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INDEX 

TO THE SECOND SERIES 

OF THE 

PROCEEDINGS 

OP THE 

MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL SOCIETY 



Committee to Superbtse tf)e Intiex. 

ALBERT BUSHNKLL HART. 
ROGER BIGELOW MERRIMAN. 



IntJexet. 
DAVID MAYDOLE MATTESON. 



INDEX 



TO THE SECOND SEKIES 



OF THE 



PROCEEDIJSfGS 



OF THE 



p[as$acIjHsetts pist0rical ^mi^. 



1884-1907. 



Publiebelj at tl)e Cjbarse of tije ^eaftotg Junti. 




BOSTON : 
PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY. 

MDCCCCIX 



John Wilson and Son, Cambridge, U. S. A. 



PREFACE. 



Mr. Matteson's very complete explanatory introduc- 
tion which follows renders unnecessary any extended 
preface by the Committee which has supervised his work. 
It has been the aim of the Committee to follow as far as 
possible the precedents set in the Index to the First Series 
of the Proceedings of the Society, taking due account of 
advances in the modern practice of indexing ; the few 
innovations made are intended to secure increased clear- 
ness and convenience. There remains the pleasant duty 
of grateful acknowledgment of the help received from 
Dr. Samuel A. Green, First Vice-President and Librarian 
of the Society, and from Mr. Julius H. Tuttle, Assistant 
Librarian, who have revised and corrected the proofs of 
the Index, and solved many troublesome problems in 
connection with its preparation. 

ALBERT BUSHNELL HART. 
ROGER BIGELOW MERRIMAN. 
June, 1908. 



expla:n"atory introductioit. 



In the compiling of this Index three purposes have been 
kept in view : (1) to show the activities of the Society as 
a whole and of the different members at the various 
meetings of which the Second Series of the Proceedings 
is the record ; (2) to analyze the historical and biographical 
matter in the Series ; (3) to record all names of possible 
genealogical or geographical value. 

Under the general heading of ^^Massachusetts Historical 
Society/' and the cross-references from it, have been 
arranged all the items which relate to the proceedings 
of the Society as a whole. The names of all members of 
the Society, past or present — resident, corresponding, or 
honorary — appear as headings in black-faced type, and 
with the names given in full. If the communications of 
a member have been numerous enough to w^arrant it, they 
have been arranged by themselves in a second paragraph 
under his name, and this fact is indicated by the words 
"[^Commimications follow]" immediately after the heading. 
In this second paragraph are entered all communications 
of which the contents are given, or at least the character 
indicated, in the Proceedings; but "remarks," as merely 
indicative of the member s presence at the meeting and 
participation in the proceedings, are grouped under an 
entry in the first paragraph. A communication is usually 
indicated by the word " on," but more formal papers are 
entered by title in small capitals. In general, the use of 



Vlll EXPLANATORY INTRODUCTION. 

small capitals in this connection shows that the com- 
munication is of some length and receives a title in the 
Proceedings, but the form is also used for some communi- 
cations not so presented but yet involving much research. 
Biographical accounts of members are entered under the 
general title ^'Memoirs," as well as imder the names 
of the writers and subjects ; all memoirs and tributes are 
analyzed under the names of the subjects. Portraits and 
autographs are also grouped under the general headings 
of " Portraits " and " Autographs," besides being in- 
dexed under the names of the subjects. 

The analysis of the historical matter in the Series is 
carried out largely by means of a system of cross-references. 
Because of the varied nature of the communications, it 
has not been practical to resolve the analysis into a few 
general headings; but through the titles ^'Economic 
conditions," " Geography," " Government," " History," 
" Social conditions," and " Sources," together with the 
various political divisions and wars by name, and the 
cross-references under these, most of the strictly historical 
items can be found. Cross-references are of three kinds. 
(1) When the subject is complex (e. g. American Revolu- 
tion) the cross-references from the general title to its 
sub-titles are placed at the beginning of the entries. This 
is done to save search through the general topic for 
items which have been placed under a sub-title. (2) In 
simpler subjects all cross-references are at the end of the 
entries, and there also are placed in all cases cross- 
references from the sub-title to the more general heading. 
(3) A comprehensive reference, if not followed by entries 
giving the analysis, has after it in brackets a cross- 
reference showing under what heading the analysis may 
be found ; but this cross-reference is omitted if the word- 
ing of the entry gives a sufficient clew to the analytic 



EXPLANATORY INTRODUCTION. ix 

title. If such a comprehensive reference (usually to a 
whole communication) is analyzed in the midst of a more 
general title, the termination of the analysis is shown by 
a dash [ — ]. 

Titles of imusual length are divided into paragraphs 
wherever this is practical. Attention has already been 
called to this arrangement in the case of entries under 
the name of a member of the Society. In the historical 
analysis the division is usually chronological, and in bio- 
graphical topics a separate paragraph has been used for 
letters where the number of such documents seemed bo 
require it. 

Source material, besides being analyzed by subjects, is 
grouped under general headings given as cross-references 
under the title " Sources.'' Documents and diaries are 
also indexed under the names of the writers ; and letters, 
entered under both the writer and receiver, are roughly 
calendared under the name of the writer. They are 
calendared under the name of the receiver also when of 
personal interest to him ; and an extended correspondence 
is calendared under the same heading, with cross-references 
under the names of the writers. The typical form for 
such calendar entries is as follows : " letter to Jos. Jones 
(1785) Va. election," the words after the date indicating 
the contents of the letter. When many letters are calen- 
dared under one name (e. g. William Duane) they are 
arranged alphabetically by correspondents, with a chrono- 
logical sub-arrangement and a dash to separate the letters 
of different men. Other group titles have been arranged, 
such as those of broadsides, memoirs, autographs, and 
portraits (previously mentioned), forts, and ships; but 
forts and ships are also entered under their names. Be- 
sides their use for communications, small capitals, whether 
as headings or in the body of titles, indicate that the sub- 



X EXPLANATORY INTRODUCTION. 

ject indexed is not merely mentioned or described but 
appears in the Proceedings. 

References are to the first page only unless the subject 
matter continues on the second page in a new paragraph, 
or extends over more than two pages. References to two 
contiguous pages are joined by a dash [-] when the subject 
matter is continued without break, and separated by a 
comma when this is not the case. References to volumes 
are in black-faced numerals. 

Reference to a person or place which is merely mentioned 
in the Proceedings has formed no part in the plan of the 
Index; but wherever anything is told of the person or 
place the name is not only entered but an indication 
given of what is said of it. On the other hand, all 
names mentioned in source material or memoirs, if of any 
possible genealogical or geographical value, find a place 
in this volume ; so that the entry of a name alone is 
evidence that it is there for this purpose only. Pre- 
nomens have been added wherever possible, initials have 
been filled out, and names clearly intended supplied. 
Persons of the same prenomen have been distinguished 
and arranged chronologically; unbroken descent is shown 
by numbers, and in other cases some significant date or 
title is given to indicate the particular person meant. 
Nobles are entered under their highest titles, but the 
family names are likewise given (e. g. Abingdon, Wil- 
loughby Bertie, 4th earl of) and also cross-references under 
the family names. In a few cases, where the men have 
been more widely known by the family name or a lower 
title, the cross-reference is reversed. Women appear 
under both the maiden and married names when both 
are known, and under each form the other name is also 
given : e. g. Babson, Mary C. (Rogers) ; Rogers, Mary C. 
[Mrs. Babson]. In the case of a married woman who has 



EXPLANATORY INTRODUCTION. XI 

had two or more previous names, all of them are given, 
if known, and separated by vertical rules: e. g. Hammond, 
Abigail (Collins | Willet). The double entry of a married 
woman's name serves also as a cross-reference ; search 
should be made under both headings, as all the references 
to the subject may not have been placed under either 
name. Personal names are spelled in the Index accord- 
ing to the usage of some accepted authority in each case ; 
or else as in the text, unless obviously wrong ; but the 
attempt has been made by means of cross-references to 
show the various spellings of the same name which 
appear in the Index. 

Dates have been freely used throughout as a means 
of identification, and they are all new style. Common 
abbreviations have been adopted, the only special abbre- 
viation beinor the M.H.S., which stands for the name 
of the Society. In the arrangement of headings. Cutter, 
Rules for a Dictionary Catalog (ed. of 1904), has been 
followed. This calls for persons before places and places 
before things of the same name, and also gives preference 
to place names with a separate prefix over those with the 
same prefix united to the rest of the word (e. g. New York 
before Newport). Foreign personal names beginning 
with a separate prefix (except French names which contain 
the definite article) are entered under the main name. 

The compiler desires to express his cordial thanks to 
Mr. T. Herbert Chase for his assistance in the preparation 
of the Index for the press. 

DAVID MAYDOLE MATTESON. 



Yol. 


Page 


Line 


I. 


28 


32 




305 


22 




319 


13 




321 


37 


II. 


150 


20 




195 


2-4 



ERRATA AND ADDENDA. 



for "Lowes" read "Lower.'* 

for "F. C. Varnum*' read " Fortesque 
Vernon." 

for "Jepson" read "Jesson." 

for "1693" read "1793." 

for "1871" read "1867." 
2-4 for " Lady Trevor, sister of Sir George Treby, 
Attorney General of England, and Chief 
Justice of the Common Pleas " read "Eliza- 
beth Trevor, daughter of George Clark, 
relict of John Trevor, and formerly widow 
of William Morley." 
252 12 read "but never came to this country, although 
like Sir Richard Saltonstall, he was a pat- 
entee of Connecticut." 
419 30 for "in a Spirit of Charity" read "in the 
Spirit of Charity." 

III. 16 14 for "Butland" read "Bretland." 
for "Jan. 7" read "Jan. 24." 
for "1806" read "1803." 
for "Edward Winslow" read "Ward Chip- 
man. '' (See Proceedings 20. 559.) 

strike out "' and has not given those correctly." 
for "Mills" read "Miles." 
for "Robin" read "Robins." 
for "Mrs. Martha T. Lamb" read "Mrs. 
Martha J. Lamb." 

IV. QQ 27 for "was asked" read "asked." 
for "Martel" read "Marcel." 
for "1768" read "1774." 
for " happily after " read "happy after." 
for "William Clarence Burrage" read "The 

Club of Odd Volumes." 
396 1 for "Hawksham" read " Hawkshaw." 



16 


14 


25 


26 


40 


29 


67 


1 


94 


35 


202 


36 


345 


39 


367 


note 


QQ 


27 


97 


22 


193 


37 


299 


36 


351 


12 



xiv ERRATA AND ADDENDA. 



Vol. 


Page 


Line 


V. 


411 


9 
10 




470 


note 


VI. 


124 


28 




145 


11 




165 


31 




442 


22 


VIII. 


110 


9 




211 


28 




343 


30 


IX. 


538 


39 


X. 


164 


23 


XI. 


105 


39 




106 


11 


XII. 


322 


17 


XIIL 


383 


41 




438 


35 

40 


XIV. 


369 


31 


XV. 


52 


16 


XVI. 


311 note 4. 


XVII. 


246 


33 


XVIII. 


200 


30 




222 


36 




323 


8 




416 





for "colleagues" read "colleague." 

for "contemporary, said" read "contempo- 
rary said." 

for "wholly" read ''largely." 

for "Conn." read " R. I." 

for ''Rossiter?" read " Ruecastle." 

for "1693" read "1690." 

for ''Joseph" read ',' Thomas." 

for "1828" read "1628." 

for "west" read "east." 

for "April 28" read "April 23." 

for "1700" read "1699." 
23 and 24 for "Irving" read "Erving." 

for "six" read "five." 

for "1861" read "1851." 

for "not" read "wel." 

for "1773" read "1753." 

for "eighteen" read "twenty-eight." 

for "eighteen" read "twenty-eight." 

for '^ New Haven" read "Hartford." 

for "1855" read "1895." 

strike out "M. D." in line 19. 

for "Cerola" read "Gerola." 

for "great-uncle" read "uncle." 

for "Madison" read "Adams." 

for "year before" read "same year." 

add as a new paragraph: "The subject of this 
Memoir had nearly touched the Psalmist's 
limit of desirable longevity when he died on 
the seventeenth of May, 1877. But the 
dates which bound a man's life give no 
measure of the horizons it opens to others, 
or of the human satisfactions which are 
crowded into it. Coleridge has a warning 
phrase about ' the subtile poison of the easy 
chair.' And truly its occupant is prone to 
accept plausibilities for facts, and to force 
the scales of right and wrong into prepos- 
terous equilibrium. If Edmund Quincy ap- 
preciated * the easy chair ' more than most 
men, he was immune to the ' poison ' con- 
cealed in its pliant upholstery." 



ERRATA AND ADDENDA. XV 

Vol. Page Line 

XIX. 20e 2 add ''By Edmund F. Slafter." 
.')20note2 for "1881" read "1861." 
523 7 for "Douglas" read "Dudley." 
XX. 16 8 for "Harrison Gray Otis" read "Timothy 
Bigelow." 
10 for " Timothy Bigelow " read "Harrison Gray 
Otis." 
for "former" read "latter." 
for "four" read "five." 
add "Roosevelt." 
transpose "colonel" and "lieutenant-colonel." 

Through inadvertence the following misreadings of names attached to 
the Ipswich petition, printed in Vol. III. page 199, were overlooked: 
for " Boeman " read " Borman." 

for " Corse " read " Scott." 

for " Henry Syewell " read " Heugh Sherratt." 
for " Cath write " read " Catherick." 

insert "Hen Pinndar." 
for " Charman " read " Sharman." 

for " Trench " read " French." 

for " Hasfield " read " Haffield." 

for " Latchwell " read " Satchwell." 

for " Thomson " read " Jhonson." 



50 


7 


492 


32 




33 


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26 



COMMITTEES OF PUBLICATION. 



Second Series. 



Vol. 

I. 

II. 
III. 

IV. 

V. 

VI. 

VIL 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

XI. 

XII. 

XIII. 

XIV. 

XV. 

XVI. 

XVII. 

XVIII. 

XIX. 

XX. 



Period covered. 

Jan., 1884 -Feb., 1885 
March, 1885 -May, 1886 
June, 1886 -Oct., 1887 
Nov., 1887 -June, 1889 

Oct., 1889 -April, 1890 
May, 1890 -June, 1891 
Oct., 1891 -June, 1892 
Oct., 1892 -March, 1894 
April, 1894 -Feb., 1895 
March, 1895 -April, 1896 
May, 1896 -July, 1897 
Oct., 1897 -Feb., 1899 
March, 1899 -Feb., 1900 
March, 1900 -Feb., 1901 
March, 1901 -Feb., 1902 
March, 1902 -Dec, 1902 
Jan., 1903 -Oct., 1903 
Nov., 1903 -Dec, 1904 
Jan., 1905 -Dec, 1905 



Edward J. Young. 
^ Clement Hugh Hill. 
Alexander McKenzie. 



Edward J. Young. 
Alexander McKenzie. 
Charles C. Smith. 



Alexander McKenzie. 



Jan., 1906 -March,- 1907 j Charles C. Smith. 

I Edward Stanwood. 



INDEX 



INDEX 



Abarca de Boleo. See Aranda. 

Abbot. See also Abbott. 

Abbot, Lieut., 11; at battle of Lake 
George, 18. 318, 320. 

Abbot, Rev, Abiel [H. C. 1787], biog. 
notes, 3. 48 /i., 16. 311 n.; at Cov- 
entry, 3. 50; dismissed, 51; Har- 
vard D. D. (1838), 5. 225; sec. 
^BK (1787), 16. 311. 

Abbot, Rev. Abiel [H. C. 1792], jour- 
ney to Providence and New Haven 
(1795), 3. 41-52; biog. notes, 41 n., 
9. 115 ri.; preaches, 3. 45, 51; Har- 
vard D. D. (1821), 5. 189; 0BK 
prayer (1815), 9. 115. 

Abbot, Benjamin, scholar at Town- 
send, Mass. (1772), 4. 386. 

Abbot, Benjamin, exhibition part 
(1788), 16. 409; biog. note, 409 n.; 
mentioned, 413; Commencement 
part (1788), 439. 

Abbot, Mrs. Benjamin (Perkins), 7. 
428. 

Abbot, Caleb F., Commencement 
part (1831) and biog. note, 5. 206, 
206 n. 

Abbot, Daniel, R. I. sheriff (1732), 
19. 29. 

Abbot, Archbishop George, and Book 
of Sports, 19. 93. 

Abbot, Hannah T. (Emery), 16. 
330 n. 

Abbot, John [H. C. 1784], biog. note, 
16. 304 n. 

Abbot, John [H. C. 1798], at class 
reunion (1848), 6. 255-258. 

Abbot, Rev. John E., biog. note, 16. 
330 n. 

Abbot, William L., 16. 407; J. Q. 
Adams on, 407 n.; biog, note, 
407 n. 

Abbott, Charles C, conclusions from 
Trenton-gravel discoveries, 6. 338; 
on tomahawks, 6. 37. 

Abbott, David, 14. 361. 

Abbott, Major Henry L., Palfrey's 
memoir, 6. 145, 7. 42. 



Abbott, Jabez, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Abbott, Josiah G., Commencement 
part (1832), 5. 208 n.; in Mass. 
Conven. (1853), 18. 34, 37. 

Abdy, Anthony, bequest for trans- 
porting children (1680), 5. 264. 

Abdy, Nicholas, bequest for trans- 
porting children (1642), 5. 264, 

Abdy, Roger, bequest for transport- 
ing children (1641), 5. 264. 

Abeel, John N., Harvard D. D. 
(1804), 5. 170. 

Abercrombie, Gen. James, L^vis's 
sketch of attack on Ticonderoga, 

4. 94. 

Abercrombie, Lieut.-Col. James, letter 
to Colden (1775) on Lexington, 11. 
304-306. 

Abercrombie, Rev. James, attack on 
Unitarians, 3. 18. 

Abercromby, Sir Ralph, panorama of 
death of, 2. 8. 

Aberdeen, George H. Gordon, 4th earl 
of, and Oswald map of Northeast- 
em boundary, 3. 368. 

Aberdeen, John C. H. Gordon, 7th 
earl of, at Cabot celebration, 12. 6. 

Abijah, in Phips's Quebec expedition, 
15. 306. 

Abimelech, Indian, protest (1698), 

5. 297. 

Abingdon, Willoughby Bertie, 4th earl 
of, pamphlet (1777), 17. 313. 

Abney, Sir Thomas, and Isaac Watts, 
9. 334. 

Abolitionism, Santo Domingo as com- 
ment on, 2. 352; attitude of David 
Sears, 418; of J. C. Gray, 4. 26; 
character of movement, 10. 514- 
515; LowelPs interest in, 11. 79- 
81, 86, 94; J. Q. Adams on, 15. 
449, 457, 469, 470, 472-473; char- 
acter of Garrison, 18. 403; prin- 
ciples, 406, 415; social trials, 407- 
410; Garrison mob, 20. 168-170. 
See also Slavery. 

Aborn, Mrs., of Washington (1812), 
19. 381. 



ABORN-ADAMS 



Abom, Samuel, claim (1782), 14. 69. 
Abram, Tuscarora chief (1762), 7. 393. 
Abrahams, Haesgen [Mrs. Marston], 

6. 56. 

Abstract of Laws of N. Eng., and 
''Moses his Judicials," 16. 275-280. 

Academy, French, meeting, 1. 145. 

Acadia, protest against Argall's raid, 
with answers, 1. 187-192; Cas- 
grain's researches, 4. 100; docs, 
on, in Parkman MSS., 6. 392. See 
also Annapolis, Nova Scotia. 

Account of Passages between Fletcher 
and Conn., 12. 392. 

Account of the Late Revolutions, 17. 66. 

Achille, French war-ship, 16. 451. 

Acklan, Major John D., at Freeman's 
Farm, 3. 107. 

Ackley, , death in Am. army 

(1775), 7. 409. 

Acland, Sir Henry, on Queen Vic- 
toria and Civil War, 18. 120-127. 

Acres (?), Elizabeth [Mrs. Keble], 
17. 178. 

Active, Brit, war-ship (1774), 10. 84. 

Acton, John, and Lord Cutts, 2. 174, 
175. 

Acton, John, baron, on history and 
morality, 18. 50. 

Acton, Mass., commemoration of 
Concord battle, 10. 188-193. 

Acts of incorporation of M.H.S., 
.bibliog., 6. 210-211. 

Acts of Trade, pre-Rev. smuggling, 
2. 232; Quary's report on colon, 
violation (1708), 4. 147-155; papers 
on Conn, and (1694-1700), 5. 296, 
299; royal instructions (1702), 8. 
105; Boston reprint of Act of 1696, 
9. 507; Molasses Act, 10. 60; seiz- 
ures in Boston (1766-71), 63, 67, 

72, 73, 77; mobbing of informers, 

73, 75; deliberation over enact- 
ment, 11. 294-297; Dudley's Coun- 
cil on (1686), 13. 240; oath to 
observe (1686), 247; Randolph's 
enforcement, 290; and peace nego- 
tiations (1782), 17. 416-418; Hus- 
kisson on, 19. 549. See also Cus- 
toms, Writs of Assistance, 

Adair, James, on Indian hemp, 6. 36. 
Adam, Tuscarora chief (1762), 7. 392. 
Adam of Bremen, on Vinland, 4. 43. 
Adam, Sir Frederick, 19. 483. 

Adams, , killed at Lake George 

(1755), 18. 318, 323, 324. 
Adams, Mrs., of Brookfield (1762), 

7. 385. 

Adams, Abigail (Smith), letter to 
Mary Cranch (1799) on death of 



Washington and fire in Phila- 
delphia, 3. 275; to Bowdoin (1775) 
on Philadelphia news, 8. 59-60; to 
Jefferson (1816), 12. 272; from 
J. Q. Adams (1787), 16. 358-360; 
(1789), 463 ; return to Mass, (1788), 
424, 428, 429; mentioned in son's 
diary, 437; and his rumored en- 
gagement, 454; on her New York 
house (1789), 461; father's sermon 
on marriage of, 19. 386. 

Adams, Abigail [Mrs. Smith], 16. 329 n. 

Adams, Abigail B. (Brooks), 13. 199. 

Adams, Abraham, at Am. camp 
(1775), 9. 70. 

Adams, Alexander, death (1678), 7. 
169. 

Adams, Rev. Amos, death (1775), 7. 
409; funeral sermon on Mrs. Paul 
Dudley, 16. 41 n.; ode on death 
of, 19. 434 n. 

Adams, Amos, of Groton, and Shays's 
Rebellion, 1. 301; minuteman, 12. 
104. 

Adams, Ann (Harrod), 16. 296 n. 

Adams, Benjamin, of Brookfield 
(1762), 7. 386, 389. 

Adams, Benjamin, subscription to 
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Adams, Brooks, Law of Civilization 
and Decay reviewed, 11. 169-177; 
elected a member M.H.S., 16. 126; 
New Empire, 17. 213; on Old State 
House, 20. 245, 421. 

Adams, Charies [H. C. 1789], goes 
to Europe (1779), 16. 294; biog. 
note, 296 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. 
Adams's diary (1787-88), 296, 
309, 338-341, 375-377, 407, 411, 
413, 430, 436-438, 452; exhibition 
part (1787), 313; and disorders at 
Harvard, 377, 

Adams, Charles Francisfl], at Froth- 
ingham's funeral, 1. 392; M.H.S. 
tributes to, 3. 144-152; as diplo- 
mat, 144, 148-151, 13. 204; effect 
of reserve, 3. 145-146, 150; as 
lawyer, 147, 13. 199; on expulsion 
of Hoar, 3. 147; politics, 147-148, 
4. 30, 11. 279, 13. 200-203, 20. 541 ; 
Puritan, 3. 148; transmitted vir- 
tue, 149; reward, 151; and public 
recognition, 151; Lowell's verses 
on, 151 n. ; and presidential nomi- 
nation, 152, 13. 206; greatness, 3. 
152; M.H.S. expression of re- 
spect, 152; memoir assigned to 
J. T. Morse, 221 ; subscription for 
M.H. S. building, 292 ; Everett's Life 
and Services, 4. 106; on com. on 



ADAMS 



M.H.S. semicentenary, 6. 284 n.; 
on attempt to increase M.H.S. 
membership, 10. 320, 322, 323; in 
public service of Quincy, 373; 
Chittenden's story of Laird rams, 
13. 178-186; and Forbes- Aspin wall 
mission, 187-194; and irregular 
emissaries, 191, 193, 16. 465; 
Memoir by his son, 13. 198-207; 
PORT, and AUTOG., 198; birth, 
198; origin of prenomen, 199; 
education, 199; marriage, 199; 
polit. articles, 199; edits family 
papers, 200, 202, 205; in Congress, 
203; and compromise (1861), 203; 
and Geneva Arbitration, 205, 20. 
472; candidacy for Gov. (1876), 

13. 206; death, 206; addresses, 
206; declines Harvard presidency, 
206; honorary degrees, 207; chil- 
dren, 207; Friday Club, 14. 473, 16. 
465; and Trent affair, 465-467, 18. 
138-141; and use of Vaughan's 
letters, 17. 406; alleged interview 
with Victoria (1862), 440-448; be- 
lief in Southern Union men (1861), 
141; and proposed mediation 
(1862), 145, 149-154, 20. 471; at 
bicentenary of N. Eng. Confed., 19. 
361; and Pres. Johnson, 398, 20. 
429. 

Adams, Charles Francis [2] [Com- 
munications follow], list of pub- 
lications (1883-1906), 1. 169, 3. 
56, 4. 348, 6. 209, 7. 368, 8. 185, 
9. 22, 10. 555, 11. 317, 13. 65, 

14. 128, 15. 29, 16. 129, 17. 213, 
18. 268, 19. 204, 20. 207; elected to 
M.H.S. Council (1884), 1. 180; 
on Nominating Com. (1885), 2. 4; 
report, 79; on com. on General 
Index, 3. 275; elected Vice-Pres. 
M.H.S. (1890-94), 6. 456, 6. 419, 
7. 383, 8. 201, 9. 39; reprinted 
M.H.S. paper, 6. 221, 349; me- 
moir of Edmund Quincy assigned 
to, 7. 6; remarks, 317, 8. 151, 10. 
291, 315, 440, 552, 11. 74, 411, 12. 
73, 112, 154, 167, 195, 252, 292, 
371, 424, 456, 13. 62, 156, 164, 424, 
14. 104, 153, 176, 360, 445, 15. 95, 
105, 239, 323, 364, 479, 16. 125, 
150, 232, 290, 476, 534, 17. 7^, 116, 
449, 18. 59, 60, 263, 291, 362, 398, 
447, 471, 20. 83, 118, 232, 245, 489, 
525, 537, 586; report on member- 
ship, 7. 332; presides, 8. 396, 9. 
244, 310, 10. 1, 116, 139, 256, 292, 
315, 363, 404, 441, 540, 11. 1, 67, 
103, 156, 197, 411, 450, 12. 55, 74, 



138, 155, 168, 196, 259, 293, 340, 
352, 372, 425, 13. 1, 63, 142, 165, 
208, 310, 379, 14. 1, 127, 163, 189, 
255, 303, 369, 386, 425, 483, 15. 
25, 69, 105, 180, 264, 324, 365, 493, 
16. 126, 151, 233, 251, 291, 477, 17. 
1, 76, 383, 439, 18. 1, 60, 118, 188, 
252, 264, 296, 334, 370, 417, 454, 
19. 273, 300, 304, 394, 409, 20. 

I, 22, 84, 201, 245, 395, 438, 490, 
534, 550; absent from chair, 10. 
468, 11. 210, 237, 268, 286, 367, 
12. 1, 30, 13. 120, 425, 15. 1, 17, 
128, 162, 19. 1, 83, 168, 200, 20. 
420, 587; presents Habermann's 
engravings, 8. 497, 9. 168; Hoar 
ancestry, 9. 309; elected Pres. 
M.H.S. (1895-1906), 10. 137, 572, 

II. 335, 12. 190, 13. 80, 14. 
145, 15. 51, 16. 147, 17. 233, 18. 
289, 19. 226, 20. 231; entertains 
M.H.S., 10. 138, 585, 13. 81, 14. 
154, 15. 54, 16. 150, 18. 362, 19. 
303, 20. 244; presents facsim. of 
Bradford's History, 10. 468; pre- 
sents gifts of others, 11. 197, 16. 
477; M.H.S., vote on trip abroad 
of (1896), 11. 200; on com. on re- 
turn of Bradford MS., 314; and 
Fenway building, 13. 64; at An- 
tietam and Gettysburg, 105; pre- 
sents communication for another 
member, 14. 303; gift of land to 
M.H.S., 483, 15. 35; presents 
Jesuit Relations, 43; presents 
his photog., 45, 19. 224; M.H.S. 
delegate to Yale bicentenary, 15. 
180; on com. to consult on Hart's 
co-operative history, 493 ; on com. 
on Constitution, 493 ; other gifts to 
M.H.S., 16. 146, 284, 17. 406, 19. 
224, 273, 20. 228, 229; remarks on 
Gosnold, 16. 249; signs memorials 
on Constitution, 18. 121, 20. 5; 
declination of renomination not ac- 
cepted (1905), 19. 226; on com. 
on Nomination Book, 20. 427. 

Communications : John Mar- 
shall's diary 1. 148-164; letters 
of J. Q. Adams, 4. 61-65, 10. 374- 
392, 12. 286-292; on Charies 
Deane, 5. 124-129, 7. 82; on F. W. 
Palfrey, 5. 146-149; Memoir op 
R. H. Dana, 6. 262-267; Phases 
OP SEXUAL MORALITY, 477-516; 
on J. R. Lowell, 7. 3-5; Site op 
Wessagusset settlement, 22- 
29; Genesis of Mass. towns, 
172-211, 441-449; Span. Dis- 
covery OF Am., 8. 24-44, 52, 12. 



ADAMS 



68-72; on Phillips Brooks, 8. 84- 
90; on diary of Ebenezer Miller, 
112-115; on World's Fair, 305- 
312 ; Winthrop's criticism of Mass., 
her Historians and History, 374- 
382; reply to criticism, 387, 402- 
412; on H. W. Torrey, 395-397; 
on Chas. Merivale, 397-398; on 
additional corresp. members, 398; 
on memberships of 50 yrs. dura- 
tion, 399-400; papers on John 
Wheelwright communicated in be- 
half of, 505-517; on R. C. Win- 
throp, 9. 234-241; on G. E. Ellis, 
244-252; on E. R. Hoar, 267, 301- 
312; on L. F. Brigham, 10.6; on 
facts of M.H. S. necrology, 7-9, 
293; on Ellis Bequest and M.H.S. 
finances, 148-159, 295, 573-585, 11. 
109; on W. W. Story, 10. 294, 
15. 324-326; on limits to M.H.S. 
membership, 10. 315-327; on value 
of classics, 386; on Martin Brim- 
mer, W. S. Shurtleff, W. G. Russell, 
442-447; anecdote of Jackson, 
454-455; on L. R. Paige, 11. 103- 
108; on Ernst Curtius, 108; Hist. 

IMPORTANCE OF PRES. CAMPAIGNS 

(1848-1900), 110-118, 14. 280-263; 
on preservation of Constitution, 11. 
198, 12. 60, 18. 60, 118-121, 189- 
192, 330-333, 19. 409-412; re- 
marks on presenting a Constitution 
cane, 11. 198-200; letter on Roman 
sources of Am. history, 272-277; 
on removal of M.H.S., 411-414; 
on John Lowell, 414, 12. 65; on 
temporary quarters of M.H.S., 
55-58; on Fenway building, 58; 
on return of Bradford MS., 59-60; 
on Theo. Lyman and war expe- 
riences, 61-65; on Justin Winsor, 
E. L. Pierce, 65-66; on hist, work 
in 1897, 66; on Turkish rule in 
Europe, 67, 72; on treatment of 
loyalists, 152-153; on Am. Acad- 
emy and Fenway building, 155; 
on private art collections in Eng- 
land, 157-161; on memorial ed. 
of Winthrop and Bradford, 169- 
172, 260-261, 300-309, 311; on 
Penobscot expedition, 200-202; on 
Henry Lee, 352-356; on C. H. 
Hill, 372-373; Historians and 
HIST, sees., 13. 81-119; on Vol- 
taire's acct. of Am. colonies, 156- 
161; on C. J. Stille, 165; on Amos 
Perry, 165; Laird rams, 177- 
197; Memoir of C. F. Adams, 
198-207; on J. C. Ropes, 208- 



214; Battle of New Orleans, 
412-423; on Washington Elm tra- 
dition, 14. 173-175; on E. A. Park, 
189; Entrance Examinations at 
Harvard, 198-203; on future of 
Africa and Asia, 256-260; on W. 
H. Whitmore, 263-264; on Mellen 
Chamberlain, 264; on Augustus 
Lowell, 265-267; on C. J. Hoadly, 
369; on W. W. Henry, 370; on 
Jackson's letter to Crawford, 370- 
372; on Roger Wolcott, 386-387; 
on M. C. Tyler, 387-388; on Man- 
dell Creighton, 425-426, 15. 70; on 
Eroposed basis of honorary mem- 
ership, 51-54; on Wm. Stubbs, 
71; on R. N. Toppan, 105; on 
John Fiske, 180-182; on G. W. 
Ranck, 182 ; on the McKinley and 
other recent assassinations, 183- 
186 ; on Eng. tribute to McKinley, 
186, 188; on M.H.S. and Alfred 
millenary, 187; on change in Eng. 
attitude towards U. S., 189-193; 
J. Q. Adams and Emancipation 
through martial law, 436-478; 
communicates Memoir of W. C. 
Endicott, 523-537; on S. R. 
Gardiner, J. B. Thayer, U. H. 
Crocker, 16. 1-3; on original 
theory of Constitution, 175; on 
G. B. Chase, 233 ; on Horace Gray, 
251-265; on C. G. Loring, 251, 
252; diary of J. Q. Adams, 291- 
464; on J. E. Cabot, 17. 76; on 
visit and address at Charleston 
(1902), 90-99; Constitutional 
ethics of secession, 99-116, 19. 
277-279; communicates Memoir 
OF G. B. Chase, 17. 1 16-127 ; on his 
reelection (1903), 247; on Herod- 
otus's acct. of Egypt, 248-252; 
Battle of Marathon, 252-260; 
Battle of Salamis, 383-397; on 
alleged interview of Adams with 
Victoria (1862), 440-448; on G. H. 
Monroe, Edw. McCrady, W. E. H. 
Lecky, Theo. Mommsen, 18. 2-5; 
on H. S. Nourse, 60; Victoria 
AND Civil War, 123-154; on Sir 
Leslie Stephen, 254-256; on E. C. 
Smyth, 264; on tercentenary of 
Acadia, 371; on Plymouth as first 
family colony, 373-375; on E. W. 
Donald, 375; on H. W. Taft, 376; 
on G. F. Hoar, 376-378; on J. F, 
Kirk, 379; on J. S. Brayton, 417 
on S. E. Herrick, 454; on naming 
of Hull, 19. 274-276; on pam- 
phlet on Shays's Rebellion, 276; on 



ADAMS 



R. C. Winthrop, Jr., 300-302, SOB- 
SO?; paper on British in Egypt, 
303; on J. M. Barker, 307; 
Rhodes's fifth volume, 311- 
356; on Stephen Salisbury, 412- 
413; on W. P. Upham, 413; J. Q. 
Adams in 22d Cong., 504-553; on 
E. J. Young, 20. 1 ; on J. C. Pal- 
frey, 22-27; on John Adams's 
book-plate, 84-87; Memoir of 
Theo. Lyman, 147-177; Memoir 
OF R. C. Winthrop, Jr., 178-200; 
Jas. Savage, 232-244; on Wil- 
liams's Model Republic, 253-256; 
on Carl Schurz, 395-402; Gran- 
ville AND U. S. 453-474; on his 
participation in Lee centenary, 
550-556; on Longfellow's hist, in- 
accuracies, 573-582. 

Adams, Charles Francis, M, Mayor 
of Quincy, 10. 371, 374. 

Adams, Charles K., on character of 
Columbus, 8. 26 n. 

Adams, Daniel, water-color owned by, 
18. 296. 

Adams, Ebenezer, church quarrel 
(1753), 6. 491. 

Adams, Prof. Ebenezer, at Leicester, 
3. 52 ; biog. note, 52 n. 

Adams, Edith, baptized (? 1655 ), 12. 
324. 

Adams, Edward, of Milton (1728), 

6. 487. 

Adams, Dr. Elijah (?), at siege of 

Boston, 9. 47, 49. 
Adams, Eliphalet, visits Isaac Watts, 

9. 384; book owned by, 506. 
Adams, Mrs. Elizabeth, exile in 

Amsterdam (1621), 6. 48. 
Adams, Elizabeth [Mrs. Rockwood], 

12. 75. 
Adams, Ephraim, in Am. army 

(1775), 12. 106. 
Adams, Frances P. [Mrs. Winthrop], 

20. 184, 185. 
Adams, George W., Commencement 

part (1821), 5. 188; biog. note, 

188 n. 
Adams, Henry, selectman of Brain- 
tree (1646), 10. 371. 
Adams, Henry, on Pocahontas story, 

7. 61 ; as historian, 13. 107. 
Adams, Herbert Baxter, on N. Eng. 

town govt., 5. 323; Jared Sparks, 

8. 276-279^ death announced, 15. 
180; M.H.S. tributes to, 198- 
200; as prof., 198-200; and Am. 
Hist. Assoc, 200. 

Adams, Hugh, 1. 158. 

Adams, James, minuteman, 12. 104. 



Adams, Jasper, at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1837), 5. 221. 

Adams, Jeremy, land (1669), 2. 292. 

Adams, Deacon John, in public ser- 
vice of Braintree, 10. 372. 

Adams, Pres. John, and privateer- 
ing, 1. 24; on signing of Declara- 
tion, 273, 275, 276, 280; on July 2 
as memorial day, 297 n., 4. 372; 
Signer, 1. 281; Priestley on, 3. 21, 
26; hears Priestley preach, 40; 
letter to Jas, Sullivan (1796) on 
Northeastern boundary, 89; depo- 
sition on St. Croix River boundary, 
358; on Otis's Writs of Assistance 
speech, 371; quest of Old Colony 
Club, 408; on ports, in Old State 
House, 4. 241 n.; and publication 
of notes on Otis's speech, 84, 6. 
192-196; and Massachusettensis 
papers, 253; Novanglus papers, 
252, 253; on history, 304; letter to 
Aaron Bancroft (1823) on relig. 
controversies, 8. 91-93; nonagena- 
rian, 9. 93; and John Rowe, 10. 
31; on com. to instruct represen- 
tatives (1768), 68; conference on 
Port Bill, 84; chosen to Congress 
(1774), 86; in public service of 
Quincy, 372; on Jon. Sewall, 407; 
on participants in Tea Party, 476; 
ports, of, presented, 570, 18. 239, 
287; Jefferson on personal rela- 
tions (1804), 12. 269; letter to 
Jos. Milligan (1818) on gardening, 
Jefferson, 13. 311; on his entrance 
examinations, 14. 200 ; Marshall on 
Cunningham corresp., 334; salary 
(1789), 15. 130, 131; Va. Republi- 
can on (1792, '97), 140, 159-160; 
and Jefferson (1797), 160; on 
Benj. Kent, 16. 116 n., 117 n.; on 
law training of J. Q. Adams, 296 n. ; 
on Federal Constitution (1788), 
391; letter to J. Q. Adams (1788) 
on studies, 410 n. ; Braintree house 
(1788), 411, 430; return to Mass. 
(1788), 424, 428-430; impressions 
of, on return, 429 n. ; at Cambridge, 
432, 438; entertains French offi- 
cers, 451 ; New York house, 461 n. ; 
as Minister to England, 17. 327, 
345; and Rich. Price, 344, 345; 
letter to Price (1787) on Defence of 
Constitution, 364; influence of 
Defence on Fed. Conven., 367; 
Vaughan's letters on, in peace ne- 
gotiations, 413, 420, 424, 432-435; 
Va. opinion of Defence, 465-467, 
470, 473; proposed State Memo- 



8 



ADAMS 



rial, 18. 1, 192; port, of Washing- 
ton painted for, 19. 5; engraving 
ascribed to Savage, 13 ; book-plate, 
20. 84-87 ; Chamberiain's estimate, 
139-140; Wm, Duane on, 260, 271; 
*' reign of terror," 314; and Hutch- 
inson (1768), 536. 
Adams, John Quincy, negotiations 
with Prussia (1799), 1. 24; and 
privateering, 25; on Cambridge 
and Shays's Rebellion, 303; auto- 
graphed copy of corresp. with 
Federalists, 365; and David Sears, 
2. 413 n., 417 n.; on his contem- 
poraries, 424; on Greek and rev- 
erence, 424 n. ; and Tazewell, 
424 n.'y subscription to M.H. S. 
building, 3. 291; letters to T. B. 
Adams (1792) on Boston police 
reform, 4. 62-65; (1803) on lodg- 
ings, 16. 533; law practice, 4. 64; 
in M.H.S., 6. 5; and G. W. Erv- 
ing, 7-8; religion, 7, 30-32; dipl. 
note on Jackson's Fla. expedition, 
25; at Harvard Commencements 
(1828, '31), 199, 206 n.; report 
on rebeUion at Harvard (1834), 
214; Pres. of Harvard Alumni 
(1840), 230, 234; Commencement 
address to (1843), 237; resolutions 
on Quincy's resignation, 247; and 
Levi Lincoln, 6. 166; Quincy's 
memoir, 209; reprinted M.H.S. 
paper, 221; at M.H.S. semi- 
centenary, 284 n. ; defence of Mass. 
forefathers, 8. 382 ; oX B K anni- 
versaries (1843-46), 9. 136, 139, 
140, 141; cuff-buttons of, as trans- 
mittendum, 307 n,-308n. ; on grippe, 
10. 8, 386 n. ; in public service 
of Quincy, 373; unpub. foreign 
letters of (1809-16), presented, 
374-376; extracts from them, 
377-392; on belligerents and neu- 
tral rights, 377, 380-381; on 
Tsar Alexander, 378; on Napo- 
leon's second marriage, 379; on 
imbecility of Eng. govt., 379-380; 
on possible adjustment with Eng., 
380; on Russo-Turkish War, 381; 
on his social and financial position 
as Minister, 382; on War of 1812, 
383-385; on rigors of Russian 
winter, 386; on the classics, 386- 
387; recollections of Am. Rev., 
387; on Napoleon's last German 
campaign, 388-391 ; on Chesapeake- 
Shannon fight, 391; on virtue of 
war, 391; on genius of Napoleon, 
392 ; — toast for Plymouth dinner 



(1845), 400; anedote of Jackson, 
454-455; cane of wood of Consti- 
tution, 11. 198-200; letter on 
Graves-Cilley duel and aftermath 
in Congress, 12. 286-292; and 
Cuba (1825), 360-366; on Bolivar, 
365; character of diary, 14. 304; 
Marshall's support (1828), 336; on 
change in ^ ^ ^ constitution, 15. 
204 n. ; docs, on genesis of Monroe 
Doctrine, 373-436 [see Monroe 
Doctrine]; and doctrine of war- 
power emancipation, 436-478 ; iden- 
tified with Emancipation Proc, 
437, 444, 474; private utter- 
ances on war-power emancipation 
(1836), 438; speeches in Congress 
on same (1836), 439-441; (1841), 
441; (1842), 441-443, 447; earlier 
thoughts on subject (1819), 444; 
on secession and emancipation 
(1820, '39), 445-446, 470, 471; on 
approaching slavery conflict (1838), 
446; corresp. on speeches (1836- 
41), 447-474; on constitutional 
protection of slavery. 448-449, 
451, 462, 472; on slavery in 
D. C, 449, 465, 469; on abolition- 
ists, 449, 457, 469, 472-473; as 
polit. outcast, 453; on recognition 
of Texas, 454; on Indians, 455; 
abuse and threats against, 463, 
474; and Calhoun and slave-trade 
cases (1837), 464, 467; on Coloni- 
zation Society, 467, 472 ; on peace- 
ful emancipation, 467, 469-470; 
his constitutional amendments for 
emancipation, 469; summary of 
utterances, 475-478; — port, and 
AUTOG., 16. front., vi. ; diary at 
Newburyport (1787-89), 291- 
464; character of diary, 293; 
youth in Europe, 293-294; enters 
Parsons's law office, 292, 295 n., 
299, 315; and Francis Dana, 295 n; 
father on training, 296 n. ; on train- 
ing in elocution, 298; on Tom 
Jones, 301; on small babies, 303; 
visits to Harvard, 304, 308-313, 
341, 407-410, 431, 438-441, 450; 
on game laws, 308; on dreams, 
308; on Jefferson's Notes on Va., 
308; on his studies, 315, 317, 322, 
327, 329, 330, 346-349, 351, 357- 
360, 367, 370, 373, 396, 399, 419, 
443, 454; on Vattel, 318, 322; on 
Rousseau's Confessions, 321; and 
James Sullivan, -324 n. ; on ca- 
rousing, 326, 335; on woman's 
charms, 330; on ratification of 



ADAMS 



Federal Constitution, 331, 340, 352, 
357, 360, 366, 367, 371, 378-381, 
385-386; visits home, 334-345, 
406-414, 428-442, 451, 453; on 
popular attitude towards lawyers, 
342, 342 n., 358; on Buffon's writ- 
ings, 345, 346, 348; on envy, 349; 
on Gibbon^s history, 350, 355, 397, 
431; on disinterested benevolence, 
354,390; on Blackstone, 354, 392, 
443; on doctors, 354, 366; and 
early rising, 355; on Sullivan's 
Lectures, 355, 357; on his future, 
356, 359, 403, 419, 436-437, 464; 
on Coke upon Littleton, 357, 392; 
on writing characterizations, 357; 
letter to mother on studies and 
society, 358-360; on benedicts, 
359; on Dartmouth men, 361, 
395; on his diary, 363, 395, 417, 
450; on singing and kissing, 363, 
364, 373; on "nothing," 364; on 
Burney's Cecilia, 364; on female 
conversation, 365; on his indo- 
lence, 367, 369; on his daily 
routine, 369; on originality, 369; 
on Goldsmith's Citizen of World, 
371; essays poetry, 373, 399, 405; 
on laws against suicide, 375; on 
one gone wrong, 376-377; low 
spirits, 377; insomnia, 380, 452, 
453; on social amusements, 381, 
387-389, 446, 449; on father's atti- 
tude towards new Constitution, 
391 ; on Millot's Elements, 398 n. ; 
on Knox's Liberal Education, 400; 
on preaching, 403; on State elec- 
tion (1787-88), 404, 404 n. ; letter 
from father on studies, 410 n.; on 
Foster's Crown Law, 416, 418; on 
Hawkins's Pleas of Crown, 419, 
421; on consumption, 422; and 
return of parents, 424, 428-430; 
on Wood's Institutes, 425, 427; on 
Priestley's History and General 
Policy, 431, 441; and Jas. Bridge, 
433 n. - 435 n. ; on Bacon's Pleas, 
443; (2>B^ oration (1788), 444, 447, 
451 ; on Letters of Junius, 444; on 
Hume, 445; on religion, 446; eyes 
fail, 446; and Mary Frazier, 454; 
trip to New York, 455-462; on 
Brown College, 456; on debates in 
House (1789), 462; letter to his 
mother (1789) on Washington at 
Newburyport, 463-464; and ad- 
dress to Washington, 463, 464; — 
letter to Lewis Tappan (1837) on 
right of petition, 533; on disunion 
and war, 17. 114-116, 19. 534; and 



Vaughan's letters, 17. 406; pro- 
posed State Memorial, 18. 1, 192; 
and Everett, 104; at bicentenary 
of N. Eng. Confed., 19. 361,362; 
interview with (1844), 384-386; 
in 22d Congress, 504-553 ; chairman 
of com. on manufactures, 505-508 ; 
clash with Clay over tariff, 508- 
510, 513; and attitude of S. C, 
510-511; tariff report and bill, 
511-515, 534-535; investigation of 
U. S. Bank, 512, 519; Stevenson's 
effort to refute report, 515, 535; 
and Madison, 516, 537; diary and 
letters on affairs in Cong., 517-527, 
529; labors, 520 n., 530; threatened 
resolution against, 524-526; diary 
of journey to Boston, 527-534; 
public letter to Stevenson, exposi- 
tion of ''common defence and gen- 
eral welfare " clause, 525, 535-553 ; 
on right to govern acquired terri- 
tory, 541-549; on power to charter 
bank, 550 ; — book-plates, 20. 86; 
and Theo. Lyman, 149; on Jas. 
Savage and revised calendar, 237; 
on Wm. Duane, 259, 260; Duane 
on Fla. negotiations, 388-389; on 
Jackson's LL.D., 510. 

Adams, John Quincy [H. C. 1853], in 
public service of Quincy, 10. 374. 

Adams, Jonathan, of Chelmsford 
(1657), 12. 329. 

Adams, Joseph [1], in public service 
of Braintree, 10. 372. 

Adams, Joseph [2], 1. 155; in public 
service of Braintree, 10. 372. 

Adams, Rev. Joseph [3], loyal ad- 
dress (1761), 18. 200. 

Adams, Mary, joins Chelmsford 
church (1656), 12. 325. 

Adams, Mrs. Mary N., gift to M.H.S. 
14. 144. 

Adams, Rev. Moses, sermons (1775- 
1778), 12. 79, 91, 95. 

Adams, Rev. Nehemiah, Commence- 
ment part (1826), 6. 194, biog. 
note, 194 n., as minister at Cam- 
bridge, 414; and protest against 
Kan.-Neb. Bill, 7. 95; at Plymouth 
anniversary (1845), 10. 395 n. 

Adams, Pelatiah, of Chelmsford 
(1657), 12. 329. 

Adams, Peter, in public service of 
Braintree (1710), 10. 372. 

Adams, Peter, killed at Cherry Val- 
ley (1778), 2. 450. 

Adams,Peter Boylston,6. 511, 16.437. 

Adams, Rev. Phineas [H. C. 1762], 
biog. note, 16. 298 n. 



10 



ADAMS-ADVENTURE 



Adams, Phineas [H. C. 1793], at 
Harvard Commencements (1814- 
1818), 5. 179, 182, 185. 

Adams, Roger, death (1714), 8. 222. 

Adams, Samuel, of Chelmsford (1657), 
12. 329. 

Adams, Samuel [1], subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Adams, Samuel [2], suggests Inde- 
pendence, 1. 164; Signer, 281; stat- 
ute at Washington, 389; and peace 
negotiations and fisheries (1779- 
81), 4. 48-54; distrusts French, 
48; circular (1781), 50; instruc- 
tions to representatives, 51-54; 
and Ratification, 66, 17.' 494 ; and 
Com. of Corresp., 4. 82, 10. 86, 14. 
51 w. ; journal of its meetings, 4. 
83-90; letter to Va. House of 
Burgesses, 86; circular letter, 89- 
90; misuse of public money, 141, 
10. 66, 71, 11. 293; and aid for 
S. C. sufferers (1781), 9. 170; and 
John Rowe, 10. 22; and Boston 
society, 31; fire- ward, 54; chosen 
clerk of House (1766), 62; on com. 
of thanks for Farmer's Letters, 66; 
on com. on Liberty affair, 67; and 
tea question, 80, 81, 478; con- 
ference on Port Bill, 84; chosen 
for Congress (1774), 86; and 
Admiralty case (1776), 103; char- 
acterized, 12. 140; candidacy for 
register (1771), 14. 47; and Boston 
Massacre, 48; demagogue, 15. 121; 
as speaker, 504; prominent rebel, 
16. 92; candidacy for Lieut.-Gov. 
(1788), 404; and Hutchinson 
(1768), 20. 536. 

Adams, Dr. Samuel [3], biog. note, 16. 
372 n. 

Adams, Capt. Samuel, biog. note, 3. 
388; AUTOG., 389; guest of Old 
Colony Club, 395, 425, 426; elected 
a member, 427; death, 437. 

Adams, Sarah, of Brookfield (1762), 
7. 385. 

Adams, Sarah (Flower), hymn, 17. 
137. 

Adams, Solomon, graduates, 16. 440. 

Adams, Sus'anna (Boylston), 16. 
308 n. 

Adams, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam 
(1621), 6. 48. 

Adams, Thomas, as King Tom (1652), 
7. 296-297; identity, 297. 

Adams, Thomas, removes to Chelms- 
ford (1654), 12. 322-325; children, 
329; on dismissal of church mem- 
bers, 331, 332, 336. 



Adams, Thomas Boylston, letters 
from J. Q. Adams (1792) on Boston 
police, 4. 62-65; (1803) on lodg- 
ings, 16. 533 ; (PBK oration (1806), 
9. 112; biog. note, 16. 296 n.; 
mentioned in J. Q. Adams's diary 
(1787-88), 296, 309, 336, 340, 375- 
377, 407, 411, 413, 416, 428, 436- 
438, 442, 451; exhibition part 
(1788), 431; Commencement part 
(1788), 439. 

Adams, Timothy, of Chelmsford 
(1657), 12. 329. 

Adams, William, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 48. 

Adams, Rev. William, Necessity of 
pouring out of Spirit, 9. 447 ; God's 
Eye on the Contrite, 467; death, 
13. 410. 

Adams, Lieut. William (?), at siege of 
Boston, 9. 47. 

Adams, William H., Commencement 
part (1843), 6. 237; biog. note, 
237 n. 

Adams, Winbom, killed at Freeman's 
Farm, 3. 106. 

Adams family, in public service of 
Quincy, 10. 371-374. 

Addenbrooke, John, at funeral of 
Edward Winslow, 3. 93. 

Addington, Isaac, and act reversing 
witchcraft attainders, 1. 70, 95; 
and Andros (1689), 9. 478; clerk 
for Suffolk County, 12. 226, 230; 
AUTOG., 229; career, 229-232; 
death and funeral, 232-233; port., 
234; and Rawson's records (1686), 
242, 13. 281; at Webb's funeral, 
12. 246; named as Secretary 
(1691), 14. 217; and Council's as- 
sumption of control (1715), 15. 340- 
346; illness (1706), 16. 32. 

Addington, Rebecca [Mrs. Daven- 
port], 12. 247. 

Adet, Pierre A., conduct as minister, 
15. 153. 

Adkins, Sir Anthony, at Barbadoes 
(1674), 7. 16. 

Admiralty, Mass. prize courts, 1. 16; 
law of capture, 26, 27; colon. Mass. 
law for non-jury trial, 3. 372 ; briefs 
in Brit, appeal cases (1736-58), 5. 
85-101 ; Marshall on law, 14. 325, 
326, 333; and civil law, 15. 204; 
Story on law, 223. See also Courts, 
Writs of assistance. 

Adrian ce, Jane [Mrs. Brown], 6. 50. 

Adrien, , as magician, 7. 270. 

Adventure, Boston ketch (1686), 13. 
267. 



ADVENTURE- ALBRO 



11 



Adventure, in Phips's Quebec expe- 
dition, 15. 307. 
Adventure, piratical seizure of (1699), 

6. 298, 9. 518. 
Adventure, Brit, warship (1747), 5. 89. 
Adventure, privateer (1779), 14. 69. 
Adventure, captured by Brit. (1781), 

1. 62. 
Adventure, sloop built in Oregon 

(1791), 7. 418. 
iEschylus, on battle of Salamis, 17. 

399. 
Africa, influence of S. African War, 
14. 256-259 ; effect on, of European 
civilization, 17. 6. 
Africa, Claiborne's ship, 3. 4. 
Agamemnon, as hist, character, 7. 

350, 353. 
Agamenticus. See York (Me.). 
Agassiz, Alexander, elected a mem- 
ber M.H.S., 10. 468; memoir of 
Theo. Lyman assigned to, 12. 55; 
Henry Lee's characterization, 19. 
253. 
Agassiz, Elizabeth C. (Gary), corresp. 
with E. R. Hoar (1894) on Joanna 
Hoar Scholarship, 9. 312-315. 
Agassiz, Louis, Natl. Thayer and 
Brazil expedition, 2. 57-59; Harv- 
ard LL.D., 5. 255; and Lowell, 11. 
95; port., 333; Friday Club, 14. 
473, 16. 465; and Theo. Lyman, 
20. 153, 171; and J. E. Cabot, 530. 
Agatta, prize case (1749), 5. 94-95. 
Agawam, Mass., on early map, 1. 
212; changed to Ipswich, 213. 
See also Ipswich. 
Agnese, Baptista, maps ignore Car- 
tier's voyages, 7. 302, 304; and 
Am. cartography, 11. 372-385; 
atlas in Carter-Brown Library, 
372, 383-385; and Asiatic-connec- 
tion theory, 372; problem of un- 
dated work, 372, 374, 382-383; 
method of signing, 372; identify- 
ing characteristic of maps, 373; 
number of atlases, 373; conserva- 
tism and theories accepted by, 
374-377; first group of atlases, 
377; second group, 378-380; third 
group, 380-382. 
Agriculture, profits of Southern 
(1804), 2. 28; interest of John 
Welles, 3. 99; of J. C. Gray, 4. 23; 
decay in Md. (1836), 7. 265; Mass. 
corn law (1686), 13. 259, 267; 
Hessian fly in Va. (1787), 17. 459; 
South and cotton (1861), 19. 327- 
334; Crevecoeur on Am., 20. 37-43. 
See also Crops, Horticulture, Prices. 



Aguntus, Indian, deed (1659), 5. 
289. 

Aikin, P. F., mistake on last royal 
veto, 5. 160. 

Ailhaud, , commissioner to Haiti, 

2. 335 n. 

Ainsworth, Master, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 49. 

Ainsworth, Miss, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 49. 

Ainsworth, Rev. Henry, church in 
Amsterdam, 6. 43, 44, 48; signa- 
ture, 46. 

Ainsworth, John, exile in Amsterdam 
(1636), 6. 49. 

Ainsworth, Margery Halie (Appelby), 
exile in Amsterdam (1607), 6. 49. 

Air, Priestley on, 3. 13-14, 35, 38. 

Airey, Sir Richard, at Gibraltar, 20. 
190. 

Aitkin, Robert, prints Journal of 
Old Congress, 1. 292. 

Akins, Thomas Beamish, death an- 
nounced, 6. XX, 421, 7. 366. 

Alabama Claims, Treaty of Washing- 
ton as act of deference, 8. 17-19; 
Adams and Cockburn as arbitra- 
tors, 13. 205, 20. 472-474; Gran- 
ville and Treaty of Washington, 
471; Sumner's views, 546. 

Alabaster, proper name, origin, and 
forms, 2. 39. 

Alas, Esteban de las, and Menendez's 
expedition, 8. 424, 443, 452, 454, 
455, 460, 464. 

Albany, N. Y., journey across Mass. 
to (1694), 4. 79; names in, as royal 
memorials, 246, 248; army at 
(1760), 389-391, 406-409; Indian 
conferences (1724), 6. 369-370: 
(1689), 9. 480; (1690), 486; in 
1812, 19. 367-368. 

Albany Congress, 16. 156. 

Albemarle, Arnold van Keppel, earl 
of, and Lord Cutts, 2. 191. 

Albemarle, Christopher Monk, 2d 
duke of, grant of Bahamas, 13. 10, 
15. 

Albemarle, George Monk, \st duke of, 
septarchy (1659), 7. 363; and 
Lambert, 364; on members of 
Parliament (1656), 12. 207 n. 
Alberry, John, petition (1687), 13. 
16 n. 

Alberry, Joseph, Bahama refugee 

(1686), 13. 283. 
Albert, prince consort, and Civil War, 

18. 136-137, 142. 
Albro, Rev. John A., and Harvard 
students, 5. 415. 



12 



ALCOCK-ALLEN 



Alcock, George, Apostle Eliot on, 18. 
344. 

Alcock, Job, Danforth's deed to 
(1684), 5. 433. 

Alcock, John, Atherton Co., 2. 151, 
152. 

Alcock, Dr. Samuel, death, 7. 168. 

Alden, Major, in Boston society 
(1771), 10. 34. 

Alden, Ebenezer, Commencement 
part (1808) and biog. note, 5. 173, 
173/1. 

Alden, Col. Ichabod, at Albany, 2. 
442; commands regiment, 443; 
furlough, 444; troops fight Brant, 
444; march to Fort Stanwix, 445- 
446; at Cherry Valley, 447, 449; 
killed, 450, 3. 122; at siege of Bos- 
ton, 9. 81, 88. 

Alden, Timothy, reprinted M.H.S. 
papers, 6. 221; cat. of M.H.S. Li- 
brary, 8, 325; Librarian, 343 ; biog. 
note, 19. 369 n. 

Alden, Fort. See Cherry Valley. 

Alderman, Edwin A., on negro prob- 
lem, 18. 235. 

Alderton's Point, need of lighthouse 
(1700), 17. 24. 

Aldis, Nathan, loyalist, 10. 163. 

Aldrich, Thomas B., and H. L. Pierce, 
11. 398. 

Aldrich's Inn at Providence, 4. 135. 

Aldworth, Robert, and Pemaquid, 1. 
231. 

Alexander I. of Russia, intervention 
in behalf of U. S. (1810), 10. 376- 
377; J. Q. Adams on, 378. 

Alexander 11. of Russia, assassina- 
tion, 15. 184, 185. 

Alexander, Francis, port, of Webster, 
2. 263. 

Alexander, James, N. J. suit (1764), 
16. 193. 

Alexander, John, innkeeper at Dub- 
lin, N. H. (1760), 4. 406. 

Alexander, Lucia, gift to M.H.S., 1. 
298. 

Alexander, Robert, delegate to Con- 
gress, 1. 276. 

Alexander, Susanna, at Brookfield 
(1762), 7. 386. 

Alexander, Sir William, grant of 
N. S., 3. 351; Encouragement to 
Colonies, 352; extant copies of it, 
9. 188. 

Alexander, William [Lord Stirling], 
2. 476; and statue of George III, 
4. 297. 

Alexander the Great, prize case (1751), 
5.97. 



Alexandria, Egypt, panorama of 
battle, 2. 8. 

Alexandria, Va., and Washington 
(1804), 2. 17; inn, 33; royal me- 
morials, 4. 251, 253; in 1812, 19. 
378-381, 384. 

Alfonso XII. of Spain, and plan 
for Columbus quater-centenary, 
1. 363. 

Alfonso XIII. of Spain, profert of, to 
diplomatic corps, 3. 54. 

Alford, Benjamin, of Boston (1691), 
7. 157. 

Alford, Thomas, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 207. 

Alfred the Great, M.H.S. and mil- 
lenary, 15. 186-188. 

Alger, Lydia T. [Mrs. Latham], 4. 
198. 

Algerine passes, 5. 299. 

Algerine War, causes, 5. 25; De- 
catur's treaty (1815), 26; Dey's 
letter threatening renewal (1816), 
26-28; Madison's reply, 29. 

Alien and Sedition Acts, Priestley on, 
3. 20-26, 29, 31, 37; Wm. Duane 
on prosecutions under, 20. 260, 263, 
266-268. 

Alimentus, Lucius Cincius, on 
Etruscan method of registering 
years, 4. 102. 

Alkin, Peter, exile in Amsterdam 
(1616), 6. 49. 

All, , of Newport (1760), 7. 

345. 

All Saints Church, St. Andrews, N. 
Brun., royal arms, 4. 255-257. 

Allberry. See Alberry. 

Allefonsce, Jean, sketch maps, 7. 302, 
306; chap-book, 302. 

Allegiance, Blackstone and Parsons 
on natural, 16. 327. 

AUeine, Rev. Richard, Heavens 
Opened, 17. 47. 

Allen. See also Alleine, Allin, Alline, 
Allyn. 

Allen, , Captain of marines, 

guest of Old Colony Club, 3. 393. 

Allen, Alexander Viets Griswold, 
elected a member M.H.S., 3. 153; 
accepts, 178; list of publications 
(1889-98), 6. 439, 6. 404, 10. 121, 
12. 175; memoir of Phillips Brooks 
assigned to, 8. 115; Philip Me- 
LANCHTHON, 11. 257-267; remarks 
on Jon. Edwards's MSS., 15. 21; 
Memoir of H. E. Scudder, 17. 
142-161; on E. W. Donald, 18. 
379-384 ; memoir of E. W. Donald 
assigned to, 471. 



ALLEN-ALLIN 



13 



Allen, Andrew, in 1830, 19. 459. 

Alien, Benjamin, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 390. 

Allen, Charles, Conscience Whig, 3. 
147, 4. 30, 13. 201; and address 
against annex, of Texas (1845), 12. 
426-427; on Levi Lincoln and 
John Davis, 15. 235; in Mass. 
Conven. (1853), 18. 34. 

Allen, , Edward, summons to (1699), 
5. 298. 

Allen, J. W., sketch of Stuart Hos- 
pital, 18. 287. 

Allen, Rev. James, of Boston, death 
(1710), 1. 164, 14. 27; at ordina- 
tion of Wadsworth, 4. 79 ; broadside 
on Bellingham's will, 6. 172; press 
censor, 9. 444; New Englands 
choicest Blessings, 448; preface to 
Mather's Memorable Providences, 
479; to answers to Keith, 486, 
499 ; to Lawson's ChrisVs Fidelity, 
496; to Judgment of Several Di- 
vines, 497; Faithful Advice from 
several Ministers, 526; at Webb's 
funeral, 12. 246; preface to Math- 
er's Speedy Repentance urged, 391; 
Mans Self- Reflection, 410; and 
choice of Bond (1682), 13. 410; 
preface to Warning to the Flocks, 
17. 29; to Mather's Cases of 
Conscience, 40 ; Keith's answer to, 
37. 

Allen, Rev. James [H. C. 1710], 
ministry at Brookline, 19. 427. 

Allen, James, of R. I.(?), prize case 
(1752), 5. 99. 

Allen, James, subscribes to Merchants' 
Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Allen, James, purchases confiscated 
Boston estate, 10. 170. 

Allen, Jeremiah, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 174. 

Allen, John, on com. of General Court 
to procure artillery (1673), 11. 
184. 

Allen, John, Sec. of Conn., 2. 151, 
152; preface to Connecticut Vindi- 
cated, 9. 502. 

Allen, John, printer in Boston, 2. 41 ; 
works printed by (1691-1701), 
9. 489-492, 503, 506-527, 532, 533, 
12. 380, 393, 410, 413, 17. 18-26, 
39, 46-50, 53, 54, 61-64, 67. 

Allen, Rev. Jonathan, biog. note, 
16. 333 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. 
Adams's diary (1787), 333; 
preaches at Newburyport (1788), 
403; as preacher, 425, 427. 

Allen, Mrs. Jonathan, 16. 334. 



Allen, Joseph, of Groton, bails Page 

(1787), 1. 306. 
Allen, Rev. Joseph, Commencement 

part (1811) and biog. note, 5. 175, 

175 n. ; Harvard D. D., 5. 255. 
Allen, Joseph H., Master's oration 

(1843), 5. 238. 
Allen, Josiah, killed (1678), 1. 170. 
Allen, Martha (Fitch) [Mrs. Brattle], 

9. 11. 
Allen, Capt. Noah, at Ticonderoga 

(1776), 6. 83, 85. 
Allen, P., clerk of R. I. court, 18. 

262. 
Allen, S., summons to (1700), 5. 299. 
Allen, Samuel, of England, will 

(1651), 1. 136. 
Allen, Samuel, mariner, 7. 160. 
Allen, Stephen M., port, of Webster 

owned by, 2. 264. 
Allen, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam 

(1636), 6. 49. 
Allen, Thomas, agreement as Win- 

throp's creditor (1644), 11. 186. 
Allen, Rev. Thomas, minister at 

Charlestown (1650), 2. 47. 
Allen, Thomas P., Commencement 

f)art, 5. 235; biog. note, 235 n. 
en, Wilkes, school, 18. 93. 

Allen, Justice William, of Pa., port., 
4. 109; mentioned (1754), 7. 341. 

Allen, William, purchases confiscated 
Boston estate, 10. 168. ^ 

Allen, William, Harvard D. D. 
(1821), 5. 189; B K oration 
(1810), 9. 113; biog. notes, 113 n., 
19. 367 n. ; at Pittsfield, 367. 

Allen, William Francis, death an- 
nounced, 5. 149; M.H. S., tributes 
to, 150, 152-153. 

Allen, at Boston (1649), 3. 256. 

Allerton, Bartholomew, Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 172. 

Allerton, Isaac, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 172. 

Allerton, Mary, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 172. 

Allerton, Mary (Norris), Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 172-. 

Allerton, Remember, Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 172. 

Allerton, Sarah [Mrs. Vincent, Mrs. 
Priest], 17. 175. ^ 

Alley, John B., in Mass. Conven. 

, (1853), 18. 41 n. 

Allibone, Samuel Austin, death an- 
nounced, 5. 1, 4. 

Allin. See also Allen. 

AUin, Reverend, sermon at town of 
Harvard (1778), 12. 96. 



14 



ALLIN-AMERICAN ACADEMY 



Allin, Dr. Daniel, death (1694), 7. 
166; Recorder for Suffolk Co., 12. 
238, 242; autog., 241; career, 
241-244; clerk of court (1686), 13. 
243,258; bill, 267, 269; tax peti- 
tion, 268; and Mass. records, 281. 

Allin, Rev. John, of Dedham, 2. 47; 
animadversions, 9. 420; letter 
from, 437; preface to Hubbard's 
Benefit of Well-Ordered Conversa- 
tion, 461; and Wenham-Chelms- 
ford matter (1655), 12. 323. 

Allin, Mariana (Bendall), 12. 227. 

AUine, Eliza M. [Mrs. Bowen], 14. 
80 n. 

Alline, Eliza M. (Williams), 14. 80. 

Alline, Henry [1], autog., 14. 72; 
career, 72-76. 

Alline, Henry [2], autog., 14. 78; 
career, 78-80. 

Alline, Mary (Carnes), 14. 76. 

Alline, Rebecca (Cazneau), 14. 78. 

Alline, William, autog., 14. 76; 
career, 7&-78. 

Allison, Rev. Francis, salary (1754), 
7. 340; biog. note, 340 n. 

AUston, Washington, alters Jarvis's 
port, of Irving, 1. 33; and David 
Sears, 2. 413; Eng. ed. of novel, 
6. 398; B K poem (1810), 9. 113; 
biog. note, 113 n.; Anna C. Lowell 
on, 18. 314. 

Allumps, Indian, deeds, 5. 289. 

AUyn. See also Allen. 

Allyn, John [H. C. 1785], Harvard 
D. D. (1813), 6. 178; at Com- 
mencement (1828), 198; memoir, 
*7. 121; 0BK oration (1804), 9. 
Ill; biog. notes. 111 n., 16. 439 n.; 
Master's oration, 439. 

Allyn, John [H. C. 1814], Commence- 
ment part and biog. note, 5. 179 n. 

Allyn, Joseph, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366. 

Allyn, Matthew, of Windsor, 8. 8. 

Almanacs, Tulley's (1687-1702), 7. 
414-415, 9. 472, 474, 476, 483, 495, 
503, 508, 510, 513, 516, 520, 17. 24; 
Brattle's (1682-94), 7. 414, 9. 453, 
479; John Sherman's (1674), 434; 
John Danforth's (1679), 446; John 
Foster's (1680-81), 449, 451; 
Cotton Mather's (1683), 456; Gil- 
lam's (1684), 459; Russell's (1684), 
460; Natl. Mather's (1685-86), 
464, 469; William's (1685, '87), 
464, 473; Saml. Danforth's (1686), 
469-470; Newman's (1690, '91), 
483, 488; Harris's(?) (1692), 492; 
Partridge's Monthly Observations 



(1692), 493; printed by Stephen 
Daye, 12. 285; Clough's (1701), 17. 
24. 

Almy, Mrs., of Newport (1778), 2. 
238. 

Alsop, , of Conn., at siege of 

Boston, 7. 410. 

Alston, Willis, and John Randolph, 
20. 344. 

Altey, Gregory, exile in Amsterdam 
(1621), 6. 49. 

Altey, Mrs. Patience, exile in Am- 
sterdam (1637), 6. 49. 

Alvarado, Diego de, in Menendez's 
expedition, 8. 424. 

Alvord, Daniel W., in Mass. Conven. 
(1853), 18. 35. 

Amaya, Diego de, in Menendez's ex- 
pedition, 8. 424, 462, 464. 

Amberley, Catharine Russell, vis- 
countess, on Boston, 18. 8. 

Ambler, Jacqueline, Treasurer of Va., 
19. 15i. 

Ambrose, Hannah [Mrs. Walker], 13. 
304. 

Ambrose, James. See Ombrosi. 

Ambrose, Joshua, parentage, 6. 263. 

Amorose, Nehemiah, parentage, 5. 
263. 

Ambrose, Peter, will (1653), 6. 263. 

Amendments to Federal Constitu- 
tion, desired (1788), 15. 125; com- 
ment on first ten, 130. See also 
amendments by name. 

America, questions concerning ap- 
proaching quater-centenary of dis- 
covery, 1. 363, 5. 284; and 
*' Columbia," 2. 159-165, 17 
16; M.H.S. and tercentenary, 6. 
283-284; effect of Span, disco verv, 
8. 24-49, 52-53; character and 
achievement of Columbus, 24-27, 
41; discovery inevitable, 27; un- 
beneficent results, 29, 41; as sup- 
port of relig. and polit. despotism, 
29-33; effect on Spain, 34; on 
relig. wars, 34-36; brutaUty of 
Span, conquest, 36-40, 45-47; 
first distinguished from Asia, 67, 
77; Roman sources on history, 11. 
272-277. See also Geography, and 
divisions by name. 

America, Atlantic liner (1853), 5. 
343. 

America Merchant, in Phips's Quebec 
expedition, 15. 307. 

American Academy, ideal, 9. 238. 

American Academy of Arts and 
Sciences, M.H.S. meetings in 
room of, 12. 57, 74, 155, 168, 196, 



AMERICAN ALMANAC- AMERICAN REVOLUTION 



15 



259, 293, 340, 352, 372, 425; oc- 
cupies part of Fenway building, 
155, 174; thanks of M.H.S. to, 

13. 4; and Rich. Price, 17. 338, 
339, 372 ; vacates Fenway building, 

19. 225. 

American Almanac, wrong tabulation 
of Continental army, 2. 205. 

American Antiquarian Society, ser- 
vices of Stephen Salisbury, 1. 227, 

2. 93, 95; Frothingham's interest, 
1.389; tributetoS.F. Haven, 394; 
Haven as Librarian, 395-396, 398, 
403, 405; resumes pub. of Trans- 
actions, 397, 399; repub. of 
Thomas's History of Printing, 402; 
Haven Bequest, 405; and record 
of census of 1765, 4. 138; services 
of Charies Deane, 5. 129-131; and 
return of Bradford MS., 11. 314- 
315, 16. 80; early Am. imprints in 
library^ 12. 380; G. F. Hoar as 
member, 19. 259; services of 
Stephen Salisbury, the Younger, 

20. 415. 

American Apollo, containing M.H.S. 
Collections, 6. 203. 

American Historical Association, 
meeting (1886), 2. 435; purpose, 
435; M.H.S. invitation, 12. 349, 
372; MSS. Commission, 349; ser- 
vices of H. B. Adams, 13. 200; and 
Alfred millenary, 15. 186-188; New 
Orieans meeting (1903), 18. 232- 
236. 

American Letter Mail Co., stamps, 
.4. 109. 

American Magazine of Useful Knowl- 
edge, 2. 491. 

American Oriental Society, founding, 

14. 472. 

American Philosophical Society, 
150th anniversary, 8. 59, 265-266; 
acknowledgment to, 16. 186; 
Rush's oration (1786), 17. 342; 
Transactions, 342, 500; diploma 
for Rich. Price, 349; services of 
John Vaughan, 349; Franklin 
bicentenary, 20. 246. 

American Revolution. — See also 
analyzed references under Con- 
tinental Congress, Independence, 
Loyalists. — Stone's French Allies, 
1. 2; early efforts for navy, 15-18, 
17. 307; privateering, 1. 18-28, 12. 
198-200, 19. 422; condition of 
Am. army (1775), 1. 19; (1778), 

3. 124; (1780), 15. 363; supplies 
from privateer prizes, 1. 20-22; 
Clinton's journal on John Sullivan, 



47-64; Sullivan's services, 49-50; 
mutiny of Pa. line, 53 ; French aid 
(1781), 61; Eden on Brit, com- 
manders (?1775), 224; Rodney on 
(1780), 224; SulUvan's brigade 
book (1775), 250; precedents for 
passage of Declaratory Act and 
repeal of Stamp Act, 2. 87; New- 
port and non-importation agree- 
ment (1770), 122; Boston Mas- 
sacre, 122, 3. 313-318, 321,'l0. 73- 
74; troops at Boston (1768), 2. 156, 
3. 393 n., 10. 69; alarm at Ply- 
mouth (1776), 2. 158; German mer- 
cenaries, 167, 274, 3. 219-221, 4. 
2-12, 9. 545, 18. 243-250; size of 
Continental army, 2. 204-207, 221- 
224 ; service of Brit, regiments, 223 ; 
Newport trade (1777), 235-236, 
238; Arnold's Qyebec expedition, 
265-305; prisoners of war, 272-275, 
295-299, 3. 133,19. 117, 138, 158; 
list of journals on Sullivan's ex- 
pedition, 2. 436-441; McKendry's 
journal (1777-80), 442-478; news 
of French alliance, 444, 6. 107; 
Cherry Valley Massacre, 2. 449- 
450, 3. 122; Sullivan's expedition, 
2. 458-477, 3. 128; Stony Point, 

2. 461 ; Boston Port Bill, its effects, 
481-486, 9. 106-107, 10. 84-87, 17. 
267-269, 271, 278; Lexington and 
Concord, 3. 8, 6. 391-396, ^10. 90- 
91, 11. 304-306, 17. 288-290, 296, 
20. 580-582; Priestley on (1778), 

3. 15; Span, archives, 54 ; Martha's 
Vineyard (1779), 84-88; Brit, em- 
barkation at Charleston (1782), 
95-96; journal of Henry Dearborn 
(1776-78, 1782-83), 102-133; Bour- 
goyne's campaign, 103-109, 6. 89- 
100, 10. 503-506; and Indians, 3. 
106, 113, 119, 17. 305, 313, 18. 
115, 159, 164; Philadelphia cam- 
paign, 3. 110-114, 6. 103-108; 
Monmouth, 3. 114-118,6. 108-112; 
Newport campaign, 3. 118-119, 6. 
114-117; Thanksgiving (1777), 3. 
112, 6. 105; (1778), 3. 124; army 
in New York and Conn. (1778-79), 
118-130, 6. 124-129; (1782-83), 
3. 130-133; Channel naval battle 
(1778), 120; rumored evacuation 
of New York (1778), 120, 121; 
Brit, counterfeits of Continental 
bills, 121 ; Brit, raids from New 
York (1778), 122; (1779), 126; 
rumor of Span, aid and recogni- 
tion, 125, 126; Brit, transports 
stranded and captured (1779), 127, 



16 



AMERICAN REVOLUTION 



128; Southern campaign (1779), 
128-130; Clark's campaigns (1779), 
129; peace rumors (1782), 130, 
131, 133; W. I. campaign (1782), 
130, 133, 19. 152-157, 160, 166; 
Dutch recognition, medal, 3. 130, 

7. 19-22; French army and fleet 
(1782), 3. 131; (1778), 10. 463; 
(1780), 19. 112, 114, 117, 119; 
change in Brit, ministry, 3. 131; 
index to foreign docs, on, consid- 
ered, 159, 178, 216; authorship of 
Montcalm spurious letters, 202- 
205; unsolved questions concern- 
ing, 221; papers of Q. M. G., 318; 
Wyoming Massacre, 340-347 ; 
Writs of Assistance, 371, 4. 84, 88, 
6. 190-196; toasts at Plymouth 
(1769), 3.404-405; Plymouth Com. 
of Corresp., 44P-443; French alli- 
ance, fisheries, and peace negotia- 
tions (1779-81), 4. 48-54; -journal 
of Mass, intercoln. Com. of Corresp., 
82-90; bullets from statue of 
George III., 247 n., 264, 293-298; 
Luzerne's papers, 308; influence 
of town meetings, 6. 321 ; Dupre's 
medals, 348-352; journal of Eben- 
ezer Wild (1776-81), 6. 78-160; 
sham fights, 118, 119, 121, 122, 139; 
Va. campaign, 130-149, 19. 115- 
139; Yorktown, 6. 149-156, 19. 
139-144; Massachusettensis papers, 
6. 252-254, 399; importance of 
Boston in pre-Rev. struggle, 252; 
sources by young Brit, officers, 
433 ; meinorial and proposed corps 
of Capt. Cochrane, 433-442, 519; 
Brit, mounted light infantry, 436- 
438; siege of Boston, 7. 356-360, 
400-413, 9. 10, 41-91, 10. 91-99, 
412-416, 480-481, 494-496, 12. 
78-87, 17. 290-292, 296-301, 303- 
305, 18. 423-430; officers' rations 
(1775), 7. 407; milit. funeral, 411, 
9. 74; Arnold's treason, 7. 451- 
454, 12. 346-348, 19. 116, 20. 537; 
causes of Conn.'s influence, 8. 124, 
125, 137; causes, 138, 20. 140-142; 
pay question in Am. army (1775), 

8. 289, 9. 56; hopelessness of recon- 
ciliation (1775), 8. 289; Church's 
treason, 9. 63-66; relief for S. C. 
and Ga. inhabitants (1781), 105, 
169-172; French drama of siege of 
Boston, 108-109; various diaries 
and letters of period, 10. 12 ; Boston 
Tea Party, 19, 79-82, 475-480, 16. 
285, 20. 560-563; Rowe's diary 
on Boston events (1764-79), 10. 60- 



108; Stamp Act and its effects, 61, 
11. 299, 13. 393, 16. 110 n.-112 n., 
198, 200-202, 211, 19. 108-111; 
loyalist on reconciliation (1778), 10. 
419-420; distress and desire for 
peace (1778), 463-465; Canadian 
expedition (1776), 496-499, 18. 
430-431; small-pox in Am. army, 
10. 497-499; N.J. campaign, 500- 
502; lack of discipline, 500-502; 
Bennington, 503-506 ; age of polit. 
leaders, 11. 229; Bowdoin and 
Temple Papers on, 286-299; evo- 
lutionary aspect, 289-290; Bow- 
doin as leader, 290; Sir John 
Temple's services, 292-294; de- 
liberateness of Eng. enactments, 
294-298; legality of pari, enact- 
ments, 298, 368-371; London 
merchants on Declaratory Act 
(1766), 446-448; minutemen, 12. 
75; diary of Amos Farnsworth 
(1775-76), 78-87, 100-102; Bos- 
ton leaders characterized by loy- 
alist (1775), 139-142; Penobscot 
expedition (1779), 200-202; at- 
tacks on Bahamas, 13. 16; ad- 
dresses to Hutchinson and Gage 
(1774), 14. 48 n.-51 n. ; Mass. Reg- 
ulating Act, 52-54, 17. 271-272; 
loyalist handbill on Boston rebels 
(1774), 16. 92; Sons of Liberty in 
New York (1766), 210, 211, 217; 
loyalist on conditions in Boston 
(1774), 285^-290; account of Wash- 
ington taking command, 17. 129 
conditions in Mass. (1772), 265 
spirit of union (1774), 268, 277 
(1775), 295, 299, 301; attitude 
towards war (1774-75), 269, 272, 
275-276,282,285; force in Boston 
(Jan. 1775), 275; Eng. disbelief in 
Am. milit. ability, 276, 287; non- 
consumption (1775), 277; Rich. 
Price on colon, rights (1775), 279; 
Price's pamphlets on, 308, 311, 
325, 327; Chatham's plan of pacifi- 
cation, 279; Mass.' declared in re- 
bellion, 280; North's concession 
(1775), 280; North's plan to dis- 
unite colonies (1775), 281; alarm 
of Sept., 1774, 289; and Eng, 
merchants (1775), 295; Salem ex- 
pedition, 295; attitude of Irish, 
302, 306; Shelburne on crisis 
(1775), 306, 307; on prospects 
(1777), 312; Brit, cruelties, 308; 
Am. task, 309; Brit, hopes (1777), 
310; Abingdon's pamphlet, 313; 
hiring of Dutch troops, 314-318; 



AMERICAN SCHOOL-AMORT 



17 



Johnstone's misrepresentations 
(1778), 319; evidences of prosper- 
ity (1779), 319-321; Vaughan's 
letters on peace negotiations (1782- 
83), 406-438 [see Peace]; Asgill 
episode, 425, 426 n,, 19. 158; 
Hutchinson Letters, 18. 243; or- 
derly book (1780), 325; Camden, 
19. 112, 113, 119; Carolina cam- 
paign (1780-82), 116-128, 132-135, 
138-141, 144, 147-149, 155, 158, 
159, 166, 20. 112-118; Cowpens, 
19. 122, 123 ; rumored French naval 
victories (1781), 123-125; Guilford 
Court House, 125, 127; Holland 
and England, 127 ; Spain's attitude, 
142; illicit trade, 151; Edmund 
Pendleton on peace negotiations, 
152-154, 158, 160-164; Va. and 
tobacco trade with New York 
(1782), 154-157; Arthur Lee's 
abuse of French alliance (1782), 
164-166; Quaker movement for 
armistice (1777), 20. 61. 

American School at Rome, advocated, 
11. 273, 276. 

American State Papers, authorization, 

14. 407 n, 

American system, and 22d Cong., 19. 

508-514; Adams's attitude, 515. 

See also Internal improvements, 

Tariff. 
Americans, characteristics, 8. 306- 

309; hist, importance, 13. 94; 

causes of change in Eng. opinion, 

15. 189-193, 227; wealth and 
masterfulness, 190, 192. 

Ames. See also Eames, Emes, 
Emmes. 

Ames, Amos, and Shays's Rebellion, 
1. 301. 

Ames, Annah L. [Mrs. Griswold] 19. 
65, 66. 

Ames, Anthony, 19. 66. 

Ames, Eleazer, killed (1758), 6. 22, 
33 ; effects appraised, 24, 27 ; biog. 
note, 30. 

Ames, Mrs. Elizabeth, 6. 30. 

Ames, Ellis, resigns membership, 1. 
228; M.H.S. tribute to, 253; and 
McKendry 's diary, 2. 436 ; in M. H. S. 
group pictures (1858, '69), 3. vii, 
6. 78; M.H.S. circular letter 
(1854), 213; reprinted M.H.S. 
papers, 221-222; and proposed in- 
crease in M.H.S. membership 
(1876), 10. 318; on Sumner and 
Garrison mob, 481-483. 

Ames, Ezra, portrait room in Albany, 
19. 367. 



Ames, Fisher, Anna C. Lowell on, 
18. 309. 

Ames, Hannah (Eels), 19. 66. 

Ames, John [1], killed by Indians 
(1724), 6, 30. 

Ames, John [2], 6. 30. 

Ames, Joseph, ports, of Webster, 2. 
262, 4. 350; '^Last Days of Web- 
ster," 6. 451. 

Ames, Lemuel, recruit (1760), 6. 427. 

Ames, Levi, hanged, 10. 57, 

Ames, Nathaniel, on Northern lights, 
2, 102; remains (1775), 9. 85. See 
also Ames Tavern. 

Ames, Robert, and Shays's Rebellion, 

1. 301. 

Ames, Seth, in M.H.S. group picture 

(1869), 3. vii. 
Ames, William, exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 49, 
Ames, WiUiam [H. C. 1645], Saints 

Security, 11. 207. 
Ames Tavern, Dedham (1765-1805), 

2. 32, 9. 42, 10. 47. 

Amesbury, Indian attacks (1691), 7. 

158; (1677), 13, 405, 
Amherst, Jeffrey, baron, papers in 

Parkman MSS,, 4. 44; at Albany 

(1760), 391; at Montreal, 401; 

winter quarters, 404; advance on 

Montreal, 5. 362, 372, 373, 376-378; 

at Crown Point, 385, 386. 
Amherst College, interest of David 

Sears, 2. 414; services of A. H. 

Bullock, 3. 322; State grant, 323. 
''Amis des Noirs," influence in West 

Indies, 2. 310. 
Amiel, John, in Boston society, 10. 

32, 39; as fisherman, 49. 
Aminias of Pallene, at Salamis, 17. 

393, 401. 
Amoret, Indian, kidnapped, 2. 36. 
Amory, Charles W., in Civil War, 2. 

417. 
Amory, Elizabeth (Coffin), 5. 342, 

10. 37; port. 37 n. 
Amory, Hannah (Linzee), 4. 414. 
Amory, James S., manner, 5. 344. 
Amory, John, on merchants' com. 

(1770), 10. 76; on com. on ad- 
dress to Hutchinson (1771), 77; 

conference on Port Bill, 85 ; debate 

on Com. of Corresp. (1774), 86; 

absentee loyalist, 163. 
Amory, Jonathan, of Ireland, 6. 341. 
Amory, Jonathan, conference on 

Port Bill, 10. 85 ; at Boston dinner 

(1776), 103. 
Amory, Jonathan [b. 1770], 4. 414, 

5. 342. 



18 



AMORY-ANDRE 



Amory, Lucy (Fletcher), 16. 370 n. 

Amory, Mehitable (Sullivan), 5. 342. 

Amory, Nathaniel, subscription to 
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Amory, Rebecca [Mrs. Lowell], 12. 
114. 

Amory, Rebeckah (Holmes), 5. 341. 

Amory, Rufus G., Boston estate, 11. 
311. 

Amory, Thomas [1], immigrant, an- 
cestry, 6. 341. 

Amory, Thomas [2], 6. 341; wedding 
(1764), 10. 37; exiled from Boston 
(1776), 102. 

Amory, Thomas C. [d. 1812], char- 
acter, 4. 414. 

Amory, Thomas Coffin, Clinton's 
SECRET JOURNAL, 1. 47-64; re- 
marks, 2. 167; communicates cat. 
of Webster ports., 261-265; on 
David Sears, 428 n.; in M.H.S. 
group picture (1869), 3. vii; on de- 
posit of Sullivan Papers, 96; pub- 
lications (1886-89), 279, 4. 348; 
on revision of Mass. statutes after 
independence, 378; on St. Croix 
boundary, 379 ; on Journals of Old 
Congress, 379; M.H.S. tributes to, 
6. 1-2, 438; Memoir by A. T. Per- 
kins, 341-346; ancestry, 341-342; 
birth and death, 342 ; homes, 342 ; 
education, 342; travel, 342, 343; 
and law, 342; hist, interests and 
works, 343; public services, 344; 
and draft riot, 344; character, 
344; published writings, 345-346; 
reprinted M.H.S. papers, 6. 222; 
Librarian M.H.S., 8. 343; on par- 
ticipants in Tea Party, 10. 479; 
books and MSS. presented by es- 
tate of, 16. 477. 

Amory, William [H. C. 1784], student 
in Parsons's office, 16. 321; men- 
tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary 
(1787-89), 322, 326, 327, 331, 334, 
346, 347, 361, 378-381, 383, 387, 
392-396, 399, 401, 445, 447, 451, 
458; and law studies, 322, 348; 
admitted to bar, 401, 402 ; Adams's 
characterization, 402 ; marriage, 
455; French prisoner of war 
(1795), 458 n. 

Amory, William, M.H.S. tributes to, 
4. 213-215, 340; in M.H.S. 213- 
215; fund bequeathed to M.H.S., 
236; Memoir by O. W. Holmes, 
414-417; port., 414; birth and 
death, 414; ancestry, 414; educa- 
tion, 414; at Groton, 415; travel, 
415; and law, 415; manufacturing 



interests, 415; societies, 416; char- 
acter, 416-417; as writer, 417; on 
Thos. Aspinwall, 7. 38; Friday 
Club, 14. 473, 16. 465; in Florence 
(1829), 19. 446. 

Amory, Mrs. William (Sears), 2. 429. 

Ampaumet, Indian, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366, 370. 

Amsterdam, relig. freedom in, 6. 
42-43 ; congregations of Eng. non- 
conformists, 43-45; records on 
exiles, 45-47; list of Eng. exiles 
(1597-1625), 47-64. 

Amundsen, Roald, and Northwest 
Passage, 20. 438. 

Amusements, shows in Boston (1764- 
76), 10. 28, 37; horse racing in 
Mass. (1677), 12: 403; Spanish 
bull-fight, 16. 471; James I.'s 
Book of Sports, 19. 86-95; tab- 
leaux, 423. See also Social life, 
Theatre. 

Anabaptists. See Baptists. 

Ancient and Honorable Artillery 
Company, revival after Revolution, 
1. 251 ; and Gage's seizure of arms, 
4. 193; presents commemorative 
medal, 350 ; at centenary of Wash- 
ington's inauguration, 371; 250th 
Annual Record, 412; election ser- 
mons (1672-1700), 9. 436, 443, 474, 
515, 517, 521, 17. 31, 56. 

Ancient wreck. See Wreck. 

Andalusia, ride through (1868), 16. 
471-474. 

Anderson. See also Andrewson. 

Anderson, David, death (1677), 7. 168. 

Anderson, James, on com. on ad- 
dress to Gage, 10. 86. 

Anderson, John, death (1677), 7. 169. 

Anderson, John, of Fredericksburg, 
Va., business character, 15. 136. 

Anderson, Major John F., anecdotes 
of Sherman, 16. 467. 

Anderson, William, tavern-keeper at 
Chester, Pa., 2. 33, 19. 375. 

Anderson's Bridge, Va. (1781), 6. 140. 

Andover, Mass., Indian attack (1698), 
1. 152; Maverick's account (1660), 
235; in 1650, 2. 48; recruits 
(1760), 6. 427; and Harvard Hall 
(1677), 9. 101. 

Andover Theological Seminary, con- 
troversy, 7. 99, 18. 299-301; in 
1828, 14. 450; ^. A. Park as pro- 
fessor, 453-464; origin and creed, 
455-461. 

Andre, Haitian black, 2. 358. 

Andr^, John, and Parsons, 1. 250; 
contemp. account of capture, 7. 



ANDREW- ANGIER 



19 



451; sketch of Margaret Shippen, 
10. 292. 

Andrew, J., briefs in prize cases 
(1736-52), 5. 86, 88, 90, 101. 

Andrew, John Albion, on John 
Brown, 1. 219; preparation for 
war, 3. 329, 19. 237; memoir, 6. 
209; port, bequeathed to M.H.S., 
16. 265; as human-rights states- 
man, 18. 378; and Henry Lee, 19. 
236-241; Butler controversy, 239. 

Andrew, Samuel, letter to Mather 
(1683) on Commencement date, 10. 
202. 

Andrews. See also Andrus. 

Andrews, Abraham, academy, 1. 381. 

Andrews, Ammi, captured at Quebec, 

2. 295. 

Andrews, Anna [Mrs. Hill], 11. 189. 

Andrews, Benjamin, at Boston dinner 
(1776), 10. 103; shot (1779), 
107. 

Andrews, Benjamin H., Commence- 
ment part (1830), 5. 202; biog. 
notes, 202 n., 211 n.; Master's 
oration (1833), 211. 

Andrews, Bridget, 1. 137. 

Andrews, Charles M., on origin of 
Conn., 5. 271 n.; and Stevens In- 
dex-Catalogue, 20. 557, 558 

Andrews, Ebenezer, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 152. 

Andrews, Ebenezer T., Boston es- 
tate, 1. 315; subscription for 
M.H.S. building, 3. 291. 

Andrews, John, exile in Amsterdam 
(1600), 6. 63. 

Andrews, John, letters, 10. 12; on 
. Goldthwait, 14. 54. 

Andrews, Rev. John, Harvard D. D. 
(1824), 5. 192; biog. note, 16. 295n., 
300 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's 
diary (1787-88), 295, 305, 309, 313, 
339, 410, 415, 416, 423, 441, 448, 
450, 452, 455; at B K (1787), 
310; supplies at Newburyport, 
414, 416, 442, 443, 445, 449; gift to 
Harvard Library, 17. 58. 

Andrews, Joseph, engravings by, 8. 
149, 10. 126. 

Andrews, Margaret (Wiggles worth), 
16. 300 n. 

Andrews, Robert, petition (1637), 

3. 199. 

Andrews, Samuel, and royal arms at 
St. Andrews, N. Brun., 4. 255. 

Andrews, Samuel P., Divinity School 
part, 19. 364. 

Andrews, Thomas, in Phips's Quebec 
expedition, 15. 299. 



Andrews, William, vestryman in Va. 

(1635), 3. 5. 
Andrews, William, of England (1669), 

1. 137. 
Andrews, William S., Commencement 

part (1812) and biog. note, 5. 

176 n. 
Andrews, William T., Boston estate, 

1. 315; subscription to Boston 

dinner (1830), 6. 342. 
Andrewson, Captain, on Delaware 

River, N. J. (1781), 6. 159. 
Andros, Sir Edmund, surveys and 

maps made by order of, 2. 478, 8. 

228-230; Natl. Sylvester on (1675), 

4. 284; and Fitz-John Winthrop 
(1677, '80), 287, 288; expected re- 
turn to N. Y. (1682), 289; patent 
to Winthrop (1680), 5. 306; con- 
temp, accounts and imprints of 
govt, and overthrow, 7. 149-150, 
9. 478, 490, 12. 282-283, 13. 410- 
411, 17. 18-19, 66; goes to Eng- 
land, 7. 152; notice of arrival in 
Boston (1687), 9. 473; proclama- 
tion on invasion of Prince of Orange 
(1688), 475; Rawson's petition to, 
12. 224; Randolph's petition on 
fees, 237-239; and Clark's Island, 
346; preparation for reception 
(1686), 13. 278; in Boston (1680), 
408; and Canada, 15. 304, 313; 
and John Higginson, 16. 518. 

Andrus. See also Andrews. 
Andrus, Amos, at Am. camp (1775), 

9. 64, 88, 89. 
Andrus, Daniel, at siege of B6ston, 

9. 42, 47, 68. 
Andrus, Lieut. Epaphras(?), at siege 

of Boston, 9. 42, 47, 68. 
Andrus, John, at Am. camp (1775), 

9. 76. 
Angel Gabriel, wrecked (1635), 17. 77, 

82-83. 
Angell, James, justice of peace (1764), 

18. 261. 
Angell, James Burrill, elected a 

corresp. member M.H.S., 10. 454; 

accepts, 468. 
Angell, Oliver, teacher, 3. 300. 
Angel's Tavern, R. I., 6. 113, 

124. 
Angier, Charles, at Brown Commence- 
ment (1795), 3. 42; death, 42 w., 

5. 173. 

Angier, John, 3. 388. 

Angier, Oakes, barrister in Plymouth, 
3. 384; biog. note, 388; auTog., 
389; guest of Old Colony Club, 
393-397; elected a member, 397- 



20 



ANGIER-APPLETON 



398; record of attendance, 399, 
405-413, 418-420, 427, 429, 431. 

Angier, Rev. Samuel, preface to 
Mather's Cases of Conscience, 17. 
40. 

Anglo-Saxons, proper commemor- 
ative day, 15. 513. 

Animals, domestic, in N. Eng. (1660), 

I. 247; extermination of wild, 
17. 4. 

Ann, Cape, name as royal memorial, 
4. 242. 

Ann,^ Boston brig, captured by 
privateer, 2. 380 n. 

Ann Cleeve (1643), 8. 14 n. 

Anna Maria y St. Felix, prize case 
(1752), 5. 97-98. 

Annapolis, Md., in 1804, 2. 15; royal 
memorials, 4. 250; Am. troops at 
(1781), 6. 133-134. 

Annapolis, N. S., in 1776, 2. 302; 
garrison (1747), 12. 49; tercen- 
tenary, 18. 371. See also Port 
Royal. 

Annapolis Convention, Rush on, 17. 
341, 342, 353. 

Anne of England, ports, in Boston, 
4. 241; at Annapolis, 250; last 
royal veto, 5. 157; news of death 
in Boston, 15. 328; mourning for 
her there, 330-332. 

Anne, Fort, origin of name, 4. 247. 

Annesber^, N. Y., name as royal 
memorial, 4. 247. 

Annexations. See Territory. 

Annis, Samuel, and Canada expedi- 
tion (1747), 12. 50. 

Annisquam, on early map, 1. 212. 

Anonymous Fund of M.H.S., estab- 
lished, 3. 277; thanks for, 278; 
history, 4. 112, 353, 5. 442, 6. 408, 
7. 376, 8. 188, 9. 31, 10. 129, 560, 

II. 322, 12. 179, 13. 69, 14. 132, 
15. 33, 16. 133, 17. 217, 18. 274, 19. 
209, 20. 212; instructions from 
founder, 13. 66 

Anson, Anna [Mrs. Salisbury, Mrs. 

Jellison], 6. 60. 
Anson, Sir William R., on last royal 

veto, 5. 159. 
Anspach-Bayreuth, archives on Am. 

Rev., 3. 220. 
Antarctic Exploring Expedition, 

Pickering's journal, 6. 285. 
Anthony, A. V. S., gift to M.H.S., 2. 

271. 
Anthony, Henry B., length of service 

in Senate, 10. 10. 
Anthony, Kezia [Mrs. Brayton], 19. 

208. 



Antietam, battle of, Sumner's mis- 
take, 7. 40; forces, 18. 443. 

Antigua, society (1665), 5. 106. 

Anti-Federalists. See Ratification. 

Anti-Masons, Levi Lincoln's papers 
on, 6. 166; in Mass. (1835), 18. 
108-109. 

Antinomianism, trial of Anne Hutch- 
inson, 4. 161-191; and allotments 
at Rumney Marsh (1638), 7. 136- 
137; printing of Welder's Short 
Story, 8. 404; papers on Wheel- 
wright, 511-517; Wm. Aspinwall, 
12. 211-212. 

Antislavery, averse sentiment in 
Boston (1856), 8. 405; Mass. 
school of statesmen, 18. 378; earl^ 
movement, 20. 60. See also Aboli- 
tionism, Slavery. 

Antoine, Haitian slave, 2. 364. 

Anville, Jean Baptiste d', map (1746) 
and Sparks ** red-line" map, 3. 364. 

Aplin, , of N. S. (1784), 3. 81. 

Appelby, Margery H. [Mrs. Ains- 
worth], 6. 49. 

Appelby, R., exile in Amsterdam 
(1607), 6. 49. 

Appleton. See also Applin. 

Appleton, (1795), 3. 41. 

Appleton, , of Baltimore (1812), 

19. 376. 

Appleton, Charles H., voyage to 
Europe (1853), 5. 343. 

Appleton, Edith S. (Appleton), 17. 
519. 

Appleton, Frances E. [Mrs. Long- 
fellow], 8. 153; death, 153. 

Appleton, Harriot C. (Sumner), 17. 
516. 

Appleton, Capt. John [b. 1622], loyal 
petition (1666), 6. 471; defence of 
petition, 472-474; attempt to un- 
seat, 474, 476; town's vindication, 
475; death (1699) and character, 
476; on com. on war expenses 
(1676), 12. 402; justice of peace 
(1686), 13. 229; clerk of court 
(1686), 251, 260; named for coun- 
cil (1691), 14. 217. 

Appleton, John [b. 1652], secures re- 
lease of Indian captives (1706), 1. 
158; and speakership contest 
(1720), 6. 389; candidacy for Coun- 
cil (1698), 12. 284; and Council's 
assumption of control (1715), 15. 
345. 

Appleton, John, reprinted M.H.S. 
paper, 6. 222; cat. of M.H.S. Li- 
brary, 8. 326, 340; Asst. Librarian, 
344. 



APPLETON 



21 



Appleton, John J., Commencement 
part (1813), 5. 177; biog. note, 
177 n. 

Appleton, Rev. Joseph, ministry at 
North Brookfield, 19. 433; monu- 
ment, 433, 439. 

Appleton, Joseph, Jr., inscription to, 
19. 439. 

Appleton, Nathan, Washington Mon- 
ument appeal, 2. 143; subscrip- 
tions for M.H.S. building, 3. 291, 
292; in M.H.S., 5. 5; Harvard 
A.M. (1844), 245; in M.H.S. group 
picture (1858), 6. 77; reprinted 
M.H.S. paper, 222; subscription 
to Boston dinner (1830), 341; me- 
moir of Abbott Lawrence, 7. 123; 
and Sumner, 11. 278-280; and 
outbreak of Civil War, 281; and 
beginning of Lawrence, 12. 119; 
career and character, 17. 516; at 
bicentenary of N. Eng. Confed., 
19. 361; speech on tariff (1832), 
520. 

Appleton, Rev. Nathaniel [H. C. 
1712], and Harvard, 5. 401, 411- 
412, 414; admitted to First 
Church, 406; sermon on Mrs. 
Gerrish (1736), 9. 352; sermons 
during siege of Boston, 12. 85, 86. 

Appleton, Nathaniel [H. C. 1749], 
purchases confiscated Walpole es- 
tate, 10. 170. 

Appleton, Samuel [b. 1586], petition 
(1637), 3. 199. 

App'eton, Samuel [b. 1654], and 
Council's assumption of control 
(1715), 15. 345. 

Appleton, Samuel [b. 1766], fund be- 
queathed to M.H.S., 1. 173; sub- 
scription for M.H.S. building, 3. 
291 ; subscription to Boston dinner 
(1830), 6. 341. See also Appleton 
Fund. 

Appleton, Sarah E, [Mrs. Lawrence], 
12. 136. 

Appleton, Mrs. Thomas, gift to 
M.H.S., 9. 28. 

Appleton, William [1], Washington 
Monument appeal, 2. 143; sub- 
scription for M.H.S. building, 3. 
292; and outbreak of Civil War, 
11. 281; in Mass. Conven. (1853), 

18. 48; monument to his father, 

19. 439. 

Appleton, William [2], voyage to 
Europe (1853), 5. 343. 

Appleton, William Stuart, 17. 519. 

Appleton, William Sumner [1] [Com- 
munications follow], list of publi- 



cations (1884-1902), 1. 170, 2. 68, 
392, 3. 280, 6. 404, 7. 369, 9. 22, 
10. 121, 11. 317, 13. 65, 14. 128, 16. 
129; remarks, 2. 88, 10. 552, 12. 
29, 111, 292, 424, 13. 142, 156, 197, 
15. 105, 16. 232; gifts to M.H.S., 
2. 257, 10. 470, 14. 1, 16. 150; 
remarks on H. T. Parker, 6. 164; 
reprinted M.H.S. papers, 222; re- 
marks on A. T. Perkins, 422; junior 
member M.H.S., 9. 94; and pro- 
posed ed. of Bradford and Win- 
throp, 12. 260; remarks on J. C. 
Ropes, 13. 222; study of heraldry, 
14. 268, 17. 243, 518; as Record 
Commissioner, 14. 269, 15. 97, 17. 
519; presents communication for 
another member, 14. 372; M.H.S. 
tributes to, 17. 236, 241-245; as 
geneajogist, 242,522-524; as numis- 
matist, 243-244, 517; style, 244; 
thoroughness, 244-245 ; Memoir by 
C. C. Smith, 516-531; port, and 
AUTOG., 516; birth and death, 516; 
ancestry, 516; education, 517; 
travel, 518-520; in M.H.S., 518, 
519, 524-526; marriage, 519; in 
Am. Acad., 519; autobiog. state- 
ment, 520-521; plan to estab. 
Gallery of Art, 521; contingent 
bequests, 522; religion, 526; social 
life, 527; children, 527; writings, 
527-531-; bequest to M.H.S., 19. 
300, 20. 229-230; gifts to M.H.S. 
from heirs of, 304, 20. 229. See 
also Appleton Collection. 

Communications: Memoir of H, 
G. SoMERBY, 1. 132-138; on Peale 
ports, of Washington, 2. 156, 11. 
68; on Bedford flag, 2. 199-200; 
article on Northmen, 3. 159; ques- 
tion on Rochambeau's port., 4. 90; 
on French literary interest in U. S., 
5. 163-165; on some genealogical 
discoveries, 263-264; Augustus 
DupRE, 348-352; on Pavia's me- 
morial to Columbus, 6. 32; on 
Washington's port, at Blois, 34; on 
Dr. Lothrop as chaplain of Cadets, 
34; letter of Wm. Coffin, 250; on 
Mass. note of 1691, 442; Loyal 
PETITIONS OF 1666, 469-477; on 
PhilHps Brooks, 8. 83-84; Hugh 
Peter in literature, 118-122; 
punning verses on Boston minis- 
ters, 252-254 ; on Oswego and Dip- 
lomatic medals, 500-502; on Sir 
J. R. Seeley, 9. 540; Century op 
U. S. Senate, 10. 9-11, 12. 156, 13. 
312-315, 14. 1, 15. 94; on W. N. 



22 



APPLETON-ARCHIBALD 



Sainsbury, 10. 116; on badge of 
Bucks of America, 470; Whigs of 
Mass., H, 278-282; letter of 
Washington, 12. 156; on T. B 
Jervis, 191; on M. F. Force, 13 
121; on Cornelio Desimoni, 448 
on relics of Columbian Order, 14, 
1-2; criticises Proceedings, 147 
suggests opening of building to 
public, 148; on W. H. Whitmore, 
267-271; exhibits broadside on 
Boston fire (1760), 372; on death 
of Senator Bradbury, 426; Memoir 
OP W. H. Whitmore, 15. 96-104; 
Heraldry in Amerca, 163-166; 
on Waters's Genealogical Gleanings, 
478; on J. W. Dean, 513; on J. J. 
Howard, 16. 271. 

Appleton, William Sumner [2], and 
Appleton Collection of Coins, 20. 
230, 420, 550; M.H.S. thanks to, 
550. 

Appleton and Co., D., gift to M.H.S., 
2. 258. 

Appleton Collection of Coins and 
Medals, bequeathed to M.H.S., 19. 
300, 20. 229 ; arrangement and sug- 
gested extension, 230, 420, 550. 

Appleton Fund, history, 1. 173, 2. 
72, 396, 3. 284, 292, 293, 4. 110, 
351, 5. 440, 6. 406, 7. 374, 8. 186, 
9. 29, 10. 126, 557, 11. 319, 12. 176, 
13. 67, 14. 130, 15. 30, 16. 130, 17. 
215, 18. 271, 19. 206, 20. 209; in- 
come account (1884), 1. 177; (1885), 
2. 76; (1886), 400; (1887), 3. 288; 
(1888), 4. 115; (1889), 356; (1890), 
6. 445; (1891), 6. 411; (1892), 7. 
379; (1893), 8. 191; (1894), 9. 34; 
(1895), 10. 133; (1896), 564; (1897), 
11. 327; (1898), 12. 183; (1899), 
13. 76; (1900), 14. 140; (1901), 
15. 40; (1902), 16. 141; (1903), 17. 
225; (1904), 18. 284; (1905), 19. 
219; (1906), 20. 223; use, 4. 118, 
359, 6. 414, 10. 567, 11. 331. 

Appletown, N. Y., Indian village de- 
stroyed, 2. 467, 471. 

Applin (Appleton), Thomas, of Swan- 
zey, N. H. (1776), 6. 88. 

Appomattox campaign. Northern 
comment on surrender, 13. 434; 
T. L. Livermore's paper on, 20. 
87-112; story of disclosure of 
Lee's plans, 87-89; forces, 89, 109- 
112; no doc. evidence of disclos- 
ure, 89-93; Lee on conditions 
(March), 91; situation (March 23), 
93; Fort Stedman, 94; movement 
on railroads, Five Forks, 94-97; 



general assault, 97; field of man- 
oeuvres after evacuation, 97; 
Grant's information and decisions, 
98-102, 107-108; changes in plan 
of retreat, 102-107; cause of Con- 
federate disaster, 108; effect on 
reconstruction of Lee's attitude, 
553-555. 

Apportionment of representation, in 
Mass. (1821), 14. 328; first, of 
National House, 15. 139; of 1832, 
206. 

Apprenticeship of Boston paupers 
(1792), 2. 242. 

Apthorp, Charles, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Apthorp, Charles Ward, absentee loy- 
alist, 10. 163; confiscated Boston 
estate, 166. 

Apthorp, Rev. East, relig. contro- 
versy, 8. 92. 

Apthorp, Grisel (1777), 2. 236. 

Apthorp, Grisel (Eastwick), keeps a 
carriage (1768), 1. 225; purchases 
confiscated Boston estate, 10. 166. 

Apthorp, John, keeps a carriage 
(1768), 1. 225; in Boston society, 
10. 35. 

Apthorp, Thomas, in Boston society, 
10. 32; absentee loyalist, 163. 

Apthorp, William, in Boston society, 
10. 32; absentee loyalist, 163. 

Aranda, Pedro Abarca de Boleo, 
conde de, on Am. negotiations 
(1782), 17. 424. 

Arhela, date of arrival, 2. 221. 

Arber, Edward, on first Plymouth 
record of name Mayflower, 11. 70; 
on missing account of voyage of 
Mayflower, 367, 12. 17. 

Archabald, David, minuteman, 12. 
104. 

Achaeological Congress, proposed 
(1866), 1. 400; postponed, 401. 

Archaeology, Central American jade- 
ite relics, probable Asian origin, 2. 
170-171; Iroquois houses, 466, 
467; Iroquois tombs, 467; Indian 
burial-urn, 3. 283; ''Skraellings" 
and Trenton-gravel discoveries, 5. 
338; Wm. Duane on Guatemalan 
(1824), 20. 380. 

Archdale, John, Maine lands, 19. 
292. 

Archerbill, John, Groton recruit 
(1760), 6. 429. 

Archery, allowed by Book of Sports, 
19. 88. 

Archibald. See Archabald, Archer* 
bill. 



ARCHITECTUEE-ARNOLD 



23 



Architecture, Bulfinch's misconcep- 
tion of future importance, 7. 455; 
importance of World's Fair, 8. 
309-312; Barrell house in Somer- 
ville, 10. 548-552. See also Houses. 

Archives, report on portion of Mass. 
2. 68; Span., on Am. Rev., 3. 54; 
court-files of Suffolk Co., Mass., 54; 
question of index to foreign docs, 
of Am. Rev., 159, 178, 216; Ger- 
man, on Am. Rev., 219-221; list 
of Winthrop Papers variously de- 
posited, 5. 288-306; Brit, system, 
6. 260, 442; Roman, on Am. hist., 
11. 272-277; access to French 
(1846), 15. 91; Dutch, 17. 168- 
170. See also Manuscripts. 

Ardivey, Judith (Holder), 6. 54. 

Areopagus of Athens, govt, after 
Persian Wars, 6. 387. 

Aresco Fields, N. Y., Indian attack 

• (1779), 2. 461. 

Argall, Sir Samuel, - docs, on raid, 1. 
187-192. 

Argan, Jane, exile in Amsterdam, 6. 49. 

Argenson, Marc P., comte d\ letters 
from L^vis, 4. 96. 

Arianism in U. S. (1784), 17. 323. 

Aristides, rule in Athens, 6. 387 ; and 
battle of Salamis, 17. 395, 398, 403, 
404. 

Aristotle, treatise on constitution of 
Athens, 6. 385-387. 

Arlington, former name for Win- 
chester, N. H., 5. 167. 

Arlington, Va., confiscated, 1. 255. 

Armand, Col. Charles, sent to Greene 
(1781), 6. 156. 

Armitage, Godfrey, 17. 86. 

Arms. See Coat armor. 

Armstrong, James, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 152. 

Armstrong, Job, 18. 260. 

Armstrong, Gen. John, and Wm. 
Duane, 20. 344, 353. 

Armstrong, Samuel T., subscription 
for M.H.S. building, 3. 291; to 
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 392. 

Army, American, punishments dur- 
ing Rev., 6. 102, 106-108, 111, 115, 
119-122, 127, 136, 7. 401; comment 
on standing (1792, '94), 15. 137, 
.146; Pa. line (1781), 19. 129, 132, 
135; Va. line (1782), 149; Wm. 
Duane's milit. works, 20. 304-305, 
350; negro troops suggested (1814), 
20. 373-375. See also Militia, and 
wars by name. 

Army, British, training of N. Brun. 
corps (1799), 3. 72; vice (1760), 



4. 403, 5. 363, 364, 388; abolition 
of purchase, 5. 162; tenacious 
traditions, 13. 412-413, 422; de- 
fensive qualities, 420-422; Wm. 
Duane on (1810), 20. 332-333. 
See also wars by name. 

Arnfield, Alexander, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 49. 

Arnfield, Alice, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 49. 

Arnfield, Edward, exile in Amster- 
dam (1611), 6. 49. 

Arnfield, John, exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 49. 

Arnold, , of Newport (1760), 7. 

345. 

Arnold, Mrs. Alice, exile in Amster- 
dam (1613), 6. 49. 

Arnold, Anthony, exile in Amster- 
dam (1613), 6. 49. 

Arnold, Barachias, sea-captain (1691), 

7. 157, 160. 

Arnold, Benedict, at Providence 
(1685), 8. 11. 

Arnold, Gen. Benedict, journals of 
Quebec expedition, 2. 265-305 
[see Quebec]; wounded in assault, 
272, 291, 293; leaves Albany 
(1778), 444; at New London, 3. 
44; march to Fort Stanwix, 103; 
return, 104; at Freeman's Farm, 
107, 6. 94; joins army before 
Philadelphia, 3. 113; duel, 124; 
Du Simiti^re's ports., 4. 142; on 
Lake Champlain (1776), 6. 84, 85; 
in Va., 138, 19. 122-128, 131, 134; 
news from (Nov. 1775), 7. 421; 
contemp. account of treason, 451- 
454; letters to Miss Deblois, 10. 
472; advertisement (1794), 12. 
Ill; anecdote of his soldiers and 
treason, 346-348; Edmund Pendle- 
ton, on treason, 19. 116; Varick's 
papers on treason, 20. 537. 

Arnold, Ephraim, death, 14. 18. 

Arnold, George, Asst. in M.H.S. 
Library, 8. 344. 

Arnold Hannah, book owned by 
(1707), 9. 433. 

Arnold, Isaac (1674), 4. 282. 

Arnold, Isaac, of Nassau Island, 
marriage license (1706), 5. 302. 

Arnold, James U., justice of peace 
(1764), 18. 262. 

Arnold, Ensign John, of Conn., 
complaint (1699), 5. 298. 

Arnold, John, of Boston (1701), 14. 
20. 

Arnold, Joseph, sea-captain (1694), 
7. 166. 



24 



ARNOLD-ASPINWALL 



Arnold, Joseph, of Conn., testimony 

(1699), 5. 298. 
Arnold, Joseph, of Braintree, death 

(1701), 14. 20. 
Arnold, Mary, exile in Amsterdam 

(1613), 6. 49. 
Arnold, Rev. Samuel, David serving 

his Generation, 9. 434; preaches 

for Mather (1676), 13. 364. 
Arnold, Thomas D., Heard's assault 

on, 19. 520 n. 
Arnold, William (1645), 8. 11. 
Arnold, William, and Mass. boundary 

dispute (1731), 19. 26. 
Arnott (Arnt), Neil, 19. 459. 
Arnt. See Arnott. 
Arrowsic (Rousask), Me., in 1775, 2. 

276. 
Arsac de Temay. See Temay. 
Art, and youth, 11. 227. See also 

Boston Museum, Fine arts, and 

arts by name. 
Artemisium, battle, 17. 386i 
Arthopel, , agent of Santee Canal, 

2. 29. 
Arthur, Chester A., port., 2. 394. 
Articles of Confederation. See Con- 
federation. 
Arundale, Francis, in Egypt, 19. 494. 
Ascough, Captain (1755), 16. 76. 
Ascough, Marmaduke, of Eng. (1665), 

13. 19. 
Asgill, Capt. Charles, proposed retali- 
ation on, 17. 425, 426 n., 19. 158. 
Ash, John (1675), 10. 193. 
Ash, Mrs. Mary, assaulted, 10. 193. 
Ashbumer, Walter, gift to M.H.S., 

17. 262. 
Ashburton, Alexander Baring, 1st 

baron, port, of Webster owned by, 

2. 262; and Oswald map, 3. 

368, 368 n.; at Harvard B K 

(1842), 9. 134-135. 
Ashburton Treaty, solution of "red- 
line" map question, 3. 361-366; 

Oswald map, 367-368. 
Ashby, Mass., Shays's insurgents, 1. 

299; com. on gnevances, 301. 
Asher, Joseph, Indian at Sandwich, 

10, 51. 
Ashford, Conn., inn (1804), 2. 32. 
Ashley, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Is^ 

baron [earl of Shaftesbury], MS. of 

speech, 4. 268; grant of Bahamas, 

13. 10, 15. 
Ashley, Azariah, non-consumption 

agreement (1786), 8. 497. 
Ashley, William James, elected a 

corresp. member M.H.S., 15. 264; 

accepts, 324. 



Ashmun, John H., Commencement 
part (1818) and biog. note, 5. 
183 n. ; letter from Story (1831) on 
postmastership, state and national 
affairs, 15. 216. 

Ashton, J. Hubley, on Horace Gray, 
18. 169-185. 

Ashton, Robert, reprinted M.H.S. 
paper, 6. 348. 

Ashurst, Sir Henry, and Paul Dudley, 
16. 28 71., 29 n. 

Ashurst, Sir William, and appoint- 
ment of Burgess, 4. 192 n. ; on 
Dudley (1714), 15. 328. 

Asia, first distinction of Am. from, 
8. 67, 70; N. Am. as extension, 77; 
future, 14. 259. 

Aspinwall, Mrs. Elizabeth, 12. 211, 
218. 

Aspinwall, Louise E. (Foignand), 7. 
37. 

Aspinwall, Samuel, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151; char- 
acterized, 152. 

Aspinwall, Sarah (Gardner), 7. 32. 

Aspinwall, Thomas, Commencement 
part (1804), 5. 169; biog. note, 
169 n. ; delay in memoir of, 169 n., 
7. 30; Master's part (1807), 5. 172; 
in M.H.S. group pictures (1858, 
'69), 3. vii, 6. 78; library, 5. 166, 
313-320; reprinted M.H.S. papers, 
6. 322; Memoir by C. C. Smith, 7. 
32-38; PORT, and autog., 32; 
birth, 32 ; ancestry, 32 ; education, 
32; lawyer, 33; in War of 1812, 
loses arm, 33 ; as Consul at London, 
34, 19. 460; interest in oceanic 
steam service, 7. 35 ; services to Am. 
authors, 35; in M.H.S., 36; con- 
troversy over Narragansett patent, 
37, 71; commercial interests, 37; 
decline and death, 37; marriage 
and children, 38; appearance and 
character, 38 ; nonagenarian, 9. 93. 

Aspinwall, William, estate in Boston, 
1. 319; inventory of Winthrop's 
goods, 7. 140-143 ; notarial records 
(1644-51), 11. 184-187; autog., 
12. 211; career, 211-218; works, 
218; compiles "Book of Posses- 
sions," 359, 19. 563. 

Aspinwall, Dr. William, 7. 32; and 
inoculation, 19. 426. 

Aspinwall, William, Commencement 
part (1838), 5. 223. 

Aspinwall, William H., mission to 
England (1863), 13. 186-195. 

Aspinwall-Barlow Library, history, 
5. 166, 313-320. 



ASPINWALL-ATTUCKS 



25 



Aspinwall house, Brookline, 14. 296. 

Asplin, Mrs. Ellen, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 49. 

Asplin, W., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 
49. 

Assacumet, Indian. See Sassacomoit. 

Assassination, of McKinley, 15. 183, 
185; lack of contemp. significance 
in recent, of rulers, 184-186. 

Assembly-man, reference to Hugh 
Peter, 8. 122. 

Assension, East India Co. ship (1600), 
6. 36. 

Assistants. See Council of Mass. 

Associations, opposition to relig. 
(1836), 19. 364, 365. 

Astor, John Jacob, and Detroit bank 
(1806), 20. 293, 523. 

Astronomy, Saturn's interior dusky- 
ring, 1. 407; comet of 1853, 408; 
of 1665, 9. 423; of 1769, 10. 59; 
U. S. Chronometric Expedition 
(1855), 1. 409; Oliver and Priest- 
ley on comets, 3. 13; John Win- 
throp, Jr., and instruments for 
Harvard, 4. 264-266, 8. 3; his 
telescopes, 4. 266 ; Clarke's lantern, 
333; theories of meteors, 7. 268; 
discovery of Jupiter's fifth satellite, 
8. 1-4. See also Almanacs. 

Astwood, Capt. John, and Crom- 
well's West Indian expedition, 16. 
501. 

Aswald [? Oswald], Eleazar, captured 
at Quebec, 2. 295. 

Asycough, Samuel, attack on Crdve- 
coeur, 20. 66. 

Atchison, David R., defeated in 
Kansas, 1. 182; and Kansas legis- 
lature, 14. 3. 

Athawes, Edward, letter on Declara- 
tory Act (1766), 11. 446. 

Athearn, Jabez, 3. 88. 

Athens, Aristotle's treatise on con- 
stitution, 6. 385-387 ; Draco's con- 
stitution, 385; use of lot, 386; 
Solon's laws, 386; abolition of 
debt, 386; change in coins, 386; 
govt, after Persian Wars, 386. 

Atherton, Lieut. A., killed at Wyo- 
ming (1778), 3. 345. 

Atherton, Charles G., Commence- 
ment part (1822), 6. 189; biog. 
note, 189 n. 

Atherton, Charles Humphrey, and 
class reunion (1844), 5. 242. 

Atherton, Humphrey, Atherton Com- 
pany, 2. 151, 152. 

Atherton, Joshua, in Ratification 
Conven., 16. 386; biog. note, 386 n. 



Atherton Company, papers of, agree- 
ments on treatment of Indians, 2. 
150-151; payment to Conn., 151; 
list of associates, 151-152. 

Atkins, Benjamin F., Commencement 
part (1838), 5. 222; biog. note, 
222 n. ; Master's oration, 233. 

Atkins, Catherine [Mrs. Eliot], 16. 
419 n. 

Atkins, Dudley. See Tyng. 

Atkins, Gibbs, absentee loyalist, 10. 
163 ; confiscated estate, 166. 

Atkins, John, of Va., will (1623), 1. 
135. 

Atkins, Mary Russell [Mrs. Searle], 
16. 419 n. 

Atkins, Rebecca, mentioned in J. Q. 
Adams's diary (1787), 16. 319, 330, 
346, 347; biog. note, 320 n. 

Atkins, Sarah (Kent), mentioned in 
J. Q. Adams's diary (1787-88), 16. 
319, 347, 391, 416, 419, 421, 425, 
446,448; biog. note, 320 n. 

Atkins, Timothy, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 172. 

Atkins, William, of London (1623), 
1. 135. 

Atkinson, J., bill of sale of slave, 20. 
514. 

Atkinson, Theodore, Boston estate, 
1. 313. 

Atkinson, Col. Theodore(?), at Ports- 
mouth (1776), 10. 102. 

Atkinson, William P., Commence- 
ment part (1838), 5. 223. 

Atlantic Monthly, beginning, 11. 55; 
H. E. Scudder as editor, 17. 155. 

Atlantic Silk Co. of Nantucket, 3. 8. 

Atlee, Edwin P., corresp. with Adams 
(1836), on slavery, 15. 455-459. 

Attainder, procedure of reversal, 1. 
90-92, 104; reversal as private 
act, 101; forfeiture as inseparable 
incident, 100-108, 340, 342; retro- 
action, 108; pardon and reversal, 
108; Mass. ''act setting forth 
general privileges," 345. 

Atterbury, Bishop Francis, 2. 195 n. 

Attleboro, Mass., inn (1775), 9. 42; 
and Mass.-R. I. boundary, 19. 21. 

Attorney-general, right to elect in 
provin. Mass., 10. 285-288; and 
commission of oyer and terminer, 
288; table of Mass. officials before 
1780, 289-291; commission (1702), 
12. 51-54. 

Attucks, Crispus, M.H.S. and pro- 
posed memorial, 3. 313-318; me- 
morial authorized, 321. See also 
Boston Massacre. 



26 



ATWATER-AUTOGRAPHS 



At water, , of Conn., and book- 
selling (1802), 20. 274. 

Atwater, Joshua, death, 13. 365. 

Atwell, Bridget [Mrs. Holden], 4. 385. 

Atwood, Lydia [Mrs. Hovey], 3. 402 n. 

Aubert, Thomas, voyage (1508), 8. 
70. 

Aubrey, Thomas, on Tuckahoe, 14. 
208-209. 

Aubrey, William, iron works, 13. 29. 

Auchmuty, Robert, absentee loyalist, 

10. 163; confiscated Boston estate, 
166, 168; not Atty.-Gen., 288; 
addresses to Hutchinson and 
Gage (1774), 14. 50 n., 51 n.; as 
judge, 20. 536. 

Auchmuty, Rev. Samuel, as fisher- 
man, 10. 49. 

Auditing Committee. See Finances 
of M.H.S. 

Audley, John, briefs in prize cases 
(1744-48), 5. 88, 91. 

Augustus III. of Poland, letters from 
Levis, 4. 96. 

Aukecunsick, place so-called, 4. 156. 

Aukland, Elizabeth (Pigott), 6. 58. 

Aukland, Matthew, exile in Amster- 
dam (1610), 6. 49. 

Aulnay-Chamisay. See Menou. 

Aurora, under Duane, 20. 257, 259; 
circular on revival (1834), 391-394. 
See also Duane (Wm.). 

Aurora borealis, first appearances in 
N. Eng., 2. 102-105; in 1719, 102- 
103; in 1734, 103; appearance in 
Eng. (1716), 103-104; formerly 
less frequent, 105. 

Austin, Benejah, commission (1745), 

11. 420. 

Austin, Benjamin, and police reform 
in Boston (1792), 4. 63; fight with 
Russell, 64. 

Austin, James Trecothick, subscrip- 
tion for M.H.S. building, 3. 291; 
Harvard LL.D., 5. 225; address 
on Mo. Compromise, 7. 119, 120 n. ; 
iPB K oration (1831), 9. 123; biog. 
note, 123 n. ; and change in B K 
constitution, 15. 205 n. ; and Jack- 
son^s LL.D., 20. 499, 500, 504-510. 

Austin, Jonathan L., at Harvard 
Commencement (1820), 5. 187. 

Austin, Richard T., Divinity School 
part, 19. 364. 

Austin, Samuel, plundered before 
evacuation, 10. 96; Admiralty 
suit (1776), 102, 103; characterized, 

12. 140. 

Austin, Rev, Samuel, at New Haven, 
3. 48; biog. note, 48 w. 



Austin, William, Commencement part 
(1831), 6. 206; biog. note, 206 n. 

Austin house, Cambridge, 14. 291. 

Autographs, various, presented, 1. 
32, 70, 186, 4. 156; Washburn Col- 
lection, 8. 168-169, 10. 123, 16. 
144; Chamberlain Collection, 14. 
279, 20. 125-127; collection of 
H. W. Taft, 19. 304, 308. See also 
next title, and Manuscripts. 

Autographs, of officers of Va. Co. 
(1609), 2. 246; of members of Old 
Colony Club, 3. 389; of Suffolk 
County recorders and registers, 12, 
203-249, 14. 35-93, 16. 24-83 ; C. F. 
Adams [1], 13. 198; J. Q. Adams, 

16. front. ; W. S. Appleton, 17. 516; 
Thos. Aspinwall, 7. 32; Edward 
Bangs, 10. 311; G. T. Bigelow, 
5. front; J. S. Brayton, 19. 268; 
L. F. Brigham, 16. 535; Martin 
Brimmer, 10. 586; Saml. Buell 
(1755), 9. 528; E. L. Bynner, 9. 
173; J. E. Cabot, 20. 526; P. A. 
Chadbourne, 18. 448; Mellen 
Chamberlain, 20. 119; G. B. Chase, 

17. front; Rufus Choate, 11. 124; 
J. F. Clarke, 4. front ; S. C. Cobb. 7. 
318; U. H. Crocker, 19. 554; 
R. H. Dana, Jr., 6. 262; Charies 
Deane, 7. front ; George Dexter, 1, 
327; H. M. Dexter, 7. 90; C. F. 
Dunbar, 14. 218; Saml. Eliot, 14. 
front; G.E. Ellis, 10. front; R. W. 
Emerson, 2. 107; W. C. Endicott, 
15. front; Edward Everett, 18. 
front; W. A. Field, 19. 61; H. W. 
Foote, 8. 236; R. B. Forbes, 6. 197; 
John Foster, 19. 59; O. B. Froth- 
ingham, 10. 507; Richard Froth- 
ingham, 1. front; Horace Gray, 

18. 155; W. W. Greenough, 14. 
468; G. S. Hale, 12. 483; S. F. 
Haven, 1. 394; C. H. Hill, 13. 130; 
H. A. Hill, 11. 188; G. F. Hoar, 

19. front; Natl. Hunting (1695), 
9. 528; Williams Latham, 4. 195; 
A. A. Lawrence, 12. 130; Henry 
Lee, 19. 228; S. K. Lothrop, 3. 
161; Augustus Lowell, 15. 169; 
E. J. Lowell, 9. 541; John Lowell, 
14. 177; John A. Lowell, 12. 113; 
Theo. Lyman, 20. 147; S. F. 
McCleary, 15. 255; H. S. Nourse, 
18.292; F.E.Oliver, 8. 474; L. R. 
Paige, 15. 240; F. W. Palfrey, 7. 
39; E. A. Park, 14. 446; F. E, 
Parker, 3. 247; Francis Parkman, 
8. 520; A. P. Peabody, 11. 25; 
A. T. Perkins, 7. 426; C. C. Per- 



AUX CAYES-BACHE 



27 



kins, 3. 223; E. L. Pierce, 18. 363; 
H. L. Pierce, 11. 386; E. G. Porter, 
15. 55; Thos. Prince, 17. 39; Ed- 
mund Quincy, 18. 401 ; J. C. Ropes, 
14. 229; W. G. Russell, 155; 
Stephen Salisbury [2], 2. 89; 
Stephen Salisbury [3], 20. 412; 
James Savage, front. ; H. E. Scud- 
der, 17. 142; David Sears, 2. 405; 
G. O. Shattuck, 14. 361; J. L. 
Sibley, 2. front ; E. F. Slafter, 20. 
591; Capt. John Smith, 12. 158; 
Chas. Sumner, 20. 538; Talleyrand, 
15.89; H. W. Taft, 19. 390; Natl. 
Thayer, 2. 51; B. F. Thomas, 14. 
297; R.N.Toppan,15.480; H. W. 
Torrey, 9. 197; C. W. Tuttle, 1. 
406; F.A.Walker, 13. 303; James 
Walker, 6. front ; J. D. Washburn, 
17. 511 ; R. C. Waterston, 8. front ; 
B. M. Watson, 12. 253; Henry 
Wheatland, 9. 276 ; H. A. Whitney, 
5. 424; Justin Winsor, 12. front; 
R. C. Winthrop, 9. front; R. C. 
Winthrop, Jr., 20. 178; Roger 
Wolcott, 18. 86. 

Aux Cayes, Haiti, in 1785, 2. 308. 

Avery, Mrs., tavern-keeper in New 
York (1804), 2. 8, 33. 

Avery, Charles, at Am. camp (1775), 
9. 59, 

Avery, Rev. David, sermons in Am. 
camp (1775), 12. 80, 82. 

Avery, Capt James, instructions to 
(1703, '04), 5. 300, 301. 

Avery, John, Pepperell recruit 
(1760), 6. 429. 

Avery, John [1], member of Boston 
^'Possee," 10. 38. 

Avery, John [2], photog., 3. 282; 
removes effigies (1768), 10. 66; 
characterized, 12. 140. 

Avery, John [3], at Brown Com- 
mencement (1795), 3. 42; death, 
42 n. 

Avery, Mrs. Mary, photog., 3. 282. 

Avery, William, Boston bookseller 
(1679), 9. 448. 

Avery, Deacon William, of Dedham, 
death, 1. 160, 14. 26. 

Avis, Thomas, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 152. 

Axtel, Nathaniel, agreement as one of 
Winthrop's creditors (1644), 11. 
186. 

Ayer, Mass., population (1885), 4. 
140; formed out of Groton, 140. 

Ayers. See also Ayres, Eayres. 

Ayers, Amos, of Brookfield (1762), 
7. 397. 



Ayers, Moses, of Brookj&eld (1762), 
7. 388. 

Ayers, Onesephemus, of Brookfield 
(1762), 7. 398, 399. 

Aylmer, Henry, prize case (1744), 5. 
88. 

Aylwin, William C, subscription to 
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Ayres. See also Ayers. 

Ayres, -, in Arnold's Quebec ex- 
pedition, 2. 282, 283. 

Ayres, Henry, as fisherman, 10. 48. 

Ayrolt, Daniel, prize case (1750), 5. 
96. 



B 



B., A.,- Seasonable Motives, 9. 480. 

B., P. B., characterized (1836), 7, 
290. 

B., T. C, Voyage au Canada, 4. 45. 

Babbidge, Rev. Charles, at Philan- 
thropic Soc. (1836), 19. 365. 

Babbit, Mary E. [Mrs. Cushman], 3. 
385. 

Babcock. See also Badcock. 

Babcock, Ensign, at siege of Boston, 
9.65. 

Babcock, George Wade, privateers- 
man (1777), 12. 199. 

Babcock, William G., Commencement 
part (1841), 5. 232. 

Babson, Ann (Mason), 3. 143. 

Babson, Isabel, immigrant, 3. 138. 

Babson, James, 3. 138. 

Babson, John James, death an- 
nounced, 2. 258, 390; in M.H.S. 
group picture (1869), 3. vii.; Me- 
moir by C. C. Smith, 138-143; 
birth and ancestry, 138; educa- 
tion, 138; in trade, 138; and 
Gloucester Lyceum, 138; lecture, 
138; banker, 139; public services, 
139-140; writings, 140, 142; in 
M.H.S., 141; scrap-book on 
Gloucester in Civil War, 141; 
abroad, 141; interest in fisheries, 
141 ; societies, 142 ; marriages and 
children, 142; character, 143. 

Babson, Mary (Griffin), 3. 138. 

Babson, Mary C. (Rogers), 3. 142. 

Babson, William, 3. 138. 

Bacha, prize case (1752), 5. 99-100. 

Bache, Benjamin F., children, 20. 
341. 

Bache, Richard, and Pa. politics 
(1802), 20. 278. 

Bache, Sarah, letter from Abby 
Hamilton (1792), 11. 197. 



28 



BACHI-BAIRD 



Bachi, Dr. Pietro, family in Palermo 
(1829), 19. 451. 

Back Bay, Boston, development, 13. 
2-4. 

Backaway, Benjamin, death, 14. 19. 

Backus, Charles, biog. note, 3. 49, 
49 n. 

Backus, Mary [Mrs. Goodman], 17. 
182. 

Backus, Rev. Simon, sermon at Louis- 
burg (1745), 11. 445. 

Bacon, Edward, career, 12. 345 ; letter 
to Col. Watson (1775) on Lexing- 
ton, 345. 

Bacon, Ephraim, death (1714), 8. 
22L 

Bacon, Francis, Theophilus Parsons 
on Common Law, 16. 412; J. Q. 
Adams on Pleas, 443. 

Bacon, Francis, purchases Eng. land 
of Winthrop, 7. 131 w. 

Bacon, Mrs. Francis E., gift to 
M.H.S., 5. 451. 

Bacon, Rev. Jacob, 3. 433, 444. 

Bacon, John, of Charlestown, 7. 170; 
death (1678), 170. 

Bacon, Rev. John, in Boston society, 
10. 31. 

Bacon, John, contest in Mass. Senate 
(1806), 20. 16. 

Bacon, Mrs. John, death (1678), 7. 
170. 

Bacon, John W., Commencement 
part (1843), 6. 238; biog. note, 
238. 

Bacon, Theodore, on forged medal- 
lion, 3. 348. 

Bacon, William B., and F. E. Parker, 
3. 248. 

Bacon's Ordinary, Va. (1781), 6. 142. 

Bacot, Thomas W., acknowledgments 
to, 4. 251 n., 255 n. 

Badcock, Col. Adam, in Boston 
(1778), 10. 106. 

Badger, , of Newark (1754), 7. 

340. 

Badger, Miss (1788), 16. 409. 

Badger, Daniel, death (1776), 6. 87. 

Badger, Thomas, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 152. 

Bagehot, Walter, on legislative power, 
16. 240. 

Bagley, Samuel, death of child (1698), 
14. 18. 

Bagnal, Ensign Richard, on furlough, 
2. 477. 

Bahama Islands, paper on early col- 
onization, 13. 4-58; power of at- 
torney as to grant (1654), 4-6; 
grants (1650), 4-5, 11-13; (1670), 



10, 15; principal islands, 7; con- 
founding of New Providence and 
Old Providence, 7, 8, 10-11; map, 
9; Wentworth as Gov., 10; Sayle's 
settlement, 11; name Eleuthera, 
13 n. ; Parliamentary refugees at, 
14-15; relief from N. Eng., 14; 
intercourse with Bermuda, 15; 
Spanish raids, 15; pirates, 16; 
Rogers's control, 16; refugees to 
Mass., 15 n., 258, 265, 270, 283; 
Eng. claim acknowledged, 16; dur- 
ing Am. Rev, 16; careers of 
patentees of 1650, 16-58. 

Bailey. See also Baily, Bayley, 
Baylie. 

Bailey, E., subscription to Boston 
dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Bailey, Francis, map showing Ordi- 
nance of 1784, 4. 60. 

Bailey, Gamaliel, and Chicago Block 
Co., 12. 166. 

Bailey, Hannah [Mrs. Shattuck], 14. 
361, 362. 

Bailey, Rev. Jacob, Bartlet's Me- 
moir, 2. 431-432. 

Bailey, Rev. John, death, 4. 79. 

Bailey, Col. John, at siege of Boston, 
9. 75. 

Bailey, Capt. (?) Nathaniel, in cam- 
paign of 1760, 4. 394, 397, 402, 
5. 378, 384, 385; has small pox, 
389. 

Bailey, Rev. Thomas, death, 1. 152, 
14. 18. 

Baillie, Rev. Robert, on intolerance 
in Mass., 8. 407. 

Baillou, , Haitian planter, res- 
cued by slave, 2. 324 n. 

Baily, Rev. John, death (1697), 1. 
152, 14. 18; books owned by, 9. 
428, 429, 432, 435, 437, 444, 448, 
454, 456, 470, 486, 17. 4; Man's 
chief End, 9. 478; To my Friends 
in Limerick, 478; note on, by de- 
scendant, 478; preface to Law- 
son's Christ's Fidelity, 496; to 
Answer to Keith's Libel, 499; to 
Mather's Cases of Conscience, 17. 
40 ; Mather's funeral sermon on, 64. 

Bainbridge, Capt. Joseph, Rogers on 
(1815), 4. 208. 

Bainbridge, Capt. William, Rogers on 
(1815), 4. 207. 

Baird, Charles W., Huguenot Erm- 
gration, 2. 65; on Wm. Mullins, 
5. 35. 

Baird, Henry Martyn, death, 20. 
xviii. 

Baird, John, of Glasgow, 1. 138. 



BAKER-BALLANTINE 



29 



Baker, , of Mass., death in army 

(1776), 12. 102. 

Baker, , death at Wyoming, 3. 

346. 

Baker, , whipped in Kansas, 1. 

217. 

Baker, Doctor, at Syracuse, Sicily 
(1829), 19. 452. 

Baker, Edward D., funeral, 1. 204. 

Baker, F. W., gift to M.H.S., 2. 
395. 

Baker, James, chocolate mill; 11. 391. 

Baker, John, Sr., loyal petition 
(1666), 6. 471. 

Baker, John, loyalist refugee, 2. 234. 

Baker, John, Jr., loyalist refugee, 2. 
234. 

Baker, Capt Jonathan, in campaign 
of 1760, 4. 408. 

Baker, Kenelm, loyalist refugee, 2. 
235. 

Baker, Dr. Moses, proceedings against, 
in Braintree, 6. 511-512. 

Baker, Silence, 19. 58. 

Baker, Thankful (Foster), 19. 58. 

Baker, Thomas, petition to Dudley 
(1686), 13. 238. 

Baker, Thomas, and Boston demon- 
stration (1770), 10. 75. 

Baker, Thomas, of Groton, minute- 
man, 12. 104. 

Baker, Lieut. Thomas, Brit officer, 
wounded at Lexington, 5. 395. 

Baker, Thomas, in Am. army (1776), 
12. 100, 101. 

Baker, Walter, chocolate mill, 11. 
389-390. 

Baker, William, removes to Chelms- 
ford (1656), 12. 325. 

Balch, Edwin S., acknowledgment 
to, 4. 259 n. 

Balch, Francis V., Henry Lee's char- 
acterization, 19. 253. 

Balch, Rev. Thomas, sermons at siege 
of Louisburg, 11. 424, 428, 430. 

Balcom, George L., port., 2. 395. 

Balderston, William, of Saleby, Eng. 
(1612), 8. 508. 

Baldwin, , at Crown Point 

(1760), 5. 385. 

Baldwin, Corporal Benjamin, in cam- 
paign of 1760, 4. 391. 

Baldwin, Christopher C, port., 16. 
146. 

Baldwin, Cyrus, plundered before 
evacuation of Boston, 10. 96; 
Admiralty suit (1776), 102; char- 
acterized, 12. 142. 

Baldwin, Lieut. Henry, wounded at 
Lexington, 5. 396. 



Baldwin, Justice Henry, and his 

brethren (1831), 14. 347, 348; 

mental derangement, 354, 409; 

Stoiy on death, 424. 
Baldwin, Jacob, scholar at Townsend, 

Mass. (1772), 4. 386. 
Baldwin, Capt. Jeduthan, of Brook- 
field, 7. 385, 386, 389, 398, 399. 
Baldwin, John, scholar at Townsend, 

Mass. (1772), 4. 386. 
Baldwin, Jonas, scholar at Townsend, 

Mass. (1772), 4. 386. 
Baldwin, Loammi, capture of Shat- 

tuck, 1. 304. 
Baldwin, Loammi [H. C. 1800], Vice- 

Pres. oi (^ B K,9. 112; and change 

in B K constitution, 15. 205 n. 
Baldwin, Lucy (Parkman), of Brook- 
field, 7. 385. 
Baldwin, Richard, London bookseller 

(1693), 12. 393. 
Baldwin, Ruth, scholar at Townsend, 

Mass. (1772), 4. 386. 
Baldwin, Simeon Eben, elected a cor- 

resp. member M.H.S., 14.1; Rev. 

John Higginson, 16. 478-520. 
Balfour, , and James Parker, 16. 

202. 
Balfour, Major James (or Nesbitt), 

of British army (1777), 2. 237. 
Balke, Hannah, baptism (1669), 12. 

337. 
Balke, Mrs. Hannah, joins Chelms- 
ford Church (1669), 12. 337. 
Balke, Sarah, baptism (1669), 12. 

337. 
Ball, , of Va., congressional can- 
didacy (1797), 15. 161. 
Ball, Captain, of Boston, killed 

(1703), 14. 22. 
Ball, Benjamin, scholar at Townsend, 

Mass. (1772), 4. 386; in Am. army 

(1775), 12. 106. 
Ball, Betty, scholar at Townsend, 

Mass. (1772), 4. 386. 
Ball, James, scholar at Townsend, 

Mass. (1772), 4. 386. 
Ball, Jeremiah, scholar at Townsend, 

Mass. (1772), 4. 386. 
Ball, Mary [Mrs. WiUis], 16. 303 n. 
Ball, Molly, scholar at Townsend, 

Mass. (1772), 4. 386. 
Ball, Rachel, scholar at Townsend, 

Mass. (1772), 4. 386. 
Ball, Thomas, statues of Webster, 2. 

264; bust of Everett, 16. 477. 
Ballads, importance of popular, 9. 2. 
Ballantine. See also Ballendine. 
Ballantine, John, autog., 12. 249^; 

career, 249-250. 



30 



BALLANTINE-BANGS 



Ballantine, Mary (Winthrop), 12. 
250. 

Ballard, Clara G. [Mrs. Crocker], 19. 
564. 

Ballard, Jarvis, petition as attorney 
(1686), 13. 274. 

Ballard, Capt. William H., furloughs, 
2. 443, 477; at Cherry Valley, 445, 
447-452; march to Fort Stanwix, 
445; Sullivan's expedition, 456, 
459; at Easton, 474. 

Ballat, Samuel, shipwright (1689), 7. 
151. 

Ballat, Mrs. Samuel, death, 7. 170. 

Ballendine, , and navigation of 

Potomac (1772), 12. 156. 

Balli, Pedro, printer in Mexico, 12. 
400. 

Ballou, Hosea, Harvard A.M. (1844), 
6. 245; D.D. (1845), 248. 

Balmanno, Robert, 2. 217. 

Balston, Capt. Jonathan, in Phips's 
Quebec expedition, 15. 306. 

Baltimore, in 1804, 2. 14-15; royal 
memorials, 4. 250; and election of 
1832, 6. 467, 468; in 1812, 19. 375- 
376; riot (1812), 375, 378, 383, 384. 

Bancroft, Rev. Aaron, Harvard D.D., 
5. 175; at Commencement (1820), 
187; career, 6. 295; letter from 
John Adams (1823) on his sermons, 
8. 91-93; elected to B K (1787), 
16. 312; biog. note, 312 n. 

Bancroft, Abel, minuteman, 12. 104. 

Bancroft, Capt. Benjamin, 6. 23, 24. 

Bancroft, Edmund, of Groton, 6. 24, 
429. 

Bancroft, Frederic, elected a corresp. 
member M.H.S., 15. 105; paper 
on slave-trade, 17. 130; on free 
negroes, 19. 406. 

Bancroft, George, and Hutchinson's 
diary, letter to Everett (1843), 1. 
164, 166-167; on date of signing 
of Declaration, 273, 294 w.; on 
Frothingham's Siege of Boston, 
385; at a class dinner, 2. 91 ; Pres. 
Am. Hist. Assoc, 435; oldest 
member M.H.S., 5. 4; Commence- 
ment part (1817), 182; Harvard 
LL.D., 239; on Vinland, 333; 
M.H.S. tributes to, 6. 270, 272, 
294-304; in M.H.S., 295; last years, 
295, 304; Democrat, 296, 303; 
anecdote of first polit. appoint- 
ment, 296; hist, enthusiasm, 296; 
presses friends into service, 296- 
298 ; social alienations and removal 
from Boston, 298; as Sec. of Navy, 
298; scholarships, 298; thrift, 298; 



as historian, 299-300, 302-304, 11. 
287, 13. 98, 99; as diplomat, 6. 
302; ports., 9. 28, 10. 125, 126; 
0BK poem (1823), 9. 119, 119 n.; 
Round Hill School, 10. 209-2 10; and 
depositions of survivors of Bunker 
Hill, 480; appoints Hawthorne 
weigher, 12. 194; at Gottingen, 
366; on Juilliard vs. Greenman, 
16. 260; on women in Va., 18. 
374; at bicentenary of N. Eng. 
Confed., 19. 361; writes John- 
son's first message, 398, 399-405. 

Bancroft, Capt. James, at Ticon- 
deroga (1776), 12. 102. 

Bancroft, Jonathan, on Indian scout 
(1748), 6. 431. 

Bancroft, Lieut. Samuel, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 82, 90. 

Bancroft, Thomas, graduates, 16. 440. 

Bangs, Alicia (Le Cain), 10. 311. 

Bangs, Anne (Outram), 10. 314; 
gifts to M.H.S., 16. 332, 17. 230. 

Bangs, Edward, elected a member 
M.H.S., 2. 101; on Auditing Com. 
(1886), 225; report, 403; presents 
copy of Guillim's Heraldry, 249; 
on its '* exploded'' coats of arms, 
249-257; on com. on Sharpless 
ports., 3. 136; on Haynes gene- 
alogy, 160; Memoir of F. E. 
Parker, 247-252; remarks on 
presenting book of ports, by Du 
Simiti^re, 4. 141-142; on com. on 
publication commemorating cen- 
tennial of Washington's inaugu- 
ration, 236, 336; on Library Com. 
(1890), 5. 347; report, 452-456; 
Memoir of H. A. Whitney, 424- 
429; elected to M.H.S. Council 
(1890, '91), 457, 6. 420; remarks, 
21; on com. on M.H.S. centenary, 
196,214; reprinted M.H.S. papers, 
222-223; Journal of Isaac Bangs, 
404; M.H.S. tribute to, 8. 503; 
Memoir by John Lowell, 10. 311- 
314; PORT, and autog., 311; an- 
cestry, 311; birth and death, 311; 
and Emerson, 312; at Harvard, 
312; social club, 312; lawyer, 312- 
313; literary tastes, 312; trusts, 
313; public career, 313; polit. 
opinion, 313; as sportsman, 314; 
marriage and children, 314; char- 
acter, 314 ; card on Gilchrist (1860), 
14. 85 n. 

Bangs, Edward D., 2. 95. 

Bangs, Lieut. Isaac, journal (1776), 
6. 404. 

Bangs, Isaac [b. 1787], 10. 311. 



BANISTER-BARCLAY 



31 



Banister. See also Bannister. 
Banister, , of Newport (1777), 

2. 237. 

Banister, John, guest of Old Colony- 
Club, 3. 413, 430; lawsuit, 10. 53. 

Banister, John, of Va. (1787), 17. 
457. 

Banister, Samuel (1717), 8. 218. 

Banister, Thomas, guest of Old Col- 
ony Club, 3. 412, 413, 430. 

Bank of England, rumor of failure 
(1781), 19. 131, 132. 

Bank of North America, Edmund 
Pendleton on, 19. 137, 145, 148. 

Bank of United States, investigation 
(1832), 19. 512, 519; and politics, 
530; Adams on power to charter, 
550; Duane's opposition to re- 
charter (1811), 20. 345, 346, 348; 
Duane on (1834), 391-394. 

Bank of United States vs. Dandridge, 
Marshall on, 14. 332. 

Bankhead, T., at Louisville (1836), 

7. 290. 

Bankruptcy, royal instructions (1702), 

8. 103; Mass. act (1765), 10. 53; 
John Lowell as authority on, 14. 
178, 183; Webster on bill (1816, 
'25), 399, 405. 

Banks, Charles E., on Boade and 
Winthrop, 2. 156; gifts to M.H.S., 

3. 282, 8. 197. 

Banks, Capt. Francis, in Mass. Bay 
(1776), 10. 94, 100. 

Banks, Nathaniel P., and Henry 
Morris, 4. 211; port, on shin- 
plasters, 351; and Judge Bigelow, 
5. 478; and Know-Nothings, 11. 
392; and personal liberty law, 
394; in Mass. Conven. (1853), 18. 
34, 35, 41 ; Henry Lee on, 19. 240. 

Banks, inducements of Mass. Land 
Bank, 1. 225; security of circula- 
tion in Mass., 389; Babson's his- 
tory of Mass., 3. 140; Suffolk 
Bank system, 12. 116; Blackwell's 
schemes (1686, '87), 13. 24, 18. 
63-68. Merchants' Notes (1733), 
17. 184-208; Bank of N. Am., 19. 
137, 145, 148; Lee's safe-deposit 
vault, 232; reform in savings 
banks, 563; Detroit (1806), 20. 
289-291, 521-525; Duane on land 
(1809), 330-332. See also Bank of 
United States, Finance. 

Bannister. See also Banister. 

Bannister, Edward, before Dudley's 
Council (1686), 13. 277. 

Bannister, Gertrude [Mrs. Hurst], 
exile in Amsterdam (1608), 6. 49. 



Bannister, Ruth [Mrs. Park], 14. 

446. 
Bant, Gilbert, sea-captain (1690), 
7. 151, 152, 12. 245; captured by 
French, 7. 159; returns, 165; 
Boston estate, 14. 56 n. 
Bant, William, Boston estate, 14. 
56 n. ; subscribes to Merchants' 
Notes (1733), 17. 208. 
Bantu race, ascendant race, 17. 7, 
Banuelos, Conde de, death, 20. 189 n. 
Baptism, and doctrine of infant dam- 
nation, 6. 493; of child born on 
Sabbath, 494; Isaac Watts on, 

9. 401 ; works of Boston synod on 
(1662), 417, 420-421. 

Baptiste, Jean, status as prisoner 
(1705), 5. 422. 

Baptists, in R. L (1672), 3. 258; in- 
crease in U. S. (1841), 5. 232; in 
Holland (1577), 8. 411 n.; sup- 
port of Eng. country churches 
(1740), 9. 373, 377; Brez's work 
on, 9. 424; Scottow's transl. of 
it, 17. 15; meeting in Boston 
(1679), 13. 408; animosity of N. 
Eng. Puritans, 18. 345-346. See 
also Religion. 

Barbadoes, salt-making (1653-60), 
3. 193-196; quality of stone in, 4. 
276; tar, 277; under Lord Wil- 
loughby (1664), 279; and Guinea 
Co., 280; and N. Eng. trade 
(1674), 7. 13, 16-17. 

Barbary States, tribute to, 5. 25; 
Algerine War, 25-29. 

Barbauld, Anna L., on Priestley, 3. 
40 ri. 

Barbe-Marbois. See Marbois. 

Barber, Lieut-Col. . Francis, in Va. 
campaign (1781), 6. 131, 132, 138, 
143, 147, 148; in Yorktown cam- 
paign, 150. 

Barber, Nathaniel, in Boston society, 

10. 39, 103; and tea question, 80; 
characterized, 12. 141, 16. 92. 

Barber, Thomas, killed in Kansas, 
1.217. 

Barber, William, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 49. 

Barbour, John S., and Jackson (1832), 
14. 350; and tariff (1832), 19. 523. 

Barbour, Philip P., and Va. judge- 
ship (1822), 14. 402. 

Barclay, See also Barkley. 

Barclay, Reverend, preaches for 
Mather (1676), 13. 370, 371. 

Barclay, David, Jr., letter on De- 
claratory Act (1766), 11. 446. 

Barclay, Rev. Henry (1754), 7. 339. 



32 



BARCLAY-BARNAVE 



Barclay, Thomas, boundary commis- 
sioner (1796), 3. 350, 361, 379. 

Barefoot, Edward, of Eng., 19. 294. 

Barefoot, Sarah [Mrs. Wiggin], 19. 
289. 

Barefoot, Dr. Walter, justice of peace 
(1686), 13. 231; and N. H. records, 
264; paper on, 19. 288-294; and 
Dr. Greenland, 289, 294; convicted 
of assault, 291; immigration, 291; 
physician, 292; Maine lands, 292; 
ancestry, 294. 

Barge, , of Chelmsford (1666), 12. 

336. 

Barger, Captain, in Phips's Quebec 
expedition, 16. 307. 

Baring, Alexander. See Ashburton. 

Baring, George, 3. 401 n. 

Baring, Mary [Lady Temple], 3. 
401 n. 

Baring Bros., Span, ignorance of 
(1868), 16. 475. 

Barker, , tavern-keeper at New- 
castle, Me. (1776), 2. 304. 

Barker, Mrs., of Roxbury, Apostle 
Eliot on, 18. 344. 

Barker, Reverend, scaffold speech 
(1637), 13. 127. 

Barker, Benjamin, of Eng. (1665), 
1. 138. 

Barker, Caroline T. [Mrs. Winsor], 
12. 470. 

Barker, Sergeant David, death at 
Louisburg (1745), 11. 441. 

Barker, Elizabeth [Mrs. Winslow], 

17. 176. 

Barker, James Madison, elected a 
member M.H.S., 10. 540; on W. A. 
Field, 13. 166-171; on H. W. Taft, 

18. 390; Memoir of P. A. Chad- 
bourne, 448-453; M.H.S. tributes 
to, 19. 307-311; birth, 307; in 
M.H.S., 307-308; and gift of Taft 
collection of autogs., 308; char- 
acter, 309; offices, 310; as judge, 
310; and public affairs, 311; me- 
moir assigned to John Noble, 311; 
Memoir of H. W. Taft, 390- 
393. 

Barker, Dr. Joshua, elected to B 

K (1787), 16. 313; biog. note, 

313 n. 
Barker, Josiah, of Nantucket (1801), 

4. 130. 
Barker, Nathaniel, Harvard A. M. 

(1846), 5. 250. 
Barker, Philip, recruit (1760), 6. 

427. 
Barker, Thomas, certificate of church 

membership (1678), 11. 226. 



Barker, William R., at Cabot celebra- 
tion, 12. 7. 
Barker house, Pembroke, 14. 296. 
Barkley, Capt. Alexander, in Boston 

society, 10. 76, 93. 
Barksdale, , journey on Ohio 

River (1836), 7. 290. 
Barlee, John, letter to L. Moncke 

(1607) on captured Indians, 2. 38. 
Barlow, David, of Fairfield, 6. 397. 
Barlow, David H., Commencement 

part (1824), 6. 192 n.; biog. notes, 

192 n., 9. 120 n.; (PBK poem 

(1825), 120. 
Barlow, Francis C, college rank, 

20. 150. 
Barlow, Joel, Rich. Price and Colum- 

hiad, 17. 339-341; goes abroad 

(1788), 499. 
Barlow, Samuel L. M. See Aspin- 

wall-Barlow Library. 
Barnaby, Rev. Andrew, on bundling, 

6. 504. 
Barnard. See also Barnerd, Bernard. 
Barnard, Edward E., and Jupiter's 

fifth satellite, 8. 1-3. 
Barnard, Emily T. [Mrs. McCleary], 

15. 263. 

Barnard, James M., gift to M.H.S., 

16. 145, and Emancipation Con- 
cert, 20. 248. 

Barnard, John, certificate of church 
membership (1678), 11. 226; book 
owned by, 17. 61; Some Few Re- 
marks, 27-28. 

Barnard, Rev. John [H. C. 1700], 
note-book of sermons and medita- 
tions, 11. 71-74; career, 72; can- 
didate at Groton, 73; version of 
Psalms, 73. 

Barnard, Gen. John G., report on 
Butler, 19. 352. 

Barnard, Jonathan, letter on De- 
claratory Act (1766), 11. 446- 
448. 

Barnard, Corporal Richard, in Am. 
Rev., 6. 102. 

Barnard, Capt. (?) Selah, in campaign 
of 1760, 6. 369. 

Barnard, Capt. Thomas, in Phips's 
Quebec expedition, 15. 300. 

Barnard, Rev. Thomas [H. C. 1679], 
witchcraft petition, 1. 111. 

Barnard, Rev. Thomas [H. C. 1766], 
as preacher, 16. 418; biog. note, 
418 w. 

Barnard Capen house, Dorchester, 
14. 289. 

Barnave, Antoine P., on declaration 
of rights and slavery, 2. 310. 



BARNEBY-BARROW 



33 



Barneby, , of Head of Elk (1781), 

6. 132. 

Barnerd, Rev, Thomas, agreement 
with new London (1685), 5. 294. 

Barnes. See also Barns, 

Barnes, , of Trenton (1781), 6. 

132, 

Barnes, Ensign, of Brookfield (1762), 
7.386. 

Barnes, Aaron, of Brookfield (1762), 

7. 386, 396. 

Barnes, Capt. Daniel, in army at 
Providence (1779), 6. 122. 

Barnes, David L., 16. 438; exhibi- 
tion part (1780), 18. 222. 

Barnes, Henry, in Bristol, Eng. 
(1780), 10. 421. 

Barnes, J. B., works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 152. 

Barnes, John, of Marlborough (c. 
1690), 4. 300. 

Barnes, John, letter from Jefferson 
(1818), 13. 312. 

Barnes, Miriam, death (1762), 7. 384. 

Barnes, Moses, of Brookfield (1762), 
7. 387. 

Barnes, Nathaniel, books owned by, 
9. 425, 429, 433, 440, 443; toll- 
master (1686), 13. 235; ordered 
to deliver books, 257. 

Barney, , of Norwich, at Am. 

camp (1775), 9. 87, 88, 90. 

Barney, Hiram, on Diary of a Public 
Man, 10. 488-490. 

Barney, Joshua, at Cape Frangais 
(1793), 2. 349. 

Barnicoat, William, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151. 

Barns, Edward, non-consumption 
agreement (1786), 8. 497. 

Barnstable, Mass., Maverick on 
(1660), 1. 243; in 1650, 2. 48. 

Barnum, Rev. Caleb, preaches at Am. 
camp (1775), 9. 52, 35; biog. note, 
52 n. 

Barnwell, Robert W., Commence- 
ment part (1821), 5. 188; biog. 
note, 188 n. 

Barras, Comte Louis de, in Am. Rev., 
4. 40. 

Barrat. See Barrett. 

Barre, Col. Isaac on pari, right to 
tax colonies, 11. 298; port, for 
Boston, 14. 44 n. ; mentioned in 
Price letters, 17. 310. 

Barren, Miss, of Boston (1787), 16. 
333. 

Barreil, Joseph, gift to M.H.S. (1791), 
7. 416 n. ; Oregon fur-trade ven- 
ture, 416, 418, 421; papers, 417 n.; 



on com. on memorial to Gage 
(1775), 10. 91; at Boston dinner 
(1776), 103; purchases confiscated 
estate, 183; Somerville estate and 
house, 549-552, 
Barreil, Walter, Inspector-General, 

3. 385. 

Barret, Dorothy [Mrs. Newman], 6. 

57. 
Barrett, , of Boston, and aid for 

Nova Scotian churches (1770), 

4. 72. 

Barrett, Bartholomew, exile in Am- 
sterdam (1599), 6, 63. 

Barrett, Mrs. Frances, 12. 336. 

Barrett, John, of Marlborough 
(c. 1690), 4. 300. 

Barrett, John, Commencement part 
(1818) and biog. note, 5. 184 n. 

Barrett, Joseph, joins Chelmsford 
church (1675), 12. 338. 

Barrett, Mary, witness (1789), 19. 
181. 

Barrett, Mary (Jones), 8. 23, 

Barrett, Mehitable, baptism (1665), 
12. 336. 

Barrett, Nathaniel, Admiralty suit 
(1776), 10. 102. 

Barrett, Polly [Mrs. Hubbard, Mrs. 
Nutting], 8. 23. 

Barrett, Rebecca, baptism (1675), 
12. 338. 

Barrett, Samuel, commissioner on 
loyalists', estates, 1. 315; confer- 
ence on Port Bill, 10. 85; debate 
on Com. of Corresp. (1774), 86; 
characterized, 12. 140; candidacy 
for register (1791), 14. 72, 74 n. 

Barrett, Samuel, Harvard D.D. 
(1847), 5. 253. 

Barrett, Thomas, of Chelmsford 
(1661), 12. 333, 335; child, 336. 

Barrett, Deacon Thomas, of Concord, 
8. 23. 

Barrington, John, viscount, on John 
Boydell, 16. 48. 

Barrington, Capt. Thomas, in Phips's 
Quebec expedition, 15. 307. 

Barrington, N. S., Congregational 
Church (1770), 4. 69. 

Barron, Oliver, graduates, 16. 440. 

Barron, Stephen, at siege of Louis- 
burg (1745), 11. 428, 432, 437, 
441. 

Barron, Capt. William, in campaign 
of 1760, 4. 390, 398. 

Barrow, Mrs. Ellen, Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 180. 

Barrow, Joan (Barrow), Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 177. 



34 



BARROW-BARTON 



Barrow, Margaret [Mrs. Wilkins], 17. 
180. 

Barrow, Zechariah, Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 177. 

Barrowe, Henry, and Congregation- 
alism, 6. 42. 

Barry, Anna, 2. 11, 16. 

Barry, Garret R., letter on Perry's 
Japan expedition, 2. 258-261. 

Barry, Major Henry, at Newport 
(1777), 2. 238. 

Barry, James, of Washington (1804), 

2. 16. 

Barry, John, papers, 18. 336. 
Barry, John Stetson, wrong tabula- 

tion of Continental army, 2. 206; 

accepts spurious Montcalm letters, 

3. 202; and finding of Bradford 
MS., 7. 53. 

Barry, Mary, 2. 16. 

Barry, William, death announced, 
1. 374, 2. 67; on Gottingen (1828), 
34-35. 

Barry, William T., as public man, 7. 
288. 

Barter, grain rates in Mass. (1686), 
13. 281. 

Barthlet, Captain, at Boston dinner 
(1776), 10. 103. 

Bartholomew, Henry, on com. on 
war expenses (1676), 12. 402. 

Bartholomew, William, petition 
(1637), 3. 199. 

Bartlet. See also Barthlet, Bartlett. 

Bartlet, EHzabeth P. (Somerby), 2. 
434. 

Bartlet, Hannah M. (Stevens), 2. 434. 

Bartlet, Wilham [1], 2. 430. 

Bartlet, William [2], 2. 430. 

Bartlet, William Stoodley, death an- 
nounced, 1. 168; Memoir by E. F. 
Slafter, 2. 430-434; birth and 
death, 430; parents, 430; business, 
430; as churchman, 430; takes 
orders, 430; parishes, 430-431; 
writings, 431-433; Registrar of 
Diocese of Mass., 433; relig. con- 
servatism, 434; social life, 434; 
honorary degree, 434; in M.H.S., 
434; marriages, 434; in M.H.S. 
group picture (1869), 3. vii. 

Bartlett. See also Barthlet, Bartlet. 

Bartlett, Aaron, of Brookfield (1762), 
7. 398. 

Bartlett, Adoniram, of Brookfield 
(1762), 7. 389, 398. ^ 

Bartlett, Bailey, mentioned in J. Q. 
Adams's diary (1787-88), 16. 296, 
302, 333, 406; biog. note, 302 n. 

Bartlett, Mrs. Bailey, 16. 442. 



Bartlett, Catherine [Mrs. Walker], 6. 

449, 468. 
Bartlett, Elizabeth [Mrs. Wadsworth], 

3. 401 n. 
Bartlett, Job, and R. I. boundary 

dispute. (1731), 19. 26, 27. 
Bartlett, John Russell, M.H.S. trib- 
ute to, 3. 1 ; ed. of letters of Roger 

Williams, 254; and Chas. Deane, 

7.83. 
Bartlett, Joseph, of Brookfield (1762), 

7. 389. 
Bartlett, Joseph [H. C. 1782], as young 

lawyer, 16. 442. 
Bartlett, Joshua, of Brookfield (1762), 

7. 397. 
Bartlett, Josiah, Signer, 1. 281. 
Bartlett, Josiah, on Charlestown, 6. 

223, 18. 328; reprint of pamphlet, 

6. 345; at bicentenary of N. Eng. 

Confed., 19. 361. 
Bartlett, Louise C. [Mrs. Palfrey], 7. 

44. 
Bartlett, Nathaniel, of Brookfield 

(1762), 7. 388, 396. 
Bartlett, Mrs. Nelson S. (Bullock), 3. 

338. 
Bartlett, Obadiah, of Brookfield 

(1762), 7. 385. 
Bartlett, Robert, Master's oration 

(1839), 5. 227; biog. note, 227 n. 
Bartlett, Samuel, 3. 401. 
Bartlett, Sidney, education, 6. 425; 

biog. note, 7. 44 ; as leader of bar, 

14. 158; Friday Club, 473; in 

Mass. Conven. (1853), 18. 34. 
Bartlett, Silvanus, sailing orders to 

T. Cotton (1760), 2. 229; biog. 

note, 230 n. 
Bartlett, Thomas, of Brookfield 

(1762), 7. 399. 
Bartlett, Thomas, subscription for 

M.H.S. building, 3. 291. 
Bartlett, William, suit, 16. 324; biog. 

note, 324 n. 
Bartlett, Gen. William F., company 

enlistment list, 1. 250; Palfrey's 

memoir, 7. 42; engraving of 

statue, 19. 224. 
Bartol, Rev. Cyrus A., B K prayer 

(1848), 9. 143; at Plymouth an- 
niversary (1845), 10. 395 n. 
Bartol, Mrs. George M. (Washburn), 

17. 512. 
Bartolo, , of Palermo (1829), 19. 

451. 
Barton, Doctor, in Phips's Quebec 

expedition, 15. 308. 
Barton, Edmund M., Asst. Librarian 

of Antiquarian^ Soc, 1. 403. 



BARTON-BAXTER 



35 



Barton, William, journal of Sullivan's 

expedition, 2. 436. 
Bascom, Robert O., error on battle of 

Lake George, 18. 323. 
Basley, Thomas, death, 14. 27. 
Basques, pre-Cabot voyages to Am., 

11. 156-157. 

Bass. See also Basse. 

Bass, Alexander, bill of sale of slave, 

20. 515. 
Bass, David, disciplined by church 

(1724, '28), 6. 487. 
Bass, Rev. Edward, relig. controversy, 

8. 92; as preacher, 16. 350; biog. 

note, 350 n.; mentioned, 360, 401. 
Bass, Mrs. Edward, 16. 427. 
Bass, Henry, characterized (1775), 

12. 142. 

Bass, Henry, Detroit bank (1806), 

20. 293, 521. 
Bass, Joseph, death of child (1702), 

14. 21. 
Bass, Mrs. Joseph, death, 14. 25. 
Bass, Deacon Samuel, of Braintree, 

6. 483. 
Bass, Samuel, death of children 

(1700, '08), 14. 19, 25. 
Bass Cove. See Beverly, Mass. 
Basse, Philip, prize case (1752), 5. 98. 
Basset, Major, of Braintree, at siege 

of Boston, 7. 406. 
Bassett, Cicely (Light), Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 181. 
Bassett, Mrs. Elizabeth, Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 181. 
Bassett, Margaret (Oldham), Pilgrim 

at Leyden, 17. 172. 
Bassett, Rev. Nathan, sermon on 

death of, 9. 370. 
Bassett, William, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 172. 
Bast wick, Dr. John, ears cropped, 3. 

189; conviction and indemnity, 

10. 303, 306. 
Batchelder, John M., port, and 

statue of Webster owned by, 2. 

263, 264. 
Batchelder, Samuel, hist, work, 5. 391. 
Batcheler, Joseph [IJ, of Wenham 

(1647), 12. 322. 
Batcheler, Joseph [2], baptized, 12. 

322. 
Batchellor, Joseph, of Brookfield 

(1762), 7. 398. 
Batchelor, Christopher, patent, 1. 

232. 
Batchelor, in Phips's Quebec expedi- 
tion, 15. 306, 307. 
Bate, Clement, drowned (1706), 14. 

24. 



Bateman. See also Batman. 

Bateman, Dickey, Windsor chairs, 
1. 147-148. 

Bates, Benjamin, non-consumption 
agreement (1786), 8. 497. 

Bates, David, Commencement part 
(1807) and biog. note, 6. 171, 
171 n. 

Bates, Elizabeth, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 49. 

Bates, Frederick, and Mich, affairs 
(1806), 20. 288. 

Bates, John, of Chelmsford, age 
(1657), 12. 329. - 

Bates, Rev. Joshua, and Washington 
Monument, 2. 141; Master's ora- 
tion (1803), 5. 169; biog. note, 
169 n. ; at Harvard Commence- 
ments (1815-38), 181, 207, 221, 
224; resemblance to Cheves, 19. 
376; at jubilee of Dr. Snell, 440. 

Bates, Joshua, in London (1830), 19. 
460. 

Bates, Martin, works on Boston <le- 
fences (1814), 14. 151. 

Bates, Moses, Jr., in Mass. Conven. 
(1853), 18. 34. 

Bates, Samuel A., on site of Braintree 
iron works, 8. 12 n. 

Bates, W. F., photog. by, 6. 416. 

Bates, William, letter on Mass. 
charter (1691), 13. 129. 

Batman, John, captured (1758), 6. 
33. 

Batti , of London (1805), 3. 

70. 

Batt. Paul, sea-captain, wrecked, 14. 
22. 

Battel, James, soldier, reprieved 
(1778), 6. 119. 

Battel, John, soldier, reprieved 
(1778), 6. 119. 

Batter, Edmund, loyal petition 
(1666), 6. 471. 

Battle-flags, Sumner's resolution, 20. 
547. 

Baudouin. See also Bowdoin. 

Baudouin, Pierre, immigrant, 5. 12 n. 

Baum, Col. Friedrich, Bennington, 
10. 503. 

Baury de Bellrive, , and out- 
break of Haitian revolt, 2. 320 
n.-321 n. 

Baxter, George, and L. L settlements 
6. 12, 12 n. 

Baxter, Capt. J., at Martha's Vine- 
yard (1779), 3. 87. 

Baxter, James Phinney, on Cabot, 
12. 8; elected a corresp. member 
M.H.S., 20. 534; accepts, 550. 



36 



BAXTER-BEAUREGARD 



Baxter, Rev. Joseph, 1. 164 ; notes of 

Cambridge sermons (1689-90), 6. 

165; biog. note, 165; and Groton 

church controversy (1712), 13. 

299-301; ordained (1697), 14. 31. 
Baxter, Mary, death, 1. 164, 14. 27. 
Baxter, Richard, EHot's Indian transl. 

of Call to Unconverted, 9. 475. 
Baxter, Rufus, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 151. 
Baxter, Samuel, death of child (1704), 

14. 22. 
Baxter, Mrs. Samuel, death, 14. 27. 
Baxter, Rev. Stephen, at Western, 3. 

51 ; biog. note, 51 n. ; graduates, 

16. 440. 
Bay Psalm Book, ed. of 1647, 12. 383. 
Bayard. See also Byard. 
Bayard, Nicholas, reversal of sentence 

against, 1. 92; respite for, urged 

by Conn. Council (1702), 5. 300. 
Bayard, Thomas F., on royal arms 

in Del., 4. 249 n.; and return of 

Bradford MS., 11. 315, 367. 
Bayard, William, and appointments 

to Canada (1784), 3. 79; in Boston 

society, 10. 41. 
Bayley. See also Bailey, Baylie. 
Bayley, James, sea-captain (1686), 

13. 254. 
Bayley, James, death (1707), 1. 158; 

broadside containing poem to 

(1706), 6. 172-173. 
Bayley, Kiah, letter from Adams 

(1837), 15. 465. 
Bayley, Sarah, suit, 16. 320. 
Baylie, Robert, exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 49. 
Baylies, Francis, on Panama Mission, 

1. 25; and campaign of 1840, 15. 

279. 
Baylies, Nicholas, non-consumption 

agreement (1786), 8. 497. 
Baylies, William, and beginning of 
M.H.S.,-6. 278; senior member 
M.H.S., 9. 93. 

Baynham, (1800), 3. 32. 

Bazardjik, capture (1810), 10. 381- 

382. 
Beach. See also Beech. 
Beach, Captain, of Morristown (1781), 

6. 159. 
Beach, Beriah, of Fort Washington 

garrison (1776), 4. 296. 
Beach, Mrs. Beriah (or Noah), makes 

cartridges, 4. 295, 296. 
Beach, Noah, of Fort Washington 

garrison (1776), 4. 296. 
Beacham, John, exile in Amsterdam 
(1608), 6. 49. 



Beacham, Susanna (Sanders), exile in 
Amsterdam (1608), 6.^49. 

Beacon, Reverend, at Brookfield 
(1762), 7. 397. 

Beacon, Joseph, vision, 20. 444. 

Beacon, Mary [Mrs. Brown], 7. 396. 

Beacon Hill Monument, engraving, 
6. 451; authorship of inscriptions, 
11. 18. 

Beadle, Ansell L., murdered, 2. 149. 

Beadle, Elizabeth, murdered, 2. 149. 

Beadle, Lydia, murdered, 2. 149. 

Beadle, Lydia (Lothrop), murdered, 
2. 147 ; inscription on grave, 149. 

Beadle, Mary, murdered, 2. 149. 

Beadle, WilHam, data on murder of 
family and suicide, 2. 147-149; 
burial, 149; inscription on grave 
of family, 149. 

Beal. See also Beale. 

Beal, Corporal, in Am. army (1779), 
6. 129. 

Beal, Nathaniel, death, 14. 26. 

Beal, Zacheus, non-consumption 
agreement (1786), 8. 497. 

Beale, Capt. Benjamin, 16. 307. 

Beale, Benjamin [H. C. 1787], 16. 
437, 438; J. Q. Adams's characteri- 
zation, 437 n. 

Beale, Charles C, gift to M.H.S., 16. 
475. 

Beale, John, disciplined by church 
(1735), 6. 490. 

Beals, Caleb, juror (1789), 19. 180. 

Beaman, Charles C, and return of 
Bradford MS., 15. 80. 

Beaman, Thomas, of Marlborough, 
4. 300. 

Beame, Rev. Samuel C, and centen- 
nial of his meeting-house, 16. 291- 
292. 

Bear-baiting, forbidden by Book of 
Sports, 19. 91. 

Beard, Alanson W., appointed col- 
lector at Boston, 11. 361. 

Beardsley, Eben Edwards, death 
announced, 7. 295. 

Beattie, Amelia L. [Mrs. Cobb], 7. 
321. 

Beattie, William, 7. 321. 

Beatty, Erkuries, journal of Sullivan's 
expedition, 2. 437. 

Beauclair, , letters to Levis, 4. 98. 

Beaufort, Colonel, in Carolina cam- 
paign (1780), 6. 437. 

Beaumont, Sir John, verses on Black- 
friars tragedy, 5. 436-437. 

Beauregard, Pierre G. T., and burning 
of Columbia, 15. 267; foils Butler 
at Petersburg, 19. 345, 351. 



BEAUSEJOUB-BELCHER 



37 



Beausejour, Fort, journal of capture 
(1755), 4. 98. 

Beauveau, Prince de, letters from 
Levis, 4. 96. 

Beaver, Brit, war-ship (1772), 10. 19; 
(1770), 76. 

Beawes, Wyndham, Lex Mercatoria, 
3. 392 n. 

Beck, Phillips, Commencement 
spread (1845), 5. 248. 

Becket, Mass., origin of name, 5. 166. 

Beckford, Ebenezer H., Commence- 
ment part (1805), 5. 170; biog. 
note, 170 n, 

Beckley, John, and printing patron- 
age, 20. 258. 

Beckwith, , clerk of Conn. reg. at 

siege of Boston, 9, 63, 71, 72, 83; 
sick, 90. 

Beckwith, Carroll, port, of Geo. 
Livermore, 19. 224. 

Beckwith, Samuel, of N. S., appeal 
for aid of church, 4. 69. 

Bedel. See Beedle. 

Bedford, Augustus, gift to M.H.S., 
12. 189. 

Bedford, Gertrude Russell, duchess 
of, character (1786), 17. 358. 

Bedford, Jenny (Parker), letter to 
Franklin (1773) on father's debt, 
16. 228. 

Bedford, Lucy Russell, countess of, 
as patron of letters, 11. 70. 

Bedford, Mass., flag at Concord fight, 
2. 165-167, 199-200; photog. of 
flag, 166. 

Bedford, N. Y., revolt to Conn. (1697), 
5. 296; Am. troops at (1777), 6. 
91; (1779), 129. 

Bedgood, Jefferey, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 207. 

Bedgood, Roger, prize case (1752), 
5. 100. 

Bedlock. See Bidlack. 

Beech. See also Beach. 

Beech, Zerah, signs Wyoming capitu- 
lation (1778), 3. 342. 

Beecher, Henry Ward, on *' Jesus, 
lover of my soul," 17. 131; hymn 
book, 136. 

Beecher, Lyman, anecdote of G. T. 
Bigelow and, 5. 461. 

Beecher, Capt. William, at Messina, 
7. 322. 

Beede, Thomas, at class reunion 

(1848), 5. 255-258. 
Beedle Col. (? Timothy Bedel), re- 
ported capture (1778), 3, 122. 
Beeke, William, letter to Winthrop 
(1647) on iron works, 8. 16. 



Beers, Jabez, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Beers, Mrs. Richard, death, 1. 158, 
14. 24. 

Beginning, in Phips's Quebec expe- 
dition, 15. 306. 

Behaim, Martin, and discovery of 
America, 5. 284. 

Behn, F. W. (? T. M.), consul at 
Messina (1850), 7. 322. 

Belamy. See also Bellamy. 

Belamy, Charles, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 152; charac- 
terized, 153. 

Belcher, Captain, at Am. camp 
(1775), 9. 64. 

Belcher, Deacon, of Preston, at Am. 
camp (1775), 9. 48. 

Belcher, Andrew [1], autog., 8. 282; 
students' pranl^ against (1666), 
11. 204. 

Belcher, Andrew [2], dines with Bel- 
lomont, 2. 126; and appointment 
of Burgess, 4. 192 n., 193; com- 
ment on Leisler trial, 7. 157; book 
owned by (168?), 9. 452; trade pe- 
titions (1686), 13. 267, 268; and 
Council's assumption of control 
(1715), 15. 343-351. 

Belcher, Andrew [H. C. 1724], autog., 
16. 58; career, 58-68. 

Belcher, Andrew, in Boston society 
(1767), 10. 32. 

Belcher, Elizabeth (Teale), 16. 68; 
petition (1782), 68 n. 

Belcher, Gov. Jonathan [1], and relief 
for witchcraft sufferers, 1. 97, 116; 
on George XL, 231 ; ports., 4. 109, 7. 
373 ; and lieut. -governorship (1716), 
4. 193; admitted to First Church of 
Cambridge, 5. 406; and speaker- 
ship contest (1720), 6. 389; at 
Princeton Commencement (1754), 

7. 340 ; and Winthrop vs. Lechmere, 

8. 129-135; letter to Wm. Brattle 
(1748) on removal from Mass. 
govt., office in N. J., 9. 11-17; 
Isaac Watts on, 331, 337, 347, 
350, 353, 382, 388, 390, 404, 12. 
149; and Whitefield, 10. 428; at 
Addington's funeral, 12. 233; 
dinner at proclaiming of George 
I., 15. 332; and attack on 
Council (1715), 350; on extrava- 
gance of son, 16. 26 n., 63; and 
Paul Dudley, 29 n., 33, 34; and 
John Boy dell, 49-51; on his son 
Andrew, 58-65, 67 n. ; after dismis- 
sal, 64 n. ; letter to Wm. Bradford 
(1754) on King's Printer, 191; and 



38 



BELCHER-BELLINGHAM 



Merchants' Notes of 1733, 17. 191, 
197, 200, 201. See also Belcher 
Papers. 

Belcher, Jonathan [2], churchman, 9. 
353; at the Temple, 16. 26 n., 63. 

Belcher, Rev. Joseph, Worst Enemy 
conquered, 9. 515; Faithful Ad- 
vice from several Ministers, 526; 
preface to Warning to the Flocks, 
17. 29; and Copy of an Excellent 
Letter, 18. 468, 469. 

Belcher, Joseph, of Braintree, ex- 
communicated (1677), 6. 482; 
death of child (1701), 14. 20. 

Belcher, Mrs. Mary L. E., will, 16. 
69 w. 

Belcher, Moses, Jr., of Braintree 
(1735), 6. 488, 490. 

Belcher, Nathan, death (1699), 14. 19. 

Belcher, Sarah, death (1717), 8. 216. 

Belcher Papers, com. to pub., 8. 52; 
fund for pub., 188, 9. 30; cost 
of pub., 8. 192, 9. 35, 10. 134; 
second vol. authorized, 8. 202; first 
vol. pub., 252 ; scope of second vol., 
9.11. 

Belchertown, tavern (1812), 19. 367. 

Belden (Belding), , innkeeper at 

Norwalk (1754), 7. 339. 

Belden, Lieut. David, letter from Al- 
pha Thorpe (1812), 18. 325. 

Belden, Steven, Indian trader (1728), 
6. 378. 

Belfast, G. E. Ellis on (1838), 10. 

218. 
•Belknap, Elizabeth, gift to M.H.S., 

13. 328. 

Belknap, Jeremiah, subscribes to 
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 207. 

Belknap, Jeremy, objections to 
Portsmouth's covenant of non- 
importation (1774), 2. 484-486; 
on Wm. Morrell, 4. 74; papers pre- 
sented, 206-207 ; troubles at Dover, 
206; hist, method, 5. 265 ; and ter- 
centenary of discovery of Am., 283- 
284, 18. 327; American Apollo, 6. 
203 ; circular letters on M. H. S., 2 1 1- 
212; reprinted M.H.S. paper, 223; 
and origin of M.H.S., 269, 276- 
278; memoir, 7. 121; memoir of 
John Clarke, 122; use of Ham- 
mond's diary, 144; and Beacon 
Hill Monument inscriptions, 11. 
19 ; on S. F. B. Morse as baby, 284 ; 
and diaries of Increase Mather, 13. 
338, 397; on Boston fire (1787), 

14. 65 n. ; examination for min- 
istry, 18. 202. See also Belknap 
Papers. 



Belknap, Sarah, descent, 9. 478. 
Belknap Papers, com. to pub., 5. 347; 

cost of pub., 445, 6. 411; fund 

for pub., 6. 448, 6. 196, 414, 7. 10; 

contents, 6. 249; published, 350, 

403; fly-leaf, 8. 252. 

Bell, , of Va. (1765), 19. 108. 

Bell, , auctioneer (1770), 16. 

221. 
Bell, Captain, ship captured (1779), 

3.87. 
Bell, Charles Henry, mistake on 

vacating of John Wheelwright's 

benefice, 8. 373, 505-517; death 

announced, 395. 
Bell, Clark, gift to M.H.S., 14. 144. 
Bell, Daniel, juror (1789), 19. 180. 
Bell, Capt. Frederick Mordaunt, killed 

at Freeman's Farm, 3. 106. 
Bell, John, commission (1745), 11. 

420. 
Bell, John, of Tenn., engraving of 

Everett and, 10. 125 ; and Graves- 

Cilley duel, 12. 291. 
Bell, Joseph M., and Choate, 11. 143. 
Bell, Luther V, in M.H.S. group 

picture (1858), 6. 78. 
Bell, Shubael, revives Ancient and 

Honorable Artillery, 1. 251. 
Bell, (?) Susanna (Hinds), of Brook- 
field (1762), 7. 397. 
Bell, William, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 152. 
Bell, William, Jr., works on Boston 

defences (1814), 14. 151. 
Bellamy. See also Belamy. 
Bellamy, John, London bookseller 

(1634), 9. 470. 
Bellamy, Rev. Joseph, letter from 

Jon. Edwards (1746), 15. 12. 
Belle-Isle, Charles L. A. de Fouquet, 

due de, letters from Levis, 4. 96. 
Belle-Isle, Strait of, early French 

fishing-station, 8. 71. 
Bellen. See Bellinger. 
Bellero, Juan, map ignores Cartier's 

voyages, 7. 306. 
Bellestre, Picot^ de, letters to L6vis, 

4. 97; expedition (1757), 98. 
Bellew, Capt. Henry, in Boston soci- 
ety, 10. 32. 
Bellin, Jacques N., Maritime AUas, 1. 

374. 
Bellinger (Bellen), Col. (?) Peter, of 

Mohawk Valley, 2. 446. 
Bellingham, Gov. Richard, and Ann 

Hibbins, 1. 186; buys land at Win- 

nisimmet, 369; lives at Boston, 2. 

47; insanity, 4. 316; broadside of 

will and arguments on it, 6. 172; on 



BELLINGHAM-BENSON 



39 



supply for Eng. fleet (1667), 12. 
280; and framing of first Mass. 
code, 16. 276-279 ; Jas. Savage on, 
20. 243. 

Bellingham, Mass., inn (1804), 2. 32. 

Bellio, Vittore, on Agnese's atlases, 
11. 374. 

Bellomont, Catharine Coote, countess 
of, in Boston, 2. 126. 

Bellomont, Richard Coote, earl of, 
reception in Boston, 1. 153; death 
and popularity, 155, 2. 127; ap- 
pointed Gov., 124; arrives at New 
York, 124; intelligence from Mass., 
125; prayed for, 125; at Boston, 
125; occupation of future Province 
House, 126-131; address of Conn. 
Council (1697), 5.' 296; address of 
ministers to (1699), 9. 518; pub- 
lished speech (1700), 522. 

Bellot, Arthur, exile in Amsterdam 
(1602), 6. 49. 

Bellot, Mrs. Sarah [Mrs. Hatmercer], 
exile in Amsterdam (1602), 6. 49. 

Bellot, Scipio, exile in Amsterdam, 6. 
49. 

Bellows, Benjamin, innkeeper at 
Walpole, 6. 81. 

Bellows, Rev. Henry W., B K 
prayer (1844), 9. 136; biog. note, 
136 n, 

Belot, ;femile, studies in U. S. his- 
tory, 5. 164. 

Belsham, Thomas, and Priestley, 3. 
19, 37; Answer to Wilherforce, 26, 
27. 

Belsham, William, ignores last royal 
veto, 5. 158. 

Beman, Capt. Thomas, in calnpaign 
of 1760, 4. 389. 

Bement, John, as Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366; Indian trader, 378. 

Bemis, Martha (Wheatland), 9. 279. 

Bemis, Mary E. [Mrs. Wheatland], 
9. 279. 

Bemis Heights. See Freeman's Farm. 

Ben, William, biog., 8. 347. 

Benbridge, Henry, at Philadelphia 
Academy, 7. 341. 

Bend, Rev. Joseph G. J., death, 19. 
376. 

Bendall, Edward, agreement as Win- 
throp's creditor, 11. 186. 

Bendall, Freegrace, recorder for 
Suffolk Co., 12. 220, 226; autog., 
226; career, 226-227; estate, 227. 

Bendall, Mariana [Mrs. AlUn], 12. 
227. 

Bender, Margaret, and hanging of 
Rachel Wall, 19, 178-185. 



Benedict, Silas, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Benedictine convent at Catania 

(1829), 19. 451. 
Benezet, Anthony, and antislavery, 

20. 60. 
Bennet. See also Bennett. 
Bennet, , of Castleton, Vt. 

(1776), 6. 87. 
Bennet, Abel, at siege of Boston, 9. 

84, 85. 
Bennet, Elisha, new ship (1692), 7. 

161; sea-captain, 164. 
Bennet, Constance (Coward), exile in 

Amsterdam (1602), 6. 50. 
Bennet, Edward, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 50. 
Bennet, Francis, exile in Amsterdam 

(1612), 6. 50. 
Bennet, James, and Shays's Re- 
bellion, 1. 301. 
Bennet, Jonathan, on Indian scout 

(1748), 6. 431. 
Bennet, Joseph, exile in Amsterdam 

(1612), 6. 50. 
Bennet, Joshua, death at Wyoming, 

3. 346. 
Bennet, Mary (Jones), exile in Am- 
sterdam (1610), 6. 50. 
Bennet, Richard, exile in Amsterdam 

(1602), 6. 50. 
Bennet, Robert, 6. 197. 
Bennett. See also Bennet. 
Bennett, Barbara [Mrs. Murray], 3. 

208. 
Bennett, John, voyage to Boston 

(1651), 3. 6. 
Bennett, Joseph, Commencement part 

(1818) and biog. note, 5. 184, 184 n. 
Bennett, Peter, death, 13. 369. 
Bennett, Susanna [Mrs. Spooner], 17. 

176. 
Bennett, W. J., engraving of Boston 

(1833), 15. 162, 16. 145. 
Bennett's Tavern, Hartford, 19. 383. 
Bennington, battle of, 3. 104; Gen. 

Chamberlin's narrative, 10. 503; 

doggerel verses on, 504-506. 
Benson, Miss [Mrs. Skepper, Mrs. 

Montagu], letter from Burns, 2. 155. 
Benson, Mrs., boarding-house keeper 

in Philadelphia (1812), 19. 373. 
Benson, Rev. Christopher, as preacher, 

19. 463. 
Benson, Egbert, 2. 9, 10; biog. note, 

9 n. ; exposition of St. Croix River 

boundary decision (1798), 3. 349- 

361, 379. 
Benson, Samuel, on Harvards of 

Southwark, 1. 185. 



40 



BENT-BIBLE 



Bent, Josiah, Commencement part 
(1822), 5. 18^; biog. note, 189 n. 

Bentley, William, and Priestley, 3. 
33; Harvard D.D. (1819), 5. 186; 
letter to Crowninshield (1804) de- 
clining chaplaincy, 8. 58. 

Benton, Thomas H., on slavery agi- 
tation, 3. 326; and Sparks "red- 
line " map, 363-364 ; as demagogue 
7.291; and Randolph, 292; length 
of service in Senate, 10. 10; and 
Jackson's papers, 18. 461 ; and tar- 
iff (1832), 19. 523, 530; and Clay, 
526 n. 

Bequet, Francis M., 16. 392 n. 

Bequet, Sarah (Wiggles worth), 16. 
392 71. 

Berkeley, George, gift to Trinity 
Church, Newport, 4. 245 n, 

Berkeley, John, baron, grant of Ba- 
hamas, 13. 15. 

Berkeley, Sir William, letter to M. 
Littleton (1652), 3. 5. 

Berkeley Street Church, Boston, 
under H. M. Dexter, 7. 93. 

Berkshire Life Ins. Co., gift to M.H.S., 

19. 224. 

Berlin, docs, on Am. Rev. at, 3. 220; 
in 1870, 20. 193. 

Bermuda Islands, Indian slaves, 1. 
411 ; conditions (1784), 6. 255-257 ; 
trial of Quakers (1678), 9. 455; 
collection of early tracts on, 12. 
161 ; intercourse with Bahamas 
(1649-63), 13. 14-15; commission 
for govt. (1653), 35; Rich's be- 
quest for schools (1636), 47 n. ; 
Dudley's letter on ships at (1686), 
231. 

Bernard. See also Barnard. 

Bernard, Lieut. -Col. Benjamin, 
wounded at Lexington, 5. 396. 

Bernard, Sir Francis, keeps a car- 
riage, 1. 225; commission to Edw. 
Winslow, 2. 231; ports., 4. 61, 66, 
351; hist, of Copley port., 61; 
and Mass. census, 137; presents 
ports, of George I. and II. to Bos- 
ton, 241 n.; and names in Berk- 
shire, 5. 167; dinner (1764), 10. 33; 
election vetoes (1666, '67), 62, 63; 
and introduction of troops, 69, 

20. 536; letters of, made public, 
10. 71; joy at recall, 72; absentee 
loyalist, 163; confiscated Mass. es- 
tate, 168; sale and cat. of library, 
546; and Stamp Act, 19. 111. 

Bernard, John, letter (1785), 16. 285. 
Bernardin de Saint Pierre, Jacques H., 
anecdote, 19. 375. 



Berne, Henry, miniature of Wash- 
ington, 5, 420. 

Bernier, , letters to Levis, 4. 97. 

Berriman, William, vestryman in 

Va. (1635), 3. 5. 
Berry, Doctor, of New York (1789), 

16. 460. 
Berry, Charles, witness (1789), 19. 

181. 
Berry, James (1692), 7. 164. 
Berry, John, witness (1789), 19. 181. 
Berry, Samuel, in campaign of 1760, 

5. 356. 
Berry, Capt. Thomas, in Phips's 

Quebec expedition, 15. 289, 307. 
Berry, Col. Thomas, at Louisburg 

(1745), 11. 442. 
Berry er, , letters from Levis, 

4. 96. 
Bertie, Willoughby, See Abingdon. 
Berton. See also Burton. 
Berton, , sea-captain (1766), 16. 

208. 
Berwick (Newichawannock), Me., 

Maverick on (1660), 1. 233; Indian 

raid (1690), 7. 153. 
Berzelius, Johan Jakob, baron, on 

Rock of Runamo, 4. 58. 
Besouet, , innkeeper at Trenton 

(1804), 2. 33. 
Bess, Jean [Mrs. Crandon], 3. 415 n. 
Bethlehem, in 1832, 19. 498. 
Bethlehem, Pa., described (1779), 2. 

474; worship, 3. 129. 
Bethune, Charles R. D., on John 

Carter Brown Library, 12. 382. 
Bethune, George, in Boston society, 

10. 38, 39. 
Bethune, Nathaniel, in Boston society 

10. 39. 
Betsey, Haitian black, plot, 2. 366 n. 
Betsey, Boston brig at Cape Francais 

(1793), 2. 358. 
Bettes worth, John, brief in prize 

case (1755), 6. 101. 
Bevan, ,^ of London (1830), 19. 

463. 
Bevelun, Robert, conviction for coun- 
terfeiting, 18. 260-263. 
Beverly, , of Va., land sale (1766), 

19. 110. 
Beverly (Bass Cove), Mass., Maver- 
ick on (1660), 1. 236; pastor or- 
dained (1701), 14. 32. 

Biar, , of N. Y. (1754), 7. 339. 

Bible, germ of Mass. Bible Soc, 2. 

106; Eliot's Indian translations, 

9. 416, 419-420, 451, 468; extant 
copies and price of Eliot's Bible, 

10. 339-343, 352-354; Dieri trans- 



BIBLIOGRAPHY-BIGELOW 



41 



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in shorthand (1660), 16. 475; in 
colon, schools, 19. 173. See also 
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Bibliography, Elder Brewster's li- 
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and copies of Columbus's first 
letter, 306, 318; M.H.S. centen- 
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181-192; eds. of Day of Doom, 
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Boston, 540-547, 17. 41-43; ex- 
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tracts, 12. 159-161; early Mexican 
imprints, 395-400; first Boston 
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Eliot's Copy of an Excellent Letter, 

18. 468-471. See also Books. 
Bickford, Jeremiah, killed at Wyo- 
ming (1778), 3. 345. 

Biddle, Miss, of Philadelphia (1804), 
2. 11. 

Biddle, James, medal, 2. 72. 

Biddle (Bidwell), John, tavern-keeper 
in Philadelphia, 7. 340. 

Biddle, Nicholas, corresp. with Adams 
(1836) on slavery, 15. 452-454; and 
Adams (1832), 19. 528; and poli- 
tics, 530. 

Biddle, Richard, on Cabots, 11. 
157, 160, 164, 168. 

Bidlack, James, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Bidwell, William, at siege of Boston, 
9. 44, 47, 52, 59. 

Bigalow, Isaac, appeal for aid of N. S. 
church, 4. 69. 

Bigelow. See also Bigalow, Biglow. 



Bigelow, Andrew, Commencement 
part (1814) and biog. note, 5. 178, 
178 n.; Harvard D.D. (1844), 245; 
subscription to Boston dinner 
(1830), 6. 342. 

Bigelow, Anna (Miller), 5. 482. 

Bigelow, Charles H., 5. 459. 

Bigelow, Clara (Bigelow), 5. 459. 

Bigelow, Clarissa A. [Mrs. Chase], 17. 
117. 

Bigelow, Daniel, 6. 458. 

Bigelow, David, career, 5. 458. 

Bigelow, Deborah (Hey wood), 5. 
459. 

Bigelow, Elizabeth, of Brookfield 
(1762), 7. 387. 

Bigelow, Erastus Brigham, in M. H. S. 
group picture (1869), 3. vii. ; Self- 
taught Stenographer, 16. 476. See 
also Erastus B. Bigelow Fund. 

Bigelow, Francis, purchases confis- 
cated Boston estate, 10. 176. 

Bigelow, George Tyler, port, and 
AUTOG., 5. front.] Memoir by G. 
B. Chase, 458-482; ancestry, 458- 
459; birth, 459; education, 459- 
461; and Lyman Beecher, 461; 
father's instructions to, 462; 
.teacher and tutor, letters home, 
462-465 ; and law studies, 464-465 ; 
style, 465; corresp. with Somerville 
(1832-36), 465-470; lawyer, 469, 
470, 472; milit. services, 470-472; 
at Boston riot (1837), 470; in 
Legislature, 471,473; as judge of 
Common Pleas, 473-474; refuses 
to run for Congress, 474; as justice 
of Supreme Court, 475-480 ; resigns, 
480; later position, 481 ; death, 481 ; 
as public speaker, 482; Harvard 
Fellow, 482; marriage and chil- 
dren, 482; Friday Club, 14. 473, 
16. 465. 

Bigelow, Rev. Isaac, sermons at 
Groton (1775-76), 12. 87-92. 

Bigelow, Jacob, in M.H.S. group 
picture (1869), 3. vii.; nonagena- 
rian, 9. 93; (^^Zpoem (1811), 
114; biog. note, 114 n. 

Bigelow, Deacon Jason, of Brookfield, 
7. 385, 387. 

Bigelow, John, immigrant, 5. 458. 

Bigelow, John, presents ancient 
maps, 2. 200; and index to foreign 
docs, of Am. Rev., 3. 178, 216; on 
Nini and statuette of Franklin, 20. 
27-31. 

Bigelow, John P., on com. on Boston 
bicentenary, 2. 220. 

Bigelow, Mary (Warren), 5. 4^8. 



42 



BIGELOW-BIRCH 



Bigelow, Melville Madison, elected 
a member M.H.S., 14. 127; on 
Hist. MSS. Com. (1900), 163; re- 
marks, 296, 17. 141, 19. 60, 20. 83; 
^on Bishop Stubbs, 15. 111-116; 
on J. B. Thayer, 16. 148-150; paper 
on constitutional questions, 249; 
on publication of Province Laws, 
17. 87; on Nominating Com. 
(1903), 129; report, 233; list of 
publications (1903-06), 213, 18. 
268, 19. 204, 20. 207; on Library 
Com. (1904, '05), 18. 252, 454; 
reports, 288, 19. 225; remarks on 
punishments in early Mass., 18. 
467. 

Bigelow, Theodore S., at Messina, 7. 
322. 

Bigelow, Col. Timothy [1], in Arnold's 
Quebec expedition, 2. 275, 284; in 
assault on Quebec, 293; captured, 
295; ancestry, 6. 458; monument, 
459 ; dispute over rank, 6. 125. 

Bigelow, Timothy [2], contest in Mass. 
legislature (1806), 20. 16. 

Bigelow, Tyler, career, 6. 459; in- 
structions to his son, 462. 

Biglow. See also Bigelow. 

Biglow, Abraham, Treas. of B K, 
9. 111. 

Biglow, Aaron, minuteman, 12. 104. 

Biglow, Horatio, and Baltimore mob 
(1812), 5. 177. 

Biglow, William, poem at B K 
dinner (1811), 9. 114, 114 n.; biog. 
note, 114 n.; 0BK song (1840), 
131-132; death, 137; school 
teacher, 18. 94. 

Bigot, Frangois, corresp. with Levis, 
4. 96, 97. 

Bill, Capt. (?) Ephraim, of Norwich, at 
Am. camp (1775), 9. 45. 

Bill, Richard, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. ^ 

Billerica, Mass., minister ordained 
(1708), 1. 160. 

Billesby, England, docs, on Rev. 
John Wheelwright's incumbency, 

8. 507, 511-517. 

Billings, Corporal, at siege of Boston, 

9. 71. 

Billings, Lieut. Benjamin, resigns, 2. 

449. 
Billings, Col. Edmund, of Braintree 

(1779), 6. 511. 
Billings, Capt. John, of Dorchester 

(1728), 6. 487. 
Billings, John, of Boston, subscribes 

to I^erchants' Notes (1733), 17. 

208. 



Billings, Richard, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Billings, Robert Charles, fund be- 
queathed to M.H.S., 17. 227; 
M.H.S. vote on bequest, 235. See 
also Robert C. Billings Fund. 

Billings, William, at Am. camp 
(1775), 9. 49. 

Billingsgate, Mass., Maverick's ac- 
count (1660), 1. 243. 

Bimbo, , innkeeper near Santee 

River (1804), 2. 29, 34. 

Bimetallism, importance of issue 
(1896), 11. 115-118; silver piece 
equivalent of gold dollar (1896), 
334; Eng. and campaign of 1896, 
15. 191. 

Bingaman, Adam L., Commencement 
part (1812) and biog. note, 6. 177, 
177 n. 

Bingham, Jerusha [Mrs. Kirkland], 
9. 144. 

Bingham, John A., and Reconstruc- 
tion Acts, 19. 36. 

Bingham, Joseph, Ecclesiastical An- 
tiquities, 3. 37. 

Bingham, Lieut. Lemuel (or Melatiah), 
at siege of Boston, 9. 59, 60. 

Bingham, Ensign Nathaniel, at siege 
of Boston, 9. 68. 

Bingham, Robert, Sectional Misun- 
derstandings, 19. 277-279. 

Bingham, William, letter to Rich. 
Price (1786) on Am. Affairs, 17. 
360; biog. note, 360 n. ; and French 
treaty (1800), 20. 272. 

Bingham School, N. C, view, 2. 
71. 

Binney, Amos, subscription for 
M.H.S. building, 3. 291; works 
on Boston defences (1814), 14. 
152; characterized, 153; as Navy 
Agent during War of 1812, 16. 
182-186; trial for fraud, 185 n, 

Binney, Barnabas, 3. 310. 

Binney, Horace, Harvard LL.D. 
(1827), 5. 197. 

Binney, Mary [Mrs. Sargent], 3. 310. 

Binninger, Abram, port, of Webster 
owned by, 2. 262. 

Binny and Ronaldson, typefounders, 
20. 344. 

Biographies, of Mass. provincial pe- 
riod needed, 20. 587-590. See also 
Memoirs. 

Bioren, John, ed. of Federal laws, 20. 
308, 312. 

Birch. See also Burch. 

Birch,. William, in Boston society, 10. 
72; absentee loyalist, 163. 



BIRCH-BARK CANOE-BLAGDEN 



43 



Birch-bark canoe, described (1782), 
4. 10. 

Birchfield, M., Surveyor-Gen. (1710), 
4. 151 n. 

Birchwood. See Burchwood. 

Bird, Benjamin, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Bird, Ebenezer, death, 14. 21. 

Bird, Francis W., influence, 11. 392; 
and G. H. Monroe, 18. 6, 9; in 
Mass. Conven. (1853), 34, 36. 

Bird, Rev. Samuel, at siege of Boston, 
7. 409. 

Bird, Samuel, Commencement part 
(1809) and biog. note, 5. 174, 174 n. 

Bird's Ordinary, Va. (1781), 6. 142, 
143. 

Bishop, , sea-captain (1694), 7. 

166. 

Bishop, Abraham, paper on, 19. 190- 
199; training, 190-191; Anti- 
Federalist lecture, 191; educ. 
scheme, 191; in Boston, 192; first 
pamphlet, 192; marriages and 
offices, 192-193; and Yazoo lands, 
193; in campaign of 1800, 193- 
196; attack on estab. church, 196- 
198; defence of embargo, 198; at- 
tack on foreign missions, 199 ; char- 
acter of writings, 199; letter from 
Duane (1802) on books, Cheetham 
affair, Jefferson and Burr, 20. 274. 

Bishop, Ann (Johnson), exile in 
Amsterdam, 6. 50. 

Bishop, Bridget, and witchcraft in- 
demnity, 1. 81. 

Bishop, Capt. Daniel, at Am. camp 
(1775), 9. 51. 

Bishop, Henry W., in Mass. Conven. 
(1853), 18. 34. 

Bishop, Rev. John, at Stamford, 2. 49. 

Bishop, Nancy (Dexter), 19. 192, 193. 

Bishop, Nathaniel, petition (1637), 
3. 199. 

Bishop, Nathaniel, at Am. camp. 
(1775), 9. 68. 

Bishop, Phanuel, candidacy for Con- 
gress, 16. 20. 

Bishop, Samuel, appointment as col- 
lector, 19. 196. 

Bishop, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam, 
6.50. 

Bishop, Capt. Thomas, at Boston 
(1774), 10. 84. 

Bishops, for N. S. (1788), 3. 76; Stiles 
on Am. (1775), 17. 281; com. on 
Am. (1777), 310. 

Bismarck, Otto, jurst von, and desk 
on which Declaration of Independ- 
ence was written, 12. 271. 



Bissell, Lieut. Ebenezer Fitch, at siege 
of Boston, 9. 44, 67, 81. 

Bissell, Capt. Ozias, at siege of Boston, 
9. 83-85, 88, 89. 

Bithynians, migrations, 12. 108. 

Bixby, David, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Black, Henry, Harvard LL.D. 
(1846), 5. 250. 

Black, J. W., photogs. by, 5. 451, 7. 
373. 

Black, J. William, paper by, 12. 9. 

Black Bartholomew Day (1662), 13. 
127. 

Black codes. Southern, influence on 
reconstruction (1865), 19. 35. 

Black Point, Me. See Scarborough. 

Blackfriars, London, Sewall and 
Beaumont on tragedy of (1623), 5. 
436-437. 

Blackleach, Elizabeth, marriage li- 
cense (1706), 5. 302. 

Blackleach, John, sells land at Win- 
nisimmet, 1. 369. 

Blackman, Rev. Adam, at Stratford, 
2. 49. 

Blackmir, Roland, death at Louis- 
burg (1745), 11. 445. 

Blackstone, John, 2. 481. 

Blackstone, Lorenzo, at disinterment 
of ancestor's remains, 2. 480. 

Blackstone, William, settlement at 
Boston, 1. 367; remains disin- 
terred (1886), 2. 480; marriage, 481. 

Blackstone, Sir William, ignores last 
royal veto, 5. 158; on natural 
allegiance, 16. 328; J. Q. Adams 
on Commentaries, 328, 354, 392, 
443, 

Black well, Frances (Lambert), 13. 
21, 21 n., 27. _ 

Blackwell, Francis, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 50. 

Blackwell, John, grant of Bahamas 
(1650), 13. 5; career, 20-27; in 
Boston, 21-25, 27; Gov. of Pa., 
25-27; on trade com. (1686), 248; 
Merrimac grant, 255. See also 
Blackwell's Bank. 

Blackwell's Bank, paper on, 13. 24, 
18. 63-81; preceding scheme 
( 1 681 ) , 63 ; presumed pamphlet on, 
64-65; and scheme of 1714, 65-66; 
text of MS. prospectus, 66-81. 

Blackwood, F T. H. See Dufferin. 

Bladensburg, battle of, influence on 
New Orleans, 13. 412, 417. 

Blagden, George Washington, re- 
moves from State, 1. 41; elected 
a corresp. member M.H.S., 76; 



44 



BLAGG-BLANDFORD 



of Saybrook (1694), 



M.H.S. tribute to, 373; in M.H.S. 

group picture (1858), 6. 78; port., 7. 

374; in Mass. Conven. (1853), 18. 

48. 
Blagg, , of Southampton (1677), 

4. 287. 
Blague, - 

7. 415. 
Blaine, James G., port., 2. 394; 

Winthrop on Twenty Years, 6. 75; 

and Reconstruction Acts, 19. 36. 

Blair, , spy (1778), 3. 121, 122. 

Blair, Francis P. [1], and Jackson's 

papers, 18. 462; and Pres. Johnson, 

19. 396. 

Blair, Francis P. [2], incident of 
march through S. C, 15. 276. 

Blair, John, absentee loyalist, 10. 
163; confiscated Boston estate, 
168. 

Blair, John, of Va., and ratification 
of Constitution, 17. 496. 

Blair, Rev. Samuel, of Boston,, instal- 
lation (1766), 10. 26. 

Blair, Rev. Samuel, of Philadelphia, 
accepts Universalism, 17. 369. 

Blair, Theodoric, suggested for Su- 
preme Court (1789), 15. 131; in 
Va. Chancery, 19. 121. 

Blair, Victor, purchases confiscated 
Boston estate, 10. 168, 176. 

Blaisdell, Rev. Silas, school , 4. 33. 

Blake, , sea-captain (1767), 10. 

63. 

Blake, , (1787), 16. 339. 

Blake, Charles (1814), 6. 259. 

Blake, Edward, card on Gilchrist 
(1860), 14. 85 n. 

Blake, Francis A., Commencement 
part (1814) and biog. note, 5. 
179 n. 

Blake, George, subscription to Boston 
dinner (1830), 6. 342; on Boston 
com. on Mo. Compromise, 7. 120 n. ; 
constitutional amendment (1831), 
15. 217; exhibition parts (1788), 16. 
408, 431; and Jackson's LL.D., 

20. 506-508. 

Blake, Harrison G. O., Commence- 
ment part (1835), 5. 215. 

Blake, James, death (1700), 1. 154; 
on John Foster, 4. 204. 

Blake, James, expenses at Harvard 
(1765-69), 5. 259-260; compass, 
332. 

Blake* John, coroner (1686), 13. 243, 

Blake, Gen. John, port. (1816), 2. 395. 

Blake, John W., letter (1814) on 
Lundy's Lane and western lands, 
6. 257-259. 



Blake, Jones, letter (1814) on Lundy's 

Lane, 6. 257. 
Blake, Thomas, journal of Sullivan's 

expedition, 2. 437; map owned by, 

14. 167. 
Blake, William P., Conveyancers' 

Assoc, 14. 96 n. 
Blake house, Dorchester, 14. 290. 
Blakeley, Enos, killed at Cherry 

Valley, 2. 450. 
Blanc, Charles, on Dupre's medal of 

Morgan, 5. 350. 
Blanchard, , of N. S. (1829), 19. 

441. 
Blanchard, Benjamin, baptism 

(1666), 12. 336. 
Blanchard, Calvin, tablet commem- 
orating, 10. 190. 
Blanchard, Mrs. Hannah, 12. 336. 
Blanchard, Isaac, 1. 392. 
Blanchard, John, of Chelmsford 

(1666), 12. 336. , 
Blanchard, Col. Joseph, map of N. H., 

3. 260, 18. 199; and battle of Lake 
George, 318, 321, 323-324. 

Blanchard, Joseph, killed at Wyo- 
ming (1778), 3. 345. 

Blanchard, Joshua [d. 1748], initials 
on Old South corner stone, 8. 268; 
career, 268. 

Blanchard, Joshua, in Boston society 
(c. 1770), 10.39. 

Blanchard, Josiah, baptism (1666), 
12. 336. 

Blanchard, Luke, tablet erected by, 
10. 191. 

Blanchard, Luther, tablet commem- 
orating, 10. 190. 

Blanchard, Vrylena [Mrs. Frothing- 
ham], 1. 392. 

Blanchelande, Philibert F. R. de. 
Gov. of Haiti, executed, 2. 
336 n. 

Blancher, Nathaniel, death of child 
(1709), 14. 26. 

Blanchford, Joseph, killed at Wyo- 
ming (1778), 3. 345. 

Bland, James, exile in Amsterdam 
(1602), 6. 63. 

Bland, Richard, on Va. Com. of 
Corresp. 4. 82. 

Bland, Theodoric, and reorganiza- 
tion of army (1780), 1. 61; guber- 
natorial candidacy (1788), 15. 124, 
125; proposed for Congress (1787), 
17. 478. 

Blandford, Mass., troops at (1760), 

4. 388. 

Blandford, Va., action (1781), 19. 
130, 131. 



BLANET-BLOWERS 



45 



Blaney, Aaron, commissary in Am. 
army (1775), 9. 47. 

Blaney, George A., acknowledgment 
to, 14. 93 n. 

Blaney, Hannah M. (Cazneau), 14. 
93 n. 

Blaney 's Tavern, Roxbury, 10. 46. 

Blanton, William, Boston estate, 1. 
312. 

Blass(?), Prudence, 6. 55. 

Blatchford, Samuel, port, of Webster, 
owned by, 2. 262. 

Blathwayt, William, and Cutts (1694), 
2. 174; Mass. agent, 13. 238, 244, 
331; character, 296. 

Bledsoe, Jesse, intemperance, 7. 288. 

Bledsoe, William, Ala. sheriff, 20. 518. 

Blin, Abraham, in Am. army (1775), 
7. 401. 

Blin, Hezekiah, in Am. army (1775), 
7. 401. 

BUnkoe, Charles, of Mass. (1686), 13. 
276. 

Blinman, Rev. Richard, at Gloucester, 
2. 47. 

Bliss, , innkeeper at Palmer 

(1777), 6. 89. 

Bliss, Daniel, addresses to Hutchin- 
son and Gage (1774), 14. 50 n., 51 n. 

Bliss, George [1], career, 15. 22. 

Bliss, George [2], Washington Mon- 
ument appeal, 2, 143; career, 15. 
22. 

Bliss, Rev. John, preaches in Am. 
camp (1775), 9. 46. 

Bliss, Jonathan, address to Gage 
(1774), 14. 51 n. 

Bliss, Phebe [Mrs. Emerson, Mrs. 
Ripley], 19. 387. 

Bliss, William, on Roman sources on 
Am. history, 11. 273-275. 

Block, Pieter, prize case (1755), 5. 
101. 

Blockades, convention of Paris on 
(1856), 1. 25; Ovieto incident 
(1862), 2. 133; Lord Russell on 
Southern (1861), 18. 133, 134; im- 
portance in Civil War, 19. 324, 332. 

Blodget. See also Blogget. 

Blodget, Caleb, 16. 442. 

Blodget, David, and Shays's Rebel- 
lion, 1. 301. 

Blodget, S., 16. 442. 

Blodget, Samuel, drawing of battle 
of Lake George, 5. 416-418. 

Blogget, Anna, baptized (?1655), 12. 
324; birth, 330. 

Blogget, Daniel [1], removes to 
Chelmsford (1655), 12. 324; 
children, 330, 337. 



Blogget, Mrs. Daniel, joins church, 
12. 327. 

Blogget, Daniel [2], birth, 12. 330. 

Blogget, Nathaniel, baptism (1670), 
12. 337 

Blogget, Thomas, birth, 12. 330. 

Blois, chateau of, port, of Washing- 
ton at, 6. 34. 

Blome, Richard, ed. of Guillim's 
Heraldry, 2. 250. 

Blomfield, John, of Eng. (1669), 1. 
137. 

Blood, , of Groton, escape from 

Indians (1676), 13. 403. 

Blood, Captain, of Eng. (1693), 2. 
174. 

Blood, Aaron, recruit (1760), 6. 427. 

Blood, Caleb, and Shays's Rebellion, 
1. 301. 

Blood, Harry John, photog., 4. 110. 

Blood, James, MS. on John Brown, 
1. 379. 

Blood, Jonas, death in army (1776), 
12. 102. 

Blood, Josiah, recruit (1760), 6. 427. 

Blood, Moses (1758), 6. 24. 

Blood, Oliver, and Shays's Rebellion, 
1. 301. 

Blood, Robert, breaks jail (1686), 13. 
263. 

Blood, Robert, recruit (1760), 6. 427. 

Blood, Royal, and Shays's Rebellion, 
1. 301. 

Blood, Sampson, recruit (1760), 6. 
427. 

Blood, Shattuck, and Shays's Rebel- 
lion, 1. 301. 

Bloomfield. See also Blomfield. 

Bloomfield, Joseph, as general, 20. 
362-363. 

Blossom, Mrs. Ann, Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 172. 

Blossom, Peter, Pilgrim at Ley den, 
17. 181. 

Blossom, Thomas, Pilgrim at Ley den, 
17. 172. 

Blossom, Thomas, Jr., Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 181. 

Blott, Robert, Boston estate, 1. 318. 

Blott's Lane, Boston, identity, 1. 318. 

Blower, Alice, letter to Dudley, 10. 
115. 

Blower, Piam, of Boston (1691), 7. 
157; sea-captain (1686), 13. 267. 

Blowers. See also Blower. 

Blowers, Samson Salter, and office in 
N. Brun. (1784), 3. 79; at funeral 
of Edw. Winslow, 93; guest of Old 
Colony Club, 430; oldest Harvard 
grad., 5. 225, 231; arrested (1778), 



46 



BLOWERS-BOND 



10. 106; addresses to Hutchinson 

and Gage (1774), 14. 50 n., 51 n. 
Blowers, Rev. Thomas, system of 

shorthand, 9. 194 ; ordained (1701), 

14. 32. 
Blue Lion, Philadelphia inn, 4. 249. 
Blumenback, Johann F., as professor, 

2.35. 
Blunden, Sarah (Mullins), 5. 33. 
Blunt, , subscription to Boston 

dinner (1830), 6. 343. « 
Blunt, Isaac, of Andover (1760), 6. 

427. 
Blunt, Joseph, in Washington (1838), 

12. 2S9. 
Blyth, Benjamin, port, of Gen. John 

Thomas, 18. 421. 
Boade, Henry, relationship to John 

Winthrop, 2. 156; letter to Win- 

throp (1648) on jurisdiction over 

Wells, 157. 
Boade, Thomas, 2. 156. 
Boade, Thomasine (Hilles) [Mrs. 

Forth], 2. 156. 
Boardley, Miss, Philadelphia belle 

(1804), 2. 12. 
Boardman. See also Bordman. 
Boardman, Rev. Benjamin, career, 7. 

400; diary of siege of Boston, 

400-413; preaches, 9. 63. 
Boardman, Samuel L., gift to M.H.S., 

16. 146. 
Boardman-Hill house, 14. 293. 
Boatswain, William, milit. watch 

(1689), 1. 162. 
Bodwell, Abraham, Commencement 

part (1805), 5. 170; biog. note, 

170 n. 
Body, Ferdinand, merchant at Ten- 

eriffe (1645), 7. 14. 
"Body of Liberties," facsim., 4. 411. 
Boeman, Thomas, petition (1637), 

3. 199. 
Boethuks, extermination, 17. 5. 
Bogart, Capt. Isaac, at Albany 

(1779), 2. 454; at Lake Otsego, 456. 
''Bohemienne, La," play on siege of 

Boston, 9. 108-109. 
Boies, John, purchases confiscated 

Boston estate, 10. 172. 
Boileau, Nathaniel B., candidacy 

(1802), 20. 278; and Olmstead 

affair, 321. 
Bokin, Ann, exile in Amsterdam, 6. 

50. 
Bollan, William, prize case (1749), 

5. 92-94; letter from Hutchinson 

(1765), 16. nin. 
Bolles, John, power of attorney to 

Jos. Bolles (1654), 13. 4-6; grant 



of Bahamas (1650), 5; career, 

16-19. 
Bolles, Joseph, power of attorney to 

(1654), 13. 4-6; career, 20. 
Bolles family, pedigree, 13. 17 n.~ 

18 n. 
Bollman, Erick, and Burr, 20. 297. 
Bolton, Charles Knowles, elected a 

member M.H.S., 17. 76; remarks, 

510, 18. 263, 447; on Library Com. 

(1904, '05), 252, 454; reports, 

288, 19. 225; on com. to pub. 

Heath Papers, 18. 297; remarks on 

presenting J. C. Dyer's memoirs, 

444-447; on Nominating Com. 

(1906), 20. 87; report, 231; on 

McCrady's opinion of Gen. Greene, 

112-118. 
Bolton, Charles Paulet, 2d duke of, 

and appointment of Pitman, 2. 179. 
Bonaparte, Charles, in Florence 

(1829), 19. 445, 448. 
Bonaparte, Charles J., protest against 

his report on Constitution, 19. 

409-412. 
Bonaparte, Princess Charlotte, life 

in Florence (1829), 19. 445, 448. ^ 
Bonaparte, Elizabeth (Patterson), in 

Washington (1812), 19. 378; in 

Florence (1829), 19. 445. 
Bonaparte, Joseph, in Spain, 6. 20; 

in Philadelphia (1832), 19. 517, 

528; return to Europe, 528-530. 
Bonaparte, Napoleon. See Napoleon. 
Bonaparte, Pierre, in Philadelphia 

(1832), 19. 517; career, 517 w. 
Bonapartes, life in Florence (1829), 

19. 447. 
Bond, , of Philadelphia, on 

foreign affairs (1809), 20. 314. 
Bond, Arthur T., acknowledgment to, 

13. 30. 
Bond, George, subscription for 

M.H.S. building, 3. 291. 
Bond, Henry F., Commencement part 

(1840), 5. 229. 
Bond, Nicholas, letters to Winthrop 

(1645, '47) on iron works, 8. 

15-17, 13. 28-30; grant of Ba- 
hamas (1650), 6; career, 28-30. 
Bond, Capt. Robert, in Boston 

society (1770), 10. 76. 
Bond, Rev. Samson, Puhlick Tryal of 

Quakers, 9. 455 ; and First Church 

of Boston, 13. 410. 
Bond, Thomas, at Philadelphia Acad- 
emy, 7. 341, 
Bond, William, justice of peace 

(1686), 13. 229; and Worcester 

affairs (1686), 247, 251. 



BOND-BOSTON 



47 



Bond, Col. William, in Jersey cam- 
paign (1776), 2. 224. 

Bond, William C, Director of Har- 
vard Observatory, 1. 406; on C. 
W. Tuttle, 407-409; Harvard 
A. M. (1842), 5. 236. 

Bondi, August, on outrages in 
Kansas, 1. 217, 219. 

Bone, Henry, miniature of Washing- 
ton, 19. 224. 

Bone Island. See St. Croix Island. 

Bonetta, privateer (1752), 5. 101. 

Boni, Giacomo, at Congress of Hist. 
Sciences (1903), 17. 246. 

Bonin Island, Perry at, 2. 259. 

Bonn, G. E. Ellis on the university, 
10. 224. 

Bontein, Thomas, prize case (1748), 
5. 91-92. 

Bony, Henry, in campaign of 1760, 
5. 361. 

Bonythan, Richard, patent, 1. 233. 

Boo, Rasmus, prize case (1748), 5. 
89-90. 

''Book of Possessions of Boston," 
compilation, 12. 359, 19. 563. 

Book of Sports, 19. 86-95. 

Book-plates, of Latham Collection, 
1. 200; of M.H.S., 8. 315, 320, 335, 
337, 11. 68; of Winsor Collection, 
13. 163; Samuel Sewall's, 15. 
522; Thos. Prince's, 17. 56; John 
Adams's, 20.84-87; J.Q.Adams's, 
86. 

Book worms, varieties, 8. 105-108. 

Booker, Col. Job, of England (1665), 
13. 19. 

Books, mutilation by dealers, 4. 
14; copyright, 8. 120, 14. 417. 
See also Bibliography, Book-plates, 
Book- worms, Catalogues, CoZZec^ions, 
Libraries, Newspapers, Press, Pro- 
ceedings. For publications by mem- 
bers of M.H.S. see Massachusetts 
Historical Society. 

Boone, Nicholas, Boston bookseller 
(1700-01), 12. 394, 17. 25, 27, 49, 
51; cat. of books sold by, 51. 

Booth, , surveyor (1648), 2. 

158. 

Booth, Sir George, insurrection, 7. 
363, 364. 

Booth, Mary L., on desecration of 
statue of Pitt, 4. 292; on reUcs of 
statue of George IIL, 297. 

Boott, John W. See Boott (Wright). 

Boott, Wright, controversy over will, 
12. 121. 

Boott and Lowell, mercantile house, 
12. 115. 



Boott and Son, Kirk, mercantile 
house, 12. 115. 

Borda, Chevalier de, in Boston so- 
ciety (1778), 10. 106. 

Border States and Civil War, 3. 332. 

Bordman. See also Boardman. 

Bordman, Andrew [d. 1747], career, 
4. 78. 

Bordman, Judge Andrew [d. 1769], 
4. 78. 

Bordman, Andrew [d. 1817], 4. 78. 

Bordman, Elizabeth (Truesdale), 4. 
78. 

Bordman, Ruth [Mrs. Wadsworth], 

4. 79. 

Bordman, Susan R. [Mrs. Lawrence], 

5. 426. 

Bordman, Thomas S., works on 
Boston defences (1814), 14. 152. 

Bordman, William H., subscription 
to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Boreman. See Boeman. 

Borghese, Prince Camillo, soiree 
(1829), 19. 449. 

Borland, Jane [Mrs. Winthrop], 2. 408. 

Borland, John, absentee loyalist, 10. 
163; confiscated Boston estate, 
168; death (1775), 412; biog. note, 
412 n. 

Borland, John, subscription for 
M.H.S. building (1833), 3. 291. 

Borland, Mrs. (?) John, in Bristol, 
Eng. (1780), 10. 421. 

Borland, John Lindall, absentee 
loyalist, 10. 163. 

Boson, John, purchases confiscated 
Boston estate, 10. 180. 

Boss, Peter, book defending, 12. 393. 

Bossange, Hector, anecdotes of Na- 
poleon III., 16. 469. 

Boss well, , of Martha's Vineyard 

(?) (1779), 3. 88. 

Bostick, Hillery, of Ga., 20. 517. 

Boston. — See also analyzed refer- 
ences under other Boston titles, 
and under Charlestown, Dorches- 
ter, Massachusetts, Roxbury, Suf- 
folk County, and churches and 
newspapers by name. 

Colonial: early medicine, 1. 45— 
47; Maverick's account (1660), 
237, 247; on Winthrop map, 211; 
identity of early street names, 318- 
320; Cotton Hill, 322-326; order 
on water supply (1657), 326; in 
1650, 2. 46; entrepot for N. Eng. 
(1650), 50; spelling on old maps, 
200; date of naming, 221; first 
site, 200-204; Foster's view, 478, 
19. 54; Antinomianism and allot- 



48 



BOSTON 



ments at Rumney Marsh (1638), 

7. 136-137; countryman's opinion 
(1688), 147; rising against Andros, 
149-150; fires (1690), 155, 156; 
(1676), 13. 373,404, 411; (1679), 
407 ; first printing presses, 7. 156 n., 

8. 273, 9. 411, 11. 241, 244-246; 
development of town govt., 7. 194- 
196; works on synod of 1622, 9. 
417, 420-421; market (1686, '87), 
473, 13. 271; Randolph and cus- 
toms service, 12. 192; Thos. Savage 
on defences (1671), 197; first pro- 
vision for poor, 210; attempted 
trade on Delaware (1644), 213-214; 
James II. proclaimed, 223; ''Book 
of Possessions," 359, 19. 563; 
building-laws, 12. 407-409, 13. 243; 
first imprint, 174-177; and Dud- 
ley's Council, 238, 243-244, 254, 
260, 271; storage of gunpowder, 
254, 260; Church of England 
(1686), 240, 253, 256, 262, 410; 
milit. watch (1686), 257; (1689- 
91), 14. 30-31; fire regulations, 13. 
260, 17. 69; port of entry (1686), 

13. 264; preparation for Andros, 
278; and Muddy River (1686), 
282; sham fight, 328-330; Increase 
Mather's diary (1674-87), 337-374, 
397-412; fast (1675), 350; fever 
(1675), 355; small-pox (1676-79), 
357, 402, 406, 407; extant colonial 
houses, 14, 289-291, 295; pillar over 
Quaker graves (1675), 401; Indian 
deed, 18. 188. 

Provincial: medicine in, 1. 44; 
reception of Bellomont, 153; dysen- 
tery and fever (1700), 155; (1709), 

14. 26; small-pox (1702), 155-156; 
(1769-76), 10. 59; (1764), 13. 388- 
392, 16. 109 n.] (1752), 107; views, 
1. 249, 10. 570, 20. 228; pre- 
Rev. milit. cos., 1. 250; Bellomont's 
occupancy of Province House, 2. 
122-131; landing of Brit, troops 
(1768), 156, 3. 393 n., 10. 69; cus- 
toms office and trade conditions 
(1708), 4. 153-154; illicit war- 
time trade, 154; list of scholars 
at Writing Schools (1755), 193; 
Gage's seizure of arms, 193; royal 
coat of arms in, 239-241, 259- 
264; royal portraits, 241, 241 n. — 
242 n. ; other royal memorials and 
emblems, 242-244, 253; first fu- 
neral prayer (17S0), 5. 331-332; 
importance in pre-Rev. struggle, 
6. 252 n. ; reception of Phips 
(1692), 7. 161; fires (1692), 162; 



(1693), 165; (1765-75), 10. 53- 
55) (1702), 14. 32; (1747), 98- 
99,16.105; (1760), 14. 372; trade 
with W. I. (1692-94), 7. 164; fac- 
sims. of newspapers, 8. 53-54; 
weather (1714), 221-225; (1765- 
78),10.58-59; (1703),14.33; George 
I. proclaimed, 8. 225, 15. 329-332, 
339; mob (1737), 9. 357; fairs 
(1697), 510; John Rowe's diary 
(1764-79), 10. 11-108; shows and 
entertainments, 28-30; social life, 
30-38; clubs, 38-39; country 
drives, 39; suburban estates and 
hospitality, 40-45; public dinners, 
45-46; taverns in and around, 46; 
pre-Rev. commerce, 52; panic 
(1765), 52; rehef for Montreal 
sufferers (1768), 55; first lighting 
of streets, 55; Pope's Day mobs, 
56; lottery, 5Q; duels, 5Q, 18. 
239-242 ; criminal punishments, 
10. 57; disorders, 57, 66; slaves, 
5S; celebration of King's birthday 
(1766-73), 10. 62, 75, 78, 79; 
Stamp Act riots, 61, 62, 13. 393, 
16. 110 n., 112 n.; and non-im- 
portation (1768), 10. 65-66; Liberty 
sloop riot, 67; anniversaries of 
Sons of Liberty, 68, 72, 76, 79; 
reception of Gage (1774), 84; 
troops arrive (1774), 86-89; threat- 
ened attack (1774), SS; fortified, 
88, 17. 275, 284, 289; anniversary 
of King's accession (1774), 10. 
88; fast (1775), 90; book cats, 
printed in, 540-547; Pownal's 
view (1757), 570; loyalist char- 
acterization of patriot leaders 
(1775), 12. 139-142; plan to in- 
corporate, 231; origin of school 
committee, 232 ; scavenging 
(1713), 249 n. ; rejoicing over Pitt's 
appointment (1765), 13. 394; war 
proclaimed (1702), 14. 32; mad- 
house (1765), 44 n.; Barre's port., 
44 n.; Com. of Corresp., 49-51, 

16. 81; Cooper as town clerk, 87; 
loyalist handbill, 92; town-meet- 
ings in Concord and Watertown 
(1775-76), 93-94; condition of 
town records, 103-104; and new 
court house (1751), 105-106; 
Lechmere on conditions (1774), 
285-290; lantern signal to Revere, 

17. 208; force at (Jan. 1775), 275, 
278; engraved plans, 18. 329; view 
(1744), 20. 228. 

A fter Independence : ' ' Boston 
Proper," 1. 263-264; opening of 



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49 



first theatre, 2. 102; F. E. Parker 
and public charity, 209-210 
Charity Bureau, 209; M.H.S. and 
origin of bicentenary, 220-221: 
views, 2. 71, 395, 3. 282, 4. 109, 6' 
417, 10. 571, 14. 144, 15. 45, 16. 145 
19. 224, 295, 20. 228; (ruins, 1872) 
5.451; (Habermann's), 8. 497-499 
(1847), 10. 570; (1848), 11. 333 
(Bennett's, 1833), 15. 162; appren- 
ticing of paupers (1792), 2. 242 
David Sears Charity, 411; Porter's 
Rambles, 3. 178; art lectures in 
schools, 233; drawing and music in- 
struction in schools, 237-240 ; man- 
ual training, 240; Bugbee's City 
Govt., 279; instructions on fisheries 
and terms of peace (1781), 4. 49-54; 
town-meeting on police reform 
(1792), 62-64; subsequent mob, 64 ; 
J. F. Clarke's church, 325-327; 
draft riot (1863), 5. 344; Broad 
Street riot (1837), 470; rendition 
of Burns, 6. 264; subscriptions 
to bicentenary dinner, 340-343, 
7. 316; S. C. Cobb as Mayor, 6. 
353, 355-356, 7. 324-327; pro- 
ceedings on Mo. Compromise, 119; 
revision of charter, 325-326; re- 
ception of Capt. Gray (1790), 418; 
Quaker's description (1801), 455- 
457; punning verses on ministers 
(1818), 8. 252-254; proslavery 
sentiment (1856), 405; treatment 
of female loyalists, 412-415; Rowe's 
diary on (1776-79), 10. 101-108; 
smallpox (1776), 101; French 
fleet at (1778), 105-106; fears 
-Brit, fleet, 105; scarcity (1779), 
107; impressment in (1779), 108; 
confiscated loyalist estates, 162- 
185; relief for fire sufferers (1872), 
593; Beacon Hill Monument, 11. 
18; H. L. Pierce as Mayor, 396- 
398, 403; Franklin Fund, 12. 17- 
29; Gen. Lincoln's resignation as 
Collector, 12. 194; development of 
Back Bay, 13. 2-4, 135; condi- 
tions (1791), 83; argument against 
State poHce (1869), 134; local 
electioneering (1786-96), 14. 63- 
77; fire (1787), 65 n., 19. 438 
City Hall, 14. 101, 102 n.; Saml 
Eliot as Supt. of Schools, 111-121 
building of Ft. Strong, mechanics 
who helped (1814), 149-153; Whit- 
more and Appleton as Record 
Commissioners, 269, 15. 97; Va. 
Republican on (1793), 141; S. F. 
McCleary as City Clerk, 258-261; 



first celebration of Fourth of July, 

16. 100; Fourth of July orations 
(1788), 433-435; relig. conditions 
(1784), 17. 323; Anna C. Lowell's 
letters (1809-10), 18. 302-317; 
early engraved plans, 329; early 
playbill, 19. 200; petition against 
Southern negro-seamen acts, 406- 
408; U. H. Crocker and park 
system, 557; Old State House, 20. 
245, 421; Emancipation Concert 
(1863), 247-253. 

Boston, Brit, war-ship (1770), 10. 76. 

Boston, Am. frigate (1778), 16. 293. 

Boston Athenaeum, owns port, of 
Webster, 2. 262; and beginning of 
Museum of Fine Arts, 3. 235; lec- 
tures by members of M.H.S., 295; 
Perkins gift, 323; early notarial 
and court records in, 11. 184-187; 
former home, 312; Am. imprints 
in (to 1700), 12. 401-410, 421-422, 

17. 64, 75; port, and bust of Mar- 
shall, 14. 355 n.-356 n. 

Boston Cadets. See Independent. 

Boston, Common ^'hangman's 
branch," 8. 282. 

Boston Daily Advertiser, under C. F. 
Dunbar, 13. 425, 429-436, 14. 219- 
221, 228. ^ 

Boston Daily Atlas, on Jackson's 
LL.D., 20. 500-502, 508. 

Boston Daily Courier, on Jackson's 
LL.D., 20. 501, 502. 

Boston Daily Globe, on Jackson's 
LL.D., 20. 501. 

Boston Evening Post, obituary of 
Jos. Webb (1736), 12. 248. 

Boston Gas Light Company, under 
J. A. Lowell, 12. 123; under W. W. 
Greenough, 14. 474. 

Boston Gazette and Country Journal, 
file (1755), 5. 416; account of 
Half- Way Brook fight (1758), 6. 
32-33; facsim. 8. 53; Boydell as 
publisher, 16. 51. 

Boston Harbor, plan (1694), 1. 211; 
Maverick on (1660), 237; described 
(1630), 2. 46; view of first light- 
house, 71; burning of Castle 
(1776), 158; early maps, 478-480; 
royal memorials, 4. 242; chart 
(1688), 8. 228, 230; Revere's en- 
graving of North Battery, 10. 570 
rebuilding of Castle (1673), 12. 281 
command of Castle (1686), 13. 230 
240, 269; charge of Castle (1686), 
269; powder explosion (1675), 344 
lease of Deer Island (1753), 14! 
44; Fort Strong (1814), 150 



50 



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French fleet in (1787), 16. 306 w.; 
Remick's water-colors (1768), 17. 
230, 18. 296, 19. 223. 

Boston Latin School, catalogue, 3. 
97; called Grammar School, 12. 
232 n. 

Boston Magazine, history, 18. 326- 
330. 

Boston Massacre, account sent to 
Eng., 2. 122; soldiers accused of 
planning, 122; M.H.S. and pro- 
posed memorial to those killed, 3. 
313-318; memorial authorized, 
321; A.C. Goodell'sworkon,4. 106; 
Pel ham-Revere engraving, 8. 227- 
228; Rowe's diary on, 10. 73-74; 
trials, 76; anniversary orations, 
78, 83, 90. 

Boston Merchant, in Phips's Quebec 
expedition, 15. 307. 

Boston Museum, origin, 19. 8. 

Boston Museum of Fine Arts, begin- 
nings and services of C. C. Perkins, 

3. 60, 235-236; services of Martin 
Brimmer, 10. 452, 590, 593; of 
C. G. Loring, 16. 269-271; gift to 
M.H.S,, 477. 

Boston Neck, fortified (1774), 10. 
88; Tompson's verses on fortify- 
ing (1676), 269. 

Boston News Letter, citation on trans- 
continental journey (1724), 3. 
380; epigrams (1721), 380-381; 
displays royal arms, 4. 241 ; file 
with marginalia by Sewall (1704-8) 
6. 171; reprint, 8. 54; obituary of 
Sec. Addington, 12. 233 n. 

Boston Packet, Mass. war-ship (1749), 
5. 92, 94. 

Boston Port Bill, Portsmouth's cir- 
cular letter on, 2. 481-482; and 
covenant against, 482-483; Belk- 
nap's reasons against covenant, 
484-486; Dover refuses to sign 
it, 486; relief of sufferers, 9. 106, 
10. 87, 17. 268, 278; towns receiving 
relief, 9. 107; town-meetings and 
conferences on, 10. 84-86; in force, 
86; removal and return of customs 
force, 12. 193; loyalist on, 16. 286; 
effect, 17. 267-271, 284. 

Boston Post, Rich. Frothingham's 
connection, 1. 382. 

Boston Post Boy, displays royal arms, 

4. 241. 

Boston Provident Association, in- 
terest of F. E. Parker, 2. 209. 

Boston Public Library, Vattemare 
and beginnings, 1. 261, 268-269; 
and beginnings of Museum of Fine 



Arts, 3. 235; acquisitions ^t Bar- 
low sale, 6. 316-320; Dupre Collec- 
tion, 348-352 ; Winsor as Librarian, 
12. 36-38; services of W. W. 
Greenough, 13. 171-174, 14. 477- 
481; Mellen Chamberlain as Libra- 
rian, 274-275, 20. 123-125; services 
of Geo. Ticknor, 14. 476; gift to 
M.H.S., 16. 146; Am. imprints in 
(to 1700), 17. 30-56, 73; Cham- 
berlain Collection of Autogs. 20. 
126. 

Boston Recorder, 7. 93, 94. 

Boston Ridge, N. J. (1777), 6. 102. 

Boston, siege of, and privateering, 
1. 19-22; Brit, vessels taken and 
driven away, 22, 10. 100; Bunker 
Hill, 1. 359, 7. 357, 406, 10. 480- 
481, 12. 83, 17. 292, 298, 303; 
Frothingham's iSiegre, 1. 385'; Hunt- 
ington letters, 7. 356-360; evacua- 
tion, 359-360, 10. 97; diary of 
Am. chaplain, 7. 401-413; Plowed 
Hill, 403, 17. 304; works beyond 
George's Tavern, 7. 405; Lech- 
mere Point affair, 413, 9. 78, 79; 
conditions in Boston after Concord, 
9. 10; Jabez Fitch's diary of 
camp life, 41-91; intercourse of 
combatants, 54; jinks in Am. 
camp, 68; reenlistments, 71, 84; 
Brit, defences, 82; French drama 
on, 108-109; Rowe's diary on, 10. 
91-97; inhabitants allowed to 
leave, 91-92, 16. 93 n., 17. 290, 297, 
301; Grape Island affair, 10. 92; 
Noddle's Island affair, 93, 12. 80- 
81 ; damage by shells, 10. 94 ; Dor- 
chester Heights, 95, 18. 429 ; prep- 
aration for evacuation, 10. 95-97; 
entry of Am. troops, 97; Brit, 
ships leave harbor, 98 ; Jon. Sewall 
on, 412-416; Gen. Chamberlin on, 
494-496; diary of Amos Farns- 
worth, 12. 78-87; Washington Elm, 
14. 173-175; Washington taking 
command, 17. 129; beginning, 290, 
296; Hog Island affair, 291, 297; 
progress, 300; intrenchments, 304; 
want of powder, 304; provisions, 
305; rank controversy, 18. 423-429. 

Boston Society for Diffusion of 
Knowledge, papers, 17. 229. 

Boston Tea Party, Proctor as par- 
ticipant, 7. 450; Rowe's connec- 
tion, 10. 19; his diary on,79-82; 
participants never identified, 475- 
480; loyalist on effect, 16. 285; 
nevvs in New York and Philadel- 
phia, 20. 560-563. 



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51 



Boston Weekly News-Letter, on first 
funeral prayer in Boston (1730), 
5. 332. 

Boston Whig, under C. F. Adams, 13. 
200. 

BoswelL See also BosswelL 

Boswell, Dr. Joseph, purchases a 
slave, 20. 513. 

Bosworth, Hannah, of Hull (1684), 
9. 459. 

Bothwell, Mrs., of Brookfield (1762), 
7. 386. 

Bottom Bridge, Va. (1781), 6. 142, 
144. 

Boucher, Jonathan, letter from Wash- 
ington (1772), 12. 156. 

Boudinot, Elias, Peale port, of Wash- 
ington owned by, 2. 156; money 
gift to M.H.S., 3. 294. 

Bougainville, Louis A. de, corresp. 
with Levis, 4. 96, 98; and battle 
of Quebec, 97; on battle of Sainte- 
Foye, 99; journal, 99. 

Bouker, John, book owned by (1690), 
9. 487. 

Boult, John, book ow^ned by (1693), 

9. 486. 

Boundaries, of Va. patent and Ar- 
gall's raid, 1. 188, 190; survey of 
N. Brun. (1787), 3. 75; N. S. 
(1621), 351; ambiguity of North- 
western, in treaty of 1783, 369; 
papers on Conn.-R. I. (1698), 5. 
297; on Mass.-Conn. (1699-1703), 
300, 304; N. Y. Mass. commis- 
sion (1707), 10. 63; (1773), 78; 
Mass.-Conn. (1686), 13. 254, 272; 
papers on Mass.-R. I. dispute 
(1731-34), 19. 20-34. See also 
Northeastern boundary. 

Bouquet, Henry, Washington letters 
in Parkman MSS., 1. 361; papers 
in same, 4. 44. 

Bourinot, Sir John G., and Cabot 
tablet, 12. 6. 

Bourlamaque, Chevalier de, battle of 
Sainte-Foye, 4. 95; corresp. with 
Levis, 96, 97. 

Bourn, Shearjashub, address to 
Hutchinson, 14. 50 n. 

Bourn, William, duel, 10. 56. 

Bourne, Charlotte [Mrs. Swett, Mrs. 
Oilman], 16. 353 n. 

Bourne, Edward Gay lord, elected a 
corresp. member M.H.S., 15. 368. 

Bourne, Melatiah, in Boston society, 

10. 38, 39; as fisherman, 50, 51; 
and Molasses Act, 60; on com. on 
non-importation (1768), 65, 68; 
on com. on Liberty affair, 67; on 



com. on address to Hutchinson 
(1771), 77. 

Bourne, Peter, bankrupt, 10. 53. 

Bourne, William, in Boston society, 
10. 39. 

Boutineau, James, keeps a carriage, 
1. 225; in Boston society, 10. 33, 
39; member of Fire Club, 38; as 
fisherman, 50; in Trinity Church 
vestry, 89; absentee loyalist, 163; 
confiscated Boston estate, 168. 

Boutineau, Stephen, subscribes to 
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Bouton, Nathaniel, map of Love- 
well's Fight, 3. 259. 

Bout well, George S., Washington 
Monument appeal, 2. 143; at 
centenary of Washington's inau- 
guration, 4. 371; election as Gov., 
13. 201; in Mass. Conven. (1853), 
18. 35, 36. 

Bowditch, Captain, in Phips's Quebec 
expedition, 15. 307. 

Bowditch, Charles Pickering, 
elected a member M.H.S.,13. 208; 
accepts, 310; presents old deeds, 
424; remarks, 456, 16. 476, 17. 
116, 141, 438, 18. 398; publication 
(1904), 268; on Southern negro- 
seamen acts, 19. 406-408; on 
Stephen Salisbury, 422; elected 
to M.H.S. Council (1906), 20. 
232. 

Bowditch, Dr. Henry L, defence of 
John Brown, 3. 319. 

Bowditch, Dr. Henry P., on Theo. 
Lyman, 20. 164, 166. 

Bowditch, Nathaniel, at Harvard 
Commencement (1838), 5. 224; 
and Pres. Kirkland, 9. 151 ; and 
Univ. of Va. (1819), 14. 397. 

Bowditch, Nathaniel Ingersoll, be- 
quest to M.H.S.,3. 292; in M.H.S. 
group picture (1858), 6. 78; gift 
of heirs of, to M.H.S., 13. 424; 
mistake on Suffolk County regis- 
ters, 14. 78 n. 

Bowditch, William L, card on Gil- 
christ (1860), 14. 85; Convey- 
ancers' Assoc, 96 n. 

Bowdoin, Elizabeth [Lady Temple], 
2. 409. 

Bowdoin, Elizabeth (Erving), 5. 11. 

Bowdoin, James, director of Mer- 
chants' Notes scheme (1733), 17. 
189, 196, 207. 

Bowdoin, Gov. James [1] [Letters 
follow], keeps a carriage (1768), 
1. 225; and Priestley, 3. 52; 
and Ratification, 4. 66; as 



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BOWDOIN-BOYD 



fisherman, 10. 50; chosen for 
Congress (1774), 86; at Molineux's 
funeral, 89; on com. on memorial 
to Gage (1775), 91; and Beacon 
Hill Monument, 11. 18; as leader 
in Rev. movement, 11. 290-292; 
posted as prominent rebel, 16. 92; 
J. Q. Adams on defeat (1787), 
404 n. ; on Rich. Price's pamphlet 
(1785), 17. 327; as Gov., 327; 
biog. note, 338 n. ; and Crevecoeur, 
20. 32, 67. See also Bowdoin and 
Temple Papers. 

Letters: from David Cobb (1786) 
Shays's Rebellion, 1. 76; — to 
Franklin (1788) introducing friends, 
on Constitution, 4. 302; (1780) old 
age, Louis XVI, 8. 290; (1785) 
introducing Bulfinch, 12. 143; 
— from Mrs. Adams (1775) affairs in 
Congress, 8. 60; ^ from Gushing 
(1775) Washington's appointment, 
61; to Gushing (1775) Washington, 
pay of army, 289; — from Han- 
cock (1785) Harvard, 63 ; — to Geo. 
Erving (1788) Royal Soc, Fed. Con- 
stitution, 11. 178; — from Wash- 
ington (1789) patronage, 12. 143; 
— with Mercy Warren (1790) her 
poems, 144-145; — to Rich. Price 
(1786) Am. Acad., 17. 338. 
Bowdoin, James [2], islands owned by, 

4. 127; Minister to Spain, 5. 6, 19; 
papers, 8. 62; non-consumption 
agreement (1786), 496. 

Bowdoin, James, subscription for 
M.H.S. building, 3. 291; subscrip- 
tion to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 
341; memoir, 7. 122; and pub. 
of Winthrop Papers, 459; Libra- 
rian M.H.S., 8. 343; junior 
member M.H.S., 9. 94; on com. 
on removal of M.H.S. (1827), 11. 
309; and ed. of Winthrop's His- 
tory, 12. 297. 

Bowdoin family, apocryphal origin, 

5. 11. 

Bowdoin and Temple Papers, account 
of newlot of, 8. 61-63 ; coms.to pub., 
518, 20. 201 ; progress on, reported, 
11. 177; published, 286; Mellen 
Chamberlain's review, 286-299 ; 
contents, 286; and light on Am. 
Rev., 287-290, 294; on Acts of 
Trade and Stamp Act, 294-298 ; cost 
of pub., 328; fund for puJD., 331. 

Bowdoin College, benefactions of 
J. L. Sibley, 2. 502. 

Bo wen, Abel, on Boston City Hall 
(1829), 14. 101. 



Bowen, Clarence W., painting owned 
by, 19. 8. 

Bowen, Daniel, museum, 19. 8. 

Bowen, Eliza M. (Alline), 14. 80 n. 

Bowen, Francis, in M.H.S. group 
picture (1869), 3. vii; Commence- 
ment part (1833) and biog. note, 5. 
211, 211 n. 

Bowen, Joseph T., memorial on Con- 
stitution, 18. 332. 

Bowers, Benjamin, guest of Old 
Colony Club, 3. 412. 

Bowers, Esther [Mrs. Gould], 6. 30. 

Bowers, Jerathmeel, on Mass. Com. 
of Corresp., 4. 85, 88-90; duel, 10. 
56; vetoed for Council (1766, '67), 
62, 63. 

Bowes, Nicholas, excursion (1772), 
10. 46. 

Bowes, William, absentee loyalist, 10. 
163; confiscated Boston estate, 
168. 

Bowler, , of Isle of Wight (1695), 

2. 182. 

Bowles, John, protest against stu- 
dents' long hair (1672), 9. 99. 

Bowles, Ralph H., at Ticonderoga 
(1776), 6. 86; in Am. army (1781), 
135. 

Bowles, Samuel, libel case, 15. 529. 

Bowling, , boss of Petersburg, 

Va. (1804), 2. 20. 

Bowling, forbidden by Book of 
Sports, 19. 91. 

Bowling Green, Va., inn (1805), 2. 21, 
33. 

Bowman, Christopher, exile in Am- 
sterdam, 6. 50. 

Bowman, Joseph, of Lexington, and 
Groton church controversy (1712), 
13. 299-301. 

Bowman, Joseph, of Westborough 
(1726), 7. 386. 

Bowman, Dr. Nathaniel, 16. 407; 
biog. note, 407 n. 

Bowring, Sir John, hymns, 17. 137; 
mentioned, 19. 459. 

Box, John, member of *'Possee," 10. 
38 

Box Bridge, Va. (1781), 6. 140. 

Boyanton, Isaac, in Am. army (1775), 
12. 106. 

Boyce. See also Boyes, Boyse. 

Boyce, , and Washington runic 

inscription, 4. 59. 

Boyd, Andrew, sells slave (1769), 

3. 321. 

Boyd, Hannah (Greenleaf), 16. 383 n. 
Boyd, James, on identity of St. Croix 
River, 3. 90-92. 



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53 



Boyd, Robert, 16. 383 n. 

Boyd, Lieut. Thomas, in Sullivan's 

expedition, killed, 2. 469. 
Boydell, Edward, 16. 52, 52 n. 
Boydell, Mrs. Hannah, 16. 49 n., 52; 

death, 52 n. 
Boydell, John [1], career, 16. 48-53; 

AUTOG., 48. 

Boydell, John [2], 16. 52, 52 n. 
Boydell, John, engraving of West's 

picture of Penn's treaty, 15. 365. 
Boy den, James W., Commencement 

part (1843), 5. 238. 
Boyden, John, recruit (1760), 6. 427. 
Boyden, Jonathan, and Groton 

church controversy (1712), 13. 

299-301. 
Boyden, Jonathan, recruit (1760), 6. 

427. 
Boyden, Josiah, of Groton (1760), 

6. 427. 
Boyden's Tavern, Boston, 19. 366. 
Boyer, Peter, characterized, 12. 141. 
Boyes, Thomasine [Mrs. Johnson], 6. 

56. 
Boyles, , of Boston, death 

(1708), 14. 25. 
Boylston, Mrs., of Boston, death of 

child (1705), 14. 23. 
Boylston, Edward, port., 19. 385. 
Boylston, John, in Boston society, 

10. 39; as fisherman, 49. 
Boylston, Nicholas, in Boston society, 

10. 32, 33, 39, 73; member of Fire 
Club, 38. 

Boylston, Susanna [Mrs. Adams], 16. 
308 n. 

Boylston, Thomas, member of Boston 
Fire Club, 10. 38; on com. on non- 
importation (1768), 65; at Moli- 
neux's funeral, 89; characterized, 
12. 141. 

Boylston, Dr. Zabdiel, house, 19. 
426; and inoculation, 426. 

Boylston Market, Boston, photog. 
(1887), 4. 109. 

Boylston Street building. See Real 
estate. 

Boynton, Aaron, at Louisburg (1745), 

11. 439; death, 445. 

Boynton, Jane [Mrs. Nutting, Mrs. 

Reed], 8. 23. 
Boynton, Lieut. Joseph, in campaign 

of 1760, 4. 388. 
Boynton, Richard, characterized, 12. 

140. 
Boyse, Mrs., of Eng. (1650) , 1. 136. 
Boyse, Luke, of Va., 1. 135. 
Bozinger, Captain (1692), 7. 163. 
Bracey. See Bressye. 



Brackenbury, Dr. Samuel, death 
(1678), 7. 169. 

Brackenridge. See Breckenridge, 
Breckinridge. 

Brackett, , of Braintree (1704), 

1. 157. 

Brackett, Joshua, of Boston, charac- 
terized (1775), 12. 142. 

Brackett, Dr. Joshua, judge of Admi- 
ralty (1776), 10. 102. 

Brackett, Nathan, death of child 
(1708), 14. 26. 

Brackett's Tavern, Boston, 10. 47, 16. 
433, 433 n. 

Brackett's Tavern, Braintree, 10. 47. 

Brackstone, James, bookseller in 
London, 9. 389, 390; Watts de- 
nounces, 409, 12. 152. 

Bradbent, Joshua, and N. H. records 
(1686), 13. 264, 266. 

Bradbury, Francis, biog. note, 16. 
334 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's 
diary (1787-88) , 334, 354, 372, 381, 
391, 402, 403. 

Bradbury, George, biog. note, 16. 
362 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's 
diary (1787-88), 362, 376; ex- 
hibition part (1788), 409. 

Bradbury, Hannah J. (Spooner), 16. 
334 n. 

Bradbury, Harriet [Mrs. Hooper], 
biog. note, 16. 392 n. ; mentioned 
in J. Q. Adams's diary, 392; love 
affair, 402, 420, 444. 

Bradbury, James W., celebration of 
birthday (1887), 3. 319; death, 14. 
426; letter to Thacher (1882) on 
Longfellow, 20. 563. 

Bradbury, Mary, witchcraft petition 
of children, 1. 110. 

Bradbury, Theophilus, mentioned in 
J. Q. Adams's diary (1787-88), 16. 
323, 325, 327, 346, 367, 381, 391, 
403, 416, 423, 425; on laws against 
suicide, 375; Adams's opinion, 
376. 

Braddock's Defeat, L^vis's map, 4. 
94; Washington's account, 5. 3. 

Bradford, , in Italy (1829), 19. 

447, 450, 452. 

Bradford, Captain, at siege of Bos- 
ton, 9. 89. 

Bradford, Alden, memoir of Gamaliel 
Bradford, 7. 122; of Joshua 
Thomas, 125; of James Winthrop, 
125; junior member M.H.S., 9. 
94; at Plymouth anniversary 
(1820), 10. 395. 

Bradford, Charles F., gift to M.H.S., 
3.63. 



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BRADFORD-BRADLEY 



Bradford, Dorothy (May), record of 
marriage, 6. 46; exile in Amster- 
dam (1613), 56; Pilgrim at Ley den, 
17. 173. 

Bradford, Capt. Gamaliel, fight with 
French privateers (1800), 12. 250- 
252. 

Bradford, Gamaliel [d. 1824], me- 
moir, 7. 122. 

Bradford, Gamaliel [d. 1839], me- 
moir, 7. 122; B K poems (1820, 
'27), 9. 117, 121; biog. note, 117 n. 

Bradford, GamaUel [H. C. 1849], 
on City of Quincy, 4. 267 ; on P. W. 
Chandler, 382; remarks, 10. 291, 
440, 11. 187, 209, 238, 336, 12. 112, 
154, 424, 13. 62, 121, 156, 164, 14. 
424, 15. 24, 17. 75, 449, 18. 398, 
447, 471, 19. 227, 229, 303, 20. 83, 
590; remarks on changes in condi- 
tions of U. S., 7. 317; on Spain and 
England, 8. 47, 52; suggests a 
Parkman Avenue, 395; presents 
Soc. of Cincinnati's gift of records, 
9. 10; on H. A. Hill, 10. 148; re- 
marks on royal Govs, of Mass., 285 ; 
seconds motion on M.H.S. build- 
ings, 298; communicates verses 
on ancestor's fight, 12. 250-252; 
Lesson of Popular Govt., 13. 65; 
remarks on college examinations, 
14. 205; on confounding debt and 
currency, 15. 326-327; on J. B. 
Thayer, 16. 19 ; on hist, conception 
of Constitution, 173-175; on power 
of legislature, 238-247; remarks 
on negro question, 19. 107. 

Bradford, John, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 173. 

Bradford, Capt. John, at Molineux's 
funeral, 10. 89; in Boston society, 
34, 103; characterized, 12. 140; 
prominent rebel, 16. 92. 

Bradford, John, and Boston Maga- 
zine, 18. 326. 

Bradford, Rev. John M., as preacher, 
19. 368. 

Bradford, Le Baron, 3. 385. 

Bradford, Mrs. Margaret, of Braintree, 
death (1697), 14. 18. 

Bradford, Margaret [Mrs. Eliot], 14. 
105. 

Bradford, Capt. (?) Robert, in Va. 
campaign (1681), 6. 133; at siege 
of Yorktown, 153; return from 
Yorktown, 156-160. 

Bradford, S. Dexter, Washington 
Monument appeal, 2. 143; Com- 
mencement part (1814) and biog. 
note, 5. 179, 179 n. 



Bradford, Sarah [Mrs. Ripley], 19. 
387. 

Bradford, Gov. William [1], lives at 
Plymouth, 2. 48; chair, 3. 401; on 
Wm. Morrell, 4. 74; record of 
marriage, 6. 46; on incontinence in 
Plymouth, 510; birthplace identi- 
fied, 7. 52; record of name May- 
flower, 11. 70; missing account of 
voyage of Mayflower, 367, 12. 17; 
MS. letter of Winthrop and, pre- 
sented, 196; provision for exhibi- 
tion of letter, 259; character, 15. 
79; Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 73. 
See also Bradford's History. 

Bradford, William [2], named for 
Council (1691), 14. 217. 

Bradford, William [d. 1752], works 
printed by (1685-1700), 9. 480, 
494, 512, 522, 12. 278, 389, 392-394, 
17. 18 37 

Bradford, William [d. 1791], letter 
from Gov. Belcher (1754) on King's 
Printer, 16. 191. 

Bradford, William, copy of account of 
trial of Church (1775), 1. 14. 

Bradford, Mass., and Harvard Hall 
(1677), 9. 101. 

Bradford House, Kingston, photog., 
8. 21. 

Bradford's History of Plymouth, 
passages from, identified, 7. 50; 
rediscovery, 53, 11. 300; publica- 
tion, 54; return of, to Mass., 65, 
11. 303-304, 314-315, 367, 12. 
59-60, 15. 70-71, 78-81; record of 
name Mayflower, 7. 70; facsim. 
reproduction, 10. 468; Winsor on, 
11. 299-304; how it reached Eng- 
land, 299; earlier movements for 
return, 300-302; proposed me- 
morial ed., 12. 169-172, 260-261, 
293-312, 340-342. 

Bradish, Ebenezer, addresses to 
Hutchinson and Gage (1774), 14. 
50 n., 51 n. 

Bradish, Ebenezer, Boston tavern- 
keeper, 16. 432, 432 n. 

Bradish, Eleanor [Mrs. Cobb], 7. 320. 

Bradish, Joseph, proclamation for 
arrest (1699), 9. 518. 

Bradlee, Joseph P., subscription for 
M.H.S. building, 3. 291. 

Bradlee, Josiah, gift to M.H.S., 8. 197. 

Bradlee, Mrs. Nathaniel J., gift to 
M.H.S., 11. 333. 

Bradley, , of Dorchester, 

drowned (1701), 14. 20. 

Bradley, Stephen, exile in Amster- 
dam (1614), 6. 50. 



BRADORE BAY-BRATTLE 



55 



Bradore Bay, early French fishing- 
station, 8. 71. 
Bradshaw, , of Martha's Vine- 

yard(?) (1779), 3. 88. 
Bradshaw, James, of Cherry Valley, 

2. 451. 
Bradstreet, Abigail (Lakin), 11. 418. 
Bradstreet, Ann [Mrs. Hobart], 11. 

419. 
Bradstreet, Anne (Downing | Gardiner) 

personal letter from her mother 

(1678), 10. 186-188. 
Bradstreet, Anne (Dudley), Poems 

(ed. of 1678), 9. 445. 
Bradstreet , Major Dudley [ 1] , captured 

by Indians (1698), 1. 152; member 

of Dudley's Council, 13. 228. 
Bradstreet, Rev, Dudley [2], 11. 418; 

letter to Gov. Dudley (1706) on 

conditions in Groton, 12. 197-198; 

complaints against and dismissal 

(1712), 13. 298-302. 
Bradstreet, Dudley [3], diary of siege 

of Louisburg, 11. 417-446; career, 

418-421; commission, 419-420; 

diary presented to M.H.S., 19. 83. 
Bradstreet, Hannah, 11. 419. 
Bradstreet, Humfried, petitibn 

(1637), 3. 199. 
Bradstreet, Humphrey, death (1717), 

8. 217. 

Bradstreet, John, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 407; at seige of Louis- 
burg (1745), 11. 435. 

Bradstreet, Lucy [Mrs. Pratt], 11. 
419. 

Bradstreet, Mary [Mrs. Kemp], 11. 
418. 

Bradstreet, Mary (Wainwright), 11. 
418. 

Bradstreet, Sarah, 11. 419. 

Bradstreet, Gov. Simon, route of 
SewalPs walk with, 1. 318-321; 
house in Boston, 321; Atherton 
Co., 2. 152; Cambridge selectman 
(1635), 7. 361; and Andros (1689), 

9. 478; member of Dudley's 
Council, 13. 228; record of war 
com. (1690), 334; death, 14. 
17; named for Council (1691)* 
217; commission and instructions 
to Phips (1690), 15. 297-299. 

Bradstreet, Rev. Simon, ordained 
(1698), 14. 32. 

Bradt. See Bratt. 

Brahmins, and suicide, 16. 529. 

Brainard, Gideon, death in Am. army 
(1775), 7. 411. 

Brainard, Timothy, at siege of Bos- 
ton, 9. 66. 



Braintree, Mass., John Marshall's 
diary (1697-1711), 1. 148-164, 14. 
13-34; fasts (1698), 1.152; (1700), 
154; town meetings (1698), 152; 
(1707), 158; (1708), 159; impress- 
ment muster (1704), 157; militia 
(1705), 158; miht. watch (1689- 
90), 161-163; Maverick's account 
(1660), 238; in 1650, 2. 46; Cod- 
dington's school land, '7. 22 ; 
constituency of colon, town-meet- 
ings, 208-210; site of orig. iron 
works, 8. 12 n. ; corresp. on iron 
works (1644-47), 13-17; Miller's 
diary (1777-99), 112-115; pre- 
Rev. inn, 10. 47; view of Union 
Church, 12. 189; E. A. Park as 
pastor, 14. 451-453; instructions 
on lawyers (1786), 16. 342 n. See 
also Quincy. 

Braithwait, Deacon, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 50. 

Braman, Rev. Isaac, at class reunion 
(1844), 5. 242; at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1845), 246; jubilee, 
19, 431. 

Bramin, Cyrus, tavern-keeper at Nor- 
wich (1795), 3. 44. 

Brampston, Sir John, descendant, 4. 
319. 

Bramston, Rev. James, career and 
poetry, 4. 317-319; ''lion in the 
lobby roar" verses, 318; ancestor, 
319. 

Brand, , and Washington runic 

inscription, 4. 59. 

Brande, William T., as authority on 
Eng. parish, 7. 223, 251. 

Brandis, Lucas, Rudimentum Novici- 
orum, 19. 296. 

Branford (Totocot), Conn., in 1660, 
1. 245; in 1650, 2. 49. 

Branscomb, Charles H., New Eng- 
land Emigrant Aid Society, 1. 181. 

Brant, Joseph, fight near Albany 
(1778), 2. 444; attack on German 
Flats, 448; on Cherry Valley, 449- 
450; second attack, 450; move- 
ments (1779), 453, 456, 460, 461; 
council with Herkimer, 462; al- 
leged confederacy (1787), 17. 460. 

Bratcher, Austin, death, 12. 211. 

Bratt, Lieut. (?) Henry, at Cherry 
Valley, 2. 448.^ 

Brattle, Katherine (Saltonstall), 
Harris's A^. Eng. Ancestors, 4. 106; 
marriage, 9. 11. 

Brattle, Martha (Fitch | Allen), 9. 11. 

Brattle, Thomas, as officer of Har- 
vard, 5. 41(T; loyal petition (1666), 



56 



BRATTLE-BREVOORT 



6. 471; almanac, 7. 414; justice of 
peace (1708), 16. 523. 
Brattle, Thomas, memoir, 7. 122; 
in Boston society, 10. 33, 39; ex- 
cursion (1772), 46; as fisherman, 
48, 51; leaves Boston (1775), 92; 
absentee loyalist, 163. 
Brattle, Rev. William [1], marries 
Wadsworth, 4. 79; bequest to 
Harvard, 5. 401; and Harvard 
govt., 410; influence on students, 
413; almanacs (1682, '94), 7. 414, 
9. 453, 499; death, 8. 216; Bel- 
cher on, 9. 12; squib on Com- 
mencement exercises (1682), 10. 
201. 

Brattle, William [2], career, 9. 11; 
letter from Belcher (1748), 12-17; 
in Boston society, 10. 32; boun- 
dary commissions (1767), 63; 
(1773), 79; takes refuge in Boston, 
88; confiscated Boston estate, 170; 
not Atty.-Gen., 288;^ loyalist, 16. 
82 n. ; and boundary dispute (1733) , 
19. 31. 

Brattle Square Church, Boston, 
model, 2. 396; history and posi- 
tion (1834), 3. 166; Lothrop as 
pastor, 166-168; decline, 171; 
new building, 172; resignation of 
Lothrop, 173-174; Lothrop's His- 
tory, 111; attitude of John Hig- 
ginson, 16. 515; and Cotton Mather 
17.30; Mam/esto (1699), 62; relic 
of occupation by Brit, troops, 438; 
call of Peter Thacher, 19. 430, 437. 

Brattleborough, Vt., dedication of 
Brooks Library, 3. 279. 

Braxton, Carter, Signer, 1. 282. 

Bray, J., works on Boston defences 
(1814), 14. 151; characterized, 
153. 

Bray, Robert, killed at Cherry Valley, 
2. 450, 452. 

Bray, Rev. Thomas Wells, at siege of 
Boston, 7. 402. 

Bray ton, Francis, immigrant, 19. 
268. 

Brayton, Israel, 19. 268. 

Brayton, John, 19. 268. 

Brayton, John Summerfield, elected 
a member M.H.S., 12. 74; M.H.S. 
tributes to, 18. 417-419; in M.H.S., 
417; education, 418, 19. 268; clerk 
of court, 18. 418; business inter- 
ests, 418, 19. 269-271; public 
offices, 18. 419, 19. 269; honorary 
degree, 18. 419, 19. 271 ; hist, inter- 
ests, 18. 419, 19. 271-272; Memoir 
by W. W. Crapo, 628-272; port 



and AUTOG., 268; birth and death, 
268; ancestry, 268; lawyer, 269; 
educ. and relig. interests, 271; 
marriage and children, 272. 

Brayton, Kezia (Anthony), 19. 268. 

Brayton, Sarah J. (Tinkham), 19. 
272. 

Brazer, John, Commencement part 
(1813), 5. 178; biog. notes, 178 w., 
9. 117 n.; Master's oration (1816), 
6. 181, 181 n.) Harvard D.D. 
(1836), 21S)0 BK oration (1819), 
9. 117; prayer (1825), 120. 

Brazen Lion, Providence inn, 4. 245. 

Brazier, Mary [Mrs. Robbins], 3. 
206. 

Bread, John, of Lynn, 8. 214. 

Breck, Rev. Robert [1], ordained 
(1704), 1. 157. 

Breck, i^ev. (?) Robert [2], sermon at 
Groton (1778), 12. 98. 

Breck, Samuel, in Philadelphia 
(1804), 2. 12; guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 430; at Boston dinner 
(1776) , 10. 103. 

Breck, (?) Samuel [2], 16. 442. 

Breckenridge, James, letter from Jef- 
ferson (1819), 14. 395 ; and division 
of Va. (1802), 15. 161. 

Breckinridge, John C, in election of 
1860, 3. 328. 

Breda, La, diva at Syracuse (1830), 
19. 452. 

Breed. See also Bread. 

Breed, John McL., at Am. camp 
(1775), 9. 44. 

Brent, Richard, congressional candi- 
dacy (1795), 15. 149, 150; (1797), 
161. 

Brenton, Jahleel, as collector of cus- 
toms, 4. 150, 152-154, 7. 166. 

Brenton, James, and Jon. Sewall, 
10. 417. 

Brereton, John, on Indian hemp, 6. 
36; extant copies of Brief e and 
True Relation,^. 181-182, 12. 160. 

Bressye (Bracey), Thomas, petition 
(1637), 3. 199. 

Bretland, Rev. Joseph, letter from 
Priestley (1785), 3. 15. ^ 

Breton, Richard, Commissioner of 
Customs (1703), 4. 148. 

Brett, John, prize case (1749), 5. 92- 
94. 

Brevoort, James Carson, death an- 
nounced, 4. 37, 105; on Cabot 
mappe-monde, 6. 305, 306; and 
Maiollo map, 8. 78; on Sebastian 
Cabot, 11. 168; and Washington's 
Diary, 19. 5 n. 



BREWER-BEIDGEWATER 



57 



Brewer, , exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 50. 
Brewer, , of Roxbury, house 

burned (1703), 14. 33. 
Brewer, Captain , in campaign of 1760, 

4. 392, 5. 355. 
Brewer, Major, at siege of Boston, 

9. 54. 
Brewer, Daniel, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 173. 
Brewer, Daniel [1], protest against 

students' long hair (1673), 9. 99. 
Brewer, Daniel [2], graduates (1687), 

17. 58. 
Brewer, Darius R., Commencement 

part (1838), 6. 223; biog. note, 

223 n. 
Brewer, Frances J., gift to M.H.S,, 

15. 521. 
Brewer, Jonas, of Brookfield, 7. 385. 
Brewer, Col. Jonathan, at siege of 

Boston, 7. 403. 
Brewer, Mrs, Margaret, Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 173. 
Brewer, Rebecca, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 181. 
Brewer, Stephen, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 173. 
Brewer, Thomas, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 173.* 
Brewer, Mrs. Thomas, Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 173. 
Brewer, Trintye, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17.173. 
Brewin. See also Bruning. 
Brewin, Lieut. Peter, captured at 

Quebec, 2. 295. 

Brewster, (1653), 4. 270. 

Brewster, Daniel, at Am. camp (1775), 

9. 44, 45, 78. 
Brewster, Lieut. Ebenezer, at siege of 

Boston, 9. 66, 71, 73. 
Brewster, Capt. Ezra, at Am. camp 

(1775), 9. 79, 80. 
Brewster, Fear, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 173. 
Brewster, Jonas, at siege of Boston, 

9. 73. 
Brewster, Jonathan, and Robt. Wil- 
liams, 3. 257; Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 173. 
Brewster, Lieut. Jonathan, at siege of 

Boston, 9. 43, 47, 54, 55, 56, 61, 67, 

77. 
Brewster, Love, 3. 263; Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 173. 
Brewster, Mrs. Mary, Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 173. 
Brewster, Corporal Nathaniel, at siege 

of Boston, 9. 42; 43, 53. 



Brewster, Osmyn, photog., 3. 283. 

Brewster, Patience, Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 173. 

Brewster, Simon, at Am. camp (1775), 
9. 64. 

Brewster, Stephen, at Am. camp 
(1775), 9. 91. 

Brewster, Elder William, autogs., 3. 
261-263; books printed by, 263- 
265, 5. 82; inventory of library, 3. 
265-274; titles of books in library, 

5. 37-81; analysis of library, 81- 
85; importation of books, 82; 
marginalia in Bible presumably 
owned by, 10. 257, 261; Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 173. 

Brewster, William, death (1775), 9 
64. 

Brewster, Wrestling, Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 173. 

Breynton, John, at funeral of Ed. 
Winslow, 3. 93, 94. 

Brez, Guy de, Anabaptists, 9. 424, 17. 
15. 

Briant, Rev. Lemuel, controversy, 8. 
92. 

Brick. See Breck. 

Bridge, Mrs. Alice, exile in Amster- 
dam (1610), 6. 50. 

Bridge, Edward, protest against long 
hair of Harvard students (1673), 
9.99. 

Bridge, Ellen [Mrs. Marion], 16. 48. 

Bridge, Horatio, and Hawthorne, 20. 
564. 

Bridge, James, mentioned in J. Q. 
Adamses diary (1787-89), 16. 300, 
433, 452, 458; on election at 
Newburyport (1789), 390 n^; and 
Adams, 433 n.-435 ri., 450, 451; 
law studies, 434 n. 

Bridge, John, exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 50. 

Bridge, N., works on Boston defences 
(1814), 14. 152; characterized, 153. 

Bridge, Samuel J., donor of John 
Harvard statue, 2. 121. 

Bridge, Rev. Thomas, fast for rain 
(1714), 8. 224; and Council's fast 
proclamation and control (1715), 
15. 354. 

Bridgen, Edward, letter on Declara- 
tory Act (1766), 11. 446-448. 

Bridger, John, broadside on making 
tar (1707), 6. 173. 

Bridges, Robert, Assistant, lives at 
Lynn, 2. 47. 

Bridge water, Mass., services of Wil- 
liams Latham, 4. 197; collection of 
epitaphs, 198. 



58 



BRIDGHAM-BRIMMER 



Bridgham. See also Brigham. 

Bridgham, Capt. John, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 81. 

Bridgham, Deacon Joseph, death, 1. 
160, 14. 26; and Benj. Wadsworth, 
4. 79. 

Brief and True narrative, extant copy, 
price, 10. 346. 

Briefe Discourse of Newfound-Land, 
extant copy, 12. 161. 

Brief Explications of Truth and Error, 
12. 412. 

Briefe narrative of progress of Gospel, 
extant copies, price, reprint, 10. 
339. 

Brief Narrative of sufferings of Qua- 
kers, 9. 520. 

Brigadier's Island, Sears estate, 2. 
413. 

Brigandage, Spanish (1868), 16. 472. 

Briggs, Charles, Commencement part 
(1815) and biog. note, 5. 179, 179n. 

Briggs, Charles A., and Eliot's de- 
scription of N. Eng., 2. 44-46. 

Briggs, Fountain, candidacy for Va. 
Council (1788), 15. 126. 

Briggs, Gov. George N., at Harvard 
Commencements (1844-48), 5. 242, 
243, 245, 249, 252, 254; Harvard 
LL.D, (1844), 245; reads resolutions 
on Quincy's presidency, 247; and 
G. T. Bigelow, 473; and Graves- 
Cilley duel, 12. 292; in Mass. Con- 
ven. (1853), 18. 34, 37. 

Briggs, Rev. George Ware, at Plymouth 
anniversary (1845), 10. 395 n. 

Briggs, James, shipwright (1773), 7. 
417 n. 

Briggs, Joane, exile in Amsterdam, 6. 
50. 

Briggs, Mrs. Melatiah, death, 14. 22. 

Brigham. See also Bridgham. 

Brigham, , innkeeper at Coven- 
try (1804), 2. 6, 32. 

Brigham, Ann M. (Peck) [Mrs. Paige], 
15. 254. 

Brigham, Benjamin, vocjgilist, 2. 490; 
Commencement part (1825), 5. 
193; biog. note, 193 n. 

Brigham, Eliza E. (Perry), 16. 536. 

Brigham, Joseph, graduates, 16. 440. 

Brigham, Levi, subscription to Boston 
dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Brigham, Lincoln Flagg, elected a 
member M.H.S., 2. 87; accepts, 
101; M.H.S. tributes to, 10. 6-7, 
119; in M.H.S., 6, 16. 536; Me- 
moir by Solomon Lincoln, 535- 
538; PORT, and autog., 535; par- 
entage, 535; birth, 535; education, 



535; lawyer, 535; as judge, 535- 
537; death, 536; honorary degrees, 
536; marriage and children, 536; 
personal integrity, 537; homes, 
537; ports., 538. 

Brigham, Lucy (Forbes), 16. 535. 

Brigham, William, Commencement 
part (1829), 5. 200; biog. note, 
200 n. ; lecture at Lowell Institute, 
6. 208; M.H.S. circular letter 
(1857), 213. 

Bright, John, photog. of bust, 2. 71 ; 
Gladstone's opinion, 14. 318, 20. 
475; memorials at Rochdale, 477. 

Bright, Gen. Michael, Olmstead affair, 
20, 320. 

Bright, Richard, visit to, 19. 464. 

Bright, William, on Nich. Hoppin, 
3. 308. 

Brigstock, F. H. J., acknowledgment 
to, 4. 262 n. 

Brimmer, Andrew, at Boston dinner 
(1776), 10. 103. 

Brimmer, Harriet (Wadsworth), 10. 
587. 

Brimmer, Herman, at Boston dinner 
(1776), 10. 103; characterized, 12. 
141. 

Brimmer, Marianne (Timmins), 10. 
594. 

Brimmer, Martin [1], 3. 401 n. ; N. C. 
lands (1784), 8. 181; celebrates 
anniversary of Sons of Liberty, 10. 
68; in Boston (1776), 99; flag of 
truce conference, 100; in Boston 
society, 103, 106; purchases con- 
fiscated Mass. estates, 168, 176. 

Brimmer, Martin [2], public inter- 
ests, 10. 587. 

Brimmer, Martin [3], elected a mem- 
ber M.H.S., 1. 76; on Auditing Com. 
(1887), 3. 254; report, 297; an- 
cestry, 401 72., 10. 587; list of pub- 
lications (1889-95), 5. 439, 7. 369, 
10. 121; on Parkman's autobiog.,8. 
368; M.H.S. tributes to, 10. 442-447, 
451-454; in M.H.S., 442; charac- 
ter, 445, 454, 586, 594; interests, 
446, 593; health, 451, 587; cul- 
ture, 451; wealth, 451; public 
services and trusts, 452, 589; and 
Museum of Fine Arts, 452, 590, 
593; liberality, 453; religion, 453, 
594; marriage and home life, 453, 
594 ; Memoir by Samuel Eliot, • 
586-595; port, and autog., 586; 
birth, 587; education, 588; law 
student, 588; in Europe, 588; and 
Kansas Emigrant Aid Soc, 589; 
and Harvard, 590; writings, 591- 



BEIMMER-BROADSIDES 



59 



592; and relig. tolerance in school 
matters, 593; social life, 594; 
sorrows, 595; death, 595; Henry 
Lee's characterization, 19. 253. 

Brimmer, Sarah (Watson), 3. 401 n. 

Brimsmead. See Brinsmead. 

Brindley, , of Newport (1778), 

2. 238. 

Brinker's Mills, Hamilton, Pa., 2. 
473. 

Brinley. See also Brindley. 

Brinley, George, and Gov. Went- 
worth, 3. 66; absentee loyalist, 10. 
163. 

Brinley, Griselda [Mrs. Sylvester], 4. 
270 n., 271. 

Brinley, Nathaniel, exiled from Bos- 
ton (1776), 10. 102. 

Brinley, Thomas, absentee loyalist, 
10. 163 ; confiscated Boston estate, 
170. 

Brinsmead, Jane [Mrs. Ruddock], 
joins church, 4. 299; death, 299. 

Brinsmead, Rev. William, death, 1. 
155; Sewall's epigram on, 3. 381; 
notebook, 4. 298-301 ; missing vol- 
ume, 301 ; date of ordination, 301 ; 
preaches for Mather (1675, '76), 13. 
356, 367, 368. 

Brinson, Barefoot, 19. 293. 

Brinson, Daniel, of N. J., 19. 293. 

Brinson, Frances (Greenland), 19. 
293. 

Brinton, Daniel G., on the Lenape, 
2. 64. 

Brisco, Joseph [d. 1657], Wilson's 
verses on, 9. 531. 

Brisco, Joseph, Boston estate (1703), 
1. 319. 

Briscoe's Corner, Boston, identity, 
1. 319. 

Brissot de Warville, Jean P., 
''Amis des Noirs," 2. 310 n.; and 
Crevecoeur, 20. 58, 60, 63. 

Bristol, Pa., inn (1804), 2. 33. 

Bristol, R. I., in 1801, 4. 125; slave- 
trade, 125. 

Bristol Ferry, R. I., in 1801, 4. 125. 

Bristow, Pavid, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 50. 

British and American Steam Navi- 
gation Company, 7. 35. 

British Coffee House, Boston, 10. 
38. 

British Historical Manuscripts com- 
mission. Report on Sackville Papers ^ 
1. 223; inconvenience of Reports 
for Am. research, 2. 39. 

British Museum, Winthrop Papers 
sent to, 12. 146. 



British Queen, trans- Atlantic steamer 

(1840), 17. 35. 
Brittain, John, of N. S., 2. 241. 
Broad Bay, Me. See Waldoborough. 
Broadsides, Tompson's Grammarians 

Funeral (1708), 5. 2, 10. 273; 

various Boston (1704-07), 6. 172- 

174; a carrier's address (1796), 

8. 266-267; verses on Merrimac 
and Conn, rivers (1720, '21), 

9. 7-10; Harvard Commence- 
ment theses (1643), 413; (1670), 
428; (1687), 17. 58; Conditions 
for New-Planters in Territories of 
Duke of York (1665), 9. 423; To 
the Elders of Mass. (1668), 424; 
Mass. thanksgiving procs. (1676), 
439; (1692), 493; Thacher's Bne/ 
Rule on Small Pocks, 439; Joy's 
Innocency's Complaint (1677), 440; 
orders of General Court (1678-), 445; 
(1674), 12. 401; fast procs. (1678), 
9. 445; (1690), 486; (1670), 12. 
280; (1689), 282; (1691), 284; 
Reasons for Inditement of Duke of 
York (1680), 9. 450; proc. on Nar- 
ragansett Country (1683), 459; re- 
print of London Gazette (1684), 467; 
advertisement of Narragansett 
proprietors (1686), 469; proc. of 
Pres. of N. Eng. (1686), 471; 
poetry on Prince of Orange (1688), 
475 ; proc. on invasion of Prince of 
Orange (1688), 475; Relation of 
Capt. Bull (1689), 480; order for 
surpressing Puhlick Occurrences 
(1690), 484; orders for enlisting 
men (1690), 484-485; (1696), 17. 
45; proc. against disorders (1692), 
9. 494; Earthquake, Naples (1695), 
504; Mass. proc. on Lords Day 
(1699), 517; proc. for arrest of 
Jos. Bradish (1699), 518; Watch 
for a Wise Man's Observation 
(1699), 519 ; Tompson's elegy on 
Gov. Winthrop (1676), 10. 270- 
271 ; Neighbour's Tears (1710), 274 ; 
Christian Covenanting Confession 
(1660), 340, 12. 411; Harvard's 
appeal (1659), 280; on supplies for 
fleet (1667), 280; on rebuilding of 
Castle (1673), 281; General Courts 
Answer to Dudley (1686), 281; 
declaration of Mass. Conven. (1689), 
282 ; on overthrow of Andros, 
282-283; order on paper-money 
(1690), 283; on Port Royal trade 
(1691), 284; ship-clearance (1692), 

284; list of Mass. Council (1697), 
284 ; orders on King Philip's War, 



60 



BROADWATER-BROOKS 



401-403; on horse-racing (1677), 
403; on discharging fire-arms 
(1678), 404; on selling arms to 
Indians (1681), 405; on current 
money (1682), 406; on rating of 
Castle (1683), 407; on Boston 
buildings, 407-409; proc. on 
pirates (1685), 409; verses on 
Boston fire (1760), 14. 372; 
FACsiMS. of procs. of Mass. 
Council (1715), 15. 327, 351; 
explanation by General Court 
(1684), 17. 33; proc. on militia 
(1701), 52; Harvard graduates 
(1682), 58; (to 1700), 63; (to 1674), 
68. 

Broadwater, Charles, and ratification 
of Constitution, 17. 496. 

Brock, Robert A., on royal arms in 
Va., 4. 250. 

Brockenbrough, A. S., and Univ. of 
Va. (1819), 14. 397. 

Brockway, (?) Abner, death in Am. 
army (1775), 7. 401. 

Brockwell, Rev. Charles, Pelham's 
engraving, 18. 238. 

Brodbent, J., Boston exciseman 
(1688), 7. 147. 

Brodhead, Col. Daniel, 2. 467. 

Brodie, David, prize case (1752), 6. 98. 

Broke, Sir Philip B. V., fight with 
Chesapeake, 1. 374-379. 

Bromfield, Edward [1], Boston estate, 
1. 320; to establish Boston market 
(1686), 13. 271; and Council's as- 
sumption of control (1715), 15. 
343-351; justice of peace (1708), 

16. 523. 

Bromfield, Edward [2], director of 
Merchants' Notes scheme (1733), 

17. 189, 196, 205, 208. 
Bromfield, Henry, conference on 

Port Bill, 10. 85; at Boston dinner 
(1776), 103; characterized, 12. 142. 

Bromfield, Thomas, mentioned in 
Price's letters (1775), 17. 294, 300, 
307. 

Bromfield Street, early names, 1. 318. 

Bromhead, Mrs. Anna, exile in Am- 
sterdam, 6. 50. 

Bromhead, Hugo, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 50. 

Brook Bridge, Va. (1781), 6. 146. 

Brook Farm, Edmund Quincy on, 

18. 410. 

Brooke, George, Treasurer of Va., 
death, 19. 150. 

Brooke, Robert, gubernatorial candi- 
dacy (1794), 15. 146; Atty.-Gen., 
156. 



Brooke, Stopford W., and Franklin 
Fund, 12. 28. 

Brookfield, Mass., minister (1795), 3. 
51; inn (1760), 4. 388; (1812), 19. 
367; in 1777, 6. 89; diary of Eli 
Forbes (1762), 7.384-399; Hutch- 
inson's defeat (1675), 8. 280, 12. 
387; founder, 8. 281. 

Brookhaven, L. I., agreement with 
Tabacus (1664), 5. 305. 

Brookline (Muddy River), Mass., 
Longwood, 2. 412-413, 419-422 ; lo- 
cation of meeting-house (1714), 8. 
222, 225; school (1686), 13. 277, 
282 ; John Pierce's description 
(1817), 19. 424-427. 

Brooks, , trouble in Mass. (1636), 

1. 240. 

Brooks, Abigail B. [Mrs. Adams], 13. 
199. 

Brooks, Ann G. [Mrs. Frothingham], 
10. 509. 

Brooks, Benjamin, in Am. army 
(1775), 12. 106. 

Brooks, Benjamin F., card on Gil- 
christ (1860), 14. 85 n. 

Brooks, Charles, Master's oration 
(1819), 5. 186; in M.H.S. group 
picture (1858), 6. 77; reprinted 
M.H.S. paper, 223. 

Brooks, Charles B., gift to M.H.S., 
19. 168. 

Brooks, Charles T., Commencement 
part (1832), 5. 209; biog. notes, 
209 n., 9. 139 w.; Master's oration 
(1835), 5. 215, 215 n.; (P B K poem 
(1845), 9. 139. 

Brooks, Charlotte G. [Mrs. Everett], 
18. 117. 

Brooks, Eben S., school, 1. 327. 

Brooks, Dr. Ebenezer, and separation 
of Ky., 17. 452. 

Brooks, Edward, controversy over 
Boott will, 12. 121. 

Brooks, Francis, Barbarian Cruelty, 
17. 25. 

Brooks, Henry M., on Henry Wheat- 
land, 9. 293. 

Brooks, John, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366. 

Brooks, Gov. John, and Shays's 
Rebelhon, 1. 303; on Saml. 
Jenks, 5. 352; non-consumption 
agreement (1786), 8. 497; me- 
morials of, 14. 195-197; career, 
197. 

Brooks, Jonas, in Am. army (1775), 
12. 106. 

Brooks, Mercy [Mrs. Tufts], J. Q. 
Adams on, 16. 328. 



BROOKS-BROWN 



61 



Brooks, Peter, subscription for 
M.H.S. building, 3. 291. 

Brooks, Peter C. [d. 1880], subscrip- 
tion for M.H.S. building, 3. 292; 
Everett's father-in-law, 18. 117. 

Brooks, Peter C. [H. C. 1852], gift to 
M.H.S., 15. 45. 

Brooks, Phillips, list of publications 
(1883-86), 1. 170, 2. 391, 4. 106; 
sermon before Ancient and Hon. 
Artillery (1889), 412; M.H.S. 
tributes to, 8. 80-90; in M.H.S., 
81; travel in Holy Land, 83-84; 
liberalism, 84; at college, 85-86; 
incident of failure as teacher, 86- 
90; memoir assigned to A. V. G. 
Allen, 115; and Martin Brimmer, 
10. 594, 595; Henry Lee's char- 
acterization, 19. 253. 

Brooks, Preston S., assault on Sum- 
ner, 20. 543. 

Brooks, WiUiam, hanged, 12. 97. 

Brooks, William Gray, in M.H.S. 
group picture (1869), 3. vii. 

Brooks, William H., Commencement 
part (1827), 5. 196; biog. note, 
196 ri. 

Broome, Samuel, purchases confis- 
cated Mass. estates, 10. 168, 178. 

Brougham, Henry Peter, baron; and 
maps of Northeastern boundary, 
3. 362, 367, 368; ignores last royal 
veto, 5. 158. 

Broughton, , of Conn. (1654), 4. 

271. 

Broughton, Nicholas, naval expedition 
(1775), 1. 17. 

Broughton, Thomas, agreement with 
John Winthrop (1656) on process 
of making salt, 3. 194. 

Brown. See also Browne. 

Brown, , of Newburyport (1788), 

16. 424, 444. 

Brown, , of Concord, Mass. 

(1776), 6. 79. 

Brown, , innkeeper at Scituate 

(1779), 6. 124. 

Brown, , innkeeper at Wood- 
bridge, N. J. (1804), 2. 10, 33. 

Brown, , of Edinburgh (1830), 

19. 474. 

Brown, Captain, in Phips's Quebec 
expedition, 15. 307, 311. 

Brown, Doctor, at Cherry Valley, 2. 
452, 453, 456, 457. 

Brown, Lieutenant, on com. on war 
expenses (1676), 12. 402. 

Brown, Aaron, potash works burned, 
1. 311; compensation, 311-312; 
census marshal (1790), 4. 136. 



Brown, Abishai, orderly book (1775), 

5. 450. 
Brown, Alexander, elected a corresp. 

member M.H.S., 6. 390; Chas. 

Deane's services to, 7. 67-69; death 

announced, 20. 550. 
Brown, Allen, sheriff (1764), 18. 262. 
Brown, Andrew, MSS. on Acadia, 4. 

100. 
Brown, Bartholomew, at Plymouth 

anniversary (1820), 10. 395. 
Brown, Benjamin, of Salem, commis- 
sion of oyer and terminer (1703), 

1. 220; on trade com. (1686), 13. 

248. 
Brown, Benjamin, and R. I. boundary 

dispute (1731), 19. 29. 
Brown, Benjamin, non-consumption 

agreement (1786), 8. 497. 
Brown, Buckminster, gift to M.H.S., 

7. 315; biog. note, 316. 
Brown, Mrs. Buckminster, gifts to 

M.H.S., 7. 316, 10. 293. 
Brown, Chad, immigrant, 14. 282. 
Brown, Clark, biog. note, 3. 45 n. 
Brown, Rev. Cotton, ministry at 

Brookline, 19. 427. 
Brown, Ensign (?) Ebenezer, in Va. 

campaign (1781), 6. 133, 147, 148. 
Brown, Elizabeth [Mrs. Langdon], 18. 

193. 
Brown, Enoch, purchases confiscated 

Boston estate, 10. 178; character- 
ized, 12. 142. 
Brown, Ephraim, in Am. army 

(1775), 12. 106. 
Brown, George W., MS. on John 

Brown, 1. 379. 
Brown, Capt. Henry, in campaign of 

1760, 5. 356. 
Brown, Henry, port, of Edw. Coles, 

4. 110. 
Brown, Horatio F., at Congress of 

Hist. Sciences (1903), 17. 246. 
Brown, J. H., of England (1785), 17. 

328. 
Brown, James, of Brookfield, married 

(1762), 7. 396. 
Brown, James, suit at Newburyport 

(1787), 16. 323-324. 
Brown, James, as minister to France, 

19. 458. 
Brown, Jane (Adriance), 6. 50. 
Brown, Jesse, on character of John 

Brown, 1. 218. 
Brown, John, exile in Amsterdam 

(1610), 6. 50. 
Brown, John, of Plymouth Colony, 

Atherton Co., 2. 151, 152 ; and R. L 

(1649), 3. 257. 



62 



BROWN-BRUCE 



Brown, John, ruling elder at Salem 

(1660), 16. 507; and Quakers, 510. 
Brown, John, of Middlesex, justice of 

peace (1686), 13. 229. 
Brown, Capt. John, ( ?) of Charlestown 

or Woburn (1692), 7. 163. 
Brown, Major John, in assault on 

Quebec (1775), 2. 293. 
Brown, John, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Brown, John, member of Boston Fire 

Club (1768), 10. 38; characterized, 

12. 140. 
Brown, Rev. John [H. C. 1741], at 

ordination of Henry Ware, 16. 336. 
Brown, John, of Providence, house 

(1789), 16. 456. 
Brown, John, of Osawatomie, char- 
acter, 1. 182-183, 216, 3. 319; 

Pottawatomie Massacre, 1. 182-183. 

217-219, 14. 4-7; and Robinson, 

I. 183; Harper's Ferry, 183, 219, 
14. 8-9; MSS. on, 1. 379, 3. 319; 
Sanborn's biog., 2. 122; defence by 
H. I. Bowditch, 3. 319; relics of, 
319, 15. 45; A. A. Lawrence and 
trial of, 12. 133; and destruction 
of slavery, 14. 2-13; doctrine of 
resistance, 4-5; opinion of raid in 
North, 9; effect upon South, 10-13. 

Brown, John Carter. See John Carter 

Brown Library. 
Brown, John Mason, gift to M.H.S., 

4. 351. 
Brown, John Nicholas, elected a 

corresp. member M.H.S., 8. 504; 

accepts, 9. 1; death announced, 

14. 164 ; M. H. S. tribute to, 281-284. 
Brown, Jonathan, non-consumption 

agreement (1786), 8. 497. 
Brown, Capt. Joseph, and R. I. 

boundary dispute (1731), 19. 21, 26. 
Brown, Joseph, builds church in 

Providence, 3. 43 n. 
Brown, M. Lamont, gift to M.H.S. 

II. 333. 

Brown, Mary (Beacon), marriage, 7. 
396. 

Brown, Nicholas, improvements 
(1795), 3. 43; biog. note, 43 n. 

Brown, Peter A., candidacy (1808), 
20. 311. 

Brown, Rev. Richard, 18. 193. 

Brown, Robert, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 397. 

Brown, Sally, port., 16. 146. 

Brown, Lieut. Samuel, of Acton, cap- 
tured at Quebec, 2. 295. 

Brown, Samuel, of Boston, Oregon 
fur-trade venture, 7. 417, 418, 421. 



Brown, Samuel, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151; char- 
acterized, 153. 

Brown, Capt. Silas, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 393. 

Brown, Susanna (Masie) ,exile in Am- 
sterdam (1610), 6. 50, bQ. 

Brown, Thankful, 19. 58. 

Brown, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam 
(1611), 6. 50. 

Brown, Thomas, in Boston society 
(c. 1770), 10. 33. 

Brown, William, of Charlestown, 
death of child (1678), 7. 169. 

Brown, William [1], of Salem, to 
pick jury panel (1686), 13. 266. 

Brown, William [2], commission of 
over and terminer (1703), 1. 220; 
and Andros (1689), 9. 478; justice 
of peace (1686), 13. 229; on trade 
com. (1686), 248; to pick jury 
panel, 272. 

Brown, William, recruit (1760), 6. 
429. 

Brown, William Burnet, and assault 
on Otis, 10. 72. 

Brown University, Commencement 
(1795), 3. 42; in 1789, 16. 456. 

Browne. See also Brown. 

Browne, General, at Newport (1778), 
2. 239. 

Browne, Benjamin, subscribes to 
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Browne, Edmund, minister at Sud- 
bury, 2. 47. 

Browne, Edward I., gift to M.H.S.. 
10. 125. 

Browne, Joseph [H. C. 1666], letter to 
Winthrop (1672) on astronomical 
instruments, 4. 265; bequest to 
Harvard, 267; mentioned, 7. 168; 
death, 170. 

Browne, Robert, and Congregation- 
alism, 6. 41. 

Browne, Samuel, of Conn. (1666), 5. 
292. 

Browne, Rev. Thomas, letter to Win- 
throp (1658) on attainments, 8. 
284, 287. 

Browne, Judge William, at Boston 
(1774), 10. 88. 

Browne house, Watertown, 14. 291. 

Brownell, Mrs. Mary M., gift to 
M.H.S., 6. 417. 

Browning. See also Brewin, Bruning, 
Brunning. 

Browning, Robert, no hist, basis for 
*' Ghent to Aix" ballad, 16. 467. 

Bruce, Capt. James, short passage to 
Boston, 10. 52; brings tea, 81, 82. 



BRTJELS-BUFFAM 



63 



Bruels, Peter, prize case (1748), 5. 

90. 
Bruning. See also Brewin, Browning, 

Brunning. 
Bruning, Joseph, milit. watch (1689), 

14. 31. 
Brunning (Browning), Joseph, Boston 

bookseller (1683-91), 9. 451, 460- 

463, 465, 468, 487, 491, 12. 388, 

390, 17. 18, 34. 
Brunnow, Ernest Philippe, baron de, 

and Adams (1862), 18. 153. 
Brunswick, Me., in 1776, 2. 304. 
Brunswick, N. J., inn (1804), 2. 33. 
Brunswick County, N. C, name as 

royal memorial, 4. 251. 
Brunswick County, Va., name as 

royal memorial, 4. 250. 
Brush, Crean, plunders Rowe, 10. 

95; captured, 98, 99, 101. 
Bruyn, Andrew D., and Graves-Cilley 

duel, 12. 292. 
Bryan, George S., Porter Memorial, 

1.31. 
Bryan, John R., on port, of John 

Randolph, 1. 30. 
Bryan, Samuel, and Pa. politics, 20. 

298. 
Bryan, Tristram, captive (1692), 17. 

26. 
Bryan, William J., hist, importance 

of campaign of 1896, 11. 115-118, 

226 ; of 1900, 14. 260-263. 
Bryant. See also B riant. 
Bryant, , guest of Old Colony 

Club, 3. 406. 
Bryant, Hubbard W., gift to M.H.S., 

3. 283. 
Bryant, John, Commencement part 

(1830), 5. 202 n. 
Bryant, Rev. Lemuel, as pastor at 

Quincy, 6. 491. 
Bryant, Seth, loyalist refugee, 2. 234. 
Bryant, William Cullen, B K poem 

(1821), 9. 118; hymns, 17. 138, 

19. 432, 437. 

Bryant's Tavern, Sudbury, 10. 47. 

Bryce, James, addresses M.H.S. 
(1884), 1. 171; on Eng. parish and 
N. Eng. town, 7. 243 ; transferred 
to honorary membership M.H.S., 
11. 103; at Congress of Hist. Sci- 
ences (1903), 17. 245; attends 
M.H.S. meeting (1904), 18.417. 

Brymner, Douglas, and spurious 
Montcalm letters, 3. 204. 

Buchan, David Steuart Erskine, 
11th earl of, letters to, announcing 
election to M.H.S., 7. 127; port., 

20. 395. 



Buchanan, Franklin, in Perry's Japan 
expedition, 2. 260. 

Buchanan, James, hanged (1778), 12. 
97. 

Buchanan, Pres. James, hist, unim- 
portance of election, 11. 113-114; 
Choate's support, 146-148. 

Buchanan, John, letter on Declara- 
tory Act (1766), 11. 446-448. 

Buchanan, Lieut. Robert, 19. 531. 

Bucher, Jonathan, killed, 14. 22. 

Buck, , of Philadelphia (1812), 

19.374. 

Buck, Aholiab, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Buck, Asahel, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Buckingham, Edwin, subscription to 
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342.^ 

Buckingham, Joseph T., subscription 
to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342; 
and memoir of Story, 15. 207; and 
tariff (1832), 19. 522. 

Buckland, , London bookseller, 

anecdote, 19. 377, 

Buckle, , at trial of Anne Hutch- 
inson, 4. 171, 172. 

Buckle, Henry T., on suicide, 16. 
531. 

Buckles, Samuel E., Ga. justice of 
peace, 20. 516. 

Buckly. See also Bulkeley, Bulkley. 

Buckly, Joseph, sea-captain (1690), 
7. 156. 

Buckminster, Joseph Stevens, as 
preacher, 2. 110, 3. 166; memoir, 
7. 122; junior member M.H.S., 9. 
94; B K oration (1809), 112; 
biog. note, 112 n. 

Buckminster, Mary L., character, 3. 
163; Mrs. Lothrop, 165. 

Buckminster, Capt. Thomas, of 
Brookfield (1762), 7. 385. 

Buckram, Elizabeth (Neal), Pilgrim 
at Leyden, 17. 177. 

Buckrapi, Mrs. Judith, Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 181. 

Buckram, William, Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 177. 

Bucks of America, flag and badge, 10. 
470. 

Budd, Thomas, Good Order estab- 
lished, 12. 389; work defending, 
393. 

Buell, Rev. Samuel, port., 8. 196; 
AUTOG., 9. 529. 

Buffalo bug, as book worm, 8. 107. 

Buffam, Robert, of N. Eng., 1. 138. 

Buffam, Thomasin (Warde), of N. 
Eng., 1. 138. 



64 



BUFFINGTON-BULLOCK 



Buffington, Lieut Samuel, in Rev. 
army, 2. 443; marches to Cherry 
Valley, 445; at Fort Herkimer, 
456. 

Buffington's Island, Ohio River 
(1836), 7. 276. 

Buffon, George L. Leclerc, comte de, 
J. Q. Adams on writings, 16. 345, 
346, 348 ; influence on Cuvier, 345 n. 

Bugbee, James McKellar, on com. to 
pub. Sewall Letter-Book, 1. 180, ^. 
343; publications (1886-91), 3. 279, 
6. 404; presents port, of Phillis 
Wheatley, 3. 283; on Nominating 
Com. (1890), 5. 347; report, 456; on 
alleged journal of Ebenezer Wild, 
6. 39; communicates journal of 
Ebenezer Wild, 78-160; commun- 
icates letters of French officers, 
160-164; reprinted M.H.S. paper, 
223; Memoir of S. C. Cobb, 7. 
318-330; on Library Com. (1892), 
335; report, 370; Memoir of 
H. L. Pierce, 11. 386-410; on 
Auditing Com. (1898, '99), 12. 155, 
13. 1; reports, 12. 187, 13. 77; 
Memoir of S. F. McCleary, 15. 
255-263. 

Bugeaud, Marshal Thomas R., on 
Brit, infantry, 13. 421. 

Bugge, Sophus, on Ringerike runic 
inscription, 16. 272-273. 

Buisseaux, Sieur de, French ambas- 
sador, and Argall's raid, 1. 188, 
191-192. 

Bulfinch, Charles, gift to M.H.S., 
3. 294; in mercantile house, 7. 
417; anecdote on son's career, 
455; Barren house, 10. 549-552; 
and Beacon Hill Monument, 11. 
18; Bowdoin's letter introducing, 
to Franklin (1785), 12. 143. 

Bulfinch, Stephen G., choice of pro- 
fession, 7. 455. 

Bulfinch, Dr. Thomas, keeps a carriage 
(1768), 1. 225; in Boston society, 
10. 33, 36; and inoculation (1764), 
13. 391. 

Bulkeley, Gershom, will of niece 
(1720), 1. 138; petition (1694), 6. 
295; People's Right to Election, 12. 
278. 

Bulkley. See also Buckly, Bulkeley. 

Bulkley, Edward, of Eng. (1720), 
1. 138. 

Bulkley, Rev. Edward, will of niece 
(1720), 1. 138; at Marshfield, 2. 48; 
Thankful Remembrance, extant 
copies, 10. 347 ; preaches for Mather 
(1676), 13. 369. 



Bulkley, Elizabeth, of Eng. (1720), 

1. 138. 

Bulkley, Col. John, musters troops 
(1760), 4. 387; commissary of 
musters, 6. 428. 

Bulkley, Rev. Peter [1], at Concord, 

2. 47. 

Bulkley, Dr. Peter [2], will of niece 
(1720), 1. 138. 

Bulkley, Major Peter, death (1688), 
7. 146; letter to father on Mason's 
claim, 13. 128, 14. 213-215; mem- 
ber of Dudley's Council, 13. 228; 
attends, 226-274, 284; and cap- 
taincy of Castle, 230; Provost- 
Marshal, 245; to hold court, 271; 
salary, 283; and Charlestown 
affairs, 284; career, 14. 212. 

Bulkley, Richard, toll-master (1686), 
13. 235. 

Bulkley, Sarah, of Eng. (1720), 1. 138. 

Bulkley, Thomas, of E. Indies (1720), 
1. 138. 

Bull, Henry, Apostle Eliot on, 18. 
346. 

Bull, Capt. Jonathan, Relation con- 
cerning Mohawks, 9. 480, 10. 356. 

Bull, Jonathan, clerk of Conn, court 
(1783), 2. 147. 

Bull, Thomas, bust of Webster, 3. 221. 

Bull-baiting, forbidden by Book of 
Sports, 19. 91. 

Bull-fight at Madrid (1868), 16. 471. 

Bull Run, photog. of Stone Bridge, 5. 
451 ; effect in North of first battle, 
13. 430. 

Bullard, Rev. Asa, at jubilee of Dr. 
Snell, 19. 428. 

Bullard, Charles A., Commencement 
part (1819) and biog. note, 5. 185, 
185 n. 

Bullard, Seth, article on Walpole, 18. 
328. 

Bullard, Silas, subscription to Boston 
dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Bullard, William S., business, 19. 231. 

Bullard's Tavern, Natick, 10. 47. 

Bullin, Ensign John, death (1703), 
1. 156. 

Bullivant, Benjamin, Atty.-Gen. of 
Mass., 10. 289; and Rawson's 
records (1686), 12. 242, 13. 281 ; to 
establish Boston market (1686), 
271 ; salary as clerk of Council, 283. 

Bullo, Carlo, stand in Cabot contro- 
versies, 11. 158. 

Bulloch, James D., and irregular 
emissaries, 13. 192. 

Bullock, Alexander Hamilton, Me- 
moir by Chas. Devens, 3. 322-339; 



BULLOCK-BURGOYNE 



65 



PORT., 322; birth, 322; father, 
322; education, 322; and Am- 
herst, 322; teacher, 323; in law 
school, 323; politics, 324, 328; as 
orator, 324, 337; a^ lawyer, 324; 
origin of title colonel, 325; edits 
National yEgis, 325; in General 
Court, 325; judge, 325; and 
Worcester, 325, 338; and Emi- 
grant Aid Soc, 327; and Lincoln, 
328, 333-334; and Civil War, 329- 
334; Speaker, 331; Governor, 
334; and Reconstruction, 335; 
refuses further office, 335-337; 
marriage and children, 338; home 
life, 338; death, 338; hist, in- 
fluence of refusal of Eng. mission, 
15. 238. 

Bullock, Augustus G., 3. 338. 

Bullock, Elvira (Hazard), 3. 338. 

Bullock, Jonathan Russell, copy of 
trial of Church owned by, 1. 14. 

Bullock, Nathan, farm near Wyo- 
ming, 2. 473. 

Bullock, Rufus, career, 3. 322. 

Bullock, Sarah (Davis), 3. 322. 

Bui ward, Robert, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6, 50. 

Bumstead, Jeremiah, books owned 
by, 17. 34, 36. 

Bumstead, Thomas, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 180. 

Bunch, Alderman James, estate sold 
(1649), 13, 31. 

Bunch of Grapes, Boston tavern, 10. 
38. 

Bunch of Grapes and Lion, sign in 
Providence, 4. 245. 

Bunday, , of Walpole, N. H. 

(1776), 6. 88. 

Bundling, 6. 504-509; instance, 13. 
365. 

Bundy. See Bunday. 

Bungawarrawit, Indian at St. Croix 
River (1764), 3. 90, 92. 

Bunker, George, and name Bunker 
Hill, 12. 423, 17. 1. 

Bunker, John, in campaign of 1760, 
4. 393, 5. 356. 

Bunker Hill, Thacher's official ac- 
count of battle, 1. 359; views, 2. 
395, 3. 282, 5. 452, 10. 570; losses, 
7. 357, 406; value of depositions of 
survivors (1825), 10. 480-481; 
contemp. accounts of battle, 12. 
83, 17. 292, 298, 303; origin of 
name, 12. 423, 17. 1-2. See also 
Bunker's Hill. 

Bunker's Hill, in Devonshire, Eng., 
12. 423, 18. 81-83; in Derby- 



shire, 17. 1-3; in Lancashire, 20. 
474-477, 

Bunton, Andrew, 4. 385. 

Bunton, Henry S., gift to M.H.S,, 4. 
384, 385. 

Bunton, Lavinia (Holden), 4. 385. 

Bunton, Sylvanus, 4. 385. 

Buonarotti, M. A. See Michelangelo. 

Burbank, Capt. Silas, in Am. army 
(1780), 7, 454. 

Burbeck, William, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 172. 

Burch. See also Birch. 

Burch, Gerard, Ga. clerk of court, 20. 
516. 

Burch, AVilliam, identity with Judge 
Burch of Bermuda, 6. 254, 256. 

Burchwood, He — , at Louisburg 
(1745), 11. 446. 

Burdett, , vestryman in Va. 

(1635), 3. 5. 

Burdett, Sir Francis, visit to (1830), 
19, 464. 

Burdett, Frederick, of London, birth, 
10. 257. 

Burdett, Robert, of London, birth, 
10. 257. 

Burdett-Coutts, William L. A. B., 
exposure of hospital conditions 
(1900), 14. 313. 

Burgat, , innkeeper at Sheffield 

(1760), 4. 389. 

Burge, John, in Am. army (1775), 12. 
107. 

Burgess. See also Burgis. 

Burgess, , at Boston dinner 

(1776), 10. 103. 

Burgess, Elizeus, declines governor- 
ship, 4. 192. 

Burgess, George, W. S. Bartlet's 
article on, 2. 433. 

Burget, C. J., letter to R. C. Win- 
throp (1885) on Washington Mon- 
ument subscription box, 2. 140. 

Burget, Charles, in Arnold's expedi- 
tion, 2. 284. 

Burgie, Mrs., of Eng. (1669), 1. 137. 

Burgis, James, miHt. watch (1689), 

1. 162. 

Burgoyne, John, arrives at Quebec, 

2. 274, 300; anniversary of sur- 
render celebrated, 3. 12, 132; Am. 
journals of campaign (1777), 103- 
109, 6. 91-100; Ticonderoga, 3. 
103; Am. retreat, 103-104; St. 
Leger's campaign, 103, 104; Ben- 
nington, 104, 10. 503-506; Am. 
movements (Aug.-Sept.), 3. 104- 
105,6.92-94; battles of Freeman's 
Farm, 3. 105-107, 6. 94-98: re- 



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treat and surrender, 3. 107-109, 6. 
98-99; view of encampment, 9. 
28; arrives at Boston (1775), 10. 
93. 

Burgoyne's campaign. See Bur- 
goyne (John). 

Burk, Major (?) John, in campaign 
of 1760, 4. 396, 403. 

Burke, Edmund, Abingdon's pam- 
phlet on (1777), 17. 313 n. 

Burke, Sir John Bernard, death 
announced, 8. 78. 

Burke, Thomas, and John SuUivan, 
1.53. 

Burks, John, at Fort Dummer (1724), 
6. 365. 

Burley, William, Boston estate, 16. 
117n. 

Burling, , in Haiti (1793), 2. 306; 

quarrel over revolutionary cock- 
ade, 315 n.; wounded in attack on 
blacks, 319, 319 n. ; attack on Cape 
Frangais, 337; escape, 341-343; 
return for clothes, 343-347; flight 
from harbor, 351; captured by 
British, 353; escape from rebel 
blacks, 354. 

Burlingame, Anson, and Know-Noth- 
ings, 11. 392; in Mass. Conven. 
(1853), 18. 35. 

Burlington, N. J., troops at (1777), 
6. 102, 103. 

Burlington and Missouri Railroad, 
Nebraska extension, 17. 121. 

Burnapi Elizabeth W., gift to M.H.S., 
14. 195-196; thanks to, 198. 

Burnap, Jacob, Harvard D.D. (1814), 
5. 179. 

Burnet, Abraham, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366. 

Burnet, Gilbert, ignores last royal 
veto, 5. 158; Sermon before House 
of Commons, 9. 481. 

Burnet, Gov. WilUam, mourning ring 
worn at funeral of, 6. 66; Isaac 
Watts on, 9. 344. 

Burnett, G. B., hires a slave, 20. 520. 

Burnett, Joseph, port, of Webster 
owned by, 2. 262. 

Burnett, M. A., hires a slave, 20. 520. 

Burney, Frances, J. Q. Adams on 
Cecilia, 16. 364. 

Burney, Sarah H., in Italy, 19. 456. 

Burnham, Corporal, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 64. 

Burnham, Gordon W., port, of Web- 
ster owned by, 2. 263. 

Burnham, Capt. John, in Va. cam- 
paign (1781), 6. 131, 134, 144. 

Burning Bush not Consumed, 18. 264. 



Burns, , near King's Ferry 

(1781), 6. 160. 
Burns, Anthony, rendition, 6. 264. 
Burns, George J., on name Nonan- 

coicus, 8. 211. 
Burns, Robert, autog. letter, 2. 

155-156. 
Burns, W. F., photogs. by, 4, 109, 

110. 
Burnside, Samuel McG., lawyer, 2. 

94. 
Burr, Rev. Aaron, at Princeton Com- 
mencement (1754), 7. 340. 
Burr, Vice-Pres. Aaron, and Talley- 
rand, 16. 470; Duane on (1802), 

20.275-276; conspiracy, 286, 291- 

292, 296, 297, 301; trial, 299-300; 

arrest at Henry's charge, 305. 
Burr, Gershom, guest of Old Colony 

Club, 3. 408. 
Burr, Rev. Jonathan, biog. note, 16. 

304: 
Burr, Samuel, at Fort Dummer (1724), 

6. 366. 
Burr, Thaddeus, house at Fairfield, 

6. 396. 
Burrage, Henry S., edits Waymouth's 

Relation, 6. 216; on Cabot, 12. 9. 
Burrage, John, death (1678), 7. 169. 
Burrell, Lieutenant, at Crown Point 

(1760), 5. 381, 382. 
Burritt, Elihu, and alleged Sharpless 

ports., 3. 183, 184. 
Burrough, William, will (1717), 8. 

217. 
Burroughs, , death in Am. army 

(1775), 7. 407. 
Burroughs, Charles, witchcraft peti- 
tion, 1. 110. 
Burroughs, Charles, Master's part 

(1809), 5. 174; biog. note, 174 n. 
Burroughs, Rev. George, preaches for 

Mather (1675), 13. 342, 356. 
Burrows, Charles W., gift to M.H.S., 

20. 229. 
Burrows, John, journal of Sullivan's 

expedition, 2. 440. 
Burrows, Robert, deed (1665), 5. 292. 
Burrows, William, works on Boston 

defences (1814), 14. 152. 
Burt, John, subscribes to Merchants' 

Notes (1733), 17. 208. 
Burt, Robert, captured in Quebec 

expedition, released, 2. 274. 
Burton. See also Berton. 
Burton, , in Egypt (1832), 19. 

494. 
Burton, Henry, ears cropped, 3. 189; 

conviction and indemnity, 10. 303, 

306; imprisoned, 14. 373. 



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Burton, John Hill, ignores last royal 

veto, 5. 158. 
Burton, Warren, Commencement part 

(1821), 5. 188; biog. note, 188 n. 
Burton, William, absentee loyalist, 

10. 163. 
Bury, William C. Keppel, viscount, 

accepts spurious Montcalm letters, 

3. 202. 
Bush, Henry, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Bushby, John, executed (1778), 6. 

119. 
Busher, Leonard, exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 50. 
Bushnell, Horace, B K oration 

(1848), 9. 143; biog. note, 143 n. 
Bushnell, Richard, order to (1704), 5. 

301. 
Bushtown, Md., inn (1804), 2. 33; in 

1781, 6. 135. 
Bussey, Benjamin, subscription for 

M.H.S. building, 3. 291. 
Bussey, Charles, in Dartmoor Prison, 

10. 117. 
Bussey, Capt. (?) Isaiah, at West 

Point, 2. 477. 
Buswil, Ensign, on com. on war 

expenses (1676), 12. 402. 
Butler, , of Brookfield (1762), 7. 

397. 
Butler, , tavern-keeper at New 

Haven (1804), 2. 7, 32. 
Butler, Captain, at Bahamas (1648), 

13. 13. 
Butler, Doctor, medical receipt, 13. 

339. 
Butler, Andrew P., and Sumner, 20. 

543. 
Butler, Atty-Gen. Benjamin F., 

Archer's opinion of, 7. 292. 
Butler, Benjamin F., of Mass., port., 

2. 394; congressional campaigns 

(1868), 6. 266; (1876), 20. 171; 

and Saltonstall, 11. 351; in Mass. 

Conven. (1853), 18. 34, 37, 40; 

and Henry Lee, 19. 239, 243 ; and 

Va. campaign (1864), 342-356; 

part in Grant's plan, 342-344, 348; 

responsible for failure of campaign, 

344-348, 351; and Smith and Gill- 
more, 347, 350, 352-356; failure to 

take Petersburg, 349-351 ; visit to 

Grant prevents removal, 352-355; 

subsequent removal, 355 ; and Pres. 

Johnson, 20. 428; suggests trial 

of Gen. Lee, 428; and Harvard 

LL.D., 491. 
Butler, Lady Eleanor, appearance, 

19. 466. 



Butler, Joane, punished for defama- 
tion (1634), 3. 4. 

Butler, Col. John, Wyoming articles 
of capitulation (1778), 3. 342, 343. 

Butler, Joseph, Pitt on Analogy, 10. 
485. 

Butler, Mary, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 
177. 

Butler, Noble, Harvard A.M., 5. 248. 

Butler, Samuel, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 177. 

Butler, Samuel, poet, reference to 
Hugh Peter, 8. 122. 

Butler, Sarah (Porter), Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 177. 

Butler, Lieut. Simeon, deposition on 
Phips's expedition, 15. 302. 

Butler, Thomas, of Philadelphia 
(1804), 2. 13. 

Butler, Col. Walter N., attack on 
Cherry Valley, 2. 449-450; move- 
ments (1779), 456; battle of New- 
town, 465. 

Butler, William, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 177. 

Butler, Major William, Brit, officer, 
in Boston society, 10. 76. 

Butler, Lieut.-Col. William, Am. 
officer, relief of Cherry Valley, 2. 
450; in Sullivan's expedition, dams 
Lake Otsego, 459 ; burns Onaquaga, 
462; detachment to Cayuga Lake, 
472 ; in Saratoga campaign, 3. 105. 

Butler, Zebulon, and Wyoming Mas- 
sacre, 3. 340.^ 

Butman, Francis C, business, 7. 323. 

Butten, John, petition against As- 
pinwall (1651), 12. 214. 

Butter, , Brit, consul at Tetuan 

(1831), 19. 481. 

Butterfield, Mrs. Anna, at Chelmsford 
(1656), 12. 325. 

Butterfield, Benjamin [1], removes to 
Chelmsford (1655), 12. 324; chil- 
dren, 330. 

Butterfield, Benjamin [2], birth, 12. 
330. 

Butterfield, Mrs. Benjamin (White- 
more), children by former husband, 
12. 336. 

Butterfield, Eleazer, in Am. army 
(1775), 12. 106. 

Butterfield, Hester, Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 177. 

Butterfield, Jonas,, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 388, 390, 393. 

Butterfield, Jonathan, birth (c. 1641), 
12. 330. 

Butterfield, Capt. Jonathan, in cam- 
paign of 1760, 5. 388. 



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Butterfield, Joseph, birth, 12. 330. 

Butterfield, Leonard, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 393. 

Butterfield, Mary, of Chelmsford 
(1670), 12. 337. 

Butterfield, Nathaniel, birth, 12. 330. 

Butterfield, Rose (Singer), Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 177. 

Butterfield, Samuel, birth, 12. 330. 

Butterfield, Stephen [1], Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 177. 

Butterfield, Stephen [2], Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 181. 

Butterick, , journey on Ohio 

River (1836), 7. 278-282. 

Butterick, William, removed to 
Chelmsford (1654), 12. 322. 

Buttolph, A., book owned by, 9. 468. 

Buttolph, Nicholas, Boston book- 
seller (1690-1700), 9. 482, 491, 495, 
524, 12. 380, 17. 50, 67. 

Buttre, John C, engraving of 
Manasseh Cutler, 4. 110; of E. N. 
Kirk, 9. 28. 

Butt's Hill, battle, 1. 50. 

Buywater, Elnathan, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 50. 

Buywater, Thomas, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 50. 

Buywater, Ursula (Harstaff or Hodg- 
kin), exile in Amsterdam (1615), 
6. 50, 54. 

Buzzard's Bay, described (1801), 4. 
127; Gosnold in, 16. 247-249. 

By-laws of M.H.S., com. on revising, 
4. 77 ; suggested amendments, 120- 
123; amendments adopted, 215- 
216; as amended, 222-235; on 
responsible editor, 409; bibliog- 
raphy, 6. 210-211; amendments 
on election of Council, 12. 156, 190, 
191; amendment on acceptance of 
membership, 18. 252. 

By am, George, removes to Chelms- 
ford (1655), 12. 323. 

Byard. See also Bayard. 

Byard, Major Robert, in Boston 
society, 10. 41. 

Byfield, Nathaniel, and Sewall, 1. 
323; and reception of Bellomont, 

2. 125; mentioned, 8. 219. 
Byfield, Sarah (Leverett), 4. 79; 

funeral (1730), 5. 332. 
Byfield, Mass., ordination of minister 

(1787), 16. 356n. 
Byles, Rev. Mather [1], thanksgiving 

sermon, 2. 261; '^N. Eng. Hymn," 

3. 434; letter from Belcher 
(1748), 9. 16 n.; sermon on Mrs. 
Belcher, 355; Watts's correspond- 



ent, 410; commendation of Bar- 
nard's Psalms (1751), 11. 73; and 
fire of 1787, 14. 65 n.; Pelham's 
mezzotint, 18. 238. 

Byles, Rev. Mather [2], power of 
atty. to Edw. Winslow, Jr. (1784), 
3. 81 ; at funeral of Edw. Winslow, 
Sr., 93; in Boston society, 10. 33; 
list of articles needed by (1780), 
471-472. 

Bynner, Caroline (Edgarton), 9. 173. 

Bynner, Edwin, 9. 173. 

Bynner, Edwin Lassetter, elected a 
member M.H.S., 5. 340; publica- 
tions (1890-93), 6. 404, 8. 185; 
M.H.S. tribute to, 275-276; Me- 
moir by Barrett Wendell, 9. 173- 
179; PORT, and autog., 173; 
birth, parentage, and education, 
173; lawyer, 173, 174; in M.H.S., 
173; writings, 174-178; character, 
178. 

Byron, George, Lord, deformity, 16. 
470. 

Byron, Adm. John, on Am., coast 
(1778), 3. 120. 



Cabame, Christopher, of Billesby, 

Eng. (1623), 8. 513. 
Cabell, Joseph C, and Univ. of Va. 

(1819), 14. 395. 
Cabinet of M.H.S., annual reports 

of Keeper and lists of accessions 

(1884), 1. 173; (1885), 2. 71; 

(1886), 394; (1887), 3. 282; (1888), 

4. 108; (1889), 350; (1890), 5. 

450; (1891), 6. 416; (1892), 7. 

372; (1893), 8. 196; (1894), 9. 

26; (1895), 10. 124; (1896), 569; 

(1897), 11. 333; (1898), 12. 188; 

(1899), 13. 79; (1900), 14. 143; 

(1901), 15. 44; (1902), 16. 145; 

(1903), 17. 229; (1904), 18. 287; 

(1905), 19. 223; (1906), 20. 228; 

notable accessions (1884), 1. 2, 3, 

30-33, 42, 76, 131, 181, 255, 298, 

335; (1885), 2. 66, 88, 101, 155, 165; 

(1886), 168, 216, 217, 258, 261, 

3. 8, 178; (1887), 276; (1888), 

4. 66; (1889), 5. 156; (1890), 6. 
66; (1891), 285, 7. 20; (1892), 
315-316, 8. 21; (1893), 80, 282; 
(1894), 9. 96; (1895), 267, 269, 
10. 292-293; (1896), 11. 103, 156, 
198-200; (1897), 257, 277; (1898), 
12. 339; (1899), 456; (1900), 14. 
1-2, 195-197, 255; (1901), 425, 



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15. 25; (1902), 365, 16. 265, 291, 
477; (1903), 17. 438; (1904), 18. 
238, 420; (1905), 19. 83, 273, 274, 
295, 304, 394; (1906), 20. 20, 395, 
409, 438, 490; (1907), 534; prog- 
ress of cat., 1. 173, 2. 72; fund for 
pub. cat., 4; cost of cat., 76, 401; 
cat. published, 87; miniatures of 
Webster, 264; corns, on (1887), 3. 
318; (1889), 4. 367; amendments 
to by-laws on, 122, 123; by-laws 
on, as amended, 228, 232; royal 
arms in possession of, 259-260; 
Council's criticism of condition 
(1889), 344, 347; reports of corns, 
on (1889), 359-366, 382-383; 
(1890), 5. 452; (1891), 6. 417-419; 
(1892), 7. 370-371; (1893), 8. 
200; (1894), 9. 38; (1895), 10. 
136; (1896), 571-572; (1900), 
14. 145; (1901), 15. 46-50; (1902), 
16.147; (1903), 17.232; (1904), 
18. 288; (1905), 19.225; (1906), 
20. 231; proposed improvements 
(1889), 4. 359-366, 382-383; im- 
provements authorized and made, 
383, 5. 285-286, 439; cat. of 
medals, 450; picture gallery, 452; 
cat. of ports., 452; cat. of paint- 
ings, 6. 219, 220; disposition of 
nat. hist, articles, 8. 337-339; F. 
E. Oliver as Keeper, 482; need 
of accessibility, 9. 27; storage, 
11. 316, 334; opening of, to pubhc, 

14. 148, 255, 15. 44, 16. 146, 17. 
230; indiscriminateness criticised, 

15. 47-49; S. F. McCleary as 
Keeper, 73, 76; pedestals for busts, 

17. 230; labels, 230; need of more 
room, 232 ; H. F. Jenks as Keeper, 

18. 271; Appleton Collection of 
Coins and Medals, 19. 300, 20. 229, 
230, 420, 550. 

Cabinet- Keeper. See Jenks (H. F.), 

McCleary (S. F.), Norcross (G. H.), 

Oliver (F. E.). 
Cable. See Keble. 
Cabot, Andrew, N. C. lands, 8. 181. 
Cabot, Mrs. Edward C, gift to 

M.H.S., 10. 407, 408. 
Cabot, EUza L. [Mrs. FoUen], 19. 

466. 
Cabot, Elizabeth [Mrs. Lee], 19. 229. 
Cabot, Elizabeth [Mrs. Kirkland], 

19. 440. See also Kirkland. 
Cabot, EUzabeth (Dwight) , 20. 530. 
Cabot, Elizabeth P. [Mrs. Lee], 19. 

235. 
Cabot, George [d. 1823], hears Priest- 
ley preach, 3. 40. 



Cabot, George, Commencement part 
(1835), 5. 215; biog. note, 215 n. 

Cabot, Henry, autog., 1. 365. 

Cabot, Mrs. Henry (Blake), letter 
from father (1814), 6. 257. 

Cabot, James Elliot, and law, 2. 
214, 3. 249, 20. 529, 530; and 
Emerson, 4. 106, 17. 165-166, 20. 
531; memoir of Henry Lee as- 
signed to, 12. 359 ; M. H. S. tributes 
to, 17. 76, 163-167; in M.H.S., 
76; and philosophy, 164, 167, 20. 
529; naturalist, 17. 164-165, 20. 
526, 530; artist and architect, 
17. 165, 20. 530, 532; public trusts, 
17. 165, 20. 531; character, 17. 
167, 20. 532; Henry Lee's char- 
acterization, 19. 252; Memoir by 
T.W.Higginson, 20. 526-533; port. 
and AUTOG., 526; birth, 527; boy- 
hood, 527; in college, 528; study 
abroad, 528-530 ; and Mass. Quart. 
Review, 530; marriage, 530; home 
life, 532; death, 533. 

Cabot, John, Chas. Deane's work on, 
3. 279; Cabot mappe-monde on 
voyage of, 6. 308-310, 333; and 
Gulf of St. Lawrence, 8. 69; con- 
troversies over, 11. 156-169; pos- 
sible voyages anticipating, 156- 
157; former confusion of voyages, 
157; birthplace, 158; date of 
voyage, 158; landfall, 159-160, 
12. 3-5; course along coast, 11. 
160; tardiness of claim based on 
discovery, 161-163; Lok's map 
on, 162 ; second voyage and chart, 
166, 12. 5-6; latitude reached, 

11. 167; authorities on, 168-169; 
quater-centenary at Halifax, 417, 

12. 2-9; memorial tablet, 6-8. 
Cabot, John, N. C. lands (1784), 8. 181. 
Cabot, Joseph, Commencement part 

(1788), 16. 439. 

Cabot, Sebastian, monument in Bos- 
ton proposed, 1. 364-365; map, 
401; Cabot mappe-monde on, 6. 
332, 333, 337, 338, 11. 165; and 
father's voyage of 1497, 163; and 
second voyage, 164, 167; birth- 
place, 164; character, 164, 12. 
4; capability, 11. 164; lost charts, 
165; question of later voyage to 
N. Am. 168; cartographical work, 
380; port., 15. 45; port, and de- 
scendant, 19. 477. See also Cabot 
mappe-monde. 

'Cabot mappe-monde, paper on, 6. 305- 
340; M.H.S. com. on, 305; photog. 
copies, 305 n. ; Chas. Deane's inves- 



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tigation, 305-306; his criticism, 
306-311; maker of map and le- 
gends, 307-309, 7. 301, 11. 166; on 
Cabot voyages, 6. 308-310; possi- 
ble new edition (1549), 310; posi- 
tion of references to legends, 311; 
Latin and Spanish texts of legends, 
311-329; Eng. translation, 329- 
340; and Cartier's voyages, 7. 
300; brochure containing legends, 
10. 118, 11. 166; unique copy, 
165; other editions, 166. 

Cabral, Pedro Alvarez de, and dis- 
covery of America, 8. 2§. 

Cabrillo, Juan Rodriguez, identity 
of places mentioned by, 3. 261. 

Cacamo, Duke of, courtesy to Ameri- 
cans (1829), 19. 451, 452. 

Cadwalader, Mrs., of Philadelphia 
(1804), 2. 11. 

Cadwalader, Thomas, departure for 
Europe, 19. 528, 529. 

Ccesar, Mass. frigate (1749), 5. 94. 

Cagnon, , assassinated at Cape 

Frangais, 2. 327-328. 

Cairn. See Carne. 

Calahan. See Callahan. 

Calamy, Rev. Edmund, 9. 343. 

Calamy, Mrs. Edmund, 3. 189. 

Calamy, James, Watts on, 9. 345. 

Calder, Sir Henry, in Boston (1776), 
10. 94. 

Caldwell. See also Coldwell. 

Caldwell, Major, house near Quebec 
(1775),2. 285, 287. 

Caldwell, Capt. Benjamin, in Boston 
society, 10. 32, 73, 76. 

Caldwell, Jonas. See Boston Mas- 
sacre. 

Caledonia (1699), 17. 67. 

Calef, Robert [d. 1719], on petitioners 
for witchcraft relief, 1. 88 n.; on 
witchcraft accusers, 93 ; on witch- 
craft pardons, 106; pamphlet an- 
swering attack of, on Mathers, 17. 
27-28. 

Calef, Robert, sea-captain (1766-74), 
10. 62, 17. 268. 

Calef, Robert, absentee loyalist, 10. 
163. 

Calef, Samuel, excursion (1772), 10. 
46; as fisherman, 48-51. 

Calendar. See Almanacs, Chronology. 

Calenguan, people of, Cabot mappe- 
monde on, 6. 338. 

Calf. See Calef. 

Calhoun, Hugh, letter introducing, 
20. 324. 

Calhoun, John C, on worth of diaries, 
1. 202; port., 8. 196; value of 



papers, 12. 345-351, 18. 459-461; 
photog. of residence, 14. 144; and 
genesis of Monroe Doctrine, 15. 380, 
381, 389; and J. Q. Adams on 
slavery (1820), 445; Adams on 
(1837), 464; change in constitu- 
tional views, 17. 112; Wm. Duane 
on (1820), 2C. 377; on indivisibility 
of sovereignty, 485-486. 

California, Drake's landfall, 3. 260- 
261, 2574; rate of interest on bonds 
(1849), 14. 426. 

Call, Benjamin, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 420. 

Callahan, , sea-captain (1774), 

10. 85, 88; arrested (1778), 105. 
See also below. 

Callahan, EUzabeth G. [Mrs. Perkins], 
3. 223. 

Callahan, John, sea-captain (1788), 
16. 375, 410, 418, 424, 428, 436. 
See also above. 

Calle Shasta, 17. 5. 

Callender, James T., attack on Jef- 
ferson, 20. 278. 

Callender, John, Hist. Discourse on 
R. I., 9. 364. 

Calomel, big doses, 7. 289. 

Calvert, George H., 4. 415. 

Calvin, Jean, and Melanchthon, 11. 
267; proposed monument in Gen- 
eva, 18. 396-397. 

Calvinism, Congregationalism and, 
6. 182. See also Puritanism. 

Cambell. See Campbell. 

Cambridge, Eng., route from London 
(1660), 1. 122; inns, 122. 

Cambridge, Mass., Maverick's ac- 
count (1660), 1. 237; in Shays's 
Rebellion, 302-303; in 1650, 2. 
47; Harvard Washington Corps, 

3. 8; M.H.S. meetings in, 53-55; 
population (1790), 4. 136; polls 
(1784), 149; development of town 
govt., 7. 192-194; first board of 
selectmen, 361; pre-Rev. festivi- 
ties, 10. 41-44; early printing in, 
11.240-253; credibility of Washing- 
ton Elm tradition, 14. 173-175, 17. 
128-129; old houses, 14. 291; Com- 
mon dispute, 15. 216. See also 
First Church, Harvard University, 
Newtown. 

Cambridge Agreement, place, 2. 121. 
Cambridge Farms, Mass., minister 

ordained (1698), 1. 153. 
Cambridge Platform (ed. of 1671), 

9. 429; (ed. of 1680), 12.275. 
Cambridge Public Library, hist, room, 

4. 375. 



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Cambridge Synod (1637),'" Higgin- 
son's report, 16. 487-489. 

Cambridge University. See Em- 
manuel College. 

Camden, battle of, Edmund Pendle- 
ton on, 19. 112, 113, 119. 

Cameron, Captain, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 409. 

Cameron, Simon, and Johnson, 20. 
428. 

Cammock, Thomas, patent, 1. 233. 

Campanius Holm. See Holm. 

Campbell, , and sale of Priest- 
ley's works, 3. 30-33. 

Campbell, , at Boston dinner 

(1776), 10. 103. 

Campbell, , of East India Co. 

(1830), 19. 459. 

Campbell, Captain, at Cape Frangais 
(1793), 2. 344-346. 

Campbell, Ensign, muster-master 
(1760), 4. 385, 388. 

Campbell, Major, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 407. 

Campbell, A. Hume-, prize cases 
(1748-55), 5. 90-101. 

Campbell, Arthur, letter to Madison 
(1787) on western affairs, 17. 454. 

Campbell, Colin, in Boston society, 
10. 32. 

Campbell, Cornelius, death, 14. 17. 

Campbell, Col. Donald, in assault on 
Quebec, 2. 293. 

Campbell, Douglas, on Spain and 
Am., 8. 34; on toleration in Hol- 
land, 410 n.-412 n. 

Campbell, Lieut. Dugald, accounts, 
3. 83. 

Campbell, Duncan, Boston book- 
seller (1693-97), 9. 512, 10. 542, 
17. 42. 

Campbell, Elizabeth (Murray) [Mrs. 
Smith, Mrs. Inman], 10. 40. 

Campbell, Com. Hugh F., Rogers on 
(1815), 4. 208. 

Campbell, Isaac, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Campbell, James C, as travelling 
companion (1836), 7. 276, 289. 

Campbell, Jenny [Mrs. McKeen], 2. 
449. 

Campbell, Rev. John, on minister's 
library at Oxford, Mass., 16. 37 n. 

Campbell, John, of Cherry Valley 
(1777), 2. 447; (1762), 7. 391. 

Campbell, Gen. John, letter from 
Duke of Richmond (1786) on N. S. 
military, 3. 73; commands inN. S., 
75; and Ed. Winslow, Jr., 83; at 
funeral of Ed. Winslow, Sr., 93. 



Campbell, John, letter to Madison 
(1787) on western affairs, 17. 454. 

Campbell, John, 1st baron, ignores last 
royal veto, 5. 160. 

Campbell, Lieut. (?) Moses, at siege 
of Boston, 9. 57. 

Campbell, Neil, death, 14. 18. 

Campbell, Robert, consul at Genoa, 
19. 457. 

Campbell, Col. Samuel, of Cherry Val- 
ley, 2. 447-449. 

Campbell, Thomas, on James Bram- 
ston, 4. 318. 

Campbell, Lord William, in Boston 
society, 10. 34. 

Campbell, Capt. (?) William, at siege 
of Boston, 9. 75. 

Campbell, Gen. William, death (1781) , 
19. 140. 

Campbell, William Wilfred, poem on 
Cabot, 12. 4. 

Campfield, Jabez, journal of Sulli- 
van's expedition, 2. 437. 

Canada, oyer and terminer in, 1. 
65; question of appointments for 
(1784), 3. 78-81; results in Eu- 
rope of Cartier's voyages, 7. 298- 
312; voyages not followed up, 
312; fishing voyages, 313; La 
Roche's attempts, 314-315; Fenian 
raids and Treaty of Washington, 
8. 18; Am. army in (1776), 10. 
497-499, 18. 430-431; papers on 
expedition against (1747), 12. 45- 
50; McLeod case (1842), 14. 411- 
412; and Indians, 17. 8; and 
peace negotiations (1782), 413, 
19. 161; maps (1756), 18. 399. 
See also New France, Northeast- 
ern boundary, St. Lawrence Gulf, 
Quebec, and wars by name. 

Canadine, Thomas, exile in Amster- 
dam (1607), 6. 50. 

Canajoharie, N. Y., in 1778, 2. 445,458. 

Canale, Michele G., on Agnese's at- 
. lases, 11. 374. 

Canals, Richmond (1804), 2. 19, 20; 
Santee, 29; Ohio River, 7. 287. 

Canandaigua, N. Y. (1814), 6. 259. 

Canby, William J., on origin of Am. 
flag, 1. 29. 

Candag, John, of Charlestown (1677), 
7. 169. 

Caner, Rev. Henry, in Boston so- 
ciety, 10. 33; plundered before 
evacuation, 96; absentee loyalist, 
163; confiscated estate, 170, 11. 
237, 311; letter of, made public, 
10. 417; Pelham's mezzotint, 18. 
238. 



72 



CANFIELD-CARLYLE 



Canfield, , tavern-keeper at Mid- 

dletown (1795), 3. 48. 

Canfield, Penelope S. (Lincoln), gift to 
M.H.S., 6. 421. 

Canning, George, J. Q. Adams on 
(1810), 10. 378, 380; Monroe on 
advances of (1823), 15. 375; 
Adams on purpose of proposals, 
377; reply to, 381, 383-392; 
change in attitude, 382; letters to 
Rush and Rush's letters on, 412- 
436. 

Canning, Sir Stratford, on Boston, 
19. 502. 

Canno, Juan Sebastian del, Cabot 
mappe-monde on, 6. 330, 331. 

Canonicus, Mass. mission to (1636), 
16. 484. 

Canterbury, Archbishop of, and 
colonial notaries public, 16. 44, 
45 n. , 

Canterbury, Brit, war-ship (1749), 5. 
92. 

Canton, Mass., map (1725), 2. 261; 
Suffolk Convention house, 4. 238; 
Doty's Tavern, 10. 47. 

Canton Historical Society, photogs. 
of members, 5. 451. 

Cap Haitien. See Cape Fran^ais. 

Cape Ann, on early map, 1. 212. 

Cape Fear Gazette displays royal arms, 
4. 249. 

Cape Fear Mercury displays royal 
arms, 4. 249. 

Cape Frangais, Haiti, conditions 
(1785), 2. 308; siege by blacks, 
320, 331 ; government and citizens, 
326; massacre by citizens, 327- 
328; revolt of artillery company, 
328-330; futile sortie, 332, 333 n.; 
anecdote of guard duty, 333 n. ; 
question of provisions, 334 ; earth- 
quake, 334 n. ; claim of Am. mer- 
chants, 335-338; massacre by 
blacks, 338-341, 343; escape of 
Americans, 341-343; their return 
for clothes, 343-347; destruction 
of fugitives, 347-348, 352; plunder- 
ing and burning, 348-349 ; plan to 
seek commissioner, 349; flight of 
ships from harbor, 350 ; conditions 
after massacre, 358-367; fate of 
captured whites, 370. 

Cape Porpoise Islands, Me., Mave- 
rick's account (1660), 1. 233. 

Capellen, Johan Derk van der, letter 
to Rich. Price (1777) on Dutch 
mercenaries, transl. of Price's war 
pamphlets, 17. 313; biog. note, 
313 n. 



Capen, Edward, Commencement 

spread (1842), 5. 236. 
Capen, Elmer H., at Frothingham's 

funeral, 1. 392; on L. R. Paige, 

15. 247, 253. 

Capen, Rev. Joseph, elegy on John 
Foster (1681), 8. 389-392; preface 
to Mather's Cases of Conscience, 
17. 40; witnesses Foster's will, 19. 
59. 

Capen, Lemuel, 5. 236. 

Capital, Federal, question (1788), 15. 
122; comment on location (1790), 
135. 

Capons, Edward, of Dorchester 
(1728), 6. 487. 

Capons, Samuel, of Dorchester (1728), 
6. 487. 

Capron, Samuel, at Am. camp (1775), 
9. 59. 

Cardiff Giant, exposure of fraud, 16. 
474-475. 

Carey, Sarah [Mrs. Jenny], 17. 174. 

Carillon, Fort. See Ticonderoga. 

Carl Hendrick Wrangel, prize case 
(1748), 5. 89-90. 

Carleton. See also Carlton. 

Carleton, Sir Guy. See Dorchester. 

Carleton, J. (1779), 3. 378. 

Carleton, Thomas, and land grants 
to loyalists, 3. 67; letters from 
Duke of Kent (1796-99) on N. 
Brun. military affairs, 70-73 ; from 
Dorchester (1787) on N. Brun. 
boundaries and post, 75; (1788) on 
N. Brun. bishopric, 76; and ap- 
pointment to Quebec (1784), 79, 
80; toN. Brun., 80. 

Carley, Sergeant James, death at 
Louisburg (1745), 11. 432. 

Carley, Peter, death at Louisburg 
(1745), 11. 443. 

Carlisle, Allen [Mrs. Kingsland], 17. 
178. 

Carlisle, Elizabeth [Mrs. Smith], 17. 
180. 

Carlisle, James, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 181. 

Carlisle, Capt. John, in Phips's Quebec 
expedition, 15. 307. 

Carlton. See also Charlton. 

Carlton, Edward, as creditor of Gov. 
Winthrop, 7. 132. 

Carlton, William T., bequest to 
M.H.S., 5. 332. 

Carlyle, Thomas, compared with 
Emerson, 2. 109; accepts spurious 
Montcalm letters, 3. 202; G. E. 
Ellis on, 10. 215, 236; overbearing, 

16. 470. 



CARMICHAEL-CARTER 



73 



Carmichael, William, at Spanish court, 

6. 18. 
Came, James, Boston physician 

(1686), 13. 269. 
Carnegie, Andrew, gift to Scotch 

universities, 15. 226. 
Carner, John, non-consumption agree- 
ment (1786), 8. 496. 
Carnes, Joseph, at Boston dinner 

(1776), 10. 103. 
Carnes, Mary [Mrs. Alline], 14. 76. 
Carney. See Came. 
Carnival at Rome (1830), 19. 453. 
Carnot, Marie F. S., assassination, 15. 

184, 185. 
Carolina, proprietary seal, 2. 66; cam- 
paign (1780-82), 19. 112, 113, 116- 
128, 132-135, 138-141, 144, 147- 
149, 155, 158, 159, 166. See also 
North Carolina, South Carolina. 
Caroline, Am. ship (1842), 9. 202. 
Caroline affair, R. H. Dana on, 6. 399. 
Caroll, Capt. John, in Phips's Quebec 
expedition, 15. 299. 

Carpenter, , of Conn., killed at 

siege of Boston, 7. 404. 
Carpenter, Agnes [Mrs. Fuller], 17. 

174. 
Carpenter, Alexander, exile in Am- 
sterdam (1600), 6. 50; Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 173. 
Carpenter, Alice [Mrs. Southworth], 

17. 176. 
Carpenter, Charles C, acknowledg- 
ment to, 6. 377. 
Carpenter, Sergeant Joshua, at siege 

of Boston 9. 76, 89. 
Carpenter, Juliana [Mrs. Morton], 17. 

175. 
Carpenter, Oliver, killed at siege of 

Boston, 9. 51. 
Carpenter, Priscilla, Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 173. 
Carpenter, Priscilla [Mrs. Walker], 13. 

303. 
Carpenter, Robert W., gift to M.H.S., 

2. 394. 
Carpenter Tavem, Foxborough, view, 

2. 394. 
Carr, Dabney, and intercolon. Corns. 

of Corresp., 4. 82. 
Carr, George, petition (1637), 3. 199. 
Carr, Lucien, elected a member 
M.H.S., 11. 417; x\dmission of 
Mo,, 13. 448-454; remarks, 14. 176. 
Carr, Maurice. See Kerr. 
Carr, Patrick. See Boston Massacre. 
Carr, Samuel, account with Jefferson 

(1817), 6. 174-175. 
Carrey. See also Gary. 



Carrey, , of Braintree, death of 

twins (1700), 14. 19. 
Carriages, list of Bostonians keeping 

(1768), 1. 225. 
Carrier, Thomas, witchcraft petition, 

1. 110. 

Carrington, Edward, letters to Jef- 
ferson (1787-88), 17. 457, 462, 480, 
496-501 [see Jefferson]; to Madison 
(1787), 468-471, 475 [see Madison]. 

Carrington, Henry Beebee, on size 
of Continental army, 2. 206, 221- 
224. 

Carrington, Paul, Federalist (1787), 
17. 479. 

Carroll. See also Caroll. 

Carroll, Charles, com. on instructing 
envoys, 1. 61; and vote on Inde- 
pendence, 276; use of ''of Carroll- 
ton," 276 n.; Signer, 282; in 
1804, 2. 16; Sully's port., 261, 3. 
282; and R. C. Winthrop, 4. 305; 
and ratification of Constitution, 17. 
484, 504 ; in Canada (1776), 18. 431. 

Carroll, Daniel, letter to Madison 
(1787) on Md. and Constitution, 17. 
484. 

Carroll, Bishop John, and Jon. Mason, 

2. 14. 

Carron, Emile, on privateering and 
Convention of Paris (1856), 1. 25. 

Carruth, Anna F. [Mrs. Hill], 11. 192. 

Carruth, Nathan, 15. 56. 

Carruth, Sarah A. (Pratt | Porter), 
15. 56. 

Carswell, Samuel, and commissary- 
generalship, 20. 351. 

Carter, Eliza Eppes (Cutts), 16. 
317 n., 421. 

Carter, Hannah [Mrs. Smith], 16. 
317 n. 

Carter, J., escape from Cape Francais, 
2. 341 n. 

Carter, James G., Commencement 
part (1820), 6. 187; biog. note, 
187 n. 

Carter, Capt. John, funeral (1692), 7. 
163; fast-day recalcitrant (1686), 
13. 262, 263. 

Carter, John, at Harvard Commence- 
ment (1828), 5. 199. 

Carter, Joshua, biog. note, 16. 317 n. 

Carter, Mary [Mrs. Cutts], 16. 317 n. 

Carter, Nathaniel [1], as genealo- 
gist, 16. 317; mentioned in J. Q. 
Adams's diary, 317, 326, 330, 362, 
365, 421, 425, 428, 445, 448, 452. 

Carter, Nathaniel [2], 16. 317 n., 321, 
421. 

Carter, Polly, 16. 421. 



74 



CARTER-CASTLEREAGH 



Carter, Robert, at Plymouth (1621), 
5. 35. 

Carter, Robert, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366. 

Carter, Robert, Pioneer Magazine, 
11. 80. 

Carter, Samuel, Jr., death (1678), 7. 
170. 

Carter, Lieut. Stephen, at Cherry- 
Valley, 2. 447, 452, 457; at Fort 
Sullivan, 464 ; on furlough, 477. 

Carter, Rev. Thomas, at Woburn, 2. 
47; death, 13. 410. 

Carter, Capt. Thomas, in Phips's 
Quebec expedition, 15. 299, 306, 
308. 

Carteret, Sir George, grant of Ba- 
hamas, 13. 15. 

Cartier, Jacques, cartog. results of 
explorations, 7. 298-315; own 
maps, 299, 311; Bref Re'cit of sec- 
ond voyage, 30P; Ramusio's ac- 
count, 303; derivatives from it, 
303; Relation originate, 304; 
cartog. development of stories 
of Great Lakes, 307-309; influ- 
ence on Northwest Passage theory, 
309; voyages not followed up, 
312-314; anticipations of his voy- 
ages, 8. 67-78 [see St. Lawrence 
Gulf]. 

Cartography. See Maps. 

Cartwright, Frances D., 19. 459. 

Cartwright, John, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Cartwright, Michael, petition (1637), 
3. 199. 

Cartwright, Thomas Brewster's copy 
of Harmonia Evangelica, 3. 261, 
266 ; Confutation of Rhemists Trans- 
lation and Proverhia Salomonis 
printed by Brewster, 264. 

Carver, Caleb, Jr., loyalist refugee, 2. 
234. 

Carver Caleb [3], loyalist refugee, 2. 
235. 

Carver, Mrs. Catharine, Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 173. 

Carver, Gov. John, executor of Mul- 
lin's will, 5. 34, 35; name of father, 
10. 258; Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 173. 

Carver, John, loyalist refugee, 2. 234. 

Gary. See also Carrey. 

Cary, Isaac H., paper owned by, com- 
municated, 14. 150. 

Cary, Sergeant Jonathan, at Ticonder- 
oga (1776), 6. 86. 

Cary, Jonathan, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14, 151; character- 
ized, 153. 



Cary, Nathaniel, and importation of 
tea, 10. 80; exiled from Boston 
(1776), 102. 

Cary, Mrs. Nathaniel, accused of 
witchcraft (1692), 7. 161. 

Cary, Robert, and alleged Sharpless 
ports., 3. 136, 179, 181-183. 

Cary, Samuel, Commencement part 
(1804), 5. 169; biog. note, 169 n. 

Cary, Rev. Thomas, biog. note, 16. 
319 n.; as preacher, 319, 322, 329, 
355, 365, 371, 374; mentioned, 
334, 353, 362; illness, 384, 387, 
393, 416, 448. 

Cary, Z. E., gift to M.H.S., 1. 131. 

Caryl, George, graduates, 16. 440. 

Casares, David, in Yucatan, 20. 413. 

Casas, Bartolom6 de las, Prescott's 
copy of Indies, 1. 222; and Indian 
slavery, 8. 46; and Columbus, 49. 

Casco Bay, Me., Maverick's account 
(1660), 1. 232; Indian raids (1690), 
7. 154 ; (1730), 14. 29 ; settlers from 
Bahamas (1686), 13. 15 n., 270. 

Case of the Gov. and Council (1715), 

15. 356-362. 
Casey,Ca/?tom,of Newburyport(1787), 

16. 360, 387. 

Casey, James, in campaign of 1760, 
6. 360, 361. 

Casgrain, Henri Raymond, descrip- 
tion of Levis Papers, 4. 92-100; 
studies on Acadia, 100; reprinted 
M.H.S. paper, 6. 223; elected a 
corresp. member M.H. S., 350; ac- 
cepts, 7. 6 ; on Parkman as ration- 
alist, 8. 541; M.H.S. tribute to, 

19. 200. 

Cass, Lewis, on Alex. Vattemare, 1. 
263; Harvard LL.D. (1836), 5. 218; 
Archer's opinion of, 7. 292; hist, 
unimportance of defeat (1848), 11. 
112. 

Cassasinamon, agreement with Pe- 
quot (1651), 5. 288; petitions 
(1669), 292, 293; Nameag chief 
(1648), 8. 10. 

Cassel, archives on Am. Rev., 3. 220. 

Cassignards, , experience in Cape 

Fran9ais massacre, 2. 361 n. 

Castel, M., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 51. 

Castelar, Emilio, and plan for Co- 
lumbus quater-centenary, 1. 363. 

Castillo y Rada, Jose M., as official, 

20. 386. 

Castillo, Pedro de, and Menendez, 8. 
433, 436, 453, 458. 

Castle William. See Boston Harbor. 

Castlereagh, Robert Stewart, vis- 
count, letters to G. D. Ludlow 



CASTLETOTIVN-CHADBOURN 



75 



(1807) on letters of marque, 3. 
77; J. Q. Adams on (1810), 10. 
378 380 

Castletown* Vt. (1776), 6. 83, 87. 

Caswell, Henry, Boston merchant 
(1745), 9. 408. 

Catalogues, of M.H.S. Cabinet, 1. 
173, 2. 72, 74, 76, 87, 5. 450, 452, 
6. 219, 220; of M.H.S. Library, 
207,217,8.324,20.83; early book, 
printed in Boston, 10, 540-547, 17. 
41-43. See also Books. 

Catania, in 1829, 19. 451. 

Cathalan, Stephen, letter from Jef- 
ferson (1816), 12. 268. 

Catharine II. of Russia, rumor of 
death (1781), 19. 128. 

Catharine's Town, destroyed by Sul- 
livan's expedition, 2. 466, 471. 

Catherina, prize case (1752), 5. 98-99. 

Catherine of Braganza, dowry, 5. 28 n. 

Catholic Emancipation Bill, attitude 
of George IV., 5. 161. 

Catholicism, and discovery of 
America, 8. 30-38; archives on 
Am. history, 11. 272-277; hist, 
importance of Papacy, 13. 94; 
mass in Sistine Chapel (1829), 
19. 449; Benedictine convent at Ca- 
tania (1829), 451. See also Religion. 

Catlett, Ann (Fairfax), 19. 378. 

Catlett, Charles I., of Alexandria, 19. 
378, 381. 

Catlin, Benjamin, captured at Que- 
bec, 2. 295. 

Catlin, George, picture of Va. Con- 
ven. of 1829, 4. 305. 

Caton, , sea-captain (1765), 16. 

200. 

Caton, , tavern-keeper at An- 
napolis (1804), 2. 15, 33. 

Caton, Elizabeth, appearance (1830), 
19. 464. 

Caton, Richard, family, 2. 16, 16 n. 

Cattapesett, Indian, deed (1679), 5. 
294. 

Caulkins, Frances Manwaring, 
reprinted M.H.S. paper, 6. 223. 

Cave, Edward, report of debates in 
Parliament, 2. 162. 

Cavelier, Jean, journal, 6. 392. 

Cavendish, Vt. (1776), 6. 82, 87. 

Cavour, Camillo Benso, conte di, 
anecdotes of, 16. 469. 

Cawcumsquissick, R. I, (1645), 8. 
11 n. 

Cazneau, Miss, impressions of (1787), 
16. 352, 362 n.; mentioned in J. Q. 
Adams's diary, 362, 365, 373, 381 ; 
Adams on, 397; his verses on, 405, 



Cazneau, Mrs., of Newbuiyport 

(1788), 16. 373. 
Cazneau, Captain (1788), 16. 387. 
Cazneau, Andrew, on L. I. (1778), 

2. 236; addresses to Hutchinson 

and Gage (1774), 14. 50 n., 51 n.; 

career, 91-92. 
Cazneau, Andrew [b. 1810], autog., 

14. 91; career, 91-93. 
Cazneau, Edward, loyalist, 14. 92. 
Cazneau, Hannah M. [Mrs. Blaney], 

14. 93?i. 
Cazneau, Rebecca [Mrs. Alline], 14. 

78. 
Cazneau, William, loyalist, 14. 92 . 
Cecilia, brig (1846), 7. 321. 
Ceeley, — — , patent, 1. 232. 
Celts, migrations, 12. 108-110. 
Cennick, Rev. John, and Moravian- 
ism, 10. 302. 
Censorship of press. See Press. 
Cent Society, origin and purpose, 2. 

105. 
Centenary of M.H.S., question of 

date, 5. 281-284, 347; arrange- 
ments, 430, 6. 175, 196, 203, 214; 

bibhography, 203-249, 343-349; 

Pres. Ellis's address, 268-270; 

prayer, 270; Winthrop's address, 

271-274; anthem, 275; Higgin- 

son's address, 275-283; doxology, 

283; benediction, 283; reception, 

284 ; attendance, 284. 
Centennial Exposition, Mass. exhibit, 

11. 347-348. 
Central America, jadeite relics of 

Asian origin, 2. 170-171, 
Central House, Plymouth, Mass., 3. 

402 n. 
Cerebus, Brit, war-ship (1775), 10. 93. 
Ceriani, Abbe Antonio, and MaioUo 

map, 8. 76. 
Cervantes, Miguel de. See Don 

Quixote. 
Cevallos, Pedro, and U. S., 5. 21, 

24, 32. 
Ceylon, Cabot mappe-monde on, 6. 

339. 
Chabaud, , Haitian planter, 2. 

372 n. 
Chace. See also Chase. 
Chace, Samuel, justice of peace 

(1764), 18. 261, 
''Chace," Savage's engraving, 19. 

10, 17. 
Chachanump, Scatacook Indian, 6. 

379. 
Chad. See Chads. 
Chadbourn, Captain, in campaign of 

1760, 5, 361. 



76 



CHADBOURNE-CHAMBERLAIN 



Chadbourne, Elizabeth S. (Page), 18. 

452. 
Chadbourne, Paul Ansel, Memoir by 

J. M. Barker, 18. 448-453; port. 

and AUTOG., 448; interests, 448, 

450; birth, 449, 452; in M.H.S., 

449; ancestry, 449; training, 449; 

as president of colleges, 450, 453; 

inaugural address, 451-452; traits, 

452, 453; and Garfield, 452; mar- 
riage and children, 452; honorary 

degrees, 453. 
Chadder, , sea-captain (1717), 8. 

218. 
Chadock, Philip, at Bahamas (1650), 

13. 14. 
Chads, Capt James, at Boston (1775), 

10. 93. 
Chadwick, Bowman, birth, 7. 387. 
Chadwick, Rev. John W., on O. B. 

Frothingham, 10. 527; hymn, 17. 

140. 
Chadwick, Joseph, of Brookfield 

(1762), 7. 386, 387, 389. 
Chagford, whaUng-sloop (1767), 10. 15. 
Chailley-Bert, Joseph, on Javanese, 

17. 6. 
Challong, Henry, voyage and capture 

(1806), 2. 37. 
Chalmers, George, on colonies and 

habeas corpus act of 1679, 8. 233. 
Chalmers, Thomas, and Unitarians, 

10. 220. 
Chamberlain. See also Chamberlaine, 

Chamberlin. 
Chamberlain, Abigail (Hasey),20. 119. 
Chamberlain, Daniel Henry, elected 

a member M.H.S., 13. 448; list of 

pubUcations (1901-05), 15. 29, 17. 

213, 19. 204; remarks, 16. 125, 

232; Hist, conception of U. S. 

Constitution, 151-173, 18. 397, 

20. 477-489; on G. B. Chase, 16. 

237-238; and memoir of G. B. 

Chase, 250, 17. 116; on C. F. 

Adams's visit to Charleston, 93; 

authorized to represent M.H.S., 

383; on Edw. McCrady, 18. 13-22; 

remarks on negro question, 398; 

death, 20. xviii; on an Eng. 

Bunker's Hill, 474-477; corresp. 

with Goldwin Smith on Union, 484- 

489; on Stevens Catalogue-Index, 

556-559. 
Chamberlain, Jacob, 20. 119. 
Chamberlain, John, recruit (1758), 

6. 25. 
Chamberlain, Joseph, growth of in- 
fluence, 14. 314, 317; Gladstone's 

opinion (1877), 318. 



Chamberlain, Martha A. (Putnam), 
14. 272, 20. 120-121. 

Chamberlain, Mary (Foster), 20. 
119. 

Chamberlain, Mellen [Communica- 
tions follow], list of publications 
(1884-99), 1. 170, 3. 279, 4. 106, 

6. 439, 13. 66; on com, to pub. 
Sewall Letter-Book, 1. 180,4. 191, 
343; elected to Council M.H.S. 
(1885-87), 2. 80, 404, 3. 298; 
remarks, 2. 88, 305, 6. 21, 196, 8. 
235, 274, 519, 9. 196, 10. 440, 462, 
11. 24, 74, 209, 12. 195, 13. 156; 
presents letters of Priestley, 3. 12; 
on com. on index to foreign docs, 
on Am. Rev., 159; report, 178; 
on Library Com. (1887, '91, '94), 
3. 318, 6. 351, 8. 504; reports 
(1891, '94), 6. 417, 9. 37; re- 
port on Parkman MSS., 4. 44-46; 
on com. on binding Winthrop MSS., 
65; on Nominating Com. (1888, 
'92), 77, 7. 335; reports, 4. 118, 

7. 382; presents report of Council 
(1888), 4. 105-107; on com. on 
MS. of Am. Rev., 236; on com. on 
amending by-laws, 372; report, 
409-411 ; remarks on Otis's speech, 
6. 196; reprinted M.H.S. papers, 
223-224; on com. to pub. Belcher 
Papers, 8. 52; on com. to pub. 
Bowdoin Papers, 518; card on 
D. S. Gilchrist (1860), 14. 85 n.; 
M.H.S. tributes to, 264, 271-281; 
in M.H.S., 264, 278, 20. 128-139; 
birth, 14. 271, 20. 119; education, 
14. 272, 20. 119; law student, 
tutor, teacher, 14. 272, 20. 120; 
marriage, 14. 272, 20. 120; con- 
veyancer, 14. 272, 20. 121 ; in legis- 
lature, 14. 273, 20. 122; judge, 
14. 273, 20. 122; collection of 
autogs., 14. 273, 279, 20. 125-127; 
historian, 14. 274, 280; Librarian 
of Boston Public Library, 14. 274, 
20. 123-125; home life, 14. 276, 
20. 121; '^ History of Chelsea," 14. 
276, 280, 15. 25, 18. 62, 20. 145- 
146; John Adams, 14. 276, 20. 
139-142; character, 14. 276, 277; 
range of reading, 277, 278; social 
life, 278, 20. 145; writings and 
style, 280, 281, 20. 142-144; death, 
14. 281, 20. 145; honorary degree, 
14. 281, 20. 120; Memoir by H. W. 
Haynes, 119-146; port, ard 
AUTOG., 119; ancestry, 119; 
abroad, 122; authority on autogs., 
127; on relig. cause of Am. Rev., 



CHAMBERLAIN-CHAMBLT 



77 



140-142; societies, 144. See also 
Chamberlain Bequest. 

Communications : Signing of 
Declaration of Independence, 
1. 272-298, 3. 370; Maverick's 
HOUSE, 1. 366-373 ; on Bellomont's 
occupancy of Province House, 2. 
122-131; Dearborn's journal, 275- 
305; on case of longevity, 3. 369; 
on new ed. of Mass. Colon. Laws, 
371-372; on new hist, school and 
errors in Johnston's Connecticut, 
372, 5. 264-278; on Saml. Adams 
and fisheries (1779-81), 4. 48-50; on 
Mass. intercolon. Com. of Corresp., 
82-84; on Saml. Adams's misuse 
of public money, 141; on London 
Gazette, 291 ; on nat. holidays, 372 ; 
on Alex. Johnston's hist, activity, 

5. 33; on Spanish , Main, 114; on 
sale of'Aspinwall-Barlow Library, 
166, 313-320; on John Dickinson, 

6. 72 ; memorial of Daniel Leonard, 
251-257, 399-400 ; on Natl. Rogers, 
400-402; memorial of Capt. Chas. 
Cochraine, 433-442, 519; on Hor- 
ace Walpole, 7. 10; on Hutchin- 
son's materials for last vol., 19; 

Gov. WiNTHROP's ESTATE, 127- 

143; Genesis of Mass. towns, 
214-242; on Waters-Winthrop 
map, 338; Talcott Papers, 8. 
19, 123-139; on Span, rule in Am., 
52, 53, 12. 69; on transfer of Mass. 
charter, 8. 108-112; on printing 
hist, papers, 518; findings of 
Middlesex grand jury (1753), 
9. 17; on Mass. donation to S. C. 
(1781), 105; on relief of Boston 
Port Bill sufferers, 106-107; diary 
of Saml. Holten, 10. 463-465; 
Nicholson's relation on state of 
country (1778), 464-465; on MS. of 
Wm. Chamberlin, 503; Bowdoin 
and Temple Papers, 11. 286-299; 
on Justin Winsor, 12. 36-40; on 
social change in N. Eng. since 
1850, 13. 396. 

Chamberlain, Moses, 20. 119. 

Chamberlain, Richard, justice of 
peace (1686), 13. 231; clerk of 
court, 243; and N. H. records, 

264, 266; account of diabolical 
performances, 14. 168-171. 

Chamberlain, Samuel, and Shays's 

RebeUion, 1. 301. 
Chamberlain Bequest, origin, 14. 

265, 280, 17. 227, 20. 145-146; 
paid in, 18. 61; history, 276, 19. 
211, 20. 215; account (1904), 18. 



283; (1905), 19. 219; (1906), 20. 
223. 

Chamberlaine, Dr. Peter, grant of 
Bahamas (1650), 13. 5; career, 30. 

Chamberlin, Anna, birth, 12. 330. 

Chamberlin, Edmund [1], of Chelms- 
ford, children (1656), 12. 330. 

Chamberlin, Edmund [2], baptized, 
12. 325; birth, 330. 

Chamberlin, Mrs. Edmund, 12. 324. 

Chamberlin, Elizabeth, birth, 12. 
330. 

Chamberlin, Capt. Freedom, at siege 
of Boston, 9. 53, 61. 

Chamberlin, Lieut. Joel, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 50, 53, 56, 59, 60, 64-66, 
70, 73, 83, 85, 88, 90. 

Chamberlin, John, birth, 12. 330. 

Chamberlin, Joseph, land in N. H., 
10. 493. 

Chamberlin, Mrs. Mary, joins 
Chelmsford church (1656), 12. 325; 
children, 330. 

Chamberlin, Mary, birth, 12. 330. 

Chamberlin, Mellen, father's biog. 
letter to, 10. 491-502. 

Chamberlin, Moses, illness (1767), 10. 
492. 

Chamberlin, Samuel, birth (? 1646), 
12. 330. 

Chamberlin, Samuel, illness (1767), 
10. 492; inN. H., 493. 

Chamberlin, Sarah, birth, 12. 330. 

Chamberlin, Sibel [Mrs. Eastman], 
10. 492 n. 

Chamberlin, Thomas [1], removes to 
Chelmsford (1655), 12. 324; chil- 
dren, 330; on dismissal of mem- 
bers, 331. 

Chamberlin, Thomas [2], birth, 12. 
330. 

Chamberlin, Gen. William, later life, 
10. 490; reminiscence of early 
and army life, 491-506; siege of 
Boston, 494-496; in Canada, 497- 
499; Ticonderoga (1776), 499; 
Trenton and after, 500-502; Ben- 
nington, 502-506. 

Chambers, Christopher, letter on 
Declaratory Act (1766), 11. 446. 

Chambers,.Ezekiel F., and tariff (1832), 
19. 523. 

Chambers, John, journal of Quebec 
expedition, 2. 265. 

Chambers, William, prize case (1746), 
5. 89. 

Chambliss, Nathaniel R., on burning 
of Columbia, 15. 268, 271. 

Chambly, Quebec, occupied (1760), 
4. 400-401, 5. 375; news of cap- 



78 



CHAMPERNOWN-CHANNING 



ture (1775), 7. 412; Am. retreat 
from (1776), 10. 497. 

Champernown, Francis, member of 
Dudley's Council, 13. 228; and 
Barefoot, 19. 292. 

Champford, Baron de, and meeting 
at Cape Frangais, 2. 329-330. 

Champion, Lieut. Henry, at siege of 
Boston, 7. 412, 9. 62. 

Champlain, Samuel de, on settlement 
on St. Croix Island, 3. 353-355. 

Champney, , of Brookfield 

(1762), 7. 387, 388. 

Champney, John, innkeeper in Dor- 
chester, 10. 46. 

Champney, Sarah [Mrs. Philip], exile 
in Amsterdam (1628), 6. 51. 

Champneys, George, exile in Am- 
sterdam (1603), 6. 64. 

Chancellor, James, physician (1657), 

19. 291. 

Chancellorsville, conduct of Devens, 
7. 108-110; forces, 18. 443. 

Chandler, Charles F., and Am. colony 
at Gottingen, 12. 366. 

Chandler, Edmond, Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 177. 

Chandler, Hannah [Mrs. Robbins], 3. 
206. 

Chandler, Isabella (Chilton), Pilgrim 
at Ley den, 17. 177. 

Chandler, John [1] [d. 1763], and Dr. 
Wm. Douglass, 1. 45. 

Chandler, John [2], in Boston society, 

10. 34; and John Rowe, 44. 
Chandler, John [3], buys slave (1769), 

3. 321. 
Chandler, John [d. 1846], as general, 

20. 363. 

Chandler, Mary (Dane), 3. 206. 

Chandler, Nathaniel, witnesses bill of 
sale of slave (1769), 3. 321. 

Chandler, Peleg Whitman, M.H.S. 
tributes to, 4. 377, 382, 5. 438; 
death, 4. 377; memoir assigned to 
C. H. Dunbar, 5.2; on Judge Bige- 
low, 473, 477; memoir of Gov. 
Andrew, 6. 209; reprinted M.H.S. 
papers, 224; junior member 
M.H.S., 9. 94; and G. O. Shattuck, 

11. 269, 14. 364. 

Chandler, Roger, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 177. 

Chandler, Rufus, addresses to Hutch- 
inson and Gage (1774), 14. 50 n., 
51 n. 

Chandler, Sabine, prize ease (1750), 
5. 96. 

Chandler, Samuel, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 181. 



Chandler, Sarah, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 181. 

Chandler, Sarah, gift to M.H.S., 
6. 66. 

Chandler, Lieut-Col. Thomas, at 
Louisburg (1745), 11. 420, 424, 
431.^ 

Chandler, Thomas [H. C. 1787], 16. 
451; J. Q. Adams's characteriza- 
tion, 451 n. 

Chandler, Thomas B., and N. S. 
bishopric, 3. 76. 

Chandler, William, 3. 206. 

Chaney, George L., on H. W. Foote, 
8. 247. 

Chanler, John H., and tax on coat 
armor, 14. 429. 

Channing, Edward [Communications 
follow], elected a member M.H.S., 
1. 359; accepts, 360; presents 
facsims. of Dyer MSS., 2. 71; list 
of pubHcations (1886-1906), 2. 391, 
6. 404, 8. 185, 9. 23, 10. 121, 11. 
317, 12. 175, 20. 207; presents 
photogs. of flags, 3. 8; on com. on 
Parkman MSS., 153; on com. to 
pub. Winthrop Papers, 202, 7. 461 ; 
on Nominating Com. (1888, 1900), 
4. 77, 14. 1; reports, 4. 118, 14. 
145; junior member M.H.S., 9. 
94; remarks, 10. 462, 11. 74, 12. 
112, 13. 129, 424, 14. 153, 15. 24^ 
105, 16. 125, 17. 438, 18. 400, 471; 
and proposed memorial ed. of 
Bradford and Winthrop, 12. 260; 
on advisory com. on Hart's co- 
operative history, 15. 493; Hist, 
of U. S., 19. 273; on com. to pub. 
Bo wdoin Papers, 20. 201; presents 
gift from heirs of P. T. Jackson, 
590. 

Communications: on inconven- 
ience of Brit. MSS. Commission's 
Reports, 2. 39; on use of .* meeting- 
house," 102; papers on Atherton 
Co., 150-152; on emigration of 
Southernloyalists(1782), 3. 94; on 
Doyle's English in America, 221 ; let- 
ter on Northern boundary, 369 ; on 
Chas. Deane, 6. 135-136; desires 
general table of contents of publi- 
cations, 14. 148; on map of North- 
west Territory (1785), 167; on con- 
dition of site of Jamestown, 175; 
on Randolph gathering at Tucka- 
hoe, 209-211; on Cromwell's W. 
Indian expedition, 211-212; on 
Toppan's Memoir of Randolph, 15. 
109; on S. R. Gardiner, 16. 11-13; 
on a runic inscription mentioning 



CHANNING-CHARLESTON 



79 



Vinland, 272-273; on course and 
landing of Pilgrims at Plymouth, 
17. 381; on colon, punishments, 
19. 190. 

Channing, Edward T., Harvard 
LL.D. (1847), 6. 253; B K oTSiiion 
(1818), 9. 116; biog. note, 116 n. 

Channing, John, of Newport, 7. 345. 

Channing, Lucy (Ellery), 16. 432, 
432 n. 

Channing, Williani, 16. 432. 

Channing, William Ellery, as 
preacher, 2. 110; influence on 
David Sears, 418; and J. F. Clarke, 
4. 325; Harvard D.D. (1820), 5. 
187; southron's opinion of, 7. 291; 
B K prayer (1812), 9. 114; biog. 
note, 114 n.; sermons, 19. 357; 
opposition to associations, 364; 
popularity in England, 466. 

Channing, William Henry, Com- 
mencement part (1829), 5. 200; 
biog. note, 200 n.; MSS. of, re- 
turned to family, 11. 332. 

Chapin. See also Chaplin. 

Chapin, , of Chicago (1836), 7. 

293. 

Chapin, Caleb, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366. 

Chapin, Chester W., in Mass. Con- 
ven. (1853), 18. 34. 

Chapin, Edwin H., and Frothingham, 
1. 387; Harvard A. M. (1845), 5. 
248. 

Chapin, H., gift to M.H.S., 11. 333. 

Chaplin. See also Chapin. 

Chaplin, , works on records 

(1686), 13. 271. 

ChapUn, Rev. Daniel, 3. 320; Har- 
vard D.D. (1817), 5. 183; sermons 
at Groton (1778-79), 12. 92-100. 

Chaplin, Elizabeth (Crane), 1. 137. 

Chaplin, Sarah [Mrs. Rockwood], 3. 
320. 

Chaplin, Susanna (Prescott), 3. 320. 

Chaplin, William, of Eng., 1. 137. 

Chapman, , of Va. (1781), 6. 

146. 

Chapman, Reverend, of N. J., at siege 
of Boston, 7. 405. 

Chapman, Asa, at siege of Boston, 9. 
43 ; death there, 67. 

Chapman, Asa, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Chapman, Capt. Elijah, at siege of 
Yorktown, 6. 156. 

Chapman, George, Master^s oration 
(1831), 5. 206 n. 

Chapman, Capt James, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 59, 89. 



Chapman, Jonathan, Commencement 
part (1825) and biog. note, 5. 193, 
193 n.; Master's oration (1828), 
198. 

Chapman, Livewell, London book- 
seller (1655), 12. 218. 

Chapman, Richard M., Commence- 
ment part (1832) and biog. note, 
5. 208, 208 n. 

Chappel, Alonzo, port, of Abbott 
Lawrence, 2. 395. 

Chappell, George, acknowledgment 
of debt (1650), 5. 288. 

Chapt, Pierre de. See La Corne. 

Charcoal Town, N. J. (1779), 2. 475. 

Charity, public, F. E. Parker and 
Boston, 2. 209-210; Boston 
Bureau, 209; David Sears Fund 
of Boston, 211; Congregational 
Soc, 3. 168; first provision in 
Boston, 12. 210. See also Poor. 

Charles I. of England, Nalson's 
Trial, 4. 157; doubts as to death- 
warrant, 157; place of execution, 
157. 

Charles II. of England, port, in Bos- 
ton 4. 241, 241n.-242n.; dowry 
of bride, 5. 28 n. ; substitute for 
veto, 160; and Mass. (1666), 6. 
469; (1677), 14. 214; Conn, double, 
7. 296-297. 

Charles X. of France, overthrow, 1. 
140. 

Charles IV. of Spain, and Ferdinand, 
5. 19; abdication, 20; titles, 28 n. 

Charles X. of Sweden, Peace of Roes- 
kild (1658), 4. 277. 

Charles, Mildred [Mrs. Terry], 17. 
176. 

Charles, prize case (1744), 5. 88. 

Charles Bartlett, disaster (1849), 6. 
199. 

Charles City, Va., name as royal 
memorial, 4. 250. 

Charles River, Mass., name as royal 
memorial, 4. 242. 

Charles River Bridge vs. Warren 
Bridge, Sumner on opinions, 15. 
210. 

Charleston, Md. (1781), 6. 135. 

Charleston, S. C., society in 1804, 
2. 25; slave trade, 25; emigra- 
tion of loyalists (1782), 3. 95; em- 
barkation of Brit, troops, 95-96; 
news of Brit, repulse (1779), 129; 
expulsion of Hoar, 147; Year 
Books, 4. 158, 18. 21; royal memo- 
rials, 4. 251, 253; entry of Federal 
troops, 12. 344; feeling of Union 
army as to, 15. 268; C. F. Adams 



80 



CHARLESTOWN-CHASE 



on (1902), 17. 93-98; future, 
95-97; rumors of evacuation 
(1782), 19. 150, 151, 155, 158, 
159, 163, 166; Crevecoeur on 
colonial, 20. 81. 

Charlestown, Mass., on early map, 
1. 211; Maverick's account (1660), 
237; Frothingham's History, 384- 
385; Corcoran riot, 389; Kossuth 
reception, 390; in 1650, 2. 47; 
Ursuline Convent riot, 3. 216-218; 
population (1790), 4. 136; name 
as royal memorial, 242; split in 
Cong. Church, 6. 446; Hammond's 
diary (1688-94), 7. 144-171; town 
election (1690), 152; election of 
Assemblyman (1692), 161-162; 
beginnings, 233-234 ; view of Ursu- 
line Convent, 8. 282; relief of 
Boston Port Bill sufferers, 9. 107; 
Morse tablet, 11. 285; burned 
(1775), 12. 83, 17. 292, 299, 303; 
collection of taxes (1686), 13. 
252; not port of entry (1686), 
264; constable staves (1686), 278; 
complaint of trespass (1686), 284; 
thanksgiving (1675) 343; Graves 
case (1675), 399; ferry-boat siink 
(1675), 400; pastor ordained 
(1698), 14.32; Navy Yard during 
War of 1812,16. 182-186; Foster's 
view (1680), 19. 54. See also Bun- 
ker Hill, Harvard Church. 

Charlestown (Number Four), N. H., 
name as royal memorial, 4. 244; 
called Number Four, 404 n. ; troops 
at (1760), 404-406; in 1776, 6. 
81, 87. 

Charlestown, R. I., as royal memorial, 
4. 245. 

Charlestown Navy Yard, during War 
of 1812, 16. 182-186. 

Charlevoix, Pierre F. X. de, on Hai- 
tian slaves, 2. 314 n. 

Charlotte, N. C, engraving of schools, 
3. 282; royal memorials, 4. 251, 
252. 

Charlotte A. L. Sibley Fund, origin, 
16. 22; history, 18. 276, 19. 211, 
20. 214; paid m, 18. 297; income 
account (1905), 19. 217; (1906), 
20. 221; use, 19.223. 

Charlotte County, N. Y., name as 
royal memorial, 4. 247. 

Charlotte County, Va., name as 
royal memorial, 4. 250. 

Charlotteville, Va., name as royatl 
memorial, 4. 250. 

Charlton, Stephen, vestryman in 
Va. (1635), 3. 5. 



Charman. See also Sherman. 
Charman, Samuel, petition (1637), 

3. 199. 
Charnock, Elizabeth [Mrs. Lee], 19. 

229. 
Charon, Brit, war-ship, burnt (1781), 

6. 153. 

Charter, Jane [Mrs. Pratt], 6. 59. 

Chartered commercial companies, 
Royal African (1664), 4. 280. 

Charters, reception of royal, in Eng. 
boroughs, 8. 19. See also Massa- 
chusetts^^ 

Charton, Etienne, Canadian charter, 

7. 314. 

Chase. See also Chace. 

Chase, Anne (Lowndes), 17. 127. 

Chase, Aquila, immigrant, 17. 117, 
124. 

Chase, Charles A., on Chas. Deane, 
5. 130. 

Chase, Christopher, sea-captain, 7. 
321. 

Chase] Ellen, gift . to M.H.S., 16. 
146. 

Chase, George, Commencement part 
(1818) and biog. note, 5. 184 n. 

Chase, George Bigelow, on Gen. 
Parsons as traitor, 1. 250; on 
Auditing Com. (1885, '89, '99- 
1901), 2. 4, 4. 309, 13. 1, 14. 1, 15. 
2; reports, 2. 79, 4. 359, 13. 77, 14. 
141, 15. 42; gifts to M.H.S., 2. 
261, 3. 282, 15. 478 ; on bust of 
Webster, 3. 221; on H. A. Whit- 
ney, 4. 310; on com. to pub. Trum- 
bull Papers, 343, 15. 25; Memoir of 
G. T. BiGELOw, 5. 458-482; re- 
marks, 6. 65, 12. 29, 252, 292, 351, 
371, 13. 62, 121, 378, 424, 14. 
424, 445, 15. 364; reprinted M.H.S. 
paper, 6. 224; remarks on A. T. 
Perkins, 422; on Copley's port, 
of Paul Revere, 7. 119, 294-295; 
on Northeastern boundary, 9. 1; 
motion on preservation of Constitu- 
tion^ 11. 200; on com. to pub. 
Pepperrell Papers, 12. 9 ; on Theo. 
Lyman, 15-17; elected to Council 
M.H.S. (1898-1900), 191, 13. 80, 14. 
146; on J. C. Ropes, 13. 221; on 
Mellen Chamberlain, 14. 271-277; 
on Jos. Chamberlain and Glad- 
stone, 317; M.H.S. tributes to, 13. 
233-238; in M.H.S. 234-236, 238, 
17. 124; hist., and genealogical 
work, 16. 236, 17. 124; character, 
16. 237; authorship of memoir, 
250, 17. 116; port and autog., 
front.; Memoir, 117-127; ances- 



CHASE-CHECKLEY 



81 



try, 117; birth, 118; education, 
118; business interests, 119-123; 
illness (1864), 120; as accountant, 
123; general reading, 125; life 
abroad, 125-126; Portsmouth home 
for children, 126; religion, 126; 
marriage, 127; decline and death, 
127. 

Chase, Irah, at Harvard Commence- 
ments (1832-41), 5. 209, 212, 234; 
at Divinity School exercises 
(1836) 19. 364. 

Chase, Jeremiah T., and ratification 
of Constitution, 17. 504, 507. 

Chase, Mrs. Kate, and father's 
papers, 13. 375. 

Chase, Mrs, Mary, Apostle Eliot on 
sickness of, 18. 346; O. W. Holmes's 
diagnosis, 346-347. 

Chase, Moses, in Am. Army (1775), 
12. 106. 

Chase, Pliny E., Commencement 
part (1839), 6. 226; biog. note, 
226 n. 

Chase, Salmon P., and unofficial mis- 
sion to Europe (1861), 1. 205, 206; 
papers deposited with M. H. S., their 
history, 12. 166, 13. 375-378; Den- 
ison's letters to, 12. 423, 425, 13. 
63, 121, and Laird rams, 179, 185- 
188, 196-197; confounds debt and 
currency, 15. 327; papers in 
Library of Congress, 18. 336. 

Chase, Judge Samuel, and vote on 
Independence, 1.276; Signer, 282; 
impeachment, 2. 18; opposition 
to Constitution, 17. 484, 504, 507; 
and paper money, 504 ; in Canada, 
(1776), 18. 431; Cooper trial, 20. 
260. 

Chase, Rev. Stephen [1], career, 17. 
117. 

Chase, Stephen [2], career, 17. 117. 

Chase, Stephen [H. C. 1886], memoir 
of his father, 17. 116-127. 

Chase, Theodore [1], career, 17. 117. 

Chase, Theodore [2], in Europe, 20. 
186. 

Chase, Thomas, characterized (1775), 
12. 141. 

Chase, Thomas, Commencement part 
(1848), 5. 254. 

Chase, William, Apostle Eliot on, 
18. 346. 

Chase Papers, deposited with M.H.S., 
12. 166, 13. 375, 378; history, 375- 
378; in Library of Congress, 18. 
336. 

Chastellux, Francois J., marquis de, 
and Crevecoeur, 20. 58. 



Chatfield, Ann (Higginson), 16. 508. 

Chatfield, Thomas, 16. 508. 

Chatham, William Pitt, 1st earl of, 
Johnson's report of speech, 1. 359; 
and spurious Montcalm letters, 3. 
202, 204; statue of, in N. Y., its 
fate, 4. 292; statue in Dedham, 
Mass., 298; last words, 6. 281; 
Boston's rejoicing over news of 
ministry of (1765), 13. 394; plan 
of pacification (1775), 17. 279. 

Chaucer, Richard, exile in Amster- 
dam (1602), 6. 64. 

Chaudiere River, Arnold's expedition 
on, 2. 269-270, 281-284, 

Chauncy, Pres. Charles, minister at 
Scituate, 2. 48; Nich. Hoppin on, 
3. 306-307; and John Winthrop 
(1672), 4. 265, 266; member of 
First Church in Cambridge, 5. 406; 
and Jon. Mitchell, 409; arms on 
wall of Westminster School, 420- 
421; Anti-Synodalia, 9. 417; press 
censor, 425, 11. 243, 247, 248; his 
copy of Harvard Laws, 200 ; record 
of expulsion case (1666), 204. 

Chauncy, Rev. Charles, letter to 
John Temple (1774) introducing 
Josiah Quincy, 8. 288 ; Isaac Watts 
on,9. 400, 403, 406, 407; in Boston 
society (1764), 10. 33; prominent 
rebel, 16. 92; corresp. with Rich. 
Price (1772-79), 17. 265-271, 275, 
278, 294-301, 306, 319 [see Price]; 
pamphlet, 271 n.; work, 323; in 
old age, 330, 345 ; pessimism, 335 ; 
and Mosaism, 345. 

Chauncy, Com. Isaac, Rogers on 
(1815), 4. 208; sent to Algiers 
(1816), 5. 29. 

Chauncy, Rev. Nathaniel, death, 13. 
410. 

Chavanne, Marc, executed for insur- 
rection, 2. 316, 316 n. 

Chaves, Alonso de, map (1536), 7. 298. 

Cheasman. See Cheeseman. 

Checkley. See also Checkly. 

Checkley, Anthony, and witchcraft 
prosecutions, 1. 69 n., 10. 288; 
Atty.-Gen. of Mass., 285, 289; 
house burned (1676), 13. 411. 

Checkley, Mrs. Anthony, death 
(1678), 7. 169. 

Checkley, John, sign, 4. 243 n. ; 
Slafter's biog., 12. 176. 

Checkley, Samuel, books owned by, 
9. 451, 485, 487, 490, 491, 506, 
523, 524, 532, 533; and Council's 
assumption of control (1715), 15. 
345. 



82 



CHECKLY-CHICHESTER 



Checkly, Anthony, milit. watch 
(1689), 1. 162. 

Cheesbrough. See Chesebrough. 

Cheeseman, Ca'pt. Jacob, killed at 
Quebec (1775), 2. 293, 294. 

Cheetham, James, Bishop corresp., 
20. 274. 

Cheever. See also Chever, Chevers. 

Cheever, Dr. Abijah, at Harvard 
Commencement (1837), 5. 220. 

Cheever, Rev. Amos, 4. 202, 14. 35 n. 

Cheever, Anna (Gerrish), 14. 35 n. 

Cheever, Ezekiel [d. 1708], Hassam's 
Notes, 3. 280; Tompson's elegy, 
5. 2, 10. 274; career, 5. 3; funeral 
sermon on, 14. 54 n. 

Cheever, Ezekiel [1] [d. c. 1770], sub- 
scribes to Merchants' Notes (1733), 
17. 207. 

Cheever, Ezekiel [2], and tea ques- 
tion, 10. 80; characterized, 12. 140. 

Cheever, Israel, as minister in N. S. 
(1770), 4. 69; biog. note, 69 n. 

Cheever, Joshua, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 207. 

Cheever, Rev. Samuel, 4. 202; at- 
testation in Quick's Young Mans 
Claim, 9. 528. 

Cheevers, Rev. Thomas, and Maiden 
(1686), 13. 285. 

Chelmsford, Mass., minister ordained 
(1705), 1. 158; Shays's insurgent, 
299; Tompson's verses on (1676), 
10. 267; Rev. John Fiske's note- 
book, 12. 318-338; removal of 
Wenham Church to, 320, 322-324 ; 
dismissal of members to Groton, 
320, 331-335; election of deacons 
(1656), 325-327; and Merrimack 
County (1686), 13. 255; Indians 
killed at (1676), 359. 

Chelsea, Mass., St. Luke's Church, 
2. 431; subscription for sufferers 
in S. C. and Ga. (1781), 9. 105; and 
Boston Port Bill, 107; Chamber- 
lain's history, 14. 276, 280, 15. 
25, 18. 62, 20. 145-146. See also 
Winnisimmet. 

Chemistry, Priestley on phlogiston 
theory, 3. 20, 21, 23, 24, 30, 32, 
36, 38. 

Chemung, N. Y., Sullivan's expedi- 
tion at, 2. 465, 472. 

Chenango, N. Y., Indian town, 2. 
463. 

Cheneviere, , at Geneva (1829), 

19. 443. 

Cheney, Thomas (1762), 7. 385. 

Cherokee Indians, unrest (1787), 17. 
460. 



Cherry Valley, troops at (1778-79), 

2. 446-458; massacre, 449, 3. 122; 

losses, 2. 450; second attack, 450; 

relief, 450; alarm (1779), 457; 

in 1762, 7. 391, 395. 
Chesapeake-Leopard affair, 16. 257. 
Chesapeake-Shannon fight, contemp. 

account, 1. 374-376; time, 375, 

377; period, 375; place, 375, 377; 

not visible from Boston, 376, 378; 

Lawrence's mistake, 378; J. Q. 

Adams on, 10. 391. 
Chesbrooke, William, and Roger 

Williams, 3. 257. 
Chesebrough, David, of Newport 

(1760), 7. 345. 
Chesebrough, Elisha, summons to 

(1699), 5. 298. ^ 
Chesebrough, William, petition (1664), 

5. 292. 
Chessman, Edward, works on Boston 

defences (1814), 14. 152. 
Chester, John, indenture (1653), 5. 

288. 
Chester, Capt. (Major) John, at siege 

of Boston, 7. 359, 408, 9. 73, 75, 

83; in Boston (1776), 10. 97. 
Chester, Rev. John, at Hudson, N. Y., 

19. 368. 
Chester, Joseph Lemuel, and Wash- 
ington's ancestry, 1. 29. 
Chester, Stephen, funeral elegy at- 
tributed to, 12. 415. 
Chester, Eng., excavations, 6. 76. 
Chester, N. S. , Congregational Church 

(1770), 4. 70. 
Chester, Pa., inn (1804), 2. 33; (1812), 

19. 375. 
Chester, Brit, war-ship (1749), 5. 92. 
Chesterfield, N. H., called Number 

One, 4. 404 n. 
Chevalier, Michel, on Senior's Con- 
versations, 10. 486. 
Chever. See also Cheever. 
Chever, Joshua, ill in campaign of 

1760, 5. 382. 
Chevers, Daniel, jail- keeper (1686), 

13. 260, 263. 
Cheverus, Rev. Jean Lefebvre de, 2. 

14. 
Cheves, Langdon, appearance (1812), 

19. 376. 
Chew, Benjamin (1754), 7. 342. 
Chicago, Worid's Fair, 8. 305- 

312. 
Chicago Block Company, 12. 166. 
Chicago Historical Society, memorial 

on Constitution, 18. 332. 
Chichester, , Va. Anti-Federalist, 

17. 496. 



CHICKAHOMINY-CHOATE 



83 



Chickahominy Meeting House,' Va., 

Am. troops at (1781), 6. 142-144, 

149. 
Chickamauga, battle of, forces, 18. 

443. 
Chickamauga National Park, com- 
memorative medal, 10. 293. 
Chickering, Dr. John, of Charlestown, 

7. 146. 
Chickering, Jonas, Washington Monu- 
ment appeal, 2. 143. 
Child, Caleb, 16. 408; J. Q. Adams's 

characterization, 408 n. 
Child, David L., Commencement 

part (1817), 6. 182; biog. note, 

182 n. 
Child, Dudley R., Dudley ports. 

owned by, 16. 41. 
Child, Edith, acknowledgment to, 16. 

82 n. 
Child, Ephraim, report on Groton 

(1661), 4. 136. 
Child, Francis J., Commencement 

part (1846), 5. 249; at Gottingen, 

12. 367. 
Child, John, reprints of New Eng- 

lands Jonah, 6. 346. 
Child, Robert, and Rich. Leader, 3. 

191,192; letter to John Winthrop, 

Jr. (1645) on iron works, 8. 15. 
Child, Thomas [d. c. 1751], estate, 16. 

115 n. 
Child, Thomas, letter from Susanna 

Sheaffe (1775), 9. 10. 
Child, Rev. William, at jubilee of Dr. 

Snell, 19. 428. 
Childe, Mildred (Lee), salon, 16. 469. 
Children, labor in R. I. (1801), 4. 124. 
Childs, John, works on Boston cfe- 

fences (1814), 14. 151. 
Childs, Moses, com. on grievances 

(1786), 1. 301. 
Chile, early cartog. of coast, 11. 375, 

378. 
Chillicothe, Indian town, Clark at 

(1780), 19. 115. 
Chilton, Isabella [Mrs. Chandler], 17. 

177. 
Chilton, Mary, tradition, 18. 372, 397. 
Chilton, Mary [Mrs. Winslow], 4. 195. 
China, future, 14. 260. 
Chinese, citizenship of Am. born, 18. 

172; exclusion, 175. 
Chipman, Elizabeth [Mrs. Gray], 4. 

22, 18. 157. 
Chipman, John, 4. 22, 18. 157; epi- 
taph, 22 n. 
Chipman, Ward [1], mentioned, 2. 

237, 18. 157; letter from Gov. 

Went worth (1785) on grant to 



refugees, 3. 67, 20. 559; and office 
in N. Brun. (1784), 3. 79; Brit, 
agent before boundary commission 
(1796), 350; and royal arms of Old 
State House, 4. 260-261. 

Chipman, Ward [2], Commencement 
part (1805) and biog. note, 5. 170, 
170 n.; Harvard LL.D. (1836), 218. 

Chippenham, , in N. Y. (1783), 

3. 77. 

Chiswick, Eng., horticultural fete 
(1831), 19. 478. 

Chittenden, Lucius E., career, 13. 178; 
story as to Laird rams, 178-185; 
story not true, 185 ; basis of it, 186- 
197. 

Chitty, J., ed. of Lex Mercatoria, 3. 
393 n. 

Choate, David, 11. 124. 

Choate, Col. John, at Louisburg 
(1745), 11. 437. 

Choate, John, non-consumption agree- 
ment (1786), 8. 497. 

Choate Joseph Hodges, tribute to 
R. C. Winthrop, 10. 405-407; 
elected a corresp. member M.H.S., 
12. 55 ; and return of Bradford MS., 
15. 80; tutor, 17. 118; on Victoria 
and Civil War, 18. 125; at Frank- 
lin bicentenary, 20. 247. 

Choate, Miriam (Foster), 11. 124. 

Choate, Rufus, in M.H.S., 6. 5, 11. 
155; Harvard LL.D. (1845), 5. 248; 
as N. Eng. man. 9. 322 ; at Plymouth 
anniversary (1845), 10. 399; Me- 
moir by C. H. Hill, 11. 124-155; 
PORT, and AUTOG., 124; birth, 124; 
family, 124; education, 124-125; 
law studies, in Washington, 125; 
early practice, 126; marriage, 126; 
in State legislature, 126; elected 
to Congress, 126; culture and legal 
ideals, 127, 148; in Congress, 128- 
129; supports Clay (1832), 129; 
moves to Boston, 129; success 
there, 130, 136; partnerships, 130, 
143; U. S. Senator, 131^135; al- 
tercation with Clay, 133; refuses 
further office, 135, 142, 143; in 
campaign of 1844, 135; Tirrell 
case, 136-142; refuses law profes- 
sorship, 142; fees and financial con- 
dition, 143, 150; Atty.-Gen., 143; 
industry, 143; narrowness of in- 
terests, 144; nationalism, 144 ; and 
slavery, 145; supports Buchanan, 
146^148; social life, 148; favorite 
authors, 149; wears himself out, 
149-151; death, 151; appearance, 
151; character, 151; wit, 152; as 



84 



CHOCONUT-CILLEY 



advocate, 152-154; oratory, 154; 
transient remembrance, 155; hon- 
ors, 155; desk owned by, 333; on 
Know-Nothingism, 393; in Mass. 
Conven. (1853), 18. 34, 38; and 
petition against negro-seamen acts, 

. 19. 406. 

Choconut, N. Y., Indian town, 2. 463. 

Chodron, Alphonse. See Courcel. 

Choiseul, Etienne F., due de, letters 
from Levis, 4. 97. 

Cholera, epidemic (1832), 14. 351, 
19. 523, 527-531. 

Choules, Rev. John O., at Plymouth 
anniversary (1845), 10. 395 n. 

Chrisler, Thomas, milit. watch (1689), 
1. 162. 

Christ Church, Boston, and Revere's 
ride, 17. 208. 

Christ Church, Cambridge, Mass., 
services of Nich. Hoppin, 3. 299, 
302; early trials, 301-302. 

Christ Church, Philadelphia, royal 
arms, 4. 249, 257. 

Christian Covenanting Confession, ex- 
tant copy, 10. 340. 

Christian Examiner, services of G. E. 
Ellis, 9. 260-261. 

Christian World, 4. 332. 

Christiana, Del., inn (1804), 2. 33. 

Christianity. See Religion. 

Christie, Gabriel, and office in Can- 
ada (1784), 3. 79. 

Christine of Naples, Princess, in 1829, 
19. 444. 

Christmas, Robert, exploded coat of 
arms, 2. 255. 

Christmas, William, exploded coat of 
arms, 2. 255; and Pepys, 255. 

Christophers, Richard, letters (1704, 
'06), 6. 301. 

Christ's Church in Longwood, 2. 419- 
422. 

Chronology, reformation of calendar, 
3. 383 n. ; Roman method of reg- 
istering years, 4. 101-102. See also 
Almanacs. 

Chulalonkorn of Siam, autograph 
letter, 1. 32. 

Church, Alonzo, at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1848), 5. 255. 

Church, Ambrose, death at siege of 
Boston, 7. 403. 

Church, Col. Benjamin, at Passama- 
quoddy Bay, 3.91; fraudulent pic- 
ture, 428 n., 5. 155. 

Church, Capt. Benjamin, Port Royal 
expedition, 1. 157. 

Church, Capt. Benjamin, of Newport 
(1760), 7. 345. 



Church, Dr. Benjamin, contemp. 
accounts of trial, 1. 14; news of 
treason, 9. 63-66; on com. to in- 
struct representatives (1767-68), 
10. 64, 68; on com. of thanks for 
Farmer's Letters, 66; on com. on 
Liberty affair, 67; celebrates anni- 
versary of Sons of Liberty, 68; 
Massacre oration, 78; and tea 
question, 80; confined in Boston, 
100; characterized, 12. 141; prom- 
inent rebel, 16. 92; and Hutchin- 
son (1768), 20. 536. 

Church, Charles, Mass. sheriff (1731), 
19. 27. 

Church, Joseph, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 394. 

Church, Thomas, History of King 
Philip's War (2d ed.), 3. 428 n. 

Church covenants, signatures to 
early N. Eng., 8. 271, 348. 

Church decoration with rushes, Book 
of Sports on, 19. 90. 

Church discipline in colon. N. Eng. 
See Sexual morality. 

Church Library Association, services 
of H. E. Scudder, 17. 160. 

Church of Disciples, Boston, 4. 326, 
331. 

Church of England, Va. records 
(1635), 3. 5; bishopric in N. S. 
(1788), 76; ''Non-Conformist's 
Oath" (c. 1665), 187-190; in N. S. 
(1769), 4. 68; address of New Lon- 
don Churchmen (1727), 6. 302; 
and lay administration, 6. 178; 
penalty of simony, 8. 507, 514- 
517; institution and induction of 
clergy, 514-515; in Boston (1686), 
13. 240, 253, 256, 410; in early 
N. H., 16. 176-181; Stiles on Am. 
episcopate (1775), 17. 281; com. 
on Am. episcopate (1777), 310; and 
causes of Am. Rev., 20. 140-142. 
See also Puritanism, Religion. 

Church of the Saviour, Boston, career, 
8. 294-295. 

Churchill, Captain, guest of Old Col- 
ony Club, 3. 443. 

Cilley. See also Ceeley. 

Cilley, Lieut. (?) Jonathan, in Va. 
campaign (1781), 6. 138. 

Cilley, Jonathan, Graves duel and 
aftermath in Congress, 12. 286- 
292. 

Cilley, Col. Joseph, in Sullivan's ex- 
pedition, 2. 464, 3. 128, 129; in 
Saratoga campaign, 106, 107; in 
Monmouth campaign, 114, 116; 
furlough, 123, 128. 



CINCINNATI-CLAP 



85 



Cincinnati, in 1836, 7. 284. 

Cincinnati, Order of the, letters of 
French officers to, 6. 160-164; 
Higginson on (1784), 8. 178; 
records of Mass. Soc. presented, 9. 
10; MS. copy of constitution, 10. 

Circourt, Comte Adolphe de, anec- 
dotes of Cavour, Napoleon III., 
Talleyrand, 16. 469-471. 

Circular Letter, Mass. General Court 
refuses to rescind, 10. 68. 

Circulars of M.H.S., bibliography, 6. 
211-214. 

Circus, in Boston (1771), 10. 29. 

Citizenship, of Am. bom Chinese, 18. 
172. See also Allegiance. 

Civil rights, French declaration and 
slavery, 2. 310, 318; royal instruc- 
tions on provincial, 8. 99, 100; 
habeas corpus in colonies, 231-235. 
See also Press. 

Civil service, Saltonstall and reform, 
11. 351-364; Washington on pat- 
ronage (1789), 12. 144; office- 
seekers (1789), 15. 128, 130; pat- 
ronage, 130, removing power, 132; 
Duane on Pa. patronage, 20. 265, 
273, 365-368; Johnson and pat- 
ronage, 433. 

Civil War, Comte de Paris's History, 
1. 64; irregular foreign missions 
(1861), 203-209, 13. 191-194; fac- 
sim. of Confederate seal, 2. 88; 
services of C. F. Adams, 3. 144-146, 
149-151; preparations in Mass., 
329-330,19.237; Bullock on pros- 
ecution, 3. 330; financial aspect, 
331-332 ; attitude of Border States, 
332; Emancipation Proclamation, 
333, 11. 239, 20. 247-253; Lin- 
coln's milit. capacity, 3. 334; 
patriotic envelopes, 4. 109, 9. 28, 
10. 292, 19. 224; Antietam, 7. 
40; Chancellorsville, 108-110; Mc- 
Clellan's Peninsular Campaign, 10. 
430-440; value of reminiscences, 
485; age of polit. leaders, 11. 231; 
Mass. Whigs and outbreak, 281; 
attitude of Democrats, 342-345; 
journal of C. B. Fox, 12. 342-344; 
pay of negro troops, 489; Laird 
rams, 13. 178-197; Ropes as his- 
torian of, 212, 216, 218, 222, 14. 
241; Appomattox, 13. 434, 20. 87- 
112, 553-555; C. F. Dunbar's edi-^ 
torials, 13. 430-435; effect of out- 
come on Brit, relations, 15. 190; 
burning of Columbia, 264-278, 19. 
341 n.; Trent affair, 16. 465, 18. 
141-142; naval preparations for 



war with England, 16, 467 ; Craven 
court-martial, 467; anecdotes of 
Sherman, 467; attitude of Queen 
Victoria, 17. 441-448, 18. 125-130, 
136-137, 142-154, 20. 464, 467; 
proper designation for, 18. 13; im- 
portance of moral issue, 55; atti- 
tude of Palmerston ministry, his- 
tory of proposed intervention 
(1862), 130-154, 20. 463-471; 
expectation as to Southern Union 
men (1861), 18. 141; Gladstone's 
Newcastle speech, 150-152, 20. 
465-467, 469-471; Leslie Ste- 
phen's pamphlet on London Times 
and, 18. 255; size of Confeder- 
ate army, 432-443, 19. 316-321; 
size in certain battles, 18. 443; 
Pres. Adams's paper on Rhodes's 
History, 19. 311-356; reason for 
Northern success, 314-334; in- 
fluence of slavery on Southern 
fighting force, 318; exhaustion of 
South, 321; causes of exhaustion, 
322-324; importance of naval 
phase, 324-326, 332; flaws in 
Southern reasoning, 326; under- 
valuation of North, 327, 329, 330; 
overvaluation of power of cotton, 
327-334; relative importance of 
Sherman's marches, 334-337; van- 
dalism, 337-341; Butler and Va. 
campaign (1864), 342-356 [see 
Butler, B. F., of Mass.]; inade- 
quate staff organization, 344 n., 20. 
159-160, 162; --foreign crises, 463; 
Granville's attitude, 468; Sum- 
ner's battle-flags resolution, 547. 
See also Alabama Claims, Rebellion 
Department, Secession. 

Civilization and savagery, paper on, 
17. 4-13; extermination of wdld 
animals, 4; exterminated and de- 
clining races, 5-8 ; Brit, rule in de- 
pendencies, 8-9 ; points of friction, 
9; savages as adult children, 10- 
13. 

Clagg (Glaye), Captain, killed at 
Isle-aux-Noix (1760), 4. 397, 5. 
368. 

Claiborne, William, in Va. county 
court (1632), 3. 4; trading in ship 
Africa, 4. 

Clairvoyance, instances, 20. 442. 

Clap. See also Clapp. 

Clap, Captain, innkeeper at Westfield 
(1760), 4. 388. 

Clap, Captain (1787), 16. 339. 

Clap, Elisha, Librarian M.H.S., a 
343. 



86 



CLAP-CLARK 



Clap, Roger, and command of Castle 

( 1686) , 13. 269 ; history of his MS., 

14. 15. 
Clap, Samuel, death (1708), 1. 160, 

14. 26. 
Clap, Mrs. Samuel, death, 14. 26. 
Clap, Thaddeus, Commencement part 

(1834), 5. 213; biog. note, 213 n. 
Clap, Rev. Thomas, and Isaac Watts, 

9. 396-398, 406. 

Clapham, Doctor, at Westfield (1760), 
4. 388. 

Clapham, Rev. Henoch, '' Brief e of 
the Bible," 5. 84; church in Am- 
sterdam, 6. 45 n. 

Clapham, Capt. John, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 390; appraises soldier's 
effects (1758), 6. 29. 

Clapp, Mary C. (Paine), 2. 101. 

Clapp, Joshua, subscription for M. H. S. 
building, 3. 291. 

Clapp, Salmer, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 151. 

Clapp, Thomas, office (1762), 2. 232. 

Clapp, William W., gift to M.H.S., 
6. 340, 7. 316. 

Clarendon, Sd earl of. See Cornbury. 

Clarendon, Edward Hyde, 1st earl of, 
letters to Winthrop (1664-65), on 
Royal Commission, 13. 454-456. 

Clarendon, George W. F. Villiers, 4th 
earl of, and privateering, 1. 25. 

Clark. See also Clarke, Clerk. 

Clark, (1655), 4. 273. 

Clark, Captain, at Cape Frangais 
(1793), 2. 343. 

Clark, Lieutenant, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 390. 

Clark, Sergeant, of Conn., at siege 
of Boston, 9. 41, 49, 64, 71, 72, 79, 
80, 86, 88, 89. 

Clark, Abraham, Signer, 1. 282. 

Clark, Andrew, in Boston society (c. 
1768), 10. 39. 

Clark, Rev. Andrew [Ox. U. 1879], ac- 
knowledgment to, 8. 344. 

Clark, Benjamin, absentee loyalist, 

10. 163. 

Clark, Benjamin, Boston juror (1789), 
19. 180. 

Clark, Charles E., gifts to M.H.S., 1. 
223, 4. 109. 

Clark, Christopher, purchases confis- 
cated Boston estates, 10. 170, 184. 

Clark, Daniel, complaint against 
Fitch (1698), 5. 297. 

Clark, Daniel, and Burr, 20. 297. 

Clark, Ebenezer, innkeeper at Med- 
field (1804), 2. 6, 32; (1795), 3. 41. 

Clark, F. W., photog, by, 6. 416. 



Clark, Sir Francis, captured at Free- 
man's Farm, 3. 107. 

Clark, George Rogers, news of suc- 
cess (1779), 3. 129; (1780), 19. 115. 

Clark, Major Joel, at siege of Bos- 
ton, 9. 45, 56, 62, 65, 67, 78, 79, 80, 
87. 

Clark, Dr. John [d. 1664], 3. 258; 
port, transferred to Medical Li- 
brary, 15. 26. 

Clark, Dr. John [H. C. 1687], and 
Council's assumption of control 
(1715), 15. 343-351; graduates, 
17. 58. 

Clark, Rev. John [H. C. 1690], death, 
14. 23. 

Clark, John, of Conn., letter to 
Winthrop (1702), 5. 300. 

Clark, John, of London, letter on 
Declaratory Act (1766), 11. 446. 

Clark, Dr. John, keeps a carriage 
(1768), 1. 225. 

Clark, John, of Conn., at siege of 
Boston, 9. 42. 

Clark, Lieut. John, of Mass., cap- 
tured at Quebec, 2. 295. 

Clark, John, Commencement part 
(1816) and biog. note, 5. 181, 
181 n. 

Clark, Rev. John A., 3. 301. 

Clark, John S., list of journals of Sul- 
livan's expedition, 2. 440, 441. 

Clark, Jonas, sea-captain (1692), 12. 
284. 

,Clark, Jonas [? d. 1738], certificate of 
church membership (1678), 11. 226. 

Clark, Jonathan, at siege of Boston 
(1775), 7. 410. 

Clark, Joseph, of Braintree, death 
(1708), 14. 26. 

Clark, Miriam [Mrs. Mason], 2. 5. 

Clark, Nathaniel, house, 3. 402 n. ; 
and Clark's Island (1687), 12. 346. 

Clark, Nathaniel, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151; char- 
acterized, 153. 

Clark, Thomas, immigrant (1623), 3. 
402 n. 

Clark, Thomas, of Ipswich, petition 
(1637), 3. 199. 

Clark, Rev. Thomas, preaches for 
Mather (1676), 13. 367. 

Clark, Lieut. Thomas, of Conn., com- 
plaint (1699), 5. 298. 

Clark, Walter, aedimus to (1687), 5. 
295. 

Clark, William, to hold court in 
Hampshire Co. (1686), 13. 271. 

Clark, William, justice of peace in 
Suffolk Co. (1708), 16. 523. 



CLARK-CLARKE 



87 



Clark, William [b. 1670], 8. 220; sub- 
scribes to Merchants' Notes (1733), 
17. 207. 

Clark, Rev, William, on sufferings as 
loyalist, 12. 153. 

Clark University, services of G. F. 
Hoar, 19. 260; of Stephen Salis- 
bury, 20. 415. 

Clarke. See also Clark, Clerk. 

Clarke, Lieutenant, on com. on war 
expenses (1676), 12. 402. 

Clarke, Col. (?) Alured, in Boston 
(1776), 10. 97. 

Clarke, Anna (Huidekoper), 4. 325. 

Clarke, Barnabas, 4. 47. 

Clarke, David, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366. 

Clarke, Edward, prize case (1752), 
5. 98. 

Clarke, Edward, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 392, 396, 401; biog. note, 
404 n. 

Clarke, Edward [H. C. 1788], men- 
tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary 
(1787-88), 16. 305, 313, 320, 407; 
biog. note, 320 n. ; graduates, 440. 

Clarke, Edward H., and F. E. 
Walker, 3. 248. 

Clarke, Elizabeth (Watson), 3. 404 n. 

Clarke, George K., acknowledgment 
to, 20. 596 n. 

Clarke, Hepzibah [Mrs. Swan], 4. 47. 

Clarke, James Freeman, Memoir 
OF Wm. Newell, 1. 72-74; list 
of publications (1884-86), 170, 2. 
392; on John Brown, 1. 216-219, 
2. 122; Memoir of R. W. Emer- 
son, 107-117; remarks, 171, 305; 
gifts to M.H.S., 3. 12, 283, 4. 
46; on Mrs. Swan, 47-48; death, 
143; M.H.S. tributes to, 144-147, 
340; in M.H.S., 144; in college, 
145, 322; personal influence, 145; 
as author, 146; and slavery, 146, 
324, 325, 334; altruism, 146; Me- 
moir by A. P. Peabody, 320-335; 
ancestry and birth, 320; and 
James Freeman, 320-321; char- 
acter, 321; baptism, 321; educa- 
tion, 321; and Margaret Fuller, 
323; in Divinity School, 323; 
teacher, 323 ; at Louisville, 324-325 ; 
and duelling, 324; magazine ed- 
iting, 324, 332; marriage, 325; 
Boston church, 325-327, 331; and 
Theo. Parker, 326; illness (1850), 
326; decline, 327; death, 327; re- 
ligion, 328-330; as preacher, 330- 
331; as pastor, 331; writings, 332, 
334-335; educ. services, 333; and 



astronomy, 333; and Harvard, 
333; honorary degree, 333; and 
civic duties, 334; reprinted M.H.S. 
paper, 6. 224; Autobiography, 404; 
(2> ^ ^ poem (1846), 9. 141, 141 n.; 
Henry Lee's characterization, 19. 
252. 

Clarke, Dr. John [d. 1676], of R. L, 
relig. persecution, 1. 242. 

Clarke, John, of Townsend, in Am. 
army (1775), 12. 106. 

Clarke, John, port, presented, 4. 110; 
memoir, 7. 122 ; and Boston Maga- 
zine, 18. 326; article on Boston, 
328; mentioned in Price letters, 
17. 323, 335; letter to Rich. Price 
(1786) on Mosaism, Adams, 345; 
biog. note, 345 n. 

Clarke, Joseph, of London (1665), 

13. 19. 

Clarke, Lucy [Mrs. Fiske], 16. 412 n. 

Clarke, Martha (Curtis), 4. 47, 320. 

Clarke, Nathaniel, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 152. 

Clarke, Patty [Mrs. Harris], 16. 409, 
409 n. 

Clarke, Rebecca P. (Hull), 4. 320. 

Clarke, Richard, short passage to 
Eng, 10. 52 n. ; and Molasses 
Act, 60; on com. on address 
to Hutchinson (1771), 77; imports 
tea (1773), 79; attack on house, 
80; and Merchants' Notes (1733), 
17. 191, 192, 196, 207. 

Clarke, Samuel, of London, Commis- 
sioner of Customs (1703), 4. 148. 

Clarke, Samuel [1], of Boston, and 
Wm. Dennie, 4. 47; death (1780), 
320; purchases confiscated Boston 
estate, 10.. 166, 168. 

Clarke, Samuel [2], 4. 320. 

Clarke, Samuel, Philadelphia Naval 
Officer, 20. 381. 

Clarke, T., brief in prize case (1743), 
5. 88. 

Clarke, Thomas, of present Nashua, 
house lot (1684), 9. 193, 194. 

Clarke, Rev. Thomas, of Chelmsford, 
death (1704), 1. 157, 14. 23. 

Clarke. Thomas, Dep.-Sec. of Mass. 
(17^), 6. 31. 

Clarke, Thomas, of Roxbury, non- 
consumption agreement (1786), 8. 
497; candidacy for register (1791), 

14. 72, 74 n. 

Clarke, William, inventory of goods 
of John Winthrop, Jr. (1635), 11. 
4-6. 

Clarke, William, of Plymouth, Indian 
attack on house (1676), 13. 402. 



CLARKE-CLINTON 



Clarke family, coat of arms, 4. 

109. 
Clark's Island, Mass., facsim. of 

original survey, 12. 346. 
Clark's Tavern, Medfield, 19. 383. 
Clarkson, Miss, of Philadelphia 

(1804), 2. 13. 
Clarkson, Matthew, Sec. of N. Y. 

(1693), 12. 393. 
Clarkson, Rebecca, record of mar- 
riage to Storre (1619), 8. 510. 
Class distinctions, and coat armor, 

14. 428-429, 434; in colon. N. 

Eng., 19. 175. See also Social 

conditions. 
Claussen, D., merchant at Messina, 7. 

321. 
Claverack, N. Y. (1777), 6. 100. 
Clay, Cassius M., interference with 

Eng. mission, 16. 465. 
Clay, Clement C, and censure of 

Stanberry (1832), 19. 524. 
Clay, Henry, ports., 1. 31, 10. 126; 

Garrison on, 2. 424; and Texas, 3. 

326; nomination (1832), 6. 466; 

campaigns (1832, '44), 11. 131, 135; 

altercation with Choate, 133; and 

Cuba (1825), 12. 361, 363; sepa- 
rated senatorial elections, 13. 315; 

and second Mo. Compromise, 450; 

compromise tariff, 14. 356, 19. 

514; papers, 18. 465; appearance 

(1812), 19. 376; tariff clash with 

Adams (1831), 508-510, 513; and 

tariff of 1832, 523, 526; and Benton 

526 n. 
Clay, Joseph, and Wm. Duane, 20. 

346, 347. 
Clayes, Capt. (?) Elijah, court-martial 

(1778), 3. 113. 
Clayes, Capt. (?) Peter, in Va. cam- 
paign (1781), 6. 135. 
Claypoole. See also Clepole. 
Claypoole, David C, prints Journals 

of Cong., 3. 377. 
Clayton. See also Cleaton. 
Clayton, Augustin S., and Adams 

(1832), 19. 519. 
Clayton, John M., papers, 18. 338. 
Cleaton, George, exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 51. 
Cleave, , and Franklin's affairs, 

16. 195, 196, 
Cleeve, George, claim to Wells (1648), 

2. 157. 
Cleford, Stephen, milit. watch (1689), 

1. 162. 
Cleisthenes, constitution, 6. 386. 
Clement, Edward Henry, elected a 

member M.H.S., 20. 22. 



Clement, Gregory, grant of Bahamas 

(1650), 13. 5; career, 30. 
Clement, Jeremiah, of Norwich, at 

Am. camp (1775), 9. 79. 
Clemowe, Nicholas, of Eng., 1. 136. 
Clepole, Elizabeth (Cromwell), 2. 256. 
Clepole, Sir John, exploded coat of 

arms, 2. 256; arms restored, 256. 
Clepole, John [2], 2. 256. 
Clerk. See also Clark, Clarke. 
Clerk, Sergeant, at Cherry Valley, 2. 

457. 
Clerk, Anna [Mrs. Cocky], exile in 

Amsterdam (1598), 6. 51. 
Clerk, Elizabeth (Taylor), 6. 61. 
Clerk, John, exile in Amsterdam 

(1600), 6. 51. 
Clerk, Capt. Thomas, of Boston, death 

(1678), 7. 171. 
Clerk, Ursula (Dean), 6. 51. 
Clerk, W., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 51. 
Cleaveland, Col. Samuel, attack on, 

10. 89. 
Cleveland. See also Cleaveland. 
Cleveland, Charles, port., 3. 283; 

longevity, 7. 346. 
Cleveland, Grover, port., 2. 394; at 

Harvard 250th anniversary, 3. 101 ; 

Venezuelan diplomacy, 15. 191. 
Cleveland, H. G., port., 3. 283. 
Cleveland, Henry R., address on 

music at Harvard (1840), 5. 230; 

and Jackson's LL.D., 20. 510. 
Cleveland, Moses, at Am. camp 

(1775), 9. 89. 
Cleveland, Sergt.-Major William, at 

siege of Boston, 9. 57, 62. 
Clevenger, Shobal V., bust of Web- 
ster, 2. 265. 
Cleverly, , of Braintree, death 

(1703), 14. 22. 
Cleverly, John, death of children 

(1702, '08), 14. 21, 25. 
Cleverly, Thomas F., on site of Wessa- 

gusset, 7. 26. 
Clifford. See also Cleford. 
Clifford, John Henry, Washington 

Monument appeal, 2. 143; in 

M.H.S. group pictures (1869), 3. 

vii.; (1858), 6. 77; M.H.S. cir- 
cular letter (1854), 213; at Ply- 
mouth anniversary (1845), 10. 

400; and L. F. Brigham, 16. 535. 
Clift, Capt. Waterman, at siege of 

Boston, 9. 47, 77. 
Clifton. See also Clyfton. 
CHfton, Francis (1665), 1. 138. 
Clinton, De Witt, Jon. Mason on 

(1804), 2. 8; candidacy (1812), 20. 

353. 



CLINTON-COBB 



89 



Clinton, George, Anti-Federalist, 17. 
480. 

Clinton, Sir Henry, secret journal on 
John Sullivan considered, 1. 47- 
64; in command, 3. 15; and loy- 
alist corps, 66; advance up Hud- 
son (1777), 109; displaced by 
Carleton, 130; and Cochrane's 
proposed corps, 6. 439 ; despatches 
to Yorktown, 441, 519; arrives at 
Boston (1775), 10. 93; starts for 
South (1776), 94. 

Clinton, Gen. James, orders troops 
from Cherry Valley, 2. 453; force 
at Lake Otsego, 458-461; on Sus- 
quehanna, 461-464; union with 
SulUvan, 464. 

Clive, Robert, haron, book owned by, 
7. 362. 

Clobery, William, Hudson River trade 
(c. 1634), 1. 248. 

Clock. See Klock. 

Clopton, William (1669), 1. 137. 

Clough, Ebenezer, cane, 15. 45. 

Clough, Capt. Jeremiah, at siege of 
Boston, 10. 495-496. 

Clough, Samuel, almanac (1701), 
17. 24. 

Club of Odd Volumes, gifts to M.H.S., 
4. 351, 16. 145. 

Clubs, pre-Rev. Boston, 10. 38-39. 

Clutterbuck, Will, sea-captain 
(1690), 7. 153, 154; death, 164; 
in Phips's Quebec expedition, 15. 
307, 311. 

Clyde, Col. Samuel, at Cherry Valley, 
2. 448, 454, 457. • 

Clyfton, Mrs. Anna, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 51. 

Clyfton, Edward, exile in Amsterdam 
(1615), 6. 51. 

Clyfton, John, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 51. 

Clyfton, Mary, exile in Amsterdam 
(1615), 6. 51. 

Clyfton, Richard, in Amsterdam 
(1616), 6. 43,51. 

Clymer, George, on congressional com. 
on finances, 1. 60; and vote on 
Independence, 275; Signer, 282. 

Coal, prices in Md. (1836), 7. 267; 
Cumberland mines, 268; at Wheel- 
ing, 272. 

Coast Survey maps, 13. 448. 

Coat armor, exploded arms of Round- 
heads, 2. 249-257 ; surviving royal, 
of Am. colonies (with plates), 4. 
254-264; of Erving family, 5. 10; 
interest of W. H. Whitmore, 14. 
268; papers on, 427-437, 16. 163- 



166; origin, 14. 427, 435, 15. 163; 
College of Arms, 14. 428, 15. 163 ; 
visitations, 14. 428; and social 
rank, 428-429, 434; plan for U. S. 
College of Arms, 429-430, 435; 
authentic, in U. S., 430-431, 15. 
164-165 ; John Coles and fictitious, 
14. 431-434, 15. 165-166; Am. 
system for milit. service, 14. 436- 
437. 

Coates, Elizabeth [Mrs. Greenleaf], 
biog. note, 16. 372 n. ; J. Q. Adams 
on (1788), 372, 379; mentioned, 
382, 442. 

Cobb, Abby (Crocker), 7. 320. 

Cobb, Aurelia L. (Beattie), 7. 321. 

Cobb, Austin, 7. 318. 

Cobb, Gen. David, letter to Gov. 
Bowdoin (1786) on Shays's Re- 
bellion, 1. 76; career, 7. 318-320; 
candidacy for Congress, 16. 20. 

Cobb, David G.' W., career, 7. 320. 

Cobb, Eleanor (Bradish), 7. 320. 

Cobb, Ephraim, on Plymouth Com. 
of Corresp., 3. 440 n. 

Cobb, Isaac E., Commencement part 
(1814) and biog. note, 6. 179, 179 n. 

Cobb, John, 7. 318. 

Cobb, Jonathan H., Commencement 
part (-1817) and biog. note, 5. 
182 n. 

Cobb, Mrs. Julia C, miniatures owned 
by, 19. 15. 

Cobb, Richard, subscription to Bos- 
ton dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Cobb, Samuel Crocker, communi- 
cates letter on Shays's Rebellion, 
1. 76; on M.H.S. Auditing Com. 
(1884, '88), 77, 4. 77; report, 118; 
elected to M.H.S. Council (1884, 
'85), 1. 180, 2. 80; presents gift 
from R. T. Paine, 101; and port, 
of R. C. Winthrop, 119; on com. 
on Sibley Bequest, 170; on com. 
on pub. commemorating centen- 
nial of Washington's inaugura- 
tion, 4. 236, 336; on Nominating 
Com. (1889), 309; report, 366; 
at centenary of Washington's in- 
auguration, 371; on Chas. Deane, 
5. 132-133; M.H.S. tributes to, 6. 
351-359; in M.H.S., 351, 358; 
training, 352; mercantile voyages 
and enterprises, extracts from 
journal, 352, 7. 320-323; as city 
official, 6. 353, 355-357, 7. 323- 
327; as insurance actuary, 6. 353, 
357, 7. 328; character, 6. 353- 
354, 357, 7. 329; patriotisnx, 6. 
356; gifts to M.H.S., 416; Me- 



90 



COBB-COFFIN 



MOiR by J. M. Bugbee, 7. 318- 
330; PORT, and autog., 318; an- 
cestry, 318-320; birth, 320; mar- 
riage, 321; politics, 323; and re- 
vision of Boston charter, 325-326; 
bank president, 327; other offices, 
328; as pubUc speaker, 329; 
homes, 329; health, 329; death, 
329; diary, 330; port, presented, 
16. 146. 

Cobb, Rev. Sylvanus, and litho- 
graph of Maiden's Instructions, 1. 
336. 

Cobb, William H., acknowledgment 
to, 12. 411. 

Cobb, William W., non-consumption 
agreement (1786), 8. 497. 

Cobbe, Frances P., hymn, 17. 137. 

Cobbett, Rev. Thomas, at Lynn, 2. 
47; notes of sermons by (1645), 
5. 435; son returns from Indian 
captivity (1677), 405; death, 410; 
and Wenham-Chelmsford matter, 
(1655), 12. 323; answer to ques- 
tion of General Court (1676), 13. 
369. 

Cobbett, William, and Priestley, 3. 
19, 29, 31. 

Cobden, Richard, and right of seces- 
sion, 19. 278, 20. 484; Gladstone 
on, 475. 

Cobled Hill, Somerville, 10. 549. 

Coburn. See also Colburn. 

Coburn, Lieut. (Capt.) Asa, furlough 
(1778), 2. 443; ^oes to Fort Herki- 
mer, 453; at siege of Boston, 9. 
73. 

Cocheco, N. H., Maverick on (1660), 
1. 234. 

Cochran, Captain, at Newburyport 
(1787), 16. 326. 

Cochran, Doctor, of Louisville (1836), 
7. 287. 

Cochrane, Sir Alexander, at New 
Orleans, 13. 418. 

Cochrane, Capt. Charles, connec- 
tions, 6. 433, 519; career to 1774, 
434; memorial of service in Am. 
Rev., 434-439; proposals for rais- 
ing a corps, 439-441; service at 
Yorktown, killed, 441-442, 519. 

Cock. See CJocke, Cook, Cox. 

Cockburn, Sir Alexander, at Geneva 
Arbitration, 20. 473. 

Cocke, John H., and Univ. of Va. 
(1819), 14. 395. 

Cocke, William, career, 13. 313. 

Cocket, Edward, salary (1686), 13. 
283. 

Cockey. See also Cocky. 



Cockey, Edward, Anti-Federalist, 17. 
507. 

Cockle, James, suspended as col- 
lector, 10. 60. 

Cockle, John, and Writs of Assistance, 
12. 193. 

Cockonshawit, Scatacook chief, 6. 
378-381. 

Cockroaches as book worms, 8. 107- 
108. 

Cocky, Anna (Clerk), 6. 51. 

Cocky, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam, 
6.51. 

Coddington, Nathaniel, Assistant, 2. 
151, 152. 

Coddington, Gov. William, and John 
Winthrop, 4. 273; disposal of 
Braintree land, 7. 22. 

Codex Flatoyensis, as source on Vin- 
land, 4. 42. 

Godman, Charles Russell, elected 
a member M.H.S., 8. 173; on 
Leverett Saltonstall, 10. 146-147; 
elected to M.H.S. Council (1896- 
98), 10. 573, 11. 335, 12. 190; 
Memoir of Leverett Salton- 
stall, 11. 337-366; on Nominat- 
ing Com. (1899, 1901), 13. 1, 15. 
2; reports, 13. 80, 15. 15; presents 
report of Council (1899), 13. 63- 
66; on House Com. (1899), 165; 
remarks, 16. 232. 

Codman, Edward, subscription to 
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Codman, George, in Edinburgh 
(1809), 18. 312. 

Codman, Herffy, subscription for 
M.H.S. building, 3. 291. 

Codman, John [1], purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estates, 10. 170, 
176. 

Godman, John [2], at Harvard Com- 
mencements (1830-46), 6. 202, 
226, 230, 250; Harvard D.D. 
(1840), 230; at bicentenary of N. 
Eng. Confed., 19. 361. 

Codman, Mary A. [Mrs. Ropes], 14. 
229. 

Codman, Robert, Commencement 
spread (1844), 5. 245. 

Codman, Stephen, of Charlestown 
(1690), 7. 152; sloop, 160, 162. 

Codman, Thomas, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 152. 

Coeyman's Overslaugh, N. Y. (1777), 
6. 100. 

Coffin, , innkeeper at Cavendish, 

Vt. (1776), 6. 87, 

Coffin, Mrs., of Newburyport (1788), 
16. 389. 



COFFIN-COLBURN 



91 



Coffin, Colonel (1777), 2. 236. 

Coffin/ Brocklebank Samuel, 18. 259. 

Coffin, Charles [H. C. 1785], 16. 326, 
364; biog. note, 364 n. 

Coffin, Charles [H. C. 1793], at Har- 
vard Commencement (1822), 5. 
190. 

Coffin, Clarissa [Mrs. Rogers], 3. 142. 

Coffin, Elizabeth [Mrs. Amory], 5. 
342; wedding, 10. 37. 

Coffin, Francis, subscription to Bos- 
ton dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Coffin, Grace (Parkman), 8. 536. 

Coffin, Harriot, work on ancestry, 

9. 22. 

Coffin, Sir Isaac, 3. 211; Amory's 

biog., 279. 
Coffin, John, absentee loyalist, 10. 

163 ; confiscated Boston estate, 

170. 
Coffin, Joshua, and Longfellow, 20. 

573. 
Coffin, Nathaniel, milit. watch (1689), 

1. 162. 
Coffin, Paul, Harvard D.D. (1812), 

5. 177; mentioned, 7. 46. 
Coffin, Peleg, 4. 128; candidacy for 

Congress, 16. 20, 
Coffin, Peter, in N. H. Council, 8. 93; 

justice of peace (1686), 13. 231. 
Coffin, Rooksby [Mrs. Harris], 3. 

211. 
Coffin, Capt, Shubael, brings news 

of repeal of Stamp Act, 10. 62; 

hrings tea, 81, 82. 
Coffin, Thomas Aston, letter to Ed. 
. Winslow (1805) on Trafalgar, 3. 

88. 
Coffin, Tristram, loyal petition (1666), 

6. 471. 

Coffin, William [1], member of 
"Possee," 10. 38; in Trinity 
Church vestry, 89. 

Coffin, William [2], at funeral of 
Ed. Winslow, 3. 93; letter to 
Pepperrell (1746) on desire for 
service, 6. 250; absentee loyalist, 

10. 163. 

Cogan, Andrew, delinquent, estate 

sold (1649), 13. 31. 
Coggeshall, John, dedimus to (1687), 

5. 295. 

Coggeshall, Mrs. Thomas, of Newport, 

7. 345. 

Coggin, William, wounded (1758), 

6. 33. 

Coghill, -, of Ireland (1778), 3. 15. 

Cogswell, Elizabeth (Thompson), 17. 

77. 
Cogswell, Esther, death, 17. 79, 81. 



Cogswell, Hannah [Mrs. Waldo], 17. 
77. 

Cogswell, Hezekiah, appeal for aid of 
N. S. church, 4. 69. 

Cogswell, Dr. (*?) James, at siege of 
tJo&ton, 9. 63, 66. 

Cogswell, John [1], petition (1637), 
3. 199; immigrant, 17. 77, 81; 
letters to, from Eng. (1653-61) 
on family affairs, 78-81, 86; 
wrecked, 82-83. 

Cogswell, John [2], 17. 78, 81, 84; 
letter to father (1653), 86; suit of 
heirs, 81, 84. 

Cogswell, John [3], suit, 17. 84, 87. 

Cogswell, Joseph G., Round Hill 
School, 10. 209-210; at Gottingen, 
12. 366; on German and Am. edu- 
cation, 369. 

Cogswell, Major Thomas, in army at 
Providence (1779), 6. 121. 

Cogswell, William, suit against 
(1676), 17. 84, 86. 

Cogswell, William, at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1841), 5. 234. 

Cohasset, Mass., on early map, 1. 211; 
Maverick's account (1660), 242. 

Cohens vs. Virginia, reception of de- 
cision, 14. 327-331. 

Coins, from Savage's collection, 2. 
168; farthing of William IV., 395; 
cent of 1837, 3. 282; Hamburg 
schilling (1765), 4. 110; half-cents, 
350; Mass. (1780), 16. 146; Apple- 
ton Collection, 19. 300, 20. 229- 
230, 420, 550. See also Medals, 
Money. 

Coit, Martha [Mrs. Hubbard, Mrs. 
Greene], 14. 68 n. 

Coit, Oliver, at Am. camp (1775), 
9. 80. 

Coit, Sarah L. [Mrs. Scudder], 17. 
143. 

Coit, Thomas, at Am. camp (1775), 
9. 45. 

Coit, Capt. William, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 47, 54, 59. 

Coke, Sir John, letters from Emman- 
uel Downing (1633-34) on N. Eng. 
affairs, 8. 370-372, 383-387. 

Coke, Thomas W., visit to (1831), 
19. 475. 

Coke upon Littleton, J. Q. Adams on, 
16. 357, 392. 

Colbum. See also Cobum. 

Colburn,' Andrew, killed at Freeman's 
Farm, 3.106. 

Colburn, John, death, 14. 24. 

Colburn, Marcus, at Plymouth an- 
niversary (1845), 10. 396. 



92 



COLBURN-COLLIER 



Colburn, William, in Am. army, 12. 
100; death (1776), 102; minute- 
man, 104. 

Colby, Anthony, petition (1637), 3. 
199. 

Colchester, Conn., milit. petition 
(1703), 5. 300. 

Colchester, Va., inn (1805), 2. 33; in 
1781, 6. 136. 

Colden, Cadwallader, and practice of 
medicine, 1. 44; on dedication 
of statue of George III., 4. 292; 
on non-importation mob (1770), 
6. 402; letter from Abercrombie 
(1775), 11. 305; post-office atfairs, 
16. 205, 211, 218. 226, 227, 229. 

Colden, Cadwallader D., and alleged 
Sharpless ports., 3. 183. 

Coldwell. See also Caldwell. 

Cold well, William, signs Wyoming 
capitulation (1778), 3. 342. 

Cole, , and Lord Cutts (1694), 

2. 176. 

Cole, , innkeeper at Warren, R. I. 

(1801), 4. 135. 
Cole, Lieutenant, at siege of Boston, 

9.83. 
Cole, Benjamin, death at Wyoming, 

3. 345. 

Cole, Col. Edward, warrant for loyalist 

corps, 2. 238. 
Cole, John, of Charlestown, 7. 170. 
Cole, Samuel, on Plymouth Com. of 

Corresp., 3. 440 n. 
Cole, Thomas, at class reunion (1848), 

5. 255-258. 

Cole, Mrs. Ursula, death, 7. 170. 

Coleman. See also Colman. 

Coleman, Benjamin, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 172. 

Coleman, Jeremiah, death at Wyom- 
ing, 3. 346. 

Coleman, Jesse, death at Wyoming, 
3. 346. 

Coleman, William, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 172. 

Coleridge, Samuel T., marginalia on 
Jefferson's writings, 5. 315. 

Coles, Edward, memoir, 4. 38; port, 
presented, 110. 

Coles, John, as painter of fictitious 
coat armor, 14. 432-434. 

Coles, Robert, fined (1631), 1. 
369. 

Coley, Samuel, and relic of statue of 
George III., 4. 297. 

Colgate, Widow, exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 51. 

Coligny, Gaspard de, photog. of 
memorial to, 9. 28. 



Collections of M. H. S.,Trumhull Papers, 

1. 77, 174, 177, 252, 359, 374, 2. 67, 
73, 76, 265, 391, 400, 4. 105, 115, 
118, 147, 356, 15. 25, 16. 251, 17. 
75, 210, 224, 227; SewalV s Letter- 
Book, 1. 121, 176, 180, 2. 75, 391, 
399, 3. 2, 279, 287, 296, 4. 114, 191, 
355; lack of progress, 1. 171; 
funds used for publishing, 173, 174, 

2. 72, 399, 3. 284, 294-296, 4. 54, 
118, 6. 448, 6. 414, 8. 188, 9. 30, 
10. 129, 567, 11. 328, 14. 130, 133, 
17. 227, 20. 209; Pickering Papers 
and Index, 1. 174,- 2. 72, 396, 400, 

3. 277, 4. 77, 359, 5. 445, 6. 187-190, 
411, 9. 97, 10. 553, 564, 567; Win- 
throp Papers, 3. 201-202, 4. 118, 
336, 5. 445, 448, 6. 414, 7. 379, 
457-465, 8. 191; by-laws on, 4. 
234, 235; amendment to by-laws, 
372, 409-411; responsible editor, 
6. 153; Belknap Papers, 347, 445, 
448, 6. 350, 411, 414, 7. 10, 8. 252; 
plan and publication, 6. 204-206; 
articles reprinted, 221-247, 343- 
348; memoirs in, 7. 121-125; 
Belcher Papers, 8. 52, 188, 192, 
252, 9. 11, 30, 35, 10. 134; carrier's 
address (1796), 8. 266-267; Low- 
ell's criticism, 494; Bowdoin and 
Temple Papers, 11. 286-299, 328, 
331, 12. 172, 20. 201; Pepperrell 
Papers, 12. 9, 172, 13. 164, 14. 133, 
137; character of early vols., 12. 
163; range, 166; Jefferson Papers, 
13. 142, 14. 130, 296, 15. 40 ; general 
table of contents desired, 14. 148; 
Heath Papers, 18. 297, 447, 19. 219, 
303, 389, 20. 209, 223. 

College of Arms. See Coat ar- 
mor. 

Colleges. See Education, and col- 
leges and universities by name. 

Collet, Alice (Thomas | Howarth), Pil- 
grim at Leyden, 17. 177. 

Collet, Anna (Harris), Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 181. 

Collet, Henry, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 177. 

Colleton, Sir Peter, grant of Bahamas, 
13. 15. 

Collgell, Henry, exile in Amsterdam 
(1603), 6. 51. 

Collicot, Hannah, death, 13. 364. 

Collier. See also Colyer. 

Collier, , expelled from Harvard 

(173 IX, 5. 404. 

Collier, Hannah, absentee loyalist, 
10. 163. 

Collier, John, insane (1686), 13. 230. 



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93 



Collier, Jonathan, of Groton, funeral, 
12. 89. 

Collier, William, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 152. 

Collingwood, Dorothj^, 6. 197. 

Collins, Major, at Carisbrooke Castle, 
Isle of Wight (1698), 2. 190. 

Collins, Abigail [Mrs Willet, Mrs. 
Hammond], 7. 150. 

Collins, Deacon Edward, of Cam- 
bridge, autog., 8. 281. 

Collins, Edward, of Medford (1665), 
7. 150. 

Collins, Henry, exile in Amsterdam 
(1608), 6. 51. 

Collins, Capt. John, in Boston society 
(1775), 10. 91. 

Collins, John, succored by Crevecoeur, 
20. 47, 52, 53. 

Collins, Margaret (Greenwich), exile 
in Amsterdam (1608), 6. 53. 

Collins, N. F., of Ga., 20. 515. 

Collins, Rev. Nathaniel, Mather's 
Elegy, 12. 388. 

CoUins, William, on Northern Lights, 
2. 104. 

Colman. See also Coleman. 

Colman, Colonel, stage-house in Bos- 
ton (1787), 16. 314. 

Colman, Anna [Mrs. Smith], exile in 
Amsterdam (1610), 6. 51. 

Colman, Rev. Benjamin, in Harvard 
Corporation, 5. 411; fast for rain 
(1714), 8. 224; letters from Isaac 
Watts (1723-47) on interchange of 
sermons, books, etc., 9. 331-334, 
336-410; discourse on baptism of 
Monis, 338; Eng. ed. of Sermons 
(1728), 342; sermon on Cotton 
Mather, 343; on Solomon Stod- 
dard, 344; and Scotch Missionary 
Soc, 345; Glasgow honorary de- 
gree, 345; and Shute, 345; and 
Saml. Holden, 346, 379, 380, 387; 
sermon on death of daughter, 348; 
on Thos. Steel, 350 ; books sent to, 
366; on use of specie in Mass., 
369 n. ; sermon on Peter Thacher, 
370; Withered Hand, 370, 385, 390; 
and marriage of second daughter, 
382, 407; —^'Faithful Advice from 
Several Ministers," 526, 17. 29; 
letters from Geo. Whitefield (1742- 
47), 10. 299-302, 427; from Ed- 
wards (1744) on hymn singing, 
429; funeral sermon on Sec. Ad- 
dington, 12. 233 n. ; and Council's 
assumption of control (1715), 
15.342,354; and JohnHigginson, 16. 
515; Pelham's mezzotint, 18. 238. 



Colman, Rev. Henry, B K prayer 
(1814), 9. 115; biog. note, 115 n. 

Colman, Margaret (Greenwich), 6. 53. 

Colman, (?) Stephen, soldier, exe- 
cuted (1781), 6. 136. 

Colmer, Abraham, settlement, 1. 234. 

Cologne, G. E. Ellis on, 10. 223 ; O. B. 
Frothingham on cathedral, 517. 

Colonies. See next title and Civiliza- 
tion. 

Colonies, English- American, Quary's 
report on ilhcit trade (1708), 4. 147- 
155 ; royal memorials and emblems, 
239-264 ; London Gazette as source, 
291 ; bequests for transporting poor 
children to (1640-42), 5. 264 ; Tower 
Collection of Laws, 6.419; royal and 
parliamentary control over, 8. 127, 
130-137 ; and habeas corpus act of 
1679, 233-234; Voltaire's account, 
13. 158-161; Plymouth as first 
family colony, 18. 372-375; punish- 
ments in, 19. 190. See also divi- 
sions, colonies, and wars by name. 

Colonization Society, J. Q. Adams on, 
15. 467, 472. 

Colony, use of title in Massachusetts 
(1775-1776), 1. 192, 196-199. 

Colrain, Mass., Indian attack (1746), 
5. 115. 

Colson, Jane [Mrs. Norwayer], exile 
in Amsterdam (1607), 6. 51. 

Colt, Elisha, at siege of Boston, 9. 69. 

Colombia, Wm. Duane on conditions 
(1824), 20. 386. 

Columbia, S. C, under carpet-bag 
govt., 1. 402; burning of, 15. 264- 
276, 19. 341 n.; Sherman's and 
Hampton's accts. discredited, 15. 
265-270; mob responsibility, 270- 
276; effect of wind, 275. 

Columbia. See Gray (Robert). 

'^ Columbia," early use of name, 2. 
159-165,17. 16; '^Columbina" use 
by Sewall and Fuller, 2. 161 ; use in 
Cave's reports of debates in Parlia- 
ment, 163 ; use by Phillis Wheatley, 
163 ; by Dwight, 164 ; by Freneau, 
164 ; first appearance in legislation, 
165. 

Columbia College, in 1812, 19. 371. 

Columbia River, Gray's discovery, 7. 
419-420; earlier notices of, 420- 
421. 

Columbian Centinel, prints census of 
1765, 4. 138; and election of 1806, 
20. 13-15, 19. 

Columbian Exposition, C. F. Adams 
on aspects, 8. 305-312. 

Columbian Museum, 19. 8. 



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COLUMBIAN ORDER-COIVIMITTEES OF M.H.S. 



Columbian Order. See Tammany. 

*'Columbina," term used by Sewall 
and Fuller, 2. 161. 

Columbus, Christopher, plans and 
questions as to quater-cente- 
nary, 1. 363, 5. 284; monument 
in Boston proposed, 1. 364-365; 
neglected by Catholic people, 
2. 160; honors in Am., 160; early 
uses of term ''Columbia," 161-165; 
M.H.S. and tercentenary, 5. 283- 
284; editions and copies of first 
letter, 306, 318, 6. 382-385, 
7. 18; memorial at Pa via, 6. 33; 
Cabot mappe-monde on, 329; first 
Eng. reference to, 7. 353; charac- 
ter and claim to greatness, 8. 24-27, 
41, 47, 49; as crusader, 32-33 ; Las 
Casas's opinion, 49; and Indian 
slavery, 49; knowledge of conti- 
nental barrier, 68, 74; abandons 
Asiatic theory, 11. 375; Edwin's 
engraving, 19. 6. 

Colyer. See also Collier. 

Colyer, Anne, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 51. 

Colyer, G., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 51. 

Combe. See also Combs, Coombes, 
Coombs. 

Combe, Sir Richard, exploded coat 
of arms, 2. 250. 

Combe, Tobias, exploded coat of 
arms, 2. 250. 

Combs, Andrew, of Wethersfield, 
2. 147. 

Comet, slave-trade case, 15. 465. 

Comets, of 1853, 1. 408; OUverand 
Priestley on, 3. 13 ; Danforth on, 
of 1665, 9. 423; of 1769, 10. 59. 

Comins, Lucy [Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. 
Paige], 15. 254. 

Commens, Reverend, sermon (1775), 
12. 82. 

Commerce. — See also analyzed ref- 
erences under Acts of Trade, 
Boston Port Bill, Customs, 
Marine, Slave-trade, Tariff, Trans- 
portation. — Shays's RebeUion and 
free trade, 1. 300; of N. Y. and 
Phila. (1804), 2. 11; of Rich- 
mond (1804), 19; Mass. with 
Spain (1760), 229; Newport 
(1777), 235-236, 238; pre-Rev. 
non-importation, 481-486, 10. 65- 
68,72,73; with Indians, 3. 5; Am. 
intercolon. (1651), 6-7; depend- 
ence of N. Eng., on fisheries, 4. 52; 
Barbadoes and Guinea Co. (1664), 
280; colon. N. Eng., wdth Span. 
Main, 5. 114; Barbadoes-N. Eng. 



(1674), 7. 13, 16-17; fur-trade, 416, 
417, 12. 213-214; Boston-West In- 
dian (1692-94), 7. 164-166; royal 
instructions concerning provincial, 
8. 102, 105; Hugh Peter's proposals, 
120; conditions of Am. (1784), 
178; Downing on N. Eng. (1634), 
385; illicit Portuguese, in West 
Indies (1565), 443, 445; market in 
Boston (1687), 9. 473; (1686), 13. 
271 ; fairs at Boston and Providence 
(1697), 9. 510; pre-Rev., of Bos- 
ton, 10. 52; Boston panic (1765), 
52; smuggling device at Madrid, 
11. 208; Mass. com. on improve- 
ment (1686), 13. 248-249; Mass. 
order against export of grain (1686), 
259, 267 ; Shelburne on freedom of 
trade, 17. 273, 358; Brit.-Am. 
(1785, '86), 327-329, 336-337; 
Brit.-French treaty (1786), 357; 
tobacco trade (1787), 455; French- 
Am. (1787), 455, 485-486; recent 
decisions on interstate, 18. 177-182 ; 
illicit and authorized trade with 
enemy (1782), 19. 151, 154-157. 
See also Economic conditions. 

Commerce, Ohio River steamer (1836), 
7. 285; sunk, 286, 287. 

Committees of Correspondence, Ply- 
mouth, 3. 440-443 ; origin of inter- 
colon., 4. 82; Mass. intercolon., 
its journal, 82-90; circulation of 
Hutchinson Letters, 86; circular 
letter, 89-90; debate on Boston 
com. (1774), 10. 86, 14. 49-51, 16. 
81. 

Committees of M.H.S., occasional, to 
pub. Sewall's Letter-Book, 1. 180; 
on Parkman MSS.,362, 2. 225-228, 
3. 153, 4. 44-46; on Sibley Bequest, 
2. 170, 228; on work of B. F. 
Stevens, 219; on Sharpless por- 
traits, 3. 136, 179-187; on index of 
foreign docs, on Am. Rev., 159, 
178-179; on Winthrop Papers, 
202, 4. 65, 336, 7. 457-465 ; on cata- 
loguing MSS., 3.254, 4. 103-105; 
on Pickering Papers, 3. 277, 4. 
77, 6. 187-190, 9. 97; on At- 
tucks Memorial, 3. 318, 321; on 
records of Old Colony Club, 381; 
on Norse discoveries, 4. 12, 42-44; 
on Lafayette Monument, 12, 38- 
41; on by-laws, 77, 120-123, 372, 
409-411; on centenary of Wash- 
ington's inauguration, 158, 199; 
on a MS. of Am. Rev., 236; to pub. 
papers on organization of national 
govt., 236, 238, 336; on pub. of 



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95 



Province Laws, 307, 316; on re- 
sponsible editor, 372; to pub. 
Belknap Papers, 5. 347; on Pil- 
grim memorial at Delftshaven, 6. 
1, 40; on M.H.S. centenary, 196, 
203, 214; on Cabot ma'p'pe-monde, 
305; to pub. Belcher Papers, 8. 
52; to pub. Bowdoin and Temple 
Papers, 518, 20. 201; on Ellis Be- 
quest, 10. 6, 148-159, 295-296; 
on financial policy and Fenway 
building, 298-299, 585, 11. 1, 336, 
12. 191; on pub. of papers of Con- 
tinental Cong., 10. 442; on return 
of Bradford MS., 11. 314-315; on 
presentation of Constitution, 315, 
15. 493 ; to pub. Pepperrell Papers, 
12. 9; on procurement of MSS., 
169, 261-264, 13. 142, 14. 163; on 
memorial ed. of Bradford and 
Winthrop, 12. 172, 260-261; on 
annual meeting (1899), 13. 1; to 
pub. Jefferson Papers, 142; on 
meeting of Am. Hist. Assoc. (1899), 
208; to pub. Trumbull Papers, 15. 
25; to attend Yale bicentenary, 
180; to confer on Hart's co-opera- 
tive history, 367, 493; on E. E. 
Hale's 80th birthday, 493; to pub. 
cat. of Waterston Library, 17. 235 ; 
on State memorial to John and J. Q. 
Adams, 18. 1, 192; to pub. Cham- 
berlain's ^'Chelsea," 62; to pub. 
Heath Papers, 297; on general in- 
dex of Proceedings, 19. 273; on 
changes in Old State House, 20. 
245, 421; on names in Nomination 
Book, 427; to attend Alex. Mc- 
Kenzie's jubilee, 534. For regular 
cbms. see Cabinet, Finances, House, 
Library, Officers. 

Committees of Safety, function, 18. 
244. 

Common law. See Law. 

Communication. See Transportation. 

Communion, in both kinds as phase 
of Reformation, 6. 178; manner, 
19. 371. 

Communism, on Nantucket (1801), 
4. 130-131. 

Community of women, question in 
trial of Anne Hutchinson, 4. 171- 
172, 178. 

Compact, reason for, in Plymouth and 
Conn., 5. 326; theory of U. S. 
Constitution [see Union]. 

Compass, Cabot mappe-monde on 
variation, 6. 337. 

Comstock, John, death at Wyoming, 
3. 346. 



Conant, Reverend, in N. S. (1770), 4. 
73. 

Conant, Lieut. (?) Ebenezer, in Am. 
army (1776), 12. 100. 

Conant, John, of Townsend, 4. 158. 

Conant, Sergeant (?) Luther, at Cherry 
Valley, 2. 457. 

Conant, Nathan, scholar at Tow^n- 
send (1772), 4. 386. 

Conant, Samuel, purchases confis- 
cated Boston estate, 10. 180. 

Concannen, Matthew, prize case 
(1746), 5. 88. 

Conception, Brit, war-ship (1692), 7. 
162. 

Concord, Mass., Maverick's account 
(1660), 1. 237; county convention 
at (1786), 302; attack on court, 
302; in 1650, 2. 47; tablets, 3. 
283; characteristics, 9. 327; and 
Merrimack County (1686), 13. 255; 
Indians killed at (1676), 403; 
Harvard College at, 18. 207-208. 
See also Lexington and Concord. 

Concord, N. H., statue of Webster, 3. 
279. 

Concord, Gosnold's bark, 16. 247. 

Concord, U. S. S., in Mediterranean 
(1832), 19. 489, 491. 

Condict, Lewis, and tariff (1832), 
19. 511. 

Condorcet, Jean, marquis de, Shel- 
burne on biog. of Turgot, 17. 357, 
359. 

Condy, Foster, characterized, 12. 142. 

Coney, Sarah [Mrs. Gerrish], 14. 40. 

Confederate army, size, 18. 432-444, 
19. 316-321. See also Civil War. 

Confederate States, facsim. of seal, 2. 
88; and slave-trade, 18. 136. See 
also Civil War. 

Confederation, attitude of N. Eng. 
(1781), 4. 53; finance, 8. 177-179, 
17. 338, 347, 361, 458, 467, 471, 
472, 484, 498, 19. 133-137, 145; 
junto in Congress, 8. 179-180; 
Jon. Sewall on (1783), 10. 422, 
425; character of union, 16. 158; 
Adams's Defence of Constitutions, 
391, 17. 364, 367, 465-467, 470, 
473; Franklin's optimism, 325, 
349 ; Jefferson and others on amend- 
ment (1785, '86), 326, 328, 337, 
361; commerce, 327, 328, 336-337; 
Annapolis Conven., 341, 342, 353; 
paper money in States, 347, 361, 
458, 467; scheme for three con- 
federacies, 353, 471; effect of 
Shays's Rebellion, 454; question 
of Capital, 461; reason for impo- 



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CONGREGATIONAL CLUB-CONNECTICUT 



tence, 462-463; and cession of 
western claims, 19. 113-114; and 
Vt. (1781, '82), 140, 148; basis of 
requisitions (1782), 148; ''general 
welfare'' clause in Articles, 550. 
See also Continental Congress 
(Second). 

Congregational Club of Boston, and 
memorial at Delfts haven, 6. 1. 

Congregational House, Boston, bas- 
reliefs, 15. 63. 

Congregational Library, early Am. 
imprints in, 12. 414-415, 422. 

Congregational Quarterly, establish- 
ment, 7. 94. 

Congregationalism, Mass. Cong. 
Charitable Soc, 3. 168, 17. 330-334, 
347; form of letters of recom- 
mendation (1650), 3. 200; letters 
on aid for churches in N. S. (1769- 
70), 4. 67-73; letter on duty of 
ministers (1733), 311-313; cove- 
nant, 5. 234; early phases of 
establishment in Mass., 6. 330 
exiles in Amsterdam, 6. 41-64 
Brownism, 41; Barrowism, 42 
purification, 42; congregations in 
Amsterdam (1608), 43, 45; their 
dissensions, 43-45 ; search for names 
of exiles there, 45-47, 177; list of 
exiles there (1597-1625), 47-64; 
as test of Puritanism, 179; Dex- 
ter's Bibliography, 181; Dexter's 
Congregationalism, 182; and Cal- 
vinism, 182; Unitarian contro- 
versy, 446; church discipline in 
colon. N. Eng., 477-516 [see Sexual 
morality]; theocracy in Mass., 7. 
187, 189, 192, 196, 204, 210, 228, 
230, 239; origin, 226; signatures 
to early church covenants, 8. 271, 
348; local church controversies, 9. 
347, 13. 285, 298-302, 16. 504; 
support of Eng. country churches 
(1740), 9. 373, 377; works by N. 
Eng. ministers before 1701, 9. 
414-533, 11. 20-22, 12. 274-277, 
380, 383-390, 393, 394, 410-413, 
17. 15-22, 26-41, 44-56; works on 
synod of 1662, 9. 417, 420-421; 
Direction for a Publick Profession 
(1665), 423; eds. of Cambridge 
Platform (1671), 429; (1680), 12. 
275; Keith's tract on (1689), and 
replies, 9. 480, 485, 489, 499; 
catechising of children, 12. 318- 
320; migration of a church, 320, 
322-324; dismissal of members, 
320, 331-335; admission of mem- 
bers, 325; election of deacons, 



325-327, 334; status of children 
of members, 328; E. A. Park's 
system of theology, 14. 190-192; 
Hopkinsonism, 456; Park and 
Andover creed, 458-461; bap- 
tism and church membership, 16. 
481-482, 514; Cambridge synod 
(1637), 487-489; Guilford Church, 
493-494; early attitude towards 
ordination, 495; ruling elder, 507; 
Boston ministers (1784, '85), 17. 
323, 335; value of old parish 
record books, 18. 340-341; Conn, 
disestablishment controversy, 19. 
196-198; tenure of ministers, 428- 
431, 436; Southerner on N. Eng. 
ministers (1863), 254-256. See 
also Pilgrims, Puritanism, Reli- 
gion, Unitarianism, and churches, 
eminent ministers, and N. Eng. 
colonies by name. 
Congregationalist, Dexter as editor, 6. 

186, 7. 93-94; establishment, 93. 
Congres des Americanistes, M.H.S. 

delegate (1901), 15. 264. 
Congress, life of congressmen (1841), 
6. 73; Webster on affairs (1816- 
30), 14. 399, 405-407; first meet- 
ing, 15. 126; salaries, 130, 131; 
calls for information criticised 
(1792), 138; and petition against 
Southern negro-seamen acts (1843), 
19. 406-408; debates (1812), 376, 
381; J. Q. Adams in 22d, 504- 
553. See also Continental Congress, 
House of Representatives, Senate. 
Congress, galley on Lake Champlain 

(1776), 6. 85. ^ 
"Congress voting Independence," 
painting and engraving, 19. 1-3, 14, 
19, 20. 490. 
Congreve, William, as dramatist, 7. 

273. 
Connall, John, exile in Amsterdam 

(1610), 6. 51. 
Connant. See Conant. 
Connecticut, whaleboat privateering 
during Rev., 1. 18-19; Maverick's 
account (1660), 244-246; and N. 
Neth., 246; journeys through 
(1804), 2. 6-7; (1795), 3. 44-51; 
(1645), 8. 8-10; settlements and 
ministers (1650), 2. 49; maritime 
commerce (1795), 3. 44, 48, 49; 
shipbuilding, 45; cities, 45; Am. 
army in (1778-79), 3. 118-127, 6. 
124-129; and R. I. (1672), 3. 258; 
docs, on Wyoming Massacre, 340- 
347; Johnston's Conn, criticised, 
institutional beginnings and influ- 



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ence, 372, 5, 269-278, 327-331, 7. 
180 n., 8. 124; instructs for In- 
dependence, 3. 373; news of 
Independence, 375; question of 
proclaiming it, 376; Com. of Cor- 
resp., 4. 86-88; illicit trade (1707), 
150; and Eng. laws, 151; royal 
memorials, 245, 255; and royal 
commissioners (1664), 279; Win- 
throp Papers concerning (1631- 
1713), 5. 288-304 ; early impression 
of seal, 288; reason for compact, 
327; Pequot grant, 8. 10; colon, 
isolation, 123-124; causes of im- 
portance in Rev. times, 124, 125; 
Winthrop vs. Lechmere, 125-139; 
Isaac Watts sends books for libra- 
ries in, 9. 368, 377, 379; General 
Laws (1673), 431; Election Day 
sermons (1674), 435; (1697), 512; 
(1677), 17. 30; Vindicated (1694), 
9. 502; sends com. to confer with 
Gage (1775), 10. 92, 11. 360; 
papers of ''fathers" deposited at 
Yale, 12. 146; Bulkeley's People's 
Right to Election (1689), 278; 
pamphlet on N. Y. controversy 
(1693), 392; Dudley's Council on 
(1686), 13. 244; and N. Y. (1675), 
399, 400; colon, post-office and 
newspapers, 16. 206, 221; and Say- 
brook, 489; Indian cession (1638), 
491 ; Abr. Bishop and campaign of 
1800, 19. 193-196; his efforts for 
disestablishment, 196-198. See also 
Colonies, New England. 

Connecticut Courant, displays royal 
arms, 4. 246. 

Connecticut Historical Society, royal 
arms in possession of, 4. 255; Win- 
throp Papers deposited with, 5. 
302-304 ; Talcott Papers, 8. 19. 

Connecticut River, Maverick's ac- 
count (1660), 1. 244; flood (1692), 
7. 160; Downing on Dutch on 
(1634), 8. 386; verses on (1721), 
9. 7, 9-10. 

Connecticut State Library, Winthrop 
Papers deposited in, 5. 288-302. 

Connecticut Valley Historical Society, 
founder, 4. 210. 

Connell. See Connall. 

Conney, John, official wine-cooper 
(1686), 13. 277; fees, 283. 

Connolly, , Eng. officer, at Phila- 
delphia (1807), 20. 303. 

Connor. See Conore. 

Conoly, Michel, deserts (1760), 6. 383. 

CoRore, John, ill in campaign of 1760, 
5. 383; death, 388. 



Conrad, Frederick, candidacy (1802), 
20. 278. 

Constables of Mass., police reform in 
Boston (1792), 4. 62-64; staves 
for (1686), 13. 278; index of first 
Mass. code on duties, 14. 382-384. 

Constant, Benjamin, at Lafayette's 
(1829), 19. 441. 

Constantinople, social life (1832), 19. 
502. 

Constellation- Insurgent action, Sav- 
age's engraving, 19. 10, 18. 

Constituciones del Argohispado, 12. 
397.. 

Constitution, Federal. — See also ana- 
lyzed references under Amend- 
ments, Federal Convention, Rati- 
fication, Union. — Sears's plan of 
amendment, 2. 417; Bowdoin on 
(1788), 11. 178; and annexations, 
12. 428-429, 18. 53; and super- 
vision over corporations, 13. 132; 
judicial interpretation and en- 
largement of Fed. powers, 16. 261 ; 
development by judicial decisions, 
18. 53; recent decisions on sov- 
ereignty, 174-176; on interstate 
commerce and police power, 177- 
182; J. Q. Adams on ''general 
welfare" clause, 19. 537-553; on 
right to govern acquired territory, 
541-549. 

Constitution, M.H.S. and preserva- 
tion (1896), 11. 198, 200, 210, 315; 
(1902), 16. 493; (1904), 18. 60, 
118-121, 189-192; (1905-06), 19. 
409-412, 20. 3-5, 86 ; canes of wood 
of, 11. 198-200, 19. 394; repair, 12. 
60; Hull's cruise (1812), 16. 182; 
Guerriere fight, 18. 119; Mahan on 
importance, 121-123; failure of 
appropriation to restore (1904), 
330-335; memorial of Chicago 
Hist. Soc. on, 332. 

Constitutions, State, Bowdoin on 
Mass. (1780), 8. 290; Mass. Con- 
ven. (1853), 18. 30-48 [see Massa- 
chusetts Convention]. 

Consular convention with France 
(1788), 17. 509. 

Conti, M, de, in U. S. (1779), 3. 378. 

Continental Congress, First: N. H. 
circular on election of delegates, 
2. 483; proposed, and non-im- 
portation, 486; meets, 16. 157; 
purpose, 17. 269; Shelburne on 
Address, 274 ; results, 277. 

Second: on navy (1775), 1. 16- 
18; Sullivan's services, 57-62; in- 
structions to envoys, 57, 61; mem- 



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bership, 59, 17. 471; financial 
plans (1781), 1. 60; and govt, of 
Mass. (1775), 196-197; pub. Jour- 
nals, 280, 3. 379; MS. Journals, 1. 
289 n. ; responsibility for matter 
in printed Journal, -290 n. ; fuller 
contemp, pub. of part of Journals, 
3. 370, 376-378; authorship of 
Declaration of Causes (1775), 6. 
67, 69-71; reviews army (1778), 
107; news from (May, 1775), 8. 
60; M.H.S. memorial on pub. of 
papers of, 10. 442; notes of a 
member (1778), 463; and army 
(1780), 15. 363; and Union, 16. 
157-158; Gordon on (1775), 17. 
305; confidence in (1779), 321; 
and navigation of Mississippi, 452, 
454,461, 473; and Indians (1787), 
453, 460, 469, 471; Northwest 
Territory, 469, 470, 473, 482-484; 
and Constitution, 472, 475, 480; 
French Consular Conven. • (1788), 
509. See also Confederation, In- 
dependence. 

Continuation of State of New England, 
extant copies, 10. 346. 

Converse, Ephraim, of Brookfield, 
7. 387. 

Conveyance, in colon. Mass., 7. 
135 n. See also Deeds. 

Conveyancers' Association of Boston, 
14. 96 n. 

Conway, Moncure D., work on Emer- 
son criticised, 2. 107; Mason epi- 
sode, 13. 193. 

Conway, Gen. Thomas, command at 
Albany (1778), 2. 444. 

Conway, William W., gift to M.H.S., 
10. 125. 

Cook. See also Cooke. 

Cook, , of Baltimore (1804), 

2. 14. 

Cook, Captain (1777), 2. 237. 

Cook, Asael, at siege of Boston, 9. 70. 

Cook, Case, at siege of Boston, 9. 
51. 

Cook, Charlotte A. L. [Mrs. Sibley], 
2. 498. 

Cook (Cock), Clement, of Braintree, 
as milit. substitute (1710), 1. 161; 
in 1701, 14. 20. 

Cook, David, purchases confiscated 
Boston estate, 10. 174. 

Cook, Enoch, and Shays's Rebellion, 
1. 301. 

Cook, F. S., bill of sale of slave, 20. 
515. 

Cook, John, reading-room at Albany, 
19. 367. 



Cook, Joseph, on com. on war ex- 
penses (1676), 12. 402. 

Cook, Samuel, 2. 498. 

Cooke, Aaron, of Dorchester (1635), 
descendants, 8. 254. 

Cooke, Capt. Aaron, of Northampton, 
and Hadley school (1686), 13. 272, 
282. 

Cooke, Elisha [1], goes to England 
(1690), 7. 152; and Andros (1689), 
9. 478; at Webb's funeral, 12. 
246; and Dudley's Council (1686), 
13. 284. 

Cooke, Elisha [2], Sewall's memo- 
randa on speakership contest 
(1720), 6. 389-390; at funeral of 
Sewall's wife (1717), 8. 218; dis- 
missed from clerkship (1719), 16. 
54. 

Cooke, Elizabeth, of Boston (1715), 
8. 214. 

Cooke, Elizabeth [Mrs. Reade, Mrs. 
Peter], 5. 264, 14. 375. 

Cooke, Elizabeth (Holman), 8. 214. 

Cooke, George W., biog. of Emerson, 
2. 107. 

Cooke, H., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 51. 

Cooke, Mrs. H., exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 51. 

Cooke, H. D., and Chase Papers, 13. 
375. 

Cooke, Joseph, of N. Eng., deed 
(1665), 8. 281; career, 281. 

Cooke, Joseph, of Eng., will (1687), 
1. 137. 

Cooke, Joseph, of Va. (1687), 1. 137. 

Cooke, Josiah P., on descendants of 
Aaron Cooke, 8. 254; influence of 
Lowell Lectures on, 15. 177. 

Cooke, Lydia (More), 8. 214. 

Cooke, Mrs. Mary, of Eng. (1687), 
1. 137. 

Cooke, Nicholas, of Eng. (1687), 
1. 137. 

Cooke, Thomas, will (1621), 5. 264. 

Cooke, William, exile in Amsterdam 
(1610), 6. 51. 

Cooke, William [1], of Boston, family 
and estate (1717), 8. 214. 

Cooke, William [2], 8. 214. 

Cookman, Rev. George G., chaplain 
of Senate, 5. 8. 

Cookson, John, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Cookson, Capt. Thomas, at Boston, 
10. 68. 

Cooley, Sergeant, of Conn., death at 
siege of Boston, 7. 401. 

Cooley, ReiK Timothy M., Commence- 
ment part, 3. 47; biog. note, 47 n.; 



COOLIDGE-COOPER 



99 



at Dr. Snell's jubilee, 19. 427, 432; 
own jubilee, 431, 439. 
Coolidge, Archibald Gary, elected 
a member M.H.S., 12. 425; on 
com. on annual meeting (1899), 

13. 1; on com. to pub. Jefferson 
Papers, 142; on com. on meeting 
of Am. Hist. Assoc, 208; on 
Library Com. (1900, '05), 14. 1, 
18. 454; reports, 14. 145, 19. 225; 
remarks, 14. 153, 15. 95, 105, 364, 
18. 60, 154, 263, 19. 167, 299; on 
Tuckahoe and Randolph gathering, 

14. 205-209; elected to M.H.S. 
Council (1901-03), 15. 51, 16. 148, 
17. 223; signs memorial on Con- 
stitution, 18. 121; remarks on East 
Africa, 20. 411. 

Coolidge, Baldwin, photogs. by, 3. 
283, 7. 373, 15. 45. 

Coolidge, Catherine S. (Parkman), 
8. 536. 

Coolidge, James I. T., Commencement 
part (1838), 5. 223. 

Coolidge, Joseph [1], subscription for 
M.H.S. building, 3. 291; on com. 
on removal of M.H.S. (1827), 11. 
309. 

Coolidge, Joseph [2], Commencement 
spread (1817), 5. 183; subscription 
to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Coolidge, Joseph Randolph [1], and 
G. O. Shattuck, 11. 269, 14. 364. 

Coolidge, Joseph Randolph [2], on 
Tuckahoe house, 14. 206-208. 

Coolidge, Sidney, Chronometric Ex- 
pedition, 1. 409. 

Coolidge, Thomas Jefferson, elected 
a member M.H.S., 10. 139; on 
Johnston's opinion of McClellan, 
440; on Auditing Com. (1896-98), 
442, 11. 268, 12. 155; reports, 10. 
567, 11. 331, 12. 187; on com. on 
financial policy, 11. 1; remarks, 
385, 13. 62, 121, 14. 424, 16. 534; 
elected Vice-Pres. M.H.S. (1898- 
1903), 12. 190, 13. 80, 14. 145, 15. 
51, 16. 147, 17. 233; declines re- 
election, 18. 270-271; on W. H. 
Trescot, 12. 196; remarks on pre- 
senting Jefferson Papers, 264-273; 
thanks of M.H.S. to, 273; on com. 
to pub. Jefferson Papers, 13. 142; 
on Lord Dufferin, 15. 496-500; 
Extracts from an autobiog., 16. 
464-474; signs memorial on Con- 
stitution, 18. 121. 

Coolidge, William, exile in Amsterdam 
(1601), 6. 64. 

Coolidge's Inn, Watertown, 10. 46. 



Coombes, Frances [Mrs. Yarborough, 
Mrs. Richardson], exile in Amster- 
dam (1601), 6. 51, 59, 63. 

Coombs. See also Combe. 

Coombs, Jane [Mrs. Greenleaf], 16. 
393, 422; biog. note, 422 n. 

Coombs, PhiUp, 16. 382 n. 

Coombs, Polly, 16. 393; illness, 415, 
422; death, 447. 

Coombs, William, biog. note, 16. 
382 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's 
diary, 382, 393, 415, 422; repre- 
sentative (1788), 417. 

Coomey, Benjamin, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151; char- 
acterized, 152. 

Cooper. See also Cowper. 

Cooper, Mrs., of Eng. (1669), 1. 137. 

Cooper, Anthony Ashley. See Ashley. 

Cooper, James Fenimore, his name for 
Lake George, 2. 247 n. ; in Italy 
(1830), 19. 455, 456. 

Cooper, John, of Conn., and claim of 
Deborah Scott (1666), .6. 292; 
witnesses agreement (1664), 306. 

Cooper, John, of Cambridge, and 
Harvard (1672, '77), 3. 401, 9. 
100. 

Cooper, John T. , Commencement part 
(1811), 5. 175; biog. note, 175 n. 

Cooper, Joseph, of Ala., 20. 520. 

Cooper, Judith, Cotton Hill estate, 1. 
322. 

Cooper, Kmtharine (Wendell), 16. 103. 

Cooper, Rebecca, and James Downing 
(1641), 14. 374. 

Cooper, Robert, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366. 

Cooper, Samuel, miniature of Crom- 
well, 3. 282. 

Cooper, Rev. Samuel, port., ^. 57, 
276; biog. note, 276 n.; letters 
from B. Gerrish (1770) on N. S. 
churches, 4. 69-72; excursion 
(1772), 10. 46; declines presidency 
of Harvard, 60; occupies new 
church, 79; at interment of War- 
ren, 99; commendation of Bar- 
nard's Psalms, 11. 73; prominent 
rebel, 16. 92; Edinburgh D.D., 17. 
263; and Hutchinson (1768), 20. 
536. 

Cooper, Lieut. Samuel, killed at 
Quebec (1775), 2. 294. 

Cooper, Thomas, of Rehoboth (1645), 
8. 12. 

Cooper, Thomas, warehouse in Boston 
(1693), 7. 165. 

Cooper, Thomas, mentioned by 
Priestley, 3. 18, 30; and Univ. of 



100 



COOPER-CORNWALLIS 



Va. (1819), 14. 397; phrase resem- 
bling Lincoln's, 15. 92; sedition 
trial, 20. 260. 

Cooper, Thomas A., as actor, 2. 9, 10. 

Cooper, Rev. William [1], house in 
Boston (1729), 1. 323; books 
ordered by, 9. 359; translation of 
Psalms, 365; death, 406; and 
Whitefield, 10. 300, 301 ; on death 
of Sec. Addington, 12. 233. 

Cooper, William [2], as town clerk, 4. 
51, 16. 87, 87 n.-90 n., 93, 99-101, 
103-104; birth, 83; autog., 83; 
as representative and Speaker, 84- 
86, 94, 99 ; register of probate, 88- 
90, 97-99; and pre-Rev. affairs, 
90-92; house, 101; death and 
obituaries, 101-103; marriage and 
children, 103. 

Coote, Henry C, on Roman origin of 
Eng. institutions, 5. 278. 

Coote, Richard. See Bellomont. 

Cope, , innkeeper at Trenton 

(1781), 6. 159. 

Copeland, Charies, 14. 364. 

Copeland, Emily [Mrs. Shattuck], 11. 
270, 14. 364. 

Copeland, Julia R. [Mrs. Dunbar], 
13. 441. 

Copeland, Rev. Patrick, at Bahamas, 
13. 13. 

Copeland, Susan (Sprague), 14. 364. 

Copilacion breue (1549), 12. 396. 

Copinger, Sergeant Stephen^ in army 
at Providence (1779), 6. 122. 

Copleston, Edward, Harvard D.D. 
(1822), 6. 190. 

Copley, John Singleton, portraits, 
Saml. Cooper, 3. 276; Olivers, 282; 
Bernard, 4. 61 ; Saml. Quincy and 
wife, 6. 285; Paul Revere, 7. 119, 
294-295; Goldthwait, 14. 57; J. Q. 
Adams, 16. vi.; claims pictures in 
Old State House, 4. 242 n. ; C. C. 
Perkins's work on, 7. 435; reputa- 
tion, 18. 314. 

Copley, Lionell, letters to Winthrop 
(1645, '47) on iron works, 8. 15-17. 

Coppo, Pierro, conception of N. Am. 
(1525), 8. 75. 

Copy of an Excellent Letter, author- 
ship and eds., 18. 468-471. 

Copy of Letter returned to John Dury, 
9. 422. 

Copyright, Hugh Peter's advocacy, 

8. 120; Kent on case (1834), 14. 
417. 

Coram, Thomas, and Indian missions, 

9. 349; and Paul Dudley, 16. 29 n.- 
30 n. 



Corbet, Rev. John, Self-Employment 
in Secret, 9. 463. 

Corbett, John, of Eng., gift to Har- 
vard, 6. 419. 

Corbett, Penuel, Commencement part 
(1817) and biog. note, 5. 182 n. 

Corbier, Comte de, Haitian, treatment 
of slaves, 2. 313 ; defence of planta- 
tion, 331. 

Corbin, Colonel, Va. residence (1781), 

6. 147. 

Corbin, Francis, congressional candi- 
dacy (1794), 15. 146; (1787), 17, 
478. 

Corbin, James, land purchase from 
Indians (1700), 5. 299. 

Corbin's Bridge, Va. (1781), 6. 140. 

Corcoran riot, 1. 389. 

Cordis, Mrs., coffee-house in Boston, 
10. 38; meetings and discussions 
at, 64. 

Cordwainers' Society of London, 
Capt. John Smith's letter to, 12. 
158. 

Corehouse, George Cranstoun, Lord, 
19. 471. 

Corey, Deloraine P., letter (1884) 
on Maiden's Instructions on Inde- 
pendence, 1. 336. 

Corey, Giles, why he refused to plead, 
1. 108. 

Corey, Jacob, at Leicester Academy, 

7. Mn. 

Corfu, social life (1831), 19. 483-488. 

Corlet, Ammi Ruhamah, preaches for 
Mather (1675), 13. 344, 348, 351, 
354, 356; (1676), 358, 361, 370; 
death, 407; name, 18. 258. 

Corlet, Elijah, Latin eulogy on John 
Hull, 9. 458. 

Corn, prices in New England (1626, 
'60), 1. 247; Mass. order against 
export (1686), 13. 259, 267. See 
also Agriculture. 

Cornbury, Edward Hyde, viscount, 
and smuggling, 4. 149. 

Cornell, Captain, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 426. 

Comer, Capt. John, at Boston (1768), 
10. 67, 70, 71. 

Cornish, , of Boston, house 

burned (1690), 7. 155. 

Cornwall, Capt. James, at Boston 
(1729), 18. 241. 

Cornwallis, Charles, earl of, at Phila- 
delphia (1778), 3. 114; Va. cam- 
paign, 6. 139-149, 19. 132-139; 
Yorktown, 6. 149-155, 441, 519, 
19. 139-144; on Capt. Cochrane, 
6. 438; Carolina campaigns, 19. 



CORNWALLIS-COTTON 



101 



112, 113, 116-123, 128; Guilford 

Court House, 125, 127. 
Cornwallis, Gov. Edward, in N. S., 13. 

381-383. 
Cornwallis, N. S., appeal of Congreg. 

Church (1769), 4. 67-69; condition 

(1770), 70. 
Coronado Beach, view, 4. 350. 
Corporations, supervision over, 13. 

132 
Corps* Legislatif, French (1867), 20. 

192. 
Correa da Serra, Ahh^ Jos6 F., in 

Philadelphia (1812), 19. 374. 
Correspondence. See Letters. 
Corresponding Secretary of M.H.S., 

by-laws on, 4. 227. See also Good- 
win (W. W.), Haynes (H. W.), 

Winsor (Justin). 
Corse, John M., and civil service 

reform, 11. 356. 
Corse, Thomas, petition (1637), 3. 

199. 
Corser, Thomas, Bible owned by, 

10. 257. 
Cortez, Hernando, Cabot mappe- 

monde on, 6. 329. 
Cortlandt. See Van Cortlandt. 
Corwin, Capt. George, in Phips's 

Quebec expedition, 15. 299. 
Corwin, Jonathan, commission of 

oyer and terminer, 1. 220; on 

trade com. (1686), 13. 248. 
Cosa, Juan de la, distinguishes Am. 

and Asia (1500), 8. 67; map and 

Cabot's chart, 11. 165, 12. 5. 
Cosaump, Indian, at Fort Dummer 

(1724), 6. 367. 
Cosby, Major, at Boston (1729), 18. 

241, 242. 
Coser, Jenks, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Coster, , in Levant (1832), 19. 

495, 503. 
Costeroholly. See Gathtsegwarohare. 
Costume. See Dress. 
Cotton, Mrs. (1657), 1. 121. 
Cotton, Mrs., death at Braintree 

(1710), 14. 27. 
Cotton, Dorothy (Bradstreet), deed, 

13. 424. 
Cotton, Elizabeth [Mrs. Sheafe], 3. 

248. 
Cotton, Elizabeth (Juxon), 3. 248. 
Cotton, Frances [Mrs. Osborne], exile 

in Amsterdam (1607), 6. 51. 
Cotton, Grizzell (Sylvester | Sanford), 

16. 79 n. 
Cotton, Mrs, Joanna, deed, 13. 

424, 



Cotton, Rev. John [1], fictitious 
port., 1. 220, 8. 196; and founding of 
Harvard, 1. 260 n., house in Boston, 
322, 324; minister at Boston, 2. 
47; letter of recommendation of 
John Winthrop, Jr. (1650), 3. 200; 
Nich. Hoppin on inconsistencies of, 
305-306 ; descendant, 415 n. ; at tr^al 
of Anne Hutchinson, 4. 163-17D, 
174, 175, 182, 183, 189, 190; delivers 
admonition, 176-180; and her 
doctrines, 185; notes on sermons 
of, 314 ; at trial of Rich. Wait, 315; 
of Ann Hibbens (1640), 316; ex- 
pository sermons, 5. 83; immigra- 
tion, 270; anecdote, 6. 281; de- 
fence of intolerance, 8. 378-379; 
preface to Mather's work (1652), 
9. 415; Norton's Life and Death, 
415; and Discourse about Civil 
Government, 419; God^s Promise 
to his Plantation, extant copies, 
price, 470, 10. 328; Norton's 
^'Funeral Elegy," 9. 501; Mather's 
Johannes in Eremo, 504 ; on Scotch 
prisoner-servants, 13. 32 n. ; MS. 
''How far Moses Judicialls bind 
Mass.," 16. 275,280-284; and John 
Higginson, 483. 

Cotton, Rev. John [2], and Ann 
Hibbens, 1. 186; and Cotton Hill 
estate, 322, 13. 424; on Hubbard's 
Narrative, 4. 205; correction of 
Eliot's Indian Bible, 9. 468; 
preaches for Mather (1675), 13. 345, 
350,351,353,354; (1676), 366,371. 

Cotton, Rev. John [H. C. 1678], of 
Hampton, Meet Help, 9. 532; letter 
to Mather (1683) on changing date 
of Commencement, 10. 202; at 
college, 13. 349. 

Cotton, Rev. John [H. C. 1710], 
at Newton, 2. 51; ordained (1714), 
8. 225. 

Cotton, John [H. C . 1747], death 
(1775), 10. 414; career, 16, 77-83, 
109; AUTOG., 77. 

Cotton, Josiah, 3. 415 n.; diary, 4. 1. 

Cotton, Martha (Sanders), 3. 415 n. 

Cotton, Mary [Mrs. Mather], 1. 322. 

Cotton, Mary (Dudley), 16. 82. 

Cotton, Rev. Nathaniel, 16. 77, 79 n. 

Cotton, Rev. Rowland, book owned 
by, 9. 434; library sold, 14. 41 n. 

Cotton, Rev. Seaborn, Boston estate, 
1. 316, 322, 13. 424; Tompson's 
Elegiack Tribute, 9. 470; preaches 
for Mather (1675), 13. 345; (1676), 
366; as minister at Hampton, 16. 
180. 



102 



COTTON-COUNCIL OF M.H.S. 



Cotton, Theodore, address to Gen. 

Thomas (1775), 18. 429. 
Cotton, Theophilus, saiUng orders 

from E. Winslow and others (1760), 

2. 229; guest of Old Colony Club, 

3. 415; biog. note, 415 n.; host of 
Club, 426. 

Cotton, Thomas Sadler, ancestral 

diary, 4. 1. 
Cotton, Rev. William, in Va. (1634), 

3. 4; parsonage, 5; death, 5. 
Cotton, manufacture at Pawtucket 

(1801), 4. 124; Southern over- 
estimation of potency in war, 19. 
327-334. 

Cotton Hill, Boston, acquired by John 
Hull, 1. 316; not Sewall's residence, 
316,321; Cotton and Vane houses, 
322, 324; Sewall's possession, 323; 
Vassall's occupancy, 323; original 
aspect, 325; water supply, 326; 
view from (1699), 2. 127. 

Couch, Lieut. James, cashiered (1760), 

4. 392. 

Couch, Jonathan, death at siege of 
Boston, 7. 404. 

Coules, F., London bookseller (1641), 
12. 219. 

Council for New England, extant 
copies of Brief e Relation of N. Eng., 
9. 184. 

Council of Massachusetts, Colonial, 
to 1692: order on Publick Oc- 
curences (1690), 8. 54; instructions 
to Danl. Henchman (1676), 64-67; 
To the Elders and Ministers (1668), 
9. 424; proclamation for thanks- 
giving (1676), 9. 439; against dis- 
order (1692), 494; press-censor- 
ship inquiry (1668), 11. 247-249; 
Rawson as Sec, 12. 220-225; proc- 
lamations for fasts (1670), 280; 
(1691), 284; various Orders (1675- 
85), 401-404, 409; records of Dud- 
ley's (1686), 13. 222-286; Dudley's 
speech, 226-227; proclamation of 
presidency, 227; personel of his 
Council, 228; orders on courts, 
231-237, 245, 259, 262, 265, 276, 
278-279, 284; on vital statistics, 
236 ; on licences, 236, 252, 279, 283 ; 
on Boston, 238, 243-244, 254, 260, 
271; address to King, 238-239; 
letter to Com. of Trade, 239-240; 
and Church of England, 240, 253, 
256, 262; orders on customs, 241, 
245, 269; and assembling of Gen. 
Ct., 241, 244; orders on fees, 242; 
on R. L and Conn., 244; and mint, 
244; order on towns, 246, 259 ; and 



development of trade, 247-249; 
and Worcester affairs, 247, -251, 
282, 283; orders on Narragansett 
Country, 246, 247, 251, 271; on 
Conn, encroachments, 254, 272; 
erection of Merrimack County, 255- 
256, 277 ; on Huguenot settlers, 256, 
265, 272, 280; on revision of laws, 
256, 268; and Harvard, 257, 260; 
and fast-day recalcitrants, 259, 262, 
263 ; orders on export of grain, 259, 
267; and charge of sedition, 263, 
264, 267, 269, 276; order on 
Bahama refugees, 265; and loyal 
demonstration, 270-271; and Eng. 
navy officers, 273-275; and Old- 
ham's patent, 276 ; order on Raw- 
son's records, 281; on Maiden 
Church controversy, 281, 285; on 
Hadley school, 282; — and Bap- 
tist meeting (1679), 408; and 
Shrimpton case (1686), 19. 42-50. 

Provincial, to 1776: mandamus 
councillors, 1. 193, 195, 16. 287, 17. 
289; as governor (1775), 1. 198; 
Bellomont's procedure, 2. 129; 
duties, 8. 93-95, 104; proclama- 
tion on observances of Lord's Day 
(1699), 9. 517; list of candidates 
(1698), 12. 284; Richards's elec- 
tion scheme (1693), 13. 335; mem- 
bers named (1691), 14. 217; and 
Gov. after death of Anne, 15. 
327-362; unpopularity of Dudley, 
327; George I. proclaimed, 328- 
333, 339-340; orders from Eng. 
for proclaiming the King, 333-339 ; 
proposed address in favor of 
Dudley fails, 336; Dudley's proc- 
lamation continuing officers, 337; 
movement to assume control, 340- 
346; proclamation assuming con- 
trol, 346; (facsim., 327); issues 
new commissions, 347; ineptitude 
for control, 347, 354; drafts letter 
to Lords of Trade, 348 ; proclama- 
tion of fast, 349, 352-353 ; broad- 
side attacking control, 349-351, 
356-362; declaration in reply to 
attack (facsim.), 351; royal procla- 
mation continuing Dudley in office, 
351 ; Dudley resumes control, 
352-354 ; — proclamation on militia 
(1701), 17. 52. 

State: power, 16. 243, 245. See 
also General Court, Massachusetts. 
Council of M.H.S., submits resolution 
on George Dexter, 1.7; on Stephen 
Salisbury, 228; annual reports 
(1884), 1. 168; (1885), 2. 66; 



COUNTERFEITING-COURTS 



103 



(1886), 390; (1887), 3. 278; (1888), 

4. 105; (1889), 337; (1890), 5. 
438; (1891), 6. 402; (1892), 7. 
366; (1893), 8. 182; (1894), 9. 18; 
(1895), 10. 118; (1896), 552; (1897), 
11. 313; (1898), 12. 172; (1899), 
13. 63; (1900), 14. 127; (1901), 15. 
25; (1902), 16. 126; (1903), 17. 
209; (1904), 18. 265; (1905), 19. 
201; (1906), 20. 201; members 
elected to (1884), 1. 180; (1885), 2. 
80; (1886), 404; (1887), 3. 298; 
(1888), 4. 119; (1889), 336; (1890), 
6. 457; (1891), 6. 420; (1892), 7. 
383; (1893), 8. 201; (1894), 9. 39; 
(1895), 10. 137; (1896), 573; (1897), 
11. 335; (1898), 12. 190; (1899), 
13. 80; (1900), 14. 146; (1901), 
15. 51; (1902), 16. 148; (1903), 

17. 233, 234; (1904), 18. 290; 
(1905), 19. 226, 227; (1906), 20. 
232; proposal on labors of B. F. 
Stevens, 2. 219 ; amendment to by- 
laws on, 4. 121-123; by-laws on, 
232-234; origin, 338; duty of pre- 
paring report, 338 ; character of re- 
ports, 339; publication of reports, 

5. 108-110; reports on M.H.S. cen- 
tenary, 348, 430, 6. 175, 196; re- 
ports on membership, 7. 298, 
332-335, 18. 188, 252; and new 
Mass. Soc, 8. 59, 90; votes special 
Parkman memorial meeting. 304; 
and Ellis Bequest, 10. 3-6,' 148- 
159, 295-296; and sale of Tremont 
Street building, 297-299; me- 
morials on Constitution, 11. 200, 
210-211, 18. 60, 118-121, 19. 412, 
20. 3-5, 86; votes to transfer Otis 
Papers, 11. 223; proposed en- 
largement, 12. 156, 190; temporary 
additional members, 191; report 
on Hist. MSS. Com., 168, 372; on 
memorial ed. of Bradford and 
Winthrop, 169-172, 340-342; on 
exhibition of Bradford- Winthrop 
letter, 259 ; on disposition of Jeffer- 
son Papers, 293 ; on Denison letters, 
13. 63, 121; and Waterston Li- 
brary, 208; and papers in Eng. 
Public Records Office, 15. 320; 
proposes thanks to Waldo Story, 
325; and personal record of mem- 
bers, 17. 75; report on State me- 
morial to John and J. Q. Adams, 

18. 1; proposal on Nomination 
Book, 20. 427. 

Counterfeiting, of Mass. notes of 
1690, 13. 148 n. ; protective means 
against, in Mass. currency, 321- 



327 ; punishment for altering paper 
money (1764), 18. 260. 

Country life in N. Eng. (1835), 7. 
432-434. 

Courcel, Alphonse Chodron, baron de, 
at Congress of Hist. Sciences (1903), 
12. 246. 

Courier, ship (1846), 7. 321. 

Court houses of Suffolk County, 14. 
97-104, 16. 104-106, 110-113, 120, 
121, 125. 

Courtemanche, Tilly de Repentigny, 
sieur de, mission to Boston (1705), 
5. 421-423; and ilUcit trade, 423. 

Courtenay, William Ashmead, gifts 
to M.H.S., 1. 31, 2. 66,4. 158, 8. 
196, 9. 28, 14. 144; thanks to, 2. 
66; elected a corresp. member 
M.H.S., 3. 63; accepts, 101; tribute 
to R. C. Winthrop, 10. 405-407 ; hist, 
work, 18. 20; letter describing 
gift to M.H.S., 392-394; resigns, 
19. 412; gift returned, 20. 1; and 
Stevens Catalogue-Index, 557, 558. 

Courts. — See also analyzed references 
under Admiralty, Crime, Jury, 
Law, Supreme Court. — Canadian 
commission of oyer and ter- 
miner, 1. 65; Mass. witch-trials, 
66-70, 2. 43; Mass. commis- 
sion ^ of oyer and terminer, 
220; and Shays's Rebellion, 300, 
302; early files of Suffolk Co., 
Mass., 3. 10; G. T. Bigelow as 
judge, 5. 475-481; Chas. Devens 
as judge, 6. 289, 7. 115; in Md. 
(1836), 7. 266; royal instructions 
concerning provincial, 8. 99; ap- 
peal to Privy Council, 103 ; case of 
Winthrop vs. Lechmere, 125-139; 
Mass. habeas corpus case (1706), 
231-235; E. R. Hoar as judge, 9. 
316; payment of judges' salaries in 
Mass. (1774), 10. 83; Attys.-Gen. of 
Mass. before 1780, 285-291; John 
Lowell as judge, 11. 415-416, 14. 
179-187; oath of Mass. justices of 
peace (1686), 13. 230; orders of 
Dudley's Council (1686), 231-237, 
245, 259-262, 265, 276, 278-279, 
284; fees in Mass. (1686), 242- 
243, 245 ;W. C. Endicott as judge, 
14. 165, 15. 527-530, 533; reorgani- 
zation in Va. (1788), 124, 125; com- 
ment on Federal bill (1789), 128, 
130,131; early cases of declaring acts 
void, 131, 17. 507 ; Story on plead- 
ing, 15. 221; on Eng. equity, 222; 
Horace Gray as judge, 259-262, 
266-267, 18. 164-185; R. I. Su- 



104 



COVEKGTON-CRAMPTON 



preme Court (1788), 16. 457; L. F. 
Brigham as judge, 536-537; Va. 
bill on (1787), 17. 492, 493; and 
historians, 18. 155-156; W. A. 
Field as judge, 19. 75-80; colon., 
and Stamp Act, 109-111. 

Covengton. See Coventun. 

Coventry, Lieut. (?) George, in cam- 
paign of 1760, 4. 408, 409. 

Coventry, Thomas, 1st baron, and 
Winslow (1634), 8. 386. 

Coventry, Conn., inn (1804), 2. 6, 32; 
minister (1795), 3. 50. 

Coventry, R. I., inn (1779), 6. 130. ^ 

Coventun (Covengton), John, peti- 
tion (1637), 31. 199. 

Coverfy, Samuel, Detroit bank, 20. 
293, 521. 

Cowan, Esek, Webster on McLeod 
decision, 14. 412. 

Coward, Constance [Mrs. Bennet], 6. 
50. 

Coward, William, bequest for edu- 
cating dissenting ministers, 9. 381, 
386. 

Cowell's Lane, Boston, identity, 1. 
318. 

Cowenhoven, Peter, prize case (1752), 
6.99. 

Cowes, , London merchant 

(1662), 5. 291. 

Cowles, S. W., ''Breeches" Bible 
with Pilgrim marginalia owned by, 
10. 256. 

Cowpens, battle, 19. 122, 123. 

Cowper. See also Cooper, 

Cowper, William, opinion on Fletch- 
er's claim (1696), 5. 296. 

Cowper, William, loyalist refugee, 2. 
234. 

Cowper, William, poet, hymn, 17. 135. 

Cowse, James, Boston bookseller 
(1684), 12. 276. 

Cox, Francis A., at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1835), 5. 216. 

Cox, Jacob Dolson, elected a corresp. 
member M.H.S., 9. 196; letter 
(1895) on E. R. Hoar, 323-325; 
death, 14. xx; M.H.S. tribute to, 
284-286. 

Cox, John, exile in Amsterdam (1611), 
6. 51. 

Cox, John, of Portland, 2. 135. 

Cox, Justina [Mrs. Pecksall], 6. 58. 

Cox, Margaret (Pickering) , 6. 58. 

Cox, Mary (Perkins), 6. 58. 

Cox, Rowland, marshal (1686), 13. 
280. 

Cox, Samuel H., at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1840), 5. 231. 



Cox, T., Boston bookseller, 10. 

547. 
Cox, Thankful (Harris), 2. 135. 
Cox, Lieut. William, wounded at 

Lexington, 6. 396. 
Coxe, Tench, and Pa. politics (1802), 

20. 297. 
Coy, Matthew, deed from Ann 

Hibbins, 1. 186. 
Crabtree, Benjamin, and boundary 

dispute (1732), 19. 29. 
Crackstone, Anna [Mrs. Smith], 17. 

175. 
Crackstone, John [1], Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 173. 
Crackstone, John [2], Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 181. 
Cradock, Damaris, 1. 135. 
Cradock, Mary [Mrs. Gerrish], 20. 

536 w. 
Cradock, Gov. Matthew, will (1641) 

1. 135; farm at Medford, 212, 213 

Gov. of Mass. Bay Co., 239, 6. 324 

and Wells, Me., 2. 157. 
Cradock, Matthew (nephew), 1. 135. 
Cradock, Mrs. Rebecca, 1. 135. 
Cradock, Samuel [1], 1. 135. 
Cradock, Samuel [2], 1. 135. 
Cradock houses, Medford, 14. 292. 
Craford, William, at Marlborough 

(1682), 4. 299. 
Craft. See also Crafts. 
Craft, David, list of journals of Sulli- 
van's expedition, 2. 439, 441. 
Crafts, Esther (Sartwell) [Mrs. Mead], 

16. 408 n. 
Crafts, Griffin, of Roxbury, 14. 320. 
Crafts, Thomas, bill for painting royal 

arms, 4. 240 n., 263; removes 

efhgies (1768), 10. 66. 
Crafts, Col. Thomas, reg. in Boston 

(1778), 10. 105. 
Crafts, William, journey (1804), 2. 

14; Commencement part (1805), 

5. 170; biog. notes, 170 n., 9. 

116 71.; Master's part (1808), 5. 

173; B K oration (1817), 9. 116. 
Crafts family, generations at Rox- 
bury, 14. 320. 
Cragin, Sergeant Joseph, in campaign 

of 1760, 4. 390. 
Craig, John, and Burr, 20. 291. 
Craig vs. Missouri, Marshall on case, 

14. 342. 
Craigie, Dr. Andrew, letter from Dr. 

Craik (1780), 15. 362. 
Craik, Dr. James, letter to Dr. Craigie 

(1780) on Am. army, 15. 362. 
Cramah^, M., letter to Levis, 4. 97. 
Crampton. See Cranston. 



CRANCH-CRIME 



105 



Cranch, Elizabeth [Mrs. Norton], 16. 
332, 332 n,, 413. 

Cranch, Lucy [Mrs. Greenleaf], 16. 
410, 410 n. 

Cranch, Mary (Smith), letter from 
Abigail Adams (1799), 3. 275; 
mentioned in J. Q. Adams's diary 
(1787-88), 16. 306-308, 340, 410; 
father's sermon on marriage of, 19. 
386. 

Cranch, Richard, in 1792, 4. 65; men- 
tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary 
(1787-88), 16. 295, 339, 410, 412, 
430, 431, 441; biog. note, 296 n. 

Cranch, William, Harvard LL.D. 
(1829), 5. 201; J. Q. Adams's 
characterization, 16. 308 n. ; biog. 
note, 306 n. ; mentioned in Adams's 
diary (1787-89), 308, 308-312, 322, 
326, 329-334, 340, 345, 353, 366, 
368, 370, 410-412, 423, 430, 436, 
441, 453, 455, 464. 

Crandon, Jean (Bess), 3. 415 n. 

Crandon, John [1], guest of Old 
Colony Club, 3. 415; biog. note, 
415 n. 

Crandon, John [2], 3. 415 n. 

Crane, , of Braintree, death 

(1710), 14. 27. 

Crane, Mrs., innkeeper at Killing- 
worth (1795), 3. 44. 

Crane, Cajptain (1778), 2. 444.. 

Crane, Albert O., gifts to M.H.S., 2. 
394, 3. 283, 5. 451. 

Crane, EUzabeth [Mrs. Chapin], 1. 
137. 

Crane, John [1], of Eng. (1669), 1. 
137. 

Crane, John [2], 1. 137. 

Crane, Col. John, in Am. Rev., 1. 251. 

Crane, Margaret [Mrs. Rogers], 1. 
137. 

Crane, Mary [Mrs. Whiting], 1. 137. 

Crane, Robert [1], of Eng. (1669), 1. 
137. 

Crane, Robert [2], 1. 137. 

Crane, Robert, nephew of [1], 1. 137. 

Crane, Robert, son of prec€;ding, 1. 
137. 

Crane, Samuel, of Eng., will (1669), 1. 
137. 

Crane, Ca'pt. William M., Rogers on, 
4. 208. 

Cranfield, Gov. Edward, letter to 
Charles II. (1683), 5. 294; and 
Puritan ministers, 16. 180. 

Cranston (Crampton), Capt. Abner, 
at Ticonderoga (1776) , 6. 83. 

Cranston, Samuel, and R. I. illicit 
trade (1707), 4. 152. 



Cranstoun, George. See Corehouse. 

Orapo, William Wallace, elected a 
member M.H.S., 10. 362; accepts, 
363; remarks, 11. 187, 12. 112, 
424; elected to M.H.S. Council 
(1897, '98), 11. 335, 12. 190; on 
Gosnold at Cuttyhunk, 16. 247- 
249 ; on J. S. Brayton, 18. 418-419 ; 
Memoir of J. S. Brayton, 19. 
268-272. 

Crashaw, William, extant copy of 
New-year es Gift to Va., 12. 161. 

Craven, Tunis A. M., and failure to 
attack Sumter, 16. 467. 

Craven, William, earl of, grant of 
Bahamas, 13. 15. 

Crawford. See also Craford. 

Crawford, , of New York (1804), 

2. 10. 

Crawford^ Andrew J., Jackson's letter 

(1833) 14. 370-372. 
Crawford, Mungo, admitted a denizen 

(1686), 13. 258. 
Craw^ford, Thomas, and C. C. Perkins, 

3. 226, 228; ''Hebe and Gany- 
mede," 226; '' Beethoven," 228. 

Crawford, Col. William, expedition 
(1782), 19. 159. 

Creamer, , salary at Philadelphia 

Academy (1754), 7. 341. 

Creasy, Sir Edward, ignores last 
royal veto, 5. 158. 

Creek Indians, Mass. resolution on 
(1831), 15. 217 n. 

Creighton, Mandell, elected a cor- 
resp. member M.H.S., 3. 178; 
accepts, 215; and return of Brad- 
ford MS., 12. 59-60, 15. 70-71; 
transferred to honorary member- 
ship, 12. 60, 72; death, 14. xx; 
M.H.S. tribute to, 425-426. 

Crese, Jonathan, on Indian scout 
(1748), 6. 431. 

Crdvecceur, Mme. Marie de, on St. 
John de Crevecceur's papers, 20. 20. 

Cr^vecoeur, St. John de. See St. John. 

Crime, executions for infanticide, 1. 
153, 155; Beadle murder, 2. 147- 
149; punishment for defamation 
(1634), 3. 4; police reform in 
Boston (1792), 4. 62-64; minor, 
in colon. Mass., 6. 498; simony, 

8. 507, 514-517; findings of grand 
jury of Middlesex Co., Mass. (1753), 

9. 17-18; punishments in Boston 
(1764-73), 10. 57; ethics of crimi- 
nal law, 11. 139-142 ; index of first 
Mass. code of duties of constable, 
14. 382-384; suicide as, 16. 375, 
521-532; cropping and branding 



106 



CRIMINAL LAW-CROSBY 



as punishments (1764), 18. 260; 
negro rapists and lynching, 19. 
102-104; code of colon. N. H., 
174; Mass. case and law on high- 
way robbery, 178-190; penitenti- 
aries (1812), 370, 374. See also 
Riots, Social conditions. 

Criminal law, ethics of advocacy, 11. 
139-142. See also Crime. 

Cripps, , of Charieston (1804), 

2.26. 

Crisp, (1675), 13. 401. 

Crisp, Captain, and Phips's Port 
Royal expedition, 13. 334. 

Crisp, Richard, fencing-school (1686), 
13. 269. 

Critchett, William, deserts (1760), 
6. 383. 

Crittenden, John Jordan, separated 
elections to Senate, 13. 315. 

Crittenden, William, bill of sale of 
slave, 20. 514. 

Crockendine, Abraham, exile in Am- 
sterdam, 6. 51. 

Crocker, , innkeeper at New 

Bedford (1801), 4. 135. 

Crocker, Reverend, sermons at siege 
of Louisburg (1745), 11. 424, 436. 

Crocker, Abby [Mrs. Cobb], 7. 320. 

Crocker, Ann J. (Fitz), 19. 564. 

Crocker, Clara G. (Ballard), 19. 564. 

Crocker, George G., Conveyancers' 
Assoc, 14. 96 n.; legal work, 19. 
556. 

Crocker, Hannah (Mather), gift to 
M.H.S., 8. 144. 

Crocker, Josiah, 19. 554. 

Crocker, Samuel, port., 6. 416. 

Crocker, Sarah K. (Haskell), 19. 554. 

Crocker, Uriel, port., 3. 283; career, 
19. 554. 

Crocker, Uriel Haskell, elected a 
member M.H.S., 1. 41; accepts, 
75; Hst of publications (1885, '96), 

2. 391, 11. 317; on Auditing Com. 
(1887), 3. 254; report, 297; on 
Wm. Aspinwall, 12. 359; Con- 
veyancers' Assoc, 14. 96 n.; 
M.H.S. tribute to, 16. 1-3; in 
M.H.S., 2; economic studies, 

3, 19. 560-563; memoir of, as- 
signed to H. G. Denny, 16. 19; 
Memoir by S. S. Shaw, 19. 554- 
565; PORT, and autog., 554; 
birth, 554; ancestry, 554; edu- 
cation, 554; lawyer, legal works, 
555-557; character, 555, 564; and 
Boston park system, 557; and in- 
dex of Suffolk deeds, 558; in Com- 
mon Council, 559; on authorship 



of Book of Possessions, 563; sav- 
ings-bank reform, 563; revision of 
statutes and ordinances, 564 ; mar- 
riages, children, 564; societies and 
positions, 564; death, 564. 
Crockett. See Crokatt. 
Crofte, Rev. John, of Saleby, Eng. 

(1612), 8. 508, 597. 
Crofts, Sir Herbert, as Puritan, 3. 

156. 
Croghan, George, journal of Pontiac 

Conspiracy, 4. 44. 
Crokatt, Charles, letter on Declara- 
tory Act (1766), 11. 446. 
Crokatt, James, prize case (1744), 

5. 88. 
Cromberger, Juan, and Mexican press, 

12. 397-398. 
Cromwell, Elizabeth [Mrs. Clepole], 

2. 256. 
Cromwell, Henry, in Boston society, 

10. 35 ; origin and career, 36. 
Cromwell, Nathan, Anti-Federalist, 

17. 507. 
Cromwell, Oliver, West Indian ex- 
pedition, 3. 194, 14. 211-212, 16. 

499-502; and N. Eng. migration 

to Jamaica, 3. 194; Protectorate 

established, 4. 270; dissolves Pari. 

(1658), 277; Gardiner's view of, 12. 

Ill, 16. 10; »and Old Providence 

Island, 13. 7 n. 
Cromwell, Richard, and Desborough, 

16. 509. 
Cromwell, privateer, 1. 19. 
Crooffoot, John, death at Louisburg 

(1745), 11. 443. 
Crook, , of Newport (1789), 16. 

460. 
Crooked Billet, Pa. (1777), 6. 103. 
Crookes, Joseph, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Crookes, Sir William, and levitation, 

20. 445. 
Crooks, William, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Cropper, Gen. John, port., 4. 109. 
Cropper, John, of N. Y., gift to 

M.H.S., 4. 109. 
Crops, in Massachusetts (1701), 1. 

155; (1703), 157; (1707), 159; 

(1708), 160. See also Agriculture. 
Crosbey. See also Crosby. 
Crosbey, Ebenezer, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 184. . 
Crosbey, Lieut. Joseph, disciplined 

by church (1735), 6. 490. 
Crosby, James, case, 16. 114 n. 
Crosby, Joel, captured (1758), 6. 22, 

33; effects appraised, 24, 28. 



CROSBY-CUMMINGS 



107 



Crosby, Leander, and ''Ancient 

Wreck," 4. 217 n. 
Crosby, Robert, of Groton (1759), 

6.29. 
Crosby, Thomas, of Boston, death 

(1702), 14.21. 
Crosby, WilHam, and class reunion 

(1844), 5. 242. 
Cross. See also Crosse. 
Cross, , of Philadelphia (1754), 

7. 341. 
Cross, Jane (Greenleaf), 16. 383 n. 
Cross, Ralph, 16. 383 w. 
Cross Dam, Boston, 13. 3. 
Crosse, Capt. Stephen, in Phips's 

Quebec expedition, 15. 299. 
Crosson, William, captured (1778), 

6. 118, 122. 
Croswell, Rev. Andrew [1], 3. 430 n.; 

Isaac Watts on, 9. 398. 
Croswell, Andrew [2], of Plymouth 

Com. of Corresp., 3. 402 n. 
Croswell, Dr. Andrew [3], at class 

reunion (1848), 5. 255-258. 
Croswell, Joseph, guest of Old Colony 

Club, 3. 430, 431; biog. note, 

430 n. ; drama, 431 n. 
Croswell, William, exhibition part 

(1780), 18. 222. 
Croupier de Kandran, Stephen, prize 

case (1746), 5. 89. 
Crowell, Jabez (1717), 8. 219. 
Crowell, Mrs. Sarah (1717), 8. 220. 
Crown Coffee House, Boston, 4. 

243. 
Crown Coffee House, Providence, 

4. 245. 

Crown . Point, expedition against 
(1755), 1. 70, 13. 386-387; name 
as royal memorial, 4. 247; Am. 
army at (1760), 392-396, 403-405, 

5. 355-367, 380-390; (1776), 10. 
498;^ plan (17^2), 8. 226. 

Crowninscheldt, Johannes C. R. von, 
immigrant, 15. 525. 

Crowninshield, Benjamin W., sub- 
scription for M.H.S. building, 3. 
291; letter from Com. Rogers 
(1815) characterizing naval offi- 
cers, 4. 207; Choate's campaign 
against (1830), 11. 126. 

Crowninshield, Caspar, in Civil War, 
2. 417n. 

Crowninshield, Edward Augustus, 
and Chas. Deane, 7. 48, 53, 83. 

Crowninshield, Francis B., and 
Choate, 11. 130, 143; and Mass. 
Conven. (1853), 18. 34.^ 

Crowninshield, George, in War of 
1812, 15. 525. 



Crowninshield, Harriet E. D. (Seais), 

2. 429. 
Crowninshield, Jacob, polit. letter 

from Wm. Bentley (1804), 8. 

58-59; career, 15. 525; papeis, 

525. 
Crowninshield, Mary [Mrs. Endicott], 

15. 524. 
Crowninshield, Sarah (Gardner), 15. 

526. 
Cruden, M., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 51. 
Cruft, Edward, subscription for 

M.H.S. building, 3. 291. 
Cruft, Samuel B., Master's oration 

(1839), 5. 227; gift to M.H.S., 6. 

416. 
Cuba, character of Span, rule, 12. 71 ; 

attitude of U. S. (1825), 360-366; 

(1823), 15. 386; Ben. Waterhouse 

on (1836), 460. 
Culley, , farm near Cherry 

Valley, 2. 449, 450, 462; removes, 

453. 
CulUck, John, release (1660), 5. 290. 
CuUum, George Washington, elected 

a corresp. member M.H.S., 1. 41; 

accepts, 75; extends hospitality, 

4.367; M.H.S. tribute to, 7. 331. 
Culpeper, Thomas, 2d baron, in Bos- 
ton (1680), 13. 408. 
Culver, Edward, deed to (1665), fi. 

292. 
Culverwell, Ezekiel, of Eng. (1598), 

19. 294. 
Cumber, Peter, picture-framer, 4. 

242 n. 
Cumberland, Md., coal mines (1836), 

7. 267, 268. 
Cumberland, N. S., in 1776, 2. 301, 

302. 
Cumbey, Robert, Some Few Remarks, 

17. 27-28. 
Cuming, John, instructions to Capt. 

Lawrence (1758), 6. 25. 
Cumings. See also Cuming, Cum- 

mings. 
Cumings, Bradley, works on Boston 

defences (1814), 14. 152. 
Cumings, Rev. Henry, at Harvard 

Commencements (1806-08), 5. 171, 

173, 174. 
Cumings, Lieut. Nathaniel, in cam- 
paign of 1760, 4. 388, 389. 
Cumings, Simeon, in campaign of 

1760, 4. 389. 
Cummings. See also Cumings. 
Cummings, , and spies (1778), 3. 

121.^ 
Cummings, Asa, Commencement part 

(1817), 5. 182; biog. note, 182 n. 



108 



CUMMINGS-CUSHING 



Cummings, Benjamin, 4. 385. 
Cummings, Samuel, "and Rev. Dudley 

Bradstreet, 13. 300. 
Cummings, Sarah (Holden), 4. 385. 
Cumston, John, captured at Quebec, 

2. 295. 

Cunkaroorut, Scatacook Indian, 6. 
378. 

Cunningham, Archibald, absentee 
loyalist, 10. 163. 

Cunningham, Charles W., business, 
7. 321. 

Cunningham, Edward L., Master's 
oration (1832), 5. 209. 

Cunningham, Rev, Francis, Com- 
mencement part (1825), 5. 193; 
biog. notes, 193 n., 9. 125 n.; 0BK 
prayer (1834), 125. 

Cunningham, Henry C, and Jack- 
son's Crawford letter, 14. 370-372. 

Cunningham, Henry W., acknowl- 
edgment to, 20. 596 n. 

Cunningham, J. Henry, business, 7. 
321. 

Cunningham, Major (?) James, in 
Boston society, 10. 32. 

Cunningham, Nathaniel, subscribes 
to Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 
208. 

Cunningham, William, elected a 
corresp. member M.H.S., 13. 121. 

Curagao, illicit trade with N. Eng. 
(1707), 4. 152; measures to check 
it, 154. 

Currency. See Paper money. 

Currie, Dr. James (1787), 17. 457. 

Currie, John, at Passamaquoddy Bay, 

3. 91. 

Curry, Ross, 16. 460; biog. note, 
460 n. 

Curry, Jabez Lamar Monroe, elected 
a corresp. member M.H.S., 2. 4; 
accepts, 64 ; on profert of Alphonso 
XIII., 3. 54; on Span, archives on 
Am. Rev., 54; Diplomatic ser- 
vices OF G. W. Erving, 6. 6, 17- 
33; on growth of antislavery, 14. 
11, 12; M.H.S. tribute to, 17. 128. 

Cursing as crime in colon. Mass., 6. 
498. 

Curtice, Samuel, and Beadle murder, 
2. 147. 

Curtis. See also Curtice. 

Curtis, Ashley, death, 14. 27. 

Curtis, Benjamin Bobbins, on Judge 
Bigelow, 5. 481 ; on ethics of advo- 
cacy, 11. 139; on Choate as lawyer, 
153; as leader of bar, 14. 158; Fri- 
day Club, 473, 16. 465; Webster^s 
letter introducing (1848), 15. 280. 



Curtis, C. P., gift to M.H.S., 6. 416. 

Curtis, Caroline E. [Mrs. Frothing- 
ham], 10. 513. 

Curtis, Catherine S. [Mrs. Green- 
ough], 14. 471. 

Curtis, Charles, loyalist refugee, 2. 
234. 

Curtis, Edward, and Johnson's port, 
of Webster, 2. 218. 

Curtis, George Ticknor, mistake on 
last royal veto, 5. 159; death an- 
nounced, 9. 1. 

Curtis, George William, death an- 
nounced, 8. 1. 

Curtis, Lieut. ( ?) Jesse (or Peter) , at 
siege of Boston, 9. 89. 

Curtis, Capt. John, of Worcester, 4. 
387. 

Curtis, Joseph, non-consumption 
agreement (1786), 8. 497. 

Curtis, Louis, gift to M.H.S., 16. 201. 

Curtis, Martha [Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. 
Freeman], 4. 47, 320. 

Curtis, Obadiah, 4. 47. 

Curtis, Lieut. Samuel, killed (1758), 
6. 33. 

Curtis, Samuel, at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1820), 6. 187. 

Curtis, Sarah, 4. 320. 

Curtis, Thomas B., on "Boston 
Proper," 1. 263; letter from Web- 
ster (1843), 18. 325. 

Curtis, Lieut. William, on furlough, 2. 
451, 453 ; at Cherry Valley, 457. 

Curtius, Ernst, elected honorary 
member M.H.S., 3. 313; M.H.S. 
tributes to, 11. 108, 118-120. 

Curwin, Jonathan (1717), 8. 217. 

Cushing, Deacon, innkeeper at Hing- 
ham (c. 1765), 10. 47. 

Cushing, Anne, of Eng. (1669), 1. 
137. 

Cushing, Rev. Cal«b [H. C. 1692], 

. port., 16. 291. 

Cushing, Caleb, at a class dinner, 2. 
91; Master's oration (1820) and 
biog. notes, 5. 187, 187 n., 9. 117 n.; 
(PBK poem (1819), 117; (P B K 
oration (1839), 130; at B K din- 
ner (1845), 140. 

Cushing, Daniel, will of uncle, 1. 137 ; 
justice of peace (1686), 13. 254; 
death (1700), 14. 19. 

Cushing, Elijah, office, 2. 232. 

Cushing, Elizabeth, of Eng. (1669), 1. 
137. 

Cushing, Elizabeth [Mrs. Thaxter], 
16. 339 n. 

Cushing, Mrs. Godly, of Eng. (1669), 
1. 137. 



CUSHING-CUSTOMS 



109 



Gushing, Harry A., Transition in 
Mass., 11. 289. 

Gushing, Jacob, at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1808), 5. 174. 

Gushing, Jeremiah, of (?) Boston, 1. 
137; house burned (1676), 13. 
411. 

Gushing, Rev. Jeremiah, of Scituate, 
death (1706), 14. 24. 

Gushing, John [1], 1. 137. 

Gushing, John [2], and Gouncil's as- 
sumption of control (1715), 15. 
349. 

Gushing, Judge John [3], letters from 
Hutchinson (1765-69), 20. 535- 
^"37. 

Gushing, John [? 4], at Boston dinner 
(1776), 10. 103. 

Gushing, John, Harvard D.D. (1822), 
5. 190. 

Gushing, Katherine [Mrs. Long], 1. 
137. 

Gushing, Mrs. Margery, of Eng. 
(1669), 1. 137. 

Gushing, Matthew, of England (1669), 
1. 137. 

Gushing, Matthew, of N. Eng. (1669), 
1. 137. 

Gushing, Nathan, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 408, 409, 412, 427, 429. 

Gushing, Lieut. (Capt.) Nathaniel, at 
Ticonderoga (1776), 6. 85; in Sara- 
toga campaign, 6. 97, 101 ; furlough, 
106, 107. 

Gushing, Peter, of Eng. (1669), 1. 
137. 

Gushing, Mrs. Robert (Perkins), 7. 
428. 

Gushing, Sarah M. [Mrs. Toppan], 15. 
483. 

Gushing,. Theophilus, of N. Eng. 
(1669), 1. 137. 

Gushing, Thomas, of London, will 
(1669), 1. 137. 

Gushing, Thomas [1], director of Mer- 
chants' Notes scheme (1733), 17. 
189, 205, 207. 

Gushing, Thomas [2], on Mass. Com. 
of Corresp., 4. 82; journal of meet- 
ings, 83-90; letter to Bowdoin 
(1775) on Washington, 8. 61; from 
Bowdoin (1775) on Washington 
and pay of forces, 289; in Boston 
society, 10. 31, 33, 106, 107; 
chosen Speaker (1766), 62; on 
com. on Liberty affair, 67; vetoed 
for Com.-Gen. (1770), 75; con- 
ference on Port Bill, 84; chosen 
for Congress (1774), 86; charac- 
terized, 12. 139; prominent rebel, 



16.92; lettertoWm. Cooper (1775) 
on probate matter, division of Suf- 
folk, 97-99; as judge of probate, 
97 n.-99 n., 113 n., 116; interment, 
391. 

Gushing, Lieut. Thomas, in Am. army 
(1779), 6. 127. 

Gushing, Thomas, Master's oration 
(1837), 5. 220. 

Gushing, Thomas H., as Ad j .-Gen., 
20. 354. 

Gushing, William, of Eng. (1669), 1. 
137. 

Gushing, Judge William, revises Mass. 
statutes, 3. 378; salary question 
(1774), 10. 83; bibg. note, 16. 
341 n. 

Gushman, Charlotte S., ancestry, 3. 
385. 

Gushman, Elkanah [1], 3. 385. 

Gushman, Elkanah [2], loyalist refu- 
gee, 2. 234; biog. note, 3. 385; 
AUTOG., 389; member of Old 
Colony Club, 389; record of at- 
tendance, 389-444; steward, 390; 
treasurer, 399; surveyor of new 
road, 405; present from Club, 419. 

Gushman, Elkanah [3], 3. 385; works 
on Boston defences (1814), 14. 152. 

Gushman, Joshua, 16. 407; J. Q. 
Adams's characterization, 407 n. ; 
biog. note, 408 n. 

Gushman, Mary (Singleton), Pilgrim 
at Leyden, 17. 173. 

Gushman, Mary (Lothrop), 3. 385. 

Gushman, Mary E. (Babbit), 3. 385. 

Gushman, Robert, sermon at Ply- 
mouth (1621), editions, extant 
copies, 3. 404, 404 n., 9. 184; Pil- 
grim at Leyden, 17. 173. 

Gushman, Mrs. Sarah, Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 173. 

Gushman, Susannah W. (Lothrop), 
3. 385. 

Gushman, Thomas, Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 173. 

Cussens, Nicholas, Boston estate, 14. 
56 n. 

Custer, E. L., port, of S. F. Haven, 1. 
403. 

Customs, Quary's report on violations 
in Am. colonies (1708), 4. 149-155; 
royal instructions to province 
(1702), 8. 102; Townshend Acts, 
10, 63, 75; mistakes in history 
of Boston, 12. 192-195; records 
there, 193; Boston clearance cer- 
tificate (1692), 284; duties laid by 
Dudley's Council (1686), 13. 241, 
245, 269; regulation of Mass. 



no 



CUSTOMS-DAKIN 



coasting vessels (1686), 256; Mass. 
ports of entry (1686), 264; con- 
flict with navy officers (1686), 273, 
274; at Kennebec River (1686), 
275, 278. See also Acts of Trade, 
Commerce, Tariff, Tea. 

Customs, social. See Social life. 

Cuthbert, Colonel, S. C. planter (1804), 
2. 27, 28. 

Cnthbertson, Cuthbert, Pilgrim at 
Ley den, 17. 173. 

Cuthbertson, Elizabeth (Kendall), 
Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 173. 

Cuthbertson, Samuel, Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 181. 

Cutler, Ephraim, biog., 6. 72. 

Cutler, John, conveyance (1691), 7. 
168; suit (1686), 13. 282. 

Cutler, John, in Trinity Church ves- 
try (1774), 10. 89. 

Cutler, Lydia (Prout), 16. 379 n. 

Cutler, Manasseh, port., 4. 110; 
biog., 6. 72 ; tract on map of North- 
west Territory (1785), 14. 167. 
• Cutler, Mrs. Mary (1717), 8. 217. 

Cutler, Mrs. Rebecca, of Charlestown, 
death, 7. 170. 

Cutler, Samuel, biog. note, 16. 379 n. ; 
J. Q. Adams on, 394, 444; men- 
tioned in Adams's diary (1788), 
379, 383, 384, 393, 396, 400, 401, 
415, 448. 

Cutler, Timothy, petition as constable 
(1685), 13. 252. 

Cutler, Rev. Timothy, Pelham's mez- 
zotint, 18. 238. 

Cutler, William P., gift to M.H.S., 4. 

no. 

Cutshamekin, sagamore, 8. 10, 16. 
484. 

Cutt, Richard, ancestor of Am. family, 
2. 195 ; death, 13. 354, 401 ; Green- 
land's plot against, 19. 288-290. 

Cutt, Mrs. Ursula, killed by Indians 
(1694), 7. 167. 

Cutter, William R., and Chamber- 
lain's Chelsea, 20. 146. 

Cutting, , Eng.-Va. trade (1651), 

3.6. 

Cutting, Sergeant Hezekiah, at Cherry 
Valley (1778), 2. 457. 

Cutting, John Brown, letters to Jef- 
ferson (1788), 17. 501-508 [see 
Jefferson]. 

Cutts. See also Cutt. 

Cutts, Anna Howard, 16. 317 n., 421. 

Cutts, Charles, exhibition part (1788), 
16. 408; biog. note, 408 n. 

Cutts, Eliza Eppes [Mrs. Carter], 16. 
137 n. 



Cutts, Joanna, of Eng. (1694), 2. 175. 

Cutts, John, baron, letters communi- 
cated, 2. 171; courage, 172; career, 
172, 192; and Joseph Dudley, 172, 
173; character, 172; letters to 
Dudley (1693-1700), 173-192; on 
personal financial matters, 174- 
175, 182; on mourning livery, 174; 
on clothing for regiment, 175; on 
Flanders campaign (1694), 176-177; 
and corporations of Isle of Wight 
towns, 177, 182-185, 190; prom- 
ises to Dudley, 177, 179, 184, 186; 
reproves him, 178, 185, 188; on the 
"association," 179; intrigue over 
an appointment, 179; on elections 
at Wight, 181 ; on approaching end 
of war (1697), 185; plan to con- 
trol affairs at Wight, 186; expects 
vice-admiralship, 185, 190; orders 
celebration of King's return, 187- 
188; at Tunbridge Wells, 191; on 
poaching, 191; — lampooned by 
Swift, 192; death, 193; on taking 
of Venloo, 193 ; as poet, 193; dedi- 
cation to Mary of Orange, 194; 
marriages, 195 : ports., 195. 

Cutts, Mary (Carter), 16. 317 n. 

Cuttyhunk Island, Gosnold on, 16. 
247-249; monument to Gosnold, 
249, 17. 440. 

Cuvier, Georges, baron, influence of 
Buffon on, 16. 345 n. 

Cylon's conspiracy at Athens, date, 
6. 385. 

D 

D., C, New Englands Faction dis- 
covered, 10. 359. 

Dabney, Jonathan P., Commence- 
ment spread (1811), 5. 176. 

Dade, William, deposition (1659), 11. 
183. 

Dagget. See also Daggett, Dagot. 

Dagget, , sea-captain (1694), 7. 

166. 

Daggett, David, ^ at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1837), 5. 220. 

Daggett, Rev. Naphtali, at siege of 
Boston, 7. 409. 

Daggett, Thomas, innkeeper at Attle- 
boro, 9. 42. 

Dagot, , in Va. campaign (1781), 

6. 145. 

Dakin, Capt. Samuel, killed (1758), 
6. 33. 

Dakin, John, death at Louisburg 
(1745), 11. 442. 



DALE-DANA 



111 



Dale, Elizabeth, Lady, Va. plantation, 

3. 5. 
Dale, Margery [Mrs. Williams], 6. 63. 
Dale, Sir Thomas, and Argall's raid, 

1. 190. 

Dall, Mrs. Caroline H., gifts to 
M.H.S., 11. 333, 13. 310. 

Dall, Charles H. A., Commencement 
part (1837), 5. 219; biog. note, 
219 ?i. 

Dallas, Alexander J., and Jon. 
Mason, 2. 11; and Duane sedition 
case, 20. 266; and Pa. politics 
(1802), 277; on Jefferson and 
Miranda, 283; Duane on cabal, 
338 

Dallas, George M., and tariff (1832), 
19. 523. 

Dalrymple. See also Dirumphel. 

Dalrymple, Col. William, in Boston 
society, 10. 29, 32, 46, 70, 73, 75- 
77; quartering of his troops, 69; 
vote of merchants censuring, 73; 
and Boston Massacre, 74; Castle 
delivered up to, 76. 

Dalton, Catherine, 16. 389 n. 

D alt on, Charles Henry, gift to 
M.H.S., 10. 293; and cotton man- 
ufacture, 17. 123; elected a mem- 
ber M.H.S., 18. 334; on Auditing 
Com. (1905), 454; report, 19. 221; 
Christmas Story, 205; on U. S. 
postage stamps, 20. 6-12. 

Dalton, Edward Barry, character, 
8. 85. 

Dalton, John C, Commencement part 
(1814) and biog. note, 6. 178, 
178 n. 

Dalton, Mary [Mrs. White], 16. 297 n., 
389 n., 421. 

Dalton, Ruth Hooper [Mrs. Deblois], 
J. Q. Adams on, 16. 297; men- 
tioned, 388, 389 n., 421. 

Dalton, (?) Samuel, on com. on war 
expenses (1676), 12. 402. 

Dalton, Sarah, 16. 389 n. 

Dalton, Rev. Timothy, at Hampton, 

2. 48. 

Dalton, Tristram, in Boston society, 
10. 33, 36, 99, 103, 107; Newbury 
estate, 45; in Boston (1776), 99; 
biog. note, 16. 297 n. ; mentioned 
in J. Q. Adams's diary (1787-88), 
297, 301, 331, 387; and reception 
of Washington (1789), 463. 

Daly, Sir Malachy B., at Cabot cele- 
bration, 12. 8. 

Daman. See also Damon. 

Daman, Obadiah, loyalist refugee, 2. 
235. 



Damariscotta, Me., Indian fight 
(1697), 1. 151, 13. 28. 

Damiani, , Eng. consul at Jaffa 

(1832), 19. 499. 

Dammon, , death in Am. army 

(1776), 12. 102. 

Damon. See also Daman, Dammon. 

Damon, A. B., of Ga., 20. 515. 

Damon, David, Harvard D.D. (1843), 
5. 239. 

Damphord, Reverend, identity, 4. 160. 

Dana. See also Daney. 

Dana, Anderson, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Dana, Charles A., at Harvard, 12. 
9; on Grant and Butler (1864), 19. 
354; and capture of Richmond, 20. 
90; on Grant's lack of staff, 162 n. 

Dana, Charles S., gift to M.H.S., 13. 
129. 

Dana, Rev. Daniel, resemblance to 
Clay, 19. 376; jubilee, 431, 438. 

Dana, Elizabeth (Ellery), 6. 262. 

Dana, Francis, career, 6. 262; Hig- 
ginson on recall (1784), 8. 180; in 
Boston society, 10. 32; and X Y Z 
mission, 15. 89; paralytic fit (1787), 
16. 295 n., 341; J. Q. Adams on, 
295 n. ; mentioned in Adams's 
diary (1787-88), 341, 343, 409, 413, 
432, 439; in Ratification Conven., 
371; commended to Rich. Price- 
(1775), 17. 283, 284. 

Dana, George, case, 16. 20. 

Dana, Rev. James [H. C. 1753], biog. 
note, 3. 46; in 1795, 47. 

Dana, Gen. James, cat. of Webster 
ports., busts, etc., 2. 262-265. 

Dana, Richard, 6. 262; on com. to 
instruct representatives (1767, '68), 
10. 64,^ 68; on com. on Liberty 
affair, 67. 

Dana, Richard Henry [1], 6. 262. 

Dana, Richard Henry [2], and F. E. 
Parker, 2. 214, 3. 249; Conscience 
Whig, 147, 13. 201; Commence- 
ment part (1837), 5. 219; biog. 
note, 219 n.; on Judge Bigelow, 
476-478, 481; Memoir by C. F. 
Adams, 6. 209, 262-267; port. 
and AUTOG., 262; birth and death, 
262; ancestry, 262; education, 
262, 263; voyage to Calif., 263; 
Two Years before the Mast, 263; 
studies law, 263 ; Seaman's Friend, 
264; marriage, 264; Free-Soiler, 
264; and fugitive slaves, 264; in 
Mass. Conven. (1853), 264, 18. 35, 
37, 39; and rendition of Burns, 6. 
264; travel, 265; U. S. Dist.-Atty. 



112 



DANA-DARTMOOR 



for Mass., 265, 266; ed. of Whea- 
ton's International Law, Lawrence 
controversy, 265; in Mass. leg- 
islature, 266; candidacy for Con- 
gress, 266; in M.H.S., 266; in 
Am. Academy, 266; public 
addresses, 266; Harvard connec- 
tions, 266; religion, 267; last 
years abroad, 267; extended me- 
moir of, 267 ; letter to Ed. Moxon 
(1841) on Eng. pub. of Seaman's 
Friend, 398-399; and Eng. mis- 
sion (1876), 399; and H. M. 
Dexter, 7. 96; Hill's memoir, 369; 
and literary men, 9. 306; Henry 
Lee's characterization, 19. 252. 

Dana, Judge Samuel, and returns of 
census of 1765, 4. 138. 

Dana, Rev. Samuel, gift to M.H.S. 
(1814), 11. 73. 

Dana, Sarah (Watson), 6. 264. 

Dana, Sophia (Willard), 16. 309 n. 

Danbury, Conn., Am. forces at 
(1778-79), 3. 120-125; Brit, raid 
(1777), 6. 91. 

Dancing, Boston assemblies (1768- 
73), 10. 37; allowed by Book of 
Sports, 19. 88, 90. 

Dane. See also Dean. 

Dane, Rev. Francis, at Andover, 2. 48 ; 
death, 14. 17. 

Dane, Mary [Mrs. Chandler], 3. 
206. 

Dane, Nathan, and Va. milit. grants, 
17. 509. 

Daneau, Lambert, De Sortiariis, 1. 
355 n. 

Daney, Captain, of Hudson River 
(1781), 6. 160. 

Danford (? Danforth), Lieutenant, at 
siege of Boston, 9. 75. 

Danforth, Benjamin, witnesses a 
manumission, 8. 500. 

Danforth, Isaac, subscription to Bos- 
ton dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Danforth, Rev. John, visit to R. I., 1. 
155; elegy on Willard (1707), 6. 
173; almanac (1679), 9. 446; 
Kneeling to God, 511, 10. 358; 
preface to Warning to the Flocks, 
9. 526, 17. 29; and will of John 
Foster, 19. 59, 60. 

Danforth, Capt. Jonathan (1692), 7. 
163; MS. plans of tract of land, 
9. 193-195. 

Danforth, Capt. Jonathan, at Ticon- 
deroga (1776), 6. 84. 

Danforth, Rev. Samuel [1] [H. C. 
1643], at Roxbury, 2. 46; Astro- 
nomical Description of late Comet, 



9. 423; Recognition of New-Eng- 
lands Errand, 429; verses on Wm. 
Tompson, 10. 284; death, 13. 398. 

Danforth, Rev. Samuel [2], of Taun- 
ton, preaches in Boston (1714), 
8. 223; almanac (1686), 9. 469- 
470; account of Indian planta- 
tions, 514, 10. 358; Indian transl. 
of Mather's Five Sermons, extant 
copies, price, 358. 

Danforth, Samuel [H. C. 1671], 
preaches for Mather (1675), 13. 
343; Harvard affairs (1675), 349. 

Danforth, Samuel [H. C. 1715], 20. 
535 

Danforth, Thomas, death (1699), 1. 
154; Boston estate, 313; report on 
Groton (1661), 4. 136, 137; deed 
to York, Me. (1684); 5. 432-435; 
leadership, 8. 282; and Andros 
(1689), 9. 478; and press censor- 
ship, 11. 243; order of Dudley's 
Council on, 13. 236, 260. 

Danforth, Thomas, addresses to 
Hutchinson and Gage (1774), 14. 
50 n., 51 n. 

Daniel, Richard, goes to England 
(1689), 7. 151. 

Daniell, Alice, letter to Winthrop 
(? 1635) on estate of Saml. Skelton, 

10. 109-114. 

Daniels, J. H., gift to M.H.S., 2. 

394; etching of Bernard, 4. 110. 
Danielson, Major Nathaniel, at siege 

of Boston, 9. 62. 
Danielson, Col. Timothy, at siege of 

Boston, 7. 404, 9. 63, 65, 89. 
Danson, George, petition (1686), 13. 

253. 
Danthorn, Gilbert, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Danvers, Sir John, Bermuda estate 

confiscated, 13. 49. 
Danvers, Mass., old houses, 14. 293. 
Danville, Vt., origin of name, 20. 57. 
Dardin, Alice [Mrs. Mortlock], 6. 57. 
Darius, battle of Marathon, 17. 252- 

262; significance of his invasion, 

384. 
"Dark day" (1780), 8. 114. 
Darling, Charles W., gift to M.H.S., 

4. 350. 
Darling, Jabez, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Damaby, John, Jr., 20. 514. 
Darracott, George, works on Boston 

defences (1814), 14. 151; char- 
acterized, 152. 
Dartmoor Prison, in 1891, 7. 17; Am. 

prisoners at, 10. 116. 



DARTMOUTH-DAVIS 



113 



Dartmouth, Mass., Indian attack 

(1675), 13. 400. 
Dartmouth, Eng. war-ship, at Boston 

(1686), 13. 270. 
Dartmouth College, ports, and statue 

of Webster owned by, 2. 262-264; 

dedication of Wilson Hall, 3. 279; 

J. Q. Adams on graduates (1787, 

'88), 16. 361, 395; Rich. Price's 

donation (1785), 17. 324. See also 

next title. 
Dartmouth College case, C. H. Hill on, 

13. 132; Webster on report (1819), 

14. 400; Kent on reviewing, 413. 
Darwin, Gharles R., teachings, 2. 

115; and Wallace, 8. 27, 50-51; 
influence on science of history, 13. 
89-91, 19. 280, 285; on Anglo- 
Saxon emigration to West, 13. 92 ; 
biographical value, 96. 
Dashiell, Rev. George, as preacher, 

19. 376, 384. 

Dashkoff, , Russian agent (1810), 

20. 343. 

Dashwood, Miss, of Boston (1788), 

16. 370. 

Dashwood, Capt. Samuel, seamen im- 
pressed (1768), 10. 71; and John 
Mein, 72; carries Massacre de- 
spatches to Eng., 74; plundered 
before evacuation, 96. 

Dassett, Joseph, graduates (1687), 

17. 58. 

Datis, battle of Marathon, 17. 252- 
262. 

Daubry, , consul (1797), 15. 89. 

Davenport, , innkeeper at Stam- 
ford (1804), 2. 7, 32. 

Davenport, Mrs. (Parsons), death, 
16. 346. 

Davenport, Mrs. Abigail, 12. 229. 

Davenport, Addington [1], and speak- 
ership contest (1720), 6. 389; in 
1717, 8. 218; declines atty.-gener- 
alship, 10. 289; autog., 12. 247; 
career, 247-248; and Council's as- 
sumption of control (1715), 15. 
343-351. 

Davenport, Addington [2], 12. 248. 

Davenport, Eleazer, 12. 247. 

Davenport, Mrs. Elizabeth, death 
(1676), 13. 370. 

Davenport, Elizabeth [Mrs. Dudley], 
2. 197, 12. 248. 

Davenport, Franklin, death, 14. 1. 

Davenport, Rev. James, Isaac Watts 
on, 9. 391, 398, 407; Whitefield on, 
10. 300. 

Davenport, Rev. John [1], at New 
Haven, 2. 49 ; identity with Dam- 



8 



phord of trial of Anne Hutchinson, 
4. 160; at her trial, 168-173, 175, 
183, 189; Mather on career, 8. 344, 
346; Discourse about Civil Govern- 
ment, 9. 419; Mather's Johannes 
in Eremo, 504; arrival in Boston 
(1668), 12. 228; stock in Mass. Bay 
Co., 228; and history of New 
Haven, 16. 505. 

Davenport, John [2], autog., 12. 227; 
career, 227-229; estate, 229; death, 
13. 373. 

Davenport, John [3], father's will on, 
12. 229; graduates, 17. 58. 

Davenport, Lucy [Mrs. Turell], 12. 
248. 

Davenport, Rebecca (Addington), 12. 
247. 

Davenport, Robert, exile in Amster- 
dam (1609), 6. 51. 

Davenport's Ferry on Pamunky 
(1781), 6. 140. 

Davenport's Tavern, Newburyport, 
16. 394, 395. 

Daves, Edward G., and memorial to 
Raleigh's colony, 8. 285-287. 

Davey, Thomas, coroner (1686), 13. 
260. 

Davidson, George, drawings of Gray's 
voyages, 7. 416 n., 418-419. 

Davidson, Prof. George, on Drake's 
landfall in Calif., 3. 260; iden- 
tifies other places mentioned in 
early voyages, 261. 

Davidson, William, death at Wyo- 
ming, 3. 346. 

Davidson, Gen. William, rumored 
exploit (1780), 19. 118. 

Davie, Gen. William R., and War of 
1812, 20. 363. 

Davies. See also Davis, Davyes. 

Da vies, Robert, and Popham's colony, 
2. 243. 

Davies, Samuel, Sermon containing 
prediction on Washington (1755), 
7. 454. 

Davies, Capt. Thomas, drawing of 
siege of Louisburg (1758), 14. 
144. 

Davies, William H., at Cabot celebra- 
tion, 12. 7. 

Davis. See also Davies, Davyes. 

Davis, , at trial of Ann Hibbens 

(1640), 4. 315. 

Davis, , sea-captain (1770), 16. 

220. 

Davis, , innkeeper at North- 
borough (1795), 3. 52. 

Davis, , innkeeper at Holmes's 

Hole (1801), 4. 135. 



114 



DAVIS 



Davis, Andrew McFarland, on Mc- 

Kendry's journal, 2. 436; list of 
journals of Sullivan's expedition, 
43&-441; letter to Corresp. Sec. 
(1887) on Wyoming Massacre 
papers, 3. 340; article on Mon- 
cacht-Ape, 380 ; catalogues M.H.S. 
MSS., 4. 103; elected a member 
M.H.S., 12. 339; Search for 

PAMPHLET BY HuTCHINSON, 429- 

456; on genuineness of written 
note of 1690, 13. 142-147; Occult 

METHODS OF PROTECTING CUR- 
RENCY, 315-327; list of publica- 
tions (1900-06), 14. 128, 15. 29, 16. 
129, 17. 213, 18. 268-269, 20. 207; 
remarks, 14. 176, 424, 16. 150, 17. 
116, 141, 20. 245; gift to M.H.S., 

14. 426; on Library Com. (1901), 

15. 2; report, 46; elected to 
M.H.S. Council (1901-03), 51, 16. 
148, 17. 233; on R. N. Toppan, 15. 
106-109; Memoir of R. N. Top- 
pan, 480-492; Merchants' Notes 
OF 1733, 17. 184-208; Prospectus 
OF Blackwell's bank, 18. 62-83; 
signs memorial on Constitution, 121 ; 
on Nominating Com. (1904), 252; 
report, 289; presents report of 
Council (1904), 265-271; Jack- 
son's LL.D., 20. 490-512. 

Davis, Major Benjamin, will of grand- 
father, 1. 136; death (1704), 4. 315. 

Davis, Benjamin, on Indian scout 
(1748), 6. 431. 

Davis, Caleb, non-consumption agree- 
ment (1786), 8. 496; character- 
ized, 12. 140. 

Davis, Charles G., 3. 403 n.; Com- 
mencement part (1840), 5. 229. 

Davis, Ensign Daniel, killed (1758), 
6. 33. 

Davis, Daniel, junior member 
M.H.S., 9. 94. 

Davis, Edward, in Boston society, 10. 
39; at Boston dinner (1776), 103; 
characterized, 12. 142. 

Davis, Edward L., gift to M.H.S., 1. 
403. 

Davis, Ellen (Watson), 3. 403 n. 

Davis, Emerson, Harvard D.D. (1847), 
5. 253. 

Davis, George Thomas, in M.H.S. 
group picture (1869), 3. vii; re- 
printed M.H.S. paper, 6. 224; on 
Browning's ballad, 16. 467. 

Davis, Henry, of Tenn., 20. 514. 

Davis, Horace, elected a corresp. 
member M.H.S., 17. 163; gift to 
General Fund, 18. 264, 19. 208. 



Davis, Capt. Isaac, minuteman, tab- 
let commemorating, 10. 191-192. 
Davis, Isaac, in Mass. Conven. (1853), 

18. 34, 36. 

Davis, Isaac P, Washington Monu- 
ment appeal, 2. 143; ancestry, 3. 
403 n. ; in M.H.S., 5. 5; on com. on 
M.H.S. semicentenary, 6. 284 n.; 
subscription to Boston dinner 
(1830), 341, 342; on com. on re- 
moval of M.H.S. (1829), 11. 309; 
at bicentenary of N. Eng. Confed., 

19. 361. 

Davis, James, in Am. army (1775), 
12. 106. 

Davis, James C, gift to M.H.S., 4. 
110. 

Davis, Jefferson, and repudiation of 
Miss, debt, 3. 274 ; and Peninsular 
campaign, 10. 436, 439; desires to 
continue war (1865), 19. 320. 

Davis, Gen. Jefferson C, and Sher- 
man, 16. 468. 

Davis, Joanna (White), 3. 403 n. 

Davis, John, Danforth's deed to 
(1684), 5. 433. 

Davis, John, of Groton, killed by In- 
dians (1704), 4. 384, 14. 29. 

Davis, John, subscribes to Merchants' 
Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Davis, John, purchases confiscated 
Boston estate, 10. 172. 

Davis, Gov. John, at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1841), 5. 232; bust, 
451; Whig leader, 11. 279; and 
Levi Lincoln, 15. 235. 

Davis, John, Pres. M.H.S., and John- 
son's port, of Webster, 2. 218; on 
com. on Boston bicentenary, letter 
to Mayor, 220-221 ; subscription for 
M.H.S. building, 3. 291; epitaph 
on Geo. Watson, 402 n. ; ancestry, 
403 n. ; note on King Philip's War, 
4. 13; in M.H.S., 5. 5, 8. 400, 9. 
92-94 ; and Winthrop's Pilgrim ora- 
tion, 6. 5; Harvard LL.D. (1842), 
236; at Commencement (1843), 
242; reprinted M.H. g. paper, 6. 
224 ; subscription to Boston dinner 
(1830), 341; memoir, 7. 122; me- 
moir of Isaac Lothrop, 123 ; of Mar- 
ston Watson, 125; at Plymouth 
anniversary (1820), 10. 394; Ply- 
mouth ode and hymn, 396 n. ; sen- 
timent for Plymouth dinner (1845), 
399; old age poetry, 399; and ed. 
of Winthrop's History, 12. 301; 
exhibition part (1780), 18. 222; at 
bicentenary of N. Eng. Confed., 19. 
361; and Jackson's LL.D., 20. 505. 



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115 



Davis, John B., subscription to Bos- 
ton dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Davis, Joshua, minuteman, 12. 104. 

Davis, Josiah, in Am. army (1775), 
12. 106. 

Davis, Katherine (Wendel), 3. 403 n. 

Davis, Margaret (Pynchon), of Bos- 
ton (1662), 1. 136. 

Davis, Mary A., teacher, 1. 327. 

Davis, Matthew L., and Burr (1802), 
20. 276. 

Davis, Mercy (Hedge), 3. 403 n. 

Davis, Nathan, journal of Sullivan's 
expedition, 2. 437. 

Davis, Nathaniel, constable of 
Charlestown (1690), 7. 152. 

Davis, Nathaniel Morton, memoir, 
7. 122; at Plymouth dinner (1845), 
10. 398. 

Davis, Nicolas, petition (1687), 13. 
16 n. 

Davis, Capt. Samuel, at Louisburg 
(1745), 11. 440. 

Davis, Samuel, journal, 3. 41, 50 n.; 
ancestry, 403 n. ; memoir, 7. 122. 

Davis, Sarah, 3. 403 n. 

Davis, Sarah [Mrs. Bullock], 3. 322. 

Davis, Sarah [Mrs. Holden], 4. 384. 

Davis, Silvanus, justice of peace 
(1686), 13. 230; saw-mill, 277. 

Davis, Solomon, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 397, 432; in Boston so- 
ciety, 10. 32, 33, 35, 36, 39; mem- 
ber of Fire Club, 38; as fisherman, 
48, 51; and Molasses Act, 60; on 
com. on address to Hutchinson 
(1771), 77; quarrel with Rowe, 83. 

Davis, Thomas, of Boston (1662), 1. 
136. 

Davis, Thomas [1], 2. 330 n. 

Davis, Thomas [2], of Plymouth, sail- 
ing orders to T. Cotton (1760), 2. 
229; biog. notes, 230 n,, 3. 403 n.; 
guest of Old Colony Club, 401. 

Davis, Thomas [3], 3. 385, 403 n. 

Davis, Thomas K., Commencement 
part (18?7), 5. 196; biog. note, 
196 n.; Master's oration (1830), 
203. 

Davis, Wendell, 3. 403 n. ; death, 5. 
207. 

Davis, William, mate of ship Speed- 
well (1651), 3. 7. 

Davis, William [1], of Boston, illness 
(1676), 13. 362, 365; funeral, 365. 

Davis, William [2], will of grand- 
father, 1. 136. 

Davis, William [1], of Plymouth, 3. 
403 n. 

Davis, William [2], 3. 403 n. 



Davis, William, in Boston society, 10. 
35, 39; at Boston dinner (1776), 
103; characterized, 12. 140. 

Davis, William Thomas, on com- 
mission to Edw. Winslow, 2. 233 n. ; 
will of Peregrine White owned by, 3. 
133 ; ancestry, 403 n. ; and return 
of Bradford MS., 15. 80. 

Davison, Christopher (1623), 1. 135. 

Davy, Dr. John, and Sir Walter Scott, 

19. 485, 486, 488. 

Davy Club of Harvard, Parkman's 

membership, 14. 318, 319 n. 
Davyes, Joseph, identity, 10. 304; 

letter to Henry Dunster (1641) on 

Eng. conditions, 306. 
Dawbry (Dawtry), Doctor, and Giles 

Sylvester (1664), 4. 279,281. 
Dawes, Henry L., in Mass. Conven. 

(1853), 18. 34, 38. 
Dawes, Jonathan, of Boston (1686), 

13. 275. 
Dawes, Susannah, death (1700), 1. 

155. 
Dawes, Thomas [1], non-consumption 

agreement (1786), 8. 497; fire-ward 

10. 54; article on Boston, 18. 328; 

witness (1789), 19. 181. 
Dawes, Thomas [2], memoir of Eze- 

kiel Price, 7. 124 ; and Beacon Hill 

Monument, 11. 18; biog. note, 16. 

306 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's 

diary (1787-89), 306, 308, 310, 341, 

345, 441, 446, 455; on pleading, 

314. 
Dawes, Thomas, Commencement part 

(1839), 5. 226. 
Dawes, Mrs. Thomas (1788), 16. 441. 
Dawes, William, and Revere 's ride, 

20. 581. 

Dawson, George, petition on Worces- 
ter affairs (1686), 13. 247. 

Dawson, Henry, certificate of church 
membership (1678), 11. 226. 

Dawson, Henry Barton, and Rou- 
baud, 3. 203; death, 4. xxii, 5. 438. 

Dawson, John, senatorial candi- 
dacy (1794), 15. 146; congressional 
candidacy (1797), 160; letters to 
Madison (1787), 17. 456, 467, 476, 
478 [see Madison]. 

Dawson, Samuel E., on Cabot's land- 
fall, 11. 159, 12. 3-4; on Sebas- 
tian Cabot, 4 ; and Cabot tablet, 6. 

Dawtry. See Dawbry. 

Day. See also Daye. 

Day, , innkeeper at Elizabeth- 
town, N. J. (1804), 2. 33. 

Day, Lieut, Elijah, at Cherry Valley 
(1779), 2. 452, 457, 458. 



116 



DAY-DEANE 



Day, George E., in Norway, 7. 98; 
and memorial to Robinson, 101. 

Day, Gideon, killed at Cherry Valley 
(1778), 2. 450. 

Day, James, Boston estate, 14. 65 n. 

Day, Adjutant James, at siege of Bos- 
ton, 9. 57. 

Day, Jeremiah, at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1835), 5. 216. 

Day, Capt. Luke, in Am. army, 2. 
443, 445; at Cherry Valley, 454; 
command at Fort Herkimer, 455; 
at Fort Sullivan, 464. 

Day, Matthew, member of First 
Church in Cambridge, 5. 406. 

Day, Thomas, letter to Rich. Price 
(1786) on Am. poetry, 17. 339; 
biog. note, 339 n. 

Day- Breaking, reprints, 6. 347; au- 
thorship, 392-395; extant copies, 
price, 10. 336. 

Day of Doom. See Wigglesworth. 

Daye, Stephen, imprints by, 9. 413- 
414, 12. 285; specimen spelling, 
13. 61 n. 

Daynes, Mrs. (1669), 1. 137. 

Dayton, Jonathan, and Burr, 20. 
300. 

Dayton, William L., and A. S. Hewitt 
(1862), 17. 442, 448. 

Dayton, Fort, in Mohawk Valley, 2. 
446. 

Dead River, Me., Arnold's expedition 
on, 2. 268-269, 280-281. 

Deaf and dumb, sound experiment 
with (1689), 7. 148. 

Dean. See also Dane, Deane. 

Dean, Aaron, 2. 94. 

Dean, James, journey to Tuscaroras 
(1762), 7. 390, 391. 

Dean, John Ward, edits Day of Doom, 
9. 273; acknowledgment to, 275; 
tribute to, 15. 513; port., 16. 146. 

Dean, Phila, 2. 94. 

Dean, Samuel, killed, 14. 17. 

Dean, Mrs. Ursula [Mrs. Clerk], exile 
in Amsterdam (1604), 6. 51. 

Deane, Charles [Communications 
follow], elected Vice-Pres. M.H.S. 
(1884-89), 1. 180, 2. 79, 404, 3. 
297, 4. 119, 336; delegate to 
Archaeological Congress, 1. 400; in 
Europe (1866), 400, 7. 62-66; pre- 
sides, 2. 118, 4. 120; presents com- 
munications of other members, 2. 
119, 4. 311; remarks, 2. 167, 4. 13; 
in M.H.S. group picture (1869), 3. 
vii; M.H.S. meeting at house of, 
11; services to M.H.S., 54> 5. 118, 
121-123, 125, 141, 7. 86; presents 



Winslow letters, 3. 55; and spuri- 
ous Montcalm letters, 203; gift to 
M.H.S. for cataloguing MSS., 254; 
for reference books, 295; on com. 
on general index of Proceedings, 
275; publication (1887), 279; on 
Finance Com. (1887, '89), 318, 4. 
367; on com. to approve bills 
(1887), 3. 318; delegate to Me. 
Hist. Soc. celebration, 319; on 
com. on records of Old Colony 
Club, 381; M.H.S. tributes to, 4. 
vi, 5. 102, 116-141, 438; and com. 
on Norse discoveries, 4. 12; on 
com. on revising by-laws, 77, 372, 
410; report, 120; on com. on 
pub. commemorating centennial of 
Washington's inauguration, 236, 
268; report, 336; illness and de- 
cline, 5. 2, 7. 88; and condition of 
M.H.S. Library, 5. 109, 118; as 
hist, investigator, 116-119, 124, , 
126-129, 132, 138-140, 7. 78-80, 
82; library, 5. 117, 140; and Brad- 
ford's MS., 119, 122, 125-126, 141, 
7. 50, 54-55, 64, 12. 170; services 
in Winsor's America, 5. 119, 131, 
7. 77; character, 5. 120, 124, 133- 
135, 138; resolutions on, 121, 141; 
honors, 123, 140, 7. 86, 88; in Am. 
Antiquarian Soc, 5. 129-131, 7. 87; 
as literary critic, 130; as business 
man, 132, 140, 7. 47, 49; and young 
hist, investigators, 5. 133, 135- 
136; last attendance at M.H.S., 
133; last letter, 136; and Alex. 
Young, 136; birth and ancestry, 
139, 7. 46; style, 5. 141; book 
bequeathed to M.H.S., 155; ex- 
posure of fictitious ports, of Roger 
Williams and Benj. Church, 155- 
156; unfinished paper on Cabot 
mappe-monde, 156, 7. 66, 74; on 
Norse discoveries, 5. 339, 7. 73; 
M.H.S. circular letter (1865), 6. 
213; edits Bacon's Rebellion, 214; 
reprinted M.H.S. papers, 224-228; 
PORT, and AUTOG. 7. front. ; and 
memoir of Thos. Aspinwall, 30; 
Memoir by Justin Winsor, 45-89; 
range of corresp., 45; fragment of 
autobiog., 46-49; education, 47; 
marriage, 47 ; beginning of interest 
in Am. hist., 47; acquaintance with 
hist, students, 48; first hist, writ- 
ings, 48; election to M.H.S., 48; 
interest in philosophy, 48; editorial 
canons, 51, 55-56; prints first 
patent of Plymouth, 52; reprints 
on vellum, 52; other work in Ply- 



DEANE-DE BEAVER 



117 



mouth history, 57 ; interest in Capt. 
John Smith, 58; and Pocahontas 
story, 59-61; edits Wingfield's 
Discourse, 59, 60; poUtics, 61; 
edits Smith's works, 61-62, 67; no 
Unguist, 66; Southern trip, 67; 
services to Alex. Brown, 67-69; 
paper on Gorton controversy, 69; 
appreciation of Hutchinson, 70; 
of Cotton Mather, 70; of Hubbard, 
71 ; controversy over Narragansett 
patent, 71; on hist, scepticism and 
settlement of controversies, 71; 
edits Wood's New-Englands Pros- 
pect, 72; edits Records of Council 
for N. Eng., 72; paper on forms in 
letters-patent, 72; Popham con- 
troversy, 72; on Roger Williams, 
73; and Hakluyt's pubs., 73, 75; 
study of Cabot voyages, 73, 11. 158, 
163, 164, 166, 168; and letters of 
Edw. Randolph, 7. 76; article 
on first charter of Mass., 76; on 
slavery in Mass., 77-78; on neces- 
sity of exhaustive investigations, 
80-82; friendships, 82-84; and 
pub. of Kohl's works, 84-86; 
death, 89; and ed. of Winthrop 
Papers, 460, 464; and Lowell's 
criticism of Collections, 8. 494; 
anecdote of hist, impartiality, 11. 
288. 

Communications: on pub. of 
Hutchinson's conversation with 
George III., 1. 166-168; docs, on 
Argall's raid, 187-192; on ficti- 
tious ports., 219; Memoir of 
Rich. Frothingham, 381-393 ; 
Memoir of S. F. Haven, 394-405 ; 
on Indians kidnapped from Maine, 
2. 35-38; on Atherton Papers, 
152; on B. F. Stevens's research, 
219; Winslow Papers, 229-242; 
on letter from Va. Co. (1609), 243, 
246-249; docs, on Belknap and 
non-importation (1774), 481-486; 
records of a Va. county, 3. 4-7; 
Priestley Letters, 11-40; will of 
Peregrine White, 133 ; on proposed 
Attucks Memorial, 317; notes on 
Hubbard's map, 4. 13-21; on 
Morrell's tract (1625), 73-76; on 
presenting Nelson's Trial of Charles 
I., 157; on presenting Belknap 
Papers, 206-207 ; on ancient wreck 
discovered at Nauset Beach, 216- 
219, 311; Cabot mappe-monde, 
6. 305-339. 

Deane, Dr. Ezra, 7. 46. 

Deane, Mrs. Ezra (Coffin), 7. 46. 



Deane, Mrs. Ezra (Moody), 7. 46. 

Deane, George E., on John Harvard's 
will, 2. 87. 

Deane, Helen (Waterston), 7. 47. 

Deane, John, immigrant, 7. 46. 

Deane, Lucy W. [Mrs. Dexter], 1. 
329. 

Deane, Mary, gift to M.H.S., 13. 79. 

Deane, Silas, attacks the Lees, 3. 
123; Pendleton on (1781), 19. 143. 

Deane, Thomas, loyal petition (1666), 
6. 471; trade ventures to Boston, 
12.241. 

Deane, Walter, immigrant, 7. 46. 

Dearborn, Henry, Goodwin's Dear- 
borns, 1. 147; journals kept during 
Am. Rev., 2. 266, 275 n., 437; 
journal of Arnold's Quebec expe- 
dition, 275-305; journal (1776- 
78, 82-83), 3. 102-133; command 
(1775), 2. 275; illness, 284, 287- 
288; rejoins the force before Que- 
bec, 288; in assault on Quebec, 
290-292; captured, 292, 295; in 
prison, 295-299; small-pox by in- 
oculation, 296; paroled, 299; re- 
turn via Halifax, 299-305; in Sul- 
livan's expedition, 471, 3. 128- 
130; settles army accounts (1776), 
102 ; exchanged, 103 ; major, 
103 ; in Burgoyne's campaign, 103- 
109; commands a light detach- 
ment, 105, 107; at Freeman's 
Farm, 105, 107; at Saratoga, 107- 
108; rejoins regt., 109; marches to 
Pa., 109-110; before Philadelphia, 
110-113; dines with Sullivan, 112; 
lieut.-col., 112; furloughs, 112- 
113, 133; dines with Washington, 
113; in Monmouth campaign, 114- 
118; death of wife, 122 ; command 
at New London, 125 ; command at 
Saratoga (1782), 130; on Saratoga 
Springs, 131; discharged, 133; 
wounded (1778), 6. 106; and Jef- 
ferson (1806), 20. 282; letters from 
Duane (1809-10), 321, 332, 334 
[see Duane (Wm.)]; Duane on, as 
head of army, 362. 

Dearborn, Henry A. S., Goodwin's 
Dearborns, 1. 147; subscription to 
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342; and 
tariff (1832), 19. 522; and Wm. 
Duane (1810), 20. 332-333. 

Death. See Funerals, Mourning, 
Tombs. 

Deball, Oliver, killed at Cherry 
Valley, 2. 450. 

De Beaver, Suzer, captured at 
Cherry Valley, 2. 450. 



118 



DE BERDT- BELLINGER 



De Berdt, Dennis, letter on Declara- 
tory Act (1766), 11. 446. 

Deblois, Miss. (1788), 16. 420. 

Deblois, Mrs., of Alexandria, Va. 
(1804), 2. 17. 

Deblois, Mrs. Ann, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 170. 

Deblois, Elizabeth, letters from 
Arnold, 10. 472. 

Deblois, Gilbert, absentee loyalist, 

10. 163 ; confiscated Boston estate, 
170. 

Deblois, Gilbert, Jr., purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 170. 

Deblois, Louis, 16. 389 n. 

Deblois, Ruth H. (Dalton), 16. 389 n. 

De Bry Collection of Lenox Library, 
1. 201. 

Debts, private, suits for, and Shays's 
Rebellion, 1. 298, 300; Solon's 
abolition in Athens, 6. 386; con- 
troversy over payment of, to Brit, 
merchants, 17. 344, 427, 456, 471. 
See also Public debt. 

Decatur, Stephen, proposed tablet in 
Algiers, 3. 216; Algerine War, 6. 
26, 29. 

Declaration of Causes (1775), author- 
ship, 6. 69-71. 

Declaration of Estate . . . of Va., ex- 
tant copy, 12. 161. 

Declaratory Act, and repeal of Stamp 
Act, 2. 87 ; London merchants on, 

11. 446-448. 

De Costa, Benjamin F., communicates 
letter from Va. Co. (1609), 2. 243- 
246; views on Norse sagas criti- 
cised, 5. 333-340; and Maiollo 
map, 8. 78. 

Dedham, Eng., ancestral home of 
Ellis family, 2. 137, 138; present 
aspect, 137; former wool manu- 
factures, 137, church records, 138; 
church, 138; old grammar school, 
138. 

Dedham, Mass., Maverick's account 
(1660), 1. 238; inns, 2. 32, 10. 47; 
in 1650, 2. 47; Fairbanks house, 71, 
3. 283, 14. 290; and Ellis family, 
2. 138; statue of Pitt, 4. 298; 
sexual morality in colon, times, 
6. 495, 508 ; development of town 
govt., 7. 186-188; views, 373, 8. 
196; treatment of loyalist, 12. 153. 

Dedham Historical Society, gift to 
M.H.S., 7. 373; communication to, 

12. 153. 

Dee, John, map (1580), 7. 311. 
Deeds, various, 1. 186, 4. 156, 8. 281; 
Danforth's, to York (1684), 5. 432- 



435; conveyance in colon. Mass., 
7. 135 n. ; facsim. of Winthrop's, 
of Rumney Marsh land (1639), 139. 
See also Registry. 

Deep Run, Va. (1781), 6. 141. 

Deer Island, Mass., on early map, 1. 
211; lease (1753), 14. 44. 

Deerfield, Mass., Indian attacks 
(1704), 1. 157, 14. 29; (1675), 13. 
400; return of captives, 14. 30. 

Deering, , and Phips's expedition, 

13. 334. 

Deering, Mrs., of Boston, death 
(1676), 13. 365. 

Defamation, punishment for (1634), 
3. 4. 

Defence, war-ship, lost (1779), 3. 126. 

Defences, royal instructions on pro- 
vincial, 8. 101-102. See also Forts, 

Defiance, privateer (1752), 5. 99. 

Degrachy, , and Priestley, 3. 25. 

De Hart, Col. William, and Washing- 
ton, 2. 223. 

Dehon, Rev. Theodore, at Leicester, 
3. 52; biog. notes, 52 n., 9. 112 n.; 
B K prayer (1806), 112; oration 
(1807), 112. 

Delaar, , letters to L6vis, 4. 98. 

De la Barre, Johan, Hudson River 
trade (c. 1634), 1. 248. 

De la Cluse, Elder John, exile in 
Amsterdam (1604), 6. 52. 

Delacroix, Charles, and Priestley, 3. 
21. 

Delamotte, Rev. Philip, record of 
institution (1633), 8. 511; of in- 
duction, 513. 

De Lancey, Col. James, 3. 77; embar- 
kation of battalion, 95. 

Delano, Joseph C, sea-captain, 10. 
213. 

Delarue, William, in campaign of 
1760, 6. 360, 361. 

Delavall, John, appendix to Keith's 
Preterided Antidote, 17. 37. 

Delaware, Thomas West, haron, prep- 
arations for Virginia, 2. 245, 247; 
extant copy of Relation, 12. 160. 

Delaware, royal memorials, 4. 249. 

Delaware River, settlements (1660), 
1. 248; attempted Mass. trade 
(1644), 12, 213-214. 

Delesdemier, Lewis F., 20. 56. - 

Delesdernier, Louis F., in Maine, 20. 
55-56. 

Delesdernier, William, 20. 56. 

Delight, in Phips's Quebec expedition, 
15. 306. 

Dellinger, Mary A. [Mrs. Dexter], 1. 
327. 



DELLIUS-DE NORMANDIE 



119 



Dellius, Rev. ^ Godfrey, answers to 
Dudley's witchcraft questions (in 
Latin), 1. 349-353; (in English), 
354-358. 

Delolme, Jean L,, mistake on last 
Eng. veto, 5. 159. 

Deming, John, purchases confiscated 
Boston estate, 10. 170. 

Deming, Josiah, of Wethersfield, 2. 
147. 

Deming, Mrs. Mary (1717), 8. 217. 

Deming, Samuel, member of 
^'Possee," 10. 38. 

Demmick, Captain, killed by Indians 
(1697), 1. 151, 14. 28. 

Democratic party, and * anarchy 
(1804), 2. 19 ; attitude of moderates 
(1793), 15. 118-119; and Pres. 
Johnson, 19. 396. See also Elec- 
tions, Politics. 

Dempster, , at Plymoutli anni- 
versary (1845), 10. 400. 

Denby, Sarah [Mrs. Fletcher], 17. 174. 

Denby, William, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 181. 

Denison. See also Deniston, Den- 
nis on. 

Denison, Charles H., acknowledgment 
to, 8. 6. 

Denison, Major Daniel, Atherton Co., 
2. 152; petition (1637), 3. 199; 
Hubbard's funeral sermon on, 9. 
461; Irenicon, 461. 

Denison, George, Atherton Co., 2. 
152; copies by, 5. 303. 

Denison, George S., letters to Chase, 
12. 423 ; question of printing them, 
425, 13. 63, 121. 

Denison, Nathan, capitulation at 
Wyoming (1778), 3. 342; report on 
Massacre, 342-343; reports list of 
those killed, 346; to present 
memorial to Assembly, 347. 

Denison, Sergeant Samuel, at siege 
of Boston, 9. 42, 57. 

Deniston, Sergeant (?) Hagh, in 
Am. army (1777-79), 6. 104, 107, 
121. 

Denizenship in Mass. (1686), 13. 256, 
258. 

Denman, Hannah (Eaton), 16. 479. 

Denman, Joseph, 16. 479. 

Denmark, peace with Sweden (1658), 
4. 277; and U. S. neutral trade 
(1812), 5. 23; . 

Dennie, John, in Boston society, 10. 
32, 39; member of Fire Club, 38; 
bankrupt, 53; and Molasses Act, 
60 ; on com. on address to Hutchin- 
son (1771), 77. 



Dennie, Joseph, Duane on, 20. 269. 

Dennie, William, and Hepzibah 
Clarke, 4. 47; on com. on Sheaffe 
affair (1770), 10. 73; on com. on 
Massacre, 74; attacks customs 
commissioners, 79; and tea ques- 
tion, 80 ; at Molineux's funeral, 89 ; 
prominent rebel, 16. 92. 

Dennis. See also Dinnis. 

Dennis, , of Newport (1760), 7. 

345. 

Dennis, , of Philadelphia, bank- 
rupt (1808), 20. 311. 

Dennis, Mrs., of Newport (1760), 7. 
345. 

Dennison. See also Denison. 

Dennison, Daniel, and press censor- 
ship, 11. 246. 

Dennison, Edward, Apostle Eliot on, 
18. 344. 

Dennison, George, Apostle Eliot on, 
18. 344. 

Denniston, , Bishop corresp., 20. 

274. 

Dennoffe, William, hanged, 19. 184. 

Denny. See also Dennie. 

Denny, Albert and Benj. Colman, 9. 
382, 407. 

Denny, Henry Gardner, in M.H.S. 
group picture (1869), 3. vii; gift 
to M.H.S., 8; on Auditing Com. 
(1891), 6. 351; report, 414; re- 
marks, 11. 238, 12. 73; on dreams, 
15. 88; memoir of U. H. Crocker 
assigned to, 16. 19; on John Wil- 
son, 17. 237-238. 

De Normandie, James, elected a 
member M.H.S., 12. 259; accepts, 
293; presents Pepperrell's com- 
mission, 339; Diabolical per- 
formances NEAR Portsmouth, 14. 
168-171; presents draft of Stiles's 
letter to Franklin, 320; John 
Elwyn, 376-382 ; on Jon. Edwards 
at Portsmouth, 15. 16-20; on 
com. on Dr. Hale's 80th birthday, 
493; on Library Com. (1902), 16. 
1 ; report, 147 ; list of publications 
(1902-04), 129, 18. 269; Piscat- 
AQUA Colony, 175-181, 19. 169- 
177; Sir Wm. Pepperrell, 17. 
87-90; Hymns in eccl. history, 
130-140; elected to Council M.H.S. 
(1903-05), 234, 18. 290, 19. 226; 
remarks, 17. 438, 20. 83; signs 
memorials on Constitution, 18. 
121, 20. 5; communicates notes 
from Apostle Eliot's parish records, 
18. 340-347; presents communica- 
tion of another member, 390; 



120 



DENSMORE-DEVROW 



memoir of E. J. Young assigned 

to, 20. 426. 
Densmore, William, ill in campaign of 

1760, 5. 382, death, 383. 
Denston. See Denison. 
Dent, Capt. John H., Rogers on 

(1815), 4. 208. 
Denys, Jean, chart, 8. 71. 
Dependencies. See Civilization and 

savagery, Colonies. 
Depuis, Charles F., Priestley on, 3. 

20. 
Derby, Colonel, in campaign of 1760, 

5. 375. 
Derby, Anstiss [Mrs. Pickman], men- 
tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary, 16. 

382, 387 n., 389; Adams on, 390. 
Derby, Elias H. [1], 16. 429. 
Derby, Elias H. [2], Commencement 

part (1824), 5. 191; biog. note, 191 

n. ; Master's oration (1827), 196. 
Derby, Ezekiel H., Commencement 

part (1818) and biog. note, 6. 183, 

183 n. 
Derby, George, Commencement part 

(1814) and biog. note, 5. 179 n. 
Derby, George S., Conveyancers' 

Assoc, 14. 96 n. 
Derby, John, Oregon fur-trade ven- 
ture, 7. 417, 418. 
Derby, Richard, on Mass. Com. of 

Corresp., 4. 85. 
Derby, Mrs. Richard, 16. 337, 339. 
Derby, Conn., whaleboat privateers, 

1. 19. 
Derby Indians, names (1703), 5. 300. 
Derbyshire, Thomas, prize case 

(1752), 5. 100. 
Dericks. See also Derricks. 
Dericks, Alice (Martin), exile in 

Amsterdam (1607), 6. 56. 
Dering, Sylvester, letter (1786), 16. 

285. 
Derricks. See also Dericks. 
Derricks, John, exile in Amsterdam 

(1607), 6. 52. 
,Desandrouins, , letters to L6vis, 

4. 98. 
Desaussure, Henry William, and 

Jon. Mason, 2. 25, 26, 29. 
De Saussure, Wilmot G., on royal 

arms in Charleston, 4. 251. 
Desborough, John, exj)loded coat of 

arms, 2. 254; and Rich. Cromwell, 

16. 509. 
Desborough, Mrs. Rose, 16. 502. 
Desborough, Samuel, at Guilford, 16. 

496; return to Eng., 498, 502. 
Desceliers, Pierre, map, and Cartier's 

voyages, 7. 301. 



Desimoni, Cornelio, and Maiollo 

map, 8. 76, 78; death announced, 

13. 448. 
Des Liens, Nicolas, map (1566) and 

Cartier's voyages, 7. 307. 
Despaches, , Gov. of Haiti, 2. 

332. 
Destrehan, John N., death, 13. 314. 
Dethick, Miss. A. C, gift to M.H.S., 

8 202 
Detroit, * bank (1806), 20. 289-291, 

521-525. 
Deuksberrie, M., exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 52. 

Deveaux, Col. Andrew, captures New 
Providence, 13. 16. 

Devens, Charles, on port, of R. C. 
Winthrop, 2. 119; Memoir of 
A. H. Bullock, 3. 322-339; Gen. 
Taylor's vindictive letter referred 
to, 4. 238 ; on com. on pub. of Prov- 
ince Laws, 307; report, 316; Com- 
mencement part (1838), 5. 223; 
reprinted M.H.S. paper, 6. 228; 
M.H.S. tributes to, 269, 285-294, 
301; as pubUc man, 286, 291-292, 

7. 104, 114; character, 6. 286, 291, 
294,7.116; career, 6. 287, 7. 114; as 
U. S. Marshal, fugitive-slave case, 
6. 287, 7. 105-106; in Civil War, 6. 

. 287-289, 7. 106-112; as judge, 
6. 289, 7. 112, 113, 115; in Hayes's 
Cabinet, 6. 289, 7. 112; decline and 
death, 6. 289, 7. 113; as orator, 6. 
290, 293, 7. 115-117; suavity, 6. 
292-293; Address to Loyal Legion, 
404; Memoir by J. C. Ropes, 7. 
104-117; PORT., 104; birth and 
ancestry, 104; education, 105; 
la\syer, 105, 106; in State Senate, 
105; brevet, 112; health, 113; 
milit. funeral, 113; engraving, 19. 
224; statue at Worcester, 261. 

Devens, David, purchases confiscated 
Boston estate, 10. 172. 

Devens, Mary (Lithgow), 7. 104. 

Devens, Richard, Shays's Rebellion, 

1. 303; descendants, 7. 104; pur- 
chases confiscated estate, 10. 170. 

Devereux, George H., Commence- 
ment part (1829), 6. 200; biog. 
note, 200 n.; spread, 201. 

Devereux, Humphrey, at class re- 
union (1848), 5. 255-258. 

Devrow, Seth, loyalist refugee, 2. 
234. 

Devrow, Thomas, loyalist refugee, 2. 
234. 

Devrow, Zephaniah, loyalist refugee, 

2. 234. 



DEWAR-DEXTER 



121 



Dewar, , in Boston society (1768), 

10. 41. 

Dewey, Abijah, killed at siege of 
Boston, 7. 404, 9. 51. 

Dewey, Charles A., Harvard LL.D. 
(1840), 5. 230. 

Dewey, Adm. George, port., 15. 45. 

Dewey, Joseph, death at Wyoming, 
3. 346. 

Dewey, Ensign Oliver, death in Am. 
army (1777), 2. 442. 

Dewey, Orville, Harvard D. D. (1839), 
5. 227; ^ B K oration (1830), 9. 
123 ; biog. note, 123 n. 

Dewin, Mrs. Henry, death, 14. 17. 

De Windt, Mrs. John P. (Smith), 19. 
531. 

Dexter, Aaron, and Boston Magazine, 
18. 326. 

Dexter, Arthur, on alleged Sharpless 
ports., 3. 185. 

Dexter, Edmund, 1. 327; death, 328. 

Dexter, Rev. Elijah, career, 7. 90. 

Dexter, Emeline (Palmer), 7. 93; 
death, 100. 

Dexter, Franklin, autog., 1. 365; 
letters from S. G. Perkins (1835), 
2. 307, 374; guard for Harvard 
(1834), 3. 217; lawyer, 4. 415. 

Dexter, Franklin Bowditch, Yole 
Graduates and Annals, 2. 139 ; com- 
municates report of trial of Anne 
Hutchinson, 4. 159-191; reprinted 
M.H.S. papers, 6. 228; communi- 
cates letters of Increase Mather, 
8. 344-348 ; communicates old bal- 
lad, 9. 2-5; on early social distinc- 
tions at colleges, 5; communicates 
memorandum on Mather Byles 
(1780), 10. 471; MSS. of Jon. 
Edwards, 15. 2-16; Abraham 
Bishop, 19. 190-199. 

Dexter, George, M.H.S. tributes to, 
1. 6-13, 168; in M.H.S., 6, 8, 10- 
12, 329-334, 12. 40; linguist, 1. 
7; character, 7, 8, 11, 334; death, 
7, 333; resolutions on, 7; educa- 
tion, 8, 9, 327-328; and Harvard, 
10 ; as hist, student and writer, 10, 
12, 331-333; Memoir by C. C. 
Smith, 327-334; port, and au- 
tog., 327 ; birth and ancestry, 327 ; 
education, 327; visits to Europe, 
328, 329, 331 ; services in Civil War, 
328 ; marriage, 329 ; tutor at Har- 
vard, 329; Steward, 329; member 
Am. Antiquarian Soc, 329; failing 
health, 331, 333; death of daugh- 
ter, 332; search for health, 332- 
333; crayon port, exhibited, 4. 54; 



reprinted M.H.S. papers, 6. 228- 

229; on Cabot mappe-monde, 305; 

and ed. of Winthrop Papers, 7. 461 ; 

photog. presented, 16. 146. 
Dexter, Mrs. George, gifts to M.H.S., 

2. 393, 394. 
Dexter, Henry, bust of John Davis, 

5. 451. 

Dexter, Henry Martyn, on "Non- 
Conformist's Oath," 3. 187; on 
books printed by Brewster, 263; 
on John Robinson's orig. eds., 264; 
on identity of certain Pilgrims, 5. 
33-37; Elder Brewster's li- 
brary, 37-85; on Chas. Deane, 
138; remarks, 423, 6. 65; on com. 
on Delftshaven Memorial, 1 ; Eng- 
lish Exiles in Amsterdam, 41- 
64; M.H.S. tributes to, 176-187, 
301; death, 176, 7. 100; as Puritan, 

6. 176; research on origines of Ply- 
mouth, 177, 184, 185, 7. 97; on 
polity of Congregationalism, 6. 177- 

180, 7. 96; knowledge of Puritan 
polemics, 6. 180-181, 7. 96; Bibli- 
ography of Congregationalibrn, 6. 

181, 7. 98; bequest of library, 6. 
181, 7. 102; Congregationalism, 

6. 182; on Congregationalism and 
Calvinism, 182; on parting ad- 
dress of John Robinson, 182, 186; 
in M.H.S., 183; typical New Eng- 
lander, 184; as minister, 185-186, 

7. 102; as editor, 6. 186, 7. 93-94, 
102; as advocate, 6. 186; appear- 
ance and character, 186-187, 7. 101 ; 
reprinted M.H.S. papers, 6. 229; 
Memoir by J. E. Sanford, 7. 90- 
103; PORT, and autog., 90; birth 
and ancestry, 90-91; education, 
91; school-teacher, 92 ; atAndover 
Theolog. Sem., 92; has Episcopa- 
lian inclinations, 92; ministry at 
Manchester, 92-94; marriage, 93; 
call to Calif., 93, 94; and protest 
against Kan.-Neb. Bill, 94-95; 
residences, 95; and Congregation- 
alist Quarterly, 95; and Winthrop 
Club, 96; and Congregational Pil- 
grim celebration (1870), 97; lec- 
tures on Congregationalism, 98; 
unfinished work on Pilgrims in 
Europe, 98; ecclesiastical offices, 
98; in Norway, 98; and Andover 
controversy, 99; appointed dele- 
gate to International Council, 100; 
societies, 100; and memorial to 
Robinson, 101; honorary degrees, 
101; scholarship, 101; works, 102- 
103, 20. 207. 



122 



DEXTER-DICKENS 



Dexter, John, killed, (1677) 7. 169. 

Dexter, Lucy W. (Deane), 1. 329. 

Dexter, Mary (Morton), 7. 90; edu- 
cator, 91. 

Dexter, Mary A. (Dellinger), 1. 327. 

Dexter, Morton, elected a member 
M.H.S., 10. 115; accepts, 116; 
Alleged facts as to Pilgrims, 
256-263; remarks, 11. 277, 13. 121, 
424, 456, 15. 24, 323, 16. 125, 17. 
116, 18. 263; ebcted to M.H.S. 
Council (1898-1900), 12. 190, 13. 
80, 14. 146; and proposed memo- 
rial ed. of Bradford and Winthrop, 
12. 260; on E. A. Park, 14. 194; 
on Nominating Com. (1901), 15. 2; 
report, 51; presents report of 
Council (1901), 25-30; Memoir of 
E. G. Porter, 55-68; M.H.S. 
delegate to Yale bicentenary, 180; 
on 450th anniversary of Univ. of 
Glasgow, 224-227; on Yale bi- 
centenary, 320-323 ; on John Rob- 
inson tercentenary 493 ; on Library 
Com. (1902), 16. 1; report, 147; 
presents a Yale medal, 145; Mem- 
bers OF Pilgrim Company in 
Leyden, 17. 167-184; remarks 
on E. C. Smyth, 18. 302; Eng- 
land and Holland of PUgrims, 20. 
207. 

Dexter, Nancy [Mrs. Bishop], 19. 
192, 193. 

Dexter, Samuel [1], vetoed for Council 
(1766, '67), 10. 62, 63. 

Dexter, Samuel [2], and L. M. Sargent, 
3. 310; exhibition part (1780), 18. 
222. 

Dexter, Samuel W., Commencement 
part (1812) and biog. note, 5. 176, 
176 n. 

Dexter, Thomas, immigrant, career, 
7. 90. 

Dexter, William S., card on Gil- 
christ (1860), 14. 85 n. 

Diamond. See Diman, Dimond. 

Diar. See Dyer. 

Diaries, list of Quebec expedition, 2. 
265-267; of Sullivan's expedition, 
436-441; credibility as sources, 10. 
486. See also next title. 

Diaries, J. Q. Adams's (1787-89), 
16. 291-464; same on Cong, and 
journey to Boston (1832), 19. 517- 
534; Ben. Boardman's, of siege of 
Boston, 7. 400-413; Dudley Brad- 
street's, of siege of Louisburg (1745), 
11. 417-446; Wm. Brinsmead's 
note-book (1681-96), 4. 298-302; 
Henry Dearborn's, of Am. Rev. 



(1775-78, '82-83), 2. 275-305, 3. 
102-113; Amos Farnsworth's, of 
Am. Rev. (1775-79), 12. 78-102; 
Rev. John Fiske's note-book (1637- 
75), 317-338; Jabez Fitch's, of 
siege of Boston, 9. 40-91; Eli 
Forbes's, of Brookfield (1762), 7. 
384-399 ; Lawrence Hammond's, 
of Boston (1688-94), 144-172; 
David Holden's, of French War 
(1760), 4. 384-409; fragment of 
Saml. Holten's (1778), 10. 463; 
Saml. Jenks's, of French War 
(1760), 5. 352-396; Wm. Mc- 
Kendry's, of Am. Rev. (1777-80), 
2. 442-478; John Marshall's, of 
Braintree (1697-1711), 1. 148-164, 
14. 13-34 ; Jon. Mason's, of south- 
ern journey (1804-05), 2. 5-34; 
Increase Mather's (1674-87), 13. 
337-374, 397-412 ; Lucian Minor's, 
of western travel (1836), 7. 263- 
294; John Pierce's, of journey in 
N. Eng. (1795), 3. 41-52; same, 
of Harvard Commencements (1803- 
48), 5. 167-263; same, oi B K 
meetings (1803-48), 9. 110-143; 
same, of Plymouth anniversaries 
(1820, '45), 10. 393-403; same, of 
Divinity School graduation (1836), 
363-366; same, of journey to 
Washington (1812), 366-386; of 
Quebec expedition (1775-76), 2. 
267-275,6.39; Josiah Quincy's, of 
N. Eng. journey (1801), 4. 123- 
135; John Rowe's, of Boston 
(1764-79), 10. 60-108; fragments 
of Saml. Sewall's [1], 6. 388-390, 8. 
212-221; Saml. Sewall's [2] (1714), 
221-225; Ezra Stiles's, of journey 
to Philadelphia (1754), 7. 338-344; 
Eben. Wild's, of Am. Rev. (1776- 
81), 6. 78-160; John Winthrop, 
Jr.'s, of N. Eng. journey (1645), 8. 
4-12. See also Documents, Let- 
ters. 

Diary of a Public Man, credibility, 
10. 487-490. 

Dicey, Albert Venn, elected a cor- 
resp. member M.H.S., 16. 126. 

Dick, Dr. Elisha Cullen, on Washing- 
ton's last illness, 19. 381; religion, 
381. 

Dickens, Asbury, Port-Folio, 20. 269. 

Dickens, Beatrice, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 52. 

Dickens, Charles, on opinion of Pick- 
wick, 7. 272. 

Dickens, Christopher, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 52. 



DICKENS-DOCUMENTS 



123 



Dickens, Mary, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 62. 

Dickerman, Elijah, in Rev. army, 2. 
443; married, 449; on furlough, 
452. 

Dickerman, H. S., on miscegenation, 
19. 101. 

Dickerman, Letty (Gibbens), 2. 449. 

Dickerson, Lieutenant, in Phips's 
Quebec expedition, 15. 310. 

Dickerson, Mahlon, and Duane, 20. 
266; and Pa. politics (1802), 278. 

Dickinson, John, and Declaration of 
Independence, 1. 274, 275, 6. 68; 
Moore's vindication of, considered, 
67-72; training and character, 
68; sole author of Declaration of 
Causes, 69-71; colonel, 8. 60; let- 
ter of thanks from Boston, 10. 66. 

Dickinson, Rev. Jonathan, Isaac 
Watts on works, 9. 389, 401. 

Dickinson, Philemon, in battle of 
Monmouth, 3. 114. 

Dickson. See Dixon. 

Dieri, translation of New Testament, 
13. 423. 

Dieskau, Ludwig, baron, L^vis's plan 
of battle of Lake George, 4. 94; 
royal instructions to, 99; engrav- 
ing of battle, 5. 416-418. 

Digby, Sir Kenelm, contemp. men- 
tion of book by, 1. 119. 

Digert, Peter, of Mohawk Valley, 2. 
445. 

Digert, Walter, of Little Falls, 2. 446. 

Dillington, Sir John, and Lord Cutts, 
2. 176. 

Dilly, Charles, and Am. books, 17. 
341, 366. 

Diman, Jonathan, and Old Colony 
Club, 3. 390, 393. 

Dimmock, John L., subscription to 
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Dinah, slave, sold (1769), 3. 321. 

Dinnis, Captain, privateering cruise 
(1779), 12. 199. 

Dinsmore. See Densmore. 

Dinwiddle, Robert, letters in Park- 
man MSS., 1. 361. 

Dinwoodie, Christian (?1726), 1. 138. 

Dinwoodie, Elizabeth, of Va. (? 1726), 
1. 138. 

Dinwoodie, Jane, of Va. (?1726), 1. 
138. 

Dinwoodie, Janet (? 1726), 1. 138. 

Dinwoodie, John, of Va., will (? 1726), 
1. 138. 

Dinwoodie, Lawrence (? 1726), 1. 138. 

Dinwoodie, Mary (?1726), 1. 138. 

Dinwoodie, Robert (?1726), 1. 138. j 



Dinwoodie, Rose (Masson), 1. 138. 

Dinwoodie, Sarah (?1726), 1. 138. 

Diodorus Siculus, 3. 22. 

Dionysius, power, 12. 109. 

Diplomatic medals, Dupr6's, 5. 350, 
8. 501. 

Direction for a Puhlick Profession 
(1665), 9. 423; authorship, 11. 22- 
23. 

Directory of France, plan to pay debt, 
3. 21; and X Y Z mission, 22, 15. 
89. 

Dirumphel, William, in Am. army 
(1775), 12. 106. 

Disasters, flood in Conn. (1692), 7. 
160. See also Earthquakes, Fires, 
Health, Weather. 

Discovery of America. See America, 
Explorations, Voyages. 

Disease. See Health. 

Disney, John, residence, 3. 10. 

Dissection, General Court on (1647), 
1. 46. 

District of Columbia, J. Q. Adams on 
slavery in, 15. 449, 465, 469. See 
also Washington, D. C. 

Dix, , in campaign of 1760, 5. 

354. 

Dix, Dorothea L., articles deposited 
by, removed, 3. 347. 

Dix, William G., Commencement 
part (1845), 5. 246. 

Dixon, , sea captain (1778), 2. 

238. 

Dixon, , innkeeper at Sterling 

(1795), 3. 43. 

Dixwell, Epes S., Master's oration 
(1830), 5. 203; school, 17. 517. 

Doane, George W., at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1843), 5. 239. 

Doane, Isaiah, purchases confiscated 
Boston estate, 10. 184. 

Dobbyn, , of Ireland, in New 

York (1789), 16. 462. ^ 

Dobson, Thomas, and Priestley's pub- 
lications, 3. 17-19, 22, 29, 30, 32, 36. 

Documents. — See also analyzed ref- 
erences under Diaries, Letters, 
Maps. — On Argall's expedition, 1. 
187-192; Mass. commission of 
oyer and terminer (1703), 220; 
Maverick's description of N. Eng. 
(1660), 231-249; warrant for 
Groton town-meeting (1786), 299- 
301; on witchcraft affairs, 339- 
358; John Eliot's description of 
N. Eng. (1650), 2. 44-50; records 
of Atherton Co. (1660-64), 150- 
152; narrative of St. Domingo in- 
surrection, 305-390; on covenant 



124 



DOCUMENTS-DODGE 



against Boston Port Bill, 481-486; 
records of Northampton County, 
Va. (1632-54), 3. 4-7; Peregrine 
White's will (1704), 133-135; peti- 
tion of Ipswich on John Winthrop, 
Jr. (1637), 197-199; church recom- 
mendation of John Winthrop, Jr. 
(1650), 200; on domestic slave- 
trade, 321, 20. 512-521; on Wyo- 
ming Massacre, 3. 340-347; on 
Northeastern boundary, 349-369; 
records of Old Colony Club, 382-444 ; 
Boston's instructions on fisheries 
(1781), 4. 49-54; journal of Mass. 
Com. of corresp. (1773), 82-90; 
report of Robt. Quary on customs 
(1708), 147-155; report of trial of 
Anne Hutchinson, 159-191; of 
Rich. Wait and Ann Hibbens, 315- 
316; briefs in prize cases (1736- 
58), 5. 85-101; narrative of battle 
of Lexington, 391-396; Danforth's 
deed to York (1684), 432-435; on 
Groton milit. companies (1758, 
'60), 6. 21-33, 426-432; memorial 
of Danl. Leonard (1784), 255-257; 
on Ft. Dummer (1723-28), 359- 
381; memorial of Capt. Chas. 
Cochrane (1781), 433-442, 519; 
Loyal Petitions (1666), 472-476; 
John Winthrop's deed of Rum- 
ney Marsh land (1639), 7. 139; in- 
ventory of his goods, 140-143; 
income of Ezra Stiles (1760), 344- 
345; order suppressing Publick 
Occurrences (1690), 8. 45; instruc- 
tions to officer in King Philip's 
War, 65-67; instructions to Gov. 
Dudley (1702), 93-105; on Rev. 
John Wheelwright, 505-517; Mass. 
non-consumption agreement ( 1 786) , 
496; on erection of Harvard Hall, 
9. 98-101; John Pierce's charac- 
terization of J. T. Kirkland, 144- 
157; petition of Saml. Whiting 
(1659), 225; on Saml. Skelton 
(1629), 10. 108-114; inventory of 
goods of John Winthrop, Jr. (1635), 
11. 4-6; index of early Mass. colon, 
laws, 10-17, 14. 383; notarial 
record of Wm. Aspinwall (1644), 
11. 185; Harvard records (1656- 
72), 201-205; on Canada expedi- 
tion (1747), 12. 46-50; Paul Dud- 
ley's commission as Atty-.Gen., 
52-54; Randolph's protest on 
fees, 237-239; Hutchinson's cur- 
rency pamphlet (1736), 450-456; 
family bills (c. 1640), 13. 59-62; 
records of Dudley's Council (1686), 



226-286 ; church council at Groton 
(1712), 298-302; instructions for 
general training and sham fight 
(1686), 328-330; drafts of loyal 
addresses (1685, '93), 330-332, 336- 
337 ; draft of advice of Mass. clergy 
(1685), 332-333; on recruiting in 
Mass. (1690), 334; scheme for elec- 
tion of Mass. Council (1693), 335; 
addresses to Hutchinson and Gage 
(1774), 14. 49 n.-51 n. ; description 
of Harvard entrance examinations 
(1751-1837), 200-205; narratives 
of Phips's expedition to Canada, 15. 
281-319; on Mass. Gov. and Coun- 
cil (1714-15), 327-362; on genesis 
of Monroe Doctrine, 373-436; on 
J. Q. Adams and emancipation by 
martial law, 438-478; Cotton's 
''Moses, his Judicials," 16. 280- 
284; warrant for burial of suicide 
(1707), 521-523; prospectus of 
Blackwell's Bank (1687), 18. 66- 
81; Hamilton's notes in Fed. 
Conven., 349-362; of polit. cam- 
paign (1800), 259-263; John Eliot's 
parish note-book, 343-346; on 
Mass.-R. I. boundary dispute (1731- 
34), 19. 20-34; in case of Saml. 
Shrimpton (1685-86), 38-51; John 
Foster's will (1681), 58; in high- 
way-robbery trial ^(1789), 178-184; 
John Pierce on bicentenary of N. 
Eng.Confed., 361-362; his charac- 
terization of Saml. Ripley, 386- 
389; his description of Brookline 
(1817), 424-427; his account of 
Dr. Snell's jubilee, 427-440; J. Q. 
Adams on ''common welfare" 
clause in Constitution, 535-553 ; re- 
port on Crevecoeur, 20. 584. 

Doddridge, Rev. Philip, Family Ex- 
positor, 9. 358, 363; anecdote, 19. 
374. 

Dodge, , at Haverhill (1787), 16. 

302. 

Dodge, Captain, of Brookfield (1762), 
7. 385. 

Dodge, Daniel, suit against Bartlett 
(17a7), 16. 324. 

Dodge, Joseph, baptism (1648), 12. 
322. 

Dodge, Mrs. Joshua, of Brookfield 
(1762), 7. 385. 

Dodge, Nathan, at siege of Boston, 
7. 401. 

Dodge, Oliver, Commencement part 
(1788), 16. 439. 

Dodge, Richard, of Salem (1645), 12. 
322. 



DODGE-DOUBLEDAY 



125 



Dodge, Richard, of Wenham (1648), 

12. 322. 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault, elected a 
member M.H.S., 11. 24; list of 
publications (1896, 1905), 317, 19. 
205 ; presents works, 11. 367. 

Dogget, John, and will of Peregrine 
White, 3. 135. 

Doggett, Samuel, guest of Old Colony- 
Club, 3. 398. 

Doggett, Rev. Simeon, and Nathan 
Strong, 3. 50; biog. note, 51 n. 

Doggett, Thomas, autog. on will 
of Peregrine White, 3. 134. 

Dolbery, (?) Andrew, sea-captain 
(1692), 7. 159. 

Dole, Richard, of Newbury (1664), 19. 
291. 

Dollier de Casson, Frangois, MS. 
history of Montreal, 1. 361. 

Dolphin, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam 

6. 52. 

Dolphin, prize case (1748), 5. 91-92. 
Domestic life, inventory of effects of 
elder Gov. John Winthrop (1649), 

7. 140-143; of younger (1635), 11. 
4-6. See also Social conditions. 

Domett, Mrs. (?) Joseph, leaves Bos- 
ton (1775), 9. 10. 

Dominique, reported French capture 
(1778), 3. 121. 

Don Quixote, index of notes to, 3. 63. 

Donahoe. See Donnahew. 

Donald, Alexander, and Madison's 
candidacy (1788), 15. 126; letters 
to Jefferson (1787), 17. 455, 488 
[see Jefferson]. 

Donald, Elijah Winchester, elected 
a member M.H.S., 14. 163; on 
M. C. Tyler, 394; M.H.S. tributes 
to, 18. 375, 379-385; death, 375; 
in M.H.S., 375, 381; birth and 
ancestry, 379; preparation for 
ministry, 380; rectorships, 380; 
honorary degrees, 380; outside 
positions, 380; as preacher, 381; 
theology, 381; character, 382; 
as rector of Trinity, 383-385; 
memoir assigned to A. V. G. Allen, 
471. 

Donaldson, , of N. Brun. (1785), 

3. 83. 

Donaldson, Adj. Alexander,' in cam- 
paign of 1760, 4. 406. 

Dongan, Robert, Bermuda estate, 

13. 49. 

Dongan, Gov. Thomas, and ship 

Joanna, 13. 276. 
Doniol, Henri, work on XJ. S., 5. 

164. 



Donnahew, Cap. David, at siege of 
Louisburg (1745), 11. 432; killed, 
437. 

Donne, John, and Countess of Bed- 
ford, 11. 70. 

Donohue. See Donnahew. 

Donop, Col. Carl E. K. von, Red Bank 
Fort assault, 18. 248. 

Doolittle, , innkeeper at Wal- 

lingford (1804), 2. 6, 32. 

Doolittle, Amos, engraving by, 18. 
287. 

Doolittle, Thomas, Treatise Concern- 
ing the.Lords Supper, 17. ^5. 

Dorchester, Guy Carleton, haron, and 
Arnold expedition prisoners, 2. 274- 
275; letter to Gen. Fox (1783) on 
disbandment and settlement of 
loyalists, 3. 74; to Thos. Carleton 
(1787) on N. Brun. boundaries, 
post, 75; (1788) on N. S. bishopric, 
76; and appointment to Can- 
ada (1784), 78-81; commander-in- 
chief at N. Y., 130, 133; and em- 
ployment of Indians, 17. 313; and 
terms of peace (1782), 19. 152, 154, 
158, 160, 165. 

Dorchester, Mass., powder works 
blown up (1705), 1. 158; on early 
map, 211; Maverick's account 
(1660), 238; in 1650, 2. 46; de- 
velopment of town govt., 7. 177- 
186; pre-settlement organization, 
217 72., 238, 260; annexation to 
Boston, 11. 395; old houses, 14. 
289-290, 296. 

Dorchester Heights, fortification, 10. 
95, 18. 429. 

Dorchester House, London, art and 
literary treasures, 12. 158. 

Dorety, William, of Brookfield 7. 
388. 

Doiman, Thomas, petition (1637), 3. 
199. 

Dorr, James A., Commencement part 
(1832) and biog. note, 5. 209, 
209 n. 

Dorr, Samuel, subscription for M.H.S. 
building, 3. 291. 

Dorr, Samuel A., subscription for 
M.H.S. building, 3. 291. 

Dorr, Thomas W., 4. 415. 

Dorrance, George, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Dorsey, John, and Leib, 20. 366. 

Doten, Thomas, 3. 390; guest of Old 
Colony Club, 440. 

Doty's Tavern, Stoughton, 10. 47. 

Doubleday, , milit. watch (1689), 

1. 162. 



126 



DOUCHET ISLAND-DOWSE FUND 



Douchet Island. See St. Croix 
Island. 

Doughtey, Thomas, case before Dud- 
ley's Council (1686), 13. 276, 277. 

Doughty, », ornithologist, as trav- 
elling companion, 7. 274, 276. 

Douglas, Sir Howard, on Chesapeake- 
Shannon fight, 1. 379. 

Douglas, Lieut.-Col. John, at siege 
of Boston, 9. 41, 5S, 67, 68, 71, 84, 
85, 90. 

Douglas, Joseph, in campaign of 
1760, 5. 387. 

Douglas, Phineas, in campaign of 
1760, 5. 387. 

Douglas, Stephen A., in election of 
1860, 3. 328; and Sumner, 20. 543. 

Douglas, William, petition to Dud- 
ley's Council (1686), 13. 269. 

Douglas, William. See Hamilton. 

Douglas, Mass., origin of name, 1. 45. 

Douglass, , phrenologist (1769), 

10. 29. 

Douglass, Mrs. Anna E., gift to 
M.H.S., 5. 451. 

Douglass, William, Lord, arms, 1. 29. 

Douglass, Dr. William, pseudonym 
and almanac, 1. 42; character, 44; 
and small-pox inoculation, 44; 
practice in Boston, 44; and town 
of Douglas, 45; medical society, 
45; and a medical professorship, 
45; and paper-money controversy, 
12. 430, 433, 448; estate, 13. 385. 

Dover, N. H., Maverick's account 
(1660), 1. 234; in 1650, 2. 48; and 
Portsmouth's covenant of non- 
importation (1774), 484; Unitarian 
societies, 3. 164; and Jeremy Bel- 
knap, 4. 206. 

Dow, Major, in Sullivan's expedition, 
2. 460. 

Dow, Charles W., killed in Kansas, 
1. 217. 

Dow, Henry, in N. H. Council, 8. 93. 

Downe, Thomas, death (1709), 14. 26. 

Downe, Thomas, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Downe, William, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Downing, Abigail, of Eng. (1623), 1. 
135. 

Downing, Abraham, of Eng. (1623), 
1. 135, 

Downing, Catharine, of Eng. (1623), 
1. 135. 

Downing, Drake, of Eng. (1623), 1. 
135. 

Downing, Emmanuel, corresp., 8. 
207-208, 372; letter from Rich. 



Saltonstall (1632), 208; letters to 
Sir John Coke (1633-34) on N. Eng. 
affairs, 370-372, 383-387; on in- 
tolerance in Mass., 379; character 
and conduct, 405-407, 486-493; 
as attorney, 493; descendants, 
495; return to Eng., 489-491; 
account for goods (1634), 11. 3; 
financial difficulties (1647), 6; on 
son James, 14. 373, 374. 

Downing, Mrs. Emmanuel. See 
Downing (Lucy). 

Downing, Frances, Lady, health 
(1678), 10. 188. 

Downing, Francis, of Eng. (1623), 1. 
135. 

Downing, Sir George, and Fitz-John 
Winthrop, 1. 127; and Navigation 
Acts, 8. 138; character, 406, 488, 
495; stinginess to mother, 10. 187. 

Downing, George, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Downing, James, personal letter to 
Gov. Winthrop (1637), 14. 372; 
career, 373-376. 

Downing, John, of Eng., will (1623), 
1. 135. 

Downing, John Smith, of Eng. (1623), 
1. 135. 

Downing, Lucy (Winthrop), on Fitz- 
John Winthrop, 1. 127; and Mrs. 
Feke, 6. 3, 4; personal letter to 
Anne Bradstreet (1678), 10. 186- 
188. 

Downing, Richard, of Eng. (1623), 1. 
135. 

Dowse, Edward, of Dedham, 2. 5, 

4. 123. 

Dowse, John, death (1677), 7. 169. 

Dowse, Joseph, in Boston society, 10. 
39; and Registry of Probate 
(1754), 16. 109, 110. 

Dowse, Thomas, Livermore's note on 
death, 19. 84. See also Dowse 
Fund, Dowse Library. 

Dowse Fund, history, 1. 174, 2. 73, 
397, 3. 285, 292, 293, 4. Ill, 352, 
5.441, 6. 406, 7. 375, 8. 187, 9. 29, 
10. 126, b5S, 11. 320, 12. 177, 13. 
67, 14. 130, 15. 31, 16. 131, 17. 215, 
18. 272, 19. 207, 20. 209; income 
account (1884), 1. 177; (1885), 2. 
77; (1886), 401; (1887), 3. 289; 
(1888), 4. 116; (1889), 357; (1890), 

5. 446; (1891), 6. 412; (1892), 7. 
380; (1893), 8. 193; (1894), 9. 
35; (1895), 10. 134; (1896), 
564; (1897), 11. £26; (1898), 12. 
185; (1899), 13. 76; (1900), 14. 
139; (1901), 15. 39; (1902), 16. 140; 



DOWSE LIBRARY-DRURY 



127 



(1903), 17. 224; (1904), 18. 282; 
(1905), 19. 218; (1906), 20. 222. 

Dowse Library of M.H.S., giving of, 
3. 53, 8. 334-335; by-laws on, 4. 
231-232; cat., 6. 207; publica- 
tions on, 220-221; engraving, 11. 
front., v; room in Tremont Street 
and Fenway buildings, 307, 13. 1; 
formal opening, 20. 233-234. 

Doyle, James P., killed by John 
Brown, 1. 182, 14. 6n. ; outrages 
by, 1. 217, 219. 

Doyle, John Andrew, English in 
America, 3. 221; elected a corresp. 
member M.H.S., 313; on transfer 
of Mass. govt., 4. 92, 8. 108-112; 
on Mass. town govt., 7. 205, 239 n. ; 
edits facsim. of Bradford's MS., 

10. 468. 

Doyle, William M. S., Boston estate, 

11. 311; museum, 19. 8. 

Draco, constitution for Athens, 6. 
385 

Draften, , in Turkey (1832), 19. 

501. 

Dragon, Brit, war-ship (1752), 5. 100. 

Drake, Anne, 15. 22. 

Drake, Sir Francis, landfall in Calif., 
3. 260-261, 274; identity of other 
places, 261. 

Drake, Samuel G., reproduces Hub- 
bard's map, 4. 20; edits Prince's 
Annals, 6. 215. 

Drama, Joseph Croswell's ''New 
World Planted," 3. 431 n.; French 
play on siege of Boston, 9. 108- 
109. See also Theatre. 

Draper, John, prize case (1747), 5. 89. 

Draper, Joseph, juror (1789), 19. 180. 

Draper, Joshua, married (1762), 7. 
389. 

Draper, Lyman Copeland, and Mav- 
erick's journal, 2. 438; death, 6. 
XX, 7. 366. 

Draper, Margaret, absentee loyalist, 
10. 163; confiscated Boston estate, 
170. 

Draper, Richard, printer (1755), 5. 
418. 

Draper, Sarah (Wright), 7. 389. 

Draper's Tavern, Brookfield, 19. 
367. 

Drawing, C. C. Perkins and instruc- 
tion in schools, 3. 60, 237-239. 

Drayton, William, and Adams (1832), 
19. 524-526. 

Drayton, William H., and printing 
of Journals of Cong. (1779), 3. 376. 

Dreams, as factors in history, 15. 
81-88. 



Dred Scott case, Horace Gray's re- 
view, 16. 256. 

Dresel, Otto, and Emancipation Con- 
cert, 20. 248. 

Dress, Nova Scotian Indian (1782), 
4. 10, 11; articles (c. 1640), 7. 
141-143, 11. 4, 5; objections to 
long hair, 9. 98, 99, 19. 172; ball 
costume (1792), 11. 197; tailor's 
bill of Gov. Winthrop of Mass., 
13. 59-61; boy's (1817), 14. 
202. 

Drew, Edmund, in Va. (1634), 3. 4; 
vestryman, 5. 

Drew, John, exile in Amsterdam 
(1607), 6. 52. 

Drew, Marie, defamed (1634), 3. 4. 

Drink, prohibition in Kansas, 1. 182; 
services of L. M. Sargent to tem- 
perance, 3. 311; John Pierce and 
temperance, 5. 167, 9. 131-136, 
141, 142, 10. 397, 402, 19. 364, 365, 
380; traffic with Indians (1728), 
6.372,377-378; at N. Eng. church 
gatherings, 447, 492 ; intemperance 
in Md. (1836), 7. 265, 268; Indian 
protest against (1762), 394; wines 
of Boston society (c. 1840), 434; 
of pre-Rev. Boston society, 10. 31; 
wines at Plymouth dinner (1845), 
397; Dudley's order on license 
(1686), 13. 236, 252, 279, 283; 
Mass. impost on liquor, 241; con- 
ditions in colon. N. H., 19. 171. 

Drisius, Samuel, preaches in Va. 
(1654), 3. 7. 

Driver, Richard, purchases confis- 
cated Boston estate, 10. 168. 

"Driving a pin or nail," origin of ex- 
pression and custom, 4. 101-102, 
219-221. 

Drouyn de Lhuys, Edouard, as Min- 
ister, 16. 469. 

Drown, Shem, makes Province House 
Indian effigy, 2. 123. 

Drumgold, Nicholas, prize case 
(1752), 5. 100-101. 

Drumgoole, Alexander, Cherokee 
trader, 17. 460. 

Drummond, , innkeeper and 

planter in N. C. (1804), 2. 21, 
33. 

Drummond, Lord, in Boston society 
(1770), 10. 75. 

Drummond, Andrew, works on Bos- 
ton defences (1814), 14. 152. 

DrUmmond, Robert, and Bahama 
refugees (1686), 13. 258. 

Drury, , at tragedy of Black- 
friars (1623), 5. 436. 



128 



DUANE-DUDLEY 



Duane, Charles W., and Franklin 
Fund, 12. 28. 

Duane, Edward, 20. 376. 

Duane, Katheiine, in Span. Am., 20. 
378 

Duane, William, letters (1800-34), 
20. 257-394 ; career and character, 

257-260; letters to (1800) 

sedition trials, 268; (1809) per- 
sonal affairs, 316 ; — to Abr. Bishop 
(1802) books, epidemic, Jefferson 
and Burr, 274; — to Pierce Butler 
(1801) Wm. Jackson, 271; — cir- 
cular on Bank and revival of 
Aurora (1834), 391; — to Henry 
Dearborn (1809) nat. unfitness 
for war, Erskine, F. J. Jackson, 
relations with Madison, 321 ; (1810) 
controversy with son, 332 ; Gallatin, 
334; — to J. H. Eaton (1830) 
Adams's Fla. negotiations, N. Eng. 
character, Topog. Department, 389 ; 
— to Jefferson (1801) dismissed 
govt, clerk, 260; patronage for 
artist, govt, stationery and books, 
trial, Pa. politics and patronage, 
261, 264; (1802) Indian represen- 
tation, books, Pa. politics, Callen- 
der, Paine, 274, 276-279; (1806) 
rumors against J., Miranda, Yrujo, 
281-286; Mich, affairs, Burr con- 
spiracy, militia, non-importation, 
286-297; (1807) Burr, Pa. politics, 
telegraph, strategic suggestions, 
books, 297-304; milit. books. Pa. 
militia, 304; (1808) telegraph, 306; 
warnings, zinc mine, 307, 308; law- 
suits, Randolph, 309; embargo, 
pres. campaign, 310; (1809) crisis 
in for. affairs, 312; milit. office 
and private affairs, Madison, 317; 
(1810) Eng. pamphlet, resignation 
from army, 338; books, ed. of 
Franklin, Bache's children, Pesta- 
lozzi system, Russian agents, 339- 
343; (1811)Randolph, U.S. Bank, 
private finances, 343-349; (1812) 
war admin., milit. manuals, J. and 
cabinet office, 349, 353; (1813) 
books, war admin., 359-365; (1814) 
books, U. S. and Europ. affairs, 
war admin., negro troops, 368-376; 
(1817) personal relations, 376; 
(1824) public accts., in Span. Am., 
embarrassment, appeal for office, 
377-384; (1826) canal at Panama, 
Colombia, 386; — to Wm. Lee 
(1824) appeal for office, 384; — 
to Madison (1801) govt, stationery 
and books, pub. of Fed. laws, 263; 



(1803, '05) desires inside informa- 
tion, 279, 280; (1805) suspected 
con^iracy, 280, 281; (1807) ed. 
of Franklin, 298 ; (1808) for. affairs, 
ed. of Fed. laws, 308; (1809) 01m- 
stead affair, 320; letter of intro- 
duction, 324; means of avoiding 
war, 324; nat. land bank, 330-332 ; 
(1810) ed. of Fed. laws, 333; (1812) 
commissary-gen., 351; war sug- 
gestions, 355; (1814) Philadelphia 
postmaster, 365-368 ; — to Monroe 
(1814) introducing Torres, 375; — 
to Jos. Nancrede (1801) Port-Folio, 
Tyler's Geography, 268; — to Par- 
tridge (1820) college. West Point, 
376; — to Senators (1803) print- 
ing of Journal, 280; — to Temple- 
man (1832) books to exchange, 
390; — to Jos. Watson (1827) 
city affairs, 387; — to R. C. 
Weightman (1808) ed. of Fed. 
laws, private finances, 312. 

Duane, William J., 20. 334. 

Duarte, Francisco, and Menendez, 8. 
434, 436. 

Dubeau, , of Cape Frangais, 

anecdotes, 2. 338 n. 

Dublin, Ireland, G. E. Ellis on (1838), 
10. 218; in 1830, 19. 466-468. 

Dublin, N. H., inn (1760), 4. 406. 

Dubois, Col. Lewis, at Lake Otsego, 
2. 459, 460. 

Dubois, Theodore, at Congress of 
Hist. Sciences (1903), 17. 246. 

DuBois, W. E. Burghardt, on negro 
problem, 19. 106. 

Duch^, Rev. Jacob (1754), 7. 341. 

Dudleian Lecture, origin, 16. 40; in 
1787, 313. 

Dudley, , in Boston society 

(1765), 10. 32. 

Dudley, Charles E., and tariff (1832), 
19. 523. 

Dudley, Daniel, killed at Cherry 
Valley, 2. 450. 

Dudley, Elizabeth (Davenport), prob- 
able port., 2. 197; children, 12. 
248. 

Dudley, Gov. Joseph, and reversal of 
witchcraft attainders, 1. 83, 86, 
89, 91, 105; issues commission of 
oyer and terminer, 221; questions 
to N. Y. clergy on witchcraft (in 
Latin) 348; (in English), 353; an- 
swers (in Latin), 349-353; (in 
English), 354-358; governorship 
denied to (1695), 2. 124, 179 n.; 
and Lord Cutts, 172, 173; char- 
acter, 173; letters from Cutts 



DUDLEY-DUKE 



129 



(1693-1700), 173-192; and mayor- 
alty of Newtown, Wight, 177, 178, 
182; Cutts's promise of advance- 
ment, 177, 179, 184, 186; Cutts 
reproves, 178, 185, 188; port., its 
history, 195-196; other authentic 
ports., 196; mistaken port., 197; 
no letters to Cutts found, 198 ; pur- 
ported cradle, 199 n. ; letter from 
Kich. Steele (1700), 3. 201 ; corresp. 
in Parkman MSS., 4. 46; and ex- 
change of prisoners and illicit trade 
(1705), 5. 422-423; goes to Eng. 
(1690), 7. 152; Boston comment on 
Leisler trial, 157; instructions to, 
as Gov. of N, H. (1702), 8. 90, 93- 
105; at funeral of SewalFs wife 
(1717), 217; proc. on Narragan- 
sett Country (1686), 9. 471; letter 
from Dudley Bradstreet (1706), 12. 
198; Randolph's petition against, 
238; and death of sons, 245; pro- 
test of General Court (1686), 281, 
13. 237; Randolph's influence, 
223, 295; speech before General 
Court (1686), 224; installation 
and speech as President, 225-227; 
records of Council, 226-286; proc. 
of presidency, 227-229; salary, 
243, 245, 283; takes Acts of Trade 
oath, 247; sham fight before, 328; 
arrives as Gov. (1702), 14. 32; and 
Council after death of Anne, 15. 
327-362 [see Council]; and educa- 
tion of son Paul, 16. 25, 25 n. ; and 
Mathers, 26 w., 28; and offices for 
son Paul, 32-33; biog. needed, 20. 
588. 

Dudley, Col. Joseph [b. 1780], sword, 
19. 224. 

Dudley, Lucy, death (1714), 8. 222. 

Dudley, Lucy (Wainwright), 16. 41; 
funeral sermon (1756), 41 n. 

Dudley, Mary [Mrs. Cotton], 16. 82. 

Dudley, Paul, Atty.-Gen. of Mass., 
10. 289, 16. 27; commission (1702), 
12. 51-54; at funeral of Mary 
Gerrish, 14. 39; and attack on 
Council (1715), 15. 350, 353; 
AUTOG., 16. 24; birth, 24; educa- 
tion, 24-27; officers, 27-28, 32-35; 
letter on charter (1704), 29-31 ; and 
town affairs, 31-32; financial 
pamphlet, 32; at Roxbury, 34, 
35, 41 n.; house robbed, 34 n.; 
communications to Royal Society, 
35-37; and town of Dudley, 37; 
and town of Oxford, 37 n. ; death 
and obit, notices, 38-40; bequest 
to Harvard, 40; marriage and 



children, 41; port., 41; works, 41- 
42; justice of peace (1708), 523. 

Dudley, Rebecca (Tyng), port., 2. 
197. 

Dudley, Gov, Thomas, lives at Dor- 
chester, 2. 46; mistaken port., 197; 
distich on, 197, 198; church cove- 
nant, 221 ; at trial of Anne Hutch- 
inson, 4. 184, 185, 190; first pub. 
of letters to Countess of Lincoln, 

9. 509; letter from Alice Blower, 

10. 115; and framing of first Mass. 
code, 276-279; difference with 
Winthrop (1636), 276-278; on 
Piscataqua settlers, 19. 169. 

Dudley, Thomas [H. C. 1685], re- 
corder for Suffolk Co., 12. 238, 242, 
244; AUTOG., 244; career, 244- 
245, 16. 25 n. ; clerk of court (1686), 

13. 243, 258, 

Dudley, Capt. (?) Trueworthy, at 
siege of Louisburg (1745), 11. 424. 

Dudley, William, probable port., 2. 
197; mission to Quebec (1705), 
5. 422; wife, 12. 248; and Coun- 
cil's assumption of control (1715), 
15. 347; report on R. L boundary 
(1831), 19. 23. 

Dudley, Mass., Paul Dudley and, 16. 
37. 

Duels, in Boston (1765), 10. 56; 
J. Q- A^ams on Graves-Cilley, 12. 
286-292; Woodbridge-Phillips, 18. 
239-242. 

Duer, William, financial distress, 15. 
139. 

Duer, William A., at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1836), 5. 217. 

Durer, Albrecht, etching of Melanch- 
thon, 11. 257. 

Dufay, David, at Boston (1686), 13. 
257. 

Dufferin and Ava, Frederick T. H. 
Blackwood, marquis of, M.H.S. 
tribute to, 15. 496-500. 

Duffield, Rev. George (1754), 7. 340. 

Dufief, N. G., account with Jefferson 
(1817), 6. 174.. 

Dugan, Cumberland, Roxbury estate, 

14. 47 n. 

Dugan, Capt. Jeremiah, in Quebec 

expedition, 2. 287. 
Dugan, John, gift to M.H.S., 8. 

145. 
Dugard, William, on Amsterdam, 6. 

43. 
Dugres, Chevalier de, treatment of 

slaves, 2. 313; at Haiti, 340. 
Duke, privateer (1748), 5. 90. 
Duke, packet-boat (1770), 16. 227. 



9 



130 



DUKE OF CUMBERLAND-DUNLAP 



Duke of Cumberland, brig on Lake 
Champlain (1760), 4. 395, 5. 357, 
363, 365, 388. 

Dukes County, Mass., name as royal 
memorial, 4. 242; civil list, 16. 20. 

Dumaresq, Jane F. R. [Mrs. Perkins], 
4. 431. 

Dumaresque, Philip, subscribes to 
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Dumas, , letters to Levis, 4. 98. 

Du Mesgonez, Troilus. See La Roche. 

Dumfries, Va., inn (1805), 2. 33; in 
1781, 6. 136. 

Dummer, Henry, return to Eng., 4. 
192. 

Dummer, Jane [Mrs. Sewall], 4. 192. 

Dummer, Jeremiah [1], at Webb's 
funeral, 12. 246; petition on Casco 
Bay settlers (1686), 13. 15 n., 270; 
trade petition (1686), 268; sham 
fight (1686), 328; justice of peace 
(1708), 16. 523. 

Dummer, Jeremy [2], letter to White 
(1716) on Elizeus Burgess, 4. 192; 
and Winthrop vs. Lechmere, 8. 
129-135; and Paul Dudley's letter 
on charter (1704), 16. 29 n., 30 n. 

Dummer, Mary, Apostle Eliot on, 18. 
345. 

Dummer, Richard [1], agreement as 
Winthrop's creditor, 11. 186; and 
John Higginson, 16. 483. 

Dummer, Richard [2], justice of 
peace (1686), 13. 229. 

Dummer, Rev. Shubael, killed by 
Indians, 7. 160. 

Dummer, Stephen, return to Eng., 4. 
192. 

Dummer, William [d. 1678], son of 
Richard [1], 4. 191. 

Dummer, Lieut. G^o?;. William, appoint- 
ment, 4. 192 n. ; corresp. concerning 
Fort Dummer (1724-25), 6. 362- 
365, 367-371; and Council's as- 
sumption of control (1715), 15. 353. 

Dummer, Fort, papers on (1724-29), 
6.359-381; hist, significance, 359- 
360; reasons for building, 361; 
erection, 361-365, 426; named, 
364; garrison, 365-367; (1747), 
11. 421; Indians in garrison, 6. 
367-370; chaplain, 370-371 ; peace 
and reduction of garrison, 371-372; 
conference with Scatacooks at, 
372-381. 

Dun. See Dunn. 

Dunbar, Captain, in campaign of 
1760, 6. 354. 

Dunbar, Captain, of Quebec (1789), 
16. 460. 



Dunbar, Asaph, 13. 425, 428; 14- 

218. 
Dunbar, Charles Franklin, memoir 

of P. W. Chandler assigned to, 5. 

2; list of pubHcations (1891-93), 

6. 404, 7. 369; memoir of G. O. 

Shattuck assigned to, 11. 271; 

M.H.S. tributes to, 13. 425-^443; 

death, 425; ancestry, 425, 428, 14. 

218; birth, 13. 425, 428, 14. 218; 

education, 13. 425, 429, 14. 218; 

as editor, extracts from editorials, 

13. 425, 429-436, 14. 219-221, 228; 

as economist, 13. 426, 436-440, 14. 

221-227; as college administrator, 

13. 440; marriage and children, 
441, 14. 228; homes, 13. 441-443; 
character, 443, 14. 227; memoir by 
E. H. Hall, 218-228; port, and 
AUTOG., 218; in business, 219; 
farmer, 219; studies law, 219; in 
Europe, 221; positions, 228; reli- 
gion, 228; in M.H.S., 228; in Am. 
Acad. 228; writings, 228 n. 

Dunbar, Daniel, loyalist refugee, 2. 

234. 
Dunbar, Elijah, at class reunion 

(1844), 5. 242. 
Dunbar, Julia R. (Copeland), 13. 441. 
Dunbar, Nancy (Ford), 13. 425, 14. 

218. 
Dunbar, Robert, immigrant, 13. 428, 

14. 218. 

Duncan, David, in Mich., 20. 287. 

Duncan, Elizabeth [Mrs. Thaxter], 
16. 302 n., 336; marriage, 348. 

Duncan, James [1], 16. 332 n. 

Duncan, James [2], biog. note, 16. 
332 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's 
diary (1787-88), 332, 333, 336, 351, 
406. 

Duncan, Mary [Mrs. Sargent], 3. 309. 

Duncan, Matthew, captured at 
Quebec, 2. 295. 

Duncan, Peter, 3. 309. 

Duncan, Rebecca (White), 16. 332 n. 

Duncan, William, and commissary- 
generalship (1812), 20. 352. 

Duncombe, Sir Charles, to stand for 
Parliament (1695), 2. 181. 

Dundas, Henry. See Melville. 

Dundass, Captain, insults John Rowe, 
10. 69. 

Dunkin, Benjamin F., Commence- 
ment part (1811) and biog. note, 
5. 175, 175 n. 

Dunkin, Edwin H. W., on John Har- 
vard's marriage, 4. 82. 

Dunlap, Frances [Mrs. Lowell], 11. 
89. 



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131 



Dunlap, John, printer to Continental 
Cong., 1. 288 n. 

Dunlap, Rev. Samuel, of Cherry- 
Valley, 2. 446, 447, 7. 395. 

Dunlap, William, debt to Franklin, 
16. 195, 196. 

Dunlap, William, on Savage and 
Edwin, 19. 11. 

Dunn, Captain, innkeeper at Chris- 
tiana (1781), 6. 158. 

Dunn, Samuel, 3. 311; purchases 
confiscated Boston estate, 10. 174. 

Dunn, Sarah C. [Mrs. Sargent], 3. 311. 

Dunn, William, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Dunnavan, Anthony, shot for deser- 
tion, 2. 461. 

Dunning, William Archibald, elected 
a corresp. member M.H.S., 19. 1; 
Andrew Johnson, 395-405. 

Dunstable, Mass., formed out of 
Groton, 4. 140; Indian attacks 
(1691), 7. 157; (1706), 14. 30; 
Danforth's plan of surveys, 9. 193- 
195 ; and Merrimack County (1686), 
13. 255. 

Dunstable Harbor, N. H., origin of 
name, 10. 465-467. 

Dunster, Mrs. Elizabeth, 10. 304. 

Dunster, Rev. Henry, Pres. of Har- 
vard, 2. 47; Bible, 5. 233; member 
of First Church in Cambridge, 
406; and Jon. Mitchell, 408; 
papers belonging to, 10. 303-310, 

11. 69; action against, by wife's 
son, 10. 305. 

Dunster, Henry, in Am. army (1775), 

12. 106. 

Dunster, Isaiah, biog. note, 5. 233; 
church covenant, 234. 

Dunton, John, on John Higginson, 16. 
513. 

Dupee, Isaac, subscribes to Merchants' 
Notes (1733), 17. 207. 

Duperrier, Chevalier de, Haitian 
planter, treatment of slaves, 2. 313; 
fidelity of slaves, 323. 

Duplessis, , Haitian planter, 

treatment of slaves, 2. 313 ; fidelity 
of slaves, 324; anecdote of escape 
of family, 324 n. ; sells milk in 
N. Y., 325. 

Duplessis, Joseph S., Franklin minia- 
ture, 4. 350; FrankHn port., 8. 173. 

Duplessis, Vincent, prize case (1743), 
5. 87. 

Du Ponceau, Peter Stephen, re- 
printed M.H.S. paper, 6. 229. 

Dupony, Augustin, prize case (1747), 



Dupre, Augustin, collection in Boston 
Public Library, 5. 348-355; career, 
348-349 ; Libertas Americana 
medal, 349; medals of Greene, 
Morgan, Jones, 350; Diplomatic 
medal, 350, 8. 501; medals of 
Franklin, 5. 351. 

Dupriez, L^on, on legislative power, 
16. 240. 

Dupuy, Claude Thomas, Troubles du 
Canada, 4. 45, 6. 392. 

Du Quesne, Fort. See Braddock's 
Defeat. 

Durant, Edward, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Durell, Philip, prize case (1749), 5. 
92-94. 

Durham (Oyster River), N. H., Mav- 
erick on (1660), 1. 234; Indian 
attacks (1694), 7. 167; (1706), 
14. 30. 

Durham, Vt. (1776), 6. 82. 

Durkee, Major John, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 43. 

Durkee, Robert, killed at Wyoming, 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Duro, Cesareo F., on Sebastian Cabot, 
11. 163. 

Dury, John, Copy of Letter to, 9. 
422. 

Du Simitiere, Pierre Eugene, ports, of 
Washington and other, 4. 141. 

Duston, Hannah, adventure, 14. 28. 

Dutch, in Va. (1654), 3. 7. See also 
Holland, New Netherland. 

Dutton, Warren, autog., 1. 365. 

Duvall, Gabriel, clerk of Md. Conven. 
(1776), 1. 276. 

Duveyrier, Anne H. J., drama on 
siege of Boston, 9. 108-109. 

Duvivier, Jean B., ports, by, 7. 373. 

Duvivier, Pierre S. B., medals for 
America, 5. 349, 352. 

Duxbury, Mass., Maverick's account 
(1660), 1. 242; in 1650, 2. 48; 
Winsor's Mayflower Town, 4. 107; 
search for remains of Miles Stand- 
ish, 375; pastor ordained (1702), 
14. 32. 

Dwarfs, in England (1783), 10. 424. 

Dwight, , of Hartford (1694), 4. 

79. 

Dwight, Anna (Flint), 6. 374. 

Dwight, Daniel, chaplain at Fort 
Dummer (1724), 6. 371. 

Dwight, Elizabeth [Mrs. Cabot], 20. 
530. 

Dwight, John S., Commencement 
part (1832), 5. 208 n.; on Henry 
Wheatland, 9. 298, Divinity School 



132 



DWIGHT-EASTMAN 



part, 19. 363; and Emancipation 
concert, 20. 248. 

Dwight, Josiah, graduates (1687), 17. 
58. 

Dwight, Sereno E., and Edwards 
MSS., 15. 3. 

Dwight, Theodore F., letter to 
Chamberlain (1884) on MS. Jour- 
nals of Old Congress, 1. 289 n. 

Dwight, Lieut. Timothy [1], at Fort 
Dummer, corresp. concerning erec- 
tion (1724), 6. 361-364, 425-426; 
survey of Equivalent Lands, 362, 
364; garrison, 365-370; on chap- 
lain at fort, 370-371; career, 373; 
conferences with Scatacooks (1728), 
377-381. 

Dwight, Timothy [2], career, 13. 122; 
letter to son (1771) on tutorial 
duties, 124. 

Dwight, Pres. Timothy [3], as 
preacher, 2. 7; use of term "Col- 
umbia,'' 164; inauguration (1795), 
3. 45-47; biog. note, 45 n.; 
ancestry, 6. 374; as tutor at 
Yale, 13. 122; admin, reforms as 
Pres., 123; letter from father 
(1771) on tutorial duties, 124; 
Thos. Day on Conquest of Canaan, 
17. 340. 

Dwight, William, Commencement part 
(1825) and biog. note, 5. 193, 193 n. 

Dwight, Rev. William T., and Edward 
MSS., 15. 4. 

Dyer, , and Mather (1675), 13. 

347. 

Dyer, , Maine fisherman (1776), 

2. 303. 

Dyer, Colonel, of (?) Conn., at siege 
of Boston, 7. 403. 

Dyer, Benjamin, books owned by, 
9. 427, 448. 

Dyer, Charles, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 420. 

Dyer, Christopher, fined for cursing 
(1747), 16. 498. 

Dyer, Daniel, facsims. of MSS., 2. 71. 

Dyer, Edward, 18. 445. 

Dyer, George, 18. 445. 

Dyer, Giles [I], receiver of duties 
(1686), 13. 229, 269; ^ powder- 
master, 254; deputy receiver, 279, 
283; extra pay, 280. 

Dyer, Giles [2], at funeral of Mary 
Gerrish (1710), 14. 39. 

Dyer, John, drowned (1703), 14. 23. 

Dyer, Deacon Joseph, of Weymouth, 
death, 1. 157. 

Dyer, Joseph C, MS. memoirs, 18. 
444, 447; biog. sketch, 444-446. 



Dyer, Louis, presents J. C. Dyer's 
memoirs, 18. 444; biog. sketch of 
J. C. Dyer, 444-446. 

Dyer, Samuel, attacks Brit, officers 
in Boston (1774), 10. 89. 

Dyer, Samuel, of R. I., 18. 445. 

Dyer, W., facsims. of MSS., 2. 71. 

Dyer, William, of Eng. (1669), 1. 137. 

Dygert. See Digert. 

E 

E., H., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 55. 
Eager, Elizabeth B. [Mrs. Ellis], 10. 

246; death, 246. 
Eagle-Stone. See Eggleston. 
Eagle Tavern, Richmond, 2. 18. 
Fames. See also Ames, Emes, 

Emmes. 
Fames, Deacon, of Haverhill (1787), 

16. 348. 

Fames, Charles, Commencement part 
(1831), 5. 206 w.; Master's oration 
(1834), 214; biog. note, 214 n. 

Fames, Wilberforce, acknowledg- 
ments to, 9. 192, 275, 10. 359, 15. 
281; on Day of Doom, 9. 271. 

Earle, John M., in Mass. Conven. 
(1853), 18. 34. 

Earle, Robert, prison-keeper (1686), 
13. 232, 267-269. 

Earthquakes, near Boston (1697), 1. 
150; at Cape Frangais (c. 1792), 
2. 334 n. ; at Jamaica (1692), 7. 163, 
164; in Mass. (1705), 14. 33. 

East Boston. See Noddle's Island. 

East Hampton, L. I., minister or- 
dained (1699), 1. 154; in 1650, 2. 
49; illicit trade (1708), 4. 149; 
and Dutch reconquest, 5. 293. 

Fast India Company, equipment of 
ships (1600), 6. 36. 

East Indies, fear of attack on (1782), 

17. 418. 

Eastburn, John H., bequest to 
M.H.S., 2. 261. 

Eastburn, Rev. Manton, and Sears's 
Liturgy, 2. 420; at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1843), 5. 239. 

Eastlake, Charles L., Hints on House- 
hold Taste, 3. 231. 

Eastman, Cajpt. Ebenezer, at siege of 
Louisburg (1745), 11. 430, 432, 
434. 

Eastman, Gerusha (Fitz), 15. 280. 

Eastman, Major Roger, Webster on, 
15. 280. 

Eastman, Sibel (Chamberlin), 10. 
492 n. 



EASTON-EDUCATION 



133 



Easton, Dr. Peter, of Nantucket, 4. 
132, 133. 

Easton, Mass., pre-Rev. inns, 10. 47. 

Easton, Pa., in 1779, 2. 474. 

Eastwick, Grisel [Mrs. Apthorp], 1. 
225, 10. 166. 

Eastwick, Pheasant, coroner (1686), 
13. 243; water-bailie, 250; mar- 
shall, 255. 

Eastwick, Robert, receiver of duties 
(1686), 13. 236. 

Eaton, Asa, Harvard DD. (1820), 6. 
187. 

Eaton, Audria [Mrs. Hammond], 7. 
150. 

Eaton, Hannah [Mrs. Denman], 16. 
479. 

Eaton, John H., letter from Wm. 
Duane (1830), 20. 389. 

Eaton, Joseph, death (1760), 5. 357. 

Eaton, Joseph W., Commencement 
part (1832) and biog. note, 5. 208, 
208 n. 

Eaton, Nathaniel, excommunicated, 
5. 408. 

Eaton, Rev. Peter, mentioned in 
J. Q. Adams's diary (1787), 16. 
298, 301 ; biog. note, 298 n. ; Adams 
on, 298 n. 

Eaton, Gov. Theophilus, and Wm. 
Hallett, 6. 3; and Thos. Lyon, 9. 
10; and Mrs. Ann Higginson, 16. 
478. 

Eaton, William, captured (1758), 6. 
33. 

Eaton's Tavern, Framingham, 19. 
367. 

Eayres. See also Ayers. 

Eayres, Joseph, characterized, 12. 142. 

Ecclesiastical affairs. See Religion. 

Economic conditions See Agricul- 
ture, Commerce, Finances, Fish- 
eries, Food, Internal improve- 
ments, Labor, Land, Manufac- 
tures, Mining, Prices, Salaries, 
Social conditions. 

Economics, C. F. Dunbar's services, 
13. 426, 436-440, 14. 221-227; U. 
H. Crocker's writings, 19. 560-563. 

Ecroyd, , of Pa. (1799), 3. 26. 

Eddowes, , of Philadelphia 

(1812), 19. 373. 

Eddy, Caleb, and Rich. Frothing- 
ham, 1. 381. 

Eddy, Sarah J., gift to M.H.S., 5. 
452. 

Eddy, Zachariah, lawyer, 4. 195. 

Eden, Richard, and Cabot mappe- 
monde, 6. 309; and Cabot's dis- 
covery, 11. 162, 168. 



Eden, Sir William, on commanders 
in Am. (1775), 1. 224. 

Edes, , inn near Springfield 

(1779), 2. 478. 

Edes, Henry, Harvard D.D. (1826), 
5. 195. 

Edes, Peter, on participants in Tea 
Party, 10. 475. 

Edes, Thomas, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 151; character- 
ized, 153. 

Edgarton, Caroline [Mrs. Bynner], 9. 
173. 

Edgartown, Mass., and British (1779), 
3. 84. 

Edgehill, Thomas, examination about 
pirates (1699), 5. 297. 

Edgerton, , of Norwich, at Am. 

camp (1775), 9. 58. 

Edgeworth,* Maria, visit to (1830), 
19. 468. 

Edinburgh, social life (1830), 19. 469- 
475; meetings on pari, reform, 471. 

Edmondes, Sir Thomas, and Argall's 
raid, 1. 192. 

Edmonds, Capt. Andrew, in Phips's 
Quebec expedition, 15. 299. 

Edmunds. See also Edmondes, Ed- 
monds. 

Edmunds, George F., length of service 
in Senate, 10. 10 n. 

Edmunds, Henry, briefs in prize 
cases (1743-48), 5. 87-91. 

Edmunds, John, death (1677), 7. 168. 

Edson, Rev. Theodore, B K prayer 
(1831), 9. 123; biog. note, 123 n. 

Education, early projects for medical, 
in Mass., 1. 45-47, 225; study of 
Greek, 2. 97; first school lectures 
on art, 3. 233; school instruction 
in drawing and music, 237-240; 
manual training, 240, 14. 113; Ohio 
school fund, 6. 74; Md.'s plans 
(1836), 7. 266; specimen attain- 
ments (1658), 8. 287; Franklin 
Fund, 12. 17, 25-27; influence of 
German universities on Am., 366- 
371; reports of Samuel Eliot as 
supt. of Boston schools, 14. 111- 
120; corporal punishment, 115; 
tenure of teachers, 116; regularity 
of attendance, 118; teaching of 
literature, 119, 121; influence of 
H. E. Scudder, 17. 150; Benj. 
Rush on (1786), 343; Saml. Vau- 
ghan on, 356 ; compulsory in colon. 
N. Eng., 19. 173; use of Bible, 
173; relig., in colon. N. H., 177; 
Abr. Bishop's scheme, 191; in 
Brookline (1817), 426; Pestalozzi 



134 



EDWARD IV.-ELDREDGE 



system, 20. 341. See also colleges 
and universities by name. 

Edward IV„ of England, exercise of 
veto, 6. 161. 

Edward, Prince. See Kent, duke of. 

Edward, Fort, N. Y., name as royal 
memorial, 4. 247; troops at (1760), 
391-392, 5, 354. 

Edwards, , in Mexico, 20. 380. 

Edwards, Mrs., of Cockland's Creek 
(1781), 6. 157. 

Edwards, Mrs., of Boston (1788), 16. 
429. 

Edwards, Mrs., of Philadelphia 
(1804), 2. 13. 

Edwards, Doctor, death in Phips's 
Quebec expedition, 15. 312. 

Edwards, Anna M. [Mrs. Park], 14. 
453. 

Edwards, Bela B., and E. A. Park, 
14. 453. 

Edwards, Bryan, on Haitian cities, 
2. 308 n. 

Edwards, David, of Boston, 7. 165. 

Edwards, Henry, gift to M.H.S., 1. 
131. 

Edwards, Jasper, at Am. camp 
(1775), 9. 53. 

Edwards, Rev. Jonathan [1], Allen's 
biog., 6. 439, 20. 588; on John 
Stoddard, 6. 373; on revival, 499; 
Watts on Narrative, 9. 335, 353, 
356, 360, 364; Watts on Distin- 
guishing Marks, 389; Eng. ed. of 
it, 392, 395, 402; cane from wood 
of his house, 10. 293; letter to 
Colman (1744) on hymn-singing, 
429; MSS. of, in Yale Library, 15. 
2-16; hist, of MSS., 3-4; sermons, 
5-8; ''spider" illustration, 6, 23; 
preaches at Northampton after dis- 
missal, 7; spelling, 8; shorthand, 
8, 20, 22, 520 ; decipherment of it, 
514-521; FACSiMS. of it, 514, 517; 
purpose of it, 519; letter to wife 
(1743) on New London affairs, 8; 
household bills, 9; ''Miscel. Ob- 
servations,'' 10; interleaved Bible, 
10; ''Notes on Bible," 10; other 
MSS., 11; letters, 12; letter to 
Bellamy (1746) on household 
affairs, books, 12-14; practica- 
bility, 14; Hterary autobiog., 14- 
16; and Berkeley's idealism, 15, 
21, 520; at Portsmouth (1749), 
Moody's prayer, 16-19; relig. 
counsel to daughter, 19 ; courtship, 
21; rules for writing of treatise, 
514-516; notes on nat. science, 
517-519; and fatalism, 17. 266. 



Edwards, Rev. Jonathan [2], at- 
tacks Priestley, 3. 45; biog. note, 
45 n.; and father's MSS., 15. 3. 

Edwards, Mary, at Portsmouth 
(1749), 15. 17, 18; father's relig. 
counsel, 19. 

Edwards, Miller, son of Concord 
minuteman, 10. 193. 

Edwards, Peleg, at siege of Boston, 9. 
45,50,81,86. 

Edwards, Richard, instructions to 
(1701), 5. 299; and Lyon estate, 
6. 19. 

Edwards, Rev. Thomas [d. 1647], 
reference to Hugh Peter, 8. 121. 

Edwards, Thomas, and Franklin 
Fund (1799), 12. 29 n. 

Edwards, Rev. Tryon, and Jon. 
Edwards's MSS., 15. 4. 

Edwin, David, engraving of Franklin, 

6. 417; of Columbus, 19. 6; and 
Savage's ' engravings, 12 ; as en^ 
graver, 13. 

Edzor, Mary, prize case (1750), 5. 96. 
Eeles. See also Eells, Eels, Eiles. 
Eeles, Rev. ' Nathaniel, ordained 

(1704), 14. 33. 
Eeles, Samuel, of Hingham, death, 

14. 26. 
Eelking, Max von, account of siege of 

Pensacola (1780), 3. 220. 
Eells, Rev. Samuel, at siege of Boston, 

7. 402. 

Eels, Hannah [Mrs. Ames], 19. 66. 
Effen, Reverend van, at London 

(1777), 17. 318. 
Eger, Mrs., of Eng. (1650), 1. 136. 
Egerton, Steven, 12. 203. 
Eggleston, , of Va., and Jay 

Treaty, 15. 151, 152. 
Eggleston, Reverend, in N. S. (1769), 

4. 68. 
Egypt, Herodotus's description re- 
viewed, 17. 250-252; conditions 

(1832), 19. 491-495. 
Egyptians, hist, importance, 13. 94. 
Eiles, William, exile in Amsterdam, 6. 

52. 
Elderkin, , of (?) Conn., at Am. 

camp (1775), 7. 403. 
Elderkin, John, 3. 192; agreement 

with New London (1652), 6. 288. 
Eldon, John Scott, 1st earl of, and 

Catholic Emancipation Bill, 5. 

161. 
Eldorado, S. C. (1805), 2. 24. 
Eldredge, Capt. Joseph, and early 

chart of Boston Harbor, 8. 228; 

in Phips's Quebec expedition, 15. 

299, 302, 307, 309. 



ELECTION SERMONS-ELIOT 



135 



Election sermons, printed in Mass. 
(1663-1700), 9. 418, 422, 427, 429, 
432-434, 438, 448, 463, 466, 487, 
496, 500, 505, 514, 524, 533; 
Plymouth (1669, '74), 425, 434; 
Conn. (1674-97), 435, 512, 17. 30; 
Ancient and Honor. Artillery 
(1672-1700), 9. 436, 443, 474, 515, 
517, 521; Higginson's (1663), 16. 
511; Langdon's (1775), 18. 205, 
208-210. 

Elections, presidential (1840), 3. 323, 
15. 278-280; (1860), 3. 328; 
(1832), 5. 466-468; Harrison's 
nomination (1836), 470; Mass. 
provincial warrant, 7. 161; presi- 
dential in N. Eng. (1804), 8. 58-59; 
hist, value of presidential (1848- 
1900), 11. 111-118, 13. 434, 14. 
260-263; Choate's support of Bu- 
chanan (1856), 11. 146-148; presi- 
dential (1876), 348-351; Free-Soil 
campaign (1848), 13. 201; right 
to choose electors (1788), 15. 123; 
Adams as candidate (1792), 140; 
presidential (1796) comments of 
Va. Republican, 153, 156-160; Abr. 
Bishop's oration (1800), 19. 193- 
195; Mass. State (1806), 20. 12- 
19; Pa. campaign (1800), 271- 
272; presidential campaign (1808), 
311; (1812), 353. See also Folitics, 
and parties by name. 

Electricity, Priestley on, 3. 13-14, 35 ; 
and nationalism, 17. 114. 

Elegies. See Poetry. 

Eleuthera Islands, origin of name, 13. 
13. See also Bahamas. 

Elinat (?), Anna [Mrs. Hawkins], 6. 
53. 

Eliot. See also Elliot, Elliott, Ellott. 

Eliot, Rev. Andrew [1], 2. 51 ; and 
aid for N. S. churches (1769), 4. 
67-73; letters, 10. 12; in Boston 
society, 32; Boston sermon after 
evacuation, 98; death, 105; Edin- 
burgh D.D., 17. 264; and Saml. 
Langdon, 18. 202-203, 213. 

Eliot, Andrew [2], record of marriage 
of Hancock, 6. 395-397; memoir, 
7. 122; and Saml. Langdon, 18. 
213. 

Eliot, Benjamin, Boston printer and 
bookseller (1699-1728), 9. 517, 
523, 10. 545, 12. 413, 17. 15, 26, 
27, 53. 

Eliot, jCatherine (Atkins), 16. 419 n. 

Eliot, Charles William, list of publi- 
cations (1888-1905), 4. 348, 11. 
317; 12. 175, 13. 66, 17. 213, 18. 



269, 19. 205; at centenary of 
Washington's inauguration, 4. 371; 
on O. W. Holmes, 9. 166-168; 
appeal for funds after Boston fire 
(1872), 310; on Martin Brimmer, 
10. 451-454; remarks, 11. 238; 
on com. on return of Bradford 
MS., 314; on Justin Winsor, 12. 
32-35; on Henry Lee, 356-359; 
on C. F. Dunbar, 13. 428-443; on 
Victoria and Civil War, 18. 125- 
127; ports., 19. 273, 20. 228; Theo. 
Lyman and election to Harvard 
presidency, 165; at Franklin bi- 
centenary, 246. 

Eliot, Elizabeth (Langdon), 18. 193. 

Eliot, Emily M. (Otis), 14. 108. 

EUot, Frances A. [Mrs. Foote], 8. 
243. 

Eliot, Rev. John [Apostle to the 
Indians], on medical instruction, 1. 
46; description of N. Eng. (1650), 
2. 44-51; minister at Roxbury, 
46; Whall's port. 261; charges 
against Anne Hutchinson, 4. 163, 
166, 171, 180, 183, 188; version of 
Psalms, 5. 244; Rogers's model of 
statue, 6. 64; burial place, 65; 
not author of Day-Breaking, 347, 
393-394; record of church disci- 
pline, 495; etching, 8. 197; pro- 
test against "students' long hair 
(1673), 9. 99; New Testament in 
Indian (1661), 416; (1680), 451; 
Old Testament in Indian (1663), 
419; (1685), 468; Psalms in 
Indian (1663), 420; (1680), 451; 
Rules for Holy Living in Indian 
(1663), 420; Harmony of the Gos- 
pels, 44:4: ; Indian Primer, 462; 
Baxter's Call in Indian, 475; 
Mather's Life, 491; Late and 
Further Manifestations, extant 
copies, price, 10. 338 ; extant copies 
and price of Indian works, 339- 
344, 352-355, 12. 419; Danforth's 
poem on, 10. 358; Indian Grammar 
begun, 12. 385; Indian transl. of 
Bayly's Practice of Piety, 389; 
Christian Covenanting Confession 
in Indian, 411 ; preaches for Mather 
(1675), 13. 348; and answer to 
General Court (1676), 369; notes 
from his parish record book, 18. 
341-346; and John Foster, 19. 52, 
58. See also ''EUot Tracts." 

Eliot, John, and tercentenary of dis- 
covery of Am., 5. 284; circular 
letter on M.H.S. (1813), 6. 212; 
on authorship of Massachusetten- 



136 



ELIOT-ELLIOTT 



sis-Novanglus papers, 253; and 
origin of M.H.S.y 277; memoir of 
Belknap, 7. 121; of Andrew Eliot, 
122; memoir, 122; memoir of 
Thos. Pemberton, 124; of Peter 
Thacher, 125; on carelessness of 
bookbinders, 8. 332-333, 14. 172- 
173; Librarian M.H.S., 8. 343; 
Hazlitt on, 17. 335; on Saml. 
Langdon, 18. 196, 198-199, 223- 
227, 232. 

Eliot, John, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 151. 

Eliot, John F., gift to M.H.S., 4. 67. 

Eliot, Rev. Joseph, as author of Copy 
of an Excellent Letter, 18. 467- 
471. 

Eliot, Margaret (Bradford), 14. 105. 

Eliot, Rev. Richard R., at Harvard 
Commencement (1816), 6. 182. 

Eliot, Samuel [d. 1820], spread at 
son's graduation (1815), 5. 181; 
debate on Com. of Corresp. (1774), 
10. 86. 

Eliot, Samuel, on C. C. Perkins, 
3. 59-61; Memoir of C. C. Per- 
kins, 223-246; gift to M. H. S., 
294; Commencement part (1839), 
6. 27; and Master's oration (1842), 
236; Address on Washington, 439; 
reprinted M.H.S.^ paper, 6. 229; 
on Francis Parkman, 8. 365; Me- 
moir OF Martin Brimmer, 10. 
586-595; M.H.S. tributes to, 12. 
312-317; in M.H.S., 312 n., 314, 
316, 14. 125; relig. interests, 12. 
312, 14. 123-125; History of 
Liberty, 12. 313, 315, 14. 105-107; 
educational interests, 12. 313, 316; 
addresses, 313; trusts, 314, 316; 
education, 315, 14. 105; Port., 
front. ; Memoir by H. W. Haynes, 
105-126; birth, 105; ancestry, 
105; in Europe, 105, 122; school 
history, 107; as hist, writer, 107; 
philanthropic work, 107, 124; mar- 
riage, 108; professorship and pres- 
idency at Trinity, 108; honorary 
degrees, 108, 110; and social 
science w^ork, 109; and woman 
rights, 109; and public libraries, 
109; Lowell Lectures, 110; and 
Harvard, 110; as head of Girls' 
High School, 110-111; as supt. 
of schools, reports, 111-121; lit- 
erary text books, 121-122; on 
school com., 122; death, 125; 
character, 125-126; as speaker, 
126; Henry Lee's characteriza- 
tion, 19. 252. 



Eliot, Samuel A., and Boston chari- 
ties, 2. 209. 

Eliot, William Greenleaf, death, 3. 
279. 

Eliot, William H., Commencement 
part and spread (1815), 5. 180, 
181; biog. notes, 180 w., 14. 105. 

*' Eliot Tracts," extant, copies, price, 
reprints, 10. 335-339. 

Elizabeth of Austria, assassination, 
15. 184, 185. 

Elizabeth of England, exercise of 
veto, 5. 161 ; Froudje and Gardiner 
on, 16. 9. 

Elizabeth, N. J., Brit, raid (1779), 

3. 126; name as Toyal memorial, 

4. 248. 

Elizabeth and Mary, in Phips's Que- 
bec expedition, 15. 306. 
Elizabeth City, Va., name as royal 

memorial, 4. 250, 251. 
Elizabeth Islands, Brit, at (1779), 3. 

85-86; in 1801, 4. 127; name as 

royal memorial, 242. 
Elizabethtown, Md., name as royal 

memorial, 4. 250. 
EUzabethtown, N. J., inn (1804), 2. 

33. 
Elkes, Mrs. Margaret, exile in Am- 
sterdam (1613), 6. 52. 
Elkes, Timothy, exile in Amsterdam 

(1613), 6. 52. 
Ellery, Almy [Mrs. Stedman], 16. 

409, 457, 457 n., 459. 
Ellery, Benjamin, of Newport, 7. 

345, 16. 432. 
Ellery, Elizabeth [Mrs. Dana], 6. 262. 
Ellery, John, subscribes to Merchants' 

Notes (1733), 17. 208. 
Ellery, Lucy [Mrs. Channing], 16. 

432 n. 
Ellery, Relief [Mrs. Vincent], and 

burning of Charlestown, 20. 534. 
Ellery, William [1], presents to Ezra 

Stiles, 7. 345. 
Ellery, William [2], Signer, 1. 281; 

biog. note, 16. 457 n. ; mentioned 

in J.^Q. Adams's diary, 457, 459. 
Ellery,' Mrs. William, gifts to Ezra 

Stiles, 7. 345. 
Ellery House, Gloucester, 14. 294. 
Ellicott, Andrew, and West Point, 20. 

377. 
Elliot. See also EUot. 
Elliot, Robert, in N. H. Council, 8. 

93; justice of peace (1686), 13. 

231; on trade com., 249. 
Elliot, Col. Robert, regt. at Providence 

(1778), 6. 117. 
EUiott. See also Eliot. 



ELLIOTT-ELLIS 



137 



Elliott, Arthur, on Eng. parish, 7. 
253. 

Elliott, Com. Jesse D., and coast de- 
fence, 15. 461. 

ElUott, V. H., oh an Eng. Bunker's 
Hill, 12. 423. 

Ellis, Arthur Blake, Am. patriot- 
ism ON THE SEA, 1. 15-28; on com. 
to pub. Sewall's Letter-Book, 180, 4. 
343; on Sharpless ports., 3. 136; 
presents ports., 4. 110; reprinted 
M.H.S. paper, 6. 230; communi- 
cates letter on Lundy's Lane, 257; 
presents copy of old church cove- 
nant, 8. 271 ; on signatures to early 
church covenants, 348; junior 
member M.H.S., 9. 94; Memoir 
OF G. S. Hale, 12. 483-500; trans- 
ferred to corresp. membership, 16. 
xviii, 17. 1; removal from State, 

16. 477. 

Ellis, Christopher, Pilgrim at Ley den, 

17. 177. 

EUis, Daniel, at Am. camp (1775), 
9. 83, 91. 

Elhs, David, career, 10. 208. 

Ellis, Edward, Boston estate, 1. 320. 

EUis, EHzabeth A. (Byles), gifts to 
M.H.S., 8. 80. 

EUis, EHzabeth B. (Eager), 10. 246; 
death, 246. 

Ellis, George Edward [Communica- 
tions follow], presents certificate of 
membership in Cincinnati, 1. 76; 
elected Vice-Pres. M.H.S. (1884), 
180; presides, 181, 252, 335, 360, 
374, 2. 87, 101, 136, 154, 168, 208, 
225, 258, 435, 3. 1, 11, 56, 101, 144, 
178, 215, 253, 275, 313, 319, 340, 
4. 1, 37, 55, 66, 77, 91, 120, 143, 
158, 199, 213, 236, 268, 308, 336, 
367, 376, 5. 1, 102, 116, 142, 166, 
281, 347, 430, 6. 1, 39, 66, 165, 176, 
203, 268, 285, 351, 391, 421, 469, 7. 
1, 11, 118, 144, 296, 331, 348, 384, 
438, 8. 1, 21, 52, 57, 80, 116, 168, 
202, 252, 275, 303, 349, 370, 486, 
503, 9. 1, 40, 96, 159, 180, 211; 
absent from chair, 2. 118, 8. 396; 
remarks, 1. 192, 2. 225, 4. 66, 6. 21, 
65, 251, 7. 125, 317, 8. 58, 59, 264, 
395, 519, 9. 95, 158, 196; presents 
astronomical books, 1. 362; on 
com. on Parkman MSS., 362, 2. 
225-228 ; presents gifts from others, 
1. 254, 6. 165, 166, 421, 7. 384, 8. 
58, 118; elected Pres. M.H.S. 
(1885-94), 2. 79, 404, 3. 297, 4. 
119, 366, 5. 456, 6. 419, 7. 383, 8. 
201, 9. 39; presents sermon by 



Byles, 2. 261; entertains M.H.S., 
404, 3. 298, 4. 119, 366, 5. 457, 6. 
420,7.383,8.201,9.39; in M.H.S. 
group pictures (1869), 3. vii; 
(1858), 6. 78; (1854), 9. 269; on 
Gregory XVI. and IJrsuline Con- 
vent riot, 3. 218, 10. 230-232; list 
of publications (1887, '89), 3. 280, 
4. 348; communicates invitation 
from Me. Hist. Soc, 3. 319; from 
N. H. Hist. Soc, 4. 155; from 
Southampton, 6. 1; presents com- 
munications of others, 3. 319, 6. 
184, 196, 7. 348, 8. 170; Puritan 
Age in Mass., 4. 91 ; presents copies 
to M.H.S. members, 92; commu- 
nicates circular on centenary of 
Washington's inauguration, 158; as 
member and Pres. M.H.S., 342, 

9. 245-246, 253, 256, 264, 10. 207; 
Lowell Lectures; 6. 208; reprinted 
M.H.S. paper, 230; research for 
Bancroft, 296-298; fifty years of 
membership, 8. 399; M.H.S. resolu- 
tion of regard, 400 ; junior member 
M.H.S., 9. 94; M.H.S. tributes to, 
244-267, 10. 119; intellectual make- 
up, 9. 246, 251, 10. 249; ministry 
and abandonment of it, 9. 247-250, 
253-254, 257, 261, 264-266, 10. 238, 
244; and Divinity School, 9. 247, 
264, 10. 212, 213, 240, 19. 363; 
^'Indian summer" of literary and 
hist, work, 9. 250-251, 267; anti- 
quary, 251, 253, 254; peaceful last 
years and death, 251-252, 255, 10. 
254; lack of artistic sense, 9. 253, 

10. 229; love of books, 9. 254; 
industry, 254 ; in Am. Antiquarian 
Soc, 257; knowledge of N. Eng. 
history, 256, 257, 262; anecdotes, 
258; as preacher and pastor, 259, 
262, 10. 246; as professor of the- 
ology, 9. 259, 10. 241-243; sermons 
and addresses, 9. 260, 263, 10. 239, 
250; as ed. of Christian Examiner, 
9. 260-261, 10. 239; pub. works, 

9. 261, 10. 250; honors, 9. 263, 

10. 243; andTheo. Parker, 9. 263, 
10. 212; PORT, and autog., front.; 
bequest to M.H.S., 1-6, 148-159, 
295-296; Memoir by O. B. Froth- 
ingham, 207-255; birth, 208; an- 
cestry, 208-209; education, 209- 
210; at Harvard, 210-212; travel 
in Europe, extracts from journal in 
Great Britain, 213-221, 236-237; 
in Holland, 221-222; in Belgium, 
222-223; in Germany, 223-226 ; in 
Switzerland, 226-227; in Italy, 227- 



138 



ELLIS 



234; in Paris, 234-236; on Rubens's 
*' Descent," 222; on Catholicism, 
223; on Continental Sunday, 225; 
and Harvard, 240; and establish- 
ment of Free Ministry, 243; relig. 
belief, 245 ; marriages, 246 ; Boston 
homes, 247; character of life, 247; 
of reading, 247; style, 248; as a 
writer, 248; character, 248-249, 
251-255; gift to St. Botolph Club, 
252; and Abolitionists, 253; and 
Civil War, 253; health, 254; Vin- 
ton's oil port., 292; and proposed 
increase in M.H.S. membership 
(1877), 319, 320; and depositions 
of survivors of Bunker Hill, 480; 
library, 569; silverware sold, 14. 
143; letter from Dr. Holmes (1881) 
on medical cases, 18. 346; at bi- 
centenary of N. Eng. Confed., 19. 
361. See also Ellis Fund, Ellis 
House. 

Communications: on Eliza S. 
Quincy and her bequest, 1. 36-41; 
on John Harvard and his ante- 
cedents, 42, 183-186, 2. 119; on 
Ellis Ames, 1. 253; on Parkman's 
Montcalm and Wolfe, 253;' on a 
Washington plate, 254-255; on 
Trumbull Papers, 359; diary of 
Jon. Mason, 2. 5-34; Memoir 
OF Natl. Thayer, 51-63; inau- 
gural remarks, tribute to R. C. 
Winthrop as Pres. M.H.S., 82-84; 
on time of passage of Declaratory 
Act, 87; on Emmanuel College 
tercentenary, 120-121; on J. M. 
Robbins, 136; on Dedham, Eng., 
137-139; on Dexter's Yale Gradu- 
ates and Annals, 139; on J. L. 
Sibley, 154; on painting of landing 
of British (1768), 156; on F. E. 
Parker, 208; on Hutchinson and 
town of Milton, 219; on Parkman 
MSS., 225-228; on Am. Hist. 
Assoc, 435-436; on J. R. Bartlett, 
3. 1; on SewalVs Letter Book, 1; 
on Winthrop 's Speeches, 2 ; on Syl- 
vester Gardiner, 2-3; on Hutchin- 
son's Diary, 40 ; on S. K. Lothrop, 
A. A. Lawrence, C. C. Perkins, 57; 
on M.H.S. and 250th anniversary 
of Harvard, 101; on C. F. 
Adams [1], 144-146; on Gregory 
XVI. and Ursuline Convent riot, 
218; questions retroaction of relig. 
qualification in Mass. franchise, 
221; on early hist, of Roger Wil- 
liams, 253; on consolidated index 
of Proceedings, 275; on proposed 



Attucks Memorial, 313-314, 317 ; on 
proposal for folk-lore society, 320; 
letter on Yale (1808), 4. 55; on 
commemoration by N. Eng. Hist.- 
Gen. Soc, 66; on Gardiner Papers, 
77; on Henry Morris, 143; on 
J. F. Clarke, 143-144; on Wm_. 
Amory, 213; loyalist letter and 
milit. list, 236; on pub. of Province 
Laws, 307; on H. A. Whitney, 309 ; 
on Wm. Gammell, W. C. Rives, 
336 ; on centenary of Washington's 
inauguration, 367-370; on P. W. 
Chandler, H. W. Foote, 377-379; 
on Chas. Deane, 5. 102, 116-121; 
on completion of Winsor's America, 
154-155; on birthday of M.H.S., 
281-283, 347; on approaching 
Columbus quater-centenary, 283- 
285; on posthumous vol. of Pal- 
frey's New England, 430-431; on 
burial place of John Eliot, 6. 65 ; on 
word '^vacation," 66; on Moore's 
vindication of John Dickinson, 67- 
71; on papers of Levi Lincoln, 
166-169; on H. M. Dexter, 176- 
184; address at M.H.S. centenary, 
268-270; on Chas. Devens, 269, 
285-286; on Geo. Bancroft, 270, 
294-300; on S. C. Cobb, 351; on 
Edmond de Pressense, T. B. 
Akins, A. T. Perkins, 421; on re- 
turn of Justin Winsor, 7. 1; on 
J. R. Lowell, 1-3; on Hutchin- 
son's materials for last vol., 19; 
on Goss's Paul Revere, 118; on 
J. G. Shea, 331; on G. W. Cullum, 
331; on death of E. A. Freeman, 
348; on death of G. H. Moore, 384; 
on Parkman's history, 438-441 ; on 
treatment of Indians, 8. 44-47; on 
Las Casas and Columbus, 49; on 
F. E. Oliver, 57; on Phillips 
Brooks, 80-81; on R. C. Water- 
ston, Henry Wheatland, 116-118; 
on A. P. Peabody, 170; on Belcher 
Papers, 252 ; on Abbott Lawrence, 
E. L. Bynner, 275-276 ; on Adams's 
Jared Sparks, 276-279 ; on Francis 
Parkman, 303-304, 349-350; on 
H. W. Torrey, 400-402; on Edw. 
Bangs, W. F. Poole, 503 ; on L. R. 
Paige's 92d birthday, 504; on E. J. 
Lowell, 9. 96; on A. C. Hervey, 97; 
on Pierce's sketch of Kirkland, 143; 
on O. W. Holmes, 158-160; on 
J. A. Froude, 180; on R. C. Win- 
throp, 211-216. 
Ellis, John, Pilgrim at Ley den, 17. 
177. 



ELLIS-EMERSON 



139 



Ellis, John, at Fort Dummer (1724), 
6. 366. 

Ellis, Rev. John, of Conn., sermons 
as chaplain (1775), 9. 43, 46, bd, 58, 
61, 63, 66, 72, 73, 79. 

EUis, John Harvard [H. C. 1862], 
death, 10. 247. 

Ellis, John Harvard [b. 1880], articles 
delivered to, 10. 6. 

EUis, Lucretia, G. (Gould), 10. 246; 
death, 246. 

Ellis, Peter, at siege of Boston, 9. 72. 

Ellis, Powhatan, career, 13. 314. 

ElUs, Richard, immigrant, probable 
baptismal record (1600), 2. 138. 

Ellis, Sir Richard [d. 1742], disposal 
of library, 9. 383, 391, 393. 

Ellis, Robert, of Dedham, Eng, 
(1600), 2. 138. 

EUis, Robert, of Albany (1800), 
papers on identity, 18. 260-263. 

Ellis, Rev. Rufus, death, 2. 137; 
visit to Dedham, Eng., 137-139; 
ancestry, 137, 138; Everett's Me- 
morial Address, 150, 391; Com- 
mencement part (1838), 5. 224; 
biog. note, 224 n. ; Master's oration 
(1841), 233; letter to (1856) on 
antislavery preaching, 8. 405. 

Ellis, Samuel, of Conn., at Am. 
camp (1775), 9. 48, 50, 71, 72, 83. 

Ellis, Sarah (Rogers), character, 10. 
209. 

Ellis, Theda (Lewis), 10. 208. 

Ellis family, and Dedham, Eng., 2. 
137, 138. 

Ellis Fund, origin, 10. 2-3; proposed 
use, 157, 159; paid, 404, 556; 
history, 560, 11. 323, 12. 179, 13. 
73, 14. 133, 15. 33, 16. 134, 17. 218, 
18. 275, 19. 209, 20. 213; income 
account (1896), 10. 566; (1897), 11. 
327; (1898), 12. 183; (1899), 13. 
74; (1900), 14. 137; (1901), 15. 
38; (1902), 16. 139; (1903), 17. 
224; (1904), 18. 281; (1905), 19. 
217; (1906), 20. 221. 

Ellis House, bequeathed to M.H.S., 
10.2-3, 130; accepted,. 3-6; im- 
practical as club house, 155; sale 
determined upon, 155, 157, 158; 
articles transferred to Cabinet from, 
292; contents disposed of, 296; 
sold, 296, 556, 561. 

Elliston. See also Ellistone. 

Elliston, Edward, prize case (1748), 
5.90. 

Elliston, John, grant of Bahamas 
(1650), 13. 5, career, 31-32. 

Elliston, Oliver, manor (1645), 13, 31. 



Ellistone, George, Boston merchant 
(1684), 9. 459. 

Ellott, Oliver, recruit (1760), 6. 429. 

Ellsworth, Capt. Charles, at siege^ of 
Boston, 9. 48, 67, 75, 82, 85, 90. 

Ellsworth, Oliver, hears Priestley 
preach, 3. 40. 

Elmer. See also Ulmer, Ulmore. 

Elmer, Ebenezer, journal of Sullivan's 
expedition, 2. 437. 

Elmore, Franklin H., and Graves- 
Cilley duel, 12. 292. 

Elphinstone, Mountstuart, at Edin- 
burgh (1830), 19. 471. 

Elsoe, Capt Sanluel, in Phips's 
Quebec expedition. 15. 306. 

Elton, Romeo, at Harvard Commence- 
ment (1814), 5. 234. 

Elton, Mrs. Romeo, presents Gardiner 
Papers, 3. 2, 4. 77; thanks to, 
3.3. 

Elwyn, Alfred Langdon-, M.H.S. 
tribute to, 1. 145-147; letters 
owned by, 16. 285. 

Elwyn, John, career, 14. 376-382; 
early years, 376; pedestrianism, 
376; as philologist, 377; and local 
hist., 378; style, 378; as church- 
man, 379; social life, 379-380; 
patience in pain, 380-381; will, 
381-382. 

Ely, Lieut. Christopher, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 75. 

Ely, Capt. John, at siege of Boston, 
9. 47, 75, 80. 

Ely, Samuel, and Quabaug (1686), 
13: 275. 

Emancipation, first by legal process 
in Mass., 1. 3, 41; Sears's plan, 2. 
417; timeliness of Proclamation, 
3. 333; Mass. manumission doc. 
(1776), 8. 499-500; Lincoln and, 
11. 239 ; effect of Proclamation, 13. 
433; J. Q. Adams and, 15. 437- 
478 [see Adams]; as w^eapon 
against foreign interference (1861), 
18. 134; Taney on, 19. 408; Proc- 
lamation Concert in Boston, 20. 
247-253. See also Slavery. 

Embargo, effect on Spain, 5. 21; 
Jefferson on (1810), 12. 268; Anna 
C. Lowell on, 18. 305; Abr. Bishop's 
defence, 19. 198; violation at 
Philadelphia, 20. 310. See also 
Neutral trade. 

Emerson, Charles C, Commence- 
ment part (1828), 5. 198; biog. 
note, 198 n. 

Emerson, Rev. Daniel, sermons at 
Groton (1776, '78), 12. 91, 92. 



140 



EMERSON-EMMONS 



Emerson, Edward B., Commence- 
ment part (1824) and biog. note, 
6. 192, 192 w. ; Master's oration 
(1827), 196. 

Emerson, George Barrel!, teaches at 
academy, 2. 53; at a class dinner, 
91; in M.H.S. group picture (1869), 
3. vii; Lowell Lecture, 6. 208. 

Emerson, George S., Commencement 
part (1845), 6. 247; biog. note, 
247 n, 

Emerson, Rev. John, schoolmaster 
(1692), 7. 160; in Phips's Quebec 
expedition, 15. 299. 

Emerson, Rev. John, at Harvard 
Commencement (1818), 5. 185. 

Emerson, Rev. Joseph (or John), 
preaches for Mather (1676), 13. 
366. 

Emerson, Joseph, book owned by, 9. 
421. . 

Emerson, Rev. Joseph, sermons in 
Am. army (1775), 12. 79. 

Emerson, Lucy B. [Mrs. Lowell], 14. 
180. 

Emerson, Parker, Jr., works on 
Boston defences (1814), 14. 151. 

Emerson, Phebe (Bliss) [Mrs. Ripley], 
19. 387. 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, money gift 
to M.H.S., 1. 175; Freshman song, 
379; biogs., 2. 68, 107, 4. 106, 17. 
166; Memoir by J. F. Clarke, 2. 
107-117; PORT, and autog., 107; 
birth, 107; father, 107; at college, 
108; preacher, 108; lecturer, 108; 
relig. attitude and teachings, 108, 
116; intuitionist, 108; lack of 
logical argument disarms opposi- 
tion, 108, 111-112; compared with 
Carlyle, 109; originality, 109; in- 
fluence upon spiritual thought, 1 10- 
111; growth of influence, 112; first 
book, 113; doctrine of self-reliance, 
113-114; of God reliance, 114-115; 
on God and Nature, 115-116; and 
Christianity, 116; appropriate texts 
for tomb, 116-117; death, 117; 
— and facts, 426; as tutor, 3. 162, 
14. 201; and alleged Sharpless 
ports., 3. 183; poems in Western 
Messenger, 4. 324 n.; in M.H.S., 6. 
273; reprinted M.H.S. paper, 349; 
0BK poem (1834), 9. 125; biog. 
note, 125 n.; oration (1837), 127; 
and compensated emancipation, 
10. 515; Lowell on, 11. 79; letter 
to B. M. Watson (1859) on secret 
of genius, 12. 256; on slavery, 14. 
12 ; Letters, 129 ; invention of hist. 



personages, 146; on helping to 
erect fortifications (1814), 149; 
clerical ancestry, 17. 85; hymns, 
138; and nationality, 147; and 
J. E. Cabot, 164-166, 20. 531; 
poem at Emancipation Concert, 
250. 

Emerson, Rev. William [1], sermon at 
Groton (1776), 12. 89. 

Emerson, William [2], as preacher 
and writer, 2. 107; port., 4. 110; 
reprinted M.H.S. paper, 6. 230; 
memoir, 7. 122 ; and J. T. Kirkland, 
9. 148; character, 148 w.; exhibi- 
tion part (1787), 16. 313; biog. 
note, 313 n. 

Emerson, William [3], Commence- 
ment part (1818) and biog. note, 
5. 184 n. 

Emerton, Ephraim, elected a mem- 
ber M.H.S., 17. 163; remarks, 18. 
60. 

Emery. See also Emory. 

Emery, Hannah T. [Mrs. Abbot], 
biog. note, 16. 330 n. ; J. Q. Adams 
on, 330; mentioned in Adams's 
diary, 368, 370, 385, 425, 426, 447. 

Emery, John, Newbury innkeeper 
(1663), 19. 291, 294. 

Emery, John, in Am. army (1775), 
12. 106. 

Emery, Margaret (Gookin), men- 
tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary (1787- 
88), 16. 362, 368, 370, 385, 390, 
415, 424, 426, 247; biog. note, 
368 n. ; death, 447, 448. 

Emery, Robert, biog. note, 16. 447 n. 

Emery, Major (?) Stephen, in cam- 
paign of 1760, 5. 377. 

Emes. See also Ames, Eames, Emmes. 

Ernes, Captain, privateersman (1692), 

7. 163; merchantman, 164, 165. 
Emigrant Aid Society, 3. 327. 
Emmanuel College, memorial of John 

Harvard, 1. 42 ; and John Harvard, 
184, 185; tercentenary, 2. 68, 120- 
121; relationship of founder and 
Winthrop family, 120; probable 
place of Cambridge Agreement, 121 ; 
errors in memorial vol., 121. 

Emmes. See also Ames, Eames, Emes. 

Emmes, Benjamin, and Phips's ex- 
pedition, 13. 335, 15. 313. 

Emmes, Nathanael, and Old South 
Meeting-house, 8. 269-270. 

Emmes, Thomas, engraving of In- 
crease Mather, 6. 442, 8. 148-149. 

Emmons, variation of name, 8. 270. 

Emmons, Benjamin, baptism (1693), 

8. 270. 



EMMONS-ENGLISH 



141 



Emmons, Elizabeth, baptism (1693), 

8. 270. 
Emmons, Hannah, baptism (1702), 

8. 270. 
Emmons, Hannah, baptism (1729), 

8. 270. 
Emmons, Jacob, baptism (1705), 8. 

270. 
Emmons, Martha, baptism (1697), 

8. 270. 
Emmons, Mary, baptism (1695), 8. 

270. 
Emmons, Mary, baptism (1700), 8. 

270. 
Emmons, Nathanael, baptism (1703), 

8. 270. 
Emmons, Samuel, baptism (1690), 

8. 270. 
Emmons, Samuel, baptism (1700), 

8. 270. 
Emmons, Samuel, Jr., purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 176. 
Emmons, Thomas, subscription to 

Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342. 
Emory. See also Emery. 
Emory, , innkeeper at Simsbury 

(1777), 6. 90. 
"Endecott's Lawes," 4. 411. 
Endicott, Mrs,f of Boston, death 

(1676), 13. 371. 
Endicott, Ellen (Peabody), 15. 533. 
Endicott, James, non-consumption 

agreement (1786), 8. 497. 
Endicott, Gov. John, and Ann Hib- 

bens, 1. 186; sent over to N. Eng., 

239 ; ITaven-Savage controversy, 
. 398; lives at Salem, 2. 47 ; Stephen 

Salisbury on, 98-99; laws, 4. 411; 

power as Gov. in Mass. Bay (1629), 

6. 324-328, 8. Ill; deed to Quina- 

baug lands (1659), 6. 289; govt, in 

Salem, 7. 199, 232; character, 8. 

409 ; and Wenham-Chelmsf ord 

matter (1655), 12. 323. 
Endicott, Lewis, sea captain, 7. 321. 
Endicott, Mary (Crowninshield), 15. 

524. 
Endicott, Samuel, 15. 524. 
Endicott, William, elected a member 

M.H.S., 20. 84. 
Endicott, William Crowninshield, 

on Chas. Deane, 5. 138; M.H.S. 

tribute to, 14. 164-167; death, 

164, 15. 524; ancestry, 14. 164, 15. 

524-526; birth, 14. 165, 15. 524; 

lawyer, 14. 165, 15. 527, 531; as 

State judge, 14. 165, 15. 527-530, 

533, in M.H.S., 14. 165; as Sec. of 

War, 166, 15. 530-531; character, 

14. 166, 15. 533-534; and return of 



battle flags, 14. 166; and memoir 
of B. F. Thomas, 296; port, and 
AUTOG., 15. front.; Memoir by his 
son, 523-537; prenomen changed, 
524; education, 526; studies law, 
527; in politics, candidacies, 527, 
530, 533 ; and Peabody trusts, 532; 
and Harvard, 532; honorary de- 
gree, 532; marriage and children, 
533; summary of career, 534-537. 

Endicott, William C. [2], memoir of 
his father, 15. 524-537. 

Endicott, William P., 15. 524. 

Enfield, Mass., encroachment of 
Windsor (1686), 13. 254. 

England, , London brewer (1693), 

2. 174. 

England ( ? EngUsh) , Thomas, Pilgrim 
at Leyden, 17. 181. 

England. — See also analyzed refer- 
ences under Church of England, 
Colonies, English, Great Britain, 
and rulers and wars by name — 
Conditions (1655), 3. 193; (1649), 
257; (1641), 10. 306; (1637), 14. 
373; Dutch wars (1664), 4. 279, 281; 
(1647), 11. 6; plague and famine 
(1666), 4. 281; peace with Dutch 
(1674), 282; Roman origin of insti- 
tutions, 5. 278 ; former moral coarse- 
ness, 6. 514-516; fairs (1783), 10. 
424; tardiness of claim to Am., 11. 
161-163; age of polit. leaders (c. 
1650), 228; impressions (1900), 14. 
305-317; class distinctions, 305- 
307 ; danger of generalizing on cus- 
toms, 307; and relief of Mafeking, 
308-310 ; tyranny of public opinion, 
310-312; exposure of maladminis- 
tration, 312-314; growth of Cham- 
berlain's influence, 314; fascination 
of polit. life, 315 ; relative industrial 
decUne, 316 ; party attitude tow5,rds 
U. S., 316; labor conditions, 317; 
tribute to McKinley, 15. 188, 229; 
of change in attitude towards U. S., 
189-193, 227; Book of Sports, 19. 
86-95. 

English, , ill in campaign of 1760, 

5. 379. 

English, George B., Everett con- 
troversy, 18. 97. 

English, Philip, witchcraft petition, 
1. 96, 110. 

English, Thomas, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 181. 

English, character of Puritans, 3. 156- 
159; Scandinavian origin, 5. 335; 
hist, importance, 13. 94; character, 
15. 180. See also England. 



142 



ENGLISH CHANNEL-ERVING 



English Channel, Keppel's battle 
(1778), 3. 120; Sumner on, 15. 211. 

Engraving, work of Paul Revere, 3. 
428 n., 5. 155,8. 227, 10. 570,18. 83- 
85; Habermann's views, 8. 497- 
499, 9. 169; Bennett's views of 
Boston (1833), 15. 162; work of 
John Norman, 18. 329, 394-396; 
of Edw. Savage, 19. 1-19; exhibit 
of early Am. work, 51; work of 
John Foster, 51-55; early town 
views, 296. 

Engs, Madett, Boston estate, 1. 321. 

Enos, Major Roger, abandons 
Arnold's Quebec expedition, 2. 
269, 281-282; command, 275; at 
siege of Boston, 7. 404. 

Enslin, Lieutenant, drummed out 
(1778), 6. 106. 

Envelopes, patriotic, of Civil War 
time, 4. 109, 9. 28, 10. 292. 

Epes, Mary [Mrs. Sargent], 3. 309. 

Ephialtes, attack on Areopagus, 6. 
387. 

Ephraim, Ward, and Shays's Rebel- 
lion, 1. 301. 

Epigrams, SewalPs, 3. 380-381. 

Episcopal Church, Bartlet's List of 
Deacons, 2. 433; post-Rev. condi- 
tions in Cambridge, Mass., 3. 301- 
302; attitude (1786), 17. 343, 356. 
See also Church of England, 
Religion. 

Episcopal Theological School, services 
of A. A. Lawrence, 12. 135. 

Epitaphs, collection of Bridgewater, 
Mass., 4. 198; of Saratoga Co., 
N. Y., 376. 

Eppes. See also Epes, Epps. 

Eppes, John W., letter from Jefiferson 
(1804), 12. 269. 

Epps, Reverend, preaches for Mather 
(1675-76), 13. 341, 344, 346, 347, 
349, 352, 355, 357, 359, 360, 362. 

Epps, Daniel, justice of peace (1686), 
13. 229. 

Epps, Martha (Reade), 5. 264. 

Epulce ThyesteoB, reference to Hugh 
Peter, 8. 122. 

Equality before the law, Mass. and, 7. 
448, 13. 93; and Dutch history, 97. 

Equivalent Lands, 6. 361, 362 n. 

Erasmus, Desiderius, obscurity, 11. 
255; and Reformation, 255; and 
Melanchthon, 258, 260. 

Erastus B. Bigelow Fund, history, 1. 
174, 2. 73, 397, 3. 285; 293, 4. Ill, 
352, 5. 441, 6. 407, 7. 375, 8. 187, 9. 
29, 10. 126, 558, 11. 321, 12. 177, 13. 
68, 14. 131, 15. 31, 16. 131, 17. 



216, 18. 272, 19. 207, 20. 210; 

income account (1884), 1. 176; 

(1885), 2. 75; (1886), 399; (1887), 

3. 287; (1894), 9. 35; (1895), 10. 

135; (1896), 566: (1897), 11. 328; 

(1898), 12. 185; (1899), 13. 75; 

(1900), 14. 138; (1901), 15. 39; 

(1902), 16. 140; (1903), 17. 224; 

1904), 18. 281; (1905), 19. 217; 

(1906), 20. 221; use, 20. 227. 
Eric the Red's saga, 7. 351. 
Erie, Fort, Am. army at (1814), 6. 

258. 
Ernest, Matthew, in Mich., 20. 287. 
Erskine, , of Edinburgh (1830), 

19. 471. 

Erskine, David M., Wm. Duane on, 

20. 323. 

Erskine, David S. See Buchan. 

Erskine, Ebenezer, and Whitefield, 
9. 397. 

Erskine, John, and Edwards MSS., 
15. 3. 

Erskine, Thomas, haron, on advocate's 
right of discretion, 11. 140. 

Ervine, John, wounded (1758), 6. 33. 

Erving. See also Ervine, Erw^n, 
Irvine, Irving. 

Erving, Captain, keeps a carriage 
(1768), 1. 225. 

Erving, Doctor, in Arnold's Quebec 
expedition, 2. 279. 

Erving, Abigail (Phillips), 5. 10. 

Erving, Anne [Mrs. Stewart], 5. 11. 

Erving, Elizabeth [Mrs. Bowdoin], 5. 
11. 

Erving, George, 5. 10; loyalist, 13- 
15,10. 164; mandamus councillor, 
6. 14; in Boston society, 10. 77; 
on com. on address to Hutchinson 
(1771), 77; and to Gage, 85; house 
damaged by shells (1776), 94; 
letter from James Bowdoin (1788), 
11. 178. 

Erving, George William, R. C. Win- 
throp on, 5. 6-9; presents medals, 
6; hist, research, 6; Madison on, 
7; and J. Q. Adams, 7-8; death 
and will, 9; genealog. letter to 
Winthrop (1843), 9-16; politics, 
15 ; Curry's paper on dipl. services 
of, 17-33; first services, 18; Sec. 
of Legation at Madrid, 18; and 
Godoy, 18; and questions of neu- 
tral trade, 21 ; and Span, factions, 
22; retires, 22, 30; Minister to 
Denmark, 23; and tribute to 
Tunis /1802), 26; Minister to 
Spain, 24-25; and controversy 
over Algerine War, 29; and nego- 



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143 



tiations for Fla., 29-32; declines 
Turkish mission, 32; dipl. charac- 
ter, 32 ; letters to Madison, 10. 472. 

Erving, James, 5. 10. 

Erving, John [1], Boston estate, 1. 
325; career, 5. 9-10, 12; manda- 
mus councillor, 14; subscribes to 
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Erving, John [2], 5. 10, 11; loyalist, 
13, 10. 164; mandamus councillor, 
6. 14; and Wm, Molineux, 10. 64; 
in Boston society, 33, 39, 77; on 
com. on non-importation (1768), 
65 ; and on address to Hutchinson 
(1771), 77; and to Gage, 85; in 
Trinity Church vestry, 89 ; confis- 
cated Boston estate, 170. 

Erving, John [3], 5. 11. 

Erving, Lucy (Winslow), 5. 10. 

Erving, Mary [Mrs. Scott], 5. 11. 

Erving, Mary M. (Royal), 5. 10, 12. 

Erving, Sarah (Mrs. Waldo], 5. 11. 

Erving, Shirley, 5. 11. 

Erving, William, 5. 11; endows Har- 
vard professorship, 11 n. 

Erving family, origin and arms, 5. 10. 

Erwin, John, recruit (1760), 6. 427. 

Erwin, John, Jr., recruit (1758), 6. 
24; (1760), 427. 

Esenbeck, William, letter to Wm. 
Duane (1808) on telegraph, 20. 306. 

Espanola. See Santo Domingo 
Island. 

Espinosa, Antonio de, and press in 
Mexico, 12. 399. 

Esquimaux, and glacial man, 5. 337. 

Essex Bridge, construction, 16. 341 n. 

Essex County, Mass., justices of 
peace (1686), 13. 229; county offi- 
cers (1686), 243, 251. 

Essex Gazette, changes in title, 8. 414. 

Essex Institute, port, of Webster 
owned by, 3. 263 ; Winthrop Papers 
deposited in, 5. 304-305; gift to 
M.H.S., 7. 373; growth, 9. 276, 
296-297 ; services of Henry Wheat- 
land, 277, 287, 289, 294; field 
meetings, 290-292. 

Est, William, exile in Amsterdam, 6. 
52. 

Established church. See Church of 
England, Congregationalism. 

Estaing, Charles H. T., comte d\ in 
Am. Rev., 1. 50, 4. 40; off Sandy 
Hook, 3. 118; Newport campaign, 
118-120, 10. 104; at Boston, 105- 
106; rumored victories (1781), 19. 
123-125. 

Esterbrook, Rev. Benjamin, death, 1. 
151, 14. 17. 



Estey, Isaac, witchcraft petition, 1. 

110. 
Estis, , inn at Fredericksburar, 

Va., 2. 17, 33. 
Etiquette, social, at Paris (1829), 19. 

441, 443. 
Eton, , exile in Amsterdam (1636) , 

6. 52. 

Etruscans, method of registering 

years, 4. 102; migrations, 12. 109, 

110. 
Eulogies, formal, of members of 

M.H.S. discontinued, 6. 403. 
Europe, atlas of migrations, 12. 108- 

111. 
Eurybiades, at Salamis, 17. 391. 
Eustis, Abraham, sons at Harvard, 5. 

223. 
Eustis, Frederic A., Master's oration 

(1838), 5. 223, 224. 
Eustis, Henry L., Commencement 

part (1838), 6. 223; biog. note, 

223 n. 
Eustis, Horatio S., Harvard A.M. 

(1830), 5. 223. 
Eustis, John F., Commencement 

part (1837), 5. 220; biog. note, 

220 n.; Master's oration (1840), 

230. 
Eustis, William, and Stuart, 2. 17; 

port., 5. 309; public career, 310; 

funeral, 310; and Mo. Compromise, 

7. 119 n.; anecdote of Arnold's 
soldiers, 12. 346-347; Wm. Duane 
on, as war minister, 20. 336, 350, 
355, 362. 

Evans. See also Evens. 

Evans, , tavern-keeper in Balti- 
more (1804), 2. 33. 

Evans, Rev. Israel, in Sullivan's ex- 
pedition, 2. 474; sermon in Am. 
army (1781), 6. 156. 

Evans, Rev. John, and Colman's ser- 
mons, 9. 342. 

Evans, Maria [Mrs. Fletcher], 17- 
182. 

Evarts, William Maxwell, Peabody 
EducationTrust, 1.210; and E. R. 
Hoar in Washington, 9. 324; un- 
official Eng. mission (1863), 13. 
192; port., 14. 145; M.H.S. tribute 
to, 15. 1-2; and return of Brad- 
ford MS., 80; and J. R. Lowell, 
238. 

Eveleth, Joseph, on com. on Boston 
bicentenary, 2. 220; subscription 
to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Evelyn, W. Glanville, letters, 6. 433. 

Everett, Alexander Hill, Com- 
mencement part (1806), 5. 171, 



144 



EVERETT 



171 n.; lectures on Columbus, 284; 
subscription to Boston dinner 
(1830), 6. 341; (?> j5J5: oration (1813), 
9. 114; biog. note, 114 n.; on 
Cuba (1826), 12. 362; and change 
in B K constitution, 16. 205 n. ; 
resolution on <jra. and Creeks, 217; 
and Jackson's LL.D., 20. 505-508. 

Everett, Anna S., gift to M.H.S., 20. 
534. 

Everett, Charlotte B. [Mrs. Wise], 18. 
117. 

Everett, Charlotte G. (Brooks), 18. 
117. 

Everett, Edward, and Hutchinson's 
diary (1843), 1. 164-166; and un- 
official mission to Europe (1861), 
203, 206, 208, 209, 16. 465; letter 
to R. C. Winthrop on mission, 1. 
206; as preacher, 2. 110, 3. 166;- 
Washington Monument appeal, 2. 
143; on Oswald map and Ashbur- 
ton Treaty, 3. 368, 369; subscrip- 
tion for M.H.S. building, 292; gift 
to M.H.S., 295; as member M.H.S. 
5. 5, 6. 272; Commencement part 
(1811), 5. 176, 176 n.; Master's 
oration (1814), 179; honorary de- 
grees, 216, 18. 107, 114; at Har- 
vard Commencements (1846, '47), 
5. 250, 253 ; on the Harvard family, 
250-251; Commencement recep- 
tions, 251, 253, 258; subscription 
to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342; 
juniormemberM.H.S., 9. 94; 0BK 
poem (1812), 114; biog. note, 
114 n., 0BK orations (1824, '33), 
119, 125; engraving of Bell and, 10. 
125; photog., 125; at Plymouth 
anniversary (1820), 394; (1845), 
398, 400; on Choate, 11. 134 n., 
147, 149; friendship with Choate, 
148; medal of, 277; on John 
Lowell, 12. 114; at Gottingen, 366, 
369; on Am. schools (1817), 369; 
as professor, 370, 18. 97, 102 ; let- 
ters to Story (1831) on (P 5 ^ con- 
stitution, address on manufac- 
tures. Commentaries, 15. 204-206; 
(1832), on report on apportionment, 
memoir of Story, 206-210; — 
bust presented, 16. 477 ; port, and 
AUTOG., 18. front, vi; Memoir, 62, 
91-117; Randolph's alleged denun- 
ciation, 62; autobiog. letters, 91- 
112; parents, 91-92; birth, 92; 
schooling, 93-95; at Harvard, 95- 
96; theolog. studies, 96; tutor, 96; 
pastorate, 96-97; English contro- 
versy, 97; studies and travel 



abroad, 97-101, 105, 112; ceases to 
preach, 101; and N. Am. Review, 
101; in Congress, occasional ad- 
dresses, 102-108; membership in 
societies, 105; marriage and chil- 
dren, 105, 117; and pari, reform, 
106; and tariff, 107, 19. 522; and 
Jackson (1832), 18. 107; governor- 
ship, 108-112; and militia, 110; 
inaugurates Lowell Lectures, 112; 
Minister at London, 113-114; 
Pres. of Harvard, 114; Sec. of 
State, 115; in Senate, 115; and 
Kan.-Neb. Bill, 115; address on 
Washington, 115; candidacy for 
Vice-Pres., 116; and secession, 116; 
during Civil War, 116-117; con- 
troversy over estate, 116; death, 
117; — letter (1836), 325; as in- 
dustrial statesman, 377; journey 
from Washington (1832), 19. 527. 

Everett, Edward B., 18. 117. 

Everett, Edward F., Everett gene- 
alogy, 16. 291. 

Everett, Henry S., 18. 117; collection 
of patriotic envelopes, 19. 224. 

Everett, John, Commencement part 
(1818), 5. 184; biog. note, 184 n. 

Everett, Rev. Moses, article on Dor- 
chester, 18. 328. 

Everett, Rev. Oliver, as preacher, 16. 
453; Hazlitt on, 17. 335; career, 
18. 91-92. 

Everett, Oliver C, Divinity School 
part, 19. 863; at Philanthropic 
Soc. (1836), 364. ^ 

Everett, Otis, subscription for M.H.S. 
building, 3. 291. 

Everett, Sibyl, gift to M.H.S., 19. 
224. 

Everett, Stevens, Commencement 
part (1815) and biog. note, 5. 179, 
179 n. 

Everett, William [Communications 
follow], gifts to M.H.S., 2. 150, 
256, 6. 416; remarks, 2. 167, 305, 

' 4. 66, 6. 196, 251, 7. 125, 421, 
8. 151, 10. 5, 291, 362, 440, 462, 
490, 552, 11. 24, 74, 187, 209, 238, 
336, 12. 371, 424, 13. 129, 14. 445, 
15. 479, 20. 232, 489, 586; list of 
publications (1885-1905), 2. 391, 
3. 279, 4. 106, 11. 317, 12. 175, 
15. 29, 16. 534, 17. 449, 19. 205; 
elected to M.H.S. Council (1886, 
;87), 2. 404, 3. 298 ; on com. on 
index to foreign docs, of Am. Rev., 
159; report, 178; resolution on pro- 
posed Attucks Memorial, 317; on 
Finance Com. (1887), 318; on com. 



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145 



on Lafayette statue, 4. 12; and 
report, 41 ; on com. on revising by- 
laws, 77, 123 ; motion on Denison's 
letters, 13. 121; on Library Com. 
(1901), 15. 2; presents Everett 
genealogy, 16. 291; represents 
M.H.S., 20. 534. 

Communications : on obtaining 
extracts from Hutchinson's diary, 
1. 164-166; on origin of Mass. 
motto, 2. 39; on proper name 
Alablaster, 39 ; -on witchcraft com- 
mission of oyer and terminer, 43; 
on F. E. Parker, 216; on S. K. 
Lothrop, 3. 62 ; criticism of Stubbs 
on Puritans, 153-159; on allusion 
to Sharpless, 259 ; on Jefferson 
Davis and repudiation, 274; on 
Ashburton Treaty, 369 ; on SewalPs 
epigrams, 4. 80-82, 6. 381 ; on 
naming Union Street, 4. 264; on 
City of Quincy, 267 ; on Jas. Bram- 
ston, 319; on nat. holidays, 372; 
on H. W. Foote, 381; on term 
''Spanish Main," 5. 114; on Chas. 
Deane, 133; Last royal veto, 
156-163; on excavations at Ches- 
ter, Eng., 6. 76; on custody of 
Brit, public docs. (1783), 442; on 
E. A. Freeman, 7. 421-424; poem 
on O. W. Holmes, 9. 160-162; on 
distribution of M.H.S. pubs., 10. 
118; letter of Natl. Saltonstall, 
193; on Adams family in public 
service of Braintree and Quincy, 
371-374; on H. L.* Pierce, 11. 212- 
214; on masters of Adams Acad- 
emy, 12. 148 ; on fire in his house, 
14. 427; on Trevelyan's Am. Rev., 
18. 62; communicates Memoir of 
Edward Everett, 62, 91-117; on 
need of biogs. of provincial Mass., 
20. 587-590. 

Evers. See Ewer. 

Everton, William, sea-captain (1688), 
7. 146. 

Evison, Thomas, of Saleby, Eng. 
(1612), 8. 508. 

Evison, William, of Saleby, Eng. 
(1612), 8. 508. 

Evolution, influence on hist, study, 
13. 89-91, 19. 280, 285. See also 
Darwin. 

Ewald, Alexander C, on last royal 
veto, 5. 159. 

Ewald, Georg H. A. von, at Got- 
tingen (1828), 2. 35; career, 35 n. 

Ewell, Jedediah, loyalist refugee, 2. 
234. 

Ewell, Seth, loyalist refugee, 2. 235. 



Ewer (Evers), (?) Thomas, accused 
of disloyalty (1636), 1. 240. 

Ewing, Rev. John, and Benj. Rush, 
17. 334, 354. 

Ewing, Thomas, and unofficial mis- 
sion to Europe (1861), 1. 203; at 
Harvard Commencement (1834), 5, 
214; Winthrop on, 6. 75. 

Exchange, on Eng. (1770), 16. 223, 
226, 227. 

Excise, stamps for Crown Point ex- 
pedition funds (1755), 1. 70; Mass. 
bill (1765), 20. 535. See also 
Stamp Act, Taxation. 

Exclusion Bill (1680), 4. 318. 

Executive, use of 3rit. royal warrant, 
5. 162; rise, 16. 238. See also 
Council, Government, Governor, 
Veto. 

Exeter, N. H., Maverick's account 
(1660), 1. 234; in 1650, 2. 48; 
Ratification Conven. (1788), 16. 
385-38*. 

Expenditures, comment on Federal 
(1792), 15. 138. See also Finances. 

Exploration, citation of transconti- 
nental (1724), 3. 380. See also 
Voyages. 

Eynaud, Paul, consul at Malta, 19. 
488. 

Eyre, John, death (1700), 1. 154. 

Eyre, Paul, candidacy in Va. (1796), 
15. 157. 

Ezerus, Indian, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366. 



F., J. G., experience at Port au 
Prince, 2. 369. 

Facsimiles, will of Peregrine White, 
3. 134; Grammarians Funeral, 5. 
2; engraving of Battle of Lake 
George (1755), 416; deed by Win- 
throp (1639), 7. 139; titlepage s^nd 
dedication of Willard's Useful In- 
structions, 9. 529-530; titlepage of 
cat. of Saml. Lee's library, 10. 
542; titlepage of Higginson's Our 
Dying Saviour's Legacy, 11. 21; 
letter of Capt. John Smith, 12. 
158; plate of Mass. notes (1702), 
13.315; proclamation and declara- 
tion of Mass. Council (1715), 15. 
327, 351; Jon. Edwards's short- 
hand, 514, 517; gravestones of 
John Foster, 19. 56-57. See also 
Maps. 

Faden, William, map (1785) and 



10 



146 



FAGUNDES-FARNHAM 



Northeastern boundary, 3. 366, 
368 n.; engraving by, 9. 28. 

Fagundes, Joam Alvarez, voyage and 
patent, 8. 72-74. 

Fail (Fales), Capt. Eliphalet, at Half- 
Way Brook fight (1758), 6. 33. 

Fair Haven, Mass., in 1801, 4. 127. 

Fairbanks house, Dedham, views, 2. 
71, 3. 283; described, 14. 290. 

Fairfax, Bryan, baron, 19. 378. 

Fairfax, Capt. Robert, off Boston 
(1692), 7. 162. 

Fairfax, Thomas, baron, loyalist, 19. 
378. 

Fairfield, Benjamin, baptism (1645), 
12. 322. 

Fairfield, Daniel [1], Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 177. 

Fairfield, Daniel, [2], Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 181. 

Fairfield, Daniel, of Braintree, milit. 
watch (1690), 1. 163, 14. 31; death, 
27. 

Fairfield, George, of Salem, 12. 322. 

Fairfield, John, and Graves-Cilley 
duel, 12. 290, 291. 

Fairfield, Rebecca (Willet), Pilgrim 
at Ley den, 17. 177. 

Fairfield, Conn., whale-boat priva- 
teers, 1. 19; Maverick on (1660), 
245; in 1804, 2. 7; inn, 32; in 
1650, 49; Brit, raid (1779), 6. 126, 
396; church record of Hancock's 
marriage, 395-396. 

Fairfield, Am. privateer (1776), 12. 
198. 

Fairmead (Medfield), Mass., in 1650, 
2. 47. 

Fairs, at Boston and Providence 
(1697), 9. 510; English (1783), 10. 
424. 

Fairweather. See also Fayerweather. 

Fairweather, Reverend, sermon at 
Louisburg (1745), 11. 443. 

Fairweather, John, powder-master 
(1686), 13. 260. 

Fairweather, Thomas, sea-captain 
(1689), 7. 151. 

Falcon, Brit, war-ship (1775), 10. 20. 

Faldo, William, witnesses power of 
attorney (1654), 13. 6. 

Fales. See also Fail. 

Fales, Samuel, subscription for 
M.H.S. building, 3. 291. 

Falke, Jacob von, Artin House, 3. 231. 

Falkner, Abigail, relief from convic- 
tion for witchcraft, 1. 81, 104. 

Fall, Mrs. William, innkeeper near 
layette ville, 2. 31, 34. 

Fallacies of History, 2. 392. 



Fallass, William, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 168. 

Falmouth (Portland). Me., view, 3. 
282; Brit, attack (1775), 7. 410, 
411, 9. 72. 

Falmouth, Mass., in 1801, 4. 128. 

Falmouth, N. S., in 1776, 2. 301. 

Fame, privateer (1749), 6. 94, 96. 

Familists, doctrine of unknowing of 
oneself, 5. 104, 6. 187. 

Famine in England (1666), 4. 281. 

Fancourt, Rev. Samuel, circulating 
library at Salisburj^, Eng., 9. 368. 

Fancy, of Martha's Vineyard, 3. 86. 

Faneuil, Benjamin, member of Fire 
Club, 10. 38; imports tea (1773), 
79; absentee loyalist, 164; in 
Ehgland (1780), 421. 

Faneuil, Jean, 18- 241, 242. 

Faneuil, Mary A. [Mrs. Jones], 20. 
409-410. 

Faneuil, Peter, notices of death and 
burial, 1. 42-43; lame, 43, 222; 
view dedicated to, 249 ; and Wood- 
bridge-Phillips duel, 18. 240; port., 
20. 409. 

Faneuil Hall, views (1870), 19. 295, 
20. 228. 

Fannin, Isham S., bill of sale of slave, 
20. 512. 

Fanning, Edmund, and Gov. Went- 
worth, 3. 66; and Pepperrell, 70; 
report to (1779), on Martha's Vine- 
yard, 84-88; at funeral of Edw. 
Winslow, 93. 

Fanning, Thomas, at siege of Boston, 
9. 60. 

Farley, George, removes to Chelms- 
ford (1656), 12. 325. 

Farley, Joseph S., Commencement 
part (1810) and biog. note, 5. 175, 
175 n. 

Farley, Massillon, Commencement 
part (1831), 5. 206. 

Farmer, Andrew, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 389. 

Farmer, John, reprinted M.H.S. 
paper, 6.-230. 

Farmer, Jonas, in Am. army (1775), 
12. 106. 

Farmer^ s Cabinet, file, 13. 378. 

Farmington, in 1650, 2. 49. 

Farnham. See also Farnum. 

Farnham, Mrs., of Newburyport 

(1788), 16. 415. 
Farnham, John Hay, Commence- 
ment part (1811) and biog. note, 5. 
175, 175 n. 
Farnham, Joseph, non-consumption 
agreement (1786), 8. 497. 



FARNHAM-FAULKNER 



147 



Famham, Sibyl [Mrs. Sawyer], 16. 

389 n. 
Farnham, William, impressions of, 

16. 393, 393 n. ; mentioned in 

J. Q. Adams's diary (1788), 406, 

415, 416, 420, 421, 425, 427, 444. 
Farnham, Lieut. Zebediah, at siege of 

Boston, 9. 85. 
Famsworth, , of HoUis, N. H., 

spy (1778), 3, 121, 122. 
Farnsworth, Aaron, on Indian scout 

(1748), 6. 431; minuteman, 12. 

104. 
Farnsworth, Amos [1], 12. 75; 

drowned, 87; body recovered, 90. 
Farnsworth, Major Amos [2], career, 

12. 74-75; milit. career, 77; diary 

(1775-79), 78-102; at siege of 

Boston, 78-87, 106; sick furlough, 

87; and Amos Shed, 100; at 

Ticonderoga (1776), 100-102; min- 
uteman, 104. 
Farnsworth, Benjamin, at siege of 

Boston, 12. 82; drowned, 87. 
Farnsworth, David, of Groton, 6. 429. 
Farnsworth, Ebenezer, and Shays' s 

Rebellion, 1. 301. 
Farnsworth, Isaac, Groton town 

clerk, 1. 301. 
Farnsworth, John, recruit (1760), 6. 

429. 
Farnsworth, John P., acknowledg- 
ment to, 12. 78; ancestry, 78. 
Farnsworth, Lydia (Longley), 12. 

75. 
Farnsworth, Matthias, 12. 75. 
Farnsworth, Oliver [1], recruit (1758), 

6. 25; on Indian scout (1748), 431; 

minuteman, 12. 104. 
Farnsworth, Oliver [2], minuteman, 

12. 104. 
Farnsworth, William, recruit (1760), 

6. 429. 
Farnum, , of Boston, killed 

(1702), 14. 20. 
Farragut, David G., port., 19. 224. 
Farrar, John, and Pres. Kirkland, 3. 

162; Commencement part (1803) 

and biog. note, 5. 169, 169 n. ; 

gifts to M.H.S. from family of, 18. 

264, 287. 
Farrar, Lucy M. (Buckminster), 3. 

162. 
Farrar, Noah, in Am. army (1775), 12. 

106. 
Farrar, Timothy, Harvard LL.D. 

(1847), 5. 253; oldest Harvard 

graduate, 253. 
Farrington, , post-rider to Crown 

Point (1760), 5. 366. 



Farrington, Capt. Thomas, in cam- 
paign of 1760, 4. 391, 392; return 
of men, 6. 426-430; of Groton, 
427. 

Farris, Fanny (Jenkins), 16. 368 n. 

Farris, William, biog. note, 16. 368 n. 

Farther Account of progresse, extant 
copies, 10. 339. See also Further. 

Farwell, Elizabeth, baptism (1673), 
12. 338. 

Farwell, Frances E. [Mrs. Field], 19. 
74. 

Farwell, George, not Atty.-Gen., 10. 
288. 

Farwell, Mrs. Hannah, joins Chelms- 
ford church (1673), 12. 338. 

Farwell, Hannah, baptism (1673), 12. 
338. 

Farwell, Henry, of Chelmsford, dea- 
con (1661), 12. 334-336; death, 
337. 

Farwell, Henry, baptism (1675), 12. 
338. 

Farwell, Capt. Henry, roll of minute- 
men, 12. 77, 78, 103-105; of com- 
pany at siege of Boston, 106-107. 

Farwell, Jonathan, on Indian scout 
(1748), 6. 431. 

Farwell, Joseph, baptism (1673), 12. 
338. 

Farwell, Joseph. Jr., recruit (1758), 
6.24. 

Farwell, Oliver, of Groton, 6. 429. 

Farwell, Thomas, and Shays's Re- 
bellion, 1. 301. 

Farwell, William, recruit (1760), 6. 
429; minuteman, 12. 104. 

Farwell, Zaccheus, in Am. army 
(1775), 12. 106. 

Fasciculus Temporum, eds., 19. 296. 

Fassett, Amaziah, minuteman, 12. 
104. 

Fassetts, Samuel, in campaign of 
1760,4.389. 

Fast days in Mass., annual, abolished, 
9. 19; sermon (1678), 443; proc- 
lamations (1670-91), 445, 486, 12. 
280, 282, 284, 13. 361; Boston 
(1775), 10. 90; nonobservance 
(1686), 13. 259, 262, 263; proc. of 
Council (1715), 15. 349, 352-354. 

^'Father Abbey's Will," 4. 70 n. 

"Father of his Country," applied to 
George II., 1. 231. 

Fauchet, Jean A. J., conduct as 
Minister, 15. 145. 

Faucitt, William, and Hessian mer- 
cenaries, 4. 4. 

Faulkner, Francis, witchcraft petition, 
1. 110. 



148 



FAULKNER-FENNO 



Faulkner, William E., Commence- 
merA part (1840), 6. 229; biog. 
note, 229 n. 

Faunce, Elder Thomas, 3. 415 n. 

Fawkner, Mrs. Elizabeth, of Eng., will 
(1720), 1. 138. 

Fawkner, Everard, of Eng., will of 
widow (1720), 1. 138. 

Fawkner, Everard, nephew, 1. 138. 

Fawkner, Jane, 1. 138. 

Fawkner, Sarah, 1. 138. 

Fawkner, Susanna, 1. 138. 

Faxon, Mrs., of Braintree, death 
(1697), 14. 18. 

Faxon, Azariah, of Braintree, 6. 511. 

Faxon, Thomas, of Braintree, 8. 12 n. 

Fay, Charles, Master's oration (1832) 
and biog. note, 5. 209, 209 n. 

Fay, Nahum, musician, 16. 409. 

Fay, Otis, works on Boston defences 
(1814), 14. 152. 

Fay, Samuel P. P., at class reunion 
(1848), 5. 255-258; ancestry, 11. 
123. 

Fayerweather. See also Fairweather. 

Fayerweather, B., bond as customs 
officer (1698), 6. 297. 

Fayerweather, John, and Registry of 
Probate (1754), 16. 109; subscribes 
to Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 
208. 

Fayetteville in 1804, 2. 22. 

Feasts, Boston pre-Rev., 10. 45-46. 

Featherstonhaugh, George W., and 
Oswald map, 3. 368, 369. 

Febershear (? Feveryeare), Captain, 
in Phips's Quebec expedition, 15. 
307. 

Febiger, Christian, captured at Que- 
bec, 2. 295. 

Federal Constitution. See Constitu- 
tion. 

Federal Convention of 1787, influence 
of Conn, institutions, 5. 270, 273, 
277, 330 ; question of new conven- 
tion (1788), 15. 124; and compact 
theory, 16. 164; Franklin on, 17. 
367 ; influence of Adams's Defence, 
367; Rush on success, 367; anxi- 
ety concerning, 370, 454, 456, 468, 
470, 474; Congress and, 457, 462; 
conjectures of plans, 458, 461, 463- 
465; outside advice, 468, 471, 472; 
rumors of discord in Va. delegation, 
474; Hamilton's notes of debate 
(June 1-20), 18. 348-362. 

Federalist, contemp. opinion, 17. 
493, 500, 508. 

Federalist party, copy of J. Q. Adams 
corresp. with, 1. 365; ignored in 



Philadelphia (1804), 2. 12; Jeffer- 
son on (1811), 12. 270. See also 
Elections, Ratification. 

Fees, in Jamaica (1687), 12. 237; 
legal, in Mass. (1686), 13. 242-243, 
245; of wine-cooper, 283. 

Fees of M.H.S., by-laws on, 4. 223. 

Feilder, Elizabeth [Mrs. Husbands], 

13. 44. 

Feke, EUzabeth. See Hallett. 

Feke, Robert, Greenwich affairs, 6. 3, 
7, 8n., 11, 20; and his wife, 3; 
letter to John Winthrop, Jr. (1636), 
8n. 

Fellowes. See also Fellows. 

Fellowes, Abigail [Mrs. May], 20. 47. 

Fellowes, CorneUus, 20. 47, 50. 

Fellowes, Gustavus, purchases confis- 
cated Boston estate, 10. 170; 
career, 20. 47, 49 ; and Crevecoeur's 
children, 47-54; port., 60 ti. 

Fellowes, Nathaniel, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 184; 
career, 20. 47, 54. 

Fellowes, Sarah (Pierpont), 20. 47, 
50 ; and Fanny St. John, 50. 

Fellows, Col. (Gen.) John, in Sara- 
toga campaign, 3. 108; at siege of 
Boston, 9. 43. 

Fellows, Moses, journal of Sullivan's 
expedition, 2. 441. 

Felt, George, pauper (1686), 13. 277. 

Felt, Joseph Barlow, and pub. of 
early records of Mass., 1. 397; on 
Hubbard's visit to Eng., 4. 18; 
paper on Mass. population, 139; 
cat. of M.H.S. Library, 326; Libra- 
rian, 343 ; at bicentenary of N. Eng. 
Confed., 20. 361. 

Feltham, Robert, of Eng. (1669), 
1. 137. 

Felt on, Cornelius Conway, Com- 
mencement part (1827), 6. 196; 
biog. notes, 196 n., 9. 124 n.; on 
J. A. Albro, 5. 415; letter on 
slavery (1855), 7. 263 n.; 0BK 
poem (1832), 9. 124; Friday Club, 

14. 473, 16. 465; and Webster, 15. 
168; and Jackson's LLD., 20. 510. 

Felt on, John B., Commencement 
part (1847) and biog. note, 5. 252, 
252 n. 

Felton, Samuel M., Master's oration 
(1837), 5. 220; biog. note, 220 n. 

Fenianism, raids on Canada and 
Treaty of Washington, 8. 18. 

Fenner, Obadiah, port., 2. 71. 

Fenno, John, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 152; character- 
ized, 153. 



FENNO-FINANCES 



149 



Fenno, John Ward, Win. Duane on, 

20. 269. 
Fenton, John, loyaUst, land grant to, 

3. 67; story of mobbing of wife 

considered, 8. 412-415; in Boston 

society, 10. 35. 
Fenton, R., declaration on counter- 
feiting (1699), 5. 297. 
Fenway building. See Real estate. 
Fenwick, George, papers concerning 

purchase from (1644-60), 5. 289, 

290, 302; at Saybrook, 16. 489; 

and Henry Whitfield, 492, 497. 
Ferdinand VII. of Spain, as heir, 6. 

19; as king, 20, 23. 
Ferland, J. B. Antoine, papers from 

collection of, 3. 153, 4. 45. 
Fernald, Charles A., gift to M.H.S., 

10. 570. 
Fernandez, Domingo, and Menendez's 

expedition, 8. 450. 
Ferrelo, Bartolomeo, identity of places 

mentioned by, 3. 261. 
Ferrier, Joseph M. A., case (1788), 

17. 509. 
Ferris, James, Greenwich estate, 6. 

19. 

Ferry, , death (1714), 8. 222. 

Ferry, , of Springfield (1777), 6. 

89. 
Fessenden, , schoolmaster of 

Warren, R. I. (1801), 6. 124-125. 
Fessenden, John, Commencement 

part (1818), 5. 184; biog. note, 

184 n. 
Fessenden, John M., Harvard A.M. 

(1846), 5. 250. 
Fessenden, Thomas, ai Plymouth 

anniversary (1845), 10. 401. 
Feudal system, overthrow, 16. 238. 
Feversham, R. I. See Westerly. 
Feveryeare. See Febershear. 
Field, , of Braintree, death of 

children (1704), 14. 23. 
Field, Ensign, at Fort Dummer (1728), 

6. 378. 
Field, Abigail (Hopkins), 19. 63. 
Field, Abigail (Waterman), 19. 63. 
Field, Abner, career and character, 

19. 62, 64. 
Field, Benjamin H., and index to 

foreign docs, of Am. Rev., 3. 178. 
Field, EUza E. (McLoon), 19. 74. 
Field, Elizabeth (Williams), ancestry, 

19. 63. 
Field, Frances E. (Farwell), 19. 74. 
Field, Hannah (Stone), 19. 63. 
Field, Jacob, in Dartmoor Prison, 10. 

117. 
Field, James, 19. 63. 



Field, Jeremiah, 19. 63. 

Field, Joseph (1764), 18. 261. 

Field, Joseph, Harvard D. D. (1840), 

5. 230. 
Field, Louisa (Griswold), 19. 61, 65; 

character, 63. 
Field, Mrs. Martha, 19. 63. 
Field, Pardon, 19. 63. 
Field, Samuel, address to Gage (1774), 

14. 51 n. 
Field, Thomas [d. 1717], descendants, 

19. 63. 
Field, Thomas [d. 1752], 19. 63. 
Field, Thomas W., on eds. of Hub- 
bard's map of N. Fug., 4. 15, 20. 
Field, Walbridge Abner, elected a 

member M.H.S., 9. 1; on E. R. 

Hoar, 315-323; remarks, 11. 238, 

12. 195; M.H.S. tributes to, 13. 
166-171 ; as judge, 167, 171, 19. 75- 
77, 79-80; training, 13. 167-168, 
19. 67, 70-72 ; lawyer, 13. 168, 19. 
71-73; in Congress, 13. 168, 19. 
73-74; character and appearance, 

13. 169-171, 19. 80-82; Memoir 
by John Noble, 61-82; port, and 
AUTOG., 61; birth and death, 61; 
origin of Christian name, 61; an- 
cestry, 62-67; teacher, 68; and 
old home, 69-70; Federal offices, 
72; home-life, marriages, children, 
74; religion, 74; societies, 75; in 
M.H.S., 75; honorary degree, 75; 
hist, interests, 78; funeral, 78. 

Field, William [d. 1665], 19. 63. 
Fields, James T., and Emancipation 

Concert, 20. 248. 
Fiennes. See also Fines. 
Fiennes, John, exploded coat of arms, 

2. 252; career, 252. 

Fiennes, Nathaniel, exploded coat of 

arms, 2. 252; career, 252. 
Fife, John, minuteman, 12. 104. 
Fifield, , intrigue in Vt. (1782), 

3. 132. 

Fifteenth Amendment. See Negro 
suffrage. 

Finseus, Orontius, conception of N. 
Am. (1531), 8. 78. 

Finances. — See also analyzed refer- 
ences under next title and under 
Banks, Money, Prices, Taxation. — 
Confederation plans (1781), 1. 60; 
A. H. Bullock and Civil War, 3. 
331-332; royal instructions con- 
cerning provincial, 8. 96-98; Hig- 
ginson on Confederation (1784), 
177-179; Boston panic (1765), 10. 
52; supervision over corporations, 
13. 132; Va. Republicans and 



150 



FINANCES-FIRST CHURCH OF CAMBRIDGE 



Hamilton's reports, 15. 122 n., 138- 
143; speculation and panic (1792), 
139; distress (1787), 17. 455-456, 
472; Va. relief measures (1787), 
479, 489, 491, 492, 494. See also 
Economic conditions. 

Finances of M.H.S. — See also an- 
alyzed references under Real es- 
tate. Securities, Smith (C. C), and 
funds by name. — Annual reports 
of Treasurer and Auditing Com. 
(1884), 1. 173-179; (1885), 2. 72- 
79; (1886), 396-403; (1887), 3. 
284-297; (1888), 4. 110-118; 
(1889), 351-359; (1890), 5. 440- 
448; (1891), 6. 406-414; (1892), 7. 
374-382; (1893), 8. 186-195; 
(1894), 9. 29-37; (1895), 10. 126- 
136; (1896), 557-567; (1897), 11. 
319-331; (1898), 12. 176-187; 
(1899), 13. 66-77; (1900), 14. 130- 
141; (1901), 15. 30-42; (1902), 
16. 130-143; (1903), 17. 215-228; 
(1904), 18. 271-285; (1905), 19. 
206-222; (1906), 20. 209-226; his- 
tory of real estate ^nd gifts up to 
1887, 3. 291-296; reinvestment of 
funds, 296; Finance Com. (1887), 
318; (1889), 4. 367; com. on bills, 
3. 318; by-laws on Treasurer, 4. 
227-228; insufficiency of funds 
(1892), 7. 368; act authorizing in- 
crease in estate, 8. 305, 505; Ellis 
Bequest, 10. 1-5; vote on accept- 
ing bequest, 5-6; reports of joint 
com. on bequest, votes on reports, 
148-159, 295-296; funds needed 
and at hand (1895-96), 152-155, 
579-582; special building and 
financial com., 297-299, 585, 11. 
1, 336; Pres. Adams on financial 
issues (1896), 10. 573-585, 11. 412- 
414; value of estate (1896), 10. 
575; available income, 576; effect 
of loss of rent, 576; more commu- 
tation fees desired, 584; votes on 
sale of Tremont Street property, 
238-239 ; cost of Fenway building, 
14. 140, 255, 15. 41; exchange sale 
of Fenway-site land, gift of Pres. 
Adams, 14. 483; authority of offi- 
cers to sell securities, 15. 69; list 
of special funds, 20. 209-216. 

Finch. See also Fintch. 

Finch, Daniel. See Nottingham, 
earl of. 

Finch, Daniel, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Finch, E. E., Sibley ports, by, 2. 
169. 



Finch John, killed at Wyoming, 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Finch, Mary, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 
177. 

Findley. See also Finlay, Finley. 

Findley, WilUam, Olmstead affair, 
20. 321. 

Fine arts, tariff on, 1. 363; study 
frowned on, 3. 224; early college 
lectures on, in U. S., 228; first 
school lectures, 233 ; private collec- 
tions in Eng., 12. 157. See also 
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and 
arts by name. 

Fines. See also Fiennes. 

Fines, Charles, and Mass., 2. 252. 

Finlay, Hugh, and N. S. post (1787), 
3. 76. 

Finley, Dr. (?) Samuel, in Va. cam- 
paign (1781), 6. 136. 

Finley, Brit, brig (1829), 19. 441. 

Finney, Lieutenant, duel (1773), 10. 
57. 

Fintch, Samuel, prisoner to loyalists 
(1778), 3. 342. 

Finzi, , of Florence (1829), 19. 

447. 

Fire Club, Boston, 10. 38. 

Fires, in Philadelphia (1799), 3. 275; 
in Boston (1690), 7. 155, 156; 
(1692), 162; (1693), 165; (1765- 
75), 10. 53-55; (1676), 13. 373, 
404, 411; (1679), 407; (1702), 14. 
32; (1787), 65 n., 19. 438; (1747), 
14. 98-99, 16. 105. 

Firmin, Giles, instruction in medicine, 
1. 46. 

Firmin, Josiah, servant of Gov. 
Winthrop, 13. 60, 60 n. ^ 

First Church of Boston, beginning, 2. 
221; letter of recommendation of 
John Winthrop, Jr. (1650), 3. 200; 
trial of Anne Hutchinson, 4. 159- 
191; of Rich. Wait and Ann Hib- 
bins (1640), 315-316; original 
covenant, 8. 271, 348; choice of 
pastor (1682), 13. 410. 

First Church of Cambridge, Mass., 
relations with Harvard, 5. 396-416 ; 
relation of site, 397; synchronism 
of foundations, 397; college and 
church buildings, 398-401, 403; 
church aid to college, 401 ; college 
support of church, 402; enforced 
attendance of students, 403-406; 
relig. home of college, 406; slave 
members, 407 ; ministers in college 
govt, and controversies, 407-412; 
ministers graduates of college, 412; 
influence of ministers, 412-415; 



FIRTH-FISKE 



151 



— notes of sermons at (1689-90), 
6. 165, 

Firth, Charles Harding, to continue 
Gardiner's history, 16. 9. 

Fischel, Edward, mistake on last Eng. 
veto, 5. 159, 

Fischer, Theobald, on Agnese's at- 
lases, 11. 373, 381. 

Fish, , innkeeper at Scituate 

(1795), 3. 43, 

Fish, Mrs., of Brookfield (1762), 7. 
385, 

Fish, Asa I., Commencement part 
(1842), 5. 235. 

Fish, Hamilton, Peabody Education 
Fund, 1. 210, 

Fish, Josiah, of Attleboro (1731), 19. 
26. 

Fish, Josiah, Pepperell recruit (1760), 
6. 429. 

Fish, Nathan, on Indian scout (1748), 
6. 431. 

Fish, Nicholas, and index to foreign 
docs, of Am. Rev., 3. 178. 

Fish, Phineas, Commencement part 
(1807) and biog. note, 5. 171 n, 

Fisher, , of London (1693), 2. 

174. 

Fisher, Capt (?) Daniel, on com. on 
war expenses (1676), 12. 402. 

Fisher, George Park, elected a cor- 
resp. member M.H.S., 11, 221. 

Fisher, Mrs. James T., gift toM.H.S., 
16. 477. 

Fisher, Joshua, at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1820), 5. 187. 

Fisher, Wilfred, absentee loyalist, 10. 
164; confiscated Boston estate, 
170. 

Fisheries, N. Eng. (1660), 1. 233, 235, 
247 ; Babson's Fisheries of Glouces- 
ter, 3. 142; and peace negotiations 
(1779-82), 4. 48-54, 17. 415, 427, 
433, 435, 19. 160; effect of Rev. 
on, 4. 51 ; necessary to N. Eng. com- 
merce, 52; and navy, 53; natural 
right in, 53; Newfoundland, im- 
portance before 1630, 11. 161; 
Brit, bill on whale (1788), 17. 501- 
502; exemption of vessels from 
capture, 18. 171. 

Fisher's Island, Maverick's account 
(1660), 1. 244; control (1683), 4. 
290; Brit, raid (1775), 7. 401. 

Fisher's Tavern, Needham, 10. 47. 

Fishing, sport in provincial Mass., 10. 
48-52. 

Fisk. See also Fiske. 

Fisk, Mrs, Bridget, of Wenham (1648), 
12. 322. 



Fisk, James, recruit (1760), 6. 427. 

Fisk, Joseph, baptism (1648), 12. 
322. 

Fisk, Rev, Nathan, 3. 51; biog. note, 
51 n. 

Fisk, Rev. Samuel, votes for, as pas- 
tor of Old South (1717), 8. 220," 
church controversy in Salem, 9. 
347. 

Fisk, Samuel, non-consumption agree- 
ment (1786), 8. 497. 

Fisk, WiUiam, of Wenham (1648), 12. 
322, 

Fisk, William, memoir, 7. 123. 

Fiske. See also Fisk. 

Fiske, Anna (Gipps), children, 12. 
321; death, 321. 

Fiske, Anna, birth, 12. 321. 

Fiske, Elizabeth (Hinksman), 12. 321. 

Fiske, Elizur, birth, 12. 321. 

Fiske, Francis S., and G. S. Hale, 12. 
487. 

Fiske, Isaac, at class reunion (1848), 
5. 255-258. 

Fiske, James, dismissal to Groton, 12. 
331-335. 

Fiske, Rev. John [1], at Wenham, 2. 
47, 12. 321-322; Catechism, 9. 411, 
12. 318-320; note-book (1637-75), 
317-338; pastorates, 317; children, 
321; second marriage, 321; on 
removal of church to Chelmsford, 
322-324; on dismissal of members, 
331-335. 

Fiske, John [2], birth, 12. 321. 

Fiske, John, and Shays's Rebellion, 
1. 301. 

Fiske, Rev. John [b. 1770], jubilee, 19. 
431, 433 n., 439, at Dr. Snell's 
jubilee, 432. 

Fiske, John, elected a* member 
M.H.S., 7, 347; accepts, 399; on 
hist, character of Norse sagas, 350-- 
353; on Indian slavery, 8. 38; on 
Parkman as historian, 552; list of 
publications (1893-1901), 9. 23, 10. 
121, 11. 317, 12. 175, 13. 66, 14. 
128,15.29; M.H.S. tributes to, as 
historian, 180-182, 193-198, 508; 
in M.H.S., 182; memoir assigned 
to S. L. Thorndike, 368; on right 
to secede, 17. 106 n. 

Fiske, Jonathan, and Shays's Rebel- 
lion, 1. 301. 

Fiske, Josiah J., at Leicester Acad- 
emy, 7. 34 n. 

Fiske, Lucy (Clarke), 16. 412 n. 

Fiske, Rev. Moses, at Braintree, 
1. 151; ill (1708), 160; record 
of church discipline, 6. 481-485; 



152 



TISKE -FLETCHER 



"Faitliful Advice from several 
ministers," 9. 526, 17. 29; birth, 
12. 321; covenant on leaving for 
college, 331; joins church, 335-, 
preaches for father, 335. 

Fiske, Nathan, reprints of Brookfield, 
6. 343. 

Fiske, Oliver, B K oration (1805), 
9. Ill; biog. notes. 111 n., 16. 
384 n, ; J. Q. Adams's characteri- 
zation, 384 n. ; mentioned in 
Adams's diary, 413. 

Fiske, Samuel, baptism (1645), 12. 
322. 

Fiske, Sarah, birth, 12. 321. 

Fiske, Rev. Thaddeus, B K prayer 
(1810), 9. 113; biog. notes, 113 n., 
16. 412 n. ; at Harvard Commence- 
ment (1827), 9. 197; mentioned, 
16. 412. 

Fitch, Lieut. Andrew, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 54, 62, 76, 81. 

Fitch, Cordilla, at siege of Boston, 

9. 41-91; sick, 48-53. 

Fitch, Rev. Jabez, ordained (1703), 
14. 33; book owned by, 17. 57. 

Fitch, Lieut. Jabez, Jr., career, 9. 
40; diary of siege of Boston, 41- 
91; question of promotion, 78; 
furlough, 90. 

Fitch, Rev. James [1], at Saybrook 
(1650), 2. 49; Holy Connexion, 9. 
435 ; Explanation of Solemn Advice, 
457; Brief Discource, 457; First 
Principles, 17. 57. 

Fitch, James [2], deed of Conn. land 
(1686), 6. 294; complaints against 
(1698), 296, 297. 

Fitch, John, captured by Indians 
(1748), 6. 432; and name Fitch- 
burg, •^32. 

Fitch, John [b. 1743], map of North- 
west (1785), 7. 364-366. 

Fitch, Lemuel, killed at Wyominsr 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Fitch, Martha [Mrs. Allen, Mrs. 
Brattle], 9. 11. 

Fitch, Samuel, member of Fire Club, 

10. 38; in Boston society, 39; ad- 
dresses to Hutchinson and Gage 
(1774), 14. 50n.,5ln. 

Fitch, Sherburn, house damaged by 
shells (1776), 10. 94. 

Fitch, Stephen, at Am. camp (1775), 
9. 79, 81. 

Fitch, Thomas, tomb, 12. 233 n. ; and 
Council's assumption of control 
(1715), 15. 345; subscribes to 
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 
207. 



Fitch, Timothy, in Boston society, 
10. 33; on com. on Massacre, 74; 
leaves Boston (1775), 92. 

Fitch, Zechariah, and Shays 's Rebel- 
lion, 1. 301; com. on grievances 
(1786), 301; minuteman, 12. 104. 

Fitchburg, in 1776, 6. 80; origin of 
name, 432. 

Fitz, Ann J. [Mrs. Crocker], 19. 564. 

Fitz, Gerusha [Mrs. Eastman], 15. 
280. 

Fitzgerald, James, at siege of Boston, 
9. 57. 

Fitzgerald, John F., presents M.H.S. 
petition in Congress, 11. 210. 

Fitzherbert, AUeyne, and North- 
eastern boundary, 3. 89; Vaughan 
on, 17. 413. 

Fitzhugh, Augustine, and Southake's 
map of Boston Harbor, 2. 479. 

Fitzmaurice. See also Petty- 
Fitzmaurice. 

Fitzmaurice, Edmond, haron, biog. 
of Earl Granville, 20. 454, 460- 
463. 

Fitzpatrick, Edmund, loyalist ref- 
ugee, 2. 234. 

Fitzpatrick, John B., and Sears's 
Liturgy, 2. 420. 

Fitzpen, George. See Phippen. 

Fitzsimmons, Christopher, letter in- 
troducing, 20. 324. 

Fitzwilliam, N. H. (1776), 6. 80. 

Five Forks, battle, 20. 96. 

Flag, Washington and origin of 
U. S., 1. 28-29; Bedford, 2. 165-- 
167, 199-200; customary use by 
M.H.S., 8. 280; colon. Mass. and 
national emblem, 13. 297, 327 n. ; 
captured French standard (1756), 
14. 255. 

Flagg, — 1-, of S. C. (1789), 16. 460. 

Flaville, , Haitian planter, 2. 

372 rz. 

Fleet, John, medical degree, 16. 439; 
biog. note, 439 n. 

Fleet, Thomas, prints attack on 
Council (1715), 15. 350. 

Fleetwood, Charles Richard, sep- 
tarchy (1659), 7. 363. 

Fleming, Alexander, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 52. 

Fleming, Sir Sandford, at Cabot cele- 
bration, 12. 8. 

Fleming, Major William, in Boston 
society, 10. 37. 

Fleming, William, Va. judge (1780), 
19. 121. 

Fletcher, Misses, ports, of Webster 
owned by, 2. 262, 263. 



FLETCHER-FLUCKER 



153 



Fletcher, Captain, privateersman 
(1745), 11. 438. 

Fletcher, Anthony, exile in Amster- 
dam (1600), 6. 52. 

Fletcher, Gov. Benjamin, pamphlet 
on Conn, controversy, 12. 392. 

Fletcher, Capt. Daniel, at Half- Way 
Brook fight (1758), 6. 33. 

Fletcher, Daniel, appraises soldiers' 
effects (1758), 6. 26-29. 

Fletcher, David, appraises soldiers' 
effects (1758), 6. 29. 

Fletcher, Eliza (Dawson), social circle 
(1830), 19. 470, 473; in Malta, 490. 

Fletcher, H., engraving by, 8. 197. 

Fletcher, Hannah, baptism (1666), 
12. 336. 

Fletcher, Jane (Richmond), 6. 59. 

Fletcher, John, sea-captain, 16. 350; 
mentioned, 381, 444. 

Fletcher, John Bates, 12. 329. 

Fletcher, Jonathan, death at Louis- 
burg (1745), 11. 444. 

Fletcher, Joshua, baptism, 12. 329; 
church discipline on, 336-337. 

Fletcher, Lucy [Mrs. Amory], J. Q. 
Adams on, 16. 370, 372, 402; men- 

• tioned, 447; marriage, 455. 

Fletcher, Lydia, baptism, 12. 329. 

Fletcher, Mrs. Margaret, 12. 336. 

Fletcher, Maria (Evans), Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 182. 

Fletcher, Moses, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 174. 

Fletcher, Nathaniel H., at Harvard 
Commencements (1828-30), 5. 199, 
201, 202, 204. 

Fletcher, Oliver, and Shays's Rebel- 
lion, 1. 301. 

Fletcher, Paul, baptism, 12. 329. 

Fletcher, Robert, removes to Chelms- 
ford (1654), 12. 322. 

Fletcher, Samuel, of Chelmsford, 12. 
338. 

Fletcher, Samuel, son of Wm., baptism 
(1657), 12. 329. 

Fletcher, Sarah (Denby), Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 174. 

Fletcher, Rev. Seth, preaches for 
Mather (1676), 13. 358. 

Fletcher, William [1], death, 7. 169; 
removes to Chelmsford (1654), 12. 
322, 324, 325; deacon, 326, 334; 
children, 329, 331. 

Fletcher, William [2], baptism (1657), 
12. 331. 

Fletcher, William, son of Saml., bap- 
tism (1674), 12. 338. ^ 

FUury, draft of fight with Greyhound 
(1746), 10. 125. 



FUnt, , of Lincoln (1787), 16. 

351. 

Flint, Abigail, deed to Wheeler 
(1674), 4. 156. 

Flint, Anna [Mrs. Dwight], 6. 374. 

Flint, Ephraim, justice of peace 
(1686), 13. 229. 

Flint, Rev. Henry, at Braintree, 2. 
46; descendants, 6. 374. 

Flint, James, Harvard D.D. (1825), 
5. 194; WBK prayer (1818), 9. 
116; biog. note, 116 n.; QBK 
poem (1839), 130; Plymouth ode 
(1820), 10. 395. 

Flint, John, deed to Wheeler (1674), 
4. 156. 

Flint, Rev. Josiah, illness, 13. 349; 
death, 408. 

Flint, Margery (Hoar), 6. 374. 

Flint, Mary (Oakes), deed to Wheeler 
(1674), 4. 156. 

Flint, Thomas, Assistant, lives at 
Concord, 2. 47; land grant to 
widow of (1661), 4. 156. 

Flint, Waldo, Commencement part 
(1814) and biog. note, 5. 179 n. 

Flint's Brook, N. H., origin of name, 
4. 156. 

Flint's Pond, N. H., origin of name, 
4. 156. 

Flood, John, and Dudley's Council 
(1686), 13. 284. 

Flood, in N. Eng. (1692), 7. 160. 

Florence, social life (1829), 19. 444- 
449, 456. 

Flores de Valdes, Diego, in Me- 
nendez's expedition, 8. 424, 437, 
458. 

Florida, Menendez's letters on his 
expedition, 4. 45, 8. 416-468 [see 
Menendez]; use by Brit, during 
War of 1812, 5. 23; Spain and 
Jackson's expedition (1818), 25; 
G. W. Erving and negotiations for, 
29-32; electoral vote (1876), 11. 
350; Wm. Duane on importance 
(1807), 20. 301; Duane on nego- 
tiations for, 388-389. 

Florida, N. Y., royal memorial, 4. 
246. 

Flour-mill, at Richmond (1804), 2. 20. 

Flower, Eliza, as singer, 19. 460. 

Floyd, , at Peekskill (1778), 6. 

112. 

Floyd, William, Signer, 1. 281. 

Floyd and Stevens, commission busi- 
ness, 4. 34. 

Flucker, Mary, marriage, 10. 84. 

Flucker, Thomas [1], keeps a car- 
riage, 1. 225; Sec. of Mass., 2. 



154 



FLUCKER-FOOTE 



233; in Boston society, 10. 33, 
39; member of Fire Club, 38; as 
fisherman, 50; absentee loyalist, 
164. 

Flucker, Thomas [2], guest of Old 
Colony Club, 3. 436, 438. 

Flushing, L. I., Maverick on (1660), 1. 
245; and Conn. (1664), 5. 291, 292. 

Flynt, Henry, student prank against, 

5. 404; curator (1733), 11. 207. 
Fobes, Caleb, at Am. camp (1775), 

9. 79. 
Fogg, Jeremiah, journal of Sullivan's 

expedition, 2. 437. 
Foggo, Edward A., acknowledgment 

to, 4. 259 n. 
Fokt,Mitchel, at Fort Dummer (1724), 

6. 366. 

Foley, Thomas, letter to Winthrop 

(1645) on iron works, 8. 15. 
Folger, , of Nantucket (1801), 4. 

130. 
Folger, Timothy, guest of Old Colony 

Club, 3. 408. 
Folgier, , sea-captain (1774), 17. 

268. 
Folk-lore, proposed society, 3. 320. 
Follen, Charles T. C, influence at 

Harvard, 4. 322 ; view of house, 7. 

373. 
Follen, Eliza L. (Cabot), works in 

Eng., 19. 466. 
Follet, Eliphalet, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Follet, Nicholas, mariner, 7. 150. 
Folsom, Charles, Commencement 

part (1813) and biog. note, 6. 

178 n.; and Harvard Cat., 204; 

subscription to Boston dinner 

(1830), 6. 343. 
Folsom, Charles W., gift to M.H.S. 

from estate of, 19. 224. 
Folsom, Ensign Jonathan, wounded 

at Lake George (1755), 18. 320. 
Folsom, Gen. Nathaniel, account of 

battle of Lake George (1755), 18. 

200, 317-325; order on expected 

arrival of Hessians (1776), 244. 
Fon, Rev. Humphry, will, 13. 127. 
Fonblanque, Albany, on last royal 

veto, 5. 159. 
Fonda, Major Jelles, of Mohawk 

Valley, 2. 445. 

Fones, , sea-captain, 9. 387. 

Fones, Daniel, prize case (1749), 6. 

93. 
Fones, Elizabeth. See Hallett. 
Fones, Capt. John, Narragansett Co., 

9. 469; justice of peace (1686), 13. 

235. 



Fones, Thomas, settling of estate, 
12. 147. 

Fones Records, value, 2. 153. 

Food, prices in Mass. (1703), 1. 157; 
(1691), 163; domestic fruits in 
Mass. (1660), 247; prices in N. S. 
(1776), 2. 302, 303; of Boston 
society (1840), 7. 434; of pre- 
Rev. Boston society, 10. 30; menu 
of Plymouth dinner (1845), 396- 
397; order against exportation 
(1686), 13. 259, 267; scarcity in 
colonies (1675), 399. See also 
Agriculture, Fisheries. 

Foord, Elijah, loyalist refugee, 2. 
234. 

Foord, Elisha, loyalist refugee, 2. 234. 

Foord, Levi, loyalist refugee, 2. 234. 

Foord, Samuel, loyalist refugee, 2. 
234. 

Foot, Captain, in campaign of 1760, 
4. 392. 

Foote, Aldermanj patent (c. 1620), 
1. 233. 

Foote, Caleb [1], career, 8. 236. 

Foote, Caleb [2], 8. 236. 

Foote, Caleb [3], career, 8. 236, 238. 

Foote, Dorothea, 8. 243. 

Foote, Frances A. (Eliot), 8. 243. 

Foote, Frances E., 8. 243. 

Foote, Henry Wilder, on George 
Dexter, 1. 9-12; on Nominating 
Com. (1884), 77; report, 180; 
gifts to M.H.S., 2. 71, 4. 66; on 
etching of Bernard, 61; M.H.S. 
tributes to, 377-382, 6. 438; death, 
4. 378, 8. 249; as minister of 
King's Chapel, 4. 378-380, 8. 242- 
243; memoir assigned to E. J. 
Young, 4. 382, 8. 235; and me- 
moir of Jas. Walker, 5. 154; re- 
printed M.H.S. paper, 6. 230-231; 
Memoir by Wmslow Warren, 8. 
236-251; port, and autog., 236; 
birth and ancestry, 236 ; childhood 
and education, 237-239; and anti- 
slavery, 239; at college, 240-242; 
and death of mother, 241; in 
Divinity School, 242; marriage 
and children, 243; in M.H.S., 
243; other societies, 243; knowl- 
edge of relig. history, 243; Annals 
of King's Chapel , 244; Church 
Hymnal, 244 ; extra-pastoral work, 
244; and Civil War, 245; travels 
and health, 245-246; and death of 
daughter, 246; and King's Chapel 
bicentenary, 246; last illness, 247- 
248; last letter to parishioners, 
248; character, 249-251; as 



FOOTE-FORD 



155 



preacher, 250; memorial inscrip- 
tion, 250. 
Foote, Henry W. [2], 8. 243. 
Foote, Joshua, letters to Winthrop 

(1645, '47) on iron works, 8. 15-17. 
Foote, Mary W. (White), 8. 237; 

death, 241. 
Foote, Pasco, immigrant, 8. 236. 
Foote, Samuel A., Wm. Duane on 

resolution (1830), 20. 389. 
Forbes, various spellings, 7. 465. See 

also Fobes. 
Forbes, Archibald, of Scotland, 6. 197. 
Forbes, Daniel, of Westborough, 

7. 386. 
Forbes, Dorothy (Murray), 3. 208, 

6. 197, 16. 343; port., 10. 41 n. 
Forbes, Edith [Mrs. Perkins], 6. 202. 
Forbes, EU, Harvard D.D. (1804), 

5. 170; diary (1762), 7. 384-399; 
career, 384 n. ; missionary journey 
to Tuscarora Indians, 389-396; 
expenses, 399; port., 9. 96; min- 
istry at North Brookfield, 19. 433. 

Forbes, James G., biog. note, 16. 343 n. 

Forbes, James M., 6. 202. 

Forbes, Rev. John, 6. 197. 

Forbes, John, of Scotland, 6. 197. 

Forbes, John Murray [d. 1831], ser- 
vice as consul, 3. 209-211; men- 
tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary 
(1787-88), 16. 295, 308, 318, 331, 
343, 344, 440; Adams's charac- 
terization, 343 n. ; biog. note, 
344 n. ; on Ratification, 371 n. 

Forbes, John Murray [d. 1898], mis- 
sion to Eng. (1863), 13. 186-195. 

Forbes, Lucy [Mrs. Brigham], 16. 
535. 

Forbes, Margaret (Perkins), 6. 197, 

7. 428. 

Forbes, Ralph B., 6. 197. 

Forbes, Robert Bennet, gift to 
M.H.S., 2. 258; publication (1886), 
391; M.H.S. tributes to, 5. 142- 
144, 438; death, 142, 6. 202; 
Memoir by Leverett Saltonstall, 
197-202; port, and autog., 
197; birth and ancestry, 197; 
early sea adventures, 198; com- 
mercial voyages, 198; marriages, 
198; in China, 198, 200; act of 
heroism, 199; relief of Ireland 
(1847), 199; in S. Am., 200; 
Personal Reminiscences, 200; ship)- 
builder, 201 ; service in Civil War, 
201 ; interest in welfare of seamen, 
201; activity in old age, 201; 
charity, 201; decline, 202; inven- 
tion, 202; nautical papers, 202; 



societies, 202; children, 202; re- 
printed M.H.S. paper, 231. 

Forbes, Robert B. [2], 6. 202. 

Forbes, Rose G. (Smith), 6. 198; 
death, 202. 

Force, Manning Ferguson, Com- 
mencement part (1845), 5. 246, 
246 w.; M.H.S. tributes to, 13. 
120, 121. 

Force, Peter, on date of signing of 
Declaration, 1. 273, 294 n. ; Jour- 
nal of Congress in Archives, 280, 
282, 285, 290 n. 

Force Bill, Republican opposition to 
(1875), 11. 399-400. 

Forchhammer, Georg, on Rock of 
Runamo, 4. 58. 

Ford. See also Foord. 

Ford, , innkeeper on Little Pedee 

(1805), 2. 34. 

Ford, Elisha, innkeeper in Marshfield, 
10. 47. 

Ford, Gordon L., papers on colon, 
prize cases in library of, 5. 85. 

Ford, Capt. John, at Ticonderoga 
(1776), 12. 102. 

Ford, Nancy [Mrs. Dunbar], 13. 425, 
14. 218. 

Ford, Paul Leicester, communication 
from, on briefs in Am. prize cases 
(1736-58), 5. 85-101; article on 
Peale's ports, of Washington, 11. 
68; as hist, investigator, 16. 274. 

Ford, Robert, prophecy on Boston 
(1676), 13. 402. 

Ford, Robert, case (1779), 16. 115 n. 

Ford, Timothy, of Charleston, 2. 25, 
29. 

Ford, Worthington Chauncey, 
elected a member M.H.S., 14. 
303; on Library Com. (1901), 15. 
2; report, 46; remarks, 95; com- 
municates letters of Jos. Jones, 
116-161; on high price of early 
Americana, 326; Gov. and Coun- 
cil OF Mass. (1714-15), 327-362; 

Docs. ON GENESIS OF MONROE 

Doctrine, 373-436; on advisory 
com. on Hart's co-operative hist., 
493; transferred to corresp. mem- 
bership, 16. xviii, 467; publication 
(1902), 129; elected to Council 
M.H.S. (1902), 148; communicates 
letters of James Parker, 186-232; 
Cotton's "Moses his Judicials," 
274-284; gift to M.H.S., 291; 
in M.H.S., 209; communicates 
letters on Va. and adoption of 
Constitution, 17. 450-510; as head 
of MS. Dept. of Library of Con- 



156 



FORDAM-FOSTER 



gress, 18. 464, 19. 400; communi- 
cates Hamilton's notes on Fed. 
Conven., 18. 348-362; docs, in case 
of Saml. Shrimpton, 19. 37-51; 
letters of Edm. Pendleton, 107- 
167; letters of Wm. Duane, 20. 
257-394. 

Fordam, Rev. Robert, at Southamp- 
ton, 2. 49. 

Fordyce, Major Charles, in Boston so- 
ciety, 10. 37. 

Foreign affairs. See Monroe Doctrine 
and nations and wars by name. 

Foren, Thomas, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Forests, masts for royal navy, 8. 98. 

Forgerson, William, of Cherry Valley 
(1762), 7. 391. 

Forman, Capt. Jonathan, in Va. cam- 
paign (1781), 6. 134. 

Forrest, James, on com. on address to 
Gage, 10. 86. ^ 

Forrester, AL, brief in prize case 
(1748), 5. 92. 

Fors, George E., and movement to 
restore Constitution, 18. 330-333. 

Forsey, , in campaign of 1760, 

5. 356. 

Forster. See Foster. 

Fort Dauphin, Haiti, massacre, 2. 369. 

Forth, Thomasine (Hilles | Boade), 2. 
156. 

Forts, on Great Island (1686), 13. 
261; Abraham, N. Y., 3. 104; Al- 
den, N. Y., 2. 447, 450; Amster- 
dam, N. Neth., 4. 247 n.; Anne, 
N. Y., 3. 103; Anne, N. Y. City, 
4. 247 n.; Beausejour, 98; Bull, 
98; Castle, Boston Harbor, 2. 158, 
4. 242, 10. 97, 12. 281, 13.230, 240, 
269; Carillon, 4. 94; Chambly, 2. 
271, 4. 400, 5. 373, 375; Crown 
Point, 1. 70, 4. 247, 392-396, 403- 
405, 5. 355-367, 380-390, 10. 498, 
13. 386-387; Dayton, N. Y.,2. 446; 
Dearborn, 111., 1. 147; Dummer, 6. 
359-381, 11. 421 ; Edward, N. Y., 3. 
103, 4. 247, 391; Erie (1814), 6. 
258; Forty, Pa., 3. 342; Frederick, 
N. Y., 4. 247; George, Ga., 252; 
George, N. Y., 94, 98, 6. 84; 
George, N. Y. City, 4. 247 n.; 
George, Va., 250; Germantown, 
N. Y., 2. 446; Halifax, Me., 2. 268, 
278; Hall, N. S., 4. 8; Herkimer, 
N. Y., 2. 453, 455; Isle-aux-Nois, 
4. 397-399, 5. 368-374, 387, 10. 
498; James, N. Y., 4. 247 n.; 
Kingston, Pa., 3. 343; L^vis, 4. 
95; Louisburg, 46, 5. 92-94, 6. 



416, 9. 13, 10. 293, 11. 422-446, 14. 
144, 17. 88-89; Loyall, Me., 13. 
245; McHenry,Md.,2.257; Miller, 
N. Y., 4. 390, 5. 353-354; Niantic 
Indians (1645), 8. 10; Niagara 
(1759), 4. 94; Piccar, Flanders, 2. 
177; Plank, N. Y., 452, 455, 456; 
Prince George, S.C, 4. 251; Rich- 
mond, Me., 2. 277; St. David, In- 
dia, 8. 501; St. Johns, Canada, 4. 
400, 6. 373; St. Therese, Canada, 

4. 400, 5. 374; Schuyler, N. Y., 2. 
446, 455, 461; Stanwix, N. Y., 
445-446, 3. 103, 104; Stedman, 
Va., 20. 94; Strong, Boston Har- 
bor, 14. 150; Sullivan (Tioga), 2. 
464, 472; Ticonderoga, 3. 103, 4. 
94, 403, 6. 354, 364, 390, 6. 83-87, 
10. 499, 12. 101-102; Washington, 
N. Y., 4. 296; Western, Me., 2. 
268, 277, 284; William, Ga., 4. 
252; William, Mass., 242 n.; Wil- 
liam and Mary, N. H., 244; Wil- 
liam and Mary, N. Y., 247 n.; 
William Henry, Me., 244; William 
Henry, 94, 247. 

Fortune J prize case in Eng. (1744), 

5. 88. 

Fortune, brig (1773), 10. 83. 
Forty Fort, in Wyoming capitula- 
tions, 3. 342. 
Fosdick, Dr. Thomas, at siege of 

Boston, 9. 47. 

Foster, , of Vt. (1776), 6. 87. 

Foster, Lieutenant, in campaign of 

1760, 5. 380. 
Foster, Abel, in Am. army (1775), 12. 

106. 
Foster, Abigail (Parker), 6. 30. 
Foster, Abraham, witchcraft peti- 
tion, 1. 110. 
Foster, Alfred D., gift to M.H.S., 3. 

12. 
Foster, Capt. Asa, at Half -Way Brook 

fight (1758), 6. 33. 
Foster, Bossenger [1], characterized, 

12. 142; mentioned by J. Q. 

Adams (1787), 16. 308, 310, 341; 

juror (1789), 19. 180. 
Foster, Bossenger [2], J. Q. Adams's 

characterization, 16. 338 n. ; biog. 

note, 338 n. ; enters Parson's law 

office, 452. 
Foster, Comfort, 19. 58. 
Foster, Daniel, in Am. army (1775), 

12. 106. 
Foster, Edward, absentee loyalist, 10. 

164; confiscated Boston estate, 

172. 
Foster, EH, birth, 12. 330. 



FOSTER-FOURNIER LE JEUNE 



157 



Foster, Elisha, 19. 58. 

Foster, Elizabeth [Mrs. McCleary], 

15. 256. 
Foster, F. Apthorp, on issues of U. S. 

stamps, 20. 10. 
Foster, Hannah, birth, 12. 330. 
Foster, Henry, in campaign of 1760, 

4. 392. 

Foster, Hopestill, 4. 204; death, 13. 
371 n. 

Foster, Rev. Isaac, preaches for 
Mather (1675), 13. 356. 

Foster, James, of Mass. (1681), 19. 
58. 

Foster, Rev. James, of England, anec- 
dote, 19. 374. 

Foster, Jedediah, on Mass. Com. of 
Corresp., 4. 85-90; mentioned, 7. 
387. 

Foster, John [d. 1681], and Hubbard's 
map (1677), 4. 13, 203-205, 19. 54; 
death, 4. 204, 19. 55; "and colon, 
seal, 4. 204, J.9. 54; engraving of 
Rich. Mather, 8. 150, 19. 51, 53; 
funeral elegies, 8. 389-395; first 
printer in Boston, 9. 411, 19. 55; 
works printed by (1675-81), 9. 
437-452, 12. 275, 386, 410, 17. 57; 
almanacs (1680-81), 9. 449, 451- 
452; first Boston imprint, 12. 416, 
13. 174-177; uses Johnson's outfit, 
12. 417, 13. 399; paper on, 19. 
51-60; birth, 52; primarily an en- 
graver, 52; first work, 52-53; 
self-taught, 53; view of Boston, 
54; gravestones, 55-58; will, 58; 
AUTOG., 59; inventory, 59. 

Foster, John, sea-captain (1691), 7. 
158, 160, 163. 

Foster, John, death (1711), 1. 161; 
descendants, 3. 207; and North 
Writing School, 4. 193 ; and Andros 
(1689), 9. 478; on trade com. 
(1686), 13. 248; petition as to 
Casco Bay (1686), 270; named for 
Council (1691), 14. 217; justice of 

• peace (1708), 16. 523. 

Foster, Deacon John, of Plymouth, 
3. 414 n. 

Foster, John, Harvard D.D. (1815), 

5. 180. 

Foster, Joseph, of Brookfield, 7. 397, 

398. 
Foster, Lydia [Mrs. Hutchinson], 3. 

207. 
Foster, Mary, captured by Indians, 5. 

115. 
Foster, Mary [Mrs. Chamberlain], 20. 

119. 
Foster, Mary [Mrs. Sale], 19. 58. 



Foster, Mercy [Mrs. Russell], 3. 

403 n., 14. 155. 
Foster, Sir Michael, J. Q. Adams on 

Crown Law, 16. 416, 418. 
Foster, Miriam [Mrs. Choate], 11. 124. 
Foster, Nathaniel, 3. 403 n. 
Foster, Patience, 19. 58. 
Foster, Phinehas, 6. 30. 
Foster, Richard, sea-captain (1691), 

7. 157, 165. 

Foster, Samuel [1], removes to 

Chelmsford (1655), 12. 323; chil- 
dren, 330. 
Foster, Samuel [2], birth, 12. 330; 

baptism, 331. 
Foster, Sarah (Blood), of Grot on, 

6. 29, 30. 
Foster, Simon, recruit (1758), 6. 25. 
Foster, Standfast, 19. 58. 
Foster, Stephen, killed (1758), 6. 22, 

23; recruit, 25; effects appraised, 

29. 
Foster, Thankful [Mrs. Baker], 19. 

58. 
Foster, Theodore A., 18. 262. 
Foster, Thomas, of Roxbury, protest 

against students' long hair (1672), 

9. 99. 
Foster, Thomas [1], of Plymouth, 

office, 2. 232; guest of Old Colony 

Club, 3. 414, 430, 432, 433, 435; 

biog. note, 414 n. 
Foster, Thomas [2], letter to Old 

Colony Club (1772) for copy of 

Church's History, 3. 428-429; 

guest of Club, 432, 440. 
Foster, Thomas [3], loyalist refugee, 

2. 234. 
Foster, Deacon Thomas, of Boston, 

member of ''Possee," 10. 38. 
Foster, William, Roxbury estate, 14. 

47 n. 
Foster, Capt. ( ?) William S., at Lundy's 

Lane, 6. 257. 
Foston, Christopher, of Eng. (1612), 

8. 508. 

Fould, Achille, as statesman, 16. 469. 

Foule. See Fowle. 

Foulsham, Robert, of Eng. (1669), 1. 

137. 
Foulsham, William, of Eng. (1669), 

I. 137. 

Fountaine, George, letter to Rich. 

Cutt (1670), 19. 289. 
bouquet. See Belle-Isle. 
Four Friends, schooner (1760), 2. 229., 
Fourcarde, , smuggling device, 

II. 208. 

Fournier le Jeune, and Franklin, 20. 
28, 31. 



158 



FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT-FRANCE 



Fourteenth Amendment, necessity, 

3. 335. 

Fourth of July, as commemorating 
Independence, 15. 510; Boston's 
first celebration, 16. 100; celebra- 
tion in Boston (1788), 433-435. 
See also Independence. 

Fowey, Eng., and Marblehead, Mass., 

4. 337. 

Fowey, Brit, war-ship (1750), 6. 95. 

Fowle, , militia clerk in Brain- 
tree (1691), 1. 163. 

Fowle, Lieutenant, in Phips's Quebec 
expedition, 15. 295. 

Fowle, Edward A., engraving by, 9. 
28. 

Fowle, Isaac, of Charlestown, 7. 168. 

Fowle, Mrs. Mary, death, 7. 169. 

Fowle, Peter, selectman of Charles- 
town, 7. 152. 

Fowle, Rev. Robert, 16. 415; biog. 
note, 415 n. 

Fowle, William B., reproduction of 
Hubbard's map, 4. 20. 

Fowle, Zechariah, death (1678), 7. 
169. 

Fowler, Cayt. Abraham, letter (1705), 

5. 301. 

Fowler, Asa, port., 8. 196. 

Fowler, John, exile in Amsterdam, 6. 
52. 

Fowler, Philip, petition (1637), 3. 199. 

Fowler, Rebekah, witchcraft petition, 
1. 111. 

Fowler, Theodosius, journal of Sulli- 
van's expedition, 2. 438. 

Fowler, Thomas, of Boston (1694), 7. 
167. 

Fowler, William, prize case (1750), 5. 
96. 

Fowles, Ca'pt. (?) John, in Va. cam- 
paign (1781), 6. 148. 

Fox, Miss, of Eng. (1786), 17. 358. 

Fox, Charles B., bequest of Civil War 
journal to M.H.S.,12. 342; typical 
extracts, 343-344; career and 
character, 344. 

Fox, Charles James, and Brit, 
ministry, 3. 131. 

Fox, George, Roger Williams's work 
on, 3. 258, 259, 12. 386. 

Fox, Gustavus Vasa, death, 1. 169 ; 
on naval preparation for war with 
England, 16. 467; on Craven and 
the Sumter, 467. 

Fox, Henry Edward, commission to 
Edw. Winslow, 2. 241 ; letter from 
Carleton (1783), 3. 74; letters to 
Edw. Winslow (1783) offer of 
appointment, 77; on employing 



troops, 78; (1784) on appoint- 
ments for Canada, 78-81. 

Fox, Rev. Jabez, death, 1. 156; autog., 
9. 435; preface to Mather's Ca^es 
of Conscience, 17. 40. 

Fox, John, baptized (1694), 7. 167. 

Fox, Robert, of Eng. (1623), 8. 513. 

Fox, Rev. Thomas B., sermon, 19. 
357. 

Fox, Rev. William J., described 
(1839), 10.236; hymn, 17. 138; as 
preacher, 19. 460. 

Foxborough, Mass., views, 2. 394. 

Foxcroft, Bridget [Mrs. Wheatland], 

9. 278. 

Foxcroft, John, post-office affairs, 16. 
196-200, 205, 228. 

Foxcroft, Rev. Thomas (Francis), 
preaches in Boston (1717), 8. 219; 
Watts's correspondent, 9. 410; 
book owned by, 429. 

Foy. See also Foye. 

Foy, Lieutenant, in N. S. (1796), 3. 71. 

Foy, as name for Marblehead, 4. 336- 
337. 

Foye, John, sea-captain (1691), 7. 
157; captured by French, 159; re- 
turns, 168. 

Foye, John, subscribes to Merchants' 
Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Foye, William, director of Merchants' 
Notes scheme (1733), 17. 189, 196, 
207. 

Fraley, Frederick, at Am. Philos. Soc. 
celebration, 8. 265 ; ninetieth birth- 
day, 9. 103; activity, 104; port., 

10. 125. 

Frame, EUzabeth, gifts to M.H.S., 
6. 285, 7. 455, 8. 21. 

Framingham, Mass., Shays's insur- 
gent, 1. 299; population (1790), 4. 
136; polls (1784), 139; view 
(1808), 9. 28; pastor ordained 
(1701), 14. 32; tavern (1812), 19. 
367. 

France. — See also analyzed refer- 
ences under French Revolution, 
Louisiana Purchase, New France, 
Paris, and rulers and wars by 
name. — Unofficial mission to 
(1861), 1. 203-209; Priestley on 
Am. relations (1798), 3. 18-20; 
Directory and debt, 21; X Y Z 
mission, 22, 15. 89; discovery of 
Am. and relig. wars in, 8. 35 ; cru- 
elty, 43 n., and Span. Am. (1823), 
15. 382, 429 ; interference with voy- 
age of Am. ministers (1823), 427 
supremacy of legislature, 16. 242 
financial edict (1784), 17. 322 



FRANCHISE-FRANKLIN 



159 



Brit, treaty (1786), 357; Am. 

trade (1787), 455, 485; Am. 

Consular Convention (1788), 509; 

revolution of 1830, 19. 468; Corps 

Legislatif (1867), 20. 192; and 

non-importation (1806), 296. 
Franchise. See Suffrage. 
Francis I. of France, and Am. voyages, 

8. 75, 77. 
Francis I. of Two Sicilies, in 1829, 

19. 444. 

Francis, Gonvers, on old map of 
Stony Brook locality, 2. 203; as 
member M.H.S., 5. 5; Commence- 
ment part (1815) and biog. notes, 
180, 180 71, 9. 121 n. ; Harvard D.D. 
(1837), 5. 220; reprinted M.H.S. 
papers, 6. 231; on authorship of 
Day-Breaking, 394; memoir of 
John Allyn, 7. 121; of Gamaliel 
Bradford, 122; of John Davis, 122 ; 
of E. S. Goodwin, 123; B K 
prayer (1828), 9. 121; oration 
(1829), 122; at bicentenary of 
N. Eng. Confed., 19. 361. 

Francis, Ebenezer, and John Kebler, 

5. 227. 

Francis, Tench, Sr. (1754), 7. 341. 
Francklyn, Gilbert, letter on Declara- 
tory Act (1766), 11. 446. 
Franco-German War, Berlin during, 

20. 193; Moltke's preparedness, 
193; Napoleon at Wilhelmshohe, 
193. 

Frangois, Jean, commands Haitian 
insurgent blacks, 2. 321; Fort 
Dauphin massacre, 371; harsh 
rule, 371. 

Frank, Richard, exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 52. 
Frankfurt-am-Main, Judengasse, 14. 

289. 

Frankland, Agnes (Surriage), Lady, in 
Boston society, 10. 34-36. 

Frankland, Sir Charles Henry, in 
Boston, 10. 34. 

Frankland, Thomas, prize case (1752), 
5. 100. 

Franklin. See also Francklyn. 

Franklin, Mrs. Ann, gravestone, 6. 
518. 

Franklin, Benjamin [Letters follow], 
and privateering, 1. 24; Mignet's 
biog., 144; Peter Oliver on, 164; 
Signer, -282; and Northeastern 
boundary, 3. 89, 359, 362, 366-367, 
4. 60; ports., 350, 6. 417, 8. 172, 
19. 16; andAugustinDupre,5. 349; 
Dupre's medals, 351; and Neiv 
England C our ant, 6. 517; possible 



origin of epitaph, 8. 390, 392; 
Roman street named after, 11. 
285; stigma of Hutchinson Letters 
affair, 292; iron medal, 12. 189; 
Jefferson on attitude (1775), 
269; draft of Stiles's letter to, 14. 
320; Rich. Price on, 17. 281, 287, 
306; Prof. John Winthrop on, 286, 
291; Van der Capellen on, 317 n.; 
health (1786), 344, 354, 355; Rush 
on death, 375; Vaughan on, in 
peace negotiations, 409, 421, 423- 
426, 432, 434; and position for son 
(1782), 414 n.; and Brit, mission, 
429; and non-Am. negotiations, 
435-438; Lee's abuse, 19. 118; 
port, on stamps, 20. 7, 9, 10; 
statuette by Nini, 27-31; photog. 
of statuette, 27; and Comtesse 
d'Houdetot, 58; bicentenary, 246- 
247; Duane's ed. of works, 298, 
341, 345; bicentenary medal, 395; 
device for medal designed by, 410- 
411. See also Franklin Fund. 

Letters: from Jas. Bowdoin 
(1788) introducing friends, 4. 302; 
(1780) greeting, 8. 290; (1785) 
introducing Bulfinch, 12. 143; 
— from Jas. Parker and others 
(1741-73), 16. 186-232; partner- 
ship agreement with Parker, 186- 
189; Parker's debt, 192, 195, 197, 

. 204, 215, 228-232; post-office 
affairs, 492, 194, 197-199, 205-208, 
211, 217-228; — to and from 
Rich. Price (1767-87), 17. 263, 264, 
310, 325, 348, 366 [see Price]. 

Franklin, Ebenezer, gravestone, 6. 
518; drowned, 14. 21. 

FrankUn, James, and New-England 
C our ant, 6. 517. 

Franklin, Jane, Lady, journey in 
Levant with (1831-32), 19. 476, 
479-487, 490-502; character, 477, 
503. 

Franklin, John, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Franklin, Sir John, at Corfu (1831), 
character, 19. 484, 502. 

Franklin, Joseph, gravestone, 6. 518. 

Franklin, Josiah, 6. 518, 14. 21. 

Franklin, Samuel, sign, 4. 243 n. 

Franklin, Gov. William, and appoint- 
ment to N. Brun. (1784), 3. 79; in 
1754, 7. 340; father and post for 
(1782), 17. 414. 

Franklin, William Temple, and North- 
eastern boundary, 3. 89. 

Franklin, State of, conditions (1787), 
17. 459. 



160 



FRANKLIN-FRELINGHUYSEN 



Franklin, expedition (1775), 1. 17. 

Franklin and Marshall College, open- 
ing and plan, 17. 368 n. 

Franklin Fund, history, 12. 17-29; 
provisions in Franklin^s will, 17- 
19; action by Boston, 19-20; 
result of scheme of loans, 21- 
23; financial result (1891), 23; re- 
sults in Philadelphia, 23 n.; suit 
against, 23 ; and Franklin Park, 24 ; 
trades school, 25-27; estimate of 
fund in 1991, 25; board of mana- 
gers, 27-29. 

Franklin Park, Boston, origin of 
name, 12. 24. 

Franks, David S., 17. 457. 

Franks, Priestley's use, 3. 25, 27; 
Mrs. Adams's use, 276. 

Frary, Theophilus, theological zeal, 
11. 122. 

Fraser. See also Frazer, Frazier. 

Fraser, , admiralty suit (1776), 

10. 102. 

Fraser, Lieut. John, accounts (1783), 
3. 75. 

Fraser, Simon, killed at Freeman's 
Farm, 3. 107. 

Fraternity, in Phips's Quebec ex- 
pedition, 15. 307. 

Frazee, John, bust of Marshall, 14. 
356 ri. 

Frazer. See also Fraser, Frazier. 

Frazer, Major John G., at Ticon- 
deroga (1776), 6. 82, 84, 86. 

Frazier, Addison, of Ga., 20. 516, 519. 

Frazier, Allen, of Ga., 20. 516. 

Frazier, John A., of Ga., 20. 516. 

Frazier, John H., of Ga., 20. 516. 

Frazier, Mary, and J. Q. Adams 
(1788-89), 16. 372, 454. 

Frazier, Moses, mentioned in J. Q. 
Adams's diary (1788), 16. 363, 375, 
415, 420, 423, 448, 454; biog. note, 
. 363 n. 

Fra»zier, Nathan, purchases confis- 
cated Boston estate, 10. 172. 

Frazier, William, of Ga., 20. 516. 

Frazier's Ferry, Va. (1781), 6. 148. 

Freake, John, killed, 13. 344 n. 

Frederica, Ga., name as royal me- 
morial, 4. 252. 

Frederick, Md., in 1836, 7. 265. 

Frederick, Fort, N. Y., name as royal 
memorial, 4. 247. 

Fredericksburg, Va., in 1804, 2. 17, 33 

Fredericktown, Md. name as royal 
memorial, 4. 250. 

Free Religious Association, 10. 527. 

Free Soil party, Lincoln on, 2. 416 w. ; 
origin in Mass., 3. 147, 13. 200; in 



campaign of 1848, 201; Sumner 
as leader, 20. 541. 

Freebody, -, trader at Newport 

(1777), 2. 235. 

Freeman, , sea-captain (1768), 

10. 35. 

Freeman, Captain, of Norwich, at 
Am. camp (1775), 9. 47. 

Freeman, Edward Augustus, hist, 
method, 6. 267; death announced, 
7. 348; M.H.S. tribute to, as his- 
torian, 421-425; appreciation of 
geography, 423; investigations for 
History of Sicily, 424 ; and classics, 
425. 

Freeman, Elizabeth, relic, 1. 2-4; 
career, 3, 41; port., 42, 

Freeman, Fear [Mrs. Sears], 2. 407. 

Freeman, James, Clarke's biog., 2. 
392 ; Priestley sends book to, 3. 33 ; 
letter from Priestley (1800) on 
theology, 33; letter from Thacher 
(1796) on Priestley, 39; gifts to 
M.H.S., 294, 8. 279; and record of 
census of 1765, 4. 138; and J. F. 
Clarke, 320; character, 321, 328- 
334; Harvard D.D. (1811), 5. 176; 
reprinted M.H.S. paper, 6. 
231; and beginning of M.H.S., 
278; memoir, 7. 123; memoir of 
G. R. Minot, 24; junior member 
M.H.S., 9. 94; and Boston Maga- 
zine, 18. 326; article on Boston, 
328. 

Freeman, John, of Ala., 20. 517. 

Freeman, Joseph, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 182. 

Freeman, Martha (Curtis | Clarke), 
4. 320. 

Freeman, Gen. Nathaniel [1], biog. 
note, 16. 320 n. 

Freeman, Nathaniel [2], mentioned in 
J. Q. Adams's diary (1787), 16. 
304, 336, 365, 370; 0BK orator 
(1787), 311 ; Adams's characteriza- 
tion, 311 w., 19. 385; biog. note, 16. 
311 n.; exhibition part (1786), 
342 n. 

Freeman, William, servant of Gov. 
Winthrop, 13. 60 n. 

Freeman Place Chapel, Boston, 4. 326. 

Freeman's Farm, battles, 3. 105, 107, 
6. 94, 97; anniversary, 121. 

Freetown, Mass., and Shays's Rebel- 
lion, 1. 76. 

Freire, Johannes, map, and Cartier's 
voyages, 7. 305, 11. 380. 

Frelinghuysen, Theodore, speech on 
Indians (1830), 14. 406; and tariff 
(1832), 19. 523. 



FREMONT-FROST 



161 



Fremont, John C, hist, unimportance 
of defeat (1856), 11. 113-114; E. L. 
Pierce on (1856), 18. 366. 

French, -^— , (1788), 16. 452. 

French, Adam, Works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 152; character- 
ized, 153. 

French, Benjamin, port, of Webster 
owned by, 2. 263. 

French, Benjamin Franklin, death 
announced, 4. 102; career, 102- 
103. 

French, Charles E., bequest to M.H.S., 
19. 304, 20. 228; gift to M.H.S. 
from heirs, 227. 

French, Daniel C, statuette of stand- 
ing figure of John Harvard, 10. 
292. 

French, Mrs. Helen, death, 1. 164, 14. 
27. 

French, Jacob, anthem by, 3. 47. 

French, Jonathan, gift to M.H.S., 4. 
10'9; at class reunion (1848), 5. 
255-258. 

French, Peter, exhibition part (1780), 
18. 222. 

French, Ralph H., at class reunion 
(1848), 5. 255-258. 

French, Rodney, in Mass. Conven. 
(1853), 18. 35. 

French, Samuel, in Mass. Conven. 
(1853), 18. 35. 

French, Susanna [Mrs. Nutting], 8. 
23. 

French, Wilfred A., gift to M.H.S., 6. 
417. 

French & Son, James, port, of Web- 
ster owned by, 2. 263. 

French- American War of 1798, Priest- 
ley on, 3. 18-20 ; fights with French 
privateers, 9. 280-283, 12. 250-252. 

French and Indian War, funds for 
Crown Point expedition (1755), 1. 
70; thanksgiving (1760), 2. 261; 
Levis Papers, 4. 92-110, 308; 
Bougainville's journal, 99; Wood's 
journal (1760), 386; antagonism of 
regulars and provincials, 394, 5. 
361, 389; journals of campaign of 
1760, 4. 384-409, 6. 352-396 [see 
Holden (David)^ Jenks (Samuel)]; 
treatment of habitans (1760), 4. 
400, 5. 377; battle of Lake George, 
416-418, 18.200,317-325; papers 
of Groton company (1758), .6. 21- 
33; soldiers' effects, 21, 25-29; 
Half- Way Brook fight, 22, 32-33; 
pay of Mass. forces (1758), 31; re- 
turn of a Mass. company (1760), 
426-430; ballad on 1755, 9. 3-5; 



Crown Point expedition (1755), 13, 
384-387; Braddock's defeat, 387: 
Shirley's Niagara campaign, 16 
73-76; contemp. mapss, 18. 399, 
papers of Gen. John Thomas, 422. 

French Exposition of 1856, Vattemare 
and American exhibit, 1. 272. 

French Revolution, influence on free 
mulattoes of Haiti, 2. 309-311; 
news in Haiti, 314-315; atlas of 
wars (to 1806), 4. 46; cause, 9. 
547; age of polit. leaders, 11. 229- 
231; Va. Republican on, 15. 141- 
147; Jefferson on States General 
(1789), 17. 372-374; Rich. Price 
and, 376. 

French Spoliation Claims, original 
claimant, 3. 98. 

French Town, Md. (1781), 6. 158. 

Freneau, PhiUp, on terms *' Colum- 
bia" and ''America," 2. 164, 165. 

Fret well, Anthony, Pilgrim at Ley den, 
17. 182. 

Frey (Fry), Captain, of Mohawk Val- 
ley (1762), 7. 391. 

Friday Club, 14. 472-473; members, 
16. ~ 465; conversations in, 465- 
468. 

Friendship (Meduncook), Me., in 
1776, 2. 304. 

Friendship, Mass. ship (1686), 13. 
254 ; in Phips's Quebec expedition, 
15. 306. 

Friesland, medal commemorating rec- 
ognition of U. S., 7. 21. 

Frobisher. See also Febersheare. 

Frobisher, Benjamin, letter to Mabane 
(1784) on Northern boundary, 3. 
369. 

Frolic, launched, 16. 182. 

From a Gentleman of Boston, 12. 282. 

Frontenac, Comte Louis de Buade de, 
Phips's Quebec expedition, 15. 
281-320 [see Phips's]. 

Frontiersmen, character, 20. 80. 

Frost, Charles, killed by Indians, 1. 
151, 12. 284; appointed justice of 
peace (1686), 13. 230; judicial 
power, 246; and records of Maine 
(1686), 258. 

Frost, (?) Edmund, charges against 
Anne Hutchinson, 4. 162-163. 

Frost, John, at Fort Dummer (1724), 
6. 366. 

Frost, John, Machias trader (c. 1770), 
3. 92. 

Frost, Joseph, Sec. of Council of State 
(1652), 13. 33. 

Frost, Joseph, constable of Charles- 
town (1690), 7. 152. 



11 



162 



FROST-FROTHINGHAM 



Frost, Joseph, in Am. army (1775), 
12. 106. 

Frost, Scripture, on Indian scout 
(1748), 6. 431. 

Frost, Walter, letter to Winthrop 
(1647) on iron works, 8. 15, 13. 
28; grant of Bahamas (1650), 5; 
career, 32-33. 

Frost; Walter [2], 13. 33. 

Frothingham, Ann G. (Brooks), char- 
acter, 10. 509. 

Frothingham, Caroline E. (Curtis), 
10. 513. 

Frothingham, Cornelia [Mrs. Wolcott], 
18. 87. 

Frothingham, Mary (Thompson), 1. 
381. 

Frothingham, Nathaniel, of Charles- 
town (1678), 7. 169. 

Frothingham, Nathaniel Langdon, 
Commencement part (1811) and 
biog. notes, 5. 175, 175 n., 9. 114 n. ; 
Master's oration (1814), 5. 179; 
Harvard D.D. (1836), 218; re- 
printed M.H.S. papers, 6. 231; 
memoir of T. M. Harris, 7. 123; of 
W. P. Lunt, 123; 0BK poem 
(1813), 9. 114; oration (1825), 120; 
as Unitarian, 10. 507-509; charac- 
ter, 509 ; at bicentenary of N. Eng. 
Confed., 19. 361. 

Frothingham, Octavius Brooks, 
elected a member M.H.S., 3. 215; 
on Library Com. (1889), 4. 309; 
reports, 359, 382; list of publica- 
tions (1888-92), 348, 6. 404, 7. 369; 
Commencement part (1843), 5. 237; 
on com. to pub. Belknap Papers, 
347; Memoir of James Walker, 
6. 443-468; on Nominating Com. 
(1893), 8. 151; report, 200; Me- 
moir OF Francis Parkman, 520- 
562; on G. E.Ellis, 9. 252-255; on 
Leverett Saltonstall, 10. 142-145; 
Memoir of G. E. Ellis, 207-255; 
M.H.S. tributes to, 363-369; in- 
herited traits, 363; character and 
deficiencies, 364, 535-536; as ora- 
tor, 364; activities, 364, 526, 529 
and antislavery movement, 365 
513-515, 520; Salem pastorate 
and resignation, 365, 513-515, 520 
New York ministry, 366-369, 521- 
526, 528; Memoir by J. P. Quincy, 
507-539; port, and autog., 507; 
early environment, 507-509; birth 
and ancestry, 509; education, 510 
in Divinity School, 511-513; anti- 
slavery hymn, 513; marriage, 513, 
transcendentalist, 515; in Europe, 



extracts from letters, 516^518, 
528; crisis in belief, influence of 
Parker, 518-520; Jersey City pas- 
torate, 520; and children, 523- 
524; and Free Religious Assoc, 
527; health, 528; later years in 
Boston, 529; in M.H.S., 529; 
death, 529; cremation, 529; relig. 
opinions, 530-533; and present 
Unitarianism, 533-534; impor- 
tance and influence, 536-539. 

Frothingham, Polly, school, 1. 381. 

Frothingham, Richard [1], 1. 381. 

Frothingham, Richard [2], 1. 381. 

Frothingham, Richard [3], port. 
and AUTOG., 1. front. ; and Hutchin- 
son's diary, 167, 388; doubts date 
of signing of Declaration, 274 ; on 
Maiden's Instructions on Inde- 
pendence, 336; Memoir by Chas. 
Deane, 381-393; birth and ances- 
try, 381; early home, 381; edu- 
cation, 381; clerk, 381; journalist, 
382, 389; official positions, 382, 
384, 18. 34; public addresses, 1. 
382; politics, 383; religion, 383; 
and Tufts College, 383; societies, 
384, 389; honorary degrees, 384; 
collection of hist, material, 384; 
literary training, 384 ; works, 384- 
387, 393; in M.H.S., 387-388, 5. 
123; bill to secure bank notes, 1. 
389; and outbreak of Civil War, 
389; and State statues at Wash- 
ington, 389; and Corcoran riot, 
389; welcome to Kossuth, 390; 
decline and death, 391; character, 
391; recollections of distinguished 
persons, 391; as cicerone of Bun- 
ker Hill, 392; marriage, 392; 
M.H.S. fund in memory of, 392; 
funeral, 392; family, 393; —Wash- 
ington Monument appeal, 2. 143, 
144; in M.H.S. group pictures 
(1869), 3. vii; (1858), 6. 78; MSS. 
presented, 4. 376; M.H.S. circular 
letter (1861), 6. 213; reprinted 
M. H. S. papers, 231-232 ; on genesis 
of Mass. town govt., 7. 179 n., 215, 
361; books from library of, pre- 
sented, 10. 256, 441. See also 
Richard Frothingham Fund. 

Frothingham, Thomas G., 1. 393; 
presents MSS. and books of Rich. 
Frothingham, 4. 376, 10. 256, 
444; other gifts to M.H.S., 5. 451, 
452, 10. 570. 

Frothingham, Vrylena (Blanchard), 
1. 392; establishes Richard Froth- 
ingham Fund, 392. 



FROTHINGHAM-FURNESS 



163 



Frothingham, William, immigrant, 1. 

381. 
Froude, James Anthony, M.H.S. 

tribute to, 9. 180; in Boston (1872), 

12. 126; Gardiner on, 16. 8; on 

Elizabeth, 9. 
Fruit. See Horticulture. 
Fry. See also Frey, Frye. 
Fry, Lieut. John, at siege of Louis- 
burg (1745), 11. 420, 445. 
Fry, Nathaniel, death at Wyoming, 

3. 346. 
Frye, , of Preston, Conn. (1795), 

3. 44. 
Frye, Capt. Isaac, surprised by In- 
dians (1777), 3. 105. 
Frye, Col. James [1], 6. 427; at siege 

of Louisburg (1745), 11. 420, 439, 

440. 
Frye, James [2], recruit (1760), 6. 

427. 
Frye, Gen. Joseph, at interment of 

W^arren 10. 99 
Frye, Peter, death (1820), 5. 187. 
Fryeburg, Me. See Lovewell's Fight. 
Fryer, Nathaniel, in N. H. Council, 

8. 93; justice of peace (1686), 13. 

230; on trade com. 249. 
Fugitive slaves, in Conn. (1702), 5. 

300; N. Y. case (1787), 8. 175; 

personal-liberty law in Mass., 11. 

394; search for (1782), 19. 158, 

161-163. 
Fuller, , innkeeper at Mendon 

(1804), 2. 32. 
Fuller, Agnes (Carpenter), Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 174. 
Fuller, Alice (Glascock), Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 182. 
Fuller, Bridget (Lee), Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 174. 
Fuller, Rev. Daniel, at Harvard Com- 
mencements (1814-24), 5, 179, 182, 

189, 192; at Am. camp (1775), 7. 

401, 413. 
Fuller, Elisha, Commencement part 

(1815) and biographical note, 6. 

180, 180 n. 
Fuller, Mrs. Hannah, visits army 

(1775), 7. 401. 
Fuller, Henry H., 0BK oration 

(1823), 9. 119; biog. note, 119 n.; 

and change in B K constitution, 

15. 205 n. 
Fuller, Mrs. Henry H. (Washburn), 

17. 512. 
Fuller, Ensign John, on com. on war 

expenses (1676), 12. 402. 
Fuller, Mrs. Jonathan, suicide, 1. 

155, 14. 20. 



Fuller, Margaret, and J. F. Clarke, 4. 
323. 

Fuller, Melville W., ancestor, 6. 30; 
tribute to R. C. Winthrop, 10. 
405-407. 

Fuller, Nicholas, on *' America" and 
^'Columbina," 2. 161. 

Fuller, Richard F., Commencement 
part (1844), 5. 243^, biog. note, 
243 n. 

Fuller, Samuel, on proposed site of 
Boston, 2. 203 n. ; exile at Am- 
sterdam, 6. 52 ; Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 174. 

Fuller, Stephen, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Fuller, Susanna [Mrs. White], 17. 
176. 

Fuller, Timothus, death in Am. 
army (1775), 7. 410. 

Fuller, William, petition (1637), 3. 199. 

Fuller, William A., memorial on Con- 
stitution, 18. 332. 

Fullington, Sergeant William, in cam- 
paign of 1760, 5. 361. 

Fulton, James, Jr., letter to Adams 
(1836) on slavery, 15. 462. 

Fumell, , Portsmouth fisherman 

(1776), 2. 303. 

Funday. See Fonda. 

Fundy, Bay of, early cartog., 7. 306. 

Funds of M.H.S. See Finances of 
M.H.S., and funds by name. 

Funerals, first prayer at, in Boston 
(1730), 5. 331-332; military (1775), 
7. 411, 9. 74; (1861-65), 12. 343; 
rings, 8. 217, 219; civil (1775), 9. 
86; important Boston (1766-74), 
10. 27; former extravagance, 12. 
147. See also next title and 
Tombs. 

Funeral elegies (1681, 1710), 8. 387- 
395. 

Fur trade, Ledyard's scheme, 7. 416; 
Oregon-China (1789), 417; Mass. 
attempt on Delaware River (1644), 
12. 213-214. 

Furber, Frederick, Commencement 
part (1831), 5. 206; biog. note, 
206 n. 

Furber, William, on wreck of Angel 
Gabriel, 17. 82. 

Furgeson. See Forgeson. 

Furlong, Major Jonathan, in Boston 
society, 10. 37. 

Furman. See Forman. 

Furnass, Brig. Major John, in cam- 
paign of 1760, 5. 360. 

Furness, Horace H., at Franklin bi- 
centenary, 20. 246. 



164 



FURNESS-GALWAY 



Fumess, William H., Harvard D.D. 

(1847), 6. 253; on Everett as 

professor, 12. 370. 
Further Accompt of progresse of Gospel, 

extant copies, 10. 338. See also 

Farther. 
Fyfield, Guy, house in Boston (1693), 

7. 165. 



G 

G., C, exile in Amsterdam, 6. 51. 

G., P., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 59. 

Gabrielli, Princess, in 1830, 19. 455. 

Gaddess, Charles W., gift to M.H.S., 
2. 395. 

Gadsby, , innkeeper at Alexan- 
dria, Va. (1804), 2. 33. 

Gadsby's Hotel, Baltimore (1812), 
19. 375. 

Gadsden, Christopher, letter to Jeffer- 
son (1787) on Constitution, French 
trade, 17. 485; imprisonment, 19. 
117. 

Gadsden, Thomas, Commencement 
part (1818) and biog. note, 6. 
184 n. 

Gage, John, petition (1637), 3. 199. 

Gage, Thomas, writs for General 
Court (1774, '75), 1. 193, 194, 196; 
obedience to, refused, 196; Eden 
on, 224; commission to Edw. 
Winslow, 2. 233; seizure of arms 
in Boston, 4. 193; as character in 
French play, 9. 108-109; in Boston 
(1768), 10. 69-71; reception as 
Gov., 84; ball for, 85; addresses 
to (1774), 85, 14. 49 n.-51 n. ; agree- 
ment with Boston (1775), 10. 91- 
92, 16. 93 n., 17. 290; and Mass. 
Regulating Act, 272 ; fortifies Bos- 
ton, 284, 289 ; letter to Trumbull, 
288; and seizure of chief rebels, 
295; and burning of Charlestown, 
303. 

Gagetown, N. Brun., 3. 67. 

Gaillard, John, length of service in 
Senate, 10. 10. 

Gaillardet, Fr^d^ric, Aristocratic en 
Amerique, 5. 165. 

Gaine, Hugh, 16. 221, 225. 

Gaines, Gen. Edmund P., at Fort 
Erie (1814), 6. 258; court-martial 
for Fla. War (1836), 7. 265. 

Gainsborough, Eng., tercentenary of 
Robinson's ministry, 15. 493. 

Galbaud, General, in command at 
Cape Frangais, 2. 334; and claims 
of Am. merchants, 334-335; ar- 



rested by commissioners, 335; in 
U. S., 335 n. ; and the massacre, 
337-338. 

Galbaud, Major, taken prisoner at 
Cape Frangais, 2. 335 n., 338. 

Gale, , of Norwich, at Am. camp 

(1775), 9. 73. 

Gale, Greorge, and ratification of 
Constitution, 17. 504. 

Gale, Capt. Samuel, at siege of Boston, 
9. 58, 79, 81, 88. 

Gale, William, letter (1785), 16. 285. 

Gales, Joseph, and Priestley, 3. 18, 
25; in 1836, 7. 264; and Madison, 
19. 377. 

Galifet, Haitian planter, 2. 372 n. 

Gallagher, Charles T., and Franklin 
Fund, 12. 28, 29. 

Gallatin, Albert, and alleged Sharp- 
less ports., 3. 183, 184; Webster 
on (1827), 14. 405; contest for seat 
(1794), 15. 145; and special mis- 
sion to Eng. (1823), 392, 419; and 
statement of Monroe Doctrine 
(1823), 393; appearance (1812), 
19. 377; in Maine, 20. 55; letter 
to Jefferson (1801) on Wm. Duane, 
258; Duane on (1806, '10), 282, 
334-338, 346. 

Gallego, , of Richmond (1804), 

2. 18. 

Gallego, Gonzalo, and Menendez's 
expedition, 8. 444, 446. 

Gallison, John, on Boston com. on 
Mo. Compromise, 7. 120 n. 

Gallop. See also Gallope, Galloupe, 
Gallup. 

Gallop, John, at Ipswich (1634), 11. 
3. 

Gallope, Goodman, of Greenwich 
(1650), 6. 12. 

Galloupe, Charles W., Boston estate, 
14. 66 n. 

Galloway, George W., in Egypt, 19. 
493. 

Galloway, Joseph (1754), 7. 342. 

Galloway, Thomas J., in Egypt, 19. 
493. 

Galloway (Gattoway), Richard, in 
campaign of 1760, 4. 396. 

Gallup, Lieut. Isaac, at siege of Bos- 
ton, 9. 71. 

Galpin, Albert, town-clerk of Wethers- 
field, 2. 148. 

Galvan, Major, in Va. campaign 
(1781), 6. 132-135, 137, 143, 144; 
at siege of Yorktown, 151. 

Galway, Henri de Massue de Ruvigny, 
1st earl of. Lord Justice in Ireland, 
2. 183. 



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165 



Galy, Jane (Jenkins), exile in Amster- 
dam (1611), 6. 52. 

Galy, Richard, exile in Amsterdam 
(1611), 6. 52. 

Gamage, William, at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1820), 5. 187. 

Gambell, Major, in Boston society 
(1768), 10. 70. 

Gamble, , of Richmond (1804), 

2. 19. 

Game laws, J Q. Adams on, 16. 308. 

Gammell, Mrs. Elizabeth, house, 16. 
456 n. 

Gammell, William, at disinterment 
of remains of Wm. Blackstone, 2. 
480 ; death announced, 4. 336. 

Gannet, Captain (1776), 6. 88. 

Gannett, Caleb, as minister in N. S. 
(1770), 4. 71, 73; biog. notes, 71 n., 
16. 410 n.; memoir, 7. 123; men- 
tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary 
(1787-88), 16. 337, 410, 432. 

Gannett, Ezra S., Harvard D.D. 
(1843), 5. 239; <?>B Sprayer (1830), 
9. 123; biog. note, 123 n. 

Gannett, Mary W. W., and Winslow 
Papers, 2. 229. 

Gannett, Rev. William C, hymns, 17. 
140. 

Gano (Greno), Rev. John, journal of 
Sullivan's expedition, 2. 437; ser- 
mons, 460-462. 

Gansevoort, Gen. Peter, regt. in 
Mohawk Valley, 2. 453, 457; at 
Lake Otsego, 459; in Sullivan's 
expedition, 471. 

Garcia, La. diva, 19. 461. 

Garden, WiUiam, of N. Brun. (1785), 

3. 83. 

Gardenier, Barent, Jefferson on 

(1811), 12. 270. 
Gardiner. See also Gardenier, Gard- 
ner, Guardner. 
Gardiner, Lieutenant (1660), 4. 277. 
Gardiner, Capt. Andrew, in Phips's 

Quebec expedition, 15. 299. 
Gardiner, Rev. Andrew, killed, 1. 

157, 14. 23. 
Gardiner, Sir Christopher, episode, 

20. 578-580. 
Gardiner, Capt. Christopher, broke 

and dismissed (1775), 7. 400. 
Gardiner, Elizabeth [Mrs. Greene], 

13. 63 n. 
Gardiner, John, Revolutionary Whig, 

3. 3; biog. note, 16. 310 n. 
Gardiner, John H., 16. 19. 
Gardiner, Rev. John S. J., and his 

father, 3. 3; on T. C. Amory, 4. 

414. 



Gardiner, Lion, port., 2. 394; narra- 
tive of Pequot War, 10. 331, 12. 
204-206; at Saybrook, 16. 485- 
486. 

Gardiner, Nathaniel, loyalist refugee, 

2. 234. 

Gardiner, Robert, as collector at 
Newport, 4. 152. 

Gardiner, Samuel Rawson, trans- 
ferred to honorary membership 
M.H.S., 11. 103; view of Crom- 
well, 12. Ill; M.H.S. tributes to, 
16. 1-13; death, 1; as linguist, 3; 
thoroughness of research, 4 ; mod- 
esty, 5 ; Irvingite, 6 ; struggles and 
success, 6; honors, 7; on other 
historians, 7; manner of labor, 8, 
11-13; on Span.-Am. War, 9; 
vitality of his history, 9-12; in- 
dustry, 11. 

Gardiner, Dr. Sylvester, keeps a car- 
riage (1768), 1. 225; settlement 
in Me., 2. 277; papers, 3. 2, 
4. 77; career, 3. 2-3; in Boston 
society, 10. 33; absentee loyalist, 
164; confiscated Boston estate, 
172. 

Gardiner, William, loyalist, 3. 3. 

Gardiner, William H., and T. H. 
Perkins, 2. 141; lawyer, 4. 415; 
Commencement part (1816) and 
biog. notes, 5. 181, 181 n., 9. 117 w.; 
Master's oration, 5. 186, 186 n.; 
0BK poem (1818), 9. 117; ora- 
tion (1834), 125; Friday Club, 14. 
473. 

Gardiner's Island, Brit, transports 
stranded on (1779), 3. 127; control 
(1683), 4. 290. 

Gardner. See also Gardiner. 

Gardner, Mrs., of Newport (1760), 7. 
345. 

Gardner, Captain, takes account of 
Massacre to Eng., 2. 122. 

Gardner, Captain, of Nantucket 
(1801), 4. 130. 

Gardner, Albert, and Nantucket 
Bank robbery, 4. 133. 

Gardner, Caleb, Jr. (1714), 8. 223. 

Gardner, Edward, petition (1637), 3. 
199. 

Gardner, Edward, at Palermo, 7. 322, 
19. 450. 

Gardner, Elizabeth [Mrs. Thomas], 

3. 385. 

Gardner, Elizabeth P. [Mrs. Gray], 

4. 23. 

Gardner, Rev. Francis [1], at Harvard 
Commencements (1809-11), 6. 174- 
176. 



166 



GARDNER-GATES 



Gardner, Francis [2], at Harvard 
Commencements (1821-30), 5. 189- 
191, 195, 202, 204. 

Gardner, Francis [3], and Phillips 
Brooks, 8. 87. 

Gardner, Henry, patent (1631), 1. 
233. 

Gardner, Henry, in Boston society 
(1778), 10..107. 

Gardner, Henry, at class reunion 
(1848), 5. 255-258. 

Gardner, Henry J., in Mass. Conven. 
(1853), 18. 34. 

Gardner, Henry R., gift to M.H.S., 
16. 146. 

Gardner, Isaac, barn raising (1714), 
8. 224. 

Gardner, Isaac, killed at Lexington, 
7.32. 

Gardner, Gen. Isaac S. [1], at Wash- 
ington (1812), 19. 376, 377, 379. 

Gardner, Isaac S. [2], 19. 376. 

Gardner, James, exhibition part 
(1788), 16. 408; Commencement 
part (1788), 439. 

Gardner, Dr. John, in Bristol, Eng., 
10. 421. 

Gardner, Dr. Joseph, at Boston din- 
ner (1776), 10. 103; purchases 
confiscated Boston estate, 172. 

Gardner, Joseph P., Commencement 
spread (1847), 5. 253. 

Gardner, Mary [Mrs. Lowell], 9. 541. 

Gardner, Nathaniel, Va. trade (1651), 

Gardner, Nathaniel [? H. C. 1739], 

Isaac Watts on, 9. 374. 
Gardner, Peter, barn raising (1714),- 

8. 223. 
Gardner, Rebecca R. (Lowell), 4. 23. 
Gardner, Robert, and Rich. Cutt, 19. 

289. 
Gardner, Samuel, coroner (1686), 13. 

243. 
Gardner, Samuel Pickering, Boston 

house, 1. 315, 4. 23, 20. 180; sub- 
scription for M. H. S. building, 3. 

291; marriage of daughter, 4. 23; 

at bicentenary of N. Eng. Confed., 

19. 361. 
Gardner, Sarah [Mrs. Aspinwall], 7. 

32. 
Gardner, Sarah [Mrs. Crowninshield], 

15. 526. 
Gardner, Sarah [Mrs. Greenough], 14. 

468. 
Gardner, Thomas, Jr., bam raising 

(1714), 8. 224. 
Gardner, Thomas, on Mass, Com. of 

Corresp., 4. 85, 88-90, 



Gardner, W. P., Wm. Duane on (1800), 

20. 261. 
Gardner's Tavern, Boston, 10. 46. 
Gardoqui, Diego de, as Span, minister, 

5. 18; commission, 28 n. 
Garfield, James A., assassination, 15. 

184, 185; and P. A. Chadbourne, 

18. 450, 452. 
Garland, Edward, of Louisville, 7. 

287. 
Garland, Elizabeth [Mrs. Rolfe], 16. 

57. 
Garman, Samuel, letter (1893) on 

book worms, 8. 106. 
Gameau, Frangois X., accepts spu- 
rious Montcalm letters, 3. 202. 
Gamett, Eichard, elected a corresp. 

member M.H.S., 11. 209; death 

announced, 20. 245. 
Garnier-Pagds, Louis A., as debater, 

20. 192. 
Garret, , innkeeper at Simsbury 

(1779), 2. 478. 
Garret, Lieut. Andrew, captured at 

Cherry VaUey, 2. 450; news of, 

455. 
Garret, John, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Garrick, David, Shakespeare relic 

owned by, 2. 216. 
Garrison, Francis J., gift to M.H.S., 

3. 283. 
Garrison, William Lloyd, on death of 

Clay, 2. 424; ports., 3. 283; char- 
• acter, 18. 403, 415; and Edmund 

Quincy, 403. See also next title. 
Garrison Mob, Sumner and, 10. 481; 

Lyman's Papers relating to, 12. 138. 
Gartz, , of Baltimore (1788), 16 

401. 
Gary, Samuel, protest against stu- 
dents' long hair (1672), 9. 99. 
Gaskine, Mrs. Elizabeth, exile in Am- 
sterdam (1621), 6. 52. 
Gaskine, Henry, exile in Amsterdam 

(1621), 6. 52. 
Gasquil, , innkeeper in S. C. 

(1804), 2. 34. 
Gassett, John, petition (1637), 3. 199. 
Gastaldi, Giacomo, map (1546), 7. 

305, 11. 380. 
Gaston, William, election as Gov., 11. 

346. 
Gatcombe, Francis, subscribes to 

Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 207. 
Gates, Asa, at siege of Boston, 9. 57, 

59. 
Gates, Horatio, command (1781), 1. 

60; at Providence, 2. 237, 4. 122; 

at Albany, 2, 442; goes South, 



GATES-GENERAL COURT 



167 



443; in command against Bur- 
goyne, 3. 104; celebrates anni- 
versary of Burgoyne's surrender, 
121; at Boston (1778-79), 122, 10. 
103, 107; Du Simitiere's port., 4. 
142; Camden, 19. 112, 113, 119. 
See also Burgoyne (John). 

Gates, Mrs. Horatio, and alleged 
Sharpless ports., 3. 183. 

Gates, (?) Samuel, death in Am. army 
(1776), 12. 102. 

Gates, Capt. Silas, at Ticonderoga 
(1776), 12. 102. 

Gates, Simon, at Am. camp (1775), 9. 
59. 

Gates, Stephen [1], of Littleton, 
6. 429. 

Gates, Stephen [2], recruit (1760), 6. 
429. 

Gates, Sir Thomas, voyage to Va., 2. 
247. 

Gatherson, Major, and Giles Sylvester 
(1664), 4. 279, 281. 

Gathtsegwarohare, Iroquois town, 
destroyed, 2. 469. 

Gatteaux, Nicolas M., medals for 
U. S., 6. 349. 

Gattoway. See Galloway. 

Gault. See Golt. 

Gay, Ebenezer, port., 3. 283. 

Gay, Frederick L., gift to M.H.S., 18. 
238-239. 

Gay, Joseph, prize case (1752), 5. 
100. 

Gay, Martin, absentee loyalist, 10. 
164; confiscated Boston estate, 
172. 

Gay Head Indians, mission, 3. 168. 

Gaylard. See Gaylord. 

Gaylord, Aaron, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Gaylord, Charles, death at Wyoming, 
3. 346. 

Gay's Tavern, Dedham, 10. 47. 

Gazetteer of Mass., portions in Boston 
Magazine, 18. 328. 

Gear. See Geere. 

Gearish, John, in N. H. Council, 8. 93. 

Gedney, Bartholomew, death, 1. 152, 
12. 284; and witch-trials, 1. 345; 
and Andros, 9. 478; member of 
Dudley's Council (1686), 13. 228; 
attends, 226-275 ; to examine Nar- 
ragansett Records, 251; and Ips- 
wich recalcitrants, 259 ; and Casco 
Bay land, 270 ; salary, 283 ; named 
for Council (1691), 14. 217; Nar- 
rative of Proceedings, 17. 19. 

Gedney, Bartholomew, Boston estate 
(1755), 14. 56 n. 



Geere, Ephraim, baptism (1647), 12. 
322. 

Geere, Sarah, baptism (1645), 12. 
322. 

Geers, Rezin, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Gendall, Walter, justice of peace 
(1866), 13. 270; petition as to 
Casco Bay, 270. 

Genealogy, Somerby's services, 1. 
132; extracts from old Eng. wills, 
135, 138; early interest in, 256- 
257; and history, 6. 2; Waters's 
Gleanings, 16. 478; as a study, 17. 
241-242; Savage's Dictionary, 20. 
238. 

General Arnold, privateer, wrecked, 
10. 107, 393, 12. 199. 

General Court of Massachusetts, 
Colonial, to 1692: and dissection, 
1. 46; reprint of Laws (ed. of 1672), 
3.371-372; on non-jury admiralty 
trials, 372; on perjury of jury- 
man, 372 ; granting of patents by, 
372; reprint of Ordinances (1660), 
4. 411-412; and loyal petitions 
(1666), 6. 469-477 [see Loyal peti- 
tions]; and iron works (1644), 8. 
15; order on Imitations of Christ, 
272 n.; General Laws (1660), 9. 
416; (1672), 431; printed election 
sermons, 418, 422, 427, 429, 432- 
434, 438, 448, 463, 466, 487; Sev- 
eral Laws (1663-85), 420, 422, 431, 
433, 435, 436, 442-443, 12. 404-409, 
17. 31; Sundry Laws . . . Duty 
of Ty thing Men, 9. 443; various 
Orders (1673-86), 445, 12. 401-409; 
fast proclamations (1676-90), 9. 
445, 486, 12. 282, 13. 361; order 
for enlistment (1690), 9. 485 ; proc- 
lamation against vice (1690), 486; 
proclamation on war subjects 
(1691), 490; partial index of 1649 
ed. of Laws, 10. 547-548, 11. 8-17, 
14. 382-384 ; reconstruction of this 
ed., 10. 547, 11. 8-9, 18, 201; order 
on purchase of artillery (1673), 
183-184; Saml. Whiting's petition 
for land (1659), 224-225; orders 
and petitions on printing, 243-250; 
bills against, for printing (1689- 
91), 251-253; grant of Delaware 
River trade monopoly (1644), 12. 
213-214; and Aspinwall as re- 
corder, 214-217; order on laws 
(1689), 282; protest against Dud- 
ley (1686), 281, 13. 224-225, 237- 

' 238 ; order for issue of paper money 
(1690), 12.283; question of assem- 



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GENERAL DE KALB-GENEVA 



bling (1686), 13. 241, 244; Rich- 
ards's draft of royal address (1685), 
330-332; draff of advice of clergy 
(1685), 332-333; record of war 
com. (1690), 334; Mather on 
(1675-76, '80), 353, 359, 400, 401, 
408; advice of clergy (1676), 369; 
(1660), 16. 511 ; Graves case (1675), 
13. 399 ; and Episcopal ritual (1642), 

16. 179; order on reading of Sab- 
bath observance laws, 514; broad- 
side on law of conveyance (1684), 

17. 33; sentence against Dr. 
Greenland (1672), 19. 290. 

Provincial, 1692-1776 : project for 
medical education (1739), 1. 45; 
and witchcraft attainders, 79-83, 
97-99, 342-347; actions necessary 
to validity of a law, 79; right to 
reverse attainder, 90-92, 104, 108; 
at Cambridge (1702), 156; Port 
Royal expedition (1707), 159; and 
Provincial Congresses (1774-75), 
194-198; and instructions on In- 
dependence, 336; reprint of Laws, 
3. 136, 4. 307, 316; precedent for 
writs of assistance, 3. 371; min- 
utes (1749-50), 5. 114; and Fort 
Dummer (1723), 6. 361, 370; elec- 
tion of Council and Speaker (1720), 
388-390; warrant for first assem- 
bly, 7. 161; William Rous com- 
mitment (1706), 8. 231-235; Acts 
and Laws (1692-1700), 9. 492, 494, 
498-499, 502-503, 507-508, 510, 
513, 515, 519; thanksgiving proc- 
lamation (1692), 493; printed 
election sermons (1693-99), 496, 
500, 505, 514, 524, 532; Bello- 
morit's speech (1700), 522; bank- 
ruptcy act (1765), 10. 53; *' shoe- 
ing colts," 61; com. on trade 
questions (1766), 63; refuses to 
rescind Circular Letter, 68; pay- 
ment of judges' salaries, 83; Act 
of Indemnity (1766), 11. 299; act 
to prevent desertion of frontier 
towns, 12. 197 ; residence of repre- 
sentatives, 243, 243 n. ; paper 
money schemes (1729-39), 436- 
441, 17. 191, 200-203; acts on 
colony notes (1692), 13. 145, 153- 
154; Richards's draft of royal 
address (1693), 336-337; pro- 
posed address to King to continue 
Dudley fails (1714), 15. 336; 
and appointment of notaries pub- 
lic (1720), 16. 45; order to encour- 
age enlistment (1696), 17. 45; 
orders on R. I. boundary (1730- 



34), 19. 21-34; excise (1765), 20. 
535. 

State: agitation for removal 
from Boston (1786), 1. 300; At- 
tucks Memorial, 3. 313-318, 321; 
Bullock as Speaker, 331; revision 
of statutes after Independence, 
378; resolution on aid for S. C. 
(1781), 9. 170; apportionment of 
legislators (1821), 14. 328; pro- 
posed amendment (1831), 15. 217; 
resolve on Ga. and Creeks, 217; 
resolves on Suffolk Co. probate 
cases during Am. Rev., 16. 114 n.- 
115 n.; and return of Suffolk pro- 
bate records, 115-116, 119-120; 
power, 245-247; bill regulating 
lawyers (1786-87), 342; and pay- 
ment of Pres. Langdon's back 
salary (1780-94), 18. 225, 228-231; 
constitution of House (1806), 20. 
15; canvass of returns for Gov. 
(1806), 16-19. See also Council, 
Massachusetts. 

General De Kalb, Ohio River steamer 
(1836), 7. 281. 

General Eliott, Brit, transport (1786), 
3. 73. 

General Fund of M.H.S. history, 1. 
175, 2. 73, 397, 3. 286, 293, 4. 112, 
353, 5. 442, 6. 407, 7. 375, 8. 188, 9. 
30, 10. 128, 559, 11. 321, 12. 178, 
13. 68, 14. 131, 15. 32, 16. 132, 17. 
216, 18. 273, 19. 208, 20. 211; in- 
come account (1884), 1. 176, 179; 
(1885), 2. 75; (1886), 399; (1887), 
3. 288; (1888), 4. 117; (1889), 
358; (1900), 5. 447; (1891), 6. 
413; (1892), 7. 381; (1893), 8. 
193; (1894), 9. 36; (1895), 10. 
135; (1896), 563; (1897), 11. 330; 
(1898), 12. 182; (1899), 13. 73; 
(1900), 14. 136; (1901), 15. 38; 
(1902), 16. 138; (1903), 17. 223; 
(1904), 18. 280; (1905), 19. 216; 
(1906), 20. 220; Latham's bequest, 
2. 74; Dexter's bequest, 74; 
use, 7. iii; Hoar's bequest, 10. 
129; admission fees as por- 
tion, 584; Horace Davis's gift, 18. 
.264. 

General Stark, wrecked (1778), 10. 
107. 

Genesee Castle, Iroquois town, de- 
stroyed, 2. 469-470. 

Genet, Edmond, comments of a Va. 
Republican, 15. 142, 143, 155. 

Geneva, proposed Calvinist monu- 
ment, 18. 396-397; society (1829), 
19. 443. 



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169 



Gentleman^s Magazine^ debates of 
Parliament, 2. 162; use of term 
''Columbia," 163. 

Genty, Abbe Louis, on effect of dis- 
covery of America, 8. 29, 35. 

Geography, early gazetteer of Mass., 

18. 328. See also America, Boun- 
daries, Maps, Navigation, Voyages. 

George I. of England, port, in Boston, 
4. 241, 241 n. ; proclaimed in Mass., 

15. 329-332, 339-340; orders for 
proclaiming in colonies, 333-336. 

George II. of England, called Father 
of his Country, 1. 231; port, in 
Boston, 4. 241, 241 n.; port, in 
Princeton, 249, 249 n. ; bust in 
Philadelphia, 249. 

George III. of England, conversation 
with Hutchinson, 1. 166-168; and 
Northeastern boundary, 3. 367; 
port, in New York, 4. 246; erection 
and fate of New York statue, 246, 
247 n., 264, 291-298; substitute 
for veto, 5. 161; and pari, control 
of colonies, 8. 134 n. ; Boston's 
celebrations of birthday (1770-73), 
10. 75, 78, 79 ; of anniversary of ac- 
cession (1774), 88; presentation of 
Pietas et Gratulatio, 11. 298; address 
of N. H. ministers (1761), 18. 200. 

George IV. of England, and Catholic 
Emancipation Bill, 5. 161; death, 

19. 463. 

George Victor of Waldeck, library, 

3. 220 
George, R. I. Indian (1645), 8^ 10, 11. 
George, Eleanor (Phippen), 1. 136. 
George, Elijah, as register of probate, 

16. 124 n. 

George, Francis, 1. 136. 

George, Cayt. John, seized in Boston 
(1689), 7. 150; and Dudley's Coun- 
cil (1686), 13. 256, 273, 274; and 
Phips's expedition (1690), 335. 

George, Fort, Ga., name as royal 
memorial, 4. 252. 

George, Fort, N. Y., name as royal 
memorial, 4. 247; troops at (1776), 
6.84. 

George, Fort, Va., name as royal 
memorial, 4. 250. 

George Inn, Boston, 4. 243. 

George, Lake, Le vis's plan of battle 
(1755), 4. 94; name as royal me- 
morial, 247 ; other names, 247 n. ; 
engraving of battle, 5. 416-418; 
Natl. Folsom's fight in battle, 18. 
200, 317-325. 

Georges, John, exile in Amsterdam 
(1592), 6. 64. 



George's Island, Mass., name as royal 
memorial, 4. 242. 

Georgetown, D. C, and Washington 
(1804), 2. 17; name as royal 
memorial, 4. 250 ; and Federal Cap- 
ital (1787), 17. 461. 

Georgetown, Me., in 1776, 2. 304. 

Georgetown, S. C, in 1804, 2. 23, 34; 
name as royal memorial, 4. 251. 

Georgetown, Va., name as royal me- 
morial, 4. 250. 

Georgia, emigration of loyalists 
(1782), 3. 95; royal memorials, 4. 
252; Mass. donation for relief 
(1781), 9. 105, 169-172; resolution 
on Creek Indian affair (1831), 15. 
217 n. 

Georgia Gazette, displays royal arms, 

4. 252. 

Gerard, Charles. See Macclesfield. 

Gerard de Rayneval, Conrad A., on 
N. Eng. and peace negotiations 
(1779), 4. 48-49. 

Germain, George Sackville. See 
Sackville. 

German Flats, N. Y., fort, 2. 446; 
Indian attacks, 448, 456. 

German mercenaries in Am. Rev., 
deserters, 2. 167; arrival at Que- 
bec, 274; sources on, 3. 219-221; 
Seume's letter of experiences 
(1782), 4. 2-12; recruiting, 3; 
voyage, 3-6; at Halifax, 6-12; 
Lowell's work on, 9. 545, 18. 249- 
250 ; orders against expected land- 
ing (1776), 243-245; why feared, 
245-246; number hired and re- 
turned, 247; and *^no quarter,'' 
248. 

Germanic communities, and N. Eng. 
towns, 7. 174, 211, 245-251; 
knowledge of, 246-249. 

Germans, in Va. (1654), 3. 7. 

Germany, archives on Am. Rev., 3. 
219-221. 

Gerola, Giuseppe, at Congress of Hist. 
Sciences (1903), 17. 246. 

Gerrish. See also Gearish. 

Gerrish, Major, in campaign of 1760, 

5. 386, 387. 

Gerrish, Anna [Mrs. Cheever], 14. 

35 n. 
Gerrish, Mrs, Anne [Mrs. Hammond], 

7. 150. 
Gerrish, Benjamin, of Salem (1690), 

7.155. 
Gerrish, Benjamin, letters to Andrew 

Eliot (1770) on N. S. churches, 4. 

69-72; in Boston society, 10. 

33. 



170 



GERRISH-GIBRALTAR 



Gerrish, Bethia, ill (1688), 7. 146. 
Gerrish, Elizabeth, ill (1688), 7. 146, 

164. 
Gerrish, Hannah, birth and death, 

14. 38, 39 n. 

Gerrish, John, justice of peace (1686), 
13. 231. 

Gerrish, John, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Gerrish, Rev. Joseph, interleaved al- 
manac, 4. 300 n. ; mentioned, 7. 
146; book owned by, 9.461; attes- 
tation in Quick's Young Mans 
Claim, 528; preface to Mather's 
Cases of Conscience, 17. 40. 

Gerrish, Joseph, vetoed for Council 
(1766, '67), 10. 62, 63. 

Gerrish, Martha (Foxcroft), Apple- 
ton's sermon on, 9. 352. 

Gerrish, Mary (Cradock), 20. 536 n. 

Gerrish, Mary (Sewall), courtship and 
marriage, 14. 36-38; death, 
38-39. 

Gerrish, Parson, ill (1688), 7. 145; 
begins school, 160. 

Gerrish, Samuel [1], house in Boston, 

I. 323; at Mrs. Sewall's funeral, 7. 
217; Boston bookseller, 10. 545, 

II. 181, 14. 35, 41; autog., 35; 
birth, 35 ; courtship and marriages, 
36-41; town clerk, 41; register, 
42; death, 42. 

Gerrish, Samuel [2], career, 14. 42 w.; 

AUTOG., 42 n. 
Gerrish, Col. Samuel, cashiered 

(1775), 7. 403. 
Gerrish, Sarah (Coney), 14. 40. 
Gerrish, William [1], loyal petition 

(1666), 6. 471; justice of peace 

(1686), 13. 229. 
Gerrish, Dr. WiUiam [2], 7. 150. 
Gerrish, William [?3], goes to sea 

(1690), 7. 155, 159. 
Gerry, Elbridge, and provision for 

navy (1775), 1. 16; Signer, 281; 

on Mass. Com. of Gorresp., 4. 82, 

85; circular letter to legislatures, 

86 ; in Boston pre-Rev. society, 10. 

34, 61, 102; X Y Z mission papers, 

15. 89-90; and Ratification in 
Mass., 16. 371 n.; John Adams 
visits (1788), 432. 

Gerry, Capt. Thomas, in Boston so- 
ciety, 10. 34, 44; schooner seized, 
61; death reported, 87. 

Gerson, Juan, Tripartito, 12. 396. 

Gettemy, Charles F., biog. of Revere, 
20. 560. 

Gettysburg, polit. importance, 13. 
432; forces, 18. 443. 



Geyer, Frederick William, absentee 
loyalist, 10. 164; confiscated Bos- 
ton estate, 172. 

Ghiberti, , Lorenzo, Perkins's Ghiberti 
et son Ecole, 3. 232. 

Giants, in Eng. (1783), 10. 424. 

Giant's Causeway, G. E. Ellis on, 10. 
218. 

Gibbens, Letty [Mrs. Dickerman], 2. 
449. 

Gibbes, Allston, Commencement part 
(1812) and biog. note, 5. 177, 177 n. 

Gibbes, Robert W., collections de- 
stroyed, 15. 273. 

Gibbins, Ambrose, churchman, 16. 
177. 

Gibbins, William, house in Boston, 2. 
128. 

Gibbon, Edward, prize case (1748), 
5. 90-91. 

Gibbon, Edward, hist, method and 
influence, 13. 84, 86-88; J. Q. 
Adams on hist., 16. 350, 355, 397, 
431; popular prejudice against, in 
N. Eng., 398 n., 18. 4; and Momm- 
sen, 5. 

Gibbon, Esther, prize case (1748), 5. 
90. 

Gibbons. See also Gibbens, Gibons. 

Gibbons, , of Isle of Shoals, 17. 

87. 

Gibbons, Edward, settlement near 
Boston, 1. 367, 368; at trial of 
Anne Hutchinson, 4. 174; Indian 
mission (1636), 16. 484. 

Gibbons, Thomas, and Jon. Mason, 2. 
27. 

Gibbons's Creek, Mass., location, 1. 
368. 

Gibbs, Benjamin, death, 7. 169. 

Gibbs, Major Caleb, at siege of 
Yorktown, 6. 150, 154. 

Gibbs, Rev. Henry, ordained (1697), 
1. 152. 

Gibbs, Henry, subscribes #to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 207. 

Gibbs, Corporal (?) James, in Am. 
Rev., 6. 102. 

Gibbs, Josiah W., at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1828), 5. 199. 

Gibbs, Robert, warehouses, 13. 260. 

Gibbs, William, at bicentenary of 
N. Eng. Confed., 19. 361. 

Gibons, Edward, letter to Scar- 
borough (1654), 3. 7. 

Gibraltar, rumored capture (1782), 
3. 133; question in peace negoti- 
ations (1782), 17. 421-422. 

Gibraltar, Brit, war-ship (1770), 10. 
76. 



GIBSON-GILMAN 



171 



Gibson, , in army in Va. (1780), 

19. 120. 
Gibson, John B., Harvard LL.D. 

(1847), 5. 253. 
Gibson, Rev. Richard, as minister at 

Portsmouth, 16. 179. 
Gibson, William, milit. watch (1690), 

1. 163, 14. 31. 
Giddens, James K., Ga. sheriff, 20. 

519. 
Giddings, George, petition (1637), 3. 

199. 
Gideon, Capt. John, public dinner to, 

in Boston, 10. 45, 63. 
Gidney. See Gedney. 
Gifford, Mrs. Ellen M., gift to 

M.H.S., 5. 150. 
Gifford, John, iron works, 13. 29. 
Gift of God, 2. 243. 
Gifts to M.H.S., history of, to 1887, 

3. 291-297. See also Cabinet, Fi- 
nances, Library. 
Gigot, Albert, Andre Jackson, 5. 165. 
Gilbert. See also Guilbert. 
Gilbert, , at siege of Yorktown, 

6. 149, 150. 

Gilbert, Comfort, of Brookfield, 

7. 396; death, 397. 

Gilbert, Daniel, of Brookfield, 7. 386, 

387. 
Gilbert, Daniel D., port, of Jos. Dud- 
ley owned by, 2. 196. 
Gilbert, Edward Hooker, elected a 

member M.H.S., 16. 251; remarks 

on Greenfield celebration, 17. 383; 

remarks, 19. 299. 
Gilbert, Sir Humphrey, extant copy 

of True Report, 12. 161. 
Gilbert, John, instructions to (1658), 

5. 289. 
Gilbert, John, actor, and Henry Lee, 

19. 234. 
Gilbert, Mrs. Joseph, of Brookfield, 

7. 398. 
Gilbert, Rev. Thomas, complaints 

against (1666), 5. 305. 
Gilbert, Thomas, sea-captain (1690), 

7. 154, 159; privateersman, 163; 

in Phips's Quebec expedition, 15. 

299, 306. 
Gilberti, Maturino, extant imprints 

by, 12. 396, 399. 
Gilchrist, , of Va. (1782), char- 
acter, 19. 151. 
Gilchrist, Caroline S. M. (Parker), 14. 

88. 
Gilchrist, Daniel, autog., 14. 81; 

career, 81-89. 
Gilchrist, Daniel S., classification of 

Suffolk probate records, 16. 123. 



Gilchrist, Edward, 14. 81. 
Gilchrist, John J., career, 14. 81. 
Gild. See also Guild. 
Gild, Samuel, Jr., charge against 

(1675), 10. 193-194. 
Gildersleeve, Basil L., at Gottingen, 

12. 367. 
Giles, Anna (Paris), 6. 58. 
Giles, Elizabeth (Norris), 6. 57. 
Giles, Joel, Commencement part 

(1829) and biog. note, 5. 200, 200 n. 
Giles, Samuel, condemned (1675), 13. 

347, 352, 400. 
Giles, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam 

(1606), 6. 52. 
Giles, William B., senatorial candi- 
dacy (1794), 15. 146. 
GilfiUan, Rev. Joseph A., on Eliot's 

Bible and O jib way dialect, 6. 259. 
Gilgate, William, exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 52. 
Giliat, , of Richmond (1804), 2. 

18-20. 
Gill, Moses, port., 2. 394; at inter- 
ment of Warren, 10. 99; justice of 

peace (1775), 12. 105; character- 
ized, 141. 
Gill, Obadiah, Boston bookseller 

(1685-90), 9. 488, 12. 388; Some 

Few Remarks, 17. 27-28. 
Gillam. See also Gillom. 
Gillam, Benjamin, sea-captain, 7. 164, 

166; Boston Ephemeris (1684), 9. 

459. 
Gillespie, Mrs. E. D., miniature of 

Franklin owned by, 4. 350. 
Gillett, Lieut. Jonathan, at siege of 

Boston, 9. 83. 
Gillit, Joseph, at Fort Dummer 

(1724), 6. 366. 
Gillmore. See also Gilmor. 
Gillmore, Quincy A., port., 11. 333; 

and Butler, 19. 350, 352. 
Gillom. See also Gillam. 
Gillom, Benjamin, agreement as Win- 

throp's creditor, 11. 186. 
Gillson. See also Gilson. 
Gillson, Abel, scholar at Townsend, 

Mass. (1772), 4. 386. 
Gillson, Daniel, scholar at Townsend, 

Mass. (1772), 4. 386. 
Gillson, Lieut. Joseph (1758), 6. 23, 

24. 
Gillson, Joseph, recruit (1760), 6. 427. 
Gillson, Peter, recruit (1760), 6. 429. 
Gilman, Charlotte [Bourne 1 Swett], 

16. 353 n. 
Gilman, Daniel Goit, elected a 

corresp. member M.H.S., 14. 386; 

on H. B. Adams, 15. 198-200. 



172 



GILMAN-GODKIN 



Oilman, Major Ezekiel, at siege of 
Louisburg (1745), 11. 423. 

Oilman, Lieut. Jeremiah, at battle of 
Lake Oeorge, 18. 318. 

Oilman, John Taylor, 16. 353 n. 

Oilman, Rev. Samuel, Commence- 
ment part (1811) and biog. notes, 
6. 176, 176 n., 9. 115 n.; Harvard 
D.D. (1837), 5. 220; B K poem 
(1814, '15), 9. 115. 

Oilman, Rev. Samuel, of Charleston, 
ancestry, 11. 123. 

Oilmor, Robert, 2. 15. 

Oilson. See also Oillson. 

Oilson, Amasa, in Am. army (1776), 
12. 100, 101. 

Oilson, Daniel, recruit (1758), 6. 24. 

Oilson, Simon, recruit (1758), 6. 24. 

Oimat, Colonel de, in Va. campaign 
(1781), 6. 131, 138, 148. 

Oipps, Anna [Mrs. Fiske], 12. 321. 

Oipson, Colonel, of Eng. (1694), 
2. 176. 

Girard, Stephen, and privateering, 1. 
23; and Leib, 20. 366. 

Oirls' High School of Boston, Saml. 
Eliot as master, 14. 110-111. 

Oisolfo, Marco Francisco, atlas at- 
tributed to, 11. 385. 

Oittings, Oeorge, loyal petition 
(1666), 6. 471. 

Oivens, Lieut. Robert, on furlough, 
2.451; at Fort Herkimer, 456; at 
West Point, 477 ; in Va. campaign, 
6. 147; at Yorktown, 150. 

Olade, Alice, exile in Amsterdam 
(1614), 6. 52. 

Gladiator, blockade runner, 18. 140. 

Gladstone, William E., relig. views, 
2. 422 n. ; and abolition of pur- 
chase in army, 5. 162; celebration 
of S4th birthday, 8. 399; C. H. 
Hill on, 13. 133 ; and Caucus Plan 
(1877), 14. 317; on Chamberlain, 
318; on O'Connell, Bright, and 
Cobden, 318, 20. 475; in Palmer- 
ston ministry, 18. 130, 20. 466; 
Newcastle speech (1862), 18. 150- 
151, 154, 20. 465-467; and Russell 
(1868), 461 ; attitude on Civil War, 
470 n. ; and Treaty of Washington, 
471 ; and Cockburn, 473. 

Olarakis, Oeorge, 18. 98. 

Olascock, Alice [Mrs. Fuller], 17. 182. 

Glasgow, revival (1742), 9. 395, 397. 

Glasgow, Brit, war-ship (1773), 10. 
57. 

Glasgow, Mount of, Mass., 4. 388. 

Glasgow, University of, 450th anni- 
versary, 14. 425, 16. 224-227; in- 



stallation of Lord Rector (1830), 

19. 468. 
Glass, manufacture in Pa. (1798), 3. 

18. 
Olaye. See Clagg. 
Oleason, John F., gift to M.H.S., 2. 

165, 395. 
Gloucester, Mass., Maverick's account 

(1660), canal, 1. 235; in 1650, 2. 

47; Babson Grants, 3. 138; J. J. 

Babson and schools, 139 ; Babson's 

History, 140; scrap book on, in 

Civil War, 141; Babson's Fisheries, 

142; and Salem church (1735), 9. 

347 n.; not port of entry (1686), 

13. 264; old houses, 14. 294. 
Gloucester Lyceum, 3. 138. 
Glover, Charles H., Commencement 

part (1845) and biog. note, 6. 246, 

246 n. 
Glover, Mrs. Elizabeth [Mrs. Dunster], 

10. 304. 
Glover, Habbacuck, loyal petition 

(1666), 6. 471. 
Glover, John, action against Henry 

Dunster, 10. 305. 
Glover, Gen. John, and privateering, 

1. 18; after Saratoga campaign, 3. 
109; brigade reviewed (1778), 6. 
107; at Providence (1778), 118; 
death of wife, 119. 

Glover, Rev. Jose, allotment in pres- 
ent Revere, 7. 138; will, 10. 304. 

Glover, Samuel, and Quabaug, 
13. 275. 

Olubb, Stephen, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 151. 

Goad, Richard, protest against stu- 
dents' long hair (1672), 9. 99. 

Goddard, , sea-captain (1770), 

16. 226. 

Goddard, B., and Jas. Parker, 16. 216. 

Goddard, Oeorge A., Commencement 
part (1822), 5. 189; biog. note, 
189 n. 

Goddard, Lemuel, loyalist refugee, 

2. 234. 

Goddard, Warren, Commencement 

part (1818) and biog. note, 6. 184, 

184 n. 

Oodefroy, , and Burr, 20. 297. 

Godfrey. See also Goodfrey. 
Godfrey, Edward, patent, 1. 233; 

churchman, 16. 177. 
Godfrey, Lieut. Simon, killed, 6. 33. 
Ooding, John, of Va., will (1687), 1. 

137. 
Oodkin, Edwin L., on change in Eng. 

attitude towards Americans, 15, 

188 w. 



GODOY-GOODELL 



173 



Godoy, Manuel, and Napoleon, 5. 19; 

career, 20. 
Gody, John P., on primacy of State 

sovereignty, 17. 103 n. 
Goethe, Johann W. von, as pure 

humanist, 11. 266. 
Gottingen, University of, in 1828, 2. 

34-35; early Am. students, 12. 

366-371. 
Goffe, Christopher, suspected of 

piracy (1685), 12. 409. 
Goffe, Edmund [Trowbridge], 20. 

536 n. 
Goffe, John, ce^ificate of church 

membership (1678), 11. 226. 
Goffe, Thomas, Dep.-Gov., 1. 239. 
Going, Jonathan, at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1841), 5. 234. 
Gold. See also Goold, Goolde, Goole, 

Gould. 
Gold, John, trial for seditious words 

(1686), 13. 263, 264, 267, 269, 276. 
Gold, Nathan, letter to Winthrop 

(1661), 5. 290. 
Gold, Thomas, lawsuit (1659), 11. 

183 
Golden Falcon (1657), 19. 292. 
Golden Lion, Newport inn, 4. 245. 
Golders, N., of Pompton, N. J. (1781), 

6. 131. 
Goldsborough, (?) Charles W., of 

Eastern Shore, Md., 2. 13. 
Goldsborough, Robert, and ratifica- 
tion of Constitution, 17. 504. 
Goldsbury, John, ciard on Gilchrist 

(1860), 14. 85 n. 
Goldsbury, Samuel, absentee loyalist, 

10. 164. 
Goldsmidt, , and canal at Panama 

(1826), 20. 386. 
Goldsmith, Lieutenant, of N. Brun. 

corps (1796), 3. 71. 
Goldsmith, Mrs. Mary, of Wenham 

(1648), 12. 322. 
Goldsmith, Mary, baptism (1648), 

12. 322. 
Goldsmith, Oliver, J. Q. Adams on 

Citizen of World, 16. 371. 
Goldsmith, Richard, of Wenham 

(1648), 12. 322; removes to 

Chelmsford, 12. 323. 
Goldsmith, Sarah, baptism (1650), 

12. 322. 
Goldsmiths, London guild, dinner 

(1831), 19. 479. 
Goldthwait, , of Newport (1789), 

16. 457-459. 
Goldthwait, Elizabeth [Lewis], port., 

14. 57. 
Goldthwait, Ezekiel [1], in Boston 



society, 10. 31, 33, 39, 14. 46-47; 
houses, 10. 44, 14. 46 n.-47 n., 
47; as fisherman, 10. 48; and 
pre-Rev. events, 60, 77, 86, 14. 
47-55; purchases confiscated es- 
tate, 10. 182; notarial records 
(1731-54), 11. 184; autog., 14. 
43; birth, 43; and town affairs, 
43, 44 71.-46 n. ; register of deeds, 
43, 47, 5^] and Deer Island, 44; 
other offices, 45; and sail-cloth 
manufacture, 45 n.; blind, 55) 
death, 55, 51 ; estate, 55 ; marriage 
and children, 57; port., 57. 

Goldthwait, Ezekiel [2], 14. 57 n. 

Goldthwait, Joseph, in Boston society, 
10. 75; leaves Boston (1776), 95; 
absentee loyalist, 164; confiscated 
Boston estate, 172. 

Goldthwait, Col. Thomas, at Crown 
Point (1760), 5. 361, 362, 366, 367, 
371, 373, 378, 380. 384-387. 

Golt, , innkeeper at Richmond 

(1781), 6. 139. 

Gomara, Francisco Lopez, and Car- 
tier's voyages, 7. 304. 

Gomez, Antonio, and Menendez's ex- 
pedition, 8. 445. 

Gomme, George L., on Eng. parish, 
7. 253. 

Gooch, James, voyage to Port Royal 
(1695), 3. 65. 

Gooch, James, Jr., subscribes to 
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17, 
208. 

Gooch, John, at funeral of Faneuil, 
1. 43; subscribes to Merchants' 
Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Good Newes from New England, re- 
prints, 6. 344. 

Good Speed to Virginia, extant copy, 
12. 160. 

Goodale, , of Capt. Mills's Co., 

death in Am. army (1776), 12. 102. 

Goodale, , of Capt. Gates's Co., 

death in Am. army (1776), 12. 102. 

Goodale, Mary [Mrs. Masterson], 17. 
174. 

Goodchild, , London innkeeper 

(1693), 2. 174. 

Goode, Col. R., 17. 490, 493. 

Goodell. See also Goodale. 

Goodell, Abner Cheney [Communi- 
cations follow], elected to M.H.S. 
Council (1885, '86), 2. 80, 404; on 
com. on Sharpless ports., 3. 136; 
on com. on index to foreign docs, 
of Am. Rev., 159; report, 178; list 
of publications (1886-90), 279, 4. 
106, 6. 439; remarks, 3. 216, 4. 



174 



GOODELL-GOODWIN 



66, 6. 21, 442, 8. 348, 9. 196, 10. 
463, 11. 74, 120, 336, 12. 29, 73, 
154, 195, 292, 13. 121, 424, 14. 385, 
445; on com. on Attucks Memo- 
rial, 3. 318; on com. on Norse dis- 
coveries, 4. 12; report, 42-44; 
address on Mass. Ratification, 66; 
reprinted M.H.S. paper, 6. 232; 
moves vote of thanks, 13. 378; 
study of heraldry, 14. 268. 

Communications: on witchcraft 
affairs, 1. 65-70, 99-118, 339-358; 
exhibits colon, docs., 70; Title 
''Colony" and ''Province," 192- 
199; commission of oyer and 
terminer, 220; on copy of Las 
Casas's Indies, 222; on new ed. of 
Provincial Laws, 3. 136 ; on Sharp- 
less ports., 259, 277, 7. 349, 399; 
on proposed Attucks Memorial, 
3. 316; on marriage of John Har- 
vard, 4. 82; on picture of Va. 
Conven. of 1829, 305; on present- 
ing C. D. Wright's report, 374; on 
reprint of Mass. Ordinances (ed. 
of 1660) and record of Ancient and 
Hon. Artillery, 411-412; Origin 
OF TOWNS in Mass., 5. 320-331, 
7. 211-214; on Courtemanche in 
Boston, 5. 421-423 ; memoranda by 
JudgeSewall, 6. 388-390; on early 
charts of Boston and New York 
harbors, 8. 228-230; on case of 
Wm. Rous, 231-235; on signatures 
to early church covenants, 271; 
on censorship in colon. Mass., 271- 
273; Mass. manumission doc. 
X1776), 499; on Henry Wheatland, 
9. 288; on W. N. Sainsbury, 10. 
159-162; Attys.-Gen. of Mass., 
285-291; on index to Mass. 
Laws (ed. of 1649), 547-548; on 
Am. Rev. and right of Parliament, 
11. 368-371; Paul Dudley's com- 
mission, 12. 51-54; on Mass. ad- 
dress on Texas (1845), 425-428; 
on Constitution and annexations, 
428-429 ; on genuineness of written 
Mass. note of 1690, 13. 147-156; 
Toppan's Memoir of Edw. Ran- 
dolph, 286-298; extracts from 
Winthrop Papers, 327-337; on 
E. G. Porter, 445-448; on coat 
armor, 14. 434-437; on Webster 
and Story and Webster's use of 
quotations, 15. 166-168. 

Goodell, William, at Constantinople, 
19. 503. 

Goodenow, John, in General Court 
(1692), 7. 164. 



Goodfellow, Alice [Mrs. Webb], exile 
in Amsterdam (1607), 6. 52. 

Goodfrey, Sergeant, at siege of 
Louisburg (1745), 11. 426. 

Goodhue, Martha [Mrs. Wheatland], 
9. 277, 280. 

Goodhue, William, petition (1637), 
3. 199. 

Goodhue's Tavern, Salem, 10. 47. 

Goodman, John, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 174. 

Goodman, Mary (Backus), Pilgrim 
at Leyden, 17. 182. 

Goodman, Sarah (Hooper), Pilgrim 
at Leyden, 17. 174. 

Goodrich. See also Goodridge. 

Goodrich (Gutteridge), Benjamin, 
killed by Indians, 7. 157. 

Goodrich, Chauncey, 4. 295. 

Goodrich, Chauncy A., at Harvard 
Commencement (1833), 5. 212. 

Goodrich, Mary [Mrs. Lowell], 9. 544. 

Goodrich, Mary Ann (Wolcott), 
makes cartridges, 4. 294, 295. 

Goodrich, Samuel G., and Haw- 
thorne's first work, 20. 564. 

Goodrich, Lieut. Stephen, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 73. 

Goodrich, William, in Arnold's Que- 
bec expedition, 2. 275, 283; in as- 
sault on Quebec, 293; captured, 
295. 

Goodridge, , sea-captain (1770), 

16. 227. 

Goodridge, Sarah, miniatures of Web- 
ster, 2. 264. 

Goodridge, Rev. Sewall, sermon in 
Am. army (1775), 12. 79. 

Goodspeed, Charles E., gifts to 
M.H.S., 20. 421, 490. 

Goodwin, Daniel, Jr., gift to M.H.S., 
1. 147. 

Goodwin, Eunice [Marston], 3. 387. 

Goodwin, Ezra Shaw, memoir, 7. 
123. 

Goodwin, James J., backs Waters's 
genealogical researches, 15. 478. 

Goodwin, John, continuation of 
Mather's Memorable Providences, 
9. 479; Some Few Remarks, 17. 
27-28. 

Goodwin, John M., communication 
on Beadle murder, 2. 147-149. 

Goodwin, Lazarus, 3. 387; guest of 
Old Colony Club, 439. 

Goodwin, Lydia [Mrs. Lothrop], 3. 
385. 

Goodwin, Mary A. [Mrs. Russell], 14. 
155. 

Goodwin, Nathaniel, 3. 385, 390. 



GOODWIN-GORDON 



175 



Goodwin, Ozias, Hartford church con- 
troversy, 16. 502. 

Goodwin, WiUiam, Indian mission 
(1638), 16. 491. 

Goodwin, William Watson [Com- 
munications follow], elected a mem- 
ber M.H.S., 3. 63; accepts, 101; 
on com. on Old Colony Club records 
381; elected to M.H.S. Council 
(1888-90), 4. 119,366,6.457; study 
in Europe, 152; on Nominating 
Com. (1891), 6.351; report, 419- 
420; presents report of Council 
(1891), 402-406; list of publica- 
tions (1890-93), 404, 7. 369, 8. 185; 
remarks, 20, 519, 10. 291, 490, 12. 
154, 351, 13. 62, 222, 378, 17. 75, 
18. 60, 362; elected Corresp. Sec. 
M.H.S. (1894, '95), 9. 39, 10. 137; 
retires from the office, 572 ; remarks 
on Longfellow, 20. 573. 

Communications : records of Old 
Colony Club, 3. 381-444; on diary 
of Josiah Cotton, 4. 1; on royal 
arms at Plymouth, 373; on 
letter of Columbus, 6. 382-384; on 
Aristotle's treatise on constitution 
of Athens, 385-387; on E. A. 
Freeman, 7. 424-425; Memoir of 
H. W. Torre Y, 9. 197-210; on 
W. G. Russell, 10. 450; on B. M. 
Watson, 468; on Justin Winsor, 
12. 44; letter on Lexington battle, 
345; original survey of Clark's 
Island, 346; on influence of Ger- 
man universities, 366-371; on 
C. F. Dunbar, 13. 443; on relia- 
bility of recollections, 14. 444; on 
battle of Marathon, 17. 260-262; 
on course and landing of Pilgrims 
at Plymouth, 378-381, 18. 397; on 
battle of Salamis, 17. 397-405. 

Goodyear, Stephen, in Eng., 3. 196. 

Gookin, Charles, cert/ifies Quary's 
commission, 4. 149. 

Gookin, Rev. Daniel, preaches for 
Mather (1675), 13. 341, 347. 

Gookin, Major Daniel, MS. Hist of 
N. Rng. Indians, 4. 300 n. ; on In- 
dian hemp, 6. 36; on tomahawks, 
37; censor of press, 8. 272, 11. 243; 
justice of peace, 13. 229; and Wor- 
cester affairs (1686), 247, 251. 

Gookin, Daniel, journal of Sullivan's 
expedition, 2. 438. 

Gookin, Margaret [Mrs. Emery], 16. 
368 n. 

Gookin, Rev. Nathaniel, in Harvard 
Corporation, 5. 410, 412; and 
Mather (1675), 13. 351. 



Gookin, Samuel, marshal (1691), 7. 
156; and Phips's expedition, 13. 
334. 

Goold. See also Gold. 

Goold, Arthur, at funeral of Edw. 
Winslow, 3. 93. 

Goolde, Michael, prize case (1755), 
5. 101. 

Goole, Thomas, excommunicated as 
Anabaptist, 16. 512. 

Goose, Peter, Boston estate, 1. 314, 
318 

Goose* William, death (1678), 7. 170. 

Goose Creek, S. C, royal arms at, 4. 
251, 254, 255 n. 

Gordon. See also Jordan. 

Gordon, Mrs., of Edinburgh (1830), 
19. 469. 

Gordon, Major, of Conn. (1775), 9. 
41. 

Gordon, Lord Adam, in Boston 
(1765), 13. 392, 395-396. 

Gordon, Adam, Commencement part 
(1788), 16. 439. 

Gordon, Capt. Charles, Rogers on 
(1815), 4. 208. 

Gordon, Lord George, visits Harvard 
(1769), 10. 44. 

Gordon, George Angler, elected a 
member M.H.S., 12. 138; list of 
pubHcations (1900-04), 15. 29, 18. 
269; memoir of S. E. Herrick as- 
signed to, 471. 

Gordon, George Hamilton. See Aber- 
deen. 

Gordon, Hugh Mackay, 3. 82; letter 
from Edw. Winslow, Jr. (1785), 
82; on N. Brun. Board of Ac- 
counts, 83: at funeral of Edw. 
Winslow, Sr., 93. 

Gordon, James, prize case (1752), 5. 
100. 

Gordon, James, corresp. with Will 
Martin (1752-65), 13. 379-396; on 
French War, 386 ; on small pox 
epidemic, 389-392 ; on Lord Adam 
Gordon, 392, 395, 396; on Stamp 
Act riots, 393. 

Gordon, Mrs. James, death, 13. 389. 

Gordon, John C. Hamilton. See 
Aberdeen, 

Gordon, Rev. William, charge against 
Saml. Adams, 4. 141 ; letter from 
Washington (1785), 142; goes to 
Philadelphia (1775), 7. 407, 412; 
as preacher, 9. 71; and Rich. 
Price, 17. 288, 311, 338; letter to 
Price (1775) on the war,^ 302; 
biog. note, 302 n. ; preparation of 
history, 312; and Wm. Hazlitt, 



176 



GORE-GOULD 



323; and resignation of Pres. 
Langdon, 18. 225-227. 

Gore, Asa, killed at Wyoming (1778), 
3. 345. 

Gore, Christopher, bequest to 
M.H.S., 3. 292; port., 295; letter 
introducing, to Franklin, 4. 302; 
memoir, 7. 123 ; and Boston Maga- 
zine, 18. 326; criminal case (1789), 
19. 180; election as Pres. M.H.S. 
(1806), 20. 15 n. 

Gore, John, absentee loyalist, 10. 164. 

Gore, John, at Washington (1812), 
19. 377, 381. 

Gore, Obadiah, Boston estate (1717), 
1. 323. 

Gore, Obadiah, death at Wyoming 
(c. 1777), 3. 346. 

Gore, Obadiah, report on Wyoming 
Massacre, 3. 346. 

Gorges, Sir Ferdinando [1], patents, 
1. 233; and Indians brought to 
Eng., 2. 36-37; and Plymouth, 
Eng., and Va., 245; and failure of 
Popham Colony, 247-248; re- 
prints of Brief Narration, 6. 347- 
348; designs against Mass. (1633), 
8. 383-385 ; and established church, 
16. 176, 177. 

Gorges, Ferdinando [2], America 
Painted to the Life, extant copies, 
price, 10. 334. 

Gorges, George, colony, 9. 186. 

Gorges, Robert, colony at Wessa- 
gusset, 4. 74, 7. 25. 

Gorges, Thomas, and Wells, Me., 2. 
157. 

Gorham, Colonel, loyalist, reported 
captured (1775), 7. 412. 

Gorham, Capt. Benjamin, cargo of tea 
destroyed (1774), 10. 83.^ 

Gorham, Benjamin, Whig leader 
(1840), 11. 279. 

Gorham, David, address to Hutchin- 
son, 14. 50 n. 

Gorham, Nathaniel, in Boston so- 
ciety, 10. 33, 83. 

Gorham, Col. Shubael, at siege of 
Louisburg (1745), 11. 428, 431; 
subscribes to Merchants' Notes 
(1733), 17. 208. 

Gorham, Sturgis, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 411. 

Gorman, Arthur P., on G. F. Hoar, 
19. 267. 

Gorrell, James, journal of Pontiac 
Conspiracy, 4. 44. 

Gosnold, Bartholomew, extant copies 
of Brereton's Relation, 9. 181-182, 
12. 160; at Cuttyhunk Island, 16. 



247-249; monument on Cutty- 
hunk, 249, 17. 440. 

Gospel Order revised, 9. 522. 

Goss, David, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Goss, Elbridge H., gift to M.H.S., 7. 
118. 

Gostlin, Margaret [Mrs. Heathcote], 
5. 105. 

Gouge, Edward, Sewall warns, 1. 323; 
character, 323. 

Gouge, Frances, 1. 323. 

Gougen, Captain, at Boston (1656), 

3. 194. 

Gough, John B., as orator, 15. 504. 

Gouin, , narrative of Pontiac 

Conspiracy, 4. 45. 

Gould. See also Goy. 

Gould, Abel, 1. 135. 

Gould, Dr. Augustus A., office, 1. 
325. 

Gould, Benjamin, death at Louisburg 
(1745), 11. 442. 

Gould, Benjamin Apthorp, astro- 
nomical works, 1. 362; as teacher, 

4. 321; at Gottingen, 12. 367; 
G. S. Hale's poem on, 494. 

Gould, Daniel, conveyance (1691), 

7. 168. 
Gould, Daniel, of R. I., work ac- 
credited to (1700), 9. 520. 
Gould, Lieut. Edward, wounded at 

Lexington, 5. 395. 
Gould, Elizabeth, of Eng. (1650), 1. 

135. 
Gould, Esther (Bowers), of Groton, 

6.30. 
Gould, Judith, of Eng., will (1650), 

1. 135, 
Gould, Lucretia G. [Mrs. Ellis], 10. 

246; death, 246. 
Gould, Lydia, of Eng. (1650), 1. 135. 
Gould, Mary, of Eng. (1650), 1. 135. 
Gould, Moriah, in Am. army (1775), 

12. 106. 
Gould, Moses, recruit (1758), 6. 24. 
Gould, Nathan, of N. Eng. (1650), 

1. 135. 
Gould, Nathaniel, of Brookfield 

(1762), 7. 397. 
Gould, Nehemiah, killed (1758), 6. 

22, 33; recruit, 24; effects ap- 
praised, 27, 30; wife, 30. 
Gould, Robert, and John Rowe, 10. 

39. 
Gould, Deacon Samuel, of Brookfield, 

7. 399. 
Gould, Samuel, at New York (1778), 

10. 106. 
Gould, Sarah, of Eng. (1650), 1. 135. 



GOULD-GRANVILLE 



177 



Gould, Mrs. William, in Boston 
society, 10. 36. 

Gould, Zaccheus, of Eng. (1650), 1. 135. 

Gourd, Alphonse, work on U. S., 5. 164. 

Gourgas, Francis R., in Mass. Conven. 
(1853), 18. 41. 

Gouverneur, Samuel L., letter from 
Monroe (1823), 15. 410. 

Gouvion, Col. Jean B., at siege of 
Yorktown, 6. 150. 

Gove, Edward, pardon and restora- 
tion, 13. 255, 276. 

Gove, Lieut. Nathaniel, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 42, 57, 62-67, 71-73, 78, 
79, 83-85, 88, 90. 

Gove, Samuel, of Roxbury, 7. 411. 

Gover, William, deposition on Phips's 
expedition, 15. 303. 

Government, reason for Plymouth 
and Conn, compacts, 5. 326; Aris- 
totle on Athenian, 6. 385-387. 
See also Constitution, Dependen- 
cies, Elections, Executive, Judi- 
ciary, Legislature, Manors, Politi- 
cal sciei cj, suffrage. Town, Union. 

Governor, specimen instructions to 
colon. (1702), 8. 93-105; power 
in Mass., 16. 242-245. 

Gower, G. G. Leveson-. See Gran- 
ville. 

Graaf, , and embargo at Phila- 
delphia (1807), 20. 310. 

Grace, Lieut. (?) John, in Newport 
campaign, 6. 115. 

Gradwell, John, prize case (1752), 5. 
100. 

Graffort, Thomas, justice of peace 
(1686), 13. 231. 

Gragg, Jacob, and Shays's Rebellion, 
1.301; in 1760,6. 427. 

Gragg, John, and Shays's Rebellion, 
1. 301; recruit (1760), 6. 427. 

Gragg, Samuel, and Shays's Rebel- 
lion, 1. 301; and capture of Shat- 
tuck, 305. 

Gragg, Washington P., on com. on 
Boston bicentenary, 2. 220; sub- 
scription to Boston dinner (1830), 
6.342. 

Graham, Major (?) Gordon, in cam- 
paign of 1760, 4. 408, 409. 

Graham, James, death in Am. army 
(1776), 12. 102. 

Graham, James, Atty.-Gen. of Mass., 
10. 289; sent to Eng. (1690), 7. 
152. 

Grahame, James, Harvard LL.D. 
(1839), 5. 227; memoir, 7. 123. 

Grainger, W., engraving of Washing- 
ton, 5. 420. 



Grammar, Priestley's work, 3. 15. 

Grammarians Funeral, facsim.,5. 2-3. 

Grand d'Hauteville, Ellen (Sears), 2. 
423 n. 

Grand d'Hauteville, Frederic S., in 
Civil War, 2. 417 n. 

Grand Diable, vessel on Lake Cham- 
plain (1760), 4. 403, 5. 381, 384. 

Grand Juste, prize case (1743), 5. 87. 

Granger, Gideon, and Jefferson 
(1806), 20. 282; and Madison, 345. 

Granger, Capt. John, at siege of Bos- 
ton, 9. 52. 

Grant, , of Antigua, in Boston 

(1776), 10. 103. 

Grant, Major, of Vt. (1776), 6. 87. 

Grant, Anna [Mason], 2. 5; port., 17. 

Grant, Mrs. Anne, letters from Anna 
C. Lowell (1809-10), 18. 302-317; 
Am. subscription ed. of Letters 
from the Mountains, 303, 305- 
307; on Miss Lowell, 303, 311 n.; 
on Elizabeth Smith, 315 n.; as 
writer, 19. 470, 471; Tory, 472. 

Grant, George, journal of Sullivan's 
expedition, 2. 438. 

Grant, Rev. George M., at Cabot cele- 
bration, 12. 8. 

Grant, John, identified with ''Wether- 
cock," 19. 276. 

Grant, John T., on Pottawatomie 
Massacre, 14. 5 n.-6 n. 

Grant, Moses, characterized, 12. 142. 

Grant, Patrick, gift to M.H.S., 2. 5; 
Commencement part (1828), 5. 
197; spread, 198. 

Grant, Robert, on S. F. McCleary, 15. 
263. 

Grant, Thomas, account of Sullivan's 
expedition, 2. 438. 

Grant, Ulysses S., and David Sears, 
2. 416; conditions at beginning of 
administration, 9. 317; and E. R. 
Hoar, 319; errors in Memoirs, 10. 
484; present attitude of South, 18. 
237; and Butler (1864), 19. 342- 
356 ; strategy in Va. campaign, 342- 
344, 348; responsibility for fail- 
ure, 344-348, 351 ; inadequate staff, 
344 n., 20. 162-163; Appomattox 
campaign, 87-112 [see Aj)pomat- 
tox]; and Johnson, 431; inevita- 
bility of election (1868), 434, 436; 
and Sumner, 546. 

Grantland, Seaton, and Graves-Cilley 
duel, 12. 292. 

Granville, Granville G. Leveson- 
Gower, 2d earl of, and proposed in- 
tervention (1862), 18. 145, 147- 
149, 152, 20. 468-471; paper on 
12 



178 



GRAPE ISLAND AFFAIR-GRAY 



his relations with U. S., 453-474; 
biog., 454, 460-463; as leader of 
Lords, 455; character, 455-457; 
career as Minister, 457-460; and 
the Queen, 468; and Treaty of 
Washington, 471; and Cockbum's 
conduct, 473. 

Grape Island affair (1775), 10. 92. 

Grasse-Tilley, Frangois J. P., comte 
de, and Oge's insurrection, 2. 316 n. ; 
at Haiti, 340; battle with Rodney, 

3. 130, 19. 153, 155, 157, 160; 
figure of, suggested for Lafayette 
Monument, 4. 40; Yorktown, 6. 
149, 19. 140. 

Grattan, Thomas OoUey, at Harvard 
Commencement (1840), 5. 231; 
3it(P BK (1842), 9. 134, 135. 

Gratze, Misses, of Philadelphia 
(1804), 2. 13. 

Graupner, Gottlieb, papers, 20. 438. 

Graves. See also Greaves. 

Graves, , customs ofiicer (1708), 

4. 155. 

Graves, , guest of Old Colony 

Club, 3. 395. 
Graves, , Brit, navy captain 

(1776), 2. 303. 
Graves, , Philadelphia militia 

officer (1807), 20. 306. 
Graves, Colonel, of East Shore, Md. 

(1781), 6. 158. 
Graves, John, death in Am. army 

(1776), 12. 102. 
Graves, Admiral Samuel, arrives at 

Boston, 10. 87. 
Graves, Thomas, probable draftsman 

of Waters- Winthrop map, 1. 214. 
Graves, Capt. Thomas, in Va. county 

court (1632), 3. 4; vestryman, 5. 
Graves, Dr. Thomas, of Charlestown, 

7. 169; opposition to restored govt. 

(1689), 12. 278; justice of peace, 

13. 229; and General Court 

(1675), 399. 
Graves, William J., GUey duel and 

aftermath in Congress, 12. 286-292. 
Gravesend, L. I., Maverick on (1660), 

1. 245; in 1650, 2. 49. 
Gray. See also Grey. 
Gray, Abraham, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 177. 
Gray, Asa, Harvard A.M. (1844), 5. 

245 ; and Darwin, 8. 50. 
Gray, Benjamin, at funeral Of Hannah 

Gerrish, 14. 39 n. 
Gray, Lieut. ( ?) Ebenezer, at siege of 

Boston, 9. 75. 
Gray, Ellis, purchases confiscated 

Boston estate, 10. 180. 



Gray, Elizabeth [Chipman], 4. 22, 18. 
157. 

Gray, Elizabeth P. (Gardner), 4. 23. 

Gray, Francis Galley, subscription 
for M.H.S. building, 3. 291, 292; 
port., presented, 4. 110; delay in 
memoir, 342, 5. 309; in M.H.S., 5, 
311-312; Harvard LL.D (1841), 
233; M.H.S. tributes to, 309, 311- 
313; death, 312; culture, 312; re- 
printed M.H.S. paper, 6. 232; on 
com. on M.H.S. semi-centenary, 
288 n.; memoir of W. J. Spooner, 
7. 124; junior member M.H.S., 

9. 94; B K oration (1816), 
116; biog. note, 116 n.; poem 
(1840), 131; and attempt to in- 
crease M.H.S. membership (1846), 

10. 321 ; at bicentenary of N. Eng. 
Confed., 19. 361. 

Gray, Frederic T., Harvard A.M. 
(1847), 5. 253. 

Gray, Harriet [Upham], 18. 157, 158. 

Gray, Harrison, in Boston society, 10. 
33, 39; member of Fire Club, 38; 
on com. on address to Gage, 85; 
debate on Com. of Corresp. (1774), 
86; absentee loyalist, 164; con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 172. 

Gray, Horace [1], career, 18. 157, 161. 

Gray, Horace [2], on end of slavery 
in Mass., 1. 41 n. ; on minutes of 
Otis's Writs of Assistance argu- 
ment, 6. 195; reprinted M.H.S. 
paper, 232-233 ; on genesis of 
Mass. towns, 7. 215; list of publi- 
cations (1900-02), 15. 29, 16. 129; 
M.H.S. tributes to, 251-268; in 
M.H.S., 251-253; and C. F. 
Adams [2], 253, 255; and natural 
history, 254, 18. 161; as court re- 
porter, 16. 255, 256, 18. 162; hist, 
research and method, 16. 255-258, 
266, 18. 164, 166; note on riparian 
rights, 16. 256 ; review of Dred Scott 
decision, 256; number of opinions, 
259, 18. 166, 170; and Juilliard 
vs. Greenman, 16. 259-262, 18. 
174-175; and literary work, 16. 
262; as judge, 263, 266-268, 18. 
165-185; character and success, 
16.263-264,267,18. 186; bequest 
to M.H.S., 16. 265; as lawyer, 265, 
18. 158,. 163; memory, 16. 266; 
style, 266; m moir assigned to 
J. C. Gray, 291; on suicide, 527; 
Memoir by G. F. Hoar, 18. 155- 
187; PORT, and AUTOG., 155; non- 
legal capacity, 156; birth, 157; 
ancestry, 157; marriage, 158; 



GRAY-GREAT ISLAND 



179 



death, 159; legal education, 159- 
162; politics, 160; address on 
Marshall, 185-186. 

Gray, Horatio, gift to M.H.S., 14. 
144. 

Gray, Jane (Matthews), 18. 158. 

Gray, John, subscription to Boston 
dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Gray, John Chipman [1], in M.H.S. 
group picture (1869), 3. vii; sub- 
scription for M.H.S. building, 291, 
292; Memoir by J. C. Ropes, 4. 
22-37; PORT., 22; birth and an- 
cestry, 22; education, 22; studies 
law, 22, 23 ; abroad, 22 ; marriage, 
23; residences, 23; interest in 
horticulture and agriculture, 23; 
as scholar, 24; and Harvard, 24; 
in M.H.S., 24; in Am. Acad., 24; 
honorary degree, 24; public ser- 
vices, 24-25; interest in public 
finance, 25; politics, 25; and 
antislavery and abolitionism, 26; 
conscientiousness, 27; religion, 27; 
death, 27 ; in old age, 27 ; — Com- 
mencement spread (1811), 5. 176; 
subscription to Boston dinner 
(1830), 6. 342; <P 5 Z oration (1821), 
9. 118; biog. note, 118 n.; in Mass. 
Conven. (1853), 18. 34; and 
Everett, 95. 

Gray, John Chipman [2], elected a 
member M.H.S., 12. 167; on 
J. C. Ropes, 13. 218-221; and 
memoir of J. C. Ropes, 14. 198; on 
J. B. Thayer, 16. 13-14; memoir 
of Horace Gray assigned to, 291. 

Gray, Capt. Robert, papers on voy- 
age, 3. 215; voyages to Oregon, 7. 
^ 417-418; pictures of adventures, 
418-419; discovery of Columbia 
River, 419-421. 

Gray, Samuel. See Boston Mas- 
sacre. 

Gray, Thomas, in Boston society, 10. 
39; and Molasses Act, 60; on 
com. on address to Hutchinson 
(1771), 77; and on address to 
Gage, 85; debate on Com. of 
Corresp. (1774), 86. 

Gray, Thomas [H. C. 1790], Harvard 
D.D. (1826), 5. 195; at Harvard 
Commencements (1830-42), 203, 
214, 233, 236; exhibition part 
(1788), 16. 431 ; at Divinity School 
exercises (1836), 19. 364. 

Gray, Thomas, Commencement part 
(1823), 5. 190; biog. note, 190 n. 

Gray, Thomas Fales, gift to M.H.S., 
1. 358. 



Gray, William, bookbinder (1739), 

17. 31. 

Gray, Lieut.-Gov. William, 4. 22; 
port., 14. 144; career, 18. 157. 

Gray, WiUiam, resigns membership 
M.H.S., 1. 228; Friday Club, 14. 
473, 16. 465; Henry Lee's char- 
acterization, 19. 252. 

Grayson, William, candidacy (1788), 
15.124; death, 134; opposition to 
Constitution, 17. 425, 481, 508; 
letters to Madison (1787), 461, 473 
[see Madison]. 

Great Awakening, and sexual moral- 
ity, 6. 498-502; Watts on, 9. 335, 
349, 386, 387, 389, 391, 392, 395, 
404, 406, 407; Edwards's Narra- 
tive, 335, 353, 356, 360, 364 ; White- 
field on disturbances, 10. 300. 

Great Harrington, Mass., Washington 
Monument subscription box, 2. 
140. 

Great Britain. — See also analyzed 
references under Army, England, 
Parliament, Scotland, Wales, and 
rulers and wars by name. — Un- 
official missions to (1861), 1. 203- 
209, 13. 191, 193, 16. 465; Jay's 
negotiations and treaty, 3. 46, 
15. 145-156; royal v to, 5. 156- 
163; Treaty of Washington, 8. 17- 

19, 20. 471-474; J. Q. Adams on 
govt. (1810), 10. 379-380; and neu- 
tral trade (1810), 380-381 ; (1794), 
15. 143-145; hope of adjustment 
with U.S. (1810), 10. 380; Laird 
rams, 13. 178-197; change in at- 
titude towards U. S., 15. 189-193, 
227; and Span.-Am. (1823), 373- 
436 [see Monroe Doctrine]; slave- 
trade question with (1837), 464; 
Tren^ affair, 16. 465-467, 17. 441, 

18. 141; rule of dependencies, 17. 
8; Rich. Price and nat. debt, 266, 
273 ; Shelbume on ministry (1774), 
274; Shelburne on affairs (1784), 
322; and Am. commerce (1785), 
327-329; French treaty (1786), 
357 ; proposed intervention in Civil 
War (1862), 442-448, 18. 123-154, 

20. 463-471; whale-fishery bill 
(1788), 17. 501-502; regulation of 
slave-trade (1788), 508; and La., 18. 
56; cotton and Civil War, 19. 330- 
334 ; Wm. Duane on U. S. and (1806- 
09), 20. 296, 301, 312-316, 321-330. 

Great Island, command of fort on 
(1686), 13. 261; port of entry 
(1686), 264; diaboUcal perform- 
ances at (1686), 14. 168-171. 



180 



GREAT LAKES-GREEN 



Great Lakes, cartographical develop- 
ment of Cartier's stories concern- 
ing, 7. 307-309. 

Great Rebellion, army and Parliament 
(1647), 11. 6; age of polit. leaders, 
228 ; transport of Scotch prisoners, 
13. 32. 

Greaton, Gen. John, in Jersey cam- 
paign, 2. 224; in Rev. army, 443; 
regt. leaves Albany (1778), 444. 

Greaton's Tavern, Boston, 10. 46. 

Greaves, Thomas, protest (1689), 12. 
278. 

Greece, battle of Marathon, 17. 252- 
262; of Salamis, 383-405; U. S. 
and revolution, -18. 102. See also 
Athens. 

Greele, Antoinette (Paine), 2. 101. 

Greek, Stephen Salisbury on, 2. 97; 
J. Q. Adams on, 10. 386-387; 
Jos. Willard on lexicon, 17. 371. 

Greek Revolution, interest in U. S., 
18. 102. 

Greeks, migrations, 12. 108-110; 
hist, importance, 13. 94; and sui- 
cide, 16. 529. 

Green. See also Greene. 

Green, , sea-captain (1700), 1. 

154. 

Green, , innkeeper at Coventry 

(1775), 9. 41. 

Green, , Boston money broker 

(1788), 16. 441. 

Green, Sergeant ( ?) Andrew, furlough, 
6. 127. 

Green, Anna (Pierce), keeps a car- 
riage (1768), 1. 225. 

Green, Bartholomew, and printing of 
act reversing witchcraft attainders, 
1. 78, 85, 94-96, 100; in 1717, 8. 
218; works printed by (1692- 
1701), 9. 494-527, 532, 533, 10. 
543, 12. 380, 393, 410, 413, 17. 
24-26, 38, 44-54, 61-64, 67; 
Printers Advertisement, 9. 524; 
death, 10. 99, 11. 249; bill against 
govt. (1691), 253. 

Green, Benjamin [H. C. 1784], biog. 
note, 16. 312 n. 

Green, Duff, and Pres. Johnson, 19. 
396. 

Green, Ezra, Unitarian, 3. 164. 

Green, Francis, letter to E. Winslow 
(1779) on fleet at Newport, 2. 239. 

Green, Harriet E., index to Pickering 
Papers, 6. 189. 

Green, Henry, justice of peace (1686), 
13. 231. 

Green, Jacob, in General Court 
(1692), 7. 162. 



Green, James D., at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1846), 5. 249. 

Green, Capt. Jerry, member of Boston 
Fire Club, 10. 38. 

Green, John, marshal-general, pro- 
claims James II., 12. 223, 19. 44; 
marshal (1686), 13. 235, 273. 

Green, John, death at Louisburg 
(1745), 11. 444. 

Green, John Richard, ignores last 
royal veto, 5. 158; Gardiner on, 
16.8. 

Green, Rev. Joseph [1] [H. C. 1695], 
biog. note, 9. 532. 

Green, Joseph [2], land grant, 1. 44. 

Green, Joseph [H. C. 1726], member 
of Boston Fire Club, 10. 38; on 
com. on address to Hutchinson 
(1771), 77; absentee loyalist, 164. 

Green, Joshua, business, 1. 43, 44. 

Green, Nathaniel, sea-captain (1693), 

7. 165. 

Green, Nathaniel, of Groton, in cam- 
paign of 1760, 4. 392; recruit, 6. 
427. 

Green, Oliver, death at Louisburg 
(1745), 11. 436. 

Green, Richard, in Boston society, 

10. 91, 97, 98; exiled from Boston 
(1776), 102. 

Green, Ruth [Mitchell], 9. 532. 

Green, Samuel [1], works printed by 
(1652-91), 9. 414-446, 453, 460, 
462, 465, 468, 469, 473, 476, 531, 

11. 248, 12. 274, 283, 383, 384, 387, 
17. 16, 30, 31, 33, 38, 56, 58, 68; 
connection with Johnson, 11. 241; 
before Council on books printed 
(1668), 248; death, 249; petition 
for new type (1658), 250; petition 
on censorship, 251. 

Green, Samuel [2], runs Sewall's press, 

8. 390; works printed by (1681- 
90), 9. 452-487, 11. 21, 12. 276, 
277, 282, 283, 390, 17. 33-37; 
death, 11. 249 ; bill against Council 
(1689-90), 251-253. 

Green, Samuel Abbott [Communica- 
tions follow], gifts of books and 
MSS. to M.H.S., 1. 42, 4. 156, 158, 
7. 414, 454; list of publications 
(1883-1906), 1. 169, 2. 68, 391, 3. 
279, 4. 106, 348, 5. 439, 6. 404, 7. 
369, 8. 185, 9. 23, 10. 121, 11. 317, 

12. 175, 13. 66, 14. 128, 15. 29, 16. 
129, 17. 213, 18. 269, 19. 205, 20. 
207; annual reports as Librarian 
M.H.S. (1883-1906), 1. 171, 2. 70, 
393, 3. 281, 4. 107, 349, 6. 449, 6. 
415, 7. 371, 8. 195, 9. 24, 10. 122, 



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181 



568, 11. 331, 12. 187, 13. 77, 14. 
141, 15. 42, 16. 143, 17. 228, 18. 
286, 19. 222, 20. 226; elected Li- 
brarian (1884-1906), 1. 180, 2. 80, 
404, 3. 298, 4. 119, 366, 5. 456, 6. 
420, 7. 383, 8. 201, 9. 39, 10. 137, 
573, 11. 335, 12. 190, 13. 80, 14. 
146, 15. 51, 16. 148, 17. 233, 18 
289, 19. 226, 20. 232; announce- 
ments as Librarian, 1. 200, 3. 347, 
4. 376, 5. 332, 6. 40, 165, 285, 
351, 7. 455, 8. 21, 168, 171-173, 
415, 10. 540, 12. 456, 13. 161-163, 
310, 15. 521, 18. 392-394, 19. 168, 
300, 20. 1 ; on com. on Parkman 
MSS., 1. 362; report, 2. 225-228; 
on commission on Mass. Archives, 
68; executor of J. L. Sibley's 
will, 169; on com. on labors of 
B. F. Stevens, 219; gifts of ports, 
and plates to M.H.S., 394, 395, 

3. 282, 283, 4. 109, 110, 350, 6. 
451, 6. 41, 417, 7. 373, 8. 196, 197, 
9. 27, 28, 10. 125, 293, 11. 333, 12. 
189, 14. 144, 145, 15. 46, 17. 230, 
19. 224; in M.H.S. group picture 
(1869), 3. vii.; memoir of A. A. 
Lawrence assigned to, 63, 11. 367; 
absent from meetings, 3. 253, 4. 91, 

7. 1, 8. 1, 11. 103, 17. 439; presents 
gifts from others, 3. 276, 7. 315-317, 

8. 22, 80, 170, 18. 296, 19. 409; on 
Library Com. (1887, '89), 3. 318, 

4. 367; presents communications 
of other members, 21, 208, 5. 340, 
7. 31, 347, 425, 8. 225, 344, 367, 
505, 9. 172, 277, 10. 470, 11. 1, 8, 
277, 12. 425, 13. 302, 14. 198, 382, 
18. 83, 392, 394, 19. 20, 34, 306, 
440, 20. 27, 490, 560, 587; on com. 
on centenary of Washington's in- 
auguration, 4. 158; report, 199; 
on special Library Com. (1889), 
366; report, 382-383; presents 
Dupr6 Collection to Boston Public 
Library, 5. 352; record of M.H.S. 
obligation to, 456, 457 ; on com. on 
M.H.S. centenary, 6. 196, 214; 
remarks, 203, 7. 125, 317, 8. 56, 
59, 519, 9. 158, 196, 233, 10. 440, 
490, 11. 24, 233, 336, 12. 29, 154, 
195, 252, 292, 371, 13. 62, 142, 156, 
378, 424, 14. 149, 176, 16. 290, 17. 

•141, 18. 362, 19. 227, 20. 21, 83, 
537; M.H.S. circular letter (1873), 
6. 213; reprinted M.H.S. papers, 
233-235; moves vote of thanks, 
420; remarks on A. T. Perkins, 422; 
M.H.S. delegate to Am. Philos. 
Soc, 8. 59; reports as acting 



Cabinet-Keeper (1893, 1904), 196, 
18. 287; service as Librarian, 8. 
343; junior member M.H.S., 9. 
94; elected Vice-Pres. M.H.S. 
(1895-1906), 10. 137, 572, 11. 335, 
12. 190, 13. 80, 14. 145, 15. 51, 16. 
147, 17. 233, 18. 289, 19. 226, 20. 
232; senior member M.H.S., 11. 
108; memoir of Abbott Lawrence 
assigned to, 367; motion by, 448; 
on com. to pub. Pepperrell Papers, 
12. 9; presides, 30, 13. 120, 425, 
15. 1, 17. 128, 162, 19. 1, 83, 168, 
200, 20. 420, 587; remarks on 
Jules Marcou, 12. 196; and return 
of Bradford MS., 15. 80; on ad- 
visory com. on Hart's co-operative 
history, 493; remarks on Cutty- 
hunk, 16. 249; on com. to pub. 
cat. of Waterston Library, 17. 235 ; 
signs memorials on Constitution, 
18. 121, 20. 5; on com. on Old 
State House, 246, 421 ; acknowledg- 
ment to, 596 n. 

Communications: on verses by 
Sewall, 1. 13, 2. 41-43; on Peter 
Faneuil, 1. 42, 222; on Benj. 
Walker, 43 ; on Wm. Douglass and 
early medical practice, 44-47; on 
Windsor chairs, 147-148; on 
''Hungry March," 229-231; 
Groton during Shays's Rebel- 
lion, 298-312 ; on Northern Lights 
in N. Eng., 2. 102-105; communi- 
cates letters on Beadle murder, 
147-149 ; on improvement in com- 
munication, 149; on J. L. Sibley's 
will, 168; on kinswoman's recol- • 
lections of Wm. Prescott, 3. 320; 
communicates letter on forged 
medallion, 348 ; letters on churches 
in N. S., 4. 67-73; on death of 
B. F. French, 102; Provincial 
CENSUS OF 1765, 136-140; on 
death of E. G. Squier, 142; on an 
old deed, 156; on Charleston Year 
Books, 158; letter on Shays's Re- 
bellion, 158; on Hubbard's map of 
N. Eng., 199-206, 6. 40; on Wm. 
Brinsmead's note-book, 4. 298- 
302; on Robt. Keayne's note- 
books, 313-316, 5. 435; on Foy 
and Marblehead, 4. 336-337; on 
some Indian names, 373-374; jour- 
nal of David Holden, 384-409; 
on Grammarians Funeral, 5. 2-3; 
minutes about Indian captives, 
114-115; on Chas. Deane, 133; on 
F. W. Palfrey, W. F. Allen, 149- 
150 ; on purchase of earliest records 



182 



GREEN 



of Mass., 166; on origin of name of 
town of Becket, 166; on first 
funeral prayer in Boston, 331-332; 
on engraving of battle of Lake 
George, 416-418; Danforth's deed 
to York, Me., 432-435; papers on 
Groton milit. companies (1758, 
'60), 6. 21-33, 426-432; inquiry on 
sermons in Indian, 65; on M.H.S. 
group picture (1858), 76-78; on 
broadsides and file of Boston News 
Letter, 171-174:; letter of Jefferson, 
174-175; on report of Otis's Writs 
of Assistance speech, 190-196; 

M.H.S. CENTENNIAL BIBLIOGRA- 
PHY, 203-249, 343-349; on sub- 
scription list to Boston bicentenary 
dinner, 340-343, 7. 316; on anec- 
dote of Washington, 6. 349-350; 
on SewalFs Latin epigrams, 381; 
on authorship of Day-Breaking, 
392-395; on file of N. Eng. C our ant, 
516-517; on gravestones of Frank- 
lin's relatives, 517-518; com- 
municates letter from Dept. of 
State on Dutch medals, 7. 19; 
list of memoirs in Collections, 121- 
125 ; diary of Lawrence Hammond, 
144-172 ; on various gifts, 315-317 ; 
on Waters-Winthrop map, 335- 
338; letter of John Tulley, 414- 
415; on sermon containing pre- 
dictions on Washington (1755), 
454; on diary of Wm. Nutting, 8. 
22-23; on facsims. of early news- 
papers, 53-55; on death of Sir 
John B. Burke, 78; on book- 
worms, 105-106; on ports, of In- 
crease Mather, 143-151 ; on Water- 
ston Bequest, 171-173; on Du- 
plesis's and Greuze's Franklin 
ports., 173; on ''Nonacoicus,'* 
209-212; Sewall MSS., 212-225; 
on engraving of Crown Point, 225; 
on Harvard ** University," 265; on 
150th anniversary of Am. Philos. 
Soc. 265; Carrier's Address (1796), 
266-267; on death of E. D. Neill, 
276; on M.H.S. flag-hanging days, 
280 ; on Putnam's map of Worces- 
ter Co. , 279-280 ; M.H.S-. Library, 
312-344; three funeral 'elegies, 
387-395; on death of C. H. Bell, 
395; on treatment of female loy- 
alists in Boston, 412-415; non- 
consumption agreement (1786), 
496; on Habermann's ^* Views," 
497-499, 9. 168; on John Wheel- 
wright, 8. 505-508 ; doggerel.ballad 
(1755), 9. 2-5; letter on social rank 



at Harvard (1749), 5-7; on senior 
and junior members M.H.S., 92- 
94; early docs, on Harvard, 97- 
102; on embroidery showing Har- 
vard(?) Hall, 102; on Mass. dona- 
tion to S. C. (1781), 169-172; on 
death of Comte de Paris, 172; on 
Danforth's plans of land tracts, 
193-195; on R. C. Winthrop, 221- 
224; on eds. of ^'Day of Doom," 
269-274; on other works of 
Wigglesworth, 274-275 ; Early 
Am. imprints, 410-540, 12. 273- 
285, 380-423, 17. 13-75, 19. 168; 
papers on estate of Saml. Skelton, 
10. 108-115; Dates of earlV 
Harvard Commencements, 194- 
205, 360, 12. 72-73, 285; Benj. 
ToMPSON, 10. 263-284, 369-371; 
on death of Pierre Margry, 294; 
communicates tribute of Peabody 
Educ. Fund to R. C. Winthrop, 
404; on names of certain N. Eng. 
villages, 465-467; list of articles 
sent to Mather Byles, Jr. (1780), 
470-472; Early book cats., 540- 
547; on copy of old Mass. law, 11. 
17; on printed works of John 
Higginson, 19-23 ; on Sibley's books 
and MSS., 67-68; on John Bar- 
nard's note-books, 71-74; on eds. 
of Symmes's sermon on Lovewell, 
179-182; old laws of Harvard, 
200-207; on work by Benj. Wood- 
bridge, 207; Lowell's account of 
Spanish smuggling, 208; on Otis 
Papers, 221-226; Early history 
OF printing in N. Eng., 240-253; 
Abercrombie's letter on Lexington, 
304-306; on leaving Tremont 
Street building, 306-308; diary of 
Dudley Bradstreet, 417-446; on 
Justin Winsor, 12. 30-32; diary of 
Amos Famsworth, 74-105; letters 
of Isaac Watts, 149-152; letter of 
Rev. Dudley Bradstreet, 197; 
Rev. John Fiske's note-book, 317- 
338; on Julius Dexter, 342; anec- 
dote of Arnold's soldiers, 346-348; 
on development of Back Bay, 13. 
1-4; on M. F. Force, 120; on 
Winsor Bequest to Library, 161- 
163; on first Boston imprint, 
174-177; report on Groton church 
afiFairs (1712), 298-302; diaries of 
Increase Mather, 337-374, 397-411 ; 
extract from Hammond's diary, 
411; on C. F. Dunbar, 425; on 
E. G. Porter, 426-428; John 
Marshall's diary, 14. 13-34; on 



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183 



recovery of vol. of Whitefield*s 
tracts, 171-173; on MS. summary 
of duties of constable, 382-383 ; on 
W. M. Evarts, 15. 1-2 ; on phrases 
resembling Lincoln's Gettysburg 
speech, 92-94; narratives of 
Phips's expedition (1690), 281-320; 
on Boy dell's engraving of Penn's 
treaty, 365; on a Sewall common- 
place-book and book-plate, 521; 
on will of Mrs. Sibley, 16. 20-23; 
on Cardiff Giant, 474-475; on 
J. L. M. Curry, 17. 128; on Wash- 
ington Elm, 128-129; on J. D. 
Washburn, 162-163; on J. T. 
Hassam, 236; on W. S. Appleton, 
236; on John Wilson, 237; on 
Christian Remick, 18. 296; on 
Boston Magazine^ 326-330; Rev. 
Joseph Eliot, 467-471; John 
Foster, 19. 51-60; on port, of 
Geo. Livermore, 83; and of J. L. 
Sibley, 168; on Abb6 Casgrain, 
200; on Washington Oak at Mt. 
Vernon, 297-299; on bicentenary 
of Franklin, 20. 246-247; on paint- 
ing of Mrs. Mary A. Jones, 409-410 ; 
on medal designed by Franklin, 
410-411; on E. J. Young, E. F. 
Slafter, 421 ; on early engraving of 
Harvard, 421; on death of Alex. 
Brown, 550; on Longfellow and 
Joshua Coffin, 573. 

Green, Simon, on Indian scout (1748), 
6. 431. 

Green, Thomas, of Conn., and Jas. 
Parker, 16. 192, 194, 216, 219. 

Green, Thomas, purchases confiscated 
Boston estate, 10. 176. 

Green, Thomas, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151. 

Green, Timothy, works printed by 
(1700-01), 17. 27, 49, 50, 53. 

Green, William, of Groton (1760), 6. 
427; funeral, 12. 94. 

Green, William, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151, 152. 

Green Dragon, Boston inn, burned 
(1690), 7. 156. 

Green Harbor (Marshfield), Maverick 
on (1660), 1. 242. 

Greenbury, Catharine [Mrs. Porter], 
exile in Amsterdam (1604), 6. 53, 
59. 

Greenbury, Rosa, exile in Amsterdam 
(1604), 6. 53. 

Greenbush, N. Y., troops at (1760), 
4. 389; in 1777, 6. 99; in 1762, 7. 
390. 

Greene. See also Green. 



Greene, , exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 53. 

Greene, , of (?) Conn. (1672), 4. 

265. 
Greene, Ann, wife of testator John, 

1. 138. 
Greene, Anstis (Greene), 14. 72. 
Greene, Benjamin, member of '^Pos- 

see," 10. 38. 
Greene, Charles W., school, 17. 517. 
Greene, Col. Christopher, in Arnold's 
Quebec expedition, 2. 275, 277 ; in 
assault on Quebec, 293 ; captured, 
295; at Providence (1779), 6. 121; 
Red Bank Fort fight, 18. 248. 
Greene, David, Commencement 
spread (1768), 10, 42; career, 14. 
69 n.-70 n. 
Greene, Edith (Washburn), 17. 513. 
Greene, Elizabeth (Gardiner), 13, 

63 n. 
Greene, Francis, on com. on address 
to Gage, 10. 86 ; debate on Com. of 
Corresp. (1774), 86. 
Greene, Francis V., gift to M.H.S., 

10. 472. 
Greene, Gardiner, Boston estate, 1. 

323-325. 
Greene, George Washington [1], goes 

to France (1788), 17. 499. 
Greene, George Washington [2], 
wrong tabulation of Continental 
army, 2. 206. 
Greene, Jeremiah Evarts, on Chas. 

Deane, 5. 130. 
Greene, John [1], estate in Ya., 1. 

138. 
Greene, John [2], of Va., and London, 

will (1685), 1. 138. 
Greene, Martha (Coit |. Hubbard), 14. 

68 n. 
Greene, Gen. Nathanael, reported cap- 
ture (1778), 3. 122, 123; Dupre's 
medal, 5. 350; on rapidity of 
Cornwallis's movements, 6. 436; 
in Boston society (1776), 10. 97; 
news of Carolina campaign, 19. 
123, 133, 135, 138, 139, 141, 144, 
147-149, 155, 158, 159, 166; 
Guilford Court House, 125, 127; 
Hobkirk Hill, 133; McCrady's 
opinion of Sumter and, considered, 
20. 112-118. 
Greene, Nathaniel, of Boston, pur- 
chases confiscated estate, 10. 166; 
AUTOG., 14. 68; career, 69-71. 
Greene, Perseverance (Johnson), 6. 

56. 
Greene, Rebecca (Rose), 14. 69 n. 
Greene, Richard W., 17. 513. 



184 



Oreene-greenough 



Greene, Rufus, member of ^'Possee/' 
10. 38; in Trinity Church vestry, 
89. 

Greene, Thomas, career, 13. 63 n. 

Greenhill, , innkeeper at Louis- 
burg, N. C. (1804), 2. 21, 34. 

Greenill, Robert, seaman (1655), 19. 
291. 

Greenland, Frances [Mrs. Brinson], 
19. 293. 

Greenland, Dr. Henry, paper on, 19. 
288-294 ; in Newbury, 288, 291,294 ; 
plot against Rich. Cutt, 288-290; 
in N. J., 290, 293; as physician, 
292; Maine lands, 292; descend- 
ants, 293; probable ancestry, 294. 

Greenland, sources on discovery, 4. 
43; theory of recent change of 
climate, 5. 336. 

Greenlaw, William P., gift to M.H.S., 
16. 146. 

Greenleaf. See also Greenlefe. 

Greenleaf, Major (1788), 16. 388. 

Greenleaf, Benjamin, biog. note, 16. 
322 n., 383 n.; mentioned in J. Q. 
Adams's diary (1787-88), 322, 382, 
390, 420, 425, 449, 450; delegate 
to Ratification Conven., 349; 
Adams on, 425. 

Greenleaf, Mrs. Benjamin [Mrs. 
Derby], J. Q. Adams on, 16. 425. 

Greenleaf, Ebenezer, 16. 422 n. 

Greenleaf, Elizabeth [Mrs. Parsons], 
16. 425. 

Greenleaf, Elizabeth (Coates), 16. 
372 n. 

Greenleaf, Hannah [Mrs. Boyd], and 
J. Q. Adams, 16. 381. 

Greenleaf, Jane [Mrs. Cross], 16. 383 n. 

Greenleaf, Jane (Coombs), biog. note, 
16. 422 n. 

Greenleaf, John, musician, 16. 410 n. 

Greenleaf, John [b. 1760], biog. note, 
16. 372 71., 379 w. ; mentioned in 
J. Q. Adams's diary (1788), 379, 
415, 426. 

Greenleaf, Jonathan, on Mass. Com. 
of Corresp., 4. 85, 86; representa- 
tive (1788), 16. 417; biog. note, 
417 w. 

Greenleaf, Joseph, characterized, 12. 
141 ; prominent rebel, 16. 92. 

Greenleaf, Lucy (Cranch), 16. 410 n. 

Greenleaf, Mary, biog. note, 16. 383 n. 

Greenleaf, Mary (Presbury), 16. 417 n. 

Greenleaf, Miss P. (1787), 16. 333. 

Greenleaf, Sarah, biog. note, 16. 383 n. 

Greenleaf, Simon, as instructor, 3. 
323; in Mass. Conven. (1853), 18. 
34. 



Greenleaf, Capt Stephen, in Phips's 
Quebec expedition, 15. 299. 

Greenleaf, William [? d. 1756], sub- 
scribes to Merchants' Notes (1733), 
17. 208. 

Greenleaf, William [d. 1803], on com. 
on Sheaffe affair (1770), 10. 73; 
characterized, 12. 141. 

Greenleaf and Freeman, Boston pub- 
lishing firm, 18. 329. 

Greenlefe, Enoch, book owned by, 
9. 420. 

Greenly, Edward, prize cases (1736), 
5. 86; (1743), 87. 

Greenough, Abigail (Hammond), 
birth and marriage, 7. 151; child, 
156; Mrs. Whippo, 160. 

Greenough, Cathanne S. (Curtis), 14. 
471. 

Greenough, Charles P., and Dear- 
bom's journal, 2. 437; roster of 
Sullivan's expedition, 441. 

Greenough, David S., Commence- 
ment part (1805), 5. 170; biog. 
note, 170 n. 

Greenough, Horatio, bust of Marshall, 
14. 335; in Florence (1829), 19. 
448. 

Greenough, Capt. John (1726), 14. 
468. 

Greenough, John, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 180. 

Greenough, Luke, 7. 151, 160. 

Greenough, Masters 16. 422, 449. 

Greenough, Norman, characterized, 
12. 142. 

Greenough, Sarah (Gardner), 14. 468. 

Greenough, Deacon Thomas, 4. 242 n., 
14. 468 ; purchases confiscated Bos- 
ton estate, 10. 172. 

Greenough, William, immigrant, 14. 
468. 

Greenough, William Whitwell, 
elected to M.H.S. Council (1884, 
'85), 1. 180, 2.80; on Nominating 
Com. (1886, '89), 225, 4. 309; re- 
ports, 2. 403, 4. 366; presents re- 
port of Council (1886), 2. 390-393; 
gift to M.H.S., 4. 110; M.H.S. 
tributes to, 13. 171-174; as trustee 
Boston Public Library, 171-174, 
14. 476-481; in M.H.S., 13. 174, 
14. 474; bust presented, 144; 
Memoir by Barrett Wendell, 468- 
482; PORT, and autog., 468; birth 
and ancestry, 468; boyhood, 468; 
education, interest in languages, 
469-470; in business, 470; travel, 
471; marriage and children, 471; 
in Common Council, 471 ; and con- 



green's farm-grindal 



185 



gressional nomination, 471; death, 

472; homes, 472; societies and 

clubs, 472-473; as head of gas 

company, 474; friendship with 

older men, 475; appearance and 

character, 481 ; last years, 482. 
Green's Farm, Conn. (1778), 6. 112. 
Green's Tavern, R. I. (1778), 6. 113. 
Greenville, Thomas, prize case (1743), 

5.87. 
Greenville, N. H., origin of name 

Mason Harbor, 10. 465-467. 
Greenwich, Margaret [Mrs. Colman], 

exile in Amsterdam (1608), 6. 

53. 
Greenwich, Conn., Maverick on 

(1660), 1. 245; in 1650, 2. 49; 

Feke estate, 6. 3, 7, 11, 18-20. 
Greenwich, N. J. (1779), 2. 475. 
Greenwich, R. I., Am. troops at 

(1779), 6. 121. 
Greenwood, , exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 53. 
Greenwood, Dexter, 4. 385. 
Greenwood, Francis William Pitt, 

Harvard D.D. (1839), 5. 227; 

memoir of Jas. Freeman, 7. 123; 

junior member M.H.S., 9. 94; 

port., 13. 79. 
Greenwood, Rev. John, Isaac Watts's 

correspondent, 9. 410. 
Greenwood, Mary (Holden), 4. 385. 
Greenwood, William, letter on Declar- 
atory Act (1766), 11. 446. 
Gregg, Andrew, election (1807), 20. 

298. 
Gr^goire, AhM Henri, pamphlet on 

emancipation, 2. 318, 372 n. 
Gregor, , consul at St. Croix 

(1807), 20. 299. 
Gregory XVI., and Ursuline Convent 

riot, 3. 218; G. E. Ellis on, 10. 

230-232. 



Gregory, 
6. 53. 

Gregory, 



exile in Amsterdam, 



innkeeper in Va. 



-, rumored defection 

(1781), 19. 124. 
Gregory, , of Boston (1788), 16. 

399. 
Gregory, , 

(1804), 2. 33. 
Gregory's Hotel, Albany (1812), 19. 

367. 
Grennell, George, and Graves-Cilley 

duel, 12. 292. 
Greno. See Gano. 
Grenville, George, purpose of colon. 

policy, 11. 294-298. 
Grenville, Thomas, Harvard LL.D. 

(1846), 5. 250. 



Grenville, William W., baron, Jay 
negotiations, 15. 145. 

Greuze, Jean B., Franklin port, at- 
tributed to, 8. 173. 

Grew, Theophilus, salary at Philadel- 
phia Academy (1754), 7. 341. 

Grey. See also Gray. 

Grey, Charles, 1st earl, at Martha's 
Vineyard (1778), 3. 85. 

Greyer, George, informer, tarred and 
feathered, 10. 73. 

Greyhound, in Newport trade (1777), 
2. 238. 

Greyhound, sketch of fight with La 
Fleury (1746), 10. 125. 

Greyhound Inn, Boston, 10. 46. 

Gridley, Benjamin, addresses to 
Hutchinson and Gage (1774), 14. 
50 n., 51 n. 

Gridley, Hannah, death, 14. 16. 

Gridley, Jeremiah, funeral, 10. 28; 
in Boston society, 32, 39; Atty.- 
Gen. of Mass., 290. 

Gridley, Col. Richard, at interment 
of Warren, 10. 99. 

Griffin. See also Griffing. 

Griffin, Colonel, on Mattapony (1781), 
6. 148. 

Griffin, Cyrus, candidacy for Va. 
Council (1788), 15. 126, 133; in 
Continental Congress, 17. 495; 
mentioned, 19. 119. 

Griffin, Rev. Edward D., Bishop's 
reply to, 19. 199. 

Griffin, Frederic, death, 2. 390. 

Grifl&n, Jasper, at siege of Boston, 9. 
47. 

Griffin, John, of Conn., instructions 
to and return (1658), 5. 289. 

Griffin, John, Boston bookseller 
(1682-84), 17. 17, 32. 

Griffin, Mary [Mrs. Babson], 3. 138. 

Griffing, Jasper, at siege of Boston, 
9. 81 

Griffith, George, patent (1631), 1. 
233. 

Griggs, , of Roxbury, Apostle 

Eliot on, 18. 343. 

Grigsby, Hugh Blair, and Va. Con- 
ven. of 1829, 4. 305. 

Grimsdich, Thomas, at Old Provi- 
dence, 13. 47 n. 

Grindal, Edmund, collateral descend- 
ants, 3. 247. 

Grindal, John, exile in Amsterdam, 
6.53. 

Grindal, Mrs. Margaret, exile in Am- 
sterdam (1615), 6. 53. 

Grindal, Mary, exile in Amsterdam 
(1615), 6. 53. 



186 



GRINDAL-GUERCHEVILLE 



Grindal, Swithin, exile in Amsterdam 

(1615), 6. 53. 
Grindon, Prudence [Mrs. Reynolds!, 

17. 175. 
Grinnan, A. G., on Jos. Jones, 15. 

117. 
Grinnell, Joseph, Washington Monu- 
ment appeal, 2. 143. 
Grippe, in Mass. (1698), 1. 152; 

prevalence in St. Petersburg (1812), 

10.8. 
Griswold, Alexander V., Harvard 

D.D (1812), 6. 177. 
Griswold, Annah L. (Ames), 19. 65; 

character, 66. 
Griswold, Bathsheba (North), 19. 65. 
Griswold, Daniel, career and char- 
acter, 19. 65-66. 
Griswold, Edward, descendants, 19. 

65. 
Griswold, John, 19. 65. 
Griswold, Joseph, 19. 65. 
Griswold, Louisa [Mrs. Field], 19. 61, 

63, 65. 
Griswold, Mary (Ward), 19. 65. 
Griswold, Dep.-Gov. Matthew, at 

siege of Boston, 7. 410, 9. 71. 
Griswold, Stanley, and Mich, affairs 

(1806), 20. 290, 294, 336. 
Griswold, Rev. Stanley, Huntington 

controversy, 19. 198. 
Griswold, Temp)erance (Lay), 19. 65. 
Griswold, Whiting, in Mass. Conven. 

(1853), 18. 35, 36. 
Groce, Nahum H., Commencement 

part (1808) and biog. note, 5. 173, 

173 n. 
Grosart, Rev. Alexander B., and Ed- 
wards MSS., 15. 4. 
Gross. See also Groce, Grosse. 
Gross, Charles, elected a member 

M.H.S., 15. 69; sends letter on 

Lavisse, 19. 167. 
Gross, Simon, drowned, 14. 24. 
Grosse, Edward, of Eng. (1650), 1. 

136. 
Grosvenor, Ebenezer, illness, 16. 407. 
Groton, Conn., town votes (1706-14), 

5. 302. 
Groton, Mass., Indian attack (1704), 

1. 157; (1694), 7. 167; (1776), 13. 
402; Green's Hist. Series, 1. 169, 

2. 68, 3. 279, 4. 106, 348, 5. 439; in 
Shays's Rebellion, 1. 298-312, 4. 
158; number of insurgents, 1. 299; 
request of grievances in warrant 
for town meeting, 299-301; cap- 
ture of Shattuck, 304-306; riots 
(1781), 310; general attitude to- 
ward Rebellion, 310; Court of Com- 



mon Pleas removed from, 311; 
burning of Brown's potash works, 
311-312; views, 3. 283, 4. 109, 
110; rank (1790), 136; original 
size, 136; population (1655-1885), 
137-140; slaves (1755), 137; polls 
(1778-84), 139; towns formed 
from, 140; papers on company 
raised in (1758), 6. 21-33; recruits 
(1760), 426-430; members of In- 
dian scout (1748), 430-432; church 
record on sexual morality, 493-495 ; 
diary of Wm. Nutting (1777-1804), 
8. 23; meaning of name Nonacoi- 
cus, 210-212; aid for S. C. sufferers 
(1781), 9. 171; candidates for 
ministry at (1712), 11. 73; (1776), 
12. 91-92 ; minutemen and battle of 
Lexington, 76-77, 103-105; diary 
of Amos Farnsworth (1775-79), 
78-102; letter on conditions (1706), 
197-198; removal to, of Chelms- 
ford men (1662), 320, 331-335; 
and Merrimack County (1686), 13. 
255; church controversy (1712), 
298-302. 

Groton, Vt., origin of name, 6. 21.^ 

Groton Hall, L. I., papers concerning 
manor of, 5. 305-306. 

Grotto of Cumsean Sibyl, G. E. Ellis 
on, 10. 232. 

Grouchy, Emmanuel, and Waterloo, 
19. 346. 

Ground Squirrel Bridge, Va. (1781), 
6. 1S9. 

Ground Squirrel Meeting House, Va. 
(1781), 6. 139. 

Grout, Sir Jenkin, character invented 
by Emerson, 14. 146. 

Grout, William, captured (1758), 6. 
33. 

Grove, Rev. Henry, death, 9. 361. 

Grove, William Barry, 2. 22. 

Grundmann, Otto, port, of Geo. 
Dexter, 4. 54. 

Grundy, George B., on Persian War, 
17. 385 71. 

Gual, Pedro, as official, 20. 386. 

Guale, harbor of, Menendez on, 8* 
463. 

Guardner. See also Gardner. 

Guardner, John, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Guatemala, Wm. Duane on archae- 
ology (1824), 20. 380. 

Gucht, G. v., engraving of Saml. 
Willard, 4. 109. 

Guercheville, Antoinette, marquise 
de, and ArgaU's raid, 1. 188, 191, 
192. 



GXJSSEFELD-HAITI 



187 



Giissefeld, Franz Ludwig, map 
(1784) and Northeastern boundary, 
3. 366. 

Guice, Shepherd, of Ga., 20. 517. 

Guide to Heaven (1689), 17. 35. 

Guilbert, , of Conn., death at 

siege of Boston, 7. 408. 

Guild. See also Gild. 

Guild, , of Boston (1788), 16. 

435. 

Guild, Benjamin, Bowdoin on (1780), 
8. 290. 

Guild, jlJharles E., Commencement 
spread (1846), 5. 251. 

Guild, Henry, gift to M.H.S., 9. 27. 

Guild, Reuben A., on early history of 
Roger Williams, 3. 253. 

Guilford, Earl of. See North (Fred- 
erick). 

Guilford, Conn., Maverick on (1660), 

1. 244; in 1650, 2. 49; settlement, 
• 16. 492 ; civil and relig. polity, 

493-496; decline, 497-498; and 

proposed removal to West Indies, 

499. 
Guilford Court House, battle, 19. 

125, 127. 
Guillaume, Eugene, at Congress of 

Hist. Sciences (1903), 17. 246. 
Guillim, John, eds. of Display of 

Heraldry, 2. 249; on exploded 

coats of arms, 249-257. 
Guinea Company, and Barbadoes 

trade (1664), 4. 280. 
Gullock, Thomas, and pirates (1699), 

5. 298. 
Gunboats, Jefferson's, Jon. Mason on, 

2. 12. 

Gunn, Elisha, visit to Tuscarora In- 
dians (1762), 7. 390-395. 

Gunpowder, scarcity at siege of Bos- 
ton, 1. 20. 

Gunpowder Plot, celebration at 
Crown Point (1760), 4. 405, 5. 388; 
subscription to celebrate, in Am. 
army (1775), 9. 50. ^ 

Gunston, , collection of tobacco 

pipes, 4. 219. 

Gunther, Charles F., memorial on 
Constitution, 18. 332. 

Gurnet, The, Mass., 3. 411. 

Gurney, Thomas, shorthand system, 
16. 475. 

Guston, Lemuel, signs Wyoming 
capitulation (1778), 3. 342. 

Guthrie, James, as lawyer in Louis- 
ville, 7. 289. 

Guthrie, William, report of debates 
in Parliament, 2. 162. 

Gutteridge. See Goodrich (Benj.). 



Guyau, Marie J., on extermination of 
low races, 17. 11. 

Guyon, Madame, hymn, 17. 134. 

Guyse, Rev. John, corresp. with Col- 
man, 9. 348; and Jon. Edwards's 
A^a7Ta^ti;e,353,360,362,364; Para- 
phrase, 358, 363; and Coward Be- 
quest, 381, 386. 

Gwin, Capt. Thomas, in Phips's Que- 
bec expedition, 15. 289, 306. 

Gwinnett, Button, Signer, 1. 282; 
grave, 8. 174. 



H 

H., A., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 49. 

Habeas corpus, Wm. Rous's case, 8. 
231-235; writ suspended in legis- 
lative commitments, 232-234; act 
of 1679 not extended to colonies, 
233-234. 

Habermann, Frangois Xavier, doubt- 
ful ''Views in Boston," 8. 497-499; 
engravings of other Am. scenes, 9. 
169. 

Hackett, Frank W., acknowledg- 
ment to, 4. 251 n. ; and preserva- 
tion of Constitution, 18. 331. 

Hackett, Capt. Simon, in Parliament- 
ary army, 13. 46. 

Hadley, Mass., regicides in, 9. 441; 
question of free school (1686), 13. 
272, 282; Indian attack (1677), 
405. 

Haeckel, Ernst H., on soul, 20. 449. 

Hafiield. See Hasfield. 

Haggardsin, Joseph, of Tenn., 20. 
514. 

Hagget, Moses, killed (1758), 6. 33. 

Hague, James D., and Am. colony at 
Gottingen, 12. 366. 

Hague, The, G. E. Ellis on, 10. 221. 

Hailes, Harris W., in N. Brun., 3. 70; 
at funeral of Edw. Winslow, 93. 

Haill, Nicholas, milit. watch (1689), 
1. 162. 

Haines. See also Haynes. 

Haines, A. M., on Gen. Haynes, 3. 
160. 

Saines, Deacon John, of Sudbury, and 
Worcester affairs (1686), 13. 247, 
251. 

Haines, Joseph, preface to Fitch's 
election sermon, 9. 435. 

Haines, Samuel, on wreck of Angel 
Gabriel, 17. 82; career, 83. 

Hair, objections to long, in colon. 
N. Eng., 9. 98, 99, 19. 172. 

Haiti. See Santo Domingo. 



188 



HAKLUYT-HALE 



Hakluyt, Richard, Woods-Deane ed. 
of Westerne Planting, 7. 75; on 
Cartier's voyages and Northwest 
Passage, 309; St. Lawrence region 
on maps, 311-312; and Cabot's 
discovery, 11. 162-163, 168. 

Halderman, John A., gift to M.H.S., 
1.32. 

Haldimand, Sir Frederick, to remain 
in Canada (1784), 3. 80. 

Haldimand Papers, on spurious 
Montcalm letters, 3. 204; publi- 
cation, 4. 308. 

Hale. See also Hailes, Haill, Heale. 

Hale, Betsey (Holden), 4. 385. 

Hale, David, 4. 385. 

JIale, Edward Everett [Communica- 
tions follow], list of publications 
(1886-1906), 2. 392, 3. 280, 4. 106, 
6. 404, 7. 369, 8, 185, 14. 128, 16. 
129, 17. 213, 18. 269, 20. 208; on 
com. on index to for. docs, of Am. 
Rev., 3. 159; report, 178; Com- 
mencement part, 6. 227; Master's 
oration, 236; Lowell Institute 
lecture, 6. 208 ; (PBK prayer (1847), 
9. 142; remarks, 10. 552, 11. 187, 
12. 311, 14. 360, 15. 239, 323, 364, 
16. 534, 17. 35, 18. 59, 333, 19. 408; 
and return of Bradford MS., 15. 
80; M.H.S. com. on 80th birth- 
day, 493; on com. on preserva- 
tion of Constitution, 493; gift to 
M.H.S., 17.230; on com. on Adams 
Memorial, 18. 1, 192; and Emanci- 
pation Concert, 20. 248. 

Communications: on Peter 
Thacher, 1. 359; on Drake's land- 
fall in Calif., 3. 260; on Ojibway 
dialect, 6. 259; on Boston and Mo. 
Compromise, 7. 119; on tercen- 
tenary of discovery of Am., 8. 29; 
on G. E. Ellis, 9. 257-262; letter 
on B. M. Watson, 10. 469 ; Memoir 
OF B. M. Watson, 12. 253-258; on 
Saml. Eliot, 314-317; on an Eng. 
Bunker's Hill, 423 ; letter on Shays's 
Rebellion traditions, 15. 371-373; 
on Christ Church and Revere's 
ride, 17. 208; on failure of Con- 
stitution appropriation, 18. 331, 
334-335; on MS. Dept. of Library 
of Congress, 335-340; on E. W. 
Donald, 384; on W. A. Field, 19. 
82; on Capt. Amundsen, 20. 438. 

Hale, Ellen (Sever |Tebbets), 12. 498. 

Hale, Col. Enoch, in Saratoga cam- 
paign, 3. 106, 107. 

Hale, George Silsbee, on Nominat- 
ing Com. (1884), 1. 77; report, 180; 



remarks, 192, 2. 88, 131, 6. 65, 7. 
421, 425, 8. 519, 10. 490; on 
Maiden's Instructions on Independ- 
ence, 1. 335-339; on F. E. Parker, 
2. 212-216; communicates unpub. 
letters, 3. 275-276; elected to 
M.H.S. Council (1888, '89), 4. 119, 
366; on com. on Cabinet (1889), 
367; on P. W. Chandler, 382; on 
term Spanish Main, 5. 110-114; re- 
printed M. H. S. paper, 6. 235 ; gifts 
to M. H. S., 8. 197, 235, 9. 28, 11. 
226, 334 ; presents gift from Cooke 
family, 8. 254; on Harvard ''Col- 
lege" or ''University," 254-264; on 
Francis Parkman, 362-365; on 
G. E. Ellis, 9. 262-267; on Ellis 
Bequest, 10. 5, 6; on Succinct Gen- 
ealogy of House of Greene, 472; 
publication (1897), 11. 317; 
M.H.S. tribute to, 12. 9; and 
Radcliffe, 10; in M.H.S., 61, 500; 
Memoir by A. B. EUis, 483-500: 
PORT, and AUTOG., 483; birth and 
ancestry, 484-485 ; education, 486; 
friendships, 487; doubt as to 
career, 487 ; as teacher, 487-488 ; in 
Europe, 488; as lawyer, 488-491; 
public life, 489; and pay of negro 
soldiers, 489; politics, 490; and 
woman suffrage, 490; philanthropic 
work, 491; addresses, 492, 494; 
at international conference of 
charities (1889), 492-493; societies, 
493; honorary degree, 494; and 
Phillips Exeter, 494 ; literary work, 
494-496, 498; and charity laws, 
496 ; character, 496-499 ; marriage, 
498; children, 499; summer home, 
499; death, 500. 

Hale, Henry (or Moses), disciplined 
at college (1731), 5. 404. 

Hale, Horatio, elected a corresp. 
member M.H.S., 2. 225; accepts, 
258; death announced, 11. 221. 

Hale, Rev. John, death, 1. 154; es- 
cape from lightning (1689), 7. 148; 
in Phips's Quebec expedition, 15. 
299. 

Hale, John P., as member of Naval 
Com., 16. 467 ; as Minister to Spain, 
471, 20. 189. 

Hale, Jonathan, non-consumption 
agreement (1786), 8. 497. 

Hale, Nathan, Washington Monu- 
ment appeal, 2. 143; subscription 
for M.H.S. building, 3. 291; edits 
Prince's Annals, 6. 215; subscrip- 
tion to Boston dinner (1830), 342; 
in Mass. Conven. (1853), 18. 34. 



HALE-HALLECK 



189 



Hale, Roger, lawsuit on sugar duty, 

10. 61. 
Hale, Salma, letters to A. Livermore 

and from Jefferson, 3. 275; G. S. 

Hale on, 12. 484. 
Hale, Capt. Samuel, killed at Louis- 
burg (1745), 11. 428. 
Hale, Sarah J. (Buell), 5. 235. 
Hale, Sarah K. (King), character, 12. 

484-485. 
Hale, Thomas, Sr.j loyal petition 

(1666), 6. 471. 
Hale, William, Unitarian, 3. 164. 
Hale, William G., Commencement 

part (1842), 5. 235; biog. note, 

235 n. 
Hales, , of Isle of Wight (1695), 

2. 183. 
Hales, John, exile in Amsterdam, 6. 

53. 
Hales, Robert, clerk of chancery 

(1654), 13. 19. 
Haley. See Halie, Hawley, Healy. 
Half Moon, N. Y., troops at (1760), 

4. 389, 390. 
Half-Way Brook fight (1758), 6. 22, 

32-33. 
Haliburton, James D., 4. 415. 

Halie, , exile in Amsterdam, 6. 53. 

Halifax, Mass., loyalist refugees, 2. 

234. 
Halifax, N. S., in 1776, 2. 300; post 

with Quebec (1787), 3. 75-76; 

Hessians at (1782), 4. 6-7; aspect, 

7; fortifications, 8; and Indians, 

8; Congreg. Church (1770), 70; as 

refuge for loyalists (1775), 10. 413, 

415-416; life of loyalists, 457-459; 

Cabot quater-centenary, 12. 2-8; 

strategic importance (1807), 20. 302. 
Halifax, Fort, on Kennebec, 2. 278. 
Halifax Gazette, unique set and re- 
prints, 8. 55. 
Hall. See also Hull. 

Hall, , sea-captain (1693), 7. 165. 

Hall, , of Md., in Am. army 

(1775), 8. 60. 
Hall, , sea-captain (1829), 19. 

441. 
Hall, Adam [3], loyalist refugee, 2. 

234. 
Hall, Alfred B., broker, 4. 34. 
Hall, Rev. Arthur C. A., on Nicholas 

Hoppin, 3. 303. 
Hall, Atherton, non-consumption 

agreement (1786), 8. 497. 
Hall, Caroline [Mrs. Parkman], 8. 521. 
Hall, David, and Franklin, 16. 198, 

201. 
Hall, Dudley, ports, owned by, 2. 197. 



Hall, Edward B., Harvard D.D. 
(1848), 6. 255. 

Hall, Edward Henry, and Harvard 
students, 5. 415; elected a mem- 
ber M.H.S., 13. 310; on Library 
Com. (1900), 14. 1; report, 145; 
Memoir of C. F. Dunbar, 218-228; 
represents M.H.S., 15. 493, 20. 
534; remarks, 18. 60. 

Hall, Franklin, Commencement part 
(1841), 5. 232 ; biog. note, 232 n. 

Hall, George Holmes, medical degree, 
16. 439; biog. note, 439 n.; ex- 
hibition part (1780), 18. 222. 

Hall, Granville Stanley, elected a 
member M.H.S., 10. 454; accepts, 
468; remarks, 11. 385, 15. 323, 17. 
449, 18. 471; list of pubHcations 
(1900-04), 15. 29, 18. 269; Civ- 
ilization AND SAVAGERY, 17. 4-13; 

Study op negro, 19. 95-107; 
Memoir of G. F. Hoar, 258-267; 
on Stephen Salisbury, 419-421. 

Hall, Hubert, elected a coiresp. mem- 
ber M.H.S., 19. 409. 

Hall, Hugh, director of Merchants' 
Notes scheme (1733), 17. 196, 205, 
207. 

Hall, Jacob, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 151. 

Hall, Capt. James, brings tea to Bos- 
ton, 10. 81, 82. 

Hall, John, engraving by, 16. 146. 

Hall, John E., legal publication, 14. 
330 n. 

Hall, Joseph, of Marshfield, loyalist 
refugee, 2. 234. 

Hall, Joseph, purchases confiscated 
Boston estate, 10. 166. 

Hall, Judith (Quincy), SewalPs epi- 
taph, 17. 44. 

Hall, Luke, loyalist refugee, 2. 234. 

Hall, Lyman, Signer, 1. 282. 

Hall, Lieut. Moses, at siege of Boston, 
9. 52, 67. 

Hall, Robert, Harvard D.D., 5. 186. 

Hall, Samuel, shipwright, 7. 321. 

Hall, Samuel C, Pres. of Novioma- 
gians, 7. 63. 

Hall, Thomas, gift to M.H.S., 3. 294. 

Hall, Thomas, collection of coins, 20. 
421. 

Hallam, Henry, as party writer, 3. 
155, 159; ignores last royal veto, 
5. 158; Harvard LL.D. (1848), 255. 

Hallam, John, summons to (1700), 
5. 299. 

Halleck, Henry W., attitude towards 
Charleston, 15.268; and Butler, 19. 
353. 



190 



HALLET-HAMMATT 



Hallet, Anna, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 

178. 
Hallett, Benjamin F., in Mass. Con- 

ven. (1853), 18. 35, 37. 
Hallett, Elizabeth (Fones | Winthrop | 

Feke), marriages and character, 6. 

2-4; letters to John Winthrop, Jr. 

(1630, '49-52), 4, 10-13; Lyon's 

complaints against, 5-7; process 

against, 7, 10; return to New Neth., 

10; not Mrs. Underhiil, 13 n, 
Hallett, George, subscription for 

M.H.S. building, 3. 291. 
Hallett, Samuel, 6. 13. 
Hallett, William [1], marriage to 

Mrs. Feke, 6. 3, 5-7; and John 

Winthrop, Jr., 9, 10; in New Neth., 

letter to Winthrop (1650), 11-13; 

later career, divorce, 13. 
Hallett, William [2], 6. 13. 
Halloway, Anthony, of Brookfield, 

7. 385. 
Hallowell, Benjamin [1], subscribes 

to Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 
Hallowell, Benjamin [2], absentee 

loyalist, 10. 164; confiscated estate, 

172, 174. 
Hallowell, Benjamin, deserts (1760), 

5. 383. 
Hallowell, Jacob, killed (1760), 5. 360. 
Hallowell, Robert, in Boston society, 

10.77; attack on (1773), 79; takes 

refuge in Boston (1774), 88; ab- 
sentee loyalist, 164. 
Hallowell, Sarah [Mrs. Vaughan], 17. 

407. 
Hall's Tavern, Pembroke, 10. 47. 
Halpin, Frederick, engraving of Saml. 

Osgood, 3. 283. 
Halstead, Robert, genealogy pub. by, 

10. 472. 
Halton, Joane, exile in Amsterdam, 

6.53. 
Halton, Samuel, exile in Amsterdam, 

6.53. 
Hamant, Capt. Timothy, in campaign 

of 1760,4.389. 
Hambleton, Michael, Boston estate, 

1. 314, 318. 
Hamblett. See Hamlin. 
Hamilton. See also Hambleton. 
Hamilton, Colonel, absentee loyalist, 

10. 164. 
Hamilton, Mrs. Abby, letter to Sarah 

Bache (1792) on Mrs. Knox's 

costume, 11. 197. 
Hamilton, Alexander, bust, 2. 258; 

port., 6. 416; anecdote, 7. 271; 

Higginson on (1784), 8. 176-178; 

Va. Republicans and financial 



reports, 15. 122 n., 138-143; integ- 
rity doubted, 147; Camillus papers, 
148; anxiety as to success of con- 
stitution, 16. 173; Talleyrand's 
opinion, 470; and divided sov- 
ereignty, 17. 104; and ratification 
of Constitution, 475; Federalist, 
493, 500, 508; Anna C. Lowell 
on, 18. 308; notes on Fed. Conven., 
348-362. 

Hamilton, Mrs. Amos, of Brookfield, 
7. 385. 

Hamilton, Andrew [3], at Philadelphia 
Academy, 7. 341. 

Hamilton, Anne (Hamilton), duchess 
of, petition (1697), 5. 296. 

Hamilton, Ezekiel, death at Wyoming, 
3. 346. 

Hamilton, Lieut.-Gov, Henry, surren- 
der of Vincennes, 3. 129. 

Hamilton, Lieut.-Gov. James, estate, 
7. 342. 

Hamilton, Paul, and Jon. Mason, 

2. 26. 

Hamilton, Robert, non-consumption 

agreement (1786), 8. 497. 
Hamilton, Stanislaus M., letter (1884) 

on MS. Journals on Independence, 

1. 287 n. 
Hamilton, William Douglas, 4ih duke 

of, opinion on claim of (1697), 

6. 296. 

Hamilton, William, at Philadelphia 

Academy, 7. 341. 
Hamilton Bank, Boston, banknote 

plates, 20. 438. 
Hamlet. See Hamlin. 
Hamblin. See Hamlin. 
Hamlin, Anna (Light), exile in 

Amsterdam (1609), 6. 53. 
Hamlin, Augustus C, and Menana in- 
scription, 4. 5b. 
Hamlin, Edward, exile in Amsterdam 

(1612), 6. 53. 
Hamlin, Capt. ( ?) Eleazer, at siege of 

Boston, 9. 89. 
Hamlin, Elizabeth (Smyth), exile in 

Amsterdam (1612), 6. 53. 
Hamlin, Ezekiel, of Charlestown, 

7. 170. 

Hamlin (Hamblett, Hamblin), Giles, 

3. 196; and Natl. Sylvester, 4. 
271-273; loss feared, 276. 

Hamlin, Ralph, exile in Amsterdam 

(1609), 6. 53. 
Hammatt, , at Boston dinner 

(1776), 10. 103. 
Hammatt, Abraham [1], guest of 

Old Colony Club, 3. 397, 409, 412, 

415; biog. note, 415 n. 



HAMMATT-HANCOCK 



191 



Hammatt, Abraham [2], guest of Old 
Colony Club, 3. 398, 409, 410, 413, 
430; biog. note, 415 n. 

Hammatt, Mrs. Abraham (Howland), 

3. 415 n. 

Hammatt, Priscilla (Le Baron), 3. 

415 n. 
Hammatt, W. J., works on Boston 

defences (1814), U. 152. 
Hammatt, William, of Nantucket, 

4. 130. 

Hammell, , of Cherry Valley, 2. 

447 ; wounded by Indians, 449. 
Hammett, William, bill of sale of 

slave, 20. 520. 
Hammond, , at Morrisania 

(1804), 2. 8. 
Hammond, Abigail, ill (1688), 7. 145; 

birth, 151; marries Greenough, 

151 ; marries Whippo, 160. 
Hammond, Abigail (Collins | Willet), 

marriage and death, 7. 150. 
Hammond, Mrs, Anne, marriage, 7. 

150. 
Hammond, Asa, Boston estate, 1. 

324. 
Hammond, Audria (Eaton), marriage 

and death, 7. 150. 
Hammond, Rev. Charles, 3. 263. 
Hammond, Dorothy, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 53; Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 

178. 
Hammond, Edmund, haron, at Con- 
stantinople, 19. 502. 
Hammond, Capt. (?) Edward, at siege 

of Boston, 9. 61. 
Hammond, Elizabeth [Mrs. Peirson], 

7. 151, 160; ill (1688), 145. 
Hammond, Francis, ill, 7. 145; goes 

to sea, 146; death (1688), 150. 
Hammond, Francis, death (1689), 7. 

151. 
Hammond, G., works on Boston 

defences (1814), 14. 152. 
Hammond, James H., on impossibility 

of blockade, 19. 327 n. ; on King 

Cotton, 328. 
Hammond, Jane, 7. 151. 
Hammond, John, of Charleston, 7. 151. 
Hammond, Lieut. John, of Water- 
town, milit. escort by (1694), 4. 79. 
Hammond, Jonathan, marshal (1686), 

13. 257. 
Hammond, Joseph, candidacy (1698), 

12. 284. 
Hammond, Mrs. Joseph, of Newport 

(1760), 7. 345. 
Hammond, Lawrence [1], earlier 

references to diary, 4. 300 n.,7. 144 ; 

diary (1688-94), 144-168, 13. 411; 



career, 7. 145; on overthrow of 
Andros, 149; account of family, 
150-151 ; clerk of writs (1690), 152; 
on Phips's expeditions, 154-156; 
on the restored govt., 155-157; on 
Boston fires, 155, 165, 13. 411; on 
flood in Conn., 7. 160; on reception 
of Phips as Gov., 161; on election 
to first provin. Assembly, 161-162; 
moves to Boston, 163; necrology 
(1677-78), 168-171; medical re^ 
ceipts, 171-172; on com. to procure 
artillery (1673), 11. 184; on com. 
on war expenses (1676), 12. 402 ; to 
examine Danforth's accts., 13. 260, 

Hammond, Lawrence [2], 7. 151. 

Hammond, Mrs. Margaret, 7. 150. 

Hammond, Martha, 7. 151. 

Hammond house, 14. 291. 

Hamor, Ralph, extant copy of True 
Discourse, 12. 160. 

Hampshire, Mass., Conn, aid (1693), 

5. 295; county officers (1686), 13. 
243; orders on court (1686), 245, 
271. 

Hampton, Mrs., of Isle of Wight 
(1700), 2. 192. 

Hampton, Wade [1], in War of 1812, 
20. 365, 372. 

Hampton, Wade [2], engraving, 8. 
196; and burning of Columbia, 15. 
265-270. 

Hampton, Mass., and Harvard Hall 
(1677), 9. 101. 

Hampton, N. H., Maverick's account 
(1660), 1.234; in 1650,2. 48. 

Hampton Court Conference, con- 
sidered, 3. 156, 157. 

Hampton Falls, N. H., Saml. Langdon 
as pastor, 18. 212. 

Hanbury, Capel, letter on Declara- 
tory Act (1766), 11. 446. 

Hanbury, William, of Plymouth, 7. 
134. 

Hanchett, Oliver, in Quebec expedi- 
tion (1775), 2. 269, 275, 281; in 
assault on Quebec, 292; captured, 
295; in irons, 298. 

Hancock, Dorothy (Quincy), record of 
marriage, 6. 396. 

Hancock, Ebenezer, characterized, 
12. 140. 

Hancock, John, exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 53. 

Hancock, Capt. John, 3. 300. 

Hancock, Rev. John [1], ordained, 1. 
153; and Groton church contro- 
versy (1712), 13. 299-301. 

Hancock, Rev. John [2], admitted to 
First Church of Cambridge, 5. 406; 



192 



HANCOCK-HARDENBURGH 



record of church discipUne, 6. 487- 
491; and revivalism, 500; sermon 
on Col. Quincy, 9. 362. 

Hancock, John [3], Provincial Con- 
gress, 1. 194; keeps a carriage, 225; 
commands Cadets, 251; tradi- 
tional remarks to Chas. Carroll, 
277 n. ; Signer, 281; painting dedi- 
cated to, 2. 156, 18. 296; official 
letter announcing Independence, 
3. 375; and Ratification, 4. 66; on 
Mass. Com. of Corresp., 82; journal 
of meetings, 85-90 ; record of mar- 
riage, 6. 396; and Thaddeus Burr, 
396; letter to Bowdoin (1785) on 
indignity from Harvard, 8. 63 ; of- 
ficial brief on aid for S. C. (1781), 
9. 171; in Boston society, 10. 31, 
33, 39; excursion (1772), 46; fire 
ward, 54 ; and repeal of Stamp Act, 
62; on com. on non-importation 
(1768), 65, 68; Liberty affair, 67; 
celebrates anniversary of Sons of 
Liberty, 68; vetoed for Speaker 
(1770), 75; boundary commissioner 
(1773), 79; and tea question, 80, 
81, 478; Boston Massacre oration, 
83; and D'Estaing, 105, 106; 
characterized, 12. 140; and Boston 
Massacre, 14. 48 ; papers belonging 
to, 16. 19; promment rebel, 92; 
reelection (1788), 404; J.Q.Adams 
on election (1787), 404 n.-405n.; 
at Harvard exhibition (1788), 409; 
address at Commencement (1788), 
440; at Newburyport, 448, 449; 
at 0BK (1788), 450; visits John 
Adams, 451; as Harvard Treas- 
urer, 18. 204-205; C. W. Peale's 
miniature, 395 n.; Jas. Savage's 
opinion, 20. 243; Harvard LL.D., 
492. 

Hancock, Susannah [Mrs. Hoppin], 
3. 300. 

Hancock, Thomas, gift of lunatic 
asylum, 10. 60; bookseller, 545; 
donation for asylum, 14. 44 n. ; 
subscribes to Merchants' Notes 
(1733), 17. 207. 

Hancock, WiUiam, soldier, punished, 
2. 451, 454. 

Hancock, Winfield S., as milit. 
administrator, 11. 220. 

Hancock house, relic, 3. 178; en- 
graving, 16. 145. 

Hand, Gen. Edward, in Sullivan's 
expedition, 2. 464, 470. 

Handel and Haydn Society, services 
of C. C. Perkins, 3. 227, 234; *' His- 
tory," 234. 



Handfield, Major William, at New- 
port (1777), 2. 238; at Halifax, 
10. 422, 458, 459. 

Handy, Robert, and -Woodbridge- 
Phillips duel, 18. 239-241. 

''Hangman's branch" on Boston 
Common, table made from, 8. 282. 

Hankerson, Ensign John, in campaign 
of 1760, 6. 380. 

Hannah, prize case (1750), 5. 96. 

Hannah, privateer (1775), 1. 18. 

Hannah and Mary, Boston brig 
(1694), 12. 244; in Phips's Quebec 
expedition, 15. 306. 

Hannan, John, chocolate mill, 11. 390. 

Hannay, James, as journalist, 18. 7. 

Hannay, Samuel, letter on Declara- 
tory Act (1766), 11. 446. 

Hannes, Dr. Edward, knighted (1705), 
8. 213. 

Hanneyaye (Onneyayon), Iroquois 
town, destroyed, 2. 468; fort at, 
470. 

Hanotaux, Gabriel, elected a corresp. 
member M.H.S., 19. 273. 

Hanover, Mass., name as royal me- 
morial, 4. 239 n., 242. 

Hanover, N. H., name as royal me- 
morial, 4. 244. 

Hanover, N. J., name as royal me- 
morial, 4. 248. 

Hanover County, Va., name as royal 
memorial, 4. 250. 

Hanover Meeting House, Va. (1781), 
6. 146. 

Hanson, Captain, of Jamaica, guest 
of Old Colony Club, 3. 396. 

Hanson, Alexander C. [1], and ratifi- 
cation of Constitution, 17. 504. 

Hanson, Alexander C. [2], mobbed, 
19. 375, 383. 

Hanson, Wybra [Mrs. Pontus], 17. 
179. 

Hanwell, Dorothy, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 53. 

Haquountouses, Indian, deed (1659), 
5. 289. 

Harbert, S., of Kittery (1691), 19. 
292. 

Harbor, as name for inland village, 
10. 465-467. 

Harbor Island, ilHcit trade (1708), 4. 
155. 

Harcomb, , of Va. (1766), 19. 110. 

Harden, Abraham, killed (1758), 6. 
33. 

Harden, William, gift to M.H.S., 3. 
283. 

Hardenburgh, John L., journal of 
Sullivan's expedition, 2. 438. 



HARDIN-HARRIS 



193 



Hardin, Col. John, place of defeat, 

14. 359. 
Harding, Benjamin, killed at Wyo- 
ming (1778), 3. 345. 
Harding, Chester, ports, of Webster, 

2. 261, 262; of John Pickering, 4. 

110; of Marshall, 14, 335, 336, 

336 n. 
Harding, Fisher A., Commencement 

part (1833), 6, 211; biog. note, 

211 n. 
Harding, Rev. Robert, priest at Phila- 
delphia (1754), 7. 342. 
Harding, Stukely, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Hardwick, N. J. (1779), 2. 475. 
Hardy, Anna [Mrs. Wilkins], 17. 180. 
Hardy, John, exile in Amsterdam, 6. 

53, 
Hardy, Mary, Pilgrim at Ley den, 17. 

182. 
Hardy, Rev. Samuel, Guide to Heaven, 

17. 35. 
Hardy, Thomas, of Ipswich, petition 

(1637), 3. 199. 
Hardy, Thomas, of Brookfield (1762), 

7. 389. 
Harington, Henry, Nugce Antiquce, 

11. 69. 
Harlakenden, Mary [Mrs. Haynes], 

1. 118. 
Harley, Robert. See Oxford. 
Harleyan mappe-monde, and Cartier's 

explorations, 7. 299. 
Harlow, Abbie R., gift to M.H.S., 4. 

80. 
Harlow, Joshua, 4. 78. 
Harlow, Robert H., Commencement 

part (1841), 5. 232. 
Harmar, Charles, in Va. (1635), 3. 5. 
Harmar, Josiah, sent West (1787), 

17. 469. 
Harmony, merchant ship (1774), 10. 

84. 
Harnack, Adolf, as Melanchthon's 
successor, 11. 266; at Congress of 
Hist. Sciences (1903), 17. 246; 
elected an honorary member M . H . S. , 

18. 334; and M.H.S. meeting, 417. 
Harnden, Samuel, non-consumption 

agreement (1786), 8. 497. 
Harp and Crown, Philadelphia inn 

4. 249. 
Harper, , of Cherry Valley, 2. 

447. 
Harper, Robert G., and Jon. Mason, 

2. 16. 
Harper's Ferry, design • of John 

Brown's raid, 1. 183, 219; effect of 
raid, 14. 8-13. 



Harriet, packet-boat (1770), 16. 224. 
Harrington, Abraham, Commence- 
ment part (1812) and biog. note, 

5. 176 n. 
Harrington, Henry F., Commence- 
ment part (1834), 5. 213; biog. 
note, 213 n. 

Harrington, John, M baron of, funeral 
sermon on, 10. 308-310, 11. 69-70; 
Donne's poem on, 70. 

Harrington, Jonathan, deserter (1775), 
9. 64. 

Harrington, Nathan, recruit (1760), 

6. 429. 
Harrington, Richard, of Shirley, 

6. 429. 

Harris, , of St, Kitts, in Boston 

(1769), 10. 72. 

Harris, Sergeant, of Conn., at siege of 
Boston, 9. 50, 60, 79. 

Harris, Abel, 3. 211. 

Harris, Abraham, suicide, 16. 521. 

Harris, Ann, exile in Amsterdam 
(1616), 6. 53. 

Harris, Anna [Mrs. Collet], 17. 181. 

Harris, Benjamin, letters from John 
Tulley (1694) on almanacs, 7. 415; 
Boston bookseller (1687-90), 9. 
472, 475, 477, 482, 12. 282, 390; 
works printed by (1689-95), 9. 
489-503, 17. 18, 22, 39-41, 60, 64, 
66; almanac (1692), 492. 

Harris, Charles C, enters Harvard, 
14. 20^. 

Harris, Edward Doubleday, Ust of 
publications (1884-1903), 1. 170, 
2. 391, 4, 106, 5. 439, 6. 405, 17. 
213; letter, presenting MS. of Sara- 
toga epitaphs, 4. 376; on special 
com. on Library, 382, 383 ; reprinted 
M.H.S. paper, 6. 235; money gift 
to M.H.S., 19. 208. 

Harris, Frances M. [Mrs. Robbins], 3. 
211. 

Harris, Capt. Giles, in campaign of 
1760, 5. 356, 361, 370, 383. 

Harris, Henry, fund bequeathed to 
M.H.S., 1. 175. 

Harris, Isaac, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151. 

Harris, James W., witnesses gift of 
Sibley Charity, 2. 498. ' 

Harris, Mrs. Jane, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 178. 

Harris, John, and James River canal, 
17. 492-494. 

Harris, John, Jr., facsims. of Hub- 
bard's map of N. Eng., 4. 20, 20 n. 

Harris, Jonathan, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 172. 
13 



194 



HARRIS-HART 



Harris, Mary (Pickering), 18. 196, 
219. 

Harris, Patty (Clarke), 16. 409 n. 

Harris, Robert, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Harris, Rooksby (Coffin), 3. 211. 

Harris, T., letter on Declaratory Act 
(1766), 11. 446. 

Harris, Thaddeus Mason, presents 
John Marshall's diary, 1. 149, 14. 13, 
15 ; on com. on Boston bicentenary, 
letter to Mayor, 2. 220-221; 
Harvard D.D. (1813), 6. 178; 
memoir, 7. 123; memoir of Peter 
Whitney, 125; Asst. Librarian 
M.H.S. (1837), Librarian (1837- 
42), 8. 343; 0BK poem (1805), 
9. Ill; biog. note. 111 n.; prayer 
(1813), 114; on Otis Papers, 11. 
222; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's 
diary (1788), 16. 413; Adams's 
characterization, 414 n.; and 
Adams (1832), 19. 533. 

Harris, Thaddeus William, Com- 
mencement part (1815) and biog. 
note, 5. 180 n. 

Harris, Thankful [Mrs. Cox], 2. 135. 

Harris, Thomas, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 178. 

Harris, Vavasour, Boston bookseller 
(1695), 9. 503, 504; work printed 
by, 506. 

Harris, William, of R. I., Roger Wil- 
liams on (1672), 3. 258. 

Harris, Rev. William, interest in N. 
Eng., 9. 342, 360; death, 378. 

Harris, William, mentioned in J. Q. 
Adams's diary (1787), 16. 309; 
Harvard butler, 409, 413; Vice- 
Pres. ^ B K (1787), 311; biog. 
notes, 311 n., 409 n. 

Harris, William, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151. 

Harris, William C, N. Eng. Ancestors, 
4. 106; Harvard A. M. (1838), 5. 
225. 

Harris, WiUiam T., edits Hubbard's 
General History, 6. 215. 

''Harris's Folly'' in Boston, 5. 425. 

Harrison. See also Haryson. 

Harrison, Albert G., and Graves-Cilley 
duel, 12. 292. 

Harrison, Benjamin, of Va., Signer, 
1. 282; gubernatorial candidacy 
(1788), 15. 124, 125; and assembly 
(1787), 17. 457; Anti-Fed. letter to 
Washington (1787), 476; and Con- 
gress (1780-87), 478, 19. 122, 126; 
rumors of election as Gov. (1781), 
143 ; impeacliment talked of, 166. 



Harrison, Benjamin, of Md., Anti- 
Federalist, 17. 507. 

Harrison, Pres. Benjamin, and civil- 
service reform, 11. 359-363. 

Harrison, Frederic, elected a corresp. 
member M.H.S., 15. 2; at Congress 
of Hist. Sciences (1903), 17. 245. 

Harrison, George, of Philadelphia, 2. 
11, 12. 

Harrison, Gilbert, letter on Declara- 
tory Act (1766), 11. 446. 

Harrison, Jonathan B., pamphlet of 
Southern letters (1881), 15. 162. 

Harrison, Joseph, in Boston society 
(1768), 10. 35, 50; mobbed, 67. 

Harrison, William Henry, campaign 
(1840), 3. 323; Clay follower on 
nomination (1836), 5. 470; Wm. 
Duane on milit. expeditions, 20. 
360,364,372. 

Harrisse, Henri, on Columbus's Italian 
letter, 7. 18; on voyage of Fa- 
gundes, 8. 72-74; on Schoner 
gores, 77; stand in Cabot contro- 
versies, 11. 158, 160, 163-165, 168; 
on Agnese's maps, 373, 381, 382. 

Harrod, Ann [Mrs. Adams], 16. 296 n. 

Harstaff, Ursula [Mrs. Buy water], 6. 
50. 

Hart, Captain, in campaign of 1760, 
5. 357-359, 362, 363, 365, 372, 381- 
383, 389, 391. 

Hart, Captain, at Am. camp (1775), 
7. 410. 

Hart, Albert Bushnell [Communica- 
tions follow], elected a member 
M.H.S., 4. 267; reprinted M.H.S. 
paper, 6. 235; list of publications 
(1890-1906) , 405, 8. 185, 9. 23, 10. 
121, 11. 317, 12. 175, 13. 66, 14. 128, 
17. 214, 18. 269, 19. 205, 20. 208: re- 
marks, 8. 235, 10. 5,490,12. 154,. 351, 
371, 13. 62, 121, 14. 176, 385, 424, 
15. 95, 105, 239, 322, 16. 125, 18. 399, 
19. 60, 20. 21, 118, 411, 590; on com. 
on pub. of papers of Continental 
Cong., 10. 442 ; on com. on hist. MSS. 
(1898-1900), 12. 169, 264, 456, 13. 
142,14. 163; report, 12.261-263; 
motion on Jefferson Papers, 273; 
moves invitation to Am. Hist. Assoc. , 
349 ; remarks on J. C. Ropes, 13. 222 ; 
deposits Chase Papers, 375, 378; 
thanks of M.H.S. to, 378; letter 
to M.H.S. on advisory com. for co- 
operative hist, of U. S., 15. 366; 
com. appointed, 367, 493 ; on Nom- 
inating Com. (1904), 18. 252 ; report, 
289: presents various docs., 325; 
elected to Council(1905,'08), 19. 226, 



HART-HARVARD UNIVERSITY 



195 



20. 232 ; on com. on general index 
of Proceedings, 19. 273 ; signs memo- 
rial on Constitution, 20. 5. 

Communications : on futile search 
for remains of Miles Standish, 4. 
375; on work on veto power, 5. 
165; Harvard College and First 
Church, 396-416; letter of Wm. 
Chamberlin, 10. 490-491; on Justin 
Winsor, 12. 43-44; on Chase 
Papers, 166, 13. 375-378; on 
range of M.H.S. activities, 12. 296; 
on proposed ed. of Bradford and 
Winthrop, 309-311; on Deni on's 
letters to Chase, 423; on map of 
Northwest Territory (1785), 14. 
167; on dreams, 15. 88; on work 
of Am. Hist. Assoc, 478; on con- 
ditions in South, 17. 448, 18.444; 
on Edw. McCrady, 10-13 ; on pro- 
posed Genevan monument to Cal- 
vinists, 396-397; on privateering 
in Am. Rev., 19. 422; docs, on 
domestic slave-trade, 20. 409, 512- 
521; paper on Arnold's treason, 
537. 

Hart, Charles Henry, acknowledg- 
ment to, 4. 258 n.; on misrepre- 
sentation by Jas. Walter, 3. 215; 
gifts to M.H.S., 11. 197, 277; 
on Revere's engraving of Wash- 
ington, 18. 83-85; on John Nor- 
man, 394-396; Edw. Savage, 19. 
1-19; on Revere's first ride, 20. 
560-563. 

Hart, John, exile in Amsterdam 
(1613), 6. 53. 

Hart, Dr. John, surgeon in Am. army 
(1775), 12. 84. 

Hart, John, Signer, 1. 282. 

Hart, Margery (Willoughby), exile in 
Amsterdam (1613), 6. 53. 

Hart, Rainold, exile in Amsterdam 
(1613), 6. 53. 

Hartford, Conn., Maverick on (1660), 
1. 244; inns, 2. 6, 32; in 1652, 49; 
in 1795, 3. 49-50; to be capital of 
Northern States, 49; theatre, 50; 
dysentery, 50; royal memorials, 4. 
245; surviving royal arms, 255; 
journey to (1645), 8. 7-8; church 
controversy (1656-59), 16. 502-503. 

Hartford Convention, causes, 16. 169; 
on State rights, 17. 112 n. 

Hartley, David, map supposedly 
drawn by Franklin and, 3. 366-367, 
4. 60; sale of MSS., 3. 366. 

Hartley, John F., and Hartley Papers, 
3. 367 n. 

Hartwell, Abi [Mrs. Mansfield], 5. 3. 



Hartwell, Jonathan, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 390. 

Hartwell, Joseph, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 390; recruit (1758), 6. 25. 

Hartwell, Josiah S., Commencement 
part (1844), 5. 243. 

Hartwell, Oliver, recruit (1760), 6. 
427. 

Hartwell, Samuel, and Shays's Re- 
bellion, 1. 301. 

Hartwill. See Hartwell. 

Harvard, Anne (Sadler), 4. 82. 

Harvard John, memorial at Em- 
manuel College, 1. 42; comments 
on statue of, 183, 219, 257-259, 2. 
121, 5. 307; effort to trace ante- 

• cedents, 1. 184, 2. Ii9; South- 
wark Harvards, 1. 184-185; ac- 
credited to Middlesex, 185; prob- 
able destruction of record of birth, 
186; knowledge of ancestry, 220; 
docs, on parentage communicated, 
2. 66; character of will, 87; dis- 
covery of wills of relatives, 119; 
date and place of baptism, 120; 
source of property, 120; promi- 
nence at Emmanuel tercentenary, 
120 ; date of marriage, 4. 82 ; view 
of early home, 10. 292; French's 
statuette of standing figure, 292. 

Harvard, Thomas, facsims. of docs, 
concerning, 3. 221. 

Harvard, Mass., Nourse's History, 9. 
24. 

Harvard Church, Charlestown, Walk- 
er's ministry, 6. 445-451; Ellis's 
ministry, 9. 247-249, 258, 265, 10. 
238, 244, 246; Free Ministry, 243; 
views, 19. 295. 

Harvard Divinity School, students' 
opinion of (1843), 5. 238; begin- 
ning, 6. 444; G. E. Ellis and, 9. 
247, 259, 264, 10. 212, 213, 240- 
243; proposed separation from 
Univereity, 9. 264-265, 10. 240; 
Unitarianism, 511; graduation ex- 
ercises (1836), 19. 363-364; Phil- 
anthropic Soc. meeting, 364-366; 
statistics, 366. 

Harvard Law School, port, of Web- 
ster owned by, 2. 262; change in 
^ method, 18. 160. 

Harvard Medical School, services of 
Dr. Holmes, 9. 166-168. 

Harvard Natural History Society, 
20. 526. 

Harvard University. — See also ana- 
lyzed references under other Har- 
vard titles. — Sprague Bequest, 1. 
156; and Land Bank Co.'s induce- 



196 



HARVARD UNIVERSITY 



ments, 225; Maverick on (1660), 
237; date of founding, 258-259, 
259 n.-260 n., 6. 307-.309; Sir 
Harry Vane and, 1. 259; in 1650, 
2. 47; ministers from, 49; Thayer 
Expedition for the Zoological Mu- 
seum, 57-59; Sibley's Sketches of 
Graduates, 68, 391, 503-505; promi- 
nence in Emmanuel tercentenary, 
121-122; Sibley's bequest for con- 
tinuation of Sketches of Graduates, 
169; early plan of Memorial Hall, 
394; interest of David Sears, 414; 
President's Freshman, 490; Sibley 
as Librarian, 492-493 ; his Triennial 
Catalogues, 493; his Annual Cata- 
logues, 494; his pamphlet on 
Catalogues, 494 ; annual necrology, 
494; Welles as oldest graduate, 3. 
100; M.H.S. and 250th anniver- 
sary, 101 ; guard for Library after 
Ursuline Convent riot (1834), 216- 
218; and beginning of Boston 
Museum of Fine Arts, 235 ; services 
of J. C. Gray, 4. 26 ; Bernard and re- 
placing of Library, Bernard's port., 
61; Peabody's Reminiscences, 106; 
Commemoration of Founding, 107; 
letter from Fellows to John Win- 
throp (1672) on astronomical instru- 
ments, 264-267, 8. 3 ; bequest of Jos. 
Browne, 4. 267 ; influence of Follen, 
322; Class of 1829, 322; social life 
then, 323 ; services of J. F. Clarke, 
333; rebellions (1823), 415; (1807), 

5. 172-173; (1834), 213-214, 19. 
230 ; origin of Erving Professorship, 

6. 11 n. ; books presented by John 
Winthrop, Sr., 85; Pierce's journal 
on Commencements and vital sta- 
tistics (1803-48), 167-258; drinking 
at Commencement, 167, 221-222, 
225, 228, 230, 233, 236, 240, 245, 
245??., 247, 251; reception of La- 
fayette (1824), 191; Board of 
Overseers (1830), 202; meetings 
of Class of 1802, 208; Quincy's gift 
of his History, 224; first annual 
meetings of alumni, 225, 228, 230, 
234; Gore Hall, 231; singing of 
Lxxvm Psalm, 229-241, 244, 250, 
251 ; reunion of Class of 1794 (1844), 
242; resolutions on Quincy's res- 
ignation, 247; reunion of Class of 
1798 (1848), 255-258; expenses at 
(1765, '89, 1827), 258-263; rela- 
tions with First Church,396-416 [see. 
First Church] ; Walker as prof, and 
Pres., 6. 445, 454,460-463; Latin 
letter of student (1645), 7. 11-14; 



A.B.Tiononscawsa (1775), 356; Han- 
cock as Treasurer, 8. 63-64, 18. 204- 
205; services of A. P. Peabody, 8. 
170,11.32-37; correctly college or 
university? 8. 254-265; early social 
distinctions, 9. 5-6; papers on, in 
Suffolk Court Files, 97; protest 
against students' long hair (1673), 
98-99; contributions and progress 
on Harvard Hall (1674, '77), 98, 
100-102; embroidery representing 
(?) Harvard Hall, 102; Pierce's 
notes on0 B K anniversaries (1803- 
48), 110-143 ; ear-boxing as punish- 
ment, 137; Class of 1833, 200; 
proposed separation of Divinity 
School, 264-265; "Linneanof 1832," 
285-286; services of E. R. Hoar, 
309, 310, 322, 329; appeal for 
funds after Boston fire (1872), 310; 
books from Isaac Watts, 333, 341, 
346, 347, 355, 376, 396, 409, 12. 
150, 151; port, from Watts, 9. 351 ; 
dates of Commencement (1642- 
1700), 412, 10. 194-205, 360, 12. 
72-73, 285; Commencement theses 
(1643), 9. 413; (1647), 414; (1670), 
428; (1678), 444; (1687), 17. 58; 
Whiting's oration (1649), 9. 414, 
528; Commencement spreads (1765- 
72), 10. 42-43; no public Com- 
mencement (1774), 43; Saml. 
Cooper declines presidency (1774), 
60; squib on Commencement exer- 
cises (1682), 201; services of Mar- 
tin Brimmer, 590; MS. copies of 
laws of 1655, 11. 200-201; Corpo- 
ration nominated (1650), 201; 
(1672), 202; General Court order 
on punishment (1656), 202; regula- 
tion as to outside students (1660), 
202-203; as to damage (1663), 203; 
as to fees (1667), 204; expulsion 
case (1666), 204; suit against tutor 
for flogging, 205-207; cessation of 
flogging, 205; survival of Dunster 
code, 206; regulation on flogging, 
206; Pietas et Gratulatio, 298; 
Winsoras Librarian, 12. 31-34, 44; 
services of J. A. Lowell, 124; 
Humble Proposal (1659), 280; in- 
fluence of Gottingen on, 366-371; 
early attempt at elective system, 
370; orders of Dudley's Council 
on (1686), 13. 257, 260; salary of 
oflScers restored (1675), 343; and 
Mather (1675), 346, 347, 349, 351, 
353; services of C. F. Dunbar, 
436-441, 14. 221; election and 
installation of Leverett,33, 16.26 ?2. ; 



HARVARD-HASSARD 



197 



entrance examinations (1751, 1821, 
'37), 14. 198-205; Story as Dane 
Professor, 340, 341; Toppan Prize, 

15. 486; origin of Dudleian Lecture, 

16. 40; changes in faculty and 
studies(1787), 304-306; (2> 5 iT meet- 
ing (1787), 310-313; (1788), 450; 
Dudleian Lecture (1787), 313 ; grad- 
uates and State militia, 317; dis- 
orders (1787), 362, 377 ; exhibitions 
(1788), 408, 431; (1779,'80), 18.221, 
222 ;Commencement(1788), 16.438- 
441; petition for private Commence- 
ment (1787), 440 n.; Pennoyer 
Bequest, 505; Am. imprints in 
Library (to 1700), 17. 56-66, 74; 
cats, of graduates (1682), 58; 
(1700), 63; (1674), 68; expecta- 
tion of life of graduates (1785), 331- 
334; book from Rich. Price, 371; 
and Gibbon's Rome (1791), 18. 4 n. ; 
Everett's presidency, 114; Hollis 
benefactions, 195; Pres. Langdon's 
resignation, 196-198, 211,223-228; 
his appointment, 202-204, 220; 
his administration, 204-211, 221- 
223; eulogy on Pres. Locke, 206- 
207; at Concord, 207-208; Ezra 
Stiles on presidents, 210; funds 
and salaries (1774), 220; diploma 
to Washington, 221; Locke 
as President, 257; statistics on 
middle names of graduates, 258- 
259; port, of Washington painted 
for, 19. 4-5; services of Henry Lee, 
245-247; Class of 1787, 385; 
Lyman's Pudding song, 20. 151; 
re-engraving of old print (1726), 
421; paper on Jackson's LL.D., 
490-512; honorary degrees for 
Govs., 490-492; for Presidents, 
492-495; procedure in Jackson's 
degree, 495-500; subsequent con- 
troversy, 501-512. 

Harvard Washington Corps, photogs. 
of flag, 3. 8. 

Harvey, Peter, work on Webster 
criticised, 10. 484. 

Harvey, Mrs. Peter, port, of Webster 
owned by, 2. 262. 

Harvie, John, senatorial candidacy 
(1790), 15. 134; (1794), 146; and 
disunion (1787), 17. 471, 474. 

Harvie, Richard, letter (1655), 5. 289. 

Harwood. See also Hayward. 

Harwood, Rev. Edward, and a Greek 
lexicon, 17. 371. 

Haryson, Rev. Thomas, nonconform- 
ist in Va. (1648), 13. 12-14. 

Hasel, Joseph, land (1684), 9. 194. 



Hasey, Abigail [Mrs. Chamberlain], 
20. 119. 

Hasey, Jacob, in campaign of 1760, 
5.361; ill, 381; death, 383. 

Hasey, Joseph, ill in campaign of 
1760, 5. 383; death, 384. 

Hasfield (Haffield), Richard, petition 
(1637), 3. 199. 

Haskell, Sergeant (?) Benjamin, at 
siege of Boston, 9. 43, 65. 

Haskell, Caleb, diary of Quebec ex- 
pedition, 2. 266. 

Haskell, Capt. Samuel, of Harvard, 
Mass., 4. 387. 

Haskell, Sarah K. [Mrs. Crocker], 19. 
554. 

Haskett, Stephen, case (1686), 19.50. 

Haskins, Charles Homer, on Roman 
sources for Am. history, 11. 272- 
273; elected a member M.H.S., 18. 
454. 

Haskins, John, exile in Amsterdam 
(1605), 6. 53.^ 

Haskins, John, dinner-party at Mai- 
den, 10. 44; in Boston (1776), 94. 

Haskins, Mary (Thomas), exile in 
Amsterdam (1605), 6. 53. 

Haslerig, Sir Arthur, septarchy (1659), 
7. 363; and Lord Brooke, 8. 493. 

Hassam, John Tyler, on John Har- 
vard and his ancestry, 1. 220, 2. 66; 
on discovery of Maverick's account, 
1. 231; on com. on aid for H. F. 
Waters, 249, 252; list of publica- 
tions (1887-1903), 3. 280, 6. 405, 9. 
23, 11. 317, 14. 128, 15. 29, 17. 
214; Confiscated estates of 
Boston loyalists, 10. 162-185; 
on papers on Pres. Dunster, 303- 
310; communicates letters of Wm. 
Hilton, 360-362; Suffolk re- 
corders AND REGISTERS (1639- 
1900), 12. 202-250, 14. 34-104; 
Bahama Islands, 13. 4-58; as 
index commissioner, 14. 97 n.; 
introduction to Waters's Gleanings, 
15. 478; Suffolk registers of 
PROBATE (1639-1799), 16. 23-125; 
M.H.S. tributes to, 17. 236, 238- 
241; birth, 238; education, 239; in 
Civil War, 239; as conveyancer, 
239; genealogical work, 239; in 
M.H.S., 240; and preservation 
and arrangement of public papers, 
240; and Torrens system, 240; 
character, 240 ; memoir assigned to 
H. F. Jenks, 245; to D. G. Hill, 
19. 201. 

Hassard, Benjamin, prize case (1748), 
5.90. 



198 



HASSELL-HAVERHILL 



Hassell, Mrs. Anna, killed by Indians 

(1691), 7. 157 n. 
Hassell, Benjamin, killed by Indians 

(1691), 7. 157 n, 
Hassell, Joseph, killed by Indians 

(1691), 7. 157 n. 
Hastings, , at Boston dinner 

(1776), 10. 103. 
Hastings, , of Boston, at Wash- 

in^on (1812), 19. 377. 
Hastings, Francis Rawdon-Hastings, 

marquis of. See Rawdon. 
Hastings, Warren, impeachment, 5. 

163. 
Hasty Pudding Club, Lyman's ''First 

Proof of the Pudding," 20. 151. 
Haswell. See also Hassell. 
Haswell, Robert, voyages to Oregon, 

7. 418; journal, 418 w. 
Hatboro, Pa. See Crooked Billet. 
Hatch, Captain (1778), 2. 239. 
Hatch, Benjamin, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Hatch, Crowell, Oregon fur-trade 

venture, 7. 417, 418, 421. 
Hatch, Israel, tavern in Boston, 16. 

456 n. 
Hatch, John, loyalist refugee, 2. 235. 
Hatch, Nathaniel, and importation of 

tea, 10. 80 ; absentee loyalist, 164 ; 

confiscated Boston estate, 174. 
Hatch, Noah, loyalist refugee, 2. 235. 
Hatfield, Joseph, in campaign of 1760, 

4. 393. 
Hatfield, Mass., Indian attack (1677), 

13. 405. 
Hatherley, Timothy, agreement as 

Winthrop's creditor, 11. 186. 
Hathom. See Hawthorn. 
Hatmer. See Hatmercer. 
Hatmercer, Hans, exile in Amster- 
dam (1602), 6. 64. 
Hatmercer, Sarah (Bellot), 6. 49. 
Hatsell, John, on last royal veto, 5. 

159. 
Haugh, Atherton, Boston estate, 1. 

320. 
Haugh (Hoph), Rev. Samuel, at 

Reading, 2. 47. 
Haughton, Richard, Indian deed 

(1658), 5. 289. 
Haughton, Robert, grant of Bahamas 

(1650), 13. 5; iron works, 28; 

career, 33-34 ; family, 34. 
Hauksbok, character, 7. 351. 
Haussez, Charles Lemercier de 

Longpre, baron d\ 19. 442. 
Hauteville, Grand d'. See Grand. 
Hautval, Comte d\ treatment of slaves, 

2. 313. 



Havana, Ohio River steamer (1836), 
7. 289. 

Haven, Elizabeth (Foster), 1. 395. 

Haven, Frances W. (Allen), 1. 405. 

Haven, Franklin, ports, of Webster 
owned by, 2. 262, 263. 

Haven, Horace A., Commencement 
part (1842), 6. 235; biog. note, 
235 w. 

Haven, Rev. Jason, at ordination of 
Henry Ware, 16. 337; biog. note, 
337 n. 

Haven, John, enters Harvard (1837), 
14. 204, 205. 

Haven, John A., Commencement part 
(1813), 5. 177; biog. note, 177 n. 

Haven, Lydia G. (Sears), 1. 405. 

Haven, Nathaniel Apple ton, Com- 
mencement part (1807), 6. 171; 
biog. note, 171 n. 

Haven, Parkman B., architect of 
Fenway building, 13. 64. 

Haven, Samuel, 1. 395. 

Haven, Samuel Foster, [1], Memoir 
by Chas. Deane, 1. 394-405 ; port. 
and AUTOG., 394; tributes to, 394; 
birth and ancestry, 395; educa- 
tion, 395; and law, 395; as Libra- 
rian of Am. Antiquarian Soc, 
395-396, 398, 403, 405; hist, ad- 
dress at Dedham, 395; edits early 
records of Mass., 397; contro- 
versy with Savage, 398; interest 
in archaeology, 398, 403 ; contribu- 
tions to Transactions, 399; life, 
health, 399; death of son, 399; 
style, 400; on Sparks, 400; dele- 
gate to Archaeological Cong., 400; 
in Europe (1866), 400-401; in S. C. 
(1872), 401; on conditions there, 
402; and repub. of Thomas's His- 
tory of Printing, 402; port., 403; 
in M.H.S., 404; Lowell Lecture, 
404, 6. 208; chapter in Memorial 
History of Boston, 1. 404; decline, 
405; death, 405; bequest to An- 
tiquarian Soc, 405; honorary de- 
grees, 405; marriages, 405; — in 
M.H.S. group picture (1869), 3. 
vii; and Chas. Deane, 7. 84; on 
first Boston imprint, 11. 241; on 
Marmaduke Johnson's types, 242. 

Haven, Samuel F. [2], career, 1. 399; 
and Thomas's History of Printing, 
402. 

Haverhill, Indian attacks (1708), 1. 
160, 14. 30, 16. 53; (1697), 14. 28; 
Maverick's account (1660), 1. 235; 
in 1650, 2. 48; and Harvard Hall 
(1677), 9. 101. 



HAVILAND-HAYNES 



199 



Haviland, Sir William, in campaign 
of 1760, 4. 396, 400, 403, 5. 363, 
378,383; and the provincials, 386, 
389. 

Havre, Sumner on (1837), 15. 213. 

Havre de Grace, inn (1804), 2. 14, 
33. 

Hawkes, Elkanah, candidacy for 
register (1791), 14. 72, 74 n.-75 n. 

Hawkesbury, Charles Jenkinson, 
baron, whale fishery bill (1788), 17. 
502. 

Hawkins, Sergeant, milit. watch 
(1690), 1. 163. 

Hawkins, Anna (?Elinat), exile in 
Amsterdam (1604), 6. 53. 

Hawkins, Edward, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 53. 

Hawkins, Elizabeth [Mrs. Winthrop, 
Mrs. Richards], 10. 548. 

Hawkins, James, death, 14. 27. 

Hawkins, Mary [Mrs. Heane], 3. 160. 

Hawkins, William* exile in Amster- 
dam (1604), 6. 53. 

Hawkins, William, J. Q. Adams on 
Pleas of Crown, 16. 419, 421. 

Hawks, Major John, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 390, 395, 396, 5. 366, 387. 

Hawks, John, and Arnold's treason, 

12. 347; in Mass. regiment, 348. 
Hawkshaw, Lieut. Thomas, wounded 

at Lexington, 5. 396. 

Hawkton. See Horton. 

Hawley. See also Halie, Howley. 

Hawley, Rev. Gideon, Indian min- 
ister, 10. 51; letter from Hutch- 
inson (1773), 18. 242. 

Hawley, Joseph, coroner (1686), 13. 
243; justice of peace, 258, 272; 
and Hadley school (1686), 273, 
282; and Quabaug, 275. 

Hawley, Major Joseph, on Mass. 
Com. of Corresp., 4. 82, 85; neg- 
lected, 6. 252 ; in Boston society, 10. 
33, 83; boundary commissioner 
(1773), 79. 

Hawley, Nicholas, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 178. 

Hawood, Samuel, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 390. 

Hawthorn, Col. John, commission of 
oyer and terminer, 1. 220; death, 
8. 217; justice of peace (1686), 

13. 229; on trade com., 248. 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel, and alleged 

Sharpless ports., 3. 183; customs 
offices, 12. 195; in college, 20. 
564 ; pub. of first work, 564. 

Hay, , Ene:. consul at Tangier 

(1831), 19. 480. 



Hay, Mrs. (1788), 16. 389, 393. 

Hay, Capt. Charles, funeral (1773), 
10. 27. 

Hay, George, briefs in prize cases 
(1749-55), 5. 93-101. 

Hay, John, of Fayetteville, 2. 22. 

Hay, Lord John, at Harvard B K 
(1842), 9. 134. 

Hay, John, elected a corresp. member 
M.H.S., 14. 189; death announced, 
19. 307. 

Hay, William, letter to Jefferson 
(1787) on financial distress, 17. 
458. 

Hayden. See also Heyden. 

Hay den, William, Jr., subscription to 
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Hayes, Ann [Mrs. Huntley], exile in 
Amsterdam (1600), 6. 54. 

Hayes, Edward, extant copy of 
Treatise, 12. 160. 

Hayes, Francis L., index commis- 
sioner, 14. 97 n. 

Hayes, James, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366. 

Hayes, Mrs. Jane, exile in Amster- 
dam (1600), 6. 54. 

Hayes, Joseph M., store at Saco, 
7.47. 

Hayes, Rutherford B., offers diplo- 
matic position to Bullock, 3. 336; 
and appointment of Lowell, 15. 
237-238. 

Hayes, Samuel, and Lyon estate, 
6. 19. 

Hayley, George, letter on Declara- 
tory Act (1766), 11. 446. 

Hayman, Mrs. Mary, death (1717), 
.8.219. 

Hayman, Samuel, named for Mass. 
Council (1691), 14. 217. 

Hayne. See also Heane. 

Hayne, Charles, prize case (1752), 
5. 100. 

Hayne, Isaac, murdered, 1. 54. 

Hayne, Robert Y., and tariff (1832), 
19. 523. 

Haynes. See also Haines, Hannes. 

Haynes, Captain, exploded coat of 
arms, 2. 256; at Jamaica (1655), 
257. 

Haynes, Capt. Aaron, at Ticonderoga 
(1776), 6. 84. 

Haynes, Mrs. Anne, character, 1. 
131. 

Haynes, Charles, of Eng., 1. 130. 

Haynes, EUzabeth (Walter), 3. 160. 

Haynes, Henry Williamson [Com- 
munications follow], on Nominating 
Com. M.H.S. (1884, '91, '96), 1. 



200 



HAYNES-HAYWARD 



77, 6. 351, 10. 442; reports, 1. 180, 

6. 419, 10. 572; presents report of 
Council (1884), 1. 168-171; on 
com. on aid for H. F. Waters, 249, 
252; remarks, 2. 171, 3. 317, 6. 21, 

7. 421, 425, 8. 20, 348, 519, 9. 196, 

11. 187, 233, 336, 385, 12. 73, 195, 
371, 13. 62, 121, 378, 14. 103, 149, 
176, 360, 15. 24, 16. 250, 290, 17. 
75, 116, 18. 60, 85, 263, 20. 590; 
on com. on Parkman MSS.,3. 153; 
report, 4. 44-46; on com. on in- 
dex to for. docs, of Am. Rev., 

3. 159; report, 178; ancestor, 160; 
on com. on Norse discoveries, 4. 
12; report, 42-44; on com. on 
MS. of Am. Rev., 236; on Library 
Com. (1892, '94), 7. 335, 8. 504; 
reports, 7. 370, 9. 37; on com. on 
Ellis Bequest, 10. 6; moves votes 
of thanks, 138, 12. 189; on com. 
to sell Tremont Street property, 
10. 299; elected Corresp. Sec. 
M.H.S. (1896-1906), 572, 11. 335, 

12. 190, 13. 80, 14. 146, 15. 51, 16. 
148, 17. 233, 18. 289, 19. 226, 20. 
232; report on Constitution, 11. 
210-211; presents communications 
of other members, 272, 15. 366, 18. 
123 ; motion on Joint Com., 11. 336; 
reports acceptance of Am. Hist. 
Assoc, 12. 372; delegate to Con- 
gres des Americanistes, 15. 264; 
on com. on Dr. Hale's 80th birth- 
day, 493; on com. to pub. Cham- 
berlain's *' Chelsea," 18. 62; signs 
memorials on Constitution, 121, 20. 
5; Recording Sec. pro tern., 1. 

Communications: on origin of 
Mass. motto, 2. 40-41; on trans- 
continental journey (1724), 3. 380 
on N. Eng. celibacy, 380-381 
on Sewall's Latin epigram, 381 
Apocryphal runic inscriptions 

4. 55-59; on ''driving a pin or a 
nail," 101-102, 219-221; on origin 
of ''lion in the lobby roar," 317- 
319; on F. W. Palfrey, W. F. 
Allen, 5. 150-153; on Roman 
origin of Eng. institutions, 278; 
Hist, character of Norse sagas, 
332-340, 7. 349-354; on Sewall 
and Beaumont upon "Tragedy of 
Black-Friers," 5. 436-437; notes 
on Indian hemp and on tomahawks, 
6. 34-38; on site of Wessagusset, 
7.26,29; on Sewall's "Merrimac" 
verses, 9. 7; on Ernst Curtius, 11. 
118-120; on W. W. Greenough, 

13. 171-174; Memoir of Samuel 



Eliot, 14. 105-126; on map of 
Northwest Territory (1785), 167; 
on Mellen Chamberlain, 277-281; 
on John Fiske, 15. 198; on Stephen 
Salisbury, 19. 422; Memoir of 
Mellen Chamberlain, 20. 119- 
146; on E. F. Slafter, 425; on 
Takawompbait, 453. 

Haynes, Gen. James, exploded coat 
of arms, 2. 256 ; killed at Jamaica, 
256; arms and genealogical data, 
3. 160. 

Haynes, Gov. John [1], career, 1. 
118; ancestry, 2. 257, 3. 160; 
and origin of Conn., 5. 270; Cam- 
bridge selectman (1635), 7. 361; 
and framing of first Mass. code, 16. 
276-279. 

Haynes, John [2], letters to Fitz- 
John Winthrop (1655-1663), 1. 
118-131; degrees, 118; relation- 
ship with Winthrop, 119; college 
education, 119-120; love affairs, 
120, 124-129; itch, 121; at Cam- 
bridge, Eng., 121-123; purpose 
to return to N. Eng., 123; nursed 
by Winthrop through small-pox, 
125; thinks to study medicine 
under Gov. Winthrop, 125; be- 
comes a churchman, 129; remains 
in Eng., 130; subsequent career, 
130. 

Haynes, Joseph, visit to Mass. (1657), 
1. 121. 

Haynes, Mary (Harlakenden), 1. 118. 

Haynes, Nicholas, coat of arms, 2. 
257, 3. 160. 

Hayward. See also Hawood, Hay- 
wood, Heyward, Heywood, 
Howard. 

Hayward (? Peter Harwood), of 
Brookfield (1762), 7. 399. 

Hayward, Anna (Winslow), 3. 384. 

Hayward, Charles, Commencement 
part (1837), 5. 219; biog. note, 
219 71. 

Hayward, Ephraim, commission 
(1745), 11. 420. 

Hayward, George, subscription to 
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Hayward, James, proposed com- 
memorative tablet, 10. 193. 

Hayward, John, notary (1684), 5. 
435. 

Hayward, Mrs. Jonathan, death, 14. 
22. 

Hayward, Rufus, ill in campaign of 
1760, 5. 388. 

Hayward, Samuel, disciplined by 
church (1721), 6. 485. 



HAYWARD-HEATH PAPERS 



201 



Hay ward, William, death, 14. 16. 
Haywood. See also Hayward. 
Haywood, Capt. Anthony, petition 

to Dudley's Council (1686), 13. 

231; and Bahama refugees, 258; 

sham fight, 328. 
Haywood, Nathan, 3. 384. 
Hazard, Augustus G., 3. 338. 
Hazard, Ebenezer, sends news of 

Independence, 3. 375; on '^melted 

majesty," 4. 247 n. ; ports, 7. 373. 
Hazard, Mrs. Ebenezer, port., 7. 

373. 
Hazard, Elvira [Mrs. Bullock], 3. 

338 
Hazard, Willis P., gift to M.H.S., 7. 

373. 
Hazard f packet-boat, wrecked (1714), 

16. 338. 
Hazel, Jane, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 

174. 

Hazen, , of N. S. (1785), 3. 68. 

Hazen, Miss (1787), 16. 297, 414. 
Hazen, Benjamin, and Shays's Re- 
bellion, 1. 301. 
Hazen, Francis M., rescues royal 

arms, 4. 262 n. 
Hazen, Mary A. [Mrs. Slafter], 20. 

594. 
Hazen, Gen. Moses, joins Poor's 

brigade (1778), 3. 118; marches to 

Springfield (1779), 127; brigade 

at Yorktown, 6. 155. 
Hazlitt, Rev. William, letters to 

Rich. Price (1784, '85) on Am. 

relig. affairs, 17. 322, 334; biog. 

note, 332 n. ; mentioned, 345. 
Head, Franklin H., memorial on 

Constitution, 18. 332. 
Head, George E., drawing of Beacon 

Street, 10. 570. 
Head, John, leaves Boston (1775), 

10. 92. 
Head, Joseph, 0BK poem (1809), 

9. 113; biog. note, 113 n. 
Head, Natt, port., 8. 196. 
Head of Elk, Md., inn (1804), 2. 33; 

Lafayette's force at (1781), 6. 

132, 135. 
Headsall, James, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Heald, John, in campaign of 1760, 4. 

390, 392. 
Heale, Giles, witnesses Mullins's will 

(1621), 5. 35; identity, 36. 
Health, itch, 1. 121; grippe in Mass. 

(1698), 152; mumps (1699), 153; 

dysentery and fever in Boston 

(1700), 155; (1709), 14. 26; small- 
pox and scarlet fever there (1702), 



1. 155-156; (1769-76), 10. 59; 
(1675-79), 13. 355, 357, 361, 402, 
406, 407; (1752, '64), 16. 107, 
109 n. ; small-pox and inoculation 
there (1764), 13. 389-392; dysen- 
tery in Conn. (1795), 3. 48, 50; 
plague in Holland (1655), 194; 
plague in Eng. (1666), 4. 281; 
small-pox in provincial army 
(1760), 390, 393-398, 403, 404, 5. 
357, 379, 381-383, 386, 388; 
measles around Boston (1688), 7. 
145; diseases and deaths at 
Charlestown (1677-78), 168-171; 
scavenging of Boston (1713), 12. 
249; cholera (1832), 14. 351, 19. 
523, 527-531; fever at Richmond 
(1788), 15. 123; negro diseases, 19. 
98; Philadelphia hospital (1812), 
374; quarantine in Levant (1832), 
488, 501; yellow fever in Phila- 
delphia (1802), 20. 274: Phila- 
delphia water supply (1827), 387. 
See also Medicine. 

Healy. See also Halie. 

Healy, George P. A., ports, of Web- 
ster, 2. 217, 262. 

Healy, Mrs. John P., port, of Webster 
owned by, 2. 262. 

Healy, William, student-flogger, 11. 
206. 

Heane, David, 3. 160. 

Heane, Mary (Hawkins), 3. 160. 

Heard, John T., Washington Monu- 
ment appeal, 2. 143. 

Heard, Morgan A., assault on Arnold, 
19. 520 n. 

Hearn, William, on last royal veto, 
5. 159. 

Heart and Crown, sign in Hartford, 
4. 246. 

Heath, , of Warwick (1686), 13. 

279. 

Heath, John, purchases confiscated 
Brookline estate, 10. 182. 

Heath, John, and Va. congressional 
election (1797), 15. 161. 

Heath, John F., Commencement part 
(1840), 5. 229; biog. note, 229 n.; 
study abroad, 20. 528. 

Heath, Gen. William, on Mass. Com. 
of Corresp., 4. 82; journal of meet- 
ings, 83-90; and tea question, 10. 
80; dines D'Estaing, 106; leaves 
Boston (1779), 107; contest for 
lieut. -governorship (1806), 20. 13- 
15; declines it, 19. See also Heath 
Papers. 

Heath Papers, com. to publish, 18. 
297; published, 447, 19. 303, 389; 



202 



HEATHCOTE-HENLY 



cost of pub., 219, 20. 223; fund 
for pub., 209. 

Heathcote, Margaret (Gostlin), letter 
to John Winthrop (1665) on An- 
tigua society, 5. 105. 

Heber, Mary (AUanson), as widow, 
19. 458. 

Hecht, Frederick W., of N. Brun., ac- 
counts as commissary (1785), 3. 83. 

Hector, East India Co. ship (1600), 5. 
36. 

Hector, Brit, war-ship (1749), 5. 92. 

Hedge, Barnabas, 3. 403 n. ; guest of 
Old Colony Club, 432, 439. 

Hedge, Frederic Henry [1], address 
on Luther, 1. 169; in M.H.S. group 
picture (1869), 3. vii; Commence- 
ment part (1825), 5. 193 ; reprinted 
M.H.S. paper, 6. 235; BK poem 
(1828), 9. 122; biog. note, 122 n.; 
oration ( 1841), 133 ; on significance 
of Reformation, 11. 254. 

Hedge, Frederic H. [2], Asst. Libra- 
rian M.H.S., 8. 344. 

Hedge, Isaac L., and campaign of 
1840, 15. 278. 

Hedge, Levi, memoir of Jos. McKean, 
7. 124. 

Hedge, Lydia C, 14. 156. 

Hedge, Mary E. [Mrs. Russell], 14. 
156. 

Hedge, Mercy [Mrs. Davis], 3. 403 n. 

Hedge, Thomas, 14. 156. 

Hedge, Mrs. William, Bradford chair 
owned by, 3. 402 n. 

Hedge, William K., Commencement 
part (1820), 5. 186; biog. note, 186 n. 

Heeren, Arnold H. L., as prof., 2. 35. 

Heiferman, Joan, suicide, 1. 160. 

Hellgate, mentioned (1652), 6. 13; in 
1789, 16. 460. 

Helm, John L., news of election to 
Senate (1836), 7. 289. 

Helps, Arthur, on Carter-Brown 
Library, 12. 382. 

Helwys, Mrs. Joane, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 54. 

Helwys, Thomas, in Amsterdam, 6. 
44, 54. 

Hemans, Mrs. Felicia D., character, 
19. 471. 

Hemenway. See also Hemmenway. 

Hemenway, Joshua, and Groton 
church controversy^ (1712), 13. 299. 

Hemenway, Rev. Phinehas (1761), 4. 
384. 

Hemenway, Phineas, minuteman, 12. 
104. 

Hemenway, Ralph, protest against 
students' long hair (1672), 9. 99. 



Hemenway, Samuel, and Shays's 
Rebellion, 1. 301; minuteman, 12. 
104. 

Hemenway, Sarah [Mrs. Holden], 4. 
384, 385. 

Hemenway, Sarah (Stevens), 4. 384. 

Hemmenway, Moses, at Harvard, 14. 
201. 

Hemming, Nicolas, DeMagia, 1. 3557i. 

Hemphill, Joseph, candidacy (1808), 
20. 311. 

Hempstead, L. I., Maverick on (1660), 
1.245; in 1650, 2. 49. 

Hench, John, death of child (1697), 
14. 18. 

Henchman, Daniel [d. 1685], milit. 
career, 8. 65; instructions to (1676), 
65-67. 

Henchman, Daniel [d. 1761], Boston 
bookseller, 10. 545; subscribes to 
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Henck, John B., Commencement part 
(1840), 5. 229. 

Henderson, John, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Henderson, John, of Ga. (1840), 20. 
517. 

Henderson,Senaior John, death, 15. 94. 

Henderson, John B., and Thirteenth 
Amendment, 13. 453. 

Henderson, Joseph, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 172; 
sheriff (1789), 19. 182. 

Henderson, Mary [Mrs. Lyman], 20. 
149. 

Henderson, Nathaniel, ill in campaign 
of 1760, 5. 382. 

Henderson, Robert, killed at Cherry 
Valley, 2. 450. 

Hendly, Samuel, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 207. 

Hendrick, Indian, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366, 369, 370. 

Hendricks, William, journal of Quebec 
expedition, 2. 265; in the expedi- 
tion, 268, 276, 277; in assault on 
Quebec, 293 ; killed, 294. 

Hendrickson, Henry, exile in Amster- 
dam (1608), 6. 54. 

Hendrickson, Mrs. Margaret, exile in 
Amsterdam (1608), 6. 54. 

Henley, Anthony, to stand for Par- 
liament (1695), 2. 181. 

Henley, Col. (?) David, 17. 495. 

Henley, Robert, brief in prize case 
(1748), 5. 92. 

Henley, Samuel, purchases confis- 
cated Boston estate, 10. 170, 11. 
311. 
I Henly, Thomas, sea-captain, 13. 231. 



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203 



Henrico County, Va., name as royal 
memorial, 4, 250. 

Henrietta, yacht (1695), 2. 182. 

Henry, Reverend, house near Quebec 
(1775), 2. 289. 

Henry, Alexander, and Burr, 20. 305. 

Henry, John J., narrative of Quebec 
expedition, 2. 266; captured, 295. 

Henry, Patrick, Jefferson on Wirt's 
biog., 1. 202; letter from Washing- 
ton offering State portfolio, 4. 60; 
on Va. Com. of Corresp., 82; R. C. 
Winthrop on biogs. of, 7. 125-127; 
demagogue, 15. 121; and senatorial 
candidacy (1788), 124; (1790), 134; 
and revision of Va. code, 133; 
gubernatorial candidacy (1794), 
146; as orator, 503; and national 
theory of Constitution, 16. 165 ; and 
Brit, debts (1787), 17. 471; and 
paper money, 471, 476; and 
Adams's Defence, 473 ; opposition to 
Constitution, 476, 477, 479, 495-497, 
508 ; Anti-Fed. letter to Washington 
(1787), 477; resigns from Congress 
(1780), 19. 119; and Assembly 
(1781), 133. 

Henry, William Wirt, biog. of Patrick 
Henry, 7. 125-127; M.H.S, trib- 
ute to, 14. 370. 

Henry Clay, Ohio River steamer 
(1836), 7. 287. 

Henshaw. See also Hynshaw. 

Henshaw, Catharine (Hill), 14. 68. 

Henshaw, Charles, at jubilee of Dr. 
Snell, 19. 428. 

Henshaw, John A., Asst. Librarian 
M.H.S., 8. 344. 

Henshaw, Joseph, Commencement 
spread (1768), 10. 42. 

Henshaw, Joshua, on com. on Liberty 
affair, 10. 67; autog., 14. 58; birth, 
58; and pre-Rev. affairs, 58; reg- 
ister of deeds, 59—63 ; candidacy for 
reelection, 63—67; Boston house, 

65 n., 66 n.; death, 68; estate, 68; 
marriage, 68. 

Henshaw, Samuel, commissioner on 

loyalists' estates, 1. 315. 
Henshaw, Sarah, Boston estate, 14. 

66 n. 

Henshaw, William, member of 

*'Possee," 10. 38. 
Heraldry. See Coat armor. 

Herbergh, (1765), 16. 200. 

Herbert. See also Harbert, Herbett. 
Herbert, Thomas. See Pembroke. 
Herbert, William. See Pembroke. 
Herbett, , innkeeper at Trenton 

(1804), 2. 33. 



Herkimer, -Nicholas, council with 
Brant, 2. 462. 

Herkimer, Fort, Am. troops ordered 
to, 2. 453, 455. 

Hermione, Brit, frigate (1785), 3. 67. 

Herodotus, rehabilitation, 2. 97; criti- 
cism of his description of Egypt, 17. 
249-252; of battle of Marathon, 
252-262; of battle of Salamis, 383- 
405. 

Herrick, Samuel Edward, elected a 
member M.H.S., 6. 390; gifts to 
M.H.S., 7. 362, 9. 28, 10. 293, 11. 
257; on Library Com. (1893), 8. 
151; report, 197; on H. A. 
Hill, 10. 140-142; Memoir of 

. H. A. Hill, 11. 188-196; Philip 
Melanchthon, 254-257; M.H.S. 
tributes to, 18. 454-458; death, 
454; in M.H.S., 454-455; pastor- 
ate, 456 ; manner, 456 ; as writer, 
457; religion, 457; as preacher, 
458; character, 458; memoir as- 
signed to G. A. Gordon, 471. 

Herrin, Samuel, in campaign of 1760, 
4. 402. 

Herring, George, of Saleby, Eng. 
(1605), 8. 509. 

Herron, Joseph, academy, 1. 327. 

Herse, Mary, baptism (1645), 12. 322. 

Hervey, Lord Arthur Charles, death, 
9. xviii; M.H.S. tribute to, 97. 

Hesse-Nassau, archives on Am. Rev., 
3. 219. 

Hessian *fiy, in Va. (1787), 17. 459; 
in N. Eng. during Rev., 18. 247; 
origin of name, 248. 

Hessian mercenaries. See German 
mercenaries. 

Het, Thomas, adventure, 7. 162. 

Heth, William, of Va., journal of 
Quebec expedition, 2. 266; cap- 
tured at Quebec, 295 ; slave of, 16. 
146; mentioned, 17. 494, 495. 

Hewes, Deborah [Mrs. Jones], 20. 409. 

Hewes, George R. T., his recollections 
of Tea Party considered, 10. 478. 

Hewes, Joseph, Signer, 1. 282. 

Hewes, William G. subscription to 
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 341. 

Hewins, Eben N., gift to M.H.S., 2. 
394. 

Hewins, Joseph, non-consumption 
agreement (1786), 8. 497. 

Hewins, Corporal William, at Cherry 
Valley, 2. 451. 

Hewitt, Abram S., account of alleged 
interview of Am. Minister with 
Victoria (1862), 17. 441-448. 

Heyden. See also Hayden. 



204 



HEYDEN-HIGGINSON 



Heyden, Richard, death, 14. 20. 
Heyden, Samuel, death of child 

(1711), 14. 27. 
Heyward. See also Hayward. 
Hey ward, Thomas, Signer, 1. 282. 
Heywood. See also Hayward. 
Hey wood, Abiel, exhibition part 

(1780), 18. 222. 
Heywood, Deborah [Mrs. Bigelow], 5. 

459. 
Heywood, George, and H. L. Pierce, 

11. 388. 
Hibbard, Cyprian, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Hibbard, George A., on change in 

postage stamps, 20. 12. 
Hibbens, Ann (Bellingham), deed 

from, with noted signatures, 1. 186; 

church trial (1640), 4. 315-316; 

hanged, 316; insanity, 316. 
Hibbens, William, Assistant, lives at 

Boston, 2. 47; at trial of his wife 

(1640), 4. 315, 316. 
Hiber, George, in campaign of 1760, 

4. 390. 
Hiccoks, William, letter to Winthrop 

(1647) on iron works, 8. 16. 

Hichborn, (1788), 16. 428. 

Hichbom, Benjamin, and capture of 

Shattuck, 1. 304-306; and incor- 
poration of Quincy (1792), 4. 64. 
Hickey, , of Cherry Valley, 2. 

454. 
Hickling, William, paymaster, at 

Cherry Valley, 2. 447, 449. 
Hickman, Nathaniel, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 166. 
Hicks, Zechariah, teacher, 4. 193. 
Hide, Lieut. Jedediah, at siege of 

Boston, 9. 53. 
Hide, Nathaniel, in Boston society, 

10. 39. 
Hiester, Joseph, and Pa. politics 

(1801), 20. 265. 
Higbe, John Hilton, death in Am. 

army (1775), 7. 402. 
Higby, Thomas, minister in Va. 

(1652), 3. 5. 
Higginson, Ann [Mrs. Chatfield], 16. 

508. 
Higginson, Mrs. Anne, letter to Gov. 

Winthrop (1631) on need of relief, 

6. 422-424; maiden name, 16. 478; 

at Charlestown and New Haven, 

483 ; death, 492. 
Higginson, Barbara C. [Mrs. Perkins], 

2. 306. 
Higginson, Rev. Francis, New Eng- 

lands Plantation, reprints, 6. 343, 

10. 328; extant copies, price, 328; 



in Eng., 16. 478, 479; and Inde- 
pendency, 480; death, 482. 

Higginson, George, as banker, 19. 232. 

Higginson, Henry Lee, and Franklin 
Fund, 12. 28, 29; elected a mem- 
ber M.H.S., 16. 493; publication 
(1903), 17. 214. 

Higginson, Rev. John [1], to learn 
medicine, 1. 47, 16. 479; decline 
and death, 1. 160, 14. 26, 16. 519; 
ministry "at Guilford. 2. 49, 16. 
492-499; Cause of God in N. Eng., 
9. 418; Direction for a Publick Con- 
fession, 423, 11. 22-2S; dedication 
by, in Noyes's New Englands 
Duty, 9. 514; attestation in 
Quick's Young Mans Claim, 528; 
Our Dying Saviour's Legacy of 
Peace, 11. 19-22, 12. 277; preface 
to Mather's Everlasting Gospel, 
381, 17. 51; preaches for Mather 
(1675), 13. 350; memoir, 16. 478- 
520; birth, 478; parents, 478^80; 
and Church of England, 480; ad- 
mitted to Salem church, 481-482; 
education, 483, 485; admitted a 
freeman, 484; Indian missions 
(1636, '38), 484, 491 ; as chaplain at 
Saybrook, 486, 489, 490; in Pequot 
War, 486-487; shorthand, 487; 
scribe of Cambridge synod, 487- 
489; Hartford lands, 489, 491; 
school-teacher at Hartford, 490; 
marriage, 493 ; as literary executor, 
497, 504-505; and Cromwell's 
West Indian expedition,* 499-502 ; 
and Hartford church controversy, 
503; Uterary style, 503-504; and 
history of New Haven, 505; and 
missionary work, 506; attempted 
voyage to Eng., 506, 508-509; 
ministry at Salem, 506-508, 513, 
516; and Quakers, 509, 18. 345; 
as adviser of colon, authorities, 16. 
511-513; election sermon, 511- 
512; port., 513; and half-way 
covenant, 514; and reading in 
pulpit of Sabbath-observance laws, 
514; and synod of 1679, 515; eccl. 
conservatism, 515; and witch- 
craft prosecutions, 515-516; read- 
ing, 517; and Harvard, 517; as 
sage, 517; treatise against peri- 
wigs, 517; and Andros, 518; and 
slavery, 518; character, 520; writ- 
ings, 520-521; Testimony to Order 
of Gospel, 17. 54. 

Higginson, Major John [2], commis- 
sion of oyer and terminer (1703), 
1. 220; on trade com. (1686), 13. 



HIGGINSON-HILL 



205 



248; and CounciPs assumption of 
control (1715), 15. 345-349; father 
on, 16. 504. 

Higginson, Louisa (Storrow), Anna 
C. Lowell on, 18.306,311. 

Higginson, Mehetabel (Robie), letters 
from Jon. Sewall (1778, '83), 10. 
418-425; letters to Tim. Pickering 
(1775) on departure for Halifax, 
455-457; (1775, '81) on life at 
Halifax, 457-459; (1782, '83) on 
return to Salem, 459-462; school, 
459, 462. 

Higginson, Mrs. Nathaniel, 19. 374. 

Higginson, Sarah (Whitfield), 16. 
493. 

Higginson, Stephen [1], as *'Laco,"8. 
174; burns his letters, 175; letter 
to John Pierce (1805) with money, 
175; from Thos. Smith (1787) ask- 
ing help in slave-hunting, 175; to 
Arthur Lee (1784) on Hamilton, 
Confederation, N. C. lands, 177; 
as merchant (1785), 17. 329; Anna 
C. Lowell on, 18. 315. 

Higginson, Stephen [2], Anna C. 
Lowell on, 18. 306, 311. 

EUgginson, Thomas Wentworth 
[Communications follow], gifts to 
M.H.S., 1. 30, 11. 20; list of pub- 
lications (1883-1906), 1. 170, 2. 
391, 3. 280, 4. 348, 6. 405, 8. 185, 

9. 23, 10. 121, 555, 11. 318, 12. 
175, 13. 66, 14. 129, 18. 269, 20. 
208; Commencement part (1841), 
5. 233; remarks, 12. 29, 15. 323, 
18. 262, 19. 408, 20. 21, 232, 245, 
537; on com. on preservation of 
Constitution, 15. 493; elected to 
M.H.S. Council (1904^6), 18. 
290, 19. 226, 20. 232; on Henry 
Lee, 19. 247, 250, 251; signs 
memorial on Constitution, 20. 5. 

Communications: on C. C. Per- 
kins, 3. 61; on presenting letters 
of John Brown, 319; address at 
M.H.S. centenary, 6. 275-283; 
letters of Stephen Higginson, 8. 
174-182; on O. B. Frothingham, 

10. 511; on G. S. Hale, 12. 9; on 
his entrance examinations, 14. 
203-205; on Parkman and Davy- 
Club, 14. 318; on H. E. Scudder, 
15. 494-496; on Stephen Salis- 
bury, 19. 418-419; on carpet-bag 
govt., 20. 257; Memoir of J. E. 
Cabot, 526-533; letter on Long- 
fellow, 563. 

Highland, John, loyalist refugee, 2. 
235. 



Highway robbery, paper on Mass. 
legislation, 19. 178-190; woman 
hanged for (1789), 178-185. 

Hildersham, Rev. Arthur, on kneeling 
at Lord's Supper, 13. 127. 

Hildersham, Winifred [Mrs. Bare- 
foot, Mrs. Culverwell], 19. 294. 

Hildesheim, Germany, antiquarian 
interest, 14. 288. 

Hildreth, Abijah, in Am. army (1775), 
12. 106. 

Hildreth, Elizabeth, baptism (1666), 
12. 336. 

Hildreth, Isaac, dismissed to Cam- 
bridge (1674), 12. 338. 

Hildreth, Jam^s, of Chelmsford 
(1666), 12. 336. 

Hildreth, Joseph, baptism, 12. 331; 
dismissed to Cambridge (1674), 
338. 

Hildreth, Mrs. Margaret, 12. 336. 

Hildreth, Mary, baptism, 12. 336. 

Hildreth, Oliver, in Am. army (1775), 
12. 106. 

Hildreth, Persis, dismissed to Cam- 
bridge (1674), 12. 338. 

Hildreth, Richard, removes to Chelms- 
ford (1656), 12. 325; dismissed to 
Cambridge (1674), 338. 

Hildreth, Richard, wrong tabulation 
of Continental army, 2. 206. 

Hildreth, Samuel T., Commence- 
ment part (1837), 6. 220; biog. 
note, 220 n. 

Hildreth, Thomas, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 388, 391. 

Hildrick. See Hildreth. 

Hill, , of Eng., expected office 

(1700), 3. 201. 

Hill, Captain, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 397. 

Hill, Corporal, of Conn., at siege of 
Boston, 9. 79, 81. 

Hill, Deacon, of Greenfield (1775), 
6. 397. 

Hill, Abraham, of Charlestown, 7. 156. 

Hill, Albert H., ancestry, 6. 21. 

Hill, Alexander, on com. on memo- 
rial to Gage (1775), 10. 91. 

Hill, Alexander S., 18. 92. 

Hill, Alfred B., ancestry, 11. 189. 

Hill, Anna (Andrews), 11. 189, 208. 

Hill, Anna F. (Carruth), 11. 192. 

Hill, Catharine [Mrs. Henshaw], 14. 
68. 

Hill, Clement Hugh, on com. to pub. 
Proceedings (1884-89), 1. 168, 2. 
87, 486, 3.318, 4. 367; resigns 
from com., 5. 115; on com. to 
pub. Sewall's Letter-Book, 1. 180, 



206 



HILL-HILLARD 



4. 343; elected to M.H.S. Council 
(1884), 1. 180; presents report of 
Council (1885), 2. 66-69; thanks 
to, 82; on time of passage of 
Declaratory Act, 87; on Nominat- 
ing Com. (1886), 225; report, 403; 
remarks, 4. 65, 8. 209, 235, 11. 
24, 120; reprinted M.H.S. paper, 
6. 235; and Dana's appointment 
(1876), 399; on reception of royal 
charters, 8. 19; memoir of E. R. 
Hoar assigned to, 9. 331; on 
Stuart's port, of Washington in 
Eng., 11. 69; Memoir of Rufus 
Choate, 124-155; birth and an- 
cestry, 189, 13. 130; M.H.S. trib- 
utes to, 12. 372-379; in M.H.S., 
372, 13. 138-139; at Oberlin, 12. 
373; as law student, 373, 13. 130; 
as Asst. Atty.-Gen., 12. 374-376, 
13. 135-137; and Federal judgeship, 
12. 374, 13. 137; as general prac- 
titioner, 12. 376, 13. 140; interest 
in history, 12. 376; character, 376- 
379, 13. 140; Memoir by C. C. 
Smith, 130-141; port, and autog., 
130; education, 130; literary work, 
131-134 ; review of Dartmouth Col- 
lege case, 132; article on Glad- 
stone, 133; as Asst. Solicitor of 
Boston, 134-135; in General Court, 
137; Clerk of Dist. Court, 137; 
abroad, 139; health, 139; death, 
140; societies, 140; social life, 
140; as writer, 140; religion, 141. 

Hill, Don Gleason, elected a member 
M.H.S., 19. 86; memoir of J. T. 
Hassam assigned to, 201; on 
Library Com. (1906), 20. 87; re- 
port, 231. 

Hill, Hamilton, 11. 189; at Oberlin, 
190. 

Hill, Hamilton Andrews, elected a 
member M.H.S., 5. 423; on H. M. 
Dexter, 6. 184-185; communicates 
letter of R. H. Dana, 397-399; 
remarks, 442, 8. 59; gifts to 
M.H.S., 7. 127, 374, 10. 125; list 
of publications (1891-95), 7. 369, 

8. 185, 9. 23, 10. 121; on Treaty 
of Washington, 8. 17-19; on Au- 
diting Com. (1893-95), 151, 504, 
10. 1; reports, 8. 194, 9. 37, 10. 
136; on initials on corner stones 
of Old South, 8. 268-270; memoir 
of Abbott Lawrence assigned to, 
276, 11. 367; on Frederick Fraley, 

9. 103 ; on R. C. Winthrop, 227- 
232; M.H.S. tributes to, 10. 140- 
142, 147-148; Memoir by S. E. 



Herrick, 11. 188-196; port, and 
AUTOG., 188; death, 188; position, 
188; birth and ancestry, 189 
comes to U. S., 189; at Oberlin 
190; mercantile career in Boston 
190-191; public addresses, 191, 
hist, work, 192; honorary degrees! 
192; marriages and children, 192 
writings, 193-196. 

Hill, Hannah [Mrs. Quincy], 6. 285. 

Hill, Henry [H. C. 1756], at Com- 
mencements (1814-23), 5. 179, 
180, 182, 188 n., 189, 191. 

Hill, Henry [d. 1892], longevity, 7. 
347. 

Hill, Capt. Jeremiah, in Saratoga 
campaign, 6. 100. 

Hill, John, exile in Amsterdam 
(1600), 6. 54. 

Hill, John, subscribes to Merchants' 
Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Hill, John, of Groton, Vt., 6. 21. 

Hill, John, of Ga. (1832), 20. 514. 

Hill, John B., on name Mason Harbor, 
10. 466. 

Hill, Joseph E., etching by, 4. 109. 

Hill, Maria [Mrs. Huntlev], exile in 
Amsterdam (1600), 6. 54. 

Hill, Miriam P. (Walley), 11. 192. 

Hill, Ralph, removes to Chelmsford 
(1656), 12. 325. 

Hill, Roger, exploded coat of arms, 
2. 250. 

Hill, Sally (Morse), 6. 21. 

Hill, Thomas, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Hill, Thomas, Commencement part 
(1843), 6. 237; intended profes- 
sion, 238; death announced, 7. 
127; ordination, 19. 388. 

Hill, Valentine, and Luxford's for- 
geries, 7. 133; record of acquisition 
of Winthrop's house (1644), 11. 
185. 

Hill, William, graduates (1788), 16. 
440. 

Hill, William W., of Ga., 20. 514. 

Hillard, George Stillman, Com- 
mencement part (1828), 5. 198; 
biog. notes, 198 n., 9. 135 n.; Mas- 
ter's oration (1831), 5. 206, 206 n.; 
reprinted M.H.S. papers, 6. 235; 
B K oration (1843), 9. 135; at 
Plymouth anniversary (1845), 10. 
400; retentive memory, 474; 
young Whig, 11. 279; card on 
Gilchrist (1860), 14. 85 n.; Friday 
Club, 473, 16. 465; in Mass. 
Conven. (1853), 18. 34-37, 39-41; 
J. Q. Adams on, 19. 385. 



HILLARY-HISTORY 



207 



Hillary, privateer (1748), 5. 89-90. 
Hiller, J., Jr., sketch of Washington, 

4. 350. 

Hiller, Joseph, Atty.-Gen. of Mass., 
10. 289; notary public, 16. 44. 

Hilles, Thomasine [Mrs. Forth], 2. 
156. 

Hillhouse, Rev. James, Watts on, in 
Eng., 9. 364, 369, 372, 377, 384, 391. 

Hillhouse, James Abraham, journey 
with Stiles (1754), 7. 339 n. 

Hilliard, Joseph, at Harvard Com- 
mencements (1806, '14, '15), 5. 
171, 178, 180. 

Hilliard, Rev. Timothy [H. C. 1764], 
letter introducing, to Franklin, 4. 
302; and Harvard students, 5. 
414; biog. note, 16. 308 n.; at 
ordination of Henry Ware, 336. 

HiUiard, Rev. Timothy, Commence- 
ment part (1809) and biog. note, 

5. 174, 174 n. 
Hills. See also Hilles. 

Hills, William, Apostle Eliot on, 18. 
344. 

Hills, William D., works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151. 

Hillsborough, royal memorials, 4. 
251, 253. 

Hilly er. Adj. Andrew, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 74, 80, 83, 85, 90. 

Hilton, Charles, in Arnold's Quebec 
expedition, 2. 284. 

Hilton, Edward, churchman, 16. 177. 

Hilton, William, letter to John Win- 
throp, Jr. (1633) on keeping swine, 
10. 361; to John Winthrop, Sr. 
(1637) on safe-conduct for an In- 
dian, 362; career, 362. 

Hilton, Winthrop, killed by Indians, 
1. 161. 

Himera, importance of battle, 17. 
398. 

Himes, Rev. Joshua, at Philanthropic 
Soc. (1836), 19. 365. 

Hinchman, Thomas, in General Court 
(1692), 7. 164; justice of peace 
(1686), 13. 229; land grant, 274; 
in King Philip's War, 401. 

Hinckley, Mrs. Job, of Brookfield, 
7. 385. 

Hinckley, Samuel, of Brookfield, 
7. 397. 

Hinckley, Gov. Thomas, death, 1. 158; 
and Randolph, 13. 296; named for 
Council (1691), 14. 217; Narrative 
of Proceedings, 17. 19. 

Hincks, Sir Francis, on Sparks red- 
line map, 3. 363. 

Hinds, , juggler (1767), 10. 28. 



Hinds, Lieutenant, of Brookfield 
(1762), 7. 386. 

Hinds, Hannah, of Brookfield, 7. 396. 

Hingham, Maverick's account (1660), 
1. 239; in 1650, 2. 46; develop- 
ment of town govt., 7. 188-189; 
and Harvard Hall (1677), 9. 101; 
pre-Rev. inn, 10. 47; old church, 
14. 287; ordination of Henry 
Ware, 16. 336. 

Hinks, John, in N. H. Council, 8. 93 ; 
member of Dudley's Council (1686), 
13. 228; attends, 226, 232, 234, 
271 ; and Tufton's estate, 258; com- 
mands fort on Great Island, 261; 
and N. H. records, 264, 266. 

Hinksman, Edmund, of Chelmsford, 
12. 321, 334, 335. 

Hinksman, Mrs. Elizabeth [Mrs. 
Fiske], 12. 321. 

Hinksman, Joanna [Mrs. Hoar], 9. 
309. 

Hinman, John, of Va. (1654), 3. 7. 

Hinman, Sarah, of Va. (1654), 3. 7. 

Hinman, Titus, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Hinsdale, Ensign, at Fort Dummer 
(1728), 6. 378. 

Hinton, , exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 54. 

Hinton, Mrs., exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 54. 

Hinton, Richard J., on Pottawatomie 
Massacre, 14. 4. 

Hirondelle, prize case (1743)^,5. 88. 

Hirst. See also Hurst. 

Hirst, Elizabeth (Sewall), estate in 
Boston, 1. 315, 323. 

Hirst, George, Boston estate, 1. 323. 

Hirst, Grove (1717), 8. 217. 

Hirst, Mary [Lady Pepperrell], verses 
by, 17. 88; character, 89. 

Historical Manuscript Committee of 
M.H.S., creation, 12. 169, 261- 
264, 372; members (1898), 264; 
(1899), 13. 142; (1900), 14. 163; 
circular, 12. 456. 

History, Stubbs on partisan, 3. 154, 
156; new school, 5. 265-267, 6. 
279, 7. 242, 19. 279; institutional 
continuity, 5. 266-269, 323, 7. 
176, 243-245, 250; hist, character 
of Norse sagas, 5. 332-340, 7. 349- 
354; and genealogy, 6. 2; as sci- 
ence, 280, 19. 283-284; danger in 
''dignity," 6. 281, 478-479 ; abuse of 
quotations, 282; John Adams on, 
304; unity, 7. 422; H. W. Torrey 
on uses of study, 9. 206-208; recol- 
lections as source, 10. 473-490, 13. 



208 



HITCHCOCK-HOAR 



177, 14. 437-444, 17. 441-448, 18. 
123-125, 302, 445; best source, 10. 
475; permanence of local histo- 
ries, 11. 107; Brooks Adams's work 
on hist, philosophy reviewed, 169- 
177; classes of literature, 169; 
writings (1897), 12. 66, 111;MSS. 
Com. of M.H.S., 169,261-2-^4, 372, 
456, 13. 142, 14. 163; Am. MSS. 
Commission, 12. 349 ; Pres. Adams's 
address on, 13. 81-119; beginning 
of modern processes, 85, 89 ; Hume, 
Robertson, Gibbon, 86-88; influ- 
ence of evolution, 89-91, 19. 280, 
285; progress not the rule, 13. 
93; races which have influenced 
progress, 94; present phase of 
progress, 95; test of hist, value, 
95-97; methods and results of 
former general historians, 97-100; 
specialization, 100-102 ; modern 
field and special training, 102- 
108; value of cooperative, 109; 
monographs and future general 
histories, 1 10-1 13 ; past and future 
functions of hist, societies, 114- 
118; — diaries as source, 14. 
304; dreams as factors, 15. 81-88; 
and decline of oratory, 501-506; 
development of hist, sense in U. S., 
506; its importance, 507-508; 
character of modern instruction, 
508; holiday as aid in develop- 
ment of hist, sense, 509-513; 
leadership and fatalism, 17. 109 n. ; 
laymen and military history, 250, 
260 n., 396; morality as a standard, 

18. 50; judges and historians, 155- 
156; value of N. Eng. parish record 
books, 340^41; paper on outlook, 

19. 279-287; not definable, 279; 
research and expression, 281-283, 
286; dramatic and philos. aspects, 
284-285; importance of person- 
ality, 285; and claims of sciences, 
287; future, 287; — limitations of 
local and general, 20. 118. 

Hitchcock. See also Hiccoks. 

Hitchcock, Ethan A., letter (1905) 
on offsprings of Washington Oak, 
19. 297-299. 

Hitchcock, Rev. Gad, at ordination 
of Henry Ware, 16. 337; biog. 
note, 337 n. 

Hitchcock, Capt. Luke, in Am. army 
(1781), 6. 131; in Va. campaign, 
134, 145, 146; at siege of York- 
town, 156. 

Hoadly, Charles Jeremy, on Decla- 
ration of Independence, 3. 370, 



373-375 ; on Journals of Old Cong., 
370, 375-378; acknowledgments 
to, 4. 255 n., 8. 6; communicates 
diary of Benj. Boardman, 7. 400- 
413 ; on Thos. Hooker's gravestone, 
8. 142; communicates diary of 
Jabez Fitch, 9. 40-91; M.H.S. trib- 
ute to, 14. 369. 

Hoar, Bridget (Lisle), 2. 254; grave- 
stone, 9. 311 n.; gives books to 
Mather, 13. 374 n.; marries Usher, 
411. 

Hoar, Ebenezer Rockwood, on J. L. 
Sibley, 2. 155; on com. on Sibley 
Bequest, 170; report, 228; gifts to 
M.H.S., 261, 9. 267; on C. F. 
Adams, 3. 146-149; Conscience 
Whig, 147; on pub. of Province 
Laws, 4. 307; on national holiday, 
372; Commencement part (1835), 
6. 215; remarks, 6. 1, 21, 7. 421, 
8. 20, 209, 235, 9. 95; reprinted 
M.H.S. paper, 6. 235; on J. R. 
Lowell, 7. 5-6; on Francis Park- 
man, 8. 365; letter on O. W. 
Holmes, 9. 162; letter presenting 
lock of Lincoln's hair, 267; M.H.S. 
resolution of thanks and Empathy, 
268-269; M.H.S. tributes to, 
301-331, 10. 119; death, 9. 301; in 
M.H.S., 301, 305; and C. F. Adams 
[2], 302-303, 306-309; character, 
303, 305, 320, 322-324, 326-331 ; as 
State judge, 304, 316^317; nomi- 
nation as U. S. Justice rejected, 
304, 320; and literary effort, 305, 
321; and literary men, 306; pride 
of descent, 306 ; and J. Q. Adams's 
cuff buttons, 307n.-308n.; and 
Harvard, 309, 310, 322, 329; cor- 
resp. on Widow Joanna Hoar 
Scholarship at Radcliffe, 311-315; 
as Atty.-Gen., 317-319, 323-^24; 
and Grant, 319; member of Joint 
High Commission, 319; brusque- 
ness, 320; later law practice, 321, 
322; and politics, 321; wit, 322, 
324, 328; and Concord, 327, 329; 
memoir assigned to C. H. Hill, 9. 
331 ; to G. F. Hoar, 13. 1 ; to Moor- 
field Storey, 18. 471 ; Address (1894), 
10. 121 ; bequest to M.H.S., 129; and 
proposed increase in M.H.S. mem- 
bership (1876), 318, 319; retentive 
memory, 474 ; Henry Lee's charac- 
terization, 19. 252; congressional 
campaign (1876), 20. 172. . 

Hoar, George Frisbie, elected a mem- 
ber M.H.S., 3. 102; accepts, 144; 
and A. H. Bullock, 329, 336; asks 



HOAR-HODGKIN 



209 



advice on proposed Lafayette 
statue, 4. 12; list of publications 
(1887-1904), 106, 7. 369, 9. 23, 

11. 318, 13. 66, 18. 269; on Chas. 
Deane, 5. 130 ; on H. A. Whitney, 
426; and Chas. Devens, 7. 106; 
remarks, 8. 235, 274, 11. 120, 187, 

12. 311, 13. 197; gift to M.H.S,, 
9. 27; on O. W. Holmes, 166; 
on hist, names for inscription in 
Mass. State House, 196; on 
R.C. Winthrop, 242-243; presents 
M.H.S. petition in Senate, 11. 210; 
and return of Bradford MS., 315, 15. 
78^1 ; and memoir of E. L. Pierce, 
12. 55, 155; on Hist. MSS. Com. 
(1898-1900), 264, 13. 142, 14. 163; 
on hist, influence of certain re- 
fusals of office, 15. 230-238 ; moves 
vote on obtaining copies of papers 
in Eng. Public Records Office, 
320 ; on com. on Adams Memorial, 
18. 1, 192; Memoir of Horace 
Gray, 155-187; and preservation 
of Constitution, 331; M.H.S. trib- 
utes to, 376-379, 385-390, 19. 202, 
265, 267; in M.H.S., 18. 376; as 
last of human-rightsstatesmen,377- 
378, 387; and colleagues, 385; as 
typical N. Eng. man, 386; public 
and private character, 388-390; 
PORT, and AUTOG., 19. front.; port, 
presented, 224; Memoir by Natl. 
Paine and G. S. Hall, 258-267; 
birth, 258; public career, 258-259; 
death, 259 ; and Worcester institu- 
tions, 259-261; honorary degrees, 
261; social life, 261, 263; memorial 
associations, 261; love of country 
life, 261-263 ; of children and books, 
263 ; finances, 263 ; inscriptions by, 
264; as legislator, 264; religion, 
265 ; on growing old, 266. 

Hoar, Joanna (Hinksman), descend- 
ants, 9. 309, 313-314; Radcliffe 
scholarship in name of, 311--315; 
gravestone, 311 n. 

Hoar, John, and Mather (1675), 13. 
355. 

Hoar, John, manumission of slave by 
(1776), 8. 500. 

Hoar, Leonard, 2. 254; and Urian 
Oakes, 5. 409 ; Sting of Death, 9. 450 ; 
his copy of Harvard laws, 11. 200; 
and Mather (1675), 13. 355; funeral, 
356; library, 358, 374; history of 
his MS. abstracts of sermons, 14. 16. 

Hoar, Margery [Mrs. Flint], 6. 374. 

Hoar, Samuel, report on expulsion 
from Charleston, 3. 147; Harvard 

14 



LL.D. (1838), 5. 225; inscription 
on monument, 19. 264; at bicen- 
tenary of N. Eng. Confed., 361. 

Hoar, William, Boston estate, 1. 319. 

Hoar's Lane, Boston, identity, 1. 318, 
319. 

Hobart. See also Hubart, Hubbard. 

Hobart, Mrs., of Braintree, death 
(1704), 14. 22. 

Hobart, Aaron, drowned, 1. 158, 14. 
23. 

Hobart, Ann (Bradstreet), 11. 419. 

Hobart, Caleb, sea-captain, 14. 20. 

Hobart, Rev. Gershom, of Groton, 4. 
299; preaches for Mather (1676), 
13. 360-373; and answer to 
General Court (1676), 369. 

Hobart, Josiah, and Shays's Rebellion, 

1. 301. 
Hobart, Rev. Nehemiah, Faithful 

advice from several Ministers, 9. 

526; preface to Warning to the 

Flocks, 17. 29. 
Hobart, Rev. Noah, 7. 338. 
Hobart, Rev. Peter, at Hingham, 

2. 46. 
Hobart, Samuel, 11. 419. 
Hobbey, (?) James, in campaign of 

1760, 4. 396, 5. 362. 
Hobble (Hubbell) , Major Ithamar, at 

Crown Point (1760), 5, 387. 
Hobbs, William, witchcraft petition, 

1. 110. 
Hobby. See also Hobbey, Hoby. 
Hobby, Charles, knighted (1705), 8. 

213. 
Hobby-horse, Va. vessel (1651), 3. 6. 
Hobkirk Hill, battle, 19. 133. 
Hoby, Reverend, of Eng. , at Harvard 

Commencement (1835), 5. 216. 
Hockady Spring, Va. (1781), 6. 142. 
Hodge, Major (?) Michael, at siege of 

Louisburg (1745), 11. 423. 
Hodge, Michael, of Newburyport, biog. 

note, 16. 383 n. 
Hodge, Mrs. Michael, 16. 425. 
Hodgeman, Samuel, of Brookfield, 

7. 385. 
Hodges, Mrs., of Boston, death 

(1675), 13. 348. 
Hodges, Alexander, at Passama- 

quoddy Bay, 3. 92. 
Hodges, George C, letters owned by, 

20. 535. 
Hodges, Harry F., letter owned by, 

20. 535 n. 
Hodgkin, Alexander, exile in Am- 
sterdam (1615), 6. 54. 
Hodgkin, Jane [Mrs. Murton], exile 

in Amsterdam (1608), 6. 54, 57. 



210 



HODGKIN-HOLLAND 



Hodgkin, Ursula (Buy water), exile in 
Amsterdam (1615), 6. 54. 

Hoffman, Wickham, and F. E. Parker, 
3. 248; Commencement part (1841), 
6. 233 ; enters Harvard, 14. 205. 

Hog Island affair (1775), 17. 291, 297. 

Hogg, Jean [Mrs. Johnston], 8. 226. 

Hoit, Albert G., ports, of Webster, 2. 
263. 

Hoit, Elisha, in Am. Army (1776), 
12. 100. 

Holbrook, , expelled from Har- 
vard (1731), 5. 404. 

Holbrook, , innkeeper at Belling- 

ham (1804), 2. 32. 

Holbrook, Abia, school-master, 4. 193. 

Holbrook, Asa, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151. 

Holbrook, James, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 152. 

Holbrook, Thomas, of Braintree, 
death, 14. 18. 

Holbrook, Mrs. Thomas, death, 14. 
18. 

Holden. See also Holten. 

Holden, Lieut. Aaron, at Cherry 
Valley, 2. 447, 449; captured by 
Indians, 450; news of, 455. 

Holden, Amos, on Indian scout 
(1748), 6. 431. 

Holden, Artemas, 4. 385. 

Holden, Betsey [Mrs. Hale], biog. 
note, 4. 385; scholar at Townsend 
(1772), 386. 

Holden, Betsey (Jewett), 4. 385. 

Holden, Bridget (At well), 4. 385. 

Holden, Caleb, on Indian scout (1748), 
6. 431. 

Holden, David, journal of campaign 
of 1760, 4. 384-409; career, 384- 
385; other memoranda by, 385- 
386; enlistment and march to 
Albany, 387^89; preparation at 
Albany, 389-391 ; march to Crown 
Point, 391-392; army at Crown 
Point, 392-396; sergeant-major, 
395; advance and attack on 
Isle-aux-Noix, 396-399 ; advance 
to Montreal, 399-402; return to 
Crown Point, 402-405; march 
home, 405-406; orders, 406-408. 

Holden, David, Jr., elder son, 4. 385. 

Holden, David, Jr., younger son, 4. 
385. 

Holden, Jabez, and Shays^s Rebel- 
lion, 1. 301 ; of Groton, 12. 90. 

Holden, John, captured by Indians 
(1697), 4. 384. 

Holden, Lieut. ( ?) John, in Va. cam- 
paign (1781), 6. 134, 135, 141, 147. 



Holden, Jonathan, in campaign of 

1760, 4. 392, 6. 427. 
Holden, Joshua, 4. 385. 
Holden, Lavinia [Mrs. Bunton], 4. 385. 
Holden, Mary [Mrs. Greenwood], 4. 

385. 
Holden, Phineas Hemenway, 4. 385. 
Holden, Polly, scholar at Townsend 

(1772), 4. 386. 
Holden, Sally, scholar at Townsend 

(1772), 4. 386. 
Holden, Samuel, donations to N. Eng., 

9. 346, 349, 379; illness, 376, 578; 

death, 379; Colman's published 

sermon on, and letters of, 380, 387. 
Holden, Mrs. Samuel, and pub. of 

husband's letters, 9. 380,^ 387; 

N. Eng. charity, 393, 397. 
Holden, Sarah [Mrs. Cummings], 4. 

385. 
Holden, Sarah (Davis), 4. 384. 
Holden, Sarah (Hemenway), 4. 384, 

385. 
Holden, Stephen, captured by Indians 

(1697), 4. 384. 
Holden, Sylvanus, 4. 385. 
Holden, Thomas, killed at Cherry 

Valley, 2. 450. 
Holden, Sergeant William, death ut 

Louisburg (1745), 11. 445. 
Holden, Lieut. William, in campaign 

of 1760, 4. 395. 
Holder, Mrs. Judith [Mrs. Ardivey], 

exile in Amsterdam (1606), 6. 54. 
Holder, William, exile in Amsterdam 

(1596), 6. 54, 64. 
Holdridge, Lieut. Hezekiah, at siege 

of Boston, 9. 65. 
Holdsworth, Thomas, prize case 

(1752), 5. 100. 
Holidays, Am. national, 4. 372; 

what they should commemorate, 

15. 509-513. 
Holker, , of Boston, dinner 

(1778), 10. 106. 
Holland, Cornelius, grant ^of Ba- 
hamas (1650), 13. 5; iron works, 

28, 29; career, 35-36. 
Holland, Elizabeth (Vassall), baroness, 

19. 461. 
Holland, Henry, Harvard LL.D. 

(1847), 5. 253. 
Holland, Henry R. V. Fox, baron, 

visit to (1830), 19. 461. 
Holland, Rev. John, ante-mortem 

visions, 13. 127. 
Holland, Col. Stephen, and Daniel 

Sullivan, 1. 48; proposals to John 

SuUivan, 51-53, 55, 63; and Gov. 

Wentworth, 3. 66; and spies, 121. 



HOLLAND-HOLMES 



211 



Holland, recognizes U. S., 3. 130, 131, 
19. 155; plague (1655), 3. 194; wars 
with Eng. (1664), 4. 279, 281; 
(1647), 11. 6; peace (1674), 4. 282; 
medals commemorating recogni- 
tion of U. S., 7. 19-22; influence on 
discovery of Am., 8. 34, 42 n. ; 
toleration, 410-412; hist, value of 
Span. War, 13. 97; affairs (1787), 
16. 319 w.; mercenaries for Eng. 
(1775), 17. 314-318; and peace 
negotiations (1782), 425, 426; and 
Eng. (1780), 19. 127. 

Holle, Thomas, of Billesby, Eng. 
(1623), 8. 513. 

Holley, Rev. Horace, at Harvard 
Commencement (1822), 6. 189; 
verses on (1818), 8. 252-254; 
BK prayer (1811), 9. 113; biog. 
note, 113 n. 

Holley, Orville L., Commencement 
part (1813) and biog. note, 5. 178, 
178 n. 

Hollingsworth, Sumner, vol. of 
Mather pamphlets owned by, 12. 
415-419; Eliot Bibles owned by, 
419. 

Holliock. See Holyoke. 

HolHs Street Church, view, 3. 283; 
call of Saml. West, 19. 431, 437; 
church burned (1787), 438. 

Hollis, Isaac, Watts on relig. charac- 
ter, 9. 354. 

Hollis, John, Watts on death, 9. 349. 

Hollis, Thomas [d. 1731], Pelham's 
mezzotint, 18. 238. 

Hollis, Thomas [d. 1774], on origin of 
Mass. motto, 2. 40. 

Hollis, Thomas Brand, port, of 
Laurens painted for, 3. 9. 

Hollis, N. H., deed for land in (1674), 
4. 156. 

Holloway, , pirate (1686), 13. 269. 

Holm, Thomas Campanius, on Indian 
hemp, 6. 36. 

Holman, Abigail (?Rigby), death, 

1. 156. 

Holman, Elizabeth [Mrs. Cooke], 8. 

214. 
Holmes, , innkeeper at Bowling 

Green, Va. (1804), 2. 21, 33. 
Holmes, Colonel, of Isle of Wight 

(1695-99), 2. 182, 184, 191. 
Holmes, Abiel, on Northern Lights, 

2. 103; subscription for M.H.S. 
building, 3. 291; MSS., 4. 374; at 
Harvard Commencements (1803- 
34), 5. 169, 194, 203, 214; on 
Cambridge, 397; Harvard Over- 
seer, 407; and Harvard students, 



414; edits Hubbard's General 
History, 6. 215; reprinted M.H.S. 
papers, 235-236; memoir of Caleb 
Gannett, 7. 123; memoir, 123; 
BK prayer (1807), 9. 112; biog. 
note, 1 12 n. ; at Plymouth anni- 
versary (1820), 10. 394; character 
and career, ll* 47-48; and ed. of 
Winthrop's History, 12. 301. 

Holmes, Abigail, book owned by, 17. 
21. 

Holmes, Amelia L. (Jackson), 11. 51. 

Holmes, Benjamin Mulberry, absentee 
loyalist, 10. 164; confiscated Bos- 
ton estate, 174. 

Holmes, Gov. David, congressional 
candidacy (1797), 15. 160; and 
Wm. Duane, 20. 379. 

Holmes, John, settler at Woodstock, 
11. 47. 

Holmes, John, member of First 
Church in Cambridge, 5. 406. 

Holmes, John B., 2. 26. 

Holmes, John S., and Mellen Cham- 
berlain, 20. 120. 

Holmes, Mary, book owned by, 17. 
21. 

Holmes, Mary (Stiles), 11. 48. 

Holmes, Nathaniel, killed, 1. 154. 

Holmes, Obadiah, religious persecu- 
tion, 1. 242. 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell [1], gifts to 
M.H.S., 1. 374, 3. 221; list of 
publications (1885-91), 2. 68, 4. 
106, 348, 405; biog. of Emerson, 
2. 107; in M.H.S. group picture 
(1869), 3. vii; on Mrs. Swan's 
house, 4. 48; on J. F. Clarke, 144- 
147; on Wm. Amory, 215; 
Memoir of Wm. Amory, 414-417; 
Commencement part (1829), 5. 
200; Lowell Lecture, 6. 208; 
memoir of Motley, 209; reprinted 
M.H.S. paper, 236; note on 
Seward and Motley, 8. 21-22; on 
church at Midway, Ga., 174; poem 
on Parkman, 360-361; 0BK 
poem (1836), 9. 127; M.H.S. 
tributes to, '158-168; in M.H.S., 
159; influence of profession on 
writings, 160, 165; Wm. Everett's 
poem on, 160-162; ancestry, 163, 
11. 47-48; marriage, married life, 
children, 9. 163, 11. 51; in- 
terest in children, 9, 163-165; 
business helplessness, 164; char- 
acter, 164-166; as medical prof., 
166-168, 11. 51-53, 64; and puer- 
peral fever, 9. 167, 11. 51 ; poem at 
Plymouth anniversary (1845), 10. 



212 



HOLMES-HOOK 



399; Memoir by J. T. Morse, 11. 
47-66; PORT., 47; birth, 48; 
education, 49; law student, 49; 
first literary work, "Old Ironsides," 
49; medical student, 50; practice, 
50, 54; and women medical stu- 
dents, 53; as lyceimi lecturer, 54; 
first vol. of poems, 55; and begin- 
ning of Atlantic Monthly, 55] 
Autocrat of the Breakfast Table, 56- 
57; occasional poems, 57; poetic 
ambition, 58; and Saturday Club, 
58-60; ''Professor" and "Poet" 
papers, 60; novels and doctrine of 
heredity, 61-63; and public affairs, 
63; "Atlantic" banquet, 64; biog. 
writings, 64; Over the Tea-Cups, 65; 
residences, 65; in Europe (1888), 
66; honorary degrees, 66; decline 
and death, 66; — and Friday Club, 
16. 465; hymns, 17. 139; letter 
to G. E. Ellis (1881) on Mary 
Chase's curvature, 18. 346; and 
Emancipation Concert, 20. 248; 
afflatus, 442. 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell [2], elected 
a member M.H.S., 6. 442; and 
G. O. Shattuck, 11. 269; Memoir 
OF G. O. Shattuck, 14. 361- 
368; gift of papers to M.H.S., 17. 
229. 

Holmes, Rebeckah [Mrs. Amory], 5. 
341. 

Holmes, Sarah (Wendell), 11. 48; 
character, 48. 

Holmes, Thomas, 11. 47. 

Holmes Hole, Brit, expedition to 
(1779), 3. 84-88; described (1801), 
4. 128, 134. 

Holmes's Ordinary, Va. (1781), 6. 142. 

Holroyd, John B. See Sheffield. 

Hoist, Hermann Eduard von, death 
announced, 18. 188. 

Holt, John, business relations with 
Jas. Parker, 16. 192-194, 201, 
202, 205-208, 210, 212-217, 222, 
224; and press in Va., 193, 208; 
popularity with Sons of Liberty, 
210. 

Holt, Joshua, non-consimiption agree- 
ment (1786), 8. 497. 

Holten, , of Brookfield (1762), 

7. 399. 

Holten, Samuel, extracts from diary 
(1778), 10. 463. 

Holt's Forge, Va. (1781), 6. 144, 148. 

Holtzendorff, Baron Franz von, 
death announced, 4. xxii, 5. 438. 

Hoi well, John Z., Interesting Hist. 
Events, 3. 29. 



Holy Alliance. See Monroe Doctrine. 
Holy Land, travel in (1832), 19. 495- 

499. 
Holy cake, John, clerk of court (1686), 
13. 243. 

Holyoke, (1655), 1. 119. 

Holyoke, Pres. Edward, admitted 
to First Church in Cambridge, 5. 
406; system of shorthand, 9. 193; 
election sermon, 350; Isaac Watts 
on, 357 ; on flogging, 11. 205 ; letters 
from Watts (1738-42) congratula- 
tions and other matters, 12. 149- 
152; Ezra Stiles on, 18. 210. 
Holyoke, Edward A., on Northern 
Lights, 2. 103; on air, 3. 35; at 
Harvard Commencements (1812, 
'17), 5. 177, 183. 
Holyoke, Elizur, mentioned in Pyn- 
chon's will, 1. 136; and Edward 
Gouge, 323 ; on com. on war expen- 
ses (1676), 12. 402. 

Homan, , sea-captain (1739), 9. 

364. 
Homans, John, Commencement part 
(1812) and biog. note, 6. 176 n.; 
subscription to Boston dinner 
(1830), 6. 342. 
Homem, Diego, St. Lawrence region 

on map (1558), 7. 306. 
Homer, Capt. John, custom-house 

raid on, 10. 72. 
Homer, Jonathan, at Harvard Com- 
mencements (1826-42), 5. 195, 
207, 211, 212, 216, 224, 231, 233, 
234, 237; reprinted M.H.S. paper, 
6. 236. 
Homer, Ohio River steamer, 7. 287. 
Homer, Stephen Salisbury on, 2. 

96-98. 
Homes, Mrs., exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 54. 
Homes, Barzillai, Detroit bank, 20. 

521. 
Homline, H. , exile in Amsterdam , 6. 54. 
Honyerry, Indian, in Sullivan's ex- 
pedition, 2. 460; killed, 470. 
Hood, Captain, excursion from Boston 

(1772), 10. 46. 
Hood, Harry, in Boston (1769), 

10. 72. 
Hood, Com. Samuel, in Boston (1768, 

'69), 10. 37, 71, 76. 
Hoogland, William, engraving of La- 
fayette, 5. 451. 
Hook. See also Hooke. 
Hook, Francis, justice of peace 
(1686), 13. 230; receiver of duties, 
236; and records of Maine, 258; 
Treasurer of Maine, 277. 



HOOK-HOPKINS 



213 



Hook, Walter Farquhar, his **Mrs. 

Martyr," 3. 158. 

Hooke, , of Eng. (1693), 2.173,195. 

Hooke, Rev. William, at Taunton and 

New Haven, 2. 48, 49 ; and Eliot, 50. 
Hooker, Ann, of Eng. (1650), 1. 136. 
Hooker, Cornelius, of Eng. (1650), 1. 

136. 
Hooker, Edward, of London, will 

(1650), 1. 136. 
Hooker, Edward, of Chilcombe, Eng. 

(1650), 1. 136. 
Hooker, Mrs. Elizabeth, of Eng. 

(1650), 1. 136. 
Hooker, Mrs. Ellen, of Eng. (1650), 

1. 136. 
Hooker, Frances (Mrs. Tarleton), 1. 

136. 
Hooker, Henry, of Eng. (1650), 1. 136. 
Hooker, James C, gift to M.H.S., 

3. 319. 
Hooker, John, of Leicester, will 

(1654), 1. 136. 
Hooker, John, cousin, 1. 136. 
Hooker, Gen. Joseph, in Civil War, 7. 

108, 111, 10. 434, 18. 443. 
Hooker, Sir Joseph D., and Wallace 

and Darwin, 8. 50. 
Hooker, Mary, of N. Eng. (1650), 1. 

136. 
Hooker, Capt. Noadiah, at siege of 

Boston, 7. 410, 412. 
Hooker, Peter, of Eng. (1650), 1. 136. 
Hooker, Ralph, of Eng. (1650), 1. 136. 
Hooker, Richard, of Eng. (c. 1650), 

1. 136. 

Hooker, Rev. Samuel, mentioned, 1. 
136; death, 152; Righteousness 
Rained from Heaven, 17. 30. 

Hooker, Sibil, of Eng. (1650), 1. 136. 

Hooker, Thomas, exile in Amster- 
dam (1631), 6. 54. 

Hooker, Rev. Thomas, at Hartford, 

2. 49; books owned by, 3. 319; 
and origin of Conn., 5. 270-272; 
letter to Gov. Winthrop (1637) 
on theolog. dissensions, 6. 423- 
425; history of second gravestone, 
8. 142; Mather's Piscator Evan- 
gelicus, 9. 504; and Winthrop- 
Dudley quarrel, 16. 277-278; and 
Higginson, 483, 485, 488, 492, 497; 
literary remains, 497. 

Hoole, Mrs., of (?) Chelsea, death 
(1760), 5. 384. 

Hoole, Thomas, death (1760), 5. 382. 

Hoop Scheffer, J. G. de, and Am- 
sterdam records, 6. 46. 

Hooper, , of Boston (1729), 18. 

242. 



Hooper, , of Marblehead, brig 

(1769), 10. 71. 
Hooper, Mrs., of Newburyport, men- 
tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary 

(1787-88), 16. 350, 366, 383-385, 

394-401, 416, 423, 425-428, 443, 

445, 452; and suicide of son, 374, 

380; struggles, 374. 
Hooper, Benjamin, 16. 350; suicide, 

374. 
Hooper, Elizabeth, 16. 445. 
Hooper, Harriet (Bradbury), 16. 

392 n. 
Hooper, Sergeant John, death (1778), 

6. 107. 
Hooper, Joseph, 16. 443, 446. 
Hooper, Polly [Mrs. Spence], wed- 
ding, 10. 37 ; mentioned, 42. 
Hooper, Rebecca [Mrs. Jenkins], 16. 

380 n. 
Hooper, Robert, and excise act 

(1765), 10. 61. 
Hooper, Robert, Commencement 

spread (1765), 10. 42. 
Hooper, Sarah [Mrs. Goodman], 17. 

174. 
Hooper, Stephen, mentioned in J. 

Q. Adams's diary (1787-88), 16. 

362,376,388,416,448: biog. note, 

388 n. 
Hooper, Thomas W., mentioned by 

J. Q. Adams, 16. 299, 455; wife, 

392 n.; exhibition part (1788), 

409. 
Hooper, Rev. William, establishment 

of West Church, 9. 358; death, 

10. 23; and John Rowe, 24; 

funeral, 27; Pelham's mezzotint, 

18 2S8 
Hooper, William, Signer, 1. 282. 
Hooper, Mrs. William, distress (1776), 

10. 99. 
Hope, Colonel, of Eng. (1694), 2. 174, 

176. 
Hoph, Samuel. See Haugh. 
Hopkins, Abigail [Mrs. Field], 19. 

63. 
Hopkins, Caleb, and tea question, 

10. 80; characterized, 12. 141. 
Hopkins, Charles, killed (1691), 7. 

157. 
Hopkins, Gov. Edward, 8. 8; and 

Hadley school, 13. 282; Indian 

mission (1638), 16. 491. 
Hopkins, Rev. Edward, and Edwards 

MSS., 15. 3. 
Hopkins, Esek, captures New Provi- 
dence, 13. 16. 
Hopkins, Hannah, disciplined by 

church (1678), 6. 495. 



214 



HOPKINS-HOUGHTON 



Hopkins, James, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Hopkins, John, accused of embezzle- 
ment (1781), 19. 143. 

Hopkins. Mark, at Harvard Com- 
mencements (1837-47), 5.221,233, 
253; Harvard D.D. (1841), 233; 
on P. A. Chadboume, 18. 449, 
453. 

Hopkins, Rev. Samuel, on Indians 
(1703), 17. 7. 

Hopkins, Rev. Samuel [b. 1721], at 
Brown Commencement (1795), 3. 
42 ; biog. note, 42 n. 

Hopkins, Simeon, killed at Cherry 
Valley, 2. 450; body recovered, 
452. 

Hopkins, Stephen, Signer, 1. 281. 

Hopkins, Major Wait, killed by 
Indians, 2. 461. 

Hopkinsianism, 14. 456; J. Q. 
Adams on disinterested benevo- 
lence, 16. 354, 390; Saml. Langdon 
on, 218. 

Hopkinson, Francis, Signer, 1. 228. 

Hopkinson, Joseph, Marshall on 
judgeship, 14. 338; and Wm. 
Duane, 20. 309. 

Hopkinson, Thomas, Commencement 
part (1830), 6. 203; biog. note, 
203 n.; Master's oration (1833), 
211, 211 n. 

Hopper. See Hooper. 

Hoppin, Abby (Spears), 3. 299. 

Hoppin, Abigail (Johnson), 3. 300. 

Hoppin, EHzabeth (Parker), 3. 308. 

Hoppin, Hannah (Lewis), 3. 299. 

Hoppin, Nicholas [1], 3. 299. 

Hoppin, Nicholas [2], 3. 299; pri- 
vateersman, 300. 

Hoppin, Nicholas, death announced, 
•2. 225, 390; in M.H.S. group 
picture (1869), 3. vii; Memoir by 
F. E. Oliver, 299-308; birth and 
ancestry, 299 ; boyhood traits, 300 ; 
education, 300; in trade, 300; 
at Brown, 301; teacher, 301; as 
rector at Cambridge, 301-303; 
death, 301; as preacher, 303; as 
churchman, 303; scholarship, 304; 
character, 304; love of flowers, 
304; in M.H.S., 305; on John 
Cotton, 305-306; on Chas. 
Chauncy, 306-307; published ser- 
mons, 307; other pamphlets, 308; 
in Am. Oriental Soc, 308; hon- 
orary degree, 308; marriage and 
children, 308. 

Hoppin, Richard, 3. 299. 

Hoppin, Susannah (Hancock), 3. 300. 



Hoppin, William, 3. 300. 

Horicon, Lake, name for Lake 

George, 4. 247 n. 
Horne-Tooke, John, and France, 3. 

25, 26. 
Hornet- Penquin fight, medal com- 
memorating, 2. 72. 
Horry, Mrs., of Hampton, S. C, 

plantation (1804), 2. 24. 
Horse racing, order of Mass. Council 

on (1677), 12. 403. 
Horsfield, Edward, Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 182. 
Horsfield, Rosamond [Mrs. Jepson], 

17. 174. 
Horsford, Eben N., on embankment 

at Stony Brook, 2. 200 ; and Priest- 
ley's letters, 3. 12; and Sylvester 

letters, 4. 270; Harvard A.M. 

(1847), 5. 253. 
Horsmanden, Daniel, dismissed from 

Council, 16. 190. 
Hortense, Queen, in Florence (1829), 

19. 448. 
Horticulture, N. Eng. domestic fruits 

(1660), 1. 247; interest of S. G. 

Perkins, 2. 306; of J. C. Gray, 4. 

23; of Francis Parkman, 8. 538; 

fete of Brit, society (1831), 19. 

478. 
Horton, , sea-captain (1694), '7. 

166. 
Horton (Hawkton), Capt. Israel, in 

campaign of 1760, 4. 408. 
Horton, N. S., Presbyterian Church 

(1770), 4. 70. 
Hoskings & Co., William, bankrupt, 

10. 53. 
Hosley, Capt. James, company of 

minutemen, 12. 103. 
Hosmer, Abner, at Concord battle, 

10. 191. 
Hosmer, Rev. Frederick L., hymns, 

17. 139. 
Hosmer, Titus, alternate delegate 

to Cong. (1776), 3. 373. 
Hospitals, Philadelphia (1812), 19. 

374. 
Hotels. See Taverns. 
Hotty, John, purchases confiscated 

Boston estate, 10. 178. 
Houdetot, Elizabeth, comtesse d\ 

and Franklin, 20. bS] and Creve- 

coeur, 59, 77; port., 60 n. 
Houdon, Jean Antoine, port., 4. 109; 

bust of Washington, 19. 6, 20. 

8—9. 
Hough, Atherton, land (1645), 8. 12 n. 
Houghton, Henry O., and H. E. 

Scudder, 17. 147. 



HOUGHTON-HOWE 



215 



Houghton, John, and Groton church 
controversy (1712), 13. 299-301. 

Houghton, Richard M, Milnes, ist 
baron, on Adams and Trent affair, 
3. 150; at Plymouth, Mass., 10. 
444. 

Houghton, Robert, letter to Win- 
throp (1645) on iron works, 8. 15. 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co., services of 
H. E. Scudder, 17. 147-152, 157. 

Houldsworth, Jonas, letter to Win- 
throp (1666), 5, 292. 

House. See Howes. 

House Committee of M.H.S. (1899), 
13. 165; (1905), 19. 273; (1906), 
20. 245. 

House of Commons, Ladies Gallery 
(1830), 19. 459. See also Par- 
liament. 

House of Representatives, and 
Graves-Cilley duel (1838), 12. 288- 
292; first apportionment, 15. 139; 
of 1832, 206; J. Q. Adams on de- 
bates (1789), 16. 462. See also 
Congress. 

Houses, Southern (1804), 2. 19, 21, 
23; Iroquois, 466, 467; of New 
Haven (1795), 3. 48; of N. S. 
Indians (1782), 4. 11; building 
law for Boston (1783-85), 12. 
407-409; (1686), 13. 243; Tuck- 
ahoe, 14. 205-209; size of Va. 
colonial, 210; extant early Mass. 
(1900), 286-296. See also Archi- 
tecture. 

Houston. See also Huston, Hustone. 

Houston (Huestin), , of N. Y. 

(1779), 2. 477. 

Houston, David F., on Calhoun and 
strict construction, 17. 113 n. 

Houston, FeUx, appearance, 7. 274. 

Houston, Samuel, assault on Stan- 
berry, 19. 518. 

Houstoun, William, 17. 484. 

Hovey, Ivory [1], 3. 402 n. 

Hovey, Rev. Ivory [2], 3. 402 n. 

Hovey, James, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 401, 414, 433, 435; biog. 
note, 402 n. 

Hovey, Lydia (Atwood), 3. 402 n. 

How. See also Howe. 

How, , of Isle of Wight (1698), 2. 

190. 

How, Reverend, as preacher (1812), 19. 
372. 

How, Abraham, protest against stu- 
dents' long hair (1672), 9. 99. 

How, Dearly, church member, 5. 406. 

How, John, in Va. county court 
(1632), 3. 4; vestryman, 5. 



Howard, See also Hayward. 
Howard, , academy at Brook- 

ville, Md. (1829), 5, 462-463. 
Howard, Bezaleel, Harvard D.D. 

(1824), 5. 192; exhibition part 

(1780), 18. 222. 
Howard, Elizabeth A. Haryett, as an 

''institution," 16. 470. 
Howard, George E,, on Eng. parish, 

•7. 243. 
Howard, John, Rich. Price on, 17. 377. 
Howard, John E., 2. 14. 
Howard, Jonathan, Boston estate, 1. 

325. 
Howard, Joseph Jackson, death an- 
nounced, 16. 271. 
Howard, Martha [Mrs. Nourse], 18. 

292, 
Howard, Nathaniel, killed at Wyo- 
ming (1778), 3. 345. 
Howard, Mrs. Nathaniel (Willard), 

death, 7. 169. 
Howard, Oliver O,, at Chancellors- 

ville, 7. 108-110; at Columbia, 15. 

266, 272, 273; and Simms's library, 

277. 
Howard, Robert, Boston estate, 1. 

325. 
Howard, Samuel, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 180; 

descendants, 11. 123. 
Howard, Rev. Simeon, ordination, 10. 

26; Dudleian Lecture (1787), 16. 

313 ; biog. note, 313 n. ; Hazlitt on, 

17. 335. 
Howard, Capt. Thomas, death (1698), 

14. 19. 
Howard's Tavern, Easton, 10. 47. 
Howe. See also How. 

Howe, (1787), 16. 336. 

Howe, Abner, of Brookfield, 7. 385. 
Howe, Abraham, of Marlborough, 4. 

300. 
Howe, Archibald M., gift to M.H.S., 

8. 291. 
Howe, Appleton, Commencement part 

(1815) and biog. note, 5. 180, 180 n. 
Howe, Col. Cyprian, innkeeper at 

Marlborough, 6. 89. 
Howe, Edward Compton, purchases 

confiscated Boston estate, 10. 174. 
Howe, Ephraim, wrecked (1676), 7. 

168, 13. 405. 
Howe, Dr. (?) Estes, at siege of Bos- 
ton, 9. 49. 
Howe, Dr. Estes [H. C. 1832], on abode 

of John Hull and Saml. Sewall, 1. 

312-326. 
Howe, George, subscription to Boston 

dinner (1830), 6. 342. 



216 



HOWE-HUBBARD 



Howe, Ichabod, of Brookfield, 7. 385, 
387. 

Howe, Isaac, of Marlborough, 4. 300. 

Howe, James B., at class reunion 
(1844), 5. 242. 

Howe, Jedidiah, of Brookfield, 7. 398. 

Howe, Joseph, memorial meeting, 12. 
8. 

Howe, Lucy, of Brookfield, 7. 398. 

Howe, Mark Antony De Wolfe, 
elected a member M.H.S., 20. 438. 

Howe, Col. Perley, 4. 295. 

Howe, Richard, 1st earl, Eden on, 1. 
224; Newport campaign, 3. 119. 

Howe, Sir William, at Halifax, 2. 301 ; 
displaced, 3. 15; in Philadelphia, 
110-113; arrives at Boston, 10. 93; 
Bunker Hill, 17. 303; and move- 
ment for armistice (1777), 20. 61. 
See also American Revolution. 

Howe, William E., in Europe, 20. 189. 

Howell, David, boundary commis- 
sioner (1796), 3. 350, 361, 379. 

Howell, James, on relig. freedom in 
Amsterdam, 6. 42. 

Howell, John, witnesses affidavit 
(1664), 5. 306. 

Howell, Richard, witnesses deed 
(1664), 6. 305, 306. 

Howes, Captain, privateersman, prize, 
1. 21. 

Howes, Frederick, Harvard A. M. 
(1838), 5. 225. 

Howes, Samuel P., port, of Webster 
attributed to, 2. 263. 

Howland, Ensign, at siege of Boston, 

9. 81. 

Howland, Lieutenant, at siege of Bos- 
ton, 9. 73. 

Howland, Ann T. [Mrs. Winsor], 12. 
457. 

Howland. Benjamin, innkeeper at 
Tiverton, 4. 135. 

Howland, (Consider, 3. 415 w. 

Howland, Hannah [Mrs. Winslow], 3. 
414 n. 

Howland, Lieut. (?) Jabez, in King 
PhiHp's War, 13. 403. 

Howland, Joanna [Mrs. White], 3. 
387, 403 n. 

Howland, John, immigrant, alleged 
facts about, in old Bible, 10. 258- 
259. 

Howland, John, letter to Pilgrim Soc. 
(1845), 10. 400. 

Howland, Thomas, 3. 414 n. 

Howland, Thomas Southworth, inn- 
keeper at Plymouth, 3. 383, 400 n., 

10. 47; guest of Old Colony Club, 
3. 391, 406, 411, 412; club dines at 



inn of, 400, 401, 413, 433, 434; 
John Adams on, 409 n. 

Howland's Ferry, R. I., in 1801, 4. 
126. 

Howlett. See also Howlitt. 

Howlett, Susanna (Hudson) [Mrs. 
Perkins], 7. 426. 

Howley, Rev. Michael F., on Cabot's 
landfall, 11. 159. 

Howlitt, Thomas, petition (1637), 
3. 199. . 

Hoyt, Albert H., on L. R. Paige, 15. 
253. 

Hubart, Shebuel, of Pepperell, 6. 
427. 

Hubart, William, recruit (1760), 6. 
427. 

Hubbard. See also Hobart, Hubart. 

Hubbard, , of Va. (1766), 19. 110. 

Hubbard, Mrs. Anne, death (1717), 
8. 219. 

Hubbard, Barbara [Mrs. Smyth], 
exile in Amsterdam (1612), 6. 54. 

Hubbard, Bela, as preacher, 2. 7. 

Hubbard, Charles J., gift to M.H.S., 
6. 416. 

Hubbard, Daniel, vessel of, captured 
(1775), 7. 413; in Boston (1775), 9. 
55, 60; on com. on address to 
Hutchinson (1771), 10. 77; in 
Trinity Church vestry, 89. 

Hubbard, Mrs. Elizabeth, in Boston 
society, 10. 41. 

Hubbard, Lieut. Elizur, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 64, 69. 

Hubbard, John, death (1705), 14. 23. 

Hubbard, John, death (1710), 14. 27. 

Hubbard, Capt. Jonas, death in prison, 
2. 272 ; in Arnold's Quebec expedi- 
tion, 275; in assault on Quebec, 
292; wounded, 294. 

Hubbard, Jonathan, commission 
(1745), 11. 420; at Louisburg, 434, 
444, 445. 

Hubbard, Martha (Coit) [Mrs. 
Greene], 14. 68 n. 

Hubbard, Phineas, in Am. army 
(1775), 12. 84, 106; minuteman, 
104. 

Hubbard, Polly (Barrett) [Mrs. Nut- 
ting], 8. 23. 

Hubbard, Russell, at Am. camp 
(1775), 9. 59. 

Hubbard, Samuel, Harvard LL.D. 
(1842), 5. 236. 

Hubbard, Thomas, note(1717), 8. 220. 

Hubbard, Thomas, keeps a carriage 
(1768), 1. 225; and probate rec- 
ords (1752), 16. 108: subscribes to 
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 



HUBBARD-HULL 



217 



Hubbard, Thomas, and Shays's Re- 
bellion, 1. 301. 

Hubbard, Tuthill, in Boston society, 
10. 33; excursion (1772), 46; in 
Boston after evacuation, 97. 

Hubbard, William [1], relatives in 
Eng., 1. 137; petition (1637), 3. 
199. 

Hubbard, Rev. William [2], map of 
N. Eng., FACSiMS., 4. 13-21, 199- 
206, 6. 40; Narrative of the troubles, 
data as to eds., errata, extant copies, 
price, 4. 14, 17-18, 19 n., 199, 205- 
206, 9. 440-441, 10. 349-351; visit 
to Eng., 4. 18; on population of 
Groton (1676), 137; MS. General 
History of N. Eng., 300 n.; Chas. 
Deane on, 7. 71; missjng parts of 
General History recovered, 8. 480- 
481 ; Happiness of a People, 9. 438; 
Benefit of Well-Ordered Conversa- 
tion, 460; sermon on Danl. Deni- 
son, 461; attestation in Quick's 
Young Mans Claim, 528; and ad- 
vice of clergy (1685), 13. 333; con- 
servatism, 16. 515; preface to 
Mather's Cases of Conscience, 17. 40; 
Testimony to Order of Gospel, 54. 

Hubbard, Capt. William, of Norwich, 
at Am. camp (1775), 9. SS. 

Hubbard's Map of New England. 
See Hubbard {Rev. Wm.). 

Hubbardton (?) (1776), 6. 87. 

Hubbell. • /See Hobble. 

Hubby. See Hobbey, Hobble. 

Hubley, Adam, journal of Sullivan's 
expedition, 2. 438. 

Hudson, Ann (Rider), 4. 29. 

Hudson, Charles, Memoir by E. G. 
Porter, 4. 28-32; versatility^, 28; 
birth and ancestry, 28; training, 
28; minister, 29; marriages, 29; 
legislative services, 29; politics, 
29; on circumscribing slavery 
(1846), 30; offices, 30; services to 
Lexington, 31 ; Lexington, Zl; other 
local histories, 31; and town of 
Hudson, 31; appearance, 31; rem- 
iniscences and lectures, 31; and 
centenary of battle of Lexington, 
32 ; death, 32 ; societies, 32 ; memo- 
rial volume, 32 ; port. , 32 ; reprinted 
M.H.S. papers, 6. 236. 

Hudson, Charles H., Commencement 
part (1846), 5. 249. 

Hudson, Henry J., Commencement 
spread (1843), 5. 240. 

Hudson, Louisa (Williams), 4. 28. 

Hudson, Martha B. (Rider), 4. 29. 

Hudson, Stephen, 4. 28. 



Hudson, Susan, agreement as Win- 

throp's creditor, 11. 186. 
Hudson, Susanna [Mrs. Howlett, Mrs. 

Perkins], 7. 426. 
Hudson, William, Atherton Co., 2. 

151, 152. 
Hudson, Mass., origin of name, 4. 31. 
Hudson, N. Y., in 1812, 19. 368-369. 
Hudson River, plan (1755), 5. 417; 

compared with Rhine, 10. 224; 

winter travel on (1812), 19. 368- 

369. 
Hudson River Indians, at Fort 

Dummer (1724), 6. 365, 369. 
Hiibner, Baron Joseph A. von, on 

Treaty of Washington, 8. 17. 
Huestin. See Houston. 
Huger, Misses, of Georgetown, S. C. 

(1804), 2. 23. 
Huger, Benjamin, Commencement 

part (1813) and biog. ndte, 6. 178 ii. 
Huggins, , of Head of Elk (1781), 

6. 132, 135. 
Hughes, Christopher, and Rush (1823), 

15. 419. 

Hughes, James, criminal case (1789), 
19. 180. 

Hughes, John, and Franklin, 16. 200, 
202, 204, 208, 217, 224; embar- 
rassed, 204, 211, 217. 

Hughes, Archbishop John, and un- 
official mission to Europe (1861), 
1. 203, 205, 209, 16. 465. 

Hughes, Rev. Lewis, extant copy of 
Plaine and True Relation, 12. 161. 

Hughes, Samuel, in Boston society, 
10. 39. 

Huguenots, Baird's Emigration, 2. 
65; overthrow in Fla., 8. 416-468 
[see Menendez]; in Mass. (1686), 
13. 256, 265, 280. 

Huidekoper. Anna [Mrs. Clarke], 4. 
325. 

Huidekoper, Harm J., 4. 325. 

Hull ( ? Hall), Lieutenant, mortally 
wounded at Lexington, 5. 396. 

Hull, Edward, case (1653), 5. 289. 

Hull, Hannah [Mrs. Sewall], 1. 313. 

Hull, Com. Isaac, Rogers on (1815), 
4. 208 ; gift to J. Q. Adams of cane 
of wood of Constitution, 11. 198- 
199; cruise in Constitution (1812), 

16. 182. 

Hull, John, land and house in Boston, 
1. 313^16; on town committee, 
326; acquirement of Cotton Hill 
estate, 316, 13. 424; Willard's 
funeral sermon on, 9. 457; on 
arrival of Davenports (1668), 12. 
228. 



218 



HULL-HUNTER 



Hull, Judith (Quincy), 1. 313; divi- 
sion of husband's estate, 314. 

Hull, Rebecca P. [Mrs. Clarke], 4. 320. 

Hull, Robert, Boston estate, 1. 312, 
313. 

Hull, Rubin, on trade com. (1686), 13. 
249. 

Hull, Gen. William, 4. 320; Cincin- 
nati oration (1788), 16. 435; as 
Gov. of Mich., 20. 286-291, 293- 
295, 521-524. 

Hull, Mass., Maverick's account 
(1660), 1. 239; naming of, 19. 274- 
276. 

Hulton, Henry, in Boston society, 10. 
50; attack on (1773), 79; absentee 
loyalist, 164; confiscated Boston 
estate, 174. 

Humane Society of Mass., medal, 4. 
350. 

Humbert of Italy, assassination, 15. 
184, 185. 

Hume, David, and Puritans, 3. 159; 
as historian, 13. 86-88; J. Q. 
Adams on history, 16. 445; visit 
to, 19. 459. 

Hume, Martin A. S., biog. of Philip 
II., 12. 70. 

Hume-Campbell, A. See Campbell. 

Humphrey. See also Humphreys, 
Humphry, Humphrys. 

Humphrey, Anna [Mrs. Kemp], 11. 
422. 

Humphrey, Charles, and vote on 
Independence, 1. 275. 

Humphrey, Capt Elihu, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 61, 78, 83. 

Humphrey, Heman, at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1836), 5. 217, 218. 

Humphrey, James, 19. 60. 

Humphrey, Lieut. Nathaniel, at siege 
of Boston, 9. 61. 

Humphreys, David, epitaph to Alex. 
Scammell, 3. 388; and MS. of Wash- 
ington, 5. 3; at Span, court, 18; 
Thos. Day on poetry of, 17. 340. 

Humphry, John [1], farm at • Lynn, 
1.212,213,216; grant of Bahamas 
(1650), 13. 5; career, 36-40. 

Humphry, John [2], career, 13. 40-43. 

Humphry, John, killed at Quebec 
(1775), 2. 294. 

Humphrys, , of Pa. (1793), 3. 

16, 26. 

Humphrys, Joshua, Wm. Duane on, as 
officer (1801), 20. 265. 

Humphrys, William, captured at 
Quebec, 2. 295. 

''Hungry March," identity, 1. 229- 
231. 



Hunloke, John, Boston estate, 13. 

22 n. 
Hunnewell, H. HoUis, marriage, 3. 

99; and Wellesley, 100. 
Hunnewell, James Frothingham, 

elected a member M.H.S., 13. 

379; gifts to M.H.S., 456, 14. 

173, 15. 162, 16. 145, 20. 228; on 

Auditing Com. (1900-03, 07), 14. 

1, 16. 1, 17. 130, 20. 587; reports, 

14. 141, 16. 143, 17. 228; Early 

HOUSES NEAR MaSS. BaY, 286- 

296; pubhcations (1901-03), 15. 
29, 17. 214; remarks on present- 
ing view of Boston, 15. 162; Aid 
TO GLORY, 16. 181-186; on an 
EngHsh Bunker's Hill, 17. 1-3, 

18. 81-83; remarks, 17. 116, 141, 

19. 199, 20. 245; elected to Council 
M.H.S. (1903-05), 17. 233, 18. 
290, 19. 226; signs memorials on 
Constitution, 18. 121, 20. 5; re- 
marks on presenting Pelham Club 
ports., 18. 238-239; on latest and 
earliest town views, 19. 295-296; 
on Nominating Com. (1906), 20. 
87 ; report, 23 1 ; presents report 
of Council (1906), 201-208. 

Hunstock, Jonathan, death at Wy- 
oming, 3. 346. 
Hunt, Major, of (?) Braintree (1701), 

1. 155. 
Hunt, Sergeant, milit. watch (1690), 

1. 163. 
Hunt, Abigail [Mrs. Jessop], 17. 178. 
Hunt, Capt. (?) Ephraim, in Phips's 

Quebec expedition, 15. 289. 
Hunt, Rev. Jeremiah, and Colman's 

sermons, 9. 342. 
Hunt, John, subscribes to Merchants' 

Notes (1733), 17. 208. 
Hunt, Rev. John, in Boston society, 

10. 31. 
Hunt, Mrs. Mercy, of Marlborough, 

4. 300. 
Hunt, Moses, Commencement part 

(1811) and biog. note, 5. 176 n. 
Hunt, Lieut ( ?) Oliver, in army in 

Conn. (1779), 6. 125. 
Hunt, Ruth (1717), 8. 218. 
Hunt, Thomas, death of son (1703), 

14. 21. 
Hunt, Capt. Thomas, furlough (1778), 

6. 106. 
Hunt, William M., ports, of Lemuel 

Shaw and J. A. Andrew, 16. 265. 
Hunter, , of Ga., at Cape Fran- 

9ais (1793), 2. 344. 
Hunter, Sergeant Adam, escapes from 

Indians (1779), 2. 452, 463. 



HUNTER-HUSKISSON 



219 



Hunter, Joseph, reprinted M.H.S. 
paper, 6. 348; identifies place of 
Bradford's birth, 7. 52; and find- 
ing of Bradford MS., 54. 

Hunter, William, mentioned in 
Parker-Franklin corresp., 16. 193, 
194, 207, 212-214, 219, 220. 

Hunter, Brit, sloop at Quebec (1775), 
2. 285, 286. 

Hunting, , sea-captain of Charles- 
town, wrecked (1702), 14. 21. 

Hunting, Mrs. Hannah, of Charles- 
town, 7. 146. , 

Hunting, Rev. Nathanael, ordained, 
1. 154; AUTOG., 9. 529. 

Hunting, Capt. Samuel, of Charles- 
town, 7. 146; selectman, 152; shoots 
a man (1677), 169. 

Huntington, Captain, in Boston 
(1776), 10. 97. 

Huntington, Sergeant, of Conn., at 
siege of Boston, 9. 57, 59, 69, 71. 

Huntington, Caleb, appeal for aid 
of church, 4. 69. 

Huntington, Rev. Daniel, Oris wold 
controversy, 19. 198. 

Huntington, Daniel, port, of R. C. 
Winthrop, 2. 118; and S. F. B. 
Morse, 11. 284. 

Huntington, Lieut. Ebenezer, double 
graduation, 7. 356-358; at siege 
of Boston, 9. 65, 73-76, 81, 83. 

Huntington, Elisha, Washington 
Monument appeal, 2. 143. 

Huntington, Elizabeth [Mrs. Wol- 
cott], 18. 87. 

Huntington, Mrs. Faith, suicide and 
funeral, 9. 84, 86. 

Huntington, Rev. Frederick D., on 
Rev. Francis Parkman, 8. 522. 

Huntington, Jabez, career, 7. 355; 
milit. letters from sons (1775-76), 
356-360. 

Huntington, Gen. Jedidiah, in Mon- 
mouth campaign, 3. 114, 6. 108; 
brigade at Danbury (1778), 3. 123; 
career, 7. 355; letters on siege of 
Boston, 358-360; regt. at siege, 9. 
41-91. 

Huntington, Deacon (?) Jonathan, of 
Norwich, at Am. camp (1775), 9. 
73. 

Huntington, Lieut. Joshua, career, 
7. 356; letters on siege of Boston, 
356-358; at siege, 9. 43. 

Huntington, Mrs. Joshua, 3. 45. 

Huntington, Samuel, autog., 1. 250; 
Signer, 281, 3. 374; delegate to 
Cong. (1776), 373; Du Simitidre's 
port., 4. 142. 



Huntington, William, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 43. 

Huntington, L. I., Maverick on 
(1660), 1. 246. 

Huntley, Ann (Hayes), exile in Am- 
sterdam (1600), 6. 54. 

Huntley, John, exile in Amsterdam 
(1600), 6. 54. 

Huntley, Maria (Hill), exile in Am- 
sterdam (1600), 6. 54. 

Huntley, Ensign Warren, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 75, 83. 

Huntley, William, exile in Amster- 
dam (1600), 6. 54. 

Huntoon, Mrs. D. T. V., gift to 
M.H.S., 8. 197. 

Huntress, Ohio River steamer (1836), 
7. 273. 

Huntting, Teunis D., port., 8. 196. 

Hunyary. See Honyerry. 

Hurd, Francis P., Commencement 
part (1839), 5. 226; biog. note, 
226. 

Hurd, Isaac, on Rev. Francis Park- 
man, 8. 522. 

Hurd, Jacob, petition as constable 
(1686), 13. 252. 

Hurd, John, Boston estate, 1. 312, 
316, 318. 

Hurlburt, John, death at Wyoming, 
3. 346. 

Hurlbut, Rufus, Commencement 
part (1813) and biog. note, 5. 178 n. 

Hurlbut, Thomas, adventure mth 
Pequots (1636), 12. 205. 

Hurry, William, sea-captain (1688), 
7. 146. 

Hurst. See also Hirst. 

Hurst, Gertrude (Bannister), exile 
in Amsterdam (1608), 6. 49, 54. 

Hurst, Isaac, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 
182. 

Hurst, Jacob, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 
178. 

Hurst, James, exile in Amsterdam 
(1608), 6. 54. 

Hurst, Mrs. Margaret, Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 178. 

Hurst, Mary, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 
182. 

Hurst, Silvester, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 182. 

Hurst, William, on trade com. (1686), 
13. 248. 

Husbands, Azariah, grant of Ba- 
hamas (1650) 13. 5; career, 43-44. 

Huske, Ellis, postmaster at Boston, 
16. 51 n. 

Huskisson, William, on Navigation 
Laws, 19. 549. 



220 



HUSSEY-HUTCHINSON 



Hussey, Obed, boarding-house keeper 
at Nantucket, 4. 128, 130, 132. 

Hussey, Sylvanus, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Husted, Robert, Greenwich estate, 
6. 19. 

Huston, John, commission (1745), 
11. 420. 

Hustone, Caleb, in campaign of 1760, 
4.389,390. 

Hutcheson, Francis, principles, 17. 
316. 

Hutchings, Captain, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 388, 389, 392, 395. 

Hutchins, Enoch, Maine lands, 19. 
292. 

Hutchins, John, reversal of sentence 
against, 1. 92. 

Hutchins, Nathaniel, in Arnold's 
Quebec expedition, 2. 279, 283; 
in assault on Quebec, 291; cap- 
tured, 292, 295. 

Hutchins, Thomas, and map of 
Northwest Territory (1785), 14. 
167. 

Hutchinson, , of (?) Newport 

(1778), 2. 239. 

Hutchinson, , of Ireland, at 

Newburyport (1788), 16. 379, 381, 
387, 389. 

Hutchinson, , subscription to 

Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Hutchinson, Anne (Marbury), in N. 
Neth. 2. 50; descendants, 3. 207; 
history of report of trial, 4. 159- 
161; report, 161-191; sources on 
trial, 159; doctrinal charges against, 
162-163, 180; on being dealt with 
publicly, 163-164; mortality of 
soul, 164-170; resurrection of 
body and community of. women, 
170-172; question of admonish- 
ing, 172-176; admonition, 176- 
180; accused of lying, 180, 182- 
183, 187; answers to doctrinal 
charges, 181-182; answer to 
Shepard, 182; doctrine of grace, 
183-186 ; repentance doubted, 184 ; 
self-exaltation, 185, 187; question 
of excommunicating for lying, 
188-190; excommunicated, 190. 

Hutchinson, Capt. Edward, Atherton 
Co., 2. 151, 152; career, 3. 207; 
at trial of Anne Hutchinson, 4. 
173; admonished, 176; place 
w^here ambushed, 8. 280; Mather 
on death, 13. 400. 

Hutchinson, Edward [d. 1752], 
career, 3. 207 ; and North Writing 
School (1716), 4. 193; director of 



Merchants' Notes scheme (1733), 
17. 189, 196, 207. 

Hutchinson, Eliakim [d. 1717], at 
Addington's funeral, 12. 233; at 
Webb's funeral, 246; and Council's 
assumption of control (1715), 15. 
342-351. 

Hutchinson, Eliakim [H. C. 1730], 
absentee loyalist, 10. 164; confis- 
cated Boston estate, 174, 176; 
deposition on Canadian expedition 
(1747), 12. 46. 

Hutchinson, Elisha [d. 1717], and 
Port Royal expedition (1707), 1. 
159; and reception of Bellomont, 
2. 125; and Narragansett Country, 
152, 9. 469, 13. 280; ancestry, 3. 
207; at Addington's funeral, 12. 
233; at Webb's funeral, 246; 
books owned by, 401, 17. 67; and 
Mass. notes of 1690, 13. 143 ; mili- 
tia commission refused to, 250; 
and relief for Bahama refugees 
(1686), 265, 283; record of war 
com. (1690), 334; named for 
Council (1691), 14. 217; and 
Council's assumption of control 
(1715), 15. 343-351; justice of 
peace (1708), 16. 523. 

Hutchinson, Elisha [H. C. 1762], 
wife, 3. 401 n. ; and non-importa- 
tion, 10. 73; imports tea (1773), 
79; absentee loyaHst, 164; bid 
for Royall house, 16. 285. 

Hutchinson, Elizabeth [Mrs. Rob- 
bins], 3. 207. 

Hutchinson, Foster, at funeral of 
Edw. Winslow, 3. 93; in Boston 
society, 10. 32, 73; judge's salary 
question (1774), 83; absentee 
loyalist, 164; confiscated Boston 
estate, 176; judge of probate, 16. 
97 n., 112 n., 113; and probate 
records during Am. Rev., 98 n., 
113-118. 

Hutchinson, George, grant of Ba- 
hamas (1650), 13. 5; career, 44. 

Hutchinson, H., works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151; char- 
acterized, 153. 

Hutchinson, Hannah [Mrs. Ruck], 
11. 123. 

Hutchinson, John, grant of Bahamas 
(1650), 13. 5; career, 44. 

Hutchinson, John, and Gov. Hutch- 
inson's diary, letter to Everett 
(1843), 1. 164-165. 

Hutchinson, Lydia (Foster), 3. 207. 

Hutchinson, Mary (Watson), 3. 401 n. 

Hutchinson, Peter Orlando, on use 



HUTCHINSON-IBERVILLE 



221 



of Gov. Hutchinson's diary, 1. 164; 
charges refuted, 164-167; will not 
verify extracts, 167 ; house, 7. 18. 

Hutchinson, Richard, Warr in N^etv 
England visibly ended, extant copies, 
10. 352. 

Hutchinson, Thomas [1], chosen en- 
sign (1699), 2. 125; and North 
Writing school (1716), 4. 193; and 
paper money, 12. 436-441; and 
Council's assumption of control 
(1715), 15. 343-351; and Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 200. 

Hutchinson, Gov. Thomas [2], on 
character of petitioners for witch- 
craft relief, 1. 88, 106 n. ; ignorant 
of act reversing witchcraft at- 
tainders, 96; on witchcraft par- 
dons, 106; extracts from diary 
obtained and published, 164-168; 
keeps a carriage, 225; suppressed 
Milton address to, 2. 219, 8. 291; 
Diary, 3. 40; on spurious Mont- 
calm letters, 202-205; overlooks 
Mass. precedent for writs of as- 
sistance, 372; on intercolon. Coms. 
of Corresp., 4. 82; port., 109; 
charge against Saml. Adams of 
defalcation, 141; on relic of New 
York statue of George III., 296; 
hist, method, 5. 265; on sexual 
morality in N. Eng., 6. 497; de- 
pository of MSS., 7. 18; materials 
for last vol. of history, 19; Chas. 
Deane on, 69; on press censor- 
ship in Mass., 8. 272 n., 273 n.; 
draft of address to General Court 
(1773), 291; importance of diary, 
479; Watts on, in London (1741), 
9. 337, 382, 386, 393, 396; in 
Boston society, 10. 32, 33, 72, 73; 
Milton estate, 40; boundary com- 
mission (1767), 63; (1773), 79; 
and enforcement of non-importa- 
tion, 73; and Boston Massacre, 
73; election vetoes (1770), 75; 
commission as Gov. published, 77; 
merchants' address to (1771), 77; 
and tea question, 80, 81; departs, 
85; absentee loyalist, 164; con- 
fiscated Mass. estate, 177, 178; 
and Whitefield, 428; and Bradford 
MS., 11. 299; search for currency 
pamphlet by, 12. 429^50; one 
erroneously attributed to, 432- 
434; style, 434; and currency 
subscription schemes, 439-441; 
currency plan (1739), 441; anal- 
ysis and identification of pam- 
phlet of 1736, 441-450; text 



of pamphlet, 450-456; address to 
(1774), 14. 48w.-50n.; and John 
Cotton, 16. 78-81 ; on Wm. Cooper, 
91; as judge of probate, 107-109, 
llln.-112n.; letter to Wm. Bol- 
lan (1765) on resistance of Stamp 
Act, llln.;, mobbed, llln.; 
Lechmere on (1774), 290; and 
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 200; 
papers seized and published (1775), 
293, 301, 18. 424; letter to Gideon 
Hawley (1773) on Robertson's 
queries, Hutchinson Letters, 242; 
letters to John Gushing (1765-69) 
on public affairs, 20. 535-537. 

Hutchinson, Thomas [3], and non- 
importation, 10. 73, 79. 

Hutchinson, William, 3. 207. 

Hutchinson Letters, Conn, desires 
copies, 4. 86 ; Temple's connection, 
11. 292; Hutchinson on, 18. 243. 

Hutton, Anna [Mrs. Philips], exile in 
Amsterdam (1613), 6. 54. 

Hutton, Cuthbert, exile in Amster- 
dam (1608), 6. 55. 

Hutton, Prudence (?Blass), exile in 
Amsterdam (1608), 6. 55. 

Huysbertsen, Thomas, exile in Am- 
sterdam, 6. 55. 

Hyde. See also Hide. 

Hyde de Neuville, Jean G., baron, 
soiree (1829), 19. 443; and Fla. 
negotiations, 20. 388-389. 

Hyde Park, Mass., attempt to annex 
part of Milton, 3. 212. 

Hyer, Miss, Washington boarding- 
house keeper (1812), 19. 381. 

Hylton, Daniel, 15. 127. 

Hymes, Edward, exile in Amsterdam 
(1604), 6. 55. 

Hymns, Jon. Edwards on singing, 10. 
429; in eccl. history, 17. 130-140; 
influence, 130-134; *' Jesus, lover 
of my soul," 131; Luther's hymn, 
131-132;^ ''Coronation," 132; 
changes in language, 133; as in- 
dicative of personal history, 134- 
135 ; reflect characteristics of 
period, 135; of liberal movement, 
136-140. See also Psalms. 

Hynshaw, , (1747), 16. 191. 

Hyslop, , (1775), 17. 300. 



I., Sh., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 61. 
Iberians, migrations, 12. 108. 
Iberville, Pierre le Moyne d', etching, 
8. 197. 



222 



IBRAHIM-INDIAN HEMP 



Ibrahim Pasha, at Acre (1832), 19. 496. 

Iceland, Cabot mappe-monde on, 6. 333. 

Iddesleigh, 1st earl of. See North- 
cote (Sir Stafford). 

Idzu, Prince of, and Perry, 2. 260. 

Illustrations, Bedford flag, 2. 166; 
surviving royal arms of colon, 
times, 4. 254-263; Dowse Library, 
11. front; Fenway Building, 13. 
front.; residence of St. John de 
Cr^vecoeur, 20. 20; John Adams's 
book-plate, 84. See also Auto- 
graphs, Fac-similes, Maps, Por- 
traits. 

lUyrians, migrations, 12. 108. 

Immigration, national influence, 4. 
369; Scotch, to Boston (1774), 10. 
52; Huguenots in Mass. (1686), 13. 
256, 265; under Confederation, 17. 
361. See also Migration, Servants. 

Immortality of soul, question in trial 
of Anne Hutchinson, 4. 164-170; 
influence of supernormal phenom- 
ena, 20. 448-450. 

Impeachment, of Pickering, 1. 225; 
of Pa. judges, 2. 12; of Chase, 18; 
disuse in Eng., 5. 163; of Johnson, 
20. 428, 433-434. 

Imperialism, as issue, 14. 261-263. 

Impressment, royal instructions on, 
in provinces, 8. 101; at Boston 
(1768), 10. 67, 71; (1779), 108; 
at Marblehead, 71. 

Inauguration Day, April 30 as proper, 
4. 305. 

Inches, Henderson, 5. 425; in Boston 
society, 10. 31, 39; on com. to 
instruct representatives (1767, '68), 
64, 68; on non-importation (1768), 
65; on Liberty affair, 67; on mer- 
chants' com. (1770), 76; on com. 
on address to Hutchinson (1771), 
77; conferences on Port Bill, 84, 85; 
on com. on memorial to Gage (1775), 
91; at Boston dinner (1776), 103. 

Independence, S. Adams and, 1. 164; 
paper on date of signing of Declara- 
tion, 272-298, 3. 373-376; J. 
Adams on date, 1. 272, 275; ques- 
tioned by later writers, 273-274; 
McKean on vote and signing, 274- 
276,291; Adams's contemp. letter 
per contra, 276; signers not present 
on July 4, 276, 3. 374-375; memo- 
randa and letter affirming date, 1. 
277-278 ; date of first printed copy 
with signatures, 279,283; date of 
Jefferson's memoranda, 279; docs, 
on proceedings, 281-285, 292: no 
existing copy of Declaration signed 



July 4, 285, 290 n. ; correctness of 
Force's Journal, 285-286; copies 
authenticated by Pres. and Sec. 
only, 286; MS. Journals on sign- 
ing, 287w.-291n.; responsibility 
for error in printed Journal, 290 n., 
292; motive of error, 291 7i., 293; 
Lee's resolutions not entered on 
Journal, 294; date of authentica- 
tion by Pres. and Sec, 295; en- 
tries in Journal as they should have 
been, 295-296; and in engrossed 
copy, 296; significance of July 2, 
296; overshadowed by July 4, 
297 n. ; — Walden's Instructions, 
335-338; engraved Centennial Me- 
morial, 2. 395; army celebrates 
anniversary (1778), 3. 117; Conn, 
instructs for, 373; signatures of 
Conn, delegates, 374-375; news of, 
in Conn., 375; Hancock's letter an- 
nouncing, 376; question of foiTual 
proclamation in Conn., 376; de- 
struction of royal memorials, 4. 
240n., 244n., 246?2.-247n., 251n., 
252-253, 293 ; publication at Marble- 
head, 244 n.; at New York, 246 n., 
247 n., 293; Dickinson and, 6. 68; 
medals commemorating Dutch rec- 
ognition, 7. 19-22; proclaimed in 
* Boston, 10. 101 ; desk on which Dec- 
laration was written, 12. 271-272; 
holiday to commemorate, 15. 510; 
anniversaries in Boston, 16. 100, 433- 
435; Declaration and Union, 157; 
Savage's engraving of Congress vot- 
ing, 19. 1-3, 14, 19, 20. 490; rumors 
of Brit, recognition, (1782), 19. 152, 
165; Dutch recognition, 155. 

Independence, Am. privateer (1776), 
12. 198. 

Independent Chronicle, and election 
of 1806, 20. 13-14. 

Independent Company of Cadets, 
formation, 1. 251 ; interest of David 
Sears, 2. 412; at centenary of 
Washington's inauguration, 4. 371; 
S. K. Lothrop as chaplain, 6. 34; 
reviewed (1776), 10. 103. 

Index commissioners of Suffolk 
County, 14. 97 n. 

Indexes, general, of Proceedings, 3. 
275, 19. 273, 20. vii ; of M.H.S. MSS., 
4. 103-105; of Pickering Papers, 6< 
187-190; vStevens Catalogue- Index, 
20. 556-559. 

India, Cabot mappe-monde on, 6. 
335; effect of Brit, rule, 17. 8. 

Indian hemp, earlv references to, 6. 
35-36. 



INDIAN RICE-INGRAHAM 



223 



Indian rice, and "wheat" of Vinland, 

6. 36. 

Indians. — See also analyzed ref- 
erences under tribes and wars by 
name. — Legends, 1. 71; attacks 
on N. Eng. (1697-1708), 150-152, 
157, 160, 14. 27-30; (1690-94) 

7. 153, 154, 157, 158, 160, 165, 167 
Narragansett War, 1. 229-231 
instiTiction by Mayhew, 243, 2. 48 , 
slaves in Bermuda, 1. 411; kid- 
napped by Waymouth, return of 
them, 2. 36-38; Brinton's Lendpi, 
64; and Atherton Co., 150; escape 
from (1779), 247; attacks near 
Crown Point (1779), 461; Clai- 
borne's trade, 3. 5; and Am. Kev., 
106, 113, 119, 17. 305, 313; Soc. 
for Propagating Gospel among, 3. 
168; locality of Lovewell's Fight, 
259; photog. of burial urn, 283; 
burn woods around Halifax, 4. 8; 
character of Nova Scotian (1782), 
9-12; conduct when drunk, 9; 
dress, 10, 11; canoes, 10; huts, 11; 
extent of conversion, 11; names, 
156, 373-374, 5. 300, 7. 455, 8. 21, 
210-212, 15. 366; Gookin's MS. 
Hist, of ^^ Eng. Indians, 4. 300 n.; 
minutes about captives from Mass. 
(1746), 5. 115; bequest for educat- 
ing (1651), 264; and N. Neth.(1651), 
6. 13 ; use of stone tomahawks, 37 ; 
Eliot's Bible and Ojibway dialect, 
259 ; description in Cabot's mappe- 
monde, 333; Fort Dummer (1724- 
29), 359-381 [see Dummer, Fort]; 
conferences at Albany (1724), 369- 
370; (1690), 9. 486; sale of liquor 
to, 6. 372, 377-378, 7. 394, 13. 252; 
alarm and scout for, in Northern 
Mass. (1748), 6. 430-432; mission- 
ary journey to Tuscaroras (1762), 
7. 389-396 ; treatment in Span.- Am. 
and Eng.-Am., 8. 38, 42, 44-47, 52; 
royal instructions on conversion, 
104; desire to convert, in Mass. 
(1632), 209; Parkman^s opinion, 
549 ; Isaac Watts on missions, 9. 335, 
349, 351, 354, 357, 363, 375, 393, 
407 ; Scotch missionary work, 345 ; 
Eliot's books in Indian language, 
416, 419, 420, 451, 462, 468, 475, 10. 
339-344, 352-354, 12. 385, 389; 
Rawson's and Danforth's books in 
Indian, 9. 519, 10. 357, 358, 17. 46; 
books concerning N. Eng. (1630- 
1700), 10. 327-360; early printed 
vocabularies, 335; tracts on early 
efforts to convert, 335-339 ; sale of 



arms to, forbidden, 12. 405; sold to 
service, 13. 250 treaty (1699), 14. 
29; Marshall on treatment (1828), 
337; war (1792), 15. 137, 139; Ga. 
and Creeks, 217 n. ; Mayhew on lan- 
guages, 16. 35; Pequot War, 484, 
486-487; cession to Conn. (1638), 
491; effect on, of white civilization, 
17. 7 ; Mather's Epistle in Indian, 63 ; 
war in West (1787), 453 455, 469; 
affairs of Southwestern (1787), 460; 
alleged confederacy, 469; Eliot on 
praying, 18. 345; expert study of. 
Ignored, 19. 107; Clark's attack 
(1780), 115; frontier expeditions 
(1782), 159, 164; Wm. Duane on 
representation, 20. 273. 

Industrie, Boston sloop (1692), 12. 
284. 

Industry, fight with French privateers 
(1800), 12. 250-252. 

Infant damnation, influence of doc- 
trine on confessions of immorality, 
6. 493. 

Ingalls, Rev. Edmund C, acknowledg- 
ment to, 6. 377. 

Ingalls, Dr. William, at Plymouth an- 
niversary (1845), 10. 395. 

Ingersoll, , of (?) Salem, in naval 

fight (1799), 9. 283. 

Ingersoll, Widow, of Westfield (1760), 

4. 388. 

Ingersoll, Captain, of the Deane, in 

Boston (1778), 10. 106. 
Ingersoll, David, addresses to Hutch- 
inson and Gage (1774), 14. 50 n., 

51 n. 
Ingersoll, Rev. George G., Harvard 

D.D. (1845), 5. 248; B K poem 

(1841), 9. 133. 
Ingersoll, Jared, and Wm. Duane, 20. 

266. 
Ingersoll, Col. Joseph, in campaign 

of 1760, 4. 393, 394, 396, 405, 409, 

5. 356, 374; tavern in Boston, 10. 
38. 

Ingersoll, Capt. (?) Peter, at siege of 

Boston, 9. 79. 
Ingerston, Captain, in Phips's Quebec 

expedition, 15. 306, 311. 
Inglis, Rev. Charles, made Bishop of 

N. S., 3. 76; on removal of royal 

arms, 4. 246 n. 
Inglis, Rev. James, 19. 375; biog. 

note, 376 n. ; as preacher, 378, 380, 

381. 
Ingraham, Daniel G., private school, 

10. 210. 
Ingraham, Darius H., at Cabot cele- 
bration, 12. 7, 



224 



INGRAHAM-IRVINE 



Ingraham, Joseph, voyage in Colum- 
bia {nSl), 7. 418 n. 

Ingraham, Robert C, gift to M.H.S., 
4. 350. 

Inheritance, Winthrop vs, Lechmere, 
8. 126. 

Inman, Elijah, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Inman, Elizabeth (Murray | Campbell | 
Smith), courtship and marriage, 10. 
40. 

Inman, George, and John Rowe, 10. 
19, 20; in Boston society, 36, 90, 
91, 93; Commencement spread, 43; 
in New York (1776-78), 104, 105. 

Inman, John, in Boston (1775), 10. 
92; leaves (1776), 95. 

Inman, Ralph, port., 10. 19 w. ; in 
Boston society, 32, 33, 35, 70, 73, 
77; courtship of Mrs. Smith, 40; 
Cambridge estate and hospitality, 
41-44; in Boston during siege, 
91, 93; after evacuation, 97, 99, 
106; at Boston dinner (1776), 103. 

Inman, Sarah, and John Rowe, 10. 
19, 76; death, 19 n. 

Inman, Susanna [Mrs. Linzee] 10. 
19-21. 

Innes, Col. James, in Va. campaign 
(1781), 19. 130. 

Innes, Lieut. Thomas, Grape Island 
affair (1775), 10. 92. 

Inns. See Taverns. 

Inoculation for small-pox, 2. 296, 
13. 389-392, 19. 426. 

Insane, Boston hospital (1765), 14. 
44 n. 

Inscriptions. See Runic. 

Institutional history, dangers in 
search for unity, 6. 266-269, 7. 
176, 250; Roman origin of Eng. 
institutions, 5. 278; continuity, 7. 
243-245. See also Slavery, Towns, 
and other institutions by name. 

Insurance, first in Boston, 16. 45, 
46 n. ; expectation of life of Har- 
vard graduates (1785), 17. 330- 
334; plan of Mass. Congregation- 
alists (1786), 346-347. 

Insurrections, slave. See Santo Do- 
mingo. 

Interludes, forbidden by Book of 
Spoils, 19. 91. 

Internal improvements, James River 
Canal, 2. 19, 20, 17, 490. 492-494 ; 
Santee Canal, 2. 29 ; in Ohio River 
(1836), 7. 287; Washington on 
Potomac navigation (1772), 12. 
156; Jackson's veto (1832), 14. 
350; and tariff controversy (1832), 



19. 508-514; J. Q. Adams's advo- 
cacy, 515. See also Roads. 

International Congress of Historical 
Sciences, meeting (1903), 17. 245- 
247. 

International law. Convention of 
Paris (1856), 1. 25-26; capture of 

Erivate property at sea, 26-27; 
riefs of Brit, prize cases (1736-58), 
6. 85-101 ; national law and treaty 
obligations, 7. 121. See also 
Neutral trade. Privateering. 

Introduction to Hist, of Ain., supposed 
author, 4. 60. 

Ipswich, Mass., Maverick's account 
(1660), 1. 235; in 1650, 2. 47; 
petition on John Winthrop, Jr. 
(1637), 3. 197-200; royal arms in, 
4. 239; Winthrop Papers concern- 
ing (1637-84), 5. 304-305; loyal 
petition (1666), 6. 471, 475; and 
Harvard Hall (1677), 9. 101; pre- 
Rev. tavern, 10. 47; non-observ- 
ance of fast (1686), 13. 259; port of 
entry (1686), 264; pastor ordained 
(1703), 14. 33; Whipple house, 
293. See also Agawam. 

Ipswich, Brit, war-ship (1751), 5. 97. 

Ipswich Historical Society, 11. 1. 

Iredell, James, port., 4. 109; on 
divided sovereignty, 17. 106 n. 

Ireland, Mrs. Grace (1692), 7. 164. 

Ireland, John, sea-captain (1692), 7. 
164. 

Ireland, William, Revere estate, 7. 
138. 

Ireland, conditions (1655, '60), 3. 
194, 196; Am. relief for (1847), 6. 
199; Eng. cruelty, 8. 43 n.; Shel- 
boume on conditions (1775), 17. 
302. 

Irish servants in Conn. (1655), 4. 275. 

Iron, works at Lynn, 1. 236, 2. 47; 
site of original Braintree works, 8. 
12 n. ; manufacture there (1644-47), 
13-17. 

Iroquois Indians, Van Schaick's 
Onondaga expedition, 2. 456; 
houses, 466, 467; tombs, 467; 
missionary visit to Tuscaroras 
(1762), 7. 391-395; and encroach- 
ment of settlers (1762), 395. See 
also Brant (Joseph), Indians, Sul- 
livan's expedition, and tribes by 
name. 

Irujo. • See Yrujo. 

Irvme, Callender, 20. 307 ; and com- 
missary-generalship (1812), 352. 

Irvine, William, captured' (1777), 3. 
110. 



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225 



Irving. See also Ervine, Erving, 
Erwin, Irvine. 

Irving, Washington, ports., 1. 33, 
10. 570; Columbus, 2. 160; M.H.S. 
tributes to, 429 ; and alleged Sharp- 
less ports., 3, 183; Aspinwall's 
services to, 7. 35; autog. page of 
Columbus, 10, 472; at opening of 
Parliament (1831), 19. 478. 

Irwin, Theodore, copy of Eliot's Bible 
owned by, 10. 342. 

Isaac, Tuscarora Indian (1762), 7. 394. 

Isle-aux-Noix, capture (1760), 4. 
397-399, 6. 368-374; fortifications 
demolished, 387; Am. army at 
(1776), 10. 498. 

Isle of Pines, unlicensed printing of, 
in Mass., 11. 247-249. 

Isle of Shoals, Maverick's account 
(1660), 1. 234; not port of entry 
(1686), 13. 252. 

Isle of Wight, governorship in 1695, 
2. 172; Cutts and the corporations, 
177, 182-185, 190; associations 
(1695), 179; dragoons for, 180; par- 
liamentary elections, 181; Cutts 's 
plan to control, 186; to celebrate 
return of William III., 187-188. 

Israelites. See Jews. 

Isthmian transit, Benj. Vaughan on 
(1782), 17. 412; Wm. Duane on 
canal (1826), 20. 386. 

Italian Revolution (1848), age of 
polit. leaders, 11. 231. 

Italians, migrations, 12. 108, 109. 

Italy, travel in (1830), 19. 452, 456. 

Itch, case, 1. 121. 

Ivers, James, characterized, 12. 140. 

Ivers, Thomas, and Molasses Act, 10, 
60-61. 

Ives & Co., D. P., statue of Webster 
owned by, 2. 264. 

Izard, Elizabeth C. (Farley | Bannister 
IShippen), dream, 2. 13. 

Izard, Gen. George, campaign (1814), 
20. 372. 

Izard, Ralph, 17. 425, 485; and 
Franklin, 19. 118. 



J., W., Remembrance of Former Times, 

9. 512. 
Jablonski, Paul E., Pantheon Egyp- 

tiorum, 3. 22. 
Jackson, , of Tyringham (1760), 

4. 389. 
Jackson, Abraham, Commencement 

part (1841), 5. 233. 



Jackson, Amelia L. [Mrs. Holmes], 
11. 51. 

Jackson, Andrew, J. Q. Adams on 
Fla. expedition, 6. 25; Whig on 
(1832), 467; annual message (1836), 
7.283,286; Archer's opinion, 290; 
anecdote, 10. 454-455; strate- 
gical situation at New Orleans, 13. 
416-422; Marshall on disruption 
of Cabinet, 14. 343; attitude of 
Va. (1831-34), 344, 350, 352, 359; 
Marshall on Nullification Proclama- 
tion, 352 ; letter to A. J. Crawford 
(1833), 370-372; Webster on bank 
veto and Nullification Proclama- 
tion, 408-409; Kent on (1834), 
418; Everett on, and Nullification, 
18. 107; papers, 337, 461-464; 
Mrs. Kirkland's opinion, 19. 485; 
LL.D. from Harvard, 20. 490- 
512; Med. Fac. degree, 503 w.; 
*' Jackson Copper," 503 n. 

Jackson, Anna P.; gift to M.H.S., 20. 
590. 

Jackson, Benjamin, Naval Officer 
(1692), 12. 284. 

Jackson, Charles, Commencement 
part (1788), 16. 439. 

Jackson, Charles [H. C. 1793], 
autog., 1. 365; at Harvard Com- 
mencements (1814-31), 5. 179. 185, 
187, 190, 195, 204, 206; as judge, 
476 ; and change m0BK constitu- 
tion, 15. 205 n. 

Jackson, Charles L., gift to M.H.S., 
20. 590. 

Jackson, Copt. Ephraim, in campaign 
of 1760, 4. 393. 5. 357. 

Jackson, Ernest, gift to M.H.S., 20. 
590. 

Jackson, Francis J., J. Q. Adams on, 
10. 380: Jefferson on, 12. 270; Wm. 
Duane on proper reception, 20. 
322, 323. 

Jackson, Hannah (Mrs. Lowell), 18. 
313. 

Jackson, Hannah (Tracy), biog. note, 
16. 368 n.] J, Q. Adams on, 370; 
mentioned in Adams's diary, 383. 

Jackson, Henry, family captured by 
Indians (c. 1690), 4. 300. ^ 

Jackson, Col. Henry, regt. in Phila- 
delphia campaign, 6. 107 ; at Provi- 
dence (1777-78), 117, 119, 121; at 
Boston dinner (1776) , 10. 103 ; com- 
mands Independent Company, 103. 

Jackson, John, death at siege of 
Boston, 7. 408. 

Jackson, John G., and Mich., 20. 
290, 293, 325. 



15 



226 



JACKSON- JAMESTOWN 



Jackson, Jonathan, subscribes to 
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Jackson, Jonathan [H. C. 1761], N. C. 
lands, 8. 181, 182; biog. notes, 16. 
368 n., 17. 327 n., mentioned in J. 
Q. Adams's diary (1788-89), 16. 
368, 375, 421, 424, 453; and recep- 
tion of Washington (1789), 463; 
letter to Rich. Price (1785) on Am. 
affairs, supplies for Eng, fleet, 17. 
327; and Madam Schuyler, 18. 310. 

Jackson, Joseph, in Boston society, 
10. 39; and Liberty affair, 67. 

Jackson, Rev, Joseph [H. C. 1753], 
ministry at Brookline, 19. 427. 

Jackson, Mary [Mrs. Lee], 19. 230. 

Jackson, Mary [Mrs. Russell], 14. 155. 

Jackson, Patrick T. [1], subscription 
to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 341; 
cotton manufacture, 9. 541. 

Jackson, Patrick T. [2], papers pre- 
sented, 20. 590. 

Jackson, Patrick T. [3], gift to M.H.S., 
20. 590. 

Jackson, Robert, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 55. 

Jackson, Samuel, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 439. 

Jackson, Samuel, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Jackson, Thomas, presents Com. of 
Corresp.'s request to Old Colony 
Club, 3. 440; and formation of 
Com. of Corresp., 440 n. 

Jackson, Gen. Thomas J., Valley cam- 
paign, 10. 440. 

Jackson, William, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 178. 

Jackson, William, and non-importa- 
tion, 10. 73; captured (1776), 98, 
99; absentee loyalist, 164; state- 
ment (1776), 16. 20. 

Jackson, Major William, Wm. Duane 
on, 20. 271-273, 384. 

Jacob, Captain, Tuscarora Indian 
(1762), 7. 394, 395.^ 

Jacob, John, trouble in Va. (1651), 
3. 6-7. 

Jacob, John, Nantucket Indian, cap- 
tured (1746), 5. 115. 

Jacob, Richard, of Ipswich, petition 
(1637), 3. 199. 

Jacob, Richard, of Va. (1654), 3. 7. 

Jacobin Societies. See Republican. 

Jacobs, Bela F., Master's oration 
(1842), 5. 236. 

Jacobs, John, receiver of duties 
(1686), 13. 235, 236. 

Jacobs, Ralph, exile in Amsterdam 
(1593), 6. 64. 



Jacobson, Captain, as fisherman, 10» 

49, 50. 
Jacobson, Nicholas, prize case (1748), 

5.89. 
Jacoby, A., on Samoyeds, 17. 6. 
Jadeite relics from Central America, 

2. 170-171. 

Jaffa, in 1832, 19. 496, 498. 

Jamaica, report of French expedi- 
tion (1778), 3. 121; earthquake 
(1692), 7. 163, 164; fees of Sec. 
(1687), 12. 237; strategic impor- 
tance (1807), 20. 302. 

Jamaica, L. I., and Conn. (1663), 5. 
291. 

Jamaica, Brit, war-ship (1766), 10. 45. 

James I. of England, and Puritans, 

3. 156-158; Book of Sports, 19. 
86-95. 

James II. of England, port, in Boston, 

4. 241, 241n.-242n.; proclaimed 
in Boston, 12. 223; address of 
Dudley's Council to, 13. 238-239. 
See also York (James). 

James, sachem, deed to Winthrop 

(1653), 5. 289. 
James, Eleazer, biog. note, 16. 305 n. 
James, Frances B. [Mrs. Troup], 5. 

391. 
James, Mrs. Isabella, and samplers 

of Hutchinson family, 1. 298. 
James, John W., on com. on Boston 

bicentenary, 2. 220. 
James, Rev. Thomas, at East 

Hampton, 2. 49 ; letter to Winthrop 

(1673), 5. 293. 
James Adger, U. S. war-ship, on 

Brit, coast (1861), 18. 139-140. 
James City, Va , name as royal 

memorial, 4. 250. 
James, Fort, N. Y., name as royal 

memorial, 4. 247. 
James River, canal in 1804, 2. .19, 20; 

survey and canal (1787), 17. 490, 

492-494. 
Jameson. See also Jemerson. 
Jameson, Lieut. Col. David, and 

Arnold's treason, 7. 452. 
Jameson, John Franklin, elected a 

corresp. member M.H.S., 12. 259; 

accepts, 293; on Calhoun Papers, 

349-351; on J. N. Brown, 14. 281- 

284. 
Jameson, William, tract accredited 

to, 9. 512. 
Jamestown, R. I., name as royal 

memorial, 4. 245. 
Jamestown, Va., name as royal 

memorial, 4. 250; fight at (1781), 

6. 144; condition of site, 14. 175. 



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227 



Jamestown, U. S. war-sloop, voyage 
to Ireland (1847), 6. 199. 

Janes, Jonathan, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366. 

Janeway, Rev. James, Token a Eng- 
land, 9. 490, 17. 38; elegy on, 38. 

Jannison, William, petition as con- 
stable (1686), 13. 269. 

Japan, Perry's expedition, 2. 259-261 ; 
soldiers (1853), 261; Cabot mappe- 
monde on, 6. 339. 

Jaques, David R., Commencement 
part (1842), 5. 235. 

Jaques, Robert, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 55. 

Jaques, Sarah (Parish), exile in Am- 
sterdam, 6. 55. 

Jai:^uith's Mill, N. H. (1776), 12. 90. 

Jans, , sea-captain (1694), 7. 

166. 

Jarvis, Dr. Charles, and J. Q. Adams 
(1792), 4. 63; and Boston police 
reform, 63; characterized, 12. 141. 

Jarvis, E. B. See Jervis (Thos. B.). 

Jarvis, Capt. Elias, in Phips's Quebec 
expedition, 15. 307. 

Jarvis, John W , port, of Washington 
Irving, 1. 33. 

Jarvis, Leonard, purchases confis- 
cated Boston estate, 10. 184. 

Jarvns, Leonard [H. C. 1800]; poem, 
5. 106-107. 

Jarvis, Leopold, N. ۥ lands, 8. 181 ; 
non-consumption agreement (1786), 
497. 

Jarvis, Robert, absentee loyalist, 10. 
164. 

Jarvis, Samuel Gardner, purchases 
confiscated Roxbury estate, 10. 172. 

Javanese^ decline, 17. 5. 

Jay, John, and Northeastern boun- 
dary, 3. 89; deposition on St. Croix 
River boundary, 358; as Minister 
to Spain, 5. 18; Vaughan on, in 
peace negotiations, 17. 410, 418, 
424, 434; and ministry to Eng. 
(1782), 429; Federalist, 493, 500; 
and Temple riot, 507; Edm. 
Pendleton on Span, negotiations 
(1781), 19. 142. See also Jay 
Treatv. 

Jay, Joseph, will (1716), 8. 214. 

Jay Treaty, Conn. Republican on, 3. 
46; Va. Republican on negotia- 
tions, 15. 145-146; on approval 
of, 147-149; instruction of Senators 
on, 150; action of Va. legislature, 
151; in House, 152, 154-156. 

Jebb, Sir Richard, at Congress of 
Hist. Sciences (1903), 17. 246. 



Jefferds (Jefford), Capt. Simon, in 
campaign of 1760, 4. 393. 

Jefferson, Joseph, as Acres, 19. 234. 

Jefferson, Thomas [Letters follow], 
on Wirt's Patrick Henry, 1. 202, 
7. 126; on impeachment of Pick- 
ering, 1. 225; on date of signing 
of Declaration, 273, 277-278, 280; 
memoranda on signing considered, 
279; Signer, 282; letter to S. Hale, 

3. 275; miniature of Cromwell 
owned by, 282; Ordinance of 1784, 

4. 60; on Va. Com. of Corresp., 
82; and Louisiana Purchase, 5. 
17 n., 18. 49, 51, 19. 542-549; 
Coleridge's marginalia on writings 
of, 5. 315; and Dupre's Diplomatic 
Medal, 350; and authorship of 
Declaration of Causes (1775), 6. 
70; J. Adams's inquiry concerning 
(1818), 13. 311; Marshall on (1821), 
14. 328, 354; and moderate Re- 
publicans (1793), 15. 118-119; in- 
fluence over Madisor, 120; and 
Hamilton's financial reports, 122 n. ; 
candidacy (1796), 153, 156-159; 
and Adams (1797), 160; and Levi 
Lincoln, 231-233; on legislative 
power, 16. 241; J. Q. Adams on 
Notes, 308; as phrase-maker, 18. 
51; and navy, 122; Savage's port., 

19. 9, 18; rumored intention to 
resign (1780), 119; acquitted of 
censure (1781), 144; Washington's 
final opinion, 384 ; and Crevecoeur, 

20. 58; and Wm. Duane, 257-259; 
Duane on, as Pres., 275. See also 
Jefferson Papers. 

Letters: from Abigail Adams 
(1816), 12. 272; — to John 
Barnes (1818) health, 13. 312; —to 
Jas. Breckenridge (1819) Univ. of 
Va., 14. 395; — from Ed. Carring- 
ton (1787-88) Fed. Conven., 17. 
457, 462; reception of Constitu- 
tion, criticism of it, N. W. Ter., 
480; ratification convens., foreign 
debt, 496-501; — to Stephen 
Cathalan (1816) Napoleon, 12. 
268; — to Mrs. Coolidge (1825) 
desk on which Declaration was 
written, 271-272; — from J. B. 
Cutting (1788) Brit, whale-fisheries 
bill, 17. 501 ; ratification in N. C. 
and Md., declaring acts void, 
Federalist, Brit, slave-trade bill, 
502; Va. Conven., 508; — from 
A. Donald (1787) tobacco trade, 
N. Eng. disturbances, 445; Va. 
and Constitution, Washington, Va. 



228 



JEFFERSON- JENKS 



Assembly, 488; — from Wm. 
Duane, 20. 260-387 [see Duane]; 
— to J. W. Eppes (1804) relations 
with Adams, 12. 269; farming, 
270; (1809) F. J. Jackson, 270; 
(1811) Federalists, 270; (1821) 
metaphysics, 271; — from Chris. 
Gadsden (1787) Constitution and 
trade, French trade, 17. 485; — 
from Wm. Hay (1787) financial 
distress, 458; — from Monroe 
(1823) Span. Am. and Holy Al- 
liance, 15. 375, 409-412; — to 
Gibson Patrick (1817) business, 
6. 174; —to Wm. Pinkney (1810) 
embargo, 12. 268; — to Rich. 
Price (1785, '89), 17. 225, 372 
[see Price]; — to Mrs. Randolph 
(1797-80) polit. strife and home 
life, 12. 269; — to Benj. Rush 
(1803) relig. opinions, 267; — to 
Wm. Tudor (1823) Franklin and 
Am. Rev., 269. 

Jefferson Papers, presented, contents, 
12. 264-266; extracts from, 267- 
273; thanks for, 273; disposition, 
293; com. to pub., 13. 142; fund 
for pub., 14. 130; pub., 296; cost 
of pub., 15. 40. 

Jeffery, Isaac, Indian preacher, 10. 
51. 

Jefford. See Jefferds. 

Jeffrey. See also Jefferds, Jeffery, 
Jeffries, Jeffry, Jeffrys. 

Jeffi-ey, Francis, Lord, social circle, 
19. 469; and pari, reform, 471. 

Jeffrey, Patrick, Boston estate, 1. 
324. 

Jeffries, John, absentee loyalist, 10. 
164. 

Jeffry, servant of Fitz- John Winthrop, 
4. 285. 

Jeffrys, George, in N. H. Council, 8. 
93; and diabolical performances 
(1686), 14. 170. 

Jellison, Ann (Anson | Salisbury), ex- 
ile in Amsterdam (1613), 6. 55, 60. 

Jellison, Magdalena (Jones), exile in 
Amsterdam (1606), 6. 55. 

Jellison. Robert, exile in Amsterdam 
(1606), 6. 55. 

Jellison, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam 
(1613), 6. 55. 

Jemerson, John, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Jendonisk, Indian, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 367. 

Jenkins. See also Jinkins. 

Jenkins, , innkeeper at Southing- 
ton (1779), 6. 129. 



Jenkins, , sea-captain (1779), 10. 

108. 
Jenkins, David, minuteman, 12. 104; 

in Am. army (1775), 106. 
Jenkins, Fanny [Mrs. Farris], 16. 

368 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's 

diary, 387, 422 : Adams on, 393. 
Jenkins, Mrs. Jane [Mrs. Galy], 

exile in Amsterdam (1611), 6. 52, 55. 
Jenkins, Joel, minuteman, 12. 104; 

in Am. army (1775), 106. 
Jenkins, Lieut. John, journal of Sulli- 
van's expedition, 2. 441; state- 
ment on Wyoming Massacre, 3. 

344; reports list of those killed, 

346. 
Jenkins, John F., Commencement 

part (1818), 5. 183; biog. note, 

183 n. 
Jenkins, Jonathan, minuteman, 12. 

104; in Am. army (1775), 107. 
Jenkins, Lewis, 16. 380; biog. note, 

380 n. 
Jenkins, Nancy, mentioned in J. Q. 

Adams's diary, 16. 381, 382; 

Adams on, 393; illness, 415. 
Jenkins, Obadiah [1], minuteman, 

12. 104; in Am. army (1775), 106. 
Jenkins, Obadiah [2], minuteman, 

12. 104. 
Jenkins, Peter, absentee loyalist, 10. 

164. 
Jenkins, Rebecca (Hooper), 16. 380 n. 
Jenkins, Robert [d. 1773], case over 

will, 16. 115 n. 
Jenkins, Robert, purchases confis- 
cated Boston estate, 10. 168. 
Jenkins, Sally [Mrs. Prout], J. Q. 

Adams on (1788), 16. 365; biog. 

note, 379 n. ; mentioned in Adams's 

diary, 389, 427. 
Jenkins, Steuben, and journal of J. 

Jenkins, 2. 441. 
Jenkinson, Charles. See Hawkesbury. 
Jenks, Charles W., gift to M.H.S., 

9. 28. 

Jenks, Henry Fitch [Communications 
follow], gifts to M.H.S., 2. 261, 3. 
97, 5. 451, 10. 126; and McKendry's 
journal, 2. 478 n. ; list of publica- 
tions (1886-1901), 3. 280, 9. 23, 

10. 555, 15. 29; on Nominating 
Com. (1888, '94), 4. 77, 8. 504; re- 
ports, 4. 118, 9. 39; on Library 
Com. (1889), 4. 309; reports, 359, 
382, 5. 285 ; on com. to pub. Trum- 
bull Papers, 4. 343, 15. 25; remarks, 
6. 423, 9. 158, 12. 292, 13. 456, 14. 
103, 16. 250, 17. 75, 141; reprinted 
M.H.S. paper, 6. 236; elected to 



JENKS-JESSOP 



229 



M.H.S. Council (1891-93), 420, 
7. 383, 8. 201; on com. to pub. 
Belcher Papers, 52; presents re- 
port of Council (1894), 9. 18; moves 
vote of thanks, 10. 573; elected 
Cabinet-keeper (1898-1903), 12. 
190, 13. 80, 14. 146, 15. 51, 16. 148, 
17. 233 ; reports (1899-1903), 13. 79, 
14. 143, 15. 44, 16. 145, 17. 229; 
presents communication of another 
member, 16. 532; memoir of J. T. 
Hassam assigned to, 17. 245 ; signs 
memorial on Constitution, 18. 121; 
retirement from office of Cabinet- 
keeper, 271. 

Communications : on Bedford 
flag, 2. 165-167; on S. K. Lothrop, 
3. 62; on destruction of Suffolk 
Conven. house, 4. 238; diary of 
Saml. Jenks, 5. 352-391; bill of 
sale of slave, 6. 250; letters of 
Isaac Watts, 9. 331-334; letter of 
Lucy Downing, 10. 186-188; letters 
of Geo. Whitefield and Jon. Ed- 
wards, 299-302, 427-429; on Bos- 
ton mechanics (1814), 14. 149- 
153; letters on X Y Z mission, 15. 
88-92; Memoir of L. R. Paige, 
240-254; on school boys and 
Gage, 320; on J. T. Hassam, 17. 
238-241. 
Jenks, Mrs. Martha W., gift to M.H.S., 

3.8. 
Jenks, Capt Samuel, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 391, 394; career, 5. 352- 
353; journal of campaign of 1760, 
353-396; at Fort Miller, 353-354; 
march to Crown Point, 354-355; 
at Crown Point, 355-367; trouble 
with counterfeit orders, 360-361; 
advance and attack on Isle-aux- 
N o i X , 367-373 ; advance to 
Montreal, 373-378; ill, 377-379; 
return to Crown Point, 378-390; 
march home, 390. 
Jenks, William, as member M.H.S., 
6. 5; Harvard D.D, (1842), 236: 
reprinted M.H.S. paper, 6. 349; 
memoir of Abiel Holmes, 7. 123; 
of T. L. Winthrop, 125; Librarian 
M.H.S., 8. 343: 0BK ^o^m (1803), 
9. 110; biog. note, 110 /i.; Vice- 
Pres. oi0BK, 111 ; on John Coles's 
heraldic painting, 14. 432-433; at 
bicentenary of N. Eng. Confed., 
19. 361. 
Jenner, Robert, briefs in prize cases 

(1748-52), 5. 90, 93, 94, 99. 
Jenner, (?) Thomas, sea-captain 
(1686), 13. 240. 



Jenner, Thomas, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 207- 
Jennings, Elizabeth (Pettinger), Pil- 
grim at Levden, 17. 178. 
Jennings, John, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 178. 
Jennings, Lewis J., on maps of North- 
eastern boundary, 3. 362. 
Jennings, Rose (Lisle), Pilgrim at 

Leaden, 17. 178. 
Jennings, William, of Eng. (1655), 1. 

136. 
Jennison, James, Commencement part 
(1847) and biog. note, 5. 253, 253 n. 
Jennison, John M., works on Boston 

defences (1814), 14. 152. 
Jennison, Nathaniel, trial; 1. 41 n. 
Jennison, Timothy biog. note, 16. 

305 n. 
Jenny, John, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 

174. 
Jenny, Samuel, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 182. 
Jenny, Sarah, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 182. 
Jenny, Sarah (Carey), Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 174. 
Jepson, Abigail, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 182. 
Jepson, Henry, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 174. 
Jepson, Jane (Powell), Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 174. 
Jepson, Martha, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 182. 
Jepson, Rosamond (?Korsfield), exile 
m Amsterdam (1609), 6. 55] Pil- 
grim at TiCyden, 17. 174. 
Jepson, William, exile in Amsterdam 
(1609), 6. 55, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 174. 
Jericho, N. Y. (1814), 6. 259. 
Jeromus, Aser, death at Wyoming, 

3. 346. 
Jerrett, Fitz, in SuUivan^s expedition, 

2. 464. 
Jersey, Edward Villiers, 1st earl of. 

office (1700), 3. 201. 
Jersey Hulks, prisons, 1. 48. 
Jerusalem, in 1832, 19. 497. 
Jervais, Colonel, of (?) S. C. (1782), 

19. 151. 
Jervis, Thomas Beat, elected to 
M.H.S. as E. B. Jarvis, 1. 228-229, 
12. 192; death announced, 191. 
Jesson, Jacob, Boston estate, 1. 319. 
Jessop, Abigail (Hunt), Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 178. 
Jessop, Edmond, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 178. 



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JESSOP-JOHNSON 



Jessop, Ellen (Underwood), Pilgrim 

at Leyden, 17. 178. 
Jessop, Frances (White), Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 182. 
Jessop, Francis, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 182. 
Jessop, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 55. 
Jesuits, Argall's raid at Mt. Desert 

Island, 1. 188-192. 
Jesup, Gen. Thomas S., court-martial 

for Fla. War (1836), 7. 265. 
Jewet, Nehemiah, on witchcraft in- 
demnity, 1. 81, 115. 
Jewett, Benjamin, death in Am. army 

(1776), 12. 102. 
Jewett, Betsey [Mrs. Holden], 4. 

385. 
Jewett, Isaac A., Commencement 

part (1830) and biog. note, 6. 202, 

202 n. 
Jewett, Capt. Joseph, at siege of 

Boston, 9. 44, 48, 54-57, 62, 64, 66, 

70-78, 84, 85, 88-90. ^ 
Jews, Sewall on conversion, 2. 41-43; 

hist, importance, 13. 94; New York 

synagogue (1812), 19. 370. 
Jinkins, Howell, of Ala., 20. 517. 

Joan, , vocalist (1770), 10. 28. 

Joanes, Christopher, witnesses Mul- 

lins's will, 5. 35. 
Joanna, seized (1686), 13. 276. 
Job, Jo, Indian, captured (1746), 5. 

115. 
Job, Mordecai, Indian, captured 

(1746), 5. 115. 
Jocelyn. See also Joslin. 
Jocelyn, Henry, memorial on R. I. 

boundary (1731), 19. 25, 28, 33. 
Jodrell, Paul, brief in prize case 

(1749), 5. 93. 
Jogues, Isaac, his name for Lake 

George, 4. 247 n. 
John, sagamore, death, 1. 369. 
John Adams, launching, 19. 377. 
John and Thomas, in Phips's Quebec 

expedition, 15. 306. 
John Carter Brown Library, Agnese's 

atlases in, 11. 372, 380, 383-385; 

importance, 12. 381-382; early 

Am. imprints in, 383-394, 421, 17. 

66-67, 75 ; early Mexican imprints 

in, 12, 395-400; trust, 14. 283. 
John Langdon Sibley Fund, origin, 

2. 168-170; becomes available, 

16. 20-23, 127; history, 18. 276, 

19. 211, 20. 214; paid in, 18. 297; 

income account (1905), 19. 216: 

(1906), 20. 220; use, 19. 223, 20. 

227. 



John of Leith, captured (1777), 12. 
199. 

John Sausaman. See Sausaman. 

Johnson. See also Johnston, John- 
stone. 

Johnson, A., Indian trader (1762), 
7. 392. 

Johnson, Abigail [Mrs. Hoppin], 3. 
300. 

Johnson, Pres. Andrew, and resigna- 
tion of Motley (1867), 8. 22 ; author- 
ship of first message, 19. 395-405; 
temporary popularity, 395-397 ; 
reception of first message, 397; 
Bancroft as author of message, 
398-405; papers, 20. 427-437; 
deserted by politicians, 427; first 
impeachment project, 428; con- 
duct after defeat (1866), 429; 
sympathy for, 429; and Stanton, 
429 ; and Reconstruction Act, 430 ; 
and Grant, 431; character and 
state papers, 432; and patronage, 
433; trial, 433-434; and Seward, 
435; and Cabinet, 436; character 
of administration, 436; and Dem- 
ocratic nomination, 436; Senator, 
436. 

Johnson, Ann [Mrs. Bishop], exile in 
Amsterdam, 6. 50, 55. 

Johnson, Ann (Jones), 6. 56. 

Johnson, Arabella (Clinton), death 
(1630), 8. 472. 

Johnson, Asa, atheist, 19. 385. 

Johnson, Bradley T., on Southern 
undervaluation of North, 19. 325. 

Johnson, Cave, and petition against 
negro-seamen acts, 19. 407. 

Johnson, Dorothy, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 55. 

Johnson, Eastman, making of crayon 
of Webster, 2. 217-219, 264. 

Johnson, Ebenezer, letter (1706), 5. 
302. 

Johnson, Edward, of Charlestown, 
shipwright, 7. 161 ; house, 163. 

Johnson, Capt Edward, on medical 
instruction, 1. 46; as authority on 
minor matters, 367-368 ; report on 
Groton (1661), 4. 136; on Cam- 
bridge and Harvard, 5. 397, 407, 
413; Wonder-working Providence, 
extant copies, price, reprints, 6. 
345, 10. 333; and Wenham- 
Chelmsford matter (1655), 12. 323. 

Johnson, Edward Francis, elected a 
member M.H.S., 8. 502; on Library 
Com. (1895), 10. 1; report, 136; 
list of publications (1894-96), 121, 
555; gift to M.H.S., 13. 378. 



JOHNSON-JOHNSTON 



231 



Johnson, Elijah, at siege of Boston, 
9. 63, 71. 

Johnson, Elizabeth [Mrs. Latham], 
exile in Amsterdam (1600), 6. 55. 

Johnson, Elizabeth, Jr., witchcraft 
petition, 1. 70, 88, 110; not in- 
cluded in witchcraft indemnity, 
81; character, 88 n., 106 n. 

Johnson, Ephraim, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 391. 

Johnson, Francis, church in Amster- 
dam, 6. 43-45; exile there, 55. 

Johnson, George, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 55. 

Johnson, Col. Guy, and J. T. Kirk- 
land, 17. 305. 

Johnson, Sir Harry, on extent of 
slave-trade, 17. 6. 

Johnson, Isaac, of Saleby, Eng. 
(1612), 8. 508. 

Johnson, Isaac, church covenant, 
(1630), 2. 221; death (1630), 8. 
472. 

Johnson, Isaac [d. 1711], of Charles- 
town, 3. 300; petition as constable 
(1686), 13. 252. 

Johnson, Israel, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 55. 

Johnson, Jacob, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 55. 

Johnson, Jacob, letter to Trumbull 
(1778) on Wyoming after Massacre, 
3. 346. 

Johnson, James, inventory of Win- 
throp's goods, 7. 140-143. 

Johnson, John, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 55. 

Johnson, Sir John, Alden's regt. at 
house (1778), 2. 445 

Johnson, Mrs. John (Ford), actress, 
2. 10. 

Johnson, Jonathan, of Marlborough 
(1682), 4. 299, 300. 

Johnson, Joseph, case against Win- 
throp (1704), 5. 301. 

Johnson, Lucy [Mrs. Walker], 6. 443. 

Johnson, Margaret (Sley), exile in 
Amsterdam (1601), 6. 55. 

Johnson, Marmaduke, books printed 
by (1660-74), 9. 416, 419-422, 
424-430, 433, 435, 11. 241, 248, 12. 
274, 283, 385, 17. 15; first stay in 
Cambridge, 11. 240; return with 
new press, 240; connection with 
Green, 241; types, 241-242, 12. 
417; censorship aimed at, 11. 243; 
petitions for press in Boston, 
244-246; answer for printing un- 
licensed book, 247-249; death, 13. 
398. 



Johnson, Marshall, painting of May- 
flower, 19. 273. 

Johnson, Mary, exile in Amsterdam 
(1600), 6. 55. 

Johnson, Mary A. [Mrs. Slafter], 20. 
591. 

Johnson, Moses, exile in Amsterdam 
(1601), 6. 55. 

Johnson, Nathaniel, death at Wyo- 
ming, 3. 346. 

Johnson, Capt. Noah, killed (1760), 
4. 392. 

Johnson, Perseverance [Mrs. Greene], 
exile in Amsterdam, 6. 56. 

Johnson, Reverdy, and Pres. John- 
son, 20. 434. 

Johnson, Richard M., character, 7. 
293; and Wm. Duane, 20. 378. . 

Johnson, Robert, letter (1801) on 
Boston, 7. 456. 

Johnson, Robert W., death, 13. 314. 

Johnson, Ruth [Mrs. Robbins], 3. 206. 

Johnson, Samuel, Commencement 
part (1842), 5. 235; biog. note, 
235 n. 

Johnson, Rev. Stephen, preaches in 
Am. camp (1775), 9. 77. 

Johnson, Susannah, return from cap- 
tivity (1760), 4. 402. 

Johnson, T., engraving by, 17. 230. 

Johnson, Thomas, of Md., delegate to 
Congress, 1. 276; and ratification 
of Constitution, 17. 484, 504. _ 

Johnson, Thomasine (Boyes), exile in 
Amsterdam, 6. 56. 

Johnson, William, exile in Amster- 
dam (1611), 6. 56. 

Johnson, William, of Charlestown, 
death (1677), 7. 169. 

Johnson, Lieut. William, of Woburn, 
7. 163; on com. on war expenses 
(1676), 12. 402; fast-day recal- 
citrant (1686), 13. 262, 263. 

Johnson, Sir William, papers in Park- 
man MSS. 4. 44; Levis's plans of 
campaigns, 94 ; names Lake George, 
247 n.; in campaign of 1760, 394, 
403, 5. 283; campaign of 1755, 
416-418, 13. 386, 18. 317-325. 

Johnson, William Samuel, letters as 
Conn, agent, 1. 359; report of 
Chatham's speech, 359 ; conference 
with Gage (1775), 10. 92. 

Johnson's Tavern, Lynn, 10. 47. 

Johnston, , of Schenectadv(1779), 

2. 454. 

Johnston, , innkeeper at War- 

renton, N. C. (1804), 2. 31, 33. 

Johnston, Alexander, United States, 
2. 150; elected a corresp. member 



232 



JOHNSTON-JONES 



M.H.S., 3. 102; accepts, 144; 
Connecticut, 372; on town sov- 
ereigntj^, 372; death announced, 
6. 1; views on Conn, institutional 
hist, criticized, 269-280, 328-331. 

Johnston, Bathsheba (Thwing), 8. 
226. 

Johnston, Demini, farm on Susque- 
hanna, N. Y., 2. 462. 

Johnston, Ira, escapes from Indians 
(1779), 2. 455. 

Johnston, Jean (Hogg), 8. 226. 

Johnston, John, signs Wyoming ca- 
pitulation (1778), 3. 342. 

Johnston, Joseph E., and Peninsular 
campaign, 10. 432-434, 439; on 
McClellan, 440; and milit. use of 
slaves, 19. 318 n.; advice against 
further resistance (1865), 320. 

Johnston, Thomas, engraving of 
battle of Lake George, 5. 4ie>-418; 
notice of death, 418; engraving of 
Increase Mather, 8. 145; of Crown 
Point and Quebec, 226; career, 226. 

Johnston, Rev. William, of Cherry 
Valley, 2. 447, 449. 

Johnston, Witter, of Cherry Valley, 
2. 449, 451. 

.Johnstone, Gov. George, misrepre- 
sentations (1778), 17. 319. 

Johonnot, Daniel, at Boston dinner 
(1776), 10. 103. 

Johonnot, Francis, member of **Pos- 
see,'* 10. 38; arrested (1778), 106; 
town meeting on, 106. 

Johonnot, Gabriel, and tea question, 
10. 80. 

Johonnot, George, at Boston dinner 
(1776), 10. 103. 

Johonnot, Peter, absentee loyalist, 
10.164; confiscated Boston estate, 
178. 

Johonnot, Zechariah, subscribes to 
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Joliffe, John, justice of peace (1686), 
13. 229; to establish Boston mar- 
ket, 271; death, 14. 20; named for 
Council (1691), 217. 

Jolly, , on Fort Dauphin Mas- 
sacre, 2. 369-371. 

Jomard, Edme Francois, facsim. of 
Cabot 7nappemonde/6. 308. 

Jonas, Captain, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 393. 

Jones. See also Joanes. 

Jones, , of Newport (1760), 7. 345. 

Jones, Mrs., of Boston (1788), 16. 
387, 388. 

Jones, Mrs., tavern-keeper in Phila- 
delphia (1804), 2. 11, 33. 



Jones, Captain, in campaign of 

1760, 5. 352, 371. 
Jones, Captain, of Brit, navy, and 

R. H. Dana (1841), 6. 398. 
Jones, Lieut.-Gov. Alfred G., Mass. 

descent, 18. 371. 
Jones, Alpheus, at Am. camp (1775), 

9. 44, 78. 

Jones, Ann [Mrs. Johnson], exile in 

Amsterdam (1611), 6. 56. 
Jones, Anna (Swift), Pilgrim at 

Leyden, 17. 178. 
Jones, Anna (Willis), 6. 63. 
Jones, Catharine, mentioned in J. Q. 

Adams's diary (1787-88), 16. 300, 

301, 318, 331, 346, 413, 444, 447; 

Adams on, 410. 
Jones, Charles C, on royal arms in 

Ga., 4. 252/?.; on tomahawks, 

6.38. 
Jones, Charles F., 20. 409. 
Jones, Coffin, of Boston (1787), 8. 

176. 
Jones, Deborah (Hewes), 20. 409. 
Jones, Eaton, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Jones, Edward [b. 1751], purchases 

confiscated Boston estate, 10. 170; 

biog. note, 20. 409. 
Jones, Elizabeth, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 178. 
Jones, Elizabeth [Mrs. Lowell], 9. 544. 
Jones, Elizabeth [Mrs. Trafford], 6. 

62. 
Jones, Elnathan, at Boston dinner 

(1776), 10. 103. 
Jones, Frederick, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 178. 
Jones, Frederick, statue of Webster 

owned by, 2. 265. 
Jones, Senator George, death, 13. 313. 
Jones, George W.. and Graves-Cilley 

duel, 12. 288. 
Jones, Henry N., and search for re- 
mains of Miles Standish, 4. 375. 
Jones, Isaac D., *'mess-mates" (1841), 

6.73. 
Jones, Com. Jacob, Rogers on (1815), 

4. 208. 
Jones, Rev. John, at Fairfield, 2. 49. 
Jones, John Coffin, non-consumption 

agreement (1786), 8. 497; pur- 
chases confiscated Boston estate, 

10. 174. 

Jones, John Paul, Dupr^'s medal, 5. 

350, 351; and Jefferson (1788), 17. 

498. 
Jones, Joseph, of Va. [Letters follow], 

on com. on instructing envoys 

(1781\ 1. 61; career, 15. 117; in 



JONES-JOSSELYN 



233 



Congress (1780-81), 19. 119, 136, 
150. 

Letters: to Madison (1787-1802), 
their history, 15. 116; their im- 
portance, 118-122; (1787-88) ru- 
mor of discord in Va. delegation, 
17. 474; criticism of Constitution, 
487, 491; map of James River, 
Va. Assembly, Ratification Conven., 
490-496, 509; French Consular 
Convention, 509; (1788) seat of 
govt., appt. of electors, forged 
certificates, Va. politics and legis- 
lation, 15. 122-126; (1789) Madi- 
son's candidacy, meeting of Con- 
gress, bust of Lafayette, 126; 
Washington's progress, tariff bill. 
Federal judiciary, office-seekers, 
titles. Senate closed sessions, amend- 
ments declaring acts void. Federal 
salaries, power of removal, 127- 
132; Va. code and judges, 132; 
(1790) discrimination in funding 
debt, senatorial candidates, 133; 
seat of govt., McGillivray, 134; 
(1792) private land business, 135; 
presidential succession, Indian war. 
Federal expenses, congressional 
calls for departmental opinions, 
136-139; apportionment, Wash- 
ington, Hamilton's financial sys- 
tem, Adams, 139-141; (1793) Ge- 
net, public finances, 141; (1794) 
foreign affairs, Jay's negotiations, 
142-146 ; Republican societies, 
Hamilton, 146; (1795-96) Jay 
Treaty, Va. elections, 147-156; 
(1796-97) presidential election, 
embargo, Adams and Jefferson, 
153, 156-160; (1797) Va. election, 
160; (1802) division of Va., 161; 
— from Pendleton (1782) peace 
negotiations^ Dr. Lee, 19. 161. 

Jones, Dr. Joseph, on size of Con- 
federate army, 18. 434. 

Jones, Joseph H., Commencement 
part (1817), 5. 182; biog. note, 
182 n. 

Jones, Leonard A., gift to M.H.S., 16. 
251. 

Jones, Lewis, trial for counterfeiting, 
16. 225-227. 

Jones, Magdalena [Mrs. Jellison], 
exile in Amsterdam (1606), 6. 56. 

Jones, Mary, Pilgrim at Ley den 
(1615), 17. 178. 

Jones, Mary [Mrs. Barrett], 8. 23. 

Jones, Mary [Mrs. Bennet], 6. 56. 

Jones, Mary A., gift to M.H.S., 20. 
409; ancestry, 409. 



Jones, Mary A. (Faneuil), port., 20 
409; career, 410. 

Jones, Peletiah, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366. 

Jones, Peter, in campaign of 1760, 4. 
394, 5. 358. 

Jones, Robert, at, Philadelphia Acad- 
emy (1754), 7. 341. 

Jones, Capt. Samuel, killed in cam- 
paign of 1758, 6. 33. 

Jones, Samuel [C. C. 1790], 2. 9; biog. 
note, 9 n. 

Jones, Sarah [Mrs. Rockwood], 6. 
59. 

Jones, Sarah B. (Vinton), 20. 409. 

Jones, Thomas, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 178. 

Jones, Dr. Walter, congressional can- 
didacy (1797), 15. 161. 

Jones, William, exile in Amsterdam 
(1613), 6. 56. 

Jones, Dep.-Gov. William, Conn, milit. 
order to (1665), 5. 292; death, 14. 
24. 

Jones, Sir William, election to 
M.H.S., 2. 149. 

Jones, William, and Naval Office at 
Philadelphia (1824), 20. 384. 

Jope, , patent, 1. 232. 

Jopson, Thomas, grant of Bahamas 
(1650), 13. 5; career, 45. 

Jordan. See also Gordon, Jorden. ^ 

Jordan, , of Boston, entertains 

Lord Adam Gordon (1765), 13. 395. 

Jordan, Silvester, extant copy of 
Discovery of Barmudas, 12. 161. 

Jordan, Thomas, return to Eng. 
(1650), 16. 498; and Cromwell's 
West Indian expedition, 500. 

Jordan, in 1832, 19. 498. 

Jorden, Hannah, of Eng. (c. 1641), 

1. 135. 

Jose, , sea-captain (1693), 7. 165. 

Joselin, Henry, settlement (1660), 1. 
233. 

Joseph, , innkeeper at George- 
town, S. C. (1804), 2. 34. 

Josephine, Empress, and David Sears, 

2. 410. 

Josiah, Indian, deed of Conn, land 

(1686), 5. 295. 
Joslin. See also Jocelyn, Joselin, 

Josselyn. 
Joslin, Nathaniel, of Marlborough, 

4. 300. 
Josselyn, John, reprints of Voyages 

to N. Eng., 6. 347; Neiv England's 

Rarities discovered, extant copies, 

price, reprint, 10. 344; Account of 

two Voyages, 345. 



234 



JOSSELYNE-KEESE 



Josselyne, Thomas, loyalist refugee, 

2. 234. 

Journals. See Diaries. 

Jowett, Rev. William, as missionary, 

19. 503. 
Joy, Arad, and Pickering's Q. M. G. 

papers, 11. 7. 
Joy, Benjamin, at Washington, 19. 

381. 
Joy, Charles A., and Pickering's Q. M. 

G. papers, 3. 318, 11. 7. 
Joy, Charles H., port, of Webster 

owned by, 2. 262; gift to M.H.S., 

3. 215. 

Joy, George, Innocency's Complaint, 
9. 440. 

Joy, John, absentee loyalist, 10. 164. 

Joy, Robert, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 
182. 

Joyce, Mary, and will of Peregrine 
White, 3. 135. 

Joyeux, , of Cape Franyais, mur- 
dered, 2. 358. 

Joyliffe. See Joliffe. 

Judiciary. See Courts. 

Judkins, Job, Boston estate, 1. 312. 

Judkins, Moses S., 17. 56. 

Judkins, Samuel, Boston estate, 1. 
313. 

Juilliard vs. Greenman, larger signifi- 
cance of decision, 16. 259-262, 18. 
174-175. 

Jupiter, planet, discovery of fifth 
sateUite, 7. 1-4. 

Jury, qualifications in provincial 
Mass., 1. 67, 8. 103; admiralty 
trials without, in colon. Mass., 3. 
372; perjury of juryman in colon. 
Mass., 372; Dudley's order on 
(1686), 13. 236; Thayer's book on, 
16. 148-150. 

Justice of peace, oath in Mass. (1686), 
13. 230. 

Juxon, Elizabeth [Mrs. Cotton], 3. 
248. 

Juxon, William, collateral descend- 
ants, 3. 248. 



K 

Kalm, Peter, on Indian hemp, 6. 35. 

Kamenski, Count Michel F., capture 
of Bazardjik, 10. 381-382. 

Kanadesaga, Seneca town, Sullivan's 
expedition at, 2. 468. 

Kanaghsaws, Iroquois town, de- 
stroyed, 2. 469, 470. 

Kanandaigua, Iroquois town, de- 
stroyed, 2. 468. 



Kane, Oliver, of N. Y., 2. 10. 

Kansas, work of N. Eng. Emigrant 
Aid Soc, 1. 181, 3. 327; Robinson's 
policy, 1. 182; ''higher law" men, 
182 ; prohibition, 182 ; John Brown 
in, 182; Pottawatomie Massacre, 
182-183, 14. 4-7; proslavery out- 
rages, 1. 217-218; John Brown 
as avenger, 218; services of A. A. 
Lawrence, 12. 132-134; impor- 
tance of territorial legislature, 14. 
3; papers of P. T. Jackson on, 
20. 590. 

Kansas-Nebraska Act, effect, 3. 327 ; 
protest of N. Eng. ministers, 7. 
94-95. 

Kansas University, A. A. Lawrence 
and, 12. 134. 

Katcham, Edward, petition (1637), 
3. 199. 

Katharine, in Phips's Quebec expedi- 
tion, 15. 307. 

Kay, Lydia (1717), 8. 217. 

Kaye, James, London factor, 17. 79; 
letter to John Cogswell (1661), 80. 

Kazan, bark (1842-45), 3. 248, 7. 
320. 

Kean, John, as delegate to Congress, 
17. 461. 

Kearsarge, cane of wood of, 19. 395. 

Keayne, Ann (Mansfield), 4. 160 n. 

Keayne, Robert, report of trial of 
Anne Hutchinson, 4. 160; reference 
to vol. of note-book, 313; other 
vols., 314-316, 5. 435; bequest to 
Boston, 16. 104. 

Keazer, Moses, recruit (1760), 6. 429. 

Keble, Elizabeth, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 178. 

Keble, Elizabeth (? Acres), Pilgrim 
at Leyden, 17. 178. 

Keble, John, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 
178. 

Keble, Mercy, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 
182. 

Kebler, John, Commencement part 
(1839), 5. 226; patrons, 226; biog. 
note, 226 n. 

Keelar, James, of Ga., 20. 513. 

Keeler, Margaret P., port., 14. 144. 

Keen, Simeon, loyalist refugee, 2. 234. 

Keene. See also Kean, Keen, Kene. 

Keene, Mvis, Philadelphia belle 
(1804), 2. 12. 

Keene, N. Porter, shipyard, 7. 28. 

Keene, N. H., in 1776, 6. 81; in 
1840, 12. 423. 

Keep, Lucinda [Mrs. Nutting], 8. 22. 

Keese, Mrs., New York tavern-keeper 
(1812), 19. 369. 



KEETCH-KENDALL 



235 



Keetch, John, trade petition (1686), 

13. 267. 
Keighly, Edward, absentee loyalist, 

10. 164; confiscated Boston estate, 

178. 
Keightley, Thomas, ignores last royal 

veto, 5. 158. 
Keith, , innkeeper in Mass. 

(1779), 6. 130. 
Keith, Ephraim, guest of Old Colony 

Club, 3. 427, 432. 
Keith, George, Presbyterian and In- 

dependefU Churches in N. Eng., 9. 

480; replies to, 485, 489, 499; 

works defending, 12. 391, 393; 

Vision, 392; Pretended Antidote, 

17. 37. 
Keith, Israel, minutes of Otis's Writs 

of Assistance argument, 6. 195. 
Kelby, William, acknowledgment to, 

6. 174. 
Kellemy, Samuel, death at Wyoming, 

3. 346. 
Kellen, William Vail, gift to M.H.S., 

17. 230; member M.H.S., 20. xv. 
Kellogg, Rev. Elijah, biog. note, 16. 

422 n. 
Kellogg, Ensign H., and Amherst 

College, 3. 323. 
Kellogg, Capt. Joseph, in Lovewell's 

War, 6. 363, 368. 
Kellogg, Robbins, and H. W. Taft, 

19. 391. 
Kellogg, Rev. Samuel, 16. 408; biog. 

note, 408 n. 
Kellogg, William, death at Wyo- 
ming, 3. 345. 
Kellom, Henry, guest of Old Colony 

Club, 3. 396, 426; present to Club, 

.426. 
Kellond, Mrs. Abigail, petition on 

legal action (1686), 13. 265. 
Kelly, Edward A., port, of Webster 

owned by, 2. 264. 
Kelly, Lieut. Waldron, wounded at 

Lexington, 5. 396 
Kelly, Senator William, death, 15. 94. 
Kelsey, John, Shays's Rebellion, 1. 

304. 
Kemble. See also Kimball. 
Kemble, Fanny, and Henry Lee, 19. 

234; acting (1830), 465. 
Kemp, Abel, recruit (1760), 6. 427. 
Kemp, Anna (Humphrey), 11. 422. 
Kemp, David, of Gorham, 11. 422. 
Kemp, David, of Groton, in campaign 

of 1760, 4. 390, 392. 
Kemp, Ebenezer [1], of Groton, 11. 

419. 
Kemp, Ebenezer [2], 11. 419; minute- 



man, 12. 104; in- Am. army (1775), 
107. 

Kemp, Edward, removes to Chelms- 
ford (1655), 12. 323; deaconship, 
326, 327 ; on dismissal of members, 
331. 

Kemp, Ephraim, and Shays's Rebel- 
lion, 1. 301; recruit (1760), 6. 429; 
minuteman, 12. 104. 

Kemp, Hezekiah [1], of Groton (1760), 
6. 427. 

Kemp, Hezekiah [2], recruit (1760), 
6. 427. 

Kemp, Joseph, recruit (1758), 6. 24. 

Kemp, Levi, and Shays's Rebellion, 
1. 301, 307. 

Kemp, Mary (Bradstreet), 11. 418. 

Kemp, Rehef (Phillips), 11. 422. 

Kemp, Samuel [1], of Groton (1760), 
6. 429; minuteman, 12. 104. 

Kemp, Samuel [2], and Shays's Re- 
bellion, 1. 301. 

Kemp, Mrs. Samuel, and Rev. 
Dudley Bradstreet, 13. 300. 

Kemp, Sarah C, acknowledgment 
to, 11. 421; ancestry, 422; gift to 
M.H.S., 19. 83. 

Kemp, Silas, recruit (1760), 6. 427. 

Kemp, Stephen, recruit (1758), 6. 24. 

Kemp, William, minuteman, 12. 104. 

Kemp, Willis B., 11. 422. 

Kendal, Rev. Samuel, biog. note, 16. 
312 n. 

Kendalia. See Appletown. 

Kendall, Aaron, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 182. 

Kendall, Amos, and Pres. Johnson, 
19. 396. 

Kendall, David, at class reunion 
(1844), 5. 242. 

Kendall, Edward, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 174. 

Kendall, Elizabeth [Mrs. Cuthbert- 
son], 17. 173. 

Kendall, Mrs. Elizabeth, Pilgrim at 
Leyden, 17. 174. 

Kendall, Ephraim, 16. 428; J. Q. 
Adams's characterization, 428 n.; 
biog. note, 429 n. 

Kendall, Francis, fast-day recalci- 
trant (1686), 13. 262, 263. 

Kendall; Jabez, recruit (1760), 6. 429. 

Kendall, James, Harvard D.D. (1825), 
5. 194; B K prayer (1809), 9. 
112; biog. note, 112 n.; at Ply- 
mouth anniversaries (1820), 10. 
394; (1845), 395 n., 396, 398. 

Kendall, James A., Commencement 
part (1823), 5. 190; biog. note, 
190 n. 



236 



KENDALL-KEYES 



Kendall, Joseph S., and Billings Be- 
quest, 17. 235. 

Kendall, Thomas, fast-day recalci- 
trant (1686), 13. 262, 263. 

Kendrick, CapU John, Oregon voyage, 
7. 417. 

Kene, Asa, at siege of Boston, 9. 71, 
84, 85. 

Kennebec River, exploration, 1. 232; 
Arnold's expedition on, 2. 267-268, 
276-279; custom house on (1686), 
13. 275, 278. 

Kennedy, Andrew, and Priestley, 3. 
25. 

Kennedy, John Pendleton, and un- 
official mission to Europe (1861), 
letter to R. C. Winthrop, 1. 203- 
209; and Johnson's port, of Web- 
ster, 2. 218. 

Kennell, Benjamin, exile in Amster- 
dam (1603), 6. 56. 

Kennell, Mrs. Margaret [Mrs. Ste- 
vens], exile in Amsterdam (1603), 
6. 56. 

Kent, , innkeeper at Suffield 

(1777), 6. 89. 

Kent, Abigail [Mrs. Welsh], 16. 310 n. 

Kent, Benjamm, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 409, 413 ; in Boston society, 
10. 32; on com. on Liberty affair, 
67; Molineux's animosity, 78; 
debate on Com. of Corresp. (1774), 
86; acting Atty .-Gen., 290 ri.; and 
Shirley- Waldo case, 12. 45; and 
return of Suffolk probate records, 
16. 116-120; career, 116 71.-118 n. 

Kent, Rev. Benjamin, B K poem 
(1831), 9. 123; biog. note, 123 w. 

Kent. Edward, duke of, letters to 
Thos.Carleton(1796-99)onN.Brun. 
milit. affairs, 3. 70-73. 

Kent, Isaa'c, at siege of Louisburg 
(1745), 11. 428, 431; death, 441. 

Kent, James [Letters follow], on cap- 
ture of private property at sea, 1. 
27; Sit 0BK exercises (1823), 9. 
119; papers, 18. 338; notice (1812), 
19. 368. 

Letters: to Jos. Story (1818) 
reviewing Dartmouth decision, 14. 
413; (1824-25) legal lectures. 
Story's article on maritime law, 
414-415; (1829) Story's inaug- 
ural. Mason's reports, 415; (1834) 
Story's Conflict of LavJS, copvright 
case, Jackson, 416-418; (1839-44) 
Kent's Commentaries, legal reading, 
Tvler, 418-420; (1845) Supreme 
Court, 420; from Story (1831) 
introducing Hillard, Mason's re- 



ports, 421; (1834) introducing 
Dewey, 422; (1839-44) Kent's 
Commentaries. Tyler and Supreme 
Court, 423; —to W. W. Story 
(1846) father's letters, 421. 

Kent, Thomas, of Eng. (1655), 1. 136. 

Kent, William, Harvard LL.D. 
(1847), 5. 253; Story on (1844), 
14. 424. 

Kent, Conn., in 1777, 6. 90 

Kent's Tavern, Dorchester, 10. 46. 

Kentucky, and Civil War, 3. 332; 
question of separation (1787), 17. 
450-455; and navigation of Missis- 
sippi, 452, 454; Indian war, 453, 
455, 469; rumors of disturbances 
(1806), 20. 286. See also South. 

Kenyon, Frederic G., on recovery of 
Beaumont's verses, 5. 436. 

Keppel, Augustus, viscount, Channel 
battle (1778), 3. 120. 

Ker, James, Republican (1800), 20. 
261. 

Kerfoot, Samuel H., Jr., memorial on 
Constitution, 18. 332. 

Kergorlay, Comte Jean de, on Lu- 
zerne's papers, 4. 308. 

Kerley, Heniy, of Marlborough, 4. 
300. 

Kerley, William, of Marlborough, 4. 
300. 

Kerly, John, prize case (1749), 5. 94. 

Kerr (Carr), Lieut. -Col Maurice, in 
Boston society, 10. 37, 70; and 
Boston Massacre, 74. 

Kerr, John B., Commencement part 
(1830) and biog. note, 5. 202, 202 n. 

Kerr, John L., *'mess-mates" (1841), 
6. 73. 

Ketch. See Keetch. 

Ketcham. See Katcham. 

Kettell, Samuel, on Benj. Tompson's 
poetry, 10. 272. 

Ketteltas, Peter, of New York, 7. 
339. 

Ketteltas, William, in West (1806), 20. 
287. 

Kettle, Hannah, death (1678), 7. 170. 

Kettle, Joseph, of Charlestown, 7. 170. 

Kettle, Nathaniel, of Charlestown, 7. 
146; constable (1690), 152. 

Kettle, Samuel, of Charlestown, 7. 
146, 13. 411. 

Kettletas. See Ketteltas. 

Kewahcum, Indian, at Ft. Dummer 
(1724), 6. 367. 

Keyes. See also Kay, Kaye, Keese, 
Keys. 

Keyes, Col. (?) Danforth, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 64, 89. 



KEYES-KING 



237 



Keyies, Edward L., in Mass. Conven. 

(1853), 18. 35, 36. 
Keyes, Mrs. Frances, 12. 336. 
Keyes, (?) Lieut. John, at siege of 

Boston, 9. 69, 83. 
Keyes, John, purchases confiscated 

Roxbury estate, 10. 180. 
Keyes, Mary, death (1678), 7. 169. 
Keyes, Solomon [1], of CJhelmsford 

(1665), 12. 336. 
Keyes, Solomon [2], baptism, 12. 336. 
Keyes, Timothy, killed at Wyoming 

(1778), 3. 345. 
Keynell, , at Syracuse, Sicily 

(1829), 19. 452. 
Keys. See also Keyes. 
Keys, Abner, captured (1758), 6. 33. 
Kidder, Frederick, map of Lovewell's 

Fight, 3. 259. 
Kidder, Isaac, scholar at Townsend 

(1772), 4. 386; in Am. army (1775), 

12. 107. 

Kidder, John, scholar at Townsend 
(1772), 4. 386. 

Kidder, Lucy, scholar at Townsend 
(1772), 4. 386. 

Kidder, Susan B., gifts to M.H.S., 
5. 451. 

Kidner, Rev. Reuben, writes memoir 
of E. F. Slafter, 20. 591. 

Kiernan, Thomas J., witnesses gift of 
Sibley Charity, 2. 498. 

Kilham, Daniel, biog. note, 16. 
317 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's 
diary (1787-88), 317, 329-331, 354, 
356, 360-362, 365-368, 375, 385, 
386, 395, 403, 425, 442; member 
of (General Court, 332; and ratifi- 
cation of Constitution, 340, 352; 
Adams's opinion, 359; fails of re- 
election, 390. 

Killam, Austin, removes to Chelms- 
ford (1655), 12. 323. 

Killigrew, Henry, Bermuda estate, 

13. 49. 

Killingworth, Robert, exile in Am- 
sterdam (1601), 6. 64. 

Killingworth, Conn., in 1795, 3. 44. 

Kimball. See also Kemble. 

Kimball, Captain, in Boston society 
(1768), 10. 70. 

Kimball, Andrew, of Brookfield, 7. 
386. 

Kimball, Benjamin, of Brookfield, 7. 
386, 398. 

Kimball, Capt. Benjamin, killed in 
Sullivan's expedition, 2. 464. 

Kimball, Caleb, captured (1758), 6. 33. 

Kimball, Rev. Daniel, tutor, 10. 210; 
mentioned, 17. 511. 



Kimball, Deborah, drowned, 1. 151, 

14. 18. 
Kimball, Edmund, Commencement 

part (1814) and biog. note, 5. 179, 

179 n. 
Kimball, Harriet W. [Mrs. Wash- 
burn], 17. 511. 
Kimball, Henry C, academy, 17. 512. 
Kimball, Jacob, and Harvard degree 

(1788), 16. 441. 
Kimball, Moses, Boston Museum, 

19.8. 
Kimball, Rev. True, mentioned in 

J. Q. Adams's diary (1787-88), 16. 

301, 319, 447; as preacher, 302; 

biog. note, 302 n. 
Kimble. See Kemble. 
Kimp. See Kemp. 
Kinardsley, Clement, exploded coat 

of arms, 2. 251. 
Kindall. See Kendall. 
Kinderhook, N. Y., troops at (1760), 

4. 389; in 1777,6. 100. 

King, , to establish Boston 

market (1686), 13. 271. 
King, , of Va., and Jay Treaty, 16. 

152. 
King, Mrs., of Newport (1760), 7. 

345. 
King, Charles R., letter on King 

Papers, 4. 67. 
King, Capt. Daniel, in Phips's Quebec 

expedition, 15. 299. 
King, Edward, ignores last royal veto, 

5. 158. 

King, James G., Commencement part 

(1810) and biog. note, 5. 175, 175 n. 
King, Bishop John, and Legate, 3. 

156. 158. 
King, Rev. John G., Greek Church, 3. 

36. 
King, John Glen, subscription to 

Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342; 

Cf D K oration (1820), 9. 117; biog. 

notC; 117 n. 
King, Sergeant (?) Joshua, in Am. 

army (1777), 6. 93, 99, 102. 
King, Sir Peter, and last royal veto, 

5. 159, 160. 
King, Lieut. (?) Philip, in campaign 

of 1760, 4. 391. 
King, Rufus, at Morrisania, 2. 8; 

papers, 4. 67; student of The- 

ophilus Parsons, 16. 299 n. ; and 

ratification of Constitution, 349; 

and Miranda, 20. 283. 
King, Sarah K. [Mrs. Hale], 12. 484. 
King, Thomas, juror (1789), 19. 180. 
King, Thomas Starr, Frothingham's 

tribute, 1. 387. 



238 



KING-KINSMAN 



King, William R., length of service 
in Senate, 10. 10. 

King and Queen County, Va., name 
as royal memorial, 4. 250. 

King George, privateer (1749), 5. 95. 

King Geprge County, Va., name as 
royal memorial, 4. 250. 

King George III., Salem inn, 4. 244. 

King George's Head, New York inn, 
4. 248. 

King George's War, papers on, in 
Parkman MSS., 4. 46; briefs in 
Brit, prize cases, 5. 85-101: prep- 
aration against Canada (1746), 6. 
250; scout for Indians in Northern 
Mass. (1748), 430-432; Belcher 
on Louisburg, 9. 13; siege of Louis- 
burg, 11. 423-446; papers on Can- 
ada expedition (1747), 12. 45-50. 

King Philip's War, Indians sold into 
slavery, 1. 411, 12. 403; Church's 
History, 3. 42Sn.; eds. of Hub- 
bard's Narrative, 4. 13-21, 199- 
.206, 9. 440-441; instructions to 
Henchman, 8. 65-67; Hutchin- 
son's defeat, 280, 12. 387; Mather's 
Brief History, 9. 437; Tompson's 
poem on, 10. 26.3-272; contemp. 
books on, 345-352; Orders of 
General Court on friendly Indians, 
12. 401; on desertion of frontier, 
402; on disbursements, 402; on 
soldiers' fines, 402; Mather's diary 
on progress, 13. 490-406. 

King William County, Va , name as 
royal memorial, 4. 250. 

King William's School, Annapolis, 

4. 250. 

King William's War, Indian attacks, 
1. 150-152, 7. 1.53, 154, 157, 158, 
160, 165, 167; French cruisers, 1. 
151; watch in Mass., 161-163, 14. 
30-31; Port Royal in 1795, 3. 65; 
papers on, in Parkman MSS., 4. 
46; papers concerning Conn, in, 

5. 295, 296, 303; Phips's expedi- 
tions, 7. 154-156, 15. 281-320; 
Orders of Mass. General Court en- 
couraging enlistments (1690, '96), 
9. 484-485, 17. 45; Albany con- 
ference (1690), 9. 486; Mass. 
proclamation on (1691), 490; con- 
temp, books on, 10. 356-359; 
Order on trade at Port Royal 
(1691), 12. 284; record of Mass. 
com. on preparations (1690), 13. 
334; Winthrop's expedition, 15. 
305, 316. 

Kingerby, Ellen (Wheelwright), 8. 
508. 



Kingerby, Thomas, of Wainfleet, 

Eng. (1612), 8. 508. 
Kingfisher, Brit, frigate (1686), 7. 149. 
I^ngman, , of Reed's Mass. 

regt., death (1776), 12. 102. 
Kingman's Tavern, Easton, 10. 47. 
King's Arms Tavern, Albany, 4. 248. 
King's Arms Tavern, Boston, 4. 243, 

10. 46. 
King's Arms Tavern, Salem, 4. 244. 
King's Arms Tavern, Worcester, 4. 

244. 
King's Bridge, N. Y., name as royal 

memorial, 4. 247. 
King's Chapel, Boston, photog. of 

interior, 3. 283; royal emblems, 4. 

240, 244; eminence, 8. 242; Foote's 

pastorate and Annals, 242-245, 

250; bicentenary, 246. 
King's County, N. Y., name as royal 

memorial, 4. 247. 
King's County, R. I., name as royal 

memorial, 4. 245. 
King's Creek, N. H., name as royal 

memorial, 4. 244. 
King's Head, Boston inn, 4. 243. 
King's Head, Salem inn, 4. 244. 
King's Meadow, prize case, 6. 91-92. 
King's' Mountain, N. C, name as 

royal memorial, 4. 251. 
King's Province. See Narragansett 

Country. 
Kingsbury, Henry, servant of Gov. 

Winthrop, 13. 60 n. 
Kingsland, Ellen (Carlisle), Pilgrim 

at Leyden, 17. 178. 
Kingsland, James, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 178. 
Kingsley, William L., on Clap's ad- 
ministration at Yale, 13. 122. 
Kingston, , innkeeper at Van- 

telbuck, N. J. (1804), 2. 33. 
Kingston, Mass., photog. of Brad- 
ford house, 8. 21. 
Kingstown, Mass. See Palmer. 
Kingstown, N. H., name as royal 

memorial, 4. 244. 
Kingstown, N. J., name as royal 

memorial, 4. 248. 
Kingstown, N. Y., name as royal 

memorial, 4. 247. 
Kinnersley, Ebenezer, salary at 

Philadelphia Academy (1754), 7. 

340; biog. note, 340 n. 
Kinnersley, William, at Philadelphia 

Academy, 7. 341. 
Kinnison, David, and Tea Party, 10. 

479. 
Kinsman, Ensign John, at siege of 

Boston, 9. 83', 84. 



KIRBY-KNIGHT 



239 



Kirby. See also Kyrbie. 

Kirby, Mrs., innkeeper in Va. (1804), 

2. 23. 

Kirby, Ephraim, in Am. Rev., 4. 295; 
Lyman controversy, 19. 198. 

Kirby, Francis, account for goods 
(1634), 11. 3. 

Kirby, Ruth (Marvin), makes car- 
tridges, 4. 294, 295. 

Kirk, Edward N., port., 9. 28. 

Kirk, John Foster, M.H.S. tribute 
to, 18. 379. 

Kirk, William, of Ga., 20. 518. 

Kirke, Col. Percy, and governorship 
of Mass., 13. 224. 

Kirkland, Elizabeth (Cabot), foreign 
letters (1829-32), 19. 440-504; on 
voyage, 441; Paris, 441-443; Italy, 
443-450,456-458; Sicily, 450-453; 
Roman carnival, 453-456; Eng- 
land, 458-466, 475-479: railway 
ride, 465; Ireland, 466-468; Scot- 
land, 469-475; plans for Levantine 
trip, 476; descent from Sebastian 
Cabot, 477; on opening of Parlia- 
ment, 478; Morocco, 479-483; 
Corfu, 483-488; Pres. Jackson, 
485; Malta, 488-491; Egypt, 491- 
495; Holy Land. 495-500; Smyrna, 
500; Turkey, 501-504. 

Kirkland, Jerusha [Mrs. Lothrop], 

3. 161. 

Kirkland, Jerusha (Bingham), 9. 
144. 

Kirkland, John Thornton, and S. K. 
Lothrop, 3. 162; at Harvard Com- 
mencements (1811-27), 5. 175- 
177, 180, 187-189, 191-196; greet- 
ing to Lafayette, 191; reprinted 
M.H.S. paper, 6. 236; memoir 
of Benj. Lincoln, 7. 123; Asst. 
Librarian M.H.S. (1798), 8. 343; 
Librarian (1798-1806), 343; junior 
member M.H.S., 9. 94; Pres. of 
B K, 111, 112; no M.H.S. me- 
moir, 143; Pierce's sketch, 144- 
157; death, 144; birth and an- 
cestry, 144; Indian name, 144; 
education, 144-145; divinity 
studies, 145; as college tutor, 145; 
devotional exercises, 146; pas- 
torate, 146; theology, 147; as 
preacher, 147-148; greatest dis- 
courses, 148-149; honorary de- 
gree, 149; as Pres. of Harvard, 
149-151, 153; paralysis, 151, 155; 
marriage, 151, 154 n.; resigna- 
tion, 151; travel, 151, 19. 440- 
540 [see Kirkland, Elizabeth]; de- 
cline, 9. 152; funeral and memorial 



services, 152-154; character, 154; 
publications, 155-157; monument, 
157; — at Plymouth anniversary 
(1820), 10." 394; mentioned in J. 
Q. Adams's diary (1787-88), 16. 
330, 340; exhibition part (1788), 
431; Greenough's bust, 19. 448; 
audience with Pope, 456; letter 
(1830) on revolution in France, 
Glasgow Univ. installation, 468. 

Kirkland, Rev. Samuel [1], 3. 161, 9. 
144; Lothrop's biog., 3. 177; and 
Indians (1775), 17. 305. 

Kirkland, Samuel [2], Commencement 
part (1803), 5. 169; biog. note, 
169 7?. 

Kirkwood, James, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151; char- 
acterized, 152. 

Kirtland, Lieut. Martin, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 79. 

Kittera, Thomas, at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1828), 5. 199. 

Kittery, Me., Indian attack (1697), 

1. 151; not port of entry (1686), 

13. 264; organization of church, 
17. 88. 

Kittle. See Kettle. 

Kittredge, Doctor, of Tewksbury 

(1787), 1. 309. 
Kittredge, George L., on Sewall's 

mnemonic lines, 13. 320. 
Kittredge, Dr. Thomas, 16. 407; 

biog. note, 407 n. 
Kitts. See Keetch. 
Klock, Col. Jacob, of Mohawk Valley, 

2. 445, 446; and Indian alarms, 
448, 450. 

Knapp, Elizabeth M. (Mansfield | Wil- 
liams), 5. 3. 

Knapp, Frederick B., search for re- 
mains of Miles Standish, 4. 375. 

Knapp, Jacob N., boarding-school, 
4. 414. 

Knapp, John, 0KB poem (1804), 
9. Ill; biog. note, 111 n. 

Knapp, John F., Webster on trial, 

14. 407. 

Knapp, Capt. Moses, in Saratoga cam- 
paign, 6. 96. 

Knapton, , of L. I. (1677), 4. 

287. 

Kneeland, Mrs., of Roxbury, death 
(1703), 14. 22. 

Kneeland, Mrs., of Boston (1762), 7. 
387. 

Kneeland, William, admitted to First 
Church in Cambridge, 5. 406. 

Knight, , tavern-keeper near 

Portland (1776), 2. 305. 



240 



KNIGHT-LADD 



Knight, Lieutenant, mortally wounded 

at Lexington, 5. 395. 
Knight, Alexander, petition (1637), 

3. 199. 
Knight, Charles, ignores last royal 

veto, 5. 158. 
Knight, Rev Cyrus F., acknowledg- 
ment to, 4. 249 n. 
Knight, John [1], of Newbury, loyal 

petition (1666), 6. 471. 
Knight, John [2], loyal petition 

(1666), 6. 471. 
Knight, John, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 
Knight,* Joseph, plan of land grant 

(1684), 9. 193, 194; suit (1686), 

13. 277. 
Knight, Lucy, J. Q. Adams on, 16. 

380, 382, 383, 385; Adams's 

verses on, 399, 400. 
Knight, Nehemiah R., length of 

service in Senate, 10. 10. 
Knight, Richard, loyal petition (1666), 

6. 471. 
Knight, Robert, Va. trade (1651), 3. 6. 
Knight, Thomas, leaves Boston 

(1775), 10. 92. 
Knill, (?) Philip, of Charlestown 

(1691), 7. 158. 
Knollys, Rev. Hansard, record of 

institution (1631), 8. 507, 517. 
Knott, Capt. Andrew, in Phips's 

Quebec expedition, 15. 306. 311. 
Know-Nothingism, in Mass., 11. 392- 

393. 
Knowles. See also Noel, Noles. 
Knowles,*Sir Charles, prize case(1752), 

5. 97-98; and Canada expedition 
(1747), 12. 46-49. 

Knowles, Rev. John, at Watertown, 

2. 47; mission to Va., 10. 281, 282. 

Knowling, W., exile in Amsterdam, 

6. 56. 

Knowlton, Lieutenant, in campaign 
of 1760, 5. 380. 

Knowlton, Lieut. (?) Thomas, in 
Phips's Quebec expedition, 15. 288. 

Knox, Henry, pre-Rev. militia com- 
mand, 1. 251; report on size of 
Continental army, 2. 205; false 
report concerning (1775), 7. 412; 
marriage, 10. 84; Savage's port., 
19. 6, 8, 15. 

Knox, Lucy (Flucker), marriage, 
10. 84; drawing and costume of 
(1792), 11. 197. 

Knox, Robert, sailing-master, on place 
of Chesapeake-Shannon fight, 1. 377. 

Knox, Thomas, of N. Brun. (1785), 
3.83. 



Knox, Thomas W., port., 8. 196. 
Knox, Vicessimus, on Gibbon, 16. 

398 n. ; J. Q. Adams on Liberal 

Edu^aiiony 400. 
Knutting. See also Nutting. 
Knutting, William, absentee loyalist, 

10. 164. 
Knutton, John, 2. 241. 
Knyvet, Edmund, 2. 406. 
Knyveton, George, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6. 56. 
Konnecke, Gustav, archivist at 

Marburg, 3. 219. 
Kohl, John George, research and 

maps on discoveries in Am., 7. 84; 

wrong done to, by late pub., 85; 

on Sebastian Cabot, 11. 168; on 

Agnese's maps, 373, 377-379. 
Kollock, Henry, Harvard D.D. (1806) 

5. 171. 
Kolsky, Joseph, gift to M. H. S., 20. 228. 
Koontz, , Ohio River captain 

(1836), 7. 278, 285. 
Koray, Adamantios, and Everett, 18. 

99; appeal to U. S., 102. 
Korsfield (?), Rosamond [Mrs. Jep- 

son], 6. 55. ^ 
Kossuth, Louis, welcome at Charles- 
town, 1. 390; at ninety-one, 18. 

367. 
Kotzebue, August F. F. von, Quaker, 

20. 61. 
Kountz, Luther, paintings owned by, 

19. 11. 
Kretschmer, Conrad, on Agnese's 

maps, 11. 372-374, 378-383. 
Kyrbie, Edmund, 3. 262. 
Kyrbid, Edward, 3. 262. 



Labor, apprenticing of Boston pau- 
pers (1792), 2. 242; child, at 
Pawtucket (1801), 4. 124; con- 
ditions in Eng. (1900), 14. 317; 
printers' strike (1810), 20. 342. 
See also Servants, Slaves. 

La Barre, Johan. See De la Barre. 

La Burthe, Petit de, prize case (1743), 
5. 88. 

Lacock, Abner, and Olmstead affair, 
20. 321. 

La Corne, Pierfe de Chapt, chevalier 
de, letters to L^vis, 4. 98; expedi- 
tion (1759), 98. 

Ladd, Capt. Edward, in Phips's 
Quebec expedition, 15. 307. 

Ladd, Mary H., gifts to M.H.S., 11. 
334. 



LADD-LAMSON 



241 



Ladd and Whitney Monument, 
photog., 10. 125. 

Ladrone Island, Cabot mappe-monde 
on, 6. 331. 

Ladson, Misses, of Charleston (1804), 
2. 25. 

Ladson, Major, of Charleston (1804), 
2. 26. 

Lafayette, Gilbert Metier, marquis 
de, Miss Quincy's journal of visit, 
1.39; ''Amis desNoirs,'/ 2.310 n.; 
sells slaves with plantation, 311 n.; 
views of places associated with, 
395; at Albany (1778), 444; in 
campaign before Philadelphia 
(1778), 3. 113; Monmouth, 115, 
6. 109-110; M.H.S. com. on sub- 
ordinate figures for Washington 
statue of, 4. 12; at Harvard (1824), 
6. 191, 9. 119; ports., 5. 451, 7. 
373; detachment (1778), 6. 107; 
march to Va. (1781), 131-137; art 
Annapolis, 134; Va. campaign, 
137-150, 19. 124, 125, 128-140; 
letter to ''George" Washington 
(1782), 6. 169-171; bust for Va., 
15. 127, 19. 145; and G. W. Greene, 
17. 499; receptions (1829), 19. 441, 
442, 458; Brit, admiration for 
(1830), 465. 

Lafayette Monument, M.H.S. report 
on figures for, 4. 38-42. 

Laidley, James, collector of customs, 
19. 395. 

Laird rams, Chittenden's story of 
Federal bonds sent to Eng., 13. 
178-185; story not true, 185; 
basis of it, 186-197; Forbes- 
Aspinwall mission to purchase, 
186-188; futile operations of mis- 
sion, 188-195. 

Lake, John, 6. 264. 

Lake, John, death (1677), 7. 168. 

Lake, Margaret (Reade), 1. 119, 4. 
273, 5. 264. 

Lake, Mary (Coy), death, 7. 170. 

Lake, Capt. Thomas, and Mather 
(1676), 13. 359; funeral, 405. 

Lake George, battle. See George 
(Lake). 

Lakin. See also Larkin. 

Lakin, Abigail [Mrs. Bradstreet], 11. 
418. 

Lakin, Eunice [Mrs. Parker], 20. 522. 

Lakin, Isaac, and Shays's Rebellion, 
1. 301. 

Lakin, Jonathan, at siege of Louis- 
burg (1745), 11. 428, 437, 439; 
death, 442. 

Lakin, Mrs. Marian, of Groton, 6. 30. 



Lakin, Nathaniel, recruit (1758), 6. 
24. 

Lakin, Oliver, captured (1758), 6. 22, 
33; petition for reimbursement, 
22-23; recruit, 24; effects ap- 
praised, 27; biog. note, 30. 

Lakin, Simon, recruit (1758), 6. 25. 

Lakin, William, 6. 30. 

La Lanne Magon, M. de. prize case 
(1746), 6. 89. 

Lallemande, Mme., actress (1829), 
19. 444. 

La Luzerne, Anne C^sar de, and John 
Sullivan, 1. 52, 53, 56; on aid from 
France (1781), 61; papers, 4. 308; 
and J. Q. Adams (1779), 16. 293. 

Lamarquise, Bernard Maussac, letter 
and petition to the Cincinnati 
(1797) seeking aid, 6. 162-164. 

Lamartine, Alphonse M. L., phrase 
resembling Lincoln's, 15. 92. 

Lamb, Anthony, of N. Y., 7. 343. 

Lamb, Capt. Caleb, in Phips's Que- 
bec expedition, 15. 306. 

Lamb, Horace A., receives articles 
deposited by Miss Dix, 3. 348. 

Lamb, John, agreement with Win- 
throp (1674), 5. 294. 

Lamb, Gen. John, in assault on Que- 
bec, 2. 292; wounded, 294. 

Lamb, Martha J., on sale of Hartley's 
papers, 3. 367. 

Lamb, William. See Melbourne. 

Lambert, , innkeeper near Ken- 
nebec River (1776), 2. 304. 

Lambert, John, and Monk (1659), 7. 
363, 364. 

Lambert, John, pirate, broadside on 
execution (1704), 6. 172. 

Lambert, Nathaniel, and copy of act 
reversing witchcraft attainders, 1. 
113. 

Lambert, (?) William, of Va. (1787), 
17. 490, 492, 493. 

Lamberton, , of Accomac, Va. 

(1651), 3. 7. 

Lambeth Palace, Am. MSS. at, 6. 
340. 

Lambton, , of N. Brun., accounts 

(1785), 3. 83. _ 

Lambton, Lieut. William, in N. Brun., 
3.70. 

La Motte Guyon. See Guyon. 

Lamprey River, N. H., Indian attack 
(1693), 7. 165. 

Lamprie, Thomas, witnesses power of 
attorney (16.54), 13. 6. 

Lampson, Daniel, of Brookfield, 7. 
397. 

Lamson, Alvan, Harvard D.D, 



16 



242 



LAMSON-LANGDON 



(1837), 5. 220; ^BK prayer 
(1832), 9. 124; biog. note, 124 n.; 
and bicentenary of N. Eng. Confed., 
19. 361. 

Lamson, Frederick, gift to M.H.S., 
15. 45. 

Lamson, John, subscription to Bos- 
ton dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Lamson, Maiy (Swift), gift to M.H.S., 
4. 109. 

Lanaudi^re, Charles F. de, and prison- 
ers at Quebec, 2. 298. 

Lancaster (Nashoway), Mass., Indian 
attacks (1697, 1704), 1. 151, 157, 
14. 28, 92; Maverick'^ account 
(1660), 1. 237; in 16.50, 2. 47; cul- 
ture, 52; academy, 52; Natl. 
Thayer's services to, 61-63; Regis- 
ter, 6. 405 ; and Merrimack County 
(1686), 13. 255; death of Rev 
Andrew Gardiner, 14. 23; pastor 
ordained (1708), 34. 

Lancaster, Pa., royal memorials, 4. 
249, 253. 

Lanciani, Rodolfo, on Roman sources 
for Am. history, 11. 275; at Con- 
gress of Hist. Sciences (1903), 17. 
246. 

Lanckton, Roger, petition (1637), 3. 
199. 

Land, allotment in Va., 3. 5; com- 
munism on Nantucket (1801), 4. 
130-131; anomalous system in 
colon. Mass., 7. 239. See also 
Deeds, Public lands, Real estate. 

Land Bank Company of Mass., in- 
ducements, 1. 225. 

Landais (Landy), Capt. Peter, in 
Boston society (1778), 10. 106. 

Landen, John, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 56. 

Landy. See Landais. 

Lane, Capt. Daniel, at Albany (1778), 
2. 443; at Cherry Valley, 447- 
448,453,457; arrest, trial, 451- 
453; on scout, 455, 456; discharged 
from army, 474 ; leaves, 475. 

Lane, George, subscription to Boston 
dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Lane, George M., Commencement 
part (1846), 5. 249; at Gottingen, 
12. 367. 

Lane, Job, of Brookfield, 7. 396. 

Lane, John, vocalist, 10. 29; in 
Boston society, 32, 46, 73, 77. 

Lane, Levy, purchases confiscated 
Boston estate, 10. 172. 

Lane, Nathaniel, works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151. 

Lane, Sir Richard, verses on, 4. 318. 



Lane, Thomas, letter on Declaratory 
Act (1766), 11. 446. 

Lane. Son, ^ Fraser, Am. letters to 
(1774-86), 16. 285. 

Lang, Captain, oi liner America (1853), 
5. 343. 

Lang, Benjamin J., and Emancipation 
Concert, 20. 248. 

Langborne, Major William, captured 
(1781), 6. 142. 

Langdon, Elizabeth [Mrs. Eliot], 18. 
193. 

Langdon, Elizabeth (Brown), 18. 193. 

Langdon, Esther (Osgood), 18. 193. 

Langdon, John, of Portsmouth, 
career, 1. 146; Letters to, 146; pop- 
ularity, 2. 488; in Boston (1776), 

10. 103; in Ratification Conven., 
16. 386; biog. note, 386 n. 

Langdon, John, of Boston, 20. 5. 

Langdon, Joseph, at Smyrna (1832), 
19. 500. 

Langdon, Nathaniel [1], innkeeper, 
18. 193, 20. 5. 

Langdon, Nathaniel [2], hides field- 
piece, 4. 194. 

Langdon, Paul, 18. 193. 

Langdon, Paul H., on port, of Saml. 
Langdon, 18. 219 n. 

Langdon, Philip, 18. 193. 

Langdon, Samuel [1], 18. 193. 

Langdon, Pres. Samuel [2], plan of 
Lovewell's Fight, 3. 260; map- 
maker, 260, 18. 199, 232, 399; 
chaplain in Louisburg expedition, 

11. 436, 18. 195; sermons during 
siege of Boston, 12. 79, 80, 84, 85; 
shorthand sermon, 16. 476; biog. 
sketch, 18. 192-232; claims to 
remembrance, 192; bir£h, 192; an- 
cestry, 193-194; marriage and 
children, 193; education, 194-195; 
on HoUis benefactions, 195; minis- 
ter at Portsmouth, 195; John 
Eliot's misrepresentations, 196, 
198-199, 223-227, 232; letter re- 
signing presidency of Harvard, 
196-198; scholarship, 199, 201; 
honorary degree, 200; during 
French War, 200; loyal address 
(1761), 200-201; appointment to 
presidency, 200-204, 220; salary, 
204, 220; administration, 204-211, 
221-223; patriotism, 205-206, 208- 
210, 20. 6; eulogy on predecessor, 
18.206; resignation, 211, 223-228; 
minister at Hampton Falls, 212; in 
Ratification Conven., 212 ; theology, 
213-219; port., 219; death, 220; 
diploma to Washington, 221 ; efforts 



LANGDON-LAUD 



243 



to obtain back salary, 225, 228- 

232; letter from Natl. Folsom 

(1756), 318-322. 
Langdon-Elwyn, Alfred. See Elwyn. 
Langfield, Cornelius, 19. 293. 
Langley, Thomas, Barbados merchant 

(1690), 19. 292. 
Language, archaic ues of ^'resent," 3. 

428 7i.-429 n.) Eliot's Bible and 

Ojibway dialect, 6. 259; idioms of 

Middle States, 19. 373, 375. See also 

Greek, Latin, Literature. 
Lanman, James, journey with J. Q. 

Adams (1789), 16. 456-459; biog. 

note, 456 n. 
Lansdowne, 1st marquis of. See 

Shelburne, earl of. 
Lansdowne, Henry Petty-Fitzmau- 

rice, 3d marquis of, installation as 

Lord Rector, 19. 468. 
Lansdowne, John Petty-Titzmaurice, 

2d marquis of, Priestley tutors, 3. 

15; in 1784, 17. 322. 
Lansing, Henry R., troops quartered 

on (1777), 2. 442, 444, 454. 
Lapause, Chevalier de, letters to L^vis, 

4.98. 
La Plata, Cabot mappe-mmide on, 6. 

332. 
Lappam, Thomas, bam burned, 6. 

158. 
Larey, Lieut. James, court-martialed, 

2. 443. 
Larice, at Boston (1649), 3. 256. 
Lark, in Phips's Quebec expedition, 

15. 306, 307, 
Lark, Brit, war-ship (1749), 5. 92. 
Larkin. See also Lakin, Larklin. 
Larkin, John, death (1678), 7: 169. 
Larkin, Thomas, death (1677), 7. 169. 
Larklin, , of Cherry Valley (1778), 

2. 457. 
Larnard's Tavern, Pa., 2. 473. 
Larnell, Benjamin, death at Harvard, 

8. 223. 
La Roche, Troilus du Mesgonez, mar- 
quis de, Canadian projects, 7. 

314-315. 
La Rocque, Jean F. de. See 

Roberval. 
Laroque, , after massacre at 

Cape Fran^ais, 2. 359. 
Larrick, Colonel, of Pa. (1779), 2. 475. 
Las. For names in Las see the main 

name. 
La Saussaye, , captured by Argall, 

1. 190-191. 
Lash, Robert, Jr., works on Boston 

defences (1814), 14. 152; char- 
acterized, 153. 



Lasley, James, recruit (1760), 6. 
429. 

Lasley, William, recruit (1760), 6. 
427. 

Latchwell (Shatswell), John, petition 
(1637), 3. 199. 

Latham, Elizabeth (Johnson), 6. 56. 

Latham, Galen, 4. 195. 

Latham, Lydia T. (Alger), 4. 198. 

Latham, Robert, 4. 195. 

Latham, Susannah (Winslow), 4. 195. 

Latham, William, exile in Amster- 
dam (1600), 6. 56. 

Latham, Williams, death, 1. 168, 4. 
198; bequest to M.H.S. of mu- 
sical books, book-plate, 1. 200, 2. 
70, 4. 197; money bequest, 2. 74, 
4. 197; in M.H.S. group picture 
(1869), 3. vii; Memoir by Arthur 
Lord, 4. 195-198; port, and 
AUTOG., 195; birth, ancestry, edu- 
cation, 195; as lawyer, 195-196; 
integrity, 196; collection of ancient 
plans of Plymouth County, 196; 
public services, 197; authority on 
Plymouth history, 197; in M.H.S., 
197; book of Bridgewater epitaphs, 
198; widow, 198. 

Lathrop. See also Lothrop. 

Lathrop, Azariah, at Am. camp 
(1775), 9. 59. 

Lathrop, Elijah, of Norwich, 9. 81. 

Lathrop, Capt. Elisha, at Am. camp 
(1775), 9. 73. 

Lathrop, Rev. John [1], at Harvard 
Commencement (1805), 6. 170, 
171; Hazlitt on, 17. 335; letter 
to Rich. Price (1786) on commercial 
conditions, 336. 

Lathrop, John [2], tutor, 1. 72. 

Lathrop, John, elected a member 
M.H.S., 19. 409. 

Lathrop, Joshua, of Norwich, 9. 60. 

Lathrop, Niles, of Norwich, 9. 81. 

Latimer, , of Conn. (1657), 1. 

121. 

Latimer, George, Wm. Duane on, as 
collector, 20. 273 ; candidacy (1808), 
311. 

Latin, Levi Lincoln's address (1829), 
6. 166-168; Benj. Waterhouse on 
neglect, 168; letter of Harvard 
undergraduate (1645), 7. 11-14; 
J Q. Adams on, 10. 386-387. 

La Tour, Saint Etienne de. See 
Saint Etienne. 

Latrobe, Benjamin H., and Rich- 
mond penitentiary, 2. 20. 

Laud, William, and Mass., 7. 226, 
227 n.; execution expected (1638), 



244 



LAUDONNIERE-LAWRENCE 



10. 306; Gardiner on, 16. 7, 10; 
and Book of Sports, 19. 93-95. 

Laudonnidre, Ren6 de, Menendez on 
escape, 8. 426, 463. 

Laughton, Henry, in Trinity Church 
vestry, 10. 89; absentee loyalist, 
164. 

Laughton, John, minuteman, 12. 104. 

Laughton, Joseph, at Boston dinner 
(1776), 10. 103. 

Laughton, Margaret [Mrs. Tracy], 16. 
320 n. 

Laughton, Thomas, on Indian scout 
(1748), 6. 431. 

Laughton, Thomas, and importation 
of tea, 10. 80. 

Launceston, Brit, war-ship (1744), 5. 
88. 

Laurel, privateer (1752), 5. 100. 

Laurens, Henry, captured, 1. 58; 
Copley's port., 3. 8, 9; and death 
of son, 9; Vau^han's letters on, in 
peace negotiations, 17. 413, 424, 
428, 434. 

Laurens, John, mission to France, 1. 
58 ; death at Yorktown, 3.9; duel 
with Lee, 124. 

Lavalette, Charles J. M. F., marquis 
de, as Minister, 16. 469. 

Lavard, , at Santo Domingo, 2. 

328 n. 

Lavaud, Francois, Haitian planter, 
assassinated, 2. 354. 

Lavicount, John, in Boston society, 
10. 36, 41. 

Lavicount, Lucy (Vassall), 10. 36. 

Lavisse, Ernest, elected an honorary 
member M.H.S., 19. 86. 

Law, Edward E., Commencement 
part (1819) and biog. note, 5. 185, 
185 n. 

Law, Mrs. Jonathan (1754), 7. 338. 

Law, Story and Greenleaf as instruc- 
tors, 3*. 323 ; Jon. Sewall's opinion, 
10. 408-411; Story on codifying 
common law, 15. 221; ''Moses his 
Judicials," 16. 274-280; change in 
study, 18. 159-160; Southern 
black-codes (1865), 19. 35. See 
also Bankruptcy, Courts, Crime, 
Laws, Lawyers, Probate, Registry. 

Law Reporter, under John Lowell, 14. 
179. 

liawne, Christopher, exile in Amster- 
dam (1610), 6. 56. 

Lawne, Mrs. Susanna, exile in Am- 
sterdam (1610), 6. 56. 

Lawrance. See Lawrence. 

Lawrence, , sea-captain, cai>- 

tured (1778), 10. 106. 



Lawrence, Mrs., of Eng. (1700), 3. 201. 

Lawrence, Captain, of Nantucket 
(1801), 4. 127, 134. 

Lawrence, Abbott [1], Washington 
Monument appeal, 2. 143, 144; 
ports., 395, 8. 197; subscription for 
M.H.S. building, 3. 291; subscrip- 
tion to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 
342; memoir, 7. 123 ; Whig leader, 
11. 279; and beginning of Law- 
rence, Mass., 12. 118, 122. 

Lawrence, Abbott [2], on Auditing 
Com. (1884, '92), 1. 77, 7. 335; re- 
ports, 1. 179, 7. 382: elected to 
M.H.S. Council (1884-86), 1. 180, 

2. 80, 404; at Frothingham's fu- 
neral, 1. 392; on Nominating Com. 
(1887, '90), 3. 254, 6. 347; reports, 

3. 279, 5. 456; presents report of 
Council (1887), 3. 278; on S. C. 
Cobb, 6. 352-354; M.H.S. tribute 
to, 8. 275; memoir assigned to H. 
A. Hill, 276; to S. A. Green, 11. 
367; bequest of fund to M.H.S., 
9. 96. See also Lawrence Fund. 

Lawrence, Amory A., gift to M.H.S., 

4. 350. 

Lawrence, Amos [d. 1798], and 
Shays's Rebellion, 1. 301. 

Lawrence Amos [d. 1852], subscrip- 
tion for M.Et.S. building, 3. 291; 
subscription to Boston dinner 
(1830), 6. 342; port., 10. 293; 
career, 12. 130. 

Lawrence, Amos Adams, presents 
works on Civil War, 1. 172, 202, 
252, 2. 70, 393, 3. 281; presents 
MSS. and book on John Brown, 1. 
379,^. 122; other gifts to M.H.S., 
3. 282; on Chas. Robinson and 
John Brown, 1. 181; M.H.S. trib- 
utes to, 3. 57, 58; memoir as- 
signed to S. A. Green, 63 ; to Wm. 
Lawrence, 11. 367; port., 4. 350; 
Memoir by Wm. Lawrence, 12. 
130-137; PORT, and autog., 130; 
birth and ancestry, 130; education, 
130-131; ambition, 131; as busi- 
ness man, 131-132; and Kansas, 
132-133; and John Brown's trial, 
133; politics, 133; during Civil 
War, 133-134; educational inter- 
ests, 134; in M.H.S., 134; religion, 
134-135; daily routine, 135 ; char- 
ity, 136; marriage and home life, 
136; traits, 136; partial blindness, 
137; death, 137. 

Lawrence, Capt, Asa, on com. on grie- 
vances (1786), 1. 301; commands 
minutemen, 12. 77, 



LAWRENCE-LAWSON 



245 



Lawrence, Benjamin, and Shays's 
Rebellion, 1. 301. 

Lawrence, Daniel, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Lawrence, Edward, at Frothingham's 
funeral, 1. 393. 

Lawrence, Fanny [Mrs. Whitney], 5. 
426, 429. 

Lawrence, Frank B., gift to M.H.S., 
14. 145. 

Lawrence, Henry, death (1866), 5. 
428. 

Lawrence, Capt James, fight with 
Shannon, 1. 374-379 ; mistake, 378. 

Lawrence, John, and Shays's Rebel- 
lion, 1. 301. 

Lawrence, Jonathan, of Littleton, in 
campaign of 1760, 4. 390. 

Lawrence, Jonathan [1], of Groton, 
and Shays's Rebellion, 1. 301; bails 
Page, 307; minuteman, 12. 104. 

Lawrence, Jonathan [2], minuteman, 
12. 105. 

Lawrence, Joseph, acknowledgment 
to, 4. 261 n. 

Lawrence, Myron, presentation cane, 
14. 144; biog. sketch, 145. 

Lawrence, Nehemiah, minuteman, 12. 
104. 

Lawrence, Mrs. Prudence, 6. 30, 

Lawrence, CorporaZ Samuel, of Groton, 
minuteman, 12. 104; in Am. army 
(1775), 106; career, 130. 

Lawrence, Samuel, minuteman, 12. 
105. 

Lawrence, Sarah (Richards), 12. 130. 

Lawrence, Sarah E. (Appleton), 12. 
136. 

Lawrence, Susan R. (Bordman), 5. 
426. 

Lawrence, Thomas [1], 6. 30. 

Lawrence, Capt. Thomas [2], papers 
on milit. company (1758), 6. 21- 
33; killed at Half-Way Brook, 22, 
33; effects appraised, 24, 25; in- 
structions, 25; biog. note, 30. 

Lawrence, Col. William, justice of 
peace(1748/58), 6. 24,431; commis- 
sary of musters (1760), 428; orders 
scout for Indians, 432. 

Lawrence, William, 5. 426; subscrip- 
tion to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 
342. 

Lawrence, William, elected a mem- 
ber M.H.S., 9. 158; accepts, 159; on 
R. C. Winthrop, 232-234; list of 
publications (1895-1906), 10. 555- 
556, 11. 318, 12. 175, 13. 66, 14. 
129, 15. 29-30, 16. 129, 17. 214, 19. 
205, 20. 208; on com. on return of 



BradfordMS., 11. 314; Memoir of 
A. A. Lawrence, 12. 130-137; 
Memoir of Roger Wolcott, 18. 
86-90; communicates Memoir of 
E. F. Slafter, 20. 591. 

Lawrence, William B., Dana contro- 
versy, 6. 265. 

Lawrence, Kan., views, 3. 282. 

Lawrence, Mass., beginning. 12. 118; 
Pacific Mills, 122; panic of 1857, 
122. 

Lawrence Academy, Groton, view, 9. 
28. 

Lawrence Fund, origin, 9. 96; history, 
10. 129, 560, 11. 322, 12. 179, 13. 
70, 14. 133, 15. 33, 16. 133, 17. 
218, 18. 274, 19. 209, 20. 212; in- 
come account (1895), 10. 135; 
(1896), 566; (1897), 11. 330; 
(1898), 12. 186; (1899), 13. 77; 
(1900), 14. 140; (1901), 15. 41; 
(1902), 16. 142; (1903), 17. 226; 
(1904), 18. 283; (1905), 19. 220; 
(1906), 20. 224; use, 17. iii, 
227. 

Laws, necessary formalities of enact- 
ment in provincial Mass., 1. 79; 
new ed. of Mass. provincial laws, 
3. 136, 4. 307; of Mass. colon, laws 
(ed. of 1672), 3. 371-372, 9. 431; 
(ed. of 1660), 4. 411, 9. 416; re- 
vision of Mass., after Independ- 
ence, 3. 378; Tower Collection of 
colon., 5. 419; royal instructions 
concerning provincial, 8. 95, 97, 
99; sessional laws and orders of 
Mass. (1661-1700), 9. 420, 422, 
43], 433, 435, 436, 442, 443, 492, 
494, 498, 499, 502, 503, 507, 508, 
510, 513, 515, 519, 17. 31; General 
Laws of New Plymouth (1672, '85), 
9. 430, 465 ; General Laws of Conn. 
(1673), 431; partial index to lost 
first ed. of Mass. (1649), 10. 547- 
548, 11. 8-17, 14. 382-384; recon- 
struction of this ed., 10. 547, 11. 
8-9, 18, 201; revision of Va. code 
(1789), 15. 132; Mass. and Eng., 
on suicide, 16. 524-529; Mass., on 
highway robbery, 19. 185-190; 
pub. of Federal (1801), 20. 264. 
See also Law, Legislature. 

Lawson, Mrs., tavern-keeper in Phila- 
delphia (1804), 2. 11. 

Lawson, Rev. -Deodat, Brief Narra- 
tive of Witchcraft, 9. 492; Christ's 
Fidelity the only Shield; 495, Duty 
and Property of a Relig. Hous- 
holder, 496 ; controversy over call to 
Salem Village, 16. 504. 



246 



LAWSON-LEDYARD 



Lawson, Gen. Robert, and Carolina 
campaign (1781), 19. 132. 

Lawson, Thomas B., ports, of Web- 
ster, 2. 263, 264. 

Lawyers, character in mtch-trials, 1. 
68-70; and Shays's Rebellion, 300, 
16. 342; regulation in Mass. (1686), 
13. 234; oath, 261. See also Attor- 
ney-general. 

Lay. See also Ley. 

Lay, F. C, photog. by, 11. 333. 

Lay, John, letter to Winthrop (1670), 
6. 293. 

Lay, Temperance [Mrs. Griswold], 
19. 65. 

Lea. See also Lee. 

Lea, Henry Charles, transferred to 
honorary membership M.H.S., 16. 
251, 17. 210. 

Lea, James Henry, gift to M.H.S., 
15.45. 

Lea, Philip, publishes map of N. Eng., 
2. 479. 

Leach, Benjamin, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Lead mine in Conn., 1. 244. 

Leadbeater, Rev. Thomas, farewell 
sermon (1662), 13. 127. 

Leader, Richard, career, 3. 190-191; 
nonconformist, 191; letters to 
John Winthrop (1648) on mining 
matters, 192; (1655) on ore furnace, 
192; (1656-60) on salt-making in 
Barbadoes, marriage, 193-196; 
(1660) on health and Eng. affairs, 
196; and iron works in Mass., 8. 
15, 16. 

Leadership, and hist, fatalism, 17. 
109 n. 

Leaping and vaulting, allowed by 
Book of Sports, 19. 89. 

Learned. See also Leonard. 

Learned, Gen. Ebenezer, march 
to Fort Stanwix (1777), 3. 103; 
return, 104 ; in -Saratoga cam- 
paign, 108 ; brigade in Conn. 
(1778), 120; brigade reviewed, 6. 
107. 

Learned, Dr. Ebenezer [H. C. 1787], 
J. Q. Adams's characterization, 16. 
338 n. ; biog. note, 338 n. ; men- 
tioned in Adams's diary (1787-88), 
338, 429, 452. 

Leason, , death in Am. army 

(1776), 12. 102. 

Leathers, Mrs., of Newburyport 
(1787), 16. 301, 359, 450. 

Leavitt. See also Levett. 

Leavitt, Andrew, on Washington 
taking command; 17. 129. 



Leavitt, Joshua, letter from J. Q. 
Adams (1839), 16. 468. 

Lebanon, Mass., council as to church 
matters, 13. 128. 

Le Baron, Bartlett, guest of Old 
Colony Club, 3. 420, 430, 432, 440. 

Le Baron, Francis, 3. 414 ri. 

I^e Baron, Isaac, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 393. 

Le Baron, Lazarus, Bradford chair 
owned by, 3. 402 n. : guest of Old 
Colony Club, 409, 415, 433, 435; 
biog. note, 414 n. 

Le Baron, Lemuel, guest of Old Col- 
ony Club, 3. 395. 

Le Baron, Priscilla [Mrs. Hammatt], 
3. 415 n. 

Le Baron, William, guest of Old 
Colony Club, 3. 438. 

Leblond, James, Boston estate, 1. 
325; in 1692, 7. 164, 167. 

Le Cain, Alicia [Mrs. Bangs], 10. 311. 

Lechford, Thomas, Plain Dealing, 
reprints, extant copies, price, 6. 
346, 10. 331; witnesses Winthrop 
deed, autog., 7. 139; New-Eng- 
land's Advice, 10. 332; Note-Book, 
332. 

Lechmere, Ann (Winthrop), Winthrop 
vs. J^echmere, 8. 125-139. 

Lechmere, Richard, guest of Old 
Colony Club, 3. 398; in Boston 
society, 10. 41, 64; on com. on 
address to Gage, 86; absentee 
loyalist, 164; confiscated Boston 
estate, 180; in Bristol, Eng. (1780), 
421; letters on conditions in Bos- 
ton (1774), 16. 285-290; makes 
plans for leaving Boston, 289. 

Lechmere, Thomas, at funeral of 
FaneuiL 1. 43; mentioned, 18. 241. 

Lechmere Point affair (1775), 7. 
413, 9. 78, 79. 

I^eckie, Edward, sea-captain, 7. 321. 

Leckie, John, sea-captain, 7. 320. 

Lecky, William Edward Hartpole, 
ignores last royal veto, 5. 158; 
M.H.S. tributes to, as historian, 
18. 2, 3, 22-26; in Parliament, 24; 
interest in U. S., 25. 

Le Clear, Thomas, port, of Saml. 
Osgood, 3. 283. 

Leclerc, Victor E., policy in San Do- 
mingo, 8. 43 n. 

Ledyard, , of New York (1804), 

2.9. 

Ledyard, Mrs., and Ch. J. Marshall, 
14. 356. 

Ledyard, John, scheme for Oregon- 
China fur-trade, 7. 416. 



LEE 



247 



Lee. See also Lea. 

Lee, , of Eng. (1662), 1. 129. 

Lee, , dismissed govt, clerk (1800), 

20. 261. 
Lee, , tavern-keeper at Hartford 

(1804), 2. 6, 32. 
Lee, Captain, of Harrisburg (1798), 

3. 22. 

Lee, Colonely of Isle of Wight (1694), 
2. 176. 

Lee, Andrew, Harvard D,D. (1809), 
5. 174. 

Lee, Arthur, and Silas Deane, 3. 123; 
letter from Stephen Higginson 
(1784), 8. 177; letter to Rich. Price 
(1777) on the war, 17, 308; biog. 
note, 308 n, ; and Franklin, 19. 1 18 ; 
and election to Congress (1781), 
126; attack on French alliance 
(1782), 164-166. 

Lee, Bridget [Mrs. Fuller], 17. 174. 

Lee, Catharine M. [Mrs. Childe], 16. 
469. 

Lee, Cazenove G., on size of Confed- 
erate army, 18. 432, 437. 

Ijee, Gen. Charles, joins army before 
Philadelphia, 3. 113; Monmouth, 
115-116, 6. 109-110; court-mar- 
tial, 3. 117; duel with Laurens, 
124; exchanged, 6. 107; letter to 
Gen. Thomas (1775) on rank con- 
troversy, 18. 425. 

Lee, Charles, of Va., senatorial candi- 
dacy, 15. 146; on Jay Treaty, 151, 
152. 

Lee, Charles C, Commencement part 
(1819), 5. 185; biog. note, 185 n., 
at B K dinner (1847), 9. 142. 

Lee, Charles F., at Frothingham's 
funeral, 1. 392. 

Lee, Elizabeth (Charnock), 19. 229. 

Lee, Elizabeth P. (Cabot), 19. 229, 
235. 

Lee, Francis, candidacy for Va. 
Council (1788), 15. 126. 

Lee, Francis H., gift to M.H.S., 6. 
417. 

Lee, Francis L.,- and Boston park 
system, 19. 558. 

Lee, Francis Lightfoot, Signer, 1. 282. 

Lee, G. Herbert, acknowledgment to, 

4. 261 n. 

Lee, Sir George, papers, 5. 85 ; briefs 
in prize cases (1743-51), 88-97. 

Lee, George W. C., on disclosure of 
Lee's plans (1865), 20. 87-89. 

Lee, Gen. Henry, Federalist (1787), 
17. 475; Baltimore riot, 19. 375, 
378; information on Washington, 
378, 384; and Greene, 20. 114. 



Lee, Henry [1], career, 19. 229, 

Lee, Henry [2], on com. on aid for 
H. F. Waters, 1. 249, 252; on trial 
of Ursuline Convent rioter, 3. 219; 
on H. W, Foote, 4. 381; on Chas, 
Deane, 6, 137; on Chas. Devens, 
6. 291-294; on jPhilHps Brooks, 8. 
81-83; on O. W. Holmes, 9. 163- 
166; on R. C. Winthrop, 224-227; 
on E. R. Hoar, 325-329; commu- 
nicates letters of Jon. Sewall, 10. 
407-427; remarks, 440; M.H.S. 
tributes to, 12. 352-359; during 
Civil War, 352, 358, 19. 236-241; 
in old age, 12. 353; success, 354; 
in M.H.S., 355; appearance, 356, 
19. 255; traits and character, 12. 
356, 358, 19. 248-254; writings, 12. 
356, 19. 242, 253, 254 ; and Harvard, 
12, 357, 19. 245-247; in business, 
12. 357, 19. 231; hist, spirit, 12. 
357; religion, .358, 19. 256; me- 
moir assigned to J. E. Cabot, 12. 
359; to J. T. Morse, 18. 264; 
backs Waters's genealogical re- 
searches, 15. 478; Memoir by J. 
T. Morse, 19. 228-257; port, and 
AUTOG., 228; ancestry, 228-230; 
birth, 230; in college, 230; free- 
trader, 232; banker, 232, 256; 
safety- vaults, 232; dramatic in- 
terests, 233-235; marriage, 235; 
antebellum politics, 236; public 
positions and interests, post-war 
politics, 241-245; refuses honorary 
degree, 247 ; as Bostonian, 247 ; as 
conversationalist, 250; character- 
ization of contemporaries, 251-253; 
and Theo. Parker, 256 ; opposition 
to Span. War, 256; death, 257. 

Lee, John, debt to Mercer, 2. 157. 

Lee, John C, banking, 19. 232. 

Lee, Judge Joseph [d. 1802], and im- 
portation of tea, 10. 80; J. Q. 
Adams on, 16. 303. 

Lee, Joseph, [d. 1831], career, 19. 229. 

Lee, Josephine, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 174. 

Lee, Lois (Orne), 19. 229. 

Lee, Ludwell, elected to AsS^embly 
(1787), 17. 457. 

L«e, Maria (Nash), Pilgrim at Ley- 
den, 17. 174. 

Lee, Martha (Mellowes), 19. 229. 

Lee, Mary [Mrs. Tracv], 16. 396 n., 
397 n. 

Lee, Mary (Jackson), 19. 230. 

Lee, Nathaniel, insanitv, 3. 26. 

Lee, Rebecca (Phips), 16. 303. 

Lee, Richard Bland, congressional 



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candidacy (1705), 15. 149, 150; 
and Va. Assembly (1787), 17. 457. 

Lee, Richard Henry, Signer, 1. 282; 
and Silas Deane, 3. 123 ; and peace 
negotiations (1779), 4. 48-49; and 
intercolon. Corns, of Corresp., 82; 
and authorship of petition (1775), 
6. 69; demagogue, 16. 121; sena- 
torial and gubernatorial candidacy 
(1788), 124;^ and national theory 
of Constitution, 16. 166; opposi- 
tion to Constitution, 17. 475, 481, 
490, 495; in Va. Assembly (1781), 
19. 123, 126, 133. 

Lee, Robert E., ports., 8. 196, 12. 189; 
*' Evacuating Lee," 10. 436; order 
on pillaging, 19. 338; Grant and 
Butler (1864), 342-356; Appomat- 
tox campaign, 20. 87-112 [see Appo- 
mattox]; Butler suggests trial of, 
428; C. F. Adams and centenary, 
550-556; services to nation at 
Appomattox, 553-555. 

Lee, Rose [Mrs. Saltonstall], 11. 341. 

Lee, Samuel, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 
174. 

Lee, Rev. Samuel, Increase Mather 
on, 8. 347; Joy of Faith, 9. 473; 
Contemplations on Mortality, 514; 
cat. of library (1683), 10. 541-543; 
career, 544. 

Lee, Sidney, elected a corresp. mem- 
ber M.H.S., 18. 123. 

Lee, Thomas [1], subscribes to Mer- 
chants^ Notes (1733), 17. 207; 
obituary, 19. 229. 

Lee, Thomas [2], career, 19. 229. 

Lee, Thomas, letter introducing, to 
Franklin (1788), 4. 302.^ 

Lee, Thomas S., and ratification of 
Constitution, 17. 484, 504. 

Lee, Tryphosa [Mrs. Tracy], 17. 183. 

Lee, Ch. J. William, of Eng., papers, 
6. 85. 

Lee, William, bookseller. See Ley. 

Lee, William [d. 1795], and Silas 
Deane, 3. 124. 

Lee, William, letter from Wm. Duane 
(1824) appeal for office, 20. 384. 

Lee, Col. William R., in Civil War, 7. 
39-41. 

Lee, privateer, 1. 18; exploits, 21. 

Lee house, Cambridge, 14. 291. 

Leeke, William, of Eng. (1665), 13. 
19. 

Leete, William, and Cromwell's West 
Indian expedition, 16. 500-502. 

Lefavre, N., Wm. Duane on, 20. 303. 

Lefevre, , Haitian planter, fidel- 
ity of slaves, 2. 323, 331, 364. 



Leffingwell, Ensign Elisha, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 48, 53, 57, 59, 62, 63, 
72, 75, 77, 79,81,87-91. 

Lefroy, Sir John H., and Old Provi- 
dence Island, 13. 7. 

Legal papers. See Deeds, Fees, Part- 
nership, Wills. 

Legate, Bartholomew, burning of, 

3. 156, 158. 

Legg, Samuel, death (1707), 1. 158. 

Legislation. See Laws, Legislature. 

Legislature, royal instructions con- 
cerning provincial, 8. 95-96, 99; 
rise of representation, 16. 239; 
danger from power, 240-242; su- 
premacy in Mass., 242-247. See 
also Congress, General Court, Gov- 
ernment, Legislation, Parliament, 
and colonies by name. 

Leib, James R., Commencement part 
(1826), 6. 195; biog. note, 195 n. 

Leib, Michael, and Pa. politics (1802), 
20. 297; andWm. Duane, 335; and 
Philadelphia postmastership, 365- 
368. 

Leicester, , of Boston (1640), 4. 

315. 

Leicester, Thomas W. Coke, 1st earl 
of, visit to (1831), 19. 475. 

Leicester, Mass., inn (1760), 4. 388. 

Leicester Academy, 2. 90, 93; anec- 
dote of coeducation, 7. 32 n. 

Leif Ericson, sources on Vinland 
voyage, 4. 42; probability and 
date, 43, 5. 333, 7. 353-354. 

Leigh, Benjamin W., Letters of 
Algernon Sidney, 14. 344 n. 

Leighton, Rev. Alexander, convic- 
tion and indemnity, 10. 304, 306. 

Leiper, Thomas, as security, 20. 311; 
and Wm. Duane, 346, 347. 

Leishman, , and Priestley, 3. 17. 

Leisler, Jacob, reversal of attainder, 
1. 89, 91; Boston comment on 
trial, 7. 157; contemp. imprints 
on, 12. 394, 17. 17. 

Leiter, Levi Z., Franklin-Hartley 
map owned by, 4. 60. 

Leizelt, Balthazar Frederic, *' Views" 
of New York and Quebec, 9. 169. 

Leland, Rev. John, Isaac Watts on, 9. 
408. 

Leland, Charles G., on Indian legends, 
1. 71. 

Lemercier, Chevalier, letters to L^vis, 

4. 97. 

Lemercier de Longpr^. See Haussez. 
Lemon, Clement, succored by Cr^ve- 

coeur, 20. 47, 52, 53. 
Lemon, Robert, and map of North- 



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249 



eastern boundary, 3. 368; certifies 
records of Dudley's Council, 13. 285. 

Le Moyne d' Iberville, Pierre, etching, 
8. 197. 

Lenox, James, and maps in John 
Smith's works, 4. 14; and Hub- 
bard's map of N. Eng., 16, 17; and 
Chas. Deane, 7. 52, 58, 62. 

Lenox liibrary, Milton Papers, 1. 201 ; 
De Bry Collection, 201; copies of 
Smith's Generall Historle, 9. 188, 
189. 

Lenthal, Robert, report of conference 
with elders (1639), 4. 1.59. 

Leo XIII., on discovery of America 
and Catholicism, 8. 30. 

Leon y Pizarro. See Pizarro. 

Leonard, Doctor, of Eng., in IT. S. 
(1788), 16. 436, 438. 

Leonard, Rei^ Abiel, sermons in Am. 
army (1775), 12. 85, 86. 

Leonard, Abigail, book owned by, 
17. 49. 

Leonard, Daniel, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 393, 397, 399, 408, 409, 
412, 413, 429, 431, 444; on Mass. 
Com. of Corresp., 4. 82, 84, 85; 
port., 109; position in Mass., 6. 
251; Massachusettensis papers, 
253-254, 399; Chief Justice' of 
Bermuda, 254; memorial on dif- 
ficulties and emoluments (1784), 
255-257 ; mandamus councillor, 
10. 87; addresses to Hutchinson 
and Gage (1778), 14. 50 n,, 51 n.; 
mobbed. 16. 288. 

Leonard, Elisha C, gift to M.H.S., 4. 
109. 

Leonard, Elkanah, Mass. lawyer 
(1732), 19. 29. 

Leonard, Mrs. Frederick S., ac- 
knowledgment to, 20. 596 n. 

Leonard, George [d. 1826], expedition 
to Martha's Vineyard (1779), 3. 
84-88; port., 4. 109; absentee 
loyalist, 10. 164. 

Leonard, George [H. C. 1748], candi- 
dacy for Congress, 16. 20. 

Leonard, John, exile in Amsterdam 
(1600), 6. 64. 

Leonard, John, death (1699), 14. 19. 

Leonard, Lieut.-Col. Nathaniel, at 
siege of Boston, 9. 61, 76. 

Leonard, Robert, accused of counter- 
feiting;, 18. 261. 

Leonard, Silas, at siege of Boston, 
9.66. 

Leopard, Francis, killed at Wyo- 
ming (1778), 3. 345. 

Leopard, R. I. packet (1789), 16. 457. 



Leopold of Naples, Prince, in Flor- 
ence (1829), 19. 444. 

Lepisma, as book worm, 8. 107. 

Le Ray de Chaumont and Nini, 20. 
29; and Franklin, 29. 

Lernett, Anna, birth, 12. 329. 

Ivernett, Benoni, baptism, 12. 329. 

Lernett, Isaac [1], removes to Chelms- 
ford (1654), 12. 322-324; death, 
324; deacon, 326; children, 329. 

Lernett, Isaac [2], baptism, 12. 324-; 
birth, 329. 

Lernett, Mrs, Mary, joins Chelms- 
ford church (1656), 12. 325. 

Lernett, Mary, birth, 12. 329. 

Lernett, Sarah, birth, 12. 329. 

Lernett, William, birth, 12. 329. 

Le Roy, Daniel, 19. 531. 

Le Sage, , killed in Haiti, 2. 

320 n. 

Lescarbot, Marc, on settlement on 
St. Croix Island, 3. 353, 355-357. 

Lesdernier. See Delesdemier. 

Leslie. See also Lasley. 

I^eslie, Col. Alexander, in Boston 
society, 10. 37; Salem expedition 
(1775), 17. 295. 

Leslie, Brit, ship (1779), 3. 87. 

Lesqueraux, Leo, and Washington 
nmic inscription, 4. 59. 

Lester, Edward, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Le Testu, Guillaume, map, 7. 306. 

Lethered, Thomas, sea-captain (1714), 
15. 329. 

L'Etombe, Sieur de, consul at Boston 
(1788), 16. 451, 451 n. 

Letter from a Gentlemaji of N. Y., 12. 
394. 

Letter to a member of House of Repre- 
sentatives (1736), authorship, 12. 
435-450; text, 450-456. 

Letters, of Jas. Abercrombie (1775) 
on Lexington, 11. 305; of Abigail 
Adams (1775-1812), 3. 275, 8. 60, 
12. 272, 16. 461 n.; of John Adams 
(1787-1823), 3. 89, 8. 91-93, 13. 
311, 16. 410 n., 17. 364; of J. Q. 
Adams (1787-1837), 4. 62-65, 10. 
377-392, 12. 288-292, 16. 358-362, 
463, 533 [see also under Docu- 
ments]; of Edw. Bacon to Geo. 
Watson (1775), 12. 345; of Geo. 
Bancroft to G. E. ElUs ( 1839) ,6.297; 
of Wm. Barry (1828) on Gottingen, 
2. 34; of Jon. Belcher (1748), 9. 
12-17; of Wm. Bentley (1804) on 
chaplaincy, 8. 58 ; of G. T. Bigelow 
and H. V. Somerville (1830-32), 5. 
463-468; of J. W. Blake (1814) on 



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Lundy's Lane, 6. 257-259; of Alles 
Blower to Thos. Dudley, 10. 115; of 
John Boade to Winthrop (1648), 2. 
157; on Boston Port Bill (1774), 
481-486; of Jas. Bowdoin (1775- 
90), 4. 302, 8. 289-290, 11. 178, 12. 
143-145; of J. W. Bradbury 
(1882) on Longfellow, 20. 563; of 
Gamaliel Bradford (1807), 12. 
252; of Dudley Bradstreet (1706) 
on frontier towns, 128; of Thos. 
Browne to Winthrop (1658), 8. 
287; of Peter Bulkley (1677), 14. 
213-215; of C. J. Burget (1885), 
2. 140; of G. J. Burns (1893) on 
Nonacoicus, 8. 211; autobiog., of 
Wm. Chamberlin (1827), 10. 491- 
506; of Chas. Chauncy (1774), 8. 
288; of Chulalonkorn (1883), 1. 
32; of Clarendon to Winthrop 
(1664, '65), 13. 455-456; of David 
Cobb to Bowdoin (1786), 1. 76; of 
Wm. Coffin to Pepperrell (1746), 
6. 250 ; of Cogswells and Thompsons 
(1653-61), 17. 77-87; on Congre- 
gational churches in N. S. (1769), 
4. 67-73; of Jas. Craik (1780) on 
Am. armv, 15. 362; of J. L. M. 
Curry (1889) on G W. Erving, 5. 
17-32; of Thos. Cushing (1775), 
a 61; of Lord Cutts to Dudley 
(1693-1700), 2. 171-192; of R. H. 
Dana, Jr. (1841), 6. 398; of Em- 
manuel Downing (1633-34), 8. 
383-387; of Jas. Downing (1637), 
14. 272; of Lucy Downing (1678), 
10. 187; of Wm. Duane (1800-34), 
20. 260-394; of Jer. Dummer 
(1716), 4. 192 ; of Timothy Dwight, 
Sr. (1771), 13. 124; of Jon. Ed- 
wards (1743, '44), 10. 429, 15. 8, 
12-14; autobiog., of G. W. Erving 
(1843), 5. 9-16; of Edw. Everett 
(1861), 1. 206; of Everett and 
John Hutchinson (1843), 165; of 
Everett to Story (1831-32), 15. 
204-210; of Fellows of Harvard 
to Winthrop (1672), 4. 265; of 
Natl. Folsom (1756, '76), 18. 243, 
318-322; of French officers to 
Cincinnati (1789, '97), 6. 160-164; 
of Benj. Frobisher (1784) on 
boundary, 3. 369; of Saml. Gar- 
man (1893) on book worms, 8. 
106; of Jas. Gordon and Wm. 
Martin (1752-65), 13. 381-396; 
of John Hancock (1785), 8. 63; 
of John Haynes (1655-63), 1. 118- 
131; of Margaret Heathcote to 
Winthrop (1665), 5. 105; of Hes- 



sian mercenary (1782), 4. 2-12; 
of Anne Higginson to Winthrop 
(1631), 6. 424; of Mehetabel Hig- 
ginson (1775-83), 10. 455-462; 
of Stephen Higginson (1784-1805), 
8. 17.5-181; of H. A. Hill and 
Earl Russell (1875) on Treaty 
of Washington, 17-18; of Wm. 
Hilton to Winthrop (1633, '37), 
10. 361-362; of E. A. Hitchcock 
(1905) on Washington Oak, 19. 
297-299; of E. R. Hoar and 
Elizabeth C. Agassiz (1894), 9. 
312-315; of Thos. Hooker (1637), 
6. 425; of O. W. Holmes (1881, '92), 
8. 21, 18. 346; of Huntington 
family (1775), 7. 354-360; of 
Gov. Hutchinson (1765-73), 18. 
242, 20. 535-537; of Thos. Jeffer- 
son (1785-1825), 6. 174, 12. 267- 
272, 13. 312, 14. 395-398, 17. 225, 
372; of Robt. Johnson (1801) on 
Boston, 7. 455-457; of Jos. Jones 
to Madison (1787-1802), 15. 116- 
161, 17. 474, 487, 490-496, 509; 
of Jas. Kaye (1661) to John Cogs- 
well, 80; of J. P. Kennedy (1861), 
1. 207; of Jas. Kent and Story 
(1819-46), 14. 413-424; of Mrs. 
J. T. Kirkland (1829-32), 19. 440- 
504; of Rich. Leader to Winthrop 
(1648-60), 3. 190-197; of Rich. 
Lechmere (1774), 16. 285-290; of 
Saml. Locke (1760), 18. 257; of 
London merchants on Declaratory 
Act (1766), 11. 446-448; of Jos, 
Lord (1733), 4. 311-313; of Anna 
C. Lowell to Mrs. Anne Grant 
(1809-10), 18. 302-307; of J. R. 
Lowell (1884) on E. B. Jarvis, 
1. 229; of Thos. Lyon and connec- 
tions (1647-1701), 6. 2-20; various 
to Madison and Jefferson (1787- 
88) on Ratification in Va., 17. 
451-510; autobiog., of Cornelius 
Marchant (1838), 12. 198-200; of 
John Marshall to Story (1819-34), 
14. 320-360; on Mass. charter 
(1691), 215-217; of Increase Mather 
(1690-99), 8. 344-348; of Me- 
nendez (1565-66), 416-468; of 
Mignet to Winthrop (1867), 1. 141; 
of Comte de Paris (1884), 64; of 
Jas. Parker and others to Frank- 
lin (1741-73), 16. 186-232; of 
Henry Pelham to Revere (1770) 
on engraving, 8. 227: of Edmund 
Pendleton (1765-82), 19. 107-167; 
of T. H. Perkins (1852) on Wash- 
ington Monument, 2. 141; on 



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251 



Perry's expedition (1853), 258- 
261; of Henry Phillips (1729), 18. 
241; of Wm. Phips (1693), 1. 340- 
342; of Pond (1631) on N. Eng., 
8. 471-473; of John Porter (1803) 
on Winthrop Papers, 140; of 
Oliver Prescott (1787) on Shays's 
Rebellion, 4. 158; of Rich. Price 
(1767-90), 17. 262-378; of -Jos. 
Priestley (1775-1800), 3. 13-40; 
of J. Rogers and others to Mather 
(1683), 10. 202; of John Rogers 
(1815) on naval commanders, 4. 
207; of Natl. Saltonstall (1675), 
10. 193; of Rich. Saltonstall (1631), 
8. 208; of Thos. Savage (1672) on 
Boston defences, 12. 197 ; of Sarah 
Sever (1776) on burning of Castle, 
2. 158; of Jon. Sewall (1773-85), 
10. 408-427; of Susanna Sheaffe 
(1775) on Boston, 9. 10; of Thos. 
Shepard to John Winthrop, 5. 104; 
of H. J. Smith (1901) on an en- 
graving, 15. 365; of Natl. Spooner 
(1813) on Chesapeake fight, 1. 374- 
376; of Rich. Steele to Dudley 
(1700), 3. 201; of Jos. Story to 
Webster (1827), 14. 412; to others 
(1831-43), 15. 216-224; of C. P. 
Sumner to Story (1837-38), 202- 
204; of Chas. Sumner to Story 
(1837-38), 210-216; of Sylvester 
family (1653-83), 4. 269-291 ; of S. 
R. Thayer (1891) on Dutch medals, 

7. 20-22; of Jon. Trumbull (1769), 

8. 139; of John TuUey (1694), 7. 
415; of Benj. Vaughan (1782-83), 
17. 409-438; of Virginia Co. (1609), 
2. 244-246; of Mercy Warren 
(1790), 12. 144; of Geo. Washing- 
ton (1772-89), 143, 156, 272; of 
Benj. Waterhouse (1829) on Latin, 
6. 168; of Isaac Watts (1729-47), 

9. 331-410, 12. 149-152; of Webster 
to Everett, 15. 208 n.-209 n. ; to 
Story (1816-42), 14. 399-412; to 
others (1840-52), 15. 278-281, 18. 
325; of Geo. Whitefield (1742-47), 

10. 299-302, 427; of John Whit- 
ing (1780) on Arnold's treason, 7. 
451-454; of Wm. Whit well (1770), 
2. 121-122; of Robt. and Roger 
Williams (1649, '72), 3. 256-259; 
of Winslow family (1695, 1760- 
90), 2. 229-242, 3. 64-94, 20. 559; 
of John Winthrop, Jr. (1634-47), 
8. 13-17, 11. 3; of Saml. Winthrop 
(1645), 7. 13-17; of Stephen Win- 
throp (1647), 11. 6, See also 
Diaries, Documents. 



Lever, Charles, on Civil War, 19. 336. 

Leveret, Co^oneZ, admiralty suit (1776), 
10. 102. 

Leverett, Charles E., Harvard A.M. 
(1848), 5. 255. ^ 

Leverett, Frederick P., as teacher, 
4.321; Lexicon, 9. 200-201. 

Leverett, Hudson, attorney (1686), 
19. 50. 

Leverett, Gov. John, instructions to 
Henchman (1676), 8. 65-67; W^il- 
lard's funeral sermon on, 9. 449; 
letter from Natl. Saltonstall 
(1675), 10. 193; and Mather (1676), 
13. 358 ; death, 407 ; and Cromwell's 
West Indian expedition, 16. 500. 

Leverett, Pres. John, and Port Royal 
expedition, 1. 159; and First 
Church in Cambridge, 5. 411; 
auction and cat. of library, 10., 
544; installation and election to 
Harvard presidency, 14. 33, 16. 
26 n. 

Leverett, Sarah [Mrs. By field], boards 
with Wadsworth, 4. 79. 

Leverett, Sarah (Sedgwick), death, 

1. 157. 

Leverett, Thomas, at trial of Anne 
Hutchinson, 4. 162, 163, 166, 171, 
180, 182, 190; of Ann Hibbens 
(1640), 316. 

Leveridge, Rev. William, rumor of 
college presidency, 1. 120 ; at Sand- 
wich, 2. 48. 

Leveson-Gower, Granville G. See 
Granville. 

Levett. See also Leavitt. 

Levett, Christopher, patent and 
settlement, 1. 232; Voyage into 
New England, reprints, extant 
copies, 6. '348, 9. 188. 

Levi, Aaron, and Priestley, 3. 20, 
24. 

Levi, Robert, witnesses Sibley's will, 

2. 170. 

L^vis, Francois G., due de, letters in 
Parkman MSS., 1. 361; papers on 
French and Indian War, 4. 92- 
101; history of papers, 93-94; 
journal of campaigns, 94-96, 100; 
battle of Sainte Foye, 95, 99; 
letters by, 96; journal of Mont- 
calm's campaigns, 96; letters to, 
97 ; relations of campaigns, 98 ; 
instnictions by Montcalm, and 
Vaudreuil, 98 ; letters from French 
court, 99, 100; milit. articles, 99; 
pub. of papers, 4. 308; at Mont- 
real (1760), 5. 376. 

Levitation, instances, 20. 445-447. 



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LEW-LIBRARY 



Lew, Barzillai, recruit (1760); 6. 
426, 429. 

Lew, Primus, of Groton, 6. 429. 

Lewis, Messrs., of Eng., in Mass. 
(1786), 17. 336. 

Lewis, Charles, of Va., business 
character, 15. 136. 

Lewis, Daniel T., works on Boston 
defences (1814), 14. 151; charac- 
terized, 153. ' 

Lewis, Elizabeth [Mrs. Goldthwait], 
port., 14. 57. 

Lewis, Ezekiel, absentee loyalist, 10. 
164. 

Lewis, Francis, Signer, 1. 282. 

Lewis, Sir George Cornewall, and 
mediation programme (1862), 18. 
152, 20. 467. 

Lewis, Hannah [Mrs. Hoppin], 3. 
299. 

Lewis, Job, subscribes to Merchants' 
Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Lewis, John Allen, collection of early- 
Boston imprints, 1. 13, 6. 40; on 
John Foster, 4. 204. 

Lewis, Morgan, in Am. Rev.,* 2. 
452, 454, 461; as general (1813), 
20. 362, 372. 

Lewis, Shubael, drowned, 14. 27. 

Lewis, Theda [Mrs. Ellis], 10. 208. 

Lewis, Thomas, patent (1630), 1. 233 

Lewis, Thomas, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 151. 

Lewis, Winslow, on com. on Boston 
bicentenary, 2. 220; subscription 
to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Lex Mercatoria, 3. 391, 392 n. 

Lexington, Robert Sutton, 2d bar on, 
office (1700), 3. 201. 

Lexington, Mass., services of Chas. 
Hudson, 4. 31; Hudson's History, 
31. See also next title. 

Lexington and Concord, battle of, 
Bedford flag, 2. 165-167; paint- 
ings, 3. 8; centenary, 4. 32; con- 
temp, accounts, 5. 391-395, 10. 
90-91, 11. 304-306, 12. 345. 17. 
288-291, 296; losses, 5. 395-396; 
order for return to Boston, 10. 
20; commemoration of Acton 
participants, 188-193; Groton 
minutemen, 12. 77, 78, 103-105: 
Pres. Langdon on, 18. 208-209; 
Revere's ride, 20. 580-582. 
Lexington Historical Society, and 
Sandham's painting, 3. 8; ser- 
vices of E. G. Porter, 15. 62. 
Ley, William, I^ondon bookseller 

(1641), 12. 219. 
Leyden, G. E. Ellis on, 10. 221; 



members of Pilgrim Company in, 
17. 167-184. 
Libbie, Frederick J, gift to M.H.S., 

17. 230. 
Libby Prison, views, 6. 451. 
Liberia, move to enslave natives, 7. 

264; Liberia Herald, 264. 
Libertas Americana medal, 6. 349. 
Liberty sloop, riot, 10. 67. 
Liberty, schooner on Chesapeake 

(1781 , 6. 156. 
Liberty, holiday to commemorate, 

15. 510. 
^* Liberty," Savage's engraving, 19. 

9, 17. 
Libraries, former mismanagement of 
European public, 1. 266; services 
of Vattemare, 266-269; proper 
function of public, 270; titles and 
analysis of Elder Brewster's, 3. 
26,5-274, 5. 37-85; Aspinwall- 
Barlow, 166, 313-320; Isaac Watts 
on circulating, 9. 368; cats, of 
private, in colon. Mass., 10. 540- 
547, 17. 41-43. See also Biblio- 
graphy, and libraries by name. 
Library of Congress, law library 
(1832), 14. 349, 351; MS. Depart- 
ment, 18. 335-340, 461-465; be- 
ginning, 20. 262, 263; acquires 
Stevens Index-Catalogue, 556- 
559. 
Library of M.H.S. — See also ana- 
lyzed references under Green 

(S. A.), Manuscripts. — Notable 
accessions (1884), 1. 2, 31, 70, 131, 

147, 172,200, 223, 252, 335; (1885), 
362, 365, 374, 2. 64, 70, 101, 118, 

122, 139, 150, 154; (1886), 200, 

257, 258, 261, 393, 3. 2, 56, 63, 

97; (1887), 178,215,319,393,4. 

46; (1888), 91, 92, 141, 157, 158; 

(1889), 5. 2, 155; (1890), 430, 449; 

(1891), 6. 351; (1892), 7. 454; 

(1894), 9. 108; (1895), 10. 256, 292; 

(1896), 441, 468, 472, 569, 11. 67, 

179; (1899), 13. 129, 378; (1900), 

424. 456; (1902), 15. 478, 16. 150, 

251, 291, 477; (1903), 17. 1, 229; 

(1904), 18. 264, 392; (1905), 19. 

168, 273, 304, 389, 394; annual 

reports of Librarian (1884), 1. 

171; (1885), 2. 70; (1886), 393; 

(1887), 3. 281; (1888\ 4. 107; 

(1889), 349; (1890), 5. 449; 

(1891), 6. 415; (1892), 7. 371; 

(1893), 8. 195; (1894), 9. 24; 

(1895). 10. 122; (1896), 568; 

(1897) 11. 331; (1898), 12. 187; 
I (1899); 13. 77; (1900), 14. 141; 



LICENSE-LILLIE 



253 



(1901), 15. 42: (1902), 16. 143; 
(1903), 17. 228; (1904), 18. 286; 
(1905), 19. 222; (1906), 20. 226; 
fund for binding books and MSS., 
1. 172, 175, 19. 305; Savage Fund, 
1. 174; Latham Collection, 200; 
book-plates, 200, 8. 315-320, 335, 
337, 11. 68, 13. 163; list of donors 
(1884-1907), 1. 413, 2. 509, 3. 445, 
4. 419, 6. 483, 6. 521, 7. 467, 8. 563, 
9. 551, 10. 597, 11. 451, 12. 501, 13. 
457, 14. 485, 15. 539, 16. 539, 17. 
533, 18. 473, 19. 567, 20. 597; 
fund for cat. (I860)' 3. 295; corns. 
(1887, '89), 318, 4. 367; suggested 
amendment of by-laws on, 122, 
123; by-laws on, 228-232; special 
com. to examine (1889), 309, 366; 
criticism of condition (1889), 344- 
348; reports of special com., 
proposed improvements, 359-366, 
382-383 ; improvements autho ized 
and made, 383, 5. 285-286, 439; 
books eliminated, 450, 6. 40, 18. 
287, 19. 300 ; annual reports of com. 
to examine (1890), 5. 453; (1891), 
6. 417; (1892), 7. 370; (1893), 8. 
197; (1894), 9. 37; (1895), 10. 136; 
(1896), 571; (1900), 14. 145; 
(1901), 15. 46; (1902), 16. 147; 
(1903), 17. 231; (1904), 18. 288; 
(1905), 19. 225; (1906), 20. 231; 

East sources of growth, 5. 453; 
eld, 454-456, 8. 198-199; cats., 6. 

207, 217, 8. 324-327; Waterston 
Library and Bequest, 171-173, 13. 

208, 17. 235, 20. 83; character of 
bindings, 8. 199; Dr. Green on 
formation and growth, 312-344; 
beginning, 312; locations, 313; 
growth, 314; lost and recovered 
vols., 314, 321-.324, 14. 171-173; 
regulation of circulation, 8. 320; 
maps loaned U. S. govt. , 323 ; place- 
marks, 327-329; recording of gifts, 
329-331; treatment of pamphlets, 
331-333; binding of newspapers, 
334; bequests, 334-336; Prince 
Library, 336; Hutchinson Papers, 
337 ; open hours, 339 ; acknowledg- 
ment of gifts, 340; loss by fire, 
340; furniture, 341; gift of Louis 
XVIII. , 342; important additions, 
342; ''Archives," 343; Librarians 
and Assistants, 343-344 ; — early 
Am. imprints in (to 1700), 9. 410- 
533, 11. 19-22, 12. 27.3-279, 380, 
17. 13-30; author list of such 
imprints, 9. 534-540, 12. 420, 17. 
73; disposal of certain books ad- 



vocated, 10. 571, 16. 147; Sibley 
Collection, 11. 67; Winsor Collec- 
tion, 12. 32, 13. 161-163; arrange- 
ment in new building, 120; sepa- 
rate collections criticized, 15. 47; 
stack system proposed, 47; need 
of purchasing fund, 49; short- 
hand books, 16. 475-476; plan for 
increased space, 19. 225; sale of 
Audubon's Birds, 300; gift to, 
returned, 20. 1. 

License. See Drink. 

Lidgett, Charles, escapes drowning, 
12. 227; on trade com. (1686), 13. 
248 ; Merrimac grant, 255. 

Lidgett, Peter, death, 13. 364. 

"Lie at hull,'' 19. 274-275. 

Life of Faith, authorship and eds., 
18. 468-471. 

Light, Anna, exile in Amsterdam 
(1609), 6. 56. 

Light, Cicely [Mrs. Bassett], 17. 181. 

Light, Henry, exile in Amsterdam 
(1609), 6. 56. 

Light, Mrs. William, character, 19. 
494. 

Lightfoot, Lieut. Philip, duel (1781), 

6. 141. 

Lighthouse, , innkeeper at Bush- 
town, Md. (1804), 2. 33. 

Lightning, freak, 7. 148. 

Lightwood, 2. 22. 

Ligonier, Province of, 1. 232 ; Cleaves's 
claim, 2. 157. 

Ligonier, radeau on Lake Champlain 
(1760), 4. 396, 5. 367, 368, 381. 

Ligurians, imigrations, 12. 108, 109. 

Lilburne, John, conviction and in- 
demnity, 10. '304, 306. 

Lillie, Edward [1], immigrant, 11. 121 ; 
descendants, 122-123. 

Lillie, Edward [? 2], wrecked (1697), 

I. 151, 14. 32. 

Lillie, Elizabeth S. [Mrs. Pierce], 

II. 387. 

Lillie, Major John, biog., 11. 120; 

career, 120-121, 387, 388 n. 
Lillie, Richard, kills Hopkins (1691), 

7. 157. 

Lillie, Samuel, career, 11. 122. 

Lillie, Samuel S., death in Dartmoor 
Prison, 10. 117. 

Lillie, Theophilus [1], career, 11. 
123. 

Lillie, Theophilus [2], and non- 
importation, 10. 73; absentee 
loyahst, 164; confiscated Boston 
estate, 180; ancestry, 11. 123. 

Lillie, Thomas [d. 1704], career, 11. 
122. 



254 



LILLIE-LINSEY 



Lillie, Thomas, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 151. 

lillie family, 11. 120-123. 

Lincoln, , medical student in Ed- 
inburgh (1809), 18. 312. 

Lincoln, Abner, mentioned in J. Q. 
Adams's diary (1787-88), 16. 305, 
309; biog. note, 309 n.; Com- 
mencement part (1788), 439; and 
B K meeting (1788), 450. 

Lincoln, Abraham, and unofficial 
mission to Europe (1861), 1. 205; 
and David Sears, 2. 416-417; 
stumping in Mass. (1848), 416, 
416 w.; South desired election 
(1860), 3. 328; Bullock's attitude, 
328, 333; Emancipation Proc, 
333, 11. 239; milit. capacity, 3. 
334; lock of hair, 9. 267; and 
Peninsular campaign, 10. 430-435, 
488, 440; dubious reminiscences 
concerning, 483; and Va. legisla- 
ture (1865), 484; hist, importance 
of two elections, 11. 114-115; piece 
of rail cut by, 333; phrases re- 
sembling Gettysburg speech, 15. 
92-94; assassination, 184, 185; 
present attitude of South, 18. 237. 

Lincoln, Alexander E., works on 
Boston defences (1814), 14. 151. 

Lincoln, Amos, and Tea Party, 10. 
479; works on Boston defences 
(1814), 14. 151. 

Lincoln, Benjamin [1], in Provincial 
Congress, 1. 194; in Saratoga cam- 
paign, wounded, 3. 107, 6. 95, 98; 
news of victory (1779), 3. 129, 6. 
123; ports., 3. 294, 11. 333, 16. 
146; letter from Prescott (1787) 
on Middlesex insurgents, 4. 158- 
159; at siege of Yorktown, 6. 151, 
155; memoir, 236, 7. 123; in Boston 
society, 10. 102, 103; resignation 
of collectorship, 12. 194; mills, 
16. 339; elected Lieut.-Gov 
(1788), 404, 405, 425; and Boston 
Magazine, 18. 326; articles on 
Hingham and Hull, 328 

Lincoln, Benjamin [2], biog. note, 16. 
371 n. 

Lincoln, Daniel W., Commencement 
part and biog. note, 5. 169, 169 n. 

Lincoln, Enoch, pistols of, 6. 421. 

Lincoln, Frederic W., at Frothing- 
ham's funeral, 1. 392. 

Lincoln, George, 2. 95. 

Lincoln, Hannah (Lincoln), 16. 309 n. 

Lincoln, Rev. Henry, 16. 448, 452; 
biog. note, 448 n. 

Lincoln, Levi [1], papers, 6. 169; 



career, 169; offered justiceship 
(1810), 15. 231-232; and Jefferson, 
232-233; effect of refusal, 233; and 
Duane sedition case, 20. 266. 

Lincoln, Levi [2], at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1830), 5. 202; at 
clags reunion (1831), 208; papers, 
6. 166; hist, influence, of refusal of 
senatorship, 166, 15. 233-237; 
Latin address at Quincy's inaugu- 
ration, 6. 166-168; at Plymouth bi- 
centenarv, 10. 394; and Jackson's 
LL.D., 20. 498, 499, 507. 

Lincoln, Louis, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 151; character- 
ized, 153. 

Lincoln, Mrs. Nancy H. [Mrs. Salis- 
bury] 2. 95. 

Lincoln, Penelope S. [Mrs. Canfield], 
6. 421. 

Lincoln, Solomon [1], in M.H.S. 
group picture (1858), 6. 78; and 
campaign of 1840, 15. 278; letter 
from J. Q. Adams (1836) on war 
power and abolition, 438. 

Lincoln, Solomon [2], commission on 
State statutes at Washington, 1. 
389; elected a member M.H.S., 4. 
1; accepts, 37; on com. on pub. 
of Province Laws, 307; report, 
316; on Nominating Com. (1891- 
1902), 6. 351, 10. 1, 12. 155, 16. 1; 
reports, 6. 419 10. 137, 12. 189, 
16. 147; elected to M.H.S. Coun- 
cil (1892-94), 7. 383, 8. 201, 9. 
39; report on Mass. Soc, 8. 90; 
presents report of Council (1895), 
10. 118-122; remarks, 12. 167, 18. 
59; motions by, 12. 172, 16. 148; 
on J. C. Ropes, 13. 214-218; on 
Horace Gray, 16. 265-267; Me- 
moir OF L. F. Brigham, 535-538. 

Lincoln, Waldo, elected a member 
M.H.S., 17. 235; on Stephen Salis- 
bury, 19> 415-418; on Library 
Com. (1907), 20. 587. 

Lincoln, William, Commencement 
part (1822), 5. 189; biog. note, 
189 n.: memoir, 7. 123. 

Lindsay, William, office-seeker (1789), 
15. 128. 

Lindsey. See also lAndsay, Lindsley, 
Linsey, Linzee. 

Lindsey, Theophilus, and Priestley, 

3. 19, 28, 34. 

Lindsley, Mrs. (?) Harvey, port, of 

Webster owned by, 2. 263. 
Lingan, James M., character, 19. 384. 
Linsev, Peter, in campaign of 1760, 

4. 396. 



LINZEE-LIVERMORE 



255 



Linzee, Hannah [Mrs. Amory], 4. 414. 

Linzee, Capt. John, 4. 414; career, 
10. 19-21; port., 19 n.; sword, 
21; arrest for debt, 34; in Boston, 
72, 76, 90-93; fight with provin- 
cials, 91; offends Rowe, 93. 

Linzee, Robert, and John Linzee, 10. 
19 ; in Boston society, 32, 72. 

Linzee, Samuel Hood, parentage, 10. 
19-21; in Boston (1775), 90, 93. 

Linzee, Susanna (Inman), married 
life, 10. 19-21; port., 19 7?..; men- 
tioned in John Rowe's diary, 32, 
33, 35, 36, 42, 44, 76, 90-93, 105. 

Lion, Boston inn, 4. 243. 

Lion, date of embarkation (1632), 10. 
262. 

Lion and Mortar, Salem inn, 4. 244. 

Lippitt, George W., Commencement 
part (1838), 5. 223. 

Lipscomb, James N., acknowledg- 
ment to, 4. 251 n. 

liiquor. See Drink. 

Lisbon, Conn., in 1795, 3. 44. 

Lisbon, Portugal, social life (1866), 
20. 189. 

Liscom, Major Humphry, death 
(1688), 7. 147. 

Liscomb. See also Lipscomb, liiscom, 
Luscomb. 

Liscomb, Capt. Francis, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 73, 74. 

Lisle, Lady Alicia, executed, 2. 254. 

Lisle, Bridget [Mrs. Hoar], 2. 254. 

Lisle, Catharine, Pilgrim at Ley den, 
17. 179. 

lisle, John, exploded coat-of-arms, 
2. 253; career, 253. 

Lisle, Mary, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 
179. 

liisle. Rose [Mrs. Jennings], 17. 178. 

Lisle, William, Pilgrim at Leyden, 
17. 178. 

Lisle, Sir William, 2. 253. 

Lister, Ensign Jeremy, wounded at 
Lexington, 5. 396. 

Liston, Sir Robert, in 1830, 19. 470, 
474. 

Litant, , prize case 0789), 5. 94. 

Litchfield, Conn., in 1777, 6. 90; in 
1832 19. 532. 

Litchfield Law'School (1808), 4. 55. 

Literature, Augustan Age in U. S., 
7. 8-9; lack of memorials to ce- 
lebrities, 9. See also Books, Drama, 
Language, Poetry, Sagas. 

Lithgow% Col. Arthur, 7. 104. 

Lithgow, Mary [Mrs. Devens], 7. 
104. 

Little, , of Va. (1788), 17. 496. 



Little, Ephraim, loyalist refugee, 2. 
234. 

Little, Ezeldel, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 152; character- 
ized, 153; teacher, 18. 93. 

Little, George, succored by Creve- 
coeur, 20. 47, 53. 

Little, Isaac, captured (1758), 6. 33. 

Little, John, loyalist refugee, 2. 234. 

Little, Dr. Moses, J. Q. Adams's 
characterization, 16. 300 n. ; biog. 
note, 300 n. ; mentioned in 
Adams's diary (1787-88), 300, 315. 
319, 326-330, 346-349, 352-357, 
361, 364-369, 378, 381, 387, 389, 
394, 399, 400, 415, 440, 442, 448; 
exhibition part (1786), 342 n.; in- 
oculated, 417, 420, 424. 

Little, Nathaniel, guest of Old Colony 
Club, 3. 427. 

Little, Peabody, loyalist refugee, 2. 
235. 

Little, Thomas [1], loyalist refugee, 
2. 234. 

Little, Thomas [2], loyalist refugee, 
2. 234. 

Little, Tristram, subscribes to Mer- 
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Little, W. Jay, photog. by, 16. 146. 

Little, William Henry, loyalist ref- 
ugee, 2. 235. 

Little Bytham, Eng., church, 1. 133. 

Little Cambridge (Brighton), Mass. 
(1776), 6. 79. 

Little Charles, admiralty case, 14. 325. 

Littlefield, Edmund, death of chil- 
dren (1707, '08), 14. 22, 25. 

Littlefield, George E., bookseller, 4. 
200; mistake on Saml. Gerrish, 
14. 35 n. 

Littlefield, George F., gift to M.H.S., 
9. 28. 

Littlefield, Noah M., non-consump- 
tion agreement (1786), 8. 497. 

Littlejohn, , baker, of Edinburgh 

(1830), 19. 474. ^ 

Littleton, Nathaniel, of Accomac, 
Va., 3. 5. 

Littleton, Mass., in 1790, 4. 136; in 
1776. 6. 80; recruit (1760), 429. 

Lively, Brit, war-ship (1774), 10. 84. 

Livermore, Abiel A., Divinity School 
part, 19. 363. 

Livermore, Arthur, letters from Salma 
Hale, 3. 275. 

Livermore, Charles, death, 5. 198. 

Livermore, Charles W., on disposi- 
tion of ancient wreck, 4. 216-218. 

Livermore, Daniel, journal of Sulli- 
van's expedition, 2. 438. 



256 



LIVERMORE-LODGE 



Livermore, George, meeting of 
M.H.S. at house of, 3. 53; in 
M.H.S., 5. 118, 123, 19. 83-86; 
port., 6. 65, 19. 83, 86, 224; in 
M.H.S. group picture (1858), 6. 78; 
M.H.S. circular letter (1857), 213; 
reprinted M.H.S. papers, 236-237; 
and Dowse Library and Bequest, 
273, 19. 83, 86; and Chas. Deane, 
7. 48, 53, 82; note on death of 
Thos. Dowse, 19. 84; son's tribute 
to, 84-86; influence, 85; as 
merchant, 85. 

Livermore, Isaac, in Mass. Conven. 
(1853), 18. 34. 

Livermore, Samuel, of Waltham, 
7. 387. 

Livermore , Thomas Leonard , elected 
a member M.H.S., 14. 386; list 
of publications (1902-05), 16. 129, 
19. 205; Number in Confederate 
ARMY, 18. 432-434; remarks, 
471, 20. 525; elected to M.H.S. 
Council (1905, '06), 19. 226, 20. 
232; signs memorial on Constitu- 
tion, 5; Appomattox campaign, 
87-112; on Nominating Com. 
(1907), 587. 

Livermore, William Roscoe, elected 
a member M.H.S., 11. 286; re- 
marks, 385; on his hist, atlas of 
migrations in Europe, 12. 108-111, 

18. 290-291; on Geo. Livermore, 

19. 84-86. 

Liverpool, Eng., in 1853, 10. 516; and 

slave-trade (1782), 17. 417; social 

life (1830), 19. 465; opening of 

railway, 466. 
Liverpool, N. S., Congregational 

church (1770), 4. 69. 
Livesey, Ann [I-<ady Sprignall], 2. 254. 
Livesey, Sir Michael, exploded coat- 

of-arms, 2. 250. 
livingston. See also liivingstone. 
Livingston (Levenston), , of 

Poughkeepsie (1777), 6. 101. 
Livingston, Brockholst, Marshall on 

successor, 14. 333. 
Livingston, Edward, Mignet on, 1. 

144; and Jay Treaty, 15. 155; Wm. 

Duane on cabal (1810), 20. 338. 
Livingston, Col. James, in assault on 

Quebec, 2. 293. 
Livingston, Capt. John, at Quebec 

(1705), 5. 422. 
Livingston, John H., 2. 454. 
Livingston, John R., 2. 10. 
Livingston, Philip, Signer, 1. 281. 
Livingston, Robert R., and Priestley, 

3. 37; and recall of Dana, 8. 180. 



Livingston, William (1754), 7. 339. 
Livingstone, Johanna, of Braintree, 

6. 48. 

Livius, Peter, and John Sullivan, 1. 

55; and Am. prisoners at Quebec, 

2. 296, 299. 
Livius, Titus, on Roman method of 

registering years, 4. 101. 
Lloyd, , at Charles CarrolPs 

(1804), 2. 16. 
Lloyd, Edward, sea-captain (1691), 

7. 159, 160, 164, 165. 

Lloyd, Henry, at funeral of Ed. 
Winslow, 3. 93. 

Lloyd, James, on trade com. (1686), 
13. 248. 

Lloyd, James, port., 9. 27; purchases 
confiscated Boston estate, 10. 170. 

Lloyd, Senator James, of Md , death, 
13. 313. 

Lloyd, Lodo., Boston bookseller 
(1657), 9. 415. 

Lloyd, Capt. Richard, in Am. army 
(1779), 3. 126. 

Lloyd, Thomas, in West's picture of 
Penn's tfeatv, 15. 365. 

Lloyd, Dr. William, keeps a carriage 
(1768), 1. 225; member of Boston 
Fire Club, 10. 38. 

Local government, reception of royal 
charter in Eng., 8. 19. See also 
Town. 

Locke, James, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. 

Locke, Pres Samuel, as undergradu- 
ate, 14. 201 ; Langdon's eulogy on, 
18. 206; Ezra Stiles on, 210; as 
Pres , 257 ; letters to Ed. Wiggles- 
worth (1760) on marriage, 257. 

Locker, Dionis (Warde), 1. 138. 

Lockwood, Goodman, of Conn. (1647), 
6. 5. 

Lockwood, Samuel, captured at Que- 
bec, 2. 295; in irons, 298. 

Lodge, Henry Cabot, list of publica- 
tions (1883-1906), 1. 169, 2. 68, 4. 
348. 6. 440, 7. 369, 8. 185, 10. 555, 
11. 318, 12. 175, 13. 66, 14. 129, 15. 
30, 16. 129, 17. 214, 20. 208; port, 
of Webster owned by, 2. 264; at 
centenary of Washington's inaugu- 
ration, 4. 371; reprinted M.H.S. 
papers, 6. 237; junior member 
M.H.S., 9. 94; on U. S. and Cuba 
(1825), 12. 360; gift to M.H.S., 
16. 145; on Union as compact, 152, 
155, 17. 106; and preservation of 
Constitution, 18. 331; on G. F. 
Hoar, 385-390, 19. 267; com- 
municates letters of Mrs. Kirkland, 



LODGE-LONGLEY 



257 



440-504; letter on the Langdons, 

20. 5. 
Lodge John, engraving of battle of 

Bunker Hill, 2. 395. 
Lodge, Sir Oliver, on occultism, 20. 

445, 
Lodomck, Christian, Letter (1692), 

9.493; Quakerreplyto, 12. 391. 
Logan, George, and Pa. politics 

(1802), 20. 297. 
Logan, James, in West's picture of 

Penn's treaty, 15. 365; anecdote, 

366. 
Logan, John A., at Columbia, 15. 

266, 272; and Gen. Sherman, 16. 

468. 
Loggars, , London tailor (1695), 

2. 175. 
Lok, Michael, St. Lawrence region on 

map, 7. 311; and Verrazano Sea, 

8. 76; recognition of Cabot's voy- 
age, 11. 162. 
Lomax, John T., Harvard LL.D. 

(1847), 5. 253. 
Lombroso, Cesar, and levitation, 20. 

446. 
London, meaning of name, 16. 470; 

social life (1830), 19. 458-465, 

475-479. 
London Gazette, value on colon, hist , 

4. 291; Am. reprint (1684), 9. 
467. 

London Times, Stephen's pamphlet 
on attitude of, during Civil War, 
18. 255. 

Long, Deborah, death (1678), 7. 170. 

Long, John Davis, delivers Win- 
throp's oration, 2. 68; communica- 
tion from, 11. 305; candidacy for 
Gov. (1879), 404; and preservation 
of Constitution, 18. 331; elected a 
member M.H.S., 19. 1; remarks, 
299, 303; on J. M. Barker, 309-311. 

Long, Katherine (Gushing), 1. 137. 

Long, Michael, of Charlestown, 7. 
170. 

Long, Robert, agreement as Win- 
throp's creditor, 11. 186. 

Long, Zachariah, land (1684), 9. 195; 
on trade com. (1686), 13. 248. 

Long Bridge, onChickahominy (1781), 
6. 144. 

Long Island, Maverick's account 
(1660), 1. 245-246; settlements 
and ministers (1650), 2. 49; Am. 
raid (1778), 3. 120; ilUcit trade 
(1708), 4. 149; and go\ii. of neigh- 
boring isles (1683), 290; papers 
concerning Conn, claim (1662-63), 

5. 291; papers on, and Dutch 



reconquest (1673-74), 293-294; 
Winthrop Papers concerning (1664- 
1701), 305-306; views of battle of , 
10. 103; and N. Y. govt. (1674), 
13. 398. 

Long Island Historical Society, Win- 
throp Papers deposited with, 5. 
305-306. 

Long Island Sound, whale-boat priva- 
teers, 1. 18. 

Longevity, case, 3. 369. 

Longfellow, Frances E. (Appleton), 
marriage and death, 8. 153. 

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, on 
Endicott,2. 98; M.H.S, meeting at 
house of, 3. 53; called ''American 
Lamartine," 56; ancestry, 401 n., 
8. 152; port., 4. 109; in M.H.S. 
group picture (1858), 6. 78; me- 
moir reassigned, 7. 6; Memoir by 
H. E. Scudder, 8. 152-167; port., 
152; birth, 152; education, 152; 
in Europe, 152, 153, 12. 366; pro- 
fessor, 8. 152, 153, 156; marriages, 
152, 153; Cambridge home, 153; 
death, 153; honors, 153; in M.H.S., 
154; first poetic period, 154; lit- 
erary aspirations, 154-156; prose 
writings, 156, 159; poetic transla- 
tions, 157, 163; first book of 
poems, 158-159; ballads, 159; 
and slavery, 160 ; Christus as mag- 
num opus, 160-162; other long 
poems, 162; translation of Dante, 
163; Michael Angela as apologia, 
164-166; character, im,—0BK 
poem (1833), 9. 124; biog. note, 
124 n. ; hymns, 17. 138 ; and Eman- 
cipation Concert, 20. 248 ; in college, 
563-564; tributes to, as poet, 
564-574; C. E. Norton on poetry 
of, 564 ; as national poet, 564-569 ; 
basis of popularity, 565-566, 572; 
cosmopolitan culture, 566; whole- 
someness, 567; as metricist, 568; 
literary tact, 569-571 ; as chil- 
dren's poet, 571; confused with 
Joshua Coffin, 573; hist, inac- 
curacies in Evangeline, 574-576; 
in Miles Standish, 576-578; in Sir 
Christopher, 578-580; in Paul Re- 
vere' s Ride, 580-582. 

Longfellow, Stephen, 3. 401, 8. 152; 
and class reunion (1848), 6. 255. 

Longfellow, William, immigrant, 8. 
152. 

Longfellow, Zilpah (Wadsworth), 3. 
401 n., 8. 152. 

Longley, James W., Mass. descent, 
18. 371. 



258 



LONGLEY-LOSSING 



Longlev, Lydia [Mrs. Famsworth], 

12. 75. 
Longley, Mary (Parker), funeral, 12. 

89. 
Longley, Zachariah, on Indian scout 

(1748), 6. 431. 
Longwood, Brookline, development, 

S. 412-413; Sears's chapel, 419- 

422. 
Lonsdale, Sir John Lowther, viscount, 

and Lord Cutts, 2. 191. 
Lonsdafe, R. I., disinterment of re- 
mains of Wm. Blackstone, 2. 480. 
Lopez Patino, Andres, in Menendez's 

expedition, 8. 423, 424. 
Lord, Arthur, on com. on records of 

Old Colony Club, 3. 381; Memoir 

OF Williams Latham, 4. 195-198; 

on pub. of Province Laws, 307; 

on Library Com. (1890), 5. 347; 

report, 452; on Auditing Com. 

(1892, 1901-03), 7. 335, 15. 2, 16. 

I, 17. 228; reports, 7. 382, 15. 42, 
16. 143, 17. 228; on seals of Ply- 
mouth Patent, 8. 283-284; elected 
to M.H.S. Council (1894-96), 9. 
39, 10. 137, 573; junior member 
M.H.S.,9.94; motion on Ellis Fund, 
10; 404; remarks, 11. 238; on Nom- 
inating Com. (1897, '99, 1903, '06), 
268, 13. 1, 17. 129, 20. 87; reports, 

II. 335, 13. 80, 17. 233, 20. 231; 
presents report of Council (1897), 
11. 313; thanks to, for services in 
Council, 335; on Building Com., 
336; on com. on memorial ed. of 
Bradford and Winthrop, 12. 172, 
260; on com. to pub. Trumbull 
Papers, 15. 25; and return of Brad- 
ford MS., 80; publication (1902), 
16. 129; gifts to M.H.S., 145, 18. 
264; at Acadia tercentenary, 371; 
Gen. John Thomas, 419-432. 

Lord, Rev. Benjamin, Isaac Watts 

on, 9. 405. 
Lord, Daniel, Story on (1844), 14. 424. 
liOrd, Elisha, guest of Old Colony 

Club, 3. 399, 413. 
Lord, George C, money gift to M. H. S., 

3. 254. 
Lord, Hepsea [Mrs. Waterston], 8. 

292. 
Lord, James, death in Am. army 

(1775), 7. 402. 
Lord, Rev. Joseph, letter to Thos. 

Prince (1733) on duty of ministers, 

4.311-313. 
Lord, Nathaniel, at class reunion 

(1848), 5. 255-258; hymn for 

reunion, 256. 



Lord, Nathaniel J., and W. C. Endi- 
cott, 16. 526. 

Lord, Otis P., and Amherst College, 
3. 323; lawyer, 4. 211; in Mass. 
Conven. (1853), 18. 34, 37. 

Lord, Richard, Atherton Co., 2. 152. 

Lord, Robert, petition (1637), 3. 199; 
Ipswich town clerk (1667), 6. 
476. 

Lord, Robert, recaptures ship from 
privateers (1800), 2. 381 n. 

Lord Chatham, armed sloop (1771), 
3. 388. 

Lord Gordon riots, Edmund Pendle- 
ton on, 19. 115. 

Lord Hyde, packet-boat (1770), 16. 
224. 

Loring, , 2. 238; law suit with 

Robie, 10. 408-411. 

Loring, Charles Greely[l], and Ursu- 
line Convent riot, 3. 216; on Judge 
Bigelow, 6. 469, 476; reprinted 
M.H.S. paper, 6. 237; subscription 
to Boston dinner (1830), 342; and 
change in B K constitution, 15. 
205 ri.; gift to M.H.S. from chil- 
dren of, 18. 188. 

Loring, Charles Greely [2], elected a 
member M.H.S., 3. 178; accepts, 
215; on alleged Sharpless ports., 
184, 215; M.H.S. tributes to, 16. 
252, 268-271; in M.H.S., 252; 
and Egyptian antiquities, 268, 269 ; 
in Civil War, 269; services to Mu- 
seum of Fine Arts, 269-271; 
memoir assigned to E. J. Young, 
291. 

Loring, Edward, consul at Malaga, 
16. 474. 

Loring, Elijah, subscription for 
M.H.S. building, 3. 291. 

Loring, Rev. Israel, and relief for 
witchcraft sufferers, 1. 97, 116; or- 
dained, 158. 

Loring, John A., card on Gilchrist 
(1860), 14. 85 n. 

Loring, Jonathan, Boston constable 
(1708), 16. 522. 

Loring, Joshua [1], absentee loyalist, 
10. 164; confiscated Mass. estate, 
180. 

Loring, Joshua [2], absentee loyalist, 
10. 164. 

Loring, William C, and J. C. Ropes, 
14.237; on Horace Gray, 18. 165- 
168. 

Lossing, Benson John, on date of 
signing of Declaration, 1. 274; on 
plan for quatercentenary of dis- 
covery of Am., 363; wrong tabula- 



LOT-LOTHROP 



259 



tion of Continental army, 2. 206; 
death announced, 6. xx, 518. 

Lot, use in Athens, 6. 385-386. 

Lothrop, See also Lathrop. 

Lothrop, , of Norwich; Conn., 

in Eng. (1744), 9. 405. 

Lothrop, , of Gilead, at Am. camp 

(1775), 7. 409. 

Lothrop, Alice L. (Webb), 3. 170. 

Lothrop, Ansell, 2. 147, 3. 385. 

Lothrop, Barnabas, named for Mass. 
Council (1691), 14. 217. 

Lothrop, Caleb, 3. 385. 

Lothrop, Elizabeth, letter of recom- 
mendation to Saybrook church 
(1650), 3. 200. 

Lothrop, Harriet [Mrs. Robbins], 3. 
385. 

Lothrop, Isaac [1], 3. 384. 

Lothrop, Isaac [2], in 1783, 2. 147; 
biog. note, 3. 384; autog., 389; 
member of Old Colony Club, 389; 
record of attendance, 389-435; 
pres. of Club; 406 n. ; member of 
Plymouth Com. of Corresp., 441 n.; 
withdraws from Club, 441 n. ; me- 
moir, 7. 123; in Boston society, 10. 
33, 83. 

Lothrop, Jerusha (Kirkland), char- 
acter, 3. 161. 

Lothrop, Rev. John, at Barnstable, 

2. 48. 

Lothrop, John H., career and char- 
acter, 3. 161. 

Lothrop, Lydia [Mrs. Beadle], 2. 147, 
149. 

Lothrop, Lydia (Goodwin), 3. 385. 

Lothrop, Mary [Mrs Cushman], 3. 
385. 

Lothrop, Mary (Thompson), 2. 147. 

Lothrop, Mary L. (Buckminster), 
character, 3. 163, 165; marriage, 
165; death, 170. 

Lothrop, Melatiah, guest of Old 
Colony Club, 3. 411. 

Lothrop, Dr. Nathaniel, guest of Old 
Colony Club, 3. 390, 401, 406-413, 
418, 420, 433, 435; biog. note, 
403 n., 5. 209 n.; host of Club, 3. 
419. 

Lothrop, Samuel (1650), 3. 200. 

Lothrop , Samuel Kirkland, inM. H.S. 
group pictures (1869), 3. vii; 
(1858), 6. 78; M.H.S. tributes to, 

3. 57, 58, 62-63; bequeaths port, of 
Saml. Cooper, 57, 277; character, 
62; religion, 62; in M.H.S., 63, 
177 ; as hist, student, 63 ; Memoir 
by A. P. Peabody, 161-177; port. 
and AUTOG., 161; ancestry, 161; 



birth, 162; with Pres. Kirkland, 
162; education, 162; meets future 
wife, 163 ; in college, 163 ; in Divin- 
ity School, 163; agent for Unitarian 
Assoc, 164; and slavery, 164; and 
Beverly pastorate, 164; pastorate 
at Dover, 164; first marriage, 165; 
pastor of Brattle Square Church, 
166; parsonage, 167; extra-paro- 
chial labor, 167; on school com., 
168; and Congreg. Charitable Soc, 
168; and Soc. for Propagating 
Gospel among Indians, 168; char- 
ity and hospitality, 169 ; and Darby 
Vassall, 169; change of parsonage, 
170; death of wife, 170; second 
marriage, 170; country residence, 
170; travel, 170: decline of church, 
171 ; and new church building 172 ; 
q^uestion of colleague, 172; resigna- 
tion, 173-174; in retirement, 175; 
death, 175; as preacher, 175-176; 

. professional reputation, 176; chil- 
dren, 176; pub. works, 177; hon- 
orary degrees, 177; societies, 177; — 
as chaplin of Cadets, 6. 34; re- 
printed M.H.S. paper, 237; and 
memoir of Thos. Aspinwall, 7. 30; 
Librarian M.H.S., 8. 343; at Ply- 
mouth anniversary (1845), 10. 395 ; 
on Emerson as tutor, 14. 201; 
dress (1817), 202; on his entrance 
examinations, 203; in Mass. Con- 
ven. (1853), 18. 34, 36. 

Lothrop, Seth, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 151. 

Lothrop, Susannah W. [Mrs. Cush- 
man], 3. 385. 

Lothrop, Thomas, biog. note, 3. 385; 
AUTOG., 389; member of Old 
Colony Club, 389 ; record of attend- 
ance, 389-440; secretary, 406; 
treasurer, 419; withdraws from 
Club, 441 n. ; on Plymouth Com. 
of Corresp., 441 n. 

Lothrop , Thornton Kirkland, elected 
a member M.H.S., 4. 336; on Au- 
diting Com. (1890), 5. 347; report, 
448; on Nominating Com. (1892, 
'95, '98, 1905, '07), 7. 335, 10. 1, 
12. 155, 18. 454, 20. 587; reports, 
7. 382, 10. 137, 12. 189, 19. 
226 ; on com. to sell Tremont Street 
property, 10. 299; elected to 
M.H.S.*^ Council (1896, '97, 1900- 
'02), 573, 11. 335, 14. 146, 15. 
51, 16. 148; publication ri897), 11. 
318; gift to M.H.S., 334; enter- 
tains M.H.S., 336; on John Lowelly 
414-417; and Fenw^ay building, 



260 



LOTTERY-LOWDEN 



12. 1, 191, 13. 64; on Theo. 
Lyman, 12. 14; remarks, 292, 14. 
424, 15. 24; on C. H. Hill, 12. 
373-377 ; on com. on annual meet- 
ing (1899), 13. 1; on House Com. 
(1899, 1905, '06), 165, 19. 273, 20. 
245; on W. C. Endicott, 14. 164- 
167; Memoir of John Lowell, 
177-188; Memoir of Augustus 
Lowell, 15. 169-179; on C. G. 
Loring, 16. 268-271. 

Lottery, Boston, 10. 56. 

Loubier, Anthony, prize case (1746), 

5. 89.' 

Loubier, Henry, prize case (1746), 5. 
89. 

Loubier, John, prize case (1746), 5. 
89. 

Loud, John J., gift to M.H.S., 12. 189. 

Louden. See also Lowden. 

Louden, John, at siege of Boston, 9. 
68. 

Louis XIV. of France, commemora- 
tive medals, 1. 13. 

Louis XVI. of France, and Am. Rev., 
4. 39; Bowdoin on gratitude to 
(1780), 8. 290. 

Louis XVIII. of France, medal, 

6. 416; gift to M.H.S. Library, 8. 
342. 

Louis Philippe, copy of proclamation 
(1830), 1. 131. 

Louisburg, paper in Parkman MSS. 
on siege (1745), 4. 46; briefs of 
prize case concerning capture, 5. 
92-94; medal to commemorate 
capture (1758), 6. 416; Belcher on 
capture, 9. 13; medal from cannon 
captured at, 10. 293; journals 
of siege (1745), 11. 422; Dudley 
Bradstreet's diary, 423-446; ren- 
dezvous at Gut of Canso, 423-424 ; 
landing, 425; capture of Grand 
Battery, 425; capture of French 
relief ship, 429; attacks on Island 
Battery, 430; surrender, 435; 
occupation, 435-446; views of 
siege (1758), 14. 144; photog. of 
present ruins, 144; Whitefield and 
expedition (1745), 17. 88-89. 

Louisburg, N. C, in 1804, 21. 

Louisiana, Penicaut's Relation, 6. 
392. See also next title, and 
South. 

Louisiana Purchase, Jefferson on 
westward extent, 5. 17; paper on 
moral issue, 18. 48-59; violation 
of Constitution, 49, 51-53; as 
precedent, 52; and opposition to 
extension of slavery, 54-56; if 



acquired by Eng., 56; J. Q. Adams 

on right to govern, 19. 541-542. 
Louisville, J. F. Clarke and Unitarian 

Church, 4. 324-325; in 1836, 7. 

286-289. 
L'Ouverture. See Toussaint. 
Love, , innkeeper at Coventry 

(1779), 6. 130. 
Love, Rev. Christopher, scaffold 

speech, 13. 127. 
Love, John, London bookseller, 4. 

221. 
Love, John, Anti-Federalist, 17. 507. 
Loveioy, , innkeeper in western 

Mass. (1760), 4. 389. 
Loveland, Asa, death at siege of 

Boston, 7. 411. 
Lovell, Abigail [Mrs. Pierce], 3. 51 n. 
Lovell, James, notices on assum- 
ing Boston coUectorship (1809), 

12. 194. 
Lovell, John, member of Boston Fire 

Club, 10. 38. 
Lovell, Capt. Joseph, of Med way, 

3. 51, 52. 

Lovell, Gen. Solomon, Penobscot ex- 
pedition, 12. 200-202. 

Loverin, Abigail, book owned by, 17. 
57. 

Lovering, , of Boston, drowned 

(1700), 14. 19. 

Lovering, Joseph, on Northern Lights, 
2. 105; Master's oration (1836), 5. 
217. 

Lovering, Philip [1], of Eng., will 
(1680), 1. 137. 

Lovering, Philip [2], 1. 137. 

Lovewell, Capt John. See next title. 

Lovewell's War, locality of Love- 
well's Fight, 3. 259; Ft. Dummer, 
6.359-371; peace, 371-372; eds. 
of Symmes's sermon and account 
of fight, 11. 179-182. 

Loving, , of Isle of Wight (1695), 

2. 180. 

Low. See also Lowe. 

Low, , at Charles CarrolPs (1804), 

2. 16. 

Low, Mrs., of New York (1804), 
2 9. 

Low, Elizabeth (Wilson), biog. note, 

4. 161 n. 

Low, John, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 152. 

Low, John F., witness (1789), 19. 181. 

Low, Samuel, 4. 161. 

Lowden. See also Louden. 

Lowden, John, death (1678), 7. 170. 

Lowden, Richard, of Charlestown, 7. 
146; selectman (1690), 152. 



LOWE-LOWELL 



261 



Lowe, Charles, Commencement part 
(1847), 6. 252 ; biog. note, 
252 n, 

Lowell, Abbott Lawrence, elected a 
member M.H.S., 6. 196; list of 
publications (1891-1903), 405, 11. 
318, 17. 214; on Library Com. 
(1892), 7. 335; report, 370; junior 
member M.H.S., 9. 94; on com. 
on Pickering Papers, 97; Memoir 
OF E. J. Lowell, 541-549; on 
Auditing Com. (1895-97), 10. 1, 
442, 11. 268; reports, 10. 136, 
567, 11. 331; elected to M.H.S. 
Council (1896, '97), 10. 573, 11. 
335; remarks, 74, 233, 385, 14. 
360, 16. 95; Memoir of J. R. 
Lowell, 11. 75-102; on F. A. 
Walker, 216-218; motion on in- 
creasing MSS. of M.H.S., 12. 166; 
on MSS. Com., 169, 264, 352; on 
Building Com., 191, 13. 64; report 
on MSS., 12. 261-263; on range of 
M.H.S. activities, 296; on Nomi- 
nating Com. (1899-1902), 13. 1, 

15. 2, 16. 1; reports, 13. 80, 15. 
51, 16. 147; on com. on meeting of 
Am. Hist. Assoc, 13. 208; memoir 
of Augustus Lowell assigned to, 14. 
303 ; presents gift from Mrs. Bangs, 

16. 232. 

Lowell, Anna C, letters to Mrs. Anne 
Grant (1809-10), 18. 302-317; 
Mrs. Grant on, 303, 311 n.; biog. 
note, 304. 

Lowell, Augustus, and Lowell Lec- 
tures, 12. 121, 15. 175-178; elected 
a member M.H.S., 14. 1; M.H.S. 
tribute to, 266; in M.H.S., 266; 
memoir assigned to A. L. Lowell, 
303; Memoir by T. K. Lothrop, 
16. 169-179; port, and autog., 
169; ancestry, 169-170; birth, 
170; education, 170; travel, 171, 
172; in business, 171, 172; in 
father's office, effect on character, 
172; societies, 173; services to 
Technology, 173-175; character, 
178; death, 179. 

Lowell, Charles, subscription for 
M.H.S. building, 3. 291; in 
M.H.S., 5. 5; Harvard D.D. 
(1823), 191; reprinted M.H.S. 
paper, 6. 237; B K prayer (1816), 
9. 115; anecdote, 258; port., 10. 
125; character, 11. 75; and 
change in B K constitution, 15. 
205 n. ; Edinburgh friends, 18. 312 ; 
at bicentenary of N. Eng. Confed., 
19. 361. 



Lowell, Charles Russell, college hon- 
ors, 20. 182. 
Lowell, Edward Jackson [H. C. 
1822], career, 9. 542. 

Lowell, Edward Jackson [H. C. 
1867], elected a member M.H.S., 
1. 298; accepts, 335; on Hessian 
deserters, 2. 167; on Auditing 
Com. (1886), 225; report, 403; 
on German MSS. sources on Am. 
Rev., 3. 219-221; on Nominating 
Com. (1887, '94), 254, 8. 504; re- 
ports, 3. 297, 9. 39; on com. on 
Pickering Papers, 3. 277; reports, 
4. 77, 6. 187; Memoir of L. M. 
Sargent, 3. 309-312; on com. 
to present resolves on Attucks 
Memorial, 318; communicates let- 
ter of Hessian recruit, 4. 2-12; 
on Library Com. (1889), 309; re- 
port, 359, 382; elected to M.H.S. 
Council (1890-92), 5. 457, 6. 420, 
7. 383; on com. on Delftshaven 
Memorial, 6. 1, 40; remarks, 7. 
317; presents report of Council 
(1893), 8. 182; publication (1893), 
185; M.H.S. tributes to, 9. 96, 10. 
119; Memoir by A. L. Lowell, 9.^ 
541-549; port, and autog., 541; 
birth and ancestry, 541-542; edu- 
cation, 542, 543; in Europe, 542, 
544, 547; poetry, 543; marriages, 
544 ; in business, 544 ; lawyer, 544 ; 
Hessians and other Auxiliaries, 545, 
18. 249-250; makes history life's 
work, 9. 545; Eve of French Rev., 
546-547; death, 548; in M.H.S., 
548; other societies, 548; other 
writings, 548; character, 549. 

Lowell, Elizabeth (Jones), 9. 544. 

Lowell, Elizabeth C. (Putnam), 12. 
127. 

Lowell, Frances (Dunlap), 11. 89; 
death, 100. 

Lowell, Francis Cabot [1] [H. C. 
1793], at Harvard Commencement 
(1815), 5. 180; career, 9. 541, 15. 
171 ; goes abroad (1810), 18. 
313. 

Lowell, Francis Cabot [2], career, 9. 
542. 

Lowell, Francis Cabot [H. C. 1876], 
elected a member M.H.S., 10. 404; 
accepts, 441; on Library Com. 
(1896), 442; report, 571; on Nom- 
inating Com. (1897), 11. 268; re- 
port, 335;' Memoir of F. A. 
Walker, 13. 303-309; on Roger 
Woicott, 14. 391-393; remarks, 
445. 



262 



LOWELL 



Lowell, Hannah (Jackson), Anna C. 
Lowell on, 18. 313. 

Lowell, Harriet T. (Spence), 11. 75. 

Lowell, James Russell, letter (1884) 
on identity of E. B. Jarvis, 
1. 229; at Emmanuel College 
tercentenary, 2. 68, 121; gifts to 
M.H.S., 155, 4. 55; on Mrs. 
Bryan W. Proctor, 2. 155; and 
gift from Conde de Toreno, 156; 
on ancestry of Saxe, 167 ; on C. F. 
Adams, 3. 149-152; verses on 
Adams, 151 n. ; list of publications 
(1887, '88), 280, 4. 106; at cen- 
tenary of Washington's inaugura- 
tion, 371; reprinted M.H.S. paper, 
6. 237; M.H.S. tributes to, 7. 1-6, 
366; in M.H.S., 1; rounded-out 
career, 4; knowledge of N. Eng. 
life, 5; scholarship, 6; memoirs by, 
unfinished, 6 ; on original intention 
of founders of Mass., 197 n.; on 
Harvard ''University," 8. 261; 
views on Hugh and Emmanuel 
Downing, 406; these views con- 
sidered, 487-496; anecdote, 9. 
25Q; and proposed increase in 
' M.H.S. membership (1877), 10. 
318, 319; and Adantic. Monthly 11. 
55, 89; Memoir by A. L. Lowell, 
75-102; PORT., 75; parents, 75, 
77; birth, 75; environment, 75, 
100, 101; fondness for nature, 76; 
education, 76; class poem, early 
conservatism, 77; ideas on min- 
istry, 78 ; law student, 78 ; literary 
instinct, 78; first book of poems, 
78; and Abolitionists, 79-81, 86, 
94; influence of Emerson, 79; of 
firts wife, 80; Pioneer Magazine, 
80; literary essays, 80, 89, 94; 
children, 80, 81, 87; Biglow 
Papers, 82-83; Vision of Sir 
Launfal, 83; antislaverjr poems, 
83 ; period of greatest activity, 83, 
84; use of humor, 84; finances, 
85; ''Nooning," 86, 95; trips 
abroad, 87, 94 ; death of first wife, 
87; as Harvard professor, 87-89; 
second marriage, 89; second series 
of Biglow Papers, 90; Cominemo- 
ration Ode, 91-93 ; polit. essays, 93 ; 
editor of N. Am. Review, 94; Ca- 
thedral, 94; honorary degrees, 95; 
and Agassiz, 95; sense of unful- 
filled promise, 95; and polit. cor- 
ruption, 96; in politics, 96, 101; 
Minister to Spain, 97-98; and to 
Gt. Bn., 98-100; and democracy, 
99; oration at Harvard's 250th 



anniversary, 100; decline and 
death, 102 ; — humorous account of 
smuggling at Madrid, 208; in 
Friday Club, 14. 473, 16. 465; in- 
fluence of Eng. mission on literary 
fame, 15. 238; Scudder's biog., 16. 
130, 17. 157; and Earl Granville, 
20. 456. 

Lowell, Rev. John [1] [H. C. 1721], 
career and character, 12. 113, 15. 
169. 

Lowell, Judge John [2], N. C. lands, 
8. 181; lawyer in admiralty trial 
(1776), 10. 102; at Boston dinner 
(1776), 103; Boston estate, 11. 
311; career, 12. 113, 15. 169; 
Roxbury estate, 14. 47 n. ; ad- 
dresses to Hutchinson and Gage 
(1774), 50 n., 51 n.) as lawyer, 16. 
341. 

Lowell, John [3], autog., 1. 365; agri- 
cultural editor, 3. 99; subscription 
for M.H.S. building, 291; repnnted 
M.H.S. paper, 6. 237; memoir of 
D. A. Tyng, 7. 125; career, 12. 114, 
15. 170; B K oration (1787), 16. 
312; as Federalist, 312 n.; and 
La Purchase, 18. 49. 

Lowell, John [d. 1836], career, and 
Lowell Institute, 9. 541, 12. 119. 

Lowell, John [H. C. 1843], on 
Nominating Com. (1885, '90, '95), 
2. 4, 5. 347, 10. 1 ; reports, 2. 79, 
6. 456, 10. 137; elected to 
M.H.S. Council (1887-89), 3. 298, 
4. 119, 366; on Finance Com. 
(1887, '89), 3. 318, 4. 367; on com. 
on pub. of Province Laws, 307, 316; 
on P. W. Chandler, 382; Com- 
mencement part, 5. 237; presents 
report of Council (1890), 438; 
reprinted M.H.S. paper, 6. 237; on 
Leverett Saltonstall, 10. 139; Me- 
moir OF Edward Bangs, 311-314; 
M.H.S. tributes to, 11. 414-417, 
12. 65; as judge, 11. 415-416, 14. 
179, 181, 184-188; character and 
position, 11. 416-417, 12. 65, 14. 
188; bequeaths fund to M.H.S., 
12. 1 ; Memoir by T. K. Lothrop, 
14. 177-188; port, and autog., 
177; birth, 177; childhood home, 
177; education, 177; studies law, 
178; travel, 178, 180; law partner- 
ship and practice, 178, 181; as 
authority on bankruptcy, 178, 183; 
legal editor, 179; resigns judgeship 
and resumes practice, 180; mar- 
riage, 180; homes after marriage, 
180; death, 180; positions held by, 



LOWELL-LOYALISTS 



263 



180; honorary degrees, 181; in 
M.H.S., 181; and admiralty law, 
182; public dinner on retirement, 
183; and patent law, 184; writings, 
188; — review of Dred Scott case, 

16. 256; Henry Lee's characteriza- 
tion, 19. 252. See also Lowell Fund. 

Lowell, John Amory, money gift to 
M.H.S., 3. 296; Memoir by C. C. 
Smith, 12. 113-129; port, and 
AUTOG., 113; ancestry, 113; birth, 
114; education, 114; mercantile 
career, 115; as banker, Suffolk 
Bank system, 116; offices, 117; 
and textile manufactures, 118, 122; 
and founding of Lawrence, 118; 
and Lowell Lectures, 119-121, 15. 
176; controversy over Boott will, 
121; in gas CO., 123; other trusts, 
124; and Technology, 124; and 
Harvard, 124; societies, 125; hon- 
orary degree, 125; in M.H.S., 125; 
writmgs, 126; travel, 127; mar- 
riages and home life, 127; death, 
128; religion, 128; and politics, 
128; character, 128, 15. 172. 

Lowell, Luoy B. (Emerson), 14. 
180. 

Lowell, Maria (White), influence on 
husband, 11. 80; death, 87. 

Lowell, Mary (Gardner), 9. 541. 

Lowell, Mary (Goodrich), 9. 544. 

Lowell, Percival [d. 1665], immigrant, 
12. 113, 15. 169; funeral elegy on 
Gov. Winthrop, 12. 414. 

Lowell, Percival, grandson, loyal pe- 
tition (1666), 6. 471. 

Lowell, Rebecca (Amory), 12. 114. 

Lowell, Rebecca R. [Mrs. Gardner], 
4. 23. 

Lowell, Richard, loyal petition 
(1666), 6. 471. 

Lowell, Samuel, loyal petition 
(1666), 6. 471. 

Lowell, Susan C. (Lowell), 12. 127. 

Lowell family in M.H.S., 14. 265. 

Lowell, Mass., origin of name, 9. 541; 
early mills in, 12. 118, 123. 

Lowell Fund, origin, 12. 1; history, 
180, 13. 70, 14. 133, 15. 34, 16. 134, 

17. 219, 18. 275, 19. 210, 20. 213; 
income account (1898), 12. 186; 
(1899), 13. 76; (1900), 14. 140; 
(1901), 15. 41; (1902), 16. 142; 
(1903), 17. 226; (1904), 18. 285; 
(1905), 19. 221; (1906), 20. 225; 
use, 20. iii. 

Lowell Institute, M.H.S. fund from 
lectures of, 3. 296, 6. 208; origin 
and administration, 9. 542', 12. 119- 



121, 15. 175-178; inauguration of 
lectures, 18. 112. 

Lowell Lectures. See Lowell In- 
stitute. 

Lower, Mark A., on origin of Am. 
flag, 1. 28. 

Lowndes, Anne [Mrs. Chase], 17. 127. 

Lowther, Sir John. See Lonsdale. 

Loyal petitions of 1666, 6. 469-476; 
occasion, 469, 472; petition to 
General Court, 470; action on it, 
471, 474; character of petitioners, 
471, 476; their defense, 472-476. 

Loyalists, Winslow Papers, 2. 229- 
242, 3. 64-94; refugees from 
Plymouth County, 2. 234-235; 
captured near Cherry Valley, 447; 
attack on German Flats, 448; at- 
tack on Cherry Valley, 449-450; 
experience of Sylvester Gardiner, 
3. 2-3; corps, 66; land grants, 67, 
82 ; pensions, 70, 81 ; disbandment 
and settlement in N. S. (1783), 74- 
75; emigration from Southern 
States (1782), 94-95; provisions 
concerning, in Wyoming capitula- 
tions (1778), 342; movement 
against, in Plymouth (1778), 
402 n.; letter (1798), 4. 236; 
needy adventurers, 5. 12, 14; 
captured in R. I. (1778), 6. 118, 
122; handed for supplying Brit., 
135; at disadvantage in Mass. in 
pre-Rev. struggle, 252 n. ; Danl. 
Leonard's memorial (1784), 255- 
257; treatment of female, in Bos- 
ton, 8. 412-415; departure from 
Boston (1776), 10. 95; arrested 
there, 99; list of absentee, and 
confiscated estates in Suffolk 
County, 162-185; Jon. Sewall on 
Boston during siege, 412-416; on 
conditions in Eng., 416-427; Jon. 
Sewall on reconciliation (1778), 
419-420; on Am. prospects (1783), 
422, 425; settlement of claims, 
427; Mrs. Higginson's sentiments 
(1775), 455-457; her life at Hali- 
fax, 457-459; her treatment on 
return (1782), 460-462; articles 
needed by Mather Byles [2] (1780), 
471-472; a characterization of Bos- 
ton Whigs (1775), 12. 139-142; 
hist, treatment, 152; treatment of 
Rev. Wm. Clark, 153; at Bahamas, 
13. 16; handbill on Boston Whigs 
(1774), 16. 92; Lechmere on con- 
ditions in Boston (1774), 285-290; 
Chauncy on (1775), 17. 277; expul- 
sion, 308; question, in peace nego- 



264 



LOYALL-LYMAN 



tiations, 424, 427, 19. 158, 160, 163; 
confiscation in S. C, 149. See also 
American Revolution. 

Loyall, Jesse, Ga. justice of peace, 20. 
515. 

Loyall, Fort, commander (1686), 13. 
245, 246, 252. 

Lucanians, migrations, 12. 109. 

Lucas, Charles P., on Sayle grant to 
Bahamas, 13. 11 n. 

Lucas, John, purchases confiscated 
Boston estate, 10. 176. 

Luce, (1659), 4. 277. 

Luce, Abijah, works on Boston de- 
fences (1814), 14. 152. 

Luce, Ensign Francis, at siege of 
Yorktown, 6. 155. 

Luce, Peter, subscribes to Merchants' 
Notes (1733), 17. 208. 

Lu-chu Islands, Perry at, 2. 259. 

Luckey, William, soldier, punished 
(1779), 6. 122. 

Luckis, Mary [Mrs. McCleary], 15. 
256. 

Ludden, Lemuel, theft from, 19. 180. 

Ludkin, William, petition against 
Aspinwall (1651), 12. 214. 

Ludlow, Daniel, of N. Y., 8. 176. 

Ludlow, George D., 3. 67, 68; letter 
from Castlereagh (1807) on letters 
of marque, 77; and office in N. 
Brun. (1784), 79. 

Ludlow's Camp, Vt. (1776), 6. 87. 

Liineburg, Germany, antiquarian 
interest, 14. 288. 

Lumberton, N. C, inn (1805), 2. 34. 

Lundy, Benjamin, corresp. with 
Adams (1836) on speech on slavery, 
15. 449-450. 

Lundy's Lane, contemp. account of 
battle, 6. 257. 

Lunenburg, Mass., name as royal 
memorial, 4. 239 n., 242; in 1776, 
6. 80; Indian alarm (1748), 430- 
432. 

Lunenburg, N. Y., name as royal 
memorial, 4. 247. 

Lunenburg County, Va., name as 
royal memorial, 4. 250. 

Lunford, Ephraim, death, 14. 20. 

Luns, William (1776), 12. 90. 

Lunt, Lieut. James, at Cherry Valley, 
2. 447, 457; on furlough, 451, 454. 

Lunt, William Parsons, use of John 
Marshall's diary, 1. 149; Com- 
mencement part (1823), 5. 190; 
biog. notes, 190 n., 9. 128 n.; me- 
moir, 7. 123; B K poem (1837), 
9. 128; in M.H.S. group picture 
(1854), 269; at Plymouth anni- 



versary (1845), 10. 395; anecdote 
of Jackson, 454-455; at bicente- 
nary of N. Eng. Confed., 19. 361. 

Lurvey, James, and Arnold's treason, 
12. 347; milit. career, 348. 

Luscomb, Humphry, on trade com. 
(1686), 13. 248; petition on legal 
action, 265. 

Luse, Francis. See Luce. 

Lush, Capt. Richard, muster-master, 
at Cherry Valley, 2. 451, ^54, 456. 

Luther, Levi, at siege of Boston, 9. 66. 

Luther, Martin, commemorative 
medals, 1. 13; quatercentenary, 
169; and Melanchthon as comple- 
ments, 11. 256, 262-267; and 
Zwickau prophets, 263 ; hymn, 17. 
131-132. 

Luttrell, Narcissus, on Queen Anne 
and Cutts, 2. 193 n.; ignores last 
royal veto, 5. 158. 

Luxford, James, speculations, 7. 128, 
131-133; later history, 133-134. 

Luynes, Honore T. P. J. d' Albert, 
due de, chateau, 16. 470. 

Luzerne. See La Luzerne. 

Lyall, Sir Alfred, at Congress of Hist. 
Sciences (1903), 17. 246. 

Lyde, Edward, justice of peace 
(1708), 16. 523. 

Lyde, Edward, absentee loyalist, 10. 
164; confiscated Boston estate, 
180. 

Lyde, Nathaniel Byfield, purchases 
confiscated Boston estate, 10. 180. 

Lyell, Sir Charles, Harvard LL.D. 
(1844), 5. 245. 

Lyman, Arthur Theodore, elected a 
member M.H.S., 15. 180; elected 
to M.H.S. Council (1904), 18. 290. 

Lyman, David, internal-revenue 
officer, 19. 395. 

Lyman, Edward H. R., gift to M.H.S., 
8. 291. 

Lyman, Sergeant Elisha, at siege of 
Boston, 9. 57, 77. 

Lyman, EUzabeth (Russell), 20. 153, 
171, 177. 

Lyman, Rev. Isaac, career, 20. 148. 

Lyman, John C, bequest to M.H.S., 
19. 394-395. 

Lyman, Rev. Joseph, Kirby contro- 
versy, 19. 198. 

Lyman, Mrs. Joseph, gift to M.H.S., 
8. 282. 

Lyman, Mary (Henderson), 20. 149. 

Lyman, Gen. Phineas, Crown Point 
expedition (1755), 13. 386. 

Lyman, Richard, immigrant, 20. 147. 

Lyman, Theodore [1], 20. 148. 



LYMAN-LYONS 



265 



Lyman, Theodore [2], at funeral of 
Wm. Eustis, 5. 310; memoir, 12. 
138; travel with Everett (1818), 
18. 99-101; in M.H.S., 20. 147; 
career, 148-149; Webster libel 
suit, 148; and Garrison mob, 169. 

Lyman, Theodore [3], M.H.S. trib- 
utes to, 12. 14-17, 61-65, 138; 
public services, 14, 62; invalidism, 

15, 16, 65, 20. 177; as scientist, 12. 

16, 62, 20. 153-155, 166-167, 171 f 
memoir assigned to Alex. Agassiz, 
12. 55; in M.H.S., 61; in Civil 
War, milit. journals, 62-65, 20. 
156-165; contributions to local 
history, 12. 138; Henry Lee's char- 
acterization, 19. 253; Memoir by 
C. F. Adams, 20. 147-177; port. 
and AUTOG., 147; birth and death, 
147; ancestry, 147; in college, 149- 
152; Hasty Pudding song, 151; 
marriage, 153; honorary degree, 
155; reformatory interests, 155; 
and Harvard, 165 ; in politics and 
Congress, 168, 171-176; Wendell 
Phillips controversy, 168-170; and 
death of daughter, 171 ; charitable 
endowment, 171. 

Lyman School for Boys, interest of 
the Lymans in, 20. 149, 155. 

Lyme Regis, royal charters, 8. 19. 

Lynch, Thomas, Jr., Signer, 1. 282. 

Lynch, Mass. armed schooner (1775), 
1. 17. 

Lynchings, Southern, 18. 236, 19. 
102-104. 

Lynde, Captain, to establish Boston 
market (1686), 13. 271. 

Lynde, Benjamin [1], in 1717, 8. 
2 1 7-2 1 9 ; diary, 478 ; paper money 
scheme (1729), 12. 437; ai^d 
Council's assumption of control 
(1715), 15. 342-351; report on 
R. I. boundary (1731), 19. 26. 

Lynde, Benjamin [2], diary, 8. 478. 

Lynde, Joseph [1], and Worcester 
affairs (1686), 13. 247; on trade 
com., 248; named for Council 
(1691), 14. 217; and Council's as- 
sumption of control (1715), 15. 
343-351. 

Lynde, Joseph [2], sea-captain, 7. 155, 
163, 164. 

Lynde, Nathaniel, at Saybrook (1694), 
7. 415. 

Lynde, Simon, record of purchase of 
N. H. land, 4. 373-374; loyal pe- 
tition (1666), 6. 471; and Raw- 
son's Mass. records (1686), 12. 242, 
13. 281; justice of peace (1686), 



229; to examine NowelPs ac- 
counts, 235; on trade com. (1686), 
248; and milit. watch, 257; to 
hold County Court, 259-261; to 
examine Danforth's accounts, 260. 

Lynds. See Lynde. 

Lynn (Saugus), on early map, 1. 212; 
name changed, 213; John Hum- 
phrey's farm, 216; in 1660, 236; 
m 1650, 2. 47; iron works, 47; 
pre-Rev. taverns, 10. 47; not port 
of entry (1686), 13. 264. 

Lyon, , of Cherry Valley, 2. 452. 

Lyon, , offices on St. John Island 

(1796), 3. 71. 

Lyon, Abigail, 6. 18. 

Lyon, Capt. Daniel, at siege of Bos- 
ton, 9. 47, 62. 

Lyon, Deborah, 6. 18. 

Lyon, Elizabeth, 6. 18. 

Lyon, Henry, of Conn. (1646), 6. 8. 

Lyon, Irving W., acknowledgment 
to, 6. 18 n. 

Lyon, Rev. James, in N. S. (1770), 
4. 70. 

Lyon, John, 6. 18. 

Lyon, Joseph, 6. 18. 

Lyon, Martha Johanna (Winthrop), 
6.4; estate and health, 5-9 ; letters 
to John Winthrop (1649-51) on 
health and husband, 9, 14-16; 
death, 16. 

Lyon, Mary, 6. 15; sent to Gov. 
Winthrop (1668), 16, 17; marriages, 
18. See also Wilson. 

Lyon, Mrs. Mary, letter to John 
Winthrop (1668) on fines, 6. 16; 
to Fitz-John Winthrop (1701) on 
step-daughter's estate, 19. 

Lyon, Richard, of Conn. (1649), 6. 8. 

Lyon, Samuel, 6. 18. 

Lyon, Sarah, 6. 18. 

Lyon, Thomas [1], notes concerning 
himself and connections, 6. 2-4,^18; 
letters to John Winthrop, ' Sr. 
(1647-48) on wife and mother-in- 
law, 5-8; antecedents, 8; and 
his wife, 9, 10; fined, letters to 
John Winthrop, Jr. (1668), 16-18. 

Lyon, Thomas [2], 6. 18. 

Lyons, James, letter from Webster 
(1848) introducing B. R. Curtis, 
15. 280. 

Lyons, Mrs. James, gift to M.H.S., 

9. 27. 
Lyons, Joanna, Pilgrim at Leyden, 

17. 179. 
Lyons, Richard B. P., earl, and Trent 
affair, 16. 466; and Brit, attitude 
(1862), 18. 154. 



266 



LYSIMACHUS-MACCLESFIELD 



Lysimachus, power, 12. 110. 
Lyte, Rev, Henry F., hymn, 17. 135. 
Lyzenby, Capt. Thomas, in Phips's 
Quebec expedition, 15. 306. 



M 

M., P., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 59. 

M., "W'., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 63. 

Mabane, Dr. Adam, letter from B. 
Frobisher (1784) on Northern 
boundary, 3. 369. 

McAlister, , subscription to Bos- 
ton dinner (1830), 6. 342. 

Macarty, Esther [Mrs. Sargent], 3. 
309. 

Macaulay, Thomas Babington, 
baron, Mignet on, 1. 143; on Lord 
Cutts, 2. 172; as party writer, 3 
155; on last royal veto, 5. 158, 159 
autog. pages of England, 10. 472 
as historian, 13. 98-99, 111; Gardi- 
ner on, 16. 7 ; trait§, 470. 

McCarty, Daniel, of Mass. (1686), 
13. 276. 

McCarty, Thaddeus, at Brookfield 
(1762), 7. 385, 387. 

Maccarty de Marteigue, Chevalier, 
in Mass. (1788), 16. 451. _ 

McCauley, Lieut. Nathaniel, killed 
at Newtown, 2. 465. 

McCleary, Misses, gift to JVT.H.S., 
16. 146. 

McCleary, Major Andrew, 15. 256. 

McCleary, Lieut. David, 15. 256. 

McCleary, Elizabeth (Foster), 15. 
256. 

McCleary, Emily T. (Barnard), 15. 
263. 

McCleary, Jane (Walter), 15. 256. 

McCleary, John, immigrant, 15. 255. 

McCleary, Maria L. (Walter), 15. 256. 

McCleary, Mary (Luckis), 15. 256. 

McCleary, Samuel [1], 15. 256. 

McCleary, Samuel [2], 15. 256. 

McCleary, Samuel Foster [1], sub- 
scription to Boston dinner (1830), 
6. 342; as City Clerk, 15. 255; 
career, 256. 

McCleary , Samuel Foster [2], elected 
a member M.H.S., 2. 208; accepts, 
225; and F. E. Parker, 3. 248; on 
com. on Pickering Papers, 277, 
15. 76; on com. on Attucks Memo- 
rial, 3. 318; on lists of Boston 
scholars (1755), 4. 193; on Audit- 
ing Com. (1890), 5. 347; report, 
448; remarks, 423, 10. 490, 13. 
62, 14. 149; index of names in 



Pickering Papers, 6. 190, 15. 76; on 
S. C. Cobb, 6. 354-358; remarks 
on presenting various gifts, 7. 449- 
450 ; elected Cabinet-keeper 
M.H.S. (1893-97), 8. 201, 9. 93, 
10. 137, 572, 11.335; on various 
gifts to Cabinet, 8. 282, 10. 292- 
293; Recording Sec. pro tern., 8. 
486; publication (1894), 9. 23; 
reports as Cabinet-keeper (1894- 
98), 26, 10. 124, 569, 11. 333, 12. 
188; examines contents of Ellis 
House, 10. 296, 15. 73, 76; and 
storage of Cabinet, 11. 316; Frank- 
lin Fund, 12. 17-29; treasurer of 
Franklin Fund, 29 n., 15. 262; 
declines reelection as Cabinet- 
keeper, 12. 174; vote of thanks 
to, for s^ervices, 189; M.H.S. 
tributes to, 15. 72-78; in M.H.S., 
72-77; and removal from Tre- 
mont building, 74, 76; as City 
Clerk, 75, 258-261, 263; politics 
and religion, 77, 263; authority 
on Boston history, 77; character, 
77; Memoir by J. M. Bugbee, 
255-263; port, and autog., 255; 
ancestry, 255-257; birth, 257; 
education, 257; lawyer, 257; testi- 
monial to, 261; insurance official, 
262 ; and classmates, 262 ; marriage 
and children, 263; death, 263. 

McCleary, Samuel Foster [3], memo- 
rial, 9. 23. 

McClellan, George B., Peninsular 
campaign, 10. 430-440, 18. 443 ; un- 
fortunate plan, 10. 430 ; Yorktown, 
430-433; and McDowell's corps, 
432, 435; Williamsburg, 433; and 
advance by James River, 434; 
Johnston as opponent, 433, 439; 
and advance of gunboats, 435-437 ; 
character as commander, 438^439; 
blunders by others, 438; Johnston 
on, 440; hist, importance of presi- 
dential defeat, 11. 115. 

McClellan, John, offers collection of 
letters, 4. 60. 

McClellan, Joseph, owns book for- 
merly Brewster's, 3. 263. 

McClentuc, John, death at Louis- 
burg (1745), 11. 445. 

Macclesfield, Charles Gerard, 1st earl 
of [d. 1694], map dedicated to, 
2. 479. 

Macclesfield, Thomas Parker, 1st earl 
of, impeached, 5. 163. 

Macclesfield, Thomas A. W. Parker, 
6th earl of, and Am. geography, 
13. 161. 



McCliESKY-MACK 



2G7 



McClesky, John, of Ga., 20. 514. 
McClintock. See McClentuc 
McClui'g, James, letters to MaUison 

(1787), 17. 470, 472, 474 [see 

Madison]. 
McCobb, Capt. Samuel, in Arnold's 

Quebec expedition, 2. 275, 279. 
McCormick, James, court-martialled 

in Arnold's expedition, 2. 277. 
McCoy, Peter, in campaign of 1760, 

4. 409. 
McCoy, William, journal of Arnold's 

Quebec expedition, 2. 266. 
McCradv, Edward [1], career, 18. 

13. 
McCrady, Edward [2], elected a cor- 

resp. member M.H.S., 16. 151; 

M.H.S. tributes to, 18. 2, 3, 10- 

22; in M.H.S., 3, 19; in Civil War, 

10, 13; as lawyer, 11, 14; and 
negro suffrage, 11, 16; religion 

11, 22; as historian, 12, 16-20 
character, 12 ; birth and death, 13 
education, 13; addresses, 15; in 
legislature, 15; honors, 21; opinion 
of Greene reviewed, 20. 112-118. 

McCrady, John, scientist, 18. 13. 

McCrady, Sabina L., acknowledg- 
ment to, 4. 255 n. 

McCrary, Timothy G., Ga. justice of 
peace, 20. 518. 

McCray, , of Va., and Jay Treaty, 

15. 152. 

McCuUoch, Hugh, on Johnson's first 
message, 19. 397; charges against, 
20. 435. 

McCulloch, John, Introd. to Hist, of 
A?n., 4. 60. 

McCulloch vs. Maryland, reception of 
decision, 14. 324, 335, 401 

McDonald, Lieut. Alexander, wounded 
at Lexington, 5. 396. 

MacDonald, William, on Cabot, 12. 9. 

McDonough, Com. Thomas, Rogers 
on (1815), 4. 208. 

McDougal, Gen. Alexander, and Sulli- 
van and Burke, 1. 54; division in 
Conn. (1778), 3. 120. 

McDougall Papers in Parkman MSS., 
4. 44, 45. 

McDougle, Lieut. Randolph S., cap- 
tured at Quebec, 2. 299. 

McDowell, Gen. Irvin, and Peninsular 
campaign, 10. 432, 435, 440. 

McDuffie, George, and tariff (1832), 
19. 512; J. Q. Adams on, 521 n. 

Macedonian, news of capture (1812), 
19. 369. 

McElhanv, Francis G., purchases 
slaves,'^20. 519. 



McElhany, Isaac, purchases a slave, 
20. 517. 

McElhany, Isaac C, 20. 517, 519. 

McEuen, , of Philadelphia, in 

Rome (1830), 19. 455. 

Macey, , sea-captain (1829), 19. 

441. 

McFarland, Andrew, recruit (1760), 
6. 427. 

McFarland, Capt. Daniel, in cam- 
paign of 1760, 4. 390. 

McFarland, Margaret, of Grot on, 

6. 427. 

McFarland, Walter, non-consump- 
tion agreement (1786), 8. 497. 

McFarlane, Duncan, at installation of 
Lord Rector of Univ. of Glasgow, 
19. 469. 

McFarlane, I. H., letter from Web- 
ster ri848) introducing B. R. 
Curtis, 15. 280. 

McFarlane, Rev. W., acknowledg- 
ment to, 6. 43 n. 

McGennis, Capt. William, in battle of 
Lake George (1755), 18. 200, 318- 
325. 

McGill, Major, in army in Va. (1780), 
19. 122. 

McGillivray, Alexander, treaty (1790), 
15. 135. 

McGuire, Frederick B., and letters 
of Jos. Jones, 15. 116; acknowl- 
edgment to, 19. 108. 

McGuyer, John, captured at Quebec, 
2. 295. 

M'Hard, James, of Haverhill, 16. 377. 

McHenry, James, and ratification of 
Constitution, 17. 504. 

McHenry, Fort, letter on flag, 2. 257. 

Machias, Me., loyalist prisoners (1775), 

7. 401. 

Machin, Thomas, journal, 2. 441. 

Mcllraith, Rev. John, acknowledg- 
ment to, 6. 43 n. 

Mcllroy, Lieutenant, of (?) Brit, navy, 
cashiered (1801), 20. 264. 

Mcllvaine, Charles P., and unofficial 
mission to Europe (1861), 1. 203, 
205, 16. 465. 

Mcllvray, Mrs. David, port, of Web- 
ster owned by, 2. 263. 

Mcintosh, Miss [Mrs. Palmer], 5. 12. 

Mcintosh, General, 5. 12. 

Mcintosh, Archibald, 4. 386. 

Mcintosh, Sir James, comment on 
works, 7. 275. 

M'intyre, Doctor, at funeral of Ed. 
Winslow, 3. 93. 

Mack, Mary C. [Mrs. Wheatland], 
9. 279. 



268 



McKAY-McLANE 



McKay, Mrs., of Edinburgh (1830), 
19. 471. 

Mackay. See also McKay, Mackey. 

Mackay, Hugh, on Lord Cutis, 2. 
172. 

Mackay, Joseph H., Commencement 
part (1815) and biog. note, 5. 180 n. 

Mackay, R. C, business, 4. 34. 

Mackay, William, commission busi- 
ness, 4. 34. 

McKean. See also McKeen. 

McKean, Henry S., Commencement 
part (1828) and biog. note, 5. 198, 
198 n. 

McKean, John G., Commencement 
part (1831), 5. 205; biog. note, 
205 n. 

McKean, Joseph, edits Hubbard's 
General History, 6. 215; reprinted 
M.H.S. paper, 237; memoir of 
John Eliot, 7. 122; memoir, 124; 
Librarian M.H.S., 8. 343; Pres. 
oi0B K,9. 112. 

McKean, Sally [Mrs. Yrujo], 2. 13. 

McKean, Thomas, on date of signing 
of Declaration, 1. 274-276; and 
vote on Independence, 275; date 
of his signature, 291; signature to 
Articles of Confederation, 296; 
opposition (1804), 2. 12; and Pa. 
politics (1801), 20. 265; (1807), 
298; and vice-presidency, 276; 
and militia, 305. 

McKeen, Jenny, 2. 449. 

McKeen, Rev. Joseph, as preacher, 
16. 421; biog. note, 421 n. 

McKeen, Capt. Robert, at Cherry 
Valley, 2. 448; married, 449. 

McKendry, William, army journal 
(1777-80), 2. 442-478; character 
of journal, 436, 440; at Albany, 
442-445; furloughs, 444, 477-478; 
march to Fort Stanwix, 445-446 ; at 
Cherry Valley, 446-458; in Sulli- 
van's expedition, 458-474; in Pa., 
474-475; return to Hudson, 475- 
477. 

McKendry, William H., and journal 
of Wm. McKendry, 2. 478 ri. 

McKenican, William, killed at Wyo- 
ming (1778), 3. 345. 

Mc Kenny, , of Mohawk Valley 

(1778), 2. 445. 

McKensey, , Brit, midshipman, 

captured at Quebec, 2. 285. 

McKenzie, , of Edinburgh (1830), 

19. 471. 

McKenzie, Mrs., of Richmond (1804), 
2. 18. 

McKenzie, Alexander [Communica- 



tions follow], on com. to pub. Pro- 
ceedings (1884-1906), 1. 168, 2. 
87, 486, 3. 318, 4. 367, 6. 1, 421, 7. 
399, 8. 202, 9. 40, 10. 139, 11. 67. 
367, 12. 196, 13. 142, 14. 163, 15. 
69, 16. 151, 17. 235, 18. 297, 19. 
273, 20. 245; list of publications 
(1886-1905), 3. 280, 9. 23, 11. 318, 
12. 175, 14. 129, 15. 30, 18. 269, 
19. 205; Harvard Overseer, 5. 
407; and Harvard students, 415; 
M.H.S. circular letter (1890), 6. 
214; benediction at M.H.S. cente- 
nary, 283; elected to M.H.S. 
Council (1893, '94), 8. 201, 9. 39; 
remarks, 8. 519, 9. 95, 14. 176; 
presents report of Council (1895), 
10. 118; fortieth anniversary of 
pastorate, 20. 534. 

Communications: on birthplace 
of Thos. Shepard, 4. 12 ; on Shepard 
Hist. Soc, 375; on H. W. Foote, 
381; on H. M. Dexter, 6. 185- 
187; on Columbus, 8. 47; on 
effect of discovery of Am., 48; on 
E. A. Park, 14. 189-194; letter 
of Ruth S. Wentworth (1745), 
385; Memoir of E. A. Park, 446- 
467; on Jon. Edwards's ''spider" 
illustration, 15. 23; on L. R. Paige, 
253; on E. C. Smyth, 18.' 297-302. 

MacKenzie, Lieut. Frederick, account 
of battle of Lexington, 5. 391-396. 

McKenzie, William, 2. 19. 

Mackerel Cove, Mass., Maverick on 
(1660), 1. 236. 

Mackey. See also Mackay. 

Mackey, Mungo, purchases confis- 
cated Boston estates, 10. 168, 180. 

McKinley, William, hist, importance 
of elections, 11. 115-118, 226, 14. 
260-263; on Span, rule in Cuba, 
12. 71; assassination, 15. 183-186; 
Brit, tribute to, 188, 229; attitude 
of South, 18. 237. ^ 

McKinson, Donald, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 409. 

McKinster, Captain (Major), at West 
Point (1779), 2. 477; in Saratoga 
campaign, 6. 95, 96. 

McKinstry, Sarah [Mrs. Stark], 16. 
333, 333 n. 

Mackintosh, Col. WiUiam, 2. 478. 

Mackintosh's Tavern, Needham, 10. 
47. 

Mackranny, John, at Fort Dummer 
(1724), 6. 366. 

Maclaine, Rev. Archibald, 17. 359. 

Mcliane. See also Maclaine, McLean. 

McLane, Sir Allan, at Quebec (1775), 



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269 



2. 285, 298; in campaign of 1760, 

4. 408. 

McLane, Daniel, at Ticonderoga 

(1776), 6. 84. 
McLane, John, purchases confiscated 

Boston estate, 1. 315, 10. 182. 
McLane, Louis, as Minister to Eng., 

19. 464; and tariff (1832), 525. 
McLaughlin, Andrew Cunningham, 

elected a corresp. member M.H.S., 

20. 84. 

Maclay, Samuel, and Madison (1808), 

20. 311. 
McLean, , sea-captain (1766), 10. 

62. 
McLean, John, Harvard LL.D. (1839), 

5. 227; R. C. Winthrop on, 6. 75; 
and Craig vs. Mo., 14. 342. 

McLean Asylum, demolition, 10. 548; 
origin and character of main build- 
ing, 549-552. 

McLellan, Henry B., engravings by, 

2. 395, 3. 283. 

M'Lellan, Robert, and Graves-Cilley 
duel, 12. 290. 

McLennan, Alexander K., and Frank- 
lin Fund, 12. 28. 

McLeod, Alexander, Caroline affair, 
6.399, 11. 132, 14. 411-412. 

McLeod, Lieut. Donald, wounded at 
Lexington, 5. 396. 

Maclise, Daniel, and alleged Sharpless 
ports., 3. 186. 

McLoon, Eliza E. [Mrs. Field], 19. 74. 

McMaster, John Bach, United States 
reviewed by Mellen Chamberlain, 

3. 279; elected a corresp. member 
M.H.S., 15. 493. 

M'Mish, , quartermaster in Am. 

army (1778), 2. 443. 

McNary, William S., bill on Constitu- 
tion, 18. 334. 

McNeal. See also McNeil, McNeill. 

McNeal, Mrs., in Boston society 
(1768), 10. 36. 

McNeal, Captain, in Boston (1768), 
10. 71. 

McNeal, Hector, captured at Passama- 
quoddy Bay, 3. 91. 

McNeil, Archibald, loyalist, land 
grant, 3. 67; death, 67; leaves 
Boston (1776), 10. 95; absentee, 
164; confiscated Boston estate, 
180. 

McNeil, Henry, in Am. army (1775), 
12. 107. 

McNeill, Archibald, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 174. 

McNeill, William, purchases con- 
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 174. 



McNott, Colonel, and Franklin's 

affairs, 16. 195, 196. 
Macomber, Onesimus, loyalist ref- 
ugee, 2. 235. 
Macon Bills, Wm. Duane on, 20. 336. 
McPherson, Miss, of Charleston 

(1805), 2. 26. 
McPherson, Mrs., of Charleston 

(1805), 2. 26. 
McPherson, Captain, of Philadelphia 

(1789), 16. 461. 
McPherson, General, of Charleston 

(1805), 2. 26. 
McPherson, James, ignores last royal 

veto, 5. 158. 
McPherson, John, killed at Quebec, 

2. 293. 
McPherson, Major William, in Va. 

campaign (1781), 6. 143. 
McRae, John J., on John Brown's 

raid, 14. 12. 
Macready, William C, and alleged 

Sharpless ports., 3. 183, 186. 
McSolan, Lieutenant, death in 

Arnold's expedition, 2. 271. 
McSparran, James, and Sylvester 

Gardiner, 3. 2. 
McVickar, John, at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1828), 5. 199. 
McWhorter's Tavern, Taunton, 10. 

47. 
Madan, Falconer, letter (1884) on Ox- 
ford Hist. Soc, 1. 64. 
Maddison, Lieut.-Col. George, powder 

exf)edition (1774), 10. 88. 
Madeira Islands, illicit trade with 

Eng. colonies (1708), 4. 154. 
Madison. See also Maddison, Matson, 

Matterson, Matthewson. 
Madison, Dolly (Payne | Todd), 

drawing-room (1812;, 19. 377. 
Madison, James [1], in 1781, 19. 136. 
Madison, Pres. .lames [2] [Letters 

follow], in picture of Va. Conven. 

of 1829, 4. 306, visit of R. C. 

Winthrop to (1832), views on 

slavery, 306-307; and Onis (1811), 

5. 24; and G. W. Erving, 32, 10. 

472; port., 570; Marshall on (1830), 

14. 342; on Va. Resolutions (1830) 
343; and organization of courts, 
399; candidacy for Senate (1788), 

15. 124, 125; (1794), 146; for 
House, 126; gubernatorial candi- 
dacy (1796), 157; and national 
theory of Constitution, 16. 167; 
on legislative power, 240 ; and 
divided sovereignty, 17. 104; on 
dangers to Union (1787), 108; 
Federalist, 493, 500, 508; in Ratifi- 



270 



MADISON-MAITLAND 



cation Conven., 508; and La. Pur- 
chase, 18. 49 ; appearance and man- 
ner (1812), 19. 377; and Gales, 377; 
letter of, pub. to refute Adams's tariff 
report (1832), 515, 535; Adams's re- 
ply to letter, 535-553 ; and Miranda, 
20. 282; candidacy in Pa. (1808), 
311; Wm. Duane's relations with, 
320, 323, 364; and Macon Bills, 
336; Duane on Cabinet changes, 
337; candidacy (1812), 353. 

Letters: from Campbells (1787) 
Western affairs, 17. 454, 460; — 
from Ed. Carrington (1787) ad- 
vice to Fed. Conven., 468; Indians, 
469; plan for ratification, 471; 
Cong, and Constitution, 475 ; — 
from Dan. Carroll (1787) Md. and 
Constitution, 484 ; — from Dey of 
Algiers (1816) threatening war, 5. 
27; — from John Dawson (1787) 
financial distress, coming Fed. 
Conven., towns, 17. 456, 467; Anti- 
Federalists, 476 ; Va. Assembly, and 
Constitution, 478; — from Wm. 
Duane (1801-14), 20. 263, 279-281, 
298, 308, 309, 820, 324-334, 351, 
355, 365, 367 [see Duane]; — from 
Wm. Grayson (1787) Fed, Capital, 
N. Eng. and Fed. Conven., Royall 
Tyler's farce, 17. 461 ; lands in N. W. 
Ter., 473; — from Jos. Jones (1787- 
1802), 15. 116-161, 17. 474, 487, 
490-496, 509 [see Jones]; —to Levi 
Lincoln (1810) offering justiceship, 
15. 232;— from Jas. McClurg 
(1787) return to Fed. Conven., 
exec, power, Marshall, Henry, dis- 
turbances, reception of Constitution, 
17. 470, 472, 474;— from Rev. 
Jas. Madison (1787) Adams's De- 
fence , 465; interest in Fed. Conven., 
470; — from Geo. Muter (1787) 
Western affairs, 451; — from Ed- 
mund Pendleton (1765-82), 19. 
107-167 [see Pendleton] ; — from 
Arch. Stuart (1787) Va. Assembly, 
Anti- Federalists, 17. 479. 

Madison, Rev. James, letters to Madi- 
son (1787) on Adams's Defence, in- 
terest in Fed. Conven., 17. 465, 470. 

Madrid, octroi smuggling, 11. 208; 
bull-fight, 16. 471.^ ^ 

Maf eking, Eng. rejoicing over relief, 
14. 308-310. 

Magaguadavic River, and Northeast- 
ern boundary, 3. 350, 379. 

Magazine of American History^ on 
Sparks's ed. of Washington's let- 
ters, 4. 67. 



Magdalena, , and Yrujo and 

Wm. Duane, 20. 284-285. 

Magdelaine, prize case (1752), 5. 100. 

Magee. See also Magge. 

Magee, James, privateersman, wreck 
of Gen. Arnold, 10. 393, 12. 199; 
cruise (1776), 198. 

Magellan, Ferdinand de, Cabot mappe- 
rnonde on, 6. 330. 

Magellan Strait, Cabot mappe-monde 
on, 6. 330. 

Magery. See Majery. 

Magge, Mark, in Va. (1651), 2. 6, 7. 

Maggiolo. See Maiollo. 

Magic, tricks, 7. 270. 

Magnusen, Finn, on Runamo runic 
inscription, 4. 58. 

Magruder, Gen. John B., at York- 
town, 10. 431. 

Mahaffy, John P., at Congress of 
Hist. Sciences (1903), 17. 246. 

Mahan, Alfred Thayer, elected a 
corresp. member M.H.S., d. 159; 
as naval historian, 13. 107; on 
Constitution, 18. 121-123; trans- 
ferred to honorary membership, 
20. 535; acknowledgment, 550. 

Mahon, Lord. See Stanhope (P. H.). 

Maidston, John, letter to Winthrop 
(1659) accredited to, 7. 363. 

Maidwell, Laurence, clerk of Chancery 
(1654), 13. 19. 

Maine, Perry, prize case (1743), 5. 88. 

Maine, Maverick's account (1660), 1. 
231-234; kidnapped Indians 
(1605), 2. 36-38; extent of Cleeve's 
patent, 157; Popham Colony, 243- 
244, 247-248; Sears Tract, 407, 
413; royal memorials in, 4. 244; 
Casco Bay settlers (1686), 13. 15 n., 
270; justices of peace, 230, 246, 
270; court officers, 246; local of- 
ficers, 257; mill rents, 276, 277; 
and New York (1680), 408; Tre- 
lawney claim, 16. 179. See also 
Colonies, New England, North, 
Northeastern boundary. 

Maine Historical Society, celebration 
of Pres. Bradbury's birthday 
(1887), 3. 319; Cabot celebration, 
12.* 8. 

Mainwaring. See Maynwaring. 

Maiollo, Vesconte, facsim. of map 
(1527), 8. 76; other reproductions, 
78. 

Maison, Marquis Nicolas J. de, 19. 
443. 

Maitland, Col. (?) Alexander, in Bos- 
ton (1768), 10. 70. 

Maitland, Frederic William, 



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271 



elected a corresp. member M.H.S., 
12. 168; death, 20. xviii. 

Majery, Corporal Joseph, in cam- 
paign of 1760, 4. 397. 

Major, Joshua, exile in Amsterdam 

(1602), 6. 64. 
Major, Richard Henry, death, 6. 
XX, 7. 366 ; reprinted M. H. S. paper, 
6. 237; on Italian version of Colum- 
bus's letter, 282-283; on date of 
Cabot's voyage, 11. 158; on 
Agnese's atlases, 380. 

Malcom, Capt. Daniel, custom-house 
raid on, 10. 63; on com. on Liberty 
affair, 67. 

Malcom, John, mobbed, 10. 82. 

Maiden, Mass., Maverick's account 
(1660), 1. 236; instructions on In- 
dependence, 335-337; instructions 
of 1774, 337; and slavery, 339; in 
1650, 2. 47; church controversy 
(1686), 13. 281, 285; pastor or- 
dained (1709), 14. 34. 

Malta, social hfe (1832), 19. 4^8-491. 

Maltby, Capt. William, duel, 10. 57. 

Malvern Hill, Am. forces at (1781), 
6. 145, 146. 

Mamoosin, Indian, commission for 
trial, 1. 220. 

Mamorare, island of, Cabot mappe- 
nionde on, 6. 339. 

Man, , innkeeper at Wrentham 

(1775), 9. 42. 

Man, Michael, ketch seized and re- 
leased (1686), 13. 253. 

Man, Samuel, house burned, 1. 154; 
contributions for, 154. 

Manchester, , innkeeper at 

Thompson, Conn. (1804), 2. 6, 32. 

Manchester, Leander C, acknowledg- 
ment to, 20. .596 n. 

Manchester, Mass., Maverick's ac- 
count (1660), 1. 235; in 1650, 2. 47. 

Manchester, S. C. (1804), 2. 29. 

Manchester, Va., Brit, raid (1781), 
6. 137. 

Mandamus councillors, forced resig- 
nations, 1. 193, 16. 287, 17. 289. See 
also Regulating Act 

Maneddo, Indian, adventures, 2. 36- 
38. 

Mangum, Willie P., at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1834), 5. 214. 

Manigault, Gabriel, of Charleston, 2. 
29. 

Manigault, Joseph, of Charleston, 2. 
26. 

Maning. See Manning. 

Manly, Capt. John, privateersman, 
prizes, 1. 21, 22, 10. 98; and Ply- 



mouth panic, 2. 159; ship destroyed 

(1776), 10. 94; admiralty suit 

against (1776), 102. 

Mann, , of Md. (1836), 7. 266. 

Mann, Horace, and Webster, 15. 168. 
Mann, Reuben, sheriff in Ga., 20. 

514. 
Mann, Rufus, juror (1789), 19. 180. 
Manners. See Social conditions. 
Manning, Rev. James, of Providence. 

6. 119. 

Manning, John, in Am. army (1775), 

12. 107. 

Manning, Nicholas, marshal (1686), 

13. 246. 

Manning, William, and Harvard 
(1672), 5. 401; report on Harvard 
Hall (1677), 9. 100. 

Mann's Tavern, Wrentham, 3. 41, 10. 
47. 

Manors, patent to Shelter Island, 4. 
290. 

Mansfield, Captain, captures Provi- 
dence Island (1666), 13. 8. 

Mansfield, Abi (Hartwell), 5. 3. 

Mansfield, Rev. Achilles, at Killings- 
worth, 3. 44, 45; biog. note, 44 n.; 
at Yale Commencement (1795), 47. 

Mansfield, Ann [Mrs. Keayne], 4. 
160 n. 

Mansfield, Mrs. Catharine, prize case 
(1748), 5. 91. 

Mansfield, Elizabeth M. [Mrs, Wil- 
liams, Mrs. Knapp], 5. 3. 

Mansfield, Isaac, gift to M.H.S. 
(1800), 4. 201-202. 

Mansfield, Col. John, cashiered (1775), 

7. 408. 

Mansfield, Joseph, career, 5. 3. 

Mansfield, Richard, exile in Amster- 
dam, 6.' 56.^ 

Mansfield, William Murray, earl of, 
and spurious Montcalm letters, 

3. 202; briefs in prize cases (1743- 
55), 5. 87-101; speech on Am. 
(1775), 17. 307. 

Manteuffel, Baron Otto von, on pri- 
vateering, 1. 25. 

Manual training, beginning in Boston 
schools, 3. 240. 

Manufactures, Richmond arsenal and 
flour-mill (1804), 2. 20; silk, in 
Nantucket, 3. 8; glass, in Pa. 
(1798), 18; at Pawtucket (1801), 

4. 124; iron, in Mass. (1644-47), 
8. 12 n., 13-17; agreement to en- 
courage, in Mass. (1786), 496; Bos- 
ton sailcloth (1768), 14. 45 n. 

Manumission. See Emancipation. 
Manuscript Department of Library 



272 



MANUSCRIPTS-MARBLEHEAD 



of Congress, collections and policy, 
18. 335-340, 461-465. 
Manuscripts of M.H.S., various, pre- 
sented, 1. 223, 224, 250, 379, 2. 
257, 265, 481, 3. 2, 319, 321, 4. 77. 
78, 376, 6. 165, 285, 7. 316, 8. 23, 
118, 291, 10. 472, 12. 196, 264-266, 
426, 15. 521, 16. 20, 18. 325; Eliza 
Quincy Collection, 1. 33-44; Park- 
man, 360-362, 2. 70, 225-228, 3. 
152-153, 4. 44-46, 6. 165, 285, 391- 
392, 7. 348, 8. 171, 415; cat. and 
index, 2. 392, 3. 254, 4. 103-105, 
358, 7. 370; size of collection 
(1886), 2. 394; (1887), 3. 281 
(1888), 4. 108; (1889), 349; (1890) 
5. 449; (1891), 6. 415; (1892), 7. 
372; (1893), 8. 196; (1894), 9 
25; (1895), 10. 124; (1896), 568 
(1897), 11. 332; (1898), 12. 188 
(1899), 13. 78; (1900), 14. 142 
(1901), 15. 43; (1902), 16. 144 
(1903), 17. 229; (1904), 18. 286 
(1905), 19. 223; (1906), 20. 227 
Winthrop Papers, 4. 65, 13. 310- 
311, 19. 307; papers of Romeo 
Elton, 4. 77 ; diaries of Jos. Quincy, 
123, 14.304; by-laws on, 4. 230- 
231; used by Prince, 300 n.; Hol- 
den's journal (1660), 384; cabinets 
for, 6. 165, 13. 311, 20. 245; 
Lincoln Papers, 6. 166, 7. 11; 
copying of, suggested, 6. 418-419, 

7. 371; Chas. Deane on editing, 
55-56; of Micmac names, 455, 

8. 21; letters of J. Q. Adams, 10. 
374; letters of Jon. Sewall, 407- 
408; records of New South trans- 
ferred, 540; Sibley Papers, 11. 67, 
20. 245; Otis Papers, 11. 182-184, 
221-226, 332; of W. H. Channing 
returned, 332 ; acquisition, amount, 
and publication, 12. 162-164; 
movement to increase, 166, 168; 
com. on increase, 169; report, 261- 
264; Hist. MSS. Com. (1898-90), 
264, 13. 142, 14. 163; Jefferson 
Papers, 12. 264-273; papers of Mrs. 
Dall, 13. 310; Chase Papers, 375- 
378; Mather-Cotton deeds, 424; 
Story Papers, 14. 256; easier access 
suggested, 15. 50; papers of Wm. 
Schouler, 16. 477; of Jas. Savage, 
17. 229; Quincy Papers, 18. 188, 
250-251; papers of Gen. John 
Thomas, 420, 422; memoirs of J. 
C. Dyer, 444-447; diary of Dud- 
ley Bradstreet, 19. 83 ; from estate 
of C. E. French, 20. 227; docs, on 
domestic slave-trade, 409; Graupner 



Collection, 438; papers of P. T* 
Jackson, 590. See also Archives, 
Autographs, Collections, Library of 
M.H.S. 

Manvil, Nicholas, killed at Wyoming 
(1778), 3. 345. . 

Maori, decline, 17. 6. 

Maple sugar, described (1782), 4. 11. 

Maps. — For illus. see next title. — 
Waters- Winthrop, of Eastern Mass., 

1. 211-214, 6. 259, 7. 335-338; 
early, of Boston and Boston Har- 
bor, 1. 211, 2. 478-480, 8. 228, 
230, 18. 329; Winthrop's chart of 
North Shore, 1. 214-215; ancient, 

2. 200, 261; Pound's N. Eng., 
479; solution of Sparks's ^'red- 
line" map question, 3. 361-366; 
FrankUn-Hartley sketch, 366-367, 
4. 60; Oswald, 3. 367; Hubbard's 
New England (1677), 4. 13-21, 
199-206, 6. 41, 19. 54; atlas of 
wars of French Rev. (to 1806), 
4. 46; showing Ordinance of 1784, 
60; of Mexico City (1550), 308; 
Cabot mappe-mo7ide (1544), 6. 305- 
339, 10. 118; influence of Cartier's 
explorations, 7. 298-312 ; of North- 
west (1785), 364-366, 14. 167; 
of Asiatic-Am. connection theory, 
8. 67, 70, 77, 11. 375-376, 378; an- 
ticipations of Cartier's voyages, 8. 
70-78 [see St. Lawrence Gulf]; of 
Sea of Verrazano, 76, 11. 377; early 
chart of New York Harbor, 8. 228, 
230; Agnese's, on Am., 11. 372- 
385; Cabot's chart and Cosa's map, 
12. 5; Livermore's hist, atlas of 
Europe, 108-111, 18.290-291; of 
coast survey, 13. 448; Blanchard- 
Langdon, of N. H. and Canada 
(1756), 18. 199, 399; French, of 
Canada and N. Eng. (c. 1756), 399. 

Maps, ''Wine Hills," 4. 199; ''White 
Hills," 6. 41; section of Waters- 
Winthrop, 7. 26; Maiollo (1527), 8. 
76, 78; part of Worcester County 
(1785), 280; survey of Clark's 
Island, 12. 346; Bahamas, 13. 9; 
Athens and Salamis, 17. 384. 

Ma(]ua Indians. See Mohawk. 

Marathon, battle of, Herodotus's 
description considered, 17. 252- 
262; not a general decisive en- 
gagement, 253, 255, 258, 261 ; Per- 
sian force, 256-258. 

Marblehead, Mass., on early map, 1. 
212; Maverick's account (1660), 
236; in 1650, 2. 47; royal arms 
in, 4. 244; their fate, 244 n.; Foy 



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273 



as name for, 337; impressment in- 
cident (1769), 10. 71; not port of 
entry (1686), 13. 264; women kill 
Indians (1677), 405. 

Marbois, Fran9ois de Barbe-, and J 
Q. Adams (1779), 16. 293; as host 
(1829), 19. U2. 

Marburg, archives on Am. Rev., 3. 
219. 

Marbury, Anne [Mrs. Hutchinson], 3. 
207. 

Marbury, Anthony, of Eng. (1665), 
13. 19. 

Marcel, , and death of Mont- 
calm, 4. 97. 

March. See Marsh. 

Marc hand, Capt. John B., on Brit, 
coast (1861), 18. 139-140. 

Marchant, Cornelius, autobiog. sketch 
of privateering, 12. 198-200. 

Marchant, Henry, 16. 457-459; biog. 
note, 457 n. 

Marchant, William, Commencement 
part, 3. 47 ; death, 47 n. 

Marcou, Jane (Belknap), presents 
Belknap Papers, 4. 206; thanks to, 
207. 

Marcou, Jules, death announced, 12. 
XX, 196. 

Marcy, William L., and Convention 
of Paris, 1. 26; at Leicester Acad- 
emy, 7. 34 n.; and tariff (1832), 
19. 523. 

Maresquelle, Louis de, letter to the 
Cincinnati (1789) seeking admis- 
sion, 6. 161. 

Margry, Pierre, death announced, 
10. 294; M.H.S. tribute to, 554; 
port., 14. 144; Sparks on (1846), 
15. 91. 

Marichal, , port, of Lion Gardiner, 

2. 394. 

Marine. — See also analyzed refer- 
ences under Admiralty, Naviga- 
tion, Navy, Neutral trade, Piracy, 
Privateering, Ships. — Safety of 
Am. (1775), 1. 16; Congress and 
capture of Brit., 17; law of capture, 
26, 27; N. Eng. shipping (1660), 
248; Conn. (1795), 3. 44, 45, 48, 
49; R. I. (1801), 4. 125; Sound 
packets (1789, 1801), 127, 16. 457- 
461; prosperity of Am., 6. 201; 
Brit, and Am. Steam Nav. Co., 7. 
35; Ohio River travel (1836), 273- 
294; description of river boat, 
289; ^ decline of Am., 17. 119; 
carrying trade and peace negotia- 
tions (1782), 41&-419. See also 
Commerce. 



Marion, Ellen (Bridge), 16. 48. 
Marion, Joseph, career, 16. 42-48; 

AUTOG., 43. 
Marissen, Jenneke [Mrs. Wilson], 6. 63. 
Mark, Mary, killed by Indians (1691), 

7. 157. 

Mark, Patrick, of Dunstable, 7. 157. 

Market, advertisement of Boston 
(1687), 9. 473; Boston, authorized 
(1686), 13. 271. 

Markham, Sir Clements R., letter to 
R. C. Winthrop (1890), 5. 421; on 
Cabot on Am. coast, 11. 161. 

Marlborough, Mass., Indian attack 
(1704), 1. 157, 14. 29; Breck or- 
dained minister, 1. 157; Hudson's 
History, 4. 31; population (1790), 
136; note-book of Wm. Brins- 
mead (1682-95), 298-301; Indian 
alarm (1688), 299; first ordination 
at, 301; inn (1677), 6. 89; rumor 
about (1774), 10. 87; Tompson's 
verses on (1676), 266. 

Marlborough, Am. privateer (1777), 
12. 199. 

Marquand, Joseph, biog. note, 16. 
387 n.; mentioned, 397, 442. 

Marquand, Mrs. Joseph, 16. 387, 388. 

Marquise d'Antin, prize case (1748), 
5. 90-91. 

Marrett, Daniel, at Harvard Com- 
mencement (1825), 5. 194. 

Marriage, early, in N. C, 2. 22; Dud- 
ley's proclamation (1686), 13. 
235; civil, in colon. N. Eng., 19. 
173. See also Sexual morality. 

Marritt, Thomas, at Saybrook (1645), 

8. 9. 

Mars, Am. brig, docs, on detention 
(1802), 18. 325. 

Marsh, , of Braintree, marriage 

(1709), 1. 160. 

Marsh, Lieut. Alexander, of Braintree, 
6.-482. 

Marsh, Ann [Mrs. Quincy], 16. 307. 

Marsh, Ebenezer Grant, memoir, 
7. 124. 

Marsh, George Perkins, B K ora- 
tion (1847), 9. 142; biog. note, 
142 n.; on Choate, 11. 149. 

Marsh, Col. John, Indian fight (1697), 
1. 151, 14. 28; expedition (1703), 
33; in Phips's Quebec expedition, 
15. 288, 295, 299. 

Marsh, Rev. John, at Yale Commence- 
ment (1795), 3. 47; biog. note, 
47??.; at Weathersfield, 49; Har- 
vard D.D. (1806), 5. 171. 

Marsh, Jonathan, death (1708), 14. 
25. 



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274 



MARSH-MARSTON 



Marsh, Rev. Jonathan, of New Hart- 
ford, at siege of Boston, 7. 402. 

Marsh, Jonathan, of Nevvburyport, 
representative (1788), 16. 417; biog. 
note, 417 n. 

Marsh, Rev. Joseph [1], record of 
church discipline (1713-24), 6. 
485-487. 

Marsh, Joseph [2], private school, 14. 
200. 

Marsh, Capt. • Nathaniel, non-con- 
sumption agreement (1788), 8. 
497; mentioned, 16. 348. 

Marsh, William, Jr., drawing by, 7. 
374. 

Marshall, Deliverance, birth, 1. 156. 

Marshall, Emily [Mrs. Otis], 14. 108. 

Marshall, G., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 
56. 

Marshall, Gad, death at Wyoming, 

3. 346. 

Marshall, Hagar, death, 14. 27. 

Marshall, Henry, Pilgrim at Ley den, 
17. 179. 

Marshall, Humphrey, in China, 2. 
258. 

Marshall, John [1], petition for wages 
(1686), 13. 251; pay, 276, 281; 
death, 14. 23. 

Marshall, John [2], of Braintree, 
diary (1697-1711), 1. 148-164,14. 
13-34; career and character of 
diary, 1. 148-150, 14. 13-15; 
family, 1. 151, 156; constable, 152, 
158; contributions, 153, 154; im- 
pressed, 157, 161; and John Webb, 
159, 160; milit. watch, 161, 163, 
14. 30-31; death notices in diary, 
16-27; Indian notices, 27-30. 

Marshall, John [3], death, 14. 21. 

Marshall, Oh. J. John [Letters follow], 
statue, 1. 200; on Maiden's in- 
structions on Independence, 335; 
in picture of Va. Conven. of 1829, 

4. 306; as honorary member 
M.H.S., 14. 355 71.; Athenaeum 
port, and bust, 355 ??-.-356 n,. 
X Y Z mission papers, 15. 89-90 
phrase resembling Lincoln's^ 92, 
and Jay Treaty, 151, 152; Story 
on death, 220; addresses on, and 
biog., 16. 129, 130, 18. 185-186; 
port., 16. 145; reality of leadership, 
17. 110 w.; elected to Assembly 
(178'), 457; and impotence of 
Confederation, 471; and Burr trial, 
20. 299. 

Letters: to Timothy Pickering 
(1826) Ga. affairs, W. B. Giles, 14. 
321; (1827) Washington, 322; — 



to Story (1819) nail machinery, 
reception of McCuUoch vs. Md., 
admiralty questions, 324-327; 
(1821) bankruptcy case, recep- 
tion of Cohens vs. Va., Jefierson, 
internal rev. case, 328-331; (1823) 
Bank vs. Dandridge, new Justice, 
admiralty question, Adams-Cun- 
ningham corresp., 331-334; (1628) 
port., bust, Adams's candidacy. 
Story's discourse, Indians, Justice 
Trumble, 335-338; (1829) Hop- 
kinson's appointment, Va. Conven., 
Story's professorship, 338-341; 
(1830) Ch. J. Parker, Craig vs. Mo., 
Madison, 341; (1831) Cabinet, 
Justices' lodgings, possible resigna- 
tion, domestic griefs, operation. 
Justice Baldwin, 341-349; (1832) 
books for Cong, law libraiy, Va. 
and Jackson, Nullification, Com- 
mentaries, 349-354; (1833) pres- 
entation copies of Washington, 
Commentaries, compromise tariff. 
Justices' lodgings, 354-359; (1834) 
Va. politics, possible resignation, 
359. 

Marshall, Mary, birth, 1. 151. 

Marshall, Mary (Sheffield) [Mrs. 
Mills], 14. 15. 

Marshall, Thomas, of London, will 
(1625), 5. 264. 

Marshall, Deacon Thomas, on Boston 
town com. (1657), 1. 326. 

Marshall, Thomas, characterized 
(1775), 12. 140. 

Marshall, Mrs. W^illiam, death, 7. 171. 

Marshall, William B., of Ga., 20. 519. 

Marshall, William E., engravings by, 
8. 196. 

Marshfield, Samuel, marshal (1686), 
13. 243; and Quabaug (1686), 275. 

Marshfield (Green Harbor), Mass., 
Maverick on (1660), 1. 242 ; in 1650, 
2. 48; loyalist refugees, 234; view 
of Webster's house, 7. 373; iron 
ore (1644), 8. 13, 14; pre-Rev. 
inn, 10. 47; regulars sent to (1774), 
89. 

Marshpee Indians, mission, 3. 168. 

Marsters, John M., Commencement 
part (1847), 5. 253, 253 n. 

Marston, Benjamin [1], letter from 
Isaac W^inslow on son, 2. 230; 
at New York, 237; * letter from 
Joanna White (1783) appeal for 
aid, 240; bill, 241; family con- 
nections, 3. 387, 403 n.; guest of 
Old Colony Club, 410. 

Marston, Col. Benjamin [2], illness 



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275 



when child, 2. 230; biog. note, 

231 n.; in N. S., 3. 68. 
Marston, Elizabeth [Mrs. Watson], 

3. 403 n. 
Marston, Elizabeth (Winslow), 2. 

231 n. 
Marston, Eunice [Mrs. Goodwin, 

Mrs. Watson], 3. 387. 
Marston, Haesgen (Abrahams), 6. 56. 
Marston, Capt. John, tavern-keeper in 

Boston, 10. 38; characterized, 12. 

141. 
Marston, John, M., consul at Palermo, 

2. 52, 7. 322.. 
Marston, Lucia [Mrs. Watson], 3. 

387. 
Marston, Martha (Thayer), 2. 52. 
Marston, Nymphas, Commencement 

part (1807) and biog. note, 5. 171, 

171 n. 
Marston, Patience [Mrs. Watson], 3. 

403 n. 
Marston, Phebe [Mrs. Scott, Mrs. 

Watson], 3. 401 n. 
Marston, Thomas, exile in Amster- 
dam (1600), 6. 56. 
Martha's Vineyard, work of May hews 

on, 1. 243; in 1650, 2. 48; Brit. 

report on (1779), 3. 84-88; and 

State govt., 86-88; in 1801, 4. 

128; estates sequestered (1675), 

13. 399. 
Martial law, royal instructions on, 

in N. H. (1702), 8. 101- J. Q. 

Adams and emancipation through, 

15. 436-478 [see Adams]. 
Martin, , innkeeper at Lumber- 
ton, N. C. (1805), 2. 34. , 
Martin, Sergeant, in campaign of 

1760, 5. 357. 
Martin, Capt. Adam, at siege of Bos- 
ton, 9. 81. 
Martin, Alice, [Mrs. Dericks], exile 

in Amsterdam (1607), 6. 56^^ 
Martin. Anne, and small-pox epidemic 

(1764), 13. 390-392. 
Martin, Anne (Gordon), 13. 384, 385. 
Martin, Augustus P., port., 7. 373. 
Martin, Barkley, purchases slaves, 

20. 514-515. 
Martin, Betty, illness when a child 

(1753), 13. 384; and small-pox 

epidemic (1764), 390-392; at a 

dance, 395. 
Martin, EUzabeth [Mrs. Wright], 

exile in xAmsterdam (1599), 6. 56. 
Martin, Esteban, printer in Mexico, 

12. 398. 
Martin, Francois Xa\'ier, Harvard 

LL,D, (1841), 6. 233, 



Martin, George, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 56. 

Martin, Henri, M.H.S. tribute to, 1. 
4-5. 

Martin, Henry, exile in Amsterdam, 
6. 56. 

Martin, James, as child (1753), 13. 
385 ; and small-pox epidemic (1764), 
390-392; and Stamp Act riots, 
393. 

Martin, Capt. John, in campaign of 
1760, 4. 391, 394, 396, 402, 404. 5. 
358. 

Martin, John P., pseudonym, 19. 192. 

Martin, Luther, 2. 14; Anti-Feder- 
ahst, 17. 503, 504, 507. 

Martin, Mary, of Chelmsford, 12. 337. 

Martin, Richard, of Boston, on trade 
com. (1686), 13. 249. 

Martin, Richard, of Charlestown, sea- 
captain (1690), 7. 152.^ 

Martin, Susanna, not included in 
witchcraft indemnity, 1. 81. 

Martin, (?) Thomas (1672), 4. 265, 
266. 

Martin, Capt. Will, suit, 13. 379-381; 
and Gov. Cornwallis, 381; corresp. 
with Jas. Gordon (1752-65), 381- 
396. 

Martin, William, absentee loyalist, 
10.164; confiscated Boston estate, 
180. 

Martindale, , of Bristol, drowned 

(1691), 7. 158. 

Martindale, Captain, privateersman, 
prisoner at Halifax, 2. 301. 

Martineau, Rev. James, Frothingham 
meets, 10. 517; mistaken recollec- 
tion, 18. 302; in 1830, 19. 467. 

Martire Vermigli. See Vermigli. 

Martyr, Peter, and Columbus's dis- 
covery, 8. 67. 

Marvell, Andrew^ on Amsterdam, 6. 
42. 

Marvin, David, death at Wyoming, 3. 
346. 

Marvin, Mrs. Reinold, makes car- 
tridges, 4. 294, 295. 

Marvin, Ruth, makes cartridges, . 4. 
294; Mrs. Kirby, 295. 

Marvin, Seth, death at Wyoming, 3. 
346. 

Marvin, Uriah, death at Wyoming, 
3. 346. 

Marvin, William T. R., gift to M.H.S., 
1. 224. 

Mary II. of England, and witch-trials 
in Mass., 1. 92; Cutts's dedication 
to, 2. 194; port, in Boston, 4. 241; 
Mather's Observanda, 9. 506. 



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MARY-MASON 



Mary, Boston sloop (1689)^ 2. 479; 
in Phips^s Quebec expedition, 15. 
306. 

Mary, royal yacht (1695), 2. 180. 

Mary (1714), 15. 329. 

Mary, privateer (1752), 5. 101. 

Mary, Am. bark (1807), 12. 252. 

Mary and John, Popham Colony ship, 
2. 243. 

Mary Anne, in Phips's Quebec ex- 
pedition, 15. 306. 

Mary Flower, in Phips's Quebec ex- 
pedition, 15. 307. 

Mary of Bristol, royalist ship, cap- 
tured, 1. 241. 

Marye, Stephen, prize case (1743), 5. 
87. 

Maryland, royal memorials in, 4. 249 ; 
travel through (1836), 7. 265-268; 
Federal surplus and free schools 
(1836), 266; courts (1836), 266; 
and navigation of Mississippi (1787), 
17. 461; and ratification of Con- 
stitution, 484, 499, 503-507; and 
Western claims (1780), 19. 114; 
people of Northeastern (1812), 375. 
See also Colonies, South. 

Masconomet, deed to Winthrop 
(1638), 5. 305. 

Maseek, , S. C. planter (1804), 2. 

29. 

Masie, Susan [Mrs. Brown], exile in 
Amsterdam (1610), 6. 56. 

Masie, William, exile in Amsterdam 
(1621,), 6. 56. 

Maskelyne, , London merchant 

(1662), 5. 291. ' 

Mason. See also Masson. 

• Mason, , in Eng. with Hillhouse 

(1739), 9. 364, 369. 

Mason, Alphonso, 3. 143. 

Mason, Ann [Mrs. Babson], 3. 143. 

Mason, Anna [Mrs. Grant], 2. 5, 17. 

Mason, Charles, of Va., port., 10. 
125. 

Mason, Charles, -Commencement 
part (1832) and biog. note, 6. 208, 
208 n. 

Mason, Daniel, of Newport, 2. 238. 

Mason, David, dines with Bellomont, 
2. 127. 

Mason, Capt. Edmund, in Boston 
society (1770), 10. 32, 76. 

Mason, Edward (3., Veto Power, 5. 165. 

Mason, Elizabeth [Mrs. Winthrop], 
20. 193. 

Mason, George, senatorial candidacy 
(1790), 15. 134; and national 
theory of Constitution, 16. 165, 
166; in Fed. Conven., 17. 474; 



Anti-Federalist letter to Washing- 
ton (1787), 477; opposition to Con- 
stitution, 477-479, 484, 495, 496; 
and Va. port bill, 489. 

Mason, George C, and Stuart's port, 
of John Randolph, 1. 30. 

Mason, James M., Conway episode, 13. 
194; Federal measure to capture, 
18. 139 n. See also Trent affair.