Nova Scotia Archives

Acadian Heartland

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


Index

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Sable Island,
grant of, requested, 118;
order for settling, 219.
Sables, Cape, 21, 25;
Indian outrage of, 19.
Sack (?) ships, 84.
Sailors, French, indebted to Capoon, 22.
Salary, none for Council, as law-court, 121.
Sales, to be noted, 217.
Sappine, lends vessel to Trefry, 161.
Savage, Arthur [<I>Correspondence</I>],
to Crawley, John, 70, 73;
to Hall, 58;
to Richards, 58, 66.
Savage, Arthur, naval officer, 170.
Scarcity, in New England, 18.
Scarcity, measure to prevent, 146, 147.
Schoolmaster, to have lot,, 191.
Sea-coast, no grants on, 126.
Sea-flower, sloop, 4;
clothing by, 6.
Seat of government should be on eastern coast, 62.
Secretary of State, 16. [<I>Correspondence</I>],
from Armstrong, 103, 110, 114;
from Caulfeild, 15;
from Doucette, 51.
Secretary of War [<I>Correspondence</I>],
from Caulfeild, 16, 33;
from Philipps, 71.
Secretary, notary to report to, 237.
Seeward, William, Lieut. of Militia, 179.
Seigneurial,
mansion, rents payable at, 137;
rents, 97;
rights transferred to Crown, 192, 212.
Seigneuries, purchased by Crown, 164.
Seigneurs.,
claims invalid, 194;
pretensions of, 90.
Seizure of lands at Memramcook., 230.
Sentence, refusal to submit to, 189.
Sentences, evaded, 192.
Servant, indented, run away, 226.
Settlement,
at Tibogue illegal, 245;
hindrances to, 120;
measures for Protestant, 191;
new plan for, 120.
Settlers,
encouragement to, 96, 109;
limited to 1,000 acres, 126;
on unimproved land, 183;
permission to leave, 66.
Shebuctoe, 21.
Sheep, loss of, 194.
Sheepscott, river, 175.
Sherriffe (Shirreff), 20;
commissary in England, 28;
commissioner, 229;
Justice of the Peace, 171;
notes wastage, 46;
remonstrates with Armstrong, 124;
returns as commissary, 32;
Secretary, 173;
sent home on Caulfeild's affairs, 32;
takes despatch to Taylor, 42;
to bring Caulfeild's commission as Lieutenant Governor, 32;
to investigate refusal to pay quit rent, 228.
Ship-building, timber for, in Nova Scotia, 24.
Ships, Spanish, to be seized, 127.
Shipwreck, provision for, at Sable Island, 219.
Shirreff, [<I>Correspondence</I>],
from Armstrong, 123, 124;
from Cosby, 83;
from Philipps, 78;
to Armstrong, 125, 126;
to Bergeau, 130;
to Bourg, 98;
to de la Goudalie, 98;
to Deputies of Annapolis, 98;
to Deputies of Minas, 93, 96;
to Deputies of Piziquid, 165;
to How, 121;
to J. Duon, 90;
to Mangeant, 129.
Shortage, of provisions, 45.
Shubenacadie (Chicobenakedy) crown land, 216.
Sibanoit Vanbigangoutte, 99.
Sire, assault by, 223.
Sire, Peter, ordered to pay, 231.
Skene, (Skeen), W., 41, 47, 160;
commissioner, 229;
his memorial, 28;
Justice of the Peace, 171;
recommended, by Caulfeild, 30, 39.
Skins, marks on, inspection, 195.
Slater, John, Ens.,
commissioner, 229;
to investigate refusal to pay rent, 228.
Sloop,
attached at .Boston, 229;
building at Boston, 73;
from Boston, nearly wrecked, 49;
robbed at Piziquid, 114.
Smart, Captain,
at Canso, 84;
capture, reprisals for, 67;
unable to land at Annapolis, 56.
Soldiers.,
hardships of, 11;
not trusted with arms, 53, 54;
pacified, 54.
Southack, Capt. Cyprian, Caulfeild to, 44.
Southack, John, partner of Macqueen, 228, 229.
Sow, request for permission to, 74.
Spain,
notice of war with, 236;
reprisals against, 127.
Specimens of clothing sent home, 30, 31.
Spellman, leave of absence, 46.
Squatters, on Crown lands, 158.
St. Ann's,
fortifications at, 39;
regulars at, 34;
to be fortified, 26.
St. John, Armstrong to Indians of, 98, 112;
Hamilton to Indians of, 110;
priest at, 188.
St. John's (P. E. I), abandoned, 39.
St. John's river, 175.
St. Martin's feast, rent-day, 164.
St. Peter's,
fortifications at, 39;
regulars at, 34;
to be fortified, 26.
St. Poncy [de St. Poncy], 89, 100, 105, 110, 114, 139, 143, 153, 157;
conduct irregular, 149;
intrusion of, 160;
order stands, 145;
recovery of, 97;
returning to France, 233;
returning to N.S., 139, 140;
to withdraw from province, 247.
St. Poncy [de St. Poney] [<I>Correspondence</I>],
from Mascarene, 132, 246.
Stamp, for half bushels, 193.
Stanhope. [<I>Correspondence</I>],
from Caulfeild, 12, 28, 35, 38, 41, 43.
Stanwood, John, J. P., 178.
Stockings, rotten, 6.
Store-house at Grand Pré, 85.
Stores, cheaper in Boston, 6.
Strangers,
to be noted, 218, 238;
to be reported, 134;
two, not to remain, 148.
Street, encroachment on, for defence, 190.
Stride, John, 201.
Submission, time extended for, 74.
Subsistance,,
not to be paid, 33;
refused to pay, 225.
Suit. important, deferred, 210.
Summons,
disobedience to, rebellion, 155;
repeatedly disobeyed, 225;
to be obeyed, 141.
Supplies,
difficulties regarding, 8;
difficulty of obtaining, 80;
drawn fraudulently, 76;
for garrison, 79, 186;
ordered, 96;
received, 28;
wastage in daily issue, 46.
Surett, Joseph, 188.
Surett, Peter, 188.
Surgeon allowed to stay, 148.
Surgeon's chest, left at Placentia, 53.
Survey,
before grant, 158;
deferred, 76, 77;
difficulties of, 125;
ordered, to settle disputes, 186;
refusal to permit, 224;
to be made, 164.
Surveyed lands, only to be granted, 124.
Surveyor,
Deputy's salary, 176;
to consult governor, 177.
Sutlers.,
no more in garrison, 7;
none in town, 31.