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Acadian Heartland

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


Index

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Babbin, Joseph, 217.
Babin, Claude, accused of trespass, 320, 323;
Claude, report on, 323;
J., 194;
Peter, witness, 347.
Babour, Alex. Poupart de, in the Bastille, 109;
confirms Dupont, 109;
kept in custody, 110.
Bad year, 200.
Baie Verte, attempt to prevent trade from, 13.
Bail, prisoner admitted to, 266;
offered, 224;
required, 324, 325, 354;
returns, to court, 270.
Bail-bond, 224.
Ballantine, John, J. P., 244.
Baltimore, brigantine,
evidence regarding, 352;
freight of, 339;
letter regarding, 343;
Mrs. Buckler's statements, regarding, 340;
papers regarding, 339;
plunder from, 360;
to be laid up, 348, 349;
to recover effects of, 361;
wrecked at, Tibogue, brought to Annapolis Royal, 348.
Banishment, of Father Felix, 74.
Banlieu, within the, 292.
Baptist Cove, Blin at, 58.
Bastarach,,
admits loss, 333;
claim against Duyon, 97;
Francis, 96;
John, complaint against, 332;
papers produced, 98;
performed agreement, 337.
Bastion, flag as meeting-place, 129.
Beadan, Robert, patentee for mines, 328.
Beaubassin (see also Chignecto), French- men come to, 108;
ordered to be paid, 112;
tithes at, 111.
Beaucours, Gov. of Cape Breton, 48.
Beaufils sloop, brings wrecked passengers, 34.
Beaujaud, Amand, examined, 222, 223;
brings in declaration, 224.
Beaujaud, assault by, 220;
Imprisoned, 220.
Beaujeau, Amand, summoned, 176.
Beaulieu, house of G. Bourgeois, 165;
sister to C. King, 354.
Beaupre, Richard of, 294.
Behavior, bound to good, 270.
Belcher, Jonathan, letter from, 297.
Bell, Abriel, killed at Canso, 20, 21.
Bellair,
Bellefontaine,,
Charles, 358;
Jacques, 358;
Jean, 358;
Joseph, prisoner, 358;
Louis, 358;
Pierre, 358;
Rene, 358.
Bellehumeur, <i>see</i> Bourg.,
Belleisle, <i>see</i> Le Borgne.,
Bellisle,
brings powder and ball, 86, 87;
declaration of, 210;
Mde., memorial of, 102;
Mr., 213;
petition of, 291;
relief of, ordered, 291, 295.
Bellivo, A., <i>alias</i> Blondine, 195.
Bennett ( Capt. ) , evidence in favor of Gaulin, 135;
admitted to Council, 136;
detained in the Basin, 134;
journal of, 144;
sworn in, 137, 138;
to go to Minas, 132;
to remonstrate with St. Ovide, 167;
to take address to King, 169.
Benoit, Paul, 280.
Bently, clandestine trader, 306;
threatens to fight Blin, 307.
Bergeron,
Augustin, 358;
Bartholomew, 358;
Michel, <I>dit</I> D' ambois, prisoner, 358.
Berrier, witness, 346.
Bill of Sale, burned, 347.
Bill, stolen, 301.
Bills of exchange, petition regarding, 221.
Bissell, J., has passenger from Quebec, 123;
arrival with grain, 205;
Attorney, 234;
examined regarding report, 6;
granted, 155;
letter to Governor, 153;
petition of, 154.
Bladen, Col., 310.
Blanchar, William, 233, 255.
Blanchard,
complaint of, 320;
petition against O'Neale, 315, 316;
Rene, report on, 323.
Blin, James, permitted to take grain to Chignecto, 3;
answer of Adams to, 140;
applies for order against Winniet, 45;
arrival of, 358;
at Baptist Cove, 58;
before Council, 39;
bound for Henderson, 21;
claim against Cuthbert, 80, 81;
committed to prison, 153;
empowered to seize vessels, 307;
examined on oath, 63, 64;
insolence of, 152;
letter to Governor, 153;
letters from Father Isidore, 73;
Peter, patentee for mines, 310;
petition of, 92, 327;
petition regarding clandestine trade, 306;
ransoms boys, 39;
security for French prisoners, 359;
suit against Adams postponed, 145;
suit settled, 156;
to take letter to Chignecto, 3;
W., petition from, 139.
Block-house to be built, 243.
Bloinden, 256.
Blonden, 285.
Blower, Capt. John, 54;
admitted to Council, 136;
worn in, 137, 138.
Boagas, <I>alias</I> Savior, 231.
Board, John, witness, 244.
Bodies found on shore, 360.
Bonnevie, Jacque, <I>alias</I> Beaumont, 266, 338.
Borland, receipts for, 152.
Boston, small-pox in, 31;
coal for, 155;
peace with Indians, 110, 111;
permitted to collect debts, 104;
traders from, 103.
Boudre, <I>pilot</I> of Hannah, 33.
Boudre, Peter, implicated by Winniet, 19;
caveat entered against, 34;
on committee, 37;
out of province, 19;
returns from sea, 21.
Boudrot,,
F., 194;
Michel before Council, 207, 208, 209, 362;
neglected to bring papers, 357;
Paul, petition of, 346, 355, 356, 357.
Boudrou, Charles, examined, 12.
Boudrout, Claude, 209;
deputy, 321.
Boundaries,settled by inexact compass, 280, 281;
poles to be placed at, 285.
Bourg,,
Bourgeois, G., refuses oath, 159;
assembles <I>habitants</I>, 165;
imprisoned for refusal, 160;
laid in irons, 161.
Bourgeois, Joseph, 255.
Bourgeway, J., surety for J. Depuis, 122;
(Bourgeois) William, 314;
G. to be released from suretyship, 122;
pays Gousile, 123;
surety for J. Brousard, 113.
Bourgioug (?), Joseph, 233.
Bowling-green, for garrison, 295.
Brau, Anthony, 194.
Break bulk, permission to, withheld, 49;
judgment regarding, 50.
Brely, Father, allowed to remain in province, 81, 82.
Breton, evidence of, 335.
Bretron, declaration of, 337.
Bridge to be built, 331.
Bridgetown, Barbados, 349.
British subject abducted, 226.
Broadstreet, J., a volunteer, 8;
returned from Menis,
Broin, Ant., 331;
Sebastian, 210.
Brosard, Jos., asserts his innocence, 113;
ordered to support child, 113;
petition on behalf of, 121.
Brossard,,
Brossard, John, 213, 214;
Joseph, Beausoleil, 112.
Broussard, Claude, petition, 362.
Broussard, Peter, certificate by, 347.
Brown, Thomas, debt to, 353.
Bruine, Anthoine, complaint of, 324, 325.
Brusar, Joseph, charge of maltreating Tibeau, 67.
Brusard, widow, to be paid, 100;
widow, petition of, 121;
will of, 213.
Buckler,
Andrew, of Bridgetown, 349;
Corker, his attorney, 350;
evidence before Council, 340;
Mrs., papers of, 338, 339;
postage bill of, 339, 340.