Nova Scotia Archives

Acadian Heartland

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


Index

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Falmouth, N. E., 329.
False report, contradicted, 119.
Families, deputies' lists of, 307;
to settle Nova Scotia, 174.
Family, provision for buying back land for, 237, 238.
Fees for Council as court, 186, 188;
of Secretary, fixed, 273, 274.
Felix, Father, (flalix) to be summoned, 69;
incendiary, 89;
letter from, 9;
letter of, 73;
return forbidden, 90;
returns to province, 77;
the Indians' general, 73.
Felling trees, accusation of, 261.
Felon de Se, 193.
Felons, no duty on, 253.
Fence, defective, 333, 335.
Fences,
broken, 286;
difficulty regarding, 332;
to be kept in repair, 318;
to be removed, 243.
Fidelity, oath of, administered, 51;
oaths of, 147.
Fielding, Peter, memorial of, 75.
Fine,
for contempt, 315;
for illegal export, 175;
for use of illegal measures, 242.
Fines and recoveries, 193.
Fire,
danger of, to Lower Town, 61;
in house without funnel, 54.
Fishery, guarded by N. E. sloop, 46.
Fishing vessels, .order regarding, 278.
Fishing, privilege withheld, 259.
Flag bastion,
peace ceremonies at, 116;
place of meeting, 129.
Flocks and herds, 278.
Fontaine, Louis, 265.
Foreign Coins, Act for Ascertaining Rates, 143.
Forrest, René,
ordered to pay, 295;
rent unpaid, 294.
Fort gate, order to be posted on, 151.
Fort major, 226.
Fountain, Lewis, evidence of, 47.
Fowls, for rent, 293;
theft of, alleged, 275.
France, King of, allegiance to, 149;
war with, 296.
Franciscan, sent to Piziquid, 52.
Fraudulent contract, 305:00:00.
French,
coins, action of committee on, 143;
council answers petition in, 67;
diplomacy against, 114;
goods, 49;
order translated into, 5.
French and English, oath subscribed in, 130.
French government, interference of, 91, 92.
French Inhabitants, afraid of English, 39;
agree to work on dykes, 55;
answer to, read, 25;
Caulfeild's papers relating to, 4, 5;
connive at robbery, 13;
custom, inquiry regarding, 237, 238;
cutting road, 9;
examined for robbery, 12;
forces to curb, wanted, 15;
incite Indians, 240, 359;
instructions regarding taking oath, 4;
letter to Governor, 4;
likely to rouse, 155;
ordered to choose six deputies, 4;
ordered to entertain Indians, 41;
outrage of, at Canso, 12;
petition regarding sowing, 24;
priests, scene in council, 343, 344, 345;
protection of Indians, 167;
refuse oath, 159;
removal of, 246, 247;
report on, 146;
representatives, 7;
rules for, taking oath, 128;
silver as bullion, 174;
supplied garrison at Canso, 77;
threatened by Indians, 6;
to have privileges of English subjects, 168;
withhold provisions from Indians, 41.
French vessel allowed to make purchases, 77.
Frenchmen, strangers,,
arrested, 106;
examined separately, 106-109;
kept in custody, 110;
sent to Boston, 114;
statements confirmed, 113;
their strange story, 107, 110.
Fronsac, hostilities in, 150.
Fundy, crossing in canoes dangerous, 120.