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Hewes & Anthony, Messrs., II. 251.
Heysham, Robert, II. 335.

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Hight, of Jefferson, N. H., I. 394.
Hill, Samuel, II 258, 261.
Hillegas, Michael, II. 193.
II. 76.

Hitchborn,

Ilitchcock, Enos, D.D., II. 228, 232.
His Memoirs of the Bloomsgrove
Family," 238.

Hodgden, Alexander, II. 305, 307, 309.
Hodge, Hugh, M.I), II. 335.
Hodge, Robert, II. 100.

Hodge & Shaker, Messrs., II. 100.
Hogarth, William, II 234.
Hogkins, John, I. 372.
Holbrook, Felix, II. 387.
Holyoke, Edward A., M.D., II. 376.
Letter of, to Dr. Belknap, with obser-
vations on Judge Tucker's queries
about slavery in Massachusetts, 398-
401. Sketch of, 398 n.
Hood, Admiral Sir Samuel, I. 108.
Hopkins, Capt. Caleb, II. 251, 268, 270.
Hopkins, Leinuel, M.D., II. 227.
Hopkins, Samuel, D.D., II. 331.
Hopkins, Gov. Stephen, II. 99, 102, 280,
284, 289. His account of Providence,
R. I., 96.

Hopkinson, Francis, LL.D., I. 182, 338,

345, 496; II. 38, 227, 228.

Howe, Sir William, I. 134; II. 191.
Howell, David, LL.D., II. 220, 222, 224,

225.

Hubbard, Dudley (?), I. 386.
IIubbard, John (?), I. 386.
Hudson, Barzillai, I. 147 n.
IIunking, Mark, Í. 3.
Huntingdon, Selina, Countess of, II. 166.
Hurd, Richard, D.D., his “Introduction
to the Study of the Prophecies," I.
229, 236.
Hust, Rev. II. 379, 423.
Hutchins, Capt. Thomas, II. 52, 53, 57,
60, 61, 136, 143. Anecdote of, 139.
Hutchins, William, I. 372.
Hutchinson, James, M.D., II. 335.
Hutchinson, Gov. Thomas, I. 334; II.
28, 37, 308, 384, 388, 395, 432. His
History of Massachusetts" cited,
I. 3.

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I.

'Independent Chronicle," newspaper, I.
142, 151.
"Independent Gazetteer," the, I. 35,
130.
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-
pedition against the, 23, 36. Father
Hennepin's views on the conversion
of, 42, 46. Indian idols, 80. Indian
slaves, II. 399.

Indian corn, price of, in 1782, I. 144.

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Kames, Henry Home, Lord, II. 232.
Keith, Sir William, II. 404.
Kelley, II. 218.
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Keppele, Mrs.
335.
Killsa, Capt. Moses, I. 274, 303, 308.
King, Rufus, LL.D., II. 5-8, 11, 68.
Kippis, Andrew, D.D., II. 354, 401.
Knight, Mis., her ferry, I. 65.
Knox, Hugh, D.D., his "Moral and Re-
ligious Miscellany," II. 100, 102, 108.
Kuhn, Adam, M.D., II. 337.

of Philadelphia, II.

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L.

Lafayette, Gilbert Motier, Marquis de,
I. 104.

Lamb, James and Thomas, Messrs., II.
248.

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Lee, Richard Henry, II. 35, 115.
"Leonidas," pseudonym, I. 148, 158.
Lesley, schoolmaster, I. 318.
Leslie, Rev. Charles, I. 236. His "Short
and Easy Method with the Deists,"
212, 218, 228.

"Letitia Cunningham," book, I. 183, 193.
Letters and Documents relating to slav-
ery in Massachusetts, II. 373–442.
Lexington, weather at the time of the
battle of, I. 330.
Libbey, Jeremiah, I. 99, 113, 115, 221,
223, 225, 235, 240, 241, 243, 246, 248,
277, 284, 333, 334, 340, 343, 344, 347,
349, 356, 358, 414, 415, 440, 442, 444,
460, 482; II. 197, 200, 217, 291, 298.
Lincoln, Gen. Benjamin, I. 20, 448, 456,

457, 460, 472, 480; II. 134, 326, 348.
Lincoln, Hon. Levi, II. 377, 403 n. His
brief in the case of Jennison v. Cald-
well, 438-442.

Linn, William, D.D., II. 121, 126, 129.
Linné (Linnæus), Carl von, I. 143.
Little, Rev. Daniel, I. 70, 80, 81, 386,
388 n., 395, 397, 399, 400; II. 171, 176,
185.

Lord, Benjamin, I. 54.
Lotteries, rage for in New England, II.
217, 248, 251.

Livermore, Samuel, I. 434, 435,
Livingston, John H., D.D., II. 129.
Longchamps, Charles Julien de, I. 384.
Long Island, origin of, I. 25. Descrip-
tion of parts of, 251-253.
Longman, Thomas, I. 166, 181, 204, 215,
218, 228, 235, 236, 266, 272, 273, 275,
277, 281, 286, 292, 303, 333, 340, 343,
346, 356, 374, 383, 401, 410; II. 116,
197. Letter from, to Dr. Belknap, I.
264, 265. Mr. Hazard writes to him
respecting an English edition of Bel-
knap's New Hampshire, 402, 403.

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McMurray, William, his "Map of the
United States," I. 249, 259;~ II. 282,
287, 288.

McNeill, Archibald, I. 458.
| McNeill, Robert, I. 458.
Madison, Pres. James, II. 274.
Madison, James, D.D., Bishop of Vir-
ginia, II. 410.

Magaw, Samuel, D.D., II. 257, 258, 261.
Magee, Capt. James, I. 473, 476, 483, 485,
486.

"Magnetic Bucket," the, I. 404, 408.
| Mallet, Paul Henry, II. 411.

Manco Capac, Inca of Peru, I. 11, 141,
168.

Manning, James, D.D., II. 12.
Mansfield, Rev. Isaac, I. 446.
Maple sugar, II. 181.

Marbois, François de Barbé, I. 68, 100,
108, 154; II. 189.

Marcou, Mrs. Jane (Belknap), her "Life
of Dr. Belknap" cited, I. 184 n., 412
n., 420 n., 428 n.; II. 115 n.
"Maria," ship, II. 251.

Marien-glas." See "Isinglass."
Marietta, Ohio, settlement of, I. 493.
Marrant, Rev. John, II. 166, 190, 196.
Martha's Vineyard, I. 253.

Martin, William, II. 279, 285, 289.
Maryland, terms on which she acceded
to the Confederation, I. 117.
Mason, D. ———, II. 376.

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

Christianity" cited. I. 140 n.
Miller, Charles, II. 244.
Miller, Samuel, D.D., II. 306, 309.
Minot, Hon. George Richards, his "His-
tory of the Insurrection in Massachu-
setts," I. 133 n., 457 n.; II. 55, 59, 69,
428, 431.

Mirallez, Don Juan de, death of, I.
61.

Mason, Col. John Tufton, I. 116, 118.
Mason, Robert, I. 3, 13, 98, 250.
"Mason Catechism," the, I. 467.
Masonic lodge, colored, in Boston, II.
383.
Massachusetts, answer of, to the claim
of Mason and Gorges, I. 128, 131. Act
of, against witchcraft (1692), 209, 210.
Boundary with New Hampshire, 242.
Slavery in, II. 2. Convention in, to
ratify the federal constitution, 5-10,
13-17. Political status of negroes in,
11. Petition of the General Court to
Parliament (1652), 78, 82. Boundary
with Plymouth Colony, 323, 326. Let-
ters and Documents relating to Slavery
in, 373-442. Attempts in, to prevent
the importation of slaves, 385, 387-388.
Negro petitions for freedom to the
General Court of, 22, 23, 432-437.
"Acts and Resolves" of, cited, I. 210
n.; II. 376. "Archives" of, cited, II.

436 n.

"Records of the General

Court" cited, 376. "Massachusetts

Gazette" cited, 78.
Massachusetts Historical Society, I. 247
n.; II. 169 n., 253 n., 284, 297, 299, 308,
311, 315, 320, 322, 326, 327, 333, 341,
346, 347, 349, 350, 355, 356, 359, 362–
365, 369, 376, 383 n., 391 n., 394 n., 403
n., 411, 416, 422, 424, 426 n., 431. For-
mation of the, II. 231, 233, 245. "Col-
lections" of the, 357, 358, 360, 366, 367.
Publication of the early Collections of
the, 277 n. "Collections" cited, 12 n.,
280 n., 375-377, 423 n. Library of the,
389 n., 411 n. Catalogue of the
Library cited, 43 n., 320 n.
"Pro-
ceedings" of the, cited, 11 n., 123 n.,
153 n., 231 n., 245 n., 356 n., 370 n., 397 |
n., 438 n.

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'Massachusetts Magazine," the, II. 83,
93, 196, 198, 203.
Massachusetts Medical Society, II. 398 n.
"Massachusetts Spy," the, cited, II.
25 n.

Mather, Cotton, D.D., I. 156; II. 62, 67,
116, 188, 202. His "Magnalia,” I. 37 ;
II. 2. His "Wonders of the Invisible
World," 198, 199, 204, 205.
Mather, Increase, D.D., II. 153-155.
Mather, Rev. Richard, I. 19.
Mather, Samuel, D.D., I. 172.
Maverick, Samuel, II. 391.

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"Monarch." See "Webster, Noah."
Montague, Edward Wortley, I. 14, 17,
322.

Montgolfier, Joseph (?), I. 329.
Montgolfier, Stephen (2), I. 329.
Montgomery,
Montgomery, Gen. Richard, II. 152,

154.

"Monthly Review," the, II. 294.
Moody, Rev. Joshua, I. 13, 119.
Moore, John, M.D., his "Travels"
cited, I. 197.

Moorhead, Rev. John, I. 447 n.
Morgan, Gen. Daniel, I. 87, 91.
Morgan, Col. George, II. 60.
Morris, Robert, I. 279; II. 190, 272.
Morris, Mrs. II. 355.
Morse, Jedediah, D.D., I. 497; II. 14,
18, 21, 28, 30, 33, 34, 38, 40, 45-47, 50,
53, 54, 56-58, 62, 70, 72-75, 77, 79, 84,
98, 100, 108, 113, 117, 119-122, 125-
128, 130, 131, 133, 134, 138, 140, 143,
144, 146, 148, 149, 152, 156, 160, 164,
165, 194, 196, 197, 200, 203, 207-218,
231, 235, 237, 242, 247, 248, 251, 252,
255, 259, 260, 263, 264, 267, 279, 285,
289, 290, 291, 291, 312, 316, 319, 329,
331, 333, 335, 343, 545, 346, 349, 350,
359-361, 365-367, 371, 423, 428, 431.
His "American Geography," II. 1,
13, 84 n., 117. His installation at
Charlestown, 122. His marriage, 127.
Morse, Mrs. Jedediah (Breese), II. 138,

144, 147, 149, 167, 194, 196, 197, 209,
212, 213, 245, 252, 296, 343, 368,
371.

Morse, Samuel Finley Breese, birth of,
II. 254.

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New Hampshire, proposed constitution
for (1779), I. 10, 15. Regulation act
of, 15, 18. Constitutional convention
of 1779, 26, 29. Bad character of a
member of the House of Representa-
tives of, 27, 29. Curious speech of a
member of the Legislature of, 43, 46,
446 n. Boundary with New York,
111, 112; II. 206. Constitution of
1781, I. 111, 113, 114, 161, 163. Politics
in (1782), 175. Copyright law of, 225.
Boundary with Massachusetts, 242.
Education in, before and after the
American Revolution, 287–291. Illit-
erate magistrates in, 422, 426. Earth-
quake in (1785), 424. Politics in (1786),
433-435. Seal of the State, 494. Slav-
ery in, II. 2. Political status of negroes
in, 11, 12 n. Eloquence in, 40.
"New Hampshire Gazette," newspaper,
I. 108, 132, 373.

New Hampshire Historical Society,
"Collections" of, cited, II. 248 n.
New Jersey, College of (Princeton), I. 8;
II. 27, 28, 311. Judges in (1786), I.
422. Soil of, 14, 17.
Newport, R. I., evacuation of, I. 20, 21.
Newspapers, character of Philadelphia,

I. 168, 178. Not carried in the United
States mail, II. 24, 36, 38.
Newton, Thomas, D.D., Bishop of Bristol,
I. 237.

New York, boundary with New Hamp-
shire, I. 111, 112; II. 206.

New York, city of, moving of tenants
on 1st of May of each year, I. 437,
459. Tumult in (1788), II. 31. Brick

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O'Connor, John, I. 497, 482.
Ogden, Col. Matthias, II. 367.
Ohio, settlement of, I. 493.
"Ohio Company," the, I. 484 n., 487, 491,
493; II. 45, 139.
Oldmixon, John, II. 116 n.
"Ordinance of 1787," W. F. Poole's ar-
ticle on the, I. 484 n.
Osgood, David, D.D., II. 213.

Osgood, Major Samuel, I. 398. Nom-
inated Postmaster-General, II. 192.
Oswald, Eleazer, I. 162, 164, 186, 227,

322, 479; II. 24, 29, 35–37, 54, 70.
Otis, Hon. Samuel Alleyne, II. 338, 350,

353. Letter of Mr. Hazard to, 334-337.
Otto, Lewis William, II. 307, 315.

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Parker, Rev. Noah, I. 333.

Parker, Samuel, D D., II. 240, 241, 243.
"Parliamentary History of England,'
the, cited, I. 206 n.

Parsons, Jonathan, D.D., II. 221-226,
282, 237.

Parsons, Theophilus, LL.D., II. 6, 8, 11, 18.
Partridge, Hon. George, II. 105.
Passaic, falls of the, I. 61.
Payne. See "Paine, Rev. Joshua."
Peabody, Gen. Nathaniel, II. 24.
Peace of 1783, I. 203, 205.
Peale, Charles Wilson, I. 62.

Pease, Levi, II. 145, 146, 148, 149, 157,
167.

Pelliam, Henry, his "Map of Boston,"
II. 115, 120.

Pemberton, Thomas, letter of, to Dr.
Belknap, on slavery in Massachusetts,
II. 391-894. Sketch of, 394 n.

Penn, William, I. 37, 49, 52, 64; II. 99, |
114, 126, 128, 131, 139, 143, 147, 152,
157, 160, 344. Anecdote of, 132.
Pennsbury," manor of, II. 114, 116, 120.
Pennsylvania Evening Post," news-
paper, I. 87.

Pennsylvania Herald," newspaper, I.
451 n.

Pennsylvania Magazine," the, I. 73,
76, 151, 161, 164.

Pennsylvania Packet," newspaper, I.
306, 328; II. 320, 327.

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Pennsylvania, University of, I 47.
Pennycook Egg," Dr. Belknap's Apo-
logue of the, I. 8, 9, 11, 15.
Pepperell, Sir William, II. 75, 77, 277.

Gov. Shirley's instructions to, in the
Louisburg expedition, I. 120, 124, 126.
Perkins, Col. Thomas II, II. 264.
Perrin, John, II. 218, 219.
Philadelphia, Penn., character of news-
papers in, I. 168, 178. Sickness in
(1783), 261. Expenses of living in
(1786), 453. Yellow fever in, II. 333-
342.

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Philadelphia Library, the, II. 302.
Philip, King, I. 445; II. 62.

Phillips Exeter Academy, I. 80.
Phipps, Sir William, I. 209; II. 290.
Pickering, John, LL.D., I. 54, 175, 225,

246, 410.

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Pitt, William, II. 280.

Place, George, I. 387.
Platt,

between Boston and Philadelphia, 48.
Regulations of the, 470, 475. News-
papers not carried in the mail, II. 24,
36, 38. Method of transporting the
mails, 44. Samuel Osgood appointed
Postmaster, 192. See also "Hazard,
Ebenezer."

Poterie, Abbé Claude de la, II. 110, 116,
119, 121, 123.

Powars, Edward E., I. 142, 151.
Pownall, Gov. Thomas, I. 359.
Poyntell, William, II. 309.
Presbyterian Church, divisions of the, I.
165, 180. "Records of the, in the
United States," cited, II. 102 n. Pro-
posed history of the American, 311.
Price, Richard, D.D., I. 358, 415.
Price, Rev. Roger, II. 353.

Priestley, Joseph, LL.D, I. 358; II. 349.
Prince, Capt. Job, II. 384.
Prince, Newton, II. 387.

Prince, Rev. Thomas, I. 14, 37. His
"Annals" cited, II. 376.

Princeton College, I. 8; II. 27, 28, 311.
Printing, expense of, in America, I. 125,
177, 187, 188, 223–224.

Pickering, Timothy, LL.D., II. 279, 282,
284, 289, 300, 335.

Pickles, Rev. William (Peregrine Pickle),
II. 100, 102, 104, 107, 109.
Picture belonging to Gov. Winslow, I. 93.
Pike, Rev. James, II. 126.

Pike, Nicholas, II. 33, 40, 47.

Pine Plain, Long Island, I. 251.

Pintard, John, II. 157, 158, 162, 164, 165, Quincy, Col. Josiah, II. 51.

218, 231, 237, 286, 290, 293, 295.

Pritchard, William, II. 247, 249, 250.
Proud, Robert, his "History of Pennsyl-
vania," II. 365.

"Providence Gazette," newspaper, II.
280 n.

Provost, Samuel, D.D., Bishop of New
York, II. 121.

Purchas, Rev. Samuel, II. 52.
Purvis, J his collection of Laws of
Virginia, II. 429.

II. 87.

Plumer, William, his "Life of Gov. Wil-
liam Plumer" cited, I. 446 n.
Plymouth Colony, boundary of,with Mas-
sachusetts Bay, II. 323, 326.

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Poole, Wm. F., his article on the "Ordi-
nance of 1787" cited, I. 484 n.
Pope, Alexander, I. 6, 15; II. 307.
Pope, Joseph, I. 471; II. 283.
Popkin, Rev. John Snelling, I. 447 n.
Porter, Amos (?), I. 493.
Porter, Rev. Nathaniel, I. 397.
Portsmouth. N. H., whirlwind at, I. 38,

50. Accident to a French man-of-war
in the harbor of, 162.

Post-office, U. S., I. 469, 470, 475. Mail

Q.

Quakers, I. 157; II. 282, 288. Thomas
Paine's address to the, I. 2, 4. Perse-
cution of, in New England, 267. Dr.
Belknap's opinion of, as politicians, II.
221.

Quincy, Edmund (II. C. 1722), II. 53.

Quincy, Josiah, LL.D., Pres. Harv. Coll.,
II. 152 n.

R.

Ralston,

I. 421.

Ramsay, David, M.D., I. 438; II. 69,
132, 162, 221.

Randolph, Edmund, II. 277, 285, 314,
361, 362 n.

Randolph, Edward, I. 3.
Randolph, John, II. 425 n.
Rea, Daniel, II. 149.

"Records of the Presbyterian Church in
the United States of America" cited,
II. 102 n.

"Records of the United Colonies of New
England," I. 4, 13, 92, 94, 100; II. 309,
323, 328.

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