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

Babin, Charles, prevents survey, 224.
Babin. Joseph, 188.
Baie Verte, illicit trade by, 153.
Bail, jumped, 223.
Balances of pay, 64.
Baltimore,
robbery of, 209;
wreck, 99, 101, 102, 103, 104, 107, 108, 111.
Banlieu, 196.
Bardin, Richard, 89.
Barracks,
indlfferency of, 34;
none at Canso, 91;
out of repair, 53;
to be rebuilt, 199.
Barthlemy, son of Biscaroon, 113.
Beaches at Canso, to be allotted, 69.
Beaubassin,
land taken by habitans of, 22;
outrage at, 5;
robbery of Adams by Indians, at, 8.
Bedding,
garrison in want of, 34;
none for five years, 38, 39, 53.
Beef, 69 barrels, supplied by Blin, 23.
Belcher [Correspondence],
from Adams, 129;
from Armstrong, 83, 86, 87, 103, 108;
from Caulfeild, 17.
Belcher, Andrew, 8.
Belcher, Jonathan, 8;
commissioner, 4;
declines to supply garrison, 17;
provisions, 7.
Bellehumeur, (see also Bourg, Alexandre), 132, 137;
and Mangeant, quarrel, 119;
order for, 115;
receives treaty, 162.
Bellehumeur, [Correspondence] from Mascarene, 131.
Belleisle Franicoise from Mascarene, 151.
Belleisle, Mde., annual rent to, 197.
Belleisle. road to, surveyed, 235.
Benoit vs. Landry, 162.
Benoit, of Piziquid, 150.
Bergeau [Correspondence],
from Armstrong, 123;
from Mascarene, 130, 137, 142, 143, 152, 159;
from Shirreff, 130.
Bergeau, Pierre. (Bergereau), 142;
assault on, 223;
continued in office, 137;
Deputies to assist, 247;
invited to Annapolis, 159;
ordered to pay, 226;
reason for suspecting, 159;
Receiver and Notary, 164;
summons for, 129;
to receive quit-rents, 227;
to visit Annapolis, 164.
Bigot, Mascarene to., 151.
Bills, at 50 per cent. advance, 17, 20, 40;
directions for drawing wanted, 31;
memo of, 37;
non-payment of, 37;
not promptly paid, 47;
unpaid, 42.
Births, burials, recorded, 197.
Biscaroon, 113.
Black cattle, Robichaux to buy, 79.
Blair, William, master of,
Prince Frederick, 28.
Blin, Peter, capt., 83, 110, 234;
allowed freight, 32;
gone to Chignecto, 137;
Justice of Peace, 134;
master of shallop Hannah, 18;
supplies beef to garrison, 23;
to hear proclamation, 165.
Board of Ordnance [Correspondence],
Armstrong to, 126;
Caulfeild to., 40, 47;
from Phillipps, 61.
Board of Trade, [Correspondence],
from Armstrong, 90, 93, 118;
from Caulfeild, 13, 24, 34, 35, 38;
from Phillipps, 56, 57, 61, 63, 76.
Bonds, to prevent clandestine trade, 146.
Book, of Plans, 177.
Book. of registration, 123.
Books,
refusal to produce, 174;
to be kept by rent-gatherer, 212.
Borland, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 36;
from Caulfeild, 50;
his attorney, Ferguson, 10.
Boston,
Governor of, informs Caulfeild of Indian outrages, 21;
merchant assists garrison, 17;
Merchants, 1;
money, ratio to gold, 41;
paper money, 181;
settlers, efforts to obtain, from., 191;
traders, supply Cape Breton, 34.
Bouchure, fence (?), 240, 241.
Boudre, 72;
for Grand Manan, 70;
forwards clothing, 73.
Boudrot, Charles, 155.
Boundaries,
dlfficulties regarding, 97;
to be remarked, 196.
Boundary,
commission, 63, 68, 115;
western, of N.S., 72.
Bourg, Alexandre (see also Bellehumeur), 165;
and Mangeant. to visit disputed lands, 221;
Arbitrator, 244;
asked to account for 200 Livres, 186;
careless in. accounts, 216, 217;
commission, as collector of King's rents, 145;
in agreement with Mangeant, 161;
receives commission, 142;
re-established as Notary, 236;
settles dispute, 139;
to forward letter, 143;
to make up accounts with Mangeant, 219.
Bourg, Alexandre, [Correspondence],
from Armstrong, 80, 81, 185;
from Mascarene, 134, 135, 140, 142, 146, 148, 150, 151, 153, 154, 156, 157, 160, 162.
Bourgeois vs. Landry, 162.
Bourgeois vs. Leger, 211, 212.
Bourgeois vs. Mouton et al, 212.
Bourgeois, Petit Jacques, summoned, 213.
Bourville, Mascarene to, 151.
Bout, Isle de, 221.
Braux, vs. Hebert, 162, 163, 165.
Breaches in fort, 53.
Breaux, Pierre, 141, 165.
Bridge,
compliant regarding, 223;
order for building, 247;
to be repaired, 144.
Bridges and highways, 241.
British subjects, at Pobomcoup, 243244.
Broadstreet, (father) Lieutenant.,
death of, 94.
Broadstreet, John, (son),
as preventive officer, 68;
Lieutenant, of militia, 179;
promotion asked for, 64;
to be relieved, 83.
Brossard, possession denied, 239.
Brouillan, [de Brouillan] [Correspondence],
from Armstrong, 85, 107;
from Philipps, 65, 59.
Brush for dyking, burnt, 230.
Buckler, Andrew, 99, 103, 104, 107, 111.
Buckler, Mrs. Susanna, 99, 100, 101, 103, 107, 109, 111.
Building, Indian interference, 86.
Buildings repaired, 75.
Bujeau, suspected, 161.
Burchett,
from Caulfeild, 40;
from Philipps, 56;
transmits Admiralty's orders to Caulfeild, 28.
Burchfield and Nicholson, appoint Newton, 27.
Burges, master gunner, 18, 28.
Buttings and boundings, 196;
plan of, 116.
Button, Ens. Thos., 12, 37;
on leave, 46;
stoppage of pay for wife, 33.