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The Claim of the United States of America to the Magaguadavic as the Saint Croix Boundary stated by their agent James Sullivan, 1797

Date:1797-01-01
Subjects: Alexander, Sir William his land-grant 1621 p. 3
0de la Tour, Charles buys Sir William Alexander's Nova Scotia 1630 p. 32
Acadia p. 105
Acadia p. 95
Acadia de Sainct Estienne, Sir Claude Lord of la Tour and Navarre and father of Charles de la Tour: re Sir William Alexander de la Tour, Charles called Charles de Sainet Estienne q.v. p. 34
Acadia granting ofMaine granting of Massachusetts made one Province p. 92
Acadia p. 30
Acadia part of Massachusetts p. 133
Acadia re its extent p. 31
Acadia re its name p. 106
Acadia re treaties of Breda and Ryswick qq.v. p. 174
Acadia restored to the French p.65 p. 64
Acadia surrender of 1632 p. 44
Acadia taken under Oliver Cromwell p. 59
Acadia treaty of Utrecht: restores it to Britain p. 132
Adams Israel Jones of 1764 p. 238
Adams, Governer Samuel Of Massachusetts: Government and Commander-in-Chief 1796 p. 248
Adams, Governer Samuel [?he] p. 250
Adams, John claims St. John River is the Boundary p. 218
Adams, John p. 219
Adams, John testimony re the Boundary question p.209 p. 207
Albee, John Of Massachusetts: warns Loyalists they are wrongfully settled at St. Andrews: cf. John Allan p. 261
Alexander, Sir William p. 170
Alexander, Sir William Charles I [?he] re Massachusetts Charter p. 82
Alexander, Sir William Commissioners VII fix on St. Croix as the Boundary p. 162
Alexander, Sir William Cromwell, [Oliver] Crowne, William his petition to the Lords of Trade p. 68
Alexander, Sir William Lord Stirling re ownership of St. Croix-Pemaquid land p. 81
Alexander, Sir William claim he makes no settlement in Nova Scotia p.32 p. 31
Alexander, Sir William his grant said void 1632 p. 161
Alexander, Sir William his land-grant: said not based on accurate maps p.216 p. 215
Alexander, Sir William his sale of part of Nova Scotia to Charles de LaTour p. 40
Alexander, Sir William his titles and sales of Nova Scotia lands p.35 p. 33
Alexander, Sir William lands he parts with not just what he received p. 60
Alexander, Sir William qualifications of his land sale to Charles de LaTour p.44 p. 42
Alexander, Sir William sells lands to Charles de LaTour 163 p. 32
Alexander, Sir Williamde la Tour, Charles p. 67
Allan, Colonel John Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Massachusetts: his 1783 letters re Loyalists' settling at St. Andrews p.259 p. 258
Allen, [ ] On J. Mitchell's Passamaquoddy survey 1764: helper p. 242
Allen, [ ] On Passamaquoddy survey of J. Mitchell 1764 p. 242
Amariscoggin River [?Androscoggin] Tributary of the Kennebec, entering it from the west near the mouth: J. Mitchell's map p.207 p. 206
Anguish, George Witness [illiterate] to the sale of Charles de La Tour's part of Nova Scotia p. 40
Anthony Indian, aged 23 [1796]: supports Captain N. Awawas q.v. p. 252
Appleton, John of Massachusetts, Assembly Member: re Pemaquid fort p. 131
Arlington, Lord And Charles II p. 64
Armstrong, William Of the military: seeks land between Nova Scotia and Maine p. 134
Ashwood, John A Commissioner of New England q.v. p. 51
Avery, John [I] Secretary to [?Governor Samuel Adams of] Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1796 Jordan, Rishworth p. 248
Awawas, Captain Nicholas aged 67 [1796]: his testimony re the Passamaquoddy: says Magaguadavic is the St. Croix p.256 p. 252
Bacon, Edward Among the Lords of Trade 1763: re Mt. Desert Island p. 158
Baie Francoise Early name for the Bay of Fundy p. 194
Ball, Samuel On Passamaquoddy survey of J. Mitchell 1764 p. 241
Baptiste, John a white man: interpreter Indian-English at Passamaquoddy 1796/10/7 p. 253
Barret, Samuel James Boyd testimony 1790 p. 240
Barret, Samuel Of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, Justice of the Peace: John Mitchell's testimony p. 230
Bay Francoise Baie Francoise p. 184
Bay of Fundy called Baie Francoise p. 194
Beauchamp, John Penobscot lands granted toDeMonts, [ ] his land-grants p. 119
Bellamont, Earl of Belmont, Earl of p. 121
Belmont, Earl of "Bellamont" p. 121
Bernard, Governor Francis Boundary Question Magaguadavic p. 210
Bernard, Governor Francis and land between St. Croix and Kennebec p. 159
Bernard, Governor Francis condemns the land-claim of [ ] Stirling, [ ] Lee, and [ ] Trumble p. 63
Bernard, Governor Francis gives J. Mitchell map of Passamaquoddy p.223 p. 222
Bernard, Governor Francis his instructions to J. Mitchell: originals lost p. 232
Bernard, Governor Francis his instructions to surveyor J. Mitchell 1764 p.228 p. 223
Bernard, Governor Francis his large land-grant on Passamaquoddy 1765 p. 160
Bernard, Governor Francis p. 133
Bernard, Governor Francis re Mount Desert Island p. 156
Bernard, Governor Francis said to have accepted the Cobscook [the Little St. Croix] as Boundary p. 266
Board of Trade and Plantations Said ill informed re Massachusetts, etc.Kennebec eastern limit of Massachusetts p. 117
Boundary Question Magaguadavic Captain C. Southack's map p.198 p. 196
Boundary Question Magaguadavic J. Mitchell's survey concerning p.228 p. 223
Boundary Question Magaguadavic J. Sullivan p. 188
Boundary Question Magaguadavic St. Croix and J. Sullivan's arguments p. 161
Boundary Question Magaguadavic and J. Mitchell's map p. 251
Boundary Question Magaguadavic implied p. 216
Boundary Question Magaguadavic p.223 p. 222
Boundary question p. 124
Boundary question Britain and United States 1783: claims and counter-claims: from the St. John to the Piscataqua p. 208
Boundary question Commissioners 1782 at Paris use J. Mitchell's map p. 206
Boundary question Commissioners X of 1783: ignore implications of Sir William Alexander's grant p. 85
Boundary question St. Croix is the Boundary p. 191
Boundary question William Alexander's transfer of land to Charles de LaTour differs from that of James I to William Alexander p. 60
Boundary question and Governor F. Bernard: Massachusetts and Nova Scotia border p. 241
Boundary question and Loyalists at St. Andrews p. 258
Boundary question and Parliament 1775 p.187 p. 184
Boundary question and historical arguments p. 70
Boundary question and land east of Mt. Desert Island p. 156
Boundary question and the Penobscot p. 213
Boundary question and treaty of Utrecht q.v.French claim land Kennebec-St. Croix p. 123
Boundary question apparently the British case: it is only which river is understood as the St. Croix at the Peace of 1783 that is important p.216 p. 215
Boundary question as answered by J. Sullivan: Peace Treaty of 1783 p.101 p. 98
Boundary question boundaries of the United States of New England: claimed by J. Sullivan and others p.101 p. 98
Boundary question boundary of eastern Massachusetts is the Boundary p. 216
Boundary question p. 121
Boundary question p.115 p. 113
Boundary question p.252 p. 251
Boundary question prospect of a new state or province between St. Croix and Kennebec p. 135
Boundary question recital of United States claims p. 11
Boundary question recital of the British claim p. 13
Boundary question summary of J. Sullivan's arguments from Part I of his presentation p.86 p. 71
Boundary question territory between Nova Scotia and Maine [St. Croix-Kennebec] p. 102
Boundary question testimony on: United States President [John Adams] p.209 p. 207
Boundary question the Crown and lands west of St. Croix and from the Atlantic to the St. Lawrence: also re Quebec p. 152
Boundary question the Penobscot as Boundary p. 221
Bowdoin, James "Governor" re the St. Croix p. 249
Boyd, James Asks Israel Jones' deposition re J. Mitchell's Passamaquoddy survey 1790 p. 240
Boyd, [ ] Of L'Atereel 1764: goes as guide with J. Mitchell's survey party p. 242
Bradbury, Joseph With J. Mitchell's Passamaquoddy survey party 1764 p. 230
Bradbury, Joseph his testimony p.246 p. 241
Bradbury, Joseph of York, Massachusetts p. 241
Bradford, William A Commissioner of New England q.v. p. 51
Bradstreet, Governor Simon A Commissioner of New England q.v. p. 51
Brattle, Edward Of Massachusetts 1702, Assembly Member: re Pemaquid fort p. 131
Brattle, General [ ] re the St. Croix p. 249
Breda, treaty of 1667 1.16/2 and return of Acadia to the French p. 64
Breda, treaty of 1667 Castine, Baron Arrives and settles on the Penobscot p.66 p. 65
Breda, treaty of 1667 p. 156
Breda, treaty of 1667 p. 58
Brown, John A Commissioner of New England q.v. p. 51
Burnet, Governor [ ] Of Massachusetts p. 133
Byfield, Nathaniel Of Massachusetts 1702: apparently Clerk to the Assembly p. 131
Cambridge p. 130
Canada Company Charles de LaTour has his Nova Scotia land from p. 51
Canada River a boundary of Massachusetts p. 112
Canada land south of the St. Lawrence is a part of 1764 p. 154
Cansecau CansoCanso Charles D'Aulney's grant extends to p. 107
Cape Fourchu and Charles de LaTour tract p. 35
Cape Malebar On the New England coast p. 94
Carrying-places around the falls on the Magaguadavic p. 244
Carrying-places on the Scoodic p. 255
Casco Bay war destroys settlements near 1670'sDongan, [ ] A Deputy-Governor in the Duke of York's Territory 1676 Indian War coast of Maine 1670s Maine [Indian War 1670s destroys set- tlements in] p. 171
Castine named after the Baron p. 66
Catahouche A name for the Apalachicola q.v. p. 99
Cataraquy Cateraqui p. 98
Champdore, [ ] re [ ] DeMonts and St. Croix Island p. 165
Charles I his grant to Sir H. Roswell, Sir George Young, Sir R. Saltonstall, etc: Massachusetts Bay Colony p. 90
Charles II Considers Oliver Cromwell's North American land-grants invalid p. 61
Charles II grants large tract to brother James, Duke of York I p. 62
Charles River Boundary of a grant by Charles I p. 90
Chester In Hillsborough County, New Hampshire: surveyor John Mitchell of p. 229
Chipman, Ward [re the Boundary ques- tion: statement of the British claim] pg.[-182]Commissioners VII re the Scoodic as the St. Croix Indian Place-names Magaguadavic p. 181
Chiputneticoot the north branch of the Scoodic p. 255
Churches French build on the Kennebec p. 121
Churchill, [ ] His History: quoted re [ ] DeMonts and S. de Champlain, etc. p.166 p. 165
Cobscook called Little St. Croix: the Boundary p. 266
Cobscook called St. CroixDuke of York's Territory See York, Duke of I p. 263
Cobscook re the Boundary question p. 187
Commissioners 1783 adhere to J. Mitchell's map and Massachusetts Charter p. 210
Commissioners III appointed 1794/11/19 to decide which is St. Croix as understood in the Peace Treaty [1783/9/3] at Paris: appointed under Article 5 of Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation [1794/11/19]: in session at Boston 1797/8/14-17 p. 10
Commissioners III session at St. Andrews 1796/10/6 p. 11
Commissioners IX Of 1782: British and United States re the Boundary question p.5 p. 4
Commissioners IX at Paris: used J. Mitchell's map re the Boundary p. 206
Commissioners VII at Paris 1750: apparently re the fort at Pemaquid, etc. p. 122
Commissioners VII p. 167
Commissioners VII re map used by p. 199
Commissioners VIII of 1770: General [ ] Brattle, Governor [ ] Bowdoin and [ ] Hubbard: to determine which is St. Croix: and their report p.250 p. 249
Commissioners X claims made by British and United States agents: a bargaining session p. 208
Commissioners X re Boundary question: use J. Mitchell's map p. 207
Commissioners XI Appointed 1784 by the Governor of Massachusetts: to enquire into alleged Loyalist encroachment at St. Andrews: Benjamin Lincoln, Henry Knox and George Partridge p.271 p. 269
Commissioners of New England William Bradford, John Endicott, S. Broadstreet, J. Brown, E. Hopkins, R. Ludlow, T. Eaton and J. Ashwood: re Charles de la Tour 1645/7/18 pg.51 p. 50
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Title assumed 1780/10/25 p. 96
Commonwealth of Massachusetts united with other New England States p. 97
Company of New France Its land-grant to Charles de la Tour p. 54
Connecticut River part of the Boundary p. 98
Connecticut as a boundary p. 110
Connecticut part of a union p. 97
Cromwell, [Oliver] and [ ] Sedgwick: re the taking of Acadia p. 58
Cromwell, [Oliver] grants Acadia to Charles de la Tour, Thomas Temple and William Crowne p. 59
Crosses their use by the French, especially at river mouths p.255 p. 253
Crowne, William Grantee of a section of Acadia p. 59
D'Aulney, Charles [de Charnisay] Governor of Pentagoet p. 56
D'Aulney, Charles [de Charnisay] In contention with Charles de la Tour p. 50
D'Aulney, Charles [de Charnisay] and the Etchemins p.107 p. 106
D'Aulney, Charles [de Charnisay] his commission and land-grant p.56 p. 55
D'Aulney, Charles [de Charnisay] versus Charles de la Tour p.58 p. 56
De la Tour, Charles a grantee of part of Acadia under Oliver Cromwell p. 59
De la Tour, Charles and James I: made Baronet of Nova Scotia but not a British subject p.46 p. 45
De la Tour, Charles extent of his Nova Scotia property p.36 p. 35
De la Tour, Charles extent of his rights and privileges in Nova Scotia p.42 p. 36
De la Tour, Charles grants from the King of France p. 45
De la Tour, Charles vassal of the Kings of Scotland p. 38
De la Tour, Charles versus Charles D'Aulney p.58 p. 56
DeBourge, Compte And the return of Acadia to the French p. 64
DeMonts, [ ] Island of St. Croix Modern Dochet's Island p. 53
DeMonts, [ ] his charter from Henri VII p. 106
DeMonts, [ ] in disfavour p. 167
DeMonts, [ ] names the St. Croix p. 164
DeMonts, [ ] plants grain on St. Croix Island p. 165
DeMonts, [ ] re his charter 1603 p. 31
DeWainter, Thomas [Of London] 1630, Notary Public: re the sale of Nova Scotia lands to Charles de la Tour p. 41
Deleware part of a union p. 97
Demetricus, Carolus [Of London] 1630, Notary Public: re the sale of Nova Scotia lands to Charles de la Tour p. 41
Desbarres, [Joseph F.] D.C.B. DesBarres his map of Passamaquoddy, etc. 1789: first accurate one p. 195
Desbarres, [Joseph F.] D.C.B. DesBarres his map: Scoodic is the St. CroixJones, John His map of the Scoodic and its lakes [Chiputnetic- oots] Maps J. Desbarres' of the St. Croix, etc. and that of John Jones p. 203
Devil's Head a landmark p. 192
Dexter, Dr. Aaron his report re the Boundary question p. 260
Digdeguash River Indians' identification of Indian Place-names Scoodic p. 253
Disney, William On J. Mitchell's survey party in Passamaquoddy 1764 p. 241
Douglas, Dr. [ ] historian: re Charles de la Tour p. 56
Dudley, Governor Joseph Of Massachusetts: re rebuilding fort at Pemaquid 1702-05 p. 127
Dummer, [ ] Agent for Massachusetts: re land between Nova Scotia and Kennebec p.135 p. 134
Dunbar, David re the limits of Massachusetts territory p. 136
Duncan, Abraham With J. Mitchell's Passamaquoddy survey party 1764 p. 230
East Florida and the Boundary p. 100
Eaton, Theophilus A Commissioner of New England q.v. p. 51
Endicott, Governor John Re the conveyance of Nova Scotia lands to Charles de la Tour p. 42
Endicott, Governor John a Commissioner of New England q.v. p. 51
Etchemins And Charles D'Aulney's land-grant James I p. 55
Fletcher, Captain Thomas an interpreter of Indian p. 234
Fletcher, Captain Thomas at Pemaquid 1764: to go on J. Mitchell's Passamaquoddy survey p. 224
Fort Pownall apparently on the Penobscot p. 226
Forts Fort Pownal p. 226
Forts one on Muttanagwamis p. 254
Forts re Pemaquid p.131 p. 122
Forts the Baron de Castine's p. 66
Fouricheu Cape Fourchu p. 35
French at Magaguadavic, St. Andrews p.255 p. 254
French build church on the Kennebec p. 121
French in Passamaquoddy: death of their settlement there Indian Place-names Scoodic p. 255
French land-claims on New England coast p. 119
French limits of their territory on eastern seaboard p. 122
French re their claim to Nova Scotia, etc. Nemours, [ ] - Appar. a member of a Commission p. 30
French their practice of raising a cross at river-mouths p.216 p. 215
Gabriel An Indian, aged 21 [1796]: supports Captain N. Awawas q.v. p. 252
Gates, Sir Thomas Granted huge tract in 1606: modern Southern United States p. 22
George I his charter to Massachusetts 1726 p. 133
George River St. George's River p.207 p. 206
George's River Probably St. George's River: also called Muscongus p. 60
Georgia part of a union p. 97
Gilbert, Captain [ ] From Plymouth, England: to New England 1602 p. 24
Gilbert, Captain [ ] [apparently "Rawleigh Gilbert": confusion here] his New England land-grant 1606 p. 23
Gorges, Sir Ferdinando "Ferdinand" made Governor of New England 1635 p. 168
Gorges, Sir Ferdinando Takes out charter for Province of Maine 1639 p. 81
Gorham, John Of Massachusetts 1702: Assembly member: re Pemaquid fort p. 131
Gosnold, Captain [ ] With Captain [ ] Gilbert: from Plymouth, England, to Virginia 1602 p. 24
Gosnold, Captain [ ] in Nova Scotia 1603 p. 25
Grants of Land records of destroyed p. 120
Great Mannana Island On Captain C. Southack's map p.197 p. 196
Grimes, Richard Witness to the sale of Charles de LaTour's share of Nova Scotia p. 40
Hakluyt, Richard Granted large tract 1606 in modern United States South p. 22
Halifax, Earl of And Nova Scotia 1739 p. 31
Hanam, Sir Thomas His land-grant in New England 1606 p. 23
Hathorne, John Of Massachusetts 1702, Assembly Member: re Pemaquid fort p. 131
Hazzard, [ ] Refers to his records p. 23
Henri IV his 1603 Charter to [ ] DeMonts p. 106
Hillsborough County In New Hampshire: re John Mitchell p. 229
Hillsborough, Lord Re land rights, south side of the St. Lawrence 1764 p. 153
Hopkins, Edward A Commissioner of New England q.v. p. 51
Hubbard, [ ] [?he] and the St. Croix p. 249
Hubbard, [ ] his History 1680: re land ownership on Maine coast p. 81
Hutchinson, Governor Thomas p. 126
Hutchinson, Governor Thomas as historian: refers to Lennox, Duke of And a New England colony 1620 p. 24
Hutchinson, Governor Thomas on grant to Charles de LaTour p. 45
Hutchinson, Governor Thomas quoted on Massachusetts territorial claims, etc. p.112 p. 109
Hutchinson, Governor Thomas quoted re the St. Croix p. 121
Indian Deeds Penobscot lands granted under p. 119
Indian Place-names Muttanagwis and Muttanagwamis Muttanagwamis - A large island near Devil's head p. 254
Indians of Acadia: said pro-French p. 109
Indians of Machias and Passamaquoddy: say Magaguadavic is the St. Croix: listed p.256 p. 252
Indians say Magaguadavic is the St. Croix p. 230
Indians their raids in Maine p. 143
Indians those in Maine p. 109
Iroquois River The river Iroguois or Cataraquy p. 98
Jackson, [probably Richard Jackson] With Jasper Mauduit: re land St. Croix-Penobscot, etc. 1764 p. 151
James I Lake, Sir Babye "Bybie" and settlement on land between Nova Scotia and Maine 1714 p. 143
James I and Charles de LaTour p.46 p. 45
James I and Massachusetts Charter p.83 p. 82
James I grant to Thomas Gates, etc.: the modern United States South p.24 p. 22
James I grants to the New England Company and Sir Henry Roswell p. 80
James I his grant to Sir William Alexander Kennebec "Sagadahoc" as a boundary p. 3
James II p. 62
James, Peter Witness to the sale of Charles de LaTour's part of Nova Scotia p. 40
Jay, John re the Boundary question p. 213
Jeffery, [ ] his map of Passamaquoddy, etc.: the Scoodic is the Little St. CroixLittle St. Croix On [ ] Jeffery's Map: the Scoodic Maps [ ] Jeffrey's of Passamaquoddy, etc. Maps re Scoodic and St. Croix p. 202
Joggins boundary of Charles de LaTour land p. 35
Jones, Israel 1764 p. 230
Jones, Israel of Adams, Massachusetts: testimony: St. Croix is Magaguadavic, etc. p.240 p. 238
Jones, Israel p. 234
Jones, Israel p. 241
Jones, John [?he, but perhaps Israel Jones] with John Mitchell on Passamaquoddy survey p. 223
Jones, Nathan "Captain" p.244 p. 242
Jones, Nathan "Colonel" p. 238
Jones, Nathan commands troops on survey p. 234
Jones, Nathan heads John Mitchell's Passamaquoddy survey party p. 224
Jones, Nathan p. 241
Jordan, Rishworth judge of the Court of Common Pleas York County, Massachusetts, 1796: Joseph Bradbury's oath p. 247
Jugogon [?]Joggins, Jebogue qq.v. p. 35
Keith, Israel Israel Jones' testimony p. 240
Keith, Israel of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, Justice of the Peace: John Mitchell's testimony p. 230
Kennebec British claim as Boundary p. 208
Kennebec French church on p. 121
Kennebec a boundary of MaineMaine its extent and boundaries p. 101
Kennebec a limit of the Duke of York's Territory p. 63
Kennebec and land east of p. 148
Kennebec formerly: the Sagadahoc p. 18
Kennebec here to St. Lawrence: English claim is part of Acadia p.124 p. 123
Kennebec lands on: to Massachusetts 1629 p. 118
Kennebec p. 66
Kennebec prospect of new state adjoining Maine p. 135
Kennebec re land north of p. 152
Kennebec re land west of p. 133
Kennebec western limit of French land-claims p. 120
Knox, Major-General Henry Massachusetts Commission member 1784: alleges Loyalist encroachments at St. Andrews p. 269
L'Atereel "L'atterele" Island in Passamaquoddy: John Mitchell meets large company of Indians on 1764 p. 234
L'Atereel John Mitchell's party camps on: "a small island" L'Atereel [ ] Boyd of 1764 p. 242
L'Escarbot, Marc his History p. 31
L'Omeroy Earlier name for Port [de] LaTourLaHave its port and cape p. 36
L'atterele L'Atereel p. 234
LaHave lands at granted to Charles de LaTour p. 45
Lake Ontario Boundary passes through p. 98
Lake Winnesipesoga Source of the Merrimack River p. 172
Law of Nations p. 141
LeHave LaHave p. 36
Lee, [ ] I With [ ] Stirling and [ ] Trumble: asks land St. Croix to Penobscot p. 63
Lennox, Duke of re Pemaquid-- St. Croix land p. 81
Letete John Mitchell to p. 243
Letete the harbour: re location of the St. Croix [Magaguadavic] p. 235
Leverett, John Penboscot lands granted to p. 119
Lincoln, Benjamin Massachusetts Commission member 1784: alleged Loyalist encroachments at St. Andrews p. 269
Little St. Croix Charles Morris: it is the Cobscook: Governor F. Bernard said to have accepted it as the Boundary p. 266
Little St. John's A locality on the course of J. Mitchell's Magaguadavic survey: is on salt marshes p. 245
Louis XIII His commission to Charles D'Aulney p. 55
Louis, Thomas Indian, aged 28 [1796]: supports Captain N. Awawas q.v. p. 252
Loyalists said mistakenly took possession of lands west of the true St. Croix [Magaguadavic], especially those at St. Andrews p.261 p. 258
Ludlow, Richard A Commissioner of New England q.v. p. 51
Machias Indians at p. 109
Machias River on Captain C. Southack's map p.197 p. 196
Machias River on J. Mitchell's map p.207 p. 206
Madanwamkee River Mattawamkeag [?spelling?] p. 226
Magaguadavic it and its falls described p. 193
Magaguadavic on Captain C. Southack's map p. 196
Magaguadavic regarded as the St. Croix p. 230
Magaguadavic that it is the St. Croix, as intended in the 1782 British-United States peace conference p. 4
Maine Province of: Sir F. Gorges takes out Charter for Mason, Captain John [?he] "Mason" grantee of New Hampshire p. 81
Maine part of Massachusetts p. 117
Maine re a new province between St. Croix and Kennebec p. 159
Mansfield, James On J. Mitchell's Passamaquoddy survey 1764 p. 241
Maps Governor F. Bernard's of the St. Croix-- Magaguadavic: defective p. 231
Maps J. Desbarres' 1789: first accurate one of Passamaquoddy, etc. p. 195
Maps J. Mitchell's used by Commissioners 1783 p. 207
Maps James I grant not based on p.216 p. 215
Maps and the Boundary p. 220
Maps of Passamaquoddy and rivers into p. 195
Maps of Passamaquoddy: to J. Mitchell p.223 p. 222
Maps used by Commissioners at Paris 1750 p. 199
Maps vagueness of J. Mitchell's p.213 p. 212
Maryland part of a union p. 97
Massachusetts Charles I grant of land on Merrimac River Boundary of grant by Charles I p. 90
Massachusetts Governor [ ] Earl of Bellamont p. 121
Massachusetts Plymouth Colony becomes part of Massachusetts lands added to p. 118
Massachusetts Province of: its extent p. 89
Massachusetts State of: becomes independent p. 96
Massachusetts also called Massachusetts Bay Colony: its land-claims p. 4
Massachusetts and Loyalists settling at St. Andrews p. 258
Massachusetts appropriates lands east of Maine 1716/6/16 p. 174
Massachusetts eastern limits of p. 117
Massachusetts granted to Sir Henry Roswell p. 80
Massachusetts its Charter p. 82
Massachusetts its Governors: partial list of p. 133
Massachusetts its boundaries and Parliament p.187 p. 184
Massachusetts its extent described p. 93
Massachusetts its several parts listed 1726: George I Charter p. 133
Massachusetts land north of: see Quebec p. 116
Massachusetts opposes a new province east of Kennebec p. 160
Massachusetts p. 103
Massachusetts re the Boundary question p. 114
Massachusetts takes possession of Acadia p. 174
Mattawamkeag River "Madanwamkee" tributary of the Penobscot: a portage from to the St. Croix p. 226
Mauduit, Jasper re lands granted St. Croix-Kennebec area: letter quoted 1764/6/9 p.155 p. 150
Maynall, Josh Of London 1630: Notary and Tabellion Royal p. 33
McEwen, Captain [ ] "McKown" with [ ] Nichols [?Nicoll] at Scoodic Falls fishing 1764: discovered there by J. Mitchell's party p. 243
McEwen, Captain [ ] ship owner: takes J. Mitchell's party Scoodic to Boston p. 246
McKown, Captain [ ] McEwen, Captain [ ] p. 243
Mechisses River Machias River p.197 p. 196
Merrimac River also called Monomack: a boundary river p. 93
Military Expeditions against Port Royal 1710: Captain C. Southack p. 196
Mirliguesche Near LaHavre p. 36
Mississippi part of the Boundary p. 99
Mitchell, John I his instructions to survey Passamaquoddy and its rivers: very detailed p.238 p. 223
Mitchell, John I his party on the Scoodic p. 243
Mitchell, John I his testimony re Passamaquoddy survey p.237 p. 234
Mitchell, John I of Chester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire 1764 p. 229
Mitchell, John I p. 233
Monomack Merrimack p. 93
Morris, Charles Jr. [continued] his 1789 report: re Cobscook as St. Croix and Loyalists' rights at St. Andrews p.267 p. 262
Morris, Charles said to be in error p. 265
Mount Desert Island - Granted to Governer F. Bernard 1762 p. 156
Mount Desert Island Lords of Trade hesitate re grant of p. 158
Muscongus - On J. Mitchell's map: a small river between St. George's River q.v. and the Kennebec p.207 p. 206
Muttanagwis - A small island near Devil's Head p. 254
Nelson, [ ] - Made Governor of Nova Scotia 1691 p. 110
[?Kirk], Sir Luis p. 106
[Fort Castine] On the Penobscot p. 66
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Subjects: Commissioners XI Appointed 1784 by the Governor of Massachusetts: to enquire into alleged Loyalist encroachment at St. Andrews: Benjamin Lincoln, Henry Knox and George Partridge p.271 p. 269
Knox, Major-General Henry Massachusetts Commission member 1784: alleges Loyalist encroachments at St. Andrews p. 269
Lincoln, Benjamin Massachusetts Commission member 1784: alleged Loyalist encroachments at St. Andrews p. 269
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