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V ——n, ——,
vol. 8 p. 537.

Vaden, Wm.,
sells horse,
vol. 19 p. 928.

Vagabonds,
in N. C.,
vol. 3 p. 49.

Vagrants,
act on,
to enlist for service in French war,
vol. 25 p. 310.
bill for restraint of,
to continue act against,
laws against ment'd,
vol. 1 p. 514, p. 515, p. 517.
needed,
vol. 12 p. 576, p. 577, p. 680.
should be considered,
vol. 5 p. 548.
restrained,
vol. 5 p. 299.
to be arrested,
vol. 23 p. 612.

Vail.
See Veal, Veale, Vial.

Vail, Mr.,
vol. 5 p. 812.

Vail, Mr.,
negroes of break jail,
vol. 15 p. 70.

Vail, Mr.,
witness,
vol. 3 p. 220.

Vail, Capt.,
vol. 10 p. 963.
courtmartialed and cashiered,
vol. 13 p. 372.
roster of co.,

Vail (Veal, Vaile, Vale), Edwd.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1177.
asks recruiting expenses from assembly,
vol. 5 p. 255, p. 256.
brigadier gen. of militia,
vol. 10 p. 530, p. 552, p. 563.
vol. 11 p. x.
vol. 12 p. 100, p. 103, p. 109.
building coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 683.
colonel,
vol. 9 p. 298.
vol. 10 p. 204.
vol. 11 p. x.
com. of safety to on need of powder, &c.,
vol. 11 pp. 308-309.
dead,
vol. 22 p. 919.
examines Ft. Dobbs,
vol. 5 p. 897, p. 909.
in assembly,
on Chowan S. C. and chm. of same,
vol. 10 p. 847.
on claims com.,
on com. of assem.,
vol. 9 p. 711, p. 739.
on com. of correspondence,
vol. 7 p. 918, p. 973.
vol. 9 p. 741.
vol. 11 p. viii, p. 229.
vol. 25 p. 518.
on court martial,
vol. 11 p. 752.
on value of Ft. Dobbs,
vol. 5 p. 803.
payment for troops of,
vol. 5 p. 978.
petition on trade,
vol. 5 pp. 321-324.
port coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 667.
reports on land grants,
on militia co.,
vol. 22 p. 355.
to on movement of regulators,
vol. 8 p. 687.
on public claims,
vol. 6 pp. 209-215.
serves in French war,
vol. 5 p. xi.
testimony of irregular,
vol. 12 p. 493.
to distribute powder,
vol. 10 p. 644.
to McCulloh on his employment as agent,
vol. 7 pp. 877-879.
to march troops to southward,
vol. 10 p. 535.
to raise fund for premiums,
vol. 9 p. 1134, p. 1141.
to S. C. and Va. on Boston and other troubles,
Tryon to on raising troops in Chowan,
vol. 8 p. 705, p. 708.
warehouse coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 444.

Vail, Edward, Jr.,
claims,
vol. 9 p. 590.
lieut.,
vol. 10 p. 187.

Vail (Vaile, Veal), Jeremiah,
vol. 2 p. 346.
petition about road,
vol. 2 pp. 509-510.
sued for slander,

Vail (Vaile), Jeremiah,
bill to appoint receiver in place of,
capitol coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 348.
clerk,
vol. 4 p. 233.
collector,
vol. 23 p. 373, p. 397.
coms'r on buildings,
vol. 23 p. 365.
on road,
vol. 23 p. 220.
vol. 25 p. 264.
customs receiver,
vol. 5 p. 860.
debt to public collected out of estate,
deposition,
vol. 5 p. 823.
deputy clerk of council,
vol. 5 p. 31.
duties paid to,
vol. 8 p. 445.
gets votes for assembly,
vol. 5 p. 245.
in assembly,
inspector,
vol. 23 p. 381.
juror,
vol. 2 p. 477, p. 821.
vol. 25 p. 185.
land grant delayed,
vol. 4 p. 1047.
to,
vol. 4 p. 629, p. 768.
lot of vested in school trustees,
vol. 24 p. 608.
makes map of Wilmington,
vol. 25 p. 258.
on com. of assembly,
petition on trade,
vol. 5 pp. 321-324.
promises to report on duty received,
vol. 5 p. 827.
report on estate of,
vol. 6 p. 498.
rights proved,
vol. 4 p. 1039.
surety,
vol. 5 pp. 929-930.
witness,
vol. 5 p. 337.

Vail, Jeremy,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 257.

Vail, John,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 516.

Vail, John,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 522.
in assembly,
on com. of assem.,
vol. 6 p. 805, p. 817.
road coms'r,
vol. 23 p. 214.

Vail, Mary,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 56.

Vail, Moseley,
clerk of assembly,
nephew of E. Moseley,
vol. 3 p. 615.
witness for E. Moseley,

Vail, Ned,
in attack on Pollock,
vol. 10 p. 1032.

Vail, Robert,
exempted,
vol. 5 p. 1045.

Vail, Thos.,
act to make him treasurer of Edenton Dist.,
vol. 24 pp. 763-4.
memorial,
vol. 21 p. 221, p. 587.
petition, pardon and proceedings,

Vaile, Mrs.,
pay to,
vol. 22 p. 499.

Vaile, Edwd., Sr.,
a J. P.,
vol. 23 p. 993.

Vaison, Leml.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vaisy, Nathl.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Valdes, Antonio,
vol. 18 p. 526.

Valentine, Malachi,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.
soldier,
vol. 18 p. 797.

Valentine, Peter,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.
in Davidson's co.,
vol. 14 p. 294.

Valentine, Silas,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vallantine, Alex.,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 240.

Vallentine, Danl.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Valleway, Jane,
sells land,
vol. 1 p. 618.

Valleway, John,
buys land,
vol. 1 p. 611.
sells land,
vol. 1 p. 618.

Valley Baptist Asso'n,
history,
vol. 5 p. 1185, p. 1192.

Valley Forge, Pa.,
vol. 11 p. 828.
vol. 12 p. 515.
vol. 22 p. 94, p. 153.
army at,
vol. 11 p. 826.
vol. 13 p. 21, p. 38.
N. C. troops at,
vol. 11 p. xvi.
suffer at,
vol. 13 p. viii.
report on N. C. troops at,
vol. 13 p. 391, p. 427, p. 428.
returns of N. C. troops at,
vol. 11 p. 703.
siege of,
vol. 8 p. 770.
troops winter at,
vol. 13 p. iii.

Valley settlements of Cherokees,
vol. 22 p. 930.
vol. 24 p. 141.
act for treaty with,
vol. 24 pp. 509-10.
vol. 25 p. 59.
treaty to be held with,
vol. 22 pp. 760-1.

Valley towns (Cherokee),
vol. 22 p. 649.

Valuation Act,
instructions to agent on,
vol. 9 p. 579.
discussed,
vol. 9 p. xiv, p. xv.

Valway, John,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 186.

Van.
See Vann.

Van, Nathl.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Van, Wm.,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 257.

Van Berkel, Mr.,
vol. 17 p. 131.

Van Clave, Mr.,
vol. 5 p. 1209.

Van Cleave, Aaron,
petitions,
vol. 19 p. 927.

Van Cleave, Benj.,
petitions,
vol. 19 p. 927.

Van Cleave, Ralph,
petitions,
vol. 19 p. 927.

Van Cleave, Willis,
petitions,
vol. 19 p. 927.

Van Dan, Isaac,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 323.

Van Heir's Corps,
payment to,
vol. 16 p. 354.

Van Holleds,
vol. 12 p. 466.

Van Ross,
capt.,
vol. 15 p. 153.

Van Schelleback (Van Shellebuck, Van Schellenback), Mr.,
vol. 16 p. 489.
pay to ordered,
to Burke on imported supplies,
vol. 16 pp. 232-233.

Van Shelleback &co.,
and Bretigny's supplies,
vol. 16 p. 395.
to deliver arms and ammunition,
vol. 16 p. 387.

Van Schellebeck and Mailhol,
Burke to on schooner, freight, &c.,
vol. 16 pp. 549-550.
on work of Bretigny,
vol. 16 pp. 530-531.
invoice to,
vol. 19 pp. 879-880.
pork to,
vol. 16 p. 494.
report on supplies,
vol. 16 p. 475.

Van Sweeten's Cure for Armies,
sent to N. C.,
vol. 10 p. 756.

Van Vleck, Bishop,
correspondence with ment'd,
vol. 8 p. 778.

Vanbibber, Isaac, &co.,
import goods,
vol. 10 p. 576.

Vanboreas, Paul,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vance, ——,
owes State,
vol. 21 p. 1070.

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

Vance, Lieut.,
wishes of,
vol. 16 p. 625.

Vance, Davd.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1177.

Vance, Davd.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1177.

Vance, Davd.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vance, David,
army record,
vol. 13 p. 480.

Vance, David,
bill to collect specific supplies,
vol. 20 p. 9, p. 14, p. 15, p. 16, p. 24.
coms'r on boundary,
vol. 24 p. 646.
on line,
vol. 24 p. 472.
on school,
vol. 24 p. 535.
debt to be collected from,
vol. 10 p. 253.
dist. auditor,
vol. 24 p. 735.
in assembly,
insolvents allowed,
major,
vol. 20 p. 272, p. 460.
on com. of assembly,
See Also - Vane, David.

Vance, David,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 508.

Vance, David,
ensign,
vol. 10 p. 622.

Vance, Elijah,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1177.
in army,
vol. 13 p. 508.

Vance, James,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vance, John,
vol. 22 p. 154.
asked for guard,
vol. 11 p. 505.
captain,
vol. 10 p. 629.
vol. 15 p. 786, p. 787.
captured,
vol. 17 p. 1048.
clothing, &c., to,
vol. 22 p. 914.
commands artillery in 10th reg't,
vol. 22 p. 780, p. 903, p. 904.
committee to investigate conduct of and action on same,
goes north with his company,
vol. 11 p. xv.
officer,
vol. 18 p. 486.
ordered to the north,
vol. 11 p. 614, p. 616.
report against ment'd,
vol. 11 p. 490.
resolve of assembly on,
vol. 12 pp. 135-136.
return of artillery commanded by,
vol. 10 p. 803.
supplies to co.,
vol. 22 pp. 749-50.
to be reinstated in artillery,
vol. 22 p. 921.
to Caswell on pay for troops,
vol. 11 p. 676.
on tories,
vol. 11 pp. 547-548.
to move against insurgents,
vol. 11 p. 536.
to raise company,
vol. 10 p. 572.

Vance, John,
Cont. lieut.,
vol. 22 p. 1049.

Vance, Jno. C.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1196.

Vance, John Curlow (Curlon, Cureton),
lieut. artillery co.,
vol. 15 p. 735.
vol. 22 p. 926.
on clothes for artillery,
vol. 11 p. 672.
recommended as lieut.,
vol. 11 p. 548.

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

Vance, Sam'l,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-8.

Vance, Wm.,
in army,
vol. 21 p. 88.

Vance, Wm. Ross,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1196.
in army,
vol. 15 p. 735.

Vance Co.,
riots in,
vol. 5 p. lix.

Vanclift, ——,
stops survey,
vol. 5 p. 494.

Vandalia Company,
claims discussed,
vol. 14 pp. 217-218.

Vandaring's Mill, Pa.,
vol. 11 p. 643.

Vandeford, Noah,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1178.

Vandemerk, James,
bill for goods,
vol. 22 p. 441, p. 456.

Vanderford, Wm.,
petition of discussed,

Vandergrift, Leonard,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vanderhorst, Maj.,
vol. 14 p. 666.

Vanderhort, Arnoldus,
vol. 18 p. 463, p. 464.
and Indian supplies,
vol. 18 pp. 554-6.
vol. 20 p. 403, p. 404.
forwards goods,
vol. 17 p. 582.
imports goods into S. C.,
vol. 18 p. 524.
receives Indian goods,
vol. 17 p. 524.
to Blount on Indian treaties, &c.,

Vanderlyn, ——,
paints Davie,
vol. 19 p. 998.

Vandermark, James,
payment to,
vol. 22 p. 441, p. 456.

Vandermulin (Vandorumlen), Thos.,
vol. 23 p. 12.
commends Adams,
vol. 1 pp. 728-729.
on Cary Rebellion,
vol. 1 pp. 784-787.
to divide estate,
vol. 1 p. 421.
vestryman,
vol. 2 p. 209.
vol. 23 p. 7.
voting place on land of,
vol. 2 p. 214.

Vandewater, ——,
vol. 14 p. 95.

Vandicke, Henery,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 368.

Vandike, Gov.,
to Caswell on trade conv'n,
vol. 18 pp. 683-684.

Vandike, Charles,
pay to,
vol. 22 p. 489.

Vandiver, Charles,
petition,
vol. 16 p. 67, p. 69, p. 82, p. 88.
vol. 19 p. 40, p. 53.
tory,
vol. 16 p. 155.

Vandiver, Matthew,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 89.

Vandozen, John,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 281.

Vandross, Maj.,
canvas to,
vol. 14 p. 436.

Vanduyck, John,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 479.
vol. 16 p. 1197.

Vandyck, Henry,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 371.

Vandyk, John,
lieut. artillery,
vol. 15 p. 734.

Vandyke, Lt. Col.,
field officer,
vol. 12 p. 525.

Vandyke, Chas.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1178.

Vane (Vance?), David,
coms'r on pension claims,
vol. 24 p. 736.

Vaneverts, Minerats,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 421.

Vangelder, Tunis,
suit against,
vol. 2 p. 690, p. 691, p. 692.

Vanhassett, Wm. H.,
Martin to on trade with States General,
vol. 16 pp. 785-788.
petition,
vol. 19 p. 149, p. 262, p. 268.

Vanhook, Mr.,
vol. 5 p. 1204.

Vanhook, Aaron,
vol. 5 p. 1212.
claim allowed,
vol. 5 p. 980.

Vanhook, David,
asks for new county,
vol. 9 p. 90.

Vanhook, Isaac,
asks for new county,
vol. 9 pp. 89-90.

Vanhook, Jacob,
certificate lost,
vol. 19 p. 297.

Vanhook, Lawrence,
claim,
vol. 9 p. 489.
election illegal,

Vanhook, Lloyd,
asks for new county,
vol. 9 pp. 89-90.
town coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 993.

Vanhook, Samuel,
asks for new county,
vol. 9 p. 90.
juror,
vol. 7 p. 842.

Vanhorn, ——,
a pirate,
vol. 1 p. 348.

Vanhorn, Lt.,
vol. 22 p. 158.

Vanhorn, Peter P.,
work as a Baptist,

Vanhur, A.,
pay to,
vol. 18 p. 541.

Vanlandingham, Richard,
petition on C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 806-807.

Vanlubin, Chris.,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 188.

Vann.
See Van.

Vann, Ed.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 328.

Vann, Edward,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 884.

Vann, Geo.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 359.

Vann, John,
claim allowed,
vol. 5 p. 983, p. 985.
committee on public claims meets at house of,
vol. 5 pp. 975-986.

Vann, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 327.

Vann, John,
surety,
vol. 5 p. 611.

Vann, Joseph,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 517.

Vann, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 327.

Vann, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 328.

Vann, Wm.,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 517.

Vann, Wm.,
town coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 776.

Vannoy (Venoy, Vanoy, Vanois, VanNoy), Andrew,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.
captain,
vol. 10 pp. 936-937.
on clothes for 10th regt.,
vol. 11 pp. 670-671.
roster of co.,

Vannoy, John,
vol. 5 p. 1205.

Vanpelt, Arthur,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vanpelt, Daniel,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 522.
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 642.

Vanpelt, Henry,
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 243.

Vanpelt, Jacob,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 319.

Vanpelt, John,
discharged by court,
vol. 2 p. 663.
juror,
vol. 4 p. 522.
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 589.

Vanpelt, John,
jailed,
vol. 22 p. 855.

Vanpelt, Peter,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1178.

Vanpelt's (Van Pelt's, Van Plett's),
inspection at,
vol. 23 p. 641, p. 792.
vol. 25 p. 313, p. 379.

Vanschaick, Col.,
field officer,
vol. 12 p. 531, p. 546.
position of regt. in army,
vol. 12 p. 509.

Vantrump, Peter,
petitions for his liberty,
vol. 2 pp. 702-703.

Vanzant, Jacob,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 429.

Varcaze, Jas.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Varcer, ——,
vol. 15 p. 381.

Varden, David,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Varden, Davd.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Varden, Silvester,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 334.

Vardey, Aaron,
signs Cumberland Co. Ass'n,
vol. 10 pp. 29-30.

Varell, Dr. Wm.,
school trustee,
vol. 24 p. 876.

Vargin, Benjamin,
receives clothing,
vol. 16 p. 619.

Varle, Capt.,
movements reported,
vol. 5 p. 136.

Varnam, John,
exempted,
vol. 8 p. 394.

Varnan, James,
petition on C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 806-807.

Varnelson, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 324.

Varner, ——,
on guard,
vol. 12 p. 511.

Varner, Lieut.,
on court martial,
vol. 12 p. 514.

Varner, Robert,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 254.
army rank,
vol. 13 p. 475.
vol. 16 p. 1177.
owes State,
vol. 21 p. 1070.

Varner, Robert,
signs Cumberland Co. Ass'n,
vol. 10 pp. 29-30.

Varnham, John,
land patent to,
vol. 1 pp. 253-254.

Varnon, Thos.,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Varnum, Brig. Gen.,
composition of brigade,
vol. 12 p. 508.

Varnum, James,
rights proved,
vol. 4 p. 598.

Varry, Benj.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1178.

Vas.
See Vos.

Vas, Joanna,
sells land,
vol. 1 p. 485.

Vas (Voses), Wm.,
gives power of att'y,
vol. 1 p. 485.
sells land,
vol. 1 p. 485.

Vase, T.,
Baptist minister,
vol. 5 p. 1183.

Vasey, Nathaniel,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vashon, Mr.,
asst. quartermaster,
vol. 15 p. 698.
quartermaster for hospitals,
vol. 11 p. 713.

Vass, Mr.,
vol. 15 p. 450.
negligent as commissioner,
vol. 14 p. 430.

Vass, Philip,
accounts of to be settled,
vol. 19 p. 586.
and provisions,
vol. 16 p. 961.
Bd. War to on provisions,
vol. 14 pp. 447-448.
letter of ment'd,
vol. 14 p. 432, p. 438.
salt to,
vol. 14 p. 460.
to Burke on beeves,
vol. 15 p. 636.
to hold hogs for govt.,
to Sumner on provisions,
vol. 15 p. 599.

Vass, Vincent,
allowance to,
vol. 12 p. 611.
vol. 19 p. 371.
report on memorial of,
vol. 17 p. viii.

Vass, W.,
allowance to,
vol. 13 p. 911.

Vassall, ——,
ment'd,
vol. 1 p. 160.

Vassall, Henry,
proposes to found new colony on Cape Fear,
vol. 1 p. 145.
to Proprietors on Yeamans's colony,
vol. 1 pp. 144-145.

Vassall, John,
vol. 1 p. 46.
petition from,
vol. 1 pp. 145-149.
surveyor general,
vol. 1 p. xiv, p. 73.
to Colleton on breakup of Clarendon Co.,
vol. 1 pp. 159-160.

Vassell, Samuel,
claims C. under Heath charter,
vol. 1 pp. 35-36.

Vasser, Robt.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 377.

Vattell,
quoted,
vol. 22 p. 902.

Vaud, Canton de,
vol. 1 p. 977, p. 985.

Vaudam, Isaac,
sells guns,
vol. 5 p. 983.

Vaugh, James,
in army,
vol. 15 p. 732.

Vaugh, Richd.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1177.

Vaughan, Capt.,
roster of co.,

Vaughan, Col.,
vol. 14 p. 582.

Vaughan, Gen.,
expected to invade Ga.,
vol. 14 p. 285.
troops suffer,
vol. 17 p. 989.
wants horses,
vol. 15 p. 311.

Vaughan, Abm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vaughan, Danl.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vaughan, Geo.,
letter from ment'd,
vol. 5 p. 251.
letter on his proposed gift to education and religion,
scheme for religion and education considered,
vol. 5 p. 306.

Vaughan, James,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1178.
captain,
vol. 10 p. 975.
coms'r on town,
vol. 24 p. 856.
to impress horses,
in assembly,
vol. 17 p. 715, p. 770, p. 795.
in conv. 1788,
vol. 22 p. 3, p. 6, p. 26, p. 28, p. 30, p. 32.
lieut.,
vol. 10 p. 944.
on com. of assem.,
vol. 13 p. 740, p. 790, p. 791.
vol. 16 p. 116, p. 144.
vol. 17 p. 727, p. 755.
petitions,
vol. 19 p. 933.

Vaughan, Jo.,
to Gates on wounded Americans,
vol. 14 p. 559.

Vaughan, Vincent,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 89.

Vaughan, West,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1178.

Vaughan, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vaughan, Wm.,
attends Board of Trade,
vol. 4 p. 437.

Vaughan, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 315, p. 316.

Vaughan, Wm.,
law suit,
vol. 2 p. 91.
proves account,
vol. 2 p. 149.
sent to fix up peace,
vol. 2 p. 141.
tried and dismissed,
vol. 1 p. 856.

Vaughan, Wm.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 89.

Vaughan, Wm.,
petition on imprisonment of debtors,
vol. 5 p. 754.

Vaughan, Wm.,
resurvey granted to,
vol. 4 p. 590.

Vaughan, Wm.,
town coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 860.

Vaughan, Wm., &co.,
law suit,
vol. 2 p. 91.

Vaughan, Zachariah,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 169.

Vaughan &co.,
law suit,
vol. 2 p. 91.

Vaughn, ——,
prisoner,
vol. 16 p. 671.

Vaughn, James,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1177.

Vaughn, Jno.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vaughn, Richard,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vaughn, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vaun, ——,
impresses horse,
vol. 22 p. 592.

Vaunce, Capt.,
vol. 10 p. 417.

Vaux, William,
petition,
vol. 1 pp. 305-306.

Veach, Nathan,
lieut.,
vol. 22 p. 106.

Veal.
See Vail, Vaile, Vial.

Veal, Mr.,
vol. 4 p. 444.

Veal, Col.,
vol. 22 p. 751.

Veal, Edward,
army record,
vol. 13 p. 480.

Veal (Veale), Frans.,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 619.
land grant to delayed,
vol. 4 p. 220.

Veal (Veale), John,
land grant asked,
vol. 4 p. 440.
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 446.

Veal, Wm.,
Mrs. Gregory to be administratrix of,
vol. 11 p. 721.

Veale, Mary,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 714.

Veale, Wm.,
vol. 11 p. 797.

Veale, Wm.,
petitions on roads and ferries,
vol. 5 pp. 164-166.

Veall, Capt.,
vol. 2 p. 319.

Veasey, Elias,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 164.

Veasy, James,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 164.

Veazey, Elijah,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 171.

Veazey, James.
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 171.

Veazey, Telulu,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 179.

Veazey, Thos.,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 170.

Vehicles,
tax on,
vol. 23 p. 690, p. 702.

Veitche family,
vol. 8 p. 742.

Velin, Robert,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vellson, Berry,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 851.

Velst, Peter,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 189.

Veltheusen, John Casper,
vol. 8 p. 766.
letter to on condition of Lutheran churches in N. C.,
vol. 8 p. 772.
receives aid for Germans,
vol. 8 p. 632.

Venable, John,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 89.

Vendrick, Dan.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 315.

Vendrick, Jno.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 315.

Vendrick, John,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 962, p. 1250.

Vendrick, Peter,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 315.

Vendrick, Peter,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 89.

Vendue law,
bill to repeal,
vol. 21 p. 889.

Vendue masters,
act to regulate,
vol. 24 pp. 559-60.
bill for,
to appoint,
vol. 19 p. 351.

Vendues,
act for tax on,
vol. 24 pp. 559-60.
vol. 25 p. 58.

Venelson, Earl,
in militia,
vol. 17 p. 1059.

Venice,
laws fitted for,
vol. 3 p. 15.

Venson, Absalom,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Venson, David,
exempted,
vol. 8 p. 110.

Venters, Arthur,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Venters, Daniel,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.
army rank,
vol. 13 p. 516.
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Venters, Moses,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Venters, Moses,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.
army rank,
vol. 15 p. 732.
vol. 16 p. 1178.

Ventress, Leml.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1177.

Venus,
vol. 6 p. 738.
vol. 13 p. 305.

Vera Cruz,
account of capture and loss of schooner in,
vol. 9 pp. 319-322.
crew leaves for N. C.,
vol. 9 p. 314.
deposition on capture of John and Elizabeth at,
vol. 9 pp. 353-4, p. 360.
N. C. vessel detained at,
vol. 9 p. 69.
privateers from,
vol. 1 p. 348.
ship sent to,
vol. 9 p. 277.
Simpson's vessel seized at,
vol. 9 p. 1159.
vessel confiscated in,
treatment of prisoners at misrepresented,
vol. 9 p. 350.

Verango,
vol. 5 p. 465.

Verbeck, John Renatus,
visits N. C.,
vol. 5 p. 1158.

Verdicts, untrue,
Eng. act on in force in N. C.,
vol. 23 p. 322.

Verdie, Aaron,
loyalist,
vol. 10 p. 597.

Verdier, Batista,
prisoner,
vol. 16 p. 673.

Vergennes, Count de,
vol. 17 p. 177, p. 179, p. 180.
vol. 20 p. 678.
and French tobacco monopoly,
and treaty of peace,
vol. 16 p. 748.
intercedes for Asgel,
vol. 16 p. 457.

Vergin, Wm.,
petitions for Windsor as C. H.,
vol. 9 pp. 804-806.

Vermillion, Saml.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 89.

Vermin,
act to destroy,
acts on ment'd,
vol. 3 p. 187, p. 192, p. 193.
bill to destroy,
vol. 3 p. 578.
vol. 13 p. 356.
damage by,
vol. 11 pp. 812-813.
law needed for killing of,
vol. 4 p. 228.

Vermont,
vol. 11 p. 460.
as example for Franklin,
vol. 22 p. 646.
case of before C. C.,
vol. 17 pp. 136-138.
encouraged by Eastern States,
vol. 17 p. 66.
not example for Franklin,
vol. 17 p. 444.
not yet in Union,
vol. 22 p. 800.
organization of discussed,
vol. 17 p. 89.
quarrels with N. Y.,
vol. 17 p. 174.
troublesome,
vol. 16 p. 479.
wants western people to revolt,
vol. 16 p. 460.

Vernam, John,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 704.

Vernan, John,
land grant asked,
vol. 4 p. 440.
grant to,
vol. 4 p. 343, p. 1046.

Verney, Mr.,
vol. 4 p. 208.

Vernham, John,
engages in Culpepper Rebellion,
vol. 1 p. 259, p. 260.
in assem.,
vol. 1 p. 273.

Vernon, Mr.,
letter of,
vol. 1 p. 477.

Vernon, Mr.,
letter from,
vol. 3 p. 64.

Vernon, Admiral,
and Carthagena expedition,
vol. 15 p. 752.
N. C. troops in fleet of,
vol. 4 p. x.

Vernon, Capt.,
vol. 15 p. 590.
to deliver salt,
vol. 14 p. 459.

Vernon, Amos,
regulator,
vol. 7 p. 735.

Vernon, Ann,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 52.

Vernon, Ephraim,
vol. 3 p. 425.
a J. P.,
vol. 3 p. 425.
vol. 4 p. 4, p. 46.
land grant to,

Vernon, F.,
sec'y of Privy Council and signs its orders,
vol. 11 p. 144.

Vernon, James,
letter on pirates,
vol. 1 p. 515.
signs instructions on trade and navigation laws,
vol. 1 p. 504.
to Proprietors on frauds in customs,
vol. 1 p. 492.

Vernon, James,
clerk to King in council,
vol. 4 p. 251.
signs minutes of council on Burrington's instructions,
vol. 3 p. 118.
order for seal,
orders in council,
vol. 4 p. 422, p. 435.
proceedings of Board of Trade,
vol. 4 p. 23.

Vernon, John,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 1241.

Vernon, N.,
to Gates asking for parole,
vol. 14 p. 596.

Vernon, Robert,
money to,
vol. 16 p. 657.

Vernon, Thomas,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vernor, Ephraim,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 684.

Verplanck's Point,
vol. 14 p. 329, p. 330, p. 331.
British evacuate,
vol. 14 p. 213.

Verrel, John,
attorney,
vol. 22 p. 364.

Verrier, ——,
adjutant,

Verrier, Lieut.,
in N. C. battalion,
vol. 13 p. 343.

Verrier, Jas.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1177.
army record,
vol. 13 p. 481.
ensign,
vol. 13 p. 526.

Verrier, Jas.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Versailles, court of,
vol. 6 p. 592.
vol. 15 p. 339.
vol. 17 p. 5, p. 43, p. 71, p. 433.
vol. 18 p. 610, p. 633.
vol. 19 p. 505, p. 750.
drawn on for money,
vol. 14 p. 564.

Vess, Mary,
claim,
vol. 9 p. 489.

Vessels,
act against masters entertaining slaves,
vol. 24 pp. 890-1, p. 896.
on duty of masters,
vol. 25 pp. 6-7, pp. 72-3.
on entering,
vol. 23 pp. 44-45, p. 333.
vol. 25 p. 160.
to encourage native owners,
vol. 1 p. 219.
to encourage owners,
vol. 25 p. 137.
to lay tonnage duty,
to prevent their leaving port,
bill for examination as to health, &c.,
council consulted on act on,
fees on domestic and foreign considered,
vol. 5 p. 549.
notes on act for entering,
vol. 3 p. 184.
report on entries in Cape Fear,
vol. 22 p. 312.
to be under admiralty jurisdiction when captured,
vol. 24 pp. 119-123.

Vessey, Beatrice de,
marries John Burke,
vol. 15 p. 677.

Vessey, Pvo de,
vol. 15 p. 677.

Vestal, David,
asks pay for supplies against regulators,
vol. 9 pp. 354-355.

Vestal, Thomas,
asks pay for supplies against regulators,
vol. 9 pp. 354-355.

Vestal, Wm.,
asks pay for supplies against regulators,
vol. 9 pp. 354-355.

Vestal, Wm.,
resigns as J. P.,
vol. 21 p. 94, p. 103.

Vestall, Wm.,
in conv. 1788,
in conv. 1789,
vol. 22 p. 37.

Vestol, Will.,
town coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 775.

Vestry,
act of 1701 ment'd,
vol. 1 p. 572.
act on,
vol. 2 pp. 207-213.
vol. 6 p. 227.
vol. 25 p. 160.
causes trouble,
vol. 9 p. 341.
considered,
disallowed,
disallowance recommended and authorized,
vol. 6 pp. 720-723.
encourage dissenters,
vol. 6 p. 995.
Lamb's report on,
vol. 6 pp. 748-749.
needed,
vol. 6 p. 839.
petition for repeal of,
vol. 10 pp. 1015-1017.
Reed on need of,
vol. 9 p. 341.
referred to Bp. of London,
vol. 6 p. 728, p. 751.
repealed,
summarized,
vol. 1 p. 876.
sent to Bishop of London,
vol. 6 pp. 627-628.
should be reënacted,
vol. 6 p. 1091, p. 1154a.
to appoint,
to call to account for moneys,
vol. 23 p. 111, p. 334.
vol. 25 p. 210.
to confirm,
vol. 23 p. 484.
vol. 25 pp. 364-5.
to regulate,
vol. 3 p. 176.
vol. 23 p. 116.
and Presbyterians,
vol. 9 p. 363.
bill for,
vol. 6 p. 745.
choosing,
on,
regulating needed,
vol. 5 p. 1014, p. 1041.
to confirm and elect,
vol. 7 p. 93.
to continue act on,
to elect,
to establish,
Bishop of London on act for,
vol. 9 p. 82.
captured by dissenters,
vol. 9 p. 622.
character of bill on,
vol. 6 p. 223.
choice and duties of in S. C.,
civil duties of,
vol. 2 p. 11, p. 121, p. 151.
vol. 23 p. 65.
commends Adams,
Gordon,
vol. 1 pp. 685-686.
composition,
vol. 2 p. 131.
condition,
vol. 6 p. 57.
declaration required of,
vol. 9 p. 83.
Dobbs on bill for,
to assembly on,
vol. 6 p. 804.
drunk and quarrel,
vol. 1 p. 769.
duties,
vol. 2 pp. 210-212.
evade clergy law,
vol. 5 p. 870.
have power to dismiss minister,
vol. 2 p. 271.
illegal election of,
vol. 5 p. 528.
information from asked,
vol. 7 pp. 251-252.
instructions on,
vol. 5 p. 1136.
laws on repealed in Eng.,
vol. 7 pp. 7-8.
list of vestrymen,
vol. 2 pp. 208-209.
made up of dissenters in Rowan Co.,
vol. 8 p. 503.
Moir on act,
vol. 6 p. 1042.
no law for,
vol. 6 p. 977, p. 990.
note on act,
vol. 3 p. 190.
vol. 8 pp. 4-5.
number,
vol. 2 p. 126.
oath taken by,
vol. 2 p. 210.
vol. 25 p. 300.
of Bath Co. to S. P. G. on need of missionaries,
vol. 2 pp. 273-274.
of St. Pauls to S. P. G. on church affairs,
vol. 2 pp. 118-120.
powers,
vol. 2 p. 220, p. 223.
vol. 4 p. 606.
vol. 5 p. 107.
vol. 6 p. 1027.
vol. 23 pp. 583-5.
claimed by,
vol. 6 p. 553.
vol. 7 p. 150, p. 151, p. 152.
vol. 8 p. 13, p. 14.
devolve on overseers of the poor,
vol. 24 p. 93.
discussed,
vol. 8 p. xliii.
noticed,
vol. 5 p. 332.
reserved to in church act,
vol. 2 p. 127.
prepare account of parish,
vol. 2 p. 131.
provide for collecting taxes,
vol. 1 p. 559.
provision for,
vol. 23 pp. 497-8.
put in charge of weights and measures,
vol. 23 p. 53.
reasons for their control over clergy,
vol. 6 p. 709.
reënactment of law on recommended,
vol. 6 p. 347.
refuse to pay missionaries,
vol. 1 p. 887.
to qualify,
vol. 8 p. 202.
in Rowan,
vol. 8 p. 219.
registers of births, marriages and deaths to be kept,
vol. 2 pp. 877-878.
regulations for voters for,
vol. 6 p. 1255.
on,
vol. 10 pp. 553-4.
right of presentation in,
vol. 25 p. 431.
should have powers of presentation,
vol. 5 p. 299.
Stewart on powers of,
vol. 7 pp. 494-495.
summary of laws on,
taxes levied by revoked,
vol. 23 p. 928.
to choose church wardens,
vol. 2 p. 211.
to include minister,
vol. 3 p. 110.
to levy taxes,
vol. 2 p. 212.
treatment of Urmston,
vol. 2 p. 127.
troubles with in Rowan,
vol. 8 pp. 202-210.
See Also - County Courts, Church of England, Established Church, etc.

Vestry Book of St. Paul's,
extracts from,

Vesuvius Furnace,

Veto power,
in hands of governor,
vol. 3 p. xiii, p. 69.
vol. 6 p. 527.

Vexatious suits,
act to prevent,
vol. 24 p. 491.

Vial.
See Vail, Vaile, Veal.

Vial (Vail?), Edward,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Viars, Wm.,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 89.

Vicar of Wakefield,
vol. 17 p. 125.

Vicars, Thos.,
receives pay for soldiers,
vol. 17 p. 246.

Vicas, Thos.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vice Admiral of North Carolina,
Burrington,
vol. 3 p. 212.

Vice Admiralty,
courts increased to collect fines under trade acts and plan of districts for same,
vol. 11 pp. 216-219.

Vice Admiralty powers,
not recognized by charter colonies,
vol. 1 p. 632.

Vice and immorality,
act to suppress,
bill to suppress,
vol. 17 p. 319, p. 356.
vol. 20 pp. 30-31.
laws against to be enforced,
vol. 3 pp. 111-112.
laws for suppression,
vol. 3 p. 180.
to be suppressed,
vol. 22 p. 664.

Vice Chamberlain, The,
vol. 6 p. 1015.
at council,
vol. 2 p. 680, p. 732.
on Bd. T. and F. P.,
vol. 1 p. 223.

Vice Chamberlains of Chamberlain's Court,
under F. C.,
vol. 25 p. 128.

Vichous, Benj.,
captured,
vol. 15 p. 467.

Vick, Isaac,
petitions on roads and ferries,
vol. 5 pp. 164-166.

Vick, Isaiah,
in army,
vol. 13 p. 512.
vol. 16 p. 1177.

Vick, Jacob,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vick, Jesse,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 89.

Vick, Jos.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vick, Wilson,
in assem.,
in conv. 1789,
vol. 22 p. 38, p. 47, p. 48.

Vickany, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 166.

Vickany, Wm., Jr.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 166.

Vickers, John,
certificate to,
vol. 18 p. 264.
vol. 19 p. 528, p. 529.
petitions for new certificate,
vol. 18 p. 19, p. 34.

Vickers, Ralph,
deserter,
vol. 16 p. 518.

Vickers, Thomas,
receives pay for soldiers,
vol. 17 p. 191.

Vickery, Luke,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vickery, Marma.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vickes, Elijah,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 89.

Vickory, Henry,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1178.

Vickory, Hezekiah,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vickory, John,
agrees to restitution of fees in Rowan,

Vickry, Jno.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vicks, Joseph,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vicky, Wm.,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 175.

Vicory, Ezekiel,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vidale (Vidall), John,
appears in court,
vol. 2 p. 435.
arrested for robbing, &c.,
vol. 2 pp. 676-677.

Vienna Congress,
representatives to,
vol. 22 pp. 553-4, p. 1030.

Vigers, Richard,
witness,
vol. 6 p. 22, p. 32, p. 312.

Viggers, Richard,
land grant to,
vol. 23 p. 810.

Vigilant,
vol. 14 p. 323.
arrives in S. C.,
vol. 14 p. 112.
convoys troops,
vol. 13 p. 286, p. 326, p. 333.
stationed at Port Royal Island,
vol. 14 p. 340.

Vigle, Lodowick,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 421.

Vilicon Creek,
inspection at,
vol. 25 p. 313, p. 379.

Villebrune, Mr. De La,
vol. 16 p. 298.

Villegagnon,
betrays Coligny,
vol. 2 p. 763, p. 764.

Villiers, Viscount,
at Privy Council,
vol. 11 pp. 213-215.

Villiers (parole),
vol. 22 p. 875.

Vince, Humphrey,
grand juror,
vol. 2 p. 98.
quit rents of,
vol. 22 p. 247.

Vince, Thos.,
caveat against,
vol. 5 p. 993.
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 651, p. 768.
petitions on roads and ferries,
vol. 5 pp. 164-166.

Vincen, Davd.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vincennes,
vol. 20 p. 741, p. 746.

Vincent, Alex.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 162.

Vincent, Alex.,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 173.

Vincent, Ambrose,
vol. 2 p. 765.

Vincent, Benj.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vincent, David,
case dismissed,
vol. 2 p. 602.
scire facias issued for,
vol. 2 p. 586, p. 595.

Vincent, Geo.,
boundary coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 974.
building coms'r,
vol. 24 p. 968.

Vincent, George,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-12.

Vincent, Henry,
recommended for promotion,
vol. 11 p. 716.

Vincent, John,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 522.

Vincent, Nicholas,
surety,
vol. 2 p. 480, p. 481.

Vincent, Peter,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 162.

Vincent, Peter,
takes oath,
vol. 22 p. 173.

Vincent, Thomas,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 522.

Vincent, Thomas,
petition on separation,
vol. 22 pp. 705-12.

Vincent, Wm.,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vincent, Wm.,
juror,
vol. 4 p. 521.

Vincents, Henry,
rank settled,
vol. 15 p. 700.

Viner, Ann,
makes indenture,
vol. 1 p. 488.

Viner, Elizabeth,
makes indenture,
vol. 1 p. 488.

Vines, Mr.,
pay to,
vol. 22 p. 500.

Vines, Benj.,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 1250.

Vines, Jno.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vines, Jno.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vines, Saml.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vines, Samuel,
land grant to,
vol. 4 p. 761.

Vines, Samuel,
rights proved,
vol. 4 p. 765.

Vines, Wm.,
petitions on land grants,
vol. 11 pp. 250-253.

Vines,
encouraged by Proprietors,
vol. 1 p. 51.

Vineyard, John,
vol. 17 p. 168.

Vining, Miss,
vol. 14 p. 347, p. 804.
vol. 15 p. 342, p. 367.

Vining (Viney), Mrs.,
vol. 14 p. 804.
vol. 15 p. 342, p. 367.
Burke to on his departure from Phila. (poetry),
vol. 15 p. 744.

Vining, John,
in C. C.,
vol. 17 p. 556, p. 557.

Vining (Vincing), Kedar,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vinson, Benjamin,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vinson, Drury,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 332.

Vinson (Vincent), James,
claim,
vol. 20 p. 200, p. 374, p. 382.
in conv. 1788,
vol. 22 p. 3, p. 6, p. 26, p. 28, p. 30, p. 32.

Vinson, Moses,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vinson, Patrick,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vinson, Peter,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 371.

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

Vinson, Wm.,
in militia,
vol. 22 p. 379.

Vinson, Wm.,
juror,
vol. 25 p. 189.

Vinzant, Barnabas,
pensioner,
vol. 22 p. 89.

Viper,
cruiser,
vol. 6 p. 1028, p. 1058.
vol. 8 p. 30.
and Stamp Act proceedings,
brought to terms,
vol. 7 p. vii.
cruises off coast,
vol. 5 p. xliv.
duel between officers,
provisions refused to,
stopped in proceedings against Stamp Act,
vol. 8 p. x, p. xii.
seizes vessels,
vol. 7 p. vii.
surrenders sloops,
vol. 7 pp. viii-ix.

Viper,
vessel,
vol. 13 p. 355.

vipon, Henry,
vol. 10 p. 287.
buys at Martin sale,
coms'r on navigation,
vol. 24 p. 403.
ensign,
vol. 10 p. 188.
has lead,
vol. 15 p. 572.
to join Caswell,
vol. 10 p. 445.
to superintend fortifications,
vol. 10 p. 416.

Vipor, Henry,
vol. 20 p. 432.

Virgil (P. Virgilius Maro),
quoted,
vol. 1 p. 859.
vol. 10 p. 1038.

Virginia,
abuse of N. C.,
vol. 1 p. xxiii.
abuses in church,
vol. 1 p. 234.
of traders from, regulated,
vol. 3 p. 186.
Acadians (?) imported from Nova Scotia,
vol. 5 p. 446, p. 562.
sent to England,
vol. 5 p. 585.
act against collection of foreign debts,
vol. 2 pp. 835-836.
against counterfeiting money of repealed,
vol. 7 p. 673.
for aid to ment'd,
vol. 22 p. 362.
to confirm land grants by,
vol. 24 pp. 446-7.
to send aid to,
vol. 23 pp. 392-8.
to suppress counterfeiting bills of,
vol. 23 pp. 616-7.
to restrain trade,
and resolves of laid before assembly,
vol. 13 p. 401.
action of applauded on Boston trouble,
vol. 11 p. 246.
of assem. on letter from,
vol. 8 p. 9, p. 16.
on counterfeiting commended,
vol. 9 p. 709.
on Transylvania,
address from refused,
vol. 8 p. 44.
to Gov. of ment'd,
vol. 2 p. 3.
admiralty court affairs,
vol. 1 p. 490.
advantages over Md.,
vol. 1 p. 99.
agents to,
vol. 1 p. 874.
agreement in matter of D. S. Canal,
vol. 25 pp. 91-3.
aid from,
vol. 10 p. 455.
vol. 17 p. 786, p. 787, p. 788.
against Cary Rebellion,
against Cherokees,
vol. 5 p. 1.
at Ocracock,
expected,
for S. C.,
vol. 5 p. 765, p. 766.
vol. 6 p. 61.
vol. 11 p. xiii.
vol. 13 p. 266, p. 267, p. 277.
vol. 22 p. 982, p. 984.
in French War,
vol. 5 p. 430, p. 434, p. 647.
vol. 6 p. 813.
in King's Mtn. battle,
in Tuscarora war,
in Yemassee war,
aid to,
vol. 6 p. 44.
vol. 9 p. 570.
vol. 10 p. 455.
vol. 14 p. 436.
against Cherokees,
vol. 6 p. 257.
asked of N. C.,
by Ga.,
vol. 11 p. 686.
by Howe,
vol. 22 p. 729, p. 730.
by N. C.,
vol. 6 p. xi, p. 476.
vol. 15 p. 138.
by N. C. in Fr. and I. war,
vol. 9 p. xliii.
considered,
vol. 14 p. 87.
from Parliament,
vol. 5 p. 925.
granted,
vol. 5 p. 656.
in French war,
vol. 6 p. 666.
allowance for Indians on way to,
vol. 5 p. 985.
to judges,
vol. 5 p. 788.
to loan office,
vol. 20 p. 652.
allowed to buy pork in N. C.,
vol. 15 pp. 417-418.
amount rec'd from parliamentary grant,
vol. 6 p. 477.
animosity to S. C. subsides,
vol. 5 p. 636.
and Albany Union,
vol. 5 p. xx.
and Cherokee boundary,
vol. 15 p. 704.
and Continental money,
vol. 16 p. 447.
and Dismal Swamp Canal,
and French war,
and Indian boundary,
vol. 7 p. 537.
and Indian trade,
vol. 6 p. 5.
vol. 7 p. 270.
and King's Mtn. campaign,
and regulation of trade,
vol. 18 p. 535, p. 536.
and U. S. duties,
and W. I. trade,
vol. 16 p. 730.
anti-tobacco law discussed by Everard,
vol. 2 pp. 762-763.
petition of Albemarle against,
repealed,
vol. 3 p. 398.
appoints German and French interpreter,
vol. 13 p. 335.
superintendent among Cherokees,
vol. 11 p. 608.
appropriates land for soldiers,
vol. 15 p. 198.
armed troops in,
vol. 9 p. 1248, p. 1249.
arms asked from,
vol. 15 p. 449.
brought to,
vol. 11 p. 454.
sent from,
vol. 15 p. 590.
vol. 16 p. 272.
to be borrowed from,
vol. 15 p. 433.
to be given troops,
vol. 5 p. 134.
to be secured from,
arms Sawras,
vol. 2 p. 252.
army movements in,
vol. 22 pp. 586-8.
Arnold and Phillip's campaign in,
vol. 16 p. vi.
aroused,
vol. 15 p. 113.
arrogance of officials of,
vol. 2 p. viii.
asked to furnish quota of supplies,
vol. 14 p. 610.
asks aid against French,
vol. 5 p. 109.
of C. C. for South,
vol. 14 p. 497.
N. C. to furnish her troops,
vol. 18 p. 810.
that Howe be made brig. gen.,
vol. 11 p. x.
assembly, grant to R. Green,
vol. 1 p. 17.
grants authority to explore C.,
vol. 1 p. 17.
on amount of tobacco,
vol. 1 pp. 311-312.
on French invasion,
vol. 5 pp. 247-248.
refuses aid in French war,
vol. 5 pp. 138-139.
Spotswood to on Tuscarora war,
vol. 2 pp. 78-79.
to N. C. on Stamp Act,
vol. 7 pp. 746-749.
Atkins Indian agent for,
vol. 5 pp. 912-913.
attachments in,
vol. 9 p. 964.
attempt to emit paper money in,
vol. 5 p. 444.
to regulate labor,
vol. 13 p. 401.
to seduce,
vol. 13 pp. 244-245.
att'y gen. of,
vol. 1 p. 512, p. 513.
authority of to try N. C. pirates,
vol. 2 pp. 319-320.
bad tobacco shipped into N. C.,
vol. 4 p. 170.
balance of trade in favor of N. C.,
vol. 5 p. 333.
Baptists in,
battles of N. C. to be fought in,
vol. 10 p. 905.
begins to depend on regular troops,
vol. 11 p. 264.
behavior of militia,
vol. 15 p. 66.
big bounties offered by,
vol. 13 pp. 52-53.
bill against counterfeiting money of,
vol. 6 p. 1191.
for canal,
vol. 20 p. 165, p. 174, p. 341.
for duty on exports to,
vol. 5 p. 1047.
to confirm grants in N. C. by,
to confirm patents of,
vol. 19 p. 45, p. 46, p. 50, p. 53.
to encourage enlistments for aid to,
to levy tax to send aid to repealed,
vol. 9 pp. 744-745.
to prevent exports to,
vol. 5 p. 704.
to punish counterfeiters of money of,
to quiet land titles on boundary,
bills do not circulate in,
vol. 5 p. 313.
bills of exchange law copied,
vol. 3 p. 188.
bishop to be settled in,
vol. 4 p. 924.
Board of Trade on bill for aid to,
vol. 6 pp. 22-24.
Board of War offers militia to gov.,
vol. 14 p. 488.
borderers take C. cattle,
vol. 1 p. 751.
boundaries discussed,
vol. 5 p. 385.
with Indians settled,
vol. 6 p. 1090.
boundary of Albemarle Co.,
vol. 1 p. 377.
of N. C.,
vol. 4 p. 1073.
bounds of charter to,
vol. 2 pp. 382-383.
British act to reimburse for French war,
vol. 25 p. 362, p. 378.
British at Hampton and Norfolk,
defences against,
vol. 14 p. 723, p. 725.
grievances against,
vol. 18 pp. 562-563.
invade,
vol. 10 p. 892.
vol. 16 p. viii.
vol. 19 p. 909, p. 910.
vol. 22 p. 542, p. 547.
leave,
vol. 14 p. 476.
vol. 15 p. 664.
prisoners sent to,
vol. 14 p. 415, p. 416.
vol. 17 p. 710.
reinforcements to be sent to,
vol. 15 p. 777.
reports on dissatisfaction in,
vol. 13 p. 367.
threaten,
vol. 15 p. 121.
to go to,
vol. 10 p. 299.
builds fort among Cherokees,
vol. 5 pp. 655-656.
Ft. Loudoun,
vol. 5 p. xxvi.
galleries,
vol. 11 p. 635.
Burke to counties of on movements of Br.,
vol. 15 p. 549.
buys beef and pork alive in N. C.,
vol. 2 pp. 761-762.
called also Florida,
vol. 1 p. 119.
campaign against Cherokees,
vol. 10 p. xv.
can be held by N. C. tories,
vol. 10 p. 46.
can furnish no arms to N. C.,
vol. 15 p. 117.
cannon imported for,
vol. 13 pp. 291-292.
sent to,
vol. 10 p. 687.
captures Teach,
vol. 2 p. 322.
Carolinians to remove to,
vol. 1 p. 835.
Carteret's lands located next to,
vol. 11 p. 77.
cash brought in from,
vol. 3 p. 609.
Caswell to legislature of on exports, &c.,
vol. 13 p. 45.
Catawbas not asked to aid,
vol. 5 p. 360.
cattle and hogs taken to,
vol. 5 p. 2.
intended for seized,
vol. 14 p. 454, p. 460.
sent to,
vol. 5 pp. 795-796.
cavalry fed by N. C.,
vol. 19 p. 994, p. 996, p. 998.
cedes western lands,
vol. 18 p. 715.
vol. 21 p. 504.
western lands,
vol. 24 p. 679.
certificates to line of,
vol. 17 p. 527.
cessation of tobacco planting,
changes plan for galleys,
vol. 11 p. 442.
character of attorney-general,
vol. 1 pp. 463-464.
of recruits from,
vol. 15 p. 753.
of troops sent to S. C.,
vol. 2 pp. 253-254.
Cherokees at war with,
vol. 10 p. 894.
cessions to,
vol. 8 p. 25.
murdered in,
talk to,
vol. 20 pp. 779-781.
threaten,
vol. 10 p. 660.
to be used on frontiers,
vol. 5 p. 927.
to fall on frontiers,
vol. 10 p. xiv.
citizens take up land in N. C.,
vol. 3 p. 19.
claims Catawbas,
vol. 2 p. 252.
part of Albemarle,
vol. 1 pp. 306-307.
part of Currituck,
sole authority for whaling,
vol. 2 pp. 397-398.
Clarendon Co. sends for supplies to,
vol. 1 p. 120.
settlers go to,
vol. 1 p. 161.
Clinton to command in,
vol. 10 p. 453.
close union with,
vol. 8 p. 152.
commissioners to regulate prices,
vol. 12 p. 662.
committee from N. C. to visit and confer with S. Com. of,
vol. 10 p. 472.
on letter of governor on Cherokees,
to inquire into galleys built by,
vol. 12 p. 39, p. 42, p. 43.
complains that Sappony Indians are killed,
vol. 2 p. 674.
complaints against Tuscaroras,
vol. 3 p. 335.
of merchants,
vol. 1 p. 439.
condition of forts,
vol. 5 p. 635.
of militia,
vol. 5 pp. 634-635.
of towns and fortifications in eastern part,
vol. 14 pp. 688-690.
conduct approved,
vol. 9 p. 1016.
execrated,
vol. 14 p. 205.
towards N. C.,
vol. 2 p. xiv.
conference with gov. on French war,
vol. 5 pp. 750-752.
conquest of necessary for that of Carolinas,
vol. 17 p. 1012, p. 1016.
conspirators flee to,
vol. 3 p. xi.
Cont. Army depends on Va. and N. C.,
vol. 13 p. 33.
convention in,
vol. 21 p. 440.
convicts not wanted,
vol. 1 pp. 477-478.
corn scarce in,
vol. 5 p. 1148.
correspondence with on the Caswell,
vol. 12 pp. 662-663.
with S. C. to be carried on,
vol. 10 p. 289.
council paid,
vol. 7 p. 989.
vol. 9 p. 647.
Council of State furnishes lead to N. C.,
vol. 11 p. 329.
to governor on Cherokee war,
vol. 11 pp. 355-356.
counterfeiters in,
vol. 6 p. 1036.
to be arrested in,
vol. 10 pp. 680-681.
county ct. act confirmed,
vol. 6 p. 338.
county representation,
vol. 3 p. 207.
course of rivers,
vol. 6 p. 785.
courts imitated in N. C.,
vol. 9 p. 793.
Culpepper leaves,
vol. 1 p. 259.
currency of,
vol. 4 p. 1116.
compared with N. C. paper,
vol. 3 p. 145, p. 146.
used in N. C.,
cut off from trade,
vol. 10 p. 58.
danger from,
vol. 11 pp. 419-420.
to from British,
vol. 10 p. 906.
Dartmouth on resolutions of House of Burgesses,
vol. 9 pp. 987-988.
to Dunmore on affairs in,
vol. 10 p. 138a, p. 138b.
death of ministers in,
vol. 2 p. 309.
debt owed to by N. C. because of Tuscarora war,
vol. 2 pp. 194-195.
debtor acts of,
debts paid in beef and pork,
vol. 4 p. 1218.
defended by Howe,
vol. 10 p. xi, p. xii.
DeGraffenried invited to settle in,
delegates from sounded on Transylvania,
vol. 10 pp. 373-375.
to revise Fed. Constitution,
vol. 18 pp. 788-789.
demands mortgage for aid given in Tuscarora war,
vol. 2 p. 7, p. 15.
denies existence of second charter,
vol. 1 p. xxiii.
discount allowed on prompt payment of quit rents,
vol. 11 p. 69.
dislike of towns in,
vol. 4 p. 424.
dissenters increase in,
vol. 9 p. 326.
diversified crops needed,
vol. 1 p. 312.
does not aid against Tuscaroras,
vol. 1 p. xxx, p. 886.
does not support N. C. troops,
vol. 5 p. 123.
draft from,
vol. 14 p. 698, p. 700.
drafts North Carolinians,
vol. 11 p. 657, p. 663.
drafts on,
vol. 14 p. 501, p. 684.
not paid,
vol. 15 p. 4.
for supplies,
vol. 14 p. 624.
dry christening in,
vol. 5 p. 1172.
Dunmore made gov.,
vol. 8 p. 277.
effects of Braddock's defeat,
of new settlement southward,
vol. 2 p. 301.
efforts to extend southern boundary,
emigrants from,
vol. 4 p. xx, p. 1312.
vol. 5 p. 1204, p. 1214.
vol. 9 p. 1106.
settle N. C.,
vol. 1 p. 847.
vol. 4 p. 920.
to Clarendon,
vol. 1 p. 155.
to Transylvania,
vol. 10 p. 246.
emigrants from N. C. to be arrested in,
emission for expedition to,
vol. 8 p. 213, p. 214.
encroaches on Cherokees,
vol. 10 p. 764.
on Indians,
vol. 11 p. 197, p. 198.
erection of precincts,
vol. 3 p. 575.
exempts N. C. and Md. from debtor act,
vol. 1 p. xxxiv.
expedition against Cherokees,
vol. 6 p. 687.
vol. 15 p. 153.
expenses in recruiting for asked,
vol. 5 p. 255.
of delegates to paid,
vol. 10 p. 476.
of N. C. troops in,
vol. 5 p. 801.
fees in,
vol. 3 p. 599, p. 606, p. 614.
on land patents,
vol. 6 p. 599.
fights the Susquahannahs,
vol. 2 p. 643.
finances of,
vol. 15 p. 95.
financial condition good,
vol. 9 p. 378.
fisheries in seized,
vol. 15 p. 625.
Fitzwilliams in council,
vol. 3 p. 62.
form of land grant is followed in N. C.,
vol. 25 p. 216.
of tenure in granted to Albemarle,
vol. 1 pp. 175-176.
formerly included N. C.,
vol. 2 p. 395, p. 419.
franchise in,
vol. 1 p. 886.
free,
vol. 16 p. 749.
vol. 17 p. 5.
free trade in certain products,
vol. 1 p. 75.
French and Indians in,
vol. 5 p. 434.
and militia in,
vol. 22 pp. 586-7.
forts in,
vol. 5 p. 222, p. 227.
incursions into,
vol. 5 p. 446.
leave for N. C.,
vol. 1 p. 714.
massacres in,
vol. 5 p. 524.
ravages in,
vol. 5 p. 584.
recruited for service of,
vol. 11 p. 508, p. 509, p. 516.
tobacco trade,
vol. 18 p. 630, p. 633.
vessels arrive in,
vol. 13 p. 155.
frontiers to be seized by British,
vol. 10 p. 607.
fully represented in C. C.,
vol. 15 p. 695.
furnishes arms and am. to N. C.,
horses to troops,
vol. 14 p. 511.
lead to N. C.,
vol. 14 p. 439.
supplies for army,
vol. 14 p. 574.
galleys built in,
vol. 10 p. 973, p. 981.
gets N. C. clergymen,
vol. 8 p. 45.
gives lands to soldiers,
vol. 17 pp. 457-458.
Gooch on reasons for tobacco law,
vol. 2 pp. 773-775.
goods sent to Wilmington,
vol. 11 p. 485.
used by N. C.,
vol. 11 p. 498.
smuggled into through N. C.,
vol. 3 pp. xvi-xvii.
governed by Deputy,
vol. 2 p. 518.
gov't,
vol. 1 p. 225.
governor grants land in C.,
vol. 1 p. 20.
orders arrest of persons without permits,
vol. 2 pp. 183-184.
settles admiralty courts,
vol. 1 p. 491.
to allow emigration to C.,
vol. 1 p. 58.
to appoint admiralty courts in N. C.,
vol. 1 p. 507, p. 510.
Grant saved by troops of,
vol. 10 p. 156.
grant to,
vol. 6 p. 1263.
by Parliament,
vol. 6 p. 37, p. 76, p. 103.
for Fr. war and her share,
vol. 6 p. ix, p. x, p. xi.
grants land in N. C.,
vol. 1 pp. ix-x.
vol. 3 p. 550, p. 569.
Harper case discussed in Cont. Cong.,
vol. 13 p. 219, p. 225.
has boats at Hampton,
vol. 14 p. 689.
has little care for interests of N. C.,
vol. 11 p. 378.
held up as model for N. C.,
Hillsborough to gov. on culture of,
vol. 8 p. 38.
hogs and cattle sent to,
vol. 3 p. xv.
vol. 5 p. xlvi.
hostile,
vol. 17 p. 1022.
Howe thanked for service in,
vol. 10 p. 475.
hurricane in,
vol. 1 p. 161.
immigration to,
vol. 1 p. 248.
imports from,
vol. 2 p. 156.
in vice admiralty dist. of Phila.,
vol. 11 p. 218.
Indians go to aid of,
outrages in,
vol. 5 p. 635.
threaten,
vol. 22 p. 755, p. 1000.
trade of,
vol. 6 p. 969.
trade taken from by S. C.,
vol. 1 p. 691.
troublesome,
vol. 16 p. 692.
unite against,
vol. 11 p. 372.
war with,
vol. 1 p. 886.
indigo in,
vol. 5 p. 738.
infantry idle in,
vol. 14 p. 511.
influence on N. C. in adopting Fed. Constn.,
vol. 22 p. iii.
inhabitants in 1708,
vol. 1 p. 692.
insists on being connected with Md. and in regulating prices,
vol. 11 pp. 391-392.
instructions to gov.,
insult to N. C. by,
vol. 16 p. 556, p. 557.
insurrection of negroes,
vol. 1 p. 886.
interferes with S. C. Indian trade,
vol. 1 p. 823.
invaded,
vol. 14 p. vii.
by Arnold,
vol. 15 p. 308, p. 309.
by British,
vol. 14 pp. 82-83.
by Leslie,
invasion projected,
vol. 15 p. 110.
threatened,
vol. 15 p. 132.
invites Rainsford,
vol. 2 p. 54.
irregularities of troops,
vol. 15 pp. 48-49.
joins with N. C. in fitting out privateers,
vol. 11 p. xx.
Kennon's accounts considered,
vol. 13 p. 257.
King commissions troops of,
vol. 5 p. 313.
land grants of to be followed,
vol. 1 p. 100.
tenure expected in N. C. also,
vol. 4 p. 310.
transferred to Albemarle,
vol. 4 p. 109, p. 110, p. 147.
last land grants of in Albemarle,
vol. 1 p. xxxi.
law against importation of C. tobacco,
vol. 2 p. 636, p. 816.
Fitzwilliam on the same,
vol. 2 pp. 683-685.
laws against Quakers put in force,
vol. 1 p. 812, p. 814.
laws of followed in Watauga,
vol. 10 p. 709.
sent to N. C.,
vol. 18 p. 248.
on Br. trade ment'd,
vol. 17 p. 20.
on exemption borrowed from,
vol. 25 p. iii.
printed in,
vol. 17 p. 335.
sent to N. C.,
vol. 22 p. 991.
lead found in,
vol. 5 p. 356.
Lee, Lewis and Howe to command in,
vol. 10 p. 482, p. 483.
Leslie leaves,
vol. 15 p. 228.
letter from ment'd,
vol. 7 p. 928.
vol. 8 p. 121.
considered,
on Cherokees,
vol. 19 pp. 897-898.
of Br. commissioner sent to,
vol. 10 p. 769.
of govr. submitted to assem.,
letters to ment'd,
vol. 5 p. 486.
to com. of correspondence of,
vol. 11 pp. 247-248.
to Md. assembly on action of burgesses,
vol. 9 p. 876.
to N. C. assembly on counterfeiting,
vol. 11 p. 241.
liberty spirit in,
vol. 9 p. 1156.
location,
vol. 2 p. 351.
losses at Camden,
vol. 15 p. 167.
at Eutaw Springs,
vol. 15 p. 637, p. 638.
in trade with,
vol. 3 p. 430.
Loudoun governor,
vol. 5 p. 563, p. 636.
low state of church in,
vol. 1 p. 729.
loyalists flee to,
vol. 1 p. 261.
Ludwell's appeal for aid to,
vol. 1 pp. 364-365.
Lutheran Conference in,
vol. 8 p. 773.
Lutherans in,
vol. 8 p. 777.
makes treaty with Cherokees,
war on Shawnees,
vol. 10 p. 778.
manner of choosing ministers,
vol. 1 p. 690.
marriage law of,
vol. 1 p. xxxiv.
Maryland and North Carolina debts pleadable in,
vol. 2 p. 836.
Matravers's patent for Norfolk Co.,
vol. 1 pp. 14-16.
may be checked by N. C.,
vol. 11 p. 420.
may export grain to N. E.,
vol. 14 p. 269.
may give aid against Franklin,
vol. 22 pp. 681-2.
members in C. C.,
vol. 20 p. 603, p. 632.
vol. 21 p. 441, p. 533.
memorials on defence of and other papers ment'd,
vol. 5 p. 805, p. 807.
merchandise brought from,
vol. 3 p. 77.
merchants' memorial on confiscation,
vol. 19 pp. 952-955.
messengers sent to,
vol. 1 p. 429.
method of granting land in allowed to N. C.,
vol. 11 pp. 66-67.
of keeping pub. accounts imitated,
vol. 8 p. 152.
militia,
vol. 16 p. iii.
at Hillsboro,
vol. 14 pp. 503-504.
defeated,
vol. 17 p. 1001, p. 1002.
flee from Camden battle,
vol. 14 p. 584.
in Stono battle,
vol. 14 p. 313.
in So. campaign,
vol. 15 p. 10, p. 18, p. 26, p. 33.
join Washington,
vol. 22 p. 971, p. 972.
of no service,
vol. 1 p. 886.
return home,
vol. 15 p. v.
serves in,
vol. 17 p. 97.
to be called out,
vol. 14 p. 851.
to be raised against Indians,
vol. 11 p. 449.
wd. at Camden,
vol. 22 p. 531.
military aid to allowed,
vol. 23 p. 245, p. 422.
Miller sent to for trial,
party of flees to,
vol. 1 p. 327.
minutes of council,
vol. 1 pp. 614-615.
on Indian troubles,
vol. 1 p. 570.
money advanced for troops of,
vol. 10 p. 699.
controlled by gov. and council,
vol. 6 p. 2.
devoted to So. Dept.,
vol. 14 p. 552.
movements of riflemen,
vol. 15 p. 66.
of troops,
vol. 14 p. xi.
Muhlenberg on troops in,
vol. 14 pp. 560-561.
multiplicity of towns,
vol. 1 p. 313.
murders on frontiers,
vol. 5 p. 409.
must stand with N. C.,
vol. 11 p. 263.
musters militia,
necessity of sending N. C. products to,
vol. 1 p. 287.
negroes and British commodities brought in,
vol. 4 p. 172.
used against,
vol. 10 p. 714.
N. Y. and S. C. troops in,
vol. 5 p. 129, p. 130.
no application to Va. about Teach,
vol. 2 p. 319.
no clothing from,
vol. 14 p. 724.
N. C. rogues run to,
vol. 1 p. 258, p. 259.
troops to join,
vol. 24 p. 405.
vol. 25 p. 458.
sent to,
vol. 24 p. 156, p. 157, p. 257.
not a favorite market,
vol. 3 p. xvii.
not able to support French war,
vol. 5 p. 129.
not likely to remove from to C.,
vol. 1 p. 100.
number of militia in Charleston,
vol. 15 p. 26.
of troops from,
vol. 14 p. 272.
for French war,
vol. 5 p. xi.
in N. C.,
vol. 15 p. 252.
oaths taken by governor,
vol. 3 p. 67.
obligations of crown in,
vol. 3 p. 12.
officers of admiralty court,
vol. 1 p. 510, p. 515.
opening of land office opposed by Cont. Cong.,
oppose French and Indians,
vol. 10 p. 779.
ordered to raise troops for French war,
vol. 5 p. 791.
orders in Council on N. C. boundary,
vol. 1 pp. 356-358.
orders troops to Transylvania,
vol. 11 p. 606.
organization of forces,
vol. 5 p. 371.
overflow of population from,
vol. 18 p. iii, p. iv, p. 433.
paid for goods,
vol. 13 p. 892, p. 984, p. 985.
Palatines arrive in,
vol. 1 pp. 909-910.
paper money issued by,
vol. 5 p. 566.
parties flee to from Albemarle,
vol. 1 p. 293, p. 311.
Patten serves in,
vol. 10 p. 622.
pay to council in,
vol. 5 p. 343, p. 761, p. 763.
payment by,
vol. 17 p. 560.
to militia,
vol. 22 p. 1013.
pays in bills of credit,
vol. 16 p. 306.
peddling from,
vol. 3 p. xvii, p. 336.
persons named for office in,
vol. 1 p. 462.
to be sent back to,
vol. 2 p. 181.
petition against trading of guns to Indians in,
vol. 2 pp. 201-202.
of London merchants on debts in,
on tobacco planting,
vol. 1 pp. 74-75.
to from Neuse River,
vol. 1 pp. 819-820.
pirates surrender in,
vol. 2 p. 306.
tried in,
vol. 2 p. 329.
plan of operations in French war,
to make it more useful,
vol. 1 pp. 473-474.
Pollock to gov. on Tuscarora war,
vol. 1 pp. 880-881.
population in 1755,
pork driven to,
vol. 6 p. 1030.
sent to,
vol. 14 p. 180.
post route established to,
vol. 8 p. 3, p. 4.
powers of inferior courts,
vol. 6 pp. 987-988.
Presbyterians in,
prices fall in,
vol. 13 p. 154, p. 155.
prisoners from,
vol. 16 pp. 671-674.
sent to,
vol. 11 p. 293, p. 697, p. 822.
privateers fitted out,
vol. 5 p. 637.
go to,
vol. 1 p. 348.
procedure in matter of precincts,
proclamation against Cary and others,
by Dunmore declaring martial law,
vol. 10 pp. 308-309.
on lands and against Henderson,
promises tents,
vol. 15 p. 4.
to aid against Culpepper Rebellion,
vol. 1 p. 261.
proposed cessation of tobacco planting,
vol. 1 pp. 312-313.
proposes terms of confederation,
vol. 14 p. 88.
to control Indian trade,
vol. 7 pp. 233-234.
to settle Indians on Meherrin River,
vol. 2 p. 152.
proposition to join N. C. to,
vol. 2 p. 396, p. 441.
vol. 3 p. 11.
protest against act of 1726,
vol. 2 p. xv.
against law on debts,
vol. 2 pp. 279-280.
protests against treatment of Meherrin Indians,
provides no funds,
vol. 16 p. 755.
provisions carried to,
ordered from,
vol. 1 p. 913.
sent to army in,
vol. 5 p. 736.
public bills of credit do not circulate in,
vol. 6 p. vii.
issued to send aid to,
vol. 9 p. 166.
puts down Cary Rebellion,
vol. 2 p. x.
Quakers in,
vol. 1 p. xviii.
favor Cary,
vol. 1 p. 782.
quit rents,
law on cited,
vol. 8 p. 524.
lower than in N. C.,
vol. 3 p. 139.
methods in,
vol. 8 p. 176, p. 177.
paid in,
vol. 11 p. 68.
rates of to apply to Albemarle,
vol. 4 pp. 392-393.
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. 704.
value,
vol. 15 p. 660.
raises militia,
vol. 9 p. 1206, p. 1214.
troops,
vol. 22 p. 516.
ratifies confederation,
vol. 13 p. 379, p. 386.
vol. 14 p. 321.
records, condition,
vol. 1 p. 530.
recruiting in,
vol. 13 p. 167.
refugees from,
vol. 5 p. 1206.
from Albemarle,
vol. 1 p. 295.
refuses to make appropriations for French war,
vol. 5 p. xiv, p. xv, p. xvi.
to pay Br. debts,
vol. 17 p. 125.
to send troops to S. C.,
vol. 13 p. 254.
vol. 22 p. 768.
regulars expected from,
vol. 14 p. 771.
to be sent to,
vol. 5 p. 744.
reinforcement from expected,
vol. 14 p. 395.
reinforces Washington,
removals to N. C.,
vol. 1 p. 692.
vol. 3 p. 430.
rents compared with Md.,
vol. 1 p. 100.
paid in tobacco or money,
vol. 3 p. 144.
same to hold in N. C.,
vol. 3 pp. 480-481.
repeals act on imports,
vol. 16 p. 763, p. 941.
report of Milner on N. C. boundary,
vol. 1 pp. 385-386.
on Dunmore's work in,
vol. 10 p. 371.
on finances of expedition in aid of,
vol. 6 p. 205.
on old emissions,
vol. 16 p. 311.
representation in C. C.,
resolutions of ment'd,
vol. 9 p. 1055.
approved by Md.,
vol. 8 p. 178.
of Burgesses on taxes and trials,
vol. 8 pp. 40-42.
of C. C. on land cession,
vol. 16 pp. 891-894.
copied in N. C.,
vol. 8 p. 151.
on boundary lands,
vol. 14 p. 314.
on defences to be laid before assembly,
vol. 13 p. 44.
on D. S. Canal,
on duties, &c.,
on proposed Fed. Convention of 1788,
vol. 20 p. 786.
submitted to assem.,
return of troops under Howe,
vol. 11 p. 353.
return to because of Tuscarora war,
vol. 2 p. 16.
road across,
vol. 4 p. xxi.
from through N. C.,
vol. 3 p. 435.
laid out from to Cape Fear,
vol. 3 pp. 488-489.
to,
vol. 1 p. 926, p. 991.
runaways from,
salt and powder to,
vol. 11 p. 333.
not imported into,
vol. 9 p. 309.
works of to be visited,
vol. 10 p. 717, p. 718.
Saponey Indians leave,
vol. 3 p. 89.
seal for,
vol. 11 p. 211.
secures arms,
vol. 15 p. 323.
sends aid to Greene,
vol. 16 p. vii.
to N. C.,
vol. 10 p. 587.
vol. 15 p. 610.
to S. C.,
commissioners to Indians,
delegates to Phila.,
vol. 17 p. 93.
fleet against pirates in N. C.,
vol. 2 pp. 325-327.
forces to suppress Cary Rebellion,
Indian slaves to N. C.,
vol. 2 p. 2.
laws to C. C.,
vol. 17 p. 515.
troops against Cherokees,
vol. 5 p. liv.
vol. 6 p. 315, p. 517, p. 596.
vol. 11 p. xvi.
against Shawnees,
vol. 5 p. xlviii.
powder to N. C.,
vol. 10 p. 621, p. 683.
prisoners to the north,
vol. 11 p. 414.
reinforcements to army,
vol. 11 p. 783.
troops to aid S. C.,
vol. 14 p. ix, p. xl.
troops to Cape Fear,
vol. 10 p. 1039.
settlers go to Tenn.,
vol. 8 p. 652.
to go into Chicasaw Nation,
share of sinking fund due from,
vol. 14 pp. 241-243.
Shawnees to attack,
vol. 10 p. 665.
should again have N. C.,
vol. 2 p. 420.
vol. 3 p. 49.
should collect provisions,
vol. 22 p. 914.
should make war on Cherokees,
vol. 6 p. 61.
sickness among troops to be reported,
vol. 11 p. 337.
silver mine in,
similar products to those of Clarendon Co.,
vol. 1 p. 154.
slaves imported from,
vol. 2 p. xii.
soil and timber inferior to N. C.,
vol. 3 p. 49.
soldiers for French war asked,
vol. 11 p. 139.
recruited by Br.,
S. C. on her treatment of N. C. in Tuscarora war,
vol. 2 p. 253.
seeks information from on Tuscarora war,
vol. 1 p. 897.
stamps sent from,
vol. 7 p. 195.
Steuben in command,
vol. 15 p. 173.
Stevens on position and feeling in,
vol. 14 p. 638.
stock driven to,
vol. 5 p. 322.
stores and reinforcements from,
vol. 15 p. vi.
suffers from easier terms in N. C.,
vol. 1 p. 646.
Sumner to march to,
vol. 15 p. 495.
supplied with food products from Albemarle,
vol. 2 p. xv.
supplies ammunition to N. C.,
vol. 11 p. 338.
arms to N. C.,
vol. 14 p. 858.
army at Valley Forge,
vol. 13 p. iii.
wagons,
vol. 14 p. 717.
the Albemarle section,
vol. 3 p. 155.
to the Caswell,
vol. 13 p. 133.
supplies for army in,
vol. 19 pp. 874-875.
from,
vol. 15 p. 56.
needed for,
vol. 14 pp. 690-692.
Suther teaches in,
vol. 8 p. 739.
takes part in Indian Congress at Augusta,
tax on for forts,
vol. 5 p. 471, p. 473.
Tazewell on affairs of,
vol. 14 pp. 308-309.
terms of land grants in,
vol. 9 p. ix.
extended to Albemarle,
vol. 1 p. xvii.
of land tenure extended to N. C.,
vol. 3 pp. 292-293.
vol. 4 pp. 286-287.
territory of envied,
vol. 14 p. 217.
threatened,
vol. 10 p. 495, p. 1034.
vol. 11 p. 451.
by Br.,
by Indians,
vol. 10 p. 782, p. 783.
tired of war,
vol. 15 p. 301, p. 302.
tithables in 1756,
vol. 5 pp. 564-565.
to aid Eastchurch,
vol. 1 p. 288.
to aid in suppressing Culpepper Rebellion,
vol. 1 p. 296.
to assist in attack on Fla.,
vol. 22 p. 943.
to be asked to prohibit Indian trade,
vol. 2 pp. 246-247.
to be furnished with military supplies,
vol. 11 p. 314.
to buy cannon,
vol. 13 p. 238.
to export corn to the Bermudas,
vol. 14 pp. 305-306.
to get half of N. C.,
vol. 2 p. viii.
to help against Tuscaroras,
vol. 1 p. 840.
to hold conference with Indians,
vol. 6 pp. 974-976.
to propose impost, and influence on N. C.,
vol. 17 p. 99.
to raise troops,
vol. 10 p. 455.
to recruit in N. C.,
vol. 22 p. 922.
to reduce Chickamauga settlements of Cherokees,
vol. 14 pp. 243-246.
to send troops to N. Y.,
vol. 10 p. 791.
to N. C.,
vol. 11 p. 274, p. 275.
to S. C.,
vol. 13 p. 238.
tobacco and linen inferior to that of N. C.,
vol. 5 p. xlii, p. 317.
vol. 6 p. 1029.
shipped to,
smuggled to N. E. through N. C.,
vol. 3 p. xvi.
tories not allowed to return,
vol. 16 p. 841.
not allowed to come to N. C.,
vol. 22 p. 903.
trade allowed to,
vol. 10 p. 369.
laws on cannot be enforced in,
vol. 1 pp. 465-466.
returns to be made in bills of exchange,
vol. 1 p. 853.
with,
vol. 5 p. xliii.
vol. 6 p. 968, p. 969.
with Albemarle section,
vol. 8 p. v.
with Cherokees,
vol. 10 p. 658.
from Beaufort,
vol. 11 p. 633.
with Indians,
vol. 11 p. 196.
traitors run to from N. C.,
vol. 1 p. 881.
treasury empty,
vol. 15 p. 370, p. 371.
treaty with Cherokees,
vol. 10 p. 708.
vol. 14 p. 227.
vol. 22 pp. 917-18.
signed at Hard Labor, S. C.,
vol. 7 pp. 851-855.
trial of Miller for treason,
vol. 1 pp. 234-235.
of pirates in,
vol. 9 p. 309.
troops of,
vol. 5 p. 926.
assemble in,
vol. 15 p. 774.
at Camden,
vol. 15 p. 383, p. 384.
at Carthagena,
vol. 11 p. 42, p. 43.
and under Blakeney,
vol. 15 p. 752.
at Ft. Duquesne,
vol. 5 p. xxx.
at King's Mtn.,
vol. 15 pp. x-xi.
compared with N. C. troops,
vol. 14 p. 76.
condition,
vol. 16 p. iii.
defeated,
vol. 5 p. 227.
desert, &c.,
vol. 5 p. xvi.
discharged,
vol. 16 p. 474.
for,
vol. 5 p. 144d.
go south,
vol. 15 p. 323.
vol. 19 p. 881, p. 884, p. 885.
in N. C.,
vol. 14 p. xiii, p. xiv, p. 390.
and condition,
vol. 15 p. xiii.
in southern campaign,
join Greene,
vol. 17 p. 1002.
look after their lands,
vol. 16 pp. 587-588.
may enter service of S. C. and Ga.,
vol. 10 pp. 795-796.
movements,
vol. 16 p. iv.
mutiny and desert,
vol. 5 p. 134, p. 135.
naked,
vol. 15 p. 173.
ordered to Billingsport,
vol. 11 p. 733.
to N. Y.,
vol. 11 p. 349.
raised by,
vol. 13 p. 128.
for French war,
vol. 6 p. xii.
recruited for in N. C.,
vol. 11 p. 479.
reinforce Washington,
vol. 11 p. 648, p. 650.
rendezvous at Halifax,
vol. 14 p. 24.
sent to,
vol. 10 p. xl.
against Cherokees,
vol. 5 p. liv.
vol. 6 p. 315.
aid of desert,
vol. 11 p. 122, p. 123.
to aid S. C.,
vol. 5 p. 763.
vol. 13 p. 224.
sent to because unfit for duty,
vol. 15 p. 185.
to be raised,
for French war,
vol. 6 p. 325.
vol. 11 p. 141.
to be sent into,
vol. 5 p. 79.
to leave S. C.,
vol. 14 p. 127.
to march to,
vol. 15 p. 635.
be raised,
for French war,
vol. 6 p. 325, p. 594.
vol. 11 p. 141.
to be sent into,
vol. 5 p. 79.
to leave S. C.,
vol. 14 p. 127.
to march to,
vol. 15 p. 635.
wanted from,
vol. 5 p. 751, p. 752.
trouble with over capture of flag of truce,
vol. 16 p. 30.
Tuscaroras to give aid in,
vol. 5 p. 1012.
unable to supply provisions to N. C. troops,
vol. 15 p. 714.
value of currency in gold,
vol. 2 p. 334, p. 336, p. 338.
of lands,
vol. 16 p. 754.
vessels sent to,
vol. 1 pp. 178-179.
violence to Indians,
vol. 7 p. 439.
visited by N. C. Quakers,
vol. 1 p. 719.
votes money for French and Indian war,
vol. 5 p. 110.
for Indian trade,
vol. 7 p. 216.
for Tuscarora war,
not to close Miss.,
vol. 22 p. 901.
reinforcements,
vol. 11 p. 819.
wagons pressed in,
vol. 14 p. 499.
want of land in,
vol. 1 p. 690.
wants duty,
vol. 16 p. 886.
Federal capital,
pay for defending Ocracoke,
vol. 14 p. 19.
to regulate Cherokees,
war to be fought in,
vol. 15 p. 519.
western part wants independence,
vol. 16 p. 460.
wines and salt to be sent to,
vol. 10 p. 726, p. 727.
wine imported,
vol. 1 p. 101.
wishes in matter of general officers,
vol. 11 p. 381.
work of militia at Guilford C. H.,
vol. 15 p. 430.

Virginia and North Carolina Boundary and Boundary Dispute,
vol. 3 p. 419.
vol. 14 p. 82.
vol. 20 p. 268.
act to extend,
vol. 24 pp. 223-4, p. 478.
to quiet titles near,
to secure rights on line,
vol. 24 pp. 300-2, p. 333.
action of Board of Trade,
vol. 1 p. 641.
of Va. council on,
vol. 2 p. 205.
affidavits to be taken,
vol. 1 p. 739.
allowance for,
vol. 13 p. 908.
amount of land granted for survey,
vol. 4 p. 319.
answer of Va. commissioners to N. C. protest,
vol. 2 pp. 788-790.
bill to extend,
Board of Trade on,
to Gov. Gooch on,
vol. 3 p. 16, p. 20.
to Jennings on,
vol. 1 pp. 716-717.
Bray to mediate on,
vol. 1 p. 520.
Byrd to Board of Trade on survey and pay for same,
vol. 3 pp. 20-24.
letter of on boundary ment'd,
vol. 3 pp. 63-64.
cause,
vol. 1 p. xxii.
charges against Va. commissioners,
vol. 2 p. 780.
claims gov. of N. C. had no power to act,
commissioners,
vol. 3 p. 21.
appointed,
vol. 1 pp. 505-508.
paid with land,
vol. 4 p. 307, p. 312.
to be appointed to settle,
vol. 1 p. 703.
to Caswell on dispute over line,
vol. 14 pp. 353-355.
compromise agreed to by Eden and Spotswood,
conference on ment'd,
vol. 1 p. 958.
cost of survey,
vol. 4 p. 28.
debtors flee to disputed area,
vol. 2 p. 769.
depositions on,
difficulties and dangers of survey,
vol. 3 pp. 21-22.
discussion of,
dispute over Currituck,
Eden proposes to settle,
vol. 2 p. 204, p. 311.
equipment of Va. commissioners,
vol. 2 p. 735.
Everard tries to protect land of settlers in disputed area,
extension of,
discussed,
fears of Gov. Nicholson,
vol. 1 p. 542.
gains from Va. by survey,
vol. 3 pp. 209-210.
Glover to Va. authorities,
vol. 1 p. 649.
Gooch on survey,
vol. 2 p. 734.
to Board of Trade on,
vol. 2 pp. 768-769.
to Everard on,
vol. 2 pp. 738-739.
letter of on survey ment'd,
vol. 3 pp. 61-62.
guard and supplies for,
vol. 14 p. 318.
necessary for,
Guion to Caswell on needs of,
vol. 14 p. 191.
hindered by Cary Rebellion,
vol. 1 p. 783.
instructions on,
vol. 1 p. 338.
to commissioners,
Jennings on,
vol. 1 p. 657.
to Gov. Glover,
vol. 1 p. 657.
journals and map of survey sent to England,
vol. 3 p. 22.
N. C. and Va. commissioners,
vol. 3 p. 62.
lands granted by Va. within disputed area,
vol. 2 p. 731.
to pay for,
vol. 5 p. 95, p. 98.
vol. 11 p. 37, p. 70, p. 71.
within disputed territory not to be granted,
vol. 1 pp. 669-670.
length of boundary surveyed,
vol. 2 p. 796, p. 815.
letters between Spotswood and Hyde on,
vol. 1 pp. 750-754.
of Va. commissioners to N. C. commissioners,
vol. 2 p. 735.
to Board of Trade on,
vol. 1 pp. 645-646.
to and from Va. commissioners,
vol. 1 pp. 736-737.
levies rents on Currituck and Blackwater,
line run,
vol. 3 p. 149.
to be extended,
vol. 12 p. 239, p. 432.
losses and gains for N. C. and Va. in survey,
Moseley objects to differences in commissions,
vol. 1 pp. 738-739.
to deliver papers on to Eden,
vol. 2 p. 142.
Nicholson to Harvey on,
vol. 1 pp. 508-510.
N. C. commissioners fail to reach Williamsburg,
vol. 1 p. 737.
instructed,
vol. 2 pp. 741-743.
reply to those of Va.,
vol. 2 pp. 737-738.
N. C. council on,
vol. 1 pp. 657-660.
N. C. grants patents within disputed area,
vol. 2 pp. 134-135.
northern b. of N. C. indicated,
orders in council on settlement of according to agreement,
vol. 2 pp. 679-681.
of Va. council on,
vol. 1 pp. 356-358.
patents issued to pay for survey discussed,
vol. 4 p. 266.
payment for,
vol. 17 p. 396, p. 401.
in lands,
vol. 4 p. 316, p. 319.
of commissioners,
vol. 3 p. 62.
of expenses,
people settle within disputed limits,
thrown within N. C. renew patents,
vol. 3 pp. 487-488.
plan of line sent to Board of Trade,
vol. 4 p. 1237.
proceedings of council,
vol. 1 pp. 505-508.
proofs sent,
vol. 1 p. 478.
proposals to end survey,
proposed settlement of land claims on line of,
vol. 14 p. 314.
survey,
vol. 1 pp. 339-340.
Proprietors agree to compromise,
protest of N. C. commissioners,
provisions for,
report on,
resolutions of Gen. Assem. on land titles on line,
vol. 14 pp. 869-870.
retards settlement,
vol. 2 p. xiv.
satisfied with powers of gov.,
vol. 1 p. 513, p. 515.
settled,
vol. 3 p. 1, p. 12.
settlement of disputes on proposed,
vol. 14 pp. 136-137.
should be settled,
vol. 1 p. 691.
sources of money for survey,
vol. 4 p. 309.
Spotswood forbids seating of lands in disputed territory,
vol. 1 pp. 853-854.
proposes to survey both lines,
vol. 2 pp. 134-135.
to Board of Trade on,
vol. 1 p. 755, p. 839, p. 847.
vol. 2 pp. 134-135.
on compromise line,
vol. 2 pp. 221-222.
summary of claims of two sides,
of Ludwell's report,
vol. 1 p. 757.
survey,
vol. 3 p. 246, p. 487.
vol. 14 p. iv.
vol. 18 p. 358.
vol. 19 p. 799, p. 801, p. 828.
extended to the mountains,
vol. 3 p. 13.
resumed,
vol. 2 p. 776, p. 782.
stopped by rattlesnakes,
vol. 2 p. 757.
vol. 3 p. 21.
tents needed for,
vol. 14 pp. 195-196.
titles of parties in disputed territory to be validated,
vol. 2 p. 725, p. 744.
to be extended by Va.,
vol. 14 p. 246.
to be referred to Lord High Treasurer,
vol. 1 p. 704.
to be submitted to Queen,
vol. 1 p. 703.
unsettled,
vol. 2 p. 395.
variation of compass considered,
Va. commissioners,
vol. 2 p. 731, p. 768.
ask to defer survey,
vol. 2 p. 749.
Va. survey of land within disputed area to be repelled with arms,
vol. 2 p. 375.
Walker's line confirmed,
vol. 21 p. 1033, p. 1034.
work suspended,
vol. 2 p. 532.

Virginia Argus,
extract from,
vol. 15 pp. 116-117.

Virginia Committee of Safety,
Council of Safety to on fitting out galleys,
vol. 11 p. 315.
on Indian outbreak,
vol. 11 pp. 315-316.
grants powder and lead to,
vol. 11 p. 276.

Virgina Convention,
action on N. C. troops,
vol. 10 p. 341.
C. of S. to on Indians,
vol. 11 pp. 313-314.
Howe and Woodford to on Br. attack on Norfolk,
vol. 10 pp. 379-380.
Howe to on Br. attack on Norfolk,
on correspondence with Dunmore on exchange of prisoners,
vol. 10 pp. 365-369.
on situation at Norfolk,
vol. 11 p. 263.
on supplies for British,
vol. 10 p. 365.
proceedings in case of brig Fanny,
vol. 10 pp. 409-410.
on refugees at Norfolk,
vol. 10 pp. 380-381.
on Scotch immigrants to N. C.,
vol. 10 p. 346.
thanks Howe,
vol. 11 p. 262.
N. C. for military aid,
vol. 10 p. 396.
N. C. troops,
vol. 10 p. 364.
to be asked to fit out vessels,
vol. 10 p. 572.
to Prov. Council on Howe's service at Norfolk,
vol. 11 p. 270.

Virginia Council,
action on boundary dispute,
vol. 1 pp. 754-755.
vol. 2 p. 205.
on capture of Teach,
vol. 2 p. 327.
on Cary Rebellion,
vol. 1 pp. 778-779.
on encroachments on Indians,
vol. 2 pp. 499-500.
on Indian war,
vol. 2 pp. 22-23.
charges N. C. with ingratitude,
vol. 2 p. 382.
gives free advice on conduct of Tuscarora war,
vol. 1 pp. 836-837.
governor's speech to on Tuscarora war,
vol. 2 p. 73.
letter to N. C. on Indian lands and boundary,
on N. C. treaty with Tuscaroras,
vol. 2 p. 57.
on Tuscarora war,
vol. 2 p. 36.
orders land surveyed on Moratock River,
vol. 2 p. 375.
levies to be collected in Currituck,
vol. 1 pp. 324-343.
proceedings on boundary dispute,
vol. 1 pp. 746-749.
prohibits Indian trade,
vol. 1 p. 808.
refuses to join N. C. against Sawra Indians,
vol. 2 p. 247.
to send troops to N. C.,
vol. 1 pp. 762-763.

Virginia currency,
act to punish counterfeiters of disallowed,
vol. 11 p. 213.

Virginia debtors,
excepted under N. C. law,
vol. 1 p. 672, p. 675.

Virginia debts,
pleadable in N. C.,
vol. 1 p. 691.

Virginia Gazette,
vol. 8 p. 718, p. note.
vol. 10 p. 846.
vol. 11 p. 407.
vol. 12 p. 623, p. 745.
vol. 23 p. 200.
vol. 24 p. 265, p. 427.
extract from,
vol. 10 pp. 31-37.
on King's Mtn.,

Virginia Indian traders,
injuries done to S. C. by,
vol. 2 pp. 251-254.
killed by Sawras,
vol. 2 p. 289.

Virginia line,
sent south,
vol. 15 p. 661.
See Also - Virginia, troops.

Virginia money,
vol. 9 p. 370.

Virginia Ray N. K. River,
vol. 16 p. 652.

Virginia State papers,
reprints from,
vol. 11 p. 241, p. 245, p. 247.

Virrell, Henry,
petition,
vol. 20 p. 539.

Virrgines,
tobacco of,
vol. 1 p. 57.

Virtue,
to be encouraged,
vol. 22 p. 664.

Visher's Great Britain,
ment'd,
vol. 1 p. 978.

Visitor General,
title of Gov. Nicholson,
vol. 2 p. 20, p. 21.

Vissage, Jacob,
petitions Burke for pardon and commendation,
vol. 16 pp. 276-277.

Visson, Mr.,
threatens French,
vol. 13 p. 429.

Viverett, Thos.,
petition,

Vixunt, Geo.,
officer,
vol. 22 p. 702.

Vize, Henry,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1177.
in army,
vol. 15 p. 721.

Vleck, Jacob van,
attends Synod in Herrnhut,
vol. 5 p. 1156.

Voght &co., Caspar,
to Martin on manufacturing advantages of Germany,
vol. 16 pp. 920-924.

Vogler, George,
helps reorganize Lutheran Church,
vol. 8 pp. 785-786.

Volant,
sloop, captures privateers,
vol. 13 p. 186.
vol. 22 p. 758.

Volcleve, John,
fined,
vol. 9 p. 652.

Vollow, Nichs.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Volls, Aaron,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vonstranoer, Peter,
regulator,
vol. 7 p. 734.

Vos, Joan,
witness,
vol. 1 p. 417.

Vos, William,
juror,
vol. 1 p. 406, p. 407, p. 409.
witness,
vol. 1 p. 417.

Vos van Strenwyk,
Baron,
vol. 17 p. 130, p. 131.

Vose, Jos.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1179.

Vosel Creek,
vol. 1 p. 494.

Voters,
qualifications of,
vol. 2 pp. 214-215.

Voting,
methods of,
vol. 2 p. 215.
places appointed,
vol. 2 p. 214.
right of president of council to cast two ballots,
See Also - Suffrage.

Vowel, Wm.,
army pay,
vol. 17 p. 255.

Vowell, Wm.,
army rank,
vol. 16 p. 1178.
in army,
vol. 15 p. 728.
reënlists,
vol. 15 p. 750.

Voyce, Martin,
a volunteer,
vol. 14 p. 838.

Voze, Henry,
reënlists,
vol. 15 p. 749.