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are killed and 100 made prisoners......Jan. 28, 1712 Troops under Col. James Moore, of South Carolina, capture Fort Nahucke, a stronghold of the Tuscaroras in Greene county, with 800 prisoners......March, 1713 Bills of credit for £ 800 issued by the colony to pay Indian war debt. First issue of paper money in North Carolina......1713 Edenton, on the Chowan River, founded......1715 Tuscarora Indians enter into a treaty, and a tract of land on the Roanoke, in the present county of Bertie, is ceded to them by Governor Eden......June 5, 1718 Pirate Edward Teach, commonly called Black Beard, long a terror to North Carolina, is attacked by Lieutenant Maynard near Ocracoke, with two small coasters; he is killed, and Maynard carries off his head hung to the bowsprit......Nov. 21, 1718 Boundary-line between North and South Carolina established......1727 Last Assembly under proprietary government at Edenton; issues £ 40,000 more in paper money......Nov. 27, 1728 Lords pr