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The Records of British Government at Annapolis Royal, 1713-1749


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Adams, John,
a member of committee to prepare order in connection with robbery of Stephen Jones, 18, 19-20, 22, 25;
appealed to His Majesty, 27-30;
claims that Mascarene had forfeited his right to be president of Council, 25, 27;
Council meets at his house, 30, 70;
member of Council, 5;
proprietor in mines and lands, 6, 7-8, 10-11, 14.
Alden, John,
robbed by Indians, 15.
Allain, Peter, 53.
Amhurst, Edward,
absent from Council on account of gout, 20;
executor of Lawrence Armstrong's estate, 22, 25-27, 29-33, 36-38, 49-53, 55-56, 85-86, 88, 90, 93;
house burned, 11;
member of Council, 10-11;
proprietor in mines and lands, 6;
Provender case, 14, 18.
Annapolis,
attack from French expedition feared, 86;
buildings pulled down for reason of security, 99-100;
choose to withdraw petition, 53;
communication with Minas cut off, 86;
compensation to be made for buildings pulled down, 100;
council decides to send Ordnance packet up the Bay to try to get intelligence of what the enemy may be doing, 87;
defensive measures, 76;
deputies asked about enemy's behaviour towards the inhabitants, 71;
deputies petition to be discharged from giving pilots and guides, 53;
enemy about, 70;
enemy withdraws to Minas, 92;
fort again attacked, 82;
fort attacked, 81;
Fort little better than a heap of rubbish, 84;
garrison inconsiderable, 84;
Governor Shirley to send reinforcements, 89;
improper for inhabitants to go to Minas without the Commander-in-Chief's knowledge, 54;
inhabitants accused of carrying on a private correspondence with the enemy, 69;
inhabitants aid enemy, 81;
inhabitants aid enemy, 83;
inhabitants aid enemy, 92;
inhabitants take oath of allegiance after being assured that they would not be allowed to take up arms, 81;
inquiry into civil affairs of the inhabitants, 92;
need for a small man-of-war to guard entrance to the Basin, 85;
need for a small tender, 85;
precautions taken to guard against French attack, 89, 91;
reinforcements, 90;
reinforcements sent by Shirley, 92;
some inhabitants join Indians in attack, 82;
the enemy before the Fort for three weeks, 83;
works in good repair, 87.
Armstrong, Lawrence,
a general discharge for quit rents signed by him, 28;
death, 19;
estate, 22;
Lieutenant-Governor, 5;
promise to pay constable for services, 24;
proprietor in mines and lands, 6, 8, 10-11, 14, 18.
Armstrong, Thomas,
proprietor in mines and lands, 6.
Arsenau, Francis, 79.
Ashe, Jacques, Indian, 15, 17.