Nova Scotia Archives

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

L' Angevine, <I>alias</I> Rene Guillot, 346.
Lafflang, 231.
Laffoney, son, 136.
Land claims decided, 218.
Landre, Antoine, letter from, 22;
B., petition from, 194;
C., in dangerous state of health, 164;
Charles, deputy, 7;
not accepted as representative, 23.
Landry <I>vs</I> LeBlanc, 211, 218.
Landry, Anthony, dispute of, 271;
absent through ill-health, 96;
C, offers to take child, 122;
C., laid in irons, 161;
C., refuses oath, 159;
Charles, 94;
Claude, Jr., 262;
examined, 262;
imprisoned for refusal, 160;
J., summoned, 176;
Joseph, witness, 262;
Peter, declaration of, 352;
Peter, of Pobomcoup, 348;
sick, 264;
vs. LeBlanc, 211, 218.
Lanow, Peter, 255;
evidence before Council, 314.
LaPier, in prison, 95;
mentioned (?), 96;
ordered to pay, 96.
Lapinot, 231.
Latour,,
allowed to lay up vessel, 134;
Charles, 133;
land granted by, 304.
Laverdeur, renounces lands, 55;
mentioned, 47.
Lavern, James, sent to view obstruction, 263;
complainant, 262;
Peter, 200, 204.
Lease for farm, 356.
Leave province, permission to, 84.
Leaving country, forfeits land, 56.
LeBat, John, widow of, 314.
LeBlanc, Andrew, 213222;
affronting Hamilton, 321;
arbitrator, 347;
before Council, 143, 144;
before Council, 143, 144;
Benjamin, 217;
Bernard, discoverer of mines, 310;
certificate against Beaujaud, 220;
certificate signed by, 347;
deputy, 321;
discharged, 224;
discoverer of mines, 310;
dispute of, 271;
exacts security money, 319;
examination of, 87, 88;
Excused, 121;
F., certificate of, 143;
Francis, 265, 266;
Francis, son of James, deputy, 321;
François, 207;
grievances of, 216;
Honore, 280;
inventory of effects, 323;
J., security for Bourg, 121;
James, 224;
John, 213, 222;
John, alias Sappine, 217, 220, 223;
mention of, 207, 219, 220, 222, 223, 265, 266;
name struck out, 328;
name struck out, 328;
Paul, 217;
Peter, certificate of, 143;
Petit Jacques, order for arrest of, 321, 322;
petition of, 271;
petition of, 271;
petition of, 271;
petition of, 217, 271;
Pierre, <I>alias</I> Pino, 321;
Rene, insulted, 239, 240, 241;
returns to Annapolis Royal, 270;
son of James, deputy, 321;
summoned, 176;
surety for J. Depuis, 122;
surety for Melanson, 319;
to bring Indians, 120.
LeBlancs <I>vs.</I> A. Landry, 207, 208, 211.
LeBorgne, Alexander, 288;
allowed to cut hay, 305;
contract of, 314;
Madame, petition of,
Mary, petition of, 268;
obstructed in his privileges, 303, 304;
petitions for seignory, 288;
takes oath, at Pentaguit, 88.
LeFondt, confesses and is forgiven, 161;
fails to wait on Governor, 160;
takes oath, 161.
Leger, J., grant to, 189.
Legers, James, before Council, 207, 208.
LePrince, Anthony, 280.
Lescells, Edward, Collector at Barbadoes, 339.
Lescomb's Harbor, Indian outrage at, 166, 167.
Lestage, died of wound, 123.
Letter to, Belcher, 254.
Letters, sent by sloop, 155.
Lock,
Richard, 350;
Valentine, of Crookittstaff, 349;
William, 350.
Loup-marine, rivulet, 331.
Lumass, J., 184.
Lynes, K., carried rum, 75.
Lynham, George, 14.