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Hewes & Anthony, Messrs., II. 231. Ingenhouse, Jolin, his " Experiments on
Heysham, Robert, II. 335.

Vegetables," I. 218, 219, 234.
Ilight, of Jefferson, V. II., I. 394. Iuglis, Charles, D.D., I. 146, 147. In-
Hill, Samuel, II 238, 261.

terrupted in performing service in
Hillegas, Michael, II. 193.

Trinity Church, New York, I. 131,
Hitchborn,
II. 76.

111.
Ilitchcock, Enos, D.D., II. 228, 2:32. Irvine, II. 2:20.

His “ Memoirs of the Bloonisgrove · Isabella," schoonor', II. 292.
Family,” 238.

Isinglass, I. 3:3, 39, 45, 49, 52, 56, 59, 68,
Ilodgden, Alexander, II. 305, 307, 309. 75, 76, 81, 82, 110, 112, 251. Manner
lodge, Ilugh, 11.1) , II. 333.

of its discovery in New Hampshire,
Ilodge, Robert, II. 100.

79.
Hodge & Shaker, Jessrs., II. 100.

Ivers, Thomas, I. 472.
Ilogarth, Williain, II 231.
Hogkins, Jolin, 1. ;372.
Ilolbrook, Felix, II. :387.

J.
Holyoke, Edward A., J.D)., II. 376.

Letter of, to Dr. Belknap, with obser- Jackson, Rev. Joseph, II. 133, 135.
vations on Julye Tucker's queries Jackson, Major William, II. 206.
about slavery in Massachusetts, 395– Jackson, Dr. I. 387.
401. Sketch of, 398 1.

Jaffrey, George, I. 98, 99, 118.
Hood, Adimual Sir Samuel, I. 108.

Jefferson, Pies. Thomas, I. 95 1.; II.
Ilopkins, Capt. Caleb, II. 251, 268, 270. 219, 236, 263, 265, 281, 281, 292, 295,
Ilopkins, Lemuel, J.D., II. 227.

321, 302 1., 407, 410, 112, 418, 424, 428,
Ilopkins, Samuel, D.D., II. 331.

429.
Hopkins, Gov. Steplien, II. 99, 102, 280, Jeffries, David, I. 98, 100, 102.

284, 289. His account of Providence, Jenkins, Jolin, II. 247.
R. I., 96.

Jennison, Nathaniel, 11. 403.
Ilopkinson, Francis, LL.D., I. 182, 338, Jennison v. Caldwell, case of, II. 377,
345, 496; II. 38, 227, 228.

403 11. Levi Lincoln's brief in the,
Howe, Sir William, I. 134; II. 191.

4:38-412.
Howell, David, LL.D., II. 220, 222, 224, “Joe," Portuguese coin, II. 270 n., 272.
2:25.

Johnson, Samuel, LL.D., I. 222, 294.
Ilubbard, Dudley (?), I. 386.

Johnson, Sir William, I. 46; 11. 152, 154,
IIubbard, John (?), I. 386.

158, 162, 164.
IIudson, Barzillai, I. 147 n.

Jones, John Paul, I. 148.
Ilunking, Mark, I. 3.

Josselyn, Jolin, I. 135. His “New Eng-
Huntingdon, Selina, Countess of, II. 166. land's Rarities cited, 120 n. His
Hurd, Richard, D.D., his “Introduction Voyages to New England ” cited,

to the Study of the Prophecies," I. II, 376.
229, 236.

Joy, Michael, II. 136-139, 197, 200.
Hust, Rev. II. 379, 423.

Juno," sloop), II. 303.
Hutchins, Capt. Thomas, II. 52, 53, 57,

60, 61, 136, 143. Anecdote of, 139.
Ilutchins, William, I. 372.

K.
Ilutchinson, James, M.D., II. 335.
Ilutchinson, Gov. Thomas, I. 334; II. Kames, IIenry IIome, Lord, II. 232.
28, 37, 308, 384, 388, 395, 432. IIis Keitli, Sir William, II. 404.

History of Massachusetts” cited, Kelley, II. 218.
I. 3.

Keppele, Mrs.

, of Philadelphia, II.
335.

Killsa, Capt. Moses, I. 274, 303, 308.
I.

King, Rufus, LL.D., II. 5-8, 11, 68.

Kippis, Andrew, D.D., II. 354, 401.
“Independent Chronicle,” newspaper, I. Knight, Mrs., her ferry, I. 65.
142, 151.

Kuox, Hugh, D.D., his “Moral and Re-
“Independent Gazetteer,” the, 1. 35, ligious Miscellany," II. 100, 102, 108.
130.

Kuhn, Adam, M.D., II. 337.
Indians, I. 13, 83 n., 100, 227; II. 56,

59, 67, 429, 430. Treaties with the,
I. 4, 6, 10, 12. General Sullivan's ex-

L.
pedition against the, 23, 36. Father
Hennepin's views on the conversion Lafayette, Gilbert Motier, Marquis de,
of, 42, 46. Indian idols, 80. Indian I. 104.
slaves, II. 399.

Lamb, James and Thomas, Messrs., II.
Indian corn, price of, in 1782, I. 144.

248.

Lamb, Thomas, I. 458.

Lord, Benjamin, I. 54.
Lancaster, Penn., I. 32.

Lotteries, rage for in New England, II.
Langdon, John, LL.D., I. 113, 169 n., 407. 217, 248, 251.
433, 434; II. 105, 108, 210.

Louis XIV. of France, coin of, I. 93.
Langdon, Mrs. John, II. 135.

Louis XVI. of France, II. 325, 328.
Langdon, Samuel, D.D., Pres. of Harv. Louisburg, Gov. Shirley's instructions
Coll., I. 65, 66.

to Sir William Pepperell in the expe-
Langdon, Woodbury, I. 433, 434.

dition against, I. 120, 124, 126. Siege
“ Lapis calaminaris," I. 32.

of, 126, 127. Capitulation of, 127, 130,
La Pluche, Abbe his "Nature Dis- 133.
played,” I. 40.

Loveweil, Capt. John, I. 397; II. 159.
La Poterie, Abbe Claude, II. 110, 116, | Lovewell's Pond, battle of, I. 397, 398.
119, 121, 123.

Lowell, John, LL.D., II. 283, 294, 376,
Lardner, Nathaniel, D.D., I. 138 n.

403.
Larine, Breckvelt de, death of, II. 240. Lowndes, William Thomas, his “Biblio-
Funeral of, 243.

graphers' Manual” cited, I. 219 n.
Larkin, Deacon John, II. 312, 362. Loyalty of the American colonists at the
Latta, Rev. Janies, I. 165, 180.

beginning of the Revolution, I. 121,
“L'Auguste,French war vessel, accident 124.
to the, I. 162.

Luce, Capt. Abijah, II. 292, 295.
Laurens, Col. John, II. 154.

Lucius,pseudonym, I. 203.
Lawrence, Robert F., his "Churches of Lumber, a medium of exchange in New

New Hampshire cited, I. 212 n., Hampshire, I. 222, 225.

408 n.

Ledyard, John, I. 413.
Lee, Gen. Charles, I. 171, 195, 425. Death

M.
of, 184,
Lee, Richard Henry, II. 35, 115.

Mably, Abbé Gabriel Bonnot, I. 433.
“Leonidas,” pseudonym, I. 148, 158. McCarthy, Capt. II. 384.
Lesley, schoolmaster, I. 318.

McDougall, Gen. Alexander, II. 79, 154.
Leslie, Rev. Charles, I. 236. His “Short McKean, Rev. Joseph, II. 213.

and Easy Method with the Deists,” McKnight, Rev. John, II. 147,
212, 218, 228.

McMillan,

of Conway, N. H., I. 387,
“Letitia Cunningham,book, I. 183, 193. 397.
Letters and Documents relating to slav- McMurray, William, his "Map of the

ery in Massachusetts, II. 373-442. United States," I. 249, 259; II. 282,
Lexington, weather at the time of the 287, 288.
battle of, I. 330.

McNeill, Archibald, I. 458.
Libbey, Jeremiah, I. 99, 113, 115, 221, ] McNeill, Robert, I. 458.

223, 225, 235, 240, 241, 243, 246, 248, Madison, Pres. James, II. 274.
277, 284, 333, 334, 340, 343, 344, 347, Madison, James, D.D., Bishop of Vir-
349, 356, 358, 414, 415, 440, 442, 444, ginia, II. 410.

460, 482; II. 197, 200, 217, 291, 298. Magaw, Samuel, D.D., II. 257, 258, 261.
Lincoln, Gen. Benjamin, I. 20, 448, 456, Magee, Capt. James, I. 473,476, 483, 485,

457, 460, 472, 480; II. 134, 326, 348. 486.
Lincoln, Hon. Levi, II. 377, 403 n. His "Magnetic Bucket," the, I. 404, 408.

brief in the case of Jennison v. Cald- Mallet, Paul Henry, II. 411.
well, 438-442.

Manco Capac, Inca of Peru, I. 11, 141,
Linn, William, D.D., II. 121, 126, 129. 168.
Linné (Linnæus), Carl von, I. 143. Manning, James, D.D., II. 12.
Little, Rev. Daniel, I. 70, 80, 81, 386, Mansfield, Rev. Isaac, I. 446.

388 n., 395, 397, 399, 400; II. 171, 176, Maple sugar, II. 181.
185.

Marbois, François de Barbé, 1. 68, 100,
Livermore, Samuel, I. 434, 435,

108, 154; II. 189.
Livingston, John H., D.D., II. 129. Marcou, Mrs. Jane (Belknap), her "Life
Longchamps, Charles Julien de, I. 384. of Dr. Belknap” cited, I. 184 n., 412
Long Island, origin of, I. 25. Descrip- 420 n., 428 n.; II. 115 n.
tion of parts of, 251-253.

Maria," ship, II. 251.
Longman, Thomas, I. 166, 181, 204, 215, “Marien-glas." See "Isinglass."

218, 228, 235, 236, 266, 272, 273, 275, Marietta, Ohio, settlement of, I. 493.
277, 281, 286, 292, 303, 333, 310, 343, Marrant, Rev. John, II. 166, 190, 196.
346, 356, 374, 383, 401, 410; II. 116, Martha's Vineyard, I. 253.
197. Letter from, to Dr. Belknap, I. | Martin, William, II. 279, 285, 289.
264, 265. Mr. Hazard writes to him | Maryland, terms on which she acceded
respecting an English edition of Bel- to the Confederation, I. 117.
knap's New Hampshire, 402, 403. Mason, Dr. II. 378.

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391 n.,

Mason, Capt. John, I. 98, 128. His pa- Millar, Rev. Robert, his “ Propagation of
tent, 111, 112.

Christianity” cited, I. 140 n.
Mason, Col. Jolin Tufton, I. 116, 118. Miller, Charles, II. 214.
Mason, Robert, I. 3, 13, 98, 250.

Miller, Samuel, D.D., II. 306, 309.
“Mason Catechism,” the, I. 467.

Minot, Hon. George Richards, his " His-
Masonic lodge, colored, in Boston, II. tory of the Insurrection in Massachu.
383.

setts,” I. 133 n., 457 n.; II. 55, 59, 69,
Massachusetts, answer of, to the claim 428, 431.

of Mason and Gorges, I. 128, 131. Act Mirallez, Don Juan de, death of, I.
of, against witchcraft (1692), 209, 210. 61.
Boundary with New Hampshire, 242. “ 'Monarch." See “ Webster, Noah."
Slavery in, II. 2. Convention in, to Montague, Edward Wortley, I. 14, 17,
ratify the federal constitution, 5–10, 322.
13–17. Political status of negroes in, Montgolfier, Joseph (?), I. 329.
11. Petition of the General Court to Montgolfier, Stephen (?), I. 329.
Parliament (1652), 78, 82. Boundary Montgomery, Gen. Richard, II. 152,
with Plymouth Colony, 323, 326. Let- 154.
ters and Documents relating to Slavery " Monthly Review," the, II. 294.
in, 373–442. Attempts in, to prevent Moody, Rev. Joshua, I. 13, 119.
the importation of slaves, 385, 387–388. Moore, John, M.D., his “ Travels"
Negro petitions for freedom to the cited, I. 197.
General Court of, 22, 23, 432–437. Moorhead, Rev. John, I. 447 n.
“Acts and Resolves" of, cited, I. 210 Morgan, Gen. Daniel, 1. 87, 91.
n.; II. 376.

“ Archives ” of, cited, II. Morgan, Col. George, II. 60.
436 n.

“Records of the General Morris, Robert, I. 279; II. 190, 272.
Court” cited, 376. “ · Massachusetts Morris, Mrs. II. 355.
Gazette” cited, 78.

Morse, Jedediah, D.D., I. 497; II. 14,
Massachusetts Historical Society, I. 247 18, 21, 28, 30, 33, 34, 38, 40, 45-47, 50,

n.; II. 169 n., 253 n., 284, 297, 299, 308, 53, 54, 56-58, 62, 70, 72–75, 77, 79, 84,
311, 315, 320, 322, 326, 327, 333, 341, 98, 100, 108, 113, 117, 119–122, 125-
346, 347, 349, 350, 355, 356, 359, 362- 128, 130, 131, 133, 134, 138, 140, 143,
365, 369, 376, 383 n., 394 n., 403 144, 146, 148, 149, 152, 156, 160, 164,
n., 411, 416, 422, 424, 426 n., 431. For- 165, 194, 196, 197, 200, 203, 207-218,
mation of the, II. 231, 233, 245. “Col- 231, 235, 237, 242, 247, 248, 251, 252,
lections” of the, 357, 358, 360, 366, 367. 255, 259, 260, 263, 264, 267, 279, 285,
Publication of the early Collections of 289, 290, 291, 294, 312, 316, 319, 329,
the, 277 n. “ Collections” cited, 12 n., 331, 333, 335, 343, 545, 346, 349, 350,
280 n., 375-377, 423 n. Library of the, 359,361, 365–367, 371, 423, 428, 431.
389 n., 411 n. “ Catalogue of the

His American Geography," II. 1,
Library” cited, 43 n., 320 n.

13, 84 n., 117. His installation at
ceedings” of the, cited, 11 n., 123 n., Charlestown, 122. His marriage, 127.
153 n., 231 n., 245 n., 356 n., 370 397 Morse, Mrs. Jedediah (Breese), II. 138,
n., 438 n.

144, 147, 149, 167, 194, 196, 197, 209,
'Massachusetts Magazine,” the, II. 83, 212, 213, 245, 252, 296, 343, 368,
93, 196, 198, 203.

371.
Massachusetts Medical Society, II. 398 n. Morse, Samuel Finley Breese, birth of,
“Massachusetts Spy," the, cited, II. II. 254.

Morton, Perez, II. 397.
Mather, Cotton, D.D., I. 156; II. 62, 67, Morton, Thomas, II. 152. Judge Davis's

116, 188, 202. His " Magnalia,” I. 37; edition of his Memorial cited, I.
II. 2. His “ Wonders of the Invisible
World," 198, 199, 204, 205.

Mother Goose, I. 354.
Mather, Increase, D.D., II. 153–155. Mount Washington, ascent of, by Dr.
Mather, Rev. Richard, I. 19.

Belknap's party, I. 389-391; II. 174-
Mather, Samuel, D.D., I. 172.

176.
Maverick, Samuel, II. 391.

Muir, Rev. James, II. 47, 62, 70, 73, 74,
Mayhew, Jonathan, D.D., I. 223; II. 100, 104,
329.

Murray, James, I. 423, 426.
Meigs, I. 442.

Murray, Rev. John, 314.
Merrill,

of Conway, N. H., I. 387 n. Murray, Rev. John, the Universalist, L
Meteorological Record for 1783, in New 149 n., 152, 171, 364, 366, 369, 489,
Hampshire, I. 280.

492; II. 104, 314 n.
“Metropolitan." See Buckminster, Musical Prodigy, a, 1. 74, 76.
Joseph."

Mycall, John, I. 435, 484 n.; II. 232.
Mifflin, Gen. Thomas, I. 122, 124, 223, Myers, Moses, II. 404.
281, 407; II. 351, 352.

Myrick, I. 274.

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n.,

25 n.

445 n.

N.

Church, 72, 74. Federal building in,

80, 108, 111. St. George's Society, 230.
Names proposed for new States to be Niagara Falls, I. 25.

made from the North-west Territory, Noble, I. 92, 94.
I. 335 n.

North, Frederick, Lord, I. 206, 303.
Nash, Timothy, I. 396 n.

“North American Review” cited, I.
Nason, Major Samuel, II. 6, 18,

335 n., 48+ n.
Navy, American, the, I. 148, 158. North-west Territory, names proposed
Neal, Rev. Daniel, I. 37, 209; II. 364, for new States to be made from the,

384. His “ History of the Puritans,” I. 335.
II. 2. Ilis “History of New England” Norton, Capt. Constant, II. 303.
cited, 376.

Nova Scotia, population of, I. 282, 283.
Necker, Jacques, II. 123.

Nugent, Thomas, his “Pocket Diction-
Negroes, Picture of the Virgin Mary ary of French and English,” II. 219.

(black), in Havanna, I. 176. Political Nurse Truelove, I. 354.
status of, in Massachusetts, II. 11; in
New Hampshire, ib., 12 n. Several
kidnapped at Boston, 19–21, 25, 32,

0.
59. Eight kidnapped at Fairfield,
Conn., 32. Return of those taken at O'Connor, John, I. 497, 482.
Boston, 55. Petitions of, to Massa- Ogden, Col. Matthias, II. 367.
chusetts General Courts, 22, 23, 432- | Ohio, settlement of, s. 493.
437.

Ohio Company," the, I. 484 n., 487, 491,
Newcastle, Thomas Pelham Holles, 493; II. 45, 139.
Duke of, I. 127.

Oldmixon, John, II. 116 n.
New England, Presbyterianism in, II. Ordinance of 1787," W.F. Poole's ar-

319. Records of the United Colonies ticle on the, I. 484 n.
of,” I. 4, 13, 92, 94, 100; II. 309, 323, Osgood, David, D.D., II. 213.
328.

Osgood, Major Samuel, I. 398. Nom-
New Hampshire, proposed constitution inated Postmaster-General, II. 192.

for (1779), I. 10, 15. Regulation act Oswald, Eleazer, I. 162, 164, 186, 227,
of, 15, 18. Constitutional convention 322, 479; II. 24, 29, 35–37, 54, 70.
of 1779, 26, 29. Bad character of a Otis, Hon. Samuel Alleyne, II. 338, 350,
member of the House of Representa- 353. Letter of Mr. Hazard to, 334-337.
tives of, 27, 29. Curious speech of a Otto, Lewis William, 11. 307, 315.
member of the Legislature of, 43, 46,

Boundary with New York,
111, 112; II. 206. Constitution of

P.
1781, I. 111, 113, 114, 161, 163. Politics
in (1782), 175. Copyriglit law of, 225. Paine, Rev. Joshua, II. 98.
Boundary with Massachusetts, 2+2. Paine, Robert Treat, curious proposal
Education in, before and after the of, for making a survey of Massachu-
American Revolution, 287–291. Illit- setts, II. 109.
erate magistrates in, 422, 426. Earth- Paine, Thomas, I. 121, 121, 159, 165, 180.
quake in (1785), 424. Politics in (1786), His “ Address to the Quakers," 2, 4.
433-435. Seal of the State, 494. Slav- Ilis “Crisis," 146, 152, 206.
ery in, II. 2. Political status of negroes Palestine, soil of, I. 14.
in, 11, 12 n. Eloquence in, 40.

Palmer, Rev. Elhu, 11 291.
“New llampshire Gazette," newspaper, Paper, price of, in 1779, I, 7. Manufac-
I. 108, 132, 373.

ture of in America, II. 242.
New Hampshire Historical Society, | Paper money, I. 48, 57, 67.

“ Collections” of, cited, II. 248 n. Paracelsus (Bombast de Hohenheim),
New Jersey, College of (Princeton), I. 8; II. 199.

II. 27, 28, 311. Judges in (1780), I. Parker, Rev. Noalı, I. 333.
422. Soil of, 14, 17.

Parker, Samuel, 1) D., II. 210, 211, 243.
Newport, R. )., evacuation of, I. 20, 21. Parliamentary llistory of England,"
Newspapers, character of Philadelphia, the, cited, I. 206 n.

I. 168, 178. Not carried in the United Parsons, Jonathan, D.D., II. 221–226,
States mail, II. 24, 36, 38.

2:32, 237.
Newton, Thomas, D.D., Bishop of Bristol, Parsons, Theophilus, LL.D., II. 6,8,11,18.
I. 237.

Partridge, Ilon. George, II. 105.
New York, boundary with New IlampPassaic, falls of the, I. 61.
shire, I, 111, 112, 11. 206.

Payne. See" Paine, Rer. Joshua."
New York, city of, moving of tenants Peabody, Gen. Nathaniel, II. 24.

on 1st of May of cach year, I. 437, Peace of 1783, I. 203, 205.
459. Tumult in (1788), II. 31. Brick | Peale, Charles Wilson, I. 62.

446 n.

paper, I. 87.

431 n.


Pease, Levi, II. 145, 146, 148, 149, 157, between Boston and Philadelphia, 48.
167.

Regulations of the, 470, 475. News-
Pellam, Ilenry, his "Map of Boston," papers not carriell in the mail, II. 24,
II. 115, 120.

30, 38. Method of transporting the
Pemberton, Thomas, letter of, to Dr. mails, 14. Samuel Osgood appointed
Belknap, on slavery in Massachusetts, Postmaster, 192. See also

Ilazard,
II. 391-391. Sketch of, 394 n.

Ebenezer.”
Penn, William, I. :37, 49, 52, 64; II. 99, | Poterie, tbbé Claude de la, II. 110, 116,

114, 126, 128, 131, 139, 143, 147, 132, 119, 121, 123.
157, 160, 344. Anecdote of, 132. Powars, Edward E., I. 142, 151.
Pennsbury," manor of, II. 114, 116, 120. Pownall, Gov. Thomas, I. 339.
Pennsylvania Evening Post," News- Poyntell, William, II. 309.
,

Presbyterian Church, divisions of the, I.
Pennsylvania Herald,” newspaper, I.

165, 180. Records of the, in the

United States," cited, II. 102 n. Pro-
Pennsylvania Magazine,” the, I. 73, posed history of the American, 311.
76, 131, 161, 164.

Price, Richard, D.D., I. 338, 415.
“ Pennsylvania Packet," newspaper, I. Price, Rev. Roger, II. 353.
306, 328; II. 320, 327.

Priestley, Joseph, LL.D), I. 358; II. 349.
Pennsylvania, University of, I 47. Prince, Capt. Job, II. 381.
“ Pennycook Egg,” Dr. Belknap's Apo- | Prince, Newton, II. 387.
logue of the, I. 8, 9, 11, 15.

Prince, Rev. Thomas, I. 14, 37. His
Pepperell, Sir William, II. 75, 77, 277. "Annals” cited, II. 376.

Gov. Shirley's instructions to, in the Princeton College, I. 8; II. 27, 28, 311.

Louisburg expedition, I. 120, 124, 126. Printing, expense of, in America, I. 125,
Perkins, Col. Thomas II , II. 264.

177, 187, 188, 223-224.
Perrin, John, II. 218, 219.

Pritchard, William, II. 247, 249, 250.
Philadelphia, Penn., character of news- Proul, Robert, his “ Ilistory of Pennsyl-

papers in, I. 168, 178. Sickness in vania,” II. 365.
(1783), 261. Expenses of living in Providence Gazette," newspaper, II.
(1786), 433. Yellow fever in, II. 333- 280 n.
342.

Provost, Samuel, D.D., Bishop of New
Philadelphia Library, the, II. 302.

York, II. 121.
Philip, King, I. 445; II. 62.

Purchas, Rev. Samuel, II. 52.
Phillips Exeter Academy, I. 80.

Purvis, J his collection of Laws of
Phipps, Sir William, I. 209; II. 290. Virginia, II. 429.
Pickering, John, LL.D., I. 54, 175, 225,

246, 410.
Pickering, Timothy, LL.D., II. 279, 282,

Q.
284, 289, 300, 335.
Pickles, Rev. William (Peregrine Pickle), Quakers, I. 157; II. 282, 288. Thomas
II. 100, 102, 104, 107, 109.

Paine's address to the, 1. 2, 4. Perse-
Picture belonging to Gov. Winslow, I. 93. cution of, in New England, 267. Dr.
Pike, Rev. James, II. 126.

Belknap's opinion of, as politicians, II.
Pike, Nicholas, II. 33, 40, 47.

221.
Pine Plain, Long Island, 1. 251.

Quincy, Edmund (II. C. 1722), II. 53.
Pintarıl, Jolin, II. 157, 158, 162, 164, 165, Quincy, Col. Josiah, II. 51.
218, 231, 237, 286, 290, 293, 295.

Quincy, Josial, LL.D., Pres. Ilarv. Coll.,
Pitt, William, II. 280.

II. 152 n.
Place, George, I. 387.
Platt, 11. 87.

R.
Plumer, William, his “Life of Gov. Wil-
liam Plumer” cited, I. 446 n.

Ralston, I. 421.
Plymouth Colony, boundary of,with Mas- Ramsay, David, M.D., I. 438; II. 69,
sachusetts Bay, II, 323, 326.

132, 162, 221.
Poole, Wm. F., liis article on the “ Ordi- | Randolph, Edmund, II. 277, 285, 314,
nance of 1787" cited, I. 484 n.

361, 362 n.
Pope, Alexander, I. 6, 15; II. 307. Randolph, Edward, I. 3.
Pope, Joseph, I. 471; II. 283.

Randolph, John, II. 425 n.
Popkin, Rev. John Snelling, I. 447 n. Rea, Daniel, II. 149.
Porter, Amos (?), I. 493.

“Records of the Presbyterian Church in
Porter, Rev. Nathaniel, I. 397.

the United States of America" cited,
Portsmouth. N. 11., whirlwind at, I. 38, II. 102 n.

50. Accident to a French man-of-war “Records of the United Colonies of New
in the harbor of, 162.

England," I. 4, 13, 92, 94, 100; II. 309,
Post-office, U. S., I. 469, 470, 475. Mail 323, 328.

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