Provincial and State Papers, Volume 18

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Contents

Committee appointed on boundary lines 1733
48
Peter Greeleys deposition 1734
54
Report of committee on condition Fort William and Mary 1735
60
Answer to the foregoing
73
Land grants to members of the Legislature 1739
79
Secretary Waldrons answer to the foregoing
85
Petition of Thomas Packer for copies of depositions 1739
91
Committee to invoice stores at the fort 1740
102
Instructions to Governor Belcher May 20 1740
109
Governor Belchers address to the Assembly 174041
117
Governor Belcher to commissioners of trade 1741
123
Report of committee on boundary lines
129
Letter from Governor Wentworth to Board of Trade 174142
135
Authorizing commissioners to build a road 1742
142
AttorneyGeneral Livermores opinion 1743
148
Atkinson to Thomlinson May 16 1738
154
Thomlinson to Christopher Rymes February 10 174041
169
Thomlinson to Atkinson July 14 1742
177
Thomlinson to Atkinson February 20 1743
185
Governor Wentworth to Board of Trade 174344
196
Warrant for arrest of Cyprian Jaffrey 1744
202
Receipt for an Indian delivered to Colonel Willard 1744
209
Shirley to Wentworth March 10 174647
213
March 4 174445
218
Petition from soldiers wives for aid 1745
225
Thomlinson to Atkinson August 5 1745
231
September 1 1738
235
Statement of condition of men at Louisbourg 1745
238
Petition from Louisbourg soldiers 1745
245
February 8 1738
258
Petition of Sarah Trefethen soldiers widow 174546
263
Thomas Millet relative to sloop Abigail 1746
269
John Goffes account and memorial 1746
275
List of rations not received by the above
281
Walter Warrens account
288
Shirley to Wentworth January 12 1746
291
Widow Sarah Jacksons petition 1747
294
Major Thomas Davis relative to government stores 1747
303
Theodore Atkinson to Thomas Jones 1747
309
January 27 1746
314
Colonel Stoddard concerning the Six Nations 1747
315
Petition of Francis Mason of Stratham soldier 1745
323
Summons to the Council to Court of Admiralty 1748
331
Shirley to Wentworth May 31 1748
337
Shirley to Wentworth August 24 1748
351
Shirley to Wentworth February 7 174647
353
Shirley to Wentworth concerning some Indians 1749
356
Report of committee named in warrant 1749
362
Thomlinson to Atkinson February 24 174647
369
Atkinson to Thomlinson May 26 1750
374
Acts approved by the Privy Council 1750
380
Trade between New Hampshire and West Indies 1751 388390
388
Thomlinson and Trecothick to Atkinson 1752
401
Greenwood to Waldron about Mrs Mason
407
To Governor Phipps about murder of Indians 1752
413
Deposition of John Hodgdon soldier 1753
419
of Robert Hale 1755
427
Petition from towns for assistance 1756
434
John Carty wounded soldier 1756
441
Memorial of William Clifford 1257
451
Governor Wentworth to General Webb 1757
454
Captain Ladds account 1757
460
Captures by English privateers 1757 467469
467
Commissary Kings certificate 1758
475
March 20 1752
476
Hercules Mooneys loss at Fort William Henry 1758
482
Nevin to Atkinson 1761
543
Atkinson to Thomlinson 1762
549
June 23 1740
555
Atkinson to Wentworth and Trecothick 1766
574
about county lines 1769
591
Proceedings of the House sent to Agent Trecothick 1770
597
Road from Pemigewasset River to Dartmouth Coll 1771
605
Road from Conway to Connecticut River 1772
611
Deposition of Peter Gilman and Thomas W Waldron 1772
628
Letter accompanying the memorial 1772
637
Livius versus Moffat at Court of Appeals
645
Road from New Britain to Hanover
651
Colonel Atkinsons orders to Captain Dennett 1774
657
Rules and regulations of a militia company 1775
663
Atkinson accountable for books of charters 1775
669
Captain Barkleys conditions 1775
672
Act to establish the legality of certain taxes 1776
679
Lead mine discovered 1776
685
Minutes of Council 1778
692
Certificate from selectmen of Boothbay Mass 1778
698
Minutes of court 1776 1780
707
Memorial of Nathaniel Peabody 1782
713
Eleazer Russell to Meshech Weare 1782
716
John Sullivan to John Langdon 1782
723
Nominations for sheriff and judges in Grafton County
729
Petition to tax nonresident proprietors 1784
735
Elisha Payne accepts election to Congress 1784
741
Petition in favor of Colonel David Webster 1785
747
Letter from treasury board at N Y 1785
753
Account of New Hampshire taxes 1785
759
Eben Hazard to Jeremiah Libbey 1786
765
Postmaster Libbey to Samuel Dearborn 1786
771
Petition for pardon from Exeter prisoners 1786
778
Report of committee on Sheafe petition 1787
785
Petition for road from Barnstead to Northwood 1787
791
J Gilman transmits his public accounts 1788
797
Accounts of confiscated estates 1789
798
Petition of three men to be restored to office 1789
804
Joseph Whipple 1790
811
James Sheafes letter of transmittal 1790
818
Petition for a new county 1791
826
Memorial of Robert L Fowle 1791
832
Records of candidates
838
Ratable polls in New Hampshire 1792
842
Road from Concord to Durham 1792
849
Thomlinson to Atkinson September 20 1740
850
Road from Dover to Northwood 1792
859
December 20 1740
862
Petition of Samuel Morey 1793
865
More facts relative to the same matter 1793
872
89
876
Petition to construct canals 1795
878
102
886
Nathaniel Heads commissions 1798
892
Captain Waits weekly return 1759
903
Colonel Waits account to General Sullivan 1776
909
Rev Joshua Moodys account 1676
917
Letter of Elias Stileman 1682
924
Governors order to enlist a scouting party 1745
934
113
937
828830
941
66
943
Louisbourg soldiers petition Portsmouth men 174546
949
831
958
841
974

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