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from time to time forever hereafter yielding and paying in consideration thereof to the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts colony or to the President of the said Province of Maine by them authorized and empowered for the time being or to other their agent and lawful assignee or assignees the quit rent to the said Governor and Company due and belonging according to the proposal made and mutually agreed upon at tho General Assembly held in the abovesaid Province of York June 1681, viz. That they the abovenamed Inhabitants of the said town of Falmouth for the time being and in like manner that shall there be from time to time forever hereafter as an acknowledgment of Sir Ferdinando Gorges and his assigns right to soile and Government do pay twelve pence for every family whose single country rate is not above two shillings, and for all that exceed the sum of two shillings in a single rate to pay three shillings per family annually in money to the treasurer of the said Province for the use of the chief Proprietor thereof. And in case of omission or neglect on the part and behalf of the said Inhabitants to make full payment annnally in manner as is above exprest, and hath been mutual. ly concerted and agreed unto, it shall then be lawful for the said President of the said Province for the time being or for other the agent or agents assignee or assignees of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Colony to levy and make distress upon the estates of any of the Inhabitants for the time being within the limits and bounds of the said township as well for said quit rent as also for all costs and charges accruing and arising upon the same. And the estates so levied and destrained to bear drive or carry away with so much as it shall cost to convey the same to the treasurer of the Province for the time being or to such place as he shall order and appoint. In witness whereof the parties above named to these present Indentures have interchangeably put their hands and seals the day and year first above written. Signed sealed and delivered by

SYLVANUS DAVIS. (Seal) Sylvanus Davis, Walter Gendall,

WALTER GENDALL,

(Seal) Thaddeus Clark, Dominicus Jor

THADEUS CLARK. (Seal) dan, in presence of us

DOMINICUS JORDAN. (Seal)
John Davis,

Josh. Scottow,
A true copy of the originals indented recd. Jan. 1, 1731.

Attest,

JOSEPH MOODY, Reg. A true copy from the Record of Deeds for the County of York, Book 14, pago 227.

W. FROST, Reg.

No. IX.

PAPERS RELATING TO GEORGE BRAMHALL.

(No. 1.)

Mr. Georg Bramball

Sir; Yours I have recd. and according to your order have sent to you pr. Mr. Phillips' Slope as under and hop it will be to * * if thar be any thing omitted order for itt yo next being what is nedfull from your friend.

THEODOSIUS MOORE. 1 Boston ye 21 Oct. 1687. on bbl £0 2 06 10 yds blew linnig 3d.

£0 10 10 3 bush salt 0 7 06 10 yds fin whit cloth

0 15 00 2 lb whale bon

0 3 00
2 lbs powd

0 02 08 500 larg bord nayls 0 10 00 6 lbs shot

0 02 00 5 lbs do att 0 04 06 2 oz silk

0 05 00 5 lbs hob nayls

0 2 06 4 yds collord callyon at 1 lb cold thread att 0 500 20d. per yd

0 06 08 4 doz guisp bottons 0 1 06 1 1-2 yd cloth to pack

0 01 06

£4 00 2 1 Moore after this time married the widow of Walter Gendall and lived in Marshfield.

ye

If you have any bottar or pork be pleased to send me what you can. Yr glass is nott redy yett. (Superscribed) For Mr. Georg Bramhall at Caskow with a barll solt and small chest. Per Joseph Pike

Caskow Bay. (Another from the same.)

(No. 2.) Mr. Bramhall,

I have sent a parsell of Butter potts to Mr. Bragett,* if you have occasion for any can send you som or ferkins for butter wh. you plens in ye intrem. I sopose Capt. Bragett will spar you one or two. If I shall send you any send word by yo next slop and I will send them by Mr. Inglish being all in hast 1 rest yrs to serve you.

THEODOSIUS MOORE. Boston 16th July 1668.

(No. 3.) I underwritten doe Ingage myself my Heyres or Assigns to pay unto Sylvanus Davis or his assigns for the acco'pt of Anthony Libbee the soom of twenty shillings and Three pence and other charges about the attachment, eight shillings and sixpence to be paid him in wite oko Barrall stafs or Red oke hh stafs upun demand at hie water mark by the river side in Casco river at fifteen shillings per Thousand as witness my hand this sixth day of March Anuoque Domini 1687-8 Witnes

GEORG BRANILALL,
Peter Bowdoin
John Hollman.

Charges
Warrant

010 Sarving warrant and Constable 0 2 0 a man * * itt 1 day

010 Waighting 3 days and forrig 0 36

(No h.) Receeved of Georg Bremhall upon the accompt of Anthony Lebbe the soom of thirty shillings and three pence being the full Ball. of all acconipts betwixt me and said Lebbee, I say received by me in August 1689.

SILVANUS Daris. k Falmouth Province of Maine August 1689 Receved of Georg Bremhall for the supply of forte Loyal ono quarter of Booll Beof waight seventy tow pouns I say receved pr me Silvanus Davis Capt.

(No. 5.) Daniel Chambeling acknowledgth that he hath set an apprentice unto Georg Bramhall of Portsmouth in Piscataway for the term of 9 years for ye consideration of eyght pounds and 10 shillings in hand paid before the acknowledging hereof, witness my hand this third day of July 1680 before me Roger Kelley Commissioner Daniel Chammerin sone of

the mark of

Arone A savajghe. *Brackett.)

INDEX TO VOLUME I. MAINE HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS.

28

Arnold's Journal,

494
Arransoak (Upper Kennebec),

455
Arrowsic island,

221
Associates,

163, 161, 174, 197
Atwell, Benjamin,

141, 208, 219
Atwell, Joseph,

207
Atwell or Ilatwell, Widow,

75, 111, 121
Aucocisco,

30, 118
Award in Cleeves vs. Winter,

31, 67,

270

Abilie, Henry,

133
Abniquis or Abnaki Indiins, 412, 433
Acadie, its name and meaning,

27
Acadie, its extent,
Act of Incorporation,

11
Adams, Abraham,

70, 128
Adams, James,

380
Adams, Jonathan,

305
Agamenticus, 47, 80, 91, 119, 361, 367
Agnes, ship,

56
Aldsworth, Alderman Robert,

36, 80
Alexander, Sir Wm.,

81
Alger, Arthur, 91, 171, 197, 209, 213, 295, 382
Algonquin language,

413
Allen, Bozoun,
Allen, Edward,

127, 241
Allen, Hope,

126, 151. 211
Allen, Wm.'s, acc't of Arnold's Expedition, 199
Alliset, Jobn's deposition,

63
Ammoncongan,

118, 119, 129, 153
Andrews, Capt. Samuel,

101
Andrews, Elisha,

305
Andrews, James, 63, 112, 128, 141, 157, 217, 305
Andrews, Jane,

69, 70, 370
Andrews, John,

370
Andrews, Rebecca,

128
Andrews, Samuel,

69, 112
Andrews' island,

149, 220
Androscoggin river,

40
Andross, Sir Edmund, 199, 230, 274, 237
Annapolis,

26
Appendix,

533
Aqua Vitæ,

71
Archdale, John,

173
Argall, Capt.,

27
Arnold's army movements,

510
Arnold's army suffering,

51+
Arnold, Col. Benedict's, letters, (1775) 447, 467

[498
Arnold's Expedition, by Wm. Allen, 499

Back Cove, 75, 111, 117, 120, 121, 122, 205, 216
Bariduce trading-house,

39
Bagnall, Walter,

41, 51, 52, 80
Bailoy, Jonas,

93
Baker, John,

355
Baker, Nicholas,

209
Bald mountain,

466
Baley, John,

71
Ballard, Rev. Edward,

59, 412, 465
Bangs, Joshua,

146
Banga' island,

149, 150
Bartlett, George, death,

209
Bartlett, Nicholas,

116, 127, 218
Barger, Philip,

277
Batchelder, Stephen,

74, 370
Battle of Falmouth,

294
Beauchamp, John,

45, 79
Beaver trade,

55, 71
Biard & Masse,
Biard, missionary,

283, 428
Biddeford,
Biencourt,

26
Biglow, Major,

473
Bigot, Vincent, and Jacques, missionaries, 434
Biographical notices,

305
Black Point,

47, 76, 77, 80, 97, 226
Black Point garrison,

226, 227, 229
Black Point, inhabitants, submission, 385
Blaney, John,

40
Bliss, Porter,

26, 423

Blue Point,

97
Boaden, Ambros,

203, 211
Bode, Henry,

91, 312, 311, 352, 35)
Bomazeen (Inlian),

237
Bond, Nicholus,

369
Bonighton, Elinor,

577
Bonighton, John, 59, 81,105,143,185,190,213,377
Bonighton, Richard, 41,51,73,79, 81, 85, 91, 312
Bontineau, Stephen,

276
Booth. Robert,

93
Boua liry line run,

212
Bourn, Elwird E.,

352
Bowdoin, Peter,

218, 273, 21
Brackett, Anthony, 117, 122, 127, 154, 157, 172

(175, 185, 189, 192, 197
Brackot, Anthony, farm laid out, 214, 215, 221

(23), 235, 211, 237, 231, 233, 306
Brackett, Anthony, marriage contract, 235
Brackett, Joshua,

119, 23)
Bracket, Seth,

302, 315
Brackett, Thomis,

127, 154, 157
Bracket, Thom is, children of, 23), 398
Brackett, Thomas, killed,

220
Bradforl and associates, grant to,
Bradshaw, Richard,

49, 52, 80
Bramhall, Georg,

127, 211, 296
Bramhall, George, family,

398
Bramhall, Joseph,
Bramhall, Joshua,

303
Bray, Richard,

114, 185, 188
Brame, John,

151
Bretton, La,

276, 277
Broad street,

213
Brown, Arthur,

73, 74,81
Brown, John,

36
Bulgar, Richari,

12)
Bush, John,

97
Burdet, George,

89, 365
Burr, Col. Aaron,

417, 497, 515
Burroughs, Rev. Geo., 216, 220, 222,245,276,323
Buss, Joha,

316
Button, Wavaad (Indian),

129
By-Laws,

13

308

Casco, inhabitants, patition to the king, 173
Cisco river,

46, 43, 117, 130,
Casco tribe,

118
Casko mill,

120
Custin, Baron de,

39, 237
Catholic missions in Maine,

425
Chadbourn, Humphrey,

170
Chimpernoon, Francis, 73, 88, 170, 177, 230
Charter of 1320,

32, 78
Charter of Massachusetts annulled, 273
Charter of the Society,

11
Charter to Du Mont,

25
Charter to Gorg's, 1639, its powers, &c., 86
Chrter to South and North Virginia, 1608, 23
Chiudiere pond,

495
Chaudiere river,

418, 476, 508
Chebeag islan-ls,

145
Chil Iren and servants, unruly,

183
Child, Dr. Robert,

91, 95
Church, Col. Benjamin,

292, 303
Clapboard islan is,

111, 202
Clarke, Elizabeth,

150, 191
Clarke, Thaddeus, 121, 155, 157, 248, 299, 308
Clark, Jonis,

101, 202
Clark, Rev. William,

319
Clark's point,

115, 15+
Clark, Thomas,

202
Clay cove,

116
Clements, Richard, surveyor,

275, 279
Cleaves' controversy with Winter, 57, 58, 60

[67, 70, 73, 123, 541
Cleeves's courts,

98
Cleeves, Elizabeth,

66
Cleoves, George, 46, 52, 59, 61, 72, 81, 89, 105

[120, 121, 124, 110, 142, 159, 162, 187
Cleeves, George, and wife's signatures,

125
Cleeves, George,bill of complaint vs. Jordan, 131
Cleeves, George, death,

192
Cleeves, Georg”, petition to Gen'l Court, 133
Cleeves, George, signature, 125, 126, 450
Cleeves, George, to Hope Allen,

126
Cleeves, George, to Walter Merry, 146
Cleeves, Joan,

116
Cleeves' letter to Massachusetts,

167
Cleeves' Neck,

59
Cleeves & Tucker, commission and deed from

(Gorges, 65, 66
Cleeves & Tucker's dwelling house,
Cleeves & Tucker, first location in Portland, 62
Cleeves & Tucker, partnership and occupa'n, 64
Cleeves vs. Winter, record of cost, 533
Cloyes, John,

141, 155
Cloyes, John, his family,

156, 189
Cloyes, Nathaniel,

189
Cloyes, Thomas,

189, 205, 302, 308

63

Cad, Mr.,

127
Callicot, Richard,

163, 188
Cammock, Thomas,

47, 45, 80, 84
Canada expedition, 1775,

417, 467
Cape Porpus,

102,380, 397
Capisic, 65, 112, 117, 118, 204, 214, 216
Card, Francis, killed,

221
Carr, Sir Robert,

173, 181
Cartwright, George,

173, 182
Casco,

30, 48, 112
Casco bay,

68

Cocke, William,

188
Coe, Matthew,

122, 153, 122
Coin at Richmond's island,

note, 43
Collings, Christopher,

187
Collins, Robert,

337
Combination,

85, 38, 101
Commissioners from the king,

173, 181
Commissioners from the king, proceedings, 181
Commissioners from the king, their report, 181
Commissioners of Falmouth and Scarboro, 106

(153, 161, 197,210, 287, 339
Commissioners of Massachusetts, 105, 176, 196
Commission and ordinances of Gorges,
Conflict between Cleeves and Vines, 91
Controversy, Cleoves and Jordan, 129, 131
Coole, William,
Cooper, Thomas,

123
Corbin, Robert, 105, 114, 121, 131, 141, 170, 185

(197, 200, 209, 219
Corney, John,

309
Cotton, John,

172
Council of Plymouth, 28, 32, 34, 35, 40, 43, 45,78
Council of Plymouth, surrender of charter, 81
County magistrates,

107, 267
Court at Casco,

185
Court of Associates,

162, 170
Court of Gorgos, 51, 70, 83, 89, 94, 181, 195, 361
Court of Massachusetts in York,150,170,175,196
Court of Sessions,

267, 381
Court proceedings, 54,89,91,159–167,184,185,365
Court proceedings under Massachusetts, 365-S1
Courts in Maine,

188, 297, 303
Court under king's commissioners, 195
Cousins' island,

95, 150
Cousins, John,

85, 99, 114, 332
Cousins' river,

114
Cow, price,

220
Cramake, H. T.,

456
Cross, Stephen,

313
Crown, Henry,

208
Cucking stools for scolds,

185
Cunnateconnett (Indian),

129
Curwine, J., letter on New England, 1061, 333
Cushing, Ezekiel,

150
Cutts, Richard,

177

Davis, Silvanus, 37, 147, 221, 212, 217, 274, 279

(280, 282, 281, 300, 309
Dead river,

46), 17+
Deano, Charles,

511
Dearborn, Gen. Henry,

514, 520
Deuring, George,

38+
Deaths,

157, 161, 207
Deed of Gorges to Cleeves & Tricker, 1637, 65
Depositions of Cloevos, Mitton, and others,

(1615, 352-391
Deputies to General Court,

163
Doney (Indian),

272
Donnell, Henry,

149, 303
Drake, Abraham,

235
Drake, Susannah,

236
Dreuillettes, G , French missionary, 432
Du Loup river,

450, 466
Dumaresque, Elward,

277
Dummer, Jeremiah,

398
Du Mont, first colony in Maine,

28
Du Mont, his charter and colony,

25
Duponceau, M.,

413
Duren, Charles,

325
Durham, IIumphrey,

121, 141
Durham, Humphrey, killed,

219
Du Thet, French Missionary, 429, 431
Dy, John, patent to,

45, 80

Eastern claims,

1-17
Elbridge, Giles and Thomas, 36, 37, 80, 133
Elkins, Thomis,

88
Elliott, Robert,

155
Ellicott, Vines,

95
Emerson, Rev. Joseph,

316
Emery, Rev. Samuel,

317
Endicott, John,

41, 113, 126
Enos, Col. Roger,

473
Episcopacy and the church in Falmouth, 52

(38,1.1, 162
Exports from Falmouth, 1639,

Damaris cove,

37
Danforth, Thomas, President of Maine, 240
Danforth to Edmund White, deed, 146
Davenport, Ebenezer,

305, 308
Davenport, Thomas,

305
Davis, Isaac,

206, 309
Davis, Jacob,

309
Davis, Lawrence,

155, 171, 206, 309

Fac-simile, Abraham Shurt,

37
Fac-simile, Anthony Brackett,

284
Fac-similes, Cleeves, &c.,

125, 126
Fac-simile, George Bramhall,

307
Tac-similes, G. Munjoy,

123, 126
Fac-simile, Henry Jocelyn,

199
Fac-simile, Henry Watts,

159
Fac-simile, John Hollman,

307
Fac-simile, John Winter,

57
Fac-simile, Peter Bowdoin

307
Fac-similes, R. Jordan,

142, 233
Fac-simile, Silvanus Davis,

284
Fac-similes, Sir E. Andross and John West, 275

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