ABBOT, David, 7.
—Rev. Ephraim (H. C. 1806), 290 n.
—Phebe, daughter of Jonathan. See Shattuck.
Absentees, loyalist, disposition of estates of, in Massachusetts, 64, 65, 66, 67, 69, 71, 72; act providing for payment of debts of, 66, 67; penalty attached to the return of, 68, 70, 71. See also Loyalists.
—Herbert Baxter, LL.D., xviii.
—John, his defence of accused soldiers in the Boston Massacre, 97 n; his Works, cited, 97 n, 163 n, 276 n; letter from his wife to, 101; Familiar Letters of John Adams and his wife Abigail, cited, 101 n, 278 n; counsel for prisoners in piracy case, 162, 163; disappearance of records of this trial, 163; his letter to Mercy Warren, quoted, 276; his denunciation of Fabian policies, 276, 277; his letters, 281 n.
—John Quincy, son of John, 30.
—Samuel, Governor of Massachusetts 21
Adams House, Boston, 123.
Africa, fondness of savages of, for rings, 261.
Age, advantages of, 196.
Albemarle, Duke of. See Monck.
Albion, Earl of. See Plowden, Sir Edmund.
Alchemy, G. L. Kittredge’s investigations of the study of, in New England, 265.
—Mary Ann, daughter of Judah, 201.
Aliens, law in Massachusetts for expelling dangerous, 70.
Allen, Charles, tribute of, to W. C. Endicott, 43.
—Library, 330 n.
American States, the expression, 14.
—Hon. Frederick Lothrop, A.B., xvi.
—Nathaniel, his Almanack for 1755, lines from, 316.
Amory, Hugh, Gertrude E. Meredith’s Descendants of, cited, 102 n.
—John (1728–1803), 102 n.
—Jonathan (1726–1797), 102 n.
—Thomas (1722–1784), 102 n.
Anderson, Daniel, his case against R. Orchard, 156.
Andersson, Aksel, a guest at the annual dinner, 405.
—Theological Seminary, Rev. E. Pearson made Professor of Sacred Literature in, 290.
Andrew, Hon. John Forrester, LL.B., xvi.
Andrews, John, his Letters, cited, 89 n.
—Joseph (1806–1873), engraver, 123 n.
—Loring, son of Joseph of Hingham, 123 n.
Angel, a gold coin, 353; different values of, 354; applied to a ten shilling bill, in Massachusetts, 354, 355; approved by Judge Sewall as a tip, 355; ten shilling bill of 1702, not so called, 355; possible responsibility of Judge Sewall for this application of the title, 356.
Angell, Hon. James Burrill, LL.D., xviii.
Annandale, Marquis of. See Johnstone, William.
Annapolis, Md., State Houses erected in, 17.
Annapolis Convention of 1786, 282.
Anne, Queen of England, 214.
Antietam, battle of, 241.
Antinomian controversy, 329.
Antwerp, Belgium, 22.
Apache Indians, final defeat of (1886), 46.
Apparel. See Dress.
Appleton, Hannah. See Clarke; Willard.
—John, son of Rev. Nathaniel (H. C. 1712), 289.
—John, son of Nathaniel (H. C. 1749), 323.
—Margaret, sister of Rev. Nathaniel (H. C. 1712). See Holyoke.
—Nathaniel Walker (H. C. 1773), son of Nathaniel (H. C. 1749), letters of, to Rev. E. Pearson, communicated by W. C. Lane, 289; his ancestors, 289; his study of medicine, 289; text of his letters to Pearson, 291–324; Secretary of the Speaking Club, Harvard College, 292 n.
—William Sumner, his Genealogy of the Appleton family, cited, 290 n.
Arblay, Frances (Burney), Madame d’, her diary referred to, 281 n.
Archdale, John, Governor of Carolina, his Description of Carolina, cited, 209 n.
—Isaac Nelson, his Life of B. Arnold, cited, 234 n.
Ashburnham, Bertram, fourth Earl of Ashburnham, 262.
Ashley, Lord. See Cooper, Anthony Ashley.
Asia, rings brought to Greece from, 261.
Assington, Suffolk, England, 202.
Attwood, Joshua, 171.
Atwood, William, 158.
Austin, Hon. James Walker, A.M., xvi.
Ayer, James Bourne, M.D., xvii.
Aylmer, John, Bishop of London, 344.
BABSON, John James, his History of Gloucester, cited, 99 n.
Bacon, David, 260 n.
—Nathaniel, Jr., 15.
Bailey, Hannah. See Shattuck.
Baker, Elizabeth. See Jackson.
—Sarah, daughter of Thomas. See Jackson.
—Thomas, of Roxbury, 254 n.
Balaklava, Russia, battle of, 76.
Balch, Francis Vergnies, LL.B., xvi.
Baldwin, Hon. Simeon Eben, LL.D., xviii.
Baltimore, Lord. See Calvert.
Baltimore, Md., 376 n.
Bancroft, George, his History of the United States, mentioned, 333.
Bangs, Edward, 199.
Baptiste (Baptist), Jean (John), case of, 186.
—New York, 240.
Barbadoes, W. Spry made Governor of, 160.
—Frances, daughter of Francis. See Shirley.
—Francis, 244 n.
—Robert, printer, 336.
Barlow, Joel, his Columbiad, mentioned, 277 n.
—Samuel Latham Mitchell, his copy of early records of Court of Assistants, 151.
Barret, George. See Burdett.
Barrett, Daniel, 324 n.
—John, of Wells, Me., 130.
—John, his Familiar Quotations, mentioned, 285.
Baskett. See Basset, Rev. William.
Bath and Welis, Bishop of. See Piers.
Baynton, Peter, 221.
Bayou, the word, meaning a small stream or creek, of Indian origin, 392 n.
Beard, Rev. John Relly, 190.
—Henry Truman, 220 n.
Bedford City, formerly Liberty, Va., 118 n.
Bedford County, Va., 118 n.
Beech, Madame. See Bache.
Belcher, Andrew (d. 1673), 28.
—Andrew (d. 1717), son of Andrew (d. 1673), 28.
—Anne, sister of Gov. Jonathan. See Noyes.
—Elizabeth (Danforth), wife of Andrew (d. 1673), 28.
—Jonathan, Governor of Massachusetts, son of Andrew (cf. 1717), 28, 29, 115 n, 183, 223 n; Memorial of the Admiralty and Custom House officers to, 168; calls George II. Father of his Country, 280, 281.
—Martha, daughter of Andrew (d. 1673). See Remington.
Belknap, Edward, C. Gullager’s portrait of Washington owned by, 266 n.
Bellingham, Richard, Governor of Massachusetts, 152.
Benevolent Fraternity of Churches of the City of Boston, 2.
Bennet, Charles, first Earl of Tanker-ville, 179.
Berkeley, Sir Henry, 348 n.
—James, third Earl of Berkeley, 179.
—Sir John, first Baron Berkeley of Stratton, elected second Palatine of Carolina, 208.
Besse, Joseph, his Sufferings of the Quakers, cited, 75 n.
Bethune, George, 79 n.
—Mary (Waters), wife of George, 79 n.
—family, of Balfour, 79 n.
Beverley, Robert, his History of Virginia, quoted, 16.
Bigelow, Henry Jacob, son of Jacob, Memoir of, cited, 234 n.
—Jacob, 234 n.
—Major John, Jr., son of John, 387 n.
—Mary A., daughter of Jacob, 234 n.
—Mary (Scollay), wife of Jacob, 234 n.
—Melville Madison, a guest at the annual dinner, 405.
—William Sturgis, son of Henry Jacob, his Memoir of H. J. Bigelow, cited, 234 n.
Billings, John Shaw, D. C. L., xviii.
—Sarah. See Davenport.
Bills of Credit, distress suffered by ministers from difference in value of, 131.
Binney, Charles James Fox, his History and Genealogy of the Prentice or Prentiss Family in New England, cited, 254 n.
—Horace (H. C. 1797), his Bushrod Washington, cited, 269 n.
Bishop, George, his New England Judged, cited, 75 n.
Bittinger, Lucy Forney, her Germans in Colonial Times, cited, 210 n.
Black and White Horse Tavern, Boston. See under White Horse Tavern.
Black Hills, Wyo. and S. D., 392.
Blackleich, Benjamin, 164 n.
—George, 226 n.
—James, his Annals of the Town of Dorchester, quoted, 233 n.
—A Summer at Sea, cited, 220 n.
Bloodhound, a brigantine, 212 n.
Blue Anchor Tavern, Cambridge, 28.
Boardman. See Bordman.
Bodge, Rev. George Madison, his Soldiers in King Philip’s War, cited, 28 n.
Bodleian Library, Oxford, Eng., 205 n.
Body of Liberties, certain rights laid down in, 153.
Bollan, Frances (Shirley), wife of William, 244 n.
—William, 244 n.
Bond, Elizabeth (Jackson) Prentice, wife of Jonas, 251 n.
—Jonas, 251 n.
Book of Hymns, 139.
Book of Sports, J. Glover’s refusal to publish, 334; various accounts of, 335; text of, as issued by Charles I., 336–310; copies of, to be distributed, 341; Laud thought by Puritans to be responsible for, 341, 342; arraignment of, at Laud’s trial, 342; obnoxious to Puritans, 342; A. Wilson’s arraignment of, 342, 343; order for its burning, 351, 352.
Bordman, Andrew, 324 n.
Borland, Francis, 308 n.
Boston, Mass., method of building and supporting the early Town House in, 18, 19; fire of 1711 in, 19, 19 n; Loyalists seek protection in, 51, 55; Memorial History of, cited, 79 n, 89 n, 98 n, 252 n, 254 n, 266 n; Northern cradle of American Independence, 120 n; letter from citizens of Wells, Me., to authorities at, 127, 128; instructions of King William so addressed, 130; attempt at reconciliation between First and Third churches in, 193 n; Sir Edmund Plowden’s arrival in, 210; Palatine emigrants sent to Philadelphia from, 221, 221 n; proceedings of the town of, regarding duty on tea, 293, 293 n, 294, 294 n; resolutions adopted by tea-dealers in, 303, 303 n, 304 n.
—Adams House, 123.
—Benevolent Fraternity of Churches of the City of Boston, 2.
—Black and White Horse Tavern. See below, White Horse Tavern.
—Brazen Head, W. Jackson’s shop in Cornhill, 99 n.
—Brewsters, the, islands in Boston Harbor, 287.
—Cemetery Department, Annual Report of, cited, 233 n.
—Charles Street, 92.
—Christ Church, 301 n.
—City Hall, 85 n. See also under Town House.
—Common Council, 12.
—Common Street, now Tremont Street, 92 n.
—Custom House, F. Botch’s protest against, 294 n.
—Granary Burying Ground, 246.
—Green Street, 324 n.
—Hanover Street, 161.
—Hollis Street, 123.
—Liberty Tree, 96 n.
—Library Society, 12.
—Marshall’s Lane, 323 n.
—Museum of Fine Arts, 2.
—Newbury Street, now Washington Street, 98 n.
—Old State House. See under Town House.
—Parliament House. See under Town House.
—Province House, 85 n.
—Pudding Lane, now Water Street, 274 n.
—Queen Street, 102.
—Record of Streets, cited, 267 n.
—Royal Exchange Tavern, 303 n.
—Selectmen, Minutes of, cited, 83 n.
—Senate House. See under Town House.
—Siege of, song written during, communicated by H. H. Edes, 271.
—Star Tavern, 161.
—State House. See under Town House.
—Town House, the original, erection of, 18, 19; destroyed by fire, 19; sometimes called State House, 19 n; a new building, now called Old State House, erected in 1713, 20; sometimes called City Hall or Parliament House or Senate House, 20; first called State House in 1773, 20, 21 n.
—Town Records, cited, 83 n.
—Water Street, formerly Pudding Lane, 274 n.
—Wednesday Evening Club, 11.
—West Church, 352.
—West Street, 92.
Bostonian, Recollections of a, 92.
—Joseph, de Niverville, memoranda concerning, communicated by H. H.
Bound. See Bownde.
Bouquet, Henry, 283 n.
Bourn, William, 108.
Boutineau, James, 325 n.
—Susanna (Faneuil), wife of James, 325 n.
Bowditch, Charles Pickering, A.M., xvi.
Bowers, Edward, 117.
Bowles, Francis Tiffany, a guest at the annual dinner, 405.
Bowman, Dr.—, 298.
Bownde, Rev. Nicholas, change in method of keeping Sunday occasioned by his Doctrine of the Sabbath, 344 n.
Box Elder Park, Utah, 396.
Brace, Charles Loring, his New West, quoted, 385.
Bradbury, Theophilus, 107.
Bradstreet, Gov. Simon, 75.
Braintree, Mass., 244.
Brandenburg, Duke of. See Frederick William.
Brandywine, battle of the, paper by C. K. Bolton on an incident of, 122–127.
Brattle, Elizabeth (Hayman), wife of Rev. William (H. C. 1680), 355.
—William (H. C. 1722), son of Rev. William (H. C. 1680), 297 n.
Brattle Street, Cambridge, Mass., formerly called Tory Row, 88 n.
Brazen Head, W. Jackson’s shop in Cornhill, Boston, 99 n.
Brereton, Sir William, his Travels, cited, 22 n.
Brewster, Frank, A.M., xvi.
Brewsters, the, islands in Boston Harbor, 287.
Briggs, Ann, daughter of George. See Green.
—Ann (Wing), wife of George, 98 n.
—George, 98 n.
—Mary. See Green.
Brimmer, Hannah, daughter of Martin. See Green.
—Martin, 98 n.
—Martin (b. 1742), son of Martin, 98 n.
—Hon. Martin A.B. (H. C. 1849), xvi.
—Sarah (Watson), wife of Martin (b. 1742), 98 n.
—Susanna (Sigourney), wife of Martin, 98 n.
Brinsleye, Rev. John, 362.
Bristol, R. I., 246.
Brodhead, John Romeyn, his History of the State of New York, cited, 210 n.
Bromfield, Col. Henry (1727–1820), 290 n.
—Sarah, daughter of Col. Henry (1727–1820). See Pearson.
Bromley, Sir George, dedication of his Collection of Original Royal Letters, 281 n.
Brookes, Rev. Matthew, 368; differences between G. Burdett and, 360, 361, 362; his duties determined, 362, 363; brings further charges against Burdett, 363, 367–369; counter-suit of Burdett against, 364, 365, 366, 367, 369, 370, 372.
Brookfield, Mass., 95 n.
Brookline, Mass., formerly Muddy River, 255 n.
—Public Library, 126 n.
Brooks, James Willson, A. M., xvii.
Brown, Arthur W., 220 n.
—Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. Richard. See Langdon.
—Rev. Richard, 322 n.
Brown, Shipley & Co., 143.
—George Forrest, Bishop of Bristol, his St. Catharine’s College, quoted, 195 n.
—William Hand, his Maryland, cited, 216 n.
Brownists, antipathy of J. Cotton and J. Robinson to the name, 331.
Brush, Crean, 99 n.
Brussels, Belgium, 22.
Buchanan, James, 239.
—Tabitha, widow of Nathaniel. See Sergeant.
Bullock, Seth, 381 n.
Bull-pen. See North Park, Colorado.
Bunker Hill; Charlestown, Mass., 53.
Burbidge, Henry, J. F. Cronelly’s Letters to, cited, 384 n.
Burchett, Josiah, 180.
Burdett,—, wife of Rev. George, annuity granted to, 371.
—Rev. George, communication regarding, by Rev. H. A. Parker, 358–373; comes to Salem, 358, 371; his correspondence with Laud, 358, 371, 372, 372 n, 373; a spy for Laud, 358 n; before the Court of High Commission, 358, 359, 363, 364; a clergyman and lecturer in England, 359; annuity granted to, as lecturer, by Great Yarmouth, 359, 360; his early differences with M. Brookes, 360, 361, 362; his duties determined, 362, 363; further charges against, 363, 367–369; his counter-suit against Brookes, 364, 365, 366, 367, 370, 372; his suspension, 371 n.
Bureau, Anne. See Faneuil.
Burke, Sir John Bernard, his Landed Gentry, cited, 244 n.
Burnet, Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury, his History of His Own Times, cited, 213 n.
Burney, Frances. See Arblay, d’.
Burns, Robert, John Wilson’s edition of, 189.
Bushfield, Westmoreland Co., Va., 271.
Bushrod, Hannah, daughter of John. See Washington.
Bute, Earl of. See Stuart, John.
—Sigourney, LL.B., xvi.
Byfiefd, Mass., 296 n.
—Dummer Academy, 290.
Byng, Admiral Sir George, first Viscount Torrington, 179.
CABOT, Arthur Tracy, 12.
—Louis, A.B., xvii.
—Susan (Shattuck), wife of Arthur Tracy, 12.
Cacique, the title, employed in Carolina, 207.
Calamy, Edmund (1671–1732), his Nonconformist’s Memorial, cited, 194 n.
Calderwood, Margaret (Steuart), her Letters and Journals, cited, 23 n.
Calendar of State Papers, cited, 15 n, 22 n, 118 n, 209 n, 210 n, 250 n, 333, 348 n, 349 n, 350 n, 351 n; extract from, regarding W. Franklin, 118; notices of Rev. G. Burdett from, 359, 300, 361, 362, 363, 364, 365–372.
California, national parks in, 377; Yosemite Valley granted to, by Congress, 382, 384, 385, 386, 387; conditions of the grant, 383; recession of Yosemite Valley to the United States advocated by press of, 387 n.
—Geological Survey, Geology, cited, 383 n.
—Governor, Veto message in relation to . . . An Act granting Land in Yosemite Valley, cited, 384 n.
—Reports, cited, 384 n.
—State Geologist, Letter relative to the Progress of the State Geological Survey, cited, 383 n.
—Statutes, cited, 384 n.
—Supreme Court, contention of Commissioners to manage the Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Big Tree Grove upheld by, 383 n.
Call, Caleb, 300 n.
Cambridge, Eng., Emmanuel College, 193 n.
Cambridge, Mass., 317, 328; Paige’s History of, cited, 28 n; estates of refugees in, 53; J. Remington, agent of the town of, 75; Mrs. McKean allowed to sell real estate in, 131; Harvard College removed from (1775), 290, 311 n; early synods in, 329, 330; the birthplace of Congregationalism, 333.
—Blue Anchor Tavern, 28.
—Brattle Street, formerly called Tory Row, 88 n.
—Christ Church, 88 n.
—Holyoke Street, 324 n.
—Kennedy Avenue, 88 n.
—Lyceum Hall, former site of Court House, 88 n.
—Old Court House, 88 n.
—Records of the Town and Selectmen of, cited, 29 n.
—South Street, 324 n.
—Tory Row. See Brattle Street.
Campbell, Archibald, Earl of Ilay, third Duke of Argyll, 179.
Cannæ, Italy, 277.
Canso, Nova Scotia, 179.
Cape Ann, Mass., 173.
Cape Arundel, now Cape Porpoise, Me., 178.
Cape Verde Islands, 104 n.
Carleton, Sir Dudley, his Letters, cited, 22 n.
—Sir Guy, first Baron Dorchester, 316.
Carlisle, Earl of. See Howard, Charles.
Carlton. See Carleton.
Carolina, rights granted in first and second Charters of, 206; title Lords Proprietors used in, 207; Fundamental Constitutions of, 207, 207 n, 208, 209 n; clause regarding titles of honor in first and second Charters of, 207; use of title Palatine in, 207–209; Indian attacks in, 216.
—Chancellor’s Court, constitution of, 208.
Caroline, Queen of George III. of England, 281 n.
Carry, A. See Cary, Nathaniel.
Carson, Christopher (Kit), Life and Adventures of, by De W. C. Peters, cited, 394 n.
Carter, Franklin, LL.D., xvii.
—Hon. James Coolidge, LL.D., xviii.
Carteret, Sir George, 208.
—Samuel, 290 n.
Cashmere, India, table-lands of, 395.
Cemeteries, national. See National Cemeteries.
Century Association, New York City, interest of H. D. Sedgwick in, 210.
Chaderton, William, Bishop of Chester, 315.
Chalcedon, Asia, Council of, 329.
Chamberlain, Hon. Joshua Lawrence, LL.D., xviii.
Chambers, Theodore Frelinghuysen, his Early Germans of New Jersey, cited, 213 n.
Chamblee. See Chambly.
Chambly, Canada, 316.
Champe, Jane. See Washington.
Chancellor’s Court, constitution of, in Carolina, 208.
Chandler, John, 50.
—Peleg Whitman, 9.
Chapman, Lucy. See Washington.
Charles I., King of England, 151, 354; Sir E. Plowden’s petition to, 209; grants Patent for New Albion to Plowden, 210; grants title of Earl Palatine, 211; his Declaration concerning Sports, 335, 336 n, 341, 342, 350; text of, 336–340; commands distribution of the Declaration, 341; his warning to recusants, 338, 342; defied by Richardson, 348; displeased by suppression of wakes, 348, 349; testimony submitted to, regarding Sunday revels, 349–351; his care to maintain courts of justice within their own bounds, 351.
Charles Street, Boston, 92.
Charleston, S. C., State House first erected in, 18.
—News and Courier, 123 n.
—Bunker Hill, 53.
—Committee of Correspondence, 1773, 300 n.
—Court. See Massachusetts, Superiour Court of Judicature.
Charlestown, N. H., French and Indian attack on (1747), 186.
Charters, early American, Palatinate rights granted in, 204–206.
Chase, Charles Augustus, A.M., xvi.
Cheapside, London, 352.
Checkley, Samuel, 114.
Chester, Bishop of. See Chaderton, William.
Chester, Eng., 214.
Chetwynd, William Richard, third Viscount Chetwynd, 180.
Chevré, Martin, 181. See also Détchevré.
Cheyenne, Wyo., 397.
Chicago, Ill., 375 n.
Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park, Georgia, 380.
—Rufus, his address on the Judicial Tenure, quoted, 44.
Christ Church, Boston, 301 n.
Christ Church, Cambridge, Mass., 88 n.
Christmas, festival of, abolished by Presbyterians, 361 n.
Church decoration, 339.
Church music, 141.
Cincinnati, Society of the, Massachusetts, Memorials of, cited, 234 n.
City Hall, the term. See State House.
City House, the term. See State House.
Civil service reform, W. C. Endicott’s support of, as Secretary of War, 47.
Civil War, United States, 251 n.
Claiborne family, 119 n.
Clap, Lemuel, 224 n.
—Samuel, son of Roger, 225 n.
Clapp, Eben, Jr., 225 n.
Clark, Rev. Andrew, his Register of the University of Oxford, cited, 295 n.
—Elizabeth, daughter of James, 324 n.
—George Rogers, his Campaign in the Illinois, quoted, 283 n.
—James, 324 n.
—Hannah (Appleton), wife of William, 78 n. See also Willard.
—Mary, daughter of William. See Oliver.
—Richard (H. C. 1729), son of William, documents drawn from papers of, 78–90; letter to his son, 78–80; memorandum from A. Dupuis & Co. concerning tea sold to, 81, 82, 82 n; order from W. Browne to, 82; rough draft of petition from Clarke and other tea consignees, 82–87; attacks on store and house of, 83, 84, 84 n, 85 n; answer of, to Town of Boston, 87; letter empowering his sons to act in his absence, 87, 88; letter to his son Isaac W., advising a temporary change of residence, 88, 89; his friendship with Joseph Lee, 88 n.
—William, 78 n.
Classis, term used for presbytery, 331.
Clayton, Sir Robert, 280.
Cleveland, Hon. Grover, LL.D., xviii, 45; makes W. C. Endicott Secretary of War, 46; his efforts for civil service reform, 47; delivers address at Centennial of adoption of Federal Constitution, 136 n.
Cleverly, Stephen, 98 n.
Cleverly, Green &, hardware merchants, 98 n.
Clifford, Hon. Charles Warren, A.M., xvi.
Clinton, Henry, seventh Earl of Lincoln, 179.
Clitonian Society, Harvard College, 309.
Coast defences, policy of the United States regarding, 47.
Cobb, Sanford Hoadley, his Story of the Palatines, 213 n.
Cockburne, John, 180.
Cocke, Marcellus, case of Paul Sharrot against, 165 n.
Coffin, Joshua, his History of Newbury, cited, 118 n.
Cohasset, Mass., 172.
Colden, Cadwallader, his History of the Five Indian Nations, quoted, 282 n.
Coldock, Francis, 343 n.
Coleman, Rev. Elihu, his Testimony against that Anti-Christian Practice of making Slaves of Men, 288.
—Lyman, his Ancient Christianity, quoted, 343 n. College of New Jersey. See Princeton College.
Colman, Rev. Benjamin, 221 n his letter to Mrs. George, regarding fashionable apparel, communicated by H. H. Edes, 246–250; letter of, regarding Rev. J. Mayhew’s ordination, communicated by H. H. Edes, 352, 353.
Colonial Society of Massachusetts, character of its meetings, 1; pressing needs of, 3; returns thanks for Dr. N. Folsom’s gift, 131; for the gifts of Hon. II. Davis and the R. C. Billings estate, 133, 134.
—Benjamin Apthorp Gould Memorial Fund, 404. See also Funds.
—By-Laws, amendments to, 405.
—Council, Annual Report of, 1–3, 188–190, 400, 401; publishing of early records urged by, 2; G. V. Leverett elected member of, for three years, 6; Rev. E. H. Hall elected member of, for three years, 192; T. K. Lothrop elected member of, for three years, 404.
—Executive Members of the Council, xv.
—Gould Memorial Fund, name changed to Benjamin Apthorp Gould Memorial Fund, 404.
—Printing Committee, 3.
—Publications, cited, 3 n, 13 n, 26 n, 27 n, 75 n, 79 n, 80 n, 86 n, 89 n, 98 n, 99 n, 104 n, 105 n, 129 n, 130 n, 134 n, 161 n, 186 n, 193 n, 207 n, 221 n, 234 n, 235 n, 241 n, 255 n, 258 n, 266 n, 287 n, 290 n, 295 n, 307 n, 316 n, 317 n, 325 n, 333 n; Vol. II. to contain the Commissions of the Governors of the Province as Vice-Admiral, 156 n.
—Robert Charles Billings Fund. See above. Funds.
—Robert Noxon Toppan Fund. See above, Funds.
Colony, term State substituted for, 14.
—Parks, unusual character of, 387; the most famous, 387, 388; geological formation of, 388; J. C. Fremont’s visit to, 388, 389; peculiarity of exits from, 388 n; animals frequenting, 389, 390, 392, 393, 394, 395, 397; early examples of the word park, as applied to these areas: by Parkman, 392; by E. G. Beckwith, 393; by T. H. Benton, 393; by F. J. Porter, 394; by De W. C. Peters, 394; by M. O’C. Morris, 394; by F. V. Hayden, 394, 395; by B. Taylor, 395; by W. F. Raynolds, 395; by the Legislature of Wyoming, 395, 396; by J. F. Rusling, 396; Indian titles to lands within these areas, 396; present changed conditions in, 397. See also Homati’s Park; Middle Park; North Park; San Luis Park; South Park.
Colter, John, 373 n.
Columbia River, 374.
Comes, Jacob, 223 n.
Commissions of the Governors of the Province as Vice-Admirals, to appear in Vol. II. of the Publications of this Society, 156 n.
Committee of Correspondence, Charlestown, Mass., 1773, 300 n.
Conant, Samuel, 300 n.
Concord, Mass., Harvard College removed to (1775), 311 n.
—South Cliff, 135.
Confiscation Laws of Massachusetts, paper on, by A. McF. Davis, 50–72; spirit of, 52; reported to the General Court, 63; two such Acts passed, 64; amended, 65, 66; suits against agents, as result of, 67, 68; corrective legislation demanded by erroneous description of, 71.
Congregational, term used in Cambridge Platform, 330, 331; used by Rev. J. Cotton, 330, 331, 333; by Rev. T. Shepard, 331; ignored by other Puritan writers, 331; distinction between term Independent and, 331, 332.
Congress, Continental, 60, 279, 313, 313 n, 314, 314 n; Massachusetts House orders examinations of resolutions of, regarding refugees, 55; Journals of, cited, 314 n, 317 n; Lord Howe’s desire to visit, 317.
—Provincial, Mass., 50, 51; action of, regarding property of Loyalists, 52, 53; requests of, to Committee of Safety, on this point, 53; orders sequestration of property of refugees, 54; title of, a misnomer, 54; doings of, legalized by Assembly of the Colony, 54; Journals of, cited, 52 n, 53 n, 54 n, 55 n; right of appeal to, from Maritime Courts, 165; directs that the library and philosophical apparatus of Harvard College be removed to Andover, 311 n; powder-mill at Andover authorized by, 312 n.
—United States, resolutions offered by the House on the death of Washington, 283; bills to establish the Yellowstone National Park introduced into both Houses of, 379 n; Memorial to, from Montana, regarding Yellowstone National Park, 381;n; National Zoölogical Park established by, 381 n; appropriation for National Cemeteries by, 382 n; Yosemite Valley, etc., granted to California by, 382, 384, 385, 386, 387; recession of the grant accepted by, 387 n; Journals of, cited, 287 n.
Connecticut Historical Society, Collections, cited, 236 n.
Conness, John, bill for granting the Yosemite Valley to California, introduced in Congress by, 382.
Conscience, liberty of, 280.
Constantinople, Council of, 329.
Cooke, Elisha (H. C. 1657), 85 n.
—Elisha (H. C. 1697), son of Elisha (H. C. 1657), 85 n.
—Middlecott, son of Elisha (H. C. 1697), 85 n.
Coolidge, Joseph Randolph, 9.
—Thomas Jefferson, Jr., A.B., xvii.
Copeland, Charles, 11.
—Emily, daughter of Charles. See Shattuck.
—Susan (Sprague), wife of Charles, 1.
Corbet, Richard, Bishop of Norwich, 360, 306; differences between M. Brookes and G. Burdett brought before, 361, 362; these differences adjusted by, 361, 362, 363; asks counsel of Laud, 362; Rev. G. Burdett brought before, 363.
Corey, Deloraine Pendre, his History of Maiden, cited, 95 n.
Cosby, Grace, wife of Governor William, 244 n.
—William, Governor of New York, 244 n.
Cotton, Rev. John (1585–1652), 329; his Way of Congregational Churches Cleared, etc., quoted, 330, 331; cited, 331 n; term Independency disapproved by, 330, 331; his antipathy to the name Brownists, 331; his agency in framing the Cambridge Platform, 331, 332; the founder of Congregationalism, 333.
Court House, the term. See State House.
Coventry, Thomas, Baron Coventry, 348 n.
Cowell, Mary, deposition of, 111.
Cowen, Benjamin Rush, 377 n.
Cox, Robert, his Literature of the Sabbath Question, 343 n.
Coxe, Brinton, 205 n.
Craggs, James (1686–1721), Secretary of State (England), 179.
Cranston, Samuel, 162.
Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, 377.
Craven, William, Earl of Craven, Palatine of Carolina, 208.
Crompton, Sigournev, 110.
Cronelly, Joseph F., his California, Letters to Henry Burbidge, cited, 384 n.
Cross, Caroline. See Williamson.
Crowninshield, Benjamin William, Secretary of the Navy, 32.
—Jacob, declines Secretaryship of the Navy, 31.
—family, part of, in development of early American commerce, 31.
Cumings, Archibald, 184.
Cunningham, Henry Winchester, A. B., xv, xvi, 401; nominated and elected Recording Secretary, 6, 192, 404; presents communication for J. Noble, regarding a letter of Increase Mather, 26; gives brief sketch of J. Remington and his son, 28, 29; gives sketch of Christopher Holder, 74; communicates, for E. M. Wheelwright, copy of letter relating to Indian attack on Saco and Cape Porpoise, 127; his comments on this letter, 128–130; reads verses on B. Faneuil, 325.
—Stanley, A.B., xvi.
Curtiss, Frederic Haines, xvii.
—Sarah Moody. See Toppan.
—Thomas (1725–1788), 106.
Cushion. See Cushing.
Custis, John Parke, son of Martha (Dandridge), 279.
—Martha (Dandridge). See Washington.
—Mary Randolph, daughter of George Washington Parke. See Lee.
Custom House, Boston, F. Rotch’s protest against, 294 n.
Customer of London, memorial from, concerning passes and passengers out of the kingdom, 250.
Cutler, Rev. Manasseh, his Life, Journals, and Correspondence, quoted, 316 n.
—Mary, daughter of Rev. Timothy. See Faneuil.
—Rev. Timothy, 325 n.
—Francis Brockholst, 239.
DABNEY, Lewis Stackpole, his tribute to W. C. Endicott, 42.
Dahcotah Indians, 392.
Damariscotta, Me., 116.
Damiscove Island. See Damariscove Island.
Dana, Richard, 115.
—Richard Henry (H. C. 1808), his Buccaneer, cited, 217 n.
Danbury, Ct., burning of stores at, 103.
Dandridge, Martha. See Custis; Washington.
Danforth, Elizabeth. See Belcher.
D’Arcy, Robert, third Earl of Holderness, 179.
Dartmouth, the ship, cargo of tea brought by (1773), 293 n.
Daughters of Liberty, 99 n.
—Rev. Addington (H. C. 1719), 325 n.
—Anne (Faneuil), wife of Rev. Addington, 325 n.
Davis, Andrew McFarland, A.M., xvi, 217 n, 289; paper on Confiscation Laws of Massachusetts by, 50–72; presides at Stated Meeting, 78; exhibits photographs of forms of Writ used in Land Bank cases, 117, 289; exhibits photograph of Resolve relating to Bills of Credit, 130; new light on Land Bank obtained by, 131; references to wreck of Palatine ship given by, 220, 221 n; Tracts relating to the Currency of the Massachusetts Bay, edited by, cited, 288 n; exhibits photograph of a Provincial Ten Shilling Bill, or Angel, 353; his Currency and Banking in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, cited, 355 n; his Sewall’s Mnemonic Lines and their Interpretation, mentioned, 356 n; his Occult Methods of Protecting the Currency, mentioned, 356 n.
—Charles Henry, A.B., xvii.
—Hon. John Chandler Bancroft, LL.D., xviii.
—Jonathan and Seth, their case against T. Sturges, 176–178.
Dean, John Ward, his Captain John Mason, cited, 205 n.
—Richard, Lord Mayor of London, 347.
Deane, Silas, extracts from two letters of, read by H. H. Edes, 236.
Declaration of Sports. See Book of Sports.
Decoration, church, 339.
Dedham, Mass., E. Worthington’s History of, cited, 237 n.
Dedication, feasts of. See Wakes.
Delano, Philip, 199.
Delph. See Delft.
Deplorable State of New England, cited, 170 n.
Derby, Earl of. See Stanley.
—family, part of, in development of early American commerce, 31.
Desmaizeaux, Pierre, the Dedication to his Collection of Several Pieces of Mr. John Locke, quoted, 207 n.
Détchevré, Martin, 181. See also Chevré.
Dexter, Franklin Bowditcii, Litt. D., xviii.
Dialect Notes, cited, 14 n.
Diamond, hunter’s tale of a, 374.
Dickinson, Samuel N., & Co., 190.
Dimick, Joseph, 176.
Dinwiddie, Robert, Governor of Virginia, 265.
Dissenters. See Separatists.
Doane, Gustavus Cheeny, 375.
Doddridge, Philip, character of his hymns, 140.
Dominus, or Sir, use of the title at Harvard and Oxford, 295 n.
Dorchester, Baron. See Carleton, Sir Guy.
—First Church, Records of. cited, 231 n.
—Meeting House Hill, 299 n.
—Sodom, 299 n.
Dorsetshire, Eng., Sunday revels suppressed in, 347.
Draper, Jonathan, 255 n.
—Sarah (Jackson), wife of Jonathan, 255 n.
Dresden, formerly Pownalborough, Me., 93 n.
Dublin, Ireland, letters patent issued to Sir E. Plowden, preserved in, 205 n.
—University, 359 n.
Dudley, Joseph, Governor of Massachusetts, his seizure of whales, 170.
Dulany, Daniel (d. 1753), 217.
Dummer Academy, Byfield, Mass., 290.
Dunlap, Frances. See Lowell.
Dunn, Scollay v., 166.
Durant, Edward, his case against the Court of Admiralty, 168.
Dutch West India Company, 17.
Dwight, Benjamin Woodbridge, his History of the Descendants of John Dwight, cited, 237 n.
Dyckman, Hans, 17.
Dyer, Thomas, admiralty case against, 172.
EAGLE, a British ship, 316.
Eames, Wilberforce, A.M., xviii.
Earl, Samuel, his Palatines and their Settlement in the Valley of the Upper Mohawk, cited, 213 n.
East Indies, 276.
Eaton, Ann (Morton), wife of Theophilus, 341 n.
—Theophilus, 341 n.
—Henry Herbert, ii, xv, xvi, 5, 90, 98 n, 134, 191, 301 n, 403; nominated and elected Treasurer, 6, 192, 404; his tribute to J. Williamson, 13; communicates Memoir of W. Endicott, for J. H. Choate, 29; communicates letter of Christopher Holder, for W. C. Ford, 72; calls attention to an error by Palfrey, 75; his paper on the Sandemanians, mentioned, 76; communicates documents from papers of Richard Clarke, for R. Slade, 78, 89; reads extract regarding W. Franklin, 118; communicates letter written by John Washington, 118; calls attention to certain letters of instruction of King William, 130; presents a petition of Amy McKean, for Dr. N. Folsom, 131; communicates letter of J. Parker, 131; communicates letters of J. Martineau and J. R. Lowell, for H. H. Furness, 134; communicates memoranda concerning Joseph Boucher de Niverville, 186; exhibits original deed given by J. Alden, 198; quotes letter of P. Faneuil, 221; communicates verses and epitaph for W. C. Ford, 224; communicates a letter written by Benedict Arnold, 234; reads extracts from letters by Silas Deane, 236; communicates letter of Rev. B. Colman, 246; communicates letter of J. A. Washington, 267; communicates letter of Bushrod Washington, 269; communicates two new songs, 271; communicates letter of Rev. B. Colman, 352; presents copy of reprint of New-England Weekly Journal, for H. H. Furness, 353; offers vote of thanks, in behalf of Council, for gift of Mrs. Toppan, 404.
—Isaiah, brother of Benjamin, 300 n.
Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., 222 n.
Edward VI., King of England, 354.
Eells, Rev. James, A B., xviii.
Eggleston, Hezekiah, of Marblehead, 108.
—Sarah (Martin), wife of Hezekiah of Marblehead, 108.
Elbridge, Gyles, 113.
Eliot, Rev. Andrew (H. C. 1737), 290.
—Andrew (H. C. 1762), son of Rev.
Andrew (H. C. 1737), 291 n.
—Samuel Atkins (1798–1862), 194.
—Rev. Samuel Atkins (H. C. 1884), a guest at the annual dinner, 405.
Elizabeth, Queen of England, 354.
Ellery, Elizabeth Dana, daughter of William. See Sedgwick.
Emmanuel College, Cambridge, England, 193 n.
—Hon. William Ckowninshield, LL.D., xvi, xvii; J. H. Choate’s Memoir of, communicated, 29; text of the Memoir, 30–49; his public services, 30, 38, 48; his ancestry, 30–32; his education, 33, 34; his services to Harvard College, 34, 35, 36; made President of the Alumni, 35; his legal education and practice, 36, 37; his fitness for his profession, 37, 38; his services in the militia, 38; his political diversions, 38; his training and fitness for the bench, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44; appointed a Judge of the Supreme Court, 40; his arduous labors on the bench, 40, 41; his judicial opinions, 41, 44; tributes to, from bench and bar, 42, 43; resigns from the bench, 45; nominated for Governor, 45, 46; his services as Secretary of War, 46, 47; his public addresses, 48; resumes practice of law, 48; retires from professional and public life, 48; his chief characteristics, 48, 49.
England, use of the word State in, 14; of the term State House in, 19 n, 22, 23; opportunities of sport for professional men in, 37; method of filling vacancies on the bench in, 38, 40; ire of, aroused by resolve embodied in circular letter of Massachusetts House of Representatives (1768), 95 n; demand of, that the resolution be rescinded, denied, 96; statutes relating to piracy in, 165; emigration of German Palatines to, 213, 214; no denominational title assumed by Puritan Separatists in, 328; not the birthplace of Congregationalism, 333; observance of Sunday in, 340, 343, 343 n, 344, 344 n, 345, 346; some terms formerly applied to currency in, 353, 354.
—High Court of Admiralty, 154 n.
—Lords Commissioners of Admiralty, 158.
—Lords of the Privy Council, 157. See also Great Britain.
—Mary (Whipple), widow of Symonds. See Holyoke.
—Symonds, 311 n.
Ephesus, Council of, 329.
Epithets. See Sobriquets.
Erving, Maria Catharine (Shirley), wife of John, 244 n.
—Deeds, cited, 106 n.
Essex County, Va., 119 n.
Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., Historical Collections, cited, 308 n.
Eulogies and Orations on the Life and Death of General George Washington, cited, 287 n.
Eutaw Springs, S. C., battle of, 278.
Evarts, William Maxwell, 239.
Evelin. See Evelyn.
—Robert, 211 n.
Everett, Alexander Hill, his Life of J. Warren, cited, 234 n.
—Rev. Charles Carroll, D.D., xvii.
—Edward, his Mount Vernon Papers, cited, 260 n.
Evesham, N. J., 215.
Eyers, Capt.—, 215.
Fairfax, William, 168.
—family, 120 n.
Fales, Samuel, 315.
Falmouth, Me., 107.
Fane, Thomas, sixth Earl of Westmorland, 179.
Faneuil, Anne, daughter of Benjamin (1701–1785). See Davenport.
—Anne (Bureau), wife of Benjamin (1701–1785), 325 n.
—Mary, daughter of Benjamin (1701–1785). See Phillips.
—Mary, daughter of Benjamin (d. 1783). See Bethune.
—Mary Anne, daughter of Benjamin (1701–1785). See Jones.
—Peter, son of Benjamin (d. 1783), 325 n.
—Susanna, daughter of Benjamin (1701–1785). See Boutineau.
—Michael, 96 n.
Father-in-law, synonymous with stepfather, 258 n.
Feasts of dedication. See Wakes. Felt, Joseph Barlow, his History of Ipswich, Essex, and Hamilton, cited, 118 n.
Fenton, Elizabeth (Temple), wife of John, 301 n.
—John, 301 n.
Fields, Annie Adams, 217 n.
First Church, Boston, 11.
First in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen, the phrase applied to Washington by H. Lee, 285–287.
Fisher, Rev. George Park, LL.D., xviii.
Fitzhugh, William, of Chatham, 119 n.
Fleet, John, 273 n.
—Thomas, 273 n.
Flint, Deborah. See Lee.
—George, his History of Saco and Biddeford, quoted, 127 n.
—Norton, presents a petition of Amy McKean to this Society, 131.
Folsom-Cook Exploration of the Upper Yellowstone in the Year 1869, 374 n.
Foot, Solomon, 382.
Foote, Bev. Henry Wilder, his Annals of King’s Chapel, cited, 244 n.
Ford, William, 221 n.
—Worthington Chauxcey, xviii; communicates an unpublished letter of Christopher Holder, 72; communications of verses and epitaph by, 224–233; his edition of the Writings of Washington, cited, 267 n, 283 n, 284 n; transferred from Roll of Resident to Corresponding Members, 405.
Fort Cumberland, Md., 265.
Foxcroft, Rev. Francis, letters of Rev. B. Colman to, communicated by H. H. Edes, 352.
—Phoebe, daughter of Judge Francis. See Phillips.
France, preliminary treaty of peace between Great Britain, Spain, and (1783), 68; Treaty of Peace and Neutrality in America between England and, alleged violation of, 178, 180; Archives du Ministere des Affaires Etrangeres, 358.
Francis, Rev. Convers, his History of Watertown, cited, 194 n.
Franklin, Benjamin, 236 n, 274, 275, 279, 316, 318; statue of, City Hall, Boston, 85 n; letter to his mother, read by C. K. Bolton, 245, 246; original of the letter in the Boston Athenaeum, 245 n; Bigelow’s edition of his Works, cited, 245 n, 318 n; Lord Howe’s opinion of, 317.
—Jane, sister of Benjamin. See Mecom.
—Sarah, daughter of Benjamin. See Bache.
Frederick County, Md., 217.
Frémont, John Charles, 392, 393; his visit to Colorado Parks, 388, 389, 391, 394; his Report of the Exploring Expedition to Oregon and North California, cited, 389 n, 390 n; his Report on an Exploration of the Country lying between the Missouri River and the Rocky Mountains, cited, 389 n; his Expedition to the Rocky Mountains and to Oregon and North California, cited, 390 n; his Geographical Memoir upon Upper California, cited, 390 n.
Frost, Charles, commander of military forces in Maine, 129.
Frothingham, Richard, his Life and Times of J. Warren, cited, 234 n.
Fulford, Elizabeth, daughter of Richard. See Martin.
—Hon. Melville Weston, LL.D., xviii.
Furness, Annis Pulling (Jenks), wife of Rev. William Henry, 138.
—Horace Howard, LL.D., xviii, 137; communicates letters of J. Martineau and J. R. Lowell, 134; his Variorum edition of Shakespeare, 149; presents copy of reprint of New-England Weekly Journal to this Society, 353.
—Rev. William Henry, 135 n, 136 n; letters of J. Martineau and J. R. Lowell to, 134–149; his Remarks on the Four Gospels, 138, 138 n; his contributions to Martineau’s Hymn book, 138; his fifty years’ pastorate, 142; his religious application of the evolution theory, 143, 144; his retirement from the ministry, 144; his Faith of Jesus, 146; his Conference Discourse and Story of the Resurrection, 148.
—Thomas Brattle (H. C. 1809), 131.
Gardiner, Robert Hallowell, A.B., xviii.
Gardner family, 31.
Garnett family, 119 n.
Gee, Henry, and William John Hardy, their Documents illustrative of English Church History, cited, 340 n.
General Grant National Park, California, 377.
Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday shooting-matches in, 344.
—Thorne, 206 n.
Germantown, Pa., battle of, 279.
Germany, English literary use of the term Stadt House as applied to, 23.
Geronimo, Apache chief, 46.
Gettysburg National Military Park, Pa., 380.
Gibbon River, Wyo., 380 n.
Gibbs, Wolcott, LL.D., xviii.
Gibbs, House v., 167.
Gifford, William Logan Rodman, A.B., xviii.
Gilman, Daniel Coit, LL. D., xviii.
Glas, John, 76.
Gloucester, Duke of. See Humphrey.
Glover, Anna, her Glover Memorials, cited, 333 n.
—Rev. Josse, and the Book of Sports, paper on, by H. A. Parker, 333–352; controversy as to his Christian name, 333, 334, 335 n; petition to Laud concerning, 334, 335; his refusal to publish the Book of Sports, 334; Laud’s answer, 334, 335.
Godman, Elizabeth, daughter of John. See Shirley.
Goffe, Daniel, 184.
—William, the regicide, 193 n.
Good Hope, a ship, 164 n.
Goodale, George Lincoln, LL. D., xvii.
Goodwin,—, 348 n.
—James Junius. See Starr, Frank Farnsworth.
Gookin, Daniel, 260.
Gordon, Patrick, Governor of Pennsylvania, 223 n.
—Thomas Francis, his History of New Jersey, cited, 210 n.
Gosson, Stephen, his Playes Confuted in fiue Actions, mentioned, 343 n.
Gould, Benjamin Apthorp, LB. D., F. R. S., xvi.
Gozzaldi, Mary Isabella, 324 n.
Gracchi, the, 333.
Graham, James, first Duke of Montrose, 179.
Grand Constitution, The: a new Federal Song, 273–275.
Grant, Caleb, 255 n.
—Elizabeth (Jackson), wife of Caleb, 255 n. See also Taylor.
Grant National Park, California. See General Grant National Park, California.
Gravesend, Eng., 244.
—Council of State, its recommendation regarding W. Franklin, 118.
—Parliament, George III. Announces preliminary treaty of peace at opening of, 68; dissolution of (1774), 308; acts regarding the observance of Sunday passed by, 346; a collection of all publicke orders ordinances and Declarations of both Houses of Parliament, etc., cited, 352 n.
—Statutes of the Realm, cited, 346 n. See also England.
Greeks, H. D. Sedgwick’s work in behalf of, 238.
Green, Ann (Briggs), second wife of Richard, 98 n.
—Charles Montraville, M.D., xvi.
—Hannah (Brimmer), first wife of Richard, 98 n.
—Mary (Briggs), wife of Samuel, 98 n.
—Samuel, 98 n.
—Samuel Abbott, 353.
—Samuel Swett, A. M., xvi.
Green & Cleverly, hardware merchants, 98 n.
Green Street, Boston, 324 n.
Greenfield, Mass., F. M. Thompson’s History of, cited, 234 n.
—Sarah. See Appleton; Haven.
Greenough, Mrs.—, 323.
—James Bradstreet, A.B., xvii.
Greenwich, Eng., 339.
Greenwood, Hannah (Ward), wife of Thomas, 256 n.
Grenville, George, 90.
Gresham, Sir Thomas, quoted, 22.
Greyhound Tavern, Roxbury, 97 n.
Griffin, Appleton Prentiss Clark, xviii.
—Samuel, & Co., their case against G. Thomas and others, 173.
Grigsby, Hugh Blair, his Virginia Convention of 1776, quoted, 267 n.
Groton, Mass., 28.
—Groton School, 48.
Gullager, Christian, portrait of Washington by, 266 n.
Gunnison, John Williams, 393 n.
Gunpowder, Continental Army’s need of, 312 n.
—Muriel, daughter of Brampton. See Saltonstall.
Gwynn, Thomas, 364.
HACKNEY, Eng., 141.
Hadley, Arthur Twining, LL.D., xviii.
Hague, The, Holland, 22.
—George Silsbee, A.M., xvi.
Halifax, Earl of. See Montagu, George.
Hall, Capt. Burgess, 221.
—Benjamin Homer, his College Words and Customs, cited, 295 n.
—Rev. Edward Henry, D. D., xv, xvii; presents Report of Nominating Committee, 6; Memoir of G. O. Shattuck communicated by, 6; text of the Memoir, 7–12; elected Member of Council for three years, 192; paper on the Origin of Congregationalism by, 326–333.
—Capt. James, 293 n.
—Joseph, Bishop of Exeter, his Apologie against Brownists, cited, 22 n.
Hamands. See Hammond.
—William Douglas, 334.
Hammatt Papers, cited, 311 n.
Hancock, Dorothy (Quincy), wife of Gov. John, 84 n. See also Scott.
Hanover Street, Boston, 161.
Hardy, William John. See Gee, Henry.
Hargrave, Francis, his State Trials, cited, 342 n.
Harrison, Joseph, his refusal to clear the ship Dartmouth, 294 n.
Hart, Charles Henry, his Catalogue of the Engraved Portraits of Washington, cited, 266 n.
Hartford, Ct., State House erected in, 18.
Harvard, John, 24.
Harvard College, 32; early Records of, to form a volume of the Publications of this Society, 3; Samuel Gibson’s trial for illegal frequenting of, 26, 27, 28, 29; conditions at, in 1843, 33, 34; its development under President Eliot, 34, 35; W. C. Endicott’s services to, 34, 35, 36; W. C. Endicott elected President of the Alumni of, 35; documents concerning, published by this Society, 193; remarks on R. Saltonstall’s unnamed candidate for the Presidency of, by J. Noble, 193–196; text of Saltonstall’s proposal, 196–198; More’s Ethics (Enchiridion Ethicum) used as text-book at, 235; bequests of E. Jackson to, 258, 258 n; degree conferred on Washington by, 266; in exile from Cambridge (1775–1776), 290, 311 n; Rev. E. Pearson’s services to, 290; Rev. S. Locke’s resignation of the Presidency of, 291, 291 n; water color view of (1805), 291 n; use of title Sir or Dominus at, 295 n; use of the term Scarecrow at, 299; four vacations at, 299 n; regulations regarding use of tea at (1774–1775), 302 n, 303 n; attempts to choose a successor to President S. Locke, 296, 298, 300 n; Rev. S. Langdon accepts Presidency of, 306 n; early requirements for the degree of A.M. at, 315 n; first Triennial Catalogue of, in pamphlet form, 316, 316 n.
—Clitonian Society, 309.
—Gore Hall. See below, Library.
—Harvard Union, 76.
—Holden Chapel, 34.
—Hollis Hall, 34.
—Holworthy Hall, 34.
—Law School, 291 n.
—Laws, cited, 315 n.
—Library, 34, 341 n, 344 n; collection of F. Vizetelly’s war sketches given to, 76; certain letters of N. W. Appleton to Rev. E. Pearson given to, 289; manuscript copy of the Laws preserved in, 315 n.
—Massachusetts Hall, 34.
—Memorial Hall, E. Savage’s portrait of Washington in, 266 n.
—Patriotic Association. See below, Speaking Club.
—Phi Beta Kappa, 34.
—Quinquennial Catalogue, 316 n.
—Records, 198 n.
—Stoughton Hall, 34.
—Triennial Catalogues, 130.
—University Hall, 34.
Harvard Historical Studies, 204 n.
Hatch, Nathaniel, 116.
Haven, Joseph, 290 n.
—Sarah (Greenleaf) Appleton, wife of Joseph, 290 n.
Haverhill, Mass., 85 n.
Haversach, John, 215.
Hawthorne, William, 152.
Hayden, Ferdinand Vandeveer, his exploration of the Yellowstone region, 375, 379 n, 381 n; urges a national park, 379 n, 398; his description of North Park, Colorado, 394, 395; his comment on the park-like areas of Utah, 396.
Hayley, the ship, 84 n.
Hayman, Elizabeth. See Brattle.
Haynes, Henry Williamson, 220 n.
Haywood. See Harwood, Thomas.
—Joseph P., 219.
—Samuel, his Annals of Pennsylvania, cited, 210 n.
Hazelrod, a nickname applied to Peter Oliver, 86 n.
Heard, Sir Isaac, 267 n.
Hearne, Thomas, 280.
Heath, Sir Robert, rights granted to, in Patent of Carolana, 204.
Hedge, Barnabas, 305 n.
Heitman, Francis Barnard, his Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army during the War of the Revolution, mentioned, 123 n.
Hemenway, Augustus, A.B., xvi.
Henry VIII., King of England, 354.
Henry, Alexander, his Travels and Adventures in Canada, quoted, 282 n.
—Joseph, 376 n.
Henry County, Missouri, 390 n.
Herbert, a frigate, wreck of, 220.
Hewett, Edgar Lee, his article on Government Supervision of Historic and Prehistoric Ruins, mentioned, 378 n.
Higginson, Helen, daughter of Rev. Edward. See Martineau.
—Thomas Wentworth, his Afternoon Landscape, cited, 217 n.
—Thomas, President of Harvard College, 239.
Hilliard, William, 131.
Hilman, John, 167.
Hilton, Gustavus Arthur, LL.B., xvi.
Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Memoirs, cited, 210 n.
Hoar, Rev. Leonard, President of Harvard College, 193.
Hog Island, Me., 116.
Holder, Charles Frederick, his Holders of Holderness, cited, 75 n.
Holderness, Earl of. See D’Arcy, Robert.
Hollis Street, Boston, 123.
—Sarah (Wendell), wife of Rev. Abiel, 254 n.
—Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. Edward. See Kneeland.
—Margaret, daughter of Rev. Edward. See Mascarene.
—Margaret, daughter of Edward Augustus, 318.
Holyoke Street, Cambridge, 324 n.
Homans, Sheppard, Colorado park named for, 393 n.
Hood, Samuel, 162.
Hooke, Rev. William, 195.
Hooper, Edward William, LL.D., xvii.
Hopkinton, Mass., Township Number Five granted to men from, 312 n.
Hough, Franklin Benjamin, his Diary of the Siege of Detroit, quoted, 282 n.
House v. Gibbs, 167.
Howard, Abraham, 117.
—Charles, third Earl of Carlisle, 179.
—Philip, fifth Duke of Norfolk, 327.
Howell, James, his Familiar Letters, cited, 22 n.
Hubbard, Nathaniel, 159.
Hudson, John Elbridge, LL.B., xvii.
Hudson River, 214.
Hughs, John, case of R. Manderson against, 167.
Hulme, Lancashire, Eng., 193 n.
Humphrey (1391–1447), Duke of Gloucester, 280.
Humphrey, George P., his American Colonial Tracts, mentioned, 211 n.
Humphreys, David, letter of Washington to, 283.
Hungerford, Nancy (Washington), wife of Thomas, 119.
Huntingdon, Earl of. See Hastings.
Huntington, Rev. William Reed, D.D., xviii.
Hurd, Benjamin, 300 n.
Huron Indians, 282 n.
Hutchinson, Eliakim, son of William (d. 1721), 244 n.
—Thomas, Governor of Massachusetts, 84 n, 297 n; his History of Massachusetts, quoted, 21, 95 n, 96 n, 332; cited, 163 n, 281 n, 294 n, 332 n; some addressers of, 59, 98 n, 99 n; of special commission for trial of piracy cases, 162, 163; case against D. Wybourne, 167; title applied to Gov. Winthrop by, 281; refuses to give pass for the Dartmouth, 294 n; his Diary and Letters, cited, 295 n; burned in effigy at Princeton, 303 n.
Hymn and Tune Book, 139.
Hymns of Praise and Prayer, J. Martineau’s hymn-book, 141.
Hymns of the Spirit, 139.
Ilay, Earl of. See Campbell, Archibald.
Inches, John Chester, xvi.
Independence, Declaration of. See Declaration of Independence.
Independence Day, celebration of, 1789, 285.
Independence Hall, Philadelphia, 18.
Independency, or Independent, 326; establishment of the term, 328; term not approved by Cambridge Synod, 330; nor by Rev. J. Cotton, 330, 331; use of the term by early Puritan divines, 331; distinction between Congregationalism and, 331, 332.
Independent Company, Trufant’s, 125 n.
Indians, 24, 105, 108, 111, 112, 113, 114; so-called State Houses of, 25, 26; absurd titles applied to, 26; outbreaks of (1885–1886), 46; attack on Saco and Cape Porpoise by, 127, 127 n, 128, 130; term Red Men applied to, 149, 150; perhaps so called on account of the artificial coloring of their skins, 150; Jesuits instigate uprisings of, 216; employment of the word Father among, 281 n, 282 n, 283 n; destroyers of tea disguised as, 299, 299 n; Yosemite Valley a hiding place for, 382; depredations by, in parks of Colorado, 396, 397; their titles to park lands extinguished, 396. See also Apache; Arapahoe; Dahcotah; Huron; Ohio; Seneca; Sioux; Tuscarora.
Inkerman, Russia, battle of, 76.
JACK O’ Lanthorn, Dr. A. C. Willey’s account of, 218.
Jackson, Abigail, daughter of Edward (b. 1652), 253 n.
—Abigail, daughter of Edward (b. 1652). See Robbins.
—Abigail (Wilson), second wife of Edward (b. 1652), 253 n.
—Alice, daughter of Edward (b. 1652), 253 n.
—Caleb, son of Edward (1605–1681), 251 n.
—Charles (1775–1855), son of Jonathan (1743–1810), 254 n.
—Christopher, of London, 251 n.
—Dorothy (Quincy), wife of Edward (1708–1757), 254 n.
—Edward (1605–1681), son of Christopher, copy of his Will, communicated by J. Noble, 250; text of the Will, 256–260; his family, 251 n rings bequeathed by, 255, 260, 263; provision against alienation of lands, 257; his bequests to Harvard College and to Cambridge, 258, 258 n; one of the proprietors of Cambridge and Billerica, 258 n.
—Edward, son of Edward (b. 1652), 253 n.
—Elizabeth, daughter of Edward (1605–1681). See Bond; Prentice.
—Elizabeth, daughter of Edward (b. 1652). See Prentice.
—Elizabeth, daughter of Jonathan (d. 1693), 253 n.
—Elizabeth, daughter of Jonathan (1672–1736), 254 n.
—Elizabeth, daughter of Sebas (d. 1690). See Grant; Taylor.
—Frances, first wife of Edward (1605–1681), 251 n.
—Frances, daughter of Edward (1605–1681), 251 n.
—Grace, first wife of Edward (b. 1652), 253 n.
—Hannah, daughter of Edward (1605–1681). See Wilson.
—Hannah, daughter of Edward (1605–1681). See Ward.
—Hannah, daughter of Edward (b. 1652). See Loring.
—Hannah, daughter of Jonathan (1743–1810). See Lowell.
—Hannah (Tracy), wife of Jonathan (1743–1810), 254 n.
—Harriet, daughter of Jonathan (1743–1810), 254 n.
—Henry, son of Jonathan (1743–1810), 254 n.
—Israel, son of Edward (1605–1681), 251 n.
—Jabez, son of Jonathan (1672–1736), 254 n.
—James (H. C. 1796), son of Jonathan (1743–1810), 254 n.
—John, son of Sebas (d. 1690), 255 n.
—Jonathan, son of Sebas (d. 1690), 255 n
—Jonathan (b. 1701), son of Jonathan (1672–1736), 253 n.
—Jonathan (b. 1704), son of Jonathan (1672–1736), 254 n.
—Jonathan (1743–1810), son of Edward (1708–1757), 254 n.
—Joseph, son of Edward (1605–1681), 251 n.
—Joseph, son of Sebas (d. 1690), 255 n.
—Lydia, daughter of Edward (1605–1081). See Fuller.
—Margaret, daughter of Edward (1605–1681), 251 n
—Mary, daughter of Jonathan (d. 1693), 253 n.
—Mary, daughter of Sebas (d. 1690), 255 n.
—Mary, daughter of Jonathan (1672–1736), 254 n.
—Mary, daughter of Edward (1708–1757). See Wendell.
—Mary, daughter of Jonathan (1743–1810). See Lee.
—Patrick Tracy, son of Jonathan (1743–1810), 254 n.
—Rebecca, daughter of Edward (1605–1681). See Prentice.
—Robert, son of Jonathan (1743–1810), 254 n.
—Samuel, son of Edward (b. 1652), 253 n.
—Sarah, daughter of Edward (1605–1681). See Hobart.
—Sarah, daughter of Sebas (d. 1690). See Draper.
—Sarah, daughter of Jonathan (d. 1693), 253 n.
—Sarah, daughter of Jonathan (1743–1810), 254 n.
—Sebas, son of Sebas (d. 1690), 255 n.
Jackson, Tracey & Tracey, owners of the Yankee Hero, 316 n.
Jacob, a shallop, 157.
James City, Va. See Jamestown.
Jameson, John Franklin, LL.D., xviii.
Jefferson, Thomas, 31.
Jenks, Annis Pulling. See Furness.
—Rev. Henry Fitch, 2.
Jennings, Sir John, 180.
Jepson, Benjamin, 86 n.
Jesuits, Indian uprisings instigated by, 216.
—Hon. Edward Francis, LL.B., xvii.
—Samuel, A.M., xvi.
Johnston, Adjutant—, 268.
Johnstone, William, first Marquis of Annandale, 179.
Jones, Rev. Hugh, his Present State of Virginia, cited, 215 n.
—John, 325 n.
—Mary Anne (Faneuil), wife of John, 325 n.
Joyce, a ship, 221 n.
Joyce Junior, his handbill threatening tea consignees, 89, 90; remarks on, by A. Matthews, 90–104; another handbill signed by, 93; card to, from Plymouth protestors, 94; notice to his allies, 94, 95, 95 n; his notification to suspected Tories, 97–101; Abigail Adams’s letter regarding, 101; his attack on the Amorys, 102; remonstrance against, 102, 103; origin of, 104.
Julian, George Washington, 384.
Justiciary Courts of Admiralty, 160.
KATHERINE, a French brigantine, 179.
Keayne, Robert, his bequest to Boston, 18.
Keech, John, case of W. Woodrope against, 155.
Keen, Gregory Bernard, his Note on New Albion, cited, 211 n.
Keith, Israel, 292 n.
Kelby, William, 212 n.
Kellen, William Vail, LL.D., xvii.
Kemble, Frances. See Butler.
Kemp, Richard, Secretary of Virginia, 15.
Kendall, Joseph S., 134.
Kennedy Avenue, Cambridge, 88 n.
Kent, Rev. Benjamin (H. C. 1820), 201.
Ker, John, first Duke of Roxburgh, 179.
Kieft, William, tavern built by, in New Amsterdam, 17.
Kimball, Harriet McEwen, 139.
King, Peter, first Baron King of Ockham in Surrey, 179.
King Philip’s War, 28.
King William County, Va., 119 n.
King’s Book of Sports. See Book of Sports.
King’s Declaration of Sports. See Book of Sports.
Kittredge, George Lyman, LL.D., xv, xvi, 1, 6, 19 n, 26, 50, 122, 187, 201, 202, 235, 237, 265, 325, 356 n, 357, 400, 405; nominated and elected President, 6, 192, 404; announces death of J. Williamson, 13; his investigations of the study of alchemy, in New England, 265; announces death of J. A. Peters, 357.
—William, 312 n.
Knowles, Benjamin L., 220.
Koenigsberg, Germany, 221.
LABOURNE, Alexander, case of John Woodmansey against, 154 n.
Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Dumotier, Marquis de, 124.
Lahb. See Lobb.
Land Controversies in Maine, communication on, by J. Noble, 104–117.
—George Martin, LL.D., xvi.
Langford, Nathaniel Pitt, his reprint of the Cook-Folsom Exploration, 374 n, 375 n; his visit to the Yellowstone region, 375; the reference to a national park in his lectures on the Yellowstone region, 376 n, 378 n, 380 n; made Superintendent of the Yellowstone National Park, 377 n; publication of his Diary of the Washburn Expedition to the Yellowstone and Firehole Rivers, 397; his part in the accomplishment of the Yellowstone Park project, 398.
Lanman, Charles, his Recollections of Curious Characters and Pleasant Places, cited, 220 n.
Lapsley, Gaillard Thomas, his County Palatine of Durham, mentioned, 204 n.
Laramie City, Wyo., 396.
Laramie plains, Wyo., 395.
Laremit,—, case of John Woodmansey against, 154 n.
Lasant, Jacob, 215.
—Francoise Marie (Jacquelins), wife of Charles, 152.
Land, William, Archbishop of Canterbury, 340 n, 347, 351; E. Darcey’s petition to, 334, 334 n; his answer to Darcey, 334, 335; Declaration of Sports attributed by Puritans to, 341, 342; J. Wilde’s speech at trial of, 342; his opposition to the Declaration of James I., 346; his letter to Bishop Piers, 348, 349; his correspondence with Rev. G. Burdett, 358, 371 n, 372, 372 n, 373; appealed to by Bishop Corbet, 362.
Laurel Hill, Stockbridge, Mass., 240.
Laurel Hill Association, Stockbridge, Mass., the pioneer of village improvement societies, 240.
Lavoisier, Autoine Laurent, 313 n.
Lawaughqua, a Shawnee Indian, 282 n.
Lawrence, Rev. Arthur, D.D., xvii.
Lee, Deborah (Flint), wife of Thomas (1673–1766), 88 n.
—Francis Bayley, his New Jersey as Colony and State, cited, 210 n.
—Francis Henry, xvii.
—Hannah, daughter of Richard Henry. See Washington.
—Henry (1756–1818), resolutions on death of Washington prepared by, 286; his funeral oration on Washington, 287; speaks of Washington as first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen, 287.
—Henry (1782–1867), 254 n.
—Lydia, daughter of Rev. Samuel. See George; Mather.
—Mary (Jackson), wife of Henry (1782–1867), 254 n.
—Mary Randolph (Custis), wife of Robert E., 119 n.
—Mildred (Washington), wife of Thomas (d. 1805), 208 n.
—Rebecca (Phips), wife of Joseph, 88 n.
—Richard, 267 n.
—Rev. Samuel, of Bristol, R. I., 246.
—Thomas (1673–1766), 88 n.
—Thomas (d. 1805), son of Richard Henry, 268 n.
Leeds, Yorkshire, Eng., 120 n.
Leedstown, formerly Leeds, Va., 120 n.
Lefavour, Henry, LL.D., xvii.
Leigh, John, of Agawam, and his Descendants, cited, 89 n.
—Rev. John, President of Harvard College, 130.
Lewis, Job, 110.
Lex Mercatoria, recommended as a model for Massachusetts admiralty laws, 152.
Leyden, Holland, 22.
Liberty, now Bedford City, Va., 118 n.
Liberty of conscience, 280.
Liberty Tree, Boston, 96 n.
Lincoln, Earl of. See Clinton, Henry.
Lincoln, Abraham, 382 n.
—Francis Henry, A.M., xvi.
—Waldo, A.B., xvi.
“Little Boston,” funeral ring worn by, 264.
Littlefield, Edmund, 129.
Livermore, liev. Samuel T., his History of Block Island, cited, 220 n.
Liverpool, Eng., Dr. Martineau’s congregation at, 141.
Livingston,—, daughter of Gov. William, 278.
Lloyd, Thomas, 221 n.
Lobdell, Capt.—, 172.
Loch Long, Argyllshire, Scotland, 142.
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 137.
London, Bishop of. See Aylmer, John; Land, William.
—Paul’s Cross, 343 n.
—Salters’ Company, 243 n.
—Sion College, 344 n.
—Sloane Square, 212.
—Westminster, Palace of, 340.
Long, John Davis, 45.
Lord, Nathaniel James, 36.
Lord Proprietary, use of the title in Maryland, 207.
Lords Commissioners for Plantations, supplication from Massachusetts Bay to, 372.
—Hannah (Jackson), wife of Joshua of Roxbury, 253 n.
—James Spear, his Hundred Boston Orators, cited, 266 n.
—Joshua, of Roxbury, 253 n.
Louis XV., King of France, 282 n.
Louisiana, 283 n.
Low, Arthur, 173.
Lowell, Augustus, A.M., xvii.
—Francis Cabot (H. C. 1793), 254 n.
—Hannah (Jackson), wife of Francis Cabot (H. C. 1793), 254 n.
—James Russell, quoted, 14; his Poetical Works, cited, 14 n; letters of, to W. H. Furness, 134–137; his tribute to R. W. Emerson, 134, 135; his reflections on old age, 135, 136; declines invitation to write Ode for centennial of adoption of Federal Constitution, 136, 136 n, 137.
—John (H. C. 1786), 85 n.
—Hon. John, LL.D. (H. C. 1843), xvi.
Loyalists, authority for outrages upon property of, 50; no justification in law for assaults upon person of, 50; protection given to those committing such assaults, 51, 51 n; motive for first legislation regarding abandoned property of, 52; resolve of Provincial Congress regarding, 52, 53; action of both Congress and Committee of Safety regarding, 53; Congress orders sequestration of abandoned property of, 54; this property entrusted to selectmen and committees of correspondence, 55, 56, 57, 59, 60; exchange of property arranged between Patriots and, 56, 57; further legislation regarding, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72; provisions for support of families of, 60, 61, 64; proposition to permit compulsory apprenticeship of children of, 61; authority of judges of probate over property of, 62, 63; act to prevent return of, to Massachusetts, 63, 70; disposition of estates of, 64, 65, 66, 67, 69; act providing for payment of debts of, 66, 67; revision of laws against, recommended, 68; assaults upon, by Joyce Junior, 93–102; Joyce Junior asked to drive them from Boston, 103. See also Absentees.
Luther, Martin, divine authority of the Sabbath not recognized by, 343 n.
Lyman, Arthur Theodore, A.M., xvii.
—Mary (Warren), wife of Samuel, 234 n. See also Newcomb.
—Samuel, 234 n.
MACAULAY, Thomas Babington, Baron, 276 n.
Macclesfield, Earl of. See Parker, Thomas.
McFarland, John, 112.
McKean, Amy, wife of Rev. Joseph, her petition to the Legislature for leave to sell real estate, presented to this Society, 131.
—Rev. Joseph, 131.
McKinley, William, 30.
Madison, James, 32.
Magdalen College, Oxford, 243 n.
Maine, Bibliography of the State of, by J. Williamson, 13; communication on Land Controversies in, by J. Noble, 104–117; military forces in, commanded by Maj. Frost, 129; Documentary History of the State of, cited, 205 n, 206 n, 207 n; rights granted to Sir F. Gorges in Charter of (1639), 206; title Lord Proprietor used in, 206, 207.
Maine Register and Reference Book, J. Williamson’s, mentioned, 13.
Maiden, Mass., D. P. Corey’s History of, cited, 95 n.
Manchester, Duke of. See Montagu, Charles.
—Earl of. See Montagu, Henry.
Manchester (England) Guardian, John Wilson proof-reader of, 189.
Manderson, Robert, case of, against J. Hughs, 167.
Manly, Capt. John, 99 n.
Mann, Horace, 32.
Manning family, 31.
Mansfield, Isaac, 109.
Manship, Henry, his History of Great Yarmouth, cited, 361 n.
March, Francis Andrew, 379 n.
Marienborn, Germany, 221.
Maritime Courts, establishment of, in Massachusetts, 165.
Marius, title pater patriae applied to, 280 n.
Marprelate, Martin, pseudonym, 344.
Marsh, Arthur Richmond, A.B., xvii.
Marshall, John, 285; death of Washington announced in House of Representatives by, 286; his Life of Washington, cited, 286 n; his account of the resolutions offered by the House on Washington’s death, 286 n.
Marshall’s Lane, Boston, 323 n.
Marshfleld, Mass., 173.
—Richard. See Martyn.
—Sarah, daughter of Samuel. See Eggleston.
—Helen (Higginson) wife of Rev. James, 138.
—Rev. James, 190; letters of, to W. H. Furness, communicated by H. H. Furness, 134; his letters to J. H. Allen, mentioned, 134 n; text of letters to W. H. Furness, 137–149; his Hymn-book, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143; his metaphysical habit, 144, 146; his attitude toward Oriental literature, 145; his feeling about public approval of his work, 145; about philosophic schools, 146; about the disabilities of age, 146, 147; about W. H. Furness’s Faith of Jesus, 146; his Seat of Authority in Religion, 147, 147 n, 148.
Martyn, Richard, of Portsmouth, N. H., 129.
Mary I., Queen of England, 354.
Mary II., Queen of England, 151.
Mason, Charles Frank, A.B., xvii.
Massachusetts, 50, 61; printing of Vital Statistics of towns of, 2; importance of publishing records of ancient churches of, 2; early use of the term State House in, 16, 17, 21; judiciary of, 39, 40; paper on Confiscation Laws of, Dy A. McF. Davis, 50–72; practically under two governments, after organization of Provincial Congress, 51; paper on Admiralty Jurisdiction in, by J. Noble, 150–185; status of negroes in (1721), 181; Sewall’s Selling of Joseph the first published protest against slavery in, 287; instructions regarding internal police of (1776), 314; new specimen of Provincial currency of, 353; supplication from, to Lords Commissioners for Plantations, 372.
—Admiralty, Court of, first created, 157; district covered by, 157, 158, 159; extensive jurisdiction of, 158, 169; fees in, 158; some Judges and Deputy-Judges of, 158, 159; change in organization of, 160; headquarters of, fixed at Halifax, 160; friction between Superiour Court of Judicature and, 166, 167, 168; case of E. Durant against, 168; jurisdiction of, supported by Parliament, 168; memorial of, to Gov. Belcher, 168; incomplete records of, 169; those now in possession of the Supreme Court, 169, 184; drift whales claimed as perquisites by, 171–178; case illustrating its relation to the Crown, 178–181; case against two negroes in, 181, 182; case showing method of appointing Deputy-Judges of, 182; Records of, 184; cited, 167 n, 171 n, 173 n, 176 n, 178 n, 180 n, 181 n, 182 n, 183 n, 184 n; unlike Records of Common Law Courts, 185.
—Colonial Charter, powers conferred by, 151.
—Colonial Laws. See Colony Laws.
—Council, amends resolutions of House regarding abandoned property of Loyalists, 56, 57; confiscation plans of House checked by, 58; concurs in later resolve of House, 59; proposition for compulsory apprenticeship of children of refugees not accepted by, 61; Records of, cited, 83 n, 222 n, 223 n; action of, after Boston Tea Party, 297, 297 n.
—General Court, 151; organization of, 54; report to, ordered, regarding property of refugees, 54, 56, 57; appoints Committee to secure and make inventory of estates of Loyalists, 57, 58; powers of this Committee extended, 58, 60; act giving judges of probate authority over abandoned Loyalist property, 62, 63; Confiscation Acts passed, 63, 64; special legislation attending Confiscation Acts, 64, 65, 66, 67, 69, 70, 71; amendments to Confiscation Act, 65; act to provide for payment of debts of conspirators, 66, 67; act to prevent the return of refugees, 68; act to expel dangerous aliens, 70; photograph of Resolve of, relating to Bills of Credit, exhibited by A. McF. Davis, 130; Records of, cited, 130 n; appoints committees to propose admiralty laws, 152; enacts a maritime law, 154; gives Court of Assistants jurisdiction over admiralty cases, 155; acts as a Court of Admiralty, 156; Court fees fixed by, 158; Maritime Courts established by, 165; Manual of, mentioned, 252 n.
—House of Representatives, Journal of, cited, 20 n, 55 n, 56 n, 57 n, 58 n, 59 n, 60 n, 95 n, 96 n, 223 n, 281 n, 312 n; quoted, 21, 222 n; appoints Committee to examine resolutions of Continental Congress respecting refugees, 55; resolves giving care of Loyalist property to selectmen and committees of correspondence, 55, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61; amendments of Council not acceptable to, 56, 57; committee appointed by, to bring in a bill for confiscation of Loyalist estates, 57, 58; this plan temporarily checked by the Council, 57, 58; resolve regarding inventories of Loyalist property, 58; certain exemptions made by, 59; conflicting resolves of, 60; provision for families of refugees made by, 60, 62, 64; provides for compulsory apprenticeship of children of Tories, 61; authorizes use of abandoned property as security for loans, 64; resolve regarding titles of confiscated estates, 71; resolution calling forth circular letter of (1768), 95 n; refuses to rescind this resolution, 96 n; resolve of, relating to cases of piracy, 163; requests removal of Judge Oliver, 307.
—Province Laws, cited, 50 n, 51 n, 52 n, 53 n, 54 n, 55 n, 56 n, 57 n, 58 n, 59 n, 60 n, 61 n, 62 n, 63 n, 64 n, 156 n, 157 n, 161 n, 162 n, 163 n, 164 n, 165 n, 223 n, 311 n, 312 n, 355 n; value of A. C. Goodell’s Notes in, 161; list of English statutes relating to piracy in, 165; quoted, 222 n.
—State House, first commonly called Court House or Town House, 19, 20; destroyed by fire (1711), 19, 19 n; erection of second building for, 20; various names given to, 20, 21; adoption of term State House, 20, 21.
—State Library, 12.
—Statutes, observance of Sunday required by, 340.
—Superiour Court of Judicature, 185 n right of appeal to, from Maritime Courts, 165; friction between Courts of Admiralty and, 166, 167, 168; admiralty jurisdiction of, not supported by Parliament, 168; Records of, cited, 157 n, 164 n, 166 n, 167 n, 178 n.
—Supreme Judicial Court, high character of, 40; W. C. Endicott’s contributions to Reports of, 41, 42; tribute of, to Endicott, 42; Mrs. McKean’s petition to, 181; early admiralty records in possession of, 169, 184.
Massachusetts Historical Society, 12, 159 n; papers restored to Suffolk Court Files by, 117; Collections, cited, 24 n, 25 n, 154 n, 176 n, 193 n, 194 n, 195 n, 216 n, 222 n; quoted, 223 n; Proceedings, cited, 7 n, 10 n, 75 n, 82 n, 89 n, 98 n, 194 n, 234 n, 266 n, 287 n, 324 n, 352 n, 356 n; quoted, 19 n, 223 n.
Master of Arts, early requirements for the degree at Harvard College, 315 n.
Masters, John, 129.
—Lydia (Lee) George, third wife of Rev. Cotton, 246.
Mattapoisett, Mass., 11.
Matthews, Albert, A.B., ii, xv, xvii, 291 n, 333 n, 335 n, 344 n; paper by, on the Term State House, 14–26; paper by, in Dialect Notes, 14 n; his paper on Joyce Junior, 90–104; exhibits parchment relating to a Dorchester Society of Young Men mutually joining together in the Service of God, 117; his paper on the term Red Man, as applied to North American Indians, 149, 150; his paper on the Word Palatine in America, 203–224; Some Sobriquets applied to Washington, paper by, 275–287; his communication on early protests against slavery in Massachusetts, 287–289; use of title Sir at Harvard College noted by, 295 n; his investigation regarding the term scarlet days, 361; his paper on the Word Park in the United States, 373–399; reads Report of Council, 400.
Maverick, Samuel, 19 n.
Mayhew, Rev. Jonathan, ordination of, 352.
—Zaccheus, 223 n.
Meade, Rev. William, Bishop of Virginia, his Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia, quoted, 120 n.
Meadows. See Meadowe.
Means, Charles Johnson, son of Rev. James Howard, 118 n.
—Rev. James Howard, 118 n.
Medicine Bow Mountains, Colo., 397.
Medicine Butte, pass of the, 388.
Meeting House Hill, Dorchester, Mass., 299 n.
Mellick, Andrew D., his German Emigration to the American Colonies, cited, 213 n.
Mendum, Samuel W., 220 n.
Menefie, George, 15.
Menzies. See Menzeis.
Meredith, Gertrude Euphemia, her Descendants of Hugh Amory, cited, 102 n.
Mereness, Newton Dennison, his Maryland as a Proprietary Province, cited, 217 n.
Merrimac River, 128.
Merritt, Samuel, 95 n.
Meurer, John Philip, letter from, quoted, 221.
Michler, Nathaniel, 376 n.
Mickle, Isaac, his Reminiscences of Old Gloucester, cited, 210 n.
Middle Park, Colorado, 396; headwaters of Colorado River in, 388; originally called Old Park, 388 n, 391, 392 n; appearance of, on maps, 389 n, 390 n; T. J. Farnham’s visit to, 390, 390 n, 392 n; De W. C. Peters’s description of, 394; first approached by whites from Pacific slope, 394 n; expedition of E. Coues to, 396, 397.
Middle Plantation, Va. See Williamsburg.
Middlesex County, Mass., Deeds, cited, 324 n.
—Probate Files, cited, 324 n.
—Registry of Probate, 250.
Millbury, Mass., 332.
Miller, Samuel Freeman, 136 n.
Minavavana, an Indian, 282 n.
Minns, Thomas, xvii, 401; appointed on Nominating Committee, 133; his services to this Society, 134; Billings gift secured by, 188; report of Nominating Committee presented by, 192; reads paper by A. Matthews on Some Sobriquets applied to Washington, 275; reads communication from A. Matthews on early protests against slavery in Massachusetts, 287.
—Jane, daughter of George Richards. See Sedgwick.
Miscongus. See Muscongus.
Mississippi Valley, articles on, by F. J. Turner, 358 n.
Missouri River, 379 n.
Mitchell, Experience, 199.
Mompesson, Roger, 158.
Monck, George, first Duke of Albemarle, elected first Palatine of Carolina, 208.
Monhegan Island, Me., 111.
Montagu, Charles, first Duke of Manchester, 179.
—George, second Earl of Halifax, 179.
—Henry, first Earl of Manchester, 351 n.
—Laws, Memorials, and Resolutions, cited, 381 n.
Montrose, Duke of. See Graham, James.
Morey, George, 85 n.
—Robert Hunter, Governor of Pennsylvania, 216.
—Rev. Jedidiah, letter of John Adams to, 162.
Morton, Ann, daughter of Thomas. See Eaton.
—Hon. James Madison, LL.D., xvii.
—Perez, 124 n.
Mother-in-law, synonymous with stepmother, 258 n.
Moulton, Jeremiah, 117.
Mount Ranier National Park, Washington, 377.
Mount Vernon, Va., 284.
Mousam River, Me., 130.
Muddy River, now Brookline, Mass., 255 n.
Mulford, Isaac S., his Civil and Political History of New Jersey, cited, 210 n.
Mullett, A.B., supervising architect of the Treasury, 376 n.
Munday, Robert, trial of, for piracy, 161.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2.
NANTASKET BEACH, Mass., whale driven ashore on, 172.
Napoli, N. Y., 219.
Narragansett Township Number Two, now Westminster, Mass., 28.
Nash, Nathaniel Cushing, A.M., xvii.
Nassau College. See Princeton College.
National, American use of the word, 373.
National Parks, meaning of the term, 373; those now existing, 376, 377; first specific use of the term, 376 n; one proposed for Washington, D. C., 376 n; acts establishing, cited, 377 n; those under control of Secretary of the Interior, 378; created by Act of Congress, 378 n; those under control of Secretary of War, 379. See also Colorado Parks; Forest Reserves; National Military Parks; Yellowstone National Park.
National Zoölogical Park, Washington, D. C., 381.
Negroes, status of, in Massachusetts (1721), 181.
Neill, Edward Duffield, his Founders of Maryland, cited, 210 n.
Nelson, John, 301 n.
—Mehitable, daughter of John. See Temple.
—William, his Fifty Years of Historical Work in New Jersey, cited, 211 n.
Nevis, the island, 213.
New Albion, Patent for, granted to Sir E. Plowden, 205, 210, 211; authenticity of this Patent established, 205 n; Plowden’s petition to Charles I. for the Patent, 209; Plowden created Earl Palatine of, 211; one-third of Charter of, bought by C. Varlo, 211; Varlo’s advertisement and pamphlet regarding, 211, 212; extent of, 212, 212 n; futility of Varlo’s claims to, 213.
New Amsterdam, Records of, quoted, 17. See also New York City.
New Brunswick, Canada, 95 n.
New Castle, Del., 18.
New England, gospel of hard work in, 37; G. L. Kittredge’s investigations of the study of alchemy in, 265; birth of Congregationalism in, 326; First-Churches of, 328; early synods in, 328, 329; first Platform of Church Discipline given to, 329; name Congregationalist assumed in, 330.
—Council of, 180.
New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2.
New-England Weekly Journal, copy of a reprint of, presented to this Society by H. H. Furness, 353.
New England’s First Fruits, quoted, 24.
New Hampshire, early use of the term State House in, 15, 21; first building erected for the purpose in, 18; rights granted to J. Mason in Charter of (1635), 205; doubtful authenticity of this Charter, 205.
—Town Papers, cited, 312 n.
New Haven, Ct., State House erected in, 18.
New Hopkinton, N. H., granted by Massachusetts to men from Hopkinton, 312 n.
New Industry, a ship, 244.
New London, Ct, 221.
New Park, Colorado. See North Park.
New Rochelle, N. Y., 325 n.
New York, 277; early use of the term State House in, 15, 17; unusual use of building so called in, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23; Palatine emigrants to, 213, 214; part of H. D. Sedgwick, the elder, in law reforms of, 238.
—General Assembly of the Colony of New York, Journal of the Votes and Proceedings, cited, 214 n.
—Bar Association, 240.
—Century Association, 240.
—Pearl Street, 17.
—Records of New Amsterdam, quoted, 17.
—Union League Club, 240.
—University Club, 240.
—Wall Street, 17.
Newall, Capt.—, 102.
Newbury Street, formerly Washington Street, Boston, 98 n.
Newcomb, John Bearse, his Genealogical Memoir of the Newcomb Family, cited, 234 n.
—Mary (Warren) Lyman, wife of Richard English, 234 n.
—Richard English, 234 n.
—Simon, D.C.L., F.R.S., xviii.
Newdigate, Thomas, 244.
Newdigate. See also Newgate.
Newgate, Elizabeth, daughter of John. See Jackson; Oliver.
—Trinity Church, 96 n.
Newton, Thomas, 159.
Newtowne, Mass. See Cambridge.
Niagara Falls, 378 n.
Nicasa, Asia, Council of, 329.
Nichols, John, his Progresses of King James the First, cited, 345 n.
Nicholson, Francis, Governor of Virginia, removed capital from Jamestown to Williamsburg, 16.
Nicknames. See Sobriquets.
Niles, Hezekiah, his Principles and Acts of the Revolution, cited, 91 n.
—Rev. Samuel, 216 n.
Nimeguen, Holland, 22.
Nimmigen. See Nimeguen.
Niverville. See Boucher.
Noble, John, LL.D., ii, xv, xvi, 130, 187, 235; nominated and elected Corresponding Secretary, 6, 192, 404; his communication regarding letter of Increase Mather, 26; his communication regarding Jonathan Remington, 75, 76; his communication on Land Controversies in Maine, 104–117; his paper on Admiralty Jurisdiction in Massachusetts, 150–185; remarks by, on R. Saltonstall’s candidate for President of Harvard College, 193–196; copy of Edward Jackson’s Will communicated by, 250; text of the Will, 251–260; paper on Posy-rings by, 260–264; reads notes on Washington’s three visits to Boston, 265, 266.
Nomony, Va., 267 n.
Non-conformists. See Separatists.
Nordhoff, Charles, his California, quoted, 386.
Norfolk, Duke of. See Howard, Philip.
Norman, John, 323 n.
Norris, Sir John, 180.
Norris, a ship, 221 n.
North, Frederick, second Earl of Guilford (Lord North), 308.
North Park, Colorado, formerly called New Park, 387, 388 n, 391, 392 n, 396; headwaters of North Platte River in, 388; J. C. Fremont’s visit to, 389, 389 n; meaning of Indian name of, 389; appearance of, on maps, 389 n, 390 n; described by E. James, 391; called the Bull-pen, 391, 392 n; De W. C. Peters’s description of, 394; F. V. Hayden’s account of, 394, 395; petition for military post in, 395, 396; depredations by Indians in, 396; expedition of E. Coues to, 396, 397.
Norton, Bonham, printer, 336 n.
Norwich, Bishop of. See Corbet.
Nowell, Capt.—, 244.
Noyes, Ann (Williams), wife of Belcher, 115 n.
—Anne (Belcher), wife of Oliver, 115 n.
—Oliver, 115 n.
Number Five, a plantation in Berkshire and Hampshire Counties, Mass., 312 n.
—Township. See New Hopkinton, N. H.
Nutting, John, 162.
O’CONOR, Charles, 239.
Old French War, 252 n.
Old Park, Colorado. See Middle Park.
Oliver, Andrew, 162.
—Eliza, daughter of Peter. See Watson.
—Elizabeth, daughter of John (H. C.1645). See Wiswall.
—Hannah, daughter of John (H. C. 1645), 257 n.
—Mary (Clarke), wife of Peter, 86 n.
Olmsted, Frederic Law, 383 n.
Omar Khayyam, 145.
Oneida Historical Society, Transactions, cited, 213 n.
Orchard, Robert, case of D. Anderson against, 156.
Oregon, Crater Lake National Park in, 377.
Orford, Earl of. See Walpole, Horace.
Oriental literature, J. Martineau’s feeling about, 145.
Orr, Clement, 113.
Osage River, 391 n.
Ote Hall, Sussex, Eng., 244 n.
—Mercy. See Warren.
Oulton, John, and others, their case against J. Stacy and others, 167.
Owen, Corbet, 196.
Oxford, Eng., Bodleian Library, 205 n.
—Magdalen College, 243 n.
PACIFIC Railroad Reports, cited, 393 n.
Paddishall’s Island, Me., 113.
Paine, Nathaniel, 162.
—Nathaniel, A.M., xvi.
Palatinate, the word, applied to German emigrants, 213 n.
Palatinate of the Rhine. See Rhine.
Palatinate rights. See Palatine.
Palatine, the Word, in America, paper on, by A. Matthews, 203–224; slight attention paid to, by American lexicographers, 203, 204; Palatine rights granted in Colonial charters, 204–206, 211; origin of the word, 204 n; not used as a title in Maine, 206, 207; not used as a title in Maryland, 207; its use as a title in Carolina, 207–209; Sir E. Plowden’s petition for grant with Palatine rights, 209; now obsolete as the title of a person, 213; history of, as applied to German emigrants, 213–217; survives as a place-name in America, 217; in Ireland, 217. See also Earl Palatine; Palatine Light; Palatine ship; Palatines; Plowden, Sir Edmund.
Palatine fever, Philadelphia name for ship-fever, 216.
—John Gorham (H. C. 1896), appointed on Auditing Committee, 133.
Palm. See Palma.
Palma Island, 118.
—Joseph Pearse, 292 n.
Panton, Lt.—, 162.
Papists, attitude of, toward the Book of Sports, 337.
Pares, trappers’ name for Colorado Parks, 392.
Pardee, George Cooper, Governor of California, 387 n.
Park, Martha, daughter of William. See Williams.
—William, 256 n.
Park, the Word, in the United States, paper on, by A. Matthews, 373–399; peculiar use of, in Colorado, 387; examples of this usage, 392–396. See also Colorado Parks; Forest Reserves; National Cemeteries; National Parks.
Parker, Elisha, 171.
—Rev. Henry Ainsworth, A.M., xvii, 250; communicates letter of Muriel (Sedley) Gurdon, 202; his paper on the Rev. Josse Glover and the Book of Sports, 333–352; his paper on the Rev. George Burdett, 358–373.
—Rev. Samuel Parker, 239.
—Thomas, first Earl of Macclesfield, Lord Chancellor of England, 179.
Parsons, Rev. Moses, of Byfield, 296 n,
—Chief-Justice Theophilus (H. C. 1769), son of Rev. Moses, 296 n.
—Theophilus (H. C. 1815), son of Chief-Justice Theophilus (H. C. 1769), his Memoir of Theophilus Parsons, quoted, 296 n.
Pater patriae, application of the title, 280 n.
Patriotic Association, Harvard College. See Speaking Club.
Patterson, William Davis, 104.
Paul, Margaret, widow of Richard. See Withington.
—Richard, 232 n.
Paul’s Cross, London, 343 n.
Paxton, Charles, 168.
Peabody, Rev. Francis Greenwood, 293 n
—Oliver (H. C. 1773), 315.
—Rev. William Bourn Oliver, 139.
Peabody Academy of Science, Salem, 48.
Peabody Education Fund, 48.
Pearce, Elizabeth, daughter of Richard, Sr. See Fulford.
—George, deposition of, 106 n.
Pearl Street, New York City, 17.
—Mary, daughter of Rev. Eliphalet, 323. See also Abbot.
—Sarah (Bromfield), second wife of Rev. Eliphalet, 290 n.
Pease, John, 154 n.
Peggy, a ship, 244.
Peirce, Benjamin (d. 1831), 194.
—family. See Pearce family.
Penington, John, 210 n.
Pennsylvania, Historical Society of, Memoirs, cited, 210 n.
Pepys, Samuel, his Diary, cited, 23 n.
Pequot War, 359 n.
Perkius, Harry. See Perkins, James.
—Rev. John Carroll, D.D., xviii.
Perrin, Susannah. See Washington.
Peterson, William, 374.
Petrifaction, a hunter’s tale of, 374.
Pettee, Edward E., his Block Island, R. I., cited, 220 n.
Phantom ship. See Palatine ship.
Phelps, Hon. Edward John, LL.D., xviii.
Phi Beta Kappa, Harvard Chapter, 34.
Philadelphia, Pa., 317, 319; sickness in, due to unhealthiness of Palatine vessels and emigrants, 216; Palatine emigrants conveyed from Boston to, 221, 221 n; cruelty to those bound from Rotterdam to, 222, 222 n arrival of Washington in (April, 1789), 284.
—Independence Hall, 18.
Philip’s War, King, 28.
Phillips, Rev. George, 195.
—Gillam, 325 n.
—Capt. John, 163.
—John (1673–1756), of Charlestown, 110.
—Mary (Faneuil), wife of Gillam, 325 n,
—Phoebe (Foxcroft), wife of Samuel (H. C. 1771), 290 n.
—Rev. Samuel (d. 1771), of Andover, 296 n.
Philosophic schools, permanent necessity of, 146.
Phips, Rebecca, daughter of Lt.-Gov. Spencer. See Lee.
—Timothy (H. C. 1763), son of Timothy (d. 1778), 322 n.
Pierpont, Rev. John, 139.
—Zebulon Montgomery, 388; his Sources of the Mississippi, quoted, 283 n; use of the word park in his Sources of the Mississippi, 390 n, 391 n; North Platte River probably mistaken for the Yellowstone by, 391.
Piracy, in Massachusetts, 154, 155; special commissions to try cases of, 160, 162, 165; some famous trials for, 161, 161 n, 162, 163, 164, 164 n, 178; frequency of, in colonial times, 161, 163, 164; English statutes relating to, 165; made a capital crime, 165; files of original papers relating to, 185 n.
Piscataqua River, Rev. G. Burdett’s recommendation regarding, 372.
Pitson, James, 115.
Pitt, William, first Earl of Chatham, sobriquet Fabius applied to, 276.
—James, 297 n.
Platform of Church Discipline. See Cambridge Platform.
Plays, forbidden on Sunday, 345.
Pliny, Rufus Virginius praised by, 280.
Plowden, Sir Edmund, patent for New Albion granted to, 205, 210, 211; authenticity of this patent established, 205 n; his petition to Charles I. for the patent, 209; driven out by Swedes, 210; his wanderings, 210; title of Earl Palatine assumed by, 211, 212.
Plymouth Collection of Hymns and Tunes, 139.
Point Comfort, Va., levy raised for repair of Fort at, 15.
Point Shirley, Winthrop, Mass., name changed from Pulling Point to, 252 n.
Pomeroy, Samuel Clarke, introduces in Senate a bill to establish the Yellowstone Park, 379 n.
—John, 301 n.
Porter, Rev. Edward Griffin, A.M., xvii.
—Fitz John, 394.
Portia, John Adams’s name for his wife, 101.
Portland, Oregon, 392.
Potter,—, 96 n.
Poulett, John, first Baron Poulett, 350.
Powars, Battry, 300 n.
—Edward Eveleth, printer, 102.
Praatorium, use of the term as applied to the Netherlands, 22.
Pratt, Joshua, 199.
—Elizabeth (Jackson), wife of Capt.
Thomas, 253 n.
—Capt. Thomas, grandson of Capt. Thomas the Trooper, 253 n.
Presbyterianism, first form of Puritan dissent, 327.
Presbyterians, festival of Christmas abolished by, 361 n.
Presbytery, term classis used for, 331.
Preston, Eng., 243.
Prime, Temple, his Some Account of the Temple Family, cited, 301 n.
Prince Society, 205 n.
Princeton College, burning of tea at (1774), 303 n.
Progress, the, a ship, 154 n.
Property, abandonment of, by Loyalists in Massachusetts, 51; motive for first legislation regarding, 52; resolve of Provincial Congress regarding, 52, 53; action of both Congress and Committee of Safety regarding, 53; Congress orders sequestration of, 54; entrusted to selectmen and committees of correspondence, 55, 56, 57, 59, 60; further legislation regarding, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72; legislation regarding authority of judges of probate over, 62, 63; Act of Confiscation reported, 63; two Confiscation Acts passed, 64; ejectment of persons improperly holding, ordered, 64; given as security for state debts, 64.
Pue, Jonathan, 168.
Punchard, Rev. George, his History of Congregationalism, cited, 328 n.
Purchas, Samuel, his Pilgrimes, mentioned, 257.
Puritans, their preference for the word Congregational over Independent, 331, 332; attitude of, toward the Book of Sports, 337; warning of Charles I. to, 338; Book of Sports attributed to Land by, 341, 342; English Sabbath first recognized by, 343 n, 344.
Purnell, Edward Kelly, his Magdalene College, quoted, 195 n.
Pynchon, William, his Diary, mentioned, 308 n.
QUAKERS, C. Holder’s letter regarding persecution of, 72–74.
Queen Street, Boston, 102.
Quincy, Dorothy, daughter of Edmund (1681–1738). See Jackson.
—Dorothy, daughter of Edmund (H. C. 1722). See Hancock; Scott.
—Judge Edmund (1681–1738), 167.
—Henry Parker, M.D., xvi.
—Samuel Miller, his Massachusetts Reports, cited, 166 n.
RABBIT-EARS Mountain, 397.
Rainton, Nicholas, 347.
Ralegh, Sir Walter, his History of the World, mentioned, 258.
Raleigh, N. C., 15.
Randolph, Peyton, 279.
Rawbottom, Capt.—, 212 n.
Rawle, William, 213.
Ravnton. See Rainton.
Reading, Richard, 113.
Reading, Mass., 322 n.
Red-letter days, the term, 361 n.
Reddall, Henry Frederic, his Fact, Fancy, and Fable, cited, 213 n.
Reed, William, 159.
Refugees. See Loyalists.
Regiments or Companies:
—Trufant’s Independent Company, 125 n.
Reid, Andrew, his translation of Macquer’s Elements of the Theory and Practice of Chymistry, 313 n.
Religious scruples, Rev. B. Colman’s letter to Mrs. George on, 247–250.
Remington, Elizabeth, wife of John, 28.
—Jonathan (1677–1745), son of Jonathan (1639–1700), 29.
Reservations, Forest. See Forest Reserves.
Revolutionary War, 251 n.
Reynell,—, printer, 212.
—Colonial Records, cited, 75 n.
Rich, Robert, second Earl of Warwick, 342.
Richardson, Asa, 85 n.
Richmond, Capt.—, 215.
Ricketson, John Howland, A.M., xviii.
Rienzi, Cola di, 333.
Rings, part of, in the world’s history, 261, 262, 264; innate love for, 261; various uses and significances of, 261, 262; that of Thothmes III., 262; their part in the English language, 622; as a term of opprobrium, 262. See also Posy-rings.
Robartes, Charles Bodville, second Earl of Radnor, 179.
Robbins, Abigail (Jackson), wife of Daniel, 253 n.
—Daniel, 253 n.
Roberts, Lewes, his Merchants Mappe of Commerce, quoted, 19 n.
Rochambeau, Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, Comte de, his arrival at Newport, 121 n.
Rock, Miss—, 322.
Rocky Mountains, peculiar use of the word Park in, 387.
Rome, rings brought to, 261.
Roosevelt, Theodore, recession of the Yosemite National Park to the United States approved by, 387 n.
Rose, John, 367.
Rose, a frigate, 162.
Roxburgh, Duke of. See Ker, John.
Roxbury, Mass., estates of refugees in, 53.
—Greyhound Tavern, 97 n.
Royal, Isaac (d. 1781), 297 n.
Royal Exchange Tavern, Boston, 303 n.
Rufus Virginius, praised by Tacitus and Pliny, 280.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 118.
Russell, Chambers, 159.
—Elias Harlow, xvii.
—James (d. 1798), 297 n.
—Hon. William Eustis, LL.D., xvi.
SABBATH. See Sunday.
Sable, John, 175.
Sacramento River, Cal., valley of the, 393.
Sacrifice of Praise, a hymn-book, 140.
St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge, Eng., 195.
St. Clair County, Missouri, 390 n.
St. Leger, Barry, 277.
St. Mary’s, Md., State House erected at, 17.
St. Paul’s Church, Stockbridge, Mass., 243.
Salem, Mass., 289, 308 n, 328; early commercial importance of, 31; intellectual character of, 32, 33; witchcraft at, 32; first railroad between Boston and, 33; continuing interest of, in Eastern commerce, 36; Rev. G. Burdett at, 358, 371.
—Essex Institute, Historical Collections, cited, 308 n.
—Latin School, standards of, 33.
—Peabody Academy of Science, 48.
Salisbury, Stephen (H. C. 1856), guest at annual dinner, 6.
Salter, Jabez, 253 n.
—Mary, daughter of Jabez. See Jackson.
Salters’ Company, London, 243 n.
Saltonstall, Leverett (d. 1782), 85 n.
—Nathaniel, 85 n.
—Sir Richard, 193 n.
—Richard (1610–1694), son of Sir Richard, 203 n; paper on his unnamed candidate for President of Harvard College, by J. Noble, 193–198; date of his return to England, 193 n; identity of his candidate, 191; discrepancies between facts relating to Rev. J. Knowles, and to his candidate, 195; text of his proposal, 196–198; soundness of his conclusions, 198.
—Richard Middlecott, A.B., xvii.
San Joaquin River, valley of the, 393.
Sandeman, John Glas, his gift to the Harvard College Library, 76.
Sandford, Robert, quoted, 25.
Sands, Viola. See Hazard.
—family, of Block Island, 224 n.
Sandwich, Mass., 171.
Sandy Hook, N. J., 212.
Sanford, Hon. John Eliot, LL.D., xvii.
Sangre de Cristo, Colorado, 393.
Santa Fé trail, the route followed by early French rovers, 392 n.
Sarah and Samuel, a sloop, 178.
Sargent, Epes (1690–1762), 98 n.
—Epes (1748–1822), son of Epes (1721–1779), 99 n.
Savage, Arthur (1680–1735), 184.
—Edward, Washington’s portrait by, 266 n.
—Maj. Habijah (1674–1746), 110.
Savell,—, 91 n.
Scituate, Mass., 172.
Scollay, James, 108.
—John, 234 n.
—Mary, daughter of William. See Bigelow.
—William, 234 n.
Scollay v. Dunn, 166.
Scolly. See Scollay.
Scott, Dorothy (Quincy) Hancock, wife of Capt. James, 84 n.
—Philip Howes, A.M., xvi.
Sebastopol, siege of, 76.
Sects, occasions for appearance of, 326.
—Charleston of Judge Theodore, 238.
—Elizabeth Dana (Ellery), wife of Robert (1787–1841), 241.
—Henrietta Ellery, daughter of Robert (1787–1841) and wife of Henry Dwight (H. C. 1843), 241.
—Henry Dwight, A.B., son of Henry Dwight, the elder, xvii, 400; his death announced, 237; tribute of C. S. Rackemann to, 237–243; his interest in this Society, 237; his ancestors, 237–239; his education and practice of law, 239; his literary labors, 239, 240, 241; his life in New York, 210; his love for and service to Stockbridge, 240; as a public speaker, 210, 241; his marriage and family, 241; his chief characteristics, 212, 243.
—Jane (Minot), wife of Henry Dwight, the elder, 239.
—Robert (1787–1841), son of Judge Theodore, 241.
—Theodore (1780–1839), son of Judge Theodore, 239 n.
—William Dwight, 241.
Sedley, Muriel. See Gurdon.
Selling of Joseph, S. Sewall’s, quotations from, 287.
Sequoia National Park, California, 377.
Sewall, David (H. C. 1755), 107.
—Samuel, his connection with cases of piracy, 161, 162; references to piracy in his Diary, 162, 164, 167; his Diary, cited, 161 n, 162 n, 167 n, 246 n, 295 n, 355 n; his Letter-Book, cited, 168 n; his comment on John George, 246; his share in the witch trials, 264, 264 n; his Selling of Joseph the first published protest against slavery in Massachusetts, 287; abolition not proposed by, 288; references to Angels in his Diary, 355; on committee to sign bills of public credit, 355; his possible responsibility for application of the title Angel, 356.
Shaftesbury, Earl of. See Cooper.
Shaftesbury Papers, 207.
Sharpe, Horatio, Governor of Maryland, 265.
Sharrot, Paul, his case against Marcellus Cocke, 165 n.
—George Otis, LL.B., son of Joseph (b. 1793), xvii; Memoir of, by Rev. E. H. Hall, 6; text of the Memoir, 7–12; his ancestry and early life, 7; his career at Harvard, 8; his career as a lawyer, 9–11; professional tributes to, 9–11; his marriage and domestic life, 11; offices held by, 12; his death, 12.
—Hannah (Bailey), wife of Joseph (b. 1793), 7.
—Joseph (1757–1847), 7.
—Phebe (Abbot), wife of Joseph (1757–1847), 7.
—Susan, daughter of George Otis. See Cabot.
Shays’s Rebellion, 274 n.
Sheffield, William Paine, his Historical Sketch of Block Island, cited, 220 n.
Shepardson, Capt. William, 244.
Sheppard, John Hannibal, his Reminiscences of L. M. Sargent, cited, 99 n.
Sherburne, Mass. See Sherborn.
Sherman, Rev. John, 195.
Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee, 380.
Ship-fever, known in Philadelphia as Palatine fever, 216.
—Elizabeth, daughter of Gov. William. See Hutchinson.
—Elizabeth (Godman), wife of William, 244 n.
—Frances, daughter of Gov. William. See Bollan.
—Harriet, daughter of Gov. William. See Temple.
—Judith, daughter of Gov. William, 244 n.
—Katharine, daughter of William, 243.
—Maria Catharine, daughter of Gov. William. See Erving.
—Ralph, son of Gov. William, 244.
—Sir Thomas, son of Gov. William, 244 n.
—William, father of Gov. William, 243.
—William, Governor of Massachusetts, 162; his arrival in Boston, 222 n; assists Palatine emigrants, 222 n, 223 n; memoranda regarding family of, 243, 244; Point Shirley named in honor of, 252 n; question of military precedence presented by Washington to, 265.
Shivorick, Nathaniel, 164.
Shurtleff, Nathaniel Bradstreet, his Topographical and Historical Description of Boston, cited, 252 n.
Sierra Club, recession of Yosemite National Park to the United States advocated by, 387 n.
Sigourney, Susanna. See Brimmer.
Simpson, James Hervey, his Report of Explorations across the Great Basin of the Territory of Utah, cited, 394 n.
Sion College, London, Eng., 344 n.
Sioux Indians, fight between Arapahoes and, 397.
Sir, or Uominus, use of the title at Harvard and Oxford, 295 n.
Slade, Daniel Denison, M.D., xvi.
Slavery, remarks by A. Matthews on early protests against, in Massachusetts, 287–289; S. Sewall’s Selling of Joseph, the first published protest against, in Massachusetts, 287; economic argument against, 288; G. H. Moore’s Notes on the History of, in Massachusetts, 288, 288 n; Rev. E. Coleman’s protest against, 288; abolition proposed, in pamphlet (1716) entitled Some Considerations upon the Several Sorts of Banks propos’d as a Medium of Trade, 288.
Sloane Square, London, 212.
Smith, Abigail. See Adams.
—Charles Card, a guest at the annual dinner, 405.
—Mrs. E. Vale, her History of Newburyport, cited, 316 n.
—Hon. Jeremiah, LL.D., xvii.
—Samuel (1720–1776), his History of New Jersey, cited, 210 n.
Smithsonian Institution, Annual Report of the Board of Regents for 1871, cited, 376 n.
Sobriquets applied to Washington, paper on, by A. Matthews, 275–287; significance of, 275; that of Father of his Country, 275, 280, 282, 284, 285; that of Fabius, 276; given to Washington, 277–280, 285; that of Virginian Cincinnatus, 280; other applications of Father or Father of his Country, 280, 281.
Society of Young Men mutually joining together in the Service of God, formed in Dorchester (1698), 117.
Sodom, name once given to part of Dorchester, Mass., 299 n.
Some Considerations upon the Several Sorts of Banks propos’d as a Medium of Trade, proposition for abolition of slavery in, 288.
Son-in-law, synonymous with step-son, 258 n.
South Dakota, Wind Cave National Park in, 377.
South Park, Colorado, 392 n, 396; head waters of South Platte River in, 388; appearance of, on maps, 389 n, 390 n; T. J. Farnham’s visit to, 390 n, 392 n; noted for its salt springs, 392 n; no eastern outlet for wagons from, 394. See also Bayou Salade.
South Sea Islanders, fondness of, for rings, 261.
South Street, Cambridge, Mass., 324 n.
Southampton, County of, Eng., 211.
Southern States, Gen. Greene’s recovery of, during Revolution, 279.
Spain, preliminary treaty of peace between Great Britain, France, and (1783), 68.
Spanish Armada, 313.
Spanish Peaks, Colo., 395.
Sports, those allowed on Sunday, by the Book of Sports, 338, 343; those forbidden, 339; forbidden to recusants and non-churchgoers, 339, 340; permitted by the Jews, 344; those forbidden by Acts of Parliament, 346; suppression of, 347, 347 n, 348; defence of, by clergy, 349, 350; testimony regarding, from justices of the peace, 350, 351. See also Wakes.
Spotswood, Alexander, his Official Letters, cited, 214 n.
Sprague, Samuel, 201.
—Susan. See Copeland.
Springfield Collection of Hymns, 139.
Spry, William, 160.
Stacy, John, and others, case of J. Oulton and others against, 167.
Stad Huis, New Amsterdam. See New York City, City Hall.
Stales, Robert, 180.
Stanhope, James, first Earl of Stanhope, 179.
Star Tavern, Boston, 161.
Stark, John, 277.
Starkey, George (H. C. 1646), 265.
State House, the Term, paper on, by A. Matthews, 14–26; conflicting statements regarding, 14; not due to change in style from Colony or Province to State, 14, 15; its use in Virginia, 15, 16, 21; in Maryland, 16, 17, 21; in New York, 17, 18, 21, 22; in South Carolina, 18, 21; in Connecticut, 18, 21; in New Hampshire, 18, 21; in Pennsylvania, 18, 21; in Delaware, 18, 21; in Massachusetts, 18–21; occasionally applied in Massachusetts to a Town House, 19 n; applied in English literature to a Town House, 22, 23; its origin, 22–26; not derived from Stad Huis, 23; not introduced into Virginia from England, 23, 24; so called because in it the affairs of State, the body politic, were transacted, 25; used in reference to Indians, 25, 26; an American term, 26.
States of America, the expression, 14.
Step-daughter, step-father, step-mother, and step-son, once synonymous terms with daughter-in-law, father-in-law, etc., 258 n.
Stephen, Sir Leslie, 209 n.
Steptoe, Anne. See Washington.
Steuart, Margaret. See Calderwood.
—Henry, gift of, to Boston Athenaeum, 243 n.
—Rev. Isaac, 235 n.
Stirk, George. See Starkey.
—Laurel Hill, 240.
—Laurel Hill Association, 240.
—St. Paul’s Church, 243.
Stony Point, N. Y., taken by Wayne, 279.
Storey, Moorfield, guest at the annual dinner, 6.
Storrs, James S., 239.
Story, Joseph, his Miscellaneous Writings, cited, 269 n.
Stoughton, William, Lt.-Governor of Massachusetts, admiralty case adjudicated by, 157.
Strafford, Earl of. See Wentworth.
Straffordians, 96 n.
Stuart, John, third Earl of Bute, 90.
Sturgeon, distinction between whale and, 170.
Sturges, Thomas, and J. Dimick, case of S. and J. Davis against, in regard to a captured whale, 176–178.
Suffolk County, Mass., Court Files, 104, 157; cited, 107 n, 108 n, 109 n, 111 n, 113 n, 114 n, 115 n, 116 n, 117 n, 154 n, 157 n, 164 n, 165 n, 168 n, 169 n, 198 n, 326 n; papers restored by the Massachusetts Historical Society to, 117; papers touching piracy cases in, 164, 165; touching admiralty jurisdiction by the Court of Assistants, 185 n; forms of writ used in Land Bank cases, drawn from, 289; verses from, 325, 326.
Suite, Benjamin, 186.
Sumner, Charles, 344 n.
Sunday, lawful recreations for, under James I. and Charles I., 335, 337, 340, 345, 346; observance of, in England, 340, 343, 343 n, 344 n; first recognized in its present form by Puritans, 343 n, 344; observance of, by Jews, 344; by Continental countries, 344; Acts of Parliament regarding observance of, 346; penalties for working upon, 346, 347; suppression of revels on, 347, 347 n, 348; conflicting testimony regarding revels on, 319, 350, 351.
Swedes, Sir E. Plowden driven from New Albion by, 210.
Sweet Water Mountains, 388.
Sweetser, Seth, 301 n.
Swift, Jonathan, his Works, cited, 276 n.
Syon, Plowden’s petition for grant of land to be so called, 209.
TACITUS, Rufus Virginius praised by, 280.
Tanfield, Sir Laurence, 351 n.
Tankerville, Earl of. See Bennet, Charles.
Tarleton, Sir Banastre, 278.
Tawny, nickname for an Indian, 150.
Taxes, circular letter of Massachusetts House of Representatives regarding (1768), 95 n.
Tay, Jeremiah, 164 n.
—Elizabeth (Jackson) Grant, wife of John, 255 n.
—John, 255 n.
—John Lord, his memoir of Samuel Phillips, cited, 312 n.
Taylour, Christopher, 163.
Tchernaya, Russia, battle of, 76.
Tea, consignees of, 78; security demanded of, 81, 82; petition of, for protection, 82–87; popular feeling against, 84, 84 n, 85 n, 86 n; answer of, to Town of Boston, 87, 293 n; handbill containing threats against, 89, 90; proceedings regarding (1773), 293, 293 n; small seizures of, 299 n; burning of, in Charlestown, 300, 300 n, 301 n; disturbance at Harvard College over use of (1774–1775), 302, 302 n, 303, 303 n; burning of, at Princeton, 303 n; resolutions adopted by Boston dealers in, 303, 303 n, 304 n; feeling in Plymouth regarding Boston resolutions on, 304, 304 n, 305 n; action regarding, in various towns and colonies, 305 n.
Temperance, conflicting statements regarding, 351.
Temple, Elizabeth, daughter of Robert. See Fenton.
—Harriet (Shirley), wife of Robert, 244 n.
—Mehitable (Nelson), wife of Robert of Ten Hills, 301 n.
—Sir Richard, Viscount Cobham, 179.
—Robert, 244 n.
—Robert, of Ten Hills, 301 n.
Ten Hills, Mass., 301 n.
Tennessee, Shiloh National Military-Park in, 380.
Tennyson, Alfred, Baron Tennyson, 137.
—John Eliot, A.B., xvii.
Theology, separation of, from the primary religion, by modern criticism, 148.
Thibet, table-lands of, 395.
Thomas, Gideon, and others, case of S. Griffin & Co. against, 173.
Thompson, Francis McGee, his History of Greenfield, cited, 234 n.
Thornton, Mildred. See Washington.
—Timothy, case of W. Woodrope against, 155.
Thothmes III., ring of, 262.
Thunder, the ship, 151.
Titles of honor, clause regarding, in First and Second Charters of Carolina, 207.
Titus, Rev. Anson, 352 n.
Tobacco, levy upon, in Virginia (1638), 15.
Tories. See Loyalists.
Torrington, Lord. See Byng, Sir George.
Tory Row, Cambridge, Mass. See Brattle Street, Cambridge.
Tower, Charlemagne, 76.
Towor, Capt.—, 215.
Tracey. See Tracy.
Tracy, Hannah, daughter of Patrick. See Jackson.
—Patrick, 254 n.
Trail, Robert, 162.
Trajan, Emperor, title pater patriae applied to, 280 n.
Trent, Council of, 329.
Trinity Church, Newport, R. I., 96 n.
Trois Amis, Les. See Abigail.
Troy, Asia Minor, 262.
Trufant, Joseph, 125 n.
Tucker, George Fox, Ph.D., xvii.
—Rev. William Jewett, LL.D., xviii.
Tuscarora Indians, 214.
Tuttle, Julius Herbert, 159 n.
Twisse, Rev. William, 196.
Tyerman, Luke, his Life and Times of J. Wesley, cited, 217 n.
Tyler, Moses Coit, LL.D., xviii.
Tymberten, Capt.—, 223 n.
Tyndal, Margaret. See Winthrop.
UNION League Club, New York City, 240.
Unitarian anniversaries, in London, 149.
Unitarian Churches, II. D. Sedgwick’s address at National Conference of, 241.
Unitarian movement, 32.
Unitarianism, American, 144.
United Colonies, 302.
United States, Indian outbreaks in, 46; preliminary treaty of peace between Great Britain and (1782), 68; certain articles of, 68, 69, 71, 72; definitive treaty (1783), 69; obligations of the treaty recognized, 70; questions arising under, 72.
—Board of Fortification, 47.
—Congress. See Congress.
—Department of Agriculture, Forest Reserves under control of, 378 n.
—District Court for Massachusetts, 169.
—Endicott Board. See Board of Fortification.
—General Land Office. Reports of Commissioner of, cited, 378 n.
—President, Act for creating Forest Reserves by Proclamation of, 378 n.
—State Department, Archives, 358.
Utah, park-like areas of, 396.
Utah Lake, Utah, 393.
Utrecht, Holland, 22.
VAHLEN, Johann, his Ennianae Poesis Reliquiae, cited, 275 n.
Valle Salado. See Bayou Salade.
Van Vorst, Simon, noted case of, 186 n.
Vane, Sir Henry, Governor of Massachusetts, 372.
Variety stores, the term, 99 n.
Varlo, Charles, 205 n; buys one third of Charter of New Albion, 211; his advertisement regarding this property, 211, 212; his pamphlet, The Finest Part of America, 212, 213, 213 n; his arrival in Philadelphia, 212 n; his New System of Husbandry, 212 n; futility of his claims, 213.
Verona, Italy, 51.
Viall, Mary, daughter of Nathaniel. See Holyoke.
Vicksburg National Military Park, Mississippi, 380.
Vines, Richard (d. 1651), his letter to Gov. J. Winthrop, quoted, 25.
—Rev. Richard (d. 1656), 194.
Virginia, early use of term State House in, 15, 21, 23, 25; first meeting place of Assembly of, 15; removal of capital of, from Jamestown, 15, 16; Beverley’s History of, quoted, 16; the word Capitol arose in, 16; Sir E. Plowden goes to, 210; Indian attacks in, 210; men of, in the Revolution, 279, 280.
—Calendar of State Papers, cited, 120 n.
Virginia City, Montana, 380 n.
Virginia Gazette, two newspapers so named, 268 n.
Virginia Historical Society, 119 n.
Vital Records Bill, Massachusetts, 2.
Vizetelly, Frank, a collection of his war sketches given to the Harvard College Library, 76.
Wager, Sir Charles, 180.
Wait, Samuel, 300 n.
—Hon. William Cushing, A.M., xvii.
Walcott, Henry Pickering, a guest at the annual dinner, 405.
Walker, Hon. Francis Amasa, LL.D., xvi.
Wall Street, New York City, 17.
Wansted, Eng., 211.
—Hannah, daughter of John. See Greenwood.
—John, Jr., son of John, bequest to, 257 n.
—Rev. Nathaniel, quoted, 24.
—William, of Sudbury, 254 n.
Ware, Hon. Darwin Erastus, A.M., xvi.
—Rev. Henry, Jr. (H. C. 1825), 139.
—Horace Everett, A.B., xvii.
—Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph (H. C. 1759). See Welles.
—John (1753–1815), E. Warren’s Life of, cited, 234 n.
—John Collins, son of John, E.
Warren’s Life of, cited, 234 n.
—Joseph (H. C. 1786), son of Joseph (H. C. 1759), 234 n.
—Mary, daughter of Joseph (H. C. 1759). See Lyman; Newcomb.
—Mercy (Otis), letter from John Adams to, 276.
—Winslow, guest at the annual dinner, 6.
Warwick, Earl of. See Rich.
Washington, Anne (Steptoe), fourth wife of Samuel, 271 n.
—Augustine, half-brother of George, 268 n.
—Corbin, son of John Augustine, 268 n.
—George, 119, 267 n, 274, 316, 317, 318; building in which he laid down his sword after the Revolution, 17; building in which he was inaugurated, 18; at the battle of the Brandywine, 122, 123, 124; notes on his three visits to Boston, read by J. Noble, 265, 266; degree conferred by Harvard College on, 266; C. Gullager’s portrait of, 266 n; E. Savage’s portrait of, 266 n; his Writings, cited, 267 n, 283 n, 284 n; A New Song, in honor of, 272, 273; Some Sobriquets applied to, paper by A. Matthews, 275–287; that of Fabius, 277–280; the Virginian Cincinnatus, 280; Father of his Country, 275, 280, 282, 284, 285; letters of, to d. Humphreys, and H. Knox, quoted, 283; I elected President, 284; inaugurated, 285; resolutions offered in House of Representatives on his death, 286, 287; H. Lee’s funeral oration on, 287; called first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen, 287; orders retreat from Long Island, 319.
—Hannah (Lee), wife of Corbin, 268 n.
—Henry, nephew of John (d. 1787), 119 n.
—Jane (Champe), first wife of Samuel, 271 n.
—John, brother of Lawrence the immigrant, 119.
—John Territt, son of John (d. 1787), 119 n.
—Lawrence, the immigrant, 119.
—Lucy (Chapman), third wife of Samuel, 271 n.
—Martha (Dandridge) Custis, wife of George, 279.
—Mildred, daughter of John Augustine. See Lee.
—Mildred (Thornton), second wife of Samuel, 271.
—Nancy. See Hungerford.
—Robert Townshend, son of John (d. 1787), 119 n.
—Sarah, daughter of John (d. 1787). See Harper.
—Susannah Perrin, fifth wife of Samuel, 271 n.
Washington, State of. Mount Ranier National Park in, 377.
—National Zoölogical Park, 381.
Water Street, formerly Pudding Lane, Boston, 274 n.
Waters, Henry FitzGilbert, his Genealogical Gleanings in England, cited, 333 n.
—Mary. See Bethune.
—Sarah, daughter of George. See Brimmer.
—William, Ph.D., xvi.
Webber, Rev. Samuel, President of Harvard College, 290.
Webster, Redford, 324 n.
Wednesday Evening Club, Boston, 11.
—Stephen Minot (H. C. 1826), 9.
—William Gordon, xvi.
Welles, Arnold, 234 n.
—Elizabeth (Warren), wife of Arnold, 234 n.
Wells, Samuel, 115.
Wendell, Mary (Jackson), wife of Oliver (H. C. 1753), 254 n.
—Oliver (H. C. 1753), 254 n.
—Sarah, daughter of Oliver (H. C. 1753). See Holmes.
West Indies, 211.
West Newbury, Mass., 301 n.
West Point, N. Y., W. C. Endicott’s interest in the Academy at, 47.
West Street, Boston, 92.
Western Monthly, Chicago, office of, destroyed by fire, 375 n.
Westminster, Palace of, London, Eng., 340.
Westminster, Mass., formerly Narragansett Township Number Two, 28.
Westmorland, Earl of. See Pane, Thomas.
Whale fishing, a valuable industry, 169.
Whales, in Massachusetts Bay, 169; English law regarding royal perquisites in, 170; distinction between sturgeon and, 170; Gov. J. Dudley’s claim regarding, 170; claimed as perquisites of Lord High Admiral of Great Britain, 171–178.
Whalley, Edward, the regicide, 193 n.
Wheelwright, Andrew Cunningham, A.M., xvii.
—Rev. John, 129.
—family, hardships of, at Wells, Me., 129.
Whipple, Mary. See Epes; Holyoke.
White, Capt. Joseph, murder of, 33.
—Norman &, 323 n.
Whitehead, Rev. James, 141.
Whittaker, Thomas, 164.
Wigglesworth, Edward, M.D.,Xvi.
Wilde, John, 342.
Wilkes, John, his North Briton, No. 45, referred to, 96 n.
—Hannah (Appleton) Clarke, wife of Josiah, 79 n.
—Joseph (H. C. 1816), 223 n.
—Josiah, 79 n.
Willet, Rev. Andrew, his Synopsis Papismi, mentioned, 258.
Williams, Ann. See Noyes.
—Ephraim, son of Isaac, 256 n.
—Hon. George Frederick, A.B., xvi.
—Henry, A.B., xvi.
—Martha (Park), wife of Isaac, 256 n.
—Moses, A.B., xvi.
—Robert, 256 n.
Williamson, Caroline (Cross), wife of Joseph, 13.
—Hon. Joseph, Litt.D. (1828–1902), son of Joseph, xviii; death of, 13, 188; tribute to, by H. H. Edes, 13; his literary and historical investigations, 13; W. C. Williamson’s memoir of, 188, 189; tribute to, in Report of Council, 189.
Willis, Nathaniel, printer, 102.
—Nathaniel Parker, 139.
—William, 127 n.
Willoby. See Willoughby.
Willoughby, Francis, 152.
Wills, Charles, 179.
Wilson, Abigail. See Jackson.
—John, the elder, early work of, 189.
—Samuel, Secretary to the Proprietors of Carolina, his Account of the Province of Carolina, cited, 208 n.
Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota, 377.
Wing, Ann. See Briggs.
—Jehosabeth, 98 n.
Winship, George Parker, A.M., xviii.
—John, Jr., son of Gov. John, 24.
Wiscasset, Me., 104.
—Enoch, son of Thomas, 258 n.
Withington, Ebenezer, tea found in house of, 299 n.
—Capt. Ebenezer, house of, searched for tea, 299 n.
—Margaret Paul, wife of Henry, 232 n.
—Philip, brother of Capt. Ebenezer, house of, searched for tea, 299 n.
Wolcott, Hon. Roger, LL.D., xvii.
Wolfe, Gen. James, 273.
Wood, David, Jr., 300 n.
—William, his New England’s Prospect, quoted, 252 n.
Woodmansey, John, his case against Labourne and Laremit, 154 n.
Woodrope, William, his case against J. Keech, 155.
Worthington, Erastus, his History of Dedham, cited, 237 n.
Wybourne, Daniel, case of T. Hutchinson and others against, 167.
—General Laws, Resolutions and Memorials of the Territory of, cited, 396 n.
Yarmouth, Eng., 358; Swinden’s History and Antiquities of, 359; cited, 359 n, 360 n, 363 n, 371 n; quoted, 362, 363; grants annuity to Rev. G. Burdett, as lecturer, 359, 360; differences between curate and lecturer in, 360–372; scarlet days, a term peculiar to, explained, 361, 361 n grants annuity to Mrs. Burdett, 371.
Yates, James. See Yeates, James.
Yeaden, Miss—, 322.
Yellowstone National Park, early reports of, 373, 373 n; first certain knowledge of, 374, 375; origin of the plan for making it a National Park, 375, 375 n, 376 n; Report of Superintendent of, for 1872, cited, 377 n, the plan carried out, 376; act establishing, 377 n; bills for establishing; introduced in Congress, 379 n; urged by F. V. Hayden, 379 n; memorial to Congress from Montana regarding, 381 n; corner-stone of the entrance of, laid, 381 n.
Yellowstone Valley, suggestion for preempting claims in, 398.
Yonge, Francis, his Narrative of the Proceedings of the People of South Carolina in the Year 1719, cited, 209 n.
York, Me., 301.
Yosemite Valley, 376 n, 378 n, 379 n; a hiding place for Indians, 382; grant of, to California, by Congress, 382, 384, 385, 386, 387; word park not found in any legal document relating to, 382, 384; discovery of, 382 n; conditions of the grant, 383; popularly, but incorrectly, called a National Park, 384–387; this name first applied to, by J. D. Whitney, 387; extent of, 387; movement to recede, to the United States, 387 n; legal status of, still undetermined, 387 n.
—Arthur, his Tour in Ireland, cited, 217 n.
Younge, Capt. Thomas, 24.
Youngman, Johannes, son of John Didrick, 223 n.
—John Didrick, 223 n.
Youth, Scriptural caution against, 196.
ZOUCH, Richard, 371.