the Indians of more than 300 killed and 100 captured......Jan. 28, 1712
An incipient civil war breaks out in Carolina in 1710, between Colonel Broughton, one of three deputies of the lords proprietors, and Robert Gibbes, the proclaimed governor.
The controversy being referred to the proprietors, they appoint Charles Craven governor......1712
Fort Nahucke, Greene co., N. C., garrisoned by 800 Tuscarora Indians, captured by Col. James Moore, of South Carolina......March 20, 1713
Yamassee Indians, incited by the Spaniards, massacre ninety colonists at Pocotaligo......April 15, 1715
Governor Craven defeats the Indians on the Salkehatchie.
In this war 400 South Carolinians are massacred......1715
King in council so advising, proprietors repeal the duty of 10 per cent. on all goods of British manufacture, and also the act regulating elections and that enabling the Assembly to nominate a public receiver......1717
Governor and council impeach the administration of Chief-Ju