Nova Scotia Archives

Acadian Heartland

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


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Oath, for notary, 134.
Oaths,
Administering, 12;
power to administer, 170;
refused by French, 12.
Officers,
accounts with Philipps, 173;
asked advice, 128;
at Canso remonstrate, 124;
cannot draw their personal pay, 32;
deputation of, 8;
forced by Nicholson, to buy inferior clothing, 31;
indebted to his men, 122;
memorial of, 16;
regimental, convocation of, 126;
threatened with arrest, 174.
Olive oil for Caulfeild, 23.
O'Neal [<I>Correspondence</I>],
from Armstrong, 118.
O'Neal, James, surgeon, 115;
accounts to be audited, 224;
allegations against, 213;
assault by, 223;
brush burnt by Arsinoe, 230;
complaints against, 224;
confirmed in possession, 225;
debts, 137;
escape of, 224;
grant of land to, 214;
order to arrest, 222, 223;
rent-gatherer, 112, 212;
rents to be paid to, 117.
O'Neal, Mrs. assault on, 227.
Oommunication,
between Annapolis and Minas, 180;
between villages, difficult, 202.
Order, preserved by Le Loutre, 145.
Orders,
copies of, to be preserved, 238;
to mark boundaries, disobeyed, 196.
Ordnance report, 11.
Ordnance, Board of, [<I>Correspondence</I>],
from Caulfeild, 17, 34;
from Philipps, 75, 76.
Ordnance, master of, Caufeild to, 28.
Orphans, intention to defraud, 198.
Outlaw, reinstated, 185.
Outlawry, for disobedience to summons, 181.