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witchcraft to dr. i. mather. iii. Oxenbridge, rev. john, of boston. vi.
Oxford, bishop of, sermon before so-
fore ancient and honourable artille 190.
Oxford university, difficulties at, ow-
ing to church forms, etc. vii. P.
52. 53. bishop laud its chancellor.
Oyster bed proprietary at plymouth.
ber, residence, warriours and annui- Oyster, long island. vi. 669.
Pacanas indians, their number and re-
sidence. ii. 27.
of united states senate. viii. 316. Pacheweset island. iv. 289.
of massasoyt. ix. 27. journey of
riours and annuity. ii. 11. 12. Packard, samuel. vii. 148. 149. 154.
Packard, samuel. vij. 149.
Packard, zacheus. vii. 149.
Packard, nathaniel. vii. 149.
Packard, john. vii. 149. 157.
Packard, rev. elijah, of plymouth. ii.
Packard, deacon barnabas. X. 44.
Packard, rev. asa. vii. 154. 170.
vii. 75. 76. sa- Packard, rev. theophilus. vii. 154.
Paddy, william. iii. 182. 184. 220. iv.
Padoucas indians. See tetaus.
first settler of lunen-
to be minister of the church in bos- Page, rev. john, of hawke, new hamp-
prevented by the shire. iv. 78.
king. 266. iv. 104. vi. 590. Page, rev. thomas, of hebron, new
hampshire. iii. 112.
Page, col. jonathan. ii. 180
Papists, their errours. ii. 58. 73.
ry at middlebury, vermont. ix. Parker, archbishop, opposed to the
consecration of churc vii. P. 51.
Parker, rev. robert, a uonconformist.
v. 118. 187. 188.
rives. ii. 144. iv. 120.
preaches at lower piscataqua. vi.
Parker, william. iv. 25.
Parker, thomas. viii. 106.
Parker, rev. jonathan, of plympton.
christian indian. vi. 655. killed. Parker, rev. benjamin, of haverhill.
Parker, john. ii. 119.
Parker, jonas. viii. 46.
Parker, daniel. iv. 169.
culty with the lieutenant of the cas chusetts. viii. 298.
presents the king's Parker, david. iii. 11.
Parker, daniel. ii. 180.
Parker, rev. clement, of chester, new
Parkman, rev. ebenezer, of westbo-
rough. iv. 263.
Parr, samuel. viii. 106.
Parsons, rev. jonathan, of newbury-
port. ii. 228.
Parsons, rev. samuel, of rye, new
hampshire. iv. 78.
chief justice of massachusetts. viii.
his character by w. tudor. 289.
Parsons, general. x. 87.
Partridge, or partrich, rev. ralph, ar-
v. 240. vi. 556. a champion for
the truth against samuel gorton.
662. 663. vij. 158. x. 57. 65. 68.
Partridge, capt. arrives ; his heresies;
called before the court; ordered to
quit the province; goes to rhode
island. vi. 413. 414. goes to the nar v. 89. of new england, the grand,
of 1620. v. 80. (And see the ter-
or persons to whom the conveyance
granted. jji. 11.
Patrick. capt. daniel, shot at stamford.
ing. ii. 267. v. 16. indians' at. 29. 34. his pay. P. 85. sent by
vi. 350. 362. 364. 282. 283.
under the jurisdiction of Patten, amos. viii. 115.
or piscatoway, per. Paukopunnakuk hill. iii. 175.
boundary between rhode island and
Pawcatuck bay. viii. 149.
Pawkunnawkuts, or wampanoags, in.
dians, their place of residence. ix.
Pawnees, language. ii. 26. 28. 29. res-
Pawtucket indians, their place of resi-
their residence and number. ii. 38. Pawtucket river. ix. 172.
Pawtuxet river. ix. 172.
dorchester, england, of land be- Paybody, william. vii. 138. x. 58. 64.
Payne, .william. x. 27.
25. arrives in the lyon, which is
virginia and england. P. 38. 69.
part of his men and passengers, and
goods, belonging to boston and ply-
mouth. P. 86. 87. his letter
about the loss of his ship. P. 87.
Peirce, james. vi. 642.
Peirson, rev. abraham, removes to long
Pelham, in massachusetts. iij. 247.
iii. 66. iv. 261. Pelham, herbert, assistant. iv. 110. v.
122. commissioner. vi. 499. vii. 16.
Pelham, william. vii. P. 4.
at hingham. v. 279. vi. 431. vii. vi. 646.
Pelton, or strayton, george, his bees in
173. iv. 285. his models for ship Pemaquid. i. (iv.) v. 11. 15. 16. 89.
rifled by pirates. 160. indians at.
rates. vij. P. 73.
Pemberton, rev. ebenezer, of boston.
Pemberton, dr. ebenezer. viii, 158.
Pemberton, john. viii. 185.
Pembroke, earl of, a patentee of new
england. v. 217.
gon, employed to obtain a patent indian name. 144. 146.
Pengry, moses. viii. 107.
ann with passengers. v. 82. 130. Penhallow, samuel, his account of rev.
charles morton. i. 161. indian wars
- v. 122.
him. 186. countenanced slavery; captains oldham and stone ; murder
left a family of slaves. viii. 185. and torture english, and resolve
marshal of the courts in massachu narragansets and mohegans to join
against them detailed, 130. 131.
massachusetts sends troops against
them under capt. endicott and oth-
131. kill people at weathers-
its etymology ; debate about its war by major john mason, with an
mason, viii. 133. fort attacked
147. 148. many
v. 251. 252. 254. lived prin-
cipally where stonington and gro-
ton, connecticut, now stand; war
was the first in new england. ix.
176. in which they were almost ex.
235. defeated by capt. mason ;
soldiers against. x. 59.
iv. 19. 33.
Percie, george, captain of the fort at
(xxix.) mortality among. ii. 66. Percy, lord, marches to lexington to