Military Governors and Imperial Frontiers c. 1600-1800: A Study of Scotland and Empires

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INDEX
Abercrombie, James, Gabriel Johnston's agent, 129, 130, 132 Robert Dinwiddie's agent, 179
Abernethy, Thomas, 55, 56
¿bo (Turku), 107, 108, 110, 116 Peace of (1743), 110
Adair, James, trader, 148, 149
Adolphus Frederick, King of Sweden, Duke of Holstein, 110
Akershus, fortress, 20
Akershus National Infantry, regiment, 19
Alabama, 147, 153
Albany federation plan, 174
Albemarle, 128, 138
Albemarle, 2nd Earl of (William Keppel), 165, 166, 168
Alden, John R., 162 'Robert Dinwiddie, Servant of the Crown,' 162
Allegheny, mountains, 168, 172 river, 168
Alta, river, 42
Altmark (1629), Peace/Truce of, 58, 63
American Revolution, 121, 139, 227
amt/amtmand/amtmann, s. under len
Anderson, Alexander, botanical curator, 201
Anderson, Dr. James, 225
Anglicanism, 137, 175, 179
Anna, Empress of Russia, 101, 105, 113
Anson, Lord, 119, 130
Antrim, 88 presbytery, 93
Appalachians, mountains, 152, 153
Archangel, 32
Arcot, s. Carnatic
Arctic, the, 30, 31, 49
Argyll, 1st Marquess of (Archibald Campbell), 85, 86, 87, 88, 91, 94 2nd Duke of, 142 3rd Duke of (Archibald Campbell), 142, 151, 214, 231 5th Duke of (John Campbell), 221
Argyll Colony, 133, 134, 135, 137
Astrakhan, 99
Atholl, Duchess of, 221 Lord William Murray, son of, 221
Atkin, Edmond, merchant, 144
Attacullaculla ('The Little Carpenter'), 154, 155
Austria, 101
Austrian Succession, War of ('King George's War'), 169, 172, 183
Awazu, Order of, 104
Bahamas, islands, 164
Baillie, James, planter/merchant, 197
Baillie, Robert, 79, 90, 93
Bailyn, Bernard, 123
Balfour, John, of Trenaby, 223, 225
Balfour, William, merchant, 219, 224
Baltic, the, 5, 6, 32, 55, 63 fleet, 5, 12
Barbados, 165, 205
Barrow, Colonel, 88, 89
Bath, Earl of (William Pultney), 119, 120
Bavaria, 60, 61, 65
Beaton, Paul, Lt.-Colonel, 71, 72, 73 Paul, son of, 71, 72
Bedford, Duke of, 130, 131
Beggar's Bennison, society, 184
Belfrage, John, mayor of Vänersborg, 70, 73
Bengal, 214, 229
Bequia, island, 188
Berg, Peter von, s. Henderson, John, Colonel
Bergen, 5, 37, 38, 39, 42, 46 castle, 21
Berlin, 100
Bermuda, 163, 164, 180
Bestoucheff, Empress Elizabeth's advisor, 113
Bishops' Wars (1639–40), 80
Bjelke, Jens, 39
Black Caribs, the, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190
Bladen, Martin, 129
Bladen County, 139
Blair, James, Commissary, 179 John, son of, 179
Blair, Lawrence, Colonel, Bergenhus regiment, 21

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