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Popmonet family. iii. 8.
or po- Popos neck in carver. iv. 275.
Popponessett bay. iji. I.
Popponessett island. iii. 1.
Poquan. iii. 44. 58.
v. 75. ix, 114.
Portroyal, jamaica. iii. 286.
Portroy al, nova scotia.
french, who send papists thither, to
the trouble of massachusetts. vii.
P. 84. surrendered by treaty of
tacked by indians. viii. 248. the
french dislodged from by sir s. ar-
sidence and numbers. ii. 34. Porter, john. vii. 93. viii. 63. 64. ix.
Porter, john, jun. his protection from
Porter, rev. john, of bridgewater. vii.
massachusetts. viii. 167. 173. of
cummington. X. 41.
Porter, adam x. 44.
Porter, rev. huntington, of rye, new
cration of churches. vii. P. 77. Porter, jonathan. vii. 166. 170.
england, sends a plantation to ken i. 248. ii. 152. vii. 166. 170.
new england. v. 37. a patentee quakes at. iv. 70. parsonage
Portsmouth, rhode island, general
england as president of a colony. v. held at. vii. 82. 103. settled by w.
Post angel, paper by j. dunton. ii.
king charles, but no puritan. vii. P Pot and pearl ash works at haverhill,
Potenumacut. iij. 13. 14.
Prentice, rev. thomas, of charlestown.
Prentiss, rev. caleb of reading. iv.
Presbyterian ordination, validity of,
doubted. ' ii. 130. iv. 302. minis-
ters prevented from preaching in
bly incorporated. iv. 66. ordina.
lousies. 8. 189.
manufacturing in massachusetts. Presbyterians, oppressed by lord corn-
Prescott, abel, jun. viii. 46.
Prescott, judge oliver. x. 79.
to be settled in boston as minister, Prescott, james. x. 79.
Prescott, samuel.j. ii. 178.
james ii. to govern massachusetts,
ganset. viii. 180.
society. i. 112. of harvard college,
where resident; to expound divini..
ty. iv. 64.
Preston, dr. vii. P. 15.
Preston, lieut. viii. 156.
misrepresentations Prevost, general. iii. 239. 240.
Price, rev. ebenezer, of belfast, maine,
Prieses, a sort of indian jugglers,
method of training them. ix. 94.
Priestley, dr. i. 138. quoted.
Primer for mohawk children, quoted.
Prin, martin. See pring, martin.
sent to massa-
colony. 162. vi. 556.
middleborough. iii. 169. iv. 302.
Prince, rev. ihomas, of boston. i.
(xxix.) notice of rey. william
hubbard. ii. 282. 200. quoted. v. 140. meaning of, among dissen-
Prout, tirnothy. viii. 180. x. 25. 26.
sufferings at sea. vi. 613. 644.
Prout, timothy. x. 28.
Prout's gore. iv. 176.
Providence, rhode island, planted by
roger williams. vi. 335. ' ecclesias.
vineyard, returns to england with sions at. 338. 339 anabaptists at,
council; four of its men taken un-
der the jurisdiction of massachu-
tained of canonicus by governour
winthrop and roger williams. vii.
76. planted. 14. plantation, pa-
tent to; commission to john clarke,
as , agent there. 90. 103. form of
of. 166. nained and settled by
170. original association of govern-
ment. 183. roger williams's letter
freedom. 191. first
church, formed by roger williams,
massachusetts to appear, and an ed to baptist. 196. plantations,
resolves about toleration of qua-
of sir f. gorges and others. h. vane, jun.; charter from charles
ii. allowing liberty of consciencé.
Providence island, settlement at, cap-
tions new england for aid. 378,-
'ment of, by massachusetts people, | Puttequomscut: vii. 75.
Pylarinus, of venice. i. 106.
ant. v. 124. arrives. 133. set-
wounded at the battles of concord 303. magistrate. vii. 129. assist-
ant. P. I. 3. 5. 6. 14. notice of;
purchase of, tees; principal founder of roxbury;
necticut. vi. 319. character. 328. 91. 92. treasurer and assistant P.
letter from commissioners
troops against the indians. 238.
strength of the french in canada,
etc. 239. vi. 629.
Pynchon, john, esq. viii. 227.
with gorton. vi. 404. sachem of Quadaquina. v. 61.
in rhode island, vi 336. not tax-
port of other denominations. ii.
201. opposed by roger williams. V.
in rhode island. 350.
against in massachusetts defended.
572. arrival of, at boston and rhode
86. compelled to train, watch, &c.
in rhode island. 83. answers about,
from the general assembly of rhode
island to the commissioners of the
united colonies. 83. 84. trouble.
some in rhode island. 85. laws
against in england ; charles ii.'s let-
ter against indulging them in mas-
sachusetts. viii. 54. alteration of
the laws of massachusetts against
plymouth" colony to disseminate
a person Quincy, josiah. i. 249.
haven. viii. 146.
Quinnibaug river. ix. 201.
and the dutch at manhatoes. vi. Quittiquash lills. iv. 254. 265.
Quittiquash brook. iv. 254.
Quittiquash island. iv. 266.
Quo warranto, issued against new eng-
v. 268. against mas-
issued against massachusetts. viii.
96. 97. sent by sir. e. andros to
governour of connecticut. 237.
Quorum of assistants altered. vii. P.
surrender. ii. 237. attacked by Quuennet, or quuinnet, meaning of.
Rache-jaune river. ii. 36.
Ragged mountain. viii. 174.
general court, about baptism. i. Rainy lake. ii. 12.
257. master of several indian lan-
250. 251. his dictionary of the ab-
nakis language is seized, and placed
in harvard college library. 253.
letter to capt moody. 258. papers
relating to his inciting indians
an intercepted letter from, detailing
the war of norridgewock indians
tionary of the abnaki language re-
x. 123. 141.
john. ii. 13.