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BELCHER (continued)

Billington, John (d. 1630), 364
Gov. Jonathan, son of Andrew Bills of credit, legislation concerning,
| (d. 1717), 63 m, 72 m, 73 7, 74, 75, 76, | 105 m

93 n. 94 n, 107, 110; commissioned, Bird, Rey. Samuel, temporary student
1730, 72; arrives and is sworn, 72, 73; at Harvard College, 276, 279
reported to have been knighted, 72 n- Bishop, Capt. Thomas, 86 n
73 n; his term of office, 74

- Townsend, 210
Belknap, Rev. Jeremy (d. 1798), toasts Blagden, Rev. George Washington (d.

in honor of, 311, 313, 315, 315 n, 322, 1884), gives Forefathers' Day ad-
325, 333, 337, 341; said to have as- dress, 387
sisted in private celebration of Fore- Blair, Thomas, his Some Short and
fathers' Day, 323, 341; reference to Easy Rules Teaching The true Pro-
his American Biography, 341 n;/ nunciation of the French Language,
quoted, 373

1720, 119 n, 216–217; teaches French
Bell, Thomas, temporary student at to Harvard students, 217–218, 231
Harvard College, 275, 279

Thomas (d. 1723), 218
Bellingham, Penelope (Pelham), wife of | -- infrequency of the name in New
Gov. Richard, death of, 53 n

England before 1800, 218 n
— Gov. Richard, 116; Overseer of BLAKE, FRANCIS, A.M., death of, an-
Harvard College, 124, 125

nounced, 143, 144
Bellomont, Earl of. See Coote, Richard Bland, Col. — guest of Washington,
Bemis, Anna. See Richardson

200, 201 .
- Hannah. See Richardson

Blasphemy, law concerning, 1642, 117
Bennet, temporary student at Blathwayt, William (d. 1717), 30, 40 n,
Harvard College, 275, 279

42 n; letters of Isaac Addington to,
Spencer. See Phips, Spencer 205–207
Bent, Elijah, temporary student at Har- Blathwayt Papers, 114
vard College, 276, 279

Bloxham, James, Washington's over-
Berkshires, land sales in, 267

seer, 175, 175 n
Bernard, John (d. 1828), actor, 342 n; Blye, - , temporary student at Har-

sings at Forefathers' Day entertain vard College, 274, 279
ment, 342

Blyth, Stephen Cleveland, temporary
- Gov. Sir Francis, 82 n, 83 n, 95, student at Harvard College, 277, 279
107, 108, 110; commissioned, 1760, Boardman, Eliza Henderson. See Otis
1761, 82, 84 n; arrives and is sworn, Boaz and Jachin, R. T. Paine's refer-
82-83; leaves, 1769, 84, 84 n

ence to, 337, 338, 339
--- Shute (d. 1768), son of Sir Francis, Body of Liberties, 116, 118 n; first

temporary student at Harvard Col-printed, 116 n
lege, 277, 279

| Bonaparte. See Napoleon I
- Thomas, master of the North Bond, Joseph (d. 1781), temporary
Grammar School, Boston, 220

student at Harvard College, 277, 279
Beverley, Robert (d. 1716), 252

- William (d. 1697), 18
BIGELOW, MELVILLE Madison, LL.D., Borland, James, son of John (d. 1775),

appointed on committee to nominate temporary student at Harvard Col-
candidates for office, 123; appointed lege, 277, 279
to editorship of the Massachusetts John (d. 1775), temporary student
Province Laws, 401

at Harvard College, 276, 279
- Dr. William Sturgis, 149

- Leonard Vassall (d. 1801), son of
Billerica, frontier town, 253

John (d. 1775), temporary student at
BILLINGS, JOHN SHAW, D.C.L., death of, Harvard College, 277, 279
announced, 123, 143, 145

Boston, surrender of fortifications of,
Josh. See Shaw, Henry Wheeler demanded by Gov. Andros, 14, 16,

William (Y. C. 1765), temporary 17; society in, 1817, 156, 157; pro-
student at Harvard College, 276, cession held in, to celebrate ratifica-
279

tion of Federal Constitution, 314 n

ers, 383 n

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Boston (continued)

BRADFORD (continued)
Columbian and City Museum, 300; toasts in honor of, 313, 324, 325;
349 n

references to his History, 355 n, 356;
Concert Hall, references to gather quoted, on name Puritans, 377 n;
ings held in, 311 n, 323, 324, 330, 332, concerned in legislation against Quak-
341; called Faction Hall, 340

Court House, illuminated, 83 n William (d. 1704), Deputy-Gov-
Exchange Coffee House, 349 n ernor of Plymouth Colony, son of

First Church, vesper service of, Gov. William (d. 1657), 29 n, 46;
commemorating the Thursday Lec Councillor, 32, 35, 36; death of, 36 n
ture, 215

Bradstreet, Dudley, son of Gov. Simon,
· French Club, about 1728, 220-221 18, 37 n; nominated Councillor, 30;

French Protestant Church, 120 declines to serve, 31, 32, 37, 37 n
Heart and Crown, 234

Dudley Story (H. C. 1792), 285 n
Old South Church, its ownership Gov. Simon, 3, 3 n, 4 n, 6 n, 16,
of the Prince Library, 122

17, 21, 23, 24, 24 n, 37 n, 48 n, 263,
Province House, 66

336, 341, 346; chosen Governor,
· Public Library, its custodianship 1686, 4; President of Council, 1689,
of the Prince Library, 122

17, 23, 28; sworn Governor, 1689,
South Grammar School, 232 n 25–26; chosen and sworn Governor,
Boston News Letter, error in, 102 n 1690, 27; 1691, 1692, 28; nominated
Boston Pilgrim Society, 313, 313 n member of Dudley's Council, 30; de-
Boston Theatre, opening of, 342 n clincs to serve, 31, 32, 37, 37 n; Coun-
Bounties, for Indian scalps, 255, 256 n cillor under Province Charter, 35;
Bourne, Ezra (d. 1736), temporary death of, 37 n

student at Harvard College, 276, 279 Braintree, Mendon settled by people
Boutineau, James, G6

from, 264
Bowdoin, Gov. James, 87, 313, 313 n; Braintree, Duke of, J. Adams so called,
with J. Adams, prepares report on

335 n
land claims, 122

Braintree Lion, J. Adams so called, 335
Bowe, Caven, indentured servant of Braman, Thomas, temporary student
Washington, 178

at Harvard College, 278, 279
Bowen, a guest of Washington, Brattle, Thomas (d. 1683), grant of
165

land to, 264
CLARENCE WINTHROP, Ph.D., reads William (d. 1775), 79, 86
paper on Gov. J. Winthrop, Jr., 160 | Brazer, Rev. John, 386 n

William (Y. C. 1766), temporary Brazier. See Brazer
student at Harvard College, 276, 279 Breck, Samuel (d. 1862), delivers Fore-
Bowers, Jeremiah (d. 1795), temporary fathers' Day address, 351 n

student at Harvard College, 278, 279 Brenley. See Brinley
Bowes, John Hancock, temporary stu- Brenton, Jahleel (d. 1732), 48

dent at Harvard College, 277, 279 Brewer, Francis, temporary student at
Bowman, George Ernest, 295 n

Harvard College, 277, 279
William, temporary student at Thomas, manages Pilgrim press at
Harvard College, 278, 279

Leyden, 329 n, 384 n
Boydell, John (d. 1739), 68 n, 70 n Brewster, William (d. 1644), 210, 300 n,
Brackett, Ebenezer, temporary student 332, 337 n, 341 n, 346, 384 n; toasts
at Harvard College, 277, 279

in honor of, 324, 337, 340
Bradford, temporary student at Bridge, Benjamin, Boston, 223
Harvard College, 274, 279

Richard Perkins, temporary stu-
Alden (d. 1843), gives Forefathers' dent at Harvard College, 277, 279
Day address, 386, 386 n, 387

Robert, temporary student at Har-
William (d. 1657), Governor of vard College, 276, 279
Plymouth Colony, 325 n, 332, 341 n, Brigham, , temporary student at
346, 359, 361 n, 370, 392; his chair, Harvard College, 274, 279

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BRIGHAM (continued)

| BROWNE (continued)
CLARENCE SAUNDERS, A.M., 119; 1 - Mary (Burnet), wife of William
exhibits copy of Some Observations (d. 1763), 221, 221 , 222
upon the French Tongue, 1724, 118 William (d. 1716), 15 n, 16, 16 m,
- Dr. Edwin Howard, 330 n

31, 32, 33; Councillor, 17, 34, 35, 37;
- Elijah (d. 1816), 336, 336 n

death of, 37 n.
- Francis (d. 1796), son of Caleb - William (d. 1763), son of Samuel
(d. 1829), temporary student at Har (d. 1731), son of William (d. 1716),
vard College, 278, 279

221 n, 222 n
- John Winslow, son of Winslow, William (d. 1802). 96

temporary student at Harvard Col- Brownists, 329 n, 374, 377 n, 379
lege, 278, 279

Bryant, James, temporary student at
Brimmer, Martin, vice-president at Harvard College, 277, 279

Forefathers' Day celebrations, 334, Buckley (Buckly, Bulkeley). See Bulk.

336, 340
Brimsmead, Rev. William (d. 1701), Bucknam, Nathan, son of Rev. Nathan

temporary student at Harvard Col (H. C. 1721), temporary student at
lege, 274, 279

Harvard College, 276, 279
Brinley, Francis, 33

Bulkley, temporary student at
Broadstreet. See Bradstreet

Harvard College, 275, 279
Brockholes, Anthony, Councillor, 35, — Peter (d. 1688), 111, 114; Coun-
37, 37 n, 42 n, 43 n

cillor, 30, 32, 35, 37, 37 n; death of,
Brockholt. See Brockholes

37 n; chosen agent of the Bay Colony,
Brodbelt, John, temporary student at 1676, 114
Harvard College, 276, 279

Bullivant, Dr. Benjamin, 14 n, 49
Bromfield, Edward (d. 1734), 59 Bullock, Gov. Alexander Hamilton, 394
- Elizabeth. See Rogers

- AUGUSTUS GEORGE, A.M., 149,
- Henry (d. 1716), son of Edward | 292
(d. 1734), temporary student at Har- Burges, Gov. Elizeus, 53 n, 62, 92, 92 n,
vard College, 275, 279

100, 106, 108, 109, 154; notice of,
Brookes, temporary student at 60 n; quoted, 100 n; commissioned,
Harvard College, 274, 279

1715, 60, 62; letters from, 61, 100 m;
Brookfield, frontier town, 253

rumors of his coming, 62, 62 n; re-
Brother, eighteenth-century usage of the signs, 1716, 62, 63 n
word, 120 n

Burgoyne, Gen. John, 334
Brown, Horatio Forbes, 60 n

Burnaby, Rev. Andrew, quotation from
- William. See Browne

his Travels, 242, 243 n
Browne, Capt. — 10 n .

Burnet, Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury,
- Arthur, temporary student at Har- 222 n
vard College, 277, 279

- Gilbert, son of Gov. William, 221,
Benjamin (d. 1708), brother of 222 n
William (d. 1716), perhaps a tempo- — Mary, daughter of Gov. William.
rary student at Harvard College, See Browne
285 n

- Mary (Stanhope), first wife of Gov.
- Benjamin, son of Samuel (d. 1731), William, 221 n–222 n
son of William (d. 1716), temporary - Mary (Vanhorne), second wife of
student at Harvard College, 275, 279 Gov. William, 221 n-222 n
- Charles Farrar (Artemus Ward), Richard, 175
his sound system of spelling, 372 n - Thomas, son of Gov. William,

Felicia Dorothea. See Hemans | 222 n
- Harriet, sister of Felicia Dorothea, — Gov. William (d. 1729), son of
sets to music Mrs. Hemans's Landing Bishop Gilbert, 107, 108, 109, 220,
of the Pilgrim Fathers, 352 n

222 n; sworn, 1728, 70; death of,
John, temporary student at Har 1729, 71, 71 n, 221, 221 n; his family,
vard College, 276, 279

221 n-222 n

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BURNET (continued)

CAMPBELL (continued)
-Rev. William (d. 1755), son of Gov. Capt. James, 80 n
William, 221, 221 n; birth of, 222 n John, fourth Earl of Loudoun, 80 n
Burr, Aaron (d. 1836), 333 n

Canada, conflict of New York and New
Burrill, John (d. 1721), 65, 65 n

England with, 254, 261-262, 262 n
Burrington, Capt. Thomas, 52 n, 53 n Cannon, Capt. a guest of Wash-
Butler, Rev. James Davie (d. 1905), ington, 202
quoted, 354 n

Canonicus, an Indian, his challenge to
Byfield, Nathaniel (d. 1733), 49, 54, 62, the settlers of Plymouth, 325, 325 n
69 n, 72

Cape Cod Pilgrim Memorial Associa-
Byles, Rev. Mather (d. 1788), possibly tion, laying of corner-stone of monu-

the author of The Indictment and ment at Provincetown under auspices
Tryal of Sir Richard Rum, 239; his of, 293
New England Hymn, 303

Carleton, Sir Dudley, Viscount Dor-
Byrd, William (d. 1704), 252

chester, quoted, 329 n
Carlisle, Earl of. See Howard, Charles

Carlyle, Col. John, 164
САвот,

George (d. 1823), 334, 336; Carmarthen, Marquis of.. See Osborne,
temporary student at Harvard Col Sir Thomas
lege, 272, 277, 279

Carr, Sir Robert, with other commis-
Henry, temporary student at Har sioners, desires map of the Bay
vard College, 278, 279

Colony to be made, 114-115
Joseph, temporary student at Har- Carter, Col. Charles, 166
vard College, 276, 279

William, 170
Louis, A.B., death of, announced, Cartwright, George, with other com-
161, 286

missioners, desires map of the Bay
Cadets, First Corps of, Massachu Colony to be made, 114-115
setts Volunteer Militia, 77, 82 n, 83 Carver, John, Governor of Plymouth

Colony, 327, 332, 341 n, 342 n, 343 n,
Callahan, Capt. John, 86 n

361 n; toasts in honor of, 300, 313,
Calvert, of Maryland, a guest at 324, 350
Mount Vernon, 200

Cary, Col. Archibald, 166
Eleanor. See Custis; Stuart Cass, Lewis (d. 1866), delivers Fore-

Leonard (d. 1647), his colony in fathers' Day address, 351 n; quoted,
Maryland, 371

on the Pilgrims, 374
Cambridge, printing-office established Catechisms: Hugh Peters's Milk for

in, 131-132; first record of money Babes, 126, 127, 128; Westminster
voted for support of schools in, 1648, Assembly's Longer and Shorter, 126
133; the "faire grammar schoole,” Cavaliers, 129
134, 135; first building erected by Central Village, Westport, monument to
citizens for a grammar school, 135; be erected in, to Paul Cuffee, 1
contract for, 135–137; purchase of, Chamberlain, Henry Vassall, temporary
by town, 1656, 137; rebuilding of, student at Harvard College, 278, 279
138; demolition of, and building of Hon. Joshua LAWRENCE, LL.D.,
new house, 138; occasional grants death of, announced, 161, 286
toward E. Corlet's salary, 139; Champernoon, Francis (d. 1687), 37 n;
synod at, 246

nominated Councillor, 30; unable to
First Church, 366 n; accounts of, serve, 31, 32, 37, 37 n
offered for publication, 249

Champney, Richard, 132
Cambridge, Eng., University of, gradu-Chancery Petty Bag, 46 n

ates of, in colonial days in Massa- Chandler, John (d. 1743), 67
chusetts, 210, 211

John (d. 1762), son of John (d.
Cambridge Press. See Day, Stephen 1743), 79, 80
Campbell, , temporary student at Joseph Ripley (d. 1880), 372 n;
Harvard College, 277, 279

quoted, 372

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CHANDLER (continued)

Clam-Eaters, The modern, satiries)
Samuel (d. 1813), son of John (d.
1800), son of John (d. 1762), temporary Clap, Roger, 361 n

student at Harvard College, 277, 279 Thomas (d. 1774), 81
CHANNING, EDWARD, Ph.D., 292 Clark, Atherton, temporary student at

William Ellery (d. 1842), his Harvard College, 275, 250
anecdote of Mrs. Hemans, 352 n

John (d. 1728), 59; a proprietor of
CHAPMAN, HENRY LELAND, LL.D., Leicester, 266

death of, announced, 143, 144-145 Clark's Island, Plymouth Harbor, led-
Chardon, Peter (d. 1775), 220, 220 n ing of Pilgrims on, 297 n, 388 72-399 $

Peter (d. 1767), son Peter (d. Clarke,
1775), 220 n

Nathaniel (d. 1717), 15 n; Coun-
Charitable Fire Society. See Massa cillor, 32, 37
chusetts Charitable Fire Society

Dep.-Sec. Thomas (d. 1760), sp-
Charles I, King of England, 3, 110, 129, pointed Clerk of His Viajesty's

Council, 104, 104 n
Charles II, King of England, 6, 10, 10 n, Walter (d. 1714), 32, 35; Coun-

11, 11 n, 48, 69, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 111, cillor, 32, 37; death of, 37 n, 38 a
114, 115, 366 n

William, temporary student at
Charlestown, invites settlers, 247

Harvard College, 276, 280
Chase, Judge Samuel (d. 1811), refer- Cleaveland, Rev. Nehemiah (d. 1877},

ence to impeachment of, 316, 316 n 374 n
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 207 n

Clinton, Lady Arbella, daughter of
Checkley, John, 70 n

Thomas. See Johnson
Cheeshahteaumuck, an Indian, gradu Thomas (alias Fiennes), third Earl
• ates at Harvard College, 274 n

of Lincoln, 322 n
Cheever, Ezekiel (d. 1708), a founder of Clough, SAMUEL CHESTER, 145

New Haven, 247; schoolmaster in Cobb, Rev. Alvan (d. 1861), preaches
Boston, 248

Forefathers' Day sermon, 386, 388,
Ezekiel (d. 1770), 80

388 n
Chelmsford, frontier town, 253

Cobham, Lord. See Temple, Sir Rich-
Cheney, John, temporary student at ard
Harvard College, 275, 279

Codman, James MacMaster (H. C.
Chester, Rev. John, quoted, 373

1851), 404
Chichester, 188

Rev. John (d. 1847), preaches Fore-
Chickatawbut, an Indian, 342 n

fathers' Day sermon, 386, 386 n, 383
Chickering, ; temporary student Coffin, Peleg, vice-president at Fore-
at Harvard College, 274, 279

fathers' Day celebrations, 330, 334,
Child, Maj. John, his New-England's 336, 340, 341
Jonas, 116, 116 n

Coggeshall, John (d. 1647), President
Childs, Timothy (d. 1821), temporary of Rhode Island, 38 n

student at Harvard College, 277, 280 John (d. 1708), son of John (d.
Chilton, Mary, not the first to land on 1647), Councillor, 32, 35, 38, 38 n
Plymouth Rock, 297 n

Co-habitations, frontier towns so called
Chipman, John (d. 1761), son of Rev. in Virginia, 252; statute concerning,

John (H. C. 1738), temporary student 252

at Harvard College, 276, 280 Coke, Sir Edward (d. 1634), quoted, 332
Choate, Rufus (d. 1859), quoted, on the Colchester, Conn., frontier town, 253
Pilgrims, 374

Colden, Cadwallader, Lieut.-Gov. of
Chowder, 315 n; toast in honor of, 315 New York, 155
Christmas celebration, Concord, 1793, Collier, Gershom, temporary student
369

at Harvard College, 275, 280
Church, Dr. Benjamin (d. 1776), 328 n Colman, Samuel (d. 1810), temporary
Churches of the Bay Colony, establish student at Harvard College, 277,
ment of, 208

280

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