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gage in making iron there, who pay Bridge, john. ii. 162. iv. 76.
town. ii. 167. 176. 177. 179. 180.
Bridge, nathaniel. iii. 269.
Bridge, rev. josiah, of east sudbury.
Bridge, ebenezer. iv. 90. 94.
sioners of united colonies of new
vi. 493. assistant. 519. vii. 58.
Bridgham, joseph. x. 26.
scription of. vii. 137. a part of
ii. 12. 23,
duxbury. 137. 140. incorporat-
ed; its taxes. 140. petitions for
extension of bounds. 141. ques-
tion about its bounds; purchase of
massachusetts for contempt of au its settlement. 146. its school
lands. 153. emigration
population and taxes; first interior
settlement in plymouth colony.
of rhode island by the king's com philip's war; attacked and burnt
battle ; list of its representatives to
plymouth & to massachusetts. 159.
143. 144. 147. 149. 150. 159. 162. forming massachusetts constitution,
* and for adopting united states' con-
astical history ; its west parish. 161.
parish. 164. 166. its east parish.
165. titicut parish. 167.
episcopal church; its baptists. 167.
its dwellings, families and persons ;
its schools and education; makes a
academy; its educated men. 169.
its ponds and rivers ; indians. 171.
its mills. 172. its soil and agri.
176. its militia. 176.
Brief relation of the discovery and
planting of new england.ix. 1.
cause of its publication. 2. 3.
Brief narrative, &c. by matthew may. Brocas, capt. makes an experiment
with vines in virginia. ix. 118.
Brock, (brook ?) capt. of the ship gift.
iv. 260. 282. 294. Bromfield, edward. x. 26. 28.
Brook, lord. i. (xxvii.) iii. 151. iv.
Brooke, nathaniel. ïi. 49.
Brookes, sir john, a patentee of new
england. v. 217.
591. destroyed by indians. 592.
Brookline, massachusetts, historical
massachusetts. viii. 172. X. 43. 140. its situation and boundaries.
140. formerly called muddy river;
first noticed in “new england's
prospect. 141. its boundary line
toward roxbury settled. 142. its
first school. 142. formerly wor-
tion opposed by boston. 143. pe-
width of the american continent, corporated. 144. incorporated, on
condition of building a meeting
quoted. vii. 96. minister within three years'; not
lege ; his difficulties with president origin of its name; mentioned by
its present name long before incor-
tion not found in the secretary's
a tanner of water office. 145. acres in; sends its first
ing great britain. 151. number of
money for a voyage of discovery. members at; census of; number of
boston reside there in summer! 152.
iii. 238. attacked at concord. iv. natives who have received a publick
its meeting house. 161. note on.
Brooks, dr. i. 108.
| mouth. iv. 143.
Brooks, hon. peter c. iv. 143.
Brown, samuel. v. 122. viii. 97.
Brown, rev. samuel, of abington. vii.
Brown, dr, samuel. i. 121.
Brown, elder richard, produces a dif-
dismissed from watertown for faults;
line. ji. 149. 153. iv. 169. his don ; his kindness to dr. ames and
r. parker. 187. sworn a freeman
the church of rome is a true church,
which causes difficulties at water-
town. P. 31. 32. and is conclud.
ed to be in an errour. P. 32. but he
Brown, rev. richard. iv. 141.
Browne, james. viii. 106.
Browne, william. viji. 106.
Browne, joseph. viii. 107.
the grief of plymouth settlers. ix. Brown, john. X. 176.
Brownists. i. 167. their opinions on
many of, remove to holland. v. 182.
into the hands of the people.
Bruce, rev. john, of mount vernon,
of portsmouth, new hampshire. iv. Bruch, (burch ?) atherton, proctor of
oxford university, expelled. vii. P.
Bruuning, minheer, a dutch booksel-
ler, of boston, described by dunton.
observation to worcester. iv. 205. Brunswick, maine, destroyed by in-
dians. viji. 254.
132. 169. his account of the throat Bryant, sergeant john. iv. 240.
Bryant, jonathan. jji. 209.
Bryant, rev. lemuel, of braintree, now
Bryant, peter, m. d. notice of.
presented to ply-
mouth court for drunkenness. X.
Buchanan, lieut. viii, 156.
- gets himself
Buck, isaac. iv. 241.
Burdet, sarah. a. 177.
walk, connecticut. iv. 297. his made governour of pascataqua, but
forced off. v. 221. 263. mis-
rives and consults the government
of inassachusetts. vi. 353. 354.
mouth, new hampshire. ii. 271. his misrule and vices; arrested and
fined. vi. 361. goes to england
and is imprisoned. 361.
Burial hill. iii. 179.
Burke quoted. i. (xii.)
gospel covenant open- Burnap, rev. dr jacob, of merrimack,
Burnett, dr. ï. 63.
swer complaints made by heirs of of, in massachusetts. ii. 166.
jonathan, difficulties in dor.
160. about pemaquid, account of. Burr, rev. jonathan. vii. 169.
Burroughs, francis. ii. 100. his kind.
dunton. ii. 123.
one of the
Burwell, hon. william a. letter from.
quoted. x. 121.
Butler, rev. benjamin, of nottingham,
new hampshire. iv. 78.
Butler, capt. vi. 523.
Buttels, john. viii. 106.
gress held at.
Butterfield's meadow, origin of its iii. 136. 137. the 11th church gąth-
ered. 152. grant to. iv. 77,
newtown, settled. v. 158. a synod
at, sets forth a platforni.
iii. 191. its vard. 237. (See harvard college.)
synod at. v. 298.
its people re-
move to hartford. vi. 307. meet-
synod in new england held at; ac-
count of. vii, 1. provincial con-
held at, to form massachusetts con-
stitution. 161. second synod beld
there. vii. 8. american army at,
Cambridge platform referred to. iji.
276. set forth.
Cameron, alexander. vii. 59. agent
from england to cherokees.
plans the destruetion of east tennes-
Cammocke, capt. y. 216. begins to
plant in maine. v. 224. vii. P. 70.
8. 9. måde grand pilot of england at boston. ii. 102.
Campbell, rev. othniel, of carver and
tiverton, sketch of. iv. 277.
number and warriours. ii. 23. 26. commander of english and new eng-
iii. 256. surrender.
ed by treaty of charles i. to the
dance in new england. ix. 18. invaded by massachusetts by order
of charles ii. viii, 101
Canada river. ji. 259.
seaver, about tristan d'acunha. ii. vii. P. 31.
Canaries. vi, 256.
Canaumut neck. iii. 2.
Cances indians, their number and re-
Canchattas indians, their number and
ministers referred to. i. 169. Canfield, edward, esq. appointed by
shire, arrives. vi. 614.
al references to the bible. i. 168.
Canon and feudal law, a dissertation
on, by hon. john adams. i. (xxvii.)
gathered; the seat of government, ragansets, embassy to. iv. 42.