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Eyer, john. x. 26.
Farrar, rev. stephen, of new ipswich,
new hampshire. iv. 78.
Farrill attacks the followers of bacon.
Farrington, samuel. x. 179.
Farwell, iv. 193.
Fast in massachusetts, caused by a
political question. v. 174. 175.
at boston, for settling a pastor. v.
benevolent trout. iii. 3. 7.. about sachusetts, but changed to thanks-
giving. P. 18. at Plymouth, occa-
Faulkland, viscount. v. 15).
Faunce, john. iii. 213.
Fayrweather, thomas. vii. P. 69.
Fayrweather, john. x. 25.
Fayerweather, thomas, esq. ii. 260.
see fayrweather, and fayerweather. Feake, robert. iii. 268.
Feake, isle, in virginia. vii. P. 86.
Fearing, noah: vii. 160.
on revelations. 74. early in rhode Fearnux, nathaniel. viii. 45.
x. 109. et seq.
Felps, william. vi. 308. vii. P. 60.
Felt, joshua. viii. 45.
Female magnanimity, instance of. i.
Female preacher. iv. 15.
in billerica. ii. 162. sketch of roger williams. v. 204.
note on new lon fort. iv. 1. lines in remembrance
necticut. vi. 309. and claims to
necticut people. 310. commis.
sioner. vi. 466. 510.
Fernald, william. ii. 181. major, 180. Fish,
arrested at exeter for
speaking against the king. vi. 359.
Fish, rev. phineas of mashpee, . ii.
iii. 66. 73.
P. 29. Fisher,
mouth school. iv. 80.
shire. viii. 177.
tilential. 194. which kills Fiske, chiarles. iii. 269.
early in massachusetts. iv. 102. Fitch, mrs. i. 184.
Five mile act of exemption, extended
etc. viii. 243. 245. of what na-
tions composed; some remarks on
its spirit, creates uneasiness. vi. Flagg, rev. ebenezer, of chester, new
hampshire. iv. 78. ix. 368. X.
-, manager of mount 176.
ix. 19. abundant in massachusetts.
Fleece, quoted. iv. 254.
Fleet, the king's, at caribbee islands,
massachusetts, account of. i. 81. 592.
watertown. vii. P. 3. 6. 27. Fletcher, col. governour of new
york, his scheme of taxation for
of watertown, his building episcopal churches. i. 141.
nour winthrop; his "real chris 161. v. 276. notice of. vi. 607.
Flint, william. viii. 106.
Flint, henry. i. (xxx.) iii. 211.
indian manure, first used for that 166.
Florida. ii. 26, 27. v. 9. visited
the french by the spaniards. v. 45.
Floro, jeremy, an ingenious iron | Fort du quesne. ii. 223.
Fort western, unhappy individual at.
Fort halifax. j. 230.
Forthill, drawing of. iii. 187.
Fort edward. iv. 164.
Fortification at sewall's point. ii.
178. at boston harbour. vi.
Fortune, ship. vii. 121. forefather's
ship, the second to plymouth. vii.
Foss, joshua. x. 177.
Foster, edward. iv. 220. 222. 224.
tise on english gold and silver coins. Foster, mrs. lettice. iv. 243.
Foster, timothy. iv. 243.
residence and character, ji. 10. Foster, thomas. iii. 9. iv. 90. 95.
their numbers and warriours. ii. 12. Foster, ann. vii. 163.
Foster, william. ii. 178.
Foster, rev. abiel, of canterbury, new
hampshire. iv. 78.
Foster, gideon. ii. 170.
Foster, deacon benjamin. X. 177.
Foster, jonathan. x. 179.
Foster's ship yard. iv. 227.
ator, his exertions for abolishing
Fowle, thomas. iv. 115. vi. 500.
Fowle, rev. robert, episcopal minister
cation begun; charlestown people, i. (xxviii.)
&c. work up it. vi. P. 61. Fox hill. i. (xxix.)
Fox river. ï. 10.
Fox river lake. ii. 10.
Foxcraft, rev. of boston. iii. king's pleasure touching. vii. 94,
engagement of, in rhode island. vii.
Freeport, maine, account of; its situ-
ation, rivers, soil, incorporation. iv.
schools. 177. 178. history, in
dian name. 179. attacked by in-
182. baptist church, universalist
hampshire, its library. ii. 254. 183. deaths. 184.
French, william. ii. 162. iv. 76.
French, rev. jonathan, of northamp-
French' driven from florida by the
spaniards. V. 45. begin a planta-
tion in new england, but are dis-
lodged by sir s. argall. ix. 5. make
iii. 285. 289. his letter to james early frequent narraganset bay. ix.
years before arrival of plymouth
smith a prisoner. ix. 7. barque at
monument to general warren. ii. her crew arrested by governour
setts, in 1630. ii. 88. first list of, vessel wrecked at cape ann, and
Friends' society of baltimore. ii. 7. april, 1775. ii. 224. iii. 290. his
tle at nantasket. vii. P. 31. sails 204. 205. 214.
again for st. christopher's. P. 32. Gager, deacon william. v. 185. bis
first deacon of charlestown and bos-
attempts to plant in
maine. v. 224.
Gale of 1804, at abington. vii. 114.
Gale of 1815, at rochester. iv. 264.
at wareham. iv. 272. at plymouth.
Gale, rev. theophilus, gave his libra-
dians. v. 249. viii. 232.
Gallows hill. jjj. 185.
Gannett, thomas. vii. 138. 147. 151.
ography of. viii. 277. minister of
scotia ; steward of harvard col.
a member. 278.
siastical affairs of nova scotia quot-
ed. 282. 283. extract of letter
for a parsonage house at plymouth. of articles written by him for the
american academy. 285.
Gannett, barzillai. vii. 170.
Garden seeds, first planted by settlers
at plymouth. ix. 18.
Gardener, thomas, agent for dorches-
ter plantation. v. 106.
Gardiner, richard, his letter from new
england to capt. pierce; surmises
about him. ix. 27. 28.
Gardiner, sir christopher. iv. 156.
a prisoner in massachusetts.
141. complains to the king against
massachusetts colony. v. 145.
enemy to new england. vi. 662.