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Hilliard, rev. timothy, of sudbury. iv. 120. v. 192. difficulties in church.
59.

vi. 418.
Hilliard, william, printer. ii. 283. Hobart, rev. noah. ii. 194.
Hillman,
iii. 66.

iii. 111.
Hills, hercules. iv. 240. 243.

Hobart, rev. james, of berlin, vermont.
Hillsborough county, new hampshire, iii. 111.

account of. vii. 65. manufactures Hobart, elihu. vii. 119.
in. 70.

Hobart,

vii. 123.
Hilton, edward. v. 214. 215. vi. Hobart's works in abington. vii.
354. 356.

172.
Hilton, william
v. 214.

Hobbamacke, indian, a friend to the
Hilton,
vii. P. 73.

english. v. 67. 68. 70. 71.
Hilyard, job. viii. 106.

Hobbamoquoi, or hobbamock, an in-
Hinckley, thomas, governour of ply. dian devil. iii. 127. vi. 651. ix.

mouth colony. i. (xxii.) 176. iv. 92.
81. 247. vii. 144. his manu- Hobby, rev. william. viii. 54. 81. 84.
scripts. 184.

william penn's letter 85. 178.
to. 185. viii, 182.

Hobson, capt. v. 13. comes to new
Hinckley, samuel. iv. 81. 239. 247. england.' 39. viii. 156. with cap-
Hinckley papers, extracts from. vii. tain herley and others, and two
185.

american indians, epenow and man.
Hingham. i. (is.) being 13th church awet, sent on discovery to new eng.

gathered; sends lumber to boston ; land; attacked by indians of new
its families ; quarrel amongst its england; defeated and returns. ix.
inhabitants. ii. 160. 233. petition 6. 7.
of its inhabitants. iv. 108. fined Hockamock meadows in bridgewater.
for presenting the petition. 109. vii. 173.
petition thrown over board at sea. Hockamock, now eastern and rayn.
115. or bear's cove, settled. ham. vii. 141.
158. church gathered. 192. or Hocking, captain of lord say
dination at. 279. quarrel about and lord brooke's pinnace, killed at
the choice of a captain. vi. kennebeck in a quarrel with ply-
417.

mouth people. v. 167.
Hinton, sir thomas. ix. 119.

Hodges,

expelled oxford uni.
Hirst, samuel. viii. 243.

versity. vii. P. 52. 53.
Hiscox, william. viii. 112.

Hodges, arrives at boston with
Hispaniola discovered. v. 8.

an account of the loss of captain
Historical transactions, quoted. pierce's ship. vii. P. 86.
101, et post.

Hodges, henry. vii. 164.
Historical society. See massachusetts Hodgkin, william. viii. 107.
historical society.

Hoffinan, martin. viii. 321.
Historical collections, notice of. ii. Hog Island. iv. 289.
284.

Hogs brought to massachusetts. vii.
History of new england, by hubbard. P. 30. breaking into cornfields,
v. and vi.

may be killed.

vii. P. 93. early
History of the county of worcester, carried to virginia. viii. 210.
referred to. vii. 178.

Hoit, deborah. 8.479.
Hitchetee, indian language. ii. 18. Holbrook, samuel. iv. 179.
Hitchcock, rev. dr. enos, of provi. Holbrook, john. vii. 122. 123.
dence. vii. 164.

Holden,
Hix, robert. iv. 85.

Holden, randall, one of gorton's com-
Hixon, mrs.
x. 177.
pany. vi. 507. vii. 93.

a peti-
Hixon, joanna.

tioner with gorton and others to
Hoar, rev: leonard, president of har. col. nichols and others, king's com-
vard college, dies. i. 107.

missioners. viii. 68. ix. 182.
Hobart, rev. peter, arrives. iii. 160.

of hingham. iv. 109. trial. 110. / Holden,

V.

X. 182.

x. 177.

201.

X. 39.

removes

Holden, oliver, esq. teacher of baptists Holyoke, elizur. X. 26. 27.

at charlestown. ii. 172. 179. Holyoke, dr. edward-a. i. 112. his
Holden, mrs. ii. 187.

thermometrical observations at sa-
Holgrave, john. viii. 229.

lem. iii. 22.
Holland, at war with england. vi. Homan, jo., viii. 197.

323. with spain. vii. P. 17. 81. Homes, joseph. iii. 208.
makes
peace

with england. x. Homes, isaac. iii. 208.
60.

Hooke,

an eminent counsel-
Holland, earl of, executed. iv. 157. lor. i. (xxvii.) his opinion respect-
Holland, cornelius. vi. 349. 510. ix. ing the charter of new england.
185.

(xxviii.)
Holland,
ii. 144.

Hooke, rev. william, of new haven,
Holland, captain. iv. 95. surveys goes to england. VI. 330. 663,
american coast. 96.

labours to convert indians. 657.
Hollet, john. iv. 241.

formerly of taunton. vii. 20.
Holley, rev. horace, of boston, his an- Hooker, rev. thoinas, of hartford, a
niversary sermon at plymouth. vii. great

divine. ii. 260. arrives.
133.

fii. 134. first settles at cambridge.
Holliman, ezekiel, rebaptizes roger

137. 139.

to hartford,
williams, and is rebaptized by him. connecticut. ii. 151. iv. 1. v.
v. 338. ix. 170. 197.

136. 165. 169. 182. 189. modera-
Holliman, mary. ix. 197.

tor of synod at canıbridge. 238.
Hollis, thomas. ii. 190. his letter to principal cause of settlement on

dr. andrew eliot, about massachu. connecticut river. vi. 305. 307.
setts coin. ii. 276.

313. death. 315. 409. opposed
Hollis, new hampshire, its ministers to sending men to england to con-
and churches. viii. 178.

sult with divines there. 409. his
Holman, john. vii. 159. 160. viii. “survey,” in answer to mr. ruth.
231.

erforth, sent to england to be print-
Holman, john. vii. P. 68.

ed. 415. exertions to bring about
Holmes, lieut. vii. P. 71.

a confederacy. 466. epitaph. 541.
Holmes, rev.

of duxbury. X.

vii. 126. 128. P. 36. viii. 17. 124.
68.

152.
Holmes, william, sen. iv. 240. Hook sett falls. vii. 66.
Holmes,

Hooper,

vii. 155.
Holmes, abraham. iv. 259. 260. Hooper, thomas. vii. 165.
Holmes, rev. william, of chilmark. Hooper, thomas. vii. 160.
iii. 74.

Hooper, william. i. 249.
Holmes, abraham, his letter to rev. Hooper, hezekiah. vii. 161.

dr. holmes. x. 29. his account of Hooper, rev. hezekiah. vii. 170.
rochester. 30.

Hooper, thomas. ii. 172.
Holmes, captain melzar. ii. 180. Hooper, susanna. ii. 168.
Holines, rev. dr. abiel, annals. i. Hop brook, in sudbury. iv. 55.
(xxiii. xxv.) ii. 45. 160. 254. iv. Hope, ship, capt. girling. v. 162.

(vi.) vii. 181. acknow. Hopewell, ship. v. 129. arrives at
ledgment of donations in behalf of salem. vii. P. 10.
massachusetts historical society. i. Hoph, rev.

vii. 51.
285. iii. 292. iv. 304. vii. 297. Hopkins, edward. i. 231. v. 262.
viii. 329. ix. 369. x. 188. 29. 82.

governour of connecticut colony;
124.

dies in england. vi. 329. vii. 1.
Holmes, jedediah. iii. 206. 213.

8.
Holmes,
iv. 260.

Hopkins, stephen. ji. 184. iv. 100.
Holmes's hole. iii. 39. 48. 53. 70.

V. 67.

assistant of plymouth colo-
Holston river. vii. 58.

ny. vii. P. 83. ix. 38. 47.
Holt, moses. i. 249.

58..
Holton, dr. samuel, of danvers. iv. Hopkins, thomas. ix. 170.
302.

Hopkins, stephen, governor of rhode

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, esq. ii. 229.

x. 178.

island, one of the signers of the de- | Howard, robert. vii. 146.
claration of independence, probably Howard, ephraim. vii. 159.
the author of the account of provi- Howard, dr. abiel. vii. 151. 169.
dence. ix. 166.

Howard, daniel. iii. 9. vii. 160.
Hopkins, rev. samuel, his historical

161.
memoirs of housatunnuk indians, Howard, rev. dr. simeon, of boston.
referred to.
x. 124.

vii. 152. 169.
Horace, quoted. jji. 229.

Howard,
Horn, widow.

Howard, hon. daniel. vii, 157. 160.
Hornbeck, dr. professor of divinity at 161.
leyden. v. 189. vi. 641.

Howard, rev. bezaliel, of springfield.
Herse neck, in carver. iv. 275.

vii. 152. 169.
Horses, none in new england. vii. Howard, rev. Zechariah, of canton.
P. 58.

vii. 152. 170.
Hosack, dr. david. x. 192.

Howard, francis. vii. 169.
Hosmer, titus, esq of middletown, con- Howard, daniel. vii. 170.
necticut. ii. 240.

Howard, eliakim. vii. 150.
Hosmer, abner. viii. 45.

Howard, gideon. vii. 160.
Hospital, marine, at charlestown. i. Howard, caleb. vii. 160.

125. general, petition for. i. 127. Howard, john-e. vii. 169.
at rainsford island. i. 108. sur. ! Howard farms. vii. 145. 146.
geons. i. 111.

mates. i. 111. Howarth, lieut. viii. 157.
Hospitals for inoculation. i. 108. Howe, rev. joseph, of boston. ii.
military. i. 111.

259.
Hough, allerton. v. 259. vii. 129. Howe, sir william. ii. 167.
x. 23. 24.

Howe, general robert. iii. 238.
Hough, his orchard and fruits Howe, william. viii. 115.
at nansamund, virginia. ix. 119. Howell,

iv. 224.
Hough, joseph, of iniddlebury, ver- Howland, john. ii. 184. iv. 220.
mont. ix. 128.

arrives at plymouth in 1620. iv.
Houland, john. ix. 38.

278. assistant of plymouth colony.
Hound's ditch, at duxbury. iii. 179. vii. P. 83.
House, samuel. iv. 239.

Howland, henry. X. 57. 69.
House,
vii. 123.

Howland, john. iv. 278.
House of sir h. vane, in boston, still Howland, joseph. iv. 278.
standing. i. (xxx.)

Howland, isaac.

iv. 278.
Houses for bathing in boston, salem, Howland, jabez. iv. 278.
&c. i. 127,

Howland, john, sen.

iv. 278.
Houses forbidden to be thatched. vii. Howland, rev. john, of carver. iv.
P. 23.

277. sketch of. 278.
Houston, rev. john, of bedford, new Howland, john. iv. 278.
hampshire. iv. 78.

Howland,

iv. 294.
Houston, a black man, kept Howldon. See holden, randall.

the first tavern in tyngsborough; Howlet, thomas. vii. P. 86.

his son fitted for college. iv. 194. Hubbard, william, subscribes £50 for
Hovey, rev. ivory, of rochester, after massachusetts colony. 122.

wards of plymouth, his character. sworn a freeman. vij. P. 58. viii.
iii. 200. 201. his diary. 201. iy. 91.
263.

Hubbard, rev. peter. See hobart.
Hovey, james. iv. 87.

Hubbard, rev. william, of ipswich;
How, ephraim, his sufferings at sea. history of new england, at large, 5th
vi. 644. 645.

and 6th vols. ; account of the rise of
How, lydia. x. 177.

baptists. i. 207. notice of history.
How, isaac-r. iv. 169.

209. visited and described by john
Howard, john. vii. 151.

dunton. ii. 121. manuscript of
Howard, in virginia. i. 67. history copied by judge oliver. 260.
Howard, daniel. vii. 145. 146.

prospectus of history. 283. list

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and various notices of works. 281. | Humphrey, john, deputy governour of
282. letters respecting history. company in england, arrives; set-
iii. 286. iv. 24. 93. quoted. 138. lles at lynn; chosen assistant; re-
printed works. v. (iv.) opinion on turns to england. i. (xxiv.) v. 106.
toleration. vi. 373. 374. quoted. requests mr. higginson to come
vii 98. 158. 159. 190. remarks on to new england. 112. assistant.
history. 125. vii. (prince's adver 121. 122. chosen deputy gover-
tisement.) history corrected. P.

nour, but not arriving, mr. t. dnd-
25. 30. mistake corrected. P. 33. ley was chosen in his room. 124.

64. history defective. viii. 99. 146. comes to new england with
Hubbard, richard. viii. 107.

propositions from persons in eng-
Hubbard, samuel. viii. 112.

land, to to massachusetts.
Hubbard, thomas, estimate of the 154. with lady susan, his wife, sister

expenses of massachusetts, in 1764, to the earl of lincoln, arrives ; brings
including forts, salaries, &c. and cattle with him. 170. returns to
the bounty on wheat. viii. 198. england. 171. misfortune in his
199. X. 28.

family. vi. 379.

appears before
Hubbard, captain, wounded. ii. 246. privy council in behalf of massa-
Hudibras, origin of one of its jokes. chusetts. vii. P. 89. viii. 97.

magistrate of massachusetts. vii.
Hudson, capt. henry, coasts along 129. assistant. P. 60. 92. viii.

north america. v. 13. 73. disco. 229.
vers hudson's river, in 1610. vi. Humphries, general david, commis-
666.

sioner to creek indians. iii. 249.
Hudson, francis. iv. 203.

Hunkins, j. vi. 648.
Hudson,
vii. 155.

Hunt, capt. thomas, seizes indians,
Hudson's straits. jj. 11. v. 14.

and attempts to sell them to the
Hudson's bay. ii. 42.

spaniards as slaves. v. 38. 39. 54.
Hudson's river. v. 18. origin of its defeated in his devilish projects by

the original destina the friars in the “ straits," who in.
tion of the plymouth colony. 50. struct the indians in christianity.
discovered and planted. vi. 666. jx. 6.
dutch settlement at visited by capt. Hunt, edmund. vij. 138.

x. 57.
darmer. ix. 11.

69. 70.
Huet, mrs. of hingham. vi. 422. Hunt, peter. iii. 208.
Huet, rey.
vii. 21.

Hunt.

iii. 17.
Hughes, james, of boston, quoted. Hunt, samuel, master of latin gram.
viii. 316.

mar school at boston. i. 230.
Hull, rev. of weymouth. v. Hunter, sloop of war. ii. 239.
192.

Hunter,

i. 108.
Hull,

iii. 285. viii. 90. 112. Hunting, capt. vi. 631.
Hull, lieut. iv. 218.

Hunting, elder enoch, of new london,
Hull, settlement of. vi. 409.

new hampshire. viii. 175.
Hurane society of boston. i. 120. Huntingdon, long island. vi. 669.

list of addresses before. 121. its Huntington, jedidiah. i. 249. vii.
huts. ii. 26.

167.
Humane society of newburyport. i. Huntington, rev. joshua, of boston.
121.

vii. 166. 182.
Humbirds early found in new eng- Huntington, rev. daniel, of bridgewa-
land.
v 25.

ter. vii. 166.
Humboldt, baron william von. one of Huntoon, charles.

x. 179.
the authors of the mithridates. ix. Hurd, Joseph, esq. of charlestown.
231, 232.

x. 123. 150. ii. 173. 177. 179. 180. 181.
192.

Hurd, joseph. ii. 178.
Hume, quoted. i. (xiv.)

Hurd, dr. isaac. ji. 178.
Hummock pond, at nantucket. iii. Hurd, rev. isaac, of lynn. ii. 178.
26. 34.

Hurd, charles. ii. 178.

name.

13.

quoted.

x. 27.

sorne

Hurd, benjamin. ji. 179. 180. Hutchinson, william.

X. 27.
Hurd, benjamin, jun. ii. 181. Hutchinson, gov. thomas. i. (xxii.)
Huron, lake, indians on its borders. his notice of rev. william hubbard.
ii. 3.

ii. 282. quoted. iii. 182. 221. 234.
Huron indian grammar, composed by 255. 256. 287. 290. iy. 156. his
father chaumont. viii. 250.

furniture and library destroyed by
Hurricane in massachusetts.

v. 162.
a mob.

v. (iii.) his remarks on
in new england, 15th august, 1635. hubbard's history. v. (v.) x. 28.
199. 200.

his papers deposited in the library
Hurricane of october, 1804 ; effects at of the historical society, by order of
abington. vii. 114. 115.

the governour and council of mas-
Hurricane of 1815, notice of. x. 45. sachusetts. . 181.
Hurst, deacon. ii. 178.

Hutchinson, elisha. iii. 287.

x. 192.
Huse, abe). viii. 106.

Hutchinson's history, appendix to,
Hutchins, thomas. viii. 97.

cited. i. (xxvii.) errour in, cor-
Hutchinson, thomas. vii. P. 69. rected. ii. 274. unpublished vol-
Hutchinson, george. vii. P. 69. ume of. iii. 287. quoted. iv. 57.
Hutchinson, william, husband of mrs. 111. referred to. viii. 47. 52. 84.

ann hutchinson. v. 261. ruled by 97. 254.
his wife; appointed magistrate. Hutchinson's collection of papers re-
vi. 339. vii. 136. ix. 179.

x. 23.

ferred to. viii. 49. 96. 102.
Hutchinson, mrs. ann, account of the Huts erected by massachusetts hu-

disturbance created by in massachu mane society. iii. 26.
setts. v. 280. character of. 284. Huttamoiden, indian. v. 61.
outline of her argument before the Huxam. i. 108.
court. 284. expelled from mas- Hyde, dr. john-a. iv. 179.
sachusetts ; excommunicated by Hyde, rev. ephraim, of rehoboth. vii.
boston church. 285. 297.

166.
of her opinions. 286. ordered to Hyde, joshua, esq. of middlebury,
remove out of massachusetts on ac. vermont. ix. 125.
count of religious opinions. vi. Hyland, thomas. iv. 240.
336. intends to go to pascataqua, Hymn, sung after celebration of 228
but concludes to go to rhode island. december. i. (xxxi.)
336. would have no magistrates ; | - Hypocrisy unmasked.” iv. 107. by
sends an admonition to church at mr. winslow. 116.
boston. 338. while at prayer, an Hyslop, william. ii. 46. his gift of
earthquake happens, which she church plate to brookline. ii. 154.
attributes to the descent of the holy Hyslop, david, gives a baptismal vase
ghost; continues to create disturb to brookline. ji. 154.

339. called a she gamaliel. Hywassee, indian school at. iv. 67.
341. leaves rhode island and goes 68.
to the dutch, where she and others
are killed by indians. 345.

I.
Hutchinson, edward. ix. 179.
Hutchinson, francis,

son of

Ice boston harbour breaks up, se-
hutchinson, goes to boston, where years successively, on 10th
he is imprisoned and fined for re february. vii. P. 19. in plymouth
proaching the churches. vi. 342. harbour. ii. 196.
343. killed by indians. 345. his Ignatius, pun upon. iv. 103.
letter from rev. john cotton. X. 184. Igowam. iv. 296.
Hutchinson, edward, jun. ix. 179. x. Illinois country visited by robertson;
25.

french settlement at. vii. 63.
Hutchinson, ephraim. viii. 44. Illonese indians. ii. 7. 8.
Hutchinson, capt. elisha. ii. 100. x. Independence, brig. iv. 285.
25.

Independence, sermon delivered on
Hutchinson, hon. thomas.

the day appointed for publishing it.
Hutchinson, edward. viii. 242. x. 27. vii. 177.

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