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INDEX.

Abbeville, —, I. 438.

Abbot, , innkeeper, I. 387.

"Abby," sloop, II. 322, 326, 348.

"Account of the College of New Jer-
sey," II. 27, 28.

Adams, Hugh, I. 212.

Adams, Pres. John, II. 116, 117, 133,
135, 152, 191, 219, 270, 273, 321. Let-
ter of, to Dr. Belknap, on slavery in
Massachusetts, 401, 402. Letter of, to
Dr. Belknap, 416.

Adams, Mrs. Pres. John, II. 270, 272-
274.

Adams, Rev. Joseph, I. 212, 217.

Adams, Nathaniel, his " Annals of Ports-
mouth " cited, I. 162 w., 169 n., 225 n.

Adams, Gov. Samuel, II. 17, 18, 140,
141, 145, 151, 154, 156, 356, 397.

Adams, Thomas, II. 301.

Addams, Jonas, II. 242, 246, 248, 251,
290, 293, 295, 301.

Aitken, Robert, I. 124, 125, 151, 157,
161, 178, 179, 181, 188, 189, 211, 215,
226, 230-232, 234, 236, 241, 246, 256-
262, 265, 270, 273-278, 281, 286, 287,
289, 290, 292, 293, 298, 299, 302-305,
316-319, 322, 327, 328, 331-335, 337,
341-343, 348, 351, 352, 354, 356-358,
361, 369, 370, 372, 374, 376, 377, 379,

* 380, 382, 383, 386, 401-404, 406-408,
410, 411, 413, 414, 416, 417, 419, 420,
'424, 425, 435, 438, 440, 442, 446, 468,
473, 476, 483, 484, 492, 497, 499; II.
1, 9, 15,142, 168, 170, 179, 188, 211,
256, 267, 269, 274, 276, 277 n., 279, 281,
288, 293-295, 300, 303, 326, 343, 344,
346, 348, 349, 352, 357, 360-362. His
edition of the Bible, I. 159, 162. His
Pennsylvania magazine, 161, 164,169.
Joseph Belknap bound apprentice to
him, 245. His literary newspaper,
245, 249. Pronunciation of his name,
339. Joseph Belknap released from
his articles of apprenticeship, 479,
< 480.

Aitken, Mrs Eobert, I. 299, 335.

Albany, N. Y., Congress at in 1754, II.
153, 155.

Allen, Col. Ethan, I. 24, 27; II. 167.

Allen, Gov. Samuel, I. 119.

Allen, Thomas, II. 209.

Allen, William, D./J., I. 225 n.

Allen, , of New York, I. 491.

Almon, John, his " Remembrancer," I.
451.

America, Dr. Belknap's conjectures con-
cerning the original population of, I.
127, 135, 138, 151, 159, 167-108, 177,
353, 413, 417.

"Am erica, "frigate, launch of the, I. 169.

"America Invincible," a poem, II. 43.

American Academy of Arts and Sci-
ences, I. 34, 40, 46, 68, 88, 94, 110 n.,
436, 490, 494, 496; II. 103, 109, 160,
292, 294, 299, 333, 349. Foundation
of the, I. 63. Ebenezer Hazard elect-
ed a member of the, 88. Dr. Belknap
elected a member of the, 404.

American Antiquarian Society, II. 377,
438 n.

"American Apollo," the, II. 275, 277,
280, 281, 283, 285, 288, 290-292, 294,
296, 298, 302, 304, 309, 311, 315, 322,
355. Sketch of the, 277 n. Cited,
351 n.

American characteristics, I. 415.

American chronology, a compilation of,
suggested by Hazard, I. 37, 50, 117,
119, 123.

American geography, Hazard's pro-
posed work on, I. 5,14, 25, 26.

"American Herald," newspaper, I. 370.

"American Magazine," the, II. 69 n.f
71, 78, 82, 83, 88, 91-95.

"American Museum," the, I. 451 n.,
454, 462, 463, 465, 469, 473, 476, 489;
II. 38, 139, 315.

American Philosophical Society, Phila-
delphia, I. 33, 52, 75, 255, 300, 305,
316, 326, 332, 379, 404 n., 406, 411,412,
425,435; II. 179,188,190, 242, 283, 288,
292, 294-297, 315, 318, 321, 328, 354.

Ames Fisher, LL.D., II. 6, 244, 246,
247.

Amesbury, Mass., whirlwind at, I. 38,
50, 56.

Amory, Thomas C, his " Life of Gen-
eral Sullivan " cited, I. 433 n.

Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com-
pany, Boston, II. 40.

Anderson, Elizabeth (Mrs. Breese), II.

371 n.
Anderson, Garland, II. 371 n.
Anderson, Afrs. Jane (Chevalier), II.

371 n.
Andre, Major John, I. 77.
Andrews, Ebenezer T., II. 83 n., 257.

See also "Thomas & Andrews,

Messrs."
Andrews, Rev. Jedediah, II. 311, 317,

322.
Andrews, John, D.D., II. 98.
Andros, Sir Edmund, I. 119.
Annan, Rev. Robert, I. 447; II. 341.
Ansley. See "Harrison & Ansley,

Messrs"
Anthony, Joseph, II 242, 244.
Anthony, Thomas, II. 242, 244, 249.
Anthony & Hewes, Messrs., II. 244.
"Anti-Burghers," the, I. 180.
"Apollo Press," Boston, the, II. 355.
Apple-trees, blossoming of in New

Hampshire in 1784, I 349.
Appleton, Nathaniel, II. 217, 332. Note

of, to Dr. Belknap, II. 388.
Appleton, lieu. Nathaniel, II. 389 n.
Appleton, Nathaniel Walker, M.D., II.

347.
Arnold, Gov. Benedict, of Rhode Island,

I. 3.

Arnold, Gen. Benedict, I. 77; II. 410.

Arthur, Abigail. See "Hazard, Mrs.
Ebenezer."

Arthur, Joseph, II. 371 n.

Asbestos, II. 38, 47, 49.

Atherton, Gen. Humphrey, I. 19.

Atkinson, George, I. 175.

"Atlas Geographus," the, I. 37.

Atlee, William Augustus (?), I. 355.

"Auguste, 1'," French war vessel, acci-
dent to the, I. 102.

Avery, , I. 109 j 11.40.

B.

Babson, John J., his " History of Glou-
cester" cited, I. 171 n.

Bache, Richard, II. 190.

Bacon, Francis, Loid Verulam, I. 38.

Bacon, Nathaniel. II. 430.

Bailey, Francis, I. 122, 171, 183, 249,
413, 417; 11.24,29.

Baillie (Baylie), Robert, II. 364.

Baker's Cove, I. 128.

Balch, Nathaniel, II. 342.

Baldwin, Abraham, II. 66. ,

Ball, William, I. 274, 286, 292, 479, 483;

II. 301, 344.
Ballooning, I. 377.

Baltimore, Cecil Calvert, Lord, II. 114,

126, 132.
Bank of the United States, I. 301.
Banks, Sir Joseph, II. 411.
Barclay, Robert, I. 157.
Barefoot, Walter, I. 13, 250.

"Barley, Siberian," I. 75, 77, 78, 80.

Barnard, Capt. Thomas, II. 82, 119, 201,
205, 207, 209, 211, 219, 222, 238.

Barrett, Nathaniel, II. 79, 82.

Bartlett, John, I. 386.

Barton, Benjamin Smith, M.D., II. 320,
321, 328, 357, 363, 365, 366.

Bartram, Isaac, his paper on " Siberian
Barley," I. 75, 77, 78, 80.

Bartram, William, I. 425; II. 284, 289.

Baskerville, John, II. 268.

Batchelder, Abraham, I. 422, 426.

Baxter & Co., Messrs., of Richmond, Va.,
II. 411.

Baylie. See " Baillie, Robert."

Baylies, William, M.D., II. 160.

Becking, Frederick, II. 256, 259, 261,
262, 271.

Beers, Isaac, II. 345.

Belcher, Gov. Jonathan, I. 70, 169, 216,
233, 376; II. 27, 28, 293.

Belknap, Elizabeth, II. 211.

Belknap, Jane. See " Marcou, Jane."

Belknap, Jeremy, D.O., date of his birth,
I. 320. Illness of, 85. Elected a
member of the American Philosoph-
ical Society, 300, 305. Diary of his
"Tour to the White Mountains," 386-
401; II. 170-178, 180-189. His tour
published in the Transactions of the
Philosophical Society, I. 425. His
"Description of the White Moun-
tains," 404 n. His journey to Phila-
delphia, 420 n. His Election Sermon,
428, 434. One of his political letters
published in the New Haven Gazette,
439, 441, 466. His position as minister
of Dover, 428. His salary, ib. n.
Removes from Dover, 440. Preaches
at Exeter, 443. Invited to the Fed-
eral Street Church in Boston, 454,
457-459. Project for establishing him
in Philadelphia as editor of a maga-
zine,-450-455, 459, 461. Sale of his
house in Dover, 464 n. His house in
Boston, 465, 485. His salary in Bos-
ton, 458. Offered a share in the
American Magazine, II. 88, 91, 97.
Receives the degree of D D. from
Harvard College, 306. Changes his
house in Boston, 330. Plan showing
the various houses in which he lived
in Boston, 351. His health, 352, 354,
356. His literary labors in 1795, 353.
His death, 366 n. His IlUlonj of New
Hampshire, I 19-21, 98; II'. 88, 95,
108, 110, 113, 116, 168 «., 317. Publi-
cation of the first volume, I. 122, 124,
127, 133, 166, 177, 181, 187, 189, 198,
199, 214-216, 222-224, 226, 227, 237,
239-218, 250, 256-260, 263-267, 272,
278, 284, 292, 294, 304, 317, 320, 321,
331, 334-337, 344, 348, 352,354, 369,
372, 377, 378, 380, 382, 383, 386, 401,
411, 414, 415. Slow sale of the vol-
umes, I. 491, 499; II. 1,217. Publi-
cation of the remaining volumes, II.
197, 200, 244. 246, 247, 253, 258, 261,
26o, 200. 272, 283. 11 is American Bio-
giaplnp I. 500; II. 344, 347-349,304,
360, 368-870, 411. His Foresters, I.
421, 424, 474, 482, 484, 480, 492, 496:
II. 1, 13, 15, 135, 137, 141, 197,200,
278, 285, 289, 293, 295, 297, 313, 317,
427. Anecdote about the authorship,
II. 227. His Discourse on Columbus,
307, 308, 312, 314, 315, 317, 318.
322. His Conjectures on the Original
Population of America, I. 127, 135, 138-
142, 151, 153, 167, 177,301,306,316.
His Memoir on Parsnips, I 332. IIis
views on political matters, 207, 282,
283, 309-315, 431; II. 124. His in-
terest in natural history and philos-
ophy, I 3D, 40, 56, 83, 88, 117, 154-
156, 208, 219, 234, 251-255,306,327.
His account of the dark day in New
England, 1780,52-55. Meteorological
Record, 280. His religious views, 173,
190-193, 324-326, 389, 347, 364-868,
383. His views of the death of chil-
dren, II. 170. His opinion of the
Quakers, 221. His ideas of copy-
right, 141-143. —Letter of St. George
Tucker to, in regard to slavery in Mas-
sachusetts, 379-381. Letter of Dr.
John Eliot to, about slavery, 382,
383. Letters of Samuel Dexjer to, in
reference to Judge Tucker's queries
on slavery, 384-887, 387, 388. Note
of Nathaniel Appleton to, 388. Let-
ter of Judge Winthrop to, on slavery,
389-391. Letter of Thomas Pember-
ton to, on Judge Tucker's queries,
391-394. Letter from Samuel Dexter
to, 395-898. Letter from Dr. Hoi-
yoke to, on Judge Tucker's queries,
398-401. President Adams's letter to,

401, 402. Letter from Governor Sul-
lhan on slavery in Massachusetts,

402, 403. Letters from Judge Tucker
to, 404-412. Governor Sullivan's let-
ter to, on slavery in Virginia, 412-416.
Letter from President Adams to, 416.
Judge Tucker's letter acknowledging
election to the Historical Society, 416,
417. Letter from Judge Tucker in
regard to slavery in Virginia, 417—
423. Letters from Judge Tucker to,
423-431. — His "History of New
Hampshire" cited, I. 10 n., 79 «.,
112 »., 116 n., 122 n.; II. 376. "Life
of," by Mrs. Marcou, cited, I. 184 n.,
412 n., 420 n., 428 n.; II. 115 w.

Belknap, Mrs. Jeremy, I. passim; II.

1-370, passim. Letters of Mr. Hazard

to, 368, 370, 371. Letter of, to Mr.

Hazard, 370.
Belknap, John, II. 220, 225, 36G n.,

367.
Belknap, Joseph, I 215 n., 230, 250, 256,

257, 259, 260, 262, 263, 266, 270, 273-

276, 279, 280, 284, 286, 287, 289, 290,
293, 298, 299, 302-305, 307, 308, 317,
318, 820, 331, 834, 336, 3,39, 342, 343,
355, 357, 363, 870, 877, 882, 403-405,
412, 415, 418, 421, 426,462,478,483,
486; II. 50, 183, 189, 232, 255-257,
261, 268, 268, 277 «., 315, 345. Ap-
prenticed to Hobert Aitken, I. 280-232,
245, 419. His indentures cancelled,
479, 480, 483, 484. Sketch of his life,
484 v. See also "Belknap & Hall,"
and "Belknap & Young."

Belknap, Samuel, illness' of, II. 81, 83,
86, 90, 96, 100, 105, 110, 113. Death
of, 114, 115.

Belknap, Sarah, II. 149, 153, 275, 279,
281.

Belknap, Miss , of New York, II.

133, 134.

Belknap & Hall, Messrs., II. 277 n., 355,
484 n.

Belknap & Young, Messrs., II. 281,
484 n.

Bell, Robert, I. 211, 214, 249, 259, 308,
322, 413.

Benezet, Anthony, I. 345, 356.

Bernard, Gov. Sir Francis, II. 385,
395.

Beverley, Robert, II. 404.

Biarn (Biron), , II. 411.

Bible, first American editions of the, I.
159 n. American editions of the, II.

OAQ

Biddle, Clement, II. 279, 300, 303.

Bingley, William, I. 162.

Biographical Dictionary, proposed, by
Dr. Belknap, I. 3-5, 7, 10, 12, 26, 37,
50.

Biron. See " Biarn."

Bishop, Capt. Phanuel, II. 6.

Black, Moses, I. 458.

Blackstone, Sir William, II. 425 n.,
439.

Blagrove, Rev. Benjamin (?), II. 230,
233 239

Blair,' Hugh, D.D., I. 424, 427. His
"Lectures on Rhetoric," I. 277, 308,
316, 317, 327, 337, 341, 351, 358, 870.

Bland, Col. Richard, II. 410.

Blindness, remarkable case of (Mehita-
bel Whidden's), I. 288, 243.

Boies, Jonathan, I. 453.

Bond, Prof. William Cranch, II. 186 n.

Boston, Mass., social condition of in
1780, I. 47. Printing in, 1782, 131,
133. Town meeting in, 1784, 358-
361. Federal Street Church, 447 n.,
454, 457, 458. Fire in, 1787, 460, 470-
472. Visit of the French fleet to,
1787, 486-488. Burglary prevalent
in, 488. Brattle Street Church, II. 5.
Negroes kidnapped in, 19-21, 25, 32.
Petition to the General Court on ac-
count of the kidnapped negroes, 22,23.
Return of the kidnapped negroes, 55,
59. Attempts to establish Roman Cath-

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