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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

D'Aigre, Bernard, arbitrator, 347.
D'Aigre, Mary, petition of, 112.
Daigre, Oliver, 308.
Damages from cattle, 287;
miners sue for, 288;
Réné LeBlanc, 222;
satisfaction received, 223.
Danellson, sergeant, before council, 140.
Daniel, Capt. Henry, petition of, 327;
patentee of mines, 310.
Daniell, Capt., petition for land, 275.
Danilo, Jean Pierre, priest at St. Johns, 358.
Davis, Charles, examined, 39.
Davis, Mary, petition from, 300.
De Braisly, 200.
de Candos, Jannice, 12.
De. Godalie, letter from, 225;
complaint from, 318;
de la Borde, Martin, 12;
sentence of banishment, 226.
Debtors, not allowed to leave province, 30.
Debts, petition to collect, 154;
petition granted, 155.
Deed of purchase, 349.
Deed of Sale, 314.
DeFallois, garden of, 277.
Defaulters for cutting road, 213, 214.
Defendant, non-appearance of, 216;
attorneys for, 280.
Demazy at Cape Breton, 48.
Deniere Parisis, 292;
Tournois, 292.
Denny, John, 192, 193, 197.
Denny, Mary, 197.
DeNoninville, Alex., priest, 346.
D'Entremont, Charles, evidence of, 340, 341, 352;
before Council, 344;
of Pobomcoup, 356;
papers recovered by, 349;
request of, 342.
Denys, Will, declaration of, 207;
witness, 325.
Deportation, sentence of, 66.
Deputies and King's surveyor, 198, 199;
answer to Governor, 159;
apology of, 95;
assistance asked, 94;
assured of favor, 154;
before Council, 336;
bring Indians to Council, 115;
complaints of hardship, 251;
confess complicity with Indians, 69;
desire copies of oaths, 125;
disobedience of, 266;
election of, 253, 255, 289;
examination before, 316;
examination before, 314;
explanation regarding mass-house, 355;
for 1734, 321;
from Mines, arrested and examined, 84;
hardships of, 322;
held responsible for robbery, 13;
increased in number, 27;
informed of decision, 27;
laid in irons, 161;
letter to (Minas), 242;
memorial of, 62;
not accepted, 23;
of Annapolis river, petition, 66;
ordered to attend Council, 35;
ordered to withdraw from Council, 71;
questioned, 200;
receive Governor's :approbation, 307;
receive Governor's thanks, 289;
refuse oath, 159;
refuse orders, 222;
reprimanded, 69;
responsible for delinquents, 68;
sent for, 170;
to adjust difference, 233;
to be assembled, 158;
to be questioned by Council, 352;
to consider rates, 261;
to effect arrest, 321;
to examine claims, 362;
to examine land, 320, 321;
to execute Council's decision, 348;
to execute decision of court, 217;
to execute sentence, 222;
to fix price of wood, 311;
to report on case, 308;
to superintend road-making, 308.
Deputy Collector, given power of seizure, 307.
Deputy Surveyor, 256.
Deputy Surveyors, to superintend road-making, 308.
Deputy, a transient, rejected, 7.
Deserters, sent back, 361.
Desertion from Capt. Daniel, 279.
Devivier, 231.
d'Habilene, Philisbert, 12.
Diminon, Mary, will of, 101.
Dispersion of Indians by false report, 119.
Distress of garrison, 259.
Division of land, judicial, 210.
Dixapare, Martin, 12.
Doctor's charges, 316, 317.
Donnell, Capt., 353.
Donnell, Capt. Nathaniel J., grant, 327;
name struck out, 328;
patentee for mines, 310;
Sam. (Jr.), patentee for mines, 310.
Donnell, N., 203, 204;
petition to load coal, 155.
Dottin, Hon. James, 339.
Doucett,
Anne, petition of, 287;
arbitrator, 347;
deputy, 321;
Francois, before Council, 313;
Governor, 244, 248;
Governor, reflections on, 93;
Governor, sentence by, 237;
guilty of contempt, 264;
Jermain, confesses theft, 329;
John, 55;
Matthew examined, 6;
Michel, witness, 262;
order of Governor, 207, 208, 209, 211, 216, 217, 280, 281;
sentenced to whipping, 330.
Dougas, Angelick, petition of, 304;
had withdrawn from province, 49;
Joseph, purchase of land by, 304;
minute regarding, 50;
no right of inheritance, 305;
petition of, 53;
recommendation of, 49.
Douglas,
Alexander, evidence of, 59;
deposition of, 74;
et al., 353;
garden of, 231;
gives evidence, 243, 244;
grant to, 235;
left destitute, 101;
left wife destitute, 101;
Margaret Douglass's petition regarding, 101;
Margaret, Cuthbert at her house, 75;
memorial of, 75;
memorial of, 99;
patent for, 235;
power of, 186, 187;
Samuel, petition of, 75.
Douglass's house, 285;
stable, paper in, 268.
Dublin, cocket from, 339.
Ducking, sentence of, 300;
reversed, 300.
Duel, fatal at Quebec, 123.
Dueron, Charles, 355.
Dueron, Piere, bearer of letter, 112.
Duerong, Noel, 196, 197, 198.
Duff, Hester, 350.
Dugas, Jean, 358.
Dummer, letter of Governor, 78;
H. Newton wait upon, 80;
letter from, 152, 166, 169;
letter to, 83.
Dunbar, Col., Surveyor-General, 180, 256;
dispute of, 267.
Duon, John, 206;
before Council, 269;
collector of rents, 293;
confession of, 270;
for defendant, 288;
tears down paper, 268.
Dupuis, Anthony, suit of, 265, 266;
agreement regarding, 270;
case decided, 210;
complaint against, 206, 209;
condemned by Godet, 335;
Council's decision regarding, 356;
damage through negligence, 337;
for Gautrot, 273;
Jean, wife of G. Blanchar, 122;
John, of Menis, 265, 355, 356;
land to be divided, 212;
petition of, 273;
Piere, 212, 333.
Durand (Durands), Father Justinian,
Letter from, 2, 4;
Letter to, 6.
Duron, Charles, complaint against, 346;
to produce evidence, 348.
Dykes, barriers and fences, order regarding, 336;
and fences, to be maintained, 357;
refusal to work on, 55;
to be kept in repair, 318.
Dyson, John, 96;
ground asked for, 275;
patent for, 236, 276;
patentee for mines, 328;
petition of, 281;
witness, 244.