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Q——n-ce, Mr.,
vol. 6 p. 738.

Quaker City,
vol. 8 p. 733.

Quaker Hill, Conn.,
vol. 14 p. 50.

Quaker Meadows,
vol. 5 p. 6, p. 7, p. 9.
vol. 9 p. 414, p. 527.
vol. 10 p. 882.
vol. 11 facing p. 80.
vol. 21 p. 508, p. 546.
vol. 22 p. 878.

Quakers,
vol. 1 p. 467.
vol. 5 p. 1209, p. 1210.
vol. 7 p. 193, p. 886.
vol. 8 p. 506.
vol. 18 p. 229.
vol. 20 p. 126.
vol. 21 p. 9, p. 197, p. 735, p. 880.
vol. 22 p. 9, p. 41, p. 168, p. 219.
vol. 24 p. 554, p. 555.
a justice,
vol. 1 p. 566.
abhor hirelings,
vol. 2 p. 187.
accusations against in Pa.,
vol. 1 p. 371.
act for relief of,
vol. 24 p. 329.
for them to retain own marriage ceremonies,
vol. 24 p. 165.
act on,
vol. 25 p. 160.
to accept affirmation,
vol. 23 p. 11, p. 559, p. 882.
to pay extra tax,
to prescribe affirmation for and to grant indulgences to,
vol. 24 pp. 593-4.
to vest lands in,
vol. 25 p. 48.
actions in Va.,
vol. 1 p. 812, p. 814.
activity of,
vol. 2 p. 333.
Adams on,
in Cary Rebellion,
vol. 1 pp. 720-721.
address to assembly on their release from militia training,
vol. 9 pp. 176-177.
affirmation in Albemarle,
vol. 1 p. 334.
provided for,
vol. 2 pp. 884-885.
aid Cary Rebellion,
vol. 1 p. 812, p. 814.
and Fanning's armistice,
vol. 16 p. 207.
and H. Husband,
vol. 8 p. xxiv, p. xxv.
and militia service,
and oath,
vol. 23 p. 262.
and provision and money tax,
and regulation war,
vol. 7 p. 745.
vol. 8 p. 655.
appearance in Albemarle,
army supplies demanded from by Tryon,
vol. 8 p. 610.
asked to sell arms,
vol. 10 p. 526.
assembly on their part in Cary Rebellion,
vol. 1 pp. 784-787.
bear arms and reason for it,
vol. 1 p. xxix.
beginnings and growth of,
vol. 1 p. xxv, p. 572.
in Albemarle,
bill on affirmation and allegiance for,
to emancipate slaves,
to tax,
Blair's characterization of,
vol. 1 pp. 601-602.
book against,
vol. 2 p. 120.
Burrington on,
vol. 3 p. 430.
case of Turner and Belman,
vol. 1 p. 905.
cause trouble,
vol. 2 p. 40.
character,
vol. 6 p. 265.
choose representatives,
vol. 1 p. 697.
churches and lands secured to,
vol. 23 pp. 986-7.
claims as first settlers in N. C.,
vol. 1 pp. 710-711.
claims disallowed,
vol. 9 p. 527.
for aid in regulation,
vol. 9 p. 488.
Clarke claims to be a Q.,
vol. 1 pp. 666-667.
com. report and bill on petition on oath,
complain against Daniel,
vol. 1 p. 709.
concessions to in militia law,
confirm reports on British,
vol. 11 p. 782.
control Pa.,
vol. 1 p. 371.
converts from,
vol. 4 p. 608, p. 1315.
to,
vol. 2 p. 13, p. 15.
from lack of other religious teaching,
vol. 1 p. 713.
council refuses to relieve of military duty,
vol. 5 p. 538.
dangers from,
vol. 1 p. 731.
of growth of,
vol. 2 p. 430, p. 431.
declaration on war,
vol. 1 p. 596.
DeGraffenried stays at house of,
vol. 1 p. 951.
disqualifications of,
vol. 2 p. 885.
Edmundson and Fox appear in Albemarle,
exempted from military service,
from musters,
vol. 23 pp. 787-8.
false charges against,
vol. 1 pp. 250-251.
fight against act for Epis. church,
vol. 1 p. 601.
fines from to go to public buildings,
vol. 24 p. 137.
first one in Albemarle,
vol. 1 p. 215.
organization of,
vol. 25 p. iv.
flourish,
vol. 3 p. 48.
free slaves contrary to law,
vol. 24 p. 221, p. 964.
get into office,
vol. 1 p. xix.
good citizens,
vol. 2 p. v.
Gordon's account of,
vol. 1 pp. 708-14.
preaches against,
vol. 1 p. 713.
Griffin joins,
vol. 1 p. 721.
help Porter,
vol. 1 p. 710.
hold office,
vol. 1 p. 405.
ignorance of,
vol. 1 p. 711.
in Albemarle Co.,
vol. 4 p. 7.
in assembly,
vol. 1 p. 572, p. 885.
in 1677,
vol. 1 p. 251.
in Barbados,
vol. 1 pp. 767-8.
in Cary Rebellion,
vol. 1 pp. 767-768.
in militia,
vol. 5 p. 163.
in Northampton Co.,
vol. 9 p. 326.
in Pasquotank Co.,
vol. 1 p. 261.
vol. 4 p. 753.
in Pa.,
vol. 1 p. 467.
vol. 8 p. 729.
in Perquimans Co.,
vol. 4 p. 753.
vol. 10 p. 496.
in public offices,
vol. 1 pp. 708-709.
in R. I.,
vol. 1 p. 469.
in S. C.,
vol. 4 p. 609.
in Va. favor Cary,
vol. 1 p. 782.
increase of,
vol. 2 p. 605.
influence,
vol. 2 p. 20, p. 293.
on Cary Rebellion and Tuscarora War,
vol. 1 pp. 876-877.
law suit,
vol. 2 pp. 89-90.
laws of Va. put in practice against,
vol. 1 p. 812, p. 814.
leaders of in Cary Rebellion,
vol. 1 p. 917.
liberate slaves,
vol. 21 p. 933.
locality,
vol. 1 p. xx.
losses to through Rainsford,
vol. 2 p. 153.
loyal,
vol. 9 p. 1280.
make shoes,
vol. 13 p. iv.
marriages,
vol. 1 p. 688, p. 813.
may take vestry oath,
vol. 6 p. 715.
meetings visited by vestryman,
vol. 2 p. 286.
monopolize a ferry,
vol. 1 p. 600.
no allowance to,
vol. 22 p. 879.
none in Bath Co.,
vol. 2 p. 293.
in Chowan Co.,
vol. 1 p. 712.
not admitted to assembly on affirmation,
not religious refugees,
not to be removed under treason act,
vol. 24 p. 11, p. 86, p. 329.
not to become guardians,
vol. 23 pp. 577-8.
vol. 25 p. 319, p. 320, p. 416.
not to sit in assembly,
vol. 1 p. 876.
not to vote for vestries,
vol. 23 p. 602.
vol. 25 p. 425.
numbers,
vol. 1 p. 686.
and position,
vol. 1 p. 798.
and wealth,
vol. 1 p. 711.
in Pasquotank and Currituck,
in Pasquotank and Perquimans,
vol. 1 p. xxviii.
in 1709,
vol. 1 p. xix.
of meeting houses,
vol. 1 p. 769.
vol. 3 p. 339.
numerous,
vol. 22 p. 733.
oath aimed at,
vol. 1 p. 789.
on Deep River,
one in vestry,
vol. 2 p. 131.
oppose Established Church,
vol. 1 p. 709, p. 802.
Tuscarora War,
vol. 1 p. 839.
war defenses,
vol. 1 p. 812.
whig rule in Pa.
vol. 9 p. 1156.
opposition to exemption of from militia laws,
vol. 5 p. 506, p. 507.
origin of troubles with,
vol. 1 p. xxvixxvii.
part in Cary Rebellion,
peacable under Pollock,
vol. 2 p. 145.
petition,
vol. 12 pp. 128-129.
and bill,
considered,
vol. 12 p. 287, p. 288, p. 316.
for freedom of slaves,
for pay for supplies against Regulators,
on drafts and answer,
slaves and report on same,
to Gen. Ass.,
vol. 17 p. 312.
to proprietors,
vol. 1 pp. 250-253.
Pollock on,
vol. 1 p. 700.
position in Culpeper rebellion,
vol. 1 p. 261.
on militia,
vol. 5 p. 161.
power,
progress in Albemarle,
vol. 1 p. 227.
in N. C.,
vol. 2 p. 245.
propose to repeal vestry act,
vol. 1 pp. 572-573.
records of Pasquotank,
vol. 2 p. 37.
refuse to fight in Indian war,
vol. 1 p. 812, p. 813, p. 814.
to take oaths,
remonstrance of to assem. on tax,
reprove a fighter,
vol. 1 p. 813.
requisition from,
vol. 8 p. 715.
on,
vol. 19 p. 847.
retard Indian War,
vol. 2 p. 40.
rumor that colony had been sold to,
vol. 2 p. 417.
seized in Culpepper rebellion,
vol. 1 p. 250.
send children to school to Griffin,
vol. 1 p. 714.
special oath of allegiance provided for,
vol. 11 p. 771.
Spotswood on,
vol. 1 p. 814.
take arms,
vol. 9 p. 1247.
for America,
vol. 9 p. 1249.
take benefit of English law on liberty of conscience,
vol. 3 p. 180.
threats of,
vol. 1 p. 885.
to build a meeting house,
vol. 1 p. 596.
to furnish clothing for troops,
troops or substitutes,
vol. 13 p. 415.
vol. 24 p. 156.
to keep account of tithes paid,
vol. 2 p. 37.
to keep work day meetings,
vol. 2 p. 37.
to take oath for citizenship,
vol. 12 p. 809, p. 810, p. 871.
to Tryon on Regulators (forgery?),
vol. 8 pp. 618-619.
tolerated by Tryon,
vol. 8 p. xlv.
tory,
vol. 22 p. 184.
trial of in Culpepper r.,
vol. 1 p. 281.
Tryon on,
vol. 8 p. 14, p. 15.
turned out of office,
vol. 1 p. 709.
Urmston on,
vol. 1 p. 765, p. 767, p. 768.
vol. 2 p. 144.
visit Va.,
vol. 1 p. 719.
way they take the oath,
vol. 1 p. 711.
Williams a patriot,
vol. 22 pp. 738-9.

Qualification of members of assembly,
bill for,
Fane reports on law for,
vol. 4 p. 252.

Qualification of public officers,
act for,
vol. 2 pp. 885-886.
vol. 23 p. 15, p. 107.
vol. 25 p. 160.

Qualls, Peter,
in assembly,
in Conv. 1789,
vol. 22 p. 37, p. 47, p. 48.
resigns as J. P.,
vol. 21 p. 776, p. 949.

Quamino,
tried and sentenced to death,
vol. 7 pp. 685-686.

Quankey Camp,
vol. 13 p. 455.

Quankey Creek,
vol. 24 p. 834.
vol. 25 p. 355.

Quarantine,
act on,
vol. 25 p. 328.
bill for,
Pa. farmer ordered to,
vol. 12 p. 55, p. 58.
See Also - Diseases.

Quaratrie,
vol. 7 p. 855.

Quarles, Wm.,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 174.

Quarter Creek,
vol. 17 p. 1031.

Quarter House,
vol. 16 p. 473.
British at,
surprised at,
vol. 16 p. 631.

Quarter Master,
act to increase power of,
vol. 24 pp. 381-2.
to compel them to account,
vol. 24 pp. 417-19.
bill to increase powers of,
to abolish,
vol. 19 p. 106, p. 113, p. 124.
Burke to on supplies,
vol. 16 p. 195.
discussed,
vol. 16 pp. 274-275.
needs of,
vol. 22 pp. 560-2.
report on,
and estimates,
trouble and confusion in dept.,
vol. 16 pp. 225-228.

Quartering of troops,
not to be allowed,
vol. 22 p. 19.
vol. 25 p. 21.

Quartermuss, Jas.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 415.

Quarry, ——,
waits on Gov. Nicholson,
vol. 2 p. 134.

Quarry, Col.,
vol. 1 p. 885.

Quarry, Col.,
sickness of,
vol. 1 p. 529.

Quarry, Ralph,
complaints of,
vol. 1 p. 381.

Quarry, Robert, and Co.,
assignee of,
vol. 1 p. 589.

Quarterly meeting of Quakers,
ment'd,
vol. 1 p. 665.

Quary (Quarray, Quaray), Robert,
appoints Knight collector,
vol. 1 pp. 842-843.
carries news,
vol. 1 p. 514.
goes to Eng.,
vol. 1 p. 541.
law suit,
vol. 1 p. 549.
messenger from N. C. to Va.,
vol. 1 p. 505, p. 507, p. 508.
sells land,
vol. 2 p. 80.
sheriffs,
vol. 1 p. 382.
suit against estate of,
vol. 1 p. 605.
to report on C. affairs,
vol. 1 p. 543.

Quawls, Moses,
petitions on land grants,
vol. 11 pp. 250-253.

Quebec,
vol. 2 p. 231.
vol. 7 p. 459.
vol. 8 p. 589, p. 604, p. 733.
vol. 10 p. 807.
vol. 13 p. 370.
vol. 16 p. 881.
vol. 17 p. 187.
vol. 22 p. 985.
attack on,
vol. 10 p. 448.
besieged,
vol. 15 p. 681.
British troops to go to,
vol. 13 p. 240.
conquest of,
vol. 6 p. 64, p. 221.
in vice admiralty dist. of Halifax,
vol. 11 p. 218.
instructions to gov.,
vol. 11 p. 242.
land grants in,
vol. 11 p. 244.
may be admitted to Cont. Ass'n.,
vol. 10 p. 178.
popery established in,
vol. 10 p. 225.
siege raised,
vol. 10 p. 609.
threatened,
vol. 13 p. 35.

Quebec, Province of,
vol. 7 p. 374.
vol. 10 p. 127.

Quebec bill,
vol. 9 p. 1206.

Queen,
debts of always pleadable,
vol. 1 p. 675.
refers address against Everard to Board of Trade, and his reports,
vol. 3 p. 25, p. 26.
See Also - King.

Queen, Frances,
in militia,
vol. 17 p. 1056.

Queen, Wm.,
petition,

Queen Anne's (Arms) Creek,
act to fix town,
vol. 3 p. 190.
vol. 25 p. 168.
council held at,
vol. 2 pp. 425-429.
court at,
vol. 2 p. 357, p. 361.
court house at,
vol. 2 p. 364.
general court held at,

Queen Anne's Town,
vol. 9 p. 1065.

Queen in council,
sets aside act,
vol. 25 p. 151.

Queene Co.,
vol. 26 p. 1251.

Queen's China,
in Martin sale,
vol. 22 p. 886.

Queen's College,
act to charter,
vol. 8 p. 486, p. 490.
vol. 9 p. 365.
vol. 23 p. 787, p. 857.
considered by Board of Trade,
vol. 9 p. 248, p. 249, p. 250.
disallowed,
to amend disallowed,
vol. 9 p. 596, p. 597.
bill to amend charter,
to establish and endow,
charter approved by Tryon,
vol. 8 p. xliv.
efforts to get charter for,
vol. 5 p. 1225.

Queen's Creek,
vol. 1 p. 700.
vol. 4 p. 1035.
See Also - Queen Anne's Creek.

Queen's Creek, Va.,
vol. 15 p. 630.

Queen's Museum,
vol. 13 p. 374 (?).
See Also - Queen's College.

Queen's peace,
act for to be printed,
history of act for,
vol. 3 p. 177.
Johnston on law for,
vol. 4 p. 26.
laws for adopted in N. C.,
vol. 1 pp. 789-790.

Queen's Rangers,
vol. 17 p. 992.
go to N. Y.,
vol. 15 p. 537.
in Va.,
vol. 15 p. 157.

Queen's Royal Regiment,
vol. 10 p. 601.

Queensbury, Duke of,
vol. 6 p. 1015.
at Privy Council,
vol. 11 pp. 236-237.
vol. 6 p. 707.

Quelch, Benj.,
in S. C. assembly,
vol. 1 p. 821.
on committee,
vol. 1 p. 823.

Quellen, Daniel,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 799.

Queney, Matthew,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 494.

Queriey, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 395.

Queriey, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 395.

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

Quest, Capt.,
vol. 10 p. 765.

Quibble Town,
camp at,
vol. 12 p. 497.

Quick, Richard,
ensign,
vol. 10 p. 320.

Quick, Tunis,
fined,
vol. 9 p. 652.

Quidley, Pat.,
grand juror,
vol. 2 p. 98.

Quidley, Wm.,
claim allowed,
vol. 5 p. 977.

Quieting in possession,
act for,
vol. 5 p. 587.
considered by Board of Trade,
vol. 5 p. 484, p. 487, p. 488.
discussed and to be repealed,
disallowed,
discussed,
vol. 9 pp. 991-992.
repealed,
vol. 6 pp. 7-8.
bill for,
to repeal law for,
law for repealed,
proposed orders for,
vol. 4 pp. 204-207.

Quigley, ——,
vol. 2 p. 152.

Quigley, Patrick,
act for land to,
vol. 25 pp. 629-30.
land grant to,
vol. 19 p. 572.

Quilina, Shadk.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1141.

Quillen, Daniel,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 968.

Quillin, John,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 81.

Quimby,
battle,
vol. 22 p. 154.

Quin.
See Quinn, Quynn.

Quin, Mr.,
petition,

Quin, Bryan O.,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 523.

Quin, Hugh,
petitions on land grants,
vol. 11 pp. 250-252.

Quin, Jas.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 325.

Quin, Laughlin,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 265.

Quin, Michael,
traitor,
vol. 15 p. 483.

Quin, Pat O.,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 523.

Quin, Thos.,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 511.

Quinby, Eleamus,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 506.

Quinby, Eleazer,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1141.

Quince, ——,
and negroes,
vol. 16 pp. 996-997.

Quince, ——,
dropped as naval officer,
vol. 11 p. 504.

Quince, Mr.,
vol. 13 p. 361, p. 371.
vol. 15 p. 681.
vol. 17 p. 185.
vol. 22 p. 538.

Quince, Mr.,
ship master,
vol. 7 p. 175.

Quince, Mrs.,
vol. 17 p. 630.

Quince, Capt.,
vol. 11 p. 741.

Quince, Maj.,
vol. 10 p. 466, p. 467.

Quince (?), Ann,
vol. 13 p. 943.

Quince (?), Jean,
vol. 13 p. 943.

Quince, John,
estate taxed,
vol. 15 p. 192.
on S. C. of Wilmington,
pays fine,
vol. 9 p. 1266.
surety,
vol. 6 p. 1011.
to Dry of seizure of vessels,
vol. 5 pp. 177-178.

Quince, Parker,
vol. 20 p. 375.
a J. P.,
vol. 8 p. 161.
vol. 23 p. 993.
act to sell lands of,
vol. 25 pp. 28-9.
bill for lands of to be sold,
collector,
vol. 23 p. 988.
colonel,
vol. 10 p. 622.
coms'r on navigation,
vol. 24 p. 218, p. 506.
in assembly,
vol. 9 p. 1188.
in Prov. Cong.,
vol. 9 p. 1179.
major,
vol. 10 p. 206.
nom. as naval officer,
vol. 12 p. 46, p. 62.
on com. Prov. Cong.,
vol. 10 p. 942, p. 965.
on confiscation act,
vol. 15 pp. 203-205.
on S. C. of Brunswick Co.,
vol. 10 p. 24.
paid for slave, outlawed and hanged,
vol. 12 p. 73.
petitions for law to sell estate,
vol. 13 p. 664.
resigns as colonel,
vol. 22 p. 921.
taxable,
vol. 15 p. 192.
to procure arms,
vol. 10 p. 524.
voter,
vol. 15 p. 237, p. 238.
Quince (Quisne), Richard,
vol. 9 p. 1238.
a J. P.,
vol. 6 p. 1070.
allowance to for lumber,
vol. 12 p. 76.
bill to empower executors to sell part of estate,
vol. 13 p. 563, p. 871, p. 943.
brings suit,
vol. 6 p. 765.
buys lottery tickets,
vol. 11 p. 742.
claims,
vol. 9 p. 591.
allowed,
vol. 22 p. 403.
coms'r on church,
vol. 25 p. 245.
on Cape Fear pilotage,
vol. 6 p. 1121, p. 1197.
on navigation,
vol. 24 p. 125.
to examine pilots,
vol. 23 p. 355.
declines to serve as judge of admiralty,
vol. 11 p. 443.
vol. 22 p. 911.
judge of admiralty ct.,
vol. 10 p. 998.
letter to on Glasgow goods,
vol. 9 p. 1152.
on S. C. of Wilmington Dist.,
vol. 10 p. 214.
paid for ammunition,
vol. 10 p. 357.
payment to for troops,
vol. 6 p. 206.
petitions for Gibson children,
recommends Macdowell,
vol. 6 pp. 232-233.
repaid for money loaned public,
vol. 10 p. 621.
reports on arrival of troops,
vol. 10 p. 328.
on selling of powder, and other information,
vol. 10 p. 159.
suit by,
vol. 22 p. 868.
surety,
vol. 6 p. 1011.
to arm vessels,
vol. 10 p. 352.
town coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 240.
work as a churchman,
vol. 6 p. 237.

Quince, Richard,
vol. 20 p. 375.

Quince, Rich'd,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 993.

Quince, Rich'd,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 995.

Quince, Richard,
estate taxed,
vol. 15 p. 192.

Quince, Richard, Jr.,
a J. P.,
vol. 8 p. 161.
vol. 23 p. 993.
asks sale of lands,
vol. 25 p. 29.
condemns land for Ft. Johnston,
vol. 7 pp. 703-704.
in assem.,
vol. 19 p. 371.
major,
vol. 10 p. 206.
on com. of assem.,
vol. 12 p. 4.
on S. C. of Brunswick Co.,
vol. 10 p. 24.
of Wilmington,
vol. 10 p. 15.
petitions for law to sell estate,
vol. 13 p. 664.
to procure arms,
vol. 10 p. 524.
to value houses,
vol. 10 p. 337.

Quince, Richard, Sr.,
asks battery for Brunswick,
vol. 10 p. 335.
chm. S. C. of Wilmington district,
vol. 10 p. 24, p. 142.
commissioner on exports,
vol. 10 pp. 473-474.
on Ft. Johnston,
vol. 24 p. 171.
on S. C. of Brunswick,
vol. 10 p. 24.
to ship goods to get arms and ammunition,
vol. 10 p. 288, p. 292, p. 353.

Quince, Susanna,
asks sale of lands,
vol. 25 p. 29.

Quince, Wm. Seranzo,
asks sale of lands,
vol. 25 p. 29.

Quince and Co.,
buy lottery tickets,
vol. 11 p. 742.

Quincy, Josiah, Jr.,
extract from memoirs of on travels in N. C.,
vol. 9 pp. 610-613.

Quine, John,
claims allowed,
vol. 9 p. 953.

Quinn.
See Quin, Quynn.

Quinn, ——,
killed,
vol. 15 p. 515.

Quinn, ——,
Linton's affair with,
vol. 17 pp. 132-133.

Quinn, ——,
receives pay for soldiers,
vol. 17 p. 241.

Quinn, Mr.,
vol. 16 p. 996.

Quinn, Mr.,
buys cargo from France,
vol. 13 p. 85.

Quinn, Misses,
vol. 16 p. 996.

Quinn, Mrs.,
vol. 16 p. 996.

Quinn, Capt.,
in N. C. battalion,
vol. 13 p. 343.
in jail,
vol. 15 p. 475.
roster of co.,

Quinn, Capt.,
killed,
vol. 22 p. 1031.

Quinn, Lieut,
vol. 12 p. 474.

Quinn, David,
army rank,
vol. 17 p. 241.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1141.
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 81.

Quinn, Francis,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1141.

Quinn, Loftin,
exempted,
vol. 9 p. 451.

Quinn, Michl.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1141.
Caswell to on conduct of troops,
vol. 13 pp. 166-167.
lieut.,
vol. 10 p. 629, p. 944.
murdered,
vol. 17 p. 326.
vol. 19 p. 524.
by order of Linton,
vol. 15 p. 518.

Quinn, Thos.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1141.

Quinn, Wm. L.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 81.

Quinton, John,
exempted,
vol. 7 p. 362.

Quipotan,
in Va.,
vol. 1 p. 457.

Quit rents,
vol. 22 p. vi.
account of,
vol. 5 p. 78.
desired,
vol. 4 p. 586.
to be made out,
vol. 5 p. 103.
to be sent,
vol. 1 p. 845.
accounts of transferred for McCulloh,
vol. 5 pp. 629-630.
act for considered by Board of Trade,
vol. 5 p. 484, p. 487, p. 488.
to be repealed and discussed,
disallowed,
vol. 5 p. 448.
for remission of,
vol. 23 p. 122.
act on,
on distresses for,
vol. 23 pp. 22-23, p. 333.
not enforced,
to build warehouse for,
additional, bill for,
vol. 4 p. 546.
address of assembly to governor on,
vol. 4 p. 154, p. 155.
to Johnston on troubles over,
with historical review,
Allen charged with frauds in,
amount,
vol. 1 p. 832.
vol. 2 p. 58, p. 727, p. 729.
vol. 5 p. 101, p. 945.
vol. 6 p. 618.
for 6 months,
vol. 5 p. 23.
in C.,
vol. 2 p. 196.
in S. C.,
vol. 2 p. 423.
of arrears collected,
vol. 4 p. 177.
received,
vol. 2 p. 169, p. 170.
to be paid by Dobbs,
vol. 5 p. 770, p. 771.
and commodities as legal tender,
and land grants from Dobbs,
vol. 8 p. 160.
and McCulloh,
vol. 5 p. 753.
answer of council on bill for, with historical review,
Archdale to settle,
vol. 1 p. 390.
arrears being collected,
vol. 4 p. 8, p. 24, p. 60, p. 201.
due,
vol. 4 p. 922, p. 1088.
in C.,
vol. 2 pp. 721-723.
not remitted,
vol. 9 p. 606.
paid to proprietors by King,
vol. 3 p. 38.
remitted,
threatened,
vol. 3 p. 354.
to be remitted,
vol. 5 p. 1133.
articles receivable for,
vol. 4 p. 185.
assembly to Burrington on payment of,
to council on,
vol. 4 pp. 132-133.
attempts to pass law considered,
vol. 4 p. 611, p. 613.
behavior of Rutherford as receiver considered,
vol. 5 p. 940.
bill for,
approved,
vol. 9 p. 1141.
for collecting,
bill on ment'd,
vol. 9 p. 824.
vol. 10 p. 379.
discussed,
vol. 9 p. 1007.
on payment of,
rejected,
vol. 9 p. 3.
to ascertain payment of,
vol. 4 p. 85, p. 88, p. 90, p. 92.
to build warehouse for,
to regulate,
vol. 4 p. 17.
remit arrears,
to repeal law for payment of,
to repeal use of indigo in payment,
to secure,
vol. 4 pp. 180-9.
cash requirement unsatisfactory,
vol. 3 p. 331.
cause of decrease,
vol. 5 p. 101.
changes to be made in law on,
vol. 4 p. 1099.
collected in N. C.,
vol. 3 p. 481.
from Currituck by Va.,
vol. 1 pp. 306-307.
collection of arrears threatened,
vol. 4 p. 17.
considered,
vol. 7 p. 882, p. 883.
collectors to render accounts,
vol. 2 p. 34, p. 65.
committee to prepare bill for,
vol. 4 p. 360.
commodities not taken for,
vol. 4 p. 824.
condition of records,
vol. 5 p. 942.
conference on bill to regulate,
by Board of Trade,
vol. 4 p. 325, p. 326, p. 327.
vol. 5 p. 28.
copy of law on asked,
vol. 4 p. 1030.
Crymble and Huey to Board of Trade on payment of,
vol. 4 pp. 259-260.
customs in payment,
vol. 4 pp. 293-294.
danger from income in,
vol. 3 p. 150.
to,
vol. 1 p. 366, p. 367, p. 372.
Dartmouth on bill for,
vol. 9 p. 695.
date due,
vol. 3 p. 168.
delay asked in collection of arrears,
vol. 4 p. 21.
demanded from all,
vol. 4 p. 40.
deputy receives for,
desirability of law,
vol. 5 pp. 447-461.
difficulty of collecting,
vol. 3 p. 144.
vol. 5 p. 815.
discussion over,
vol. 3 pp. 598-599.
vol. 5 pp. 93-99.
vol. 8 pp. 175-178.
on character and distraint for,
vol. 4 p. 243.
do not pay all the salaries,
vol. 3 p. 149.
Dobbs on collection of,
vol. 5 pp. 145-146.
draft of clauses proposed to be inserted in,
vol. 4 pp. 315-316.
duties and powers of commissioner,
effect of Granville's claims in N. C.,
vol. 5 p. 383.
efforts to collect arrears,
vol. 4 p. 1185.
for Granville's lands,
vol. 5 p. 625.
for lands north of Cape Fear,
vol. 1 p. 391.
from Crymble and Huey,
vol. 7 p. 140.
go into Granville's pocket,
vol. 5 p. lv.
gold and silver demanded by Proprietors,
vol. 4 p. 237.
grant good if not paid,
vol. 3 p. 148.
greater under King,
vol. 4 p. 304.
grievances in,
vol. 5 p. 298.
high, drive away settlers,
higher than in Va.,
vol. 3 p. 337.
highest in America,
vol. 3 p. 432.
history of act on goods seized by distress,
vol. 3 p. 182.
improving,
vol. 5 p. 763.
in Albemarle Co.,
and other sections,
in arrears in Granville's lands,
vol. 4 p. 792, p. 798.
in Granville's lands,
vol. 6 p. 30.
in Md. and Pa.,
vol. 3 p. 12.
in S. C.,
vol. 1 p. 706.
vol. 3 p. 481.
in Va.,
vol. 3 p. 566.
in what payable,
vol. 25 p. 217.
increase in,
vol. 3 p. 155.
vol. 4 p. 308.
vol. 5 p. 788.
vol. 6 p. 720.
instructions on,
asked,
vol. 3 pp. 206-207.
for collecting,
vol. 2 p. 603.
on law for needed,
vol. 4 p. 586.
insufficient for expenses,
vol. 5 p. 15, p. 16.
Johnston on,
on laws regulating,
vol. 4 pp. 415-417.
to Board of Trade on,
vol. 4 pp. 266-267.
Johnston's quarrel over discussed,
reply to address on,
vol. 4 pp. 110-114.
Mrs. Johnston asks for payment of salary out of,
vol. 5 pp. 21-23.
keep out settlers,
vol. 3 p. 210.
king thanked for remittance of,
vol. 3 p. 294.
remitted,
vol. 3 p. 87.
lands sold for,
vol. 9 p. 369.
law for collection needed,
opposed by Granville's agents,
vol. 5 p. 415.
passed contrary to instructions,
vol. 4 p. 1081, p. 1122.
for payment of discussed,
vol. 9 pp. 991-992.
for remission of repealed,
vol. 4 pp. 434-435.
of distress for discussed and to be repealed,
vol. 5 p. 106, p. 115.
law on,
vol. 4 p. 919, p. 921.
discussed and to be repealed,
reviewed and troubles with,
vol. 11 pp. 106-108.
repealed,
vol. 4 p. 439, p. 595.
to be secured,
vol. 4 p. 846.
to regulate,
vol. 3 pp. 157-168.
should be passed,
vol. 4 p. 772, p. 778.
law to be settled,
vol. 1 p. 555.
legal examination and criticism of law on,
letters on ment'd,
vol. 4 p. 624.
discussed,
vol. 5 pp. 647-648.
on troubles over sent to Board of Trade,
vol. 4 p. 270.
limits claimed in N. C.,
vol. 3 p. 396.
list of rated commodities,
vol. 4 pp. 174-175.
lower rents desired,
vol. 3 pp. 336-337.
lowest limit,
vol. 3 p. 102.
McCulloh a commissioner on,
vol. 4 p. 667.
and others excused from,
vol. 7 pp. 676-677.
asks release from,
vol. 8 p. 63.
commissioned as inspector and instructions,
vol. 11 pp. 31-41.
comptroller of,
vol. 4 p. 438.
grant to exempted for 10 years,
vol. 4 p. 163, p. 164.
memorial on considered,
vol. 5 p. 987.
memorial to offset q. r. with debts due to him in S. C. and Board of Trade to king on same,
vol. 11 pp. 117-120.
on S. C. act to remedy rent roll,
vol. 11 pp. 102-103.
on troubles over in S. C.,
vol. 11 pp. 51-54.
released from,
vol. 8 pp. 52-53.
request on considered,
vol. 5 p. 630.
responsible for,
vol. 7 p. 454.
to freeholders on settlement of,
vol. 11 pp. 66-72, p. 73.
to Pownall on,
Martin on bill for,
reports on,
vol. 9 pp. 260-263.
to Carteret on collection of,
vol. 15 p. 96.
memorial of Rutherford on collection of and ans. of attorney general,
vol. 9 pp. 602-606.
on insufficiency ment'd,
vol. 5 p. 167.
methods of improving,
vol. 5 p. 414.
to secure law for,
vol. 4 pp. 584-585.
Murray's notes received for,
to be rec'd for,
vol. 5 p. 825.
must be lowered,
vol. 3 pp. 139-140.
must be paid on land,
vol. 4 p. 203.
must be reduced to 2s. per 100a,
vol. 3 p. 155, p. 156.
new method of collecting,
vol. 3 p. 83.
no money to pay,
vol. 7 p. 433.
none collected since Burrington's arrival,
vol. 3 p. 481.
none paid since 1728,
vol. 3 p. 436.
not accounted for,
vol. 4 p. 1078.
not collected,
vol. 3 p. 431.
vol. 4 p. vi.
under Burrington,
vol. 4 p. 176.
not demandable in specie,
vol. 4 p. 289.
note to governor on,
vol. 4 p. 151.
of McCulloh to be off set by salary,
vol. 5 pp. 927-928.
of Saxons,
vol. 1 p. 756.
offer to farm rec'd,
vol. 8 p. 53.
officers arrested for collecting,
vol. 4 p. 244, p. 265, p. 272.
on McCulloh's lands,
vol. 5 pp. 622-623.
considered,
vol. 6 pp. 718-719.
oppression in,
vol. 8 p. 77.
order for payment of,
vol. 4 p. 649.
as to arrears,
vol. 4 pp. 36-37.
owners refuse to pay,
vol. 2 p. 55.
paid in paper,
vol. 3 p. 145.
in sterling,
vol. 4 pp. 175-176.
in tobacco in Va.,
vol. 11 p. 68.
paper should not be used in payment of,
vol. 6 p. 24.
to be received for,
vol. 2 p. 235, p. 243, p. 244.
payable in commodities and paper,
vol. 5 p. 100, p. 102.
in current money,
in rated commodities,
in sterling and proclamation,
on the land,
vol. 4 p. 132.
payment of an unusual matter,
vol. 4 p. 267.
per cent paid for collection,
vol. 5 p. 145.
petition on act,
vol. 4 p. 497.
Popple to Johnston on,
vol. 4 pp. 248-249.
postponed by refusal of owners to patent lands,
vol. 4 pp. 768-769.
powers and duties of commissioner considered,
printed notes receivable for,
vol. 5 p. 822.
proceeds from tobacco, deer skins and beeswax,
vol. 4 p. 1131.
proposals of McCulloh on settlement of and reports of S. C. committee on same,
vol. 11 pp. 61-65.
proposed method of settling payment,
places of payment,
vol. 4 p. 372, p. 373, p. 400.
proposition to pay them in tobacco, etc.,
vol. 3 p. 235, p. 243.
promise of,
vol. 1 p. 542.
questions on answer by Atty Gen.,
vol. 7 pp. 135-137.
raised under king,
vol. 3 pp. 139-140.
rate,
vol. 1 p. 696.
vol. 4 p. 321.
vol. 5 p. 103.
vol. 6 p. 577.
of discount in payment of,
vol. 4 p. 345.
of exchange between bills and sterling,
vol. 4 p. 67.
under Great Deed of Grant,
vol. 3 pp. 480-481.
reasons against reserving and raising,
vol. 3 p. 125.
receipt for,
vol. 1 p. 403.
receiver gen. suspended,
vol. 5 p. 827.
regulations of McCulloh on payment of,
vol. 11 pp. 56-59.
remission of arrears suggested,
vol. 9 p. 262.
remitted to Crymble and Huey for 10 years,
vol. 4 p. 253, p. 256, p. 673.
to McCulloh,
vol. 7 p. 783.
vol. 8 p. 161.
for 10 years,
vol. 4 p. 213, p. 215.
rent roll bill condemned in S. C.,
vol. 11 pp. 59-60.
to be made,
vol. 2 pp. 34-35.
report on,
vol. 7 p. 513.
vol. 8 p. 193, pp. 195-6.
on arrears,
vol. 22 pp. 240-260.
on arrears of salary,
vol. 9 pp. 653-655.
by att'y and solicitor general,
vol. 4 pp. 286-291.
by receiver general,
vol. 5 pp. 586-589.
condition of,
vol. 9 pp. 368-370.
desired,
vol. 7 p. 450.
examined,
vol. 5 p. 826.
to be made on,
vol. 5 p. 145.
vol. 8 p. 150.
against law for,
vol. 4 p. 420.
reserved on gift to Burrington,
vol. 2 p. 491.
resolution of assembly on,
vol. 4 pp. 392-393.
revenues considered,
vol. 4 p. 1077.
riots over payment,
vol. 4 p. 267.
Rutherford's report on,
vol. 9 pp. 608-610.
to council,
vol. 8 pp. 161-164.
St. John inspector,
vol. 11 pp. 1-3.
sale of tobacco taken for,
vol. 4 p. 1120.
same as in Va.,
vol. 3 p. 198, p. 200.
should be lowered,
vol. 3 p. 496.
should be remitted,
vol. 1 p. 860.
should be settled,
should be used for salaries,
vol. 3 pp. 294-295.
Sothel to report on,
vol. 1 p. 347.
state of,
vol. 4 p. 1097.
sterling demanded for,
vol. 1 p. 707.
may be demanded for,
vol. 3 pp. 598-599.
suffering from repeal of law,
vol. 4 p. 792, p. 793.
suits for dismissed,
vol. 24 p. 62, p. 72.
suspension of receiver gen. discussed,
vol. 5 p. 481.
things receivable for,
times and places of payment,
vol. 4 pp. 186-187.
to be charged against squatters,
vol. 4 p. 206.
to be paid in proc. money,
vol. 5 p. 96.
to be regulated,
vol. 5 p. 113.
to be remitted,
to be reserved,
vol. 1 p. 556.
to Queen in Pa.,
vol. 1 p. 890.
trouble in collection,
vol. 6 p. 78.
vol. 8 p. 168.
vol. 22 pp. 876-8.
in collecting on boundary of Va. and N. C.,
vol. 1 p. 459, p. 460.
over,
vol. 11 p. 30.
in Albemarle,
vol. 1 p. 256.
on S. C. boundary,
vol. 11 pp. 113-114.
said to be settled,
vol. 4 p. 356, p. 358, p. 386.
Tryon on collection of,
vol. 8 pp. 45-49.
to Hillsborough on,
vol. 8 pp. 53-54.
Tuscarora war to be paid out of,
vol. 1 p. 840.
under proprietors,
vol. 4 p. 20.
warehouses for,
vol. 4 p. 479.
way to increase them,
vol. 3 p. 432.
See Also - Rent roll, Rents.

Quitare River,
harbor of,
vol. 3 p. 9.

Quitmak Swamp,
vol. 2 p. 283.

Quitsna,
vol. 2 p. 458.

Quitsnay Swamp,
vol. 23 p. 299.

Quixote, Don,
vol. 9 p. 1096.
vol. 19 p. 896.

Quleyson, Col.,
vol. 15 p. 370.

Quo warranto proceedings,
against charter discussed,
proposed prosecution against proprietary colonies,
use of ment'd,
vol. 2 p. xiii.

Quorum,
act on,
vol. 23 p. 252.
Board of Trade on,
vol. 6 pp. 539-540.
correspondence on,
Dartmouth on, in assembly,
vol. 9 p. 665.
discussed by Martin,
vol. 9 p. 621.
in Proprietors' Courts and in Parliament,
vol. 25 p. 129, p. 132.
majority required for gen. assem.,
vol. 10 p. 1012.
of assembly,
vol. 5 p. 82, p. 1111.
discussed,
vol. 5 pp. 88-89, p. 90.
fixed,
vol. 5 p. 113.
to be fixed
vol. 5 p. 91.
quarrel over,
in assem.,
question of settled,
vol. 10 p. xxiv.

Quotas,
vol. 19 p. 946.
comparative value for each State,
vol. 15 p. 660.
for public debt,
for war expenses,
of money among states,
vol. 19 p. 946.
refused to N. C.,
vol. 22 p. 978, p. 979, p. 980.
of states for war expenses,
of states to U. S.,
of troops to be raised,
vol. 19 p. 889.
refused by charter colonies,
vol. 1 p. 632.
to be raised,
vol. 19 pp. 630-1.
Treasury Board on,
vol. 2 pp. 783-785.

Quynn.
See Quinn.

Quynn, Mr.,
in Md. leg.,
vol. 16 p. 794.

Quynn, Allen,
alderman,
vol. 16 p. 791, p. 793.