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Willard, josiah, secretary of massachu massachusetts, requesting their
setts. iy. 136. viii. 267.

good offices. 348. governour of
Willard, rey dr. john. iji. 104.

rhode island and providence ; pub-
Willard, rev. dr. joseph, tutor. i. lishes against the quakers. 350.
231. president. iv. 149.

makes peace with the dutch and in-
Willard, rev. joseph, of wilbraham. dians. 442. 461. 463. deposi-

üi. 104. and of lancaster, new tion. vii. 75. beloved by cononi.
hampshire. 104.

cus and others. 75. 76. 93. and
Willet, thomas. iv. 100. 293.

gov. Winthrop, obtain providence
William iii. his liberality of sentiment. and other lands from cononicus and
ji. 211.

others. 76. P. 4. sworn

a free.
William, the ship, arrives at ply man of massachusetts. P. 29.

mouth and scituate, iv. 219. vii. P. tice of; arrives in 1631. P. 47.
85.

48. 70. his letter to gov. s. brad-
William and francis, ship. v. 129. street, concerning a book he was
arrives. 132. vii. P. 10. 61.

about to publish, and an answer to
William and jane, ship arrives, with gorton, which he had relinquished.
passengers and cows. vii. P. 88.

viii. 196. 198. arrives; minister at
Williams, rev. roger, of salem. i. 196. salem ; removes to plymouth, and

baptized. 209. v. 116. 164. a back to salem. ix. 168. banished,
rigid separatist. 165. causes dis and removes to seaconk; warned
turbance in massachusetts, 166. to depart by plymouth colony ;
in 1634. 202. arrives. 202. goes to moshasuck; his grant there
sketch of; writes the “ bloody te froni cononicus. 169. settles with
nent;” refuses to join the church twelve persons; names providence,
in boston ; goes to salem; goes to and forms a church there. 170.
plymouth; remains two years as extremely poor. 171. purchases
an assistant to rev. ralph smith. a large tract of land of cononicus.
203. returns to salem. 204. dif. 172. obtains a grant of rhode
ficulties there by his singular opin island from mr. coddington and
ions. 205. 207. persuades people others. 180. his “key unto the
to cut the cross from the king's languages of america,”. quoted.
colours. 205. maintains that it is 231. 237. acquainted with the in-
unlawful for an unregenerate man dian languages. 177. his original
to pray, or to hear a minister of the

government for providence. 183.
church of england, and that magis sent agent to england to procure a
trates must not meddle with mat patent for rhode island and provi-
ters of the first table. 206. vii. dence. 184. introduces liberty
P. 26. banished. v. 207.

re. of conscience into rhode island.
moves to providence ; becomes an 190. letter to providence about
anabaptist. 207. turns seeker. freedom. 191. quoted. 193
208. admonished by the boston 195. forms congregational
church. 208.

opposes quakers. church, which soon becomes bap-
209. cause of his banishment. tist. 196. his key, &c. referred
209. preaches against the patent. to. x. 111, et post. 139.
210. denies lawfulness of taking Williams, francis, at pascalaqua. v.
land from indians. 210. refuses 89. sent over to take charge of salt
to take oath of fidelity. 211. 250. works at pascataqua, becomes gov-
251. 253. plants providence. vi. ernour there. 219. 220.
335. is rebaptized by holman, who Williams, thomas, his ferry at winne-
is rebaptized by Williams. 338. simet; his charges. vii. P. 29.
sick of his second baptism. 339. Williams, robert. ix. 170.
refuses to commune, except with Williams, john, of scituate. iv. 239.
his wife ; deserted by some of his Williams,

of dorchester. vi.
followers. 340. letter from the

423,
duke of northumberland and others Williams, thomas. iii. 184. 185.
to the governour and assistants of Williams, providence, said to be the

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first child born at providence. ix. rev. john wilson.] ii. 59. vii. 56.
174.

brother of rev. j. wilson ; mistake
Williams, thomas, of taunton. vii. about his gift of £1000 to massachu-
162.

setts, corrected. P. 39. an account
Williams, isaac. viii. 106.

of a part of his gift of amniunition
Williams, rev. john, of deerfield. iii. to mass. viii. 228. 229.
281.

Wilson, rev. john, of boston, first
Williams, nathaniel, his dissertation minister. ii. 88. 171. kindness to

on the small pox. i. 107. dies. 107. indians. iii. 127. goes to england
Williams, rev. warham, of waltham. and returns. 130. 131. 285. iv.
jj. 273. 280. 281.

45. 156. of sudbury in england.
Williams, rev. abraham, of sandwich. 133. 135. 140. appoints gov.
iii. 15.

winthrop and deputy gov. dudley to
Williams, leonard. iii. 269.

prophesy during his absence. 140.
Williams, rev. ebenezer, of falmouth. 168. 171. 180. vii, P. 25. ordina-
iv. 180.

tion in england considered valid. v.
Williams, rev. samuel. iii. 269.

185. 190. religious opinions. 289.
Williams, rev. simon, of windham, speech about religious differences in
new hampshire. iv. 78.

the churches. 290. 291. meets with
Williams, col. iy. 211.

opposition. 291.

visits sagamore
Williams, william-t. esq. x. 192. john in his last sickness, and takes
Williamson,

viii. 156.

home his child. 651. sermon on
Willis, richard. vii. 152.

the power of magistrates in ecclesi-
Willis, william, of scituate. iv. 240. astical matters. 536. dies ; cha-
247.

racter. 604. vii. 28. 41. 128. P.
Willis, john. vii. P. 69.

4. 5. 6. object of his going to eng-
Willis, henry. vii. 152.

land. P. 38. mistake about his
Willis, nathaniel. vii. 138. 147. 149. arrival corrected. P. 39.

son of
152. 157.

dr. w. wilson, prebendary of st.
Willis, john. vii. 138. 144. 147. 149. paul's, etc.; nephew of archbishop
150. 152. 157. 159. 163.

grindall. P. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45.
Willis, lawrence. vii. 152.

returns from england. P. 61. sworn
Willis, john. vii. 149. 150. 157.

à freeman. P. 63. his meeting-
Willis, john. vii. 169.

house and home begun at boston
Willis, elkanah. 'vii. 149.

by a subscription of £120 in the
Willis, comfort. vii. 149. town troop congregation of boston and charles-
er; his manuscript. 157.

town. P. 65. 66. 69. goes on foot
Willis, benjamin. vii. 149. 157. 161. to plymouth with gov. Winthrop. P.
169.

70. 71. formerly teacher, is or-
Willis, rev. eliakim. ii. 46. of mal dained pastor of boston church. P.

den, donation of his parish to bos 73. instructs indians. vii. 29. 98.
ton. ix. 161.

229.
Willis, rev. zephaniah, of kingston. Wilson, theophilus. viii. 107.
iii. 212. 213. vii. 152. 170.

Wilson, sarah, her confessions. iii.
Willis,
iv. 260.

221. 224.
Willis' pond. iv. 55.

Wilson, rev. john, of chester, new
Willoughby, francis, his conversation hampshire. iv. 78. ix. 368.

with dr. childs. vi. 518. deputy Wilson, james. x. 176.
governour. 581. 591. viii. 88. 97. Wilson, capt. jonathan. vii. 46.
98. 99.

Wilson, jason. viii. 46.
of boston. ii. 103. Wilson, jabez. viii. 46.
Willys, lieut. edward. viii. 44. Wilson, thomas. viii. 46.
Wilmot, new hampshire, incorporated. Wilson, lucy. X. 180.
viii. 175.

Wilson, hubbard. jii. 103.
Wilson, dr. gives £1000 for the pur- Wilton, davis. viii. 231.

chase of artillery for new england. Wilton, new hampshire, its ministers
[but judge davis—i. (xxix.) -says and church. viii. 177.

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P. 64,

Winchester, john. ii. 144. 146. Winnicot mills iv. 191.
Winchester, josiah. ii. 144.

Winnisimet. vi. 531. its tax for the
Winchester, henry. ii. 144.

support of ministers. vii. P. 6. its
Winchester, josiah, jun. ii. 144. tax. P.31. 57. 60. viii. 230. ferry,
Winchester, john, jun. ii. 144. its charges. vii. P. 29.
Winchester, elhanan, notice of. ii. Winnytuckquett. vii. 137.
147.

Winslow, edward. i. 108.

govern-
Winchester, rev. jonathan, of ashburn. our of plymouth colony. 170. ii.
harn. ii. 157.

67. relation, quoted. iij. 81. 177.
Winchester, 'rev. elhanan, jun. his 180. 184. iv. 87. 92. hypocri-

writings and character. ii. 147. sie unmasked,” referred to. 107.
Winchester, isaac. ii. 158.

book against s. gorton. 116. 118.
Winchester,

ii. 142.

120. agent for plymouth to eng-
Winchester, new hampshire, its minis land. v. 91. brings the first cattle
ters and churches. ix. 367.

to plymouth. 67. 73. 94. 100. 168.
Wincob, john, plymouth patent from 179. vi. 661. goes to england to

the virginia company made in his answer complaints of morton and
name.

gardiner. 662. commissioner. 467.
· Windmill, the first at scituate. iv. publishes in england the “salaman-

224. at boston, corn sent to be der,” in favour of massachusetts.
ground at, from pascataqua. vii. P. 502.517. hearing before the lords
70.

commissioners. 507. vii. 117. ar-
Windmill hill, in boston.

v. 196.

rives. P 61. sent to england to
Windebank,

secretary. take the place of mr. allerton, who
151. 153. a papist. P. 80.

had been discharged for breach of
Windows, at plymouth, made of paper orders.

66 corrections."
dipped in linseed oil. ix. 63.

P. 83. comes to boston about a
Windsor, connecticut, or mattaneaug, company to trade at connecticut.

cufchankamaug, settled. P. 94. sent to england. viii. 7.
307. a trading house of plymouth ix. 38. letter from plymouth, de-
people at. vii. P. 95. settled. viii. scribing the first harvest, and advis-
122.

ing new comers what to bring. 60.
Wine, duty on; imported into boston probably the author of the journey
in great quantities. vi. 520.

to packanokik. 73. his good news
Wine islands, early trade with massa from new england, or relation of
chusetts. v. 239.

things remarkable in the plantation
Winebago lake, ii. 10.

of plymouth. 74. 79. x. 59. an
Winebago indians. ii. 9. 10. 13. their agent to treat with massachusetts
ferocity and number. 10.

about union of four colonies. 61. 62.
Wing, john. iy. 259. 302.

65. 66. 68. 69,
Wing,
iv. 260.

Winslow, john. iji. 174. iv. 93. vii.
Wingate, rev. paine, of hampton falls, 153. viii. 105.
new hampshire. iv. 78.

Winslow, josiah, governour of ply-
Wingate, joshua. iv. 169.

mouth. vi. 556. 664. vii. 143. 144.
Winipie lake. ii. 11. 38. 40. 42. 44. 162. 190, (prince's advertisement.)
Winipiseogee river. ii. 100.

x. 2. his funeral at publick ex-
Winipiseogee lake. iii. 110. 115.

its trout and islands. 118. iv. Winslow, kenelm. iv. 259.
128.

Winslow, susanna. vii. 153.
Winna, its meaning. iv. 275. Winslow, mercy. vii. 155.
Winnatuckset brook. iv. 268. 275. Winslow, hon. isaac. iii. 180. vii.
Winnatuxet brook. iv. 280.

165.
Winnatuxet meadows. iv. 284. Winslow, job. iv. 259. 260.
Winnetuxet. vii. 172.

Winslow, gen. john, of marshfield. iii.
Winniconet, or hampton, planted. v. 177. 180. iv. 284.
242.

Winslow, isaac. i. 214.
Winnicot river. iy. 190.

Winslow, edward, jun. jji. 176.

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Winslow, madam sarah, formerly sa-

rah tyng, her donation. iv. 196.

198.
Winslow, gen. john, of boston. ij. 186.
Winslow, richard. viii. 115.
Winslow,

iv. 260, 294.
Winston, rev. --

vii. P. 12.
Winter, severe in 1632 ii. 165.

cold in massachusetts. iii. 130. in
new england. v. 20. vii. 33. late
in 1630.

severe in missi.
sippi valley. vii. 64. of 1030, sets
in very cold. P.7. very severe in

massachusetts. P. 75. 76.
Winter bill. ji. 163.
Winter,

v. 224.
Winter, john. iv. 241.
Winter harbour. v. 16. vi. 642.
Winthrop, adam, ancestor of the fa-

mily. vii. P. 11.
Winthrop, adam, a lawyer in the time

of henry viii. vii. P. 11. his
brother has committed to him the
papers of philpot the martyr, in the

time of queen mary. vii. P. 11.
Winthrop, adam, father of first gov.

john. vii. P. 11.
Winthrop, john, governour of massa-

chusetts i. (xxii. xxix.) his jour-
nal referred to. (xxix.) 169. ii.
260. first governour of massachu.
setts. 87. grants an order to ro-
bert keine and others. 185.
rives at charlestown. 164. ii.
66. kindness to indians. 127. 128.
132. journal quoted. 175. de-
puty governour. iv. 1. govern-

21. 110. 126. 155. 157. 169.
letter frorn william white. 198.
200. manuscript journal discover-
ed. 200. 201. 203. plan of water-
town. iii. 266. 268. v. 8. 109.
chosen governour of massachusetts
colony on board the arbella at south-
ampton. 124. his farewell. 125.
128. arrives in the arbella at sa-
lem. 130. goes in search of a
place of settlement. 131.
to boston. 133. 134.

builds a
house in boston. 136. 140. goes
to watertown to settle disputes.
143. 148. 149. letter to gov. w.
bradford about sir c. gardiner. 150.
168. vij. P. 27. letter of congra-
tulation from earl warwick. v. 169.
builds the bark “ blessing of the
bay.171. deputy governour.

233.

governour. 236. 237. 259.
removes the evils caused by sir h.

236. presented with £200
by the church of boston. 261. At
tention paid to him in his journeys.
261. ordered to send home the
charter of new england to england.
268. which he declines. 269. 271.
religious opinions. 289. govern-
our. vi. 372. 373. 499. 518. de.
puty governour. 374. troubled by
hingham men. 374. writes to lord
say. 377.

opposes the claim of
the deputies to judicial authority ;
treatise on arbitrary government.
701. president of the commission-
ers of the united colonies. 462.
letter to, from r. barton, in behalf
of gorton's company at shaomet.
511. denies right of appeal to eng-
land. 514. dies; notice of. 519.
governour. vii. 12. 16. 35, 44.
deputy governour. 51. and roger
williams, obtain providence and
other lands from cononicus and
others. 76. 125. 126. magistrate
of massachusetts. 129.
script journal found in old south
steeple. 184.

first governour of
massachusetts; with the colony of
the isle of Wight; his manuscript ;
his place of residence in boston.
190. with the colony of 1500 peo-
ple at the isle of wight. (prince's
advertisement.) P. 1. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8.
20. 23. 23. one of the five under-
takers. P. 2 removes to boston.
P. 6. notice of; a lawyer; a justice
of peace in england at eighteen
years of age ; his estate ; first mem-
ber of the church in charlestown
and boston. P. 11. 12. 21. 23. 24.
25. 26. 27. 30. appointed to pro-
phesy in boston. P. 25. chosen
governour by general court of mas-
sachusetts. P. 28. 30. 31. 32. 34.
35. launches his bark, the “ bless-
ing of the bay,” on the 4th of july,
1631. P. 31. builds at newtown,
but removes back to boston, which
produces uneasiness in some. P.
36. 37. loses a child ; his wife ar.
rives in massachusetts. P. 37. goes,
with others, to watertown, to settle
church difficulties. P. 31.

de-
clines to receive presents, though he
receives no salary. P. 47. 59. 60.

ar-

our.

removes

x. 27.

X.

sors.

61. 63. 64. 65. with the assistants, Winthrop, wait. viii. 181. 182.
summons watertown people for their Winthrop, adam. jii. 261. X. 26.
refusal to pay taxes. P. 57. re- Winthrop, adam.
ceives a grant of conant's island, Winthrop, professor john. viii. 277.
or governour's garden. P. 58. takes 313.

x. 77. 79.
order about the apprehension and Winthrop, james, judge. viii. 277.
trial of the murderers of walter bag x. 57. biography of. 77.
nal. P. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 72. 73. Winthrop, william, of cambridge. ii.
reconciled to deputy gov. dudley. 177. viii. 265. X. 191.
P. 66. visits plymouth. P. 70.71. Winyaw. ii. 168.
84. 85. 86. visits nantasket, and Wippanaps indians. ii. 66.
resolves not to fortify there ; acci. Wise, rev. john, first minister of che-
dent at. P. 84. loss by the wreck bacco (ipswich) author of a book
of capt. pierce's ship. P. 87. be, on the new england churches. viii.
with massachusetts government, are

166.
discharged from the accusations of Wise, henry. viii. 166.
gorges, gardiner and others, and Wiswall, rev. ichabod. ii. 190. 221.
commended by sir t. jermin. P. 89. iv. 84. 86. agent in england.
his letter to gov. bradford. P. 89. 68.
90. 91. 92. 93. grant of £100 made Wiswall, rev. samuel, of edgartown.
to, for charges of office. P. 93. iii. 71.
viii. 1. 6. 11. 14. dies. 16. 228. 229). Wiswall, peleg, instructer. i. 230.
234. ix. 168. 200. x. 70, 77. 173. Wiswall, noah. viii. 46.
his letter from henry dunster about Witch, one rocks a vessel twelve hours
harvard college. 187.

in charlestown harbour. vi. 531.
Winthrop, inrs. iv. 77. wife of gov one capitally punished. 530.

ernour winthrop of massachusetts, Witchcraft, recantations of its confes-
arrives. vii. P. 27.

ni. 221. punished by death
Winthrop, john, first governour of in rhode island. vii. 79. detec-

connecticut. iv. 156. 199. sent by tion of. x. 6.
the court to plant ipswich. v. 161. Withington, rev. ebenezer, of plymp-
goes to england. 180. arrives ton. iv. 270.
with power from lords say and Wobsacuck, its meaning. ix. 92.
brook to settle and govern connec- Woburn, settled by charlestown peo-
ticut, which he begins. 177. 178. ple; church gathered at. vi. 408.
goes agent to england and obtains 23d church gathered at. vii. 38.
a charter for connecticut. vi. 310. 51. form of its church covenant.
311. arrives in massachusetts. vii. 41.
P. 37. sworn a freeman of massa- Woenuncke, its meaning. iv. 275.
chusetts. P. 58. assistant. P. 60. Wolaston, capt. owner of mount wo.
61. 63. 65. 66. 68. 72. 91. 92. first laston, afterwards braintree. v. 102.
governour of connecticut. P. 69. vii. 24. See mount wolaston.
begins the plantation of agawam Wolcot, henry. vii. P. 4.
with twelve men. P. 84. 86. as- Wolf river. ji. 34.
sistant. P. 85. 93. his letter from Wolf traps. iii. 184.
sir richard saltonstall. viii. 42. Wolfe, gen. ji. 237. anecdote of.
correspondent and friend of sir iii. 192. 193.
robert boyle. 49. agent in eng- Wolfe's cove. ii. 237.
land. 56. advice about invasion Wolves, numerous in massachusetts:
of nova scotia, 101.

vii. P. 6. 9. reward offered for
Winthrop, stephen. iv. 77. recorder. killing. P. 6.

viii. 232. distress
vi. 491.

the inhabitants of plymouth. iii.
Winthrop, henry, arrives in the talbot; 184.
drowned the day after.

v. 131.

Women, to wear veils at salem, under
Winthrop, william. vii. P. 66.

penalty of noncommunion. v. 117.
Winthrop, fitz-john, governour of con exercise their gifts in boston. 304.
necticut. iv. 161.

Wompanoog indians. v. 32.

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