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brought to boston; a papist. P. Garrett, joseph. iv. 229.
escapes to Gales, capt. vii. 157. general. iii.
149. taken by 236. 237.
Gay, rev. dr. of hingham. iii. 238.
neer sent to connecticut. v. 179. Gay, rev. bunker, of hindsdale, new
Gay bead. iii. 41. 45. 46. 49. 53. 93.
Gedney, bartholomew. viii. 105. 181.
Gedney, eleazer. viii. 105.
jnn. ii. 144. Geery, rev. of wenham, bis
character. ii. 119.
Gellibrand, henry, professor of gres-.
ham college, prosecuted on account
of his almanack. vii. P. 50.
his character and epitaph. iv. 141. i. 69.
setts. vii 53.
General court of massachusetts to be
his 57. to be held semi-annually. V.
2:35. the first held at Boston. vii.
General hospital, chapel at quebec. -
vii. P. 34.
George, capt. ii. 260.
George, sagamore, at saugus. v. 32. -.
Georgia. ii. 28. deeply in debt. ii.
Georgiana, maine. iv. 239.
Gerish, capt. vii. 55.
Germany, its wars in 1631, account
P.--81.. authors living in, and the
number of their works in 1792. | Gill, moses. ii. 46. 48. • lieutenant
governour of massachusetts. vii.
Gill, inoses. vij. 180.
about medical college. i. 137. Gilman, rev. tristram, of north yar.
mouth. iv. 180.
Gilson, william. iv. 220. 222. 224.
224. 239. 242. assistant at ply-
mouth. vii. P. 83.
v. 251. captain. vi. 340. commis Gilson, mrs. frances. iv. 242.
29. viii. 2. 17. 19. 20. 2. 24. 60. Gleason, rev. charles, of dudley.i ii.
Gleason, benjamin. ii. 178.
Gloster, cape ann. See gloucester.
isle of shoals people to revolt from 38. oath tendered to. 56.rise
ed by rev. mr. blinman and others.
vi. 408. its church, being 21st in
massachusetts, planted. vii. 32.
away at nahant. vii. P. 20. an as-
sistant. vi. 546.1
Glover, rev. joseph, a printer. vii. 12.
Glover, hab. viii. 105.
of kingston. iji. 214.
of council of new england; dies. in massachusetts. vii. P. 7.. in.
tended for massachusetts, mostly
die at P. 9. - brought - to
land, new hampshire. iv. 78.
Godfrey, francis. vii. 151.
Godfrey, mrs. x. 179.
nour of massachusetts company in
Goffe, edward. ii. 162. iv. 76.
Gordon, hon. william, of amherst,
regicide. ii. 64. iv. new hampshire. ii. 253.
of new york. ii.
waltham. iii. 272. president of
massachusetts historical society.
winslow's relation of things re- Gorges, lord, a patentee of new eng-
Gorges, sir ferdinando, not the author
of wonder-working providence.
ii. 49. v. 86. assisted by sir ed-
of land between pascataqua and
sagadehock. 89. letter to sir
the grief of plymouth settlers. ix. to massachusetts. 141. instigates
sir c gardiner and others to com-
plain to the king. 145. 151. 153.
rough, new hampshire. viii. 177. of his title to maine. 232. and
his donation to boston during the tory each side of the pascataqua.
215. this grant confirmed by the
england. 217. 224. transfers the
notice of the great storm of sept. setts. v. 261. agents claim juris-
ligonia. vi. 368.
against massachusetts. 612. let.
tions, referred to. i. (xxviii. xxix.) intention to claim inassachusetts.
accuracy of government of new england. P.
quoted. sachusetts, which is defeated. vii.
P. 85. has a plantation at mun-
ton, new hampshire. iv. 191. Gorges, robert, son of sir ferdinando,
comes to new england as lieutenant
province of massachusetts bay as-
england. 87. 90.
Gorges, thomas, arrives, goes to aga.
menticus, where he finds all in dis-, Gortonists, heresy of. j. 58. deny
colonies, particularly massachu-
setts; warrants issued against by
gov. winthrop and mr. dudley;
land to solicit assistance for charles hend them. vii. 48. 50. confined
martha's vineyard, and other
islands. 80. makes further dis-
coveries of the coast of virginia.
v. 10. sails from dartmouth, touch-
es the azores, west indies, and flori.
118. causes disturbances at provi by the indians, visits martha's vine-
nia, to whiston bay ; returns to eng.
voyage in 1662.
a linen draper, de-
. 68. v. 61. civil,
cessively, refuse the office. vii. P.
266. garden. i. (xxxi.) an island
in boston harbour, vi. 479. granted in edgartown. 81. in haverhill. iv.
to governour winthrop. vii. P. 58. 121. 122. in boscawen, new-hamp-
Great james pond. iii. 46.
Great britain, cost of canada to. iii.
Great herring pond, in plymouth. iii.
of merrimack, and three miles Great hope, ship, of ipswich. v. 200.
ii. 63. ditto to Greaves, thomas, judge. ii. 178.
of cape ann Grecian faith necessary to him, who
tist church in england. ix. 197.
Green, john. vi. 337. vii. 93. 98.
commissioners. viii. 68. ix. 170.
ii. 164. v. 122. 177. admiral. vii. 416. vii. 51.
Green, rev. joseph, of yarmouth. iii.
231. 232. 233. 235.
Green, jacob. x. 176.
Green, rev. benjamin. iii. 269.
Green, sergeant francis. ii. 175.
of martha's vineyard. iii. 89. Green, benjamin, instructer. ij. 180.
Green bay. ii. 10.
Green hill, in sudbury. iv.,56.
Green mountain. ix. 131.
Green river. vii. 172.
Green spring: i. 69. secured for
32. grants made at by plymouth.