Nova Scotia Archives

Acadian Heartland

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


Index

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Naval,
reserves, not to interfere with settlement, 177;
stores, cultivation of, 96;
supplies, lands reserved for, 175, 176.
Naval officer,
Appointed, 170;
at Annapolis,, 177;
commended, 70;
insulted, 203.
Navy,
Negro boy, death of, 100, 102, 104, 105.
Netmaker,
clothing account, 5, 9;
shipped clothing, 4;
written to, 7.
Netmaker, [<I>Correspondence</I>],
from Caulfeild, 6, 11;
to Caulfeild, 5, 9, 10.
Neutrality, Acadian French promise, 53.
New England,
Commissioners, to enquire into Indian outrages, 21;
government informs Caulfeild of Indian outrages, 22;
interest in fishery, 84;
people would like land, 131;
people, land grants to, 56, 00, 00;
would not assist Nova Scotia, 16.
New Hampshire, boundary commission, 115.
Newcastle, to Armstrong, 127.
Newcastle, township, 175.
Newfoundland, settlers from, 60.
Newton, H., 1, 2;
collector at Annapolis, 27;
seizures, 6.
Nicholson, Col., 16, 22;
agreement referred to, 60, 62;
extraordinary conduct on his visit, 27;
going to Annapolis, 5;
interferes with Caulfeild's courts, 39;
malice, 29;
malicious neglect of garrison, 28;
objects to Caulfeild's bills, 3;
ruining Caulfeild's credit, 15;
Secretary of War warned against, 14;
sends stores, 4.
Nicholson, Col., [<I>Correspondence</I>],
from Caulfeild, 6, 10;
to Caulfeild, 4, 8.
Nicoute, Claude, 113.
Nicoute, Francis, 113.
Night, unreasonable time of, defined, 200.
Nine months, provisions for, 29.
Nolen,
Notary, duties of, 237, 238.
Nova Scotia,
boundaries of, 84;
Caulfeild's account of, 24;
Fishermen attacked by Indians, in, 21;
Latour's part in, 94;
not to be subordinate.to New England, 192.