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Acadian Heartland

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


Index

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Illicit trade, from Baie Verte, 153;
half to Secretary's <I>locum teneus</I>, 173;
of colonel stopped, 174;
order to, 236;
stoppage of for provisions, 33;
stopped by Nicholson, 31.
Incendiary, trial of, 114.
Indians,
afraid to go fishing, 77;
alarmed at surveyor, 98;
amenable to British law, 102, 112;
asked to make redress, 113;
at St. John, 106;
attack fishermen, 21;
breach of treaty by, 5;
Cape Sable, Armstrong to, 102;
Capoon to visit, 22;
Caulfeild will help Layard’s, 23;
change in demeanor towards English, 92;
chief to examine, 209;
chief, letter from, 7;
criminals, in Costabelle's government, 22;
dangers from, 26, 62;
disturbances, 94;
eastern, meeting at Piscataqua, 8;
French fear of, 51, 52;
French influence over, 86;
incited to rescue, 180;
insolent letter of, 77;
invited to visit governor, 78;
kill French, as well as English, 52;
likely places to meet, 21;
main support from trade, 162;
no intercourse with English, 191;
no money will keep them faithful, 68;
ordered to restore property and surrender criminals, 102;
outrages, 34, 35, 67, 68;
presents detained, 77;
presents for, 56, 60, 109;
presents wanted for, 63;
promises made to, 64;
reminded to keep the peace, 86;
rob Alden, 66;
rob Capoon, 22;
rob N. E. fishermen of vessels, 22;
robbery by, 75, 113, 161, 162, 215;
stirred up by French, 71;
surveyor protected against, 125;
to make restitution, 215;
trade with, 1, 6.
Information, kind wanted, by Board of Trade, 24.
Informer, half fine to receive, 182, 195, 205.
Inhabitants, idle and lazy, 95.
Inheritance, Governor empowered to settle, 172.
Inquest, on Armstrong, 128.
Inspect province, encouragement to, 191.
Intrigue of Armstrong against Caulfeild, 29.
Inventory, of attached goods, 198.