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N G.,
threatened with blockade,
vol. 14 p. 497.

N. River,
vol. 26 p. 356.

Nabson, Francis,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 242.

Naches District,
vol. 18 p. 493.

Naderill's Point,
vol. 15 p. 628.
See Also - Haddrell's Point.

Nahordakha, fort,
captured,
vol. 2 p. 36.
See Also - Nohoroco.

Nahasuke, fort,
taken,
vol. 2 p. 38.

Nahunty (Nawhunty) church,
vol. 5 p. 1181.

Nail, John,
petitions on county bounds,
vol. 9 pp. 633-635.

Nail, Richard,
exempted,
vol. 9 p. 146.

Nail, Thomas,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.

Nailor, Joshua,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 78.

Nails,
bounty for,
vol. 10 p. v.
lack of,
vol. 1 p. 630.
manufacture encouraged,
vol. 10 p. 216.
scarcity of,
vol. 24 p. 19.

Naince, John,
land lapses,
vol. 2 p. 426.

Nairn, Lieut.,
and parole,
vol. 14 p. 611.

Nairn, John,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 47.

Nairn, John,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 242.

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

Nairn, John,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 246.

Nairne, (Nairn) John,
juror,
vol. 2 p. 473.
land asked,
vol. 2 p. 282.
grant to,
vol. 4 p. 69.
deposition examined,
vol. 3 p. 248.
on blank patents,
vol. 3 p. 221.
messenger of Assembly,
vol. 3 p. 288, p. 290.
surety,
vol. 2 p. 475.
tried for misdemeanor,

Nairne, John,
to Gates on parole,
vol. 14 p. 719.

Nairne, Thomas,
estimates cost and prepares Indian expedition,
vol. 1 p. 822, p. 823.
in S. C. Assembly,
vol. 1 p. 897.
messenger to council,
vol. 1 p. 823, p. 825.
on committee,
vol. 1 p. 823.

Nairy, Mr.,
judge in Tenn.,
vol. 22 p. 800.
See Also - Macnary, John.

Naked Creek,
vol. 25 p. 50, p. 51.

Nall, Mrs.,
vol. 16 p. 211.

Nall, John,
a J P.,
vol. 23 p. 993.

Nall, Wm.,
act for him to collect arrears of taxes,
vol. 24 pp. 945-6.
bill to collect taxes,
in Conv. 1789,
vol. 22 p. 39, p. 46, p. 49.
memorial,
owes State,
vol. 21 p. 1079.

Nally, James,
deserts Br. and returns to N. C.,
vol. 22 pp. 959-60.

Names,
act to alter,
vol. 25 p. 13, pp. 30-1, p. 101.
bill to alter,
lists of,
of inhabitants on Neuse River,
vol. 1 p. 820.
of rebels,
persistence of in N. C.,
vol. 26 p. iii.

Nan, ——,
a negro,
vol. 10 p. 575.

Nanachucket,
quarrel over lands at,
vol. 22 p. 995.

Nance, Mr.,
on com. of Assem.,
vol. 18 p. 15.

Nance, Geo.,
moderator,
vol. 5 p. 1182.

Nance, James, Sr.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 78.

Nance, Rich'd,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 161.

Nance, Rich'd,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 174.

Nancy,
brig,
vol. 11 p. 687.

Nancy,
schooner,
vol. 13 p. 373.

Nancy,
fitted out in Newbern,
vol. 11 p. xx.
takes prizes,
vol. 11 pp. 778-779.

Nandermuden, Thomas,.
commends Adams,
vol. 1 pp. 728-729.
See Also - Vandermulen.

Nangle, Michael,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 416.

Nanhare, Capt.,
court martialed,
vol. 12 p. 486.

Nann, Drury,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.

Nann, Nathaniel,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 236.

Nannes (Nantes?),
admiralty of,
vol. 17 p. 620.

Nanpelt, John,
felon,
vol. 8 p. 143.

Nansemond (Nanzemond, Nansmond, Nancymond) Co., Va.,
vol. 1 p. 385.
vol. 2 p. 128, p. 731, p. 746.
vol. 3 p. 48.
vol. 6 p. 573.
vol. 9 p. 1235, p. 1236.
and boundary surveys,
vol. 1 p. 641, p. 645, p. 647.
boundary of Coxe patent,
vol. 1 p. 528.
Br. in,
vol. 14 p. 723.
Clarendon Co. settlers remove to,
vol. 1 p. x, p. 160.
order to surveyor concerning Indians,
vol. 1 p. 615.
Quakerism in,
vol. 2 p. 153.
S. C. of mentioned,
vol. 9 p. 1164.
sheriff seizes tobacco,
vol. 2 p. 762.
sends procla. to N. C.,
vol. 1 p. 518.
to be careful on boundary,
vol. 1 p. 460.
tithables in 1756,
vol. 5 p. 656.
Tories join Br. in,
vol. 15 p. 560.
witnesses on boundary examined in,
vol. 1 pp. 676-677.

Nansemond Indian Town,
vol. 1 p. 740, p. 743.

Nansemond Indians,
encroachments on,
vol. 2 pp. 499-500.
King of sends son to be educated,
vol. 1 p. 817.
survey puts them in N. C.,
vol. 3 p. 89.

Nansemond River,
vol. 1 p. 700.
vol. 10 p. 1027.
vol. 15 p. 301.
a converging point for N. C.,
vol. 3 p. xviii.
almost taken into N. C.,
vol. 2 p. 749.
boundary of Norfolk Co., Va.,
vol. 1 p. 14.
Br. on,
vol. 15 p. 112.
free landing on wanted,
vol. 2 pp. 762-763.
grant to inhabitants of,
vol. 1 p. 17.
lack of free port on,
vol. 2 p. xv.

Nantes (Nantz), France,
vol. 11 p. 398.
vol. 13 p. 203, p. 477.
vol. 14 p. 35.
vol. 6 p. 764, p. 937, p. 938.
vol. 17 p. 501, p. 541.
vol. 18 p. 509.
vol. 22 p. 893.
Edict of,
vol. 6 p. 18, p. 221.
revoked,
vol. 8 p. 728.
tobacco to be shipped to,
vol. 11 p. 436.
trade with,
vol. 11 p. 526, p. 735.

Nantucas,
send war message to Cherokees,

Nantucket,
exports to stopped,
vol. 10 p. 68.

Napier, Lieut.,
wounded,
vol. 10 p. 395.

Naples, Thos., Jr.,
bill to vest land in,
vol. 21 p. 116, p. 122 (?).

Narramore, Ed.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 374.

Narrick, Andrew Z.,
petitions for division of Orange Co.,
vol. 9 pp. 809-810.

Narrow Guage R. R.,
vol. 8 p. 754.

Narrows, The,
vol. 23 p. 102.
inspection at,
vol. 23 p. 641, p. 792.
vol. 24 p. 581.
vol. 25 p. 313, p. 379.
vessels sunk in channel of,
vol. 14 p. 213.

Narrows, the, Currituck,
vol. 2 p. 679.

Narrows, the, N. Y.,
vol. 10 p. 733.

Narrows, of Pasq. River,
inspection at,
vol. 23 p. 641, p. 792.

Narrows of Perquimans River,
vol. 1 p. 523.

Narva,
vol. 8 p. 84.

Nary, Nicholas,
assaults Ash,
vol. 2 p. 906.

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

Nash, ——,
appears as counsel before council,
vol. 7 p. 274.

Nash, Mr.,
vol. 8 p. 209.

Nash, Mr.,
vol. 13 p. 448.

Nash, Mr.,
lays letter of Martin before S. Com.,
vol. 10 pp. 431-432.

Nash, Mr.,
secures attachment against Dobbs,
vol. 9 p. 996.

Nash, Misses,
vol. 16 p. 598.

Nash, Adjutant,
vol. 7 p. 707.

Nash, Capt.,
a prisoner,
vol. 14 p. 817.

Nash, Col.,
vol. 9 p. 307, p. 356.
vol. 11 p. 303.
vol. 15 p. 682.

Nash, Lt. Col.,
president of ct. martial,
vol. 8 p. 594.

Nash, Sergeant,
ordered to Ft. Cumberland,
vol. 6 p. 242.

Nash, Abner,
vol. 11 p. 650.
vol. 13 p. 35.
vol. 18 p. iii.
vol. 19 p. 336, p. 399, p. 668.
vol. 20 p. 585.
vol. 22 p. 542, p. 1044.
act to vest lands in,
vol. 24 pp. 285-7.
active,
vol. 14 p. 769.
addresses to and from Assem.,
allowance to on salary,
vol. 13 p. 912.
and proceedings of council of State,
vol. 15 pp. 417-418.
Armand to on money for troops,
vol. 14 pp. 831-832.
on movement of troops,
vol. 14 pp. 835-836.
asked to report on public affairs,
vol. 17 p. 843.
assaulted by Blount,
vol. 12 p. 307, p. 308.
at council of war,
vol. 7 p. 842.
attachment by discussed,
vol. 9 p. 1070.
against Dobbs estate,
vol. 9 p. 1210.
author of hand bill of Craven, S. C.,
vol. 9 p. 1155.
Benbury to on Blount affair,
vol. 15 p. 142.
on Br. invasion of N. C. and Va.,
vol. 15 pp. 128-9, p. 137.
on refusal of militia to march,
vol. 14 pp. 850-851.
bill to enable him to collect and publish laws,
vol. 17 p. 348.
vol. 20 p. 65.
Blount to on defeats of Tories,
vol. 15 pp. 6-7.
Bd. War apologizes to, &c.,
on aid to Va.,
vol. 14 p. 436.
on Br., militia, Tories, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 457-459.
on invasion of Mecklenburg,
vol. 14 p. 397.
on movement of troops, retirement of Sumner, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 434-435.
on need of salt,
vol. 14 pp. 472-474.
on public affairs,
vol. pp. 423-424.
on regiment for Davie, drafts, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 471-472.
on route of Gates, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 395-396.
on supplies for troops,
vol. 14 p. 380.
on troops and power of Board,
bond in name of,
vol. 15 p. 125, p. 126.
Bordeaux's petition to on exchange of prisoners,
vol. 15 pp. 158-160.
Boyd to on supplies for prisoners,
vol. 14 p. 834, p. 835.
Brice to on flag,
vol. 22 p. 525.
Brown and others to on exchange,
Brown to on bounty,
vol. 14 p. 847.
on militia,
vol. 14 p. 851.
Buford to on Gerard,
vol. 14 pp. 812-813.
Burgwin to on flag for Mrs. Mercer,
vol. 15 pp. 20-21.
Burke to on European intervention and its dangers,
vol. 15 pp. 773-775.
Butler to on De Treville,
vol. 15 p. 165.
public affairs,
vol. 2 p. 1023.
buys at Martin sale,
calls Assem.,
vol. 14 p. 876.
vol. 15 p. vi.
Bd. War to Halifax,
vol. 14 p. 738.
candidate,
vol. 10 p. 826.
Carnett to on condition of Br. prisoners,
vol. 14 pp. 846-847.
Caswell to,
vol. 14 p. 863.
on Henry's letter,
vol. 11 p. 452, p. 718.
on his dismissal from command of militia and resignation from Board of Trade,
vol. 15 p. 131.
on military affairs,
vol. 15 p. 439.
on movements of army,
vol. 14 pp. 841-842.
vol. 15 p. 19.
on movement of troops, supplies, &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 828-829.
on movement and condition of troops,
vol. 15 pp. 10-12.
on rendezvousing of militia,
vol. 15 pp. 389-390.
Casewell (W.) to on movements of troops, &c.,
vol. 15 p. 404.
on movements of Br. and defeat of Buford,
vol. 14 pp. 832-833.
Cochrane and Winslow to on Cumberland militia,
vol. 15 pp. 79-80.
code coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 987.
Cogdell to on flags and prices,
vol. 22 p. 522.
on prizes by privateers,
vol. 15 pp. 68-69.
Colston to on trade with W. I.,
vol. 14 pp. 299-301.
comr of trade, etc.,
on capital,
vol. 18 p. 804.
commissions Devane,
vol. 15 p. 785, p. 787.
committee to settle accounts of,
vol. 16 p. 51, p. 55.
vol. 19 p. 26, p. 112, p. 113.
complains that governor's powers are given to Board of War,
contributes to fortifications,
vol. 15 p. 216.
Council of War reports to on Blount,
vol. 22 p. 529.
Craig to on Amer. cruelty,
vol. 22 pp. 1023-5.
criticised by Drayton,
vol. 15 p. 512.
Davidson to on movements of British,
vol. 15 pp. 127-128.
dead,
declines to serve in C. C.,
vol. 12 p. v.
demands remounting of guns,
vol. 9 p. xxxvi.
dispatches to,
vol. 22 p. 545.
Dry to on Gibbs,
vol. 15 p. 155.
Eaton to on bond, &c.,
vol. 14 p. 844.
on Buford's defeat,
vol. 14 p. 844.
extracts from papers of,
vol. 15 p. 423.
fortifies Neuse River,
vol. 10 p. 351.
Gates to on arms for militia,
vol. 15 p. 79.
on provisions,
vol. 15 pp. 3-4, pp. 17-18.
Gibbs to on commission in Hyde Co. militia,
vol. 15 pp. 97-98.
goes to R. I.,
vol. 16 p. 941.
Gorman to on prizes and privateers,
vol. 15 pp. 71-72.
governor,
vol. 14 p. x.
vol. 17 p. 798, p. 885.
grants warrants to Cleveland,
vol. 17 pp. 406-407.
Gregory to on Br. invasion of Va.,
vol. 15 p. 149, p. 156, p. 157.
on condition of troops,
vol. 14 p. 842.
Harrington to on Wilson,
vol. 15 pp. 155-156.
Hawkins to on impressing wagons,
vol. 15 pp. 63-64.
on land grant,
vol. 14 p. 836.
on movement of troops, &c.,
vol. 15 pp. 487-488.
on supplies,
vol. 14 pp. 839-840.
on provisions, movements of Br., &c.,
vol. 14 pp. 863-864.
on public affairs,
Hicks to on prisoners,
vol. 15 p. 63.
Hinton to on money,
vol. 14 p. 860.
Hooper to on movements of Br. and prospects,
vol. 14 pp. 843-844.
Howe to introducing Greene,
vol. 22 pp. 527-8.
Hughes to on arrests for Toryism,
vol. 14 pp. 870-873.
Huntington to on Br. abuse of clearances, &c.,
vol. 15 p. 154.
on privateering,
vol. 15 p. 405.
in Assembly,
vol. 7 p. 66, p. 76.
vol. 20 p. 4, p. 6, p. 34.
in C. C.,
vol. 12 p. 602, p. 608, p. 718.
vol. 13 p. 102.
vol. 20 p. 29, p. 42.
resigns from Cont. Cong.,
in Prov. Cong.,
introduced to Hancock,
vol. 11 p. 565.
Jefferson furnishes lead to,
vol. 14 p. 439.
to on Cherokee outrages,
vol. 15 pp. 47-48.
on irregularities of Va. troops,
vol. 15 pp. 48-49.
on land claims,
vol. 22 pp. 521-1.
on war post,
vol. 14 pp. 852-3.
Jones to on Br.,
vol. 19 p. 883.
on capture of Br. fleet, &c.,
vol. 15 pp. 121-122.
on movements of Br.,
vol. 15 p. 424.
on movements of troops,
vol. 15 p. 663.
on public affairs,
vol. 15 pp. 113-14.
judge,
vol. 22 p. 907.
Kinchen to on horses and lands,
vol. 14 p. 828.
Kirkpatrick to on arms, &c.,
vol. 22 p. 535.
Lakey to on Seawell's letter and money for troops,
vol. 15 p. 15.
LaLuzerne to on duties of French consul in N. C.,
vol. 14 p. 797.
law suit of,
vol. 8 p. 185.
lays embargo,
vol. 22 pp. 524-5.
Leech, Green and Coor to on pay for services,
vol. 14 p. 841.
Leech to on money for troops,
vol. 15 p. 67.
on supplies from W. I., &c.,
vol. 15 pp. 69-71.
letter ment'd,
vol. 22 p. 537.
letters to Lincoln ment'd.,
vol. 15 pp. 25-26.
Lillington to on foraging,
vol. 14 pp. 837-838.
on need of money,
vol. 14 p. 859.
Little to on money for troops,
vol. 14 p. 862.
Long to on Dunn,
vol. 14 p. 862.
on money,
vol. 14 p. 866.
and supplies,
vol. 14 p. 845, p. 846.
on parole of Jones,
vol. 15 pp. 152-153.
McKenzie to on drafts and money,
vol. 22 p. 521.
on Martin Co. draft and volunteers,
vol. 14 pp. 838-839.
mad over powers of Board of War,
vol. 15 pp. vii-viii.
major in Reg. campaign,
vol. 22 p. 872.
Mallett to on back country reports,
vol. 14 p. 861.
on provisions for troops,
vol. 15 p. 64.
Malmady to on command of Light Horse,
vol. 22 p. 528.
marriage at home of,
vol. 9 p. 1132.
Martin and Benbury to on ordering out militia,
vol. 15 pp. 59-60.
Martin to on Br. invasion of Va.,
vol. 15 pp. 136-137.
on criticisms of,
vol. 10 pp. 271-272.
on public affairs,
vol. 15 pp. 150-152.
on sale of confiscated property for delegation in C. C.,
vol. 16 p. 333.
Morgan, to on his commission as clerk,
vol. 14 p. 845.
Mountflorence to on commission for self,
vol. 15 pp. 80-81.
on Meres,
vol. 15 pp. 75-76.
Murfree to on Br. invasion of Va. and aid to from N. C.,
on impressments,
vol. 22 pp. 535-6.
on provisions and stores,
vol. 15 p. 521.
obtains judgment,
vol. 24 p. 224.
Olyphant to on public affairs,
vol. 19 pp. 881-882.
on surrender of Br., etc.,
vol. 15 pp. 661-662.
on com. of assem.,
on com. of Prov. Cong.,
on Prov. Council,
on S. C. of Craven,
vol. 9 p. 1144, p. 1237.
opposes bills,
vol. 17 p. 144.
general engagement,
vol. 15 p. ix.
orders horses of Tories to be seized,
vol. 15 p. 627.
movements of militia,
vol. 16 p. vii.
owes state,
vol. 21 p. 1070.
papers of to be examined for muster rolls,
vol. 21 p. 348.
Pasteur to on privateers, etc.,
vol. 15 p. 78.
Patin to on his health,
vol. 15 pp. 22-23.
payment to ordered,
vol. 16 p. 160.
petition and bill to vest lands of Fanning in,
petition of executor,
vol. 21 p. 810, p. 977, p. 978.
petition to from Carteret Co. on use of Carteret militia,
vol. 15 pp. 146-147.
plots against Davis to get his property,
vol. 16 pp. 596-599.
proc. forbidding exportation of provisions,
vol. 15 pp. 5-6.
promoted maj.,
vol. 7 p. 833.
Purcell to on depreciation of bills and Tories in Beaufort,
vol. 15 pp. 15-17.
on plundering of public property, etc.,
vol. 15 pp. 13-15.
quoted,
vol. 15 p. iv.
on Camden,
vol. 15 p. 65.
on privateering,
vol. 15 p. viii.
recommends McCartney,
vol. 9 pp. 61-62.
regulators' entry on causes of,
vol. 8 p. 239.
Rinquenoire to on dispatches,
vol. 15 p. 662.
vol. 19 p. 882.
Russell to on Hyde Co. draft,
vol. 15 p. 22.
Rutherford to on money,
vol. 14 p. 843.
Rutledge to on fall of Charleston and condition of S. C.,
vol. 14 pp. 819-820.
on movements of Br., etc.,
vol. 14 pp. 821-824.
Salter to on movement of troops,
vol. 15 p. 97.
Seawell to on bounty for troops,
vol. 15 pp. 8-9, p. 15.
should be proscribed,
vol. 10 p. 98.
signs acts as speaker H. of C.,
vol. 24 p. 42, p. 153, p. 313.
act on treason and Tories,
vol. 11 p. 773.
Craven address to friends of liberty,
resolutions on resignations of officers,
vol. 11 p. 808.
Simpson to on Pitt Co. troops,
vol. 15 p. 19.
Smith to on Br. invasion of Va. and N. C.,
vol. 15 pp. 129-130.
on flag of truce for Bogg,
vol. 15 p. 129.
Spaight to on movements of British,
vol. 15 pp. 9-10.
speaker of House of Commons,
vol. 11 p. xix, p. 454, p. 456.
vol. 12 p. 4, p. 5, p. 8, p. 9, p. 11, p. 12, p. 13, p. 15, p. 16, p. 17, p. 18, p. 20, p. 21, p. 22, p. 23, p. 24, p. 25, p. 26, p. 27, p. 28, p. 30, p. 31, p. 34, p. 35, p. 36, p. 37, p. 38, p. 40, p. 42, p. 43, p. 45, p. 49, p. 50, p. 54, p. 56, p. 57, p. 58, p. 60, p. 61, p. 62, p. 63, p. 65, p. 66, p. 68, p. 71, p. 72, p. 73, p. 74, p. 75, p. 76, p. 77, p. 78, p. 79, p. 81, p. 83, p. 84, p. 85, p. 86, p. 87, p. 88, p. 89, p. 90, p. 91, p. 92, p. 93, p. 94, p. 95, p. 96, p. 97, p. 98, p. 101, p. 102, p. 103, p. 104, p. 105, p. 106, p. 108, p. 110, p. 111, p. 114, p. 116, p. 118, p. 119, p. 120, p. 121, p. 122, p. 123, p. 125, p. 126, p. 127, p. 128, p. 129, p. 131, p. 136, p. 137, p. 138, p. 140, p. 142, p. 143, p. 144, p. 145, p. 146, p. 147, p. 148, p. 152, p. 153, p. 154, p. 156, p. 158, p. 159, p. 160, p. 161, p. 162, p. 164, p. 170, p. 171, p. 172, p. 174, p. 176, p. 182, p. 183, p. 188, p. 190, p. 191, p. 192, p. 194, p. 195, p. 199, p. 200, p. 201, p. 202, p. 203, p. 206, p. 208, p. 209, p. 210, p. 211, p. 212, p. 214, p. 216, p. 217, p. 218, p. 222, p. 225, p. 226, p. 227, p. 228, p. 231, p. 232, p. 234, p. 235, p. 242, p. 243, p. 244, p. 245, p. 246, p. 250, p. 251, p. 256, p. 257, p. 258, p. 259, p. 260, p. 261, p. 266, p. 267, p. 269, p. 270, p. 271, p. 273, p. 274, p. 275, p. 276, p. 278, p. 280, p. 284, p. 285, p. 287, p. 289, p. 290, p. 291, p. 293, p. 298, p. 300, p. 301, p. 302, p. 303, p. 304, p. 305, p. 306, p. 311, p. 313, p. 314, p. 315, p. 316, p. 317, p. 319, p. 320, p. 321, p. 324, p. 325, p. 327, p. 328, p. 329, p. 336, p. 338, p. 339, p. 342, p. 343, p. 348, p. 350, p. 351, p. 352, p. 356, p. 358, p. 360, p. 361, p. 364, p. 365, p. 367, p. 368, p. 371, p. 372, p. 373, p. 374, p. 375, p. 377, p. 379, p. 381, p. 385, p. 386, p. 387, p. 393, p. 394, p. 397, p. 398, p. 400, p. 401, p. 403, p. 405, p. 406, p. 414, p. 415, p. 419, p. 420, p. 426, p. 431, p. 434, p. 438, p. 445, p. 447, p. 448, p. 449, p. 450.
vol. 19 p. 371, p. 373.
speaker of Senate,
vol. 13 p. 855, p. 856, p. 907.
vol. 15 p. 196.
spokesman on matter of cannon,
vol. 10 pp. 41-42.
Stanley to on horses,
vol. 14 p. 850.
Steuben to on troops,
vol. 22 p. 536.
stops attacks of Davis on Chario'..,
vol. 13 p. 430.
Sumner to on his movements,
vol. 15 p. 73, pp. 78-79.
on his relations to Caswell,
vol. 15 p. 429, p. 430.
on provisions and answer,
vol. 14 pp. 770-771.
on provisions and movements of troops,
vol. 15 pp. 410-411.
on suffering of prisoners in Charleston,
vol. 15 pp. 403-404.
surety;
vol. 7 p. 847.
vol. 10 p. 988.
thanked and declines renomination for gov.,
for service as speaker,
vol. 12 p. 451.
to — on case of prize brig Hanover and public affairs,
vol. 11 pp. 719-720.
to on public affairs,
vol. 11 p. 453.
to arm vessels,
vol. 10 p. 352.
to assembly 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.
to Burke on public affairs,
vol. 11 p. 801.
to Caswell on movement of troops,
vol. 15 pp. 479-480.
to com. of Assem. on magazine and French fleet,
vol. 15 p. 68.
to Cont. Cong. on condition of S. C.,
vol. 14 pp. 824-825.
on position of Charleston,
vol. 14 p. 802.
on public affairs,
vol. 15 pp. 1-3.
to delegates in C. C. on conduct of militia at Camden,
vol. 15 p. 60.
to forward letters,
vol. 15 p. 388.
to Gates on Armand,
vol. 14 p. 595.
on empty treasury,
vol. 14 p. 702.
on plundering by troops,
vol. 14 p. 602.
on Southern campaign,
vol. 14 pp. 504-505.
on supplies for troops, etc.,
vol. 14 pp. 513-514.
to Gen. Assem. on Malmady and Light Horse,
vol. 22 p. 778.
to Hill declining to serve as delegate to C. C.,
vol. 13 p. 402.
to Huntington on movements of Br. and difficulties of N. C.,
vol. 15 pp. 98-100.
to make arms,
vol. 10 p. 354.
to report on accounts,
vol. 17 p. 938.
to ship goods for arms and ammunition,
vol. 10 p. 288, p. 292, p. 353.
to Sumner on case of Jones,
vol. 15 p. 466.
to visit S. C. and confer with S. Com.,
vol. 10 p. 470, p. 472.
to Washington on army and prisoners,
vol. 15 pp. 176-177.
trustee of Queen's College,
vol. 8 p. 487.
vol. 25 p. 519e.
of school,
vol. 13 p. 809.
vol. 24 p. 297, p. 607.
of town,
vol. 24 p. 610.
Wade to on Tories, rioters, courts and British,
vol. 14 pp. 865-6.
Walker to on Tories, etc.,
vol. 14 pp. 853-854.
White to on representation in C. C.,
vol. 18 pp. 570-571.
Williams to on Br. movements and Col. Armand,
vol. 14 pp. 829-830.
on court and domestic affairs,
vol. 15 p. 77.
on his transfer to corps of invalids,
vol. 15 pp. 12-13.
Woodford to on forwarding letters,
vol. 15 p. 7.
Young to on money for troops, etc.,
vol. 14 p. 831.
vol. 15 p. 23.

Nash, Mrs. Abner,
vol. 14 p. 844, p. 864.
vol. 19 p. 881, p. 883.
vol. 22 p. 522.
widow of Dobbs,
vol. 9 p. 1070.

Nash, Abner, Jr.,
vol. 16 p. 597.

Nash, Caleb,
accounts of,
vol. 19 p. 326.
major,
vol. 10 p. 204.

Nash, Clem,
vol. 22 p. 522.

Nash, Clement,
army record,
vol. 13 p. 480.
lieut.,
vol. 10 p. 559.
to Caswell on dispatches from C. C.,
vol. 15 pp. 350-351.

Nash, E.,
to Martin on wives and children of Tories,
vol. 16 pp. 467-469.

Nash, Edward,
asks for new county,
vol. 9 pp. 89-90.

Nash, Frank, (son of Gov. N.),
vol. 15 p. 77.

Nash, Francis,
vol. 7 p. 718.
vol. 8 p. 239.
vol. 10 p. 358.
vol. 11 p. 456, p. 469, p. 583.
vol. 12 p. 490, p. 495.
vol. 15 p. 682, p. 785, p. 787.
a J. P.,
vol. 6 p. 1008.
ability,
vol. 15 p. 707.
allowance to for holding o. and t. courts,
vol. 10 p. 953.
appoints Crutcher an ensign,
vol. 11 p. 754.
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1124.
army record,
vol. 13 p. 474.
asks for inspection,
vol. 8 p. 80a.
at Trenton,
vol. 11 p. 570.
attorney,
vol. 7 p. 776.
Bd. War to on money for provisions and warrants rec'd,
vol. 14 p. 492.
bond of,
vol. 7 p. 847.
brigade of transferred to McIntosh,
vol. 11 p. 700.
building coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 869.
Burke to on promotion of Hand,
vol. 11 pp. 562-563.
Caswell to on career of Capt. Caswell,
vol. 11 p. 601.
certifies to fees,
vol. 7 p. 780.
clerk,
vol. 9 p. 298.
colonel,
vol. 9 p. 298.
vol. 10 p. 508.
vol. 11 p. x.
commands against regulators,
vol. 7 p. xxx.
troops sent to aid of Washington,
vol. 11 p. 833.
sent to Ga.,
vol. 11 pp. 834-835.
commends Jones,
vol. 8 p. 23.
conduct of McRee in enlisting troops reported to,
vol. 12 p. 64, p. 68.
death of,
vol. 11 p. 801.
vol. 13 p. 451.
elected a brigadier general,
escapes regulators,
vol. 8 p. 242.
eulogy on,
vol. 11 pp. 789-790.
fit for C. C.,
vol. 10 p. xxxiii.
furnishes officers to take money to N. C.,
vol. 11 p. 559.
has shoemaker ducked, tarred and feathered,
vol. 11 pp. 835-836.
helps in defense of Charleston,
vol. 10 p. xxxix.
in assembly,
vol. 7 p. 66.
in battle of Brandywine,
vol. 11 p. 621.
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 320, p. 321.
in Phila.,
vol. 11 p. 512.
in Prov. Cong.,
in reserve at Germantown,
vol. 11 p. 643, p. 779, p. 784.
issues rations,
killed,
vol. 11 p. xv.
vol. 13 p. 262.
at Germantown,
vol. 15 p. 707, p. 765.
vol. 22 p. 973.
leaves Halifax for the North,
vol. 11 p. xv.
left in command in S. C.,
vol. 11 p. 704.
lt. col.,
vol. 10 p. 187, p. 243.
monument to be erected to,
vol. 11 p. 670.
vol. 13 p. 6, p. 363.
proposed and rank,
vol. 17 p. 1047.
Nashville named in honor of,
vol. 24 p. 616.
on com. of assembly.
on com. of Prov. Cong.,
ordered north to join Washington,
to Billingsport,
vol. 11 p. 733.
to Trenton,
vol. 11 p. 739.
orders court martial,
vol. 11 p. 752.
for burial of,
vol. 11 p. 651.
payment to troops,
vol. 11 p. 675.
prisoners north,
vol. 11 p. 480.
to,
vol. 11 p. 757, p. 758.
passes through Phila.,
vol. 11 p. 593, p. 756.
protests against regulators,
vol. 8 pp. 273-274.
quoted on regulation spirit,
vol. 7 p. 714.
receipts for fees,
vol. 7 p. 773.
recommends Dixon,
vol. 15 p. 708, p. 709.
reports on threatened release of Husband,
vol. 8 p. 497.
resolve to erect monument to,
vol. 11 p. 799.
return of troops in brigade of,
vol. 13 p. 428.
Sumner asks leave to join,
vol. 11 p. 745.
takes illegal fees,
vol. 7 p. 778, p. 779, p. 782.
to Burke on public affairs,
vol. 11 p. 479.
to command 1st regt.,
vol. 10 p. 494.
to Fanning on regulators,
to make report on troops,
vol. 12 pp. 33-34, p. 40.
to Moultrie on movement of N. C. troops,
vol. 11 pp. 709-710.
to move North with troops,
vol. 15 p. 702.
to Prov. Cong. on lead and prisoners,
vol. 10 p. 923.
to Tryon on regulators,
vol. 8 pp. 246-247.
to Washington on proceedings of field officers and court martial,
vol. 11 pp. 751-753.
to Williams on notes,
vol. 9 p. 363.
Tryon summons to trial of regulators,
vol. 8 p. 693.
on Hillsboro riots,
vol. 8 pp. 678-679.
wounded at Germantown and dies,

Nash, J.,
Baptist minister,
vol. 5 p. 1180.

Nash, Jno.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1124.

Nash, John,
in army,
vol. 15 p. 720.

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

Nash, Jos.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1123.

Nash, Joseph,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 515.

Nash, Josh.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 266.

Nash, Joshua,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 446.

Nash, Josiah,
in assem.,

Nash, Josiah,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 308.
report on militia company,
vol. 22 p. 344, pp. 346-7.

Nash, Mary,
to Martin on wives and children of Tories,
vol. 16 pp. 467-469.

Nash, Michl.,
army rank,
vol. 15 p. 735.
vol. 16 p. 1196.

Nash, Polly,
marries R. Moore,
vol. 9 p. 1132.

Nash, Richard,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.

Nash, Sarah,
to Martin on wives and children of Tories,
vol. 16 pp. 467-469.

Nash, Thos.,
building coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 683.
dau. marries Moore,
vol. 9 p. 1132.
in assembly,
in Conv. 1789,
vol. 22 p. 38, p. 46, p. 49.
nom. for major,
vol. 21 p. 400, p. 712.
petitions against Taylor,
vol. 21 p. 285, p. 643.

Nash,
the, privateer,
vol. 22 p. 522.

Nash (town),
bill to establish,
vol. 21 p. 925.

Nash Co.,
vol. 8 p. ix.
vol. 12 p. 236.
vol. 13 p. 173, p. 295.
vol. 14 p. 169, p. 196, p. 450.
vol. 15 p. 450, p. 456, p. 582.
vol. 16 p. 489, p. 660.
vol. 24 p. 227, p. 294.
vol. 25 p. 64.
act for court,
vol. 24 p. 50, p. 64, p. 161.
for poor house,
vol. 24 pp. 738-9.
for tax for pub. buildings,
or jurors,
to change time of co. ct.,
vol. 24 pp. 688-9, p. 717.
to erect,
vol. 24 pp. 134-41, p. 471.
ammunition to officers of,
vol. 12 p. 415, p. 421.
Baptist in,
vol. 5 p. 1181.
bill for public buildings,
to defray expenses of public buildings,
British in,
vol. 15 p. 461.
census of 1790,
vol. 26 pp. 803-820.
clothing for troops due from,
vol. 12 p. 639, p. 748.
directions to officers in,
vol. 12 p. 435, p. 439.
draft troubles in,
vol. 14 pp. ix-x, p. 319.
horses in,
vol. 16 p. 558.
for Long,
vol. 16 p. 562.
in Halifax dist.,
vol. 15 p. 377.
members of assembly,
vol. 16 p. 2.
vol. 18 p. 2, p. 227, p. 258.
vol. 21 p. 2, p. 194, p. 730, p. 872.
members in Conv. 1788 and 89,
vol. 22 p. 3, p. 38.
militia of want discharge,
vol. 22 p. 553.
to be raised in,
vol. 17 p. 678.
no bounty to troops,
vol. 15 p. 8.
organization of troops in,
owes state,
vol. 21 p. 1068, p. 1076.
petition from,
vol. 18 p. 407.
population,
vol. 18 p. 433.
provisions in,
vol. 15 p. 476.
resolve on qualification of justices,
vol. 12 p. 252, p. 253.
riots in,
vol. 5 p. lix.
tax in,
vol. 19 p. 706.
to forward bacon for troops,
vol. 15 p. 493.
Tories,
vol. 22 p. 731.
troops to be raised in,
vol. 13 p. 411.
vol. 24 p. 154.

Nash Court House,
vol. 15 p. 236.

Nash District, Caswell Co.,
vol. 25 p. 106.
tax payers in,
vol. 26 pp. 1254-1255.

Nash Light Horse,
takes Evans,
vol. 15 p. 236.

Nashons, Mr.,
quartmaster of hospitals,
vol. 11 p. 445.

Nash's Mill,
milk,
vol. 7 p. 833.
vol. 22 p. 872.

Nashville,
bill for tobacco inspection,
vol. 20 p. 40, p. 61, p. 78.
known as place for assembly,

Nashville, Tenn.,
vol. 15 p. 100.
vol. 18 p. 473.
face
vol. p. 496, p. 607.
vol. 21 p. 443.
vol. 22 p. 792.
vol. 24 p. 567, p. 765.
vol. 25 p. 2.
act to establish,
vol. 24 pp. 616-17.
bill for warehouse in,
vol. 21 p. 325, p. 699.
to establish,
vol. 20 p. 44, p. 56, p. 89.
to inspect tobacco,
Byrd has lands at,
vol. 18 p. 190.
court to be held in,
vol. 24 p. 766, p. 975.
inspection at,
vol. 24 p. 582, p. 770.
road to be cut to,
vol. 24 p. 786.

Nassary (Nessary), Wm.,
dues from as sheriff,
vol. 8 pp. 280-1.
vol. 9 p. 575.

Nassau Hall,
graduates McAden,
vol. 5 p. 1200.

Nassau Street, N. Y.,
vol. 8 p. 733.

Naswell, James,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 178.

Nasworthy, Saml.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1127.

Natchez (Natches), Miss.,
vol. 10 p. 766.
vol. 17 p. 84.
vol. 18 p. 359.
Spanish fort at taken,
vol. 17 p. 524.

Natchez District,
vol. 17 p. 524.
vol. 18 p. 493.
and Choctaws,
vol. 18 p. 800.

Natchez Indians,
vol. 7 p. 238.
proposition to settle them in their own country again,
vol. 7 p. 281, p. 282.

Nate, Jesse,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.

Nathen, John,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 993.

Nation, Christopher,
a J. P.,
vol. 6 p. 799.
exempted from pardon,
vol. 7 p. 851.
judgment on,
vol. 8 p. 183.
regulator,
vol. 7 p. 813.

Nation (Neale?), Christopher,
in assembly,
vol. 8 p. 107, p. 147, p. 304.

Nation Ford,
vol. 19 p. 985, p. 990.
Br. at,
vol. 14 p. 788, p. 789, p. 790.

Nation Ford of Catawba,
vol. 14 p. 586.
vol. 15 p. 415, p. 504.

Nation Ford Road,
vol. 14 p. 586.

National Debt,
and imports,
vol. 17 p. 99, p. 100.
discussed by Morris,
vol. 16 pp. 357-379.
efforts to ascertain,
settlement of,
vol. 17 p. 26, p. 32.

National Journal,
extract from,
vol. 10 pp. 29-30.

Nations, Joseph,
fined,
vol. 10 p. 3.

Nations, Joseph,
juror,
vol. 10 p. 2.

Native traders,
act to encourage,
vol. 1 p. 219.

Natives,
to have preference in offices,
vol. 1 p. 502.

Natnas Indians,
not to be trusted,
vol. 1 p. 884.

Natt, Frederick,
exempted,
vol. 6 p. 1299.

Natt, Wm.,
vol. 2 p. 777.

Natural born subjects,
Eng. act on in force in N. C.,
vol. 23 p. 325.

Natural resources,
discribed by boundary surveyors,
vol. 2 pp. 782-798.

Naturalization,
vol. 1 p. 205.
vol. 7 p. 521, p. 522.
vol. 8 p. 235.
case of,
vol. 2 pp. 462-463.
controlled by assembly,
vol. 1 p. 83.
in Albemarle,
vol. 1 p. 166, p. 169.
in Franklin,
vol. 22 p. 670.
instructions on laws for,
vol. 11 pp. 242-243.
papers issued,
vol. 7 pp. 255-256.
petition for,
vol. 4 p. 494.
right of allowed,
vol. 10 p. 1012.

Naubert, James,
officer,
vol. 22 p. 719.

Naval office,
commission of Turner as clerk of,
vol. 6 pp. 566-567.
fees,
vol. 6 p. 622.
considered,
vol. 15 p. 681, p. 682.
Heron deputy to Turner,
vol. 6 pp. 703-705.
Neilson succeeds Martin as deputy,
vol. 10 p. 263, p. 269.
positions in sold,
vol. 11 p. 258.
Turner made clerk,
vol. 6 p. 522.

Naval officers,
vol. 23 p. 282.
act on fees,
vol. 23 p. 107.
vol. 24 p. 316.
vol. 25 pp. 196-8, p. 225.
to appoint and define duties,
vol. 25 pp. 6-7, pp. 72-3.
address on conduct of,
vol. 13 p. 125.
appointed and instructed for N. C.,
vol. 2 pp. 497-499.
bills on,
to amend act regulating duties of, etc.,
to appoint,
to direct duty of,
vol. 19 p. 445, p. 759, p. 780.
to exclude them from seats in assembly,
vol. 17 p. 396.
vol. 20 p. 91.
to explain act on,
vol. 20 p. 576, p. 585, p. 593.
to explain duties,
to regulate duties,
to repeal act on,
Caswell to on exportation of grain,
vol. 18 pp. 566-567.
commission of Wheatley,
vol. 11 pp. 109-110.
deputies of,
vol. 7 p. 491.
duties discussed,
vol. 19 p. 865.
election,
vol. 16 p. 35, p. 37, p. 39.
for Currituck port,
vol. 12 p. 234, p. 235.
fees,
vol. 4 p. 196.
Heron,
vol. 6 p. 733.
instructed to keep account of money,
vol. 17 p. 418.
Johnston suspended and answer,
vol. 11 pp. 256-258.
limitations of to hold office,
vol. 10 p. 1010.
not to sit in assembly,
vol. 22 p. 668.
note on act about fees,
vol. 3 p. 192.
Quince dropped,
vol. 11 p. 504.
to give security,
vol. 1 p. 497.
Turner,
commissioned,
vol. 11 pp. 134-135.
Wheatly and Turner,
vol. 6 p. 41, p. 42.

Naval powers,
instructions to gov.,
vol. 6 pp. 529-530.

Naval stores,
vol. 2 p. 237.
bill for inspection,
vol. 21 p. 124, p. 228, p. 621.
to regulate preparation of,
vol. 8 pp. 318-319.
direct exportation to Ireland desirable,
vol. 6 p. 1022.
duty on,
vol. 5 p. xxix, p. 762.
in S. C.,
vol. 5 p. 787.
exports,
vol. 5 p. xlii.
free trade in proposed,
vol. 1 pp. 598-599.
Holland forbids exportation of,
vol. 10 p. 70.
inspector for,
vol. 23 p. 748.
instructions to agent on,
vol. 9 p. 579.
memorial on ment'd,
vol. 8 p. 248, p. 318.
to Hillsborough on improvement of,
petition on,
vol. 8 p. 285, p. 442.
production of,
vol. 5 p. xli.
put among enumerated articles,
vol. 5 p. 645.
report on,
vol. 4 pp. 5-6.
vol. 6 p. 1030.
resolve of Cont. Cong. on removal of,
vol. 11 pp. 754-755.
on exportation of,
vol. 11 pp. 272-273.
shipment allowed,
vol. 10 p. 415.
not allowed,
vol. 10 p. 345, p. 355.
to be produced,
vol. 4 p. 156.
trade in discussed,
with Portugal desired,
vol. 5 p. 574.

Navaros, Francisco,
Sp. prisoner,
vol. 22 p. 271.

Nave, Teeler,
Watauga to be annexed,
vol. 10 pp. 708-711.

Navigation,
act for co. coms'rs. to improve,
vol. 25 pp. 82-3.
act on,
vol. 23 p. 230.
vol. 24 pp. 402-4.
for Albemarle Sound,
for Currituck Port,
vol. 13 p. 358.
for Neuse River,
vol. 23 p. 974.
on pilotage,
vol. 23 pp. 858-9.
vol. 25 pp. 6-7, pp. 71-3.
to amend by lottery,
vol. 23 pp. 542-4.
to appply taxes raised under act for,
vol. 23 p. 593.
to control of,
vol. 23 pp. 607-11, p. 814.
to extend,
vol. 25 pp. 98-9, p. 107.
to facilitate,
vol. 24 p. 136.
in Currituck,
vol. 23 p. 544.
in Trent River,
vol. 23 p. 914.
and C. C.
vol. 17 pp. 494-495.
Arnold to destroy,
vol. 17 p. 985.
bill for ballast master,
for duty on liquors for,
for improvement of,
bill on,
to amend,
to amend and continue act on,
to amend at Bath and Beaufort,
vol. 6 p. 184, p. 200.
to apply money for,
to clear river and creeks,
to continue act for,
to facilitate,
to give Co. Courts authority over,
to prevent injury to inland n.,
to regulate pilotage,
to repeal law on,
vol. 4 p. 724, p. 725.
Board of Trade on law to improve,
vol. 6 p. 700, p. 703, p. 733.
boat to improve,
vol. 20 pp. 7-8.
commissioners to report their accounts,
vol. 4 p. 790.
considered,
vol. 19 p. 497.
duty needed for aid of,
vol. 6 p. 1219, p. 1261.
improvement of desirable,
vol. 6 p. 1090.
note on act to encourage,
vol. 3 p. 193.
objections to bill for,
vol. 7 p. 132.
of N. C. waters, not as bad as reported,
vol. 4 p. 228.
petition on,
vol. 9 p. 534.
on law regulating,
vol. 4 pp. 506-507.
powder money should be applied to need of,
vol. 4 p. 402.
regulation of,
vol. 22 p. 52.
report to be made on money for improvement of,
vol. 6 p. 395.
request for improvement of,
vol. 4 p. 384.
revision of act needed,
should be encouraged,
vol. 4 p. 1332.
improved,
vol. 4 p. 272.

Navigation Acts,
vol. 22 p. 20.
vol. 25 p. 148.
alterations in discussed,
vol. 5 p. 416.
broken by colonists,
vol. 2 p. 157.
enlargement of suggested,
vol. 6 p. 1022.
instructions on,
vol. 5 p. 1106.
laws on to be enforced,
vol. 7 pp. 95-96.
prevent direct immigration,
vol. 5 p. xl.
restrictions under,
vol. 5 p. xlvi.
seizure of ship under,
vol. 6 pp. 307-308.
to be enforced in Carolina,
vol. 1 pp. 704-705.
to be inquired into,
vol. 1 pp. 889-890.
See Also - Commerce, Customs, Trade.

Navit, George,
regulator,
vol. 7 p. 737.

Navy,
act to provide,
vol. 24 pp. 402-4.
bill to sell vessels,
Bussan wishes to enter N. C. Navy,
vol. 22 p. 600.
Caswell on galleys,
vol. 11 p. 448.
Caswell, the, purchased,
vol. 12 p. iv.
commissioners to fit out vessels for,
vol. 12 p. 83, p. 94.
to inquire into galleys,
vol. 12 p. 39, p. 42, p. 43.
galleys built,
vol. 11 p. 314, p. 315, p. 355.
for Va. in N. C.,
vol. 11 p. 509.
use of discussed,
inquiry into condition of galleys,
vol. 11 p. 438.
letter of Va. laid before assembly and com. on,
memorial on furnishing pitch and tar for,
vol. 1 p. 721.
necessity of,
vol. 16 pp. 381-383.
Pa. farmer fitted out,
vol. 10 pp. 831-832.
powers of commissary McCulloh over,
vol. 5 pp. 617-621.
supplies to,
vol. 10 pp. 578-579.
vessels armed to protect trade,
vol. 10 p. 572.
and payment to men of,
vol. 10 p. 584.
wages in,

Navy of United States,
officers of excluded from Gen. Assem.,
vol. 23 p. 983.

Nawhunty Creek,
vol. 18 p. 251.

Nazareth, Pa.,
vol. 5 p. 1157.
settlement at begun,
vol. 5 p. 1145.

Nazareth land,
vol. 5 p. 14.

Nazary, Wm.,
agrees to disgorge fees,
vol. 8 pp. 521-522.

Nazimumb Indians,
vol. 22 p. 734.

Neakins, David,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.

Neal.
See Neale, Neel, Neil, Neill.

Neal, Mr.,
vol. 10 p. 729.

Neal, Mr.,
vol. 14 p. 96.

Neal, Col.,
vol. 16 p. 676.

Neal, Col.,
aids S. C.,
vol. 22 p. 730.

Neal, Col.,
marches against Cherokees,
vol. 10 p. 651.

Neal, Maj.,
complaints of,
vol. 22 p. 550.

Neal, Abner,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 970.

Neal, Abner,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 316, p. 317.

Neal, Andrew,
allowance to,
vol. 19 p. 376.
in assem.,
vol. 19 p. 373.
killed,
vol. 19 pp. 987-988.
See Also - Neel, Andrew.

Neal, Andrew,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 397.

Neal, Charles,
petition,
vol. 1 p. 421.

Neal, Dorcas,
property of,
vol. 1 p. 421.

Neal, Dorkas,
property of,
vol. 1 p. 421.

Neal, Geo.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 397.

Neal, Henry,
army record,
vol. 13 p. 474.

Neal, Jacob,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 387.

Neal, Jas.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 397.

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

Neal, Jno.,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 520.

Neal, Mich.,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 64.

Neal (Neale), Older,
vol. 15 p. 476.
judgment suspended,
vol. 21 p. 104.
owes state,
vol. 21 p. 1071.
petition,
vol. 20 p. 542, p. 547.
vol. 21 p. 236, p. 595, p. 601.

Neal, Ralph,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 176.

Neal, Richard,
admitted as attorney,
vol. 5 pp. 30-31.

Neal, Samuel Thos.,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 219.

Neal, Thos.,
a J. P.,
vol. 4 p. 345.

Neal, (Neil), Thos.,
bill to empower to keep ferry,
boundary coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 842.

Neal (Neil), Thomas,
co. coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 770, p. 803.

Neal, Thos.,
gun stocker,
vol. 15 p. 619.

Neal, Thos.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 397.

Neal, Thomas,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 520.

Neal, Thos.,
school trustee,
vol. 8 p. 487.
vol. 24 p. 30.
vol. 25 p. 519c.

Neal, Wm.,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.

Neal, Wm.,
disputes of not to injure liberty,
vol. 10 p. 136.

Neal, Wm.,
lieut.,
vol. 10 p. 626, p. 945.

Neal, (town),
vol. 20 p. 653.

Neale.
See Neal, Neel, Neil, Neill.

Neale, Mr.,
vol. 8 p. 74.

Neale, Mr.,
vol. 22 p. 596.

Neale, Mr.,
in assem.,
vol. 20 p. 7, p. 33, p. 47, p. 50.

Neale, Capt.,
vol. 22 p. 522.
escort to boundary commissioners,
vol. 8 p. 673.
goes against regulators,
vol. 8 p. 576.
vol. 19 p. 838, p. 850.

Neale, Capt.,
commands privateer,
vol. 13 p. 418.

Neale, Capt.,
in assem.,
vol. 22 p. 480.

Neale, Col.,
defeats Hook,
vol. 15 p. 6.

Neale, Col.,
flees from S. C.,
vol. 15 p. 258.

Neale, Abner,
buys land,
vol. 18 p. 195.
Caswell to on negro,
vol. 18 pp. 662-663.
claims slave,
vol. 18 p. 623.
coms'r to destroy certificates,
vol. 17 pp. 421-422.
holds state goods,
vol. 20 p. 406.
in assembly,
in Conv. 1788,
vol. 22 p. 1, p. 4, p. 25.
light house coms'r,
vol. 25 p. 54.
mg'r of lottery,
vol. 24 p. 821.
nom. for maritime judge,
owns marsh,
vol. 24 p. 825.
reports on fraud,
vol. 18 p. v.

Neale, Abner,
land warrant to,
vol. 6 p. 77.

Neale, Andrew,
to engross bills,
vol. 12 p. 205.

Neale (Neal), Christopher,
vol. 21 p. 1044.
act for him to cut canal,
vol. 24 p. 634.
allowance to,
vol. 22 p. 838.
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1127.
assist. clerk of assembly,
vol. 7 p. 345.
auditor of accounts,
bill to help him cut canal,
vol. 19 p. 584, p. 593, p. 701.
bills delivered to,
vol. 12 p. 264.
bond as clerk of ct.,
buys at Martin sale,
vol. 22 p. 881.
caveat against,
vol. 5 p. 993.
vol. 6 p. 342.
claims allowed,
vol. 8 p. 147.
vol. 9 p. 224.
clerk,
vol. 9 p. 298.
clerk of court of Craven,
vol. 11 p. 710.
vol. 22 p. 484.
clerk of J. P.'s,
vol. 22 p. 432.
commissioner on cutting canal,
vol. 23 p. 685.
vol. 24 p. 538.
on county,
vol. 24 p. 226.
on exports,
vol. 10 p. 473, p. 474.
on fort,
vol. 24 p. 174.
on navigation,
vol. 24 p. 125.
to settle accounts of N. C. and U. S.,
vol. 12 p. 619.
com. of claims to settle with,
vol. 12 p. 235.
deputy secretary,
vol. 13 p. 177.
employed to revise journals of House,
vol. 12 p. 102.
in assem.,
vol. 6 p. 351, p. 378, p. 379.
vol. 12 p. 220.
in Prov. Cong.,
vol. 10 p. 913, p. 915.
insults Boyd and is arrested,
vol. 6 pp. 935-936.
judge of admiralty,
vol. 10 p. 634.
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 592.
land sold to,
vol. 18 pp. 195-196.
memorial on school,
vol. 7 pp. 35-36.
not paid for engrossing bills,
vol. 12 pp. 450-451.
on com. of assem.,
on com. of Prov. Cong.,
on com. to state accounts with U. S.,
vol. 10 p. 1002.
ordered to march against Regulators,
vol. 8 p. 710.
paid for taking plans of harbors,
vol. 12 p. 413, p. 417.
port coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 827.
receives pay for soldiers,
vol. 17 p. 235.
recommends Mrs. Glover for pension,
vol. 15 p. 188.
register,
vol. 9 p. 298.
reports flags,
vol. 16 p. 681.
on French fleet,
vol. 14 p. 660.
sells property of Gov. Martin by order Prov. Cong.,
vol. 22 pp. 880-9.
settles case of brig William,
vol. 10 p. 741, p. 745.
surety,
vol. 9 pp. 592-593.
surveys Cape, Lookout Bay,
vol. 11 p. 443.
to certify to will,
vol. 13 p. 178.
to dismiss detachment,
vol. 8 p. 692.
to fit out galleys,
vol. 10 p. 981.
to procure arms,
vol. 10 p. 524.
to remove and care for records,
vol. 10 p. 473.
to seize and sell Martin's property,
vol. 10 p. 962.
to settle accounts of the William,
to survey Cape Fear harbor,
vol. 12 p. 95.
to take prisoners to Suffolk,
vol. 10 p. 545.
witness,
vol. 6 p. 341.
vol. 22 p. 467, p. 468.

Neale, Nancy,
bill to confirm marraige,
vol. 21 p. 236.

Neale, Samuel,
petitions on roads and ferries,
vol. 5 pp. 164-166.

Neale, Samuel,
witness,
vol. 6 p. 1057.

Neale, Sophia,
bill to vest lands in,

Neale, Thos.,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 993.

Neale (Neal, Neill), Thos.,
in assembly,
on com. of assem,
vol. 9 p. 106, p. 141.

Neale, Thos.,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 593.

Neale, Thos.,
petition,

Neale, Thomas,
petitions on roads and ferries,
vol. 5 pp. 164-166.

Neale, Thomas,
recommends Macdowell,
vol. 6 pp. 232-233.

Neale, Thomas,
register,
vol. 9 p. 298.

Neale, Thos., Jr.,
bill to sell lands of

Neale, Wm.,
taxable,
vol. 15 p. 191.

Nealey, Samuel,
asks for new county,
vol. 9 p. 90.

Nealey, Wm.,
asks for new county,
vol. 9 p. 90.

Neals Neck Church,
vol. 5 p. 1182.

Nealuquescapquos,
signs treaty,
vol. 11 p. 203.

Nealy, James,
claim,
vol. 9 p. 486.

Near, Allen,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.

Nease, Geo.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 78.

Nease, Martin,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 78.

Nease family,
vol. 8 p. 734, p. 737.

Neat, Richard,
juror,
vol. 1 p. 567.

Neave, John,
Watauga to be annexed,
vol. 10 pp. 708-11.

Necasa,
point of attack,
vol. 10 p. 746.

Necatee,
signs treaty,
vol. 17 p. 586.

Necessity Camp,
vol. 7 p. 995, p. 1005.

Neck, the,
vol. 2 p. 868.
vol. 25 p. 264.

Necoes,
Indian plantation visited,
vol. 1 p. 68.

Nedham, ——,
vol. 11 p. 323.

Needham, Mr.,
in assembly,
vol. 12 p. 35.

Needham, Maj.,
remains in Va.,
vol. 15 p. 538.

Needham, Gideon,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 346.

Needham, John,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.
army rank,
vol. 15 p. 718.
vol. 16 p. 1124.
reenlists,
vol. 15 p. 749.

Needham, Thos.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1123.

Needham, Thos.,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 249.

Needham and Hindley,
memorial on improvement of naval stores,

Needles,
bounty for,
vol. 10 p. v, p. 217.

Needom, Bryan,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 270.

Needom, Thomas,
regulator,
vol. 7 p. 734.

Needom, Wm.,
regulator,
vol. 7 p. 734.

Neel.
See Neal, Neale, Neil, Neill.

Neel (Neal, Neale), Andrew,
clerk of Tryon S. C.,
vol. 10 p. 162, p. 247, p. 296.
bond as county clerk,
vol. 9 pp. 350-351.
on com. of cor.,
vol. 9 p. 1073.
on Tryon S. C.,
vol. 10 p. 120, p. 162.
signs Tryon Asso.,
vol. 10 pp. 162-163.
See Also - Neal, Andrew.

Neel, David,
petitions on land grants,
vol. 11 pp. 250-253.

Neel, Joseph,
signs Tryon Asso.,
vol. 10 pp. 162-163.

Neel, Thos.,
certifies accounts,
vol. 8 p. 518.

Neel, Thos.,
commands troops against Cherokees,
vol. 22 p. 429.

Neel, Thos.,
goes against Tories,
vol. 19 p. 975.

Neel, Thomas,
petitions on land grants,
vol. 11 pp. 250-252.

Neel, Thomas,
surety,
vol. 9 p. 351.

Neeley, James, Jr.,
asks pardon for Hunter,
vol. 9 pp. 86-7.

Neeley, Thomas,
asks for county,
vol. 9 p. 89.

Neelley, James,
asks pardon for Hunter,
vol. 9 pp. 86-87.

Neelley, Robert,
asks pardon for Hunter,
vol. 9 pp. 86-87.

Neely, Alex.,
lieut.,
vol. 10 p. 937.

Neely, Henry,
vol. 5 p. 1207, p. 1208.

Neely, Hugh,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 437.

Neely, John,
officer,
vol. 22 p. 702.

Neely, Thomas,
town coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 993.

Neely's, Lick,
vol. 25 p. 32, p. 33.

Neely's (Neeley's) Lick,
vol. 25 p. 32, p. 33.
visited by coms'rs,
vol. 24 p. 915.

Nees, George,
claim,
vol. 9 p. 489.

Neese, George,
pesioner,
vol. 22 p. 78.

Negative Council,
evils of,
vol. 2 pp. 630-631.

Negotiable paper,
act to make promissory notes negotiable,
vol. 23 pp. 586-8.
bill on,

Negotiable securities,
act on proceedings on,
vol. 25 pp. 53-4.

Negro Head Point,
vol. 11 p. 284.
vol. 23 p. 910.
vol. 24 p. 592.
bill for toll road to,
vol. 6 p. 1230, p. 1280.
on road to,

Negro Head Point road,
vol. 15 p. 786, p. 789.

Negroe, Benj.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1123.

Negroes,
absolute power of master over,
vol. 1 p. 204.
act against trading with,
vol. 23 pp. 868-9.
for census of,
vol. 24 pp. 650-1.
for tax on,
in restraint of,
vol. 24 pp. 725-30.
act on,
vol. 23 pp. 62-66.
to prevent thefts by,
vol. 24 pp. 890-1, p. 156.
allowance for execution of,
vol. 5 p. 982.
allowed to vote,
vol. 1 p. 639.
and tithables,
vol. 9 pp. 97-98.
baptized,
vol. 1 p. 858.
vol. 2 p. 18, p. 153, p. 332.
vol. 9 p. 244, p. 273, p. 326.
vol. 10 p. 238.
bill for census,
for duty on,
vol. 19 p. 546.
for tax on to pay for slaves executed,
to lay tax for expenses for those executed,
to prevent insurrection of,
to prevent thefts, etc.,
bought by Indians,
vol. 16 p. 924.
brought from Nova Scotia,
vol. 17 p. 385, p. 389.
burned Duplin in,
vol. 22 p. 826.
captured from Spanish privateer,
vol. 5 p. 38.
carried off by Hinton,
vol. 16 p. 78.
by Spaniards,
vol. 4 p. 922.
to S. C. & Ga.,
vol. 16 p. 935.
census of Wilmington to be taken,
vol. 10 p. 89.
cohabits with white woman,
vol. 2 p. 704.
confesses theft,
vol. 2 p. 650.
cost of trials,
vol. 4 p. 530.
death for killing,
vol. 3 p. 106.
DeGraffenried's executed,
vol. 1 p. 992.
efforts of Br. to incite to insurrection,
encouraged to leave masters,
vol. 10 p. 112.
to run to C.,
vol. 1 p. 757.
enlist with British,
vol. 14 p. 308.
enlisted,
vol. 16 p. 614.
in N. C.,
vol. 11 p. 834.
in S. C.,
vol. 2 p. 178.
executed,
vol. 8 p. 141, p. 142, p. 143.
and paid for by State,
vol. 16 p. 76, p. 77.
and pay asked for,
fear of,
vol. 1 p. 654.
of insurrection among,
vol. 10 p. 118.
free, act against stealing,
vol. 24 pp. 220-1.
bill concerning,
to exempt wives and daughters of from list of taxables,
vol. 9 p. 146, p. 147.
compelled to list wives,
vol. 6 p. 902.
petition for repeal of tax on,
vol. 6 pp. 982-983.
vote in S. C.,
vol. 2 p. 903, p. 908.
hired out by court,
vol. 2 p. 555.
importance of to Barbadoes,
vol. 1 p. 150.
imported,
in Albemarle Co.,
vol. 1 p. 260.
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 372.
in Rowan,
vol. 5 p. 152.
in service of U. S.,
vol. 24 p. 221, p. 639.
in 1721,
vol. 2 p. 419, p. 421.
in Transylvania,
vol. 11 p. 606.
in Va. in 1708,
vol. 1 p. 692.
increased importation of,
insurrections of in S. C.,
in Va.,
vol. 1 p. 886.
intermarry with white women,
vol. 5 p. 295.
join Br.,
vol. 22 p. 593.
killing of should be penal,
vol. 5 p. 497.
landed at Jamaica,
vol. 1 p. 245.
law against advised,
vol. 10 p. 376.
against harboring,
vol. 1 p. 514, p. 515.
left by Br. in Portsmouth, Va.,
vol. 15 p. 618.
list of taxables in 1754,
vol. 5 p. 320.
Martin denies that he was trying to arm,
vol. 10 p. 43.
Moravian efforts for conversion of,
vol. 5 p. 1153.
need and use of,
vol. 3 p. xv, p. xvii.
none come directly from Guinea,
vol. 3 p. 430.
not admitted as witnesses,
vol. 7 p. 605, p. 608, p. 645.
vol. 24 p. 61.
vol. 25 p. 283, p. 445.
not brought to N. C. direct,
vol. 4 p. 172.
not confiscated,
vol. 16 p. 155.
not to be carried off by Br.,
vol. 17 p. 8, p. 125, p. 588.
not to vote,
vol. 2 p. 214.
number,
vol. 3 p. 455.
vol. 4 p. 605, p. 609.
imported,
vol. 9 p. 279.
in Currituck,
vol. 1 p. 722.
in N. C.,
vol. 10 p. 46.
in Pasquotank,
vol. 1 p. 720.
in 1720,
vol. 2 p. 396.
in S. C.,
vol. 5 p. 766.
in 1755,
vol. 5 p. 471, p. 472, p. 473.
in 1756,
vol. 5 p. 570, p. 575.
in Va. in 1756,
vol. 5 pp. 564-5.
of taxables,
to be ascertained,
vol. 6 p. 1008.
out number whites in Va.,
vol. 10 p. 46.
patrolers may shoot,
vol. 10 p. 87, p. 94.
patrolling for considered,
vol. 5 p. 548.
payment for cost of execution,
vol. 5 p. 978.
penalty for killing,
vol. 5 p. 1122.
petition against as pilots,
vol. 9 pp. 803-804.
to prevent trading with white people,
vol. 9 p. 929.
pirates,
vol. 2 p. 327.
population,
proposed tax on for education,
recovery of,
vol. 16 pp. 996-997.
removal to the norhtward not allowed,
vol. 15 p. 633.
report on employment of as soldiers in S. C.,
vol. 19 pp. 911-914.
on importations of,
vol. 5 p. 314.
on intended insurrection of,
vol. 10 pp. 94-95.
on number of imports ment'd,
vol. 5 p. 481.
to be made on imports of,
vol. 3 p. 116.
vol. 5 pp. 144b-145.
to be made on those in army,
vol. 12 p. 539.
returned to N. C.,
vol. 17 pp. 595-596.
run off to British,
vol. 15 p. 138, p. 144.
to Fla.,
vol. 2 p. 847.
to N. C.,
vol. 1 p. 513, p. 514, p. 515.
school for,
vol. 6 p. 996.
sent to S. C.,
vol. 2 p. 420.
to N. S.,
vol. 16 p. 972.
shot by Indians,
vol. 1 p. 900.
should be patrolled,
vol. 5 p. 299.
sold, &c.,
vol. 16 p. 934, p. 935.
to French,
vol. 7 p. 213.
speak in meeting,
vol. 7 p. 164.
statistics of slave and free,
vol. 26 pp. 240-1313.
stolen by British,
vol. 16 p. 319.
suit for freedom by,
taken by British to N. Y.,
vol. 11 p. 765.
for debt,
vol. 2 p. 94.
tithables,
vol. 25 p. 162.
to be converted,
vol. 3 p. 112.
to be armed by Br.,
vol. 15 p. 323, p. 324.
to be disarmed,
vol. 10 p. 25.
to be enlisted for King,
vol. 10 p. 138a.
to be imported,
vol. 3 p. 115.
to be restored by Cherokees,
vol. 16 p. 710.
vol. 17 p. 583.
to be seized,
vol. 20 p. 86.
to be sent to Urmston,
vol. 1 p. 772.
to go to C.,
vol. 1 p. 41.
trial ment'd,
vol. 4 p. 460.
for murder and condemned to be burned,
vol. 13 pp. 375-376.
trouble over,
vol. 11 p. 30.
in S. C.,
vol. 11 pp. 46-47.
used against Va.,
vol. 10 p. 714.
value in Georgia and number carried off by Br.,
vol. 16 p. 646.
See Also - Free Negroes, Slaves.

Negrove, Fredk.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1123.

Negus, Sam.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 263.

Negus, Sam.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 266.

Negus, Samuel,
land grant to,

Neighbors to N. C.,
reports to be made on,
vol. 3 p. 114, p. 115.

Neil.
See Neal, Neale, Neel, Neill.

Neil, ——, Tory leader,
vol. 22 p. v.

Neil, Mr.,
witness,
vol. 6 p. 1081.

Neil, Philip,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1126.

Neil, Thos.,
boundary coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 148.

Neil, Thos.,
building coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 866.

Neil, Thos.,
co. coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 803.

Neil, Wm.,
lieut.,
vol. 10 p. 320.

Neill, David,
fined,
vol. 9 p. 651.

Neill, Gilbraith,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 78.

Neill, Henry,
ensign,
vol. 10 p. 187.

Neill, Philip,
petition,
vol. 21 p. 745.

Neill (Neil, Neel), Thos.,
advises retreat before regulators,
vol. 8 p. 608.
in assembly,
in regulator campaign,

Neill, Wm.,
allowance to,
vol. 22 p. 849.

Neill, Wm.,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.

Neill, Wm.,
petitions for extension of power of J. P.'s,
vol. 7 pp. 874-875.

Neilson.
See Nelson.

Neilson, Mr.,
vol. 9 p. 1004.

Neilson, Maj.,
corps of sent to Va.,
vol. 15 p. 185.

Neilson, Archibald,
appointed as naval officer,
vol. 11 p. 257.
succeeds Edwards,
vol. 9 p. 1244.
succeeds Johnston as deputy naval officer,
vol. 15 p. 682.
to — on public affairs,
to Miller on the Whigs and public affairs,

Neilson, James,
vol. 9 p. 1233.

Neilson, John,
captain,
vol. 10 p. 518.

Neilson, Robert,
allowed to export,
vol. 10 p. 686.
bond of to export slaves,
vol. 11 pp. 331-332.
proposed as commissioner,
vol. 9 p. 423, p. 544.

Neilson's Ferry, S. C.,
British at,
vol. 14 p. 542.
troops needed at,
vol. 14 p. 506.

Neite, George,
copies McGill's account of battle at Camden,
vol. 14 p. 585.

Neithercott, Geo,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 263.

Neithercott, Geo.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 263, p. 265.

Neithercut, Wm.,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.

Nellson.
See Neilson, Nelson.

Nellson, John, Jr.,
appraiser,
vol. 2 p. 105.

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

Nellson Ferry,
vol. 15 p. 665.
vol. 19 p. 885.

Nelltown, Bladen Co.,
vol. 22 p. 299.

Nelly, Andrew,
resurvey granted,
vol. 4 p. 350.

Nelly, Dickson,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.

Nelmes (Nelms), Jeremiah,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 994.
coms'r on town,
vol. 24 p. 773.
receives pay for soldiers,

Nelmes, Thos.,
imports cannon,
vol. 10 p. 636.

Nelmes, Wm.,
coms'r of navigation,
vol. 24 p. 593.
on school,
vol. 24 p. 534.

Nelms, Priscilla,
vol. 24 p. 294.

Nelon, John,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 1245.

Nelson.
See Neilson, Nellson.

Nelson, ——, Hepburn, & Co.,
petition for new charter,
vol. 9 pp. 79-80.
surrender charter of Campbelton,
vol. 9 pp. 270-, p. 271.

Nelson, ——,
land dispute,
vol. 5 p. 818.

Nelson, Mr.,
vol. 10 p. 95.

Nelson, Mr.,
vol. 15 p. 571.

Nelson, Mr.,
asks authority to export slaves,
vol. 22 p. 749.

Nelson, Capt.,
vol. 4 p. 1087.

Nelson, Capt.,
vol. 10 p. 943.
commands N. C. company,
vol. 12 p. 472.
orders out troops,
vol. 13 p. 316.

Nelson, Col.,
vol. 12 p. 464.

Nelson, Maj.,
vol. 14 p. 158.
vol. 20 p. 675, p. 676.
a prisoner,
vol. 14 p. 817.
cavalry not equipped,
vol. 15 p. 66.
nominated for promotion,
vol. 15 p. 336.
on court martial,
vol. 19 p. 909.
on Lamb's trial,
vol. 14 p. 352.
troops desert,
vol. 14 p. 764.
in bad order,
vol. 14 p. 504.
in Va.,
vol. 14 p. 583.

Nelson, A.,
receives pay for soldiers,
vol. 17 p. 220, p. 232, p. 249.

Nelson, Abraham,
asks for inspection,
vol. 8 p. 80a.

Nelson, Abraham,
in Indian war,
vol. 10 p. 759.

Nelson, Ab'm,
Tory officer,
vol. 22 p. 197.

Nelson, Alex'r,
vol. 21 p. 808.

Nelson, Alex.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1124.

Nelson, Alex'r,
ensign,
vol. 10 p. 519.

Nelson, Alex.,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 190.

Nelson, Alexander,
petition on C. H.
vol. 9 pp. 806-809.

Nelson, Arthur,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1126.

Nelson, Berry,
land grant asked,
vol. 4 p. 706.

Nelson, David,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 503.

Nelson, Duncan,
voter,
vol. 15 p. 237.

Nelson, Dunkan,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 422.

Nelson, Edwd.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 79.

Nelson, Elias,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 264.

Nelson, Elizabeth,
petition rejected,
vol. 18 p. 26, p. 257.

Nelson, Giles,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 78.

Nelson, Henry, Jr.,
a J. P.,
vol. 22 p. 703.

Nelson, James,
officer,
vol. 18 p. 450, p. 459.

Nelson, James,
pensioned,

Nelson, Jeremiah,
town coms'r,
vol. 25 p. 33.

Nelson, Jesse,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1126.

Nelson, Jesse,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 512.

Nelson, Jesse,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 530.

Nelson, John,
vol. 4 p. 1045.

Nelson, John,
vol. 19 p. 957.
vol. 20 p. 658.

Nelson, John,
a J. P.,
vol. 2 p. 459, p. 526.
vol. 3 p. 244, p. 537.
vol. 4 p. 47, p. 346.

Nelson, John,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 236.
army pay,
vol. 18 p. 735.
captain,
vol. 10 p. 520.
Caswell to on British at Core Banks,
vol. 11 p. 775.
Cont. major,
vol. 22 p. 1049.
deputy inspector general,
vol. 13 p. 899, p. 901, p. 993.

Nelson, John,
enters caveat,
vol. 6 p. 632.

Nelson, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 17 p. 1057.

Nelson, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 263.

Nelson, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 281.

Nelson, Jno.,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 519.

Nelson, Jno.,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 190.

Nelson, John,
land grant asked,
vol. 4 p. 708.
grant to,

Nelson, John,
on court martial,
vol. 11 p. 752.
pay of,
vol. 18 p. 212.
petition rejected,
vol. 18 p. 26, p. 257.
prisoner,
vol. 16 p. 671.

Nelson, John,
petition on C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 806-809.

Nelson, John,
resurvey granted,
vol. 4 p. 953.

Nelson, John,
town coms'r,
vol. 25 p. 207.

Nelson, John,
vestryman,
vol. 2 p. 209.

Nelson, Jno.,
vestryman,
vol. 23 p. 8.

Nelson, John,
vestryman,
vol. 25 p. 208.

Nelson, Maj. John,
and affairs of N. C. Line,
Caswell to on C. of S.
vol. 20 p. 638.
com'r on certificates,
vol. 18 p. 451.
in Cincinnati,
vol. 17 p. 134.
land commissioner,
vol. 16 p. 622.
nom. for C. of S.,
officer,
vol. 18 p. 486.
rank,
receives pay for soldiers,
roster of co.,

Nelson, John, Jr.,
petition on C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 806-809.

Nelson, Martin,
juror,
vol. 8 p. 508.
exempted,
vol. 8 p. 508.

Nelson, Robt.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1124.

Nelson, Robt.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1125.

Nelson, Robert,
coms'r on boundary,
vol. 24 p. 973.
on salt,
vol. 25 p. 31.

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

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

Nelson, Robert,
petition on C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 806-809.

Nelson, Robert,
Martin on misfortunes of as a loyalist,
vol. 11 p. 711.

Nelson, Robert,
wagon master,
vol. 14 p. 660.

Nelson, Saml.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 79.

Nelson, Presdt. Thomas,
vol. 9 p. 14.
vol. 14 p. 76.
vol. 15 p. 604.
and battle of Great Bridge,
vol. 15 p. 112.
asks food supplies,
vol. 19 p. 874.
declines to command Va. troops,
vol. 14 p. 61.
examines towns in Va.,
vol. 14 p. 688, p. 689, p. 690.
forms militia,
vol. 14 p. 723.
location,
vol. 14 p. 728, p. 733.
militia under,
vol. 14 p. 718.
nom. for gov. of Va.,
vol. 14 p. 309.
officer to lead militia against Br.,
vol. 15 p. 130.
plan of operation against regulators sent to,
vol. 8 p. 548.
to Burke on Br. and Amer. movements in Va.,
vol. 15 pp. 641-642.
vol. 22 pp. 587-8.
and salt,
vol. 15 p. 598.
on his appointment as gov.,
vol. 15 p. 577.

Nelson, Thomas,
land grant asked,
vol. 4 p. 708.
grant to,

Nelson, Thomas,
regulator,
vol. 8 p. 79.

Nelson, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1124.

Nelson, Wm,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 320, p. 321.

Nelson, Wm.,
petition on C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 806-808.

Nelson, Wm.,
sent as delgate to Congress,
vol. 22 pp. 724-5.

Nelson Ferry fort,
evacuated,
vol. 15 p. 465.

Nelson's Ferry, S. C.,
vol. 19 p. 885.
vol. 22 p. 103, p. 134, p. 777.

Nelson's Justice,
used by J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 346.

Neowee,
burned,
vol. 10 p. 884.

Neptune,
vol. 10 p. 493.

Neptune,
ship,
vol. 8 p. 257.

Neptune,
transport,
vol. 13 p. 332, p. 333.

Nerley, Thos.,
petitions,
vol. 19 p. 932.

Nero,
vol. 7 p. 519.

Nervett, Thos.,
petition,
vol. 20 pp. 528-529.

Nesbest, Mr.,
and Dunn case,
vol. 19 p. 901.

Nesbett, Mr.,
defends Dunn,
vol. 10 p. 676.

Nesbett, David,
juror,
vol. 22 p. 511.

Nesbett, John,
on Rowan S. C.,
vol. 10 p. 252.

Nesbit, Alex.,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 219.

Nesbit, David,
nom. as treasurer,
vol. 13 p. 765.
payment to,
vol. 13 p. 350.

Nesbit, John,
town coms'r.,
vol. 25 p. 33.

Nesbit, John A.,
case of,

Nesbit, Wm.,
money advanced to,
vol. 10 p. 254.
on Rowan com. of secrecy, &c.,
vol. 10 p. 312.

Nesbitt, David,
in Conv. 1789,
vol. 22 p. 38, p. 47, p. 48.

Nesbitt, David,
pay to,
vol. 22 p. 1014.

Nesbitt, John,
in assembly,
in Conv. 1789,
vol. 22 p. 37, p. 47, p. 48, p. 50.

Nesbutt Wm.,
juror,
vol. 22 p. 509.

Nesby's Creek,
vol. 4 p. 1047.

Nessers, Peter,
petitions for new charter,
vol. 9 pp. 79-80.

Neston, Eliphas,
shipmaster,
vol. 8 p. 545.

Neston, James,
brings suit,
vol. 10 p. 434.

Netherlands,
vol. 18 p. 610.
vol. 20 p. 645, p. 766.
vol. 21 p. 464.
acknowledge independence of U. S.,
vol. 16 p. 440.
treaty with,
vol. 19 p. 276.
See Also - Holland.

Nethery, Thomas,
petition,
vol. 18 p. 45, p. 55, p. 107, p. 287.

Netop, Billy,
leases Indian lands,
vol. 25 pp. 507-9.

Nettle, Solomon,
witness,
vol. 10 p. 929.

Nettles, Jesse,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1126.

Nettles, Shadrach,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1126.

Neuchatel,
trouble in causes loss to DeGraffenried,
vol. 1 p. 906.

Neufville, John,
prisoner,
vol. 15 p. 392.

Neufville, John,
signs letter to Sons of Liberty,
vol. 8 p. 199.

Neufville, John, Jr.,
prisoner,
vol. 17 p. 1046.

Neufville, William,
prisoner,
vol. 17 p. 1046.

Neugent, Mr.,
paymaster general,
vol. 5 p. 447.

Neugent, E.,
vol. 22 p. 364.

Neuse (Neuce, Nure),
vol. 2 p. 19, p. 22, p. 24.
vol. 3 p. 329, p. 434.
vol. 11 p. 310, p. 328.
vol. 15 p. 559.
vol. 17 p. 143.
courts held at,
vol. 2 p. 458.
sign “N.” used to protect Palatines,
vol. 1 p. 936, p. 946.

Neuse Baptist Association,
history,

Neuse Division,
vol. 8 p. 711.

Neuse Division of Tyron's army,
vol. 8 p. 699.

Neuse (Newse, Nues, Nuce, Neus) River,
vol. 1 p. 629, p. 990.
vol. 10 p. xxxv, p. 623.
vol. 15 p. 639.
vol. 17 p. 664.
vol. 19 p. 838.
vol. 20 p. 431.
act for canal to,
vol. 23 pp. 684-5.
for town on,
vol. 25 pp. 373-378.
on fish in,
vol. 23 p. 681.
vol. 24 p. 460, pp. 938-9.
vol. 25 p. 109, pp. 504-5.
on navigation,
vol. 23 p. 974.
to fix capital on,
vol. 23 p. 485.
bill for canal to,
for town on,
on navigation,
to appoint receiver of customs for,
to ascertain course of land,
to connect it with Old Topsail Inlet,
to facilitate navigation of,
to prevent destruction of fish in,
to prevent stoppage of fish in,
vol. 16 p. 50.
vol. 19 p. 25.
to repeal act on navigation,
vol. 19 p. 764.
boundary of Tuscaroras,
vol. 2 p. 140.
capital to be on,
vol. 5 p. 573.
character,
collector on,
vol. 6 p. 1023.
corn not to be exported from,
vol. 7 p. 225.
danger from Indians,
vol. 1 p. 843.
difficulty of route to,
vol. 1 p. 899.
Eastchurch made governor of settlements on,
vol. 1 p. 233.
effects of massacre on,
of storm on,
vol. 8 pp. 159-160.
entrance mentioned,
vol. 1 p. 54.
entrenchments on against Regulators,
vol. 8 p. 525.
few settlers on,
vol. 1 p. 228.
fortified,
vol. 10 p. 351, p. 557.
French settlers on,
vol. 1 p. 714.
garrison for,
vol. 2 p. 200.
Gorham retreats over,
vol. 15 p. 627.
grant to Crymble and Huey on,
vol. 4 p. 253, p. 254, p. 255.
Huguenots on,
vol. 1 p. xi.
Indian war on,
vol. 1 p. 810.
inspection on,
vol. 25 p. 18, p. 380.
inspector for,
vol. 23 p. 381.
land on,
vol. 1 p. 864, p. 878.
Lawson at work on,
vol. 1 p. 737.
location of capital on prepared,
vol. 5 pp. 341-3, p. 344.
provided for,
vol. 6 p. 37.
McCulloh lands on,
vol. 4 p. 162, p. 163.
vol. 5 p. xxxii.
massacre on,
missionary needed on,
vol. 4 p. 878.
money lost in,
vol. 9 p. 872, p. 945.
navigation bad,
vol. 9 p. 281.
no settlers south of,
vol. 1 p. xv.
number of troops at,
vol. 1 p. 874.
on post route,
vol. 7 p. 413.
Palatine settlement on,
vol. 1 p. xi, p. 910.
passable,
vol. 15 p. 632.
petition from to Va. for aid,
proposition to fix capital on,
vol. 6 p. 2.
provisions carried to,
vol. 1 p. 961.
raids on,
vol. 1 p. 924, p. 956.
settlements to be abandoned,
vol. 1 p. 862.
settlers reach,
vol. 1 p. xi.
Swiss propose to buy land on,
vol. 1 p. 707.
settlement on by,
vol. 4 p. 160.
do not want lands on,
vol. 4 p. 157.
treatment of Indians by people of,
vol. 1 p. 927, p. 928, p. 933.
trip of Lawson and DeGraffenried up,
vol. 1 pp. 925-926.

Neuse River Falls,

Neuse River Fork,
vol. 22 p. 291.

Neuse River (Neus) Indians,
vol. 1 p. 875.
vol. 22 p. 735.
join Tuscaroras,
vol. 1 p. 934, p. 955.

Neuse Road,
British on,
vol. 15 p. 626.

Neuse section,
isolation of,
vol. 8 p. v.

Neuse Will,
sells land,
vol. 4 p. 34.

Neustra Senora de Soledad,
ship, wrecked,
vol. 4 p. 1305.

Neuters, Horaha,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 353.

Neutral Islands,
trade with discussed,
vol. 6 p. 1034.

Neutral ports,
act to prevent exports to,
vol. 25 pp. 326-7.
provisions not to be sent to,
vol. 5 p. 787.

Neutre Islands,
to be abandoned,
vol. 5 p. 408.

Nevel, Wm.,
building coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 645.

Nevell, ——,
leader,
vol. 1 p. 310.

Nevell, Geo.,
building coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 973.

Neven, Maurice,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 385.

Nevil, Lt. Col.,
vol. 12 p. 515.
field officer,
vol. 12 p. 529, p. 547.
pres. of court martial,
vol. 12 p. 508.

Nevil (Nevill), Wm.,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 995.
coms'r on building,
vol. 24 p. 771.
on town,
vol. 24 p. 935.
owes state,
vol. 21 p. 1077.
resigns as J. P.,
vol. 21 p. 205, p. 212, p. 580.

Nevill, Mr.,
murder of family of,
vol. 1 p. 826.

Nevill, Benjamin,
petitions for repeal of tax on free negroes,
vol. 6 pp. 982-983.

Nevill, Drury,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 236.

Nevill, Geo.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1127.

Nevill, William leader in R.,
vol. 1 p. 301.

Neville, ——,
vol. 11 p. 323.

Neville, Mr.,
brings treaty with France,
vol. 6 p. 973.

Neville, Col.,
field officer,
vol. 12 p. 497, p. 500.

Neville, John,
prisoner,
vol. 16 p. 671.

Neville, Presley,
prisoner,
vol. 16 p. 671.

Nevils, John,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 162.

Nevil's, Creek,
vol. 4 p. 354.

Nevinson, John,
petition,
vol. 1 pp. 145-149.

Nevis,
Eastchurch stops in,
vol. 1 p. 287.
government,
vol. 1 p. 225.
imports from,
vol. 2 p. 156.
taken,
vol. 13 p. 287.
vol. 16 p. 546.

Nevy, Fredk,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1124.

New, John,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 961.

New, John,
voter,
vol. 15 p. 237, p. 238.

New, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1124.
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 79.

New Acquisition, the,
resolve on entering lands within,
vol. 12 pp. 248-249.

New Albany, Ind.,
vol. 5 p. 1220.

New American States,
observations on,
vol. 17 p. 630.

New Bern,
brig, arrives from New Providence,
vol. 13 p. vi.

New Bern
See Newbern.

New Bonn,
vol. 4 p. 384.

New Bridge,
vol. 9 p. 1064.

New Brunswick,
vol. 3 p. 529.
vol. 4 p. 876.

New Brunswick, N. J.,
vol. 5 p. 1218.
vol. 9 p. 1233.
report on N. C. troops at,
vol. 13 p. 457.

New Brunswick, Presbytery,
sends missionaries to N. C.,
vol. 5 p. 1219.

New Carolina,
ment'd,
vol. 1 p. 542.

New Castle, Pa.,
vol. 2 p. 18.

New Castle Co., Del.,
vol. 9 p. 1234.
vol. 10 p. 113.
vol. 11 p. 291, p. 292, p. 662.
vol. 15 p. 386.
proposed Scotch settlement in,
vol. 1 p. 441.
to be annexed to Md.,
vol. 1 p. 441.

New Castle Presbytery,
ordains McAden,
vol. 5 p. 1212.

New Connecticut,
vol. 11 p. 460.

New comers,
exempted from levies,
vol. 1 p. 185.

New Currituck Inlet,
galley taken in,
vol. 16 p. 260.

New England,
vol. 1 p. 674.
vol. 2 p. 186, p. 765, p. 829.
vol. 7 p. 8, p. 516, p. 928.
vol. 8 p. v, p. 618.
vol. 16 p. 636.
vol. 18 p. 146.
act to forfeit charter,
vol. 1 pp. 552-554.
to restore to crown,
vol. 25 pp. 149-50.
Adams on gov't of,
vol. 11 p. 322.
advantage from paper currency,
vol. 8 p. 18.
adventures from,
vol. 1 p. 95, p. 145, p. 149.
Albemarle, trade to be turned from,
vol. 1 p. 232.
appointment of committees discussed by,
vol. 11 pp. 389-390.
arms to be secured in,
Baptist immigration from,
vol. 5 p. 1166.
church laws of Presbyterians and Independents quoted,
vol. 9 p. 83.
colonies in,
vol. 1 p. 225.
Congregational church controls in,
vol. 1 p. 226.
connection with N. C. indicated,
control over by Mass.,
vol. 11 p. 419.
controls action of C. C. and disposition towards others,
vol. 17 pp. 173-4.
convention of,
vol. 14 p. 214.
convicts not wanted,
vol. 1 pp. 477-478.
Culpepper leaves,
vol. 1 p. 259.
cut off from fishing and trade,
vol. 10 p. 58.
dissenters from,
vol. 6 p. 265.
disturbances in,
vol. 1 p. 371.
duty on tobacco sent to,
efforts to ruin trade of,
vol. 5 p. 221.
emigration to C.,
vol. 1 p. 248.
esteems Gates,
vol. 11 p. 570.
expedition against Penobscot fails,
vol. 14 p. 202.
favors assumption,
vol. 22 p. 795.
fees in,
vol. 3 p. 606, p. 614.
fisheries of,
vol. 3 p. xvi.
flour exported to N. C.,
vol. 5 p. xlii.
furnished model for vestry law,
vol. 6 pp. 11-12.
gov't of,
vol. 1 p. 528.
governor on pirates,
vol. 1 p. 518.
governors to allow emigration to C.,
vol. 1 p. 58.
to make feint on Canada,
vol. 5 p. 112.
Holden on trade policy of,
vol. 1 pp. 245-246.
illegal trade from,
vol. 1 p. 461.
immigrants from,
vol. 4 p. 1312.
vol. 5 p. 1150.
imports from,
vol. 2 p. 156.
independent of England,
vol. 2 p. 156.
languid,
vol. 11 p. 462.
leads in smuggling,
vol. 3 p. xvii.
losses in trade with,
vol. 3 p. 430.
may import salt direct,
vol. 1 p. 501.
merchants of,
vol. 2 p. 252.
Methodists from,
militia slow,
vol. 11 p. 570.
negro in,
vol. 1 p. 517.
New Lights in,
vol. 5 p. 1175, p. 1176.
vol. 7 p. 102.
N. Y. jealous of,
vol. 11 p. 460.
no fears to be entertained from,
vol. 11 p. 419.
N. C. products sent to,
vol. 1 p. 287.
not allowed to fish,
vol. 9 p. 1208.
or trade,
vol. 10 p. 12, p. 20.
paper money restrained in,
vol. 5 p. 607.
peddling from,
vol. 3 p. xvii, p. 336.
pine of inferior to N. C. pine,
vol. 7 p. 440.
proposals of settlement from,
provisions sent to,
vol. 8 p. xi.
Quaker migration to C. from,
vol. 1 p. 215.
raises troops,
vol. 10 p. 56.
restrained from fisheries,
vol. 10 p. 113.
self-government in,
vol. 1 p. 38.
sends ministers to N. C.,
vol. 3 pp. 429-430.
negroes to Va. and S. C.,
vol. 4 p. 172.
troops to Nova Scotia,
vol. 5 p. 407.
settlement from on Cape Fear,
vol. 1 p. x.
settlers from in Albemarle,
vol. 1 p. x, p. 388.
ship of brings Palatines,
vol. 1 p. 911.
ships tobacco outside of British Empire,
vol. 1 p. 245.
takes away N. C. tobacco,
vol. 4 p. 170.
tobacco smuggled to,
vol. 1 p. 243, p. 298.
vol. 3 pp. xvi-xvii.
trade with,
vol. 1 p. 663.
in provisions with,
vol. 2 p. 132.
limited by G. Br.,
vol. 9 p. 1186.
returns to be in pieces of 8,
vol. 1 p. 853.
with Charleston,
vol. 1 p. 467.
with N. C.,
vol. 4 p. 171, p. 172, p. 173.
with Sugar Islands,
vol. 4 p. 172.
traders from,
vol. 1 p. 325.
vol. 2 p. xii, p. xiv.
cause Culpepper Rebellion,
driven off by high fees,
vol. 3 p. 366.
governors encourage,
vol. 1 p. 286, p. 287.
object in starting rebellion,
vol. 1 p. 288.
oppose tobacco duty,
vol. 1 p. 309.
pay duty,
vol. 1 p. 292, p. 309.
pay no duty,
vol. 1 p. 292, p. 311.
secure goods in N. C.,
vol. 3 p. 50.
troops from,
vol. 17 p. 993.
flee from British,
vol. 10 p. 817.
in Carthagena expedition,
vol. 11 p. 42, p. 43, p. 45.
threaten Long Island,
vol. 10 pp. 823-824.

New England Chronicle,
extract from,
vol. 11 pp. 276-279.

New England Coin,
act on what is current in S. C.,
vol. 25 p. 142.

New England Rum,
price,
vol. 16 p. 1198.

New Englanders,
claim parts of C.,
vol. 1 p. 37.
detractions of Cape Fear corrected,
vol. 1 p. 71.
interests of provided for,
vol. 1 p. 94.
on Cape Fear, ment'd,
vol. 1 pp. 46-47.
settle Clarendon Co.,
vol. 1 p. 161.
spread bad report of Cape Fear and Florida,
vol. 1 p. 39, p. 148.
to fish on N. C. coast,
vol. 2 pp. 175-176.

New Exeter,
act to incorporate,
vol. 23 p. 399.
vol. 25 pp. 268-70.
inspection at,
vol. 23 p. 641.
vol. 25 p. 313, p. 379.

New Garden,
vol. 14 p. 594, p. 648.
act to vest land in Quakers,
vol. 25 p. 48.
requisition from,
vol. 8 p. 715.

New Garden M. M.,
act to vest lands in,
vol. 25 p. 48.

New Garden Q. M. H.,
Br. wounded left at,
vol. 17 p. 1007.

New Garden Settlement,
petition,
vol. 20 p. 155, p. 341.

New Hampshire,
vol. 6 p. 624.
vol. 7 p. 459.
vol. 10 p. 322.
vol. 13 p. 340.
vol. 15 p. 386.
vol. 16 p. 419, p. 420.
vol. 17 p. 172, p. 173, p. 459.
vol. 19 p. 708.
vol. 22 p. 33.
vol. 24 p. 406, p. 510.
act to forfeit charter,
vol. 1 pp. 552-4.
to restore to Crown,
vol. 25 pp. 149-50.
allowance to loan office,
vol. 20 p. 652.
amount of Continental money on hand,
vol. 16 p. 448.
and regulations of trade,
vol. 16 pp. 571-576.
and U. S. duties,
appeals refused in,
vol. 14 p. 258.
att'y gen. for,
vol. 1 p. 464.
convention with,
vol. 14 p. 214.
disputes with N. Y.,
vol. 17 p. 66.
follows example of N. C.,
vol. 10 p. ix.
free,
vol. 16 p. 749.
vol. 17 p. 5.
government of,
vol. 1 p. 225, p. 469, p. 470.
in vice admiralty district of Boston,
vol. 11 p. 218.
indifferent to western lands,
vol. 14 p. 218.
instructions to gov.,
vol. 11 p. 242, p. 244.
leaves C. C.,
vol. 22 p. 992.
letter to ment'd,
vol. 5 p. 486.
limits should be extended,
vol. 5 p. 464.
militia of defeats British,
vol. 11 p. 593.
number of troops from,
vol. 14 p. 272.
payment by,
vol. 17 p. 560.
pays in bills of credit,
vol. 16 p. 306.
population in 1755,
vol. 5 p. 470, p. 473.
quarrels with N. Y. over Vt.,
quota,
vol. 19 p. 946.
for public debt,
vol. 17 p. 60, p. 528.
to sink Cont. currency,
vol. 15 p. 401.
of revenue,
vol. 14 p. 306.
value,
vol. 15 p. 660.
raises troops,
vol. 10 p. 21.
reports on old emissions,
vol. 16 p. 311.
representation of in C. C.,
vol. 20 p. 632.
vol. 21 p. 441, p. 533, p. 534.
resolve on Fed. Conv.,
vol. 20 pp. 632-633.
seal for,
vol. 11 p. 311.
sends laws to C. C.,
vol. 17 p. 515.
share of sinking fund due from,
vol. 14 pp. 241-243.
tax on for forts,
vol. 5 p. 470, p. 473.
trade limited by Parl.,
vol. 9 p. 1186.
Vermont encroaches on,
vol. 16 p. 479.
votes to close Miss.,
vol. 22 p. 901.
wants and does not want duty,
vol. 16 p. 886.
wants pay for bounties,
vol. 15 p. 81, p. 95, pp. 97-98.
wolves and bears in,
vol. 14 p. 669.

New Hampshire Grants,
vol. 17 p. 137.
people of set up a gov't,
vol. 11 p. 460.

New Hanover Co.,
vol. 8 p. 142, p. 576, p. 687.
vol. 11 p. 730, p. 832.
vol. 14 p. 35, p. 65, p. 189.
vol. 17 p. 145, p. 698.
act for church in,
vol. 23 p. 368, p. 475.
for court,
vol. 25 pp. 274-87, p. 437.
for inspectors,
for J. P.'s to hold court in,
vol. 24 pp. 411-12.
for lottery to raise money for church,
vol. 23 p. 502.
vol. 25 pp. 391-2.
for parishes in,
vol. 25 pp. 298-304.
for road coms'rs,
vol. 23 p. 398.
vol. 25 pp. 263-4.
for tax for public building,
vol. 25 pp. 97-8.
for town in,
vol. 25 pp. 268-70.
on boundary,
vol. 23 pp. 686-7.
on elections,
vol. 24 pp. 767-8.
on jurors,
vol. 25 p. 442.
to add part of Brunswick to,
vol. 24 p. 985.
to alter method working roads,
vol. 23 pp. 910-11.
to cure titles,
vol. 24 p. 569.
to destroy vermin,
vol. 23 p. 971.
wild animals in,
vol. 4 pp. 749-50.
to divide,
vol. 25 p. 246, p. 247, p. 271.
to divide to be repealed,
vol. 5 p. 93, p. 117.
and to be reenacted,
vol. 5 pp. 405-407.
to divide militia,
vol. 24 pp. 947-8.
to fix time of court,
vol. 23 p. 292, p. 339.
vol. 24 p. 717.
vol. 25 p. 238, p. 288, p. 406.
to raise tax in,
vol. 25 pp. 97-8.
action on Stamps,
Association of,
vol. 10 p. 26.
Baptists in,
vol. 5 p. 1182.
bill for bridge in,
for church in,
for convenience of police in,
for inspectors,
for parish tax,
for road commissioners,
for road in,
vol. 6 p. 1271.
for road to,
for sheriffs to serve writs on river,
for tax,
vol. 21 p. 836.
on burning woods in,
vol. 8 p. 103, p. 138.
on election,
on fences,
vol. 21 p. 796, p. 957.
on musters,
on road,
relating to stock,
vol. 4 p. 826, p. 827.
to add part of Brunswick to,
vol. 20 p. 504, p. 508, p. 553.
to add part to Sampson,
vol. 21 p. 252, p. 621.
to allow J. P.'s to hold courts,
to alter boundaries,
to alter method of working on roads,
to alter time of elections,
to alter time and place of elections,
vol. 20 p. 21, p. 51, p. 75, p. 90.
to alter time of holding court,
to confirm vestry,
to destroy birds and squirrels,
to dissolve vestry,
to divide,
defeated,
vol. 6 p. 972, pp. 985-6.
to divide St. James's Parish,
to erect town in,
vol. 4 p. 235.
to establish town in,
vol. 4 p. 235.
to finish churches in,
to fix bounds,
to increase tax,
vol. 21 p. 1007.
to run line of,
vol. 6 p. 820.
Bloodworth on raising of troops in,
vol. 14 pp. 35-36.
bond of clerk,
vol. 9 p. 980.
case of J. P.'s,
cases of tried in Wilmington,
vol. 23 p. 253.
census of 1790,
charter not repealed and representation in assem.,
clergy in,
vol. 8 p. 221, p. 222.
clothing for troops due from,
vol. 12 p. 639, p. 749.
contested election from,
vol. 16 p. 5, pp. 31-32.
corn not to be exported from,
vol. 7 p. 428.
council held in,
vol. 4 pp. 1-5.
court days,
debts due to,
vol. 8 pp. 280-1.
election contest in,
vol. 22 p. 12, p. 13.
erected,
vol. 6 p. 227.
extract from minutes of superior court on revolutionary service,
vol. 15 pp. 784-789.
field officers chosen,
vol. 9 p. 1157.
grand jurors,
vol. 5 p. 166.
congratulate Dobbs,
vol. 5 pp. 334-335.
grant of 60,000 acres in,
vol. 4 p. 73, p. 74.
guard over salt works needed,
vol. 13 p. 814.
in Wilmington dist.,
vol. 15 p. 377.
inspection places in,
vol. 23 p. 641, p. 790, p. 791.
J. P.'s in,
vol. 7 p. 279, p. 702.
vol. 9 p. 75.
vol. 23 p. 995.
land grants in,
vol. 5 p. 657, p. 944.
land patents in to be produced,
vol. 4 p. 58.
letter from,
vol. 19 p. 6, p. 8.
Martin on sedition in,
vol. 10 p. 147.
members of assem.,
vol. 8 p. 113, p. 118, p. 303.
vol. 15 p. 222.
vol. 16 p. 2.
vol. 18 p. 2, p. 69, p. 227, p. 258.
members in Conv. 1788 and 1789,
vol. 22 p. 3, p. 7, p. 11, p. 12, p. 13, p. 38.
members in Prov. Congress,
members not admitted from,
vol. 3 p. 575.
memorial in favor of Smith,
vol. 6 pp. 58-60.
militia complaints on officers,
vol. 22 p. 931.
in,
vol. 5 p. 575, p. 576, p. 603.
in regulation campaign,
vol. 19 p. 838, p. 843.
vol. 22 p. 469.
in Sp. alarm (?),
vol. 22 pp. 274-6.
officers,
vol. 20 p. 272, p. 460.
organized,
returns,
to go to S. C.,
vol. 5 p. 816.
to be raised,
vol. 17 p. 678.
Moseley wants land in,
vol. 3 p. 471.
Murray's note allowed in,
new county out of,
vol. 6 p. 1036.
no troops to be raised in for S. C.,
vol. 4 p. 633.
number members in assem.,
vol. 5 p. 87.
officers,
vol. 19 p. 298.
organization of troops,
owes state,
vol. 21 p. 1076.
parishes and ministers in,
vol. 7 p. 457, p. 541.
petition from,
vol. 5 p. 246.
vol. 16 pp. 24-25.
considered,
vol. 16 p. 75, pp. 106-107.
for benefit of debtors,
vol. 6 p. 146.
for Newton as county seat,
vol. 4 pp. 509-510.
for town at Cross Creek,
vol. 6 pp. 485-486.
on roads and ferry,
on imprisonment of debtors,
vol. 5 p. 754.
place for minister,
vol. 24 p. 819.
rents are payable,
vol. 4 p. 187, p. 372, p. 400.
population,
vol. 6 p. 986.
vol. 18 p. iii, p. 433.
Presbyterians in,
prison bounds in,
vol. 23 p. 674.
protests against Prov. Cong.,
vol. 10 p. 293.
public revenue from,
vol. 9 p. 647, p. 648.
quit rents from,
vol. 9 p. 608.
reasons it was not divided,
vol. 6 p. 598.
regulations on militia,
vol. 13 p. 415.
report on militia,
vol. 5 p. 163.
on troops,
vol. 16 p. 536.
resolution on action of magistrates,
road coms'rs for,
vol. 23 p. 220.
road law for,
vol. 23 pp. 447-448.
Safety Com.,
sheriffs,
vol. 4 p. 347, p. 947.
vol. 5 p. 976.
vol. 6 p. 59, p. 739, p. 742.
skirmish in,
vol. 15 p. 786, p. 789.
special payment to sheriff,
vol. 4 p. 807.
supreme ct. of held in Wilmington,
vol. 5 p. 260.
tax in,
vol. 19 p. 707.
vol. 23 pp. 134-135.
taxables in,
vol. 5 p. 320, p. 575, p. 603.
to be patrolled,
vol. 10 p. 25.
to be taxed for hospital,
vol. 6 p. 1200.
Tories in,
vol. 22 p. 731.
treasurer of,
vol. 5 p. 337.
vol. 23 p. 349, p. 400.
troops discharged,
vol. 11 pp. 557-558.
to be raised in,
vol. 13 p. 411.
vol. 24 p. 154, p. 156.
writ of election to,
vol. 4 p. 1041.
See Also - New Hanover Precinct.

New Hanover Dep't,
money drawn for,
vol. 15 p. 61.

New Hanover District,
vol. 9 p. 405, p. 515.
recruiting officer for,
vol. 22 p. 928.

New Hanover Precinct,
act to establish and divide,
disputed election,
vol. 4 p. 117.
divided,
vol. 3 p. 450.
erected,
vol. 3 p. 454.
J. P.'s in,
vol. 3 p. 418.
vol. 4 p. 4, p. 46, p. 218, p. 275.
members of assem.,
vol. 3 p. 562.
vol. 8 p. 106.
petitions for embargo on grain,
vol. 4 p. 283.
town in,
vol. 3 p. 261, p. 296.
treasurer,
vol. 3 p. 323.
vol. 4 p. 106, p. 136, p. 155.
See Also - New Hanover Co.

New Haven, Conn.,
vol. 9 p. 1231, p. 1232.
vol. 17 p. 118.
vol. 18 p. 794.
vol. 22 p. 288, p. 514.
Dutch vessel at,
vol. 1 p. 469.

New Hope,
mill on proposed,
vol. 22 p. 630.

New Hope, Orange Co.,
vol. 16 p. 191.
vol. 22 p. 557.

New Hope Camp,
vol. 8 p. 578, p. 600, p. 668.

New Hope Church,
vol. 5 p. 1215.

New Hope Creek,
vol. 19 p. 839.

New Inlet,
vol. 11 p. 551.
vol. 16 p. 242.
vol. 24 p. 506, p. 507, p. 852.
vol. 25 p. 71, p. 72.
act on navigation,
vol. 24 pp. 587-8.

New Inlet Bar,
vol. 21 p. 668.

New Inn,
vol. 5 p. 617.

New Jersey,
vol. 4 p. 587.
vol. 7 p. 459.
vol. 8 p. xxvi, p. 643.
vol. 9 p. 1067, p. 1068.
vol. 10 p. 390, p. 908.
vol. 13 p. viii.
vol. 15 p. 194, p. 386.
vol. 16 p. 401, p. 420, p. 761.
vol. 17 p. 173, p. 598.
vol. 18 p. 651, p. 724.
vol. 20 p. 677, p. 694, p. 775.
a proprietary colony,
vol. 1 p. 225.
act of on settlement of accounts,
vol. 16 pp. 350-353.
to forfeit charter,
vol. 1 pp. 552-554.
to restore to crown,
vol. 25 pp. 149-50.
to restrain trade of,
allowance to Loan office,
vol. 20 p. 652.
and Albany Union,
vol. 5 p. xx.
and U. S. duties,
asked to raise militia,
vol. 17 p. 89.
brigs wrecked on coast of,
vol. 13 p. 4.
British in,
vol. 14 p. 502.
to escape from,
vol. 11 p. 503.
to forage in,
vol. 11 p. 383.
confusion in,
vol. 1 p. 537.
constitution ment'd,
vol. 10 p. 868.
currency good,
vol. 22 p. 993.
cut off from trade,
vol. 10 p. 58.
favors assumption,
vol. 22 p. 795.
free,
vol. 16 p. 749.
vol. 17 p. 5.
immigrants from,
vol. 4 p. 1312.
vol. 5 p. liv, p. 1204.
vol. 6 p. 614.
vol. 11 p. 431.
in C. C.,
vol. 20 p. 603, p. 632.
vol. 21 p. 441, p. 533, p. 534.
in vice admiralty dist. of Phila.,
vol. 11 p. 218.
influence of Pa. over,
vol. 11 p. 419.
instructions to gov.,
vol. 11 p. 242.
jealous of western territory,
vol. 11 p. 377.
laws of sent to N. C.,
vol. 18 p. 247.
vol. 22 p. 991.
letter to ment'd,
vol. 5 p. 486.
liberty spirit in,
vol. 9 p. 1156.
militia called for,
vol. 14 p. 214.
joins Washington,
vol. 22 p. 972.
ordered out,
vol. 16 p. 854.
Moravians in,
vol. 5 p. 1156.
N. C. troops in,
vol. 14 p. 361, p. 362, p. 363.
number of troops from,
vol. 14 p. 272.
paper currency in,
vol. 18 pp. 742-743.
payment by,
vol. 17 p. 560.
pays in bills of credit,
vol. 16 p. 306.
plan to make it more useful,
vol. 1 pp. 473-474.
population in 1755,
vol. 5 p. 470, p. 472, p. 473.
Presby. missions from,
vol. 5 p. 1215.
proposed quo warrants against,
vol. 1 pp. 352-354.
proposes to use its taxes to pay its own soldiers,
vol. 16 pp. 898-899.
quota for public debt,
vol. 17 p. 58, p. 60, p. 513, p. 528.
of revenue,
vol. 14 p. 307.
to sink Cont. currency,
vol. 15 p. 401.
to U. S.,
vol. 18 p. 667, p. 704.
vol. 19 p. 946.
value,
vol. 15 p. 660.
raises troops,
vol. 10 p. 21.
vol. 22 p. 516.
report on old emissions,
vol. 16 p. 311.
request for ministers to,
vol. 5 p. 1226.
seal for,
vol. 11 p. 211.
share of sinking fund due from,
vol. 14 pp. 241-243.
tax on for forts,
vol. 5 p. 471, p. 473.
to reinforce Washington,
vol. 11 p. 383.
troops of at Germantown,
vol. 11 p. 785.
in Carthagena expedition,
vol. 11 p. 42, p. 43.
vol. 15 p. 752.
raised in,
vol. 10 p. 315.
sent to Washington,
vol. 12 p. 14.
votes to close Miss.,
vol. 22 p. 901.
wants Federal Capital,
no duty,
vol. 16 p. 886.

New Jersey Irish Volunteers,
vol. 14 p. 517.

New Jersey Synod,
vol. 5 p. 1218.

New Jerusalem Church,
history,
vol. 8 p. 742.

New Kent Co., Va.,
vol. 15 p. 502.
vol. 22 p. 536.
immigration from,
vol. 5 p. 1214.
tithables in 1756,
vol. 5 p. 565.

New Kent C. H., Va.,
vol. 22 p. 1032.

New Light Anabaptists,
near Wilington,
vol. 6 p. 730.

New Light Baptists,
vol. 22 p. 752.
attend Episcopal services,
vol. 8 p. 228, p. 229.
in Brunswick Co.,
vol. 7 p. 164.
in Northampton,
vol. 9 p. 326.
oppose hearing arms,
vol. 10 pp. 699-700.
trouble Taylor,
vol. 9 p. 23.

New Light Church,
vol. 5 p. 1184.

New Lights,
among Presbyterians,
vol. 5 p. 1218.
come to N. C. from N. E.,
vol. 7 p. 102.
in Beaufort Co.,
vol. 7 p. 126.
in Mecklenburg Co.,
vol. 7 p. 241.
in N. C. and excesses,
vol. 7 pp. 286-287.

New London, Conn.,
vol. 9 p. 1229.
vol. 11 p. 767.
vol. 16 p. 636.
vol. 18 p. 539.
vol. 19 p. 708.
defenses of,
vol. 17 p. 81, p. 118, p. 119.
favors Scotch trade,
vol. 1 p. 469.

New London, Va.,
arms at,
vol. 16 p. 628, p. 635.

New Mexico,
trade with,
vol. 6 p. 1320.

New Mill Creek,
canal from,
vol. 18 p. 506.

New Orleans,
vol. 5 p. 569.
vol. 6 p. 259.
vol. 7 p. 239, p. 280.
vol. 17 p. 519.
vol. 22 p. 901.
ceded to Spain,
vol. 6 p. 1320.
French troops at,
vol. 5 p. 173.
trade with likely to be lost,
vol. 14 p. 244.

New Orleans Island,
vol. 13 p. 229.
vol. 22 p. 765.

New Pearth Lutheran Church,
history,

New Pennsylvania (Pinsilvania) Co.,
law suit,
vol. 2 p. 91, p. 113.

New Plimouth Colony,
government,
vol. 1 p. 225.

New Plymouth,
privateersman at,
vol. 1 p. 349.

New Port, N. Y.,
vol. 18 p. 687.

New Providence,
vol. 15 p. 160, p. 162.

New Providence, Bahamas,
vol. 13 p. 36, p. 229, p. 482.
vol. 15 p. 537.
vol. 22 p. 230, p. 239.
brig. arrives from,
vol. 13 p. vi.
convicts sent to U. S. from,
vol. 21 p. 500.
imports from,
vol. 2 p. 156.
pirates run to,
vol. 22 p. 765.
taken by Spaniards,
vol. 2 p. 277.
testimony taken in,
vol. 6 pp. 239-240.

New Providence Church,
vol. 5 p. 1225, p. 1226.

New River,
vol. 1 p. 990.
vol. 3 p. 256, p. 364.
vol. 6 p. 1079.
vol. 7 p. 213.
vol. 8 p. 577.
vol. 11 p. 486, p. 493, p. 619.
vol. 22 p. 136, p. 138.
vol. 24 p. 143.
vol. 25 p. 50.
bill for town on,
vol. 17 p. 320, p. 355.
vol. 20 p. 34.
on passage of fish,
to improve navigation of,
to prevent use of seines in,
Board of Trade on act to improve navigation,
vol. 6 p. 708.
British on,
vol. 15 p. 569.
move towards,
vol. 15 p. 627.
inspection at,
vol. 23 p. 641, p. 791.
vol. 25 p. 313, p. 379.
land grant on,
vol. 6 p. 80.
militia to be raised for protection of,
vol. 17 p. 828, p. 829.
new colony at,
vol. 3 p. 624.
petition from,
vol. 21 p. 954.
quit rents paid at,
vol. 25 p. 218.
settlements reach,
vol. 1 p. xi.
settles on,
vol. 11 p. 197.
trade to,
vol. 13 p. iv.
troops at,
vol. 10 p. 546, p. 547.

New River (Onslow),
vol. 5 p. 353.
vol. 6 p. 562.
vol. 13 p. 464.
act for school,
vol. 24 p. 535.
for town on,
repealed,
vol. 25
repealed,
vol. 25 p. 330.
on navigation,
bill for navigation,
British on,
vol. 15 p. 520.
vol. 22 p. 541.
and Americans on,
vol. 22 pp. 538-9.

New River, Tenn.,
troops for defence of,
vol. 17 p. 915, p. 917.

New River, Va.,
vol. 5 p. 357.
and Cherokee boundary,
vol. 7 p. 268.
Indian boundary of,
vol. 11 p. 567.
disturbances on,
vol. 11 p. 11.
lead found on,
vol. 5 p. 356.
Spangenberg explores,
vol. 5 p. 1146.
to be line of white migration,
vol. 11 p. 190.
Tories on,
vol. 14 p. 162, p. 176.

New River Chapel,
British threaten,
vol. 22 p. 537, p. 544.

New River Ferry,
vol. 7 p. 149.
on post route,
vol. 7 p. 413, p. 454.

New River Inlet,
vol. 6 p. 608.
vol. 23 p. 542.
act to make port of,
vol. 24 pp. 850-1.
bill to erect into port,
inspection at,
vol. 24 p. 581.
vol. 25 p. 379.
troops at,
vol. 10 p. 546.

New River Lottery,
act on,
vol. 23 pp. 542-4.

New River Parish,
Marsden in,
vol. 3 p. 392.

New River Road,
vol. 23 p. 120.

New Roeder's Church, Va.,
Lutheran Synod meets at,
vol. 8 p. 773.

New Seneca,
vol. 21 p. 530, p. 531, p. 534.

New Spain,
vol. 20 p. 376.

New Store,
place,
vol. 5 p. 1209.

New Testament,
vol. 2 p. 583.
vol. 22 p. 668.
belief in demanded,
vol. 10 p. 1011.
as necessary for holding office,
vol. 10 p. 241, p. 870d.
vol. 23 p. 983.

New Topsail (Newtopsail),
vol. 24 p. 947.
election at,
vol. 11 p. 658.
petition of militia from,
vol. 11 p. 757.

New Topsail Company,
vol. 10 p. 620.
report on,
vol. 22 pp. 386-8.

New Topsail District,
complaints on militia officers,
vol. 22 p. 931.

New Topsail Inlet,
vol. 3 p. 256.
vol. 6 p. 78, p. 608.
vol. 11 p. 301.
battery at,
vol. 5 p. 571.
character,
vol. 6 p. 1027, p. 1028.
fort to be at,
vol. 5 p. 497.
inspection at,
vol. 24 p. 581.

New Topsail Sound,
vol. 4 p. 219.
bill to destroy birds and squirrels,
inspection at,
vol. 23 p. 641, p. 791.
vol. 25 p. 313, p. 379.

New Town (Anson),
act to incorporate,
vol. 24 pp. 537-8.

New Town (Beaufort),
vol. 23 p. 807.

New Town (Onslow),
act for school,
vol. 24 pp. 534-5.

New Windsor,
bill to erect,

New Windsor, Conn. (?),
vol. 14 p. 152.

New Windsor, Conn.,
vol. 14 p. 326, p. 366.
vol. 16 p. 647.
N. C. troops at,
vol. 14 p. 356, p. 357.

New Windsor, (N. J. ?),
vol. 12 p. 471.

New Windsor Hospital,
vol. 14 p. 294.

New York City,
vol. 5 p. 477, p. 1154.
Amer. army near,
vol. 10 p. 863, p. 864.
British in,
vol. 14 p. 129, p. 199.
vol. 15 pp. 537-8.
besieged in,
vol. 15 p. 536, p. 574, p. 575.
fleet at,
vol. 15 p. 57, p. 58.
sail to,
vol. 15 p. 574, p. 575, p. 585.
blocked at,
vol. 14 p. 650.
leaves,
vol. 22 p. 986.
return to,
vol. 15 p. 542.
from Va.,
vol. 15 p. 570, p. 571.
to evacuate,
vol. 15 p. 546.
vol. 22 p. 984, p. 987.
to go to,
vol. 15 p. 508.
to hold,
vol. 15 p. 454.
burned,
vol. 10 p. 819.
capture by U. S. considered,
vol. 15 p. 58.
congress to meet in,
vol. 17 p. 116.
DeGraffenried's description of,
vol. 1 p. 972.
evacuation of by Br. considered and carrying off Amer. property,
discussed,
indicated,
vol. 14 p. 47.
fortified but abandoned,
Howe's success in overestimated,
vol. 10 pp. 864-865.
Lee to fortify,
vol. 10 pp. 447-448.
left by Washington,
Leslie returns to,
vol. 15 p. xiii.
most important in expulsion of Br.,
vol. 15 p. 774.
N. C. troops asked for and ordered to,
post from to Williamsburg,
vol. 6 p. 1058.
situation of Cont. Army,
vol. 10 pp. 790-791.
threatened,
vol. 14 p. 563, p. 564.
by Americans,
vol. 13 p. 464.
to be seiged,
vol. 22 p. 554.
to be evacuated,
vol. 13 p. 235, p. 238.
trade with,
vol. 6 p. 969.
Washington advances on,
vol. 14 p. 216.

New York Congress of 1765,
vol. 9 p. xxix.
resolutions of,
vol. 7 pp. 121-122.

New York Gazette,
vol. 13 p. 368.

New York Gazette and Weekly Mercury,
extracts from on regulation,

New York Historical Society,
vol. 10 p. 340.
extracts from archives of,
vol. 14 pp. 496-768.

New York Journal,
vol. 11 p. 756.

New York Lutheran Synod,
vol. 8 p. 773.

New York Packet,
extract from,
vol. 11 pp. 289-290.

New York sloop,
leaves N. C.,
vol. 2 p. 25.

New York State,
vol. 1 p. 968, p. 972.
vol. 4 p. 14, p. 820.
vol. 7 p. x, p. 459.
vol. 12 p. 497, p. 523.
vol. 15 p. 259, p. 261, p. 386.
vol. 19 p. 853, p. 899.
a proprietary colony,
vol. 1 p. 224.
accounts of exd'n, to ment'd,
vol. 6 p. 373.
aid in defence of,
vol. 5 p. 1001.
to Va. in French war,
vol. 5 p. 395.
allowance to Loan office,
vol. 20 p. 652.
Amer. army assigned to,
vol. 10 p. 85.
and confederation,
vol. 13 p. 386.
and impost,
vol. 18 p. 721.
and organization of Vt.,
vol. 17 p. 89.
and U. S. duties,
appointment of clerks in,
vol. 10 p. 404.
of Tryon to ment'd,
vol. 8 p. 619.
arms to be secured in,
vol. 2 p. 192, p. 194.
asked to raise militia,
vol. 17 p. 89.
assembly loyal,
vol. 9 p. 1255, p. 1280.
petition's King,
vol. 9 p. 1246.
vol. 10 p. 226.
atty general for,
vol. 1 p. 464.
British arrive at,
vol. 14 p. 476.
fleet arrives at,
vol. 10 p. 67.
vol. 14 p. 748.
fleet to be assembled,
vol. 15 p. 245.
fleet leaves,
grievances against,
vol. 18 pp. 561-562.
retreat to,
vol. 14 p. 213.
troops arrive in,
vol. 14 p. 199, p. 201, p. 205.
burned,
vol. 10 p. 819.
career of Tryon in,
cedes western lands to U. S.,
vol. 16 p. 438, p. 888.
vol. 17 p. 94, p. 99, p. 458.
vol. 18 p. 715.
vol. 21 p. 504.
vol. 24 p. 679.
changes name of Tryon Co.,
vol. 8 p. xxxv.
Clinton cut off from,
vol. 15 p. 707.
sails from,
vol. 15 p. 661.
condition of army in,
vol. 10 p. 810.
conduct of authorities in granting Indian lands,
vol. 6 p. 584.
Congress denied by,
vol. 9 p. 1164.
conquest of desirable,
vol. 10 p. 413.
controversy with Moss,
vol. 22 pp. 632-3.
convention with,
vol. 14 p. 214.
converted to independence,
vol. 9 p. 1247.
convicts not wanted,
vol. 1 pp. 477-8.
could not resist Pa. and Mass.,
vol. 11 p. 420.
courts in,
vol. 9 p. 1226, p. 1227.
considered,
vol. 10 p. 402.
currrency,
vol. 6 p. 287.
equal to silver,
vol. 22 p. 993.
defense of,
vol. 5 p. 465.
vol. 10 p. 720.
disarms Tories,
vol. 10 p. 449.
disputes with N. H.,
vol. 17 p. 66.
Dutch goods shipped to,
vol. 1 p. 469.
East Jersey and Conn. to be annexed to,
vol. 1 pp. 441-442.
emigration to C.,
vol. 1 p. 248.
to S. C. from,
vol. 1 p. 221.
expedition to,
expenses of N. C. troops in,
exports by way of,
vol. 5 p. 318.
Fanning surveyor gen. for,
vol. 8 p. xli, p. 230.
favored in matter of trade,
vol. 10 p. xv.
favors assumption,
vol. 22 p. 795.
favors to in trade,
vol. 9 p. 1208.
financial system commended,
vol. 9 p. 1195.
free,
vol. 16 p. 749.
vol. 17 p. 5.
government on pirates,
vol. 1 p. 518.
to make feint on Canada,
vol. 5 p. 112.
governorship not worth as much as N. C.,
vol. 8 p. 191.
wanted by Tryon,
vol. 8 p. 212.
grain scarce in,
vol. 9 p. 327.
grants of Indian lands in,
vol. 6 p. 1161.
imports from,
vol. 2 p. 156.
in C. C.,
vol. 20 p. 603, p. 632.
vol. 21 p. 533, p. 534.
in vice admiralty district of Phila-
vol. 11 p. 218.
Indians of to be used in S. C.,
vol. 2 p. 234.
inducements to Toryism in,
vol. 9 p. 1165.
instructions to gov.,
vol. 11 p. 242, p. 244.
invaded by Burgoyne,
vol. 11 p. 594.
jealous of N. C.,
vol. 11 p. 460.
joins American cause,
vol. 10 p. 21.
judges in,
vol. 6 p. 585.
lands of claimed by Mass.,
vol. 17 pp. 98-99.
law of repealed,
vol. 6 p. 751.
legislative power suspended,
vol. 7 p. 748.
letter to ment'd,
vol. 5 p. 486.
liberty in,
vol. 9 p. 1279.
location,
vol. 1 p. 468.
vol. 2 p. 351.
loyalty in,
man of war sails to from Va.,
vol. 1 p. 968.
militia called for,
vol. 14 p. 214.
opposes British,
vol. 11 p. 593.
Moravians in,
vol. 5 p. 1156.
missions in,
vol. 5 p. 1145.
N. C. troops in,
vol. 5 p. 640.
not to go to,
vol. 10 p. 878.
sent to,
vol. 5 p. 601, p. 739, p. 749.
not seduced by trade advantage,
vol. 10 p. 22.
number of troops from,
vol. 14 p. 272.
payment by,
vol. 17 p. 560.
pays in bills of credit,
vol. 16 p. 306.
petition to on command of Highlanders,
vol. 10 p. 13.
pirates go to,
vol. 2 p. 325.
plan to make it more useful,
vol. 1 pp. 473-474.
policy of in matter of its Prov. Cong.,
vol. 9 p. 1281.
population in 1755,
vol. 5 p. 470, p. 473.
prisoners from,
vol. 16 p. 673.
proposed central congress to meet in,
vol. 1 p. 474.
protests of mentioned,
vol. 10 p. 673, p. 674.
Prov. Cong. of,
vol. 10 p. 85.
Hooper and Hewes to on powder for Martin,
vol. 10 p. 84.
on White's letter,
vol. 10 pp. 74-75.
provisions sent to,
vol. 6 p. 286.
quarrels with N. H. over Vt.,
vol. 17 pp. 136-138.
with Vt.,
vol. 17 p. 174.
quota,
vol. 19 p. 946.
for public debt,
vol. 17 p. 60, p. 513, p. 528.
of revenue,
vol. 14 p. 307.
to sink Cont. currency,
vol. 15 p. 401.
to U. S.,
vol. 18 p. 667, p. 668, p. 704.
value,
vol. 15 p. 660.
raises troops,
vol. 22 p. 516.
reinforcements from,
vol. 15 p. 90.
report on old emissions,
vol. 16 p. 371.
representation of in C. C.,
resolutions by,
vol. 18 p. 687.
resolutions of Cont. Cong. on trade of
vol. 10 p. 411.
Safety Com. to delegates in Cont. Cong. on arrival of Clinton with troops,
vol. 10 pp. 428-429.
salt imported from,
seal for,
vol. 11 p. 211.
seat of war,
vol. 9 p. 1280.
secretary says Senecas will join Tuscaroras,
vol. 1 p. 861.
sends flour and biscuit to N. C.,
vol. 2 pp. 278-279.
laws to C. C.,
vol. 17 p. 515.
share of sinking fund due from,
vol. 14 pp. 241-243.
Sons of Liberty in,
vol. 7 p. 1.
supports American cause,
vol. 10 p. 57.
tax on forts,
vol. 5 p. 471, p. 473.
time necessary for dispatches,
vol. 6 p. 733.
to emit paper,
vol. 18 p. 601.
trade with,
vol. 5 p. xliii.
considerable,
vol. 9 p. 1148.
troops of arrive in Va.,
vol. 5 p. 129, p. 130.
delayed,
vol. 5 p. 131.
in Carthagena expedition,
vol. 11 p. 42, p. 43.
vol. 15 p. 752.
need officers,
vol. 5 p. 134.
raised in,
vol. 9 p. 1249.
sent to,
vol. 9 p. 1210.
vol. 11 p. 349, p. 353.
to come to Va.,
vol. 5 p. 111.
true to Amer. liberty,
vol. 9 p. 1143.
Tryon asks for governorship of,
vol. 8 p. 170.
becomes gov.,
vol. 7 p. iii, p. xxxiv.
sets out to,
vol. 8 p. 626, p. 627.
Vt. encroaches on,
vol. 16 p. 479.
votes to close Miss.,
vol. 22 p. 901.
wants duty,
vol. 16 p. 886.
Federal capital,

New York Synod,
vol. 7 p. 815, p. 848, p. 859.
sends missionaries to N. C.,
vol. 5 p. 1199, p. 1203.

New York Volunteers,
to be left in Camden,
vol. 15 p. 278.
to invade N. C.,
vol. 15 p. 261.

Newall, John,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 235.

Newark, Nicholas,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1127.

Newbegun Creek,
vol. 1 p. 446.
vol. 22 p. 344.
vol. 23 p. 12.
inspection at,
vol. 23 p. 641, p. 792.
vol. 24 p. 581.
vol. 25 p. 313, p. 379.
M. M. at,
vol. 1 p. 688, p. 813.

Newballe, Lady,
vol. 19 p. 918.

Newbern, Thos.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1124.

Newbern (New Bern, New Berne, Newberne, Nuborn, Newburn),
vol. 1 p. 756, p. 981.
vol. 9 p. iii, p. iv, p. v, p. vi, p. xxxiv, p. xxxviii, p. 4, p. 5, p. 9, p. 13, p. 14, p. 16, p. 19, p. 21, p. 24, p. 25, p. 27, p. 28, p. 29, p. 32, p. 33, p. 36, p. 41, p. 48, p. 53, p. 66, p. 71, p. 75, p. 78, p. 107, p. 133, p. 136, p. 176, p. 196, p. 215, p. 223, p. 224, p. 228, p. 230, p. 236, p. 238, p. 244, p. 245, p. 252260, p. 263, p. 268, p. 271, p. 277, p. 283, p. 292, p. 304, p. 305, p. 307, p. 311, p. 317, p. 324, p. 333, p. 336, p. 337, p. 341, p. 343, p. 346, p. 347, p. 353, p. 357, p. 364, p. 367, p. 370, p. 371, p. 372, p. 373, p. 380, p. 385, p. 403, p. 407, p. 410, p. 413, p. 417, p. 419, p. 426, p. 429, p. 431, p. 432, p. 444, p. 446, p. 447, p. 456, p. 458, p. 460, p. 465, p. 467, p. 468, p. 496, p. 501, p. 505, p. 507, p. 511, p. 514, p. 519, p. 521, p. 524, p. 529, p. 533, p. 534, p. 536, p. 537, p. 539, p. 541, p. 550, p. 551, p. 552, p. 556, p. 651, p. 652, p. 569, p. 570, p. 575, p. 578, p. 580, p. 587, p. 594, p. 595, p. 598, p. 611, p. 612, p. 613, p. 618, p. 623, p. 635, p. 641, p. 642, p. 645, p. 646, p. 651, p. 655, p. 659, p. 665, p. 668, p. 669, p. 671, p. 675, p. 677, p. 678, p. 685, p. 690, p. 693, p. 695, p. 697, p. 698, p. 709, p. 713, p. 733, p. 742, p. 750, p. 762, p. 791, p. 804, p. 813, p. 814, p. 858, p. 859, p. 872, p. 874, p. 878, p. 883, p. 888, p. 893, p. 897, p. 919, p. 920, p. 923, p. 924, p. 929, p. 931, p. 937, p. 943, p. 944, p. 945, p. 948, p. 958, p. 967, p. 969, p. 977, p. 978, p. 979, p. 989, p. 994, p. 995, p. 1006, p. 1008, p. 1009, p. 1014, p. 1020, p. 1026, p. 1027, p. 1030, p. 1050, p. 1055, p. 1056, p. 1057, p. 1061, p. 1071, p. 1073, p. 1078, p. 1082, p. 1083, p. 1097, p. 1114, p. 1116, p. 1125, p. 1126, p. 1132, p. 1134, p. 1143, p. 1145, p. 1146, p. 1155, p. 1164, p. 1166, p. 1172, p. 1174, p. 1177, p. 1187, p. 1196, p. 1198, p. 1202, p. 1205, p. 1206, p. 1211, p. 1212, p. 1221, p. 1223, p. 1237, p. 1242, p. 1254, p. 1257.
accounts of public offices at,
vol. 5 p. 969.
act for better setting,
vol. 23 p. 110, p. 334.
vol. 25 pp. 204-5.
for church in
for court,
for court dist.,
vol. 25 pp. 433-49.
for C. H. in,
vol. 23 p. 546.
vol. 25 pp. 462-3.
for lottery for poor house,
vol. 24 pp. 821-3.
for public offices in,
vol. 25 p. 181.
for school house in,
vol. 24 pp. 607-9, p. 825.
vol. 25 pp. 484-5, p. 516.
on navigation,
on palace,
on public buildings in,
vol. 23 pp. 744-5, p. 832.
to amend acts regulating,
vol. 7 p. 989.
to collect taxes in,
vol. 23 pp. 832-3.
to confirm lots in,
vol. 23 pp. 364-365.
to declare lots saved for public school disallowed,
vol. 8 p. 616.
to establish maritime court in,
vol. 24 pp. 686-8.
to fence,
to finish C. H. in,
vol. 23 p. 508.
vol. 25 pp. 401-2.
to get list of taxables for,
vol. 23 pp. 961-3.
to improve navigation,
vol. 24 p. 875.
to incorporate Epis. church,
vol. 25 pp. 35-6.
to make it the capital repealed,
vol. 6 p. xxiii.
to save lots in disallowed,
vol. 11 p. 236.
to regulate,
attendance of minister in,
vol. 23 p. 911.
pilotage,
to secure titles in,
vol. 32 pp. 304-8, p. 340, pp. 451-6.
to sell public building lots,
vol. 23 p. 398.
vol. 25 pp. 265-6.
to vest lands in governor,
vol. 23 pp. 708-11.
lots in governor,
vol. 24 p. 823.
action by Reed ment'd,
vol. 6 p. 554.
of com. of safety in,
vol. 9 p. xxxvi.
of militia in matter of regulators,
vol. 8 p. 537.
address to King to make it the capitol,
admiralty ct. located at,
vol. 10 p. 634, p. 640, p. 644.
aids Boston,
vol. 9 p. xxxviii.
ammunition in,
vol. 5 p. 576, p. 604.
and location of capitol,
vol. 17 p. 143.
arms removed from,
vol. 17 p. 665.
asks to be made borough,
vol. 5 p. 812.
assembly held in,
vol. 3 p. xviii.
vol. 17 pp. 264-426.
vol. 20 p. 1.
prorogued to,
to meet in,
vol. 7 pp. 104-105.
vol. 10 p. 979.
auctioneer for,
vol. 24 p. 559.
beef coms'r and warehouse for,
vol. 22 p. 915.
best place for capitol,
vol. 6 p. 1320.
vol. 7 p. 2.
bill for beacons and buoys in channel to,
vol. 4 p. 1321, p. 1334.
for better regulation of,
for bridge,
for C. H. in, &c.,
vol. 4 p. 403.
for jail, &c.,
vol. 4 p. 403.
for maritime court,
vol. 18 p. 199, p. 399.
for palace in,
discussed in council,
vol. 7 p. 273.
for school buildings,
on courts in,
on taxation in
vol. 19 p. 734.
to alter time of courts,
to amend acts regulating,
to amend school act,
to devote lots to school,
to confirm lots,
to facilitate navigation to,
vol. 4 p. 784, p. 785, p. 786.
to finish church in,
to finish C. H. in,
to get list of taxables and to collect taxes,
to incorporate manufacturers,
to make it the capitol;
to regulate,
vol. 21 p. 243.
to regulate attendance of minister at Christ Church,
to regulate elections,
vol. 8 p. 459.
to regulate pilotage,
to regulate slaves,
to repeal act on
to repeal part of act on,
to sell lot in,
vol. 20 p. 360, p. 364.
to sell palace in,
vol. 18 p. 155, p. 261.
to sell public buildings,
vol. 20 p. 248.
to settle accounts for building church,
vol. 4 p. 743.
to vest lots in gov.,
Blythe opens school in,
vol. 13 p. 461.
British and Tories in,
prisoners jailed in,
vol. 10 p. 631, p. 672, p. 918.
threaten,
vol. 15 p. 444, p. 782.
vol. 17 p. 985.
vol. 22 p. 541.
cannon granted to for defence,
vol. 14 p. 323.
in governor's yard cause trouble,
vol. 10 pp. 41-43, p. 45.
imported into,
vol. 10 p. 636.
seized in,
vol. 10 p. x.
capital fixed at,
vol. 4 p. 844.
vol. 5 pp. 760-761.
vol. 25 p. v.
to be removed from,
vol. 4 p. 898.
captured by Br.,
vol. 15 pp. 623-624.
vol. 16 p. viii.
chancery court to meet in,
vol. 4 p. 206.
charter not repealed and representation in assem.,
vol. 6 p. 227, p. 228.
Cogdell inspector,
vol. 7 p. 566.
collector at,
vol. 6 p. 1023.
vol. 24 p. 552.
coms'r to take charge of capital,
vol. 19 p. 667.
com. on state of public buildings,
vol. 19 p. 87, p. 88.
complaint against judges from,
condemned as capital,
vol. 5 p. 705.
vol. 6 p. 1, p. 669, p. 879.
condition of Academy,
vol. 9 p. 6.
contested elections from,
convention called to meet in,
vol. 9 p. xxx.
corn exported from,
vol. 7 p. 225.
council held in,
council of state meets in,
court act disallowed,
court for,
court house in,
vol. 23 p. 102.
court of admiralty proposed for,
vol. 10 p. 580.
court proceeding at on trial of regulators,
vol. 8 pp. 507-511.
court to be held in,
vol. 6 p. 168.
Cox made custodian of capitol,
vol. 16 p. 161, p. 163.
vol. 19 p. 115.
Craik moves on,
vol. 15 p. 440.
cruiser needed for,
vol. 7 p. 202.
Davis supt. of public buildings,
vol. 20 p. 571.
defence of against regulators considered,
DeGraffenried goes to,
vol. 1 p. 915.
returns to,
discovery of magazine of Martin,
vol. 11 pp. 255-256.
distillery in,
Dobbs on as proposed capital,
vol. 6 p. 967.
eclipse in,
vol. 13 p. 450.
effects of storm,
election frauds in,
vol. 3 p. 301.
vol. 4 p. 496.
estimated cost of palace,
vol. 7 pp. 542-543.
evacuated by Br.,
vol. 15 p. 626.
first revisal printed at,
vol. 4 p. xiv.
former name of,
vol. 1 p. 933.
fortified,
vol. 1 p. 949.
against regulators,
vol. 8 p. 501.
founded,
vol. 1 p. 910, p. 922.
frauds in election in,
examined,
vol. 4 p. 499, p. 500.
French agent for,
vol. 15 p. 366.
French vessel arrives in,
vol. 13 p. 155.
general court fixed at,
vol. 4 p. 1087.
held in,
vol. 23 p. 256, p. 257, p. 261.
should be at,
vol. 4 p. 833.
given representation in assembly,
vol. 10 p. 1007.
growing,
vol. 9 p. 281, p. 310, p. 637.
Houston hanged and burned in effigy,
vol. 7 p. 125.
Husband jailed in,
vol. 7 pp. 743-744.
illicit trade,
vol. 16 pp. 681-683.
income of school for 3 years,
vol. 9 pp. 271-273.
incorporated,
vol. 6 pp. 333-334.
Indian war near,
vol. 1 p. 954.
inspection at,
vol. 23 p. 641, p. 791.
vol. 24 p. 581.
vol. 25 p. 313, p. 379.
journals of Prov. Cong. held at,
vol. 10 pp. 649-477.
land office opened at,
vol. 4 p. 53.
lands of willed by Pollock,
vol. 22 p. 291.
lauds Tryon and condemns regulators,
vol. 10 pp. 1019-25.
letters from on loyalist uprising,
vol. 10 p. 452.
on war preparations,
vol. 10 p. 243.
loan office opened in,
vol. 13 p. 362.
to be established in,
vol. 24 p. 130.
location,
vol. 5 p. 204.
mail route from,
manufactory of pot and pearl ashes in,
vol. 9 p. 270.
Martin on excitement over war stores,
vol. 10 p. 273.
on school troubles in,
vol. 9 pp. 304-306.
proc. of ontaking cannon in,
vol. 10 p. 145.
members in assem.,
vol. 7 p. 284, p. 343, p. 473.
vol. 8 p. 303.
vol. 12 p. 656.
vol. 13 p. 645, p. 785, p. 914.
vol. 16 p. 2, p. 29.
vol. 17 p. 265, p. 715, p. 878.
vol. 20 p. 120.
members in Conv. 1788 and 89,
vol. 22 p. 4, p. 39.
members in Prov. Cong.,
vol. 9 p. 1042, p. 1179.
memorial to Tryon on school,
vol. 7 pp. 35-36.
militia gathering in,
vol. 15 p. 639.
organization of,
stationed at,
vol. 10 pp. 456-457.
to assemble at,
vol. 15 p. 632.
to be dismissed,
vol. 10 p. 475.
to beordered out,
vol. 5 p. li.
newspaper in,
vol. 16 p. 1000.
vol. 17 p. 128.
no money for public buildings,
vol. 4 p. 1292.
nom. for capital,
vol. 16 p. 90.
vol. 22 p. 29.
as place for assembly,
vol. 12 p. 59, p. 65.
vol. 17 p. 311, p. 337.
note on act to encourage,
vol. 3 p. 193.
number members in assem.,
vol. 5 p. 87.
ships entering at,
vol. 5 p. 314.
on post route,
oyer and t. ct. to be held in,
vol. 5 pp. 569-570.
palace in quoted,
vol. 16 p. 910.
Palatines return to,
vol. 1 p. 957.
petitions for and against paper money,
vol. 17 p. 349.
for relief,
vol. 8 p. 131.
plan of to be authenticated,
vol. 13 p. 613, p. 727, p. 728.
of town adopted by assembly,
vol. 5 p. 1078.
post from,
vol. 5 p. 1038, p. 1101.
vol. 6 p. 1058.
powder in,
vol. 12 p. 559, p. 662.
removed from,
vol. 22 p. 940.
preparation for trial of regulators,
vol. 8 p. 696.
press set up in,
vol. 23 p. 314.
prison guarded against regulators,
vol. 8 pp. 683-684.
prisoners confined in,
vol. 14 p. 333, p. 697.
privateers bring prizes into,
vol. 11 p. 416.
fitted out from,
vol. 11 p. xx.
vol. 13 p. iv.
vol. 15 p. 686.
make prize,
vol. 14 p. 748.
rendezvous at,
vol. 14 p. iv.
proceedings of court in to try regulators,
vol. 8 pp. 528-32.
property confiscated in,
vol. 16 p. 333.
Prov. Cong. held in,
provision for preservation of public records in,
vol. 7 pp. 963-964.
for prison in,
vol. 5 pp. 567-568.
provisions removed from,
vol. 14 p. 92, pp. 96-97.
sent to,
vol. 1 pp. 951-952.
public offices fixed at,
public stores removed from,
vol. 12 pp. 422-423.
to be removed from,
vol. 14 p. 490.
quit rents paid at,
vol. 25 p. 217.
reception of French treaty in,
vol. 13 p. vi.
records to be kept in,
vol. 4 p. 1024, p. 1025.
removed to,
to be removed from,
vol. 6 pp. 767-768.
to be removed to,
vol. 7 p. 9, p. 259, p. 529.
regulators in,
vol. 7 p. xxxii.
to be jailed in,
vol. 7 pp. 742-743.
to be tried in,
vol. 8 p. 495.
report on palace in,
vol. 8 pp. 7-8.
represented in assem.,
vol. 3 p. xiv.
vol. 23 p. 79, p. 251, p. 980.
request that it be made the capital,
vol. 6 pp. xxiv-xxv.
rescue of Husband from threatened,
results of removel of capital,
vol. 6 p. 580.
rioting in over enlistments,
vol. 13 pp. 142-143.
Safety Com. of,
vol. 10 p. 212.
C. of S. to on need of powder, etc.,
vol. 11 pp. 308-309.
vol. 11 p. 312.
proceedings,
to Wilmington S. C. on fasting and prayer day, etc.,
vol. 10 pp. 65-66.
Wilmington S. C. to on public affairs,
vol. 10 pp. 73-74.
salt in,
vol. 14 p. 493.
sold in,
vol. 12 p. 101.
to be sold,
school in,
vol. 6 p. 1048.
vol. 7 p. 98, p. 104, p. 458.
vol. 9 p. 310.
vol. 13 pp. 335-336.
vol. 14 p. 128.
school bill noticed,
vol. 8 p. 6.
school house used by assembly,
vol. 9 p. 590.
school trouble in,
seat of gov't,
vol. 7 p. xx.
selected as most eligible for capital,
vol. 6 p. 832, p. 835.
settled by Palatines and Swiss,
vol. 8 p. 728.
sickness in,
vol. 17 p. 186.
site bought from King Taylor,
vol. 1 p. 932.
size of public buildings in fixed,
smallpox in,
vol. 13 p. 792.
vol. 15 p. 443, p. 600.
vol. 24 p. 333.
stamp act in,
vol. 7 p. ix.
stores to be removed from,
vol. 15 p. 455.
subscriptions taken to aid Boston,
vol. 9 p. 1116.
supreme ct. to be held in,
vol. 5 p. 259.
threatened by British,
vol. 15 p. 214.
vol. 16 p. 594, p. 601.
by regulators,
vol. 8 p. 260, p. 262.
vol. 22 p. 408, p. 409, p. 410.
time of courts,
vol. 5 p. 666.
Tomlinson on school troubles in,
vol. 9 pp. 245-248.
trade to,
vol. 13 p. iv.
of increases,
vol. 7 p. 499.
to be protected,
vol. 10 p. 352.
troops stationed at,
vol. 10 p. 243.
troubles in recruiting,
to get accomodations,
vol. 4 p. 1166.
Tryon offers to pay wine licence for,
vol. 7 p. 128.
on palace in,
vol. 7 p. 442.
unsafe for salt,
vol. 14 p. 495.
vendue master for,
elected,
vol. 20 p. 523, p. 538.
vol. 21 p. 70, p. 91.
visited by regulators,
vol. 8 p. 546.
voting place in,
vol. 2 p. 214.
Whitfield in,
vol. 6 pp. 1060-1.
yellow fever in,
vol. 7 p. 154.

Newbern,
bark, arrives in port,
vol. 13 p. 36.

Newbern (parole),
vol. 22 p. 873.