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Dana, rev. s. of orford, new hamp- Davenport, richard, comes out with
viii. 236. captain. iv. 50. killed
harbour. vi. 642. vii. 56. 57.
i. 201. a great divine. ii. 260.
v. 262. vi. 317. 409. vii. 1. vüi.
cambridge. v. 304. his book on
of massachusetts. iv. 77., extract ed by richard mather. vi. 590. be-
donation to society for propagating
mistake corrected. vii. P. 64. viii. Davenport, rev. john, of stamford,
connecticut. iv. 297. his letter
on episcopacy in connecticut. 301.
Davidson, rev. william, of londonder-
citizen of charlestown who adhered Davidson county, now kentucky. vii.
Davies, capt. of cape henry fort.
Da vinci, leonardo, his mistake. iii.
Davis, capt. james, comes
england. v. 36.
Davis, capt. robert, comes to new
england. v. 36.
at of a troop of horse ; goes against the
nianticks, vi. 465. commissioner
- preserves haverhill
(i.-xxxi.) referred to. iv. 104.
iii. 187. president of massachu-
setts historical society; his letter | Deep bottom. iii. 17.
his letter from its inhabitants captured by indians.
Deerfield, new hampshire. iv. 171.
De krusenstern, capt. iv. 98.
De lancey, governour of new york. i.
Deland, benjamin. viii. 45.
Delano, philip. vii. 138.
X. 57. 62.
65. 68. 69.
Delano, samuel. X. 64. 65.
Delano, john. x. 65.
Delaware indians, their residence,
military observation to worcester. language, number and annuity. ii.
6.7. quarrel between the dutch &
Delaware, or lenni lenape, language.
Delaware, swedish fort at, burnt. vi.
the ship charles of oleron. iv. 102. house at, burnt by the dutch and
Delaware bay, account of vi. 675.
Delegates of connecticut, their letter
Demeri, capt. viii. 157.
-, quoted. x. 113.
and december of the first year. vii. Denham, judge, takes order against
wakes and revels. vii. P. 77. 78.
english and narragansets, publisbed Denison, cornelius. iv. 179.
Denison, john. iii. 173. iy. 90. 93.
court about their proceedings Denman. i. 138.
Dennison, 'william, sworn a freeman.
in the county of suffolk. vii. 9. Dennison, capt. daniel. viji. 229. his
riots, etc. is forbidden; which rhode island. vii. 81. to them. 82.
major general. ii.
282. v. (iv.) agent to d'aulney.
542. agent for settling disputes
between the dutch and new haven. Devens, david. ji. 176. 177. 180.
Devil, called hobbomack by indians.
boston during its port bill. ix. Devine, ii. 241.
Devon, council of, for ordering the
affairs of new england. v. 84.
nation to schools in brookline.
of william coddington. vii. 76. Devotion, john. ii. 144.
the negative voice of the assistants. connecticut. ii. 156.
Dexter, - his fine. viii. 231.
new england, before its colonies Dexter, hon. samuel. ii. 46. estab-
lishes a professorship at harvard
Dexter, hon. samuel. iv. 189.
Dexter, col. noah. iy. 303.
. 80: mortally wound- Dexter, rev. elijah, of plympton. iv.
redeems 261. 270.
and retiring to virginia, dies. 12. 13. harvard college. ii. 108.
Digges, sir dudley, a patentee of new
hudson's river, comes to plymouth Dillingham, john. vi. P. 4.
a freeman. P. 29.
Dillon, count. iji. 242.
Dimmack, thomas. i. 175. iv. 239.
dians. ii. 17. 22.
nah, storms it, and sails with his of massachusetts, on account of
Discourses before massachusetts med.
Disney, lieut. viii, 156.
Dispensary, boston. i. 127.
307. difficulties in its church.
bers and their children, in answer in massachusetts. vii. P. 1. its
to 21 questions. vi. 563—570. principal founders and first church
ed in plymouth, england. P. 14.
57. viii. 230. and roxbury church
with sir r. saltonstall's rights in
weymouth, england, arrive and set-
tle at. vii. P. 96. first called ma.
tapan. v. 134. 135.
vii. P. 83. being a deacon, is Dorset, earl of. v. 151. 153.
ward, to trade, is captured by Dotte. See doten.
viii. 153. 156. Doughty, john, proctor of oxford
Douglass, dr. william. i. 106, 107.
iv. 80. quoted. 230. 295.
Dove, thomas, bishop of peterbo-
in one day, and fifteen in one day.
Dover, new hampshire. iv. 72. first
214. divisions at,
caused by messrs. knollis and lark-
ham. vi. 362. declared to belong
to become a part of massachusetts,
society. ii. 285. ii. 292. iv. 304. longevity in. x. 180.
Dow, phebe. X. 178.
ferent towns, states and individuals Downing, emanuel, brother-in-law to
431. defeats the accusation of sir
new york, confirms patent of nan massachusetts. vii. P. 85.
Downing, sir george. vii. 29.
v. 106. which settlement is soon Drake, sir francis, his voyage. v. 27.
Drake, john, a patentee of new eng.
land. v. 217.
vii. P. 37.
Drew, john, of wales, arrives at ply undertakers. P. 2.
boston. P. 6. viii. 1. 19. 99. 101.
agent to d'aulney. vi. 494. com-
missioner. 466. magistrate of
ii. 100. 106. 146.his letter froin
sir ed. andros. 260. his letter to
arrives at new uncommon tooth. 263. address
to. iv. 64. address of fellows of
england to answer complaints made
614. viii. 197. and sixteen others
appointed by james ii. to govern
maine and narraganset. 180. and
the other gentlemen, named in the
deputy governour of massachusetts. chusetts general court about the
a captain in netherlands ; memorandum of their numbers, etc.
governour. vii. Dunbar, capt. lieut. viii. 156.