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Christianity, its influence on indians. Churchill, sarah. iii. 224.
Churchill, stephen. iv. 87.
massachusetts. viii. 86. celebra- Chyenne river. ii. 41.
tion of, questioned. x 182. 183. Cicero, quoted. i. (xvi.)
torical society. i. 14. ii. 277.
City, a great one proposed in new eng.
Civil actions early in massachusetts.
expedition against king philip. vii. outlines of. ii. 57. iv. 21.
Clap, lieut. roger. vii. 54. one of the
first settlers of dorchester, notice of.
P. 40. his account of bull, the pi-
rev. h. jacob. i. 166. one formed Clapp, thomas. iv. 239.
Clap, rev. thomas, president of yale
Clap, rev. thomas, of taunton, after-
chusetts colony to, from on board Clap, samuel. iv. 245.
Clapp, major earl. 8. 32.
freemen in massachusetts. v. 148. setts. i. (xxvii.) addresses from
vii. 98. proposed grant to, from
rhöde island. 101. Iord chancellor,
venant dismissed,” quoted. iv. 119. Clark, thoinas, sen. of ipswich. viii.
Clark, thomas, of boston. viii. 90. 91.
x. 24. 25.
Clark, thomas, of scituate. iv.
island and providence plantations,
secrating. vii. P. 51. 52. popish surrender of rhode island charter.
Clark, rev. ward, of kingston, new
Clark, rev. ephraim, of cape elizabeth. Clinton, sir h sails with an expedition
for south carolina. iii. 242.
Clock, a very curious one. iji. 27.
Clough, john. iv. 110.
Coatuck point. iii. 20.
Coatue point. iii. 23. 24. 33.
Coatuit pond. ii. 175.
at new port. i. 210. vi. 339. 343. iv. 222. 233. 239. 247. 277.
kingston, massachusetts, aged 107
years 6 months
and 6 days.
Cobb, capt. sylvanus, anecdote of. iii.
Cobb, rev. oliver, minister of roches.
ter. iv. 262. 263. x. 32. 33.
169. iv. Cobbiseconte. vii. P. 74.
Cobble hill. ii. 168.
183, claimed by sir e, andros. from. vi. 624.
Cochituate. iv. 77. now andover.
mexico referred to. ix. 225. 228. assistant. v. 124. 128. vij. P. 6.
15. 21. 23. 60. 88. 91. 92. 93. ix.
goes to london.
removed from the
office of magistrate. 339. and
vii. P. 12. joins with nicholas easton. 343.
engagement as judge in rhode
island. vii. 96. 97. magistrate of
massachusetts. 129. returns to
england. vii. P. 22. 25. first go-
-, agent for owners of rives with his wife. P. 88. the
vi. 368. father of rhode island. ix. 179.
ap peace with canonicus and 'mianto-
sets ; settles at aquidneck, now
rhode island. vii. 76. deputy go-
vernour of rhode island. 93.
poisoned by his servant. ii. 166.
Codman, richard. ii. 178.
Colby, rev. zaccheus, of chester, new
hampshire ix. 368.
ing with an enemy, claims habeas Colcot, edward, governour at dover,
when there were but three houses.
Colcot, edward, of hampton, killed
Cold, remarkable instance of, april
30, 1658. vi. 647. and june 5,
Cold brook. iv. 223.
Cold harbour. v. 55.
Cold river. vii. 124.
Colden, his history of the six nations,
referred to. ix, 230.
Cole, robert vii. P. 60. 86. his fine.
viji. 231. ix. 170.
Cole, james. iv. 304.
Cole, ephraim. iv. 87.
Cole, thomas, instructer. ii. 249.
vi. 343. clerk of rhode island as- Colebrook, south meadows. iv.
the king's commissioners. vii 93. Coling, william. viii. 233.
iv. 184. ordained at Collecot, richard. viii. 231.
Collection in charlestown to defray
expenses of rev. mr. torrey's law
suit. ii. 200.
College. See harvard, yale, &c.
College of physicians, petition for. i.
Collier, william. iv. 220. commis.
notice of; an agent with e. wins-
commons, a friend to the liberties colonies. 61. 64. 67. 68. 69.
baptist church in charlestown. ii.
171. 178. 120.
goes to rhode island.
reproaching the churches. 312.
Collins, francis. viii. 106.
Colman, joseph. iv. 240.
106. 232. ii. 147. his letter to
goy. belcher. 186. x. 39.
Colman, john. iii. 32.
publish an account of proceedings
oihers. vi. 454. meet at boston.
466. form articles of confedera.
cut and new haven form a union to difficulties with the narragansets.
Commissioners from charles ii. to
by the king's commissioners. vii. vi. 576. after reducing the dutch
at new york, return to boston. 581.
without a jury. vi. 583. summon
the governour and council of mas-
583. summon by the sound of a
trumpet. 583. refuse to treat ang
iv. 249. vii. 123. more with massachusetts; leave
boston and three of them go to pas-
in province of maine. 584. letter
dies, surprises the fort at new york. letter to john clarke. 85.
surprises new york. 667. 669. dence plantation. vii. 92. 99. 105.
appoint justices of the peace in
rhode island. 93. make court of
arrival of the first settlers of new rhode island. 92. 93. their pro-
position to general assembly
ed over the dutch calvinistick con. king's pleasure touching the oath
ters, laws and defence of the colo.
94. sent to inquire about
ple. 99. regulate the government
ture to mashpee indians, their re col.
Committee of lords and commons
plaints, send settlers to connecticut.
gating the gospel. iii. 8. 9. their Common prayer. i. 154. first pub.
lickly read in boston town house by
york, maine, copy of their com of using it required by the king.
against them. vii. P. 28.
bridge to inhabitants of shawshin. Conahasset neck. iv. 220. 221. 223.
Conahasset marsh. iv. 246. vii.
Conanacus. See canonicus.
v. 102. his charac.
setts. vii. P. 29. 60.
hampshire. ix. 367.
winthrop, and its name changed
cials killed and wounded in those
battles. viii. 45.
new england, reasons of. vi. 465.
466. articles of. 467.
synod at boston, ordered to be pub-
lished. v. 624.
tations. jji. 221.
by the episcopal controversy; ii.
v. 172. in.
Congress, first continental, its com-
mittees; approves the suffolk re-