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Wompatuck, josiah, sachem of matta-, Woodward, mary, ber gift of church
keeset. iy. 222.

plate to brook line. ii. 154.
Wompissacuck, its meaning. iv. 275. Woodward, jane. X. 180.
Wompompeag not made by indians Woodworth, walter. iv. 239.

of nantucket. iii. 35. See wam Woodworth, benjamin. iv. 229.
pampeag.

Woollen cloth ordered by general
Wonasquam, indian town, account of. court of massachusetts to be manu.
ii. 122.

factured. v. 238.
Woncenquag, its meaning. iv. 275. Woolman, john, writes against slavery.
Wonder-working providence, by ed viii. 188. 190. 191.
ward johnson, referred to. i. (xxv. Woolrich,

viji. 231.
xxx.) reprinted. ii. 49. 95. iii. Woosamequen, or massasoit, chief
123. 161. iv. 1. 51. vii. 1. 58. sachem of the wompanoogs. v. 33.
viii. 1. 39.

or ousamequin. vii. 140.
Wood's “new england prospect,” re- Wooster, col. david, his letter to j.
ferred to. iv. 296. x. 175.

trumbull about new haven. ij.
Wood, henry. iv. 277.

217.
Wood, stephen. iv. 277.

Worcester, rev. noah. ji. 108.
Wood, anthony. i. 163. 164. his 112.

letter to rev. dr. i. mather. vii. Worcester, rev. thomas, of salisbury,
187.

new hampshire. iii. 108. 112. viši.
Wood, anthony, of ipswich. viii. 178.
108.

Worcester turnpike. i. 180.
Wood, rev. abraham, of chesterfield, Worcester county, history of, referred
new hampshire. iv. 60.

to. vii. 178.
Wood, rev. dr. samnel, of boscawen, Worms destroy corn in massachusetts
new hampshire. ii. 112. x. 73.

in 1632. vii. P. 65.
75. 76.

Wormskild, a danish naturalist iv.
Wood, nathan, and co

98.
grist mill at middlebury, vermont. Worstenhouse, sir john, one of the
ix. 127.

virginia company. v. 47.
Wood, price of, at martha's vineyard. Worth, capt. iii. 167.
iii. 53.

Worth,

iii. 66.
Wood's hole. iii. 75. iv. 252.

Woster, rev.

vii. 18.
Woodale, william. ix. 182.

iv. 89.
Woodberry, john, at naumkeag. v.Wright, nathaniel, assistant.

V. 121.
107. 109.

viij. 97.
Woodbridge, rev. john, of andover. Wright, richard. vii. P. 60. his
iv. 138. viii. 14. vi. 416.

pinnace blown up. v. 195. vii. P.
Woodbridge, john. viii. 106.
Woodbridge, benjamin. viii. 106. Wright, capt. viii. 157.
Woodbridge, rev. timothy. ii. 128. Wright, abigail. . 177.
Woodbridge, col. iii. 237.

Wright,

iv. 284.
Woodbury. samuel. viii. 46.

Wroth, sir thomas, a patentee of new
Woodcock, william. viii. 105.

england. v. 217.
Woodham, john. viii. 107.

Wuckan. ii. 10.
Woodman, rev. joseph, of sanbornton, Wutohkekum, its meaning. x. 174.
new bampshire. iii. 112.

Wuttatash, its meaning.- x. 174.
Woodmansey, john. viii. 105. Wuttatashmuit, its meaning. x. 174.
Woods, rev. dr. leonard. ii. 186. Wyandots indians. ii. 3. 6. 12. mis-
Woodstock. iii. 178.

sion to receive an annuity from
Woodville, george. i. 121.

united states. 4. iv. 68.
Woodward, edward. viii, 107. Wyer, peter, clerk of the writs at
Woodward, thomas. ii. 144.

york. vi. 596.
Woodw
capt. viii, 157.

Wyer, david. ii. 178.
Woodward, thomas, his gift of church Wyman, capt. ii. 146.
plate to brookline. ii. 154.

Wyman, seth. ii. 176. 180.

any, their

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Wyman, capt. nehemiah. ii. 180. York, archbishop of.

v. 153.
Wywatick creek. iij. 44. 45.

York, duke of. i. 140. obtains a

grant of new york, martha's vine-
Y.

yard, nantucket, and other islands.

jii. 85.
York,

of boston. ii. 104.
Yale college, difficulties at, on

124.
count of the episcopal controversy. Yorkshire, former name of province
ji. 137. hoped to be sound in doc-

of maine. vi. 584.
trine in case of a change in our Yorktown, siege of

. ii. 245. iv. 96.
mother harvard ; “groans out icha-Yorktown, or york, maine.
bod." 297.

V. 153.
Yanktons indians, their residence,

Young, sir john, subscribes £50 for

massachusetts colony. 122.
number and warriours. ii. 140.

viii. 97.
their horses. 41.
Yarmouth. vii. 13.

Young, welcome. vii. 170.
Yates, j. van ness, esą.

X. 192.
Yattasies indians, their residence and

Z.
numbers. ii. 24.
Yazoos indians. ii. 15.

Zane, sally. viii. 185.
Yazon river. ii. 16.

Zane, isaac. viii. 186.
Yeardley, capt. ix. 111.

Zane, robert, disowned by the
Yearly, sir george. ix. 114.

“ friends " for opposing slavery.
Yellow fever among indians. iii. 91. viii. 186.
Yellow medicine river. ii. 41. Zanesville. ii. 4.
Yellow stone river. ii. 36.

Zeisberger, rev.

referred to
Yoghum, capt. x. 85.

x. 104, et post.
York, or agamenticus, comes under Zeno, a negro.

jurisdiction of massachusetts. vi. Zion's saviour, wonder-working pro-
543. order and declaration of vidence of. See sion's saviour,
massachusetts general court for the &c.
government. 594. court of com- Zouche, lord, a patentee of new eng-
missioners meet with difficulty at ; land.

V. 217.
men there refuse obedience to mas- Zouche, sir edward, a patentee of
sachusetts' commissioners. 597. new england. v. 217.
indian murders at. 631. 633.

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CORRESPONDING SECRETARIES.

5th Volume.

John Eliot,
Abiel Holmes,

1813.

1813. Abiel Holmes,

Joseph Mac-kean,

6th Volume. RECORDING SECRETARIES.

Abiel Holmes, Joseph Mac-kean,

1818.

Joseph Mac-kean. Charles Lowell, 1818.

7th Volume. LIBRARIANS.

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1814. Abiel Holmes, James Savage,

1814–1818. Joseph Mac-kean, Nathaniel G. Snelling, 1818–1821. William Tudor. Elisha Clap,

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MEMBERS DECEASED SINCE THE PUBLICATION OF THE

FIRST SERIES.

RESIDENT MEMBERS.

CORRESPONDING MEMBERS.

Josiah Bartlett, M. D.
Rev. William Bentley, D. D.
Rev. Joseph S. Buckminster.
Rev. John Eliot, D. D.
Rev. William Emerson.
Caleb Gannett, Esq.
Hon. Benjamin Lincoln.
Professor Mac-kean.
Rev. Stephen Palmer.
Eben Parsons, Esq.
Professor Peck.
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Isaac Rand, M. D.
Hon. Caleb Strong.
Hon. Joshua Thomas.
Hon. William Tudor.
Rev. Peter Whitney.
John Williams, Esq.
Hon. James Winthrop.

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Elias Boudinot, LL. D.
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Professor Ebeling:
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Rev. David Mac-clure.
David Ramsay, M. D.
Benjamin Count Rumford.
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ERROURS CORRECTED.

XLII.

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p. Reyner. p. 90. in the list of school92. 1. 17. for M. r. At. p. 94. 1. 7. masters, after 1713, add as followsfor How's, r. Howe's. p. 95. ). 4. r.

1717 Samuel Osborn Tracy. p. 108. 1. 24. r. Gelston.

18 Ichabod Wiswall p. 170. 1. 9. strike out the comma

19 Nathan Prince after Morton, and insert it after days.

21 Edward Jackson r. children. p. 171. 1. 13. for towards,

30 Isaac Lothrop, jun. 5. touching. p. 174. 1. 19. for primer, r. firmer. p. 181. I. 14. for 1400, r.

33 Joseph Kent 14000.

p. 91. Note, 1. 10. from b. r. Rickard.

p. 95. Note, 1. 4. from. b. for time, r'. Vol. II. p. 107. 1. 4. from b. for 1630, town. p. 98. 1. 21. r. Ezcholz. p. r. 1636.

p. 281. 1. 14. from b. for 103, 1. 2. from b. for addition, r. ediFebruary, r. June.

tion. p. 149. 1. 4. from b. for the late

President Willard. Rev. Joseph Vol. III. p. 32. 1. 11. r. there are. Willard, afterwards settled at Boxp. 173. 1. 27. for the, r. we. p. 243. boro'. p. 155. 1. 7. from b. for 1630.

r. 1631. p. 157. 1. 4. from. b. for

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for , .

p. 267. 1.

Morris, r. Norris. p. 235. beginning conceive. p. 502. 1. last, for had, r. at l. 12. from b. read as follows held.

p.

503. 1. 23. for vanity, 1. daRev. William Wetherell, Sept. 1645, rietyir, P: 504.1. 5, for our, ř. your. died 9 April, 1684.

p. 505. 1. 5. for despised, r. dashed. Thomas Mighill, 15 Oct. 1684, p. 506. 1, 5. for difference, 1. distance. died 26 Aug. 1689.

p. 509. 1. 3, for next neighbours, r. Deodat Lawson, Nov. 1694, humble request. p. 618. 1. 7. from b.

just rights. p. 511. 1. 9. from b. r. dismissed Sept. 1698.

for 1676. r. 1670. There are many p. 240. 1. 7. from b. and. p. 247. 1. 4. other errours, of names and dates, in from b. for Willis, r. Wills. p. 251. Hubbard's History ; but they are Note, 1. 3. from b. for Charles' Neck, omitted, because it may be they were r. Great Neck. p. 252. 1. 23. for 8000 in his original manuscript, as well as r. 3000. p. 253. 1. 2. r. Ram Island, in the copy, from which our impresp. 255. Note, r. Richard Sparrow. sion was taken. p. 264. I. 25. r. Sept. 23. 3. from b. r. pertained. p. 268. I. Vol. VII. p. 117. Note, 1. 4. from b. 20. for three, r. there. p. 274. 1. 6. for Marshfield, r. Mansfield. p. 119. from b. r. north-cast. p. 275. 1. 7. r. 1. 18. for Pembroke, r. Hanover. p. Aunkuck. p. 277. l. 2. for Burrows, 138. 1. 11. for Frisk, r. Irish. r. Barrows. 1. 11. from b. r. to Tiverton. p. 284. I. 15. for was, r. were. Vol. VIII. p. 182. 1. 6. and 7. p. 288. 1. 12. for the Vineyard, r. Daniel Smith and Nathaniel Clarke Harwich. p. 290. l. 4. for families, were of Plymouth colony. r. houses. p. 292. 1. 1. for Wantoo, r. Wuttoo. 1. 2. from b. for Rowland, Vol. IX. p. 61. I. 2. from b. of the r. Roland.

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p. r. Tabtschi.

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245.

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