Nova Scotia Archives

Acadian Heartland

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


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Valuation, Deputies to make, 141.
Value of French silver, 181.
Vane, Ensign Charles, 41, 101, 104, 105, 109, 179;
behavior toward Caulfeild , 7;
court-martial, 2;
disaffected to House of Hanover, 17;
guilty of insolence, 11, 18;
letter of, 16;
not consulted, 10;
suspended by court-martial, 11.
Vaudreuil, [<I>Correspondence</I>],
from Caulfeild, 5;
from Philipps, 62.
Vauquelin, Nicholas, in retreat, 240.
Vert, Bay of, 25.
Vesel salvaged, 107.
Vessels,
five-ton, to register, 157;
must take out papers, 146, 147, 157;
N. E. fishermen's plundered, 22;
owned at Minas, 25;
taken by Indians, returned, 35;
to report at Annapolis, 147;
Vice-Admiralty court, to investigate losses, 185.
Vetch, Col., 16;
acted illegally, 3;
allowed guard and parole, 7;
commanding at Annapolis, 7;
debts, 5;
not to get certificates, 3;
ran away, 2;
sloop cleared by, 2;
supported by Alden, 27.
Victualling Office, [<I>Correspondence</I>],
from Caulfeild, 28, 50.
Vigneau, M., withdraws from province, 66.
Vincent and Felix, enemies of the English, 55, 56.
Vincent, Michael, 163.
Visit, Deputies, 133.