A collation of Egmont’s yearly indices.
Abott, Will., appointed to Succeed John Brooks, 1st Constable at Frederica in case of death or mortality, 113.
a wood cutter.
Abercorn, Earl of, thanks return’d him for his benefaction, 21.
Abercorn Settlement abandon’d, Mr. Jo. Wesley’s Acct. of it in Septbr. 1737, 307.
Abercromby, [James], Esq., Atturney Genl. of S. Carolina, doubts whither by the late Act for allowing Rice to be exported from Carolina without calling at England, Georgia has a right to the benefit of it, 120.
Standing Counsel to the Trustees; instructions given him for forwarding letters from Georgia to England, 373.
Accompts., the Yearly Accts. of the Trustees to 9 June 1733 Laid before the Ld. Chancellor & Ld. Ch. justice, 29.
Acct. of Receipts and disbursments from 9 June 1733 to 21 March 1733-4 laid before the Trustees at their anniversary meeting, 47.
The Yearly Accts. of Receipts and Disbursments to 9 June 1734 laid before the Trustees, 56.
Abstract of the whole years Accts. of Receipts and Disbursments ending 9 June 1735, 88–92.
Report made of disbursments in Georgia from 30 Jany. 1732 to 30 Jany. 1734, 118.
Report made of Receipts and disbursments from 9 June 1734 to 5 May 1735, 105.
Report of the Genl. Acct. of Receipts and disbursments from 9 June 1734 to 9 June 1735 approved and order’d to be laid before the Ld. Chancellor, Master of the Rolls, &c, 118.
Order for printing 250 Copies, 122.
Report of Receipts and disbursments from 9 June 1735 to 18 March 1735-6, 142.
Abstract of the 4th years Acct. of Receipts and disbursements from 9 June 1735 to 9 June 1736, 162–66.
Accompt of the years Receipts & disbursmts. endg. 9 June 1737, 279–82.
Accompt of the years Receipts and Disbursments endg. 9 June 1738, 375–79.
Addison, Edwd., miller, appointed 3d Bailif of Frederica, 110.
Advertisement, order’d against a Man who made use of the Trustees name to kidnap people, 45.
Aglionby, Will., of Westminster, Grant made him of 100 acres, 157.
Allatahama River, see Frederica.
Allen, Ri., of Carolina, Shews the prejudice of the loss of the Indian Trade would be to S. Carolina, and proposes concessions to be made by Georgia for reconciling both Provinces, 159–60.
Allen, Will., baker, appointed 2d Tithing Man of Frederica, 110.
Amatis, Nics., arrived from Piedmont, 14.
Order’d to write down his proposalls on what terms he will go to Georgia to introduce the making Silk, 14.
He presents them to the board, 15.
Order for Sending him with Jaques Camuche, his wife & 3 children, 16–17.
Conditions made with him, 17.
Complains of Jos. Fitzwalter, the Trustees Gardiner, 97.
And of Mr. Causton, 97.
Intends to quit the Colony on acct. of Mr. Causton’s ill usage of him, 97.
Is reconciled and made easie, 103.
Proposes to come to England to inform the Trustees of the good State and prospect there is of Silk, 103.
Ambrose, Jo., 2800 acres granted him in trust, 35.
Amelia Isld., near the Clothogotheo branch of the Allatahama, described, 147.
Amory, Jo., 50£ advanc’d him on Security to repay the Trust, 312.
Grant order’d him of 150 acres, 312.
Anabaptists of Saxony, desire to go to Georgia at their own expence, 39.
Anderson, Hugh, a Town Lot order’d him in Savannah, with promise that when he is disposed to part with it he Shall have a Country Grant, 157.
Desires a Town lot in Savannah for a younger Son, 299.
Refer’d to a Committee to be consider’d, 318.
Refused, but offer’d for himself 500 acres & in that case his son shall have the Savannah lot himself now holds, 321–22.
[21 March 1734], proceedings thereon, 47.
[18 March 1736], 142.
[17 March 1737], & what then past, 244.
Archer, Hen., Esq., elected a Trustee, 47.
Elected into the Common Council, 337.
Archer, Tho., elected a Trustee, 47.
Elected into the Common Council, 244.
Arguile Isld., fertile, and every way proper for a Cow pen, Tho. Gapans Acct. of it, 94.
Mr. Macbanes acct. of it: That it is Situated in St. Simonds Island, on the S. Side, commands the Sea, and guards the Island. Garison’d by Capt. Delagals Independent compy. of 50 Men, & no Settlers there, 218.
All the Settlers enter’d into the Rangers Troop, 237.
Falling to ruin, Mr. Jo. Wesleys acct of it in Sept. 1737, 309.
Arms, order’d for the Colony, 31.
Attorney, Letter of, given to Mr. Verelts [Verelst] to receive at the Treasury the 10000£ given by Parliament, 170.
Augusta Fort & Town, Mr. Jo. Wesleys Acct of it in Sept. 1737, 307.
Augustin, Walter, of Cat Island in S. Carolina, Grant of 500 acres made him, 109.
Erects a Saw Mill, which is blown up, 237.
His Settlement deserted, Mr. Jo. Wesleys Acct of it, 307.
Ayers, Robt., elected a Trustee, 47.
Elected into the Common Council, 244.
Sworn in, 247.
Bacon, al[ia]s Hog, intends to offer his Service to the Spaniards to overset the Colony of Georgia, 10.
Baillie, Jo., grant past to him of 400 acres, 35.
Baker, John, Esq., of S. Carolina, grant past to him of 500 Acres, 112.
Ballot, order’d for chusing all Officers & giving Commissions, 4.
Agreed to ballot for new Members, and that if two Members object to the election, they Shall have a weeks time to give their reason, 45.
By law proposed to that purpose, 45.
Baltimore, Ld., presents to Parliament the Trustees petition for Money, 137.
And moves for 10000£ which is granted, 143.
Bank of England, keeps the Trustees Cash, 5.
Bank Receipts, 200
Blank forms order’d to be printed, 57.
Barnes, Jo., 2800 acres granted him in Trust, 27.
Bateman, Will., Grant past to him of 75 acres, 46.
Bathurst, Sr. Fra[ncis], Bt., Ld. Bathurst gives him 100£ to go to Georgia, 38.
Grant of 200 Acres past to him, 66.
Bathurst, daughter of Sr. Francis, order for Sending her to Georgia to her father, 204.
Bathurst, Robt., 2d Son of Sr. Francis, deceased, abandons his plantation in Georgia, & steals away to S. Carolina, 372.
Bearcroft, Ri., D.D., preaches the Trustees Anniversary Sermon, & is desired to print it, 337.
Persons named for receiving them, 93,
Berry, ——, Mr., his high proposal to go to Georgia to cut timber, and teach the Inhabitants to do it for the use of his Majesties Navy, 107. See Proposals.
Bienville, Monsr., see Louisiana.
Billingsley, Case, Esq., his proposal to advance the Trustees affairs, 93.
Rejected, 94. See Proposals.
Bills, drawn by Tho. Causton, Bailif & Storekeeper, Some accepted, others refused, 68.
A bill drawn by Jenys, the payment Suspended for want of advice, 70.
Publick notice order’d that the Trustees will pay no more certified Bills or Accts return’d to England for payment, 329. See Sola Bills.
Bishop, Hen., a Charity School boy, bound Apprentice to the Trust, and Sent Servant to Mr. Boltzius, one of the Saltsburg Ministers, 65.
Bishop, Philip, grant made him of 500 Acres, 25.
Blair, David, apply’s for 500 acres, 175.
Grant past to him, 190.
Board of Trade, see S. Carolina.
Boltzius, Jo. Martin, Saltzburg Minister at Ebenezar, writes that the people’s land is bad, 121.
Complains of Mr. Vat, Secy, for their affairs, 137. See Saltsburgers.
Bottanist, see Houston. See Millar.
Bouverie, Sr. Jacob, intends to present the Trustees 1000£, 222–23.
Pays it, 239.
Elected a Trustee, 244.
Bovey, Mrs., see Pratt.
Boyd, Tho., applys for 500 Acres, 175.
His Grant past, 190.
Bradley, Will., his proposal to go over and cultivate the Trust lands, & teach the people Agriculture approved, 104–05.
Seal put to the Agreement, 125.
Grant made him of 500 acres, 118.
He misses his passage on board the London Merchant, but goes by another Ship, 123.
His insolent and abusive behaviour to the Trust, 319.
Inspector order’d to enquire how he employ’d the Trustees Servants under his care, 351.
Pretends the Trustees are in his debt 400£, 359.
He will not stand to his contract with the Trustees, 365.
Brailsford, Jo., of Georgia, 25£ order’d him for coming over to be a wittness in the Carolina dispute, 352.
Bromfeild, Jo., Register of Georgia, commended for diligently corresponding with the Society, 171.
Brooks, John, appointed 1st Constable of Frederica, 110.
Broughton, [Thomas], Esq., Presidt. of the Council of S. Carolina. See Carolina. Lieut. Govr. of S. Carolina, his indiscretion with respect to the Spaniards, 266.
Deceased, in Dec. 1737, 326.
Brown, Jo., Esq., of London, Apply’s for a Grant of land to go over at his own expence, 86.
Grant made him of 500 acres, 112.
Brown, Mathew, of Bristol, Order given to Send him and his Servant at the Trustees charge from Bristol, 121.
Brown, Saml., 500 acres, and an Indian Traders house mark’d out for him at Augusta, 168.
Brownfeild, Jo., appointed Register of Georgia, and to take no Fees but what the Trustees Shall order, 102.
Made a Trustee for 10000 Acres granted for the County of Frederica, 102.
Made Naval Officer, 104.
Rewarded for his Services in drawing Mapps for the Trust, 111.
His appointment of Register confirm’d, 113.
Writes to the Trustees a very disadvantageous Acct. of the Colony, 290–91.
Speaks very disrespectfully of the Trustees, 293.
Active to improve discontents, 303.
Justify’s himself, 370.
Buchman, Geo., 2500 acres granted to him in Trust for the Saltsburgers, 35.
Bull, Col., Succeeds Lt. Govr. Broughton in the administration of the Province of S. Carolina, 326.
Bundy, Ri., D.D., tho of the Common Council, declines preaching the Anniversary Sermon, 124.
Discountenances the Trustees tho a Member, 246.
Resigns his Office of Common Counsellor as being of no use, 324.
His true reason, 335.
His remarkable incivility to the Trustees on the Anniversary day, 337.
Burgoign, Sr. Rogr., Bt., elected Trustee, 337.
Burnside, Ja., petitions for a grant of land in the nature of Church leases, but is refused, 312.
Petitions that the Widow Bovey’s land (whom he marry’d) may be made Secure to him, 314.
Burton, Jo., B.D., preaches the 1st Anniversary Sermon, 17.
Order for printing it, 17.
Petitions for 2 Servants to be allow’d him, but is refused, and why, 313.
By Law, that upon any question proposed, a Member may have leave to give his dissent in writing, 45.
Past, 47. See more in Ballot.
Calloway, Will., deceased in Georgia, order given to enquire into his Effects in favour of his Widow, 156.
Calvert, Will., a Trustee to 5000 Acres design’d for the Township of Savannah, 7.
Calwell, Jo., tallow chandler, appointed 1st Tithing Man at Frederica, 110.
Appointed to Succeed Edwd. Addison as 3d Bailif in case of death or removal, 113.
Cannon, Danl., carpenter, appointed to Succeed Saml. Perkins as 2d Bailif, in case of death or removal, 113.
Families desire to Settle in Georgia, 79.
Carolina, assistance given and intended by that Province towards the Settlement of the Colony, 28–29.
An act past by them for confirmation of Grants which may affect Georgia, 29.
Disapproved by the Council board in England, 29.
The Govr. and Assembly of South Carolina Send over a memorial to his Majesty, complaining of the encroachments of the French at Messasippi, and Setting forth their weak condition in case of a War. That the French are labouring to debauch from the English the Creek nation, wch. if they Succeed in, their Province is undone. They thank his Majesty for establishing the Colony of Georgia which is a great protection to them, 60.
The Agent of their Province apply’s to the Trustees to favour a bill for enlarging their time to export Rice without calling at England, and for extending their trade to the French & Dutch settlements, which the Trustees promise, 77.
The French Govr. of Mobile threatens their Province and Seeks a quarrel with it, 78.
Mr. Johnson, Govr. of S. Carolina dies, and the Govermt. is offer’d to Mr. Oglethorp who refuses it, 95.
Their Proceedings thereupon, 149–50.
The Small prejudice the loss of trade if Georgia Should have it, Set forth by Mr. Oglethorp, 158–59.
On the contrary their reasons why the loss would be considerable to them Set forth by Mr. Ri. Allen, 159.
They complain the Magistrates of Savannah Stave their Rum, 150.
Memorial containing their Several complaints against the Magistrates of Georgia Sent to the Board of Trade, and Copy of the Same with a letter Sent by Presidt. Broughton to the Trustees, 121.
The Trustees answer thereto, 122.
They attend on the Board with it, 123.
They refuse to perform their promise to pay the Rangers Company in Georgia, as also the 8000£ currency formerly granted, 112.
Presents his resignation, but promises to come in again next year if wanted, tho he never intended it, 336.
Carteret, Ja., Esq., grant of 500 Acres made him 22 March 1727–8, 338.
Carteret, Ld. Jo., his Grant to the Trustees of his 8th part in the property of Georgia engrost, 13.
Approved by him, 14.
Seal put to the Counterpart, 15.
Catechist in Georgia, Resolv’d that a competent alottment of land be made for a Catechist, 40.
Cater, Sr. Jo., Aldn., resigns his Office of Common Counsellor for want of time to attend, 334.
The true reason of both their Resignations, 334–35.
Causton, Tho., appointed 3d Bailif of Savannah, 8.
3d Bailif and Storekeeper made 2d Bailif on Ri. Hodges death, 68.
Appointed a Trustee of 2500 Acres granted for the new Saltsburgers, and powers granted him to Set out &c the Same, 68.
Complaint that he endeavours to monopolize the Trade, and will make Strange Accompts, 83.
Memorial presented by Peter Gordon, 1st Bailif, against him and the other Magistrates, 85.
Complain’d against by Paul Amatis, that he converts the Servants design’d for the Trustees garden to his own use, and Says he will make up bad Accounts, 97.
Elisha Dobree writes that he will undertake to Shew his Accounts neither exact nor true, 97.
He complains of the 1st Bailif Peter Gordon now in England, 98.
And justify’s himself against the Complaints made of him, 120.
Appointed Comptroller of the Rice Act, 104.
Appointed an Officer to put the Rum Act in execution, 104.
Made 1st Bailif in Peter Gordons room, 104.
He Staves Rum brought into Savannah from Carolina, & his reasons for it, 150.
A passionate Man, 108.
Sends a duplicate of the moneys taken up by him and paid, 120.
Orders repeated to him to draw no bills on the Trustees without giving advice, neither to draw at all (for extraordinary Services excepted) before he has communicated the reason & necessity of Such drafts, and has recieved leave from the Trustees to make Such drafts, 111–12.
Instructions Sent to the Magistrates of Savannah concerning Several points contain’d in his letters, 113.
Order’d to Send accounts of the Proceedings in Georgia and that he prevent as much as possible the peoples running in debt by putting them to labour, 171.
Puts the Trust to a great expence for demurrage, 197.
Negligent in writing, 204–05.
Declares against cutting down the fine wood that Sheltered the Town of Savannah and Publick garden from the East winds, but is overborn by the Inhabitants, 277.
The Inhabitants begin to be better reconciled to him, 277.
His Acct. of Issues of Stores and his Diary from Lady day 1735 to 25 April 1737, 293.
Strikes off from the Stores the idle who had not cultivated land, 295.
Order’d to send an Acct. what demands remain unsatisfy’d at the time he writes next, that the Trustees may know the State of their Cash, & provide for answering the Establishment to Lady day 1738, 301.
50£ ordered him, being pt. of 200£ recompence for 4 years Service, 311–12.
Directions given him concerning the Palatin Servants, 313.
Remonstrance sent by 40 principal Inhabitants against him, 323.
Order’d to send back 2000£ Sola bills to enable the Trustees to pay his certified bills, 331.
Suspected by the Trustees of extravagantly misspending their money, 331.
Accused of divers misbehaviours by Mr. Jo. Wesley, 333.
Commended by Capt. Will. Thompson, 343.
Sends 40 Trust Servants to the Darien, 344.
Takes a whole Cargo of Goods into the Stores on the Trustees Acct. tho not 50£ of it provision, and sends a certified Acct. to the Trustees to pay for them, yet distributes them to private persons, all without Orders, 348.
The Trustees charge him with 49 of those Servants, 351.
He makes use of the Trustees Servants without leave, 4.
Expends 1 1000£ of the Trustees money between Michs. 1737 & March following, besides what other certify’d Accts. he may have drawn on the Trustees since that time not come to hand the 10th May 1738, 357.
And from Midsumer 1737 to the 30 May 1738, 12932.13. 2£.
And the certify’d Accompts, not paid amounted the said 30 May 1738 to 4542. 3. 11£, 368.
He is order’d to make up his Accompts of the remain of Stores in a months time, 357.
Removed from his place of Storekeeper, 357.
A long letter of reproof sent him, 361–62.
Order’d to send copies of all his journals, ledgers & day books from Lady day 1734, 364.
He excuses his extravagance, and promises to certify no more Accts, 365–66.
Order to seize his person, 370.
He takes goods into the Trustees Store, and charges them to their Account, tho not belonging to them, but to Merchts. and certifies bills for the Trustees to pay for those Merchants goods, 371.
Order given to send him with his books, 372.
But the order revers’d & why, 373.
Order given to keep him in custody upon Security not to leave the Colony, till his Accts. from Lady day 1734 are examin’d and approved: and till further direction from the Trustees, 373.
It appear’d that he had not accounted for 13832£ from Midsumer 1737 to 7 June 1738, 373.
Removed from being 1st Bailif, 373.
Cheesright, Rebecca, in England (a vile Woman) petitions the Trustees for a portion of her deceased husbands effects in Georgia, and the same refer’d for examination to our Accompt, 314.
Cherokees, an Indian Nation desire the protection of the English, 158. See Indians.
Chest of medicines, order’d for Georgia, 7.
Chickesaws, an Indian Nation of 400 fighting Men & good warriours dependent on the English attack’s by Monsr. Bienville, Govr. of the Louisiana, 154.
And repulse him, 158.
Report that they have a multitude of Mulberry trees in their Country, and if instructed to make Silk will bring great quantities, 344. See Indians.
Chocktaws, an Indian Nation of 4000 Men in the French allyance, Enemies to the Chickesaws, but no warlick people, 154.
Christie, Tho., a Trustee to 5000 Acres design’d for the Township of Savannah, 7.
Appointed Recorder of Savannah, 8.
Appointed a Trustee of 2500 Acres granted for the New Saltsburgers, and powers granted him to Set out &c the Same, 68.
Information that he retails Rum, tho the use of it is forbid by the Trustees, 84.
Justifies himself from the accusation of Selling Rum, and desires he may Sell his Town Lot and have a grant of 500 acres, 121.
Order’d to Send copies of the Town Court proceedings Since Nov. 1734 wherein he has been negligent, as also an Account of what Fees have been taken, 170–71.
Commended by Capt. Thompson, 343.
Allow’d 2 Trust Servants to be maintain’d by the Trust, 363.
Church and Ministers house, order’d to be forthwith built, & 300 acres of Glebe laid out, 11.
Church Estimate, for building a Church in Georgia, 287.
Deals bought for that purpose, 321.
Flint Stones and Iron sent for that purpose, 345.
Capt. Thomas order’d to give an estimate of the charge, 352.
Civil Government for Savannah, order’d to be erected, 7.
Clark, Isaac King, 2800 acres granted him in Trust, 35.
Clark, Jo., Appointed Secretary for the Indian affairs, in the room of Revd. Mr. Cha. Wesley, 353.
Clifton, Sr. Robert, 20.
Clothogotheo, a Branch of the Allatahama, 147.
Cochrane, Lt. Col. James, grant order’d him of 500 Acres, 312.
Past the Seal, 318.
Collections, Bishop of London desired to forward them in his Diocese, 20.
Committee appointed, to impress mony as far as 3000£ for the use of the Saltsburgers going over, 31.
To prepare Laws for the Colony, 5.
Committee of Accts., appointed, 13.
Order that any 3 of the Common Council may compose it, 27.
All the Members of the Common Council to be of it, 75.
Mr. Oglethorps Accts. refer’d to them, 76.
Mr. Caustons Accts. refer’d to them, 76.
Mr. Chardons Accts. refer’d to them, 82.
Committee of Correspondence, empower’d to open letters and prepare drafts of answers to be laid before the Board, 42.
Their first meeting appointed, 45.
Order’d to prepare an answer to the Revd. Mr. Dumont at Rotterdam, who wrote in favour of heirs female Succeeding, and to Shew him the reasons why the Trustees do not admit thereof, 48.
Letters from Georgia, and proceedings of the Courts of Justice there, refer’d to them, 77.
Common Council Boards, the number held this 1st year, 25.
2d year, 53.
3d year, 87.
4th year, 160–61.
5 th year, 278.
6th year, 374.
Common Counsellors, appointed by Charter, 3.
Their number fill’d up to 24, 16.
Order that 5 of the Common Council may Sign drafts on the Bank, 23.
Many Common Counsellors think of quitting on account of the debts contracted by Mr. Causton, 333.
Cook, C, Majr., grant order’d him of 500 acres, 312.
Past the Seal, 318.
Purchases for his 2 daughters Susan and Anne the Town Lot in Savannah belonging to Peter Gordon, late Bailif, 345.
Petitions that his daughter Anne may be allow’d to Surrender her Interest in the lot at Savannah to her Sister Susan, & Succeed to his 500 acre lot, which the Trustees allow, 358.
Cooksey, Will., credited by Mr. Causton wth. the Trustees effects without orders, 205.
Petitions for a Grant of 500 acres, and for further time to pay the remainder of a Sum advanc’d to him, 3H.
Coop, Ri., Aldn. of London, elected a Trustee, 47.
Cooper, Mary, in England, advanc’d the Rent of her house in Savannah to be repaid the Trustees by Mr. Hen. Parker who rents it, 345.
Cooper, Ri., appointed Bailif of Frederica in case of death or removal of others, 110.
But his appointment alter’d in favour of another, 113.
Creek Indians, see Indians.
Divers of the Scots chuse to Settle there, 143–44.
Dairn, Jo., bailif of Savannah deceased 1 July 1737, 325.
Dalone, Monsr., his legacy for Conversion of Blacks, order for Separating that Trust from the Trusteeship of Georgia, 23–24.
Danbur, [Henry Danbuz], capt. of the Georgia Pink, see Embarkations.
Darien, al[ia]s New Inverness, a Scots Settlement (afterwards named New Inverness), where Situated, and its distance from Savannah, 147.
Its distance from the mouth of the Allatahama, 156.
A Fort building there, and the number of Settlers, 156.
A Fort mark’d out, and a School house, Guard house and Church order’d to be built, 202.
A Communication open’d from Savannah thither by land, 202.
Road for that purpose making, 216.
45 Scots families and 30 Servants Settled there in 1736, 217.
They first clear’d their land before they built their houses, which the people of Savannah Should have done, 217.
They have cannon but as yet no Fort, 217.
Capt. Mackintosh has the chief command, 217.
On the continent, & ten miles distant from St. Simons Fort, 217.
Mr. Jo. Wesleys Acct. of it in Sept. 1737, 309.
Will in a little time want no assistance, 366.
Davison, Saml., a Chairman, appointed a Bailif of Frederica in case of death or Removal of others, 110.
His appointment alter’d in favour of another, 113.
Appointed 2d Constable of Frederica, 110.
His improvements, but wants a Servant to assist him, 350.
De Farron, Lieut., goes with his Family to Georgia, 30.
Deceased, his lot at Highgate order’d to be Sold, and his daughter put out Apprentice at the Trustees charge, 70.
Delamont, Cha., teaches School at Savannah gratis, 217.
Prepares to return for England, 366.
De Lyon, Abrm., a jew, petitions for a loan of 200£ to cultivate vines, wth. offer to give Security to repay the money in 6 years, 344.
Granted by the Trustees, 348.
Dempsy, Capt., his demand for presents paid by him at Augustin when he Settled the Treaty of Pacification, order’d to be paid, 240.
Thanks order’d him & 150£ for his Services, 265.
Derby, E. of, declines continuing the late Earl, Subscription to our Botanist, 310.
Diamond, capt. of the Peter and James, arrives at Savannah with provisions from Ireland, 10.
Jan. 1735–6, 124.
Dicker, capt. of the Allen, arrives from Bristol at Savannah 10 Jan. 1735–6, 124.
Dietzius, Andrew Godfrey, desires to Know on what conditions he may have lands in Georgia, 60.
Grant past to him of 500 Acres, 66.
Digby, Edwd., 1st Chairman of the Common Council by Charter, 4.
Dobree, Elisha, clerk in the Stores at Savannah turn’d out by Mr. Causton, 97.
Says Causton will make up Accounts neither exact nor true, and offers to be a Commissioner to examine them, 97.
Desires encouragement to Set up a Salt pan, and lands for that use, 121.
Dogherty, Cornelious, Indian Trader, a house & 500 acres mark’d out for him at Augusta, 168.
Douglass, ———, Sollicitor, employ’d by the Trustees to enquire into the Palatin Brief money, 41.
His report, 43.
Drafts on the Bank, 6. See Impress.
Drake, Will., Esq., his noble Scheme for making a Settlement of English to the West of Georgia, 180–83.
Duche, Andrew, his good Improvement of the Potters trade in Savannah, 366.
Dunbar, Geo., capt. of the Pr. of Wales, desires leave to exchange his 500 acre grant at Josephs Town for another at Frederica, which is refer’d to Col. Oglethorpe to settle, 319.
His demand for Primage allow’d, 363. See Embarkations.
Edgcomb, Arthr. Ogle, 2800 acres granted to him in Trust, 35.
Elton, Sr. Abraham, 20.
Embarkation, order’d, 6.
Conditions made with the people, 6.
Surgeon sent with them, 8.
Care taken that they defraud not their Creditors, 9.
Govr. Johnson advised to defer the embarkation a year, but his letter came too late, 11.
Grants past to 8 able Lawyers to go, 11.
Suspected Papists not allow’d to go, 20.
A Second embarkation resolv’d on of 50 able men to prepare land for the Saltsburgers against their arrival, 23.
The persons appointed, 24.
Necessaries for their embarkation adjusted, 24.
The people Sign their Articles, 33.
Muster taken on board the James, Capt. Yoakly, 27 males & 21 females, 34–35.
Number of persons Sent this year, as also in the whole from the first embarkation, 54–55.
Agreement made with Mr. Simons the Merchant to carry 75 persons to Georgia including the Saltsburgers, 65.
Embarkment of 84 persons for Georgia 31 Oct. 1734 on board the Princess of Wales, Capt. Dunbar, 68.
Committee appointed for another Embarkation, 73.
Charter Party Sign’s for carrying over 87 Swiss & Grisons design’d most part for Purysburg, the rest for Savannah, 75.
Embarkment of 122 foreign Protestants making 100 heads 23 Jan 1734–5 on board the Two Brothers, Capt. Thompson, 75.
Embarkment of 30 persons for Georgia 14 May 1735 on board the James, Capt. Yoakly, of whom 29 at the Trustees charge; 5 of them Settlers there, and 18 Trust Servants with their 6 children; of these 18 Trust Servants, 15 are Foreigners, 85–86.
Seal put to the Trust Servants Indentures, 85.
Report of the Muster on board Capt. Yoakly, 86.
Resolved for Settling a new Town and Vilages on the Allatahama River, 94.
Embarkation on board the Georgia Pink, Capt. Danbur, 15 Males and 12 females, of whom 10 Servants, 101.
They Set out 6 Aug. 1735 and arrive at Savannah 27 Nov. following, 119. Charter party with the Pr. of Wales, Capt. Dunbar, to carry over 130 Highlanders to Frederica at the Trustees expence, 102.
They Sail’d 20 Oct. from Scotland and arrived at Savannah 10 Jany. 1735–6, 123.
Carry’d 180 persons, 114.
Review of 40 families design’d to be Sent at the Trustees Expence, 104.
Agreed with the London Merchant, Capt. Thomas, to carry persons over at the Trustees Expence, 107.
He Saild 20 Octo. and arrived at Savannah 5 feb. 1735–6, 115.
Report of the Must on board him, 136 persons, 89 men and 47 females, 115.
Capt. Dunbar writes that he had on board 124 persons on the Charity Acct., 117.
Mr. Verelts thinks he has but 120, 116.
Charter party Sign’d with the Simons, Capt. Cornish, to carry over with Mr. Oglethorp 121 persons, 112.
They Sail 14 October, 114.
And arrive at Savannah, 5 feb. 1735–6, 129.
Agreement with the Two Brothers, Capt. Thompson, to carry 50 Tons of Goods at 1.10. 0
p Tun to Frederica, 115.
Report of the Muster on board him, 121.
He Sails with 15 persons, 11 Men & 4 Women, of Whom 13 at the Trustees charge, 119.
Order that no more persons be Sent this year at the Trustees expence, 121.
But exception made for 4 persons if Dr. Stanley of Liverpool Should recommend them, 149.
Embarkations, 1737, June 24, Capt. Thompson of the Two Brothers embarks with 50 Men & 4 women at the Trust charge for Georgia, 285.
And arrives from Scotland which he took in his way to get more Passengers on the Trust acct. & his own 20 Novbr. 1737, 326.
Augst. 16, Capt. Shubrick of the Mary Anne Sails wth. 8 Males & 4 females at the Trust charge for Georgia, 301.
Oct. 12, Capt. Danbuz of the Georgia Pink Sailed for Georgia with 1 foreigner and 3 Servts. on the Trust Acct. all Males, but calls in his way at Cork in Ireland to take provisions for the Colony. He arrived in Georgia 16 Jany. following, 313.
Oct. 18 Capt. Nicholson of the Minerva Sails wth. Mr. Thomas Stephens and a Servant at the Trust charge for Georgia, and arrives in Decembr. following, 313.
Novbr. 3, Capt. Ayers of the King George Sails wth. 2 Moravians for Georgia, and arrives Jany. following, 315.
Novbr. 19, Capt. Thompson of the Two Brothers Sails for Georgia with 50 Trust Servants, viz. 34 Males & 22 females, and arrives 14 Jany. 1737/8, 317.
1737/8, Jany. 5, Capt. Whiting of the Whitaker Sails with 5 Males at the Trust charge, and arrives 7 May 1738, 327.
Two more went at the Trust charge 1738, but I know not by what Ship or what month, 327.
Estimate, see Parliament.
Eveleigh, Saml., abandons Georgia, because Negroes are not allow’d there, nor Females to Inherit, of which he Sets forth Some inconveniences, 106.
Approves not of Capt. Pennifeathers Grant, 106.
Fallowfeild, Jo., made Collector on the Acct. for exporting Rice, 104.
Fitzwalter, Joseph, appointed 1st Constable of Savannah, 8.
Removed from being Publik Gardiner at Savannah, & Succeeded by Fra. Piercy, 217.
Flax, encouragement to be given for cultivating, intended by the Assembly of South Carolina, 154.
Fletcher, Hen., grant made him of 200 Acres, 25.
Flower, Jo., appointed to Succeed Saml. Davison as 2d Constable in case of death or Removal, 113.
Forts and Fortifications, see Georgia.
Frederica, rules upon forming for Such as go to Settle there, 93.
The Common Council agree to them, 95.
Order for printing them, 95.
An Embarkation resolv’d on, 94.
Boats order’d for the Service of that Settlement, 95.
Order for Sending Halfpence over, 95.
Town Court and Court of jurisdiction appointed at Frederica, 101.
Ship load of provisions order’d from Cork, 102.
Resolv’d that 10000 acres be vested in Trustees for erecting the County of Frederica, 102.
Seal put to the Grant, 105.
Seal put to the Lease and Release of the Same, 109. Resolv’d that the County Town be named Frederica, 110.
Magistrates and Officers appointed, 110.
Power granted to Mr. Oglethorp to administer the Oaths, 110.
Magistrates appointed as also inferior Officers, to Succeed those first named, in case of death or removal, 113.
The Allatahama River visited; the Middle Inlet found not safe for Ships to enter; but the mouth of the Southern Stream very Safe, having 14 feet on the Bar at dead low water, and the harbour Shelter’d; and Ships may ly either at the S. End of St. Simons Island, or 8 miles further up, 127, 141.
A further Acct. of the Allatahama; the bar before the Middle Stream 7 miles broad with 11 feet at low water and 21 at high, 157.
The Trustees judge it impossible to go on with the Settlement of Frederica, 144.
And write to recall Mr. Oglethorp from thence, 144.
The Town of Frederica and Fort laid out, and the progress made therein, 146–47.
Island of St. Simons given up by Tomachachi to the English, 142.
Island of St. Catherine reserved by Tomachachi to the Indians, 142.
Fort St. Andrews built by Mr. Oglethorp on Cumberland Island formerly call’d St. Pedro, 143–44.
The Fort finish’d Strong & compleat, 154.
The Govr. of St. Augustine complains of our Settling within his Masters Territories, 141–42.
Negotiations with him, 142.
Advice that he intended to dislodge us by force, 142.
Sends Plenipotentiaries to Mr. Oglethorp to agree upon a Treaty, 154.
But Suspected of treachery, 153.
Prevented in his design by Mr. Oglethorps artifice, 158.
The Town Settled, 184–85.
The people industrious, 215.
Two Streets laid out and 15 or 16 houses built, 218.
No Rum drunk there, 218.
In what latitude Situated, 209.
60 or 80 families Settled there besides Single persons, and many come from Carolina and other parts to fix there, 217–18.
The heat not so great there but white men may work in the heat of Summer as in England, 219.
Depth of Water at the entrance of the Harbor, 209.
Plenty of fine Cedar trees and other timber, 218.
And of horses and cattel, 219.
The land bears hemp, flax, & barley as well as Indian corn, 219.
The Fort, 210.
Strong, with 4 bastions, a ditch and rampart wth. double palisadoes and 9 cannon, a Storehouse in the midst with a Platform that holds 100 Men, 218.
Will contain a garison of 140 men, and cannot be taken but in a regular manner with Cannon, 255.
The people are healthy, 247.
But want corn to Sow, 246.
They want a Minister, 247.
Advantage that would arise to them by Supplying St. Augustine with provision, 223–24.
Joseph Cannons Acct. of the town, 210–11.
Mr. Macbanes acct. of it, 217–18.
Two Forts built beyond it and garison’d, 184–85.
The Town extreamly healthy, and the people industrious, 350.
The Crop of corn in 1736 all spoilt by the bad Season & Ratts, 344.
Great increase of children, and women bear there who in England are thought past their time, 350.
The people hinder’d in their cultivation by Spanish Allarms, 350.
Frederick, Tho., Esq., reason why he quitted his attendance at the Board, 170.
French Protestants of Languedock, desire to Settle in Georgia, 79.
Forbes, Duncan, Esq., Advocat Genl. of Scotland, Seconds the Trustees petition to Parliament for money, 240.
Foster, Geo., grant of 50 acres past to him, 272.
French, defeated by the Chickesaw Indians, 172–73.
Preparations made by the Govr. of Louisiana to attack the English in the Spring, 173.
Their jealousie of the English making a Settlement on the Catahuchee river among the Lower Creek Indians, 182.
They resolve to extirpate the Chickesaws that they may unite all their forces, and push the English into the Sea, 182–83.
Are worsted a 2d time by the Chickesaws, with a relation of the action, 190–92.
Had a design to invade Carolina, 224.
Fury, Mr., agent for South Carolina, obligation confer’d on him by the Trustees, 125.
Garden, Publick, see Savannah.
Gascoign, Ja., capt. of his Majesties Sloop the Hawk, Station’d at Frederica, grant made him of 500 Acres, 109.
His Majesties Order for repaying the Trustees 1500£ disburst in Fortifications in Georgia, 65.
1561£ recieved on that Acct., the Offices forgiving their Fees, 67.
Magistrates of Savannah allow’d each a Servant at the Trustees expence, in consideration that the duties of their Office allows them not to cultivate lands, 65–6.
Powder, bullets &c order’d to be Sent, 66.
Estimate order’d to be prepared for building a Church in Savannah, 70.
Order for enclosing a glebe, 71.
Refer’d to a Committee to consider of proper Grants for a glebe, 82.
State of the Province, 71–72.
1000 Weight of Coppar farthings order’d, 83.
Subsistance order’d to the Magistrates & their Servants out of the Publick Stores for 1 year longer, in consideration they could not cultivate their land, 84.
300 Weight of gunpowder Ship’d for the use of the Province, 84.
Conditions minuted for further consideration, on which Several Classes of people Shall be Sent to Georgia, 87.
An Insurrection in the Province discover’d and prevented, 83.
Order Sent to detain the Ring-leaders in prison until a Special Commission be Sent to try them, 83.
The Trustees libell’d in a letter wrote from England to a person in Georgia, 113–14.
They petition his Majesty not to permit the people of S. Carolina to run out lands, South of the Bounds of Georgia, 117.
Their cause for petitioning, 117–18.
Divers of the Trustees Subscribe towards building a church in Georgia, 118.
They advertise against One Taylor, who without authority invited persons to go to Georgia with design to kidnap them, 119.
Complaints against the Trustees & their Magistrates, with a Memorial Sent by Mr. Broughton, Presidt. of the Council to the Lords Commissioners of Trade, and Copies of the Same Sent by him to the Trustees, 122.
The Trustees answer thereto, 122.
They wait on the Lds. Commissioners of Trade with their answer, 123.
They Send over an Auger to boar the Earth, 121.
They en crease the Wages of their Housekeeper & Messenger, 121.
They Send a Stallion & t Mares to Georgia, 124.
They agree with Willm. Bradley to go over and cultivate the Trust lands and teach the people Agriculture, 125.
They permit Ja. Hazlefoot to dispose of his Town Lot, and take 150 acres up in the Country; and advance him 2 Servants to be repayd, 125.
Order given for Surveying 300 acres of the best land for Religious Uses, and a Plan of a Church with an Estimate of the charge of building it to be Sent them, 136–37.
Seal put to the Grant of 300 acres for religious uses, 145.
They resolve that a catechist be appointed, 145–46.
Petition to Parliamt. for mony drawn up, 133.
Seal put to it, 137.
They prepare an estimate of the Supply wanting, amounting to 20000£, 133.
Court Members of Parliamt. their Enemies, & why, 137.
Their petition presented, 137.
Obtain 10000£, 143.
They judge it impossible to go on with the Southern Settlement of Frederica, 144.
And write to Mr. Oglethorp to withdraw from thence, 144.
But agree not to reinforce those orders, 155.
They Send orders to Strike off the Stores Such as have been Subsisted thereout 2 years, 146.
Great expence of keeping a Store to feed people, 157.
Anniversary day kept, 142.
The Trustees excuse themselves from Sending Palatines over, proposed to them by Ld. Harrington, Secy, of State, 153.
They Send Strong beer & Spices to the Colony, 153.
Advertisement order’d in the Newspapers of London and Charlestown that they will pay no bills drawn upon them, having Supply’d the Province with Sola bills of Exchange, 156.
Order’d that any 5 of the Common Council have power to draw on the Bank for payment of Sola bills return’d from Georgia, 157.
Order given to recall Mr. Vatt, Secy, for the Saltsburg affairs from Ebenezar, 155.
Description of the Country, 132–33.
The Advantages this Province is of to Gt. Britain Sent by a Gentleman of Jamaica to Mr. Pyne the Engraver, in London, 148.
A Road-making 90 miles long from Savannah to Frederica, 153.
Persons Sent the year 1736 at the Trustees charge, 161.
Private Grants past this year 1736 at the Trustees charge, 161.
Private Grants past this year, 162.
The Inhabitants idle, 185.
Want Ministers to reform their morals, 185.
Luxury introducing among them, 205.
They employ’d themselves in building houses to let and neglected cultivation, 196.
The children born there mostly die, Supposed for want of milk, the pyne barren land producing So little grass that the cows run away into the Swamps, 196.
Description of the Country on the banks of the Savannah for 250 miles, 192–95.
Coffee planted there, and the best cotton grows there of any other place, 238.
The Inhabitants will carry all the Indian trade away from Carolina, 195.
Mr. Macbanes Acct. of the Province, 217–20.
Capt. Jenkins Acct. of the Province, 238.
Mr. Jo. Wesleys acct. of the Several Settlements in Sept. 1737, 307–09. See Frederica. Savannah.
German Families, proposal for Sending over 100 families, 37.
Gibson, ———, and his brother, desire 50 acre lots in Savannah, but are advised to take each of them 100 acre lots, 200.
Gilbert, Robt., a taylor, appointed 3d Bailif in Jo. Dairns room, 353.
Giraldini, Monsr., the Spanish Minister at London, writes a letter to the Duke of Newcastle full of false complaints against our Colony, 202–03.
And lays claim not only to Georgia but also part of Carolina, 202–03.
The Duke Sends it to the Trustees to answer, 203.
The Trustees reply thereto, 206–07.
Offers a 2d Memorial more insolent than the first, asserting his Masters right to Georgia, & threatening to dislodge our people by force if they be not recalled, 295–96.
What past between him & Sr. Robert Walpole on that occasion, 296.
Sr. Robert intimidated, and his discourse thereon wth. Coll. Oglethorpe, 296.
Sr. Robert refuses to take the Memorial, & Giraldini having soften’d it, delivers it to Ld. Harrington, 298.
The Cabinet Council sit thereon, 298.
They adjourn the further consideration to next day, and then resolve not to regard it, 301.
Gordon, Peter, appointed 1st Bailif of Savannah, 8.
Upholster, arrived in England, and presents the Trustees with a Map of the Town of Savannah which is order’d to be engraved, 43–4.
Order for defraying his passage back to Georgia, together with his wife & 2 Servants, 66.
Appointed a Trustee of 2500 Acres granted for the New Saltsburgers, 68.
Powers granted to him to Set out &c Said Acres, 68.
Returns again to England, without notice or leave, 85.
Presents a Memorial against the Magistrates, 85.
Petitions for leave to Sell his Interest in Georgia, resolving to Settle in England, 101–02.
Misbehaved himself in the Province, 101–02.
Turn’d out of his Office by the Trustees, 104.
Gough, Sr. Hen., Bt., elected a Trustee of Georgia, 337.
Gough, Will., senr., grant made to him of 80 Acres, 14.
Gough, Will., junr., grant made to him of 80 Acres, 14.
Graham, Patrick, grant of 500 acres made him, 153.
Grant, [Andrew], grant past to him of 400 acres, 35.
Grant, Publick, to compose the County of Frederica, 102.
Granted for Religious Uses, 145.
Register Book order’d for entring all Grants past in Georgia, 100.
5000 Acres granted in Trust for the Township of Savannah, 7.
Order that who ever carrys over 6 Servts. Shall have a Grant of 500 acres, 17.
Number of Grants above 50 acres past this 1st year [1732–3] to particular persons, call’d Landholders, 25–6.
Grants past this 2d year [1733–4], and Number of Acres granted away in the whole, 54.
Number of Country Grants past this year [1734–5], 88.
Total number of Acres granted in 3 years, 88.
Grants past this year [1736–7], 278.
Gyles, ———, apply’s with his wife & 3 children to go to Georgia, & the Trustees answer, 267.
Haines, Gregy., Indian Trader, a house & 500 acres mark’d out for him at Augusta, 168.
Hales, Steven, desired to preach the Anniversary Sermon, 41.
He preaches, 47.
Hamilton, Jo., proposes to the Trustees to attempt Recovering lands given to Popish religious Uses, proceedings therein, and why declined by the Trustees, 138–40.
Hamilton, Paul, Esq., of Edistow in Carolina, grant of 500 Acres past to him, 109.
Hampsted Vilage, Mr. Jo. Wesley’s acct. of it in Sept. 1737, 308.
Harbin, Mr., employ’d to bring from Holland 50 Men Servants for Georgia, 110.
Order Sent to Stop them, 113.
20£ order’d him for going to Holland to procure Tr. Servants who were afterwards countermanded, 270.
Hawkins, Tho., Surgeon & Apothecary, appointed 1st Bailif of Frederica, 110.
Appointed a Trustee for 300 acres granted for Religious uses at Frederica, 276.
Order’d to write regularly to the Trustees, and acquaint them concerning the Divisions at Frederica, 295.
As also of particulars of moment passing there, 360.
Hay, Robt., grant made him of 500 acres, 313.
Hazlefoot, Ja., Allow’d to dispose of his Town Lot in Savannah to Such person as he Shall recommend for a Grant thereof, and to have a Country Grant of 150 Acres, and to be furnish’d with two Trust Servants he repaying for them, 125.
Heathcote, Geo., Esq. & Aid., resigns his Office of Common Counsellor for want of health, 336.
Hemp, encouragement intended to be given the Sowing it by the Assembly of South Carolina, 154.
Herbert, Hen., B.A., goes over Minister to Georgia, 8.
Minister at Savannah, dies on Shipboard in his return to England, 28.
Heron, Alexr., capt. of Col. Oglethorpes Regimt., grant made him of 500 acres, 349.
Hethrington, Robt., grant past to him of 250 acres, 29.
Hethrington, Theophilus, grant past to him of 250 acres, 29.
Hewet, Capt., of the 3 Sisters, demands allowance for being disappointed of a Pilot, at arrival at Savannah, but not granted, 349.
Highgate Village, Mr. Jo. Wesley’s acct. of it in Sept. 1737, 308.
Order given to enquire into the reasonableness of their complaint of having bad land, 364.
Order to give them better land where found necessary, 371.
Hill, Earl Piercy, concerned in an intended insurrection at Savannah, 83.
Hodges, Archibald, allow’d to go to Georgia at his own expence, but to have provisions out of the Stores, 266.
Hollingbore, ———, Esq., 20.
Holmes, Saml., grant made to him of 500 acres, 19.
Horton, Will., Esq., grant past to him of 500 Acres, 109.
Appointed a Trustee for 300 acres granted for Religious Uses at Frederica, 276.
Military Officer at Frederica, an attempt to call a Court to try him for Felony, 293.
He retires to his lot on Jekyl Island, 293.
Is try’d for felony but acquitted; Acct. of his pretended Offence, 320.
Hough, Jo., Bishop of Woster, thanks return’d to him for his benefaction, 19.
Houston, Ja., grant past to him of 500 acres, 36.
Houston, Patrick, grant past to him of 500 acres, 31.
Houston, Will., agreed with to go Bottanist, and collect useful plants for the Colony, from Several parts of America, 5.
Houston, ———, deserts his Plantation to live in Savannah. Mr. Jo. Wesley’s acct. of it in Sept. 1737, 308–09.
Howell, Capt. Ja., makes affidavit of the Spaniards design to attack Georgia, 348–49.
The Ministry hazard the loss of the Province by their negligence, 371.
Hucks, Robt., Resigns being a Common Counsellor, 244.
His odd deportment on that occasion, 244.
Hughes, Joseph, a Trustee to 5000 Acres appointed for the Township of Georgia, 7.
Publick Storekeeper at Savannah deceased & his books mislay’d, 39.
Hurst, Saml., Agreed wth. to be a Clerk of the Stores, 252.
Incorporate Society, for propagating the Gospel in Foreign parts, their rude Message to the Trustees, 220.
Conversation thereon, 226–28.
Their ill opinion of the Trustees, 228.
Indian Town near Savannah, Mr. Jo. Wesley’s Acct. of it in Sept. 1737, 308.
Indian Traders, take out Lycences in Georgia, 97.
The Traders with the Cherokee Nation offer to build a town of 40 houses at their own charge 300 miles up the Savannah River, 158.
All obliged to take wives among the Indians, 272–73.
Indians, treaty made with the Lower Creek Indians, 31.
Arrival in England, 57.
Order’d to be lodged in the Trustees Office, 57.
Some Acct. of them, 57–59.
Acct. of the Audience given them by the Trustees, 58.
Audience given them by the King, 60.
Tomachachi’s Saying thereon, 60–61.
Their reception by the A.B. of Canterbury, 61.
They dine with the E. of Egmont, their behaviour & Speeches there, 61–62.
The Trustees apply to his Majesty to Subsist them, 60.
Things required by Tomachachi in behalf of his people, 63–64.
His Majesty gives 1000£ for their Subsistance in England & for presents to their nations, 65.
Great imposition on them in their trade with the English complain’d of by them, 66.
Endeavours to Settle with them a Tariff of Trade made fruitless by the drunkenness of the Interpreter, 66.
They return to Georgia, 68.
Present sent by Tomachachi to the Trustees, 69.
Acct. of them , 131–32.
An attempt to Set them against us, 140.
Desire the protection of the English, 158.
The Upper Creeks Side with Carolina in her dispute wth. Georgia, and pretend to recall their grant of land to the Trustees, 175.
A chief Man of the Abecoe nation joyns therein, 175.
The Lower Creeks to the number of 60, with Chigilly their chief, and the Chiefs of 7 towns come down to Savannah to have a talk with Mr. Oglethorpe, 172.
They complain of Joseph Watson, and of our Indian Traders assisting the Cherokees against them, 175.
Are friends to the Uchees, 175.
Complain of the French encroachments, and depart well pleased, 175.
They engage to assist us if attack’d by the Spaniards, 262.
They Shew Mr. Oglethorpe the utmost Southern bounds of our Kings dominions, which extend to the River St. Juan, 174.
The Chickesaws, Subjects of England, 179.
Attack’d by the French, and defeat them, 172–73.
Attack’d a 2d time, and defeat them again, 190–92.
Their talk with Mr. Oglethorpe, 179–80.
Ingham, Benj., A.M., acct. of his journey from Savannah to Frederica, 132–33.
Missioner to the Indians, learns their languages, 216.
Suddenly abandons the Colony & returns to England, 277.
Late Missioner to the Indians, makes 2 requests to the Trustees, 291.
Irene, the Indian School, Mr. Jo. Wesleys Acct. of it in Sept. 1737, 308.
Jekyl, Sr. Joseph, thanks return’d him for his & his Ladys great benefaction, 25.
Presents the Trustees petition to Parliamt. for money, 21.
Jenkins, Edwd., grant past to him of 100 Acres, 22.
Petitions for 500 acres on Skidaway Island, the Trustees refer it to be consider’d, 314.
Jenys, Paul, Esq., Speaker of the Assembly of South Carolina, grant past to him of 500 Acres, 112.
A friend to Georgia, 292–93.
Jews, debate whether they Shall be admitted Inhabitants of Georgia, 10.
Resolution against it, 12.
Deputations given Jews in London to collect money recall’d, 13.
Go Surreptitiously to Georgia, which gives the Trustees offence, 38.
Order that the Jews who took out Commissions to collect, do return them to the Office, and recall the jews they Sent, or make Satisfaction to the Trustees, 39.
Johnson, Coll. [Robert], Governor of S. Carolina deceased, 95.
Johnson, Ri., Ensign, Appointed to Succeed Tho. Hawkins 1st Bailif of Frederica in case of death or Removal, 113.
Jones, Noble, Trustees Surveyor of land, very idle, 215–16.
Grossly negligent in his duty, 342.
Jones, Tho., Formerly H. Constable of St. Gyles, made keeper of the Remains of Stores at Savannah, 358.
Has orders to enquire into Mr. Bradley’s management of the Trustees Servants, 365.
Josephs Town, the Scots Settled there, apply for Negroes; that they may have a Court of Record; a Civil Magistracy of their own, and be Independent of Savannah; all of which is refused them, 104.
They also apply for an allowance of 2 years provision from the Stores, which is refused, 104.
Order given for granting them Lots, 104.
Distant 10 or 12 miles from Savannah, 192.
Most of the Settlers Swept away by Sickness, 237.
Mr. Jo. Wesleys Acct. of it in Sept. 1737, 307.
Kramer, Mathias, see Proposals.
Lacy, James, grant made him of 500 acres, 25.
Lacy, Rogr., proposal of Sending with him to Georgia 20 charity children to be employ’d in making Silk, but it took not effect, 23.
Grant made him of 500 acres, 25.
Left to him to appoint owners of 50 acre lots at Augusta, 168.
Interrupts the Carolina Indian Traders who traffick with the Indians not having Licences from Georgia, with Severity, 201.
Lamb, Bullfinch, grant past to him of 500 acres, 66.
His Grant revoked, 156.
Lander, Saml., Indented to go over and assist the Millright in Georgia, 312.
Laws, three Laws enacted by the King in Council: 1.
For maintaining Peace with the Indians of Georgia, 2.
For preventing the Importation of Rum & Strong liquours in Georgia, 3.
For prohibiting the use of Negroes in Georgia, 83.
A Sumptuary law prohibiting the use of gold or silver in aparel or Furniture: And a law to oblige Ships clearing out of the River to pay a pound of gunpowder p Tun Port Duty, recommended to Mr. Towers and Mr. Holland to consider of, 83.
Laws, Hollyday, grant of 50 Acres order’d him at Frederica, 353.
Laws for Georgia proposed, 1.
Agst. gaming and running in debt, 2.
Agst. Luxury in Aparel, 3.
For allowing of Indian Evidence, 216.
Leak, ———, bookseller of Bath, thanks return’d him for his benefaction, 12.
Deputation Sent to him to collect, 15.
Letter of Attorney, past to Mr. Verelts [Verelst] to recieve the 10000£ granted by Parliament, 30.
Levally, Jo., appointed to Succeed Tithing Man at Frederica to Jo. Calwell in case of death or removal, 113.
Light house at Tybee, in danger of falling, 319.
Limerick, Ld., presents a petition to Parliamt. for a further Supply for Georgia, wch. meets with no opposition, but is refer’d to the Committee of Supply, 240.
Moves for 20000£ which is not opposed, 243.
Littel, Will., junr., Samuel Mercer appointed his Guardian, 82.
Liverpool, the Chamber of the town votes 50£ towards advancing the Colony, 15.
N.B. They never paid it.
Logie, Andrew, grant order’d him of 50 Acres in Savannah, 353.
Lomb, Sr. Tho., His approbation of the Trustees designs and Sense of Carolina Silk, 14. See Silk.
Louisiana, Monsr. Bienville the Governr. marches to attack the Chickesaw Indians, a nation dependent on the English, 154.
Is repulst with loss, 158.
Offers the Govr. of Augustine 5000 Men to assist him in case the English attack him, 144.
Lownds, Mr., offers a proposal for raising a considerable Sum of money without applying to Parliament, 59–60.
His proposal agreed to, 63.
He discovers his proposal to be a Lottery to be Set up in Scotland, 63.
Presents a new Proposal, 74.
N.B. Neither of these were relished.
Macbane, Laghlan, Indian Trader, a house & 500 acres mark’d out for him at Augusta, 168.
Takes 27 Servants of those Sent over at the Trustees charge, 371.
Macbane of Darien, returns to England to procure Servants for private persons, 217.
Proposes to the Trustees to advance the charge of them to be repaid by their Masters, 223.
The Trustees decline it till further explain’d, 223.
10.10.0£ order’d him, 234.
McGilivray, Archibald, a Town lot order’d him in Savannah, 98.
Grant past to him of 50 Acres, 106.
Mackay, Hugh, Esq., settler with many of the Scots who went with Capt. Dunbar in the Prince of Wales, and Settled in the County of Frederica at a place named Barnwells Bluff, which they named Darien, and afterwards New Inverness, 123–24.
Mackay, Hugh, Lieut., grant past him of 500 acres, 100.
Thanks order’d him and 100£ for his Services, 253.
Mackay, John, Esq., grant past to him of 500 Acres, 105.
Mackay, Patrick, Capt. of Compy. of Rangers, Turn’d out of the Trustees Service for misdemeanours, 114.
Mackay, Patrick, Esq., grant made him of 500 Acres, 105.
Settles on Wilmington Island without leave, & employs Negroes there, 319.
Maclaghlan, Danl., see Proposals.
Martin, Benj., appointed Secy, to the Trustees, 5.
His pamphlet entitled reasons for establishing the Colony of Georgia order’d to be printed, 5.
50£ order’d him for his Services, 37.
100£ order’d for his Services, 156.
50£ order’d him for his Services, 79.
75£ order’d him for ½ years Service to Christmass 1736, 234.
Memorial to the Treasury, order’d for recieving 10000£ Granted by Parliament, 32.
The money pd. to the Trustees, 32.
Messasippi, see Louisiana, 154.
Milledge, Jo., agreed that he Shall have his brothers house in Savannah, who consented thereto till he came of age, 65.
Miller, [Robert], approved for Botanist at Sr. Hans Sloans recommendation to Succeed Mr. Houston deceased, 43.
Agreemt. made with him, 45.
Instructions given him, 45.
Finds the Balsom Capivi & Balsom Tolu Trees, and the Ipicuana Root in different parts of America, 94.
Order for paying him a quarters Sallary, 98.
The Plants Set in Jamaica & grow, 111.
Reason why he did not Send them to Georgia, 119.
Seiz’d by the Spaniards in America, return’d to England, & informs the Trustees of the dissappointment of the expectations in collecting plants &c which he left at Jamaica, 176.
New Articles Sign’d with him, 211–12.
Writes from Jamaica that he had found the Ipicuana root alive, which he would Send to Georgia, 263.
Declines further Serving the Trustees, the Spaniards not Suffering him to Search their Province for plants & roots; but promises the beginning of next year to carry the Ipicuana root from Jamaica to Georgia, 366.
Missionaries, 50£ p ann. agreed to be their Sallary, 167–68.
Montague, D. of, thanks return’d him for his benefaction, 12.
Moore, Fra., appointed Recorder & Storekeeper at Frederica, 110.
20£ order’d him for ½ years Sallary endg. Christmas 1736, 234.
1000£ Sola bills issued to him, 247.
5 quarters Sallary order’d him from Oct. 1735 to Jany. 1736–7, 270.
Moore, Geo., grant made him of 400 acres, 31.
Moore, Robt., Esq., resigns his Office of Common Counsellor, 149.
Moravians, 100 of them designing to come over tho unsent for, orders Sent to Stop them, 69.
Ten of these people appear and desire to go to Georgia, and are promised that they Shall go, 72–73.
They embark, 75.
25 arrive to go to Georgia, 108.
Order for Sending them over, no. Sail with Capt. Cornish, 114.
In Georgia, laborious, & the best Subjects in the Province, 215.
The A.B. of Canterbury (Dr. Potter) pronounces them an Episcopal Apostolick Church, 236.
Two of them to be Catechists to the Negroes at Purysburg, by Agreement wth. Ct. Zinzendorf, 237.
More of these people proposed to be Sent, 240.
Depute persons from Georgia to repay the Trustees the money advanced to them, 369. See more Savannah.
Morrice, Eliz., petitions that Thomas her Son who is near out of his time may have a Servant, but is refused, 314.
Mount, ———, the Stationer, his proffer accepted to find the paper, if the Trustees will let him have the printing what they publish, 28.
Musgrove, Jo., Indian Interpreter, grant past to him of 500 acres, 109.
Musgrove, Mary, now Mathews, Indian Interpreter, desires she may have leave to appoint a Successor to her Lot, all the children by her late husband being dead, but if She obtains it, intends to quit the Colony, 292.
Mr. Jo. Wesley’s acct. of her Settlement in Sept. 1737, 308.
Newcastle, D. of, the Trustees Sence on a letter wrote to him by Mr. Oglethorpe, 176.
He desires the Trustees to State the matter of Monsr. Giraldini’s complaint against them, 203.
The Trustees write to him upon it, and answer those complaints, 206–07.
They write to him the danger the Chickesaw nation is in from the French, & recommend them to his care, 222.
They Send him a Copy of Mr. Oglethorpe’s Treaty with the Govr. of Augustine, 234.
They apprize him of the Spaniards design to attack Georgia, 253.
His answer, 254.
Lays the blame of the Spaniards falling out wth. us to Mr. Oglethorpes charge, 267.
Desired by the Trustees to Send for Jo. Savy, a Traitor who had Surrendered himself, in order to be examin’d, 317–18.
He desires a Committee of Trustees to be present at the examination, 327.
Copy of Capt. Hewet’s affidavit of the Spaniards design to invade Georgia, laid before him by the Trustees, 373.
New Ebenezer, Mr. Jo. Wesleys Acct. of it in Sept. 1737, 307.
Fowl allow’d the Saltsburgers, 325.
In 1736 they cultivated 150 Acres, 331.
In a little time they will want no assistance, 366.
New Inverness, the Same with Darien, where Situated, 147.
Obryen, Kennedy, Indian Trader, a house & 500 acres mark’d out for him at Augusta, 168.
Ogeeky River, Good proceedings of the Settlement on this River in 1736, 237.
Oglethorp, Ja., Esq., conducts the 1st Embarkation in person, 7.
Powers given him, 7.
Arrives at Charlestown, 15.
His proceedings, 19.
Powers given him to Set out &c 2500 acres, 35.
An accident befalls him, 39.
He designs for England, 39.
A bill of his refused acceptance for want of advice, 41.
Yet other of his bills accepted tho without advice, 42.
The Trustees complain to him of his negligence therein, and of his not Sending them information of his proceedings in Settling the Colony, 46.
Arrived from Georgia with Indians at Cows, 56.
Thanks given him for his good Services in Settling the Colony, 56.
Presents the Trustees petition to Parliament for money, 78.
Is offer’d the Governmt. of Carolina but refuses it, 79.
Moves in Parliamt. that Savannah may be declared a Free Port, which the House allows, 83.
Refuses the Govermt. of S. Carolina, 95.
Appointed Commissioner for executing the Act to maintain Peace with the Indians, 104.
Power granted him to Set out &c 10000 Acres granted for a new County in Georgia call’d Frederica, 105.
Powers of the Militia granted him, 105.
Embarks for Frederica, 14 Oct. 1735, 114.
Detain’d at Portsmouth, 117.
Great Hurt to the Trustees thereby, 117.
Arrives at Savannah 5 Feb. 1735–6, 129.
Writes to the Trustees to apply for more money to Parliament & Shews the necessity thereof, 140.
Sets out to view the utmost extent of the English Confederate Indians Southward of Georgia, 142.
Some particulars of his expedition, 143–44.
Builds Fort St. Andrews on Cumberland Island formerly call’d St. Pedro, 144.
His artifice to prevent the Governours attacking him, 158.
Buys up arms at Charlestown to prevent the Governours Supplying himself therewith, 154.
Draws too fast on the Trustees for money, 150.
His reason for it, 158.
Advises the Stopping Credit in Georgia by reason of the great distress it brings on the people, 158.
Answers Presidt. Broughtons complaint concerning the execution of the Rum Act and the Indian Trade Act in Georgia, 158.
Writes also to Mr. Jenys, Speaker of the Assembly of S. Carolina to Shew that the loss of the Indian Trade to that Province is rather an advantage than prejudice, 158–59.
Mr. Ri. Aliens arguments to the contrary, & proposal for reconciling the Two Provinces, 159–60.
Desired to be frugal, & draw no bills on the Trust, 167.
Yet draws fast on them, 196.
Sola bills order’d to be made out & Sent him, 168.
He orders Such Carolina Traders as have not taken out Licences in Georgia, and yet trade with the Indians belonging to Georgia, to be Seiz’d with their effects, 167.
Writes to the Trustees, that if the Carolinians be Suffer’d to infringe the Georgia Act for maintaining Peace with the Indians, as they aim to do, both Carolina and Georgia will be undone, and the Indians make war on both Provinces, 185.
Complains by letter to the D. of Newcastle of the opposition given by Carolina to the Laws of Georgia, & exposes the mischiefs that must attend it, 174–75.
His purpose at bottom to transfer the trade for Skins from Carolina to Georgia, 194–95.
He has a grant of 12000 acres near the Palachocolas Fort in Carolina, 212.
The Carolinians complain that he is turn’d merchant, & bought up Skins at a dear price, more than they pay, & thereby monopolized the Trade, 212.
He orders the laying out of a new Town call’d Augusta 250 miles from Savannah Town, 168.
Indefatigable in the Affairs of the Colony, 216.
But had yet taken no care to lay out land for religious uses, or to procure Catechists to instruct the Negroes at Purysburg, 216.
He cannot comply with the Trustees desire and advice to withdraw from the Southern Division, having already Settled the town of Frederica, built two Forts and garison’d them, and engaged Rangers for a year, 184–85.
Is against our Ministers going among the Indians to preach, till we have more to preach to our own people in Georgia to reform their Morals, 185.
Conceals from the Trustees the Governments Orders to him, 169.
Sends to the D. of Newcastle a Memorial of the Kings Right to Georgia, 169.
Visits the utmost Limits of the Kings possessions South of Georgia next the Spaniards, 174.
Agrees with the Govr. of St. Augustine to withdraw his garison from St. George’s Fort and evacuate the Islands, and to live in peace till the two Courts Should Settle the differences about bounds, 201–02.
Informs the D. of Newcastle of the preparations made by the French Govr. of Louisiana to attack Carolina, & of their falling on the Chickesaws, 174.
He prepares to return to England, 205.
Arrives in England, 223.
Thanks given him by the Trustees for his Services, 224–25.
His conference with Sr. Robt. Walpole touching Georgia & its defence, 231–33.
Sr. Robert agrees he Shall go over Govr. of the Troops of Carolina and Georgia, 143.
His Commission made out, but he refuses it unless a Regiment be given him, 255.
His Conversation with Sr. Robt. Walpole thereon, 273–74.
Charged by the D. of Newcastle with provoking the Spaniards, 267–68.
He puts too favourable an Acct. of Georgia into the Publick Prints, which Jo. Brownfield Register of the Province confutes by letter to the Trustees, 290–91.
Orders a Ship load of Madera wine for the use of the Colony without the Trustees knowledge, & his reason for so doing, 292–93.
His free answer to Sr. Robert Walpole, why the Trustees are averse to petitioning any more for money, but to have the Parliament Supply’s put into an Estimate, 293–94.
His warm discourse with Sr. Robert Walpole, on occasion of Mr. Giraldini the Spanish Ministers 2d Memorial, 296–97.
Says he will not go back to Georgia unless the Expences of the Province are put into an Estimate, 295.
Desires me to write him a letter concerning the Spanish Memorial, the necessity of sending a Military Force to defend Georgia, and putting the Trustees on an establishment for 7000£ a year, that he may shew it and make proper use of it, 301.
The Govermt. agree that he shall have a Regiment for the defence of Georgia, 303.
His conversation with Sr. Rob. Walpole thereon, 303–05.
He apply’s directly to the King, who approves of a different Scheme from that Sr. Robert was for, 304–05.
Grant order’d of 3000 acres to be divided among his Soldiers, 312.
In what manner to be divided, 316.
His having a Regiment prejudices some Trustees unreasonably against him, 334–35.
He disapproves the Trustees frugality in striking out of their Estimate the Military expences of the Colony, and often absents himself from the Board on that account, 356–57.
He strongly opposes granting new land to the Inhabitants of Highgate in lieu of their pine barren land, 342.
He sets out for Portsmouth by his Majesties express Order, to embark for Georgia 11 May 1738, 359.
N.B. Yet no Orders given for embarking the Stores that were to go with him, 360.
He breaks into the agreement made by the Trustees with Willm. Bradley, which is very displeasing to them, 359.
Order’d to set out the 3000 acres design’d for the Colony, 364.
He is suspected by the Trustees of ordering Mr. Tho. Causton to certifie Bills or Accompts, 368.
A House Building for him in the Cherokee Nation, unknown to the Trustees, 371.
He is greatly offended at the Privy Council’s instructions to the Trustees, for amicably adjusting the dispute wth. S. Carolina concerning the Indian Trade, and declares that if he were at leasure, he would come to town and protest against those instructions, 373.
Old Ebenezar, Mr. Jo. Wesley’s acct. of it in Sept. 1737, 307.
Old Savannah, al[ia]s Fort Moore, al[ia]s New Windsor, on the Savannah River 150 miles distant from Charlestown, the great mart of Carolina for the Indian trade, 194–95.
Olive Trees, will thrive well in Georgia, 154.
Ortman, Christn., 2500 acres granted to him in Trust for the Saltsburgers, 35.
Resolved that he be School master to teach the Saltsburg children the English tongue, 35.
Agremt. made with him for that purpose, 35.
Osabaw Island, 40 miles from Savannah, Some Acct. of it & great plenty of Wood there, 106.
Osborn, Lady, thanks return’d her for her benefaction, 14.
Page, Jo., Esq., Elected into the Common Council, 337.
Palachocolas Fort, Situated 24 miles above Purysburg, & 60 from Savannah on the Carolina Side of the River Savannah, given up by that Province to be garison’d by Mr. Oglethorpe with Georgians, 192–93.
Stands within 5 or 6 miles of the Uchee Indians, 193.
Palatin Brief money, the Trustees purpose to move the Parliamt. concerning moneys collected by Briefs in Q. Anne’s reign for the relief of Palatin Refugees, which moneys they were inform’d were not yet paid into the chamber of London, 40.
The Surviving Subscribers intend to petition the house, 44.
Sr. Robert Meredith presents the petition & the Same referr’d to a Committee, 44–45.
Paris, ———, Employ’d as Sollicitor by the Trustees, 225.
100£ paid him on account, 271.
Parker, Hen., 2800 acres granted him in Trust, 27.
Appointed 3d Bailif at Savannah, 68.
Appointed a Trustee of 2500 acres granted for the New Saltsburgers, 68.
Powers granted him to Set out &c the Said Acres, 68.
Promoted from 3d to 2d Bailif of Savannah, 104.
Allow’d 2 Trust Servants, and a present made him besides in consideration of his poverty and Services, 363.
Appointed 1st Bailif in Mr. Caustons room, 373.
Parker, Robt., junr., concern’d in an intended insurrection at Savannah, 83.
Parker, Robt., Senr., late Aldn. of Lynn, appointed 1st Constable of a new intended Vilage call’d Thorpe, 35.
His impertinence, 198.
Fly’s out of Georgia, 198.
Parker, Saml., appointed 2d Constable of Savannah, 8.
Parliamt., petition prepared for money to carry on the Settlement of the Colony, 20.
Corporation Seal put to it, 20.
Presented with his Majesties consent, 21.
10000£ granted, 22.
Grants 25000£ to the Trustees, 75.
Petition to Parliament order’d to be prepared for money to carry on the Settlement of the Colony, 76.
Seal put thereto, 77.
Alter’d and Seal put anew, 77.
Presented by Mr. Oglethorp, & refer’d to the Committee of Supply, 78.
An estimate of the necessary expences drawn up by Mr. Oglethorp for the Settlement & protection of the Colony, amounting to near 26000£, 78.
26000£ voted by the Committee of Supply, 79.
The Trustees considerations how to apply that Sum, 80–81.
Orders given for applying to the Treasury for the money, 86.
Grant of 10000£, 143.
Grant reed., 175.
The 20000£ granted last Session (1737) receiv’d, 290.
The Trustees petition again for money, 332.
8000£ granted them for the year, 1738, 337.
Parnel, Danl., appointed to Succeed Will. Allen as 2d Tithing Man of Frederica in case of death or removal, 113.
Pavey, Joseph, Indian Trader, a house & 500 acres mark’d for him at Augusta, 168.
Pedro Island, named Cumberland, 147.
Penkerton, ———, Ensign, apply’s for a Grant of 300 acres, 10–11.
Grant past to him, 11.
He declines it because of the Tenure in Tail male, 12.
Pen[n, William], Esq., Govr. of Pensilvanea, Thanks return’d him for his benefaction, 21.
Penrose, Jo., appointed Tything Man of Savannah, 8.
Percival, Ld. Jo., appointed 1st Presidt. of the Trustees by the Charter, and administers the Oathes of Office, 4.
Perkins, Saml., appointed a Trustee for 10000 Acres granted for the County of Frederica, 102.
A Coachmaker, and appointed 2d Bailif of Frederica, 110.
Piercy, Fra., made Publick gardiner at Savannah, 217.
Abandons Georgia in discontent against Mr. Causton, 331.
Appears before the Trustees, excuses his coming away & behaves uncivily, 372.
Plants, collected in the Spanish Dominions to be Sent to Georgia, 94.
Order’d that Sr. Hans Sloan be acquainted therewith, 98.
Polhill, Nathl., grant past to him of 150 acres, 37.
Pot Ash Compy., a bad character of them, 30.
Pratt, Tho., arrives from Georgia, and desires to Sell his Lot to Mr. Bovey, 82.
The Trustees forfeit his Grant for returning without Lycense, and order it to Mrs. Bovey, 82–83.
Grant thereof past to her, 84.
Preston, Geo., junr. of Valyfield, grant made him of 500 acres with leave to remain in Scotland, 318.
Prevost, David, grant past to him of the Widow Hughes lot in Savannah by her and John West her new husbands consent, 369.
Proctor, Tho., appointed a Trustee for 10000 Acres granted for the County of Frederica, 102.
Proposal, that their female and collateral branches may Succeed to lands by will of the deceased, order’d to be debated next Council day, 46.
Resolv’d that any younger child, male or female, Shall on their marriage to any person who has not lands already in Georgia, and will covenant to reside there, Shall have a grant to descend to his heirs male, 48.
The Unladers of coal at London complain of oppression in their wages and propose to the Trustees that if they will procure them an Act of Parliament to regulate their wages they will pay the Trust a Sum for every bushel unladed by them, which will arise to 26000£ p ann., 68.
Proposal from Case Billingsley, Esq., to discover a Scheme for raising a large Sum of money for the Service of the Colony, provided the Trustees will previously agree to give him half the profits, 86.
From the Canton of Apenzel to Send 2000 persons to Georgia, 238.
From Geneva to Send persons, 238.
From Ct. Zinzendorf to Send more Moravians, 240.
From Mr. Zuberbuller to carry over 150 Swiss, 252.
From Mathias Kramer to carry over Moravians; from Mathias Kramer to translate the book entitled, Reasons for establishing the Colony of Georgia, wrote by our Secretary, into High Dutch, 264.
10£ order’d him for his attendance, 270.
From Danl. Maclaghlan to carry over Cameronians, 253.
From Mr. Berry renewing his former proposal to go to Georgia to cut timber for the Navy, 239.
To take Parish children and Send them to Georgia, 305–06. See Lownds.
Swiss & German Protestants intended to be Sent to Purysburg, on a loan to them from his Majesty of 1200£, which when repay’d is to go to the maintenance of an English School in Purysburg, 72.
On the Carolina Side of the Savannah, 14
miles from Joseph’s town in Georgia, 192.
Pye, John, agreed with to be a clerk in the Stores, 252.
The Agreement Seal’d, 263.
Pytt, Hen., carpenter, grant past to him of 100 acres, 154.
Pytt, Rowland, iron-monger of Gloucester, grant past to him of 500 acres with Lycense to him not to go over, but reside in Engld., 112.
Quincy, [Samuel], B.A., Recommended for to go Minister to Georgia, & order’d to attend the Incorporate Society for their approval, 10.
Memorial to the Society for obtaining of them a Sallary for him, 12.
A Trust Servant allow’d him, 14.
Complains that 300 acres Set out for Religious Uses is all Pyne barren & good for nothing, 95.
Gone again from the colony to Charleston, 96.
The Trustees dissatisfy’d with his behaviour on Several Accts., 96.
He writes that a Successor may be appointed him, designing to return to England, 103.
Negligent of his duty, 108.
Recall’d even before his desire to be recall’d was known, 108.
Arrives, and gives a bad acct. of Savannah, 196.
Applys to the Trustees & makes Sevl. demands, and the Trustees reply thereto, 207–08.
Negligent in his duty, 244.
Ranier, ———, one of the Pot Ash Compy. declares he will not be concern’d with the others, 30.
Resigns his grant, 32.
Reading, ———, a Silk & cotton Dyer Settled at Rotterdam apply’s to go to Georgia and there Set up his trade, which the Trustees refuse in favour of the English Manufacture, 271.
Rice, see Savannah.
Roberts, Jo., lays claym to a Barony of 12000 Acres in Georgia, which the Trustees disallow, 72.
Rum, its pernicious effects in Georgia, 36.
Order of the Trustees to prohibit the use of it, and Stave what Shall be brought into the Province, 37.
Complaint made of the mischief done by Rum in Savannah, the use of which the Magistrates are not able to restrain, 366.
Rundal, Tho., D.D., elected a Trustee, 47.
Sacheveril, Joseph, 2800 acres granted him in Trust, 27.
NB—He went not over.
St. Andrews Fort, Mr. Macbanes account of it, that it Stands on the Continent 50 miles S. of Darien, on the N. Side of the Allatahama river, on a high Bluff, and commands the country round; Garison’d by 30 Men who can defend it against 300; A fine Well in the middle; Mr. Cuthbert Commandant; No Settlers there, 218. See Cumberland Island; Frederica.
St. Augustine, the Garison reinforced, 197.
The Govr. demands of Mr. Oglethorpe to deliver up Georgia, 201.
Treaty of pacification made with him, 201–02.
Makes preparations to attack Georgia, 235.
The Govr. who made the Treaty put in chains and Sent to Old Spain, 276.
Some appearance that they will not molest us, 266.
The Govr. Don Manuel Joseph de justitz assures Capt. Windham that he has no thoughts of attacking Georgia, 291.
Yet Sends 30 Spaniards to land on Amelia Island, who retreat on the Garrisons firing on them, 293.
His Indians attempt to surprise the Outguard at the Darien, 293.
His design to attack Georgia, 306.
Don Antonio Redondo, an Ingeneer, Sent Govr. in Don Josephs place who continues the preparations to attack Georgia, 314–15.
Confirmation of that design, 347.
Further Acct. of preparations for that end, 347.
Capt. James Howell’s affidavit concerning it, 348–49.
The Same confirm’d by the Speaker of the Assembly of S. Carolina, 349. See Frederica; Oglethorp.
St. Catherine Island, see Frederica.
St. Georges Fort, stands 60 miles South of the Limits of Georgia, 216.
Yet within the Limits of S. Carolina, 218–19.
Built by leave of the Indians who are mortal Enemies to the Spaniards, 219.
Garrison’d very Strong by Mr. Oglethorpe, 216.
Stands 50 miles South of Fort St. Andrews close to St. Juans river, which at that place is 3 leagues broad, but Some way higher up not half So much, 218–19.
Capt. Mackay commands there wth. generally 200 men, a great many cannon there but no Settlers, being So near the Spaniards (to whom it gives great umbrage) as to be in Sight of their advanc’d guard on the other Side of St. Juans river. Mr. Macbanes acct. of it, 219.
St. Juans River, the bounds between the English and Spanish bounds in America, 174.
St. Julian, Mr., see Scot.
St. Simons Island, richer ground than Rhode Island, 150.
Description of it, 157.
Joseph Cannon’s acct. of it, 210–11.
Mr. Jo. Wesleys Acct. of it in Sept. 1737, 309. See Frederica.
Sale, Will., 2500 acres granted to him in Trust, 35.
Saltsburgers, agreed to Settle a number of them in Georgia, 4.
Proposals considered, 11.
Order past for bringing over 50 families, 11.
Resolv’d to give 50 acres to every family, 18.
Amount of the collection made for them in England, 20.
Resolution of the Trustees with respect to a Sallary for their Minister, 23.
2500 acres granted in trust for their Township, 25.
Power Sent to Ausburg to collect Saltsburgers, 33.
A Minister & Catechist to be Supported by the Society for promoting Christian Knowledge, 33.
Proposal concerning a Sallary to the Minister, Catechist & Schoolmaster, made by the Trustees to the Christian Knowledge Society, 37.
Arrival of 40 Saltsburgers at Dover under Conduct of Monsr. Von Reck, 38.
The Trustees agree with them, 38.
Information that the 2d Set of Saltsburgers wrote for declined coming, 49.
Acct. reed, that they go prosperously on, and had cut a road 5 miles long, 59.
More to be Sent at the Expence of the Christian Knowledge Society, 59.
54 Chosen Saltsburgers Set out for Rotterdam in order to be ship’d for England, and from thence to Georgia, 65.
A Further grant of 2500 acres in Trust for the use of the new Saltsburgers going over, 67.
Powers granted to Set out &c the Same, 68.
John Vatt, conductor of the new Saltsburgers, appointed Secretary under the direction of their Ministers, 68.
The Trustees advance money to the Society for promoting Christian knowledge, for bringing Saltsburgers over to Settle in Georgia, which the Society is to repay, 98.
There arrive 46, together with 11 other Germans under the leading of Mr. Philip Von Reck of Ratisborn, 108.
They Sail on board the London Merchant, Capt. Thomas, 20
Oct. 1735, 114.
Arrive at Savannah 2 feb. 1735–6, 129.
They complain their land is bad, 121.
And remove 4 miles lower, 143.
The Christian Society repay the money advanc’d to them by the Trustees, 119.
Mr. Boltzius complains of hardships done them, 205–06.
Their complaints redrest, 236–37.
Sickness among them, but few died, 237.
Sandford, Cornelius, grant made him of 500 acres, 21.
Savannah, township and Town, Civil Government, Magistrates, Court of Oyer and Terminer, judges, jurors &c order’d, 7.
The Town begun to be built, 19.
Order for laying out 300 acres for the Church, 8.
Bad condition the Inhabitants are in, & the reasons, 141.
Distrest by their debts, 158.
Mr. Oglethorp advises to Stop credit, 158.
Apprehension that the Crop will fail, 95.
500 acres this year under corn, 98.
The Inhabitants may Subsist themselves if industrious, 108.
Liberty allow’d to Georgia to export Rice, 104.
Officers appointed for executing the Act, 104.
Seal put to their appointment, 117.
Officers appointed to put the Rum Act in execution, 104.
Officers appointed to put the Negro Act in execution, 104.
Officers appointed for the Indian affairs, 104.
The Commissioners of the Customs apply’d to, to make out Bonds and Lycenses for a Collector, Comptroller and Searcher at Savannah to be named by the Trustees, 107.
State of the Publick Garden, 96–97.
The Mulberry Trees in it Succeed prodigiously well, and most, if not all the Inhabitants will in 2 years be Supply’d with them, 100.
By the Fall, many thousands will be ready to give the planters, 103.
Silk will assuredly Succeed in Georgia, but will cost money to advance it, 97.
The Silk Sent over Shewn to her Majesty, and highly extoll’d by Sr. Thomas Lomb, 102.
Encouragemt. intended to be given for raising it in South Carolina, 154.
Bailifs and Officers, Gratuities order’d them, 98.
Great abuse in erecting the Light house, 143.
Births, marriages & deaths in Savannah from 1 feb. 1732–33 to 13 Sept. 1735, 120–21.
Mr. Quincy’s Acct. thereof, 196.
P. Thickness’s acct. thereof, 209–10.
Capt. Jenkins Acct. thereof, 238.
Mrs. Stanley’s Acct. thereof, 243–44.
Mr. Cha. Wesleys Acct. thereof, 215.
Mr. Macbanes Acct. thereof, 217.
No lands for Religious Uses yet Set out, 216.
The fine wood that Shelter’d it cut down by the Inhabitants, 277.
The Inhabitants mostly idle & will never come to good; many upon Striking them off the Stores were purposing to go away, but their Creditors detain’d them, upon which Some made themselves over Servants to work out their debts, 219.
Two thirds of them in debt; Mr. Oglethorpes expedient for their paying, by giving them leave to Sell their house & 5 acre lot, and wth. the remainder of their money to oblige them to Settle on their 45 acre lots, 224.
Why excusable for not having cultivated their lands, 257.
They get Rum notwithstanding the Magistrates care to prevent it; yet are healthy tho not So at Ebenezar, 219.
But for that purpose cut down the Wood that Sheltered the town from the East Winds which will make it less healthy, 277.
A great number idle, 237.
Yet in 1736 raised a Sufficient quantity of Corn for their Support, 237.
The Grand jury present the Carolina Memorial against the Trustees as Scandalous, unwarrantable, unjust &c, 168.
And petition the Trustees against it, 229.
The Constables & Tything Men refractory to do duty of Watch & Ward, and assume to chuse their own Officers, 237.
The Inhabitants desire to chuse their own Bailifs, 257.
The Number of Inhabitants 24 feb. 1736–7, 238.
The number of children born, and brought into the world by Mrs. Stanley the Publick Midwife from the first embarkation 3 Nov. 1732 to the end of 1736, & the number of them deceased, 243.
Much Sickness to the Westward of the Town, but few died, 237.
An Island in the River 10 or 12 miles distant from the town where the Trustees cattel may be kept safe, 209–10.
Mr. Jo. Brownfield gives acct. that the Inhabitants are discouraged, and have cultivated little; that the Stores are empty, and the 1st Bailif has no mony to employ workmen. That the Fort which was begun & now left unfinish’d, is more capable to annoy than defend the town, 290–91.
Mr. John Wesleys Acct. of it in Septbr. 1737, 306.
The Inhabitants mutinous, and the Constables and Inferior officers refractory to Orders, 293.
Above 100 idle persons have left it in 2 months, 331.
State of the peoples cultivation, 303.
Which is much neglected, 325.
A very unruly Spirit in the people, 323.
A set of malecontents exclaim against the Tenure in Tail Male, and at the not allowing the use of Negroes, and they poison the peoples minds, 325.
They persuade the people not to trust the conveyance of their letters to England in Mr. Stephens hands, lest the Trustees should possess themselves of them, 367.
The names of some of these Mutineers, 367.
They are Such as Seldom attend Divine Service, 366.
The Colony wants money and provisions everywhere, and has a melancholly aspect, 320.
The Inhabitants raised corn last year sufficient to supply the wants of half the Colony, 331.
Many Inhabitants more industrious this year than before, 366.
But most of the new born children die, which is imputed to the Parents diseases, and their drinking spirituous liquors, 343.
The Inhabitants apprehension of the Spaniards so great that the Magistrates publish an order that none depart the Colony, to prevent their flight, 347.
State of the Publick garden, 299–300.
The Light house at Tybee in danger of falling, 319.
A passage boat wanting between Georgia & Carolina, 325.
The land at Highgate not So bad as reported, but the Lotts of Some worse than others, and most will not yield a produce Sufficient to maintain the Owners and their Servants, and to raise money to buy new Servants, 343.
The Sober part of the Inhabitants pleased with the Revd. Mr. Whitfield, 366.
The Moravians Settled at Savannah apply to the Trustees that they may not be obliged to fight in defence of themselves & the Colony, being against their principle, and their request is allow’d, 291, 295.
But they are required to find 2 Men, not of their persuasion, to fight in their room, 295. See Georgia.
Savy, Jo., a vile fellow, occasions an allarm that the Spaniards design to attack Georgia, 267.
A Traitor to Georgia, acct. of him; writes to the Trustees that he is coming home to cast himself at their feet, 314–15.
Writes again to them from Pendennis Castle where he ly’s a prisoner, 317.
The Trustees send copy’s of his letter to the D. of Newcastle, and desire he may be Sent for to town & examin’d, 318.
He arrives, & the Duke desires a Committee of the Trustees may be present from time to time at his examination, 327.
Saw Mill, Sent to Georgia, 170.
500£ insured on it, 171.
Scot, Fra., powers granted to him and Monsr. St. Julian to Set out &c 2500 acres in Mr. Oglethorps absence, 35.
Seeds, of the White mulberry tree & other plants, order’d to be Sent over, 12.
Servants, order past that for the future No Servt. when out of his time Shall have more than 20 acres, 17.
40 Irish Servants purchased for the Trustees use, 40.
Geo. Lewis Wentz agreed with to bring over 100 German Servants, 83.
The Agreement alter’d, 84.
Trust Servants Sent over, 85.
Seal put to their Indentures of more Servants, 86.
The number taken to 9 June 1735, 87–88.
On the Trust, Seal put to their Indentures, 100.
Their Scruples to go, 100.
Transport of 23 Servants for the use of private persons, advanc’d by the Trust upon lands, 118.
At Savannah, a Sad Crew, 367.
27 of them taken by Mr. Macbane for the use of Indian Traders tho paid for by the Trustees, 371.
Settlements in Georgia, Jany. 1733–4, & number of Souls fed by the Trustees, 39–40.
Silk of Georgia, highly extoll’d by Sr. Tho. Lomb, 81.
The favourable prospect of its Succeeding in Georgia, 179.
The Queen misinform’d about it, 258–59.
The worms look healthy, and great quantity of Silk may be expected in a little time, 349.
Plenty of Mulberry trees in Mr. Caustons garden, 344.
The early leaves of the Mulberry trees cut off by the winds in March 1737/8, 366.
The Chickesaw Indians offer if instructed, to bring to Savanah great quantities of Silk, having numbers of Mulberry trees in their Country, 252.
Silk Men, engaged to go over, 9.
Grants past to them, 11.
Order for a machine for winding Silk, 21.
The Same delivered to the Trustees, 22.
Skea, an Indian Warriour, designedly destroyed by Joseph Watson by drinking him to death, 78.
A present order’d to his relations to pacify them, 79.
Skidaway, improvments go on well there in 1736, 237.
Mr. Jo. Wesleys Acct. of the condition of the Island, Vilage, & Fort in Sept. 1737, 308.
Sloop, of 8 guns, apply’d for to protect the Settlement, 10.
Smalwood, Saml., appointment to be clerk of the Stores, 276.
Smith, Saml., application to Ld. Chancellor to give him a Living, 43.
Elected into the Common Council, 336.
Society Incorporated for propagating Christianity in foreign parts, apply’d to by the Trustees for a Sallary to a Minister, g.
Sola Bills, projected to be issued in Georgia, and the Banks opinion to be had thereon, 98.
The Bank made no objection thereto, 99.
4000£ in Sola Bills order’d to be made out, 99.
Application made to the Treasury that 1000£ may be Sent over in Shillings & Sixpences by the Trustees to circulate their bills, 99.
Seal put thereto, 100.
Seal put to 4000£ Sola bills, 111.
Order for appropriating 4000£ in the Bank to answer those bills, 111.
Order for making out 1000£ more in Sola bills, 156.
Send away, 199.
1500£ of them order’d to be return’d, 225.
Their great credit in America, 265.
Order’d to be made out, 299.
Order’d to be cancelled, 283.
Order’d to be return’d from Georgia to pay certified Accts., 330.
Sollicitor Genl., order’d to be retain’d by the Trustees in the cause of Watson, 246–47.
S. Carolina, their Representation to the King and Council against the Magistrates of Savannah presented by the Gr. Jury of Savannah as Scandalous &c, 168.
Proceedings of the Assembly against the Georgia Act for regulating the Indian Trade, 171–72.
Mischiefs that would attend a breach into the Act, 174–75.
Substance of the Assembly’s Representation, 178–79.
Their malice to Georgia, 214–15.
Appoint a Committee to Settle differences wth. Mr. Oglethorpe, 183.
Their proposalls, and Mr. Oglethorpes answer, 186–88.
They excite the Spaniards against Georgia, 196.
And the Uchee Indians to fall on the Saltsburgers, 196.
They lodge their Memorial with the Council Board, 211.
Answer’d by a Counter Memorial from the Trustees, 229.
The Board of Trade fix a day for hearing, 267.
Yet at the desire of Carolina go off from it, 268.
The hearing proceeded on, 275.
The Assembly write to Mr. Horace Walpole their weak condition, & apprehension that Gr. Britain abandons them, 267.
The 3d hearing of the Board of Trade in the dispute between the Two Provinces, and the Boards great partiality to Carolina therein, 283.
The Boards further partiality in putting 2 questions to the Attorney & Sollicitor Genl. before they make their Report, 285.
We desire a Copy of those questions but are refused them by the Board, 285–86.
We desire a copy of the Attorney Genl., 286.
He at length allows a transient view of the, with his opinion which is our favour, 297–98.
The Board make a most partial Report in favour of Carolina, 302.
The Trustees resolve to petition the King and Council for a hearing against that Report, 316.
Brief for our Counsil Settled, 323.
We order our case to be printed, and given to the Committee of the Privy Council, 328.
The 1st days hearing before the Committee of Council, 330.
2d Hearing, 330.
3d Hearing, 332.
And final resolution, 369–70.
Divided in their affections to Georgia, but her Enemies most prevalent, 319.
They refuse to deliver up our Run away Servants, 319.
They open our letters, 326.
Their malice & Rancour Seems to abate upon hearing that Col. Oglethorpe is made Commander in chief of their Forces, 343.
Spaniards, see St. Augustine.
Speaker of the H. of Commons, thanks order’d to him for his favourable expressions of the Trustees designs in his Speech to the King on the Throne, 27.
Squire, Botham, embarks for Georgia, 12–13.
Stanley, ———, D.D., of Liverpool, recommends 5 persons to be Sent on the charity acct. to Georgia, 121.
Stanley, Mrs., publick Midwife of Savannah, her Acct. of the Town, 243–44.
Advanc’d 5 guineas to be repaid in Georgia, 247.
Advanc’d more 2 guineas, 270.
Stanyer, Jo., of Skidaway, desires leave to quit his grant, the same refer’d to be consider’d of, 318.
Stayley, ———, a Potter, order to be taken up, for accepting the Kings money to go to Georgia, and then withdrawing himself, 116.
Stephens, Tho., Son of Will. Stephens, Esq., Sails for Georgia, 313.
Stephens, Will., Esq., extract of his journal up the River Savannah, 192–95.
Runs land out for Col. Horsey, 193.
Offers his Service to the Trustees, 230.
Appointed their Secrety. in Georgia, 259–60.
Agreemt. made with him, 260.
Instructions publick and private given to him, 264.
Grant made to him of 500 acres, 264.
His Commission to be Secretary of the Province Seal’d, 294.
Order’d to take care of the Inhabitants letters to forward them to England, 364.
But they are practiced upon not to trust him wth. them, 367.
Sterlings Bluff deserted, Mr. Jo. Wesley’s Acct. of the Settlement in Sept. 1737, 309.
Stirling, Hugh, grant past to him of 500 acres, 36.
Stirling, Will., grant past to him of 500 acres, 36.
Subscriptions, letter agreed on by the Trustees for this purpose, 4.
Families come to Rotterdam proposing to go to Georgia, and recommended by Mr. Horatio Walpole & Ld. Harrington. The Trustees reply they have not mony to Send them, 70.
Arrival of 80 of them to be follow’d by more, 72.
Objections made by them to the conditions on which they are to go, and the Trustees reply thereto, 74.
87 of them resolve to go, 75.
Tailfer, Patrick, grant past to him of 500 acres, 35.
Surgeon, a proud busie fellow, writes to the Trustees that Negroes may be Suffer’d in Georgia & Sets forth his reasons, 103.
Talbot, Will., Esq., elected Trustee, 47.
Talbot, Ld., elected into the Common Council, 244.
Sworn in, 247.
Resigns his Office of Common Council Man, pretending he wants time to attend the Service, 336.
His true reason, 336.
Tanner, his Acct. of the Indians & Indian Traders, 272–73.
Taylfer, Patrick, a principal Mutineer in Savannah, 367.
Tenure in Tail male, motion made to consider the expedience of excluding heirs female from inheriting, but not Seconded, 76.
Motion to alter it in favour of Female Succession, Opposed, 95–96.
Arguments against it, 96.
Again objected to, but Still adhered to, 229.
The Inhabitants of Savannah are uneasie to have it alter’d, 325.
The Trustees debate thereon, 340.
Terry, Will., grant past to him of 200 acres, and ground for a house in Savannah, 35.
Thomas, [William], Capt. of the Ship the 2 Brothers, agreed with to transport to Purysburg 200 Swiss & Germans at the Kings expence who lends them 1200£, 72.
Sails 23 Jan. 1734–5 with but 122, the King reducing his loan of 1200 to 600£, 75.
Sails for Georgia with 5 males and 1 female 18 June 1736, 170.
His demands for demurrage and bringing over Mr. Oglethorpe allow’d, 240.
Agreemt. with him to carry over Scots Servants, 262.
Apply’s for Mrs. Wests 50 acre lot that he may afterwards Sell it for a debt her husband owes him, and the Trustees answer, 271–72. See Embarkations.
Thorp, a new vilage design’d in Georgia, 35.
Thunderbolt Fort and Settlement, Mr. John Wesleys Acct. thereof in Septbr. 1737, 308.
Tirconnel, Ld., Seconds the Motion in Parliamt. for granting the Trustees 10000£, 143.
Tomachachi, Sends the Trustees a present of Skins, which they order to be Sold for the use of the Colony, 156. See Indians.
Towers, Christr., Esq., elected into the Common Council, 336.
Tracy, Robt., elected a Trustee, 47.
Moves the Parliamt. for 8000£, and is Seconded by Mr. Frederick, which is granted, but the Noes encrease, 337.
Elected into the Common Council, 336.
Trip, Tho., a Carpenter, recommended by the Trustees for a Lot of 50 acres, 37.
Trustee Boards, number of them held this 1st year, 25.
2d year, 53.
3d year, 87.
4th year, 160–61.
5th year, 278.
6th year, 374.
Trustees, appointed by the Charter, 3.
New Trustees elected, 16.
1000£ granted them by Park., 10 May 1733, 21.
Elected this 2d year, 47.
Petition Parlt. for money, 46.
Retain the Attorney & Sollicitor General in the cause agst. Sarah Watson’s petition, 246–47.
Their answer to Watsons complaint not Satisfactory to the Attorney Genl. because too general, 257.
They object to answer particularly & argue the case and danger of it, 257.
The Attorney Genl. now of opinion they Should not make themselves Parties, but answer only by way of information, 261.
Again Starts new difficulties, to which the Trustees Reply, 267.
They defer making further answer to Watson’s petition till the Attorney Genl. gives his opinion on two questions, and their reasons for it, 268.
He now again thinks the Trustees are Parties, 269–70.
They represent to the Council board the case of Watson & their proceedings therein, 273.
They order Joseph Watson to be Set at liberty, if found in his Senses, 274–75.
They make a Second order that if found in his Senses Sentence be past on him according to the Verdict, 275.
Trustees proceedings on the Anniversary day , 244–46.
They order that Archibald Hodges, his wife & child who go on their own charges to have provisions out of the Stores, 266.
They agree with Captn. Wragg to bring over 80 foreign Servants from Holland, 271.
They decline Mr. Zuber-bullers proposal to carry Swiss Servants, 265.
They Order 40 Trust Servants to cultivate Bouverie Farm, & that an annual Acct. of the Farm be kept distinct, 263.
They Order fire arms to be Sent by Capt. Thompsons Ship, 259.
They Order Mr. Causton to inform them of the State of Watsons mind, 273.
They refuse to let a Silk & Cotton Dyer go to Georgia, that the Manufacture of England may not be injured, 271.
They order a gratification to Capt. Dempsy for his Services, 247.
Satisfaction order’d to Mr. Jo. Vatt for his Services in Georgia, 275–76.
A Puncheon order’d for cancelling Sola Bills, 247.
Recall 1500£, 225.
They Order 433£ to Mr. Oglethorpe to answer Sola bills, which is to be repaid the Trust, & draw on the Bank for the Same, 265–66.
Sola bills, Sent to Mr. Oglethorpe, 208–09.
Sola bills order’d to be cancel’d, 240.
And 3150£, 168.
Seven casks of Skins from Georgia, order’d to be Sold, 252.
Skins & Rice from Georgia order’d to be Sold, 225.
3068 pd. Weight of Skins Sold for 419. 9. 2, at 2.8½ p pd., 276.
Copies of advices received of the Spaniards design to attack Georgia, Sent to the D. of Newcastle, 253.
They present to him a Memorial of the Kings Right to Georgia, 169.
They are desired by the Duke to answer the Spanish Ministers complaint against us, & the Board of Trade also desire a conference thereon, 204.
The Trustees agree on a letter to the Duke in answer to the Spanish Ministers complaint, 204.
They recommend the Chickesaw Nation to the Dukes protection, 222.
They Send the Duke a copy of Mr. Oglethorpes treaty of pacification wth. the Govr. of St. Augustine, 234.
Order Arms to be Sent for the people’s use, 240.
Four new Laws order’d to be prepared, 253.
The Trustees who were appointed to prepare them decline it, 263.
Counsellor Mason appointed thereto, 263.
They receive from Mr. Bromfeild their Register a bad Acct. of the State of the Colony, 257.
Their bad Situation on many accounts, 184.
Write to Mr. Oglethorpe to draw no more bills on them, & insist on frugal management, 167.
Are frighten’d at the large drafts he makes on them, 196.
They order Mr. Causton to Stop as much as he can the peoples running in debt, and to put them to labour, 171.
They reject German Servants brought as far as Rotterdam by Mr. Wantz for want of money, 183.
They refuse to pay Capt. Dunbar for the transport of 31 Servants carry’d for the use of private persons, & why, 183–84.
They comply at last, 190.
They decline advancing Servants to private Settlers who went on their own account to Darien & had proposed to repay for them in Georgia, 223.
They reject Mr. Berry’s proposal to go to Georgia & cut timber for the Navy because he asks too much money, 239.
They advertise that they will answer no bills drawn on them but only their own Sola bills, 196.
The other Colonies greatly pleased therewith, 217.
They refer it to a Committee to consider of appointing a Fast in Georgia, 275.
They write to Mr. Oglethorpe that they cannot Support him in anything done by him beyond the Limits of the Province, 176.
Debate thereon, 189–90.
But afterwds. pay it, & why, 226.
They Send Mr. Oglethorpe a calculation of expences, and desire what can be Saved thereout may be apply’d to the cultivation of Lands, 167.
They also Send him a computation of the charge for provisions for next years Subsistence of those who went on the poor acct., 167.
They reprehend Mr. Oglethorpe for not writing to them, 212–13.
The Board of Trade appoint a day, and then recede from it, 269.
They represent to his Majesty & Council the injury of the Carolinians opposing the Georgia Act for maintaining peace with the Indians, 225.
They produce Affidavits to Support that Representation, 229.
They Appoint William Stephens their Secrety. in Georgia, 259–60.
The Oath of Office administer’d him, 264.
Private & Publick Instructions given him, & the latter Seal’d, 264.
Grant past to him of 500 acres, 264.
Hugh Anderson appointed Inspector of the Publick garden & Mulberry trees, 189.
They Order payment of Mr. Millar the Bottonists Sallary, 189.
And make a new agreement with him, 211–12.
They order 300 acres in Trust for Religious uses at Frederica, 263.
Seal put to the Grant thereof, 276.
They agree that 50£ p annm. be the Sallary of the respective Ministers, 167–68.
They are offended at a disrespectfull [resolution] Sent them by the Incorporate Society for propagating the Gospel in foreign parts, 220.
They refer it to a Committee to consider of a Plan for a church in Georgia, 276.
They pass Grants to Tho Boyd & David Blair of 500 acres each, 190.
They insure 500£ on a Saw Mill Sent over, 171.
They resolve that any 5 of the Common Council may draw on the Bank for a certain Sum, 171.
They receive the 10000£ granted last Session, 175.
They prepare a petition for a further Supply, 238.
Seal put thereto, 239.
Present it, 240.
Move for 20000£ and obtain it, 243.
Calculation of the Services for which money was wanting, 239.
They renew their application to the Board of Trade for an answer & report on their Memorial for Cannon, 212.
The Boards answer in a conference, 212.
The Trustees reply, 213–14.
They instruct Mr. Von Reck to bring over more persecuted Protestants, 223.
They purchase 8 Servants of Mr. Jo. Mackay in Georgia for 120£, 235.
They redress the Saltsburgers complaints, 236–37.
They direct Mr. Causton to be easie with the Constables and Tything Men, till a Militia Act be past, 238.
Thanks order’d to Mr. Oglethorpe, Capt. Windham & Capt. Gascoign for their Services in Georgia, 224–25.
Trustees of Georgia, their proceedings [1737–38] in order of time: June 1737.
They cancel Sola bills, 283.
They write to Sr. Robt. Walpole to desire the expences of the Colony may for the future be put into an Estimate, and they not obliged to petition the Parliament, 284.
They direct a Memorial to the Treasury for obtaining the £20000 granted them by Parliament, 284.
A Plan of a church for Georgia thought of, and a builder desired to give an estimate thereof, 284.
An Estimate given, 287.
They refuse to allow of dividing Lotts, 286.
They give leave to Peter Gordon late Bailif of Savannah to Sell his Lot, 286.
They appropriate money to divers Uses, 287–88.
July. They reject Mr. Vatts Memorial for further consideration of his Services, 288.
They order Robt. Hows house to be rebuilt, which was burnt by accident, 288.
They give a letter of Attorney to their Accompt. Mr. Verelts [Verelst] to receive the 20000£ granted by Parliamt., 289.
They consider of makeing 3 New laws: 1.
Against gaming & running in debt. 2. against Luxury in Aparel. 3.
For allowing of Indian Evidence, 216.
They Order an Extract to be made out of their books of all Orders and Instructions Sent over at different times to Georgia, to which no returns appear to have been made, 289–90.
Their Answer to Mr. Von Reck, 290.
They receive a bad Acct. of the State of Savannah, 290–91.
They allow the Moravians request not to bear arms to defend the Colony, 291–92.
Committee of Embarkation appointed, 288.
August. They seal Mr. Stephens Commission to be Secrety. of the Province, and order a Committee to prepare his Instructions, 294.
They put the Seal to the appointments of the Courts of Savannah and Frederica to try Offences agst. the Rum Act, 294.
They Send over 2 Clerks for the Stores at Savannah, & 1 for the Stores at Frederica, 295.
They approve of Striking off all idle people from the Stores who had not cultivated land, 295.
They Order the Constables to take care that the peoples arms are kept clean, and repaired, 295.
They order Mr. Causton to oppose the Constables attempt to introduce Martial law, & recommend Unity, 295.
They order that the Moravians be not obliged to take arms to defend the Colony, but that they find 2 Men for that purpose, 295.
They recommend that Noble Jones Survey & Set out the peoples lotts to the Westward of Savannah, 295.
They write to the Magistrates of Savannah to put the laws into execution, particularly that relating to Rum, 295.
They order Mr. Tho. Hawkins, 1st Bailif of Savannah to give them an Acct. of the Divisions at Frederica, & to write regularly to them, 295.
They present a Memorial to his Majesty, declaring their inability to defend the Province from the Spaniards, without a Military force Sent over, 298.
They order Mr. Oglethorpe to issue to Fra. Moore 650£ in Sola bills for the Service of Georgia, and that he date them as in November 1736 before he left the Colony, 298.
They order the making out 4850£ more in Sola Bills, 299.
They order payment of 26£ to Mr. Daniel Booth for making the Queens Silk, 299.
They order gowns for the Magistrates of Savannah, 299.
They order 1000£ Sola Bills to Mr. Causton, and that he Send an Acct. of what demands remain unsatisfy’d, 301.
They order the Seal of the Town Court of Savannah to be kept under lock and key by 2 Magistrates, together with the books and papers of Record, 301.
They prepare Establishments for Savannah & Frederica, 301.
Septembr. They write to Ct. Zinzendorf to Satisfy him concerning the Moravians, 303.
They Send a Surgeon to the Saltsburgers, 305.
Proposal consider’d for sending Parish children, 305–06.
My objections thereto, 306.
October. They order 1500£ in Sola bills to be Sent to Georgia, 310.
Report made them of the State of their Cash on 30 Sept. 1737, and of Services to be Supply’d, 310–11.
They order a Copargilt Mace for the Magistrates of Savannah, 312.
They refuse to advance money to Capt. Wrag in pt. of his agreement to transport the Palatin Servants & why, 312.
Grants of lands in the nature of church leases desired, but refused by the Trustees, 312.
They order that any 5 of the Common Council may draw on the Bank as far as 5000£ as occasion shall require, 312.
They Grant lands to Lieut. Cochran, Majr. Cook, Col. Oglethorpes Soldiers, Jo. Amory, & Robt. Hay, 312–13.
They send direction to Mr. Causton, concerning the Palatin Servants, 313.
November. They resolve to petition the King & Council for a hearing against the Board of Trade’s report, 316.
The Petition drawn up, 316.
They write to the D. of Newcastle to send for Jo. Savy a Traitor to town, to be examin’d, 317–18.
Their Orders for taking care of their Cash, 318.
They pass divers Grants of land, 318–19.
December. They examine and approve their annual Acct. from 9 June 1736 to 9 June 1737, 320.
They order 500 whole deals to be bought for building a Church at Savannah, 321.
They order publick advertisements that no more certified bills or Accts. from Georgia will be paid by them, and that all future payments Shall be made in Sola bills, 321.
They grant 500 acres to Capt. Wood, 322.
They Settle their Counsel Brief to plead before the Privy Council, 323.
They appoint a Committee to be present at Jo. Savy’s examination, at the request of the D. of Newcastle, 327.
They send back certified bills to Mr. Causton for him to pay in Georgia, and declare to him they will pay no more of them, but he must pay these out of the Sola bills that were Sent to him, 327–28.
They order a brief of their Case to be printed, and presented to the Committee of Privy Counsel against the hearing against the Board of Trades Report, 328.
They Return certified Accts. to Georgia to be paid there, 329.
They order publick notice in Georgia that they will pay no more certified Accts. or bills, 329.
They attend the hearing before the Committee of Privy Counsel, and the names of the Lords present, 330.
February. They agree to pay certified Accts. that Should be Sent them before their orders for certifying no more arrived in Georgia, but order Mr. Causton to Send back to them 2000£ of the Sola bills supposed to be in his hands, to enable their payment of Said bills, 320.
They give instructions to their Council to reply to the Council of the other side at the hearing before the Committee of Council, 337.
They petition the Parliament for money, 332.
Several Common Counsellors, observing the great debts contracted by Mr. Causton, and disgusted with Sr. Robt. Walpole for obliging the Trustees to petition the Parliamt. for money, contrary to his promise, think of quitting, 333.
March. They make alterations in their Estimate of 8000£ for the ensuing years expences, and Separate the Civil concerns of the Colony from the Military, which last they think not reasonable for them to defray, 334.
Several Trustees resign & give their reasons, 334–35.
Others cool in their zeal, 340–41.
They meet on the Anniversary day and elect into the Common Council Robert Tracy, Hen. Archer, Christopher Towers, John Page Esqr. and the Revd. Mr. Saml. Smith, as also into the Trustee Body, Sr. Hen. Gough & Sr. Roger Burgoign Barts., 336.
They order an enquiry how the Trustee Servants have been disposed, 338.
Order for enquiring how the Silk & Mulberry trees go on in Georgia, 338.
Articles in the Estimate to be alter’d, 339.
They debate whether to alter the Tenure in Tail Male in favour of Females, 340.
They remove Mr. Causton from being Storekeeper, 339.
They agree to put down the Public Store, 340–42.
Their affairs reported about town to be under bad management, and desperate, 340.
The Members cool in their Zeal, 340.
April. Acct. received that the Silk worms are dead for want of leaves, 344.
The Trustees Send a Cargo of flour and other provisions from Pensilvanea to Georgia, 344.
They Send druggs and medicines to Frederica, 345.
They order Flint Stone, Iron and Steel to Georgia towards building a church, 345.
They order a payment in pt. to Capt. Wrag on Acct. of Palatin Servants transported by Capt. Hewet, 345.
A long debate about altering the Tenure in Tail male, 345–47.
They advance to Mary Cooper the Rent of her house in Georgia, 345.
They grant leave to Peter Gordon late Bailif of Savannah to part with his house & Lot to Majr. Cooks daughters, 345.
They write to Georgia that they will not alter the Tenure of lands in Tail Male, 345.
They agree to Abraham DeLyons proposal to lend him 200£ for propagating vines, upon Security to repay the Same in 6 years, 348.
Their proceedings on a Memorial of Capt. Thompsons concerning Servants carry’d over by him on his own account, 348.
They pass Grants to Capt. Alexr. Heron of 500 acres, & 3000 acres to Protestants who Shall joyn the Colony & take up 50 acre lotts, 349–50.
They reject Capt. Hewets demand, 350.
They Order an Acct. to be taken of what Work the Trust Servants have done at the Darien, and how their labour has been apply’d for the benefit of the Trust, 351–52.
They charge to Mr. Caustons Acct. 44 Servants carry’d over at Capt. Thompsons the Owners risk, but taken by Said Causton as Trust Servants, and by him disposed to private persons on Credit without orders, 351–52.
They Order Inspectors to enquire how Will. Bradley has employ’d the Trust Servants, 351.
They order an Act to be prepared for the better executing the Act against Rum, 353.
They order Capt. Thomas to give them an Estimate for building a Church in Georgia, 352.
They give order to pay for 2 Sea boats, 352.
They appoint Robert Gilbert to be 3d Bailif in late Jo. Dairns room, 353.
They appoint Jo. Clark to be Secy, of the Indian affairs, in the room of the Revd. Mr. Jo. Wesley, 353.
They think of Striking off all Expence of labour & Credit, and to Subsist none but those they are obliged to by contract, 353.
They agree that all Reports of Committees of Correspondence may be enter’d in a book, 354.
They strike off the Military Expences of the Colony, and Settle whst expences Shall be paid for the future, 354–57.
They order that any 5 of the Common Council may draw on the Bank to pay Sola bills, 351.
They Order that Mr. Henry Parker, Will. Stephens, Esq. & Mr. Tho. Causton or any two of them fill up the Blanks of their Sola bills and issue them, and that they Sign the Account of the Issues of the, Shewing to whom & for what Service each issue was made, 356.
They make an Establishment for the year beginning MidSummer 1738, 357–58.
They order the remains of Stores at Savannah to be put under the care of Mr. Thomas Jones, 358