. 820, p. 822, p. 827.
on treaty with,
to pay cost of expedition against,
to prevent encroachments on,
bills for services against to be received as taxes,
book on instruction for,
vol. 4 p. 609.
boundaries with,
discussed,
vol. 12 p. 821.
run,
vol. 7 pp. xii-xiv.
survey criticised,
vol. 8 p. 720.
to be settled,
vol. 4 p. 592.
vol. 22 pp. 722-3, p. 724.
to be surveyed and treaty to be made with,
bought to be educated,
vol. 1 p. 817.
break out in Tryon Co.,
vol. 15 p. 220.
break up Baptist church,
vol. 5 p. 1188.
missions,
vol. 5 p. 1199.
British use them against colonists,
vol. 11 pp. xvi-xvii.
burn lands and kill cattle,
vol. 4 p. 237, p. 239.
buying lands from,
vol. 1 p. 58.
Cameron sends talk to,
vol. 22 p. 996.
campaign against,
capture of Ft. Pitt report,
vol. 11 p. 606.
Caswell on affairs of,
vol. 13 pp. 257-258.
to McGillavray on movements of,
vol. 14 p. 336.
cattle left with,
vol. 1 p. 71.
character of bill for aid against,
vol. 6 p. 257, p. 258.
Cherokee prisoners to be given up,
vol. 16 p. 800, p. 856, p. 857.
civilization summarized,
vol. 5 p. 144a.
claim lands of settlers,
claims for allowed,
vol. 6 p. 425, p. 435.
for feeding allowed,
commissaries appointed to manage,
vol. 7 pp. 268-269.
to provide for friendly I. on march,
vol. 5 p. 835, p. 853, p. 854.
commission against,
vol. 2 p. 904.
commissioners to,
vol. 4 p. 224.
vol. 5 p. 462.
from Cont. Cong. and arguments of British to,
vol. 10 p. 348.
to hold treaty with,
vol. 12 p. 662.
to paid,
sent to,
commit murders,
vol. 17 pp. 447-448.
committee on affairs of,
vol. 18 p. 345.
to consider stationing of militia on frontiers,
vol. 12 p. 28.
communication with Br. cut off,
vol. 14 p. vi.
complaints,
vol. 1 p. 432.
vol. 4 p. 45.
against traders,
vol. 5 p. 427.
of allies against English in matter of lands,
vol. 6 pp. 583-4.
condition,
vol. 5 p. 1.
and numbers,
conduct,
vol. 16 p. 856, p. 925.
in French war in South,
vol. 6 pp. 60-62.
confusion among,
vol. 22 p. 675.
converted to Catholicism,
vol. 5 p. 222.
C. of S. on threatened out break,
vol. 11 pp. 313-314.
cruelty,
vol. 1 pp. xxx-xxxi.
damages done by,
vol. 5 p. 694, p. 696.
dangers from,
vol. 4 p. 1314.
vol. 5 p. 588.
vol. 14 p. 595.
vol. 15 p. 32, p. 33, p. 34.
deal in negroes and treaty with,
vol. 16 p. 924.
debauched by French and Spaniards,
vol. 4 p. 472.
debts to,
vol. 17 p. 52.
due from,
vol. 4 p. 224.
declare for Americans,
vol. 11 p. 642.
defeated by S. C.,
vol. 10 p. 750.
defend Ninety-six for Br.,
vol. 14 p. 775.
delegates to Prov. Council on expedition against,
vol. 10 pp. 730-732.
DeGraffenried on manners and customs of,
vol. 1 pp. 978-84.
deliver murderer to whites,
vol. 2 p. 640, p. 664.
depositions on skirmishes with ment'd.,
vol. 12 p. 71.
depredations,
vol. 1 p. 570.
vol. 2 p. 29, p. 45, p. 50, p. 54.
vol. 6 p. xix, pp. 97-98.
vol. 14 p. 133.
about Bath,
vol. 2 p. 313, p. 315.
in Pa.,
vol. 14 p. 498.
near Ft., Pitt,
vol. 11 p. 809.
on Alligator river,
vol. 2 p. 39.
report on,
vol. 2 pp. 246-247.
desert French,
vol. 5 p. 964.
deserter,
vol. 16 p. 592.
desire to convert to christianity,
vol. 1 p. 5, p. 6.
to join English,
vol. 5 p. 987.
detain Indian slave,
vol. 2 p. 534, p. 536.
difficulties adjusted,
vol. 3 p. 369.
dispersed on Flint river,
vol. 3 p. 9.
disposition of lands of,
dispossess settlers,
vol. 6 p. 58.
Dobbs's policy,
vol. 5 p. ix.
Dobbs to attend conference with,
vol. 6 p. 992.
drive back settlers,
vol. 6 p. 718, p. 719.
eat out the province,
vol. 2 p. 4, p. 7.
education of recommended,
vol. 5 p. 497.
effect of their occupation as allies,
vol. 1 p. 896.
efforts for census,
vol. 5 p. vii.
to excite,
to get them to join in war,
of British to incite,
vol. 14 p. 73.
to excite in Anson Co.,
vol. 4 p. 971.
emmissions to pay premiums for killing,
vol. 8 p. 214.
encroachment on,
vol. 4 p. 632.
vol. 9 p. 1175.
vol. 11 pp. 196-197.
vol. 14 p. 236.
vol. 17 p. 12, p. 14, p. 16.
discussed,
vol. 15 p. 705.
vol. 20 p. 551, p. 562, p. 583.
vol. 24 p. 339.
on Creeks,
forbidden,
vol. 13 p. 115.
vol. 19 p. 469.
universal,
vol. 22 p. 652, p. 681.
enemies ment'd.,
vol. 2 p. 305.
offers to take,
vol. 2 p. 298.
preparations against,
rangers for,
vol. 2 p. 275.
enlisted on the Pa., Farmer,
vol. 10 p. 835.
escape punishment,
vol. 1 p. 515, p. 517.
excited by French and Spanish,
vol. 2 p. 231.
expected to help Va.,
vol. 5 p. 370.
expeditions against;
vol. 18 p. 405.
not put to cont. account,
vol. 17 p. 81.
should be paid by U. S.,
vol. 16 p. 438, p. 733.
vol. 24 p. 679.
against Shawnees,
vol. 5 p. 561.
expenses of expedition against,
vol. 8 pp. 517-518.
of fort, etc.,
vol. 5 p. 970.
extent of army of,
vol. 10 p. 725.
false report on,
vol. 3 p. 518.
favor English against French,
vol. 5 pp. 434-435.
fear of,
vol. 2 p. 348.
vol. 5 p. 195, p. 936.
of French influence over,
vol. 5 p. 635, p. 637, p. 638.
of war with,
food provided for,
vol. 6 p. 127, p. 161, p. 163.
forces raised against,
vol. 6 p. 984.
fort for protection of allies,
vol. 5 p. 333.
fortitude,
vol. 7 p. 212.
Fox preaches to,
vol. 1 pp. 217-218.
Franklin state makes treaties with,
vol. 17 p. vi.
French, and N. C., in war against,
vol. 5 pp. xi-xviii.
in N. C.,
vol. 5 p. 25.
friendly to Americans,
vol. 14 p. 18.
to English,
vol. 1 pp. 208-209.
friendship of cultivated by S. C.,
vol. 1 p. 898.
should be held,
to be cultivated,
vol. 3 p. 112.
furnished with arms,
vol. 10 p. 135.
Georgia to be protected against,
vol. 15 p. 348.
Germain to Stuart on use of in British interests,
vol. 10 pp. 993-5.
get arms from C.,
vol. 1 p. 813.
gifts and provisions to be made to,
vol. 5 p. 241, p. 242.
gifts for propagation of gospel among in N. C.,
vol. 5 p. 144b.
given liberty to hunt,
vol. 4 p. 529, p. 533.
Glen's dealings with,
vol. 5 pp. 359-360.
discussed,
vol. 5 pp. 426-427.
good relations to be cultivated,
vol. 4 p. 507.
to be maintained,
vol. 5 pp. 1141-2.
goods received from,
vol. 22 p. 815.
sent to,
vol. 6 p. 976, p. 991.
vol. 17 p. 505.
stopped,
grants not to be recognized,
vol. 1 p. ix.
of Parliament in war against,
vol. 6 p. ix.
of lands,
vol. 5 p. 1046, p. 1082.
vol. 6 p. 1161.
gunpowder sold to,
vol. 1 p. 545.
Harling supt. of,
vol. 13 p. 566, p. 568, p. 669.
Henderson on lands of,
Henderson & Co., buy lands from,
vol. 24 pp. 530-1, p. 640.
hostile one to be watched,
vol. 5 p. 37.
hostilities by,
vol. 22 p. 675.
Martin on and answer,
threatened,
vol. 5 p. 178, p. 179.
Hutchings to Martin on movements,
vol. 22 pp. 715-16.
imported,
in Albermarle Co.,
vol. 1 p. 260.
in locality of New Bern,
vol. 1 p. 910.
incapable as witnesses,
vol. 24 p. 51.
vol. 25 p. 283, p. 445.
incited against Indians,
vol. 5 p. 171.
against N. C.,
vol. 5 p. 387.
by British,
vol. 13 p. 156.
incursions of,
vol. 17 p. 803, p. 962, p. 965.
from S. C. feared,
vol. 11 pp. 21-2.
in Albermarle,
vol. 1 p. 229.
guarded against,
vol. 11 p. xix.
near Potomac river,
vol. 5 p. 357.
influence of French on,
vol. 6 pp. 266-267.
of struggles with,
vol. 9 p. vii, p. viii.
insolence of,
vol. 2 p. 568.
vol. 7 p. 207.
instructions on ment'd,
vol. 6 p. 989.
against granting lands of to settlers,
vol. 11 p. 145.
on encroachments on,
vol. 7 pp. 141-2.
to Eastchurch on,
vol. 1 p. 230.
inter-marriage with forbidden,
vol. 23 p. 160.
intruders on lands of,
not to be protected,
vol. 21 p. 105, p. 107, p. 109.
to be removed,
vol. 21 p. 114.
warned off lands of,
vol. 9 p. 982.
invade Ga.,
vol. 11 pp. 706-7, p. 709.
irregular land cessions by Cherokees,
vol. 8 pp. 553-554.
journal of congress held with at Augusta,
vol. 11 pp. 156-207.
justice to,
vol. 1 p. 706.
kill people on Clinch river,
vol. 11 p. 609.
pioneers,
vol. 5 p. 140, p. 144d.
Sapponys,
vol. 2 p. 674.
settlers,
vol. 4 p. 19.
killed by Sevier,
vol. 22 pp. 695-6, p. 718.
killing of should be a penal offence,
vol. 5 p. 497.
to be punished with death,
vol. 3 p. 106.
kindness of,
vol. 1 p. 207.
land bought of,
vol. 1 p. 53, p. 208.
vol. 10 p. 246.
vol. 18 pp. 767-768.
cessions from should cease,
vol. 9 p. 8.
claims,
vol. 5 pp. 464-465.
not taxed,
vol. 25 p. 164.
not to be bought from,
vol. 25 p. 135.
not to be entered and boundaries,
vol. 24 p. 160, p. 479.
not to be granted to settlers,
vol. 12 p. 239.
purchases from not recognized,
vol. 1 p. 204, p. 355.
regulated,
vol. 10 p. 1012.
sold,
vol. 4 p. 802.
surveyed,
vol. 4 p. 670.
to be bought from,
vol. 10 p. 324.
vol. 16 pp. 892-893.
only by State,
vol. 22 p. 670.
to be reserved for,
vol. 16 p. 959.
wanted,
vol. 16 p. 524.
law suit by,
vol. 1 pp. 626-7.
law to favor allies needed,
vol. 5 p. 660.
lean to Christianity,
vol. 1 p. 859.
leave Burgoyne,
vol. 22 p. 972.
letter on before assembly,
liberty to hunt given to,
vol. 4 p. 492.
list of tribes and members,
vol. 5 p. xli.
make incursions into S. C.,
manners,
vol. 1 pp. 922-923.
Martin reports on,
to Johnston on affairs among,
vol. 22 pp. 716-18.
Martin's intensions on considered,
vol. 10 p. 182.
Massachusetts open to,
vol. 1 p. 469.
Maxwell to Martin on affairs of,
vol. 22 pp. 718-19.
may be killed on frontiers by rangers,
vol. 23 p. 601.
measure for defence against,
vol. 22 pp. 722-5.
methods of execution,
methods of torture,
vol. 1 pp. 826-7, p. 828.
militia, in case of war with,
vol. 23 p. 30.
refuse to march against,
Mills among,
vol. 10 p. 610.
encourages co-operation with,
vol. 10 p. 730.
money provided for presents for,
vol. 11 pp. 172-173.
Moravian efforts for,
vol. 5 p. 1144, p. 1145.
Moravian society for propagating gospel among,
vol. 5 p. 1156.
murderers of to be tried,
vol. 1 p. 382.
murders by,
vol. 17 p. 602, p. 624.
nature, boundaries and rights of,
vol. 16 p. 458.
no incursions by,
vol. 5 p. 792.
no land to be bought from,
vol. 9 p. 633.
no talks sent to,
vol. 11 p. 608.
not accepted as substitutes,
not controllable in French war,
vol. 5 p. 765.
not to be furnished arms,
vol. 2 p. 198.
not to trade with strangers,
vol. 1 p. 231.
not to vote,
vol. 2 p. 214.
note on act concerning,
vol. 3 p. 188.
number,
vol. 5 p. 124.
vol. 6 p. 265.
and complaints and presents to,
vol. 5 p. 155.
in Currituck,
vol. 1 p. 734.
in 1733,
vol. 3 p. 433.
west of S. C.,
vol. 6 p. 260.
on coast,
vol. 1 p. 674.
Orr's report on Cusoes,
vol. 4 p. 622.
outbreak feared,
vol. 11 p. 372.
outrages,
vol. 11 p. 446, p. 458, p. 459.
vol. 22 pp. 790-1, p. 792.
in Rowan Co.,
vol. 5 p. 1010.
in Tenn.,
vol. 22 pp. 912-13.
on,
overseer to live with,
vol. 2 p. 168.
pay asked for feeding,
vol. 5 p. 853.
to considered,
vol. 6 p. 913, p. 914.
to for good behavior,
vol. 6 p. 90, p. 101.
for expeditions against considered,
vol. 17 p. 97, p. 100.
for services against,
peace with,
vol. 2 p. 141, p. 168, p. 176.
vol. 6 p. 1219, p. 1320.
to be made,
vol. 2 p. 141.
with Chickasaws and Creeks discussed,
vol. 16 pp. 441-442.
needed,
vol. 17 p. 17.
pension for service against,
vol. 6 p. 833, p. 835.
petition considered,
vol. 4 p. 891.
vol. 5 p. 31, p. 35.
against the trading of guns to,
vol. 2 pp. 201-2.
played off against each other,
vol. 11 p. 22.
position in French war discussed,
vol. 5 p. 647.
powder and lead to,
vol. 6 p. 740.
presents to,
vol. 5 p. 557.
vol. 10 p. 214, p. 893.
vol. 21 p. 399, p. 709, p. 711.
and pay to,
vol. 22 pp. 406-7.
president to inflict punishment on,
vol. 2 p. 35.
prisoners delivered to N. C.,
vol. 1 p. 891, p. 892, p. 895.
given up,
vol. 18 p. 796.
proclamation against hostility to,
propagation of christianity among,
vol. 1 p. 43.
proposal to educate,
vol. 1 pp. 816-817.
proposed settlement of on Meherrin river,
vol. 2 p. 152.
proprietors right to make war on,
vol. 1 p. 342.
provided for by assembly,
vol. 5 p. 1043.
provisions against in Rowan,
vol. 10 p. 10.
provisions for,
vol. 6 p. 852, p. 963.
vol. 22 p. 815, p. 819, p. 930.
discontinued,
vol. 6 p. 192.
for war against,
punishment of white for killing,
vol. 3 p. 131.
vol. 5 p. 1122.
purchase of lands from considered,
vol. 17 p. 94.
forbidden,
Quakers accused of correspondence with,
vol. 1 p. 371.
quiet,
vol. 9 p. 1061.
rangers pursue,
vol. 22 p. 837, p. 839.
to watch,
regulation of affairs,
remains of fort,
vol. 5 p. 9.
removal of whites for threatened,
vol. 1 p. 659.
reports on,
vol. 3 p. 153.
vol. 5 p. 481.
vol. 6 pp. 616-617.
vol. 13 p. 252.
on affairs of,
vol. 17 p. 92.
and discussions,
by Stuart on,
vol. 7 pp. 109-112.
on battle with,
vol. 6 pp. 229-230.
on conference with Catawbas,
on encroachments,
vol. 22 p. 965.
on keeping guard against,
vol. 12 p. 243.
on numbers,
vol. 3 p. 89.
to Gov. Gooch on proposed guard against on frontiers,
on purchase of lands from,
on relations to,
vol. 5 pp. 585-586.
on wars with,
vol. 6 pp. 259-261.
to be made on,
vol. 3 p. 114.
restriction on purchase of lands from,
vol. 23 p. 984.
results of fear of,
vol. 2 p. 310.
reward to for scalps,
vol. 5 p. 893.
rivalies of,
vol. 1 p. 137.
roll of Orange militia marching against,
Rowan on preparations against,
vol. 5 pp. 108-109.
school for,
vol. 6 p. 996.
proposed for,
vol. 6 p. 710.
sell Cape Fear river and land,
vol. 1 p. 71.
sell land,
vol. 1 p. 18, p. 19.
vol. 2 p. 483.
to New Englanders,
vol. 1 p. 37.
Transylvania,
vol. 13 p. 50.
servants from,
vol. 1 pp. 622-623.
set against N. C. by Glen,
vol. 5 pp. 440-441.
settlements among,
for christian I. proposed,
vol. 5 p. 11.
should be made slaves,
vol. 6 p. 61.
slaves,
vol. 3 p. 218.
vol. 11 p. 10, p. 23, p. 24.
charges against S. C. in matter of,
vol. 2 p. 252.
Cherokees as slaves,
vol. 13 p. 204.
detained by Indians,
vol. 2 p. 534, p. 536, p. 674.
law suit over,
small number in Va.,
vol. 1 p. 692.
redeemed,
vol. 2 pp. 1-2.
run away,
vol. 2 p. 570.
St. Augustine Expedition intended to catch,
vol. 2 p. 904.
shipped to West Indies,
vol. 2 p. iv.
sold,
vol. 1 p. 826.
vol. 2 p. 847.
by Sawras,
vol. 2 p. 252.
taken by Barnwell,
vol. 1 p. 956.
by Indians,
vol. 2 p. 30.
taking of encouraged by gov. of S. C.,
vol. 2 p. 904.
to be slain,
vol. 2 p. 315.
small tribes unite with Tuscaroras,
vol. 3 pp. 537-538.
smallpox among,
vol. 6 p. 219, p. 224, p. 235.
S. C. builds forts among,
vol. 8 p. 569.
southern, treaty with ment'd,
vol. 10 p. 925.
Spain makes treaty with,
vol. 17 pp. 83-85.
not responsible for cruelties of,
vol. 21 p. 464, p. 465, p. 468.
Spotswood to Pollock on policy,
vol. 2 pp. 47-8.
State reception by,
vol. 1 pp. 124-126.
Stedman quoted on use of against Americans,
vol. 10 pp. 714-715.
stirred up by French,
strangers in N. C.,
vol. 2 p. 186, p. 288.
strangers not to trade with,
vol. 1 p. 187.
strength of those between C. and Mississippi river,
vol. 2 p. 422.
to be reported,
vol. 5 p. 1141.
Stuart on affairs of and fears of uprising among,
vol. 10 pp. 117-119.
reports to Tryon on,
vol. 7 pp. 164-165.
to Dartmouth on affairs of,
vol. 10 pp. 392-393.
Sullivan successful against,
vol. 14 p. 348.
supplied with corn,
vol. 5 p. 655.
surprises to be guarded against,
vol. 16 p. 714.
suspicions of,
vol. 5 p. 585.
take messages,
vol. 1 p. 895.
taken prisoners,
vol. 1 p. 850.
talk from,
from Cherokees,
vol. 22 pp. 492-4.
talks to,
from C. C. commissioners,
vol. 10 pp. 329-331.
tampered with by Stuart,
taxables,
vol. 23 p. 345.
vol. 25 p. 162.
terms of treaty to be demanded,
vol. 16 pp. 710-11.
testimony on Va. boundary,
threaten frontiers at time of King's Mtn. campaign,
vol. 15 p. 135.
Ga.,
vol. 13 pp. 498-499.
Transylvania,
vol. 10 p. 256.
to attack from north,
vol. 2 pp. 570-571.
to leave province,
vol. 4 p. 472, p. 496.
Tryon Co.,
vol. 10 p. 247.
upper S. C.,
vol. 14 p. 823.
war and commit murders,
vol. 22 pp. 754-5.
threats from,
vol. 11 p. 708.
vol. 14 p. 162.
to bring them down on Md.,
vol. 1 p. 666.
on whites,
vol. 1 pp. 774-775.
titles from, authority of discussed,
vol. 10 pp. 375-376.
not recognized,
vol. 9 p. 1170.
to attack English,
vol. 5 p. 639.
to be cared for,
vol. 1 p. 556.
to be converted,
vol. 3 p. 112.
to be employed by patriots,
vol. 10 p. 138b.
to be enlisted for King,
vol. 10 p. 138a, p. 138b.
to be included in S. C.,
vol. 5 p. 374, p. 381, p. 384.
to be protected,
vol. 1 p. 845.
trade,
vol. 1 p. 775.
vol. 2 p. 383.
to be regulated,
vol. 5 pp. 1141-42.
to be secured to English,
vol. 5 p. 239.
to be settled by gov. of Va.,
vol. 2 pp. 242-3.
to be sustained by public,
to be used against colonies,
vol. 10 p. 22.
Tories threaten to join,
vol. 10 p. 732.
towns reserved for,
vol. 17 p. 157.
treatment considered,
vol. 5 pp. 477-479.
of land titles secured from,
of whites,
vol. 1 p. 136.
treaty with,
vol. 3 pp. 128-133.
vol. 6 pp. 220-221.
vol. 17 p. 335, p. 389.
and Franklin State,
vol. 22 p. 659.
commissioners for elected,
vol. 21 p. 117, p. 127.
com. and reports on,
report on supplies for, etc.,
vol. 20 pp. 402-406.
to be made,
vol. 12 p. 609.
with Cherokees signed at Hard Labor, S. C.,
vol. 7 pp. 851-855.
with Choctaws,
vol. 18 pp. 799-802.
considered,
discussed,
vol. 18 p. 232.
with Franklin,
vol. 18 pp. 696-700.
with needed,
vol. 17 pp. 159-161.
tried and fined,
vol. 2 p. 565, p. 572.
for burglary,
vol. 2 p. 476, p. 477.
for murder,
vol. 5 p. 977, p. 981.
troops raised against,
vol. 11 p. 470.
sent against,
vol. 16 p. xi.
troubles with,
vol. 1 p. 604.
vol. 18 pp. viii-ix.
defeat Crawford,
vol. 16 p. 627.
embargo on corn exportation,
vol. 2 p. 130.
garrison for,
vol. 2 p. 147.
Hatteras Indians escape from,
vol. 2 p. 129.
in Bath Co.,
vol. 2 pp. 124-5.
in S. C.,
vol. 3 p. 128, p. 131.
patrol kept up,
vol. 2 p. 180.
with Core Indians,
vol. 2 p. 200.
troubled by Northern Indians,
vol. 17 pp. 428-429.
Tryon to Stuart on,
vol. 7 pp. 196-7.
on Cherokee line,
vol. 7 p. 204.
under protection and not to be transported,
vol. 1 p. 378.
unfriendly,
vol. 1 p. 828.
use S. C. as medium of communication,
vol. 11 p. 132, p. 152.
used by British,
vol. 13 p. 432.
violence against,
vol. 7 p. 439.
Va. votes money for trade,
vol. 7 p. 216.
visit C. C.,
vol. 22 p. 970.
Great Britian,
vol. 3 p. 129.
explorer,
Moravians,
vol. 5 p. 1144.
Tuscaroras from the north,
vol. 2 p. 496.
visited,
vol. 4 pp. 1313-14.
whites encroach on lands of,
vol. 2 p. 297, p. 308.
will take slaves,
vol. 1 p. 893.

Indictments,
bill on payment of costs,
necessary for trials,
vol. 23 p. 977.
provision for,
vol. 25 p. 21.
trouble from,
vol. 4 p. 745.

Indictors and Indicted,
Eng. act on in force in N. C.,
vol. 23 p. 319.

Indies, The,
vol. 2 p. 763.
vol. 17 p. 71.
Spanish, trade with,
vol. 1 p. 541.
trading Co. to organized,
vol. 1 pp. 439-40.

Indigo,
vol. 4 p. 1166.
account of ment'd.,
vol. 4 p. 1030.
act for inspection,
arrears to be paid in,
vol. 25 p. 308.
bill for inspection,
to continue inspection act,
to encourage making,
vol. 4 p. 365, p. 392, p. 394.
to regulate inspection,
to repeal law for use of in payment of quit rents,
bounty for,
vol. 23 p. 646, p. 797, p. 798.
asked,
vol. 4 p. 366, p. 392, p. 394.
crop fails,
vol. 9 p. 687.
English act to encourage,
vol. 4 p. 871, p. 882.
in Newbern,
vol. 11 p. 700.
instructions to put into execution act on,
vol. 5 p. 1107.
plantations for,
vol. 9 p. 644.
raised.
vol. 5 p. xli.
by Caswell,
vol. 11 p. 573.
in Va.,
vol. 5 p. 738.
on Cape Fear,
vol. 9 p. 270, p. 364.
received for taxes,
vol. 23 p. 782.
vol. 25 p. 384.
not for quit rents,
vol. 23 p. 351.
report on,
vol. 6 p. 1029.
to be made on,
vol. 4 p. 871.
shipped to Philadelphia,
vol. 11 p. 613.
small crop,
vol. 4 p. 1082.
to be inspected,
vol. 5 p. 331.
trade in discussed,
vol. 6 p. 1032.
used as money,
vol. 5 p. 451, p. 455, p. 458.

Indigofield,
vol. 22 p. 773.

Induction,
Tryon to Bp. of London on,
vol. 8 p. 45.
vested in the Crown,
vol. 7 p. 162, p. 163.

Indulgences,
act for to Quakers,
vol. 24 pp. 593-4.

Industry,
boat,
vol. 19 p. 879.

Industry,
indications of,
vol. 1 p. 603.

Industry,
schooner,
vol. 18 p. 566.

Industry,
ship,
vol. 2 p. 198.

Industry, The,
arrives from Martinique,
vol. 22 p. 601.

Ines, Mr.,
owns the General Nash,
vol. 14 p. 645.

Infants,
Eng. act on in force in N. C.,
vol. 23 p. 326.

Inferior Courts,
act for,
vol. 10 p. 404.
disallowed,
to alter time of,
vol. 23 pp. 780-1, p. 830.
to establish
vol. 24 pp. 39-42.
vol. 25 pp. 405-15.
on power of over bridges, etc.,
vol. 23 p. 814.
to extend time of sheriffs for settling accounts,
vol. 23 pp. 767-8, p. 863.
assembly on act for,
vol. 6 pp. 987-8.
Berry's opinion on bill for,
vol. 6 pp. 253-4.
bill to alter time of,
to amend act on,
and continue act for,
to amend act on powers to lay out roads and ferries,
to continue act to establish,
vol. 7 p. 92.
to direct mode of appointing clerks,
vol. 9 p. 760, p. 775.
to establish,
vol. 10 pp. 377-378.
rejected,
vol. 9 p. 662.
to give jurisdiction over cases,
to regulate offices of clerks,
board of trade on,
vol. 6 pp. 587-591.
Childs' opinion on bills for,
vol. 6 p. 256.
fees of clerks,
vol. 23 pp. 952-5.
give authority in tobacco inspection,
vol. 23 p. 950.
interpretation of instructions to gov. on questioned,
jurisdiction should be enlarged,
vol. 9 p. 704.
Martin on laws for and answer,
ordinance to establish,
organization,
Pownall on act for,
vol. 6 p. 1049.
proposed action on repeal of,
regulations to clerk on issue of marriage license,
vol. 7 pp. 674-5.
report on,
select sheriffs,
vol. 23 p. 713.
sheriffs given more time to settle with,
vol. 23 p. 841.
to nominate jurors,
vol. 23 p. 912.

Infidels,
forbidden to hold office,
vol. 10 p. 1011.
number,
vol. 4 p. 604.

Informers,
Eng. act on in force in N. C.,
vol. 23 p. 318.

Ingall, Rabon,
in militia,
vol. 17 p. 1042.

Ingalls, Capt.,
commands the Delight,
vol. 15 p. 423.

Ingelretsen, Erick,
settles in N. C.,
vol. 5 p. 1147.

Ingle, ——,
pastor of Mt. Zion,
vol. 8 p. 748.

Ingle family,
vol. 8 p. 734.

Ingles, Adjutant,
vol. 11 p. 433.

Ingles, Capt.,
commands the Delight,
vol. 15 p. 157.

Ingles, John,
vol. 16 p. 625.
army rank,
vol. 13 p. 480.
vol. 16 p. 1086.
vol. 17 p. 215.
Cont. Capt.,
vol. 22 p. 1049.
lieut. and adj.,
vol. 10 p. 559.
officer,
vol. 18 p. 486.
prisoner,
vol. 16 p. 671.
rank,
receives pay for soldiers,
report on company of,
vol. 13 pp. 509-11, p. 530.
supplies to but declined for prisoners,
vol. 16 p. 241.
thanked for testimony on frauds,
vol. 18 p. 126, p. 375.

Ingles, Thos.,
exchanged,
vol. 22 p. 958.

Ingles, Thos.,
treats with Indians,
vol. 18 pp. 696-700.
vol. 22 pp. 655-9.

Inglesby, Col.,
to be gov. of N. C.,
vol. 1 p. 528.

Inglish.
See English.

Inglish, Jno.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1087.

Inglish, Jos.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1087.

Inglish, Wm.,
regulator,
vol. 7 p. 733.

Ingold, Rev. D.,
organizes German Reformed church,
vol. 8 p. 756.
pastor of German Reformed churches,
vol. 8 p. 747.
of Mt. Zion church,
vol. 8 p. 748.

Ingold family,
vol. 8 p. 734, p. 735, p. 757.

Ingraham, Dr.,
quoted,
vol. 15 p. 544.

Ingraham, Edward,
to Caswell on affairs of the General Washington,
vol. 11 p. 640.

Ingraham, Jno.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1086.

Ingraham, John,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1087.

Ingraham, John,
instructions to on prisoners,

Ingram.
See Engram, Ingrum.

Ingram, ——,
vol. 2 p. 273.

Ingram, ——,
vol. 22 p. 633.

Ingram, Mr.,
vol. 10 p. 498.

Ingram, Capt.,
vol. 11 p. 545.

Ingram, Capt.,
recommended for command of the General Washington,
vol. 11 p. 540, p. 546.
vol. 22 p. 926.

Ingram, Capt.,
sends return,
vol. 11 p. 547.

Ingram, Colonel,
buys at Martin sale,
vol. 22 p. 885, p. 886, p. 887.

Ingram, Dr.,
vol. 14 p. 462, p. 465.
vol. 16 p. 514.
advances to asked,
vol. 15 p. 314.

Ingram, Lt. Col.,
resigns,
vol. 12 p. 486, p. 490.

Ingram, Maj.,
joined by O'Neal,
vol. 22 p. 575.

Ingram, Andrew,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 445.

Ingram, David,
visits Nash,
vol. 14 p. 861.

Ingram, Edward,
petition in behalf of,
thanked by assembly,
vol. 18 p. 204.

Ingram, Edwin,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 71.

Ingram, James,
lieut. col.,
vol. 10 p. 941.
in Prov. Cong.,
on com. Prov. Cong.,
vol. 10 p. 917, p. 918.
tax collector,
vol. 19 p. 706.

Ingram, James,
property to be seized,
vol. 10 p. 961.

Ingram, John,
a J. P.,
vol. 22 p. 1008.

Ingram, John,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 223.
in conv. 1788,
vol. 22 p. 12, p. 13.
in Conv. 1789,
vol. 22 p. 36, p. 39, p. 47, p. 48.
navigation coms'r,
vol. 25 p. 98.
nom. for tobacco buyer,
vol. 18 p. 189, p. 420.
petition,
to Gates on control of stores,
vol. 14 pp. 662-3.
on the loading of public wagons,
vol. 14 p. 700.

Ingram, John,
in N. C. brigade,
vol. 13 p. 427.

Ingram, John,
petitions for new charter,
vol. 9 pp. 79-80.
surrenders charter of Campbelton,
vol. 9 pp. 270-271.

Ingram, Joseph,
in militia,
vol. 9 p. 1075.

Ingram, Joseph,
petition,

Ingrocers,
act against,
vol. 1 p. 185.
vol. 25 p. 120.

Ingrum, John,
school trustee,
vol. 24 p. 511.
town director,
vol. 24 p. 515.

Inhabitants,
bill for census,
character,
vol. 7 p. 101, p. 501.
on frontiers,
vol. 7 p. 111.
feeling of towards government,
vol. 4 pp. 267-8.
limits of,
vol. 2 p. 779, p. 787, p. 788.
number,
vol. 2 p. 396.
in 1733,
vol. 3 p. 433.
in 1679,
vol. 1 p. 260.
of Albermarle, partial list,
vol. 1 pp. 305-6.
protest against Burrington's appointment,
vol. 3 pp. 121-2.
to have privileges of English citizens,
vol. 1 p. 25, pp. 106-7.

Inhabitants of N. C.,
Urmston on,
vol. 2 p. 187.

Inheritances,
acts on in force N. C.,
vol. 25 p. 153.

Inkhorn,
suit for,
vol. 1 p. 626.

Inkinson, Robert,
petition,
vol. 1 pp. 305-6.

Inkrsone, Robert,
executor,
vol. 1 p. 549.

Inland Bills of Exchange and Promisary notes,
vol. 23 pp. 586-8.
English acts on in force in N. C.,
vol. 23 p. 325.

Inlets,
account of,
vol. 6 p. 608.
character of,
vol. 6 pp. 1027-8.
and depth,
vol. 5 pp. 315-16.
discourage trade,
vol. 3 p. 366.
to be bouyed,
vol. 3 p. 552, p. 571.
trouble from shallowness of,
vol. 3 p. 196.
uncertainty of water,
vol. 1 p. 99, p. 100.

Inlow, Capt.,
vol. 12 p. 489.
to be sued,
vol. 10 p. 670.

Inman, Abednego,
officer,
vol. 22 p. 702.
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 503.

Inman, Robert,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 588.

Inman, Shadrack,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 503.

Inman, Wm.,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 222.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1087.

Inn, Jacob,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 224.

Inn-Keeper,
vol. 2 p. 75, p. 760.

Inner Temple,
vol. 8 p. 36, p. 226.

Innes.
See Innis.

Innes, Capt.,
vol. 4 p. 71.

Innes, Capt. (1775),
vol. 11 p. 259.

Innes, Capt.,
brings in teas,
vol. 9 p. 1089.

Innes,, Col.,
marches to Musgrove's mill,
vol. 22 p. 190.

Innes, Col.,
wounded,
vol. 15 p. 275.

Innes, Lt. Col.,
vol. 15 p. 244.

Innes, Lt. Col.,
location,
vol. 15 p. 251.

Innes, James,
vol. 6 p. 282, p. 283.
vol. 9 p. xliv.
a J. P.,
agent of Granville,
vol. 5 p. 778.
allowance as paymaster,
vol. 6 p. 285.
appointed Colonel and bond,
vol. 22 pp. 362-3.
as councillor,
vol. 11 p. 115, p. 117.
asks surgeon's mate for troops,
vol. 5 p. 174.
assistant baron of the exchequer,
vol. 4 p. 43.
assistant justice,
vol. 4 p. 637.
attorney for Earl Granville,
vol. 6 pp. 542-3.
colonel in troops for French war,
vol. 5 p. xi.
commission as commander in chief,
vol. 5 pp. 124-5.
commission as paymaster,
vol. 6 p. 269, p. 272.
commissioner of Ft. Johnston,
vol. 4 p. 1255.
dead,
vol. 11 p. 139.
deputy of Earl Granville,
vol. 6 p. 293.
Dinwiddie to on difficulties and disasters of,
vol. 5 pp. 131-3.
on French war,
on his troops and command in French war,
vol. 5 p. 112.
escheator general,
vol. 5 p. 32.
estimate of,
vol. 5 p. 111.
fort coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 229.
goes out of province,
vol. 4 p. 330.
gov. of Ft. Cumberland,
vol. 5 p. 408.
grant to executrix,
vol. 9 p. 650.
has flour,
vol. 5 p. 411.
in command at Will's Creek,
vol. 5 p. xv, p. 407.
in council,
Innes Academy founded by,
instructions to from Dinwiddie,
vol. 5 pp. 126-128.
land grant asked for,
vol. 4 p. 280, p. 454.
grants to,
vol. 4 p. 59, p. 948.
vol. 5 p. 1091.
left by Dunbar in Ft. Cumberland,
vol. 5 pp. 418-19.
letter of ment'd,
vol. 5 p. 176, p. 1202.
needed at Ft. Cumberland,
vol. 5 p. 562.
on com. of council,
on money for troops,
vol. 5 p. 136.
on Ohio expedition,
vol. 22 p. 389.
orders to,
vol. 5 p. 136.
pay to,
vol. 5 p. 299, p. 577.
disallowed,
vol. 5 p. 518, p. 556.
pork of bad,
vol. 5 p. 136.
proves rights,
vol. 4 p. 1239.
put in command of independent companies,
vol. 5 p. 128.
receives provincial funds,
vol. 5 p. 685, p. 732, p. 734.
recommended for council,
recommends assembly to pay recruiting expenses,
vol. 5 p. 255.
reports defeat,
vol. 5 p. 409, p. 410.
on public claims,
vol. 5 pp. 975-986.
on reg't,
vol. 5 p. 163.
vol. 22 p. 312.
resurvey asked,
vol. 4 p. 217.
scheme sent to,
vol. 5 p. 135.
sent to report on Spanish ship,
settles accounts for ships,
vol. 4 p. 1309.
sketch of,
vol. 5 pp. xi-xix.
surety,
vol. 4 p. 1126.
takes oath,
vol. 5 p. 175.
to King on salary for council,
vol. 5 pp. 760-761.
to qualify members of assembly,
vol. 4 p. 1318.
troops disbanded by,
vol. 5 p. 144c.
Washington on,
vol. 5 p. 128.
witness,
vol. 5 p. 1092.
writes Dunbar,
vol. 5 p. 430.

Innes, Jean,
vol. 5 p. 112.
marries Corbin,
vol. 5 p. xix.

Innes Academy,
act to incorporate,
vol. 25 pp. 18-20.
founded,
vol. 5 p. xviii.

Innes's Corps,
location,
vol. 14 p. 749.
to be left at Camden,
vol. 15 p. 278.

Innet, John,
land asked,
vol. 4 p. 329.

Innis, Capt.,
vol. 15 p. 440.

Innis, James,
arrears of salary due to,
vol. 9 p. 654.

Innis, Jas.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 306.

Innis Street,
Salisbury,
vol. 23 p. 811, p. 812.

Inquiry,
com. and reports on,

Inquisition, The,
vol. 4 p. 1110.
vol. 8 p. 520, p. 636.

Insane,
act to keep in poor houses,
vol. 24 p. 739.

Insolvent debtors,
act for relief of,
vol. 23 pp. 900-4.

Insolvent taxables,
act on sheriff's duty with,
vol. 23 p. 970.
act to publish lists of,
vol. 24 pp. 808-9.
bill to direct sheriffs with respect to,
to publish allowances to,
regulation of,
vol. 23 p. 530.

Inson, Joseph,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 293.

Inspection,
act for,
vol. 23 p. 432.
abused,
vol. 5 p. 870.
on hemp and flax,
on products,
on provisions,
vol. 23 p. 485.
on tobacco,
on salary of inspectors,
vol. 23 p. 594.
vol. 25 p. 479.
bill on,
vol. 21 p. 124.
law on,
vol. 17 pp. 552-3.
needed,
vol. 4 p. 917.
vol. 6 p. 1219.
vol. 19 p. 726.
for flour and tobacco,
vol. 6 p. 449, p. 473, p. 477.
should be re-enacted,
vol. 6 p. 1091, p. 1154a.
more salary wanted at Tarboro,
vol. 5 p. 961.
not strict,
vol. 8 p. 189.
of exports needed,
vol. 5 p. 548.
of naval stores, bill for,
vol. 21 p. 228, p. 621.
of products proposed,
vol. 17 p. 38.
of tobacco bill for inspeciton,
and indigo,
vol. 5 pp. 331-2.
petition for in Hillsborough,
vol. 8 p. 80a.
reason and law for,
vol. 7 pp. 489-90.

Inspector General,
appointed for militia,
bill on,
vol. 21 p. 72.
to appoint,

Inspectors,
vol. 6 p. 1237.
act for and limitations,
vol. 24 pp. 582-6.
vol. 25 pp. 266-7.
on fees,
vol. 24 p. 209.
to appoint,
vol. 23 p. 399.
in New Hanover Co.,
vol. 23 pp. 352-8.
bill for tobacco,
vol. 4 p. 390, p. 393, p. 394.
for tobacco and warehouses,
vol. 5 p. xlii.
list,
vol. 6 p. 109.
of commodities, rated, to be appointed,
vol. 4 p. 558.
of exports, act for,
vol. 23 pp. 380-1, p. 399.
vol. 25 pp. 268-70.
of Great Island, bill for,
of naval stores,
vol. 23 p. 748.
of staple commodities,

Inspector's notes,
act on,
discussed,
vol. 8 p. 276.
arrears to be paid in,
vol. 25 p. 308.
for indigo,
vol. 23 p. 646, p. 797.
for tobacco,
legal tener,
relieve financial pressure,
vol. 8 p. vi.
system discussed,
used as currency,
wanted as legal tender,
vol. 8 p. 83.

Instruction,
of representatives, right of,
vol. 22 p. 18.
of Senators,
of Va. boundary commissioners,
vol. 1 pp. 745-6.
right of maintained,
vol. 23 p. 978.
to Burrington as governor,
to Dobbs,
vol. 5 p. 1103, p. 1144.
to Eden.
See Hyde.
to governor of Carolina,
vol. 1 pp. 555-7.
to governors,
on assembly,
vol. 6 pp. 655-656.
on council read,
vol. 6 pp. 82-83.
on courts, interpretation discussed,
vol. 6 pp. 334-339.
on gifts,
vol. 5 p. 240.
quoted,
vol. 6 p. 251, p. 252, p. 254.
remarks on,
vol. 3 pp. 495-6.
report of board of trade on,
vol. 6 pp. 558-561.
to suspend execution in case of appeal,
vol. 2 p. 637.
to Johnston (),
vol. 3 pp. 90-118.
to Martin,
vol. 8 pp. 512-16.
on riot act,
vol. 11 pp. 240-1.
to Tryon, (),
vol. 7 pp. 137-142.
compared with those to Martin,
See Also - names of governors, proprietors and governors of N. C.

Instruments of writing,
bill to prevent fraud in entering,

Insult to North Carolina,
by citizens of Va.,
vol. 16 pp. 556-7.

Insurance,
asked for salt,
vol. 10 p. 985.

Insurgents,
report of committee to inquire into conduct of,
vol. 10 pp. 594-603.

Insurrection,
act for payment of troops,
vol. 23 pp. 781-3.
to prevent in slaves,
vol. 23 pp. 202-203.
bill to explain act on,
to prevent,
vol. 4 p. 564, p. 566, p. 569.
vol. 20 p. 530.
in Tryon Co.,
vol. 13 pp. 734b-734c.
of negroes, report on intended,
vol. 10 pp. 94-95.
ordinance against,
vol. 23 p. 942, pp. 998-9.

Intails,
act on docking of,
bill to dock,
regulated by gen. assembly,
vol. 10 p. 1012.
to be regulated,
vol. 22 p. 670.
See Also - Entails.

Intelligence,
com. on in Prov. Cong. and reports of,

Interest,
act on,
vol. 23 p. 169, p. 336.
vol. 24 p. 718.
bill on,

Interest Certificates,
issued by State,
vol. 15 p. 583.

Intermarriages,
act against,
vol. 23 p. 65, p. 160.
for tax on,
vol. 23 pp. 106-7, p. 334.
between whites and negroes, petition on,
vol. 5 p. 295.

Internal improvements,
act on,
See Also - navigation and names of various coast towns and rivers.

Internal Policy of State,
considered,

Internal Revenue,
act on,
vol. 22 p. 799.

Internal Revenue Law,
like the stamp act,
vol. 7 p. iv.

Intestate estates,
act on,
vol. 24 p. 332.
vol. 25 p. 161.
on distribution,
vol. 25 p. 407.
on management of,
vol. 24 pp. 577-8.
vol. 25 pp. 26-7.
repealed,
vol. 7 p. 203, p. 272.
bill on,
on distribution of,
on division of,
on frauds in,
vol. 20 p. 505.
to regulate distribution of,
to regulate management,
law on to be repealed,
vol. 6 p. 1063.
notes on acts,
vol. 3 p. 187, p. 193.
Pownall on act for,
vol. 6 p. 1049.

Intestates,
act for Co. Cts. to divide real estate of,
vol. 24 pp. 903-4.
vol. 25 pp. 27-8.
Eng. acts on in force in N. C.,
vol. 23 p. 323, p. 324.

Instrusions,
act to prevent,
vol. 25 p. 137.
on Cherokees,
vol. 14 p. 221.
on Indian lands,
vol. 20 pp. 779-781.
bill on,
vol. 4 p. 820, p. 822, p. 827.

Invasion,
from St. Augustine,
vol. 4 p. xi.
of N. C. necessary,
vol. 15 p. 260.

Inventory of goods shipped to London,
vol. 1 pp. 322-3.

Inverlockie,
vol. 2 p. 278.

Invermay, The,
captured by the Nancy,
vol. 11 p. 779.

Inverness,
vol. 5 p. 1195.
vol. 6 p. 277.

Inverness County,
Scotland,
vol. 9 p. 303.
proposed immigration from,

Inyerd (Enyart), John,
agrees to restitution of fees in Rowan,

Ipack, Christian,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 765.

Ipack, Jacob,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 601.
rights proved,
vol. 4 p. 598.

Ipock, Christian,
enters caveat,
vol. 6 p. 1018.

Ipock, Christian,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 320.

Ipock, Jacob,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 950.

Ipock, Sam'l,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 71.

Ipswich,
vol. 8 p. 9.

Irby, Lieut.,
wounded,
vol. 15 p. 751.

Irby, Edmund,
petition on scarcity of money,
vol. 7 pp. 866-7.

Irby, Henry,
claims as door-keeper,
vol. 5 p. 212.

Irby, Thomas,
petition on scarcity of money,
vol. 7 pp. 866-7.

Irby, Wm.,
petition on tax on free negroes,
vol. 6 pp. 982-3.

Iredell, James,
vol. 8 p. 58, p. 60, p. 173.
vol. 9 p. 281.
vol. 10 p. 448, p. 820.
vol. 14 p. 843, p. 844.
vol. 15 p. 602.
vol. 16 p. 974, p. 986, p. 992.
vol. 18 p. 50.
vol. 20 p. 295, p. 298, p. 299.
vol. 21 p. 545.
vol. 22 p. 514, p. 624.
act for him to revise and compile laws,
vol. 24 pp. 888-9, p. 957.
activity in Gen. Assem.,
vol. 16 p. 963.
allowance to,
vol. 8 p. 911.
elected atty. gen.,
vol. 14 p. 317.
Burke to on insult of privateer,
vol. 14 pp. 540-541.
case of,
vol. 21 p. 1080.
Caswell accepts resignation as judge and answer,
vol. 13 p. 164, p. 170, p. 341.
charge to grand jury,
vol. 13 pp. 431-8.
code coms'r,
vol. 23 p. i, p. 987.
commissioned,
vol. 9 p. 830.
committee on memorial of on H. E. McCulloh,
favours constitution,
vol. 19 p. 998.
holds court,
vol. 13 pp. 419-20.
Hewes to on his sickness and Br. army,
vol. 10 pp. 457-8.
Hooper to on independence,
vol. 9 p. xxxvii.
on the tendency to independence,
vol. 9 pp. 985-986.
Howard to on attachments,
vol. 9 p. 594.
on courts,
vol. 9 pp. 640-1, p. 645.
in Conv. 1788,
in council of state,
vol. 20 p. 491, p. 500.
inquiries on disallowed acts and payment for revisal,
vol. 20 p. 573, p. 579.
vol. 21 p. 139.
Johnston to on constitution,
vol. 10 pp. 498-499.
on the government organized,
vol. 10 p. 591.
on Halifax Cong. and Independence,
vol. 10 p. 1032.
on public affairs,
vol. 22 pp. 518-19.
on work of Prov. Cong.,
Jones to on Cherokee war,
vol. 10 pp. 1032-5.
on public affairs,
judge of superior ct.,
vol. 11 p. 825.
vol. 22 p. 924.
letter of considered and pay to,
vol. 21 p. 48.
on pub. laws,
vol. 20 p. 506, p. 510.
on revisal,
vol. 21 p. 798, p. 965.
Life of quoted,
vol. 18 p. v, p. vi.
McCulloh seeks aid from,
vol. 5 p. xxxv.
Martin to on respite of Foscue,
vol. 9 pp. 1008-9.
money advanced to,
vol. 21 p. 139.
movements of,
vol. 15 p. 408, p. 409.
nom. for atty. gen.,
vol. 13 p. 232, p. 413.
for C. of S.,
vol. 21 p. 26, p. 37, p. 251, p. 611.
for U. S. Conv.,
vol. 20 p. 538.
vol. 21 p. 94, p. 95.
opinion on pardons,
vol. 22 p. 582.
payment to,
vol. 12 p. 611.
petition on Hewes,
prepares a court system,
vol. 24 p. iii.
revisal of laws,
vol. 23 p. i.
quoted,
vol. 7 p. xxvi.
on regulation legislation,
vol. 8 p. iv.
resigns as judge,
salary allowed to,
vol. 17 p. 714.
school trustee,
vol. 24 p. 454.
takes part in rebellion,
vol. 11 p. 766.
to Bennehan on Miss Elbank,
vol. 16 pp. 659-660.
to Burke on courts,
vol. 22 p. 552.
on letter,
vol. 16 p. 971.
to Caswell on accepting attorney generalship,
vol. 14 p. 163.
on his reasons for resigning judgeship,
vol. 13 p. 341.
on land dispute,
vol. 13 pp. 98-9.
to Harvey on bills against regulators,
vol. 8 pp. 270-1.
to Hewes on Br. ministry,
vol. 10 pp. 1035-7.
on movements of British and independence,
vol. 10 pp. 1038-1040.
on work of Cont. Cong., etc.,
vol. 10 pp. 1026-1027.
to Williams on courts and atty. gen.,
vol. 19 pp. 890-892.
on legal matters,
vol. 15 pp. 670-672.
trustee Univ.,
vol. 25 p. 22.
Williams to on work of assembly,
vol. 16 p. 613.

Iredell, Mrs. James,
vol. 10 p. 458.

Iredell County,
vol. 19 p. 980.
vol. 22 p. 113, p. 114, p. 115.
vol. 25 p. 43.
act for tax for pub. buildings,
vol. 25 p. 12.
for town in,
vol. 25 pp. 33-4.
to create and on jurors,
vol. 24 pp. 980-2.
vol. 25 pp. 33-4.
to fix time of Co. Ct.,
vol. 24 p. 82.
Baptists in,
vol. 5 p. 1187.
bill on time of holding courts in,
to add parts of Burke and Wilkes to,
vol. 21 p. 789, p. 952.
to add parts to Rowan,
census of 1790,
vol. 26 pp. 648-663.
Lutherans in,
members in assembly,
members in Conv. 1788 and '89,
vol. 22 p. 37, p. 47, p. 48.
owes State,
vol. 21 p. 1068, p. 1075.
petition from,
vol. 21 p. 320, p. 683.
Presbyterians in,
vol. 5 p. 1194, p. 1224.

Iredell Court House,
vol. 25 p. 64.

Ireland, Andrew,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 523.

Ireland, Jonathan,
indicted for theft,
vol. 2 p. 591, p. 592.

Ireland,
vol. 1 p. 986.
vol. 13 p. 236.
vol. 14 p. 666.
vol. 17 p. 4, p. 20, p. 156, p. 166.
vol. 20 p. 405, p. 738.
act to restrain trade of colonies to,
active against U. S.,
vol. 14 p. 749.
cost of a J. P.'s. commission,
vol. 6 p. 229.
direct exportation to suggested,
vol. 6 p. 1022.
immigration from prevented,
vol. 5 p. xl.
emigration discouraged,
vol. 1 p. 243.
vol. 5 p. xl.
vol. 8 p. 622.
by way of Pa.,
vol. 5 p. xlvi, p. 472.
exports provisions to French,
vol. 5 p. 645.
exports to via Pa. and N. Y.,
vol. 5 p. 317, p. 318.
flax exported to,
vol. 5 p. xlii.
vol. 6 p. 1029, p. 1031.
immigration from,
vol. 1 p. 226.
vol. 2 p. 377.
N. E. trades with,
vol. 9 p. 1186.
no rice consumed in,
vol. 5 p. 323.
Pollocks remove to,
vol. 2 p. 276.
Presbyterian emigrants from,
proposed law on criminals,
vol. 5 p. 475.
servants and horses from,
vol. 3 p. xvi.
tobacco sent to,
vol. 1 p. 245.
trade with,
vol. 6 p. 611, p. 612.
with colonies,
vol. 2 p. 627, p. 629.
discussed,
limited to,
vol. 10 p. 67.
not allowed,
vol. 10 p. 369.
regulations,
vol. 1 pp. 497-504.
regulation against suspended,
vol. 10 p. 151.
stopped,
vol. 10 p. 20.
troops of in battle of Camden,
vol. 15 p. 270.
in Br. army,
vol. 15 p. 267.
to invade N. C.,
vol. 15 p. 261, p. 282.
volunteers from,
vol. 15 p. 280.

Irick, Abraham,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 71.

Iris,
ship, at Portsmouth,
vol. 15 p. 157.
desertions from,
vol. 13 p. 236.

Irish, Capt.,
vol. 14 p. 691, p. 697.

Irish, Nath'l,
Pendleton & Greene, etc., to on armies,
vol. 16 p. 626, p. 632, p. 635.

Irish, the,
vol. 16 p. 200.
begin manufacture of linen,
vol. 5 p. 317.
character,
vol. 15 p. 679.
enlisted on the Pa. Farmer,
vol. 10 p. 835.
in Duplin,
vol. 5 p. 1211.
in N. C.,
vol. 4 p. 1312.
vol. 5 pp. xxxix-xl.
in Va., Md., and N. C.,
vol. 15 p. 753.
loved by Dobbs,
vol. 5 pp. viii-ix.
transported to N. C.,
vol. 4 p. 686.

Irish dissenters,
in Rowan Co.,
vol. 8 p. 502, p. 503.

Irish Protestants,
vol. 5 p. 318.
immigration of,
increase,
vol. 5 p. 24, p. 25.
methods of immigration,
vol. 6 p. 1031.

Irish regulators,
brought to N. C.,
vol. 10 p. xii.

Irish settlement,
vol. 8 p. 766, p. 776.

Irly, John,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 71.

Irms, John,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 814.

Iron,
bill to encourage importation of,
to encourage manufacture of,
vol. 18 pp. 302-303.
bounty offered for mills for,
vol. 10 p. v.
brought into N. C.,
vol. 14 p. 739.
from Va.,
vol. 15 p. 345.
difficulty of hiring workmen,
vol. 9 p. 812, p. 813.
factories for,
found,
vol. 3 p. 337.
vol. 6 p. 613.
on Deep River,
vol. 11 p. 576.
in Newbern,
vol. 16 p. 521, p. 527.
in N. C.,
vol. 3 p. 49.
manufacture of encouraged,
vol. 8 p. 10.
manufactured,
vol. 19 p. 358.
Milles fails to secure workers,
vol. 10 pp. 806-807.
needed,
vol. 19 p. 872, p. 873.
price regulated,
vol. 10 p. 424.
report on,
vol. 6 p. 1029.
on manufacture of,
vol. 8 p. 496.
Ross on supply of,
vol. 14 p. 377.
vol. 18 p. 787.
Wilcox asks pay for,
vol. 15 pp. 214-215.
workers in to be employed,
vol. 10 pp. 693-694.
scarce,
vol. 10 p. 811.
works for should be encouraged,
vol. 10 p. 869.

Iron Hill Cross Roads Church,
vol. 5 p. 1179.

Iron Mountain,
vol. 10 p. 769.
vol. 11 p. 566.
vol. 13 p. 115.
vol. 24 p. 160, p. 482, p. 539.
vol. 25 p. 4.

Iron Ore Hill,
reservation of rescinded,
vol. 12 p. 629, p. 698.

Iron Works,
vol. 10 p. 967.
vol. 11 p. 336.
vol. 18 p. 447.
vol. 19 p. 984, p. 985.
act to encourage building of,
vol. 24 pp. 978-9.
allowance to Mills for,
vol. 12 p. 327.
Americans retreat to,
vol. 17 p. 1005, p. 1010.
bill for,
vol. 8 p. 166.
to encourage,
claims for,
vol. 17 pp. 971-2, p. 974.
commissioners of buy land from Thompson,
to Council of Safety on hiring furnaces,
vol. 10 p. 608.
to sell,
committee on reports,
vol. 12 pp. 63-64, p. 66, p. 87.
to consider best method of carrying on,
to examine and report on,
to settle accounts of Rowan,
vol. 12 p. 727, p. 755.
with Wilcox,
confiscated slaves to be employed at,
vol. 10 p. 568.
conveyed to State,
vol. 12 p. 7.
discussion on in assembly,
vol. 12 pp. 137-138.
encouraged,
failure,
vol. 8 p. 154.
Hill's,
vol. 14 p. 764.
kettles to be seized,
vol. 15 p. 59.
land claims near made void,
vol. 12 p. 612, p. 630, p. 729.
land grants for,
vol. 18 p. 787.
lands near bought,
vol. 12 p. 329.
reserved for use,
vol. 12 p. 438.
letter on laid before assembly,
vol. 12 p. 7, p. 12.
materials for asked and considered by assembly,
vol. 12 pp. 7-8, p. 9.
Milles to Council of Safety on,
vol. 10 p. 647, p. 650.
negroes employed on to be hired out,
vol. 12 p. 150, p. 314.
of loyalist sent to,
vol. 10 p. 927.
none in N. C.,
vol. 4 p. 1027.
on Deep River,
vol. 10 p. 812.
vol. 22 p. 557.
petition on,
vol. 17 p. 819, p. 903, p. 906.
vol. 18 pp. 441-2.
Porter petitions on,
vol. 22 pp. 895-6.
remonstrance of Wilcox on,
report on,
vol. 10 p. 686, p. 687.
vol. 11 pp. 487-488.
vol. 22 p. 916.
on purchase of by gov't. and putting them in operation,
resolves on,
vol. 12 p. 161, p. 199.
on sale,
vol. 12 pp. 246-7.
reward for by Transylvania,
vol. 9 p. 1129.
Rowan on difficulties of,
vol. 11 p. 544.
salt for,
vol. 10 p. 703.
saw mill bought for use of,
vol. 12 pp. 166-167.
Spencer to Caswell on,
vol. 11 pp. 575-578.
to be built,
vol. 19 p. 221, p. 223.
to be paid for,
vol. 11 pp. 413-14.
to be hired by colony,
vol. 10 p. 540.
to be sold at auction,
vol. 13 p. 502.
to make cannon,
vol. 10 p. 949.
Wilcox petitions to be put in possession of,
workmen exempted from draft,

Irons, John,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 1038.
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 892.
vestryman,
vol. 23 p. 249.

Iroquois, The,
vol. 5 p. 465.
compared with opponents of regulators,
vol. 10 p. 1025.

Iroquois River,
vol. 5 p. 464.
and U. S. boundary,
vol. 16 p. 749.
vol. 17 p. 5.

Irvin.
See Erven, Ervin, Erving, Erwin, Irvine, Irwin, etc.

Irvin, Capt.,
vol. 21 p. 459, p. 464.

Irvin, Henry,
naval officer in Va.,
vol. 2 p. 397.

Irvin, James,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 71.

Irvin, Jos.,
prisoner,
vol. 15 p. 169.

Irvin, Robert,
petition C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 806-9.

Irvin, Nicholas,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 506.

Irvin, Thomas,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 1047.

Irvin, W.,
claim,
vol. 20 p. 597.

Irvin, Wm.,
witness,
vol. 3 p. 634.

Irvine, Alex.,
keeps field book of surveyors of boundary,
vol. 2 pp. 799-815.
surveyor on boundary survey,
vol. 3 p. 21.

Irvine, Henry,
dead,
vol. 11 p. 800.

Irvine, Wm.,
in Cont. Cong. (Pa),
vol. 20 p. 603.

Irving, Mr.,
receiver gen. quit rents,
vol. 9 p. 1258.
vol. 2 p. 248.

Irwin, Mr.,
to keep minutes,
vol. 2 p. 779.

Irwin, Col.,
on Tory conspiracies,
vol. 11 pp. xviii-xix.

Irwin, Col.,
position of reg't. in army,
vol. 12 p. 509.
sells woolen goods to public,
vol. 10 p. 879.

Irwin, Gen.,
attacks British and prisoner,
vol. 11 p. 695.

Irwin, Alex,
dist. auditor,
vol. 24 p. 387, p. 422.
nom. for C. C.,
school trustee,
vol. 24 p. 535.
town coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 698.

Irwin, Arthur,
petition against marriage act,
vol. 9 pp. 623-624.

Irwin, Christopher,
vol. 24 p. 450.

Irwin, Francis,
land grant asked,
vol. 4 p. 454.

Irwin (Erwin), Henry,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 993.
ammunition to,
vol. 10 p. 543.
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 222.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1087.
com. to examine accounts of,
vol. 12 p. 275.
to re-examine accounts of
vol. 10 p. 965, p. 974.
delivers ammunition to Bignall,
vol. 12 p. 236, p. 415, p. 421.
family,
vol. 22 p. 1008.
holds public stores,
vol. 10 p. 635.
in Prov. Cong.,
killed,
vol. 11 p. xv.
lt. col.,
vol. 10 p. 204, p. 517, p. 520.
on com. of Prov. Congress,
vol. 10 p. 168, p. 174.
pork delivered to,
vol. 10 p. 931.
reported missing,
vol. 13 p. 262.
taken prisoner at Germantown,
to answer charges before Prov. Cong.
vol. 10 pp. 926-927.
to Caswell on conspiracy, etc.,
vol. 11 p. 521.
discharge of Worsley,
vol. 11 p. 474.
on returns and recruiting,
vol. 11 p. 578.
to give receipt for powder,
vol. 10 p. 524.

Irwin, Henry,
land lapses,
vol. 2 p. 767.

Irwin, Henry,
not seated in assembly,
vol. 6 p. xxvii.

Irwin, Jas.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1086.

Irwin, James,
in assembly,
vol. 19 p. 177.

Irwin, Jered,
to be arrested,
vol. 16 p. 716.

Irwin, John,
army record,
vol. 13 p. 475.
lieut.,
vol. 13 p. 476.

Irwin, Jos.,
claims,
vol. 21 p. 141.
to seize goods and to bring suit,
vol. 10 p. 317.

Irwin, Nichs.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1086.

Irwin (Erwin), Robert,
vol. 19 p. 973.
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 944.
and Mecklenburg Declaration,
commands N. C. troops,
vol. 19 p. 980, p. 988, p. 996.
coms'r on pub. buildings,
vol. 24 p. 701.
in assembly,
in conv. 1788,
in Prov. Cong.,
nom. as delegate to C. C.,
vol. 16 p. 90.
vol. 17 p. 139, p. 954.
vol. 19 p. 57.
for surveyor,
vol. 19 p. 690, p. 698.
on com. of assem.,
on com. Prov. Cong.,
payment to,
recommends that Tories be set free,
vol. 15 p. 448.
recruiting officer,
vol. 22 p. 928.

Irwin, Robeson (Alexander?),
nom. for C. C.,
vol. 17 p. 858.

Irwin, Thos.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 71.

Irwin, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 396.

Irwin River,
vol. 2 p. 794.

Irwine, ——,
appointed receiver for S. C.,
vol. 9 p. 1001, p. 1002.

Irwin's Ferry,
Greene crosses at,
vol. 16 p. v.

Isaacs, Mr.,
on com. of assembly,
vol. 16 p. 24, p. 29, p. 71, p. 154.

Isaacs, Elijah,
vol. 22 p. 145.
in assem.,
movements,
nom. as colonel and general,
vol. 16 p. 148, p. 168.
on com. of assem.,
on Surry S. C.,
vol. 10 p. 251.
prisoner in St. Augustine,
vol. 15 p. 392.
resigns as J. P.,
vol. 17 p. 283, p. 286.
vol. 20 p. 14.

Isaacs (Isaacks), Elisha,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 994.
building coms'r.,
vol. 24 p. 143.
in assembly,
vol. 19 p. 377, p. 379, p. 383.
major of militia,
nom. brig. gen.,
vol. 19 p. 119.

Isabell (Isbell), Teachdriah,
coms'r to locate C. H.,
vol. 12 p. 597, p. 705.

Isaiah,
vol. 8 p. 655.

Isbell, Livingston,
resigns as J. P.,
vol. 19 p. 289.

Isbell, Zacha.,
a J. P.,
vol. 11 p. 653.
officer,
vol. 22 p. 702.
Watauga to be annexed,
vol. 10 pp. 708-10.

Isbell, Zacharias,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 995.

Isdall, Geo.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1087.

Isham, James,
act to change name from Mason,
vol. 24 pp. 857-8.
name changed,
vol. 18 p. 157, p. 377.

Isham, John,
asks for new county,
vol. 9 pp. 89-90.

Island Creek,
vol. 2 p. 71.
vol. 4 p. 329.
vol. 22 p. 384, p. 386.

Island Creek, (S. C.?),
vol. 14 p. 515.

Island Creek Bridge,
vol. 14 p. 644.

Island Creek Church,
vol. 5 p. 1184.

Island Creek District,
Granville county,
vol. 22 p. 174, p. 175.
tax payers in,
vol. 25 pp. 1282-1283.

Island Ford,
vol. 22 p. 102.

Island Ford Road,
vol. 10 p. 713.

Island of New Orieans,
vol. 13 p. 229.
vol. 22 p. 765.

Island Town,
vol. 10 p. 847.

Islands, Richard,
in assembly,
levy free,
vol. 3 p. 303.

Islands, Wm.,
levy free,
vol. 3 p. 303.

Islands,
character,
vol. 6 p. 606.
included in Carolina,
vol. 1 p. 6.
many belonging to N. C.,
vol. 3 p. 77.

Islar.
See Isler, Ister.

Islar (Isler), John,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 316.

Islar, Wm.,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 884.

Islay Island,
Scotland,
vol. 9 p. 251.
immigrants from,
vol. 8 p. 526.

Isle of Bourbon,
vol. 17 p. 161.

Isle of France,
vol. 17 p. 161.
ports open,
vol. 17 p. 87, p. 88.
vol. 19 p. 725.

Isle of Man,
vol. 9 p. 1094.
salt from,
vol. 5 p. 322.

Isle of May,
salt,
vol. 6 p. 1030.

Isle of Wight (Isley White),
vol. 15 p. 527.

Isle of Wight Co., Va.,
vol. 1 p. 661, p. 676.
vol. 2 p. 746, p. 809.
vol. 14 p. 728.
vol. 15 p. 514.
vol. 22 p. 1029.
action on surveys,
vol. 1 p. 641.
Baptists in,
vol. 5 p. 1176.
goods shipped from,
vol. 1 pp. 322-323.
militia mustered,
vol. 1 p. 809, p. 816.
tithables in 1756,
vol. 5 p. 565.

Isler,
See Islar, Ister.

Isler, Chris.,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 190.

Isler, Frederic,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 274, p. 895, p. 948.

Isler, James,
allowance to,
vol. 22 p. 837.

Isler, James,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 223.

Isler, John,
coms'r on building,
vol. 24 p. 226.
on school,
vol. 24 p. 754.
on town,
vol. 24 p. 610.
in assembly,
vol. 19 p. 383, p. 387.
vol. 20 p. 102.
on com. of assem.,
vol. 17 p. 402, p. 403.

Isler, John,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 316, p. 317.
date of commission,
vol. 22 p. 317.

Isler, Joe,
castrated,
vol. 22 p. 837.

Isler, Nicholas,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 222.

Isler, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 317, p. 318.

Isler, Wm.,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 896.

Isles, Absolum,
petitions on need of money,
vol. 7 pp. 866-867.

Isley family,
vol. 8 p. 734.

Ismas, John, witness,
vol. 3 p. 61.

Ismay, ——,
surety,
vol. 2 p. 832.

Ismay, John,
a J. P.,
vol. 2 p. 678.
vol. 3 p. 244.
address to king,
vol. 3 pp. 134-135.
juror,
surety,
vol. 2 p. 654.

Ison, George,
fined,
vol. 9 p. 651.

Ispack.
See Ipack, Ipock.

Ispack, Jacob,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 799.

Israel,
people of,
vol. 7 p. 285.
vol. 8 p. 655.
vol. 19 p. 910.

Israelites,
vol. 13 p. 478.

Ister,
See Islar, Isler.

Ister, Frederick,
petitions for change of name,
vol. 12 p. 337.

Ister (Isler), John,
bill to alter name to,
vol. 13 p. 357.

Italian,
spoken by Urmston,
vol. 2 p. 432.

Italian mulberries,
vol. 4 p. 267.

Italy,
and silk culture,
vol. 5 p. 574.
products of in N. C.,
vol. 4 p. 250.
rice sent to Portugal from,
vol. 2 p. 423, p. 424.

Ives, Lt.,
vol. 15 p. 468.

Ives, Jas.,
army rank,
vol. 13 p. 516.
vol. 16 p. 1087.

Ives, James,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 527.

Ives, Job,
exempted,
vol. 9 p. 458.

Ives, Job,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 343.

Ives, John,
exempted,
vol. 4 p. 1025.

Ives, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 392.

Ives, John,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 496.

Ives, John P.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 71.
revolutionary services,
vol. 22 p. 133.

Ives, Thos.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 71.

Ives, Timothy,
vol. 2 p. 753.
released from taxes,
vol. 2 p. 621.

Ives, Timothy,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 519.

Ives, Timothy, Jr.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 391.

Ives, Wm.,
vol. 24 p. 931.

Ivey, Mr.,
in assembly,
vol. 20 p. 300.

Ivey, Mrs.,
vol. 16 p. 950.

Ivey, Lieut.,
vol. 16 p. 948, p. 952.
vol. 22 p. 622, p. 623.
on board of re-arrangement,
vol. 16 p. 575, p. 644.

Ivey, Benj.,
to appear before Prov. Cong.,
vol. 10 p. 918.

Ivey, Chas.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 378.

Ivey, Curtis,
vol. 15 p. 786.
adjutant,
vol. 16 p. 651.
allowance to,
vol. 17 p. 423.
bill on lands,
vol. 20 pp. 41-42.
clerk of assembly,
vol. 18 p. 6, p. 10, p. 231, p. 238.
cont. lieut.,
vol. 22 p. 1049.
in conv. 1788,
leave to return for muster rolls,
vol. 21 p. 307.
money from,
vol. 21 p. 1064.
officer,
vol. 18 p. 486.
owes state,
vol. 21 p. 1067.
promoted,
vol. 17 p. 142.
rank,
vol. 16 p. 73, p. 609, p. 1087.
receives pay for soldiers,
secretary N. C. Cincinnati,
vol. 17 p. 133.
sent for muster rolls,
vol. 21 p. 650, p. 651.
town coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 776.

Ivey, David,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 223.
in army,
vol. 15 p. 723.
vol. 16 p. 1087.

Ivey, Elisha,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 223.

Ivey, Henry,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 378.

Ivey, Henry,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 451.

Ivey, Henry,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 710.

Ivey, Jacob,
army pay,
vol. 22 p. 223.

Ivey, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 346.

Ivey, John,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 518.

Ivey, Lemuel,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 353.

Ivey, Reuben,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 223.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1087.

Ivey, Thos.,
building coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 643.

Ivey, Thomas,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 711.

Ivey Company,
vol. 25 p. 51.

Ivy, Anthony,
shoots,
vol. 5 p. 824.

Izard, Mr.,
accuses Franklin of mismanagement,
vol. 14 p. 566.

Izard (Izzard), Ralph,
church commissioner,
vol. 2 p. 874.
complains,
vol. 1 p. 381.
instructs agents,
vol. 2 pp. 448-9.
in S. C. assem.,
vol. 1 p. 898.

Izard, Walter,
in assembly,
vol. 2 p. 258.