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Letter book of Henry Fox- letters concerning the Public Accounts

Author:Fox, Henry
Date:1783-01-16
Subjects: Abbott, William Of Halifax 1783: juror Allan, William Jr. Of Halifax 1783, merchant: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Abbott, William Of Halifax 1783: juror Allan, William Jr. Of Halifax 1783, merchant: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Americans settling on eastern side of the St. Croix 1783 Boundary question American settlers encroaching on St. Andrews area, Letter Number 23, pp. 18, 19
Americans settling on eastern side of the St. Croix 1783, Letter Number 23, pp. 16, 17
Anderson, James Of Maryland, a well-remembered Loyalist Refugee: he and family settled at Chester: provisions allowance to Chester Refugee James Anderson to, Letter Number 62, pp. 40, 41
Annapolis Grenadier Company and unit of the 84th Regiment to, 1783 Brandywine carries troops and baggage to Annapolis Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot detachment of at Windsor 1783 Fifty-fourth Regiment of Foot recruits for at Windsor 1783 Grenadier Company To Annapolis 1783, Letter Number 55, pp. 36, 37
Annapolis Lieutenant-Colonel Stephen DeLancey's regiment at, 1783/8/-DeLancey, Lieutenant-Colonel Stephen his regiment at Annapolis 1783/8/-: asks fuel supply for its members, Letter Number 27, pp. 18, 19
Annapolis barracks and stores to be readied for Provincial Corps and Refugees 1783/9/16, Letter Number 80, pp. 56, 57
Annapolis its military facilities in ruinous state 1783, Letter Number 89, pp. 64, 65
Annapolis its military facilities in ruinous state 1783, Letter Number 89, pp. 66, 67
Annapolis military orders to Brace, Major James of the Fencible Americans: General Henry Fox wishes to see, Letter Number 83, pp. 58, 59
Annapolis repair to military and public buildings to receive Refugees Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. orders buildings readied for Refugees, Letter Number 101, pp. 76, 77
Annapolis repair to military and public buildings to receive Refugees Fox, , Letter Number 101, pp. 78, 79
Associated Loyalists From South Carolina, settled at Ship Harbour: list of, Letter Number 36, pp. 22, 23
Associated Loyalists From South Carolina, settled at Ship Harbour:, Letter Number 36, pp. 24, 25
Aucpaque apparently General Henry Fox at 1783/9/28 Augh Pack Aucpaque, Letter Number 104, pp. 78, 79
Aucpaque apparently General Henry Fox at 1783/9/28 Augh Pack Aucpaque, Letter Number 104, pp. 80, 81
Aurora A vessel: carries IV Battalion 60th Regiment New York to Halifax Fanning, Colonel Edmund H. "Lieutenant-General of this province" [Nova Scotia] in company with "Governor" John Wentworth: arrives at Halifax from England as of 1783/9/23 Lyons, Major Charles, Letter Number 114, pp. 2, 91
Aurora A vessel: carries IV Battalion 60th Regiment New York to Halifax Fanning, Colonel Edmund H. "Lieutenant-General of this province" [Nova Scotia] in company with "Governor" John Wentworth: arrives at Halifax from England as of 1783/9/23 Lyons, Major Charles, Letter Number 114, pp. 90, 93
Austin, Thomas Of Halifax 1783, trader: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Austin, Thomas Of Halifax 1783, trader: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
B.N.A. [In a note appended to a letter, General Henry Fox to Roger Johnson 1783] Favourite A mast-ship 1783 Mast Ships "Favourite": used to carry troops invalided home, Letter Number 42, pp. 26, 27
Balfour, Captain [ ] Master of a merchantman in the West Indies trade 1783 Customs duties Nova Scotia imposes on rum and molasses Imports rum and molasses to Nova Scotia Johnson, Roger re duties on supplies imported by the military, Letter Number 37, pp. 24, 25
Barclay, Major Thomas of the Loyal American Regiment: settling in Nova Scotia 1783: to have free lumber for his new house, Letter Number 72, pp. 50, 51
Barclay, Major Thomas of the Loyal American Regiment: settling in Nova Scotia 1783: to have free lumber for his new house, Letter Number 72, pp. 52, 53
Batt and Forage order to pay to troops under General Henry Fox's command countermanded Hawkins, Captain [ ] Royal Navy At [?Halifax]: an allowance to for freight Money exchange rate 1783, Letter Number 88, pp. 64, 65
Batt and Forage troops under Halifax command to receive 200 days of, Letter Number 81, pp. 56, 57
Bayard, Lieutenant-Colonel John Officer Commanding of the King's Orange Rangers, Letter Number 84, pp. 58, 59
Bayard, Lieutenant-Colonel John Officer Commanding of the King's Orange Rangers, Letter Number 84, pp. 60, 61
Bayard, Major Samuel Of the King's Orange Rangers: its commander [sic] King's Orange Rangers granted lands at Quaco, Letter Number 93, pp. 68, 69
Bermuda its garrison: to go to Nova Scotia 1783 Delight [?H.M.S.] to Penobscot with flour, Letter Number 96, pp. 72, 73
Bermuda its garrison: to go to Nova Scotia 1783 Delight [?H.M.S.] to Penobscot with flour, Letter Number 96, pp. 74, 75
Bethune, Lieutenant B[ ] Faneuil granted leave to Boston on private business 1783/8/8Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. grants leave to Lieutenant [ ] Bethune, Letter Number 6, pp. 6, 7
Bethune, Lieutenant B[ ] Faneuil granted leave to Boston on private business 1783/8/8Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. grants leave to Lieutenant [ ] Bethune, Letter Number 6, pp. 8, 9
Blakley, Chamber Of South Carolina, Refugee: settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 22, 23
Block-houses a number of at Annapolis 1783 Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot being relieved at Windsor, Letter Number 56, pp. 36, 37
Block-houses a number of at Annapolis 1783 Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot being relieved at Windsor, Letter Number 56, pp. 38, 39
Bonetta a sloop of war: at Halifax 1783 Breton Island Campbell, Admiral [ ] Governor of Newfoundland 1783, Letter Number 68, pp. 44, 45
Bonetta a sloop of war: at Halifax 1783, Letter Number 68, pp. 46, 47
Boundary question American settlers encroaching on St. Andrews area Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. disagrees with Governor J. Parr re use of troops to protect the St. Croix area, Letter Number 23, pp. 16, 17
Boyd, John Of Halifax 1783, merchant: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Boyd, John Of Halifax 1783, merchant: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Brace, Major James Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot many of II Battalion wish to settle near Windsor, Letter Number 113, pp. 86, 87
Brace, Major James Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot many of II Battalion wish to settle near Windsor, Letter Number 113, pp. 88, 89
Brandywine re plank from Penobscot for Annapolis Churches At Annapolis: may be used to house Refugees, Letter Number 105, pp. 80, 81
Brandywine seamen needed for, Letter Number 57, pp. 38, 39
Brandywine with supplies to Penobscot, Letter Number 103, pp. 78, 79
Breton Island, Letter Number 68, pp. 46, 47
Brigadier-General Henry E. orders buildings readied for Refugees, Letter Number 101, pp. 78, 79
Brindley, Edward Brinley, Edward Brinley, Edward "Brindley" At Shelburne 1783: Commissary McNeil, Joseph Of Boston, Refugee: he and family apparently settled at Shelburne: extension of provisions to, Letter Number 51, pp. 34, 35
Browne, Major D.J. Of the Annapolis River area: has conducted seconded officers to Nova Scotia, Letter Number 75, pp. 52, 53
Browne, Major D.J. his expectations re seconded officers not met, Letter Number 76, pp. 54, 55
Burton Settlement of Provincial regiments begins at, and at Maugerville, Letter Number 104, pp. 78, 79
Burton Settlement of Provincial regiments begins at, and at Maugerville, Letter Number 104, pp. 80, 81
Buskirk, Captain [ ] Of Colonel [ ] Buskirk's regiment at St. John: with Lieutenant [ ] Lambert, etc.: wounds and arrests seven soldiers, Letter Number 107, pp. 80, 81
Buskirk, Captain [ ] Of Colonel [ ] Buskirk's regiment at St. John: with Lieutenant [ ] Lambert, etc.: wounds and arrests seven soldiers, Letter Number 107, pp. 82, 83
Buskirk, Colonel [ ] Men of his regiment at St. John engage in mayhem, Letter Number 107, pp. 80, 81
Buskirk, Colonel [ ] Men of his regiment at St. John engage in mayhem, Letter Number 107, pp. 82, 83
Callahan, Rebecca Widow of a soldier: to Annapolis: she and children awarded King's Allowance, Letter Number 9, pp. 8, 9
Campbell, Admiral [ ] Governor of Newfoundland 1783, Letter Number 68, pp. 46, 47
Campbell, Captain Duncan Officer Commanding II Battalion 84th Regiment: re care of coal at Spanish River Coal at Spanish River: supplies Halifax garrison 1783, Letter Number 65, pp. 42, 43
Campbell, Captain Duncan to lead 50 of his unit to Spanish River Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot 50 men of to Spanish River, Letter Number 94, pp. 68, 69
Campbell, Captain Duncan to lead 50 of his unit to Spanish River, Letter Number 94, pp. 70, 71
Campbell, Lieutenant-Colonel [ ] At Fort George, Penobscot: permission to go to England to join his new Regiment, the 62nd Fort George At Penobscot 1783, Letter Number 29, pp. 20, 21
Campbell, Lieutenant-General John "Major-General John" named Commander in Nova Scotia as of 1783/9/16, Letter Number 83, pp. 58, 59
Carleton, Sir Guy to go New York to England as of 1783/9/16 Ceres H.M.S. to take Sir Guy Carleton to England, Letter Number 82, pp. 56, 57
Carrol, Patrick Of Boston, Refugee: settled at Shelburne 1783: a poor man with good war record: provision allowance extended to, Letter Number 54, pp. 36, 37
Caswel, Sergeant Lemuel Of the II Battalion King's Rangers: former prisoner-of-war: going to Canada Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. papers for exchanged prisoners to go to Canada, Letter Number 25, pp. 18, 19
Caswel, Sergeant Lemuel provisions for, Letter Number 26, pp. 18, 19
Cater, William Of Halifax 1783, carpenter: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Cater, William Of Halifax 1783, carpenter: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Ceres H.M.S. a frigate: military funds New York to Halifax, Letter Number 79, pp. 54, 55
Ceres H.M.S. master Captain [ ] Hawkins: arrives at Halifax Hawkins, Captain [ ] Royal Navy master of the Ceres: arrives Halifax with funds from New York, Letter Number 90, pp. 66, 67
Chapman, Jason Well-recommended Refugee: he and family settle at Chester: provisions allowance forChester Refugee Jason Chapman to, Letter Number 63, pp. 40, 41
Chester in Nova Scotia: Refugees to, as of 1783, include: John Swift, John Cochran, and Samuel Taylor, Letter Number 35, pp. 22, 23
Cleary, John Of Halifax 1783, merchant: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Cleary, John Of Halifax 1783, merchant: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Cleveland, John Of Halifax 1783, trader: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Cleveland, John Of Halifax 1783, trader: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Clewley, John Of Halifax, father of Joseph Clewley: dead as of 1798, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Clewley, John Of Halifax, father of Joseph Clewley: dead as of 1798, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Clewley, Joseph Of Halifax: his house obstructs military fuel yard pg.[-17]Johnson, Roger, Letter Number 14, pp. 10, 11
Clewley, Joseph appropriation of his property, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Clewley, Joseph appropriation of his property, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Coal fire in at Halifax yard Halifax fire in military coal-yard at McDonell, Captain Alexander Of the 82nd Regiment: reports fire in coal at Spanish River fires in military coal-yard at Halifax 1783, Letter Number 67, pp. 42, 43
Coal fire in at Halifax yard Halifax fire in military coal-yard at, Letter Number 67, pp. 44, 45
Coal problems with C. Breton source, Letter Number 68, pp. 44, 45
Coal problems with C. Breton source, Letter Number 68, pp. 46, 47
Cochran, John To Chester Nova Scotia: Refugee: extension of provisions to, Letter Number 35, pp. 22, 23
Continental State [?One of the United States], Letter Number 68, pp. 44, 45
Continental State [?One of the United States], Letter Number 68, pp. 46, 47
Crawford, [ ] At Halifax, Assistant Commissary: preceded Roger Johnson: his accounts wanted, Letter Number 98, pp. 74, 75
Crawford, [ ] his accounts, Letter Number 100, pp. 76, 77
Crawford, [ ] to Britain without General Henry Fox's knowledge or permission: his accounts unavailable Johnson, Roger, Letter Number 99, pp. 76, 77
Creighton, James Of Halifax 1783, trader: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Creighton, James Of Halifax 1783, trader: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Crime among the military: wounding, arresting and beating of several soldiers 1783 at St. John, Letter Number 107, pp. 80, 81
Crime among the military: wounding, arresting and beating of several soldiers 1783 at St. John, Letter Number 107, pp. 82, 83
Crum, Nicholas Of South Carolina, Refugee: settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 22, 23
Crum, Nicholas Of South Carolina, Refugee: settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 24, 25
DeLancey, Lieutenant-Colonel Stephen General Henry Fox rejects request for fuel DeLancey, Lieutenant-Colonel Stephen of II Battalion New Jersey Volunteers Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. rejects Colonel Stephen DeLancey's request for fuel supplies, Letter Number 28, pp. 18, 19
Delight [?H.M.S.] A sloop, apparently out of Halifax: employed by the military, Letter Number 13, pp. 10, 11
Doit, [ ] Of St. John: arrested and abused by a party of soldiers, including Captain [ ] Buskirk, Letter Number 107, pp. 80, 81
Doit, [ ] Of St. John: arrested and abused by a party of soldiers, including Captain [ ] Buskirk, Letter Number 107, pp. 82, 83
Duet, Ensign [ ] Of Colonel [ ] Buskirk's regiment at St. John: with Ensign [ ] Handolf, etc.: wounds and arrests seven soldiers, Letter Number 107, pp. 80, 81
Duet, Ensign [ ] Of Colonel [ ] Buskirk's regiment at St. John: with Ensign [ ] Handolf, etc.: wounds and arrests seven soldiers, Letter Number 107, pp. 82, 83
Edwards, Captain [ ] Master of H.M.S. Narcissus Narcissus H.M.S. Captain [ ] Edwards, master, Letter Number 71, pp. 48, 49
Edwards, Captain [ ] Master of H.M.S. Narcissus, Letter Number 71, pp. 50, 51
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot 50 men of to Spanish River, Letter Number 94, pp. 70, 71
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot II Battalion of: its march Windsor to Annapolis, excellent deportment, and praise from citizenry, Letter Number 68, pp. 44, 45
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot II Battalion of: its march Windsor to Annapolis, excellent deportment, and praise from citizenry, Letter Number 68, pp. 46, 47
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot II Battalion of: to return to Windsor, there to be disbanded Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. orders II Battalion 84th Regiment to return to Windsor, Letter Number 112, pp. 84, 85
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot II Battalion of: to return to Windsor, there to be disbanded, Letter Number 112, pp. 86, 87
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot Officer Commanding II Battalion:, Letter Number 41, pp. 26, 27
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot its men wish to return to Windsor from Annapolis, Letter Number 89, pp. 64, 65
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot its men wish to return to Windsor from Annapolis, Letter Number 89, pp. 66, 67
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot plans for, Letter Number 83, pp. 58, 59
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot raised by Lieutenant-- Colonel John Small, Letter Number 68, pp. 44, 45
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot raised by Lieutenant-- Colonel John Small, Letter Number 68, pp. 46, 47
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot to Annapolis 1783, Letter Number 56, pp. 36, 37
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot to Annapolis 1783, Letter Number 56, pp. 38, 39
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot very dispersed: units of at Windsor, West Indies, Cape Breton and Newfoundland, Letter Number 113, pp. 86, 87
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot very dispersed: units of at Windsor, West Indies, Cape Breton and Newfoundland, Letter Number 113, pp. 88, 89
Eighty-second Regiment three Companies of ordered to Shelburne 1783 Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. orders troops to Shelburne 1783, Letter Number 45, pp. 28, 29
Eighty-second Regiment, Letter Number 91, pp. 68, 69
Ellis, Captain Francis Master of the mast-ship Favourite Favourite Captain Francis Ellis: takes invalided troops to England, Letter Number 46, pp. 28, 29
Fencible Americans Royal Fencible Americans, Letter Number 83, pp. 58, 59
Fifty-fourth Regiment of Foot British: to remain in Nova Scotia, Letter Number 83, pp. 58, 59
Fifty-fourth Regiment of Foot Hopewell A brigade: military supplies Halifax to Shelburne 1783, Letter Number 52, pp. 34, 35
Fifty-fourth Regiment of Foot relieves the 84th Regiment at Windsor, Letter Number 56, pp. 36, 37
Fifty-fourth Regiment of Foot relieves the 84th Regiment at Windsor, Letter Number 56, pp. 38, 39
Fifty-seventh Regiment British: to remain in Nova Scotia 1783, Letter Number 83, pp. 58, 59
Finucane, Andrew Major-General [ ] Patterson: documents to General Henry Fox p. 1
Finucane, Andrew Major-General [ ] Patterson: documents to General Henry Fox, Letter Number 1, pp. 4, 5
Finucane, Andrew military correspondence to General Henry Fox Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. asks for military correspondence between Governor J. Parr and General [ ] Patterson Lyons, Major Charles at Halifax 1783, Letter Number 53, pp. 36, 37
Fires in military coal-yard at Halifax 1783, Letter Number 67, pp. 44, 45
Flour For the Halifax command: apparently obtained in the United States 1783, Letter Number 94, pp. 68, 69
Flour For the Halifax command: apparently obtained in the United States 1783, Letter Number 94, pp. 70, 71
Flour supply of to Penobscot, Letter Number 96, pp. 72, 73
Flour supply of to Penobscot, Letter Number 96, pp. 74, 75
Fort Cumberland apparently part of R.F.A. at Fort Howe apparently some R.F.A. at, Letter Number 87, pp. 62, 63
Fort Cumberland apparently part of R.F.A. at Fort Howe apparently some R.F.A. at, Letter Number 87, pp. 64, 65
Fort Cumberland military orders to 1783, Letter Number 83, pp. 58, 59
Fort Edward, Letter Number 56, pp. 36, 37
Fort Edward, Letter Number 56, pp. 38, 39
Forty-second Regiment British: to remain in Nova Scotia 1783 Island of St. Johns military orders to, Letter Number 83, pp. 58, 59
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. a report on Lieutenant [ ] Sutherland, Paymaster, Letter Number 24, pp. 18, 19
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. and the problem of the Jagers at Shelburne Jagers Discharged from various [?Hessian] regiments: 53 of arrive at Shelburne, apparently intend temporary stay and King's Allowance, Letter Number 59, pp. 38, 39
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. at Annapolis: plans immediate visit to St. John River 1783/9/14, Letter Number 74, pp. 52, 53
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. at St. John 1783/9/16: plans to go up river, Letter Number 80, pp. 56, 57
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. detailed orders to Major [ ] Pitcarin, Letter Number 49, pp. 32, 33
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. detailed orders to Major [ ] Pitcarin, Letter Number 49, pp. 34, 35
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. disagrees with Governor J. Parr re use of troops to protect the St. Croix area, Letter Number 23, pp. 18, 19
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. has the Commander-in-Chief's support re William Shaw, Letter Number 33, pp. 20, 21
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. has the Commander-in-Chief's support re William Shaw, Letter Number 33, pp. 22, 23
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. his troops to receive 200 days batt and forage, Letter Number 81, pp. 56, 57
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. ignores William Shaw's claim to be a Provost Marshal, Letter Number 31, pp. 20, 21
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. leave granted Lieutenant [ ] Holland Holland, Lieutenant [ ] Of the 70th Regiment: six months leave of absence to Canada, Letter Number 61, pp. 40, 41
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. money needed for artificers at Halifax Hartcup, Captain Thomas At Halifax 1783: Officer Commanding the Engineers' Department, Letter Number 66, pp. 42, 43
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. money needed, Letter Number 34, pp. 22, 23
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. money needed, Letter Number 60, pp. 40, 41
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. order to pay Joseph Clewley, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. order to pay Joseph Clewley, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. orders II Battalion 84th Regiment to return to Windsor, Letter Number 112, pp. 86, 87
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. orders King's American Dragoons disbanded, Letter Number 106, pp. 80, 81
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. orders R.F.A. disbanded, Letter Number 108, pp. 82, 83
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. orders re troop movements Hamilton, Captain [ ], Letter Number 56, pp. 36, 37
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. orders re troop movements Hamilton, Captain [ ], Letter Number 56, pp. 38, 39
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. permission to Lieutenant-Colonel Campbell to go Penobscot to England, Letter Number 29, pp. 20, 21
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. permission to purchase supplies, Letter Number 39, pp. 24, 25
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. re Joseph Clewley's house, Letter Number 15, pp. 12, 13
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. re Refugee accommodations at Annapolis, Letter Number 105, pp. 80, 81
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. re storehouses at Halifax, Letter Number 102, pp. 78, 79
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. re the military's finances, Letter Number 19, pp. 14, 15
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. re troops for Port Roseway and the Commander-in-Chief [?Sir George Carleton] 1783/8/7, Letter Number 4, pp. 6, 7
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. sends invalided troops to England, Letter Number 46, pp. 28, 29
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. to officers and ex-officers: free lumber from military stores, Letter Number 72, pp. 50, 51
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. to officers and ex-officers: free lumber from military stores, Letter Number 72, pp. 52, 53
Fox, Brigadier-General Henry E. to visit military outposts, Letter Number 64, pp. 40, 41
Fox, Honourable B.G. Fox, Brigadier-General [Henry E.]Johnson, Roger at Halifax 1783, Assistant Commissary-General: re provisions at Penobscot, Letter Number 3, pp. 6, 7
Francis, Charles of Shelburne, then of Annapolis area: receives King's Allowance Hoyt, Captain Jesse suffers injurious accident: provisions allowance extended to, Letter Number 73, pp. 52, 53
Fulton, Captain James bears Edward Winslow [General Henry Fox] letter to Major D. MurrayKing's American Dragoons at St. John 1783/8/8 under Major D. Murray: that they crowd Loyalists at [West] St. John: to be moved to up-river lands Loyalists settling at St. John 1783: troops moving to make way for Morse, Captain Robert Chief Engineer: to supply King's American Dragoons settlers with tools, etc. Murray, Major Daniel [continued] O.C. the King's American Dragoons on the St. John River: to move his troops from St. John to alloted lands, Letter Number 5, pp. 6, 7
Gaff, James L. Of South Carolina, Refugee: settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 22, 23
Gaff, James L. Of South Carolina, Refugee: settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 24, 25
Gallop, Antil Of old Nova Scotia as of 1783/8/-: a Refugee ineligible for King's AllowanceLawrence, Lieutenant-Colonel Elisha retired: asks provisions allowance from the military, Letter Number 8, pp. 8, 9
Goreham, Lieutenant-Colonel [ ] Officer Commanding, King's Orange Rangers, Letter Number 84, pp. 58, 59
Goreham, Lieutenant-Colonel [ ] Officer Commanding, King's Orange Rangers, Letter Number 84, pp. 60, 61
Grant, Captain John Of Long Island: "a distinguished Loyalist" intending to settle near Shelburne: provisions extended to, Letter Number 58, pp. 38, 39
Grant, George Of Halifax 1783, merchant: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Grant, George Of Halifax 1783, merchant: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Grants of Land at Shelburne: lots granted and cleared on land reserved for Crown: orders published too late Morse, Captain Robert, Letter Number 95, pp. 72, 73
Grants of Land at Shelburne: lots granted and cleared on land reserved for Crown: orders published too lateMorse, Captain Robert, Letter Number 95, pp. 70, 71
Grants of Land to Provincial troops: up river from Maugerville and Burton, Letter Number 104, pp. 78, 79
Grants of Land to Provincial troops: up river from Maugerville and Burton, Letter Number 104, pp. 80, 81
Hair, Captain [ ] Of the Royal Artillery: apparently at Shelburne 1783, Letter Number 50, pp. 34, 35
Haldimand, General Frederick informed of St. John River settlement, etc. 1783, Letter Number 104, pp. 78, 79
Haldimand, General Frederick informed of St. John River settlement, etc. 1783, Letter Number 104, pp. 80, 81
Half Pay officers retired on: to receive no additional benefits 1783: cf.Lieutenant-Colonel E. Lawrence, Letter Number 7, pp. 8, 9
Hamilton, Captain [ ] commands recruits of the 54th and 37th Regiments to Windsor, Letter Number 55, pp. 36, 37
Handolf, Ensign [ ] Of Colonel [ ] Buskirk's regiment at St. John: with Captain [ ] Buskirk, etc.: wounds and arrests seven soldiers, Letter Number 107, pp. 80, 81
Handolf, Ensign [ ] Of Colonel [ ] Buskirk's regiment at St. John: with Captain [ ] Buskirk, etc.: wounds and arrests seven soldiers, Letter Number 107, pp. 82, 83
Harley & Drummond Contractors to the military: re a money supply for Nova Scotia military Military Administration financial difficulties, Letter Number 20, pp. 16, 17
Harley & Drummond Contractors to the military: re a money supply for Nova Scotia military, Letter Number 20, pp. 14, 15
Hazen, William Senior Commissary at Fort Howe prior to 1783, Letter Number 22, pp. 16, 17
Henry, Captain [ ] Asked on availability of a ship to carry troops to Port Roseway, Letter Number 40, pp. 24, 25
Henry, Captain [ ] Asked on availability of a ship to carry troops to Port Roseway, Letter Number 40, pp. 26, 27
Henry, Captain [ ] senior Naval Officer at Halifax 1783: re Cape Breton coal, Letter Number 68, pp. 44, 45
Henry, Captain [ ] senior Naval Officer at Halifax 1783: re Cape Breton coal, Letter Number 68, pp. 46, 47
Hewlett, Lieutenant-Colonel Richard apparently at Fort Howe 1783/10/-: re a work-party, Letter Number 109, pp. 82, 83
Hill, Charles a juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Hill, Charles a juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Holderness A transport vessel: New York to Halifax 1783/8/- with military equipment, camping gear, etc., Letter Number 96, pp. 72, 73
Holderness A transport vessel: New York to Halifax 1783/8/- with military equipment, camping gear, etc., Letter Number 96, pp. 74, 75
Howe A brigantine: military material Halifax to Windsor, etc., Letter Number 55, pp. 36, 37
Howe military gear to Annapolis, Letter Number 56, pp. 36, 37
Howe military gear to Annapolis, Letter Number 56, pp. 38, 39
Howe refloated: to Annapolis, Letter Number 94, pp. 68, 69
Howe refloated: to Annapolis, Letter Number 94, pp. 70, 71
Howe runs hard aground near Windsor, Letter Number 68, pp. 44, 45
Howe runs hard aground near Windsor, Letter Number 68, pp. 46, 47
Howe to Windsor with military baggage, Letter Number 112, pp. 84, 85
Howe to Windsor with military baggage, Letter Number 112, pp. 86, 87
Hoyt, Captain Jesse Of the Loyal Refugees: receives free supply of lumber from the military, Letter Number 72, pp. 50, 51
Hoyt, Captain Jesse Of the Loyal Refugees: receives free supply of lumber from the military, Letter Number 72, pp. 52, 53
Imports flour to New Brunswick: apparently from the United States 1783, Letter Number 94, pp. 68, 69
Imports flour to New Brunswick: apparently from the United States 1783, Letter Number 94, pp. 70, 71
Island of St. Johns Provincial regiments at: to be disbanded, Letter Number 85, pp. 60, 61
Island of St. Johns Provincial regiments at: to be disbanded, Letter Number 85, pp. 62, 63
Island of St. Johns the need for troops at, Letter Number 111, pp. 84, 85
Johnson, Roger a disagreeable report on fuel, Letter Number 68, pp. 44, 45
Johnson, Roger a disagreeable report on fuel, Letter Number 68, pp. 46, 47
Johnson, Roger his accounts wanted, Letter Number 98, pp. 74, 75
Johnson, Roger re Commissaries' pay-rates Military Administration unequal pay to Commissaries, Letter Number 22, pp. 16, 17
Johnson, Roger reception of stores, etc.: report to General Henry Fox, Letter Number 77, pp. 54, 55
Johnson, Roger, Letter Number 96, pp. 72, 73
Johnson, Roger, Letter Number 96, pp. 74, 75
Jones, Lieutenant [ ] At Penobscot 1783: Assistant Engineer Morse, Captain Robert reports on Annapolis, Letter Number 105, pp. 80, 81
King's American Dragoons on the St. John River: first corps to be settled, Letter Number 84, pp. 58, 59
King's American Dragoons on the St. John River: first corps to be settled, Letter Number 84, pp. 60, 61
King's American Dragoons to be disbanded 1783/10/10, Letter Number 106, pp. 80, 81
King's Orange Rangers Commanding Officer: Lieutenant-Colonel [ ] Bayard, Letter Number 84, pp. 58, 59
King's Orange Rangers Commanding Officer: Lieutenant-Colonel [ ] Bayard, Letter Number 84, pp. 60, 61
King's Orange Rangers here to be disbanded, Letter Number 92, pp. 68, 69
King's Rangers Sergeant L. Caswell, Sergeant J. Park, and F. Vanderboger of, Letter Number 25, pp. 18, 19
King's Rangers to be disbanded 1783, Letter Number 86, pp. 62, 63
Lambert, Lieutenant [ ] Of Colonel [ ] Buskirk's regiment at St. John: with Ensign [ ] Duet, etc.: wounds and arrests seven soldiers , Letter Number 107, pp. 80, 81
Lambert, Lieutenant [ ] Of Colonel [ ] Buskirk's regiment at St. John: with Ensign [ ] Duet, etc.: wounds and arrests seven soldiers, Letter Number 107, pp. 82, 83
Lawlor, William Of Halifax 1783, painter: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Lawlor, William Of Halifax 1783, painter: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Leslie, Captain [ ] Master of H.M.S. Torbay 1783, Letter Number 41, pp. 26, 27
Lieutenant-Colonel John Small Eighty-fourth Regiment of Foot II Battalion of: at Halifax 1783, Letter Number 41, pp. 26, 27
List of Blakley, Chamber Of South Carolina, Refugee: settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 24, 25
Little, Miss Mary Of New England, Refugee, of good family, and known to Edward Winslow:, Letter Number 43, pp. 26, 27
Lloyd, Thomas Of South Carolina, Refugee: he and family settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 22, 23
Lloyd, Thomas Of South Carolina, Refugee: he and family settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 24, 25
London A vessel: New York to Halifax 1783/8/- with military camping-gear, bedding, etc., Letter Number 96, pp. 72, 73
London A vessel: New York to Halifax 1783/8/- with military camping-gear, bedding, etc., Letter Number 96, pp. 74, 75
Loyal American Regiment Major [ ] Barclay and apparently Lieutenant-Colonel [ ] Robinson of: settling in Nova Scotia 1783, Letter Number 72, pp. 50, 51
Loyal American Regiment Major [ ] Barclay and apparently Lieutenant-Colonel [ ] Robinson of: settling in Nova Scotia 1783, Letter Number 72, pp. 52, 53
Loyal Nova Scotia Volunteers, Letter Number 84, pp. 58, 59
Loyal Nova Scotia Volunteers, Letter Number 84, pp. 60, 61
Loyalists a ship appointed to bring them to Nova Scotia, Letter Number 82, pp. 56, 57
Loyalists some to arrive in Nova Scotia late in 1783, Letter Number 101, pp. 76, 77
Loyalists some to arrive in Nova Scotia late in 1783, Letter Number 101, pp. 78, 79
Lum, Thomas Of South Carolina, Refugee: settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 22, 23
Lum, Thomas Of South Carolina, Refugee: settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 24, 25
Lyons, Major Charles news to Brigadier-General Henry Fox re Governor J. Parr, Sir George Carleton, etc., Letter Number 82, pp. 56, 57
Lyons, Major Charles praise of Lieutenant-Colonel J. Small, Letter Number 68, pp. 44, 45
Lyons, Major Charles praise of Lieutenant-Colonel J. Small, Letter Number 68, pp. 46, 47
Lyons, Major Charles to Brigadier-General Henry Fox re dispatches from New York, etc., Letter Number 70, pp. 48, 49
Mark, Lawrence Of South Carolina, Refugee: settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 22, 23
Mark, Lawrence Of South Carolina, Refugee: settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 24, 25
Maugerville settlement of Provincial regiments begins here and at Burton, Letter Number 104, pp. 78, 79
Maugerville settlement of Provincial regiments begins here and at Burton, Letter Number 104, pp. 80, 81
McDonell, Captain Alexander Of the 82nd Regiment: reports fire in coal at Spanish River, Letter Number 67, pp. 44, 45
McLaine, Captain Murdoch Apparently at Annapolis 1783: re use of II Battalion 84th Regiment, Letter Number 83, pp. 58, 59
McLaine, Captain Murdoch Officer Commanding the [II Battalion] 84th Regiment: his wish it might leave Annapolis for Windsor, Letter Number 89, pp. 64, 65
McLaine, Captain Murdoch Officer Commanding the [II Battalion] 84th Regiment: his wish it might leave Annapolis for Windsor, Letter Number 89, pp. 66, 67
McLaine, Captain Murdoch his Battalion to return to Windsor, there to be disbanded, Letter Number 112, pp. 84, 85
McLaine, Captain Murdoch his Battalion to return to Windsor, there to be disbanded, Letter Number 112, pp. 86, 87
Melton, John Of South Carolina, Refugee: settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 22, 23
Melton, John Of South Carolina, Refugee: settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 24, 25
Merrick, John Of Halifax 1783, trader: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Merrick, John Of Halifax 1783, trader: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Military Administration Commissary of Prisoners: office abolished for Nova Scotia 1783, Letter Number 11, pp. 10, 11
Military Administration Deputy Mustermaster-General: office abolished for Nova Scotia 1783, Letter Number 12, pp. 10, 11
Military Administration Nova Scotia accounts left long unsettled, Letter Number 98, pp. 74, 75
Military Administration apparently cost-cutting measures 1783, Letter Number 110, pp. 82, 83
Military Administration appropriation of John Clewley's property, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Military Administration appropriation of John Clewley's property, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Military Administration financial difficulties, Letter Number 20, pp. 14, 15
Military Administration free material to various off- icers, etc., Letter Number 72, pp. 52, 53
Military Administration free material to various officers, etc., Letter Number 72, pp. 50, 51
Military Administration men of II Battalion 84th Regiment apparently allowed to occupy quarters after disbandment Military Administration troops disbanded at bad time of year, Letter Number 113, pp. 86, 87
Military Administration men of II Battalion 84th Regiment apparently allowed to occupy quarters after disbandment Military Administration troops disbanded at bad time of year, Letter Number 113, pp. 88, 89
Military Administration military establishment of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland 1783: its composition, Letter Number 83, pp. 58, 59
Military Administration military funds New York to Nova Scotia, Letter Number 97, pp. 74, 75
Military Administration re reinforcement of detachment at Spanish River: re coal mines at, Letter Number 68, pp. 44, 45
Military Administration re reinforcement of detachment at Spanish River: re coal mines at, Letter Number 68, pp. 46, 47
Military Administration state of financial affairs, Nova Scotia 1783, Letter Number 18, pp. 12, 13
Millet, William Junior Of Halifax 1783, auctioneer: juror [?Killo], Robert Of Halifax 1783, merchant: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 30, 31
Millet, William Junior Of Halifax 1783, auctioneer: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
Mires, Andrew Myres, Andrew Myres, Andrew - "Mires" of S. Carolina, Refugee: settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 22, 23
Mires, Andrew Myres, Andrew Myres, Andrew - "Mires" of S. Carolina, Refugee: settled at Ship Harbour, Letter Number 36, pp. 24, 25
Munro, Captain [ ] - Going Halifax to Canada 1783, Letter Number 68, pp. 44, 45
Munro, Captain [ ] - Going Halifax to Canada 1783, Letter Number 68, pp. 46, 47
Murray, Captain [ ] - Master of the frigate Vestal, Letter Number 68, pp. 44, 45
Murray, Captain [ ] - Master of the frigate Vestal, Letter Number 68, pp. 46, 47
Murray, Hon. Captain Alexander - Off II Batt'n 84th Reg't: to England on leave, Letter Number 41, pp. 26, 27
Murray, Hon. Captain Alexander has care of 100 invalided soldiers on way to England, Letter Number 46, pp. 28, 29
Murray, Major Daniel [continued] to disband the King's American Dragoons, Letter Number 106, pp. 80, 81
Narcissus H.M.S. Captain [ ] Edwards, master, Letter Number 71, pp. 50, 51
Nelson, William - Refugee to Nova Scotia: extension of King's Allowance to, Letter Number 43, pp. 26, 27
No. 18 Military Administration state of financial affairs, Nova Scotia 1783
Provisions allowance extended Loyal American Regiment William Nelson, formerly of Nelson, William apparently formerly of the L.A.R.: good war-record, Letter Number 43, pp. 26, 27
[?Killo], Robert Of Halifax 1783, merchant: juror, Letter Number 48, pp. 32, 33
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