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chusetts Historical Society, Dec. 220, 162. Account of the Dissenting

In. 1813, by John Davis, i. (1)

terest in the Middle Provinces, 1759. 144 Russian Voyage of Discove. i. 156. ry, 1815. iy. 98.

163. Number of English Mission145. Progress of Vaccination in aries in America, 1762. i. 158. the United States, 1002 – 1816. iv. 164. Catalogue of Ministers in New 97

Hampshire, 1767. iv. 78. 146. Letter from Timothy Picke 165. View of the State of Religious ring on the Origin and Progress of Liberty in the Colony of New York, Attempts for the Abolition of Slavery 1773. i. 140. in Pennsylvania. viii. 183.

166. Letter from the General Asso147. Letter from Timothy Matlack ciation of Congregational Ministers in on the same subject, 1817. viii. 184. Connecticut to the Clergymen in Bos

148. Celebration at Plymouth of ton, 1774. - ii. 255. the Landing of the Forefathers, 1817. 167. Answer to the above. ii. 257. vii. 133

168. Churches and Ministers in 149. List of such Persons in New New Hampshire, 1685 — 1819. viji. Hampshire, as have attained the one 175. ix. 367. x. 54. hundredth year of their age, or have exceeded that period, together with a number, who have died between ninety and a hundred years, 1686 -- IV. BIOGRAPHY AND CHARAC1822 x. 176.

TER.

169. Letter from William White to III. ECCLESIASTICAL History. Gov. Winthrop, 1648. iv. 198.

170. Biographical Memoir of Rev. 150. Opinion of the Council of John Lothropp, 1653. i. 163. Massachusetts about Malden Church, 171. Notice of Captain Edward 1652. vii. 325.

Johnson, 1672. ii. 95. 151. Ecclesiastical History of Mas 172. Memoirs of William Blacksachusetts, 1662. i. 194.

stone, an early planter of Boston, 152. Letter from the General Court 1675. x. 170. of Massachusetts to Dr. John Owen, 173. Order of Procession at the inviting him to Boston, 1663. ii. Funeral of Gov. Leverett, 1679. viii. 265.

44. 153. Doings of an Ecclesiastical 174. Letter from Roger Williams to Council in Boston for the conviction Gov. Bradstreet, 1682. viii. 196. of Anabaptists, 1668. viii. 111.

175. John Dunton's Journal in Mas154. Declaration for Episcopacy in sachusetts, 1686. ii. 97. Connecticut, 1772. ii. 128.

176. Letter from Anthony Wood 155. Joseph Moss's Letter on this to Dr. Increase Mather, 1690. vii. Declaration. ji. 129.

187. 156. Joseph Webb's Letter on the 177. Memoir of Joshua Scottow, same subject. ii. 131.

1697. iv. 100. 157. Sentiments of several Boston

178. Biographical Memoir of Rev. Ministers on the same. ii. 133. Charles Morton, 1698. i. 158.

158. A Relation of the same Oc 179. Penhallow's Account of Rev. currence. ii. 137.

Charles Morton. 1. 161. 159. Davenport and Buckingham's 180. Notes on Ezekiel Cheever, Letter on the same subject. iv. 297. 1708. vii. 129.

160. Singing by Notes first intro 181. Biographical Memoir of Faduced in the Churches in Boston, 1724. ther Rasles, 1724. viii. 250. iv. 301.

182. Letter from Dr. Watts, 1734. 161. Dr. Andrew Eliot's Remarks x. 39. on Bishop Secker's Sermon, preached 183. Letter from Dr. Colman to in 1741. ii. 190.

Gov. Belcher, 1743. ii. 186.

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198

GENERAL TABLE OF CONTENTS.

184. President Stiles's Note on Hub. i meaning of the aboriginal phrase

bard's History, and Bulkeley's Gospel Shawmut ?

x. 173.
Covenant, 1778. ii. 260.

207. Edward Winslow's Account of

185. Letter from Joel Barlow, rel. the Religion, Manners, and Customs of

ative to Professor Ebeling, 1794. viii. the Indians, 1623. ix. 90.
269.

208. Description of Mashpee, an
186. Letter from Professor Ebeling Indian Plantation. iii. 1.
to President Stiles, 1794. viii. 270. 209. State of the Indians in Mash-

187. Biographical Notices of Isaac pee and parts adjacent, 1767. iii. 12.
Lothrop, Esq. 1808. i. 258.

210. Historical Sketch of the Socie.

188. Biographical Memoir of Hon. ty for propagating the Gospel among

James Sullivan, 1808. i. 252.

the Indians and others in North Amer-
189. Notices of the Life of Major ica. ji. 45.
General Benjamin Lincoln, 1810. iii. 211. Dr. Edwards' Observations on
233.

the Mohegan Language. 8. 84.

190. Memoir of Rev. William Em 212. Notes to Dr. Edwards' Obser-

erson, 1811. i. 254.

vations.

x. 81. 98.

191 Notice respecting John Rodg. 213. Account of the Five Indian

ers, D. D. of New York, who died, Nations, 1721. viii. 243.
1811. ii. 270.

214. Schermerhorn's Report re-

192. Memoir of Rev. Joseph S. specting the Indians inhabiting the

Buckminster, 1812. ii. 271.

Western parts of the United States.

193. Memoir towards a Character of ii. 1.

John Eliot, D. D. 1813. i. 211.

215. Hazard's Remarks on Scher-

194. Biographical Notice of Rev. merhorn's Report. iv. 65.

Peter Whitney, 1816. vii. 177.

195. Sketch of the Life and Cha-

racter of Professor Mac-kean, 1818.

viii. 157.

VI. TOPOGRAPHY, STATISTICKS,

196. Sketch of the Life and Cha-

AND Local History.

racter of Caleb Gannett, Esq. 1818.

viii. 277.

197. Memoir of Hon. William Tu-

MAINE.

dor, 1819. viii. 285.

198. Memoir of Hon. Joshua Tho 216. Description of Natardin or Ca-

mas,

1821. x. 1.

tardin Mountain. viii. 112.

199. Biographical Notice of Hon. 217. Topographical and Historical
James Winthrop, 1821. x. 77. Sketch of Freeport. iv. 176.

200. Biographical Notice of Profess 218. Topographical and Historical
or Peck, 1822. x. 161.

Sketch of Saco. iv. 184.

New HAMPSHIRE.

V. RELATING TO THE INDIANS.

219. Note on Lancaster. iii. 97.
201. Letter from the Eastern In-

220. Geographical Sketch of Bath.

dians to the Governour of Massachu- iii. 105.

setts, 1721. viii. 259.

221. Note on Plymouth. iii. 109.

202. Indian Names of the White 222. Note on New Holderness. iii.

Mountains and Piscataqua River. ii. 113.

266.

223. Note on Wolfeborough. iii.

203. Observations on the Massachu- 117

setts Language. ix. 223. (30.)

224. Note on Middletown. iii. 120.

204. Eliot's Indian Grammar. ix. 225. Note on the County of Hills-

243.

borough. vij. 65.

205. Notes and Observations on 226. Note on New London. viii.

Eliot's Indian Grammar. ix. 313. 173.

206. On the question, What is the 227. Account of Boscawen.

228. Bill of Mortality for Amherst, 251. Notices of Shrewsbury. i. 1805–1814, with Remarks. iv. 73. 162.

229. Sketch of Amherst. ii. 247. 252. Account of Plainfield. · viii. iv. 74.

167. 230. Sketch of Walpole. vii. 124. 253. Account of Cumington. X.

231. Historical Sketch of North 41. Hampton. iv. 189.

254. History and Description of Scituate. iv. 219, 303.

255. History and Description of VERMONT.

Abington. vii. 114.

256. Description of Bridgewater. 232. Statistical Account of Middle-vii. 137. bury. ix. 123.

257. Notes on Duxbury. x. 57. 258. Notes on Halifax. iv. 279.

259. Description of Kingston. iii. MASSACHUSETTS.

204.

260. Notes on Plymouth. iii. 162. 233. Historical Sketch of Haverhill. iv. 302. iv. 121.

261. History and Description of 234. Historical Sketch of Tyngs- Plympton. iv. 267, 283. borough. iv. 192.

262. Description of Carver.

iv. 235. Births, Marriages, and Deaths 271. in Billerica. 1654-1704. ii. 162. iv. 263. Topography and History of 76.

Wareham.

iv. 285. 236. Topographical Description & 264. Bills of Mortality for the first Historical Account of Sudbury. iv. 52. precinct in Middleborough, 1804–

237. Topographical Description & 1812. ii. 261. Historical Account of East Sudbury. 265. Topography and History of iv. 60.

Rochester, by Samuel Davis. iv. 250, 238. Topographical and Historical 302. Description of Waltham. iii. 261. 266. Topographical Description of

239. Historical Sketch of Charles Rochester, by Abraham Holmes. X. town. ii. 163.

29. 240. Deposition of John Odlin and 267. Note on Attleborough. i. 184. other inhabitants of Boston, respecting 268. Notes on New Bedford. iii. 18. Blackstone's sale, 1684. iv. 202. 269. Papers relating to Cape Cod

241. Notes on the Springs of Bos- Canal. viii. 192. ton. x. 175.

270. Description of Dukes County. 242. Representatives of Boston in ii. 38. viii. 328. the General Court, before the Ameri 271. Notes on Nantucket. iii. 19. can Revolution, 1634–1774

243. Number of Houses in Boston, 1789. ix. 204

CONNECTICUT. 244. Bill of Mortality for Boston, 1816. vii. 134. 245. Bill of Mortality for Boston,

272. Heads of Inquiry relative to 1817. viii. 40.

Connecticut, 1774. ii. 216. 246. Bill of Mortality for Kings

273. Statisticks of New Haven,

1774. ii. 217. chapel, Boston, 1747—1814. iii. 290. 247. Historical Sketch of Brookline.

274. Statisticks of New London, ii. 140.

1774. ii. 219. 248. Note on the Historical Sketch of Brookline iji. 284. 249. Topographical Description of

PENNSYLVANIA. Needham. i. 178.

250. Topographical and Historical 275. Account of the Loganian LiSketch of Lunenburg. i. 181. brary in Philadelphia. ii. 269.

x. 23.

200

INDEX OF AUTHORS.

BRITISH PROVINCE.

284. Method of Preserving Marine

Productions. i. 25. 276. Note on Jamaica. iii. 285. 285. Method of collecting and pre

serving Vegetables. i. 23.

286. Method of taking impressions South ATLANTIC OCEAN. of Vegetable Leaves by means of

Smoke. i. 24. 277. Letter concerning the Islands 287. Directions for preserving Aniof Tristan D'Acúnha. ii. 125.

mals. i. 18.

288. Methods of preserving Animals

and their Skins. i. 20. VII. NATURAL History, &c. 289. Method of preserving Birds

and other Animals. i. 21. 278. Notices of the effects of the 290. Method of preserving the Great Storm of 23d September, 1815. Skins of Birds. i. 19. X. 45.

279. Account of Earthquakes in. New England, 1805, 1806. iv. 70. 280. Letter respecting Mounds. i.

VIII. FINE ARTS. 103.

281. Account of a Fossil Tooth, 291, Criticism on the Landing of from Albany, 1706. ii. 263.

the Fathers, a picture by Henry Sar282. Remarks on the cultivation of gent. iii. 225. the Oak. i. 187.

292. Another on the same subject. 283. On collecting Mineral and Fos- iii. 230. si) substances. i. 25,

INDEX OF AUTHORS.

Note

The figures refer to the numbers in the preceding Table of Contents.

A.

Chickering, joseph. 171. Addington, isaac. 110.

Child, john. 34. Alden, timothy. 202. 279.

Coddington, william. 98. Allen, james. 113.

Coggeshall, john. 96. Andros, edmund. 103.

Cogswell, jonathan. 218. Arlington, lord. 90.

Colman, benjamin. 183.

Cotton, john. 19. 30.
B.

Craddock, matthew. 20.
Barlow, joel. 185.

Cromwell, oliver. 40. Bartlett, josiah, 142, 239.

Cutler, manasseh, 290. Belknap, jeremy. 3.

Cutler, timothy. 154. Bellows, a. 230.

D. Bowdoin, james. 269.

Danforth, thomas. 50. 82. 86. 88. 92. Boyle, robert. 59.

153. Bradford, alden. 198. 199. 257. 280, Davenport, john. 159. Bradstreet, simon. 42.

Davis, john. 143. 187. Bramton, thomas. 23.

Davis, samuel. 32. 97. 125. 148. Burwell. william. 94.

160. 172. 206. 241. 254. 255. 258. C.

260, 261, 262. 263, 265.

D'Bernicre, ensign. 128. Carr, robert. 51. 52. 53.

Deane, silas. 126.

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G.

Dudley, joseph. 281.

Levett, r. 18. Dudley, paul. 213.

Lincoln, benjamin. 282. Dunster, henry. 33.

Lowell, charles. 219, 221. 222. 323. Dunton, john. 175.

224. Du Ponceau, peter-s. 205.

Ludlowe, roger. 29.

Lyon, william. 180.
E.
Ebeling, professor. 186.

M.
Eddy, samuel. 138.

Mac-kean, joseph. 9. 10. 136. 193. Edwards, jonathan. 211.

Mason, john. 28. Eliot, andrew. 39. 161. 167.

Mather, cotton. 157. Eliot, john, of boston. 4. 151. Matlack, timothy. 147. Eliot, john, of roxbury. 204.

Meigs, return-jonathan. 131. Endicott, john. 48. 152.

Miller, jeremiah. 274. Eustaphieve, alexis. 291.

Mitchell, nahum. 256.
Eustis, william. 132.

Moss, joseph. 155.
F.

Mourt, g. 15.
Fancher, dr. 145.

N. Farmer, john. 149. 164. 168. 225. Nason, reuben. 217. 226. 227. 228. 229. 235.

New England, president and council Franklin, benjamin. 122.

of. 14. Freeman, james. 120. 208. 243. 246 Nicholas, edward. 47. 268. 270. 271.

Nicholls, richard. 60. 62. 65. 75. 76. French, jonathan. 231.

78, 79. 80. 81. 84.

Noyes, nathaniel. 127. Gage, thomas. 129.

0. Goodwin, ezra. 278. Gorton, samuel. 70.

Odlin, john. 240.

Oliver, andrew. 209.
Greenough, nathaniel. 244.

Orme, robert. - 121.
H.

P.
Hall, frederick. 232.

Palmer, stephen. 249.
Harris, dr. of jamaica. 276.

Peck, william-d. 286.
Harris, thaddeus-mason. 181. 194.
Hazard, ebenezer. 191. 215. 275.

Pemberton, thomas. 139.
Hedge, levi. 195.

Penhallow, samuel. 179.

Penn, william. 100. 102.
Hollis, thomas. 39.
Holmés, abiel. 8. 11. 12. 178. 196. Pickering, timothy. 146.

Pickering, john. 203. 212. 210.

Pierce, john. 247.
Holmes, abraham. 266.

Pincheon, william. 21. 26.
Hopkins, stephen. 49.
Hubbard, tho

Porter, jacob. 252 253.
124.
Hubbard, william. 99.

Pratt, john. 24.

Prince, thomas.
I.

Q.
I-

13. Johnson, edward. 37.

Quincy, samuel. 119.
K.

R.
Kirkland, john-t. 189.

Randolph, edward. 104. 105.

Rasles, sebastien. 114. 118. 201.
L.

Rawson, edward. 61. 63. 64. 67. 68.
Lathrop, john. 170.

69. 71. 72. 73. 74. 77. 83. 85. 104. Lawrence, nathaniel, 234.

150. Lee, richard-henry. 134.

Ripley, samuel. 238. Lettsom, john-c. 283. 284, 285. 287. Robinson, james. 245. 288. 289.

Rodgers, john. 165. VOL. X.

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