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Assembly of Province, 46
Assize of Arms, 1
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Atwood, Isaac, 129
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Balfour, Nesbitt, 117
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Battle of Cowpens, 108
Battle of Germantown, 118
Battle of King's Mountain, 141
Battle of Cross Creek, 146
Battle of Moore's Creek, 146
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Bellomont, Earl of, 24
Bernard, Governor Francis, 12, 73
Blackstone, William, 66
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Boorstin, Daniel, 6
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Boston Tea Party, 115
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Bradstreet, Governor, 18
Brant, Joseph, 119-121
Brodhead, Daniel, 135
Brooke, Chidley, 19
Browne, Montefort, 113, 145
Brush, Crean, 116
Bryan, Morgan, 149
Bull, William, 33
Burgoyne, John, 117, 119, 177
Butler, John, 106, 120
Butler's Rangers, 108
Cadet, The, 79
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Campbell, John, 54, 58
Campbell, William, 142
Cannon, James, 158
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Carlisle, Abraham, 160
Case, Peter, 152
Cathcart, William, 109
Chalmers, George, 138
Charles I, 10, 66
Charles II, 66
Clark, George Rogers, 135
Clarke, James, 122
Clarke, Dr. William, 51
Clifton, Alfred, 137
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Clow, Cheney, 137
Cole, Samuel, 120
Collier, George, 145-146
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Cooper, William, 56
Coote, Richard, 20
Connecticut Assembly, 20
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Connolly, John, 140
Continental Congress of 1774, 50, 167
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Cossit, Ranna, 120
Cougle, James, 124
Coxe, Daniel, 19
Cromwell, Oliver, 1
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Cushing, John, 152
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Drummond, Robert, 124
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Elliott, Matthew, 132, 134
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Exercises of the Army, 79
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Ferguson, Patrick, 148
Fielding, William, 118
Fitzgerald, James, 69
Fletcher, Benjamin, 18-20
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Fort DuQuesne, 1
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Fort Pitt, 134
Fort Stanwix, 120
Fort William Henry, 94
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Gerry, Elbridge, 163
Gilbert, Thomas, 115
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Girty, James, 133-134
Girty, Simon, 132
Girty Jr., Simon, 134
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Glyn, James, 147
Gorham, Joseph, 103, 106
Grant, James, 145
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Grey, Charles, 105
Hamilton, Governor, 32-33
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Hamilton, John, 144
Hammond, Andrew, 137
Hancock, John, 109
Hanger, George, 180-81
Hardwicke, Lord Chancellor, 53
Hardy, Sir Charles, 12
Harrington, James, 4
Harrison, Edmund, 19
Henry, Patrick, 172
Herkimer, Nicholas, 119
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Hobbes, Thomas, 66
Holderness, Earl of, 34
Hooker, Thomas, 12
Hopkins, Stephen, 41
Hovendon, William, 109
Howard, Simeon, 5
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Hughes, James, 69
Humphreys, Jr., James, 129
Hunter, Governor, 27
Hutchinson, Thomas, 40-43, 47,50
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Instrument of Government, 66
James II, 14, 16
James, Jacob, 109
Jay, John, 144
Jefferson, Thomas, 169
Johnson, Governor, 32
Johnson, Guy, 120
Johnson, John, 108, 119-121
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Jones, David, 133
Jones, Elisha, 116
Journal of the Times, 56
Kelly, Hugh, 139
Kene, Philip, 117
Kennedy, Archibald, 27
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Kidd, Captain, 20
King Philip's War, 7, 15, 24, 71, 77, 86
King William's War, 24
Knox, Henry, 56, 181
Lee, Charles, 173, 175
Lee, Richard Henry, 172, 175, 178
Lee, Thomas, 33
Legge, Governor Francis, 103
Leisler, Jacob, 16-17
Leonard, Daniel, 122-123
Levees en masse, 3
Leverett, John, 15
Lincoln, Benjamin, 144
Livingston, Robert, 18, 25
Livingston, William, 156
Losch, George, 160
Lott, Jeromus, 109
Loyal American Associators, 115
Loyal Associated Volunteers, 115
Loyal North British Volunteers, 115
Loyal Irish Volunteers, 115
Lynch, Charles, 107
Mackay, Captain, 53
MacLead, Allen, 117
Maclean, Francis, 103
Madison, James, 163
Malott, Catherine, 134
Mansin, Henry, 136
Manual Exercise as Ordered by His
Majesty in 1764, 79