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Bigelow, rev. jacob. iij. 269. of sud- Blackbourne, rev. gideon, missionary
to cherokees. ii. 13. his manner
of teaching indians. 14. 21. 22.
and deaths ; granted by henry dun. Blake, benjamin. iii. 119.
372. or shashin, settled. vi. 545. Blake, sergeant major. viii. 235.
language and number. ii. 42.
for murder. 5. 101. being the first Blackman, mrs. rebecca. iv. 101.
Blackman, rev. adam. iv. 234.
88. discovered by francis billington. Blackınan, or black, rev. iv. 234.
iv. 260. 294.
the expense of expedition to canada. Blackowitz, charles, surveys plymouth
harbour. iii. 197.
Black point, maine, planted by capt.
158. 161., of rev. john lothropp of v. 224. vi. 600. attacked by in-
iv. 100. to pawtucket, now cumberland ri-
of rev. william Blackstone, john. x. 171.
Blackstone's point. ij. 86. iv. 203.
Blackstone's spring, in boston.
Blackwater, in rochester. iv. 253.
Blackwater. iii. 163.
Blackwater river. vii. 66. viii. 173.
174. X. 36. 72.
Black will, an indian, hung for the
mond's island. vii. P. 83.
Blanchard, john. x. 54.
Bland and carver sent to accomack, | Books and manuscripts deposited in
the library of massachusetts histo-
Borland, john, impeached; claims
171. at mistick. vii. P. 31. Boscawen, new hampshire, account
its boundaries. 71.
72. its intervale. 72. its health
and mortality ; its schools, societies
and library. 73. its population
at different periods ; its villages and
its history ;
its original grant from massachu-
setts. 75. its indian troubles, fort,
from 1701 to 1800. i. 81. its alms-
ed; its fairs; johnson's description
92. remonstrates against the in-
corporation of brookline. 143.
opinion of its ministers on the sub-
ject of episcopacy. 133-137.
called by the indians shawmut.
feet in length, killed at dedham. vi. ered at charlestown. 1665. 172.
copy of a letter of its ministers, in-
connecticut. 257. a place of trade.
iii. 142. iv. 71. sale of, by black-
stone. 202. named
count of rev. john cotton; set-
tled. v. 134. 135. 158. its fort
works esteemed in new england. military company made the first.
165. its church flourishes. 190.
its deputies sent home, having been
of ministers at, about church diffi.
culties. 286. discussions in
its church relative to settling rev.
sir f. gorges, of land about saco rours in its church. 291. 292. 294.
in and about, go to rhode
island with mrs. hutchinson. vi.
336. its church sends messengers,
communicating with excomrnuni.
persons. 340. its forti-
fications erected. 445. its har-
bour frozen over from jan. 18 to
a coinpany of
some of its
deaths in, by
134 its votes
etc. 136. contained
its people die of scurvy.
its camp to prepare soldiers
sentatives dismissed by general | Bowdoin, james, esq.
175. its siege. 161. its indian Boyer, capt. viii. 156.
** particular acquaintance and
many rare works on america. viii. of massachusetts ; his letter to gov.
endicott, acknowledging the honour
conferred on him by massachusetts,
and advising a more guarded lan-
iv. 282. 294. english government. viii. 49–52.
eliot's dedication of the “indian
dlebury, vermont. ix. 146--158. Boys, antipas. vüi. 105.
oculation for small pox into massa-
chusetts. j. 106. encounters op-
position on account of it; is made a
member of the royal society. ii.
tween charles i. and louis xiii. vii. Boylston, ward-nicholas. i. 118.
Boylston medical society. i. 127.
Boylston, peter. ii. 144.
Brackett, joseph-warren. iji. 103.
Brackett, dr. x. 163. 164.
Bradbury, thomas. iv. 170.
Braddock, edward, commander in
america, killed. viii. 155. 156.
nongahela -- an original account of
british and american officers killed
and wounded. viii. 153-157.
iii. 66. iv. 284.
Bradford, william, governour of ply-
manuscript history. .. 170. ii.
70. assists in organizing the church
555. vi. 138. deputy governour
of plymouth colony. ii. 164. 190.
viji. 14. gover-
iv. 266. vii. 144. 148. governour Bradford, hannah.
. 117. 190. vii. P. 3. (in Bradley, isaac, taken prisoner by in-
to boston about a chusetts several years in succession.
612. vii. 129. 190. assistant. vii.
x. 2. 61.
declines a 72. 85. 86. 91. 92. 93. builds at
massachusetts to england. viii. 53.
vii. 181. his letter about duxbury of the massachusetts general court
to charles ii. viii. 108. 88. 91. 99.
concerning a book he was about to
196. 198. viii. 2:29.
town. ii. 171. 178.
Bradstreet, samuel. viii. 105.
Bradstreet, rev. nathan, of chester,
new hampshire. ix. 368.
Bragdon, arthur, ensign at york. vi.
printer of haverhill
paper. iy. 126.*
Brainford, conn. settled. vi. 319.
petitions for leave to begin a plan-
church in massachusetts planted
ton, new hampshire. viii. 177. der of court, remove to newtown.
vii. P. 66. persons in england en-