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INDEX.   155

McDonell, Capt. J., buys slaves, 36. McGregor. Jas., D D.,

efforts to free slaves. 57. 70; letter to slaveholding minister. 56 ; passage from letter of, 57, n ; ref. to his work. 89 ;

memoir of. by Patterson, cited, 70. McHeffey, R.. owns slave, 16. Mclnnes's, The, have slaves. 23. McIntosh. Capt., buys slave. 41. McNeil, Cap

his heavy loss in slaves, 115.

 

Nance, slave, 93.

Nancy, slaves named, 51, 71, 103. Nancy, slave.

held by (our successive owners, 51. Nathaniel, slave, baptized. 86. Negroes,

and first settlers of Halifax, 9; arrival of freed, 20, t 21 :

departure for Sierra Leone of, 23. 118 ;

effort to enlist, :IS;

mend oned in Quebec parish records, 5:

Military services of, 20, }S. 49; moveable propene in Quebec, 4; " Proud as Law's ". 66 ;

in Upper Canada. brought in by scouts. 33•

\oily, slave sold, 65.

Nero, slave. ;6.

New Rnnswick, first slave in. 10; Negroes in at first tensas, t 18, n ; slave sales in. 53. 63 ;

pro-slavery feeling in, too; treatment of slaves in, 81 ;

last slave offered for sale in. 7t ; Royal Gazette, quoted. 30, 53. Newport and Kennetcook.

no. of slaves with Loyalists at, 32. Newport elder, The, &

New England,

settlers from and slavery. 7, 16,

IT, A :

slivery in. 8. 74 ;

slaveholding ministers in, 58. Newton, Henry executor of slave property, 14.

Newton, John.

executor of slave property. $4. New York,

Loyalist history of. quoted. 22, a; panic among slaves in, 21 : lave-law in, 107:

slavery in, toa.

Niagara.

slaves at, 36, 129;

slaves in in 1791.40 ;

slaves sold at, 36:

marriage of slaves at. 87 ;

Herald, slave advertisements in, i7. 48

;

Historical Society, Pubs. of, quoted, 129, 133

Holmes killed at, 133 ;

rescue of slave at, 133.

" No slave will apply ", to&

Nova Scotia.

action of legislature of. too, 117 ; anti-slaver- feeling in, 98: Haliburton's hist. of, cited. t 13; 3lerrioch's history of, cited, 6, n,

07, n. 102;

MS. documents of, referred to, 25, 27,69, 73, a. 2

newspapers of, to. a ;

slaves brought early to. 6; slave-sales in, 10, tt. 13, t5, 16,

30, 52, 33. 34. 63. 63. 63 ; sUve-trade from, 13. 51. 119; treatment of slaves in. Si

;

Gurtte, slave advs. in, 1, So. Northrop. Jer..

offers reward for Negro, 62.

"Old Marsh:' former slave, 74. Onsiow, N. S.. slave at, 16.

Ontario, (see Upper Canada). "Opinions of several Gentlemen •', etc., too. 107.

Orange, slave at Halifax, 9.

Origin of Can. slaves, S.

72. Osgoode, Ch. -justice,

his opposition to slavery. 43 ; his anti-slavery decision, 97.

Owen, Mrs. J. M., cited. 77.

Panis, saves, 3.

named in Quebec parish records, or Pawnees, 3, a, 72.

Parish records,

early missing a! Annapolis, 6; cited or quoted. 3. 33. 31.83.86, 87.

Parkrnan, b'., quoted, 3, n, 4, 123. Parliament, British.

Acts of referred to, 6, 43. 95. 112. 144.

Parrsboro', N. S.,

slaves brought there in '783, 32. Patten. J., slave child, 14.

Patterson, Rev. Dr., cited, 55, 70. 77.


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