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Independents. i. 167. their opinions
on church government. 200.
inar, and select words from the bi.
(xlviii.) et post.
hawk and shawanese words explain-
dian languages. x. 155.
wards's observations on the indian
johin eliot, published at large. ix.
america, observations on, by john
pickering, esq. ix. 223–243.
which they dwell.
x. 172. fable. iii. 7. 34. 43. af.
manure, or fish.
mouth, etc. iii. 175.
united states, mr. schermerhorn's
of the missouri. 44. east of the
P. 96. described
manner of burial.
welcome gosnold on
v. 38. conspire
446. guns not to be sold to. vii. Ingram succeeds bacon as leader of
70. challenged by bris-
number of deaths by,
pox naturally taken; disputes in
settlers; its houses and fami-
take 158. storm at, august 15, 1635.
Ireland. iii. 125. a ship arrives from,
with provisions. 138.
Irenicon, denison's. ji. 282.
Iron ore at martha's vineyard. lii.
first at scituate. iv. 224. one early
at lynn. ii. 93.
Irons, a rude fellow, drowned. vi.
Irognes indians. viii. 246.
virginia. 191. vi. 410.
numbers; catholick priests among. and thence to england. P.77.
chusetts, seized with a loathsome 32. 34. 66. (corrections.) P. 64.
James, john. iv. 241.
Jaines ii. king of england, history of,
by fox. i. 152.
plants near middlebury, vermont,
with their botanical names. ix.
146, et post.
rives with passengers ; narrow
escape. v. 200. 201. arrives with
passengers and heifers. vii. P. 61.
Jamestown, virginia, description of.
i. 52. its fort. 209. built. viii.
James' river. v. 38. principal set-
Janson, sir bryan, assistant of mas.
his character. ii. 150. delegate Jaqueth, oliver, instructer. ii. 180.
to convention; his character. 151. 181.
quoted. x. 120.
Jefferson society, at Charlestown. ii.
Jefferson, new hampshire. iii. 105.
Jeffries, william. vii. P. 4. sworn a
freeman. P. 29. vi. 428.
on christ's church. 165. founder Jenison, captain. viii. 236.
killed by indians.
Jenks, rev. william. i. 244. of
bath. iv. 180. 181. of boston. X.
112. 137. 146. 192.
Jenner, rev. thonas; difficulties with
his church at Weymouth. v. 274.
situation and vii. 10.
goes to virginia. ii. 171. of charles. Jenner, dr. edward. i. 121.
v. 135. 187. removes to Jennings, stephen, of hatfield, goes to
canada and ransoms his wife. vi. Johnson, john, of roxbury, surveyor
general. iv. 25. vi. 430. vii.
Johnson, edward. i. (xxiii.) of wo-
burn, mistake about corrected ;
author of wonder-working provi-
sermon by rev. joseph chickering
of woburn; emigrated from kent,
his report to
deputy to general court; his death.
and massachusetts. vii. P. 89. ing providence corrected. P. 4.
39. sworn a freeman. P. 29.
becomes an wonder-working providence
munion ; lines over his study 168. Johnson, perseverance, of amster-
dam. ji. 179.
143. college at quebec. ii. 247. Johnson,
129. arrives at salem. vii. P. 10. Johnson, mrs. hannah. vii. 121.
Johnson, rev. saniyel, doubts the va.
lidity of presbyterian ordination.
ii. 129. iv. 299.
of representatives of massachu- Johnson, colonel. iii. 237.
Johnson, rev. alfred, of freeport. iv.
Johnson, daniel. vii. 169.
chusetts; gives two sons to the Johnson, deacon noah. x. 180.
vi. 650. 651. indian tribes of ohio, quoted.
P. 21. wig- John's pond. iii. 2.
P. 29. wounded. P. Joliffe, john. ii. 103. viii. 44. 105.
london." iv. 107. published by
william vassal, and answered by
stone chapel burying ground, bos- Jones, captain. iii. 208. bribed by
of concord. jj.
79. 86. her character. v. 132, 133. torney general, gives an opinion
against the validity of the grant among indians at martha's vineyard
tain mason. vi. 614. 616. 621. Justice, administration of in rhode
island, required by the king to be
in his name. vii. 93. not ad.
ministered in massachusetts in the
king's name during the common.
iv. 89. 224. 268. 279. vii. 137. Kamesit. iii. 175.
Kamschatka. ii. 43.
Kansas indians, their residence and
numbers; defeated by pawnees. ii. .
Karalit, or language of greenland, is
v. 216. 224. 226. spoken in asia. ix. 233.
have a catholick priest; their an.
rours in, corrected. vii. P. 39. Kata indians. ij. 38.
Kautantowit, his house the abode of
the good after death, as believed by
ed. i. 169. return j. meigs's, of perstition about his creating man.
Kearsarge mountain. viii. 174.
Keayne, robert, first commander of an-
cient and honourable artillery com-
Kebec. See quebec.
tory at middlebury, vermont. ix. meaning. x. 174.
Kee kepenaglieseek fight. viii. 246.
name ; broken up by indians. iji.
v. 159. petit, try mat tice of. vii. 161-164. 168. iv. 80.
empannelled Keith, samuel. vii. 162.
369. not to be used Keith, john. vii. 162.