Nova Scotia Archives

Acadian Heartland

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


Index

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Ignace, Father,
a Fleming, 85;
and loss to Indians, 81;
arrested, 84;
at Annapolis Royal, 111;
before Council, 112;
examined regarding powder and ball, 86;
had sent letters to Governor, 85;
ignorant of customs, 85;
ignorant of Father Felix's character, 85;
interview with Governor, 89;
letter from, 88, 89;
offered cure of Chignecto, 89, 90;
petition in favor of, 85;
ready to go or stay, 86;
recommended by Father Jocunde, 85;
travelling expenses to be paid, 112.
Illegal export, penalty for, 175.
Illegitimate child, maintenance of, 112.
Improving waste lands, 187, 188, 189.
Indentures, sum for, 299.
Indians,
abandoned houses shelter, 63;
accept terms, 38;
arrive, 10;
assembled at Minas by C. Robichau, 119;
boys rescued from, 39;
bring letter, 42;
Canada, 152;
captured by sloop, 46;
charge of entertaining, 100;
circular letters to, 150;
come in, 36, 38, 41;
danger from, 155;
enemy cured, 50;
fear of, 108, 247;
find bodies, 341;
French exciting, 10;
French to aid, 41;
from Minas, made prisoners, 42;
gathering of, at Minas, 58;
general peace with, 78;
hatred instilled into, 118;
held as hostages, 37;
hostile, supplying, 47;
hostilities of, 166;
hostility due to priests, 69;
illicit trade with, 87;
interrupt work, 239, 240;
killed by deserter, 279;
killing of, 106, 109;
letter from, 23, 51;
letter from chiefs of, 46;
letter of Father Felix to, 73;
local, notified of peace, 111;
loss caused by, 60;
outrage of, at Canso, 12;
outrages of, 56, 57;
passports given to, 38;
peace with, 110, 111, 164;
priest to influence, 342;
prisoner escapes, 42;
prisoner executed, 56, 57;
prisoners not delivered to, 114;
promise peaceable behaviour, 51;
promise to assist Governor, 167;
refuse oath, 15;
reinforcements from Canada, 39;
restore effects, 361;
rob sloop, 13;
robbery by, 288;
take boys prisoners, 39;
threats to French, 6;
to attack Annapolis, 89;
to be invited, 359;
to be pursued, 43;
to be summoned by deputies, 14;
to be supplied with grain, 2;
treaty renewed with, 315, 316;
treaty with, articles, 78, 79, 82, 83;
unable to get provisions, 41;
want time, 11.
Information, withheld by priest, 60.
Inhabitants, English, abandon Lower Town, 60;
petition of, 63.
Inheritance, judgment regarding, 221.
Insolence to Governor, 153.
Interlopers, traders complain of, 253.
Interpreter, French, 360.
Inventory laid before Council, 299;
of Secretary's books and papers, 357.
Isidore, Father,,
arrived from Pigiguit, 72;
confirmed in cure, 52;
cure of Mines and Piziguit, 90;
efforts to warn Governor, 73;
examination of, 72, 73;
given cure of Mines, 74;
informed of Council's decision, 74;
letter from, 91;
letter of, 102;
letter to Governor, 84, 86;
letters to the Governor received, 73;
referred to, 103;
to be summoned, 69.
Islay, Lord, 310.