Nova Scotia Archives

Acadian Heartland

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


Index

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La Mercier, Andrew Rev., 219;
from Armstrong, 118.
La Ronde, coming to Annapolis, 10.
Laborers, English, needed, 26.
Land,
best, held by French, 120;
claims to, investigated, 159;
dispute regarding, 141, 210;
disputes, power to settle, 170;
division of. difficulty, 81;
division to be made, 187;
grants in dispute, 56;
improved, seized, 230;
occupied without permission, 225;
petitions for, 57;
seized at Le Vallier's Island, 230;
settlement on neighbour's, 141;
taken from complainant, 212;
tenure, Council to decide, 164;
unimproved, to be sold, for Crown, 183;
unprofitable granted with profitable, 126.
Landry <I>vs</I>. Benoit, 154.
Landry, Honoré, 157.
Landry, Pierre, fear of molestation, 139.
Landry. Réné, 155, 156.
Landrys and Le B1ancs dispute settled, 139.
Landrys, of Canard, 148, 150.
Latour,
Claims, 94;
descendant of, 90;
estate held by Belleisle, 95;
grant claimed, 201, 207.
Law, British, Indians amenable to, 86.
Laws, old French, followed, 151.
Law-suit, last resource, 156.
Law-suits, Mascarene wishes to prevent, 139.
Lawyer, N. E., consulted, 114.
Layard not to be driven away, 23.
Le Blanc, Bernard, 96.
Le Borgne de Belleisle, Alexandre, 90, 94, 95, 207;
hay carried off, 200, 201;
swears allegiance, 196.
Le Vallier's Island,
claim for, 214;
O'Neal molested in, 225.
LeBlanc, Charles, 141.
LeBlanc, Francis, 116.
LeBlanc, Jacques, 165.
LeBlanc, Jean, 156.
LeBlanc, Petit Jacques, insults Hamilton, 203.
LeBlanc, Réné, 82, 96;
letter, regarding Deputies, 142.
Legal tender, N. E., bills declared, 181.
Leger, Jean,
summoned, 211;
taken field, 211.
License for felling trees, 176.
Lieutenant-Governor, powers of, 117.
Lime-kiln, garrison, 182.
Lissiasse, Jno, 183.
Lists of <I>habitans</I> returned, 164.
Litigants, summoned ·through Deputies, 156.
Litigation, attempts to regulate, 178.
Little, Otis, J. P., 177.
Livestock, exportation of, limited, 181.
Livres Tournois, 239.
Livres, 300,remitted, 143.
Lobarett, Mons,, 155.
Locations, desirable, for settlement, 191.
Longuepee, case of mill building, 152.
Loss of time, Deputies complain of, 190.
Lots et Ventes,, 139.
Loutre [de Loutre],
influence with Indians, 161, 162;
received Kings' rents, 142.
Loutre [de Loutre], [<I>Correspondence</I>],
from Mascarene, 144, 162.
Lunacy, verdict of, 128.
Lynn and Gordon, 39;
evade payment, 28.
Lynn, F., agent, 2;
has sent no statement of garrison’s account, 32;
to make payment, 30.