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Acadian Heartland

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


Index

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Fannuel, given up by Caulfeild, 19.
Farming of King's rents, 242.
Fees. of rent-gatherer, 213, 217, 248;
of notary public, 213, 237.
Fee-simple, lands granted, 191.
Felix, Père, letter from, 5.
Fence, dispute regarding, 239.
Ferguson, attorney of Borland, 10.
Fines, cannot bar entail, 184.
Fire, authority to, on suspects, 200.
Firelocks, to be repaired, 73.
Firing, method of approved, 8.
Fishermen, ,
arms lent to, 73;
attacked by Indians, 21;
driven from Canso, 67;
harbour deserters, 42;
New England, plundered by Indians, 22.
Fishery N. S., 24;
at Canso, 69, 84;
at Placentia, not to be hindered, 59;
report on, required, 66;
richest at Canso, 25;
thousand vessels in, 34;
to be encouraged, 119.
Fishing,
at Canso, by French, 38;
winter, 245.
Forces, greater, needed, 120.
Foreigner, no share in vessels, 157.
Forest, Baptiste, 151.
Forrest, Jean complaint of, 141.
Forrests, to have quiet possession, 138.
Fort,
at Annapolis, state of, 60;
needed at Canso, 109;
ruinous condition of, 53.
Fortifications, ,
Burges' report on, 44;
crumbling at Annapolis, 76;
French, in C. B., 91;
repairs to, 8.
Forts, ,
needed, 76;
plans of, 70;
stores, etc., needed, 67.
Four Friends, 9.
Fowling and fishing, rights, 245.
France, not joined Spain, 131;
traders from, 34.
Franklin, Henry, 17;
leaving Caulfeild, 19;
source of Clark's information, 32.
Frauds,
against King, 139;
by clandestine deeds, 164.
Fredericksfort, 175;
Dunbar at, 83.
Freight, delayed, 134.
French, afraid of Indians,
answer to Doucette, 52, 53;
ask pardon for robbery, 76;
cannot take oath, unless protected from Indians, 52;
carriers for Boston traders, 135;
chief settlements, 24;
combining with Indians, 69;
danger to, of disobedience, 143;
declared traitors by Nicholson, 27;
driven from Canso, by Smart, 84;
fort planned at St. Peters, 25;
insolence, 70, 72;
intend quitting province, 13;
intercourse with, broken off, 29;
intrigues, 62, 63;
league with Indians, 92;
military clothing unsuitable for, 6;
neutrals, 91;
no reliance on their friendship, 44;
not allowed to fetch corn, 27;
not British subjects, 51;
number of, in colony, 44;
obstruction in Acadia, 56;
population considerable, 25;
refuse oats, 12;
returning, 34;
seigneury, claim, 93;
stirring up Indians, 71;
to enjoy property and religion, 64;
to take oaths, 44;
view of allegiance, 66;
will not swear allegiance, 55.
Friendliness, French, 26.
Friends Adventure, robbed, 215.
Fundy Coast, survey ordered, 198.
Fur trade, 63, 84;
at Annapolis, 24;
Chignecto a centre of the, 25.
Furs, none in Annapolis, 6.