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Greenland, or karalit language is spo- | Gurnet, the. jii. 180. 182. hill. 1 iii.
ken in asia. ix. 233.

189. 204. fort. iii. 197.
Greenleaf, benjamin. iv. 169. '
Greenleaf, lieut. vii. 55.

Gurney, rev. david, of middleborough.
Greenough, rev. williarn, of newtown. vii. 167. 170.
ii. 152.

Gustavus, king of sweden, lands in
Greenough, ebenezer. iv. 169.

pomerania. vii. P. 17.
Greenough, nathaniel. vii. 135. count of his war in germany, in
Greensmith,

punished for mis- 1631. vii. P. 54. 55. 56. killed,
representing the opinions of minis- to the great regret of protestants.
ters.
V. 294..

vii. P. 81.
Greenville, sir richard, his colony. Guy, edwin.

y. 9.
Griffin, hon. cyrus, commissioner to

H.
creek indians. iii. 249.
Griffin, ship, arrives frorn england Habeas corpus, proceedings about in
with 200 passengers.

i. 169. v. massachusetts, 1707. viii. 240
169. brings a part of mr. wilson's 242.
gift of ammunition to massachu. Haddington, viscount, a patentee of
setts. viii. 228.

new england. v. 217.
Griffith, george.

Hadley, samuel. viii. 45.
Griggs,
ii. 142.

Hadley, thomas. viii. 45.
Grigson, thomas, magistrate of new Hadley, town. iii. 247. settled in

haven, goes to england for a patent consequence of difficulties in the
for new haven. vi. 321. is drowned. churches of hartford, etc. vi. 316.
32:2. 466.

543.
Grimes,
iii. 183.

Hadleys, a harbour. iii. 75.
Grindall,
viii. 112.

Hagar, uriah. ii. 269.
Griswold, bishop. vii. 167.

Hagar, a domestick, saves two of rev.
Grose's antiquities. iii. 183.

mr. rolfe's children. iv. 131.
Gross venters indians. See fall in- Hagley. ii. 169.
dians. ii. 41.

Haines, john. See haynes.
Grosvenor, rev. ebenezer, of scituate. Haldimand, general. iv. 213.
iv. 233. 234.

Hale, rubert. vii. P. 69.
Groton, massachusetts, settled. . vi. Hale, thomas, sen. viii. 106.
5.15.

Hale, moses. iv. 90. 91. 142.
Grubb, william. ji. 238.

Hale, rev. moses, of chester, new
Grubbendunk, a great officer in belgia. hampshire. ix. 368.
viii. 135.

Hale, deborough. x. 177.
Grunter, description of. iii. 56. Hale, nathan, esq.

x. 191.
Gryse, dr. ii. 187.

Hales,

-, goes to rhode island.
Guadaloupe river. ii. 25.

vi. 340. become a disciple of mrs.
Guard, theodore de la.

hutchinson. 341.
Guardians of mashpee indians. iii. Halfway pond. jii. 164. 175. 200.

iv. 287.
Guilford, connecticut, settled. vi. Halifax, lord. i. (xxviii.)
319.

Halifax, massachusetts, soil and busi.
Gulf of st. lawrence. ii. 11.

iii. 164. notes on; incor-
Gull island. jii. 78.

poration and mills. iv. 279. 281.
Guns for training, not to be charged rivers, brooks and ponds. 280.
with bullets, except in certain iron ore; houses and families ;

vii. 63. not to fired at longevity of inhabitants. 281.
night. vii. P. 26. not to be sold church history. 282.
to indians. vii. P. 1.

Halket, col. sir peter, killed at brad.
Gurdon, john. vi. 349.

dock's defeat. viii. 154. 156.
Gurdy, hannah.

Halket, francis, major of brigade.
Gurling,
v. 162.

viii. 156.

v. 155.

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ness.

cases.

x. 177..

v. 170.

ant.

v. 13.

comes

Halket, lieut. viii. 156.

Hancock, mary. vii. 163.
Hall, goodwife. . 69.

Handelian musical society at amherst,
Hall, edward. vii. 138.

new hampshire. ii, 249.
Hall, samuel.

Handmaid arrives at plymouth, dis-
Hall, judah. iii. 208.

masted, with passengers, and cows.
Hall,
jii. 17.

vii. P. 5. 10. master comes to bos-
Hall, rev. avery, of rochester, new ton. P. 6.
hampshire. iv. 78.

Hanes, midshipman. viii. 156.
Hall, deacon nathan.

x. 177.
Hanmore,

iv. 241.
Hall, dorothy. x. 178.

Hansard, capt. viii. 156.
Hall, rev. thomas, of leghorn. viii. Hansford taken by beverley, and exe-
167.

cuted. i. 62.
Hall, deacon moses. ii. 172.

Harden, or harding. xii. 151.
Hall, professor f. his statistical ac- Harden, nathaniel. vii. 165.
count of middlebury, vermont. ix. Hardine,

vi. 343.
123.

Harding, or harden. vii. 151.
Hall, moses, instructer. ii. 180. Hardwick, purchased of indians. i.
Haller. i. 108.

180.
Hallock, rev. moses, of plainfield. Hard-wood, a place on st. peter's river.
viii. 171.

ii. 41.
Hamilton, or ipswich hamlet. vii. Hardy, thomas. vii. P. 86.
120.

Hare indians. ij. 43.
Hamilton, marquis, a patentee of new Harlackenden, roger, leader of the

england. v. 217. bis grant of a military. iii. 148. v. 177. assist-
part of connecticut. vi. 309. sent

v. 133. mistake about. vii.
with troops to germany. vii. P. 55. P. 39.
Hamilton, capt. viii. 157.

Harley, robert. vi. 349.
Hamilton, lieut. iv. 219.

Harlow, capt. edward.
Hamilton, duke, executed. iv. 157. to new england ; seizes indians.
Hamilton, dr. i. 138.

37. attacked by indians. 37. 38.
Harlin,
iv. 260.

carries five indians to england.
Hammond, thomas, a patentee of new 38.
england. v. 217.

Harlston, richard, capt. of the jewel.
Hammond, john. iv. 259.

v. 129.
Hammond, samuel. iv. 2:59. 260. Harnon, capt. with troops, kills father
Hammond, thomas. iv. 261.

ralle. viii. 245.
Hammond,
iv. 260. 277. 294. Harmon's journal, quoted.

X. 131.
Hampden, john, a friend to massa- 145.

chusetts. i. (xxvii.) iv. 158. Harones indians. viii, 246. 247.
Hampton, rev. ; persecuted by Harraseekit, indian name of freeport.
lord cornbury. i. 146.

iv. 179.
Hampton, new hampshire, settled. Harrington, i. (xiv.)

v. 174. 236. or winnicowet, plant- Harrington, rev. timothy, of lancaster.
ed. 242. dispute about title to. iii. 269. vii. 163.
242. contentions in. vi. 412. Harrington, mrs. mary. iii. 271.
413. in the county of northfolk, be. Harrington, jonathan. viii. 45.
ing 17th church gathered. vii. 17. Harrington, caleb. viii. 45.
longevity in. x. 181. indian bar. Harris, william. vii. 98. ix. 170.
barities at. vi. 33.

182.
Hanbury, iii. 164. 184. iv. 249. Harris, arthur. vii. 138. 147. 149. 150.
Hanbury, william. iv. 100.

153. 155.
Hanchet, capt. ii. 233.

Harris, thomas. viii. 107.
Hancock, john, governour.

ii. 46. Harris surprised by beverley. i.
vii. 163. X. 29.

67.
Hancock, rev. nathaniel, of tisbury. Harris, isaac. vii. 149. 150. 157.
iii. 74.

Harris, benjamin, printer. iv. 104.
Hancock,
iii. 66.

Harris, capt. josiah. ii. 175.

X. 37.

X. 37.

X.

or

Harris, capt. william. ii. 175.

colonies grant; privileges granted.
Harris, dr. his note on jamaica. iii. vii. 16. 27. 28. 29. 168. state
285.

in 1665; indians educating there,
Harris, rev. dr. thaddeus-mason, of etc. viii. 65. 66. letter about.
dorchester. i. 148.

procures a x. 187. receipts from charlestown
copy of wonder-working provi- ferry in president dunster's time.
dence in england. ii. 49. 152. 178. 187.
account of dorchester quoted. iii. Harvest, the first at plymouth. ix.
72.

60.
Harris, rev. dr. William, of new york. Harvey, susan.

x. 178.
x. 192.

Harward, rev. thomas. i. 107.
Harris, william. vii. 140.

Harwood, george, of london, trea.
Harris, thomas. ii. 176. 179. 180. surer of massachusetts company.
Harris, luther. ii. 158.

v. 121. 138. vii. P. 9. viii. 228.
Harris,
ii. 142.

Hasanameset, or grafton. vi. 544.
Harrison, rev. ordered to quit Haselrig, sir arthur. i. (xxviii.) ix. ,

virginia. vi. 522. comes to new 185.
england. 523. settles in ireland. Haskell, john. iv. 259. 260.
527. viii. 31.

Haskell, major elnathan. iv. 261.
Harrison, capt. lieut. viii. 156.

37.
Hart, rev. john, of east guilford, con. Haskel's cove. iv. 260.

necticut, becomes an episcopalian. Hastings, rev. joseph-s. of northamp-
ii. 129. 131. iv. 298. 299.

ton, new hampshire, embraces san.
Hart, thomas. viii. 107.

demanianism. iv. 291.
Hart, capt. lieut. viii. 156.

Hatch, william, sen, an early settler
Hartford, connecticut, settlement. of scituate. iv. 78. 220. 229. 239.

iii. 151. church. iv. 1. 30. 243. vii. 147.
suckiaug, settled. vi. 307. diffi- Hatch, jeremiah. iv. 241.
culties in church. 315. settled. Hatch, walter. iv. 241.
viii. 122.

Hatch, colonel, of dorchester. iv. 131.
Hartwell, jonas. vii. 169.

Hatch, rev. nymphas, of tisbury. iii.
Harvard, rev. john, of charlestown, 74.

his donation to harvard college. i. Hatch's island. iv. 224.
(xxxi.) ii. 109. 171. 177: v. 237. Hatfield. iii. 247. attacked by in.
vii. 16. 28.

dians; its inhabitants killed and
Harvard college. i. 105. anatomi. captured. vi. 636. 637.
cal museum. 117. vote on the Hathaway,

iv. 260. 294.
death of rev. dr. eliot. 239. funds Hatherly, timothy. iv. 239. 241.
for missions to indians. ii. 47. founder of scituate. 220. 221. 224.
described by dunton. 107. 108. 225. 235. 241. v. 82. vii. 122. P:
iii. 137. a paper relating to. iv. 31. 34. 61. 64-corrections.
64. address of its fellows to go. Hathorne, william, his character. iv.
vernour dudley. iv. 65. vote of 24.

agent for massachusetts to
plymouth colony respecting. 85. d'aulney. vi. 494. 543. vii. 55.
v. 237. contributions in aid of. viii. 88. 98. 100. 110.
237. furnishes godley ministers. Hathorne, capt. lieutenant. viii.
237. difficulties at, about mr. 156.
eaton, its first instructer, who is re- Haugh. See hough.
moved. 247. its feoffees appoint- Hauxshaw, lieutenant. iv. 218.
ed, to consist of all the magistrates, Haven, elias. viii. 45.
and the elders of the six next ad- Haven, rev. thomas, of reading. viii.
joining churches. vi. 372. two 178. 179.
thousand acres of land given to. Haven, rev. samuel, of portsmouth.
vi. 555. contributions for erecting ii. 149. iv. 78.
new building. 610. established; Haven, rev. joseph, of rochester, new
description of buildings; £500 hampshire. ii. 104.
and charlestown ferry granted to; Haven, nathaniel-a. X. 192.
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Haven, mrs. ji. 168.

Haynes, john, arrives. iii. 134.

gn-
Haverhill, massachasetts, indian deed vernour of massachusetts. 147.

of, iv. 170. historical sketch of; v. 157. 159. reinoves to hartford.
river fishery. iv. 121. ponds, ii. 151. gives notice of indian
bridges, situation and aqueduct. hostilities; governour of connecti.
122. buildings, trade, inanufac. cut. vi. 447. 449. his exertions to
tures and ship building. 123. dis- bring about a confederation. 466.
tilleries. 124. schools and libia. vii. 129.
ry. 123. newspapers, fire club. Haynes, joseph, writes against rev.
126. indian wars and votes re- mr. bacheller. iv. 148.
specting the defence of the town. Haynes, deacon josiah. viii. 45.
127. attacked by indians. 128. Haynes, joshua. viii. 45.
130. meeting-house preserved by Hayward, dr. lemuel. i. 109.
mr. davis; sufferings by the great Hayward, thomas. vii. 138. 141. 147.
descent. 131. fort against in. 149. 151. 159.
dians, and historical dates. 132. Hayward, joseph. vii. 143. 149. 159.
votes an allowance for killing a Hayward, elisha. vii. 143. 149.
wolf.
133.

extracts from town Hayward, ansel. vii. 147.
records; throat distemperat; Hayward, lieutenant thomas. vii.
alms-house. 134. meeting-houses ; 149. 150.
dissentions ; petition to general Hayward, john. vii. 149. 150. 157.
court. 135 inhabitants ; eccle- Hayward, captain. vii. 157.
siastical history ; ministers and Hayward, nathaniel. vii. 157.
church gathered. 138. 142. pa Hayward, dorothy. vii, 159.
rishes. 147. 150 baptist church. Hayward, beza. vii. 160. 161. 170.
150. planted ; origin of name. v. Hayward, barzillai. vii. 169.
137. church gathered. vi. 416. Hayward, nathan. vii. 170.
being the 26th in massachusetts. Hayward, oliver. vii. 171.
viii. 1.

Hayward, james. viii. 45.
Haward, or howard. vii. 151.

Hazard, ebenezer, account of the
Haward, john. vii. 138. 147. 149. loganian library. ii. 269. remarks
151. 157. 159.

relating to the author of "a brief
Haward, ensign. vii. 144. 157.

view of religious liberty in new
Haward, ensign john. vii. 149. york." 270. letter correcting
150.

errours in rev. mr. schermerhorn's
Haward, james. vii. 149. 150.

report. iy. 65. quoted. vii. 77.
Haward, jonathan. vii..149. 150. viii. 167.
Haward, ephraim. vii. 150.

Hazard, brig. iv. 285.
Hawkes,
iv. 52.

Hazara's historical collections, refer-
Hawk's meadow brook. iv. 134.

red to. viii. 47.
Hawkins, thomas. vi. 495. builds a Hazzen, richard. iv. 127. 168.

ship of 400 tons at boston, 1645. vi. Heal, sir warwick, a patentee of new
524. 525.

england. v. 217.
Hawkins, william. ix. 170.

Heard, widow. x. 179.
Hawkins, benjamin. ii. 4.

Hearne,

maintains that adam
Hawkins, nathaniel. ii. 176. 180. was not created upright. vi. 337.
Hawkins, sir richard, a patentee of Hearne, the traveller. ii. 43. iii.
new england. v. 217.

180.
Hawley, rev. gideon, of mashpee. ii. Hearsey, william. vii. 123.

47. iii. 7-14. donation of his Heath, robert, a patentee of new eng.
church. ix. 163.

land. v. 217.
Hawley,
iv. 302.

Heath, william, of roxbury, sworn a
Hawthorne, captain. See hathorne. freeman. vü. P. 86.
Hayden, josiah. vii. 160.

Heath, -, merchant, of boston.
Hayes, elizabeth. x. 179.

ii. 104. 124.
Hayley, mrs.
x. 176.

Heath, joseph, his letter to governour
Hayley,
jii. 194.

shute, quoted. viii. 265.

X. 24.

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X. 176.

Heberden, dr. William. vii. 71. Hersey, abner. i. 116.
Hecatompolis of doctor cotton mather, Hersey, mrs. i. 116.
quoted. i. (xxvi.)

Hersey, william. vii. 120.
Heckewelder, rev. john, historical ac- Hewes, -, quarrel with ply-

count of indians referred to. ix. mouth people about cape ann.
225. 227. 232. 240. x. 98, et post 110.
129. 137. 150.

Hewes, john. iv. 239. 303.
Hector, ship. v. 241.

Hewes's cross brook. iv. 303.
Hedge, “a valiant, resolute Hewitt,

ji. 184. 185.
gentlemen. viii. 140.

Heydon, william. viij. 139.
Hedge, levi, professor, of harvard col- Hiacoomes, a christian indian. vi.
Tege. X. 191.

665.
Heidleburg, now new london, new Hibbins, william. iji. 285. iv. 110.
hampshire. viii. 175.

vi. 340. sent to england. 371.546.
Heister. i. 108.

574. x. 24.
Hell-gate, description of. vi. 670. Hibbins, mrs. hung as a witch. vi. .
Hemmenway, daniel. vii. 45.

574.
Hemp, abundant in massachusetts. Hicks, samuel. iv. 100.

vi. 36. at connecticut river, appa- Hicks, robert. iv. 249.
rently raised by indians, and indige- Hicks, daniel. iv. 241.

vii. P. 94. early in new Hicks, john. viii. 45.
england. ix. 19.

Hicks, mrs. ii. 116.
Hempstead plain. iii. 23.

Hide, richard. viii. 106.
Hempstead, long island. vi. 669. Hides, abundant in massachusetts. vii.
Henchman, rev. nathaniel, of lynn. 36.
viii. 176.

Higgins,

iv. 260.
Henderson, howard.

Higgins, joseph, joseph, jr. and chris-
Hendrick, a stockbridge indian. ii. 3. topher, of lyme, connecticut, their
Henley, col. david, account of his donation to boston during the port

trial. viii. 295. 296. anecdote of. bill. ix. 159.
297.

Higginson, rev. francis. ii. 71. jii.
Henley, samuel. ii. 178.

154. minister of leicester, england;
Henley, ezekiel. ii. 178.

silenced for nonconformity; arrives.
Henry viii. forbids the dedication of v. 112. 116. 119. 121. dies. 120.

churches, as productive of riots. 122. 181.
vii. P. 77.

Higginson, rev. john. i. 170. 204. bis
Herley, captain, with captain john character. ii. 117. 282. v. (iv.)

matthew, hobson, and sturton, and 251. viii. 111. 112.
epenow and manawet, two american High-gate. iji. 179.
indians, sent on discovery to new Hight, elizabeth.

X. 176.
england. ix. 5. attacked by in- Hildersham, rev. arthur, of ashby de
dians; expedition defeated. 5. 7. la zouch, a friend to massachusetts
Herrick, rev. jacob, of durham. iv. colony. v. 121. malleus brownis-
181.

tarum. 118. 121. vii. P. 12. no-
Herrick,

of salem. ii. 117. tice of; silenced; his motto. P. 53.
Herriman, john. x. 179.

his works esteemed in new england.
Herring, rev. dr. archbishop of canter- P. 54.

bury, a great and good man. ii. Hill, jacob. vii. 170.
200.

Hill, joseph. iv. 25. vii. 55.
Herring pond. iii. 15. 17. 176. 201. Hill, joseph, a benefactor of harvard
iv. 92.

college. ii. 108.
Herring wear. iii. 185.

Hill, ralph. ii. 162. iv. 76.
Herring brook. iv. 225. 526. Hill, ralph, jun. ii. 162.
Herring river. viii. 192.

Hill, jonathan. vii. 148. 150. 155.
Herrings on the coast of

Hiller,

iv. 260.
fact about. iv. 295.

Hilliard, rev. timothy, of cambridge,
Hersey, ezekiel. i. 116.

tutor. i. 231. x. 170.

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