- Hon. Melville Weston Fuller, LL.D.
- *Hon. Edward John Phelps, LL.D.
- Hon. Grover Cleveland, LL.D.
- Hon. Joseph Hodges Choate, D.C.L.
- *Hon. James Coolidge Carter, LL.D.
- Simon Newcomb, D.C.L., F.R.S.
- *Samuel Pierpont Langley, D.C.L., F.R.S.
- *Hon. John Hay, LL.D.
- Hon. Andrew Dickson White, D.C.L.
1 Included in this Calendar from the Suffolk Court Files are references to the Records of the Superiour Court of Judicature which are deposited with the Clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court for Suffolk County. These are Nos. 207, 208, 209.
2 This word might also be read ulbius. It is probably meant for ulterius, the ter being represented by a contraction which resembles a p.
3 The words “The Apprisers to be under Oath” are written in.
4 The word “a” has been changed in writing to “3,” and the word “Month” to “Months.”
5 The words “Boston &c.” are erased and what follows is written in.
6 Formerly Bundle 279: 755–768.
7 Probably Brinley.
8 Council Records say February
9 Prepared under a vote of the House of April 17, 1729—“That the Instructions which from Time to Time have been sent from the Crown to the several Governours here, and communicated to the General Court, respecting the settling a Salary on the Governours, &c together with the Answers, Memorials or Addresses that have passed the Court or House thereon, be Printed for the more sure Guidance and Direction of his Majesty’s good Subjects here, if that Affair should be brought for further Consideration before the General Court. And the Members for Boston are desired and directed to prepare the same for the Press.”
10 No imprint.
11 In the Pennsylvania Historical Society’s copy, pp. 71–102 are in part Chief-Justice Stephen Sewall’s copy. The Journal of the Second Session is Sewall’s copy.
12 The copy of the Proclamation of October 4 in the Pennsylvania Historical Society’s Library is next to p. 102 of this Journal.
13 The copy of the Proclamation of March 2 in the Pennsylvania Historical Society’s Library is next to p. 152 of this Journal.
14 This is the first Journal on which the Royal Arms were used on the title-page.—[Edes.]
15 Page 1 of the Appendix was erroneously numbered 94, but the other thirteen pages were correctly numbered.
16 The Royal Arms had been used on the title–pages of the Journals since 1762. This (1774) title–page was the last to bear them.
17 Only those items in the Harvard Law School Library are noted in this Bibliography which are not in the Harvard College Library, or which differ from the latter.
18 This volume, when complete, extends to p. 406.
19 In 1866 fifty copies of pp. 291–366, edited by Ellis Ames, were printed in imitation of the original. Of this reprint, the American Antiquarian Society has pp. 291–363, the Boston Public Library has pp. 291–366, and the Harvard College Library has pp. 291–366, while various pages are found in other libraries. Unless otherwise specified, items noted in the text are originals.
20 This volume, when complete, extends to p. 430.
21 This volume, when complete, extends to p. 789.
22 This volume, when complete, extends to p. 455.
23 This volume, when complete, extends to p. 526.
24 This volume, when complete, extends to p. 550.
25 This volume, when complete, extends to p. 679.
26 This volume, when complete, extends to p. 528.