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INDEX 



TO THE FIRST TWENTY YOLUMES 



PROCEEDINGS 



OF THE 



Massachusetts Historical Sbcietjj. 



1791-1883. 



PuMtsf)rt> at tfje Cfjatp of tije ^tabolB JFuntt. 




BOSTON: 
PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY. 

M.DCCC.LXXXVII. 



John Wilson and Son, Cambridge. 



PREFACE. 



At a meeting of the Council of the Massachusetts 
Historical Society, May 10, 1883, "Mr. Deane and Mr. 
Adams were appointed a Committee to cause to be pre- 
pared a Consolidated Index of the twenty volumes of the 
Proceedings." 

The Committee accepted the appointment, and placed in 
the charge of Mr. Charles A. Cutter, the Librarian of the 
Boston Athenaeum, — who is regarded as an expert in cata- 
loguing and indexing, and who had already performed a 
similar service for the Society, — the making of the new 
index. His engagements, however, obliged him to intrust 
the principal part of the work to Mrs. Alice C. Beckwith, 
of Cambridge, an accomplished laborer in this field, re- 
serving for himself only a general oversight. 

The intention was to consolidate the indexes of the 
twenty volumes into one index. But an examination 
showed — what had been already apparent to many — 
that the indexes of the earlier volumes were defective ; 
so it was decided to make new indexes to five volumes, 
beginning with Vol. III. In the progress of the work it 
was found that some of the later volumes were not wholly 
free from errors and omissions, and these also required 
revision; and the additional labor has not been small. 
The Committee have not been inattentive to the progress 
of the work, and have rendered what service they could. 



IV PREFACE. 

They desire to bear testimony to the faithful and intelli- 
gent labors of Mrs. Beckwith, who has been unremitting 
in her work, which, however, was / suspended several 
months by her severe illness. The index has been about 
two years in preparation, and more than one year in the 
press. It has cost more time and more money than was 
expected. Now that the work is finished we cannot but 
believe that the labor faithfully bestowed upon it has 
produced what will prove to be a correct and useful 
index. 

The printing of the Society's Proceedings was not 
commenced until a comparatively late period of its his- 
tory. The first volume printed was issued in 1859, under 
a vote of the Society, in April of the preceding year, au- 
thorizing the Standing Committee " to publish such a 
selection from the recent proceedings of the Society as 
they deemed to be of general interest." The Chairman 
and Secretary were appointed a committee to carry this 
vote into effect. They began with the Annual Meeting 
of 1855, and concluded with the proceedings of the year 
1857-1858. This period embraced several matters of spe- 
cial interest to the Society, containing an account of the 
donations of the Appleton and the Sears Fund, of the 
Dowse Library and Fund, of the Belknap collection of 
books and manuscripts, of the recovery of the Bradford 
Manuscript, of the purchase of the building occupied by 
the Society, etc. ; and the meeting with which it com- 
menced was that at which the Hon. Robert C. Winthrop 
was first elected President of the Society. 

This volume was not numbered Vol. I., because it was 
hoped that there would be prepared, at some not very 
remote time, a digest or selection from the Society's earli- 
est records, and that such a volume or volumes when pub- 
lished would take precedence in the order of numbering ; 
so that the volumes of Proceedings, which now continued 



PREFACE. 



to be issued, contained on their titlepages and on their 
backs simply the years embraced by their contents. Four- 
teen volumes were thusi issued down to and including the 
calendar year 1878. The next volume in the chrono- 
logical series, beginning with January, 1879, was called 
Vol. XVII. on the titlepage and on the back, because in 
the mean time two volumes of the early Proceedings had 
been prepared and published, and they became Volumes 
I. and II. in the series, and the unnumbered volumes were 
counted in regular order as following these. Any reprints 
that may hereafter be made of these volumes will doubtless 
conform to this numbering. 

Volumes I. and II. and Volumes XL to XX. are stereo- 
typed. Following is a list of the twenty volumes of Pro- 
ceedings here indexed, with the date of their publication 
and the names of the members composing the Committees 
of Publication. The Recording Secretary is ex officio Chair- 
man of the Committee for publishing the Proceedings. 



CHARLES DEANE, 
CHARLES F. ADAMS. 



Boston, Feb. 25, 1887. 



COMMITTEES OF PUBLICATION. 



VOLUMES I.-XX. 



Vol. 


Published 


I. 


1879. 


II. 


1880. 


III. 


1859. 


IV. 


1860. 


V. 


1862. 


VI. 


1863. 



VII. 1864. 



VIII. 


1866. 


IX. 


1867. 


X. 


1869. 


XI. 


1871. 


XII. 


1873. 


XIII. 


1875. 


XIV. 


1876. 


XV. 


1878. 


XVI. 


1879. 


XVII. 


1880. 


XVIII. 


1881. 


XIX. 


1882. 


XX. 


1884. 



Charles Deane, Charles C. Smith. 

Charles Deane, Charles C. Smith. 

George Livermore, Chandler Bobbins. 

Chandler Bobbins, George Livermore. 

Chand. Bobbins, Geo. Livermore, H. A. Whitney. 

Chandler Bobbins, Samuel K. Lothrop, George 
Livermore, Henry A. Whitney. 

Charles Deane, William G. Brooks, George Liv- 
ermore, Henry A. Whitney. 

Charles Deane, Charles Folsom, Sam'l A. Green. 

Charles Deane, Charles Folsom, Sam'l A. Green. 

Charles Deane, Sam'l A. Green, Chas. C. Smith. 

Charles Deane, Sam'l A. Green, Chas. C. Smith. 

Charles Deane, Sam'l A. Green, Chas. C. Smith. 

Charles Deane, Sam'l A. Green, Chas. C. Smith. 

Charles Deane, Sam'l A. Green, Chas. C. Smith. 

Charles Deane, Sam'l A. Green, Chas. C. Smith. 

George Dexter, Sam'l A. Green, Chas. C. Smith. 

George Dexter, Sam'l A. Green, Chas. C. Smith. 

George Dexter, Sam'l A. Green, Chas. C. Smith. 

George Dexter, Josiah P. Quincy, H. E. Scudder. 

Edw. J. Young, Clem't H. Hill, Alex. McKenzie. 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS. 



A: Augustus. 

B: Benjamin. 

C: Charles. 

1): David. 

E: Edward. 

F: Frederick. 

G: George. 

H: Henry. 

I: Isaac. 

J: John. 



K: Karl. 

L: Louis. 

M: Mark. 

N: Nicholas. 

O: Otto. 

P: Peter. 

R: Richard. 

S: Samuel. 

T: Thomas. 

W: William. 



INDEX 

OF THE 

PROCEEDINGS 

OF THE 

MASSACHUSETTS HISTOEICAL SOCIETY. 



A. 

Anil, Jacob, cited, 8. 186. 

Abbadie, Antoine d', his 'Journey to 

Kaffa/ etc., 3. 264. 
Abbe, William, 14. 84. 
Abbey, Lieut. Aaron, 15. 75. 

Abbot, Mr. , 19. 422. 

Abbot, Rev. Abiel, D.D., d. 1859, and 

Jared Sparks, 10. 215-217. Donation 

from, 2. 116. 
Abbot, Rev. Abiel, D.D., Beverly, d. 1828, 

16. 147 ; 18. 282. Gives a copy of his 

Plymouth discourse, 1. 219, 508. 
Abbot, Abigail (Abbot), 2. 390. 
Abbot, Benjamin, 2 390. 
Abbot, Benjamin, LL.D., 2. 279, 390; 

10. 215; 13. 26. 
Abbot, Elizabeth {Mrs. Thomas Merrill), 

2. 390. 
Abbot, Ezra, LL.D., 11. 261; 18. 428 n. 
Abbot, George, 19. 325 n. 
Abbot, George, 20. 318. 
Abbot, Hannah, 20. 318. 
Abbot, Lieut. Isaac, 15. 79 n., 255. 
Abbot, Copt. John, 5. 357. 
Abbot, Rev. John Emery, 8. 239. 
Abbot, Philip, 15. 255. 
Abbot, Richard, 16. 268, 273. 
Abbot, Samuel, 6. 312. 
Abbot, Samuel, it. 140. 
Abbott, Dr. Henrv, 4. 234. 

Abbott, Gov. , 16. 71. 

Abbott, Charles, Baron Tenterden, see 

Tenterden. 
Abbott, JehieJ, 18. 158. 
Abbott, Rev. John S. C, D.D., 19. 262. 
Abeel, Rev. John N., his discourse before 

the New York Missionary Society, 1. 

146. 



Abel, Karl Frederick, ig. 221, 221 n., 222. 
Abell, Henry J., donation from, 2. 179. 
Abenaki Indians, 3. 33, 34. 
Abenaki Language, Vocabulary of the, 

2.35. 
Abercrombie, Col. James, 14. 92; 16. 290. 
Abercrombie, Gen. James, n. 326; 17. 

243. 
Aberdeen, negro, emancipated, 6. 236. 
Aberdeen, George H. Gordon, 4th Earl of, 

10. 300; 11. 165. 
Aberemet, Indian, 18. 112. 
Abert, Charles, 12. 81. 
Abingdon, Montagu Bertie, 2c? Earl of, 

12. 274, 410. 
Abingdon, Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl 

of, d. 1799, 5. 343. His ' Thoughts on 

Mr. Burke's Letter/ 1. 11. 
Abingdon, Mass., 4. 99 ; 12. 274. 
Abington, Mrs. Frances, ig. 223. 
Abington, Mass., 3. 114 ; 12. 273, 274, 

402, 403; 19. 256. Origin of the name 

of, 12. 410. 
Abnaquois Indians, see Abenaki. 
Abolition Day in Boston, 13. 46. 
Abolition of Slavery, see Slavery. 
Abolitionists, the, 6. 306, 307; 10. 424, 

451. 
Aboriginal Relics belonging to the Soci- 
ety, to be deposited with the Peabody 

Museum of American Archaeology, 9. 

450. 
Aborn & Jackson, Messrs., 19. 363. 
Abrams, Benjamin, 20. 10. 
Academia de Medicina e das Sciencias 

Naturales, Buenos Ayres, 1. 385. 
Academia di Lettere, Scienze, ed Arti 

della Valle Tiburina Toscana, 2. 157. 
Academia Lugduno Batava, see Rijks- 

universiteit, Leyden.^ 



INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Academia Real das Sciencias, Lisbon, 2. 
100, 111 ; 6. 23. Donations from, 2. 47, 
112; 5. 96, 192; 6. 78; 7. 21, 168, 338, 
357; 9. 177. To receive the thanks of 
the Society and a copy of the Collec- 
tions, 2. 50, 71 n. 

Acade'mie de l'lndustrie, donation from, 
2. 295. 

Academie des Inscriptions et Belles- 
Lettres, 6. 334; 20. 261. 

Academie des Sciences Morales et Poli- 
tiques, 14. 195; 15. 14, 284; 16. 473. 

' Academy/ the, 16. 462. 

Academy of Arts and Sciences, see Amer 
ican Academy, etc. 

Academy of Arts and Sciences at St. 
Petersburg, see St. Petersburg, etc. 

Academy of Natural Sciences of Phila 
delphia, 19. 322. 

For other Academies see Real Aca- 
demia, etc., and Royal Academy, etc. 

Acadia, 3. 251. Subdued 1710, 5. 230, 231 

Acadian settlement in New Brunswick 
13. 77. 

Accessions, book of, 1. 250 n. 

Account-Books of Harvard College, see 
Harvard College. 

'Account of Ancient Church Govern- 
ments/ 18. 430. 

' Account of the French Prophets/ 1. 137. 

Ackerman, R., his ' History of the Pub- 
lic Schools of England/ 2. 173 n. 

Ackittamenhas, Pequot Indian f 16. 402. 

'Acknowledgment of Donations/ cited, 

2. 1 n. See Donations to the Society. 
Acland, Dr. Henry W., with the Prince 

of Wales, 5. 97. 
Acosta, Alvaro de, 16. 319. 
Acosta, Josephus, his ' De Novo Orbe/ 

1.48. 
Acowamenequott, Pequot Indian, 16. 402. 
Act, fac-simile of, for reversing attainders 

for witchcraft, 20. 284, 285. 
Act of Confederation in 1778, 2. 174; 

3. 179, 180; 6. 110, 112, 135, 160. Peri 
used by Congress to sign, 2. 174, 174 n. 

Act of incorporation of the Massachu- 
setts Historical Society, 1. xxvii, 62- 
64; 2. 575 n., 590; 3. x, 165, 266. A 
vote to print a number of copies of, 
2. 512, 512 n. Act passed in 1855, in 
addition to, 3. 32 d, 33. Act passed in 
1857, amending, 3. 157, 158. Rules of 
membership under, 3. 346, 347 ; 4. 239, 
240. See also By-laws. 

Act of Union, name given to Union Street 
to commemorate, 6. 28. 

Actions-at-Law concerning questions of 
boundary, 3. 209. Relating to colonial 
matters, exhibited to the Society, 3. 
216-219. 

Acton, Sir Richard, 12. 413. 

Acton, Sir Whitmore, 12. 413. 

Acton, Mass., 12. 404, 406, 413; 18. 158, 
160. 



Acts and Resolves of the Massachusetts 
Legislature, see Massachusetts General 
Court. 

Acts and Resolves of the Province of 
Massachusetts Bay, see Massachu- 
setts General Court. 

Acts of Parliament, see Parliament. 

Acts relating to colonial times, produced 
by Mr. Ames, 3. 216-219. 

Acuna, Diego Sarmiento d', Count Gondo- 
mar, see Gondomar. 

Acworth, Capt. , 15. 338. 

Adair, James, his ' History of the Amep 
ican Indians/ 1. 153. 

Adair, Lieut. Jeffrey, 14. 349 n. 

Adair, Sir Robert Shaf to, Lord Waveney, 
see Waveney. 

Adam, Lucien, 13. 379. 

Adam, Melchior, 15. 244. 

Adam of Bremen, 13. 353, 362 ; 18. 22. 

Adames, Alex., subscribes towards the 
building of ' y e Towne house ' of Bos- 
ton, 3. 338. 

Adams, , a purchaser of books for- 
merly belonging to Thomas and Nathan 
Prince, 17. 173. 

Adams, (White & Adams), 8. 462. 

Adams, Alderman, 13. 405. 

Adams, Capt., 12. 210. 

Adams, Capt., 1. 61. Father of the an- 
nalist of Portsmouth, 16. 8w., 9. 

Adams, Mrs., 16. 299. 

Adams, , tracts by, 1. 340. 

Adams, Mrs. Abigail (Brooks), 11. 372. 

Adams, Mrs. Abigail (Smith), 1. 401; 13. 
190; 14. 80; 18. 401 ; 20. 360. 

Adams, Abijah, see Adams & Rhodes. 

Adams, Abraham, 12. 66. Donations, 1. 
39, 68. 

Adams, Rev. Amos, 4. 123 ; 20. 212. An 
historical discourse by, 1. 10, 20. His 
sermons on religious liberty, 1. 20. 

Adams, Asa, 14. 330. 

Adams, Charles, 16. 265. Killed by In- 
dians, 14. 128 n. 

Adams, Charles, son of the preceding, 14. 
128 n. 

Adams, Hon. Charles Francis, LL.D., 
1. 389, 394 n. ; 4. 51 ; 5. 89 ; 9. 193, 364, 
365; 10. 318; 11. 372, 501; 12. 49, 72, 
173, 250, 293, 295, 318, 330 ; 13. 191, 216, 
255, 264, 266, 289, 300 n., 380, 447, 451 ; 
14. 26 ; 15. 8, 266, 274, 318, 319; 16. 162, 
174, 307, 308 ; 17. 83, 122, 294, 329, 332 ; 
18. 264 ; 19. 64, 199, 357. One of the 
twenty-six Members in the heliotype 
frontispiece, 2. viii ; 3. 32 a. Nomi- 
nated a Resident Member, 2. 185. 
Elected a Resident Member of the So- 
ciety, 2. 188. Present at meetings of 
the Society, 2. 213, 216, 219, 220, 222, 
227, 234, 236, 237, 238, 239, 241, 249, 
253, 256, 261, 263, 271, 286, 294, 309, 
314, 318, 328, 335, 338, 340, 345, 349, 
350, 352, 370, 374, 411, 419, 422, 429, 



OF THE MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 



430, 434, 441, 450, 452, 457, 469, 483, 
513, 529, 537, 548, 551, 552, 585, 599, 
604, 606, 607. To take charge of the 
Gallatin correspondence relating to the 
North-East Boundary question, 2. 215. 
For further action, see North-East 
Boundary, etc. Of committee to pro- 
cure certain missing books, 2. 219. Do- 
nations from, 2. 217, 218, 234, 257, 428, 
430, 431, 435, 458, 475, 508, 542 ; 3. 1, 
111,112; 4. 133,139; 5. 58,87; 9. 81 ; 
11. 135, 160, 328; 12. 9, 98, 126; 13. 8. 
Of Scrutinizing Committee, 2. 221, 271, 
308, 342, 447. Subject of a lecture 
given by, 2. 226 n. Of committee on 
lectures, 2. 227, 291. Of committee to 
examine the Treasurer's accounts, 2. 
234, 310, 313, 314, 341. Of committee 
to consider the subject of articles de- 
posited in the Library, 2. 237, 238, 239. 
Chosen Recording Secretary pro tem- 
pore, 2. 241, 334. Of Publishing Com- 
mittee to prepare Vol. IX. of the third 
series of the Collections, 2. 249. Of 
committee to consider the extension of 
the accommodations of the Library, 2. 
270. Of committee to consider obtain- 
ing certain information from the French 
archives, 2. 271. Of committee to make 
arrangements for the celebration of the 
first half-century of the incorporation 
of the Society, 2. 292. One of the sub- 
scribers to the portrait of Governor 
Gore, 2. 312 n. Of committee to act in 
the matter of the scientific works to 
be printed by Congress, 2. 337. Reads 
letter from Hon. J. Hawley to Pres. 
John Adams, 2. 338. Of committee 
on the Index to the third series of Col- 
lections, 2. 338. Of Publishing Com- 
mittee for Vol. X. of the third series 
of do., 2. 340. To co-operate with the 
New York Historical Society in their 
memorial to be presented to Congress, 
2. 350. Of committee to procure a copy 
of the 'American Archives/ 2.418. Re- 
port of the committee, 2. 420. To take 
charge of Mr. Pulsifer's letter, 2. 423. 
Of committee to consider the preserva- 
tion of the manuscripts, 2. 429. Re- 
port of the committee on manuscripts, 
2. 431-434. Of committee to prepare 
a memorial for the United States Con- 
gress, 2. 550. A delegate to the semi- 
centennial celebration of the New York 
Historical Society, 2. 595. Of commit- 
tee to consider the matter communi- 
cated by the Trustees of the will of 
Hon. S. Appleton, 2. 598 ; 3. 5, 7. Re- 
port of the committee on the Appleton 
fund, 2. 599, 600, 601 ; 3. 6, 7. Amount 
subscribed by, for the Library and new 
Catalogue, 2. 603 n. Of committee to 
consider the subject of enlarged accom- 
modations, 3. 42, 43. Presents a sub- 



scription-list in aid of Boston, bearing 
the date of 1774, 3. 259-261. Signs a 
memorial against a petition of the New 
Eng. Hist. Gen. Soc, for a change of 
its corporate name, 3. 266-270. Invites 
the Society to meet at his house in the 
evening, 3. 131, 132. Motion, 4. 2. On 
the anniversary of Bunker Hill battle, 
4. 68-75. Report from the committee 
on the Cabinet, 4. 125. Of committee 
to resist any infringement of the Soci- 
ety's corporate name, with report' of 
the same, 4. 167, 198. Remarks by, 10. 
412; H.157; 12. 81 ; 16. 175. Elected 
Vice-President, 11. 45,243; 12. 80, 225; 
13. 21, 279; 14. 28, 328; 15. 276; 16. 
173; 17. 76; 18. 36. Vice-President, 
11. 492; 13. 49, 305, 312, 318, 324, 345, 
367, 378, 395, 425, 449; 14. 1, 2, 32, 52, 
53, 100, 103, 328; 16. 175; 17. 50, 60; 
18. 405. Reads a letter from Benjamin 
Franklin to Edmund Quincy, 11. 326. 
Pays a tribute to W. H. Seward, 12. 
296-308 ; 13. 23. Notices death of Hon. 
William Minot, 13. 49. Gifts of, to the 
Library, 13. 265, 271. Of committee to 
publish a volume of Revolutionary Pa- 
pers, 13. 232. Offers a resolution on 
the death of Charles Sumner, 13. 262. 
Reports on letters of John Adams to 
Prof. Winthrop, 13. 307. Notices death 
of John Carter Brown, 13. 312. Re- 
marks of, on announcing the death of 
Hon. C. H. Warren, 13. 318. On an- 
nouncing that of Prof. Jeffries "Wy man, 
13. 319. Letter of Pres. Winthrop to, 
13. 324-326. Announces the death of 
M. Guizot, 13. 345. Of Judge Curtis, 
13. 346. Announces the deaths of Dr. 
Shurtleff and Mr. Twisleton, 13. 367. 
Notices death of Dr. Walker, 13. 395. 
Notices the death of M. d'Avezac ; of 
Richard Almack ; of Charles Sprague; 
of Cyrus Eaton, 13. 426. Reads letter 
from Baron Sant ! Anna, 14 2. Com- 
municates two letters, 14. 38. Reads 
invitation from Bunker-Hill-Monument 
Association, 14. 52. Appoints commit- 
tee on Lowell Institute lectures, 14. 53. 
Notices the deaths of resident and hon- 
orary members during the summer of 
1875, 14. 103. Vote of thanks to, 14. 
153, 154. Reads a Narrative of Tutor 
Flynt's Journey to Portsmouth, 16. 5. 
Announces the death of Judge Bige- 
low, 16. 175, 176. Reads a letter from 
Prof. Theophilus Parsons, 16. 176. An- 
nounces the death of Col. Brantz 
Mayer, 17. 50. Remarks by, at the 
annual meeting, 17. 60, Gl. Announces 
the death of R. M. Mason, 17. 61. Re- 
ception at the house of, 17. 77. De- 
clines re-election to the Vice-Presidency, 
18. 416. Vote of thanks to, 18. 416. 
His ' Memoir of John Adams/ 1. 400- 



INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



407. His 'Life and Works of John 
Adams/ I. 106 n., 293 n. ; 2. 338, 481; 
13. 188; 18. 401 n. His 'Memoir of John 
Quincy Adams/ 2. 395-410. His ' Fa- 
miliar Letters of John Adams and his 
Wife' cited, 18. 139 m. 
Adams, Charles Francis, Jr., A.B., 17. 
337 n. ; 18. 27 ; 19. 357 ; 20. 183, 190, 204, 
231. Letter from, 10. 474. Elected a 
Resident Member, 14. 1. Accepts mem- 
bership, 14. 32. Reads a communi- 
cation on the " Old Planters " about 
Boston Harbor, 16. 194. Of a commit- 
tee to consider a communication from 
the United States Coast Survey, 16. 
400. Signs the report of committee to 
consider circular letter from the United 
States Coast Survey, 17. 105. Pays a 
tribute to Mr. Richard Frothingham, 
17. 335-337. Appointed to write a me- 
moir of R. H. Dana, 19. 197. Remarks 
by, on the death of Mr. Dana, 19. 199- 
205. Elected a member of the execu- 
tive committee of the Council, 19. 297 ; 
20. 199. Speaks of some ancient por- 
traits from the old Adams mansion at 
Quincy, 20. 120. Reads a paper on 
the printing of old manuscripts, 20. 
175-182. Presents to the Society let- 
ters of Pres. John Adams, 20. 360. His 
communication on the ' Old Planters ' 
about Boston Harbor, 16. 194. His 
'Address at the Weymouth Anniver- 
sary ' cited, 16. 195 n., 205 n. Paper 
by, on* Sir Christopher Gardiner, 20. 
60-88. Paper by, on the printing 
of old manuscripts, 20. 175-182. His 
'Memoir of Thomas Morton/ 20. 260. 

His ' New England Episodes/ 20. 352. 
Adams, Mrs. Charles F., 11. 372 ; 20. 120. 
Adams, Clement, 10. 383. 
Adams, Daniel, 17. 158. 
Adams, Daniel, donations from, 2. 68, 72, 

80. 
Adams, David Phineas, editor of the 

' Monthly Anthology/ 2. 387 n. 
Adams, Rev. Eliphalet, 8. 29 ; 11. 200 ; 15. 

161. His death, 15. 161. His funeral 

sermon on Gov. Saltonstall, 1. 146. 
Adams, Mrs. Elizabeth, 16. 8 m., 9. 
Adams, Mrs. Elizabeth (Checkley), 8. 335. 

335 n. ; 14. 280. 
Adams, G. W., donation from, 4. 139. 
Adams, George, donation from, 4. 437; 

5. 172. See Adams & Sampson. 
Adams, Hannah, 10. 473. Portrait of, by 

C. Harding, 11. .85. Papers of, 2. 81m. 

Her ' Dictionary of All Religions/ 2. 

81 n. Her ' History of New England/ 

10. 473. 
Adams, Henry, ancestor of John Adams, 

1. 400. 
Adams, Prof. Henry, A.B., 9. 452; 12. 

217 ; 20. 186. Accepted as umpire in 

the matter of the 'Hutchinson Pa- 



pers/ 12. 171 ; 13. 13. Unable to act 
as umpire, 12. 250 ; 13. 13. Leave 
granted to copy from the ' Heath Pa- 
pers/ 15. 181. Nominated a Corre- 
sponding Member, 18 248. Elected, 
18. 265. ' Documents relating to New 
England Federalism/ edited by, 2. 165. 

Adams, Prof. Herbert B , 20. 189. 
Elected a Corresponding Member, 20. 
94. Accepts membership, 20. 95. 

Adams, Rev. Hugh, d. 1750, settled at 
Braintree and Durham, 2. 150, 461 ; 3. 
322-324 ; 4. 12 ; 8. 29, 432. Notice of, 
by Dr. Belknap, 3. 324-326. Manu- 
script autobiography of, 3 322, 323. 
His 'Watchword of Warning' etc., 
3. 324. His ' Poetical Prophecies/ 3. 
325, 326. 

Adams. J. E., donation from, to the Cab- 
inet, 6. 17. 

Adams, Rev. Jasper, D.D , 1. 483. Pro- 
poses an exchange of books, 1. 453. 
Report of committee on his proposal, 
1. 456. Exchange of books with, 1. 473. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 1. 

474. Elected, 1. 477. Vote to give him 
the second series of the Collections, 1. 

475. Donations from, 2. 20, 23, 89, 
116. Letter from, 2. 60. 

Adams, John, assistant paymaster in the 
army, 6. 260. 

Adams, John, father of Pres. John Adams, 
1. 400. 

Adams, Mrs. John, see Adams, Abigail 
Smith. 

Adams, Pres. John, d. 1826, 1. 202, 300, 
301, 389, 391, 397 m., 421; 3. 195; 4. 
28 m., 44, 57, 71, 79 n., 86, 287, 381; 5. 
248 ; 8. 36, 90, 105, 297, 298, 377 ; 9. 7, 

, 8; 10. 99, 275, 343; 11. 7, 56, 140; 12. 
81, 434 ; 13. 55, 77, 79, 152, 177, 178, 
188, 224, 290, 295, 299, 300, 307, 373, 
396, 416 n. ; 14. 40, 45, 80, 81, 107, 230, 
246, 253, 266, 268, 278, 280, 304, 342, 
387 ; 15. 33, 44, 59, 62, 64, 66, 226, 328, 
361, 393; 16. 5, 5 m., 6 m., 43-45, 121, 
122, 174, 181 ; 17. 82, 117, 131, 380, 363, 
379, 441 ; 18. 2, 120 m., 126, 139 m„ 243, 
345, 383; 19. 143, 144, 146-152, 151m., 
157 m., 213; 20. 120, 121, 160, 229, 270. 
His death, 1. xlii, 394 m. Nominated a 
Resident Member, 1. 134. Elected, 1. 
134. Memoir of, by C. F. Adams, 1. 
400-407. Letter to, from Hon. Joseph 
Hawley, 2 338. His commissions to 
France, 2. 395-397. His service at the 
Court of George the Third, 2. 399 ; 6. 
126. Letters to, concerning occur- 
rences in 1775, 2. 443. Letters to 
Philip Mazzei, 2. 480,481. Letters from, 
to Pres. Willard, 2. 490. Inscription 
on his original visiting-card, 3. 152. 
Engaged as counsel in the contest con- 
cerning boundaries, 3. 218. Allusion 
to incidents concerning Washington, 



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taken from a letter of, 4. 70. Suggests 
Washington as commander-in-chief, 4. 
74. Negotiations in 1783, 4. 376. His 
draught of a constitution for Massachu- 
setts, 5. 88-89. Extracts from his let- 
ters on the constitution of Massachu- 
setts, 5. 89-90. Extracts from letters' 
of, 5. 210, 211; 13. 300 n.; 19 144 n. 
Letter from, to Mr. Coxe, 5. 310-312. 
Letter from, to R. Peters, 5. 312-313. 
Portrait of, presented to the Society, 

6. 3, 17. Associated with Jefferson, in 
framing the Declaration of Indepen- 
dence, 6. 103, 104. Letter to, from La- 
fayette, 6. 117. Absent in England, in 
1787, 6. 126. His detestation of the 
slave-trade, 6. 126, 150. His defence 
of the British soldiers, 6. 174. Letter 
from Gen. Thomas describing the army 
in 1775, 6. 186. Dissatisfaction created, 
among the Federalists, 6. 275. Corre- 
spondence with the Abbe de Mably, 6. 
364-367 ; 7. 407. His opinion of the facts 
and institutions to be studied, in order 
to write a history of the American Rev- 
olution, 6. 364-367. On the militia, 6. 
402. ' L Amerique delivree ' dedicated 
to, 7. 285 n., and the Abbe de Mably, 

7. 406, 407. Letter to Ezra Stiles, 8. 
230. Original letter of, to William 
Wirt, exhibited by Mr. Ames, 9. 356. 
Letters from, 10. 90-92, 208. Alluded 
to in the poem called 'Dangerous 
Vice/ 11. 18. Citations from his let- 
ters, ii. 302, 304. Envoy to Holland, 
11. 303. Manuscript papers of, pre- 
sented, 12. 98. Fac-simile of the diary 
of, the day after the destruction of 
the tea, 13. 191. Letters of, to Prof. 
Winthrop, 13. 263. Letter of James 
Warren to, 14. 79. Letter of, to his 
son, 14. 231. Letter of Gen. Gates to, 
14. 281. Letter of Joseph Ward to, 14. 
282. Letter of Gen. Sullivan to, 14. 
283-285. Letter from, in regard to the 
price of salt, 15. 226. Delegate to the 
Congress at Philadelphia, 15. 356. Let- 
ter from, to Dr. Bigelow, 17. 417, 418. 
A member of the State Convention of 
1779-80, 18. 245. A number of his let- 
ters given, 18. 400, 401. Letters from, 
to Hon. Cotton Tufts, 20. 360, 361. 
His ' Essay on Feudal Law/ 1. 20. 
His memorial to the States-General 
on Independence, 1. 26. The ' Life 
and Works of cited, 1. 106 m., 293 n. ; 
2. 338, 481 n.; 5. 88 n. ; 6. 103, 117, 
126, 183; 19. 143 w.-146w., 148 n 
His messages to Congress, 1. 123, 130. 
'Discourse on Davila/ 1. 191. De- 
fence of the American Constitutions, 1. 
201 ; 3. 387. His « Inadmissible Prin- 
ciples of the King of England's Proc- 
lamation/ 1. 202. Extract from his 

' Diary/ 6. 183. Original Journal of, 



13. 216. The Massachusetts Declara- 
tion of Rights, drawn by, 13. 299-304. 
His ' Diary ' cited, 20. 303 n. 
Adams, John, principal of Phillips Acad- 
emy, Andover, 19. 59. 
Adams, John Quincy, ig. 357. 
Adams, Mrs. John Quincy, 19. 23, 25, 28, 

30, 40, 47. 
Adams, Pres. John Quincy, d. 1848, 1. 
149, 150, 156, 158, 197, 403, 432, 475, 479; 
2. 50; 5. 275, 277 ; 7. 144 ; 8. 105, 271, 
483 ; 10. 181, 249, 274, 318, 428 ; 11. 57, 
71, 82, 89, 97, 108, 355; 12. 7, 15, 294, 
434 ; 13. 255, 375, 432, 452-; 14. 45, 231 ; 
15. 198, 201, 274, 318, 320, 323 ; 16. 130, 
162; 17. 5, 18, 114, 401; 18. 172, 176, 
264, 401, 423 ; 19. 22, 24, 37, 40-42, 46, 
47, 51, 57, 165, 165 n., 166, 170, 172, 176, 
177, 279-284, 302, 323, 347, 393 n. ; 20. 
120, 178. His death, 1. xlii ; 2. 384, 
385 rc., 389, 407; 7. 396; 9. 153. Nom- 
inated a Resident Member, 1. 145, 
Elected, 1. 148. Of committee to ex- 
amine the Treasurer's accounts, 1. 149 
157. Of committee on reprinting early 
volumes of the Collections, 1. 150. 
Donations from, 1. 153, 167, 190 ; 2. 
64, 85, 137, 176, 188, 215, 239, 241, 255, 
288, 320, 373. Of committee to devise 
a better way of publishing the Collec- 
tions, 1. 157. Signs the report of the 
committee on reprinting the Collec- 
tions, 1. 159. Of Publication Commit- 
tee of Vol. X, 1. 164. Requested to 
prepare a memoir of Gov. Sullivan, 1. 
200. Appointed to write the memoir 
of W. Tudor, Jr., 1. 435 n., 477. Con- 
tributes to the purchase of the Society's 
building, 1. 465 n. Present at meetings 
of the Society, 2. 50, 86, 88, 123, 132, 137, 
139, 141, 177, 192, 220, 239, 241, 253, 
256, 258, 291, 297, 318-321, 324, 326, 
353, 356, 374, 377. Chosen President 
pro tempore, 2. 120, 319. Of committee 
to consider the production of a com- 
prehensive United States History, 2. 
132. Report of the committee, 2. 134. 
His belief in a Federalist plot, 2. 165. 
To take charge of the matter of lost 
books or manuscripts, 2. 180. Report 
of the committee on the Benson Manu- 
script, 2. 190. Subject of a lecture 
given by, 2. 226 n. Invited to give 
the discourse at the celebration on the 
29th of May, 1843, 2. 243; 3. 355, 356. 
Correspondence concerning, 2. 243 n., 
244 n. To receive a vote of thanks 
for his oration on the 29th of May, 
1843, 2. 254. Extract from his Diary 
relating to the celebration on the 
29th of May, 1843, 2. 254 n. Agrees 
to furnish a copy of his Discourse for 
the press, 2. 255. List of delegates 
who assembled to listen to his Dis- 
course, 2. 255 «., 256 n. To be a dele- 



INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Adams, Pres. John Quincy (continued). 
gate to the meeting of the National 
Institute, 2. 267. A delegate to the 
New York Historical Society, 2. 296. 
Letter from, 2. 308. Of committee to 
consider the subject of a national name, 
2. 810. Report and form of answer to 
the communication from the New York 
Historical Society, concerning a na- 
tional name, 2. 315, 315 w.— 817 n. Pre- 
sents the reports of the Commissioner 
of Patents, 2. 316, 317. Presents the 
reports of Mr. Ellsworth and a copy of 
the Patent Laws, 2. 316, 317. A com- 
mittee appointed to assist him in the 
memoir of Mr. William Tudor, 2. 318. 
Is prevented from giving a lecture on 
the history of patents, 2 326. A copj' 
of the memorial prepared for Congress, 
forwarded to, 2. 339, 350. Memoir of, 
prepared by Hon. C. F. Adams, 2. 385 n., 
395-410. His ' Life ' written by Hon. 
Josiah Quincy, and given with the 
copyright to the Society, 2. 385, 385 11. ; 
4. 54, 55, 134, 241, 251 ; 5. 24, 191 ; 6. 
9, 12; 7. 19, 381, 396; 10. 9, 13, 166, 
170, 171; 11. 35, 40, 247, 249; 12. 77, 
78, 224; 13. 18, 278; 14. 326. His 
name, 2. 395. His boyhood and voy- 
ages, 2. 395-397. His commission at 
the age of thirteen, 2. 398. His studies, 
2. 399, 400. His commission from the 
United States to the States - General 
of Holland, 2. 401. His marriage, 2. 
402. Becomes a United States Senator, 
2. 402. Further commissions, 2. 402. 
Commission to Russia, 2. 403-405. Re- 
moves to Paris, 2. 405. Takes a posi- 
tion in the United States Congress, 2. 
405, 406. Elected President of the 
United States, 2. 406. Elected a mem- 
ber of the twenty-second Congress, 2. 
407. His study of Scripture and liter- 
ature, 2. 408, 409. Letter from Pres. 
Quincy in relation to the memoir of, 
2. 556, 557, 557 n. Defended in Con- 
gress by Gov. Lincoln, 11. 78. New 
'Life' of him needed, 11. 106. Medal 
celebrating his election, 11. 300. Anec- 
dote of, 11. 356. Manuscript papers of, 
presented, 12. 98. His review of the 
works of Fisher Ames, 1. 202. His 
* Diary/ 1. 309 n. ; 19. 26 n., 284. Ora- 
tion delivered by, on the 29th of May, 
1843, 2. 243; 3. 355, 356. 'Memoirs 
of/ cited, 2. 254 n. His poem of 
' Dermot McMorrogh/ 2. 409. His 
translation of ' Oberon/ 2. 409. His 
poem based on the lines, ' Man wants 
but little/ etc., 2. 409. Cited, 6. 79, 
184. Contributions to the Literary 
Miscellany, 6. 276. Extracts from 
the diary of, with regard to the im- 
peachment of Judge Pickering, 20. 337, 
338. 



Adams, John T., 20. 62 w. His 'Knight 
of the Golden Mel ice,' 20. 61, 77. 

Adams, Joseph, 3. 10. 

Adams, Rev. Joseph, 17. 156 ; 20. 336. 

Adams, Joseph, surgeon's mate, 15. 76 n. 

Adams, Joseph E , donation, 5. 441; 6. 17. 

Adams, Joseph T., 19 226, 227. 

Adams, Hon. Josiah, donations from, 2. 
31, 266, 435. Letter from, in relation 
to the papers of the late Rev. Dr. He- 
men way, 2. 306. 

Adams, Mary, 3. 10. 

Adams, Nathaniel, 14. 139. His ' Annals 
of Portsmouth' cited, 14. 139 n., 369, 
376?i., 380 w., a. ; 16. 256 n. Notice of 
Judge Pickering, 20 336, 337. 

Adams, Capt. Nathaniel, father of the an- 
nalist, 1. 61 ; 16. Sn., 9. 

Adams, Rev. Nehemiah, D.D., 2. 493 n. ; 
19. 262. 

Adams, Roger (Addams), 12. 107, 108. 

Adams, Ruth, 20 140. 

Adams, Samuel (Addams), 1683, 12. 108. 

Adams, Samuel, 14. 128 n. 

Adams, Gov. Samuel, d. 1803, 1. 6, 45 n. t 
295, 302, 397 n., 411, 485 n.; 3. 35; 4. 
112 «., 287 ; 5. 247, 355; 6. 147 ; 7. 295; 
8. 297, 298, 320, 340, 365, 399, 473, 474 ; 
10. 99; 11. 140; 12. 9, 276 n., 323 ; 13. 
57, 152, 157, 170, 177, 183, 191, 192, 196, 
197, 224, 225, 300 ; 14. 40, 80, 95, 241, 
285, 290, 304, 310 ; 15. 66, 165, 166, 168, 
169, 228, 266, 328, 330, 352, 358, 361, 393 ; 
16. 43, 289, 371, 372, 374 ; 17. 132, 289, 
291,317,330, 386; 18. 125; 19. 135 n., 
138; 20. 14, 15, 211. Informed of the 
formation of the Society, 1. xvii. Let- 
ter from R. H. Lee to, 1. 200. Details 
relating to the Federal Convention of 
1788, 3 301-304. The British troops 
removed from Boston, 3. 308, 309. His 
hair, 4. 44. Quotes Milton, 4. 225. Del- 
egate to Convention of 1768, 4. 388. 
Of Committee to draught a Constitu- 
tion, 5. 88. The form of a single as- 
sembly, 5. 90. Excepted from pardon 
by Gen. Gage, 5. 327. Gen. Gage de- 
mands that he be given up, 7. 189. 
Opposes the ultimatum of 1782, 7. 264. 
His jcharacter sketched by Marbois, 
7. 264" Opposes moving the General 
Court to Boston, 7. 294. His election 
as Governor noted, 8. 320. Short de- 
scription of, 8. 320. Letters discovered 
in England, supposed to implicate 
many leaders of the Revolution, 8. 323. 
Presented with a suit of clothes, and 
other tokens of popular esteem, 8. 340. 
Letters to James Bowdoin, 12. 226-230. 
Letter of Capt. Hector M'Neil to, 12. 
276. Statue of, 13. 78. Letter of, 
cited, 13. 178. Autographs of, 13 216. 
Letter of, to James Warren, 13. 205. 
Extract from a letter of James Warren 
to, 14. 80, 81. Letter of, to Gen Sul- 



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livan, 14. 275. Letters of James Warren 
to, 14. 277, 280. Letter of Dr. Cooper 
to, 14. 279. Delegate to the Congress 
at Philadelphia, 15. 356. A member 
of the State convention of 1779-80, 
18. 245. Paper on the charges against, 
by Abner C. Goodell, Jr., 20. 213-223. 
Bond given by, as collector of taxes, 
20. 215. Oration of, in Philadelphia, 
August, 1776, 13. 451. 

Adams, Mrs. Samuel, killed by Indians, 
14. 128 n. 

Adams, Lieut. Silas, 15. 86. 

Adams, Thomas, 10. 99. 

Adams, Thomas, 11. 181. 

Adams, Thomas, 19. 180. 

Adams, Thomas, 1. 13, 59 ; 8. 462 ; 10. 
99. Donations from, 1. 26, 60, 65, 112, 
122, 201. See also Adams & Larkin ; 
Adams & Nourse ; White & Adams. 

Adams, Thomas Boylston, 17. 117. Do- 
nation from, 1. 131. 

Adams, Ursula, 14. 128 n. 

Adams, Dr. Usher, donation from, 2. 249. 

Adams, Rev. William, 8. 14, 22, 27. His 
Fast sermon, 1. 10. General Election 
Sermon of, 2. 293 n. 

Adams & Larkin, Messrs., 1. 59. Dona- 
tions from, 1. 82, 98. 

Adams & Nourse, Messrs., 1. 13. 

Adams & Rhodes, Messrs., donations from, 
1. 137, 147, 154, 168, 178, 191, 202, 219. 

Adams & Sampson, donations from, 4. 
133 ; 5. 172 ; 6. 361 ; 7. 408. 

Adams Library, Quincy, 20. 231. 

Addams, see Adams. 

Addington, Rt. Hon. Henry, ' Letters to, 
concerning sugar raising/ 1. 218. 

Addington, lion. Isaac or Isaiah, Secre- 
tary, 3. 344; 4. 256; 11. 206, 315; 12. 
107,120,254,255; 14. 124 n. ; 16. 108; 
20. 316, 322. Letter from Sir Henry 
Ashurst to, with his reply, 2. 304, 304 n., 
305 n. Matters relating to money 
loaned by Harvard College, 6. 344. 
Letter from Judge Sewall to, 12. 378- 
379. 

Addison, Joseph, 13. 65; 16. 151; 19. 272; 
20. 204. Compared with Irving, 4. 399, 
400, 406. 

Addison Street, 6. 29. 

' Address from the General Court to the 
people of Massachusetts/ 1. 20. 

'Address of the people of Great Britain 
to the inhabitants of America/ 1. 19. 

Addressers, 8. 331, 331 n. 

Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen, Queen of 
England, 15. 242 n. 

Adelung, Friedrich von, nominated a 
Corresponding Member, 1.340. Elected, 
1. 342. His death, 5. xi. 

Adet, Pierre Auguste, 1. 300; 7. 337. 

Adjutant-General of New Hampshire, Re- 
port of the, cited, 19. 259. 

Adlam, Rev. S., donation from, 2. 475. 



Adlane, Georgiana, letter of, referred to 
Mr. Frothingham, 14. 328. 

Adlard, George, on the Dudleys of Mas- 
sachusetts, 3. 281. Report, on his Ac- 
count of the Dudleys of Massachusetts, 
4. 20-21 ; 6. 81, 82. Donation from, 6. 
78. Donation to the New York Histor- 
ical Society, 6. 79. On the seal used 
by Governor Andros, 6. 79, 80. Re- 
marks by Mr. Deane on his ' Sutton- 
Dudley s/ 6. 81, 82. Transcript of the 
' Life of Thomas Dudley/ printed in 
his ' Sutton-Dudley s of England/ 11. 
203. Errors in the transcript, 11. 208 w., 
210 n., 211 n., 219 n., 220 n. 

Admiral Duff, ship, 20. 270. 

Admiral Vernon's Head, tavern, 18. 379. 

Admiralty law, 2. 565. 

Admission fees, 1. 3, 69; 3. 240; 12. 70; 
13. 141. Proceeds of, for the Society, 
2.3w., 37»., 103 n., 131 n., 148 n., 21 In., 
234m, 253rc., 269 n., 314 n., 367rc., 386n., 
425 n., 453 n., 471 n., 527 n., 556 n. ; 3. 
240 ; 4. 251, 254; 5. 22, 24, 189, 191; 6. 
9, 12. Rules of payment, 2. 514; 3. 240, 
241 ; 13. 141. See Treasurer's Report, 
and By-Laws. 

Adventure, ship, 20. 402. 

' Advertiser/ see ' Boston Daily Adver- 
tiser/ 

' Advocate/ donations from the editors 
of, 9. 368, 436, 463; 10. 1, 21, 33, 40, 
80, 86, 93, 105, 117, 144, 206, 311, 314, 
320, 335, 344, 409, 484. 

Advocates' Library, Edinburgh, 1. 173 n. 
Vote to give the Collections to, 1. 340; 
2. 70». 

Advocates' Library, Quebec, 2. 595. 

JEneid of Virgil, 6. 266. 

Aerssens, Francis, 16. 464-468. 

iEschylus, Translation of, in the Dowse 
Library, 3. 384. 

Aetius, 5. 394. 

Africa, matters pertaining to the slave- 
trade, 6. 88, 103, 105, 138, 144, 221. See 
Slavery. Portuguese colonies having 
black soldiers, 6. 247. Plan of a tour 
in, 10. 226. 

' African Repository/ 6. 78. 

Africans, 6. 153. Questions of citizen- 
ship, 3. 203 ; 6. 93-95. 

Agas, Ralph, his map of London, 14. 206. 

Agassiz, Prof. Alexander, 14. 8, 22; 19. 
357. Donation from, 15. 399. 

Agassiz, Mrs. Louis J. R., 15. 400. 

Agassiz, Prof. Louis J. R., LL.D., 10. 357, 
358: 11. i43; 12. 28; 13. 380; 14. 11, 
16,19; 15.398-401; 16. 211 ; 17.457, 
463,; 18. 314; 19. 318; 20. 107, 238. 
Indian remains discovered in West 
Medford, and taken to, 6. 362. Dona- 
tion from, 10. 21. Letter of, to Pres. 
Winthrop, on ' Publication Funds/ 13. 
283-285. Anecdote of, 13. 286. Tablet 
placed in the wall of the house in which 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



he was born, 13. 370 n. Mr. Water- 
8ton's address at the Humboldt Cen- 
tennial celebration, 15. 398-401. Letter 
from, to Dr. Bigelow, 17. 429. Mr. G. 
B. Emerson's estimate of, 20. 239, 240. 

Agawam, Ipswich, 11. 219. 

Aggar, Rafe, see Agas. 

Aggawam, Sagamore of, 14. 373. 

Agincourt, battle of, 7. 154. 

Agling, John, 11. 395. 

Agnew, Stair, 17. 211. 

Agoric, a purgative, 5. 397. 

Agricola, C. Julius, 17. 34 ; 19. 4. 

Agricultural Society of Massachusetts, 
see Massachusetts, etc. 

Agricultural Society of New York, see 
New York, etc. 

Agus, Mr. , 19. 217, 222. 

Ahawton, Indian, 17. 52, 54. 

Aiken, James, 11. 345, 346. 

Aiken, John, M.D., 15. 231 n. 

Aiken, Mrs. Mercy, 11. 345, 346. 

Aiken, Gov. William, 18. 440. 

Aikin, Miss Lucy, 12. 287 n. Her ' Me- 
moirs of Charles 1./ cited, 18. 442. 

Aikins, see Akins. 

Ailesbury, Robert Bruce, 1st Earl of, 13. 
106. 

Ailly, Pierre d', 18. 199. 

Aimomett, Pequot Indian, 16. 402. 

Ainsworth, Rev. Henry, 11. 201 ; 13. 336; 
15. 396. 

Aioquoamett, Pequot Indian, 16. 402. 

Aiottabitom, Pequot Indian, 16. 402. 

Aitken, Robert, 14. 64; 17. 206. 

Ajax, ship, 1. 197 n. 

Akbar, ship, 7. 417. 

Akenside, Mark, 18. 302. 

Akins, Thomas B., 3. 263; 11. 103, 499. 
Donations from, 3. 263 ; 4. 14 ; 7. 474 ; 
n.228,322; 12.67. Appointed a com- 
missioner for examining public docu- 
ments in Nova Scotia, 3. 263,334. Asks 
for a set of the Collections, 3. 263, 264. 
Letters from, 3. 334. Elected Corre- 
sponding Member, 11. 145. Accepts 
membership, 11. 197. 

Alabama, Confederate cruiser, 11. 277; 
18. 310. Official correspondence re- 
lating to, presented, 11 135. 

Alabama claims, 13. 265, 271. 

Alabama Historical Society, donation 
from, 3. 93. 

Alaman, Don Lucas, nominated a Cor- 
responding Member, 2. 447. Elected, 
2. 450. Accepts membership, 2. 471. 
Donations from, 2. 445, 466, 478, 534. 
His death, 5. xi. 

Alatamaha, Presbyterians on the, 8. 215. 

Albach, James R., his ' Western Annals ' 
cited, 17. 190 n. 

Albany, N. Y. t 3. 60-63, 65, 96, 98, 113, 
132, 151, 152, 178, 182, 237, 278; 4. 92 ; 
5. 215; 7. 276 n., 329, 331-337, 412; 11. 
94, 317, 319; 16. 104-106, 209, 380, 381; 



17. 25, 110, 201, 334; 19. 70 n., 394, 396, 

398-402, 406, 408, 415, 419, 420, 422. 

Name changed from Aurania, 6. 72 n. 

State Library at, 6. 247. Old Dutch 

Church at, 19. 419. United Presbyte- 
rian Church at, 19. 420 n. 
Albany Bridge, 5. 21 7. 
' Alban} r Evening Journal/ publishers of, 

donation from, 6. 331. 
Albany Female Academy, donation from, 

7. 407. 
Albany Institute, donation from, 3. 37. 
Albany Railroad, see Boston and Albany 

Railroad. 
Albatross, ship, 11. 352. 
Albee, Obadiah, 20. 305 n. 
Albemarle, Christopher Monk, 2c? Duke 

of, j 3. 106. 
Albemarle, George Monk, 1st Duke of, 1. 

48 ; 6. 255, 489-491 ; 12. 420 ; 15. 28. 

Commissions given to Fitz-J : Win- 

throp, 6. 489. His connection with the 

Winthrop Letter, 6. 490, 491. 
Albemarle, George Thomas Keppel, 6(h 

Earl of, 13. 325, 366; 14. 27, 159; 19. 

249 ; 20. 100. Letter of, 13. 326. Vote 

of thanks to, 13. 327. Letter from, 13. 

371. 
Albemarle Portrait of Washington, 14. 

27, 159. A copy of, presented to the 

Society, 13. 324. Painted by C. W. 

Peale, 13. 375-377. 
Albemarle Street, 3. 146. 
Albert I., of Austria, 11. 427. 
Albert, Margrave of Brandenburg, 15. 248. 
Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, 15. 382 ; 

19. 99, 121. His visit to Boston, 5. 85- 

86, 96, 97. 
Albree, Elizabeth (Mrs. Banks), 18. 174. 

Alcock, Ensign , 14. 141. 

Alcock, George, 8. 14, 23, 27. 
Alcock, John, 8. 11, 20, 25. 
Alcock, Samuel, 8. 12, 21, 26. 
Alcock, Capt. Samuel, death of, 14. 148. 
Alcott, Col. , to move to the assist- 
ance of Col. Warner, 6. 357. 
Alcrain, Charles, 15. 157. 

Alden, Major , 15. 103. 

Alden, Miss A. S., donation from, 5. 159. 
Alden, Ebenezer, M.D., donations from, 

2. 508, 547 ; 6. 1, 82. 
Alden, Lieut. -Col. Ichabod, 15. 77, 153, 

154, 160. 
Alden, John, 14. 163 ; 20. 44, 45. His 

landing at Plymouth, 4. 142. 
Alden, Lieut. Judah, 15. 77, 77 n. 
Alden, Rev. Noah, 8. 301. 
Alden, Paul, 1. 345. 
Alden, Mrs. Sarah, 1. 123, 421. 
Alden, Rev. Timothy, d. 1828, settled at 

Yarmouth, 1. 83. 
Alden, Rev. Timothy, D.D., d. 1839, 1. 

199, 200, 205-207, 214, 234, 235, 237, 

238, 241, 244, 251 ; 10. 322 ; 17. 18; 19. 

360. Donations from, 1. 53, 124, 146, 



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167, 178, 191, 201, 202, 251, 495. Nom- 
inated a Corresponding Member, i. 142. 
Elected, i. 143. Communication from, 
referred to Publishing Committee, i. 
172. Elected Librarian and Cabinet- 
Keeper, i. 196. Of committee to re- 
port new rules for the Library, i. 200. 
Elected Librarian, i. 206. Librarian, i. 
208-212. To purchase a new lock, i. 
206. To get articles loaned to S. Turell, 
i. 206. Of committee to designate 
books that cannot be taken from the 
Library, i. 212. Of committee to pre- 
pare lists of preachers of annual elec- 
tion sermon, i. 213. Resigns the Libra- 
rian's office, i. 214. Vote of thanks to, 
. i. 214. First series of Collections given 
to, i. 214. Vote of thanks to, for mak- 
ing catalogue of the Library, i. 221 ; 
2. 43 n., 44 n. Account of his services 
to the Society, i. 221 n. Ten copies of 
the Library catalogue to be sent to 
him, i. 224. Vote to give Collections 
to, i. 251, 493; 2. 69 n. Communica- 
tion from, 2. 48. Letter from, contain- 
ing corn taken from a burning house 
in 1676, 2. 309. His * Memorabilia of 
Yarmouth/ i. 111. His account of a 
flood in the Penobscot River, i. 111. 
His century sermon, i. 154. His ac- 
count of earthquakes in New Hamp- 
shire, i. 166, 190. His ' Religious So- 
cieties in Portsmouth/ i. 176. His 
'American Epitaphs' cited, i. 458 n. ; 
14. 147 n., 182 n.; 17. 85. 

Alden, Zechariah, 8. 29. 

Alderich, Lieut. Levi, 15. 77. 

Aldridge, , innkeeper, 19. 405, 417, 

418. 

Aldus, 10. 439. 

Aldworth, Robert, 14. 367. 

Aleander, see Aleandro. 

Aleandro, Girolamo, 20. 375, 377. 

Alembert, Jean le Rond d', quoted, 10. 
90.- 

Alert, vessel, 11. 352. 

Alewifes, 7. 418. 

Alexander L, of Russia, 2. 403; 11. 241 ; 
18. 381, 382. 

Alexander II., of Russia, 15. 42, 53 ; 18. 
196 n. ; 20. 354. 

Alexander III., Pope, 11. 414, 418. 

Alexander VI. (Borgia), Pope, 11. 423, 
425 ; 16. 319 ; 20. 382. 

Alexander, Dr. , 19 25. 

Alexander, Rev. Caleb, his l Greek Gram- 
mar/ 1. 111. 

Alexander, Francis, 10. 310. 

Alexander, James, 14. 81, 82. 

Alexander, James, Shrewsbury, natural- 
ized, 4. 360. 

Alexander, Hon. Mark, 18. 247. 

Alexander, Lieut. Nathaniel, 15. 84. 

Alexander, Robert, 15. 10. 

Alexander, William, 15. 11. 



Alexander, Messrs. William & Sons, 15. 
10. 

Alexander, Sir William, Earl of Stirling, 
see Stirling. 

Alexandra-Feodorowna, Empress of Rus- 
sia, 18. 197. 

Alexandria, Egypt, 3. 210 ; 6. 305. 

Alexandria, Fa'., 4. 90; 10. 450 ; 18. 191 ; 
19. 20, 71 ; 20. 256. 

Alexandrine, Duchess of Saxe-Coburg, 16. 

Alexis, Grand Duke, 12. 174 ; 18. 196 n. 

Alfford, Mr., subscribes towards the build- 
ing of 'y e Towne house ' of Boston, 3. 
338. 

Alford, Henry, Dean of Canterbury, 12. 
70. 

Alford, Capt. James, 13. 408. 

Alford, Hon. John, 12. 419; 16. 393. 

Alford, Mrs. Margaret Savage, portrait 
of, by Smibert, 16. 393. 

Alford, Mass., 12. 406, 408, 419. 

Alfred, Maine, 10. 410. 

Alger, Abiezer, 13. 372, 375. 

Alger, Alice {Mrs. Fiske), 13. 375. 

Alger, Arthur M., 19. 144, 145 n. 

Alger, Benjamin, 13. 372. 

Alger, Cyrus, 13. 375. 

Alger, Daniel, 13. 372. 

Alger, Daniel, Jr., 13. 372. 

Alger, Rev. Horatio, H.C. 1825, 19. 
259. Donation from, 2. 457. 

Alger, Israel, 13. 372. 

Alger, James, 13. 372. 

Alger, rJeacon James, 19. 259. 

Alger, Joseph, 13. 372. 

Alger, Thomas, 13. 372. 

Alger, Rev. William R„ 11. 499. Dona- 
tions from, n.85, 129. His 'Critical 
History of the Doctrine of a Future 
Life/ 18. 428 n. 

Algiers, Dey of 12. 60; 16 139. 

Algiers, Divan of, 6. 123, 126. 

Algonkins, salt not used by, 15. 226. 

Aliacus, see Ailly, P. 

Alington, Sir Giles, KnU, 5. 498. 

Alington, Susan (aft. Mrs. Craine), 5. 
498. 

Alison, Archibald, F.R.S.E., nomi- 
nated a Corresponding Member, 2. 249. 
Elected, 2. 250. Death of, 9. xvi ; 10. 
34. 

Alkins, Robert, marriage of, 14. 150. 

All men are born free and equal, 3. 196 ; 
5-92. 

All Souls College, 6. 18. 

Allan, George, 15. 257. 

Allan, George H., gift from, 18. 287. 

Allan, John, 8. 480; 10. 447. 

Allard, Grace (Mrs. Parcher), 14. 152. 

Allding, Capt., accused of witchcraft 
(1692), 5 35. 

Allegania, Republic of, 2. 310 n., 316 w., 
317 n. 

Alleghany, Penn., 19. 360. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Alleghany College, Penn., i. 323, 444, 493. 
Vote to give a copy of Hubbard's 
'History to/ I. 251; 2. 69 n. 

Alleghany Mountains, 3. 230. 

Allen, Mr. , 19. 27. 

Allen, Mr. , 19. 220. 

Allen, Mrs. , 18. 14. 

Allen, Andrew Jeremiah, 4. 360 n. 

Allen, Ann, 16. 78 n. 

Allen, Ann (Mrs. Furnel), 14. 151. 

Allen, Anne, 20. 319. 

Allen, Bozoun, 20. 2, 3. 

Allen, Charles, donation from, 11. 499. 

Allen, lion. Charles, 1. 413; 14. 389, 393. 

Allen, Charlotte, 16. 78 n. 

Allen, E. G., donation from, 5. 86. 

Allen, Ebenezer, a refugee from Boston 
in 1770, 18. 22(5. 

Allen, Edward, 12 108. 

Allen, Eleanor, 16. 78 n. 

Allen, Mrs. Elijah, donation from, 6. 414. 

Allen, Gen. Ethan, taken prisoner when 
a colonel, 5. 331, 334, 335. Exchanged, 
5. 333, 338, 340. His 'Brief Narra- 
tive/ 1. 21. 

Allen, Miss Frances Anne (Mrs. Sparks), 
see Sparks. 

Allen, Rev. Francis, 12. 109. 

Allen, Frederic, 12. 186. 

Allen, Rev. George, 1. 413. Donation 
from, 5. 86. 

Allen, Deacon Henry, 12. 107 ; 17. 52, 53. 

Allen, Rev. Isaac, 18. 238. 

Allen, Lieut. Jacob, 15. 76. 

Allen, James, 1. 411; 20. 6. 

Allen, James, 8. 28. 

Allen, James, 19. 167, 169, 178. 

Allen, Capt. James, 15. 76. 

Allen, James, poet, 2. 65; 12. 323. Por- 
trait of, presented to the Societ3 r , 2. 65. 
Portrait of, to be repaired, 2. 289 n. 

Allen, Rev. James, 2. 449 n., 467 ; 6. 346, 
347; 12. 107; 17. 263, 264, 2P7-274, 343. 
Sermons by, 1. 10. General Election 
Sermon of, 2. 293 n. 

Allen, Jeremiah, 13. 80. Portrait of, pre- 
sented to the Society, 2. Qb. Portrait 
of, to be repaired, 2. 289 n. 

Allen, John, donation from, 1. 68. 

Allen, Lieut. John, 14 127. 

Allen, John, printer. 7. 165. 

Allen, Rev. John, see Allin, Rev. John. 

Allen (Allyn), Sec. John, 3. 61 ; 6. 71 n., 
72 n. ; 10. 396. Letter of, to Gov. 
Winthrop, 13. 234. 

Allen, Jollev, 7. 249 ; 10. 162 ; 16. 67-69, 
73, 76, 78??., 84, 85, 87, 89, 95, 96, 96 n., 
99. Narrative of, 2. 313, 313 n. ; 16. 
69-99. Pass for, to the General Court, 
16. 80. Report of the committee of the 
House of Representatives, on the peti- 
tion of, 16. 85. Agreement signed by. 
16. 91. Pass to, from Dr. Flint, 16. 93 
Letter to, from Judge Oliver Wendell, 
16. 93. 



Allen, Jolley, the younger, 16. 78 n. 

Allen, Lieut. Jonas, 15. 83. 

Allen, Jonathan, 16. 35. 

Allen, Capt. Jonathan, 15. 83. 

Allen, Lieut. Jonathan, 15. 84. 

Allen, Joseph, 10. 47, 48; 20. 114-116, 
121. 

Allen, Joseph, portrait of, by Blackburn, 
12. 324 ; 16. 386. 

Allen, Joseph, sentenced by a court-mar- 
tial, 16. 344. 

Allen, Hon. Joseph, i. 239, 252, 277, 
408?*.; 15 66. His death, 1. xlii. Nom- 
inated a Resident Member, 1. 198. 
Elected, 1. 199. Memoir of, by S. F. 
Haven, 1. 411-413. 

Allen, Lieut. Joseph, 15. 77. 

Allen, Mrs. Joseph, portrait of, by Black- 
burn, 16. 386. 

Allen, Rev. Joseph, 1655, 17. 256 n. 

Allen, Rev. Joseph, donation from, 2. 352. 

Allen, Rev. Joseph, D.D., 11. 374. Rem- 
iniscence of Dr. Frothingham by, 11. 
371-372. 

Allen, Lieut. Judah, 15. 77 n. 

Allen, Lewis, 16. 68, 82 n., 83, 83 n., 84- 
86. Memorial of, to the General Court, 
16. 83. 

Allen, Hon. Lewis F., his ' Memorial of 
James S. Wadsworth/ presented by 
Mr. Waterston, 9. 67. 

Allen, Maria M. (Mrs., Curtis), 16. 35. 

Allen, Myron O., M.D., his 'History of 
Wenham ' cited, 1. 500 n. 

Allen, Dr. Nathan, donation from, 2. 
459. 

Allen, Nathaniel, 16. 78 n. 

Allen, Lieut. Noah, 15. 83. 

Allen, Paul, 13. 43. 

Allen, Rev. S. F., donation from, 2. 353. 

Allen, Samuel, 19. 310. 

Allen, Gov. Samuel, ' d. 1705, 17. 227. 
Death of, 14. 140. His ' Title to New 
Hampshire/ 1. 19. 
i Allen, Lieut. Samuel, 15. 82 n. 

Allen, Sarah, 16. 78 n. 

Allen, Sarah Parker (Mrs. Clifford), ik. 

36a 5 

Allen, Mrs. Susan, donation from, 2. 65. 
To receive the thanks of the Society, 
2.65. 

Allen, Thaddeus, donations from, 2. 375, 
382. 

Allen, Thomas, 16. 78 n. 

Allen, Thomas, Jr., 16. 96 n. 

Allen, Rev. Thomas, 1639, 20. 347. 

Allen, Rev. Thomas, d. 1810, 17. 91, 92 ; 
19. 398, 421. Gives copies of his elec- 
tion sermon and his ' Historical Sketch 
of Berkshire/ 1. 201. 

Allen, William, 7. 217. 

Allen, William, donation from, 10. 335. 

Allen, William, father of Mrs. J. Sparks, 
10. 258. 

Allen, Rev. William, works of, 18. 430. 



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Allen, Rev. William, D.D., 4. 93 ; 14. 
23; 17. 263 n. Gives a copy of his ' Bio- 
graphical Dictionary/ 1. 218. Nomi- 
nated a Corresponding Member, 1. 493. 
Elected a Corresponding Member, 2. 
48, 49. Accepts membership, 2. 67. 
Books given to, by Mr. T. Wallcut, 2. 
204. Donations from, 2. 211, 306, 
351; 3. 32 a. Statement concerning 
Gov. Hutchinson's publications, 3. 137, 
148, 149. Friend and biographer of 
Dr. Codman, 5. 413, 414, 416-420. His 
'Biographical Dictionary/ 1. ix, 218; 

8. 43. 

Allen, William F., A.M., 19. 285. 
Elected a Corresponding Member, 19. 
243. Accepts membership, 19. 247. 

Allen, William H., LL.D., donation from, 
2. 526. 

Allen, William Howland, 15. 369. 

Allen, Hon. Zachariah, LL.D., 1. 399 n. ; 
18. 406 ; 19. 285. Paper read by, re- 
lating to lioger Williams, 5. 45. Do- 
nation from, 5. 159. Elected a Corre- 
sponding Member, 18. 179. Accepts 
membership, 18. 240. Death of, 19. 
xx. His death announced, with re- 
marks by Vice-President Ellis, 19. 278, 
279. 

Alien & Rowell, Messrs., donation from, 
13. 246. 

* Allen's Reports/ Mass., cited, 13. 299. 

Allerton, Miss {Mrs. Cuthbertson), see 
Cuthbertson. 

Allerton, Isaac, 1. 113 w.; 3. 287; 8. 12, 
20, 25; 13. 389; 17. 344; 20. 67, 84. 
His death, 2. 110. His Bible lent to 
the Sanitary Commission Fair, 7. 361. 
His sister, 8. 35. 

Alley, Benjamin, 20. 11. 

Alleyne, Mr. in Somerset's case, 7. 

324. 

Alliance, ship, 3. 215. 

Allibone, S. Austin, LL.D., 1. 278 n. ; 
12. 72, 142, 391 ; 13. 76 ; 14. 175 ; 16. 
427, 428 ; 17. 289, 361. Elected a Cor- 
responding Member, 5. 1, 199. Note 
from, announcing the completion of 
his ' Dictionary of English Literature/ 

9. 229; 10. 5; the 'Dictionary' cited, 

10. 108. 

Allin, Daniel, 8. 23,- 27. 

Allin, David, 15. 351, 352. 

Allin, Elizabeth (Mrs. Cole), 14. 151. 

Allin, Jacob, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Allin, Rev. James, Brookline, extracts from 

a sermon of, 12. 247-249. 
Allin, John, death of, 14 131. 
Allin, Rev. John, d. 1671, Dedham, 3. 132, 

155; 11. 201. His 'Preface to the 

Defence of the Answer to the Nine 

Questions/ 3. 288. 
Allin, Rev. John, H.C. 1643, d. 1683, 

Vicar of Rye, England, and son of Rev. 

J. Allin, of Dedham, 3. 132, 155 ; 4. 



444; 8. 11, 20, 25. Copies of letters 
of, given to the Society, 3. 155. Pam- 
phlet concerning the Great Plague, 
1665-6, from the Letters of, presented 
to the Society, 3. 181. Proposition in 
regard to publishing extracts from his 
letters, 7. 361. 

Allin, Leah (Mrs. Kenny), 14. 151. 

Allin, Mrs. Martha (Damm), 14. 151. 

Allin, Mary (Mrs. Pinkham), 14. 151. 

Allin, Rachel (Mrs. Twomley), 14. 150. 

Allin, Gov. Samuel, see Allen, Gov. S : 

Allin, William, 3. 260. 

Allin, Ensign William, death of, 14. 
134. 

Alline, Henry, 1. 461 n. 

Alline, William, donation from, 1. 89. 

Ailing, Rev. James, 8. 23, 28. Death of, 
14. 129. 

Allison, Mrs. , death of, 14. 139. 

Allison, Francis, 15. 231. 

Allman, Dr. , donation from, 1. 201. 

Allotments of land in the early settle- 
ments, 9. 54. 

Allston, Gov. Joseph, S. C, 4. 97. 

Allston, Washington, 2. 289 n.; 3. 376, 
379; 10. 51; 11. 98; 17. 69; 19. 347. 
Medal of, 4. 134. Friend of C. Eraser, 
5. 83. His blender presented to the 
Society, 6. 414, 415 ; 7. 24. His brush 
presented to the Society, 6. 414. A 
portrait of, by Harding, presented to 
the Society, 17. 51. 

Allston, Mrs. Washington, 6. 414. 

Allston Street, Boston, 6. 29. 

Allyn, Abby Bradford (Mrs. C. Francis), 
8. 241. 

Allyn, Capt. Francis, 19 56., 

Allyn, Helen, 13. 9. 

Allyn, Rev. John, D.D., 1. 129, 165, 188, 
223, 235, 500«.; 2. 278; 8. 241, 252; 12. 
5. Nominated a Resident Member, 1. 
126. Elected, 1. 128. Letter from, ac- 
cepting membership, 1. 128 n. Resigns 
membership, 1. 446. Assessments due 
from, remitted, 1. 446. Death of, an- 
nounced, 1. 473. Dr. Francis appointed 
to write a memoir of, 1. 475 ; 2 509 n. 
His election sermon, 1. 178. Memoir 
of, cited, 1. 475 n., 500 n. 

Allyn, Secretary John, see Allen, Sec. 
John. 

Almack, Barugh, his work on the 'Agri- 
culture of Norfolk/ 2. 321. 

Almack, Mrs. Frances (Horn), 13. 448. 

Almack, Richard, F.S.A., 4. 274 ; 5. 
291; 10. 329, 330; 11. 484; 12. 264; 
14. 1, 25, 155. Nominated a Corre- 
sponding Member, 2 239. Elected, 2. 
240. Accepts membership, 2. 250. Do- 
nations from, 2. 265, 267, 267 n., 268, 
321 ; 3. 40 ; 10. 375. Letter from, to 
Hon. R. C. Winthrop, 7. 115-116. 
Death of, 13. xviii. His death noticed, 
13. 426. Mr. Winthrop's tribute to, 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



13. 447. Notice of, from ' Suffolk and 
Essex Free Press/ 13. 447-449. 

Almanacs, 1. 7. Interleaved with vari- 
ous entries by Dr. Belknap, 3. 295-311. 
In the Reign of Queen Anne, 7. 125- 
132. 

Almon, John, publisher, 5. 363 ; 11. 7, 112, 
113 m., 115, 116, 124, 128, 199. His 
'Remembrancer, ' 1. 167. Vote to de- 
posit one copy of the ' Remembran- 
cer ' in the Athenaeum Library, 1. 
282. Map of Boston in his ' Remem- 
brancer,' 7. 362. His ' Biographical, 
Literary, and Political Notes ' cited, 16. 
46, 47. 

Almy, Christopher, signs the engagement 
of the Pocasset purchasers, 3. 238. 

Almy, Job, signs the engagement of the 
Pocasset purchasers, 3. 238. 

Alofsen, S., letter from, 8. 477. 

Aloit [Eliot, John, D.D.\, 15. 351. 

Aloney, Capt, 15. 117, 117 n. 

Alpha, steamer, y, 416. 

Alps, 2. 317 n. 

Alsatree, chief, 7. 439, 441. 

Alsted, John H., his ' Encyclopaedia/ 2 
367. 

Alt, John, 16. 265. 

Altadsee, chief, quoted, 7. 446. 

Althorp, Eng., 10. 436, 439. 

Althorp Library, 8. 448. 

Alting, Menso (?), 17. 277. 

Alton, Edward, Count d\ 18. 73. 

'Alumnus of Harvard College/ donation 
from, 2. 424. 

Alva, Fernando Alvarez, Duke of, 16. 
445 ; 20 381. 

Alvord, Mr., Mass., 12. 230. 

Alvord, Henry E., 14. 32. 

Amadas, Capt. Philip, 19. 80. 

Amaral, Jose do, B. de Toro, 19. 60 n. 

Amazon River, pamphlet on the naviga- 
tion of, 3. 1. 

Amblar, Mrs , 14. 128 n. Death of, 

14. 142. 

Amblar, Mrs. Elizabeth, 14. 152. 

Amblar, John, 14. 118. Marriage of, 14. 
152 

Amboy, N. J., 5. 340, 341, 358 ; 7. 138 ; 
8. 329. 

Ambrose, Saint, his ' Opera/ 18. 427. 

Ambrose, Rev. Joshua, 8. 12, 21, 26. 

Ambrose,. Rev. Nehemiah, 8. 12, 21, 26. 

Ambrose, Paul, pseudonym of J. P. Ken- 
nedy, 11. 361. 

Ambrose, ship, 5. 94. 

Amenquin, Indian, 18. 109. 

America, 3. 9, 35, 79, 80, 113, 145-147, 
198, 223, 227, 321, 393, 395; 6 17, 21, 
135, 218, 221, 392, 473, 474. Chart of 
the British empire in, 1. 12. 'Address 
of the people of Great Britain to the 
inhabitants of/ 1. 19. Proposal to 
celebrate the anniversary of the dis- 
covery of, 1. 28, 31, 44. Celebration 



of the anniversary of the discovery of, 
1. 45, 46. Celebration in New York, 

1. 45??. 'Precis sur l'Amerique/ 1. 340. 
' A Moral and Political Survey of Amer- 
ica/ 2. 9. ' Dissertation on the original 
peopling of/ 2. 16. Ante-Columbian 
history of, 2. 98 n., 109. Name of, 

2. 316 m. Early discoveries of the 
Scandinavians in, 2. 505 n. Rights of 
Britisli possession, 3. 77 ; 6. 374. Pub- 
lic Papers relating to the dispute with 
Great Britain contained in the State 
Papers, 3. 149 n. Services of Jeremy 
Belknap to the history of, 3. 166. m 
Matter useful to historians of, donated 
to the Society, 3. 285, 286. Ratifica- 
tion of the treaty with France, 3. 303. 
Celebration of the Third Centennial of 
the discovery of, 3. 355 ; 12. 65. First 
issue of paper money in, 6. 428. 
Medals and coins relating to, 11. 293- 
305. Plan for defeat of Spanish power 
in, 12. 263. ' 

America, ship, 12. 278, 279. 

American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 
1 xiii, 118 m, 131, 135, 144. 326, 384, 
385, 392, 422, 438 w., 440, 444, 500 m.; 
2. 157, 274, 295 n. ; 8. 264 ; 10. 149, 309, 
457; 11. 865; 12. 136, 226, 233, 312; 
13. 13, 41, 395 ; 14. 14, 174 ; 15. 194, 
318, 373 ; 16. 115, 473 ; 17. 27, 34, 282, 
385, 404, 406, 407, 411, 451-453, 457, 
459 ; 18. 167, 170, 274, 405; 19. 98, 322, 
437 ; 20. 249, 258, 336, 410. ' Memoirs ' 
of, 1. 66. Plates of the map of the 
State granted to, 1. 141, 142. Give 
copies of their 'Memoirs,' 1. 153, 177, 
218. Vote to give the second series 
of Collections to, 1. 241 ; 2. 56, 69 n., 
71 m. To be invited to join in cele- 
brating the anniversary of the New 
England Confederacy, 2. 248. Dona- 
tions from, 2. 251, 255, 376, 432, 459, 
471, 496, 535; 4. 365; 5. 1, 347; 6. 
333, 361, 414; 7. 115; 8. 88; 9. 227, 
247; 10. 93; 11. 498. Social meetings 
tried with success by, 3. 64. The Eu- 
logy on J. Pickering, 6. 301, 302. The 
founders of, 6. 335. Meetings of the 
Society at the room of, 12, 214, 288, 
330. Vote of thanks to, 13. 8. Vote 
to transfer papers -to the Library of, 

16. 370, 371. Offices held in, by Dr. 
Jacob Bigelow, 17. 456. His commu- 
nications to the ' Memoirs' of, 17. 456. 
Vote passed by, on the retirement of 
Dr. Bigelow from its presidency, 17. 
458, 459. Invitation from, to send del- 
egates to attend its centennial cele- 
bration, 18. 67. ' Proceedings ' of, cited, 

17. 22 n. 

'American Almanac/ 8. 467; 18. 171. 

History of, 10. 277. 
' American Annals/ 2. 30. 
' American Annual Register/ 2. 328. 



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American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, 
i. 45?*., 270, 322, 323, 383, 392, 440, 
447 n. ; 2. 8, 20, 24, 26, 29, 99, 107 n., 
204, 205, 576 ; 8. 444 ; g. 228, 466 ; io. 
309, 427, 446, 451, 460; n. 4, 76, 82, 
433 w.; 12.312, 320; 13. 41, 394; 15. 
227, 259; 16. 41 n., 163, 307, 313, 382; 

17. 27, 166^,294,296. 311, 361, 379 n.; 

18. 69, 157, 181, 187, 365; 19. 4, 63, 
231, 247, ,383, 444; 20. 58, 116, 186, 
280, 294 n., 410. Foundation of, 1. 
444 ; 3. 267. Mr. Thomas's benefac- 
tions to, 1. 144. Vote to give certain 
volumes of the Collections to, 1. 492. 
To receive a copy of the Collections, 
2. 56, 70 ?i., 71 n. Donations from, 
2. 89, 100, 101 n., 262, 458, 466, 494, 
500, 534, 574, 599 ; 3. 37, 50, 132, 239 ; 
4 107, 235, 309, 429 ; 5. 45 t 57, 145, 202, 
317 ; 6. 22 ; 7. 139, 297, 474 ; 8. 88, 314 ; 
g. 81, 247, 436; 10. 40, 134, 319; 11. 
498; 14. 186. To be invited to join 
in celebrating the anniversary of the 
New England Confederacy, 2. 248. Ac- 
cepts invitation, 2. 252. Communica- 
tion from, proposing an exchange of 
certain volumes, 2. 367. A committee 
to confer with, regarding the printing 
of certain records, 2. 44y. To receive 
a copy of the Massachusetts Resolves 
of the session 1777-1778, 2. 581. Pos- 
sesses a copy of the portrait of John 
Rogers, the Martyr, 2. 614. Acknowl- 
edges the receipt of Vol. III. of the 
fourth series of the Collections, 3. 98. 
Manuscripts composing a portion of 
the 'Original Papers' in the Library of, 
3. 140. Matters relating to Hutchinson's 
History, 3. 141, 141 n., 142. Invited 
by Winthrop to visit the rooms of the 
Dowse Library, 3. 204. Possesses a por- 
tion of Cotton Mather's Diary, 3. 322. 
Goffe's journal in their Library, 7. 
280 n. Mather portraits in the gallery 
of, 9. 198. Proposed visit of, to Cutty- 
hunk, 10. 402. 'Proceedings' of, cited, 
2. 14 n:, 570 n. ; 7. 374 n. ; 15. 226 n. ; 16. 
198 n., 276 n. ; 17. 379; 18. 13 n.: 20. 
280 n. 

American Antislavery Society, donations 

from, 4. 139, 146; 5. 309; 7. 100, 373. 
' American Apollo,' 1. 24, 24 n., 28 n., 
• 29, 31, 40, 80 n., 250 n. ; 2. 198; 12. 2, 
2 71., 79. Proposal for the publication 
of, 1. xvirt., xix-xxiv. Earliest pub- 
lications and Collections of the Society, 
published in, 1. xix-xxii, xxv, xxvi, 
42 ; 12. 2, 2 n. Titlepage, prospectus 
and general information concerning the 
publication of, 1. xix-xxviii, xxviiin., 
17, 23 ; 12. 2 n. Circular Letter of the 
Society published in 1791, referring to 
the issue of, 1. xx-xxii. Fae-simiie 
of titlepage of proposal for, faces, 1. 
xxii. Plan of, 1. 17. Referred to a 



committee, 1. 17. Report of commit- 
tee, 1. 23. Fac-simile of titlepage of, 
faces 1. 23. 
'American Architect and Building News/ 

17. 104. 

American Association for Advancement 
of Science, donation from, 2. 431. 

* American Athenaeum/ donations from 
the publishers of, 10. 144, 206. 

'American Atlas/ 1. 160 n. ; 7. 476. 

American Baptist Missionary Union, do- 
nation from, 4. 196, 226. 

'American Bee Journal,' donation from 
the publishers of, 5. 347. 

American Bible Society, 7. 144 ; 10. 446, 
455. Donations from, 11. 498. ' Wyo- 
liffe Commemoration ' by, 18. 263. 

American Board of Commissioners for 
Foreign Missions, 2. 4, 5 ; 5. 426 ; 12. 
30 n. Donations from, 2. 354, 355; 4. 
146; 10. 93,409; 11. 498. 

American Colonies, naturalization in, 4. 
337-364. See New England. 

American Colonization Scheme, 19. 20. 

American Colonization Society, 10. 247 ; 

18. 175. Donation from, 10. 469 ; 11. 
498. 

American Congregational Association, 

10. 315. Donations from, 10. 368, 469 ; 

11. 498. 

' American Cyclopaedia/ see ' New Amer- 
ican Cyclopaedia' and 'Encyclopaedia 
Americana/ 

American Education Society, donations 
from, 2. 63, 72, 83, 93. 

American Ethnological Society, 11. 4. 

' American Herald/ 1. 13. 

' American Historical Record/ 13. 81. 

American Historical Society, donation 
from, 2. 173. 

American History, 6. 12. Donation of 
books and tracts relating to, 2. 179 ; 3. 
285, 286, 328. Importance of collecting 
materials bearing upon the period of 
the Civil War, 6. 16. Arrangement of 
matter in the Library, with reference 
to Colonial or Revolutionary periods, 
6. 18. 

American Independence, Count Circourt's 
' Historical Review ' of the rise and 
progress of, 15. 16-64. 

American Indian vocabulary, 3. 51. 

American Institute, New York, iq. 
436 n. 

American Institute of Architects, 10. 
393 n. 

American Institute of Instruction, 12. 
28 ; 17. 31 ; 18. 182, 340, 355 ; ig. 341 ; 
20. 237, 240. 

American Institutions for the Insane, 7. 
49, 50. 

American Insurance Company, donation 
from, 3. 182. 

' American Journal of Medical Sciences/ 
17. 447. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



' American Journal of Numismatics/ 
cited, ig. 126 n. 

'American Journal of Science and Arts/ 
17. 414. Cited, 15. 194 n. 

'American Jurist/ 10. 62, 183; 14. 388, 
393. 

' American Law Review/ 10. 49. 

' American Literar} r Gazette/ donations 
from the publishers of, 8. 480 ; 11. 
499. 

'American Loyalist/ donation from the 
publishers of, 8. 480 ; 9. 255. 

'American Magazine/ 1. 202. Cited, 19. 
74. 

' American Magazine and Historical 
Chronicle/ 18. 119. 

American Magna Charta, proclaimed 
July 4, 1776, 6. 99, 100. 

'American Museum/ 1. 11, 53; 3-226; 
10. 258. 

American Navy, services of colored sea- 
men in, 6. 83. 

' American Neptune/ 14. 64. 

American Numismatic and Archaeologi- 
cal Societv, donations from, 7. 21 ; 9. 
227, 254, 347, 357, 368, 462, 467 ; 10. 21, 
33, 40. 

American Oriental Society, donation 
from, 4. 309. Origin of, 10. 109. 

American Peace Society, 2. 204 ; 3. 223 ; 
15. 259. Donations from, 5. 145; 11. 
498. 

'American Pharmacopoeia/ publication 
of, 17. 424. 

American Philosophical Society, 1. 263, 
352, 444 ; 2. 52, 157 ; 10. 309, 469 ; 16. 
473 ; 17. 19, 62. ' Transactions ' of, 
presented, 1. 66, 146, 153, 177, 218. 
The Society's Collections to be given 
to, 1 144, 241. Letter received from 
the Historical Committee of, 1. 254. 
Donations from, 1. 493; 2. 80, 101, 
135, 144, 146, 177, 212, 214, 219, 222, 
237, 243, 246, 249, 251, 260, 303, 329, 
338, 341, 360, 365, 371, 373, 382, 383, 
428, 442, 452, 466, 474, 494, 511, 582, 
604; 3. 32 a, 63, 110, 204, 283 ; 4. 124, 
378, 384, 429 ; 5. 48, 159, 227 ; 6. 1, 
78, 333, 417, 470 ; 7. 139, 373 ; 8. 253, 
280, 431 ; 9. 1, 247, 254, 462 ; 10. 40, 
344; 11. 498. To receive a copy of 
the Collections, 2. 56, 68 n., 69 n., 
71 n. To be invited to join in the cele- 
bration of the Confederation of the 
New England Colonies, 2. 248. Ac- 
knowledges the receipt of Vol. VIII., 
third series, of the Collections, 2. 248. 
Invitation from, to attend its centen- 
nial anniversary, 2. 252. Answer of 
the Society, 2. 252. ' Transactions ' of 
the Society cited, 2. 86 n. 

American Press, deficient in typography 
and binding, 3. 375. 

'American Publisher and Bookseller/ do- 
nation from the editor of, 10. 311. 



'American Quarterly Observer/ 14. 393. 

'American Quarterly Register/ 1. 345; 
2. 63, 93 ; 14. 114. Donation from the 
editors of, 2. 217, 235. 

' American Quarterly Review/ 14. 393. 

' American Recorder/ 1. 60, 325. 

American Refugees, 5. 364. List of, 18. 
266-268. 

' American Remembrancer/ 1. 112. 

'American Review/ 1. 154; 5. 216. 

American Revolution, 3. 71, 133, 144, 
194-196, 208, 222, 223, 278-280 ; 6. 21, 
119, 179, 211, 212, 261, 289, 390, 401, 
402 ; 11. 126, 263, 323, 488 : 12. 53-56, 
58, 68, 121-125, 157, 158, 177, 179, 187- 
190, 192-207, 226-230, 276. Papers of 
historical value relating to, 1. x, xi, 27; 

2. 19, 319, 321 ; 6. 18, 258-261 ; 12. 58 ; 
13. 232; 14. 168, 169. 'Observations 
on the Importance of the/ 1. 9. ' Ob- 
servations on the/ 1. 19. 'Origin, Rise, 
and Progress of the/ 1. 21. 'Letter 
to a Nobleman on the Conduct of 
the late War/ 1. 167. Journal of the 
First General Court of, 2. 604. Speci- 
mens of British bread used in the War, 

3. 112. Events preceding and follow- 
ing, 3. 147, 148, 366, 367 ; 6. 211-213, 
261, 272-280. Lesson learned, from the 
defeat of Braddock, 3. 236, 237. The 
battles of, 3. 237 ; 6. 29. Council of 
war, 3. 335; 15. 87. Committee to in- 
quire concerning the exchange of pris- 
oners during, 5. 324, 325. Matters per- 
taining to slavery, 6. 94, 97, 98, 140, 
161, 171. Matters pertaining to the 
enlistment of negroes, 6. 172, 173, 182- 
184, 200-207, 211-239, 242. Fram- 
ing of the Constitution after the war, 
6. 135. Influence of the Boston Mas- 
sacre, 6. 174. Propositions for peace, 
6. 233,. 368. Letters having reference 
to, communicated by Mr. Webb, 6. 258- 
261. Halls of Harvard College, used 
as barracks for the troops, 6. 266, 267. 
Patriots of, 6. 296. Subjects necessary 
to fully understand, before writing a 
history of, 6. 364-366. Sketch of the 
causes producing, 6. 367. Influence of 
the town organizations in the be- 
ginning of, 9. 61. Predicted in a let- 
ter of Gen. Montcalm, 11. 112-113. 
Hastened by the conquest of Canada, 
11. 144. 'Loyalist Ballads of/ 12 58. 
Committee appointed to publish papers 
relating to, 13. 232. First armed re- 
sistance in, 13. 450. Caricatures relat- 
ing to, exhibited, 14. 168, 169. Count 
Circourt's ' Historical Review of/ 15. 
16-64. Contrasted with the French, 
15. 59. 

American Secretary of Legation in Mex- 
ico, see Mexico. 

American Social Science Association, 17. 
27. 



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15 



American State Papers, donated to the 

Society, 3. 265. 
American Stationers' Company, 2. 100, 
111. Its formation, 2. Ill n. Claims 
due to be paid to Mr. Savage, 2. 124. 
First dividend paid to Mr. Savage, 2. 
126. 
American Statistical Association, 18. 157. 
Collections of, 13. 111. Donationfrom, 
2. 306. 
American Tract Society, 19 263. Dona- 
tions from, 3. 37 ; 4. 146 ; 5. 229 ; 8. 
442; 9. 368; 11. 498. Reprints 'The 
Soldiers' Pocket Bible/ 10. 459. 
'American Traveller/ 1. 48; 19. 263, 

283 n. 
American Unitarian Association, 10. 458; 
20. 409, 415. Donations from, 4. 146, 
196, 226 ; 8. 480. 
'American Whig/ 1. 7. 
Americanists, Congress of, see Congres 

des Americanistes. 
Americans, degenerating in 1770, 7. 291. 
Loyalty of, at the time of the Revo- 
lution, 13. 179-182. 
* Amerique, L', delivree/ quoted, 7. 285 n. 

Ames, , 17. 363. 

Ames, Mrs. Abigail F. (Dana), 19. 59; 20. 

36. 
Ames, Capt. Benjamin, in Col. Frye's 

regiment, 6. 178 ; 15. 80. 
Ames, David, 13. 372. 
Ames, Ellis, A.B., 1. 293 n.; 3. 28; 5. 81; 
8. 475, 481 ; 9. 356; 10. 35, 331, 334; 11. 
333, 501; 12. 52, 53, 444; 13. 232, 313, 
320; 17. 67 ; 18. 340 n. ; 19. 255 n., 335, 
357, 385. Donations from, 2. 457, 498, 
500, 503, 508, 535, 549 ; 3. 32 a., 38, 50, 
114 ; 4. 384 ; 9. 356, 436 ; 10 2, 368 ; 11. 
496. Nominated a Resident Member, 2. 
495. Elected, 2. 496. Present at meet- 
ings of the Society, 2. 499, 503, 511, 513, 
625, 536, 537, 542, 547, 551, 552, 554, 
571, 573, 581, 583, 585, 596, 599, 604, 
606. Requests exchanges of certain 
Journals, 2. 492. Report of the com- 
mittee concerning his request, 2. 494. 
Gives notice of the preparation of the 
Journal of Col. W. McKendry, 2. 502. 
Presents a copy, of a portion of the 
Journal of Col. W. McKendry, 2. 502, 
603, 503 n. Of Scrutinizing Commit- 
tee, 2. 525. To prepare a memoir of 
Hon. Nahum Mitchell, 2. 537, 537 n. 
Presents abstracts of deeds and rec- 
ords, 2. 546. Action to be taken with 
regard to certain important exchanges 
for the Society, 2. 549. To take charge 
of certain loose documents, 2. 550. 
Makes instructive remarks relative to 
old Legislative Journals, 2. 552. Of 
committee to examine the Treasurer's 
accounts, 2. 553. Of committee to ob- 
tain copies of colonial or provincial 
laws, 2. 553, 554. His services in pro- 



curing early Session Acts of the Gen- 
eral Court of Massachusetts, 2. 554. 
Statement regarding the preservation 
of Colonial Laws, 2. 569. Communi- 
cates papers relating to early historical 
matters in New England, 2. 570, 571. 
Of committee to make certain ex- 
changes for the Society, 2. 571. Com- 
municates a circular, signed by Peter 
Bestes and others, 2. 570, 571. Com- 
municates a copy of the Resolve of the 
Provincial Congress, 2. 571. Reports 
the form of the proposed circular, from 
the Committee on the Colonial and 
Provincial Laws, 2. 572. Report of the 
Committee on the Colonial and Pro- 
vincial Laws, 2. 574, 575. The circular 
relating to the Colonial and Provincial 
Laws, 2. 575 rc.-580 rc. Presents a copy 
of the Massachusetts Resolves of the 
session 1777-1778, 2. 581. Of commit- 
tee to confer with Mr. Lowell, con- 
cerning the papers in Judge Putnam's 
library, 2. 583. Reads letter from Hon. 
Mr. Aylvvin, concerning the Province 
Laws, 2. 595. Of committee to com- 
municate with Mr. Aylwin upon the 
subject, 2. 595. To report on the mat- 
ter of Mr. G. Brinley's note, 2. 599. Of 
Publishing Committee to prepare Vol. 
III. of the fourth series, 2. 601. Amount 
subscribed by, for the Library and 
new Catalogue, 2. 603 n. To cause 
certain historical Journals to be bound, 

2. 604. Statement regarding certain 
historical Journals, 2. 604. Reads some 
of the proceedings of the Massachu- 
setts House of Representatives, of date, 
1774, 2. 605. Presents a copy of Re- 
solves, passed by the last House of 
Representatives of the Province of 
Massachusetts Bay, 3. 35. Of com- 
mittee to ascertain what books may 
be received from the Commonwealth, 

3. 41. Of committee to solicit histori- 
cal matter from various towns, 3. 89. 
Presents a letter of attorney, dated 
1779, 3. 92. Of committee to arrange 
Acts of Parliament referring to colo- 
nial affairs, 3. 110. Exhibits the day- 
book of Dr. Joseph Warren, 3. 131. 
Produces documents referring to colo- 
nial times, 3. 216-219. Presents auto- 
graph of Capt. Benjamin Church, and 
a record of the engagement of the Po- 
casset purchasers, 3. 237-238. Signs 
memorial against a petition of the 
Historic-Genealogical Society for a 
"change of its corporate name, 3. 266- 
270. Remarks on the circular to the 
selectmen of Stoughton, 4. 387-390, 
392. Of committee to take charge of 
the papers of the case of Phillips vs. 
Savage, 5. 81. Report on case of Phil- 
lips vs. Savage, 5. 165-171. Remarks 



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INDEX OP THE PROCEEDINGS 



Ames, Ellis, A.B. {continued). 

by, 10. 113, 114,331,332; n. 5, 390, 
495. Of committee on the 'Hutchin- 
son Papers/ n. 326. Remarks of, on 
Daniel Leonard, 13. 51-56. Communi- 
cation of, 13 68. Appointed on a com- 
mittee, 13 254. Presents a revolution- 
ary broadside of the town of Bridge- 
water, 13. 371. Remarks of, on the 
same, 13. 373-375. Remarks by, on 
the Thomas estate at Marshfield, 14. 
163-1(37. Presents report of the com- 
mittee to nominate officers, 14. 327. 
Appointed of committee on increase of 
membership, 14. 327. Remarks by, on 
the death of Col. Thomas Aspinwall, 

15. 5. Communicates a list of the bar- 
risters and attorneys of Massachusetts 
who signed the address to Gov. Hutch- 
inson, 15. 396. Exhibits Gov. Strong's 
copy of the Constitution of Massachu- 
setts, 15. 396. Communicates a letter 
of Richard Henry Lee, 16. 108. Pays 
a tribute to Judge George T. Bigelow, 

16. 176. Remarks by, on a warrant 
issued by Gov. Hancock for arrest of 
suspected persons, 18. 151-154. Speaks 
of an unpublished autobiography of 
Cotton Mather, 18. 244. Reads an ac- 
count of the Garrison mob, 18. 269. 
Explains the manner of Gen. Poor's 
death, 18. 435, 436. Speaks of Mr. 
Bassett and Lord Braybrooke, 19. 243. 
Corrections in his account of the Gar- 
rison mob, made by Col. Lyman, 19. 
250, 251. Communicates a memorial 
presented by R. T. Paine and Increase 
Sumner to the General Court, 19. 252. 
Communicates account of the duel be- 
tween Gen. Poor and Major Porter, 
ig. 256-261. Presents a gift from Amos 
R. Little, 20. 269. Remarks by, 20. 
270, 274. Appointed to prepare a me- 
moir of Mr. Williams Latham, 20 355. 
His 'Memoir of Hon. Nahum Mitchell/ 
2. 560, 561. His paper on the 'Qualifi- 
cation for voting in the Province Char- 
ter/ 10. 370-375. His communication 
on the Garrison Mob, 18. 340-344. 
Paper by, on the ' Carthagena Expedi- 
tion/ 18" 364-378. 

Ames, Fisher, 19. 59. 

Ames, Hon. Fisher, LL.D., 10. 52; 11. 22, 
24,97;i2.66; 17. 18,111, 112, 116,117n.; 
19. 3, 50, 59, 153,156, 158, 159rc., 160, 161, 
165 ; 20. 35, 36. Part taken by, in the 
debates of the Massachusetts Conven- 
tion of 1788, 3. 298, 299. Declines the 
appointment of President of Harvard 
College, 6. 284. His remarks in Con- 
gress on judges' salaries, 11. 23. Stu- 
art's portrait of, 16. 366. ' Works of/ 
I. 201 ; 3. 387. ' Review of the Works 
of,' 1. 202. His 'Eulogy on Washing- 
ton/ 6. 297. 



Ames, Mrs. Fisher (Frances Worthing- 
ton), 17. 116; 19. 59; 20. 35. 

Ames, Frances Worthington (Mrs. How- 
land), 19. 59. 

Ames, Frederick L., 19. 357. 

Ames, Jeremiah Fisher, M.D., 19. 59. 

Ames, John, 13. 372, 374. 

Ames, John, 20. 317. 

Ames.. John Worthington, 19. 59. 

Ames, Joseph, 13. 372. 

Ames, Levi, executed, 15. 343. 

Ames, Mrs. Margaret S. (Bradford), 19. 
59 ; 20. 35. 

Ames, Nathaniel, 13. 372. 

Ames, Oliver, 13. 374. 

Ames, Pelham Warren, 19. 59. 

Ames, Richard, 19 59. 

Ames, Richard, 20. 35. 

Ames, Hon. Seth, 12. 330 ; 14. 388 ; 19. 
285. Elected a Resident Member, 8. 
79. His death, 18. xx. Remarks by the 
President, on announcing the death of, 
19. 3, 4. Resolution passed by the 
Society, 19. 9. Communication from 
Mr. Sibley, concerning the early life 
of, 19. 59, 60. Judge Hoar appointed 
to prepare a memoir of, 19. 125. ' Me- 
moir of/ by Hon. E. R. Hoar, 20. 35, 
36. 

Ames, Mrs. Seth (Miss M. S. Bradford), 
19. 59 ; 20. 35. 

Ames, Mrs. Seth (Miss A. F. Dana), 19. 
59 ; 20. 36. 

Ames, Susan Dunkin, 19. 59. 

Ames, Rev. William, d. 1689, 8. 11, 20, 
25. 

Ames, Rev. William, D.D., d. 1633, 5. 
496; 11. 201; 17. 173, 340. His por- 
trait renovated, 6. 340. 

Ames' Almanac, received, 4. 140. 

Amesbury, Mass., 12. 394, 395, 398, 400, 
401 n. 

Amherst, Gen. Jeffery, Lord, 11. 298 ; 15. 
66. Action at Quebec, 3. 307. Letter 
from, to Col. Bradstreet, 7. 101. Por- 
trait of, given, 7. 101, 101 n., 359. Town 
of Amherst named for, 12. 416. Mon- 
ument of, 14. 197. 

Amherst, Mass., 4. 93 ; 12. 405, 407, 416; 
18. 188, 340. 

Amherst, N. H., 6. 153 ; 7. 104 ; 10. 52 ; 
18. 302. 

Amherst College, 4. 94; 18. 339 ; 19. 231, 
437. 

Amies, Dr., of Christ Coll., Camb., Eng., 
5. 496. See Ames, Rev: W., D.D. 

Aminquin, Indian, 18. 117. 

Ammidon, Sylvia (Mrs. Russell), 18. 280. 

Ammunition, 3. 181, 183. 

Amory, , 17. 215. 

Amory, Mrs. Abigail, 13. 419. 

Amory, Arthur, donations from, 9. 82, 
177. Thanks voted to, 9. 82. 

Amory, Catherine (Mrs. Codman), 5. 
418. 



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Amory, Charles, 13. 56. 

Amory, Elizabeth, 13. 419. 

Amory, Francis, 11. 282. 

Amory, James S., 3. 47 ; ig. 357. 

Amory, Mrs. James S., 12. 319. 

Amory, John, 13. 419. 

Amory, John, d. 1803, 4. 860; 5. 418; 8. 
329, 406 ; 13. 59, 60, 419 ; 14. 260 ; 16. 
289; 19. 222. Donation from, 1. 152rc. 

Amory, John and Jonathan, Messrs., ex- 
tracts from letters of, 14. 258-260. 

Amory, Jonathan, 13. 419. 

Amorv, Jonathan, 1. 192 rc. ; 7.217; 13. 
419"; 14. 258; 15. 342; 16. 291. 

Amory, Mrs. Katherine (Greene), 12. 
323; ig.222. 

Amory, Mary {Mrs. Newell), 13. 419. 

Amory, Nanc}% 13. 419. 

Amory, Nathaniel, 13. 419; 19. 52, 53. 

Amory, Rebecca, 13. 419. 

Amory, Rebecca (Mrs. Dexter), 1. 422; 
13. 419. 

Amory, Rebecca (Holmes), 13. 418 n. 

Amory, Rebecca (Mrs. Edward Payne), 
13. 418, 419. 

Amory, Rufus, donation from, 1. 153. 

Amory, Rufus G., 1. 192 n.; ig. 153, 155, 
158, 159 n., 160-167, 169, 170, 172-175, 
177-179. Autograph of, 19. 169. 

Amory, Thomas, 1.422; 13. 418; 14. 258; 
16. 301. 302 ; 17. 363, 363 n. 

Amory, Thomas, Jr., 13. 419. Portrait 
of, by Blackburn, 16. 386. 

Amory, Thomas C, 1. xxxiv, 192 n. ; 11. 
308 ; 13. 419. 

Amory, Thomas C, 8. 257, 464, 476, 485; 
10. 22, 89, 140, 141, 148,342; 12. 8, 181, 
264; 13. 232, 450; 14. 3; 15. 266; 16. 163; 
18. 244; ig. \66n., 335; 20. 348,402. His 
opinion concerning the fate of the man- 
uscripts relating to Bunker Hill, 2. 
232 n. To be allowed to use the books 
and manuscripts of the Society for one 
year, 3. 129. Elected a Resident Mem- 
ber, 4. ix, 374. Donations from, 4. 196; 

7. 115, 139, 153, 298 ; 8. 1, 201, 480 ; 9. 
66, 196, 227, 463, 467; 10. 21, 311, 368, 
370; 11. 501. Of Standing Committee, 
6. vii, 19 ; 7. 26. Report of, concern- 
ing the nomenclature of streets, 6. 23- 
40. Letter to, from George G. Smith, 6. 
35-36. Elected Librarian, 7. vii, 363 ; 

8. xi, 272 ; g. xi, 190 ; 10. 20. Libra- 
rian, 7. 373, 376, 407, 474 ; 8. 1, 76, 88, 
100, 171, 201, 253, 272, 274, 280, 314, 
431, 442, 463, 466, 480, 484; g. 1, 66, 81, 
177, 190, 191, 196, 227, 247, 254, 342, 
343, 347, 353, 357, 368, 436, 462, 464 ; 
10. 1, 8, 20, 21, 33, 39, 80, 85, 93, 104, 
117, 134, 144, 147. His annual reports 
as Librarian for the years ending April, 
1865, 8. 262-267. April, 1866, g. 183- 
188. April, 1867, 10. 2, 6-8. April, 1868, 
10. 151-158. Vindication of the mem- 
ory of Gen. John Sullivan, by, g. 379- 



436. Declines to be Librarian, 10. 173. 
Vote of thanks to, for his services, 10. 
174. Remarks by, 11. 5, 334. Exhibits 
a locket commemorative of the death 
of Charles L, 12. 385. Remarks of, on 
human longevity, 13. 63-64. Remarks 
of, 13. 78. Remarks of, at Tea-party 
Centennial Meeting, 13. 207-210. Re- 
marks of, on Gen. Sullivan, 13. 381- 
383. Calls attention to a tradition 
about Earl Percy, 14. 99. Communi- 
cates extracts from letters of Messrs. 
T. and J. Amon% 14. 258. Remarks 
by, on a correspondence between Gov. 
Sullivan and Timothy Pickering, 15. 
319. Remarks by, about the Cradock 
house at Medford, 20. 24. His descrip- 
tion of the same, 20. 25-27. His 
' Memoir of Hon. William Sullivan,' 2. 
139 n., 150-160. Paper on the 'Seals 
of Massachusetts,' by, 10. 94-104. 
Communication by, on the siege of 
Newport, 17. 162-164. Paper by, on 
Gen. Sullivan's Expedition in 1779, 20. 
88-94. His ' Military Services of Sulli- 
van' cited, 20. 89. 

Amory, William, 13. 419. 

Amory, William, A.M., 12. 156 ; 13. 
269; 15. 274,279, 285; 16. 173 n., 390, 
423 ; ig. 356. Letter to, from J. L. 
Motley, 4. 266-271 ; 15. 289. Elected 
a Resident Member, 12. 68. Added to 
the committee on the Society's build- 
ing, 12. 140. Of committee of finance, 
12. 191. Donation from, 13. 66. So- 
cial meeting of the Society at his 
house, 13. 246-254. Of committee to 
examine the Treasurer's accounts, 13. 
255, 277, 449; 14. 327; 15. 258, 276; 
16. 100. Remarks by, on the death of 
Hon. George T. Davis, 15. 312. Re- 
marks by, on the death of Mr. Motley, 

15. 288-291. Letter of Mr. Motley to, 

16. 421. 

Amory & Taylor, Boston, 8. 318. 

Amoskeag Manufacturing Company, two 
shares in, transferred to the Massachu- 
setts Historical Society, 2. 597 ; 3. 5 ; 
6. 10. 

Amsterdam, 11. 303. Classis of, 8. 18, 
19. Visit to, in 1672, 11. 132-134. So- 
ciety Doctrina et Amicitia at, see Doc- 
trina et Amicitia, etc. Royal Acad- 
emy of Arts and Sciences at, see 
Koninklijke Akademie van Weten- 
schappen. 

Anabaptist meeting-house, Boston, 15. 
173. 

Anabaptists, 10. 394. Opposition to, 6 
477. 

' Analectic Magazine,' 10. 227 ; 14. 56, 65. 
Cited, 6. 241. 

Anbury, Lieut. Thomas, ' Travels through 
the Interior Parts of America,' cited, 
12. 189 n. ; 20. 401 n. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



An caster, Mary, Duchess of ig. 218. 

Ancaster, Peregrine Bertie, 3d Duke of, 
19. 218. 

Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com- 
pany, 1. 434rc. ; 15. 197; 16.' 117; 17. 
97, 129 ; 20. 415. Sermons before, 2. 
138, 138 n. Donation from, 2. 535. 

Ancient burial-grounds, act passed by 
the legislature for the preservation of, 
18. 22, 23. 

'Ancient Charters and Laws/ the edition 
of 1814 inaccurate, 7. 302. 

' Ancient Historical Tapestries/ prospec- 
tus of the proposed publication of, 2. 
573. 

Anderson, Pres., Rochester, N.Y., 4. 100. 

Anderson, Rev. Christopher, D.D., Ed- 
inburgh, 10. 450. 

Anderson, Chief Justice Sir Edmund, 8. 
308. 

Anderson, James, 11. 393, 395. 

Anderson, James, LL.D., 1. 179 n, 

Anderson, Rev. James S. M., 19. 117, 120. 
His ' History of the Colonial Church/ 
13. 138 n. ; 19. 116, 116 n. 

Anderson, Mr. John, 3. 337. 

Anderson, John F., 19. 357. 

Anderson, John J., his ' Grammar School 
History of the United States' cited, 17. 
91. 

Anderson, Col. Richard, 12. 38. 

Anderson, Robert, M.D., 1. 186 n. Nom- 
inated a Corresponding Member, 1. 169. 
'Elected, 1. 173. Donations from, 1. 
152, 177. Letter from, to Dr. Eliot, 1. 
173 n. Second series of the Collections 
to be sent to, 1. 241. To receive a 
copy of the Society's Publications, 2. 
69 n. 

Anderson, Rev. Rufus, D.D., 10. 109. Do- 
nations from, 2. 139, 486 ; 4. 139. 

Anderson, Thomas D., 13. 26. 

Anderson Street, Boston, associations with, 
and origin of name, 6. 31. 

Anderton, Rev. John La viscount, 11. 5. 
Anderton, Lawrence, the author of ' The 
Triple Cord/ 11. 410 n. Cited, 11. 409, 
416. 

Andes, 2. 317 n. 

Andover, Mass., 3. 182 ; 4. 93 ; 5. 357 ; 6. 
272 n., 312; 12. 394, 395, 397, 400; 16. 
118; 17. 15, 285; 18. 2, 169, 282; 19. 
259, 325. Donation given to, for found- 
ing a Theological Institution, 6. 312. 
Powder-mill at, 14. 251. 
Andover Theological Seminary, see The- 
ological Seminary at Andover. 
Andrassy, Count Julius, 16. 449. 
Andre, Alexandrina Amelia, 14. 219. 
Andre, Alice Sarah, 14. 219. 
Andre, Ann Marguerite, 14. 221. 
Andre, Anne Margaret, 14. 219. 
Andre, Anthony or Antoine, 14. 219-221 ; 

15. 227. 
Andre', Anthony Alexander, 14. 219. 



Andre, Catherine, 14. 218. 

Andre, Catherine (Mad. Planchut), 14. 

218. 
Andre, Mrs. Charlotte, 14. 219. 
Andre, Charlotte Hannah, 14. 219. 
Andre, Clara Matilda, 14. 219. 
Andre', David (1), 14. 218-220. 
Andre, David (2), 14. 219, 220. 
Andre, David (3), 14. 219. 
Andre, Isabella, 14. 218. 
Andre, Isabella (Mad. Neckar), 14. 220. 
Andre, James (1), 14. 218, 220, 221. 
Andre, James (2), 14. 218. 
Andre, James (3), 14. 219. 
Andre, James Lewis, 14. 219. 
Andre, James Peter (1), 14. 219. 
Andre, James Peter (2), 14. 219. 
Andre, Jane (Mad. Lamande), 14. 220. 
Andre, Jerome David, 14. 218. 
Andre', John (1), 14. 218, 220. 
Andre', John (2), 14. 218. 
Andre, John (3), 14. 218, 220. 
Andre, John (4), 14. 219. 
Andre, Major John, 10. 268 n. ; 11. 231, 
323 ; 12. 58 ; 14. 217, 218, 220, 221 ; 16. 
367; 19. 72 n., 126. Portrait of Miss 
Margaret Shippen by, exhibited, 9. 
464. Incidents relating to, 9. 465. 
Record of his birth and baptism, 14. 
220, 221 ; 15. 227. Monument to, 18. 
271. 

Andre', Mrs. John (Vazeille), 14. 218. 

Andre, John Lewis (1), 14. 218. 

Andre', John Lewis (2), 14. 219, 220. 

Andre, John Lewis (3), 14. 219. 

Andre, John Lewis (4), 14. 219. 

Andre, Louisa (Mad. Lapierre), 14. 218. 

Andre, Louisa Catherine, 14. 221. 

Andre, Louisa David (Mad. Bourquet), 
14. 218. 

Andre', Louise (Mad. de Rochemont), 14. 
220. 

Andre, Lucretia (Mad. Privat), 14. 218. 

Andre, Marie Louise, 14. 220; 15. 227. 

Andre', Mrs. Mary (1), 14. 218. 

Andre', Mrs. Mary (2), 14. 219. 

Andre, Mary (Mad. de la Rive), 14. 
219. 

Andre, Mrs. Mary Anne, 14. 219. 

Andre, Mary Hannah, 14. 221. 

Andre, Mary Louisa (Mad. Grellier), 14. 
219. 

Andre, Mrs. Sarah, 14. 219. 

Andre, Sarah Catherine, 14. 219. 

Andre', William (1), 14. 218, 220. 

Andre, William (2), 14. 219. 

Andre, William (3), 14. 219. 

Andre', Sir William Lewis, 14. 220. 

Andre Family, the, account of, by Col. 
Chester, 14. 217-222. 

Andrew, Edith, 18. 64. 

Andrew, Mrs. Eliza (Hersey), 18. 64. 

Andrew, Elizabeth Loring, 18. 64. 

Andrew, Henry Hersey, 18. 64. 

Andrew, Isaac Watson, 18. 42, 61. 



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Andrew, Gov. John A., LL.D., 6. 403; io. 
84 ; 17. 4, 381 ; 18. 23, 36, 213, 216 ; 19. 
231 ; 20. 225, 250. Letter to, from D. 
M'Conaughy, 7. 155. Letter from, to 
Hon. Emorv Washburn, 7. 155. Death 
of, 9. xvi ; io. 86, 87, 146, 340. Elected 
a Resident Member, 9. 67. Portrait of, 
faces, 18. 41. Memoir of, by P. W. 
Chandler, 18. 41-64. Birth and parent- 
age, 18. 42, 43. Early education and 
college life, 18. 43, 44. His father's 
character, 18. 43 n. Studies law, 18. 

44. His character as a lawyer, 18. 44, 

45. Religious and personal traits of 
character, 18. 45, 46. Interest in the 
anti-slavery movement, 18. 46, 47. In- 
scription in book given to his sisters, 
18. 47. A member of the Legislature 
and Governor, 18. 47, 48. Advocates 
placing the militia on a war footing, 
18. 48. His interest in colored troops, 
18. 49, 50. Advocacy of emancipation, 
18. 50, 58 : anecdote in reference to, 18. 
50-52. His views on the divorce laws, 
18. 52, 53. On the usury laws, 18. 53. 
On capital punishment, 18. 53. His 
recommendation in regard to the dis- 
position of the congressional grant of 

. land for an agricultural college, 18. 
54-56. His veto messages, 18. 56. Po- 
litical principles, 18. 57. Extract from 
Mr. Browne's sketch of the Governor, 
18. 58, 59. His valedictory address, 18. 

59. Resumes the practice of law, 18. 

60. His argument in favor of a license 
law, 18. 60. His death, 18. 61. Trib- 
utes to, 18. 62. Traits of character, 
18. 64. Marriage, 18. 64. Children, 
18. 64. 

Andrew, John Forrester, 18. 64. 

Andrew, Jonathan, 18. 42, 43, 43 n. 

Andrew, Mrs. Nancy G., 18. 42, 43. 

Andrew, Robert, 18. 42. 

Andrew, Rev. Samuel, 8. 23, 27 ; 14. 207, 
215. 

Andrew, Sarah Elizabeth, 18. 42. 

Andrews, Capt. , death of, 15. 337. 

Andrews, Miss, 12. 324 ; 16. 386. 

Andrews, Mrs., 7. 248. 

Andrews, Mrs. , 16. 295. 

Andrews, Anne, 20. 317. 

Andrews, Benjamin, 7. 187, 202, 209, 236, 
245, 248 ; 8. 319, 352, 409. 

Andrews, Ebenezer T., 1. 143, 147, 444 ; 
2. 326, 327; 3. 140. Contributes to 
the purchase of the Society's build- 
ing, 1. 465 n. See Thomas & An- 
drews. 

Andrews, Edward, his remarkable cure, 
5. 393. 

Andrews, Edward, marriage of, 14. 152. 

Andrews, Ferdinand, 19. 262. 

Andrews, Hannah [Mrs. Hopkins), 17. 
143. 

Andrews, Henry, 8. 321 ; n. 308. 



Andrews, Henry, purchases shares of the 
Pawtucket Canal, 5. 269. 

Andrews, Israel Ward, LL.D., his c Wash- 
ington County and the Early Settlement 
of Ohio ' cited, 17. 181 n. 

Andrews, James, Boston, 11. 146; 20. 18. 
Business pertaining to the Winthrop 
Manuscript Catalogues, 2. 46. 

Andrews, Rev. Jedediah, 8. 29. 

Andrews, John, 8. 279, 315 ; 10. 161 ; 17. 
173. Letters of, 8. 316-412; 11. 323; 
12. 8, 58 : 331. Sketch of, 8. 321. 

Andrews, John, sentenced by a court- 
martial, 16. 346. 

Andrews, John, LL.D., his ' History of 
the War with America,' 1. 122, 132, 
134. Cited, 13. 177. 

Andrews, Rev. John, his 'Eulogy of Gen. 
Washington,' 1. 137. 

Andrews, Joseph, 10. 160. 

Andrews, Joseph, donation from, 2. 480. 

Andrews, Loring, 1. 13. 

Andrews, Mrs. Ruthy (Barrell), 8. 318, 
331, 335, 352, 354, 364, 383, 394, 403, 
405-408, 411, 412. 

Andrews, Samuel, 19. 163, 164. 

Andrews, Samuel, request from, 2. 592. 

Andrews, Thomas, 17. 143, 143 n. 

Andrews, William, 7. 129. 

Andros, Ljioly, 20. 210. 

Andros, Barrett, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 266. 

Andros, Sir Edmund, 2. 77 ; 3. 61 ; 4. 163; 
7. 372, 486 ; 10. 97, 162, 324 ; 11. 203 : 
12. 109, 113, 119, 393 ; 13. 112, 113, 228, 
233, 415 «., 454-456; 14. 314; 16. 
101, 103-105, 107, 108, 258 n. ; 17. 93, 
218-221, 224, 227, 353; 18. 261; 20. 
148, 158, 281, 311. Letter of, 1. 200. 
Acts pertaining to the Andros admin- 
istration, 2. 123. His imprisonment, 
3. 10. Paper upon the Seal used by, 
6. 79-81. His signature, faces 6. 80. 
His expulsion from N. E., 7. 370. Por- 
trait of, engraved, 10. 348. Proclama- 
tion for Thanksgiving, 12. 110. 

'Andros Tracts,' 1. 458 n. Cited, 18. 254 n. 

Angel, The, inn, 17. 203. 

Angel, Capt. Abiathar, 15. 84. 

Angelis, Don Pedro d', a work of, do- 
nated to the Society, 2. 188. Nomi- 
nated a Corresponding Member, 2. 302. 
Elected, 2. 303. Donations from, 2. 260, 
325, 336, 349, 373, 493 ; 3. 1. Letter 
from, 2. 325 ; 3. 1. 

Angell, Col. Israel, 15. 142, 160. Letter 
from, to the Governor of Rhode Island, 
5. 220. At Brandvwine, 5. 221, 222. 

Angell, Joseph K., 14. 392. 

Angelo, Michael, see Buonarotti, M. A. 

Angelus Britannicus, 7. 129, 131-132. 

Anger, Charles, donation from, 1. 81. 

Anghiera, Pietro Martire d', n. 423 n. 
Cited, io. 383. His ' De Orbe Novo/ 
1.39. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Angier, John, B.C. 1653, 8. 12, 21, 25. 

Angier, Rev. John, 13. 373. 

Angier, Oakes, 13. 55, 371 n., 372. Notice 
of, 13. 373. Extracts from a man- 
uscript journal of, 2. 442, 442 n. 

Angier, Rev. Samuel, 2. 449 n. ; 8. 14, 23, 
27 ; 13. 373 ; 17. 263, 272, 280. 

Anglesey,- Arthur Annesley, Earl of 
permission given to Fitz J : Win- 
throp to visit London, 6. 489. Letter 
to, from Charles II. of England, 6. 
490. 

Anglo-Saxon type of men, 6. 362. 

Anglo-Saxons, History of the, 2. 12, 13. 

Anguilla cotton, growth of, at St. Simon's 
and Savannah, 3. 224. 

Ankerstroom, Johan Jakob, portrait of, 
1.56. 

Ann, ship, 2. 560; 14. 368, 376 n. ; 18. 441 ; 

19. 381 ; 20. 274, 402. 
Ann and Mary, ship, 7. 323. 
Ann Arbor, 4. 94. 

Ann Street, Boston, 6. 28, 29. 

Anna, ship, case of, 19. 371, 371 n. 

' Annales des Voyages/ 10. 474; 11. 333. 

Annapolis, Md., 5. 468 ; 6. 210; 19. 100. 

Anne, Queen of England, 1. 124 ; 11. 131 n., 

206; 12.253,269,273, 402 n. ; 13. 101; 

15. 367 ; 17. 21, 69 ; 18. 348 ; 19. 5, 403; 

20. 284, 292, 394. Instructions to Gov. 
Dudley, donation of, 2. 310, 310 n. Dr. 
Samuel Johnson touched for the king's 
evil by, 3. 367. Accession of, 9. 483. 
Rescript from, 9. 501. 

Annesley, Arthur, Earl of Anglesey, see 
Anglesey. 

Annesley, George, Earl of Mountnorris, 
see Mountnorris. 

Annin, Joseph, donation from, and vote 
of thanks to, 5. 230. 

Annin, William B., engraves a map of 
Boston, 6. 36-39. Small map of Boston 
of the peninsular part only, 6. 39. 

Annin & Smith's Map, description of, 6. 
38. 

Anniversary (Fiftieth) of the original 
occupation, by the Society, of their 
present building, 20. 171, 172. 

Anniversary of the battle of Lexington, 
4. 22 ; of Bunker Hill, 4. 52, 55, 68 ; of 
the landing of the Pilgrims, 4. 140. 

Annual assessments, 1. 3, 69; 3. 240; 5. 
191 ; 12. 70 ; 13. 141. Amount of, 3. 
240-244; 12.70; 13. 141. 

Annual meetings of the Society, includ- 
ing the election of officers and annual 
reports, 1791, 1. 4; 1792, 1. 34; 1793, 
1. 49; 1794, 1. 64 ; 1795, 1. 82 ; 1796, 1. 
96 ; 1797, 1. 105 ; 1798, 1. 116 ; 1799, 1. 
124; 1800, 1. 132; 1801, 1. 139; 1802, 
1.148; 1803,1.156; 1804, 1. 164; 1805, 
1. 169 ; 1806, 1. 188 ; 1807, 1. 193 ; 1808, 
1. 196 ; 1809, 1. 205 ; 1810, 1. 215 ; 1811, 
1.220; 1812,1.225; 1813,1.230; 1814, 
1.238; 1815,1.245; 1816,1.253; 1817, 



1.263; 1818,1.272; 1819,1.279; 1820, 
1. 288; 1821, 1. 335; 1822, 1. 341 ; 1823, 
1.350; 1824,1.374; 1825,1.380; 1826, 
1. 387; 1827, 1.398; 1828,1.409; 1829, 
1. 418 ; 1830, 1. 427 ; 1831, 1. 437 ; 1832, 

1. 451 ; 1833, 1. 464; 1834, 1. 487 ; 1835, 

2. 1 ; 1836, 2. 36 ; 1837, 2. 79 ; 1838, 2. 
102 ; 1839, 2. 129 ; 1840, 2. 147 ; 1841, 
2. 188; 1842, 2. 227 ; 1843, 2. 249; 1844, 
2. 268 ; 1845, 2. 310 ; 1846, 2. 341 ; 1847, 
2.365; 1848,2.385; 1849,2.424; 1850, 
2.452; 1851,2.471; 1852,2.486; 1853, 

2. 526 ; 1854, 2. 555: 1855, 3. 1 ; 1856, 

3. 84 ; 1857, 3. 155 ; 1858, 4. 1 ; 1859, 4. 
234 ; 1860, 5. 1 ; 1861, 5. 171 ; 1862, 6. 
1 ; 1863, 7. 1; 1864, 7. 347; 1865, 8. 253; 
1866, 9. 177; 1867, 10. 1; 1868, 10. 144; 
1869, 11. 1; 1870, 11. 233; 1871, 12. 67; 
1872, 12. 214; 1873, 13. 1; 1874, 13. 263; 
1875, 14. 1; 1876, 14. 317; 1877, 15. 259; 
1878, 16. 154; 1879, 17. 60; 1880, 18. 1 ; 
1881, 18. 400; 1882, 19. 265; 1883, 20. 
171. Printed minutes of, exhibited by 
Mr. Deane, 3. 32. Duties of the officers 
and regular committees of the Society, 
see By-Laws of the Society. 

' Annual Register/ 1. 31. Copies of, 
from 1764 to 1784 donated to the So- 
ciety, 3. 181. Cited, 19. 220 n. 

* Annual Register and Remembrancer/ 6. 
365. 

Anonomow, Pequot Indian, 16. 402. 

Anson, George, Lord, paper relating to 
his voyages, 2. 356. . 

Anstruther, Capt. , 18. 78. 

Antas, Don Miguel d', donation from, 10. 
331. 

Ante-Columbian History of America, 2. 
97, 98 n., 109. 

' Anthology,' 10. 228. 

Anthologv Club, 1. 391, 423, 430; 10. 
163 ; 12. 24 ; 16. 129 ; 17. 403, 404 ; 19. 
176 n. Records of, 2. 387. State- 
ment of the early history of, 2. 387, 
387 n., 388 w., 389 n. Original members 
of, 2. 388 n. 

' Anthology of Ancient Latin Epigrams/ 
18. 402, 403. 

Anthony, Indian, 19. 412 n. 

Anthony, Saint, 10. 163. 

Anthony, Hon. Henry B., 15. 161. 

Anthony, Mark, 12. 202. 

Anthony's Nose, Mohawk River, 19 
404. 

Anti-federalists at the Convention of 1788, 
3. 302-304. 

1 Anti-Masonic Mirror/ 16. 408. 

Anti-Sejanus, Rev., pseudon., 14. 169. 

' Anti-Slavery Standard/ 15. 286. 

Antietam, battle of, 6. 327 n. 

Antigua, 7. 236. 

Antinomianism, authorship of a book on, 
3. 257, 258. 

Antinomians, 11. 461. In New England, 
6. 64. Opposition to, 6 477. 



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Antiquarian Club, see Boston Antiqua- 
rian Club. 

Antiquarian societies, increase in the 
number of, 19. 252. 

Antiquarian Society, 1. xv. Fac-simile 
of a plan of, written by Dr. Belknap, 
1. xii-xiii. 

Antiquarian Society, see American Anti- 
quarian Society. 

Antiquaries, Royal Society of Northern, 
see Kongeligt Nordiske Oldskrift Sels- 
kab. 

Antiquaries, Society of, France, see Soei- 
ete Francaise de Numismatique et d'Ar- 
che'ologie. 

Antiquaries, Society of, London, see So- 
ciety of Antiquaries of London. 

Antiquaries, Society of, Newcastle upon 
Tijne, see Society of Antiquaries of 
Newcastle upon Tyne. 

Antiquaries, Society of, Scotland, see So- 
ciety of Antiquaries of Scotland. 

'Antiquitates Americana?/ 2. 29, 30, 30re., 
85 n., 98 n., 107 n., 109 re., 122, 126 re., 
501 re., 505 n. ; 8. 82, 181-194. Copies 
of, to be sent to America, 2. 97 n., 98 n. 
Copies of, forwarded to America, 2. 
107 re., 108 re. Distribution of, 2. 122, 
126 re. 

' Antiquities of Mexico/ 2. 137, 138. 

Antoninus, Archbp. of Florence, 11. 418. 

Antoninus, Marcus Aurelius, 3. 384 ; 18. 
392. 

Antoninus Pius, coin of, 1. 106. 

Antwerp, 7. 116. 

Antwerp Archaeological Congress, dele- 
gates to, 9. 228 ; 10. 36. 

Anville, Jean Baptiste d', 2. 491. His map 
of North America, 2. 525. 

An warpe, John, or Antwerp, John of, 8. 94. 

Apaumet, Hendrick, his ' Remarks on the 
Indians/ 1. 217. 

' Apollo/ see * American Apollo.' 

' Apollo Anglicanus/ 7. 129, 130. 

Apollo Press, 1. xxvii, 45 re. 

Apollonio, Nicholas A., donation from, 8. 
442 ; 10. 314. 

Apollonius, Gulielmus, 1. 10; 3. 288. 

Appalachian Mountain Club, 20. 355. 

Appeals in English law, 5. 237. 

Apple Island, Boston Harbor, 20. 4. 

Appleton, Amory, see Appleton, James 
Amory. 

Appleton, C. H., settlement in business 
affairs with W. Appleton, 6. 436. 

Appleton, Charles Sedgwick, d. 1835, 5. 
292, 307. 

Appleton, D., & Co. (Daniel), donations 
from, 2. 262, 265, 288, 301, 307, 352. 

Appleton, Ebenezer (Parker Sf Appleton), 
5. 260; 6. 431; 11. 308. Date of his 
death, 6. 431 re. Visit to Little Walding- 
field, 9. 466. 

Appleton, Mrs. Elizabeth M., donation 
from, 7. 408. 



Appleton, Mrs. Emily W., 15. 269. Do- 
nation from, 15. 178, 269. Vote of 
thanks to, 15. lbO. 

Appleton, George A., and the U. S. flag, 
5. 374. 

Appleton, Harriot, 5. 307. 

Appleton, Mrs. Harriot Coffin (Sumner), 

5. 307. 

Appleton, Deacon Isaac, 3. 10 ; 5. 253. 
His residence and family, 3. 10, 11. 

Appleton, Sir Isaac, 9. 466. 

Appleton, James Amory, son of Hon. 
William Appleton, 6. 440-442, 450. 
Death of, 6. 440. 

Appleton (Appulton), John, d. 1412 or 
1414, 3. 8 ; 5. 252 ; 6. 430. 

Appleton, John (1710), 20. 287, 315, 317, 
318. 

Appleton, John (1767), letter to, 8. 4, 5. 

Appleton, John, M.D., 1. 124 re. ; 11. 34, 
36 ; 12. 8, 79, 237 ; 13. 232 ; 15. 257 ; 16. 
256; 18. 264; 19. 355; 20. 115, 116. A 
catalogue of the Library made by him, 
2. 43 re., 44 re.; 3. 160; 5. 19. His ser- 
vices in the Library as Assistant Li- 
brarian, 2. 591 re., 592 re. ; 3. 87, 160; 4. 
251 ; 5. 21, 188, 193 ; 6. 10; 7. 16, 23, 351- 
354 ; 8. 4 ; 9. 184, 186, 189, 298, 461 ; 
10. 11, 126, 157, 169, 171, 321, 323, 471- 
473. Submits a statement concerning 
the pamphlets, books, etc., 3. 87. Do- 
nations from, 3. 114; 5. 229, 372, 440; 

6. 23, 78; 7. 1, 168, 303, 338, 368, 373, 
375, 376, 408, 474; 8. 254, 314, 431, 466, 
480; 9. 66, 81, 177, 196, 227, 255, 353, 
357, 368, 436, 463, 467, 468 ; 10. 1, 21, 
33, 40, 80, 86, 105, 117, 134, 144, 206, 
311, 314, 320, 331, 335, 344, 368, 409. 
Salary received, for services as As- 
sistant Librarian, 4. 251 ; 5. 21, 188 ; 6. 
10; 7. 16, 352-354; 8. 268-270; 9. 180, 
181 ; 10. 8, 9, 166, 167. Annual report 
of the Cabinet, 6. 6, 17-19; 7. 23-25, 
359-361. Identification of the portrait 
of W: Hayley, D.D., 6. 22. Letter 
from, in regard to the portrait of Wil- 
liam III., 6. 331-332. Donation of the 
Pedigree of Appleton, by, 7. 375 ; 15. 
367. Description of MSS. given by W. 
Winthrop, 8. 79. Letter to, 8. 477-479. 
Permission granted to copy 'Proceed- 
ings of the Town of Ipswich/ etc., 9. 
178. Note by, on Rev. Samuel Mather, 
of Windsor, Conn., 9. 462. ' Monu- 
mental Memorials of the Appleton 
Family/ presented by, 9. 466; 15. 367. 
His death, 10. xvi, 470; 11. 32. Letter 
to, 10. 45 re. Elected Resident Mem- 
ber, 10. 411., Remarks on his death, 
and resolution adopted by the Society, 
10. 470-473. Resignation of the office 
of Assistant Librarian, 11. 33. Trib- 
ute to, by Dr. Green, 11. 43. Portrait 
of, presented, 12. 56. ' Memoir of/ by 
Charles Deane, 15. 365. Paper by, on 



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the Great Seal of New England used by 
Andros, 6. 79-81 ; 15. 367. On Alma- 
nacs in reign of Queen Anne, 7. 125-132; 
15. 367. On an Amortissement of Louis, 
Duke of Orleans, 7. 153; 15. 367. 
Sketch of the ' Journal de Castorland,' 

7. 326-338; 15. 367. On an order of 
the Privy Council on the petition of W : 
Morton, 7. 344-346; 15. 367. On early 
charts of the harbor of Boston, 7. 475- 
477 ; 15. 367. On the portrait of Sebas- 
tian Cabot, 8. 91-96. His paper on 
the 'Alleged Portrait of Rev. John 
Wilson/ 10. 41-48 ; 15. 367 ; 20. 114. 
Papers contributed by, to the Society, 
15. 367. 

Appleton, Mrs. John (Elizabeth Messer), 

15. 366. 
Appleton, John S., 6. 279 n. Note by, 8. 5. 
Appleton, Major John W. M., 10 172; 15. 

366. Donations from, 7. 115, 360, 474; 

8. 76. 

Appleton, Joseph, 5. 253. 

Appleton, Rev. Joseph, father of W : Ap- 
pleton, 6. 431. Pamphlet published by, 
6. 431. Death of, 6. 432. 

Appleton, Mrs. Maria Theresa (Gold), 5. 
260, 307. 

Appleton, Mary Adams, 3. 10. 

Appleton, Mrs. Mary Ann (Cutler), 6. 436. 

Appleton, Mary Gore, 3. 14, 18 ; 8. 171. 

Appleton, Mrs". Mary Hook, 6. 431-433. 

Appleton, N. W., 6. 436. 

Appleton, Hon. Nathan, i. 496, 499, 503; 
3. 13, 14 ; 4. 167 ; 6. 431, 437 n. ; 7. 421 ; 
10. 343; 11. 308, 341, 342; 12. 5, 132; 
13. 3, 447; 16. 377, 405; 17. 283. His 
death, 1. xliii ; 5. ix, 224-226; 6. 6, 
458 ; 7. 305. Contributes to the pur- 
chase of the Society's building, 1. 465n. 
Nominated a Resident Member, 1. 481. 
Elected, 1. 493. Accepts membership, 

1. 495. One of the twenty-six mem- 
bers in the heliotype frontispiece, 2. 
vii ; 3. 32a. Elected a member of the 
Standing Committee, 2. 3. Present at 
meetings of the Society, 2. 3, 12, 14, 90, 
92, 96, 117, 126, 135, 137, 141, 149, 171, 
178, 181, 185, 188, 212, 216, 219, 225, 
227, 234, 241, 247, 251, 253, 261, 263, 
294, 297, 300, 303, 307, 309, 318, 324, 
335, 338, 340, 345, 354, 358, 362-364, 
370, 376, 377, 380, 382, 385, 417, 419, 
421, 424, 429, 434, 441, 443, 445, 456, 
458, 460, 462, 466, 468, 478, 479, 481, 
483, 486, 499, 503, 507, 513, 525, 542, 
548, 551, 552, 554, 559, 592, 599, 604, 
606, 607. His place on the Standing 
Committee filled by Rev. Mr. Francis, 

2. 26. Donations from, 2. 112, 188, 237, 
238, 310, 334, 428, 458 ; 3. 85, 258, 262, 
284; 4. 107, 139, 146, 384. Of com- 
mittee to consider the daily opening of 
the Library, 2. 134, 135. Report on the 
matter, 2 135 n., 136 n. Money bor- 



rowed of, on the Treasurer's note, 2. 
148 n. Money paid to, 2. 211 n. One 
of the subscribers to the Gore portrait, 

2. 312 n. Of committee to act con- 
cerning the printing of certain scien- 
tific works by Congress, 2. 337. Report 
of the committee, 2. 338, 339. A sub- 
scriber for reprinting certain of the 
volumes of the Collections, 2. 347, 368. 
Of committee to procure a copy of the 
' American Archives,' 2. 418. Report 
of the committee, 2. 420. Of commit- 
tee to address a memorial to the Gen- 
eral Court concerning the ownership 
of certain papers, 2. 420, 420 n. Re- 
port of the committee, 2. 435, 436, 
436 n.- 441 n. Account of the fund 
given by him and others, 2. 425. Com- 
municates a Royal Order, issued in 
1682, 2. 428. Chosen President pro 
tempore, 2 455. Presides, 2. 455; 5. 
48, 52. Of committee to procure better 
accommodations for the Society, 2. 468. 
Of Nominating Committee, 2. 485, 525. 
Of committee to draught a series of reso- 
lutions to the memory of the late Daniel 
Webster, 2. 502. Of committee to pre- 
pare a memorial to be addressed to the 
United States Congress, 2. 550. Re- 
port of the committee on enlarged ac- 
commodations for the Society, 2.. 555 ; 

3. 42, 47, 48, 66, 67. Communication 
from, concerning the will of Hon. Sam- 
uel Appleton, 2. 597. Amount sub- 
scribed by, for the uses of the Library 
and Catalogue, 2. 603n. Trustee of the 
will of Samuel Appleton, 3. 5. Re- 
quested to prepare a memoir of Mr. 
Lawrence, 3. 41, 68. Motion concerning 
a mortgage of the premises, 3. 65. The 
mortgage executed, 3. 66, 67. Reports 
a lease of the apartments recently oc- 
cupied by the Suffolk Savings Bank 
for Seamen, 3. 66. Reports the pur- 
chase of the building of the Provident 
Institution of Savings, 3. 66. His ' Me- 
moir of Abbott Lawrence ' referred to 
the Publishing Committee, 3. 67, 68. 
Special meeting at his residence, 3. 
89. Of committee to take action con- 
cerning the Dowse Library, 3. 107-109. 
His liberal donation to -the Society, 3. 
168. Signs a memorial remonstrat- 
ing against a petition of the Historic, 
Genealogical Society, for a change of 
its corporate name, 3. 266-270. Por- 
trait of, 5. v, 249. Remarks on his 
death, 5. 224-226. Autograph, and 
portrait of, face, 5. 249. Memoir of, 
5. 249-308. Settlement with W: Ap- 
pleton, 6. 436. Remarks upon his 
nephew W : Appleton, 6. 439 ; and W : 
Sturgis, 7. 434. His ' Memoir of Hon. 
Abbott Lawrence,' 3. 68-82. List of 
his writings, 5. 307-308. 



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Appleton, Nathan, Jr., 5. 307. Donation 

from, 11. 499. 
Appleton, Nathaniel (1774), 8. 365; xi. 

140 ; 20. 15. 
Appleton, Nathaniel, donation from, 1. 74. 
Appleton, Rev. Nathaniel, D.D., letter 

from, to Jos. Sewall (1697), 8. 213. 
Appleton, Rev. Nathaniel, D.D., 4. 84; 

16. 52, 288, 301, 303. 

Appleton, Nathaniel W., M.D., 7. 179. 
Appleton, Samuel, b. 1586, emigrates to 

America from Little Waldingfield, 3. 

8 ; 5. 252 ; 6. 430. Takes the freeman's 

oath in 1(336, 3. 9. 
Appleton, Samuel, to advise in the matter 

of erecting a town-house in Boston, 3. 

343. 
Appleton, Capt. Samuel, Portland, 3. 16. 
Appleton, Col. Samuel, grandson of the 

emigrant Samuel Appleton, b. 1654, d. 

1725, 14. 144; 17. 96. 
Appleton, Hon. Samuel, 1. 465 n., 2. 430; 

3. 3 ; 6. 430, 431 ; 7. 421 ; 11. 36, 308 ; 

12. 74, 131, 220; 13. 3, 15, 273, 424; 

14. 322; 15. 270; 16. 154, 167; 17. 70 ; 

18. 30, 410; 19. 291; 20. 193. Con- 
tributes to the purchase of the Society's 

building, 1. 465 n. Donations from, 

2. 146, 170, 503, 599. Subscribes to- 
wards reprinting certain volumes of 
the Collections, 2. 347, 368. Commn- 
nication and donation from the trus- 
tees of his will, 2. 597 ; 3. 2-7, 18, 
357 ; 4. 244, 252 ; 5. 22, 189 ; 6. 10 ; 7. 
27, 352 ; 10. 9, 106. A committee ap- 
pointed to attend to the matter of his 
trustees' communication, 2. 598. Ac- 
tion of the Society in regard to his 
donation. 2. 599-601. Engraving of, 
presented to the Society, 3. iv. Me- 
moir of, prepared by Dr. Lothrop, 3. 

3, 4, 7. Stock transferred to the So- 
ciety, by order of his will, 3. 5-7. 
Engraving and autograph of, faces 3. 
7. Memoir of, reprinted from the Col- 
lections, 3. 7-18. Birth and ancestry 
of, 3. 8-10. His business in Boston, 
3. 13, 14; 5. 255, 257. His marriage, 

3. 14. His death, 3. 14, 15. His me- 
moir included in copies of Bradford's 
History, 3. 90. His portrait procured 
for the Society, 3. 130 ; 4. 5. Indebt- 
edness of the Society to, 3. 168, 357 ; 

4. 5. Money given by, for the curable 
insane, 6. 452. 

Appleton, Major Samuel, son of the emi- 
grant Samuel Appleton, b. 1624, d. 1696, 
3. 9, 10. His services in the Colonies 
during the Indian wars, 3. 9; 14. 124 n. 

Appleton, Mrs. Samuel, see Appleton, 
Mrs. Mary Gore. 

Appleton, Thomas Gold, 5. 307; 16. 406; 

17. 427 ; 19. 347, 357. Visits Europe, 

5. 292. Extracts from a letter of, 16. 
408, 409. 



Appleton, William, 12. 324. Donations 
from, 7. 145, 152, 153, 303, 304, 356, 477; 
8. 171. Vote of thanks to, 7. 145, 304. 

Appleton, William de, 3. 8. 

Appleton, Hon. William, d. 1862, 4. 120, 
439; 7. 98,421; 11. 307; 12. 5; 13. 3; 
20. 410, 416. Subscribes toward the 
reprinting of certain volumes of the 
Collections, 2. 347, 368. Communi- 
cation from, concerning the will of 
Hon. S : Appleton, 2. 597. Donations 
from, 2. 599 ; 3. 40, 48 ; 4. 430. Elected 
a Resident Member, 4. 108; 6. 454. 
Trustee of the will of Samuel Apple- 
ton, 3. 5. To receive printed volumes 
of the Collections, 3. 84. Liberal do- 
nation from, 3. 168. Of Auditing Com- 
mittee, 4. 228, 255, 273, 439. His death, 
5. ix, 441, 443, 458 ; 6. 6, 461 n. Re- 
marks on, 5. 441, 443, 458-464. Memoir 
of, by Dr. Bobbins, 5. 446 ; 6. v, 429- 
469 ; 20. 410. Portrait of, given to the 
Society, 6. v. Portrait of, faces 6. 430. 
His wealth and generosity, 6. 431 n., 
442-449, 451-454, 460-465. Letter 
from, to Hon. H. B. Rogers, 6. 451-452. 
Fund given for the benefit of the in- 
sane, 6. 451-453. The Appleton build- 
ings, 6. 451, 453. Letter to, from W. S. 
Bullard, 6. 453, 454. His life at Wash- 
ington while a member of Congress, 6. 
454-460. • Of the Committee of Ways 
and Means, 6. 455, 468. Letter giving 
a short memoir of, from Rt. Rev. 
Alonzo Potter, 6. 465-469. Lends 
money to Dr. L. V Bell, 7. 85. His 
recommendation of Dr. Bell, 7. 90. 

Appleton, William, Jr., d. 1835 or 6, son 
of Hon. W. Appleton, 6. 438. Ill- 
ness and death of, 5. 293, 294 ; 6. 438, 
439, 439 n. 

Appleton, William, & Co., 11. 307. 

Appleton, William S., ii. 158, 163, 
501 ; 12. 8, 226, 322, 329 ; 13. 20, 278 ; 
14. 159; 15. 274; 16. 161, 163, 181 ; 17. 
50 n., 58, m, 120, 294; 18. 25, 27, 29; 19. 
357; 20. 206. Date of graduation, 5. 
307. Donations from, 5. 309; 6. 20; 7. 
375, 376 ; 10. 40, 206 ; 11. 306, 388 ; 12. 
263 ; 15. 305; 17. 229. Vote of thanks 
to, 7. 375 ; 18. 36. Elected a Resident 
Member, 11. 92. Accepts membership, 

11. 143. Letter from, noticing the death 
of John Bruce, F.S.A., 11. 164. Re- 
ports on collection of coins presented 
by Mr. Savage, 11. 252. Meeting of the 
Society at his house, 11. 291. Commu- 
nication from, 11. 309. Of committee 
on the Society's Building, 11. 326. 
Communicates letters of Paul Jones, 

12. 276. Of a committee to nominate 
officers, 12. 447. Elected a member of 
the Standing Committee, 13. 21. Ex- 
hibits a caricature relating to the Sci- 
oto Company of Ohio, 13. 82. Remarks 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Appleton, William S. (continued). 
of, on seals, 13. 232, 233. Vote of 
thanks to, on retiring from the Stand- 
ing Committee, 13. 279. Elected Cab- 
inet-Keeper, 13. 279; 14.28, 328; 15. 
276; 16. 173; 17. 76. Description of 
the Washington medals by, 13. 289- 
292. Cabinet-Keeper, 13. 289, 305, 378, 
447, 451; 14. 25, 103, 158, 317, 318, 
828; 15. 380; 16. 100, 155, 380; 17. 50, 
60, 78, 101, 229. Of committee on the 
Somerby Collections, 13. 313. Remarks 
of, on the Albemarle portrait of Wash- 
ington, 13. 375-377. Annual reports 
of, when Cabinet- Keeper, for the years 
ending April, 1875, 14. 27; April, 1876, 

14. 827 ; April, 1877, 15. 269 ; April, 
1878, 16. 165, 166; April, 1879, 17. 69; 
April, 1880, 18. 28, 29. Exhibits a gold 
impression of Manly's Washington 
medal, 14. 82. Of committee on the 
Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition, 14. 
158. Exhibits caricatures relating to 
the American Revolution, 14. 168. Re- 
port of committee on Centennial Exhi- 
bition, 14. 170. Of committee to exam- 
ine a portrait of Sir William Phips, 14. 
206. Reports reception of the model 
of the Brattle Street Meeting-house, 15. 
380. Announces a gift from Mr. Harri- 
son Ellery, 16. 100 ; from Mrs. Mary 
C. Wheeler, 16. 155. Of a committee 
to dispose of the Society's specimens 
of Natural History, 16. 256. Presents 
a copy of the medal struck in honor of 
John Paul Jones's victory over the 
'Serapis,' 17. 50. Reports concerning a 
catalogue of the paintings and engrav- 
ings belonging to the Society, 17. 101. 
Of committee to arrange the collection 
of autographs of Mrs. Grenville Temple 
Winthrop, 17. 102, 103. Gift from, 17. 
229. Declines re-election as Cabinet- 
Keeper, 18. 27. His work as Record 
Commissioner, 19. 288. Remarks by, 
on Col. Chester, 19. 329, 330. Paper on 
coins and medals, 11. 292-305. His 
* Ancestry of Priscilla Baker/ cited, 12. 
397. 

Appleton, Me., 3. 13. 
Appleton Buildings, 6. 451, 453. 
Appleton Family, 3. 3, 9; 6. 30; 14. 38. 
Motto and pedigree of, 5. 302 ; 7. 875 ; 

15. 367. 

Appleton Fund, 2. 599-601; 3 2-7, 18, 
32, 85, 165; 4. 241, 252, 254 ; 5. 22, 24, 
152, 187, 189, 191 ; 6. 10, 12 ; 7. 17, 
19, 352-355; 8. vi, 268, 270 ; 9. 181 ; 10. 
9, 12, 166, 170, 171 ; 11. 35, 36, 39, 40, 
246 ; 12. 73, 77, 131, 132, 220, 224 ; 13. 
14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 150, 268, 273, 276, 
277, 278; 14. 321, 322, 326; 15. 269, 
270, 275 ; 16. 167, 169, 171, 172 ; 17. 
70-72, 74, 75; 18. 29, 30, 32, 35, 410, 
412, 414; 19. 291-293, 295; 20. 193, 195, 



196, 198. A committee appointed to 
act upon the matter of the will arid 
donation from Hon. Samuel Appleton, 
2. 598. Report of the committee on, 

2. 599-601. A committee appointed to 
consider matters of business pertaining 
to, 2. 605. Uses of the income of, 3. iv, 
2-7 ; 6. v, 8, 10. 

Appleton Library, North Brookfield, 6. 

431. 
Appleton Manufacturing Company, 18. 

167. Shares owned by the Society, 2. 

597 ; 3. 5 ; 6. 10. 
Appleton Publishing Fund, founder of, 

3. 7. See Appleton Fund. 
Applications and requests made to the 

Society, 5. 44, 47, 48, 60, 84, 87, 229, 
320, 406. 

Appotesi, chief, 7. 432. 

Appulton, see Appleton. 

Apres de Mannevillette, Jean Baptiste N. 
Denis d', his ' Navigation de la France 
aux Indes,' 1. 217. 

April Fool's Day, protest against, 12. 368. 

Apsley, Sir Allen, 13. 94. 

Apthorp, Charles, Pocket Almanack for 
1779, with manuscript notes by, pre- 
sented, 9. 82. 

Apthorp, Charles, b. 1698, d. 1758, por- 
trait of, by Blackburn, 16. 386, 387. 

Apthorp, Mrs. Charles (Grissilda East- 
wick), portrait of, by Blackburn, 16. 
386. 

Apthorp, Rev. East, D.D., 19. 67, 113. 
His house in Cambridge, 5. 415 n. His 
sermon at the opening of Christ Church, 
Cambridge, 1. 10, 137. His ' Answer to 
Mayhew's Defence,' 1. 10. 

Apthorp, George Henry, his ' Description 
of the Dutch Colony at Surinam,' 1. 30. 

Apthorp, James, donation from, 1. 30. 

Apthorp, John T., ig. 282. 

Apthorp, Mrs. Robert E., 16. 395. 

Apthorp, Stephen, 17. 173. 

Apthorp, Thomas, 11. 392, 395. 

Apthorp, William, 11. 395. 

Aptuxet, 3. 256. 

Aquatink Creek, 7. 82. 

Aquidnec, 8. 197. 

Aquinas, Thomas, St., 18. 143 n. 

Arabs, 6. 125. 

Arago, Dominique Francois, 18. 176, 202. 

Aranda, Pedro Pablo Abaraca de Bolea, 
Conde de, 4. 375 ; 15. 48. 

Arbella, ship, 5. 94. Historic importance 
of, 6. 4. Sailing of, 6. 415, 474. 

Arc, Joan of, see Dare. 

' Archaeologia Americana,' 2. 86 n. Cited, 
12. 173 ; 16. 203 n. 

Archaeological Congress at Antwerp, del- 
egates appointed to, 9. 228 ; 10. 36. 

Archaeological Institute of America, 19. 
252. 

Archaeological Publications, list of, 2. 
573. 



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Archaeologists, 6. 16, 25. Circular of a 
proposed meeting of those interested in 
the history of America before its dis 
covery by Columbus, 13. 379. 
Arehbald, Azor, donation from, 1. 131. 
Archdale, Gov. John, 18. 393. 
Archer, Gabriel, his account of the Voy- 
age of Columbus, 2. 119 n. 
Archer, James T., donation from, 2. 378. 
Archer, Thos., 3. 261. 
Archibald, Lieut. Edward, 15. 85. 
Archimedes, 11. 300. 
' Architects' and Mechanics' Journal/ 

donation from publishers of, 4. 424. 
Archives of the Society, 3. v ; 13. 182 n. 
Committee appointed to prepare a list 

of, 9. 191. 

Arden, Dr. , 16. 106. 

Are-frode, his ' Islendingabok ' cited, 18. 

20. His ' Landnamabok ' cited, 18. 21. 
Aretino, Pietro, 11. 422 n. 
Argali (Argoll), Sir Samuel, 10. 384, 385; 

14. 361 ; 18. 115 n., 293. 
Argentine, steamer, 7. 415. 
Argentine Confederation, 2. 349 n. 
Argentine Republic, 7. 415. 
Arguello, Don Josef, 11. 353. 
Argyleshire, 7. 27. 

Argyll (Argyle), George Douglas Camp- 
bell, &h Duke of, 13. 70 ; 16. 430 ; 18. 

349; 19. 267. 
Argyll, John Campbell, 2c? Duke of, 13. 

101. 
Arians, 6. 478. 
Ariel, 3. 215. 

Arin, William, killed by Indians, 14. 124. 
Ariosto, 3. 384. 
Aristaenetus, 3. 384. 
Aristides, pseudon., see Burr, Aaron. 
Aristides, G. A., his Greek translation of 

Irving's ' Columbus/ 4. 417. 
Aristizabal, Don Gabriel de, 2. 105 n. 
Aristotle, works of, 1. 152; 3. 384. His 

' Ethics ' cited, 18. 136 n. 
Arizona Historical Society, donation 

from, 8. 463. 
Arizona Indians, 12. 1. 
Ark (?) Club, 19. 219. 
Arkstee & Merkus publish the German 

Map of Boston, 6. 37. 
Arkwright, Sir Richard, public labors of, 

6. 424. 
Arlington, Henry Bennet, Lord, 4. 276 ; 

10. 390 ; 20. 80. Matters relating to 

the Atherton purchase and Narragan- 

sett Patent, 6. 68 n.-72 n. Warrant 

signed by, 10. 388. Letters to, 10. 

389. 
Arlington, Mass., 4. 93 ; 8. 233 ; 17. 323. 
Arlington House, 10. 450. 
Arlington Street, Boston, 6. 4, 5. 
Arlington Street Church, Boston, 20. 350. 

Vote of thanks to the proprietors of, 

20. 40. 
Armenian Bole, Terra sigillata, 5. 392. 



'Armeria Real de Madrid/ prospectus 
of proposed publication of, 2. 573. 

Armestrong, Mr. , 6. 339. 

Armine, Lady , 17. 249. 

Arminianism, 6. 427. 

Arminius, Jacobus (James Harmensen), 
12. 185; 16.411,458. 

Armistead, Lt.-Cot. George, defender of 
Fort McHenry, 5. 374. 

Armistead, William, his negro slave 
emancipated, 6. 236. 

Armitage, Manasseh, 8. 13, 21, 26. 

Arms, Richard, 17. 159. 

Armstrong, Mrs., mentioned in Ezekiel 
Price's Diary, 7. 189, 199, 220, 224. 

Armstrong, Edward, letter from, 2. 423. 
His paper on the ' Site of Port Nas- 
sau/ 20 104. 

Armstrong, John, letter of, to Smollett, 1. 
136. 

Armstrong, Gen. John, 11. 297. Original 
letter of, presented, 12. 289. 

Armstrong, Major John, Jr., 3. 180, 280. 
Report of committee on the safety of 
the Southern States, 6. 216-218. 

Armstrong, Samuel T., contributes to 
purchase the Society's building, 1. 
465 n. Donation from, 2. 215. 

Army, the, 3. 206, 280. Service rendered 
by negro soldiers, 6. 172-248. See Brit- 
ish, Continental, French, Parliamen- 
tary, Turkish, and United States Army. 

Arna-Magnsean Collection, 2. 506 n. 

Arnaud, Antoine, 16. 251. 

Arnault, John, 4. 353, 354, 356. 

Arnim, Count d', 4. 236. 

Arnobius, 18. 426. 

Arnold, Gen. Benedict, 1. 168, 478 n. ; 3. 
114; 4 .287; 7. 137, 221, 234, 237; 11. 
257 ; 12. 192, 200, 276 ; 15. 68, 152, 153 ; 
17. 459; 19 72 n., 385, 408. Journal of 
his expedition to-Canada, 1. 131. In- 
cidents of the Revolutionary War, 3. 
273-275. His force blockaded, 5. 151. 
Advance of, in Canada, 6. 187. Wound- 
ed, 7. 230. Anecdote of treason of, 16. 
366, 367. Orders issued immediately 
after the discovery of the treason of, 
19. 385 n. 

Arnold, Mrs. Benedict, 10. 36; 11. 257. 

Arnold, Elias, 11. 413 n. 

Arnold, George, 7. 354 ; 8. 41 ; 12. 216 ; 
13. 100. Engaged as janitor and gen- 
eral assistant, 2. 592. His work on the 
Trumbull and other manuscripts, 3. 93- 
95. Engaged to arrange the mass of 
unbound papers, etc., and to work in 
the Library, 3. 32 c, 32 c, n. His 
salary, 4. 251 ; 5. 21, 188; 6. 9 ; 7. 16, 
352; io. 8, 11, 166, 169; 11. 34, 38, 
246 ; 12. 73, 74, 76, 220, 223 ; 13. 14, 
272, 273, 275 ; 14. 321, 322, 325 ; 15. 
269, 273 ; 16. 169. Donations from, 5. 
309, 347, 372; 7. 189, 140, 152, 298; 8. 
201, 268, 270, 274, 280, 431 ; 9. 347 ; 10 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



40, 335. Identification of the portrait 
of Gov. Hutchinson by, io 486 ; n. 44. 
His services brought to a close, 16. 165 

Arnold, George, Jr., donation from, 5. 58. 

Arnold, James, 20. 258. 

Arnold, Matthew, 20. 394. 

Arnold, Peleg, donation from, 1. 76. 

Arnold, Samuel, 17. 345. 

Arnold, Hon. Samuel G., LL.D., 7. 23; 
18. 26. Nominated a Corresponding 
Member, 2. 001. Elected, 2. 606 ; 3. 1. 
Letter from, accepting membership, 3. 

1. Donation from, 4. 146 ; 5. 48. His 
death, 17. xviii. Remarks by the Pres- 
ident on announcing the death of, 17. 
360. His ' History of Rhode Island' 
cited, 2. 339 n. ; 6. 73 n., 77, 206; 12. 
354 n. t 401 «.; 13. 251 n. ; 17. 223 n. 
Extracts from the 'History/ 5. 220, 
221. 

Arnold, Rev. Thomas, D.D., 19. 6. Anec- 
dote of, 11. 290. 
Arnold Arboretum, 20. 258. 
Arnoult, Eugene, a communication from, 

2. 45. His Journal of the Institute, 2. 
45, 45 n., 58. Report of Mr. Wiliard 
on the subject of his communication, 
2. 49. His requests declined, 2. 57-59. 

Arnzen, Niels, gives Dighton Rock to 
the Royal Society of Northern Anti- 
quaries, 5. 226. Letter from, in regard 
to the donation of Dighton Rock, 6. 
252. Letter to, from the King of Den- 
mark, 6. 253. 

Aron, Arum, 5 390. 

Arrian, 3. 384. 

Arrivet engraves the German Map, 6. 37. 

Arrowheads discovered in Medford, 
Mass., 6. 363. 

Arrowsick Island, 3. 324. 

Arsenal at Harper's Eerry, seizure of, 
1859, 9. 244. 

Art, works of, in the Library of Mr. 
Dowse, 3. 172. 

'Art of Pleading,' 1. 55. 

Arthur, Chester A., President of the United 
States, 19. 101. 

Articles in the By-laws of the Society, 
see By-laws of the Society. 

Articles in the Constitution of the United 
States, see United States, etc. 

Articles of Confederation of the four 
New England Colonies, see New Eng- 
land. 

Artiguenave, Jos. Linna, 17. 412. 

Artillery Election Sermons, a list of 
preachers of, to be prepared, 1. 213. 
Sermon preached by Rev. W. P. Lunt, 
in 1847, 3. 213. 

Arundel, Thomas Howard, 1st Earl of, 
13. 94, 97,98. 

Arundell, Henry, 3d Baron, 13. 106. 

Asassawsh, Pequot Indian, 16. 402. 

Asby, James, 11. 393, 395. 

Ash, John, killed by Indians, 14. 143. 



Ash, St. George, Bp. of Clogher, 20. 279. 

Ash, Rev. Simeon, 18. 388. 

Ashburnham, John Ashburnham, 2d Earl 
of, 12. 417. 

Ashburnham, Mass., 3. 13, 73; 12. 405, 
406, 408, 417. 

Ashburton, Alexander Baring, 1st Lord, 
10. 247; 11. 231; 17. 370 w. His 'In- 
quiries into the Orders in Council,' 1. 
202. 

Ashburton, John Dunning, 1st Baron, 19. 
219 Counsel in Somerset's case, 7. 
320, 325. Abused for his share in the 
case, 7. 323, 324. 

Ashburton Place, 6. 29. 

Ashburton Treaty, 2. 531. 

Ashby, Eng., family seat of Baron Has- 
tings of Ashby de la Zouche, 12. 418. 

Ashby, Mass., 12. 405, 408 ; 18. 155. Ori- 
gin of name of, 12. 418. 

Ashe, , 17, 204 n. 

Asher, George M., LL.D.„ 18. 91 n. 

Ashfield, Mr. , 3. 228. 

Ashfield, Mass., 12. 405, 408. Origin of 
the name of, 12. 418. 

Ashfield, Suffolk, Eng., 12. 418. 

Ashford, Conn., 6. 69 n. ; 17. 199. 

Ashley, Rev. Jonathan, 20. 47 n. Letter 
of, to Mr. Cooper, 1 12. 

Ashley, Joseph, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 266. 

Ashley, Lieut. Moses, 15. 81, 81 n. 

Ashly, Goodman , 18. 17. 

Ashmun, Mrs. John H., 19 32. 

Ashmun, Prof. John Hooker, 2. 565, 566; 
10. 186, 188; 16. 312; 19. 13,42. 

Ashtabula, Ohio, 10. 475. 

Ashurst, Sir Henry, 2. 297 n., 298??.; 7. 
483 ; 10. 351 ; 16. 229 ; 17. 246, 248, 
251, 253; 20. 267. Letter from, to 
Hon. Isaiah Addington, with the reply, 
2. 304, 304 n., 305 n. His dedication 
of a sermon of Mather, 7. 365 n. Let- 
ters of Judge Sewall to, 12. 366-367, 
372-374. Letter to, from John Eliot, 
17. 249, 250. 

Ashurst, Sir William, letter of the min- 
isters to, concerning the Indians, 1. 
154. Note from Judge Sewall to,. 12. 
374. 

Ashurst, Sir William Henry, Justice in 
Somerset's case, 7. 324. 

Asia, man-of-war, 4. 224. 

' Asiatic Mirror,' 1. 112. 

Asiatic Society, correspondence opened 
with, 1. 78. 

Askham, John, 10. 326. 

Aspinwall, Col. Thomas, i. 482, 485 ; 4. 
167, 395, 410, 418 ; 8. 83, 176 ; 10. 9, 141, 
143, 148, 338, 399,412; 11. 101,334; 
12. 8, 81, 132, 251 ; 13. 62, 135 n. ; 15. 
3-6; 17. 380; 19. 268; 20. 185, 186, 
229. His death, i.xlvii; 14. xvi ; 15. 
2-5. Nominated a Corresponding Mem- 
ber, 1. 471. Elected, 1. 474. Dona- 



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tions from, i. 483; 2. 116, 191, 192; 
4. 330, 373; 5. 26; 10. 206; 11. 501. 
To attend to the subject of Gov. Ber- 
nard's letter-books, 2. 82. Present at 
meetings of the Society, 2. 32, 607. 
Letter from, regarding the distribution 
of diplomas and the manuscript papers 
of Governors Bernard and Tryon, 2. 
65, m, 66 n. To be admitted to the 
Royal Society of Northern Antiquaries, 
2. 85 n. Letter from, 2. 116. To re- 
ceive two copies of Vol. VIII., third 
series, 2. 248. To receive a copy of 
Vol. IX., third series, 2. 339. Nom- 
inated a Resident Member, 2. 607. 
Elected a Resident Member, 3. viii, 
18. Accepts Resident Membership, 3. 
32 b. Exhibits an ancient copy of Co- 
lonial Records, 3. 36 ; of Publishing 
Committee, 3. 89 ; 7. 300; of Standing 
Committee, 3. 162 ; 4. 19 ; 5. vii, 29, 

195. Responds to Mr. Willard in me- 
mory of Mr. Lunt, 3. 206. Contrib- 
utes a copy of a paper written by Gen. 
Gage, 3. 261. Signs a memorial re- 
monstrating against a petition of the 
Historic- Genealogical Society for a 
change of its corporate name, 3. 266- 
270. Exhibits a volume entitled ' Yong's 
Voyage to Virginia and Maryland/ 3. 
282, 283. Motion of, 4. 3; 7. 25. Re- 
ceives votes of thanks, 4 245, 330 ; 11. 
253 ; 12. 181. Remarks, 4. 283 ; 5. 39- 
41, 318-319 ; 10. 82, 83, 113, 133, 135, 
136, 207,312; 11. 158. On Washing- 
ton Irving, 4. 404-408. Of committee 
to inquire concerning the authenticity 
of a helmet, 5. 149. Of committee to 
inquire concerning the exchange of 
prisoners during the Revolutionary 
War, 5. 324, 346. His views on the 
Narragansett patent, with a criticism 
of the same, by Mr. C. Deane, 5. 
400, 404-406; 6. 41-77. On W. Ap- 
pleton, 5. 463-464. Elected Vice-Pres- 
ident of the Society, 6. vii, 19 ; 7. vii, 
26, 363 ; 8. 272 ; 9. 190 ; 10. 20, 173 ; 11. 
45. Vote of thanks to, for services 
on Standing Committee, 6. 20. Vice- 
President, 6. 82; 8. 272; 9. 156, 190, 

196, 233, 462-464 ; 10. 38, 39, 80, 85, 92, 
104, 117, 118, 134, 140, 144, 145, 206, 311, 
313, 314, 319, 321, 325, 330, 338; 11. 
135, 143, 146. Communicates a Paper 
on ' William Vassall, no Factionist/ 
6. 471-479. His remarks on Tobacco 
as an article of commerce in Europe, 
about 1614, 9. 13. His remarks at the 
announcement of the death of Gen. 
Scott, g. 234. His remarks on second- 
ing the Resolutions of acknowledgment 
to George Peabody, 9. 444. His visit 
to Waldingfield, Eng., in 1819, 9. 466. 
Publication of papers belonging to the 
Society, 10. 175. Death of, announced 



by the President, 15. 2-5. Reminis- 
cences of, by Hon. H. B. Grigsby, 15. 

4. Resolutions of the Society on the 
death of, 15. 5. Remarks by Ellis 
Ames, 15. 5-7. Referred to in report 
of the Council, 15. 266. Mr. Hillard 
appointed to prepare a memoir of, 16. 
111. His Collection of Manuscripts, 
cited, 3. 261 ; 6. 69 n. 

Aspinwall, William, Deacon of the First 
Church in Boston, 18. 298, 364. 

Aspinwall, Hon. William, 11. 101. Gift 
from, 19. 60. Thanks of the Society 
to, 19. 60. 

Aspinwall, William, M.D., his hospital, 

5. 257 ; 12. 66. 

' Aspinwall Elm/ donation of photo- 
graphs of, 7. 344, 360. 

Aspinwall House, in Brookline, photo- 
graph of, presented to the Society, 19. 60. 

'Aspinwall Papers/ 11. 245; 12. 81, 126, 
181; 15. 3. 

' Aspinwall's Hospital/ 5. 257 ; 12. 66. 

Aspland, Rev. Robert, 10. 249 n. 

Asquawcutt, Peguot Indian, 16. 402. 

Assaweetau, 2. 290 n. 

Assawomset, pronunciation of, 2. 290 n. 

Assay Office, see British Government 
Assay Office, London. 

Assessments, on members of the Society, 
1.232, 419 n.; 3-240; 5-191; 12. 70; 
13. 141. Proceeds of, 2. 8n., 37 n., 103/2., 
131 n., 148?/., 211/?,, 234??., 253//., 269 n., 
314/1., 341 n., 367 n., 869, 386 n., 425n., 
453//., 471/1., 487 n., 527?/., 556 n.; 5. 22, 
24, 189, 191 ; 6. 9, 12. Rules regarding, 
2.514. Suggestions of increase in, 2. 
589. See Admission Fees, and By-laws. 

Assessments upon towns, 9. 42, 44. 

Assheton, Rev. William, 18. 428. 

Assistant Fire Society of Boston, its 
Records presented, 7. 299. 

Assistant Librarian of the Society, see 

' Librarian, Assistant, 

Assistants of Massachusetts, 6. 45, 68 n. 
Their courts, 6. 474, 476-479; 9. 41. 
To choose the Governor and Deputy 
Governor, 9. 48. Records of their 
courts cited, 20. 150 n., 151 n. See Mas- 
sachusetts. 

Association of Medical Superintendents 
of American Institutions for the In- 
sane, 7. 49, 50. 

Association of Ministers, see Boston As- 
sociation of Ministers. 

Association of Yale Alumni in Boston 
and its vicinity, see Yale College, etc. 

Assomption, Riviere de T, 7. 330. 

Assowbmsett, 2. 290 n. 

Assowbrnsett Neck, 2. 291 n. 

Assumpink, battle of the, 3. 334, 335. 

Astell, Hannah (Mrs. Pownall), 16. 177. 

Astell, Richard, 16. 177. 

Aston, Richard, Justice, in Somerset's 
case, 7. 324. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Aston, Thomas, 20. 6. 
Astor, John Jacob, his opinion of usury, 
. 7. 468. 
Astor Library, 12. 215. Donations from 

the trustees of, 3. 204 ; 5. 223. 
'Astrologus Britannieus/ 7. 129, 131. 
'Astronomical Journal/ 19. 3. 
Astronomy, oration by Dr. Pierce, 6. 267. 
Aswaw, sachem, 8. 475. 
Asylum for Aged Indigent Females, 

aided by Mr. Dowse, 3. 396, 397. 
Atahualpa, ship, 7. 431, 432. 
Athanasius, Saint, his ' Opera/ 18. 427. 
Athearn, Jabez, 20. 168 n. 
Athearn, Lydia, 19. 337. 
Athenaeum, see Boston Athenaeum. 
' Athenaeum/ newspaper, 14. 47. 
Athenaeum Club, London, 16. 473; 18. 437. 
Athenaeum of Philadelphia, exchange of 

publications with, 2. 535. 
Athens, Greece, Public Library at, 2. 88. 
Athens, Greece, University of, 2. 116. 

Programme of a course of study at, 3. 

237. 
Athens, Ohio, 17. 176 n. 
Atherton, A. W., and N. Appleton, 5. 259. 
Atherton, Hon. Charles H., 2. 255 n.; 

5. 268; 8. 284; 16. 140. Nominated 

a Corresponding Member, 1. 252. 

Elected, 1. 254. Present at a meeting 

of the Society, 2. 21. 
Atherton, Rev. Hope, 8. 13, 22,27; 10. 

403. 
Atherton, Gen. Humphrey, 10. 391 ; 20. 

213. 
Atherton, Hon. Joshua, delegate to the 

New Hampshire Convention of 1788, 6. 

153. Quoted, in regard to the Consti- 
tution and slavery, 6. 153, 154. 
Atherton Company, 5. 403; 20. 185, 186. 

And the Narragansett Patent, 6. 65- 

74. 
Athol, James Murray, 2d Duke of, 12. 416. 
Athol, Mass., 12. 405-407, 416; 19. 385. 
Atkins, Dudley, portrait of, by Johnson, 

17.2. 
Atkins, Capt. E., 8. 464. 
Atkins, Gibbs, a refugee from Boston in 

1776, 18. 266. 
Atkins, Henry, receipt of, for goods of 

Jolley Allen, 16. 95. 
Atkins, Henry H., 16. 386. 
Atkins, Sir Jonathan, 18. 13 n. 
Atkins, Thomas, constable for Boston in 

1685, 12. 107. 
Atkins, Thomas B., see Akins, T. B. 

Atkinson, Sergeant , Newbury, 14. 143. 

Atkinson, Lieut. Amos, 15. 86. 
Atkinson, Caroline Frances, naturalized, 

4. 363. 
Atkinson, Charles, naturalized, 4. 363. 
Atkinson, Eliza Storer, naturalized, 4. 363. 
Atkinson, Elizabeth, naturalized, 4. 363. 
Atkinson, George Hodgson, naturalized, 

4. 363. 



Atkinson, George W., his ' History of 
Kanawha County ' cited, 17. 202 n. 

Atkinson, John, 8. 356 ; 11. 393, 395. Nat- 
uralized, 4. 363. A refugee from Bos- 
ton in 1776, 18. 266. 

Atkinson, John, Jr., naturalized, 4. 363. 

Atkinson, Mary Ann, naturalized, 4. 363. 

Atkinson, Nathaniel, 8. 13,22,27; 10. 403. 

Atkinson, Col. Theodore, 2. 55. Portrait 
of, by Blackburn, 16. 386, 387. 

Atkinson, Hon. Theodore, 16. 386. 

Atkinson, Theodore, Jr., 16. 6. Portrait 
of, by Blackburn, 16. 387. 

Atkinson, Mrs. Theodore, portrait of, by 
Blackburn, 16. 386, 387. 

Atkinson, Thomas, 8. 29. 

Atkinson, William, naturalized, 4. 363. 

Atkinson, Mrs. William King, donation 
from, 2. 55. 

Atkinson Academy, 6. 266, 272. 

Atlanta, ship, description of the capture 
of, 11. 136-138. 

'Atlantic Monthly/ 10. 467; 14. 4; 16. 
156, 431; 18. 281; 19. 121 n., 125, 43Gw., 
443. Cited, 16. 204 n. 

' Atlantic Neptune/ 7. 476, 477 ; 18. 96 n. 

Atlantic Ocean, 3. 175,379,386; 6.219. 
Map of, 1. 112. 

Atlantic Submarine Electric Telegraph 
Cable, specimens of, 4. 116. A piece 
of the first presented, 10. 470. 

' Atlas/ newspaper, ig. 227 ; 20. 28. 

Atlas, Mt., 2. 317 w. 

'Atlas Ameriquain/ 1. 11 ; 7. 476. 

* Atlas maritime/ 7. 476. 

Attleboro', Church of, 8. 221, 222. 

Attleborough, Mass., 7. 203; 12. 273, 402, 
403; 19. 67 n., 225; 20.274. Original 
deed of, exhibited, 11. 333. Origin of 
the name of, 12. 409. 

Attorneys, see Barristers and Attorneys. 

Attucks, Crispus, negro, his attack on the 
British troops, 6. i74. His funeral and 
burial, 6. 174, 175. 

At water, Capt. , 11. 25. 

At wood, Mrs. Anne, donation from, 1. 379w. 

Atwood, Charles, donations from, 2. 327, 
462. 

Atwood, Rev. Edward S., 15. 215. 

Atwood, George, 1. 379 n. 

Aub (Friend & Aub), map of Boston lith- 
ographed by, 6. 39. 

Aubigne, see Merle d'Aubigne, J : H : 

Aubrey, John, his ' Letters' cited, 18. 93. 

Auburn, 3. 193. 

Auburn, N. Y., 4. 100. 

Aucher, Anne (Lady Gilbert), see Gilbert. 

Auchmuty, Judge Kobert, 8. 36, 323 ; 13. 
164 n., 250, 417; 15. 397 ; 16. 45; 19. 146, 
147; 20. 160. His 'Proposals to the 
Ministry/ 1. 122. 

Auditing Committee, appointment and 
annual reports, for the years ending 
April, 1792, 1. 34 n. ; 1793, 1. 51; 1795, 
1. 84-86, 90; 1796, 1. 98; 1797, x. 107; 



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1799, i. 125, 126 ; 1800, 1. 132; 1802, I. 
149; 1803, i. 157, 160, 160w.-l(32n.; 
1804, i. 163; 1805, i. 170; 1806, i. 189; 
1810,1.216,219,220; 1812,1.228; 1813, 
i. 232; 1814, I. 244; 1816, i. 258; 1818, 
i. 273, 274; 1820, i. 285 ; 1821, i. 335, 
336; 1822, i. 341, 342; 1823, i. 349, 352; 
1824, i. 374, 375; 1825, i. 378, 380: 
1826, i. 388; 1827, i. 398, 398 /?.; 1828, 
i. 409, 410; 1829, i. 419; 1830, i. 426, 
427 n. ; 1831, i. 437, 445; 1832, i. 452 ; 
1833, i. 464, 466, 466 n. ; 1834, i. 487, 
488, 488 n. ; 1835, i. 504; 2. 2, 2 w. ; 
1836,2. 36, 36 ??., 37 n.; 1837,2. 82,82??..; 
1838,2. 103, 103 n.; 1839,2. 131, 131 n.; 
1840, 2. 148, 148 w. 1841, 2. 211, 211??.; 
1842, 2. 234, 234 w.; 1843, 2. 253, 253??.; 
1844, 2. 268, 269, 269 ??. ; 1845, 2. 313, 
314, 314 n. ; 1846, 2. 341, 341 n. ; 1847, 
2. 371; 1848, 2. 386, 386 n. ; 1849,2. 425, 
425 n. ; 1850, 2. 453, 453 n. ; 1851, 2. 471, 
471 n. ; 1852, 2. 487, 487 n. ; 1853, 2. 526, 
527, 527 n. ; 1854, 2. 555, 556, 556 n. ; 
1855, 3-1,2; 1856, 3. 85 ; 1857, 3. 163; 
1858, 4. 19 ; 1859, 4. 254. 255 ; 1860, 5. 
21-25 ; 1861, 5. 188-192 ;1862, 6. 9-12 ; 
1863, 7. 16-19 ; 1864, 7. 352-355; 1865, 
8.258; 1866,9.180-183; 1867, 10. 2 ; 
1868, 10. 165; 1869, 11. 35; 1870, 11. 
247 ; 1871, 12. 74; 1872, 12. 224 ; 1873, 

13. 11; 1874, 13. 277; 1875, 14. 27; 1876, 

14. 326, 327 ; 1877, 15. 275, 276 ; 1878, 
16. 172; 1879, 17. 76; 1880, 18. 35; 
1881, 18. 415 ; 1882, 19. 296 ; 1883, 20. 
198. See Annual Meeting, and Treas- 
urer. 

Audley, Elisha, 12. 107. 

Audubon, John James, donation of his 

plates, 2. 77, 80. 
Augusta, Ga., 4. 96. 
Augusta, Me., 4. 94 ; 7. 299 ; 11. 484, 485 ; 

15. 8 ; 18. 105 ; 19. 19. Former name 
of, 3. 34. 

Augustine, Saint, .17. 280 ; 18. 324. His 

'De Civitate Dei/ 11. 419??.; 12. 381, 

383. His ' Opera/ 18. 427. 
Augustus II. of Poland, 12. 425. 
Augustus Caesar, Emperor, 1.483 n., 484 n.; 

18. 402. 
Aulett, see Aylett. 
Aulnay de Charnisay, Charles de Menou, 

Sieur d', 3. 251 ; 8. 98, 99 ; 10. 108 ; 16. 

111. 
Aumale, Henri Eugene Philippe Louis 

d'Orleans, Due de, 20. 102. 
Aupaumut, Hendrick, autograph letter 

of, 2. 327. 
Aurania, name changed to Albany, 6. 

72 n. 
Aurora, ship, 5. 359. 
4 Ausland/ magazine, 16. 385. 
Austen, Jane, 12. 142. 
Austen, Rev. Samuel, 17. 256 n. 
Austerfield, Eng., 5. 322 ; 10. -39 ; 11. 402, 

404 ; 20. 96, 97. Visit of Mr. Deane to, 



9. 348. Registry of Goy. Bradford's 
baptism at, 11. 403. 

Austin, Gen., 17. 93. 

Austin, Major, 15. 142, 160; 16. 340, 
350. 

Austin, Mr., 6. 352. 

Austin, Mr., 16. 293. 

Austin, Ann, 18. 390, 392 n. 

Austin, Benjamin, 1. 155 m. ; 11. 140; 12. 
175, 180; 16. 85; 20. 7. His 'Old 
South ' papers, 1. 191. 

Austin, Benjamin, Jr., 12. 40, 41, 66. 

Austin, Charles, encounter with Thomas 
O. Selfridge, 12. 40, 41. 

Austin, Rev. Daniel, 19. 392. 

Austin, Ebenezer, 12. 258??. 

Austin, Ivers J., Esq., donation from, 9. 
255. Acknowledgments of the So- 
ciety ordered to, 9. 255. 

Austin, Hon. James T., i. 451, 453, 472, 
475, 485, 490, 492, 494, 503 ; 19. 146, 
147, 177. Nominated a Resident Mem- 
ber, 1. 436. Elected, 1. 446. Signs in- 
denture with Provident Institution for 
Savings, 1. 461 n. Contributes to the 
purchase of the Society's building, 1. 
465 n. Of committee to examine the 
Treasurer's accounts, 1. 487, 488, 504. 
Elected a member of the Standing 
Committee, 1. 489 ; 2. 3, 40, 82. Pres- 
ident pro tern., 1. 492; Presents dona- 
tions, 2. 1, 23, 27, 188, 431, 450. 
Makes report of the accounts of the 
Treasurer, 2. 2. Present at meet- 
ings of the Society, 2. 3, 12, 15, 28, 40, 
56, 65, 79, 83, 92, 104, 109, 112, 119, 
123, 131, 141, 144, 171, 177, 183, 188, 
192, 216, 219, 220, 225, 251, 349, 356, 
362, 372, 382, 383, 424, 426, 429, 432, 
451, 452, 454, 469, 474, 477, 483, 503, 
507, 511, 525, 571. Subjects of lec- 
tures delivered by him, 2. 34, 79. De- 
sires ip take the Trumbull Papers to 
Washington, 2. 184. To take charge 
of the Gallatin correspondence, 2. 215. 
Report of the committee on the North- 
East Boundary question, 2. 218. Of 
committee to procure a restoration of 
certain missing books, 2. 219. Com- 
munication concerning maps loaned to 
the United States Government, 2. 224. 
Of Scrutinizing Committee, 2. 450. Of 
committee to draught a series of res- 
olutions to the memory of the late 
Daniel Webster, 2. 502. Amount sub- 
scribed by, for the Library and new 
Catalogue, 2. 603 n. Resigns mem- 
bership, 3. 50. His 'Life of Gerry/ 
4. 7o. 

Austin, Jonathan Williams, 19. 149, 150, 
152. 

Austin, Matthew, 14. 139. 

Austin, Samuel, 8. 376, 410 ; 11. 140. 

Austin, Rev. Samuel, his Thanksgiving 
sermon, 1. 112. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Austin, Thomas, 16. 265. Death of, 14. 
144. 

Austin, Timothy, 12. 259. 

Austin, William, 19. 178. 

Australia, discovered by the Portuguese, 
14. 2. 

Austria, relations of France with, 1787, 
9-77. 

Austria, Sophia Frederica Dorothea, Em- 
press of, 16. 441. 

Austria, 7. 491, 492 

Authors, chances afforded to, for consul- 
tation on historical subjects, 3. 167. 

Autograpli Letters presented to the So- 
ciety, 2. 179 ; 3. 181. 

Autographs, copy of Washington's Ad- 
dress to his Army in 1783, 3. 206. Of 
Protestant petitioners to the General 
Court in 1781, 4. 350. Letter of Charles 
II., faces 6. 488. Letters and man- 
uscripts of Phillis Wheatley, face 7. 
166 : 15. 386. Of Privy Councillors in 
1664, face 7. 346. Letter of Hampden, 
faces 8 427. Collection left by M. 
J. K. Tefft, g. 5. In the possession 
of the Society, 10. 22, 158-165. Man- 
uscript of Gov. Bradford, faces 11. 
406. Marks of the Pequot Indians, 
face 16. 402. Members of the Suffolk 
Bar, face, 19. 169. Manuscript of W. 
Irving, faces 20. 201. 

Auvergne, Henri de la Tour d', Vicomte 
de Turenne, see Turenne. 

Aventin, John, 11. 421 n. 

Avery, Mrs., 7. 241, 252. 

Avery, Benjamin, D.D., 17. 153. 

Avery, John, 4. 27; 7. 205, 208, 209, 
212, 252, 259, 260 ; n. 140 ; 15. 889 n. ; 
16. 93 ; 18. 154 ; 20. 223. 

Avery, John, Jr., 1. 136 ; 7. 186, 205, 232, 
237, 250, 259 ; 11. 140. Donation from, 
1. 136. Letter from, to Judge Minot, 
1. 136 n. 

Avery, Rev. Joseph, 17. 343. 

Avery, Thomas, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Avery, Rev. William, D.D., 10. 324. 

Aves, Samuel, 20. 8. 

Avezac, Mat* IE- Arm and Pascal jd\ 13. 
14, 380, 451 ; 14. 1, 25, 155; 16. 383, 
384; 19. 387. Elected Corresponding 
Member, 12. 213. Accepts member- 
ship, 12. 264. His death, 13. xviii. 
Death of, noticed, 13. 426. His • Nais- 
sance de Christophe Colomb/ pre- 
sented, 13. 313. 

Avis, Samuel, 11. 140. 

Awasuncks, Indian, agreement of, with 
Plymouth Colony, 1. 122. Letter of, 
to Gov. Prince, 1. 122. 

Ayers, , 15. 148. 

Ayers, Eleanor, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 266. 

Aylett, Va., 19. 71 n. 

Ay lion, Lucas Vasquez d', 16. 384. 

Ay 1 win, Thomas, 11. 392, 395. 



Aylwin, Hon. William C, 4. 342 n. Let- 
ter from, concerning the Province 
Laws, 2. 595. Donation from, 3. 31. 

Ayr, Perm., 17. 200 n. 

Ayres, , 20. 121. 

Ay res, Elizabeth, 20. 13. 

Ayres, Hannah {Mrs. Lamson), 11. 258. 

Ayres, Jos?ph, 11. 140. 



B. 

B , Mr., 7. 295. See Bowdoin, James. 

B., Sr. F., 7. 295. See Bernard. 

Babcock, Lieut.- Col., 15. 160. 

Babcock, Rev. Mr., 7. 109. 

Babcock, Adam, 1. 192 n. 

Babcock, G. R., donation from, 4. 437. 
Vote of thanks to, 4-438. 

Babcock, Mrs. G. R., 5. 26. 

Babcock, G. W., donation from, 3. 65, 6Q. 

Babcock, Col. Henry, portrait of, by 
Blackburn, 17. 93. 

Babcock, James, Jr., protest of, against 
the enlistment of slaves, 6. 203, 204. 

Babcock, Samuel, 6. 205. Protest of, 
against the enlistment of slaves, 6. 203, 
204. 

Babcock, Elder Stephen, 8. 220, 221. 

Babson, Hon. John J., 15. 224. Elected 
a Resident Member of the Society, 5. ix, 
93. Gift from, 17. 60. Vote of thanks 
to, 17. 60. His ' History of Glouces- 
ter ' cited, 15. 224. 

Bach, Johann Christian, ig. 221, 221 n., 
222. 

Bache. Prof. A.D., donation from, 4. 330 ; 
6. 414. 

Bache, Franklin, letter from, 2. 60. 

Bachelder, John, communication con- 
cerning the trading-house erected by 
the Plymouth Colonv on Manomet 
River, 3. 252-256. 

Bacheller, Rev. Samuel, writings against, 
by Joseph Haynes, 6. 263 w., 264 n. 

Bachiler, Rev. Stephen, 17. 343. 

Back, Capt. Sir George, 15. 8. 

Back Bay Commissioners, donation from, 
4. 196. Map to be prepared for, 6. 40. 

Back Street, Boston, 6. 29. 

Backhouse & Son, 3. 228. 

Backus, Rev. Azel, D.D., his funeral ser- 
mon on Gov. Wolcott, 1. 138. 

Backus, Rev. Charles, his century ser- 
mon, 1. 146. 

Backus, Elijah, 17. 189, 189 n., 195. 

Backus, Rev. Isaac, 8. 220, 222; 17. 86, 
87. Communication from, 1. 67. Do- 
nations from, 1. 76, 98. Speech on 
slavery and the Federal Constitution, 
6. 151, 152. Extract from a letter of, 
20. 153. His 'History of New England,' 
1. 36 : 6. 47, 49, 60. 



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Bacon, Andrew, 17. 146. 

Bacon, Hon. Ebenezer, 18. 238. 

Bacon, Edward, 1. 354 ; 8. 398 ; 13. 205 ; 
17. 117, 118. Papers relating to, de- 
posited with the Secretary of the Com- 
monwealth, 17. 122. 

Bacon, Lieut. Elias, 15. 76. 

Bacon, Ellen (Mrs. Sears), 18. 238. 

Bacon, Hon. Ezekiel, LL.D., 19. 169, 170, 
170 n. His autograph, faces 19. 169. 

Bacon, Francis, Lord Verulam, 1. 361 ; 6. 
26 ; 7. 294, 295; 8. 224, 306 ; 12. 431 n. ; 
13. 64, 90, 91, 93, 321 ; 15. 50 ; 16. 208 ; 
17. 8 ; 18. 93, 137 n., 273. Observation 
of, 6, 120. An American edition of his 
works, criticised, 13. 32 n. His * Sylva 
Sy I varum/ 1. 53. 

Bacon, Hon. John, 14. 386 ; 15. 363. 
Settled over the Old South Church in 
Boston, 5. 465. Letter to S. Phillips, 5 
477-485. 

Bacon, IJeut. John, 15. 81. 

Bacon, Rev. Leonard, D.D., 19. 285. 
Letter from, 2. 110. Nominated a Cor- 
responding Member, 2. 110. Elected, 
2. 112. Accepts membership, 2. 113. 
Death of, announced, 19. xx, 195. His 
' Life of Richard Baxter/ 19. 195. 

Bacon, Sir Nicholas, 18. 251. 

Bacon, O. P., donation from, 2. 471. 

Bacon, Samuel, 17. 158. 

Bacon, Capt. William, 15. 83, 85. 

' Bacon's and Ingram's Rebellion/ man- 
uscript history of, 9. 244 ; 12. 8. To be 
restored to the Virginia Historical So- 
ciety, 9. 246, 298. Reprinted, 9. 299, 
312. Returned to the Virginia His- 
torical Society, 10. 157. Receipt of 
the MS. of, acknowledged by Conway 
Robinson, 10. 135 ; by the Society, 10. 
320. 

Bacqueville de la Potherie, M., his ' His- 
toire de l'Amerique/ 1. 146. 

Badcock, Benjamin, 6. 349. 

Badcock, Robert, 6. 349. 

Baddeley, Mrs. Sophia, 17. 216. 

Badger, Judge George Edmund, LL.D., 4. 
101. 

Badger, Rev. Henry C, 10 467. Dona- 
tion from, 13 104. 

Badger, Rev. Moses, a refugee from Bos- 
ton in 1776, 18. 266. 

Badger, Rev. Stephen, letter of, respect- 
ing the Natick Indians, 1. 121. 

Badger, Gov. William, 7. 36. 

Badlam, Stephen, 3. 28. 

Badson, Lieut. John, 14. 136. 

Bagaduce, 3. 298. 

Baggett, Cornet , 16. 71. 

Bagley, Henry, 17. 193. 

Bagnall, Robert (Bagnal), 7. 210, 211. 

Bagnall, Walter, 14. 367 ; 20. 82 n. First 
settler on Richmond Island, 3. 183, 186. 
His fate, 3. 186, 187. 

Bagneres de Bigorre, 2. 573. 



Bagot, Mrs. Charles, 19. 20, 26, 26 »., 29, 
31. 

Bagot, Rt.-Hon. Charles, 19. 26, 26 n., 31. 

Bagot, William, Lord, 19. 26 n. 

Bagshot, John, 4. 256. 

Bahama Islands, 3. 222-225. 

Bailey, Capt. Adams, 13. 372, 374; 15. 
76. 

Bailey, Ber., 19. 378. 

Bailey, David, 17. 203, 203 n. 

Bailey, Rev. Jacob, 20. 395. 

Bailey, Col. John, 13. 313 ; 15. 75, 160. 

Bailey, Rev. John, d. 1697, 2. 449 n. ; 10. 
348 ; 17. 263, 265, 266, 268-270 ; 20. 211. 
His farewell to his parish in Limerick, 
1. 146. Writing on the titlepage of 
Scottow's Narrative, 3. 287. 

Bailey, L. B., 3. 47. 

Bailey, Mrs. Lucy, 11. 491. 

Bailey, Luther, 15. 76. 

Bailey, Miles, sentenced by a court-mar- 
tial, 16. 356. 

Bailey, Nathan, his ' Dictionary ' cited, 
i8/l4n. 

Bailey, Miss Sarah L., her ' Historical 
Sketches of Andover ' cited, 19. 325 n. 

Bailey, Thomas, his poem on the Powder 
Plot, 1. 145. 

Bailies, Mr., Taunton, 7. 222, 223. See 
Baylies. 

Bainbridge, Commodore William, 12. 309 ; 
13. 27. Letter from, donated to the 
Society, 3. 84. 

Baird, Henry C, 10. 464. 

Baird, Rev. Henry M., D.D., 19. 285; 
20. 202, 203. Elected a Corresponding 
Member, 19. 67. Accepts member- 
ship, 19. 97. 

Baken, see Bacon, Samuel. 

Baker, Capt, 15. 351. 

Baker, Mr., 7. 185. 

Baker, Alpheus, 19. 176. 

Baker, Charles, 13. 293. 

Baker, Ebenezer, donation from, 1. 152??. 

Baker, Gardiner, donations from, 1. 
50, 55, 66, 76, 79, .89, 100, 103, 112. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 
1. 86. Elected, 1. 87. Accepts mem- 
bership, 1. 90. 

Baker, Henry F., donations from, 2. 375, 
450. 

Baker, James L , donations from, 4. 122, 
309; 5.1. 

Baker, Jesse, 17. 214, 215. 

Baker, John, 3. 337, 338. 

Baker, John, 20. 181. 

Baker, John (1685), 12. 107. 

Baker, Capt. John, 11. 140 ; 15. 86, 111. 

Baker, Capt. John, Jr., 15. 86 n. 

Baker, John, Eng., 13. 123. 

Baker, John, prisoner, 16. 262. 

Baker, John, refugee, 18. 266. 

Baker, Lieut. Joseph, 15. 79, 79 n. Signs 
the petition in favor of Salem Poor, 6. 
178. 



INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Baker, Moses, sentenced by a court-mar- 
tial, 16. 861. 

Baker, Friscilla, n. 388 ; 12. 397. 

Baker, Sir Richard, his ' Chronicle of 
the Kings of England/ 18. 429. 

Baker, Deacon Samuel, 14. 256 n. 

Baker, Justice Samuel, 3. 192, 193. 

Baker, Sir Samuel, 13. 352. 

Baker, Stephen, donation from, 2. 457. 

Baker, William, 7. 198. 

Baker's shipyard, Boston, ig. 105. 

'Balance/ i."l54, 168, 178. 

Balch, John, 17. 369 n. 

Balch, Joseph W., 19. 357. 

Balch, Nathaniel, 7. 222; 8.406; 11. 140; 
13. 59. 

Balch, Thomas, donation from, 3. 42. 

Balconi, Signora f 19. 221. 

Baldgeus, Philip, his ' Wahrhaftige Be- 
schreibung/ etc., 14. 157. 

Baldwin, , a printer, 19. 219. 

Baldwin, Mrs., 19. 18. 

Baldwin, Abraham, speech of, on slavery, 
6. 143. 

Baldwin, Christopher Columbus, Libra- 
rian of the Antiquarian Society, 2. 
207 ; 8. 286, 291 ; 17. 294, 296. Dona- 
tion from, 1. 492. Applies for du- 
plicate newspapers, 1. 502. 

Baldwin, James F., 12. 79. Portrait of, 
presented, 12. 67. 

Baldwin, Mrs. James F., donations from, 
4. 196, 226 ; 12 67. 

Baldwin, Copt. Jeduthan, 15. 66. 

Baldwin, Hon. John G., donation from, 8. 
88. 

Baldwin, Col. Jonathan, 10. 103. 

Baldwin, L., engineer, 18. 60. 

Baldwin, Col. Loammi, 14. 87, 91 ; 15. 
86 n., 93, 99, 100, 102, 103, 105, 108, 109, 
160 ; 17. 321. 

Baldwin, Hon. Roger S., Governor of 
Connecticut, requests the delivery of 
the Trumbull Papers, 2. 322, 322/2., 
823 n. Letter from, concerning the 
claim to the Trumbull Manuscripts, 2. 
343, 343 n., 344 n. 

Baldwin, Rev. Samuel, his anniversary 
sermon at Plymouth, 1. 10. 

Baldwin, Rev. Thomas, his funeral ser- 
mon on Gov. Phillips, 1. 154. 

Baldwin Roll, 2. 469. 

Bale, John, Bp. of Ossory, 11. 419 n. His 
' Actes of English Votaryes/ cited, 11. 
418-420. 

'Balehoult' Letter, 2. 550. 

Balfour, , 12. 49. 

Bali Book, presented by Rev. Charles 
Burroughs, D.D., 9. 472. 

Ball, Lieut. Benjamin, 15. 79, 79 n. 

Ball, Dorothie (Mrs. Rogers), 5. 496. 

Ball, John. 16. 91 n. 

Ball, Capt. Lebbeius, 15. 78. 

Ball, Mary (Mrs. Washington), 17. 241. 

Ball, Sir Peter, 16. 393. 



Ball, Robert, death of, 15. 359. 

Ball, Capt. Robert, 16. 887. Portrait of, 
by Smibert, 16. 393. 

Ball, Mrs. Robert (Elizabeth Davison), 
portrait of, by Blackburn, 16. 387. 

Ball, Thomas, 16. 315 ; 18. 62 n. 

Ball, Capt. Thomas [misprint for Rolert], 
16. 387. 

Ball, Mrs. Thomas [misprint for Robert], 
16. 387. 

Ballad, William, 20. 230. 

Ballad ' Sommons to New England/ 5. 
101-103. 

Ballantine, John, 2. 546 n.; 8. 29; 14. 222. 
Publicly admonished at Harvard Col- 
lege, 14. 225, 226. 

Ballantvne, James, 12. 156, 282. 

Ballard", Rev. Edward, D.D., 16. 378 ; 18. 
93. 

Ballard, F. W., donation from, 9. 1. 

Ballard, George, 6. 256. 

Ballard, Joseph, donations from, 2. 508; 
10. 311. 

Ballard (Ballad), William, 20. 230. 

Ballard, William, Brooklyn, N. Y., dona- 
tion from, 11. 143, 252'. 

Ballard, Capt. William Hudson, Boston, 
ii, 143, 252; 15. 79 n., 80, 140; 16. 349, 
350, 353, 356, 859, 360. Signs the peti- 
tion in favor of Salem Poor, 6. 178. 

Ballot, rules of, in relation to the elec- 
tion of members, 3. 239, 240. See By- 
laws. 

Ballot-box, vote to have a new, 12. 211. 

Ballou, Eliza (Mrs. Garfield), 19. 89. 

Ballou, Rev. Hosea, 2d, 13. 136. 

Ballou, Latimer W., 8 01. 

Ballou, Maturin M., donation from, 2 500. 

Ballymony, 7. 28. 

Balmanno, Robert, donation from, 5. 234, 
235. 

Balmanno, Mrs. Robert, donations from, 
5. 234, 235 ; 6. 15. Vote of thanks to, 
5. 235. 

Balsam of Gilead, 5. 396. 

Balston, Nathaniel, 20 6. 

Balstone, William, 18. 364. 

Baltimore, Cecil Calvert, 2d Lord, 11. 
187 n., 357 ; 13. 185. Coinage issued 
by, 11. 294, 295. 

Baltimore, Charles Calvert, 3c? Lord, 11. 
165 ; 16. 241 ; 18. 256. Writ of quo 
warranto to be served on, 18. 260. 

Baltimore, George Calvert, 1st Lord, 4. 
346, 347; 11. 359; 20. 230. 

Baltimore, Md., 4. 89-91 ; 5. 8, 9 ; 6. 17, 
258 ; 10. 225, 228, 234, 419 ; 11. 354, 358, 
359, 862 ; 16. 108, 109, 164 ; 17. 50, 81, 
82, 174, 386, 405, 424 ; 18. 58, 340 ; 19. 
14, 15, 16 n., 17, 19, 47, 71 ; 20. 94, 189. 
J. Sparks in, 10. 234-242. Society for 
the Distribution of Books, 10. 238. 
Celebration of the 150th anniversary 
of the settlement of, 18. 243, 246. Gift 
from the city of, 19. 97. 



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Baltimore, First Independent Church 
at, see First Independent Church, 
etc. 

Baltimore College, n. 354. 

' Baltimoriensis/ communication from, 2. 
216. 

Balzac, Honore de, Mr. Motley's article 
on, 16. 418. 

Bancroft, Lieut. , 14. 126. 

Bancroft, Rev. Aaron, D.D., letter from 
Dr. Harris to, 2. 108 n. Parcel for, 2. 
126 n. 

Bancroft, Ebenezer, 20. 318. 

Bancroft, Cant. Ebenezer, 14. 61, 89 ; 15. 
81, 106. 

Bancroft, Hon. George, LL.D., i. 
478n. ; 4. 68, 199; 6. 133; 8.2, 450; 
10. 218, 230, 305, 350 ; 11. 372 ; 12. 59 ; 
13. 43, 268, 331, 389; 14. 215, 235; 15. 
42, 45, 265, 279; 16. 42, 45-50, 407, 
428 ; 17. 46, 80, 232, 308, 313, 356, 376; 
18. 293, 355, 366, 419; ig. 108, 339, 347, 
426 ; 20. 233, 235, 258, 329, 342. Letter 
from, to C. C. Perkins, 1. 359, 360. 
Applies to use the Library, 1. 476. 
Nominated a Kesident Member, 1. 481. 
Elected, 1. 493. Donations from, 1. 
494 ; 2. 139, 222, 341 ; 15. 7. Present 
at meetings of the Society, 2. 99, 102, 
129, 142, 143, 149, 185, 213, 222, 225, 
227, 236, 258, 259, 266, 286, 291, 300, 
303. Permission granted to, to take 
certain volumes from the Library, 2. 
148, 236. Requests the loan of cer- 
tain medallions, 2. 222. Of committee 
to examine certain manuscript vol- 
umes, 2. 224, 225. Communication 
from, 2. 339. Removes from the State, 
2. 447, 609 n. Nominated a Correspond- 
ing Member, 2. 447. Elected, 2. 450. 
Errors in his ' History of the United 
States/ 2. 510, 511; 4. 74; 10. 450, 
451. Notice of, 2. 609 n. Project of 
a ship-canal, 3. 75. Question on pos- 
tal rates, 3. 78. Remarks concern- 
ing Jefferson, and the Declaration 
of Independence, 6. 99, 100. Manu- 
script furnished to Mr. G : Livermore, 
6. 224. His ' History ' referred to, 7. 
407. On the discovery of America by 
the Northmen, 8. 184, 185. Vote of 
thanks to, 15. 7. Count Circourt's 
French edition of the tenth volume of, 
15, 13-15. Submits a copy of a record 
of conversation between Gov. Hutch- 
inson and George III., 15. 326. Letter 
from, to Mr. Waterston, 20. 234. His 
' History of the United States ' cited, 
4. 57 ; 6. 73 n., 100, 180, 184 ; 11. 144; 
12. 350 n. ; 13. 196, 197, 381; 15. 13, 16, 
37 n. ; 16. 210 ?2. ; 17. 163 ; 18. 97 n. ; 20. 
298 n. Extracts from an oration de- 
livered Feb. 22, 1862, 6. 95, 96. His 
Memorandum on the ' Hutchinson Let- 
ters,' 16. 46-48. 



Bancroft, Hubert H., elected a Corre- 
sponding Member, 14. 159. Accepts 
membership, 14. 186. His * History of 
the Pacific Coast ' reviewed by Mr. 
Winsor, 20. 45. 

Bancroft, Capt. James, incidents concern- 
ing the capture of Breyman's Fort, 3. 
271-277. 

Bancroft, Lieut. James, 15. 78, 81. 

Bancroft, Lieut. Lemuel, 15. 78, 78 n. 

Bancroft, Lieut. Samuel, 15. 78 n. 

Bancroft, Mrs. Sarah, letter from, to her 
husband, 3. 277. 

Bandinelli, Baccio, a manuscript by, 1. 
152. 

Bandon, Francis Bernard, Earl of, 12. 
406 n. 

Bane, Lewis, 20. 325. 

Banfield, Christopher, death of, 14. 145. 

Bangor, Me., 4. 93; 10. 419; 17. 216. The 
' Centennial Celebration of the Settle- 
ment of ' cited, 17. 216 n. 

Bangor, boat, 7. 413. 

Bangor Bank, 5. 284. 

' Bangor Whig and Courier/ 7. 374. 

Bangs, Edward, 19. 357. 

Bangs, Nathaniel, 10. 164. 

Bangs Brothers & Co., donation from, 
4.1. 

Banishment, law of, in England, 3. 199, 
200. 

Banister, Adj., 15. 82. 

Banister, Thomas, 8. 30. 

4 Bank Circular,' signed by Boston mer- 
chants in 1809, 11. 307. 

Bank-notes, methods of detecting coun- 
terfeits (1784), 7. 296, 297. 

Bank of England, 7. 296. Assists New 
York to resume specie payment (1838), 

5. 289, 290. Notes preserved at Wool- 
wich by the Royal Artillery, 6. 429. 

Bank of the United States, 1. 378; 5. 279; 

6. 450. Suspends (1839), 5. 290. 
Bankrupt law, 5. 216. 

Banks, Mr., 11. 132. 

Banks, Sir John, 4. 156 ; 11. 186 n. 

Banks, Sir Joseph, extract from a letter 

of, to Dr. Bigelow, 17. 416. 
Banks, Gov. Nathaniel P., 4. 99; 17. 429; 

18. 158. Donation from, 8. 76. 
Banks in the United States, 5. 284- 

290. 
Bannister, Charles (?), 19. 223. 
Bannister, Lieut. Christopher, 15. 83. 
Bannister's Gardens, 6. 37. 
Bant, Capt. Gilbert, 12. 117; 16. 103. 
Bant, William, 7. 228 ; 11. 140. 
Bant, Mr. and Mrs. (William'?), 7. 203. 

Bantam, , 16. 104. 

Baptism, validity of, 8. 227. Gov. Win- 

throp on, 12. 338-341. 
Baptist, Edward, 3. 261. 
Baptist College, Bristol, 10. 450. 
Baptiste, mentioned in the * Journal de 

Castorland/ 7. 333. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Baptists, 6. 70 n., 264. Revival among, 
in 1792, 5. 417. Petitions of associa- 
tions to Congress for accurate editions 
of the Bible, 5. 107. Persecuted in 
Connecticut, 7. 293. In Georgia in 
1773,8. 215, 217; in Massachusetts in 
1752 8 221 

Barbadoes, 3. 228 ; 6, 72 n., 352, 476. 
Slavery in, 7. 316, 317. 

Barbauld, Mrs. Anna Letitia, 15. 231 n. 

Barbe-Marbois, Francois de, LL.D., 
10. 257; 13. 301; 15/6O, 60 n. Nomi- 
nated a Corresponding Member, 1. 376. 
Elected, 1. 377. The intercepted letter 
of, 7. 177. Letter from, to Count de 
Vergennes, 7. 262-266. Sketch of, 7. 
262 /1.-263 n. His ' Treason of Arnold ' 
cited, 13. 383. 

Barber, , 17. 185. 

Barber, James, letter of Judge Sewall to, 
12. 359. 

Barber, John Warner, 2. 96. Donations 
from, 2. 102; 3. 114. To be remon- 
strated with concerning the title of his 
work, 2. 127, 127 n., 128 n. His reply 
to Mr. Harris, 2. 128 n. His * Histori- 
cal Collections,' 2. 127 n., 128 n. ; 12. 
397, 398, 410-419 ; 16. 6 n. 

Barber, Nathaniel, 11. 140; 13 200. Son 
of, 8. 364, 365. 

Barber, Miss Relief R., at the McLean 
Asylum, 7. 46. 

Barber, Robert, killed by Indians, 14. 143. 

Barber & Southwick, 7. 276 n. 

Barbier, Antoine Alexandre, 1. 278 n. 

Barbour, Isaac R., donation from, 2. 307. 

Barbour, Philip P., 10. 240. 

Barclay, Earl, 16 225, 226, 228. 

Barclay, Mr., 19. 216. 

Barclay (Barkley), Capt. A., 14. 344, 345. 

Barclay, Andrew, 11. 395. 

Barclay, Capt. R. H., the encounter with 
Perry, 6. 241. 

Barclay, Robert, 18. 362. 

Barclay, Thomas, 2. 190 n. 

Bard, Samuel, Ml)., 11. 21 ; 15. 224, 225. 

Barden, John, see. Birden, John. 

Bardsen, Ivar, Greenlander, 13. 358, 359. 
360. 

Bard well, Capt. Jonathan, 15. 78 n., 84. 

Bardwell, Lieut. Perez, 15. 83. 

Barefoot, Walter, 16. 258 w., 270. 

Baring, Alexander, 1st Baron Ashburton, 
tee Ashburton. 

Baring Bros. & Co., Messrs., 3. 52, 58 ; 18. 
180. 

Barker, , 17. 195, 196. 

Barker, Mrs., 12. 362. 

Barker, Ebenezer, 20. 313, 314. 

Barker, Mrs. Elizabeth (Mitchell), 1. 171. 

Barker, Eunice (Mrs. Coffin), 1. 171. 

Barker, Jacob, 17. 133. 

Barker, John, 20. 312, 314. 

Barker, Joseph, 8. 60. 

Barker, Rev. Joseph, 17. 19. 



Barker, Joshua, of the expedition against 
Carthagena, 18. 372-375. 

Barker, Josiah, 1. 171. 

Barker, Maria, 20. 314. 

Barker, William, the elder, 20. 313. 

Barker, William, the younger, 20. 314. 

Barker, Capt. William, 17. 171. 

Barker, William T., 14. 38. 

Barkley, see Barclay. 

Barloe, Bartholomew, 3. 337. 

Barlow, Abner, portrait of, 13. 67. 

Barlow, Capt. Arthur, 19. 80. 

Barlow, Gen. Francis Channing, donation 
from, 10. 40. 

Barlow, Joel, 5. 87 • 13. 82 ; 14. 167 ; 16. 
139; 20.257. His 'Prospect of Peace/ 
1. 18. 

Barlow, Mrs. Joel, 19. 16, 18. 

Barlow, Samuel L. M., vote of thanks to, 
12. 126. Gifts from, 20. 45. 

Barlow, Bishop Thomas, his ' Cases of 
Conscience/ 18. 428. 

Barlow Library, New York, 20 229. 

Barnard, , 17. 206 n. 

Barnard, Benjamin, 11. 140. 

Barnard, Lieut. -Col. Berry, wounded at 
Lexington, 13. 58. 

Barnard, Hon. Daniel D., LL.D., 4. 
320 ; 8. 102. Nominated a Correspond- 
ing Member, 2. 132. Elected, 2. 135. 
Accepts membership, 2. 139. Dona- 
tion from, 2. 139. His death, 5. xi, 197. 
Sketch of, 5. 213-218. Portrait of, 13. 
67. 

Barnard, Rev. Edward, his election ser- 
mon, 1. 79. 

Barnard, George, 8. 316. 

Barnard, George, 17. 427. 

Barnard, George M., 19. 357. 

Barnard, Henry, letter from, 2. 146. Do- 
nations from, 2. 218, 547 ; 5. 104 ; 10. 
134, 409. 

Barnard, John, 1685, 12. 107, 108 

Barnard, John, 1693, 6. 349. 

Barnard, John, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 266. 

Barnard, Deacon John, 12. 320. 

Barnard, Rev. John, H. C. 1700, 8. 30; 
10. 163; 20. 5n. His version of the 
Psalms, 9 213. Recommendation of, 
as a teacher, 20. 5. 

Barnard, Bvt. Maj.-Gen. Jonathan Gilbert, 
donation from, 9. 463. 

Barnard, Samuel, 11. 316. 

Barnard, Thomas, 11 316. 

Barnard (Bernard), Thomas, 12. 106. 

Barnard, Capt. Thomas, 15. 164. 

Barnard, Rev. Thomas, H. C. 1679, d. 
1718, 8. 23, 28. 

Barnard, Rev. Thomas, //. C. 1732, d. 1776, 
15. 196, 217. 

Barnard, Rev. Thomas, D.D., H. C. 1766, 
d. 1814, donation from, 1. 60. 

Barnard, Capt. Timothy, 15. 86, 86 n. 

Barnard, Tobias, 8. 11, 20, 25. 



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Barnard, W. T., 13. 378. 

Barnardiston, Sir Nathaniel, 18. 289. 

Barnardiston Family, 10. 375. 

Barnes (Barns), Capi., 4. 219; 15. 352. 

Barnes, Lieut. -Col. f 15. 160. 

Barnes, Mr., Boston, 19. 105. 

Barnes, Capt. Asa, 15. 84 n. 

Barnes, Rev. David, D D., his funeral ser- 
mon on Rev. J. Hawley, 1. 154. 

Barnes, Hon. David L., 19. 155, 156. 

Barnes, Elizabeth {Mrs. Shuckford), 14. 
152. 

Barnes, Henry, 19. 133. 

Barnes, Isaac , donation from, 2. 471. 

Barnes, Surgeon- General Joseph K., dona- 
tions from, g. 196; 10. 86. 

Barnes, Nathaniel, 12. 108. 

Barnes, Rev. Robert, D.D., n. 423 n. 
Cited, n. 413, 423. 

Barnes, Lieut. Sears, 15. 82. 

Barnes & Co., Messrs. 18. 99 n. 

Barnet, Capt., 15. 111. 

Barnet, Miss, 15. 252. 

Barneveld, John of, 15. 296; 16. 417, 
432, 434, 469, 471. Mr. Motley's ' Life 
of,' 16. 457-468. 

Barney, Capt, 20 203. 

Barney, Mrs., 20. 204. 

Barney, Charles G., 11. 292. Donation 
from, 5. 96. 

Barnham, Lieut. John, 15. 86, 86 n. 

Barnham, Lieut. Thomas, 15. 84. 

Barns, Capt. Daniel, 15. 75. 

Barns, Major Edward, 15. 75. 

Barns, Henry (1), killed by Indians, 14. 
129. 

Barns, Henry (2), killed by Indians, 14. 
140. 

Barns, James, 20 287. 

Barns, Capt. Thomas, 15. 78. 

Barnstable, Mass., 3. 310 ; 4. 100 ; 7. 423 ; 
8. 194, 195, 398; 10. 50; 12. 385, 394, 
395, 399, 401 ; 13. 72 ; 16. 121 ; 17. 117, 
118, 341; 18. 238; 19. 382; 20. 168, 
325. 

Barnstable County, donations from the 
County Commissioners, 4. 196, 226. 

Barnum, Fhineas T.. 3. 177. 

Barnwell, Robert W , 15. 190, 191. 

Baron, Dr., 12. 389. 

Baronetcy, succession of Sir John Tem- 
ple to, 9. 69, 73. 

Barr, Col. Asa, donation from, 6. 23. 

Barre, Col Isaac, 6. 29 ; 13. 200. Friend 
of the" American colonies, 7. 182. 

Barre, Mass., see Hutchinson. 

Barrell, Messrs., 16. 387. 

Barrell, Miss, daughter of Joseph Barrell, 
17. 363, 364. 

Barrell, Mrs. (Saward), portrait of, by 
Blackburn, 16. 387. 

Barrell, Colborn, 8. 318, 335, 374, 375; 
11. 393, 395. His wife, 8. 374. 

Barrell, Mrs. Hannah, 12. 323. 

Barrell, John, 8. 318; 13. 59. 



Barrell, John Clarke, 1. 482, 482 n. ; 17. 
120. 

Barrell, Joseph, 1. 482 n. ; 8. 318 ; 11. 140, 
299; 12. 62, 63, 65; 17. 363, 363 n. 
Donations from, 1. 25, 137. Vote of 
thanks to, 1. 26. His mansion, 7. 60 ; 
17. 363, 363 n. 

Barrell, Ruthy, 8. 318. See Andrews, Mrs. 

Barrell, Samuel B., 18. 268. 

Barrell, Mrs. Samuel B., 12. 219. Dona- 
tion from, 12. 121, 191. 

Barrell, Theodore, 8. 318. 

Barrell, Theodore, 18. 268. 

Barrell, Walter, his list of refugees from 
Boston in 1776, 18. 266-268. 

Barrell, William, 8. 331, 389. Letters of 
J. Andrews to, 8. 316-412. Sketch of, 
8. 318. Letter from, 8. 412. Orders 
books from London, 8. 413. 

' Barrell Papers/ 12. 331. 

Barrett, Deacon, 16. 182, 303, 304. 

Barrett, Hon. C, 3. 13. 

Barrett, Caleb, sentenced by a court-mar- 
tial, 16. 352. 

Barrett, Charles, 11. 307. Companion of 
N. Appleton, 5. 255. 

Barrett (Barret), D., 4. 34, 36; 5. 355; 
13. 237, 238. 

Barrett, George, n. 307. 

Barrett, J. F., money received for copy- 
ing, 8. 269. 

Barrett, Col. James, 15. 87 ; 17. 321, 324. 

Barrett, John, Esq., 11. 140. 

Barrett, John, 12. 323. 

Barrett, Mrs. Mary (Clarke), 12. 323, 325. 

Barrett, N., 12. 62. 

Barrett, Rebecca {Mrs. S: Dana), 5. 255. 

Barrett, Samuel, 11. 140. 

Barrett, Samuel, LL.D., 12. 325. 

Barrett, Rev. Samuel, D.D., 8. 456; 11. 
262. 

Barrett, Sarah D , 16. 395. 

Barrett, Mrs. Sarah Gerrish, 12. 323. 

Barrey, see Barry. 

Barrick, James, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 266. 

Barrier scheme, 3. 37. 

Barrington, Daines, cited, 7. 313-315. 

Barrington, William Barrington, Viscount, 
12. 416; 13. 164 n.; 16. 71. 

Barrington, N. H., 17. 153, 355 n. 

Barristers and Attorneys, distinction be- 
tween, 19. 143, 144. 

Barron, , 15. 389. 

Barron, William Amherst, tutor, 6. 275. 

Barrot, Camille Hyacinthe Odillon, 15. 
316. 

Barrow, Rev. Isaac, D.D., 3. 391. His 
' Exposition of the Creed/ 18. 427. His 
' Opuscula/ 18. 427. His ' Defence of 
the Trinity/ 18. 428. His ' Sermons/ 
18. 429. 

Barrowe, Henry, 17. 340. 

Barrowists, 10. 394, 395. 

Barrus, Hiram, donation from, 6. 23. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Barry, CapL, 16. 360. 

Barry, Capt., of the 52d Regiment, Eng- 
lish Army, 8. 398. 

Barry, Mrs., the actress, 19. 222. 

Barry, Mrs. Esther (Stetson), 13. 136. 

Barry, Lieut. Henry, his ' Advantages of 
Connection with Great Britain/ 1. 19. 
His ' Gen. Lee's Strictures on Friendly 
Address examined/ 1. 19. 

Barry, Rev. John S., 13. 13, 267 ; 19. 119, 
120, 120 n. Donations from, 2. 365 ; 3. 
32 a., 98, 182; 6 361 ; 7. 298. Per- 
mission given to use the Library, 2. 
546. Communication and request from, 

2. 593. Elected a Resident Member, 

3. 44. Accepts Resident Membership, 
3. 49. Discovers a clew leading to the 
discovery of Bradford's Manuscript His- 
tory, 3 20, 21. Reads letter concern- 
ing the establishment of the Chicago 
Historical Society, 3. 89. Death of, 

12. xviii. His death noticed by the 
President, 12. 315, 316. Mr. C. C. Smith 
appointed to prepare a memoir of, 12. 
316. < Memoir of/ 13. 136-139. His 
1 History of Massachusetts/ 2. 593 ; 3. 
20; 7. 486?i.; 12. 315; 13. 456; 19. 
118. His * History of Hanover/ 3. 20. 

Barry, Mrs. Louisa (Young), 13. 136. 
Barry, Marie Jeanne Vaubernier, Com- 

tesse du, see Du Barry. 
Barry, William^t/ier of Rev. John Barry, 

13. 136. 

Barry, Mrs. William, letter from, pre- 
senting a gift to the Library, read by 
the President, 17. 165. 

Barry, Rev. William, A.M., 4. 235. 
Nominated a Resident Member, 2. 445. 
Elected, 2. 447. Accepts membership, 
2. 451. Donations from, 2. 446, 482, 
526 ; 4. 133. Present at meetings of the 
Society, 2 455, 457, 458, 460, 462, 477, 
478, 483, 493, 498, 499, 503, 507, 513, 
583. Introduces the subject of the con- 
dition of the municipal records of the 
New England towns, 2. 461. Of com- 
mittee to consider the preservation of 
ancient town records, 2. 461, 462. Re- 
port of the committee, 2. 462, 463, 
463?i.-466n. Of Scrutinizing Com- 
mittee, 2. 482. Of committee to con- 
sider the letter of Prof. C. C. Rafn, 
2. 500. Report concerning the com- 
munication of Prof. O. C. Rafn, 2. 504, 
504 n.-506 n. Removes from the State, 
2. 609 n. Notice of, 2. 609 n. Elected 
a Corresponding Member, 2. 609 n. ; 12. 
186. Accepts membership, 12. 330. 
Letter from, asking assistance in found- 
ing the Chicago Historical Society, 3. 
89. Letter from, acknowledging aid 
received by the Chicago Historical So- 
ciety, 3. 96. Letter from, to Mr. R. C. 
Winthrop, 5. 230-234. Letter from, to 
Mr. Charles Deane, 12. 169. His ' His- 



tory of Framingham ' cited, 6. 177 ; 17. 
385. 

Barsham, John, 8. 12, 21, 26 ; 16. 262. 

Barstow, Lieut. Joshua, 15. 75. 

Barstow, S. F., donations from, 4. 1, 14, 
15. 

Bartey, William, 14. 255. 

Barthelemy, Edouard Marie de, his * La 
Noblesse en France ' cited, 7. 151. 

Bartholdi, M., 20. 262. 

Bartholomew, Benjamin, 15. 157. 

Bartholomew, Henry, 12. 108. 

Bartlet, Col, 19. 385 n. 

Bartlet, Mr., 7. 234. 

Bartlet, Lieut. H., donation from, 7. 24. 

Bartlet, IJeut. Samuel, 15. 83. 

Bartlet, Rev. William S., to receive a 
copy of Vol. I. of the fourth series of 
Collections, 2. 491. Donations from, 2. 
553; 4. 197, 226; 5. 104, 159, 203, 219; 6. 
1,20, 82; 7. 1, 100, 115, 143, 168, 298, 373, 
474; 8. 1, 88, 280, 442 ; 9 1, 227; 10. 86, 
320 ; 11. 501. Elected a Resident Mem- 
ber, 4. 20. Of Publishing Committee, 
7. 300. Resolution offered by, in com- 
memoration of Bishop Burgess, 9. 242. 
Death of, 20. xx ; announced, 20. 395. 
Resolution of the Society, 20 395. His 
1 Memoir of Rev. Jacob Bailey/ 20. 
395. 

Bartlett, , New York, agent of Prof. 

Rafn, 2. 107 n., 108 n. 

Bartlett, Mr., 11. 295. 

Bartlett, Miss Ann D., donation from, 5. 
57. 

Bartlett, Charles W., donation from, 3. 37. 

Bartlett, Mrs. Elizabeth (Call), 1. 324. 

Bartlett, George, 1. 323. 

Bartlett, Capt. Israel, donation from, 1. 
103. 

Bartlett, John, 8. 61, 61 n. ; g. 66. Dona- 
tions from, 3. 36, 37 ; 5. 57. 

Bartlett, John, 12. 375. 

Bartlett, Rev. John, Marblehead, letter 
from, 1. 257. 

Bartlett, Rev. John, Roxbury, his sermon 
before the Charitable Society, 1. 111. 

Bartlett, Hon. John t R., Secretary of 
State of Rhode Island, 6.200; 10. 450n. ; 
11. 129 ; 19. 76 n., 326, 327, 337. A del- 
egate from the New York Historical 
Society, at the Discourse of Mr. J. Q. 
Adams, 2. 256 n. Elected a Correspond- 
ing Member, 3. 88. Accepts member- 

n ship, 3. 111. Donations from, 3. 114, 
214 ; 7. 1 ; 10. 469. Letter, donating a 
copy of the Colonial Records of Rhode 
Island, 3. 115. Footnote communicated 
by, 19- 376 n. His ' Records of the 
Colony of Rhode Island' cited, 3. 115 ; 
6. 200 ; 12. 354 n. 

Bartlett, Joseph, 6. 277 n. ; 19. 162, 162 n. y 
172. 

Bartlett, Rev. Joseph, letter from, to Se- 
bastian Ralle, 2. 68. 



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Bartlett, Josiah, father of Hon. Josiah 
Bartlett, M.D., i. 323. 

Bartlett, Hon. Josiah, M.D., d. 1820, 
i. 126, 133, 139, 150, 169, 172, 188, 207, 
215, 216, 220, 222, 228, 233, 235, 240, 
243, 244, 249, 253, 259, 263, 274, 279, 
284; 13. 420 n.; 14-57; 20. 148. His 
death, 1. xlii, 289. Nominated a Resi- 
dent Member, 1. 110. Elected* 1. 117. 
Donation from, 1. 219. Memoir of, by 
Mr. R. Frotbingham, 1. 323-330. List 
of his publications, 1. 330. His 'Histor- 
ical Sketch of Charlestown/ 1. 327; 
cited, 20. 147, 147 n. 

Bartlett, Josiah, Jr., M.D., Concord, 
Mass., 1. 330. Nominated a Resident 
Member, 2. 49. Elected, 2. 51. Present 
at meetings of the Society, 2. 56, 79, 83, 
84, 86, 88, 94, 104, 109," 112, 117, 119, 
123, 125, 131, 132, 135, 136, 139, 143, 
144, 146, 147, 149, 171, 176, 177, 181, 
182, 185, 188, 192, 212, 216, 219, 222, 
227, 234, 238, 241, 245, 261, 264, 303, 
319, 411, 432, 445. Of Scrutinizing 
Committee, 2. 87, 135, 192, 219, 221. 
Requested to prepare a memoir of Rev. 
Samuel Ripley, 2. 378. Chosen as del- 
egate to attend a celebration at Lan- 
caster, 2. 534. Resigns membership, 3. 
150. 

Bartlett, Josiah, M.D., d. 1795, signs the 
Declaration of Independence, 15. 393. 

Bartlett, Mrs. Katherine (Whittemore), 
1. 323. 

Bartlett, Lawrence, 15. 157. 

Bartlett, Mrs. Mary ( Warren), ig. 382. 

Bartlett, Robert, ig. 381. 

Bartlett, Samuel, 13. 372. 

Bartlett, Samuel, 15. 119. 

Bartlett, Lieut. Samuel, 15. 83. 

Bartlett, Sidney, LL.D., 2. 161 ; 10. 61 ; 
13.422; ig 357. 

Bartlett, Thomas, donation from, 1. 137. 
Contributes to purchase the Society's 
building, 1. 465 n. 

Bartlett, Rev. William, n. 201. 

Bartlett, William H., his 'Pilgrim Fa- 
thers ' cited, 11. 404 ; ig. 117 n. 

Bartlett & Halliday, donation from, 8. 431. 

Bartley, Alderman, 6. 64. 

Bartol, Rev. Cyrus A., D.D., donations 
from, 3. 88; 5. 159; 6. 417. Requests 
permission to copy extracts from the 
correspondence of Rev. W : Hooper, 3. 
51. Date of settlement, 5. 431. Col- 
league of Dr. Lovell, 5. 438. His ser- 
mon on the death of Joseph Willard, 
cited, g. 297. 

Bartol, Mrs. Elizabeth (Howard), letter 
from, in relation to Dr. John Clarke, 2. 
287 n. 

Barton, Benjamin Smith, M.D., 17. 
398, 399, 408, 410, 413. Donations 
from, 1. 66, 98, 112, 123, 146, 153. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 



x. 94. Elected, 1. 94. Vote to give the 
Collections to, 1. 94. 

Barton, Edmund M., donation from, 11. 
499. 

Barton, Judge Ira M., 10. 310, 461. Do- 
nation from, 7. 347. 

Barton, J. Rhea, M.D., g. 351. 

Barton, W., letter relating to the origin 
of the seal of the United States, g. 351, 
352. 

Barton, William, A.M., nominated a 
Corresponding Member, 1. 149. Elect- 
ed, 1. 150. Donation from, 1. 167. 

Barton, Lt.-Col. William, 18. 339. Cap- 
ture of Maj.-Gen. Prescott, 6. 195, 196. 
To receive from Congress a reward, 6. 
195, 196. 

Barton, William S., donation from, 2. 418. 

Barton's Point, 2. 197. 

Bartram, John, 17. 399, 410. 

Bartram, William, Li/nn, 17. 140 n. 

Bartram, William, Penn., 17. 410. His 
' Travels in Carolina and Georgia/ 1. 
41, 48. 

Bartrow, , 17. 140, 140 n. 

Bascom, Mrs. Ruth, 15. 74. 

Bashabe, Indian, 18. 107, 110, 112. 

Basil, Valentine, 16. 214. 

Basinghall St., 3. 91. 

Baskenhegen River, Me., 17. 216. 

Baskerville, John, 3. 103. 

Bass, Mr., 7. 240. 

Bass, Bishop Edward, 18. 150. 

Bass, Eliz. (Mrs. Henshaw), 15. 65, 74. 

Bass, Henry, 11. 140; 20. 11. 

Bass, Messrs. Henry, & Co., donation 
from, 1. 155. 

Bass, Gov. Jeremiah, 12. 422. 

Bass, Joseph, 15. 65. 

Bass, Moses Belcher, 11. 140. 

Bass, Philip, sentenced by a court-mar- 
tial, 16. 351. 

Bass, Dr. Seth, donation from, 2. 184. 

Bassett, Col., ig. 70, 71. 

Bassett, Benjamin, donation from, 1. 27. 

Bassett, Burrell, 15. 304. 

Bassett, Mrs. Burrell, 15. 304. 

Bassett, Francis, ig. 243. 

Bassett, John, 15. 113. 

Bassett, Rev. John, nominated a Cor- 
responding Member, 1. 206. Elected, 
1. 213. 

Bassett, Wilkins S., 14. 74 n. 

Bastwick, John, M.D., 11. 447 n. 

Batchelder, Samuel, offers a donation of 
a Catalogue of Manuscripts in the 
British Museum, 2. 355. Donations 
from, 2. 360 ; 7. 298. His residence, 4. 
63. 

Batchelder, Samuel, Jr., donation from, 
4. 122. 

Batchelor, Lieut. Archibald, 15. 78. 

Batchelor, Capt. David, 15. 77. 

Batchelor, John, 15. 117. 

Batchelor, John, 20. 23. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Batchelor, Capt. John, 15. 81. 
Batchelour, Nathaniel, 16. 265. 
Bateman, James B., Esq., donation from, 

9. 347. 
Bates, Miss Abigail, service performed 

by, in the war of 1812, 17. 170-172. 
Bates, Mrs. Abigail (Barnes), 19. 381. 
Bates, Caleb, the elder, 19. 382. 
Bates, Caleb, the younger, 19. 382. 
Bates, Edward, Attorney- General, 10. 464. 
Bates, Fleming, one of the subscribers to 

the relief of the distressed inhabitants 

of Boston in 1774, 3. 260. 
Bates, Hon. Isaac C, 19. 13, 37, 42. 
Bates, Rev. James, 2. 276. 
Bates, Jesse, 19. 381, 382. 
Bates, Joshua, 6. 30 ; 10. 317 ; 15. 4 ; 20. 

389. 
Bates, Pres. Joshua, D.D., 10. 52. His 

' Reminiscences of Dr. Codman/ 5. 413. 
Bates, Lydia, 19. 381, 382. 
Bates, Miss Rebecca W., service per- 
formed by, in the war of 1812, 17. 170- 

172. 
Bates, Reuben, 17. 171. 
Bates, Mrs. Sarah (Sprague), 19. 382. 
Bates, Simeon, 17. 171. 
Bates, Rev. William, D.D., his book on 

the Divine Existence, 18. 428. His 

4 Harmony of Divine Attributes/ 18. 

428. 
Bath, John Granville, 1st Earl of, 13. 

106. 
Bath (Eng.) Literary and Scientific Insti- 
tution, 17. 301, 306. 
Bath, Me., 10. 107; 17. 85, 86, 88; 18. 

283. 
Bathyllus, 1. 483 n ; 18. 402. 
Batte, Christopher, 12. 396. 
Battelle, Col. Ebenezer, 17. 177, 177 n., 

184, 193, 195. 
Batten, Rev. Richard, 17. 255, 256 n. 
Battle, Nathaniel, 19. 152. 
Battles, names of, given to streets, 6. 29. 
Baucel, M., 7. 328. 
Baucel, Madame, 7. 327. 
Baudouin, see Bowdoin. 
Baum, Col. Frederick, 15. 228; 17. 90, 

91. His ' Orderly Book,' 1. 111. 
Bauman, Major Sebastian, 6. 371 n. ; 19. 

386 n. 
Baury, M., 1. 356. 
Baury, Rev. Alfred L., donations from, 

2. 383 ; 6. 471 ; 7. 24. Letter from, 6. 

471. Vote of thanks to, 6. 471. 
Baury, Miss Mary B., 12. 322. 
Bawtry, Eng., 20. 96. 
Baxter, Clarissa (Mrs. Shattuck), 18. 

155. 
Baxter, Hon. Daniel, 18. 155. 
Baxter, Mrs. Emeline C, 13. 423. 
Baxter, George, 6. 67 n., 69 n., 72 n. 
Baxter, George S., 13. 423. 
Baxter, Rev. Joseph, 8. 29. His wife, 8. 

220. 



Baxter, Rev. Richard, 18. 321, 388, 393; 
19. 6, 195. Gift of books to Harvard 
College, 6. 339. His ' Paraphrase of 
the New Testament,' 18. 426. His ' Gil- 
das Salvianus/ 18. 4o0. 

Bay, Judge Elihu Hall, 3. 226. 

Bay of Fundy, 17. 207. 

Bay Line, boundary of the land given to 
Peregrine White, 3. 217. 

'Bay Psalm Book/ 10. 460; 20. 152. 
Copy of, sold at auction, 15. 11. 

Bayard, Hon. Samuel, nominated a Cor- 
responding Member, 1. 263. Elected, 

1. 264. 

Bayard, Hon. Thomas F., 20. 351. 
Bayeux, engravings of the tapestry of, 

2. 286. 

Bayle, Peter, 3. 385 ; 16. 145. His * Re- 
flections occasioned by the Comet/ 1. 
55. His ' Dictionary ' cited, 11. 422 n., 
433 n. ; 12. 392. 

Bayler, George, 15. 143. 

Bayley, Lieut., 5. 7. 

Bayley, Rev. James, 8. 14, 22, 27. 

Bayley, Sir John, 14. 392. 

Baylie, Rev. Robert, 11. 457, 460, 462. 

Baylies, Francis, 1. 379 n. 

Baylies, Hon. Francis, 8. 219. Nom- 
inated a Resident Member, 2. 91. Elect- 
ed, 2. 94. Accepts membership, 2. 106. 
Subject of lecture, 2. 226 n. His an- 
nual assessments, 2. 369. A member to 
be nominated in his place for his non- 
payment of assessments, 2. 384. Re- 
signs membership, 2. 609 n. His death, 
2. 609 n. Notice of, 2 609 n. His * His- 
tory, of Plymouth Colony/ 2. 609 n. 
His ' Historical Memoir of the Colony 
of New Plymouth ' cited, 9. 19, 26, 27 ; 
19. 114. 

Baylies, Hon. William, 1860, donation 
from, 5. 48. 

Baylies, Hon. William, Brown Univ., 1 795, 
13.54. 

Baylies, Hon. William, M.D., H. C. 
1760, d. 1826, 1. 1 n., 6 n., 14, 17 n., 30, 
62, 160 n. t 500 n. ; 2. 609 n. ; 4. 110 ; 7. 
215, 222, 223 ; 10. 58 ; 12. 434 ; 13. 229 ; 
19. 390. One of the founders of the 
Society, 1. x, x n., xiv, xvi, xvi n., 
xxiiin., xxxiii, xxxiv; 3. 166 ; 19. 390. 
Resigns membership, 1. 246. Letter 
from, to the Treasurer, 1. 246 n. 

Baylis, Miss Susanna, 13. 280. 

Baylor, Mr., 4. 82. 

Baylor, Col. George, 6. 223 ; 16. 109. 

Bayly, Rev. John, 13. 415 n. 

Bayly (Bayley), Joseph, 12. 375-377. 

Bayly, Rev. Thomas, 13. 415 n. 

Baynes (Baines), Rev. Paul, 11. 201. 

Bazin, Abraham, Boston, naturalized, 4. 
361. 

Beach, Henry H. A., M.D., 17. 461. 

Beackum, Mr., 16. 279. 

Beacon Hill, 6. 31, 484 ; 7. 188, 221, 240 ; 



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18. 

30. 



Original state and size of, 6. 



Beacon-Hill Monument, 12. 60 ; 13. 183. 

Inscription on the pedestal of, 8. 275. 
Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., 3. 89 ; 7. 
307. Sale of house on, with price in 
1819,6. 437 n. 
Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli, Lord, 16. 

412. 
Beadle, Mrs. Lydia, 11. 163. 
Beadle, William, 11. 14, 163. 
Beadon, Rev. Frederick, 16. 11, 12. 
Beal, Lieut. Benjamin, 15. 84. 
Beal, James II., 19. 357. 
Beal, Leazer, 17. 158. 
Beale, G., ill; 7. 282. 

Beale, Dr. John, letter from John Collins 
to, 6. 427. Interested in New Fmgland 
and its products, 6. 427 ; 16. 239. 
Beales, Benjamin, 19. 16G. 
Beals, William, 19. 226, 227. 
Beamish, North Ludlow, 8. 188; 18. 81. 
Beamslleay, William, 3. 338. 
Bea-n, interpreter, 3. 305. 
Beans used in balloting, 1. 249 ; 3. 240. 
Bear Island, 17. 208. 

Bearcroft, Mr. , 19. 219. 

Bearcroft, Rev. Philip, D.D., his Propaga- 
tion Society sermon, 1. 18. 
Beard, Easter {Mrs. Hall), 14. 152. 
Beard, Mrs. Elizabeth ( Waldron;, 14. 151. 
Beard, Hester (Mrs. Nock), 14. 152. 
Beard, Joseph, 16. 265, 274. 
Beard, Mary (Mrs. Hudson), 14. 150. 
Beardsley, Rev. E. Edwards, D.D., 15. 
229. Donation from, 13. 236. Thanks 
voted to, 13. 236. Elected a Corre- 
sponding Member, 16. 12. Accepts 
membership, 16. 36. His ' Life of 
William Samuel Johnson' cited, 1. 
85 n. 
Bearfoot, Rev. Isaac, 19. 242. 
Beath, Mary, a refugee from Boston in 

1776, 18. 266. 
Beatty, Rev. Charles, his ' Tour among 

the Indians on the Ohio,' 1. 31. 
Beatty-Pownall, Rev. Charles C, see Pow- 

nall. 
Beauchamp Family, Pengreep, 7. 116. 
Beauchampe, John, patent to, from the 
Council in Plymouth, 2. 542-545, 
543 n. 
Beaufort, Henry Somerset, 1st Duke, 13. 

106. 
Beauharnois, Charles, Marquis de, 14. 

138 n. 
Beaumarchais, Pierre- Augustin Caron de, 

15. 38. 
Beaumont, Gustave de, 12. 266. 
Beaumont, W T illiam, 19. 380. 
Beaurain, Jean, Chevalier de, French map 
of Boston published by, 6. 40 ; 7. 477 ; 
10 369. 
' Beauties of Taste/ 1. 91. 
Beauviiliers, Paul, Due de, 15. 51 n. 



Beawes,Wyndham, his ' Lex Mercatoria/ 

1. 475. 

Becanus, Goropius, 1. 186 n. 

Beccaria, Cesare Bonesana, Marchese di, 
15. 29. His Essay on Crimes and Pun- 
ishments, 20. 155. 

Beck, Prof. Charles, 10. 356. 

Beck, Henry, 16. 264. 

Beck, Theodoric Romeyne, M.D., 
nominated a Corresponding Member, 

2. 472. Elected, 2. 473. A requested 
exchange granted to, 2. 494. 

Becket, St. Thomas a, 11. 418. 

Becket, Mass., 12. 405, 408, 417. 

Beckford, William, 15. 231 n., 236 n. Let- 
ter from, to Dr. Henly, 15. 240 n. 

Beckford, Mrs. William, 15. 237 n. 

Becks, Alexander, 3. 338. 

Beddingfield, Anne, 20. 156. 

Bedell, Mr. , 19. 214, 223. 

Bedell, John, London, 5. 496. 

Bedell, Mrs. Sarah (Rogers), 5. 496. 

Bedford, Francis, Earl of, 2. 321. 

Bedford, Rev. John, 17. 256, 257. 

Bedford, Wriothesley Russell, 3d Duke 
of, 12. 412. 

Bedford, Mass., 7. 215, 478 ; 12. 403, 404, 
412 ; 17. 321 ; 18. 158 ; 19. 325 n. 

Bedford, N. IL, 18. 169. 

'Bee,' 1. 173 n., 177, 179 n., 180. 

Beebe, E. Pierson, ig. 357. 

Beecher, Howard, 20. 23. 

Beecher, Mrs. William, donation from, 

8. 1. Extract from letter to Mr. Hale, 
7. 267 n.-269 n. 

Beecher, Sir William, 20. 341. 
Beecher, Mrs. William H., 15. 386 n. 
Beecher, Rev. William H, donation from, 

15. 386. Letter from, 15. 386. Vote of 

thanks to, 15. 386. 
Beedham, B. H, 20. 42. 
Beekman, James W , 8. 2. 
Beekman, Hon. Thomas, donation from, 

1. 486 ; 9. 218. Yeas and Nays on 

Gen. Conway's motion, presented by, 

9. 218. 

Beel, Leazer, 17. 158. 

Beeman, Capt., 4. 85. 

Beer-drinking, antiquity of, 13. 363. 

Beers, , postmaster, 11. 16. 

Beers, Anthony, 17. 142. 

Beers, Isaac, 1. 103. Offer from, to ex- 
change books, declined, 1. 101. 

Beers, William Pitt, his oration on Wash- 
ington, 1. 138. 

Beeston, Father , 17. 205. 

Begworth, Benjamin, drowned, 14. 133. 

Beighton, Henry, editor of the 'Ladies' 
Diary/ 7. 126. 

Beke, Charles T.,Ph.D., F.S.A., dona- 
tion from, 3. 264. 

Belchard, Jeremiah, 12. 107. 

Belcher, , 12. 363. 

Belcher, Madam, her death, 5. 1. Her 
house burned, 7. 232. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Belcher, Andrew, 4. 256, 257; 12. 254, 
255 ; 13. 416 n. ; 18. 16. 

Belcher, Andrew, Jr., accounts with 
Harvard College, 6. 339, 340. 

Belcher, Mr. Edward, 3. 338. 

Belcher, Gov. Jonathan, 1. 101, 217, 257 n. ; 
4. 52, 349, 351, 352; 5. 80, 166, 167 ; 8. 
30 ; 10. 159, 162, 324 ; 12. 271, 323, 380, 
402 n., 404, 416 ; 13. 417 ; 14. 1 ; 16. 
397, 398 ; 18. 368-370 ; 19. 96. Man- 
uscript letters of, 1. 21; 2. 99, 101, 
101 n., 229 n., 582. Portrait of, to be 
repaired, 2. 289 n. Papers of, 2. 487. 
Letter from, to the Rev. Dr. Colman, 
3. 41. Papers relating to the plot to 
remove from office, 3. 216. Distrusted, 

5- US- 

Belcher, Rev. Joseph, 8. 28. Letter found 
in his study, 1. 217. His election ser- 
mon, 1. 219. 

Belcher, Nathaniel, 14. 110. 

Belcher, Rev. Samuel, 8. 13, 21, 26. 

Belcher, Sarson, n. 140. 

Belcher Lane, Boston, 6. 30. 

Belchertown, Mass., 12. 405, 407 ; 19. 396, 
421. Named for Gov. Belcher, 12. 416. 

Belden, Messrs. Ebenezer, & Co., dona- 
tions from, 1. 130, 138, 147, 154, 168, 
202, 219. 

Belden, Thomas, 2. 344 n. 

Belding, William, 11. 316. 

Belding, Keith, & Co., donation from, 
io.2. 

Belfast, Me., 12. 408. Origin of the name 
of, 12. 419. 

Belknap, Andrew E., donation from, 1. 
494. 

Belknap, Edward, donations given to the 
Society, 3. iv; 4. 244. His liberality 
with regard to the portraits of Wash- 
ington and Dr. Belknap, 3. 309, 310 n. 
Vote of thanks to, 4. 273. 

Belknap, Miss Elizabeth, 3. 285 ; 8 483 ; 

9. 2 ; 10. 160 ; 11. 466 n. ; 19. 393. Do- 
nations from, 2. 101, 425 n. ; 5. 107 ; 8. 
431, 432. Letter from, in regard to 
the Belknap donation, 3. 285, 286. To 
receive the thanks of the Society, 3. 
328, 329. 

Belknap, J., 20. 12, 13. 

Belknap, Miss Jane, see Marion, Mrs. 
Jane. 

Belknap, Jeremiah, 11. 240, 241 n. 

Belknap, Jeremy, donation from, 1. 50. 

Belknap, Mrs. Jeremy, the Collections to 
be given to, 1. 120; 2. 68 n. 

Bei.knap. Rev. Jeremy, D.D., 1. 1, 4, 6 n., 
13-15, 17 n., 18, 22-24, 27, 29, 30, 32-36, 
38-41, 44, 48, 51, 52 n., 59, 62, 69, 85, 
87, 91, 102, 105-110, 116, 160 n., 212 n., 
230 n., 240 n., 246 n., 266 n., 339 n., 346 n., 
447 n, 459 n., 483 n., 500 n. ; 4. 79 n., 
112, 297 ; 8. 3, 186, 224, 431, 432, 483; 

10. 126 n., 164, 317, 343, 347; 11. 240, 
356, 465 n., 466 n., 468 n.; 12. 5, 6, 66, 



233-236, 434 ; 13. 229, 230, 298, 299, 
303, 304 n.; 14. 117, 119, 142n., 148 n, 
363, 369- 15. 171, 172, 174; 16. 144, 
154, 257, 266, 283-286, 293-295, 297, 
299, 303, 376 n.; 17. 81, 107 n., 109, 
132, 155, 156, 193 n., 218, 225, 363, 364 ; 
18. 134, 134 n., 440; 19. 390; 20. 12, 13, 
211. A founder of the Society, 1. vii- 
xvi, xxiiin. ; 2. viii, ix, 193; 3. 165, 
166, 266, 346, 351 ; 7. 377. Notice of, by 
Dr. Eliot, 1. viii,ix, 117 n. Steps taken 
to form a Historical Society, 1. viii- 
xvi, xvi »?., xxiii n. His research in 
writing the ' History of New Hamp- 
shire/ 1. ix. First meeting of the So- 
ciety, 1. x. Correspondence with E. 
Hazard, 1. x, xi, xv. Date of his death, 
1. xli, 117 w. ; 3. 328. Plan of an Anti- 
quarian Society drawn by, 1. xii ; 2. 
308, 309; 4. 110-112. Catalogue of 
early members of the Society, 1. xiv, 
xv. To draw up rules for the Library 
and Museum of the Society, 1. xix. 
Circular letter issued in 1791, 1. xix- 
xxii. To superintend the publications 
of the Society, 1. xx, xxix. The Cir- 
cular Letter reprinted, 1. xxiv. The 
' Introductory Address from the His- 
torical Society to the Public ' issued, 
1. xxiv. His portrait mentioned, 1. 
xxxiii. Elected Corresponding Secre- 
tary, 1. 4, 34, 50, 64, 82, 97, 105, 117. 
Corresponding Secretary, 1. 4, 25, 29, 
37, 40, 61, 70, 74, 90 n., 93, 94, 113 n. 
Of committee to draught rules for the 
Library, 1. 14. Of committee to ob- 
tain pamphlets from Mr. Bowdoin, 
1. 14. To keep the key of the So- 
ciety's room, 1. 15 Communicates 
plan of the 'American Apollo/ 1. 16, 17. 
List of books furnished by, 1. 18-22. 
Report on the books offered by, 1. 23. 
Of committee to publish the Collec- 
tions, 1. 24, 57, 77. Reports a preface 
for the Collections, 1. 24. Donations 
from, 1. 26, 48, 68; 2. 101 n. Of com- 
mittee to ask for Laws, Journals, etc., 
of the several States, 1. 28. To open 
correspondence with Tammany So- 
ciety, New York, 1. 28. Proposes a 
celebration of the anniversary of the 
discovery of America, 1. 28. The pro- 
posal adopted, 1. 31. Selected to de- 
liver the discourse, 1. 31. Exchange 
of books with, 1. 36. Communicates 
Captain Powers's donation, 1. 38. Of 
committee to report a plan for publish- 
ing the Collections, 1. 42. Of com- 
mittee to arrange for the celebration 
of the discovery of America, 1. 44. 
Delivers the discourse on that occa- 
sion, 1. 45. Vote of thanks to, 1. 46. 
The discourse to be printed, 1. 46. 
Reports a memorial to Congress, 1. 61. 
Of committee on the Circular Letter, 



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I. 61. Presents the first volume of his 
' American Biography/ i. 66. To an- 
swer Mr. Trumbull's letter, i. 68. To 
select the Trumbull Papers, i. 74 n. 
Of committee to ask for Prince's Al- 
manacs, i. 77. To open correspond- 
ence with the Asiatic Society, i. 78. 
Of committee to select books to be 
sent to Sir W. Jones, i. 80. Presents 
copies of his discourse on the discovery 
of America, i. 83. Asked to go to 
Lebanon to select the Trumbull Papers, 
i. 83. Reports on his mission, i. 85. 
Extracts from his interleaved almanac 
relating to this journey, i. 85 n. Of 
committee to increase means for pub- 
lishing the Collections, i. 86. Mr. 
Shaw's letter to, about the Carver 
sword, i. 88 n. Excused from service 
on the committee to increase the means 
for publishing the Collections, i. 96. 
Of committee to consider the Resolves 
of the General Court in relation to the 
map of the State, i. 96. Of committee 
to solicit subscriptions for the Society, 
i. 102. Excused from service, I. 104. 
To procure a box for the papers of the 
Corresponding Secretary, i. 110. Let- 
ter of Ichabod Shaw to, 1. 114 n. His au- 
tograph, faces 1. 116. Portrait of, faces 
I. 116; 3. 287. Facsimile of a letter 
written by, faces 1. 117. Mrs. Mar- 
couVLifeof,'i.H7?z. ; 19. 399n. Count 
Rumford's letter to, 1. HSn. Vote to 
purchase a portrait of, 1. 120, 124. 
The Collections to be given to his 
family, 1. 120, 241, 244; 2. 68 n., 69». 
Extract from a letter of Sir John 
Wentworth to, 1. 124 n. Note of, to 
Mr. James Perkins, 1. 358. Letter 
from David Trumbull to, offering the 
Trumbull MSS. to the Society, 2 331 w., 
366, 366 n., 525. Donation from the 
family of, 2. 346. Letter from, to Mr. 
Joseph Whipple, 2. 379. A committee 
appointed to ask the heirs of, for cer- 
tain papers left by him, 2. 423, 424. 
Letter from the heirs in relation to 
certain papers, 2. 424, 425. His manu- 
scripts with several rare books and 
pamphlets presented to the Society, 
by Miss Elizabeth Belknap, 2. 425 n. ; 
3. iv, 285-328, 357-359; 4. 4, 5, 9, 11, 
12, 26, 63, 134, 135, 144 ; 5. 107. See 
Belknap Papers. Portrait of, presented 
to the Society by Mr. Edward Bel- 
knap, 3. iv, 287, 310 n. ; 4. 244, 273. His 
services to the cause of American his- 
tory, 3. 166. His letter to Judge 
Tucker on slave-holding, preserved in 
Vol. IV. of the first series of the Collec- 



tions, 3. 190; 13. 304 n. On Robert 
Calef, 3. 288. Interleaved almanacs 
belonging to, 3. 295-311 ; 8. 45. Ma- 
terial for historical and biographical 
use, collected by, 3. 295, 311, 327, 328. 
Letters of Dr. John Eliot to, 3. 295. 
Correspondence with Ebenezer Hazard, 
3. 295 ; 5. 107 ; 15. 258 ; 18. 183. Min- 
utes of the debates in the Massachu- 
setts Convention of 1788 contained in 
his donation, 3. 296-304. His selection 
of papers from Gov. Trumbull's collec- 
tions, 3. 310. The owner of a portrait 
of Washington, 3. 310 n. Of commit- 
tee to visit the Oneida and New Stock- 
bridge Indians, 3. 311 ; 19. 393-396, 
423. Copy of the Preface of Hub- 
bard's History among his papers, 3. 
320-322. Remarks on Jabez Fitch, 3. 
327. Place of burial, 3. 328. Last 
entry in his ' Meteorological Journal,' 
3. 328 n. Resolutions with regard to the 
' Papers ' donated to the Society, 3. 328, 
329. His interest and plans for the 
improvement of the Society, 3 346, 
347. His possession of Standish's 
sword, 4. 142, 143. Letter to, from 
Lord Lyttelton, 4. 135, 136. Letters to, 
from G: Washington, 4. 136-138. Let- 
ter to, from Mr. J : Davis, 4. 143. Gift 
of a portrait of, by Mrs. Jane Marcou, 
9. 2, 189. His list of the Society's 
MSS. in 1792,i IO# 321-325; 13. 229, 
230. His description of General Lee 
referred to, 12. 260 n. Remarks of Mr. 
Tuttle on a statement in his ' History 
of New Hampshire,' 13. 314. The 
knocker of his house at Dover pre- 
sented to the Cabinet, 14. 36. Descrip- 
tion of the house, 14. 37. Extracts 
from his note-books and letters, re- 
lating to Bunker Hill battle and to 
Dr. Gordon's ' History,' 14. 91-98. His 
device and motto for a seal for the 
Society, 15. 258. Paul Revere's let- 
ter to, 16. 370-376. Manuscript maps 
of, exhibited, 18. 18. Copies of let- 
ters of, to Ebenezer Hazard, given, 
18. 183. His ' History of New Hamp- 
shire,' 1. ix, 48, 83, 123, 254 n. ; 3. 166, 
327; 14. 124 n., 125 n., 126 n., 127 w., 
128n., 130w., 131 n. y 138n., 143n., 364rc., 
366n., 375rc., 376w.; 16. 276n.; i8.320n. 
His 'Discourse on the Discovery of 
America,' 1. 48, 83; 3. 355; 12. 65. 
His 'American Biography,' 1. 83, 123, 
217 n.; 2. 144 w.; 3. 166; 16. 202; 18. 
441. Account of a ' Tour to the White 
Mountains,' 3. 295. His Journal of a 
visit to the Oneida Indians, 3. 311 ; 19. 
393-423. Notice of Rev. Hugh Adams, 



1 Mr. Deane now thinks that this list is in the handwriting of Dr. John Eliot, Librarian and 
Cabinet-Keeper in 1701 and 1792, and that the heading on page 323, vol. x., should read ' Dr. Eliot's 
List of MSS. in the Cabinet of the Historical Society in 1792,' and that the reader should make this 
correction wherever reference is made to the list above. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



3. 324-326. Extracts from his Journal 
of his visit to the Camp at Cambridge 
in 1775, 4. 77-86; 15. 174. Extracts 
from ' Answers to Queries respecting 
Slavery/ 6. 107, 108. See Belknap 
Papers. 

Belknap, John, 8. 45 ; 9. 2 ; 14. 37 ; ig. 
282. Donations from, 1. 152?*. ; 2. 378. 
Letter from> in relation to the papers 
desired by the Society, 2. 424, 425. 
Donation of a bust of Tudor, with 
thanks of the Society for the same, 3. 
31. 

Belknap, Joseph, 1. 17,23, 43, 45n., 77, 
81 ; 12. 2n. Arrangements made for 
printing the publications and Collec- 
tions of the Society, 1. xx-xxvi. Pub- 
lication of the ' Apollo ' by, 1. xx-xxvii. 
The contract for printing terminated, 
1. xxvii, xxviii, 77, 78. His death, 1. 
xxix n. 

Belknap, Samuel, donation from, 1. 101. 

Belknap, Hon. William W., letter and 
donation from, 13. 378. Leave granted 
him to copy Dr. Belknap's portrait, 13. 
378. 

Belknap & Hall, Messrs., 1. 43, 45 n. 
Agreement with, 1. 48, 49. 

Belknap & Young, Messrs., their propo- 
sal of the 'Apollo* communicated, 1. 
17. Report of the committee to con- 
sider it, 1. 23. 

'Belknap Papers/ 1. 117 n., 2G6 n. ; 2. 
245 n.; 3. iv, 285-328, 357-359; 4. 4, 5, 
9, 11, 12, 26, 63, 134, 135, 144; 5. 107 ; 
9. 198 w.; 10. 160, 164; 14. 119 n., 326; 
15. 266, 270, 274 ; 16. 40 ; 17. 99 ; 19. 244, 
286, 293, 393, 395, 396. Letter from 
Miss Elizabeth Belknap accompanying 
the donation of the ' Papers/ 2. 245 n. ; 
3. 285, 286. Report on the contents of 
the Belknap donation, by Mr. Charles 
Deane, 3. 286-328. Valuable books 
and rare manuscripts in, 3. 287-296, 
311-316, 327, 327 n. The interleaved 
almanacs, 3. 295, 296, 304-311. A 
committee appointed to take charge 
of, 3. 328. The committee to report in 
writing, 3. 329. The committee to 
arrange and bind the books and papers, 
3. 328; 4. 12, 134, 251. Catalogued, 10. 
157. Committee of publication of, ap- 
pointed, 13. 232. Serial of, announced, 
14. 338; 15. 2, 7. Two volumes of, 
announced, 15. 228. New edition of, 
19. 251. Cited, 19. 377 n. 

Bell, , 17. 249. 

Bell, Archibald, bookseller, 7. 246 n. 

Bell, Hon. Charles H, elected a Cor- 
responding Member, 12. 140. Accepts 
membership, 12. 169. Present at a 
meeting of the Society, 18. 402. His 
1 Exeter in 1776/ 19. 259. 

Bell, Charles John, 7. 67. 

Bell, Clara, 7. 67, 70. 



Bell, Daniel, 13. 424. 

Bell, Mrs. Elizabeth (Todd), 7. 28. 

Bell, Mrs. Frances Clark (Pinkerton), 
wife of Dr. Luther V Bell, 7. 34. Her 
death, 1855, 7. 61. 

Bell, Frances Pinkerton, daughter of Dr. 
Luther V Bell, 7. 67, 70. 

Bell, Henry James, d. 1847, 7. 61. 

Bell, James, d. 1857, 7. 31, 32, 83. 

Bell, John, d. 1743, 7. 27-29. 

Bell, John, d. 1825, sketch of, 7. 29, 30. 

Bell, John, d. 1836, sketch of, 7. 29, 30. 

Bell, John. M.D., d. 1830, brother of Dr. 
Luther V Bell, sketch of, 7. 31, 34. 

Bell, John, politician, 6. 308 n. 

Bell, Gen. Louis, 8. 483. 

Bell, Mrs. Lucy (Smith), 7 30. 

Bell, Hon. Luther V, M.D., 2. 444; 6. 
451 ; 8. 261 ; 12. 6. Donations from, 2. 
444 ; 4. 226 ; 5. 145. Elected a Resident 
Member of the Society, 4. 20. His 
death, 5. ix ; 6. 6 ; 7. 305. Remarks on, 
5. 408-411, 441, 442. Portrait of, 7. v, 
27. 'Memoir of/ 7. 26-99. His auto- 
graph, faces 7. 27. His name, 7. 31 n.- 
32 n. Letter from, to Adj.-Gen. Schou- 
ler, 7. 79, 80. Letter from, to Dr. W : 
J. Dale, 7. 81-85. 

Bell, Mary, daughter of Dr. L. V Bell, 
death of, 1847, 7. 61. 

Bell, Mary Ann, sister of Dr. Luther V Bell 
(Mrs. Nesmith), 7.3L Her death, 7. 34. 

Bell, Mrs. Mary Ann (Gilmore), 7. 29. 

Bell, Mrs. Mehitable Bowen (Dana), 7. 30. 

Bell, Mrs. Miriam (Gore), 13. 424. 

Bell, Richard, Mayor of Boston, Eng., 19. 
239 266. 

Bell, Gov. Samuel, d. 1850, 7. 30, 31 ; 19. 
52, 52 n. Sketch of, 7. 30,31. 

Bell, Hon. Samuel Dana, C J def Justice, 7. 
31, 31 n.; 17. 226 n. Donation from, 4. 
133. Quoted, 7. 48. 

Bell, Samuel John, son of Dr. Luther V 
Bell, d. 1853, 7. 61, 83. 

Bell, Shubael, donations from, 1. 86, 131. 

Bell, Theodore S., donation from, 2. 176. 

Bell, William, 11. 140. 

Bell, William Appleton, son of Luther V 
Bell, 7. 39, 67. 

'Bell of St. Regis/ legend of, 11. 311, 
312 

Bellamy, Joseph, D.D., 1. 12 ; 3. 302 ; 20. 
207. His * True Religion Delineated/ 
1. 137. 

Bellarmino, Card. Roberto, 13. 304; 18. 
143 n. Date of his birth, 13. 304. Sen- 
timents of, on the equality of man, 13. 
304. 

Bellasis, Henry, see Fauconberg, Earl of. 

Bellayse, Thomas, see Fauconberg, Vis- 
count of 

Belleau, the country residence of Sir H : 
Vane, 6. 47. 

Bellenham, Mr., 5. 140. See Bellingham, 
Gov. Richard. 



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Bellerive, Henri de, i. 355. 

Belleval, Count, 13. 380. 

Belleville, W. Va., 17. 186 n. 

Bellevue Hospital, N. Y., 17. 425. 

Bellin, Jacq. Nic, publisher, 6. 37 ; 7. 476. 
Publishes the German map of Boston, 
6.37. 

Bellingham, , 10. 382. 

Bellingham, John, 8. 13, 21, 26. 

Bellingham, Richard, Gov. of Mass., 3. 
218; 4. 441; 5. 137, 140; 12.387, 411; 
13. 133 ; 16. 146 ; 17. 129, 132; 18. 166, 
390; 19. 142; 20. 211. 

Bellingham, Samuel, M.D., 4. 441 ; 8. 11, 
20, 25. 

Bellingham, Mass., 12. 274, 402, 404. 
Named for Gov. Bellingham, 12. 411. 

Bellingham Avenue, 6. 5. 

Bellingum, Mr., 5. 137. See Bellingham, 
Gov. Richard. 

Bellomont, Richard Coote, Earl of, Gov. 
of Mass., 12. 402; 13. 409, 414; 16. 103; 
18. 426; 20. 158. Matters pertaining to 
the validity of the charter of Harvard 
College, 6. 347. 

Bellows, Col., 6. 357. 

Bellows, Henry W., D.D., death of, 19. 
230. 

Bellows, John ( Bellows, Cordis, Sr Jones), 
u. 308. 

Bellows, John, his 'Miniature French 
Dictionary/ 19. 310. 

Belmont, Mass., 19. 318. 

Belpre, Ohio, 10. 452; 17. 177, 177 n., 178n., 
179, 184, 184 n., 185, 189 n., 194. 

Belsham, William, his ' History of the 
House of Brunswick/ 1. 112. 

Belshazzar's Feast, painting of, 2. 289 n. 

Beltremieux, Paul, Newburyport, natural- 
ized, 4. 360. 

Beman, Lieut. Ezra, 15. 75. 

Bembo, Cardinal Peter, Secretary of Leo 
X., 6. 305. 

Bemis, , 5. 255. 

Bemis, Capt. Edmund, 15. 76. 

Bemis, George, 15. 370 ; 16. 163, 164 : 
17. 69, 71, 75; 18 31, 411 ; ig. 292; 20. 
194. Elected a Resident Member, 8. 
314. Donation from, 9. 436. Death of , 
announced, 15. xvi; 16. 1. Resolution of 
the Society on the death of, 16. 2. Judge 
Hoar appointed to write a Memoir of, 
16. 2. ' Memoir of/ by E. R. Hoar, 16. 
112-116. His birth, 16.112. Education, 
16. 112. Efforts in behalf of State-prison 
convicts, 16. 113. Connection with the 
trials of Abner Rogers and Prof. Web- 
ster, 16. 113. Residence in Europe, 16. 
114. His publications, 16. 114. Be- 
quests, 16. 115; 20. 194. Extract from 
his will, 16. 116. 

Bemis, Jonathan W., M.D., letter of L. 
V Bell to, 7 92. 

Bemis, Nathanael, M.D., 17. 399. 

Bemis, Sarah, 16. 116. 



Bemis, Mrs. Sarah (Wheeler), 16. 112. 

Bemis, Seth, 16. 112. 

Bemis's Heights, battle of, 3. 272, 275, 
278. 

Benbow, Admiral John, 12. 423. 

Benchley, Henry W., Lieut.- Gov. of Mass., 
3-33. 

Bend, Rev. Joseph G., 17. 205, 205 n. 

Bendal, Edward, award in the case of 
Gibbons & Bendal, 20. 1, 2. 

Bender, Jotham, 19. 172. 

Benedict IX., Pope, 11. 424. 

Benedict, Henry M., Esq., donation from, 
9. 463. 

Benevolent Fraternity of Churches, 2. 
279 ; 20. 410. 

Benham, Maj.-Gen. Henry W., U.S.A., 12. 
181. Donation of ' Confederate ' bonds 
by, 9- 7. 

Benjamin, , innkeeper, 11. 16, 31. 

Benjamin, Mary Elizabeth (Mrs. Motley), 
16. 411. 

Benjamin, Park, 16 411, 416. 

Bennet, , 13. 252. 

Bennet, ' St. Bennet's bargain/ 8. 204. 

Bennet, Ebenezer, 15. 83. 

Bennet, Sir Henry, Lord Arlington, see 
Arlington. 

Bennet, John, 12. 108. 

Bennett, Ebenezer, 13. 450. 

Bennett, Edmund H., LL.D., 19. 357. 

Bennett, Francis, sentenced by a court- 
martial, 16. 346. 

Bennett, J., maps published by, 6. 38; 14. 
328 n. 

Bennett, Capt. John, 12. 425. 

Bennett, Jos., extracts from his MS. 
History of New England, 5. 108-126, 
210. 

Bennett, Nehemiah, his * Description of 
Middleborough/ 1. 51. 

Bennett, Spencer, see Phips, Spencer. 

Bennett, T., 3. 113. 

Bennett, William, D.D., Bp. of Cloyne, 
20. 21, 22 n. Names from his copy of 
the Emmanuel Register, 20. 22, 23. 

Bennington, Vt., 17. 57,63, 90, 91. Battle 
of, 15. 255 ; 17. 90, 92. 

Bennington Monument Association, 17. 
63, 90. 

Benson, Hon. Egbert, 2. 175; 10. 163,489; 
11. 23. Donation from, 1. 253. Dis- 
cussion concerning the lost manuscript 
of, 2. 175, 180. The Benson Manu- 
script, 2. 190, 190 n., 214, 214 n. Let- 
ter to, from Mr. J : Jay, 6. 131. 

Benson, F. A., donations from, 4. 197,226. 

Benson, Capt. Joshua, 15. 77. 

Benson, Robert, Lord Binqley, see Bingley. 

Bent, , 17. 185, 187, 194, 196. 

Bent, Daniel, 10. 478. 

Bent, Rufus, 20. 13. 

Bent, Capt. William, 15. 84. 

Bentalou, Col. Paul, donation from, 2. 89. 

Bentham, Jeremy, 19. 4. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Bentivolio, Guido, Cardinal, 12. 61. Por- 
trait of, by Smibert, 16. 393. 

Bentley, Mrs. Elizabeth (Paine), 1. 320. 

Bentley, Joshua, 1. 320. 

Bentley, Richard, 13. 123 n. 

Bentley, Samuel, 13. 123 n. 

Bentley, Rev. William, D.D., 1. 110, 
117, 126, 133, 136, 158, 162, 269, 285, 289, 
394; 2.275,614; 8.117; 12.434; 15. 
197; 19. 400. His death, 1. xli, 287 n. 
Donations from, 1. 50, 112, 116, 138, 139. 
Nominated a Resident Member, 1. 94. 
Elected, 1. 96. ' Memoir of/ by C. C. 
Smith, 1. 320-323 ; 2. 509 n., 510 n. 

Benton, Nathaniel S., his ' History of 
Herkimer County ' cited, 19. 408 n. 

Benton, Thomas Hart, his mistake as to 
the authorship of the Ordinance of 
1787, 10. 476-480. Letter of, to Amos 
Kendall, 13. 306, 307. 

Berceau, ship, 20. 270. Capture of, by 
the U. S. ship 'Boston,' 20. 271. 

Berchtoldt, Count Leopold, his voyages, 
1. 113. 

Berde, Rycharde, 15. 262, 263. 

' Berean/ 1. 177. 

Berean Society, donation from, 1. 177. 

Bergen, American prizes seized by the 
Danes at, 7. 147 n. 

Berguyn, Mr., 19. 215, 216, 219-223. 

Berington, Simon, 12. 391 n. 

Berkeley, Lord George, 4. 345, 347; 6. 
72 n. ; 13. 135. 

Berkeley, George, Bishop of Cloijne, 3. 25; 
12. 319, 323, 413 ; 14. 205 ; 16. 392, 475. 
Portrait of, to be repaired, 2. 289 n. His 
chair given to the Society, 3. 24, 25. 
Drawing and description of his chair, 
3. 24, 25. His effects sold at auction, 
3. 25. Induces Smibert to emigrate to 
America, 9. 199. Account of his ' Ad- 
ventures of Signor Guadentio di Lucca/ 
by Hon. H. B. Grigsby, 12. 391, 392. 

Berkeley, George Berkeley, 1st Earl of, 
13 106. 

Berkeley, James Berkeley, Earl of, 12. 
413. 

Berkeley, Lord John, 7. 345, 346. Fac- 
simile of signature, 7. faces 346". Re- 
port by, 10. 388. 

Berkeley, William, Lord of Stratton, see 
Stratton. 

Berkeley, Sir William, 18. 294. 

Berkeley Co., Va., 4. 341 n. 

Berkeley Street, 6. 4, 5. 

Berkley, Hon. Capt. George, his 'Naval 
History of Great Britain/ 2. 133. 

Berkley, Mass., 5. 227; 6. 253; 12. 404, 
406. Origin of the name of, 12. 413. 

Berkshire Bank, 5. 284. 

Berkshire County, Eng., 3. 208. 

Berkshire Countv, Mass., 'Discipline of 
a Church in,' 1". 113 ; 3. 300. Map of a 
tract of land in, 1. 125. 

Berkshire Medical Institute, 20. 241. 



Berlin, Ger., meeting of Americans in, 

14. 205. 
Berlin, Mass., 3. 193. 
Berlin Geographical Society, see Gesell- 

schaft f iir Erdkunde, Berlin. 
Bermudas (Sommer Isles), 7. 328; 12. 460, 

463. Coin of, 11. 294. 
Bernad (Bernard), Bartholomew, contract 

given to, to erect a town house in Bos- 
ton, 3. 339-341. 
Bernaldez, Andres, his ' History of the 

Catholic Sovereigns, Ferdinand and 

Isabella/ 2. 118 n. 

Bernard, , 16. 107. 

Bernard, Saint, see Bernardus, Clarceval- 

lensis. Saint. 
Bernard, Lady Amelia (Offley), 12. 416. 
Bernard, Anne Petty, I^ady, 12. 406 n. 
Bernard, Elizabeth (Lady Charlemont), 

see Charlemont. 
Bernard, Francis (Abingdon, Eng.), 12. 

405 n. 

Bernard, Francis, son of the preceding, 12. 

406 n. 

Bernard, Francis (of Castle Bernard), 12. 
406 n., 418. 

Bernard, Francis, son of the preceding, 12. 
406 w. 

Bernard, Francis, Earl of Bandon, see 
Bandon. 

Bernard, Gov. Sir Francis, 1. 26, 75, 219, 
485ra.; 2. 95, 442, 595, 4. 29, 361/i., 386, 
387; 5. 236; 7. 294, 295 8. 77, 321, 473; 
10. 297, 372 ; 11. 139; 12. 207-210, 271, 
402, 405, 406 n., 407, 408, 416, 417 ; 13. 
200, 451 : 14. 281 ; 15. 60, 179 ; 16. 46 ; 
19. 134, 135 ; 20. 47 n., 48 n., 153. Com- 
mittee appointed on the papers of, in 

0. Rich's hands, 1. 459. Report of the 
committee, 1. 464. His letter-books, 2. 
32. The manuscript papers of, 2. 66, 
66 n., 363, 384, 384 n. The Boston 
massacre, 6. 480-483. Extracts from 
letters to, 7. 294, 295. Proclamation 
of, presented by Mr. W. G. Brooks, 9. 
68. Letter from Gov. Hutchinson to, 
13. 174. His ' Letters to the Ministry/ 

1. 10. His 'Letters to the Earl of 
Hillsborough/ 1. 18, 20, 75, 89 ; 8. 86, 
87. His ' Letters on the Trade of 
America/ 1. 20. His ' Principles of 
Law and Polity/ 1. 20. Extract from 
a message of, 13. 156. Letter of, to 
Gov. Hutchinson, 13. 164 n. Extract 
from his message to the Assembly, 20. 
154. 

Bernard, Jean, Comte de Rechberg-Roth- 

enlbwen, see Rechberg, etc. 
Bernard, Ludlow, 12. 406 n. 
Bernard, Sir Robert, Bart., 12. 406 n. 
Bernard, Sir Scroop, 17. 217. 
Bernard, Thomas, 12. 406 n. 
Bernard, Tobias, 4. 441. 
Bernard-Morland, Sir Francis, Bart., see 

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Bernardston, Mass., 12. 405, 407 ; 20. 415. 
The Society invited to attend the Cen- 
tennial celebration of, 6. 21. Account 
of the celebration of the one hundredth 
anniversary of the incorporation of, 6. 
249. Named in honor of Gov. Bernard, 
12. 416. 

Bernardus, Clarcevallensis, Saint, saying 
of, 11. 421. His ' Opera/ 18. 427. 

Bernhisel, John M., letter from, request- 
ing contributions for a library in Utah, 
2. 461. Letter concerning the Utah 
Library, 2. 467. Acknowledges the re- 
ceipt of the Collections, 2. 469. 

Berniere, Henry de, his plan of Bunker 
Hill battle, 14. 57, 59, 60. 

Bernou, Gabriel, 19. 278. 

Berquin-Duvallon, , his 'La Colonie 

Espagnole du Mississippi/ 1. 217. 

Berrien, Hon. John McPherson, LL.D., 
2.138; 3 .63; 4. 96; 19. 52, 52 n., 53 ; 
20 29. Nominated a Corresponding 
Member, 2. 138. Elected, 2. 141 ; 3. 
63. Proceedings of the Georgia His- 
torical Society on the occasion of his 
death, 3. 63. 

Berry, Deliverance (Mrs. Pommery), 14. 
151. 

Berry, Mrs. Elizabeth (Blackstone), 11. 
485. 

Berry, Mrs. Elizabeth (Philbrick), 14. 150. 

Berry, Jane (Mrs. Goss), 14. 150. 

Berry, John, 11. 393, 395. 

Berry, Michael, 15. 146. Sentenced by a 
court-martial, 16. 353. 

Berry, Nathaniel, marriage of, 14. 150. 

Berry, Mrs. Sabina (Lock), 14. 150. 

Berry, Thomas, H.C. 1685, 8. 28. 

Berry, Thomas, Councillor of Mass., 1740, 
18. 369, 370. 

Berry, William, his ' Sussex and Kent 
Genealogies/ 2. 183. 

Berry, William, marriage of, 14. 150. 

Berryer, M. de, 11. 113 n., 199. 

Bertie, Peregrine, 3d Duke ofAncaster, see 
Ancaster. 

Bertie, Peregrine, see Willoughby, Baron. 

Bertie, Willoughby, see Abington, Earl of. 

Bertodi, Francois, naturalized, 4. 362, 
362 n. 

Bertrand, Joseph, Louis F., 13. 380. 

Berwich (Berwick), Lieut Everton, 15. 
82 n., 83. 

Berwick, James Fitz-James, Duke of, 12. 
410. 

Berwick, Me., 12. 404; 17. 106, 107, 156, 
352. Origin of the name of, 12. 410. 
Indian attack on, 14. 137. 

Besom, John, 15. 157. 

Besom, Capt. Philip, narrative of, 5. 356- 
360. 

Besse, Joseph, 18. 398 n. His 'Sufferings 
of the Quakers ' cited, 18. 388 n. 

Bessius, Rev. Martin, 17. 149. 

Best, Judge, on slavery 7. 321. 



Best, Capt. Ellis, 16. 210; 18. 84, 105 w., 
107, 115. 

Bestes, Peter, 2. 570. 

Betham, Sir William, 13. 64. 

Bethel, Robert, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 266. 

Bethel, Slingsby, 4. 42. 

Bethesda, Georgia Orphan-house, 19. 181, 
181 n. 

Bethune, Capt. Benjamin, 17. 217. 

Bethune, George, 11. 392, 395. 

Bettee, Sausuman, 2. 290 n. 

Betty, Rev. Humf ry, 2. 448 n. ; 17. 255. 

' Betty vs. Horton/ case of, 13. 299. 

Beust, Friedrich Ferdinand von, 16. 438, 
449. 

Bevercotes, Samuel, of Graf s Inn, 12. 98, 
99. 

Beverley, Peter, 10. 30 n. 

Beverley, Robert, 10. 29. His ' History 
of Virginia/ 1. 38. His ' History of 
Virginia ' quoted, 10. 25, 26. 

Beverley, Eng., 12. 398. 

Beverly, Mass., 2. 6; 3. 295 ; 7. 476 ; 10. 
475 ; 12. 394, 395, 400; 16. 11 ; 17. 366, 
368 ; 18. 304. Origin of the name of, 
12. 398. 

' Beverly-Robinson ' house, 16. 366. 

Bewick Company's map, 6. 39. 

Beyton, Samuel, 12. 108. 

Beze (Lat. Beza), Theodore de, 11. 430 n.; 
15. 244; 20. 95. Cited, 11. 430, 458. 

Biard, Joseph, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Biard, Paul, 10. 91, 91 n., 92. 

Bible, 6. 264, 310. A Latin, 1. 53. New 
Testament and Psalms in shorthand, 
1.68. An ancient copy of, 1. 113. A 
French, 1. 475. Adam Winthrop's, 2. 
277 n. Quarto copy of King James's, 
2. 277 n. Some erroneous statements 
concerning the printing of, in this 
country, 2. 510, 511. Copy of one be- 
longing to Melanchthon exhibited, 3. 
152. Petitions to Congress, 1790, for 
correct editions, 5. 105-107. Transla- 
tion of, into the Indian tongue, 12. 372- 
374. Belonging to Increase Mather, 
18. 363, 364. 

Bibles and Biblical works belonging to 
G. Livermore, 10. 427-430, 454. 

' Biblia Pauperum/ 10. 455. 

' Bibliographia Americana/ prospectus 
of, 2 412, 413. 

' Bibliotheca Americana/ vote to pur- 
chase a copy of, 1. 49. 

' Bibliotheca Americana Nova/ donation 
of, 2. 339. 

' Bibliotheca Sacra/ 10. 448. 

'BibliothecaB Americana? Primordia/ 2. 
24, 26 ; 20. 274, 276, 278. 

Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, 20. 39, 40. 

' Bibliotheque Universelle/ 17. 310. 

Bickford, Mrs. Elizabeth, 14. 150. 

Bickford, John, Sen., 16. 265. 

Bickford, John, Jr., marriage of, 14. 150. 



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Bickford, Mary (Mrs. Crocket), 14 152. 

Bickmore, A. S., donation from, 10. 320. 

Biddle, , 11. 255. 

Biddle, Hon. 9 Charles, 20. 345. 

Biddle, Charles J., donation from, 8. 254. 

Biddle, Clement, his ' Philadelphia Direc- 
tory ' cited, 17. 205 n. 

Biddle, Nicholas, LL.D., 5. 279; 13. 43. 
Editor of the ' Portfolio/ 5. 204. And 
Miss Townsend, 5. 204. Distrusted by 
N. Appleton, 5. 284. And N. Appleton, 
5. 287-289. Opposed to the resump- 
tion of specie payment in 1838, 5. 289, 
290. His ' History of the Expedition 
under Lewis and Clark/ edited by Paul 
Allen, 13. 43. 

Biddle, Hon. Richard, 8. 91, 93, 96; 12. 
441. Nominated a Corresponding Mem- 
ber, 2. 40. Elected, 2. 41. Accepts 
membership, 2. 52. Owner of the por- 
trait of Sebastian Cabot, 2. 101 ; 8 91- 
96. His 'Memoir of Sebastian Cabot/ 
2. 40 ; 8. 93, 94. 

Biden, , goldsmith, 11. 292. 

Biencourt, Charles de, 18. 92. 

Big Kenawha, 3. 91. 

Bigelow, , innkeeper, 11. 25, 31. 

Bigelow, Abijah, letter from, to Dr. Har- 
ris, 2. 108 n. Parcel for, 2. 126 n. 

Bigelow, Abraham, 17. 157. 

Bigelow, Abraham O., 19. 357. 

Bigelow, Rev. Andrew, D.D., donations 
from, 2. 35; 5. 347. 

Bigelow, Daniel, 1. 443 ; 19. 396. 

Bigelow, Hon. Ekastus B., LL.D., 8 
231 ; 10 136, 485 ; 12. 250 ; 13. 2, 7, 12 ; 
16. 163 ; 17. 284, 285 ; 18/ 25, 322, 409 ; 
19. 207, 423, 444 ; 20. 108. Elected a 
Resident Member, 7. 348; ig. 437. Ac- 
cepts membership, 7. 373. Donations 
from, 6. 249 ; 8. 171 ; 9- 81 ; 10. 409 ; 11. 
601. Of committee to examine the 
Treasurer's accounts, 1866,9. 82; 11. 
229 ; 12. 51. Of committee on the 
• Building/ 11. 326. Vote of thanks to, 
13. 9. Presents a copy of the ' Ameri- 
can Centenary/ 15. 162. Death of, 17. 
xviii ; 19. 437 ; announced, 17. 282- 
285. Resolution of the Society on the 
death of, 17. 285. Mr. Goddard ap- 
pointed to prepare a memoir of, 18. 67. 
' Memoir of/ by D. A. Goddard, 19. 
429-437. Birth and education, 19. 429. 
Seeks employment in Boston, 19. 429. 
Publishes a book on Stenography, 19. 
429. Begins manufacturing, 19. 430. 
Moves to" New York, 19. 430. Efforts 
for a professional education, ig. 430. 
Power-loom for weaving quilts, 19. 430. 
Panic of 1837, ig 431. Coach-lace 
looms, ig. 431. New quilt-loom, ig. 
432. Carpet-looms, ig. 432. Visit to 
England, ig. 432. Position at Lowell, 
ig 432. The first Lancaster gingham 
mills, 19. 432, 433. Second visit to 



Europe, ig. 433. Brussels carpet-loom, 
ig. 433. His description of his own 
inventive process, ig. 434. Number of 
his patents, ig. 435. A candidate for 
Congress, ig. 435. President of the 
Wool Manufacturers' Association, ig. 
435, 436. His writings, ig. 436. Aca- 
demical and other honors, ig. 436, 437. 
See also E. B. Bigelow Fund. 

Bigelow, Hon. George T., LL.D., 6. 6 ; 
15.274; 16. 113. 176; 17. 61,66; ig. 
226. Elected a Resident Member, 4. 197. 
Accepts membership, 4. 226. Dona- 
tions from, 4. 235; 5. 197, 440; 6. 1, 16, 
17: 11. 501. Of committee to decide 
concerning certain papers obtained in 
the war of 1860-1864, 6. 6. Motion of, 
10. 341. One of a committee on the 
'Hutchinson Papers/ 11. 326. Letter 
from, on death of Gov. Clifford, 14. 191. 
Death of, 16. xvi ; announced by Vice- 
President Adams, 16. 175. Vote of the 
Society on the death of, 16. 176. Mr. 
George B. Chase appointed to prepare 
a memoir of, 16. 176. 

Bigelow, Mrs. George T., 17. 69. Gift 
from, 17. 51. Vote of thanks to, 17. 51. 

Bigelow, Henry, 17. 386, 405. 

Bigelow, Henry Jacob, M.D., 17. 405, 466. 
Gift from, 20. 45. 

Bigelow, Horatio, ig 431. Donation 
from, g. 66. 

Bigelow, Jacob, d. 1800, the elder, 17. 
386. 

Bigelow, Jacob, M.D., LL.D., d. 1879, 

4. 429; 8. 132; g. 360; 10. 483; 12. 25, 
41; 13. 267 ; 17. 33-35, 40, 41, 66, 370 ; 
20. 45, 249, 255. A member of the 
Anthology Club, 2. 388 n. Elected a 
Resident Member of the Society, 3. 270. 
The Society meets at his house, 4. 425. 
Donations from, 4. 430 ; 5. 223 ; 8. 480; 
g. 467 ; 10. 80. Opinion expressed in 
the ' Sequel to the Pharmacopoeia/ 5. 
391. His opinion of elder, in medicine, 

5. 395. Incident relating to Major 
Andre, referred to by, g. 465. Remarks 
by, 11. 158. Gives an account of his 
visit to San Francisco, 11. 326. Letter 
from, relating to the death of George 
Ticknor, 12. 23. His death, 16. xvi; 
17. 33, 466. Resolution of the Society 
on the death of, 17. 38. Tribute of Dr. 
Holmes to, 17. 40. Dr. Ellis appointed 
to write a memoir of, 17. 51. Auto- 
graph and portrait of, faces 17. 383. 
• Memoir of/ by Dr. Ellis, 17. 383-467. 
Ancestry, 17. 385-387. Childhood, 17. 
388. Harvard College, 17. 389-391. 
Residence at Worcester, 17. 393. At- 
tends medical lectures at Cambridge, 
17. 396. Enters a physician's office in 
Boston, 17. 396. Studies at the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania. 17. 398-400. 
Gains Boylston prizes, 17. 400, 401. 



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Returns to Boston and begins to prac- 
tise medicine, 17. 401-405. Partnership 
with Dr. James Jackson, 17. 406-408. 
Botanical correspondence, 17. 408, 412, 
413, 416. Appointed professor of Ma- 
teria Medica, 17. 409. Delivers the Phi 
Beta Kappa poem, 17. 410. Report on 
the sea serpent, 17. 414-416. Tour to 
the White Mountains, 17. 415. Ap- 
pointed Rumford professor, 17. 417. 
Marriage, 17. 417, 420. Lectures as 
Rumford professor, 17. 419. His labors 
on the ' Pharmacopoeia of the United 
States/ 17. 4*24, 425. Of the commis- 
sion to visit New York in reference to 
the Asiatic cholera, 17. 425-427. Visit 
to Europe, 17. 427, 428. Various pub- 
lic services, 17. 427, 428. His agency 
in establishing Mount Auburn Ceme- 
tery, 17. 429-184. President and Trus- 
tee of the cemetery corporation, 17. 
434-436, 440, 442. Presents the Sphinx, 
17. 436, 437. His account of the Sphinx, 
17. 438-440. His medical reforms, 17. 
442-446. Memorial tributes to other 
physicians, 17. 447. Tribute to Dr. 
Jackson, 17. 447, 449. His labors in 
the cause of education, 17. 449-456. 
Membership and offices in the Amer- 
ican Academy of Arts and Sciences, 
17. 456. Visit to California, 17. 461. 
Blindness and paralysis, 17. 462. His 
remarks on completing his ninetieth 
year, 17. 463. His character, 17. 463, 

465. His family, 17. 466. Funeral, 17. 

466. Resolutions of the Medical Soci- 
ety, 17. 466. Letter from the physi- 
cians of Boston and vicinity on his 
eighty-ninth birthday, 17. 467. Lec- 
tures on botany and botanical studies, 
17. 408-413. Publishes the 'Morula 
Bostoniensis/ 17. 408, 411. His Phi 
Beta Kappa poem, 17. 410. Inaugural 
address as Rumford professor, 17. 417, 
418. His ' American Medical Botanv/ 
17. 420-423. His ' History of the Cem- 
etery of Mount Auburn/ 17. 431. ' Self- 
Limited Diseases,i 17. 442. * Nature in 
Disease ' and ' Modern Inquiries/ 17. 
443. His ' Report on Homoeopathy/ 
17. 445, 446. ' The Medical Profession 
and Quackery/ 17. 446. Other med- 
ical essays, 17. 447. His address, 

' Limits of Education/ 17. 450-452. 
* Classical and Utilitarian Studies/ 17. 
453-455. Communications to the Acad- 
emy's ' Memoirs/ 17. 456. ' Eolopoe- 
sis/ 17. 459, 460. Latin song at the 
Harvard College bicentennial, 17. 460. 
' Xriv<pBta t ' 17. 461. 

Bigelow, Rzv. Jacob, d. 1816. 17. 386, 387, 
417. Letter from Dr. Bigelow to, 17. 
399,400. ' 

Bigelow, John, ancestor of Dr. Jacob Big- 
elow, d. 1703, 17. 385, 386. 



Bigelow, Hon. John, 15. 198. Elected 
a Corresponding Member, 13. 425. 
Accepts membership, 14 1. 
Bigelow, John P., donations from, 2. 182, 

237, 423. 
Bigelow, Joseph, 13. 295. 
Bigelow, Katharine (Mrs. Abbott Law- 
rence), 3. 81. 
Bigelow, Mrs. Mary (Scollay),i7.417,442. 
Bigelow, Mrs. Mary (Warren), 17. 326. 
Bigelow, Mercy {Mrs. Garfield), 19. 86. 
Bigelow, Richard, 17. 386. 
Bigelow, Samuel, 17. 386. 
Bigelow, Thaddeus B., 8. 456. 
Bigelow, Thomas, 17. 386. 
Bigelow, Hon. Timothy, 3. 81 ; 5. 369 n. 

Donation from, 2. 536. 
Bigelow, Major Timothy, 12. 200 ; 15. 68, 

75,92,95,97,99, 101, 102, 160. 
Bigelow, William, 14. 330. 
Bigelow, Mount, 15. 68. 
Bigelow School, name of, 6. 32. 
Bigger, R. A., recruiter for the Rebel 

Army, 5. 375. 
Biglow, Daniel, 19. 377. 
Bigot, Father James, 14. 124 n., 128 n. 
Bigot, Father Vincent, 14. 124 n. 
Bigsby, Robert, LL.U., 13. 266. Nomi- 
nated a Corresponding Member, 2. 469. 
Elected, 2. 469. Letter from, 2. 478. 
Death of, announced, 13. xviii, 99. 
Notice of, 13. 99, 100. 
Bigsby, Robert, Registrar of Nottingham. 

13. 99. 
Bilboa, 6. 352. 
Bill, James, Jr., 12. 108. 
Bill, Jonathan, 12. 108. 
Bill, Richard, 4. 65 ; 18. 368-370, 378. 
Bill of lading, of ancient date, 3. 27, 28, 

28 n. 
Bill of Rights, see Massachusetts and 

Virginia. 
Bill of Rights Club, London, 11. 8. 
Billerica, Mass., 6. 349 ; 12. 394, 395, 397, 
400 ; 16. 300 ; 18. 166 ; 19. 95, 325 n. 
'History of/ 1. 254 n. 
Billiard, P. R., Jesuit missionary, letter of, 

11. 317-319. 
Billing, Richard, 11. 316. 

Billings, , innkeeper, 13. 250. 

Billings, Frederick, 19. 352 n. 

Billings, Joseph, 7. 239. 

Billings [Moses?], Medford, 12. 198. 

Billings, Richard. 11. 140. 

Billings, Rev. Richard, d. 1748, 8. 30. 

Billings, Samuel, 11. 307. 

Billings, Capt. Samuel, 15. 82. 

Billingsley, Henry, 10. 408. 

Billini, Canon, 2. 118 n. 

Bills of credit, 3 149. Occasion of, in 

Massachusetts, 6. 428. 
Bilson, Thomas, Bishop of Winchester, 11. 

440. 
Binding authorized, 1. 352. Money paid 
for, 2. 148 n. t 367 n., 369. Papers and 



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pamphlets bound and lettered, 3. 159 ; 

7. 21. 
Binding fund, 19. 290. 
Bingham, J., donation from, 2. 243. 
Bingham, William, statue of Franklin 

erected by, in Philadelphia, 3. 395 n. 
Bingham, Richards, & Co., Messrs., 17.422. 
Bingham family, 11. 229. 
Binghamton, N. Y., 4. 99. 
Bingley, George Fox-Lane, 1st Baron, 12. 

417 ; 14. 235. 
Bingley, Robert Benson, Lord, 12. 417; 

14- 235. 
Bindley, Robert Fox-Lane, 2d Baron, 12. 

417. 

Binney, Amos, contributes to purchase 
the Society's building, 1. 465 n. 

Binney, Amos, M.D., 19. 336. 

Binney, Capt. (Barnabas?), 11. 140. 

Binney, Charles J. F., donation from, 2. 
423. 

Binney, Hon. Horace, LL.D., i. 439 ; 2 
156; 13. 62, 232; 14. 318; 18. 420. 
Elected an Honorary Member, 5. 199 
Classmate of D. A. White, 5. 177 ; 6. 
271. Letter from, to Hugh Blair Grigs 
by, 11. 224, 225. Death of, 14. xvi 
announced, 14. 103. Tributes to, 14. 
104-107. Mr. Winthrop's notice of, 14, 
155. 

Binney, Horace, Jr., 14. 105. 

Binney, John, 5. 427 n. ; 11. 307. 

Binney, Mrs. John, 5. 427 n. 

Biographers of the signers of the Dec- 
laration of Independence, list of, 15. 
393. 

Biography, uses of commercial, 3. 7, 8. 

Biorn, Northman, 10. 79, 80. 

Birch, Rev. Thomas, D.D., 16. 210. His 
'Life of Sir Robert Boyle/ 1. 33. His 
' Court and Times of James I.' cited, 
13. 88, 91 n. His ' Court and Times of 
Charles 1/ cited, 14. 376 n. His ' His- 
tory of the Royal Society ' cited, 16. 
211 n., 217 n., 221 n. 

Birch, William, miniature of Washington 
by, 11. 292. 

Bird, , tavern keeper, ig. 70, 71, 71 n. 

Bird, Thomas, 17. 144. 

Bird Island, Boston Harbor, 20. 152. 

Birden (Barden), Rev. John, 8. 11, 20, 25. 

Birmingham, 3. 145. 

Birth, Mr. Washington, 5. 282. 

Bisbee, Samuel, 19. 259. 

Bishop, Capt , 8. 371. 

Bishop, Mr., 3. 338. 

Bishop, Bridgett, alias Oliver, 20. 163, 
289 n., 294, 311. At a meeting of 
witches, 5. 33. 

Bishop, Edward, 20. 294 n., 313, 314. 

Bishop, George, his * New England 
Judged ' cited, 6. 67 n. ; 14. 144 n. ; 18. 
396. 

Bishop, Margaret (Mrs. Rogers), 5. 491, 
496. 



Bishop, Capt. Phanuel. at the Massachu- 
setts Convention in 1788, 3. 301. 

Bishop, Hon. Robert R., 19. 356. 

Bishop, Samuel, 8. 13, 22 , 27 ; 10. 404, 
408. 

Bishop Seabury Mission, donation from, 
7. 347. 

Bismarck-Schonhausen, Carl Eduard Leo- 
pold Otto, Prince, 15. 316; 16. 439, 469; 
20. 379. His intimacy with Mr. Motley, 
16. 409-411. 

Bixby, Samuel, Diary of, during the siege 
of Boston, 14. 285-298. 

Black, Mr., 16. 302. 

Black, Andrew, 11. 140. 

Black, David, 15. 360. 

Black, Hon. Henry, LL.D., 13. 266. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 
2. 178. Elected, 2. 180. Accepts mem- 
bership, 2. 188. Death of, 13. xviii, 81. 

Black, James, 13. 81. 

Black, James W., photographer, 11. 128 n. 

Black, John, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 266. 

Black, Capt. John, 15. 83. 

Black, Moses, donation from, 1. 81. 

Black, William H., 8. 93-95. 

Black Callerton, coal-mines of, 3. 362, 363. 

Black Horse, 17. 203. 

Black Point, Mass., 5. 36. 

' Black Raven/ 2. 552. 

Black River, 7. 326, 330, 334, 337. 

Black Will, hanged, 3. 186, 187. 

Blackburn, Jonathan B., painter, 12. 323, 
324 ; 16. 38, 391 ; 19. 312. Sketch of, 
16. 385. List of portraits by, 16. 386- 
392,474; 17. 93-95. 

Blackleech, John, 16. 221. 

Bladder, S. R., 17. 135. 

Blackler, Capt. William, 15. 85 n. f 86. 

Blackley, Capt., Marblehead, 4. 77. 

Blackmail, Rev. Benjamin, 8. 13, 22, 26. 

Blackman, John, 17. 144. 

Blackstone, Mrs. Elinor, 11. 485. 

Blackstone, Elizabeth (Mrs. Berry), 11. 
485. 

Blackstone (Blackston), John, 12. 359. 
The first white inhabitant of Boston, 
12. 360. See Blackstone, Rev. William. 

Blackstone, Mrs. Lois (Berry), 11. 485. 

Blackstone (Blackston), Rev. William, 12. 
359; 13. 79; 14. 315, 368 «., 373; 20. 64, 
65. The first white inhabitant of Bos- 
ton ; also called John Blackston, 12. 
360. Deposition of Anne Pollard con- 
cerning, 14. 184, 185. Sale of land to 
the town of Boston, and laying out of 
Boston Common, 14. 301, 302. Facts 
concerning his life and settlement in 
Boston, 16. 197-202, 204. A graduate 
of Emanuel College, 17. 340, 345, 348. 

Blackstone, Sir William, 6. 277; 17. 183 n.; 
19. 216; 20. 144, 153, 398. On slavery, 
7. 317, 325. His ' Commentaries/ 3. 
198,387; 4-29; 6.42,54; 7. 317,325; 



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13. 216 ; 20. 145 n., 295 n., 801 n. Quo- 
tation from, 20. 145. 

Blackstone Monument Association, dona- 
tion from the directors of, 3. 40. 

Blackstone Street, Boston, Muss., 6. 30. 

Blackwall, Antony, his ' Sacred Classics,' 
6. 305. 

Blackwell, Capt, 16. 107. 

Black well, Rev. Mr., 17. 205. 

Blackwood, Lieut, 8. 385, 389, 391. 

Blackwood, Rev. Christopher, 17. 343. 

' Blackwood's Magazine/ 14. 47 ; 16. 408, 
43(3. Cited, 15. 370, 387. 

Bladensburg, Md., ig. 71. 

Blagden, Rev. George W., D.D., 4. 228, 
286, 390; 5. 422 n. ; 11. 341 n. ; 12. 73 ; 

13. 1; 17. 161; 19. 357. One of the 
twenty-six members in the heliotype 
frontispiece, 2. vii; 3. 32 a. Donation 
from, 2. 123 ; 4. 235. Nominated a 
Resident Member, 2. 264. Elected, 2 
266. Accepts membership, 2. 268. 
Present at meetings of the Society, 2. 
271, 285, 238, 291, 297, 303, 314, 326, 
338, 362, 376, 383, 385, 389, 417, 421, 
422, 430, 431, 441, 451, 456, 469, 470, 
475, 486, 490, 493, 503, 513, 538, 539, 
651, 552, 559, 571, 581, 592, 596, 606. 
President pro tempore, 2. 288, 375. Of 
committee to consider obtaining a copy 
of records of certain churches, 2. 342, 
343. Report concerning the records of 
the Third Church, 2. 382-384. Of 
committee to address a memorial to 
the General Court concerning the 
ownership of certain papers, 2. 420, 
420 n. Report concerning the papers, 
2. 435, 436, 436 w.-441 n. Of Standing 
Committee, 2. 528, 559; 10. 173; n. 45, 
243. Of committee to consider the 
matter of volumes to be sent to the 
Smithsonian Institution, 2. 574. Of 
committee to nominate officers, 4. 272 ; 
12. 52. Letter from, to the Massachu- 
setts Historical Society, 4. 332-334. 
Remarks by, 5. 223. Letter from, on 
the Prince Library, 5. 407. Remarks 
in response to Mr. Livermore, 6. 78. 
Appointed to prepare a memoir of Rev. 
Wm. Jenks, D.D., 9. 374; 10. 105. 
Vote of thanks to, on retiring from the 
Standing Committee, 12. 81. His 'Me- 
moir of Dr. Jenks/ 10. 105-112. 

Blaikie, Rev. Alexander, donation from, 

5 223. 
Blaine, lion. James G., 19 240. 
Blaine ville, Henri Marie Ducrotay de, 

14. 9. 

Blair, Rev. Mr., 19. 71. 

Blair, Hugh, 3. 391. 

Blair, Rev. James, Pres. William and 

Marij Coll., 15. 231 ; 17. 350. 
Blair, Rev. Robert, his poem, ' The 

Grave/ 1. 75. 
Blair, Rev. Samuel, 17. 206. 



Blair, William, 11. 393, 395. 

Blaithwait, William, 7. 485. 

Blake, Capt, 13. 61. 

Blake, Mrs., children of, 8. 386. 

Blake, Arthur W., 19. 357. 

Blake, Benjamin, donation from, 1. 146. 

Blake, Edward, 13. 422. 

Blake, Capt. Edward, 15. 83. 

Blake, Elijah, 17. 160. 

Blake, Francis, 11. 49; 17. 394; 19. 166. 

Blake, George, d. 1841, 6. 274; 10. 58; 
19. 23, 23 «., 24, 39, 50, 166, 167, 16), 
170, 173-178. His 'Masonic Eulogy 
on Washington/ 12. 157. His auto- 
graph, faces 19. 169. 

Blake, Lieut. George, 15. 83. 

Blake, George B., 4. 100. 

Blake, Harriette {Mrs. Mills), 19. 13. 
Letters to, from her husband, 19. 14-50. 

Blake, Henry, 3. 338. 

Blake, James, 12. 52 ; 20. 213. A manu- 
script copy of his ' Annals of Dorches- 
ter ' presented, 1. 270; 10. 164. His 
'Annals of the Town of Dorchester' 
cited, 12. 393; 14. 372 n. 

Blake, Capt, John, n. 140. 

Blake, Joseph, 19. 13, 164, 167, 169-171. 

Blake, Joseph, Jr., 12. 66. 

Blake, Lawrence, 15. 157. 

Blake, Stanton, donation from, 15. 230. 
Acknowledgments of the Society to, 
15. 230. 

Blake, Lieut. Steward, 15. 82?*., 83. 

Blake, William, 12. 115. 

Blake vs. Williams, 10. 62. 

Blakelock, Corp. John, 14. 101. 

Blakeney, Col. William, 18. 369, 373, 375, 
376. 

Blanchant, Elizabeth (Mrs. Randal), 14. 
152. 

Blanchard, Caleb, 7. 229-232, 234, 235 : 8. 
367; 11. 140. 

Blanchard, Edward, 17. 427. 

Blanchard, Lieut. Jere, 15. 81. 

Blanchard, Joshua, and wife, 7. 215, 
247. 

Blanchard, Mrs. Joshua, 7. 222, 246. 

Blanchard, Joshua P., 2. 206. 

Blanchard, Nathaniel, 14. 142. 

Blanchard, Rufus, donation from, 15. 8. 
Communication from, referred to the 
Recording Secretary, 14. 158. 

Blanchard, Thomas, 17. 283. 

Blanchard, Lieut. William, 15. 81. 

Bland, Richard, 4. 137. 

Bland, Hon. Theodoric, Chancellor of 
the State of Mart/land, 10. 242. Nomi- 
nated a Corresponding Member, 1. 400. 
Elected, 1. 407. 

Blandford, Marquess of, see Marlborough, 
Duke of 

Blandford, Mass., 12. 404, 407. Origin of 
the name of, 12. 414. 

Blaney, Anna Heath, donation from, 10. 



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Blank-hook, first donation to the Society, 
3. 166, 167. 

Blaskowitz, Charles, his plan of Ply- 
mouth, 1. 48. 

Blatehford, R. M., 16. 28 n. 

Blayne, , 16. 105. 

Bleecker, Harmanus, 5. 260. 

Blenkin, Canon, 20. 98. 

Blenkin, Rev. George B., donation from, 
2 534. 

Blennerhassett's Island, 10. 452, 453 ; 17. 
189 n. 

Blesser, , his inn in Leacock town- 
ship, 17. 204, 204 n. 

1 Blessing of the Bav/ 20. 26. 

Blew (Ballou?), Capt., 12. 426. 

Bligh, Lieut., 8. 89. 

Blight, John, 20. 10. 

Blinman, Rev. Richard, 12. 397 ; 17. 343. 

Bliss, , innkeeper, 11. 12, 31. 

Bliss, , naval officer and collector, 17. 

208. 

Bliss, Mr., ig.214,219. 

Bliss, Rev. Daniel, 2. 392; 15. 397. 

Bliss, Hon. George, 16. 881 ; 19. 59 ; 20. 
35. His ' Historical Memoir of the 
Western Railroad/ 16. 381. 

Bliss, Jonathan, 15. 184, 397. 

Bliss, Leonard, Jr., 8. 182. Donations 
from, 2. 39, 89. Letter from, 2. 114 n. 
Notice of, 2. 114 n. His 'History of 
Rehoboth/ 2. lUn. ; 16. 199;*. 

Bliss, Rev. Philip, LL.D., 12. 437 ; 16. 
142. Nominated an Honorary Member 
2. 247. Elected, 2. 249. Accepts mem 
bership, 2. 257. His death, 4. 20. 

Bliss, Phoebe {Mrs. Wm. Emerson), 2, 
392. Afterwards Mrs. Ezra Ripley, 2. 
392. 

Bliss, Porter C, 5. 171 ; 8 441 ; 11. 166, 
Proposition in regard to Indian lan- 
guages, 5. 84. Donations from, 6. 20; 
11. 144, 499. 

Bliss, Capt. Samuel, 15. 77. 

Bliss, Capt. Theodore, 15. 81. 

Block, Maurice, his ' Dictionnaire de la 
Politique ' cited, 16. 252 n. 

Block Island, 10. 327. 

Blodget, Mrs. M , 2. 174. Donations 

from, 1. 97, 98. 

Blodget, Samuel, donations from, 1. 76. 
88. 

Blodget, William, his map of Vermont, 1. 
11. 

Blodgett, Mrs., Virginia, 2. 174. 

Blodgett, William T., donation from, 10. 
314. 

Blogget, Lieut. James, 15. 84. 

Blome, Richard, his ' Cosmography/ 18. 
429. 

Blomfield, Rt. Rev. Charles James, D.D., 
Bishop of London, 3 39; 19. 115, 116. 
Has charge of the Fulham Library, 3 
21 n. Search made for Bradford's ' His- 
tory of Plymouth/ 3. 21-23. To receive 



the thanks of the Society, 3. 39. To re- 
ceive a copy of the volume containing 
Bradford's 4 History/ 3. 91, 98. 

Blomtield, Sir Lawrence, 20. 267. 

Blood, , Groton, 14. 143. 

< Bloody Tenent/ 3. 314. 

Bloomfield, Lieut., 11. 493. 

Bloomfield, Robert, 16. 125. 

Blosse, Martha (Mrs. Knapp),5. 493. 

Blount, Sir Thomas P., his 'Censura 
Authorum/ 18. 429. 

Blount, Gov. William, nominated a 
Corresponding Member, 1. 99. Elect- 
ed, 1. 101. Membership declared for- 
feited, 1. 106. 

Blowers, Chief Justice Samson Salter, 15. 
184, 397; 19. 145, 147, 148, 151, 152. 
A centenarian, 8. 440. 

Blowers, Rev. Thomas, 8. 29. 

Blucher, Gen. Gebhardt Lebrecht von, 11. 
242. 

Blue and buff uniform, origin of, 4. 149- 
151. 

Blue Hills, 7. 189, 191, 215, 216, 222, 245. 

'Blue Laws of Connecticut/ copy of, pre- 
sented to the Society, 3. 133. 

Blue ribbon in Washington's portrait, 4. 
151-153. 

Blunt, Edmund M., 18. 99 n. His ' Coast 
Pilot' cited, 18. 96 n. 

Blunt, Edward, donation from, 1. 112. 

Blunt, John, presents donations to the 
Society, 2. 15, 72, 73, 73 n., 74 «., 79. 
Letter from, 2. 72. 

Blunt, Rev. John, 17. 156. 

Blunt, Joseph, donation from, 2. 351. 

Blurton Parsonage, death of Elisha 
Hutchinson at, 3. 144 n. 

Blyth, B., 20. 188. 

Blythe, Capt. Samuel, 15. 188. 

Boadicea, Queen, 19. 389. 

Board of Customs, London, in the reign 
of George III., 4. 322-324. 

Board of Emigration Commissioners, New 
York, see New York, etc. 

Board of Internal Improvement estab- 
lished in Massachusetts, see Massachu- 
setts Board, etc. 

Board of Missions of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Church, donations from, 11. 498. 

Board of Trade, Boston, see Boston Board, 
etc. 

Board of Trade, English, see English 
Board, etc. 

Boardman, Andrew, 14. 224. 

Boardman, Mary (Mrs. Crowninshield), 
17. 356. 

Boardman, Sherman, his ' Description of 
the County of Lichfield/ 1. 111. 

Boardman, William, 11. 140. 

Boats much resorted to in the early days 
of New England, 3. 371. 

Boccaccio, Giovanni, 8. 448. His 'Pas- 
quino and Simona ' quoted, 5. 393, 394. 

Bochas, John, his ' Tragedies/ etc., 3. 283. 



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Bockenbergius (Peter Cornelisson), 12. 

186. 

Bockh, August, 16. 315 ; 18. 181. 

Boden, John, 14. 136. 

Bodine, Samuel, 15. 157. 

Bodleian Library, Oxford, 1. 399 n. ; 9. 

343; 12.428; 18. 426 n. y 428 n. ; 19. 332, 

000 

000. 

Bodley, Sir Thomas, 19. 332. 

Bodmin, Eng., 10. 163. Association of 
ministers at, 2. 447 n., 448 n. 

Bodwell, Sgt. Eliphalet, 6. 178; 15. 79 n. 

' Body of Liberties,' Mass., 13. 458 ; 19. 
391. Preserved in Vol. VIII. of the 
third series of Collections, 3. 189. Ex- 
tracts from, on slavey, 3. 189-191. 

Boeckh, August, see Bockh. 

Boerhaave, Hermann, 17. 39, 173. 

Boeye, see Bove. 

Bohemia, Md., 19. 180. 

Bohemia Manor, Md., 13. 311. 

Bohemian Brethren, Church of, 16. 213. 

Bohn, Henry George, 18. 297. 

Boies, John, 10 129. Extract from a 
letter from, i. 90 n. Donation from, 1. 
91. 

Bois-le-Comte, Charles Joseph Edmond, 
Comte de, 17. 309. 

Boit, Capt., donation from, 1. 116. 

Boit, John, Jr., donation from, 1. 116. 

Boitard, L., 14, 169. 

Boland, L. V., 12. 67. 

Bolin, John, 12. 193. 

Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, Viscount, 
12. 273 ; 18. 63. 

Bolivar y Ponte, Simon, 1. 372 n.; 18. 280. 

Bolivia, penetrated by the 'Alpha/ 7. 416. 

Bollan, William, 18. 377. Papers of, 2. 
229 n. Tracts by, 1. 6. His 'Epistle 
from Timoleon/ 1. 18. His 'Importance 
of Cape Breton/ 1. 20. His ' Free 
Briton's Memorial/ 1. 37. Letter of, 1. 
200. 

Bolles, Charles (Freeman 8f Bolles), 2. 
269 n., 367 n. 

Bolles, John A., donation from, 8. 466. 

Bolley, Thomas, 20. 1. 

Bolster, Capt. Isaac, 14. 285 n. ; 15/82. 

Bolton, Charles Powlet, 3c? Duke of, 12. 
413. 

Bolton, James, 20 8. 

Bolton, Mass., 7. 209 ; 10. 220, 224 ; 12. 
404,406, 413; 15. 190; 20. 235. Dona- 
tion from, 10. 33. 

Boltwood (Boltwhood), Ebenezer, 11. 316. 

Boltwood, lion. Lucius M., 18. 188. Do- 
nations from, 3. 258 ; 5-229; 11. 499. 

Bombay, the ice trade, 3. 54. Commerce 
with,* 7. 411,412. 

Bombay, ship, 7. 414. 

Bomford, Co'. George, 19. 18. 

Bomord's ' History of England/ 4. 14. 

Bonaparte, Napoleon, 6 297; 11. 241; 14. 
163, 168; 15. 10, 57-61, 316, 318, 376; 
16. 122, 152; 17. 116, 418. 



Bond, Capt, 12. 423, 426. 

Bond, Mr., 16. 242. 

Bond, Mr., donation from, 1. 76. 

Bond, Rev. Mr., 19. 222. 

Bond, Benjamin, 17. 157. 

Bond, Dennis, his signature to the Narra- 
gansett Patent, 5. 40. 

Bond, George, contributes to purchase 
the Society's building, 1. 465 n. 

Bond, Henry, M.D., 13. 41; 19. 83, 83n., 
90 n. Nominated a Corresponding 
Member, 2. 587. Elected, 2. 539. Ac- 
cepts membership, 2. 539. Donation 
from, 3. 63. Quotations from, 4. 3. 
His death, 4. 311. Quoted, 5. 156. His 
'Genealogies and History of Water- 
town' cited, 4. 3; 5. 156; 13. 125, 414ra.; 
17. 273 n., 385. 

Bond, John, naturalized, 4. 363. 

Bond, Jonas, 17. 159. 

Bond, Miss Nancy (Mrs. Cadwallader), 
11. 255, 257. 

Bond, Nathaniel (Bond fy Prentiss), n. 
307. 

Bond, Nicholas, killed by Indians, 14. 
136. 

Bond, Thomas, 15. 75 n. 

Bond, William, 19. 83 n. 

Bond, William, 19. 94. 

Bond, William, Falmouth, naturalized, 4. 
360. 

Bond, Lieut.-Col. William, 4. 311 ; 14. 88; 
15. 80, 87, 100-102, 104, 105, 109, 112, 
129, 160. 

Bondey, Mrs. Ruth, 14. 151. 

Bone, W., portrait of Washington by, 11. 
292. 

Bon garden, Elizabeth (Mrs. JEneas Mac- 
kay), 4. 353 n. 

Bongarden, Philip, 4 353, 353 n., 354-356. 

Bongarden, Mrs. Philip, 4. 353 n. 

' Bonhomme Richard,' 3 208. Paper re- 
lating the events connected with the 
wrecking of, 3. 214, 215. 

Boniface III., Pope, 11. 420, 427. 

Boniface VIII., Pope, 11. 426, 427; 20. 
332. 

'Bonifacius, an Essay upon the Good/ 
etc., 3 293, 294. 

Bonn, Verein von Alterthumsfreunden 
im Rheirjlande, see Verein, etc. 

Bonner, Capt. John, 15. 173. His Map 
of Boston, 6. 34-38; 15. 173. His MS. 
plan of part of Boston, faces 7. 477. 

Bonner, Robert, 4. 103. 

Bonnet, Jules, his 'Biography of Olympia 
Morata ' cited, 15. 242. 

Bonpland, M. de, 4. 315. 

Bonsall, Amos, donation from, 8. 201. 

'Book Buyer/ donations from the pub- 
lishers of, 10. 144, 206, 311, 314, 320, 
331, 335, 344, 368, 409, 469, 484; 11. 
499. 

' Book of Claims/ 1. 73. 

'Book of Common Prayer/ printed in 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



1615, 2. 277 n. For the Confederate 
States of America, 7. 301, 302. 
'Book of Land Records/ entry concerning 
Dighton Rock, 6. 252. 

' Book of Possessions/ origin of, 6. 34. 
' Book of Rites/ 19. 242. 

Book-plate, to be placed in the volumes 
of the Dowse Library, 3. 108. 

Book-plate, for the purchasers of the 
Savage Fund, 14. 153. 

Books, how to handle, 10. 431. Remarks 
on the proper care of, in a letter of 
Hon. H. B. Grigsby, 12. 1C1-168. See 
Library. 

Boon, John, 16. 270. 

Boone, Daniel, portrait of, 5. 197. Por- 
trait of, donated to the Society, 6. 17. 

Boot, Frances, naturalized, 4. 361. 

Boot, Kirk, see Boott. 

Boot, Mary, Boston, naturalized, 4. 361. 

Booth, Chauncy, M.D., 7. 45, 67, 71. 

Booth, Mary L., her ' History of New 
York City y cited, 14. 141 n. 

Boothbay, Me., 12. 405, 408, 417. 

Boott, Francis, M.D., 11. 274; 17. 413, 
415. See Boot. 

Boott, John W., and the Merrimack 
Manuf. Co., 5. 269. 

Boott, Kirk, 11. 308; 19. 282. Natural- 
ized, 4. 361, 361 n. 

Boott, Kirk (d. 1837, aged 46), and the 
foundation of Lowell, 5. 268, 269. 

Boott, Mrs. Kirk, 17. 427. 

;Bor, Pierre Chretien, 16. 452, 471. 

Bora, Katharina von, 20. 380. 

Bordentown, N. J., 16. 110. 

Bordman, Aaron, d. 1702, steward of Har- 
vard College, 5. 157, 161. 

Bordman, Andrew, d. 1687, steward of 
Harvard College, 5. 157. 

Bordman, Andrew, d. 1747, steward of 
Harvard College, 5. 157, 158. Money 
paid to, by Harvard College, 6. 354. 

Bordman, Andrew, d. 1769, steward of 
Harvard College, 5. 158. Offices held 
by, and sketch of his life, 5. 158. 

Bordman, Andrew, town clerk of Cam- 
bridge, 1770-80, 5 158. 

Bordman, Moses, 5. 155. 

Bordman, Mrs. Sarah (Phips), wife of 
Andrew, 5. 158. 

Bordman, William, d. 1685, steward of 
Harvard College, 5. 155-157 ; 6. 341. 

Bordone, Bened , his ' Isolario/ 13. 366. 

Borgia, Caesar {Cardinal of Valence), 11. 
425. 

Borgia, Francis (Duke of Gandia), see 
Gandia. 

Borland, , 8 397. 

Borland, John, 11. 393. 

Borland, John, 12. 368. 

Borland, John B., contributes to purchase 
the Society's building, 1. 465 n. 

Borland, Samuel, 19. 161. 

Borroa, , 8. 211. 



Boscawen, Admiral Edward, 11. 298. 

Bosschaert, H. J., 13. 309. 

Bossenger, William, 12. 117. 

Bossi, Luigi, his ' Vita di Colombo ' cited, 

16. 322. 
Bosson, Mr., 7. 187, 192, 194, 197, 200, 

208, 216. 
Bossuet, Jacques Benigne, 3. 383, 384; 14. 

155. 
Boston, Eng., 6. 415; 9. 348; 11. 214, 216; 

12. 389, 390; 18. 248, 251, 252 ; 20. 98, 

99, 333. Monument to Pishey Thomp- 
son in the Church of, 8. 89. Dr. R. 
Ellis's visit to, 18. 249. A 'loving cup' 
from the corporation plate of, exhib- 
ited, 19. 239. The cup given to the St. 
Botolph Club, 19. 265, 266. 

Boston, Mass. t 3. 319, 320, 397 ; 4. 92, 98, 
100; 6. 152, 153, 212, 250, 261, 276, 292, 
314, 334, 351, 356, 430, 460, 470, 475 ; 
7. 281, 391 ; 10. 160, 161, 164, 234, 323, 
416, 437, 448; 11. 10, 98, 151, 198, 202, 
263, 282-284, 293, 306, 307, 314, 330, 
371, 372, 465 n., 466 n., 469 ; 12. 14, 18, 
20, 24, 27, 40, 41, 43, 45, 47, 59, 68, 
105-111, 124, 130. 182, 187, 193, 195- 
206, 215, 231, 250, 258, 265, 311, 317, 
319, 322, 323, 327, 333, 393, 395, 400, 
422-427 ; 13. 68, 79, 104, 110, 113, 127, 
252, 409, 415 n. ; 15. 4, 8, 9, 23, 24, 43, 
65, 66, 270; 16. 7 n., 8 n., 14, 16, 68- 
71, 78rc.-81, 86, 92, 94-96, 99, 102-108, 
111, 117, 118, 127, 137, 138, 142, 149, 
158, 160, 161, 163, 164, 167, 179, 181, 
182, 195, 199, 200, 202 n., 204, 206, 218, 
222 n., 223, 229, 232, 234, 235, 237, 242, 
246, 255, 271, 279-285, 287, 288, 290, 
291, 293, 296, 299-305, 308, 314, 336, 
338, 340-342, 355, 365, 371, 381, 385, 
386, 388-396, 398, 399; 17. 2, 8, 16, 17, 
19, 20, 25, 34, 36, 47, 51-53, 55, 56, 56 n., 
62 n., 63, 69, 75, 76, 85, 88, 92-96, 9&- 

100, 101, 106, 110-112, 114, 120, 128, 
130, 132, 137, 138, 145, 146«., 147, 149»., 
151, 157 n., 160, 161, 166, 169, 173-178n., 
181 n., 193??., 201, 206 w., 208, 212, 213, 
216, 220-223, 226, 232-234, 238, 243, 
265; 280, 281, 287, 288, 290, 291, 295w., 
302, 314, 326, 328, 329, 332, 346, 853 n., 
356, 359-366, 371, 373, 378, 380-883, 
386, 387, 393, 395-397, 401-405, 407- 
409, 411, 413, 414, 419, 424-426, 432, 
435, 436, 438, 447, 461, 467 ; 18. 1, 13- 
16, 24, 27-29, 35, 44, 50, 51, 62, 64-66, 
68, 69, 134 n., 154, 157, 159, 163, 167, 
168, 173, 175, 176, 179, 184, 189, 192, 
196 n., 200, 206, 231, 238, 239, 251-256, 
258-260, 262, 264-266, 268, 271-276, 
281, 282, 284, 285, 287, 298, 303-305, 
309, 311-315, 316, 319, 319 n., 321 n., 
342-344, 349, 350, 353, 355, 863, 364, 
368-379, 388-392, 398, 409, 422, 423, 
431, 435, 436; 19. 8, 12, 20, 21.27, 44- 
46, 67, 74, 88, 90, 93, 102, 104, 105, 112, 
113, 115w., 117, 118, 123, 129, 130, 132, 



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133, 135-139, 141, 147, 150-152 re., 156, 
159 re., 162, 164, 165 re., 167, 171, 173, 
181, 195, 200, 208, 210-212, 214, 226, 
227, 229, 233, 234, 243, 248, 250, 279, 
281-283, 286 re., 298, 302, 312, 313, 324, 

333, 336, 337, 340-342, 356-358, 379, 
385, 388, 390-392, 394-396, 398, 399, 
399 re., 406, 412 re , 415, 422, 426, 429, 
'430, 437, 439, 440, 444, 445; 20. 2-4, 
4 re., 5, 8, 9, 18, 21, 24, 26, 29, 35, 42, 45, 
57, 62, 63, 65, 68, 73-75, 79, 80, 87, 91, 
93, 107, 113, 115-119, 123, 125, 128, 129, 
131, 132, 137, 139-141, 144, 149 re., 156, 
160, 162 re., 171, 174, 186, 188, 192, 204, 
209, 211, 213-218, 222-225, 231, 244, 
247, 265, 269-271, 285, 303 re., 312, 321- 
323, 325, 347, 363, 384-386, 389, 404- 
406, 408, 415, 416. Number of houses 
in, in 1789, 1. 8. 'Votes of the town 
of/ 1. 9, 20, 79, 167. By-laws of the 
town of, i.9. ' Letter to the freehold- 
ers of,' i. 9. 'Vindication of the town 
of,' 1. 20, 485. Two plans for a city 
organization, 1. 20. Arguments for 
markets in, 1. 79. Correspondence at 
the time of the Port Bill, 1. 136 re. 
Committee appointed to ascertain the 
height of the three hills of, 1. 236. 
List of donations to the town of, re- 
ferred to the Publishing Committee, 1. 

334. Committee appointed to confer 
with the city government on celebra- 
tion of the anniversary of the settle- 
ment of, 1. 426. Account of the cele- 
bration, 1. 434re. Dr. Webster's 'Chron- 
icle of/ 1. 491. Revolutionary poetry 
on the destruction of the tea in, 2. 326. 
Resolutions of the merchants concern- 
ing the paper currency in 1779, 2. 326. 
Donations from, 2. 365, 435, 508, 526, 
'551, 568; 3. 1, 97, 251 ; 4. 1, 107, 235; 
5. 1, 196 ; 6. 22, 417; 7. 100, 368, 376; 8. 
314, 442, 486 ; 9. 66, 177, 347, 353, 368, 
462; 10, 40, 206, 330, 335, 344; 11. 
498. Maps, diaries, verses, letters, etc., 
relating to the siege of, 3. 19, 327 ; 4. 
77-86, 294-305 ; 5. 2 ; 7 185-262, 378, 
418,477; 11. 331, 332; 13. 56, 60; 14. 
100, 261, 275-298; 15 27, 28; 17. 62. 
Narrative of the visit of Father Druil- 
lettes to, 3. 33-35. Resolve recom- 
mending the relief of the port of, 3. 35. 
Publication of the ' Journal ; of the 
Committee of Donations in 1774, 3. 36. 
Description of the earliest maps of, 3. 
37 ; 6. 39, 40; 7. 361, 362, 477; 10. 369 ; 
11. 158; 14. 328; 17. frontispiece, 62; 
20. 350. The 'barrier scheme/ 3. 37. 
' Address of the Gentlemen and Prin- 
cipal Inhabitants of, 3. 38. Founda- 
tion of the ice trade,, 3. 55, 56. In- 
formation sought concerning Town 
Records, 3. 89. Celebration of the 
anniversary of the landing of the Pil- 
grims, 3. 130. Repeated losses of his- 



torical matter by fire, 3. 135. Action 
of the mob in 1765, 3. 137, 138. Cause 
of the suspension of the ' Royal Amer- 
ican Magazine/ 3. 143. Publication of 
the State Papers, 3. 149 re. Birthplace 
of Benjamin Franklin, 3. 175, 395. 
Form of permit given by Gen. Gage 
to inhabitants of. desiring to cross 
the lines in 1775, 3. 180, 181. Expe- 
dition fitted out against Dixby Bull, 
3. 185, 187. Subscription list of aid 
from Virginia in 1774, 3. 259-261. 
Embargo laid on persons by Gen. 
Gage, 3. 261. Anecdote of a family 
passing outside the lines of the city, 
with the precaution taken to prevent 
the spread of small-pox, 3. 261, 262. 
Accounts of the. Overseer of the Poor 
from 1769 to 1791, 3. 264. Opposition 
to proceedings at Salem, 3. 288. Joy 
at the adoption of the Constitution of 
the United States, 3. 303 ; 6. 152, 153. 
Tradesmen's meeting, 3. 303, 304. Re- 
moval of the British troops after the 
Massacre, 3. 308, 309 ; 6. 485. Visited 
by Washington in 1789, 3. 309, 310. 
Papers referring to the erection of a 
town house in, 3. 336-344. The Council 
and Courts of Justice to be held in the 
Town House, 3. 342, 344. Environs of, 
3. 371. Evacuation of, 4. 27, 28, 33- 
36; 6. 211; 7. 211-243; 10. 208; 13. 289, 
290 ; 14. 229-232, 284 ; 15. 35. Taxes 
paid to, 4. 251. Revenue officers at, 4. 
822-324. In 1740, 5. 108-111. J. F. 
Watson urges the collection of its social 
history, 5. 208, 209. Banks pay specie 
in 1814, 5. 286. Opposes the resump- 
tion of specie payment in 1838, 5. 
289. Not a suitable place for Congress, 
5. 466. Concerning the nomenclature 
of her streets, 6. 4, 5, 27-31 ; 18. 244, 
288. Places of antiquity in, 6. 27, 34, 
35; 11. 252; 12. 176-181, 218, 384. 
Names of her schools, 6. 32, 33. A 
record of possessions required by special 
act, 6. 34. The funeral of the martyrs 
of the Boston Massacre; 6. 174, 175. 
Celebration of the anniversary of the 
Boston Massacre, 6. 175. Letters to 
the Council from Thomas Kench, 6. 
208, 209. Growth of lyceums in, 6. 297, 
298. Repeal of the Act for incorporat- 
ing Harvard College, 6. 353. Public 
journals of, 6. 365. Visit of John Dun- 
ton to, 6. 405. Pure water furnished 
from Long Pond, 6. 424. Issue of pa- 
per-notes, facsimile of, faces 6. 428. 
Increase in the value of real estate, 6. 
437 re. Letters written in, describing 
the Boston Massacre, 6. 480-487. See 
the Boston Massacre. Diary of Ezekiel 
Price during the siege of, 7. 185-262. 
Josiah Quincy's mayoralty, 7. 386-388. 
Quincy's ' History of/ 7. 394, 395. A 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Boston, Mass. (continued). 

colony from, to settle Mount Hope, 7. 
483. National Sailors' Fair at, 8. 3. Bill 
of mortality, 1816, 8. 224. In 1824, 8. 
225. Religious feuds at, about 1725, 
8. 226-228. Commemorative service 
for Pres. Lincoln, 8. 274. From 1772 
to 1776, 8. 310-412. Incorporated 1630, 
g. 42. Models of buildings in, exhib- 
ited, 9. 68. Inauguration of a city gov- 
ernment in, 9. 114. Notification of a 
town meeting, in reference to an act to 
establish the city of Boston, 9. 178. La- 
fayette's visit to, 1824, 9. 178. Du- 
chesne's models of buildings in, 10. 22. 
The charter and plan of city govern- 
ment, drawn up by Lemuel Shaw, 10. 
66. Objects relating to the local his- 
tory of, 10. 175, 210, 414. Maps of, 
presented, 10. 369; 11. 158. Report of 
a committee on the antiquities of, 10. 
486, 487. Franklin House, corner of 
Union Street, 10. 470. West Boston 
Bridge, 10. 479. Facsimile of Paul 
Revere 's picture of, presented, 11. 84. 
Sketch of the old house corner of North 
and Union Streets, presented, 11. 252. 
Memorial to Congress, Jan. 1861, 11. 
361. Caricature relating to, a.d. 1771, 

11. 389. Instructions of the town of, 
to their Representatives to the General 
Court of 1772, 12. 9. School committee 
of, 12. 28. Extracts from a journal of 
a gentleman (Nathaniel Cutting) visit- 
ing it in 1792, 12. 60-67. Beacon Hill 
Monument, 12. 60; 13. 183. Theatre 
in Board Alley (Hawley Street), 12. 63. 
Concert Hall, 12. 64, 65. Topograph- 
ical and historical description of, by 
Dr. Shurtleff, presented, 12. 67, 72. 
Picture of Dock Square, presented, 12. 
82. Irregular trade of, 1676-89, 12. 
113-117. Letter from a gentleman of, 
1686, 12. 118. Destruction of tea in the 
harbor of, Dec. 16, 1773, 12. 174, 175 ; 
13. 156-183; 20. 10-17. Account of 
some ancient houses in, 12. 176-181. 
Engraved view of the city, presented, 

12. 191. Lease of part of the Society's 
buHding to the city of, approved, 12. 
213 ; 13 6, 18. Old feather store, cor- 
ner of North and Union Streets, 12. 218. 
Declaration of Andrew Oliver under 
Liberty Tree, 12. 247. Proceedings in 
the Council Chamber regarding sending 
some moose to Queen Anne, 12. 254, 
255. Great fire in, Nov. 1872, 12. 279, 
384; 13. 2, 12; 19. 75. Account of 
former great fires in, by Mr. Winthrop, 
12. 280-284. Land owned by Copley 
in, 12. 325. First white inhabitant of, 
12. 359. School affairs in, 1710, 12. 
370,371. Episcopacy in, 12.374. Early 
history of public schools in, 12. 387- 
391. First meeting-house in, 12. 390. 



Origin of the name of, 12. 396. Negro 
Election Day in, 13. 45. Centennial of 
the Tea-party, 13. 151-216. Account 
of meetings in, 1773, 13. 163. Instruc- 
tions of the town to their representa- 
tives, written by Josiah Quincy, Jr., 13. 
193, 194. Punch-bowl of the Fifteen 
Associates of, 13. 200. Photographs of 
the Burnt District, presented, 13. 246. • 
Medal voted to Gen. Washington on the 
evacuation of, 13. 289,290; 14. 230-232. 
Mr. Sprague's ode at the Second Cen- 
tennial of, 13. 431. Gen. Burgoyne in, 
14. 233-247. Soliloquy of the Liberty 
Tree, 14. 269-272. Masquerade in, 
1776, 14. 272. Brown's House on the 
Neck, 14. 288, 290. Lamb's Dam, 14. 
292, 293. The Old Elm, 14. 299-315. 
See Boston Common. Early laws in, 
14. 306, 307. Map of, with adjacent 
country, 1775, in facsimile, 17. frontis- 
piece. Map of the siege of, exhibited, 
17. 62. Remarks by the President con- 
cerning the celebration of the 250th 
anniversary of the settlement of, 17. 
122, 123. Request from the Record 
Commissioners of, 17. 160. The Soci- 
ety refuses the request, 17. 162. Dr. 
Ellis's remarks on the celebration of 
the 250th anniversary of, 18. 241, 242. 
Committee of the Society in reference 
to names of streets in, 18. 244, 288. 
The 'Memorial History of,' 18. 261, 405, 
406 ; 19. 104, 194, 197, 207, 232, 288, 
444; 20. 115, 117, 119, 120. List of refu- 
gees from, in 1776, 18. 266-268. Ac- 
count of North End, 18. 344-351. First 
theatre in, 18. 379. Celebration of Na- 
poleon's defeat in Russia, 18. 379-387. 
Application from the city of, 18. 432. 
Granted, 18. 432 n. Fire of 1676, 19. 107. 
Disturbance of the peace at, in 1778, 
19. 249. Transcendentalism in, 19. 299. 
Petition of the inhabitants of, in re- 
gard to the shooting of pigeons, 20. 6. 
Boundaries between Boston and Rox- 
bury, 20. 7. Petition of Abiah Hol- 
brook, 20. 7. Town watch, 20. 9, 10. 
Minutes of the Tea-meetings in, 20. 10- 
17. Early portrait-painters in, 20. 113- 
121. Great fire of 1760 in, 20. 217, 225. 
Outbreak of small-pox in, 20. 217. 
Photographs of old maps of, 20. 350. 
Town Records quoted, 12. 107,108; 20. 
222 n. 

For churches in, see their corporate 
names. 

Boston, East, see East Boston. 

Boston, South, see South Boston. 

Boston, frigate, 1. 403 ; 20. 270, 273. Cap- 
tures the French ship ' Berceau/ 20. 
271. 

Boston, ship, burning of, 11. 352. 

'Boston Almanac/ 6. 37, 39. For the 
year 1743, 5. 59. 



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Boston and Albany Railroad, 10. 138; 13. 
272, 275, 277, 278 ; 14. 324, 325, 327 ; 

15. 272, 27u ; 16. 168 ; 17. 71 ; 18. 30, 
410 ; 19. 291 ; 20. 194. Construction of, 

11. GO, 01. 

Boston and Lowell Railroad, incorpora- 
tion of, 11. 61. 

Boston and Providence Railroad, 15. 373, 
376 ; ig. 426, 

Boston and Worcester Railroad, 6. 424; 

16. 381. 

Boston and Worcester Railroad Com- 
pany, 18. 276. 

Boston Antiquarian Club, 18. 29. 

Boston Association of Ministers, theolo- 
gical library belonging to, 18. 425. 

Boston Athenaeum, 1. 361, 367, 391, 392, 
423, 433, 491 ; 3. 130, 359; 8. 444; 10. 
228, 415, 458; 11. 90, 199, 396, 419 n. ; 

12. 24, 148, 216, 262, 290, 311, 391 n. ; 

13. 12, 27, 32 n.; 16. 115; 17. 19, 20, 69, 
358, 404; 18. 167, 425, 426, 426 n., 430 ; 
19. 98, 170/1., 223 ; 20. 264, 360 n. Vols. 
II. and III. of the ' Apollo" in, 1. xxv. 
Vote to deposit Almon's ' Remem- 
brancer' in, 1. 282. Vote to give the 
Collections to, 1. 346. Vote of the 
Trustees of, on death of Mr. Per- 
kins, 1. 368. Proposal to join, in an 
addition to their building, 1. 384, 386. 
Exchange of pamphlets with, 1. 451, 
452, 455, 457. 479. Lecture-room of, 1. 
473, 477, 478 7*. The catalogue of its 
pamphlets, 2. 44 n. A set of the Col- 
lections voted to, 2. 70. One of its 
founders, 2. 167. Has a copy of the 
'Remembrancer' on loan, 2. 175. Letter 
and business, relating to their building 
and rooms, 2. 295, 295 n. Report of 
the committee, concerning the rooms 
occupied by the Society, 2. 209. Re- 
port of the committee, and action of 
the Society, regarding the purchase of 
rooms from the Society, 2. 301, 301 n. 
Building occupied by them from 1809 
to 1822, 2. 302 n. Collection of water- 
colors given by Mr. Dowse, 3. 396. 
Donations from, 4. 235; 8. 171; 9 66, 
462; 10. 46J; 11. 498. Library of, 7. 
132; 8. 31, 264. Washington's library, 
the real and the false, 7. 132. Revolu- 
tionary orderly-book bought for, 7. 133. 
Quincy 's ' History ' of, 7. 396. E. Price's 
'Diary ' restored to, 10. 413, 414, 474. 
And G. Livermore, 10. 427, 428. Vote 
of thanks to the trustees of, 13. 8. 
Charles Folsom's letter on the manage- 
ment and use of a library, 13. 28-34. 

Boston Bank, 3. 52 ; 5. 286". 

Boston Board of Health, report of, cited, 
17. 127. 

Boston Board of Trade, 17. 382. Dona- 
tions from, 3. 112; 10 206; 11. 498. 
Excursion of, to California, 11. 309 n., 
347. 



' Boston Book/ 10. 258. 

' Boston Chronicle,' 1. 6; 13. 184; 19. 439. 

Boston City Missionary Society, 10. 107. 
Donations from, 4. 226; 5. 227; 11. 
498. 

Boston City Prison, its ventilation, 7. 50. 

Boston Committee of Correspondence, 
circular letter of, 1773, 13. 158, 159. 
Invitation issued by, 13. 167. 

Boston Common, 4. 77, 82, 219-222; 5. 
125 ; 6. 424 ; 14. 300-315 ; 17. 434, 460. 
The Mall, 5. 125. British army en- 
camped upon, 1775, 7. 188. Design 
for soldiers' monument, 9. 461. Mr. 
Waterston's paper on the Old Elm, 14. 
299-315. 

' Boston Courier/ 10. 358 ; 19. 316, 340, 
345. Founder of, remarks concerning, 
6. 420. Article on the Somers Mutiny 
in the semi-weekly issue, 7. 435, 453. 

Boston Custom House, 2. 216; 3. 263, 375; 
6.481; 7. 253,254; 19. 228. 

'Boston Daily Advertiser,' 1. 434 n. ; 2. 
128, 6. 317; 8. 49, 449; 10. 443, 451, 457, 
464/1.; 11. 240, 241 w., 275, 277; 15. 302; 
16. 49, 130, 310; 17. 15, 120,. 459, 460; 

18. 272-275, 277, 387, 388, 394; 19. 227, 
228, 329, 440, 441. List of donations 
and of members elected to be published 
in, 1. 437 ; 2. 101. Notice of meetings 
to be published in, 1. 478. Suggestions 
concerning the printed record of events, 
3. 32 d. Editorship of Hon. N. Hale, 6. 
419-421. Obituary notice of Mr. N. 
Hale, 6. 424. Cited, 7. 270«.-272».; 

19. 106. 

'Boston Daily Transcript/ see 'Boston 

Evening Transcript/ 
' Boston Daily Traveller/ see ' Boston 

Evening Traveller.' 
1 Boston Directory/ date of the first and 

second publications, 6. 38. Maps pub- 
lished in, 6. 38, 39. 
' Boston Evening Post/ 1. 6, 8, 10, 13, 87; 

3. 136, 137, 140, 149 ; 13. 213 n., 416 n. ; 

ig.226. Cited, 15. 389 n. ; 19. 116 n. ; 

20 147. 
' Boston Evening Transcript/ 10. 86, 444; 

11. 375; 16. 368: 17 20; 19. 95, 118, 

227. Cited, 15. 388; 18. 37 n. 19. 118n. 
' Boston Evening Traveller/ 18. 2, 3 : 19. 

227, 263. 
Boston Exchange, 5. 284. 
Boston Female Asylum, 1. 353. 
Boston Fire Society, 10. 164. 
Boston Gas-Light Company, 19. 292 ; 20. 

194. 
* Boston Gazette/ 1. 13, 48, 82, 89, 98, 112, 

122, 154, 168, 178, 191, 202, 219; 6. 335, 

336; 10. 52; 12. 179; 13. 184, 192, 200; 

16. 300 n. ; 19. 136, 226, 227. Quoted. 

6. 173,335, 336; 7 .271n. 
' Boston Globe/ 13. 452. 

Boston Harbor, 5. 37, 38, 332; 6. 37, 261 ; 

7. 199, 202, 226, 256 ; 16. 194, 195, 197, 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



200, 202, 204-206; 17. 368. Closed, 

1774, 4. 219, 220. Journal of the 'Pres- 
ton ' in, 5. 53-56. Lighthouse burnt, 

1775, 7. 198. Lighthouse in, 7. 206. 
Fortifications in, 1776, 7. 248. Dr. 
Appleton on early charts of, 7. 475- 
477. Early map of, exhibited by Mr. 
Deane, 9. 5. Map of, in Neal's ' His- 
tory of New England/ 9. 6. The tea 
destroyed in, 12. 174,175; 13. 156-183; 
20. 10-17. 

4 Boston Herald/ 17. 55. 

Boston High School, 18. 355. 

Boston Latin School, 1. 382, 411; 16. 399; 
17. 36, 165, 396, 397 ; 18. 222; 19. 226, 
339. List of scholars in, from 1734- 
1774, 1. 8. Establishment of, 12. 387- 
390. Mr. Motley's answer to an invi- 
tation from the association of, 16. 406, 
407. Mr. Wallcut's list of the class of 
1773 in, 17. 216-218. Petition concern- 
ing the appointment of N. Oliver as 
master of, 20. 8. 

Boston Latin School Association, 19. 340. 

Boston Lecture, 1660, 7. 281. 

Boston Library, 1. 65 n., 223, 275-277, 281, 
283, 337, 427, 450. Communication 
from the trustees of, referred to a com- 
mittee, 1. 469. Report of the commit- 
tee, 1. 471. Donation from the trustees 
of, 2. 283. 

Boston Library Society, buys the estate 
in Franklin Place, 2. 132, 133. Money 
paid for the estate, 2. 133, 134, 148, 
211 n., 234 n., 253 w., 269 w. t 314 n. 

'Boston Magazine' ('Boston Weekly 
Magazine'), 1. 7, 122, 154, 168. Map 
of Boston in, 7. 362. 

Boston Marine Society, 7. 435. 

Boston Massacre, 1. 20; 6. 175, 480-483; 
7. 292, 362; 11. 240, 241. Letter written 
by William Palfrey to Mr. Booth upon, 
2. 294 ; 6. 480-487. Removal of the 
British troops from Boston, 3. 308, 309. 
Funeral of the victims of, 6. 174, 175, 
483; 20.212. Letter from Lieutenant- 
Governor Hutchinson to Lord Hills- 
borough on, 6. 484-487. Copies of 
Paul Kevere's print of, presented, 11. 
135, 251 ; 18. 287. 

Boston Mechanics' Institution, 20. 237. 

' Boston Medical and Surgical Journal/ 
14 12 ; 19. 316. 

Boston Mercantile Library Association, 
see Mercantile Library Association. 

Boston Museum of Fine Arts, see Museum 
of Fine Arts. 

Boston Neck, 4. 35, 293; 7. 187, 192-197, 
199, 201, 204, 207, 208, 240, 241, 243, 
244 ; 14 288, 290 Fortified, 4. 222. 

* Boston Newsletter' ('Boston Weekly 
Newsletter '), 1. 6, 293 n. ; 2. 140 n. ; 13. 
184 ; 17. 234 n. ; 18. 319, 319 n. 

Boston Orations, 1. 7. 

' Boston Patriot/ 1. 321 ; 10. 52. 



Boston Phrenological Society, 1. 488 n. 

Boston Port Bill, 3. 282; 4 33 ; 7. 124; 
14. 315 ; ig. 391. Vote of the Assem- 
bly of Massachusetts on, 13. 182. 

'Boston Post/ see 'Boston Evening Post.' 

'Boston Post-Boy/ 1. 293w.; 2. 140; 20. 
14 n., 15 n. 

Boston Post-Office, 2. 216; 3. 268, 303, 304. 

Boston Probate Court, see Suffolk County, 
etc. 

Boston Provident Association, 18. 305; 20. 
410. Donations from, 4. 196; 8.466; 
10. 85. 

Boston Public Library, 3. 285, 293 n. ; 6. 
416; 8.264; 10. 450 ; 11. 110, 396; 12. 

16. 167, 215; 14. 28rc.,230, 231; 15. 279; 

17. 63, 173 ; 18. 68, 70 ; 19. 65, 121, 127, 
341 ; 20. 230, 264, 358, 359, 385, 387 n. 
Donations from the trustees of, 3. 63, 
126; 4. 391 ; 5. 145, 229 ; 9. 66, 368, 463; 
10. 85, 134, 206, 319, 331, 335, 368, 409, 
469; 11. 498. Vote of thanks to the 
trustees, 10. 336. 

Boston Public Schools, 12. 387-391. 
Boston Record Commissioners, 17. 161 ; 

18. 261. Request from, 17. 160. Vote 
of the Society not to grant the request, 
17. 162. 

Boston Registry of Deeds, see Suffolk 
County, etc. 

Boston Sailors' Home, 10. 107. 

Boston Society for the Religious and 
Moral Instruction of the Poor, 5. 437 n.; 
10. 107. 

Boston Society of Natural History, 2. 
274, 3.252; 8.264; 11. 142; 15.398, 
399; i8.177,356; 19. 316-320 n., 322, 
383; 20. 238, 240, 241, 244, 245, 249, 
251. Donation of relics from the So- 
ciety to, 1. vii. Vote to deposit certain 
specimens with, 1. 467. Application 
from, 1. 489. Mr. Davis to rent a room 
to, 2. 175. A collection of plants to be 
deposited with, during the pleasure of 
the Society, 2. 348, 351. Donations 
from, 2. 410, 474; 9. 1, 177; 10. 314, 
330; 11. 498. A committee appointed 
to consider what there may be in the 
Collections, which might be useful to, 
2. 490. Report of the committee, 2. 
491, 496, 497. 

Boston Stamp Act, paper issued under, 2. 
104. 

Boston State House, see State House, 
Mass. 

Boston Theatre, 15. 392. 

Boston Theological Library, see General 
Theological Library. 

Boston Town House, 4. 11 ; 6. 27. Papers 
referring to, including a subscription 
for the erection of, 3. 336-344. The- 
atrical performance in, 1714, 12. 378. 
Burnt, 18. 365. 

Boston traders, mentioned in the Califor- 
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Boston University, 17. 36. 

Boston Waterworks, 6. 424. 

' Boston Weekly Magazine/ see 'Boston 
Magazine/ 

' Boston Weekly Messenger/ 18. 272. 

'Boston Weekly Newsletter/ see ' Boston 
Newsletter.' 

Boston Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion, donation from, 7. 297. 

Boston Young Men's Christian Union, 17. 
31. 

Bostonian Society, 20. 157, 162 n. Re- 
quests an extension of loan of articles 
from the Society's Cabinet, 19. 379. 
Articles borrowed from the Society's 
Cabinet, returned by, 20. 192. 

' Bostons/ title of, applied to Americans, 
11. 351. 

Boswell, James, 15. 308; 19. 309. His 
' Johnson/ 10 432. 

Boswell, Capt. William, death of, 14. 133. 

Botanic Garden, see Harvard University, 
Botanic Garden of. 

Boteler, Dr., his praise of strawberries, 
10. 432. 

Boteler, Alice Apsley (Lady Fenwick), 
see Fenwick. 

Botero, Giovanni, his 'Description of New 
France' cited, 5. 129. 

Botetourt, Norborne Berkeley, 3d Baron, 
14. 265. 

Botineau, Stephen, 4-354. 

Botta, Carlo Giuseppe Guglielmo, 14. 
73, 78. Nominated a Corresponding 
Member, 1. 333. Elected, 1. 333. His 
'History of the War of Independence 
of the United States of America/ 1. 
333 n. ■ 3. 384; 7. 288, 289 ; 14. 74. 

Bottrigari, Galeatio, 10. 383. 

Boucher, Madame, 17. 94. 

Boucher, Ann (Mrs. Nathaniel Cunning- 
ham), 13.412, 413; 17.95. 

Boucher, Jane, 13. 412, 413. 

Boucher, Lewis, 13. 412. 

Boucher, Lewis, the younger, 13. 412. 

Boucher, Mary, b. 1708, 13. 412. 

Boucher, Mary, b. 1710, 13. 412. 

Boucher, Sarah, 13. 412, 413. 

Boucher, Mrs. Sarah (Middlecott), wife 
of Lewis, 13. 412, 413 ; 17. 95. 

Boucher, Thomas B., 13. 412 n. 

Boudey, Moses, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Boudey, Mrs. Ruth, 14. 151. 

Boudin, William, 15. 81 n. 

Boudinot, Hon. Eltas, LL.D., 6. 397, 
398; H.23. Nominated a Correspond- 
ing Member, 1. 229. Elected, 1. 231. 
Accepts membership, 1. 233. Donation 
from, 1. 233. Vote of thanks to, 1. 
233. Extract from a letter from, 1. 
233 n. 

Bouillaud, , 5. 396. 

Bouldin, lion. Thomas T., Va., 5. 276, 
307. 

Boulter, Nathaniel, Sen., 16. 265. 



Bound, Elder, 8. 222. 

Boundary, questions of, 3. 10, 73, 148, 
149. Papers relating to, 3. 216-219. 
See also Northeast Boundary Question. 

'Boundary Disputes of Connecticut/ 19. 
385. 

Bourdaloue, Louis, 3. 383, 384. 

Bourgogne, Louis, Due de, 15. 51 n. 

Bourland, John, 12. 117. 

Bourn, Edward, naturalized, 4. 362. 

Bourn, Elisha, naturalized, 4. 362. 

Bourne, Abner, donations from, 2. 27. 

Bourne, Hon. Edward E., donation from, 
8. 171. 

Bourne, Dr. Richard, donation from, 1. 
131. 

Bourne, Rev. Richard, 17. 247. 

Bourne, Shearjashub, 15. 397 ; 19. 169, 
170, 170 m., 172, 173. 

Bourne, Sylvanus, 20. 325, 326. 

Bourquet, Mrs. Solomon (Andre), 14. 218. 

Bours, Samuel, 4. 382. 

Boutall, Lieut. Timothy, 15. 76 n. 

Boutelle, Timothy, LL.D., 19. 176. 

Bouterwek, Friedrich, 8. 138. 

Boutineau, James, 11. 393, 395; 20. 6. 

Bouton, J. M., donation from, 11. 499. 

Bouton, John Bell, 8. 483. 

Bouton, Rev. Nathaniel,/)./)., 2. 255 w. ; 
16. 258 n. Donation from, 2. 417. 

Bouty, Lieut. David, 15. 82, 82 n. 

Bouve, Edward T., 20. 245. Letter from, 
to Mr. Waterston, 20. 245, 246. 

Bouve, Thomas T., 20. 238, 239. His 
estimate of Mr. Emerson's botanical 
labors, 20. 244. Letter from, to Mr. 
Waterston, 20. 246, 247. 

Bowden, Martha, 20. 318. 

Bowditch, Mr., donation from, 1. 112. 

Bowditch, Ebenezer, 5. 500. 

Bowditch, Mrs. Elizabeth Brown (Fran- 
cis) , 5. 508. Gift from, 4. 148. Dona- 
tion from, 4. 247. 

Bowditch, Habakkuk, b. 1738, 5. 500. 

Bowditch, Henry I., M.D., 11. 165, 197, 
198; 12. 40; 15. 264; 17. 465; 19. 339; 
20. 202. Donations from, 2. 546 ; 3. 
132; 6.414; 8. 459. Letter from, re- 
lating to the ' Morton Memorials,' 11. 
85. Resolution offered by, on the death 
of Dr. Bigelow, 17. 466. 

Bowditch, J. Ingersoll, 13. 18; 18. 62 n.; 
19. 356. Donation from, 2. 445. Com- 
municates his brother's bequest, 5. 199. 

Bowditch, Mrs. Mary (Ingersoll), her 
character, 5. 501. 

Bowditch, Nathaniel, fell at Kelly's Ford, 
1863, 8. 459. A memorial volume of, 
8. 459. 

Bowditch, Nathaniel, LL.D., d. 1838, 1. 
500 n.; 20. 235, 237. Letter from, to 
Pres. Willard, 2. 490. His mathemat- 
ical powers, 5. 500. His death, 5. 500 ; 
6. 300. Eulogy on, by Hon. D. A. 
White, 6. 300, 301, 330. 



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Bowditch, Nathaniel Ingersoll, 
A.M., i. 438 n.; 4. 148, 167, 228; 7. 354; 
8.270; 9. 81; 10. 12, 442; 11. 85; 12. 
325 ; 13. 3 ; 18. 352. Donations from, 

2. 137, 411,477; 3. 132; 4. 1, 122; 5. 
87, 96, 159, 193; 6. 15. Elected a Resi- 
dent Member, 3. 128. Communication 
from, concerning the will of Hon. S. 
Appleton, 2. 597 ; 3. 5. Exhibits a 
copy of Marco Polo's Travels of 1496, 

3. 152. Of committee to examine the 
Treasurer's reports, 3. 154, 284; 4. 255, 
273. Report of the Auditing Commit- 
tee, 3. 162, 163 ; 4. 19. Report on Dr. 
Pierce's Diary, 3. 203. Joins in the 
remonstrance against the change of 
name sought by the Historic-Genea- 
logical Society, 3. 266-270. Of commit- 
tee for the examination of Dr. Pierce's 
Memoirs, 3. 281. Exhibits an interest- 
ing volume, 3. 283. Special meeting 
held at his house, 3. 333. Of Publish- 
ing Committee, 4. 19 ; 5. 152. Portrait 
of, 5. v. His death, 5. ix, 197, 198, 224; 
7. 305. Letter from, on the witchcraft 
papers, 5. 31, 32. Vote of thanks to, 

5. 37, 87, 100. Bequest from, 5. 199 ; 

6. 9, 11, 12, 426; 7. 18; 10. 170; 11. 39; 

12. 77. Portrait and memoir of, 5. 
500-512. Report of the Treasurer with 
regard to the legacy from, 6. 426. 

Bowditch, William, " settled in Salem, 

1639, 5. 500. 
Bowditch, William, son of William the 

emigrant, d. 1681, 5. 500. 
Bowditch, William, son of the 2d William, 

5. 500. 
Bowditch family, 6. 292. 
Bowditch School, name of, 6. 33. 

Bowdoin, , 7. 218. 

Bowdqin, Elizabeth, Lady Temple, see 

Temple. 
Bowdoin, Miss Elizabeth, 14. 198. 
Bowdoin, Mrs. Elizabeth (Erving), wife 

of Gov. Bowdoin, 5. 355; 6. 858; 12. 299; 

13. 153; 14 233. 

Bowdoin (Baudouin), James, monument 
of, 14. 199. 

Bowdoin, James, A.M., d. 1833, 1. 339, 
345, 347, 348, 350, 371, 374-376, 378, 
380, 384, 386, 387, 395, 397 »., 398, 400, 
407, 408, 413, 424, 425, 427, 433, 435- 
437, 448, 453, 459 ; 6. 435 ; 12. 437 ; 20. 
172. His death, 1. xliii, 468; 2. 50. 
Nominated a Resident Member, 1. 335. 
Elected, 1. 336. Of committee to pre- 
pare the index to the Collections, 1. 
340, 352. Of committee to consider 
the request for books from the Maine 
Historical Society, 1. 348. To collect 
books for the ' Societe de Ge'ographie/ 
1. 352. Of committee to collect and 
count votes, 1. 377, 407. Of Publica- 
tion Committee, 1. 381, 424, 451. Elect- 
ed a member of the Standing Commit- 



tee, 1. 387, 398, 409, 418, 427, 415, 452. 
Of committee on the communication 
from the Rhode Island Historical So- 
ciety, 1. 396. Of committee on new 
rooms, 1. 399. Recording Secretary, 
-pro tempore, 1. 408. Of committee to 
audit the Treasurer's accounts, 1. 426, 
427 w. Vote of thanks to, for plates to 
'Journals of Parliament/ 1. 426. Of 
committee on exchange of books with 
Mr. Adams, 1. 453. Presents report of 
the committee, 1. 4BQ. Letter of, to 
Pres. Quincy, suggesting a meeting of 
the committee on new rooms, 1. 454 n. 
Elected Librarian, 1. 456. Of commit- 
tee on exchange of pamphlets, 1. 457. 
To loan Mr. Daggett the ' Account of 
Attleborough/ 1. 458. To superintend 
removal of Library, 1. 458. Con- 
tributes to purchase the Society's build- 
ing, 1. 465 m. Death of, announced, 1. 
468. Mr. Merrill appointed to prepare 
a memoir of, 1. 468?/,., 477. His place 
on the committee for preparing an in- 
dex, made vacant by death, 2. 50. His 
place on the committee supplied, 2. 52. 
His knowledge of antiquarian matters, 

6. 250, 251. 

Bowdoin, Gov. James, LL.D., B.C. 1745, 
d. 1790, 1. 14; 3. 179, 304; 4. 44, 287 ; 
5. 465; 7. 183, 218, 294, 295; 8. 297, 
298, 320, 322, 473, 474 ; 9. 69 ; 10. 99; 

11. 140; 12. 207 n., 226,322, 427; 13. 
44, 126, 128, 186, 192, 800; 14. 199, 232; 
15. 66, 328; 16. 43-45, 48, 177, 179, 299; 
17. 132, 173, 458; 18. 243, 436 ; 20. 211. 
Correspondence with Gov. Pownall to, 
2. 488,489, 489 n.; 5. 237-248. Auto- 
graph letter from B. Franklin to, pre- 
sented, 3. 179. Correspondence with 
Gen. Lafayette, 3. 836; 5. 348-356. 
Letter from, to the Governor of Mary- 
land, 4 120, 121. Of committee to form 
the Constitution of Massachusetts, 5. 
88 ; 18. 245. Letter to, from Gen. N. 
St. Clair, 6. 356-358. Letter to, from 
Hon. S. Dexter, 6 359-361. Poem 
dedicated to, by Phillis Wheatley, 7. 
166. Letters to, from Rev. W: Gordon, 

7. 291-297. Opposes removing the 
General Court to Boston, 1772, 7. 294. 
Letter to, 8. 85, 86. Letter of Gov. 
Bernard, vindicating himself against, 

8. 86, 87. Perhaps author of the in- 
scription on Beacon Hill Monument, 8. 
275. Letter to, from Hon. Ruf us King, 

9. 7. Letters of Sir John Temple to, 

12. 208-211. Letters to Samuel Ad- 
ams, 12. 227-229. Extracts from a 
letter of, to Dr. Franklin, introducing 
Josiah Quincy, Jr., 13. 153, 154. Let- 
ters of St. John de Creveeceur to, 13. 
237-240. His diploma as LL.D. from 
University of Edinburgh, 14. 205, Let- 
ter of, 14. 233. His gift to the Brattle 



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Street Church, 19. 75. See Bowdoin 
Papers. 

Bowdoin, Hon. James, H. C. 1771, d. 
1811, founder of Bowdoin College, and 
son of Gov. Bowdoin, 10. 108; 14 232. 

Bowdoin (Baudouin), Pierre, 14 198, 199. 

Bowdoin, William, 2. 73 n., 74 m.; 12. 417. 

Bowdoin, William, 4. 354. 

Bowdoin, Lieut. William, 15. 81, 81 n. 

Bowdoin College, 1. 390; 10. 107; 11. 258; 
13. 440 ; 14. 198; 16. 385 n. ; 17. 6, 15, 
85 ; 18. 43, 303 ; 20. 100. Vote to give 
the Collections to, 1. 241 ; 2. 69 n. Books 
given by Mr. T. Walleut to, 2. 204, 
205. Donations from the trustees of, 
5. 1, 196 ; 6. 31)1; 7. 168, 347, 408; 8. 1, 
253, 463 ; 10. 40, 85, 206 ; 11. 498. 

Bowdoin College Library, asks for vol- 
umes of the Collection, 4. 425. Thanks 
from, 4. 438. 

Bowdoin Papers, 5. 348, 465; 7. 165, 267. 
Letters from, 9. 69. 

Bowdoin School, name of, 6. 33. 

Bowdoin Square, 7. 272 n. 

Bowdoin Street, former name of a por- 
tion of, 6. 31. 

Bowdoinham, Me., 12. 405, 403, 417. 

Bowdoinham Association, minutes of, 1. 
177. 

Bo wen, , 7. 188. 

Bowen, Abel, 6. 37, 38. 

Bowen, Charles, donations from, 2. 257, 
432. 

Bowen, Clarence W., his ' Boundary Dis- 
putes of Connecticut/ 19. 385. 

Bowen, Eman, his map of British Amer- 
ica, 1.415; 2.524,525. 

Bowen, Francis, LL.D., 9. 176; 10. 358, 
442; 14. 18; 16. 163; 17-283. Dona- 
tions from, 2. 249, 264, 268, 299, 803, 
310, 331, 341, 351, 354, 361, 365, 880, 
411, 412, 424, 430, 435; 4-235. Nom- 
inated a Resident Member, 2. 325. 
Elected, 2. 328. Accepts membership, 
2. 336. Present at meetings of the So- 
ciety, 2. 338, 354, 363, 551, 552. To 
arrange the manuscripts, 3. 47. Tribute 
of, to Prof. Wyman, 13. 320. Ap- 
pointed to prepare a memoir of him, 
13. 324. Excused from writing the me- 
moir of Prof. Wyman, 13. 424. Resigns 
membership, 16. 36. His Sketch of 
James Otis, 1. 431. His 'Life of Gen. 
Lincoln ' cited, 6. 169. 

Bowen, Mrs. H. W., letter from, read, n. 
130. 

Bowen, John, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 266. 

Bowen, Lieut. Levi, 15. 84, 84 n., 154. 

Bowers, Isaac, and Mrs. Isaac, 5. 265. 

Bowers, Rev. John, 8. 12, 20, 25. 

Bowery, 3. 124. Origin of its name, 3. 
124. 

Bowes, James L., gift from, 18. 431. 

Bowes, Nicholas, 7. 204; 11. 140. 



Bowes, William, 11. 140, 392, 395; 13. 
200; 15. 351. A refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 266. 

Bowes, Mrs. William, death of, 15. 351. 

Boweyer, Daniel, 11. 140. 

Bowker, Lieut. John, 15. 83, 83 n. 

Bowles, Caroline, lines by, quoted, 19. 
389. 

Bowles, John, 8. 14, 22, 27. 

Bowles, Major John, 16. 396. 

Bowles, John & Son, Messrs., 14. 169. 

Bowles, Leonard C, 8. 282. Donation 
from, 7. 376. 

Bowles, Mary {Mrs. Lynde), 16. 396. 

Bowles, T., 14. 169. 

Bowles & Carver, Messrs., 18. 68. 

Bowling, Carrington, 11. 389. 

Bowling, W. K., donation from, 10. 206. 

Bowling Green, Va., 19. 71. 

Bowman, Archibald, a refugee from Bos- 
ton in 1776, 18. 266. 

Bowman, Rev. Daniel, 11. 140. 

Bowman, Jonathan, 20. 168. 

Bowman, Rev. Jonathan, 15. 346; 20. 213. 

Bowman, Rev. Joseph, 14. 296. 

Bowman, Samuel, 17. 159. 

Bowman, Lieut. Solomon, 15. 80. 

Bow master, Copt, 16. 97. 

Bowne, Major, 15. 160. 

Bowne, Hon. Walter, 17. 426. 

Bowyer, William, the printer, 7. 130 ; 12. 
310 ; 13. 122. 

Box, Daniel, 15. 87, 143. 

Box of woods of historical interest pre- 
sented to the Society, 3. 133. 

Boxer, British brig, action with the ' En- 
terprise/ 15. 188. 

Boxford, Mass., 12. 395, 399, 400; 18. 42, 
43. 

Boyd, Capt., donation from, 1. 131. 
Brings grain to Salem from Hartford, 
donated to the poor in 1774, 4. 223; 15. 
860. 

Boyd, Mr., King Street, Guildhall, 19. 216. 

Boyd, Hugh, his notes of Chatham's 
speeches, Jan. 20, 1775, 7. 393. One of 
the putative authors of * Junius/ zz. 9. 

Boyd, Capt. John, Z5. 84. 

Boyd, Gen. John P., 18. 347. Donation 
from, z. 282. Vote of thanks to, z. 282. 

Boyd, Thomas, 20. 88. 

Boyd, William, 15. 75. 

Boydell, John, 13. 103, 417. 

Boyden, Uriah A., Z7. 283. 

Boye, Herman, 17. 196??., 197 n. His map 
of Virginia, z. 427 n. 

Boyer, Mary Ann (Johonnot), 4. 353 n. 

Boyer, Peter, zz. 140 ; 13. 200 ; 14. 110. 

Boyes, Antipas, Kennebec lands sold to, 
7. 369. 

Boyle, Mr., donation from, to Harvard 
College, 6. 354. 

Boyle, Isaac, D.D., donations from, 2. 171, 
410. 

Boyle, Col. J., z. xxiii. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Boyle, Sir Robert, i. 33, 39 ; 5. 388, 391; 

10. 324; 16. 207, 210, 217, 219, 229, 238, 

239, 244, 246, 248, 249, 251 ; 17. 249, 

253; 20. 267, 2G8. Letter from, to 

J : Winthrop, 5. 376, 377. Dedication 

of Eliot's Indian Bible to, 5. 378, 379. 

Letters to, from Gov. Winthrop of 

Connecticut, 16. 218, 219, 229. Letters 

of the Apostle Eliot to, 17. 251-253. 

Boyles, , 17. 198. 

Boylston, Mr., 16. 291. 

Boylston, Mrs., mother of Mr. Thomas 

Boylston, death of, 15. 349. 
Boylston, Rebecca (Mrs. Gill), portrait 

of, by Copley, 12. 322. Date of her 

marriage, 15. 341. 
Boylston, Thomas, 7. 202 ; 15. 349. 
Boylston, Ward Nicholas, 2. 161 ; 17. 

400. 
Boylston, Zabdiel, M.D., his 'Account of 

Inoculation/ 1. 18. 
Boylston Hall, Harvard College, 13. 131. 
Boylston Medical Committee, 18. 134 n. 
Boylston Prizes, 17. 400, 401. 
Boylston Street, 6. 30. View of, in 1800, 

presented, 9. 252. 
Boyne, battle of the, 20. 343. 
Boyne, man-of-war, 4. 224 ; 5-53; 7. 218. 
Boynton, George W., maps engraved by, 

6. 36-39. 
Boynton, Lieut. Ephraim, 15. 76. 
Boynton, Mrs. Perkins, donation from, 8. 

463. 
Boynton, Capt. Richard, 11. 140. 
Boynton, Thomas, extracts from the 

Journal of, 15. 254, 255. 
Boyonton, Mr., 6. 261. 
Bozoone, Allen, 20. 323. 
Bozrah, Conn., 18. 270. 
Brace, Anna Pierce (Mrs. Loring), 11. 

282. 
Bracegirdle, Rev. John, 17. 256, 257, 261. 
Bracken, Rev. John, 15. 232, 233. 
Brackenlierry, John, 12. 117. 
Brackenborough, Judge, 15. 393. 
Brackenbury, Samuel, 8. 13, 22, 27 ; 10. 

403. 

Bracket, , Braintree, 7. 237. 

Bracket, Dr., 19 222. 

Bracket, Ano., 16. 264. 

Brackett, James, 20. 323. 

Brackett, Joshua, 5. 2, 3, 5, 6; 8. 321 ; 11. 

140; 20. 338. Letter to, from John 

Hurd, 5. 2, 3. Letters to, from W: 

Whipple, 5. 3-6. 
Brackett, Mrs. Joshua, 5. 3, 4 ; 16. 10 n. 
Bradbury, Capt. Charles, donation from, 

2. 92. 
Bradbury, Jacob, 14. 149 ; 20. 320. 
Bradbury, Gov. James W., 4. 94. 
Bradbury, Hon. John, 20. 169. 
Bradbury, Mrs. L. A., gift from, 17. 78. 
Bradbury, Mrs. Mary, 20. 314-316, 319. 
Bradbury, Hon. Theophilus (?), 19. 153. 
Bradbury, Thomas, 16. 279 ; 20. 320. 



Bradbury, Thomas, his will, 10. 485. 
Bradbury, Rev. Thomas, his * Ass or the 

Serpent/ 1. 7,21. 
Bradbury & Goodwin, arms of, 11. 2. 
Bradbury, William, 20. 320. 
Bradbury, Wyniond, the elder, 20. 319. 
Bradbury, Wymond, the younger, 20. 319. 
Braddock, Gen. Edward, '4. 45, 341 n., 414; 

12. 321 ; 14. 263; 15. 402; 17. 118. Pa- 
per relating incidents in his campaign, 
by Mr. Washburn, 3. 230-237. Discov- 
ery of his remains, 3. 231-234. His 
expedition, 3. 261 ; 11. 323. Plan of 
the battle-field of his defeat exhibited, 
17. 118, 119. Orme's 'Journal' of his 
campaign cited, 3. 235. Sparks's ' No- 
tice ' of his defeat cited, 3. 235. 

Bradford, , of the firm Bradford &f 

Inskeep, the family of, remembered in 
the will of Miss Townsend, 5. 204. 

Bradford, Capt., 6. 860. 

Bradford, Alden, LL.D., i. 62, 106, 126, 
139, 223, 225, 226, 228, 229, 233-235, 
239, 244, 245, 252, 253, 259, 262-264, 
266, 272, 277, 279, 281, 283-285, 289, 
342 n., 373, 500 n.; 12. 105, 171, 434; 

13. 130, 218-220, 224-232. Nominated 
a Resident Member, 1. 44. Elected, 1. 
47. Donations from, 1. 89, 177, 253; 2. 
87, 100, 139, 181, 217, 247, 251. Of 
Publication Committee, 1. 228, 241, 
273. Of committee to apply for the 
deposit of the Prince Library, 1. 236, 
237, 269. Motion of, 1. 259. Of com- 
mittee to collect and count votes, 1. 
259, 264, 265. Resigns membership. 1. 
286. Vote of thanks to, 1. 287. Re- 
quested to prepare a memoir of Mr. 
Joshua Thomas, 1. 334. Asked to write 
a memoir of Mr. G. Bradford, 1. 374. 
Letter from, 2. 60. His paper of errata 
in the Collections, 2. 60, 01 n. To re- 
ceive a diploma, 2. 65. Subject of 
lectures delivered by him, 2. 79, 80, 
226 n. Information and records re- 
lating to the • Hutchinson Papers/ 2. 
436 77.-440 ?2.; 3. 149 n. ; 10. 120-122, 
127,129-131. The donor of the 'Hutch- 
inson Papers/ 11. 338-341. Letter 
from, 10. 121, 122. His 'Notes on 
Duxbury/ 1. 285. His 'Memoir of 
James Winthrop' cited, 1. 338??. His 
' Life of Dr. May hew/ 5. 434 n. His 
'History of Massachusetts' cited, 13. 
162 11. His 'Biography of Robert T. 
Paine/ 15. 393. His ' Speeches of the 
Governors of Mass.' cited, 20. 226 n. 

Bradford, Rev. Ebenezer, sermon by, pre- 
sented, 12. 82. 

Bradford, Rev. Ephraim P., of committee 
to inquire into matters pertaining to 
Dartmouth College, 6. 291. 

Bradford, Gamaliel, A.M., d. 1824, 1. 
108, 110, 120, 127, 144, 156, 158, 165, 
166, 187, 188, 215, 219, 220, 223, 228, 



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233-235, 239, 240, 243, 244, 266, 274, 
330,347. His death, i. xlii. Nominated 
a Resident Member, i. 107. Elected, i. 
107. Donation from, i. 139. Of com- 
mittee to examine the Treasurer's ac- 
counts, i. 228, 285, 336. Mr. A. Brad- 
ford asked to prepare a memoir of, i. 
374. ' Memoir of ' cited, i. 374 n. 

Bradford, Gamaliel, A.B., io. 164. 
Elected a Resident Member, 16. 161. 

Bradford, Capt. Gamaliel, 2. 392; 19. 59; 
20. 35. 

Bradford, Gamaliel, MJX, i. 385, 387, 
392, 395, 398, 417, 424, 427, 456, 464, 
. 468, 470, 472-475, 479, 485, 485 n. y 487, 
494, 497, 500; 8. 252 ; 14. 392 ; 20. 172. 
His death, 1. xliii; 2. 141 n. Nominated 
a Resident Member, 1. 378. Elected, 
1. 381. Of committee to ask for por- 
traits from the Clark family, 1. 394. 
Of committee to audit the Treasurer's 
accounts, 1. 398. Of committee to col- 
lect and count votes, 1. 427. Elected 
Recording Secretary, 1. 467, 489 ; 2.3. 
Recording Secretary, 1. 467, 468, 470- 
472, 474, 486, 503, 504; 2. 12-14, 207. 
Of committee to furnish the new Li- 
brary room, 1. 469. Of committee on 
a course of lectures, 1. 470-472, 477, 
478 n. Of committee on exchange of 
books with Dr. Adams, 1. 473. Dona- 
tions from, 1. 475, 496, 500 ; 2. 35, 61. 
Of committee on diplomas, 1. 494. 
Reads a letter from Judge Davis to the 
Society, 2. 12, 13. Resigns position of 
Recording Secretary, 2. 13. To pro- 
cure a nomination book, for names to 
be considered by the Standing Com- 
mittee, 2. 14. Present at meetings of 
the Society, 2. 3, 12, 14, 17, 21, 28, 50, 
51, 56, 65, 72, 79, 84, 86, 88, 90, 92, 94, 
99, 100, 102, 104, 109, 112, 115, 119, 129, 
131, 135-137, 139. Of Scrutinizing 
Committee, 2. 49, 91. Statement con- 
cerning a catalogue of births, etc., in 
Cambridge, 2. 52. Memoir of, 2. 141 n. 
Dr. Francis to prepare a memoir of, in 
place of Dr. Ripley, 2. 171. Publica- 
tion of his ' Memoir/ 3. 141 n. 

Bradford, George P., donation from, 7. 
139. 

Bradford, Capt. John, 11. 140; 15. 77, 
77 n. 

Bradford, Major John, grandson of Gov. 
Bradford, 3.' 22; 19. 66', 107, 109,'l09rc., 
110. Recipient of the Bradford manu- 
script, 3. 22 ; 19. GO, 107. 

Bradford, Rev. John, i. 381. His death, 
1. xlii, 379 n. Nominated a Resident 
Member, 1. 109. Elected, 1. 110. ' Me- 
moir of,' by Dr. Newell, 1. 382. 

Bradford, Joseph, 11. 140. 

Bradford, Margaret Stevenson {Mrs. 
Ames), 19. 59 ; 20 35. 

Bradford, Perez, donation from, 1. 89. 



Bradford, Samuel, entered the Boston 
Latin School, 1766, 17. 217. 

Bradford, Samuel, 1705, 19. 107, 109. 

Bradford, Samuel, donation from, 2. 
243. 

Bradford, Samuel, gift from, 18. GG. Vote 
of thanks to, 18. 66. 

Bradford, Capt. Samuel, 15. 77, 77 n. 

Bradford, Sarah Alden (Mrs. Ripley), 2. 
392. 

Bradford, William, 10. 318. 

Bradford, Gov. William, 1. 193 n. ; 2. 382; 
3. 19, 34 ; 4. 127, 142, 162, 164 ; 6. 5, 30, 
71 n.; 8. 464; 10 39; 11. 94; 12. 8, 98 n., 
341,436; 13. 70, 114, 410 n. ; 14. 304, 
366-368, 372 ; 15. 395, 396; 16. Ill, 195, 
200, 201, 205; 17. 65, 65 rc., 129, 302, 
303 ; 18. 210, 299, 440-442 ; 19. 67, 108, 
425 ; 20. 35, 64, 66, 72 n., 73, 84, 85, 96, 
97, 179, 180, 209, 229. A fragment of 
his Letter-Book found at Halifax, and 
presented, 1. 52; 3. 19, 20; 19. 391. 
Description of the MS. 'History of Ply- 
mouth/ 3. 19. Discovery of his MS. 
< History/ 3 19-24; 5. 322; 9. 345; 10. 
319, 330; 19. 65, GG, 107, 109. His 
disposition of his MS. ' Historv/ 3. 22; 
19. GG, 107, 109. Visited by Pere 
Druillettes, 3. 34. Extract from his 
will, 4. 144; 11. 465 n. Mr. C: Deane 
desires to print a manuscript written 
by, 6. 415. Letter from Surgeon Puller 
concerning the distress at Charlestown, 
6. 475, 476. Charter granted to him 
and his associates, 7. 361) ; 9. 24, 25, 33. 
Elected Governor of Plymouth Colony, 
9. 22. Baptized at Austerfield, 9. 348. 
Letter from Thomas Dudley to, 11. 217. 
Account of his * Dialogue between Old 
Men and Young Men, concerning the 
Church and the Government thereof/ 
11. 396-406. Facsimile of a page of the 
'Dialogue/ 11. 406. His 'Dialogue' 
printed, 11. 407-464. Remarks by the 
President on the manuscript of his 'His- 
tory/ 19. 99,100. Account by Mr. Win- 
sor of the transmission of this manu- 
script, 19. 106-122. His ' Register of 
Deaths, Marriages, and Punishments/ 1. 
52 n. His Letter-Book, 1. 52 ; 3. 19, 20; 

19. 391. His 'History of Plymouth/ 1. 
52 n., 409 ».; 2. 382, 602 n., 603 n. ; 3. iv, 
19-24, 267; 9. 21-23; 10. 159, 377 n.; 11. 
400, 478 n. ; 12. 2, 102, 315; 13. 138, 315, 
391 ; 14. 362 n. ; 16. 41, 111 n., 195-197, 
200 n., 201 n., 205 n. ; 17. 3, 41; 19. 391; 

20. 62 n., 63 n., 73 n., 84 n., 85 n., 182, 
184. ' Descriptive Account of New 
England/ 3. 317 ; 4. 145. His ' Dia- 
logue/ 11. 396-464 ; 12. 72. Verses by, 
11. 465-482; 15 394. Extract from 
his ' History of Plymouth/ 20. 71. See 
Bradford Manuscript. 

Bradford, Judge William, letter from, to 
Col. R: Varick, 5. 48-50. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Bradford, Lt.-Gov. William, R. I. (1789), 
ii. 29. 

Bradford, Major William, son of Gov. 
Wm. Bradford, and Deputy- Governor of 
Plymouth Colon)/, 3. 22; 10. 22; 19. 107. 
The transfer of the MS. 'History/ 3. 
22 ; 19. 66, 107, 109. 

Bradford & Iuskeep, publishers of the 
' Portfolio,' 5. 204. 

Bradford, Mass., 10. 352 ; 12. 394, 395, 398, 
400. 

Bradford Manuscript, 3. iv, 39, 168 ; 19. 
243. Circumstances attending the dis- 
covery of, 3. 19-24; 5.322; 9. 345; 10. 
319, 330; 19. 65, 06. Description of, 
3. 19, 21 ; 19. 106, 107. Edited by Mr. 
Deane, and published in the Collec- 
tions, 3. 90, 138, 267. Copies of the 
volume sent to the Bishops of Oxford 
and London, and to the Fulham Li- 
brary, 3. 91,92. Summary in Hutch- 
inson's 'History' similar to, 3. 138. 
Number of copies assigned to Little & 
Brown, 3. 160. Remarks by Dr. Ellis 
on its proposed restoration to this 
country, 19. 64, 65; by Mr. Deane, ig. 
65, 66 ; by Dr. Hoppin, 19. 67. Book- 
plate in, 19. 66. Mr. Winsor's paper 
on the history of, 19. 106-122. See 
Bradford, Gov. William. 

Bradish, Ebenezer, innkeeper of Cambridge, 
11. 10,31; 15.97; 17. 157. 

Bradish, Ebenezer, lawyer of Worcester , 
15 397 ; 19. 159, 165. 

Bradish, Hon. Luther, 4. 101 ; 12. 292. 
Letter from, 2. 595. Elected an Hon- 
orary Member, 6. 471. His death, 7. 
xiii. Accepts membership, 7. 115. 
Remarks on his death, 7. 143, 144. 

Bradlee, Rev. Caleb D., donations from, 3. 
114, 182 ; 4. 107, 286, 391 ; 5. 1, 30, 159, 
196, 227, 309 ; 6. 331 ; 7. 1, 100 ; 9. 177 ; 
10. 40,469,484; 11. 499. 

Bradlee, Frederic H., 19. 357. 

Bradlee, John T., 4 98, 98 n. President 
of Mount Auburn Cemetery, 17. 435, 
436. Letter from Dr. Bigelow to, 17. 
435, 436. 

Bradlee, Joseph P., contributes to pur- 
chase the Society's building, 1. 465 n. 

Bradlee, Josiah Putnam, 19. 357. 

Bradlee, Nathaniel J., 19. 357. 

Bradley, , 17. 209, 210. 

Bradley, Mr., a farmer of Greenfield, 
Conn., 11. 18. 

Bradley, Mrs., 17. 210. 

Bradley, Benjamin & Co., money paid to, 
for binding, 6. 10; 10. 169; 11. 36, 247, 
248. 

Bradley, Judge Charles S., proposed as 
arbiter in the case of the ' Hutchinson 
Papers,' 12 269. 

Bradley, Charles William, letter from, 
concerning the Trumbull Manuscripts, 
2. 355. Donation from, 2. 539. 



Bradley, David, 19. 176. 

Bradley, Lieut. David, 15. 80. 

Bradley, John, 14. 137. 

Bradley, S., 11. 18. 

Bradley, W. L., donation from, 7. 347. 

Bradshaw, Richard, 14. 367. 

Bradstreet, , 8. 357. 

Bradstreet, Mrs. Anne, poems of, noticed, 

15. 394, 395. 
Bradstreet, Col. Dudley, 14. 132, 145. 

Refuses to serve in Gov. Dudley's 

council, 7. 485 n. 
Bradstreet, Rev. Dudley, d. 1714, 8. 30. 
Bradstreet, Col. John, letter to, from Sir 

Jeffery Amherst, 7. 101. 
Bradstreet (Broadstreet), Samuel, II. C. 

1653, 8. 12, 21, 26. 
Bradstreet, Simon, H.C. 1700, 8. 30. 
Bradstreet, Gov. Simon, d. 1697, 8. 20; 

10. 391 ; 12. 120 ; 13. 79 ; 14. 124 n. ; 15. 

217; 17. 106, 110, 129, 220, 222, 222 n., 

223, 348; 18. 390; 19. 96; 20. 162 n. 

Portrait of, 6. 17. Letter from Roger 

Williams to, 6. 49, 50. His action in 

England in regard to the Narragansett 

Patent, 6. 65 n. Re-elected governor, 

7. 485, 485 n. Refuses to serve in Gov. 

Dudley's council, 7. 485 n. 
Bradstreet (Broadstreet), Rev. Simon, 

H.C. 1660, 8. 13,21,26. 
Bradstreet, Rev. Simon, H. C. 1693, 8. 

29. 
Bradstreet Avenue, 6. 5. 
Brady, Rev. N., DO., 20. 152. 
Bragden, Arthur, 14. 136. 
Bragdon, Capt. Joshua, 15. 82. 

Bragg, , 4. 401. 

Bragg, Rev. Mr., 10. 160. 

Bragg, Arral, donation from, 2. 532. 

Brain, Benjamin, 11. 205. 

Brain, James, 11. 205. 

Brainard, David, 2. 493 n. 

Braine, Thomas, 19. 237, 239. 

Brainerd, Rev. David, 12. 36. 

Braintree, Mass., 3. 217, 218, 281, 324; 4. 

43 ; 5. 90, 310; 6. 60, 62 ; 7 237, 238, 

243, 246, 247, 253-255, 258 ; 10. 51 ; 12. 

52, 394, 395, 400 ; 16. 303, 305 n. ; 18. 

16; 19. 150-152 n., 377; 20. 121, 360. 

' Result of an Ecclesiastical Council 

at,' 1. 12. Origin of the name of, 12. 

396. 
Braman, Rev. Isaac, 1. 344; 16. 119. 
Brandenburg, ' Geographical Account of 

the States of the House of,' 1. 113. 
Brandon, Lord, 13. 109. 
Brandon, John, a refugee from Boston in 

1776, 18. 266. 
Brandt, Joseph (Thayandenega), 19. 405, 

407, 408, 416. 
Brandy wine, battle of, 5. 221. 
Brandywine, ship, 5. 357. 
Branford, Conn., 17. 147, 347 ; 20. 403. 

Brantry, , 6. 349. 

Brash & Reid, Messrs., 1. 197 n. 



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Brasseur de Bourbourg, Abbe, sketch of, 
4. 280, 281. On,Bernal Diaz del Cas- 
tillo, 4. 282. 
Brattle, Lieut. Ebenezer, 15. 80. 
Brattle, Mrs. Elizabeth, sudden death of, 

20. 121. 
Brattle, Katherine {Mrs. Winthrop), 19. 

329. 

Brattle, Thomas, d. 1713, 8. 23, 27 ; 12. 

370, 371; 14. 223; 17. 131; 20. 210. 

Book of early accounts used by, at 

Harvard College, 6. 337 n., 341-351. 

Letter from, to Capt. Edward Pelham, 

6. 315. Kennebec lands sold to, 7. 369. 

Brattle, Thomas, A At., d. 1801, 11. 

140; 19. 210, 219 His death, 1. xlii, 

140 n. Nominated a Resident Member, 

1.104. Elected, 1. 106. ' Memoir of,' 

cited, 1. 140 n, 145, 151. 

Brattle, Gen. William, IPC. 1722, 8. 351, 

352, 354; 11. 140; 12. 322; 15. 338; 

19. 216; 20.9, 140. (1 Old B— le) 8. 

399. A refugee from Boston in 1776, 

18. 266. 

Brattle, Rev. William, II. C. 1680, 2. 449?i.; 

3. 288 ; 6. 341, 312 ; 8. 23, 28, ,34 ; 10. 

162, 324; 12. 369; 14. 223, 224; 16. 58; 

17. 263, 274 n., 280. His ' Compendium 

of Logic/ 10. 162. 

Brattle Manuscript, donation of, to Mr. 

Sibley, 6. 354. 
Brattle Street, Boston, Mass., 6. 27. 
Brattle Street Church, Boston, 1. 44, 45; 
3. 309; 10. 48; 12. 65; 15. 173, 391, 
391 n. ; 16. 391, 408 ; 17. 113 n, 166 ; 18. 
279 ; 19. 75, 127, 128, 179, 390 ; 20. 189, 
192, 401. Matters pertaining to, 2. 466, 
467. Edward Everett the pastor of, 8. 
115-117. The Church vs. Grant, 10. 
76. Relic of, presented, 12. 219. Dedi- 
cated, 15. 34. A model of, offered to 
the Society, 15. 264 ; 16. 166. Vote of 
the Society to receive, 15. 264. New 
bell in, 15. 361. Part of the pulpit and 
the deacons' seat deposited in the So- 
ciety's Cabinet, 18. 436. 
Brattle Street parsonage, 3. 88. 
Brattleborough, Vt., 18. 16 i. 
'Brattle's Gardens,' Cambridge, Mass., 11. 

10. 
Brauwer, Adrian, 13. 317. 
Brawn, Eleanor (Mrs. Rhodes), 14. 152. 
Brawn, Elizabeth (Mrs. Thomas), 14. 152. 
Brawn, George, marriage of, 14 151. 
Brawn, John, killed by Indians, 14. 140. 
Brawn, Michael, 14. 140 w. 
Brawn, Mrs. Sarah, 14. 151. 
Brawnde, Edward, 18. 91. 
Braxton, Carter, 15. 393. 
Brav, Lieut. John, 15. 86. , 

Bray, Rev. Thomas, D.D., 18. 425. His 
'Catechetical Lectures,' 18. 427. His 
'Bibliotheca Parochialis/ 18. 430. 
Braybrooke, Charles C. Neville, bth Lord, 
12. 336. 



Braybrooke, Richard Griffin, Lord, 
12.437; 13. 74,75; 19. 243. Nominated 
a Corresponding Member, 2. 340. Elect- 
ed, 2. 342. Accepts memberships. 354. 
His death, 4. 20. 

Brazen, Thomas, see Waterhouse, S. 

Brazer, Rev. John, D.D., donation from, 
2. 258. 

Brazier, Benjamin, 20. 124. 

Brazil, 6. 248. Historical and Geograph- 
ical Society of, see lnstituto Historico e 
Geografico Brasileiro, Rio da Janeiro. 

Brazos, Santiago, 7. 412. 

Bread, a specimen of, used in the Revolu- 
tionary War, donated to the Society, 3. 
112. 

Breast-pin, a relic of S: Adams and J: 
Hancock, 4. 44. 

Brebeuf, Father, eaten by the Iroquois, 4. 
278. 

Breck, Capt., of the 'Despatch,' 7. 427. 

Breck, Arnold, killed by Indians, 14. 
131. 

Breck, Edward, Esq., donation from, 9. 1. 

Breck, Robert, donations from, 1. 68, 74. 

Breck, Rev. Robert, 8 30. 

Breck, Samuel, the eider, 3. 310 n.; 5. 355; 

7. 211, 215; 8.319, 321, 333, 349, 357, 
374, 380, 405, 407; 12. 61, 64. His wife, 

8. 352, 390, 407. 

Breck, Samuel, the son, d. 1862, 8. 316. 
Notes on John Andrews's letters by, 
8 319-321. Donation from, 2. 263. 
Letter to, from James Lloyd, 7. 369- 
372. The c Recollections of,' cited, 17. 
364 n. 

Breck, Mrs. Samuel, 7. 211, 245. 

Breck, William, n. 140. 

Breckenridge, Vice-Pres. John C, 4. 92. 

Breda, Carl Fredrik von, 10. 277. 

Breda, treaty of, 15. 18. 

• Breeches Bible/ 18 363. 

Breed, Ebenezer & John, 11. 308. 

Breed, Josiah, 15. 90. 

Breed's Hill, 4. 259; 7. 360. Cannon-balls 
found on, 7. 302. Woodcut of the mon- 
ument erected in 1794, 14. 65. See 
Bunker Hill. 

Breeze, Arthur, 19. 417. 

Bremen, Adam of, 13. 353, 362 ; 18. 22. 

Bremer, John L., 19. 356. 

Bremerhaven, explosion at, 14. 205. 

Brentford, John (Gov. William Brad- 
ford), 3. 34. 

Brentford, town of, 6. 66 n. 

Brenton, Ebenezer, 4. 256, 257. 

Brenton, James, 17. 293. 

Brenton, William, 3. 338. 

Brenton, William, Collector of Boston, 2. 
298 n. 

Brenton, William, Pres. of R. L., d. 1674, 
assertion concerning the Narragansett 
Patent, 6. 50. Copy of the Narragan- 
sett Patent shown to, 6. 65 n. 

Brenton's Neck, 1775, 7. 220. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Brereton, John, manuscript copy of the 
volume of, given to the Society, 2. 116. 
Manuscript of, 2. 119. 

Brereton, William, Lord, 16. 207, 210,212, 
213, 215, 216, 220, 238, 249-251; 20. 
63. Letter from, to Gov. Winthrop, 16. 
215. Letter from Winthrop to, 16. 219, 
220. 

Brerevvood, Edward, 17. 173. 

Bression Aymer, 13 381. 

Breton, Cape, 7. 476. Conquest of, rec- 
ommended to the French King, 1782, 7. 
265. 

Brett, Claes, 10. 389. 

Brevoort, Henry, letter of Sir Walter 
Scott to, on receipt of a copy of Irv- 
ing's 'Knickerbocker/ 4. 397; 12. 141. 

Brevoort, J. Carson, 17. 119. Elected 
a Corresponding Member of the Soci- 
ety, 4. 228. Donations from, 4. 397 ; 5. 
26, 104; 7. 300; 8. 480; 10. 134. Vote 
of thanks to, 4. 424. 

Brewer, Rev. Daniel, 8. 28. 

Brewer, Col. David, 14. 295 ; 15. 84, 85, 

128, 154, 160. Officers of the regiment 
of, 15. 84, 84 n. 

Brewer, Lieut. David, Jr., 15. 84. 

Brewer, LAeut. Elisha, 15. 83. 

Brewer, Gardner, 10. 413; 20. 359, 364. 

Brewer, Isaac G , 10 89. 

Brewer, Capt. James, 20. 13. Letter to, 
from Maj.-Gen. Heath, 6. 260, 261. 

Brewer, Lieut. John, 14. 100. 

Brewer, Col. Jonathan, 6. 178; 12. 201; 
15. 83, 85, 110, 129, 159, 160. Officers 
of the regiment of, 15. 83, 83 n. 

Brewer, Nathaniel, 20. 7. 

Brewer, Nathaniel, donation from, 1. 39. 

Brewer, Brigade Major Samuel, 15. 87. 

Brewer, Lieut. Samuel, 15. 83, 143 n., 150. 

Brewster, Mr., 1. 155 n. 

Brewster, Charles Warren, his 'Rambles 
about Portsmouth ' cited, 14. 122 n., 
130 n.; 16. Gn., 8n. 

Brewster, Edward, son of William, 12. 98«. 

Brewster, Job, 1. 114 n. 

Brewster, John, 16. 264. 

Brewster, Jonathan, 12. 99 n. Letter 
from, 5. 38, 39. 

Brewster, Rev. Nathaniel, LL.C. 1642, 4. 
441 ; 8. 11, 20, 25. 

Brewster, Osmyn, 2. 227 n. 

Brewster, William, 1609, 12. 99 n. 

Brewster, William, 12. 98 n. 

Brewster, William, father of Elder Brew- 
ster, 12. 102, 129. 

Brewster, Eider William, 1. 113 n.; 4. 142, 
144 ; 9. 318; 10. 80; 11. 94; 12. 98-103, 

129, 342; 14. 304; 17. 303, 340-342, 344, 
348; 18. 210; 19. 108, 425; 20. 97. 
Sword of, 1. 114; 4. 6, 142. Letter of 
Sir John Stanhope relating to his (W. 
B.'s) appointment as Postmaster of 
Scrooby, 12. 98-100. Children of, 12. 
98 n. 



Brewster, Mass., 20. 415. 

Brewsters, the, in Boston Harbor, 4. 295 ; 
7. 164, 198. 

Brey man's Fort, captured by Col. Brooks, 
3. 272-274. 

Briamant, Pierre, Boston, naturalized, 4. 
363. 

Brian's Island, 10. 394. 

Briant, Rev. Lemuel, 1. 137. 

Briarly, Samuel, 20. 23. 

Brick, see Breck. 

Bricket, Lt.-Col. James, 14. 88; 15. 79, 92, 
96, 98, 99, 106, 112, 113, 117, 120, 122, 
126, 127, 133, 137, 139, 142, 147, 160. 

Bridg, Mathew, 6. 349. 

Bridge, Mr., 11. 310. 

Bridge, Rev. A. M., 20. 415. 

Bridge, Col. Ebenezer, 14. 68 n. ; 15. 81, 
85, c 87, 89, 91, 93, 97, 101, 103, 108 n., 
110, 113, 117, 121, 123, 126, 129, 138, 
146, 154, 160, 255. Officers of the reg- 
iment of, 15. 81, 81 n. Acquitted by 
court-martial, 15. 154. 

Bridge, Lieut. Ebenezer, 15. 76. 

Bridge, Rev. Ebenezer, his election ser- 
mon, 1. 79. 

Bridge, Elizabeth (Mrs. Garfield), fac- 
simile of the signature of, 19. 84. 

Bridge, Henrietta (Mrs. Dana), 19. 60. 

Bridge, John, 15. 81. 

Bridge, Joseph, 17. 157. 

Bridge, Rev. Josiah, his election sermon, 
1. 98. 

Bridge, Matthew, ig. 84. 

Bridge, Samuel, 12. 107, 108; 20. 3, 23. 

Bridge, Samuel J., 11. 484, 485 ; 20. 345. 
Letter from, to K. C. Winthrop, 4. 322, 
323. Donation from, 4. 822-324. Let- 
ter to, from F. G. Gardner, 4. 323. 

Bridge, Rev. Thomas, 2. 449 n. ; 17. 263; 
20^ 5, 210. 

Bridge, Rev. William, 11. 201 ; 20. 23. 

Bridger, Charles, transmits a copy of a 
letter from William Winthrop to John 
Fox, 15. 262. 

Bridger, John, 12. 375. 

Bridges, John, 11. 431 n. 

Bridges, Eichard, 13. 405, 406. 

Bridge's Creek, Va., 17. 240, 241. 

Bridgewater, Francis Egerton, 3c? Duke 
of 11. 60. 

Bridgewater, John Egerton, 2c? Duke of, 
13. 106. 

Bridgewater, Mass., 3. 217-219 ; 4. 99 ; 8. 
349; 10. 50; 11. 80 n., 496; 12. 394, 395, 
399, 400; 13. 54; 15. 5; 17. 23, 31, 121, 
344; 18. 176, 246, 485, 436; 19. 256, 259, 
314, 382 ; 20. 238, 355. History of, 2. 
561. Church at, 8. 221. Extract from 
the records of the town of, 13. 68. Rev- 
olutionary broadside of the town of, 13. 
371,372. 

Bridgewater Academy, 17. 215, 215 n. 

1 Bridgewater Collection,' 2. 561. Bibli- 
ographical note on, 17. 121, 122. 



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Bridgham, Ebenezer, n. 393, 395. A 
refugee from Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 

Bridgham, John, 8. 13, 22, 27. 

Bridgham, Elder Joseph, 12. 365; 20. 323. 

Bridgham, Lieut. Paul, 15. 75. 

Bridgman, Laura, 12. 268. 

Bridgman, Thomas, donations from, 2. 
444, 471, 491. His ' Memorials of the 
King's Chapel Burying Ground,' 2. 210. 
His 'Memorials of the Dead in Boston' 
cited, 13. 420 n. His 'Epitaphs from 
Copp's Hill Burial Ground ' cited, 17 
234 n. 

' Brief Relation of the State of New Eng- 
land/ 1689, 10. 348. 

' Briefe Relation of the Discovery and 
Plantation of New England ' cited, 18. 
92 n. Extract from, 18. 114, 115. 

Brien, , 17. 198. 

Brienne, Madame de, her miniature of 
Washington, 7. 300. 

Brigden, Michael, 20. 124. 

Brigden, Zachary, 11. 140. 

Brigden, Zechariah, d. 1662, 8. 12, 21, 26. 

Brigeart, Sieur, roasted alive and eaten, 

4. 278. 

Briggs, Rev. Charles, 19. 314. 

Briggs, Hon. George N., 2. 308 n.; 10. 441; 

11. 271; 15. 370; 17. 5. Dr. L. V Bell's 

opinion of, 7. 57, 57 n. 
Briggs, Rev. George W., 6. 318 ; 20. 412. 
Briggs, Lieut. Henry, 15. 77. 
Briggs, John, 15. 80 n. 
Briggs, Capt. William, 15. 77. 
Brigham, Amariah, M.D., quoted, 7. 73. 
Brigham, Arthur Austin, 13. 281. 
Brigham, Charles, 13. 280. 
Brigham, Charles, b. 1769, 13. 280. 
Brigham, Charles Brooks, H.C. 1866, 13. 

281. Donation from, 10. 311. 
Brigham, Rev. Charles H., donations from, 

5. 309 ; 8. 274. Vote of thanks to, 5 
309. Letter from, 15. 180. 

Brigham, Edward Austin, 13. 281. 

Brigham, Capt. John, 15. 77. 

Brigham, Mrs. Margaret A. (Brooks), 13. 
281. 

Brigham, Mary Brooks, 13. 281. 

Brigham, Mrs. Susanna (Baylis), 13. 280. 

Brigham, Lieut. Timothy, 15. 75 n., 120. 

Brigham, Hon. William, A.B , 4. 124, 
144, 167 ; 8. 257 ; 9. 348 ; 10. 141, 313 ; 
11. 33; 12. 4; 20. 410. His death, 1. 
xliv. Has permission to use the Li- 
brary under certain restrictions, 2. 41. 
Donations from, 2. 13, 110, 265; 3. 50, 
182 ; 4. 122, 424 ; 5. 45 ; 6. 23, 82, 361, 
417 ; 7. 304 ; 8. 4, 480; 9. 227 ; 10. 40, 
93, 207, 469; 11. 501. Nominated a 
Resident Member, 2. 546. Elected, 2. 
548. Accepts membership, 2. 549. Of 
committee to treat with Messrs. Ames 
and Shattuck concerning certain im- 
portant exchanges, 2. 549. Present at 
meetings of the Society, 2. 551, 552, 



554, 573, 583, 585, 592, 596, 599, 604 
Of Scrutinizing Committee, 2. 572. Of 
committee to confer with Mr. Lowell 
concerning valuable papers left by 
Judge Putnam, 2. 583. Remarks in 
relation to the true date of the Colonial 
Ordinance establishing the riparian 
rights, 2. 594, 595. Amount subscribed 
by, for the Library and new Catalogue, 

2. 603 n. Of Standing Committee, 3. 
29, 86, 162; 4. 3. To make applica- 
tion for amendment of charter, with 
report of the same, 3. 32, 32 d, 33. Ex- 
hibits a deed of a pew in Brattle Street 
Church, 3. 38. Of committee to ascer- 
tain what books may be obtained from 
the Commonwealth, 3. 41. Of commit- 
tee to collect Acts of Parliament refer- 
ring to colonial affairs, 3. 110. Elected 
Recording Secretary pro tern., 3. 130. 
Of committee to apply for amendment 
of the charter with reference to an in- 
crease of members, 3. 154, 155. Special 
meeting called at his house, 3. 177. 
Offers for acceptance a number of the 
' Royal American Magazine,' 3. 181. 
Signs a memorial remonstrating against 
a petition of the Historic-Genealogical 
Society for a change of its corporate 
name, 3. 266-270. Exhibits a deed from 
John Quincy Adams to John Franklin, 

3. 281, 282. Of committee to nominate 
officers for the Society, 3. 284 ; 4. 438. 
Presents historical papers, 3. 336, 337. 
Report of Standing Committee for 
1857-58, 4. 3-7. Remarks by, 4. 283. 
Of committee on exchange of prisoners 
in the Revolution, 5. 324, 346. . Of com- 
mittee to decide upon the disposition of 
certain papers, 6. 6. Remarks by, 10. 
93, 94. On the origin of the name of 
Flint's Pond, 10. 137. His death, 11. 
xviii. Announcement of the death of, 
with resolutions adopted by the Soci- 
ety, 11. 138. Mention of his death in a 
letter from the President, 11. 139. ' Me- 
moir of/ by Dr. Robbins, 13. 280, 281. 
His Paper on the authorship of the 
Introductory Essay of Woods's ' New 
England's Prospect/ 6. 334-337. Trib- 
ute to J. Willard by, 8. 291-293. Lec- 
ture on the ' Colony of New Plymouth, 
and its relations to Massachusetts/ 13. 
281. 

Brigham, William Tufts, 13. 281. Dona- 
tions from, 10. 134, 335 ; 11. 499. 

Brigham Hill Homestead, 13. 281. 

Bright, Benjamin H., 17. 305. 

Bright, Rev. Francis, 17. 340, 346. 

Bright, Rev. George, 20. 8. 

Bright, Rev. George, D.D., his * Treatise 
on Prayer/ 18. 429. 

Bright, John, donation from, 1. 137. 

Bright, Timothy, M.D., 11. 422 n. 

Brightman, Rev. Thomas, 11. 201. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Brignole Sale, Marchese, 5. 373. 

Brimfield, Mass., 11. 11; 12. 403, 404,412. 

Brimmer, Col, 7. 202. 

Brimmer, Mr., 11. 10. 

Brimmer, Andrew, 4. 353 n. 

Brimmer, George W., 17. 432. Portrait 

of Gov. Hutchinson lent to, 1. 417. Sale 

of the land of Mount Auburn, 17. 432. 
Brimmer, Herman, 4. 353 n. ; 11. 140. 
Brimmer, John Baker, 4. 3£3 n. 
Brimmer, Martin, the eider, petitions for 

naturalization, 4. 349, 350. Facsimile 

of signature, 4. 350. Naturalized, 4. 

353. His will, 4. 353 n. 
Brimmer, Hon. Martin, donation from, 

9 67. Elected a Resident Member, 20. 

xvii. 
Brimmer, Martin, Jr., 1775, 4. 82, 353 n. ; 

8.398; 11. 140. 
Brimmer, Mrs. Martin (Watson), 11. 

150 n. 
Brimmer, Mrs. Susanna, 4. 353 n. 
Brimmer School, the name of, 6. 32. 

Brimsdell, , 12. 115. 

Brinard, Capt. Timothy, 15. 86 n. 
Brinckerhoff, Isaac, M.D., donation from, 

8. 274. 

Brindley, , 15. 91. 

Brink, Bakhuizen van der, 16. 433, 451, 

461. 
Brinley, Mrs. Deborah, 16. 394. 
Brinley, Edward, donation from, 2. 375. 
Brinley, Edward L., 16. 394. 
Brinley, Francis, d. 1765, portrait of, by 

Smibert, 16. 394. 
Brinley, Francis, the younger, 16. 394. 
Brinley, Francis, donations from, 2. 346, 

413, 430 ; 4. 330. His 'Account of Set- 
tlements in Narragansett Bay,' 1. 122. 
Brinley, Mrs. Francis, portrait of, by 

Smibert, 16. 394. 
Brinley (Brindley), George, 11. 392, 395. 
Brinley, George, 10. 450 n. ; 17. 63, 69, 

71, 358 n. ; 20. 178. Note from, 2 599. 

Donation from, 8. 466. 
Brinley (Brindley), Thomas, 11. 392, 395; 

19. 237. A refugee from Boston in 

1776, 18. 266. 
Brintnall, Charles, donation from, 1. 471. 
Brinton, Daniel G., M.D., donation from, 

11. 499. 
Brissot de Warville, Jean Pierre, 3. 385 ; 

6 251, 252 ; 13 82. Quoted, 11. 8. 
Bristed, Charles Astor, 4 211. His 'Five 

Years in an English University ' cited, 

11. 89. 

Bristol, John Hervey, 1st Earl of, 16. 392, 
396. J 

Bristol, Me., 12. 408, 417. 

Bristol, Penn., 19. 72, 

Bristol, B. I., 3. 298 ; 7. 214, 225 ; 8. 78, 
219, 220 ; 11. 29; 12. 394, 395, 399; 17. 
263 n. ; 18. 338-340. Houses burnt in 
1775, 7. 213. Cedpd by Mass. to R. I., 

12. 401 n. Rogers Free Library, 18. 339. 



Bristol County, 6. 253. Donation from 
the county commissioners of, 4. 146. 

Bristol riots, 20. 332. 

'British and Foreign Medical Review/ 
17. 443. 

' British Apollo/ 12. 381. 

British Army, 3. 327. Use of the Old 
South Church, 3 19. Result of Brad- 
dock's defeat, 3. 236, 237. Uniform of, 
4. 149, 150. Slaves enlisting offered 
freedom, 6. 183, 186, 187. Proposal 
made to Lord Dunmore, 6. 225-227. 
Condition of, after the Revolution, 6. 
371. The Boston Massacre, 6. 480-483. 
The troops to be removed to the Castle, 

6. 482, 483. Position of troops shown 
on a map of Boston, 1775, 17. frontis- 
piece. See Parliamentary Army. 

British Board of Trade, 18. 437, 444. 

British Cabinet, 3. 79. 

British Charitable Society, donation from, 

7. 100. 

British Colonies in North America, 2. 524; 
6. 63, 70 n. 'Power of Great Britain 
founded on the liberties of the/ 1. 19. 
Commissioners of the, 1. 253 ; 5. 376, 
377 ; 6. 61, 73 n., 477. Map of, 2. 524. 
Increase of the desire for union among, 

3. 33; 14. 261, 269. Acts of Parliament 
relating to trade in, 3. 92, 110. Rise 
and progress of, 3. 139. Laws con- 
cerning slavery, 3. 190. Their rights, 

4. 29, 30. Resolution to declare them 
independent, 6. 324. Pamphlets and 
other papers relating to colonial times, 
6. 365. A measure of religious intoler- 
ance, suggested to the General Courts, 
6. 477-479. Queries in regard to the 
royal power over, 7. 119-122. See also 
names of colonies and New England. 

British Government, 3. 73. The. light- 
house system, 3. 78. Unwilling to 
abolish the slave trade, 6. 141. Negro 
soldiers employed by, 6. 248. 

British Government Assay Office, 6. 471. 

British Home Department, 3. 205. 

British Islands, 6. 25. 

British merchants, origin of the slave 
trade, 6. 141. 

British Museum, 3 8; 6. 18, 255; 9. 344 ; 

10. 318, 321, 330, 439, 448, 459, 460 n. ; 

11. 323, 410 n.; 12.428; 16. 141, 431; 
19. 330, 331 ; 20: 41, 58. A committee 
appointed to consider the donation of 
the Collections to, 2. 354. Report of 
the committee concerning the Collec- 
tions to be sent to, 2. 355. Catalogue 
of manuscripts in, 2. 355. The library 
of Mr. Grenville donated to, 3. 106, 107. 

British Parliament, see Parliament. 
British Record Commission, see Record 

Commission. 
British Record Office, see Record Office. 
' British Resentment/ a caricature, 14. 

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British State Paper Office, see State Paper 
Office. 

British statesmen, names of, given to 
streets, 6. 29, 30. 

Britons, 6. 183. 

Britton, Mr., io. 46. 

Brizi, Signor Oreste, donation from, 2. 466. 

Broad Bay, 2. 545 w., 546 n. ; 7. 202. 

Broadstreet, , 20. 267. 

Broadstreet, Simon, 10. 391. 

Broadwater, Charles, appointed to attend 
the Convention at Williamsburg, 6. 114. 

Brock, Rev. John, 8. 11, 20, 25. 

Brockhaus, Friedrich Arnold, 12. 266. 
Donation from, 5. 223. 

Brockton, Mass., 18. 436 ; 19. 256, 257. 

Brockway, , 17. 177. 

Broderick, John, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 266. 

Brodhead, Mr., wounded, 7. 335. 

Brodhead, Rev. James, D.D., presenta- 
tion of a memoir of, 7. 299. 

Brodhead, John Romeyn, A.M. ,2. 299 n., 
311 n. ; 8. 2, 18, 19; 13.266. Address 
delivered by him at the anniversary, 
2. 295 n. Nominated a Corresponding 
Member, 2. 302. Elected, 2. 303. Ac- 
cepts election, 2. 318. Present at a 
meeting of the Society, 2. 441. Dona- 
tions from, 7. 299 ; 9. 467. Death of, 
12. xviii ; announced, 13. .43. Cited, 6. 
66 n., 70 n. His * History of New York ' 
cited, 10. 386 n. ; 17. 220 n., 224 n. 

Brodnax, Gen. William H., 18. 269. 

Brodrick, Alan, 2d Viscount Midleton, see 
Midleton. 

Broglie, Victor Francois, Comte de, 14. 217. 

Broke, Sir Philip B. V., 19. 379. 

Bromfield, Mr., 16. 291. 

Bromfield, Mr., letter from, to C. Mather, 
6 409, 410. Gratitude to, expressed 
by C. Mather, 6 414. 

Bromfield, Edward, 10. 42, 44. His mar- 
riige, 18. 265, 265 n. 

Bromfield, Hon. Edward, 12. 254, 374, 385, 
426 ; 14. 200 ; 20. 2. 

Bromfield, Elizabeth, death of, 18. 265. 

Bromfield, Henry, 1. 173 n. Donations 
from, 1. 122, 124; 10 42. His gift of 
the portrait of John Wilson, 10. 42; 18. 
265 n. 

Bromfield, John, Boston, d. 1849, 7. 432 ; 
11. 225. His death, 7. 432. 

Bromfield, John, Newburyport, 11. 226. 

Bromfield family, 13. 215. 

Bromhall, George, 16. 264. 

Bromley, Sir Thomas, 14. 197. 

Brompton, , 3. 144.W. 

Bronson, William, 19. 181. 

Brook, Benjamin, 18. 3. 

Brook (Brooke), Rev. John, H.C. 1646, 5. 
155, 156. Legacy to, 5. 155. 

Brooke, Nathaniel, 18. 432-434. 

Brooke, Robert Greville, Lord, 4. 2 ; 14. 
365; 16. 210; 20. 82 n. 



Brookfield, Mass., 4. 59 ; 6. 431, 441 ; 11. 
345, 346; 16. 155; 17. 338; 18. 17, 17 n.; 

19. 396, 398, 422. Second Church in, 
6. 431. Origin of the name of, 12. 411. 

Brookline, Mass., 4. 100, 295; 5. 257; 11. 
100, 244 ; 12. 60, 247, 403 ; 16. 315 ; 17. 
18 n., 432 ; 18. 183, 241, 339 ; 19. 3, 60 ; 

20. 35, 36, 192, 232, 260. Visited by 
Gen. Washington, 3. 309. In 1 775-76, 7. 
209, 212, 217, 220, 239, 258. Mortality 
of, 8. 224. Historical Sketch of, by 
Dr. Pierce, 11. 101. Called originally 
' Muddy River/ 12. 409. 

Brooklyn, Conn., 18. 177. 

Brooklyn, N. Y., 3. 259 ; 4. 91, 101 ; 16. 
391; 17. 285, 286; 18. 26,363. 

Brooks, Mr., 16. 290. 

Brooks, Ann Gorham (Mrs. Frothing- 
ham), H.372. 

Brooks, Lieut. Caleb, 15. 80. 

Brooks, Mrs. Cecilia, 18. 177. 

Brooks, Charles, 17. 98. 

Brooks, Rev. Charles, 8. 252, 257, 293, 
432; 13. 13: 18. 154; 19. 123, 383. Do- 
nations from, 2. 361, 452, 477 ; 3. 63 ; 4. 
124, 133; 6. 78; 7. 100, 115, 357, 474; 
8. 79, 88, 314, 442; 10. 40; xx. 501. 
Elected a Resident Member, 4. 52. Gift 
from, 4. 129. Remarks, 4. 112. Exhib- 
its articles exhumed from Indian graves 
at Medford, 6. 416. Report on the 
sword of Col. J : Brooks, 7. 344, 478, 
479. Reads anecdotes of E. Everett, 8. 
272, 273. Remarks of, on J. Willard, 
8. 289-291. Communicates a memoir 
of Joseph Willard, Esq., 9. 275. Death 
of, 12. xviii. Noticed, 12. 252. Reso- 
lution passed by the Society, 12. 253. 
Autograph, and portrait of, face 18. 
174. Memoir of, by Solomon Lincoln, 
18. 174-178. Birth and parentage, 18. 
174. College and Divinity School, 18. 
174. Settled at Hingham, 18. 174. 
Establishes a Sunday-school, 18. 175. 
Other parish work, 18. 175. Visits 
Europe, 18. 175. His instrumentality 
in establishing Normal Schools, 18. 
176. Professor in the University of 
the City of New York, 18. 177. Sec- 
ond visit to Europe, 18. 177. His pub- 
lications, 18. 177. Marriage, 18. 177. 
Children, 18. 177. His Paper on ' Re- 
mains of North American Indians 
exhumed in Medford/ 6. 362-364. His 
' History of Medford ' cited, 17. 263 n. 

Brooks, Charles John, 18. 177. 

Brooks, Charles W. 18. 177. 

Brooks, Mrs. Charlotte A., 18. 177. 

Brooks, Cotton Brown, 17. 98. 

Brooks, David, 17. 205, 205 n. 

Brooks, Miss Elizabeth A., 18. 177. 

Brooks, Mrs. Elizabeth (Albree), 18. 174. 

Brooks, Rev. Edward, 20. 264; 8. 234. 
Description of the Indian remains ex- 
humed on his farm, 6. 362-364. 



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Brooks, Francis, 6. 362. 

Brooks, Francis G., Earl of Warwick, 
see Warwick. 

Brooks, Mrs. Jane, 17. 98. 

Brooks, Gov. John, 1. 309, 340; 2. 226; 
xx. 57; 13. 82; 14. 57, 65, 69, 75, 88, 
W ; 15. 81, 93, 95, 97, 99, 102, 103, 105, 
108 n., 110, 112, 114, 120, 123, 127, 129, 
138, 141, 160; 18. 226, 283, 284, 381. 
Incidents in the Revolutionary War 
related by, 3. 271-277. Present during 
the debate of the Massachusetts Con- 
vention of 1788, 3. 277. The militia 
reviewed by Gen. Washington, 3. 309. 
His sword, 7. 344, 360. Report on his 
sword, 7. 478, 479. Anecdote of, 11. 
389, 390. Letter of, from camp near I 
Valley Forge, 13. 243-245. 

Brooks, Jonathan, 18. 174. 

Brooks, Joseph, 11. 316. 

Brooks, Margaret A. (Mrs. Brigham), 13. 
281. 

Brooks, Mrs. Mary Ann, 17. 100. 

Brooks, Peter C.,3. 92 ; 8. 234; 11. 372; 
12. 64, 66. Nominated a Resident Mem- 
ber, 1. 455. Elected, 1. 458. Deciines 
membership, 1. 459. Contributes to pur- 
chase the Society's building, i.465n. 
Subscribes toward the reprint of cer- 
tain of the Collections, 2. 347, 368. 
His benefactions to the Society, 3. 92, 
168. 

Brooks, Rev. Phillips, D.D., 18. 248; 
19. 356 ; 20. 350, 362. Elected a Resi- 
dent Member, 17. 57. Accepts mem- 
bership, 17. 60. Elected a member of 
the executive committee of the Coun- 
cil, 18. 416; 19. 297. Pays a tribute to 
Dean Stanley, 19. 9, 10. Vote of thanks 
to, 20. 200. 

Brooks, Sidney, 4. 102. 

Brooks, Mr. & Mrs. Sidney, at Pompeii, 
5. 293. 

Brooks, Thomas, 17. 98. Land pur- 
chased by, in Medford, 6. 363, 364. 

Brooks, William G., 8. 175, 213, 476 ; 10. 
316; 12. 250, 328; 13. 2, 7, 12, 44, 63; 
14. 25, 27 ; 15. 258, 380 ; 17. 3, 6, 13, 14, 
62, 66, 97-100, 284 ; 20. 108. Donations 
from, 2. 362, 452, 454, 455, 457, 466, 
468, 474, 475, 477, 480 ; 3. 132 ; 6. 417 ; 
7. 1, 21, 100, 168, 360, 368, 376; 8. 79, 
201, 280, 431, 463 ; 9 68, 81, 189, 358, 
437, 463; 11. 501. Elected a Resident 
Member, 5. 182. Accepts, 5. 196. Of 
Standing Committee, 6. vii, 19 ; 7. vii, 
26,363; 10. 20, 173; 11. 45; 14-28,328. 
Of Publishing Committee, 7. vi. Re- 
port of Standing Committee, 8. 258- 
262. Vote of thanks to, 8. 279. Com- 
munication relating to the rank of 
students in Harvard College, 9. 252. 
Donation by, of a design for the pro- 
posed Soldiers' Monument on Boston 
Common, 9. 461. Of a committee to 



nominate officers, 1870, 11. 229; 12. 52. 
Of committee on the Society's Building, 
xi. 326. Vote of thanks to, on retir- 
ing from the Standing Committee, xi. 
253. Remarks on exhibiting specimens 
of wall-hangings from the 'Royal 
House ' in Medford, xi. 333, 334. Reads 
extracts from the diary of N. Cutting, 
12. 60. Motion of, 12. 81. Of com- 
mittee of publication of the 'Belknap 
Papers,' 13. 232. Communicates dona- 
tion of Mr. Safford, 13. 243. Exhibits a 
plaster medallion of Pres. Washing- 
ton, 13. 254. Letter of Adm. Thatcher 
to, 15. 8, 9. Submits report of the 
committee to nominate officers, 15. 276. 
Vote of thanks to, X5. 277. His death, 

16. xvi ; 17. 100. Death of, announced, 

17. 2. Remarks on, by the President, 
17. 2, 3. Resolution of the Society on 
the death of, 17. 6. Tribute of Mr. 
Waterston to, 17. 12-14. Mr. Smith 
appointed to prepare a memoir of, 17. 
49. Memoir of, by C C. Smith, 17. 98- 
100. Ancestry, 17. 98. Birth, 17. 98. 
Education, 17. 98. Established in busi- 
ness in Boston, 17. 98. Public offices, 
17. 99. Contributions to the Proceed- 
ings of the Society, 17. 99. Marriage, 

17. 100. 

Brooks, William G., Jr., donations from, 
10. 21, 40, 80, 105, 135, 311, 464, 469. 

Brooks's Insurance Office, Boston, 12. 64. 

Brooks's Regiment, 2. 503 n. 

Broom, put near the pulpit as a sign that 
the minister should be swept away, 7. 
281. 

Brornton, Capt. Nicholas, 15. 85rc., 86, 151. 

' Brother Jonathan,' origin of the name, 

18. 141 n. 

Brothers, Richard, ' A Revealed Knowl- 
edge of the Prophecies and Times/ 
by, presented, 12. 211. 

Brotherton Indians, N. Y., 19. 415, 415 n. 

Brougham, Henry Peter, Lord, 4. 370 ; 12. 
127 ; 14. 16; 15. 323. The Mechanics' 
Institute brought into notice, 6. 297. 

Broughton family, 14. 29. ' 

Broughton, N., Jr., donation from, 5. 319. 

Broughton, Capt. Nicholas, 1. 205. 

Brouncker, William, Viscount, 16. 207, 224. 

Brown, see also Browne. 

Brown, , N. Y., ship-builder, 7. 412. 

Brown, Capt., 4. 23. 

Brown, Capt., 4. 223 ; 15. 360, 363. 

Brown, Deacon, 3. 309. 

Brown, Mr., 12. 277, 278. 

Brown, Mr., 6. 126. 

Brown, Capt. Abeih, 15. 80. 

Brown, Lieut.-Col. Abijah, 15. 84, 109, 160. 

Brown, Agnes, see Winthrop, Mrs. Agnes 
(Brown). 

Brown, Alexander, 20. 187. 

Brown, Amos, sentenced by a court- 
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Brown, Andrew, D.D., i. 56, 57, 173 n. 
His death, i. xlv. Nominated a Corre- 
sponding Member, x. 38. Elected, i. 
51. Donation from, x. 54. 

Brown, Bartholomew, 17. 121. 

Brown, Benjamin, 17. 158. 

Brown, Catherine, 12. 29 n. 

Brown, Rev. Chad, 17. 86. 

Brown, Charles, donations from, 2. 138, 
338, 364. Note of, 2. 211 n. 

Brown, Charles Brockden, 11. 356. 

Brown, Charles H., donation from, 2. 450. 

Brown, Rev. Clark, topographical tracts 
by, 1. 166. 

Brown, David, Indian, 12. 29 n. Address 
of, 12. 30-38. 

Brown, Ebenezer, 6. 349. 

Brown, Rev. Edmund, 6. 349; 17. 145, 
343. 

Brown, Edward, 14. 83. 

Brown, Enoch, Cambridge, 7. 234. 

•Brown, Enoch, 8. 364; 11. 140. His house 
situated on Boston Neck, 4. 295 ; 8. 365, 
367. His house burned by the Conti- 
nental Army, 4. 295; 7. 192, 195, 196; 
14. 288, 290. 

Brown, Francis, donation from, 7. 115. 

Brown, Francis H, M.D., donations from, 
9. 227, 255 ; 11. 499. 

Brown, Henry Armitt, death of, men- 
tioned, 16. 253. 

Brown, Icabod, 6. 349. 

Brown, J. Stanley, letter from, to E. I. 
Garfield, 19. 92, 93. 

Brown, Gen. Jacob, 17. 82. 

Brown, James, 12. 423. 

Brown, James, 16. 273. 

Brown, James, of Little, Brown, 8; Co., 3. 
160; 6. 350; 8. 61; 10. 280, 434-436, 
438, 440 n. Mr. Hillard's ' Memoir of/ 
19. 342. See Little & Brown. 

Brown, Hon. James, 19. 33. 

Brown, Mrs. James, 19. 32, 33. 

Brown, John, naturalized, 1732, 4. 353. 

Brown, John, 1775, 16. 340. 

Brown, John, Assistant, 6. 477. 

Brown, John, Associate Counsel with Sir 
Dudley Ryder, 5. 68, 167. 

Brown, Capt. John, at Harper's Ferry, 6. 
308 n. Mentioned by Motley, 16. 446. 

Brown, John, M.D., 14. 24. 

Brown, John, New Harbor, 2. 545 n. 

Brown, John, Norfolk, Va., condemned 
for importing slaves, 6. 105, 106. 

Brown, John, Newberry, 1695, 14. 129. 

Brown, John, Providence, 13. 211. Taken 
prisoner by royal authority, 5. 327. 

Brown, Rev. John, donation from, 3. 36. 

Brown, Rev. John, sermon by, 1. 137. 

Brown, John, Son of Liberty, 11. 140. 

Brown, John C. (Storrow &- Brown), 11. 
307. 

Brown, John Carter, A.M., 10. 321 n., 
450 n. ; 11. 499; 13.349; 14. 155. Cat- 
alogue of his library, 1. 49 n. ; 11. 129; 



19. 76 n. Loans a rare tract for the 
use of the Society, 2. 549. Nomina- 
ted a Corresponding Member, 2. 580. 
Elected, 2. 582. Accepts membership, 
2. 584. Death of, 13. xviii, 312. Li- 
brary of, 19. 76 n. Visit to the library 
of, 19. 327-329. 

Brown, John Coffin Jones, 20. 162 n. 

Brown, Gen. John M., 18. 26. Elected a 
Corresponding Member, 17. 89. Ac- 
cepts membership, 17. 101. 

Brown, Lieut. Jonas, 15. 75. 

Brown, Joseph, 17. 158. 

Brown, Joseph, donation from, 1. 68. 

Brown, Joseph, H.C. 1666, 8. 13, 22,27. 

Brown, Deacon Joshua, 12 375-377. 

Brown, Lieut. Joshua, 15. 79, 79 n. 

Brown, Josiah, 17. 158. 

Brown, Lucy, 19. 88. 

Brown, Mary {Mrs. Lynde), 16. 396. 

Brown, Nathan, 19. 88 n. 

Brown, Capt. Nathan, 15. 78, 89; 16. 345, 
346,348.; 17. 237, 237 m 

Brown, Nathaniel, 17. 157; 20. 124. 

Brown, P. S., letter from, 2. 411. 

Brown, Ensign Peter, 16. 354. 

Brown, Rev. Reuben, donation from, 2. 
241. 

Brown, Rev. Richard, 8. 29. 

Brown, S., 11. 299. 

Brown, Samuel, 13. 206, 207. 

Brown, Samuel, donation from, 1. 25; 11. 
299. Vote of thanks to, 1. 26. 

Brown, Dr. Samuel, donation from, 1. 
147. 

Brown, Lieut. Samuel, 15. 76, 81. 

Brown, Capt. Silas, xo. 160. 

Brown, Thomas, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 266. 

Brown, Lieut. Thomas, 15. 86. 

Brown, Thomas, M.D., his 'Poems/ 1. 
177. His 'Quaestio Inauguralis de 
Somno,' 1. 201. 

Brown, Timothy, 17. 158. 

Brown, William, Framingham, advertise- 
ment issued by, for his runaway slave, 
6. 173. 

Brown, Hon. William, 18. 380. 

Brown, Hon. William, Councillor, 14. 110, 
111; x 7 . 158; 18. 370. 

Brown, Hon. William, Salem, 16. 396. 

Brown & Ives, Messrs., 13. 312. 

Brown & Shattuck, Messrs., 8. 61 n. 

Brown University, 1. 500 n. ; 6. 431 ; 10 
410; 14. 187, 188, 386, 391, 392; 16, 
307, 315 ; 18. 172, 181, 182, 280, 281 
330, 332 n., 338, 339; 19. 278, 336, 360, 
382, 383, 439 ; 20. 95. Act for the es- 
tablishment of, 1. 37. The Collections 
to be given to the Library of, 1. 241 
2. 69 n., 311. Donations from, 2. 310, 
455; 4. 391; 9. 347; 10. 368. 'Necrol 
ogy ' of, cited, 19. 334 n. 

Browne, see also Brown. 

Browne, Albert G., donation from, 2. 445. 



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Browne, Col. Albert G., Jr., 5. 159. His 
' Sketch of the Military Life of Gov. 
Andrew ' cited, 18. 50 n. Extract from 
the ' Sketch/ 18. 58, 59. 

Browne, Rev. Arthur, 19. 233. 

Browne, Benjamin, 20. 325. 

Browne, C. Allen, & A. G., Jr., donation 
from, 5. 159. 

Browne, Daniel, his 'New Almanacke/ 
1. 137. 

Browne, Edward, 13. 340. 

Browne, Henry H., donation from, 11. 
499. 

Browne, James, 3. 341. 

Browne, John, Hampton, 16. 265. 

Browne, John, 1629, 18. 297. 

Browne, Joseph, B.C. 1666, 10. 403, 404, 
406, 408 ; 18. 15. 

Browne, Robert, 17. 340. 

Browne, Samuel, 18. 297. 

Browne, Col. Samuel, 6. 199. 

Browne, Hon. Samuel, 19. 143. 

Browne, Sarah, the elder, 20. 3. 

Browne, Sarah, apprenticeship, 20. 2, 3. 

Browne, T. Quincy, 19. 357. 

Browne, Sir Thomas, his work on ' Vul- 
gar Errors' issued, 5. 386; 18. 134 n. 
On the qualities of spurge, 5. 389. 

Browne, William, 3. 338. 

Browne, William, 1703, 20. 325. 

Browne, Col. William, 1. 21 ; 19. 223. A 
mandamus counsellor and a refugee 
from the United States, 6. 199 ; 16. 11 w. 
Appointed Governor of Bermuda, 16. 
11 n. His death, 16. 11 n. 

Brownell, Henry H, 17. 455. 

Brownell, Hon. Sylvester, 1. 379 n. 

Brownell, Thomas C, D.D., Bishop of 
Connecticut, 19. 30. 

Brownerig, Mrs. Elizabeth (Humphry), 
Mrs. Rogers, 5. 496. 

Brownerig, Matthew, Rector of Clopton, 
5. 496. 

Browning, Robert, 19. 344. Quotation 
from, 19. 201. 

Brownists, 10. 378; 11. 398, 436. Ab- 
stract of petition of, 10. 393. 

Brown's Chimneys, 7. 238, 244. 

Brown's House, Boston Neck, 14. 288, 290. 
See Brown, Enoch. 

Bruce, Dr., 16. 71. 

Bruce, Mrs., 16. 124. 

Bruce, Major Andrew, 4. 67 ; 14. 82, 269. 

Bruce, Sir Frederick, 19. 8. 

Bruce, George A., donation from, 11. 
499. 

Bruce, James, 19. 237, 239. 

Bruce, James, Earl of Elgin, see Elgin. 

Bruce, Capt. James, 4. 218, 219 ; 8. 324 ; 
13. 171, 172; 15. 345, 346,348, 362; 20. 
13, 15. 

Bruce, John, an antiquary, 13. 124. Ex- 
tract from a note of, to Mr. Deane, re- 
lating to the Seal of the ' Council for 
New England/ 9. 471. 



Bruce, John, F.S.A., elected Correspond- 
ing Member, 10. 37, 146. Accepts mem- 
bership, 10. 86. His death, 11. xviii. 
Notice of his death in a letter from Mr. 
W. S. Appleton, 11. 164, 165. 

Bruce, Sir John, 14. 361 n. 

Bruce, Phineas, 19. 163, 164. 

Bruce, Robert, 14. 233. 

Bruce, Robert, see Ailesbury, Earl of 

Bruce, Maj.-Gen. Robert, with the Prince 
of Wales, 5. 97. 

Bruce, Stephen, 11. 140. 

Bruff, Capt. James, 19. 401, 401 n., 417. 

Brunei, M., 7. 331. 

Brunei, Sir Mark'Isambard, 6. 424. 

Brunet, Jacques Charles, 'Manuel du 
Libraire ' by, 12. 392. 

Bruno, James Pancrace, his ' Castelli ' 
cited, 5. 391. 

Brunswick, Me., 4. 93 ; 12. 407 ; 13. 78 ; 
17. 16; 18. 93; 20. 79, 80, 87, 328. 
Origin of the name of, 12. 413. 

Brunswick, N. J., 19. 19. 

Brush, Crean, 4. 79; 7. 250; 8. 411. 

Brush, Samuel, Esq., donation from, 9. 
177. 

Brush Hill, Milton, 5. 363. 

Brusselles, 6. 488. 

Brutus, Lucius Junius, 3. 366; 18. 41. 

Bruyas, Rev. Jacques, his 'Radices Ver- 
borum Iroquaeorum/ 19. 242. 

Bry, Theodore de, 16. 322 ; 19. 328 ; 20. 
42, 58-60. His < Voyages/ 3. 383. 

Bryan, John, 15. 157. 

Bryan, Kennedy, 17. 80. 

Bryant, (1771), 5. 239. 

Bryant, H. W., donation from, 10. 21. 

Bryant, Jacob, 15. 231 n., 235 n. 

Bryant, James, 11. 140. 

Bryant, John, 16. 192, 193. 

Bryant, John (Bryant Sr Sturgis), 7. 433. 

Bryant, John, Son of Liberty, 11. 140. 

Bryant, Miss Mary, donations from, 10. 
134; H.499. 

Bryant, William Cullen, LL.D., 4. 
411 ; 11. 105, 233, 234 ; 12. 191, 312; 13. 
27, 374 ; 14. 47, 312 ; 15. 279 ; 17. 14, 
66, 459 ; 20. 257. Elected an Honorary 
Member, 5. 147. Accepts membership, 
5. 159. At the annual meeting in 1861, 
5. 172. On E. Everett, 8. 145. Rog- 
ers's opinion of, 10. 439. Letter from, 
to the Scott Centennial Meeting, 12. 
155. Letter from, to the Centennial of 
the Tea-party, 13. 183, 184. Death of, 
announced, 16. xvi, 183. Remarks by 
Mr. Winthrop, 16. 183. Resolutions of 
the Society, 16. 184. Tribute by Mr. 
Waterston, 16. 185-194. Committee 
appointed to attend the funeral of, 16. 
194. His remarks at the delivering of 
Mr. Motley's address before the New 
York Historical Society, 16. 455. Bry- 
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Bryant, Mrs. William C, 10. 187, 192. 

Bryar Creek, Ga., 8. 215. 

Bryce, James, D.C.L., 20. 189. Elected 
a Corresponding Member, 19. 356. Ac- 
cepts membership, 20 1. His ' Holy 
Roman Empire/ 20. 395. Remarks by, 
at the December meeting, 20. 401. 

Brydges, Sir Egerton, quoted, 6. 18. His 
' Censura Literaria ' cited, 19. 218. 

Bryony, 5. 389. 

Bubier, Lieut. William, 15. 85. 

Buchan, David Stuart Erskine, 11*A 
Earl of 1. 173 n.; 14. 108. Letter from, 
referred to a committee, 1. 172. Dona- 
tions from, 1. 177, 179. Nominated a 
Corresponding Member, 1. 196. Elect- 
ed, 1. 197. Letter in regard to his box, 
2. 532, 532 n., 533 n. Communication 
from, ' To the Societies for Improve- 
ment of Arts and Manufactures in the 
United States/ 1. 181-184. His ' Polit- 
ical Testament to the New World/ 1. 
185, 186. 

Buchanan, Adm. Franklin, 11. 136. 

Buchanan, Isaac, M.P., 8. 3. 

Buchanan, James, 17. 200, 200 n. 

Buchanan, Pres. James, 6. 30; 7. 114; 15. 
190; 16. 19 ; 17. 82; 18. 57, 436. Let- 
ter to, from John Macgregor, 18. 437, 
438. 

Buchanan, Ensign William, 16. 71. 

Bucher, Lothair, letter from, to Dr. 
Holmes, 16. 410. 

Buck, Miss, 17. 363. 

Buck, John, Indian chief, 19. 243. 

Buck, Edward, donation from, 5. 347. 

Buck, Peter John, M.D., 17. 411. Let- 
ter from, to Pres. Willard, 2. 490 ; 17. 
411. 

Buckhurst, Thomas Sackville, Lord, 16. 
434. 

Buckingham, Miss Ellen M., 11. 374. 

Buckingham (George Grenville Nugent 
Temple), Marquis of 16. 48. Letters 
from, to Sir John Temple, presented by 
the President, 9. 68, 71, 73, 77. 

Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of 
13. 91, 134 ; 16. 210. 

Buckingham, James S., remarks on Alex- 
andria, 6. 305. 

Buckingham, Rev. John, 15 387, 388. 

Buckingham, Hon. Joseph T., 8. 41 ; 11. 
372. Donations from, 2. 451, 458. His 
notice of Nathaniel Hurd, 9. 211, 212. 
His ' Reminiscences,' 18. 272. 

Buckingham, Rev. Stephen, 8. 29. 

Buckingham, Rev. Thomas, 8. 29. Letter 
of Judge Sewall to, 12. 366. 

Buckingham, Gov. William A., Conn., 4. 
94. 

Buckingham and Chandos, Richard Plan- 
tagenet Grenville, 2d Duke of 3. 106; 
18. 438, 443. 

Buckinghamshire, Augustus Edward Ho- 
bart, 6lh Earl of 18. 438, 443. 



Buckinghamshire, Edmund Sheffield, 2d 
Duke of 12. 413. 

Buckinghamshire, John Sheffield, Mar- 
quess of Normanby, 1st Duke of 12. 413, 
425. 

Buckland, Lonnon, sells himself to life 
service, 14. 330. 

Buckland, Rebecca, sells herself to life 
service, 14. 330. 

Buckland, Rev. William, D.D., 16. 12. 

Buckle, Henry T., 12. 27 n. His state- 
ment concerning George Downing cor- 
rected, 4. 128, 129. 

Buckley, Capt. Peter, letter to, from Pe- 
ter Faneuil, 7. 418, 419. 

Buckley, Sarah, 20. 314. 

Bucklin, Lieut. James, 15. 77. 

Buckly, William, 20. 286. 

Buckman, Capt., 1776, 5. 7. 

Buckman, John, 17. 158, 159. 

Buckmaster, Johanna {Mrs. Garfield), 19. 
84 n. 

Buckminster, Joseph, a farmer in Brook- 
line, 2. 329 w. 

Buckminster, Joseph, a farmer in Fra- 
mingham, 2. 329 n. 

Buckminster, Rev. Joseph, Rutland, 2. 
329 n. 

Buckminster, Rev. Joseph, D.D., Ports- 
mouth, 2. 330 n. ; 9. 196 ; 16. 155. 

Buckminster, Rev. Joseph S., A.M., 1. 
173 n. t 223; 2. 272, 330 n., 388 n.; 8. 134 
10. 52, 107, 218, 229 ; 12. 24 ; 15. 192 
16. 130; 17. 403, 404. His death, 1 
xlii, 227 n. Nominated a Resident 
Member, 1. 220. Elected, 1. 221. Of 
committee to collect and count votes, 

1. 224. Mr. Savage's 'Memoir of 
cited, 1. 227 n. His funeral sermon on 
Gov. Sullivan, 1. 201. Contributes to 
the ' Literary Miscellany/ 6. 276. 

Buckminster, Lieut. Richard, 15. 81. 

Buckminster, Thomas, 14. 84. 

Buckminster, Lieut.- Col. William, 15. 83, 
160. 

Bucks of America, a company of colored 
soldiers, 6. 85 ; 7. 24. 

' Bucks of America/ inscription on a flag, 
6. 242. The flag presented to the Soci- 
ety, 6. 404. 

Bucolics, 6. 266. 

Budd, Nicholas, naturalized, 4. 342, 343. 

Buddingh, D., 8. 188. 

Budington, Rev. William Ives, D D., 

2. 329; 18. 26. Donations from, 2. 32W, 
511, 593. Nominated a Resident Mem- 
ber, 2. 383. Elected, 2. 384. Accepts 
membership, 2. 385. Present at meet- 
ings of the Society, 2. 411, 415, 417, 421, 
430, 431, 434, 445, 466, 481, 525, 548, 
581. Of Scrutinizing Committee, 2. 415, 
417. Of Nominating Committee, 2. 525, 
Resigns membership, 2. 593. Removes 
from the State, 2. 609 n. Elected a 
Corresponding Member, 2. 609 n. ; 12. 



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29, 49. Notice of, 2. 609 n. His death, 
2 609 n. ; 17. xviii. Death of, an- 
nounced, 17. 285. Remarks on the 
death of, by Dr. Ellis, 17. 286. His 
' History of the First Church, Charles- 
town/ 20. 402. 

Buell, Joseph, 17. 178 w., 182 n., 194. 

Buenos Ayres, 3. 1. Academy of Medi- 
cine and Natural Sciences at, see Aca- 
demia de Medicina, etc. 

Buff, derivation of, 4. 149. 

Buff and blue uniform, 8. 440. 

Buffalo, N. Y., 4. 92, 94; 20. 90. Young 
Men's Christian Association at, see 
Young Men's, etc. 

Buffington, Lieut. Zadock, 15. 78. 

Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, Comte de, 
10 91 ; 15. 30, 54 n. ; 17. 38 ; 19. 274. 

Bufford, John H., donations from, 5. 309; 
6. 17 ; 7. 1. Donation of portraits and 
other matter relating to the Civil War, 
6. 17. 

Buffum, Joshua, 18. 392 n. 

Bugbee, James M., donations from, 9. 
66; 10. 335; 20. 189. Elected a Resi- 
dent Member, 20. 21. 

Buil, Bernardo, 16. 320. 

Building Committee, 13. 12, 17, 19, 279. 
Report of, 13. 5. 

Building occupied by the Society, see 
Rooms occupied by the Society, and 
Tontine Crescent. 

Buley, John, 12. 429. 

Bulfinch, Charles, A.M., 1. xix, 57, 58, 
65, 149, 169, 195, 199, 226, 235, 270 n. ; 
2.210; H.299; 12.41; 13.4; 18. 379; 
20. 210. Donation from, 1. 25. Vote 
of thanks to, 1. 26. Nominated a Resi- 
dent Member, 1. 142. Elected, 1. 143. 
Exempted from payment of admission 
fees and dues, 1. 143, 144. Of commit- 
tee on repairs of the building, 1. 213. 
Of committee to ascertain the height 
of the three hills of Boston, 1. 236. 
Removes from the State, 1. 270 «., 
394 n. 

Bulfinch, Mrs. Greenleaf, 16. 395. 

Bulfinch, Thomas, 20. 6. 

Bulfinch, Thomas, portrait of, by Smi- 
bert, 16. 394. 

Bulfinch, Thomas, M.D., d. 1802, 2. 210 ; 
16. 387. His character, 7. 179, 180. 
His house, 7. 272 n. 

Bulfinch, Mrs. Thomas, portrait of, by 
Blackburn, 16. 387. 

Bulfinch Street, 6. 30. 

Bulfinch Street Church, Boston, 11. 129. 

Bulkeley, Rev. Gershom, 8. 12, 21, 26. 
His 'Will and Doom/ 13. 240. 

Bulkley, Edward A., donation from, 5. 
218. 

Bulkley, J. E., donation from, 2 257. 

Bulkley, John, 19. 149, 150, 152. His 
' Treatise on Indian Titles,' 12. 350 n. 

Bulkley, Rev. John, H.C. 1642, 4. 441 ; 8. 



11, 20, 25. Conveys land to Harvard 
College, 5. 155. 

Bulkley, Rea. John, H.C. 1699, 8. 30. 

Bulkley, John and Joseph, 10. 326. 

Bulkley, Major Peter (Bulkeley), H.C. 
1660, d. 1688, 8. 13, 21, 26; 13. 113; 
14. 224. Dedication to Mr. R. Boyle, 
5. 379. Sent as agent to England, n. 
187 n.; 18. 258 n. 

Bulkley, Rev. Peter, d. 1659, 17. 342. Do- 
nation of portrait of, and of the family 
arms, 2. 236, 236 n. 

Bull, innkeeper, Hartford, 11. 26, 31. 

Bull, Dixie, 3. 186, 187; 10. 378, 380. 
Witness against New England, 5. 133. 

Bull, Bishop George, his ' Judicium Ec- 
clesiae Catholic^/ 18. 428. His 'Ex- 
amen Censuras,' 18. 428. 

Bull, Hugo, 14. 385. His autograph and 
portrait face 14. frontispiece. 

Bull, Capt. Jos., rumor of the long con- 
cealment of Goffe, 3. 60. 

Bull Inn, Cambridge, Eng., description of 
a caricature in, 11. 388. 

Bull Run, 7. 88. 

Bullard, Capt., 17. 190. 

Bullard, Col. (?), 15. 87. 

Bullard, Asa, M.D., 13. 427. 

Bullard, Augustine, marriage of, 14. 150. 
Death of, 14. 149. 

Bullard, Capt. Benjamin, 15. 83. 

Bullard, Daniel, 13. 295. 

Bullard, Hon. Henry A., A M. } nomi- 
nated a Corresponding Member, 2. 40. 
Elected, 2. 41. Accepts membership, 
2 63. Letter from, 2. 117, 117 n. 

Bullard, Lieut. Isaac, 15. 84. 

Bullard, Capt. Seth, 15. 77. 

Bullard, Stephen H., Esq., letter from, 
accompanying the gift of a portrait of 
Rev. Dr. Belknap, by Mrs. Marcou, 9. 2. 

Bullard, W. S., letter from, to Hon. W : 
Appleton, 6. 453, 454. 

Bullard, William, 14. 110. 

Bullen, Moses, 13. 223. 

Buller, Sir Francis, 10. 181 ; 19. 219. 

Bullifant, Philip, 3. 260. 

Bullinger, Henry, 11. 452 n. 

Bullivant, Dr. Benjamin, ig. 142. Sketch 
of, 16. 102. His ' Journal of Proceed- 
ings/ etc., 16. 103-108. 

Bullivant, Hannah, 16. 102. 

Bullock, Mr., 1775, 6. 183. 

Bullock, Hon. Alexander H., LL.D., 
11. 335, 342; 19. 285. Reply to his 
communication on the ' Hutchinson 
Papers/ 10. 118-133. His remarks on 
Gov. Lincoln before the Worcester 
County Agricultural Society quoted, 
11. 73. Elected a Resident Member, 
14. 185. Accepts membership, 14. 186. 
Death of, 19. xx. His death announced 
by the President, 19. 230, 231. Resolu- 
tion of the Society, ig. 232. Judge 
Devens to prepare a memoir of, 19. 232. 



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Bull's Coffee House, xx. 26, 31. 

Bulpen, , 8. 211. 

Bulwark, sfo>, 5. 360. 

Bui wer, TCdward Lytton, Lord Lytton, see 
Lytton. 

Bui wer, Edward Robert, 2c? Baron Lytton, 
see Lytton. 

Bui wer, Henry L., 3. 77. 

Bumford, Col. George, death of, 1. 
xlviii. Nominated a Corresponding 
Member, 2. 172. Elected, 2. 175. Ac- 
cepts membership, 2. 177. 

Bumpkin's (Bumkin) (Ward's) Island, 
given to Harvard College by Mr. Ward, 
6. 349, 350. Afterwards called Ward's 
Island, 6. 350. 

Bumstead, Mr., 7. 258. 

Bumstead, Mr., 7. 440. 

Bumstead, Mrs. Fanny, 13. 424. 

Bumstead, John, 13. 424. 

Bunch of Grapes, tavern, 12. 66; 19. 147 n. 

Bunhill Fields burial-ground, London, 13. 
105. 

Bunhill Fields Preservation Committee, 

13. 105. 

Bunker, Rev. Benjamin, H.C. 1658, 8. 12, 
21, 26. Called to the church in Bridge- 
water, Mass., 13. 68. 

Bunker, George, 14. 54. 

Bunker, James, 14. 145; 16 265. 

Bunker, Jno., money owed to Harvard 
College, 6 349. 

Bunker, John, killed by Indians, 14. 145. 

Bunker Hill, Charlestown, Mass., 7. 206, 
207, 212, 217, 221, 239, 242, 244, 248, 
249, 260 ; 11. 306; 18. 134 n., 345. Pro- 
posal to celebrate the anniversary of 
the battle of, 1. 381. Monument at, 1. 
433. The erection of the fortifications 
and defences, 3-99; 4 36, 52, 188, 259, 
261, 296, 302, 304. Meeting of the So- 
ciety on the anniversary of the battle, 
4. 55-106. Map of, 6. 38. Bombard- 
ment of Cobble Hill from, 7. 222. 
Burning of houses near, 1776, 7. 227, 
228. Works on, destroyed, 1776, 7. 
241, 242. Picture of, exhibited, 11. 
163, 164. Plan of fortifications on, 
presented, 12. 427. Origin of the name, 

14. 54. First monument on, 14. 65. 
Bunker Hill Battle, 6. 38, 187, 368; 7. 

190, 191, 197, 374; 11. 151; 12. 68, 176, 
192, 194; 15. 28; 17. 23, 43, 63, 232, 
287, 289, 290, 294, 315, 326, 329-332; 
18. 350. A committee appointed to 
examine certain manuscript volumes 
pertaining to the survivors of, 2. 224. 
Report of the committee, 2. 225. Let- 
ter concerning the manuscripts relating 
to, 2. 230. Manuscripts relating to, 2 
231 n.> 232 n. Motion to inquire into 
the historical value of the manuscripts, 
2. 232, 234, 235, 235 n. Letters referring 
to, 3. 99; 11. 225-227 Service of 
negro soldiers, 6. 175-180. Number 



of killed, 7. 194. Dr. Holmes's poem 
on, 14. 32-36. Centennial celebration 
of, 14. 52. Mr. Frothingham's remarks 
on, 14. 53-68. Maps and plans of, 14. 
55-58. Papers relating to, 14. 68-91. 
Judge Prescott's account of, 14 68-78. 
The command at, 14. 73-75. Letter of 
James Warren on, 14. 79-81. Of Sam- 
uel B. Webb on, 14. 81-83. Extracts 
from Col. Storrs's Diary, 14. 84-87. 
From an orderly-book, 14. 87-91. Let- 
ter from Col. V. Jones, 14. 91. Ex- 
tracts from Dr. Belknap's note-books 
and letters, 14. 92-98. Direction of 
the wind during, 14. 98. Earl Percy 
and, 14. 99. Gen. Burgoyne's opinion 
on, 14. 242. List of British killed and 
wounded in, 15. 108 n. Account of, 15. 
108 n., 254. 

Bunker Hill Monument Association, 2. 
230, 231 n., 232 n. ; 11. 82; 14. 318; 16. 
377 ; 17. 428. Donations from, 5. 223 ; 
8. 442; 10. 330; 11. 498. Invitations 
from, 14. 52, 318; 18. 431; accepted, 
14. 52. Plans and documents relating 
to, presented, 17. 165. 

Bun sen, Christian Carl von, 18. 334 ; 20. 
362. His ' Signs of the Times/ 4. 321. 

Bunyan, John, 18. 339, 393; 19. 6; 20. 71, 
179, 180, 182, 185, 349. 

Buonarotti, Michael Angelo, 18. 2, 8, 
219. 

Burbank, , 12. 363. Letter of Judge 

Sewall to, 12. 359. 

Burbank, , son of the preceding, 12. 

Burbank, Abijah, 14. 251. 
Burbeck, Capt., 16. 361. 
Burbeck, William, 11. 140. 

Burbee, , 7. 241. 

Burchet, Peter, 20. 150 n. 
Burchett, Thomas, Secretary of the Ad- 
miralty, 12. 256. Letter of, to Capt. 

Davers, 12. 255. 
Burdelt and Muskett, 20. 150 n. 
Burdet, Benjamin, 11. 140. 
Burdett, Rev. George, 3. 312 ; 14. 117 ; 17. 

343. 
Burdett, Robert, seized, 6. 71 n. 
Burdick, William, 1. 98. His 'Oration 

on the Art of Printing/ x. 153. 
'Bureau de la Statistique Gene'rale de 

France,' see France. 
Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, 

see United States. 
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, etc., see 

United States. 
B urges, Robert, holds stock belonging to 

Harvard College, 6. 349. 
Burgess, Bishop George, 18. 102 n. ; 20. 

395. Elected a Corresponding Member, 

6. 426. His death, 8. xvi ; 9. 242 ; 10. 3. 

Announcement of the death of, 9. 242. 

Resolution adopted by the Society, 9. 

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Burgess, George C, Stereoscopic View of 
Dighton Rock, presented by, 10. 470. 
Donation from, n. 44. 

Burgess, William, see Burgiss. 

Burghley, William Cecil, Lord, 16. 432, 
434. 

Burgis, William, 18. 319. Map of Boston 
drawn by, 6. 37 ; n. 158. Description 
of the map, 6. 37. 

Burgoyne, Lady Charlotte, 14. 238. 

Burgoyne, Gen. John, 1. Ill n., 405; 3. 
113; 4. 67, 68, 287 ; 5. 11; 7. 195, 254; 
H.301; 12.186,361; 13. 245,290; 14. 
76, 79, 92, 99 n., 232, 276, 277, 346, 354, 
358; 15. 43, 228; 16. 160, 163, 299; 17. 
23, 58, 90, 91 ; 18. 345; 19. 200. Skir- 
mishes described, 3. 113. The battle 
of Bemis's Heights, 3 272. Incidents 
of the Revolution, 3. 273-280 ; 6. 368. 
His surrender to Gen. Gates, 3. 274, 275, 
277, 280; 6. 194; 7. 479. Matters per- 
taining to negro enlistments, 6. 209. 
His return to England, 7 226 ; 14. 247. 
Proclamation of, from the camp at 
the river Bouquet, 12. 189, 190. * Bur- 
goyne in Boston' (Dr. Ellis's paper), 
14. 233-247. Sketch of his life, 14. 
235, 236. His unwillingness to serve in 
America, 14. 236-238. His letters home 
concerning Lexington and Bunker Hill * 
battles, 14. 240. His plan for a cam- 
paign, 14. 243. His correspondence 
with Gen. Lee, 14. 244. Other letters 
from Boston, 14. 245, 246. 

Burgundy, John, Duke of, 7. 153. 

Burgundy Pitch, 5. 398.' 

Burgwin, see Berguyn. 

Burial-grounds, petition to the General 
Court to preserve the old, in Massa- 
chusetts, 17. 314. 

Buridan, John, 17. 173. 

Burke, ^Edanus, 6. 216-218. His ' Con- 
siderations on the Society of the Cin- 
cinnati/ 1. 20. 

Burke, Edmund, 1. 11; 2. 400; 7. 399; 
11. 107; 16. 45; 18. 63; 20. 155. Let- 
ter to, from B: Franklin, 4. 25, 26. 
And Fox, 7. 403. His ' European Set- 
tlements in America,' 1. 153. Quoted, 
5- 451. 

Burke, Sir John Bernard, 13. 64, 125, 
329, 408, 408 n., 409 n. ; 18. 7 1. Elected 
a Corresponding Member, 13. 264. Ac- 
cepts membership, 13. 345. Cited, 12. 
319, 416, 417. His 'Visitation of Seats 
and Arms ' cited, 6. 490. His ' Orders 
of Knighthood ' cited, 20. 62 n. 

Burke, William, 11. 144. 

Burke, William, 16. 69, 70. 

Burlingame, Hon. Anson, 10. 452 n. ; 16. 
437 ; 19. 306. 

Burlington, Mass., 10. 316 ; 13. 397. 

Burlington, N. J M 8. 329 ; 20. 248. 

Burlington, Vt, 4. 99 ; 19. 350, 352. 

Burman, Lieut. John, 15. 86 n. 



Burnaby, Rev. Andrew, his 'Travels 

through the Middle Settlements of 

America/ 1. 48. 
Burnam, Hannah (Mrs. Smith), "14. 152. 
Burnap, George W., donation from, 2. 

551. 
Burnet, Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury, 16. 

208. Mystery of the letter from Charles 

II. explained, 6. 490. The ' History of 

his own Times' cited, 6. 490. His 

' History of the Reformation/ 18. 429. 

His ' Pastoral Care/ 18. 430. 
Burnet, Hon. Jacob, his 'Notes on the 

Northwestern Territory ' cited, 17. 187 n. 
Burnet, Mathias, D.D., his Connecticut 

election sermon, 1. 167. 
Burnet, O. T., his ' Life of Shaftesbury ' 

cited, 6. 67 n. 
Burnet, Gov. William, 6. 37, 38 ; 12. 402, 

404; 15. 179; 16. 398. Applies for his 

salary, 5. 118. His ' Essay on Scrip- 
ture Prophecy/ 1. 6; 3. 88. 
Burnett, Joseph, donation from, 10. 469. 
Burnett, Waldo Irving, M.D., 14. 17, 23. 
Burnham, Edward, gifts from, 16. 335; 

17. 234. Vote of thanks to, 16. 336. 
Burnham, John, 14 61. 
Burnham, Robert, 16. 265. 
Burnham, Samuel, 18. 285. 
Burnham, Thomas Oliver Hazard Perry, 

10. 426; ig. 118. 
Burnham, William, 17. 182 n., 187, 187 n., 

193. 
Burnham Statue, proceedings at the ded- 
ication of, 2 530. 
Burnouf, £mile, 13. 379. 
Burns, Anthony, 13. 300 n. 
Burns, Robert, 14. 312; 19. 272, 303. 

Centennial celebration in Boston, 19. 

302. 
Burns Club, Boston, 19. 302. 
Burnside, Samuel M., 2. 255 n. ; 11. 49. 
Burnside Mine, description of, 8. 281, 282. 
Burnt District, Boston, photographs of, 

presented, 13. 246. 
Burnyeat, John, 12. 343. See Fox, 

George. 
Burr, Mr., 16. 182. 
Burr, Mr. & Mrs. (Fairfield, Conn.), 11. 

17-20. 
Burr, Misses A. & E. D., xi. 19. 
Burr, Hon. Aaron, 10. 452; 16. 121; 19. 

260; 20. 345, 361. His letters, 5. 310. 

Counsel for the Castorland settlers, 7. 

335. 'Examination of the charges 

against/ by Aristides, 1. 167. 
Burr, Rev. Aaron, D.D., his Fast sermon, 

1. 19. His 'Answer to Emlyn/ 1. 76. 

Mr. Livingston's oration on the death 

of, 1. 146. 
Burr, Gershom, 11. 16, 17. Marriage of, 

to Miss Young, 11. 19. 
Burr, Jonathan, 8. 12, 21, 25. 
Burr, Judge Peter, 8. 29 ; 10. 162. 
Burr, Samuel, 8. 29. Letter of, 1. 257 n. 



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Burrell, George, 12. 108. 

Burrett, William, 15. 336. 

Burrill, Ebenezer, 18. 369, 370. 

Burrill, George R., presents a copy of 
his oration on Washington, 1. 130. 

Burrill, John, 20 287, 315, 317. 

Burrillville, R. L., 8. 196. 

Burrington, Thomas, 12. 116. 

Burroughs, Charles, 20. 313, 318, 319. 

Burroughs, Charles, eldest son, 20. 312. 

Burroughs, Rev. Charles, D.D., 4. 94. 
Presents donations to the Society, 2. 
11, 450. Donations from, 9. Q&, 68. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 
2. 223. Elected, 2. 224. Subject of 
lecture given by, 2. 226 n. Donation 
of manuscripts, etc , from, 9. 472. Vote 
of thanks to, 9. 473. Death of, 10. 
xvi, 135, 136. 

Burroughs, Edward, 18. 360. 

Burroughs, Elizabeth (Mrs. Thomas), 20. 
294 n. 

Burroughs (Burrough), Rev. George, 8. 
14, 22, 27; 16 146; 18. 244; 20. 290, 
293, 293ti., 294 n, 313, 315, 316, 318, 
319. Documents relating to, 5. 31. 
Accused of witchcraft, 5. 32-37 ; 16. 
146. Bill to reverse the attainder of, 
20. 288. 

Burroughs, Mrs. George (Ruck), wife of 
Rev. George Burroughs, 5-36. 

Burroughs, Rev. Henry, 15. 171, 164, 169. 

Burroughs, Jeremiah, 20. 318, 319. 

Burroughs, Rev. Jeremiah, n. 201. 

Burroughs, John, Jr., 11. 395. 

Burroughs, Mary, 20 319. 

Burrows, Lieut. William, 15. 188. 

Burslem, John, 16. 197, 198. 

Burt, , 13. 252. 

Burt, Benjamin, 11. 140. Donations from, 
1. 30, 33. 

Burt, Capt. Gideon, 15. 78, 78 n. 

Burt, Hannah (Mrs. Judd), 18. 184. 

Burt, Harwood, 3. 261. 

Burt, Capt. James, 15. 76, 76 n. 

Burt, Rev. John, 8. 219. 

Burt, Samuel, 18. 184. 

Burt, Major W. L , donation from, 8. 172. 

Burton, Mr., an actor, 19. 217. 

Burton, Henry, 17. 340. 

Burton, Rev. Henry, 11. 447 n. His 'Vin- 
dication of Churches' cited, xi. 447, 
448, 457, 463. 

Burton, John Hill, D.C.L., 19. 285. 
Elected an Honorary Member, 16. 385. 
Accepts membership, 17. 33. His death, 

18. xx. Death of, announced by the 
President, 19. 4, 5. His publications, 

19. 4, 5. 

Burton, Mary, a refugee from Boston in 

1776, 18. 266. 
Burton, Capt. Richard F., 13. 352. 
Burton, Stephen, 20. 164. 
Burton, William, 11. 393, 395. 
Bur well, James, 3. 260. 



Burwell, Capt. Nathaniel, 9. 245, 246. 

Burwell, Hon. William A., 9. 244, 246. 

Bury, Michael, 15. 130. 

Bus, Joseph, killed by Indians, 14. 124. 

Bus, William, killed by Indians, 14. 124. 

Busby, Abraham, 3. 338. 

Bush, Rev. Solon W., donation from, 10. 
311. 

Bush Town, Md., 19. 71. 

Bushnell, Horace, D.D., 18. 336. 

Buss, Elizabeth, the elder, 14. 147 n.; 20. 
319. 

Buss, Elizabeth, *Ae younger, 20. 319. 

Buss, John, 14. 147 n. ; 20. 319. 

Buss, Mrs. Mary, 14. 147. 

Bussey, Benjamin, 1. 192 n.; 18. 401 n. 
Contributes to purchase the Society's 
building, 1. 465 n. 

Bussey, Lieut. Isajah, 15. 84. 

Bussey Institution, 18. 55. 

Butcher, John, surveyor, 12. 52. 

Bute, John Stuart, Earl of 13. 156. Cari- 
cature of, 3. 37, 38. 

Butel-Dumont, George Marie, his * Con- 
duite des Francais/ 1. 340. 

Butler, , 8. 211. 

Butler, Hon. Benjamin F., of committee 
to prepare a memorial for Congress 
concerning the printing of certain scien- 
tific works, 2. 336, 337. 

Butler, Caleb, his ' History of Groton ' 
cited, 14. 61, 68 ; 16. 5. 

Butler, Clement M., D.D., his 'History of 
the Common Prayer ' cited, 18. 297 n. 

Butler, Lady Eleanor, 13. 64. 

Butler, Gillam, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 266. 

Butler, Rev. Henry, 8. 12, 21, 25. 

Butler, James, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 266. 

Butler, James L., Esq., donation from, 9. 
347. 

Butler, Capt. Joseph, 14. 89 ; 15. 80, 106, 
117, 133- 

Butler, Mrs. Mary (Phillips), 5. 64, 74, 
165, 166 ; 13 101, 103. 

Butler, Samuel, passage in his 'Hudibras' 
relating to an incident in New England 
history, 12. 59. 

Butler, Simeon, 19. 45. 

Butler, Lieut. Thomas, 15. 82. 

Butler, William, on slavery, 6. 145. 

Butler, William Allen, donation from, 
10. 2. 

Butler Institution for the Insane, Provi- 
dence, R. I., employs Dr. Bell, 7. 48. 

Butolph Street Chapel, Boston, 10. 107. 

Butrigarius, Galeatius, cited, 10. 383. 

Butter as a medicine, 5. 391. 

Butterfield, Lieut., 14. 143. 

Butterfield, John, 16. 345. 

Butterick, Major John, 14. 88; 15. 80, 89, 
92, 95, 98, 99, 103, 104, 106, 108, 108 n. t 
142, 160. 

Buttolph, Saint, 6. 31. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Buxton, Me., 12. 405, 408. Origin of the 
name of, 12. 416. 

Buxtorf, Johann Baptist, d. 1629,. 18. 
140 n. His ' Lexicon/ 18. 426. His 
' Thesaurus/ 18. 426. 

Buxtorf, Johann Baptist, d. 1664, 18. 
140 n. 

Buys, Paul, 16. 434. 

Byam, Edward, 12. 289. 

Byam, ship, 7. 418, 419. 

Byers, Mr., 19. 14. 

Byfield, Judge Nathaniel, 16. 394. 

Byfield, Mass., 18. 355; 20. 233. 

By-Laws of the Society, 1. xxvii, 67 n., 
69-73, 132, 206, 230 n., 251; 2. 115 n., 
116 n., 335; 3. 47,49,83, 239-250; 4. 
237, 238; 5. 194-201; 6. 13; 13. 269. 
The Treasurer to frame an additional, 
1. 102. New, reported and adopted, 1. 
105. Standing Committee to consider 
alteration in, 1. 106. To be printed, 1. 
132. Alterations, 1. 161. Amended 
code of, 1. 207-212. A new clause 
added to one of, 1. 222. Alteration 
of one, 1. 227. A new one added, 1. 
253. Committee appointed to revise, 
1. 349, 453, 455. Standing Committee 
to revise, 1. 428, 460. Draft of new 
code reported, 1.466. Amendments to, 

1. 468, 478 487, 489. Additions to, 

2. 189 n., 270 n. Proposed amendment 
of, 2. 241, 246, 247. The regulations 
respecting the Society's manuscripts, 2. 
434 n. Committee to revise, 2. 478, 
482. Report of the committee of re- 
vision, and proposed amendments, 2. 
484, 485, 485 n., 508. Discussion of 
amendments in, 2. 512. Printed in 
Vol. II. of the fourth series, 2. 512 n. 
Contents or Articles in, 2. 513-524. 
Communication from Mr. Felt, with 
reference to, 2. 533. Article referring 
to the opening of the Library, 2. 587, 
588. New code adopted by the Society, 

3. iv. Committee of five appointed to 
revise, 3. 154. A temporary set adopted 
for the Dowse Library, 3. 178. Dr. 
Bobbins asks to postpone the report 
of the committee on, 3. 178, 188. 
Committee on alterations in, 11. 495. 
Change in, made, 12. 70, 225. Draft 
of new, submitted, 13. 114. Adopted, 
13. 139. Text of the new, 13. 140-150. 
Amendments of, proposed, 17. 160 ; 
adopted, 17. 170. Committee ap- 
pointed to revise, 19. 122. Report of 
the committee, 19. 126. Revised form 
of, 19. 182-193. 

Byles, Belcher, 18. 364. 

Byles, Ebenezer, his observations of the 

weather, 1794, 1. 81. 
Byles, Mrs. Elizabeth, 18. 363. 
Byles, Josias, 18. 364. 
Byles, Miss Kitty, donation from, 1. 

50. 



Byles, Rev. Mather, D.D., 2. 54; 15. 171 ; 
16. 291; 18. 143, 144 n., 364; 20. 95. 
His puns and humor, 8. 333 ; 12. 323 ; 

14. 305. Portrait of, by Pelham, 9. 
199 ; 12. 320. 

Byles, Rev. Mather, D.D., the younger, 15. 
170, 171, 176; 18. 364. (Or Dr. Caner?) 
8. 399. A refugee from Boston in 1776, 
18. 266. ' Debate with the Pastor of 
the First Church in New London ' cited, 

15. 170. 

Byles, Miss Polly, donation from, 1. 50. 

Byles, Sarah Louisa, gift from, 18. 363, 
364. Vote of thanks to, 18. 364. 

Byley, Henry, 12. 397. 

Byng, Pattee, see Torrington, Viscount. 

Byron, George Gordon Noel, Lord, 4. 
398; 10. 422, 438 ; 15. 293 ; 16. 410,412, 
418; 17. 43,403; 19. 272. His lame- 
ness, 3. 368. 

Byron, Admiral John, 20. 90. 

Bythner, Victorinus, his 'Lyra Prophe- 
tica/ 18. 426. 



c. 

Cabellero, Don Joseph Augustin, manu- 
script discourse of, 2. 104, 105, 10E n. 
The 'Eulogy on Columbus/ 2. 113, 
117, 118 n. 

Cabildo, Guatemala, 4. 282. 

Cabinet-Keeper, 4. 6. Mode of election 
of, 2. 484. His duties as presented in 
the By-Laws, 2. 515, 522; 3. 241, 243, 
248 ; 19. 191. See By-Laws. Annual 
Report of, for the years ending April, 
1858, 4. 18 ; 1859, 4. 249-251 ; 1860, 5. 
27, 28 : 1861, 5. 194, 195 ; 1862, 6. 17- 
19; 1863, 7. 23-25; 1864, 7. 359-361; 
1865,8. 261; 1866, 9. 189, 190; 1867, 
10. 14-16 ; 1868, 10. 172 ; 1869, 11. 44, 
45; 1870, 11. 251-253; 1871, 12 79, 80; 
1872, 12. 218,219; 1873, 13. 20; 1874, 
13. 278, 279; 1875, 14. 27; 1876, 14. 327 ; 
1877, 15. 269 ; 1878, 16. 165, 166 ; 1879, 
17. 69; 1880, 18. 28, 29; 1881, 18. 408; 
1882, 19. 289, 290 ; 1883, 20. 191, 192. 
See Alden, T. ; Appleton, William S. ; 
Davis, I. P. ; Denny, H. G. ; Eliot, J. ; 
Green, Samuel A.; McKean, J.; Minot, 
G. R. ; Oliver, F. E., M.D. ; Shurtleff, 
N. B. ; Turell, S. ; Webster, R. 

Cabinet of the Society, 1. xxxiv, xxxv, 
125 n., 136n., 163n., 250 n., 272, 481 n.; 3. 
133; 4. 6, 7, 18, 112, 242, 249, 254; 6. 12; 
10. 170, 485; n. 1, 39, 84, 143, 198, 246, 
466 n.; 12. 160; 13. 99, 100, 217, 265, 
278 ; 14. 26, 27, 157, 159, 326, 339; 15. 
269, 274; 16 365, 370; 17. 2, 19, 328, 
366; 18. 28, 29, 66, 118, 318; 19. 54, 60, 
62, 75, 112, 126, 224, 243, 379, 386, 386n.; 
20. 401. The room first used for, 1. 



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xxxv. Donations to, i. 50, 53, 55, 60, 

66, 68, 74, 76, 79, 82, 84, 87-89, 91, 98, 
100, 103, 114-116, 124, 131, 138, 139, 
147, 154-156, 168, 178, 179, 192, 202, 
203 ; 3. 248, 356 ; 6. 17 ; 7. 100, 101 ; 13. 
246, 305, 378, 451 ; 14. 26, 27, 103, 157, 
338; 17. 78. Laws regulating, 1. 71- 
73,209-212; 2. 522; 3. 241, 248; 19. 
191. See By-Laws. Condition of, 1. 
84. List of articles in, 1. 101. Com- 
mittee to consider measures for better 
preservation of, 1. 107. Winslow por- 
traits deposited in, 1. 414. Names to 
be placed on the portraits in, 1. 476. 
Opened to purchasers of tickets to the 
course of lectures, 1. 480. Permission 
given to Mr. J. Herring to use certain 
articles in, 2. 26. The ' strong-box ' of 
Father Ralie deposited with the Soci- 
ety, 2. 322; 3. 40. Need of a better 
arrangement in, 2. 590. Number of 
articles in, to be reported to the Society, 
2. 605. Father Ralle's ' strong-box' to 
be delivered to Major Waldron, 3. 40. 
Visited by the Antiquarian Society and 
by the General Society of the Cincin- 
nati, 3. 204. Relic from the ' Bon- 
homme Richard ' given, 3. 216. Need of 
larger accommodation for, 4. 6. Upper 
room suitable for, 4. 7; 6. 7, 8. Acces- 
sions to, for the years ending April, 
1859, 4. 250, 251 ; 1860, 5. 27, 28 ; 1861, 

5. 194; 1862, 6. 17; 1863, 7. 24, 25; 
1864, 7 359-361 ; 1865, 8. 261; 1866, 9. 
189 ; 1867, 10. 14 ; 1868, 10. 172 ; 186*>, 
H. 44; 1870, n. 251 ; 1871, 12. 79; 
1872, 12. 218; 1873, 13. 20; 1874, 13. 
278, 279 ; 1875, 14. 27 ; 1876, 14. 327 ; 
1877, 15. 269 ; 1878, 16. 165 ; 1879, 17. 
69; 1880, 18. 28, 29; 1881, 18. 408; 
1882, 19. 289, 290 ; 1883, 20. 191, 192. 
List of articles bequeathed by Gen. 
Sumner, 12. 289. Vote concerning the 
Natural History specimens in, 16. 256. 
Copy of the portrait of Gov. Winslow 
made for, 20. 1. Articles returned to, 
by the Bostonian Society, 20. 192. 
Catalogue of, 20. 192. Annual Reports 
of, see Cabinet-Keeper. 

Cabot, Mrs., portrait of, by Blackburn, 

16. 388. 
Cabot, Lieut Francis, 15. 81. 
Cabot, Frederick {Cabot fr Lee), 11. 308. 
Cabot, Hon. George, 1. 800, 302 n., 383; 

6. 149; 8. 297; 11. 97; 14. 205; 15. 
321,322; 17. 18, 114, 116, 117 n., 364; 
18. 245. Donation from, 1. 201. Life 
and Letters of, cited, 1. 302 n., 317, 
383 n. 

Cabot, Henry, 19. 173, 175. 

Cabot, J. Elliot, LL.B., 16. 164; 18. 
154. Letter from, 2. 498, 499. Dona- 
tion from, 12. 427. Elected a Resident 
Member, 15. 380. Accepts member- 
ship, 15. 386. Elected a member of the 



Executive Committee of the Council, 

19. 297; 20. 199. 'Memoir of Hon. 
Thomas G. Cary ' by, 18. 166-168. 

Cabot, John, 12. 441; 17. 377; 18. 79, 

80; ig.387; 20. 363. 
Cabot, Samuel, 19. 282. 
Cabot, Sebastian, 10. 384 ; 12. 350, 441 ; 

15. 244, 367 ; 16. 384 ; 18. 79, 118, 264; 

20. 363. Memoir of, 2. 40. A copy of 
portrait of, to be taken for the Society, 
2. 101. Portrait of, 2. Ill, 111 n. Pa- 
per on the portrait of, attributed to 
Holbein, 8. 91-96. Photograph of the 
map of, presented, 19. 387. Committee 
appointed on the map of, 19. 388. Copy 
of the map of, obtained by Mr. Win- 
throp, 20. 39. 

Cabrera, , 3. 385. 

Caddeck, , 15. 343. 

Cadell, Thomas, 15. 239 n. 

Cadets, Independent Company of, their 
monument at Mount Auburn, 17. 438. 

Cadwalader, John, 13. 126 ; 20. 104. 

Cadwalader, Gen. John, 11. 257. Letter 
from, to Gen. Washington, 6. 210. 

Cadwallader, Mrs. Nancy (Bond), 11. 
255, 257. 

Cadwallader, Gen. Thomas, 18. 284. 

Cadwell, Lieut. Daniel, 15. 78, 78 n. 

Cady, Major Jeremiah, 15. 81, 102, 160. 

Caesar, negro, petition of, 6. 199, 200. 

Caesar, Caius Julius, 3. 384 ; 17. 57, 459 ; 
20. 104. 

Cagnawagha, N. Y., 19. 403. 

Cahiata Church, 19. 72. 

Caiganee, 7. 449. 

Caine, Major, 16. 375. 

Cajetan, Thomas di Vio, 20. 375. 

Cakowehi, Pequot Indian, 16. 402. 

Calamy, Rev. Edmund, D.D., 1. 477 ; 8. 
219, 220. His * Nonconformists' Memo- 
rial,' 2. 448 n. His 'Continuation,' etc., 
2. 448 n. ; 17. 245 n., 254 n. 

Calcutta, 7. 417. The ice-trade in, 3 53, 
54. 

Calder, Major William, 1. 326. 

Calderon de la Barca, Pedro, Senor, 4. 428; 
20. 388. 

Caldwell, Capt., 6. 485. 

Caldwell, Mrs., 13. 293, 296. 

Caldwell, Adj. -Gen. J. H., donation from, 
10. 469. 

Caldwell, James, 13. 293, 297. 

Caldwell, John, 3. 191-193; 13. 293-298. 

Caldwell, Sir John, nominated a Cor- 
responding Member, 1. 500. Elected, 

1. 503. Present at meetings of the 
Society, 2. 17, 25, 28. Donation from, 

2. 182. 

Caldwell, Jonas, 6. 174, 175. 

Caldwell, Jonathan J., donation from, 5. 

145. 
Caldwell, Seth, 13. 296. 
Caldwell, Seth (or John), 3. 191-193, 197- 

202; i 3 .293-298. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Calef, E. W., 7. 256, 257. 

Calef, Robert, 1. 11 ; 10. 83; 14. 22 ; 16. 
147. Extracts concerning, 3. 288-293, 
322. His 'More Wonders of the In- 
visible World/ 1. 48; 3. 288; 10. 347. 

Calef, Capt. Robert, 5. 239 ; 8. 369 ; 15. 
337, 351, 353, 359. 

'Calendar of Charters and Rolls in the 
Bodleian Library/ 19 333. 

' Calendar of Home Office Papers ' cited, 
19. 74. 

'Calendar of State Papers' (British) 
cited, 12. 246. 

'Calendar of State Papers ' (Carew) cited, 
19. 82 n. 

' Calendar of State Papers ' (Colonial se- 
ries), 5. 5D, 60. A volume of, presented 
to the Society, 18. 179. Cited, 18. 87 n. 

'Calendar of State Papers' (Domestic) 
cited, 14. 360 n.\ 19. 76n.-78n., 82 »., 
83 n. 

'Calendar of State Papers* (Irish) cited, 
19. 82, 82 w. 

Calf, Capt., 17. 287. 

' Calf Moon/ on a French map of Boston 
Harbor, 7. 476. 

Calhoun, Hon. John C, LL.D., 5. 261, 
266; 6. 307, 308; 8. 173; 14.387; 19. 
17, 17 n., 24, 37, 41, 279. On slavery, 
6. 99. Letter from, to Theodore Lyman, 
19. 280, 281. 

Calhoun, Hon. William B., 5. 276. State- 
ment concerning the ' Hutchinson Pa- 
pers/ 2. 420 n. 

Calico printing in Massachusetts, origin 
of, 5. 263-271. 

California, 7. 413. Admission of, 7. 401. 
Excursion of the Board of Trade to, 
11. 309 n. Letter of Mr. Waterston 
from, 11. 317-353. Missions in, 11. 348- 
350. Archives of, 11. 350-353. 

Caligula, Caius Julius, 20. 367. 

Calker, B. C. V., 11. 302. 

Call, Elizabeth (Mrs. Bartlett), x. 324. 

Callahan, Capt., 4. 220. 

Callahan, Capt. (a sea-captain), 12. 326 n. ; 
13. 59, 60; 15. 337, 351, 353, 359. 

Callahan, Mrs., 13. 59, 60. 

Callan, B., 6. 39. 

Callender, , 17. 201, 202 n. 

Callender, , a British officer, 18. 76. 

Callender, Benjamin, 1. 315. 

Callender, George, 14. 64. 

Callender, John, 19. 165, 166, 169-172, 
176, 178. His autograph faces 19. 169. 

Callender, Capt. John, 15. Ill, 119. Sen- 
tenced by court-martial, 15. 118. 

Callender, Rev. John, his ' Historical Dis- 
course/ 1. 20, 191. 

Callender, Joseph, Engraver of Maps, 1. 
141 n. ; 6. 35, 38. 

Callender, William B, 14. 41. 

Callieres, Chevalier de, Governor of Can- 
ada, 12. 427. 
Calliope, schooner, 7. 416. 



Calverly, Sir Henry, 13. 109. 

Calvert, Mr., ig. 27. 

Calvert, Cecil, 2c? Lord Baltimore, see 
Baltimore. 

Calvert, Charles, 3d Lord Baltimore, see 
Baltimore. 

Calvert, George, 1st Lord Baltimore, see 
Baltimore. 

Calvert family, 4. 137. 

Calvin, John, 3. 308; 6. 327; 11. 201, 
433 n., 455; 16. 461; 17. 277, 280; 18. 
324. Cited, 11. 431-433, 440. His ' In- 
stitutiones/ 18. 427. His ' Opera,' 18. 
426. 

Calvinism, 3. 210; 6. 319, 327. In Geor- 
gia, 8. 216. 

Calyer, Lieut. Israel, 15. 85 n., 86. 

Cambreleng, Hon. Churchill C., 11. 356. 

Cambridge, Eng., 6. 54; 10. 439; 11. 388. 
Agreement at, Aug. 26, 1629, 11. 180, 
181 n. 

Cambridge, Mass., 3. iv, vii, 29, 80, 86, 
96-98, 100, 121, 151, 161-164, 166, 169, 
171, 172, 208, 209, 277, 288, 315, 317., 
318, 322 n., 324, 359; 4. 85, 93, 221, 222 ; 
6. 184, 212, 266, 267, 272 n., 274, 277, 
277 n., 280, 295, 296, 312, 315, 329, 342, 
348, 349, 351 ; 7. 212, 362, 389, 391 ; 
8. 335, 350-353, 363, 388, 391 ; 10. 327, 
458, 460, 468 n. ; 11. 10, 86-91, 100, 109, 
151, 219; 12. 14, 18, 25, 68, 193, 194, 
200, 205, 275, 394, 395, 400 ; 13. 9, 111- 
113, 132, 229 ; 16. 6 n., 9, 11, 29, 37, 54, 
119, 124, 129, 158, 180, 182, 239, 280, 
290, 301, 365, 375, 382, 390, 395 ; 17. 6, 7, 
12, 16, 26, 29, 30, 36, 62 «., 76, 78, 114, 
136, 138, 145, 147, 151, 157 n., 186, 186 «., 
234, 236, 237, 262-268, 270-274, 274 «., 
275-278, 280, 281, 287, 330, 337, 344, 
346, 351, 352, 365, 389, 396, 408-410, 
419, 428, 429, 432, 460 ; 18. 14, 16, 17, 
38, 55, 119, 139 n., 151, 157, 170, 173, 
183, 229, 232, 236, 240, 316, 318, 319, 
319 n., 320, 321 n., 338, 339, 352, 355, 
379, 417, 423 ; 19 2, 3, 13, 88, 94, 95, 
97, 102, 103, 126, 127, 138, 151 w., 172, 
194, 224, 225, 227, 247, 257, 300, 314, 
316, 322, 325 n., 339, 350, 376, 377, 390 ; 
20. 7, 19, 35, 36, 104, 123, 125, 140-142, 
14 7 , 156, 186, 188, 229, 230, 233-235, 23H, 
242, 346, 348, 404, 416. Dr. Holmes's 
'History of/ 1. 136. Map of, 1. 179. 
Plan of the farm belonging to the 
church of, 1. 254 n. A catalogue con- 
taining births, etc., 2. 52. Donations 
from, 3. 36; 9. 467; 11. 498. Early 
days of, 3. 370, 871. View of head- 
quarters of Washington, 1775, 4. 56. 
Plan to destroy, 1775, 4. 81. Descrip- 
tion of the camp at, 5. 221 n. First 
minister of, 6. 21. Enlistment of ne- 
groes, 6. 184-186, 197. In 1775-6, 7. 
186-188, 190, 192, 193, 199, 200, 204, 
205, 207-219, 222, 226-228, 233-235, 
237-239, 241, 246, 248, 249, 256. Whale- 



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boats sent to, 7. 196. Christ's Church 
in, 8.214; 10. 112; 12.324. Records 
of an association at, in the library, 10. 
163. Theological school at, independ- 
ent of the College, 10. 249. Washing- 
ton's headquarters at, 10. 259. Public 
schools in, 10. 445. Fund for relief of 
the families of the soldiers of, 10. 462 n. 
University at, 12. 13, 18. See Harvard 
College. Visit to, in 1792, 12. 61, 63. 
Headquarters of Washington in, 12. 
257-263. Origin of the name of, 12. 
396. Extract of a letter from, in 1666, 
12. 419, 420. 

Cambridge, .V. Y, 17. 325 n. 

Cambridge Association of Ministers, rec- 
ords of, 17. 262-281. Rules of, 17. 262, 
263. Address of, to the Governor and 
Council, 17 270, 271. Circular letters 
from, 17. 280, 281. 

' Cambridge Chronicle/ 10. 449, 453. G: 
Livermore's contributions to, 10. 442- 
444. 

Cambridge Common, 3. 309, 310, 371; 
6.179. 

Cambridge Farms, Lexington, Mass., 12. 
275. 

Cambridge Platform of 1648, 8. 449 ; 10. 
444; 17. 149 n., 151, 169. 

Cambridge School Committee, donation 
from, 2. 432. 

Cambridge Street, 5. 437 ; 7. 272 n. 

Cambridge University, Eng., 12. 359 ; 16. 
473; 18. 327. Table of graduates of, 
in New England, 17. 352. 

Cambridge Village (Newton), 6. 349 ; 13. 
111. 

Cambridgeport, Mass., 3. 370, 375, 395, 
397 ; 4. 91 ; 6. 345 n. ; 10. 415, 416, 457 ; 
19. 198. Early days of, 3. 371-373. 
Described by Dr. Holmes, 3. 372. 

Camden, William, his ' Remains ' cited, 
4. 14. His * Annals of Queen Eliza- 
beth ' cited, 10. 482. 

Camden, N. J., 6. 225. 

Camden Society, 6. 255 n.; 13. 124, 242; 
17. 303 ; 20. 19, 185. Publications of, 
presented to the Society, 3 110 ; 6. 15. 
Extract from the ' Diary of John Rous/ 

6. 415. 

Camden Street, Boston, 6. 29. 

Came, Samuel, 18. 370. 

Camers, John, his edition of Solinus, 19. 
328. 

Camp Cameron, North Cambridge, 7. 80. 

Camp Sanford, Washington, 7. 8i. 

Campbell, Capt., 12. 423. 

Campbell, , innkeeper, 17. 200. Situ- 
ation of his inn, 17. 200 n. 

Campbell, Lieut- Col. (Sir Archibald, 
M.P.), taken prisoner, 5. 332, 337; 

7. 258. Exchanged, 5 333. 
Campbell, Charles, donation from, 3. 256. 

His ' History of Virginia ' cited, 10. 24 n., 
27 n., 29 n. 



Campbell, Duncan and John, letters 
from, to Gov. Winthrop of Conn., 12. 
420-427. 

Campbell, F. A. G., and Nijhoff, Messrs., 
13. 308. 

Campbell, George Douglass, 8^ Duke of 
Argyle, see Argyle. 

Campbell, John, news-letters written by, 
to Fitz-John Winthrop, 9. 485-501. 

Campbell, John, Baron, his 'Lives of the 
Chancellors ' quoted, 7. 318, 325. On 
Judge Story, 10. 197. 

Campbell, John, 2c? Duke of Argyle, see 
Argyle. 

Campbell, John, Earl Loudon, see Lou- 
don. 

Campbell, John, LL.D., d. 1775, 20. 46 n. 

Campbell, John Douglas, Marquis of 
Lome, see Lome. 

Campbell, Rev. John Kippen, his sermon 
before the Society for Propagating 
Christian Knowledge, 1. 147. 

Campbell, Loomis J., donations from, 10. 
80; H.499. 

Campbell, R., American Consul at Genoa, 
5. 293. 

Campbell, Capt. Robert, 16. 72, 78 n. 

Campbell, Thomas, 3. 391; 4. 398; 10. 
438; 13. 429; 14. 46, 367; 18. 176. 

Campbell, William, a refugee from Bos- 
ton in 1776, 18. 266. 

Campbell, Capt. William, 15. 82. 

Campbell, William W., 2. 256 n. Dona- 
tion from, 2. 176. 

Campellio y Corrio, donation from, 4. 10. 

Campobello, island, 17. 207. 

Campus Martins, Marietta, 17. 188 n. 

Canada, 3. 33; 6. 187, 428; 7. 224,228, 
230, 231, 235, 248, 257, 258, 264, 370, 
371 ; 10. 324, 393 ; 11. 312-314, 327 ; 12. 
206, 227, 276, 461; 14. 122. 'List of 
Governors of/ 1. 8. * Value of British 
Property in/ 1. 8. * Importance of/ 1. 
20. ' Report on promoting Education 
in/ 1. 55. French archives of, 1. 55. 
'Letter describing settlements in Up- 
per/ 1. 111. Legislative documents of, 
2. 182. American successes in, 1775, 
7. 212. Donation from, 10. 144. Con- 
quest of, by the English, 11. 120-125. 
Kirke's conquest of, 14. 376 n. Popu- 
lation of, in 1713, 15. 21. 

Canada Company, 10. 380 ; 14. 376 n. 

' Canadian Church Press/ donation from, 
7. 115. 

Canajoharie, N. Y., 19. 404, 406, 422. 

Canal in Boston, 4. 79. 

Canal to the Connecticut River, 18. 65. 

Canals first constructed in Massachusetts, 
n. 59, 60. 

Canandaigua, N. Y., 4. 99 ; 5. 214 ; 10. 
335; 18. 4. Portraits in the court- 
house at, 13 67. 

Canary Islands, trade from, with Rich- 
mond Island, 3. 184. 



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Candler, Rev. Matthias, manuscript pre- 
pared by, 2. 377. Paper by J. L. Ches- 
ter, on the ' Candler Manuscript/ 5. 
486-499. 

Candolle, Alphonse Louis P. P. de, 17. 
409, 413. 

Candy Parish, N. H., aids Boston, 1774, 
4. 224. 

Cane, Christopher, 20. 266. 

Cane, Ruth (Mrs. Johnson), 20. 266. 

Caner, Rev. Henry, D.D., 14. 100; 15. 
331 ; 19. 234, 235. His sermon on the 
death of George II., 1. 191. (Or Dr. 
Byles * ) 8. 399. Bill of sale of a negro 
belonging to, 14. 257. A refugee from 
Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 

Canne, John, 17. 173. 

Cannibalism in New England, 14. 17. 

Canning, George, 12. 443 ; 17. 18 ; 19. 34 n. 

Canning, Stratford, see Stratford de Red- 
cliffe. 

Cannon, Richard, cited, 4. 149. 

Cannon-ball, a gift from J. Shipley, 4. 52. 

Cannon-ball from Brattle Street Church, 
20. 189, 192. 

Cannon-balls found on Breed's Hill, 7. 302. 

Canny, Joseph, 16. 265, 275. 

Canny, Mary (Mrs. Willey), 14. 151. 

Cano, Juan Sebastian del, 19. 60 n., 61 n. 

Canova, Antonio, 4. 311. 

Cansick, Frederick T., donation from, 12. 
12. His 'Epitaphs of S. Pancras,' 12. 
215. 

Canterbury, Charles Manners-Sutton, Vis- 
count, 12. 272. 

Canterbury, Conn., Church of, 8. 221. 

Canterbury, N. H., 17. 155. 

Canton, China, 7. 428, 429, 431, 432. 
Samuel Shaw appointed consul, 7. 395. 

Canton, Mass., 12. 52 ; 15. 5. 

Canton Packet, ship, 7. 411. 

Canton River, 7. 415. 

Cape Ann, 3. 28, 34 ; 7. 204, 256, 380. 

Cape Breton, 1. 20 ; 7. 476 ; 10. 161, 394 ; 
19. 387. ' Enquiry into the Causes of 
the Failure of the Expedition to/ 1. 19. 
* Histoire de/ 1. 201. 

Cape Cod, Mass., 3. 142, 294, 310, 324 ; 7. 
172, 249, 422 ; 16. 74-80, 83, 92, 94, 95. 
Statistics relating to the towns on, 
2. 81. Canal across, 2. 198. And the 
' Mayflower/ 4. 141. Compact at, 1620, 
9. 21. Manufacture of salt on, 15. 224. 

Cape Elizabeth, Me., 12. 405, 408. Grants 
made to Trelawney and Goodyear, 3. 
183. Taxation of, 8. 228. Named by 
Capt. John Smith, 12. 418. 

Cape Hatteras, 7. 414. 

Cape Henry, 7. 414. 

Cape Horn, 7. 412. 

Cape of Good Hope, 7. 411 ; 13. 327. 

Cape Sable, 4. 42. 

Cape Spencer, N. B., 17 208. 

Capellen, Baron J. D. van der, 10 161; 
12 289. 



Carpen, (Messrs. Marsh, Capen, fr 

Lyon), 2. 28. 

Capen, Hopestill, 11. 394, 395. 

Capen, John, d. 1692, 17. 144, 144 n. 

Capen, John, 20. 323. 

Capen, Rev. Joseph, 8. 23, 27. 

Capen, Nahum, requests the loan of cer- 
tain books, 2. 497. 

Capers, B. H., 11. 17. 

Capers, Gabriel, 11. 17. 

Capers, William H., 11. 19. 

Capes of Delaware, 5. 4. 

Capitol, Washington, D. C, table made 
from pieces of the dome, presented 
by B. B. French, 9. 353. 

Capponi, Gino, Marquis, 4. 201. 

Capron, Lieut. Benjamin, 15. 77. 

Capsa, Charles Francis, Bishop of, his 
letter on education, 1. 55. 

Captain's Hill, site of Standish's house, 
5. 159. 

Capucine Mission, Castine, Me , 7. 374. 

Caraccioli, papal legate, 20. 375. 

Caranna, a medicine, 5. 398. 

Carayon, Auguste, his 'Premiere Mis- 
sion' cited, 18. 91 n., 92 n. 

Cardiff Giant, 11. 158, 328. Letter of 
Prof. Marsh on, 11. 161. 

Cards made of horse-hide, exhibited, 12. 1. 

Cardwell, Edward, 3. 79. 

Cardwell, William, Esq., 11. 490. 

Careie, William, 19. 80. See Carey. 

Carell, see Caryl. 

Carew, George, 19. 80, 80 n. 

Carew, George, Lord, 13. 96. 

Carew, Gome, 18. 105 n., 115. 

' Carew Papers ' cited, 19. 82 n. 

Carey, Matthew (1695), 14. 129 n. 

Carey, Matthew, donations from, 2. 11, 
39. American Museum quoted, 3. 226 ; 
4. 153. 

Carey, R. M., donation from, 2. 237. 

Carey, Hon. Thomas G., his death, 5. 19, 

Carey, William, 19. 80, 80 n. 

Caribbean Sea, project of a ship-canal, 
3. 75-77. 

Caricatures relating to the American 
Revolution, 14. 168, 169. 

Cariey, Sir Wymond, 5. 498. 

Carl, pseu don., 19. 118, 119. 

Carle, Timothy, marriage of, 14. 152. 

Carleton, , 11. 310. 

Carleton, Dudley, Lord Dorchester, see 
Dorchester. 

Carleton (Carlton), Gov. Sir Guy, Lord 
Dorchester, 2. 196; 4. 38; 7. 219, 221, 
228,237; 12. 206 ; 14. 237 ; 15. 186; 19. 
407. The Carleton papers, 5. 346. Re- 
ported retreat to Quebec, 7. 216. Report 
a prisoner, 7. 222. 

Carleton, Osgood, 1. 141 n. ; 7. 425. De- 
scription of his map, 6. 35, 38. An old 
map of Boston by, exhibited, 17. 365. 

Carleton, Thomas, Governor of Aew 
Brunswick, 15. 187 ; 17. 210. 



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Carleton County, N. B., 17. 210 n. 

Carleton Papers, 5. 346. 

Carlile, Christopher, 19. 76. 

Carlisle, Charles Howard, 3d Earl, 12. 415. 

Carlisle, George William Frederick How- 
ard, 1th Earl of 16. 430. His ' Diary in 
Turkish and Greek Waters/ edited by 
C. C. Felton, 10. 357. 

Carlisle, Henry Howard, 4th Earl of, 12. 
415. 

Carlisle, James Hay, Viscount Doncaster, 
Earl of 13. 94. 

Carlisle, Mass., 12. 407 n. ; 18. 158; 19. 
377. Origin of the name of, 12. 415. 

Carlisle, Perm., 17 201, 201 n., 202 n. 

Carlow, , 17. 376 

Carlstadt, Andreas Bodenstein, 20. 379. 

Carlyle, Thomas, D. C.L., 13. 450 ; 14. 
194 ; 16. 427 ; 18. 324-329, 406, 19. 298, 
307. Manuscripts concerning the fam- 
ily of B: Franklin given by, to Edward 
Everett, 3. 174-176. Donates the Rec- 
ord Book of Ecton Parish to Mr. E . 
Everett, 3. 175, 176; 6. 334. Letter 
from, n. 198, 199. Elected an Honor- 
ary Member, 11. 225. Accepts mem- 
bership, 11. 233. His death, 18. xx. 
Extract from a letter from, to Dr. 
Worcester, 18. 173. Death of, an- 
nounced, 18. 323. Remarks by the 
President, 18. 323, 324. Paper upon, 
read by Mr. Ralph Waldo Emerson, 
18. 324-328. Remarks by Rev. James 
Freeman Clarke, 18. 329, 330 ; by Dr. 
William Everett, 18. 330; by Col. Lee, 
18. 330. Publication of his ' Sartor 
Resartus/ 18. 379. His 'History of 
Frederick the Great ' cited, 11. 114, 128, 
143. His < Sartor Resartus/ 16. 418. 
His 'French Revolution/ 16. 418. 

Carmichael, Lieut., 5. 375. 

Carmichael, Mr., 19. 362, 363. 

Carmichael, William, 10. 275. Letter 
from, exhibited to the Society, 18. 
287. 

Carmicle, Daniel, 15. 124. 

Carnaervon, Marchioness of 19. 218. 

Came, Ned, 8. 381, 

Carnes, Parson, 7. 204. 

Carnes, , son of Parson Carnes, 7. 214. 

Carnes, Edward, 7. 202; 11. 140. 

Carnes, Mrs. Emmeline (Dobell), 13. 421- 
423. 

Carnes, Emmeline Wainwright {Mrs. 
Weeks), 13. 423. 

Carnes, Francis, 13. 421, 423. 

Carnes, Francis John, 13. 423. 

Carnes, John, 5. 359. 

Carnes, Joseph, 11. 140. 

Carnes, Mrs. Laura C, 13. 423. 

Carnes, Lucy Payne (Mrs. Weeks), iq. 
405,423. ' 

Caro, Annibal, 10. 159. His ^Eneid, man- 
uscript, 1. 152 n. ; 10. 159. 

Carolina Art Association, 20. 394. 



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Carolinas, the, 6. 153. Locke's constitu- 
tion recognizes slavery, 7. 315. Map of 
coast, faces 20 402. 
Caroline of England, 1. 55, 191. 
Caroline, ship, 7. 428. 
Caroline Amelia Elizabeth of England, her 
death, 19. 31. 

Carpenter, , 17. 197. 

Carpenter, , a barber, 7. 198, 200. 

Carpenter, Charlotte M., Lady Scott, see 

Scott. 
Carpenter, Philip, killed by Indians, 14. 

145. 
Carpenter, Stephen C, on the death of 

Alex. Hamilton, 6. 281. 
Carpenter, William, 14. 145 n. 
Carpenter, Elder William, 8. 221, 222. 
Carpenters' Company of Philadelphia, 

donation from, 4. 54. 
Carr, Col, 29th British Regt., 6. 485. The 
British troops sent to the Castle, 6. 485. 
Carr, Mrs., refugee, 18. 266. 
Carr, Patrick, 6. 174. 
Carr, Robert, Earl of Somerset, see Somer- 
set. 
Carr, Sir Robert, Royal Commissioner, 4. 
273; 5. 37^; 6. 71;' 7. 344; 10. 382 ; 15. 
64 n., 66 n.; 18. 345. Letter from, to 
the Earl of Lauderdale, 4. 274-276. 
Carr, Lieut. Samuel, 15. 86. 
Carrel, Mrs., 17. 201. 
Carriar, Martha, 20. 313. 
Carriar, Thomas, 20. 312, 313. 
Carrigan, J. N., donations from, 3. 85 ; 5. 

52. 
Carrington, Col. Henry B., LL.D., 19. 
285 ; 20. 94. Elected a Corresponding 
Member, 19. 67. Accepts membership, 
19 97. Speaks of a recent discovery 
in Egypt, 20 361. 
Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton, 14. 45 ; 15. 

393. Portrait of, 1. 500, 500 n. 
Carroll, Daniel, 19. 393 n. 
Carroll, J., letter from, to Pres. Willard, 

2. 490. 
Carroll, Rt.-Rev. John, his 'Address to 
the Roman Catholics of the United 
States/ 1. 19. 
Carroll, Lieut. Jonathan, 15. 82. 
Carson, J. Brevoort, 3. 259. 
Carswell, Rev. Solomon, 17. 256 n. 
Carter, Major, 15. 91, 94. 
Carter, Mrs., 4. 135. 
Carter, D. M., 14. 64. 
Carter, Hannah (Mrs. Tracy), 16. 474. 
Carter, James, 11. 140. 
Carter, James & John, 11. 308. 
Carter, Nathaniel, 16. 285 n. 
Carter, Richard, 1657, 3. 337. 
Carter, Richard, Dover, 16. 265. 
Carter, Richard B. ( Carter, Hendee.fr Co.). 

17. 121. 
Carter, Samuel, 8. 13, 21, 26. 
Carter, Samuel, 11. 316. 
Carter, Thomas, 12. 117. 



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Carter, Andrews, & Co., Messrs., 19. 429 n. 

Carter-Brown Library, 20. 229, 230. 

Carter, Hendee, & Co., Messrs., 17. 121. 

Carteret, Sir George, 4. 345, 347; 6. 72 n.; 
13. 135. Report by, and grant to, 10. 
388. 

Carteret, John, see Granville, Earl of 

Carteret, Philip, 2. 546 n. 

Carthagena, S. A., paper by Ellis Ames 
on the expedition against, under Ad- 
miral Vernon, 18. 364-378 ; records of 
the Governor and Council of Mass., 
relating to, 18. 368-378. Appointment 
of commanders in the expedition 
against, 18. 373-375. 

Carthew, John, 12. 108. 

Cartier (Cartyer), Jacques, 5. 129. 

Cartwright, Capt., 15. 337. 

Cart wright, Mr., 11. 226. 

Cartwright, Mr., brings a slave from 
Russia to England in 1569, 7. 313. 

Cartwright, Charles W., 2. 206, 207. 

Cartwright, Col. George, one of the Royal 
Commissioners, 4. 274-276 ; 5. 377 ; 6. 
71 n.; 7-344; 12. 420; 15. 64 n. ; 16. 
229, 232, 234. 

Cartwright, John, 1. 177. 

Cartwright, Thomas, Bishop of Chester, 
17. 305. 

Cartwright, Rev. Thomas, 10. 382; 11. 
201 ; 13. 336 ; 17. 340. 

Cartyer, see Cartier. 

Carus, Karl Gustav, 14. 15. 

Carver, Capt., 2. 525. 

Carver, Gov. John, 6. 36 ; 10. 377 n. 
Sword of, presented, 1. 88, 114 n. ; 4. 
142 ; 5. 373. Elected first Governor of 
Plymouth Colony, 9. 22. 

Carver, Melzer, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 266. 

Carver, Mass., 2 291 n. 

Carwithan, G., 18. 68. 

Cary, Mr., 16. 292. 

Cary, Mrs., accused of witchcraft, 5. 35. 

Cary, Mrs. (Gray), 8. 386. 

Cary, Miss Anne, 16. 389. 

Cary, James, 18. 166. 

Cary, Michael, 20. 10. 

Cary, Nathaniel, 11. 392, 395. 

Cary, Major Richard, 14. 276 ; 15. 87. 
Appointed brigade major, 15. 143. 

Carv, Samuel, 18. 166. 

Cary, Hon. Thomas G. i. 367 ; 18. 154, 
206. Elected a Resident Member, 4. 
113. Donation from, 3. 63, 93. His 
death, 4. 331, 332. J: C. Gray to pre- 
pare a memoir of, 4. 451. 'Memoir of,' 
by J. Elliot Cabot, 18. 166-168. His 
'Life of Thomas H. Perkins/ 1. 353. 

Cary, William, 3. 260. 

Cary, William Eerdinand, 16. 389. 

Caryl, Rev. Benjamin, 1. 345. 

Caryl, Rev. Joseph, 10. 159; n. 201. 

Carysfort, ship, 6. 231. 

Casa, Giovanni della, 11. 422. 



Casas, Bartolome de las, 16. 318, 383. 
His 'History of Spanish Cruelties/ 1. 
11. Translation of, in the Dowse Li- 
brary, 3. 385. 

Casco, Ale., 16. 103, 106 ; 17. 353. 

Casco Bay, witchcraft at, 5. 36. 

Casey, Wanton, 17. 182n., 189, 189 n. 

Cass, Hon. Lewis, LL.D., 2. 176 ; 10. 218 ; 
20. 28, 29. Nominated a Corresponding 
Member, 1. 472. Elected, 1. 474. Ac- 
cepts membership, 1.483. Letter from, 
2. 213, 213 n. His death, 9. xvi. His 
death announced, 9 250; 10. 3. 

Cass, Mrs. Lewis, 19. 103. 

Cassas, Louis Francois, his ' Voyage Pit- 
toresque en Egypte et Syrie/ 17. 439. 

Cassini, Giovanni Domenico, 16. 239. 

Cassius, , 3. 366. 

Casteleyne, Abraham, 3. 333. 

Casteleyne, Vincent, 3. 333. 

Casteline, Mons., 11. 134. 

Castelli, Bartolommeo, his ' Lexicon/ 18. 
426. 

Castine, , 7. 332. 

Castine, Vincent de, 12. 119; 14. 135 n. 

Castine, Me., 12. 264; 16. Ill n. ; 20. 270, 
272. Inscription on a plate of copper 
found at, 7. 374 ; 13. 39. 

Castle Island, Boston Harbor, 5. 16 ; 6. 
207-209 ; 7. 245, 246, 256 ; 12. 182, 207- 
211 ; 17. 19-21. Embarkation of the 
British troops for, 3. 309 ; 6. 482, 483, 
485, 486. Records of, exhibited, 12. 181, 
207. Remarks on the memorial stone 
by Mr. Deane, 17. 19-22. Heliotype 
of the memorial stone placed in the 
fort, faces 17. 20. 

Castle William, Boston Harbor, 3. 10 ; 4. 
28,33,40; 5-55; 7-245; 1769,216, 
289; 18. 369, 371, 372; 19. 129-131, 
131n., 132, 133; 20. 350. 

Castleton, , 6. 357. 

Castoreus, Maurice, see Coster, J. L. 

' Castorland, Journal de/ 7. 326-338 ; 8. 
463; 10. 160; 15. 367. The 'Journal' 
presented, 7. 145. 

Castorland Piece, a medal, 7. 337, 338. 

Castro, Cristobal Vaca de, 16. 318. 

Caswell, Alexis, LL.D., 19. 382. 

Catacazy, Constantine de, 12. 174; 18. 
196 n. 

Catalogue of Harvard College, see Har- 
vard College. 

Catalogue of Harvard University Libra- 
ry, see Harvard University, Library of. 

Catalogue of the Cabinet of the Societv, 
3- 248. 

Catalogue of the Library of the Society, 
i.55, 103 n., 230 n., 474; 2. 16, 18, 19, 
32, 42, 43 n., 44 n., 81 n. ; 3. 145, 160, 
245; 4. 124; 8. 267; 10. 471; 13. 18, 
278 ; 19. 355. Preparation of, referred 
to the Standing Committee, 1. 467. As- 
sistant Librarian to use his discretion 
regarding entries in the Catalogue, 2. 



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83. Mr. Harris's labor thereon, 2, 120, 
121. A committee appointed to consid- 
er the printing of a new, 2. 418. Report 
of committee on, 2. 420. Action of the 
committee on, 2. 528. A committee 
appointed to report on making a new, 
2. 573. Report of the committee, 2. 
586-591. Services of Mr. James I. 
Wood, 2. 591 n. Services of Dr. John 
Appleton on, 2. 592 n. Subscription 
for making a new, 2. 594, 603 n. Pro- 
gress reported in the new issue of, 3. 
87. Prepared, 4. 5. Estimate of cost 
of publishing, 4. 52. Subscription for, 

4. 53. Printing, 4. 241-243. Vol. I. 
printed ; its binding, 4. 365, 379. Vol. 
II. in type, 4. 438. Completed, 5. 19. 
Vote of thanks to the committee on, 

5. 28. Entries of books in, and of addi- 
tions to the Library, 6. 16. Report on 
the shelf-catalogue, 10. 4, 147. List of 
MSS. belonging to the Society in 1792, 
catalogued by Dr. Belknap, 10. 323- 
325 ; 13. 229, 230. See foot-note, p. 41. 
Supplementary volume needed, 11. 43. 
Copy of the earliest printed, presented, 
11. 309. 

Catalogue Fund, 4. 253 ; 5. 23, 190 ; 6. 9. 

Cater, Richard, 14. 135. 

Cathalon, Stephen, 12. 289. 

Catharine, Empress of Russia, 2. 397, 403 ; 
15. 31, 32, 47. Desirous of procuring 
an Indian vocabulary, 3. 51. 

Catharine of Arragon, Queen of England, 
11. 424. 

Cathcart, Charles, Lord, 18. 368, 372. 

Catherwood, F., 2. 256??. 

Catholic Church on the jail lands, advo- 
cated by N. I. Bowditch, 5. 505. 

Catley, Anne, 19. 214. 

Catlin, George, 13. 13 ; 18. 203. Nom- 
inated a Corresponding Member, 2. 
113. Elected, 2. 115. Accepts mem- 
bership, 2. 120. His death, 12. xviii. 
Announcement of the death of, 12. 315. 
Notice of him by the President, 12. 316. 
His proposed picture of the Virginia 
Convention of 1829, 13. 25. His por- 
trait of Pres. Madison, 13. 25. Quoted, 
7. 448. 

Cato, negro, 20. 135. 

Cato, Marcus Portius, 18. 138; 19 213. 

Cato, I etter-of marque, ship, 5. 359. 

Cator, Mrs. Colonel, 20. 99. 

Catteau-Calleville, Jean Pierre Guil- 
laume, his 'View of Sweden/ 1. 113. 

Cattle, William, Carolina, 11. 140. 

Catullus, 3. 384. 

Caughnawaga, 11. 319, 321. 

Caulfield, James, Marquis Charlemont, see 
Charlemont. 

Caulking, Mr., 19. 407. 

Caulkins, Miss Frances M., 2. 424. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 
2. 424. Elected, 2. 425. To receive a 



copy of Vol. I., fourth series of the 
Collections, 2. 491. Donation from, 2. 
508. Her death, 10. xvi. Her death 
announced, 10. 473, 474. Her * History 
of New London ' cited and quoted, 6. 
255; 7. 345; 12. 397. Account of a 
MS. poem of, 11. 130. 

Cavaignac, Louis Eugene, 15. 316. 

Cavaliers, their character as settlers in 
the New World, 15. 18. 

Cave, Rev. William, D.D., his ' Primitive 
Christianity/ 18. 428. His ' Apostolici/ 

18. 429. His ' Ecclesiastici/ 18. 429. 
Cavellero, Dr. Joseph Augustin, see 

Cabellero. 
Cavendish, George. 17. 301, 304. His 

' Life of Wolsey,' 5-321. 
Cavendish, Lord William, 13. 109. 
Cavendish, Eng., 7. 115. 
Caverly, Anthony, 18. 372. 
Cavour, Camillo Benso, Count, 16. 15; 17. 

313. 
Cawdrey, Rev. Daniel, tract by, 1. 340. 
Cawkechan, Pequot Indian, 16. 402. 
Cawood, John, printer, 12. 441. His edi- 
tions of the Bible, 10. 428, 429. 
Cawton, Mrs. Elizabeth (Jenkyn), 5. 497, 

498. 
Cawton, Rev. Thomas, husband of E : 

Jenkyn, 5. 497, 498. 
Caxton, William, 3. 137 n.; 9. 343. 
* Caxton Memorial Bible,' 17. 1. 
Cayley, Arthur, 15. 385. 
Cayrawaga Indians take up the hatchet, 

7. 196. 
Cayuga County, N. Y., 7. 149. 
Cazeau, Mrs. Patience, death of, 15. 

343. D 

Cazeau, William, 15. 343. 
Cazenove, C. P. & Co., 3. 52.. 
Cazneau, Hon. Andrew, 11. 140; 15. 397; 

19. 147, 148. A refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 266. 

Cazneau, William, 11. 393, 395. 

Cebes, his ' Tabula/ 18. 430. 

Cecil, James, see Salisbury, Earl of 

Cecil, Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoigne, 
3d Marquis of Salisbury, see Salisbury. 

Cecil, Sir William, 2. 321. 

Cednor, William, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 266. 

Celestines, Sens, amortissement by Louis, 
Duke of Orleans, in their favor, 7. 153 ; 
10. 164. 

Cellar-pits found on Manomet River, 3. 
254, 255. 

Cemetery dos Prazeres, 2. 191. 

Cempoalla, 4. 282. 

' Censor/ 1. 6, 167. 

Centenarians, 8. 435-440; 10. 48. Ac- 
counts of, 11. 241, 345-347, 486-491. 

Centennial Exhibition, Phila., 14. 205,319, 
327, 329, 340. Report of the committee 
on, 14. 170. Mr. SaltonstalPs letter on, 
14. 170. 



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' Centennial History of the United States/ 
plan of the publication of, by the gov- 
ernment, presented by Mr. Winsor, 20. 
327. Referred to a committee of the 
Society, 20. 327. Report of the com- 
mittee, 20. 350. 

Center, John, 12. 107. 

' Centinel/ 2. 140 n. ; union of, with the 
' Gazette/ 19. 227. 

Central America, 2. 14 ; 3. 76. 

Central Church, New Haven, 19. 195. 

Central Universalist Church, Boston, n. 
129. 

Centreville, Va., 7. 82, 84. 

1 Centuries of Magdeburg ' cited, u. 459, 
460. 

* Century/ magazine, 20. 58, 96. 

Century Association, ' Proceedings of, in 
memory of Brig.-Gen. James S. Wads- 
worth, and Col. Peter A. Porter/ pre- 
sented by Martin Brimmer, Esq , 9. 
67. 

Ceracchi, Giuseppe, 4. 311 ; 12. 81 ; 13. 
254. 

Cerberus, ship, 5. 54. 

Ceres, ship, 6. 435. 

Cerinthus and St. John, 11. 211. 

Certificate, to be given to donors to the 
Library, 3. 245. 

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel, 3. 385 ; 20. 
388. 

Cestius, Caius, 19 205. 

Chabot, Charles, ' The Handwriting of 
Junius/ 12. 214. 

Chace, Mr., 7. 210. 

Chace, Mrs., 7. 189, 210. 

Chace, Capt. Peter, donation from, 1. 56. 

Chadbourne, Benjamin, 10. 99. 

Cliadbourne, Humphrey, 14. 372. 

Chadbourne, Paul A., LL.D., 18. 406 ; 
20. 189. Elected a Resident Member, 
18. 119. Accepts membership, 18. 179. 
Remarks by the President, on announc- 
ing the death of, 20. 106, 107. Resolu- 
tion of the Society, 20. 108. 

Chadwel, Samuel, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 266. 

Chadwell, Nicholas, 12. 116. 

Cli ad wick, Mr., 15. 95. 

Chadwick, Mr., donation from, 1. 131. 

Chadwick, Alfred, 19. 229. 

Chadwick, Edwin, 18. 327. 

Chadwick, Mrs. Elizabeth H., 19. 229. 

Chadwick, Lieut. John, 15. 79. 

Chagres, first steamer to, 7. 412. 

Chairs, donation and picture of one from 
the house of Dean Berkeley, 3. 24, 25. 
Donation and picture of a chair made 
from the house of Washington, in New 
York, 3. 123. First chairs used by the 
Society, 3. 166, 167. 

Chaleur Bay, 3. 37. 

Challons, Capt. Henry, 18. 86, 87, 87 n., 
114 n. 

Chalmers, Alexander, 18. 170. 



Chalmers, George, 3. 261 ; 8. 296 ; n. 

189, 191 n. ; 17. 378 ; 20. 280, 294 n., 
308. Nominated a Corresponding Mem- 
ber, 1. 252. Elected, 1. 254. Unpub- 
lished autograph manuscript of, 2. 362. 
The manuscript of, purchased, 2. 363. 
Leave to copy a portion of his MS. 
granted, 10. 331. His ' Political An- 
nals/ 1. 26; 2. 362, 363, 363 n.; 3. 261 ; 
4. 159 ; 6. 70 n. ; 7. 486 n. ; 10. 163; 11. 
174, 175 n., 188 n, 195; 13. 455, 457; 16. 
101. His 'Comparative Strength of 
Great Britain,' 1. 113. 

Chalmers, Rev. Thomas, D.D., 14. 155 ; 
16. 461 ; 17. 361. 

Chamber of Commerce, N. Y., see New 
York (State) Chamber of Commerce. 

Chamberlain, Mr., donation from, 10. 
484. 

Chamberlain, Capt. Freedom, 15. 75. 

Chamberlain, Furnell, 13. 372. 

Chamberlain, Jason, letter and donation 
from, 1. 238. 

Chamberlain, John, 1611, letters of, 
quoted, 10. 30 n.; 13. 88,93. 

Chamberlain, John, surveyor, 17. 210 n. 

Chamberlain, Hon. Mellen, LL.B. y 1. 
197 n. ; 8. 42 ; 14. 108; 15. 241 ; 17. 76 ; 
20. 190, 358. Elected a Resident Mem- 
ber, 12. 316. Reads a letter of Jeffer- 
son to Baron Humboldt, 14. 167. Reads 
sketch of the life of Rev. Samuel Hen- 
ley, D.D., 15. 230. Of committee to 
nominate officers, 17. 51, 362. Of com- 
mittee to arrange the collection of au- 
tographs of Mrs Grenville Temple 
Winthrop, 17. 102, 103. Moves a vote 
of thanks to Messrs. Appleton, War- 
ren, and Tuttle, 18. 36. Of committee 
to arrange the ' Winthrop Manuscripts/ 
18. 67. Remarks by, concerning arbi- 
trary arrests, 18. 154. Remarks by, on 
the currency question, in provincial 
times, 20. 32-34. Vote of thanks to, 
20. 37. Requested to prepare an ac- 
count of the Winthrop Manuscripts, 20. 
37. Moves a vote of thanks to Messrs. 
Lodge and Brooks, 20. 200. Remarks 
by, on the charges against Samuel 
Adams, 20. 223-226. Of a committee 
to consider the plan of a proposed 
Centennial History of the United 
States, 20. 327. 

Chamberlain, Richard, 16. 258; 17. 227. 
Extract from a letter of, to the Lords 
of the Council, 16. 259. 

Chamberlayne, John, F.R.S., letter to, 
in regard to his gift to Harvard Col- 
lege, 6. 346. 

Chamberlin, , 14. 161. 

Chambers, , inn kept by, 17. 202, 

202 n. 

Chambers, Charles, portrait of, by Smi- 
bert, 17. 96. 

Chambers, Hon. Ezekiel F., 19. 52, 52 n. 



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Chambers, George E., donations from, 7. 
100 ; 8. 314 ; g. 255 ; 10 83, 206 ; n, 499. 

Chambers, Robert, 12. 152. 
Chambers, William and Robert, 8. 450. 
1 Papers for the People/ its plagiarism, 
10. 448. 
Chambersburgh, Penn., 17. 200 n. 
Chambers's Tavern, Penn., 17. 202, 202w. 

Chamblee, , 7. 213. 

Chambrier, James de, n. 239. 

Chamier, Daniel, his ' Panstratiae,' 18. 430. 

Champdore, , 18. 88. 

Champernowne, C., 15. 384. 

Champernowne (Champernoon), Capt. 
Francis, 13. 314; 15. 163. 

Champernowne, Henry, 15. 384. 

Champlain, Samuel de, 8. 465; 13. 441 -^ 
14. 376 n. ; 15. 43 ; 17. 85 ; 18. 88, 89, 
104. His 'CEuvres' cited, 18. 88 n., 
97 n., 98 n. 

Champlain, Lake, 6. 187. 

Champlin, Mr., 6. 240. 

Champney, E. G., 19. 85 n. 

Champney, Ebenezer, ig. 165. 

Champollion, Jean Francois, d. 1832, 15. 
292. 

Champollion-Figeac, Jean Jacques, d. 
1867, his ' Documents Inedits relatifs a 
Jean, Sire de Joinville,' etc., 2. 875 n. 

Chancellorsville, battle of, 20. 345. 

Chancery Jurisdiction, essay on the es- 
tablishment of, in Massachusetts, 1. 
218. 

Chance well, ship, 10. 393, 394. 

Chandler, , postmaster, 12. 424. 

Chandler, , refugee from Boston in 

1776, 18. 266. 

Chandler, Mr., portrait of, by Smibert, 16. 
394. 

Chandler, Mrs., portrait of, by Smibert, 
16. 394. 

Chandler, Lieut. David, 15. 80. 

Chandler, Gardiner, 13. 62. 

Chandler, George, M.D., donations from, 
2. 569 ; 9. 247. 

Chandler, Horace P., donations from, 10. 
134, 311 ; 11. 499. 

Chandler, Rev. James, Tucker's letter to, 
i.79. 

Chandler, Col John, 19. 250. 

Chandler, Col. John, a refugee from Bos- 
ton in 1776, 18. 206 ; ig. 216. 

Chandler, Joseph, 15. 255. 

Chandler, Joseph, his oration at Mon- 
mouth, 1. 177. 

Chandler, Hon. Joshua, 15. 186. 

Chandler, M. E., donation from, 7. 101. 

Chandler, Mary {Mrs. Greene), 16. 394. 

Chandler, Nathaniel, 4. 362. A refugee 
from Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 

Chandler, Nathaniel, Duxbury, 18 365. 

Chandler, Hon. Peleg W., LL.D., 4. 
167; 11. 341 n.; 17. 335; 18. 23,36, 54; 
19. 357 ; 20. 298, 333. Donations from, 
2. 212, 217, 221, 457; 9. 437; 10. 86. 



Nominated a Resident Member, 2. 263. 
Elected, 2. 264. Accepts membership, 
2. 265. Present at meetings of the So- 
ciety, 2. 271, 286, 287, 297, 300, 303, 
314, 318, 319, 324, 328, 345, 349, 350, 
356, 358, 363, 364, 370, 372, 377, 421, 
429, 441, 513. Chosen Assistant Treas- 
urer, 2. 299. Committees appointed to 
examine his accounts, 2. 310, 340, 341, 

370, 371. Report of the committee on 
his accounts as Assistant Treasurer, 
2. 313, 314. Elected Treasurer, 2. 313, 
342. To borrow a certain sum for the 
Society, 2. 339. To pay the bills for 
printing Vol. IX. of the third series, 
2. 339. Of committee to consider the 
reprinting of the Collections, 2. 340. 
To keep a separate account of all 
money received for the sales of the 
Collections, 2. 342. Statement con- 
cerning the debt for printing Vol. IX. 
of the third series, 2. 348. To expend 
a certain sum for binding pamphlets, 
2. 350. Reads a letter from Mr. Theo- 
philus Parsons, 2 .356. Declines re- 
election as Treasurer, 2. 369. Report 
of his accounts, and statement of the 
same by himself, 2. 366-369. Of com- 
mittee to invest the money of the Soci- 
ety, 2. 370. Investment of funds, 2. 

371. Of committee to address a memo- 
rial to the General Court concerning 
the ownership of certain papers, 2 420, 
420 n. Report of the committee, 2. 435, 
436, 436 n.-441 n. Of committee to re- 
vise the By-Laws of the Society, 3-154. 
Signs a memorial remonstrating against 
a petition of the ' Historic, Genealogical 
Society/ for a change of its corporate 
name, 3. 266-270. On Rufus Choate, 
4. 366-372. His remarks on Gov. An- 
drew, 10. 87. Appointed to prepare a 
memoir of him, 10. 88. His letter to 
Mr. Deane, on the establishment of 
courts of oyer and terminer, 20. 328, 
330. ' Memoir ' of Gov. John A. An- 
drew by, 18. 41-64. His * Criminal 
Trials ' cited, 20. 298 n. Communica- 
tion from, in regard to the witchcraft 
trials in 1692, read by Mr. Deane, 20. 
395-400. 

Chandler, Rufus, 13. 62 ; 15. 397. A ref- 
ugee from Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 

Chandler, Samuel, 15. 95. 

Chandler, Rev. Samuel, D.D., 15. 237 n. 

Chandler, Seth, donation from, 2. 41. 

Chandler, Stephen, 15. 255. 

Chandler, William, acquitted by a court- 
martial, 16. 344. 

Chandler, William, a refugee from Bos- 
ton in 1776, 18. 266. 

Channing, Edward Tyrrel, LL.D., 17. 
402 ; 20. 202. 

Channing, Francis D., 2. 390 ; 6. 277 n. ; 
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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Charming, George G., 10. 427. 

Channing, Rev. Henry, D.D., i. 483. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 
i. 437. Elected, i. 446. Donations 
from, 2. 39, 59. 

Channing, Walter, M.D., 17. 399, 409; 
20. 241. Donations from, 5. 86, 193. 

Channing, Rev. William E., D.D., 1. 391 ; 
2. 272; 3. 391; 5. 297; 10. 177, 221, 
225, 229, 235, 424; 11. 89, 378; 13. 
443; 15. 392; 16. 125; 18. 23, 24, 174, 
329, 380 ; 19. 6 ; 20. 202, 261. Notice 
of a review of one of his sermons, 
by Dr. Wisner, 2. 5. ' Almost the only 
melancholy preacher in Boston/ 5. 
419, 420. His advice to J: Codman, 
5. 419, 420. Remarks by the Presi- 
dent on the centennial anniversary 
of the birth of, 18. 23, 24. Letter 
from, to Mr. Winthrop, 18. 24. His 
Fast sermon, 1. 218. His 'Memoirs' 
cited, 6. 300, 309. Cited, 8. 168. 

Channing, Dr. William F., donation from, 
3- 85. 

Channing and Chaloner, Messrs., 4. 42. 

Channing Church, Newton, 18. 335. 

Channing Street, Boston, 6. 29. 

Chantrey, Sir Francis, R.A., his bust of 
Sir Walter Scott, 3. 169, 172; 12. 144. 
His statue of William Roscoe, 10. 435. 

Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 10. 410. 

Chapin, Rev. A. B., donation from, 2. 
177. 

Chapin, Enos, 15. 78 n. 

Chapin, Gen. Israel, 13. 67 ; 15. 83. 

Chapin, Josiah, 3. 343. 

Chapin, Lieut. Samuel, 15. 81. 

Chaplain, J. C, 17. 103. 

Chaplin, James P., M.D., 8. 456. 

Chaplin, Rev. Jeremiah, D.D., granted 
leave to copy a portion of the Dunster 
Manuscript, 12. 68. His life of Henry 
Dunster, 2. 584 n. 

Chapman, Mr., 7. 346. 

Chapman, Allen, 3. 261. 

Chapman, Capt. Benjamin, 14. 101. 

Chapman, Elizabeth (Mrs. Wilson), 14. 
152. 

Chapman, George H., letter from, giving 
an account of the Fenwick family, 11. 
497. 

Chapman, Rev. George T., D.D., his 
' Sketches of the Alumni of Dartmouth 
College ' cited, 19 409 n. 

Chapman, Mrs. H. B., 12. 321. 

Chapman, Hezekiah, 15. 76 n. 

Chapman, J. A., 14. 57. 

Chapman, John, publishes Motley's ' Rise 
of the Dutch Republic,' 16. 426. 

Chapman, John G., 2. 101 ; 8. 91. 

Chapman, Mercy (Mrs. Fry), 14. 152. 

Chapman, Nathaniel, M.D., 2. 532 w., 
533 n. 

Chapman, Rev. R. M., donation from, 2. 
450. 



Chapman School, Boston, name of, 6. 32. 

Charas, Moise, 16. 251. 

Chardon, , 8. 381. 

Chardon, Peter, Esq., 11. 140; 13. 417. 

Charity, vessel, 18. 441. 

Charlemagne, 17. 57. 

Charlemont, Elizabeth, Ladu, 12. 406 n., 
418. 

Charlemont, James Caulfield, 1st Earl of, 
12. 418. 

Charlemont, James Caulfield, 2d Viscount, 
12. 406 n. 

Charlemont, James Caulfield, 3c? Viscount, 
12. 418. 

Charlemont, Mass., 12. 405; 406 n., 408, 
418. 

Charlemont, N. H., 4. 93. 

Charles, a witness to the will of Paumah- 
tukquasuk, 2. 291 n. 

Charles I. of England, 1. 103, 124, 290; 6. 
66 »., 72 n. ; 8. 449 ; 10. 381, 385 ; 11. 173 ; 
12. 191, 327. 432, 460 ; 14. 28, 371 n., 
376 n.; 15. 19, 64 n.; 17. 56 w., 380; 18. 
296, 438, 442 ; 19. 95, 397 ; 20. 83, 84, 
118, 339. Donation of a manuscript 
relating to emigration to New England 
under, 2. 377. Coins of his time, found 
on Richmond Island, 3. 183, 184. Fac- 
simile of warrant for beheading, 7. 100, 
360. Objections of Roger Williams to 
the patent granted to Massachusetts 
by, 12. 346 et seq. Locket commemo- 
rative of the death of, 12. 385, 386; 14. 
3. Portrait of, lost at sea, 18. 259. 

Charles II. of England, 1. 38, 74, 122, 124, 
131 ; 2. 448 n. ;' 6. 67 n., 68 n. ; 8. 14, 15 ; 
10. 390, 444, 455; 11. 187 n., 195, 204; 
12. 113,413; 13. 105; 15. 18; 16. 244, 
246, 249, 250, 258, 276 ; 17. 54, 224, 228 ; 
18. 5, 295, 345, 357, 358, 360, 388, 394, 
398, 432 ; 20. 333. Letter of, to Gov. 
Winthrop, 1. 200 ; 6. 188, 488. Escape 
of the regicides, 3. 62. Letter obtained 
surreptitiously from, 6. 73 n. Origin of 
the letter to Winthrop, with facsimile 
of the same, 6. 488-491. Letter to Sir 
John Rous, 6. 490. Letter to, from 
Gov. Josiah Winslow, 7. 480-482. 

Charles II. of Spain, 10. 162 ; 15. 49. 

Charles III. of Spain, 15. 17, 48, 49. 

Charles V. of France, 7. 153. 

Charles V. of Germany, 15. 48; 16. 432; 
20. 363, 376, 381. 

Charles VI. of France, 7. 153. 

Charles VI. of Germany, 7. 491. 

Charles VII. of France, 15. 40 n, 

Charles VIII. of France, 12. 70. 

Charles X. of Finance, 15. 57 n., 315; 17. 
309. 

Charles XII. of Sweden, 11. 242 ; 12. 425. 

Charles, Duke of Orleans, b. 1391, 7. 154. 

Charles Albert, King of Sardinia, 16. 15 ; 
17. 45. 

Charles Theodore, Elector of Bavaria, 20. 
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Charles River, 3-371; 5. 510; 10. 328; 
11. 203. 

Charles-River Bridge, 11. 65. 

Charles-River Bridge vs. Warren Bridge, 
10. 62. 

Charleston, S. C, 3. 132; 4. 97; 5. 83; 6. 
17, 133, 168, 219, 221, 307, 435-437, 457; 
7.263; 8. 215; 10. 237, 489; 17-175; 
18. 71, 74, 309; 19. 155, 210, 248, 249. 
The ice-trade in, 3. 54, 58. Cotton ex- 
ported from, 3. 228. Mr. Hoar's mis- 
sion to, 5. 370, 371. Donations of relics 
of the Civil War, 6. 17. Capitulation 
of, in the Revolution, 6. 212, 213. Plans 
of conquest of Gen. Greene, 6. 231, 232. 
Josiah Quincy's visit to, 1773, 7. 393. 
First Unitarian Church in, 10. 239. 

' Charleston Courier,' 6. 281. 

Charlestown, Mass., 3. vii, 29, 86, 113, 
162, 300, 320, 365-367 ; 4. 35, 79, 82, 84, 
91, 221, 222, 304 ; 5. 53, 55, 244; 6. 225, 
227, 228, 230, 295, 351, 352; 7. 187, 190- 
194, 197, 199-201, 219, 227, 228, 241, 256, 
265, 281, 414; 8. 19, 330, 352, 356, 359, 
360, 362, 363, 382, 383, 387, 405 ; 10. 
327; 11. 227, 231, 244, 306, 334, 399, 
400 12. 179, 193-199, 203-205, 393, 400; 

13. 397; 16. 106, 137, 138, 156, 158,201, 
206, 283, 287-289, 291-293, 340, 350, 
351, 355, 387; 17. 110, 116, 254, 262, 
263, 263 n., 285, 286, 290, 317, 330, 332, 
336, 344, 365, 440 ; 18. 65, 68, 163, 166, 
191, 192, 289, 290, 319, 321 w., 431 ; 19. 
136, 144, 250, 406 ; 20. 13, 15, 46, 64, 
121-126, 129, 132, 138-141, 143, 147, 
148, 211, 346, 347, 402, 403. Plan of 
the School Farm of, 1. 254 n. Artillery 
Company in, 1. 325, 326, 330. Resolve 
recommending the relief of, 3. 35. The 
Neck, 3. 371 ; 4. 297, 302. Settlement 
of Gov. Winthrop's party, 3. 371 ; 9. 52. 
Map of Boston taking in the penin- 
sula of, 6. 39. Burning of, by the Brit- 
ish, 6. 177; 12. 68, 361. Conditions of 
distress among the first settlers, 6. 475, 

476. In ruins, map of, 1775, 7. 362, 

477. State prison at, 11. 62. Origin of 
the name of, 12. 396. View of, in 1743, 

14. 53. At the time of the battle of 
Bunker Hill, 14. 54. Maps of, 14. 55. 
Lafayette's visit to, in 1824, 14. 65-67. 
Major Knowlton's attack on, 14. 276. 

Charlestown, R. I., 8. 190, 196. 

Charlestown Church, papers relating to, 
10. 161. 

Charlestown Ferry, 6. 351. Yearly rent 
of, included in the income of Harvard 
College, 6. 348, 349. 

Charlestown Tree, 7. 477. 

Charlevoix, Pierre Francis Xavier de, 3. 
385; 4.278; 11. 320; 14. 126n., 128 n. f 
136 w., 138 n. His ' Histoire de Para- 
guay/ 1. 7. His ' Histoire de la Nou- 
velle France/ 1. 60, 122. 

Charlotte of England, 19. 216-218. 



Charlton, Sir Francis, Bart., 12. 415. 

Charlton, Mass., 12. 405, 407, 415; 17. 
24. 

Charnise, Charles de Menou, Seigneur 
d'Aulnay, see Aulnay. 

Charnock, Rev. Stephen, his * Treatise of 
Divine Providence/ 18. 428. His ' Dis- 
courses on the Divine Attributes/ 18. 
428. 

Charrier, , 17. 173. 

Charter granted to John Pierce and asso- 
ciates, 1621, 9. 23. 

Charter Oak, Hartford, 1. 497. A box 
made from, 2. 321. A piece of, donated 
to the Society, 3. Ill, 112 ; 5. 159. 

Charter of Massachusetts Bay, see Massa- 
chusetts. 

Charter of the Society, 1. 62-64, 67 w., 
230 n.\ 2. 115 n., 116 n. Vote to peti- 
tion the General Court to grant, 1. 59. 
A committee to consider an alteration 
in, 2. 328. Amendment of, 2. 330, 335, 
335 n. ; 3. 31-33, 154-158, 266. See By- 
Laws. 

Charters of incorporations, mode of ob- 
taining, 11. 169. 

Charters of New England, defence of, 1. 
8. Do not usually bear evidence of 
enrolment, 5. 405. 

Charton, Mr., copy of the letter to, from 
Gen. Washington, given to the Society, 
3 -91. 

Charts, 3. 94. Loaned to theUnited States 
Government, 2. 2, 11, 11 n. 

Chase, Mr., 7. 237. 

Chase, Mrs., 7. 193, 225. 

Chase, Charles G., 4. 87. 

Chase, Darius, to repair certain portraits, 
2. 289 n. Donation from, 2. 303. 

Chase, George B., A.M., 17. 51 ; 18. 69, 
73, 244, 288; 19. 357. Donations from, 
10. 484; n.308,499. Elected a Resi- 
dent Member, 15. 163. Accepts mem- 
bership, 15. 177. Exhibits a picture of 
State Street, Boston, 16. 38. Of com- 
mittee on the Treasurer's accounts, 16. 
100, 173; 17. 51,76, 362; 18. 35, 352, 
415 ; 19 251, 296. To prepare a me- 
moir of Judge Bigelow, 16. 176. Pre- 
sents an unfinished portrait of Wash- 
ington Allston, from Mrs. G. T. Bige- 
low, 17. 51. Elected a member of the 
Executive Committee of the Council, 
18. 36, 416. Remarks by, on commu- 
nicating a diary of Lieut. -Col. Eld, 18. 
70-73. Remarks by, relative to the 
Carthagena expedition, 18. 879. Added 
to the committee on the Washington 
Letters, 18. 404. Signs report of au- 
diting committee, 18. 415. Of Nomi- 
nating Committee, 19. 251, 296 ; 20. 
112. Remarks by, on the 'Jackson 
Republican/ 19. 281, 282. On Mr. 
Webster's libel suit against Mayor 
Lyman, 19. 282-284. Supplementary 



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communication on the same subject, 
19. 323, 324. Presents the annual re- 
port of the Council, ig. 285-288. Re- 
ports for the committee to nominate 
officers, 19. 296. Vote of thanks to, 19. 
297. Appointed a member of the Fi- 
nance Committee, 19. 310. 

Chase, George Wingate, 12. 409. His 
1 History of Haverhill ' cited, 12. 397. 

Chase, Hezekiah S., donations from, 3. 
40 ; 12. 169. 

Chase, Joseph, 14. 124 n. 

Chase, Hon. Joshua, N.H., donation from, 
3. 93. 

Chase, Philander, successively Bishop of 
Ohio and of Illinois, 8. 449 ; 10. 444. 
Donation from, 2. 423. 

Chase, Hon. Salmon P., 4. 92; 14. 49; 16. 
26; 19. 262. 

Chase, Judge Samuel, 4. 137 ; 15. 393. 

Chase, Rev. Stephen, 17. 156. 

Chase, Theodore, 19. 357. 

Chase, Thomas, Quartermaster- General , 8. 
349; 11. 140; 13. 59; 15. 143 «., 144, 
150; 20. 11, 15, 15 n. 

Chase, Rev. Thomas, 17. 256 n. 

Chase & Speakman, distillers, 13. 200. 

Chassanis, Pierre, 7. 333. Not allowed to 
hold property in New York, 7. 332. 

Chasse, Lieut. Wells, 15. 79 n. 

Chastellux, Francois Jean, Marquis de, 3. 
385 ; ix. 7, 27 ; 14. 333 ; 15. 54 ; 19. 70. 
The authorship of the translation of his 
'Travels/ 6. 251, 252, 427; 11. 5-9. 
His ' Travels ' cited, 6. 206, 207 ; 19. 
71 11. 

Chateaubriand, Francois Auguste, Vis- 
comte de, 1. 351 ; 3. 385. 

Chatham, John Pitt, 2d Earl of, 14. 237. 

Chatham, William Pitt, Earl of 1. 47 ; 2. 
407; 11. 107 ; 12. 416 ; 14. 169, 194, 236, 
237, 248 ; 15. 26; 44, 44 n., 45, 50, 53, 
240 n. ; 16. 48 ; 17. 292 ; 18. 63 ; 20. 54. 
His table exhibited to the Society, 3. 
151. Medals in honor of, 11. 298, 299. 
Historical painting of, by Copley, 12. 
328. His < Speeches/ 7. 393; 12.416; 
19. 154. 

Chatham, Eng., 12. 410. 

Chatham, Mass., 3 324; 12. 273,394,403, 
410. 

Chatham Row, 3. 124. 

Chatham Street,- Boston, 6. 29. 

Chatterton, Thomas, his 'Poems by Row- 
ley/ 1. 68. 

Chaucer, Geoffrey, 6. 26, 29; 17. 306. His 
* Testament of Love ' cited, 18. 404. 
His ' Shipmanne's Tale ' quoted, 20. 
227. 

Chauncey, Charles, LL.D., d. 1823, 5. 

373 ; 14. 107. 
Chauncey, Isaac, see Chauncy. 

Chauncy, Barnabas, 8. 12, 21, 26. 

Chauncy, Rev. Charles, B.C. 1686, d. 
1695, 8. 28. 



Chauncy, Rev. Charles, D.D., Pres. Harv. 
Coll., d. 1672, 5. 63 ; 6. 338, 339 ; 7. 282 ; 
10. 407, 408 ; 11. 201 ; 12. 210, 323 ; 13. 
133, 236; 17. 16, 17, 342, 345, 348. 
Memorials of the Chauncy Family do- 
nated to the Society, 3. 265. His relig- 
ious tenets and practices, 6. 474, 475. 
Articles against, by the Commissioners 
of Causes Ecclesiastical, 1630, 13. 337- 
340. His ' Antisynodalia/ 1. 10. 

Chauncy, Rev. Charles, D.D., H.C. 1721, 
d. 1787, 1. 217 ; 3. 391 ; 6. 360; 10. 99; 

15. 328 ; 16. 43, 44, 159 ; 17. 166. Por- 
trait of, given, 1. 479. His portrait re- 
paired, 20. 192. His sermon on Mr. Fox- 
croft, 1. 7. His ' Letter on the Ohio 
Defeat/ 1. 19. ' Defeat of the French 
at Lake George/ 1. 19. His answer to 
the Bishop of Landaff's sermon, 1. 20. 
'Letter giving an account of the Suf- 
ferings of Boston/ 1. 21. His discourse 
on Dr. Mayhew, 1. 76. His work on 
Universal Salvation, 2. 481. 

Chauncy, Elnathan, 8. 13, 21, 26 ; 18. 15. 
Chauncy, Rev. Ichabod, 8. 12, 21, 25. 
Chauncy, Com. Isaac, 8. 84 ; 12. 309 n. ; 

13. 26. Correspondence with Com. 

Perry, 6. 240, 241. 
Chauncy, Rev. Isaac, H.C. 1693, d. 1745, 

8 29 
Chauncy, Rev. Isaac, M.D., H.C. 1651, d. 

1712, 8. 12, 21, 25. 
Chauncy, Rev. Israel, 8. 13, 21, 26. 
Chauncy, Rev. Nathaniel, 8. 13, 21, 26. 
Chauncy Street, Boston, 6. 30. 
Chauncy-Street Church, photograph of, 

presented, 10. 312; 11. 44. 
Chauqux, Pequot Indian, 16 402. 
Cheap-Postage Association, donation 

from, 2. 410. 
Cheapin, Capt. Enoch, 15. 78, 78 n. 
Cheapside, 2. 1 n. 
Cheat River, 17. 197 n., 198. 
Checkley, Anthony, 19. 142 ; 20. 284, 311, 

324. 
Checkley, Betsy, 8. 335. 
Checkley, Elizabeth, see Adams, Mrs. 
Checkley, Mrs. Elizabeth (Rolfe), 8. 335; 

16. 404. 
Checkley, Jo., 3. 338. 
Checkley, John (?), 14. 200. 
Checkley, Samuel (1693-1702), 4. 25G, 

257 ; 20. 2. 3. 
Checkley, Rev. Samuel, H.C. 1715, d. 

1769, 2. 64; 8. 335; 16. 405. First 

minister of the New South Church in 

Boston, 16.405; 18. 137. 
Checkley, Rev. Samuel, Jr., d. 1768, 16. 

405 ; 20. 8. 
Checkley, Mrs. Thamsin, 14. 152. 
Cheeshahteaumuck (Cheesechaumuck, 

Cheeschaumuk, Chischaui), Caleb, 8. 

13, 22, 27 ; 10. 403, 406. 
Cheesman, George, 20. 9. 
Cheever, , 17. 173. 



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Cheever, Deacon, 12. 258 n. 
Cheever, David, 20. 124. 
Cheever, David (Jeffries ? ) , 20. 15. 
Cheever, E. W., donation from, 2. 71. 
Cheever, Ezekiel, d. 1708, 6. 260 ; 10. 162 ; 

12. 364, 366, 370 ; 20. 23. Sermon on 

the death of, 1. 31. Petition of, 12. 110. 

Account of his sickness and death, by 

Judge Sewall, 12. 365. Letter of Judge 

Sevvall to, 12. 368. 
Cheever, Ezekiel, Jr., 11. 140; 15. 144; 

20. 13. 
Cheever, Lieut. Joseph, 15. 86 n. 
Cheever, Joshua, 17. 187. 
Cheever, Rev. Samuel, 8. 13, 21, 26; 17. 

263. Declaration of, 12. 105. 
Cheever, Susanna (Mrs. Russell), 12. 365. 
Cheever, Rev. Thomas, 8. 23, 27 ; 12. 365. 
Cheever, William Downe, 11. 140. 
Chelmsford, Mass , 12. 394, 395, 397, 400, 

412. 
Chelsea, Eng., 12. 414. 
Chelsea, Mass., 7. 186, 214, 362, 476; 12. 

193, 197, 404, 406 ; 16. 219, 289, 389 ; 17. 

207, 328; 18. 166, 168 n.; ig. 250, 259; 

20 395. Donations from the city of, 

11. 498. Named from Chelsea, Eng., 

12. 414. 

Chemacosso, Pequot Indian, 16, 402. 

Chemistry, John Adams on, 10. 90-92. 

Chemnitius, Martin, 11. 433 n. His 'Loci 
Communes/ 18. 427. His ' Examen 
Concilii Tridentini/ 18. 429. And Ger- 
hard, their 'Harmonic Evangelica?,' 18. 
426. 

Cheney, , 17. 338. 

Cheney, Mrs. Harriet V., 1. 491. 

Cheney, T. Apoleon, LL.D., donation 
from, 11. 499. 

Chenilla, 3. 222. 

Cherokee Indians, 12. 33,37; 17. 181 n. 
War with the Osages, 12. 34. Schools 
among, 12. 36. 

Cherry Street in New York, 3. 123. 

Cherry Valley, N. Y., 20. 93. 

Chesapeake, frigate, 20. 29. Affair of, 
pamphlet relating to, 1. 202. Her bat- 
tle with the ' Shannon/ 19. 379. 

Chesapeake Bay, 5. 5 ; 6. 128. 

Chesholme, Deacon Thomas, steward of 
Harvard College, 5. 62, 156. 

Chesley, Mrs., 14. 128 n. 

Chesley, Hester (Mrs. Hall), 14. 152. 

Chesley, James, 14. 141. Marriage of, 
14. 152. Killed by Indians, 14. 146. 

Chesley, Mary (Mrs. Hall), 14. 151. 

Chesley, Philip, brother of Samuel, 14. 146, 

Chesley, Philip, emigrant, 14. 132 n. 
Chesley, Philip, Jr., 14. 146, 146 n.; 16. 

265. 
Chesley, Capt. Samuel, killed by Indians, 

14. 146. 
Chesley, Sarah (Huggins), death of, 14. 

141. 



Chesley, Thomas, 16. 265. Killed by In- 
dians, 14. 132. 

Chessaleer, a negro, sentence of, 20. 150, 
151. 

Chester, Capt. John, 14. 59, 62, 83, 88, 90, 
91 ; 15. 117. Extracts from a (sup- 
posed) orderly-book of, 14. 87-91. His 
' Orderly Book ' cited, 15. 108. 

Chester, Rev. John, donation from, 8. 274. 

Chester, Col. Joseph L., LL.D., 12. 275 ; 
13. 14, 125; 14. 385 n.; 17. 343; 20. 46, 
189, 206. Elected a Corresponding 
Member, 12. 334. Accepts member- 
ship, 13. 43. Letter from, in relation 
to the baptism of Major Andre, 15. 
227. Letter from, announcing a do- 
nation from Mr. Taylor, 15. 228. Re- 
marks on, by Mr. Taylor, 15. 253. 
Remarks on, by Mr. Winthrop, 15. 
253, 254. New works in preparation, 

15. 254. His labors recognized by 
Queen Victoria, 15. 254. Extract from 
a letter of, read, 15. 280. Remarks by 
Dr. Ellis on announcing the death of, 
19. 325, 326 ; 20. xx. His investigations 
into the ancestry of Washington, 19. 
326. Remarks by W. S. Appleton, on 
the death of, 19. 329, 330; by Rev. E. 
G. Porter, 19. 330-332. Commendation 
of his work on the Abbey Registers by 
Queen Victoria, 19. 331 ; by Dean Stan- 
ley, 19. 331. Memorial tablet to be 
placed in Westminster Abbey, 19. 331 n. 
Remarks on the death of, by George 
B. Chase, 19. 332, 333. Engraved por- 
trait of, 19. 332 n. His « Life of John 
Rogers ' cited, 2. 612 n., 614 n. ; 19. 326. 
On the Rogers Genealogy and the Can- 
dler MS., 5. 486-499. Account of the 
Andre family by, 14. 217-222. Extract 
from ' Notes and Queries ' concerning, 

16. 38. His ' Registers of Westminster 
Abbey/ 19. 326, 331. 

Chester, Stephen, 15. 395, 396. 
Chester, Mass., 12. 405, 418. See Mur- 
ray field. 
Chester, N. H., 17. 156. 
Chester, Penn., 5. 150 ; 10. 366 ; 19. 72. 
Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, 

4th Earl of 12. 416 ; 14. 194 ; 17. 37. 
Chesterfield, Philip Stanhope, 2d Earl of 

13. 106. 
Chesterfield. Philip Stanhope, 5th Earl of 

19. 220. 
Chesterfield, Conn., 19. 12. 
Chesterfield, Mass., 12. 405-407, 416 ; 19. 

398. 
Chesterton, Eng., photograph of the old 

mill at, presented to the Society, 19. 75. 
Chestnut Hill, Mass., 18. 354, 356. 
Chevereux, Jean Louis, A. M. L. de, D.D. 

2. 167. 
Cheves, Mr., 5. 261. 
Chevreuse, Charles Honore d' Albert, Due 

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Chew, Chief Justice Benjamin, 15. 325. 
Chewitt (Chewet), Lieut.-Col. W., 11. 494. 
Chewton, George, Viscount, 19. 69, 69 n. 
Chialdini, Enrico, 16. 15. 
Chicago, ///., 4. 92, 93, 98; 17. 85, 461 ; 
18. 213; 19 210; 20. 247, 247 n., 248. 
Remarks by the President on the great 
fire in, Oct. 1871, 12. 159. Letter from 
Rev. William Barry relating to the fire, 
12. 169. Convention of 1860, 12. 299. 
Chicago Historical Society, 5. 1, 45 ; 18. 
177 ; 19. 124. Establishment of, 3. 89. 
Volumes to be given to, and corre- 
spondence with, to be opened, 3. 94-96. 
Donations from, 3. 182, 214,283, 284; 
4. 51, 124, 286, 309, 378, 384, 424 ; 5. 30, 
45, 48, 52, 63, 319, 347 ; 6. 16, 82, 249, 
417, 470; 7. 100, 115, 139, 338; 8. 171, 
442, 466, 480 ; 9. 254, 353, 357, 368 ; 10. 
1,40,335; 11. 498. Resolution in re- 
gard to, 12. 160. Applies for publica- 
tions, 18. 400. Given, 18. 400. 
Chicago Public Library, 18. 435. 
Chicatabut, 3. 217 ; 10. 327 ; 16. 205, 398; 

17. 52, 53. 
Chiceley, Thomas, 13. 106. 
Chicketabatt, Pequot Indian, 16. 402. 
Chichester, Dean of see Hayley, William, 

D.D. 
Chick, Richard, marriage of, 14. 151. - 
Chickering, Rev. Jabez, 1. 345. 
Chickering, Jesse, AID., donations from, 

2. 429, 468. 
Chiffinch, Thomas, 10. 391. His charac- 
ter and position, 6. 67 n., 73 n, 74 n. 
His labors in behalf of the Narragan- 
sett lands, 6. 67 n., 72. 
Chiflet, Jules, Abbe de Balerne, 11. 239. 

Child, , 12. 156. 

Child, Capt. Abijah, 15. 80. 
Child, Benjamin, 15. 151. 
Child, David L., 19. 323. 
Child, George H., donation from, 2. 322. 
Child, Henry, killed by Indians, 14. 127. 
Child, Lieut. John, 15. 80. 
Child, Linus, 18. 60. 

Child, Mrs. Lydia Maria (Francis), 8. 
235; 18. 47, 347. Her 'Appeal for 
Africans,' 18. 47. 
Child (Childe), Dr. Robert, 6. 479; 16. 

203. 213 ; 18. 390, 392. ' 
Child, Ruf us, 8. 7. 
Child, Thomas, 20 114-116, 121. 
Childe, Sarah {Mrs. Hayte), 14. 151. 
Childeric I., King of France, 11. 414. 
Children's Hospital, Boston, 20. 107, 410. 
Childs, Benjamin, 17. 157. 
Childs, Lemuel, 4. 67. 
Childs, Samuel, 17. 157. 
Chili, periodicals of, 2. 140 n. 

Chillingworth, , 13. 205. 

Chillingworth, William, 3. 391. 
Chilmark, Mass., 12. 395, 403. Origin of 

the name of, 12. 410. 
Chilton, James, 13. 389. 



Chilton, Mary (Mrs. Winslow), 13. 410 n. ; 
17. 23, 130. Landing at Plymouth, 4. 
142. Buried in King's Chapel Burial 
Ground, 20. 210. 
China, 7. 417. Map of, by a Chinese, 2. 
252. Facts pertaining to the trade and 
commerce with, 3. 72, 181 ; 7. 395, 411- 
415, 424, 425, 428, 433. Russia's pro- 
gress toward, 7. 406. . First ice taken 
to, 7. 411, 414. Steamships sent to, by 
R. B. Forbes, 7. 415. 
Chincha Island, Peru, 6. 471 ; 7. 24. 
Chinese funeral, representation of, pre- 
sented to the Society, 3. 126. 
Chinese newspaper, donation of, 2. 584. 
Chiney, Penuel, 15. 128. 
Chipman, Richard M., donations from, 2. 

411, 450. 
Chipman, Ward, 2. 190 n. A refugee 

from Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 
Chipman, Capt. William, sermon on the 

death of, 1. 137. 
Chirac vs. Chirac, 4. 364. 
Chisholm vs. State of Georgia, case of, 1. 55. 
Chittenden, Lieut. Nathaniel, 15. 75. 
Chittenden, Mrs. Sally, 15. 164. 
Chitty, J., on Bills of Exchange, and 
Promissory Notes, Story's edition of, 
10. 181. 
Chkoudun, an Indian, 18. 97 n. 
Choate, Charles F., 19. 357. 
Choate, Isaac, 13. 295. 
Choate, Hon. Rufus, LL.D.. 2. 161 ; 8. 
99; 9. 192; 10. 193; 11. 82; 12. 439; 
14. 191; 15.5; 16. 28 n.; 17. 47; 19. 
203, 260, 302, 341, 347. Nominated a 
Resident Member, 2. 12. Elected, 2. 
13. Present at a meeting, 2. 31. To 
be a delegate to the meeting of the 
National Institute, 2. 267. Signs a 
memorial remonstrating against a 
petition of the ' Historic, Genealogical 
Society ' for a change of its corporate 
name, 3. 266-270. His death, 4. 365- 
372 ; 5 19 Letter from, to Rev. Chand- 
ler Robbins, 4. 196. His * Eulogy on 
Daniel Webster/ 2. 530. 
Choctaw Indians, see Cherokee Indians. 
Choiseul, Etienne Francois, Due de, 11. 

144; 15. 31. 
Choisy, Gen. de, 14. 335. 
Cholera, visitation of, in 1832, 11. 272. 

In New York in 1832, 17. 425-427. 

Choules, John Overton, D.D., 10. 434. 

Christ Church, Boston, 12. 378 ; 15. 163, 

164, 167, 169, 170-177; 16 365, 370; 

17. 120, 326 ; 18. 69, 345, 349 ; 19. 232. 

Inscription in the tower of, 1. 121 n. 

First rector of, 3. 25. Chimes of, 6. 27. 

Christ Church, Cambridge, Mass., 7. 107 ; 

8. 214; 10. 112 ; 12. 324; 19. 67, 232. 
Christ Church, Phila., 17. 205, 205 n. 
Christian, title preferred by Dr. Lowell, 

5. 435, 435 n. 
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* Christian Disciple,' 2. 281. 

' Christian Examiner,' 2. 274, 281 ; 3. 

213; 7.409; 10. 358, 434, 446, 449 ; 11. 

261, 375; 13. 442; 15. 198; 17. 378; 18. 

274; 19. 341; 20. 412. 
1 Christian History for 1743,' 1. 33. 
'Christian Monitor,' 18. 428. 
' Christian Psalter,' 3. 210. 
' Christian Register,' 2. 281 ; 13. 443; 15. 

199; 19. 229, 339; 20. 409. 
' Christian Soldier's Penny Bible/ 10. 

460 n. 
1 Christian World,' 10. 427. 
Christiana, Del., 19. 72. 
Christiania, Kongeligt Norsk Frederiks- 

Universitet, see Kongeligt, etc. 
Christians, 6. 298, 299, 310-3t2. Not per- 
mitted to serve in the Turkish army, 6. 

248. 
Christiansborg, castle of, 6. 253. 
Christina of Sweden, 1. 147. 
Christison, Weniock, 18. 357 n., 359, 389, 

396. 
Christmas, Robert, 13. 406. 
Christmas, William, 13. 406. 
Christmas, 1775, 7. 223. 
Christopher, Joseph, 16. 177. 

Christophers, , 5. 247. 

Christophers, Christopher, Cambridge, 5. 

161. 
Christophers, Richard, 10. 396. 
Christ's Church, Longwood, Mass., 12. 18. 

Donations from the Vestry of, 7. 21, 

347. 
' Chronicle,' see ' Boston Chronicle.' 
' Chronique Universelle,' 1. 137. 
' Chronologie d'Angleterre,' 1. 31. 
'Chronologie figuree des revolutions 

monarchiques,' 1. 31. 
Chrysostom, Dio, see Dio. 
Chrysostom, St. John, 17. 280 ; 18. 143 n. 
Chubb, Capt. Pasco, killed by Indians, 

14. 132. 
Chubb, Thomas, his ' Works,' 3. 391. 
Church, Deacon, 7. 199, 251. 
Church, Miss, 7. 215, 251. 
Church, Abigail (Mrs. Piper), 14. 151. 
Church, Col. Benjamin, d. 1718, 3. 237 ; 

14. 124n., 125w., 127 n. ; 20. 273, 274. 
Sword of, presented, 1. 379 n. Letter 
on the sword, 1. 379 n. Signs the en- 
gagement of the Pocasset purchasers, 
3. 238. Remarks by Mr. Deane on a 
fictitious portrait of, 3. 293 ; 19. 244, 
245. Photograph of house of, 4. 17. 
His sword loaned, 7. 361. Despoils 
King Philip, 7. 481. 

Church, Benjamin, M.D., d. 1776, 4. 59, 
62, 67, 71-73; 7. 208, 214, 238 ; 8. 323 ; 
11. 140; 12. 69; 13. 167; 14. 80, 342; 

15. 70, 146, 147, 150, 153, 155, 156, 159, 
336; 16. 371; 18. 345; 20. 15. Manu- 
script account of the trial of, 1. 26, 
27 n. Banished, 7. 178. Prisoner, 7. 
208, 209, 214. Paul Revere's Memo- 



randa concerning, 16. 374-376. His 
poem 'The Times,' 1. 18. 'Elegy on 
Dr. Mayhew,' 1. 18. 

Church, Benjamin, Jr., 11. 140. 

Church, Lieut. Charles, 15. 77. 

Church, Deborah (Mrs. Roberts), 14. 152. 

Church, Edward, 11. 140. 

Church, Edward, Jr., his poem entitled 
'Dangerous Vice,' 11. 18. 

Church, John, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Church, John, Sen., 14. 124; 16. 265. 
Killed by Indians, 14. 130. 

Church, Samuel, 11. 316. 

Church, Hon. Samuel, 14. 387. 

Church, Thomas, son of Col. Benjamin 
Church, 1. 379 n. His 'Entertaining 
Passages relating to Philip's War,' 3. 
293; 19. 243, 244. His 'History of 
Philip's War ' cited, 17. 223 n. 

Church, Col. Thomas, 1. 379 n. ; 15. 129, 
136, 160. 

Church Government, Gov. Bradford's 
Dialogue concerning, 11. 407-464. 

Church Home for Orphan and Destitute 
Children, Boston, 18. 313. 

Church of Christ, New London, 15. 171. 

Church of England, 3. 25; 6. 427. Dis- 
cipline of, 11. 291. Ceremonies of, 
during the reign of Charles I., 13. 332- 
337. 

Church of the Advent, Boston, 14. 386. 

Church of the Disciples, Boston, 20. 406. 

Church of the Saviour, Boston, 20. 407. 

Church Records, 2. 331, 331 n., 550. Com- 
mittee appointed to obtain records of 
certain churches in Boston, 2. 342, 343. 
Report of the committee, 2. 342, 353, 
379, 381-384. In the Library of the 
Society, extracts from the Society's 
records relative to, 17. 161. 

Churches, plans of, donated to the Li- 
brary, 6. 13. One of the four institu- 
tions necessary to be studied in order 
to write the history of the American 
Revolution, 6. 365, 366. 

Churchill, Anne, daughter of Duke of 
Marlborough, 12. 414. 

Churchill, Asaph, 19. 175, 178. 

Churchill, Charles, remarks by Mr. Deane 
on a portrait of, 3. 293 ; 19 244, 245. 

Churchill, Rev. Charles, 8. 413. 

Churchill, John, 20. 278. 

Churchill, John, Duke of Marlborough, see 
Marlborough. 

Churchill, Sarah (Mrs. Andrews), 14. 152. 

Churchman, John, presents a copy of his 
' Magnetic Atlas,' 1. 146. 

' Churchman's Magazine,' 1. 232. 

Chute, George Washington, N. S., natu- 
ralized, 4. 361. 

Chute, Joanna Crocker, N. S., natural- 
ized, 4. 361. 

Chute, Paul Crocker, N. S., naturaliza- 
tion, 4. 361. 

Chytraeus, Nathan, additional stanzas of 



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the ' Dies Irae ' printed in his works, 
9. 358. His * Variorum in Europa Itine- 
rum Deliciae' cited, 13. 40; 15. 244. 
Cicero, Marcus Tullius, 6. 281 ; 11. 108; 

16. 126, 178 ; 17. 46 ; 20. 46, 235. His 
' De Officiis/ 1. 469 ; 18. 138 n. His ' De 
Divinatione' cited, 18. 296 n. His 
' Opera,' 18. 430. 

Cieca de Leon, Pedro de, his ' Chronica 

del Peru/ 1. 217. 
Ciely, John, a refugee from Boston in 

1776, 18. 266. 
Cjlley, see Silley, Thomas. 
Cilly, Major Joseph (?), 15. 160. 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 3. 65 ; 4. 92, C3 ; 10. 336 ; 

17. 55, 176 n.-HSn. ; 18. 18; 340. 
Cincinnati, the, General Society of, 1. 20, 

81; 2. 503 n.\ 8. 282; 9. 194; 11. 323; 
15. 55 n. ; 20. 99. The Order of, 1. 26; 

4. 152; 12. 63. ' Considerations on the 
Order of/ 1. 26. ' Observations on the 
Order/ 1. 26. Triennial meeting of, 3. 
204. Date of inauguration of, 3. 204. 
Donation from the Secretary-General 
of, 3. 204. Invited to visit the rooms 
of the Society, and view the Dowse 
Library, 3. 204. Designed to secure 
the payment of the Continental Army, 

5. 471-473. * Memorials ' of, cited, 2. 
503 n. ; 19. 67 n. 

Cincinnati, Massachusetts Society of, 19. 
67 n. ; 20. 111. Ddnation from, and 
vote of thanks to, 1. 146; 7. 116, 117. 
* Memorials ' of, cited, 19. 67 n. 

Cincinnati Astronomical Society, dona- 
tion from, 6. 361. 

' Cincinnati Daily Gazette/ 9. 7. 

Cincinnati Public Library, 10. 144. Do- 
nation from, 10. 144. 

Cincinnati Young Men's Mercantile Li- 
brary Association, see Young Men's 
Mercantile, etc. 

Cino da Pistoja, 17. 310. 

Cinque Ports, 3. 251. 

Cinquefoil, 5. 389. 

Circourt, Madame de, 18. 432. 

Circourt, Comte Adolphe de, 4. 237; 10. 
370; 12. 69, 215 ; 13. 254, 331 ; 14. 157 ; 
15. 13 ; 17. 307-312 ; 18. 26, 199. Elect- 
ed an Honorary Member, 5. 93. Ac- 
cepts membership, 5. 105. Donations 
from, 5. 64, 87, 159, 193, 202, 319 ; 7. 
100 ; 8. 76, 274, 442, 463, 479 ; 9. 177, 
247; 10. 105, 474; 11. 228, 239, 333, 
483, 499; 13. 62; 14. 215. Keview of 
Winthrop's ' History of New England/ 
and 'Life and Letters of John Win- 
throp/ presented by, 9. 437. His knowl- 
edge of America, 10. 317. Photograph 
of, presented to the Society, 11. 44. 
His opinion of the 'Codex Cavensis/ 
11. 240. Extract from letters of, 12. 
70 ; 14. 181. Letter from, read, 15. 263. 
His death, 17. xviii. Tribute to the 
memory of, by the President, 17. 307- 



313. Tribute to, from Lamartine's 
'History of the Revolution of 1848/ 
17. 308, 309; from Louis Favre, 17. 
312. A privately printed memoir of, 
presented, 18. 431, 432. An English 
translation of his ' Conclusions Histo- 
riques/ 15. 13-64. His translation of 
the last volume of Bancroft's History 
noticed, 15. 14. Preface to his ' Con- 
clusions Historiques/ 15. 16. Editor's 
notes to his paper, 15. 64 n. 
Circourt, Count Albert de, 17. 313. 
Circourt, Anastasia de Klustine, Comtesse 

de, 17. 313. 
Circular concerning Hutchinson's history, 
1. 397 n. geprinting Collections, 1. 410n. 
Contributions to the Library,3- 178, 179. 
Circular Letter of the Society, 1. xx- 
xxii, xxiv, xxvii, 216, 230 n., 232 n., 
373 n. Facsimile of, 1. xx, xxi. Issued, 
1. 24 n. Additions to, 1. 61, 65. Vote 
to adopt a new, 1. 67. Vote to reprint, 
1. 81, 342. 
Cist, Jacob, 14. 57. 
Cist, Lewis J., 16. 254. 
City Missionary Society, see Boston City 

Missionary Society. 
Civil War in the United States of Amer- 
ica, 1861-5, 5. 441 ; 6 368 ; 10. 398 ; 11. 
275-280, 360-362, 367; 12. 265, 295, 
301-303, 305, 306, 330. History of, 5. 
223. Committee on Memorials ap- 
pointed, 5. 223, 226, 227, 320, 375, 376. 
Ordinance of South Carolina, 5. 441. 
Flags and emblems of, 5. 374, 375. 
Memorials of, received by the Society, 
6. 17. Duties of the members of the 
Society during, 6. 86, 87. Negro ser- 
vice in, 6 172. Origin of, 7. 399-401. 
Finance of, 7. 495. Collection of docu- 
ments relating to, desirable, 8. 258,265, 
484. Donation of books relating to, 
by Amos A. Lawrence, Esq., 9. 6. 
Books relating to, in the Library, 11. 
42,250; 15. 277. 
Claflin, Gov. William, 12. 233. 
Clanricard, Ulrich, Marquis of, 19. 121 n. 
Clap, Ebenezer, 11. 140. 
Clap, Elisha, A.M., 1. 230, 234, 237, 
243, 244, 249, 256, 262, 266, 270, 272, 
277, 279, 283, 335-337, 839, 345, 348, 
371, 378, 386. Nominated a Resident 
Member, 1. 227. Elected, 1. 228. Of 
committee to collect and count votes, 
1. 249. Presents a manuscript copy of 
Blake's annals of Dorchester, 1. 270. 
Vote of thanks to, 1. 270. Of Publi- 
cation Committee, 1. 273. Elected Li- 
brarian, 1. 335, 341. Of committee 
on binding pamphlets, 1. 335, 352. Of 
committee to prepare the index to the 
Collections, 1. 338. Of committee to 
consider the request of the Maine His- 
torical Society, 1. 348, 351. Of Com- 
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372, 374. Death of, i. xlii, 436 n., 438. 
Notice of, by X M. Robbins, i. 438- 
440. 

Clap, Lemuel, i. 438. 

Clap, Mrs. Mary (Paine), i. 439. 

Clap, Rev. Nathaniel, 8 28. Sermon by, 
i.33. 

Clap, Noah, letter from, communicated, 
i. 30. 

Clap, Mrs. Rebecca (Dexter), i. 438. 

Clap, Capt. Roger, 6. 475 ; 17. 131 ; 20. 
210. His 'Memoirs,' 1. 21. 

Clap, Samuel, donations from, 1. 26, 41, 
74. 

Clap, Thomas, his ' Annals of Yale Col- 
lege/ 3. 294. 

Clap, William, 20. 13. 

Clap, William T., donations from, 1. 39, 
66, 101, 145. 

Clapham, Charles, 14. 37. 

Clapp, E. Herbert, gift from, 17. 229. 

Clapp, Capt. Earl, 15. 77. 

Clapp, Ebenezer, 20. 213. Donations 
from, 2. 243, 247, 263; 11. 499. His 
' History of Dorchester ' cited, 17. 143 n. 

Clapp, Lieut. -Col. Ebenezer, 15. 76, 160. 

Clapp, Joshua, contributes to purchase 
the Society's building, 1. 465 n. 

Clapp, Maria Elizabeth, 20. 416. 

Clapp, Rev. Theodore, 10. 421. 

Clapp, William W., 19. 357. 

Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 5. 377, 
402 n.; 6. 491; 20. 118, 179, 182, 185. 
The King's Province and the Rhode 
Island charter, 6. 50, 6Sn.,69n. Let- 
ters from, to men in England, 6. 490. 
Facsimile of signature, 7. 344, 346. 

Clarendon, George William Frederick 
Villiers, Earl of, 16. 456. Letter from, 
relating to a donation of records, 3. 265. 

Clarendon, Henry Hvde, 2d Earl of, 13. 
106 ; 16. 149. 

Clarendon Hotel, 3. 79. 

Clark, see also Clarke. 

Clark, , 8. 327. 

Clark, , 14. 128 n. 

Clark, Lieut.-Col, 14. 88; 15. 94, 96, 98- 
102, 105, 106. 

Clark, Mr., 12. 420. 

Clark, Mr., Newburyport, 5. 268, 269. 

Clark, Mrs., n % 19. 

Clark, Abraham, 15. 393. 

Clark, Alvan, 17. 12. 

Clark, Benjamin, 7. 230; 17. 234. 

Clark, Christopher (1663), see Clarke. 

Clark, Christopher (1776), 7. 230. 

Clark, Mrs. Christopher, 7. 230. 

Clark, Daniel, letter of, to John Win- 
throp, Jr., on receipt of the Connecti- 
cut Charter, 11. 344, 345. 

Clark, Elijah, donation from, 2. 325. 
Requests permission to use a portion 
of the Trumbull Manuscripts, 2. 459. 

Clark, Elizabeth (Mrs. Mather), 18. 349. 

Clark, Epaphras, 19. 42. 



Clark, Fessenden [F. $> S. Clark), 11. 308. 
Clark, Miss Frances, donation from, 5. 52. 
Clark, Henry, d. 1676, 6. 340, 341. 
Clark, Henry, donation from, 4. 384. 
Clark, Henry A., permission granted him 
to have a picture of Harvard College 
photographed, 13. 255. 
Clark, Dr. Henry G., donation from, 2. 

452. 
Clark, J. M., donation from, 9. 196. 
Clark, James, a naval officer, 4. 382. 
Clark, Capt. James, 15. 132. 
Clark, John, 20. 4. 

Clark, John, donations from, 3. 85; g. 368. 
Clark, John, bookseller, 1719, 1. 79. 
Clark, John, Boston, 1711, 3. 343. 
Clark, John, H.C. 1687, d. 1728, 8. 28. 
Clark, Hon. John, 17. 234. 
Clark, John, M.D., d. 1664, Newbury and 
Boston, 2. 287 ; 17 234. Portrait of, in 
the Cabinet of the Society, 1. 479, 479n., 
480 n. ; 2. 287 n. ; 10. 47 ; 20. 114, 116. 
Incorrect statement concerning portrait 
of, 1. 480 n.; 4. 430. His portrait to be 
loaned for one week, 2. 287. Informa- 
tion concerning, 2. 287 n. His death, 
10. 47. 
Clark, John (Clarke), M.D., founder of 
Rhode Island, d. 1676, 1. 479; 17. 129. 
Concerning the alleged portrait of, 1. 
479 n., 480 n. ; 4. 430. Sent as agent to 
England, 2. 339 n. ; 6. 47, 50, 50 n. And 
the R. I. patent, 5. 403; 6.47, 65 n., 67 n., 
68 n., 73 n. ; 12. 357. His ' 111 News 
from New England,' 2. 549; 6. 60. 
Clark, Rev. John, H.C. 1690, d. 1705, 8. 

28. Death of. 14. 140. 
Clark, John T., 14. 229. Gift from, 16. 

380. 
Clark (Clarke), Rev. Jonas, 16. 372, 374; 

17. 317. 
Clark, Rev. Joseph S., donation from, 2. 

471. 
Clark, Hon. Joshua V. H., donation from, 
4. 133. His * History of Onondaga/ 
quoted, 11. 328. 
Clark, Mrs. Martha (Saltonstall), 17. 234. 
Clark, Miss Mary, donation from, 2. 61. 
Clark, Lieut. Nathaniel, 15. 86. 
Clark, Rebecca, 17. 234. 
Clark, Richard, see Clarke. 
Clark, Robert, 17. 234. 
Clark, Samuel, 13. 100. 
Clark, Sarah, 17. 234. 
Clark, Sarah (Mrs. Kilby), 17. 234; 18. 

349. 
Clark, Scotto (F. fr S. Clark), 11. 308. 
Clark, Theodore, donation from, 2. 233. 
Clark, Thomas, 6. 349. 
Clark, Thomas, 13. 389. 
Clark (Clarke), Rev. Thomas, d. 1704, 8. 

14, 22, 27 ; 12 106. 
Clark, Thomas March, Bishop, 4. 93. 
Clark (Clarke), Capt. William, 12. 41; 13. 
43. 



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Clark, Hon. William, 17. 233; 18. 347, 349; 

19. 105. Account of, 17. 234. 
Clark, Lieut. William, 1681, 20. 151. 
Clark, Lieut. William, 1775, 15. 81 ; 17. 

160. 

Clark vs. Tousey, 8. 475. Case of, cited, 
13. 100. 

Clark Family, Waltham, committee ap- 
pointed to ask portraits from, 1. 394. 

Clark House, Boston, account of, by Col. 
Henry Lee, 18. 347-351 ; 19. 392. 

Clark Square, see North Square. 

Clark Street, Boston, 6. 28. 

Clarke, see also Clark. 

Clarke, , 11. 311. 

Clarke, , 18. 14. 

Clarke, Dr., 16. 107. 

Clarke, Major, 15. 160. 

Clarke, Mrs. Anne (Jenkyn), 5. 497, 498. 

Clarke, Capt. B., 16. 108. 

Clarke, Benjamin, 11. 394. 

Clarke, Christopher, 1690, 12. 117 ; 20. 
266. 

Clarke, Corkwell, 12. 118. 

Clarke, Rev. Dorus, D.D., 17. 24. Dona- 
tion from, g. 463. 

Clarke, Edward, 19 163. 

Clarke, Rev. Harsnet, 5. 492, 497, 498. 

Clarke, Hepzibah (Mrs. Swan), 13. 209. 

Clarke, Hyde, a letter from Gen. Wash- 
ington donated to the Society, 3. 91. 

Clarke, James, i. 56; 3. 19, 20. Dona- 
tions from, 1. 52, 113. Letter from, 
with fragment of Gov. Bradford's let- 
ter-book, 1. 52 n. ; 3-19; 19 114. Ex- 
tracts from a letter from, 1. 56 n. Nom- 
inated a Corresponding Member, 1. 86. 
Elected, 1. 86. Accepts membership, 
1. 90. Letter from, read, 1. 97. Letter 
from T. Smith to, read, 1. 97. 

Clarke, Rev. James Freeman, D.D., 
10. 421 ; 16. 115 ; 18. 27, 45 ; 19. 357 ; 

20. 105, 358. Donations from, 2. 243 ; 
10. 144. Letter from, in regard to 
naming streets in Boston, with report 
of the committee on the same, 6. 4, 
5, 24-40. Elected a Resident Mem- 
ber, 17. 57. Accepts membership, 17. 
60. Remarks by, in regard to the 
closing of King's Chapel and Granary 
burial grounds, 17. 136. Resolution 
offered by, with regard to the naming 
of the streets of Boston, 18. 244. Of 
committee to consider the subject, 18. 
244. Remarks by, on Thomas Carlyle, 
18. 329, 330. Manuscript of Rev. 
James Freeman furnished by, 18. 379. 
Appointed to prepare a memoir of Dr. 
William Newell, 19. 125. Reads extracts 
from letters of Mr. Emerson, 19. 310. 
Presents a resolution, 19. 310. Ap- 
pointed to prepare a memoir of Mr. 
Emerson, ig. 356. Remarks by, on a 
visit to Nazing, Eng., 19. 388-390. 
Reads, from the ' Historical Sketch of 



Charlestown,' a note about the poison- 
ing of Capt. Codman, 20. 104. 

Clarke, John, 1758, 17. 158. 

Clarke, John, his 'Authentic Narrative 
of Bunker-Hill Battle ' cited, 14. 99. 

Clarke, John, Boston, 20. 211. 

Clarke, John, Portsmouth, 16. 264, 274. 

Clarke, Rev. John, D.D., d. 1798, 1. 105, 
106, 108-110, 160 m; 17. 120, 166, 364; 

• 19. 399, 399n. His death, 1. xli, 117 n. 
Donations from, 1. 39, 53, 61, 73. Vote 
of thanks to, 1. 61. Nominated a Resi- 
dent Member, 1. 91. Elected, 1. 94. 
Of committee on plan for publishing 
Collections, 1. 96. Of committee on 
memorial to General Court, 1. 99. Dr. 
Belknap's ' Memoir of,' 1. 117 n. Por- 
trait of, 1. 124, 482 n. His funeral ser- 
mon on Dr. Cooper, 1. 7. His 'Intro- 
duction to making Latin/ 6. 266. 

Clarke, John, M.D., RJ., see Clark, John, 
M.D. 

Clarke, John J., 19. 356. 

Clarke, Rev. Jonas, see Clark. 

Clarke, Jonathan, 13. 175, 205; 15. 349. 

Clarke, Joseph, donation from, 1. 76. 

Clarke, Rev. Joseph S., D.D., donation 
from, 4. 146. 

Clarke, Mrs. Martha (Curtis), 19. 389. 

Clarke, Mary (Mrs. Barrett), 12. 323, 325. 

Clarke, Mary (Mrs. Henry Ware), 2. 278. 

Clarke, Matthew St. Clair, 14. 184. 

Clarke, Meadwel, 18. 14. 

Clarke, Peter, 19. 154. 

Clarke, Richard, a consignee of tea in 
1773, 4. 216, 217 ; 12. 323, 325, 326 ; 13. 
163, 166, 168; 15. 344, 346 ; 20. 12 n. 

Clarke, Richard, & Sons, 4. 217. 

Clarke, Mrs. Richard ( Winslow), 16. 475. 

Clarke, Robert, donations from, 11. 499. 

Clarke, Robert, Cincinnati, letter from, 10. 
337. Donation from, 13. 214 n., 217. 
Thanks ordered to, 13. 214 n., 217. 

Clarke, Robert, & Co., publishers, Cincin- 
nati, 10. 207. 

Clarke, Capt. Samuel, donation from, 14. 
338. 

Clarke, Dr. Samuel, 19. 236. 

Clarke, Samuel C, donation from, 11. 499. 

Clarke, Rev. Samuel F., donation from, 2. 
468. 

Clarke, Susan (Mrs. Copley), 12.323, 325, 
326 n. ; 20. 12 n. 

Clarke, Thomas, Boston, 3. 338. 

Clarke, Capt. Thomas (?), 16. 219. 

Clarke, Thomas, see Clark. 

Clarke, Gov. Walter, 17. 223. 

Clarke, Dr. William, 20. 123, 125, 128, 129, 
132, 139. 

Clarke & Force, Messrs.,2. 66, 66 n. 

Clark's Shipyard, ig. 105. 

Clark's Tavern, Greenland, N. H., 16. 8. 

Clark's Wharf, Boston, 5. 17 ; 7. 476 ; 19. 
105. 

Clarksburgh, W. Va., 17. 195, 197. 



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Clarkson, , his 'Plan of Philadel- 
phia/ i. 166. 

Clarkson, Thomas, 2. 201 ; 15. 53 ; 20. 155. 

Clasback, George, donations from, 5. 309, 
440 ; 6. 361. 

Claudian, 3. 384. Motto from, on the 
great seal of New England, 6. 81. 

Clavigero, Francesco Saverio, 3. 384. 

Clay, Charles, Manchester, Eng., 11. 305. 

Clat, Hon. Henry, LL.D., 5. 261 ; 8. 
173; 10. 250, 275; 11. 356; 16. 416; 17. 
231; 18. 23, 280; 19. 41, 50,57, 279, 
284, 302. Nominated a Corresponding 
Member, 1. 480. Elected, 2. 48, 49 ; 18. 
264. Accepts membership, 2. 60. His 
influence, 2. 407. Donation of a medal 
commemorating the public services of, 

2. 511. Nomination of, for President, 

3. 73. His project for a bank of the 
United States, 5. 290. His tariff bill, 
5. 281. Medal coined in anticipation of 
his election to the Presidency, n. 301. 
' Memoir of/ presented by the Presi- 
dent, 18. 264. 

Claypoole Manuscript, 4. 62. 
Clayton, John Middleton, 3. 76, 77. 
Cleasby, Richard, 18. 20. 
Cleaveland, Rev. John, 12. 194-196, 200, 

202. His * Reply to Dr. Mayhew's 

Letter/ 1. 12. 
Cleaveland, Nehemiah, donations from, 

3.1. 

Cleaveland, Parker, LL.D., 17. 16. 

Cleaver (Cleever), Rev. Robert, 11. 209. 

Cleaver, Lieut. Nathaniel, 15. 78. 

Clefford, John, 16. 265. 

Clefford, John, Jr., 16. 265. 

Cleland, William, naturalized, 4. 363. 

Clemens, Romanics, his * Epistolae/ 18. 
426. 

Clement V., Pope, 11. 415. 

Clement VI., Pope, 11. 415. 

Clement XIV., Pope, 15. 31 n. 

Clement, Mr., 19. 59. 

Clements, Abigail, death of, 14. 142. 

Clements, Mrs. Abigail, 14. 150. 

Clements. H. H., donation from, 10 21. 

Clements, Mrs. Joanna, death of, 14. 
137. 

Clements, Job, 14. 137; 16. 257, 261, 263, 
265-267, 275. Marriage of, 14. 150. 

Clenard, Nicolas, his ' Institutiones Lin- 
guae Grsecae/ 1. 53. 

Cleopatra's Needle, its removal from 
Egypt discussed, 17. 242. 

' Clergy's Honour in the Life of Saint Ba- 
sil and Saint Chrysostom,' 18. 430. 
Cleveland, Rev. Charles, 11. 243 n. Death 
of, 12. 251. 

Cleveland, Lieut. Ebenezer, 15. 81. 

Cleveland, Henry Russell, 10. 354; 19. 

341. 
Cleveland, Horace W. S., 20. 247 n. Ex- 
tract from a letter of, respecting Mr. 
Emerson, 20. 247-249. 



Cleveland, Capt. Richard J., 20. 236. His 
' Narrative of Voyages and Commer- 
cial Enterprises/ 20. 247 n. 

Cleveland, Col. Samuel, 8. 370, 378; 16. 71. 

Cleveland, Ohio, 4. 94; 17. 63; 18. 213; 
19. 97, 439. 

Clevenger, Shobal Vail, n. 98. 

Cleverly, Mr., 7. 238. 

Cleverly, Stephen, 11. 140. 

Cleves, William, 20. 317. 

Clifford, Edward Everett, 15. 378. 

Clifford, George Clifford, 2c? Baron, is. 
106. 

Clifford, Gov. John H., LL.D., 4. 94, 
167 ; 10. 369 ; 12. 358 ; 13. 263 ; 14. 318, 
319, 388 ; 15. 274, 368-371, 374, 375, 
377-379; 16. 1, 113,307; 19. 427; 20. 
354. His death, 1. xliv ; 14. xvi, 186. 
Nominated a Resident Member, 2. 539. 
Elected, 2. 540. Accepts membership, 

2. 547. Of committee to obtain copies 
of colonial or provincial laws, 2. 553, 
554, 575. Present at meetings of the 
Society, 2. 554, 604. Donations from, 

3. 50, 182 ; 6. 78. Of committee on in- 
creased membership, with report of the 
same, 3. 154-158; 11. 112; 12. 170, 182. 
Signs a memorial remonstrating against 
a petition of the Historic, Genealogical 
Society for a change of its corporate 
name, 3. 266-270. On the Catalogue, 
4.53. Motion of, 4. 148. Of Publishing 
Committee, 4. 19 ; 5. 152. Of Auditing 
Committee, 5. 160. Of committee to 
decide upon the disposition of papers 
obtained in the war of 1860-64, 6. 6. 
Remarks of, on the death of E. Ever- 
ett, 8. 141-149. Remarks by, 10. 136; 
11. 158. On the Hutchinson Papers, 
11. 228, 326. Letter of, on death of 
Judge Warren, 13. 323. Appointed to 
prepare a memoir of Judge Warren, 

13. 324. Death of, announced, 14. 186. 
Tribute of Mr. Winthrop to, 14. 186. 
Resolutions of the Council, 14. 187. 
The President requested to prepare a 
memoir of, 14. 187. Remarks by Judge 
Thomas, 14. 188; by Winslow Warren, 

14. 189. Letter from Judge Bigelow, 

14. 191 ; from Gov. Washburn, 14. 191. 
Autograph and portrait, face 15. 368. 
' Memoir of/ by Robert C. Winthrop, 

15. 368. His birth, 15. 369. Marriage, 
15. 369. Representative in the State 
Legislature, 15. 369. District attorney, 
15. 370. State senator, 15. 370. Attor- 
ney-general, 15. 370-372. His connec- 
tion with the trial of Webster, 15. 370, 
371. Letter to R. C. Winthrop, 15. 371. 
Governor of Mass., 15. 372. Extract 
from the address of, at the inaugura- 
tion of President Eliot, 15. 374. Visits 
Europe, 15. 375. His death, 15. 377. 
Tribute of Alexander H. H. Stuart to, 
15. 379. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Clifford, Robert Winthrop, 15. 378. 

Clifford, Mrs. Sarah, see x\llen, S. P. 

Clifford's Inn, 6. 258t 

Clifton, Richard, 17. 340. 

Clifton, William, 20. 257. 

Clime, John, deserter sentenced, 7. 135. 

Clinton, De Witt, LL.D., 15. 393. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 
1. 238. Elected, 1. 239. Dr. Hosack's 
' Memoir of/ 1. 423. 

Clinton, Edward de, 1st Earl of Lincoln, 
see Lincoln. 

Clinton, Hon. George, Governor of New 
York, 4. 287 ; 7. 287 n., 329 ; 13. 62. 

Clinton, Henry, 2d Earl of Lincoln, see 
Lincoln. 

Clinton, Henry, 9th Earl of Lincoln, see 
Lincoln. 

Clinton, Gen. Sir Henry, 5. 50; 7. 289 n.; 
12. 55, 229, 361 ; 13. 383, 384, 386, 387 ; 
14. 61, 91, 92, 99 n., 232, 237-242, 246, 
273, 346, 358; 16. 299; 18. 74, 76, 345; 
19. 219 ; 20. 91, And the exchange of 
prisoners, 5. 340, 341. Submission of 
South Carolina to, 6. 213. Proclama- 
tion of, 6. 219. Distrusted by the slaves, 
6. 221. Correspondence with Lord 
Dunmore, 6. 224, 228-230. 

Clinton, Henry Pelham, Duke of Newcastle, 
see Newcastle, 

Clinton, Gen. James, 4. 287 ; 7. 231; 20. 
90, 93. 

Clinton, Theophilus, ±th Earl of Lincoln, 
see Lincoln. 

Clinton, Thomas, 3c? Earl of Lincoln, see 
Lincoln. 

Clinton, Mass., 17. 284, 285; 18. 238; 19. 
431,432,435, 436 n., 437. 

Clinton, N. Y., 19. 406, 416. 

Clock, description of a curious, 11. 15. 

Clopton, Mrs. Margaret (Maidstone), 5. 
494. 

Clopton, Walter, 5. 494. 

Clough, Ebenezer, harmonizes with W: 
Sullivan, 1820, 5. 275. 

Clough, John, 20. 10. 

Clough, Joseph, 1774, 20. 10. 

Clough, Joseph, Salem, 15. 161. 

Clough, William, 12. 107. 

Clough vs. Tenney, case of 14. 392. 

Cloutman, Edward, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Cloutman, Mrs. Sarah, 14. 151. 

Clown's all-heal, a medicine, 5 399. 

Clown's wort (Clown's all-heal), a medi- 
cine, 5. 396. 

Clubb, Stephen, his ' Journal,' 1. 218. 

Clutterbuck, William, 12. 117. 

Cluverius, Philippus, his ' Geographia,' 1. 
153. 

Clymer, Hon. George, 6. 146; 11. 23; 15. 
393. 

Coast Survey, see United States Coast 
Survey. 

Cobb, , gunsmith, killed, 7. 196. 

Cobb, Capt., ' Son of Liberty/ 11. 140. 



Cobb, Benjamin, 13. 200. 

Cobb, Cyrus and Darius, donation from, 

n.499; 12. 56, 79. 
Cobb, Gen. David, 12. 64; 14. 333; 15. 

75 n., 76; 17. 113, 114; 18. 283, 381; 

19. 67 n. Diary of, 19. 67-72. Letter 
of, to Hon. R. T. Paine, 19. 72, 73. 
Portrait of, presented to the Society, 

20. 192. 

Cobb, Col. Elisha, 16. 81. 

Cobb, Lieut. Nehemiah, 15. 77. 

Cobb, Capt. Samuel, 15. 77. 

Cobb, Hon. Samuel C, 14. 229 ; 17. 232 ; 
19. 285, 358, 359. Remarks by, at the 
meeting at Mr. Winthrop's house, 14. 
231. Elected a Resident Member, 18. 
423. Communicates a part of the diary 
of Gen. David Cobb, and a letter from 
the same to Judge R. T. Paine, 19. 67- 
73. Deposits with the Society the pa- 
pers relating to the portrait of Mr. 
Winthrop, 19. 356. Letters to and 
from Hon. R. C. Winthrop relative to 
the portrait of the latter for the Cap- 
itol at Washington, 19. 357, 358. Of 
committee to audit the Treasurer's 
account, 20. 112. Signs report of the 
Auditing Committee, 20. 199. 

Cobb, Capt. Silas, 15. 77. 

Cobb, Lieut. Simeon, 15. 77. 

Cobbet, Samuel, 8. 13, 22, 26. 

Cobbet, Thomas, cited, 6. 74. 

Cobbet, Rev. Thomas, 17. 142, 145. See 
Whiting, S. 

Cobbett, Thomas, 17. 228. 

Cobbit, Nathaniel, 20. 13. 

Cobble Hill, 4. 300, 302, 304 ; 7. 221, 242. 
Bombarded from Bunker Hill, 7. 222. 

Cobden, Richard, 18. 325. 

Cobham, William Brooke, Lord, 14 197. 

Coburn, Lieut. Esau, 15. 78. 

Coburn, Capt. Peter, 15. 81. 

Cocheco, N. H., 14. 121. Attacked by 
Indians, 17. 220. 

Cochran, Capt., 7. 192. 

Cochran, Hon. A. W., nominated a Cor- 
responding Member, 2. 99. Elected, 2. 
100. Accepts election, 2. 142. 

Cochran, William, 5. 285; 15. 402. 

Cochrane, Alexander Thomas, Lord, trial 
of, 13. 62. 

Cockburn, Adm. Sir George, 10. 222. 

Cockerum, Mr. (1623), 6. 256. 

Cockington, Mrs. Hannah' (Rogers), 5. 
491, 496. 

Cockington, Roger, 5. 491, 496. 

Cockington, Roger, son of Roger, 5. 496. 

Cockington, Samuel, son of Roger, 5. 496. 

Cocks, Lieut. Francis, 15. 78, 78 n. 

Cod, Cape, see Cape Cod. 

Cod-sounds, used in making isinglass, 11. 
327. 

Coddington (Cottington), Gov. William, 
5. 93, 95; 11. 400; 12. 343; 18. 393; 
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3. 230 ; 6. 47. His ' Demonstration of 
True Love ' cited, 16. 146. 

f Codex Diplomaticus Cavensis/ 11. 239, 
240; 12. 215. Copy of, presented, 13. 
282 

Codfish, 10. 103, 104. 

Codman, Capt., 12. 422. 

Codman, Ann, 20. 140. 

Codman, Benjamin, 20. 140. 

Codman, Catherine, 20 140. 

Codman, Mrs. Catherine (Amory), sketch 
of, and extracts from her letters, 5. 418. 

Codman, Col. Charles R., 17. 96; 19 357. 

Codman, Elizabeth, 20. 130, 138-140, 143. 

Codman, Henry, contributes to purchase 
the Society's building, 1. 465 n. 

Codman, Isaac, 20. 137. 

Codman, J. Amory, 2. 614. 

Codman, Capt. John, note concerning the 
poisoning of, 20. 104. Account of the 
poisoning of, 20. 122-157. Coroner's 
inquest on the body of, 20. 124. 

Codman, Hon. John, 5. 413, 430; 12. 62, 
64. Donation from the heirs of, 2. 100. 
Sketch of, 5. 414. 

Codman, Rev. John, D.D., 1. 173 w., 475, 
490, 493, 494; 5. 416, 429 n.; 19. 176. 
His death, 1. xliii ; 2. 379, 389. Nomi- 
nated a Resident Member, 1. 470. 
Elected, 1. 474. Accepts membership, 

1. 475. Donations from, 1. 498 ; 2. 
51, 211, 258, 334. Present at meetings 
of the Society, 2. 31, 62, 67, 88, 96, 99, 
112, 123, 125, 126, 142, 144, 145, 172, 
178, 186, 216, 219, 220, 227, 233, 237, 
239, 245, 249, 251, 256, 261, 263, 266, 
297, 303, 306, 309, 326, 335, 352, 356, 
362, 364, 374, 377. Requested to pre- 
pare a memoir of Rev. Dr. Homer, 2. 
258, 258 n. Appointed a delegate to 
the celebration of the New York His- 
torical Society, 2. 296. One of the 
subscribers to the portrait of Gov. 
Gore, 2. 312 n. President pro tempore, 

2. 373. ' Memoir of/ 2. 379, 379 n. ; 5. 
410-427 ; 10. 108. 

Codman, Mrs. Margaret (Russell), 5. 414. 

Codman, Mary, 20. 126, 130, 140. 

Codman, Parnel, 20. 140. 

Codman, Robert, 19. 357. 

Codman, Stephen, donations from, 1. 41 ; 

2. 61. To receive a vote of thanks, 2. 61. 
Codner, William, 11. 394, 395. 
Cody, Lieut. Joseph, 15. 77. 
Coelho, Prof. Latino, Secretary of the 

Royal Academy of Sciences, donation 

from, 6. 23. 
Coffee, Gen. John, 8. 172. 
Coffee Club, 6. 270. 
Coffin, Mrs., donation from, 1. 53. 
Coffin, Benjamin, drowned, 14. 137. 
Coffin, C. C, donation from, 7. 279. 
Coffin, Charles, his ' History of the Battle 

of Breed's Hill' cited, 14. 73 n. 
Coffin, Mrs. Eleanor (Foster), 11. 306 n. ' 



Coffin, Elizabeth (Mrs. Amory), 13. 419. 

Coffin, Mrs. Elizabeth (Hussey), 1. 170. 

Coffin, Enoch, 20. 325, 326. 

Coffin, Mrs. Eunice (Barker), 1. 171. 

Coffin, George W., 1. 171. 

Coffin, Capt. Hezekiah, 4. 219; 13. 169, 
171, 172, 239; 15. 337, 339, 346, 348, 
361; 20.13. 
Coffin, Adm. Sir Isaac, 2. 275 ; 7 323; 
10. 429, 456; 12. 177; 17. 217. Asked 
to help in obtaining the manuscript 
continuation of Hutchinson's history, 
1. 346. Nominated a Corresponding 
Member, 1. 346. Elected, 1. 347. Ac- 
cepts membership, 1. 370. Receives a 
diploma from the Society, 2. 65, 65 n., 
66 n. 

Coffin, James, 1702, 4. 256; 14. 137 ; 20. 
166, 325. 

Coffin, John, 11. 393, 395. 

Coffin, Gen. John, 7. 323 ; 13. 62. 

Coffin, Col. Joseph, 12. 417. 

Coffin, Joshua, A.B., 1. 417, 427, 437, 
448, 450, 453 ; 2. 88 ; 12. 375. Nomi- 
nated a Resident Member, 1. 400. Elect- 
ed, 1. 407. Of committee to collect and 
count votes, 1. 427. To be employed 
in the Library, 1. 428 n. Allowed to 
take newspapers from the Library, 1. 
446. Donation from, 2. 266. Receives 
permission to take the portrait of Dr. 
John Clarke for one week, 2. 287. 
Copy of the portrait of Dr. John Clarke 
in his ' History of Newbury/ 2. 287 n. 
Removes from the State, 2. 607 n. His 
death, 2. 607 n. Notice of, 2. 607 n. His 
' History of Newbury,' 1. 479 n.; 2. 
287, 607 n.; 12. 396; 14. 129 n., 134 n., 
148 n. ; 19. 169 n. 

Coffin, Nathaniel, d. 1703, drowned, 14. 
137. 

Coffin, Nathaniel, 7. 323; 11. 392, 395; 
13. 60. Refugee from Boston in 1776, 
18. 266. 

Coffin, Nathaniel, 1711, letter from Judge 
Sewall to,. 12. 376. 

Coffin, Nathaniel, M.D., Portland, 11. 
306 n. 

Coffin, Nathaniel, Jr., 11. 393,395 ; 19. 151. 

Coffin, Nicholas, 12. 417. 

Coffin, Rev. Paul, D.D., 12. 416, 417. 

Coffin, Peleg, the elder, 1. 170. 

Coffin, Hon. Peleg, i. 61, 62, 66, 106, 
108, 117, 127, 160 n. His death, 1. xli, 
170. Nominated a Resident Member, 
1. 36. Elected, 1. 41. Accepts mem- 
bership, 1. 42. Of committee to pro- 
cure a set of Journals of Congress 
and of the General Court, 1. 49. No- 
tice of, by C. C. Smith, 1. 170-172. 
Vote in regard to a memoir of, 1. 200. 

Coffin, Chief Justice Peter, 16. 265, 266, 
272, 274 ; 17. 353, 354. Deed to, from 
Hope-Hood and other Indians, 17. 354, 
355. 



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Coffin, Sarah (Mrs. Leach), 12. 177. 

Coffin, Capt. Shubael, 8. 326. 

Coffin, Stephen, 14. 137. 

Coffin, Timothy G., 15. 369. 

Coffin, Tristram, 1. 152, 170 ; 12. 417. 

Coffin, William, 11. 394, 395. A refugee 
from Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 

Coffin, William, Jr., a refugee from Bos- 
ton in 1776, 11. 395; 18. 266. 

Coffin, William, Jr., donation from, 1. 
152. 

Coffin family, 14. 258. Antiquity of, 3. 27. 

Coffin plates, 1799-1809, 10. 160. 

Coggan, John, 19. 142. 

Coggans, Mr., 6. 349. 

Coggeshall, A. T., donation from, 5. 229. 

Coggeshall, William T., donations from, 
5. 229, 372 ; 7. 143, 373. 

Coggswell, Joseph, donation from, 1. 202. 

Cogswell, Lieut. Amos, 15. 86. 

Cogswell, Hon. John B. D., 15. 251. 

Cogswell, Joseph Green, LL.D., 1. 280 n. ; 
13. 50, 389 ; 16. 407, 409 ; 17. 356, 390; 
20. 386. Donation from, 2. 468. Letter 
from Jared Sparks to, 10. 226, 227. 

Qogswell, Capt. Thomas, 15. 86, 111. 

Cogswell, Rev. William, D.D., re- 
quests a history of the Society for the 
* Quarterly Register/ 2. 63. Donations 
from, 2. 85, 96, 100, 101, 116, 132, 137, 
145, 170, 171, 176-178, 181-183, 188, 
238, 262, 385, 415, 446. Nominated a 
Resident Member, 2. 143. Elected, 2. 
144. Present at meetings of the Soci- 
ety, 2. 145, 147, 185-188, 192, 220. Re- 
moves from the State, 2. 216, 608 n. 
Subject of lecture given by, 2. 226 n. 
His death, 2. 608 n. Notice of, 2. 608 n. 

Cohasset, Mass., 4. 291 ; 12. 406, 408,418. 

Cohen, M., 5. 228. 

Cohen, Joshua P., M.D., description of 
his collection of Colonial and Conti- 
nental currency, 11. 103, 104. 

Cohoes Falls, N. Y., 19. 401. 

Cohoos, Upper and Lower, 5. 7. 

Coins, 3. 248; 5. 195. Donation of, with 
letter from Hon. W. Willis, 3. 181-188. 
And medals relating to America, 11. 
293-305. 

Coit, Rev. Joseph, 8. 30. 

Coit, Capt. William, 14. 89 ; 15. 106. 

Coke, D. P., 15.232 n., 235 n. 

Coke, Sir Edward, 1. 202 ; 3. 180 ; 4. 29; 
8. 306, 313; 10. 34, 350; 14. 388; 17. 
120 ; 20. 150 n., 160 n., 187, 301 n. On 
Littleton, 6. 277. On villenage, 7. 312. 

Coke, Sir John, Secretary, 5. 131, 134; 
18. 290. Narrative addressed to, 5. 
129-131. 

* Coke Manuscripts/ 13. 64. 

Colbrom, William, see Colburn. 

Colburn, James S. (Colburn fr Gill), n. 
308. 

Colburn, Jeremiah, 12. 329. Donation 
from, 8. 442. 



Colburn (Colbrom),. William, 14. 302 ; 18. 
364. 

Colby, Johnson, donation from, 2. 457. 

Colchester, Eng ., 12. 14. 

Colchester, Mass., 12. 394, 396. Aids 
Boston, 1774, 4 224. 

Colcord, Mrs. Ann, 16. 274. 

Colcord, Edward, 14. 124 n., 375; 16. 274. 

Colcord, Mrs. Edward, 14. 124. 

Colden, Gov. Cadwallader, M.D., 2. 85 ; 
17. 410. Letters from Dr. William 
Douglass to, 2. 557. 

Coldstreame, Scotland, 6. 489. 

Coldstreame Guards, 3. 236. 

Cole, Lieut. Archelaus, 15 77 n. 

Cole, Lieut. Arcippus, 15. 77 n., 78. 

Cole, Gideon, 15 116, 117. 

Cole, John, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Cole, Lieut. Joseph, Jr., 15. 76. 

Cole, Samuel, one of the Townsmen- 
Commissioners, 3. 339. 

Cole, Sarah, 20. 314. 

Cole, Thomas, 18. 66. 

Cole, Thomas, killed by Indians, 14. 130. 

Coleman, , 16. 107. 

Coleman, Dr., 4. 12. 

Coleman, Judith (.Mrs. Bulfinch), 16. 394. 

Coleman, Rev. Lyman, D D., his ' Eccle- 
siastical Antiquities/ 14. 115. 

Coleman, Nathaniel, 11. 316. 

Coleman, Samuel, donation from, 2. 135. 

Coleman, William, 18. 364. 

Coleraine,Gabriel Aungier, Baron, 12. 416. 

Coleraine, Mass., 12. 405-407, 416. 

Coleridge, Hartley, quoted, 20. 228. 

Coleridge, Herbert, extract from a letter 
from, to Dr. Worcester, 18. 173. 

Coleridge, John Duke, first Baron, 20. 
160 n. 

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 14. 300 ; 16. 
463. Rogers's account of, 10. 438. Quo- 
tation from, 11. 362. His ' Biographia 
Literaria ' cited, 13. 434. 

Coles, Gov. Edward, 13. 25; 19. 124. 
Elected an Honorary Member, 4 228. 
Accepts membership, 4. 235. His death, 
10. xvi. Sketches of, 10. 397, 399-402. 
His ' History of the Ordinance of 1787 ' 
quoted, 10. 400, 401. 

Coles, John, 20. 188. 

Colesworthy, Samuel, vote of thanks to, 
1. 77. 

Coley, Henry, 7. 129. 

Coligny, Gaspard de, entertained thoughts 
of colonization in America, 7. 406 ; 20. 
202. Proposed monument to,20. 202,203. 

'Collection of Original Papers/ 3. 139, 
139 n., 140. 

1 Collections ' of the Society, 1 ix, x, 2 n., 
4, 8n., 22 n., 24 n., Tin., 30 n., 31 n., 
30 n., 6Sn., 54, 60, 74, 75 n., 77 n., 83, 
85/i., 94, 100, 101. llln., 117 n., 123 n., 
127 n., 135n., 136, 137, 169, 173, 196, 
197 n., 232, 236, 250, 263, 270, 282, 289, 
388, 393, 416, 418 n., 422, 435, 437, 445, 



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449, 477, 479, 490, 496 n., 503 m; 2. 16, 
23, 24, 24 n., 31, 84 n. y 101 ; 3. 20, 62, 
68, 83, 84, 91, 92, 96, 98, 144, 167, 188- 
190, 207, 221, 251, 257, 258, 261, 264, 
267, 287, 310 n., 311, 320, 326, 336; 4. 
2, 7, 11, 144, 147, 241, 243, 244, 252, 
273, 322, 332, 374, 378, 379, 424, 425, 
438-440; 5. 19,22, 24, 40, 41, 44, 48, 
151, 153, 174, 186-189, 191, 200, 202, 
207, 319, 322, 323, 365, 402, 404, 406, 
489, 491; 6. 8, 10, 81, 82, 416; 10. 
426; 11. 33, 101, 106, 139, 227, 245, 
401, 465 n., 466/2.; 12. 2-5, 73, 74, 81, 
104, 128, 131, 182, 184, 220, 224, 235, 
331, 336; 13. 15, 18, 19, 104, 111, 269, 
273, 278, 297-299, 303, 330, 345, 420 n., 
455, 458; 14. 114, 319, 321, 322, 326; 
15. 194, 267,270, 273-275; 16. 133, 142, 
155, 165, 172, 212; 17. 70, 111,233,243, 
298, 303, 335 ; 18. 211, 401 n., 434 ; 19. 
99, 119, 120, 313, 391; 20 116, 190, 
327, 410. Publication of donations in, 
1. vi ; 2. 201. Earliest efforts to gather 
and publish, made by the Society, 1. 
xvii, xix-xxxiii. Circular Letter of 
the Society, 1. xxiv. Publication of, in 
the ' American Apollo/ 1. xxv, xxv w., 
xxvi. Contracts for printing, 1. xxv, 
xxviii, xxviii n., xxix n. 23, 48. Issue of, 
in a separate form,i.xxvi-xxix. Efforts 
to obtain more means, for the publica- 
tion of, 1. xxvii-xxxiii, 86. Communi- 
cations for, 1. 51, 52, 54, 56, 60, 67, 73, 
75, 78, 81, 83, 87, 91, 98, 111, 121, 122, 
129, 130, 136, 145, 151, 152, 166, 176, 
177, 190, 200, 201, 216, 217, 285. Vote 
to send, to Prof. Eberling, 1. 69. To 
be published quarterly, 1. 80, 108. To 
be reprinted, 1. 90. Publication of, 1. 

96. Vote to send, to O. Wolcott, 1. 

97. Publication of, suspended, 1. 97, 

98. Committee appointed to consider 
expediency of resuming publication, 1. 
107, 108. Price of, 1. 108, 187, 188, 215, 
370. Publication Committee for Vol. 
V. appointed, 1. 108. Votes to give, 
to Count Rumford, 1. 119, 240 n. ; to 
the University of Gottingen, 1. 120 ; 
to Mrs. Belknap, 1. 120. To be pub- 
lished only in volumes, 1. 121. Vote 
to send, to the New York Agricultural 
Society, 1. 125. The Publishing Com- 
mittee to consider ways and means of 
paying for, 1. 133. Committee ap- 
pointed to keep an account of, 1. 142. 
Publication of, again suspended, 1. 143. 
Vote to give, to the American Philo- 
sophical Society, 1. 144. Publication 
resumed, 1. 145. A set of, presented 
to Harvard College, 1. 148. Publica- 
tion Committee for Vol. IX., 1. 150. 
Reprinting early volumes considered, 
1. 150. Agreement with Hall & Hiller 
to reprint, 1. 158-160. Publication 
Committee for Vol. X., 1. 164. Index 



to the first series of, 1. 165, 214, 338, 
340, 352, 424. Vote to give a set to 
Dartmouth College, 1. 165, 214. New 
committee appointed on reprinting the 
early volumes, 1. 165, 214. Reprint 
of the first volume, 1. 179, 187. Do- 
nation of money for printing, 1. 189. 
Committee on reprinting, appointed, 
1. 213-216. Vote of thanks for the 
Index, 1. 214. To be sent to the New 
York Historical Society, 1. 214. To 
Pres. Alden, 1. 214, 251. A set given 
to the State Library, 1. 227. Two 
members added to the Publication 
Committee, 1. 228. Publication Com- 
mittee for Vol. II. of the second se- 
ries appointed, 1. 231. A new volume 
published, 1. 238. Vote to send, to 
various persons and institutions, 1. 
241. Publication Committee for Vol. 
III., second series, appointed, 1. 241. 
Vote to give, to Philadelphia Library, 
1.248. Vote to include Hubbard's His- 
tory in, 1. 249. Publication Commit- 
tee for Vol. IV., second series, 1. 249. 
Acknowledgments of donations to be 
printed at the end of each volume, 1 . 
250. Vote to reprint a volume, 1. 255. 
Proposal to include Gov. Winthrop's 
Journal in, 1. 259, 263. Publication 
Committee for Vol. VII., second series, 
chosen, 1. 259. Vote to present, to 
the King's Library, Paris, and to the 
French Institute, 1. 265, 278 n. To be 
given to Mrs. McKean, 1. 273. Commit- 
tee for Vol. VIII., second series, chosen, 
1. 273. A set of, to be given to the Li- 
brary of the Dane Law School, 1. 275. 
Committee appointed to sell, 1. 275. 
Vote to give to Transylvania Univer- 
sity, 1. 276. Rare tracts reprinted in, 

1. 279. Committee for Vol. IX., sec- 
ond series, 1. 283. To be presented to 
the Pilgrim Society, 1. 334. Commit- 
tee for Vol. X., second series, 1. 337. 
Committee to prepare index of second 
series, 1, 3,38, 340. Vote to send, to 
the Advocates' Library, Edinburgh, 1. 
340. The new series to be given to 
Mrs. Crocker, 1. 342. A set given to 
the Boston Athenaeum, 1. 346 ; to the 
Maine Historical Society, 1. 350, 351 ; 

2. 492. Committee for Vol. L, third 
series, 1. 352. Committee to index the 
third series appointed, 1. 352 ; 2. 50, 52, 
259, 260, 263, 337, 338, 366, 422, 428. 
Committee appointed to report num- 
ber of books on hand, 1. 372, 374. Vote 
to give, to the Antiquarian Societies of 
England and France, 1. 373. To the 
Library of the General Court, 1. 373. 
Vote to reprint parts of a volume, 1. 
381. Committee for Vol. II., third 
series, appointed, 1. 381. To be ex- 
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* Collections ' of the Society (continued). 
Review/ i. 386. Many volumes lost by 
fire, i . 392. Proposal to exchange cer- 
tain volumes, i. 393, 396. Vote to re- 
print, i. 396. Vote to give, to the 
Pennsylvania Historical Society, i. 
408; 2. 482. Proposal to print the 
records of Plymouth Church in, i. 409. 
A subscription for reprinting recom- 
mended, i. 409, 410. Circular asking 
for subscriptions, i. 410 n. Proposal 
to publish Schoolcraft's essay on the 
Chippewa language in, i. 416. De- 
lay in publishing the volume, i. 417, 
418. Publication Committee for Vol. 
III., third series, appointed, i. 424. 
Commission to booksellers on the sale 
of, i. 425. Vote of thanks for plates 
in, i 425. An application for exchange 
of, i. 434; 2. 182. Vote to reprint a 
volume, i. 449. New Publishing Com- 
mittee appointed, i. 451. Committee 
on Vol. IV., third series, i. 453. Com- 
mittee appointed to distribute, with re- 
port of the same, i. 460, 464 ; 2. 51, 56, 
68, 68 n.-71 n. Vote to send a volume 
to Mr. Williams, I. 467. To be sent to 
Dr. Adams, i. 475. Publication Com- 
mittee for Vol. V., third series, cho- 
sen, i. 480. Vote to send the third series 
to the Virginia Historical Society, I. 
485. Committee appointed on reprint- 
ing, sales, etc., i. 489, 494, 495, 498. 
Report of the committee, i. 493, 499. 
Certain volumes to be given to the 
American Antiquarian Society, i. 492. 
To be given to Alleghany College, I. 
493. To be exchanged with the Que- 
bec Historical Society, i. 498 ; 2. 30. 
Proposed new contract for sales of, i. 
499. Agreement made with Russell 
Odiorne & Co. to sell, I. 504; 2. 62 n. 
A set of, to be exchanged with Mr. S. 
Hazard, for his ' Register,' 2. 1, 16, 18, 
23, 146. The Publishing Committee 
requested to obtain subscriptions for 
an annual number, at one dollar a 
number, 2. 2. Volumes I., II., III., 
IV. of the third series to be presented 
to the Historical Society of Rhode 
Island, 2. 20. To be exchanged for Ger- 
man Works from the Royal Library in 
Berlin, 2. 21, 22. Publication of the 
fifth volume of the third series, 2. 26. 
Exchanged for Sparks's ' Life of Wash- 
ington/ 2. 27. A complete set of, for- 
warded to Dr. Julius, 2. 28. Rev. Mr. 
Francis chosen on committee to pub- 
lish Vol. V. of the third series, 2. 28. 
Volume V. of third series, business re- 
lating to publication of, 2. 30, 31. A set 
of not to be taken from the Library, 
2. 32. Each new volume to be sent to 
the members, 2. 35. Material for, re- 
ferred to the Publishing Committee, 



2. 35. Vol. V., third series, to have 
inserted a lithograph of Colonel Pil- 
kington's drawing, 2. 35, 35 n. The 
dissertation of Mr. Schoolcraft on the 
Ogibwa language to be published in, 
2. 35, 36. The dissertation not in the 
Collections, 2. 36 n. Report of the 
committee on memoirs of deceased 
members, 2. 38, 38 n. The memoirs of 
members to be prepared in accordance 
with the judgment of committees, 2. 
38, 39. A list of members from the 
beginning to be prepared for, 2. 39, 
39w. A bound copy of, to be pre- 
sented to Mr. Felt, 2. 40. A commit- 
tee to be selected for the preparation of 
Vol. VI., third series, 2. 40. Memoir of 
Rev. John Prince, 2. 47 n. Preparation 
of the list of members referred to the 
Publishing Committee, 2. 48. A man- 
uscript index of Vol. II., third series, 
deposited by the Recording Secretary, 
2. 47. A Publishing Committee for . 
Vol. VI., third series, to be appointed, 
2. 47. Report of the Standing Com- 
mittee concerning certain publications, 
2. 49. The Historical Society of Penn- 
sylvania ask for a copy of, 2. 53. A 
copy to be presented to the Royal 
Academy of Sciences at Lisbon, 2. 50. 
Certain volumes to be forwarded to 
the American Philosophical Society, 2. 
52. Vol. V. of the third series to be 
presented to the surviving children of 
Gen. Lincoln, 2. 55. Certain volumes 
to be sent to' Mr. W. D. Williamson, 2. 
57. Publishing Committee of Vol. VI. 
of the third series to take charge 
of the manuscripts presented by Mr. 
Fisher, 2. 57. The committee decline 
to send a copy to M. Arnoult, 2. 58, 59. 
Paper containing various errata in, 
2. 60, 61. Dr. Jenks's account of the 
Society published in Vol. VII. of the 
third series, 2. 63 n. Certain volumes 
to be forwarded to the New Hamp- 
shire Historical Society, 2. 64. Vol. 
V., third series, to be sent to Mr. Ber- 
nard Henry, 2. 64. Mr. Fisher's 'De- 
scription of American Medals/ printed 
in, 2. 64 n. The Librarian and Recording 
Secretary to report to what institu- 
tions and individuals the Collections 
have been sent, 2. 67. List of indi- 
viduals and institutions to whom the 
Collections have been presented, 2. 
68 n.-71 n. Vote of the Society in re- 
gard to the donation of, 2. 69, 70. Vote 
regarding further donation of, to the 
Theological Seminary at Andover, 2. 
71. Expense of printing a volume of, 
2. 82 n. Thomas Gage's work pub- 
lished in, 2. 84, 84 n. A committee to 
prepare Vol. VII., third series, 2. 86. 
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longing to the Society, 2. 87. To be 
forwarded to the Public Library at 
Athens, 2. 88. A committee appointed 
to increase the sale of, 2. 88. Arrange- 
ment made with Little & Brown for 
sale of, 2. 89. Committee appointed 
for the publishing of Vol. VII., third 
series, 2. 89. Letter from the New 
York Historical Society, 2. 91. Vol- 
umes desired by the New York His- 
torical Society to complete the set, 
2. 93. Index to the third series of, 
2. 99, 337, 338, 354, 366, 377. Re- 
ceipt of, acknowledged by Count de 
Macedo, 2. 100, 101, 139. Publication 
of donations in, ceases, 2. 101 n. Sum 
paid for printing, 2. 103 n. Agreements 
concerning the sale of, 2. Win. Vol. 
VII., third series, ready for delivery, 
2. 113. The Spanish manuscript to be 
published in, 2. 113. Publishing Com- 
mittee chosen for Vol. VIII., third se- 
ries, 2. 114. The third series to be pre- 
sented to the Kentucky Historical So- 
ciety, 2. 114. Voted to publish the 
manuscript of Brereton, 2. 119, 119 n. 
Arrangement of, under Mr. Harris, 2. 
121, 122. A copy of Vol. VII., third 
series, forwarded to Prof. Rafn, 2. 126». 
Exchanges of, 2. 127. The title of, 2. 
128 n. Receipt of, acknowledged by 
Dr. Edward Jarvis, 2. 146. Limited 
sale of, 2. 148. A committee appointed 
to make out complete sets of, 2. 170. 
Report of the committee on the arrange- 
ment of, in the attic, 2. 170, 171. Vol. 
VIII. of the third series to be published, 
2 178. An imperfect copy in the Li- 
brary of the Louvre, 2. 178, 179. Ex- 
changed for certain books, 2. 183. 
Volumes specially bound for the Soci- 
ety not to be loaned from the Library, 
2. 183. A copy asked for by the North- 
ern Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2. 
220, 220 n. A copy of several volumes 
given, 2. 221. A committee appointed 
to contract for a reprint of Vol. X., 
second series, 2 245. Vol. VIII. of 
third series ready for delivery, 2. 245, 
245 n. Signatures of articles in, written 
by members, 2. 245 n. Vol. VIII. of 
the third series to be sent to the Rev. 
John Hunter, 2. 246. Expense of some 
of the printing to be defrayed by money 
received from the lectures, 2. 246. To 
be sent to the Georgia Historical Soci- 
ety, 2. 247. Six copies of Vol. VIII., 
third series, to be sent to the Hon. Ed- 
ward Everett, 2. 248. Two copies of 
Vol. VIIL, third series, to be forwarded 
to Col. Aspinwall, 2. 248. A committee 
appointed to prepare Vol. IX. of the 
third series, 2. 248, 249. Price of Vol. 
X., second series, 2. 252. Cannot be 
sent to Wabash College, as requested, 



on account of a scarcity of copies of, 
2. 260, 261. . To be exchanged for those 
of the Maryland Historical Society, 2. 
268, 456. A second edition of Vol. I , 
third series, to be printed, 2. 270. Con- 
tains a copy of Dr. Palfrey's address 
at the first semi-centennial celebration 
of the Society, 2. 301 n. Donations of 
Vol. VIIL, third series, to be sent to 
the Historical Societies of Maryland 
and North Carolina, 2. 303. Vol. VIIL, 
third series, to be sent to the New Jer- 
sey Historical Society, 2. 308. Con- 
tain the printed instructions of Queen 
Anne to Gov. Dudley, 2. 310, 310 n. 
Certain volumes of, to be sent to Brown 
University, 2. 311. Vol. VIIL, third 
series, to be sent to Peter Force, 2. 312. 
Progress in preparing Vol. IX., third 
series, 2. 318. Proposed exchange of, 
for the ' American Annual Register/ 2. 
328. Has a copy of the Trumbull Pa- 
pers, 2. 332 n. Vol. VIIL, third series," 
to be sent to Mr. Rich and Col. Aspin- 
wall, 2. 339. A committee appointed 
to consider the subject of reprinting 
the deficient volumes of, 2. 340, 413. 
A committee appointed to publish Vol. 
X., third series, 2. 340. Price of the 
volumes, 2. 340. Report on the matter 
of reprinting deficient volumes of, 2. 
342. 346, 347. List of subscribers for 
reprinting the deficient volumes of, 2. 
347. Money received for printing Vol. 
IX. of the third series, 2. 348. At the 
publication of each volume of, docu- 
ments relating to, to be delivered to 
the Librarian by the Publishing Com- 
mittee, 2. 352. Copy of, to be pre- 
sented to the Nantucket Athenaeum, 2. 
353. Vol. I., third series, reprinted, 2. 
353. A committee appointed to con- 
sider sending a copy to the British Mu- 
seum, 2. 354. Report of the committee 
concerning a copy of the Collections to 
be sent to the British Museum, 2. 355. 
Exchanged for a manuscript of Chal- 
mers, 2. 363. Eighty-seven volumes of, 
deposited with Ticknor & Co. for Mr. 
Rich, of London, 2. 365. Money re- 
ceived for the sale of, 2. 368. Publish- 
ing Committee to report concerning the 
publication of VoL X., third series, 2. 
377. A committee to be appointed to 
publish Vol. I. of the fourth series, 2. 
379. A committee appointed to con- 
sider certain changes in the publica- 
tion of, with report of the same, 2. 380, 
446, 446 n. A committee to prepare 
Vol. I. of the fourth series, 2. 380. 
Money paid for reprinting, 2. 425 n. 
Amount to be paid for the preparation 
of the Index to the third decade, 2. 428. 
Price of Vol. X., third series, 2. 438. 
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' Collections ' of the Society (continued). 
sent to the Rev. J. Hunter, 2. 439. 
Money paid for printing Vol. X. of the 
third series, 2. 453 n. The third series 
to be presented to the Library of Utah 
on certain conditions, 2. 467. Progress 
reported by the Publishing Committee, 
2. 468. Vol. I. of the fourth series 
ready for delivery, 2 484, 489. A copy 
of Vol. I., fourth series, to be presented 
to Rev. Mr. Jenks, Miss F. M. Caulk- 
ins, Rev. Joseph Hunter, and Rev. Mr. 
Bartlet, 2. 491. A committee appointed 
to prepare Vol. II. of the fourth series, 
2. 492. Vol. I. of the fourth series, 
with all subsequent volumes, to be for- 
warded to the New York State Library, 
2. 494. Vol. I. of the fourth series to 
be presented to the New Orleans Fisk 
Free Library, 2. 495. Vol. II. of the 
fourth series includes the By-Laws 
adopted Feb. 10, 1853, 2. 512 n. Rules 
regarding the publication of, 2. 523 ; 3. 
iv, 2-4, 245, 249, 250. Money paid for 
printing Vol. I. of the fourth series, 2. 
527 n. Exchange of ten volumes of the 
third series for some of the publica- 
tions of the Philadelphia Athenaeum, 

2. 535. Vol. VIII. of the second series 
to be given to the Philadelphia Athe- 
naeum, 2. 535. To be presented to the 
Wisconsin Historical Society, 2. 556, 
569. Opinions relating to certain pro- 
posed publications in, 2. 592. Recom- 
mendation to send a copy of, to the 
Smithsonian Institute, 2. 594, 598. Vol. 
II., fourth series, published, 2. 599. 
Committee appointed to prepare Vol. 
III. of the fourth series, 2. 601 ; 3. iv. 
The publication of, to be kept distinct 
from that of the Proceedings, 3. iv. 
Improvements to be made in the man- 
ner and style of publication of, 3. 2-4. 
' Memoir of S: Appleton ' published in, 

3. 3, 7. Vols. VII., VIIL, and IX. of 
the first series to be reprinted, 3. 83, 88, 
159. Sales of, 3. 85, 88, 159, 160. Num- 
ber of copies of, 3. 86. Report from 
the Committee of Publication on Vol. 
III. of the fourth series, 3. 89, 90. Ex- 
changes arranged with Dr. O'Calla- 
ghan, 3. 96, 98. Biographical sketches 
to be added to, 3. 99, 122, 132. A set 
of, desired by Mr. T. B. Atkins, 3. 263. 
Progress of, from the beginning, 3. 266, 
267. A set of, to be sent to the Nova 
Scotia Legislative Assembly, 3. 334. 
Indebtedness of the Society for the 
means of publishing the thirty-four 
volumes of, 3. 356. Expense of re- 
printing Vol. X. of the first series, 4. 
251. Error in third series, Vol. VII., 

4. 430. Letter written by J: Adams, 
expressing his opinion of, 5. 312, 313. 
Publication of Vols. III., IV., V., and 



VI. of the fourth series, 6. 8, 10, 470 ; 
7. 14, 15. Number of volumes issued 
by the Society, 6. 12. Sales of, during 
the year 1862-63, 7. 15. Volumes 
printed from the proceeds of the Ap- 
pleton Fund, 7. 17. Notes of M. Joy 
on, 8. 223-225. Publication of Vol. 

VII. of the fourth series of, 8. 97, 99, 
260. Vol. VIIL of the fourth series 
announced, 11. 33. Vol. IX. of the 
fourth series announced, 12. 81. Vol. 
X. of the fourth series announced, 12. 
181. Vol. I. of fifth series announced, 
12. 104. Subscription to publish, 13. 
232. Vols. II. and III. of the fifth 
series announced, 15. 228. Vol. IV. 
of the fifth series ready for distribu- 
tion, 16. 154, 162, 174. Vol. V. f the 
fifth series published, 16. 368. Vol. 
VI. of the fifth series ready for distri- 
bution, 17. 288. Vol. VII. of the fifth 
series published, ig. 356. Vol. VIIL 
of the fifth series published, 20. 190. 
Cited, 1. 133 72., 140 n., 145 w., 149 w., 
151 n., 162 «., 166 n , 177 n., 190 n., 
194 n., 200, 201 n., 212 n., 216 n , 222 72., 
227 n., 230 «., 232 72., 243 n., 245 n., 
251, 252, 254 n., 256 72., 266 «., 270 n., 
273 w., 274 n., 277 »., 278 n., 282 n., 
285 n., 334 n., 338 71., 347 «., 348 n., 
374 n., 377 n., 378 n., 381 72., 386 «., 
387 7i., 390, 394 n., 399 71., 414 72., 
42372., 445«.-447 71., 466 71 .-468 71., 475n., 
476 «., 479 72., 500n.; 2. 14 72., 30 72., 35m, 
48 n., 57 n., 61 n., 63 w., 64 n., 84 w., 85 72., 
91 n., 101 w., 110 w., 141ti., 191 n., 192 n., 
209ti., 232 n., 240ti., 245 »., 248 n. t 
254 «., 261 71., 287 «., 301 71., 310 72., 
348 »., 361 71., 366 w. f 377 «., 414 72., 
432 71., 434, 484 »., 437 72., 438 n., 440 n., 
446 71., 449 n., 459 71., 460 72., 467 72., 
472 71., 481 71., 485 w., 502 «., 509 n., 
512 71., 543 n. f 549 n., 550 72., 552 72., 
557 71., 558n., 60372.; 6. 46, 50, 59, 255; 
14. 117 71., 124 71., 130 n., 138 n. f 146 «.- 
148 71., 262, 368 71.; 15. 174, 194 n. ; 16. 
147, 195 72., 196 71., 199 71., 200 n., 202 n., 
213 71., 271 71., 283 n., 370, 380 ; 17. 
108 m., 13971., 207, 208n., 220 n., 221 n., 
22271., 254 71., 367, 411 n. ; 18. 82, 86 n., 
95 72., 99 71., 101 71., 120 71., 199, 320 72. ; 
19. 107 72., 142 71., 152 71., 395, 396, 399 71., 
407 71. ; 20 63 «., 65 n., 67 n., 69 n., 82 72., 
84 71., 87 72., 88 71., 104, 121, 147 n., 148 72., 
150 71., 153 71., 181, 282 71., 311. 

College discipline and instruction, re- 
marks on, 11. 87-91. 

College House, Cambridge, 6. 341. 

College of France, 20. 261, 263. 

College of Heraldry, 19. 331.. 

College of New Jersey, 8. 41, 42; 14. 
159ti. ; 19. 360, 402 ; 20. 48 72. 

College of William and Mary, see William 
and Mary. 

' Collegian/ magazine, 16 408. 



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Collegiate and Commercial Institute, 
New Haven, Conn., donation from the 
Principal of, 8. 254. 

Colleton, Sir John, 13. 408 n. 

Colleton, Thomas, 13. 408 n. 

Collier, Mr., 6. 476, 477. 

Collier, Jeremy, 18. 3. 

Collier, John Payne, 17. 306. 

Collingwood, Edward, 14. 361 n. 

Collins, Capt, 7. 188, 193, 202-204, 211, 
216-218, 220, 246. 

Collins, Judge, 16. 6. 

Collins, Mr.] 16. 296. 

Collins, Mrs., 7. 188, 202, 203, 210, 211, 
214, 258, 259. 

Collins, Anthony, 14 134 n. 

Collins, Lieut. Daniel, 15. 86. 

Collins, Mrs. Edward, death of, 14. 134. 

Collins, Elijah, dies, 7. 191. 

Collins, Ezra, 11. 140. 

Collins, Capt. Isaac, portrait of, presented 
to the Society, 6. 20, 21 ; 7. 24. 

Collins, James, 19. 237, 239. 

Collins, Major James, 15. 86, 160. Re- 
port of, 4* 302. 

Collins, John, letter of, in regard to New 
England, 6. 427. 

Collins, Rev. John, 8. 12, 20, 25. 

Collins, Miss Nabby, 7. 210, 225, 231. 

Collins, Rev. Nathaniel, H.C. 1660, 8. 13, 
21, 26. 

Collins, Rev. Nathaniel, H.C. 1697, 8. 29. 

Collins, Polly, 7. 211. 

Collins, Rev. Samuel, letter of, about 
conformity, 13. 341. 

Collins, Stephen, 8. 317, 319. 

Collins House, Danvers, Mass., 11. 334. 

Collison, Peter, 13. 408. 

Collyer, William, 14. 163. 

Colman, Miss, 7. 189. 

Colman, Benjamin, b. 1710, 13. 417. Por- 
trait of, by Smibert, 17. 95. 

Colman, Benjamin, b. 1748, 13. 416. 

Colman, Mrs. Benjamin, portrait of, 17.95. 

Colman, Rev. Benjamin, D.D., d. 1147, 1. 
11 ; 2. 54, 229 n., 449 n. ; 3. 291 ; 8. 29, 
432; 10. 160, 162; 12. 320; 13. 416n.; 
16. 52, 147 ; 17. 87, 95, 263, 267 n. ; 19. 
179, 181 n. ; 20. 5. Letter from Gov. 
Belcher, 3. 41. Correspondence with 
Mr. Hooper, 3. 110; 5. 433. 'Memoir 
of/ by Turell, 3. 327. Letters from 
Isaac Watts, 3. 327. Smibert's portrait 
of, engraved by Pelham,9. 199. Dona- 
tion of an autograph letter of, 9. 243. 
Portrait of, by Smibert, 16. 394; 17. 95. 
Letter to, from Mrs. George White- 
field, 19. 180, 181. His funeral sermon 
on Holden, 1. 18. His sermon on the 
death of Grove Hirst, 1. 33. Letters 
from the library of, 1. 48. His election 
sermon, 1. 53. Manuscript of his 'In- 
dian Wars,' 1. 31. His manuscript of 
the ' Gospel Order Reviewed/ 19. 127, 
128. 



Colman, Col. Dudley, 1. 111. 

Colman, Mrs. Hannah, 17. 95. 

Colman, Rev. Henry, 2. 168 ; 10. 440 n. ; 
20. 403. Donations from, 1. 219; 2. 147, 
221, 322. 

Colman, John, b. 1670, brother of Rev. 
Benjamin Colman, 13. 416. Portrait of, 
by Smibert, 17. 95. 

Colman, John, b. 1737, 13. 416. 

Colman, John, Jr., 13. 416, 417. 

Colman, John, Sen., 13. 416 n. 

Colman, Mrs. John, portrait of, by Smi- 
bert, 17. 95. 

Colman, Mrs. Judith, 17. 95. 

Colman, Sarah, 13. 416. 

Colman, William, 13. 416. 

Colman, William {b. 1744), 13. 416. 

Colmeiro, Manuel, 17. 50. 

Colmer, Abraham, 14. 366. Autograph 
of, 14. frontispiece. Indenture of, with 
David Thomson, 14. 358-385. Sketch 
of, 14,360. 

Colombia, periodicals of, 2. 140 n. 

Colomies (Colomesius), Paul, 18. 426. 

Colonial Archives, Courts, Governments, 
Laws, Legislatures, Records, etc., see 
names of colonies designated. 

Colonial Money (paper), given to the 
Society, 11. 160. 

Colonial Ordinance, establishing riparian 
rights, 2. 594, 595. 

Colonial Pamphlets, 6. 365. 

Colonial Period of American History, ar- 
rangement of articles in the Library 
with reference to, 6. 18. 

Colonies in North America, see American 
Colonies, and British Colonies in North 
America. 

Colonization, projects of, 3. 223. 

Colonization Society, see American Colo- 
nization, etc. 

Colquhoun, J. C, his ' Life in Italy and 
France in the Olden Time ' cited, 15. 
242 n. 

Colson, Adam, 11. 140 ; 20. 13. Donation 
from, 1. 34. 

Colson, David, 11. 140. 

Colston, Hon. Edward, ig. 24, 27, 27 n., 30. 

Colton, Joseph H., description of his Map 
of Boston, 6. 39. 

Colton, Simeon, donation from, of a vol- 
ume of manuscript sermons, by Rev. 
Samuel Mather, of Windsor, Conn., 9. 
481. Vote of thanks to, 9. 462. 

Colton's ' Cabinet Atlas/ donation from 
the publisher, 4. 226. 

Columbia, District of, when and how 
named, 2. 316 n., 317 n.; 19. 393, 393 n. 

Columbia, S. C, 4. 97 ; 12. 265, 268 ; 18. 
200. 

Columbia, ship, 1. 25, 39, 88 ; 2. 316 n. ; 5. 
315; 12. 41, 130. Pictures of, 1. 90. 
Report of Mr. Sturgis concerning the 
Memorials of the voyage of the ' Co- 
lumbia/ 5. 315 ; 6. 22. Columbia River 



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named from, u. 352, 354. Alluded to 
in the 'Archives of California/ n. 353. 

Columbia College, New York, i. 85 n.\ 
ii. 234 ; 12. 265, 268 ; 15. 231 ; 19. 326, 
332, 352. Donation from, 8. 253. 

Columbia College, S. C, 12. 265, 268 ; 15. 
190. 

Columbia River, 2. 316 n. Discovery of, 
and name of, 5. 315; 6. 22; 11. 352, 
354. Pictures relating to the discovery 
of, exhibited, 12. 1. 

' Columbian and European Harmony/ 2. 
283. 

' Columbian Centinel/ 1. 6, 13, 39, 60, 82, 
87, 88, 98, 112, 117 n., 122, 130, 137, 
147, 154, 168, 171, 178, 191, 202, 219 ; 
3 140; 6.152,271; 13-185; 17. 17 n. ; 
18. 379; 19. 226-228. Cited, 17. 113 n., 
117 n.; 19. 105, 106. 

'Columbian Magazine/ 1. 11 ; 3. 226. 

' Columbian Phoenix/ 1. 154. 

Columbian Springs, 7. 84. 

Columbus, Bartholomew, 16. 383. 

Columbus, Christopher, 1. 28, 31, 478 n.; 
8. 464 ; 10. 32, 431 ; 12. 31, 65, 468 ; 13. 
41, 352, 362, 366, 379 ; 15. 244 ; 16. 318- 
321, 382, 383, 443 ; 17. 50, 361 ; 18. 19, 79, 
80, 199, 264, 432, 444; 19. 328; 20. 201, 
362, 367. Celebration of the anniver- 
sary of the discovery of America by, 

1. 45, 46. Portrait of, deposited with 
the Society, 2. 23, 23 n. Portrait pre- 
sented to the Society, 2. 25. Portrait 
of, repaired, 2. 289 n. ; 20. 192. Manu- 
script discourse delivered at Havana, 
on the reinterment of his remains, pre- 
sented to the Society, 2. 104, 105, 105 n. 
Letter relating to the disposition of his 
remains, 2. 105 n. Manuscript eulogy 
on, to be bound, 2. 113. The eulogy 
translated, 2. 117. Title of the eulogy, 

2. 118 w. Information concerning the 
removal of his remains, 2. 118 n., 119 n. 
Commemoration of the third century 
of his discovery of America, 3. 355. 
Irving's ' Life of, ' 4. 395, 396, 400, 401, 
408; 20. 201. Relic of his house, 5. 
210. Photograph of monument to, 5. 
373; 6. 17. On a letter from, to Sant- 
angel, 8. 432-434. Photographic fac- 
similes of three letters of his, pre- 
sented, 11. 197. Letter of Charles E. 
Norton in relation to them, 11. 223. 
Testimony concerning the Indians, 12. 
30. M. d'Avezac's paper on the date of 
the birth of, 13. 313. Autograph of, 
faces 16. 322. Letters from, to Ferdi- 
nand and Isabella, 16. 323-332. Auto- 
graph page, from Irving's 'Life of/ 
faces 20. 201. 

Columbus, Diego, 16. 322. 

Columbus, Ferdinand, his ' Historie ' 

cited, 16. 321 n. 
Colville, see Sprague, John. 
Colyer, Thomas, 5. 358, 369. 



Combauld, Richard, 19. 237, 239. 

Combe, George, M.D., 13. 390 ; 16. 190. 

Combe, Rev. Thomas, D.D., his book on 
the Common Prayer, 18. 429. His 
' Church History cleared from Roman 
Forgeries/ 18. 430. 

Comby, Capt., 12. 425. 

Cornel, Richard, 15. 145, 145 n. 

Comenius, Johannes Amos, 16. 213. 

Comer, Capt. John, 20. 8, 9. 

Comes, Jacob, 4. 355. 

Comes, Jacob, Jr., 4. 355. 

Comets, history of, 1. 167. 

Comines, Philippe de, his ' Memoires/ 1. 
153. 

Commencement Day, see Harvard Col- 
lege. 

Commerce, in New England in 1631, 3. 
183, 184. Influence of the trade in cot- 
ton upon, 3. 221. Of the United States 
in 1784, 5. 468, 469. 

Commercial Biography, uses of, 3. 7, 8. 

Commercial Relations between Great 
Britain and America, 9. 69. 

Commercial Treaty between Great Brit- 
ain and the United States, prospects 
of, 9. 7. 

Comrnings, John, 20. 320. 

Commission des Monuments et Docu- 
ments Historiques et des Batiments 
Civils du Departement de la Gironde, 
donation from, 9. 247. Circular from 
the President of, read and referred, 9. 
250. 

Commission to revenue officers, Boston, 
in reign of George HI., 4. 322-324. 

Commissioner of Patents, see U. S. Com- 
missioner of Patents. 

Commissioners for Foreign Plantations, 
3. 263 ; 6. 40, 47, 51, 60, 61 ; 7. 482, 
488. Letters from, to the Confederate 
Governments, 6. 62. Concerning the 
validity of the Narragansett Patent, 6. 
75, 76. 

Commissioners for settling the North- 
east Boundary, see Northeast Boun- 
dary, etc. 

Commissioners for the Propagation of the 
Gospel among the Indians, see Society 
for the Propagation, etc. 

Commissioners of the United Colonies, 5. 
376, 377; 6. 61, 73 n., 477. Proceed- 
ings of, manuscript, 1. 253. 

Commissioners to treat with the Eastern 
Indians, Journal of, 1. 7, 388. 

Committee of Correspondence, see Mas- 
sachusetts, etc. 

Committee of Safety, 6. 54, 180. 

Committee on Map of Plymouth Com- 
pany, donation from, 4. 122. 

Committees of Correspondence, 3. 36 ; 6. 
365. 

Committees of the Society, rules and 
regulations regarding, 2. 242, 243, 270. 
Reports of, see Annual Meeting and 



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names of officers. See, also, Auditing 
Committee, Council of the Society, 
Lectures, Committee on, Nominating 
Committee, Publishing Committee, 
Scrutinizing Committee, Standing 
Committee. 

Commodianus, 18. 427. 

Commodore Hull, U. S. gun-boat, 7. 360. 

' Common School Journal/ 10. 445 ; 19. 
337. 

Commons, discontinuance of, at Harvard 
College, 6. 269. 

Commonwealth Avenue, 6. 4, 5. 

Commonwealth vs. Alger, 10. 77, 78 ; vs. 
Aves, 10. 74 : 13. 299 ; vs. Fitzgerald, 
10. 74 ; vs. Taylor, 10. 74 ; vs. Temple, 
10. 65. 

' Commonwealth vs. Nathaniel Jennison/ 
case of, cited, 3. 191-195 ; 13. 293-299. 

Communion, term of, 8. 221. 

Comparetti, Domenico, 18. 403. 

* Comprehensive Commentary/ 2. 277. 

Compton, Henry, Bishop of London, 13. 
106 ; 18. 424. 

Compton, James, 3d Earl of Northampton, 
see Northampton 

Compton, Spencer, Earl of Wilmington, see 
Wilmington. 

Compton, William, Lord, 11. 212. 

Compton, William, Earl of Northampton, 
see Northampton. 

Comstock, Cyrus, donation from, 1. 131. 

Conanicut, 5. 364. Burning of houses, 7. 
220, 221. 

Conant, Col., friend of Paid Revere, 15. 
165, 166, 171, 176, 177; 16. 372. 

Conant, Mr., 7. 296. 

Conant, John, D.D., his * Sermons/ 18. 
429. 

Conant, Roger, xx. 145; 12. 398; 14. 115; 
17. 366, 367, 367 n., 368, 368 w., 369, 
369 n. Autograph of, faces 17. 366. 
Petition of, to the General Court of 
Massachusetts, communicated by Mr. 
Deane, 17. 366-368. 

Conant's Island, Boston Harbor, 17. 368. 

Concert Hall, Boston, 1. 235, 236 ; 12. 63- 
65; 17. 364 n. ; 19 174, 174 w. ; 20. 405. 

Concha, Gov. -Gen. Jose, matters pertain- 
ing to negro soldiers, 6. 247. 

Concio ad Synodum, 1701, 6. 19. 

Concord, Mass., 3. 10, 117, 150; 4. 24, 81, 
84; 5. 332, 369, 371 ; 6. 285; 8. 353, 401 ; 
10. 353; 12. 394-396, 407 n. ; 16. 112, 
155, 255, 300«., 365; 17. 243, 252, 289, 
294, 315, 318, 319, 321-324, 329, 332, 
342, 380; 18. 156-160; 19. 62, 85, 93, 
302, 325 n. Battle at, 4. 294 : 5. 2; 6 
179; 7. 478; 8. 404; 11. 306; 19. 377, 
377 n. ; 20. 63, 416. Battle at, announced 
in England, 7. 195, 198. Bostonians 
chose representatives there, 1775, 7. 
198. Invitation of the town to the So- 
ciety, to join in the centennial of the 
battle at, 13. 449 ; accepted, 13. 450. 



Concord. N. H., 3. 11, 12; 4. 94 ; 12. 401 n., 
406, 406 n., 413; 16. 118; 17. 152,153, 
155, 156; 20. 226. Aids Boston, 1774, 
4. 224. 

Conde, Louis II. de Bourbon, Prince de, 
16. 222 n. Statue of. by David, 19. 59. 

Conder, Capt. David, 15. 84 n., 85. 

Condiskeag, 3. 305. 

Condorcet, Jean Antoine, Marquis de, ad- 
mired Franklin's Constitution, 5. 90. 

Conduit Street, Boston, Mass., name 
changed to Union Street, 6 28. 

Condy [?], Foster, 20. 11. 

Cone, Pequot Indian, 16. 402. 

Conestoga Bridge, Penn., 17. 204. 

Coney, John, 1. 153. 

Coney, John, 6. 341. 

Coney, Col. Richard, Governor of Bermuda, 
18. 256. 

Coney Island, 6. 193. 

Confectio alchermes, a medicine, 5. 396. 

Confederate Bonds, donation of, by Maj.- 
Gen. Benham, 9. 7 ; by Ivers J. Austin, 
Esq., 9. 255. 

Confederate flags presented to the Soci- 
ety, 6. 17 ; 11. 136, 252. 

Confederation of 1778, pen with which 
the articles of, were signed, 1. 98 ; 2. 
174. Questions of citizenship, 6. 93. 
Rights of the negro under, 6. 110, 112, 
155. First Secretary of War under, 6. 
373. 

' Confession of Faith/ published by Mr. 
Dexter, 2. 164. 

Confiscation Acts of Massachusetts, 13. 
53, 54. 

Congdon, James B., 8. 280. Donations 
from, 6. 20; 11. 499. 

Congregational Board of Publication, 19. 
117. Donation from, 5. 223. 

Congregational Churches, proposed 
changes in, opposed by Hon. John 
Lowell, 2. 165, 166. 

* Congregational Discipline, Fruits of/ 11. 

460-464. 
Congregational Library Association, 17. 

31. 
Congregational Ministers, convention of, 

1. 213. Letter from the committee, 5. 

105, 106. 
( Congregational Quarterly/ donation 

from, 4. 235. Cited, 14. 117 n., 148 n. 

* Congregational Way/ names of minis- 

ters in favor of, 11. 201. Gov. Brad- 
ford on, 11. 457-460. 

Congregationalists, 3. 25. In Georgia, 8. 
215. 

' Congres International des America- 
nistes/ 14. 158 ; 16. 183, 403. Invita- 
tion from, 19. 216. 

Congress, American and Continental, 
see Continental Congress. 

Congress of the Governors of New Eng- 
land and New York held in New Lon- 
don, see New London. 



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Congress of the United States, 2. 406 ; 6. 
169, 170, 195, 211, 213, 218, 224, 247, 
430; 10. 162; 11. 22, 23, 69, 70, 78, 104, 
234, 271, 357, 361, 486; 18. 418, 437. 
Resolve of, concerning the national 
debt, 1. 9. Address to the States from, 

1. 12. Journals of, 1. 28, 49, 100, 111, 
130, 145, 190; 6. 186, 218. Memorial 
to, 1. 61, 66. Public documents of, 1. 
201, 218 ; 3. 265. Donations from, 1. 
494; 2. 17, 27,93, 96, 137, 215,411, 475, 
551, 584, 593; 3. 114,265; n. 498. The 
pen used by, in signing the Act of Con- 
federation, 2. 174. A memorial to be 
presented to, concerning the printing 
of certain scientific works, 2. 336-339. 
A memorial to be presented to, con- 
cerning the reduction of duties on 
maps, books, etc., 2. 349, 350. The 
Twenty-second, 2. 407. To be peti- 
tioned for a copy of the * American 
Archives,' 2. 418 A memorial to be 
prepared, asking for appropriations of 
money for certain historical purposes, 

2. 550. Committee of Ways and Means, 
in, 3. 72; 6. 455, 458. Documents of, 
presented to the Society, 3. 265. Clauses 
and matters pertaining to slavery, 6 88, 
98, 141, 146, 147, 151, 153-156, 161-164, 
185, 186, 197, 215-218. Declaration of 
Independence, 6. 100-103. Report of 
the committee on the safety of the 
Southern States, 6. 216-218. Soldiers 
called to service, 6. 259. Matters re- 
lating to the depreciation of money in 
1779, 6. 359, 360. Correspondence of 
Washington with, 6. 364-366. Close 
of the Revolutionary War, 6. 368, 371- 
373. Plan of Gen. Knox for the ar- 
rangement of the militia of the United 
States, 6. 375, 377-403. Report on the 
plan of Gen. Knox, 6. 397, 398. ' Jour- 
nals ' of the lst-3d sessions, 10. 35. 
Foreign correspondence of, 10. 274. 
Library of, 10. 314, 377 n. Visit to, in 
1789, 11. 22, 23. Resolve of the old, 
in 1781, to erect a monument at York- 
town, 17. 232, 293. Aged ex-members 
of, 18. 246, 247. Resolution of, accept- 
ing a portrait of Hampden, 18. 439, 440. 
Portrait of Lafayette given to the 
House of Representatives by Ary 
Scheffer, ig. 56, 57. Papers relating 
to the presentation of a portrait of Mr. 
Winthrop to, 19. 356-359. Senate Doc- 
ument No. 9 cited, 2. 308 n. 

Congress, Provincial, see name of the 

province holding. 
Congress, ship, 7. 225, 240. 
Congress Street, Boston, 6. 30, 209. 
* Congressional Globe/ 18. 437. Donation 

from, 7. 21. 
Coning, Martin, Boston, naturalized, 4. 

362. 
Conkeumbans, Pequot Indian, 16. 402. 



Connecticut, 1. 129; 2. 304 n. ; 3. 25, 111, 
112, 114, 300; 4. 274, 325; 6. 133, 176, 
488; 7. 187, 214, 232, 234, 262 ; 8. 356, 
475 ; 10. 27 n., 159, 328, 379, 382, 391 ; 
11. 344. Laws of, 1. 9, 113; 5. 66 n., 
168, 169 ; 6. 196-200, 212 ; 10. 395-397. 
Maps of, 1. Ill, 124. Manuscript re- 
lating to the colony of, 1. 129. 'Heads 
of Inquiry concerning/ 1. 130. 'Ac- 
count of the Inhabitants of/ 1. 130. 
Missions in, 1. 145, 154. Election ser- 
mons, 1. 202. Statistics of, 2. 42. Do- 
nations from, 2. 217, 459; 4. 54, 286; 

5. 30 ; 10. 409 ; 11. 498. The Governor 
requests the delivery of the Trumbull 
Papers, 2. 322, 322 »., 323 n., 355. Report 
of the committee on the matter of the 
Trumbull Papers, 2. 328, 330, 330 n.- 
333 n. Resolves concerning the Trum- 
bull Manuscripts, 2. 343 ?z.-346 n. Vote 
and report of the Society concerning 
the claim to the Trumbull Papers, 2. 

357, 357 n.-359 n. Troops sent into the 
Narragansett Country, 3. 9. Matters 
pertaining to land granted to Lord Say 
and Sele, 3. 50. Effort to capture Goffe 
the regicide, 3. 61. A copy of the ' Blue 
Laws ' presented to the Society, 3. 133. 
Questions of boundary, 3. 148 ; 19. 385. 
Copy of the Colonial Records from 
1638 to 1649 donated to the Society, 3. 
182. Action of the militia in the cam- 
paign against Burgoyne, 3. 279. Her 
money, 4. 132. Naturalization in, 4. 
345. Purchase from Fen wick of land, 

6. 45. The Atherton Company and 
the Narragansett Country, 6. 67 n.-7l, 
76 ; 7. 483. Vote in regard to the im- 
portation of slaves, 6. 92, 142. Vote 
passed on motions in regard to the 
Constitution, 6. 146, 147. Questions 
relating to taxation, 6 148. Her ser- 
vice in the battle of Bunker Hill com- 
memorated, 6. 177. Enlistment of 
negroes, 6. 196-200, 212. Call on the 
militia to serve, 6. 259, 372. Letter 
from General Putnam, 6. 260. Militia 
dismissed on account of the harvest, 6. 

358. Returns made, of the militia, 6. 
401. Powder sent to Boston from, 7. 194. 
Regiments of, 7. 217. Baptists hardly 
used in, 7. 293. John % Adams's opinion 
of, 8. 230. Disallowance of an Act of 
the Colony of, entitled ' Hereticks/ 9. 
501. Difference between the Colony of, 
and the Mohegan Indians, 1705, 9. 506. 
Agreement with Uncas, 10. 16-18. 
' History of, during the Rebellion/ 10. 
397. Journal of a tour to, in 1789, 11. 
9-32. Dispute between a Connecticut 
man and a Rhode-Islander, 11. 28. Let- 
ter on receipt of the Charter of, 11. 
344. Act of, for the preservation of 
ancient Town Records, 11. 370. Towns 
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401 n. Manufacture of gunpowder in, 

14. 252. Action of the Assembly with 
regard to the manufacture of salt, 15. 
225. Action of the Council of Safety 
with regard to the importation of salt, 

15. 225. * The Boundary Disputes of/ 
given, ig. 385. 

Connecticut, Archives and Colonial Rec- 
ords of, 3. 63, 182 ; 6. l l „6 ; 10. 395-397 ; 
13. 240; 17. 223 w. 

Connecticut, Charter of, 1. 9, 113; 4. 162, 
163; 6. 65w.-71 n., 13 n. 

Connecticut, General Assembly of, 2. 
212. Requests the delivery of the 
Trumbull Papers, 2. 3z2, 322 n., 323 «., 
328, 330, 330 n., 333, 343, 346 n., 355, 
357, 357 n., 359 n. 

Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sci- 
ences, donations from, 1.218; 2. 224; 
g. 353. The Collections to be sent to, 
1. 241. To receive a copy of the Col- 
lections, 2. 69 n. 

Connecticut Association, donation from, 
3-36. 

Connecticut Association of Ministers, 1. 
122. 

Connecticut Board of Education, Secre- 
tary of, donation from, 2. 218. 

' Connecticut Courant/ 17. 91. 

Connecticut Historical Society, 10. 309, 
430; 18. 187. Its Charter and By- 
Laws, 2. 146. Invited to join in cele- 
brating the anniversary of the New 
England Confederacy, 2. 248. Accepts 
the invitation, 2. 252. Delegates pres- 
ent at the celebration, 2. 254 n.' Dona- 
tion from, 2. 498; 3 37, 110; 4. 122; 
5. 1, 48, 52, 64 ; 7. 152 ; 11. 498. ' Col- 
lections ' of, 2. 96, 128 n. ' Proceed- 
ings ' of, cited, 16. 378 n. 

Connecticut Missionary Society, Address 
of, 1. 146. 

Connecticut River, 3-9; 8. 475; 10. 328. 

Connecticut Valley, 5. 43. 

Conner, Capt., 4. 79; 8. 326. 

Conner, John, sentenced by a court-mar- 
tial, 16. 344. 

Connonicus, 10. 328. 

Connor, Mrs., a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 266. 

Connor, Sergeant, 15. 140. 

Connor, Dr'. Bernard, 6. 19. 

Connor, John, 15. 145. 

Conolly, , innkeeper, ig. 403, 418. 

Conrad, Charles M., 13. 259. 

' Considerations on the Measures carry- 
ing on with the British Colonies/ 1. 12. 

' Considerations on the Virginia Act for 
Religious Freedom/ 1. 19. 

' Consolatory Thoughts on American In- 
dependence/ 1. 10. 

Constable, Mr , 7. 333. 

Constable, Archibald, 4. 402. 

Constable, William, 11. 229, 230. 

Constables, duties of, 9. 35. 



Constant, Benjamin, 10. 270. 

Constantine, the Great, 11. 426, 461; 16. 
138; 20.260, 375. 

Constantine, arch of, 17. 453. 

Constantinople, 6. 18. 

Constitution, frigate, 1. 322. 

Constitution of the Society, see Act of 
Incorporation, By-Laws, and Massa- 
chusetts Historical Society. 

Constitution of the States in the United 
States of America, see names of the 
States. 

Constitution of the United States of 
America, see United States of America. 

Constitutional Society, 4. 24 ; ig. 220 n. 

Constitutions, American, censured by Tur- 
got, 5. 90. 

' Contemporary Review ' cited, 18. 137 n. 

Continental Army, 3. 234, 236. Uniform 
of, 4. 149-151. Committee of confer- 
ence to improve, 6. 184. Concerning 
negro enlistments, 6. 184-187, 201, 215, 
220-223. Need of increasing the ranks, 

6. 204, 214. Statistics concerning, 6. 
211-213. Condition of, in 1775, 7. 188. 
Unpopular regulations and slow enlist- 
ments, 7. 216. 

Continental Association adopted, 1774, 6. 

104-106. 
Continental banner on Beaurain's map, 

7. 477. 

Continental Congress, 2. 174, 174 n. ; 3. 
179, 180; 4. 57, 60, 68-73; 6. 110-112, 
135, 151, 261; 15. 114, 120, 141; ig. 
257. Journals and Proceedings of, 1. 
9, 21, 50, 60, 79, 145, 271. Declaration 
by, 1. 37. Matters relating to slavery 
and negro enlistments, 6. 98, 104-106, 
182, 202. Articles of the Association 
adopted in 1774, 6. 104-106. Articles 
of the Confederation passed in 1778, 6. 
110, 151, 160. Rations allowed by, 15. 
139. Resolutions of, in regard to the 
manufacture of salt, 15. 223. 

Continental currency, 4. 132 ; 5. 351. 

Continental finance, 5. 12-15. 

' Continental Journal/ 1. 13. 

Contra Remonstrants, 16. 458. 

Contrayerva, a medicine, 5. 397. 

Convent at Charlestown, burning of, 5. 41. 

Convention, see name of State holding 
the same. 

Convention of Congregational Ministers, 
a list of preachers before them to be 
prepared, 1. 213. 

Con vers, , M.D., Woburn, 8. 234. 

Convers, Lydia, 8. 234. 

Converse, , 17. 337. 

Converse, James, 11. 315. 

Converse, Joshua P., donation from, 10. 
320. 

Conveyancing, 5. 503. 

Conway, Capt., 5. 358. 

Conwaj^, Edward, letter from, to the Lord 
President of York, 20. 339. 



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Conway, Sir Edward Seymour, Viscount, 

12. 246. 
Conway, Moncure Daniel, 16. 443. 
Conway, Gen. Henry Seymour, 12. 418; 

16. 46. And Gov. Hutchinson, 5. 363. 
Yeas and nays on his motion for Peace 
with America, 9. 218. 

Conway, Gen. Thomas, 10. 278. 
Conway, William, actor, 3. 125. 
Conway, Mass., 12. 405, 408, 418. Dona- 
tion from, 10. 206. 
Conway, N. H., 17. 415. 
Cony, John, Sen., 12. 107. 
Conybeare, Rev. William J., 12. 174. 
Conyers, Sackville George Lane-Fox, 12th 

Baron, 12. 417. 

Cook, , 8. 399. 

Cook, Capt., 18. 17. 

Cook, Charles Edward, 13. 370. 

Cook, Charles Wells, donation from, 13. 

370. 
Cook, Elisha, Sen., 4. 247. See also 

Cooke, Elisha. 
Cook (Cooke), Francis, passenger in the 

< Mayflower/ 2. 560 ; 13. 389. 
Cook, Henry, donation from, 11. 499. 
Cook, Capt. James, 1. 112, 168; 11. 351, 

352; 13. 354. Paper relating to his 

voyages, 2. 356. Discovery of Nootka 

Sound, 7. 442. 
Cook, John, marriage of, 14. 150. 
Cook, Lieut. John, 15. 77. 
Cook, Joseph, 17. 157, 159. 
Cook, Mary, 20. 267. 
Cook, Capt. Phineas, 15. 80. 
Cook, Robert, a refugee from Boston in 

1776, 18. 266. 
Cook, Solomon, 16. 81. Certificate of, as 

to Jolley Allen's goods, 16. 95. 

Cooke, , 18. 17. 

Cooke, , name assumed by Col. Goffe, 

3. 60. See Goffe, William. 
Cooke, Aaron, 20. 325. 
Cooke, Elisha, b. 1703, 13. 412. 
Cooke, Elisha, died young, 13. 412. 
Cooke, Elisha, died young, 13. 412. 
Cooke, Elisha, M.D., H.C. 1657, d. 1715, 

6. 31 ; 8. 12, 21, 26 ; 12. 107 ; 13. 412 n. ; 

17. 52, 53 ; 20. 321, 321 n., 325. 
Cooke, Hon. Elisha, H C. 1697, d. 1737, 

son of the preceding, 4. 256 ; 6. 31 ; 8. 29 ; 

n.396; 13.412; 20. 321/1. 
Cooke, Elizabeth, 13. 412. 
Cooke, Capt. George, Commissioner of 

Massachusetts, 5. 401 n. ; 6. 58, 63, 66 n. 
Cooke, Jane, 13. 412. 
Cooke, Sir Jo., Sec, 10. 378. 380. 
Cooke, Joseph, H.C. 1660, 8. 13, 22, 26. 
Cooke, Joseph, H.C. 1661, 8. 13, 21, 26. 
Cooke, Mary, 13. 412, 414. 
Cooke, Middlecott, 13. 412 n., 414. 
Cooke, Nicholas, Governor ofR. I., 6. 201. 

Letter to, from Gen. Greene, 3. 99. 

Correspondence with Gen. Washington, 

6. 201, 204, 205. 



Cooke, Nicholas, Jr., 14. 110. 

Cooke, Sarah, 33. 412, 414, 417. 

Cooke, William D., A.M., his ' Revolu- 
tionary History of North Carolina ' 
cited, 12. 158 n. 

Cooke's Court, significance of name, 6. 31. 

Cookson, , a refugee from Boston in 

1776, 18. 266. 

Cooledge, Joseph, 12. 61. 

Cooledge, Joseph, Jr., 12. 63. See Coo- 
lidge. 

Cooley, Daniel, 3. 297. 

Cooley, James, donation from, 2. 373. 

Cooley, John, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 266. 

Coolidge, , 17. 338. 

Coolidge, Mr., 7. 217. 

Coolidge, Mr., 15. 336, 347. 

Coolidge, Mrs., 7. 217. 

Coolidge, Austin J., donations from, 4. 
309 ; 10. 40. 

Coolidge, Cornelius, & Co., 11. 308. 

Coolidge, John, 2. 209. 

Coolidge, John T., 19. 357. 

Coolidge, Joseph, 2. 209. 

Coolidge, Joseph, d. 1820, 2. 209 ; 12. 61. 
Donations from, 1. 103, 137. 

Coolidge, Joseph, d. 1840, 1. 192 n., 
222, 226, 230, 235, 237, 243, 244, 262, 
339, 348, 350, 374, 398, 448, 450, 451, 
454 n., 456, 460, 464, 504 ; 2. 12 ; 12. 63 ; 

20. 8, 108. His death, 1. xlii ; 2. 182 n., 
193, 210. Nominated a Resident Mem- 
ber, 1. 220. Elected, 1. 221. Of com- 
mittee to collect and count votes, 1. 
230, 452. Of committee to examine the 
Treasurer's accounts, 1. 244, 341, 349, 
409. Of committee on new rooms, 1. 
399, 456 n. Of committee on exchange 
of duplicate books, 1. 452. Of commit- 
tee to execute indenture with Provi- 
dent Institution for Savings, 1. 460, 
461 n. Contributes to purchase the 
Society's building, 1. 465 n. Present 
at meetings of the Society, 2. 12, 14, 

21, 25. Donations from, 2. 23. Me- 
moir of, 2. 209, 210. Positions held by 
him, 2. 209, 210. Marriage of, 2. 210. 

Coolidge, Joseph, H.C. 1817, d. 1879, 2. 
210; 17. 313, 366. The desk on which 
was written the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence presented to, 2. 210, 210 n. ; 
3 151. His death, 2. 210 n. Donation 
from, 11. 228,499. 

Coolidge, Mrs. Joseph, donation from, 
13. 43. Thanks ordered to, 13. 43. 

Coolidge, Marguerite (Olivier), 2. 209. 

Coolidge, Samuel, 17. 337. 

Coolidge, Rev. Samuel, his sermon at 
Castle William, 1. 55. 

Coolidge, William, donation from, 1. 54, 
55, 84, 131, 154, 156. 

Coombs, Edward S., donation from, 10. 
40; 11. 499. 

Coomes, Abigail {Mrs. Avery), 14. 151. 



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Cooper, Col, 19. 72. 

Cooper, Anthony, see Shaftesbury, Earl 

°f- 
Cooper, Sir Grey, 19. 217. 
Cooper, James, cleric of Trinity Church, 

12. 24. Furnishes a room for the 
meetings of the Monthly Anthology 
Club, 2. 388 n. ; 17. 403. 

Cooper, James Fenimore, 11. 233, 356; 
16. 405; 17. 234. Medal struck off in 
honor of, 2. 308. Extract from his 
' Naval History/ 3. 215, 216. 

Cooper, James S., donation from, 2 415. 

Cooper, John, donation from, 1. 67. 

Cooper, John, marriage of, 14. 150. 

Cooper, Rev. Myles, D.I)., 8. 398; 15. 
231. 

Cooper, Peter, 18. 246. 

Cooper, Samuel, 17. 365; 18. 443. 

Cooper, Judge Samuel, 17. 217. 

Cooper, Rev. Samuel, D.D., d. 1783, 1. 5, 7, 
31, 382; 4. 31, 44; 5. 246 ; 7. 116, 117, 
240 ; 8. 322, 365, 386, 398 ; 12. 323 ; 15. 
328, 340-343, 346, 348, 349, 353, 354, 356, 
358-362; 16. 43, 44, 177; 17. 166; 19. 
157. Portrait of, presented to the Soci- 
ety, 2. 52. Sermons of, donated to the 
Society, 2. 54, 54 n. Letter to, from 
the Rev. George Whitefield, 2. 415. 
Letter from, to B: Franklin, 7. 124. Ex- 
tract from a letter of, 14. 279. Letter 
of Gov. Pownall to, 16. 178, 179. Ser- 
mons by, 1. 9, 13, 79. His General 
Election Sermon, 2. 294 n. 

Cooper, Mrs. Sarah, 14. 150. 

Cooper, William, 1. 218. 

Cooper, Reo. William, d. 1743, 1. 12. 
Smibert's portrait of, engraved by Pel- 
ham, 9. 199 ; 12. 320. A portrait of, 
presented to the Society, 17. 328. 

Cooper, Sir William, 13. 109. 

Cooper, William, d. 1809, town clerk of 
Boston, 12. 9, 12, 187; 8. 330; 11. 110; 

13. 110, 159, 194, 416 n.; 20. 10. 
Cooper, William Durrant, F.S.A., 4. 

149, 287. Donates letters from Rev. 
John Allin, 3. 155. Elected a Corre- 
sponding Member, 3. 203. Accepts 
membership, 3. 220. Donations from, 
3. 251 ; 4. 146, 197 ; 5. 57, 87, 193 ; 6. 
78, 331 ; 7. 168. Gift from, 4. 146. Let- 
ter from, 6. 22. His death, 18. xx. 

Cooper Street, Endicott Hall, 6. 33. 

Cooper Union for the advancement of 
Science and Art, donation from tbe 
trustees of, g. 347. 

Copan, ruins of, 2. 14. 

Copeland, John, 18. 394. 

Copeland, Jonathan, Jr., 13. 372. 

Copeland, Jonathan, 3d, 13. 372, 375. 

Copeley, , 17. 200. 

Copely, John, 11. 140. 

Copenhagen, 2. 20. 

Copley, Elizabeth Clarke (Mrs. Gardiner 
Greene), 12. 326, 327 ; 13. 66w. 



Copley, John Singleton, Lord Lynd- 

hurst, see Lyndhurst. 
Copley, John Singleton, R.A., 9. 205, 209 ; 

11. 241, 390, 391, 393; 12. 230; 13. 44, 
211, 268; 14. 32, 36, 94, 160, 308, 309; 

16. 37, 38, 100, 385-387, 391, 393, 475; 

17. 233 ; 19. 102, 215, 216, 219,222; 20. 

12. 12 n., 13, 14, 394. Portrait of Gov. 
Hutchinson by, 1. 417. His portrait of 
James Allen, presented to the Society, 
2. 65. His portrait of John Rogers, 
the martyr, 2. 585, 612-614. Portraits 
painted by, 6. 36. Discussion as to 
whether he ever painted miniatures, 
11. 5. Proof that he did, 11. 390. Me- 
moir of, by A. T. Perkins, 12. 319-329 ; 

13. 23. Birth and parentage, 12. 319. 
Bovhood, 12. 320. Paintings by him, 
i2."321-327. His picture of ' The Boy 
with the Squirrel/ 12. 325. Goes to 
England, 12. 325. Elected a member 
of the Royal Academy, 12. 326. Death 
of, 12. 328. ' Life and Works of/ cited, 
1.417. 

Copley, Mrs. John Singleton (Clarke), 

14. 309; 17.233. 

Copley, Sir Joseph William, Bart., 12. 
319. 

Copley, Miss Mary, 12. 326, 327. Her 
reminiscences of her father, 12. 328. 

Copley, Mrs. Mary Singleton [Mrs. Pel- 
ham), 12. 319. 

Copley, Richard, 12. 319, 320. 

Copley, Mrs. Susan (Clarke), 12. 323, 325. 

Copp, David, 20. 211. 

Copp, John, sentenced by a court-mar- 
tial, 16. 344. 

Copp, William, 12. 365. 

Coppee, Professor of the University of 
Pennsylvania, 4. 102. 

Copper coinage, American, 1793-1807, 
presented, 4. 310. 

Copperopolis, Cal., 17. 461. 

'Coppers/ as a currency, 11. 16, 22, 27. 

Coppinger, John, 20. 8. 

Copp's Hill, Boston, 6. 27 ; 16. 156. Bat- 
tery on, 7. 190. Man hanged on, 7. 200. 

Copp's Hill Burying-ground, 6. 29; 17. 
234; 18. 345, 346, 349. Names of per- 
sons buried in, 20. 211. 

Copying, expenses of, 5. 22. 

Copyright of * Life of John Quincy 
Adams/ see Adams, J: Q. 

Coram, Capt. Thomas, 12. 425. 

Corbet, , 3. 318. 

Corbet, Abraham, 14. 375. 

Corbet, Clement, LL.D., 14. 386. 

Corbin, Griffin, 3. 260. 

Corbin, Hon. Richard, 4. 138. 

Corbin vs. Healey, case of, 14. 165. 

Corbitant, an Indian, 20. 70. 

Corbitt, Miles, his signature to the Nar* 
ragansett Patent, 5. 40. 

Corcelle, M. de, 20. 101. 

Corcelle, Madame de, 20. 101. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Corcoran, W. W., 12. 230. 

Corcoran Gallery, Washington, 20 264. 

Cordes, Major, 15. 94. 

Cordis, Joseph, Charlestown, 12. 64. 

Cordis, Thomas (Bellows, Cordis, 3r Jones), 

11. 308. 
Cordova, Don Louis, 4. 380. 
Coreggio, Antonio Allegri, 3. 379. 
Corey, Deloraine P., donations from, 5. 

202 ; 6. 20 ; 7. 139, 168 ; 8. 254 ; 9. 177 ; 

10. 331; H.499. 
Corey, Elizabeth, 20. 313. 
Corey, Lieut. Ephraim, 6. 178. 
Corey, Giles, 16. 146; 20. 293, 297, 313, 

315, 316. At a meeting of witches, 5. 33. 
Corey, Mrs. Giles, 20. 293, 315, 316. 
Coriat, Thomas, see Coryat. 
Cork, Ireland, 3. 78. Provisions sent to, 

for the starving Irish, 7. 414. 
Corlet (Corlitt), Ammi-Ruhamah, II. C. 

1670, 3. 318 ; 6. 340 ; 8 14, 22, 27 ; 10. 

138; 14. 223 w. 
Corlet, Elijah, 13. 235. His grant of five 

hundred acres, 10. 138, 139. 

Corle,y, , 3. 297, 298. 

Corliss, Lieut. A. W., donation from, 11. 

44. 
Corliss, George H., 17. 283. 
Corlitt, see Corlet. 
Corn Field, Boston, 3. 136, 137. 
Cornbury, Edward Hyde, Lord, 1. 18. 
Cornelisson, Peter, see Bockenbergius. 
Cornelius, Indian, ig. 407. 
Cornell, Lieut.- CoL Ezekiel, 15. 160; 17. 

164. 
Cornell University, 18. 26. Remarks on, 

by J. C. Gray, 11. 85-92. 
Cornhill, Boston, 3. 136, 137 ; 5. 257. 
Cornhill, London, 3. 139. 
' Cornhill Monthly and Literary Re- 
corder/ donation from the publishers 

of, 10. 320. 
Cornish, Henry, 18. 257. 
Cornu, Se'bastian Melchior, 19. 53, 54. 
Cornwall (Eng.) association of ministers, 

17. 262 n. 'Records of, 17. 254-262. 
List of members of, 17. 255, 261. Con- 
stitution of, 17. 257-261. 

Cornwallis, Charles, 1st Marquis, 6. 225 ; 
7. 289 n.; 8. 398; 10. 349; 11. 301, 488, 
489; 14. 237, 331, 336-338; 17. 232, 293; 

18. 70, 71, 73, 74; 19. 67, 69, 70, 73, 
243, 286; 20. 91. Defeated by Gen. 
Washington, 3. 334. Exchanged, 5. 
343. Proclamation regarding negro 
enlistments, 6. 220, 221. Correspond- 
ence of, cited, 19. 69 n. 

Cornwallis, Charles Cornwallis, 3of Baron, 
13. 106. 

Corporation, a, may be dissolved, 4. 166. 

Corresponding Members of the Society, 1. 
xiv, xxvii, 4, 40, 233 n., 266 n. Original 
Act passed specifying the number of, 
1. xiv, xlvr?., 62-64; 2. 115 n., 116 n., 
513, 514. Act amending the Charter, 



and increasing the number of. 1. xiv n.; 
2. 116 n., 513"; 3. 157, 158. Lists of 
those elected under the original Act, 1. 
xlv-xlix ; 3. x, xi; 4. x, xi ; 5. x, xi ; 6. 
x, xi ; 7. x, xi ; 8. xiv ; 9. xiv ; 10. xiv ; 
11. xvi ; 12 xvi ; 13. xvi; 14. xiv; 15. 
xiv ; 16. xiv ; 17. xvi ; 18. xviii ; ig. 
xviii ; 20. xviii. Lists of those elected 
under the Act of 1857, 1. xiv n.; 3. xii ; 
4. xii ; 5. xii ; 6. xii ; 7. xii ; 8. xv ; 9. 
xv ; 10. xv ; 11. xvii ; 12. xvii ; 13. xvii ; 
14. xvi; 15. xv ; 16. xv ; 17. xvi, xvii ; 
18. xix ; 19. xix ; 20. xix. Use of term 
and rules of election, 1. xlvn., 161 n., 
478; 2. 115 n., 116 n., 513, 514; 3. 229- 
241. Nominations of, 1. 29, 32, 38, 40, 
42-44, 55, 59, 69, 77, 78, 85, 86, 94, 
99, 101, 102, 104, 107-110, 119, 121, 
126, 128. 134, 136, 142, 145, 148, 149, 
157, 162, 164, 169, 170, 176, 193, 194, 
196, 198, 206, 207, 220, 222, 224, 226, 
229, 234, 238, 244, 252, 255, 258, 263, 
265, 266, 272, 278, 284, 287, 289, 333, 
334, 338, 340, 343, 346, 370, 375, 376, 
384, 385, 400, 416, 418, 424, 425, 437, 
446-448, 471, 472, 474, 476, 480-482, 
489, 493, 498, 500, 504; 2. 12, 17, 18, 
23-25, 40, 46-48, 55, 56, 59-61, 67, 89, 
99, 106, 110, 112, 113, 116, 123, 124, 
132, 137, 138, 141, 172, 174, 177, 181, 

191, 223, 238, 239, 249, 289, 300, 302, 
304, 325, 340, 386, 416, 424, 437, 447, 

455, 472, 491, 495, 499, 537, 553, 580, 
581, 596, 601. Elections of, 1. 36, 41, 
44, 47, 51, 57, 61, 77, 81, 86, 87, 94, 

101, 102, 104, 106, 107, 109, 110, 117, 
120, 125, 126, 129, 135, 140, 143, 148- 
150, 162, 163, 165, 186, 194, 195, 197, 
199, 213, 221, 224, 227, 228, 231, 234, 
237, 239, 244, 254, 258, 259, 264, 267, 
270, 272, 280, 285, 332, 333, 335, 339, 
342, 346, 347, 371, 377, 385, 388, 407, 
418, 424, 425, 446-448, 451, 474, 477, 
480, 487, 493, 503; 2. 3, 13, 19, 27, 80, 
41, 47, 48, 49, 59, 62, 64, 78, 90, 100, 
110, 112, 113, 115, 119, 124, 129, 135, 
138, 141, 143, 175, 176, 180, 183, 212, 
224, 240, 249, 250, 292, 302, 303, 308, 
328, 342, 412, 417, 425, 442, 450, 455, 

456, 469, 473, 501, 539, 569, 582, 597, 
606; 3. 1, 31, 37, 38, 50, 67, 88, 110, 
114, 128, 152, 203, 220, 237, 264; 4. 
52, 54, 124, 197, 228, 258, 287, 310 ; 5. 
18, 147, 182, 199, 205, 219, 309, 323; 6. 
7, 426, 471 ; 7. 26, 307 ; 8. 8, 172, 212, 
481 ; 9. 1^7, 226, 374 ; 10. 31, 37, 94, 
145, 146, 210, 471, 474, 481; 11. 92, 129, 
145, 345,492; 12. 1, 29, 49, 140, 186, 

192, 213, 333; 13. 68, 104, 121, 240, 264, 
370, 425; 14. 108, 158, 159; 15. 163, 
181 ; 16. 12, 100, 314; 17. 48, 89, 136, 
288 ; 18. 4, 67, 179, 248, 340 ; 19. 67, 

102, 124, 243, 285; 20. 94, 104, 112. 
Membership withdrawn from two, 1. 
106. A Resident Member moving from 



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the State becomes a Corresponding 
Member, i. 248. Notification and di- 
plomas issued to, i. 478 ; 3 241. 
Deaths of, 2. 190, 242 n., 509 n. ; 4. 20 ; 

5. xi ; 6. xii ; 7. xiii ; 8. xvi ; 9. xvi ; 
10. xvi ; 11. xviii; 12. xviii, 1, 72, 182, 
264, 290, 315, 330; 13. xviii, 43, 81, 99, 
122, 312, 426; 14. xvi, 155, 339; 15. 
xvi; 16. xvi; 17. xviii ; 18 xx ; ig. xx, 
4. 64, 195, 278, 285, 325, 359 ; 20. xx, 
95, 172, 353. Memoirs of, 2. 509 n. 
To aid in collecting historical matter, 

6. 8. See also Honorary Members. 
Corresponding Secretary of the Society, 

2.173, 173 n.; 3.268; 7. 351. Repre- 
sentation of the official seal of, 2. 174 n. 
Mode of election of, 2. 484. Duties of, 
2. 514, 515, 517, 518; 3. 239-244; 19. 
186. Reports of, see Belknap, J. ; 
Deane, Charles ; Eliot, J. ; Harris, 
T. M. ; Holmes, A. ; Lowell, C. ; Lunt, 
W: P. ; Bobbins, Chandler ; Willard, 
Joseph ; Winsor, Justin ; Young, A. 

Corressit, 4. 275. 

Correy, Lieut. Ephraim, 15. 79. 

Corsham, Methuen, Barons of, 12. 411. 

Corsini, Prince, 4 201. 

Cortes, Hernando, 4. 277, 279 ; 11. 4; 12. 
33; 16. 384. Portrait of, 1. 446. His 
portrait cleaned, 4. 108. 

Cortona, Pietro, 16. 425. 

Corwin, Erastus B., donations from, 2. 
428, 435, 452, 475, 585. 

Corwin, George, 10. 159. 

Corwin, Capt. George, 20. 295, 296, 296 n., 
297, 320. 

Corwin, J. B., donation from, 2. 362. 

Corwin, Hon. Jonathan, see Curwin. 

Corwin, Hon. Thomas, 13. 259. 

Cory, Giles, see Corey, Giles. 

Cory, Capt. Timothy, 15. 86. 

Corj^at (Coriat), Thomas, 17. 358. His 

1 Crudities ' quoted, 10. 431 ; 11. 132 n. ; 
15. 244. 

Coscepohont, Pequot Indian, 16. 402. 

Cosmo II. de' Medici, 10. 165. 

Costa, de Macedo. Joaquim Jose Da, 
2. 100 ; 13 266. Letters from, 2. 100, 
101, 110, 111, 144. Nominated a Cor- 
responding Member, 2. 124. The ballot 
on the nomination postponed, 2. 128, 
129, 129 n. Elected a Corresponding 
Member, 2. 129. Accepts membership, 

2 139. Donation- from, 2. 144. Dis- 
course delivered by, 2. 144. Death of, 
announced, 13. xviii, 122. 

Costa Rica, colonization of, 3. 76. 
Coster, Johannes Laurentius (Maurice 

Castoreus), claimed by the Dutch as 

the inventor of printing, 11. 134. 
Costume in 1752, 4. 65. 
Cotes, Francis, 14. 161. Portrait of Pow- 

nall, 5. 236. 
Cothren, William, donations from, 2. 584; 

4. 373. 



Cotta, , publisher, 16. 385. 

Cotta, Ursula, 20. 370. 

Cottapaset, mark of, 10. 18. 

Cotten, Rev. John, see Cotton. 

Cotting, Charles U., 19. 357. 

Cotting, John Brown, 19. 156. 

Cotting, Uriah, 11. 308. 

Cotton, Miss Ann W., donation from, 11. 
499. 

Cotton, Edward, 6. 38. 

Cotton, Capt. Isaac, 15. 84, 84 n. 

Cotton, John, 14. 376 n. 

Cotton, John, Deputy Secretary, 11. 395. 

Cotton, Mrs. John, 3. 132, 133. 

Cotton, John, Portsmouth, 16. 264. 

Cotton, John, Quartermaster, 15. 78, 155. 

Cotton, Rev. John, Boston, d. 1652,4- 411 ; 
5. 138, 140; 6. 5; 7. 394; 10. 42, 
159-161,324; 11. 201, 216, 399, 457 n., 
472; 12. 343, 346-348, 371, 378; 13. 
132, 211, 344, 416/?.; 14. 301-304, 
307, 311; 15. 282, 382, 383; 16. 7n.; 
17. 2. 3, 126, 129, 130, 341, 345, 348, 
441 ; 18. 14, 252, 339, 363, 364, 391 ; 20. 
98, 118, 210, 276 n. Copy of a letter 
from Cromwell to, 1. 437. Sermon 
preached by, before the sailing of the 
' Arbella,' 6. 415. Friendship with VV: 
Vassall, 6. 474. Memoirs of, by Cotton 
Mather, 6. 407 n. R. Keayne's MS. 
notes of his sermons, 7 417. And 
George Herbert, by Rev. Robert C. 
Waterston, 9. 457. Probable founder 
k of the Boston Latin School, 12. 388-390. 
Memoranda in the Family Bible of In- 
crease Mather, relative to the laying 
out of land for, 18. 364. Photographs 
of his pulpit presented by Mr. A. B. 
Ellis, 20. 333. His « Bloudy Tenent/ 1. 
11; 3-314; 10. 114; 12. 342, 351, 352. 
' Survey of Church Discipline/ 1. 75. 
'Discourse on Civil Government/ 1. 167. 
Works of, 1. 340. His 'Preface' to 
Norton's 'Answer' to the Questions 
of Appollonius, 3. 288. Extracts from 
his ' Way of Congregational Churches 
cleared/ 11. 457-462. 
Cotton, Rev. John, H.C. 1678, d. 1710, 
8. 23, 27. His College thesis of 1678 
exhibited to the Society, 3. 133. 
Cotton, Rev. John, H.C. 1681, d. 1706, 

8. 28. 
Cotton, Rev John, Newton, H.C. 1710, d. 

1757, his Earthquake sermon, 1. 11. 
Cotton, Rev. John, Plymouth, H.C. 1657, 
d. 1699,3. ] 33; 8. 12, 21, 26; 17. 248. 
His account of the church in Plymouth, 
1. 87. Letter from Roger Williams to, 
3. 311, 313-316. 
Cotton, Hon. Josiah, H.C. 1698, d. 1756, 
1. 370 ; 8. 30; 13. 211. Letter from, 2. 
304, 304 n. His ' Vocabulary of Indian 
Language/ 1. 258; 10. 159; 12. 7. 
Cotton, Rev. Josiah, 13. 211. 
Cotton, Rev. Josiah, Sandowne, 17. 156. 



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Cotton, Mrs. Priscilla, 13. 211. 

Cotton, Rev. Roland, H.C. 1685, d. 1722, 
8. 28 ; 13. 211 ; 20. 230. General Elec- 
tion Sermon of, 2. 294 n. 

Cotton, Rev. Roland, M.D., H.C. 1696, 
d. 1753, 8. 29, 35. 

Cotton, Rev. Seaborn, 8. 12, 20, 25 ; 12. 
390; 14. 124 n. ; 16. 265, 276. Elegy on, 
I. 190. Sermons by, manuscripts, 1. 202. 

Cotton, Solomon, donation from, 1. 103. 

Cotton, Col. Theophilus, 7. 296 ; 14. 293, 
297; 15. 77, 85, 128, 155, 160. The 
officers of his regiment, 15. 77, 77 n. 

Cotton, Rev. Theophilus, 13. 211. 

Cotton, Rev. Ward, 16. 7 ; 17. 156. 

Cotton, William, 3. 338. 

Cotton, William, 14. 376 n., 378 n. ; 16. 264. 

Cotton, manufactures of, introduced into 
the country, 3. 71, 72; 5. 262-271. 
Growth of the trade in, 3. 221-228. 

Cotton Family, MS. genealogy of, pre- 
sented, 13. 44. 

Cotton House, Boston, 1. 488. 

Cotton Manuscripts, 13. 64. 

Couch, made for Lafayette, presented to 
the Society, 4. 146. 

Coues, Samuel E., 2. 255 n. Advocates 
an insane hospital, 7. 37. 

Couillard, Capt., 7. 412. 

Coulson, Capt., 15. 338, 346. 

Coult, J , 3. 228. 

Council Bluffs, Iowa, 17 461. 

' Council established at Plymouth in the 
County of Devon, Eng., for the plant- 
ing, ruling, etc., of New England in 
America,' 3. 183 ; 9. 20, 23-25, 33 ; 10. 
95; 11. 173 n., 174, 176, 194, 196; 14 
376 n., 382 ; 15. 64 n. ; 16. 195, 196, 198, 
199, 204 ; 18. 92 ; 20. 63, 102. Proceed- 
ings of the President and Council, 1. 
123. 'Remarks on the Plan of Bruns- 
wick/ 1. 19. ' Defence of the Remarks,' 
1. 19, 79. ' Answer to the Remarks/ 1. 
55. Map of the Kennebeck claims, 1. 

76. ' Briefe Relation of/ to be printed 
in the Collections, 1. 279. Patent from 
the Council of, to John Beauchampe 
and Thomas Leverett, 2 542-545, 543 n., 
545 n., 546 n. Charter of, 1620, 9. 20. 
Charter granted by, to John Pierce and 
associates, 9. 23. Patent to William 
Bradford and associates, 9. 24. Com- 
munication concerning the seal of, by 
Mr. Deane, 9 469. Copy of seal, 9. 
471. MS. Declaration of, in the Libra- 
ry, 10. 161. MS. Journal of, cited, 9. 
24. < Records of/ cited, 14. 360-362 n., 
366, 367. The 'Briefe Relation of/ 
cited, 18. 111. 

Council of Nice, 11. 437. 

Council of the Society, 13. 140, 142, 149, 
270, 279, 305, 346, 370, 378 n., 380 n., 
395, 425, 449; 14. 53, 108, 170, 171, 181, 
388, 205, 215, 317, 327; 15 5; 17. 76, 

77, 160, 314, 327 ; 18. 352, 404, 422, 



436; 19. 124, 125, 285, 386, 390, 444. 
Steps to be taken to recover the Brad- 
ford Manuscript, 3. 22. To represent 
the Society as delegates at the centen- 
nial of the battle at Concord, 13. 450. 
Annual reports of, 14. 25, 26, 317-320 ; 
15. 265; 16. 161-165; 17. 66-68; 18. 
25-27,405-407; 19. 285-288; 20. 189- 
191. Votes of, on the deaths of Mr. 
Upham and Judge Parker, 14. 108. 
Vote on the death of Judge Metcalf, 

14. 181. Vote on the death of Gov. 
Clifford, 14 187. Vote on the death of 
Mr. Sears, 14. 201. To have power 
to lend portraits to the Philadelphia 
Centennial Exhibition, 14. 205. To 
make arrangement for a share in 
the city's celebration of Evacuation 
Day, 14. 205. To arrange a special 
celebration of the evacuation, 14. 205. 
Vote of, to establish a sinking fund, 14. 
319. Adopted by the Society, 14. 327. 
Resolutions offered by, in regard to the 
Massachusetts Historical Trust-fund, 

15. 278. Committee appointed to nomi- 
nate a member for, 15. 305. Annual 
elections of, for the years beginning 
April, 1878, 16. 173; 1879, 17. 76; 
1880, 18. 36; 1881, 18. 415, 416; 1882, 
19. 297 ; 1883, 20. 199. Vote of, re- 
specting the specimens of Natural His- 
tory in the Cabinet, 16. 256. Authorized 
to appropriate money for a calendar 
of the Lee papers, 17. 48. Resolutions 
offered by, 17. 90. The subject of a 
proposed pension to the Misses Bates 
referred to, 17. 172. Authorized to 
send to Congress a memorial in aid of 
the proposed monument at Yorktown, 
17. 232. Reports the same to the Soci- 
ety, 17. 293, 294. Resolutions offered 
by, relative to the resignation of Mr. 
Dexter, 18. 240, 241. Recommends a 
change in the time of the Annual Meet- 
ing, 1881, 18. 352. Rules of the By- 
Laws with regard to, 19. 191, 192. 
Order adopted by, for the preparation 
of an historical sketch of the Society, 
19. 265 n. Recommend the omission 
of the meetings for July and August, 
1882, 19. 333. Authorizes a copy of 
Gen. Winslow's portrait to be made for 
the Society, 20. 1. For previous action 
of this committee, see Standing Com- 
mittee. For members of this commit- 
tee, see names marked with a star under 
Standing Committee. 

* Council Records ' cited, 20. 286 n., 287 n. y 

288 n., 290 n., 291 n., 315. 
Counterfeit notes of 1777 and 1778, 11. 

104. 
Counterfeiting, methods of detecting, 7. 

296, 297. . 
'Courant,' London, 11. 7, 9. 
Courier, ship, 6. 436. 



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'Courier and General Advertiser,' i. 98. 
' Courier de Boston/ i. 68. 
•Courier de V Europe/ i. 137. 
'Courier des Etats-Unis,' donation from 

the publisher of, io. 134. 
Court de Gebelin, Antoine, i. 201. 
' Court Martial, Proceedings of a/ i. 9. 
' Court Miscellany and Gentleman and 

Lady's Magazine/ 19. 244. 
Court of Common Pleas of Worcester 

County, see Worcester County. 
Court of General Sessions held at New 

Gloucester, see New Gloucester. 
Court of Jurisdiction of New Plymouth, 

see New Plymouth. 
Court of Vice-Admiralty, see Vice- Ad- 
miralty. 
Court Street, Boston, Mass., 3. 309; 6. 

28 ; 7. 272 n. 
Courtenay, Hon. William A., 19. 248. 
Courtnev, Thomas, a refugee from Bos- 
ton in v 1776, 18. 266. 
Courts, English, list of, 20. 398. 
Cousin, Victor, 17. 310; 18. 176. Mr. 

Everett introduced to, 8. 273. 
Coussinoe, former name of Augusta, Me., 

3-34. 
Couthouy, Joseph P., donation from, 2. 86. 
Cove Gap, Pemi., 17. 200. 
Covent Garden, lease of, 2. 321. 
Coventry, Henry, letter to, from Gov. 

Josiah Winslow, 7. 480, 482-484. 
Coventry, Sir Thomas, 11. 173 w.; 13.343. 
Coventry, W., report by, 10. 388. 
Coventry, Conn., 10. 215; 18. 270. 
Coventry, R. L, Baptist Church of, 8. 221. 
Coverdale, Myles, 18. 263. 
Coverdale's Bible, 10. 425, 443, 455. 
Cowdin, Elliot C, donations from, 9 66 ; 

10. 206. 
Cowdin, Joseph, donation from, 1. 41. 
Cowdin, Mary (Mrs. Giles), 17. 28. 
Cowdry, Richard, his ' Curiosities, etc., 

at Wilton House/ 1. 55. 
Cowell, Benjamin, his ' Spirit of '76 ' 

quoted, 7. 289. 
Cowell, Sir J., 16. 12. 
Cowie, John, aged 108 years, 8. 436. 
Cowles, Gapt. John, 15. 85. 
Cowley, Charles, donation from, 6. 331. 
Cowper, William, 6. 18; 13. 436; 14. 48, 

298 ; 16. 120 ; 20. 155. 
Cox, Edward, 11. 393, 395. 
Cox, H., donation from, 6. 333. 
Cox, Henry Hamilton, 19. 121 n. 
Cox, James, 19. 237, 239. 
Cox, John, marriage of, 14. 151. 
Cox, Lemuel, 11. 140; 17. 215, 215 n. 
Cox, Moses, 16. 265. 
Cox & Berry, Messrs. , polishers, 7. 271 n., 

276 n. 
Coxe, Brinton, donation from, 10. 369. 
Coxe, Dr. Daniel, 11. 202,203; 14. 341. 
Letter of, 1. 200. Commission of 
Joseph Dudley signed by, 11. 204, 205. 



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Coxe, Prof. John R., M.D., 13. 75; 17. 
398. Presents a copy of his ' Observa- 
tions on Vaccination/ 1. 177. 

Coxe, Tench, 11. 254. Letter to, from J: 
Adams, 5. 310-312. 

Coyle, Mr., 19. 53. 

Cozins, Lieut. William, 15. 82, 82 n. 

Crabbe, Rev. George, LL.D., 17. 403. 
Story's favorite poet, 10. 204. 

Cradlebaugh, Hon. John, donation from, 

7.1. 

Cradock, George, 16. 4. 

Cradock, Matthew, cousin of the Governor, 
12. 172 «.; 16. 4. 

Cradock, Gov. Matthew, 4. 155 ; 5. 96, 
134, 136 11. 176, 178, 180, 185 «., 186 n. 
12. 245, 396, 400; 16. 3, 4; 17. 124, 125 ; 
20. 25, 43, 74, 83, 86. And the Massa- 
chusetts Charter, 4. 156-159. His pro- 
position to transfer the government of 
Massachusetts to New England, 11. 179, 
180. Memoranda on the death of, 12. 
171-173 ; 13. 242. 

Cradock, Rebecca, widow of Gov. Matthew, 
12. 172. • 

Cradock, Rev. Samuel, his ' Church His- 
tory/ 18. 429. 

Cradock Family, 4. 112. 

Cradock House, Medford, 20. 24. De- 
scription of, 20. 25-27. 

Craford, , 13. 89. 

Craft, Col., 6. 209. 

Craft, Capt. Abner, 14. 87 ; 15. 80, 111, 
llln. 

Crafts, Mr., Leominster, 7. 208. 

Crafts, Lieut. Benjamin, 15. 78. 

Crafts, Col. Ebenezer, 6. 209 ; 13. 251. 

Crafts, Capt. Edward. 15. 151. 

Crafts, Thomas, Boston, 7. 208, 209 ; 13. 
208 ; 19. 163. 

Crafts, Thomas, Jr., 14. 110 ; 20. 15. 

Crafts, William, Boston, 7. 208. 

Cragin, Francis W., M.D., 14. 15. 

Craig, Capt. James H., 14. 272 ; 16. 71. 

Craig, John, aged 111, 8. 435. 

Craig, Neville B , his 'Olden Time' cited, 
17. 176w. 

Craigie, Mr., 11. 7. 

Craigie, Andrew, Cambridge, 4. 65, 414 ; 
12. 61-64, 66. 

Craigie, Capt. Andrew, 13. 250. 

Craigie, Mrs. Andrew, her house at Cam- 
bridge, 10. 259. 

Craigie, Thomas, Billerica, naturalized, 

4. 360. 

Craigie, Thomas, Quartermaster, 15. 87. 
Craigie House, Cambridge, 4. 414; 12. 

257. Washington's headquarters, 10. 

259; 12.259. 
Craine, or Crane, Mrs. (Jernegham), 

widow of Sir W. Cariey, 5. 498. 
Craine, or Crane, Mrs. Bridget (Jernin), 

5. 498. 

Craine, Henry, 5. 498. 

Craine, Henry, son of Henri/, 5. 498. 



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Craine, or Crane, Robert, father of Henry, 
5. 498. 

Craine, Sir Robert, son of Henry, 5. 498. 

Craine, Robert, son of Sir Robert, 5. 492, 
493, 495, 498. 

Craine, Mrs. Susan (Alington), 5. 498. 

Craine, see also Crane. 

Cramer, Julian, pseudon., 19. 332 n. 

Cramer, William, 19. 221. 

Crampton, Sir Philip, 13. 368. 

Cranch, , 17. 158. 

Craneh, Hon. Richard, 1. 17 n. ; 8. 90; 
11. 140; 13. 200; 16. 280, 303-306. 
Nominated a Resident Member, 1. 22. 
Elected, 1. 24. Declines membership, 
1. 24. Donation from, 1. 99. 

Cranch, Mrs. Richard, 16. 304. 

Cranch, Chief Justice William, LL.D., 8. 
90 ; 17. 19 ; 19, 162, 162 n., 164. 

Crane, Major, 4. 295. 

Crane, Mr'., 7. 228. 

Crane, Henry, son of Robert, 5. 498. See 
also Craine. 

Crane, Jaspar, 13. 233. 

Crane, Col. John, 11. 140 ; 13. 208, 251. 

Crane, Col. John, 17. 164. 

Crane, Mrs. Margaret (Maidstone), pre- 
viously Mrs. Clopton, 5. 494. 

Crane, Margaret, daughter of Robert, aft. 
Mrs. Rogers, 5. 493,' 495, 498. 

Crane, Mrs. Mary (Sparhawke, not Spar- 
house), 5. 493, 494, 498. 

Crane, Robert, son of Sir Robert Craine, 5. 
492, 493, 495, 498. See also Craine. 

Crane, Thomas, 1776, 14. 252. 

Crane, Thomas, Address delivered on, by 
Mr. C. F. Adams, Jr., 20. 190. 

Crane, Commodore W. M., 20. 29. 

Crane, see also Craine. 

Cranfield, Gov. Edward, 14. 123 n. ; 16. 
260; 17.96, 107 w., 224, 353. 

Cranmer, Thomas, Archbishop of Canter- 
bury, 15. 50. 

Cranmer's Bible, 10 443, 455. 

Cranson, Capt. Abner, 15. 76. 

Cranston, Capt., 16. 345, 346, 348, 359, 364. 

Cranston, Samuel, 6. 70 n. 

Cranston, R. I., 8. 196. 

Crantz, David, his ' History of Green- 
land/ 1. 38 His Mission of the Unitas 
Fratrum/ 1. 38. 

Crapo, Henry H., donation from, 2. 334. 

Crapper, Lieut. -Col., president of a court- 
martial, 7. 134. 

Ciary, Col, 17. 191 n. 

Crashaw, Rev. W., 2. 56. 

Craven. William Craven, Earl of, 13. 106. 

Craven, 6. 165. 

Crawford, Mr., 5. 278. 

Crawford, Mr., 19. 222. 

Crawford, Mr., Virginia, 11. 488. 

Crawford, Rev. Andrew J., letter to, 8. 
172, 173. 

Crawford, Thomas, sculptor, 4. 95 ; 18. 
219. His statue of Washington, 3. 336. 



Crawford, Hon. William H.,2 406; 6. 99; 

19. 37, 40-42, 279, 281 n., 323. 
Crawford party, 1820, 5. 275. 
Crayer, Gaspar de, 1. 3o3. 
Creasy, Lieut. Mark, 15. 86. 
Creek Indians, 12. 33. 
Creole, steamer, 7. 71. 

Cresap Town, Md., 17. 199 n. 
Crescent, see Tontine Crescent. 
Cresson, Elliott, 10. 424. 
Cressy, Rev. E. H., D.D., 4. 100. 
Cretan Committee, donations from, 10. 

330, 344, 368, 409. 
Crevecceur, Fanny St. John, 13. 238. 
Crevecoeur, Hector St. John de, 13. 238. 

Letters of, to Gov. Bowdoin, 13. 237- 

240. ' Letters of an American Farmer/ 

1. 29 ; 13. 288. 
Crevecoeur, Lewis St. John, 13. 238. 
Crewe, Nathaniel, Bishop of Durham, 13. 

106. 
Crewe (Crew), Chief Justice Sir Randolf, 

8. 312. 
Crichton, James, 17. 308. 
' Crisis/ the, 1. 21. 
Crisp, Richard, 6. 349. 
Crisp, Samuel, 6. 343. 
Crispas, negro, 6. 173, 174. 
Crittenden, Hon. John J., 13. 259. 

Elected an Honorary Member, 4. 197. 

His death, 7. xiii. Remarks on his 

death, 7. 140-142. 
Crocker, Capt, 7. 231. 
Crocker, Dr., 2. 158. 
Crocker, Miss, 7. 215. 
Crocker, Mr., 7. 235. 
Crocker, Mrs., donation from, 1. 116. 
Crocker, Allen, donations from, 1. 69, 73, 

91. 
Crocker, Mrs. Hannah Mather, 10. 45 n. 

Vote to give the Collections to, 1. 342. 

A set of the Collections commencing 

with the second series, voted to, 2. 70 n. 
Crocker, Lydia, N.S., naturalized, 4. 361. 
Crocker, Paul, N. S., naturalized 4. 361. 
Crocker, Lion. Samuel, 13. 55. 
Crocker, Samuel, letter from, 1. 379 n. 
Crocker, Samuel L., 19. 357. 
Crocker, Samuel Mather, 19. 176. 
Crocker (Uriel) & Brewster (Osmyn), 2. 

227 n. 
Crocker, Uriel H., a Resident Member, 

20. xvii. 

Crocker, Lieut. Zacheus, 15. 84 w., 85. 

Crocket, Joshua, marriage of, 14. 152. 

Crockett, Davy, 11. 107. 

Crocus metallorum, in medicine, 5. 397. 

Croft, 2. 330 n. 

Crofts, see Craft, Abner. 

Crofts, Thomas, 11. 140. 

Croghan, CoL, service rendered by black 

soldiers, 6. 239. 
Croghan, N. Y., 7. 326. 
Croisdale, Mr., 19. 221. 
Croll, Robarde, 15. 262. 



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Cromarty, quarries of, 3. 362. 

Cromlechs, 8. 200. 

Cromwell, Henry, 18. 350, 351, 351 n. 

Cromwell, Mercy {Mrs. Hall), 14. 152. 

Cromwell, Oliver, 4. 143 ; 6. 207, 488, 489 ; 
8. 449; 10. 444; 11. 405 n., 481 ; 12. 398, 
409; 13. 448; 14. 247, 304; 15. 22n. f 
28, 252; 16. 207, 217 n. ; 17. 341, 342, 
365; 18. 249, 323, 349, 360, 438, 442; 
20. 118. Letter of, to Leverett, 1. 123. 
Copy of a letter of, 1. 437. Communi- 
cation of a manuscript concerning, 2. 
376, 377. Instructions from, to Major 
R. Sedgwick, 2. 552. Instructions from, 
to Capt. John Leverett, 2. 552. Soldier's 
Pocket-Bible, 5. 56 ; 10. 454, 455. Yan- 
kee Doodle, 5. 212. Letter from, on 
juries, 5. 314,315. Instructions in re- 
gard to arming slaves, 6. 141. And Sir 
Harry Vane, 8. 224. His encourage- 
ment of emigration to Ireland, g. 218. 
Cast of the face of, exhibited, 13. 450. 

Cromwell, Capt. Philip, 14. 125 n. ; 16. 
265. Death of, 14. 147. 

Cromwell, Samuel, mutineer, 7. 454. His 
execution, 7. 454. 

Cromwell, Capt. Thomas, 10. 326. 

Cromwell's Head Tavern, 8. 462. 

Crooker, Capt. Elijah, 15. 76. 

Crosbey, Joseph, 17. 158. 

Crosby, Joseph, 6. 349. 

Crosby, Sylvester S., 11. 483. 

Crosby, Symon, holds stock belonging to 
Harvard College, 6. 349. 

Crosby, Thomas, 8. 12, 21, 26 ; 17. 344. 

Crosby, William ( Crosby $- Nichols), 6. 12. 

Crosby, Gov. William G., classmate of L. 
V Bell, 7. 32. 

Cross, John, 12. 107. 

Cross Street, 6. 28. 

* Crossed Swords/ verses, 4. 284, 285. 
Heliotype of, 18. frontispiece. 

Crossley & Sons, Messrs., 19. 433. 

Croston, William, 15. 117, 117 n. 

Croswell, Rev. Andrew, 4. 354; 8. 484; 
11. 105. His 'Letter to Rev. Mr. Cum- 
ming,' 1. 12. 

Croswell, Rev. William, D.D., 15. 176. 

Croswell's meeting-house, Boston, 7. 206. 

Crowe, John, 20. 11. 

Crowell, John Y., 13. 273, 275. 

Crowell, Thomas Y., 12. 221, 222; 14. 
324 ; 15. 270, 272. Donations from, 6. 
470 ; 7. 100 ; 8. 280. 

Crowell, William, donation from, 2. 417. 

Crown, John, petitions for Mount Hope, 
7. 483. 

Crown Point, 2. 195 ; 7. 228, 261 ; 10. 49 ; 
17. 287. 

Crowne, Henry, 16. 274. 

Crowninshield, Benjamin, 17. 17w. 

Crowninshield, Hon. Benjamin W., 17. 
356; ig.13. Contributes to purchase 
the Society's building, 1. 465??-. 

Crowninshield, Mrs. Caroline N., 17. 359. 



Crowninshield, Edward A., 17. 359. 

Crowninshield, Edward Augustus, 
A.M., 4 240; 10. 441, 442, 454 ; 17. 352, 
352 n., 355-358, 358 n., 359, 359 n. Elect- 
ed a Resident Member, 4. 140. His 
death, 4. 206 ; 10. 432 ; 17. 356. Sketch 
of, 10. 432, 433. Memoir of, by Mr. 
Deane, 17. 356-359. Birth and parent- 
age, 17. 356. Education, 17. 356. Trav- 
els in Europe, 17. 356. His love of 
books, 17. 357. His Library, 17. 358. 
Marriage, 17. 359. Family, 17. 359. 
Crowninshield, Francis B., donation 
from, 2. 336; 5. 172. 

Crowninshield, Francis W., 17. 359. 

Crowninshield, Frederic, 17. 359. 

Crowninshield, Jacob, 10. 180. 

Crowninshield, Mrs. Mary (Boardman), 
17. 356. 

Crowninshield case, 6. 279. 

Crowninshield family, 6. 292. 

'Crow's-feet/ used formerly in defence 
against the charge of cavalry, 3. 262. 

Croydon, 3. 144 n. 

Cruden, J., letters from, to Lord Dun- 
more, 6. 225-228. 

Cruft, Edward, contributes to purchase 
the Society's building, 1. 465 n. 

Cruise, William, his ' Digest of the Law 
of Real Property/ 2. 567. 

Crukshank, Joseph, 17. 205, 205 n. 

Crusca, Delia, see Merry, Robert. 

Cruse, Peter Hoffman, 11. 355. 

Cruse, Thomas, 14. 385. Autograph of, 
14. frontispiece. 

' Cub new licked/ 1. 21. 

Cub Run, 7. 84. 

Cuba, a slave, 4. 66. 

Cuba, 2. 105 n. ; 6. 247. Militia of blacks 
in, 6. 247. And its Government, dona- 
tion of two tracts entitled, 2. 572. 

Cuckow fruit, a medicine, 5. 390. 

Cudworth, Capt., 4. 123. 

Cudworth, Benjamin, 11. 140. 

Cudworth, James, 10. 22. 

Cudworth, Major Nathaniel, 11. 140; 15. 
83, 142, 160. 

Cuffee, a negro, 20. 140. 

Cuitt, Richard, death of, 15. 361. 

Cullen, William, M.D., 5. 388. 

Cullick, John, 8. 13, 22, 27 ; 17. 146. 

Culloden, service of Gen. Braddock be- 
fore, 3. 236. 

Cullum, Gen. George W., a Correspond- 
ing Member, 20. xix. 

Culpepper, Nicholas, 5. 387. 

Culpepper, Lord Thomas, Governor of 
Virginia, 4. 348. 

Cumbe, Robert, 12. 108. 

Cumberland, Henry Frederic, Duke of, 
19. 221. 

Cumberland, Richard, 16. 98. 

Cumberland, William, Duke of, 3 236, 238. 

Cumberland, Md., 3. 230; 17. 199, 199 n. 

Cumberland, 72. /., 12. 401 n. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Cumberland, U. S. frigate, 18. 216. 
' Cumberland Gazette/ 13. 185. 

Cuming, Rev. Henry, D.D., 1. 254 n. 
Cuming, Mary Ann {Mrs. Edes), 12. 180. 
Cumings, Lieut. Thomas, 15. 86. 
Cumins, David, see Cummings. 
Cumming, Rev. Alexander, 1. 12. 
Cumming, John, 4. 26. 

Cummings, Arial J., donation from, 5. 
372. 

Cummings, Caleb, acquitted by a court- 
martial, 16. 361. 

Cummings (Cumins) David, 12 107. 

Cummings, Rev. E. E., 2. 255 n. 

Cummings, John, 19. 357. 

Cummings, Dr. John M., Portland, Me., 
3. 183. Donates ancient coins, 3. 183, 
188. 

Cummings, Rev. Preston, donations from, 
2. 491, 532. 

Cummings, Mrs. Sarah (Wright), 8. 35. 

Cummings, Lieut. Thomas, 15. 79, 79 n. 

Cummington, Mass , 7. 143 ; 16. 190, 192. 

Cummins, A., a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 266. 

Cummins, E., a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 266. 

Cummins, Matthew, 14. 86. 

CunlifiE, Capt. Joseph, 17. 210, 214, 215. 

Cunningham, Col., 4. 97. 

Cunningham, Maj., 11. 140. 

Cunningham,Mmrs.Andrew and Charles, 
2. 86 n., 98 n., 108 n., 259. Money paid 
to, 2. 122, 126 n. 

Cunningham, Ann, 13. 413. 

Cunningham, Mrs. Ann Boucher, 13. 412, 
413. 

Cunningham, Ann Pamela, 4. 87, 95. 

Cunningham, James, 11. 140. 

Cunningham, John, 11. 140. 

Cunningham, Michael, 4. 358. Natural- 
ized, 4. 359. 

Cunningham, Nathaniel, 13. 413 ; 17 93, 
96 ; 20. 6. 

Cunningham, Col. Nathaniel, Jr., 13. 413 ; 
17. 94. Portrait of, by Smibert, 17. 
96. 

Cunningham, Mrs. Nathaniel {Miss 
Boucher), 17. 65. Portrait of, by Smi- 
bert, 17. 96. 

Cunningham, Mrs. Nathaniel {Miss Kil- 
by), portrait of, by Smibert, 17. 96. 

Cunningham, Ruth {Mrs. Otis), 13. 413; 
17. 93. 

Cunningham, Sarah, 13. 413. 

Cunningham, Timothy, 13. 413. 

Cunningham, W., 12. 51. 

Cunningham, William, ix. 140. 

Cunningham, William, British provost- 
martial, 18. 270 n. His cruelty to Capt. 
Hale, 18. 270. 

Cunningham family, portraits of mem- 
bers of, by Blackburn, 16. 388. 

Cuoq, Rev. Jean Andre, 19. 242. 

Cupid, waiter to the mess, 7. 89. 



Curio, Celio Secundo, 15. 244, 248. Let- 
ter to, from Olympia Morata, 15. 248. 

Curiosities neatly arranged, 3. 159. 

Curll, Edmund, 13. 105 ; 16. 426. 

Currency, 'Letter on new tenor bills/ 1. 
19 ; 3. 149. Colonial and Continental, 
n. 103. 

Currier, Capt. John, 15. 80. 

Currier, Martha, 20 315-317. 

Curson, Jonathan, Northampton, 4. 360. 

' Curston/ William, 15. 117 n. 

Curtis, Capt., 7. 233. 

Curtis, Anna, 2. 276. 

Curtis, Mrs. Anna Wroe, 16. 35. 

Curtis, Capt. Benjamin, 16. 16. 

Curtis, Dr. Benjamin, 7. 179; 16. 16. 

Curtis, Benjamin R., gift from, 17. 165. 

Curtis, Hon. Benjamin R., LL.D., 2. 
161 ; 13. 266; 14. 25, 154; 16. 164, 181 ; 
18. 314; 20. 410, 413, 417. Speech in 
refutation of Chief Justice Taney, 6. 
92-95. Elected a Resident Member, 
13. 44. Accepts membership, 13. 49. 
Death of, 13. xviii. His death an- 
nounced, 13. 346. Resolutions of the 
Society, 13. 346. Remarks of Dr. 
Robbins, 13. 347, 348. Reference to, in 
Mr. Winthrop's letter, 13. 351. Auto- 
graph and portrait of, 16. 16. Memoir 
of, by Dr. Robbins, 16. 16-35. Birth 
and parentage, 16. 16 Education, 16. 
16. Traits of character, 16. 17. Com- 
mences the study of the law, 16. 18. 
Admitted to the Suffolk Bar, 16. 18. 
Elected a Fellow of Harvard College, 
16. 18. Appointed on the Supreme 
Bench, 16. 19. Resignation, 16. 19. Let- 
ter to President Fillmore and reply, 16. 
20,21. Other letters, 16. 22-24. Returns 
to Boston, 16. 24. The ' Dred Scott ' 
Case, 16. 26. Counsel for President 
Johnson, 16. 26. His character as a 
lawyer, 16. 27. His politics, 16. 28. 
Religious views, 16. 33. Illness and 
death, 16. 34. Publications, 16. 35. 

Curtis, Charles Pelham, 12 321 ; 16. 18, 
35 ; 19. 283, 339, 357. Donation from, 
13. 263. Thanks voted to, 13. 263. 

Curtis, Dodivah, 14. 140. 

Curtis, Elizabeth {Mrs. Felt), 14. 113. 

Curtis, Hon. George T., A.B., elected 
a Resident Member, 4. 123. Accepts 
membership, 4. 124. Donations from, 
4 379; 6. 82; 7. 1, 100, 209. On W. 
H. Prescott, 4. 190-194. Remarks, 5. 
324. Of committee on exchange of 
prisoners in the Revolution, 5. 324. 
Report of Committee on Exchange of 
Prisoners, 5. 325-346 ; 12. 7. Note to, 
from J. Sparks, 5. 346. Paper on ex- 
change of prisoners, 7. 14. Elected a 
Corresponding Member, 8. 212. Do- 
nation from, 10. 475. Vote of thanks 
to, 10. 481. His 'Life of Daniel Web- 
ster/ 2. 507 n., 529, 531 n. 



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Curtis, George William, LL.D., 19. 
302. Elected a Corresponding Member, 
14. 108. Accepts membership*, 14. 158. 

Curtis, Hall, M.D., 16. 389. 

Curtis, Josiah, donation from, 2. 457. 

Curtis, Dr. Josiah, 7. 82, 83. 

Curtis, Mrs. Lois, 16. 16. 

Curtis, Mrs. Maria M. (Allen), 16. 35. 

Curtis, Martha {Mrs. Clarke), 19. 389. 

Curtis, Nathaniel W., 19. 357. 

Curtis, Obadiah, 2. 276 ; 20. 13. 

Curtis, Capt. Samuel, 15. 82. 

Curtis, Lieut. Thomas, 15. 85. 

Curtis, Thomas B., 17. 427 ; 18. 190. Do- 
nations from, 2. 23. 

Curtis, William, 19. 388, 389. 

Curtis, Capt. William, 15. 85. 

1 Curtis house/ Boston, 20. 27. 

Curule iEdiles, the ivory chairs, 3. 25. 

Curwen, Samuel, 11. 295; 15.396. 'Jour- 
nal of,' 1. 293 n. 

Curwin, George, H.C. 1701, 6. 350. 

Curwin, or Corwin, Hon. Jonathan, 5. 33, 
34 ; 6. 33 ; 12. 363 ; 14. 167 ; 20. 324, 
325. Letter of, relative to the affairs 
of New England in 1660, 2. 416. 

Cusanus, Cardinal Nicholas, 11. 408. 

Cushing, innkeeper, 11. 10, 31. 

Cushing, Col, 15. 135. 

Cushing, Mr., 16. 296, 297 n. 

Cushing, , 17. 177. 

Cushing, Mrs., 1. 492. 

Cushing, Capt. Adam, 18. 377. 

Cushing, Andrew, donation from, 7. 395 ; 
8. 274; 9. 196; 10. 2,206. 

Cushing, Rev. C., North Brookfie'ld, 6. 
431 n. 

Cushing, Hon. Caleb, the elder, 10. 99, 
100 ; 16. 85. 

Cushing, Hon. Caleb, LL.D., d. 1879, 
14. 16; 16. 25; 17. 4-13, 61, 66 ; 18. 54, 
355 ; 19. 3, 426 ; 20. 233, 235. Dona- 
tion from, 2. 173. Elected a Resident 
Member, 4. 197. Accepts, 4. 226. Re- 
port of, 4. 298. Presents a MS. gene- 
alogy of the Cotton family, 13. 44. 
Vote of thanks to, 13. 44. Death of, 
announced, 16. xvi ; 17. 3. Remarks 
on, by the President, 17. 3-5; by Mr. 
George B. Emerson, 17. 6, 7 ; by Mr. 
Charles W. Tuttle, 17. 7-12. Resolu- 
tion of the Society on the death of, 17. 
6. Mr. Tuttle appointed to prepare a 
memoir of, 17. 49. 

Cushing, Rev. Caleb, d. 1752, 8. 29. 

Cushing, Charles, 19. 170, 172. 

Cushing, Capt. Charles, 15. 84. 

Cushing, Rev. Jeremiah, 8. 23, 27. 

Cushing, Capt. Job, 15. 75, 84. 

Cushing, John, 5. 257. 

Cushing, John, justice in 1765, 4. 49; 11. 
140; 18. 369, 370; 20. 139, 141, 325, 
326. 

Cushing, Rev. John, presents a copy of 
his Fourth of July discourse, 1. 112. 



Cushing, John P., 18. 281. 

Cushing, Rev. Jonathan, 17. 152, 156. 

Cushing, Joshua, 6. 279, 279 n. 

Cushing, Lemuel, 15. 76. 

Cushing, Lucy (Mrs. G. Merrill), 2. 661. 

Cushing, Hon. Luther Stearns, 14. 389, 
393. Donation from, 1. 495. His ' Re- 
ports ' cited, 13. 458. 

Cushing, Hon. Nathan, 10. 103 ; 15 184 ; 
19. 253, 253 n. 

Cushing, Major Nathaniel, 17. 177, 177 n. 

Cushing, Miss Peggy, 7. 231. 

Cushing, Robert M., 19. 357. 

Cushing, Samuel T., donations from, 8. 
274, 279. 

Cushing, Thomas (Freeman Sf Cushing), 

11. 308. 

Cushing, Hon. Thomas, IJeut.-Gov. of 
Mass., 1. 271 n. ; 2. 422 ; 4. 388 ; 7. 203, 
246 ; 8. 365, 473, 474 ; 10. 99 ; 11. 140; 

12. 9 ; 13. 157, 183, 190, 192, 224 ; 14. 
80, 279 ; 15. 327, 330, 352, 358, 361 ; 16. 
42-44, 46, 49, 85 ; 20. 211. In favor of 
a single assembly, 5. 90. A delegate 
to the Continental Congress, 7. 203 ; 15. 
356. 

Cushing, Mrs. Thomas, 7. 203, 250. 

Cushing, Thomas C, Salem, 1. xxiii ; 3. 
140 ; 6. 279 n. 

Cushing, William, Chief Justice, 3. 195 ; 
8. 297; 10. 181; 13. 291; 19. 145 n., 
148, 253 n. ; 20. 160, 167. His charge 
presented, 5. 107. Note-book of, ex- 
hibited, 13. 292. Sketch of, 13. 295. 
A member of the State Convention of 
1779-80, 18. 245. 

Cushing & Appleton, publishers, 6. 278, 
279. 

Cushman, Elkanah, a refugee from Bos- 
ton in 1776, 18. 266. 

Cushman, Hon. Henry W., donations 
from, 2. 353 ; 7. 143. 

Cushman, Rev. Robert, 10. 377 n. ; 13. 
389 ; 17. 358, 358 n. Judge Davis's life 
of, 1. 217 n. 

Cushman, Susanna, 13. 389. 

Cushman, Thomas, sentenced by a court- 
martial, 16. 361. 

Custis, Eleanor, 19. 71 n. 

Custis, George Washington Parke, 4. 150; 
17. 240. And Mr. G. Livermore, 10. 450. 
Memorandum by, relating to portraits 
of Gen. Washington and Mrs. Wash- 
ington, 9. 243. His ' Recollections of 
Washington ' cited, 19. 71 n. 

Custis, John Parke, 15. 402 n. Death of, 
19. 70, 71 n. 

Custis, Martha Parke (Mrs. Peter), 15. 
402 n. 

Custis, Nelly, 4. 415. 

Custodi, Baron Pietro, 8. 433. 

Custom-House, see Boston Custom-House. 

Custos (Custis ?), Mr. & Mrs., 8. 411. 

Cutchamakin, 10. 328. 

Cuthbert, Hon. Alfred, 19. 17, 17 n. 



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Cuthbert, Hon. John A., 18. 247. 

Cuthbertson, Mrs. ( Ailerton) Priest, 8. 35. 

Cutler, Deacon, 6. 351. 

Cutler, Mrs., 7. 230. 

Cutler, David. 17. 158. 

Cutler, Lieut -Col. E., 18. 284. 

Cutler, Ebenezer, a refugee from Boston, 
in 1776, 18. 266. 

Cutler, James, donations from, 1. 89, 154, 
168, 178, 191, 202, 219. 

Cutler, Jarvis, 17. 175, 188, 188 n. 

Cutler, John, 12. 324. 

Cutler, Major John, 12. 427. 

Cutler, Jonathan, 17. 158. 

Cutler, Rev. Manasseh, LL.D., 1. 47, 
&2, 106, 172, 500 n. ; 12. 434 ; 13. 82 ; 14. 
114 ; 17. 175, 188 n., 411. Nominated a 
Resident Member, 1. 29. Elected, 1. 
35. Accepts membership, 1. 42. Of 
committee on additions to the circular 
letter, 1. 61. Donation from, 1. 154. 
Resigns membership, 1. 246. His con- 
nection with the Ohio Company, 1. 246. 
Accompanies Dr. Belknap to the White 
Mountains, 3. 295. 

Cutler, Mary Ann, married to W: Apple- 
ton, 6. 436. 

Cutler, Nathaniel, 8. 13, 22, 26. 

Cutler, Peter, 8. 30. 

Cutler, Philip, 4. 353 n. 

Cutler, Pliny ( Whitney, Cutler, Sf Ham- 
mond), 11. 308. 

Cutler, Rev. Robert, 17. 155. 

Cutler, Lieut. Samuel, 15. 80, 80 n. 

Cutler, Rev. Timothy, D.D., 3. 25; 12 
319, 378 ; 15. 170, 171, 175. The first 
rector of Christ Church, Boston, 3. 25. 

Cutt, John, see Cutts. 

Cutt, Mrs. Mary, 14. 140 n. 

Cutt, Richard, see Cuitt. 

Cutt, Pres. Richard, 4. 345; 6. 338, 339; 
14. 122 n., 134 n. 

Cutt, Robert, 14. 140 n. 

Cutt, Samuel, death of, 14. 133. 

Cutt, Sarah, 14. 118. 

Cutt, Mrs. Ursula, killed by Indians, 14. 
128. 

Cutter, Mr., 16. 140. 

Cutter, Abram E., donation from, 10. 
117. 

Cutter, Ammi, M.D., 20. 338. 

Cutter, Charles A., 11. 248; 12. 221. 

Cutter, Joseph, 17. 186, 186 n. 

Cutter, Samuel, 15. 80 n. 

Cutter, William, 15. 98. 

Cutting, Nathaniel, 17. 99. Short account 
of, 12. 60. Extracts from his diary, 
1792, 12. 60-67. Extract from a letter 
of, 12. 328. 

Cutts, Pres. John, 14. 128 w., 133 n., 134 n., 
140 n.; 16. 257-259, 262, 264, 271 n., 
278 ; 17. 107 n., 224. 

Cutts. Lieut Thomas, 15. 82. 82 n. 

Cutty hunk Island, 3. 310, 311. Proposed 
visit to, 10. 402. 



' Cyclopedia,' see * Encyclopaedia Amer- 
icana/ and 'New American Cyelo-. 
paedia.' 

'Cyclopaedia of American Literature/ 
donation of, by Evert A. Duyckinck, 
Esq., 9. 2. 

Cyprian, Thascius, Saint, 1. 449. Cited, 
11. 460. His 'Opera/ 18. 426. 

' Cyrene, Smith & Porcher's Recent Dis- 
coveries at/ 13. 65. 



D. 

Dabney, J. Peel, has permission to use 
the Library, 2. 188. Donation from, 2. 
334, 349. 

Dabney, John, donation from, 1. 50. 

Da Costa de Macedo, J. J., see Costa de 
Macedo. 

Dacre, Lord, 13. 63. 

Daggett, Capt., 14. 290. 

Daggett, John, applies for Weld's 'Ac- 
count of Attleborough/ 1. 458. Dona- 
tions from, 1. 487 ; 2. 424, 451. 

Daggett's Rehoboth, 7. 203. 

Daguerre, Louis-Jacques-Man de, 2. 149. 

Daille (Dallaeus), Jean, his ' De Usu 
Patrum/ 18. 427. 

Daille, Rev. Peter, 4. 354. 

Daily, Jeremiah, 15. 157. 

'Daily Monitor/ 18. 177. 

' Daily Office for the Sick/ 18. 430. 

Daken, Amos, 17. 158. 

Daken, Samuel, 17 158. 

Dakin, Mr., schoolmaster, 5. 255. 

Dakins, , 17. 199. 

Dal, Rev. Nicholas, 17. 149. 

Dale, Eben, 3. 163-173 ; 10. 458 ; 13. 3. 

Dale, Lieut. Richard, U.S.N., 3. 215, 216. 

Dale, Sir Thomas, 17. 297 n. 

Dale, Dr. William J., letter to, from L. V 
Bell, 7. 81-85. And Dr. Bell, 7. 80. 
Donations from, 6 470 ; 11. 499; 12. 40. 

Dall, Mrs. Caroline H, donation from, 7. 
408. 

Dall, Joseph, 13. 372. 

Dall, William H, gives an account to the 
Society of his explorations in Alaska, 
11. 142. Donation from, 11. 499. 

Dallaeus, see Daille, J. 

Dallas, Alexander J., censured by N. 
Appleton, 5. 286. 

Dallas, Hon. George M., 15. 325 ; 18. 192. 
His letter accompanying the donation 
from the British Record Commission, 
3. 204, 205. To receive the thanks of 
the Society, 3. 205. 

Dallaway, Rev. James, 8. 95. 

Dalling, Lieut. William, 15. 77. 

Dalrymple, E. A., Corresponding Secre- 
tary of the Maryland Historical Soci- 
ety, 9. 463. 



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Dalrymple, J., 10. 325. 
Dalrymple, Col. William, lith Royal Regu- 
lars, 3. 308, 309. The British troops 
ordered to the Castle, 6. 482, 483, 485- 
487. 
Dalton, Charles H., 19. 357. Donation 

from, 9. 252. 
Dalton, Capt. James, 11. 140; 20. 123, 

125. 
Dalton, Sir James, 17. 94. 
Dalton, John Call, M.D, 14. 9. 
Dalton, Peter Roe, 11. 140. 
Dalton, Samuel, 16. 257, 261, 265, 266, 

275. 
Dalton, Hon. Tristram, 1. 298, 347 n. ; 3. 

298; 11. 19; 13-225; 16. 475. 
Dalton, William, 2. 267 n. 
Dalton House, Water Street, Boston, 

view of, presented, 9. 252. 
Daly, Hon. Charles P., donation from, 5. 

372 ; 8. 76. 
Dalzel, Andrew, his * Graeca Majora/ 19. 

225. 
Dam, Mrs. Easter, 14 152. 
Dam, Elizabeth, 14. 137. 
Dam, Deacon John, 14. 141 n. ; 16. 265. 

Death of, 14. 125. 
Dam, John, Sen., 16. 265. Death of, 14. 

141. 
Dam, Pomfret, marriage of, 14. 152. 
Dam, Samuel, death of, 14. 142. 
Dam, Mrs. Sarah, 14. 152. 
Dam, William, 14. 152. 
Darnell, Judge, 4. 101. 
Damm, Abigail, 14. 150. 
Damm, Martha, 14. 151. 
Dammon, Lieut. Ebenezer, 15. 81. 
Damon, Margaret (Mrs. Rand), 1. 368. 
Dampier, Capt. William, 12. 425. Vote 
to purchase his collection of voyages, 
1. 118. 
Dampierre, Auguste Henri Picot, Marquis 

de, 18. 72. 
Dampville, Francis Christophe de Levi, 
Due de, medal of, 11. 296. 

Dana, , 8. 383. 

Dana, Mr., 19. 409. 

Dana, Abby Fisher (Mrs. Ames), 19. 59; 

20. 36. 
Dana, Caleb, 20. 139. 
Dana, E. T., a member of the Anthology 
' Club, 2. 388 ra. 
Dana, Rev. Edmund, 2. 477. 
Dana, Miss Elizabeth Ellery, 16. 156, 183. 
Letter from, to Mr. Deane, 16. 181. 
Donation from, 16. 307. 
Dana, Ephraim, 14. 330. 
Dana, Francis, LL.D., d. 1811, 2. 397, 398, 
408 ; 3. 195 ; 4. 287 ; 6. 359 ; 10. 275 ; 
12. 246 ; 19. 147, 148, 150. Remarks at 
the Convention of 1788, 3. 297-299, 302; 
6. 148, 150. His residence, 3. 372. His 
character, 7. 123-125. Letter of John 
Adams concerning, 10. 208. 
Dana, Mrs. Henrietta (Bridge), 19. 60. 



Dana, Lieut. James, 14. 84, 85. 

Dana, Rev. James, D.D., his ' Examina- 
tion of Edwards on Free Will/ 1. 9. 
His funeral sermon on Pres. Stiles, 1. 
98 ; on Prof. Marsh, 1. 167 ; 2. 509 n. 

Dana, Prof. James D., 15. 318. 

Dana, Mrs. Matilda (Webber), 12. 263 n. 

Dana, Mehitable Bo wen (Mrs. Bell), 7. 
30. 

Dana, Mrs. Rebecca (Barrett), 5. 255. 

Dana, Richard, Evq., d. 1772, 11. 140; 
12 246, 247,323; 13. 194; 19. 148, 149. 

Dana, Richard H., LL.D., d. 1879, 12. 
28 ; 14. 47 ; 16. 191 ; 17. 35, 46 ; 20. 257. 

Dana, Hon. Richard H., LL.D., d. 1882, 
8. 99, 454, 456-458; 10. 415 n., 442 n. ; 
n.352; 12. 41; 13. 346; 16. 156; 18. 
62 ; 19. 230, 285, 287. Elected a Resident 
Member, 4. 123. Accepts membership, 
4. 124. Donation from, 4. 309; 7. 115, 
298 ; 8. 76, 79, 280 ; 9. 66. On the death 
of Hon. Jbsiah Quincy, 7. 398-405. 
Remarks on the death of E. Everett, 
8. 152-154. Samuel Rogers's opinion of, 
10. 439. Remarks by, 12. 246. Paper 
communicated by, 12. 247. Pays a trib- 
ute to Judge Bigeiow, 16. 176. Death 
of, 19. xx. His death announced by the 
President, 19. 195, 196. Resolution of 
the Society, 19. 197. Remarks on the 
death of, by Dr. Holmes, 19. 197-199. 
Remarks by Charles F. Adams, Jr., 19. 
199-205. Colonel Lee speaks of, 19. 

205. Tribute to, from W. Everett, 19. 

206, 207. His * Two Years before the 
Mast/ 19. 196, 198, 203, 206, 207. His 
'To Cuba and Back/ 19. 199. His 
eulogy on Mr. Everett, 19. 199. 

Dana, Hon. Samuel, d. 1835, 5. 255, 369 n. ; 
7. 30; 17. 113. 

Dana, Rev. Samuel, 19. 60 ; 20. 36. 

Dana, Dr. Samuel L., donations from, 2. 
16. 

Dana, Capt. William, 17. 178, 178 n., 188 n. 

Dana, Mass., 16. 4. 

Dana Hill, Cambridge, Mass., 3. 96, 372. 

Dana-Hill public schools, 10. 445. 

Danby, Thomas Osborne, Earl of, 16. 270. 

Danckaerts, Jaspar, see Danker's, Jaspar. 

Dandalus, Francis, 11. 415. 

Dandridge, Mrs., 15. 304. 

Dane, Hon. Joseph, 2. 10. 

Dane, Hon. Nathan, LL.D., 4. 346, 346 n.; 
10. 188, 193, 372; 13. 456. His death, 
1. xliii ; 2. 10. Nominated a Resident 
Member, 1. 416. Elected, 1. 418. Do- 
nation from, 1. 487. Question of his 
membership considered, 1. 503 n. Dr. 
Peabody to write a notice of, 1. 503 n. 
Memoir of, 2. 3, 6-10. Important posi- 
tions held by him, 2. 7, 8. Founds the 
Law Professorship at Harvard Univer- 
sity, and contributes to the erection of 
the Dane Law School, 2. 8; 10. 185, 
186. His degree of LL.D., 2. 8. On 



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naturalization, 4. 346, 347. ' A Moral 
and Political Survey of America,' 2. 9. 
His work entitled ' A General Abridg- 
ment and Digest of American Law,' 2. 
9; 10. 184; 13. 453. Letter to Daniel 
Webster, claiming the authorship of 
the Ordinance of 1787, 10. 475-480. 

Dane, Hon. Nathaniel, 20. 312, 314. 

Dane Law School, 1. 275; 2. 8, 565, 566; 
8. 69-72; 10. 186, 192, 193; 11. 323; 
14. 177 ; 19. 339. The Library of, to 
receive a copy of the ' Collections ' of 
the Society, 1. 275; 2. 69 n. 

Daneau (Danaeus), Lambert, 11. 431 n. 

Danford, Judge, see Danforth, Samuel. 

Danforth, Capt, 16. 354, 357, 360, 363. 

Danforth, Mr., 16. 300 n. 

Danforth, Lieut. Asa, 15. 82. 

Danfonh, Benjamin, 17. 158. 

Danforth, Lieut. Elijah, 15. 81. 

Danforth, Elizabeth, daughter of Nicholas, 
19 96. 

Danforth, Miss Elizabeth, gift from, 19. ' 
102. 

Danforth, Rev. John, H.C. 1677, d. 1730, 
8. 23, 27 ; 20. 213. 

Danforth, Jonathan, d. 1682, 8. 23, 28. 

Danforth, Capt. Jonathan, 15. 84; 19 95. 
Maps by, 1. 254 n. 

Danforth, Mary (Mrs. Bromfield), 18. 265. 

Danforth, Mary, gift from, 19. 102. 

Danforth, Nicholas, 19. 95, 96. 

Danforth, Samuel, H.C. 1671, 3. 318 ; 8. 
14, 16, 22, 27. 

Danforth, Judge Samuel, H.C. 1715, d. 
1777, 8. 351'; 15. 90, 357; 18. 368-370, 
376; 20. 9. Resigns his seat in the 
Council, 4. 222; 15. 357. Portrait of, 
given, 19. 102. 

Danforth, Samuel, M.D., d. 1827, 1. 422; 
11. 140. His character, 7. 180. His 
death, 7. 180 n. One of the censors of 
the Massachusetts Medical Society, 7. 
183, 184. 

Danforth, Rev. Samuel, H.C. 1643, d. 
1674, 4. 444 ; 8. 11, 16, 20, 25; 10. 44 ; 
17. 142, 144; 18. 265: 19. 95. Let- 
ter from, to Rev. Cotton Mather, 2. 
485. His College Thesis, 4. 444. Let- 
ter of, to Thomas Danforth, 13. 305, 
306. General Election Sermon of, 2. 
293 n. His Almanac for 1649, 10. 325- 
329. 

Danforth, Rev. Samuel, H.C. 1683, d. 
\127, Taunton, 8. 28; 10. 44, 162. 

Danforth, Thomas, 15. 397. A refugee 
from Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 

Danforth, Dep.-Gov. Thomas, d. 1699, 3. 
320; 8. 40; 11. 472; 13. 305; 18. 16; 
19. 94-96; 20. 321, 322, 325. Inden- 
ture of, with John Davis and others, 
1. 201. Manuscript volume of his pa- 
pers presented, 1. 274. His accounts 
when treasurer and steward of Harvard 
College, 5. 157; 6. 338, 339, 344. Of 



committee to act in England for Mas- 
sachusetts, 6. 71 n. Letter of, to Gov. 
Winthrop of Connecticut, 13. 235. 

Danforth, Dr. Thomas, donation from, 
1. 190. 

Danforth family, remarks on, bv Dr. 
Paige, 19. 95, 96. 

D'Angelis, see Angelis, Pedro d\ 

Dangerfield, Thomas, interviews with 
Charles II., 6. 67 n. 

Daniel, Benjamin, killed by Indians, 14. 
146. 

Daniel, Gen. Beverly, 18. 284. 

Daniel, Gabriel, his ' Milice francaise/ 
4. 127, 128. 

Daniel, John, Indian, 14. 145. 

Daniel, Reuben, 8. 45. 

Daniel, Thomas, 16. 257, 262, 264, 266, 272. 

Daniell, Henry, 10. 164. 

Daniels, J. H, 15. 272. 

Daniels, Lieut. Japhet, 15. 77. 

Danielson, Major Nathaniel, 15. 84, 160. 

Danielson, Samuel, donation from, 1. 76. 

Danielson, Col. Timothy, 15. 78, 85, 128, 
160. The officers of his regiment, 15. 
78, 78 n. 

Danielsonville, see West Killingly, Conn. 

Danish Society of Northern Antiquarians, 
see Kongeligt Nordiske Oldskrift Sel- 
skab. 

Dankers, Jaspar, 13. 309. Extracts from 
his Journal, 13. 310, 311. 

Dankers, Joseph, and Sluyter, Peter, ex- 
tract from their ' Journal of a Voyage 
to New York/ 18. 321 n. 

Dante Alighieri, 3. 378, 384 ; 16. 189 ; 18. 
219, 354. Commemoration of the birth- 
day of, 8. 275-279. 

Danvers, Dorothy, 12. 415. 

Danvers, Eleanor (Lady Osborn), see Os- 
born. 

Danvers, Mass., 8. 338, 348 ; 11. 156, 334 ; 
12. 405, 407 ; 16. 6, 336 ; 17. 192 n., 273 ; 
19. 7 ; 20. 148. Donation from, 2. 524. 
Origin of the name of, 12. 415. J. W. 
Hanson's ' History of/ cited, 16. 336. 
' Account of the Centennial Celebra- 
tion in/ cited, 17. 369 n. 

D'Anville, see Anville, Jean B. d\ 

Dapper, Olfert, his ' Description de 
l'Afrique/ 1. 146. 

Darby, J., 11. 299. Donation, 1. 25, 20. 

Darby, William, his ' Geographical De- 
scription of the State of Louisiana/ 
etc., 2. 265, 265 n., 266. 

Dare, Jeanne, 18. 201. 

Darcy, Sir Conyers, Comptroller of the 
Household, 13. 101. 

Dare, Virginia, 18. 80. 

Darling, Goodman, accused of witchcraft, 
5-34. 

Darling, Capt. Cassius, presents the rep- 
resentation of a Chinese Funeral and a 
Japanese Wedding, 3. 126. To receive 
the thanks of the Society, 3. 126. 



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Dartmouth, William Legge, 2c? Earl of, 
3. 147, 282 ; 4 23 ; 5. 361 ; 12. 45, 59 ; 13. 
206; 14. 340-358; 15. 326-329, 331-334; 
16. 72. Letters to, 1. 217. Letter to, 
from Gov. Hutchinson, 4. 215, 216. 
Letters of Gov. Hutchinson to him, 13. 
164-166, 172. Letter from, to Gov. 
Hutchinson, approving his conduct in 
Boston, 13. 175. Letter of Isaac Royall 
to, 13. 17y-182. 
Dartmouth, William Legge, 4th Earl of, 

13. 176. 
Dartmouth, Mass., 7. 186, 208, 212, 215, 
248, 249; 12. 394, 395, 399; 16. 280, 
283 n., 284; 20. 230. Agreement of In- 
dians living at, 1. 122. Celebration of 
the settlement of, 7. 474. Photographs 
of part of the records of, presented, 8. 
280. 
Dartmouth, ship, 12. 180. 
Dartmouth College, 1. 444 ; 2. 204 ; 4 93 ; 
5. 7, 254, 255 ; 10. 294, 410 ; 11. 146 ; 12 
15,20; 14. 113, 115, 173-175; 16. 155; 
17. 24; 18. 2, 172; 19. 174, 262, 350, 
409 n., 436; 20. 48 n., 230, 336, 384. 
Charter of, 1. 19. Seal of, 1. 84. The 
' Collections ' to be given to the Li- 
brary of, 1. 165, 241; 2. 68 n., 69n. 
Donations from, 5. 372 ; 7. 100 ; 8. 253, 
480; 9. 247. Difficulties between Pres- 
ident Wheelock and the trustees of, 6. 
291. 
Dartmouth College Case, document con- 
taining the history of, 6. 291. 
Darwin, Charles, LL.D., extracts from 

letters of, 19. 311, 312. 
Darwin, Erasmus, M.D., 19. 311, 312 n. 

His ' Botanic Garden/ 1. 130. 
Darwin, Robert W., M.D., 19 311. 
Dashwood, Capt. Samuel, 11. 140; 16. 70. 
Dasset, Joseph, 8. 28. 
D'Aubigne, see Merle d'Aubigne, J: H: 
Daugherty, Mrs. Lucinda, 15. 74. 
' Daughters of Liberty/ 15. 390. 
Daussy, M., letter from, 3. 264. 
Daveis, Dr., son of Hon. C. S. Daveis, 3. 

185. 
Davets, Hon. Charles S., 4. 93. Elect- 
ed a Corresponding Member, 3. 31. Ex- 
amines the coins found at Richmond 
Island, 3. 185, 186. His deafh, 8. xvi. 
Notice of his death, 8. 257. 
Davenant, John, 17. 340. 
Davenhill, W., London, 3. 139. 
Davenport, Mrs., 7. 224. 
Davenport, A. B., donation from, 2. 474. 
Davenport, Judge Addington, d. 1736, 8. 
28 ; 12. 368 ; 14. 163, 167, 185 ; 17. 55. 
Davenport, Anthony, 12. 204. 
Davenport, Rev. Christopher, D.D. (Fran- 

ciscus A. Santa Clara), 12. 191. 
Davenport, Ebenezer, 8. 219, 220. 
Davenport, Francis, 12. 204. 
Davenport, Henry, 17. 95, 96. Donation 
from, 2. 176. 



Davenport, Rev. John, d. 1670, 4. 441 ; 10. 
42, 406; 11. 201 ; 12. 191 ; 13. 343 ; 16. 
212 ; 17. 130, 145, 343, 347, 348, 351 ; 20. 
118,210. Memoirs of, by Cotton Mather, 
6. 407 n. His ' Questiones in sacra The- 
ologia/ in manuscript, exhibited, 12.212. 
Davenport, Rev. John, H.C. 1687, d. 1731, 

8.28. 
Davenport, Mrs. Mehitable, 16. 336. 
Davenport, Stephen, 7. 185, 252. 
Davenport, Susan P. (Mrs, Burnham), 

16. 336. 
Davenport, William W , donation from, 

2. 176. 
Davers, Capt. Thomas, letter of Secre- 
tary Burchett to, 12. 255. Letter to 
Mr. Seaford, 12. 256. 
David, Indian, 17. 55. 
David, Jacques Louis, 15. 10 ; 19. 59. 
David, Pierre Jean, 19 57. Letter from, 
presenting a bust of Lafayette to the 
United States Congress, 19. 58. His 
statue of the Prince de Conde, 19 59. 
His bust of Washington, 19. 59. 
Davids, Daniel, 15. 146. 
Davids, Thaddeus (Sf Co.), donation from, 

5- 145. 
Davidson, Gen. William, 18. 71. 
Davie (Davy), Edmund, M.D., 8. 14, 16, 

23, 27. 
Davie, Humph., 20. 162 n. 
Davie, Sir John, Bart., 8. 23, 28. 
Davie, Gov. William R., ' Life of/ 2. 144 n. 

Quoted, 6. 164, 165. 
Davies, James, 18. 82-85, 98 n., 105 n., 

107, 110 w., 115, 116 n. 
Davies, R. B., 6. 39. 
Davies, Richard, 17. 144. (Robert ?), 18. 

105 n. 
Davies, Capt. Robert, 18. 83, 84, 89-91, 

98 n., 105 n., 110, 115, 115 n. 
Davies, Rev. Samuel, his ' State of Re- 
ligion among the Dissenters in Vir- 
ginia/ 1. 7. His sermon on the death of 
George II., 1. 79. 
Davies, Sylvanus, 6. 80. 
Davies, Mrs. Thomas, 19. 217. 

Davis, , 17. 198, 198 n., 199. 

Davis, , 17. 245. 

Davis, , a Tory, 16. 158. 

Davis, , an ale-house keeper, 16 103. 

Davis, Capt., 6. 71 n. 
Davis, Capt, 12. 422. 
Davis, Col, 10. 103. 
Davis, Deacon (1788), 3. 297. 
Davis, Dr., Roxbury, 14. 297. 
Davis, Major, 16. i08. 
Davis, Miss, 19. 222. 
Davis, Mr., 6. 97. 
Davis, Mr., 7. 235. 
Davis, Mrs. (Wendell), 11. 94. 
Davis, Aaron, 11. 140; 20. 7. 
Davis, Barnabas, 20. 124. 
Davis, Benjamin, 7. 261 ; 8. 374 ; 11. 392. 
395. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Davis, C. G., 4. 100. 

Davis, Deacon Caleb, 3. 297 ; 11. 140 ; 13. 
206 ; 16. 375. 

Davis, Charles, ig. 170, 172, 177-179. 

Davis, Adm. Charles H., 13. 258 ; 19. 14; 
20. 354. Donation from, 9. 357. 

Davis, Mrs. Charles H., 19. 14. 

Davis, Charles H. S., M.D., donations 
from, 10. 144, 206, 314. 

Davis, Hon. Daniel, Barnstable, Mr. Mel- 
len's funeral sermon on, 1. 130, 421. 

Davis, Hon. Daniel, Portland, 1. 62, 
109, 121, 135, 158, 160 w., 169, 194, 196, 
235 ; 13. 258 ; 16. 85 ; 19 177-179, 283, 
284. Nominated a Resident Member, 
1. 31. Elected, 1. 36. Accepts mem- 
bership, 1. 40. Donation from, 1. 53. 
Resigns membership, 1. 493. Death of, 

I. 493 n. Notice of, 1. 500 n. 

Davis, David, killed by Indians, 14. 131. 

Davis, E. A., donations from, 4. 379. 

Davis, Ebenezer, 17. 24. 

Davis, Edward, 4. 63 ; 11. 140. Dona- 
tions from, 1. 26, 74, 137. 

Davis, Edward, Jr., donations from, 1. 
112. 

Davis, Elizabeth, donation from, 1. 50. 

Davis, Elizabeth M. ( Mrs. Sturgis), 7. 433. 

Davis, George, 4. 101. 

Davis, George Cabot, 11. 96. 

Davis, George L. L., communications 
from, 2. 540, 541. 

Davis, Hon. George T., 12. 8 ; 14. 206 ; 
15. 310, 311, 313 ; 16. 33 n., 164. Elect- 
ed a Resident Member of the Society, 
3. 270. Represents the Society at the 
Centennial of Bernardston, 6. 21, 249. 
Of Publishing Committee, 4. 19 ; 5. 153. 
Donations from, 7. 298; 11. 9, 501. 
Of committee on increase of members, 

II. 112. Remarks by, 11. 143, 484. 
Ceases to be a Resident Member, 12. 
170. Elected a Corresponding Mem- 
ber, 12. 192. Accepts membership, 12. 
211. Remarks on the death of, by Mr. 
Winthrop, 15 307. His life and char- 
acter, 15. 308-313. Tribute to, of George 
S. Hillard, 15. 309. Remarks on the 
death of, by Dr. Holmes, 15. 310; by 
"William Amory, 15. 312. His memoir 
of I. P. Davis, 2. 605 ; 11. 93-99. His 
paper on the ' St. Regis Bell/ 11. 311- 
321 ; 15. 307. 

Davis, Isaac, donation from, 1. 81. 

Davis, Isaac, LL.D., 19. 382. 

Davis, Isaac P., 1. 192 n., 436, 445, 448, 
451, 453, 456, 460, 464, 473, 475, 480, 
482, 485, 487, 489, 490, 492, 494-497, 
499, 500, 503, 504; 10. 370; 11. 93; 13. 
110; 15. 307, 308, 387, 388; 17. 94. 
His death, 1. xliii ; 2. 605 : 3. 18. Nom- 
inated a Resident Member, 1. 428. 
Elected, 1.434. Of committee to col- 
lect and count votes, 1. 446, 448. Of 
committee to examine the Treasurer's 



accounts, 1. 452, 487, 488, 504. Added 
to the committee on new rooms, 1. 454. 
Signs report of that committee, 1 . 456w. 
Of committee to superintend removal 
to new rooms, 1. 458 n. Of committee 
to execute indenture with Provident 
Institution for Savings, 1. 460. Signs 
indenture, 1. 461 n. Of committee to 
sell or lease the room in the Tontine 
Crescent, 1. 463. Presents report of 
the committee, 1. 466. Motion of, 1. 
474. Donations from, 1. 475, 479 ; 2. 
35, 89, 93, 102, 132, 147, 173, 175, 176, 
182, 283, 322, 353, 354, 446, 450, 455, 
457, 474, 482, 500, 547. Of committee 
to select pamphlets from the Athe- 
naeum, 1. 479. Letter of Theo. D wight, 
Jr., to, 1. 481 n. Of committee to have 
the walls of the room colored, 1. 487. 
Elected Cabinet-Keeper, 1. 489; 2. 3, 
26, 40, 82, 103, 130, 192, 233, 251, 271, 
313, 342, 370, 387, 426, 454, 488, 528. 
Of committee to lease the old room of 
the Society, 2. 1. Communicates let- 
ters and donations, 2. 1, 17, 23. 25, 38, 
52, 57, 66, 67, 77, 252, 296, 422, 462, 
467, 490. Of committee to examine 
the accounts of the Treasurer, 2. 2, 78, 
82, 103, 128, 131, 147, 148, 191, 211, 
234, 340, 384, 424, 425, 485, 487. Pres- 
ent at meetings of the Society, 2. 3, 12, 
14, 15, 17, 18, 21, 25, 28, 31, 32, 40, 46, 
47, 51, 56, 60, 62, 65, 67, 72, 79, 83, 84, 
88, 90, 92, 94, 96, 99, 100, 102, 104, 109, 
112, 115, 117, 123, 129, 131, 132, 135, 
137, 139, 142, 144, 146, 147, 149, 171, 
172, 176-178, 181, 182, 185-188, 192, 
212, 213, 216, 218, 220, 225, 233, 234, 
238, 245, 247, 249, 251, 253, 256, 261, 
264, 266, 285, 287, 291, 294, 297, 306, 
307, 309, 314, 318, 320, 321, 324, 326, 
328, 335, 338, 345, 349, 352, 356, 358, 
360, 362-364, 370, 372, 374, 376-378, 
380, 382, 383, 385, 411, 413, 414, 417, 
419, 421, 422, 424, 426, 429-432, 443, 
445, 450-452, 454-458, 460, 462, 468, 
470, 473-475, 477-479, 483, 486, 489, 
490, 493, 495, 498, 499, 503, 507, 511, 
513, 525, 534, 536, 548, 552, 554, 559, 
571, 573, 585, 592, 596, 599. Of com- 
mittee on application of the Natural 
History Society, 1. 489. President pro 
tempore, 1. 494. Of committee on a 
course of lectures, 1. 498. Of commit- 
tee on lectures, 2. 31, 34 w., 78, 79 n., 
114, 115, 292. Presents to the Society 
the case of matrices for type, th*e for- 
mer property of Dr. Franklin, 2. 38. 
His motion to present Mr. Felt with a 
copy of the Collections, 2. 40. Of 
Scrutinizing Committee, 2. 47, 51, 59, 
64, 90, 91. Of committee concerning 
the presentation of the Collections, 2. 
51. Communicates a letter from Rev. 
Chandler Robbins, 2. 52. Reports con- 



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cerning Institutions to receive che vol- 
umes of the Collections, 2. 55, 56. Of 
committee on manuscripts and por- 
traits, 2. 62. Communicates a dona- 
tion of Audubon's plates, 2. 77. State- 
ment regarding the ' North American 
Review/ 2. 77. Report concerning the 
leasing of the room in Franklin Place, 
2. 78. Of committee to aid the sale of 
the Collections, 2. 88, 89, 148. Mate- 
rial given in charge to him, 2. 93. 
Statement regarding a portrait of T. 
L. Winthrop, 2. 94. To serve on com- 
mittee to settle with the American 
Stationers' Company, 2. 104. Report 
of the settlement, 2. 111. Matter of 
non-payment of the annual assessment 
of a member given in charge to, 2. 119, 
120. Report concerning the sale of the 
Franklin Place estate, 2. 132-184. Of 
committee to consider the daily open- 
ing of the Library, 2. 134, 135. Report 
concerning the Library, 2. 135 n., 136 n. 
Of committee to engage the further 
services of Mr. Snelling, 2. 141, 143. 
Report of the committee concerning 
the Collections, 2. 170, 171. To search 
for the pen with which Gov. Hancock 
signed the Declaration of Independ- 
ence, 2. 171. Report concerning the 
pen, 2. 174. Reports a lost manuscript, 
2. 175. To act in the matter of lost 
books or manuscripts, 2. 180. To be 
reimbursed for freight on books, 2. 182. 
Statement regarding the volume of 
Speed, 2. 213. To have the portrait of 
Mr. F. C. Gray framed, 2. 217. To 
consider the matter of lending certain 
medallions, 2. 222. To procure a frame 
for the plate of the old building, 2. 224. 
To engage the services of Judge Mitch- 
ell in the Library, 2. 251. Communi- 
cates a donation by J. B. Trott, 2. 
252. Of committee to consider repair- 
ing the paintings belonging to the So- 
ciety, 2. 286. Of committee to make 
arrangements for the celebration of the 
first half-century of the incorporation 
of the Society, 2. 292. To procure a 
suitable frame for the portrait of the 
late Gov. Gore, 2. 306, 312. Reports a 
list of the subscribers for the purchase 
of the portrait of Gov. Gore, 2. 312, 
312 n. Of committee to aid Mr. Adams 
in his memoir of Mr. W. Tudor, 2. 318. 
Of committee to procure manuscripts 
and portraits, 2. 320. Of committee to 
consider the delivery of the Trumbull 
Papers to the State of Connecticut, 2. 
323. To ascertain the facts in the 
business relating to Sullivan's ' History 
of Maine,' 2. 326, 327. Excused from 
serving on the committee of the Trum- 
bull Papers, 2. 346. To take charge of 
the disposal of certain plants, 2. 348. 



Reads letter from Mr. J. F. Watson, 2. 
356. Of committee to consider the 
removal of Mr. Taylor's portrait, 2. 
366. Presents the manuscript papers 
of the Rev. Gideon Hawley, 2. 376. 
Of committee to procure a copy of the 
* American Archives,' 2. 418. Report 
of the committee on Archives, 2. 420. 
Communicates a letter from the Rev. 
Peter Thacher to Lieut.-Gov. Cushing, 
2. 422. Reads extracts from the Jour- 
nal of the late Oakes Angier, 2. 442. 
Presents a manuscript with memo- 
randa, 2. 462. Presents a copy of the 
Diary of Timothy Newell, 2. 467. 
Communicates a letter, dated 1777, 
written by Gen. Washington, 2. 490. 
Of committee to consider what, in the 
Collections, might be useful to the Bos- 
ton Society of Natural History, 2. 490. 
Of committee to draft a series of reso- 
lutions to the memory of the late 
Daniel Webster, 2. 502. To furnish a 
copy of the letter offering the Trum- 
bull Manuscripts to the Society, to the 
Publishing Committee of Vol. II., 
fourth series, 2. 525. Statement re- 
garding the picture of Washington 
crossing the Delaware, 2. 572, Of com- 
mittee to provide for the repair of the 
picture, 2. 573. His death announced, 
2. 605 ; 3. 18; 11. 94-99. ' Memoir of,' 
by George T. Davis, 2. 605, 605 n. ; 3. 
206. Letter to, containing the history 
of Dean Berkeley's chair, 3. 24, 25. 
Manuscripts presented to the Society 
through his interest, 3. 96, 97. Auto- 
graph and portrait of, face 11. 94. 
Sketch of, by R. C. Winthrop, 11. 97. 
Lines to his memory, by George Lunt, 
11. 99. Communicates a donation from 
Mr. P. Wainwright, Jr., 2. 17. 

Davis, Mrs. Isaac P., donations from, 3. 
24, 25; 10. 14. To receive a vote of 
thanks, 3. 25, 97. Manuscripts pre- 
sented by, to the Society, 3. 96, 97. 
Donation by, of a miniature portrait of 
Daniel Webster, by Staigg, 9. 242. 
Donation by, of two daguerreotype 
miniatures of Gen. Washington and 
Mrs. Washington, 9. 243. Resolution 
of thanks to, 9. 243. 

Davis, Col. J. Bancroft, request from, 
granted, 12. 140. 

Davis, James, 4. 256, 257. 

Davis, James C, 19. 357. 

Davis, Hon. Jefferson, 16. 446. His Mes- 
sage of the 29th April, 1861, 6. 88, 89, 
97. 

Davis, John, d. 1657, 8. 12, 21, 25. 

Davis, John, 1704, 14. 139. 

Davis, John, Boston, 1685, 12. 107. 

Davis, John, Boston, selectman, 1765, 20. 7. 

Davis, Capt. John, 15. 80. 

Davis, John, Dover, 16. 265. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Davis, Ensign John, 16. 272. Killed by 
Indians, 14. 128 n. 

Davis, Gov. John, d. 1854, 4. 411 ; 5. 277, 
281; 10.283; 11. 49, 82; 17.6; 18. 284. 
Donations from, 2. 47, 123, 338, 352, 
362, 376, 378, 382, 412, 413, 418, 423, 
444, 457, 475, 483, 503, 508, 535, 547. 
Elected Governor of Massachusetts, 11. 
69. 

Davis, Hon. John, LL.D., President of 
the Society, d. 1847, 1. 17 w., 35, 36, 49, 
62, 102, 104-110, 113 n., 114n., 116- 
118 n., 121, 124, 126, 127, 129, 132-136, 
139, 140, 143, 144, 149, 150, 151 n., 156, 
158, 163, 165, 169, 172, 186-188, 193, 
195-200, 213. 214, 219, 220, 223, 225, 
226, 230, 234, 235, 237, 239, 240, 243, 
245, 249, 251-253, 257, 263, 266, 270, 
272, 274, 277, 279, 281, 283, 284, 331, 
334-337, 339, 345, 347, 348, 350, 371, 
374-376, 378, 380, 384, 386, 387, 392, 
396, 398, 407, 413, 417, 427, 433, 435- 
437, 445, 446, 448, 450, 456, 464, 468, 
475, 482, 485, 487, 490, 492 n., 495, 500, 
603, 504 ; 3. 145; 4. 113, 227; 8. 96, 252, 
£86; 11. 9n, 94, 95, 98, 148, 466 n. ; 12. 
7, 218, 434; 13. 230; 15. 256, 257, 265, 
308, 397 ; 16. 129 ; 17. 17, 64, 94, 113, 
136, 412, 416; 18. 282; 19. 108, 125, 
169-174, 176, 177 ; 20. 172. His por- 
trait, 1. xxxv. His death, 1. xli : 2. 
361, 361 n. ; g. 153. Nominated a 
Resident Member, 1. 22. Elected, 1. 
24. Donations from, 1. 40, 123, 131, 
486, 488 ; 2. 78, 260, 288, 309, 346. Of 
committee to procure Journals of Con- 
gress and of the General Court, 1. 49. 
Letter from, read, 1. 97. Of commit- 
tee to solicit subscriptions for the 
Society, 1. 104. Of committee on me- 
morial to the General Court, 1. 105, 
107. Of committee to consider the ex- 
pediency of continuing the publication 
of the Collections, 1. 107. Elected a 
member of the Standing Committee, 1. 
117, 125, 132, 140, 148, 157, 164, 170, 
188, 193, 196, 206, 215, 221, 226, 231, 
239, 245, 254, 264 ; 2. 62, 82. Of Publi- 
cation Committee, 1. 120, 150, 196,249, 
259. To answer Mr. Sampson's ap- 
plication, 1. 121. To examine Dr. 
Morse's account respecting the map of 
the State, 1. 125. Allowed to take 
from the Library a map of lands in 
Berkshire County, 1. 125. Of com- 
mittee to draw rules for the use of the 
Library, 1. 127. Of committee to raise 
money for printing the Collections, 1. 
133, 173, 213, 214. Of committee to 
acknowledge the gift of room in Ton- 
tine Crescent, 1. 136. Of committee on 
sale of Gov. Sullivan's 'Land Titles,' 1. 
143, 144. Asked to prepare a memoir 
of M. Watson, 1. 145. Of committee 
to examine the Treasurer's accounts, 1. 



149. Of committee on alteration of the 
Constitution of the Society, 1. 150. Of 
committee on a proposed museum, 1. 
151. Of committee on reprinting early 
volumes of the Collections, 1. 165. Of 
committee to demand from Mr. Turell 
articles belonging to the Cabinet, 1. 
194. Requested to write memoirs of 
Mr. Coffin and Mr. Lothrop, 1. 200. 
Extract from his Plymouth oration, 
correcting an error in his life of Cush- 
man, 1. 217. President pro tempore, 1. 
223, 225, 234, 239, 257, 263 ; 2. 28, 31, 
33, 40, 79, 94, 100, 186, 235, 237. Of 
committee on a celebration of the Ply- 
mouth landing anniversary, 1. 223. 
Selected to deliver the address on that 
occasion, 1. 234. Delivers the address, 
1. 2e5. Vote of thanks to, 1. 236. The 
address printed in the Collections, 1. 
236. Vote offered by, 1. 247 n. Of 
committee on Winthrop's Journal, 1. 
258. Appointed to prepare a memoir 
of Eben. Hazard, 1. 266. Portrait of, 
faces 1. 272. Autograph, faces 1. 272; 
19 169. Of committee to thank Gov. 
Gore for his services as President, 1. 
272. Elected President, 1. 273, 279, 
288, 335, 341, 350, 374, 380, 387, 398, 
409, 418, 427, 445, 452, 467, 489. Presi- 
dent, 1. 275, 334, 341, 384, 385, 424- 
427, 437, 447, 456, 458 »., 460, 481, 483, 
484, 487-489, 495, 499, 500, 504. Of 
committee to investigate title to land 
under the Society's room, 1. 275. Of 
committee to ask for continuation of 
Hutchinson's History, 1. 277, 286. To 
thank Mr. Duponceau for missing por- 
tions of Mourt's ' Relation/ 1. 279. Of 
committee on celebration of the two 
hundredth anniversary of landing at 
Plymouth, 1. 287. Of committee to 
represent the Society at the Plymouth 
celebration, 1. 289. Reports for that 
committee, 1. 334. Communicates let- 
ter from Mr. Tyng, 1. 336. Of com- 
mittee to aid in the publication of the 
continuation of Gov. Hutchinson's His- 
tory, 1. 388. Authorized to lend a vol- 
ume of manuscripts, 1. 340. Of com- 
mittee to revise the By-Laws, 1. 349. 
Communication from the Paris Geo- 
graphical Society referred to, 1. 349. 
Reports on this communication, 1. 351. 
To write to the Geographical Society, 
1. 352. Of committee to consider a 
plan for indexing old town and church 
records, 1. 377. Of committee on cele- 
bration of the battle of Bunker Hill, 1. 
381. Of committee on application to 
the General Court to print the early 
records of the Colony, 1. 385. Mr. 
Savage's letter to, respecting the loss 
by fire in his office, 1. 393 n. Of com- 
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Island Historical Society, i. 396. To 
ask for loan of Plymouth Church rec- 
ords to be printed in the Collections, i. 
409. Letter of Gov. Lincoln to, asking 
for maps for the northeastern boundary 
commissioners, i. 415 n. To commu- 
nicate the acceptance of Schoolcraft's 
* Essay on the Chippewa Language/ i. 
416. Asked to prepare a memoir of 
Samuel Davis, I. 423. Of committee 
to confer with the city authorities on 
the celebration of the anniversary of 
the settlement of Boston, i. 426. Let- 
ter from Mr. Jenks to, on the needs of 
the Library, i. 428 n. Letter of, ac- 
knowledging the gift of a map of Vir- 
ginia, i. 433 n. Of committee on cele- 
bration of Washington's birthday, i. 
448. To thank Gov. Phillips for the 
Prince portrait, i. 448. Letter of Dr. 
Holmes to, i. 459 n. Special meeting 
of the Society at his house, i. 460. 
Contributes to the purchase of the So- 
ciety's building, i. 465 n. Reports draft 
of new By-Laws, i. 466. Proposes 
amendments to By-Laws, i. 468. Com- 
municates letter from the Trustees of 
the Boston Library in relation to re- 
pairs of the Tontine Crescent, i. 469. 
Excused from service on a committee, 
i. 473. Communicates donations, I. 
475; 2. 1, 37, 61, 63, 77, 290, 309. 
Asked to prepare a memoir of Rev. E. 
Goodwin, i. 477. To prepare a device 
for a Seal for the Society, i. 477. Re- 
ports a Seal and Motto for the Society, 
i. 483; 3. 30; 15. 258. Report ac- 
cepted, 1. 485. Of committee to pre- 
pare diplomas, 1. 492. Of committee 
to apply to the General Court for 
power to increase the number of mem- 
bers, 1. 495. Communicates letters and 
donations from Dr. Mease, 1. 504; 2. 1. 
Declines a re-election as President, 1. 
504. Present at meetings of the Soci- 
ety, 2. 3, 12, 14, 15, 17, 18, 21, 25, 28, 
31, 32, 35, 40, 46, 47, 56, 62, 65, 67, 72, 
83, 90, 92, 94, 96, 99, 100, 102, 104, 105, 
115, 117, 125, 135, 139, 142-144, 146, 
149, 176, 177, 181, 183, 185-188, 192, 
216, 220, 223, 227, 233-237, 239, 241, 
245, 247, 249, 253, 257-259, 261, 264, 
266, 268, 271, 285-287, 297, 300, 303, 
307, 309, 314, 319, 320, 324, 326, 334, 
335, 340, 345, 352, 354, 356. Receives 
a vote of thanks for his services as 
President, 2. 10. A letter acknowl- 
edging the Society's vote of thanks, 2. 
12, 13. Presents an account of a curi- 
ous print, 2. 11. Nominates Mr. Sharon 
Turner a Corresponding Member, 2. 12. 
To consider and report on the letter of 
Mr. J. Herring, 2. 23. Report upon Mr. 
J. Herring's application, 2. 25, 26. Of 
committee to petition the Massachu- 



setts Legislature concerning the public 
documents, 2 27. Action of committee 
deferred, 2. 29. A portrait of, presented 
to the Society, 2. 29, 29n. Reads a let- 
ter from Prof. Palfrey, 2. 29. Commu- 
nicates letter from Col. T. H. Perkins, 
2. 37. Presents a volume of Mather's 
' Magnalia ' to the Society, from Dr. 
T. Newell and Col. Perkins, 2. 37. 
Memorandum pasted by him inside 
the cover of the book, 2. 37 n. Motion 
regarding the ' Otis Papers/ etc., 2. 
45. To be admitted to the Royal So- 
ciety of Northern Antiquaries, 2. 85 n. 
Of committee to examine the contents 
of the box presented by J. Williams, 
2. 92. Report relating to the Williams 
Papers, 2. 94, 95. Of committee to 
consider the preservation of the man- 
uscripts of the Society, 2. 96. Mate- 
rial given in charge to, 2. 97. Report 
of the committee on the preservation 
of the Society's manuscripts, 2. 102. 
Report of committee on Prof. Rafn's 
letter, 2. 102, 106-109. Communicates 
letters, 2. 110. Chairman of the com- 
mittee of delegates to a celebration in 
New York, 2. 130. Of committee to 
secure a series of lectures on histori- 
cal subjects, 2. 136. To take from 
the Library a book needed by him, 
2. 143. Statement regarding the * Re- 
membrancer/ 2. 175. To rent the 
room in the attic of the Natural His- 
tory Society, 2. 175. To consider the 
lending of the Trumbull Manuscripts, 
2. 178. Of committee on the commem- 
oration of a certain New England anni- 
versary, 2. 240. Permission given to 
take a certain memoir from the Li- 
brary, 2. 249. Of committee to con- 
sider the attractiveness of the meetings, 
2. 264. Of committee to consider a 
celebration of the first half-century of 
the incorporation of the Society, 2. 
267. Presents a communication in re- 
gard to the WinsloW chair, 2. 284, 284 n. 
Withdraws his letter on the Winslow 
chair to have it modified, 2. 286. Makes 
a communication in relation to the will 
of Paumahtukquasuk, with a donation 
of a copy of the will, 2. 289, 290, 290 n., 
291 n. Presents a diary of the last 
century, 2. 309. Of committee to con- 
sider the subject of a national name, 2. 
310. Appointed to write a memoir of 
the late Judge Story, 2. 324. Declines 
to write the memoir of Judge Story, 2. 
324 n., 325. ' Memoir of/ 2. 361, 361 n. 
Valuable manuscripts donated to the 
Society, formerly his property, 3. 96, 
97. Action concerning the missing 
portion of Hutchinson's ' History/ 3. 
145. Letter from, to Dr. Jeremy Bel- 
knap, 4. 143. Matters pertaining to 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Davis, Hon. John, LL.D. {continued). 
the presidency at Harvard College, 6. 
284,285. His character, 7. 433. Letter 
to, 10. 114-116. Letter from, to Mayor 
Otis, 19. 104, 105. Bust of, presented, 
12. 160. His ' Memoir of M. Watson/ 

1. 135 n., 151. His 4 Memoir of Isaac 
Lothrop/ 1. 198 n. His ' Life of Robert 
Cushman/ 1. 217 n. His edition of the 
'New England Memorial/ 1. 217 n.; 11. 
400; 12. 440; cited, 4. 142. His 'Dis- 
course ' at the anniversary of the Pil- 
grims' landing, 3. 130, 355 ; 4. 141. 
Manuscript note by him in a copy of 
' Morton's Memorial/ 11. 400 n. 

Davis, Mrs. John, 14. 139. 

Davis, John, navigator, 3. 181. His quad- 
rant, 1. 50. The ' World's Hydrograph- 
ical Description ' cited, 3. 181. 

Davis, John, negro, 6. 241. 

Davis, John, New York, indenture of, with 
T.Danforth, 1. 201. 

Davis, John, soldier, 15. 130. 

Davis, Mrs. John W., donation from, 2. 
16. 

Davis, Jonas, 17. 177, 177 n. 

Davis, Capt. Jonathan, 7. 252 ; 15. 76, 76 n. 

Davis, Joseph, 12. 108. 

Davis, Joshua, 11. 308. 

Davis, Mary, portrait of, 1. 139. 

Davis, Mrs. Mary M., 20. 416. 

Davis, Mrs. Mercy (Hedge), 11. 94. 

Davis, Hon. Nathaniel Morton, A.M., 
his death, 1. xliv. Nominated a Resi- 
dent Member, 2. 172. Elected, 2. 175. 
Present at a meeting, 2. 298. His death, 

2. 414, 414 n., 427. 'Memoir of/ 2. 414, 
414 rc. 

Davis, Lieut. Reuben, 15. 82. 

Davis, Robert, 11. 140. 

Davis, Ruth {Mrs. Washburn), 17. 24. 

Davis, Mrs. Ruth (Vassall), 4. 63. 

Davis, Samuel, A.M., d. 1829, 2. 290 n., 
291 n. ; 11. 94, 95 ; 15. 307, 308. Dona- 
tions from, 1. 87, 217. His death, 1. 
xlii, 423 n., 429. Nominated a Resident 
Member, 1. 224. * Elected, 1. 225. Let- 
ter from, with invitation to Plymouth 
celebration, 1. 331. Judge Davis asked 
to prepare a memoir of, 1. 423. Nahum 
Mitchell to prepare a memoir of, 1. 
426. Journal of his tour to Connecti- 
cut in 1789, 11. 9-32. Explanation of 
a passage therein, 11. 163. 

Davis, Samuel, Phila., 17. 204, 204 n., 
206 n. 

Davis, Rev. Samuel, 14. 265. 

Davis, Sarah, 11. 94. 

Davis, Capt. Simon, 3. 343. 

Davis, Solomon, 11. 140. 

Davis, Mrs. Susan (Jackson), 11. 95. 

Davis, Thomas, acquitted by a court- 
martial, 16. 344. 

Davis, Thomas, the elder, father of Isaac 
P., 11. 94; 15. 308. 



Davis, Thomas, the younger, and brother of 
Isaac P., n.94,95; 15. 308. 

Davis, Thomas Kemper, 11. 96. 

Davis, Wendell, 11. 29,94,95; 15. 308. 
Donation from, 1. 101. His 'Descrip- 
tion of Sandwich/ 1. 151. 

Davis, William, Boston, 7. 235; 11. 140; 
20. 6. 

Davis, Capt. William, donations from, 1. 
87, 89. 

Davis, William, Dartmouth, 7. 215. 

Davis, Hon. William, brother of Isaac P., 
g.348; n.94,95; 15. 308. 

Davis, William, Latin School, 1766, 17. 
217. 

Davis, William, Windsor, 4. 362. 

Davis, William J., extract from the Jour- 
nal of a Hessian officer, 6. 194. 

Davis, Hon. William T., 12. 72; 13. 
232 ; 18 406. Donations from, 4. 54 ; 
12. 67. Letter from, 10. 22. Elected a 
Resident Member, 11. 309. Accepts 
membership, 11. 322. Letter from, to 
the Tea-party Centennial meeting, 13. 
210-212. Resigns membership, 18. 67. 

Davis Papers, 17. 172. 

Davison, Mr., 3. 222. 

Davison, Elizabeth {Mrs. Ball), 16. 387, 
393. 

Davison, Sir William, Secretary, 12. 101- 
103, 287 n.; 17. 341 ; ig.77n.' Letter of 
Sir John Stanhope to, relating to Elder 
William Brewster's appointment as 
postmaster of Scrooby, 12. 98-100. 

Davy, Sir Humphry, 14. 24. 

Davy, Margaret, 20. 145. 

Davy, Serjeant William, in Somerset's 
Case, 7. 325. 

Dawes, Ambrose, 12. 108. 

Dawes, Judge Rufus, reputed author of 
an inscription for Beacon-Hill Monu- 
ment, 8. 275. 

Dawes, Col. Thomas, d. 1809, 11. 140 ; 17. 
131. 

Dawes, Hon. Thomas, d. 1825, 17. 17, 18, 
114,217,218; 19. 153 n. t 154, 156-165; 
20. 210. Donations from, 1. 26, 103. 
Part taken by, in the debates of the 
Massachusetts Convention of 1788, 3. 
297, 298. His Oration on the Fourth 
of July, 1. 20. Quoted, concerning the 
Constitution and slavery, 6. 148. 

Dawes, Thomas, Jr., his notice of E. 
Price cited, 1. 149 n. 

Dawes, William, 16. 372, 373. Mr. Hol- 
land's monograph on, 16. 365. 

Dawes family, 16. 365. 

Dawson, , 17. 198, 198 n., 199. 

Dawson, Fellow of Magdalen College, 12. 
359. 

Dawson, Henry B., 5. 45 ; 10. 464 ; 12. 
8; 15. 211. Donations from, 3. 220; 4. 
146, 196, 226, 286, 365; 5. 30, 202; 6. 
331,414; 7 115, 347; 8. 171, 280, 314, 
442; 9. 1, 66, 81, 177, 255, 347, 368; 10. 



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2 ; ii. 499. Gift of, 4. 140. Elected a 
Corresponding Member, 7. 26. Accepts 
membership, 7. 115. Application for 
leave to print Rev. John Wheelwright's 
Fast-day Sermon, g. 256. 
Dawson, Thomas, 15. 231. 
Dawson, William, 15. 231. 
Dawson brothers, donation from, xi. 499. 
Dawston, Josias, 12. 172. 

Day, , 11. 25. 

Day, Mrs., a witness to a will, 1649, 5. 

155. 
Day, Calvin, donation from, 1. 202. 
Day, Jonathan, 14. 110. 
Day, Lieut. Luke, 15. 78, 78 n. Engaged 
in Shays' Rebellion, 3. 179, 180. Act 
and Proclamation for the apprehension 
of, 3. 179, 180. 
Day, Matthew, 5. 62, 156. Last will of, 

5-154, 155. 
Day, Sherman, his ' Historical Collec- 
tions of Pennsylvania ' cited, 17. 200 n. 
Day (Daye), Stephen, the Jirst American 
printer, 5. 154, 157; 10. 456; 19. 316; 
20. 265. 
Day, Solomon, sentenced by a court- 
martial, 16. 344. 
Day, Hon. Thomas, A.M., d. 1855, 10. 
396. Nominated a Corresponding Mem- 
ber, 2. 181. Elected, 2. 183. 
' Day of Doom/ 3. 294. 
Daye, see Day. 
Dayton, Judge, 4. 96. 
Deacons, John, sentenced by a court- 
martial, 16. 344. 
Dead, custom among the Egyptians of 

judging the newly departed, 6. 472. 
Dean, Mr., 15 347. 
Dean, Mr., soldier, 14. 129. 
Dean, Mr., Taunton, 7. 206. 
Dean, Lieut. Ebenezer, 15. 84. 
Dean, J., donation from, 3. 114. 
Dean, Hon. James, 19. 395, 409, 409 n., 

411, 416. 
Dean, James, LL.D., d. 1849, nominated 
a Corresponding Member, 1. 447. 
Elected, 1. 448. Bequest from, 2. 444, 
453 n. 
Dean, John, donation from, 2. 474. 
Dean, John, killed by Indians, 14. 128 n. 
Dean, Capt. John, 7. 231 ; 11. 140. 
Dean, John Ward, 12. 82 n., 231, 329 ; 13. 
242 n. ; 20. 159. Donations from, 7. 1 ; 
9. 177 ; 10. 314. Granted leave to take 
copies of portraits in the Society's Cab- 
inet, 12. 213. 
Dean, Mrs. Mary, 11. 262. 
Dean, Thomas (Gilbert fr Dean), 1. 154, 

168. 
Deane, Charles, LL.D., 1. 479 n. ; 4 26, 
167, 234; 5. 81, 100; 7. 101, 298; 8. 4, 
172, 212, 295, 299, 459, 474-476, 481 ; 
9- 7, 193, 196, 243, 367, 466 ; 10. 38, 39, 
41, 96, 141, 207, 337, 412, 414, 415, 473, 
474; 11. 144, 150, 188, 195, 198, 203, 



222, 228, 210, 257, 336, 386, 392, 492 ; 

12. 6-8, 41, 51, 56, 57, 98, 101, 130, 
156, 169, 182, 186, 237, 250, 337, 427 ; 

13. 22, 39, 50, 70, 76, 90 ; 14. 154, 162, 
196, 216; 15. 164, 177, 244, 264, 265, 
279, 305, 394; 16 50, 111, 163, 165, 183, 
365; 17. 5, 63, 81, 85, 88, 102, 117, 118, 
122, 168-170, 218, 294,296, 298-300, 352, 
355; 18. 183, 264, 320 n., 322 n., 419, 
420; 19. 99, 106, 107 n., 109, 110, 115, 
116, 118-121, 335, 355 »., 357; 20. 32, 
39, 58, 96, 105, 114, 179, 182, 186, 229, 
333. One of the twenty-six members 
in the heliotype frontispiece, 2. vii ; 3. 
32 a. Donations from, 2. 354, 450, 457, 
491, 599, 606 ; 3. 38, 66, 98, 204, 220 ; 
4. 286, 330, 373, 379, 430; 5. 1, 30, 58, 
172, 203, 227, 347, 373 ; 6. 1, 16, 20, 331, 
361, 417; 7. 1, 21, 100, 101, 139, 140, 
168, 279, 474; 8. 79, 88, 171, 314, 442, 
480 ; 9. 177, 196, 227, 368, 437, 463, 467 ; 

10. 21, 33, 40, 117, 206, 314, 464, 469; 

11. 501 ; 13. 313. Nominated a Resi- 
dent Member, 2. 434. Elected, 2. 440. 
Accepts membership, 2. 442. Present 
at meetings of the Society, 2. 445, 450, 
451, 455, 457, 458, 466, 468, 472, 476, 
479, 481, 490, 495, 513. 525, 529, 533, 
534, 536, 537, 542, 548, 554, 559, 571, 
573, 592, 596, 599, 604, 606. Of com- 
mittee to assort the votes for the offi- 
cers of the Society, 2. 453 n. Of com- 
mittee to consider the request of the 
Pennsylvania Historical Society, 2. 480. 
Of Standing Committee, 2. 488, 528, 
559 ; 3. vii, 29 ; 4. vii, 19, 272 ; 5. 29, 
31, 32, 184. Of Publishing Commit- 
tee, 2. 492, 601; 3. 21, 90; 5. 154; 6. 
470, 471 ; 7. vi, 15; 8. 100; 9. 228 ; 10. 
315; 11. 105; 12. 67, 81,| 104, 237; 13. 
232; 16. 174; 17. 88; 18. 67. Of Scru- 
tinizing Committee, 2. 525, 572. Re- 
cording Secretary pro tempore, 2. 535 ; 
3. 150 ; 15. 280. Communicates a copy 
of paper taken from the archives of 
the Commonwealth, 2. 570. Testi- 
mony to his labors in preparing the 
materials for Vol. II. of the fourth se- 
ries, 2. 599. Matter for the third vol- 
ume of the fourth series, 2. 601 n.-603 n. 
Correspondence of, with Rev. Joseph 
Hunter, concerning matter for the 
Collections, 2. 602 n., 603 n. Amount 
subscribed by, for the Library and new 
Catalogue, 2. 603 n. His action in the 
recovery and publication of the Brad- 
ford MSS. History, 3. 19-24, 38, 39, 90, 
168 ; 6. 415. Correspondence with Rev. 
Joseph Hunter, 3. 21-23. Suggests the 
expediency of publishing certain min- 
utes of the meetings of the Society, 3. 
32. Exhibits printed minutes of "the 
Annual Meeting, 3. 32. Report and 
suggestions concerning the unbound 
papers, etc., 3. 32 6-32 d, 86, 87. Reso- 



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Deane, Charles, LL.D. {continued.) 
lution adopted offering thanks to Mr. 
Sears, 3. 47. Motion of, concerning 
the purchase of the estate of the Prov- 
ident Institution, 3. 48. Of Nominating 
Committee, 3. 67, 154 ; 5. 160. Reports 
on the publication of the Collections, 
3. 90. Announces the Index, gratui- 
tously prepared by Mr. Sibley, 3. 90. 
Of committee to arrange the manu- 
scripts, 3. 97. Of committee to receive 
and arrange the Dowse Library, 3. 125, 
204. His labors in the arrangement of 
the Dowse Library, 3. 125, 161. 204. 
Of committee to revise the By-Laws, 
3. 154; 11. 495. Offers resolutions in 
regard to Mr. J. Willard, 3. 173. Of 
committee to take charge of the ' Ac- 
count of the Dudleys/ 3. 281. Reports 
on the contents of the Belknap Dona- 
tion, 3. 286-328. The Belknap Dona- 
tion to be arranged, 3. 329, 358 ; 4. 134. 
Reports on the Catalogue, 4. 52, 242, 
365, 438. Remarks, 4. 77, 110, 144 ; 10. 
32, 87, 92, 113, 114, 133, 316, 332-335, 
343; 11. 144, 196. 229. Receives votes 
of thanks, 4. 135; 5 29, 196; 6. 470; 
11. 105 ; 12. 67 ; 15. 2 ; 16. 173 ; 17. 89 ; 
18. 68, 416; 19. 55. Committee on 
Exchanges, 4. 287. Letter on relics of 
Roger Williams, 5. 51. Communica- 
tion of P. C. Bliss referred to, 5. 84. 
Report on the Report of a constitution 
for Massachusetts, 5. 87-92. Receives 
the Prince of Wales, 5. 97. Reads a 
letter from Dr. Parks to, 5. 147-149. 
Of committee on a helmet, 5. 149. Re- 
port of the Standing Committee, 5. 
184-188. On J. F. Watson, 5. 207-212. 
Committee on Memorials of the Rebel- 
lion, 5. 226. On Rev. Joseph Hunter, 
5. 320-323. On the ' Narragansett Pa- 
tent/ and on Mr. Aspinwall's paper on 
the same, 5. 399-406; 6. 41-43, 46, 48, 
51, 52, 77. Donation of engraved por- 
traits of historical interest, 6. 17. Re- 
marks on a volume of George Adlard, 
6 81, 82. Exhibits an early copy of 
the last will of Edmand Reade, of 
W r ickford, England, 6. 254. Reads ex- 
tracts from Cotton Mather's Diary, 6. 
406-414. Requests permission to print, 
at his own expense, a manuscript of 
Gov. Bradford's, 6. 415. Of committee 
to publish another volume of the Win- 
throp Papers, 6. 470, 471. Letter from 
W: Palfrey to J: Wilkes, read by, 6. 
480-483. Elected Recording Secretary, 
7. vii, 363 ; 8. 88, 272 ; 9. 190 ; 10. 20, 
173; 11. 45, 243; 12. 80, 225; 13. 21, 
279 ; 14. 28, 328. Recording Secretary, 
7. 2, 376, 407, 474 ; 9. 227 ; 10. 104, 117, 
134, 144, 148, 206, 311, 313, 314, 319, 
330, 335, 337, 344, 368, 469, 484; 11. 1, 
84, 100, 129, 135, 139, 144, 155, 159, 



165, 197, 228, 233, 308, 333, 388 ; 12. 1 
71, 81, 82, 126, 139, 159, 169, 182, 191, 
214, 226, 233, 252, 285, 288, 315, 330; 
13. 1, 43, 49, 50, 63, 65, 69, 71, 78, 79, 
9y, 104, 122, 140-144, 150, 214, 217, 
236, 255, 263, 305, 312, 318, 345, 367, 
378, 395, 425, 449, 451 ; 14. 1, 32, 52, 103, 
158, 179, 186, 201, 215-217, 317, 318, 
328, 338, 340 ; 15. 7, 230, 250, 259, 277. 
Remarks on Phillis Wheatley, 7. 267- 
273. Of Committee on the Winthrop 
Papers, 7. 339. Letters to, from Mr. W: 
Jenks, 7. 406, 407. Reads papers fur- 
nished by Dr. Palfrey, 7 480. Remarks 
on two speeches of Joseph Dudley, 7. 
484-486. Remarks on a letter of Co- 
lumbus to Santangel, 8. 432. On a copy 
of Mason & Dixon's Report, 8. 441, 
460. On the small size of ships, 1492- 
1626, 8. 464-466. On the deatk of 
George Livermore, 8. 446-452. Re- 
marks on an early Map of Boston Har- 
bor, 9. 5. Communicates a letter from 
Mr. Ticknor, relating to letters found 
among the papers of Miss Elizabeth 
Belknap, 9. 196. Communicates a pa- 
per by Mr. Whitmore on the early 
Painters and Engravers of New Eng- 
land, 9. 197. His visit to Europe, 9. 
226, 227 ; 10. 4. Vote of thanks to, as 
Chairman of the Publishing Committee 
of the Proceedings, 9. 228. Appointed 
a Delegate to the Archaeological Con- 
gress at Antwerp, 9. 228. Letters from, 
to the President, 9. 343, 348. Remarks 
on the ' Life and Letters of John Win- 
throp/ 9 374. Remarks in relation to 
the last will and testament of Capt. 
John Smith, and his burial-place in Lon- 
don, 9. 451. Letters to, 10. 23, 38, 83-85, 
141, 313, 317-319, 329. Notes by, 10. 
24 n., 25n., 27 n., 30rc.,323rc. ; 11. 191 n. 
Motions of, 10. 174, 342; 13. 51, 305. 
Exhibit's 'Danforth's Almanac/ 10. 
325. Of a committee on increase of 
the number of members, 11. 112. Of 
committee on another course of lec- 
tures by members of the Society, 11. 

166. Committee on the Building,n. 326, 
Letters to. 11. 139, 198. Votes offered 
by, 11. 309; 14. 53; 19. 388. Reads a 
communication from R. C. Waterston, 

11. 347. Communicates a letter of Sir 
John Stanhope to Secretary Davison, 

12. 98. Letter to, from H. B. Grigsby, 
12. 161. Of a committee on increase 
of membership, 12. 170. Reads some 
memoranda concerning the death of 
Gov. Matthew Cradock, 12. 171. Reads 
a letter of Henry Vane, 12. 245. Let- 
ters from Miss Eliza S. Quincy to, 12. 
261-263. Communicates two letters 
written in Boston during the siege, and 
one from Halifax, 13. 56-62. To re- 
port a list of existing committees of 



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the Society, 13. 83. Presents a com- 
munication from the Middelburg Acad- 
emy of Arts and Sciences, 13. 307. 
Remarks on the same, 13. 310, 311. 
Letter of Gov. Clifford to, 13. 323. 
Letters of Mr. Winthrop to, 13. 329- 
332, 319-351, 445-449. Communicates 
papers from the Public Record Office, 
given by Mr. Winthrop, 13. 332-341. 
Communicates Mr. Major's paper on 
the 'Zeno' voyages, 13. 351. Letter 
to, from the Earl of Albemarle, 13. 
371. Reads extracts from letters of 
Mr. Winthrop, 13. 380, 881. Origin 
of the name 'Deane/ 13. 73. Of 
committee of publication of the 'Bel- 
knap Papers/ 13 232; of the 'Win- 
throp Papers/ 13. 232. Communi- 
cates memorandum relating to the 
date of death of Gov. Cradock, 13. 
242. Reads a letter of Mrs. Prof. Win- 
throp, 14. 29. Calls attention to the 
gift from the Hakluyt Society, 14. 52. 
Of committee on the proposed Lowell 
Institute lectures, 14. 53. Communi- 
cates extracts from Dr. Belknap's note- 
books and letters relating to battle of 
Bunker Hill, 14. 91-98. Reads a letter 
from Mr. Grigsby, 14. 103. Communi- 
cation of Rufus Blanchard referred to 
him, 14. 158. Remarks by, on ' Hand- 
kerchief Moody, 14. 181. Reads a 
letter of Jonathan Sewalt, 14. 182. 
Seconds a motion of Mr. Parkman, 14. 
206. Reads a letter from Prof. Norton, 
14. 222. Remarks by, on memorandum- 
book belonging to Pres. Leverett, 14. 
223-226. Communicates Dudley Code 
of Laws for Harvard College, 14. 223- 
226. Communicates extracts from a 
letter of Ellis Gray, 14. 315. Commu- 
nicates a Journal of the Siege of 
Yorktown, 14. 331- Calls attention to 
the Henshaw Orderly-Book, 14. 340. 
His paper on the Indenture of David 
Thompson, noticed, 15. 2; 16. 204 n. 
Communicates * Paul Revere's Sig- 
nal/ 15. 163, 164. Communicates Dr. 
Watson's letter in regard to the 4 Sig- 
nal/ 15. 169. Reads correspondence in 
confirmation, 15. 169. His remarks 
upon, 15. 170-173. Remarks by, re- 
specting the seal of the Society, 15. 
256-258. Declines a renomination as 
Recording Secretary, 15 277. His ser- 
vices acknowledged by the Society, 15. 
277. Reads a letter from Capt. A. M. 
Harrison, 15. 324. Elected Corre- 
sponding Secretary, 15. 276; 16. 173; 
17. 76; 18. 36. Corresponding Secre- 
tary, 15. 306, 307, 386 ; 16. 36, 307, 365, 
380; 17. 33, 50, 60, 77, 78, 101, 122, 
229, 282, 360; 18. 2, 179, 245, 262, 352, 
416. Remarks by, on the method of 
spelling the surname of Sir Walter 



9 



Raleigh, 15. 385. Reads a letter from 
Theodore Dwight, 15. 386. Communi- 
cates extracts from the journal of 
Charles J. Stratford, 15. 388. Remarks 
by, on the same, 15. 388. Presents a 
list of the biographers of the signers 
of the Declaration of Independence, 15. 
393. Presents report of committee on 
Hubbard's ' History/ 16. 38. Prefatory 
note for the ' History ' by, 16. 38-41. 
Reads a letter from Peter O. Hutchin- 
son, 16. 100. Reports the additional 
sheets to Hubbard's ' History/ 16. 100. 
Of committee to publish the early Pro- 
ceedings of the Society, 16. 174. Reads 
extracts from a letter from Mr. Win- 
throp, 16. 176. Communicates a letter 
of Hon. George Thacher, 16. 179. 
Letter to, from Miss Dana, 16. 181. 
Request of Messrs. Houghton, Osgood, 
& Co. referred to, 16. 183. Reports on, 
16. 256. Remarks by, on Dr. Frank- 
lin's suit of clothes, 16. 370. On Paul 
Revere's letter to Dr. Belknap, 16. 370. 
Remarks by, on the death of Dr. Kohl, 

16. 381-385. Remarks by, on memo- 
rial stone of Castle Island Fort, 17. 19- 
22. Letter from Col. Hoyt to, 17. 55. 
Reads an extract from a letter from 
the President, 17. 61. Relates an inci- 
dent in connection with Prince's ' An- 
nals/ 17. 64-66. Communicates gifts 
from Mr. Poole and Mr. J. F. Eliot, 17. 
85. Announces the publication of the 
' Early Proceedings/ 17. 88. Vote of 
thanks to, 17. 89. Presents report of 
the committee on the Savage Papers, 

17. 92. Calls attention to Dr. Watson's 
article on Christ Church and the signal 
lanterns, 17. 120. Moves vote on Bos- 
ton burial-grounds, 17. 136. Commu- 
nicates papers of Thomas Wallcut, 17. 
160. Remarks by, on the care of man- 
uscripts, 17. 161, 162. Letter from, to 
Mr. Winthrop, 17. 168, 169. Remarks 
by, on the sale of some of Thomas 
Prince's books, 17. 172-174. Suggests 
the publication of some manuscripts, 
17. 243. Remarks by, with letter from 
Mr. Haven, in regard to Hall's diary, 
17. 294, 295. Moves votes about me- 
moirs of deceased resident members, 

17. 299, 314. Remarks bv, on the 
death of Mr. Frothingham, 17. 330-334. 
Communicates a petition of Roger 
Conant, with remarks thereon, 17. 366- 
370. Moves a vote of thanks to Mrs. 
Johnson, 18. 67. Appointed to pre- 
pare a memoir of Mr. Frothingham, 

18. 67. Announces the second volume 
of the 'Early Proceedings/ 18. 67. 
Remarks by, on the alleged discovery 
of America by the Northmen, 18. 80, 
81. Communicates Mr. De Costa's pa- 
per on the ' Sagadahoc Colony/ 18. 82. 



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Deane, Charles, LL.D. (continued.) 
Communicates copies of additional 
letters of Dr. Belknap to Mr. Hazard, 
18. 183. Reads extracts from a letter 
of Washington to R. H. Lee, 18. 183. 
Communicates letters and transcript of 
Randolph's ' Narrative/ 18. 253, 254. 
Of committee to advise with Mr. Win- 
sor concerning the proposed ' History 
of America/ 18. 288. Calls attention 
to the 'Lynde Diaries/ 18. 378. Of 
committee on the application of the 
Chicago Historical Society, 18. 400. 
Elected Vice-President, 18. 415 ; 19. 
296 ; 20. 199. Vote of thanks to, for 
services as Corresponding Secretary, 

18. 416. Speaks of Mr. Grigsby, 18. 
422. Remarks by, on the spurious edi- 
tion of the ' Wonder-working Provi- 
dence/ 18. 432-435 ; 19. 128. Of com- 
mittee to confer with the overseers of 
the poor, 19. 61. Remarks by, on the 
suggested restoration of Bradford's 
Manuscript to this country, 19 65, 66. 
Exhibits an engraved portrait of La- 
fayette, 19. 103. Reads a letter of 
Washington, 19. 103. Reports for the 
committee on the Winslow chair and 
table, 19. 124, 125. Appointed to pre- 
pare a memoir of Mr. Haven, 19. 125. 
Communicates a gift from M. Mar- 
cou, 19. 126. Communicates Mr. Fol- 
sora's gift of the Gilman Manuscripts, 

19. 126. Remarks by, on the portraits 
of Col. Church and Charles Churchill, 

19. 213-245. Accompanies Dr. Ellis 
in his visit to the Carter Brown Libra- 
ry, ig. 326-329. Pall-bearer at Dr. 
Robbins's funeral, 19. 349, 355 n. Com- 
municates photograph of the Cabot 
map, 19. 387. Of committee on the 
Cabot map, 19. 388. Vice-President, 

20. 327. Communicates gifts from 
Miss E. S. Quincy, 20. 30, 46. Com- 

' mittee to publish the ' Trumbull Pa- 
pers/ 20. 104, 280. Remarks by , on Mr. 
Adams's paper on the * Printing of Old 
Manuscripts,' 20. 183-185. Communi- 
cates a copy of the will of George 
Smith, 20. 186, 187. Presents gifts 
from Mr. C. W. Folsom, 20. 188, and 
from Mr. H. C. Short, 20. 231. An- 
nounces a memoir of Mr. G. B. Emer- 
son, by Rev. R. C. Waterston, 20. 231. 
Remarks by, on the ' White Kennett 
Library/ 20. 274-280. Communicates 
a letter from Hon. P. W. Chandler, 20. 
327-330. Speaks of the Washington 
letters included among the ' Trumbull 
Papers/ 20. 338. Communicates papers 
from the State Paper Office in London, 
20. 339-341. Remarks by, relative to 
the proposed statue of John Harvard, 
20 348. Reads a communication from 
Hon. P. W. Chandler on the witch- 



craft trials in 1692, 2p. 395. Editorial 
notes by, 1. and 2. passim. Notice of 
J. Williams compiled by, 1. 260-262. 
Notice of David Sewall by, 1. 389, 390. 
Notice of Dr. Webster by, 1. 490-492. 
Communicates a paper relating to the 
Great Charter of New England, 2. 570, 
570 n. Paper by, on Hutchinson's 
' Historical Publications/ 3. 131-150. 
Paper by, upon Cotton Mather's * Mag- 
nalia/ 6. 404-414. Editor of Bradford's 
' History of Plymouth Plantation,' 9. 
21 n. ; 19. 108 w., 110 n., 115 n. Extracts 
from letters of, to the President, from 
London, 9. 343, 348. Communication 
respecting the Seal of the ' Council 
for New England/ 9. 469. His edition 
of Smith's ' True Relation/ 10. 5. 
On Dr. Belknap's list of the Soci- 
ety's manuscripts, 10. 321-323 ; see 
footnote, page 41. On Deux Ponts's 

* Campaigns/ 10. 348. His ' Memoir 
of Mr. G. Livermore ' cited, 11. 100. 
Paper on ' The Forms used in issu- 
ing Letters-Patent by the Crown of 
England/ 11. 166-188. Description 
of the Dudley manuscripts, 11. 201- 
205. Communication respecting Gov. 
Bradford's 'Dialogue/ 11. 396-406. 
Communication on the ' Head-quarters ' 
of Washington in Cambridge, 12. 257- 
262. Communication on the charges 
against Roger Williams, 12. 341-358. 
Observations on Capt. John Smith's 
'New England's Trials/ 12. 428-432. 
Tribute to James Savage, 12 438-442. 
Paper by, on the Massachusetts ' Dec- 
laration of Rights/ 13. 299-304. Paper 
by, on indenture of David Thomson, 
and early settlement of New Hamp- 
shire, 14. 358-385; 15. 2; 16. 204 n. 
Communicates a memoir of Dr. John 
Appleton, 15. 364. Communication 
from, on a MS. Journal of the Presi- 
dent and Council of New Hampshire, 
16. 256-260. Edits Paul Revere's let- 
ter, 16. 371-376. Tribute to President 
Woods by, 17. 15, 16. Presents a me- 
moir of Rev. Joseph Hunter, with 
explanatory remarks, 17. 298-306. Me- 
moir of Mr. E. A. Crowninshield by, 17. 
356-359. His 'Memoir of Mr. Frothing- 
ham/ 18. 67. Notice of Mr. Judd by, 
18. 184-188. Eis ' Bradford's History ' 
cited, 19. 108n.-110w., 115 n. His 

* Memoir of Mr. Haven/ 19. 125. Trib- 
ute to Dr. Robbins, 19. 353-355. Reads 
a paper on the ' Old Patent of Connect- 
icut/ 20. 102. 

Deane, Capt. John, his narrative of his 

shipwreck, 1. 19. 
Deane, Capt. Joseph, 7. 211. 
Deane, Rev. Samuel, Scituate, d. 1834, 

nominated a Resident Member, 1. 470. 

Elected, 1. 474. Accepts membership, 



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I. 483. Resigns membership, i. 492. 
His 'History of Seituate ' cited, 6. 475; 

17. 207*.; 19. 378 *. 

Deane, Rev. Samuel, D.D., Portland, d. 
1814, his Thanksgiving Sermon, 1. 87. 
His ' New England Farmer/ 19. 395, 
395*. 

Deane, Silas, 10. 275; 11. 6,7; 14.268. 
Portrait of, 1. 168. Letter of Samuel 
B. Webb to, 14. 81-83. Letter of, ex- 
hibited, 18. 287. 

Deane, William Reed, 15. 388. 

Dearborn, Benjamin, presents a copy of 
his ' Columbian Grammar/ 1. 87. 

Dearborn, Gen. Henry, d. 1829, 1. 306, 
307, 309 ; 14. 57 65, 73, 75. 

Dearborn, Hon. Henry A. S., d. 1851, 

18. 283. Nominated a Resident Mem- 
ber, 1. 449. Elected, 1. 451. Member- 
ship not completed, 1. 451 *., 500 n. 
Donation from, 2. 63. 

Dearborn, Nathaniel, 6. 40. His ' Boston 
Notions ' cited, 1. 417 *. 

Dearborne, Godfrey, 16. 265. 

Dearborne, Henry, 16. 265. 

Dearborne, Thomas, 16. 265. 

Death of Members, see Corresponding, 
Honorary, and Resident Members, 
Death of. 

De Barres, J. F. W., see Des Barres, J. 
F. W. 

De Blois, Elizabeth, 12. 323. 

Deblois, George, donation from, 1. 76. 

Deblois, Gilbert, 11. 392, 394. A refugee 
from Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 

Deblois, Lewis, 11. 392, 395; 17. 97. A 
refugee from Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 

Deblois, Stephen G., 18. 190 n. 

Deblois, William, 17. 217. 

Debucourt, P. L., 15. 230. 

De Butts, Elisha, M.D , 17. 424. 

De Candolle, Alphonse Louis P. P., see 
Candolle, A. L. P. P. de. 

Decanver, H. C, donation from, 2. 338. 

Decartes, Rene du Perrot, 15. 30. 

Decatur, Com. Stephen, 18. 226, 382. 
Captures the 'Macedonia/ 5. 261. 

Dechezzan, Adam, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 266. 

Decker, aeronaut, 11. 24. 

Declaration of Independence, 2. 171 ; 3. 
28,259; 6. 127 w., 134; 11. 488; 12. 211; 
15. 36-38. Desk on which it was writ- 
ten, 2. 210, 210 n. ; 3. 151, 152. Signers 
of, 3. 99; 6. 30, 154. Engraving of, 4. 
391. Expressions in, pertaining to sla- 
very, 6. 98, 103, 107, 108, 135, 136. 
Meaning, and practical interpretation 
of, 6. 100, 101, 107-112. Proclaimed in 
Boston, 7. 259, 260. Read in the 
churches, 7. 262. Notes on Lord Ma- 
hon's ' History of/ cited, 6. 106. 

'Declaration of Rights/ Mass., 6. 107. 
Paper on, by Charles Deane, 13. 299- 
304. 



' Declaration of Rights/ Penn., 13. 302. 
1 Declaration of Rights/ Va., 13. 302. 
Declaration of Trust made by the Soci- 
ety, release of, 12. 212. 
De Costa, Rev. Benjamin F., 11. 317; 20. 

276, 402. Donations from, 7. 303, 347; 

10. 464 ; 11. 499. Communication from, 

of a manuscript on the Sagadahoc 

Colony, with preface and notes, 18. 82- 

117. 
Dedham, Eng., 5. 156. 
Dedham, Mass., 3. 28 ; 6. 360; 11. 258; 

12. 52, 60, 394, 396, 409; 16. 283*., 399 ; 

17. 76; 19. 59, 146, 152w., 153, 225, 314; 

20. 35, 48. In 1775-76, 7. 203, 208, 214, 

218, 231, 236, 243, 250, 256, 260, 262. 

Dr. Lamson ordained at, 7. 409. 
' Dedham Gazette/ 14. 388. 
Dedman, Philip, 3. 260. 
Dee, Dr. John, 12. 454, 463. 
Deedes, Henry, his account of a portrait 

of Franklin, 15. 10, 11. 
Deer, bones of, found in the ruins of the 

trading-house on Manomet River, 3. 

253 
Deer Island, 7. 187, 188. 
Deerfield, Mass., 12. 394, 398, 415; 16. 

119; 17. 339, 340. Captives taken, 5. 

231. Destruction of, 9. 478; 11. 311- 

315. List of persons engaged in the 

fight at, 11. 316. 
Deerfield Academy, 1. 262; 10. 416. 
Deerfield Meeting-house, drawing of, 

faces 17. 337. 
Deering, Dr., 16. 388. 
Deering, Abby R. D. (Mrs. Sabine), 17. 

382. 
Deering, Charles M. F., donation from, 2. 

303. 
Deering, Eliz. M. (Mrs. Sabine), 17. 382. 
Deeth, S. G , letter proposing an ex- 
change of publications, 2. 327, 328. 

Donation from, 2. 329. Letter from, 

2. 601. Letter of, given into the hands 

of the Standing Committee, 2. 604. 
' Defence of the Letter from Halifax to a 

Friend in Rhode Island/ 1. 12. 
Deffaudis, Baron, narrative of the mission 

of, 2. 349,349*. 
Defoe, Daniel, his 'Jure Divino/ 1. 153. 

Essay on projects, 4. 276. Cited, 8. 324. 
De Fonblanque, Edward B., his ' Life of 

Burgoyne/ 14 231, 244, 245, 247. 
Degan, Mr., donation from, 1. 101. 
De Gray, Sir William, Lord Walsingham, 

see Walsingham. 
Dehamda, see Nahanada. 
Dehanada, see Nahanada. 
Dehon, Theodore, naturalized, 4. 342, 344. 
Dejean, Philip, 13. 237. 
De Kalb, Baron, see Kalb. 
Delafaye, Secretary, letter to, 10. 350, 351. 
Delafield, John, 13. 421. 
Delambre, Jean Baptiste Joseph, letter 

from, on file, x. 278 n. 



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Delancee (Delancey, James'?), 4. 230. 

Delancey, Miss (Mrs. Franks), 11. 257. 

Delancey, James, 4. 230. 

Delancy, Capt. Oliver, 16. 71. 

Delanne, Mr., 16. 298. 

Delany, Mrs. Mary Granville, her ' Auto- 
biography ' cited, 19. 218 n. 

Delaware, Sir Thomas West, Lord, 10. 
25 ; 12. 98 n. 

Delaware, 5. 10; 6. 105. Map of. 1. 124. 
Proposed publication in regard to the 
families of, prior to the year 1830, 2 
423. Slavery in, 6. 105, 146, 147. Capes 
of, 5. 4. 

Delaware Bay, 5. 130 ; 10. 379, 384. 

Delaware Blues, 11. 488. 

Delaware Historical Society, donation 
from, 8. 1. 

Delbridge, Capt., 12. 425. 

Delisle, Leopold, 20. 39. 

De Lisle, William, his ' Atlas/ 1. 153. 

Delitzsch, Franz, 18. 141 n. 

Dellus, Paulus, 10. 165. 

De Meunier, Jean Nicolas, note to, from 
Jefferson, 6. 129. 

Deming, Rev. David, 8. 30. 

Deming, John, 7. 215, 216. 

Democratic party of Massachusetts, 10. 
177-180; 11. 57. 

'Democratic Review/ 17. 165. 

Democrats, 2. 163-165. 

Demosthenes, 18. 354 ; ig. 370. 

De Mountfort, Dr., 12. 321. 

Demur, , 18. 75. 

Denbow, Peter, 14. 128 n. 

Denham, Sir John, 16. 27. Verses by, 
cited, 16. 28. 

Dening, Lieut. Solomon, 15. 83. 

Denio, Aaron, 11. 313. 

Denison, Daniel, 8. 28 ; 10. 391 ; 14. 225. 

Denison, Rev. F., donation from, 4. 133. 

Denison, George, 8. 29. 

Denison, Rev. John, 8. 28. 

Denison, William, 8. 23, 28. 

Denmark, 6. 253, 254. 

Dennet, John, 16. 264. 

Dennet, William H., donations from, 2. 
411, 455, 458 ; 4. 107 ; 5. 96; 11. 499. 

Dennett, A. A., 19. 255 n. 

Dennie, Mr., 7. 214. 

Dennie, Edward, 19. 80. 

Dennie, Joseph, letters from, to Jeremiah 
Mason, 17. 362-365. 

Dennie, Thomas, 12. 62, 66. 

Dennie, William, 4. 353 n.; 11. 140; 13. 
170 ; 15. 343, 352. 

Dennis, Capt., 18. 78. 

Dennis, Mr., 8. 205. 

Dennis, John, 19. 273. 

Dennis, town of, manufacture of salt in, 
15- 224. 

Dennison, Mr., 1. 127. 

Dennison, D. W., donation from, 8. 76. 

Denny, Lieut-Col., 15. 89. 

Denny, Edward (?), 19. 78. 



Denny, Henry Gardner, A.M., 10. 175, 
414; 12.250; 15-11,274. Donations 
from, 8. 480 ; 9. m, 227, 353, 463, 467 ; 

10. 21, 40, 86, 105, 117, 135, 145, 206, 
311, 314, 320, 336, 344, 469; 11. 501; 
12. 218. Elected a Resident Member, 
9. 374. Elected Cabinet-keeper, 10. 
173; 11. 45,243; 12. 80, 225; 13. 21. 
Cabinet-keeper, 10. 210, 312, 469, 487 ; 

11. 1, 32, 84, 143, 150, 246, 252 ; 12. 53, 
67, 70, 215 ; 13. 132, 142, 143, 149, 246, 
265. Cabinet-keeper's reports for years 
ending April, 1869, 11. 44, 45; 1870, 11. 
251-253; 1871, 12. 79, 80 ; 1872, 12. 218, 
219 ; 1873, 13. 20, 278. Vote of thanks 
to, on his retiring from office, 13. 279. 
Speaks of the vagueness of spelling in 
early times in New England, 18. 261. 

Denny, Mrs. Phebe, 15. 74. 

Denny, Samuel, 20. 167. 

Denon, Domenique Vivant, Baron, 14. 
161 ; 20. 360 n. 

Denonville, Jacques Rene de Brissay, 
Sieur de, 14. 124 n. 

Densmore, Major, 15. 92. 

Densmore, Capt. Eliphalet, 15. 79. 

Denton, Daniel, his ' Brief Relation of 
New York ' cited, 16. 39. 

Denys, J , his ' History of Acadia/ 1. 

153. 

Deodate, William, 14. 338. 

Department of State, see United States, 
etc. 

De Peyster, Frederic, the elder, 19. 352. 

De Peyster, Frederic, LL.I) , 8. 2 ; 15. 
279; 17 82: 18. 26; 20. 189. Dona- 
tions from, 8. 280; 9. 227; 11. 499. 
Elected an Honorary Member, 17. 362. 
Accepts membership, 18. 2. His death, 
19. xx. Death of, announced, 19. 352. 

De Peyster, Gen. J. Watts, 11. 241. Do- 
nations from, 3. 258 ; 4. 1, 54, 286 ; 5. 
30, 172; 6. 414 ; 9. 357 ; 11. 499. Let- 
ter from, 3. 258. 

De Peyster, Johannes, 19. 352. 

'Deplorable State of New England/ 1. 9. 

Derby, Capt., 8. 347. 

Derby, Mrs., 17. 120. 

Derby, Mrs , donation from, 1. 482. 

Derby, Capt. Charles, his last voyage, 7. 
428. 

Derby, Edward Stanley, llth Earl of, 14. 
235. 

Derby, Edward Stanley, 12//* Earl of, 19. 
218. 

Derby, Edward Stanley, \4ih Earl of 12. 
293. 

Derby, Miss Eleanor, letter from, relative 
to a portrait of Dr. Clarke, read, 17. 
120. 

Derby, Eltas Haskett, A.M., d. 1826, 
nominated a Resident Member, 1. 136. 
Elected, 1. 140. Resigns membership, 
1. 140 n., 500n. And the battle of Lex- 
ington, 4. 22. 



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Derby, Elias Haskett, 2. 206; 18. 168. 

Donations from, 3. 85, 284 ; 9. 81, 467. 
Derby, Elizabeth Douglass Stanley, 

Countess of, 19. 218. 
Derby, Dr. George, presents papers of 
historical interest to the Society, 3. 113, 
151. Donation from, 3. 182. 
Derby, Miss Harriet B., 17. 120. 
Derby, James C, 17. 459. 
Derby, John, donation from, 1. 25. Vote 

of thanks to, 1. 26. 
Derby, Capt. John, 12. 195 ; 14. 349. 
Derby, John Clark, 1. 482; 17. 120. 
Derby, Capt. Richard, carries news of the 

battle of Lexington, 4. 22-25. 
Derby, Hon. Richard, Jr., 16. 85. 
Derby, Richard C. (?), 19. 46. 
Derby, Mrs. Richard C. (?), 19. 46. 
Derby, Capt. Samuel, 15. 82. 
Derby, Penn., 5. 150. 
Derby Academy, Hingham, 18. 175; 19. 

339, 382. 
Derkinderen, James, ' Narrative of the 

Sufferings of,' 1. 123. 
' Dermot McMorrogh/ 2. 409. 
Derrick, W. S., 2. 180. 
Derry, John, 14. 128 n. 
Desaussure, Hon. Henry W., nomi- 
nated a Corresponding Member, 1. 104. 
Elected, 1. 106. Donations from, 1. 
Ill, 122, 131, 146. 
Desaussure, Hon. W. F., 4. 97. 
Des Barres, Joseph Fred. W\, vote to 
purchase his ' Atlantic Neptune/ 1. 
102. Subscription for that purpose, 1. 
160 n. An application to buy the Soci- 
ety's copy, declined, 1. 229. His ' Chart 
of Boston Bay/ 7. 476, 477 ; 14. 64. 
Descartes, Rene, 16. 239; 20. 41. His 

' Discours de la Me'thode/ 18. 129 n. 
De Serra, Abbe J. C, see Serra, J. C. de. 
Desfontaines, Rene Louiche, 17. 409. 

Deshon, , 17. 173. 

Deshon, Major, 7. 231. 
Deshon, Moses, Esq., 11. 140. 
Desimoni, Cornelio, 20. 189. Elected 
a Corresponding Member, 20. 112. Ac- 
cepts membership, 20. 201. 
Desjardins, Simon, 10. 160. His ' Jour- 
nal de Castorland/ 7. 326, 327, 331-336. 
Desk used by Thomas Jefferson in wri- 
ting the Declaration of Independence, 
see Jefferson. 
Desmond, Gerald, 4th Earl, 13. 64. 
Desmond, James, 7th Earl, 13 64. 
Desmond, Katherine Fitzgerald, Countess 

of, 13. 63-65. 
Desmond, Thomas, 12th Earl, 13. 64. 
Desnoyers, M. Jules, letter from, 11. 84. 

Donations from, 11. 129, 499. 
De Soto, see Soto, F. de. 
Despatch, ship, 7. 427. 
Dessalines, John James, 4. 430. 
Dessaussure, Hon. W. F., 4. 97. 
Destroyer, torpedo boat, 16. 368. 



De Tocqueville, see Tocqueville. 
Detroit, Mich., 4. 92; 13. 237; 18. 156. 

Old map of, presented, 11. 160. 
Deurell, see Durell, Peter. 
Deuteronomy, 3. 326. 
Deux Ponts, Comte Guillaume de, 10. 348, 

349. 
Devens, Hon. Charles, LL.D., 14. 25. 
Declines to serve as umpire on the 
* Hutchinson Papers/ 12. 252. Elected 
a Resident Member, 13. 449. Accepts 
membership, 14 1. Appointed to pre- 
pare a memoir of Gov. Bullock, ig. 232. 
Devens, Richard, 15. 70, 91, 94, 169, 172, 

174-176 ; 16. 372, 373 ; 20. 124. 
Deverell, John, Boston, 4. 361. 
Devereux, Madam, donation from, 1. 55. 
Devereux, Humphrey, 15. 189; 19. 172, 

175. 
Devereux, Lieut. John, 15. 86. 
Devereux, Richard, naturalized. 4. 362. 
Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex, see 

Essex. 
De Yoe, Thomas F., donations from, 5. 

440 ; g. 463. 
Devol, Jonathan, 17. 188 n. 
Devonshire, Eng., 3. 145. 
Devonshire Street, extended, 1858, 5. 31. 
D'Ewes, Sir Symonds, 12. 172. 
Dewey, Hon. Charles A., LL.D., 4. 93 ; 

17. 25. 
Dewey, Rev. Chester, D.D., 18. 356; 20. 

241. 
Dewey, Jedidiah, 4. 256, 257. 
Dewey, Thomas, 18. 16-18. 
Dewey, TJeut. Zebadiah, 15. 83, 83 n. 
Dewey family, Western Mass., 5. 214. 
Dewhurst, Henry William, M.D., a letter 
from, proposing correspondence with 
the Society, 2. 21. His letter laid on 
the table, 2. 28. 
Dewi, Indian, see Brown, David. 
Dewing, Francis, 6. 37 ; 12. 324. 
Dewitt, Mons., 10 389. 
De Witt, Benjamin, M.D., nominated 
a Corresponding Member, 1. 126. 
Elected, 1. 126. Presents a copy of 
his * Memoir on the Onondaga Salt 
Springs/ 1. 130. 
DeWitt, Jan, 13. 407 ; 16. 469. 
De Witt, Simeon, 19. 401. His map of 

New York, 19. 395. 
De Witt, Thomas, letter from, 8. 18, 19. 
Dexter, innkeeper, 11. 28, 31. 
Dexter, Aaron, M.D., 1. 39-41, 44, .60, 
62, 86, 106, 108-110, 124, 132, 134, 135, 
139, 140, 142, 150, 156-158, 160 n., 163, 
164, 172, 186, 188, 190, 194, 195, 199, 
207, 216, 220, 223, 225, 226, 228, 232, 
234, 235, 239, 243, 253, 262, 263, 266, 
277, 281, 283, 284, 331 ; 14. 57 ; 17. 395, 
396. His death, 1. xli, 420. Nominated 
a Resident Member, 1. 31. Elected, 1. 
36. Accepts membership, 1. 40. Of 
committee to thank Dr. Belknap for 



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Dexter, Aaron, M.D. (continued.) 
his discourse on the discovery of Amer- 
ica, i. 46. Of committee to prepare 
for the meeting at Governor's Island, 
i. 51. Donations from, i. 53, 68, 122. 
Of Publication Committee, I. 57. Of 
committee on addition to the circular 
letter, i. 61. Allowed to take Andrews's 
' History ' from the Library, i. 134. 
Of committee on alterations of the 
Constitution of the Society, i. 150. Of 
committee to audit the Treasurer's ac- 
counts, i. 170. Of committee to solicit 
aid in printing the Collections, i. 194. 
Of committee to apply for the deposit 
of the Prince Library, i. 236, 237, 269. 
Of committee to procure subscriptions 
for repairs of the Society's room, i. 
276, 278. Notice of, by C. C. Smith, i. 
421-423. Mr. Lowell appointed to pre- 
pare a memoir of, i. 426. Proposed as 
chemical professor, 7. 182, 183. 

Dexter, Andrew, his speculation, 5. 284. 
His fraud, 5. 285. 

Dexter, Andrew, Jr., 19. 178. 

Dexter, Arthur, 19 357. 

Dexter, Elias, 10. 489. 

Dexter, F. Gordon, 6. 450 ; 19. 357. 

Dexter, Hon. Franklin, LL.D. } 1. 355 ; 2. 
161; 5. 47, 503; 11. 264; 17. 356; 19. 
260, 283, 324, 347. 

Dexter, Mrs. Franklin, 16. 394. 

Dexter, Prof. Franklin Bowditch, 
A.M., 10. 113; 12.8: 17. 64 n., 94 w. ; 18. 
26. Donations from, 9. 255, 368 ; 10. 86, 
320, 368, 409, 469 ; 11. 499. Communi- 
cation of a copy of Bishop Gibson's 
Letter to the Rev. Mr. Miles, 9. 342. 
Thanks of the Society voted to, 9. 343. 
Letter from, relating to Whalley the 
regicide, 15. 263. Elected a Corre- 
sponding Member, 17. 89. Accepts 
membership, 17. 101. On a Harvard 
College monitor's bill, 10. 403-408. Pa- 
per by, on the ' Influence of the Eng- 
lish Universities in the Development 
of New England/ 17. 340-352. 

Dexter, George, A.M., 1. 438 n. ; 13. 
307 n.; 14. 324; 15-270,272; 16. 164; 17. 
89 ; 18. 68, 79; 19. 57, 113 n., 334, 357. 
Elected a Resident Member, 15. 380. 
Accepts membership, 15. 386. Commu- 
nicates Tutor Sever's Argument, 16. 50- 
54. Elected Recording Secretary, 16. 
173 ; 17. 76 ; 18. 36, 415 ; 19. 296. Re- 
marks by, on Gov. Pownall, 16. 177. 
Recording Secretary, 16. 181, 380; 17. 
33, 50, 101, 121, 122, 166, 229, 282, 294, 
295n., 307, 328, 360; 18. 1, 65, 118, 407, 
422, 436; 19. 1, 62, 97, 123, 128, 194, 325, 
333, 334 n., 349, 385 ; 20. 1. Communi- 
cates letters of Dr. Andrew Eliot, 16. 
280. Of committee on the Lee Papers, 
17. 19. Announces appointments for 
memoirs made by the President, 17. 



51. Vote of thanks to, for the index 
to Vol. I. of the Early Proceedings, 

17. 89. Communicates Mr. A. T. Per- 
kins's additional notes on portraits by 
Blackburn and Smibert, 17. 93. Signs 
report of committee on the Bacon 
papers, 17. 118. Remarks by, on the 
death of Mr. Moerenhout, 17. 134, 135. 
Presents report of the committee on 
the Holmes papers, 17. 136-140. Com- 
municates the journal of Thomas Wall- 
cut, 17. 174-206 ; the journal of Charles 
Turner, Jr., 17. 206-216. To prepare 
a report on unwritten memoirs of de- 
ceased resident members, 17. 299. Re- 
port on memoirs of deceased members 
submitted, 17. 314. Announces the 
death of Mr. Faribault, 17. 362. Of 
committee to prepare a volume of 
' Winthrop Papers,' 18. 4. Remarks 
by, on a letter of Erasmus Rask, 18. 
18-20. Announces a serial number of 
the Proceedings, and the publication 
of Vol. XVII., 18. 68. Letter from, 
resigning the office of Recording Sec- 
retary, 18. 240. Action of the Society, 

18. 241. Authorized to represent the 
Society in Europe, 18. 253. Communi- 
cates a gift to the Cabinet, 19. 53, 54. 
Announces the publication of Vol. 
XVIII. of the Proceedings, ig. 54. 
Votes offered by, 19. 55. Presents se- 
rial numbers of the new volume of the 
Proceedings, 19. 96, 223, 380. Com- 
municates copies of Gov. Hutchinson's 
letters from the Public Record Office, 
ig. 128. Remarks by, introducing the 
manuscript ' Suffolk Bar Book/ 19. 
141-147. To be absent several months, 

19. 230. Of committee on the ' Trum- 
bull Papers,' 19. 251. Chairman of 
the committee to publish the Proceed- 
ings, 19. 310, 334. Announces the 
death of Dr. Halsey, 19. 359, 360. 
Communicates copies of early letters 
of Henry Wheaton, 19. 360, 361. Com- 
municates Rev. Paul Litchfield's di- 
ary, 19. 375, 376. Of committee on the 
Cabot map, 19. 388. Remarks by, intro- 
ductory to Dr. Belknap's 'Journal of 
his Visit to the Oneida Indians in 1796/ 

19. 393-396. His death, 20. xx. Leaves 
Boston for the winter, on account of 
his health, 20. 57. Vote of thanks to, 

20. 105, 199. His resignation of the 
office of Recording Secretary, 20. 190. 
Notice of Isaiah Thomas by, 1. 440- 
444. His ' Memoir ' of the Hon. Simon 
Greenleaf, 2. 541 n., 563-568. Commu- 
nicates translation of letters of Colum- 
bus and Vespucius, 16. 318-335. Pa- 
per by, on the first voyage under Sir 
Humphrey Gilbert's patent of 1578, 
19. 75-83. ' Memoir of Dr. Joseph 
Palmer ' by, 19. 224-229. 



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Dexter, Henry, the sculptor, 4. 334, 336, 
337. Letter from, to Mr G: Livermore, 
4. 335. Bust of Dr. Bigelow by, 17. 
437. 

Dexter, Rev. Henry M., D.D., 1. 341 n., 
349 n., 503 n. ; 2. 258 n. ; 11. 410 n. ; 12. 29, 
80 n., 99 «., 290 ; 15. 396 ; 19. 225 ; 20. 383, 
414. Elected Resident Member, 11. 139. 
Accepts membership, 11. 143. Elected 
a member of the Standing Committee, 

11. 243. Of committee on the ' Sewall 
Papers," 11. 326. Donations from, 11. 
484, 501. Vote of thanks to, on retir- 
ing from the Standing Committee, 

12. 81. Letters from, 12. 128-130, 184- 
186. Addresses the Society on his 
return from Europe, 12. 251. Com- 
municates a Memoir of J. B. Felt, 
14. 112. Authorized to represent the 
Society during his proposed visit to 
Europe, 15. 7. Remarks by, on a por- 
tion of the original manuscript of 
Prince's ' Annals/ and on John Robin- 
son's * Essays,' 17. 63, 64. Of commit- 
tee on memoirs of deceased resident 
members, 17. 315. Remarks by, on the 
deatli of Mr. Punchard, 18. 2-4. Ap- 
pointed to prepare a memoir of Mr. 
Punchard, 18. 67. Authorized to rep- 
resent the Society in Europe, 18. 253. 
Remarks by, on the death of Dr. Rob- 
bins, ig. 353. Remarks by,' on the 
printing of old manuscripts, 20. 204- 
209. Notice of Rev. S. Palmer by, 1. 
343-345. His notice of Rev. Dr. B. B. 
Wisner, 2. 425. His ' Memoir of the 
Rev. Jonathan Homer, D.D.,' 2. 275- 
278. < Memoir of J. B. Pelt ' by, 14. 
113-116. His edition of 'Church's 
Eastern Expeditions ' cited, 14. 124 n., 
126 n. Gives a copy of his ' Congrega- 
tionalism as seen in its Literature,' 18. 
118. Reads a paper on the landing- 
place of the Pilgrims, 19. 125, 126. 
' Memoir of Rev. George Punchard ' 
by, 19 262-264. His edition of Church's 
* Philip's War' cited, 19. 245 n. His 
' True Story of John Smyth, the Se- 
Baptist/ 19. 287. 

Dexter, Capt. Ichabod, 15. 85, 158. 

Dexter, John H., donation from, 2. 423. 

Dexter, Julius, 18. 406. Letter from, 
with ' Tea-tax Tempest,' 13. 214. Elect- 
ed a Corresponding Member, 18. 340. 
Accepts membership, 18. 352. 

Dexter, Rebecca {Mrs. Clap), 1. 438. 

Dexter, Mrs. Rebecca (Amoryj, 1. 422. 

Dexter, Mrs. Rebecca (Peabody), 1. 421. 

Dexter, Richard, 1. 421. 

Dexter, Richard, the elder, 1. 421. 

Dexter, S. Parkman, 19. 357. 

Dexter, Hon. Samuel, d. 1810, 3. 307, 
308 ; 10. 229, 343 ; 12. 121. Letter 
from, to Governor Bowdoin, 6. 359- 
361. 



Dexter, Hon. Samuel, LL.D., son of the 
preceding, d. 1816, 1. 18, 218, 325, 421, 
438; 2. 161; 3 195; 6. 279, 280, 359, 10. 
184; 12. 125, 126; 13. 222,224, 225; 16. 
127 ; 18. 127; 19. 50, 146, 163-166, 282. 
Donations from, 1. 145, 146. Portrait of, 
by Gilbert Stuart, 16. 366. ' Dialogue 
between the Ghost of Gen. Montgom- 
ery and an American Delegate,' 1. 19. 
Publishes a ' Confession of Faith,' 2. 
164. 

Dexter, Lord Timothy, his peculiarities 
and his will, 6. 290, 291. 

Dexter, William S., 19. 357. 

Dexter Street, Boston, 6. 30. 

D'Herbelot, see Herbelot, Bartheiemy d\ 

Diana, schooner, 5. 53. 

Diana, ship, 3. 228. Burnt, 5. 54. 

Diary of the eighteenth century pre- 
sented to the Society, 2. 309. 

Diaz del Castillo, Bernal, 16. 318, 321. 
His ' Mexico,' 4. 279. His existence 
maintained, 4. 280, 282. 

Diaz de Piza, Bernal, 16. 321. 

Dibbell, Charles, 15. 81 n. 

Dibben, Capt. Charles, 15. 81, 81 n. 

Dibdin, Rev. Thomas F., D.D., 3. 386; 8. 
445, 448, 453; 17. 358. G: Livermore's 
regard for, 10. 427, 436, 439, 447, 456. 

Dible, Capt., 13- 250. 

Dickason, Mr. 8c Mrs. {Bermuda), 11. 21, 
22. 

Dickens, Charles, 4. 410, 413 ; 6.26; 10. 
426; n.361; 14. 204; 15. 308. And 
Irving, 4. 410-412. The Dickens din- 
ner in New York, 4. 411-413. Extract 
from a letter of, to Dr. Worcester, 18. 
173. 

Dickenson, Nathaniel, a refugee from 
Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 

Dickerman, Peter, 11. 307. 

Dickerson, Capt. Reuben, 15. 85. 

Dickeson, John, 3. 260. 

Dickeson, Samuel, 11. 316. 

Dickinson, Adjutant, 15. 93. 

Dickinson, Rev. Mr., 17. 339. 

Dickinson, Son of Libei^ty, 11. 140. 

Dickinson, Hon. D. S., 4. 99. 

Dickinson, Edward, M.D., 8. 456. 

Dickinson, John, LL.D., d. 1808, 6. 146 ; 
14. 246. His ' Pennsylvania Farmer's 
Letters,' 1. 7. His ' Essay on the 
Power of Great Britain over the Colo- 
nies,' 1. 75. Portrait of, 1. 168. Speech 
on slavery, 6. 143, 144. 

Dickinson, Hon. John D., 19. 36, 36 n. 

Dickinson, Pres. Jonathan, D.D., 1. 241. 

Dickinson, M. W., letter from, 2. 411. 

Dickinson, Marquis Fayette, Jr., 19 341. 

Dickinson, Roger, naturalized, 4. 363. 

Dickinson, Samuel Nelson, donation from, 
2 243. His ' Boston Almanac,' 6. 39. 

Dickinson, Rev. Timothy, his ' Descrip- 
tion of Holliston,' 1. 52. 

Dickman, Thomas, donation from, 1. 56. 



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Dickman, William, Son of Liberty , n. 140; 
20. 13. 

Dickseller, John, 2. 291 n. 

Dickson, , innkeeper, 11. 27, 31. His 

inn mentioned in ' Chastellux's Trav- 
els/ 11. 27. 

Dickson, William, 11. 394, 395. 

Didier & Co., Messrs, 18. 180. 

Diedrickstein, see Mensdorff. 

' Dies Ira?/ gift of a copy of Gen. Dix's 
version of, 9. 358. Remarks of Mr. 
Folsom on, 9. 358. First four stanzas 
of, 13. 40. 

Dieskau, Ludwig August, Baron, 20. 54. 

'Dieu et mon droit,' 6. 81. 

Digby, , 18. 90, 110. 

Digby, Sir Kenelm, 5. 386 ; 16. 210 ; 18. 
132 n. 

Digges, Miss, 15. 233. 

Digges, Dudley, 3. 260. 

Digges, Sir Dudley, 18. 294. 

Digges, William, 3. 260. 

Dighton, Frances (Mrs. Williams), town 
of Dighton named for, 12. 409. 

Dighton, Mass., 3. 166 ; 7. 220 ; 8. 222 ; 
12. 273, 403, 409 ; 19. 390. 

Dighton Rock, 8. 97 ; 17. 458 ; 18. 19. 
inscription on, 2. 309. Given to the 
Royal Society of Northern Antiquaries, 
5. 227 ; 6. 252, 253. Washington's re- 
marks on the inscription, 10. 114-116. 
Stereoscopic view of, presented, 10. 470. 

Digner, John, sentenced by a court-mar- 
tial, 16. 343. 

Dikson, Edward, 17. 158. 

Dill, Joseph, 1. 442. 

Dill, Mary [Mrs. Thomas), 1. 442. 

Dill, Peter, death of, 14. 129. 

Dillaway, Charles K., donations from, 2. 
373; 4-437; 8. 1. 

Dillingham, Henry, 20. 23. 

Dillingham, Samuel, 20. 23. 

Dillingham, W., 20. 23. 

Dillingham, William H, donation from, 
2. 380. 

Diman, B., donation from, 6. 17. 

Diman, Gov. Byron, 18. 338. 

Diman, Prof. J. Lewis, D.D., 10. 114; 18. 
406. Elected a Corresponding Mem- 
ber, 12. 333. Death of, .18. xx. His 
death announced, 18. 323. Remarks by 
Dr. Ellis, 18. 330, 331. Tribute to, by 
the Rev. E. J. Young, 18. 331-340. 
List of his publications, 18. 339, 340. 

Diman, Rev. James, 1. 320; 16. 286. 

Diman, Jonathan, 2. 571. 

Dimmock, Capt. Shubael, killed by Indi- 
ans, 14. 132. 

Dinah, a negress, 20. 140. 

Dinglev, Dr. Amasa, donations from, 1. 
39, 48. 

Dingly, Thomas, his ' History from Mar- 
ble/ 13. 124. 

Dinsdall, Adam, 12. 107. 

Dinsdall, John, 12. 107. 



Dinsmoor, Gov. Samuel, d. 1835, 7. 36. 

Dinsmore, Eliphalet, 15. 79 n. 

Dinsmore, Silas, 6. 266. 

Dinwiddie, Gov. Robert, 20. 183. 

Dio Chrysostom, 3. 384. 

Diodati, Giovanni, his Italian Bible, 1. 152. 

Diodorus Siculus, 3. 384 ; 6. 305. 

Dionysius Periegetes, Hill's edition of, 1. 

* 153. 

Diplomas of the Society, 1. 492 n. ; 2. 
116 n., 119. Committee on, 1. 487, 492, 
494. Twenty -five copies of, to be 
printed, 2. 303. Rules regarding, 2. 
514; 3. 241, 244. 

Diplomatic Bureau, 2. 180. 

Diplomatic medal, a copy of, given, 19. 
126. 

' Directions to American Loyalists/ 1. 76. 

'Diseases of the West Indies, Letters on/ 
1. 217. 

Disney, John, donations from, 2. 104, 
179. Nominated a Corresponding Mem- 
ber, 2. 106. Elected, 2. 110. Accepts 
membership, 2. 174. Papers received 
from, 2. 351. His death, 8. xvi. An- 
nouncement of the death of, 8. 97, 98. 

Disney, Rev. John, D.D., nominated a 
Corresponding Member, 1. 206. Elected, 

1. 213. Two volumes of sermons of, 
donated to the Society, 2. 104. 

Disraeli, Benjamin, Lord Beaconsfield , see 
Beaconsfield. 

' Distinguished Americans/ engraving en- 
titled, 2. 552. Copy of this engraving 
donated to the Society, 2. 552, 552 n. 

District of Columbia, see Columbia. 

Districts in Massachusetts, how made 
towns, 4. 389. 

Dival, , prisoner, 15. 91. 

Dividends, 4. 252. 

Divinity School, Harvard College, see Har- 
vard University, Divinity School. 

Divoll, Ira A., Esq., donations from, 9. 
255, 353, 368 ; 10. 206. 

Dix, , Marietta, 17. 177. 

Dix, Miss Dorothea L., donations from, 

2. 424, 471 ; 13. 99, 131. Gifts of, to 
the Library, 13. 265; to the Cabinet, 
13. 278. Deposits a package of papers, 
17. 352. 

Dix, Gen. John Adams, 10. 313 ; 18. 26 ; 
Donations from, 5. 374-376 ; 6. 17. 
Letter from, to R. C. Winthrop, 5. 374, 
375. Letter to, from G : R. Dodge, 5. 
375. Elected an Honorary Member, 7. 
300. Accepts, 7. 304. Gift of a copy 
of his version of ' Dies Ira?/ 9. 358. 
Vote of thanks to, 9. 358. His death, 
17. xviii. Remarks on the death of, by 
the President, 17. 82, 83 ; by Dr. Lo- 
throp, 17. 84, 85. 

Dixon, B. Homer, donation from, 3. 42, 
229. 

Dixon, George, his 'Voyage round the 
World/ 1. 76. 



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Dixon, Hannah (Mrs. Morrel), 14. 151. 

Dixon, Jeremiah, 8. 441, 460. 

Dixon, William Hepworth, ig. 121 n. 
' Personal History of Lord Bacon/ 
criticised, 5. 164. 

Dixson, see Dikson, Edward. 

Dixwell, Col. John, poem on, 1. 98. ' Map 
of the Travels and Lodges of the 
Judges,' 1. 124. 

Doane, Major Elisha, 1. 202 ; 11. 140. 

Doane, Heman S., donation from, 8. 88. 

Dobel, Capt., death of, 13. 337. 

Dobell, Emmeline Benger (Mrs. Carnes), 
13. 420-422. 

Dobell, Mrs. Lucy (Mrs. Payne), 13. 420. 

Dobell, William John Benger, ML)., 13. 
420. 

Dock Square, Boston, picture of the old 
house in, presented, 11. 135. Picture 
of, presented, 12. 82. 

' Doctrina et Amicitia ' Society, Amster- 
dam, 8. 466. History of, 8. 477-179. 

1 Documentary History of New York,' 
see O'Callaghan, Edmund. 

Documents, question concerning the dis- 
position of those obtained by soldiers, 
in the American war 6f 1860-64, 6. 5, 6. 

'Documents relating to the Colonial His- 
tory of New York ' cited, 20. 80 n. 

Dodd, Rev. Bethuel, 19. 405. 

Dodd, Charles, pseud. (Richard Tootle). 
His ' Church History of England ' cited, 
n. 410 n. 

Dodd, Rev. John, 11. 209, 211. 

Dodd, Rev. William, D.D., crime and ex- 
ecution of, ig. 220-221 n. 

Dodge, , 17. 183, 196-199, 201. 

Dodge, Capt., 15. Ill ; 16. 286. 

Dodge, A. G. P., letter from, 10. 22. 

Dodge, Capt. Abraham, 15. 86. 

Dodge, Ammi Sawyer, 14. 330. 

Dodge, Capt. Barnabas, 15. 86. 

Dodge, Daniel, 8. 30. 

Dodge, George R., letter from, to Gen. 
Dix, 5. 374, 375. 

Dodge, Capt. John, 15. 78; 17. 183 n., 
188w., 192 n. 

Dodge, Lieut. Paul, 15. 86. 

Dodge, Reuben 11., donation from, 2. 430. 

Dodge, Capt. Richard, 15. 86. 

Dodge, Robert, 16. 322 n. Donation from, 
2 473. 

Dodge, Lieut. Robert, 15. 86. 

Dodridge, John, 6. 349. 

'Dodsleian Manuscripts/ 13. 63. 

Dodsley's * Annual Register/ 4. 13. 

Dodwell, Rev. Henry, his ' Letters on 
Orders/ 18. 430. 

Doersh, , 17. 203. 

Dogget, Samuel, 19. 153. 

Doggett, John, 3 376. 

Dolbear, Benjamin, 13. 420. 

Dolbear, Sarah (Mrs. Gray), 13. 420 n. 

Dolbeare, Benjamin, 11. 140. 

Dolbeare; John, donations from, 1. 81-83. 



Dolbeare, John, his ' Bill of Lading Book/ 
1718-1740, 2. 470. 

Dolbeare, Thomas, extract from a letter 
of Ellis Gray to, 14. 315, 316. 

Dolberry, Andrew, 12. 115, 116. 

Dolberry, William, 12. 117. 

Dole, Dr., Hampton, death of, 14. 145. 

Dole family, 13. 313. 

Dolhoff, Christian, death of, 14. 147. 

Dolhoff, John, killed by Indians, 14. 146. 

Dolhough, see Dolhoff, Christian. 

Doliver, Adj., 15. 155. 

Doll & Richards, Messrs., ig. 248. 

Dollar, see Dolhoff, John. 

Dolores Mission, San Francisco, n. 349. 

* Domesday Book/ origin of, 6. 34. Fac- 
simile of, exhibited, 11. 497. 

Domily, Thomas, 15. 119. 

Dominic, Saint, compared with Christ, 
11. 418. 

Don Quixote, 17. 459. 

Donaldson, Thomas, 16. 164. Nomi- 
nated a Corresponding Member, 2. 437. 
Elected, 2. 442. Accepts membership, 
2. 455. His death, 15. xvi. Notice of, 
by Robert C. Winthrop, 15. 313. 

Donations from the Society, see Collec- 
tions, and Exchanges. 

Donations to the Society, publication of, 
in the Proceedings, 1. vi. To be ac- 
knowledged in the ' Apollo/ 1. 31. 
Form of acknowledgment for, 1. 282; 
2. 20, 252, 312. List of, to be published 
after each meeting, 1. 418. Publica- 
tion of, suspended, 1. 419. To be pub- 
lished once a year, 1. 426; 2. 45. The 
Librarian to keep a record of, 1. 426 ; 
3. 241, 245, 248. The lists of, to be pub- 
lished in the ' Daily Advertiser/ 1. 437 ; 
2. 101, 101 n. Cease to be published in 
the Collections, 2. 101 n. Rules regard- 
ing, 2. 519, 522. Name of the donor to 
be marked on all donations given to the 
Library, 3. 248. To the Museum or 
Cabinet, to be acknowledged by the 
Cabinet-keeper, 3. 248. Lists of do- 
nors to the Library, see Library. 

Donatus, -ZElius, his life of Vergil, 18. 
402. His 'Latin Grammar/ 18. 403, 404. 

Donatus, Tiberius Claudius, 18. 403. 

Doncaster, James H, see Carlisle, Earl of. 

Doney, Thomas, letter and donation 
from, 2. 551. 

Donie, Robin, 14 128 n. 

Doniol, M., 20. 344. 

Donnal, Lieut. James, 15. 82. 

Donnison, William, donations from, 1. 87, 
116. 

Doolittle, Amos, engraver, 11. 12. 

Doolittle, Rev. Benjamin, his ' Narrative 
of Indian Wars/ 1. 21. 

Doolittle, Col. Ephraim, 12. 201 ; 15. 83, 
85, 89, 92, 95, 97-101, 103, 126, 129, 
145, 158, 160. Officers of the regiment 
of, 15. 83, 83 n. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Door, Mary (Mrs. Houston), 14. 150. 

Dorchester, Rev. Daniel, 8. 3. Donation 
from, 8. 76. 

Dorchester, Sir Dudley Carleton, Lord, 
4. 154; 5. 93; 10. 30, 379, 382; 11. 
175 ft.; 13. 88, 93; 16. 460. 

Dorchester, Guy Carleton, Lord, see 
Carleton, Gov. Guy. 

Dorchester, Conn., 7. 104. 

Dorchester, Mass., 4. 27, 28, 35, 40, 219, 
293, 353 n.; 6. 261; 7. 198, 200, 207, 
220, 229, 233, 238, 245, 251-254, 256, 
258, 259, S62; 11. 334; 12. 393, 395; 
16. 11 ft., 182, 198, 203 ft., 289, 338, 358, 
397, 398; 17. 116, 143, 143 n., 147, 160, 
237, 238, 343, 363, 365 ; 18. 175, 319 ; 
19. 313, 314 ; 20. 7, 25, 401. < Account 
of/ 1. 30. Blake's 'Annals' of, pre- 
sented, 1. 270; 10. 164. Dr. Codman 
settled in, 5. 420-422. Whaleboats sent 
from, to Cambridge, 7. 196. Origin of 
the name of, 12. 396. Letters from the 
church in, to the lloxbury church, 17. 
143, 144. ' Records of/ 18. 261. 

Dorchester, S. C, 8. 215. 

Dorchester Antiquarian and Historical 
Society, 1. 270 n. ; 20. 159. Donations 
from, 2. 336, 535 ; 6. 417. A commit- 
tee appointed to keep a meteorological 
journal, 3. 229. 

Dorchester Burial Ground, names of per- 
sons buried in, 20. 218. 

Dorchester Heights, 1776, 7. 238-242. 
Occupation of, 7. 240-242 ; 14. 281. 

Dorchester Hill, 7. 242. 

Dorchester Neck, 4. 295 ; 7. 189, 190, 195, 
199, 205, 206, 227, 236, 237, 249. 

Dorchester Point, 7. 238, 245, 254. Affair 
at, in 1776, 7. 236, 237. 

Dorchester South Precinct, maps of, ex- 
hibited, 12. 52. 

Dorini, M., 15 270. 

Dormitory system in colleges, 11. 89. 

Dormom, Capt. Jessee, 15. 82. 

Dorr, Rev. Benjamin, D.D., donations 
from, 5. 347, 372 ; 6. 361. His ' Memoir 
of Watson/ 5. 208. His 'Historical 
Account of Christ Church/ cited, 17. 
205 n. 

Dorr, Ebenezer, 11. 140. 

Dorr, Ebenezer, Jr., donation from, 1. 156. 

Dorr, Edward, letter from, 2. 255. Do- 
nation from, 2. 255. 

Dorr, Harbottle, 1. 112; 11. 140. 

Dorr, Lieut. Jonathan, 15. 84. 

Dorr, Joseph, 3. 192. 

Dorr, Joseph H. (Whitney #* Dorr), 11. 
308. 

Dorr, Samuel, 11. 308. Contributes to 
purchase the Society's building, 1. 
465 n. 

Dorr, Samuel A., 19. 169-171. Contrib- 
utes to purchase the Society's building, 
1. 465 n. Autograph, faces 19. 169. 

Dorrington, Capt. John, 11. 140. 



Dorrington, Rev. Theophilus (?), his ser- 
mons, 18. 429. 

Dorser, Lieut. Daniel, 15. 86. 

Doty, Col, Stoughton, 4. 291 ; 7. 185 n., 
186, 191, 203, 235. His family, 7. 253. 

Doty, Mrs., 7. 189, 206, 227, 235. 

Doty, L. L., donation from, 6. 333. On 
the grave of Shays, 8. 257. 

Douay Bible, 10. 455. 

Doubleday, Edward, 19. 321. 

Douce, Francis, 10. 482. 

Dougall, William W., donation from, 9. 
347. 

Dougherty, Edward, a refugee from Bos- 
ton in 1776, 18. 266. 

Doughty, Capt., 1775, 6. 371 n. 

Doughty, Major John, 17. 178 n. 

Douglas, Archibald Douglas, Duke of, 12. 
414. 

Douglas, .Tames, see Hamilton, Duke of. 

Douglas, Hon. Stephen A., portrait of, 13. 
67. 

Douglas, Mass., 3. 297; 12. 405, 407. 
Origin of the name of, 12. 414. 

Douglass, Lieut.-Col., 15. 160. 

Douglass, William, M.D., d. 1752, 12. 
414 ; 19. 112 ; 20. 308. His ' Summary 
of the First Planting of the British 
Settlements in America/ 1. 10 ; 19. 
112 n. His ' History of a New Miliary 
Fever/ 1. 378. Letters from, to Gov. 
C. Colden, 2. 85, 85ft., 557 ; 17. 410. 

Douglass, William Menzies, Great Britain, 
naturalized, 4. 361. 

Dounoil, Charles, 11. 239. 

Dove, , his ' Speculum Anni/ 7. 130. 

Dover, Eng., 13. 408. 

Dover, N. II., 3. 295, 322, 324 ; 4. 77 ; 16. 
53, 256, 257, 261, 262, 264, 266-268, 272, 
273, 280, 293, 297 ft., 17. 107ft., 108, 110, 
152, 156, 219, 220, 223-227, 346, 353- 
355 ft.; 18. 262; 19. 315, 377 ft. ; 20. 82 n. 
Pastorate of Rev. Hugh Adams, 3. 322, 
323. Dr. Belknap's house at, 14. 37. 
Church at, 14. 117. Territorial divisions 
of, 14. 119. Indian attacks on, 14. 124, 
130. . Journal of Rev. John Pike kept 
at, 14. 121-152. Records of the town 
of, cited, 17. 225. 

' Dover Enquirer ' cited, 14. 117, 122 w., 
124 n., 128 ft. 

Dow, Gerard, 1. 362. 

Dow (Dowe), Capt. Henry, 16. 265, 266, 
268 ; 17. 224, 226, 228. Death of, 14. 
145. 

Dow, Dr. Jabez, 19. 315. 

Dow, Rev. Lorenzo, 17. 371. 

Dow, Mary (Mrs. Richards), 14. 151. 

Dow, Capt. Reuben, 15. 79. 

Dow, Sampson, 14. 149. 

Dow, William, acquitted by a court-mar- 
tial, 16. 361. 

Dowling, Mr., 19. 222. 

Downame, Bishop George, his 'Treatise 
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Downame, Rev. John, his 'Christian War- 
fare/ 18. 428. 

Downe, Mrs., widow of Col., 7. 187. 

Downer, Dr. Eliphalet, kills a British 
soldier, 4. 294. 

Downes, Com. John, U.S.N., 11. 137; 18. 
345. 

Downing, , 10. 380. 

Downing, , 17. 204 n. 

Downing, Mrs. Anne (Ware), wife of 
Emanuel Downing, 6. 416. 

Downing, Dennis, 14. 129. Killed by In- 
dians, 14. 132. 

Downing, Edmund, Captain Scot de- 
spatched to America with, 6. 66 n. 

Downing, Emanuel, 4. 129; n. 187 n.; 16. 
3, 143 ; 17. 124; 18. 289, 290, 300; 20. 
79, 82 n., 83, 84. Letter from, to James 
Usher, 2. 550. Letter to Governor Win- 
throp, 6. 415, 416. Letters of, published, 
6. 416 ; 7. 15. 

Downing, Sir George, H.C. 1642, 4. 441 ; 
6. 57 ; 8. 11, 20, 25 ; 11. 132 ; 15. 206 ; 
i6.3,143. His birth, 4. 128, 129. Sketch 
of him read, 5. 84. Serves the cause of 
the Restoration, 6. 491. Possible ex- 
planation of the Winthrop letter, 6. 
491. Letter of, 10. 389. 

Downing, Lieut. Thomas, 15. 78, 78 n. 

Downs, Gershom, marriage of, 14. 152. 

Downs, Mary (Mrs. Cook), 14. 150. 

Downs, Mary, killed by Indians, 14. 130. 

Downs, Thomas, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Downs, Mrs. Thomas, death of, 14. 135. 

Downs, Thomas, Sen., 14. 127, 135 n. 
Death of, 14. 133. 

Downy, Thomas, 15. 80 n. 

Dowse, Capt., 12. 425. 

Dowse, Abba (Mrs. Bobbins), 20. 403. 

Dowse, Benjamin, 17. 55. 

Dowse, Edward, Dedham, his father's 
wife, 7. 370. 

Dowse, Eleazer, father of Thomas Dowse, 
3. 364, 365, 367. 

Dowse, Hon. Jonathan, ancestor of Thomas 
Dowse, 3. 365. 

Dowse, Mrs. Margaret, 16. 391. 

Dowse, Mehitable, 3. 365. 

Dowse, Nathaniel, 16. 391. 

Dowse, Samuel, 20. 403. 

Dowse, Thomas, 4. 8, 104, 113, 125, 134, 
319, 320, 335, 337 ; 5. 23, 190, 191 ; 7 
18, 354; 8. 103, 269, 271, 443, 457, 458 
10. 11, 169, 170, 433,445; 11. 38, 40 
12. 6, 76, 131, 144, 165, 168, 223, 436 
13.3,275; 14.324; 15-272; 16. 168 
17. 70 ; 18. 30, 410 ; 19. 291, 354, 392 , 
20. 194. Engraving of, presented to 
the Society, 3. iv. Donations from his 
executors, 3. iv, 131, 169-173,398; 4. 
244,253; 5-57; 6.11. Circumstances 
leading to the donation of his library 
to the Societv, 3 . 100-109, 115, 116, 169, 
170, 359, 364^ 388, 395, 396; 4. 336; 8. 
450-452. Correspondence concerning 



his munificent donation, 3. 101-104, 109. 
Volume given as an earnest of his gift, 
3. 103, 104, 116, 170, 358, 359. Condi- 
tions imposed by, on the gift of the 
library,. 3. 101, 104, 108, 127, 178. His 
birth and education, 3. 105-107, 365, 
366, 369, 383. His characteristics and 
studious habits, 3. 105, 108, 115, 117, 
120, 169, 170, 172, 363, 368-370, 373- 
377, 380-383, 388-393. To receive the 
thanks of the Society, 3. 108, 121, 122. 
His portrait, 3. 109, 110, 115, 116, 120, 
368, 398; 4. 244; 5. 97. To receive a 
copy of the resolutions in regard to his 
gift, 3. 109, 110. His age, 3. 115. Death 
and funeral, with resolutions offered, 3. 
115, 118, 120-122, 177, 361. Portrait 
of, faces 3. 115. Increase and cost of 
his library, 3. 118, 119, 374. A memoir 
of, to be written, 3. 122. A committee 
appointed to receive and arrange the 
library, 3. 125. And George Livermore, 
3. 170, 171 ; 10. 457, 458. Names of his 
executors, 3. 173. Monument raised 
by, to Franklin, at Mount Auburn, 3. 
177, 364, 393-395. A photograph of 
his homestead presented by Mr. Liver- 
more on behalf of Mr. Stimson, 3. 264. 
Proceedings of the Society concerning 
the donation from, 3. 354-398. Intro- 
ductory Address by the Hon. R. C. 
Winthrop, 3. 354-360. Eulogy of Ed- 
ward Everett upon, 3. 354, 356, 361- 
398; 4. 242, 251. Inscription in < Pur- 
chas his Pilgrims/ 3. 359. His valua- 
ble collection of water-colors, and taste 
in art, 3. 364, 374-379, 396; 10. 458. 
His business and wealth, 3. 369, 370, 
373. His father's house burned in 1775, 
3. 367. Disposition of his property and 
aid given to societies and institutions, 
3. 396, 397. The Dowse Library in 
Cambridgeport, 3. 397. The Dowse 
High School, 3. 397. The fund pre- 
sented to the Society, called the Dowse 
Fund, 6. 11. See Dowse Fund. 

Dowse Fund, 3. iv, 172, 173 ; 5. 23, 24, 
190, 191, 241, 251, 253, 254; 6. 9, 12; 
7. 18, 19, 354, 355 ; 8. 269 ; 10. 12, 169, 
170; 11. 38, 39, 248; 12. 76, 77, 131, 
220, 223 ; 13. 14, 19, 268, 272, 275, 276, 
278; 14. 321, 322, 324, 326; 15. 269, 
270, 272, 275 ; 16. 168-172 ; 17. 70, 72- 
75 ; 18. 30, 32, 33, 35, 410, 412-414; 19. 
291, 293-295; 20 194-116, 198. Uses 
of, 6. 11. 

Dowse High School, 3. 397. 

Dowse Institute, Cambridge, 10. 458, 461. 

Dowse Library, 1. 414 n., 470 n.; 2. 285 n. ; 
3. iv, 384-388, 397 ; 4. 4, 8, 9, 254, 336, 
337 ; 5. 24, 185, 191 ; 7. 19, 355; 8. 103, 
259, 270, 271, 443, 444, 446 ; 10. 13, 169, 
170, 313, 433, 440, 457, 458 ; 11. 38, 39, 
100, 109; 12. 76, 77, 131, 148, 223; 13. 
1, 3, 6, 9, 18, 22, 275, 278, 366, 446; 14. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Dowse Library (continued). 

27, 153, 321, 326; 15. 268, 273, 274; 
16. 168; 17. 70; 18. 28, 30, 400, 407, 
410 ; 19. 291, 354, 355 ; 20. 194, 229. 
Portraits in, 3. iv. Given to the So- 
ciety by Mr. Thomas Dowse, 3. iv, 
100-109, 115, 116, 118-120, 172, 361, 
364, 395, 396. Correspondence con- 
cerning, 3. 101-104. Conditions of 
the gift, 3. 101-109, 127. Catalogue 
of, 3. 102/103, 108, 359, 383 ; 6. 14 ; 12. 
3, 4. Speech of Mr. Everett in regard 
to the donation of, 3. 104-107. Number 
of volumes in, 3. 105, 119, 126-128; 6. 
12, 13. Resolutions passed concerning 
the gift of, 3. 107-110. The portrait of 
Mr. Dowse to be hung in, 3. 109, 110. 
Report from the committee upon the 
accommodations for, and the arrange- 
ment of, 3. 125-128. The wishes of 
Mr. Dowse in regard to defraying the 
expense of the room for, 3. 131, 161, 
162, 169, 171-173, 374, 398. The room 
to be used for the monthly meetings, 3. 
128, 182, 204, 214, 229, 239, 250, 262, 
265, 283. Opening of the room, and 
the use of the books extended to the 
Society, 3. 163-173. Speech of Mr. 
Winthrop, 3. 164-171. Arrangement 
of the books, and name of the Library, 
3. 169, 174, 178, 203, 204, 250 ; 4. 17, 
248; 6. 14. A temporary set of By- 
Laws adopted, 3. 178. Invitation ex- 
tended to the American Antiquarian 
Society and the General Society of the 
Cincinnati to view, 3. 204. Rules and 
restrictions for its use, 3. 249, 250 ; 6. 
14 ; 13. 148 ; 19. 190. Names and au- 
thors of the most important books in, 
3. 384-388, 391. List of publications 
of the Society relating to, 12. 6. 

Dowse Library, Cambridgeport, 3. 397. 

Doyle, Rev. Mr., 15. 138. 

Doyle, J. A., his * English in America/ 
20. 39. 

Doyle, Col, John (?), 14. 333. 

Doyle, Martha, acquitted by a court- 
martial, 16. 361. 

Doyle, Col. W. E. (?), 14. 333. 

Dovley, Francis, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 266. 

Dovley, John, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18 266. 

Dracut, Mass., 12 401 w., 403. Origin of 
the name of, 12. 409. 

Dragon's blood, in medicine, 5. 392. 

Drake, Abraham, Sen., 16. 265. 

Drake, Sir Francis, 4. 247; 8. 465; 13. 
99, 352 ; 16. 432 ; 19. 205 ; 20 102, 103, 

276 n. Paper relating to his Voyages, 
2. 356. 

Drake, Francis S., 12. 329. His 'Dic- 
tionary of American Biography,' 1. 

277 n. ; 17. 94. His < Town of Roxbury ' 
cited, 17. 140 n., 364 n. 



Drake, Nathaniel, 16. 264, 272. 

Drake, S. A., 20. 5rc. 

Drake, Samuel Gardner, 2. 114 n.; 5.236; 
10. 426 ; 13. 412 n. ; 16. 205 ; 17. 65 ; 19. 
114-116, 118. Donation from, 1. 483; 
2. 39, 93, 334, 372, 458, 508, 526, 534, 
538, 539, 549. Requests an exchange 
of certain volumes, 2. 133. Portrait of 
Rev. John Wilson in his ' History of 
Boston/ 10. 44. His ' History of Bos- 
ton 'cited, 1. 417 n. ; 3-142n. ; 12.281, 
396; 16. 198 n., 203w.-205w.; 17. 51 ; 
18. 389. His edition of Church's 
'Philip's War/ 3. 293; 19. 244, 245. 
His 'Book of the Indians' cited, 14. 
142 n. ; 19. 245. His supplement to 
Baylies's ' New Plymouth ' cited, ig. 
118 n. 

Drama, vote asking donations of plays, 
novels, etc., descriptive of the charac- 
ter and manners of the people of the 
United States, 1. 120. 

Draper, Mrs., 7. 247. 

Draper, Edward (?), 1. 13. 

Draper, Hon. James, donation from, 2. 
235. His * Historv of Spencer ' cited, 
12. 410. 

Draper, John, 12. 178. 

Draper, Lyman C, LL.D., letters from, 
2. 556, 569. Donation from, 3. 265. 
Elected a Corresponding Member, 5. 
323. His ' King's Mountain and its 
Heroes,' 19. 122. 

Draper, Margaret, a refugee from Bos- 
ton in 1776, 18. 266. 

Draper, Capt. Moses, 15. 80. 

Draper, Richard, 7. 119; 13. 205. Death 
of, 15. 353. 

Draper, Samuel, 1. 441. 

Drapery, Northampton, Eng., deed of a 
house in, given, 19. 310. 

Drayton, Capt. Percival, 13. 36. 

Drayton, Hon. William Henry, 11. 254, 
257. Portrait of, 1. 168. 

Dred Scott, 18. 207. 

' Dred Scott Case/ 16. 24, 25, 32; 12. 446. 

Drelincourt, Charles, his ' Christian's 
Defence against Fears of Death/ 18. 
428. 

Drew, Benjamin, killed by Indians, 14. 
128 n. 

Drew, Mrs. Elizabeth, 14. 152. 

Drew, Francis, 14. 142 n. Killed by In- 
dians, 14. 128 n. 

Drew, John, report of, 4. 303. 

Drew, John, marriage of, 14. 152. Killed 
by Indians, 14. 142. 

Drew, Richard, 12. 107. 

Drew, Sarah {Mrs. Field), 14. 152. 

Drew, Lieut. Seth, 15. 77. 

Drew, Thomas, 14. 145. Captured by 
Indians, 14. 128 n. 

Drew, Thomasine, 14. 128 n. 

Dripps, M., Map of Boston published by, 
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Drisco, Sarah (Mrs. Nock), 14. 152. 

Drisius, Rev. Samuel, 8. 19. 

Driver, Robert, 20. 152 n. 

Droits de savon, 5. 855. 

Drown, Ron. Daniel P., 10. 315. 

Drown, Elder Samuel, 8. 221. 

Drown, Shem, 15. 180, 348. 

Drowne, Prof. Charles, donations from, 
10. 40, 117; 409. 

Drowne, Henry T., donations from, 3. 1 ; 
7.868; H.499. 

Druillettes, Pere Gabriel, a Jesuit mission- 
ary, 3. 33. Narrative of his visits to 
Boston and Plymouth, 3. 33-35. Trans- 
lation of a letter from, to John Win- 
throp, Governor of Connecticut, 11. 
152-154. Original manuscript of, pre- 
sented, 11. 152. 

Drum, Lairds of, 14. 233. 

Drummond; James, Lord, 13. 106. 

Drummond (Droumand), Capt. Thomas, 
12. 424. 

Drury, Sir Drue, 12. 288 n. 

Drury, Capt. Luke, 15 75. 

Drury, Mary (Mrs. Andre), 14. 219. 

Drury, Capt. Thomas, 15. 80, 80 n. 

Drury, Sir William, 19. 82. 

Dryden, John, 16. 462, 463. 

Duane, Mr, 19. 419. 

Duane, Hon. James, 6. 132 ; 13 385, 388. 

Duane, Rev. Richard B., donation from, 
9. 436. 

Duane, William, donation from, 2. 412. 
Letter from, 2. 569. 

Duane, William J., forwards to Mr. I. P. 
Davis the case of matrices for types, 
the former property of Dr. Franklin, 
2. 38. To receive the thanks of the 
Society, 2. 38. Donation from, 2. 131. 

Duballet, J., Boston, naturalized, 4. 860. 

Du Barry, Marie Jeanne Vaubernier, 
Comtesse, 15. 31 n. 

Dublin Society, ' Transactions ' of, 1. 177, 
186 n. 

Du Bois, William E., donation from, 2. 
351. 

Du Cange, Charles du Fresne, Seigneur, 
16. 145. 

Duchesne, , models of buildings in 

Boston, exhibited, 9. 68 ; 10 22, 486. 

Duchey (Duche?), », 8. 385. 

Duchezeau, Adam, 4. 353. Facsimile of 
signature, 4. 350. 

Ducie, Francis Reynolds, Lord, letter to, 
8. 77. 

Duck Creek, O., 17. 186 n., 187, 187 n. 

Ducke, Dr. Arthur, letter to, 13. 341. 

Duckun and Party, 3. 228. 

Dudleian Lecture, 3. 209, 213. 

Dudley, Mr., 11. 295. 

Dudley, Ann, daughter of Gov. Dudley, 5. 95. 

Dudley, Ann (Mrs. Hilton), granddaughter 
of Gov. Thomas Dudley, 14. 126 n. 

Dudley, Charles, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 266. 



Dudley, Dean, 4. 21. Donations from, 2. 
417 ; 5. 52. 

Dudley, Edward, 2c? Baron, 12. 270. 

Dudley, Henry A. S. D., donations from, 
11. 201, 252, 499. Description of man- 
uscripts presented by him, 11. 201-205. 
Vote of thanks to, 11. 222. 

Dudley, Lieut. James A., U.S.N., 8. 84. 

Dudley, John, \st Baron, 12. 270. 

Dudley, Gov. Joseph, 2. 297 n., 298 n. ; 5. 
95 ; 6. 345, 348 ; 8. 13, 22, 27, 31 ; 10. 
160, 161, 404, 408, 475; 11. 202, 208; 
12. 113, 254, 271, 274, 364, 366, 402, 410, 
412,426; 13. 211, 392, 455; 14. 223,224; 
16. 258 n., 398 ; 17. 50, 52, 55, 69, 227 ; 
18. 254; 20. 32-34, 162??., 212, 281, 284, 
285, 291, 311, 315, 316. Dedication to 
R. Boyle, 5. 379. The portraits of 
William III. and Mary, 6. 332. Pur- 
chases land in Cambridgeport, 6. 345, 
345 n. Remarks of Mr. Deane on his 
two speeches, 7. 484-486. His com- 
mission, 7. 485, 485 n. Portrait of, pre- 
sented, 11. 201, 252; 18. 118. His com- 
mission as Deputy-Governor of the 
province of West New Jersey, 11. 204, 
205. Proclamation for a general em- 
bargo by him, in 1711, 11. 206. Cradle 
belonging to the family of, presented, 

11. 251. Sent as agent to England, 18. 
259 n. Pedigree of, 12. 270. Opposi- 
tion of Judge Sewall to, 12. 367, 368. 
Answer of, to the Newbury petitioners, 

12. 377. His speeches, 7. 480, 487-490. 
His speech at the inauguration of Pres. 
Leverett, at Harvard College, 1708, 9. 
502. 

Dudley, Mercy, 5. 95. 

Dudley, Patience, 5. 95. 

Dudley, Chief Justice Paul, 8. 28 ; 12. 410, 
412; 14. 163; 20. 212. 

Dudley, Rebecca (Mrs. Sewall), 12. 367. 

Dudley, Mrs. Rebecca (Tyng), portrait 
of, presented, 11. 201, 252. 

Dudley, Robert, Earl of Leicester, see 
Leicester. 

Dudley, Capt. Roger, 11. 207; 12. 270. 

Dudley, Samuel, 16. 265, 276.' 

Dudley, Sarah, 5. 95. 

Dudley, Thomas, LLC. 1651, d. 1655,8. 
12 20 25 

Dudley/Thomas, H.C. 1685, d. 1697, 8. 28. 

Dudley, Thomas, Governor of Massachu- 
setts, d. 1652, 3. 34 ; 4. 20, 155, 441 ; 5. 
95; 11. 202, 203, 205; 12. 8, 270, 396, 
409 ; 13. 79 ; 14. 126 n., 304 ; 16. 146 ; 17. 
124, 129; 18. 252; 20. 44, 65, 66, 66 n.. 
68, 68 n., 69, 73, 76, 78, 86n., 98, 118, 180, 
212. Letters between the Mathers and, 
1 . 6. Instructions of Queen Anne, 2. 310, 
310 n. Letters to the Mathers, 2. 440 n. 
Visited by Father Druillettes, 3. 34. 
Autograph letter to Gov. Winthrop, 3. 
311, 312. Removes to New England, 5. 
93; U.216. Portrait of, 6. 17. Life 



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of, n. 207-222. His parentage and 
birth, ii. 207. Early youth, n. 208. 
Commissioned as captain, and sent into 
France, u. 209. Return to England 
and marriage, n. 209. Steward of the 
Earl of Lincoln, n. 212-216. His re- 
gard for the Sabbath, n. 213. Gov- 
ernor of Massachusetts, u. 217. Let- 
ter to Gov. Bradford, n. 217, 218. 
Death of his wife, and his second mar- 
riage, ii. 220. His death, n. 222. Ac- 
count of, by Mather, cited, 3. 281 ; 4. 
127: 6. 81, 474, 475. Cited concerning 
Vassall, 6. 476 n. His Letter to the 
Countess of Lincoln, cited, 3. 288; 9. 
41 ; 20. 62 n. 

Dudley, William, 1682, 20. 23. 

Dudley, Col. William, 12. 410, 412; 13. 
211 ; 20. 212. Sent to Canada in 1706, 
5. 231. Commission of, as Major of 
Foot, presented, 11. 205. 

Dudley family, account of, by Adlard, 3. 
281. Report of the committee on the 
manuscript concerning, 4. 20, 21. Ped- 
igrees of, and of the Sutton-Dudleys, 6. 
79, 81, 82. 

Dudley, Sutton of, Barons, 12. 270. 

Dudley, Mass., 12. 403, 404. Origin of 
the name of, 12. 412. 

Dudlev Code of Laws for Harvard Col- 
lege", 14. 226-228. 

Duelly, William, a refugee, 18. 266. 

Duer, Col. William, 13. 82. 

Duff, Capt. James, 16. 71. 

Duffield, Rev. George, D.D., his sermon 
on the peace of 1783, 1. 7. 

Dug, John, killed by Indians, 14. 124. 

Dugdale, Sir William, his ' View of the 
late Troubles,' 18. 425, 429. 

Duggan, John, donations from, 1. 115, 139. 

Dugles, John, marriage of, 14. 150. 

Dugles, Mrs. Sarah, 14. 150. 

Du Houx, Charles, Baron de Viomesnil, sea 
Viomesnil. 

Duko, John, Lord Coleridge, see Coleridge. 

Dukett, Valentine, 15. 358. 

Dulap, Ens^n, 8. 393. 

Duley, Philip, 16. 262. 

Dumaresq, Capt. Philip, 12. 322. 

Dumaresque (Demaresque), Philip, 11. 
392, 395. A refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 266. 

Dumas, Alexandre, 6. 26. 

Dumas, Mathien, Comte, 10. 275; 18. 287. 

Dumeril, Andre Marie Constant, 14. 9. 

Dumford, Mrs. Augusta, letter from, 
read, 18. 268. 

Dumfries, IT*., ig. 71. 

Dummer, Jeremiah, 1. 26, 217 ; 8. 30; 13. 
110; 14. 185; 20. 2, 4. Portrait of, to 
be framed, 2. 78. Portrait of, to be 
repaired, 2. 289 n. Portrait of, re- 
paired, 2. 296. Portrait of, claimed by 
Mrs. A. D. Perkins, 2. 300. His por- 
trait to be returned to Mrs. A. D. Per- 



kins, 2. 302. Note from Judge Sewall 
to, 12. 374. His ' Defence of the New 
England Charters/ 1. 8. His ' De Jure 
Judaeorum Sabbati,' 1. 18. ' Letter on 
the Canada Expedition/ 1. 20. A man- 
uscript of, presented, 1. 145. Letter 
of, given, 1. 200. 

Dummer, Rev. Shubael, 8. 12, 21,26; 12. 
360. Killed by Indians, 14. 127. 

Dummer, Lieut.- Gov. William, 12. 404 ; 
16. 52 ; 18. 319, 368, 369 ; 20. 211. His 
conference with the Indians, 1. 19. 

Dummer Academy, 5. 413; 6. 283; 14. 
182; 18. 355; 20. 233. 

Dumont, Pierre Etienne Louis, 20. 390. 

Dumouriez, Gen. Charles Francois, his 
' Memoires/ 1. 75. 

Dunbar, Prof. Charles F., 14. 25. Elect- 
ed a Resident Member, 13. 425. Accepts 
membership, 13. 449. 

Dunbar, Rev. Elijah, Jr., donation from, 
1. 202. 

Dunbar, George, 13. 374. 

Dunbar, Robert, 13. 372. 

Dunbar, Rev. Samuel, 3. 28 ; 7. 204, 210; 
13. 372. 

Dunbar, Simeon, M.D., 13. 372, 374. 

Dunbar's Camp, 3. 231, 283. 

Duncan, Mrs. (Han), 5. 10. 

Duncan, Alexander, a refugee from Bos- 
ton in 1776, 18. 266. 

Duncan, Alexander, 13. 325; 14. 26, 159; 
19. 249. Presents a copy of the Albe- 
marle portrait of Washington to the 
Society, 13. 326. Vote of thanks to, 13. 
327. 

Duncan, George, 5. 9. 

Duncan, Lion. James H., 4. 99. 

Duncan, John, killed by Indians, 14 124. 

Duncan, H. T., donation from, 4. 133. 

Duncan, Mrs. Henry, communication 
from, 12. 57. 

Duncklee, C. T., donation from, 8. 254. 

Dundas, Capt., 18. 78. 

Dundas, Henry, 1st Viscount Melville, see 
Melville. 

Dundas, Gen. Thomas, 19. 69. 

Dunham, Capt. Cornelius, deposition re- 
lating to the sword worn by Warren 
at Bunker Hill, 9. 348. 

Dunham, Lieut. Levi, 15. 78 

Dunk, Mary Montague, Lady Osborne, 
see Osborne. 

Dunkard, Penn., 17. 197 n. 

Dunkard's Creek, 17. 197 n. 

Dunker's Bottom, 17. 197, 197 n. 

Dunkin, Chancellor, 4. 97. 

Dunlap, Daniel, refugee, 18. 266. 

Dunlap, John, his 'Daily Advertiser/ 1. 57. 

Dunlap, William, 12. 328. Description 
of a painting by, 11. 18. Drawings 
by him, 11. 23. His ' History of New 
York/ 2. 148. His comedy, * The 
Father, or American Shandyism/ 11. 
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Dunley, Thomas, 15. 117. 

Dunmore, John Murray, Earl of, and 
Governor of Virginia, 4. 38 ; 5. 5 ; 6. 
186, 187; 7. 223; 14. 267, 351, 352, 
355, 356, 358. His letters in regard to 
Virginia laid before Parliament, 6. 
186, 187. Proclamation of, offering 
freedom to slaves enlisting in the Brit- 
ish Army, 6. 186-192, 224 ; 14. 351. 
English account of his action, 6. 187. 
Letters of, 6. 192, 193. His regiment 
of blacks, 6. 204. Distrusted by the 
slaves, 6. 221. Letters to Sir H: Clin- 
ton, 6. 224, 228-230. Efforts to secure 
negro troops, 6. 224-231. Proposal to, 
6. 225-227. Letters to, from J. Cruden, 
6. 225-228. Letters from, to Lord G: 
Germain, 6. 230, 231, 233. Driven 
from Gwin's Island, 7. 261. 

Dunmore, William, 15. 76. 

Dunmore, ship, 6. 192. 

Dunn, John, LL.D., nominated a Corre- 
sponding Member, 1. 108. Elected, 1. 
109. 

Dunn, Robinson P., D.D., 18. 339. 

Dunn, S., his Map of the British Empire 
in N. America, 2. 524. 

Dunnell, H. G., M.D., donation from, 6. 
23. 

Dunning, John, Baron Ashburton, see Ash- 
burton. 

Dunscombe, George H., 14. 16. 

Dunstable. Eng., 13. 72 n. 

Dunstable, Mass., 5. 91 ; 7. 235; 12. 394, 
401 n., 406 n. ; 17. 367 n. Origin of the 
name of, 12. 398. Indian attack on, 
14. 142. 

Dunster, David, 5. 155. Legacy to, 5. 154. 

Dunster, Dorothy, 5. 155. Legacy to, 5. 
154. 

Dunster, Henry, 17. 158. 

Dunster, Henry, Emmanuel College, 1644, 
20. 23. 

Dunster, Henry, father of President Dun- 
ster, letter from, 2. 550. 

Dunster, Rev. Henry, President of Har- 
vard College, d. 1659, 4. 441, 444; 5. 155, 
156 ; 10. 408 ; 13. 133 ; 14. 225 ; 17. 140, 
342, 348. President of Harvard Col- 
lege, letter from, to Christian Ravis, 2. 
467. Life of, by the Rev. J. Chaplin, 
2. 584 w. Letter concerning the resi- 
dence of the Dunster family, 2. 584. 
Mr. Folsom's inscription for his monu- 
ment, 13. 37. Quotation from a MS. 
of, relating to George Herbert, 9. 464. 

Dunster, Rev. Isaiah, 1. 421 ; 12. 269. 

Dunster, Jason, 17. 158. 

' Dunster Papers,' 12. 68. In Vol. II. of 
the fourth series of the Collections, 
cited, 2. 550 n. 

Dunton, , 17. 177. 

Dunton, John, ip. 348 ; 20. 153. His 
' Life and Errors/ 2. 449 n. ; 6. 405 ; 
13. 123. His ' Letters from New Eng 



land,' 10. 348; 13. 415 n. His 'Complete 
Library ' cited, 15. 257. Sketch of Dr. 
Bullivant by, 16. 102. 

Dunton, Lieut. Moses, 15. 86. 

Dupee, Beck & Sayles, donation from, 5. 
203. 

Dupin, Andre-Marie- Jean- Jacques, his 
' Trial of Jesus/ 2. 567. 

Dupin, Baron Charles, 13. 14 ; 15. 202. 
Elected Honorary Member, 4. 258. 
His opinion of Massachusetts, 4. 119, 
120. Sketch of, 4. 233. His death, 12. 
xviii. Death of, noticed by the Presi- 
dent, 12. 442, 443. 

Du Pin, Louis Ellies, his ' Ecclesiastical 
History,' 18. 429. . 

Duplessis, Joseph Siffrein, portrait of 
Franklin by, 20. 264. 

Duplessis, see Mornay. 

Duplicate books, 10. 174. 

Du Ponceau, Peter S., LL.D., 1. 375 ; 12. 
331 ; 13. 75. Nominated a Correspond- 
ing Member, 1. 266. Elected, 1. 270. 
Letters received from, 1. 254, 263, 372. 
Votes of thanks to, 1. 279, 375. Dona- 
tions from, 1. 375, 376, 473. 

Dupont, Rear-Admiral Samuel F., 11. 136, 
137. 

Duportail-Lebegue, Chevalier Louis, 14. 
333. Exchanged, 5. 342. 

Du Pratz, Le Page, his history of Louisi- 
ana, 1. 122, 167. 

Dupre, , engraver, 13. 291. Medal of 

Gen. Greene, design tor, exhibited, g. 
82. 

Duquesne, Marquis ( Governor of Canada), 
H.317. 

Durand, A. B., 16. 390. 

Durand, Jean Baptiste Vincent, Baron, 
15. 58. 

Durant, Augustus, donation, 4. 437. 

Durant, Henry F., 19. 203. 

Durell, Capt., 13. 413. 

Durell, Peter, 17. 158. 

Duren, Elnathan F., donations from, 8. 
442; 10. 331; 11. 499. 

Durfee, Rev. Calvin, donation from, 2 
59. 

Durfee, Hon. Job, LL.D., nominated a 
Corresponding Member, 2. 89. Elected, 
2. 90. Accepts membership, 2. 96. Do- 
nation from, 2. 286. 

Durham, John, aged 101, 8. 435. 

Durham, Samuel, cash paid to, by order 
of Harvard College, 6. 354. 

Durham, N. H., 8. 44, 45 ; 17. 152, 153 ; 
19. 127. 

Durivage, Francis A., to make a copy of 
portrait of Gen. Lincoln, 2. 592. 

Durkee, Lieut- Col., 15. 160. 

Durkee, Major John, 14. 87, 90 ; 15. 105, 
107. 

Dury, Rev. John, 16. 212. 

Dustin, Alexander, 2. 107 n. 

Dustin, Hannah, 14. 131. 



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INDEX OP THE PROCEEDINGS 



Dutch, the intercourse of the Plymouth 
settlers with, 3. 252. Recapture of New 
Netherlands, 3. 333. Complained of by 
Scot, 6. 69 n., 72 n. Their rule in New 
York, 3. 124. 

Dutch medals relating to America, 11. 
302-304. 

Dutch newspapers, 6. 365. 

Dutch Protestants, petition from, dated 
1777, 3. 155. 

Dutch Reformed Church, N.Y., 8. 239. 

Dutch West-India Company, 10. 382. 

Dutche, , 5. 126. 

Dutrone-la-Couture, Jacques Francois, 
M.D., his 'Pre'cis sur la Canne/ 1. 218. 

Dutton, Mr., 16. 293. 

Dutton, Mrs., 16. 304. 

Dutton, E. P., 6. 36. Map of Boston and 
Vicinity issued by, 6, 40. 

Dutton, Sir Richard, 18. 13 n. 

Dutton, Hon. Samuel E., 14. 329. 

Dutton, Warren, 10. 58 ; 19. 175-178. And 
the foundation of Lowell, 5. 269. 

Duvallon, see Berquin-Duvallon. 

Du Vivier, engraver, 13. 289-291. 

Duxbury, Mass., 12. 394; 17. 206, 344; 
18. 365. Settlement of, 9. 27. Origin 
of the name of, 12. 399. 

Duyckinck, Evert Augustus, 8. 2 ; 12. 
183; 17.66. Elected a Corresponding 
Member, 8. 481. Donations from. 9. 1, 2. 
Acceptance of Corresponding Member- 
ship, 9. 2. Vote of thanks to, for his 
donation of the ' Cyclopaedia of Ameri- 
can Literature/ 9. 2. His death, 16. 
xvi. Announced by the President, 16. 
252. His ' Cyclopaedia ' cited, 4. 418 ; 
7. 269 n.; 19. 162 n., 176 n. 

Duyer, Edmund, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 266. 

Dwight, , Brookfield, 17. 338. 

Dwight, Col., 4. 42. 

Dwight, Mr., 19. 418. 

Dwight, Mrs., 19. 18. 

Dwight, Hon. Edmund, 10. 283 ; 18. 356. 
Letter from, read, 11. 228. 

Dwight, Gamaliel L. (Otis fr Dwight), 11. 
308. 

Dwight, Hon. Henry W., 19. 42, 42 n. 

Dwight, John S., complimentary concert 
to, 18. 262. 

Dwight, Josiah (1762), 20. 47 n. 

Dwight, Rev. Josiah, H.C. 1687, 8. 28. 

Dwight, Rev. Louis, donations from, 2. 
445, 524. 

Dwight, Mrs, Mary (Woolsey), 11. 18. 

Dwight, Hon. Theodore, A.M., d. 1846, 
nominated a Corresponding Member, 
1.482. Elected, 1.487. Accepts mem- 
bership, 1. 495. 

Dwight, Theodore, Jr., <7.1866, 14.63^. ; 
15. 386-388. Nominated a Correspond- 
ing Member, 1.481. Elected, 1. 487. Do- 
nation from, 1. 481 ; 2. 116. Vote of 
thanks to, 1. 481. Desires to use the 



Trumbull Manuscripts, 2. 178. His 
death, 9. xvi; 10. 3. Announcement 
of the death of, 9. 359. Letter from, 
15. 386. 

Dwight, Theodore F., 19. 240. 

Dwight, Hon. Thomas, donation from, 1. 
216. Letter from, to J. Lovell, 5. 15, 
16. 

Dwight, Rev. Timothy, D.D., LL.D., 
President of Yale College, d. 1817, 3. 391 ; 
11. 21, 23; 16. 147; 17. 151; 20. 257. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 1. 
107. Elected, 1. 107. Visit to his resi- 
dence, 11. 18. His song of 'Columbia/ 
2. 316 n. His ' Travels ' cited, 16. 148 ; 
19. 399 n., 404 n., 408 n., 415 n. 

Dwight, Lieut -Col Wilder, 10. 135; 16. 
446. Death of, 6. 326, 327 n. 

Dwight, Mrs. William, donation from, 10. 
135. 

Dwight School, Boston, Mass., 6. 33. 

Dy, John, 13. 118. 

Dyar, Mr., kidnapped, 8. 377. His re- 
venge, 8. 378. 

Dyce, Rev. Alexander, 17. 306. 

Dyer, Mr., 1779, 6. 216-218. 

Dyer, Lieut. Asa, 15. 84. 

Dyer (Dyre), Benjamin, 12. 108. 

Dyer, Eliphalet, report of committee on 
the safety of the Southern States, 6. 
216-218. 

Dyer, Ezra C, Esq., donation from, 9. 
177. Donation of two broadsides by, 
9. 178. 

Dyer (Giles?), 12. 365. 

Dyer, Hannah (Mrs. Bullard), 14. 150. 

Dyer, Henry, 14. 149. 

Dyer, Mary, 13. 132. 

Dyer, Mary, 18. 359, 389, 391, 392, 398. 

Dyer, Mrs. Mary M., donation from, 3. 
114. 

Dykewoode, Thomas, assumes the family 
name Peter, 7. 116. 

Dykewoode family, 7. 116. 

Dymock, Cressy, 16. 213. 



E. 

' E. D./ verses signed, 14. 273, 274. 

E. I., 7. 295. 

E pluribus unum, origin of, 6. 252 ; 13. 

39, 40. 
Eager, Lieut.-Col. Nathan, 15. 82, 94, 160. 
Eames, Capt ,5-7. 
Eames (Ernes), Henry, 12. 107. 
Eames, John, 1711, 20. 312. 
Eames, Lieut. John, 15. 83. 
Eames, Penelope (Mrs. Little), 20. 273. 
Eames, Rebecca, 20. 312, 314-316. 
Eames, Sarah (Mrs. Palmer), 1. 343. 
Earle, Pliny, donation from, 10. 206. 
Earle, T., portrait painter, 11. 18. 



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Earle, William B., letter from, referred 
to the committee on the publication of 
the Proceedings, 20. ^81. 
Earlom, Richard, 5. 236 ; 14. 161. 
* Early Proceedings of the Society/ 16. 
370 ; 17. 67, 75, 119, 122, 154n., 174, 243, 
254, 299 ; 18. 26, 379, 406, 413. The 
first volume of, announced, 17. 88. 
Publication of the second volume of, 
18. 67. Vote of thanks to the commit- 
tee on, 18. 68. Cited, 17. 120 n., 254 n., 
263 n. See Proceedings of the Society. 
Earthquakes, 14. 123, 127. ' Essay on the, 
of 1755,' 1. 7. In New England, Oct. 
29, 1727, 12. 247, 249. At Naples, 1694, 
13. 110. 
Eason, Capt. Robert, 14. 136. 
East Boston, 18. 284, 285. Names of 
streets in, 6. 29. Need of a correct map 
of, 6. 36. 
East Boston Company, 18. 285. 
East Bridgewater, Mass., 4. 99. 
East Brooklyn, 4. 101. 
East Cambridge, 3. 371, 372. 
East Chester, N. Y. t 18. 75. 
East Granby, Conn., 16. 82 n. 
East Greenwich, R. I., 4. 224 ; 20. 95. 
East Hartford, Conn., 11. 26. 
East India Company, 4. 217, 218 ; 20. 10, 

24. 
East India Marine Museum, 15. 196. 
East India Marine Society, Salem, 13. 33. 
East Indies, curiosities from, 1. 91. Ice- 
trade extended to, 3. 53, 54, 56, 57. 
East Lexington, Mass., 19. 92. 
East River, 3. 123. Historical dwellings 

on, 3. 124. 
East Windsor, Conn., 16. 155. 
Eastburn, Bishop Manton, 7. 101; 18. 311. 
Easterbrook, Rev. Joseph, 12. 106. 
'Eastern Argus,' 1. 177, 191. 
Eastham, Mass., 12. 394, 395, 399; 17. 344. 
Eastman, John H., 2. 110 n. Donation 

from, 2. 338. 
Easton, John, Governor of Rhode Island, 

12. 411. 
Easton, Nicholas, Governor of Rhode 

Island, 12. 411 ; 19. 327. 
Easton, Mass., town of, 2. 547; 7. 204, 
227, 235; 12. 403, 404; 15. 5; 19. 257, 
259. Origin of the name of, 12. 411. 
Easton, Perm., 20. 90, 91. The ' Argus/ 

11. 329. 
Eastport, Me., 17. 374-376, 378, 379, 382. 
Eastport Lyceum, donation from, 1. 494. 
' Eastport Sentinel/ 17. 377. 
Eastwick, Grissilda (Mrs. Apthorp), 16. 

386, 387. 
Easty, Benjamin, 20. 320. 
Easty, Isaac, the elder, 20. 286, 313, 317. 
Easty, Isaac, the younger, 20. 286. 
Easty, Jacob, 20.' 313; 318. 
Easty, John, 20. 317. 
Easty, Joseph, 20. 286, 320. 
Easty, Joshua, 20. 320. ' 

10 



Easty, Mary, 20. 313, 315, 316, 318. 
Eaton, Airs , Boston, 12. 60. 
Eaton, Rev. Asa, D.U., 15. 176. 
Eaton, Benjamin, 13. 438. 
Eaton, Benoni, legacy to, 5. 156. 
Eaton, Cyrus, A.M., 14. 25, 155; 17. 
378. Nominated a Corresponding Mem- 
ber, 2. 537. Elected, 2. 539. Accepts 
membership, 2. 539. Donation from, 
2. 539. His death, 13. xviii. Death 
of, announced, 13. 426. Biographical 
sketch of, by Mr. J. L. Sibley, 13. 438- 
445. 
Eaton, David S., n. 308. 
Eaton, Emily, 13. 442-444. 
Eaton, Hon. John Henry, 19. 39, 39w., 41, 

47. 
Eaton, Lilly, donation from, 2. 299. 
Eaton, Luther H., 17. 216. 
Eaton, Mary (Mrs. Hill), 14. 147 n. 
Eaton, Mrs. Mary (Lermond), 13. 440. 
Eaton, Mrs. Mary (Stacy), 13. 438. 
Eaton, Nathaniel, 13. 133 ; 17. 344. Flees 

from New England, 5. 156. 
Eaton, Lieut. Nathaniel, 15. 79 n. 
Eaton, Samuel, 8. 12, 20, 25. 
Eaton, Gov. Theophilus, d. 1657, 11. 178, 

181 ; 14. 147 n. 
Eaton, W. O., donation from, 10. 206. 
Eaton, William, 3 260. 
Eaton, Gen. William, 10 358. 
Eaton's Flogging-school, 10. 445. 
Eavens, Mr. David, 3. 338. 
Ebeling, Prof. Christopher D., i. 323. 
Donations from, 1. 67, 87, 89, 111, 122- 
124, 130, 131, 138, 145, 191, 217, 269. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 
1. 69. Elected, 1. 77. A letter to be 
sent to, 1. 87. Vote of thanks to, 1. 129. 
The second series of the Collections to 
be sent to, 1. 241. Death of, 1. 266 n. 
Dr. Holmes to prepare a memoir of, 1. 
266 n. His map of Maine, 1. 135. His 
library, 1. 279 n. ; 2. 212, 213. Copy of 
the Collections voted to, 2. 68 n. To 
receive a copy of the Society's publica- 
tions, 2. 69 n. ' Memoir of/ 2 509 n. 
MS. memorandum of, 6. 251 ; 11. 5. 
On the translation of Chastellux's 
Travels, 6. 427. 
Ebeling Collection, 6. 251. 
Ebeling Library, 2. 212, 213. 
Ebenezer, Ga., 8. 215. 
Eburne, Richard, his 'Plaine Pathway to 

Plantations/ 20. 230. 
Eck, Johann, 20 374. 
Eckhel, Jos. Hilarius, 13. 33. 
Eckley, David, donations from, 2. 67, 71, 

170. 
Eckley, Rev. Joseph, D.D., donations 
from, 1. 130, 191. Donation of his MS. 
sermons, 2. 67 ; 5. 407. 
Ecton, Eng., 3. 175 ; 6. 334 ; 10. 163. 
Original record book of, donated to the 
Society, 3. 174, 175. 



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Eddington, Me., 17. 216. 

Eddy, Mr., Providence, 19. 371, 374, 376. 

Eddy, Daniel C, 3 33. 

Eddy, Hon. Samuel, LL.D., nominated 
a Corresponding Member, 1. 169. 
Elected, 1. 174. 

Eden, Richard, 17. 358. 

Edes, Benjamin, printer, d. 1803, 1. 9, 13, 
443; 5. 88 n. ; 11. 140; 12. 174, 175 n., 
178,180; 13. 178; 20. 11, 14. Dona- 
tions from, 1. 48, 82, 98, 112, 122, 130. 
Residence of, 12. 178: Publisher of 
the ' Boston Gazette,' 12. 179. Punch- 
bowl belonging to, 13. 131, 186. See 
Edes & Gill. 

Edes, Benjamin, son of the preceding, 12. 
179. 

Edes, Col. Benjamin, son of Peter, 12. 
179. 

Edes, Benjamin Caldwell, 12. 174, 176, 
180. 

Edes, Mrs. Elizabeth (Walker), 12. 179. 

Edes, Mrs. Esther (Hall), 12. 179. 

Edes, Grace (Lawrence), 12. 179 n. 

Edes, Henry, 19. 175. 

Edes, Henry H., 16. 387, 393 ; 18. 68. Let- 
ter from, 12. 176-181. Gift from, 18. 1. 
His 'Historical Sketches of the Har- 
vard Church/ 1. 328 n. 

Edes, John, Sen., 12. 179 n. 

Edes, John, son of the preceding, 12. 179 n. 

Edes, Mrs. Martha (Starr), 12. 179. 

Edes, Mrs. Mary Ann (Cuming), dona- 
tion from, 12. 174, 180. 

Edes, Peter, father of Benjamin, the printer, 
12. 179, 179 n. 

Edes, Peter, son of Benjamin, 12. 176, 
178 n., 179, 219; "13. 178, 186. Dona- 
tion from, 1. 103. Letter of, giving 
an account of the ' Boston Tea Party/ 
12. 174-176 ; 13. 186. Journal of, 12. 
177 n. 

Edes, Richard Walker, 12. 179n. 

Edes, Sarah Rhodes, 12. 179 n. 

Edes, Thomas, 11. 140. 

Edes & Gill, printers, 6. 482 ; 13. 168, 177, 
187, 195, 205, 208. The 'North Amer- 
ican Almanac and Massachusetts Reg- 
ister/ 3. 142 n. 

Edes's shipyard, Boston, 19. 105. 

Edgartown, Mass., 12. 128, 395, 400. 

Edgecomb, Mr., New London, 11. 200. 

Edgecomb, Me., 12. 408, 419. 

Edgecombe, George, 1st Earl, 12. 419. 

Edgecombe, Sir Richard, deed from Sir 
Ferdinando Gorges to, 2. 73 n., 74, 74 w., 
75-77. 

Edgehill, Charlotte Co., Va., 18. 421. 

Edgeley, Thomas, see Edgerly. 

Edgerly, Elizabeth, 14. 128 n. 

Edgerly, Joseph, 14. 128 n. 

Edgerly, Susanna, 14. 128 n. 

Edgerly, Thomas, 14. 128 n. ; 16. 265; 

17. 228. 
Edgerly, Thomas, Jr., 14. 128 n. 



Edgerly, Zachariah, killed bv Indians, 
14. 128 n. 

Edgeworth, Maria, 14. 312 ; 20. 390. 

Edgeworth, Richard Lovell/14. 312. 

Edggeremmet, Indian, 14. 130. 

Edict of Nantes, 2. 209. Revocation of, 
4. 388. 

Edinburgh, Medico-Chirurgical Society 
of, see Medico-Chirurgical, etc. 

* Edinburgh Advertiser ' cited, 13. 178. 

'Edinburgh Encyclopaedia/ 18. 186. 

' Edinburgh Review/ 6. 297 ; 16. 427 ; 20. 
359. Notice of Motley's * United Neth- 
erlands ' in, 16. 436. 

Edinburgh University, diploma of Gov. 
Bowdoin from, 14. 205. 

Edith, bark, 7. 413, 415. First American 
steamer that went to India, 7. 412. 

Edith, yacht, 7. 415, 416. 

Edith Warren, ship, 14. 338. 

Editors of 1796, 5. 56. 

Edmans, Jonathan, 20. 10. 

Edson, Jos i ah, 8. 349. A refugee from 
Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 

Edson, Robert, 13. 372. 

Education, J. Sparks's views of, 10. 307. 
Dr. Jacob Bigelow's services in the 
cause of, 17. 449-456. 

Edward I. of England, 17. 306. 

Edward II. of England, 17. 306. 

Edward III. of England, 3. 187; 20. 145, 
162. 

Edward VI. of England, 10. 383; 20. 
145 n., 150 n. 

Edward the Black Prince, 6. 26. 

Edwards, , 15. 337. 

Edwards, Mr., 16. 296. 

Edwards, Alexander, n. 140. 

Edwards, Alfred P., 19. 349 n. 

Edwards, Alphonse Milne, 14. 22. 

Edwards, Prof. Bela Bates, 10. 355. Do- 
nations from, 1. 495, 496; 2. 16, 23, 51, 
64, 214, 215. 

Edwards, Bryan, Ins ' History of the 
West Indies/ 1. 122. Engraving in his 
* History of the West Indies/ 10. 32. 

Edwards, Edward, 19. 80. His ' Life and 
Letters of Sir Walter Raleigh ' cited, 
13. 84, 86, 90; 15. 385 n. ; 19. 81 n. 

Edwards, Henry, Esq., donation from, 9. 
66. 

Edwards, Henry Milne, 14. 9. 

Edwards, Jacob, 19. 357. 

Edwards, John, 11. 140. 

Edwards, Rev. John, D.D., his book on 
the difficult texts, 18. 426. His 'Au- 
thority, Style, and Perfection of the 
Holy Scriptures/ 18. 427. His works 
on the Divine Existence and on Provi- 
dence, 18. 428. 

Edwards, Rev. Jonathan, D.D., d. 1758, 
President of the College of New Jersey, 
1. 9, 291, 312 ; 3. 391 *; 10. 245 ; 16. 155, 
365 ; 17. 94, 137 ; 19. 6. His ' Northamp- 
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Edwards Rev. Jonathan, D.D., d. 1801, 
President of Union College, n. 15. His 
' Observations on the Language of the 
Muhhekaneew Indians/ i. 1*23, 130. 

Edwards, Joseph, 20. 11. 

Edwards, Thomas, ig. 151, 157-167, 169- 
175, 178. Donation from, 1. 26. Auto- 
graph of, faces 19. 169. 

Edwards, Rev. Timothy, 8. 29. 

Edwards, Rev. Tryon, donation from, 2. 
187. 

Edwards, William Frederic, 14. 14. 

Edwards, William H., donation from, 3. 
229. 

Edwardston, Eng., 4. 148. 

Eeles, Nathaniel, 18. 375, 376. 

Eell Lake and River, Me., 17. 216. 

Eelles (Eels), Rev. Nathaniel, E. C. 1099, 
d. 1750, 8. 30. 

Effingham, John, aged 144, 8. 435. 

Effingham, Thomas Howard, 3d Earl of, 
14. 236. 

Egan, John, MS. note by, in an edition 
of 'The Triple Cord,' 11. 410 w. 

Egerton, Francis, Duke of Bridgewater, 
see Bridgewater. 

Egerton, John, 2c? Duke of Bridgewater, 
see Bridgewater. 

Egery, Capt. Daniel, Report of, 4. 303. 

Egle, William H., M.D., his ' History of 
Pennsylvania ' cited, 17. 200 n , 201 n. 

Egmont, Lamoral, Count, 16 425. 

Egrees, Capt. Daniel, 15. 78 w., 79. 

Egremont, Charles Wyndham, Earl of, 
12 416. 

Egremont, Mass., 12 405, 407, 416. 

Egypt, 3 207; 6. 306, 334. Antiquities 
of, see Ripaud, L. M. 

Egyptians, 3 108, 198. Customs regard- 
ing the dead, 6. 471, 472. 

Ehrenberg, Christian Gottfried, 4. 317. 

Eights, Dr. James, his account of the 
Pinkster Jubilee at Albany, ig. 401 n. 

Elatson, Mrs. (Pemberton), 14. 139 n. 

Elberson, W., 20. 13. 

Elbow Lane, Philadelphia, 17. 205 n. 

Elbridge, Giles, 14. 367. 

Elcano, see Cono, J. S. 

Eld, — , 18. 73. 

Eld, Lieut-Col. George, diary of, commu- 
nicated by Mr. Chase, 18 70-79. 

Elder, Miss, 12. 329. 

Elder, in medicine, 5. 395, 399. 

Elderton, , 20. 150 n. 

Eldon, John Scott, Earl, 2. 161 ; 10. 197. 

Eldredge (Elbridge), , 13. 133. 

Eldredge, Mrs. Ebenezer (Orcutt), 10. 
214. 

Eldridge's 'New Chart of Boston Har- 
bor/ presented, 8. 279. 

Eldwag, David, 14. 85. 

Eleanor of Castile, 17. 306. 

Election of members, see Corresponding 
Members, Honorary Members, and 
Resident Members, Election of. 



Election of officers, see Annual Meeting 
and Officers of the Society. 

Election sermon, a list of the preachers 
of the annual, to be prepared, 1. 213. 
List of preachers at the General Elec- 
tions in Massachusetts, 2. 293 n., 294 n. 

Elections, Statute of 1643, 1. 249. 

Electoral College, 2. 7. 

Elery, Benjamin, 4. 65. 

Elford, Jo., 5. 126. 

Elford, Capt. Matthew, R.N., 12. 253-255. 

Elgin, James Bruce, Earl of ig. 8. 

Elgin Marbles, 17. 439. 

Elia, 6. 26. 

Eliaers, Auguste, 18. 431. 

Elie de Beaumont, Jean Baptiste Jacques, 
20. 359, 360. 

Eliot, Andrew, son of John Eliot, D.D., d. 
1863, 11. 308. Deposits the portrait of 
John Rogers the martyr, with the So- 
ciety, 2. 585, 605, 611. His parentage, 
and account of his family, 2. 611. 

Eliot, Mrs. Andrew, 16. 182, 284, 293. 

Eliot, Rev. Andrew, A. M., Fairfield, 
Conn., son of Andrew Eliot, D.D., IPC. 
1762, d. 1805, 2. 439; g. 254; 11. 17- 
19; 16. 181, 182 n., 282, 283, 287, 304. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 
1. 119. Elected, 1. 120. Donations 
from, 1. 122, 138, 146, 154, 167, 178. 
Memoir of, 2. 509 n. Letter of Dr. 
Eliot to, 16. 183. 

Eliot, Rev. Andrew, D.D., d. 1778, 1. 
500 n.; 3-25,114; 7. 177, 177 n., 195; 8. 
225,482; 10. 125, 126, 128, 161, 162; 13. 
221, 222, 224 ; 15. 343, 362, 391 n. ; 16. 
13, 181, 182 n., 282 n., 283 n., 285 n., 289, 
291, 292 n., 297 n., 298n., 300n. ; 18. 
347 ; 20. 211. Autograph letter of, 2. 
179. Receives the books and papers 
of Gov. Hutchinson, at his home, after 
the riot, 3 138; 13. 221. Letter from, 
to his son Andrew, 16. 183. Letter 
from, to T. B. Hollis, 16. 281. Letters 
to his son John, 16. 282-286, 293-295, 
297, 299, 300, 303-306. Letters to his 
son Samuel, 16. 286, 287, 291, 292, 296- 
303, 305. Letter to Isaac Smith, Jr. , 16. 
287-289. To Daniel Parker, 16. 292. 

Eliot, Mrs. Ann (Tread well), 2. 611. Her 
feeling towards the portrait of Rogers 
the martyr, 2. 612, 614. 

Eliot, Anna, 16. 282. 

Eliot, Benjamin, 8. 13, 22, 27 ; 10. 403, 
407. 

Eliot, Charles, H.C. 1809, 1. 232 n. 

Eliot, Charles W., LL.D., President of 
Harvard College, 11. 292; 12. 262 n. ; 13. 
266; 14 22; 15 374; ig. 357. Elected 
a Resident Member, 13. 104. Accepts 
membership, 13. 105. Notices death 
of Dr. Walker, 13. 403. Pays a tribute 
to Gov. Clifford, 14. 187. 

Eliot, Edward G., 3d Earl of St. Germans, 
see St. Germans. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Eliot, Elizabeth, daughter of Dr. Eliot, 16. 

282-284, 287,292, 294-296, 300-302, 306. 

Eliot, Elizabeth Gookin (Mrs. Quincy), 

16. 398. 

Eliot, Mrs. Elizabeth (Greenleaf), i6.282, 
283, 295, 296, 298, 299, 302. 

Eliot, Ephraim, M.D., i. 234, 235, 237, 
239, 252, 262, 264, 270, 272, 274, 277, 
279, 283, 337 ; 16. 182 n., 280, 282. 
Nominated a Resident Member, i. 231. 
Elected, i. 233. To prepare a memoir 
of Dr. Rand, i. 349. Allowed to take 
out books for the New Hampshire 
Medical Society, I. 377. Resigns mem- 
bership, i. 386. Notice of, i. 500 n. 
Donation from, 2. 423. Letter describ- 
ing Dean Berkeley's chair, 3. 25. 
Sketch of, 7. 177 n. Account of the 
Physicians of Boston, 7. 177-184. 
Letter of, cited, 13. 222 n. 

Eliot, Rev. Jared, his ' Essays on Field 
Husbandry/ 1. 220. 

Eliot, John, 18. Ill, 116 n. 

Eliot, John, d. 1719, 8. 28. 

Eliot, Deacon John, 11. 140. 

Eliot, John, Jr., 1811, 1. 221 n., 263. Do- 
nation from, 1. 218. 

Eliot, Rev. John, d. 1690, Apostle to the 
Indians, 1. 33 ; 2. 54 ; 6. 5 ; 8. 19, 241, 
252; 10. 161, 329; 11. 201; 13. 349; 
14. 303 ; 15. 226 ; 16. 4, 183, 396 ; 17. 
129, 142, 148, 243, 348, 358, 361, 441 ; 
19. 388-390 ; 20. 212, 265-268. Dr. 
Eliot's account of, 1. 151. Letters of, 
2. 495. Tracts in relation to his work 
among the Indians, 3. 287. Autograph 
letter to Gov. Endicott, 3. 311-313. His 
Indian Bible presented to Charles II., 
5. 376. The dedication to Hon. R. 
Boyle in the Bible, 5. 378, 379. His 
Indian Bible, sold in 1842 for $25, in 
1843 for $39, 10. 427. Counter Dec- 
laration of, and others, 12. 106. Birth- 
place of, 12. 413. Description of two 
copies of his Indian Bible, 13. 307-310. 
Dankers's visit to him, 13. 310, 311. 
Letter to, from the Hadley church, 17. 
146-148. Letter of, to Mr. Hord, 17. 
245, 246. Letters of, to Mr. Ashurst, 

17. 246, 247, 249, 250. Letter of, to 
the commissioners of the united colo- 
nies in New England, 17. 247-249. Let- 
ter of, to Robert Boyle, 17. 253. His 
' Harmony of the Gospels in the His- 
tory of the Sufferings of Jesus Christ,' 
1. 10. His Indian Bible, 1. 53 ; 10. 455, 
427 ; 12. 373 ; 13. 427. His Indian 
Grammar, 1. 123. His ' Christian Com- 
monwealth,' 2. 191, 192, 192 n., 328. 
His • Brief Narrative,' 10. 320, 321. 

Eliot, Rev. John, son of the Apostle, H.C. 
1656, 8. 12, 21, 26 ; 16. 398. 

Eliot, Rev. John, D.D., H.C 1772, d. 
1813, 1. 1,4, 5, 13, 14, 15 n., 17 n., 22, 
24, 27, 29, 30, 32-36, 39-41, 48, 49, 



51, 62, 107-110, 116, 117, 121,^24, 126, 
127, 129, 132-136, 139, 140, 142-144, 
149, 150, 156, 160 n., 165, 166, 168, 169, 
172, 176, 179, 186-188, 193-197, 199, 
200, 206, 207, 213-216, 219, 220, 222, 
223. 225, 226, 228-230, 231 n., 242 n., 
266 w., 459 n., 473, 483 n., 500 n. ; 3. 25 ; 
4. 112; 7. 177 n. ; 8.43,45,223; 9. 197; 
10. 161, 343; 12. 5, 65, 434; 14. 108, 
311 ; 16. 283, 285, 287, 295, 297 n., 300 n., 
301, 303, 305; 17. 19w., 85, 165; 19. 
390. Formation of the Society, 1. ix, 
x, xiii, xiv, xvi n., xxiii. One of the 
founders of the Society, 1. xiii, xiv; 2. 
viii, ix, 439, 611 ; 3. 166, 266, 351. To 
procure a room for the Library and 
Museum, 1. xviii. Rules for the Library 
and the Museum, 1. xix. To super- 
intend the publications of the Society, 
1. xx, xxv n. His portrait, 1. xxxiii. 
His death, 1. xli, 232 n. Elected Li- 
brarian and Cabinet-Keeper, 1. 4, 34, 
82, 97, 105, 117. Librarian, 1. 28, 36, 
39. List of books contributed by, 1. 
6, 7. Of committee to draw rules for 
the Library, 1. 14. Of committee to 
arrange the plan of the ' Apollo,' 1. 17. 
To prepare an account of the Society 
for Fleet's ' Register,' 1. 17. Of com- 
mittee to purchase Harris's * Collection 
of Voyages/ 1. 22. Presents report of 
committee to confer with Belknap and 
Young. 1. 23. Of Publication Commit- 
tee, 1. 24, 77, 108, 196. Of committee 
to define the powers of the Standing 
Committee, 1. 25, 27. Donations from, 
1. 30, 47, 48, 147. To take part in the 
exercises on the anniversary of the 
discovery of America, 1. 31. Of com- 
mittee on new rooms, 1. 35. Of com- 
mittee to report a plan for continuing 
the Society's publications, 1. 42. Of 
committee of arrangement for the cele- 
bration of the anniversary of the dis- 
covery of America, 1. 44. Makes a 
prayer on that occasion, 1. 45 n. Of 
committee to have binding done, 1. 49, 
54. Of committee to prepare for the 
meeting at Governor's Island, 1. 61. 
Of committee on the By-Laws, 1. 65. 
Of committee to ask Mr. Crocker for 
books, 1. 69. Of committee to contract 
for printing the Collections, 1. 78, 83. 
Of committee to reprint the Circular 
Letter, 1. 81. Of committee on the 
Treasurer's accounts, 1. 84, 189. Of 
committee to increase means for pub- 
lishing the Collections, 1. 86. To dis- 
pose of the volumes in the hands of 
the printer, 1. 99, 100. To make a list 
of the Trumbull and other manuscripts, 
1. 100. Of committee to sell useless 
books, 1. 101. Elected Corresponding 
Secretary, 1. 118, 125, 132. 140, 148, 
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221, 226. Corresponding Secretary, i. 
125, 144,158,160rc.,208,214, 222,500n.; 
3. 134. Dr. Allyn's letter to, accepting 
membership, 1. 128 n. To communicate 
vote of thanks to Prof. Ebeling, 1. 129. 
Letter of Mr. Foster to, 1. 133 n. Let- 
ters of Mr. Hall to, 1. 136 n. Of com- 
mittee to receive and keep account of 
the Collections, 1. 142. Of committee 
to select articles to be loaned to Mr. 
Turell, 1. 149. Of committee on alter- 
ation of the Constitution of the So- 
ciety, 1. 150. Dr. Freeman's letter to, 
1. 151 n. Of committee to reprint the 
Catalogue of the Library, 1. 162. , Of 
committee on reprinting the Collec- 
tions, 1. 165, 169, 216. Of committee 
on Earl Buchan's letter, 1. 172, 180. 
Letter from Dr. Anderson to, 1. 173 n. 
Col. Humphreys's letter to, with Wash- 
ington's epaulets, 1. 178 n. Letter to, 
from Gen. Vallancey, 1. 186 n. Of 
committee to select a place for sale of 
the Collections, 1. 188. Of committee 
to demand from Mr. Turell the ar- 
ticles belonging to the Cabinet, 1. 194. 
Of committee on an annual celebration 
of the landing at Plymouth, 1. 195. 
To write a letter of thanks to Mr. 
Smith, 1. 197. Correspondence of, with 
Earl Buehan, 1. 197 n. Of committee 
to decide what books shall not go out of 
the Library, 1. 212. Of committee to 
prepare lists of preachers of annual 
election and other sermons, 1. 213. Re- 
quested to prepare a Circular Letter, 
1. 215. Presents his ' New England 
Biographical Dictionary,' 1. 218. Of 
committee on the Library Catalogue, 
1. 221. Writes the preface to the Cat- 
alogue, 1. 221 n. Excused from service 
on a committee, 1. 223. Of committee 
to collect and count votes, 1. 227, 228. 
Presents an application for the pur- 
chase of Des Barres's Charts, 1. 229. 
Circular Letter written by, 1. 230 n. 
Autograph and portrait of, face 1. 232. 
Dr. McKean's 'Memoir of/ 1. 232 n. 
Letter of, to Count Rumford, 1. 240 n. 
Letter of, to Gov. Strong, 1. 301 n. 
Letter dated Dec. 11, 1790, referring 
to the early history of the Society, 2. 
viii. Letter from Col. D. Humphreys, 
3. 133, 134. Statement concerning a 
work of Calef, 3. 288. Letters to Dr. 
Belknap, 3. 295. Portrait of, presented, 
8. 481. Sister of, 8. 481. Portrait of, 
presented by John F. Eliot, Esq., 9. 
189. And the Hutchinson Papers, 10. 
124-126. List of the Society's MSS. in 
his handwriting, in 1792, 10. 321-325; 
13. 229, 230. See Belknap, Jeremy, with 
footnote accompanying p. 41. Dis- 
covery of his father's will, 10. 486. 
Letters to, from his father, 16. 282-286, 



293-295, 297, 299, 300, 303-306. Ex- 
tract from a letter of W. Lyon to, 16. 
475. Letter of, to Josiah Quincy, 17. 
17-19. Letter to, from Dr. Jenks, 
17. 86-88. His notice of Dr. Belknap 
quoted, 1. viii, ix. His Thanksgiving 
Sermon, 1. 81. His memoir of Dr. 
Belknap, 1. 117 n. His account of the 
Apostle Eliot, 1. 151. His description 
of Marblehead, 1. 151. His memoir 
of Dr. Thacher, 1. 151. His 'Eccle- 
siastical History of Massachusetts,' 1. 
166. His notice of Thomas Pemberton, 
1. 194 n. His notice of Rev. Andrew 
Eliot, 2. 509 n. His 'Biographical Dic- 
tionary ' quoted, 10. 42 ; 13. 222, 299 ; 
16. 202 n. His interleaved Almanacs, 
13. 44. 

Eliot, Sir John, 8. 6 ; 12. 236 ; 14. 204 ; 
15. 381 ; 18. 442, 443. His love of lib- 
erty, 5. 85. Fac-simiie of letter to, 8. 
427. Copy of Gov. Winthrop's ' Con- 
siderations ' by, 8. 413-427. His ' Mon- 
archy of Man ' cited, 13. 90. 

Eliot, John F., 3. 114 ; 13. 44 ; 16. 182, 
280; 17. 19 n., 85. His account of the 
portrait of John Rogers the martyr, 2. 
611, 612. Donations from, 3. 43; 7. 100, 
115, 139, 357 ; 8. 314, 413, 431, 442, 463, 
482. Letter from, 8. 481, 482. Gift of 
a portrait of Rev. Dr. John Eliot from, 

9. 189. Gift from, 17. 165. 
Eliot, Joseph, H.C. 1681, 8. 23, 28. 
Eliot, Joseph, Jr., n. 140. 

Eliot, Rev. Joseph, H.C. 1658,8. 12, 21, 
26. 

Eliot, Josiah, 16. 182 n., 280, 295, 298, 299, 
301, 303, 306. Donations from, 1. 39, 48. 

Eliot, Mary, 16. 282, 299, 301. 

Eliot, Rev. Richard R., 8. 239. 

Eliot, Samuel, H.C. 1660, 8. 13, 21, 26. 

Eliot, Samuel, 8. 318, 324-, 331, 405-407, 
409,412; 19. 105. 

Eliot, Samuel, LL.D., g. 190; 10. 32, 
485; 11. 33. Nominated a Resident 
Member, 2. 512. Elected, 2. 525. Ac- 
cepts membership, 2. 526. Present at 
meetings of the Society, 2. 548, 554, 
571, 573, 606. Of Scrutinizing Com- 
mittee, 2. 569. Of committee to con- 
sider certain matters pertaining to the 
Appleton Fund, 2. 605. Resigns his 
Resident Membership, 3. 98. Removes 
from the State, 3. 114. Elected a Cor- 
responding Member of the Society, 3. 
114. Accepts Corresponding Member- 
ship, 3. 114. Donation from, 5. 309; 

10. 206. Re-elected a Resident Member, 
8. 257. His acceptance, 8. 431. Elected 
a member of the Standing Committee, 
10. 20, 173. Chairman of the Standing 
Committee, 11. 34. Vote of thanks to, 
on retiring from the committee, 11 46. 

Eliot, Mrs. Samuel (Andrews), 8. 318, 406, 
407, 409. 



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Eliot, Samuel, nephew of Dr. Andrew 
Eliot, 16. 287, 291, 295, 298. Donation 
from, i. 231. Extract from a letter of, 
i. 231 n. Vote of thanks to, I. 232. 

Eliot, Samuel, son of Dr. Andrew Eliot, 4. 
425 ; 16. 280, 282, 284, 297, 300, 304. 
Letters to, from his father, 16. 286, 287, 
291, 292, 295-303, 305. 

Eliot, Hon. Samuel Atkins, A.M., 1. 
278 n.; 2.274; 3. 80 ; 10. 230, 294 ; 13. 
27, 39 ; 15. 256. Nominated a Resident 
Member, 2. 85. Elected, 2. 87. De- 
clines membership, 2. 89. Invitation 
to the Society to attend the delivery of 
a eulogy, on Rev. Dr. Kirkland, 2. 170. 
Subscribes towards the reprint of cer- 
tain volumes of the Collections, 2. 347, 
368. His ' History of Harvard College ' 
cited, 18. 128 «., 322. 

Eliot, Sarah, 16. 282. 

Eliot, Sarah (Mrs. Curtis), 19. 388. 

Eliot, Susan, 16. 282. 

Eliot, William, Earl of St. Germans, see 
St. Germans. 

Eliot, Rev. William G., D.D., elected a 
Corresponding Member, 6. 471. Ac- 
cepts membership, 7. 102. 

Eliot, William Havard, 10. 230. 

Eliot bureau, 18. 286. 

Eliot Library Association, donation from, 
4. 139. 

Eliot School, Boston, 20. bn. 

Eliot School, Jamaica Plain, 19. 226. 

Elis, Rev. John, D.D., his ' Articulorum 
xxxix Defensio/ 18. 430 n. 

Eliza, brig, 6. 435. 

Eliza, vessel, 7. 425, 427, 428. 

Elizabeth, Queen of England, 1. 101, 113 ; 
2. 321; 3. 183, 185,' 187; 4. 143; 10. 
383, 430, 456, 482; 11. 435; 12. 102, 
284, 399, 464; 14. 197; 15. 18,182, 244; 
16. 427, 432, 434, 435, 451; 18. 251 ; 19. 
75, 77, 329; 20. 27, 59, 103, 160, 257. 
Letter of, to Sir Amias Paulet, 12. 
287 n. ' Register Book of the Privy 
Council ' cited, 19. 81 n. 

Elizabeth, N. J., 4. 100 ; 10. 347. 

Elizabeth City, Va., 17. 349. 

Elizabeth City County, 10. 27, 29 n. 

Elizabeth Islands, 12 334. 

Elizabeth River, 6. 187, 192 ; 10. 28. 

Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia^ 16. 
186. 

Elizabethtown, N. J., 6. 259; 19. 14. 
First Presbyterian Church at, 8. 35. 

Elizabethtown, Penn., 17. 203. 

Elk, head of, 5. 151. 

Elk, Md., 19. 71, 72. 

Elkins, Esther (Mrs. Lee), 14. 150. 

Elkins, Gersha, 16. 265. 

Elkins, Henry, killed by Indians, 14 
146. 

Ellatson, Jonathan, 20. 160. 

Ellens, Ano., 16. 264. 

Eliery, Benjamin, 4. 64, 65. 



Ellery, George Wanton, 20 202 n. Let- 
ter to, from his father, 20. 203, 204. 

Ellery, Harrison, gift from, 16. 100. 

Ellery, Mrs. Lucy (Vassall), 4. 64. 

Ellery, Mrs. Nathaniel, photograph of a 
portrait of, 16. 100. 

Ellery, Hon. William, 3. 99; 15. 383, 393; 
20. 202. Letter from, of date 1775, 3. 
282. Letters from, 4. 381-383 ; 6. 258, 
259. Letter from, to his son, 20. 203, 
204. 

Ellesmere, Francis (Leveson Gower) 
Egerton, Earl of edits the ' Guide to 
Northern Archaeology/ etc., 2. 418. 
Donation from, 2. 475. 

Ellesmere, SirT. Egerton, Baron, new rule 
of practice introduced by, when Lord 
Chancellor, 8 308. 

Ellicott, John, 15. 12. 

Elliot, , 17. 183. 

Elliot, Mr , 16. 279. 

Elliot, Justice, 16. 107. 

Elliot, Andrew, see Eliot. 

Elliot, Andrew, master of a ship, 12. 116. 

Elliot, Andrew, New York, 14. 83. 

Elliot, Jonathan, his * Debates ' cited, 6. 
110, 111, 154, 156, 159, 162-168. 

Elliot, Robert, 16. 264, 266 ; 17. 223, 228. 

Elliot, Simon, 1. 192 n. 

Elliot, Bishop Stephen, D.D., 4. 96. 

Elliott, Bishop, 8 34. 

Elliott, Charles D., letter of, in relation 
to the destruction of old earthworks in 
Somerville, 15. 228. 

Elliott, Charles W., 12 214 His 'New 
England History/ cited, 12. 213 n. 

Elliott, James, 19. 176, 177. 

Elliott, Com. Jesse D., donation from, 2. 
308. 

Elliott, Stephen, LL.D., 17. 412. 

Ellis, Mr., 11. 131. 

Ellis, Lieut. Amos, 15. 77. 

Ellis, Arthur B., LL B., 19. 239, 285. 
Elected a Resident Member, 19. 251. 
Accepts membership, 19. 265. His 'His- 
tory of the First Church,' 19. 194, 287. 
Of a committee to publish the Sewall 
correspondence, 20. 104. Presents pho- 
tographs of John Cotton's pulpit, 20. 
333. 

Ellis, Mrs. Bethiah (Palmer), 1. 344. 

Ellis, Charles M., donations from, 2. 411, 
491 ; 8. 314. His 'History of Roxbury ' 
cited, 17. 140 n. 

Ellis, Francis, 15. 157. 

Ellis, Rev. George E., D.D., 3. 365 ; H . 
51, 140, 145, 167, 224 ; 7. 26, 397 ; 8. 77, 
257, 272, 432, 466 ; 9. 2. 176 ; 10. 41, 117, 
136, 141, 174, 210, 313, 442, 446, 449 n., 
486; ii.33,43,82,342,376ti.; 12. 4, 6, 
29, 41, 104, 171, 181, 249, 252, 442 ; 13. 44, 
45, 104, 240, 242, 345, 370, 380, 424, 446 ; 
14. 215, 230, 232 ; 15. 1, 180, 266, 269, 
274, 277-279; 16. 174, 280,307, 388 : 17. 
35,46,67,294, 330, 370; 18. 151, 182, 



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151 



244, 245, 298, 329 n., 387, 388; 19. 98, 
194, 357, 392; 20. 38, 105, 190, 364. 
One of the twenty-six members in the 
heliotype frontispiece, 2. vii ; 3. 32 a. 
Donations from, 2. 214; 4. 54; 8. 171, 
254, 484; 9. 437, 463, 467 ; 10. 2, 40, 80, 
86, 105, 117, 135, 145, 206, 311, 314, 
344 ; 11. 85, 105, 501 ; 12. 67. Nominated 
a Resident Member, 2. 215. Elected, 
2. 219. Accepts membership, 2. 221. 
Present at meetings of the Society, 
2. 222, 227, 235, 236, 241, 247, 253, 263, 
285, 293, 303, 309, 328, 350, 358, 362- 
364, 372, 376, 378, 380, 383, 385, 389, 
411, 417, 422, 430, 434, 441, 450,466. 
470, 472, 483, 486, 493, 495, 497, 503, 
507, 511, 513, 526, 536, 542, 551, 552, 
559, 571, 585, 592, 596, 599, 604. Of 
committee to examine certain manu- 
script volumes, 2. 224, 225. Report of 
the committee, 2, 231 n. Appointed a 
delegate to the celebration of the New- 
York Historical Society, 2. 296. Of 
Scrutinizing Committee, 2. 308. Com- 
municates a memorandum in the hand- 
writing of Dr. Belknap, 2. 308, 309. 
Of committee to examine the papers 
of the late Gov. Bernard, 2. 363. Of 
Standing Committee, 2. 488 ; 7. vii, 26, 
363 ; 8. 272 ; 10. 20 ; 14. 328. Of com- 
mittee to prepare Vol. II. of the fourth 
series, 2. 492. Report of the committee 
concerning the memoir of Dr. Harris, 

2. 501, 502. To purchase for the Soci- 
ety the document written by John 
Usher, 2. 540. Of committee to con- 
sider the request of the Wisconsin His- 
torical Society, 2. 556. Communicates 
a letter from Mr. Quincy, 2. 556, 557. 
Asks for an expression of opinion in re- 
lation to publishing a certain work in the 
Collections, 2. 592. A delegate to the 
semi-centennial celebration of the New 
York Historical Society, 2. 595. Re- 
port of the Publishing Committee, 2. 
599. Of Nominating Committee, 3. 67, 
85, 86 ; 9. 463. Motions, 3. 90; 5. 29 ; 
7. 363; 10. 175, 316, 484; 14. 32, 340. 
Presents a number of valuable papers, 

3. 113, 155. Signs a memorial remon- 
strating against a petition of the His- 
toric, Genealogical Society for a change 
of its corporate name, 3 266-270. Of 
committee for the examination of Dr. 
Pierce's Memoirs, 3. 281. Remarks on 
the Battle of Bunker Hill, 4. 75. Re- 
marks, 4. 283 ; 10. 36, 37, 48, 49, 82, 
141, 343, 348, 402. Reports concerning 
certain Belknap papers, 5. 52. Vote of 
thanks to, 5. 107. Of committee on ex- 
change of prisoners in the Revolution, 
5. 324, 346. On Dr. L. V Bell, 5. 408- 
409. To prepare memoir of Dr. L. V 
Bell, 5. 411. Remarks on T^ev. Oon- 
vers Francis, D.D., 7. 7-9. Of Publish- 



ing Committee, 7. 300 ; 9. 3. Of com- 
mittee on the VVinthrop Papers, 7. 339. 
Report on the Broadsides, etc., pre- 
sented by R. C. Winthrop, 7. 348, 349. 
Resolutions and remarks on the death 
of Hon. Josiah Quincy, 7. 383-391. 
Added to the committee on the publi- 
cation of the Proceedings, 9. 3. Vote 
of thanks to, on his retiring from the 
Standing Commitee, 9. 191. His state- 
ment in reference to a volume of early 
Proceedings of the Society, 9. 217. 
Resolutions and remarks offered by, 
in acknowledgment of the donation of 
George Peabody, 9. 438. Letter to, 10. 
88, 89. Report on the Hutchinson Pa- 
pers, 10 118-133 ; 11. 227, 326 ; 12. 104, 
269. Votes of thanks to, 10. 174. Re- 
port of the Standing Committee, 10. 
145-151. On the Sewall Diary, and on 
his lectures before the Lowell Insti- 
tute, 10. 411 ; 16. 369. Announces the 
reception of the ' Sewall Papers/ 11. 5. 
Of a committee on increase of mem- 
bers, 11. 112. On the ' Sewall Papers/ 
11. 326. Letter from him read, pro- 
posing another course of lectures by 
members of the Society, 11. 163. One 
of a committee on the subject, 11. 166. 
Paper read by, 12. 59. Communicates 
copies of some of them, for publica- 
tion, 12. 105. Of committee on increase 
of membership, 12. 170. Communicates 
some selections from Judge Sewall's 
' Letter-book/ 12. 358. Remarks of, 
at the first meeting in the newly con- 
structed building of the Society, 13. 
21, 22. Exhibits the punch-bowl of 
the Fifteen Associates, 13. 199. Re- 
marks on the same, 13. 199-202. Com- 
municates a letter of Mr. Prescott's, 13. 
246. Remarks of, on the death of Dr. 
Walker, 13. 396-403. Presents report 
of the Committee on the ' Sewall Pa- 
pers/ 14. 1. Appointed to prepare a 
memoir of Mr. Upham, 14. 108. Pre- 
sents letters and papers from Miss 
Thompson, 14. 109. Letter from Earl 
Stanhope to, 14. 196. Reads a letter 
from Mrs. Emily W. Appleton, 15. 178. 
Remarks by, on communicating Mrs. 
Appleton's donation, 15. 178. Reports 
memoir of Hon. Charles W. Upham, 
15. 181. Letter to, from Josiah Quincy, 
15. 190. From R. W. Emerson, 18. 191. 
Address at the funeral of Hon. C. W. 
Upham, 15. 216. Elected Vice-Presi- 
dent, 15. 276; 16. 175; 17. 76; 18. 36, 
415; 19. 296; 20. 199. Calls attention 
to Thomas B. Wyman's ' Charlestown 
Genealogies,' 16. 11. Speaks of a por- 
trait of Chief Justice Sewall, 16. 279. 
Remarks by, on the publication of the 
first volume of the Sewall Diary, 16. 
369. Appointed to prepare a memoir 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Ellis, Rev. George E., D.D. {continued). 
of Dr. Jacob Bigelow, 17. 51. Remarks 
by, on the publication of the ' Early 
Proceedings,' 17. 88, 89. Calls atten- 
tion to the services of two ladies in the 
War of 1812, 17. 170-172. Moves the 
appointment of a committee to exam- 
ine the early volumes of the Collec- 
tions, 17. 233. Remarks by, on the 
death of Dr. Budington, 17. 286. 
Announces the second volume of the 

* Sewall Papers/ 17. 288. Vice-Presi- 
dent, 18. 240, 405; 19. 62,265, 298, 325, 
333, 349, 385, 388; 20. 1. Announces 
resignation of the Recording Secretary, 

18. 240. Remarks by, on the celebra- 
tion of the 250th anniversary of Boston, 
18. 241, 242. Remarks on the centennial 
of the State constitution, and on the 
Baltimore celebration, 18. 243. Reads 
letter from Rufus Ellis on the English 
homes of the founders of Massachu- 
setts, 18. 248. Communicates gifts to 
the Society, 18. 268, 423. Calls atten- 
tion to the proposed ' History of Amer- 
ica,' 18. 288. Of committee to advise 
with the editor of the same, 18. 288. 
Remarks by, on the death of Prof. Di- 
man, 18. 330, 331. Submits resolutions 
on the death of President Garfield, 19. 
62, 63. Pays a tribute to Mr. Haven, 

19. 63, 64. Announces the death of Dr. 
Holland, 19. 64. Remarks by, on the 
suggested restoration of the Bradford 
Manuscript to this country, 19. 64, 65. 
Presents a gift from the Misses Dan- 
forth, 19. 102. Exhibits an engraved 
portrait of Gen. Putnam, 19. 102. 
Speaks of George III.'s collection of 
books on America, 19. 122. Speaks of 
a proposed communication from Mr. 
Goddard, 19. 210. Presents Mr. God- 
dard's intended communication, 19. 
232. Exhibits a cup, formerly part of 
the civic plate of Boston, Eng., 19. 
239. Announces new editions of the 

* Sewall Papers ' and ' Belknap Papers/ 
19. 251. Speaks of the increase in 
number of antiquarian societies, 19. 
252. Covenant of the St. Botolph 
Club in accepting his gift of the Bos- 
ton * loving cup/ 19. 265, 266. Re- 
marks by, on the death of Mr. Long- 
fellow, 19. 266-268. Resolution offered 
by, 19. 268, 269. Announces the death 
of Mr. Allen, 19. 278. Remarks by, in 
announcing the death of Mr. Emerson, 
19. 298-302. Reads a letter from Judge 
Hoar, 19. 302. Announces appoint- 
ments for memoirs, 19. 310, 356. 
Speaks of early portrait-painting in 
Boston, 19. 312. Gift from, 19. 325. 
Announces the death of Col. Chester, 
19. 325, 326. Gives an account of a visit 
to the Carter Brown Library, 19. 326- 



329. Reads an extract from a letter 
from Mr. Winthrop, 19. 329. Appoints 
a publishing committee, 19. 334. Re- 
marks by, on the death of Dr. Rob- 
bins, 19. 349, 350; on the death of Mr. 
Marsh, ig. 350-352 ; on that of Mr. De 
Peyster, 19. 352. Communicates invi- 
tation to send a representative of the 
Society to the Webster Commemora- 
tion, 19. 392. Announces Mr. Win- 
throp's proposed return, 19. 392. Pre- 
sents a gift to the Society from Dr. 
H. J. Bigelow, 20. 45. Appointed 
to write a memoir of Mr. Nathaniel 
Thayer, 20. 108. Pays a tribute to Mr. 
Thayer, 20. 108-110. Remarks by, 
on some souvenirs of Count Rumford, 
20. 226, 227. Speaks of the approach- 
ing anniversary of the birth of Luther, 
20. 264, 265. Remarks by, regarding 
the proposed statue of John Harvard, 
20. 345-348. Moves a vote of thanks 
to Dr. Hedge, 20. 401. Speaks of in- 
vestigations to be made with regard to 
the pedigree of John Harvard, 20. 401. 
His * Life of Count Rumford' cited, 1. 
118 n. His ' Centennial of the Evacua- 
tion of Boston,' 1. 354; 16. 289. His 
address on the Battle of Bunker Hill, 
2. 231 n. His ' Memoir of Hon. C. 
W. Upham/ 2. 609 n. ; 15. 182-220. His 
'Memoir of Dr. Luther V Bell/ 7. 26- 
99. ' Memoir of Jared Sparks ' by, 10. 
211-310. His 'History of the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital/ presented, 
12. 264. Paper by, ' Gen. Burgoyne in 
Boston/ 14. 233-247. Presents a copy 
of his 17th of March Oration, 14. 338. 
' Memoir of Dr. Jacob Bigelow ' by, 17. 
383-467. Reads a paper on the ' King's 
Missive/ 18. 357-362. Letter to the 
' Advertiser ' on the same subject, 18. 
394-399. His ' The Red Man and the 
White Man in North America/ 20. 190. 

Ellis, Hannah {Mrs. Gray), 13. 420 n. 

Ellis, Gov. Henry, 8. 218. 

Ellis, Sir Henry, 2. 481. 

Ellis, Rev. John, Rehoboth, 1.344; 19. 225. 

Ellis, John Harvard, 15. 394. Donations 
from, 7. 140, 279 ; 8. 254, 480; 9. 467 ; 
10. 21, 40, 93, 469. 

Ellis, Rev. Jonathan, his 'Description of 
Topsham/ 1. 67. 

Ellis, Joshua, 18. 351, 351 n. 

Ellis, Matthias, donation from, 2. 477. 

Ellis, Sir Richard, 18. 437. 

Ellis, Rowland, 17. 234 ; 18. 351 n. 

Ellis, Rev. Rufus, D.D., 11. 376 w.; 18. 
263 ; 20. 413. Letter from, on the Eng- 
lish homes of the founders of Massa-. 
chusetts, 18. 248-253. 

Ellison, Abraham, 11. 395. 

Ellison, Rev. Thomas, 19. 400, 

Ellison, William P., donation from, 7. 368. 
Vote of thanks to, 7. 369. 



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153 



Ellsworth, Henry L., Commissioner of 
Patents, 2. 316, 317. 

Ellsworth, Oliver, LL.D., 17. 364. On 
slavery, 6. 136, 140, 142. 

Elm, in medicine, 5. 393. 

Elmsley, Peter, 15. 240 n. 

Elsenham, Eng., 13 405. 

Elsevier, Baron, 12. 185. 

Eltham, Va., ig. 71m. 

Elton, Mrs. Dr., 16. 397. 

Elton, Richard, his 'Body of Art Mili- 
tary,' 1. 89. 

Elton, Mrs. Romeo, donations from, 12. 
186, 251. 

Elton, Prof. Romeo, 10. 350. Donations 
from, 5/313,315. 

Elwin, Thomas, donation from, 1. 130. 

Elwis, , 18. 300. 

Elwyn, Alfred Langdon, M.D., 18. 2, 
406. Donation from, 16. 2. Vote of 
thanks to, 16. 3. Elected a Correspond- 
ing Member, 18. 67. Accepts member- 
ship, 18. 118. His ' Autobiography of 
Charles Biddle/ 20. 345. 

Ely, Justin, donation from, 1. 146. 

Ely, 2&v. Zebulon, 19. 339. 

Elyat, Samuel, 20. 23. 

Elyot, Thomas, 20. 23. 

Emancipation, Josiah Quincy's views of, 
9. 151. 

Emancipation League, donation from, 7. 
139. 

Emancipation Proclamation, 10. 464. 
Facsimile given, 7. 340. 

Emanuel, King of Portugal, 11. 424. 

Embargo, proclamation for a general, by 
Gov. Dudley, in 1711, 11. 206. 

' Embargo Laws,' 1. 202. 

Emden, 7. 210. 

* Emerald,' the, 1. 192. 

Emerson, Rev. B., donation from the 
Committee of Arrangements for the 
Fiftieth Anniversary of his settlement 
in Salem, 3. 32 a. 

Emerson, Charles C, 17. 39 ; 19. 305. 

Emerson, Edward, 19. 304. 

Emerson, Edward Bliss, 20. 403. 

Emerson, George B., LL.D., 2. 158, 159; 
8. 468 ; 10. 224 ; 11. 33 ; 12. 4, 72, 315; 
13. 370; 15. 7, 274, 305; 17. 387,419, 
.460,461; 18. 406 ; 19 426. Elected a 
Resident Member, 7. 26. Donations 
from, 11. 501. Remarks on the death of 
George Ticknor, 12. 25-29. Remarks by, 
on the death of Mr. Cushing, 17. 6, 7. 
His death, 18. xx ; 20. 232, 258. Death 
of, announced, 18. 354. Remarks by 
the President, 18. 354-356. Resolution 
of the Society, 18. 356. Mr. Waterston 
appointed to prepare a memoir of, 19. 
125. Portrait of, faces 20 232. ' Me- 
moir of/ by Rev. Robert C. Waterston, 
20. 232-259. His birth and parentage, 
20. 232. Boyhood, 20. 232. Education, 
20. 233. At Dummer Academy, 20. 



233. Enters Harvard College, 20. 233. 
Classmates, 20. 233. Letters from Hon. 
S. Salisbury and Hon. George Ban- 
croft, 20. 234. College associates, 20. 
235. Overwork, 20. 235. Appointed a 
tutor in Harvard College, 20. 235, 236. 
Teaches school in Lancaster, 20. 236. 
Head master of the English High 
School, 20. 236. Opens a school for 
young ladies in Boston, 20. 236. Traits 
of character, 20. 237, 242, 213, 252, 253, 
258. Lectures before the Boston Me- 
chanics' Institution, 20. 237. -His agen- 
cy in founding the American Institute 
of Instruction, 20. 237, 238. Journey 
to the White Mountains, 20. 238. Ad- 
dress on Agassiz, 20. 238. Letter to 
Mr. Waterston, 20. 239. His estimate 
of Agassiz, 20. 239, 240. President of 
the Boston Society of Natural History, 
20. 241. Botanical and Zoological Sur- 
vey of Massachusetts, 20. 241. Anec- 
dote relative to Hallam's criticism of 
Spencer, 20. 243, 244. Tribute to, by 
Thomas T. Bouve', 20. 244. The Col- 
lection of the Boston Society of Nat- 
ural History, illustrating the woods of 
New England, 20. 245. Letter from E. 
T. Bouve, 20. 245, 246 ; from Thomas 
T. Bouve, 20. 246, 247 ; from H. W. S. 
Cleveland, 20. 247-249. Tribute to, by 
Prof. Gray, 20. 249. Lectures insti- 
tuted by the Boston Society of Natural 
History, 20. 250, 251. Mr. Fmerson's 
letter on the subject, 20. 250, 251. 
Travels in Europe, 20. 254. Visits the 
Pacific Coast, 20. 255. His connection 
with the Educational Commission for 
the instruction of the freedmen, 20. 
256. Progress of American literature, 
20. 257. Degree of Doctor of Laws 
conferred upon, 20. 258. A member of 
the American Academy of Arts and 
Sciences, 20. 258. His lecture on the 
' History of Education in Massachu- 
setts ' cited, 12. 253. His publications, 
20. 240. 

Emerson, John, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 267. 

Emerson (Emmerson), Rev. John, H.C. 
1656, 8. 12, 21, 26. 

Emerson (Emmerson), Rev. John, H.C, 
1675, 8. 23, 27. 

Emerson (Emmerson), Rev. John, H.C, 
1689, 8. 28. 

Emerson, Joseph, 20. 313. 

Emerson, Rev. Joseph, d. 1767, 17. 156. 
His sermon to Capt. Lawrence's com- 
pany, 1. 79. 

Emerson, Juda, 14. 128 n. 

Emerson, Martha, 20. 213. 

Emerson, Phoebe, 2. 392. 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, LL.D., 2. 392; 
10. 423 ; 13. 449 ; 14. 47; 15. 7, 376 ; 16. 
115 ; 17. 459 ; 18. 323, 329 n. ; 19. 292, 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



333, 334, 347, 350; 20. 189, 194, 257, 
404. Letter to Mrs. Samuel Ripley, 2. 
393, 394. Elected a Resident Member, 
12. 104. Accepts membership, 12. 126. 
Remarks at the Scott Centennial meet- 
ing, 12. 145-147. Remarks by, 14. 248. 
Letter from, to Rev. Dr. Ellis, 15. 191. 
Introduces Carlyle's works into this 
country, 18. 329. His death, 19. xx. 
Death of, announced by Dr. Ellis, ig. 
298-302. Letter of Judge Hoar on the 
death of, 19. 302 Tribute to, by Dr. 
Holmes, 19. 303-310. Resolution of the 
Society, 19. 310. Dr. Clarke appointed 
to prepare a memoir of, 19. 356. Reads 
a poem at the Tea party Centennial 
meeting, 13. 207. Reads a paper upon 
Thomas Carlyle, 18. 324-328. 

Emerson, Samuel, M.D., 20. 233. 

Emerson, Rev. William, A.M., d. 1811, 
1. 130, 142-144, 148-151 n., 156, 158, 
163-166, 169, 172, 186-188, 194-197, 
199, 200, 206, 207, 213, 214, 219; 2. 
387 n., 388 n., 392; 12. 24; 17. 403. His 
death, 1. xlii, 222 n. Donations from, 
1. 137, 153, 167, 191, 201. Nominated a 
Resident Member, 1. 140. Elected, 1. 
142. Of Publication Committee, 1. 150. 
Of committee on reprinting Collections, 

1. 150, 159, 165, 169, 216. Elected a 
member of the Standing Committee, 1. 
157, 164, 170, 188, 193, 196, 206, 215, 
221. Of committee on the Treasurer's 
accounts, 1. 157, 170. Of committee to 
devise a better way of publishing the 
Collections, 1. 157. His pastorate in 
Boston, 2. 392 ; 12. 24 ; 17. 403. Mr. 
Thacher's ' Memoir of ' cited, 1. 222 n. 
His Fourth of July discourse at Har- 
vard, 1. 76. His Fourth of July ora- 
tion at Boston, 1. 153. His sermon on 
the death of Dr. Thacher, 1. 153. His 
notes on Compton, 1. 166. His sermon 
before the Boston Female Asylum, 1. 
191. 

Emerson, Rev. William, Concord, d. 1776, 

2. 392 ; 5. 221 n. ; 19. 377 n. 
Emerton, Lieut. Ephraim, 15. 78. 
Emery, , 12. 423. 

Emery, Charles II., donation from, 3. 229. 

Emery, Nicholas, 19. 170. 

Emery, Rev. S. Hopkins, requests the 

loan of certain manuscripts, 2. 494, 499. 

Donates a copy of the By-Laws of the 

New England Societv of Illinois, 3. 132. 

Donations from, 2. 532 ; 5, 227 ; 6. 82 ; 

7. 143, 408 ; 8. 480 ; 9. 353 ; 10. 40, 335. 
Emery, Rev. Samuel, 8. 29. 
Emery, Samuel H, donation from, 2. 532. 
Emigrant Aid Society, 19. 337. 
' Emigration, Extract from a Letter on/ 

1. 76. 
Emigres in America, 1793-96, 7. 145. 
Emlyn, Thomas, 1. 76. 
Emmanuel College, Eng., 20. 21. 



Emmanuel Register, names from Dr. 
Bennett's copy of, 20. 22, 23. 

Emmes, Aaron, 19. 177. 

Emmes, Samuel, 11. 140. 

Emmet, Thomas Addis, 10. 184. 

Emmons, , 17. 173. 

Emmons, Lieut. George F., U.S.N., do- 
nation from, 3. 182. 

Emmons, N., portrait painter , 17. 233, 234 ; 
18.318. 

Emmons, Rev. Nathaniel, his sermon be- 
fore the Missionary Society, 1. 146. 

Emms, Henry, 6. 352. 

Emnith, Mr., schoolmaster, 12. 389. 

Emser, Hieronymus, 20. 374. 

* Encyclopaedia Americana/ edited by 
Lieber, 1829-33, 10. 184 ; 12. 266 ; 14. 
78; 18. 200; 19. 341. See also 'New 
American Cyclopaedia.' 

f Encyclopaedia Britannica/ 6. 305. 

End, William, donation from, 2. 474. 

Ehdicot, Capt., 5. 135. See Endicott. 

Endicott, John, d. 1857, 11. 262. 

Endicott, Gov. John (Endecot, Endicot, 
Indcott, and Indicott), 2. 613; 3. 34, 63 ; 
4. 155, 1 56, 441 ; 5. 135, 137, 141, 142 ; 10. 
97,326; 11. 176, 177, 179, 183, 400 ; 12. 
337,342,432; 13-79; 14. 304 ; 15 217; 
16. 138, 146 ; 17. 123, 129, 367, 369 ; 18. 
118, 183, 297, 298, 357, 358, 361, 388, 
390, 394, 397, 400 ; 20. 64, 74, 118, 210. 
Letter in Dutch to, 1. 152. Portrait 
of, presented to the Society, 2. 61. Por- 
trait of, to be framed, 2. 78. Visited 
by Pere Druillettes, 3 34. The warrant 
for capturing the Regicides, 3. 63. Au- 
tograph letter from Eliot, 3. 311-313. 
Chosen ' Governor of London Planta- 
tion in the Massachusetts Bay/ April 
30, 1629, 9. 40 ; 11. 178. Letter of 
Gov. Winthrop to, about Roger Wil- 
liams, 12. 343-345. Portrait of, copied 
by Smibert, 16. 395. Portrait of, re- 
paired, 20. 192. 

Endicott, William, Jr., 19. 357. Donation 
from, 10 311. 

Endicott, Hon. William C, LL..D., 10. 
485; 17. 67, 369; 19. 357. Elected a 
Resident Member, 7. 348. Accepts 
membership, 7. 373. Remarks of, 8. 8. 
Of the committee to nominate officers, 
9. 82 ; 11. 229. Elected a member of 
the Standing Committee, 10. 20, 173. 
Vote of thanks to, on retiring from the 
Standing Committee, 11. 46. Presents 
a 'brief of a lawsuit between Lynn 
and Nahant, 13. 44. Appointed to pre- 
pare a memoir of Judge Thomas, 16. 
370. 

Endicott Hall, 6. 33. 

Endicott stone, a cast of, given, 18 400. 

Endicott Street, 6. 30. 

Enfield, Conn., 12. 398. Ceded by Mas- 
sachusetts to Connecticut, 12. 401 n., 
406 n. 



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Enfield, Mass., 12. 398 n. 

Enfield, N. H., 3. 114. 

Engineers, English Corps of, 6. 38, 40. 

England, 3. 8, 25, 55, 61, 66, 128, 132, 145, 
145 n., 146, 150, 174, 177, 208, 229, 236, 
257, 316 ; 6 42, 46, 47, 50, 51, 61, 64, 
74 n., 126, 136, 161, 254, 261, 262, 276, 
348, 376 n., 414, 435, 473, 474, 476, 
476 71., 488-490 ; 7. 250, 327. ' Abridg- 
ment of the Statutes of,' 1. 53. Col- 
lection of State Tracts on the Rev- 
olution of 1688, 1. 153. Letter con- 
cerning the early history of, 2. 500, 
500 «., 501 n. Matters of interest in 
the history of, 2. 506 n. Question of 
postal rates, 3. 78. Claim of Caxton 
of having introduced printing in, 3. 
137 n. The- first regular trading- vessel 
between the two worlds, 3. 183. The 
word ' unit ' applied to certain coins, 3. 
185. Matters pertaining to slavery in, 
3. 190, 201, 202 ; 6. 94, 142, 143, 221, 
234. Law of banishment, 3. 199, 200. 
Act of Union with Scotland, 6. 28. 
Matters pertaining to the Narragansett 
Patent, 6. 60, 61, 65 n., 71 77., 73 n., 76. 
Money invested for the benefit of Har- 
vard College, 6. 344. Desires to regain 
her possessions in America, 6. 374. 
Railroad system introduced into, 6. 423. 
Comparisons between, and New Eng- 
land, 6. 427. Preparation for the War 
of 1812, 6. 435, 436. Feeling in, to- 
wards the colonies in 1775, 7. 193, 213, 
215, 218, 222, 223, 228, 233. Reported 
tumults in, 7. 204, 205. Extinction of 
villenage in, 7. 307-326. Negro slavery 
in, 7. 312-326. Its air too pure for a 
slave to breathe in, 7. 314, 325. First 
American propeller packet-ship to, 7. 
413. Magna Charta, 8. 303. Forms 
used by the Crown of, in issuing Let- 
ters-Patent, 11. 166-188. Pronuncia- 
tion of the names of certain places in, 
18. 253. Conduct of, in the 'Rebel- 
lion/ 11. 275-277. 'Pictorial History 
of/ cited, 6. 187. See Great Britain. 

England's Helicon, 20. 228. 

English, Mr., runs a pin into Mary 
Hobbs's hand, 5 34. 

English, George Bethune, his ' Grounds 
of Christianity examined ' refuted by 
E. Everett, 8. 118-120, 136, 137. His 
character, 8. 136. 

English, James, 6. 80. 

English, James L., 4. 361 n. 

English, Joseph, Indian, 14. 143. 

English, Philip, 20. ^86, 289, 292 n., 294- 
296, 296 7i., 297, 314, 320. 

English, Thomas, donation from, 1. 152 n. 

English, Thomas, naturalized, 4. 361. 

English Board of Trade, 18. 437, 444. 

English Chapman's and Traveller's Al- 
manack, 7. 130. 

English Courts, list of, 20. 398. 



English High School Association, dona- 
tions from, 11. 498. 

English Map of Boston, 6. 39. 

English Parliament, see Parliament. 

English Whigs, 2. 164. 

Engravers, early, of New England, 9. 197, 
210. 

Enniscorthy, 10. 402. 

Enos, Lieut.- Col. Roger, 15. 160. 

' Enterprise/ United States brig, action 
with the ' Boxer/ 15 188. 

Entomological Society of London, 19. 
322. 

Entrance fees, 1. 3, 69. See By-Laws. 

Epaulets worn by Washington, see Wash- 
ington, George. 

Epee, Charles Michel, Abbe' de 1', 1. 365. 

'Ecprj/Liepis, or a Diary, 7. 129. 

Epictetus, 3. 384 ; 18. 430. 

Epiphanius, Bishop of Constantia, his 
' Opera/ 18. 427. 

Episcopacy, 3. 184 ; 6. 442. Gov. Brad- 
ford on, 11. 428 ct seq. Introduction of, 
into Massachusetts, 12. 374-378. 

'Episcopal Observer/ 5. 435/7. 

Episcopal Seminarv at Cambridge, 15. 
190. 

Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, 
Mass., 18. 312, 313. 

Episcopal Tract Society, 1. 238 n. 

Epping, N. H., 17. 155. 

Epps, Daniel, H.C. 1669, 8. 13, 22, 27. 

Epps, Daniell, grandchild of Edmand 
Reade, 6. 254, 257. 

Epps, Daniell, son-in-law to Edmand 
Reade, 6. 254, 257. 

Epps, Edward, 6. 258. 

Epps, Elizabeth, 6. 257. 

Epps, Mrs. Martha (Reade), 6. 254, 257. 

Epps, Samuel, 8 13, 22, 27. 

Epsom, N. II., 17. 153. 

Ep worth, Capt, 5. 360. 

Erasmus, Desiderius, 8. 94; 20. 381. 
Cited, 12. 381. 

Erastus B. Bigelow Fund, 18. 323, 406, 
409, 411, 414; 19. 292, 293, 295; 20. 
194, 195, 198. 

Eredia, Em. Legodinho d', letter of, 14. 
2, 3. 

Eric the Red, see Erik. 

Erick, Bishop of Greenland, 13. 362. 

Erickson, Aaron, 10. 461. 

Ericsson, John, LL.D., 13. 328. Designs 
an iron steamer, 7. 412, 413, 415. His 
' Contributions to the Centennial Exhi- 
bition ' presented, 16. 367. Vote of 
thanks to, 16. 368. Anecdote of, 16. 
368. 

Erie, Penn., 4. 94 ; 18. 191. 

Erie Canal, completed, 11. 60. 

Erie Lake, 6. 239-241. 

Erik the Red, 13. 362 ; 18. 21, 80, 81 
'Eriksrauda-saga ' cited, 18. 21. 

Erika, sect of, 6. 123-125. 

Erlecke, Comte d', 2. 573. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Erni, Henry, 13. 370. 

Ernie, J., 13. 106. 

Ernst II., Duke of Saxe-Coburq, 16. 12. 

Erondelle, Pierre, 20. 276 n. Cited, 5. 129. 

Erpen (Erpenius), Thomas van, 12. 186; 

16. 459. 

Erse language, 10. 163. 

Erskine, the Misses, 8. 323. 

Erskine, David Montague, 17. 116. 

Erskine, David Stuart, Earl of Buchan, see 
Buchan. 

Erskine, Ebenezer, 11. 490. 

Erskine, Rev. John, D.D., 10. 160; 17. 
136, 137. Nominated a Corresponding 
Member, 1. 38. Elected, 1. 44. Dona- 
tion from, 1. 53, 138. 

Erskine, Ralph, 11. 490. 

Erskine, Thomas, Lord, 20. 390. 

Erving, CapL, 8. 397. 

Erving, A., 4. 235. 

Erving, Elizabeth (Mrs. Bowdoin), see 
Bowdoin. 

Erving, George, 7. 253; 8. 320, 322, 329 ; 
11. 140,392,394; 16. 69,392; 19. 215. 
A refugee from Boston in 1776, 18. 
266. 

Erving, Mrs. George, 16. 392 ; 19. 215. 

Erving, Hon. George W., 16. 69 ; 17. 
365. Nominated a Corresponding Mem- 
ber, 1. 346. Elected, 1. 347. Accepts 
membership, 1. 370. Vote of thanks 
to, for donation of medals, 1. 346. Pre- 
sents donations, 2. 13. Naturalized, 4. 
363. 

Erving, Hon. John, d. 1786, 1. 67; 11. 
140; 12. 323; 13. 62; 14. 232. Por- 
trait of, by Blackburn, 16. 388. A 
refugee from Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 

Erving, John, Jr., 11. 392, 395; 17. 217. 
Donations from, 1. 67, 73. 

Erving, Mrs. John, portrait of, by Black- 
burn, 16. 388. 

Erving, Mrs. Lucy, 16. 392. 

Erving, Mrs. Maria Catharine, 16. 388. 

Erving, Shirley, M.D., 17. 117, 118. 

Erving, Mrs. Shirley, 16. 388. 

Erving, Major William, 4. 360 ; 14. 233 ; 

17. 395. Legacy from, to Harvard Col- 
lege, 7. 183. Letter from, 14. 232. 

Erwin, , 14. 233. 

Espartaro, Don Baldomero, 18. 199. 
Esquemeling, John, his ' Buccaneers of 

America,' 1. 153. 
Essex, a negro, 20. 123, 126, 137, 140. 
Essex, Robert Devereux, 2c? Earl of, 12. 

102; 13.97. 
Essex, Robert Devereux, 3d Earl of, 6. 

54; 11. 165rc., 410w. 
Essex, William Capell, 3c? Earl of, 13. 101. 
Essex, Conn., 16. 4. 
Essex, Eng., 6. 254. 
Essex Archaeological Society, 20 206. 
Essex Bar, 19. 143. Rules of, 19. 149. 
Essex Bar Association, resolves of, on 

the death of John G. King, 18. 39, 40. 



Essex Company, 6. 316. 

Essex County, Mass., 6. 289 ; 10. 324, 
485. ' Survey of the Population of,' 
1. 13. Court of Common Pleas, 2. 7. 
Probate Courts of, 6. 293, 294, 329. 

Essex County Lyceum, 6. 297, 330. 

'Essex Gazette/ 1. 50, 293 n. Cited, 14. 
262, 266. 

Essex Historical Society, 1. 385; 2. 8 ; 6. 
317 ; 18. 38. ' Historical Collections ' 
of, cited, 16. 295 n. 

Essex Institute, Salem. Mass., 6. 330; 8. 
8 ; 15. 206, 211, 212, 364 ; 16. 279 ; 18. 
38, 39; 19. 383. Donations from, 3. 50, 
97, 110 ; 4. 329, 424, 429, 437 ; 5. 30, 
45, 57, 86, 145, 196, 218, 227, 319; 6. 1, 
22, 249, 361, 414; 7. 1, 100, 139, 140, 
152, 338, 368, 373 ; 8. 1, 76, 78, 88, 171, 
314, 463, 466 ; 9. 81, 177, 227, 255, 347, 
462; 10. 21, 40, 85, 93, 117, 134,311, 
319, 469; 11. 498. Action of Judge 
White in founding, 6. 317. Bequest of 
a large library to, 6. 317. Communi- 
cation from, on printing the Province 
Statutes, 8. 212. ' Historical Collec- 
tions ' of, cited, 20. 148 n. 

Essex Junto, 6. 275, 280. 

Essex Natural-History Society, 6 317. 
Donation from, 2 498. 

1 Essex Result,' 8. 297, 300. Cited, 13. 
303. 

Essex-South Bar, 2. 1. 

Estabrook (Easterbrook), i?ey. Benjamin, 
8. 29. 

Estabrook (Easterbrook), Rev. Joseph, 8. 
13, 22,27; 10. 403. 

Estabrook (Easterbrook), Rev. Samuel, 
8. 29. 

Estaing, Charles H. Theodat, Comte d', 6. 
196; 13. 251 n.; 15. 33, 56, 56 n. ; 17. 
163, 164 ; 20. 90, 91. 

Esterhazy, Paul Anthony, Prince, 16. 
440. 

Esther, Indian, 19. 415. 

Estius, Willem van, his 'In Pauli Episto- 
las/ 18. 426. His ' In Sententias/ 18. 
427. 

Estres, Cardinal Cesar d', 12. 425. 

Estridsen, King Swend, see Swend. 

Ether, sulphuric, its use as an anaesthetic, 
5. 506, 507. 

Etruscans, similarity of ornaments worn 
by, to those of certain Indians, 6 21. 

Etter, Peter, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 267. 

Etting, Col. Frank M., 14. 205. Donation 
from, 13. 80. Vote of thanks to, 13. 81. 

Euclid's 'Elements/ Pres. Dunster's copy, 
10. 408. 

Euens, John, 16. 265. 

Euens, Robert, 16. 265. 

Eugene, Prince, 11. 242. 

Eugenie, Empress of France, 4. 428. 

Eulogies, 10. 317. 

Euripides, 3. 384. 



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Europe, 3. 13, 132, 227, 334, 391, 395 ; 6. 
6, 21, 153, 334, 401. Law referring to 

. rights of possession in America, 3. 77. 
Commerce with New England in the 
Colonial times, 3. 183. Influence of the 
trade in cotton upon the commerce of, 
3. 221. Indignation called forth by the 
statements of Chief Justice Taney, 6. 
92. Negro soldiers under monarchical 
rule, 6. 247-249. Practice of, in regard 
to standing armies, 6. 379. Diffusion 
of Cotton Mather's book, 6. 407. 

European journals, 6. 421. 

European States, contemporaneous his- 
tory of, necessary for knowledge of the 
Revolution, 6. 365. 

European travel, Josiah Quincy's objec- 
tions to, 7. 389. 

Eusebius, Gcesariensis, 18. 427. 

Eustaphieve, Alexis, 18. 381. 

Eustis, Gen. Abraham, 18. 284. Letter 
from, giving an account of the battle 
of York, n. 492-495. 

Eustis, Chief Justice George, 12. 289. 

Eustis, Mrs. Henry L., 14. 315. 

Eustis, Prof. Henry L., 11. 492. 

Eustis, Jacob, 17. 117. 

Eustis, lion. William, LL.D., Governor of 
Massachusetts, d. 1825, 11. 51, 57; 14. 
65,67; 15. 128; 17. 19; 18. 284; 19. 
38 n. Letter to, 11. 492-495. Donation 
from, 1. 217. Burr's letters to, 5. 310. 
Cited on slavery, 6. 337. 

Eustis, Mrs. William, 11. 495. 

Eustis, William T., donation from, 2. 
460. 

Eustis House, 10 94. 

Eutaw Springs, 6'. C , 17 232. 

Eutropius, 6. 206. 

Evance, Mr., 19. 219. 

Evance, Sir Stephen, 2. 305 n. 

Evander, 19. 370. 

Evangelistarium, 10. 454. 

Evans, Mr., death of, 14. 286. 

Evans, , a refugee from Boston in 

1776, 18. 266. 

Evans, Rev. Arthur B., D.D , his * Leices- 
tershire Words and Phrases ' cited, 18. 
11 n. 

Evans, John, killed by Indians, 14. 124. 

Evans, John, Jr., son of the above, cap- 
tured by Indians, 14. 124 n. 

Evans, Bishop John, 6. 19. 

Evans, Capt. Jonathan, 15. 80. 

Evans, Rc>\ Joseph, 17. 300. 

Evans, Lewis, 1. 11. Maps by, 1. 12, 31. 

Evans, Patience (Mrs. Alkins), 14. 150. 

Evans, Lieut. Reuben, 15. 79 n. 

Evans, Robert, 14. 124 n. 

Evans, Robert, Sen., death of, 14. 131. 

Evans, Thomas, letter and donation from, 
2. 551. 

Evans, W. W., donation from, 14. 38. 
Vote of thanks to, 14. 38. 

Evansville, Ind., 10. 80. 



Evarts, Jeremiah, 1. 328. 

Evakts, Hon. W t illiam M., LL.D., 15. 

266 ; 16. 25 ; 17. 239, 377 ; 18. 62 ; 20. 
351. Elected an Honorary Member, 
15. 163. Accepts membership, 15. 177. 

Eveleth, Mr., 7. 217. 

Eveleth, Rev. John, 8. 28. 

Evely, Lieut. Joseph, 15. 86, 86 n. 

Evelyn, John, 8. 92; 16. 211, 239; 19. 
329. 

Evelyn, Robert, 17. 288. 

Evelyn, Capt. W. Glanville, 20. 43, 185. 
Remarks by the President on the ' Me- 
moir and Letters of,' 17. 288-2yi. 
' Memoir/ presented, 17. 328. 

Evelyn, Rev. William, 17. 289. 

1 Evening Bulletin/ newspaper, 19 281. 

' Evening Portland Advertiser/ 8. 462. 

Evening prayers, discontinuance of, at 
Harvard College, 6. 269. 

Evens, Hannah (Mrs. Field), 14. 152. 

Evens, John, 17. 355. 

Evens, Joseph, marriage of, 14. 152. 

Evens, Mrs. Mercy, 14. 152. 

Evens, Patience (Mrs. Alkins), 14. 150. 

Everard, , 15. 232. 

Everard, John, London, 5. 496 ; 20 23. 

Everard, Sarah (Mrs. Rogers), 5. 491,496. 

Everard, Thomas. 20. 22. 

Evered, Thomas, 20. 22. 

Everett, Hon. Alexander H., LL.D., 

1. 435, 445, 453, 456, 468, 470, 472, 478n , 
479; 4. 400; 8. 131, 132, 138, 182, 183; 

10. 218, 246 ; 12. 24 ; 14. 392 ; 16. 377 ; 
17. 390, 401, 403. Nominated a Resi- 
dent Member, 1. 428. Elected, 1. 434. 
Accepts membership, 1. 436. Of com- 
mittee on exchange of books with Dr. 
Adams, 1. 453, 456. Of committee on 
exchange with the Atheneeum, 1. 455, 
457. Motion of, 1. 470. Of committee 
on manuscripts, 1. 471. Present at 
meetings of the Society, 2. 28, 60. 
Subjects of lectures delivered by him, 

2. 34, 79, 80. Removes to Louisiana, 
2. 215, 608 n. Donations from, 2. 217, 
336, 365. His death, 2. 608 n. Notice 
of, 2. 608 n. 

Everett, Mrs. Charlotte Gray (Brooks), 

11. 372; 12. 262. 

Everett, David, 10. 52; 19. 169, 175, 175n., 
176. Donations from, 1. 202, 219. His 
autograph, faces ig. 169. 

Everett, Hon. Edward, LL. D., 1. 280 n., 
331, 333, 335, 385, 434 n., 486; 4. 125, 
134, 148, 195, 224, 406, 407, 410, 414, 
416, 417, 424; 7. 171, 300; 8. 72, 82, 
182, 183, 191, 197, 202, 261, 448,485; 
9. 192, 218 ; 10. 22, 37, 144, 148, 191, 
213, 218, 219, 230, 237, 245, 252 n., 285, 
286, 307, 362 ; 11. 78, 82, 89, 145, 200, 
233, 271, 357, 359, 361, 371, 372,377; 

12. 6, 25, 142, 153, 183, 261, 262, 439, 
443 ; 13. 3, 24, 70, 76, 257, 259, 280, 350, 
446; 14. 114, 187 ; 15. 5, 198, 215, 219, 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Everett, Hon. Edward, LL.D. (cont'd). 
334, 335 w., 370, 373, 393; 16. 42, 51, 
141, 377 ; 17. 6, 7, 14, 47, 91, 402, 447, 
461 ; 18. 44, 62 n , 80, 167, 209, 252, 279, 
323, 352, 353, 3(56, 436; 19. 49, 49 n., 
115, 199, 268, 302, 304, 341 ; 20. 28, 98, 
233, 235, 238, 241, 385, 386, 390. His 
death, 1. xliii ; 8. xvi, 101, 147. Nomi- 
nated a Resident Member, 1. 287. 
Elected, 1. 288. Letter from the Rhode 
Island Historical Society referred to, 1. 
437. Lecture given by, 1. 477, 478. Of 
Publication Committee, 1. 480. Dona- 
tions from, 1. 483, 496 ; 2. 31, 39, 51, 96, 
170, 233, 341, 349, 410, 416", 418, 442, 455, 
457, 458, 461, 469, 470, 475, 483, 532, 
536, 538, 539, 547, 555, 569, 574 ; 3. 42, 
182; 4. 309; 5. 27, 47, 52, 229, 309; 6. 
15 ; 8 88. His position in the photo- 
graph of the group of members, 2. vi, 
vii ; 3. 32 a. Present at meetings of 
the Society, 2. 21, 132, 426, 429, 432, 
434, 441, 450, 464, 456, 462, 466, 468, 
470, 472, 479, 483, 486, 493, 495, 498. 
Excused from the Publishing Commit- 
tee, 2. 26. Subjects of lectures given 
by, 2. 34. To be admitted to the lioyal 
Society of Northern Antiquaries, 2. 
85 n. Material given in charge to, 2. 
97. Parcel for, 2. 126 n. Letters from, 
2. 178, 179, 191, 233, 510. To receive 
six copies of Vol. VIII., third series, 2. 
248. Of committee to consider the 
ownership of the Hutchinson Papers, 
2. 333. Excused from the committee 
on the Hutchinson Papers, 2. 363. Of 
committee to consider the preservation 
of the Society's manuscripts, 2. 429. 
Report of the committee, 2. 431-434. 
Chosen President pro tempore, 2. 431, 
445, 497. Presents a copy of a diary 
kept by Thomas Newell, 2. 461. Pre- 
sents to the Society John Dolbeare's 
Bill of Lading Book, 2. 470. Of Stand- 
ing Committee, 2. 488. Materials for 
the life of Mr. Daniel Webster placed 
in his hands, 2. 507 n. Correspondence 
relating to the return of maps belong- 
ing to the Society, 2. 510, 512. The 
maps returned, 2. 524, 525. Chosen as 
delegate to attend a celebration at Lan- 
caster, 2. 534. A delegate to the semi- 
centennial celebration of the New York 
Historical Society, 2. 595. Amount 
subscribed by, for the Library and 
new Catalogue, 2. 603??. Stuart's por- 
trait of, 3. iv, 169, 361 ; 4. o35. Re- 
marks bv, 3. 109 ; 4. 436. Portraits of, 
3 iv, 169, 172, 361 ; 4. 244, 335 ; 8. 101. 
Expresses the satisfaction of the Soci- 
ety in regard to the donation from Mr. 
Dowse, 3. 104-107. Of committee to 
take action concerning the Dowse Li- 
brary, 3. 107-109. His address on the 
death of Mr. Dowse, 3. 117-122. To 



prepare a memoir of Mr. Dowse, 3. 122. 
Remarks on Mr. Dowse, 3. 172, 174. 
Presents manuscripts concerning the 
Franklin family, 3. 174-177. Donates 
the record-book of Ecton Parish to the 
Historical Society, 3 175, 176 ; 6. 334. 
Signs a memorial remonstrating against 
a petition of the Historic, Genealogical 
Society for a change of its corporate 
name, 3. 266-270. To receive the 
thanks of the Society for his eulogy 
on the late Thomas Dowse, 3. 354, 356. 
Delivers the eulogy on Thomas Dowse, 
3, 361-398. Portrait of, from Stuart's 
sketch, faces 3. 361. Statement on his 
discourse on Washington, 4. 87-106. 
Letter from, to G: Livermore, 4. 116, 
117. Vote of thanks to, 4. 145. On 
W: H. Prescott, 4. 198-205. The Soci- 
ety meets at his house, 4. 205. On H: 
Hallam, 4. 207-213. Letter to, from 
H: Hallam, 4. 212, 213. Motion, 4. 213, 
310. Letter to, from Robert Walsh, 4. 
231-234. On A. von Humboldt, 4. 314- 
321. On Washington Irving, 4. 395- 
403. On Macaulay, 4. 426. On H: D. 
Gilpin, 4. 432-436. Receives the Prince 
of Wales, 5. 97. And Washington's 
letters, 5. 152. Of Publishing Commit- 
tee, 5. 154. Letter to, from J. F. Wat- 
son, 5. 208. On Daniel Dewey Barnard, 
5. 213-218. Of committee on exchange 
of prisoners in the Revolution, 5. 324, 
346. His plan for publication of Liv- 
ermore's paper, 6. 82, 83. Remarks 
upon the paper by, on slaves as citi- 
zens, etc., 6. 83. Mention of Peter Sa- 
lem, 6. 177, 178. Suggestions of, in 
regard to negro soldiers, 6. 239. The 
Bell and Everett Party, 6. 308 n. Re- 
marks on Nathan Hale, 6 419-425. 
Letter to, from J. F. Watson, 5. 210. 
Regrets his absence when Lord Lynd- 
hurst was to be commemorated, 7. 267. 
And Washington's seal, 7. 374. On 
death of Hon. Josiah Quincy, 7. 391- 
397. Portrait and autograph, face 8. 
101. Tribute to, 8. 101-170. Anecdotes 
of, 8. 272, 273. Portrait of, exhibited, 
8. 476; 9. 244. Story's statue of, 10. 
83. As President of Harvard College, 
10. 292. Letter to, 10. 300. And 
Mr. G: Livermore, 10. 439. His in- 
auguration as President of Harvard 
University, 10. 441. Eulogium on, 11. 
107. Letter of, to Abraham Thomp- 
son, 14. 67. Bust of, presented to the 
Cabinet, 16. 315. His opinion of Mot- 
ley's ' Dutch Republic/ 16. 428. Note 
of, to Dr. Bigelow, 17. 440. His esti- 
mate of Nathan Hale, 18. 278. Quota- 
tion from, on the Hon. John Lowell, 2. 
168, 169. Edits the works of Daniel 
Webster, with a biography prefixed, 2. 
529. Eulogy of Washington by, 3-336. 



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His eulogy on Thomas Dowse, 3. 361- 
898; 4. 242, 251. Cited, 4. 57. Ad- 
dress given at a dinner for Prince 
Napoleon, 6. 15. Address delivered in 
New York, July 4, 18G1, quoted, 6. 
97-99. Speeches and orations cited, 
6. 178. Editor of ' North American 
Review/ 7". 452. 

Everett, Mrs. Edward, 11. 372. 

Everett, H. S., donation from, 10. 105. 

Everett, Rev. Moses, 7. 254, 255 ; 20. 213. 

Everett, Otis, contributes to purchase the 
Society's building, 1. 465 n. 

Everett, Sarah Preston, 18. 279. 

Everett, Sidney, the ' Chevalier de Ter- 
nay/ of, 13. 1.05. 

Everett, William, Ph.D., 16. 36, 437 ; 

17. 242 ; 18. 269 ; 19. 115; 20. 183, 402. 
Donation from, 8. 201, 254; 10 117; 
n. 499; 15. 8; 16. 315. Elected a 
Resident Member, 14. 217. Accepts 
membership, 14. 317. Remarks on the 
death of Mr. Motley, 15. 298. On the 
death of Mr. Quincy, 15. 298. Remarks 
on the death of Victor Emmanuel, 16. 
13-15. Remarks on a proposed statue 
to Leif, the Northman, 18. 79, 80. Of 
committee on the nomenclature of the 
streets of Boston, 18. 244. Calls atten- 
tion to the pronunciation of the names 
of certain places in England, 18. 253. 
Gives an account of a visit to Carlyle, 

18. 330. Remarks on the death of Mr. 
Dana, 19. 206, 207. Speaks of the 
death of Mr. Longfellow, 19. 277, 278. 
Relates incidents of a vacation visit to 
England and Scotland, 19. 392. Takes 
part in the discussion on Mr. C. F. 
Adams, Jr.'s, paper on the printing of 
old manuscripts, 20. 182, 183. Remarks 
on the establishment of courts of Oyer 
and Terminer in Massachusetts, 20. 
332, 333. Remarks in reference to the 
impeachment of Judge Pickering, 20. 
337, 338. 

Everett School, 6 33. 

Everett statue, Boston, 17. 428. 

Everett Street, 6. 30. 

Everlngham, Eleanor, 7. 129. 

Fjveriti' Deacon Joshua, 8. 221, 222. 

Everlasting as a medicine, 5. 395. 

Evines, Richard, 20. 323. 

Evpsquish, Pequot Indian, 16. 402. 

Evvbank, Thomas, cited, 6. 248. 

Ewell, Pres. Benjamin S., 15. 231 n. Do- 
nation from, 11. 84, 499. 

Ewer, Mr., Cape Cod, 8. 221. 

Ewer, Charles, donations from, 2. 236, 
361. 

Ewer, Rev. Ferdinand C, donation from, 
11. 499. 

Ewer, Rt. Rev. John, Bishop of Llandaff. 
1. 20, 21. 



'Ewer Manuscripts' cited, 16. 53 n. 

Ewing, Andrew, 4. 235. 

Exchange Bank, R. I., 1. 202. 

Exchange Coffee House, Boston, 1. 434n. ; 
18. 380 ; 19. 104. 

Exchange of prisoners during the Amer- 
ican Revolution, 5. 325-346. 

Exchanges of preachers, 5. 421, 422. 

Exchanges of publications, 2. 1, 16, 18, 
23, 24, 50, 57, 124, 127, 133, 146, 183, 
268, 363, 494, 535 ; 4. 287. See Collec- 
tions. Chances of increasing the num- 
bers of, 3. 3. Letter proposing an 
exchange from Mr. Whitmore, 3. 91. 
A system of, instituted by the Standing 
Committee, 3. 92, 159. The request of 
the Historic, Genealogical Society ac- 
ceded to conditionally, 3. 95. Arranged 
with Mr. O'Callaghan, 3 96. 

Excise Bill, pamphlet relating to, 1. 21. 

Executive Committee of the Council, see 
Council of the Society. 

Exeter, Eng., 3. 144 n., 145. 

Exeter, N. H., 5. 7, 8 ; 10. 217, 218 ; 16. 
8 n., 256-258, 261, 264, 266, 272, 273, 
275 ; 17. 152, 153, 156, 186 n., 219, 224- 
227, 352, 355 n. ; 18. 435; 19. 126, 127, 
258, 259. Church at, organized, 14. 
140 n. Powder made at, 14. 252. Phil- 
lips Academy at, 18. 280. 

Exeter, R. L, Conference at (1752), 8. 
220-223. 

Exeter Academy, 2. 279 ; 6. 425; 12. 308. 

Expedition from New London to Wood- 
stock, 1699, 9. 473. 

Expeditions against the French, schedule 
of the cost of, 20. 56. 

Expenses of the Society, 4. 240-242. See 
Treasurer, report of. 

Expert testimony in cases of insanity, 
7. 54-56. 

1 Explanation of Map of the Lands 
gained by Treaty with the Indians/ 
1. 20. 

Exports and Imports, 6. 64. Of New 
England in 1631, 3. 183, 184. Of Rich- 
mond Island, 3. 184. Of cotton from 
the United States to Liverpool, 3. 228. 

Express, ship, 3. 78. 

Eye-glass, formerly the property of B : 
Franklin, 3. 113. Inscriptions on the 
case of, 3. 113. 

Eyers, Capt. Samuel, killed by Indians, 
14. 148. 

' Eyrbyggja-saga,' cited, 18. 20, 21. 

Eyre, Eliezer, 14. 376 n. 

Eyre, G. E., & Spottiswood, W., printers, 7 
301. 

Eyre, Thomas, 12. 115; 14. 376 n. 

Eyres, Joseph, 20. 13. 

Eyres, Mrs. Mary, 14. 152. 

Eyres, William, marriage of, 14. 152. 

Ezion-Geber, 3. 207. 



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P. 

Fabes, John, 16. 264. 

Fabes, John, Sen., 16. 264. 

Fabian, John, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Fabius, Quintus Maximus, 15. 35. 

Fabri, Honore, 16. 239. 

Fabri, M.J. E., his 'Handbuch derneues- 
ten Geographic/ 1. 113. 

Fabrian, Mrs. Mary, 14. 151. 

Facsimiles, ' Plan of an Antiquarian So- 
ciety, August, 1790/ by Dr. Belknap, 
i. between xii and xiii. Catalogue of 
the earliest members of the Society, 

I. xiv, xv. Circular letter of the His- 
torical Society, 1. between xx and 
xxi, 1-3. Titlepage of the American 
Apollo, and of the proposal for the 
same, faces 1. xxii, xxiii, 23. Hand- 
writing of the early members of the 
Society, 1. xxxiv, 42, 43, 64, 116, 117, 
150, 151, 226, 232, 233, 246, 282, 283, 
338, 339, 488. First page of the rec- 
ord of the Society, faces 1. 1. Portion 
of Bradford's ' History of Plymouth/ 
faces 3. 21. Great Seal of New Eng- 
land, 6. 80, 81. Paper-note issued in 
1690 by Massachusetts-Bay, faces 6. 
428. Letter of Charles II., faces 6. 488. 
Seal of Louis Duke of Orleans, faces 
7. 154. Handwriting of Phillis Wheat- 
ley, faces 7. 166 ; 15. 386. Signatures 
of Privy Councillors of 1664, faces 7. 
346. Seal of the old Kennebec or Ply- 
mouth Land Company, 7. 369. Maps 
of Boston, facing 7. 477 ; 17. frontis- 
piece. Letter ol' John Hampden to Sir 
John Eliot, faces 8. 427. Autograph 
of Capt, John Smith, 9. 454. Seal of 
the Council for New England, 9. 471. 
Proclamation for a General Embargo 
by Gov. Joseph Dudley, 11. 206. First 
page of Bradford's ' Dialogue/ faces 

II. 406. Handwriting of Gov. William 
Bradford, faces 11. 406. Oath taken 
by Andrew Oliver, fac^s 12. 247. Page 
of John Adams's Diary relative to the 
Destruction of the Tea, faces 13. 191. 
Handwriting of John Adams, faces 13. 
191. Zeno Map, faces 13. 352. Sec- 
tion of indenture of David Thomson 
and others, 14. frontispiece. Invitation 
addressed to Maj.-Gen. Fitz John Win- 
throp to attend the funeral of Sir 
William Phips, faces 14. 216. Certi- 
ficate as an enlisted Montross at South 
Battery in Boston, faces 15. 364, 365. 
First page of the Records of the Presi- 
dent and Council of New Hampshire, 
faces 16. 260. Handwriting of Mr. 
Stileman, faces 16. 260. Signatures of 
Columbus and Vespuccius, faces 16. 
322. Marks made by Pequot Indians 
as signatures, faces 16. 402. Memo- 
rial stone placed in the fort at Castle 



Island, faces 17. 20. New Hampshire 
form of government in 1689-90, faces 

17. 227. Map of the site of Washing- 
ton's birthplace, faces 17. 239. Peti- 
tion of Roger Conant, faces 17. 366. 
Writing by John Albion Andrew, faces 

18. 47. Titlepage of the manuscript 
relating to the Sagadahoc Colony, 
faces 18. 94. Earliest known print of 
Price's view of Harvard College (re- 
duced), faces 18. 318. Garfield family 
crest, 19. 90. Handwriting of Wash- 
ington Irving, faces 20. 201. Act to 
reverse attainders for witchcraft, faces 
20. 284, 285. Map of Rhode Island 
during the siege of Newport in 1778, 
faces 20. 350. 

Faden, William, 2. 221, 224, 224??.; 6. 

38, 40. His map of the British Colo- 
nies in North America, 1. 415; 2. 524. 

Returned to the Society, 2. 221. 
Fadres, Capt., 7. 212. 
Fagan, Capt., 19. 217. 
Fages, Don Pedro, letter of, 11. 353. 
Faggot, Capt. Arthur, 15. 82, 82 n. 
Fahnestock, George W., donation from, 

10. 314. 

Fahnstock, , 17. 204. 

Fairbanks, George R., 17. 79. 

Fairbanks, Jason, 2. 161. 

Fairbanks, Josiah L., donation from, 10. 

144. 
Fairbanks, Mrs. Lydia, 1. 345. 
Fairbanks, lion. Stephen, donation from, 

7. 152. 
Fairbanks, Loring, & Co., Messrs., 19. 

431. 
Fairborne, Sir Stafford, 12. 425. 
Fairfax, Bryan, letter of Washington to, 

6. 114. 
Fairfax, Thomas, Lord, 6 64; 17 341. 
Fairfax Court House, 7. 84. Resolves 

adopted, 6. 113, 114. 
Fairfield, Lieut. Mathew, 15. 86. 
Fairfield, Conn., 4. 34 n. ; 16. 181, 182 n., 

280, 282, 282 n., 283, 285, 287, 293-296, 

298, 300, 301, 303, 304-306 ; 18. 65 ; 19. 

400 ; 20. 93. Aids Boston, 1774, 4. 224. 

Visit to, in 1789, 11. 17-20. 
Fairman, Gideon, 14. 57. 
Fairservice, James, pseudon., his ' Address 

to his Children/ 1. 103. 
Fairwather, Mr., 16. 250. 
Fairweather, John, 12. 107. 
Fairweather, Thomas, 15. 146. 
Falcon, ship, 5-53. 
Falcon, sloop-qf-iuar, 4. 259. 
Falcon, vessel, 7. 412. 
Fales, John, 10. 99. 
Fales, Samuel, contributes to purchase 

the Society's building, 1. 465 n. 
Falke, Dr. Jacob, 17. 67. 
Falkland Islands, 7. 426. 
Falkner, Rev. William, D.D., his sermons, 

18. 429. 



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Fall River, Mass., 4. 93; 6. 253; 8. 198; 

18. 339. 

Fally, Lieut. Richard, 15. 78, 78 n. 
Falmouth, Mass., 12. 395, 399 ; 17. 353 n. ; 

19. 382. 

Falmouth (Portland), Me., 6. 80; 10. 333; 

12. 403; 19. 137. Burnt by the British, 

4. 81; 5.244; 7. 211; 12. 203. First 

Parish of, taxation in, 8. 228. 
Falmouth, case of, 1. 191. 
Falstaff, Sir John, 14. 314. 
Familists, 6. 477, 478; 11. 461. 
Family of Love, 10. 394. 
Fane, Charles, Earl of Westmoreland, see 

Westmoreland. 
Faneuil, Andrew, 19. 105. 
Faneuil, Benjamin, Jr., 4. 217 ; 13. 163 ; 

15. 344. A refugee from Boston in 

1776, 18. 287. 
Faneuil, John, 5. 144. 
Faneuil, Marie {Mrs. Phillips), 16. 390. 
Faneuil, Peter, 12. 322 ; 14. 205, 308 ; 16. 

390; 17. 132; 18. 68; 19. 104; 20.212. 

His portrait presented to the Society, 

2. 19. Portrait of, to be repaired. 2. 
289 n. Portrait of, by Smibert, 16. 395. 
Letter from, to Capt. Peter Buckley, 
7. 418, 419. 

Faneuil Hall, Boston, 1. xviii, 40, 434 n. ; 

3. 74; 4. 79, 217, 219, 301 ; 6. 174 ; 13. 
163 ; 14. 257, 286 ; 15. 8 ; 16. 390 ; 17. 
131. Picture of, faces 1. 38. First 
meeting of the Society in, 1. 39. Din- 
ner given to Gen. Washington, 3. 309. 
Meeting to express grief at the death of 
Abbott Lawrence, 3. 81, 82. Weather- 
vane on, 15. 180. 

Faneuil Street, 6. 30. 

Fanning, Col. David, his ' Autobiogra- 
phy/ 5. 171. 

Fanny, brig, 5. 357 ; 6. 106. 

Faraday, Michael, 14. 24. 

Farel (Farell), William, 11. 455. 

Farewell, Capt. Henry, 15% 79. 

Faribault, G. Barthelemy, 18. 26. An 
Honorary Member, 3. xi ; 4. xi ; 5. xi. 
Donation from, 4. 421. His death, 17. 
xviii. Death of, announced, 17. 362 ; 
18. 26. 

Farish, James C, M.D., 10. 93. 

Farlean, Mrs. C. D., 12. 321. 

Farley, Ebenezer, 11. 316. 

Farley, Frederick A., D.D., 19. 337. 

Farley, Michael, 10. 99 ; 15. 86. 

Farmer, Lieut. Benjamin, 15. 76 n. t 77. 

Farmer, John, A.M., 1. 418; 8. 41-43, 
46; 14. 114 ; 16 117, 118, 140. Letters 
received from, 1. 254, 257. Documents 
sent by, 1. 257 n. Nominated a Corre- 
sponding Member, 1. 338. Elected, 1. 
339. Extract from his letter accepting 
membership, 1. 388 n. A book given 
by, returned to him, 1. 388. Allowed 
to take a book from the Library, 1. 
477. Donations from, 1. 488, 495 ; 2. 



11 



16, 35, 61. Letter from, concerning 
certain Indian deeds, 2. 53, 53 n. His 
death, 2. 53 n. Communication from, 
2. 64. Parcel for, 2. 126. Of commit- 
tee to arrange public papers, 7. 38 n. 
Letter by, 8. 6. Letters of, to Dr. 
Holmes, 17. 152-156. His account of 
ministers in New Hampshire, 1. 252, 
387. His sketch of Billerica, 1. 254. 
His 'New Hampshire Churches/ 1. 285. 
His list of centenarians in New Hamp- 
shire, 1. 317. His ' Register of First 
Settlers/ 2. 183. His ' Genealogical 
Register ' cited, 3. 135 n., 144rc. His man- 
uscript copy of Dudley's letter, 3. 288. 
His ' Belknap's History of New Hamp- 
shire ' cited, 16. 256 n., 257 n., 258 n., 
260; 17. 107 n., 219 n., 220 w., 222 n., 
224 n., 226 n., 227 n. His 'Historical 
Collections' cited, 14. 126 w., 143 n. 

Farmer, Paul, 11. 140. 

* Farmer & Gardener/ publishers of, dona- 
tions from, 5. 319, 440 ; 6. 20, 23, 417 ; 
7. 139, 153, 168. 

Farmer's Castle, garrison at, 17. 178 n. 

Farmers' Exchange, 5. 284. 

Farmers' Exchange Bank, 5. 285. 

Farmer's Museum, 17. 302. 

Farmington, Conn., 17. 147. 

Farmington, N. II, 5. 42 ; 17. 355 n. 

Farnald, Capt., 16. 357. 

Farnall, Lieut. William, 15. 82. 

Farnam, John, 3. 338. 

Farnaum, John, 20. 318. 

Farnese, Alexander, 16. 425, 433, 434. 

Farnham, Benjamin, his * Dissertation 
on the Prophecies/ 1. 146. 

Farnham, John H, A.M., nominated a 
Corresponding Member, 1. 446. Elect- 
ed, 1. 447. 

Farnham, Rev. Luther, donation from, 3. 
50. Extract from his ' Glance at Pri- 
vate Libraries/ 10. 454-457. 

Farnham, Robert {Phelps $- Farnham), 1. 
410, 419, 452, 452 n., 466, 488 ; 2. 3 n. 

Farns worth, Ezra,- 19. 357. 

Farnum, Lieut., 15. 95; 16. 156. 

Farnum, Capt. Benjamin, 15. 80. Report 
of, 4. 303/ 5 * 

Farnum, Henry, 4. 98. 

Farragut, Mrs. 10. 144. 

Farragut, Adm. David G., 10. 141, 339, 
467 n., 481 ; 11. 136, 252, 486; 20. 354. 
His relations with Charles Folsom, 12. 
292, 310, 313; 13. 24, 35. 

Farrallones, ship, 7. 413. 

Farrand & Mallory, Messrs., donation 
from, 1. 218. 

Farrar, Rev. Frederic W., D.D., 18. 180, 
340,405; 19. 6,329; 20. 40, 277. Letter 
from, read, in regard to a memorial 
window to Sir Walter Raleigh, 18. 119. 
His acknowledgment of the Society's 
subscription, 18. 243. 

Farrar, George, 17. 158. 



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Farrar, Prof. John, LL.D. y 10. 219, 277 ; 

20. 233, 235. 
Farrar, Samuel, 1758, 17. 158. 
Farrar, Samuel, H.C. 1797, Andover, 6. 

271. 
Farrar, Judge Timothy, 8. 32. Aged 101, 

8. 438, 440. 
Farrel, Mrs., 17. 200 n. 
Farrer, John, his map of Virginia, 20. 

102-104. 
Farrington, J. G. R., donation from, 4. 

309. 
Farrington, John, Jr., 19. 325 n. 
Farrington, Thomas, 1. 490. 
Farrow, George, 17. 159. 
Far well, Capt. J. D., 7. 414. 
Farwell (Ffarewell), James, 10. 326. 
Far well, ship, 7-417. 
Fassett, Lieut. Amariah, 15. 79. 
Fassett, George H., donation from, 10. 

475. 
Fast Day, 3. 82. 
Fauconberg, Henry Bellasis, 2c? Earl of, 

12. 326. 
Fauconberg, Thomas Bellasyse, 2c? Vis- 
count, 13. 106. 
Faulkner, Abigail, 20. 289 n., 312, 314- 

317. 
Faulkner, Charles, 11. 155; 19. 357. 
Faulkner, Francis, 20. 286. 
Faulkner, Luther, & Co., n. 308. 
Faulkner & Lutwydge, Messrs., 12. 49. 
Faure, Julian, 16. 444. 
Faust, the printer, 10, 455, 456. 
Faust's statue, 3. 140. 
Favre, Louis, his Life of Pasquier, cited, 

17. 312. His tribute to Count Cir- 

court, 17. 312. 
Fawsset, Rev. Wylliam, 15. 262. 
Fay, Jonathan, ig. 155, 159. 
Fay, Joseph Story, 13. 73. Letters from, 

on the origin of names prevailing on 

Vineyard Sound, 12. 334, 335. Dona- 
tion from, 13 44. 
Fay, Capt. Josiah, 15. 75. 
Fay, Richard S., donations from, 5. 196; 

6. 15. 
Fay, Samuel P. P., 10. 58. 
Fayal, 6. 435. 

Fay'erweather, John, 17. 52, 53. 
Fayerweather, Thomas, x. 200; 14. 84. 
Fayette Springs, 3. 232. 
Fearing, Hon. Albert, donations from, 10. 

135, 172. 
Fearing, Paul, 17. 175, 179-181, 183,183n., 

185, 186, 193-195. 
Fearing, Rachael, 13. 207. 
Febiger, Adj. Christian, 14. 88, 91 ; 15. 

86, 95, 102, 104, 106, 108 ; 16. 156. 
Febres, Andres, his ' Grammar of the 

Chilian Language ' loaned to H. Hale, 

2. 67, 68. 
Federal Court, Boston, 5. 257. 
Federal currency, 1. 35 n. 
'Federal Gazette/ 1. 137; 6. 123. 



Federal Party, 6. 280, 308; 11. 52-54. 

ISee Massachusetts. 
Federal Street Church, Boston, 18. 23, 

134 n. ; 19. 390 ; 20. 186. 
' Federalist/ 6. 420 ; 10. 464. 
Federalists, 2. 163-165. ' A Word to,' 1. 

218. Division among, 6. 275. 
Felch, Rev. Cheever, 19. 59. 
Felder, Henry, 14. 255. 
Fellowes, Gustavus, 13. 237, 238. 
Fellows, Col. John, 15. 82, 85, 128, 160 ; 

17. 181 n. Officers of the regiment of, 

15. 82, 82 n. 
Fellows' Orchard, Cambridge, 5. 155. 
Fell's Point, 10. 237. 
Felt, Mrs. Abigail A., 14. 115. 
Felt, Mrs. Catherine B., 14. 115. 
Felt, Mrs. Elizabeth (Curtis), 14. 113. 
Felt, John, 14. 113. 
Felt, Rev. Joseph B., LL.D., i. 392,468, 

478n.; 8.43; 10. 94; 11. 102; 13. 122; 16. 

146; 17. 245; 19. 125. His death, i.xliii; 

n.xviii; 14.H4. Communication from, 

referred to the Publishing Committee, 

1. 387. Nominated a Resident Mem- 
ber, 1. 428. Elected, 1. 434. Accepts 
membership, 1. 436. Donation from, 1. 
496; 2. 39, 80, 145, 243 ; 3. Ill ; 4. 133, 
392; 5. 347 ; 6. 331. One of the twenty- 
six members in the heliotype frontis- 
piece, 2. vii ; 3. 32 a. Present at meet- 
ings of the Society, 2. 15, 17, 18, 21, 25, 
28, 31, 32, 35, 40, 46, 47, 50, 51, 56, 60, 
62, 65, 67, 72, 79, 83, 84, 86, 88, 90, 92, 
94, 96, 100, 102, 104, 109, 112, 115, 117, 
119, 123, 125, 126, 131, 132, 137, 142- 
147, 149, 171, 172, 181-183, 185, 186, 
188, 192, 213, 215, 216, 218-220, 222, 
223, 225, 227, 233-239, 241, 245, 247, 
249, 251, 256, 258, 259, 261-264, 266, 
268, 271, 285-288, 291, 294, 298, 300, 
303, 306, 307, 309, 314, 324, 326, 328, 
334, 335, 338, 340, 345, 350, 352-354, 
356, 358, 360, 362-364, 370, 372, 374, 
377, 378, 380, 383. 385, 389, 411-415, 
417, 419, 421, 422, 424, 426, 429-432, 
434, 441, 443, 445, 450-452, 454-458, 
460, 462, 466, 468-470, 472-479, 481, 
483, 486, 489, 490, 493, 495, 497-499, 
503, 507, 511, 513, 525, 529, 533, 534, 
536, 537, 539, 542, 547, 548, 551, 552, 
554, 559, 571, 573, 592, 596, 599, 604, 
606, 607. To make with the Librarian, 
a catalogue of books, pamphlets, and 
manuscripts in the Library, 2. 16, 18. 
Report of the catalogue of the Library 
in preparation, 2. 18, 19, 32, 41-43, 43 n., 
44 n. Of Committee of Publication, 2. 
19, 89, 114. Nominated to take Judge 
Mitchell's place on the Publishing Com- 
mittee, 2. 64. To consider and report 
on the letter of Mr. J. Herring, 2. 23. 
Subject of lectures delivered by him, 

2. 34, 80, 226 n. To be. presented with a 
set of the Collections, 2. 40. Of com- 



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mittee to attend to the binding of the 
Society's manuscripts, 2. 44. Elected 
Librarian, 2. 64, 82, 233, 251, 271, 313, 
342, 370, 387, 426, 454, 488, 528, 559. 
Communicates donations, 2. 66, 71, 80, 
85, 87, 89, 92, 93, 96, 98, 101, 102, 233, 
235, 236, 238-240, 243, 246, 247, 249, 
255, 257, 258, 260, 262-266, 268, 283- 

285. 288, 292, 295, 299, 301, 303, 306, 
307, 310, 320, 322, 325, 327, 329, 334, 
336, 338, 341, 346, 349, 351-354, 356, 
360-362, 364, 365, 371-373, 375-378, 
380, 382, 383, 385, 410-413, 415-419, 
421, 423, 424, 428-432, 435, 442, 444, 
445, 450-452, 454, 455, 457-460, 462, 
466, 468, 469, 471, 473-480, 482, 483, 
486, 489, 491, 493, 496, 498, 500, 503, 
508, 511, 524, 526, 532, 534-536, 538, 
539, 542, 547-549, 551, 553, 555, 568, 
569, 572, 574. 584, 585, 593, 596, 599, 
604, 606 ; 3. 1. To report to what in- 
stitutions and individuals the Collec- 
tions have been sent, 2. 67. Report 
concerning the distribution of the Col- 
lections, 2. 68, 68 n.-71 n. Receives 
permission to use the Library as he 
may need, 2. 84. To write to the 
publishers of the 'New York Specta- 
tor ' regarding the donation of, 2. 90. 
Resigns his position as Librarian, 2. 91. 
Of Standing Committee, 2. 103. Re- 
signs position on Standing Committee, 
2. 130. To consider the matter of the 
sale of the Collections, 2. 148, 340. 
Of committee to make out complete 
sets of the Collections, 2. 170. Of 
committee on Lectures, 2. 220, 227, 
291. Of committee to obtain copies of 
Hubbard's ' History,' 2. 223. Of Scru- 
tinizing Committee, 2. 232. Of com- 
mittee to consider the subject of ar- 
ticles deposited in the Library, 2. 236, 
238, 239. Of committee to consider 
the amendment of the By-Laws, 2. 
241. Report of the committee, 2. 246, 
247. To have prepared a supply of 
lithographic impressions of letters ac- 
knowledging donations, 2. 252. Of a 
committee to ask for a return of the 
Prince Collections, 2. 258. Of com- 
mittee to consider the extension of 
the accommodations of the Library, 2. 
270. Proposes certain questions, 2. 284, 

286. Communication concerning the 
mode of voting, 2. 284, 286, 533. To 
have a permanent inscription placed 
on the Winslow chair, 2. 285. To have 
a new partition put up in the Library, 
2. 285, 285 n. To provide shelves in 
the new apartment of the Library, 2. 

287. Recording Secretary pro tempore, 
2. 288, 321, 325, 374. To take charge 
of the letter of Mr. Charles Whittle- 
sey, 2. 300. To receive a testimonial 
for his journey in England, 2. 312. To 



Teport on the subject of Mr. A. Hil- 
liard's communication, 2. 323. Com- 
municates letters, 2. 336, 354, 360, 411, 
435, 451, 483, 535. To expend a cer- 
tain sum for binding pamphlets, 2. 350. 
To take certain action in regard to the 
Publishing Committee, at each publi- 
cation of a volume of the Collections, 
2. 352. To send a copy of the Collec- 
tions to the Nantucket Athenaeum, 2. 

353. To consider sending to the British 
Museum a copy of the Collections, 2. 

354. 355. To write to Mr. Henry Stevens 
concerning Hubbard's * History/ 2. 

355. His salary, 2. 357, 487 n., 527 n. 
To consider a proposed exchange of 
books, 2. 375, 376. To purchase such 
volumes of newspapers at auction as 
he may see fit, 2. 410. To confer with 
Mr. Munseli in regard to his proposi- 
tion, 2. 412. Announces the reception 
of the reprint of Hubbard's ' History 
of New England,' 2. 415. Of commit- 
tee to consider a new catalogue of the 
Society, 2. 418. To prepare a suitable 
label for the inside cover of certain 
books, 2. 444. Of committee to confer 
with the American Antiquarian So- 
ciety concerning the printing of cer- 
tain records, 2. 449. Of committee to 
make such repairs as may be necessary 
for the room, 2. 451. To furnish a list 
of such books and pamphlets as may be 
donated to the Library for Utah Ter- 
ritory, 2. 461. Furnishes the 'list of 
books of which the Society has two or 
more copies, 2. 464. To cause the 
Pepperell Papers to be suitably bound 
and indexed, 2. 465. Of committee to 
contract for a catalogue of the Library, 
2. 479. Report concerning the cata- 
logue, 2. 480. Of committee to con- 
sider the request of the Pennsylvania 
Historical Society, 2. 480, 482. Commu- 
nicates an Order of the Council of Mas- 
sachusetts, bearing date 1678, 2. 502. 
Of committee to consider the compen- 
sation for making the catalogue, 2. 
526. To employ an assistant upon 
certain conditions, 2. 591. Of com- 
mittee to consider matters pertaining 
to the Library, 2. 573. To cause 
certain historical journals to be bound, 
2. 604. To report the number of ar 
tides in the Cabinet, 2. 605. Declines 
re-election as Librarian, 3. 29. To 
receive the thanks of the Society 
for his services as Librarian, 3. 32. 
Reads a copy of the grant of the 
Narragansett Territory, 3. 65. Ac- 
count of the paper-notes issued in 
Massachusetts, 6. 428, 429. On the 
Narragansett Patent, 5 400. Remarks 
by the President on his death, 11. 
145. Resolution adopted by the Soci- 



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ety, ii. 146. Rev. H: M. Dexter ap- 
pointed to prepare a memoir of, 11. 146. 
* Memoir of/ by Dr. Dexter, 14. 113- 
116. His birth, 14. 113 Education, 14. 
113. Pastorates, 14. 113. Illness and 
death, 14. 114. Religious views, 14. 115. 
His * Memoir of L. Shattuck/ 4. 147. 
Quoted, 5. 402. His * Ecclesiastical 
History of New England/ 6. 318 ; 17. 
247 n., 251 n. His ' History of Mas- 
sachusetts Currency/ 6. 428, 429 ; 10. 
94 ; 15. 388. His ' Annals of Salem/ 
cited, 12. 396 ; 16. 146 ; 19. 383. His 
publications, 14. 115. 

Felton, Mrs. Anna (Morse), 10. 352. 

Felton, Lieut. Benjamin, 15. 82. 

Felton, Cornelius C, LL.D., President 
of Harvard College, 4. 395; 8. 52,74; 9. 
192 ; 12. 257 ; 13. 3, 446 ; 15. 395 ; 16. 
193; 18. 182, 206, 314, 420: 19 268, 
341, 347. Donations from, 2. 503; 3. 334; 
4. 309 ; 5 26. Elected a Resident Mem- 
ber, 3. 67. Exhibits a copy of Madame 
Piozzi's ' Travels/ 3. 125. Exhibits a 
programme of instruction of the Uni- 
versity of Athens, 3. 237. Presents a 
pamphlet entitled ' Washington and his 
Army during their March/ etc., 3 334. 
States the topographical investigations 
of Mr. Haven, 3. 334. Statements con- 
cerning memorable transactions at 
Trenton, 3. 335. Alludes to the honors 
shown to Washington, 3. 336. Motion, 

4. 145. Remarks on W: H. Prescott, 4. 
184-187. Admired, 4. 234. Remarks 
of, 4. 336 ; 5. 198. Remarks on Wash- 
ington Irving, 4. 408-418. Letter to, 
from Washington Irving, 4. 416. His 
death, 5. ix ; 6. 6 ; 10. 366. Remarks 
on Daniel A. White, and on his death, 

5. 177-181, 441, 443-458. Letters to N. 
I. Bowditch, 5. 509. Autograph and 
portrait of, face 10. 352. ' Memoir 
of/ by G. S. Hillard, 10. 352-368. His 
early and college life, 10. 352-354. His 
literary works, 10. 355-361. President 
of Harvard College, 10. 361-366. 

Felton, Franklin Eliot, donation from, 10. 
86. 

Felton, Samuel M. (Messrs. Felton fr Par- 
ker), 14. 58. 

Female Asylum, see Boston Female Asy- 
lum. 

Fenelon, Francois de Salignac de la 
Mothe, Archbishop of Cambray, 3. 385 ; 
8. 413; 15. 51 «.; 18. 380. His 'Telema- 
chus/ 1. 147. 

Fennel, 5. 390. 

Fenner, Gov. Arthur, 19. 376 n. 

Fenner, Rev. (Dudley?), 11. 201. 

Fenno, John, 11. 22. 

Fenno, John, 15. 87 n., 90n.-95n., 97 «., 
98 n., 100 n., 101, 101 n., 103 n. His 
account of the battle of Bunker Hill 
in the Orderly Book of, 15. 108 n. 



His Orderly Book cited, 15. 108 n., 
109 n., llln.-113n., 117 n., 126 n., 134, 
135 n., 140n., 142n., 143, 145 n.; 16. 156. 

Fenno, John, donation from, 1. 82. 

Fenno, John A., gift from, 17. 328. 

Fenton, Capt., 19. 249. 

Fenton, Geoffrey, 11. 425 n. 

Fenton, John, 14. 344. 

Fenton, Thomas, 17. 217. 

Fenton's (Capt.) alias Bunker's Hill, 11. 
306. 

Fenwick, Lady Alice Apsley (Boteler), 
account of the disinterment of the re- 
mains of, 11. 497. 

Fenwick, George, 11. 497 ; 17. 343. Pur- 
chase of land by Connecticut, 6. 45. 
The Narragansett Patent, 6. 59 n , 60- 
62. 

Fenwick, Sir John, 8. 301, 305. 

Ferdinand VI. of Spain, 13 49. 

Ferdinand VII, of Spain, 15. 61. 

Ferdinand of Ar agon, 14. 314; 15. 48; 16. 
319. 

Ferdinand of Naples, 11. 424. 

' Ferdinand and Isabella/ a copy of, pre- 
sented to the Library, 2. 99 n. ' History 
of/ by Andres Bernaldez, 2. 118 n. 

Ferguson, David, aged 124, 8. 436. 

Ferguson, Hugh, 17. 205. 

Ferguson, James, killed by Indians, 14. 
146. 

Ferland, Abbe, 11. 320. 

Fernald, Rev. Oliver Jordan, 13. 443. 

Fernald (Furnel), Capt. Thomas (?), 14. 
142. 

Fernald, Capt. Tobias, 15. 82. 

Fernow, Berthold, 19 70 n. 

Ferrald, Capt., 16. 354. 

Ferrers, Earls, 5. 149. 

Ferriers Hall, Bewers, 7. 483. 

Ferris, J. A., donation from, 10. 144. 

Fessenden, Joseph, 15. 157. 

Fessenden, Samuel, 17. 159. 

Fessenden, Thomas, 17. 157-159. 

Fessenden, William Pitt, Senator, 7. 32. 

Fetherstonehaugh, Lieut. Wharton, death 
of, 14. 141. 

Fette, William Eliot, 16. 390. 

Fettyplace, William, 10. 190. 

Fever, prevalence of malignant,%n New 
Hampshire, 14. 148 n. 

Feversham, Louis de Duras, 2c? Earl of, 
13. 106. 

Ff [torn], John, 3. 238. 

Ffomel, John, his autograph, 14. frontis- 
piece. 

Ffrost, Elder, legacy to, 5.. 155. 

Fiction, vote asking donations of works 
of, that may illustrate the character of 
the population of the United States, 1. 
120. 

Fiddes, Rev. Richard, D.D., his ' Life of 
Cardinal Wolsey/ 1. 137. 

Field, , 17. 197. 

Field, Abigail (Mrs. Jacob), 14. 151. 



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Field, Cyrus W., 4. 117 ; 10. 470. 

Field, Darby, 14. 145 n. 

Field, David Dudley, 2. 310 n. Donation 

from, 1. 495. 
Field, Rev. David Dudley, 19. 91. 
Field, Mrs. E. E. V., 5. 150. 
Field, Edwin W., correspondence of Hon. 

Charles G. Loring with, 11. 275-277. 
Field, John, marriage of, 14. 152. 
Field, John W., 5. 312. 
Field, Joseph, D.D., 18. 231. 
Field, Mary (Mrs. Pinkham), 14. 152. 
Field, Col. Moses, 13. 223. 
Field, Rev. Richard, D.D., his ' Of the 

Church/ 18. 430. 
Field, Robert, 12. 398 n. 
Field, Samuel, 11. 316; 15. 397. 
Field, Thomas, 17. 210, 212. 
Field, Thomas W., donation from, 11. 

499. His ' Indian Bibliography ' cited, 

13. 308 n. 

Field, Zacrye (Zachary), 11. 316, 317. . 
Field, Lieut. Zechariah, 14. 145. Marriage 

of, 14. 152. 
Field family, 16 365 n. 

Fields, , London, 14. 93. 

Fields, Robert, 19. 178, 179. 

Flennes, Bridget, see Lincoln, Countess of. 

Fiennes, William, see Saye and Sele, 

Lord. 
Fifield, Benjamin, 16 265. 
Fifield, Benjamin, Sen., killed by Indians, 

14. 143. 

Fifield, William, Sen., 16. 265. 

' Fifteen Associates,' Boston, punch-bowl 
of, 13. 200. 

Fifth of March, celebration of, 6. 175. 

Fig, culture of, 3. 223. 

Figgins, Thomas, 15. 235. 

Filangieri, Gaetano, 15. 29. 

Filar, John, 10. 403, 405. 

Filbrooke, Thomas, 16. 265. 

Filer, John, 8. 13, 22, 27. 

Fillmore, Pres. Millard, 3. 74 ; 4. 92 ; 
5.216,282; 7-287; 11. 359 ; 13. 266; 
16. 19-21, 368; 18. 310. Elected an 
Honorary Member, 7. 26. Accepts 
membership, 7. 102. Donation from, 
7. 100. His death, 13. xviii. Tribute 
of Mr. Winthrop to, 13. 259. Letter 
from, to B. R. Curtis, 16. 21. 

Filmer, Sir Robert, 8. 298. 301. His ' Pa- 
triarchal cited, 13. 304. 

Filson, John, his * History of Kentucky/ 
1. 79. 

Finances of the Society, see General Fund 
and Treasurer. 

Finances of the United States, 1784, 5. 
469 476. 

Finch, Daniel, 2c? Earl of Nottingham, see 
Nottingham. 

Finch, Heneage, 1st Earl of Nottingham, 
see Nottingham. 

Finch, John, 12. 261. 

Findale, Lieut. James, 15. 84. 



Findley, Hon. William, 6. 155. Presents 
a copy of his ' History of the Insurrec- 
tion in Pennsylvania/ 1. 103. 

Fines, Charles, 5. 93, 94 ; 10. 379. 

Fines, 1. 210, 211. Remitted, 1. 349. For 
neglect of proper return of books to 
the Library, 3. 246, 248. 

Finlay, George, donation from, 11. 499. 

Finlay, J. B., donation from, 5. 104. 

Finley, James, 15. 155. 

Finley, Samuel, 15. 231. 

Finn, Henry James, 9. 5 n. ; 14. 44. 

Finney, , engaged in a duel, 15. 343. 

Finney, Rev. Charles G., 2. 5. 

Fire, losses in Boston of historical pa- 
pers, 3. 135. Security against, 4. 273. 

Fire (Great), in Boston, Nov. 9-10, 1872, 
12. 384. Remarks by Mr. Winthrop 
upon the same, 12. 279-284. 

Fire Society, see Boston Fire Society. 

Firefly, propeller, 7. 415. 

Firmicus Maternus, Julius, 18. 427. 

First Baptist Church, Hartford, Conn., 18. 
181. 

First Church, Andover, 20. 5w. 

First Church, Boston, 7. 247 ; 10. 160, 162, 
312, 428; 11. 44, 235, 372, 373, 376; 12. 
109, 390 ; 15. 391 n. ; 17. 166, 343, 384 ; 
18. 248, 288, 298, 405; 19. 399 ».; 20. 413. 
A celebration held there on the 29th of 
May, 1843, 2. 254 n. To receive a vote 
of thanks for the use of their building, 
2. 255. Transcript of the records of, 
2. 342, 353. Records of, presented to 
the Society, 2. 381. Photograph of 
the building in Chauncy Street, pre- 
sented, 11. 44. Early records of, 17. 
160, 161. Celebration of the 250th an- 
niversary of, 18. 263. A photograph 
of, given, 18. 287. 

First Church, Concord, Mass., 20. 416. 

First Church, Lincoln, 19. 86. 

First Church, New Haven, 19. 195. 

First Church, Newbury, 3. 151. 

First Church, Newton, 2. 276. 

First Church, Plymouth, 20. 403. Records 
of, 2. 331, 331 n., 550. Narrative found 
among the records, by Dr. Young, 3. 20. 

First Church, Roxbury, 5. 95. 

First Church, Salem', 1. 12; 15. 193, 195, 
211, 215, 216 ; 17. 123-126, 141 ; 18. 37. 
The controversy with the Tabernacle 
Church, 6. 298. Record of, 6. 317, 318. 
Oldest extant covenant of, 6. 317-319. 
Lecture delivered by Hon. Daniel A. 
White, 6. 330. Frame of, 8. 8; 15. 195. 

First Church, Watertown, 18. 288. 

First Congregational Church, Bernard- 
ston, 20. 415. 

First Congregational Church, Fall River, 
18. 339. 

First Congregational Church, N Y., 8. 
117. 

First Congregational Church, North 
Brookfeld, 6. 431, 431 n. 



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First Congregational Church, Quincy, 3. 
210, 213. 

First Congregational Church, Suffield, 
Conn., donation from, 4. 373. 

First Congregational Church, Westfield, 
18. 18 n. 

First Independent Church, Baltimore, 10. 
235. 

First Methodist Episcopal Church, Bos- 
ton, 20. 406. 

First Parish, Methuen, 6. 329. 

First Restorationist Church, Boston, 11. 
129. 

First Unitarian Church, N. Y., 10. 239. 

Fischer, Johann Christian, 19. 221. 

Fish, Mr., New Jersey, 19. 417. 

Fish, Ebenezer, 17. 159. 

Fish, Hon. Hamilton, LL.D., 8. 2 ; 16. 
366, 454. Donations from, 11. 158, 
499. 

Fish, Nathan, 17. 158, 159. 

Fish Creek, 3 ..279, 280; 7. 330. 

Fish Street, 6. 29. 

Fisher, , 17. 203 n. 

Fisher, Miss A., see Mrs. S. Ames. 

Fisher, Abraham, 12. 115. 

Fisher, Ebenezer, Jr., 11. 262. 

Fisher, George Harrison, letter from, con- 
cerning miniatures of Pres. and John 
Washington, 13. 126. 

Fisher, Lieut. Isaac, 15. 77. 

Fisher, Jabez, 10. 99; 13. 223. 

Fisher, Dr. John Carlton, 11. 200. 

Fisher, Joshua, M.D., d. 1833, 3. 295. 

Fisher, Joshua Francis, A.M., 8. 316, 
317; 11. 253; 13. 14, 75, 278. Nomi- 
nated a Corresponding Member, 2. 55. 
Elected, 2. 59. Accepts membership, 
2. 60. Present at a meeting of the So- 
ciety, 2 88. Letters from, 2. 52, 53, 
63, 64. Donations from, 2. 57, 92 ; 3. 
258, 262, 263 ; 7. 1, 115; 8. vi, 201,202, 
315; 11. 500; 13. 126. Vote of thanks 
to, 13. 126. Communications from, 11. 
256, 330. His death, 12. xviii. Re- 
marks by the President on the decease 
of, 12. 330, 331. Remarks by G. S. 
Hillard, 12. 332, 333. Letter from Dr. 
Lothrop, 12. 333. His ' Description of 
American Medals/ 2. 64 n. 

Fisher, Mary, 18. 390, 392 n. 

Fisher, Nathaniel, 19. 165. 

Fisher, Richard S., his * Gazetteer of 
Maryland' cited, 17. 198 n., 199 n. 

Fisher, Thomas, donation from, 2. 364. 

Fisher, Wilfree, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 267. 

Fisheries, 3. 183. Capt. John Smith on 
New England, 12. 454 et seq. Their 
advantage to New England, 5. 478, 479. 
1 No peace without/ 7. 264, 265. 

Fisher's Island, 7. 203; 12. 253-255. 

Fisk, Capt., 7. 262. 

Fisk, Rev. John, 12. 397. 

Fisk, Lieut. Thomas, 15. 82, 82 n. 



Fiske, Augustus H., 18. 342, 343 ; 19. 59 ; 
20. 35. 

Fiske, Cornelia F., 20. 416. 

Fiske, Daniel, 10. 138. 

Fiske, Moses, nominated a Correspond- 
ing Member, 1. 222. Elected, 1. 224. 

Fiske, Rev. Moses, 8. 13, 22, 26 ; 13. 375. 

Fiske (Fisk), Nathan, 1672, 19. 94. 

Fiske, Nathan, D.D., d. 1799, donations 
from, 1. 81, 112, 113. 

Fiske, Oliver, M.D., 2. 107 n. His Fourth 
of July Oration, 1. 113. 

Fiske, Mrs. Oliver, 2. 107 n. 

Fiske, Shepard, M.D., 13. 372, 374. 

Fiske, Rev. Thaddeus, his Thanksgiving 
Sermon, 1. 89. 

Fiske, William, A.B., x. 107, 116, 117, 
120, 121, 129, 133, 144, 150. His death, 
1. xlii, 162 n. Nominated a Resident 
Member, 1. 104. Elected, 1. 106. Mr. 
Winthrop's 'Memoir of/ cited, i.l62n., 

«_ 166 - 

Fitch, , 8. 432. 

Fitch, Mr., 19. 219, 221-253. 

Fitch, Mrs., 5. 292. 

Fitch, Lieut. Ebenezer, 15. 81. 

Fitch, Rev. Ebenezer, D.D., d. 1833, 1. 
129, 168. Nominated a Resident Mem- 
ber, 1. 119. Elected, 1. 120. Presents 
an account of Williams College, 1. 145. 
Donation from, 1. 147. Resigns mem- 
bership, 1. 264. Notice of, 1. 500 n. 

Fitch, Rev. Jabez, Portsmouth, N. H., d. 
1746, 3. 326, 327 ; 4. 12 ; 8. 29 ; 12. 374 ; 
14. 118; 16. 206. His account of the 
throat distemper in New Hampshire, 
1 21, 378. His Earthquake Sermon, 
1 154. His * Brief Narrative . . . re- 
spectingk the Province of New Hamp- 
shire/ 3. 326. 

Fitch, Rev. James, 14. 338 ; 17. 145, 146 n., 
248. 

Fitch, Jeremiah, 12. 108. 

Fitch, John, 12. 417. 

Fitch, L. M., donation from, 2. 473. 

Fitch, Mary {Mrs. Oliver), 16. 397. 

Fitch, Samuel, 11. 395; 15. 397 ; 19. 147- 
151. A refugee from Boston in 1776, 
18. 267. 

Fitch, T. N, donation from, 2. 524. 

Fitch, Thomas, Governor of Connecticut, 
d. 1774, 2. 332 n., 343 n. ; 4. 382; 10. 
162. Letter to, from Joseph Trumbull, 
in 1771, 2. 344 n. 

Fitch, Hon. Thomas, 6. 353 ; 16. 397. 

Fitch, Major Thomas, 3. 343. 

Fitch, Timothy, 11. 140. 

Fitchburg, Mass., 4. 94 ; 7. 208 ; 12. 407. 
Named in honor of John Fitch, 12. 417. 

Fitz, Richard, notice of the members of 
the church of, 9. 375. 

Fitzgerald, John Gerald, 13. 64. 

Fitzgibbon, Ellen, 13. 64. 

Fitzherbert, Hon. Alleyne, 4. 375, 380; 
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Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony, 20. 299 n. 

Fitzhugh, Lieut. Peregrine, 19. 70, 70 n. 

Fitz-Maurice, Charles Petty, see Shel- 
burne, Earl of 

Fitz-Maurice, Henry, see Lansdowne, 
Marquis of 

Fitz-Maurice, James, 19. 81, 82. 

Fitz-Maurice, Thomas, see Kerry, Earl of 

Fitz-Maurice, William Petty, see Lans- 
downe, Marquis of 

Fitzroy, A. H., Duke of Grafton y see Graf- 
ton. 

Fitzwalter, Henry Mildmay, 1st Earl of 
13. 101. 

Five Nations, 2. 472; 3. 33, 34. Propo- 
sitions made by, at Albany, 1688, pre- 
sented by the President, 9. 506. See 
Iroquois Indians. 

Flag, Gershom, 16. 388 ; 17. 386. 

Flag, James, portrait of, by Blackburn, 
16. 388. 

Flag, Mary, portrait of, by Blackburn, 
16. 388. 

Flag, presented by John Hancock to a 
company of colored soldiers, 6. 85. Of 
a negro company, 6. 242. New rebel, 
adopted, 1863, 11. 136. Account of 
the capture of rebel colors, 11. 136, 137. 

Flagg, innkeeper, 11. 10, 31. 

Flagg, Mr., concert of, in Faneuil Hall, 
15. 343. 

Flagg, Rev. Ebenezer, 17. 156. 

Flagg, Josiah, 11. 140; 13. 215. Ap- 
pointed an officer in the Carthagena 
expedition, 18. 375. 

Flags, donated to the Society, 6. 17. Cap- 
tured during the Rebellion, presented 
to the Society, 11. 136, 252. 

Flamanck, Rev. Henry, 2. 448 n. ; 17. 255- 
257, 261. 

Flamsteed (Flamstead), John, 10 324. 

Flanders, Henry, his 'Lives and Times 
of the Chief Justices/ 6. 131. 

Flats, law of, 5. 505. 

Flattich, Gustav H., 17. 20. 

Flavel, Rev. John, 12. 376. 

Flavigny, Maurice Adolphe Charles, 
Comte de, 17. 309. 

Flax-loom, invented by Dr. Bell, 7. 68. 

Fleet, Henry, 14. 376 n. 

Fleet, John, 11. 140. 

Fleet, John, M.D., is examined, and re- 
ceives his degree, 7. 183, 184. 

Fleet, Thomas, 11. 140. Donations from, 
1. 53, 131. 

Fleet, Messrs. Thomas & John, 1. 6, 8, 
10, 17, 83 n.; 3. 136, 137, 139, 140; 8. 
37 ; 14. 316. Account of the Society 
published in their 'Register,' 1. 17 n. 
Donations from, 1. 26, 38, 55, 76. Their 
' Register/ 15. 173. 

Fleet, prison, 5. 131. 

Fleet Street, 3. 283. 

Fleet's Pocket Almanac, 1779, presented 
to the Society, 9. 82. 



Fleming, Abraham, 19. 80 n. 

Fleming, Elizabeth, 1. 7. 

Fleming, Rev. Francis, 17. 206, 206 n. 

Fleming, George W., 7. 291. Recollec- 
tions of, 7. 146, 149, 150. Sketch of, 7. 
149, 286, 287, 287 n. 

Fleming, Henry, 7. 149. 

Fleming, John Willis, 16. 12. 

Fleming, William, 1. 7. 

Fletcher, Mr., 16. 37. 

Fletcher, Mr., 19. 221. 

Fletcher, George, aged 108, 8. 437. 

Fletcher, Capt. Joel, 15. 83. 

Fletcher, John, 16. 264, 269. 

Fletcher, Dr. John, death of, 14. 130. 

Fletcher, Joseph, death of, 14. 133 n. 

Fletcher, Mrs. Joseph, death of, 14. 133. 

Fletcher, Levi, 10. 224. 

Fletcher, Lieut. Pembleton, 14. 132, 136. 

Fletcher, Richard, Dean of Peterborough, 
12. 285. 

Fletcher, Richard, LL.D., 2. 161 ; 10. 53 ; 
14. 389 ; 19. 283. 

Fletcher, Thomas, 17. 217. 

Fleury, Louis, Viscount de, medal voted 
to, 13. 290, 291. 

Flinn, Mrs. Elly, burned to death, 15. 356. 

Flint, Charles L., 19. 318. Donations 
from, 5. 48 ; 7. 376, 408 ; 9. 247. 

Flint, Deborah (Mrs. Lee), 16. 474. 

Flint, Dr. Edward, 16. 93. Pass from, to 
Jolley Allen, 16. 93. 

Flint, Mrs. Elizabeth (Henshaw), 15. 74. 

Flint, Henry, Braintree, see Flynt. 

Flint, Tutor Henry, see Flynt. 

Flint, Rev. James, D.D., 10. 441. 

Flint, Lieut. John, 15. 81. 

Flint, Joshua B., M.D., 17. 425, 426. 

Flint, Rev. Josiah, see Flynt. 

Flint, Rev. Timothy, A.B., 10. 52. Nom- 
inated a Corresponding Member, 1. 416. 
Elected, 1. 418. 

Flint's Pond, Grafton, origin of the name 
of, 10. 137-140. 

Florence, Philip, 15. 157. 

Florence, Hon. Thomas B., donation from, 
4. 391. 

Florence, 10. 165. 

Flores House, Oakham, Enq., 18. 250. 

Florida, U. S., 3. 222, 237. Colony of 
Greeks to be introduced into, account 
of the attempt, 3. 223, 226, 227. Events 
in the Revolution, 6. 214. Slavery in, 
7. 321. Paper on the acquisition of, 
by Webster, 11. 329, 330. Cession of, 
to the United States, 15. 61. 

' Florida/ by Williams, citation from, 3. 
225. 

Florida, Confederate cruiser, 18. 310. 

Florida Historical Society, 17. 79. 

Flourens, Marie Jean Pierre, 14. 9. 

Flower, Lieut. Samuel, 15. 78, 78n. 

Floyd, Augustus, 15. 393. 

Floyd, James B., Secretary of War, 9. 244. 

Floyd, Capt. John, 14. 126. 



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Floyd, William, 15. 393. 

Flueker, Miss, 19. 215. 

Flucker, Mrs., a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 267. 

Flucker, Mrs. Thomas, 19. 215. 

Flucker (Fluker), Thomas, Secretary, 8. 
388 ; 12. 48 ; 16. 371 ; 19. 214-216/219, 
220, 222, 223 ; 20. 48 n. See Palinurus. 

Fly almanac, 1666, 5. 209. 

Flynn, Mrs. Eugene Sophia (Lemercier), 

4. 363 n. 

Flynn, George C., 4. 363. 

Flynt, Dorothy (Mrs. Quincy), 16. 398. 

Flynt, Mrs. Esther, 10. 139. 

Flynt, Rev. Henry, Braintree, d. 1668, 10. 
137 ; 18. 16. 

Flynt, Tutor Henry, H.C. 1693, d. 1760, 
1. 127, 257 n. ; 8. 29 ; 10. 162; 16. 5, 6, 
6w., 7, 8, 8w. f 9-11, lln., 52. His cakes, 

5. 163. And Flint's Pond, 10. 137-140. 
Note of Judge Sewall to, 12. 369. Sil- 
ver vase of, 13. 215. Account of the 
estate of, 17. 157-160. Sermon by, 1. 
48. Manuscript of, 1. 112. Narrative 
of a Journey of, to Portsmouth, 1. 389; 
16. 5-11. His Diary, 2. 326. 

Flynt, Rev. Josiah, H.C. 1664, d. 1680, 8. 

13, 22, 26 ; 10. 137, 139, 403, 407 ; 16. 

11 n., 398; 17. 160; 20. 213. 
Flynt, Mrs. Margery, 10. 139, 140. 
Fobes, Constant, 20. 273, 274. 
Fobes, Edward, 4. 256, 257. 
Fobes, Ephraim, 13. 372. 
Fobes, Ephraim, Jr., 13. 372. 
Fobes, John, 20. 274. 
Fobes, Joshua, 20. 274. 
Fobes (Forbes), Rev. Perez, LL.D., 11. 29. 

His * Account of Raynham, and Notes 

on the Leonard Family/ 1. 73. His 

Election Sermon, 1. 98. 
Fobes, Timothy, 13. 372. 
Fobes, Lieut. William, 20. 273, 274. 
Fogg, Rev. J., 1. 176. 
Fogsr, John S. H., M. D., gift from, 18. 

179. 
Fogg, Samuel, 4. 256, 257. 
Folger, Capt., 15. 351, 352. 
Folger, Abiah, child of Peter Folger, 3. 27. 
Folger, Charles, donation from, 1. 153. 
Folger, Eleazer, 20. 166. 
Folger, Frederick, 20. 166. 
Folger, Mary, 13. 215. 
Folger, Peter, 3. 26, 27; 13. 215. His 

1 Looking-Glass for the Times,' etc., 3. 

26. 
Folger, Walter, Jr., donation from, 1. 153. 
Folger, William, Jr., donation from, 1. 

152. 
Folger family, a genealogical chart of, 

3- 27. 
Follat, Capt, British officer, 16. 71. 
Follen, Prof. Charles, 8. 68. 
Follet (Follett), Nicholas, 14. 138; 16. 

265 ; 17. 226, 228. 
Follet, William, 16. 265. 



Follett, Abigail (Mrs. Wiggin), 14. 151. 

Folsom, origin of the name, 13. 72. 

Folsom, Charles, A.M., 8. 84, 231, 458, 
468, 476 ; 9. 2, 3, 6, 190, 191 ; 10. 105, 
134, 141, 282, 295, 302, 414 ; 13. 13, 267 ; 
15. 4, 5; 17. 22 n.; Donations from, 
2. 261; 5. 440; 6. 383, 470; 7. 1, 100, 
279 ; 8. 76, 314; 10. 344, 368. Elected a 
Resident Member, 5. 199. Remarks, 5. 
364; 7. 144. Suggestions concerning the 
origin of the motto, E pluribus Unum, 
6. 252. Reports a list of books neces- 
sary for the Society's Library, 6. 428. 
Read letter of Mrs. Walsh, 7. 168. Re- 
port on the purchase of books of refer- 
ence, 7. 301. Connection of, with the 
Harvard Triennial, 8. 42, 43, 45, 61. 
On the Standing Committee, 8. 272. 
On the Committee for the Publication 
of the Proceedings, 8. 485. Letter of, 
on the death of Mr. G: Livermore, 8. 
454-456. Vote of thanks to, 9. 228. 
Communication by, 9. 244. His re- 
marks on the old Latin hymn, ' Dies 
Irae/ 9. 358. Communication to, from 
J. Hammond Trumbull, Esq., on the 
Indian name, ' Shawmut,' g. 376. Re- 
tires from the Standing Committee, 10. 
20. Vote of thanks to, 10. 20. Re- 
marks of, 10. 49, 82, 316. Retires from 
the Publication Committee, 10. 315. 
Vote of thanks to, 10. 315. On Deux 
Ponts's 'Campaigns/ 10. 349. On Mr. 
G: Livermore, 10. 467 n. Death of, an- 
nounced, 12. 290. Tribute to, by the 
President, 12. 290-292 ; by Mr. John G. 
Palfrey, 12. 308-312 ; by Dr. Lothrop, 
12. 313-315. Resolution of the Society, 

12. 296. Hon. Theophilus Parsons ap- 
pointed to prepare a memoir of him, 12. 
296. Incident of his tutorship at Har- 
vard College, 12. 314. Death of, no- 
ticed in Mr. Grigsby's letter, 13. 24. 
'Memoir of/ by Theophilus Parsons, 

13. 26-42. His birth, 13. 26. Exeter 
Academy, 13. 26. Graduates at Har- 
vard College, and takes charge of the 
Hallowell Academy, 13. 26. Proctor 
in college, 13. 26. Goes to the Mediter- 
ranean, and appointed consul at Tunis, 
13. 26. Secretary to Com. Bainbridge, 
13. 27. Marriage, 13. 27. Librarian 
of Boston Athenaeum, 13. 27. Letter of 
S. A. Eliot, on management and use to 
a public library, 13. 28-34. Illness and 
death, 13. 35. Relations with Admiral 
Farragut, 13. 35. His character, 13. 
41, 42. His Latin inscriptions for mon- 
uments of Presidents of Harvard Col- 
lege, 13. 37, 38. His literary discov- 
eries, 13. 39, 40. His proposed ' Com- 
panion to the English Dictionary,' 13. 
41. 

Folsom, Charles W., 8. 61. Gift from, 
20. 188. 



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Folsom, Hon. George, A.M., 8. 2, 182, 
183 ; 18. 434. Nominated a Corre- 
sponding Member, 2. 61. Elected, 2. 64. 
Letter of acceptance of membership, 
2. 6o. Donations from, 2. 71, 83, 184, 
338, 361, 534; 4. 133. Letter from, 
2. 91. Statement regarding the New 
York Historical Society, 2. 93. His 
communication to be acted on, 2. 124. 
Present at the meeting of the Society, 
2. 177. His death, 10. xvi ; 12. xviii. 
Remarks on the death of, 11. 3-5. His 
' Saco and Biddeford ' cited, 2. 74 n. ; 
20. 81. His ' Original Documents re- 
lating to Maine' cited, 11. 165 n. ; 14. 
376 n. ; 18. 87 n., b. 

Folsom, Rev. George M., gift from, to 
the Society, 19. 126. Vote of thanks 
to, 19. 128". 

Folsom, James, 13 26. 

Folsom, John, Jr., 16. 265. 

Folsom, John West, 1. 13. Donation 
from, 1. 82. 

Folsom, Capt. Nathaniel, 10. 49. 

Folsom, Gen. Nathaniel, d. 1790, 15. 114. 

Folsom, Norton, letter describing the 
'Burnside Mine,' 8. 281. 

Folsom, Peter, 16. 265. 

Folsom, Samuel, 14. 252. 

Folsom, Mrs. Susanna S. (McKean), 13. 
27. 

Folsom, see also Foulsam. 

Folvvell, Richard, his ' History of Yellow- 
Fever in Philadelphia ' cited, 13. 420 n. 

Fonblanque, Edward Barrington de, see 
De Fonblanque. 

Fones, Mrs. Thomas, 18. 66. 

Fonseca, Juan de, 16. 319. 

Fonteneda, Hernando de Escalante, trans- 
lation of a memoir of, presented, 12. 40. 

Fontenoy, 3. 236. 

Fooks, Mr., Philadelphia, 8. 375. 

Foord, James, 19. 59. 

Foot, Capt. John, 14. 126. 

Foot, Moses, 19. 412 n., 416. 

Foote, Mr., 6. 322. 

Foote, Rear- Ad m. A. H, 11. 136. 

Foote, Hon. Caleb, donation from, 2. 380. 

Foote, Rev. Henry YV., A.M., 14. 25 ; 16. 
165, 388 ; 17. 229 ; 18. 407 ; 19. 54, 445. 
Permission granted to him to copy part 
of Sewall's Diary, 13. 240. Allowed 
to make extracts from the Society's 
MSS., 13. 328. Elected a Resident 
Member, 13. 370. Appointed to prepare 
a memoir of Dr. Walker, 13. 449. 
Remarks by, on privateering during 
the American Revolution, 14. 100. Ex- 
hibits the register- books of King's 
Chapel kept during the siege of Bos- 
ton, 14. 100. Communicates a bill of 
sale of a negro belonging to Dr. Caner, 
14. 257. Elected a member of the 
Standing Committee, 14. 328 ; 15. 276. 
Of a committee to nominate officers, 



16. 100. Of committee to nominate 
officers, 19. 251. Remarks by, on com- 
municating the Journal of Dr. Benja- 
min Bullivant, 16. 101-103. Submits 
the Annual Report of the Council, 16. 
161-165. Submits the report of the 
committee to nominate officers, 16. 173. 
Vote of thanks to, 16. 174. Appointed 
Recording Secretary pro tempore, 18. 
245. Recording Secretary, 18. 400. 
Discourse by Dr. Freeman on the oc- 
casion of the celebration of the Russian 
victories in 1812, communicated by, 18. 
379-387. List of books in library given 
to King's Chapel by William III., com- 
municated by, 18 423-430. Vote of 
thanks to, 19. 55. His 'Annals of King's 
Chapel,' 19. 194, 287. 

Foote, John P., donation from, 3. 50. 

Foote, Mrs. May P., 6. 319, 320. 

Foote, Samuel A., 10. 475. 

Forbes, Mrs., 7. 232. 

Forbes, Charles E., 19. 42, 45. 

Forbes, Prof. Edward, 14. 24. 

Forbes, J. M., 7. 413. Donation from, 6. 
23 ; 7. 24. 

Forbes, Rev. James, 2. 448 n. ; 17. 255, 
256, 256/2., 261. 

Forbes, Rev. John, 13. 312. 

Forbes, Sir John, M.D., 17. 443. 

Forbes, John M., 19. 171, 172. 

Forbes, Ralph B., 12. 289. 

Forbes, Robert B., 8. 261. Donations 
from, 2. 375, 417 ; 5. 159; 12. 289 ; 15. 
228. Elected a Resident Member, 5. 
107. On Auditing Committee, 5. 486. 
Letter from, with log of the ' Midas/ 
13. 327. Vote of thanks to, 13. 328. 
Applies for the loan of the model 
of the steamer ' Midas,' 20. 392. Per- 
sonal memoranda relating to maritime 
affairs, 7. 410-417. 

Forbes, William H, 10. 166, 169; 12. 
221, 223 ; 13. 275. Donation from, 5. 
104 ; 7. 474. 

Forbes Lithographic Co., 15. 272. 

Forbes, see Fobes. 

Forbush, Capt. Charles, 16. 81. 

Force, Judge Manning F., 13. 266 Elect- 
ed a Corresponding Member, 13. 121. 
Accepts membership, 13. 232. 

Force, Hon. Peter, 2. 66, 66 n. ; 4. 60 ; 
6. 104, 105 ; 15. 75 n., 76-78, 79 w.-82 n., 
83, 84 n., 85 n., 86; 17. 358; 20. 104, 
277 n. Donations from, 2. 50, 106, 131, 
170, 176, 310, 412, 498, 539 ; 7. 1. To 
receive Vol. VIII., third series, 2 312. 
A committee appointed to petition Con- 
gress for a copy of his ' American Ar- 
chives/ 2. 418. Report of the com- 
mittee, 2. 420. Request of, to copy 
certain portions of the Trumbull Pa- 
pers, 2. 443. Elected a Corresponding 
Member, 3. 110. Library of, 9. 463. 
Death of, 10. xvi, 133. His ' Amer- 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



ican Archives' cited, i. 205 w. ; 6. 180, 
185, 188-191, 193; io. 264; 12. 186; 13. 
157 n.; 14.184,253; 15. 126 n., 129, 134, 
135 n., 142 n., 143, 145 n., 157 n., 185; 
16. 78 n., 336 n., 340 «., 357 n. ; 17. 62 w., 
63 n. His ' Documentary History of 
the United States/ 2. 443. His ' His- 
torical Tracts' cited, 3. 288; 16. 195 w.; 
20. 402. His ' Notes ' on Mahon's * His- 
tory of the American Declaration of 
Independence ' quoted, 6. 106. 

Force, William Q., donation from, 11. 500. 

Ford, Abigail (Mrs. Strong), 1. 290. 

Ford, Lieut. James, 15. 81. 

Ford, John, marriage of, 14. 152. 

Ford, Capt. John, 15. 81. 

Ford, John, printer, 8. 71. 

Fordham, Rev. Jonah, 8. 12, 21, 26. 

Fordham, Rev. Robert, 17. 343. 

Forening til Norske Fortidsmindesmer- 
kers Bevaring, 13. 9. 

Fores, S. W., 14 169. 

Forest, James, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 267. 

Forgue, Dr. Sf Mrs., 11. 19. 

Forman, H. Buxton, gift from, 12. 251. 
' Walter Scott, a Centenary Tribute,' 
by, 12. 251. 

Forman, Peter, 15. '262, 263. 

Formosus, Pope, 11. 424. 

Forney, John W., donation from, 2. 551. 

Forrest, , 8. 346. 

Forrest, Mr., 6. 240. 

Forrest (Forest), James, 11. 393, 395. 

Forrester, J. J., donation from, 2. 310. 

Forrester, William, 13. 109. 

Forsaith, Mr., auctioneer, 5. 266. 

Forster, , Rawdon, 18. 325. 

Forster, Isaac, M.D., see Foster. 

Forster, Johann Reinhold, LL.D., 13. 354, 
365. His ' Observations in a Voyage 
round the World/ 1. 112. His ' History 
of Northern Voyages/ 1. 122. 

Forster, John, LL.D., 8. 6, 413, 415,; 
12. 236 ; 14. 157, 318 ; 15. 381 ; 18. 442. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 
8. 100. Elected, 8. 172. Acknowl- 
edges his election, 8. 254. Vote of 
thanks to, 8. 416. Transferred to the 
class of Honorary Members, 13. 449. 
Death of, 14 xvi. Announced by the 
President, 14. 204. His ' Life of Sir 
John Eliot ' cited, 13. 90. 

Forster, Lieut. Josiah, see Foster. 

Forster, Lieut. Parker, 15. 82. 

Forster, Lieut. Samuel, 15. 84. 

Forsyth, Major Benjamin, 11. 493. 

Forsyth, Hon. John, 4. 433 ; 18. 192 ; 19. 

17, 17 n. 
Fort Amsterdam, 10. 378 n. 
Fort Bruington, N. Y., 19 423. 
Fort Caswell, flag captured at, presented, 

11. 136. 
Fort Catamirus, 3. 333. 
Fort Charles, 7. 359. 



Fort Constitution, 4. 306. 

Fort Cumberland, 3. 230, 231. 

Fort Edward, 6. 356 ; 10. 164. 

Fort Ellsworth, 7. 85. 

Fort Erie, Oswego County, N. Y., 7. 287 n. 

Fort Frontenac, 7. 329; 11. 319. 

Fort George, 11. 495. 

Fort Griswold, 10. 305. 

Fort Harmar, Marietta, Ohio, 17. 178 n. 

Fort Hendrick, N. Y., 19. 405. 

Fort Henry, flag captured at, presented, 

11. 136. 
Fort Herkimer, N. Y., 19. 405. 
Fort Hill, 4. 28, 33, 40, 221. Fortified, 
1776, 7. 248, 254. Picture of, faces 15. 
364. 
Fort Hunter, N. Y, 19. 403, 405, 418. 
Fort Independence, Boston JJarbor, 6. 

259 ; 17. 21. 
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 16. 366. 
Fort Lee, 4. 305. 
Fort Mackinac, portion of the flagstaff 

of, presented, 11. 159. 
Fort Montgomery, 4. 306. 
Fort Moultrie, service of black soldiers, 

6. 238. 
Fort Mystic, 10. 327. 
Fort Narragansett, 3. 9. 
Fort Necessity, 3. 230, 231, 234. 
Fort Oswego, 7. 330. 
Fort Pitt, 6. 371. 

Fort Popharn, address at, 1862, 7. 474. 
Fort Pulaski, 7. 24. 

Fort St. Philip, flag captured, at, pre- 
sented, 11. 136. 
Fort Schuyler, 7. 329, 333, 335. 
Fort Schuyler, old, 19. 405, 406, 417. 
Fort Stanwix, N. Y., 7. 239 ; 19. 400, 402, 

405, 40$, 413, 417, 423. 
Fort Strong, Noddle's Island, 18. 288. 
Fort Sumter, 6. 31, 213, 324 ; 7. 3 ; 19. 288. 
Fort Venango, donation of relics from, 
9. 248. Letter of William C. Todd re- 
lating to, 9. 248. 
Fort Wagner, 7. 360. 
Fort Walker, flag captured at, presented, 

11. 136. 
Fort Warren, Boston Harbor, 5 374. 
Fort William, Boston Harbor, 5. 109 ; 17. 

20-22. 
Forth, Sir William, Kt., 10. 34. Original 
conveyance by, of Hickam "Woods to 
Sir Edward Coke, 3. 180. 
Fortifications, remains of, near Boston, 

11. 151. 
Fortune, ship, 14. 368; 20. 402. 
Fosdick, Greenfield, 15 161. 
Foss, John, d. 1699, 14. 133. 
Foss, John, Dover, 16. 265. 
Foss, John, Portsmouth, 16. 264. 
Foss, Mrs. Sarah (Heald), 14. 151. 
Foss, William, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Foster, , 1632. 20. 21. 

Foster, , 17—, 17. 160. 

Foster, , 1775, 7. 237 ; 8. 343. 



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Foster, Capt., 15. 130. 

Foster, Capt., 20. 15. 

Foster, Deacon, 11. 140. 

Foster, Lieut., 4. 296. 

Foster, Miss, 8. 396. 

Foster, Mr., Germantown, 1. 386. 

Foster, Rev. Mr., 4. 296. 

Foster, Abraham, 20 312, 314, 317. 

Foster, Adrian W\, 11. 489. 

Foster, Amy J. (Mrs. Hudson), 11. 489. 

Foster, Ann, 20. 314-316. 

Foster, Augustus John, British Minister, 

1812, 5. 260. 
Foster, Dr. Benjamin, 15. 79 n., 80, 128, 

133. 
Foster, Bossenger, 7. 203; 11. 140. 
Foster, Bossenger, son of the preceding, 19. 

Foster, Lieut. David, 15. 76. 

Foster, Rev. Edmund, 17. 156. 

Foster, Edward, 11. 393, 395. A refugee 
from Boston in 1776, 18. 267. 

Foster, Edward, Jr., a refugee from Bos- 
ton in 1776, 18. 267. 

Foster, Eleanor (Mrs. Coffin), 11. 306 n. 

Foster, Eliza H., 11. 488, 489. 

Foster, Mrs. Elizabeth, 11. 489. 

Foster, Lieut. Ezekiel, 16. 76, 76 n. 

Foster, George, a centenarian, account of, 
n.487,491. 

Foster, George B., 17. 365. 

Foster, George I., 11. 489. 

Foster, Capt. Gideon, 15. 78. 

Foster, Mrs. Hannah (Webster), 1. 491. 

Foster, Master Henry, donation from, 1. 
98. 

Foster, Capt. Isaac, 15. 99. 

Foster, Isaac, M.D., Charlestown, 1. 324 ; 

11. 306 n. Quoted, 7. 478. 

Foster, Rev. Isaac, B.C. 1671, 8. 14, 22, 

Foster, James, 15. 116, 117. Sentenced 

by court-martial, 15. 133. 
Foster, James A., 11. 488, 489, 491. 
Foster, James H. & Son, donation from. 

2. 469. 
Foster, Jedediah, 10. 99. 
Foster, Rev. Joel, gives a copy of his 

Ordination Sermon, 1. 167. 
Foster, John, 1710, 12. 374. 
Foster, John, 1775, 15, 157. 
Foster, John, printer, H.C. 1667, 8. 13, 

22, 27 ; 10. 403; 17. 249; 20. 213, 317. 
Foster, Rev. John, Bristol, Eng., d. 1844. 

His ' Essay on Decision of Character/ 

12. 442. 

Foster, Rev. John, D.D., Brighton, Mass., 
d. 1829, 1. 491. Gives copies of his 
Artillery Election Sermon and Dedica- 
tion Sermon, 1. 219. Donation from 
the family of, 1, 446. 

Foster, Joseph, 1775, 15. 157. 

Foster, Joseph, donation from, 5. 309. 

Foster, Joseph, silversmith, 18. 346. 

Foster, Capt. Joshua T., 20. 24. 



Foster, Lieut. Josiah, 6. 178; 11. 489 ; 15. 

81. 
Foster, Martha A., 11. 489. 
Foster, Mary I, 11. 489. 
Foster, Sir Michael, 20. 301 n. 
Foster, Moses, 14. 297. 
Foster, Phineas, 11. 307. 
Foster, Rebecca G., 11. 489. 
Foster, Richard, 18. 373; 20. 140, 142, 

144. 
Foster, Mrs. Sally, 11. 489. 
Foster, Sarah, 11. 489. 
Foster, Sarah (Mrs. Gore), 13. 424. 
Foster, Susan D., 11. 489. 
Foster, Hon. Theodore, A.M., granted 

leave to take books from the Library, 

1. 133, 134. Nominated a Correspond- 
ing Member, 1. 134. Elected,. 1. 135. 

Extract from letter accepting member- 
ship, 1. 133 n. . 
Foster, Thomas, a refugee from Boston 

in 1776, 18. 267. 
Foster, Capt. Thomas Wait, 14. 89. 
Foster, Timothy, 11. 140. 
Foster, William, 11. 140; 12. 66; 13. 419. 
Foster, Dr. William, 20. 140. 
Fotherby, Rt. Rev. Martin, Bishop of 

Salisbury, his ' Atheomastix/ 1. 137. 
Fothergill, Anthony, M.D., J. 183. 

Nominated a Corresponding Member, 

i. 164. Elected, i. 165. 
Fouche, Joseph, 12. 289. 
Foulsam, Ephraim, killed by Indians, 14. 

149. 
Founders of the Society, x. xxxiii ; 2. 

viii ; 3. v, 168. List of their names, 3. 

166. Portraits of, 3. 166. 
Four great cold seeds, the, iw colonial 

medicine, 5. 390. 

Fouraignan, , Martinique, 12. 65. 

Fourde, Joseph, 20. 13. 

Fourteenth Regiment of British Troops, 

removed to the Castle, 6. 483. 
Fourth of July, celebration of, 6. 175. 
Foute, A. M., 12. 289. 
Fowell, John, 14. 360, 385. 
Fowey, Cornwall, 7. 116. 
Fowle, Daniel, 1. 21. 
Fowle, Joshua B., 15. 164. 
Fowle, Nathaniel, 19. 45. 
Fowle, Rebecca, 20. 318, 319. 
Fowle, W. H., 4. 96. 
Fowle, William, 11. 140. 
Fowle, William B., donation from, 3. 182. 
Fowle, Zachariah, 1. 440-442. 
Fowler, David, 19. 415. 
Fowler, Bishop Edward, his ' Design of 

Christianity/ 18. 429. His ' Christian 

Liberty/ 18. 429. 
Fowler, John, naturalized, 4. 362. 
Fowler, Rev. Orrin, donation from, 2. 410. 
Fowler, Philip, letter to, in relation to 

money bequeathed by Rev. E. Rogers, 

6. 346. 
Fowler, Samuel P., donation from, 3. 214. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Fowler, William C, his 'Memorials of 
the Chaunceys,' donated to the Soci- 
ety, 3. 265. To receive the thanks of 
the Society, 3. 265. 

Fowles, , case of, 12. 111. 

Fowls, Samuel, 19. 325 n. 

Fox, Capt., 15. 91. 

Fox, Lieut., 15. 79 n. 

Fox, Abel, M.D., 7. 45. 

Fox, Charles J., advocates an insane hos- 
pital, 7. 37. 

Fox, Hon. Charles James, 11. 7 ; 15. 53; 

19. 374, 375. And Burke, 5. 451 ; 7. 403. 
Fox, Francis, 15. 78. 

Fox, George, the Quaker, 12. 343 ; 18. 339, 
360. And John Burnyeat, 1. 177. 
Discussions of his champions with 
Roger Williams, 6. 49. ' New England 
Firebrand Quenched,' 1. 177. 'George 
Fox digged out of his Burrowes ' cited, 
6.49. His 'Journal' cited, 18. 389. 

Fox, George, Baron Bingley, see Bingley. 

Fox, Hon. Gustavus Vasa, 16. 164, 400; 
18. 196 n.; 20. 190. Offers the flags 
taken by Admiral Farragut during the 
Rebellion, 10. 481. Letter from, ac- 
companying a donation of some rebel 
flags, 11. 135, 136. Vote of thanks to, 
11. 138. Donations from, 11. 252; 13. 
263 ; 16. 206. Elected a Resident Mem- 
ber, 15. 386. Letter to, from President 
Lincoln, 15. 394. Accepts member- 
ship, 16. 1. Of committee to co-oper- 
ate with the United States Coast Sur- 
vey, 16. 183. His death, 20. xx, 353, 
355. Termination of his Resident Mem- 
bership, 20. 56. Elected a Correspond- 
ing Member, 20. 104. Accepts mem- 
bership, 20. 106. Death of, announced, 

20. 353-355. His paper on the * Car- 
roil County Kearsarge Mountain,' 20. 
355. His * Attempt to solve the Prob- 
lem of the First Landing-place of Co- 
lumbus,' 20. 356. 

Fox, Hannah, 20. 318, 319. 

Fox, Jabez, 20. 319. 

Fox, Rev. Jabez, H.C. 1665, d. 1703, 2. 

449 n. ; 8. 13, 22, 27; 10. 403; 17. 263, 

266, 268-270, 272, 274, 275. 
Fox, Rev. John, 1690, 2 449 n.; 17. 263. 
Fox, Rev. John, d. 1756, 8. 30. 
Fox, Rev. John, d. 1587, 11. 423 n. His 

' Acts and Monuments of the Christian 

Martvrs,' 1. 81; 10. 444; 11. 422, 422n., 

424, 429 ; 15. 262. 
Fox, Joseph, Adjt., 15. 81, 93, 95, 99, 103, 

110, 112-114, 117, 121, 123, 126, 134, 

135, 138, 141, 143; 16. 156. 
Fox, Roger, 14. 83. 
Fox, Rev. Thomas B.. 8. 252. Obituary 

notice of Dr. Frothingham by, 11. 375, 

376. 
Fox Point, 17. 354 n. Communication on 

the supposed massacre at, by Mr. Tur- 
tle, 17. 105-111. 



Foxborough, Mass., 4. 389. 

Foxcroft, Mr., Cambridge, 11. 10. 

Foxcrof t, Col. Francis, 8. 40. 

Foxcroft, Judge Francis, 18. 368-371, 376. 
Note by, and sketch of, 8. 40. His 
father, Col. Francis, and his wife, Eliza- 
beth (Danforth), 8. 40. 

Foxcroft, Joseph E., 17. 214. 

Foxcroft, Rev. Thomas, 1. 145. His Cen- 
tury Sermon, 1. 7. His Sermon on 
the Conquest of Canada, 1. 7. Dr. 
Chauncy's sermon on the death of, 1. 
7. His funeral sermon on John Coney, 
1. 153. 

Foxglove, in medicine, 5. 396. 

Foxhall, Nathaniel, 14. 136. 

Foy, Isaiah, 12. 107. 

Foye, Dr., Surgeon 11th Mass. Regt., 7. 83, 

Foye, Ann, 13. 413. 

Foye, Ann, b. 1737, 13. 413. 

Foye, Elizabeth, 13. 413. 

Foye, John, 13. 413. 

Foye, John, Jr., 13. 413. 

Foye, Lewis, 13 413. 

Foye, Sarah, 13. 413. 

Foye, William, an officer in the Cartha- 
gena expedition, 18. 375, 378. 

Fraiser, Major, 15. 96. 

Framingham, Mass., 4. 99; 6. 177 ; 7. 238; 
12. 402, 403; 17. 338, 372, 373, 379, 385. 
Origin of the name of, 12. 409. 

Framingham Academy, 19. 225. 

France, 3. 215, 264, 267 ; 6. 96, 124, 126, 
129, 221, 270, 275, 281, 334. Instruc- 
tions of the Envoys to, 1. 123. Com- 
munication from the minister of com- 
merce, 2. 217. Arms of, on the coins 
discovered on Richmond Island, 3. 187. 
Ratification of the treaty with Amer- 
ica, 3. 303 ??. And the United States in 
1778, 5. 12. Slavery in, 6. 142, 143. 
Plans of conquest in America, 6. 226. 
Offers of protection to America, 1775, 
7. 211. Declares war against England, 
1776, 7. 250. The Seven Years' War, 
7. 491, 492. The paper money of the 
Revolution, 7. 493-495. Relations of, 
with Austria, 1787, 9. 77. Collection 
of engraved portraits of distinguished 
men of, presented, 11. 44. Civil war in 
the time of Henry IV., 11. 209. In 
1789, contrasted with the United States, 
15. 63. 

France, Archives of, committee appointed 
to procure certain information from, 2. 
271, 299. Report of the committee, 2. 
302. Discussion regarding action re- 
lating to the documents, 2. 306, 307. 
Letter from Mr. B. P. Poore relating to 
certain documents, 2. 307, 307 n., 308 n. 

France, Bureau de la Statistique Gene- 
rale, 2. 213 n. 

Francestown, N. H, 6. 434 ; 7. 32. 

Francis I. of France, 18. 91. 



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Francis, Saint, and John the Baptist, com- 
pared, ii. 417. 

Francis, Miss Abby Bradford, 8. 241. 

Francis, Mrs. Abby Bradford (Allyn), 8. 
241. 

Francis, Benjamin, 8. 233. 

Francis, Charles S., 14 46. 

Francis, Rev. Convers, D.D., 1. 446, 450, 
451, 456, 472, 478 n., 479, 482, 487, 490, 
492, 494-496, 500, 500 n. t 503; 2.488; 
12. 5; 15. 3; 18. 175; ig. 314. His 
death, 1. xliii; 7. xiii. Nominated a 
Resident Member, 1. 436. Elected, 
1. 446. Of Publication Committee, 

1. 451 ; 2. 28, 89. Announces the 
death of Dr. Allyn, 1. 473. Requested 
to prepare a memoir of Dr. Allyn, 1. 
475, 475 n. Donations from, 1. 473; 

2. 39, 59, 79, 219, 264, 494. Present at 
meetings of the Society, 2. 3, 14, 15, 
25, 28, 31, 35, 40, 46, 47, 56, 60, 62, 65, 
67, 72, 79, 83, 84, 86, 94, 96, 99, 102, 
104, 109, 117, 123, 125, 131, 135, 139, 
143, 144, 147, 149, 172, 177, 178, 185, 
186, 188, 192, 216, 218-220, 222, 223, 
225, 227, 233, 234, 236, 238, 241, 253, 
287, 307, 320, 324, 328, 334, 340, 350, 
353, 363, 364, 370, 374, 376, 380, 383, 
385, 414, 419, 421, 422, 426, 430, 434, 
441, 443, 450-452, 455, 468, 470, 475, 
481, 483, 495, 525, 534, 539, 559, 571, 
585, 599, 603. Of Standing Committee, 
2. 26, 40, 82, 103, 130, 149, 192, 233, 
251, 270, 313, 342, 370, 387, 426, 454. 
Of Scrutinizing Committee, 2. 59. 
Communicates donation from Daniel 
Adams, 2. 63. Subject of lectures de- 
livered by him, 2. 80, 226 n. To pre- 
pare a memoir of Dr. Bradford, 2. 171. 
To borrow a certain volume from the 
Library, 2. 328. Of committee to con- 
sider the ownership of the Hutchinson 
Papers, 2. 333. To prepare a memoir 
of Hon. John Davis, 2. 361, 361 n. 
President pro tempore, 2. 538. Signs a 
memorial remonstrating against a peti- 
tion of the Historic, Genealogical So- 
ciety for a change of its corporate 
name, 3. 266-270. Remarks on his 
death, 7. 4-9, 11. * Memoir of,' by Dr. 
Newell, 8. 233-253. His ' Memoir of 
Mr. Goodwin" cited, 1. 468 n. His 'Life 
of Father Ralle/ 1. 476 n. His 'Me- 
moir of Dr. Bradford/ 2. 141 n. His 
'Memoir of the Rev. Dr. Allyn/ 2. 
509 n, 

Francis, Ebenezer, 11. 152, 308; 18. 304, 
312. Subscribes to the fund for re- 
printing certain volumes of the Collec- 
tions, 2. 347, 368. Trustees of the 
estate of, 13. 14, 18, 272 ; 15. 275. 

Francis, Col. Ebenezer, 14. 89; 15. 78, 
106, 148; 17. 236; 18. 304; 20. 401. 
His watch in the Society's cabinet, 4. 
418 ; 20. 401 n. 



Francis, Elizabeth Brown (Mrs. Bow- 
ditch), 5. 508. 

Francis, George C, 8. 61, 241. 

Francis, James B., 18. 400 n. 

Francis, John, paid by Harvard College 
for brick ware, 6. 351. 

Francis, John W., M.D., nominated a 
Corresponding Member, 1. 234. Elect- 
ed, 1. 237. His death, 5. xi, 188. Re- 
marks on, 5. 146, 147. 

Francis, Sir Philip, 13. 368. Manuscript 
letter of, exhibited, 12. 214. 

Francis, Richard, 8. 233. 

Francis, Sarah Ellen (Mrs. Mason), 18. 
304-306, 311. 

Francis, Mrs. Susannah (Rand), 8. 235. 

Francis, Valentine M., M.D., donation 
from, 7. 168. 

Francis Joseph L, Emperor of Austria, 16. 
440. 

Francois, Jean, 1. 357. 

Franke, August Hermann, 17. 149 n. 

Frankfort, Ky., 17. 81, 231. 

Frankland, Lady Agnes, 18. 349-351. 

Frankland, Sir Charles Henry, 5. 63 ; 10. 
163; 12. 322; 17. 234; 18. 348-350; 
20. 6. 

Frankland House, Boston, account of, by 
Col. Lee, 18. 347-351. 

Franklin, Benjamin, LL.D., 1. 33, 67, 82, 
403; 2. 3%; 3 121, 177, 180; 4. 24, 
43, 44, 82, 117, 129, 143, 147, 225, 
433; 5. 5; 6. 95; 7. 172; 8. 105, 217, 
461 ; 10. 210, 275, 305, 412, 413, 439, 
456; 11. 104, 106, 256, 300, 323; 12. 
36, 227, 228; 13. 78, 152-154, 157, 
185, 192, 197, 211, 257, 381 ; 15. 13, 
25, 33, 38, 44, 62, 193, 198, 327, 328, 
332, 393 ; 14. 105, 247, 305 ; 16. 41-50, 
101, 179, 208, 211, 255 ; 17. 35, 63, 131, 
132, 312, 372, 418, 459 ; 18. 323, 345 ; 
19. 181 n.,220, 220 n., 310-312; 20 212, 
261. His examination before the House 
of Commons, 1. 20 His newspapers, 
1. 54. Suit of clothes worn by, in the 
year he signed the Treaty of Alliance, 
1. 155. Mr. Watson's letter about the 
clothes, 1. 155 n. A case of matrices 
for types, formerly belonging to him, 
presented to the Society, 2 38. Statue 
of, and clothes used in draping the 
statue, 2. 601, 601 n. Garments of, 
loaned to Mr. Greenough, 2. 605. Re- 
turned to the Society, 2. 606. His 
maternal ancestry, 3 27. Mission of, 
3. 79. The inauguration of the statue 
of, 3. Ill, 176, 177. Inscriptions on 
the case of his eyeglass, 3. 113. Shaft 
erected by Mr. Dowse to his memory, 
3. 115, 177, 364, 393-395. The Wash- 
ington chair, 3. 123. Return of the 
correspondence of Hutchinson with 
Whately, 3. 149. Bust of, placed in 
the Dowse Library, 3. 169, 170. Man- 
uscript concerning his family previous 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Franklin, Benjamin, LL.D. (continued). 
to their leaving England, donated to 
the Society, 3. 174, 175. His birth- 
place and place of burial, 3. 175, 895. 
Letter to Gov. Bowdoin from, 3. 179. 
Letter to Count de Vergennes, 3. 256. 
Letter to Dr. Samuel Mather, 3. 293. 
Urn erected to his memory in Frank- 
lin Place, 3. 395. Statue erected in 
Philadelphia, 3. 395 n. ; 7. 332. Coat 
of, 4. 6. Letter from, to Edmund Burke, 

4. 25, 26. Everett's oration on his early 
days, 4. 100. His letter to J. Lovell 
alluded to, 5. 12. His constitution ad- 
mired by Turgot, etc., 5. 90. Auto- 
graph of, given to the Prince of Wales, 

5. 98. And American prisoners in 
England, 5. 343-345. Views on sla- 
very, 6. 96, 119-126. Delegate to the 
Convention at Philadelphia in 1787, 6. 
112, 113. Letter from, to John Wright, 

6. 119, 120. Letter from Dean Wood- 
ward, 6. 120. Signs the Memorial to 
Congress to abolish slavery in 1790, 

6. 122, 123. Commissioner for nego- 
tiating peace with Great Britain, 6. 
133. One of the Committee of Con- 
ference to consider the condition of the 
American Army, 6. 184. Letter from, to 
Thomas Hancock, 6. 354, 355. On in- 
creasing the number of books in the 
Harvard University Library, 6. 354-356. 
Letter to M. J : Franklin, 6. 355. Letter 
to, from Josiah Quincy, 7. 118-122. Let- 
ter to, from J : Winthrop, 7. 123. Letter 
to, from S : Cooper, 7. 124. Letter to, 
from Joseph Warren, 7. 125. And 
Washington's marshalship of France, 

7. 146-149. Letter to Rosencrone, 
7. 146 n., 147 n. His connection with 
Washington's presumed marshalship of 
France, 7. 286, 287. His coat loaned 
to the Sanitary Commission Fair, 7. 
361. Compared with Josiah Quincy, 
7. 405. Letter on his dismissal from 
the office of postmaster, and his po- 
litical opinions, 1774, 8. 85, 86. Letter 
to, 1771, 8. 468-474. Photograph from 
a portrait of, presented, 9. 249; 11. 44. 
His portrait, 10. 39. Letter of, 10. 316. 
Cabinet portrait of, presented, 11. 150. 
Medal designed bv, 11. 301 n. Letter 
of, to Edmund Quincy, 11. 326-328. 
Letters of, to Messrs. Wright, Smith, 
& Gray, Bankers, 12. 49, 51. Letter 
to David Hale, Printer, 12. 49. To 
Humphry Marshall, 12. 50. Medallion 
of, by Nini, exhibited, 12 52. Bust of, 
by Giuseppe Ceracchi, 12. 81. Auto- 
graph of, 13. 216. Porringer belonging 
to, 13. 215. Medal designed by, 13. 
292. Remarks by Mr. Winthrop on 
portraits of, 14. 160-162. Portrait of, 
by Copley, 14. 160. Portraits of, by 
Greuze, 14. 161; 20. 359, 360, 360 n. 



Portrait of, by Chamberlin, 14. 161. Re- 
marks by Mr. Winthrop on a portrait 
of, 15. 10. Letter from, to Prof. John 
Winthrop, 15. 11, 12. Letter to, from 
Prof. Winthrop, 15. 12, 13. Remarks 
by Mr. Winthrop on the clothes worn 
by, when signing the French treaty, 
16. 50. Clothes in the Society's Cab- 
inet not worn by, when the treaty of 
peace was signed, 16. 370. Proposed 
purchase of the papers of, by the 
United States, 19. 239-241. Portrait 
of, discovered in Dresden, 20. 264. 
His ' Interest of Great Britain with 
regard to her Colonies,' 1. 48. His 
' Articles of Belief and Acts of Re- 
ligion,' 3. 283. His 'Address to the 
Public for the Abolition of Slavery/ 
6. 120-122. 'Life of/ by Sparks, 6. 
120, 126. Paper communicated to the 
'Federal Gazette' by, 6. 123. His 
Parody on a pro-slavery speech, 6. 124- 
126. Sparks's edition of his works, 
10. 281, 282. 

Franklin, Mrs. Deborah, 10. 316. 

Franklin, John, 3. 281. 

Franklin, Sir John, n. 359 ; 16. 384. 

Franklin, Josiah, 20. 212. 

Franklin, Mrs. Josiah, 20. 212. 

Franklin, John, brother of Benjamin 
Franklin, 3. 281 ; 4. 143. fetter to, 
from B: Franklin, 6. 355. Matters 
referring to the improvement of the 
College Library, 6. 355, 356. 

Franklin, Thomas, 19 310. 

Franklin, Walter, 3. 123 ; 17. 134. 

Franklin, Gov. William, 11. 141 ; 14, 340- 
342. 

Franklin, schooner, 1. 203, 204. 

Franklin Academy, Andover, 20. 403. 

Franklin Club, Philadelphia, donation 
from, 8. 76. 

Franklin family, 10. 163 ; 14. 38. 

Franklin Papers, 20. 42. 

Franklin Place, estate of the Society in, 
1. xix. A committee appointed to lease 
the room in, 2. 1. The insurance on, to 
be renewed, 2. 16, 51, 114. Report of 
the committee having charge of the 
Society's room in, 2. 78. Insurance 
effected on the building, 2. 89. Orig- 
inal deed of, 2. 93. Sum paid for in- 
surance on, 2. 103 n. The estate sold 
to the Boston Library Society, 2. 132. 
Report of the sale, 2. 133, 134. Money 
received from the sale of, 2. 133, 134, 
148 n., 211 n., 234 n., 253 n., 269 n., 314 n. 
Urn erected in, to the memory of Frank- 
lin, 3 395. 

Franklin School, name of, 6. 33. 

Franklin Square, New York, historical 
dwelling near, 3 123. 

Franklin statue, Boston, 3. Ill, 176 ; 17. 
460. 

Franklin Street, 6. 29. 



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175 



Franklin Society, 19. 336. 
Franklin Society, Chicago, donation from, 
n. 498. 

Franks, , 19. 71. 

Franks, Augustus W., F.S.A., 8. 94, 95. 

Donation from, 11. 388, 500. 
Franks, Miss Becky T. {Mrs. Johnston), 

11. 255, 257. 
Franks, David, 11. 257. 
Franks, Major David S., xx. 255, 257. 
Frary, Elezer, 4. 256, 257. 
Frary (Frarey), Capt. Theophilus, 12. 

107 ; 16. 107, 108 ; 17. 52, 53. 
Fraser, Mr.., 19. 214-217, 220, 223. 
Fraser, Mrs., 19. 215, 210, 222. 
Fraser, Prof. Alex. Campbell, 17. 94 n. 
Fraser, Charles, nominated a Corre- 
sponding Member, 1. 448. Elected, 1. 

451. His death, 5 xi. Donation from, 

2. 135. Remarks on, 5. 83, 84, 188. His 

' Reminiscences of Charleston/ 19. 248. 

His account of Trumbull's portrait of 

Washington, 19. 248. 
' Fraser's Magazine,' 18. 329. 
Fraternita de' Santi Jacopo e Filippo, 10. 

165. 
Frauds, statute of, 10. 72. 
Fray, Mr., 19. 214. 
Frazer, Gen., 6. 357. 
Frazer, Major, 16. 337, 342, 344-349. 
Frazer, John George, 15. 157. 
Frederic I., Barbarossa, 11. 414. 
Frederic I. of Prussia, 12. 425. 
Frederic II.' of Germany, 11. 415. 
Frederic II. (the Great) of Prussia, 2. 

397 ; 6. 215 ; 7. 491, 492 ; 15. 16, 32,33, 

43, 47 ; 20. 358. Autograph of, 5. 100. 
Frederick III., Elector of Saxony, 20. 356, 

367, 374-376, 379. 
Frederick V., Elector Palatine, 11. 215; 

16 186. 
Frederick VI. of Denmark, letter from, in 

regard to Dighton Rock, 6. 252, 253. 
Frederick VII. of Denmark, death of, 8. 

82, 83. Notice of a paper prepared 

by, 8. 199, 200. 
Frederick, Duke of York, Bishop of Osna- 

burg, see York. 
Frederick, Prince of Wales, 15. 26 n. 
Frederick William II. of Prussia, 1. 131. 
Frederick William III. of Prussia, 1. 131 ; 

17. 308. 
Frederick William IV. of Prussia, 17. 310. 
Fredericksburg, Va., 4.' 96 : 17. 241 ; iq. 

71; 20.344. 
Frederickson, C. W., donations from, 5. 

48. Vote of thanks to, 5. 51. 
Fredericton, N. B., 17. 209, 210, 210 n. 
( Fredonia,' proposed national name, 2. 

317 n. 
Fredonia, N. Y., 4. 94. 
Free trade adopted by Congress, 1776, 

7. 252. 
'Freedoniah,' 2. 317 n. 
Freeman, Col, 14. 84. 



Freeman, Deacon, 14. 84. 

Freeman, Mr. (Freeman, Cobb, 8? Co.), 19. 
430, 431. 

Freeman, Andrew, ig. 259. 

Freeman, Col. Constant, 17. 217. Do- 
nation from, 1. 190. Nominated a Cor- 
responding Member, x. 220. Elected, 
1. 221. 

Freeman, Edmund, 1. 13. 

Freeman, Edward A., D.C.L., 13. 266, 
330 ; 14. 157 ; 20. 173, 394. Elected an 
Honorary Member, 13. 82. Accepts 
membership, 13. 236. 

Freeman, Enoch, 10. 99. 

Freeman, Ezekiel, donation from, x. 191. 

Freeman, Francis A., 16. 387. 

Freeman, Frederick, his ' History of Cape 
Cod ' cited, 12. 417. 

Freeman, Rev. James, D.D., 1. 1, 4, 5, 
13, 14, 17 n., 23, 24, 27, 30-32, 36, 38- 
41, 43, 48, 49, 62, 86, 91, 99, 102, 104, 
107-110, 116, 117, 119-121, 124, 126- 
129, 132-135, 139, 140, 143, 144, 149, 
150, 156, 160 n., 165, 166, 169, 172, 179, 
186-188, 190, 193-197, 199, 200, 214- 
216, 219, 220, 222, 225, 226, 229, 230, 
232-236, 239, 240, 243-245, 248, 251- 
253, 262, 263, 265, 266, 270, 277, 279, 
283, 284, 287, 320, 333, 337-339, 345, 
347, 348, 350, 369, 371, 374-376, 378, 
483 w., 492 n.; 2. 193, 200, 202, 273, 
276; 10. 234; 12. 181, 434; 13. 422; 
16. 370; 17. 217, 218; 18. 379, 380; 
19. 390. One of the founders of the 
Society, 1. x, xiv, xvin., xxiii n. ; 
2. 24 ; 3. 166. To procure a room 
for the Library and Museum, 1. xviii. 
To superintend the publications of 
the Society, 1. xx, xxv n., xxxii. 
His portrait, 1. xxxiv. His death, 1. 
xli. To get Dr. Cooper's pamphlets, 
x. 5. Of committee to procure a file 
of the 'Evening Post,' 1. 6. List of 
books contributed by, to begin the Li- 
brary, 1. 7, 8. Of committee to obtain 
pamphlet from Mr. Bowdoin, 1. 14. 
Of committee to arrange the plan of 
the ' Apollo/ 1. 17. To prepare an ac- 
count of the Society for Fleet's « Regis- 
ter,' 1. 17 n. Presents report of com- 
mittee to confer with Belknap & Young, 
1. 23. Of Publication Committee, 1. 
24, 57, 77, 108, 196, 241, 283. Dona- 
tions from, 1. 26, 30, 55, 56, 76, 123, 
124, 129, 131, 136, 137, 147. Of com- 
mittee to procure a new room for the 
Society, 1. 35. Of committee to report 
a plan for the publications, x. 42. Au- 
tograph and portrait of, face 1. 48. 
Of committee to superintend binding, 
1. 49, 54. Elected Recording Secre- 
tary, x. 50, 64, 82, 97, 105, 117, 125, 132, 
140, 148, 157, 164, 170, 188, 193, 196, 
206, 215, 221. Recording Secretary, 
x. 56, 59, 70, 71, 86 n., 97, 105, 118, 



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Freeman, Rev. James, D.D. {continued). 
160 n., 187, 208, 209, 223. Of commit- 
tee to prepare the room in the Tontine 
Crescent, i. 59. Of committee to 
make a contract for printing the Col- 
lections, i. 78, 83. To select books to 
be sent to Sir William Jones, i. 80. 
Of committee to reprint the Circular 
Letter, i. 81. ^Of committee on in- 
crease of means for publishing the Col- 
lections, i. 86. Of committee on pro- 
posed map of the State, i. 96. Of 
Committee to examine the printer's 
account, i. 97. Of committee to sell 
useless books, i. 101. Of committee 
to consider the expediency of continu- 
ing the publication of the Collections, 
i. 107. To draft a subscription paper 
for printing the Collections, i. 108. 
Letter of N. Freeman to, i. 121. Of 
committee to select articles to be 
loaned to S. Turell, i. 149. Of com- 
mittee on reprinting the Collections, i. 
150, 159, 169. Letter from, to Dr. 
Eliot, i. 151 n. Of committee to de- 
vise a better way of publishing the 
Collections, i. 157. To take books 
from the Library needed for preparing 
index to the Collections, i. 165. Of 
committee on Earl Buchan's letter, i. 
172. His account rendered and al- 
lowed, i. 189. Announces a donation 
for printing the Collections, i. 189. 
Vote of thanks to, for the index to the 
first series of the Collections, i. 214. 
Declines re-election as Recording Sec- 
retary, i. 225. Vote of thanks to, for 
nineteen years' service in that office, 
i. 226. Facsimile of a letter of, faces 
1.226. Elected a member of the Stand- 
ing Committee, i. 226, 231, 239, 245, 
254, 264, 273, 279, 288, 335, 341, 350, 
374, 380. To notify Judge Davis of 
his selection as Orator at the celebra- 
tion of the anniversary of the landing 
at Plymouth, i. 234. Makes a prayer 
at that celebration, i. 235. President 
pro tempore, i. 249. Of committee on 
the reprint of ' Mourt's Journal,' i. 279. 
Indian map communicated by, i. 283. 
Of committee on celebration of the an- 
niversary of the landing at Plymouth, 
i. 287. Of committee on publishing 
the continuation of Hutchinson's 'His- 
tory,' i. 338. Of committee to prepare 
the index to the second series of the 
Collections, i. 338. To ask Admiral 
Coffin for aid in procuring the manu- 
script of the continuation of Gov. 
Hutchinson's ' History/ i. 346. Letter 
of Mr. Gore to, i. 399 n. One of the 
ten original members of the Society, 
2. 24 ; 3. 166. Announcement of his 
death, 2. 24, 24 n. A memoir of, to be 
prepared by lie v. F. W. P. Greenwood, ( 



2. 24. His memoir in Vol. V. of the 
third series of the Collections, 2. 24 n. 
Donation from, communicated to the 
Society, 2. 62. Abstract of his papers, 
report by the Recording Secretary, 2. 
80, 80 n., 81, 81 n. Signature of his 
articles in the Collections, 2. 245 n. 
Prayer offered by, at a celebration of 
the anniversary of the landing of the 
Pilgrims, 3. 130. His ' Memoir of Judge 
Minot,' 1. J45, 151; 13. 256. His de- 
scription of towns on Cape Cod, 1. 
151. His 'Notes on Mourt's Journal 
and Winslow's Relation,' 1. 151. Dis- 
course by, on the occasion of the cele- 
bration of the Russian victories, 18. 
383-387. 

Freeman, John, 10. 22. 

Freeman, John D. (Freeman fr Bolles), 2. 
269 n., 367 n. 

Freeman, Capt. Jonathan, 11. 140. 

Freeman, lion. Nathaniel, i. 62; 11. 
308. Nominated a Resident Member, 
1. 43. Elected, 1. 44. Accepts mem- 
bership, 1. 48. Letters of, 1. 97, 121. 
Vote that he be no longer considered a 
member, 1. 199, 500 n. 

Freeman, Nathaniel, Jr., donation from, 

I. 91. 

Freeman, Major Nehemiah, U.S.A., 12. 

181. 
Freeman, Sir Ralph, 11. 173, 173 n. 175n. 
Freeman, Rowland (N. fy R. Freeman), 

II. 308. 

Freeman, Hon. Samuel, 12. 121 ; 13. 223 ; 
15. 85, 159; 20. 167 n. Donation from, 
1.87. 

Freeman, Scipio, sentenced by a court- 
martial, 16. 344. 

Freeman, Watson (Freeman fr Cushinq), 
n.308. 

Freeman & Andrews, Messrs., 1. 13. 

Freeman & Bolles, money paid to, 2. 
"269 n., 367 n. 

Freeman, Cobb, & Co., Messrs., ig. 430, 
431. 

Freeman Place, 3. 42-44. 

Freeman's Oath, 3. 9. 

Freemason, ship, 5. 358. 

' Freemason's Monthly Magazine,' 1. 
326. 

Freemen, qualifications of, in Plymouth 
Colony, 9. 34. To be admitted only 
by the General Court in Massachusetts, 
9. 49. To choose Deputies, 9. 49. Or- 
der of the General Court respecting, 
12. 105 n. 

Freeport, Me., 17. 88 ; 19. 253. 

Freetown, Mass.,7. 187,213, 219; 12. 395, 
399, 401. 

Freher, Paul, his 'Theatrum Virorum 
Eruditione Clarorum,' 2. 613 n., 614 n. 

Frelinghuysen, Theodore, 7. 144. 

Fremantle, Sir Thomas, 4. 323. 

Fremerij, Prof, de, 13. 309. 



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177 



Fremont, Gen. John C, 6. 308 ; 15. 204 ; 

18. 58. 
French, B. V., Jr., donation from, 2. 432. 
French, Benjamin B., Esq., letter from, 
accompanying the donation of a table 
made from pieces of the dome of the 
Capitol, 9. 353. Thanks of the Society 
voted to, 9. 355. Donation from, 10. 
14. 
French, Benjamin Franklin, 2. 117 n. 
Donations from, 2. 265, 266 ; 3. 251. 
Requests certain books for the New 
Orleans Fisk Free Library, 2. 494, 495. 
Elected a Corresponding Member, 3. 
237. Accepts membership, 3. 251. His 
* Historical Collections of Louisiana,' 
2. 117 n. 
French, Daniel C., 20. 348. 
French, Dependance, 20. 323. 
French, Eli, donation from, 2. 362. 
French, H. W., 16. 385, 391. 
French, Judge Henry F., letter from, read, 
11. 240. Articles of, in the ' Daily 
Advertiser/ cited, 11. 241, 241 n. 
French, Jonathan, clerk of the Old South 

Society, 2. 250. 
French, Rev. William C, donation from, 

8. 431. 
French, 3. 33, 214. Ally themselves with 
Indians, 3. 235-237, 306. Encounters 
of Washington with, 3. 230-234. Their 
treatment of slaves, 6. 152. Their feel- 
ing towards the Americans in the Revo- 
lutionary War, 7. 147-151. 
French Army, 6. 379. Expedition seek- 
ing to expel the troops from the Alle- 
ghanies, 3. 236. 
French caricature, faces 13. 82. 
French church in School Street, 4. 354. 
French fleet, 3. 308. Arrival of, at Bos- 
ton, Sept. 3, 1789, 11. 19. 
French Government, donation of the Sta- 
tistical Documents of, 2. 217. A com- 
mittee appointed to consider obtaining 
certain information from, regarding its 
designs on the New England Colonies, 
2. 271. Report of the committee, 2. 
283. 
French map of Boston and vicinity, 6. 

40. 
French meeting-house, Boston, 15. 173. 
French newspapers, 6. 365. 
Frencli Protestants in Massachusetts, 

petition to the General Court, 4. 349. 
French Revolution, 12. 64, 66. Effect on 
religion and morals, 6. 267, 268. Dem- 
ocratic societies growing out of, 6. 
400. 
' French Settlements in North America, 

Account of/ 1. 20. 
French- Town, Md., 19. 19. 
French Village, N. &, 17. 212, 212 n. 
French War, ' Memoirs of the Principal 
Transactions of/ 1. 12. ' History of,' 
1. 138. 

12 



Fresh Pond, Cambridge, the ice trade, 3. 

55 56 
Frey, M, 7. 332, 333. 
Frezier, Amadee Francois, his ' Voyage 

de la Mer du Sud/ 1. 153, 201. 
Friday Dinner Club, 18. 314. 
Frie, John, 20. 312. 

Friederichsthal, Le Chevalier, com- 
munication from, 2. 173, 174. Nomi- 
nated a Corresponding Member, 2. 174. 
Elected, 2. 176. Letter and donation 
from, 2. 176. 
'Friend/ donations from a, 2. 28, 354, 

364, 442, 444. 
Friend & Aub, 6. 39. 

Friends, the early efforts to abolish sla- 
very in America, 6. 119. In America, 
7. 224. 
Friends, a tavern, 17. 198. 
Friendsville, Md., 17. 198 n. 
Frier, Copt, 16. 108. See Frary. 

Fries, , 6. 275. 

Friesland, medal dedicated to, 11. 302. 
Frinck, Rev. Mr., 8. 216, 218. 
Frisbie, Mrs. Catherine (Mellen), 1. 421. 
Frisbie, Prof. Levi, d. 1822, 1. 421; 2. 195; 
20. 235. '* Memoirs of/ 6. 300. Miscel- 
laneous writings of, 6. 300, 300 n. 
Frisbie, Rev. Levi, d. 1806, his missionary 

sermon, 1. 178; 2. 195. 
Frith, John, 11. 423 n. 
Fritz, Mr., 7. 185, 186, 189. In the guard- 
house, 7. 188. 
Frog, in medicine, 5. 394. 
Froissart, translation of, in the Dowse 

Library. 3. 384. 
Frontenac, Louis de Buade, Cornte de, 14. 

124 n. ; 17. 224, 226. 
Frost, Elder, entertains Col. Goffe, 7. 

282. 
Frost, Major, 16. 108. 
Frost, Charles, 14. 140 n. ; 20. 169, 324. 
Frost, Capt. Charles, 14. 124 n. 126 n. 

Killed by Indians, 14. 132. 
Frost, Edward, 8. 456. 
Frost, John, 8. 456. 
Frost, John, sentenced by* court-martial, 

1775, 16. 344. 
Frost, John, tried for high treason, 1840, 

20. 332. 
Frost, Margaret (Mrs. Marrifield), 14. 

Frost, Mrs. Sarah, 15. 263. 

Frost, Simon, 20 169. 

Frost, Lieut. Stephen, 15. 80. 

Frost, Lieut. William, 15. 82. 

'Frothingham,' origin of the name, 13. 73. 

Frothingham, Mrs. Ann Gorham 
(Brooks), 11. 372. 

Frothingham, Ebenezer, 11. 371. 

Frothingham, Mrs. Eliza, 20. 416. 

Frothingham, Mrs. Joanna (Lamrdon), 
H.371. 

Frothingham, Mary Eliza (Mrs. Rob- 
bins), 20. 405. Death of, 20. 408. 



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Frothingham, Rev. Nathaniel L., D.D., 
2. 254 n., 255; n. 102, 370, 12.5,6,439; 
13. 3, 431 ; 15. 63 n. ; 17. 161 ; 18. 167 ; 
ig. 313 ; 20. 412. His death, 1. xliv ; 
11. xviii. Nominated a Resident Mem- 
ber, 2. 259. Elected, 2. 260. Ac- 
cepts membership, 2. 262. Present at 
meetings of the Society, 2. 262-264, 
266, 268, 871, 285, 287, 291, 294, 303, 
307, 309, 318, 319, 324, 328, 335, 338, 
340, 345, 352, 353, 356, 363, 370, 372, 
374, 378, 380, 382, 414, 421, 443, 450, 
469, 475-477, 479, 486, 489, 507, 526, 
642, 548, 551, 554, 559, 571, 583, 596, 
699, 604, 606, 607. Of Publishing Com- 
mittee for Vol. X. third series, 2 340. 
Of Scrutinizing Committee, 2. 342. 
Of committee to consider obtaining a 
transcript of the records of certain 
churches, 2. 342, 343. Report concern- 
ing the records of certain churches, 
2. 353, 379. President pro tempore, 2. 
374. Presents the records of the First 
Church in Boston, 2. 381. Of Nomina- 
ting Committee, 2. 485, 553. Of Stand- 
ing Committee, 2. 488. Declines to 
serve, 2. 488. Requested to prepare 
a memoir of Rev. Thaddeus Mason 
Harris, 2. 502. Amount subscribed by, 
for the Library and new Catalogue, 2. 
603 n. Resolutions concerning the death 
of Dr. Kane, 3. 152-154. To prepare 
a memoir of Dr. Lunt, 3. 207. Signs a 
memorial remonstrating against a peti- 
tion of the Historic, Genealogical So- 
ciety for a change of its corporate 
name, 3. 266-270 On W. H. Prescott, 
4. 180-184. Remarks on the 'Crossed 
Swords,' 4. 284, 285. Remarks on the 
announcement of his death, 11. 235- 
239. Resolution adopted by the So- 
ciety, 11. 238. Dr. Hedge appointed 
to prepare a memoir of, 11. 239. ' Me- 
moir of/ by Dr. F. H. Hedge, 11. 371- 
386. His parentage and birth, 11. 371. 
College life, 11. 371. Autograph and 
portrait of, face 11. 371. Pastor of 
the First Church, Boston, 11. 372. Mar- 
riage, 11. 372. Resigns pastorate, 11. 
373. Loss of eyesight, 11.374. Death, 
11. 375. Obituary notice by Rev. T. 
B. Fox, 11. 375, 376. Address at his 
funeral, 11. 377. Hymn at Plymouth 
celebration by, 1. 235 ; 3. 130. His 
'Memoir of the Rev. T. M. Harris/ 
2. 232 n. ' Memoir of Rev. William 
Parsons Lunt/ 3. 207-213. His lines 
on the ' Prescott Swords ' referred to, 
11. Ill, 236. 

Frothingham, Rev. Octavius Brooks, 11. 
373. 

Frothingham, Hon. Richard, LL.D., i. 
271 n. ; 3. 332 ; 4. 2, 51, 61, 381 ; 8. 232, 
257, 441, 456, 476, 484 ; 9. 464 ; 10. 14, 
20, 334, 411, 485, 486 ; 11. 43, 228, 244, 



306 ; 12. 7, 43, 44, 48, 176, 211, 231, 250, 
327, 427; 13. 7, 12, 155, 184, 269; 14. 
162, 230, 318 ; 15. 172, 264, 274, 275, 326, 
334; 16. 165; 17. 77, 122; 18. 25, 419; 
20. 38, 174, 193. One of the twenty- 
six members in the heliotype frontis- 
piece, 2. vii; 3. 32 a. Donations from, 
2. 336, 351, 362, 364, 365, 444, 446, 459 ; 

4. 52, 309 ; 8. 480; 12. 264. Nominated 
a Resident Member, 2. 350. Elected, 
2. 352. Accepts membership, 2. 353. 
Present at meetings of the Society, 2. 
354, 356, 358, 362-361, 370, 372, 374, 
376-378, 380, 382, 383, 385, 389, 411, 
412, 414, 415, 417, 419, 421, 422, 424, 
426, 429-432, 434, 441, 443, 445, 450, 
452, 454-458, 460, 462, 466, 470, 472-' 
474, 476-479, 481, 483, 489, 490, 495, 
499, 503, 507, 513, 529, 533, 537, 539, 
547, 548, 551, 554, 559, 571, 573, 581, 
585, 592, 596, 599, 604, 607. Of com- 
mittee to examine the Treasurer's ac- 
counts, 2. 366, 367. Elected Treasurer, 
2. 370, 387, 426, 454, 488, 528, 559 ; 3. 
29, 86, 162; 4. 19, 272; 5. 29, 195; 6. 
19; 7. vii, 26, 363 ; 8. 272; 9. 190; 10. 

20, 173; 11. 45, 243; 12. 80,225; 13. 

21, 279; 14. 28, 328. To give notice 
to those Resident Members not paying 
their assessments, of the Rule of the 
Society concerning the deficiency, 2. 
378. To report if the Society can af- 
ford to publish a volume of the Collec- 
tions annually, 2. 379. Reports re- 
ceipts of deficient assessments, 2. 381. 
A committee appointed to examine his 
accounts, 2. 384, 424, 452, 470, 485, 525, 
553, 606 ; 3. 1, 67, 154, 284 ; 4. 228, 439; 

5. 160; 6. 471; 7. 347; 8. 231; 9. 82; 
10. 485; 11. 229 ; 12. 51, 447 ; 13. 255, 
449 ; 14. 326, 327 ; 15. 275, 276. See 
Auditing Committee. His annual re- 
port as Treasurer of the Society, for 
the years ending April, 1848, 2. 386; 
1849, 2. 425 ; 1850, 2. 453 ; 1851, 2. 471 ; 
1852, 2. 487 ; 1853, 2. 526, 527.; 1854, 2. 
555, 556; 1855, 3. 1, 2 ; 1856, 3. 85; 
1857, 3. 163 ; 1858, 4. 19 ; 1859, 4. 251- 
254; 1860,5.21-25; 1861, 5. 188-192; 
1862, 6. 9-12 ; 1863, 7. 16-19 ; 1864, 7. 
352-355; 1865, 8. 268-271; 1866, 9. 
180-183; 1867, 10. 2, 4, 8-14; 1868, 
10. 166-171 ; 1869, 11. 34-41 ; 1870, 11. 
246-249; 1871, 12. 73-78; 1872, 12. 
219-224; 1873, 13. 14-19; 1874, 13. 
272-278; 1875, 14. 321-326; 1876, 15. 
269-275. To render an account of the 
fund subscribed by Nathan Appleton 
and others, 2. 386, 410, 410 n., 425. To 
sell the Western Railroad shares, 2. 
416, 417. Of committee to consider a 
new catalogue of the Society, 2. 418. 
Of committee to consider preparing a 
memorial to the General Court con- 
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2. 418. Report of the committee, 2. 
419. Of Scrutinizing Committee, 2. 
440. Reads a letter bearing date of 
1775, 2. 443. Communicates a bequest 
left to the Society, 2. 444. Of com- 
mittee to confer with the American 
Antiquarian Society regarding certain 
records to be printed, 2. 440. Chosen 
Recording Secretary pro tempore, 2. 454, 
456. To present the memorial con- 
cerning the preservation of town rec- 
ords to the Legislature, 2. 463. To 
purchase the drawing of Westminster 
Abbey for the Society, 2. 557. Re- 
ports the purchase of the account of 
John Usher, 2. 558. Presents a copy 
of a Chinese newspaper, 2. 584. Re- 
port of a communication from the 
Trustees acting under the will of the 
late Hon. Samuel Appleton, 2. 597. 
jStatement concerning the subscription 
for the Catalogue and the Library, 2. 
602, 603, 603 n. Amount subscribed 
by, for the Library and new Catalogue, 
2. 603 n. To pay sixty dollars for the 
repairing of the picture of Washington, 

2. 606. Remarks, 4. 290-308; 5. 171, 
198, 365; 10. 82, 83, 136, 483; 11. 227. 
Treasurer, 4. 425 ; 5. vii, 18, 199, 205 ; 
7. 102 ; 8. 231, 258, 272 ; 9. 190 ; 10. 39, 
487 ; 11. 32, 131, 229, 326 ; 12. 4, 29, 51, 
70, 71, 78, 190, 191, 215, 216, 231, 250 ; 
13. 2, 6, 7, 17-19, 104, 141, 143, 144, 
278; 14. 25, 26, 158, 317, 319, 328. Re- 
port on the Appleton Fund, 3. 2-4, 6, 
7, 32. To reimburse Mr. Deane for his 
action in regard to the Bradford Man- 
uscripts, 3. 24. To pay for the ex- 
pense of printing the minutes of the 
April meeting, 3. 32. Remarks upon 
the expediency of certain publications, 

3. 36. Of committee to search for 
larger accommodation, 3. 42, 43, 66. 
Communicates a letter from Mr. Sears, 
3. 49. To execute a lease of the prem- 
ises, 3. 65. Executes the mortgage to 
the Suffolk Savings Bank for Seamen, 
3. 66, 67. Of Publishing Committee, 
3. 89. Reads a letter referring to the 
Assembly of July 3, 1776, 3. 98. Re- 
ports the receipt of a check from 
Hon. J. Quincy, 3. 111. Reads a peti- 
tion of Roger Williams, 3. 229, 230. 
Reads a letter from Joseph Hawley, 
of date 1775, 3. 264. Signs a memorial 
remonstrating against a petition of the 
Historic, Genealogical Society for a 
change of its corporate name, 3. 266- 
270. Reads a letter from Gov. Hutch- 
inson, 3. 282. Reads a letter from 
William Ellery, 3. 282. Reads extract 
from Phineas Pratt's ' Narrative,' 3. 
336. Reads extract on the Heath Pa- 
pers, 4. 290-308. Motions of, 4. 437; 5. 
28, 199; 10. 20, 175, 332 ; 11. 131, 142 ; 



13. 51 ; 14. 32, 102, 205. Of committee 
on exchange of prisoners in the Revolu- 
tion, 5. 324, 346. Of committee on his- 
tory of the Rebellion with report of 
the same, 5. 223, 226, 227. On Dr. L. 
V Bell, 5. 409-411. Remarks on Paige's 
map of Boston, 6. 23, 38. French map 
of Boston owned by, 6. 40. Donation 
from, of ' The Idiot, or Invisible Ram- 
bler,' 6. 332. Report of, in regard to 
shares in the Massachusetts Cotton 
Mills, 6. 426. Committee appointed to 
advise with, in regard to investments 
for the Society, 6. 426. On a letter 
from Lieut.-Gov. Hutchinson to Lord 
Hillsborough, 6. 483-487. Appointed 
Recording Secretary pro tempore, 9 227. 
Presentation by, of copies of papers 
relating to the Seal of the United 
States, 9. 351. Vote of thanks to, for 
his services as Recording Secretary 
pro tempore, 9. 367. His remarks in 
acknowledgment of the gift of the 
Peabody Fund, 9. 446. His remarks 
on lines by George Herbert, in Burton's 
' English Empire in America,' 9. 464. 
Incident connected with Major Andre, 
related by, 9. 465. Meetings of the 
Society at his house, 11. 231, 232; 14. 
52, 102. Reads a paper on the ' Dec- 
laration of Independence,' 11. 232. Of 
committee on alterations in the By- 
Laws, 11. 405. Reads a Copy of Gov. 
Hutchinson's conversation with George 
III., 12. 59. Authorized, together with 
the President, to execute a mortgage 
of the Society's land and building, 12. 
130, 212. Reads extracts from the 
' Massachusetts Spy,' 12. 157, 158. Let- 
ter of Mr. Harry Edes to, 12. 176-181. 
Authorized to borrow money on the 
credit of the Society, 12. 181. Author- 
ized to execute a deed for relinquish- 
ing a ' Declaration of Trust ' made by 
the Society, 12. 212. Of committee to 
publish a volume of Revolutionary 
Papers, 13. 232. Reads a letter from 
Hutchinson to Dr. Robertson, 13. 252. 
Of committee on the proposed Lowell 
Institute lectures, 14. 53. Remarks by. 
on Bunker- Hill battle, at the meeting 
at his house, 14. 53-68. Papers relat- 
ing to the battle, submitted by, 14. 68- 
91. Committee on the Philadelphia 
Centennial Exhibition, 14. 158. Com- 
munication referred to him, 14. 158. 
Presents report of the committee on 
the Philadelphia Centennial, 14. 170. 
Reads a letter from Mr. Saltonstall, 14. 
170. Calls attention to the Hancock 
Letter-Books, 14. 184. Remarks by, 
on submitting papers, etc., relating to 
the siege of Boston, 14. 261-275. Let- 
ters and diary relating to the siege, 
submitted by, 14. 275-298. Letter 



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Frothingham, Hon. Kichard, LL.D. 

(continued). 
from Georgiana Adlane referred to, 

14. 328. Submits a vote in regard to 
the sinking fund, 15. 277. Vote of 
thanks to, 15. 277. Communicates a 
manuscript diary of Thomas Newell, 

15. 334. Elected a member of the 
Council, 15. 380. Elected a member 
of the Executive Committee of the 
Council, 16. 173. Remarks by, in re- 
lation to the ' Hutchinson Letters/ 16. 
101. Of a committee to attend Mr. 
Bryant's funeral, 16. 194. His death, 
17. xviii. Vote of thanks to, on re- 
tirement from the Executive Com- 
mittee, 17. 70, 77. Death of, an- 
nounced by the President, 17. 328- 
331. Resolution of the Society, 17. 
331. Remarks b} r Mr. Deane, 17. 
331-334. Remarks by Mr. Smith, 17. 
334, 335; by Mr. C. F. Adams, Jr., 17. 
335-337. Extract from a letter of Mr. 
Grigsby on the death of, 18. 4. Mr. 
Deane to prepare a memoir of, 18. 67. 
A portrait of, given, 18. 318. The 
plates of his ' Siege of Boston/ ' Life 
and Times of Joseph Warren/ and 
' Rise of the Republic/ given to the 
Society by his widow, 20. 174, 193. 
Irving's estimate of his ' Siege of Bos- 
ton/ 20. 175. Notice of Dr. Bartlett 
by, 1. 323-330. His ' Life and Times 
of Joseph Warren ' cited, 2. 337 n., 
477 n.; 10. 5; 11. 105; 12. 178 n. ; 13. 
176; 15. 168 n., 174. His ' Siege of 
Boston' cited, 2. 443; 14. 62, 63 n., 
328 n. ; 15. 109 w., 115 n., 256 ; 16. 359 ; 
17. 181 n.; 19. 377 n. Citations from his 
works, 4. 60, 62. ' History of Charles- 
town ' cited, 9.. 19 ; 12. 39b ; 16. 203 n. ; 
20. 147 n. Paper on * The Declaration 
of Independence/ 11. 232. Paper on 
the l Destruction of Tea in Boston 
Harbor/ 13. 156-183. ' Rise of the Re- 
public' cited, 13. 189. 

Frothingham, Samuel, 20. 405. 

Frothingham, Thomas G., 19. 357. Letter 
and invitation from, read, 18. 431. 

Frothingham, Mrs. Vrylena, 20. 193. 
Letter from, communicating a gift to 
the Society, 20. 174. Vote of thanks 
to, 20. 175. 

Froude, James Anthony, 12. 279, 287n.; 
13. 13, 83 ; 14. 54; 16. 430, 436; 20. 362, 
394. Elected an Honorary Member, 
10. 2, 146. Remarks of the President 
on introducing him to the Society, 
12. 284, 285. His review of Motley's 
* Dutch Republic/ 16. 426, 427. 

Fruin, M., 16. 453, 461, 463. 

Fry, Adrian, marriage of, 14. 152. 

Fry, Elizabeth (Mrs. Tompson), 14. 151. 

Fry, Francis, F.S.A., 10. 449, 450. His 
reprints, 10. 459 n. 



Fry, John, 20. 314. 

Fry, Prof. Joshua, 10. 26. 

Frye, Major, 17. 48. 

Frye, Frederick, ig. 325 n. 

Frye, Col. James, 6. 178; 14. 68 n., 89; 
15. 79, 85, 87, 91, 95, 97, 106, 108, 109, 
111, 113, 129, 154, 159, 160, 255; 19. 
325 n. Officers of his regiment, 15. 79, 
79 n., 80. 

Frye, Col. Peter, Salem, 8. 357. 

Fryeburg, Me., 18. 42. 

Fryer, Nathaniel, 13. 314 ; 16. 264, 269, 
272 ; 17. 226, 228. Death of, 14. 141. 

Fuentes y Guzman, Don Francisco de, 
cited, 4. 280. 

Fuite, Robert, 12. 289. 

Fulgentius, Fabrius Claudius Gordianus, 
St., his ' Opera/ 18. 427. 

Fulham, town of, distance from London, 
3-21. 

Fulham Library, 2. 602 n. ; 3. 19 ; 11. 405. 
Search and recovery of the Bradford 
Manuscript, 3. 20, 21 n.-23, 29. In the 
charge of the Bishop of London, 3. 21 n. 
To receive a copy of the volume con- 
taining Bradford's ' History/ 3. 91. 
Visit to, by Mr. Deane. 9. 344. 

Fulke, Rev. William, D.D ., 11. 201. 

Full, Thomas, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 267. 

Fullam, Lieut. Elisha, 15. 76 n. 

Fuller, Rev. Dr., donation from, 3. 182. 

Fuller, Sergeant, 14. 85. 

Fuller, Abraham, 2. 20. 

Fuller, Amos, 1. 345. 

Fuller, Rev. Arthur B., donation from, 5. 
347. 

Fuller, Lieut. Ballard, 15. 79 n. 

Fuller, H. Weld, donations from, 2. 354, 
485. 

Fuller, Henry H., 18. 44. 

Fuller, Jacob, 15. 77. 

Fuller, Jeremiah, 1. 344. 

Fuller, John, 17. 158. 

Fuller, Capt. John, 15. 76. 

Fuller. Jonathan, 17. 158, 159. 

Fuller, Jonathan, Zd, 17. 159. 

Fuller, Joshua, 17. 158, 159. 

Fuller, Josiah, 17. 158. 

Fuller, Margaret, Countess d'Ossoli, see 
Ossoli. 

Fuller, Capt. Nathan, 15. 80, 91. 

Fuller, Samuel, M.T)., 6. 475; 18. 298, 299. 
Extract from a letter of, to Gov. Brad- 
ford, 11. 399, 400. 

Fuller, Mrs. Sarah, 1. 345. 

Fuller, Stephen P., 6. 34, 37. 

Fuller, Thomas, 10. 85. 

Fuller, Rev. Thomas, D.D., d. 1661, 7. 313. 

Fuller, Hon. Timothy, 19. 176-178. 

Fuller, William, 16. 265. 

Fullerton, chairmaker, 8 334. 

Fullerton, Nathaniel. 13. 243, 254. 

Fullerton Island, 4. 114. 

Fullsome, Lieut. Elisha, 15. 76- 



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Fulton, Robert, n. 300; 13. 381. 

Fulton Street, 6. 29. 

Funds of the Society, see Annual Meet- 
ing, Report of the Treasurer. 

Funeral customs at Albany in 1796, 19. 
420. Remarks by the President con- 
cerning, 17. 166-170. 

Funerals, Memorial for the regulation of, 
1717, 20. 5. 

Fun£s, Rev. Gregorio, D.D., nominated 
a Corresponding Member, 1. 384. Elect- 
ed, 1. 385. 

Furber, Mrs. Elizabeth, death of, 14. 141. 

Furber, William, the emigrant, 14. 141 n. 

Furber, William, 14. 118. Marriage of, 
14. 151. 

Furber, Lieut. William, death of, 14. 146. 

Furber, William, Sen., 14. 141 ; 16. 265. 

Furdustrandir, 2. 98 n. 

Furgerson, Capt. John, 15. 78 n., 79. 

Furnass, John, donations from, 1. 54, 84. 

Furnel, see also Fernald. 

Furnel, Mrs., see Allen, Ann. 

Furnel, Nathaniel, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Furney, John, an officer in the Cartha- 
gena expedition, 18. 373. 

Furs, 3. 183. 



G. 

Gabri, Jacob, 16. 210. 

Gachard, Louis Prosper, 16. 431. 

Gadbury, Job, 7. 129. 

Gade, Gerhard, donation from, 13. 9. 
Vote of thanks to, 13. 11. 

Gade, Mrs. Helen (Allyn), 13. 9. 

Gadsden, Christopher, Lieutenant- Gov- 
ernor of South Carolina, 6. 96, 132, 133 ; 
n. 25*4, 257 ; 17. 80. Letter from, to 
Fr. S. Johnson, 6. 133. 

Gaerfili Castle, Wales, 19 90. 

Gaffield, Thomas, donation from, 7. 347. 

Gage, Capt. Nathaniel, 15. 80. 

Gage, Rev. Nathaniel, 8. 456 

Gage, Thomas, 2. 84. His ' Survey of the 
West Indies/ 1. 53, 153; 2. 84 n. 

Gage, Gen. Thomas, Governor of Massa- 
chusetts, 1. 26, 75, 485 n. ; 3. 35, 202 ; 4. 
23-25, 79, 81 ; 5. 2, 3, 38 ; 7. 189, 195, 
198, 200, 208, 209; 8. 328-406, passim; 
10. 128; 11. 331; 12. 59, 176, 186, 208, 
211, 402 n., 419; 13. 53, 57, 58, G0n., 
164 n., 221 ; 14. 6S n., 70, 76, 81, 83, 92, 
99, 232, 237-243, 245-247, 279, 290, 292, 
309, 310, 316, 341-349, 351-358; 15. 69, 
155, 166, 179, 326, 353, 356, 391 n. ; 16. 
6n., 42, 71, 156, 158, 371, 375, 376; 17. 
316-318, 321, 324, 325; 19. 132; 20. 
269. Letters from, and others, to the 
ministry, 1. 20, 89. His instructions to 
Captain Brown and Ensign de Bernicre, 
1. 21. Address to, 1. 293 n. Address 



to, with answer from, 3. 38. Succeeds 
Gov. Hutchinson in office, 3. 144 ; 15. 
352. One of the original passes issued 
in accordance with his order, exhibited, 
3 180, 181. Copy of his reply to George 
Chalmers, 3. 261. Anecdote concern- 
ing the embargo laid on persons leaving 
Boston, 3. 261, 262. Arrives in Boston, 
4. 219. Whether to attack him, 4, 23l. 
Proclamation issued, June, 1775, 5. 327; 
15. 354, 359, 361. Despatches for, 
seized, 7. 193. Events of the Revolu- 
tion, 6. 212. Letters to, concerning the 
Boston Massacre, 6. 487. Extract from 
a letter to, 7. 295. Proclamation of, 
for discouraging certain illegal combi- 
nations, 12. 47. 

Gageborough, Windsor, Mass., 12. 406, 
408. Named in honor of Gen. Gage, 
12.419. , 

Gager, Dr. William, 18. 293, 298. 

Gaillard, Hon. John, 19. 48 n. Death of, 

19. 48. 

Gaine, Hugh, 1. 12; 11. 23. His ' Mer- 
cury ' cited, 6. 184. 
Gainsborough, Thomas, 10. 412 ; 14. 194 ; 

20. 394. His portrait of Franklin, 10. 
39. 

Gainsborough, Eng., 6. 53, 54. 

Gair, Samuel S., 2. 228 n. 

' Galaxy/ donations from the publisher* 
of, 10. 311. 

Gale, ,13.110. 

Gale, Elizabeth (Mrs, Hawes and Mrs. 
Rogers), 5. 491, 492, 494, 495. 

Gale, Hon. George, 11. 23. 

Gale, Joseph, death of, 15. 350. 

Galen, ship, 1. 173 n., 197 n. 

Gales, Joseph, 15. 279 ; 19. 29. Monu- 
ment to, suggested by the President, 
15. 279. 

Gales, Mrs. Joseph, 15. 279. 

Gales & Seaton, Messrs., their ' Annals 
of Congress' cited, 1. 106 n. 

Gales's Shipyard, Boston, 19. 105. 

Galilei, Galileo, 11. 300 ; 16. 208, 221 n. 

Galindo, Col. Juan, a letter from, con- 
cerning ruins of Copan, 2. 14, 14 n. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 
2. 25. Elected, 2. 14 n. f 30. Letter from, 
2.84. 

Gall, Franz Joseph, M.D., 13. 390. 

Gallatin, Hon. Albert, LL.D , 1. 415 n.; 
7. 144; 14. 193; 17. 311, 379, 379n. Nom- 
inated a Corresponding Member, 1. 416. 
Elected, 1. 418. Correspondence con- 
cerning certain manuscripts on the 
North-East Boundary Question, 2. 214, 
214 n., 215. A copy of his letter to be 
transmitted to the Secretary of State 
of the United States, 2. 218. And N. 
Appleton, 5. 283, 287. Urges the re- 
sumption of specie payment, 5. 289. 
His ' Views of the Public Debt/ 1. 202. 

Gallio, Junius, 18. 142, 142 n. 



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Gallipolis, Ohio, 13. 82. 

Gallop, Antill, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 267. 

Galloppe, or Gallop, John, 5. 126, 127 ; 
10. 327. 

Galloway, Elizabeth, see Hodgesden. 

Galloway, James, quoted in regard to 
slavery and the slave-trade, 6. 166. 

Galloway, Joseph, LL.D., 14. 340; 15. 
12. Examination of, before the House 
of Commons, 1. 167. 

Gallup, Lewis F., M.D., donation from, 
6. 23. 

Gait, sculptor, 10. 144, 342. 

Gait, John M., donations from, 2. 498, 
503, 534. 

Galusha, Jacob, see Guletia, Jacob. 

Galvano, Antonio, 8. 92. 

Galway, 3. 78. 

Gama, Vasco da, 14. 2. 

Gambier, Commander James, 7. 295 ; 19 
133, 140. Letter to, 7. 294, 295. Me- 
morial of, 19. 141. 

Gaming in the army condemned by Wash- 
ington, 7. 134. 

Gammell, Prof. William, LL.D., 13. 
266 ; 19. 326*. Donation from, 2. 315. 
Elected a Corresponding Member, 13. 
68. Accepts membership, 13. 79. 

Gandia, Francis Borgia, Duke of, 11. 425. 

Ganer, Mr., 19. 220. 

Gannett, Caleb, A.M., 1. 116, 120, 124, 
127, 128, 132, 135, 163, 215, 220, 230, 
235, 245, 262. His death, 1. xlii, 273 n. 
Nominated a Resident Member, 1. 107. 
Elected, 1. 107. Allowed to take Tu- 
tor Flynt's manuscript, 1. 127. Granted 
leave to take Andrews's ' History of the 
American War,' 1. 132. Dr. Holmes's 
* Memoir of/ cited, 1. 273 n. 

Gannett, Rev. Ezra S., D.D., 8. 456 ; 10. 
347 ; 11. 262, 376 ; 12. 160. His esti- 
mate of the character of Henry Ware, 
Jr., as a Christian minister, 2. 280, 281. 
Donations from, 5. 48 ; 8. 1. Funeral 
sermon on Nathan Appleton, 5. 251 n. 
Editor of the * Christian Examiner/ 7. 
409. 

Gannett, John Mico, donations from, 2. 
77, 79. 

Gannett, Rev. William C, donation from, 
12. 160, 218. 

Gansevoort-,* Gen. Peter, 20. 91. 

Garden, Rev. Alexander, 1. 12. 

Garden, Francis, 12. 324. 

Garden Court Street, Boston, 19. 114, 392. 
Picture of Gov. Hutchinson's house in, 
19. 74. 
Gardiner, the Ladies, 20. 67. 
Gardiner, Lieut. Aaron, 15. 83. 
Gardiner, Alexander, communication 

from, 2. 240. 
Gardiner, Ann, naturalized, 4. 359. 
Gardiner, Anna, 12. 323. 
Gardiner, Lieut. Benjamin, 15. 78. 



Gardiner, Capt. Christopher, 15. 135, 136. 
Sentenced by court-martial, 15. 136. 

Gardiner, Sir Christopher, 10. 378, 380 ; 
14. 393 ; 16. 3 ; 20. 186. Knight of the 
Golden Melice, 4. 125-128. Accuser 
of New England, 5. 133. Paper on, by 
Charles Francis Adams, Jr., 20. 60-88. 
Lines composed by, in the ' New Eng- 
lish Canaan,' 20. 75, 85. 

Gardiner, Hannah (Mrs. McSparran), 16. 
397: 

Gardiner, John, 19. 159, 159 n., 160, 161. 
Naturalized, 4. 359. His Fourth of July 
oration, 1. 18. Presents a copy of his 
speech on the Theatre, 1. 39. 

Gardiner, Rev. John Sylvester John, D.D., 
d. 1830. 2. 388 n.; 4. 359, 359 n.; 11. 
285 ; 12. 13, 24 ; 17. 403 ; 19. 159-161. 
Donations from, 1. 153, 178. A mem- 
ber of the Anthology Club, 2. 388 n. 
Naturalized, 4. 359. His Fast Sermon, 

I. 218. 

Gardiner (Gardner), Dr. Joseph, 7. 195 ; 

II. 140. His character, 7. 179. 
Gardiner, Lion, 8. 475. Account of, 2. 

240. 
Gardiner, Rebecca (Mrs. Dumaresq), 12. 

323. Portrait of, by Copley, 12. 322. 
Gardiner, Hon. Robert II., 4. 94; 

18. 303, 401 n. Elected an Honorary 
Member, 4. 287. Accepts membership, 
4. 330. Donation from, 7. 100. Death 
of, 7. xiii, 348. 

Gardiner, Samuel Rawson, 20. 394. 
Elected a Corresponding Member, 13. 
370. Accepts membership, 13. 425. 
His ' Prince Charles and the Spanish 
Marriage/ cited, 13. 87. 

Gardiner, Stephen, Bishop of Winchester, 
20. 61. 

Gardiner (Gardner), Sylvester, M.D., 7. 
260 ; 11. 393, 394 ; 12. 186 n., 323. In- 
oculating hospital, 4. 324-329. Protest 
of, against the enlistment of slaves, 6. 
203, 204. His character, 7. 178. A 
refugee from Boston in 1776, 18. 267. 

Gardiner, Col. Thomas, see. Gardner. 

Gardiner, William, 16. 397. 

Gardiner, William, naturalized, 4. 359. 

Gardiner, William H., 4. 265, 266; 11. 
285, 287 ; 17. 356. Letter from, to Hon. 
R. C. Winthrop, on Prescott's swords, 4. 
258-264. 

Gardiner, Me., 7. 348 ; 18. 303. 

Gardiner Lyceum, 18. 303. 

Gardner, , 3. 149, 149 n. 

Gardner, Capt., aide-de-camp to Gen. Howe, 

19. 217. 

Gardner, Capt, of the brig * Eliza* 6. 435. 

Gardner, Col, wounded, 7. 191, 374. His 
death, 7. 195. See Gardner, Col. Thomas. 

Gardner, Elder, 8. 221. 

Gardner, Andrew, sentenced by a court- 
martial, 16. 356. 

Gardner, Capt. Andrew, 12. 107 ; 17. 222 n. 



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Gardner, Rev. Andrew, d. 1704, 8. 29; 

14. 139. 

Gardner, Asa B., Judge Advocate, ig. 249. 

Gardner, Charles K., his ' Dictionary of 
Officers of the United States Army ' 
cited, 19. 401 n. 

Gardner, Mrs. Elizabeth (Pickering), 2. 
282. 

Gardner, F. G., letter from, to S: J. 
Bridge, 4. 323. 

Gardner, lie v. Francis, 7. 208. 

Gardner, George, 19. 356. Donation of 
papers relating to the Town House in 
Boston, 3. 336-344. To receive the 
thanks of the Society, 3. 337. Dona- 
tions from, 4. 1, 11. 

Gardner, George A., donation from, 14. 
103. 

Gardner, Hon. Grafton, 20. 166. 

Gardner, Henry, 1629, 14. 376 n., 377 n. 

Gardner, Henry, Stow, Province treasurer, 

15. 361 ; 17. 159. 

Gardner, Henry J., Governor of Massa- 
chusetts, 3. 32, 33, 158. Amendment of 
the Charter of the Societv, 3. 32 d, 33. 

Gardner, John, 17. 193, 194, 194 n. 

Gardner, John, 1697, 20. 325. 

Gardner, John, Son of Liberty, 11. 140. 

Gardner, John, Wenham, 2. 282. 

Gardner, John L., 19 356. 

Gardner, Joseph, donation from, 1. 68. 

Gardner, Joseph Peabody, donation from, 
13. 128. Vote of thanks to, 13. 126. 

Gardner, Mrs. Rebecca 11. (Lowell), 2. 282. 

Gardner, Samuel P., A.M., 1. 376, 378, 
380, 387, 396, 425, 446, 460, 468, 470, 
497. 504; 18. 354. His death, 1. xliii ; 
2. 263 n., 264, 272, 283. Nominated a 
Resident Member, 1. 374. Elected, 1. 
375. Of committee to examine the 
Treasurer's accounts, 1. 378, 380, 388, 
426, 427 w.; 2. 78, 82, 103, 128, 147. 
Contributes to purchase the Society's 
building, 1. 465 n. Of committee to 
confer with the Trustees of the Boston 
Library about repairs on the Tontine 
Crescent, 1. 469, 471. Present at meet- 
ings of the Society, 2. 3, 21, 25, 32, 35, 
61, 65, 72, 83, 88, 94, 100, 102, 104, 123, 
137, 139, 149, 176, 182, 186, 216, 222, 
239, 251, 261, 262. Donation from, 2. 
31. Report of the Treasurer's accounts, 
2. 82, 103, 148. Of Standing Commit- 
tee, 2. 103, 130, 149, 192. Of Scruti- 
nizing Committee, 2. 250. 'Memoir of,' 
2. 264, 264 n., 282,283. 

Gardner, Sarah (Mrs. Gore), 13. 423. 

Gardner, T., 16. 85. 

Gardner, Col. Thomas, 11. 141 ; 12. 122 ; 
13. 183 ; 14. 87, 89, 92 ; 15. 80, 85, 87, 97, 
101, 103, 105, 107, 110, 112 71., 115, 115n., 
120, 129, 148 ; 16. 290. His officers, 15. 
80, 80 n. See Gardner, Col. 

Gardner, Thomas, Jr., 12. 108. 

Gardner, W. H., donation from, 2. 39. 



Garesche, Alexander, 13. 423 n. 
Garesche, Alexander J. P., 13. 423. 
Garesche, Arthur F., 13. 42o n. 
Garesche, Edmond S., 13. 423 n. 
Garesche, Eugene, 13. 423 n. 
Garesche, Henry S., 13. 423 n. 
Garesche, Juliette L., 13. 423 n. 
Garesche, Julius P., 13. 423 n. 
Garesche, Serena, 13. 423 n. 
Garesche, William A., 13. 423 n. 
Garfield, Abigail, 19. 84 n., 93, 94. 
Garfield, Abraham, father of the President, 

19. 89, 92. 
Garfield, Abram, Lincoln, 19 86, 88, 92. 
Inscription on the gravestone of, 19. 87. 
Garfield, Benjamin, 19. 84 n., 94. Fac- 
simile of his signature, 19. 84. Inscrip- 
tion on his gravestone, 19. 85. 
Garfield, Betsey, 19. 89. 
Garfield, Daniel, 19. 91. 
Garfield, Edward, 17. 157. 
Garfield, Edward, the elder, 19. 83, 83 n. t 

Sin., 90. Will of, 19. 93, 94. 
Garfield, Edward, Jr., 19. 83, 83 /»., 84. 
Garfield, Eliza Arabella, 19. 89. 
Garfield, Mrs. Elizabeth (Bridge), 19. 84. 
Garfield, Ellery I., letters to, from Pres. 
Garfield, 19. 88-92. Letter to, from 
J. S. Brown, 19. 92, 93. 
Garfield, Ephraim, 19. 94. 
Garfield, Hannah, 19. 88. 
Garfield, Harry Augustus, 19. 89. 
Garfield, Irvin McDowell, ig. 89. 
Garfield, Lieut. Isaac, 19. 90, 91. 
Garfield, Isaac, the younger, 19. 91. 
Garfield, Mrs. James A., 19. 2, 63. 
Garfield, Pres. James A., 18. 437 ; 19. 9, 
56, 87, 87 n., 89, 90 n., 12?, 240. Reso- 
lutions of the Society occasioned by 
the assault on, ig. 2. Resolutions of 
the Society on the death of, 19. 62, 63. 
Paper on the ancestry of, by Mr. Por- 
ter, 19 83-94. Memorandum of his 
genealogy, 19 88-91. Letters of, to E. 
I. Garfield, 19. 88-92. 
Garfield, James Ballou, 19 89. 
Garfield, James Rudolph, 19. 89. 
Garfield, John, Lincoln, 19. 86, 86 n. 
Garfield, Rev. John, 19. 90. 
Garfield, Joseph, 19. 84 n., 93, 94. 
Garfield, Mrs. Lucretia, 19. 89. 
Garfield, Lucy, 19. 88. 
Garfield, Lucy (Mrs. Brown), 19. 88 n. 
Garfield, Mary, b. 1824, 19. 89. 
Garfield, Mary, b. 1867, 19. 89. 
Garfield, Mehitabel, ig. 89. 
Garfield, Mrs. Mercy (Bigelow), ig. 86. 
Garfield, Polly, ig. 89. 
Garfield, Rebecca, daughter of Solomon the 

younger, ig. 88. 
Garfield, Mrs. Rebecca, wife of Edward, 

ig 84 n. 
Garfield, Rebecca (Mrs. Mixter), ig. 84n., 

93, 94. 
Garfield, Samuel, ig. 84 n., 93. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Garfield, Samuel, the younger, 19. 90. 

Garfield, Sarah, 19. 94. 

Garfield, Solomon, 19. 87-90. Facsimile 

of the signature of, 19. 87. 
Garfield, Solomon, the younger, ig. 88. 
Garfield, Mrs. Thankful, 19 8G n. 
Garfield, Thomas, 6. 1774, 19. 88, 89. 
Garfield, Thomas, b. 1801, 19. 89. 
Garfield, Thomas, b. 1822, 19. 89. 
Garfield, Lieut. Thomas, Lincoln, 19. 84, 

85. Picture of the homestead of, 19. 

85. Facsimile of his signature, 19. 86. 
Garfield, Thomas, Jr., 19. 86-88, 90. In- 
scription on his gravestone, 19. 86. 
Garfield coat-of-arms, 19. 90, 90 n. 
Garfield House, Lincoln, picture of, 19. 85. 
Garfielde, Mr., 19. 91. 
Garibaldi, Giuseppe, 16. 15. 
Garland, Jabez, 14. 135. 
Garland, John, 17. 153. 
Garmine, Elizabeth (Mrs. Randall), 14. 150. 
Garnet, Hon. Robert S., 19. 33, 33 n. 
Garnett, Mr., 19. 71. 

Garrard, Rev. George, extract from a let- 
ter of, 12. 246. 
Garrett, Cap., 12. 128. 
Garrick, David, letters of, 1. 136. 
Garrison, William Lloyd, 18. 269, 340, 341, 

343, 344; 19. 251, 347. Complaint 

against, and warrant to apprehend, 18. 

343, 344 ; 20. 225. 
Garrison Mob, 19. 250, 25L An account 

of, read by Mr. Ellis Ames, 18. 269. 

Communication in regard to, from Mr. 

Ames, 18. 340-344. 
Garsdon, Wiltshire, 5. 148, 149. 
Garter and the George, Order of, see 

Order. 
Gas, introduced into the rooms of the 

Society, 3. 159. When introduced into 

the United States, 4. 383. Objections 

to the use of, 12. 162. 
Gas-light Company, see Boston Gas-Light, 

etc. 
Gascoigne, George, 19. 76 n. 
Gascoigne, Robert Arthur Talbot, . Zd 

Marquis of Salisbury, see Salisbury. 
Gascon, Placidius, Abbot of Lambspringe, 

13. 407. 
Gasparin, Agenor de, Comte, elected 

Honorary Member, 6. 426. Accepts, 7. 

2. Death of, 12. xviii ; announced, 12. 

103. 
Gassendi, Pierre, 16. 239. 
Gassett, Henry, donations from, 2. 123, 

373, 489. 
Gassett, Henry, Jr. (Gassett, Upham, Sr 

Co.), 11. 307. 
Gaston, Gov. William, Massachusetts, 19. 

356. 
Gaston, Hon. William, North Carolina, d. 

1844, 19. 17, 24. Cited on citizenship 

among colored persons, 6. 94. 
Gaston, Mrs. William (?), 19. 30. 
Gates, Lieut. Benjamin, 15. 83. 



Gates, Gen. Horatio, 3. 272 ; 4. 82, 83, 
287, 299, 341 n. ; 5. 353 ; 6. 184 ; 7. 256; 
8. 411 ; 15. 43, 70, 71, 120-123, 125, 128, 
131, 134, 139, 140, 144, 145, 149, 152; 
14. 76, 82; 16. 110. The battle of 
Bemis's Heights, 3. 272. Incidents of 
the Revolutionary War, relating to, 3. 
273-280. Surrender of Burgoyne, 3. 
280. And the expedition to Penobscot, 
4. 130, 131. Medal voted to, 13. 290. 
Letter of, to John Adams, 14. 281. 

Gates, Sir Thomas, 10. 30 n., 383; 13. 
114 ; 17. 297 n. ; 18. 83, 84. 

Gates, Lieut. William, 15. 75. 

Gatteaux, Jacques Edouard, 19. 126. 

Gatteaux, Nicholas Marie, 13. 290, 292. 

Gay, , innkeeper, 12. 60. 

Gay, Aaron, 3. 373. 

Gay, Miss Ann L., donation from, 3. 262. 

Gay, Ebenezer, 19. 165, 167, 169-178, 382. 
Autograph of, faces ig. 169. 

Gay, Rev. Ebenezer, D.D., d. 1787, 1. 7. 

Gay, John, 16. 417. 

Gay, Lieut. John, 15. 84. 

Gay, Martin, 11. 393, 395. A refugee 
from Boston in 1776, 18. 267. 

Gay, Sidney H, 19. 125. Bryant & Gay's 
' History of the United States ' cited, 

18. 389. 

Gay Head, names of persons present in 
1792, 3. 181. 

Gay Head Indians, 12. 127. 

Gayer, Richard, sentenced by a court- 
martial, 16. 344. 

Gayer, William, 20. 325. 

* Gazette de Lisbon/ 1. 153. 

' Gazette of the United States/ 1. 48, 82, 
137. 

' Gazetteer of the Towns of Massachu- 
setts/ map of Boston intended for, 7. 362. 

Gearfield, Benjamin, autograph of, faces 

19. 84. 

Gearfield, Elisha, extract from letter of, 

7. 374, 375. 
Gearfield, Elizabeth, her autograph, 19. 84. 
Gearfield, Lieut. Isaac, extract from letter 

to, 7. 374, 375. 
Gearfield, Solomon, his autograph, 19 87. 
Gearfield, Thomas, his autograph, 19. 86. 

See Garfield. 
< Gebel Teir/ W. Tudor, Jr., the author 

of, 1. 432. 
Gebelin, see Court de Gebelin. 
Gebin, see Gibbons. 
Gedney, Col. Bartholomew, 2. 305 n. ; 13. 

415 n.; 20.321,324. 
Gedney, Mrs. Mary, 20. 292 n. 
Gee, Henry, see Gee, Ralph. 
Gee, John, his 'Foot out of the Snare/ 

20. 231. 

Gee, Mrs. Joshua, portrait of, by Smibert, 

16. 395. 
Gee, Rev. Joshua, a portrait of, deposited 

with the Society, 2. 430. Portrait of, 

by Smibert, 16. 395. 



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Gee, Ralph or Henry, 14. 370 n. 

Geese, F., 10. 485. 

Geister, , 17. 150. 

Gellison, , 14. 128 n. 

Genebrard (Genebardus), Gilbert, cited, 
11. 420. 

' General Advertiser/ newspaper, 14. 274. 

General Assembly, see Connecticut, Penn- 
sylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, etc. 

General Court, see name of colony or 
State holding the same. 

General Courts, of the Colonies, 9. 22, 
23, 42-45. A measure of religious in- 
tolerance recommended to, 6. 477-479. 

General Election Sermons, a list of, from 
16G1 to 1780, 2. 293 »., 294 n. 

General Fund of the Society, 16. 168, 
171; 17. 69, 72, 75; 18. 31, 411, 414; 
19. 292, 295; 20. 194, 196, 198. 

General Schuyler, sloop, 7. 329. 

General Sessions, Court of, 19. 253, 
255 n. 

General Theological Library, Boston, 18. 
425 ; 19. 127 ; 20. 410. Donation from, 
10. 319; H.498. 

General Theological Seminary of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church, New 
York, n.224. 

Generals, names of, given to streets, 6. 
29. 

Geneseo, N. Y., 10. 354. 

Geneva, 2. 4. Church of, 11. 455. 

Genevan Bible, 10. 455, 456. 

Genin, Thomas, donation from, 2. 129. 

' Genius of Liberty/ engraving, 13. 232. 

Genoa, 11. 223. Historical Society at, 
see Societa Ligure di Storia Patria, 
Genoa. 

' Gentleman's Diary/ united with the 
'Ladies' Diary/ 7. 126. 

' Gentleman's Magazine/ 7. 362 ; 14. 99 ; 
18. 70. Cited, 11. 8, 113 n. ; 17. 298. 
Extracts from, 11 149 ; 18 73. 

' Gentlemen's and Ladies' Magazine/ 1. 
122. 

Geoffroy-St. Hilaire, Isidore, 14. 9. Sub- 
scriptions sought in aid of a statue to, 
3- 182. 

Geographical Society of France, see So- 
ciete de Geographie, Paris. 

Geographical Society of Madrid, see So- 
cieta Geografica, Madrid. 

Georg Augustus Universitat, GtHtingen, 
a set of the Collections to be given to, 
1. 120; 2. 68 ra. 

George, a slave, 7. 276. 

George I. of England, 12. 410, 412 ; 15. 
18 ; 19. 393. Sermons on the death of, 
preached by the Br>ston ministers, 1. 
146. His possessions in North Amer- 
ica, 3. 37. 

George II. of England, 1. 79, 191 ; u. 
297; 12. 412, 413; 13. 101; 15. 26 n. ; 
18. 246, 349, 368, 369; 20. 124, 138, 
140-142. 



George III. of England, 2. 399 ; 3. 143; 6. 
103, 187, 188, 199; 11. 292, 382; 12. 
327 ; 14. 29, 40, 250, 271, 273, 276; 15. 

17, 24, 26, 26 n., 33, 34, 37, 44, 326-334, 
389; 16.42,46,49; 17. 58, 155, 155 n., 
211 w.; 19. 74, 122, 129, 131-141, 215- 
218, 400; 20. 160. Conversation of 
Gov. Hutchinson with, read to the So- 
ciety, 12. 59. 

George IV. of England, 12. 144; 15. 26 n.; 

18. 251 ; 19. 217, 218. 
George, Capt., 16. 107, 108. 
George, Mr., Boston, 8. 220. 
George, Capt. John, 12. 116. 
George, Lieut. John, 15. 80. 

George, Lake, N. Y. y 7. 337; 19. 404, 
404 n. 

George Tavern, Boston Neck, 4. 78 ; 7. 192, 
197, 199, 201, 207 ; 14, 290, 291. 

Georgetown, D. C., 17. 200. Not a suit- 
able place for Congress, 5. 467. 

Georgetown, Me., 3. 324 ; 12. 404 ; 19. 
151. Named for King George I., 12. 
411. 

Georgia, U. S., 3. 297, 298 ; 4. 375 ; 6. 
99, 161. * Reasons for establishing the 
Colony of/ 1. 26. The cotton-trade, 
3. 221-224, 228. Position of, as re- 
gards representatives in 1788, 3. 297. 
Introduction of slavery, 6. 92, 105, 138, 
141-147, 165. Representation in, 6. 
105, 106. Questions pertaining to her 
joining the Union, 6. 142-147. The 
ratification of the clauses in the Consti- 
tution, 6. 142-147, 156. Service of negro 
regiments, 6. 183, 211, 214, 216, 222, 
223. Report of the committee on the 
safety of the Southern States, 6. 216- 
218. Policy advocated by Col. Laurens, 
6. 221. Returns made of the militia, 6. 
401. Capture of a ship from London, 
1775, 7. 201. Toleration in, 1773, 8. 
214. In the Revolution, 11. 254. 

Georgia, Gulf of, 7. 458. 

Georgia, Provincial Congress of, 6. 105. 

Georgia Historical Collections cited, 2. 
138 n. 

Georgia Historical Society, 2. 157, 265; 
17. 79. Communication from, 2. 137, 
138, 138 n. Donations from, 2. 171, 
258, 423 ; 11. 498. To receive a copy 
of the Collections, 2. 247. To be in- 
vited to join in celebrating the anni- 
versary of the New England Confede- 
racy, 2. 248. Accepts the invitation, 2. 
252. Delegate present at the celebra- 
tion, 2.256 n. Proceedings relative to 
the death of Hon. D. M. Berrien, 3. 63. 
Resolutions of respect to the memory 
of Israel K. Tefft, Esq., by, 9. 5n. 

Georgia University, see University, etc. 

Georgics of Virgil, 6. 266. 

Gerard, Conrad Alexandre, I. 404; 10. 
275; 15.44. 

Gerard, F., 11. 410 n. 



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Gerard, Hon. James W., letter from, read, 
12. 289. Donation from, 12 317. 

Gerarde, John, 5. 389, 390, 395, 396. His 
' Herball/ 5. 386. 

Gerhard, Johann, see Chemnitz, Martin. 

Germaine, George Sackville, Lord, 12. 
263; 14. 246, 357; 16. 69, 98. Letters 
to, from Lord Dunmore, 6. 230-231, 
233. Correspondence with Gen. Howe, 

5. 336, 337, 346, 347. 
Germaine families, 2. 209. 

German Flats, N. Y., ig. 405, 408, 417. 
German immigrants, 4 346, 348. 
German Redemptivers, projects of colo- 
nization at New Smyrna Inlet, 3. 223. 
Qermantown, Penn., 5. 339; 20. 93. Plan 

of the battle of, exhibited, 17. 119. 
Germantown, Quincy, 4. 43. 
Germany, war in, for the recovery of the 

Palatinate, 11. 214. 
Gerrard, Sir Gilbert, 13. 109. 
Gerrard, Sir Thomas, ig. 83 n. 

Gerrish, , 17. 172. 

Gerrish, Anna (Mrs. Gee), 2. 430; 16. 

395. 
Gerrish, Elizabeth (Mrs. Wade), 14. 136 n., 

151. 
Gerrish, Mrs. Elizabeth, 14. 124. 
Gerrish, Capt. Jacob, 12. 198,202; 15. 86, 

111. 
Gerrish, Capt. John, 14. 118, 124 w., 127, 

130, 136 11. ; 16. 265, 272, 275 ; 17. 106, 

225, 228. 
Gerrish, Judge John, 16. 275. Portrait 

of, by Smibert, 16. 395. 
Gerrish, Jonathan, 10. 99. 
Gerrish, Rev. Joseph, H.C. 1669, 8. 14, 

22 27 
Gerrish, Rev. Joseph, H.C. 1700, 8. 30. 
Gerrish, Col. Samuel, 11. 227; 14. 88, 90; 

15. 85, 86, 89, 92, 97, 99, 102, 104, 105, 

108, 110, 120, 129, 144, 145. Officers of 

the regiment of, 15. 86, 86 n. Sentenced 

by court-martial, 15. 145. 
Gerrish, Miss Sarah (Barrett), 12. 323. 
Gerrish, Mrs. Sarah, 14. 124. Death of, 

14. 132. 
Gerrish, Capt. William, 12. 107. 
. Gerry, Gov. Elbridge, 1. 296, 301, 305, 

383; 4 .287; g. 7; n. 23; 12. 62; 14. 

279, 280, 285; 15. 158, 393; 17. 112, 

116, 117; 18. 126. Delegate to the 

State Convention of Massachusetts, in 
. 1788,3.297-299; 6. 147. On slavery, 

6. 143. On the Constitution, 6. 147. 
Letter to, from Hon. Rufus King, g. 9. 
Extract from a letter of, 14. 267. Cited, 
4-73. 

Gerry, Lieut. -Col. John, 15. 85, 112. 
Gerrymander, 6. 286. 
'Gerrymander/ a woodcut, 13. 126. 
Gerson, Jean Charlier, 18. 199. 
Gervinus, Georg Gottfried, 20. 379. 
Gesellschaft fiir Erdkunde, Berlin, 18. 
199. 



Gesenius, Eriedrich Heinrich Wilhelm, 
16. 315, 316; 18. 181. 

Gesner, Abraham, M.D. ,his ' New Bruns- 
wick ' cited, 17. 210 n.-2\2 n. 

' Gessner, Solomon, Memoirs of/ 6. 276. 

Getty, Robert, naturalized, 4. 363. 

Gettysburg, Penn., 18. 216; 20. 363. Me- 
morial of the battle presented, 7. 155- 
160, 360. Battle of, 20. 345. 

Geyer, Frederic William, Boston, natu- 
ralized, 4. 362. 

Geyer, John, Jr., donation from. 1. 103. 

Ghillany, Frederic Guillaume, 16. 383. 

Giants' Halls and Giants' Fields, 8. 200. 

Gibbes, Br. R. W., 4. 97. 

Gibbon, Mrs. Anna, 13. 242. 

Gibbon, Edward, 4. 209; n. 105 ; 13. 91 ; 
14. 42 : 15. 290. * Autobiography of/ 
13. 247. 

Gibbon, Richard, M.D., 13. 242. 

Gibbons, Ambrose, 14. 120, 363 n., 368, 
371 n., 376. 

Gibbons, Major Edward, 16. 111. Visited 
by Father Druillettes, 3. 34. Award in 
the case of Gibbons and Bendal, 20. 
1,2. 

Gibbons, Dr. John, 20. 123, 125, 135, 141. 

Gibbon's shipyard, Boston, ig. 105. 

Gibbs, , Adjt., 15. 113, 117, 120, 122, 

126, 128, 134, 137, 140, 142. 

Gibbs, Lieut. Basil, 13. 411 n. 

Gibbs, Major Caleb, letter to, from Gen. 
Washington, 2. 490. 

Gibbs, George, 4. 382. 

Gibbs, George, donation from, 10. 311. 

Gibbs, Col. George, 10. 277. 

Gibbs, Henry, d. 1794, 2. 609 n. 

Gibbs, Henry, 1696, 13. 411. 

Gibbs, Henry, letter from, to Whip- 
ple, 5. 16, 17. 

Gibbs, Henry, Jr., 13. 411, 413. 

Gibbs, Henry, Hal ford, 13. 411 n. 

Gibbs, Rev. Henry," Watertown, H.C. 1685, 
d. 1723, 2. 449 n. ; 8. 28 ; 13. 411 n. ; 17. 
263, 280. Photograph from a portrait 
of, taken in childhood, presented, g. 
467; 10. 47; 20. 114, 116. 

Gibbs, Sir Henry, 13. 41 In. 

Gibbs, John, 13. 411-413. 

Gibbs, John, Barbadoes, 13. 411 n. 

Gibbs, Capt. John, 13. 411 n. 

Gibbs, Margaret, portrait of, 10. 47 ; 20. 
116. 

Gibbs, Mrs. Mercy, needlework wrought 
by, in 1681, exhibited, g. 468. 

Gibbs, Ralph, 13. 411 n. 

Gibbs, Robert, 13. 411 n. 

Gibbs, Sarah, 13. 411-413. 

Gibbs, Thomas, 13. 411 n. 

Gibbs, Willard, 15. 342. 

Gibbs, William, nominated a Resident 
Member, 2. 49. Elected, 2. 51. Present 
at meetings of the Societv, 2. 56, 60, 62, 
65, 67, 72, 79, 83, 84, 86, "88, 92, 94, 96, 
99, 104, 109, 112, 115, 117, 119, 123, 



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125, 126, 131, 135, 139, 142, 146, 171, 
172, 178, 183, 185, 219, 222, 223, 225, 
227, 233, 234, 238, 239, 241, 245, 247, 
249, 251, 253, 257, 258, 324. Of com- 
mittee to prepare the Index for the 
third series, 2. 52, 260. Donation from, 
2. 92. His assessments, 2. 470. Resigns 
membership, 2. 609 n. Notice of, 2. 
609 n. 

Gibraltar, 7. 205. 

Gibson, Edmund, Bishop of London, letter 
of, 8. 226. Copy of a letter from, to 
Rev. Mr. Miles, presented by Franklin 
B. Dexter, Esq., 9. 342. 

Gibson, Mrs. Elizabeth Bordley, profiles 
of Gen. Washington and Mrs. Washing- 
ton by, 9. 356. 

Gibson, Capt. George, Jr., 8. 317. Letter 
on the ' Barrell Papers,' 8. 316. 

Gibson, Hugh, ' Narrative of Gibson's 
Captivity/ 2. 48. 

Gibson, Chief Justice John B., 19. 260. 

Gibson, Mrs. Mary (Lewis), 20. 88. 

Gibson, Richard, 1707, 7. 129. 

Gibson, Rev. Richard, 20. 87. Extract 
from a letter from, to Gov. Winthrop, 
20. 88. 

Gibson, Robert, scholar, 3. 181. 

Gibson, William, 12. 107. 

Giddinge, Andrew R., letter received 
from, 1. 252. 

Gidney, Bartholomew, 14. 224. 

Gidney, William, 12. 110. 

Gifford, Stephen N., donation from, 11. 
500. 

Gifford Place, 6. 29. 

Gift, ship, 20. 79. 

Gilbert, arms of, 10. 34. 

Gilbert, Anne Aucher, Lady, ig. 82 n. 

Gilbert, Bartholomew, 8. 465. 

Gilbert, Benjamin 11., 20. 416. 

Gilbert, Sir Humphrey, 8. 465 ; 10. 383; 
13. 90 ; 16. 384 ; 19. 329. Paper on the 
first voyage under his patent of 1578, 
by Mr. Dexter, 19. 75-83. 

Gilbert. James, 15. 324, 325. 

Gilbert, John, his 'Nature and Use of 
Hadley's Quadrant/ 1. 76. 

Gilbert, John, sentenced by a court-mar- 
tial, 16. 344. 

Gilbert, Sir John, 18. 113, 114, 116, 116n.; 
19. 78, 81. 

Gilbert, Lieut. Joseph, 15. 79. 

Gilbert, Capt. Raleigh, 18. 84, 87-92, 94, 
95, 95m, 101, 101h., 102, 104, 105, 105n., 
107-113, 113 n., 114-116, 116n. 

Gilbert, Roger, 15. 325. 

Gilbert, Samuel (Gilbert fr Dean)> dona- 
tions from, 1. 154, 168. 

Gilbert, Samuel, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 267. 

Gilbert, Capt. Samuel, 15. 79. 

Gilbert Col. Thomas, 17. 209, 209 n. A 
refugee from Boston in 1776, 18. 267. 

Gilbert, Rev. [Thomas, D.D.1] 12.359,399 



Gilbert, William, 12. 108. 

Gilchrist, Hon. John J., LL.D., 19. 339. 

Giles, Mrs. Frances, 14. 151. 

Giles, Rev. Henry, subject of lecture given 

by, 2. 226 n. 
Giles, Joel, 20. 404. 
Giles, John, marriage of, 14. 151. Killed 

by Indians, 14. 139. 
Giles,MarianneC.(ilf™.Washburn),i7.28. 
Giles, Mark, Sen., marriage of, 14. 151. 

Killed by Indians, 14. 139. 
Giles, Mrs. Mary, 14. 151. 
Giles, Mrs. Mary (Cowdin), 17. 28. 
Giles, Nehemiah, 17. 28. 
Giles, Sarah, 20. 320. 
Giles, William B., Governor of Virginia, 

11. 106, 107 ; 19. 282. Stuart's portrait 

of, 9. 194; 11. 106. 
Gilliam (Gillam), Capt. Benjamin, 12. 425. 
Gill, Capt, 12. 423. 
Gill, Col., 7. 239, 240. 
Gill, Mr., 4. 59. 
Gill, John (Edes fr Gill), 1. 9, 13; 3. 142n. ; 

11. 140; 12. 179; 13. 168, 177, 187, 195, 

205, 208 ; 14. 316; 17. 217 ; 20. 14. 
Gill, Moses, 10. 99; 11. 140; 14. 171, 254; 

15. 341. Letter of, to Dr. Holmes, 1. 

331 n. Dr. Holmes's answer, and vote 

of thanks to, 1. 331 n. 
Gill, Lieut.-Gov. Moses, d. 1800, 1. 77, 

331 n. ; 12. 179, 322. His early life, 3. 

192, 193. Under promise to give him- 
self up to Mr. Shays, 5. 15. 
Gill, Obadiah, 1684, 12. 107 ; 20. 2, 3. 
Gill, Mrs. Sarah (Prince), 14. 171. Letter 

to Mrs. Jane Robbins, 2. 422. 
Gill, Susannah (Mrs. Lincoln), 19. 383. 
Gill, William (Colbum 8? Gill), 11. 308. 
Gillam, Capt., 16. 229, 232, 234. 
Gillard, John, 15. 157. 
Gillespie, Rev. George, 11. 439 n. Cited, 

11. 438, 439, 443, 446, 453, 455. 
Gillespie, J. W., donation from, 5. 96. 
Gillies, Rev. Mr., 8. 215. 
Gillies, John, his * History of the World/ 

6. 305. 
Gillies, Robert Pierce, 12. 148. 
Gillingham, Edward, map of Boston and 

vicinity engraved by, 6. 40. 
Gillis, Lieut. James M., U.S.N., donations 

from, 2. 320, 354; 3. 48, 50; 4. 122; 5. 

309. 

Gillissen, , bookseller, 13. 309. 

Gillman, Lieut. -Col. Israel, 15. 160. 
Gillmore, Lieut. William, 15. 78 n., 84. 
Gill's shipyard, Boston, 19. 105. 
Gilman, Arthur, donation from, 11. 500. 

His ' History of the American People/ 

20. 351. 
Gilman, Benjamin Ives, 17. 186 n. 
Gilman, Mrs. Caroline, 18. 39. 
Gilman, Daniel, 16. 265. 
Gilman, Prof. Daniel C, donations from, 

5. 57, 96; 7. 408; 8. 480; 9. 66, 177, 347; 

10. 40, 80, 93. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Gilman, Edward, 16. 265. 

Gilman, Major Frederick, 18. 39. 

Gilman, Henry, memorandum from, ac- 
companying a gift to the Society, n. 
159. Donation from, n. 500. 

Gilman, Jacob, 14. 145. 

Gilman, Jeremiah, 14. 149 n. 

Gilman, John, 16. 257, 265, 266, 272. 

Gilman, Judye Joseph, 17. 186, I86/1., 187, 
193. 

Gilman, Moses, Sen., 16. 265. 

Gilman, Rev. Nicholas, 17. 153. Inter- 
leaved triennial of, 8. 44, 45. Manu- 
scripts of, presented, 19. 126-128. 

Gilman, Rev. Samuel, D.D., 5. 83 ; 10. 
230,237; 15-219; 18. 39. 

Gilman, Sarah, 13. 26. 

Gilman, Stephen, 14. 145. 

Gilman, Susan H. (Mrs. King), 18. 39. 

Gilmor, William, 4. 143. 

Gil more, Mary Ann (Mrs. Bell), 7. 29. 

Gilpin, Mrs. Eliza, donation from, 5. 104. 

Gilpin, Hon. Henry D., 4. 95, 287 ; 8. 
102 ; 15. 393. Elected a Corresponding 
Member, 4. 258. His death, 4. 432-436 ; 
5-19. 

' Gilpin, John/ 17. 459. 

Gilpin, William, 15. 231 n. 

Gioja, Melchiorre, 18. 219. 

Giordano, Luca, 16. 425. 

Giotto, Angiolotto, 3. 379 ; 19. 269. 

Girard College, 4. 435. 

Girard College Case, 14. 156. 

Girardet, Abraham, 13. 375. 

Girardot, Andrew, 14. 219. 

Girardot, Marie Louise (Mrs. Andre), 14. 
220, 221. 

Girardot, Mary Jane (Mrs. Andre), 14. 
219. 

Girardot, Paul, 14. 220. 

Giraud, Charles, 15. 14. 

Gist, Gen. Mordecai, 14. 338. 

Giustiniani polyglott Psalter, 1516, 10. 
431. 

Glacier-marks, Nathan Appleton's inter- 
est in, 5. 295, 296. 

Gladstone, Rt. Hon. William E., 3. 79; 
13. 69 ; 19. 64. 

Glanfield, Peter, 16. 264. 

Glanvill, Robert, 12. 116. 

Glanville, Rev. Joseph, F.R.S., his 'Sadu- 
cismus Triumphatus/ 1. 473. 

Glasgow, 3. 222 ; 6. 334. 

Glasgow, ship, 5. 54. 

Glasgow University, 6. 336, 337. 

Glasses broken with the breath, n. 132, 
133. 

Glastonbury aids Boston, 1774, 4. 224. 

Glaveland, Lieut.-Col., 15. 160 

Glazier, Thomas E., donation from, 5. 
203. 

' Gleaner/ newspaper, 14. 56. 

Gleason, Elizabeth (Mrs. Livermore), 10. 
415. 

Gleason (Leeson), Capt. Isaac, 14. 84. 



Gleason (Leason), Capt. Micajah (?), 14. 
89 ; 15. 80, 106. 

Gleden, Andrew, 19. 127. 

Gleig, Rev. George Robert, his 'History 
of the Life of Wellington ' cited, ik. 
382. 

Glen, Judge, 19. 417. 

Globe Bank, 13. 428. 

Gloucester, Mass., 4. 94 ; 12. 394, 395, 
419 ; 16. 78 n., 336 ; 17. 60, 414, 416. 
Donation from, 5. 96. Origin of the 
name of, 12. 397. Salt-works in, 15. 224. 

Gloucester, Va., 19. 69, 70, 73. 

Glover, Mr., 6. 349. 

Glover, Mr., 8. 342, 343, 376. 

Glover, John, 5. 155, 156. 

Glover, John, H.C. 1651, d. 1696, 8. 12, 
21, 25. 

Glover, Gen. John, 3. 280; 6. 358 ; 15. 85, 
110, 113-116, 119, 120, 124, 127, 129, 
133, 136, 138, 151, 155, 165; 16. 341; 
17. 164. Officers of his regiment, 15. 
85, 85 w. 

Glover, Lieut. John, 15. 85 n. 

Glover, John, M.D., H.C. 1650, 8. 12, 20, 
25. 

Glover, Rev. Jose, 5. 156. 

Glover, Stephen, 13. 424. 

Glover, Lieut. Thomas, 15. 83. 

Glynn, Serjeant, in Somerset's Case, 7. 
324. 

Goch, or Gogh, Van, letter from, 10. 389. 

Goddard, Benjamin, 19. 438. 

Goddard, Mrs. Cornelia (Mrs. Loring), 
11. 282. 

Goddard, Delano A., A.M., 14. 25; 15. 
277; 17. 294; 19. 230, 285. Donation 
from, 11. 500. Elected a Resident 
Member, 13. 345. Accepts member- 
ship, 13. 367. Of a committee to nom- 
inate officers, 15. 258 ; 16. 100. Of 
committee to attend Mr. Bryant's fu- 
neral, 16. 194. Exhibits some papers 
of the Bennington monument associa- 
tion, 17. 63. Elected a member of the 
executive committee of the Council, 
17. 76; 18. 36, 416. Remarks on the 
Battle of Bennington, 17. 90-92. Ap- 
pointed to write a memoir of Hon. 
Erastus B. Bigelow, 18. 67. Of com- 
mittee to publish letters of Washing- 
ton, 18. 288. His death, 19. xx, 444. 
Death of, announced by the President, 
19. 196. Resolution adopted by the 
Society, 19. 197. Tribute to, by Mr. 
Smith, 19. 207, 208. Remarks on the 
death of, by Mr. Hale, 19. 208-210. 
Intended communication by, to the So- 
ciety, 19. 210, 232-239. Explanatory 
note to his memoir of Mr. Bigelow, 19. 
423. Portrait of, faces 19. 438. Me- 
moir of, by Mr. C. C. Smith, 19. 438- 
445. His birth and parentage, 19. 438. 
Education, 19. 438, 439. Goes West, 
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Boston, and Worcester, 19. 439. A 
member of the General Court, 19. 439, 
440. Marriage, 19. 440. Appointed 
editor of the ' Daily Advertiser/ 19. 
440. His character as an editor, 19. 
440, 441. Visits to England and to 
the Southern States, 19. 442. Interest 
in the Ponca Indians, 19 442, 443. Lite- 
rary work outside of his profession, 
19.443, 444. His membership in this 
and in the Antiquarian Society, 19. 
444. Last illness, 19. 444. Funeral, 
19. 444, 445. His paper on ' News- 
papers and Newspaper-writers in New 
England ' cited, 17. 362. His ' Memoir 
of E. B. Bigelow/ 19. 429-437. Edits 
the ' Daily Advertiser/ 19. 440. 

Goddard, Capt. Edward, 11. 396. 

Goddard, George A., 11. 282. 

Goddard, John, 20 104. 

Goddard, John, Brookline, 1775, 15. 89, 90, 
141. 

Goddard, Jonathan, M.D., 16. 211, 238. 

Goddard, Josiah, 17. 157, 158. 

Goddard, Mrs. Martha H. (Le Baron), 
19. 440. 

Goddard, Miss Matilda, donations from, 
10. 344, 484 

Goddard, Mrs. Sally (Stockwell), 19. 438. 

Goddard, William G., donations from, 2. 
255, 286. 

' Godey's Ladv's Book/ ig 332 n. 

Godfrey, Edward, 13. 133 ; 14. 376 n. 

Godfrey, Gen. George, 12. 229. Commis- 
sion issued to, by Gov. Hancock, 18. 
153, 154. 

Godfrey, Isaac, 16. 265. 

Godfrey, Hon. J. E., 14. 329. 

Godolphin, Francis Godolphin, 2c? Earl 
(Lord Privy Seal), 13. 101. 

Godolphin, Sydney Godolphin, 1st Earl 
of, 12. 402 n., 425; 13. 108. 

Godolphin, William, d. 1731, Earl of, 3. 
77 ; 12. 414. 

Godwin, Parke, 18. 62. 

Godwin, William, 12. 391. 

Goerlitz, see Gorlitz. 

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 3. 384; 8. 
437 ; 16. 408-410; 19. 305 ; 20. 379. 

Goethe, Madame Johann W. von, 16. 
409. 

Goff, , innkeeper, 11. 29, 32. 

Goff, Samuel, 6. 349. 

Goffe, Christopher, appointed an officer 
in the Carthagena expedition, 18. 375. 

Goffe, Capt. Daniel, 18. 375. Appointed 
to a command in the Carthagena ex- 
pedition, 18. 372-374. 

Goffe, Edmund, H.C. 1690, 8. 29; 14. 
225 

Goffe,' John, 12. 107, 108. 

Goffe, Stephen, letter of, 13. 342-344. 

Goffe, Col. William, the rec/icide, 6. 338 ; 
7. 280, 280 ». ; 12. 385 ; 14. 199 ; 15. 
263 ;.. 17. 65, 56, 56 n. ; 19. 397. Poem 



on, 1. 98. 'Map of the Travels and 
Lodges of the Judges of Charles 1/ 1. 
124. Assumes the name of Cooke, 3. 
60. Paper on, 3. 60-63. His journal, 
7. 280. Extracts from it, 7. 281-283. 

Goffe, Mrs. William, 10. 161. 

Goforth, Capt. William, 15. 225. 

Gold, Elizabeth, error of Mr. Hunter for 
E. Gale, 5. 491, 492. 

Gold, Maria Theresa (Mrs. Apple ton), 
5. 260. 

Gold, Nathan, 13. 233. 
"Gold, Thomas, Pittsfeld, 5. 260, 307. 

Gold, Thomas R., 5. 260. 

Golden Bull, 10. 34, 35. 

Goldsborough, Hon. Charles W., 19 20, 
20 n., 27. 

Goldsborough, William, revolutionary 
autographs offered for sale by, 18. 287. 

Goldsbury, Samuel, a refugee from Bos- 
ton in 1776, 18. 267. 

Goldsmith, Oliver, x. 362; 4. 399; 8. 
413 n.; 14. 95, 204. His ' Traveller ' 
quoted, 11. 12. 

Goldsmith, Seth, donation from, 9. 463. 

Goldsmiths and Engravers, early, of New 
England, 9. 210. 

Goldthwait, Col, 7. 230. 

Goldthwait, Ezekiel, Clerk of Common 
Pleas, 7. 205, 225; 8. 354 ; 11. 393, 394. 

Goldthwait, Joseph, 8. 350; 11. 393. 

Goldthwait, M. B., 11. 394. 

Goldthwait, Miss Patty, 7. 232. 

Goldthwait, Gov. T., letter from Gov. 
Hutchinson, 5. 26. 

Golius, Jacob, 16. 210. 

Gollman, Julius, letter and donation from, 
2. 551. 

Gomara, Francesco Lopez de, 3 385 ; 4. 
279. Cited, 10. 383. 

Gomarus, Franciscus, 16. 458. 

Gomez, Stephen, 16. 384. 

Gondomar, Diego Sarmiento d' Acuna, 
Count, 17. 10. 

Gontaut, Louis de, see Lauzun, Due de. 

Gooch, John, 20. 6. 

Gooch, Col. William, 18. 373. 

Good, Peter, Indian, 19. 414. 

Good, Sarah, 20. 313, 315-317. At a 
meeting of witches, 5. 33. 

Good, William, 20. 313. 

' Good News from New England/ manu- 
script copy of, communicated to the 
Society, 2. 481, 481 n. Cited, 9. 55. 

Goodale, Major Nathan, 17. 178, 178 n., 
184, 188 n., 191. 

Goodell, Lieut., 14. 297. 

Goodell, Abner C, A.M., 10. 114, 331, 
373 ; 12. 72 ; 13. 254 ; 17. 67 ; 19. 252, 
385; 20. 105 n., 328, 328 n., 329, 332, 395, 
396. Elected a Resident Member, 12. 
49. Remarks by, on presenting photo- 
lithographs of the court seals of Massa- 
chusetts, 20. 157-170. Remarks on Mr. 
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Oyer and Terminer, 20 331, 332. Pa- 
per bv, on the execution of Mark and 
Phillfs, 20. 122-157. Paper by, on 
charges against Samuel Adams, 20. 
213-223. Reads a paper on the 'Witch 
Trials in Massachusetts/ 20. 280-326. 

Goodenow, Lieut. Micah, 15. 80. 

Goodhue, Lion. Benjamin, 11. 23. 

Goodhue, Rev. Francis, 8. 30. 

Goodhue, Jonathan, nominated a Cor- 
responding Member, 1. 278. Elected, 
1. 280. 

Gooding, Benjamin, 11. 140. 

Gooding, Joseph, 11. 141. 

Gooding, Thomas, 20 13. 

Goodman, A. T., donations from, 5. 309; 
6. 17; 10. 144, 206; 11. 500. Vote of 
thanks to, 5. 309. 

Goodman, Rev. John, D.D., his ' Penitent 
Pardoned/ 18. 429. 

Goodnough, Lieut. Ithanor, 15. 84 w., 85. 

Goodnow, , 6. 30. 

Goodnow, Lieut., 15. 106. 

Goodrich, Miss, portrait of Daniel Web- 
ster by, presented, 8. 4. 

Goodrich, Aaron, his ' Life of Columbus ' 
cited, 16. 322. 

Goodrich, Samuel G., map of Boston en- 
graved for his use, 6. 39. 

Goodrich, Lieut. Silas, 15 84. 

Goodrich, Capt. William, 15. 81. 

Goodriche, , a British officer, 18. 76. 

Goodridge, Philip, 13. 295. 

Goodwin (Gooden), Capt., 14. 89. 

Goodwin, Benjamin, 13. 200. 

Goodwin, Daniel, donation from, 3. 98. 

Goodwin, Edward, 20. 124. 

Goodwin, Rev. Ezra S., A.M., his death, 
1. xliii. Nominated a Resident Mem- 
ber, 1. 340. Elected, 1. 342. Death of, 
announced, 1. 468. The President 
asked to prepare a memoir of, 1. 477. 
' Memoir of/ by Dr. Francis, cited, 1. 
468 n. 

Goodwin, Henry, 19. 153. 

Goodwin, Isaac, 8. 286, 291. 

Goodwin, James, 3 261. 

Goodwin, James, killed by Indians, 14. 
132. 

Goodwin, Lieut. Jedediah, 15. 82. 

Goodwin (Goodwine), John, 12. 108. 

Goodwin, Rev. John, 17. 341. 

Goodwin, Dr. Lyde, 2. 273. 

Goodwin, Maria (Mrs. F. W. P. Green- 
wood), 2. 273. 

Goodwin, N., explanation of a passage in 
Samuel Davis's Journal by, 11. 163. 

Goodwin, Capt. Nathaniel, 8. 481. 

Goodwin, Ozias, 18. 380. 

Goodwin, Richard, 20. 23. 

Goodwin, Rev. Thomas, D.D., 11. 201; 12. 
378; 17.341. 

Goodwin, William, 14. 132. 

Goodwin, William, signs letters to the 
Roxbury church, 17. 144-148. 



Goodwin, Capt. William F., donations 
from, 4. 365 ; 5. 1, 172, 196 ; 10. 40, 
206, 320, 335, 484, 485; 11. 2, 500. 

Goodwin, Prof. William W., 19. 122. 

Goodwin and'Bradbury, arms of, 11. 2. 

Goodyear, Moses, 3. 183. 

Googs, William, donation from, 1. 56. 

Gookin, Gen. Daniel, d. 1687,3- 315; 7. 
281; 10. 138, 164, 406; 16. 398; 17. 
154, 154 n., 249, 252, 253; 19. 94. At 
Newport News, 10. 30,31. His 'His- 
torical Collections ' relating to the In- 
dians, 10. 164. 

Gookin, Hon. Daniel, d. 1831, 17. 154, 
154 n. 

Gookin, Rev. Daniel, H.C. 1669, d. 1718, 
3. 318; 6. 339-351; 8. 13, 16, 22, 27; 
14. 223 n. ; 17. 154. His ' Remon- 
strance/ 2. 320, 320 n. 

Gookin, Hannah (Mrs. Tracy), 16. 474. 
Portrait of, 16. 475. 

Gookin, John, 17. 154 n. 

Gookin, Rev. Nathaniel, Cambridge, d. 
1692,2. 449 n.; 6. 342; 8.23,27; 17. 
154, 263, 266, 268, 274 n. 

Gookin, Rev. Nathaniel, Hampton, d. 1734, 
16. In., 475; 17. 154, 154 n. 

Gookin, Rev. Nathaniel, North Hampton, 
d. 1766, 16. 7 n., 9, 10 ; 17. 154, 156. 

Gookin, Samuel, 12. 111. 

Goold, William, application of, to make 
extracts from Col. Winslow's Journal, 
referred to the Council, 13. 370. 

Goostre, Mr., 5. 237. 

Gordon, Rev. Anthony, 11. 317. 

Gordon, Douglas, 4. 96. 

Gordon, Lord George, 12. 327. 

Gordon, George W., donation from, 2. 262. 

Gordon, Col. Hugh Mackay, 17. 217. 

Gordon, Thomas F., his 'History of Penn- 
sylvania/ 3. 235. 

Gordon, Rev. William, D.D , 2. 218 ; 13. 
224, 225 ; 14 73, 78, 91 ; 20. 223n., 225. 
Portrait of, given, 2. 218. Letter to, 
from T. Jefferson, 6. 220, 221. Preaches 
at Watertown, 7. 198. Letters from, to 
Gov. Bowdoin, 7. 291-297. Extract 
from letter of, 7. 380. Extracts from 
Dr. Belknap's letters relating to his 
account of Bunker Hill battle, 14. 93- 
98. His Election Sermon, 1. 79; 2. 
294 n. His 'History of the American 
War ' cited, 1. 122, 205 n.; 12. 179; 13. 
177, 196; 14. 73 n. 

Gore, Capt., 5th British Regiment, 8. 396. 

Gore, Hon. Christopher, LIj.D., 1. 186, 
188, 193, 194, 197, 199, 213, 216, 219, 
220, 222, 225, 226, 229, 233, 240, 242, 
245, 311, 400; 2. 161, 394; 3. 168, 195, 
357 ; 6. 30 ; 8 100; 9. 197; 11. 108, 148; 
12. 62, 434 ; 13. 405,. 419-421 ; 17. 17 n , 
19, 111-114, 132; 18. 381 ; 19. 146, 153, 
156-165, 178 ; 20. 211. His portrait, 1. 
xxxv. His death, 1. xlii, 399 n. Dona- 

. tions from, 1. 50, 81, 131. Nominated a 



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Resident Member, i. 109. Elected, i. 
110. Elected President, 1. 188, 193, 196, 
206, 215, 221, 226, 231, 239, 245, 254, 264. 
President, i. 199, 208, 209 n., 220, 223, 
225, 227, 233. Letter of Joseph May 
to, i. 192 n. Of committee to solicit 
subscriptions to print the Collections, 
i. 194. Of committee on annual cele- 
brations of the anniversary of the land- 
ing at Plymouth, i. 195. Of committee 
to examine the Treasurer's accounts, i. 
216. Selected to deliver the address at 
the Plymouth landing celebration, i. 
233. Declines, i. 233. Of committee 
to ask aid from the State in publishing 
Hubbard's < History/ i. 239, 240, 242. 
Declines re-election as President, i. 272, 
399 n. Portraits of, face 1.398; 13. 
405. Autograph of, faces 1. 398. Vote 
in reference to, 1. 399 n. Letter of, to 
Dr. Freeman, 1. 399 n. Mr. Ripley's 
'Memoir of,' cited, 1. 399 n. Bequest 
of, to the Society, 1. 407, 408; 2. 2 «., 
3 n. Vote to discharge lien oh real 
estate for payment of the legacy of, 1. 
437, 438. Donation of a portrait of, 2. 
296. A suitable frame to be procured 
for the portrait of, 2. 306. Portrait to 
be framed, 2. 312. List of subscribers 
for the portrait of, 2. 312, 312 n. ' Me- 
moir of,' 2. 394. Action concerning 
the missing portion of Hutchinson's 
' History,' 3. 145. Indebtedness of the 
Society to, 3. 168. Request to copy 
the portrait of, 4. 108. Letter to T. 
Lear, 8. 174, 175. Letter to Judge 
Artemas Ward, 12. 125. Heliotype 
portrait of, 13. 454. Portraits of, by 
Trumbull, 19. 60. His 'Manlius,' 1. 75. 
Speech of, 1. 218. 

Gore, Mrs. Christopher, 1. 408. 

Gore, Ebenezer, 13. 423. 

Gore, Eliza J. (Mrs. Greenough), 13. 424. 

Gore, Elizabeth, 13. 424. 

Gore, Fanny (Mrs. Bumstead), 13. 424. 

Gore, Frances, 13. 424. 

Gore, George, 13. 424. 

Gore, John, d. 1657, 13. 423. 

Gore, John, son of preceding, d. 1705, 13. 
423. 

Gore, John, son of preceding, b. 1684, 13. 
423. 

Gore, John, son of Samuel, b. 1683, H.C. 
1702, d. 1720, 13 423, 424. 

Gore, Capt. John, son of Obadiah, b. 1718, 
d. 1796, 7. 250; 11. 140, 393, 395; 13. 
424. A refugee in 1776, 18. 267. 

Gore, John, son of preceding, m. 1768, 11. 
140; 13.424. 

Gore, John, son of preceding and father of 
John C, 5 261 ; 11. 308'; 13. 424. 

Gore, John C, son of preceding, 13. 424. 

Gore, Katherine, 13. 424. 

Gore, Margaret, 13. 424. 

Gore, Mary(J/rs. Appleton), 3. 14. 



Gore, Mary .(Mrs. Grant), 13. 424. 

Gore, Miriam (Mrs. Bell), 13. 424. 

Gore, Obadiah, 13. 423, 424. 

Gore, Rebecca (Mrs. Glover), 13. 424. 

Gore, Mrs. Rebecca (Payne), 13. 419, 
420. 

Gore, Rhoda, 13. 423. 

Gore, Samuel, d. 1692, 13. 423, 424. 

Gore, Samuel, b. 1681, son of precedinq 
13-423. 

Gore, Samuel, b. 1699 (son of John. d. 
1705), 13. 423. 

Gore, Samuel, m. 1774 (son of John d. 
1796), 13. 424; 16. 291. Vote of thanks 
to, for painting the mineralogy cabinet, 
1. 225. 

Gore, Capt. Samuel, grandson of the pre- 
ceding, 13. 424. 

Gore, Sarah, 13 424. 

Gore, Susanna, 13. 424. 

Gore family, Mr. Whitmore's paper on, 
13- 423, 424. 

Gore Hall, Cambridge, 2. 384 ri. : K. 155 ; 
19 315. D 

Goreham, Jon., 4. 256, 257. 

Goreham, Lieut. Stephen, 15. 82. 

Gorges, Ferdinando, grandson of Sir Fer- 
dinando, 16. 140; 18. 258, 433-435. The 
spurious edition of the ' Wonder-work- 
ing Providence ' disclaimed by, 18. 432- 
435. J 

Gorges, Sir Ferdinando, 4. 156 ; 10. 377- 
381; 11. 165 n.; 12.429,430; 13. 133; 
14. 361 n., 363, 364, 369-371 n., 374 n., 
376 n., 378; 16. 195, 196, 199, 200, 203, 
240-242; 17. 358; 18. 83, 86, 87, 87 n., 
90, 92, 94, 112 n., 423, 434, 435; 19. 
128; 20. 63, 65, 69, 76, 81, 82, 84, 85. 
An original charter of, 1. 116 ; 4. 275, 
283. Deed from, to Sir Richard Edge- 
combe, 2. ISn., 74, 74 n., 75-77. Deed 
of conveyance of the Province of Maine 
to John Usher by, 11. 201, 203. His 
'America painted to the Life,' 1. 138; 
17. 358. His ' Briefe Narration,' 16. 
195 n., 196 n., 201 n., 204 n. ; 18. 92 ?»., 
Ill, 433, 434. Extract from the 'Nar- 
ration/ 18. 112-114. 

Gorges, John, 16. 198, 199; 18. 433; 20. 
63. 

Gorges, Capt. Robert, 4. 114; 14. 360, 
362 n. ; 16. 195-204 ; 20. 63-65, 76. 

Gorges, Thomas, 12. 400 ; 20. 80. 

Gorges, William, 14. 376 n. 

Gorget of Washington, 4. 44-46. 

Gorham, Mr., 5. 244, 246. 

Gorham, Capt. Benjamin, 4. 219 ; 13. 
173 ; 15. 350, 352, 356. Brings tea in 
1774, 4. 219. 

Gorham, Mrs. Charlotte (Kneeland), 19. 
226. 

Gorham, David, 15. 397. 

Gorham, James, 19. 226. 

Gorham, John, 20. 32. 

Gorham, Capt. John, 12. 417. 



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Gorham, Prof. John, M.D., 17. 396, 397, 
408, 409. Letter to, 10. 90-92. 

Gorham, Mary (Mrs. Parsons), 1. 317. 

Gorham, Hon. Nathaniel, 1. 296; 4. 26; 
6. 145 ; 8. 473 ; 9. 9 ; 12. 66 ; 19. 406, 
406 n. At the Convention of 1788, 3. 
301. Instance of Indian fidelity, 3. 
304, 305. Portrait of, 13. 67. A mem- 
ber of the State Convention of 1779-80, 

18. 245. 

Gorham, Lieut. Shubael, 15. 86. 

Gorham, Shubal, 18. 370. 

Gorham, Hon. William, 20. 176 n. 

Gorham, Me., 12. 405, 408. Named for 
Capt. John Gorham, 12. 417. 

Gorham Academy, 18. 43. 

Gorham Street, 6. 30. 

Goring, G., 3 228. 

Gorlitz, see Oberlausitzche Gesellschaft 

Gorton, Othniel, protest of, against en- 
listment of slaves, 6. 203, 201. 

Gorton, Samuel, 3. 65; 17. 358; 18. 390; 

19. 327. Banished by Massachusetts, 
3. 65 ; 5. 402-405. Referred to by Col. 
Aspinwall, in his paper on the Narra- 
gansett Patent, 6. 46, 47. His land- 
claims and difficulties concerning the 
same, 6. 47, 48, 51, 60-63, 6671. His 
* Simplicities Defence,' 13. 132. 

Goshen, 2. 4. Presbyterian Church of, 
mention of its founders, 2. 4. 

Gosnold, Bartholomew, 4. 113; 10. 402, 
18. 85. Account of his voyage, com- 
municated, 2. 116. His house and fort 
at Cuttehunk Island, 3. 310, 311. 

Gospels, 6. 264. 

Gosport, N.H., 17. 156. 

Goss, Elbridge H., donations from, 8. 
466; 9. 196; 10. 33, 311; 11. 500. 

Goss, Mrs. Jane (Berry), 14. 159. 

Goss, Lieut. John, 15. 79. 

Goss, Robert, marriage of, 14. 150. 

Goss, Sylvester T. (Hews & Goss), 1. 
275. 

Gosse, Capt, 17. 338. 

Gossip, William, donation from, 11. 500. 

Gottheil, Rev. Gustav, 20. 358. 

Gottingen, University at, see Georg Au- 
gustus Universilat. 

Goue (Gove), Edward, 16. 265,266; 17. 
228. 

Gough, Richard, 15. 231 n. 

Gould, Capt., 4. 296. 

Gould, Ensign, 16. 344. 

Gould, Augustus Addison, M.D., 14. 17; 
17. 447 ; 20. 241, 250, 251. Donation 
from,. 8 231. 

Gould, Benjamin A., 16. 407. Donation 
from, 2. 473; 9. 196. 

Gould, Betty, 19 59. 

Gould, Maj. Daniel, 6 432. 

Gould, Capt. Jacob, 15. 84. 

Gould, Hon. James, 14. 387, 389, 393. 

Gould, Mrs. James (Tracy), 14. 387. 

Gould, Sergeant Jonathan, 14. 293. 



Gould, Lieut. Joshua, 15. 84. 

Gould, Margaret, 2. 545 n. 

Gould, Mary (Mrs. Greenleaf), 16. 395. 

Gould, Mrs. Mary, 6. 432, 433. 

Gould, Nathaniel D., donation from, 2. 

539. 
Gould, Lieut. Samuel, 15. 85. 
Gould, Saunder, 2. 545 n. 

Gould's auction-rooms, 1775, 8. 394. 

Gould's barracks, Boston, 16. 375. 

Gourlie, John H., donation from, 2. 129. 

Gournay, Sir Thomas de, 17. 306. 

Gouvion, Lieut.- Col. Jean Baptiste, 17. 
164. 

Gove, Asa D., donation from, 2. 493. 

Gove (Goue), Edward, 16. 265, 266; 17. 
228. 

Government follows power, 5. 240. 

Governor Tompkins, schooner, 6. 241. 

Governor's Island, Boston Harbor, 4. 33, 
40, 113; 5. 55. Meeting of the Society 
at, 1. 51. 

Governors, their names given to streets, 
6.30. 

Gower, George Leveson, Earl of Gran- 
ville, see Granville. 

Gower, Sir John Leveson, 1st Earl of 12. 
425. 

Gower, Hon. Leveson, 17. 290. 

Goyett, John, 18. 95. 

Graah, Capt. Wilhelm A., 13. 359. 

Graberg de Hemso, Jacopo, Count, 
M.A., 8. 188. Donations from, 2. 127, 
139, 191, 238, 258. Nominated a Corre- 
sponding Member, 2. 191. Elected, 2. 
212. 

Grace Church, Boston, 7-107. 

Graeberg, see Graberg. 

Graevius, Prof. Johann Georg, 13. 308. 

Graffort, Mrs. Bridget, death of, 14. 
134. 

Graffort, Thomas, 14. 134 n. 

Grafton, Augustus Henry Fitzroy, Duke 
of, 15. 26 n. Favors America, 7. 232. 
joins the minority, 7. 236. 

Grafton, Charles Fitz-Roy, 2c? Duke of 
12. 413; 13. 101. 

Grafton, Mass., 7. 210; 10. 137, 139, 140; 
12. 404, 406, 413 ; 18. 340. 

Grafts, Henry, 19. 407 n. 

Gragg, Mrs. Alice (Ditson), 19. 227. 

Gragg, Elizabeth B. (Mrs. Palmer), 19. 
227. 

Gragg, Oliver, 19. 227. 

Graham, Dr., New York, 14. 256 n. 

Graham, Scotchman, 8. 383. 

Graham, Col. James D., U.S.A., dona- 
tions from, 2. 142, 268, 271, 283, 288, 
325,371, 452, 462, 511; 4. 54; 5. 104, 
159. Nominated an Honorary Member, 
2. 271. Elected, 2. 283. Requests a 
new diploma of membership, 2. 452. 
His death, 8. xvi. Remarks by, 8. 84. 
Announcement of the death of, 9. 3. 
His ' Chart of Cape Cod/ 2. 184, 184 n. 



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193 



Graham, John A., his ' Proceedings as 
Agent of the Episcopal Church in Ver- 
mont/ i. 98. 

Graham, Dr. Sylvester, his vegetarian 
theory, 7. 36. 

Graham, Gov. William A., 11. 359; 13. 
259. 

Grahame, James, LL.D., 2. 57; 11. 191 n. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 
1. 424. Elected, 1. 424. Accepts mem- 
bership, 2. 57. Letter from, 2. 242 n. 
' Memoir of/ 2. 242, 242 n., 509 n. His 
misapprehension concerning the lan- 
guage of Holden and Greene, 2. 339 n. 
His * History of the United States/ 2. 
242 n., 339 n. ; 10. 434. Revised edition 
of his ' History of the United States/ 
with a memoir of, 7. 395. 

Grainger, James, M.D., his 'Essay on the 
Diseases of the West India Islands/ 1. 
177. 

Grainger, Capt. John, 15. 82. 

Grammar Schools, names of, 6. 32. Pro- 
posals to the inhabitants of Boston 
relative to, 20. 4, 5. 

Gramont, Antoine Agenor Alfred, Due 
de, 16. 444. 

Granary Burial-ground, Boston, 2. 158 ; 
13. 258 ; 17. 132, 136. Names of persons 
buried in, 20. 211, 212. 

Granby, John, Marquis of (Duke of Rut- 
land), 12. 418. 

Granby, Mass., 12. 405, 408, 418. 

Grand Jury of Suffolk County refuses to 
serve with Judge Oliver, 14. 109-112. 

Grand Manan Island, 17. 207. 

Grandmont, Comte de, 18. 88, 97 n. 

Grange, 3. 228. 

Granger, Hon. Francis, 4. 100; 5. 282. 
Portrait of, 13. 67. 

Granger, Hon. Gideon, 7. 287; 12. 137. 
Letter of Thomas Jefferson to, 12. 138. 
Portrait of, 13. 67. 

' Granite Monthly/ 18. 172 n. 

Grant, Gov., 3. 226. 

Grant, Mr., 16. 295. 

Grant, Mr., Boston, 19. 105. 

Grant, Alexander, 12. 51. 

Grant, Alexander, sentenced by a court- 
martial, 16. 344. 

Grant, Mrs. Anne, Laggan, 14. 160. 

Grant, Fidelity (Mrs. Thomas), 1. 440. 

Grant, James, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 267. 

Grant, Gen. James, 14. 284. 

Grant, Capt. James A., 13. 352. 

Grant, Jesse K., letter of, presented, 13. 
104. 

Grant, John, 20. 219. 

Grant, Moses, 20. 11. 

Grant, Deacon Moses, 13. 424. Donation 
from, 1. 193. 

Grant, Patrick, aged 113, 8. 436. 

Grant, S. Hastings, donations from, 5. 48; 
6. 78. 



13 



Grant, Samuel, 15. 157. 

Grant, Samuel, Son of Liberty, 11. 140. 

Grant, Capt. Thomas, 15. 85. 

Grant, Lieut.-Gen. Ulysses S., President of 

the United States, 8. 256 ; 13. 104 ; 15. 

373 ; 16. 454-456 ; 18. 437. Visits the 

Society's rooms, 10. 369. 
Grant, William, marriage of, 14. 150. 
Grant, Sir William, 19. 375, 375 n. 
Grants of townships, 9. 60. 
Granvelle, Antoine 1'errenot, Cardinal, 

16. 425. His papers, 4. 236, 237. 
Granville, Edward, Earl of St. Germans, 

see St. Germans. 
Granville, George, see Sutherland, Duke of. 
Granville, George Leveson Gower, Earl, 

13. 69. Correspondence with Mr. Law- 
rence, 3-78. 

Granville, John, Earl of Bath, see Bath. 
Granville, John Carteret, Earl of, 12. 

415. 
Granville, Mass., 12. 405, 407, 415. 
Grasse, Francois J. P. Grasse-Rouville, 

Comte de, 8. 481. 
Grasse-Tilly, Francois Joseph Paul, Comte 

de, 14. 332-334, 337 ; 15. 33, 58 ; 17. 

232, 293 ; 19. 69, 73. 
Grattan, Rt. Hon. Henry, 11. 107. 
Grattan, Thomas C, nominated a Cor- 
responding Member, 2. 300. Elected, 2. 

302. Accepts election, 2. 303. Death 

of, 7. xiii. Remarks on his death, 7. 

408. 
Gratton, Admiral, 16. 72. 
Gratton, John, 12. 116. 
Graverard (Graverodd), Andrew, 12. 422. 
Graves, a youth, 14 138. 
Graves, Mrs, Amy, 14. 150. 
Graves, Lieut. Crispin, 16 354. 
Graves, Lieut. Ebenezer, 15. 85. 
Graves, Francis, marriage of, 14. 150. 
Graves, J., letter from, 15. 171. 
Graves, John, 11. 316, 317. 
Graves, John, 19. 389. 
Graves, Miss Lucretia, donation from, 1. 

153. 
Graves, Adm. Samuel, arrives in Boston, 

15. 354. 
Graves, Thomas, H.C. 1656, 8. 12, 21, 26; 

18. 15. His college expenses, 1654-55, 

5. 61, 62. 
Graves, Adm. Thomas, 4. 220 ; 12. 229 ; 

14. 345, 354. His character, 4. 81. 
Burns Falmouth, 5. 244. Returns to 
England, 7. 233. 

Graves, Hon. Thomas, H.C. 1703, d. 1747, 
8. 226. 

Graves, William, 3. 260. 

Gravesend, 6. 193, 415. Charles II. pro- 
claimed at, 7. 281. 

Gravier, Charles, Comte de Vergennes, see 
Vergennes. 

Gray, ( Wright, Smith, Sr Gray, bank- 
ers), 12. 49, 51.* 

Gray, Mrs., 1775, 7. 203. 



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Gray, Mrs , 1783, 4. 377. 

Gray, Andrew, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 267. 

Gray, Prof. Asa, LL.D., 9 364, 365; 13. 
424 ; 14. 4, 19 ; 17. 409, 414, 424 ; 20. 
250. President of American Acad- 
emy of Arts and Sciences, 12. 233, 251. 
Tributes by, to Mr. G % B. Emerson and 
Dr. J. Bigelow, 20. 249. 

Gray, Benjamin, 8. 386. 

Gray, Lieut. Ebenezer, 14. 84, 85. 

Gray, Edward, Baltimore, 11. 364. 

Gray, Edward, Boston, 8. 386, 396; 13. 
420 n. 

Gray, Edward, student of law, 1782, ig. 
156, 161-167, 169-178. His autograph, 
faces 19. 169. 

Gray, Ellis, 8. 386; 13. 420. Extracts 
from a letter of, 14. 315, 316. 

Gray, Rev. Ellis, d. 1753, 13. 420 n. ; 18. 
166. Portrait of, by Blackburn, 16. 
389. 

Gray, Hon. Francis C, LLD., i. 274, 
27.7, 279, 281, 283, 333, 335-337, 345, 
348, 350, 375, 376, 380, 384, 398, 407, 
427, 448, 456, 468, 482, 500; 3. 38; 
11. 341, 342; 12. 439; 13. 70, 458; 17. 
415, 416 ; 19. 245, 347 ; 20. 390. His 
death, 1. xlii. Nominated a Resident 
Member, 1. 266. Elected, 1. 270. Of 
committee to solicit subscriptions for 
repairs of the building, 1. 276. Of 
committee on closing the passage-way 
under the arch of the Crescent, 1. 281, 
337. Of Publication Committee, 1. 283. 
Of committee 011 the celebration of the 
landing at Plymouth, 1. 287. To rep- 
resent the Society on that occasion, 1. 
289. Of committee on the Treasurer's 
accounts, 1. 335, 341, 342; 2. 35, 36, 
267, 310, 340. Elected a member of 
the Standing Committee, 1. 337, 311, 
350, 374, 380, 387, 398, 409, 418, 427, 
445, 452, 467, 489; 2. 3, 40, 233, 251, 
270, 313, 342, 370, 387, 426, 454; 3. 42. 
43. Of committee on continuation of 
Hutchinson's History, 1. 338. Of com- 
mittee to collect books for the ' Societe' 
de Geographic/ 1. 352. Of committee 
to ask aid from the State in publishing 
Gov. Winthrop's Journal, 1. 374. Of 
committee on index of old town and 
church records, 1. 377. Asked to pre- 
pare a memoir of W. J. Spooner, 1. 377. 
Of committee to consider plan of join- 
ing with other Societies in erecting a 
building, 1. 384. Granted leave to lend 
a book from the Library to the Libra- 
rian of Harvard College, 1. 407. Ap- 
pointed to deliver an address on the 
centennial of Washington's birthday, 1. 
450. Contributes to purchase the So- 
ciety's building, 1. 465 n. Present at 
meetings of the Society, 2. 18, 25, 31, 
32, 40, 51, 112, 117, 119, 123, 132, 135, 



137, 142, 144, 146, 149, 171, 177, 182, 
183, 185-188, 192, 220, 223, 225, 227, 
233, 234, 236, 239, 245, 247, 253, 261- 
263, 266, 268, 271, 285-287, 294, 298, 
300, 307, 314, 318, 328, 329, 335, 340, 
346, 349, 352, 354, 35b, 362, 363, 370, 
372, 382, 389, 411, 414, 421, 422, 429, 
430, 441, 443, 454, 460, 475, 476, 478, 
481, 483, 493, 499, 513, 548, 559, 571, 
604, 607. Subject of lecture delivered 
by him, 2. 34. Report on the Treas- 
urer's accounts, 2. 36, 268, 269, 313, 
314, 341. His place on the Standing 
Committee to be filled during his ab- 
sence, 2. 60, 62. Donations from, 2. 
61, 83, 217, 218, 223, 239, 241, 356. Of 
committee on Lectures, 2. 114, 115, 136, 
172, 220, 291. Of Publishing Commit- 
tee, 2. 114, 249, 340. Of committee for 
publishing Vol. VIII. of the third se- 
ries, 2. 114. Report concerning the 
manuscript of Brereton, 2. 119. Of 
committee to consider the matter of 
the sale of the Collections, 2. 149. 
Presents a view of the ol(? building, 2. 
149. Excused from the Lecture Com- 
mittee, 2. 175, 292. Recording Sec- 
retary pro tempore, 2. 185, 186, 285. 
Portrait of, to be framed, 2. 217. Pres- 
ident pro tempore, 2. 227, 233, 236, 350, 
474, 475. Presents a manuscript, 2. 
240. Of committee on the commemo- 
ration of the anniversary of the New 
England Confederacy, 2. 240. Reports 
that Vol. VIII. of the third series is 
ready for delivery, 2. 244, 245, 245 n. 
Of committee to consider the reprint 
of Vol. X., second series, 2. 245. Re- 
ports from the Lecture Committee the 
money received from a course, 2. 246. 
To be charged with the duty of sending 
certain volumes of the Collections to 
Colonel Aspinwall and the Hon. Ed- 
ward Everett, 2. 248. Of Publishing 
Committee to prepare Vol. IX. of the 
third series, 2. 249. Of committee to 
ask for a return of the Prince Collec- 
tions, 2. 258. Report of the Committee 
on Lectures, 2. 262. Reports concern- 
ing the Prince Collections, 2. 262. Of 
Scrutinizing Committee, 2. 266. Of 
committee to consider the extension of 
the accommodations of the Library, 2. 
270. Of committee to consider ob- 
taining certain historical information 
from the French archives, 2. 271, 283, 
299, 302. Offers for inspection some 
colored engravings of the ancient tap- 
estry of Bayeux, 2. 286. Of com- 
mittee to consider repairing the paint- 
ings belonging to the Society, 2. 286. 
Report of the committee on repairs 
of portraits, 2. 292, 296. Of com- 
mittee to make arrangements for the 
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the incorporation of the Society, 2. 
292. Of committee to consider the 
business in relation to the Boston Athe- 
naeum, 2. 295. One of the subscribers 
to the portrait of Governor Gore, 2. 
312 n. Of committee to aid Mr. Adams 
in his memoir of Mr. W. Tudor, 2. 318. 
Reports progress in preparing Vol. IX., 
third series, 2. 818. Report of the com- 
mittee on the proposed increase of 
members, 2. 335, 335«. Of Publishing 
Committee for Vol. X., third series, 2. 
310. Of committee to settle the mat- 
ter of the ownership of the Trumbull 
Papers, with report of the same, 2. 
340, 857, 357rc.-359n. Report of the 
committee on reprinting the deficient 
volumes of the Collections, 2. 340, 
316, 347. Assists in the fund for re- 
printing certain volumes of the Collec- 
tions, 2. 317, 368. Announces the death 
of Hon. John Davis, 2. 361. Reports the 
purchase of the Chalmers Manuscript, 
2. 363. Of committee to examine the 
papers of the late Gov. Bernard, 2. 
363. Chosen on the committee on 
the Hutchinson Papers, 2. 363. Re- 
ports concerning the ownership of the 
Hutchinson Papers, 2. 365, 435, 436, 
436 n.-441 n. Of committee to con- 
sider the 'removal of Mr. Taylor's por- 
trait, 2. 366. Of committee to con- 
sider a proposed exchange, 2. 367. Of 
committee to examine into the state of 
the Treasury, 2. 370. Report of the 
same, 2. 371. Of committee to con- 
sider certain changes in the publication 
of the Collections, 2. 380. To take 
charge of the subject of the ' Biblio- 
graphia Americana/ 2. 413. Report 
on the subject, 2. 414. To take charge 
of Mr. Pulsifer's letter, 2. 423. Of 
committee to address a memorial to 
the General Court, concerning the 
ownership of certain papers, 2. 420, 
420 n. Of committee to consider what 
rules shall be adopted in relation to 
the manuscripts, 2. 429. Report of 
the committee on manuscripts, 2. 431- 
434. Nominated on Standing Commit- 
tee, 2. 488. Amount subscribed by, 
for the Library and the new Catalogue, 

2. 603 n. Resolutions proposed by, in 
regard to the late Abbott Lawrence, 

3. 40, 41. Of committee to nominate 
officers, 3. 67. His death announced, 
3. 131. Memorial of, to be prepared 
for publication, 3. 131. Donation from 
his executors of a copy of the ' blue 
laws ' and of a medal, 3. 133. 

Gray, Rev. Frederic T., and the Boston 

poor, 7. 112. 
Gray, George F., 14. 37. Donation from, 

14. 36. Vote of thanks to, 14. 38. 
Gray, Hannah (Mrs. Wilson), 13. 420 n. 



Gray, Hon. Harrison, 7. 254 ; 8. 386, 398 ; 
11. 392,394; 12. 323; 13. 420 n.; 17. 
159 ; 20. 221. Autograph letter of, 2. 
179. Resigns his office, 8. 354. A 
refugee from Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 

Gray, Hon. Harrison (Hilliard, Gray, 8f 
Co.), d. 1846, 1. 495. 

Gray, Harrison, Jr., 11. 392, 395. 

Gray, Hon. Horace, LL.D., 8. 212, 312 ; 
14. 389, 393 ; 19. 194. Elected a Resi- 
dent Member, 5. 182. Accepts member- 
ship, 5. 196. Donations from, 5. 309; 6. 
20; 8. 171. Of committee on Memorials 
of the Rebellion, 5. 226. Presents pa- 
pers obtained at Harper's Ferry, 6. 5. 
Of Standing Committee, 7. 26, '863; 8. 
272; 9. 358. On the 'Ancient Charters 
and Laws of Massachusetts/ 7. 302. 
Remarks by, 7. 808 ; 10. 82. Of com- 
mittee to nominate officers, 1866, 9. 82. 
Vote of thanks to, on his retiring from 
the Standing Committee, 9. 191. Of 
committee on increase of membership, 
12. 170. Exhibits Judge Cushing's note- 
book, 13. 292. Remarks of, on the case 
of Commonwealth vs. Jennison, 13. 
294-299. His 'Massachusetts Reports ' 
cited, 13. 299, 456, 458. 

Gray, Capt. Isaac, 15. 83. 

Gray, Capt. James, letters of, of date 
1777, presented to the Society, 3. 118. 

Gray, John, 1622, 16. 205. 

Gray, John, of the Boston Tea-party, 
1775, 8. 322,386; 18. 423. 

Gray, John, Kingston, 1833, donations 
from, 1. 463, 475. Vote of thanks to, 

1. 464. 

Gray, Lieut. John, 15. 84. 

Gray, John, loyalist and refugee, 7. 234 ; 
18. 267. 

Gray, John C, A.M., 19. 357. 

Gray, Hon. John C , LL.D., 4. 147, 167, 
332 ; 9. 360 ; 10. 141 ; 18. 406. Con- 
tributes to purchase the Society's build- 
ing, 1. 465 n. One of the twenty-six 
members in the heliotype frontispiece, 

2. vii ; 3. 82 a. Nominated a Resident 
Member, 2. 220. Elected, 2. 221. Pres- 
ent at meetings of the Society, 2. 223, 
225, 236-239, 249, 257, 262, 285-287, 
298, 309, 314, 319, 349, 352, 358, 872, 
374, 377, 413, 443, 445, 455-458, 462, 
470, 472, 473, 476, 479, 497, 513, 525, 
547, 548, 559, 583. Report of the com- 
mittee on articles deposited in the Li- 
brary, 2. 238, 239. Requested to pre- 
pare a memoir of Mr. S. P. Gardner, 2. 
264, 264 n. A question proposed by 
him, 2. 309. One of the subscribers to 
the portrait of Gov. Gore, 2. 312 n. Of 
committee to consider the subject of 
articles deposited in the Library, 2. 
236, 238, 239. Donations from, 2. 264, 
354, 482. Report concerning the re- 
printing of the deficient volumes of 



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Gray, Hon. John C, LL.D. {continued). 
the Collections, 2. 342. Subscribes to- 
wards the reprint of certain volumes 
of the Collections, 2. 347, 368. Re- 
marks concerning a catalogue for the 
Library, 2. 357. Suggests for consid- 
eration the origin of towns in New 
England as municipal institutions, 2. 
458. Of committee to consider the 
preservation of ancient town records, 
2. 461, 462. Report of the committee, 
2. 462, 463, 463 rc.-466 n. Of committee 
to examine the Treasurer's accounts, 
2. 470 ; 3. 67, 85 ; 4. 439 ; 5. 160. Re- 
port of the same, 2. 471 ; 3. 85. Of 
committee to communicate with Pres. 
Quincy, concerning his liberal offer, 
2. 557. Amount subscribed by, for the 
Library and new Catalogue, 2. 603 n. 
Of Standing Committee, 3. 29, 86. 
Remarks by, 3. 109. Of Nominating 
Committee, 3. 154, 284. Donates a 
sum of money to the Society, 3. 168. 
Responds to resolutions offered in 
memory of Mr. Lunt, 3. 206. Signs a 
memorial remonstrating against a peti- 
tion of the Historic, Genealogical Soci- 
ety for a change of its name, 3 266- 
270. Remarks on Mr. W: H. Prescott, 
4. 176, 177. Donations from, 4. 330 ; 7. 
21. Remarks on the death of Mr. T: G. 
Cary, 4. 331, 332; of Hon. E. Everett, 
8. 127-130; of Mr. J. Willard, 8. 291. 
Elected Vice-President, 9. 190 ; 10. 20, 
173. Tribute to the Hon. Charles G. 
Loring, 10. 80-82. Remarks by, in com- 
memoration of Mr. Jared Sparks, 9. 162. 
Vote of thanks to, on retiring from the 
position of Vice-President, 11. 46. Re- 
marks on Cornell University, 11. 85- 
92; on Michigan University, 11. 130; 
on a letter of T. Carlyle, 11. 200. One 
of a committee on increase of mem- 
bers, 11. 112. Relates an anecdote of 
Gov. Brooks, 11. 389. His death, 18. 
xx. Remarks by the President on an- 
nouncing the death of, 18. 322-354. 
Resolution passed by the Society, 18. 
356. Appointments to prepare the me- 
moir of 19. 125, 334. 

Gray, John Henry, 17. 117. 

Gray, Lewis, 7. 232; 11. 141. Capture 
of brig belonging to, 7. 232. 

Gray, Lucy (Mrs. Dobell ), 13. 420. 

Gray, Mary, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 267. 

Gray, Capt. Robert, 2. 316 n. ; 12. 41. 
Discoverer of the Columbia River, 11. 
352, 353 n. Donation from, 1. 68. Pic- 
tures relating to discovery of Colum- 
bia River, exhibited, 12. 1. 

Gray, Samuel, killed in the Boston Mas- 
sacre, 6. 174, 175. 

Gray, Samuel C. & F. A., Messrs., 18. 191. 

Gray, Sarah (Mrs. Cary), 18. 166. 



Gray, Mrs. Sarah (Dolbear), 13. 420. 

Gray, Sarah (Mrs. Hall), 13. 420 n. 

Gray, Mrs. Sarah (Tyler), 13. 420. 

Gray, Thomas, 11. 392, 395; 13. 190; 15. 
360, 362, 363. Death and will of, 8. 
386. 

Gray, Thomas, 16. 205. 

Gray, Thomas, the poet, 15. 395; 16. 120; 
18. 46. Extract from a letter of, 18. 
306. His 'Elegy/ 1. 75. 

Gray, Rev. Thomas, D.D., 2. 388 n. Do- 
nations from, 1. 202 ; 2. 126. 

Gray, Hon. William, 14. 25 ; 18. 62 n. 
Donation from, 8. 254. Elected a Res- 
ident Member, 13. 305. Accepts mem- 
bership, 13. 312. 

Gray, Hon. William, Lieutenant-Governor 
of Massachusetts, d. 1825, 2. 403 ; 5. 360; 
8.386; n.141; 17. 98, 116, 117; 18. 
353. 

Gray, Winthrop, 12. 290. 

Gray, Rev. Zachary, LL.D., his ■ Exami- 
nation of Neal's History of the Puri- 
tans ' cited, 17. 17. 

Gray of Worke, Forde, Sd Lord, 13. 109. 

Graydon, Adm. John, 12. 425. 

Grays, Edward, his mark, 3. 238. 

Grayson, Mr., 10. 479. 

Great Barrington, Mass., 8. 34G ; 12. 405, 
407. Origin of the name of, 12. 416. 

Great Britain, 3. 37, 74-77, 141, 147, 
149 n. ; 6. 136, 180, 380, 436; 12. 45, 47, 
48. Donation from the Government 
of, 3. 220. Questions of citizenship, 6. 
94. Struggle of the American Colonies 
with, 6. 108, 112, 133, 157, 187, 188, 
202, 226, 242, 244, 245, 436, 483; 7. 210, 
238, 493. War-debt of, 7. 493. Archi- 
tectural societies of, 14. 157. ' Rights 
of, asserted against America,' cited, 1. 
75. ' Parliamentary History of,' cited, 
12. 172. See England. 

Great Meadows, 3. 230. Battle of, 3. 230- 
234. 

Great Prince, negro, petition of, for free- 
dom, 6 199, 200. 

Great Republic, phrase used in 1776, 5. 6. 

Great Seal of New England, see Seals. 

Great Waldingfield, 5. 252 ; 6. 430. 

Great Yarmouth, 7. 475. 

Greaton, Francis, 15. 157, 157 n. 

Greaton, Gen. John, 4 295, 298, 299 ; 7. 
252; 11. 141; 15.84, 160; 19. 72. 

Greaty, Philip, 15. 157. 

Greaves, Margaret (Mrs. Cary), 18. 166. 

Greaves, Thomas, 18. 166. 

Greaves, Adm. Thomas, see Graves, 
Thomas. 

Grecian States, 6. 25. 

Greece, 3. 210. Insurrections of slaves 
in, 6. 141-143. Proposed history of, 
by E. Everett, 8. 273. Prof. Felton on, 
10. 358-360. 

Greek language, study of, 3 383 ; 6. 266, 
366. 



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197 



Greek question, 19 42. 

Greek Reader, 6. 305. 

Greeks, 6. 297. Colony of, introduced 
into Florida, 3. 223, 225-227. 

Greele, Deacon Samuel, 14. 155 ; 15. 189. 

Greeley, Jonathan, 14. 329, 330. 

Greely, Rev. Allen, donation from, 2. 415. 

Greely, Anne {Mrs. Loring), 11. 263. 

Greely, Capt. John, 11. 263. 

Green, Capt., 12. 423. 

Green, Major, 15. 160. 

Green, Mr., 19. 223. 

Green, Sergeant, 15. 109. 

Green, Albert G., see Greene. 

Green, Mrs. Ann, 15. 341. 

Green, Rev. Ashbel, D.fX, 15. 393; 17. 
206, 206 n. Sermon by, 1. 177. 

Green, Bartholomew, printer, 1.8; 7. 165 ; 
ii. 206; 20. 285. 

Green, David, see Greene. 

Green, Capt. Edmund, 13. 406, 407. 

Green, Edward, 11. 140. 

Green, Mrs. Elizabeth (Copley), 12. 326, 
327 

Green, Ezra, M.D., Maiden, 5. 390; 14. 
37.' Aged 101, 8 438, 440. 

Green, Francis, 11. 140, 392, 394. A refu- 
gee from Boston in 1776, 18. 267. 

Green, George, 11. 110. Extract from a 
letter of, 14. 101. 

Green, Hammond, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 266. 

Green, Hannah, 8. 363, 364. 

Green (Greene), Henry, 16. 265; 17. 226, 
228. Marriage of, 14. 150. 

Green, Rev. Henry, 10. 329 ; 17. 343. 

Green, Isaiah Lewis, donations from, 1. 
53, 54. 

Green, James, 18. 374. 

Green, James, donation from, 1. 156. 

Green, James, naturalized, 4. 363. 

Green, James D., donation from, 2. 451. 

Green, Jeremiah, 8. 410; 11. 393, 395. 

Green, Joan, 20. 317. 

Green, Capt. Joel, 15. 82. 

Green, John, 1693, 6. 349. 

Green, John, 1760, 11. 140 ; 20 6. 

Green, Dr. John Orne, donation from, 2. 
353. 

Green, Rev. John R., LL.D., 20. 189, 
394. Elected a Corresponding Mem- 
ber, 15. 163. Accepts membership, 
15. 259. His death, 20. xx. Death 
of, announced, 20. 172-174. Tribute 
to, from the London 'Punch/ 20. 172. 
His ' The Making of England/ 20. 174. 
His ' Conquest of England/ 20. 174. 

Green, Jonathan, killed by Indians, 14. 
136. 

Green, Rev. Joseph, d. 1715, 8. 29. 

Green, Joseph, d. 1765, 20 6. 

Green, Joseph, d. 1774, 11. 140; 14. 101. 

Green, Joseph, d. 1780, 8. 338, 384, 386, 
389, 394, 406, 409; 11. 392; 12. 323. 
Letters of, 13. 59-62. 



Green, Joshua, 11. 140. Donation from, 
1. 73. Agreement of, with Dr. War- 
ren relating to a slave, 14. 101. Inter- 
leaved almanac of, 14. 101. 

Green, Matilda F. (Mrs. Sabine), 17. 
382. 

Green, Mrs. Mary, 14. 150. 

Green, Nathaniel, 11. 141. See Greene. 

Green, Percival, 8. 23, 28. 

Green, Reuben H., 14. 37. 

Green, Rev. Roland, 1. 345. 

Green, Rufus, 11. 394, 395. 

Green, Samuel, printer, 3. 139 n. ; 13. 105, 
108, 307 n.; 16. 117; 18. 16; 20. 266- 
268. 

Green, Samuel A., M.D., 1. 349 w. ; 

5. 84; 8. 9, 10, 484; 9. 6, 191; 10. 
174, 175, 469, 487; 11. 84; 12. 2, 8, 
41, 49, 52, 192; 13. 7, 12, 381; 14. 
101, 158, 170, 206, 222, 248; 15. 255, 
266. 386; 16. 5, 56 n., 161; 17. 66, 
67, 118, 122, 294; 18. 25, 28, 244, 253; 
19. 250, 334 n., 356; 20. 175, 176, 205, 
208, 392, 393. Donations from, 2. 444, 
451, 452, 454, 457-460, 462, 469, 471, 
473, 474, 476, 479, 489, 496, 498, 503 ; 

3. 40, 42, 48, 65, 85, 88, 214, 284 ; 4. 
51, 54, 107, 124, 139, 146, 196, 226, 
235, 309, 330, 391, 424, 430, 437 ; 5. 1, 
45, 48, 52, 58, 64, 87, 96, 104, 145, 159, 
172, 193, 196, 203, 227, 229, 309, 319; 

6. 16,20, 23, 361, 414; 7. 168,474; 8. 

1, 79, 88, 201, 254, 431, 442, 463, 467, 
480 ; 9. 1, 66, 81, 177, 196, 227, 247, 255, 
347, 353, 358, 368, 437, 463, 467 ; 10. 2, 
21, 40, 80, 86, 93, 105, 117, 135, 145,206, 
311, 314, 320, 331, 336, 344, 368, 409, 469, 
484; 11. 44, 501. Elected a Resident 
Member, 4. 425. Accepts membership, 

4. 430. Elected Cabinet-Keeper, 5. viii, 
29, 195 ; 6. 19 ; 7. 26, 363 ; 8. 261, 272 ; 
9. 189, 190 ; 10. 20. Cabinet-Keeper, 

5. 1, 45, 48, 52, 197, 441; 6. 7; 7. 
13, 359. His annual reports for the 
year ending, 1861, 5. 194, 195; 1866, 
9 189; 1867, 10. 2, 4, 14-16; 1868, 10. 
145, 172. Serves in the army, 6. 6, 

7. 17 ; 7. 13, 23 ; 8. 261. The Report 
prepared by the Assistant Librarian, 6. 

6. Of committee for the publication 
of the Proceedings, 8. 485; 19. 310. 
Votes of thanks to, 9. 228 ; 12. 67 ; 
19. 55, 334. Elected Librarian, 10. 
173; 11. 45, 243; 12. 80, 225; 13. 21, 
279; 14. 28, 328; 15-276; 16. 173; 17. 
76 ; 18. 36, 416 ; 19. 296 ; 20. 199. Li- 
brarian, 10. 206, 311, 314, 319, 330, 335, 

344, 368, 481; 11. 32, 100, 129, 131, 
135, 143, 145, 155, 159, 160, 163, 197, 
222, 228, 233, 252, 308, 322, 333, 335, 

345, 388, 483, 492 ; 12. 1, 12, 49, 67, 70, 
73, 79, 81, 103, 126, 140, 157, 159, 169, 
174, 181, 182, 192, 211, 214, 215, 230, 
233, 250, 252, 264, 288, 315, 330 ; 13. 1, 

2, 43, 49, 50, 65, 69, 79, 99, 104, 122, 142, 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Green, Samuel A., M.D. {continued). 
143, 145, 217, 236, 255, 263, 305, 312, 
318, 345, 367, 378, 395, 425, 449 ; 14. 
1, 25, 32, 52, 103, 153, 158, 170, 179, 186, 
201, 206, 215, 317, 328, 338; 15. 1, 117, 
161, 227, 230, 259, 278, 280, 307, 380; 16. 

I, 36, 100, 155, 175, 252, 307, 365, 380 ; 

17. 33, 50, 60, 78, 101, 121, 165, 229, 282, 
307, 328, 360; 18. 1, 65, 118, 179, 240, 
245, 262, 287, 318, 352, 400, 404, 406, 
417, 431 ; 19. 1, 62, 97, 123, 194, 230, 
217, 265, 298, 325, 349, 385 ; 20 1, 37, 57, 
95, 106, 171, 201, 260, 327, 342, 351, 392. 
Librarian's Annual Report for the year 
ending 1869, 11. 41-44; 1870, 11. 249- 
251 ; 1871, 12. 78, 79 ; 1872, 12. 218 ; 
1873, 13. 19, 20; 1874, 13. 270, 271; 
1875, 14. 26, 27 ; 1876, 14. 320, 321 ; 
1877, 15. 265, 268, 269; 1878, 16. 166; 
1879, 17. 68, 69; 1880, 18. 28; 1881, 

18. 407; 1882, 19. 289; 1883, 20. 191. 
Delegate to the Antwerp Archaeolo- 
gical Congress, 10. 36. Remarks by, 
10. 369 ; 11. 158, 333. Remarks on his 
edition of Deux Ponts's ' Campaigns/ 
10. 348, 349. Report of committee on 
memorials of Boston, 10. 487. Tribute 
to Dr. John Appleton, 11. 43. Of 
committee on the building, 11. 326. 
Calls attention to a pretended letter 
by Cotton Mather, 11. 328. Of com- 
mittee on alterations in the By-Laws, 

II. 495. Reports for the committee 
on moving the Library, 12. 226; 13. 
9. Instructed to comply with the 
award of the arbitrator in the matter 
of the Hutchinson Papers, 13. 131. 
Letter of, returning the Hutchinson 
Papers to the State, 13. 217, 218. 
Reads letter of Senator Benton to 
Amos Kendall, 13. 306. Exhibits an 
agreement of Dr. Warren, 14. 101. 
Reads extracts from family papers, 14. 
101. Of committee on the Philadel- 

.phia Centennial Exhibition, 14. 158. 
Letter of Ruf us Blanchard referred to 
him, 14. 158. Report of the committee 
on the Centennial signed by him, 14. 
170. Calls attention to and edits an 
early copy of ' Harvard College Laws/ 
14. 206. Exhibits some old engravings, 

14. 248. Reads a memoir of Jean Fre- 
deric de Waldeck, 15. 9. Reads a letter 
from S. F. Haven, 15. 227. Reads an 
account of the battle of Bunker Hill, 
from a Journal of Thomas Boynton, 

15. 254. Communicates a paper re- 
lating to Whalley the regicide, 15. 263. 
Submits the Report of the Cabinet- 
Keeper in the absence of that officer, 
15. 265, 269. Reads a letter from Mr. 
J. H. Trumbull, 16. 4. Announces a 
portion of the Somerby MS. as ready 
for use, 16. 181. Of committee to con- 
sider a communication from the Coast 



Survey, 16. 183, 400. Presents the re- 
quest of the city clerk of Boston for 
church records, 17. 101. Of committee 
on the Winthrop autographs, 17* 102, 
103. Signs report of committee on the 
Coast Survey letter, 17. 105. Presents 
Mr. Latham's bibliographical note on 
the Bridgewater collection of music, 
17. 121. Communicates the record of 
donation of early records, 17. 160, 161. 
Reads a letter from Miss E. S. Quincy, 

17. 233. Communicates letters of S. 
Sweat, 17. 286. Communicates Dudley 
Woodbridge's diary, 17. 337. Calls 
attention to a gift to the Library from 
Mr. Amos A. Lawrence, 18. 1. Ap- 
pointed a delegate to attend the cen- 
tennial celebration of the American 
Academy of Arts and Sciences, 18 67 n. 
Notices a gift to the Library from 
Rev. Dr. H. M. Dexter, 18. 118. No- 
tices gift from Mr. Charles E. Norton, 

18. 240. Motion of, to allow Mr. King- 
man to copy manuscripts, 18. 241. 
Calls attention to a woodcut of Wind- 
sor chairs, 18. 243, 241. Calls the 
attention of the Society to a list of 
refugees from Boston in 1776, 18. 265. 
Calls attention to the tablet containing 
the Prescott and Linzee swords, 18. 431. 
Mayor of Boston, 19. 250, 287. Of com- 
mittee to publish the Proceedings, 19. 
310. Gift from, 19. 325. Of commit- 
tee on application from the city for 
loan of articles belonging to the Cab- 
inet, 19. 334. Excused from further 
service on the committee to publish the 
Proceedings, ig. 334. Pall-bearer at 
the funeral of Dr. Robbins, 19. 319. 
Communicates copies of papers be- 
longing to the Overseers of the Poor 
of Boston, 20. 1-17. Remarks by, on 
Mr. Adams's paper on the printing of 
old manuscripts, 20. 185. Presents 
copies of inscriptions from the tablets 
on the gates of city burial-grounds, 20. 
209-213. Of a committee to consider 
the proposed plan of a Centennial His- 
tory of the United States, 20. 327. 
Calls attention to a volume of letters 
from Washington to Gen Heath, 20. 
327. Presents photographs of old 
maps of Boston,- 20. 350. Proposes a 
facsimile reproduction of an old map 
of Rhode Island, 20. 350. His notice 
of Dr. Rand, 1. 368, 369. His edition 
of 'Deux Ponts's Campaigns/ 10. 348. 
Paper on the Bibliography of the His- 
torical Society, 12. 2-8. His edition of 
an early copy of Harvard College 
Laws, 14 206. His ' Records of Gro- 
ton/ 18. 406 ; 20. 205. His ' Groton in 
the Witchcraft Times/ 20. 175, 190. 
His ' Groton during the Indian Wars/ 
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199 



Green, T., 3. 228. 

Green, Thomas, 4. 383. 

Green, Timothy, 17. 173. Donation from, 
i.82. 

Green, Capt. Uriah, donation from, 1. 116. 

Green, Adj. William, 14. 87 ; 15. 79 ; 16. 
Ill, 164. 

Green & Russell, 3. 148, 149. 

Green Bay, Wis., 16. 365. 

Green Dragon Tavern, Boston, 7. 181 ; 
15. 168 ; 16. 371 ; 18. 345. Tradesmen's 
meeting at, 3. 303, 304. 

Green-street Church, Boston, 10. 107. 

Greenbush, N. Y., 19. 420. 

Greene, Aaron F., donation from, 11. 500. 

Greene, Hon. Albert G., elected a Cor- 
responding Member, 4. 124. Accepts 
membership, 4. 139. His death, 10. 
xvi, 113. 

Greene, Benjamin, 11. 393, 395; 12. 323; 
13. 60; 16. 394. 

Greene, Benjamin, Jr., 11. 140, 393, 395; 
13. 60. 

Greene, Dr. Benjamin D., 20. 241. 

Greene, Charles, 17. 191. 

Greene. Charles, 20. 276, 277 n. 

Greene, Col. Charles G., 18. 192. 

Greene, Charles Winston, H.C. 1802,4- 
360 ; 16. 407 ; 19. 226. 

Greene, Col. Christopher, 6. 201 ; 12. 200. 
Mutiny in his battalion, 5. 221. Bravery 
of his negro regiment, 6. 202, 206, 207, 
231, 237. His death, 6. 207, 237. ' Life 
of/ by Johnson, cited, 6. 232. 

Greene (Green), David, 11. 393, 395; 19. 
215. Naturalized, 4. 360. Letter of, 
from Boston during the siege, 13. 56-59. 

Greene, David I., 19. 175. Naturalized, 
4. 360. 

Greene, Gardiner, 10. 487; 12. 317; 17. 
460. Donation from, 1. 91. Letters 
to, 13. 56-62. 

Greene, Mrs. Gardiner {Miss A. Reading), 
13. 56 n. 

Greene, Mrs. Gardiner (Miss E. Hubbard), 
13. 56 n. 

Greene, Mrs. Gardiner (Miss E. C. Cop- 
ley), 12. 326; 13. 56 n. 

Greene, Prof. George W., 8. 275, 450; 
10. 448 ; 12. 233 ; 18. 215, 217, 218 ; 20. 
189. Elected a Corresponding Member, 
6. 426. Note on Barbe-Marbois, 7. 262 n. 
Reads a paper on Gen. Greene in con- 
nection with the American army before 
Boston, 9. 82. Donations from, 9. 436; 
10. 154. Remarks by, 10. 113. Re- 
marks by the President, on announcing 
the death of, 20. 95, 96. 'L'Amerique 
delivree ' quoted, 7. 285 n. Gen. Greene 
quoted, 9. 82. His ' Historical Studies,' 
dedicated to Mr. George Sumner, 18. 
217. 'Reminiscences of Mr. Sumner 
by/ 18. 218-223. His death, 20. xx. 
* Life of General Nathanael Greene ' 
by, 12. 72 ; 20. 96. His ' Short History 



of Rhode Island/ 20. 96. His ' Historical 

Review of the American Revolution/ 

20. 96. 
Greene, Griffin, 17. 188n.-193. 
Greene, Henry, see Green. 
Greene, J. B., friend of N. Appleton, 5. 

292. 
Greene, John, 6. 61, 62. 
Greene, John, petition of, 2. 339, 339 n. 
Greene, John Rose, naturalized, 4. 360. 
Greene, Joseph, see Green. 
Greene, Katherine (Mrs. Amory), 12. 323; 

13. 419. 

Greene, Mary A., donation from, 8. 482. 
Greene, Mrs. Mary Anne Everett, 18. 253. 
Greene, Gen. Nathanael, d. 1786, 4. 287 ; 6. 
178; 10. 305; 11. 488; 12.122,199,200; 

14. 275, 283, 332, 334, 337; 15. 64, 71, 87, 
90, 91, 97, 99, 129, 130, 142, 145, 153-155, 
158, 159; 16. 336 n., 337, 388, 340 n. ; 
17. 80, 164, 189 n.; 18. 71, 73, 74; 
19. 68, 73. Letters from, 3. 99; 6. 
233, 234 ; 10. 209. Design for Dupre's 
medal of, exhibited, 9. 82. Medal voted 
to, 13. 291, 292. Letters from, to Gen. 
Washington, 6. 193, 222, 231. Letter 
from, to Gov. Rutledge, 6. 231, 232. 
Plans of arming the slaves, 6. 231-233. 
Letters from, to Gov. Greene of Rhode 
Island, 6. 260. His brigade, 7. 206. 
Present from South Carolina to, 7. 263. 
' Life of/ by Prof. G. W. Greene, 12. 
72. 

Greene, Nathaniel, 7. 212, 235, 252; 11. 

141. 
Greene, Nathaniel, 16. 394. 
Greene, Nathaniel, 1657, 3. 337. 
Greene, Rebecca, naturalized, 4. 360. 
Greene, Sally, 13. 56 n. 
Greene, Gov. William, d. 1758, letters to, 

from Quartermaster-General Greene, 

6. 260. 
Greene County, Penn., 17. 197 n. 
Greenfield, Mass., 3-270; 11. 313; 12. 

405,407,415; 16. 29. 
' Greenfield Gazette and Courier/ 1. 262n. 

Copy of, shown by the President, 6. 249. 
Greenhow, Robert, 12. 41 n. His ' History 

of Oregon and California ' cited, 1. 

25 n.; 7. 443; T2. 130. ' Northwest 

Coast of North America/ by, cited, 11. 

300. 
Greenland, 8. 177, 179, 181, 184, 190, 193. 

Early voyages of the Northmen to, 6. 

254. 
Greenland, N. H., 16. 8, 9; 17. 156; 20. 

25, 27, 336. 
Greenlaw, John, 11. 394, 395. 
Greenleaf, Capt. Abner, 12. 194. 
Greenleaf, Mrs., 7. 254. 
Greenleaf, Benjamin, 10. 99. 
Greenleaf, Daniel, 16. 389. 
Greenleaf, Daniel, donation from, 1. 48. 
Greenleaf, Rev. Daniel, H.C. 1699, d. 

1763, 8. 30 ; 10. 159. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Greenleaf, Edmund, 2. 563. 
Greenleaf, Enoch, 6. 349, 350. 
Greenleaf, Ezekiel Price, 10. 413. 
Greenleaf, John, 11. 140 ; 20. 11. 
Greenleaf, Mrs. John, portrait of, by 

Blackburn, 16. 389. 
Greenleaf, Hon. Jonathan, 2. 563. 
Greenleaf, Rev. Jonathan, D.D., 2. 563. 

His ' Ecclesiastical History of Maine ' 

cited, 14. 136 n. 
Greenleaf, Joseph, 7. 198. Donation from, 

1. 167. Purchases the * Royal Amer- 
ican Magazine/ 3. 143. 

Greenleaf, Capt. Moses, 2. 563, 564 ; 10. 
161. ' Memoir of/ 2. 138, 139 n. Papers 
of, 2. 229 n. Military papers of, do- 
nated to the Library, 2. 568. 

Greenleaf, Mrs. Moses (Miss L. Par- 
sons), 2. 563, 564. 

Greenleaf, Mrs. Moses (Miss H. King- 
man), 2. 567. 

Greenleaf, Oliver, 11. 140. 

Greenleaf, Richard C, 16. 389. 

Greenleaf, Robert, 11. 21. 

Greenleaf, Hon. Simon, LL.D., 10. 192, 
195 ; 12. 261 ; 14. 392 ; 16. 112 ; 19. 
347. His death, 1. xliii. Nominated a 
Resident Member, 2. 91. Elected, 2. 
94. Present at meetings of the So- 
ciety, 2. 99, 104, 109, 123, 126, 132, 171, 
178, 181, 186, 192, 237, 241, 287, 335, 
350, 372, 382, 430, 460, 470. Donations 
from, 2. 100, 102, 131, 257, 292, 334, 
336, 349, 375, 429, 430, 452, 455, 466, 
474. Donation of valuable papers to 
the Library, 2. 568. Communication 
from, 2. 138. To consider the use of 
the Library by non-members, 2. 185. 
Report of the committee on the use of 
the Library by persons not members, 

2. 188, 189, 189 n. Of committee to 
consider repairing the paintings be- 
longing to the Society, 2. 286. Report 
of the committee on repairing the por- 
traits, 2. 288, 288 n., 289 n. To co- 
operate with the New York Historical 
Society according to their request, 2. 
350. Death of, 2. 541, 559, 568. Me- 
moir of, 2. 541 «., 5613-568. The name 
a translation of the French Feuille- 
vert, 2. 563. Positions filled by, 2. 
564, 565. Degrees received by, 2. 
568. His volumes of Reports of the 
Supreme Court of Maine, 2. 564, 565. 
His * Collection of Cases/ &c, 2. 565. 
His 'Treatise on the Law of Evidence/ 
2. 566. His edition of 'Cruise's Digest 
of the Law of Real Property/ 2. 567. 
His ' Discourse at his Inauguration as 
Royali Professor/ 2. 567. His 'Exam- 
ination of the Testimony of the Four 
Evangelists/ &c, 2. 567. His ' Dis- 
course Commemorative of the Life and 
Character of the Hon. Joseph Story, 
LL.D./ 2. 567. 



Greenleaf (Greenlife), Capt. Stephen, 14. 

129. 
Greenleaf, Mrs. Stephen, portrait of, by 

Smibert, 16. 395. 
Greenleaf, Stephen, Sheriff of Suffolk, 8. 

349 ; 11. 395 ; 20. 12, 221. Portrait of, 

16. 395; 18. 379; 20. 12,221. 
Greenleaf, Stephen, Son of Liberty, 11. 

140. 

Greenleaf, Mrs. William, 16. 292. Por- 
trait of, by Blackburn, 4. 33, 41 ; 16. 389. 

Greenleaf, William, Sheriff of Worcester, 
4. 33 n., 38, 38 w., 41 ; 11. 140 ; 16. 280, 
286, 292, 294, 295, 298, 300-302, 305 ; 

17. 217, 218. Donation from, 1. 50. 
Portrait of, by Blackburn, 16. 389. 

Greenleaf's yard, Boston, 19. 105. 

Greenough, , 16. 107. 

Greenough, Capt, Boston, 19. 105. 

Greenough, David, 11. 308; 15. 180. 

Greenough, Horatio, sculptor, 10. 413; 11. 
98 ; 13. 424. 

Greenough, Mrs. Horatio (Miss E. I. 
Gore), 13. 424. 

Greenough, Mercy, needlework wrought 
by, in 1681, exhibited, 9. 468. 

Greenough, Richard S., 4. 167 ; 13. 78 ; 17. 
35. Requests the loan of the Franklin 
garments, 2. 601. The Franklin gar- 
ments loaned to, 2. 605. Returns the 
Franklin clothes, 2. 606. 

Greenough, Samuel, donation from, 1. 39. 

Greenough, Deacon Thomas, 18 349; 20.8. 

Greenough, William, 18. 363. 

Greenough, William W., A.B., 17. 67 ; 
19.357. Donation from, 2. 431. Elected 
a Resident Member, 17. 63. Accepts 
membership, 17. 78. Speaks of a por- 
trait of Franklin by Greuze, 20. 359, 
360. Memoir of George Ticknor by, 
20. 384-391. 

Greenville, Sir Richard, d. 1591, 10. 383; 
19. 76 ; 20. 42, 58, 59. 

Greenwich, Conn., 10 396. 

Greenwich, Mass., 7. 194; 12. 405, 407, 
415. 

Greenwich Hospital, 3. 92. 

Greenwood, Capt., 11. 140. 

Greenwood, Mr., Boston, 19 105. 

Greenwood, Rev. Francis W. P., D.D., 

1. 280n., 396, 427, 451, 456, 490; 10. 
238; 20. 241. His death, 1. xliii; 2. 
258 n., 272. Nominated a Resident 
Member, 1. 378. Elected, 1. 381; 2. 

274. Chosen Recording Secretary pro 
tempore, 1. 409. Of committee to pre- 
pare diplomas, 1. 492. Requested to 
prepare a memoir of Dr. Freeman, 2. 
24. Present at meetings of the Society, 

2. 99, 183, 192. Donations from, 2. 112, 
113. To prepare a memoir of the Hon. 
William Sullivan, 2. 139, 139 n. To 
prepare a memoir of Hon John Lowell, 
2. 146, 147, 147 n. Memoir of, 2. 272- 

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degree, 2. 274. Member of several so- 
cieties, 2. 274. His ' Chapel Liturgy/ 
2. 274. The « Character of the Puri- 
tans/ 2. 274. Prepares a collection of 
hymns, 2. 274. His ' History of King's 
Chapel/ 2. 274. His ' Lives of the 
Apostles/ 2. 274. His * Sermons of 
Consolation/ 2. 274. His ' Sermons to 
Children/ 2. 274. His contributions to 
journals, 2. 274. Quoted, 10. 241. His 
' History of King's Chapel ' cited, 14. 
100; 15. 174, 175; 18. 69,425. 

Greenwood, Isaac, 8. 28. 

Greenwood, John, artist, 9. 199, 210; 12. 
324. 

Greenwood, Dr. John, donation from, 1. 
487. 

Greenwood, Rev. John, 17. 340. 

Greenwood, Rev. John, Rehoboth, d. 1766, 
action of the Massachusetts Legislature 
respecting a sermon of, 11. 395, 396. 

Greenwood, John J., New York, 4. 430. 

Greenwood, Mrs. Mary (Langdon), 2. 272. 

Greenwood, Nathaniel, 11. 393, 395. 

Greenwood, Samuel, 11. 395. A refugee 
from Boston in 1776, 18. 267. 

Greenwood, Rev. T. J., donation from, 12. 
82. 

Greenwood, Thomas, 1679, 13. 112. 

Greenwood, Thomas, 1758, 17. 159. 

Greenwood, Rev. Thomas, d. 1720, 8. 29. 

Greenwood, Dr. William Pitt, 2. 272. 

Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, 17. 434. 

Gregoire, Bartholomy de, naturalized, 4. 
361. 

Gregoire, Henri, letter from Jefferson, 
6. 102. 

Gregoire, Maria de, naturalized, 4. 360. 

Gregoire, Maria Theresa, 4. 361, 361 n. 
Naturalized, 4. 361. 

Gregoire, Nicholas de, naturalized, 4. 361. 

Gregoire, Pierre de, naturalized, 4. 361. 

Gregorian Calendar, 1. 45 n. 

Gregorius, Nazianzenus, St., his ' Opera/ 
18. 427. 

Gregory II., Pope, 11. 414. 

Gregory VII., Pope (Hildebrand), 11. 413, 
414, 424. 

Gregory, John, Boston, naturalized, 4. 361. 

Gregory, Dr. Olinthus, editor of the ' La- 
dies' Diary/ 7. 126. 

Gregorj-, Samuel, M.D., donations from, 
10. 409; 11. 500. 

Greig, Hon. John, 13. 66. Portrait of, 13. 
67. 

Greinslitt, Thomas, 5. 36, 37. 

Greive (Grieve), George, 6. 427. The au- 
thor of English translation of Chastel- 
lux's ' Voyages dans TAmerique/ 6. 
251,252; 11. "5-9. 

Greive, David Richard, 11. 8. 

Greive, Richard, 11. 8. 

Grellier, Mrs. Richard, 14. 219. 

Grenville, George, Baron Nugent, see 
Nugent. 



Grenville, Hon. George, 3. 106 ; 16. 46- 

48, 101. 
Grenville, Richard, see Greenville. 
Grenville, Richard, Earl Temple, see 

Temple. 
Grenville, Richard Plantagenet, 2c? Duke 

of Buckingham and Chandos, see Buck- 
ingham and Chandos. 
Grenville, Sir Thomas, 10. 436, 439 ; 20. 

58. His fine library, 3. 106, 107, 388 ; 

4. 202 ; 10. 439. His library given to 

the British Museum, 3. 107. 
Grenville, William Wyndham, Lord, 4. 

375, 380; 19. 374. 
Grenville Library, 20. 58, 60. 
* Grenville Papers ' cited, 16. 46, 47. 
Grenville Place, 6. 29. 
Gresham College, 16. 221 n. 
Greuze, Jean Baptiste, 14. 161. Portraits 

of Franklin by, 20. 264, 359, 360, 360 w. 
Greville, Robert, Lord Brooke, see Brooke. 
Grew, John, 11. 307. 
Grey, Anthony, see Kent, Anthony Grey, 

Earl of. 
Grey, Edward, 13 411. 
Grey, Rt. Hon. Sir George, resolutions 

concerning historical documents com- 
municated to, 3. 205. 
Grey, Capt. Jeffrey, 3. 37. 
Grey, Lieut. Mathew, 15. 82. 
Grey, Mrs Mary (Winslow), 13. 411. 
Grey of Wilton, Arthur, Lord, 19. 81. 
Greyhound, ship, 5. 346. 
Gridley, Capt., 4. 298; 15. 117. 
Gridley, Col., donation from, 1. 74. 
Gridley, Mrs., 7. 193, 211, 224, 228, 247. 
Gridley, Miss Becky, 7. 189, 190, 193, 226, 

228, 250. 
Gridley, Benjamin, 7. 205; 8. 332; 11. 

393, 394 ; 19. 148, 151. A refugee from 

Boston in 1776, 18. 267. 
Gridley, Jeremiah, 10. 159; 11. 140: 20. 

47 n., 160. 
Gridley (Gridlie), Joseph, 12. 107. 
Gridley, Polly, 7. 189, 190. 
Gridley, Gen. Richard, 4. 67 ; 7. 187, 188, 

193, 199, 203, 215,217, 224, 231, 256; 

13. 252 ; 14. 58, 63, 68, 69, 78, 79 ; 15. 

70, 117, 119-121, 124, 125, 130, 133, 151; 

16, 290, 341, 314; 17. 164. Wounded, 

7. 191. Family of, 7. 195. 
Gridley, Samuel, donation from, 1. 123. 
Gridley, Major Scarborough, 7. 228, 247 ; 

15. 151. Sentenced by court-martial, 

15. 158. 
Gridley, William, 17. 184, 184 n., 192, 

194. 
Gridley Street, 6. 29. 
Grieve, see Greive. 
Grievous, Peter, pseudon., 'A Pretty 

Story/ 1. 89. 
Griffen, William, Va, 11. 140. 

Griffin, , 8. 385, 387, 389, 399. 

Griffin, , 17. 287. 

Griffin, Capt, 15. 116. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Griffin, Mr., Hambrough, u. 132. 

Griffin, Edmund, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 267. 

Griffin, Edward, donation from, 2. 569. 

Griffin, Rev. Edward IX, D.D., i. 177. 

Griffin, Frederic, nominated a Cor- 
responding Member, 2. 580. Elected, 
2. 582. Accepts membership, 2. 584. 

Griffin, llichard, Zd Baron Brajbrooke, see 
Braybrooke. 

Griffith, Major, 17. 212. 

Griffith, Airs., & refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 267. 

Griffith, George, 14. 376 n. 

Griffith, William, 18. 83, 94. 

Griffiths, John, 11. 140. 

Griggs, [William'?], 12. 365. 

Grigs, Mr., 16. 216. 

Grigsby, Hon. Hugh Blair, LL.D., 10. 
144,207; 13-232,254,329; 14. 156; 15. 
4, 231 rc.,237 ; 17. 80, 231, 326; 16. 380 ; 
18. 247, 366; 19. 285. Donations from, 3. 
204; 5. 105, 159, 172 ; 10. 2i, 117, 342 ; 

11. 44, 228, 386, 500. Elected a Cor- 
responding Member, 5. 147. Accepts 
membership, 5. 159. Letter from, to 
Hon. Robert C. Winthrop, 9. 191. Ex- 
tract from a letter of, 10. 397. Letter 
from, on ' Newport's News/ 10. 23-32. 
Visit from, 10. 37. Letters from, 11. 
105, 485. Letter from Hon. Horace 
Binney to, 11. 224. Communication 
respecting the Colonial Seal of Vir- 
ginia, 11. 387. Letter of, to Charles 
Deane, on the care and preservation of 
books, 12. 161-168. Vote of the So- 
ciety in relation to, 12 168. Letter of, 
on Sir Walter Scott, 12. 231, 232. Ex- 
tract from a letter of, on Berkeley's 
' Guadentio di Lucca/ 12. 391, 392. 
Letter from, to Mr. Winthrop, 13. 23- 
25. Letter from, to Mr. Deane, 13. 
71-76. Transferred to the class of 
Honorary Members, 13. 425. Letter 
from, on the death of Horace Binney, 
14. 104-107. Letter from, on the death 
of Edmund Quincy, 15. 302. Extracts 
from letters of, to the President, 17. 
47, 119, 120. His death, 18. xx. Ex- 
tract from a letter of, referring to 
the deatli of Mr. Frothingham, 18 4. 
Death of, 18. 417, 422. Tribute to, 
from the President, 18. 418-421. Re- 
solution of the Society, 18. 422. His 
' Virginia Convention of 1776 ' cited, 

12. 158 n. 

Grimeston, Edward, 11. 425 n. 

Grinnell, Hon. Joseph, 15. 368. An aged 

ex-member of Congress, 18. 247. 
Grison, Edmund, a refugee in 1776, 18. 

267. 
Griswold, Bishop, Alexander V., 7. 107. 

Death of, 7. 113 ; 12. 80. Portrait of, 

presented, 11. 388. 
Griswold, Matthew, 1665, 7. 346. 



Griswold, Lt.-Gov. Matthew, 4. 82. Of 
committee appointed to consider the 
subject of slavery in Connecticut, 6. 
196. 

Griswold, Rev. Stanley, 12. 157. His 
Eulogy on Washington, 1. 146. 

Groen van Prinstere.-, 16. 471. His crit- 
icisms on Motley's ' Histories/ 16. 451, 
452, 457. His criticisms on Motley's 
' Life of Barneveld,' 16. 457-468. 

Groningen University, 16. 473. 

Gronovius, Johann F., 18. 403. 

Groom, Thomas, donations from, 7. 24 ; 
13. 65. Vote of thanks, 6. 404. Dona- 
tion of a Stamp issued under the Stamp 
Act, 6. 404. 

Grose, Francis, his ' Classical Dictionary 
of the Vulgar Tongue' cited, 17. 198 n. 

Gross, , innkeeper, 17. 203. 

Grosseteste (Grosthead), Robert, Bishop 
of Lincoln, 11. 421 n. 

Grosvenor, Lad//, 19. 218. 

Grosvenor, Rev. Ebenezer, 19. 377. 

Grosvenor, L., donation from, 3. 49. 

Grosvenor, Lemuel P. (Munroe 8f Grosve- 
nor), 11. 308. 

Grosvenor, Hon. Thomas P., 19 24. 

Grosvenor, William, 8. 29. 

Grote, George, D.C.L., 14. 195. Elected 
an Honorary Member, 7. 103. Accepts 
membership, 7. 140. His death, 12. 
xviii. Death of, announced, 12. 126. 

Grotius, Hugo, 3. 387 ; 10. 352; 15. 296 ; 
16. 459, 463, 471 ; 18. 141 n. Compared 
with Edward P:verett, 11. 107-108. His 
' De Veritate Christiana? Religionis/ 18. 
427. His ' De Origine Gentium Amer- 
icanarum/ 1. 201. 

Groton, Conn., 8. 222 ; 10. 305 ; 17. 337. 

Groton, Eng., 4. 148; 10. 329; 18. 289, 
291, 300 ; "20. 98. Visited by Dr. Ruf us 
Ellis, 18. 248, 249. 

Groton, Mass., 3. 70; 5. 249; 6. 179; 11. 
152 ; 12. 276, 394, 395 ; 16 4 ; 19. 59, 
165 ; 20. 35. Aids Boston, 4. 220. Do- 
nations from the town of, 10. 144, 311 ; 
11. 498. Origin of the name of, 12. 397. 

Grove, Mary, 20. 64, 67-69, 73, 76-79, 86, 
87. 

Groward, John, 4. 353. 

Grozart, John, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 267. 

Grunthler, Prof. Andre, 15. 243, 245. 

Grynaeus, Simon, his ' Novus Orbis Re- 
gionum/ 1. 138. 

Guadaloupe, capture of, 1703, 9. 491. 
' Importance of Canada and/ 1. 20. 

Guager, Jeremiah, 15. 76, 91, 94. 

Gualter, or Gwalther, Rodolph, 11. 431 n. 

Guanahani, Island of, 2. 118 n. 

Guarini, Giovanni Battista, 3 384. 

Guast, Pierre de, Sieur de Monts, see 
Monts. 

Guatemala, 2. 14 n. 

Guercino, Giovanni Francesco, 3. 37ft 



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Guerriere, ship, service rendered by black 
soldiers, 6. 239. 

Guess, George, Cherokee Indian, 12. 30 n. 

Guiana, model of an Indian house in, 1. 
91. 

Guicciardini, Count, descendant of the his- 
torian, 4. 201. 

Guicciardini, Francesco, d. 1540, 11. 425 n. 
Cited, 11. 425, 426. 

Guiche, Comte de, 11. 133. 

Guichen, Luc Urbain du Bouexic, Comte 
de, 10. 489. 

' Guide to Northern Archaeology/ 2. 418. 

Guido, Duke of Tuscany, 11. 425. 

Guido, Ileni, 16. 425. 

Guild, the Misses , gift from, 17. 63. 

Vote of thanks to, 17. 63. 

Guild, Benjamin, 1. 461 n. Donations 
from, 1. 33; 2. 176, 524; 4. 133. 

Guild, Mrs. Benjamin, donation from, 4. 
247. 

Guild, Curtis, 19. 379. 

Guild, Rev. Edward C, donations from, 5. 
145, 159, 193. Gift from, 17. 2. Vote 
of thanks to, 17. 2. 

Guild, Henry, donations from, 5. 1. Vote 
of thanks to, 5. 2. 

Guild, James, 19. 357. 

Guild, Lieut. Jonathan, 15. 76, 76 n. 

Guild, Capt. Joseph, 4. 297 ; 15. 84. 

Guild, Reuben A., LL.D., 19. 327. Do- 
nations from, 4. 391; 7. 100; 8.254; 10. 
86. 

Guild, Samuel, 20. 323. 

Guildford Court-house, battle of, 18 71- 
74. 

Guilford, Francis North, Lord, 4. 160; 11. 
187 n.; 13. 106; 18. 257, 257 n. His 
death, 18. 257. 

Guilford, Frederic, Lord North, see North. 

Guilford, Conn., 20. 25, 27. 

Guillot, Paul, 18. 19 n. 

Guinnett, Button, 15. 393. 

Guise, Cardinal Charles, 16. 433. 

Guizot, Francois Pierre G., LL.D., 4. 
429; 10. 270-273; 12. 104, 442; 13. 
380, 396; 14. 25, 155; 15. 284, 316; 16. 
427, 433, 461 ; 17. 37 ; 18. 326; 19. 341. 
Elected an Honorary Member of the 
Society, 3 203. Donations from, 3. 
251, 259. The thanks of the Society 
to be presented to, 3. 259. Gift of 
works, 4. 14. His letter to Mr. Glad- 
stone, 12. 69. His death, 13. xviii. Re- 
port of his death, 13. 324. Death of, 
announced, 13. 345. Reference to his 
death in Mr Winthrop's letter, 13. 
349, 350. Sale of his library, 14. 155. 
Catalogue of his library presented by 
the President, 14. 157. 

Guletia, Jacob, 14. 142. 

Gulf Stream, 3 153. 

Gull, Sir William, 16. 469. 

Gullager, Christian, 1. xxxiv ; 4. 244. 
Portrait of Washington, 3. iv, 309, 310. 



Gullison (Gunnison), Elihu, 14. 146. 

Gullison, Joseph, 14. 146. 

Gunnison, Joseph, 20. 325. 

Gunpowder, 3. 232, 233. Mr. Smith's 
paper on the manufacture of, in Amer- 
ica, 14. 248-256. 

Guns, trade in, 3. 183. 

Gurdon, Mrs., 18. 30J. 

Gurdon, Edward, 18. 300, 

Gurdon, Robert, 18. 300. 

Gurley, John Ward, 19. 169, 173, 176. 

Guriey, R. R., 10. 424. 

Gurney, Rev. David, his Ordination Ser- 
mon, 1. 55. 

Gurney, Lieut. Zechariah, 15. 76. 

Gustavus I. of Sweden, 16. 206. 

Gustavus Adolphus II. 14. 181 ; 20. 358. 

Gutenberg, Johann, 10. 455, 456. 

Guthrie, James, LL.D., 4. 92. 

Gutman, A. Anthony, 8. 280. 

Guttenberg, Charles G., 13. 214. 

Guy, Edwin, 14. 376 n. 

Guyer, , 17. 212. 

Gwatkin, Rev. Thomas, 15. 231 n , 232. 
233, 238 n. 

Gwin, Capt., Newbury, 11. 141. 

Gwin's Island, Va., Lord Dunmore driven 
from, 7. 261. 

Gwin's Island Harbor, 6. 192. 

Gyles, John, his ' Captivity/ 1. 19. 



H. 

H., H. H.,2. 603 n. 

H., I., verses addressed to Dr. Sloane by, 
13.47-49. 

H., J. S., donation from, 1. QQ. 

H., R., 3. 11, 12. 

H., T\, 18. 435. 

Haak, Theodore, 16. 207. Letters from, 
to Gov. Winthrop of Connecticut, 16. 
230, 231, 247, 248. 

' Haarlem Courant/ presented to the So- 
ciety, 3. 332, 333. 

Hackensack, N. Y., 19. 258. 

Hacker, , 7. 229. 

Hacker, Brown, & Co., Messrs., 18. 303. 

Hackett, Frank W., gift from, 17. 165. 

Hackett, Hon. William H. Y., 7. 38 n. ; 
17. 165. 

Hackshaw, Robert, 6. 409. 

Haddam, Conn., 10. 407. 

Hadden, George, 8. 11, 20, 25. 

Haden, Capt. Josiah, 15. 76. 

Hadley Church, 17. 146 n. Letter from, 
to Rev. John Eliot, 17. 146-148. 

Hadley, Mass., 3. 60, 61 ; 6. 341 ; 12. 394, 
395; 17. 56, 56n., 146;*., 148n. ; 18. 184n., 
186-188 ; 19 173, 397. Judd's < History 
of,' 5. 43. Origin of the name of, 12. 
397. 

Hadley's Quadrant, see Gilbert, John. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Hagar, a maidservant, 16. 404. 

Hagar, Albert D., Esq., donation from, 9. 
436. 

Hagen, Hermann, 18. 403. 

Hagen, Hermann August, Ph.D., 19. 
319. 

Haggard, John, LL.D., 14. 393. 

Haggat, Mary, 13. 41*2, 413. 

Haggat, Nathaniel, 13. 412, 413. 

Haggat, Othaniel, 13. 41*2, 413. 

Haggat, Othaniel, Jr., 13-412, 413. 

Haggat, William, 13. 412, 413. 

Haggett, William, Portland, 4 360. 

Haggot, William, 15. 255. 

Hague, William, donation from, 2. 307. 

Hagur, William, 17. 157. 

Hahaton, William, Indian, 17. 52, 54. 

Haies, Capt. Edward, extracts from his 
account of Sir H. Gilbert's voyages, 19. 
79, 82, 83. His account cited, 19. 79 n., 
83 n. 

Haines, , 18. 86. 

Haines, Matthias, 16. 264. 

Haines, 11., donation from, 5. 210. 

Haines, Samuel, Sen., 16. 264. 

Haines, Samuel, Jr., 16. 264. 

Hair wood, Capt. Peter, 15. 82. 

Hakluyt, Richard, 8. 92; 12. 441; 16. 
163, 380, 383; 17. 15, 358, 358 n. ; 18. 
99 w., Ill ; 19. 76, 328 ; 20. 275. ' Dis- 
course concerning Western Planting' 
presented, 15. 306. His ' Voyages,' 1. 
130. Cited, 10. 383 n., 393; 15 385, 
385 n. His ' Principall Navigations ' 
cited, 18. 91 n. ; 19. 76 n., 77 n., 79 n. 

Hakluyt Society, 2. 180 n. ; 13. 352 : 14. 
2n. ; 18. 82, 111; 19. 4; 20. 185. Do- 
nation from, 14. 52. Vote of thanks 
to, 14. 53. 

Haldimand (Haldiman), Gen. Sir Fred- 
erick, 8. 398. 

Hale, , 17. 264. 

Hale, Alexander, 18. 279. 

Hale, Hon. Artemas, 19. 382. An aged 
ex-member of Congress, 18. 246, 247. 

Hale, Hon. Charles, 18. 279. Donations 
from, 3. 88 ; 4. 330. 

Hale, Rev. Edward E„ /).£>., 8. 456,458, 
485; 10. 22, 149, 175, 412, 413, 467,486; 
12. 4 ; 15. 278 ; 17. 52 ; 18. 279, 404 ; 
19. 243 n., 445. Elected a Resident 
Member, 5. 107. Proposed appoint- 
ment on a Publishing Committee, 5. 
152. Of Publishing Committee, 5. 154. 
Donations from, 5. 159 ; 6. 23; 8. 201, 
442; 10. 21, 311; 11. 501. Procures 
letters of Phillis Wheatley, 7. 267 n. 
Of Standing Committee, 7. 363. De- 
clines serving on the Standing Com- 
mittee, 7. 368. His remarks on the 
introduction of tobacco into England, 
9. 13. Exhibits Duchesne's models of 
buildings in Boston, 9. 68. Remarks 
on the establishment of the Peabody 
Museum of American Archaeology, 



etc., 9. 360. Desires to be excused 
from editing the ' Washington Papers,' 
10. 22. Motion of, 10. 175. Remarks 
of, 10. 413. Report of committee on 
memorials of Boston, 10. 487. Granted 
leave to copy letters from the Heath 
Collection, 12. 181. Calls attention to 
an original broadside of the Declara- 
tion of Independence, 16. 101. Re- 
marks by, on the death of Judge 
Thomas, 16. 310. Calls attention to 
the preliminary sheets of the Latin 
School Catalogue, 17. 51. Exhibits 
the original of the deed of Boston 
from Wampatuck and other Indians, 

17. 51. Reads a paper on the Hessian 
flags, 17. 57. Speaks of Prof. Diman, 

18. 331. Remarks by, on the death of 
Mr. Goddard, 19. 208-210. Reads ex- 
tracts from the Revolutionary diary of 
B. I. Holland, 19. 243. Gives an ac- 
count of a recent visit to Emmanuel 
College, 20. 21. Reads a passage from 
a letter of a Fellow of Emmanuel Col- 
lege, 20. 24. Communication from, 
relative to a catalogue of American 
papers in the Archives of France, 20. 
344. His paper on the Hessian flags, 
17. 57. ' Memoir of Hon. Lorenzo Sa- 
bine' by, 17. 371-382. His 'Memoir 
of Albert Gallatin ' cited, 17. 379 n. 

Hale, Eliphalet, and Nathan Appleton, 5. 
257. 

Hale, Rev. Enoch, 18. 185, 270. 

Hale, Hon. George S., 14. 385; 15. 324; 
17. 92. Elected a Resident Member, 
10. 2, 146. Appointed to prepare a 
memoir of Judge Metcalf, 14. 181. Re- 
marks by, on Mr. H. Hale's ' Hiawatha 
and the Iroquois Confederacv,' 19. 241, 
242. Gift from, 19. 243. ' Memoir of 
Judge Metcalf ' by, 14. 386-393. 

Hale, Horatio, requests the loan of Fe- 
bres's ' Grammar of the Chilian Lan- 
guage,' 2. 67, 68. Extract from a let- 
ter from, 19. 242, 243. His ' Hiawatha t 
and the Iroquois Confederacy,' 19. 211. 

Hale, John, 20. 23. 

Hale, Rev. John, H.C. 1657, 8. 12, 21, 26. 

Hale, Hon. John P., donation from, 6. 414. 

Hale, Josiah L., M.D., 16. 399. 

Hale, Lucretia Peabody, 18. 279. 

Hale, Sir Matthew, 13. 71; 20. 299 n., 
300 n. 

Hale, Rev. Moses, 8. 30. 

Hale, Capt. Nathan, 18. 271. ' Life of/ 
by J. W. Stuart, 3. 112. Executed as 
a spy, 18. 270. 

Hale, Hon. Nathan, LL.D., 1. 333, 335, 
347, 348, 350, 369, 371, 374, 378, 380, 
386, 387, 395-397 n., 424, 427, 436, 445, 
456, 460, 464, 468, 482, 494, 496; 8. 102; 
16. 377 ; 17. 402 ; 18.. 269, 418. His 
death, 1. xliii ; 6. ixn„ 417; 7. 11. 
Nominated a Resident Member, 1. 284. 



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Elected, i. 285. Of committee to ex- 
amine the Treasurer's accounts, i. 349, 
374, 375, 378, 380, 388, 398, 464, 466. 
Of committee to have newspapers and 
pamphlets bound, i. 352. Of commit- 
tee to collect books for the Societe de 
Geographic, i. 352. Elected a member 
of the Standing Committee, i. 372, 374, 
380, 387, 409, 418, 427, 445, 452, 467, 
489. Of committee to select maps to 
be bound, i. 375. Of committee to col- 
lect and count votes, i. 380. Of com- 
mittee on reprinting the Collections, i. 
409, 410. Of Publication Committee, 
i. 424, 480. Presents a copy of the 
Diplomatic Correspondence of the 
United States, I. 451. Communicates 
donation from John Grey, i. 463. 
Contributes to purchase the Society's 
building, I. 465 n. President pro tem- 
pore, i. 493. Excused from Publica- 
tion Committee, 2. 28. Present at 
meetings of the Society, 2. 192, 218. 
Signs a memorial remonstrating 
against a petition of the Historic, Gen- 
ealogical Society for a change of its 
corporate name, 3. 266-270. Maps 
published by, 6. 40, 421, 422. Of Stand- 
ing Committee, 6. 417. His death an- 
nounced, 6. 417. Remarks on his 
character and usefulness as a citizen, 
6. 417-425 ; 18. 275-278. Resolutions 
offered in memory of, 6. 419. Memoir 
of, to be prepared by Dr. Lothrop, 6. 
425. * Memoir of,' by Dr. Lothrop, 18. 
270-279. His birth and parentage, 18. 
270. Education, 18. 271. Connected 
with the * Boston Weekly Messenger,' 
18. 272. Editor of the ' Daily Adver- 
tiser,' 18. 272. His ability as a journal- 
ist, 18. 272, 273, 275. Other literary 
employment, 18. 274. Honors con- 
ferred on him, 18. 274. His instru- 
mentality in obtaining a supply of 
water for Boston, and in the building 
of railroads, 18. 275-277. President of 
the Boston and Worcester Railroad 
Company, 18. 276. Traits of charac- 
ter, 18. 278, 279. Mr. Everett's esti- 
mate of him, 18. 278. Illness and 
death, 18. 278. His marriage and 
children, 18. 279. His editorial labors, 
6. 419-421 ; 18. 272, 273. Obituary 
notice of, in the ' Advertiser ' cited, 6. 
424. 

Hale, Nathan, Jr , 18. 279. 

Hale, Mrs. Octavia, 18. 270. 

Hale, Robert, 8. 28. 

Hale, Samuel, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 267. 

Hale, Sarah Everett, 18. 279. 

Hale, Susan, 18. 279. 

Hale, William H., Archdeacon of London, 
his ' Series of Precedents/ etc., cited, 
11. 291. 



Hales, John G., survey of Boston made 
in 1811, 6. 35, 36. Maps of Boston 
drawn by, 6. 38, 40. 

Haley, Mr., 15. 329. Half -pay, papers 
relating to, 1. 12. 

Half Moon Island, Boston Harbor, 7. 476. 

Haliburton, Hon. Thomas C, D.C.L., 
vote of thanks to, for his ' History of 
Nova Scotia,' 1. 423. Nominated a 
Corresponding Member, 1. 424. Elect- 
ed, 1. 424. Death of, 8. xvi, 459. His 
' History of Nova Scotia/ 1. 423 ; 20. 
183. 

Haliburton, William, his invention to 
keep a ship at sea in safety, 1. 111. 

Halifax, Charles Montagu, Earl of, 12. 
402 n., 413. 

Halifax, George Montagu, 1st Earl of, 12. 
413. 

Halifax, George Montagu, 3c? Earl of, 11. 
232. 

Halifax, George Montague-Dunk, 2c? Earl 
of, 12. 415. 

Halifax, George Saville, Marquis of, 12. 
422 ; 13. 106. 

Halifax, Richarda-Porthuma Saltonstall, 
Ladij, 12. 413. 

Halifax, Mass., 3. Ill ; 12. 404, 406, 413. 

Halifax, AW Scotia, 3 19 ; 4. 39; 6. 250 ; 
7. 218, 223, 244, 253, 256, 257, 260, 261 ; 
8 337, 358, 369, 406, 407 ; 10. 164, 183 ; 
16. 78 w... 80; 17. 291-293; 18. 265, 266; 
19. 147 n., 379 ; 20, 29, 29 n , 231. For- 
tified in 1780, 5. 353. Tories in, 7. 254. 
Its condition in 1776, 18. 268. 

* Halifax Gazette/ 1. 441. 

Hall, , 5. 353. 

Hall, , 16. 107. 

Hall, , 17. 206. 

Hall, ,20. 293 n. 

Hall, Col, 3. 271. 

Hall, Col, 18. 75. 

Hall, Major, 15. 160. 

Hall, Aaron, 18. 188. 

Hall, Abigail (Mrs. Downs), 14. 151. 

Hall, Andrew, Medford, 12. 62. 

Hall, Apphia {Mrs. Judd), 18. 188. 

Hall, Arethusa, 18. 184 n. 

Hall, Capt, Basil, 5 296 ; 12. 148. 

Hall, Benjamin, portrait of, by Black- 
burn, 16. 389. 

Hall, Mrs. Benjamin, portrait of, bv 
Blackburn, 16. 389. 

Hall, Benjamin H., 8. 69. Donation 
from, 7. 100. His ' College Words and 
Customs ' cited, 19. 419 n. 

Hall, David, deposits the Diary of the 
Rev. David Flail with the Society on 
certain conditions, 2. 558. 

Hall, David, printer, letter of Benjamin 
Franklin to, 12. 49. 

Hail, Rev. David, 17. 294, 295, 295 n., 296. 
Manuscript volumes of, 2. 550. Diary 
of, deposited with the Society, 2. 558 ; 
10. 133. Vote of the Society to trans- 



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fer the Diary to the American Anti- 
quarian Society, 15 181. Remarks by 
Mr. Deane concerning the Diary of, 
17. 294, 295. Letter from Mr. S. F. 
Haven in regard to the Diary of, 17. 
296. 

Hall, Dr. David E., 17. 295, 295 n. 

Hall, Dudley, donation from, 11. 251. 

Hall, Mrs. Easter (Beard), 14. 152. 

Hall, Ebenezer, 1. 443 ; 7. 237; 14. 79. 

Hall, Ebenezer, Med ford, 8. 234. 

Hall, Edward, 14. 143, 145. 

Hall, Rev. Edward B., 8. 252. Donation 
from, 2. 59. 

Hall, Elizabeth (Mrs. Carle), 14. 152. 

Hall, Elizabeth {Mrs. Packer), 14. 150. 

Hall, Mrs. Elizabeth (Smith), 14. 123 n. 

Hall, Dr. George Holmes, examined for 
a degree of M.D., 7. 183, 184. 

Hall, Hatevil, marriage of, 14. 152. 

Hall, Ron. Hiland, LL.D., 4. 99 ; 15. 228. 
Letter from, 15. 230. Letter from, on 
the battle of Bennington, read by the 
President, 15. 255. 

Hall, Hugh, 12. 322. 

Hall, Capt. Isaac, 15. 80. 

Hall, J. Prescott, donation from, 2. 475. 

Hall, James, 11. 394, 395. 

Hall, Capt. James, 4.217-219; 8. 324; 
13. 167, 171 ; 15. 11, 339, 345, 346, 348, 
352 ; 20. 10, 12, 13. A watch appointed 
for the security of his vessel, 20. 11. 

Hall, Prof. James, 14. 12. On glacier 
marks, 5. 296. 

Hall, Deacon John, 14. 131 n., 144 n. 

Hall, John, Jr., 16. 265. Marriage of, 14. 
152 

Hall, John, Sen , 16. 265. Death of, 14. 
131. 

Hall, Sergeant John, 14. 123 n. 

Hall, Bishop Joseph, 14. 22. 

Hall, Hon. Joseph, Boston, 11. 141; 13. 
420 n. ; 14 110; 19. 146, 155, 159, 162- 
165, 177, 178. Donation from, 1. 75. 

Hall, Joseph, Dover, 16. 265. Marriage 
of, 14. 152. 

Hall, Joseph, Exeter, 14. 143. 

Hall, Joseph, Greenland, death of, 14. 
123. 

Hall, Joseph, Newmarket, N. H., 19. 127. 

Hall, Kinsman, 16. 265. 

Hall, Luke, a refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 267. 

Hall, Gov. Lyman, 15. 393. 

Hall, Mary (alias Burroughs), 20. 319. 

Hall, Mary (Mrs. Langdon), 14 123 n. 

Hall, Mrs. Mercy (Cromwell), 14. 152. 

Hall, Nathan K., 4. 93; 13. 259. 

Hall, Deacon Nathaniel, donation from, 1. 
75. 

Hall, Lieut. Noah, 15. 77. 

Hall, Oliver, donation from, 2. 469. 

Hall, Ralph, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Hall, Ralph, Exeter, 14. 123 n.; 16. 265, 
266, 272. 



Hall, Ralph, Sen , death of, 14. 144. 

Hall, Richard, 17. 144, 144 n. 

Hall, Rev. Robert, 12. 166. Quoted, 10. 
111. His * Works' cited, 18. 145 n. 

Hall, Samuel, 13. 328. 

Hall, Samuel, 1. 13, 100, 103 n., 158, 159, 
443; 14. 79. Contract made with, to 
print the Collections, 1. xxvii, 80, 83, 97. 
His career, 1. xxixn. Donations from, 
1. 87, 98. See also Hall & Hiller. 

Hall, Samuel and Ebenezer, Messrs., 1. 
443 ; 14. 79. 

Hall, Sarah (Mrs. Downs), 14. 152. 

Hall, Sarah S., 17. 295 n. 

Hall, Capt. Stephen, d. 1774, 15. 336. 

Hall, Stephen, tutor, d. 1795, 15. 132; 20. 
13. 

Hall, Thomas, 1. xxix, 43, 45 n., 48. Pub- 
lisher of the 'Apollo/ 1. xxi-xxvii. 
Donations from, 1. 83, 88. See also 
Belknap & Hall. 

Hall, Rev. Thomas, nominated a Corre- 
sponding Member, 1. 136. Elected, 1. 
140. Donations from, I..136, 152, 155, 
265. Memorandum concerning a dona- 
tion from, 1. 152 n. Letter received 
from, 1. 257. Vote of thanks to, 1. 
265. 

Hall, Hon. Willard, 13. 62 ; 19. 27. 

Hall, Hon. Willis, 2. 256 n. 

Hall & Hiller, Messrs., agreement with, 
to reprint early volumes of the Collec- 
tions, 1. 158, 159. Agreement ratified, 

1. 160. 

Hall family, 14. 38. 

Hallam, Arthur, his death, 4. 211. 

Hallam, Henry, D.C.L., 4. 240, 429 ; 8. 
102 ; 15. 290 ; 20. 98, 173, 243. Nomi- 
nated a Corresponding Member, 2. 553. 
Elected, 2. 569. Accepts membership, 

2. 584. His death, 4. 207; 5. 19. E: 
Everett on, 4. 208-213. Resolutions 
on, 4. 213. Letter from, to E: Everett, 
4 212,213. Copy of inscription to, 20. 
99. His ' Introduction to the Litera- 
ture of Europe ' cited, 20. 244. 

Hallam, Henry, Jr. , son of the preceding, 

his death, 4. 211, 212. 
Hallam, Nicholas, 11. 200. 
Hallam, Robert, 13. 340. 
Hallamshire, 5. 321. 
Halleck, Fitz-Greene, 4. 411 ; 14. 300; 15. 

395 ; 17. 133. 
Haller, Albert von, 17. 44. 
Hallett, Ann (Mrs. Delafield), 13. 421. 
Hallett, Catherine (Mrs. Payne), 13. 421. 
Hallett, Elizabeth (Mrs. Gault), 13. 421. 
Hallett, Mrs. Elizabeth (Hazard), 13. 421. 
Hallett, George, contributes to purchase 

the Society's building, 1. 465 n. 
Hallett. Joseph, 13. 421. 
Hallett, Lydia (Mis. Horlitz), 13. 421. 
Hallett, Maria (Mrs. Tallmadge), 13. 421. 
Hallett, Sarah, 13. 421. 
Halliday, , donation from, 8. 431. 



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Haiti well, James 0., F.R.S., donation 
from, 3. 97. His edition of Shakspeare, 
10. 456. His ' Dictionary of Archaic 
and Provincial Words ' cited, 16. 262. 

Hallo well, Benjamin, 20. 16, 215. His 
papers destroyed, 1765, 4. 47 n. A refu- 
gee from Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 

Hallo well, Martha, 20. 215. 

Hallowell, Rebecca, 20. 215. A refugee 
from Boston in 1776, 18. 267. 

Hallowell, Robert, 7. 205 ; 8. 320 ; 15. 
339. Mobbed, 8. 352. A refugee from 
Boston in 1776, 18. 266. 

Hallowell, Me., 12. 406, 408, 419 ; 13. 26 ; 
16. 130; 17. 436,438. 

Halpin, Frederick, 19. 320, 320 n. 

Halsey, James, 1. 50. 

Halsey, Rev. Joseph, 2. 448 n. ; 17. 255, 
261. 

Halsey, Rev. Luther, D.D., nominated 
a Corresponding Member, 2. 48. Ac- 
tion on his nomination postponed, 2. 
62, 64, 67. Elected, 2. 78. His death, 
ig. xx. Death of, announced by Mr. 
Dexter, ig. 359, 3(30. 

Haly, Sergeant Thomas, 14. 129. 

Ham, John, 16. 265. 

Ham, Joseph, 14. 138 n. 

Ham, Mrs. Joseph (Thamsina Meserve), 
14. 138 n. 

Ham, Mrs. Mary (Heard), death of, 14. 144. 

Ham, William, 16. 264. 

Hambleton, , merchant, 12. 116. 

Hambleton, Lieut. David, 15. 78. 

Hamden, John, London, 18. 438, 440. 

Hamer, Hon. Thomas L., 13. 104. 

Hamilton, , 17. 204, 204 n. 

Hamilton, Lieut., 16. 71. 

Hamilton, Mr., son of Paul Hamilton, 5. 
261. 

Hamilton, Rev. Dr., ig. 223. 

Hamilton, Hon. Alexander, LL.D., 1. 299 
2. 400 ; 3. 387 ; 4. 90. 287 ; 6. 92, 96. 
271, 275; 7. 331; g. 194; 10. 439; 12! 
81; 14. 105, 331 n., 338; 15. 73; ig. 
240; 20. 345. Letter from, to Presi- 
dent Willard, 2. 490. Signs memorial 
in regard to discontinuance of slavery, 
6. 132. Member of the Manumission 
Society, 6. 181. Letter from, to Mr. 
Jay, 6. 214-216. Letter to, from Col. 
J: Laurens, 6. 218, 219. Death of, 6. 

280, 281. And D. A. White, 6. 280, 

281, 308. Sketch of, in Dr. Park's Rep- 
ertory, 6. 281. Counsel for the Castor- 
land immigrants, 7. 335. His ' Letter 
from Phocion to the Citizens of New 
York/ 1. 20, 138. His < Works ' cited, 
6. 219. 

Hamilton, Col. Andrew, 18. 424. 
Hamilton, Charles Douglas, 1st Earl of 

Selkirk, see Selkirk. 
Hamilton, David, killed by Indians, 14. 

127. 
Hamilton, Lieut. David, 15. 79, 91. 



Hamilton, George, 15. 158. 

Hamilton, George A., donation from, 11. 
500. 

Hamilton, Gustavus, 12. 117. 

Hamilton, J., 15. 3^3. 

Hamilton, J., Jr., 15. 393. 

Hamilton, James, 1st Duke of 4. 274 ; 6. 
59rc. ; 11. 481. 

Hamilton, Gen. James, ig. 50. 

Hamilton, James Douglas, 6th Duke of 
12. 414. 

Hamilton, John C, cited, 4. 151. 

Hamilton, Nicolas E. S. A., ig. 114, 115. 

Hamilton, Paul, U.S.N., 5. 261. 

Hamilton, Capt. Robert, 8. 387, 389, 399, 
401, 402, 405. 

Hamilton, William, 13. 272; 14. 321 ; 15. 
269. 

Hamilton, Sir William, vases belonging 
to, 1. 147. 

Hamilton, Mass., 2. 6 ; 16. 11. 

Hamilton, N.Y., 18. 181. 

Hamilton College, 7. 149; 19. 394. 

Hamilton Manufacturing Company, 18. 
167. Shares in, owned by the Massa- 
chusetts Historical Society, 2. 597 ; 3. 
5 ; 6. 10. 

Hamilton Oneida Academy, 19. 394, 395, 
409. 

Hamilton Place, Boston, 1. xviii ; 6. 30. 

Hamlet (Hamilton), Mass., 2. 6. 

Hamlin, Capt. Eleazar, 15. 75, 93, 93 n. 

Hamlin, Hon. Elijah L., donation from, 
11. 500. 

Hamlin, Hon. Hannibal, 17. 381. Letter 
to, from Hon. L. Sabine, 17. 381. 

Hamlin, Col. Jabez, distinguished in the 
French war, 5. 232. 

Hamlin, John, 5. 232. 

Hamm, Mrs. Elizabeth, 14. 151. 

Hamm, John, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Hammat, Capt. Benjamin, donation from, 
1. 146. 

Hammatt (Hamet), Mr., 8. 411, 412. 

Hammersley, William J., letter from, 
with a piece of Charter Oak, 3. Ill, 
112. 

Hammett, Mr., 7. 245. 

Hammon, Ebenezer, 17. 157. 

Hammon, Capt. Edward, 15. 78. 

Hammond, , 16. 105. 

Hammond, Daniel ( Whitney, Cutler Sf 
Hammond), 11. 308. 

Hammond, Edward, killed by Indians, 
14. 129. 

Hammond, Rev. Henry, D.D., his 'Anno- 
tations on the Psalms/ 18. 426 ; on the 
New Testament, 18. 426. His * Prac- 
tical Discourses/ 18. 427. His polemi- 
cal sermons, 18. 430. 

Hammond, J. H., donations from, 4. 196, 
226. 

Hammond, Joseph, 20. 325. 

Hammond, Capt. Joseph, 14. 129. 

Hammond, Laurence, 13. 113. 



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Hammond, Capt. Lawrence, 10. 136 ; 13. 
314; 17. 110. Diary of, 3. 320; 4. 12. 
Diary of, given, 8. 432. 

Hammond, Samuel, a sermon delivered 
on the decease of, by Dr. Homer, 2. 278. 

Hammond, Thomas, 19. 164. 

Hamock, Charles, 11. 141. 

Hampden, John, 5. 85 ; 8. 413, 414, 416, 
417 ; 12. 236 ; 14. 204, 304 ; 15. 381 ; 
16. 3 ; 18. 440 ; 19. 55 ; 20. 179. Fac- 
simile of letter from, 8. 427. Portrait 
of, at Washington, 18. 423 ; 19. 247. 
Paper, by the President (Mr. Win- 
throp), on the portrait at Washington, 
18. 436-444. 

Hampden, Richard, 18. 443. 

Hampden Sidney, Va., 10. 27 w. 

Hampden-Sidney College, Va., 10. 399 ; 
11. 489 ; 14. 9. 

' Hampshire Gazette,' 5. 42, 43 ; 18. 185, 
186. 

Hampton, N. H., 12. 394, 395; 16. In., 
9, 103, 256, 257, 261, 264, 266, 268, 269, 
272-275, 278, 285 n. ; 17. 153, 156, 219, 
224-227 ; 18. 390, 392 n. Origin of the 
name of, 12. 396. Ceded to New Hamp- 
shire, 12. 401 n. 

Hampton Falls, N. H., 16. 9 ; 17. 156. 

Hams, Marke, 3. 337. 

Hanaford, Mrs. J. H, donation from, 7. 
100. 

Hanaford, Mrs. Phebe Ann, donations 
from, 7. 368; 10. 33, 206 ; 11. 500. 

Hanam, Col. Thomas, 18. 87, 114 n. 

Hanbury, , agent, 15. 231 w. 

Hanbury, Benjamin, 18. 3. 

Hancock, Miss, see Handcock. 

Hancock, Mrs., donation from, 1. 84. 

Hancock, Charles, Lowell, 14. 38. Dona- 
tions from, 4. 228, 246; 7. 376, 408; 8. 
442, 459, 460. Donation to the Cabinet 
from, 9. 189. Important papers relating 
to the accounts of Harvard College 
sent to Mr. Sibley, 6. 337, 342, 354-356. 

Hancock, Mrs. Dorothy (Quincy), 1. 100, 
271 w.; 3. 327; 4. 33, 33 n.\ 12. 323; 
14. 184; 16. 299??. Donations from, 1. 
69, 271. Vote of thanks to, 1. 69, 271. 

Hancock, Ebenezer, 14. 110; 16. 360. 

Hancock, Gov. John, 1. 6, 45??., 69, 100, 
298, 397 n. ; 2. 171 ; 3. 304 ; 4. 34, 38, 
41, 57, 86, 217, 228, 246, 287, 387; 5. 
90 ; 6. 26 ; 8. 76, 175, 320, 324, 327, 342, 
343, 365, 368, 369, 377, 401, 459, 460, 
473; 10. 99, 100, 162; 11. 141, 257; 12. 
9, 61, 258, 323 ; 13. 57, 79, 127, 166, 170, 
191, 192, 225, 251 n., 295, 374; 14. 241, 
280, 281, 284, 285, 290, 304, 308; 15. 
66, 165, 166, 168, 169, 329, 338, 344, 
349, 352, 358, 393 ; 16. 69, 101, 152, 153, 
289, 299, 371, 372, 374, 389; 17. 132, 
199, 289, 317 ; 18. 151-153, 345 : 19. 73, 
138, 139; 20. 7, 10, 14, 188, 211. In- 
formed of the formation of the So- 
ciety, 1. xvii. His Fifth of March 



Oration, 1. 18. His Letter-books given, 
1. 271, 271 n. Search to be made for 
the pen with which he signed the 
Declaration of Independence, 2. 171. 
Letters of, 2. 229 n. A member of sev- 
eral State conventions, 3. 302 ; 4 388 ; 
6. 147. The Boston Massacre, 3. 308, 
309. Correspondence with Edmund 
Quincy, 3. 327 ; 4. 27-34. His hair, 4. 
44. Excepted from pardon, 5. 327. 
Opposed to the adoption of the Con- 
stitution, 6. 147. Standard presented 
by, to the ' Bucks of America/ after- 
wards given to the Society, 6. 85, 
242, 404; 7. 24. Records and Docu- 
ments found in the Hancock House, 6. 
356. Letter to, from Benjamin Frank- 
lin, 6. 354, 355. Gen. Gage demands 
that he be given up, 7. 189. Actions 
against, 7. 205. Extract from a letter 
of Rochambeau to, 7. 290. Would 
move the General Court to Boston, 7. 
294. Cane formerly belonging to, pre- 
sented, 9. 189. Letters to Gen. Arte- 
mas Ward, 12. 122-125. Letter-books 
of, 14. 184. Marriage of, 16. 299 n. 
Warrant issued by, for the arrest of 
suspected persons, 18. 153, 154. A 
member of the convention of 1779-80, 

18. 245. His gift to the Brattle Street 
Church, 19. 75. The Hancock Manu- 
scripts, 2. 476. ' Ten Chapters in the 
Life of/ 3. 281. His ' Oration ' (5th 
March), cited, 13. 187, 188. 

Hancock, Mrs. John, wife of Gov. Han- 
cock, see Hancock, Mrs. Dorothy 
(Quincy). 

Hancock, Mrs. John {wife of Rev. John), 
portrait of, by Blackburn, 16. 389. 

Hancock, Rev. John, d. 1752, 8. 28. His 
Election Sermon, 1. 202. Portrait of, 
by Blackburn, 16. 389. 

Hancock, Madam Lydia, 4. 12, 34 n., 
362 n.; 6. 355; 16. 299, 389. Letter 
from Edmund Quincy to, 4. 34-41. 

Hancock, Rev. Robert, 17. 25(5 n. 

Hancock, Thomas, d. 1764, 4. 34 n. ; 16. 
389. Letter to, from B: Franklin, 6. 
354, 355. 

Hancock, Thomas, 12. 323. Donations 
from, 1. 60, 61, 111. 

Hancock, Mrs. Thomas, see Hancock, 
Madam Lydia. 

Hancock, Rev. Thomas, 2. 448 n. ; 17. 255. 

Hancock, Torrey, donation from, 1. 474. 

Hancock, Gen. Winfield S., 19. 101. 

Hancock, Md., 17. 199. 

Hancock Bridge, 3. 371. 

Hancock County, map of, 1. 8. 

' Hancock Gazette and Penobscot Patriot/ 
9. 348. 

Hancock House, Boston, 6. 356; 14.38; 

19. 101. 

Hancock Mountain, 19. 420, 421. 
Hancock School, name of, 6. 33. 



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Hancock's Wharf, 4. 220 ; 7. 242. 
Hand, Lieut.- Col. Edward, 6. 193 ; 15. 87, 

160. 
' Hand Weavers, "Report on the Condition 

of the Unemployed, in Great Britain 

and Ireland/ 2. 234. 
Handcock, Miss, 17. 94. 
Handel and Haydn Society, 19. 336. 
Handmaid, ship, 20. 66. 
Hangman's Island, Boston Harbor, 7. 476. 
Hannah, George, donation from, 10. 2. 
Hanners, Benjamin, donation from, 1. 131. 
Hannibal, 15. 50. 
Hannibal, sloop, 6. 193, 194. 
Hannibal & St. Joseph Railroad Co., 11. 

35, 40, 247, 249; 12. 74, 78, 220; 13. 

18, 273, 277, 278 ; 14. 322, 325, 327 ; 15. 
270, 274,276; 16. 168; 17.69; 18. 31, 
411; IQ.292J 20. 195. 

Hannis, Samuel, 15. 157. 

Hanover, Mass., 6. 291 ; 12. 403, 404 ; 18. 

176. Origin of the name of, 12. 412. 

* History of,' by Rev. J. S. Barry, cited, 

3-20. 
Hanover, N. H., 16 387. 
Hanover Square Rooms, London, 19. 221n., 

222. 
Hanover Street, significance of name, 6. 

28. Formation of, 6. 29. 
Hanslong Indians, 7. 446. 
Hanson, Judge, 19. 24. 
Hanson, Abigail (Mrs. Young). 14. 152. 
Hanson, Hon. Alexander C, 19. 16, 16 n., 

17, 17 n., 24, 27. 
Hanson, Mrs. Ann, 14. 151. 
Hanson, Mrs. Elizabeth, 14. 127 n. 
Hanson, Isaac, deatli of, 14. 143. 
Hanson, Rev. John H, his * Lost Prince/ 

i.238n. 
Hanson, Mrs. Marv, killed by Indians, 14. 

124. 
Hanson, Mercy (Mrs. Church), 14. 151. 
Hanson, T., 11. 255. 
Hanson, Thomas, 14 124 n. 
Hanson, Thomas, Jr., 14. 143. 
Hanson, Tobias, 14. 124 n. Killed by In- 
dians, 14. 127. 
Hanson, Tobias, 14. 130. Marriage of, 

14. 151. 
Hanson, Mrs. Tobias, 14. 124. 
Hanwell, Capt. Richard, 14. 136. 
Harcourt, Elizabeth Cabot Motley, Lady, 

16. 430. Extracts from letters from, 

16. 438, 469, 470. Her account of her 

father's manner of life, 16. 472. 
Harcourt, Francois Henry, Duke of, 13. 

239. 
Harcourt, Henri de Lorraine, Comte d\ 6. 

54. 
Harcourt, Col William, 6. 196; 17. 290; 

19. 221. 

Harcourt, Sir William George Granville 
Vernon, 16. 115, 473. 

Hardie, James, his ' Philadelphia Direc- 
tory' cited, 17. 206 n. 



14 



Harding, Mrs., donation from, 2. 498. 

Harding, Chester, 1. 499, 500 ; 4. 3Q8 ; 8. 
476 ; 17. 51, 69 ; 20. 192. His copy of 
the portrait of John Rogers the mar- 
tyr, 2. 614. Portrait by, of Colonel 
Daniel Boone, 6. 17. Portrait of Han- 
nah Adams by, 11. 85. 

Hard wick, Mass., 11. 345, 346 ; 12. 404, 
406 ; 19. 380. Origin of the name of, 
12. 414. Formerly called Lambstown, 
12.414. 

Hardvvicke, Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of, 12. 
414 ; 13. 101. On slavery, 7. 318, 
325. 

Hardwicke, Philip Yorke, 2c? Earl of his 
' State Papers ' cited, 13. 91. 

Hardy, Alpheus, 19. 357. 

Hardy, Adj. Daniel, 14. 89 ; 15. 79 n., 80, 
106, 109, 111-113, 116, 119, 121, 124, 
127, 129, 138, 142. 

Hardy, Lieut. Eliphalet, 15. 79 n. 

Hardy, Thomas Duffus, 4 Report on tlie 
Documents in the Archives and Public 
Libraries of Venice/ by, presented, 11. 
496. 

Hare, Mr., 8. 337. 

Hare, Sylvan us, 4. 224. 

Hare, Thomas, 12. 331. 

Harford, Charles J., 8. 93. 

Hargrave, Francis, his argument in Som- 
erset's Case, 7. 314, 320, 324. 

Harington, Sir John, his * Nugae Anti- 
que ' cited, 10. 482. 

Hariot, Thomas, 12. 428 ; 20. 41, 58. 
Voyage of, 2. 90, 90 n., 91 n. 

Harlakenden, Richard, 2. 305, 305 n* 

Harlakenden, Roger, 2. 305, 305 n. ; 10. 
328. 

' Harleian Manuscripts/ 3.8; 13. 64. 

' Harleian Miscellanies ' cited, 17. 165 n. 

Harleian Societv, 15. 253; 19. &30, 331, 
333. 

Harlem, Netherlands, 11. 132, 134. 

Harleston, , 11. 255. 

Harley [Harlow ?], Edward, 18. 117 n. 

Harley, Robert, Earl of Oxford, see Ox- 
ford. 

Harlow, Edward, 18. 90, 92, 105 n., 111. 
115. 

Harly & Drummond, 12. 51. 

Harmar, Gen. Josiah, 17. 178 n. 

Harmensen, Jacob, see Arminius. 

Harmony Grove Cemetery, 15. 220. Ad- 
dress delivered at the Consecration of, 
6 330. 

' Harm on v of the Confessions ' cited, 11. 
442, 443. 

Harnden, Capt. John, 15. 81. 

Harney, Thomas, 16. 264, 269. 

Harold, King of Englnnd, 19. 388. 

Harper, Robert G., 19. 23. His address 
to his constituents, 1. 98. 

Harper Brothers, Messrs., 1. 117 w.; 2. 
144 n. ; 16. 426. Donation from, 4. 330 ; 
5. 229. Vote of thanks to, 5. 230. 



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Harper's Ferry, Va., 18. 191. Seizure of 
the Arsenal at, in 1859, g. 244. Papers 
obtained at, presented to the Society, 
6. 5. Action of John Brown con- 
demned by Judge White, 6. 308 n. 

' Harper's Weekly/ 17. 133. Donations 
from publishers of, 5. 229 ; 6. 15. 

Harpswell, Me., 12. 407, 41G. 

Harriet, vessel, 3. 228. 

Harriman, Rev. John, 8. 13, 22, 27; 10. 
405, 408. 

Harrington, Daniel, 19. 84. 

Harrington, James, 12. 391. 

Harrington, Rev. Timothy, his ' Century 
Sermon/ 1. 50, 79. 

Harrington, William Stanhope, 1st Earl 
of, 12. 415. 

Harris, Mr., 7. 207. 

Harris, Mr., baker, fined, 8. 332. • 

Harris, Mr., New London, 11. 200. 

Harris, Mr., water-color painter, 10. 456. 

Harris, Benjamin, 19. 314. 

Harris, Cary, 19. 314. 

Harris, Mrs. Catherine H., 19. 314. Do- 
nations from, 6. 249 ; 7. 21. 

Harris, Edward D., 13. 12. Donation 
from, 10. 331 ; 11. 500; 12. 12. Plans 
by, for the alteration of the building, 

11. 253. Elected a Resident Member, 

12. 81. Accepts membership, 12. 103. 
Memoir of Dr. T. W. Harris, by, 19. 
313-322. 

Harris, Henry, 10. 166; 16. 168; 17. 69; 
18. 31, 411 ; 19. 292; 20. 194. Bequest 
from, io.39, 171; 11. 40, 249. 

Harris, Rev. Henry, 12. 377. 

Harris, Isaac, 12. 177. 

Harris, James E., 2d Earl of Malmesbury, 
see Malmesbury. 

Harris, John, 19. 313. 

Harris, Rev. John, D.D., vote to purchase 
his ' Collection of Voyages/ 1. 22. His 
' History of Kent/ 2. 183. His map of 
Kent, 2. 183. Exchanges referring to 
his ' Voyages/ 2 367. 

Harris, John Aylesbury, 20. 133, 135. 

Harris, Capt. Josiah, 15. 80. 

Harris, Mrs. Mary (Dix), 19. 314. 

Harris, Morrison, donation from, 2. 428. 

Harris, Peter, 16. 78*n. 

Harris, Richard D., 1. 461 n. 

Harris, Lieut Robert, 15. 85. 

Harris, Samuel, 11. 141 ; 20. 8. 

Harris, Mrs. Silence, 20. 135. 

Harris, Stephen, 11. 141. 

Harris, Stephen, Jr., 11. 141. 

Harris, Rev. Thaddeus Mason, D.D., x. 
62, 105, 107, 108, 124, 127, 132, 135, 
150, 163, 169, 194, 197, 199, 200, 206, 
207, 225, 229, 234, 235, 239, 245, 252, 
253, 257, 266, 274, 279, 335, 336, 345, 
348, 371, 385, 387, 392, 398, 417, 425, 
435, 4S6, 444, 453, 472, 473, 479, 479 n. 
494, 496. 499, 500, 504 ; 10. 207, 256, 
322, 427 ; 12. 5, 434 ; 13. 4 ; 18. 175 ; 



19. 147, 313, 314 ; 20. 112, 213. Con- 
cerning the formation of the Society, 
1. ix, x. To assist in furthering the 
publication of the Collections, 1. xxix. 
His death, 1. xlii ; 2.228, 232 n. No- 
minated a Resident Member, 1. 34. 
Elected, 1. 41. Accepts membership, 
1. 42. Of committee on proposed map 
of the State, 1. 96. Of Publication 
Committee, 1. 129, 164, 424. Dona- 
tions from, 1. 130, 154, 201. Of com- 
mittee on amended Constitution and 
By-Laws, x. 206. Of committee to de- 
cide what books may not be taken 
from the Library, 1. 212. Of commit- 
tee to collect and count votes, 1. 226, 
229, 239, 275. Recording Secretary 
pro tempore, 1. 276. Of committee on 
Mr. Tyng's letter about memorials of 
Harvard graduates, 1. 336. Of com- 
mittee to have pamphlets bound, 1. 
342. Of committee on application from 
the Maine Historical Society, 1. 348, 
351. Requested to prepare a memoir 
of Mr. Palmer, 1. 349. To apply for 
papers, &c, from Dr. Bentley's execu- 
tors, 1. 394. Of committee to confer 
with the city authorities on the cele- 
bration of the anniversary of the set- 
tlement of Boston, 1. 426. Motion of, 

1. 498. Present at meetings of the 
Society, 2. 14, 28, 32, 35, 51, 60, 65, 72, 
83, 86, 88, 90, 92, 94, 96, 99, 100, 102, 
104, 109, 115, 117, 119, 123, 125, 129, 
131, 132, 135, 187, 139, 142-145, 147, 
149, 171, 172, 177, 178, 181-183, 185- 
188, 212, 213, 215, 216, 218-220, 222, 
223, 225. His labors on the catalogue, 

2. 43 n.y 44 n. His entry in the first 
catalogue of the Society, 2. 43 n. A 
letter in regard to the ' Otis Papers/ 2. 
45 n. Chosen Assistant Librarian, 2. 
78. Committee chosen to fix his com- 
pensation, 2. 78. Chosen Correspond- 
ing Secretary, ad interim, 2. 83, 103. 
Corresponding Secretary, 2. 83, 86, 89, 
100, 106, 110, 113, 129, 137, 139, 142, 
144, 145, 170, 171, 173. Communicates 
donations, 2. 86, 110, 112, 113, 116, 123, 
127, 131, 135, 142, 145, 147, 170, 171, 
176, 177, 179, 181, 182/185, 212, 214, 
215, 217-219, 221, 222. Statement re- 
garding the Collections, 2. 87. State- 
ment regarding the Wallcut donation, 
2. 88. Of committee of publication 
for Vol. VII., third series, 2. 89. Of 
committee to aid the sale of the Collec- 
tions, 2. 88, 89. Of Scrutinizing Com- 
mittee, 2. 90. Elected Librarian, 2. 91, 
103, 130, 149, 192. Letter relating to Dr. 
Mease's manuscript, 2. 90 n., 91 n. Of 
committee to recommend to the Society 
such disposition of the Collections as 
they may deem expedient, 2. 93. Re- 
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2. 94, 95. Of committee to consider 
the preservation of the Society's manu- 
scripts, 2. 96, 99. To receive the price 
paid by him for certain Collections, 2. 
96. To purchase Yates and Moulton's 
* History of New York/ 2. 100. To pub- 
lish, after each meeting, in the Boston 
'Daily Advertiser/ the donations made 
to the Society, 2. 101. His compensa- 
tion as Librarian, 2. 103, 122, 123, 
211 n. Declines election as a member 
of the Royal Society of Northern 
Antiquaries, 2. 107 n. Correspond- 
ence with Prof. Rafn, 2. 107 n -109 n. 
Recording Secretary, pro tempore, 2. 
112, 120, 145. Of committee concern- 
ing the translation of the manuscript 
on Columbus, 2. 113. To have bound 
the manuscript eulogy on Columbus, 
2. 113. Report concerning Vol. VII., 
third series, 2. 113. Communicates a 
translation of the Spanish manuscript, 
2. 117. To have fifty blank diplomas 
struck off, 2. 119. His reports as Libra- 
rian, 1838, 2. 120-123; 1839, 140, 140 n., 
141 n., 223. His report referred to a 
committee, and accepted, 2. 135, 136 n. 
Statement of the number of volumes in 
the Library, 2. 142. His labor in prepar- 
ing Vol. VII. of the third series, 2. 
122. To act on the communication 
of Mr. G. Folsom, 2. 124. To pro- 
cure from Mr. Wallcut the blank 
volume given to the Society by Gov. 
Sullivan, 2. 124. Letter to Prof. Rafn, 
2. 125 n., 126 n. To write to John W. 
Barber, concerning the title of his 
work, 2. 127, 127 n., 128 n. His letter 
to Mr. Barber, 2. 127 n., 128 n. His 
action regarding the New York Histor- 
ical Society, 2. 127. Resigns position 
as Librarian, 2. 140, 140 n., 141 n. 
Statement regarding the limited sale 
of the Collections, 2. 148. Of com- 
mittee to make out complete sets of 
the Collections, 2. 170. Letter from, 
relating to his services as Correspond- 
ing Secretary, ad interim, 2. 173, 173 n., 
174 n. To write to the members to 
ascertain the whereabouts of a lost 
manuscript, 2. 175. To consider the 
lending of the Trumbull Manuscripts, 
2. 178. Excused from acting on the 
committee on the Trumbull Manu- 
scripts, 2. 181. To report a list of 
such books as are to be kept perma- 
nently in the Library, 2. 181. To put 
in repair the volumes of the Collec- 
tions to be sent to the Louvre, 2. 182. 
To act on Mr. Willard's proposition, 
2. 182, 183. Reports list of books not 
to be loaned from the Library, 2. 183. 
To cause the plan of Quebec to be re- 
paired, 2. 185. To cause two hundred 
copies of rules pertaining to the use 



of the Library to be printed for the 
use of members, 2. 189. To cause cer- 
tain books to be bound, 2. 192. Con- 
tributes the inscription on the monu- 
ment of Mr. Wallcut, 2. 208. Com- 
municates a Resolve of the General 
Assembly of Connecticut, 2. 212. To 
have the entry of the second story of 
the building painted, 2. 214. Com- 
municates his quarterly list, 2. 214, 
214 n. Of committee to obtain copies 
of Hubbard's ' History,' 2. 223. His last 
sickness, 2. 225, 228, 232 n. Resolu- 
tions relating to his death, 2. 232. ' Me- 
moir of,' 2. 232, 232 n., 502, 502 n. A 
member of the Anthology Club, 2. 
388 n. His memoir to be examined by 
the Publishing Committee, 2. 494. Re- 
port of the committee concerning his 
memoir, 2. 501, 502. His ' Account of 
Dorchester,' 1. 166. His 'Memoir of P. 
Whitney,' 1. 256 n. His ' Life of Father 
Ralle/ 1. 476 n. His ' Journal of a 
Tour to Ohio' cited, 17. 200 n. His 
1 Natural History of the Bible/ 19. 
317. 

Harris, Thaddeus William, M.D., 14. 
20 ; 20. 241. His death, 1. xliv. Nom- 
inated a Resident Member, 2. 379. 
Elected, 2. 381. Accepts membership, 
2. 382. Librarian of Harvard College, 
2. 421 n. Donations from, 2. 429, 430, 
458, 466, 468 ; 3. 31. 'Memoir of/ by 
Mr. E. D. Harris, 19. 313-322. His 
character contrasted with that of his 
father, 19. 313. Ancestry, 19. 313, 314. 
Education, 19. 314. Marriage, 19. 314. 
Associated with Dr. Holbrook, 19. 314. 
Abandons the practice of medicine, 19. 
314, 315. Studies botany, 19. 314, 315. 
Qualifications as a physician, 19 315. 
Appointed Librarian of Harvard Col- 
lege, 19. 315, 316. His love of histori- 
cal and antiquarian research, 19. 316. 
Col. Higginson's 'Memoir of/ 19. 316, 
318. Papers published by, ig. 316-318. 
Membership in various societies, 19. 
317, 322. Character as a naturalist, 19. 
317, 319. His catalogue of insects, 19. 
317, 318. Instructor of Natural His- 
tory in Harvard College, 19. 318. His 
report on insects injurious to vegeta- 
tion, 19. 318, 319. His collection of 
insects, 19. 319. Portrait of, 19. 320, 
320 n. His mother, 19. 320. Traits of 
his character, 19. 321. Death, 19. 322. 

Harris, Thomas, 19. 313. 

Harris, Thomas, Jr., 19. 313. 

Harris, William, 19. 314. 

Harris, Rev. William, D.D., nominated 
a Corresponding Member, 1. 235. 
Elected, 1. 237. His funeral sermon 
on Mrs. Roads, 1. 123. 

Harris, Mrs. William T., donation from, 
5-57. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Harris, William Thaddeus, 2. 421 ; 16. 
39-41. Certain copies of Hubbard's 
'History* to be presented to, 2. 421. 
Donations from, 2. 435, 445. His death, 
2. 421 n. Edits the second edition of 
Hubbard's ' History/ 2. 421 n. His 
' Cambridge Epitaphs' cited, 16. 11 n. 

Harrisburg, Penn., 3. 72 ; 4. 96 ; 17. 202, 
202 n., 203. 

Harrison, Capt., A. M., letter from, in re- 
lation to a supposed portrait of Miles 
Standish, 15. 324-226. 

Harrison, Col. Benjamin, Virginia, 4. 82, 
83 ; 12. 228 ; 15. 393. One of the Com- 
mittee of Conference, 6. 184. 

Harrison, Carter B., donation from, 1. 
122. 

Harrison, Rev. Francis, 2. 448 n. ; 17. 255, 
256. 

Harrison, George, 16. 263. 

Harrison, Gen. John, 13. 75. 

Harrison, Joseph, collector of customs, 4. 
218; 15.346; 20. 15,16. 

Harrison, Mrs. Joseph, 7. 186, 217, 253- 
255,260; 19. 222. 

Harrison, Nicholas, death of, 14. 147. 

Harrison, Peter, architect, 12. 319, 324; 
16. 392. 

Harrison, Pres. William Henry, 3. 73; 6. 
240,306; 11. 69, 71,261; 15. 198; 17. 
379; 19. 52, 52 n. Death of, 6. 306. 
Portrait of, 10. 135, 172. 

Harrison & Ansley, Messrs., 16. 98. 

Harrison & Cromwell, Messrs., 16. 289. 

Harrow School, 15. 232. 

Harsha, D. A., donation from, 8. 88. 

Harsnet, Rev. Samuel, 5. 498. 

Hart, Capt., 16. 353. 

Hart, Charles Henry, LL.B., 17. 326, 
327 n. Offers Harvard College Theses 
for 1762, 8. 171. Donation of two 
photographs from, 9. 249. Donation 
of Theses of Harvard College, 1759, 
from, 9. 357. Donations from, 8. 280 ; 
9. 177 ; 10. 2, 33, 105, 144, 208. 311 ; 11. 
500; 12. 157 ; 14. 200. Elected a Cor- 
responding Member, 16. 314. Accepts 
membership, 16. 365. Gift from, 17. 
229. Communicates to the Society an 
autograph memorandum of John Ran- 
dolph, 17. 326. 

Hart, James, 15. 75. 

Hart, John, 15. 393. 

Hart, Capt. Moses, 15. 151. 

Hartford, Conn., 3. 98, 111, 126; 4. 91 ; 5. 
16; 6. 69 n., 199; 7. 210, 211 ; 12. 411; 
16. 135, 181, 218, 220, 234, 237, 243, 248, 
283, 314, 391, 401 n.; 17. 56,145, 200, 
348, 358 n.; 18. 181, 261. Search for 
Col. Goffe, 3. 61, 62. Aids Boston in 
1774, 4. 223. Trial and conviction of 
Captain Scot, at the Particular Court 
of, 6. 66 n., 70 n., 71 n. Measure of 
religious intolerance recommended, 6. 
477-479. Visit to, in 1789, 11. 14, 26. 



Hartford Convention, 1. 306 n., 310; 2. 7 ; 
6.286-289; 11. 54; 19. 38. 

Hartford County, 6. 199. 

' Hartford Daily Courant/ 11. 497 n. 
Donation from the editor of, 2. 262. 

Hartford, Particular Court at, 6. 71 n. 

Hartford Young Men's Institute, dona- 
tion from, 11. 498. 

Hartley, Mis., ig. 215. 

Hartley, D., helps American prisoners, 5. 
343, 344. 

Hartley, Hon. Thomas, 11. 23. 

Hartlib, Samuel, 16 207, 210, 219 Let- 
ters from, to Gov. Winthrop of Con- 
necticut, 16. 212-216. 

Harts, Joseph, 16. 353. 

Hartshorn, Mrs. John, killed by Indians, 
14. 148. 

Hartshorn, Capt. Thomas, 13. 245. Min- 
iature of, presented, 13 243. 

Hartwell, Lieut. Isaac, 13. 372, 374. 

Hartwell, Jephthah R., 14. 392. 

Hartwell, Lieut. John, 15. 80. 

Harvard, Mrs. Ann, 20. 347. 

Harvard, Rev. John, 10. 329; 12. 413; 14. 
304 ; 16. 141 ; 17. 342, 348, 441 ; 18. 3, 
8, 320 ; 20. 21, 23, 24. Paper relating 
to his estate exhibited, 5. 406. His 
bequest, 10. 327. House of, at Charles- 
town, 12. 361. Remarks by Dr. Ellis 
relative to the proposed statue of, 20. 
345-348; by Mr. Deane, 20. 348; by 
Mr. Winthrop, 20. 348-350. Investiga- 
tions to be made with regard to his 
pedigree, 20. 401. 

Harvard, Mass., 12. 271, 404, 406. Named 
for Rev. John Harvard, 12 413. 

' Harvard Advocate/ donations from the 
editors of, 11. 499. 

Harvard Church, Brookline, 18. 339. 

Harvard Church, Charlestown, 1. 328. 

Harvard College, Cambridge, 1. 231 n., 
246 n., 260, 266 n., 278 n., 292, 320, 322, 
323, 343, 368, 382, 383, 386 n., 389, 391, 
394, 420-422, 429, 438 n., 439, 483, 
500n. ; 2. 6 ; 3. 67, 80, 82, 122, 132, 
203, 208,317-319, 322 «., 329-332, 359, 
360 ; 6. 251, 271, 276, 284, 285, 295, 
296, 301, 334-336, 351, 352, 354, 356 ; 7. 
106; 8. 450, 476, 484; 10. 140, 142, 
176, 213 n., 218, 273 n., 303, 352-368, 
448, 479, 484; 11. 48, 75, 76, 96, 101, 
109, 130, 150, 163, 258, 263, 273, 
306 n., 323, 324, 334, 347, 365, 371, 372, 
377, 492 ; 12. 8, 13, 15, 18, 24-26, 51, 
69 n., 207, 215, 252, 290, 308, 312- 
314, 330, 331, 333, 360, 361, 366, 369, 
380, 390, 411, 413; 13. 22, 24, 26, 
27, 31, 53, 55, 68, 104, 133, 216, 255, 
280, 295, 296, 378, 389, 395, 397, 403, 
422 ; 14. 9, 45, 117, 154, 172, 187, 222- 
226 passim, 233, 304, 391 ; 15. 12, 13, 
65, 256, 299, 373; 16. 8n., 11, 16, 18, 
50, 53, 112, 115, 116, 118, 119, 133, 147, 
175, 177-179, 239, 280, 287-289, 300 n., 



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302, 367, 386-388, 394-396, 398, 399, 
407, 473 ; 17. 19, 25, 26, 34, 36, 46, 59, 
96, 99, 111, 117 «., 121, 131, 139, 155, 
156 n., 177 w., 178 n., 179 n., 263 »., 337, 
344, 346, 347, 350, 356, 362, 386, 387, 
389-396, 398, 400, 406, 408-411, 417, 
422; 18. 4, 18, 37,55, 65,68, 119, 134 n., 

139 n., 166, 172, 173, 189, 222, 246, 265, 
274, 282, 297, 320, 321, 332, 353, 355, 
423, 424 ; 19. 66, 67 «., 95-98, 122, 128, 
142, 147 n., 150, 151, 154, 157 n., 165 n., 
174, 195, 212, 225, 228, 232, 253 n., 256, 
257, 286 »., 302, 314 322, 339, 350, 376, 
387, 400, 410, 425, 436 ; 20. 5 n., 21, 
35, 47 n., 105, 107, 110, 202, 208, 232- 
236, 242, 247, 250, 258, 336, 345, 385, 
403, 410. 'Pietas et Gratulatio/ 1. 
18. Commencement Day, 1. 70 n., 99, 

140 n., 149 n., 162, 165n.; 4. 439-446; 
6. 266, 267, 271, 272 ; 8. 49, 64, 484. 
View of, 1. 89. ' Constitution and Gov- 
ernment of,' 1. 89 ; 3. 318; 6. 342, 347, 
353. The Collections to be given to, 
1. 148, 241. Donations from, 1. 178, 
219; 2. 511; 4. 378, 384; 5. 116, 145; 
6. 417. Proposal to lend specimens to 
the mineralogical cabinet of, 1. 216, 
223, 224. Plan of a farm belonging to, 
1. 254 n. Letter of Mr. Tyng about 
collecting memoirs of the graduates of, 
1. 336, 338. Lottery, 1. 420. Mr. 
Peirce's ' History of/ 1. 434. Historical 
Society of, 2. 11 n. ; 8. 54, 55. The 
Winthrop Manuscript Catalogues of 
the graduates of, 2. 44, 46, 46 n. t 47 n., 
48, 323, 323 »., 324 n. ; 7. 339. Choice 
of ' Fellows ' from resident officers of 
instruction, opposed by John Lowell, 2. 
166, 167. To be requested to permit 
certain papers to be deposited in the 
archives of the Society, 2. 213. The 
President of, and others, to be invited 
to join in celebrating the anniversary 
of the New England Confederacy, 2. 
248. Acknowledges the receipt of Vol. 
VIII., third series, 2. 249. Copy of 
the laws of, 1655, exhibited, 3. 133, 151. 

' A Select Catalogue of/ etc., printed 
in 1773, donated to the Society, 3. 181. 
President of, 3. 203; 4. 59; 6. 264, 
341. Triennial Catalogues of, 3. 205, 
206, 324; 7. 349; 8. 9-56, 224. Ex- 
tracts from Mather's Diary concerning, 

3. 317. A manuscript volume of Dr. 
Belknap on, 4. 12. President's house, 

4. 59, 414 Its destruction threatened, 
1778, 4. 81. Corporation of, 4. 108. 
And Henry Hallara, 4. 212. Theses at 
the first two Commencements, 1642- 
43, 4. 439-446. Account Books from 
1699 to 1749 and from 1669 to 1752, 
with the account of the discovery of 
the Brattle and Richards books, 5. 60- 
63 ; 6. 337-356. In 1740, 5. 116. Stew- 
ards of, 5. 154-158, 160-164; 8. 50. Gov. 



Pownall's intended gift and bequest to, 

5. 241, 243, 246, 247. The Hollis Pro- 
fessorship, 5. 241 ; 6. 284, 312. Gov. 
Pownall intends making a professor- 
ship of political law in, 5. 245. Prof. 
Felton President of, 5. 455. Scholar- 
ships established by N. I. Bowditch, 5. 
508-510. Names having reference to, 
given to streets, 6. 30. Its Halls de- 
scribed in 1793, 6. 266, 267. Halls used 
for barracks, 6. 267 ; 12. 258. Condition 
of morals after the French Revolution, 

6. 267-269. Changes in the adminis- 
tration of, 6. 268, 269. Discontinuance 
of Evening Prayer, 6. 269. Origin of 
the Hasty-Pudding Club, 6. 270. Cost 
of education at, in 1797, 6. 272 n. Fac- 
ulty of, called the 4 Immediate Gov- 
ernment/ 6. 276. Society for the Pro- 
motion of Theological Education in, 
6. 295, 296. Origin of the Plummer 
Professorship, 6. 301. Sectarianism of, 
6. 311, 312. Wood and staves sent 
to, for money payments, 6. 338, 339. 
Meetings of the College Corporation 
in 1690 and 1693, 6. 342, 346, 347. 
Early Treasurers of, 6. 343-345, 348. 
Bequests from William Penoyer, and 
scholarships founded in, 6. 343, 343 n. 
Books destroyed by the fire of 1764, 6. 
346. Validity of the College Charter, 

6. 347. Act of the Legislature con- 
cerning the dwelling-place of the Pres- 
idents, 6. 348. Schedule of college 
property in 1693, 6. 349. Stoughton 
Hall, 6. 353 ; 18. 318, 322 ; 20. 330, 333, 
400 n. Building for educating the In- 
dians to be taken down. 6. 351. Re- 
peal of the Act of Incorporation, 6. 
353. Arms of, 6. 353. Catalogue of 
1700 among the Winthrop Papers, 7. 
339. Mr. Sibley requested to make 
a history of the Triennial Catalogues 
of, 7. 349. Josiah Quincy's presidency, 

7. 388. Mr. Sibley gives an account 
of the Triennial and Annual Cata- 
logues of, 8. 9-75. ' Placing ' the 
students, 8. 32-37. Name of, 8. 38, 60, 
62, 63, 72, 73. Necrologies of, 8. 49. 
Appeal to graduates of, 8. 50-52. Bio- 
graphical dictionary of graduates of, 

8. 50-55. Connection of, with the His- 
torical Society, 8. 54, 55. Class-books 
and photographs, 8. 54, 55. Vacations, 
8. 64. Exhibitions, 8. 64, 68. Exami- 
nation, 8. 65. Expenses at, 8. 66-68. 
Commons, 8. 67. The word ' College ' 
changed to ' University/ 8 74. Gray's 
Hall, 8. 75. E: Everett professor at, 8. 
116-123, 137, 140. Controversy on the 
composition of the Corporation, 8. 122. 
E: Everett president of, 8. 149, 150. 
Theses of 1762 presented to the Mas- 
sachusetts Historical Society, 8. 172. 
Dr. Francis professor at, 8. 243-250. 



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Harvard College, Cambridge {continued). 
Hank of students in, 9. 252. List 
of Theses, 1759, presented, 9. 357. 
Speeches of Gov. Joseph Dudley and 
Pres Leverett at the inauguration of 
the latter, January, 1707-8, 9. 502- 
505. Form of admission of a Fellow, 
9. 505. Visit of Washington to, 10. 
115. Story's argument on the Fellows 
of, 10. 185. Alumni Association, 10. 
191. The archives set in order by 
Pres. Sparks, 10. 294, 295. Jared 
Sparks at, 10. 282-296, 303. " Donation 
from the Institute of 1770, 10. 314. 
Donation from the Class of 1829, 10. 
330. Letter of H. Newman, on the 
Charter of, 10. 350, 351. Monitor's 
bill, 10. 403-408. And Mr. G: Liv- 
ermore, 10. 440. Library Committee 
of the Overseers, 10. 441. Inaugura- 
tion of E: Everett as President, 10. 
441. And the Dowse Library, 10. 
457 n. Compared with Cornell Uni- 
versity, 11. 85-92. Work on the early 
graduates of, by J. L. Sibley, 11. 334. 
Donation from Hon. R. C. Winthrop 
to, 11. 163. Petition for a charter for, 
to King William III., 12. 112. Presi- 
dent's house, the head-quarters of 
Washington and Lee, 12. 257-261. 
Description and engraving of the house, 
12. 262, 263. Holden Chapel, 12. 414 ; 
14. 5. Alford Professorship, 12. 419. 
Boylston Hall, 13. 131 ; 14. 5. Inscrip- 
tions for monuments to three Presi- 
dents of, 13. 37, 38. Commencement 
programme of, 1767, 13. 83. Articles 
of the Ecclesiastical Court against 
Pres. Chauncy, 13. 337-340. Laws of, 
in 1655, 14. 206-215. Extract from 
the Records of, 14. 224. Public admo- 
nition at, 14. 226. Dudley Code of 
Laws for, 14. 226-228. The Porcellian 
Club, 17. 390. Bicentennial celebra- 
tion at, 17. 460. Mr. Young's paper 
on the subjects for Masters' degrees 
in, 18. 119-151. Earliest engraving of 
the buildings of, 18. 318. Harvard 
Hall, 18. 318, 320-322 ; 19. 315. Mas- 
sachusetts Hall, 18. 318, 322. ^ En- 
graving of Massachusetts Hall in the 
Society's Cabinet, 18. 318. Address 
before the Alumni of, cited, 6. 301, 
330. ' History of,' by J. Quincy, cited, 
7. 393, 394. For the different depart- 
ments of the University, see Harvard 
University, etc. Phi Beta Kappa So- 
ciety, see Phi Beta, etc 

Harvard College dinners, 5- 160-164. 

Harvard Hall, Harvard College, 18. 318, 
320-322 ; 19. 315. 

Harvard Hill, in Mt, Auburn, 7. 391. 

Harvard Memorial Biographies, 19. 342. 

' Harvard Register,' 10. 354 ; 17. 37. 

Harvard Street, Boston, 6. 30. 



Harvard University, Arnold Arboretum, 
20. 258. 

Harvard University, Astronomical Ob- 
servatory of, 8. 74; 12. 14. Gift of 
W: Sturgis to, 7. 462. Annals of, 19. 3. 

Harvard University, Botanic Garden of, 

2. 167 ; 17. 408, 410. Conservatory of, 

3. 396. 

Harvard University, Dane Law School 
of, 1. 275; 2. 8; 3. 80, 81, 565, 566; 8. 
69-72; 10. 186,192,193; 11. 323; 14. 
177; 18. 55; 19. 339. Library of, to 
receive a copy of the Collections of 
the Society, 1.275; 2. 69 n. 
Harvard Universitv, Divinity School of, 
1. 360 ; 3. 208, 209; 6. 295,* 296, 320 ; 8. 
49, 62-65, 67, 69, 70 ; 10. 249. An ad- 
dress delivered before the Alumni of, 
3. 213. 
Harvard University, Gymnasium of, 8. 68. 

Harvard University, Law School, see 
Harvard University, Dane Law School. 
Harvard University, Lawrence Scientific 
School of, 3 80; 8. 72-74; 18. 55. 

Harvard University, Library of, 1. 279 n., 
407 ; 2. 45 n. ; 3. 137, 139, 149; 6. 346, 
353-356; 8. 10, 16, 19, 24, 31, 36-40, 
42, 45, 46, 53-55, 97, 264 ; 10. 297, 427, 
440; 11. 113 n., 413 n.; 12 61, 257 n., 
310 ; 17. 193 n. ; 20. 186, 229, 277 n. To 
receive a set of the Collections, 2. 56, 
68 w., 69 n., 71 n. Catalogues of, 3. 181, 
206; 6.-351. Library Committee of 
Overseers, 10. 441. Rules of the Li- 
brary, 13. 32. ' Library Bulletin' cited, 
20. 277 n. 

Harvard University, Medical School of, 
8. 63, 69 ; 17. 394, 395, 409, 419, 421, 
467 ; 19. 336. 

Harvard University, Museum of Com- 
parative Anatomy of, 14. 5-8. 

Harvard University, Museum of Com- 
parative Zoology of, 13. 285; 14. 4; 15. 
398 n., 399 ; 16. 212 ; 17. 428 ; 19. 318. 

Harvard University, Peabody Museum of 
American Archaeology and Ethnology 
of, 9. 359, 364, 365; 10. 14; 11. 159; 12. 
1 ; 13. 11 ; 14. 4-7, 16 ; 20. 21. Receives 
some of the specimens from the Society, 
1. vii. Circular from the Executive 
Committee of, 9. 449. Aboriginal relics 
belonging to the Society, to be depos- 
ited with, 9. 451. Donation from, 10. 
134. Articles deposited in, 10. 4. Use 
of the plate of the engraved portrait of 
Mr. Peabody granted to the trustees 
of, 14. 216. 

Harvard Washington Corps, 8. 69; 15. 
190. 

Harvey, Charles F., donation from, 2. 462. 

Harvey, Elizabeth (Mrs. Plaisted), 14. 
150. 

Harvey, James E., donation from, 6. 23. 

Harvey, Gov. Sir John, 14. 376 n. a. 

Harvey, Mary (Mrs. Hunkins), 14. 151. 



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Harvey, Hon. Peter, 14. 27 ; 20. 344. Re- 
marks of, in presenting the Washing- 
ton medals to the Society's Cabinet, 13. 
288. Vote of thanks to, 13. 289. His 
* Reminiscences of Daniel Webster/ 2. 
530; 16. 28 n. 

Harvey, Rev. Richard, 17. 256, 256 n. 

Harvey, William, M.D., 18. 32 n. 

Harwich, Mass., 12. 402, 403, 409. 

Harwood, , 8. 211. 

Harwood, , 12. 420. 

Harwood, , 17. 250. 

Harwood, Mr., 16. 214. 

Haseltihe, David, 4. 256, 257. 

Hasie (Hazzey), William, 12. 108. His 
certificate as Freeman, 12. 105. Ad- 
mitted Freeman, 12. 105 n. 

Haskel, Major Jonathan, 17. 177, 177 n. 

Haskell, Capt. Andrew, 15. 76, 76 n. 

Haskins, Mr., 7. 205. 

Haskins, John, Son of Liberty, 11. 141. 

Haskins, John, Protester, 11. 395. 

Haskins, Capt. Nathan, 15. 81, 81 n. 

Hasleton (Hazeltine), Lieut. John, 14. 287 ; 
15 82. 

Hassam, John T., A.M., 19. 285. Elect- 
ed a Resident Member, 19. 102. Ac- 
cepts membership, ig. 123. Exhibits a 
map of the coast of North Carolina, 
20. 402. His ' Antiquarian and Genea- 
logical Papers/ 19. 287. 

Hassanamisco (Grafton), 10. 139. 

Hastie, John, aged 100, 8. 435. 

Hastings, Benjamin, 17. 159. 

Hastings, Capt. Benjamin, 15. 76, 76 n. 

Hastings, Edmund Trowbridge, 7. 117. 

Hastings, Francis, see Huntingdon, 
Earl of. 

Hastings, Francis Rawdon, Marquis of, 
14. 333. 

Hastings (Hasting), John, 8. 23, 28. 

Hastings, Jonathan, 4. 2o; 14. 94; 15. 87; 
16. 375 ; 17. 157, 159. 

Hastings, Samuel, 17. 159. 

Hastings, Hon. Seth, 11. 49; 14. 387. 

Hastings, Theophilus, Earl of Huntingdon, 
see Huntingdon. 

Hastings, Dr. Walter, 15. 81. 

Hastings, Warren, 17. 459. 

Hasty-Pudding Club, origin of, 6. 270. 

Has well, Anthony, 1. 443. 

Hatch, Crowell, donation from, 1. 26. 
Vote of thanks to, 1. 26; 11. 299. 

Hatch, Ezekiel, 11. 327. 

Hatch, Hawes, 11. 395. A refugee from 
Boston in 1776, 18. 267. 

Hatch, Col. Jabez, 7. 213, 214, 226, 229, 
232; 11. 141; 13. 127. Donation from, 
1.68. 

Hatch, Mrs. Jabez, her death, 7. 195, 
197. 

Hatch, Capt. Nailer, 15. 80. 

Hatch, Nathaniel, 7. 231 ; 11. 393; 20. 139, 
139 n., 144. A refugee from Boston in 
1776, 18. 266. * 



Hatch, Sally, 8. 335 

Hatfield, Edwin F., D.D., donation from, 
10. 347. 

Hatfield, Mass., 12. 394, 395 ; 17. 339 ; 20. 
47 n., 324. Origin of the name of, 12. 
398. 

Hathaway, Lieut. Abraham, 15. 77. 

Hathawav, Anne, 7. 366. 

Hatherly," Timothy, 6. 477 ; 18. 392 n. 

Hathern, John, 12. 115. 

Hathorne, Mr., Salem, donation from, 1. 
53. 

Hathorne, John, 5. 33, 34 ; 20. 324, 325. 

Hathorne, William, 17. 93. 

Hatton, Sir Christopher. 16. 434. 

Hauffe, John, donation from, 1. 168. 

Haugh, Mr., 10. 327. 

Haugh, Samuel, MS. memoranda of, 10. 
325, 326. 

Haugh ton, James, his * Memoir on the 
Moheagan Indians/ 1. 166. 

Haughton, Richard, donation from, 2. 113. 

Haup Bay, derivation of the name, 8. 189, 
194, 198. 

Haussonville, Gabriel Paul O. de 
Cleron, Vicomte d', 19 285. Elected a 
Corresponding Member, 19. 124. 

Hautoul, Comte d\ 1. 355. 

Havana, people of, claim to possess the 
remains of Columbus, 2. 118 n., 119 n. 
Ice-trade in, 3. 53, 54, 59, 60. ' Journal 
of the Siege of/ cited, 1. 20. 

Havelock, Sir Henry, Mr. Tudor sends a 
sword to, 7. 307. 

Haven, C. C., his topographical investiga- 
tions, 3. 334, 335. Donations from, 4. 
1 ; 9. 437. Vote of thanks to, 9. 437. 

Haven, Catherine (Mrs. Palmer), 1. 344. 

Haven, Franklin, 19 356. 

Haven, G. W., 4 94. 

Haven, James, sentenced by a court- 
martial, 16. 348. 

Haven, Rev. Jason, 1. 42, 343, 344; 16. 
285; 19. 225. His ' Half-Century Ser- 
mon, 1. 40. 

Haven, John, 4. 256, 257. 

Haven, Rev. Joseph, his ' Bill of Mortality 
for Rochester/ 1. 81. 

Haven, Hon. Nathaniel A., A.M., 16. 
140. Nominated a Corresponding Mem- 
ber, 1. 338. Elected, 1. 339. To make 
certain inquiries concerning Dartmouth 
College, 6. 291. MS. copy of an ora- 
tion delivered by, presented, 11. 308. 

Haven, O. D., 17. 63. 

Haven, Samuel, 19. 165. 

Haven, Rev. Samuel, D.D., 1. 221 n. ; 17. 
153, 155, 156. 

Haven, Samuel F., LL.D., i. 408 n. ; 2. 
255 n.; 8. 461; 10. 310, 427; 11. 33, 
403; 12. 4; 15. 181; 16. 203 w. ; 17. 
294, 295; 19. 121, 224 n. 285. Dona- 
tion from, 2. 83; 11. 501. A delegate 
at Mr. Adams's Discourse, 2. 255 n. In- 
formation furnished in regard to Hutch- 



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INDEX OP THE PROCEEDINGS 



inson's ' History/ 3. 141 n. Elected a 
Resident Member, 4. 113. Accepts 
membership, 4. 124. Letter from, 10. 
45 n. Appointed to prepare a memoir 
of Dr. Joseph Palmer, 12. 329. Letter 
from, accepting the Diary of Rev. Mr. 
Hall, 15. 227. Remarks by, on the 
fragment of the Diary of Dr. McClure, 

16. 155-157. Letter from, to Mr. 
Deane, about the Diary of Rev. David 
Hall, 17. 296. His death, 19. xx. 
Death of, announced by the President, 

19. 4. Resolution of the Society, 19. 
9. Tribute of Dr. Ellis to, 19. 63, 64. 
Mr. Deane appointed to prepare a 
memoir of, 19. 125. Notice of Hon. 
Joseph Allen by, 1. 411-413. His ' Ar- 
chaeology of the United States ' cited, 

17. 176 n. 

Haven, Mrs. Samuel F., 19. 224 n. 

Haven, Williams, & Co., 11. 307. 

Haverhill, Mass., 3. 195; 4. 99 ; 6. 263 n., 
272 n., 282, 283 n., 329 ; 8. 344 ; 12. 394, 
395 ; 16. 53, 284 n., 287, 288, 291, 292. 

20. 313. Purchase of, from the In- 
dians, 6. 262. Indian attacks on, 14. 
131, 148 ; 16. 404. Origin of the name 
of, 12. 397. 

Haverstraw, N. Y., 19. 72. 

Havre -de-Grace, France, observations of 
the merchants of, 4. 430. 

Havre-de-Grace, Md., 10. 220-222, 228 n. 

Hawes, Edmund, 20. 168 n. 

Hawes, Elizabeth, 2. 202. 

Hawes, Elizabeth, daughter of John, not 
half-sister to Nathaniel Rogers, 5. 491, 
494. 

Hawes, Mrs. Elizabeth (Gale, not Gold), 
5. 491, 492. 

Hawes, John, 5. 491, 494. 

Hawkins, Indian, 14. 124. 

Hawkins, Capt., 10. 19 n. 

Hawkins, Alfred, 6. 81. 'Picture of Que- 
bec/ by, n. 200. 

Hawkins, Rev. Dr. Edward, 15. 384. 

Hawkins, Mehitabel (Mrs. Garfield), in- 
scription on the gravestone of, ig. 84. 

Hawkins, Rush C, donations from, 8. 1, 
201 ; 10. 33. 

Hawkins, Samuel, report of a committee 
of the Suffolk Bar as to his qualifica- 
tions for admission, 19. 173. 

Hawkins, Capt. Thomas, 16. 111. 

Hawkins, William, 20. 299 n. 

Hawkins, see also Hawkyns. 

Hawks, Rev. Francis L., D.D., 11. 236. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 
2. 110. Elected, 2. 112. To be re- 
quested to deliver in Boston his four 
historical lectures, 2 128. Declines 
the request, 2. 131. His death, 9. xvi. 
Announcement of it, 9. 355 ; 10. 3. 

Hawks, Sarah (Mrs. Johnson), 20. 314. 

Hawkshaw, Lieut. Thomas, 6th Reg., 
wounded at Lexington, 13. 58. 



Hawkyns, William, 19. 78 n. 

Hawley, Rev. Gideon, 2. 439 ; 10. 161 ; 
13. 253. His description of Sandwich 
and Mashpee, 1. 73. His journey to 
the Indian country, 1. 75. Vote to 
give him copies of Mr. Freeman's let- 
ter, etc., i. 97. Donation from, 1. 154. 
Memoir and letters of, 2. 223, 223 n. 
Papers of, 2. 376. 

Hawley, Rev. James, 1. 154. 

Hawley, Joseph, B.C. 1675,8. 16,23, 27; 
20. 325. 

Hawley, Major Joseph, 1. 293, 294 ; 2. 95 ; 
4. 59 ; 7. 295 ; 8. 473 ; 13. 183, 207 ; 14. 
81, 280 ; 15. 158, 338 ; 20. 47 n. Letter 
from, to President John Adams, 2. 338. 
Letter from, of date 1775, on the re- 
sistance of Massachusetts to the Regu- 
lations Act, 3. 204. 

Hawley Street, 6. 29. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 14. 182; 15. 283; 

16. 418 ; 19. 308, 347 ; 20. 257, 385. 
Friend of L. V Bell, 7. 32. 

Hawtrev, Rev. Edward Craven, D.D., 10. 

430, 455. 
Hay, Dr., 3. 277. 
Hay, Anthony, 14. 265. 
Hay, John, donation from, 1. 137. 
Hay, Col. Udney, 14. 332 ; 19. 72. 
Hayden, Lewis, 16. 25. Donation from, 

10. 368. 
Hayes, Francis B., 14. 216. 
Hayes, John, Sen., death of, 14. 148. 
Hayes, John L., donation from, 11. 500. 
Hayes, Mrs. Rutherford B., 18. 437. 
Hayes, Mrs. Sarah K., donation from, 5. 

87. 
Hayes, William A., gives Washington's 

Newburgh Address, 1. 334. Vote of 

thanks to, 1. 334. 
Hayley, Mrs., 19. 222. 
Hayley, Rev. Thomas, D.D., 6. 18. 
Hayley, William, biographer of Cowper, 

6. 18, 22. 
Hayley, Rev . W., D.D., Dean of Chichester, 

identification of portrait of, 6. 18, 22. 

Sketch of the pedigree of, 6. 22. His 

sermons, 6. 18, 19. 
Hayley & Hopkins, 8. 412. 
Haymarket, Boston, 4. 79. 
Hayne, Gov. Robert Y., 15. 279 ; 18. 63. 

On the Ordinance of 1787, 10. 476, 480. 
Haynes, Capt, 16. 349, 351, 355, 359, 360. 
Haynes, Capt. Aaron, 15. 83. 
Haynes, Aquila, 17. 87. 
Haynes, Prof. Henry W., A.M., 14 206 ; 

17. 242 ; 18. 26, 27, 79 ; 20. 105, 348. 
Donation from, 9. 368. Elected a Resi- 
dent Member, 17. 104. Accepts mem- 
bership, 17. 122. Elected a member of 
the executive committee of the Coun- 
cil, 18. 416 ; 19. 297 ; 20. 199. Of com- 
mittee on an application from the city 
of Boston, 18. 432. Of committee 
on the ' Pickering Papers/ 19. 251. 



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Speaks of the Archaeological Institute 
of America, 19 252. Of a committee 
of arrangements for the Luther Com- 
memoration, 20. 350. Paper by, on 
the Society's motto, 18. 402-404. 

Haynes, Gov. John, 5. 141; 12. 213, 214 ; 
17. 86, 87. 

Haynes, Judge John, 8. 28 ; 17. 87. 

Haynes, Rev. John, d. 1668, 8. 12, 21, 26, 

Haynes, Jonathan, 14. 131. Killed by 
Indians, 14. 132. 

Haynes, Joseph, Haverhill, discourses 
written by, 6. 263, 263 n , 264 n. 

Haynes, Rev. Joseph, B.C. 1658, d. 1679, 
8. 12,21, 26; 17. 87. 

Haynes, Mary (Mrs. Jenks), 10. 106; 17. 
87. 

Haynes, Richard, 11. 205. 

Haynes, Rev. Samuel, 1. 153 ; 17. 87. 

Hays, Judah, 1. 192 n. 

Hayt, William, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Hayte, John, marriage of, 14. 151. 

Hay ward, Lieut. Abner, 15. 76. 

Hay ward, Hon. Beza, 2. 560. 

Hayward, Daniel, 2d, 13. 372. 

Hayward, Edmund, 13. 372. 

Hayward, Hon. Elijah, 2. 560. Nom- 
inated a Corresponding Member, 2. 581. 
Elected, 2. 582. Accepts membership, 
2. 581. Present at a meeting of the 
Society, 2. 585. Death of, 9. xvi ; 10. 
3,35. 

Hayward, Francis, M.D., 17. 301. 

Hayward, George, M.D., 18. 206; 20. 241. 
And ether, 5. 506. 

Hayward, James, 1. 421. 

Hayward, Lemuel, M.D., 10. 51 ; 17. 400. 

Hayward, Mary (Mrs. Hunter), 17. 301. 

Hayward, Nicholas, 11. 205. 

Hayward, P. H., donation from, 2. 336 

Hayward, Susannah (Mrs. Shaw), 10. 51. 

Haywood, Anthony, 20. 211. 

Haywood, Lieut. John, 15. 82, 82 n. 

Haywood, Lieut. Seth, 15. 76. 

Hazard, Ebenezer, i. 40, 57, 177, 214 ; 4. 
136; 10. 161; 13. 219,227,228 ; 14. 91 ; 
15. 258; 18. 183; 19. 109, 111, 377 n. 
Correspondence with Dr. Belknap con- 
cerning the formation of an Histor- 
ical Society, 1. x, xi, xiii, xiii n., xv. 
Nominated a Corresponding Member, 1. 
29. Elected, 1. 36. Donations from, 
1. 30, 39, 100, 111, 166-168, 191, 193, 
202. Death of, 1. 266 n. Judge Davis 
asked to prepare a memoir of, 1. 266. 
A missing volume in his collections 
sought for, 2. 1, 16. * Memoir of/ 2. 
509 n. His correspondence with Dr. 
Belknap, 3. 295 ; 5. 107 ; 8. 432 ; 14. 
93. Letter from, 4. 129-133. Letters 
from Dr. Belknap to, presented, 8. 432. 
Extracts from his correspondence with 
Dr. Belknap relating to Dr. Gordon's 
History, 14. 93-98. His ' Historical 
Collections ' cited, 1. 11, 285 n., 392; 



2. 1, 16 ; 18. 86 n. ; 19. 77 n., 108 n. ; 20. 
64 n. Notice of, cited, 1. 266 n. His 
4 Register/ 2. 1, 16, 18, 23, 145. Cita- 
tions from, 6. 42, 44, 62, 68 n., 73 n. 

Hazard, Samuel, proposes an exchange 
of books, 1. 434, 436. The publications 
of the Society are offered to him in ex- 
change for his * Register/ 2. 1, 16, 18, 
2*3, 146. To furnish a missing volume 
of his late father's collections, 2. 1, 16. 
Report of the Librarian concerning 
proposed exchanges, 2. 23, 24. Dona- 
tions from, 2. 135, 145, 303, 428, 429, 
457. Letter from, 2. 145. Forwards 
the ' Register ' to the Society, 2. 145. 
Exchange of publications, 2. 146. Let- 
ter relating to a Boston almanac, 1743, 
5-59. 

Hazard, Samuel, Jr., donation from, 10. 
134. 

Hazard, Willis P., 18. 183. 

Hazelrig, Sir Arthur, 5. 40 ; 18. 442. 

Hazeltine, Lady, 13. 212. 

Hazeltine, see Hasleton, Lieut. John. 

Hazen, Gen. Moses, 6. 329 ; 13. 76. His 
regiment, 5. 49. 

Hazen, R. L., 13. 76. 

Hazewell, Charles C, 17. 373, 378. 

Hazleton, Capt. Simeon, 15. 82 n. t 83. 

Hazlitt, William, poet, 19 305. 

Hazlitt, Rev. William, his Thanksgiving 
Discourse, 1. 7. 

Head, John, 11. 141. 

Head, Adj. -Gen. Natt, New Hampshire, 
donation from, 10. 320. 

Heald, Lieut. John, 15. 80. 

Heald, Simon, 19. 385 n. 

Healy, George Peter Alexander, 3. iv ; 
10. 310 ; 12. 67. 

Healy, Hon. John P., 19. 194. 

Healy, Joseph, letter of Mr. Motley to, 
16. 406, 407. 

Healy, Capt. Nathaniel, 15. 82. 

Heard, Abigail (Mrs. Clements), 14. 150. 

Heard, Benjamin, 14. 131 n. ; 16. 265. 

Heard, Benjamin, Jr., death of, 14. 131. 

Heard, Elizabeth (Mrs. Horn), 14. 152. 

Heard, Experience (alias Jenkin), 14. 130, 
133. 

Heard, George W., donations from, 2. 27, 
351. 

Heard, James, 14. 131 n. 

Heard, Rev. Jared M., 18. 238. Dona- 
tions from, 5. 41, 86. 

Heard, John, 14. 131 n., 132. Marriage 
of, 14. 150. 

Heard, John, the elder, 14. 126 n., 134 n., 
138 n., 144 n. ; 16. 265 ; 17. 106. Death 
of, 14. 124. 

Heard, Hon. John, 17. 102; 19. 169-171, 
175-178. His autograph, faces 19. 169. 

Heard, Mrs. John (Hull), death of, 14. 144. 

Heard, Nathaniel, death of, 14 134. 

Heard, Phebe, 14. 131 n. Killed by In- 
dians, 14. 132. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Heard, Richard, 17. 159. 

Heard, Samuel, death of, 14. 131. 

Heard, Mrs. Samuel (Otis), 14. 133 n. 

Heard, Sarah (Mrs. Foss), 14. 151. 

Heard, Tristram, 14. 138. 

Hearle, William, 16. 264. 

Hearne, Samuel, his ' Journey from Hud- 
son's Bay to the North Sea,' 1. 103. 

Hearne, Thomas, 14. 94. 

Hearne, Rev. Thomas, 2. 448 n. ; 17. 255. 

Heart and Crown, Boston, 3. 136, 140 ; 20. 
32 

Heath, , 7. 190. 

Heath, Baron, donation from, 10. 206. 

Heath, Bartholomew, killed by Indians, 
14. 139. 

Heath, Isaac, 13. 340 ; 17. 142, 142 n. 

Heath, Robert, editor of the 'Ladies' 
Diary/ 7. 126. 

Heath, Sir Robert, 11. 173n., 186«. ; 20 
341. 

Heath, Vernon, 13. 326. Vote of thanks 
to, 13. 327. Letter of, to Mr. Winthrop, 

13. 350 n. 

Heath, William, Roxbury, 19. 389. 
Heath, William, a refugee from Boston 

in 1776, 18. 267. 
Heath, Gen. William, 4. 287 ; 8. 473 ; 10. 

89,164; 11. 141; 12. 122,229; 13. 183; 

14. 73, 74, 78, 81, 275, 283, 286 ; 15. 84, 
85, 87, 90, 129, 133, 143, 146, 150, 154, 
156; 16. 162, 174 ; 18. 381 ; 19. 67, 70, 
72 ; 20. 327. Nominated a Resident 
Member, 1. 29. Elected, 1. 35. De- 
clines membership, 1. 37, 37 n. His 
papers and manuscripts 4. 288 ; 5. 44. 
See Heath Papers. Letters to, and from 
George Washington, 4. 289, 290, 296, 
297, 305, 306. Report of, 4. 299, 300, 
302. Letter of, 4. 300. Collision with 
Gen. Lee, 4. 305-307. Letter to, from 
Gen. Lee, 4. 306, 307. Letter to, from 
Gen. Warren, 5. 365. Remarks on the 
Constitution and slave-trade, 6, 150, 
151. Letter from, to Capt. James 
Brewer, 6. 260, 261. Mentioned by 
Gen. St. Clair in his letter of self-vindi- 
cation, 6. 357. Officers of the regiment 
of, 15. 84, 84 n. His < Memoirs,' 1. 123 
14. 73 n. 

Heath Papers, 4. 287-308 ; 5. 44, 63 ; 9, 
374 ; 10. 164 ; 16. 174 ; 20. 327. Con- 
sulted by Dr. Bell, 7. 77. Serial of, 
announced, 15. 319. 

Heavitree, 3. 144 n. 

Heberden, Dr. William, 5. 388. 

Hebrew, study of, in Harvard College, 
18. 122. 

Heckeren de Beverswaard, Jacques 
Thierri van, 16. 449. 

Hedge, Mr., schoolmaster, New Ipswich, 5. 
254. 

Hedge, Abby Burr (Mrs. Warren), 19. 
426. 

Hedge, Barnabas, Jr., 11. 9; 19. 426. 



Hedge, Frederic H., Jr., 12. 73, 220 ; 13. 
275; 15.268. Elected Assistant Libra- 
rian, 11. 33. Assistant Librarian, 11. 
38, 246 ; 12. 76, 216, 223. Donations 
from, 11. 500. 

Hedge, Rev. Frederic Henry, D.D , 8 
257; 10. 135, 412; 11. 370, 376; 12. 6, 
330 , 20. 265, 350. Donations from, 2. 
71; 4. 1, 330; 5. 228, 309; 6. 15; 11. 
160, 501 ; 13. 83. Elected a Resident 
Member, 3. 264. Accepts membership, 
3. 265. Signs a memorial to the Legis- 
lature, remonstrating against a petition 
of the Historic, Genealogical Society for 
a change of its corporate name, 3. 266- 
270. Remarks, 4. 374. Vote of thanks 
to, 5. 100. Remarks on Rev. Convers 
Francis, D.D., 7. 5-7. Appointed to 
prepare a memoir of Dr. Frothingham, 
11. 239. Reads extracts from a sermon 
of Rev. James Allin, 12. 247. Address 
by, at the commemoration of the four 
hundredth anniversary of the birth of 
Luther, 20. 364-383. Vote of thanks 
to, 20. 401. ' Memoir of N. L. Froth- 
ingham, D.D.,' by, 11. 371-386. 

Hedge, Levi, LL.D., i. 252, 253, 257, 
262, 270, 272, 277, 279, 283, 335, 339, 
348, 500 n. ; 8. 5; 10. 219; 16. 16; 20. 
233, 235. Nominated a Resident Mem- 
ber, 1. 249. Elected, 1.249. Appointed 
to prepare a memoir of Dr. McKean, 1. 
273. Resigns membership, 1. 396. 

Hedge, Mercy (Mrs. Davis), 11. 94. 

Hefferson, Jane, a refugee from Boston 
in 1776, 18. 267. 

Heine, Heinrich, 3. 384. 

Heineccius, Joharm Gottlieb, classes of 
frauds committed on seals, 6. 55. 

Heley, Mrs. Margaret (Gore), 13. 424. 

Heley, Mrs Mary ( Rogers), 5. 493, 495, 498. 

Heley, William, 5. 495, 498. 

Helgason, Adalbrand, 13. 362. 

Helgason, Thorwald, 13. 362. 

Heliot, 3. 34. 

' Hell-Gate/ passage through, 11. 24. 

Hellebore, 5. 389. 

Helmet of Sir Laurence Washington, 5. 
148, 149. 

Helmont, John Baptist van, 5. 386. 

Helps, Arthur, 11. 239; 19. 329. 

Heist, Bartolomeus van der, 16. 418. 

Helvicus, Christophorus, his ' Chronolo- 
gia/ 1. 53. 

Hely, Goodman, 8. 16. 

Hemans, Felicia Dorothea, 18. 176. 

Hemenway, Charles P., ig. 357. 

Hemenway, Rev. Moses, D.D., 17. 156. 
Papers of, 2. 306. 

Hemmenway, Artemas, 14. 392. 

Hemmenway, Joshua, 20. 323. 

Hemp, 1. 12. 'Treatises on Husbandry 
of/ 1. 79; 3. 327. 

Hempstead Bay, L. I., a resort of British 
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Hemso, see Graberg de Hemso. 

Henchman, Daniel, 16. 389. 

Henchman, Daniel, the elder, portrait of, 

by Blackburn, 16. 389. 
Henchman, Mrs. Daniel, portrait of, by 

Blackburn, 16. 389. 
Henchman, Humphry, Bishop of London, 

7. 344, 346. Facsimile of signature, y. 

facing 346. 
Henchman, Lydia (Mrs. Hancock), see 

Hancock. 
Henchman, Samuel, 11. 141. 
Henchman, Thomas, 14. 124 n. 
Hendee, Charles J. (Carter, Hendee, $- 

Co.), 17. 121. 
Henderson, Deacon Benjamin, donation 

from, 1. 75. 
Henderson, Rev. D. P., donation from, 3. 

182. 
Henderson, Howard, marriage of, 14. 152. 
Henderson, James, a refugee from. Bos- 
ton in 1776, 18. 267. 
Henderson, John, aged 105, 8. 436. 
Henderson, Joseph,^. 217, 237 ; 11. 141; 

14. 92 ; 20. 11. 
Henderson, Mrs. Sarah, 14. 152. 
Hendley, Samuel, 20. 124. 

Hendrick, Indian sachem, 19. 404, 405, 
418. His dream, and Sir Wm. John- 
son's counter-dream, 19. 403, 403 n. 

Hendrick Aupaumut, Indian, 19. 395, 410, 
414, 415. 

Henin, Princess de, letter to, from La- 
fayette, 6 117. 

Hening, William W\, 10. 26. His ' Stat- 
utes at Large ' quoted, 6 236 ; 10. 26 ; 
defective, 10. 29 n. 'Statutes of Vir- 
ginia ' by, presented, 11. 228. 

Henksman, , 17, 249. 

Henley, Mr., 7. 123. 

Henley, Major David, 14. 276, 277; 15. 
87. Appointed brigade-major, 15. 143. 

Henley, Dr. Leonard, 15. 231 n. 

Henley, Mrs. Samuel, 15. 235 n. 

Henley, Rev. Samuel, D.D., 15. 230-233, 
233 n.-235 n., 236, 237, 238 n., 239, 240 n. 
Sketch of the life of, 15. 230-241. Let- 
ters to, from James Madison, 15. 232, 
234. Letter to, from Thomas Jeffer- 
son, 15. 233. Catalogue of books of, 

15. 234. Marriage, 15. 235. Specifica- 
tion of losses sustained by, 15. 235 n. 
Death, 15. 236. Writings, 15. 237- 
241. Letter to, from Edmund Law, 
15. 237n.-239n. ; from Thomas Percy, 
15. 239 n. ; from W. Beckford, 15. 240 n. 
Personal appearance, 15. 336. 

Henly, , 17. 249. 

Henneberg, Margarite, Countess of, legend 

of, 11. 132. 
Hennepin, Louis, 1. 73. 
Henquid, Indian, 14. 130. 
Henrick, Lieut. Joseph, 15. 78, 78 n. 
Henrietta Maria, Queen, 12. 191. 
Henry, a Norman name, 3. 9. 



Henry I. of Germany, 20. 379. 

Henry II. of England, 11. 418. 

Henry IV. of Castile, 10. 163. 

Henry IV. of England, 20. 162. 

Henry IV. of France, 11. 209, 412 n.; 15. 

54 ; 16. 465. 
Henry IV. of Germany, 11. 414, 427. 
Henry V. of England, 17. 305 ; 20. 162. 
Henry VI. of England, 20. 160 n. 
Henry VII. of England, 10. 383; 20. 145n., 

160. 
Henry VIII. of England, 1. 103 ; 6. 42 ; 

10. 383; ii.'423t2.,435; 20. 97. Man- 
umits Henry Knight and J: Herle, 7. 
311. 

Henry Frederic, Duke of Cumberland, 19. 

221. 
' Henry, Alexander, Narrative of/ cited, 

11. 160. 

Henry, Anthony, 1. 441. 

Henry, Bernard, to receive Vol. V. of 
the third series of the Collections, 2. 64. 

Henry, Rev. Caleb S., D.D., donation 
from, 2. 551. 

Henry, John, actor, 11. 22, 23. 

Henry, John McFadden, see McFadden. 

Henry, Prof Joseph, LL.D., 13. 377 ; 16. 
209. Letter from, 2. 574. Report con- 
cerning the matter of his letter, 2. 594. 
Second report on the subject of his 
letter, 2. 598. 

Henry, Capt. Malcomb, 15. 84. 

Henry, Patrick, 9. 192; 11. 106, 110; 12. 
289; 18. 420. Manuscript letter of, 2. 

66. At the Virginia Convention, 6. 
159, 162, 163. Chosen Governor of 
Virginia, 7. 260. Wirt's ' Life of,' 10. 
228 n. 

Henry, Stephen Bruce, 20. 11. 

Henry, William Wirt, 19. 285. Elect- 
ed a Corresponding Member, 19. 102. 
Accepts membership, 19. 123. 

Henselmann, Ludwig, Esq., donation 
from, 9. 177. 

Henshaw, Almira, 15. 74. 

Henshaw, Andrew, 11. 141. 

Henshaw, Benjamin, 15. 74. 

Henshaw, C. C, donations from, 4. 196, 
226. 

Henshaw, Daniel, 11. 141 ; 15. 65, 74. 

Henshaw, David, 15. 65. 

Henshaw, Hon. David, 15. 65; 19. 39. 

Henshaw, Elizabeth (M/ss Bass K15. 65,74. 

Henshaw, Elizabeth (Mrs. Flint), 15. 74. 

Henshaw, Miss H. E., 16. 156. 

Henshaw, Horatio Gates, 15. 72, 74. 

Henshaw, John A., 15. 268; 16. 169; 17. 
72 ; 18. 32, 412 ; 19 293 ; 20. 195. 

Henshaw, Joseph, 15. 74. 

Henshaw, Col. Joseph, 11. 141; 15 65- 

67, 89, 93, 95, 97, 99, 101. 
Henshaw, Mrs. Joseph, 12. 323. 
Henshaw, Joshua, 15. 65. 

Henshaw, Joshua, 2d, 4. 65 ; 11. 141 ; 15. 
65, 66 ; 20. 7. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



Henshaw, Joshua, 3c?, 15 66, 67. 

Henshaw, Katharine, 15. 74. 

Henshaw, Lucinda (Mrs. Daugherty), 15. 

74. 
Henshaw, Phebe (Mrs. Denny), 15. 74. 
Henshaw, Mrs. Phebe (Swan), 15. 72, 74. 
Henshaw, Ruth (Mrs. Bascom), 15. 74. 
Henshaw, Mrs. Ruth (Sargent), 15. 66, 

Henshaw, Sarah (Mrs. Scott), 15. 74. 

Henshaw, Col. William, 15. 05, 67, 74, 75, 
76 n., 79 n., 81 n., 84, 85, 90, 93, 95, 99- 
101, 112, 113, 117-120, 142, 145n.; 16. 
156, 336 n. ; 17. 32. His ' Orderly- 
Book/ 14. 340; 15. 75-160. His auto- 
graph and portrait, 15. 65. ' Memoir 
of/ by Gov. Washburn, 15. 65-73. 
Memoranda from the Family Bible of, 
15 74. 

Henshaw, William, Jr , 15. 74. 

' Herald,' see ' Boston Herald.' 

' Herald and Genealogist/ 13. 125. 

' Herald of Freedom/ 1. 7, 13. 

'Herald of Gospel Liberty/ the first re- 
ligious newspaper, 10. 314, 315. 

' Heraldic Journal/ donations from the 
proprietors of, 8 171, 201, 274, 314, 
431, 463, 480 ; 9. 196, 247,' 357, 463 ; 
10. 21, 40, 86, 117, 206, 320, 484. 

' Heraldic Magazine/ 10. 486. 

Herbelot, Barthelemy d\ 8. 226. His 
' Bibliotheque Orientale/ 2. 47. 

Herbert, George, 17. 342 ; 19. 310. And 
John Cotton, by Rev. Robert C. 
Waterston, 9. 457. Quotation from 
Herbert's ' Poem/ by Pres. Dunster, g. 
464. His ' Sacred Poems/ 1. 122. 

Herbert, Thomas, Earl of Pembroke, see 
Pembroke. 

Herbert, Sir Thomas, his ' Travels ' cited, 
18. 9. 

Herbert of Cherbury, Edward, 1st Lord 
of, 3. 391 ; 18. 393. His Expedition to 
the Isle of Rhe, 6. 15. 

Hercules, steamer, 7. 417. 

Herd, Adj., 15. 93. 

Herd, Benjamin, 17. 355. 

' Hereticks/ disallowance of an act of the 
Colony of Connecticut so entitled, 9. 
501. 

Herington, Jonathan, 17. 158. 

Herkimer, Gen. Nicholas, 19. 405. Ac- 
count of the death of, 19. 408. 

Herle, John, manumitted, 7. 311. 

Herlein, J. D., his ' History of the Plant- 
ing of Surinam/ 1. 217. 

Herman, Col., 7. 202. 

Herman, Lieut. William, 15. 84. 

Hermann, Johann Gottfried Jakob, 16. 
315,316; 18. 181. 

Hermon, Thomas, death of, 14. 134. 

Herndon, William H., letter from, 2. 228, 
228 n. 

Herodotus, 3. 235, 384; 16. 418; 20. 234, 
235, 252. 



'Herwologia Anglica/ contains the first 
regular series of English heads, 2. 613. 

H[errey], R. F., his ' Two Right Profita- 
ble and Fruitfull Concordances/ 2. 
277 n. 

Herrick, Edward C, 17. 94. Donations 
from, 2. 375, 435, 466 ; 3. 32 a. 

Herrick, Rev. II.. donation from, 5. 159. 

Herrick, Capt. Israel, 16. 336. 

Herrick, Lieut. Nathaniel, 15. 79 n. 

Herring, Elbert, his 'Oration on the 
Death of George Clinton/ 13. 62. 

Herring, James, letter to the Society, 
asking aid in the preparation of a book 
to be entitled ' Illustrations of Ameri- 
can History/ 2. 22, 22 n. Publishes 
the ' National Portrait Gallery of Dis- 
tinguished Americans/ 2. 22, 22 n. His 
communication referred to Judge Davis 
and Rev. Mr. Felt, 2. 23. Report of 
committee on his application, 2. 25. 26. 
His 'Illustrations of American His- 
tory/ 2. 22, 22 n., 25. 

Herring, Michael, 14. 385. His auto- 
graph, 14. frontispiece. 

Herring, Thomas J., donations from, 4. 
196, 226, 247 ; 8. 466; 10. 368. 

Herschel, William, 10. 91 ; 18. 131. 

Hersey, Charles, 18. 64. 

Hersey, Deborah (Mrs. Lincoln), 19. 381. 

Hersey, Eliza Jane (Mrs. Andrew), 18. 64. 

Hersey, Ezekiel, A.M., his legacvto Har- 
vard College, 7. 182^ 183; 17. 395. 

Hersey, Isaac, donation from, 3. 114. 

Hersey, William, 19. 381. 

Hertel de Rouville, 11. 311-313, 320. 

Hervev, Lord Arthur, Bishop of Bath 
and Wells, 10. 329; 12. 293; 13 330; 
14. 157 ; 16. 12. Elected a Correspond- 
ing Member, 4. 287. Accepts member- 
ship, 4. 365. Donation from, 5. 64. 
Transferred to the class of Honorary 
Members, 13. 425. 

Hervey, Gen. William, 14. 239. 

Hesiod, 20. 235. 

Hessian troops, 3. 334; 6. 194, 206, 219, 
226. Extracts from the Journal of an 
Hessian officer, 6. 194. 

Hester, John, refugee, 18. 267. 

Hetfield, Col., 18. 75. 

Hettema, Judge Montanus, 8. 187. 

Heuston, Richard, donation from, 2. 451. 

Hevelius, see Hovel. 

Hew, Simon, 20. 325. 

Hewatt, Rev. Alexander, D.D., his ' His- 
torical Account of South Carolina and 
Georgia/ 1. 122. 

Hewes, Daniel, 20. 13. 

Hewes, George Robert Twelve, 12. 181 ; 
13. 172, 178. 

Hewes, Rev. J. T., 15. 215. 

Hewes, Joseph, North Carolina, 15. 393. 

Hewes, Joseph, Providence, 1. 112. His 
' Collection of Occurrences and Facts/ 
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Hewes, Robert, n. 141. 

Hewes, Samuel, donations from, i. 68, 
112. 

Hewes, Sol., 7. 191. And wife, 7. 199. 

Hewes, Thomas, donation from, 1. 91. 

Hewings, Jacob, 20. 323. 

Hewins, Lieut. Enoch, 15. 76. 

Hewitt, Capt., 10. 426. 

Hewitt, Will, 3. 260. 

Hewland, John, death of, 14. 140. 

Hewlett, Aaron Molineaux, 8. 68. 

Hewley, Lady Sarah, 17. 305. 

Hews & Goss, Messrs., vote to lend cer- 
tain volumes of newspapers to, 1. 275. 

Hewson, Thomas G., M.D., 17. 424. 

Hewson, Thomas T., letter received from, 

I. 252. 

Heylyn, Rev. Peter, D.D., his ' Cosmo- 
graphie,' 1. 60, 61. His * Theologia 
Veterum/ 18. 427. 

Heyn, Adm. Peter, 11. 296. 

Heyne, Christian Gottlob, 15. 231 n. ; 18. 
402. 

Heyward, Judge Thomas, 15. 393. 

Heywood, George, 13. 449. 

Heywood, Oliver, 17. 305. 

Heywood, S P., 3. 102. 

Hiawatha, Indian, 19. 241, 243. 

Hibbins, Mrs. Ann, 10. 160. 

Hibbins, William, 20. 1, 2. 

Hicham Woods, 3. 180. 

Hichborn, Benjamin, see, Hitchbora. 

Hichborn, Thomas, n. 141. 

Hichborn, Thomas, Jr., 11. 141. 

Hickcox, John H., donation from, 2. 526 ; 
3. 132 ; 9. 463. 

Hickes, Rev. Giasper, 17. 255 n. 

Hickling, William, 11. 141. 

Hickman, Mrs., the possessor of valua- 
ble historical manuscripts, 2. 20. 

Hicks, , a refugee from Boston in 

1776, 18. 267. 

Hicks, Fanny, Boston, naturalized, 4. 362. 

Hicks, John, Boston, naturalized, 4. 362. 

Hicks, Zechariah, 6. 341. 

Hide, Lieut., 15. 106. 

Hide, Timothy, 18. 16. 

Hieronymus Sophronius, Eusebius {St. 
Jerome), 19. 263. On the place of 
separate souls, 8. 225. His ' Commen- 
tary on Ecclesiastes ' cited, 18. 404. 
His ' Opera,' 18 427. 

Higginson, Col., 12. 367. 

Higginson, Mr., 16. 107. 

Higginson, Mrs., 16. 125. 

Higginson, Rev. Francis, 5. 366 ; 8. 416 ; 

II. 145, 201; 15. 217 ; 16. 205; 17. 123, 
125, 340, 346, 358; 18. 42, 298, 300 ; 20. 
65n., 118. Portrait of, 19. 312. His 
' New England Plantation/ 3. 286, 287. 
Confession of faith drawn up by, for 
the First Church in Salem, 6. 319. A 
paper ascribed to, 7. 340-344. Cited, 
12. 349 n. 

Higginson, Francis L., 19. 357. 



Higginson, George, 1. 192 n. 

Higginson, Henry, 11. 308. And Nathan 
Appleton, 5 257. 

Higginson, John, 20. 325. 

Higginson, Rev. John, d. 1708, Salem, 12. 
106,367,375; 15.196,217. His mention 
of Mather, 2. 37 n. General Election 
Sermon of, 2. 293 n. Letter signed by, 
2. 466. Letter of Judge Sewall to, 12. 
364. His 'Deplorable State of New 
England/ 1. 19. His 'Attestation/ 6. 
406. 

Higginson, Mary, 18. 42. 

Higginson, Nathaniel, 19. 163. 

Higginson, Nathaniel, d. 1708, 8. 14, 22, 
27 ; 12. 367. Letter of Judge Sewall 
to, 12. 367. 

Higginson, Mrs. Sarah (Whitefield), 12. 
364. 

Higginson, Stephen, d. 1828, 8. 320. Let- 
ter to, from Samuel Osgood, 5. 465- 
476. 

Higginson, Stephen, Jr., d. 1834, 1. 150. 
156, 192 n. ; 11. 308. Nominated a Res- 
ident Member, 1. 150. Elected, 1. 151. 
Donations from, 1. 153, 218. Resigns 
membership, 1. 227. Notice of, 1. 
500 n. 

Higginson, Col. Thomas W., A.M., 17. 
60; 18. 26; 19. 316, 320, 321. Dona- 
tion from, 8. 431. Elected a Corre- 
sponding Member, 15. 163. Accepts 
membership, 15. 177. Vote of thanks 
to, 15. 383. Elected a Resident Mem- 
ber, 17. 352. Accepts membership, 17. 
360. Speaks of the name of a bridge 
near Plymouth, N. H., 18. 261. Pre- 
sents a letter from J. C. Calhoun to 
Theodore Lyman, 19. 279. Gives a 
copy of an early plan of Lebanon, 
Conn., 19. 379, 380. Remarks by, on the 
word ' rath/ 20. 227-229. His ' Young 
Folks' History of the United States/ 
17. 91. His • Memoir of Dr. Harris/ ig. 
318. English edition of his ' Common- 
sense about Women/ 19. 325. 

Higginson, Waldo, presents a Collection 
of the writings of * Laco/ 3. 281. 

High Fort, Roxbury, 12. 261. 

' High Life Below' Stairs/ 17. 206. 

High School, see English High School. 

High Street, Philadelphia, 17. 205 n. 

Hilaire, Saint, see Geoffroy, etc. 

Hildebrand, Pope, see Gregory VII. 

Hildersham, Rev. Arthur, 11. 209. 

Hildreth, Richard, 20. 329. Donation 
from, 2. 444. Elected a Resident Mem- 
ber, 3. 67. Declines membership, 3. 
113. Elected a Corresponding Mem- 
ber, 4. 52. Accepts membership, 4. 107. 
Death of, 8. xvi, 459. His ' History of 
the United States' cited, 20. 298 n. 

Hildreth, Samuel P., M.D , 17. 181 n., 
185 n. Donations from, 2. 428, 432. His 
'Pioneer History' cited, 17. 176n., 181w. 



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INDEX OF THE PROCEEDINGS 



183n., 184 n., 186 w.-189 n., 191 n., 193 n., 
194 n. His ' Memoirs of the Pioneer 
Settlers' cited, 17. 176 w., 177 n., 179 n., 
186 w., 190 n., 192 n.. 195n. 

Hill, Ca/rf., 16. 352, 357, 360, 361. 

Hill, Dr., 11. 141. 

Hill, />., his Episcopal Chapel at Athens, 
5- 445. 

Hill, ,Esq., 16.213. 

Hill, , innkeeper, 11. 26, 27, 31. 

Hill, Mr., 16. 284, 287, 292, 295, 296. 

Hill, Mr., Providence, 7. 204. 

Hill, Sergeant, sentenced by a court-mar- 
tial, 16. 363. 

Hill, Hon. Aaron, 17. 113. 

Hill, Alexander, 11. 141 ; ig. 151. 

Hill, Rev. Alonzo, D.D., 2. 255 n. ; 11. 82. 
Donations from, 2. 474 ; 4. 437. 

Hill, Asenath (Mrs. Garfield), 19 89. 

Hill, Clement H., A.M., 20 189. Dona- 
tions from, 7. 100, 115, 139, 140, 143, 
152, 168, 298, 356, 308, 376 ; 8. 1, 76, 
88, 171, 254, 431, 466 ; 9. 227, 255, 463; 
10. 40, 105, 117; 11. 500. Elected a 
Resident Member, 19. 310. Accepts 
membership, 19. 325. Elected Record- 
ing Secretary pro tempore, 20. 57. Re- 
cording Secretary, pro tempore, 20. 171. 
Of committee to publish the Sewall 
Correspondence, 20. 104. Elected a 
member of the executive committee of 
the Council, 20. 199. Vote of thanks 
to, 20. 199. Of committee to publish 
the Proceedings, 20 204. Of com- 
mittee to consider the proposed plan 
of a Centennial History of the United 
States, 20. 327. Remarks by, on the 
legality of the establishment of Courts 
of Oyer and Terminer, 20. 333. Re- 
ports from the committee on the pro- 
posed Centennial History of the United 
States, 20. 350. 

Hill, Edward, 1693, 6. 349. 

Hill, Edward, 1775, 8. 377; 19. 151. Death 
of, 8. 403. 

Hill, Hamilton, donations from, 6. 249; 
7. 140, 338. 

Hill, Hannah (Mrs. Cox), 14. 151. 

Hill, Henry, 11. 141; 12. 61; 19. 211, 
214, 214 «., 215. 

Hill, Mrs. Henry, 12. 323. 

Hill, Gov. Isaac, N. H., 7. 36, 38 n. 

Hill, Copt. James, 12. 108: 20 2, 3, 323. 

Hill, Capt. Jeremiah, 4. 298; 15. 82, 90, 
111. 

Hill, John, Esq., 20. 325 

Hill, John, Dover, 16. 265. 

Hill, Gen. John, 13. 211 ; 20. 33. 

Hill, Judge John, 11. 141 ; 20. 169. 

Hill, Lieut. Jonathan, 15. 80. 

Hill, Mary (Mrs. Buss), 14. 147 n. 

Hill, Nathaniel, 14. 147 n. 

Hill, Samuel, 1. 141 n. 

Hill, Mr. T., 19. 216. 

Hill, Thomas, donations from, 1. 88, 89. 



Hill, Rev. Thomas, D.D., Pres. Harv. 
Coll., 8. 75; 10. 310; 13. 266; 20. 250. 
Elected a Resident Member, 9. xiii. 
Donations from, 9 81, 357. Ceases to 
be a Resident Member, 13. 80. The 
Society's Publications to be sent to 
him, 13. 80. Elected a Corresponding 
Member, 13. 104. Accepts member- 
ship, 13. 105. 

Hill, Valentine, 14. 147; 16. 111. 

Hill, William, 1689, 12. 116. 

Hill, William, donation from, 1. 76, 79. 

Hill, William, his edition of Dionysius, 

1. 153. 

Hill, William, North Carolina, a law stu- 
dent, 19. 159-161. 

Hill, William, refugee, 18. 267. 

Hill, Wills, see Hillsborough, 1st Earl of. 

Hillakd, Hon. George S., LL.D., i. 
429w.; 4.102; g 192; 10. 84, 141, 273 n., 
430, 442 ; 11. 486 ; 12. 6, 41, 51, 72, 145, 
250; 13. 75, 350; 15. 7, 312; 16. 164, 
181, 428; 17. 33, 35-39, 44-47, 61, 66; 
18. 29, 62, 206, 312; 19. 226. His 
death, 1. xliv ; 16. xvi. One of the 
twenty-six members in the heliotype 
frontispiece, 2. vii; 3. 32a. Nominated 
a Resident Member, 2. 259. Elected, 

2. 260. Accepts membership, 2. 262. 
Present at meetings of the Society, 2. 
262, 272, 287, 294, 298, 300, 318, '329, 
370, 429, 430, 434, 441, 450, 460, 472, 
477, 513, 581, 596, 599. Of Scrutinizing 
Committee, 2. 271. Of committee to 
consider a proposition from the Boston 
Athenaeum, 2. 295. To prepare a me- 
moir of Judge Story, 2. 325. Of com- 
mittee to count the ballots for officers, 
2. 370. Of committee to consider the 
matter of volumes to be sent to the 
Smithsonian Institution, 2. 574. Re- 
ports concerning the matter of Pro- 
fessor Henry's letter, 2. 594, 598. Of 
committee to revise the By-Laws, 3. 
154. Joins in the remonstrance con- 
cerning the name of the Historic, Gen- 
ealogical Society, 3. 266-270. On 
Macaulay, 4. 426 On Pres. Eelton, 
5. 446-457. Remarks and resolutions 
on the death of Edward Everett, 8. 
107-114, 124. Remarks on the death 
of George Livermore, 8. 453, 454. Do- 
nation from, 9. 368. Tribute to Hon. 
John P. Kennedy, 11. 367, 368. Re- 
marks on the death of George Ticknor, 
12. 19-23. Appointed to prepare a 
memoir of him, 12. 29. Elected a 
member of the Standing Committee, 
12. 80, 225. Synopsis of his remarks 
at the Scott Centennial meeting, 12. 
147. Tribute to Dr. Lieber, 12. 265- 
268. Remarks on the death of Mr. J. 
Francis Fisher, 12. 332, 333. Vote of 
thanks to, on retiring from the Stand- 
ing Committee, 13. 21. Announces the 



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bequest of Mr. James Savage, 13. 50. 
Tribute of, to Mr. George T. Davis, 15. 
309. Appointed to prepare a memoir of 
Col. Aspinwall, 16. 111. Communicates 
a memoir of Mr. James Savage, 16. 
111. Death of, announced, 17. 33. 
Remarks on the death of, by Mr. Win- 
throp, 17. 35-38. Resolution of the 
Society on the death of, 17. 38. Trib- 
ute of Dr. Holmes to, 17. 38-40. Trib- 
ute of Mr. Saltonstall, 17. 44-46. Let- 
ter from Mr. Tuttle on the death of, 
17. 47. A portrait of, presented to the 
Society, 17. 165. His portrait, 19. fron- 
tispiece. ' Memoir of/ by Gen. F. W. 
Palfrey, 19. 339-348. Birth, parentage, 
and education, 19 339. Teacher at 
Round Hill School, 19. 339. Begins to 
practise law, 19. 339. A member of 
the Legislature, 19. 340 ; of the City 
Council, 19. 340. City Solicitor, 19. 
340. Marriage, 19 340. United States 
District Attorney, 19 340. Illness and 
death, 19. 342. His character as a 
lawyer, 19. 342, 343 ; as an orator, 19. 
344, 345; as a politician, jg. 345. Per- 
sonal traits, 19 343-345. Personal ap- 
pearance, 19. 344. Memorial verses by 
Mr. W. W. Story, 19. 346-348. 'Me- 
moir of Joseph Story, LL.D./ by, 2 
324 n. ; 10. 175-205. His < Eulogy of 
Daniel Webster/ 2. 530. ' Memoir of 
C. C. Felton' by, 10. 351-368. His 
1 Memoir of Jeremiah Mason/ 13. 268. 
1 Memoir of James Savage ' by, 16. 117— 
153. Editor of the ' Christian Register* 
and 'The Jurist,' 19. 339, 340. His 
' Six Months in Italy/ 19. 340. Editor 
of the ' Courier/ 19. 340. His orations, 
lectures, etc., 19. 341. Publications of, 
19. 342. 

Hillard, John, 19. 339. 

Hillard, Mrs. Sarah (Stillman), 19. 339. 

Hillard, Mrs. Susan T. (Howe), 19. 340. 

Hillard, Hyde, & Dickinson, Messrs.. 19. 
341. 

Hiller, J., Jr., pen-and-ink sketch of Pres. 
Washington by, 13. 243. 

Hiller, Joseph {Hall fr Hiller), 1. 158, 
159. 

Hillhouse, Mary L., donation from, 5. 
159. 

Hilliard, Abraham, 8 46. Claims the 
Winthrop Manuscript Catalogue for 
the Winthrop heirs, 2. 44. Commuift- 
cation from, concerning a catalogue 
and certain writings of H m. W. Win- 
throp, 2. 323, 323 n., 324 n. 

Hilliard, Timothy, 16. 265. 

Hilliard, R?v. Timothy, d. 1790, 1. 7. 

Hilliard, William {Hilliard fr Metcalf), 
1. 243 n., 495; 8.61; 13. 27. 

Hills, Joseph, 12. 98. 

Hills, Stephen, donations from, 1. 76, 
79. 



Hillsborough, Wills Hill, 1st Earl of, 1. 12, 
21, 26, 75, 89 ; 8. 338, 370 ; 12. 11, 208, 
209, 211 ; 13. 164 n. ; 16. 156 ; 19. 74, 
140, 141. Letters to, from Gov. Hutch- 
inson, 6. 484-487 ; 19. 129-137. Letter 
of Sir John Temple to, 12. 207. 

Hillsborough, N. C, 6. 164. 

Hilton, Mrs. Ann (Dudley), 14. 126 n. 

Hilton, Edward, 14. 126 n., 363, 365, 367, 
368, 376 n. ; 16. 265. 

Hilton, Joshua, captured by Indians, 14. 
146. 

Hilton, William, 1689, 17. 228. 

Hilto